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THE UV.K: OMAHA, SATl'IlDAV, APRIL 17, .1915.
STORZ ARE LEADERS
" IN STATETOURNEY
Omaha Team at Top in Five-Man
Event at the Lincoln
COCHRAN-SCIPLE IU DOUBLES
r LINCOLN. April l.-Opcial Tele
gram.) The Omaha bowlers made their
first appearance In the atate bowling
tournament lent night and proceeded
to rarry off all the honors. The Stors
team Jumped Into the lead of the five
man team events w'th a score of 2,M.
with the Fords of Lincoln second with
2.M5. and the Jetters of Omaha third with
Cochran and K. Prlple of the Btora
team took the Irsd In the doubles with
1,165 pins, with HeJser and Zimmerman
a close second with US pins. Mlllson
and Ftempke of Lincoln, the previous
leader, were shoved Into third place.
Zarp of the Jotters scored 893 pins down
for the leadership of the singles, while
Cochran captured second place with 1
pins. 'Whlsenand of Itaatlnis. the nre-
vlous singles leader, was shoved Into
Tho scores tonight were as follows:
Fl vr-Ma a Teaais.
Nebraska Farmers, Lincoln"!!!!
R. Sclple ""
Martin '...'..'. ''.''""!'.''!" x
Rrawn, Lincoln hi&
Mlllson. Lincoln 514
Int. Id. 3d Tot.
Sloes U7 J.MI I" ,4
Nnland Is1 1 171 mn
Conklln l.V. 1.73 l 414
Olson 1 INI f"i M"
Keller 11 1S2 IT" 43
Handicap ..a X tt 9
Totals . 70 TW KM ITS
AlVUl NTLVO DFIT
1st. 2d. 3.1. Tot.
Prlrresn ...lTi) 17" lS
Overmlre ...Wi IS atl 4'
Soannoll . ...') lot 1f7 .V.7
Mseker 1?.' 1M -:n 4?6
Conrad Kvl 17 477
Handicap .. K7 7 7 201
Tots I ....??? Tt WO 24Vt
1st. 2d. 8cl. Tot.
Shearer M JiW i: 470
Uragonler ..l.K 140 l.w 4::i
Miller 121 14 lis tvS
Zadlna 123 141 126 ,0
Shields 14 1M 14S 447
Handicap ..34 34 34 102
Totals.... T40 7S 720 2228
1st 2d. Sd. Tot.
Huntzlnger 1M Hi ol $2!
Iamborn ...S1 ll lo 4tu
Grim 18R ItU 151 4"
Uuurher 1 4! 133 1M 433
Iionirlev J CI 1M a 44rt
i m i i
30 a . SO
Totals ... R20 SIS 766 1M03
1t. 2d. 8d. Tot.
Oocklev ....11H 170 122 410
Duff V.!H 1 141 4tn
Rhodes IIS ins 152 STB
Trimmer ...1;V 114 117 1
lmbrt ....!: 167 lf.7 4frl
Handicap ..110 110 110 330
Totals ...7r IBS fm ?33D
1st. Id. 3d Tot.
Peterson ... 129 140 34
Hurt 1S5 1 34 221 110
Vincent ! 134 17 X'l
HevnoMs ..1?2 14H 201 471
Johnson ....1.W 133 1;rr 4"5
Handicap ..109 103 109 327
Tntnl(i....705 7H7 : 2427
okneral nrnrw, ,
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
.1H0 17 137 4i:4
.141 192 1H 49".
.lf.7 14 17 4T.1
.254 1 150 6. 9
Tot sis S92 894 S.V! M4
1t. 2.1 3.1. Tot.
Nordqulst ...lis ms 129 W
Fahnestock 115 147 3.M
ratterson ...12S 1H7 136 371
M.'Donnell ..101 92 Wft 2"7
lirant W 123 117 3
Handirsp ...104 1H 101 S12
Totals .." 4 73S SKJ
1st. 2d. 3.1. Tot.
nould 1 IS4 173 M3
Huff m 173 iM 609
Kssper 175 17 17.T M0
Stow l.Mt H 161 4X1
Lnndln 1S9 li 10 4M
HandH-sp ... 3S 38 SS 114
Totals 14 90a 894 2717
1st. 2d. Sd.Tot.
Capen 143 142 190 476
McKenile ...1P7 166 V.v i
Kester 1 147 144 460
Rehschuch ..164 l.V ff Ml
Reynolds ....114) 17 174 M0
Handicap ... 06 66 M I
Totals m MS "SS S704
1st. 3d. 3d.
Zlmmermsn K lri 249
Tste SO 130 200
Luoena 96 120 216
Tennant US 8 It
Ks.nl 90 S 175
Totals 4S3 643 102S
1st Id id.
Johnson ST 71 151
Tate 106 122 22S
K'avons 1M 111 231
Kink arte. 160 12 312
Thompson 1M 134 2S7
Totals 616 6(0 1216
1st. td. 3d
..161 116 277
..113 12H 241
... m 1"4 197
,..62 12S 19.)
...62 128 l'O
...1J0 122 24
... l 61 132
... 6 ST 14i
Totsls ...41 6O0 tai
1st. d Tot
Rauner ITS 111) )M
Ivhrberg 6i i no
Klynn T 7:' l.M
.... SH 110 19ti
.... SS 110 l.'S
. .. .4.-J 411 869
1st. 2d. Tot
...im 121 it'i
...110 151 Wl
.... wt 114 JO
....1R I2S 2f-4
....99 14 203
Two Airships Raid East Coait of
Britain. Setting Many Building;
Aflame with Bombi.
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE DONE
Culls from tlio Wiro
Tlic funeral of Colonel W. 15. Nelson.
K'liisss city r.lltor, will be held this
af tt noon.
f.lect and .oninion roiinells of Phllsdel
plila de.l.lol to sllow the htstorl'" liberty
b.11 ti be snit t' the Psnama-Pa.'lftc
expix-ltlon. Resolutions providing for list
trip a.'ross the continent were nnsnl-
nionslv sdopted by both brsncbes. Msyir
l'lsnkenliurs announced he would slen
the re"lutlon and only minor detslis
iu.w remain to complete the arrange
ments. Nine funersls a III be merged Into one
neit Monday to tske car.- of nine of the
fifteen vb-tlins of the serldent when a
crowded street cur wss run down by a
IVtrolt Toledo Ironton freight train
on a railroad crosMng In the western
part of Hetroll. All of the nine were
psrlnhoners of St. John Canllns Roman
catholic rhurch. whom the funeral will
tl Y. Raker, a forest ranger, the son
of Justice I'sHus Raker of the Rhori
Island supreme court, wss found desd,
In his room st Hie Kesttle Atbletlo cluo,
having shot hlnt.lf through the heart.
He had been In poor health.
Tha Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
Totals 19 6P3 1192
1st. 2d. Tot.
Stanton M 14 297
Sub 93 N2 177.
Totals MS 618 114
1st. 2d. Sd-Tot.
Teal IT2 176 647
Mitchell ....213 1N6 244 643
Fltspatrlck. lSl 160 1W 431
Totala... .644 V 669 lfUl
1st. Id. 3lTot
Hauptman ..IM 17 ls 6W
Rrewater ...INK 12 163 VX
Johnson 14H 160 160 442
Totals 623 400 460 1472
1st. 2d 3d Tot.
Mlratskr ...17 143 ISA 4SI
M alloy 190 163 14S 499
Hansen 181 147 Ul 609
Totals 636 442 616 1492
1st. Jd. 3d Tot.
Corson 144 161 1T4 4T9
Wllledson .152 174 132 4f
Koran Ii2 1T 191 6U
Totals 448 611 47 1466
1st. 3d. 3d. Tot
Wsndell ....181 l.M 147 43
Mathews ...134 1N6 164 43
Melster .....176 147 l.W 462
Totala ....491 466 4M) 1307
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot
MoCov 14 17 151 478
Hland 150 170 1.T7 4S7
Dober 176 204 231 610
Total 471 563 649 1&7&
Nebraska Telephone Tournament
The followlnc were winners In the
bowling tournament of the Nebraska
Telephone Company league Just brought
to a close:
Kd wards. Lincoln
It. Spangler. Lincoln
Welch-Whisenand, Hastings 941
Mayor Is Invited
To Catch the First
Ball at St. Joseph
Mayor James C. Dahlman has received
an invitation from the St Joseph Booster
club to attend the opening game In St.
Joseph April 23, when the Drummers
and Rourkes lock horns. Tha invitation
asks that Dahlman be prepared to don
large mitt, protector and mask and catch
the first pill pitched as heaved by Bitot
Marshall, mayor of St Joseph. The
mayor will probably accept the invita
tion unless other business prevents.
H. W. Huff 1762
Vidlna and Rruce 1223
Wire Chiefs 2717
1st. 2d. SdTot
Lsmbert 11 160 170 523
Oocklev 144 138 11 463
R. Johnson. .118 143 154 415
Holiday 160 170 159 489
Zadina 1M J49 1 493
Bruce 164 818 180 If
Butt 154 lt 178 41
Johnson 129 140 137 406
Longlev 125 12S 1 419
RevnoHa ...178 U7 133 468
Korsn "iTt 186 in 4M
Kent )52 174 161 487
Tr4meail ....146 18 16S 4l
Bwanson .... S8 107 1M SX.1
t Racing Bill Offered
In Illinois Senate
8PRlN'OFIEU, 111., April IS. A racing
bill was Introduced today 'in the senate.
The measure would legalise racing In Illi
nois and would create a state racing com
mission to be composed of three members
of the State Highway commission, the
president of the highway commission to
be chairman of the racing commission.
Tho commission would have charge of all
race meets, a percentage of which would
go to the state.
ARE STILL LEADING
NOME. Alaska, April ll The Allan
Darling team of fourteen malamutea,
driven by A. A. "Scotty" Allan, still was
leading today In the 413-mile all-Alaska
sweepstskes dog team race, having driven
Into Camp Haven', 146 miles from Nome
and only sixty miles from ths turning
point at Candle, one hour and four min
utes ahead of Eskimo John, the native
driving the twelve dogs entered by ths
Council Kennel club. Allan's time to
Havon was twenty -two hours. The trail
is heavy and slow, but the weather is
!!ios"lM "lii" 376
..168 1 34 164 444
...ITS 14 14s 7
...144 144 It 447
Shearer 161 150 168 467
Shields 212 176 146 634
..ItS 157 23 647
.. 96 156 186 43
.'.'.133 218 "ioi' 503
...117 159 157 433
..119 177 147 443
...170 182 147 493
Camahv ...127 145 99 371
Miller 165 113 132 410
Keller 191 182 149 52?
Overmlre ...210 123 113 44t'
Huntsinger .166 172 1 33 470
Umborn ...200 138 1S2 620
.169 197 126 491
.23 190 169 662
MrKonile ..138 124 10 271
Friers 142 152 112 V
1st. 2d. 3d.Tot.
Htlff 173 14 178 615
Handicap, ; total. 681.
Kasper 171 175 156 602
Handicap, 42; total, 544.
McKensle ..158 1 39 163 480
Handicap, 78; total. Cu8.
Zlinmer ....144 128 164 424
Hsndlcap, 93; total, 619.
Kent 147 181 233 661
Handicap, 0; total, 661.
Koran 196 171 162 62R
Handloap, 0; total. 628.
Fahnstock .102 161 230 4S3
Handicap, 81; total. 664.
Overmlre ...124 1B7 165 436
Handicap, 117; total, 663.
Olson 171 187 190 648
Handicap. S3; total. 681.
Noland 14 M 643
Handicap, 67: total, 600.
Zaslna 184 141 1W1 411
Handicap, S3; total. 444.
Bruoe 16 124 170 463
Handicap, W; total. 698.
Rehsohuh . 136 174 119 428
Handicap, 6; total. 466.
Reynold ..177 203 166 634
Handicap, 57; total, 691.
Boucher ....131 1S IBs 75
aHnrilcan. 75: total. 650.
Peterson ....! 196 178 510
Handicap, 0; total, 670,
Stow 110 13 163 423
Handicap, 61; total, 474.
Orlin 14 159 164 V.J
Handicap, 57:. total.
Kester 136 126 117 S79
Handicap. 117.: total. 4!si.
Longlev 163 144 143 450
Handicap, total. 459.
Butt 180 179 174 633
Handicap, 0: total, 69S
Johnson ....148 121 104 372
Handicap. T2; total. 445.
Oocklev 1M. 178 170 606
Handicap, 57: total. 662.
Lambert ...167 136 158 461
. . I, -o. r. TO
Johnson ....172 153 196 620
Mnndlcan. 64: total. 6.4.
Holllday ... 137 174 223 134
Harvrtlrao. 46: total. 679
Shearer 165 155 173 49S
Handles. 0:. total. 663.
Shields 1R1 152 13S 47
HundlcaD. 0: total. 47.
Huntrlnger 176 154 185 616
HmdinD. S3: total. 548.
Lundln 175 168 V 492
Handicap, 67: total. 64.
Prtmeau ...138 165 161 464
Handloan. : total. 460.
Csrnabv ....128 176 0 SS9
Handloan. 9: total. 48s
Miller 144 142 12S 418
HandlcaD. 42: total. 464.
Lamborn ...107 127 161 466
Handicap, 81: total, 636,
LONDON. April Ifi. Two Zeppe
lin airships visited the east coast of
RnRland shortly after midnight, drop
ping bombs on several towns, doing
considerable daniane to property. As
far as has been ascertained only on
person, a woman, was Injured. It Is
said ahe was only slightly hurt.
The airships dropped four bombs on
Maldon, in Essex county, thirty miles
east of London, but no damage re
sulted. Bombs also were dropped In
the Herbrldge basin, two miles across
the river. These set fire to aome
The airships came up the Black-
water river and over the marshes and
Lumber Yard Fired.
At Lowestoft, on the North Sea, In
Suffolk county. three bombs were
dropped, considerable damage result
Ing to house property In the center
of the town. A lumber yard was set
on fire. The window panes in many
houses were shattered. Three horses
belonging to the railway company
Previously the aircraft had visited
Rnnthwold. twelve miles south of
Lowestoft, and having missed atrik
ing that town with its missiles went
on to Halesworth, eight miles inland.
It then returned again to Southwold
and dropped six bombs.
irmnlltii to the tat est accounts, after
leaving Lowestoft the aircraft passed
over Harwich In the direction of Felix
towe. It is said now that a duscn bombs
were dropped In Maldon, but that only
one building, a workshop In the London
road, wss struck.
Anti-aircraft guns were heard during
the nlrht at Oravesend and Sheernees.
The authorities bad ample warning of
the air raid, as Dutch telegrams reported
that Zeppelins were coming aoross the
sea in the direction of England. Notices
were sent to the police authoritlea of
some of the east and south coast towns
of possible aerial visits. These notices
enabled the usual precautions to forestall
air attacks to be taken In towns ana vit
No account! of the actual damage done
h the bombs of the alrcrait is ontain-
able as yet. the raid having occurred at
such a late hour of the nlgtit.
lf Latest Type.
skinners of British trawlers, who
sighted the Zeppelin airship which last
night raided the northeast coast of Eng
land, desorlie it as the 'M, one if the
i.teat tvre of German airships. The
.ihtMi the craft 10 mtlea from
i.nl Thev believe It came from Helgo
Tf It returned to that island, the
calculation Is made that It must have
covered on tta trip something like 300
ml'ea. . . . .
The trawle-s came at full speed for
port immediately after they recognised
tVe Zeppetln, with the object of giving
warning, but. of oourse. they were easily
outdistanced by the airship.
A. 0. U. W. FAYOR THE BOM
Auditorium Propotition Also Meets
with Favor at Meeting of the
TO COST ONLY THE DEBTS
CHAMP HIGH JUMPER
SPIKED DURING PRACTICE
A NOBLES, Csl., April lfc-rred
Kelly, world's chsmplon high Jumper, wss
battlv spiked In the left foot' In practice
two days sgo, according to information
given out today.
Kelly, , however, expects to start Sun
day v. Ith his teammate, Howard Drew,
holder of several short distance national
records, to compete in tb coming Penn
sylvsnia relay games at Philadelphia.
They will represent the University of
UNION PACIFIC BOWLERS
LAY PLANS AT BANQUET
The central committee of the A. O. TJ.
W. has enthusiastically endersed the
Auditorium purchase bonds for the city,
and the members of the committee have
pledged themselves to work personally
for the carrying of the bond issue at the
polls In May. K. V. Parrish, manager of
the bureau of publicity went before the
committee at the meeting last night at
A. O. U. W. hall and explained the propo
sition to them, namely that the Audi
torium can now be purchased by the
city for the actual Indebtedness of the
property, which ts $150,000 In round num
Mr. Parrlah also went before the
socialists at a meeting Wednesday night
and talked to them about ths proposi
tion, explaining that the city needs the
Auditorium as a place to hold the larger
conventions, the trade shows and the
larger gatherings of a seml-publlo nature
as well as seme of the large publlo or
seml-publlc functions occasionally staged
by public-spirited cltlzons. The social
ists endorsed the proposed bond Issue
If the fl50.ona bonds are voted and the
Auditorium purohased at that it Is as
serted not a cent of the money will go
to any stockholder of the company, as
that sum will merely pay the outstand
ing Indebtedness of the company Instead
of yielding a given percentage on the
dollar originally Invested by the com
pany to build It Every dollar's worth
of stock Issued, it la stated, has been
wiped out, and the Issue originally was
The 1 150,0u0 to be voted. Is then to be
used only to pay outstanding Indebted
ness, which Includes first mortgage bonds
of 160,000, second mortgage bonds of 247,090,
and back Interest, book and ether debts
outstanding, back tax Item and penary
of nearly 216,000 and other items which
taken In the aggregate mount up to ap
Evening- Until 9
Store Open I I
Evening Until 0
jj ,yjy jjihi
Young Men's New
S pring Clothing
The World's Famous
and other high grade makes In complete
assortments of styles, colors and fabrics
now ready for your choosing here.
BEAUTIFUL styles in soft, rich worsteds; fine
Glen Urquhnrt plaids und the new Scotch
TnHatu Vow Kfinrlinrra in irreptis. Iirnwns and
grays; new effects in stripes. Suits of these well- J
known makes, at JJ
$11 O50 $
"Biltmorc Special" $
Suits and O'Coats
TTERE arc hundreds of men's and youne men's hand-
n tailored suits, nude according to our specifications Z
by some of America s best makers.
SUITS to fit men of all sizes in the most serviceable
fabrics for nearly every occasion. Patterns that show
excellent taste. Staple business suits, semi-conservative
suits and patch pocket suits.
BEAUTIFUL silk mixed worsteds, tartan plaids, serges,
cassimeres and cheviots in fancy weaves.
The "Biltmore Special" at $16.50. A treat a
value as you pay $18 to $20 for elsewhere
Firemen at Dance;
Big Fire at Peoria
PEOIUA. 111.. April 16.-Flre which
broke out In the basement of the Board
of Trade building tonight did damage es
timated at 26O.000.
After a two hours' battle the flames
were brought under control. The West,
ern Union offices and equipment are a
total loss. The Postal Telegraph com
pany lost two cables, but Its service was
cot seriously Interrupted.
When the general alarm sounded the
Feorla firemen were attending their an
nual ball and dress suits were covered
with rubber coats as they made their way
to the fire.
Two firemen were overcome by smoke.
Double texture; made of two thick
nesses of cloth vulcaarsed together
with pure Para rum rubber making
the garment absolutely waterproof.
All seams full strapped and cemented;
collar convertible. Guaranteed not to
pull or harden. Lnfth 60 to 62 Inches.
Slses 8S to it.
$10 to $15
Top Coats for $16.50
Cravenetted fabrics; convertible col
lars; loose full baok; perfectly draped
narrow shoulder effects; wide, Ml and
deep pivot sleeves; patch pockets;
new popular fabrics; plain and velvet
Men's andYoung Men's Spring
Suits for School or Business
A LARGE assortment at these prices. The newest
cheviots, worsteds and Cassimeres, in plaids, checks
and stripes. One, two and three-button models; plain or
patch pockets; extreme and conservative styles.
Smart Spring Top
Smart spring top coats In
many different styles. Ex
cellent new fabrics in large
$9.75 and $11.75
Full Dress Suits
We carry a full line of full dress
and Tuxedo suits.
$16.50 and $26.50
Men's and Young Men's Jlne
Trousers. Hundreds of pairs to
select from at
$1.98. $2.98. $9.98
FLEECE REAL PARTY MAN
Two confidence men who fleeced Will
iam Bldwell, Hale, Mo., professed to be
prominent members of the socialist party.
Sldwell. who Is also an ardent socialist,'
lest $30 and a watch and fob, both of
which were engraved with socialist
"There's no doubt about them llng
socialists," Instantly deduced Chief of De
tectives Maloney, as he assigned a pair
of detectives to seek out the crooks. "I
can plainly see that they believe in dis
tribution of wealth."
LEHIGH ROAD TO SPEND
MILLION DOLLARS SOON
WASHTNOTON, April 11-Announce-nient
that the Lehlgb railway will eoon
award contracts Involving an expenditure
of almost $1,000,000 as a result of 'Im
proved business conditions at this tlmo"
was msde In a letter to President Wilson
from B. B. Thorns, president of the road,
which wss mads publlo tonight at the
White House, with the consent of Mr.
Mr. Thorns wrote the president to deny
that he meant any criticism of the ad
ministration In saying In a recant state
ment after a call at the White House
thst the prosperity of the railroads de
pended lsrgly on the attitude of Wash
Apartments, flats, nouses and oottagss
rsn be rented quickly ana rheeply by a
Bee "For Reef ad.
The fnlon Pacific bowling league was
t.anqueted at Ortman' bakery by W. A.
Kryt last evening. All the bowlers were
present and a fine evening was spent,
ripeevhes were made and the prises
Arrangements trere made for a summer
leagus of eight or ten five-man teams to
be bowled on the Metropolitan alley. The
Union Pacific quartet sang several songs.
SURVIVORS OF SUNKEN
SHIP COME TO PORT
ABERPEWV. Scotland. April 11 A
trawler ha brought Into port her seren
n.cn and women, part of the crew of the
Swedish steamer Folks, which wss Mown
dp off Peterhesd on Wednesday night.
Whether the steamer was torpedoed or
rsn lnte a mine the survivors are unable
Apartments, fists, house and cottage
ran be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Bee "Tor Bent'' .
Meneray Quality Trees and Shrubs
(Sales Grounds, 20th and Famam Streets.)
Wesh from our Nurseries at Council Bluffs and Crescent, Iowa. Kvery tree anJ
shrub first-class and in good growing condition. Everything guaranteed in every
way; true to name. Anything dying during the first year refurnished free of charge.
WE ARE THE ONLY LARGE GROWERS IN THIS LOCALITY
WHY BUY QUESTIONABLE OR INFERIOR STOCK?
If you want the beet for your residence lot, farm or fruit farm, we can supply you.
Fruit Trees and plants, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, Hedge Plants, Hardy Iloses,
Climbing Vines in fact,' anything you may want.
SEE OUR STOCK AT THE OMAHA SALES GROUNDS, 20TH AND FARNAM STS.
(Behind the Large Cusack Bill-board; Entrance to Sales Grounds Plainly Marked.)
Priced Richt Plenty of Stock to Select From Everything Guaranteed.
SALES GROUNDS OPEN EVENINGS.
MENER AY-OMAHA NURSERY CO.
Saturday About 3600 Men's Athletic and
II Ribbed U nion Suits at About Half Price
A Great Purchase of about 3,600 Men's Athletic
and Ribbed Union Suits at 50c on the dollar. I
For sprinf and aurnmer wear. Thia purchase consists
of all the aamplea and "run of the mill" quality of
union auits from aome of the high-grade maker. The
material are- pure linen, ailk and lisle, crepe, mull,
fancy nairuook and mercerised ailk and linen. They
are made up in athletic style ahort sleeves, sleeveless
and knee length; also regular make, short alee res,
three-quarter length and full length. Values to $3.50.
The entire purchase is divided into three big lots.
85 Deien New Spring Shirts -laundered
and soft cuffs. Neat
patterns. All slzei. Values
to 11.75; each
Dozsn Man's Shirts Neck-
band stylo; also with
tachAd colters- Value
11.26. Special, each
Silk Fiber Hose All
new spring shades, pair. ,aC
One Big Lot of Men's Mer
cerized and Silk Hose "Run
of the mill" quality. Worth
to 29c. Special, a
Manhattan Shirts. $1.50 to $5
Munaing Union Suits . $1 to $5
75 Doisn Naw Spring Nscktl
Beautiful arrar of saw patterns.
worth to 75c. Sals price. fe
each SOc and 0C
433 State Bank Building.
3101-3147 Avenue A,
Phone Tyler 1194, Omaha, Neb.
Phone 872, Council Bluffs, la.
D Hurley's Spring
Of J TtT
onoes i or men
All the new low cut styles-for
spring are here. All sizes and
widths. These justly celebrated
shoes for Spring seem to be
better finished and are In hand
somer lasts than ever before.
Tan, black, straight hce, Rag
lan bluchers, etc., combination
lasts and anatomic heels. Spe
cial, a pair, $5.00
500 Pair of Men's Fine Shoes.
Tan and black. Odds and
ends. Practically all sixes, in
good lasts and atyiee. Regu
lar $3.50 and $4.00 aa
values, a pair ifJ.UU
Men's Hat Spec'ls for Saturday
Men's $2.50 Hats
900 Soft and Stiff Hats Odd lot
and sample lines of this season's
styles. AH colors and sices. Val
ue to $2 60. Your choir AC,,
Saturday for HOC
Hats f or 50c
tOO Balmacaan Hats Btltched
crown and brim. Mad of silk and
Itarfitu wooleus, In ths new
erring and summer styles. Value
to 12. ou. Saturday, in one ri
lot. tnrh 0UC
Boys' Hats and Caps
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