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1 THE UHh: OMAHA. THlh'MUY, MAY K?f KUO.
Number of Tentoni Beaten Up and
Their House and Places of
ONE NEARLY DIES IN TROUGH
LONDON, May 1 2. Anti-German
rlota In the east end of London were
renewed- this moraine with evenjtlng nation, la able to point the way to
greater Tlolenc than yesterday. 1
Who . ftn,.. .howed Mm.lf
h waa attacked. Tba police forca
has been ao thinned by draft ent to
the. army that It had difficulty in
dealing with the an cry rrowda. Rpf
clal constables had. to be called on'..
A number of German etahllhmrnt
were, raided and racked and their con
teat scattered over the street. Th Ger
mans themaelvea were forced to to Into
hiding. The police In. aome rates were
defied "by tht an cry r-rowdVand eome of
ficer were Injured during their endeavor
to protect f.ie Teuton. The furniture and
ftltlnr of Utrrnan houae and atorea
were hurled through wlndotra to tha
treeta. When the. pro;rlr(r ware
t augnt they were severely mauled. In
some rate their clothe were torn from
In conaeouence of tha' riot a and of tha
demand for the segratlon of all alien
enamlea, the government h4a under con
templation mora comprehenalv meaaurea
for the Internment of auch peraona. Pa
tall of thla plan will be divulged tomor
row. Ob Wi Neee-ly Drawaeg.
. On German wet thrown into a bora
trough with tha reminder that hla com
patriot had been apendlng tbelr time
' tjrownlna women and children. H wa
only saved from almllar fate by the
Intervention of the police.
Thar wero aeveral Initancea of Gar
man .butcher trying to eacape In their
art. They went racing down the ttreet
at a, mad gallop, hut in moat. eaae they
ultimately were run down and their
A number, of Russian Jeweeaee were
ton In roe F.aot End and pleading for
protection.., explaining that they - war
being ml taken for germane.
Report 4e reaching- th police that
private houae belonging to wealthy Ger
man to the faahlonabla Wet End ar
I'eblo to ha burned. Troopa ara In readl
: neaa. to assist th pollc U neceatary.
Geraaaa Are Baveotted.
large placard In In window' Of al
most all - bualneaa . houe' and' market
bear th word:' .
"No boalnea 'transacted with' Ger
man." . ''!
"Th proteat of " the' German VlMsena
of Bradford against tha enure of - 'the
German government la the 'torpedoing of
tha Lusitania la th flrat united public
denunciation by naturalised Teuton ex
preeelng borror and' Indignation of the
Letter from Individual German ar
appearing in the neerpnrs, but ' th
moat prominent among th German rl
dent have not a yet mad any move.
"Th cabinet was in apeclal confertnc
today to review the alien, altuatlon a
altered by reeeht happening, and th
country la eagerly expecting dratlo
"Anti-German outbreak of particular
severity occurred today i tha 'nelgfcVor-'
hood of th Et Indja dock. . sixty or
venty German hop wr Wrecked.' -
"Germane, In th vicinity ar ualng gun
for enlf-dofenee and pollc reinforcement
ar being rushed to th scene."
Meet in Cleveland
CXEVELAXP. May U -The first trie,
nlal convention of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineera today opnd It
aasMnna in tha Auditorium of the Engt
nera' budding haro with nearly all of th
MO delegate present. Builnea aeaalooa
will b held. h afternon and evening
and th convention will laat two weaka.
On Wg laau to be fought out will be
tha proposition of endorsing th action of
th wa(ani wag committ la asking
ron-r to In res lit at th appointment
or Charl Kagcl. former aocrotary ot
commoroa and labor, to a placa on th
board of arbitration which recently an
nounced a decJ.Mon in the wealern wag
Tha Grand latarnaUenal auaillary,
composed of tb. wive of engineera; I
also la eeaaioa here. Tonight there will
b a reception and ball at . Central ar
mory. Credit of Western
Railroads is Good
CHICAGO, May lt-Turther -testimony
relatfv to the financial afgndlng of th
weatern r It road a was offered today In
tha western treikht rata advancb bearing
before William Danl-li, Interstate Com
merce commissioner, by J. Pease Nertoa,'
bond expert and former member of the
faculty or Yale unlveralty. '
In the new bond Issue for represen
tative weatarn full roe da. 1 do not find
any yielding over I per. ctnt, in 1U or
J912." aald . Mr. Norton; "only to In
113 and boih) In 1914. The yielde ' oa
railroad bonda aro materially lower than
those on utl'.itie and lndutr!al " '
Mr. Norton eaJd he belteviad the bond
price remain rontan. and. he aak. It
is ths best rvklence that there Is nothing
basically wrcng with the railroad credit.
TAILOR CHARGED WITH
..TWO CHILD MURDERS
EW TORK. My .-Frnk Fua. 3
eara old, a tailor arreated by detectives
; in"etlgating the so-called ripper mur
der, la which J-year-old Leonere Tohn
and i-year-ald CharW Murray were the
i tictiana. waa held today althout hi foe
further examination on a rharce of hav.
lng attacked Helen Manning, seed It. 1q
the halls ay or her home laat Sunday
ilht. ' .
Fear of the' man who ale the little
boy and girl has spread to surrounding
, town and rttiee and haa caused so murk
rscltamant In certain, neighborhoods that
acbool bae been' d!snid ar the day
. beraua of It
ft pert at at Ortfers.
WARJIIXCTOy. Mav SperWl TH.'
Jrm. Nebn.a peniima grmnced'
rlorvaoe f'larte. Johnson. V.L
A rural (re Ol:vrv rrxjut wfll b a
ta.hthfc.ed M V.n.tar., le-ott etloff
""'nil, Nebraska, on Jun 10; W-tn of
ewyta, twct.v.jua ni U ' , tauUra arv4.
Kwewl Setter carriers ponisd In Ne
eiwki. T. T Voee si iba ". r
I UAmiun .'i f . rawer al.
World's Court Congress Meets
at the Psychological Momcnt
CLEVELAND. May 12. The convening
rf the World Court rongr here ihl
ftrnoon for thre d' Aion : at
the "f.'' etiological raoirwnt," according
t' ofljrera of th congret.
"The part Amrrlr. a neutral, will
rla'y In th final settlement of the waf
will Te Important." mII
tates, an the mutual filrnd of the war-
an eirertrve international court of iua-
T ' '' roion U believe tne
belligerents will be willing to eccept It,
'The object of thi conarci la, first.
STRONG NOTE TO
(Continued from Pag One.)
catea alwaya of vtgnrsu step In for
eign affair were highly pWaaed. They
aald the preldnt noti w the kind
of document' tht fulfilled th delre
of every American and upheld tue dig
nity and honor of tha United States, In
dicating that the American government
wa prepared to oto the full length
of Ha ability.
Ml I asm at Typewriter.
President Wilson tent th fore.ioon
In hla atudy writing on hi typewriter.
He w no caller during th morning,
but (hortly fter ntin kept two engage
ment made' previouily.
Peaplt th tenaity of th International
dtoation, th . White " Hou presented
outwardly an air . of calm. Telcgrama
from all sentlona of the country leetlnue
to Tir -in. rraetleally all expreaeed
the sentiment tht - the tountrv would
stand behind the preid"nt In any cour
of aotlon he determined upon.
Prepared for Kvetltle.
The breldent. it was aaid. realized
fully the gravity of meaning In the note
ar.d w prepared for any eventualltlt.a.
that might arla from It presentation.
The note doe not aay exactly what the
course of the I'nfted Hates will be In the
caae of C refuee! nor would (he preti
dent' adviser. Indicate today beyond
eying that each atep and altuatlon would
be conaldered ae it arlaes.
In official quartera, however, the
eventual severance of diplomatic rela
tion wa declared not to be Impossible
If there wa no abatement of the German
practice. ' " -
It waa learned that the praaldent framed
hla poOcy pa Sunday night and that hi
pacific, utterance In hi apaech In Phil
adelphia laat Monday af not ' reflected
fn the firm and unequivocal 'phraae of
the note. It I described a a buetne
like document, demanding "the strict
accountability" which tha United Btata
in , H , former' note . to Germany. ld It
would demand. It I said It not 'only aak
for a termination of the unlawful method
of submarine, warfare on merchant hlp.
but reparation la full to th families of
the victim ot the Lualtenla tragedy. .'
. Everywhere In official quarters today
as detail of the president' plan of ac
tion became ' known ' there wa taJk of
firmnea and a atlffenln of the position
of the UnlUd States government towards
, atgeda e teei mcma.
As th day wor en , and knowledge' of
th Ytffqroua course the fovernpient was
preparing to pursue' became widerread
officials ' begjtn to, shed more tlgut on
their plans. They Indicated that thv kit-
tatloa would , grow , only as serious es
Germany choae to make It and' that (he
United Ptates would calmly stand on its
Wgal tights, taking' succeaalva s'epa to
I ring the Imperial German government
tu an understanding of the honest pur
pose of the United States for an abate
ment of the submarine Warfare on non
combattnl and reparation tor offenaes
One subaequent step being dlaeuased to
day. wag .that of conversation with ether
neutral government's to-determine what
step they, Intend to tak to protect their
neutral right. While to United tate
has trsdltlonally been opposed to Joint
sctlon. It often ha acted Identically with
other . governments,
Prealdettt Wllaon, however, I not con
vinced that th policy which th United
State has adopted need necessarily leal
to hostilities.. Kvn -a eeverence of dip
lomatical relation do not carry with
It such aa obligation. Th sending of
aarahlp convoy with American ataamer
las been talked among officiate as well
ai pther protective meaaurea, but the
American government, according to well-
informed, persons, proposes t tlx the
leeponalbllity on Germany for any hoe
til aaia. ,
i Will flap press Derabera.
' Cn pbaaa of the present crisis which
the prealdont la turning over In lila mind
la the neceeelty for atopplng propagandl
calculated to Influence Americana ,of for
eign birth. The prealdent I known to
teel .that the utter nee of, Bernhard
tiernberg. former German colonial eetre
Ury. who baa no diplomatic atatua, are
t A nature aerioualy affecting the do-
i meet to welfare of the United Stale In
the present delicate altuatlon.
- From well-informed source It was
learned, that a , ceaaatioa ofvPr. Dern
berg a actlvlliea may ooa be demaadad.
eB)la Rrarkn New York.
NKW YORK. My ll.-The Vunard
liner haaonla reached thla port today
fraro Uveroooi. bavins i(nted th Uusi
Ulna at IjU e clock In the afternoon of
May . two ava before It was aunk
1 ntll the 8ny Hnek pilot boarded th
S&senla It pssnars knew nothing of
the Lualianta fa. ,
HAVE COLOR IN YOUR CHEEKS
Be Better LookingTake
' ' Olire Tablets
If your akin Is yellow complexion I
pallld-tongu coated appetite poor !
on have a tmd taat la -your raouili- !
Uiy. no-mod feeling you ahould take !
Ollv Tahleta j'
Dr. 1V1 wards' Ollv Tablets a aub-1
atltute far rloene war arenared by1
Ir. Kdwarda aier IT yaara of study!
with hi pattoata.
TJr. Lwards Olive Tablet ar a'
purely ,va;etaiW compound auxad wlUi '
olive oil Tvu wiU know than, by tkalr '
If yoq want a dear, pfak akls, rarlgtst
er. ao rlmDla. a fW-tnc rf uSTBs-.r'
Ilk ediVdnaud dare, ye nwat al at
I . rv. TOwarda Oli m.1 mt (w
fiver aad boweJa lute mJiittg wmL .
no daastarowa atsx eVcaa
Ther atart th MT anef wti aw
snpauen. Tsars wky macmnm mf kiia
sj aula nriuallT s-t
Ua wail Vo, im
Taite en or teie adaoM T asiu ants Sb
eiiiis tmm iilra.
. Tlis. QUse TaiUt.CjOTtiana..rrtiuuliu.,.
to arouac tba American public to ion- j
KlouanMa of th poMlbillU. 10 auch a
trlhiinAl mrA infill fn Hv An mn In
Intent demand for It. The time la ripe."
If prrllirlnary plana are retried out the
rongrrsa will take no tepa that would
sain for It tlie name of "pexca congress "
The I.uMtanla Incident will le Ignored
and meana for ending the war will not
be discussed. Plana for the development
of an International court will receive, the
ole attention of the speaker, who in
elude former I'reMilent Taft. Judge Al
ton B. Parker. John Mitchell and many
ether aatlonally prominent.
PATTERSON TAKES THE OATH
Newlj Appointed Auditor for Treas
ury Department Assume Hia
ANDREWS PRESENTS SUCCE3S0R
fF"rom a Staff Correapondent.)
WASHINGTON. May ll.-CFpeclal Tel
erram.)In the preenc of th acting
aecretary of the treaaury. Mr. Newton.
iMf isf itlvlalnne' W f Rrhwind. niivate
secretsry to Secrtary Bryan, and W. E. torlouly what the effect upon China h
Andrew, the outgoing eudltor of the jteen of managing It foreign affair dur
treaaury. Samuel Pattron. the new jlt:g the latt fifteen yeara on the theory
auditor, formally took the oath of office
today In the office of Secretary McAdoo.
Thirty or more official were preaent
when the oath waa administered bv Mr.
rtUpatrlck and a general handshaking
enaued, prompted largely by the fact that
another democrat had landed a good lob
end waa accredited to a atate where
democrat by reaaon of dlaaenalon, had
failed to get together.
After the formal Induction Into office
Mr. Andrewa took the new auditor in
charge and eacorted him to the office
of the auditor in the old bureeu of printing
and engraving, where Mr. Patterson waa
formally ' Introduced to the force. Mr.
I Andrewa presented Mr. ratteraon a
fe'low Nebraakan and aaked for him th
tame consideration that had been ahown
him during the years paat when he waa
their head. The representatives of the .
auditor office in a few remarks ex-
prenaed regret over the termination of
Mr. Andrews' connection with the office
no pok euioKiBiicaiiy or nia pains-
taking care, hi devotion to duty and hi
genuine attachment to those under him.
The repreaentatlve of the auditor's of
fice welcomed Mr. Patterson and hoped
their relations would be pleasant.
Mr. Patteraon waa presented on behalf
of the rlerka with a bouquet of pink
rose, while Mr. Andrewa received a
cluster of carnation.
Reception for Miss
Annama in I .nnrinn
VAVwVwVVAAJ 4eU aaW V eVV V V Mb
LONDOK. May 1! The women of Lon-
doa today gave a reception in honor of
Jane Addama, one of the American dele
gate to the recent International confer
ence of women at The Hague. Many
pacifist and suffragettes attended. .
Aaked what effect the sinking of the
Luaftanta would have on ike peace move
ment Inaugurated by women. '"Miss
Addame.ea.ld: " . T
';l cannot talk about It. Public feeling
Is, of course, highly Inflamed, but I in
corcly hope there will be no wr."
Mia Addam leave here Saturday for
Holland and if permitted will go thence
to Oar many.
MEETS IN BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE. Md.. May tf.-Mor than
1,m delegate and visitor. Including noted
eolal and charity workrra from every
Motion of th country, r her to attend
the forty-second annual aesiion of the
National Conference of Charities and Cor
rections which will begin tonight There
will be dally meeting until next Wednes
day, and as tha conference) has become
so large and it discussions ao varied,
eleven hallo will b required for the
meetlnga. At tonight's meeting: tha Invo
cation will be delivered by Cardinal Gib
bons. DEATH RECORD.
. . ! Carper.
NBHAWKA. Nb.. May U-ihpcial.)-The
funeral of Ie Carper, who died
Moaday after a three day' attack of
acute diabetes, .took, place today, Mr.
Carper waa bora on the home farm south
of town forty-eight year ago and h
lived In this community ever since. . Me
leavee aa ad mother besides a widow
and two children, two slatere, Mrs. Annie
Ptttman ot Tork and Mrs. Mattl Porter
of Union. The aervicea were conducted
t tha Methodist Episcopal church by
Rev. J. W. Hedge of tha United Breth
ren church i
M ct., SI ct. and f l.M aiiea
utu. li. LLE CO., Laboratories Omaha. Neb.
Have Yoa Tried Paxton's
Gas Roasted Coffee
Bey eae of Paxtoe Coffee today. Try it aa
you usually asake eoflr anil let your family be
Ae )ttdcc. They will ar Ue eoAm i
elmou ead weal more
."'7 30C l? Cesees
WAR, SAYS COLOHELj
T. R., in Address, Says U. S. Should
$t) A1j Trt(je with Germftny
URGES SHUN CHINA ATTITUDE
SYnACl'ST. N. Y.. May 12.
Former Prealdent Theodore Rooe
velt tonicht made a plea for prompt
action by the United State on ac
count of the LuBlianla disaster,
while commenting 0n President Wil
aon'a speech of last night to a gath
ering of naturalized Americana In
Mr. Roosevelt waa particularly In
terested in that part of the presi
dent's speech in which the latter re
ferred to "such a thing as a man be
ing too proud to fight" and "a na
tion being ao right that It does not
need to convince others by force that
It la right."
"I think that China is entitled to drw
til th comfort It cn from thla state
ment." ld Mr. Roosevelt, "and it would
be well for the United States to ponder
"Without twenty-four houre" delay thla
country ahould and could take effective
action by declaring that In view of Ger
many's murderous offenee aaraJnst tho
right of neutrals, all commerce with
Germany ahall be forthwith forbidden
and all commerce of every kind per
mitted and encourated with France, Eng-
j land and tha re at of the civilized world,
j "Thi would not be a declaration of
j war. It would merely prevent munition
of war being ent to a power which by
' It conduct has shown wllllngnees to uae
j munitions for the slaughter of unoffend
'lng men. women and children.
"I do not believe that the firm asaer-
tlon ot our rights means war, but it la
well to remember there are things worse
:ijtt Ui a nation underUnd that
ce u of worth onlv when It la the
handmaiden of International rlgheouinees
;,n(J of national elf-repect."
Vail, la., Passengers
on Lusitania Safe
DENISON. Is.. May lt-fSpectel)-
Michael Grlrahan and Charte Hanua and
'wife of Vail, thla cejinty wre peenger
j on board the Ludtanla. Telegram have
.been received l that they are among the
jvd. They were on their way to vlalt
! 1. n n . AAm In T m 1 r, .f .f manw
iyear. of .uccfui farming.
RAILWAY TERMINALS AT
SEWARD. ALASKA, BURNED
SEWARD. Alaska. May 12.-Seward
awoke today to commence the work ot
repairing the damage caused by the fire
which menaced yesterday the entire town
and which took heavy toll of the build
ing and property of the Alaska Northern ,
railway, soon to be taken over by thai
government." Coneervatlv estimate to
day places the loss t IIOO.OOO.
The fire still waa burning early today
In the Tlroad homestead timber tract a ;
hort dlstanc from Seward, where the j
flame started, but the wind which'
fanned the blase toward the town had j
died away and all danger waa thought to
have boon averted.
The roundhouse, machine ehope and
car shop of th railway were destroyed
were aeven realdencea and eight tent
house. A locomotive and tlx cr also
Th steamer Corwln. whtch sailed for
Nome early yesterday, was recalled by
wireless when the town seemed doomed
and ta passenger and crew aided In
fighting the flame.'
There were no fetalltle and none waa
WEEP1NO WATF.R, NeWT May U '
(Special William L. Lockman and Mis
Lena A. Smallfoot were married yeatev- j
day at St John Lutheran church In
Berlin, the pastor. Rev. Mlkkelsen, per-1
foiralng the ceremony. The groom la a 1
well known and proaperou farmer of '
Berlin precinct. The bride la th daugh- j
tar of Mr. and Mr. Edwin Smallfoot,
of Iunbar. They will make their home i
on the farm. j
Mlaa Margaret Conroy of Cleveland,
O.. and Mi. William H. Klrwan of
Omaha were married at 10 o'clock Wed
nesday ' morning hv Rev. Charles W.
Sayidge at hla office in the Brandei
1 got a bottle of Lee's Liauid
Shampoo and gave it a good
trial. "I find that it will do
everything you claim for It I have worked at the bar
5r.ui'! lof ' Tr ,B om ot the best shopa in New
York, Philadelphia and Chicago and have used hun
dreds ot different kinds of Shampoos, but I have never
found aay near as rood or that could be compered with
Lee's Liquid Shampoo and I will certainly recommend it
J?JU .wy riJ'- John Meyer, 150 1 Oak St., Kansas
More than one hundred drutfiats are now h and 1 ins
La s Liquid Shampoo la Kansas City fifty la Omaha
and spreading rapidly through the country. It does fine,
quick, clean work with no after-regret. Try It once a
weea tor a icw week and you will sever go back to the
at dnigsiata ot dellwered.
i. mtu ajytua. a.m. teteKo
CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS ON I
WAY TO SAN FHANCI5UU
NEW TORK. May li-Camille PBlnt
Saen. the French composer, reached
New Tork today aboard the ateainer
Tlorhambeau, enroute for Pan Francisco,
where he will vlidt the ranama-Paclflc
expoeltlon as th first delegate of the
Franco-American commission for the de
velopment of political, economical, liter
ary and artistic relations. Later the
composer will appear In a erl of lec
ture arranged by the commission at the
request cf the French government, for
eminent French. 8alnt-8ains will be In
America about three months.
He will apend aeveral daya In New
Vork before atartlng for San Franiisco.
Upon hla arrival here he announced that
he had compoeed a aong to be dedicated
to th exposition wnlch he would make
public In San Francisco.
FEW AMERICAN SHIPS
CROSS THE WAR ZONE
NEW TORK, May 12 Shipping record
show that since May 7 flfty-tx vessels
have departed from American or Can
adian ports fcr European ports, or vice
versa, whoee course a take them through
the gone of German submarines activity.
Of these only three are American, the
Philadelphia, which left New York May
for Liverpool; the St. Paul, Liverpool,
May S for New Tork. both passenger
ship, and the Ruby, merchant abip.
New Tork, May 11 for London. The St
Paul ahould have been well paat the war
GREAT BRITAIN BUYS TWO
CARGOES OF COTTON
LONDON. May 12.-Robert P. Skinner,
the American consul general here ha
been Informed by the board of trade that
It ha purchased th cargoes of cotton
on board tha American steamer South
erner and Carolina, detained by British
authorities for aome time past. The
Danish (teamera Orion and Oacar II.
bound for Copenhagen and held at Kirk
wall, have been released.
v SHOOTS HIMSELF IN HEAD
NEW TORK, My 12.-Otto FleUch
mann, prealdent ot the Fleischmann
Vehicle company, a member of the
Fleischmann family which eetaAliahed a
fortune a manufacturer of bread, shot
himself In a hotel where he had regis
tered under an assumed name. He waa
removed to a hoapltal where It was feared
he would not recover.
TAFT SENDS MESSAGE OF
CONFIDENCE TO WILSON
WASHINGTON. May 12.-Preddent
"Wilson today received a letter from Prea
ldent Taft expreaslng confidence in hla
ability to handle the situation growing
out. of the sinking of the Lusitania. The
president haa written a reply to Mr. Taft,
thanking him warmly.
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acts in this capacity at
no greater charge than
the individual executor.
Consult us freely
upon this subject.
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est styles in Pumps. The
faTorlte is the blark s,nd
white rombloatlan. We bare
an endlees Tariety of these,
also taas and patent. Prices
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rest over to your wife.
Let her run the house
and start a savin es ac
count In thla reliable
Institution, which haa
helped ao many thrifty
persona in thla com
The Musical Blacksmith Shop."
EASTMAN A MOOKE
'H'i Ovtmiv Bweetheart."
THKLE LI BINS
"WorH'e Fasteat Klnrr," and
WHAT HAl'PENEO TO JONES
"A Riotous Com erty."
1 0 f iww'astlt 1 He
w " loc Bitrs. w w
xur atstis. arts aruhv ails
MISS JOAN SAWYErI
Oltr rma. '
Jnktiw. Muod WliWJT a Jarlaa. I'tLtaLaOTT
CiHEt:WOOI a SIHNeif ORAMT. Otvhwia
PrtoM: M.tla.. al!T lOr : Swat Httl luu
kuiui an Hiukuti h. Nlshu ik.at.ia.lii
ncavavm . y im a a v. ac
ACTHKNTIC MOTION PICTCRE8,
Tbe War of the nations
Benefit Bed Croaa. Adas. Zk
Oomlar atuaw Cea. Soott ta Aatarctae
tzst of PimrQint Plctum
iaav Tuna tq&at
WCT-aVa iTiTi.eTTAaV CAJra,
I . TTri
The quality of work
manship has not been one
whit lowered from the
Thompson - Belden s t a n-dard.
Perfect' every detail of mak
fashionable to the extent of
being the largest selling high-
grade shoes in the world.
Women's Lisle U n ion
. Suits, fitted or wide
':, knee - .'SS
Women's Silk Combina
tion Suits, pink or white,
at -Y. ... $3.75
THIIEE WKS. IX MIXXEAPOUS
300 TIMES IN NEW YORK
w nr.r.aa JV.iS.S CITV
First, Last, and
Only Tims 'i!ore
i -Vf I (tit
Btnioo la gold, ailvar. trory,
eopper, and ail aorta of precious
tone and Jeweie have been lost
la wrecks at eeal If a going to
be saved! Wbatt Tel Tba
wonderful lrrmotloa of the Wil
liamson broOsu) aea fatbomed
tee aerreU of ta seal Ho more
worrying, fretting and stewing
about tb deep. Tfs all ben
aired, and th WCIwiteon Bob
BierlD Picture wlU abow yon
ttae woaderfal taaa at tbe bot
tocn af tbe nnaao; wao It roe down
there ; wbat eoct at creatarae tbey
re, etc, et&. etc Tea are going
to marvel aod ponder end won
der at tbe remarkable thing w
are going to abow yon. Ton
wlU be amaaed, enlightened and
awed I Get ready I Welti Watcbl
"Tbe aristocrat of Alma woa.
derfnl la tbe way of ptctajre
making" Cfefcac fimrmaL-
mix mia bieu.
aururs at ij M--7 o mt p. a
AOOLTS 25o; CHILD8EN 10c
atatlaae Today, a:S0. Daaoliig arter
Biaains. oo. at. Ceaaa'e raArtotle
Little Johnny Jones
Oe. Vaalpe aeJoaaay.
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af. W. A. Cbaaptom Zrlil Teem of
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a. Taaer BXa. Srery Tbore.
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