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yg Fry's Easter Footwear Merits the Great
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1912.
rrommence it rias won
The beauty, the exquisite models, the comfort and the durability
of Fry shoes make this Omaha's great spring footgear headquar-
;;--J! ters-the store of honest values and competition-defying prices
H. H. Gray's Son present here this spring
women's shoes that most appeal Immediately to
women who appreciate a well dressed foot. There
Is a charm and elegance about them a trlgness
snd beauty that make an Impression on every
woman who views them. The new features ot these
spring shoes hare added to the large demand for
Grey's shoes, and we wish every prospective pur
chaser ot women's shoes would see our assortment
Jiefore buying spring footwear. They are Just the ort
of spring- shoes that women want and that woman at
Omaha and the weat will wear tills season. They are
excellent wearing footgear, and are real bargains for the
prices a Iced. Gray's shoes a re, built to meet the require-.
Bienta of style, beauty and service, results of mcny
years prove that the makers have accomplished Just
what they desired produced a shoe that will glva
greater satisfaction than other footwear for which the
earns turner Is paid. We show Gray s shoes la all the
Prices $3.50 and $4.00
Howard & Foster Company's
famous shoes for men are hero in the most exclusive and attractive) of spring models all built along
the lines of ease-giving, greatest beauty, greatest comfort, and longest wearing qualities. In the How
ard Foster footwear we offer shoes of the best kind. TUey are foremost in style, appearance, com
fort, fit and wear. They are among the best shoes manufactured anywhere In the world for the price.
Howard Foster shoes are the kind thst you will be proud to wear and that your trieads will
comment fsvorsbly upon. They give touch of fashion and excluslvenesa to your appearance. They
appeal to the young man as well as to the old, and are sure to give everyone more satisfaction than Is
usually received In footwear at the same price. -
Howard 4 Foster shoes are shown here in all the latest and moat faahlonable lasts and shapes and
In all leathers. If you would be correctly attired for Easter, be sure to Inspect our line ot Howard
Foster ahoea before buying.
Prices $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00
Zlegler Bros, manufacture high grade ahoee
for women ahoea of elegance and long wear. They
have exclusive merit In both richness ot color and
high quality of leather. The beautiful ' Zlegler .
pumps are very much In vogue this spring and the
oxfords we are showing will delight any woman
who appreciates the elegance ot simple, stylish ;
lines and the greatest comfort. -They possess fc
extreme flexibility and fins fit which insure to the
wearer sot only elegance of line, but alas ease from the
first moment warn. Stagier shoes were suds with the
purpose) of pleasing women whs want net ealy atria,
but alae perfect fit end extreme comfort. They fulfill
these requisites la every detail. Ton will find It Is
shea eooaomy te buy Zlegler ahoea, for you will secure
all the style snd beauty that the best spring modal
can beast, and at the same time you will psy a very
We shew zlegler shoes In the styles sad leathers
that will be worn this spring sad summer.
Prices $4.00 and $4.50
shoe wearers will be in the great majority on Easter
SHOE COMPANY SfcitoS
1 From Our NearlNeighbora
.'" " Arlington.
Ret, and Mrs Ksplln were In Omaha
Thursday of last week.
'Mrs. H. U MoKlblien returned noire
RalurtHy from a ehoit visit with her
daughter at Miencoe, is.
"Mrs. W. E. Roberts returned horn Bun
day from a week's visit with relatives
and friends at f irth. reo. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Fennell came
from Blair last Saturday to attend the
funeral ot the late C. A. WinWord.
Mr. and Mrs J. A. 1-etereen are re-'
Jolclmr over the arrival of a bnby toy
st their home on Wednesday of this week.
E. C. Jackson and Clark O'H&nlon of
Blair were transacting b'islness In Ai linn
ton last week connected with the Robert
Otto Ludwlg was out Saturday night
with hia automobile, he being the first
in take his machine out ot its winter
The new residence that A. G. TAidwIg
la erecting on Fourth street la enclosed
and la being pushed to completion as fast
Last Saturday J. P. Long loaded his
household effects Into a car and emptied
them to Fremont, where be will make l.te
The Vllngton nursery has started Its
regulsr spring delivery and has la.ge
force of men employed; Its delivery will
be very large this year.
Ml Frieda Korth. clerk In Fred De
Weber's dry goods department, waa called
to her borne In Norfolk the first of the
week by the serious Illness ot her mother.
The high school bove were out last
week salting for asaletance In their ef
forts to secure uniforms for their base
oall team that will be launched this
spring. . ,
Dr. J. K. Gelow,. who csme here to at
tend the funeral of the late C. A. Whit
ford, was not able to start ratals return
rrep te bis home st Hampton, Web., until
V. J. Crane returned from Kiwis City
Saturday, bringing home with him his
grandson. Klliot, who will vlett here for
s short time. Mr. Crane said thst sll
the lower part of Sioux City was under
water when he left there Saturday mdrn
lng. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Parkenlng came out
from Omaha Saturday afternoon and
spent Sunday with Mrs. Parkenlng g par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Petersen. Dur
ing the evening a number of young people
assembles snd gave them sn eld-fashioned
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Hsdley were Omaha
psesengers Isat Thursday. Mr. Madley
returned home the same day, but Mrs.
Hod Icy remained over for a short visit
with her dsughter. Mrs. Lulu Strain, and
of course was unable to get horns Friday
night ou account of high water.
Wiiilsm Witts la visiting his parenta
Mrs J. Bull celebrated her birthday
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Quinn visited with
Mrs. Vso Alat Thursday.
Grove tialdwin Is home from Creigbton
codese. having a weeks' vacation.
Mrs. Zwetbel and daughter of fapillton
ate here visiting st tne i. G. Seeius
Phillip Seefus returned to the elty
Wednesday after several days' stsy at
Mrs. Charles WItte entertained a large
number at Inends Tuesday in honor ol
Mrs. C. W. Hickey and children of Ben
nington visited at the WItte home over
The high water In the Elkhorn valley Is
receding slowly. Having gons down six
Dr. B. B. Baldwin came In to Join his
wife, whe has been visiting the doctors'
parents for severs! weeks,
Tl as Hickey of Forest City Is here
remodelinST the bsrw st bis place, oo
eupiea by the Charles beeraua family.
Mrs. L- RJehardsoa of Waterloo re
turned Monday from the hospital at
Omahs. where she was operated oa two
weeks ago. On account of the high
water at Waterloo she could oat get
home, so Is visiting st ' the Goodhard
Mr. M. W. Fudge stopped here Tuesday
on his way -from Omaha, where he took
Mrs. Fudge to a hospital for treatment,
sbe having been seriously ill tor some
uine. . ,
Mrs. D: D. Lawton snd children left for
Ithaca, Neb., Thursday, where she will
remain with her parents until Mr. Law
ton has the buildings in readiness, so tbs
Mrs. Herbert Bell snd daughter, Buree,
of Waterloo ars here visiting at the
Brunner home during the high water at
Waterloo. They were forced to leave
Mrs. -Clara McCann left this week tor
C. C. Crowell of Omahs was la Blair
on election day. .
Mlas Luy Bhields of Omaha is spend
ing tne week in Hlalr.
E. M. Prlbole and wife of Kennard,
Bundayed with his brother, A. ., and
wife. , .,
Dr. C. R. Mead left for a months' stsj
In Canada where he has land interests-to
Ed. J. Fsrr la out on the streets after
a stx weeks' illness with appendicitis and
M. E. Oalnee of Scott's Bluff, Neb.,
visited with his brother-in-law, M. A.
Sams, tor several days.
Mrs. W. W. Foote is over from Missouri
valley at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Kodgers.
Jsraes Reid. who carries rural marl
route No. 2, wss obliged to miss several
trips on account of high water.
1. E. Berkley of Missouri Valley. la.,
who recently purchased farm and dt?
property, moved his family to Blair this
Mrs. J. w. Long and children.' whs
have been spending the winter with her
parents. Dr. and Mrs. Langstaff, left for
her home in Winnipeg, Canada.
Mrs. J. F. Bross was ealurf m rw-.v.
Jn Wednesday by her sister, Mrs. Flo.
wnose utile ooy -bad been
injured oy a street car.
The morning train to. and the evening
L .k "S? On-ana has been taken off
by the Chit ago. st. Paul. Minneapolis A
Md ?rsl howl has been put
up by hair rli teens. Protests have
been made to the State Railway Com
' Present train service
a passenger from Blair can spend onlr a
couple of hours In Omsha a!7uur3 thi
same day. t
. Tekamah. '
T!l nsirTan .....
riuq W I put OI
"'".".L the localpe??
a:, tviiufi ui April Mt
. . '" me cnier source
of Pleasure for those whe have them.
tf ?'elnd Sheriff Phlpiw went
ilmah" Thur!"ty and they brought
" w. VUDKUOg.
nM,n''?-Conkllng and son.
feaTdaya! "o" will leave in a
Mr- M. R- Hopewell was the hoateea
to a numhM. Af . - . npaiesa
!o7 ,i"be.rr v thV'o?
Teksmah Is planning on havtnr a eond
amateur ball team thla yea therj bavV
i?Sulm1Un """L"' "M . Anderson
McGrew office on Friday even:n tn
get things into shape for games.
F7- A',N Corbtn and ug(rter. Miss
Freda expect to leave for Idaho soon,
where they plan on spendtag the surf
-' uunu tneir Journey
they have reached this period In life snd
still contlaus to enjoy health.
Prof. Hunter et ths State Agricultural
school st Ijlneoln spoke to the people of
this vicinity Thursday evening on "In
dustrisl Education." On Wednesday
evening he spoke to the people of Hllver
creek neighborhood on the proposition to
build a consolidated dlstrk-t high school,
that plan having been thought of for the
people of that vicinity.
Miss Doherty made a business trip to
Frank Mleheal of Omaha cams out
Tuesday to see John Foster.
Miss Gertrude Ingram has been 111 with
la grippe since last Friday.
John Foster, who hss hsd pleurisy snd
Inflammation of ths lungs. Is Improving.
M. M. Steel moved Into the C. CoHen
house, recently vscsted by Mr, JTlcott,
Mrs. J. Turk, Mildred snd Botes rems
out from Omaha Mondsy evening for a
short visit with her suiter, Mrs. lkulds
worth, B. A. Frye came home from the Theo
logical setntnery In Omaha Haturuay aft
ernoon III and was not able to urtura
County Commissioners Hart snd Best
and County Surveyor McBrids were out
from Omaha Wedneaday looking over the
situation after tito flood.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
club will be held Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. tieorgs Fouts. Muslo and
a parliaments! drill will comprise Ike
Active business hss sgain been resumed
after the flood which raged Friday snd
Saturday. The greatest damage right in
the village was to the streets and a great
number of men and teams sre at work
repairing thea The greatest losses were
sustsined In the rsllroed yards and at
the valley Stock Yard and Grain com
pany. The elevator Is greatly damaged,
and of the twenty-seven miles of fence
in the vsrlous feeding ysrds twenty-five
miles st lesat Is down and a great part
of that completely destroyed. The loss
to this company Is estimated at at least
Ths village election resulted la favor
of license by 71 to si.
The condition of smsll grain was nevr
better lor this time of tne year.
A wreck of freight esrs south of towa
delayed all trains several hours stonoay.
Mrs. D. M. Hesrork snd her daughter,
Helen, were visiting la tiering lie- Fri
Will Fase hss bought ths lake ssloon
building and will convert it into a gar
Mrs. John Gorder snd family of Platts-
mouth are visiting with Mr. snd Mrs. W.
The Davidson-Thompson grading com
pany will move to Kansas City tne fore
part of next week.
Fire destroyed a barn on the old
Sandy farm, occupied by Jap Snodgrass.
Ao stock was burned.
Frank Graham and bride returned from
Kansas City Monoay and will mass their
asms in the Spearman residence.
The Congregstlonsl church will give
an Easter cantata Sunday evening, en
titled, "From Gethsemane to Calvary."
Springfield wss on the main Hne of
the Miraotui Pad fie all this week, as
the Louisville bridge waa tne only one
doing business en the river from platts
mouth to Grand Island.
15?" "US"8 "ned them a sur
prise last Friday evening, the day being
werewed flftryears ago, and they have
we v Urania waa are ninswl tnai
Misses Lois and Lillian Anderson were
Omaha visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Miller of Tutan. Neb., is visiting
her sister, Mrs, C. W. Peters. .
Miss Noon of Omsha Is visiting bar
sunt. Mrs. Pierce Ryan, this week.
Clifford Harrow and Duncan Roberts of
Omaha were Millard visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Rosker and mother. Mrs. Waeb
tei of Wymore, visited la Valley Monday.
Miss Tina Harmson of Papillkm waa a
guest of Margaret Setrt several days last
Mrs. George Fallon visited Wrdneadsy
with her sister, Mrs. Galiagner at Souls,
Miss Anns, sleecb lalunwd to Omaha
Monday after a short visit with bat
Frye and Httle son of Ceune
Braffs, were guests at Dr. and Mis
IT i ! ii Wniln , ir
Mb and Mrs. owespte sod chOdrea atj
Omsha visited last Wednesdsy with ths
11. 4, Schmidt family.
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Baldwin and Miss
Gladys Baldwin of. Omaha, wers guests
of the F. A.' Bsldwin family 8unds
Mrs. Harry Murphy snd Miss Edna
Bsldwin of Lincoln, arrived Sunday for
a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F, A Baldwin. ,
Mlas Alma Peterson wss In Omsha be
tween trains Thursday,
Mrs. A. C. Deln went to Omaha Wednes
dsy to visit Mrs. I. i. Mullen.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Christophers wars
visitors al the Deln boms Thursday.
Mrs. Finch In entertaining her sister,
Mrs Finch ot Bancroft. Neb., thla week.
Mr. snd Mrs. C. Brewster snd children
were visitors st the home of 0. R. Brew
Mrs. Howard Custer, who went to
Omahs last week to neve sn operation. Is
getting slong nicely.
Mrs. M. W. Hsll went to the hospltsl
in Omaha Ralurdsy to taks trestmeat
for a cancer on her fsee.
On sccount of the floods Mr. D. C.
Krats haa been unable to leave with his
csr of household goods for California.
The Christian Kndeavor of Irvlngton
will give a plsy called "Mr. Glynn's Wife"
Friday evening. April It Everybody In
vited. Admission, 2s cents.
The high wster Isst week took out
two spans of the bridge near ths mill.
W. R. Mills snd sister went to Wyo
ming to visit his old horns for a short
Mrs. C. W. Hickey wss vlaltlng with
her mother, Mrs. Chsrles Wilts of Elk
horn, thla week.
A. V. Msngold snd wife of Springfield
were visiting st the home of his parents
Saturday and Sunday.
There were several who west out hunt
ing this week, but on sccount et lbs high
wster had very poor eheotlng.
There have been no trains running out
of here regularly since Isst Thursday
on account of the washout west of
IOWA WOMAN NAMED
, INDIAN SCHOOL TEACHER
WASHINGTON, D. C. April s.-tSpe-elsl
Telegram ) Lillian Q. Schumacher
of Davenport. la., was appointed teacher
In the Pins Ridge Indian agsncy, South
Dakota. Jesiea Q. Llndstrom ot South
Omsha hss been appointed meat In
spector In connection with ths Bureau
of Animal Industry located at LsCroass,
For all hi ths Northwest whether look
ing for Business locations. Farming or
Pleasure Trips. Unexcelled train ser
vice via ths Boo Une from St. Paul
and Minneapolis. Address W. R. Harley,
D. P. A., tN Fifth St. Des Moines, Is.
VL , 1
Wster hss been receding since Tueadsy
forenoon snd et o'clock Thursday morn-
s w ai in lowest point 01 ttunoay
before the second raise came, and Is Just
at the high water point of 1"1 and a foot
higher than the flood of IMS. Water at
the higheet point waa from three to fif
teen Ini hea In stores and ran as high as
five feet In s few dwellings: from that
down as low as only two or three Inches.
We apprehend no further trouble. No
estimate can be made of ths loss, but It
snd other goods, loss of stock, corn In
seta nouses and delay in farm and other :
wora, wT-ii cosi ot cleaning up oeDris
perhaps running as high as , In snd
Came so Ossaba ta ISTl-sTswepeper
maa alitor and ysbusaes of
ouais BXAamfaa, whieh
be established te Isoo.
It's up to "1 out Think It over!
Me doeeat esy "let tbs people rmls"!
fcs dossat say "Tbs yeopls shall
rals"! bwt ks does say
The people WUA rale."
Persistent Advertising is tbs Road to
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The Omaha Sunday Bee
what Mrs. Marjorie De Con eays in her fascinating article
. "Why husbands ought not to be perfect"
Mrs. Dei Coo left her husband because he was "too nearly
perfect," ' She will describe for Bunds Bee readers the kind
of man sbe thinks make good husbands.
For frivolous girls and others
Alt girts will be Interested Is the ,
Something new In which that delightful writer. Carolyn Wells,
and that best-of-all beauty artist, Penrhyn Btanlaws, have re
la borsted to produce. It Is about frivolous girls and la one of the
best maculae features ot the year. It appears exclusively In The
Omaha Sunday Bee.
Fat women listen to this
Mme. Lena Cavalierl has found saw ways te grow thin, and
she explains all of tbem for Bee readers In an article
"NEW WAYS TO GROW THIN."
In the Sunday 8h iclusiv). ,
Mutt and Jeff
Of course these wonderful characters are still with us. The
grand heroes of the fun ay pictures no better fun makers were ever
devised. Bee their Sunday stunt In The Bee.
Troubles among the comics
The four pages of colored comics beam with the rarest kind
of humorous doings. Next Sunday the great comic artists sre st
News from the front
Brilliant writers keep The Bee readers Informed on sporting
events, and Sunday s pink section will contain all the news from,
the various base ball camps about the country.
The best procurable anywhere :
These are only a few of the many features of The Omaha Sun
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they cannot pay the money that the famous Hearst Syndicate can.
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