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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1911
1 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS
I High State Bench Hand Iowa
1 Opinions in Numerous Cases.
PAVD.G DISPUTES FROM OMAHA
) " ' Crrlgbtea lalveraity t'aee la C
t revert y Over Daaaagee as a
Hrsalt f Catting Twtili
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
UXCOLN. Neb.. May ). 8pecuU..-
Io the caw of McCaffrey against the city
, of Omaha the motion to modify the
iarmer'oplnlon u overruled by the u
. prctne court today. The actual contm
' versy was whether the city had power
ta make a apecial assessment on prop
.erty IMna outside -of an unimproved dis
trict for too purpose of paying for im
provements within a. district.
. It wes decMc3 In substance that in or
der to warrant an assessment' of that
kind there must be a petition of property
uners In the proposed district; that
" jtreet improvement district must be
created; that the levy of taxes for such
improvement must be confined to prop-
v erty within the district which has bees
socially benefitted by the Improvement
and that no taxes for such Improvement
can be levied on property outside of tie
i Swath Omaha Daaate Salt.
The case of Stephen I. Brown, revived
in the name of Frank L. McCoy, admin
istrator, against Swift and Company, la a
suit for personal Injury received In the
packing house of the defendant at South
Omaha. The plaintiff sets forth that he
I waa Injured when attempting to haul
V " ' truck load of meat from a freight car to
J . the sweet pickle cellar of the defendant
I I company's packing house. Thrown recov
F - sred a Judgment agajnst the packing
,j company In the district court of Douglaa
county In the sum of CfiS and the casa
waa appealed by the defendant to the
Nebraska suprema court. - v Brown died
, liter the case was sent la tha higher
Ssy"Jrt and the same waa revived by the
eajlniinittrslor of the estate. Tha supreme
fourt reverses the lower court on the
ground that the plaintiff waa familiar
. with the work and knew tha danger In
connection with tha work ha waa doing.
arlf erase Reversed.
The case of Clyde E. Csrlos against tha
i Hastings Telephone company Is one In
' which the plaintiff sued the defendant
. for additional salary ss managar of tha
Ljf j telephone company, claiming that ha waa
io1 receive 10 a month after tha first
wo or three monthe If he made good
being an advance of VS per month. He
sued In the district court of Adami
' county for 1300 due and received a lurig-
ment In full for that amount. Tha case
was appesled to the state supreme court
and the latter haa reversed tha Judgment
jjrt of tha district court.
) ( Ity Beats Inlvevulty.
' Tha casa of tha Creigliton university
1j against tha city of Omaha for damages
i suetalned by reason of the grading of
Twenty-fourth street In that dty from
Hurt street to Cass was decided In favor
of the dty.' Tha university claimed dam
ages In the aum of C2,, but tha city
.ovouncu cut tha amount down - to 170.
June t, a notice of appeal waa pre
sumably made, although no record ap
pears. Later the city filed a motion In
district court to dismiss tha appeal ahd
Wetted to tha Jurisdiction of tha court
upon tha ground that no petition wat
filed as required by section HI of tha city
charter. Tha court dismissed tha appeal
and the plaintiff then appealed to the
supreme court, which sustains the Judg
ment of tha district court on tha ground
that tha law requires tha filing of a pe
tition to be tha first and Jurisdictions:
act within tha thirty days prescribed and
, that the petition was 01
Removal ttf llaaw
The case of Henry I
ja Antelope County Ir
that tha petition was not so filed.
W. sweat against
Insurance com Deny
V.. tg Involves the removal of household goods
I from tha building In which they were at
I the time they were Insured to another
building, which tha Insurance company
claims did not come under tha require
' menu as to insurable property. Plaintiff
claims .the goods were moved with the
consent of the defendant. The district
court of Antelope county directed a ver
dict In favor of the company, and on
appeal to tha supreme court by the plain
tiff the verdict of tha lower court la
sualatned. .' . - .
Preeautlwaa Ka. Takea
Tha casa of Walter O. Snults against
the Burlington railway, made oa appeal
of the railway company from tba Judg
ment of the Lancaster county district
court, which gave tha plaintiff a Judg
mtnt of $1,100 and costs, waa reversed by
tha supreme court. The plslntlff waa In
jured hi a freight ear in which ha had
soma household goods and five horses
whlck he waa shipping from one Ne
braska town to another. Ha waa thrown
and Injured when a freight train bumped
against the car, which was standing on
the scale track where It waa to be
weighed. Tha reversal by tha suprema
court Is nuula oa the ground that tba
plaintiff knew of the danger and did not
take ordinary precautions, and that the
Injury was not sustained by any wilful
act oa tba part of the railroad aotnpany.
District t wart NriemeJ.
Tha casa of KltsseraUl against tha
Union Stock Yards company is one In
whkk plaintiff was killed while making
a coupling of a car to a train of cars.
Th ecase has twice bees tried la tba dis
trict court of Douglas county. In tha
firot trial tha corrrt Instructed the Jury
to return, a verdict for the defendant
From that Judgment the plaintiff appealed
io th esuurene court tnd the Judgment
of tha lower court was reversed. At tha
second trial the jury returned a verdict
cguittHt tha company ia the sum of PU-
Oa the hearing of the motion before tha
iIMitet court for a new trial tba court
vidcrcd a towering of the Judgment ta
K and the case waa again appealed
Mmw Bemedy That Besmevea freckles
es Ceerts Votaiag.
Here's a ..hance. Miss rYo-kle-FSA-e.
J ta try a new remedy for frecklee wild
i h auarantee of a reliable dealer that
f it will not cesTt yoej a penny unless it
J- remove the rrecklse, while if it does
, give yea a clear oanplexJoa tha ex
(nae is trifling,
a ' Simply get aa oanee of othlne double
? strength, from Bee roe Drug Company
t n- oe night's treatment will sho
J lw easy it ia to rid yourself of the
jT . homely freckles and get a beautiful
9 complexion. Rarely la more than .ine
I ouaiw aoasod for the worst caa
t' ' Be sure to aak Beaton Drug Company
tor she double strength othiae. as thla
' la the ealy prescription sold under guar
, aatee ef money back st it fauia to re-
-; cove frertlea
to the supreme court. Tbe supreme court
now reverses the Judgment of the district
court and remands It back tor further
proceedings, unless the plaintiff within
thirty- daya enters a temlttltur of t3m.
If such Is tiled the Judgment of the dis
trict court will be affirmed for SS.M0. the
coats of appeal to be taxed to the plala
tlff and all other coats to the defendant.
Nearly all offices at the state house
are closed today and the occupants
thereof are either making speeches out in
the state at some of the Memorial day
gatherings or are eliminating weeda la
the back yard garden.
. t tears tar Coavlete.
The penitentiary observed Memorial day
today by giving the convicts apecial prtv
lieges and cutting out sjl labor of every
kind. Bcepial aervlces were held in the
chapel this morning and the convicts
were given the freedom of this yard until
dinner time, while tbe prison band fur
nished music fqr their entertainment. As
a special treat today after the dinner,
the prisoners were given clears.
The body of J. W. McDonald will reach
Lincoln Friday morning at t:3 over the
Rock Island and wlU be taken to the
borne of W. M. Leonard, Twentieth and
F atreets, where the services for the
funeral will be held at I p. m.
Bartrle tieta Sew Trial.
William Bartela of Dakota county, who
was sentences' to the penitentiary for
throe years for stealing chickens, bss
had hta case taken up by the supreme
court and In consequence .he will be
given another trial. The court decided
that the law regarding the stealing of
chickena ia valid, but that the evidence
against Battels was not sufficient to
warrant that kind of a verdict Bartela
stole fifty-six chickens, or at least waa
found guilty of burglarising a hen coop
and carrying off that number. When the
time came to Identify the chickena It
was found that their tails had been
"docked" and that identification a
PERU SENDS TEACHERS
FOR ALLIANCE SCHOOLS
ALLIANCE Neb.. May -(Spertal.V-C.
A. Anderson of Peru has been secured
as principal of Alliance High school for
the coming year. 8. P. Clements and Miss
Martha Greenlee, the former to be super
visor of manual training and the latter
teacher of sixth grade, also come from
General Superintendent Welsh witti a
party of maintenance of . way officials
In a Colorado and Southern car were In
the city tody inspecting the new rail
laying and tie sawing machines being
used by the Burlington on their line Just
east of here with a view of adopting the
same class of machines for tha Colorado
and Southern railroad.
Mayor Barnes brought his stop watch
Into play yesterday when be noticed E.
I. Gregg making what he thought more
than twelve miles an hour with his auto
mobile on one of the city streets, with
the result that Oregg pleaded guilty and
later waa fined $1 and costs.
F. M. ifnlght, president of the Alliance
National bank, returned today from an
extended trip through the south, where he
went for the benefit of his health and
HASTINGS' CITY COUNCIL
OPPOSES POWER FRANCHISE
HASTING. Neb.. May -8pecial.l-The
city council has tsken a decide!
stand agalnat the proposed franchise for
the Hastings Heat and Power company,
which desires the right to lay mains In
the streets and alleys for the distribution
of steam heat and electric energy foi
power purposes. By a vote of six to two
the council refused to advance the meas
ure for final conslderstlon, and while it
Is still pending It has little or no chance
for passage. The objection ia to the elee
trie power clause, the council being un
willing to permit competition with the
city plant, although the company declares
that It would furnish such power by direr
current cheeper than the city can furnish
It by alternating current. Mayor Miles
haa recommended a revision of the rates
charged by the munldpal plant, but Is
opposed to permitting a private company
to engage In business In competition with
tha dty. 'There Is no opposition to the
steam heat clause of the proposed fran
DECORATION DAY OBSERVED
BY GOOD FOLK OF WAYNE
WAYNE. Neb., May M.- Special Tele
gram.) Decoration day was observed here
today. Many of the business houses were
decorated with flags and bunting and
from 1 to 4 o'clock all the stores were
closed. At I:, Casey poet No. 5.
(hand Army of the Republic, escorted
by the Wayne Commercial club band
marched to the opera house where Rev.
B. P. Richardson, pator of the BaptHt
church delivered the Memorial address. At
the conclusion of the program at the
opera house the veterans were taken
la autoa to the cemetery where a large
crowd had assembled. Here the graves
of departed comrades were covered with
flowers and th regular Grand Army of
the Republic ritual exercises performed.
Vmrtmmr Canakt In Lister,
TECUMSEH. Neb.. May -(Spectal.)-E.
Edmlsten. a farmer living four and one-
half miles east of this, dty, was the vic
tim' of an accident yesterday. He was
driving four horses to a lister and the
animals became unmanageable and en
CeaVored to run. away. Mr. Edmtsten's
kg got mixed up la the machinery In
seme manner. Two bones of his inetep
were dislocated, and the ligaments of his
inkle and foot were badly strained. Dr.
M Ktewart attended to the Injured man.
He will not be able to work for some
iittle time, but he haa the satisfaction
of having accident Insurance amounting
to tlS per week.
Baalists seet at Mtrwssabaray.
STROM.SBl'RG. Neb.. May M. -Special.)
-The First Swedish Baptist church Is
Disking arrangements to take care of the
state convention of the Mwedleh Baptist !
church, which will convene In this dty
ok June s. I. and t, A large delegation
of representatives of the churches
throughout the stste and visitors from
other states are expected and prepare-
tions are being made to accommodate all
K slants e HeM Meaaioa.
HAXT1.NGS, Neb.. May Ml -4 Apecial )
The Hastings lodge of the Knights of
Columbus have planned to bold a reunion
in thla city aa October It. The initiation
of a class of fifty or more candidate
will be one of the features at the meet
lag. which ia expected to attract mem
tvrs from throughout the stale.
One Dollar Secures a Lot
In our beautiful addition to Omaha, close to the car line and adjoining Elmwood Park, on West Leavenworth Street It has such a magni
ficent view for miles to north, south and west we have named it
See These Prices, $50 to $295
The lots run from $50 to $295, with a few very choice lots a little higher. Every lot is sold for $1 DOWN, AND 50c A WEEK for most
of the lots a few are $1 a week.
No Interest No Taxes
We charge no interest and we pay the taxes until the lot is paid for. There are no payments when you are sick or out of employment.
The title is perfect and we give a warranty deed and abstract free of charge.
YeuHave Immediate Possession
You can start to build, plant or improve in any way as soon as you pay your .dollar. BUT NO SHACKS OR UNSIGHTLY HOUSES
CAN BE BUILT IN OVERLOOK. It must be forever restriced to neat homes and desirable neighbors.
f Overlook the Beautiful
This is no ordinary addition. One visit will tonvince you of that. People are thrilled by its wonderful, high, commanding view over miles
of beautiful valleys and hills. It borders Elmwood Park for half a mile and cannot ever be duplicated in Douglas County for natural advantages.
Buy for Your Children New
Some day you will want to get away from the hot, dusty, close-in part of the city and move out where you cm have a garden and chickens,
and your children can grow up strong and safe from street cars and autos. Or you will want to leave a small piece of real estate for your wife
or children, so they will have a place to live an inheritance. Start now by buying two or more lots in Overlook.
Come Today Come Tonight Come Tomorrow
We were kept in Overlook until 10 o'clock last evening by lot buyers. We have ten salesmen tearing off tags for purchasers. There art
424 lots in alL WE SOLD 115 THE FIRST DAY WEDNESDAY so you can see they will not last but a few days. " "
Great Values in Overlook
Land opposite Overlook on the Dodge Street Road is selling for $2,000 and $3,000 an acre. Only the wealthy can buy acres there. But
you can buy two or more lots just as good and only one-third as far from a car line for 50c or $1.00 a week for each lot, without Interest or taxes.
How to Reach Overlook
It is almost as light as day these fine, moonlight nights. Take a West Leavenworth car after supper tonight and come to Elmwood Park.
Our free carriages and autos meet every car and take you THREE SHORT BLOCKS to Overlook Walk if you wish, but ride if you will, as
there is no obligation to buy. We are pleased to have you come, anyway, and we are too busy to importune you if you wish to walk around alone.
BRING YOUR DOLLAR AND COME AT ONCE. WE SELL ONLY ON THE GROUND, DAY AND NIGHT.
N. P. DODGE & COMPANY
206 WITHNELL BUILDING.
State High Schools
YORK, Neb., May -(Spsclel.)The
closing exercises of the public schools of
this city were held at the opera house
last night, finishing a most successful
year; In fact, the best In the history of
the schools. Xn superintendent, who has
held that position several years, haa been
secured for the coming year. H. M. Chllde,
prealdent of the Board of Education, pre
sented diplomas to the following grad
uates: Hasel Lillian Bell. Ella M. Beck-
ord, Ruth fi. Brown, Bessie A. Blck, Effle
Viola Conway, Emily s.ucy cox, Etnei u.
Cox, Ruth E. Callendor. Myrtle M. Dough.
erty. Olenes Graham. Clare Ureen, Emma
Jeske, Oeorge Cecil Keyee, Eather Kuna,
William Paul Medlar, Nellie Moore, Hugh
B. Mulvaney, Cecylle M. Newbold. Helen
Mary Plumb, Cart A. Rosenlof, Robert
H. Thomas, Mildred Tout, Mollis Vols,
Earl Warner, Earl Wledman. '
8TROM8BURO. May .-Spclsl.)-The
eighth grade graduating exercises of ths
Stromsburf public school was beld last
evening at the Stromsburg opera house.
There were thirteen boys and sixteen
girls, a total of twenty-nine. In the class.
A splendid program was rendered by the
pupils and diplomas were presented to
them by Prof. E. A. Boost rom, superin
tendent of the Stromsburg schools. The
high school graduating exercises take
place this evening at the opera bouse
snd the commencement exercises on Fri
day evening, when the graduating class
will be addreased by Don I Love of
Lincoln. There are thirteen graduates
from the high school thla year.
Miss Amela Rasmussen, county super
intendent, has arranged to hold tbe
county eighth grade graduating exercises
at the Stromsburg opera house) June U,
Prof. Wolf of the state university will
address the graduates. '
Jl'UAN, Neb.. May M.-8pectak)-The
eighth and ninth grades of tha Julian
High school beld graduating exercises at
the United Brethren church. Dr. Homer
C. House of Peru delivered the class ad
dress. The diplomas were- presented by
Mlsa Nemaha Clarke, Nemaha county su
perintendent. Tha ninth grade graduates
are Gladys Hauptman. Cecil Maxey.
Evelyn Robirda, Grlvea Bhuater. Lucy
Stephana, Vivian Stowell, Lola Kennedy,
Mildred Huffrr, Susie Lux, Edith Robirda,
Floyd Bandoa, Ralph Btephens and ray
Jones. Eighth grade graduates from the
county schools were present with those
from the tame grade In the Julian school.
COLUMBUS. Neb.. Msy 3.-(Speclsl
Telegram.) Last evening the commence
ment exercises for the class of tsu at
the Columbus schools were held in the
North opera bouse and a class of twenty
five received diplomas. The class ad
dress. "Dollars and sense." was delivered
by A. E. Wiggsra of North Vernon. Ind.
Tbe salutatory was given by Oiga
Oehlrich and the valedictory by Martha
Woostry. Tbe class, which is tbe largest
ever graduated from the Columbus
Is as follows: Olga Oehlrich.
Stella botsa. W. J. Gerheld. Harry Hagel,
; Frances gchllx. Grace McTaggart, fttelle
Kumirer, Walter Xauman, Bey West-
brook. Helen Howard. Clara Covert. Mil
dred Cbapia, Faye Scbonied. Harry
Colton. Nina North. Ivaa Kinsman,
Stephen Kent. May Keating. Herman
Kaufman. Ralph Taylor. Opal Snyder.
Martha .Woostry. Ella Boeher, Veronica
Deineen, Helen HageL
Tomorrow evening the alumni banquet
will be held at the high school building.
Persj stent Advertising sj
the Road U
UPLAND WILL DEDICATE
NEW PARK WITH STREET FAIR
' ' UPLAND.' Neb.. May -(Special.
On Thursday, Juns 18. a big pi oils and
street fair will be held In Uplsnd under
the combined auspices of the local Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows lodge and
the village board. At this time the Up
land park, donated seven years ago by
the Lincoln Land company, will be opened
to the public. Among other prominent
speakers to be present are ex-Oovemor
Shallanberger, State Auditor Silas Barton
and his democratic opponent In the Fifth
district congressional fight, R. D. Suther
land, W. C. Dorsey and W. J, Vosshurg,
grand master of the Nebraska Indepen
dent Order of Odd Fellows lodge.
The committee In charge will have a
big automobile booster trip to all the sur
rounding towns on Friday, Juns I
The Republican Valley Medical society
will hold Its quarterly meeting at Hold
reus on Friday. May a. The all day ses
sion will be followed by a bsnquet at
I p. m.
THREE FREGHT CARS
BURN AT BROKEN BOW
BROKEN BOW. Neb.. May 10. -(Special.)
Three freight cars belonging to
the Burlington, loaded with eld ties,
caught fire late yesterday afternoon caus
ing much excitement tn the yards and
bringing out the dty fir department, A
fierce wind waa blowing from ths north
at the time and for a while It looked as
though the burning embers would be car
ried to (he adjoining house and cause a
conflagration. The fire waa a most stub
born one ta fight but through the efforts
of the department, th flame were kept
from spreading. The fire arlglnsted In
sparks from the engine. Previous to the
sisrm a locomotive belonging to Local
Freight No. ff, ran Into a switch and
was derailed, several hours elapsing be
fore the work crew succeeded In getting
It back to ths track. No on was Injured.
M'CbOK BOOSTERS RETURN
. FROM SOCIABILITY TOUR
M'COOK. Neb.. May -(Special Teas
gram.) On hundred McCook boosters
completed their sociability tour last night.
In twenty-two automobiles they covered
four counties snd visited a dosea towns,
traveling 2N mile la th two daya they
were absent. Tbe McCook band of twenty
pieces acompanled them. They were
practically all member of the McCook
Commercial club. Another tour covering
territory cast of McCook Is contemplated.
MXOOK'S BOOSTERS PAY
SHORT VISIT AT TRENTON
TRENTON. Neb.. May -(Special Tel
egram.) MoCook's Booster club, accom
panted by ths McCook band, on Its so
ciability run arrived from the west to
day and was welcomed with a few re
marks by F. M. Flanaburg of the But
ness Men' club. A band concert fol
lowed refreshments and cigars by the
Aete fear Cessmsan asl at 61ft.
FALLS CTTT. Neb, Msy -( Special.)
Mayor Ley da presented bis twin daugh
ters. Misses CSmllle and Lucille Leyds.
with aa automobile, coating (MM a a
commencement gift The young women
were graduated from the Falls City Hign
school at th eras f th present term.
Misses Anna Seff and Edna Carleo f th
same claes received diamond ring as
" ; Throughout State
COLUMBUS, . Neb., May .-(8pei'lal
Telegram.) Memorial, day was observed
here todey tolth sppropriste ceremonies
The old soldier wer escorted to North
opera house by th Sons of Veterans,
Spenleh Wsr Veterans, Ih fire depart
ment and the Columbus city band, where
memortsl exercises were held under the
auspices of Baker post No, t. Grand
Army of the Republic After th exer
clsee the organisations formed, and,
heeded by th band, marched to the
cemeteries, where the graves of the sol
diers were decorated snd slso the graves
of the members of the fire department.
The old soldiers were taken to the ceme
teries In automobiles
MOVING PICTURE COMPANY
DENIES LAWJS VIOLATEO
WASHINGTON, Msy 3 -The Motion
Picture Patent company has submitted
a brief to J.ttorney General Wlrkershan.'
designed to refute any suspicion Ihst
there Is a motion picture trust In viola
tion of the Sherman anti trust law. Ths
Department of Justice haa been Inveatt
gating the picture business for - several
months to ascertain whether the bounds
of the legal monopoly granted by the
patents haa been overreached. Tbe com
pany's brief argue that th business is
being conducted with observance of law
under patent rights.
HEAD OF ORPHANS' HOME
GIVEN, TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
CHICAGO. Msy Jt-Rev. J. H. Hudson,
a negro, former hada of tha Hudson
orphan asylum. In Carroll avenue, an In
stitution for colored children, waa found
guilty today of a aerlous charge made
against him by two young girls, former
Inmates of th asylum. A Jury fixed
Hudson's punishment at twenty-five
years la the penitentiary. . ,
OMAHA OPTOMETRISTS j
ELECT NEW OFFICERS
The Omaha Optometrist, an rfan..
tattoo of Omaha opticians, held their sn-,
nual election of officers and banquet
Wednesday at th Loyal hotel and elected :
th following officers fur tte ensulne ,
year: Joen Hotel, president; August John-1
eon. tic preslnent: tulph Donahey. sec
retary and treasurer. ..
nit Osvleaai et tWrhf.
HASTINGS. Neb.. May l.-(Specikl.)-Fred
Large of Holstcin ha-i brought suit
In th d'ltrtct court here to recover 16. tW
from John Flher. hi nelelibve, for Ir.- '
Juries alleged to have been inflicted. In a
The Pure Product of
Nature's Springs. You will
febrttt and dobetlf-J-for using
GJasa ana Arlalng tor
personsl encounter. Both are defendants
in the county court In soilons for crim
RICHARD HARDING DAVIS IS
SUED BY WIFE FOR DIVORCE
CHICAGO, May S -Richard Harding
pavls. author, playwright and w
correaponoent waa sued for divorce In
the superior court today by Mrs, Cecil
Clark Davis, who alleges desertion.
Mrs. Davis, a .daughter of J. M. Clark
of Chicago, waa, married to Davit on
April 4 at Marlon, Mass., In IB, a ft or
a courtship under romantic circumstances.
She recently arrived here preparatory
to bringing th Suit.
Persistent Advancing I th Road ta
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a reputable merchant sella his goods.
A given sum buys a certain amount
of insurSnr. no mora and no less
A big premium Is not charged and an
estimate mad of how much of a re
fund or dividend will be returned at th
end of each year or at soma future date,
as twenty years. Every ststement and
figure I guaranteed.
The new policies which this com
pany Is now Issuing ars adapted to
meet the present conditions of the ap
plicant. The first premium Is usually
th hardest one to pay. Resitting this,
a very low premium la charged the first
year on certain kinds of policies. There
after the regular premium for the at
tained age la charged. This method
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THE LEE BROOM
is fcerffaw far tassp caira)v gad
agaJew fa? ymm
Tw will know eotnpleta broom
satisfaction when you as it
THE Ut BROOM is sold by
dealers every where. Ask yoar deal
er lor it to day.
and yon will bsvs
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sMrTwtrt broom ff 1
Jf. ue a mourn mvmm compvurj
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PHONE DOUGLAS 829.
Th beys ars snssrehing and th
girls, tow and User sea tain ry
are bard on their aheea It cant
be helped children must atay
ths only notaries) I te bar tk
bee shoe made
They stand th strata hot tec
thai any shoes you can bay
they aiw sewsd by th improved
McKay arona thsy haw rs
enforced ahanka and mCbamtat
vamp It's n wonder that pasw
ents everywhere tnakst eel esst
tlng Xtaw O -Clock Sboea. It
means a aavtng u thsra.
W have a flag for every '
school In th land. Boy and
girl everywhere era saving Kin
O'clock School Sho coupon to
exchange them for uu-g Ameri
catt Flag for their schools. Aak
your sho dealer about our plan
and write to-day for a vary In- 1
terssting history of "Our Flag." '
written by Francis Scott Kay III
beautifully Illustrated la three
colors. . Will be mailed ran
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