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TOE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. MARCIL 30,. 1912.
Omaha's Easter Shoe Opportunity
Fry Shoe Company wfll be the center of attraction for Easter shoe purchasers
Thii high grade shoe is made by Johnson &
Murphy of Newark, N. J., recognised as one of the lead
ers in the manufacture of men's shoes. These Bhoes
are by far the costliest to make, yet they sell for a trifle
more than other shoes that pretend to be in their class.
They are ease-giving to the feet in addition to being
stylish,' possessing' wonderful durability and retain
We- show the Johnson & Murphy oxford on their
custom last, medium, shapely toe, medium heels, perfect
in every respect a true gentleman's shoe. Made in
gun metal, calf, vici kid and patent leather, also tans.
Prices $6.00 and $6.50
I Superior workmanship.
FORWARD TEAM'S BUSY DAY
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Luncheons, with Speeches tad Street
Meeting Ooenpy Jfoon.
FITS XEETHGS FEIDAT HIGHT
Delesatiea . Malta Ik JnllHln
, Frelaht Depot Tmlk the
Mm There iHltai
far taaday. .
1 Luncheon and set speeches. Including
. street ejecting and triple South
Omaha by a team of speakers, vu put
W Mm program yetearaay afternoon at
lb Mm and Religion forward Move
meet. Tim luncheon at the Paxloa hotel
for the men of tin CongregaUona
thurchea wag. addressed by vVDIIara A.
Brows at the taam of experta, h taking
Up tha general Ihama proposed, "Tha
Application of Man and Religion Message
la Each Church." Tha luncheon held by
tha Commercial cluk waa featured by
epeeebea by Dr. L t. Lansing and J. L.
Alexender of tha taam, while Dr. C. A.
parbaur eddresned tha Baptists at tha
Young Men i Christian, aatoctaUon at tha
lurlng tha noaa hour a atraat meeting
aa kald between rourtaaatb and ttf
leeath, aa Douglas, where William A.
Drown addressed upward of 1M mn, b
aftarward fotnc to tha Putoa luncheon.
A delegation alao want to tha Burllngloe
freight depot, where Mr. Deae addressed
tha man during thalr dlnnar hour. Dr.
Lwvld Russell accompanied four or ftv
ruen from hra to South Omaha, leaving
hera shortly bat ora noon.
Dr. Maawell .Speaka.
Tha third day at tha convention opened
at tha Flrat Presbyterian church Friday
morning with a fifteen-minute prayer and
praise service, led by Dr. C. A, Barbour,
taam leader of tha Hitting eiperte.
Dr. David Russell, seventeen yaart In
South Africa, axpart aa evangelism, led
to tha morning addreaaaa before tha gath-
trine describing hla travala ovar tha
aoutbara hamlaphara and what ha haa
aaaa af thla country Mac? hia arrival la
Xew Tark City Ms weeks ago. Citing
atatlatiei he aaid thara were but par
crat of tha mea and keyi of thla country
coaaactad with tha church, but that b
kaUavad that tha tendency now doa from
tha men and religion movement waa In
tha oppoatta direction. Ha demanded the
eanrUfiea church aa a primal nereaatty
ta aallat mea and boya la tha foraea tw
tha aptrttual uplifting or tha nation.
Leave Lane Faaea Hava.
Followtng the speaker Dr. Z. J. Uanwng,
leader la tha department of aocla! arrr.
lea, waa reintroduced to tha convention
by Dr. Barbour. Cpeaklng on tha eubjact,
'Tb Spiritual Talua ef tha gonial Sarr
tee." ha elucidated on bow Important iim
Ufa of the Saviour while ea earth war
aocUily te the mea and material relation
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Spring Shoes of latest models, perfect fit and ex
treme comfort for all men,", women and children ;
of tha world. Ha defined tha true
meaning of tha worda iptrltuality and
lav a peraonlfled by Jeeua Chrlat. lie
disparaged the, Ida that paopla entering
the church ahould allow their outward
manlfeatationa to repreaant thalr .actual
feeling, "Oladaena and laughter Caa fit
well with religion,' ha aald.
Tha cloatng addraaa of the ewlon. by
William A. Brown, aipert In Bible atudy,
wee aa appeal for everyone connected
la tha work of the church to give the
beat there waa la them, citing an lllua
tratloa of tha euetora once la vogue In
India, where mothera were called upon to
aaentlce thalr Infanta la tha Oangaa. One
woman, earning two children In her
arma, one healthy, the other deformed.
had given to tha erocodUea the former,
bringing hack the alckly child. A Cbrta
Uoa mliilonery, mealing the womaa, and
hearing of the aarrtflre, aald that the
living Ood demanded only the heat.
Gorge at Omaha Goes
On Down the Stream
The Ice which haa been clogged In tha
MlMourt river north of the Dougiaa atrael
bridge broke at I fi Friday morning. On
account of the comparatively thla ke
no damage waa done. There la another
lam of Ice )uat eaat of the ameltar, which
began to break at noon. There la little
danger of the Ice gorging and causing
great oamagajo river property, however.
, i. F. . Allen., bridge agent, ho haa
held that position for eighteen years, says
that the Ice haa broken up thla year
with Icag show and danger than In any
pravioue year that he caa recall.
HOTEL CLERK CHARGED
WITH ABSCONDING IS FREE
Frank Phyla, former cashier of the
KaUenal hotel, and who waa ancuaed of
disappearing with lit of the hotel funds
following the raid by three deputy sher
iffs several days ago. waa discharged
(rem custody by Judge Foster. William
Keene, proprietor aald that he did not
think that Phyla Intended keeping the
rive woman, arrested In the raid, were
fined ft and coma each aa Inmataa. They
changed their plena from not guilty to
WENTOVER TALKS HIMSELF
OUT OF A JAIL SENTENCE
The ability te blend scriptural quota
tions with comedy won the release of
John D. Wentover Friday morning In no
nce court. Wentover waa arrested for
being drunk, ...
"Judge, I waa a stranger in Omaha.
and someone took me la aad gave me
bad boos. Let ana ge and I'll repent
and stay sober, berldee remaining away."
"Good bye." answered Judge Foster.
In the Wright & Peters Company models shown herewith are style, comfort
and service, with an appeal to fashionablle women who demand high quality in
a modestly priced shoe. They are worn by women who invariably are found to
exhibit the most style in a refined and pleasing attractive way. -
The " Co-Ed" Pump is particularly popular with the younger set. These
low heels are the latest word in style. This model has an exquisite tonch of fash
ion. "We show it in White Nu-Buck, tan Russia calf, black Nu-Calf and patent
No. E 813 Oxford possesses an admirable combination of style and beauty.
It is all that a careful dresser could desire in a modestly priced shoe. We show
this exquisite model in mat kid, Russia Calf and patent colt. ,. , .
Fry SUnoe Company ,6th RZulas
CII1ZEHS' DM DISTURBED
Ontiide Caadidtte Oaias Fottenioa
of Secret Hailing Lilt,
FUXAT GETS CLAUOKSE IH BAD
KdJter af Adverate Aaslstlaa Valea
Aeeaaed at Dlaraalagt at Llat
aad He Makes Demaaa
Mora trouble In the Cltlsena anion
camp with charges and counterchargae
It la all ever the escape of the official
memberahlp list which waa supposed to
be aafely guarded, so that candidates for
endorsement could have no advantage
ever one another, and he assured a
Just before the executive committee
made up the slate It waa found that the
list had gotten away and Into the hands
of aspirants who were using It to In
duce members to bring pressure In their
behalf. When complaint was made, ac-
cusatlot waa laid .at the door of H. H.
Claiborne, publisher of the official organ
of the union, for whom the roster served
aa a mailing list under strict Injunction
At the Inception of the union the ex
ecutive committee had made an arrange
ment with Claiborne aa editor of The
Advocate whereby each member of the
unloa waa te recefve the paper tor a
term of alx months and tha union waa
to use two pages of the paper for Its
work. Whan the members of the pub
licity committee of the union charged
Mr. Claiborne with having given the list
to aome person ha Indignantly' denied It
and demanded the basis of tha charge.
According to Claiborne thla Informatloa
waa refused by Ralph Sunderland, Wil
liam F. Baxter and Lysis Abbott for the
Clt liens' anion, but he waa told to make
aa Investigation. Thla he did and learned
that tha list had been used by Frank A.
Furay. He aaya Fumy admitted that
through hut brother. Ouy Furay. be had
secured such a list and that he bad told
members of the executive committee that
"It waa the subscription list of a news
paper." He promised to exonerate CUV
borne and all persona connected w'.lh the
Advocate from complicity In the delivery
of the Hat to him.
Mr. Claiborne waited until Thursday
for Mr. Furay ta redeem hia promise and
on that day cent him a letter demanding
that he exonerate him by telling how,
when, where and by whoa the list was
delivered to Ouy Furay. Failure to an
swer this letter haa brought out the fol
lowing statement from Claiborne:
"Frank Furay admits he got the list
aad that be used IL Me eddita that, he
left the members of the executive com
mittee under the Impression that I gave
him the list. Whoever aid give at sell
him the list waa guilty of breach of
trast and waa corrupted either thrones
lear, fraud, favoritism or downright
bribery. Mr. Furay la the benetlrlair
of tha breach of trust and lets me be
suspected rather than that the truth be
known. Do the people ef Omaha desire
to elect aa commissioner a man who
woata by aa act of treachery and throws
the odium upon an Innocent person?
"If I had been selling the list I con Id
nave seta It a scare of times aad for
wney than I will receive out of
my dealings with tha Cttisens
Stimulate year boataara by advertising
la The Bee-tbe acwapapar that reaches
all or tfc In- I v
$4.00. $4.50 arid
High quality leather.
Sheriff Comes to'
' - Big Gun Aroun'
Sheriff Chase, who Joined In the purault
ef Dowd. Morley and Gray, came ta town
Thursday equipped with a brace of vl-
rtoua revolvers, but ha did not announce
hla coming and he waa not known to
The policeman, who waa once la the
wrestling game, threw a strangle bold
around the Barpy county offlcefe neck.
la gaspa ha protested, declaring bis
Identity and snaking It strong by ea-
plaining that he waa aae of the party that
pursued the bandKa. -
Jensen relieved hint of hla weapons, de
claring that tbey were about the biggest
ha aver saw. Ch see's reply waa that he
had a big county to handle. At any rata
Jensen called the wagon and had tha
visitor carted to the station, wherd his
Identity waa established. The officers
apologised and Chare want on hla way.
Streams in Iowa
Are AUBank Full
Colon! Hank Donovan of Grlswold. la..
la la town and speaking of tha flood alt
nation la western Iowa atataa that no
daroage haa occurred up te . thla time.
However, the streams are bank full and
have commenced to slop over tha low
lands. PALMER ESCAPES FINE
BY ORDER OF THE JUDGE
A "pleasant" task waa Imposed npon
Ben Palmar, a, garbage hauler, by Judge
Feeler la ponce court, raimer waa ar
rested for dumping debris at Eleventh
and laard streets ta violation af city
ordlnaaoaa. . He pleaded Ignorance of the
Oo back and clean up the stuff you
dumped there aad haul It ta tha proper
dump and you will not he fined," aald
the court. Palmer wag ordered ta pat
up a HI bond ta Insure obedience to the
court a order.
FRIEND WIFE GOES OUT
ON BUST WITH HUSBAND
That husband and wife should be-tel.
gather upon all conditions and under any
kind of drcumstances a.wariaenuy waai
ue And Hannah Conklta believe. They
ware found Wednesday night by Officer
Bchwenger lying upon a eioewaia sear
the business district, oblivious to their
surreuBdiaaa. - .
When they recovered their senses they
were la tha dty Jail. They admitted be
ing drunk and ware given, tea days each.
HOWELL WILL DEFEND
SUIT AGAINST WARNER
United Stated Attorney .. Howell re
ceived word yesterday from Washing
ton to defend Marshal Warner la tha
damage suit against him for tB.A
areught by Clarence Smith, who waa ar
rested aome time ago by the marshal,
for false imprisonment .
Retarding Minnesota, Worth Dakota.
Saskatchewan. Alberta, aad tha Pactflo
Kerthweat reached by the Boa Una from
St. Paul and Minneapolis. W. R. Barley,
D. P. A, a Fifth St, Daa Moines, la.
POMANDER WALK, by Leula N.
Parker; MI pp. I H.a; John Lane com'
pany. - .. i
Am a play It wag a pretty picture of
London suburban Ufa, and . the atory
visualises the characters through their
aonvarsaUen.' Matjnlaina, whose lave
atory natolda her mother1 a tragedy and
ooaesanoat marriage; tha admiral aad hia
social prominence la Walk; hla rival,
who la a button Incognito, and aeoiaaarlly
very much i abreast with tha doings of
the bona roonds; Miss Barbara and her
preana parrot, the gift of a long de
ceased fiance, and the melancholy mualo
master, all are draw with delicacy and
regard ta detail.
THE JINX, by Allen Pangrer; til pp.;
U.S; a W. Dillingham company. .
P lories of baae ball, tha title atory being
the narrative of a clever third baseman
and a pretty but cross-syed girl. There
are seven stories In all, and tber are not
conventional bass ball stories, but depict
tha big leaguers Interesting Ufa apart
from tha diamond.
THE BEES, bv M. Ellen Thonfier; X.
pp.; 1146. O. P. Putnam's dona.
Aa attractive atory of three sturdy,
naive English children. Bob, Burton and
Bennle, triplets, and alike aa three peaa
Left for aorae montha by a cold, unloving
society mother, la charge of their "Auntie
Ball," they furnish many a quaintly
amusing episode to 'aupport tha mala
plot-tbe love atory of the aunt.
TUB PHADOW MEN. by Donald Rich-
berg; til pp.; Forbes A Company.
Tha story of a scapegoat's struggle to
evade apparent destiny. Inspired by his
love for a woman, and aided by a loyal
friend. This la a "man a book" but no
dull tale of sordid affaire; for on the
background at business tha author haa
drawn Uve men and women.
PHILIP FTBEL.E, by Jame " OHvef
'urwood: 307 pp.; ILK;
A romantic tale of adventure with long
journeys ovar thd anow, scarcity ef food
supplies. Barrow escapee from death and
freaking, ar from shooting, burauita and
tragedies ef the great waste. Aad then
there Is a softer side a love atory creeps
in with a manly hero and a charming
heroine, and the ending la all that could
AT THE AGE OF EVE. by Kate Trim,
ble Sharber; a pp.; I1.S; Bobbo-Merrill
Tha story of a young girl who falls la
love with aa MeaX He la fair to toot
upon and to all appearances a typical
knight errant. She becomea engaged t
him aad then her eyes' are evened. The
aelflshaeea of bis nature aad at narrow
ness of vtstoa threw hat vial We attrac
tions tar Into tha background- When the
idol falls .and la shattered. Abb discover
that It was Dot of gold after all. hut a
pitiful Imitation made of day. The gold
Idol la the friend of childhood; a quiet
young doctor, "who goes about his "daily
tasks with no mora fuse and spatter than
a flrelees cocker."
THE PRETENDER PER-ON. bv Mar
garet Cameron; M pp.; Il.; Harper A
The author haa brought together a lolly
group of charming people mea and
women, old and young. Their fllrtationa
and serious love affairs, begun on board
ship and continued In tha tropica, result
la delightfully humoroua complication.
The charm and spell ' of Mexico, area
through aH aorta of American and native
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Tor exclusive and handsome oxfords the Alden,
Wlker St Wilde model shown in this cut, is fully the
equal of any shoe produce for the money. Men, espec
ially Young Men, walk naturally and easily in these
shoes, because these are the kind that fit. They arc
produced so as to combine the highest degree of com
fort and style effects." When you buy this shoe you can
not go wrong. A particular shoe for the well dressed
We have the Alden, Walker it Wade oxford in the
popular button style or in the attractive blucher model.
It is made in either tan or black leather, with exquisite
touches of style and grace." It is the kind of an oxford
that will always satisfy.
Clean-cut, snappy styles.
eyas, Is almost as rich In Interest aa the
story ltnlf.' 1
SPANISH GOLD, by O. A. Birming
ham: aw pp., ii ju. - ueorga n. jjoraa
Tha story of how the curate of Bally
noy, a character of Shandlan charm and
ejearvenese, and hla friend, the major,
sad away aad discover gold lost In a
wrecked galloon of the Spanlah Armada
off an Island near the west coast of Ire
land. Tha characters are erlginal - and
fascinating, and the plot worked out la
rather an unimaginative manner.
SAM'S KID, by F. E. Mills Young; 171
pp., 11. M. John Lane company.
Tha atory of a girl's life. Her devotloa
and self-sacrifice, whereby aha eaves the
man aha lovea from falling under the
penalty of thd law for a charge of mur
der falsely brought against him by an
MT RAGPICKER, by Msry E. Waller;
111 pp., a cents. Little, Brown A Co.
A sweet and tender story of Ufa ta
Parts, under the shadow of Notre Dame
and at Buttea Chaumont. There are but
few characters, ' but ' Nanette, the little
ragpicker, who nevwr knew a mother and
who finds tha heart-hunger for one ap
peased by slinging to tha atone pillars of
Notre Dares and In the thought that the
great oatoedrai, "Our Lady of Parts" la
to bar a mother who comforts and cher
ishes. "A little white aoul," although
only a ragptcker'a, la laid bare before the
reader. i i'
THE FLTINO G1RU by Edith Van
Dyne: 231 pp., $1. Tha Rellly-Brltioa
Stephen Kane; with hia sister. Oriesa,
la tha sole support of a Mind mother, but
Steve haa Invented such a wonderful bi
plane that It la deemed wise for him to
it don hla work aad make ready to
enter hla machine In a coming aviation
meet . Ha meets with aa accident, and
a last resort Oriesa takes hia place,
uvhea the ascension, aad wins the big
THE YOt'NO LION HUNTER, by Zane
Qrey; 171 pp., $LhV Harper Bros.
Aa exciting atory of lassoing lions and
hunting adventurea In the grand canon
eoaatry. Kan Ward, tha hera ef "The
Young " Forester" and "The Young
Pitcher,'' It also the hero of this talc
THE BOY WITH THE UNITED
STATES CEN8U8. by Francis Rolt-
Wheeler; M pp.. 11.5k Lothrop, Lee A
jrtrm. acm. Tattsr. Salt Shaum, etc, ara troubles which affect
Lf atsld CTtSci- Thraflacttoi
rt csujtdl bjrjrritating humors. or uratio sold in tha blood. 8ucb Impurltki
lnflam. and rrritata tha dehcata rret-vrortc of Hororti ten SeTi uesln3
r? ths outer .Ida. and th. talUrruiuSry So&
produced i forced out through the ports and gUiids, and ticast
foptup wbito tha blood remains tnfecud. This aluou cauies ttStoni
tlont pan only aootha tha Irritation and assist in keepdlgtoi sslnb2?tw
ixrvar prodooa a curs bacanaa such ifmm... ? """ cln..they
8.8 & natoraa to tha thta
o b r. . - . : y"
who writs. , 3 "u aorjoa tree to aU
THE SWIFT SPirCiTlC CO' aUUBZAgOA
Through the experiences of a typical
ongni jimenciui noy. me auinor anew
me growtn and resourcee or oar vast
counirr. ana tne metnoaa or gainerine:
the necessary Information, the securing
of which frequently involved hardship
and peril. - :
OLD BEN. by James Otis: 1M on ' U.K.
Jlerper A Broa.
In this book are continued the ad
ventures of Toby Tyler, when the circus
cornea to spend the winter la ' Toby s
vUlage. ' v .
THE BELIEVINO YEARS, by Esmond
L. Pearson; a pp., fl.a. The MaoMlllaji
Those who remember a time when In
diana, highway robbers, pirates, cow
boys, iptes, scouts and other ruffian
dodged from bush to bush In the door
yards of sober, aalf-reapeotlng cltlsena
will expartenee a pleasantly reminiscent
thrill la reading this breezy atory of a
boy's summer vacation. The night before
the Fourth, circus day, the abortive dash
for wild western regions, and other mo
mentous days are described with humor
ous inngni inio xno juvenile , prioe ana
New Kesoaree Map af Utah.
t.iwim. w nmnman. u 111, C.IIII a.
onows everyimng up-io-aate a map can
anow. unitM number tor sale By state
ree avai ei ttrtss iMfjtMlerarlM tli Valt A
tog. Salt Lake City.
Try Sloan's Liniment for your
rheumatism don t rulj just lay
it on lightly. It goes straight to
the sore spot, quickens the blood,
limbers up the muscles and
joints and stops the paia
is fine for lame muscles.
a. W. l.i T. af Uftretto. Ala, wm
baa rbesauuM for It yetn. I ems doctors
tnd TenU d:rTet mend!- eat thee did KM
heir m. I obtslata a bottle ef Sloes' UnV
meat whl-ti 4M me a macs rood last I wgeid
SM as Wltkost a ter sarUilar."
Atassiiinii M sic as. aat.se.
Dr. EarlS. Sloan Boatoa, Mats,
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