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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1913.
3pntiei Would Not let Majority
Chang-, Prayer Book
tMENT TO CORSTITUTION
(lona of Candidate to Pill
Fire Tacancle In Kpleo
1 a IVIM Jlr Mad
KKW TOIUC, Oct 17.-An amendment to
constitution making- it Impossible to
Ogt ths tills pas of the prayer book
otJrwi revls it without a two-
Jrfls rot of both the house of depu-
dM and th house of bishop wi
Wdopted overwtulmlnrjly lata today by
lb hous of dsputles of th Protectant
ScHscopal church In triennial convention
itr. Both houses must ratify the
taenamtnt before it become effective.
Important action by the houae of blh
Wt taken this afternoon and announced
tonight negative the propossl endorsed
7 the house of deputiea to make the pre
ens; bishop of the church elective,
(seniority of consecration now decides
Ibe choice. Nominations of candidates
fill five vacancies in the episcopate
Caused by the resignation of four bishop
Ktld the death of another will be made
The debate In the house of deputies
ever the constitutional amendment af
fecting prayer-book revision wa as
lded and spirited.
While efforts were made to keep out
ot the debate any direct reference to the
proposal to change the namo of the
church from Protestant Episcopal to
tonerlcan Catholic, Dr. William Manntntr.
Vbo offered the amendment, plunged di
rectly into that phase of the matter, and
afterwards. President Mann of the house
of deputies declined to rule out of order
deputies who undertook to answer Dr.
The debate brought out the Important
announcement that the proposal to change
tr name of the church, which it
b4u believed was dead, so far as this
oecventlon was concerned, would be
brought up In direct form on the floor
tit the "house of deputies before the con-due-Ion
of the present session.
It was aid 'he question wa to come
tap through a memorial from the diocese
f California. j
Dr. Manning made It clear in his ad
trs on the. amendment that his , pro
sel waa made In the Interest of church
tMufjQony. Ha explained hit objection to
Mm present name of the churchthat It
waa too cumbersome and did not suffi
ciently express the church's "splendid
eatholle cemprehenalvenes,'' but he did
not believe the church was yet ready for
"I believe." he said, "that It would be
wfsc ana teajutt and could do nothing
ku Kara, to snake auch a change until
a sjrt majority in the church shall be
ceetrlftced that It is desirable."
(From a BUiff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 17.-0pclal Telegram.)
-Two men, representing themselves to be
a deputy sheriff and Judge of Lancaster
county, secured $2S0 from two farmer by
the name of Charles and Theodore Streh
low last night and succeeded In getting
The Strchlow are Germans and live on
n. farm In the southwest part of Lancas
ter county near the town of Kramer, and
neither can read or write English. The
men rodo up to the house and told tho
farmers that they were wanted for a
murder committed thirty years ngo, and
had their victim so badly scared that
they readily put up the money, nil they
had, a security for their appearance in
court Monday morning', receiving from
tho men a receipt for the same.
Tile men drove a white liorso hitched to
a block top buggy. Both were thick set,
one wearing a blnck overcoat and t's
ether a tan coat.
The Student, b. g. (Ryorson)...... 7 8 4
Flower Direct Takei Cumberland for
LINCOLN APPEARS NEUTRAL
ON REMOVAL QUESTION
(From a Btaff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Oct. 17.-Bpcclal.)-It is evi
dent that the people of Lincoln aro be
ginning to see the light as related to the
Coming submission of tho proposition for
or against removal of the state univer
sity to the state farm, for the Lincoln
Commercial club has notified W. U. De
lano, secretary of the farmers' congress,
that tho club will furnish no representa
tive tii argue tho question if university
removal from a Lincoln- standpoint
The farmers' congress will be held in
Omaha at some time In the near future,
and Secretary Delano had thought it
would be a good stunt to pull of a debato
between Roes Hammond on the) side of
removal and some Uncoln man on the
side of tay-where-U-ls, but the notion
had! of the Lincoln end of the deal looks as
if the capital city was really willing to
lot the peoplo of tho state have some
thing to say about whoro their university
should be located.
Tho petitions In circulation asking for
the submission of tho people to a refer
endum vote arc nearly all In, and ac
cording to Chancellor Avery tlicro will
be sufficient names to Insure the sub
mission of the mntter.
Jff hite Sox andTNew
York Giants Begin
Tour at Oinci Today
CHICAGO. Oet. 17.The Chicago Whit
m 1m fcatt ". CMeage champion.
tt4 mtV JsJJHH TBi6 J,tfcHftAJ,1Vi Jfci
BewiWy 'Jterry . QraMner, left te
nlht for etas!, where tomorrow
tW wW nteet Mm New oYrtc National
In tke first nme ut a baa ball tour
awwtt tk wrM.
Manger MeOttw awl Use New York
ylaten left w Tork early teaay for
Cwnhwetl. Both teams wUl board tho
stesieJ train foUewttw tomorrow's gamo
atid, Joomsy to Chicago, Vhero the sec-
CM gas m tm ww will be playod.
PmMwt Cewltkev and a large num
ber of reetora accompanied the team to
ctaclaaaU. Tsa probabl lineup for tho
Uvwvu ac foltowat
White BexWeaver, sort! Schaefer,
third base: Chase flat basal Crawford.
rtJikt field; ol, center field; Callahan
or Isycalw, left flW; Berger, second
baae: aVaMc er Daley, eaten; Mens. Scott,
lerereni. Xelt, jltch.
New York National Snodgraes, cen
tr Ma. Wt fleM; Lobert, third
base; Do Tie. see4 baee; Merkle first
bam: Thorpe, rtsht field; Doolan. short;
Mere t Wlrvgo. catchu. Matliewson,
Ih. Tnmmt, Perdue, Hearne,
Oreighton Students h
tl t i ft n
raraue jjeiore uame
Cometock a Henetllcl,
Pitcher Ttttlnh Comitock of the Tltrers At
Toledo on October 2 secured a marriage
lloenso to wed Mis lHoronce La Franco
of DUluth, Minn. Their marriage Is tho
culmination of a base ball romance which
originated two year ago' on the base
ball grounds At Duluth.
Johnston a dood Thief,
Jimmy Johnson, center fletder on the
Frisco team, has stolen 118 bases this
season In the Paclflo Coast league. This
equal the league record made by lisp
Mvers. ana with two week left before
the end of the season Johnson hope to
t a new mark that will remain for all
TOMORROW IS THE DAY
BIk Distribution of Imperial Pattern
Frank lloirash, Jr., Win T11i Om
for 3il0 Facer In Mtrnlicht Itrat
from Del Iter ami Jler
L13X1NOTON, Ky., Oct lT.-Two stakes
were contested for yesterday at the Grand
rirmill mt!nr. the Cumberland for 8:05
pacers and tho Blue Orass for 2.10 racers,
Flower Direct won the former race
fler losln the first heat to Walter
Cochato. In the third heat Longworth B.
broke badly and collided with Walter
Cochato. The gelding was distanced but
i Unwed to start In the next heat
because of the accident
Frank Bogssh, Jr.. won the Blue Grass
stake In straight heat from Del Hey
and Herman Wenger, tho latter being dis
tanced In the final heat The roc trot
resulted in a straight heat victory for
BrlKlit Axworthy olosely pushed by Mor-
In In the first ahd second heats, and ny
Herka In the third.
The 2:M trot, also a straight heat race,
was won by Jim Todd, Fnst Tramp tak
ing second money. Summaries:
Trottln? 2:15 class, best three In five,
Bright Axworthy, b. g., by Ax
Morine, b. m. (Uox)
Lee Bloseom, ch. m. (Clark)...,,.. 10 B
Itoulse, br. m. (Oeers) 8
Medium xpectation. o. m. tuaviij a o iu
Helen Wllstar. b. m. (Jones) ..... u ill
liAtmA TnHil. hr. tn. (Murohr)... 11 It 9
Bacie uaron, o. m. (uom wu
Time. i:c'.il Wtt;
The Cumberland stake for pacers eligi
ble to the 2:05 class June is, tnreo in
five, value I10CO-
llnarer nirert. h m.. hv Direct
Btsr (Whitehead) 2 1 1 1
IV'nllee Cnehnlo. hlk. h.. bv Coch-
atrt rivffi i
Longworth B , b. g. (Murphy) ... I S I I
Jones Gentry, b. g. (Murphy).. 4 t d
Time. zmk. J:w'k; i:'J'; i:vYi
Trotting, 2:0 class, three In five, purso
W. ... . ...
Jim Tooa, or. n., Dy ioua inn-
Fast Tramp, ro. h. (McDonald),., a J
Palmer De Forest b. g. (Oeborne) B a j
Jay MOCK, d. g. (uowerman;
Blr John. ch. g. (Vanbrunt) i bm
The Mason, b. g. (Cox)... Js
Walter J.. blk. f. (BiacKnouBoj.. u
Time. x:ii: z:w; i
ti, Tttn nr. atakM for nncem. eligi
ble to the 2:10 class June 16, threo in five,
value $2,000 ,
Frank Bognsh, Jr., b. g., by Frank
UogRSh (Murpny) Lit
Del Bey. h. h. (Cox) ...a..........
Herman wenger. d. n. vaioniiii "
Time. 2:09 i 2.C8: frjQIU
nls; Fire nt lleno, NeT.
ItBNO, Nev., Oct 17. Fire of mysteri
ous origin destroyed tho Nevada Hard
ware and Supply company's store In thl
city this morning. The loss 1 estimated
Perlstent Advertising 1 the Itoad to
From Our Near Neighbors
CrsMfttaw tlrwrty stuieats, at a sum
wmumt at the cretghton colleg last
rkvc, bs atana for a student parade
preeaee the apenlar of the aa be
tweeti Maraaetta aa4 Crelckua an
Crettfclaa Hel4 isatucday. Dr. L 1L
Srt of the dental department Bre-
Ma. a4. reuatng sjteeenea were saad by
Oeaeki Marry Miller, Athlatie Dlractor
.WM, aa4 ethers.
The parade wilt be through th center
at Oaaaha and 1,690 students will take
art. Tna collega band will ba in the
hA. All atudeata will coiwrwate at
Ut law college, Eighteenth and Douglas,
at 1:M n. m.
The Cretghton team took Its final
ftfRaaaxe Thursday afternoon, the var
ally tearing great holes tn the scrub
Xneua, The game with Marquette will be
ailed at 8 o'clock. I
The Marquette team will arrive in'
ahi today. They held Wisconsin to
thtrt points last Saturday.
IN SESSION AT LINCOLN
LINCOLN. Neb., Oct 1TTh general
aenfareno of tho Oermaa Congregational
fcurcss of the United States and Can
aa etni4 this avenlrur In the German
Men College church of Lincoln, Th
enfereetca, which Is expected to bring
aae rssjrsstntatlvss of the denomination
sVesa eWferent stales of tho union and
Onus, will continue until October 21.
The coafereaoe sermon tonight waa
by Prof. If. Obenhaus of Chi-
In connection with th national
ministers and laymen of Ne-
churche began their annual
It is not improbable that many of
ur lady readers aro on the tiptoe of
expectation, anxiously awaiting the
great opportunity of getting a complete
assortment of tho most Up-to-date em
broidery patterns which will beavttllable
tomorrow at The Bee.
These embroidery patterns are In keep
ing with thl progrosslvo age and ate
operated by a new and Improved proc
ess, which permits them to be trans
ferred a number of times In perfect do
tall and without injury to oven tho most
Whon it Is considered that embroidery
patterns bought In the usual way ntfvor
coat leas than 10 cents each, and often
more, the lady reader of The Bee will
appreciate the advantago of a complete
qutflt for OS cents, which at the regular
rata would entail an expenditure of
more than $10, To obtain one of theee
outfits it wilt only bo necessary to clip
six coupons from any date or dates of
The Bee and present them with G$ cents
at The Bee office, or If th outfit is to
be forwarded by mall, send six coupons
and TI centj", the extra 7 cent being
required for postage on the packet
A coupon will be printed In. this, paper
each day during the distribution until
the enormous consignment of Imperial
Pattern Outfits Is completely exhausted,
m Frank Graham haa returned from
a visit to Davenport la.
John Bchoal I making extensive im-(
provement In his residence.
Howard Freeman of Balem, Mo., was
the guest of Lewis Johnson.
llev. Mr. Warne Of Lowlston was In
town Thursday calling on friends.
IteV. F. M. Fagan and family now have
moved into the Methodist parsonage.
Frank Comte. Jr., and Philip Cornish
went to Valentine to register In the land
G. L. Blake has bought' a farm- at
Merne, la., and will movo his family
thero next month.
Thoma Hamilton, who Is now attend
Ing a medical college in Omaha, paid us
a vlalt last Saturday.
Thomas Nelson and L. C. Johnson went
to North Platte to try their luck for a
homestead on the forest reserve.
Chris Durkop has bought the forty-acre
farm south of town from Mr. Susan
Johnson. Tho price paid wa $3,800.
W. A. Klrkpatrlck of Lincoln wa
calling on friend the fore part of the
week. Ho f9rmerly lived in thl vicinity.
It ha been proposed that Harpy county
sell the poor farm. There is but one In
mate at present People who come to
Harpy county do pot stay poor.
Miss Mary Heacock, formerly of this
place, and A. W. Cross of Crawford, Neb.,
were married nt tho home of the brldo
at Los Angeles, Cnl., on October . They
Will make their home In Crawford.
pr. C. W. Baldwin Is seriously 111 with
pneumonia. t t
' J. W,.Uouiey yrfi- a; Waterloo .viMto?;.
mss. Herman iiomsn went to vreie on
Monday to vUlt relatives.
nr. ana Mrs, wwiam Anaerson nave
a new babv ulrl. bora Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, John Eggea aro the Par-'
cm or a paiiy gin, norn Tuesaay.
Mr. B. F. Calvert went to Uncoln
Thursday to visit Mrs. J. D. Mlcksr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Belt entertained a
host of friend Friday at their home.
John McCormlck of Omaha waa visiting
his sister. Mrs. Jack Wlnterburn, Friday
Cnrl Frahm of Osceola. Neb., visited
Mends here between train on Saturday.
Henry Meyer was called to Montlvldeo,
Minn., Saturday, on account of the serious
nines of his brother.
Mesdome Grove, Baldwin nnd Van
Camp of Omaha came Friday to visit at
tho Dr. Baldwin home.
George Paasch has sold hi hardware
tore to a man from Tekamah, Neb., who
will take possession October 1.
The famlies of George Paajich and
Claus Holllng attended the birthday party
of Mr. HolUng'n father near Irvlngton on
Mrs. William Welch returned Thursday
from a visit with relatives at Allen
' Mr, and Mr. It. Z. Wedgewood ar
rived Monday from Enid, Okt. Mrs,
Wedgewood has entered the Omaha Gen
eral hospital for a. slight operation.
Mr. L. F. Buckley entertained the
Woman' club Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. It B, Armstrong led a very Inter
esting lesson on Monte Carlo.
Rev. It E, Housman, superintendent of
Educational Sunday school work for No.
brasko, preached at the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning, and in the after
noon aavo a talk on Sunday school work.
Mr. 3 Tlrnilrr of Allentown, r-, I
visiting with her tster, Mr. James C.
The young men of Papllllon have organ
ised a dancing club. The firt dance was
given at tho opera house Batunlay even
ing. Dance will bo given eVery two
week, during the season.
rtev. B. A. Fye wa taken vory suddenly
111 Monday morning. He Is Improving
Mrs. Emerron of Omaha came out Bun
day evening to visit her daughter, Mrs. It
W. It Nightengale spent Sunday with
his daughter, Mrs. Martin Mortensen, at
br. James C, Agee wa in attendance
at the meeting of alumni or we univer
sity of Nebraska Medical college Tues
day. A banquet wan given at tho University
club by the alumni and Dr. Agee, clas
of 1902, wa toastmaater Tuesday even
Mrs. Irving Presba and Jimmie text
Wednesday morning for a visit with her
parents, Mr. ana Mrs. unorp, at urcwor,
It M. Erway. who wa 111 with an at
tack; of the grip tho first of last weak,
waa taken with a serious relapse Mon
day afternoon and Is still very 111.
The Voltes' Woman' dab gave a publlo
reception for the teacher of th;. Valley
publlo schools at tho home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Butt Thursday evening.
W. 8. Eddy accompanied Rev. J.
D. Fye. who .ha been spending a "K
With W on, to Oman, Wfd nesday. He
goes from there to hi home In Aurora,
Neb. , .
The following women were received
new member at the last woman's club
meeting: Mrn, Frod Whltmore, Mr.
Frank Adams, Mrs. Bhpemaker. Mr.
OarrlSon, Mrs. Marsh and Mr. Turn.
Mrs. B. F. Smith entertained the mem
nf ,h nirthrtav club and their hus
band Tueaday evening In honor of . the
birthday of her husband. A delightful
time Is reported.
Among the Valley young people who
will attend tho Nebraska-Minnesota game
at Uncoln Saturday are Ulnar Anderson.
Misses Esther Anderson, Freda Heltnbacn
and France Whltmore.
Ti.v. th n Zimmerman and Vernon ar
rived Monday from their home in Sunder
innA nbIv rtv. Zimmerman went on to
Omaha to attend ynod Wednesdsy, After
synod he will spend the following week
with vauey rejauves.
A very pleasing .rally day service wa
given by the Presbyterian Sunday school
Hundav morning. In the evening a spe
cial Christian Endeavor pro pram wo ren
dered. NIBS rana weejuy, vice provi
dent very ably presided. May Nichols,
v.ri. Waitiiroem. Mis Akin and Rev.
irv assisted her. The muslo wa led
by the choir.
A very enthusiastic meeting of those.
owning automobiles in Valley and vicinity
... in a. n Johnson's Green Boom
Monday evening. An automobile. associa
tion waa formed with the following oiij
cers: Dr. M. H. Garrison, president;
C. K. Coy, vice president; J. JS. wicnois.
cimam Cowlts. treasurer.
Much InUrtst is expressed In securing the
Abraham Lincoln memorial highway
along the Union Paclflo here.
The Store of the Town
Yaklasr TI i Sables.
easoa of the year take Its toll
f th tabies and to watch, and safeguard
tam free common cold and coughs Is
a aHr -of importance to their parents.
ha? Foley" Honey and Tar Com
ysna tn ike house and use It promptly
s I save the Utile ones from the serious
fftst of the colds, to ward off croup.
wseiahlM coughs, hoarseness, stuffy
wheasy breathing and violent coughing
M. It i .absolutely free of opiates
Mt Mr m riven to tn utile one with
r Mar at harmful mwlta. Refuse sub-
ptUMfa. Tor sal by aU dealer evstr-
it j , m
Browning, King & Co.
Think It Over
Before you get a Fall Suit note wbat
the best tire tied Men are weariig.
Then come here and see how qmkkly
we cai lit you in just what you have made
up your mild you want.
We gladly iavite a comparisot of val
ues with aiythbg you can Hid at
$15 to $40
Overcoats iu a great variety of models
belted or otherwise, for dress, motoriug or
$15 to $50
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
' Two-Piece Suits, (our owa make) sizes 8 to 17,
5 to $100, at
Browning, King (EL Co.
GEO. T. WILSON. Mgr.
Special Saturday Prices to Draw Another
Record Breaking Crowd to This Store
Last Saturday wag certainly a busy day at this atore. A groat many peoplo uZm- '
had their first contact vrlth our pleasing service. Many also had their first
experience with Benson & Thorno merchandise but It will not bo their (
; last they're sure to become firm friends of this storo.
We're prepared another list of special pricings for Saturday. We've tried
to anticipate the fall needs of many poople. Read the several paragraphs
carefully rememborlng at all times that no shoddy merchandise Is ever
found here and no deception ever practiced. If In the list there Is some
thing you're In need of try o get here early, as we cannot vouch for the
length of time the many lots will remain unsold. And, certainly you'll
not overlook these SPECIALS.
, ", ,
A Raincoat Special that
Men iFolks Better Not Ignore
For Saturday only .we are going to
sell stylish 1913 Raincoats made by the
famous Hodgman Rubber Co. at
ridiculously low price. They ar espe
cially good and the equal of any sell
Inrr around town at $12.00 and X1B.00.
All with close collar and absolutely
rain proof. You'll never have another'
chance like this.
A Fall Suit Special for
Style-loving Men, Young Men
Specially priced to attract fellorra who
have tired of 'ordinary ready-mados and
Who feel It a uselea extravagance to
wear high priced tailor-made. Every
ult at thl pricing a Fall model. The
newest fabrics and In color and com
binations to charm th man of good
taste. To be had nowhere els at 1"
I than $26.00. Saturday, only
,Two Dress Specials that
Should Attract Every
Woman and Miss
AH wool French Eponge dresses,
suitable for many occasions. (Smart,
yet not extreme styles, made with the
new yoko and much called for "Medici
collar also full length sleeves (Ul
the new shades tete de ner (brown),
snuff brown. Copenhagen blue, also
peach. Junior nnd women's sites
sold for $18.80. Saturday, while they
Sressoa suitable for high school,
street, home or office wear In French
serge, In navy, browi, or gray And
English fine stripe serge alno genteol
plaid In red and blue or green and
blue.- To fit Juniors and women; regu
lar price $14.50. Saturday, while they
Specials From the
Ladies' and Children's
jPure linen, daintily col
ored, borders; sell day
In and day out -for 25c;
Saturday, -i (
for ..,.. IOC
Ladies' "Wayne" Knit Hose
Double sole' and -rela-,
forced heel and toe; no
better 25c and 35c hose
i made; Satur- f Q
day, only IOC
Misses' Skaped Hms
Silk lisle In black, white
or tan; GOo and 65o
Saturday, only. wOL
Beys' Skirts aad Drawers
Flno Jersey r I b b e d
fleeced cotton; 8 to 16
years; always Bell at 60c.
Saturday only, on
per garment... OC
Ckildreii'i Weol Gleres
Yarn or Jersey; assort
ed colors; 25c the regu
lar price, but Saturday
you buy them 1J-
Child's Coat Special
Sizes 2 to 6 yea
Broadcloth pleatod effect with
wide leather bolts; fasten' up
nice and snug at neck, lined
and Interlined; cherry red,
Kennard bluo and brown; rog-
lar in. to vai- Qf
ue, Saturday .. PT7U
Child's Sweater Suit
Three Extraordinary Specials
Frosoi Oar Pepvlar Hat Section -
Perfect tailored hats In plush
and corduroy; especially suit
ed to the needs of high school
girls and business young
women; sold up to 14.50; Sat
urday, while 5 ycj
they last $& O
o Women's and misses
satin hats that have been sell
ing at SB: Satur- o rr
day special, at. . . PCiUO
o Children's velvet and
a rof Tyrolean hata:
snappiest juvenile atyles
12.50 values; Sat
Don't stnsur us if you
delay your visit until
every item r sold out
Three-piece Angora Sweat
er milts, consisting , of
cap, sweater ahd legglnn; '
' In red or grayT to fit chil
dren 7 to t years of age.
,, Itegular $J.60 1 4?r?i
values, Sat- XI hS'
' urday. only af
'Infant's Flannelette Wrap-
Celebrated Arnold make - -pink
. and blue stripe
regular COo n r
Specials From tke Balcony
nrownell Hall Boot. leath
er are patent and dull,
low heel, high arch, ex
treme short forepart, tan
go tip, heavy welt sole
for Saturday, ar
Health Play Shoes, guar
anteed, built on a wide
footform last, heavy dou
ble sole, heelless; patent,
dull. Cinnamon brown and
OMAHA'S FASTEST GROWING STORE
THE YOUNG- PEOPLES
sa, au 1 b I BL I T
Changes in Time
Rock Island Lines
Effective Sunday, October 12th.
CHICAGO DAY EXPRESS No. 26 will leavo Omahn
daily at 6:30 A. M. instead of 6:45 A. M.
IOWA LOCAL PASSENGER No. 302 will leavo
Omaha daily, except Sunday, at 10:00 A. M.' instead of
10:35 A. M.; will arrive at Omaha at 10:50 P. M. instead
of 10:19 P. M.
CHICAGO-NEBRASKA LIMITED No. 13, west
bound; No. 14, oastbound, will be discontinued between
Omaha and Lincoln and will continue to arrivo from
Chicago at 8:00 A. M. and to leavo for Chicago at 6:08
P. M. No, 14 will carry a sleeper outting out at Rock
Island, HI., and which may be occupied until 7:00 AM.
J. S. McNALLY, D. P. A.,
14th and Fanura Sta.,
The saddest words In all the
Don't' bo broke. Save some
thing and put that savins to
work at 7 Interest guaran
teed. Barring: lrknp nr nrMn
" w . .
TJOVertv ( nnn'i nnn fault.
' . VMW " .. .MM...
One man amasses a little for
tune in a lifetime, -while an
other is always la debt Why?
Because the thrifty man uses
system. Every Saturday night
he saves all he can and puts It
out at 7 interest. Is today
for you? Then start the best
habit of your life. Buy one
share of our preferred stock at
11.08 and get more each week..
Absolute safety and 7
American Security Co,
Fiscal Agents for
HOME BIILIERS i
Douglas aad 17th Sts., Omaha,
Let Us Build You a Home.
St tke tutk-e Advertlilng.
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