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ROW OYER STREET CAR FARE
Des Moines Citizens Plan Mass Meet
in? to Protest on Baise.
UTTEEUBBAN SLOW WITH MILK
Protest to Railroad Communion Over
Method of Transportation In
lorn Tramlilrrii Ir-
lil Mild Inrrrmr.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. April 2 (Special Trle
aram.) It In probnble that within a few
days a niaan meeting of citizens will be
hold to protest against the action of the
local street car company in rutting the
privilege of buying nix street, par tickets
for a quarter. Ieadln citizens today an
nounced their determination to force the
matter to an Issue and to call an Indigna
tion meeting. The incident, which no closely
followed the city election and Is known to
have political bearing, ha a alxo started
reports that the various suits against the
company for vacation of the streets will
now be pushed in court.
Sweet Milk as Frrlsut.
The State Railroad commission today re
ceived from. the. Beatrice Creamery com
pany a complaint that on the interurban
roads In lowa anil especially the ones lead
ing to Des Moines ho express cars are run,
but that the handling of Kwoet milk Is done
an fitlght and on very tlow time. The
company claims that ther Is no place elsa
In the country where sweet milk Is handled
Kmployu's of teamitcrs are , organizing
tuday to oppose the demands of the team
Hevs' untnn for an increase of 50 cents per
t'ay, from t'- per day to $4.M. The teamsters
rave uotioe that yesterday tha new wage
n'ulc stu.iiiit take effect. ' But the em
ployer have , Ignored the notice In many
:.:?t rv.s. ' . .
M reti Karrr'a Heslilenve.
As bs.'s for adjustrrwnt of tha difficulty
b'tf .v n the finance commltee of the fctato
H isrd of lCdicHtioti and the state executive
iuiimil nvi r what coni'tllutes "txpenses,"
Ti e Siai Hoard nt Kducutlon has held
i' at 'ft- v July 1, (he residence of Secre-
niy ':m Krrnry.be In Des Moines. I
""Iv.i ixctitlve cruncl. held up the expense'
A. i. .. 0..-at hair store, hair la our business, and ;hag been for twenty
' salt's, buih In Omaha and by mail, are bo great that we are able to buy
1 r n ttv best, roods at the lowest prices paid by any dealer tn Omaha.
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hair, strliily A-l quality; regular price
18.00 On sal tomorrow, at .
18-iuch strictly 1st quality French hair
110.00 value, at
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12 00 value, at
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We use the famous E. Burnam goods
exclusively and have an Eastern expert -in
charge of our department for Manicuring,
HairUresslng, Shampooing, Beauty Maasagos,
etc. Our line of Hair Goods Is very large and
Millinery and Ileauty Parlors.
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accounts of the finance committee mem
bers because they Included Items of ex
pense Incurred by trips to Des Moines. It
was the opinion of members of the coun
cil that the.e expenses should not be paid,
for tho same reason that the expense of
other state officers In Des Moinea are not
LOWER GAS FOR MAItSHAllTOWN
Council Passes Ordinance Reducing;
Rate to Dollar n Thonsond.
MARSHALLTOWN, la.. April J. (Spe
cial.) The Hull ordinance, which pro
vides for $1 gas January 1, 1911, and
makes sweeping reductions In the rates
the Marshalltown Light, Power and Rail
way -company have charged for electric
light and power, was passed by tho city
cooncll at Its meeting today. Four of
the seven counollmen notified Jones &
Hovey that unless they would consent
to the city choosing expert accountants
and turning them loose on the company's
books they would vote for the ordinance.
No revly was received from the owners
of the public utilities and tha passage
of the ordinance was the result. There
Is reason to believe that Mayor O. L.
Ingledue will probably veto the ordi
nance. Mnety-XIne Years Old.
GUINNELU la.. April 2. (Special.)
John T. RoHe of Montezuma yesterday cel
ebrated his 9flth birthday. He Is the old
est person la the couity since the death
of Mrs. Verbeck of this city, who was his
se:.lor by almost a year. Mr. Rose was
born In Sullivan county, New York, came
to Newton, la.. In 18f5, spent four years
there and then lived for nine years In
Henry county, Illinois; returned to Iowa
In IStiS and bought a farm near Monte
zuma, where he has since lived up to the
last few years. He was active In manual
labor until paut 96. In his younger days
he was an expert woodsman and raftsman
and Is proud of the fact that he never
lost a raft.
How to tilve Advlre.
A man takes contradiction and advice
much more easily than people think, only
he will not bear It when violently given,
even though It be well founded. Hearts
are flowers; they remain open to the aoftly
falling dew, but shut up In tha violent
downpour of rain.
Chamberlain's c-L.ugri Remedy Is a medi
cine of great worth and merit. Try It when
you have a cold.
Unmatchablo Prices' and Unmatchable Quality
pure convent cut
80 and 36-lnch Wavy
7 . $7.50
36-lnch Coronet Braid: strictly A-l quality
at from $10.00 down to
tt and 24-inch SprlnkleJ r.ay Hair
from $10.00 Uowu to
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TOPICS OF THE DAK OF REST
Bev. Charles Stelzle Will Discuss
Church and Labor.
SPECIAL SERMONS IN SONGS
Strlklnar Mnslcnl Proa ram for First
Methodist Miss I lark Returns
to Mac at First
"Tha Relation Between the Church and
Labor" will be dlscused by Rev. Charles
Btelsle of New York, superintendent of the
Presbyterian department of church and
labor, at a meeting to be held al .he Audi
torium this afteroon at S o"clock. He
la to deliver auother address Monday even
ing at the Toung Men's Christian associa
tion on "VVorklngmen and Their Condi
tions." deorge F. Gtlmore, president of the
Young Men's Christian association, is to
preside at the meeting held Sunday after
noon. The labor organizations of Omaha
and South Omaha, officers of the Church
federation and directors and officials of the
Young Men'a "Christian association have
been Invited, the Invitations meeting with a
Tha doors of the Auditorium will be
opened at S o'clock and from 3 to 1:30 an
orchestra fi;om the Omaha Muflcal asHoola
tlon, under "the direction of R. Olson, will
furnish a musical program.
Mr. Stelzle will arrive in Omaha at S
o'clock this morning over the Burling
ton from a lecturing tour through Illinois.
Rev. Mr. Stelzle has but recently returned
from a tour through Europe, where he In
vestigated the condition of the working
men and reported his observations to the
American Church federation.
The morning service at the First Metho
dist church will be devoted to the adminis
tration of the Sacrament of tha Lord's
Supper and the reoeptlon of members. At
the evening service the pastor, Rev. Frank
L. I,oveland, D. D., will begin a series
of Sunday evening song-sermons, assisted
by Mr. Kelly and the vested choir, The
subject of the first song-sermon IB "Tha
Ancient Hymnology of the Church" from
Jubal Cain to the liernards. The choir will
Illustrate the sermon with the anelont
April 5 "The Ancient Hymuology of the
Church" from Jubal Cain to Bernard
lxCluny, with choral Illustrations.
April 10 "Hymns of the cerman and Eng
liNii Keiormatloiis." Hie grandeur of me
battle hymns of faith, with choral Illustra
tions. April 17 "The Royal Hymn Writers of
the Victorian Kra." The splendor of mod
ern hvninology, with choral Illustrations.
April 24 "The Hymnology of the Poets.
The gospel in literature; nymns that touch
the heart and inspire the life, with choral
Following the aeries of special musical at
tractlona being given each Sunday at the
First Baptist church Sunday school. Miss
Ella Clark will sing at the opening exer
cises of the school on Sunday morning.
Miss Clark has recently returned from her
studies at the Boston Conservatory of
Tho officers of the school extend an Invi
tation to attend this service. The school is
The pastor of the United Brethren church
will preach a series of sermons, beginning
Sunday evening, April 3, on "The Old and
the New Acts of the Apostles." The ser
mons will be based on the book of the
Acts, and will point out the differences
and similarities of the esrly church with
the modern. The aim will be to brush aside
a mass of dogma and form, with a purpose
to rediscover the real essentials of belief,
conduct and polity necessary to carrying
on Christian work successfully.
A reception was given on Thursday
night, March 81, by Grace Lutheran church,
for twenty-six new members received Into
the church. Many mi mbers and friends
of the church enjoyed the social event. Ice
cream and cake were served and an in
formal program of Instrumental and social
music added much to the pleasure of the
evening. The Easter communion of the
church was the largest in its history, as
was also the offering and the general in
terest taken in tfie service, the floral
decorations being beautiful.
The Men's Brotherhood of tho North Side
Christian church will hold Its first meeting
in April In the Plymouth Congregational
church Tuesday evening, April S, and will
have for a general topic, "la the Church a
Necessity?" The program will consist Cf
several short talks by members, and a de
bute, "Resolved, That the New Testament
Church Is Not a Twentieth Century Neces
sity." The princlpnl address of the evening
will be by Rev. Luther Moore, pastor of
the Christian church at Plattemouth.
The cantata, "From Sepulcher to
Throne," rendered by the choir In the
services of Kountze Memorial Lutheran
church Easter Sunday evening, will be rs
peated Sunday morning at 10:30 for the
benefit of the old::r memburs of the church
tt1m were unable to He present at the
evening service. The evening service of
Kountze Memorial Lutheran church will
be given to a discussion of "The Church
The members of Immanual Baptist
church, Twenty-fourth nnd rinknej' streets,
will lender a farewell reception to Rev.
P. H. McDowell, their departing pastor,
Thursday evening at the church. He goes
to Rosw.'ll, N. M., to accept a pastorate.
Miss Luella Anderson of Mornlngslde
College Conservatory of Music will play a
violin solo at Westminster church Sunday
morning and evening.
Y. M. C. A. Notes.
Sunday, vesper service at 4:30 o'clock.
Rev. H. J. Kirschsteln, pastor of the North
Christian church, will spenk on the sub
ject, "The Supreme Art." Mrs. C. A. Man
gun will sing. Social hour following at
years; so we know how to buy.
in Immense quantities; thereby
You get the benefit of this.
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5 SO. with light refreshments. All women
The association Is rejoicing ovr the re
sult of Membership dsy and la proud of
Its position as second in numbers In the
United States, so far as Is known at the
present time. The membership at the close
of Msrch 31 til S.7M.
Miss Helen L. Thomas, representing the
educational Interests for the national board
In Young Women's Christian associations,
ha spent several days In the Omaha as
sociation studying the plan of educational
work. Miss Thomas was here through the
membership campaign. Joined the associa
tion and worked as hard as the moat en
thuslastlo member In helping handle de
tails of the returns until 10 o'clock Thurs
On Monday a rvmnmtlo exhibition nf
I class work will be given by ail classes in
the gymnasium at o clock. This Is a
Tuesday the Business Olrls' club Is open
for the evening to tho public and a talk
will be given on "Making the Most of a
Business Career." Meeting at 7 o'clock.
A class In the cooking school will open
for young girls Saturday, April 9, and the
Instruction will Include school lunches, pic
nic lunches and how to put them up, and
at the close of the eight weeks' term all
will Join in a picnic with Miss Coffin, the
director, putting up their own lunch. Ar
rangements for Joining the class should
be made by Friday.
An Informal get-together of the students
of the Young Men's Christian association
night school is planned for Wednesday
evening. A program committee was ap
pointed whlcn has arranged a fine pro
gram of toasts, speeches and music, to be
?lven after tha dinner, which begins at
.. This la probably the most important
student gathering of the Youiig Men's
Christian association which has occurred
this year. About 460 students have been In
attendance since last fall and, this meet
ing Is for tho purpose of getting acquainted
and having a Jolly time. The students are
quite enthusiastic over tha prospects and
expect to have a good time. All the teach
ers win be there and as many of tha
students as can be reached. The dinner
and program will be given In the private
dining rooms on tha tnird floor. No out
side speakers are Invited, out the students
and teachers will make up the program.
First Morning service at 10:30, subject,
"Surrendered Personality;" evening service
at 7:30, "Ood's Estimate of Man." Minister,
Rev. D. D. Proper.
Grace, Tenth and Arbor, B. F. Fellman,
Pastor 10:45. sermon, "The Priesthood of
the Messiah," followed by the Lord's sup
per and the reception of new members; 7:45,
German, North Twenty-Fourth and Bin.
ney Preaching by the pastor, Rev. A. Jen
zen. at both services. Subject at 11 a. m.,
"The Revelation, of Ixve;" subject of tha
evening service at 7:45, "Assurance of Boi
vatlon." Calvary. Twenty-fifth and Hamilton. Rav.
R. It. Curry, Pastor Servloes at 10:30 and
8, conducted by the pastor. The Lord's
supper will be observed and 'he hand of
fellowship given to new members at the
close of the morning sermon. Young peo
ple's meeting at 7; Bible school at 12; reg
ular mid-week devotional service Wednes
day at 8.
Jmmauuel, North Twenty-Fourth and
Plnkney, Rer. P. H. MoDowell, D. D.,
Pastor 10:80 a. m., "The Call to Come Un
der the Yoke." The Lord's supper will be
observed and hand of fellowship given the
new members. At 7:30 p. m.. ''A Decision
Set to Action." Believers' baptism will be
administered. Sunday school at fioon, Bap
tist Young People's union at 6:30, mid-week
meeting Wednesday evening at 8.
North Side, II. J. Klrsohsteln, Minister
Meets in the Plymouth Congregational,
Twentieth and Hponoer. Morning worship
in charge of Plymouth Congregational at
10:30 o'clock. Sermon at 7:50 o'clock in the
evening by Rev. Kirschsteln. Bible school
at 9:80 a. m. At the evening service tha
choir will repeat some of the numbers of
the Easter program.
First Twenty-fifth and Farnam (Cham
bers Building) Sunday sohool at 9:48 a, m. ;
Sunday services st 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;
subject of lesson sermon. "Unreality."
Second, Nineteenth and Farnam (Lyric
Theater) Sunday school at 9:46 a. m. ; serv
ice 11 a. m.; subject lesson sermon, "Un
Hillside. Thirtieth and Ohio. W. S. Hamp
ton, Pastor Morning worship at 10:30, Sun
day school at noon. Young Pwople Society
of Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m., evening
service at 8.
St. Mary's Avenue, St. Mary's Avenue
and Twenty-seventh Morning worship at
10:30 o'clock, subject, "Life Revealed;" Sun
day school at noon, Stanley P. Bostwlck,
superintendent; Young People'e C. S. C. at
7 p. m. Sermon by F. 8. Stein of Linooln.
Plymouth, Twentieth and Spencer. John
P. .Clyde, Minister Morning worship at
10:S0, theme, "Tho Significance of the Ti
tle. Christian;" special muslo. Sunday
school at noon. Christian Endeavor at :30,
evening worship at 7:30, In charge of North
Sidu Christian church.
First, Nineteenth and Davenport, Fred
erick T. Rouse, Pastor Morning worship,
with communion, at 10:30. subject, "The Joy
of the Christian Life;" evening worship at
7:45. subject, "In Tune with the Infinite;"
Sunday school at noon; health class sub
ject, "Thinking God's Thoughts;" Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor at
All Saints'. Twenty-Sixth and Dewey, T.
J. Mackay, Rector Holy communion every
Sunday at 7:30 a. m., church school at 9:4S
a. m.. morning prayer and sermon at 11,
sermon topio. "The Derelicts of Life."
Strangers always welcome.
Church of St. Philip the Deacon, Twenty
First, near Paul, the Rev. John Albert Wil
liams, Rector Holy communion at 7:30 a.
m.. matins at 10:30, holy communion and
sermon at 11 a. tn., Sunday school and cate
chism at 12:30, choral evensong and sermon
at C o'clock.
Trinity (English), Rev. G. W. Snyder,
Pastor Sunday school at 8 p. m., R. B.
Cook, superintendent. A publlo service will
be held on Sunday, April 10, and pastor
Hummon of Kountze Memorial Lutheran
church will deliver the sermon.
St. Mark's Enftllsh. T wentieth and Bur-
jdette, L. Groh, Pastor Services Sunday:
10:45 a. m., six or seven baptisms, theme,
1 "How to Train Up Children;" 8 p. m., "En
couraging News;" Sunday school at noon.
Young People's Society of Christian En
deavor at 7 p. tn.
St. Paul's Germwn. Twenty-Eighth and
Parker, E. T. Otto, Pastor Services at 10
a. m.; In English at 7:45 p. m.; theme for
the evening. "Introduction to the Lord's
Prayer;" Sunday school In English at 11:30.
German-American parochial school, Mr. II.
Grace Lutheran, 1326 South Twenty-sixth,
Rev. M. S. Mellek, Pastor Morning ser
vice at 10:45 a. m., subject of sermon, "The
Fruits of the Resurrection." Evening ser
vice at 8 o'clock, theme. "Saul as King."
Sunday school at 12:15 p. m., and Luther
league at 7 p. m., topic, "The Law and the
Kountze Memorial. Rev.. John E. Hum
mon. PaBtor Services morning and evening.
Morning. 10:30 o'clock, theme, "From Sepul- ;
cher to Throne." Cantata rendered by the
choir. Evening. S o'clock, service of wor
ship with special muslo by the choir. Sub
ject of sermon, "The Church Knocker."
Young people's devotional meeting at 7
p. m. Sunday school at noon. O. P. Good
man, superintendent. Classes for all et.es.
Pearl Memorial. Twenty-Fourth anC i
4wore Regular preaching services morning
and evening. Sunday school at noon, young
people s meeting at 6:30. C. P. Daniels,
Trinity, Twenty-First and Blnney. Q. W.
Abbott. Pastor In the morning the pastor
will preach; subject of morning sermon, "A
Ie.-con Which Protestants Ought to 1 yearn
from Catholics;" In the evening Dr. Wycoff
will lecture on her work In China.
Free, 1737 South Eleventh Sunday school
at 10, preaching services at 11 a. m. and
also in the evening; district quarterly con
ference will be held April 14 to 17. Rev. E.
E. Harfield, presiding elder, will preach
each evening. Joseph L. Riley. Pastor.
Seward Street. Twenty-Second and
Se-vr-J, Frank A. High, Pastor Public
sc.&IkAt it a. m. ana p. m., Kpworth
jsw m. Jtev. Mr. Jolly will
Jf"mornlng. the pastor will
,fevenlng. Good muslo, Donald
Vtmorlal Methodist Episcopal,
Tr L.'Td Pierce SunCay school, t il, a.
m. : u.Tachlng. 11 a. ni.. aubject. "God's
Command;' Kpworth league, 7 p. m ;
preaching, 8 p. m.. subj.ot, "Drawing
U'oifes." Revival meetings every nrihl
1 his we k. ...
lfansonm Park. Twenff-Ntnth and Wool
worth Avenue. Rev. R. Scott Hyde. D. IV.
Pastor Preaching by the paMor at 10.30
and 7:10; morning theme, "Hrasnmng For
ward;" evening subject, "Th. Effect Christ
lis on Men;" Sund ly scnuol St noon. Iter t
PDZZLE OVER CONSERVATION
(Continued from First Tage.)
the administration on this question. They
have Introduced a bill of their own on
Oil Landa Dlaeaaaed.
Senator Pmoot last night called a meet
ing to discuss the question of oil landa.
It was attended by Senators Smoot of
Utah, Clark of Wyoming, Hughes of Col
orado, Chamberlain of Oregon, Dixon of
Montana, Secretary Balllnger, Represent
ative Smith of California and one or two
othera. The meeting resulted in no defi
The details of a btl lto provide for the
boring for oil on public lands wss fully
discussed, disclosing widely divergent
views. The length of lease, the pay
ments and the matter of securing per
mits all proved subjects of disagreement.
The question of water-power on the pub
llo domain is also full of possible elements
of dispute and I Is sure to cause plenty of
trouble. A proposition to turn over to the
states the matter of the regulation of the
granting of rights-of-way for power com
panies operating on the publlo domain Is
saldto be meeting with general favor, but
there is still much opposition to the federal
government relinquishing any part of the
oontrol It may have over the water-power
Altogether the conservation question is
said to be a rocky road for the legislators
to travel. There is great misunderstanding
of conditions, it is stated, snd few of the
members are fully aoquotnted with the vast
detail of the subject. Eastern members are
unfamiliar with conditions In the west and
the representatives from the latter section
enoounter great dtffloulty In explaining the
actual meaning of conservation as it re
late to the people of their dlatriots. Nobody
appears to be opposing conservation, but
the question Is how to conserve.
The body of Benjamin Shipley. Burling
ton fireman, who was fatally Injured In a
head-on collision at Sheridan, Wyo., Tues
day, arrived In Omaha Friday evening,
and the funeral will bo Monday afternoon
from the home of his father, D. V. Shipley,
at Florence, with burial in Forest Lawn
cemetery. The Shlpleys were early settlers
at Florence. The young man was twenty
one years of age.
Sham Battle at Shenandoah.
SHENANDOAH, la.. April (.-(Special.)
Members of Company E, Fifty-first Iowa
National guards, will Indulge in a sham
battle in Waubonsle park next Monday
evening. Under charge of the first and
second lieutenants, Schriver and Stenger,
the two divisions of the company will
throw up their fortifications and partici
pate In a miniature warfare. This is dons
to prepare the guards for the encampment
tha coming summer, which will probably be
held at Sparta, Wis.
The excruciating patns from corns or
bunions may be avoided by applying cham
By virtue of its uneqnaled
properties, is the
one Great Spring Medicine.
Get It today In usual liquid form or
tableta called Barsatabs. 100 Doses $L
This Is Summer Suit weather
whether the calender saya so or
Now, we've anticipated this very
condition of affairs. Here are
the fairest fabrics for summer
wear. The patterns' that Dame
Fashion raves over the shades
and colors that Dame Fashion has
set her most emphatic approval
Yes some cost as little as 115.
made to measure. Others up to
Perfect fit guaranteed.
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NURSERIES -NORTH OMAHA
We Carry the Largest Variety of
Ornamental Shrubbery, Roses, Fruit and Shade Trees
Fresh Home Grown Stock
...See Our Display at the Sales Grounds...
For those who desire immediate effect, we carry a "Ice line of nice shrubs in clumps, such
ma BhotvbaUs, Lilacs, Syrlnga. WygeJla, Kpirea Van llouttl, Jloehtells, Double Flowering
Crabs. All of those shrubs will bloom this year, also IUack Hills Knrure, nice size for trans.
planting. This entire line is dug witli ball una iirtaiiii.
Sales Grounds, 19th and Douglas
FHOXK IMJIULA8 1H, Oil IM)l (il,AS
RAIDS MADE ON
(Continued fri.ro First Page.)
a result of which he was cor.fmed for it
year In an institution for Insane convicts.
"Mayer Is a well known bookmaker and
Turner Is said to have been expelled from
the New York Stock Exchange and with
LIIlls, has bten connected with some of
the most notorious bucket shop concerns
In the country. A number of the men
named In this Indictment are well known
to bucket shop operators."
Frederick Ollmore of the hospital corps,
United States army, at Fort Crook, snd
Mrs. James A. Fisher of Omaha were mar
ried Friday evening st Bellevue. The
bridal couple will make their home at Fort
Crook, where Mr. Qilmore Is still connected
with the hospital corp and will shortly
take the examination for promotion to the
rank of sergeant In the hospital corps.
Miss Clara Belle Ross of Spencer and
Mr. William P. Berrlll of Oekdale were
married by Rev. Charles W. Savldge this
morning at 7 o'clock at the residence of
the bride's sister, Mrs. E. A. Phillips, at
491S Webster street. Mr. and Mrs. Ber
rlll left at once after wedding breakfast
on their wedding tour.
Miss Edith May Keys and Vanle S.
Wheatley were married at tha residence of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Thomas Keys,
613 North Fourteenth street, Wednesday
night by the Ilev. John Albert Wllllsms.
Mrs. Sarah B. Duke and James W.
Lochmiller, both of Benson, were married
by Rev. Charles W. Savldge at hi. resi
dence Thursday afternoon at 6.
When you want what you want when
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Our spring creations In Women's
Oxfords, Pumps and Slippers form a
great attraction for women theae
We frequently hear such expres
sions as, "Aren't they handsome?"
"Aren't they sweet?" etc.
We are showing new models in
Tien, Pumps, Ankle Strap Pumps,
Slippers and dainty Footwear of all
New leathers in Tsns, Chocolates,
Bronxe. new colors in suede leathers,
now trimmings and ornaments. Cuban
or French heels, with short vamps.
Every size and width.
$3.50. $1.00 up to $5.00
FRY SHOE CO.
16th and Douglas Streets.
Stars and Stripes Bottled Beer
The only beer brewed from pure spring water on the
market. Order a case for your home and get the best.
A beer just suited to quaff at home a night-cap for
the sociable evening a refreshing draught for the late
supper a delightful glass to sip under the evening lamp.
Stars and Stripes is a foaming sparkling beverage for tho
keen palate for the connoisseur.
Have a Case Delivered to Your Dome
14:02 Douglas Street
Telephones Douglas, 1306; independent, A-1306.
WILLOW SPRINGS BREWING CO.
A Bourke tiycn-ty-five
is a suit,
raincoat or over
coat representing a
high standard of
quality and service,
made in the pre
vailing style and
fabric of the sea
son. Every garment in the
Bourke twenty - five
classs must measure up
to this requirement
the best that modern
tailoring can produce
We would like to sell you your
clothes this season. Drop in
and talk it over.
Suits, overcoats and crave
nettes range in price $18 to
The Bourke Perfected
that's our $3 hat is there
with the style, and is built to
stand the weather
318 S. 15th St.
The finest work I ever saw.
Usual comment on the charac
ter of your work. Why not
let us call for your bundle and
show you the difference.
We 're at your service. 'JQ
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