The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, July 13, 1935, Page EIGHT, Image 8
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Every Day is Bargain Day Here Duffy Pharmacy We. 0609 24th and LAKE STREETS PRESCRIPTIONS Free Delivery THOMAS SHOE REPAIR SHOP First Class Material Satisfaction Guaranteed 1415 No. 24th St. Omaha, Neb. WEB 5666 HARRIS’ GROCERY 2639 Franklin Street We Specialize in Fresh Vegetables and Meats We Appreciate your Patronage. NORTH SIDE TRANSFER Long Distance Hauling Moving and Storage Phone WE 5656 2414 Grant St. SPECIAL GET ACQUAINTED OFFER Siam poo. Press with Finger or Marcel_$1 25 Homer McCraney’s BEAUTY SALON Two Poore South of Ritz PROGRESSIVE TAILORS John Hall, Prop. Cleaning and Pressing Neatly Done W'e Call For and Deliver ' 2124 North 24th Street Omaha WHITES SERVICE STATION Standard Oil Products We repair tire* WHITE A NEWTON 24th and Grace St. JA. 8964 All Work Guaranteed IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL MAYO S BARBER SHOP Ladies' and Childrens Work A Specialty. 2422 Lake Street. JESSIE S ORIENTAL TAVERN. The Place Where Good Fellows GREGG WILLIAMS AND HIS FINE BAND 2525 Erskme St. WE-5758 MRS RANDLES Home Made Candy Pop Com Carmel Com and ICE CREAM. 2510 N. 24th St. Omaha, Neb. Sponsored and Supported by Public Spirted Northside Business Men for the Purpose of Creating Better Understanding Between Merchants and Consumers an dfor the Purpose of Bringing Dircetly to You the Latest Price Quotations Do You Want Naturally Wavy Hair? Try Our CROQUINGNOLE MARCEL WAVE Affords Numerous Changes of Coiffure. CHRISTINE ALTHOUSE BEAUTY SALON 2422 N. 22—WE. 0846 WHY WANT TAILORED CLOTHES (Suits A Specialty, $4.95) At Expensive Prices When You Can Buy Them Cheaply At The ARCHWAY SEWING ROOM 1322% N. 24th Street C H HALL EXPRESS PHONE JA 8585 RES WE-1056 WE MOVE WITH CARE Office: 14®5 N 24th St. Omaha, SWANSON Plumbing Co. Plumbing—Heating and Repairing. 1918 Cuming St. E. A. Backlund, Mgr. Phone JA-3434 Night JA-4356 HERMAN'S MARKET WE-5444 24th and Lake Sts. The Best Quality Food at the Very Lowest Prices WE DELIVER -- MYERS FUNERAL HOME Dignified, Efficient Supervision Nothing Over-Or Undone 2416 N. 22 St. WE 0248 «./ TUCHMAN BROS ■ The North-Side’s Largest “Food Market.” Lowest Prices on Quality Foods WE-0402 24th and LAKE CRISP FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY WE NOW FILL GOVERNMENT RELIEF ORDERS LET US HELP YOU SELECT FOODS FOR YOUR PICNICS, LUNCHES, AND DINNERS Get Your Relief Orders Filled at a Store That Carries the Largest Line of Fruits and Babv Beef at Popular Prices. '"•n •* >»»"■"" — - —. — — —1 - -II—I.—.. III.III. v Grant Street Pharmacy PHONE WEbster 6100 Registered Pharmacist Prompt Delivery PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED MIDAS ICE CREAM Flavor—Quality Always P. J. Robinson, MgT. 24th and Grant Streets Omaha, Nebr. Paddock Believes Peacock Is Best Long Beach, Cal., July 11,— Charles W. Paddock, who once held most of the sprint records, sees only Eulace Peacock of Temple as a sure bet to defend dash honors for the United States at the 1936 Olympiad. “I can see only Peacock as a cer tain performer at Berlin,” said Pad dock. “Pm afraid Ralph Metcalfe can’t hold up another year with that bad leg and I can’t help feeling Jesse Owens is pretty much burned out. “If Owens were to specialize on the 220-yard dash and leave the 100 and the low hurdles alone, he might figure. Certainly he can’t continue to run in three events and broad jump and make the grade. The Ohio State Boy is far too slow off the marks to do much good in the 100. I Illinois Approves Louis’ Next Bout Chicago, 111., July 11,—The Illinois state athletic commission Monday placed its approval on the date, site and price of tickets for the Joe Louis King Levinsky heavyweight fight scheduled for the night of August 7 at Comiskey park. Promoter Joe Foley posted a 20 thousand-dollar bond with the com mission, binding the match. Inas much as the commission demands a bond of 10 per cent of the antici pated gate receipts, it is evident that the ring board will expect the fight to draw at least 200 thousand dol lars. The ticket prices ranged from i $10 downward for ringside seats. ] /Joseph Triner, chairman of the commission notified Freddie Miller of Cincinnati, recognized as world’s featherweight champion, that if he failed to defend his title within 60 days it will be declared vacated. TOOK OFF 17 LBS. OF HOLY FAT HEEDED DOCTOR’S ADVICE Mrs. Robert Hickey, Roseville, calif., writes: “My doctor prescribed 1 Kruschen Salts for me—he said they wouldn't hurt me in the least. I’ve lost 17 lbs. in 6 weeks. Kruschen is worth its weight in gold.” Mrs. Hickey paid no attention to gossipers who said there was no safe way to reduce. She wisely fol YOU? hCr d0Ct0r s advice- Why don't Get a. jar of Kruschen to-day (lasts «,J!Sekf and costs but a trifle), dimply take half teaspoonful in cup i£uggLtaater every morning- ah TIRED, WORN OUT, NO AMBITION O W many women are just dragging them selves around, all tired out with peri odic weakness and pain? They should know that Lydia E. Pinkham’s Tab lets relieve peri odic pains ana dis comfort. Small size only 2 5 cents. • Mrs. Dorsie Williams of Danville, Illinois, says, “I had no ambition and was terribly nervous. Your Tab lets helped my periods and built me up.” Try them next month. ALWAYS ASK FOR FORBES’ BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR GROCER 2711 North 24th St. Compliments of MONTGOMERY CROCERY We carry a full line of groceries and Fresh Vegetables. Give us a Trial. 2531 Lake St. We. 0226 LOOK! WITH EACH OIL CHANGE WE GIVE A COMPLETE GREASE JOB No Extra Charge 24 HOUR TOW IN AND REPAIR SERVICE Walker Garage No. 5 24 and Lake Sts. Tel JA-7086 i A New Service The Omaha Guide wishes to an nounce a new service for its readers. Mr. Morris McGee, who just finished high school with a high rating, is now employed as a news solicitor for the Omaha Guide. If he calls at your door, please ex tend the courtesy of giving him your personal local news. This young man is desirous of finishing his education as a civil engineer. With your coop era ton, he can attend the Omaha University, and earn his school ex penses in this new position in which we have placed him. We are indeed happy to have this young man join our force- He is a product of Omaha, born, reared and educated here and is the son of Rev. and Mrs* E. Z. McGee. Tram Strikers Seen Cochran Thursday A committee representing the trarq strikers went to Lincoln Thursday to see Governor Cochran before a nnouncing what their next step would be in the seniority im passee. They have a date with the Governor at 4 p. m. Heading the delegation were H. N. Nelson, president of the strikers’ union, and Ernest Bowerman, strik ers’ representative on the arbitration board. Jail Term For ‘Mother’ Bloor Lilncoln, Neb., July 10—The Ne braska supreme court today affirmed the Sherman county district court conviction of “Mother” Ella Bloor and six others for unlawful assembly at Loup City in connection with a chick en pickers strike, jJune 14, 1934. The court held that when three or i more persons assemble to do any un-1 lawful act with force or violence, the offense is unlawful assembly. On that ground the sentence of 30 days in jail and a $100 fine were upheld. All of the defendants—Mother Bloor, Harry McDonald, Carl Wick lund, Portius Sell, John Squires, Flcyd booth and Mrs, Floyd Booth— were held to be principals in the Loup City riot. “The assembly was proved beyond question,” Judge Rose’s opinion said. The defendants had claimed the trial court confused riot and unlawful assembly, but the high court said the two things might be charged in the ,same complaint. Seeks to Force House Vote on Vet’s Bonus Washington, D. C., |July 10—A pe tition to force a house vote on his [resolution to pay the two billion dol lar soldiers’ bonus out of the four bil lion dollar works fund was filed today by Representative Fish (rep., N. Y ) Two hundred and sixteen members must sign the petition to obtain a vote. Man Killed By Policeman — Minneapolis, July 10—Patrolman' Barney Wynne last night shot and killed an unidentified man the officer had been called to question as a sus picious character. A cab driver who called the patrol man said the dead man had drawn a pistol and chased a youth into a tav ern. A scuffle resulted when Wynne questioned the man. Reports to po lice were Wynne fired when the man pointed his gun at the patrolman. — NEW ARCHBISHOP Portrait of Msgr. Arthur Hins ley who has been made archbishop of Westminster to succeed the late Cardinal Bourne. RECORD BASS CATCH Wilbur White, weighing tht world's record white sen bass which he caught at Santa Catnlina island It tipped the scale at 5.’% pounds. MORE JOBS The easiest way to prevent unemploy ment is to create jobs. This Community offers a great variety of employment op portunities. When you patronize your community merchants wholeheartedly, you increase their volume and make it possible for them to give all the mem bers of this neighborhood additional em ployment. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART “Keep Cool” Wash Suits Properly Laundered SEER-SUCKER. 50c LINEN AND PALM BEACH.75c 10% Discount Cash and Carry EMERSON LAUNDRY and ZORIC DRY CLEANERS 2324 North 24th Street WEbster 1029 HELPING ETHIOPIA Pitman Benjamin Potter. Ameri can educator, is representing Ethi opia on the arbitration commissio* that is trying to settle peacefully the dispute between Ethiopia anf Italy. PADRE OF THE ROSES Rev. Father George SI. A. Schoo ner of Santa Barbara. Calif., a mild mannered little man, is known as the “Padre of the Roses.” Through out the world he is recognized as an- outstanding genius in rose cul ture. and before long he will dis play to the public some of the prod ucts of his experiments. TOMMY COMES B \CK Tommy Loughran, former world’* light heavyweight champion, long absent from the prize ring of the United States, has arrived from South America where he won * number of fights. He hopes to meet the heavyweight champion once more. SETS WORLD RECORD Helen Stephens, twenty year-old track stnr of Fulton. Mo., running at Kansas City, bettered by two tenths of a second the world IPO meter dash record for women, which had been held h.v Stella Walsh, Miss Stephens run the dis tance in the remarkable time of 11.0 •ecouds.