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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. MARCH SI, 1917.
Brief City News
Maida IiDe Bnrseas-Qrsndan Co.
Hit Boat Print It New Baacou Fnn.
Platinum Wedding Rings Edholm.
Home Talent Play Central Park
Social center will put on a home talent
play ot three acta next Friday.
Automobile Insurance Complete
protection. W. Charlea Sundblad,
Keellne building. Douglas 3320.
Barristers Club Meeting The Bar
risters' club will meet at the Commer
cial club Saturday noon. There will
be no speaker.
Clark to Visit Omaha President
James T. Clark of the Omaha road
will pass through this city Wednesday
evening on his way from California to
Minneapolis. He will spend an hour
Priest-Author Visits Here Father
Francis Finn of Cincinnati, O., a
writer of Juvenile stories, is the guest
of Creighton university. Boys and girls
the world oven have been delighted by
Father Finn's books.
To Co-operate in Patriotlo Meeting
The mayor and city council will co-
...mI. n um rtarrntn m.u meetina
to be held in the Auditorium on Bat
' urday evening, April 7, under aus
pices of the national patriotism com
mittee. . j., ' - i
Paving; Firm Incorporates Joseph
. 1... Da)a., , Port. UTlA
r. muipuy, jwvjci . ....
James F. Parks are tho incorporators
of the Parks Bros, company, wnicn
will do a aeneral Divine, grading and
construction business. The capital is
Enlists In Army Frank O. Palmer
of Clarlnda, la., who served with an
Iowa National Guard regiment on the
Mexican border, enlisted in the regular
army through the Omaha station. He
helped to Induce four Clarlnda friends
to Join with him.
George Parker to Speak The
Omaha Philosophical society will
meet Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock In
' the Lyric building, Nineteenth and
Farnam. Mr. Qeoree Wells Parker
will speak on "The African Origin of
-Dr. Freeman to Lecture Dr.
Leonard Freeman, professor of sur
eery in the University of Colorado,
will address the faculty and students
of the College of Medicine at the Col
lege building this evening at 8 o'clock.
Subject, "Habit and Economy in the
Operating Room." - J
Dr. Shustri to Tuecture K. D. Shas
trl, M. D., who presided "over the de.
liberations ot the international con
crens of religious philosophies at the
Panama-PaciBc exposition, will speak
Sunday evening at 8:16 on the sev
enth floor of the Bee building on "The
World s Great Religion." -.,
- Reward for Stolen Cai- H. C. Lan
can. 3419 Dodee street, offers tlOLO re
ward to stimulate the search for his
stolen Ford car. which was taken
Thursday night from In front of his
home. A Cadillac auto belonging to
Jake Kline. 137 South Thlrty-nftli
street, was stolen from in front of
the Auditorium. ,,
Guard Needs Carfare William J.
Reynolds of St. Louis, a member of
the Missouri National Guard, has ap
plied to local army recruiting head
quarters for transportation home, In
order that he may Join his regiment
and be mustered into federal service.
- Sergeant Hansen has wired to Wash,
lngton for the necessary authority.
Sister Says Lad is 18,
But Father Says Not So
Age of Herman Serumpler, jr., of
Hebron, Neb., is bothering i-ieuten
ant Waddell of the navy recruiting
Herman produced I birth, certifi
cate, signed by his sister, Mrs. A. J.
Thurman, 3623 Avenue 'A, Council
Bluffs, which showed that the would-
be jack tar was 18 years of age. As
he was about to be enlisted and sworn
in, a telegram arrived from his father,
Herman Sernmpler, sr., of Hebron,
asserting that the lad was only 17,
and forbidding him to join the navy.
Fending an investigation, the en
listment is being held up. The father
is said to be a native ot uermany.
.The son is anxious to serve on one of
Uncle Sam s battleships.
Friction Explodes Pan
Of Gasoline; Woman Burned
Mrst George Scott, apartment 7, the
Hudson, 207 South Twenty-sixth
street,; was badly burned about the
hands and arms and her hair was
singed when a pan of gasoline with
which 'she was cleaning clothes ex
ploded, presumably from the .irictiori
caused by rubbing a blue serge suit.
-Mrs. Scott had just taken the serge
suit from the gasoline when it ex
ploded. Fire Chief Salter, in explain
ing the explosion, declared serge
often caused a friction which will ex
plode gasoline. Three suits, two be
longing to Mrs. acott and one to her
h tiband, were burned by the blaze.- .
Harry Wolf has Just raturnfld from Ex
celsior Springs, Mo., where be rested up for
a few weeks. He will now get active at
once In the matter of arrangements for the
building- of the big twelve-story hotel oo
the site of the old Sohilts hotel. - -
Many Cases of
Says We Must Keep Feet Dry, Avoid
. Exposure and Eat Less ' "
Stay off the damp ground, avoid ex
posure, keep feet dry, eat less meat,
drink lots of water and, above all,
take a spoonful of salts occasionally
, k..n IA
Rheumatism is caused by poisonous
toxin, called uric acid, which is gen
erated in the bowels and absorbed
into the blood. It is the function of
the kidneys to filter this acid from the
blood and cast it out in the urine. The
porej of the skin are also a means of
treeing the blood of this impurity.; In
lamp and chilly, cold weather the
skin pores are closed, thus forcing the
kidneys to do double work, they be
:ome weak and sluggish and fail to
sliminate this uric acid which keeps
iccumutating and circulating through
the system, eventually settling in the
ioints and muscles, causing stiffness,
soreness and pain called rheumatism.
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of Jad Salts; put a table
spoonful in a glass of water and drink
before breakfast each morning for a
week. This is said to eliminate uric
icid by stimulating the kidneys to
normal action, thus ridding the blood
of these impurities.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless
and is made from the acid of grapes
nd lemon juice, combined with lithia
and is used with excellent-results by
i . i r ti. i- t
' muBMfiu, Vk ww arc SUUJCCt Wf
rheumatism. Here you have a pleas-,
ant, effervescent lithia-water drink
which overcomes' uric acid and is
beneficial to jjour IMbey' weH.
WOMEN RESPOND TO
APPEAL OF COUNTRY
Sweethearts, Sisters and Moth
ers Urge Loved Ones to
Join the Colors.
MAEIKB OFFICER TO WED
National Guard 109
Marine Corps 7
Total since Sunday 218
Women are responding splendidly
to the appeal of officers of the military
organizations. Sweethearts, sisters
and - mothers of young men are
showing their patriotism in the na
tional crisis by securing recruits and
urging their loved ones to join the
colors. ' '." '; . ' ." ' '
The Misses Louise, Irene and Es
ther Cotter, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Cotter, 4150 Davenport
street, have a brother, John, already
a member of Company B of the local
guard. If war comes their younger
brother, Fred, now a lieutenant in the
university cadet regiment at Lincoln,
will serve in the army.
Mrs. Cotter and the young women
are putting patriotism ahead of fam
ily m the crisis. They have urged
their young men friends to join a mil
itary organization and several of the
lads have already entered the guard
this week. . .. ... . . '
-Another young woman responding
to the appeal to patriotic women is
Miss. Minnie Abraham, 419 North
Twenty-eighth avenue. She has two
brothers, Louis and Isadore, already
ir Company A of the local guard, and
another brother in the regular army,
now stationed at Honolulu.
Would Shoulder Gun, Too.
' "I'm willing to- shoulder a gun my
self and fight for Old Glory," she told
Recruiting Sergeant Rogers of Com
pany A Friday morning at headquar
ters. Her eyes sparkled as she proud
ly told ot ner tnree Drotners in the
Several young men of her acquaint
ance are being interested and she
said she expected them to join soon.
An older sister is still in Roumania,
in territory overrun by the .teutonic
armies, and Miss Abraham declared
her desire to fight under the Stars
and Stripes to avenge the sufferings
caused by the kaiser's forces,
A letter has been sent by her to
the secretary of war offering her
services in any possible way in the
Marine Officer to Wed.
Miss Grace L. Adams, 23 of St.
Louis, is another woman whose pa
triotism takes precedence over all
else. She is now on her way to
Omaha to become the bride of Ser
geant Lee L. Carpenter, local re
cruiting officer of the marine corps.
. They will probably be married here
today,- instead of April 7, as origi
nally planned, because Sergeant Car
penter expects to be called at any
"We will be married at once," Miss
Adams wrote him, "but you will go
ahead and fight abroad if necessary. I
am glad to have a chance to show
my patriotism that way, and would
much rather be the wife of a marine,
away fighting for his country, than
to stand in the way of his patiotism."
Gives Her Oldest Son.
With 'seven children 'dependent
upon her for support, one of them
being in a hospital, Mrs. Luella
Becker, Forty-seventh and Military
avenue, urged her oldest son, Howard,
only 17, to join the National Guard.
He enlisted in Company D, after she
sent him to the recruiting station with
her written consent that he join.
Mrs. Kate Hunter, 2424 Larimore
avenue, was another mother who of
fered her-son, Melvin Withnell, 18 on
the shrine of patriotism when the call
for volunteers became insistent Fri
day morning she consented to his
enlistment in the navy, and she said
goodby to him in Lieutenant Wad
dell's office. The lad is a nephew of
City Commission Charles Withnell.
- Still another mother to put patriot
ism before mother love was Mrs. Eda
A. Bryant of i East Omaha, who is
willing that her . son, Fred Study,
should join Company A of the guard.
He is only 17 years of age, but the
"The Spirit of
A Fantastic Comady
Special Children's Performance
SATURDAY MORNING AT 10
"Such a Princess" and ,
; ADMISSION ( CENTS
Bee Want Ads Bring
mother signed consent, as is required
for lads under 18. ,
Urge Sweethearts to Join.
Several recruits for the National
Guard have been enlisted through the
efforts of the Girls' Preparedness and
Recruiting club, organized by Miss
Louise Fillmore, 4422 Pierce street.
She says that some of the girls in
duced their sweethearts to join, but
that both girls and lads were anxious
to keep their names secret under the
Heavens in April
By WILLIAM F. RIGGE.
The days are increasing in length
during the month by an hour and a
quarter, being 12 hours 34 minutes
long on the 1st, 13 hours 14 minutes
on the 15th and 13 hours 49 minutes
on the 30th. On the 21st the sun
On the 14th Saturn is in quadra
ture, crossing the meridian then at
6:38 p. m. Venus is in superior con
junction with the sun on the 27th, and
then becomes evening star. Mars is
stiil too near the sun to be seen.
The moon is in conjunction with
Jupiter on the 22d, and with Saturn
on the 27th. Mercury may perhaps
be seen near and to the left of the
thin crescent moon on the 22d after
Rtaa(Nom8t, aVr. IRIw.'tttb Sat.
30 S JS1I.26.3 f'rl. 11 33 7.0( 1 00 10
II I II 12.2S (.44 Sit. 13.11 7.10 I II 31
1 11 It. II .S Sun. 1.14 I. II 1101
1 10 11. IS .4S Hon. 1.13 III lilt
1 1 08 11.17 1.48 Tug. 1. 14 1.(11 4 011
4 06 11.17 1. 40 Wad. 4.14 10.40 4 10 4
t S 04 11.17 I. Id Tbu. 1.15 11.11 4 48 I
01 11.16 (.11 Trl, 6.17 Mian 108 4
71 00 11.11 1. 11 Sat 1.11 II 0( 118 7
8 I 10 11.16 4.61 Sun. 1.17 11 B I 01 I
1 S 57 11.16 6.64 Mon. 1.45 118 ( 111
10)5 66 11.16 4 68 Tua. 10.51 111 t 11 10
11 6 63 11.1( 1.67 Wed. 11.61 III 7(8 11
13 5 11 13.16 1.68 Thu. Mldn 4 14 155 11
18 6 60 11.1( 6.10 Frl. 106 I 31 10 00 II
14 6 41 13.34 7.00 Sat. 116 ( 10 11 11 14
16 5 47 11.14 7.01 Sun. 116 Til 11.16 16
16 6 46 11.14 7.01 Won. 160 110 1 II II
17 1 46 11.13 7.01 Tua. Ill 101 1.63 17
11 6 43 11.23 7.04 Wad. 1 47 1 61 4.04 11
Id 5 41 11.28 7.06 Thu. 4 14 10 41 6.10 11
20 6 40 11.18 7.04 Frt. 4 43 11 33 1.83 10
11 5 89 12.13 7.07 Sat. 6 16 11.31 7.4(21
32 ( 37 11.31 7.01 Sun. 110 1.11 1.66 1)
33 6 86 11.13 7.00 Mon. Ill 1.14 10.02 13
14 6 14 12.32 7.10 Tua. 7 18 1.09 11.0124
35 1 33 12.13 7.11 Wad. 101 1.14 11.14 25
26 5 32 12.23 7.12 Thu. 1 10 4.66 Mldn 26
27 6 31 13.31 7.18 Frt. 10 11 1.44 13 38 37
38 6 10 11.31 7.14 Sat. 1112 t.89 1 12 21
39 6 28 12.11 7.16 Sun. 11.11 7.11 117 11
30(17 12.217.16 Mon. 1.13 1.18 1 08 30
16 16 12.217.17 Tu. 1.18 1.36 117 1
3 6 34112.21 7.18 Wed. 1.12 1.16 148 1
Full moon on the 7th, 7:41 e. n.
Laat quarter on the 14th, S:ll p. m.
New moon on the llet, 8:01 a. m.
First Quarter on the 28th, 11:22 p. m.
North Platte Church Pays Debt
North Platte, Neb., March 30.
(Special.) At the annual congrega
tional meeting of the North Platte
Presbyterian church sufficient funds
were pledged to pay the $4,300 in
debtedness still hanging over! the
BR A I DEIS
Cohan and HarrU Prttatnt ,
"KIT THE TRAti K0LLIDIY"
With FRANK. OTTO and EXCELLENT CAST
Cohan Spaed Cohan Twist Cohan Laugha
THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE
Last two times of Will M.
Cressy and Blanche Dayne;
George White and Lucille Cav
anagh, and . Current Bill.
MATINEE TODAY 2:15
Next Week Nat C. Goodwin.
BOYD THEATRE Omaha
II DAYS Starting Tomorrow. Sun., Mat.,
April 1. Mate. Dally, 3:30; Evnii., SiSO
Prlcee: Mate., 75c, SOc, 2Sc Eventafa,
tl, 75c, SOc, 2Sc
You'll never eea It any cheaper.
Company'e Own Symphony Orcheatra.
or tries Stunaandoixs
new Torn o U CCLS3
SUBLIME MUSICAL SCORE
OMAHA'S FUN CENTER
A,T&yTm Evan'te, 15-25-SO-7JC
THE MAJESTICS Jg
Tamed 'Tlu Zleffald FollfM of BurlaiqiiV'
wa'oTri""" Florenc Bennett
II MAMMOTH STAOI SSTTHHS-ll
Beauty Chare of Twenty.feer Charnlai Charawt
(Final Performance Friday Nlte
LADIES' DIME MATINEE WEEK PAYS
Don't Miss the
tiven fcr the
. ORDER OF STAGS
- Bue Ball Team
(Oieaha Drove 135) ' ,
Seeerdar Eveniof, March 31st
ADMISSION M CENTS '
f WM. SCHILLING CO.
' FRtAR, BAOGETT a FREAR
FOU.IS SISTERS aV LE ROY
BABY MARIE OSBORNE, I
'TOLD AT TWILIGHT"
Chlldren'e Mat. Saturday 10 A. M.
splendid church building. The debt
will be paid and note and mortgage
burned June 1. The church was con
structed seven years ago at a cost of
$25,000. An organ and other fur
nishings brough the cost up to fis,-
Bray Will Plead Guilty ,
To Charge of Forgery
North Platte, Neb., March 30.
Keith Bray, alias Earl Bray, was re
turned to North Platte from Gillette,
Wyo.. where he was arrested while
employed on a ranch. Bray is wanted
on a charge of raising a $3 check
given him by Van Lawrence to $45.
Bray admits his guilt and declares
that he wishes to enter a plea of
guilty to the charge, receive sentence
and begin serving his penitentiary
term as soon as possible, .
House Advances State
Printing Plant Bill
From a Staff Correapondent.)
Lincoln, March 30. (Special Tele
gram.) The house this morning
voted to send to third reading H. R.
151, appropriating $100,000 for a state
printing plant. The vote was 3 to 1
in its favor.
Blancett Identified as 1
Man Who Posed as Armour
Santa Fe, N. M., March 30'. Elmer
E. Blancett declared today that call
ers at the county jail who said they
knew him as Clyde D. Armour were
strangers to him. Blancett, it is al
leged, impersonated Clyde Armour
of Sioux City t Santa Fe and Albu
querque after killing him in the Glor
ieta mountains. Blancett's left arm
is useless as the result of his attempt
to kill himstlf when he was arrested
at Friday Harbor, Wash.; on "the
charge of murder by firing a charge
of shot into his neck. -
Alliance Will Intervene
In Coal Rate Case
Alliance, Neb., March 30. (Spe
cial.) The Alliance Commercial club
has filed a bill of intervention with
the Interstate Commerce commission,
praying for the privilege of interven
ing in the coal rate case between the
Lincoln Commercial club and the
railroads shipping coal from Colo
rado points. This complaint alleges
that there is certain discrimination
being practiced by these railroads
against Alliance and the territory
east, and it is hoped to change this
condition by this hearing, which is
set for April 14 at Lincoln, Neb.
Union Pacific Sues the
Dawson Irrigation Company
Lexington, Neb., March 30. (Spe
cial.) The Union Pacific railroad
today brought suit against the Daw
son County Irrigation company for
the maintenance and repair of the
railway bridge spanning the com
pany's main ditch near Coaad. The
irrigation company, in which many
farmers and merchants are interested,
has been making an effort to develop
irrigations in this vicinity and to es
tablish the sugar beet industry, 2,500
acres being contracted for this year.
Remove Thote Hairs
I Root$ and All
(Aheolntelr Kw. Method.)
The new way to remove dlaflsurlnir
srowtha of auperfluoua hair, rooto and all,
will aalonleh and dellsht you. You never
aaw or heard of anything Ilka It before.
It li not a depilatory and not electrical.
You almply sat a atlck of phelacttne from
your drucvlat and follow the elmpla dl
rectlone at home. In a fey aeconda you
have removed the offending hair, roota
and all. With your otfn eyoa you aee the
roota . come riant out, Phelacttne te at.
aolutaly harmleea, non-poleonoua and par
fectly odorteee. Batlafactton Ruarantaed
or money refunded. Advertlaement.
SM SoaHi MH. Street
KSakes its bow to the men of Omaha 1
Omaha has long, needed a Hat Shop jast like this one.
And here it is, with a complete stock of tive sfityyiest hats
jm ever sav. That's not an here yon will be able to get not
. 6m tte eeiebmtea i -t -. . .
Hawes Hats vt $300
aYcmriU stoet at the very latest asfa mdK'atbdtiee
Sifts, Neckwar, Htetierj,
G:tkrs. Under wear,
This shop wll be in a class aM by itweef men ol dis
enitaihatirtg teiste TV-ill at once recognise ft m fjHing a
definite need. It will lie a shop where your morvsv wjm get afl
te value It is possible to give, and style to. a teWtjhtttw ftjTJe.
iW ns a vlaft see how well we are prepared to serve yoo'oori-
seteottously and earnestly.
Mr, Leroy Proctor, for many years with Pease Bros. Co.,
wall manage the Premier Hat Shop. He extends a coral
Invitation to his many friends to be present at the Opening,
111 ! i '. afj i wwuirr m .jutst . j.i1. j u,.:r
U7 . w HAT 5H0P
Phillip's Sept. Store
24th and O St., South Side,
J. V P. Coats
and C. M. C.
' and Colors.
Pre-Easter ; Sale of Wearables at Amaz
: r. : ' v . ingly Low Prices
Another new Department added
to this Greater Store of the South
The most popular colors and
stripes in taffetas, messalines,
poplins, etc., at $1.25 to $2.25 yd.
Jap Silks (all 'colors) , at, yd., 59c.
Tub silks, fancy stripes,; at $1.25
You won't need to look further
for better quality and lower prices
in Crepe de Chines am Georgette
Crepe, for sleeves, trimmings, etc.
WARNER'S RUST PROOF COR
SETS at $1.00 AND UP.
Corsets for stout and medium
figures in several models, rein
forced side steel,' 4' garters, guar
anteed rust proof, at $1.00 up.
Ladies' Washable Blouses on sale
Saturday at $1.00 and $1.25.
Extra value in House Dresses
here in choice styles and ma-
teriaig at 7c up-
Special group of Ladies' Tea
Aprons, Breakfast Caps and Neck
wear at one special price, 10c each.
Come early for this bargain.
Correct Spring Hats for Men at
$1.50 and $2.00. The most wanted
shapes. Fedora in, colors of Olive,
Green, Steel Gray, at $2.00.
Men's Spring (neck band) Shirts
at $1.00 up. Unusual values in
these shirts, Silk Front, double
cuffs, new patterns. A good value
Special lot of
Men's Silk Ties
... at' 59c. '
Neckwear of unusual quality,
large shape, flowing ends, at a
special price, 59c. . - .
Men's Spring Ribbed Union Suits,
50c Just the weight union suits
betwixt seasons, at SOc a suit
BOYS' SHORT PANTS SUITS
AT $2.98 TO $6.00 SUIT
Your choice selection . here in
Boys' Easter Suit, new pinch
back models, in newest patterns,
ages 5 to. 17, at $2.98 to $6.00 suit
Saturday Offerings from the Shoe Department
Men's 'Fine Gun Metal Dress
Shoes, Button or Lace, at $2.50 to
Children's Vlci Kid shoes, size 8
to 8, at 95c pair. Boy Scout shoes,
9 to 12, at, pair, $2.19.
A Wonderfully Com
plete Showing of
Get Thorn Now.
We Save You Money There Abe Reasons
Bedroom Furniture News-
PuU us in the midst
of hundreds of de
sirable odd pieces
in Bedroom Fur
nishings and many
derpriced at Both
Walnut or Mahogany
. (Like Illustration)
Very roomy; large mirror; William and Mary or Queen
Anne design $18.75
Poster Beds to Match, as low as. . . .", .$15.75
Many Dressing Tables in all the Woods Greatly Reduced.
Odd Chiffoniers in Walnuts, Mahoga
nies and Maples, as low as $15.75. These
are big roomy pieces splendidly finished.
(See These Saturday at Both Stores.)
Poster Beds in Oak, Walnut and Mahog
any finishes, $14.75, $15.75, $17.75 and
$19.75. Wood Beds, in all the popular
"suite" patterns, in every grade and kind
of wood, ranging from $13.50. $14.75,
$16.50, $18.00 and on through a line from fine broken
suites, made up in every period style; priced much un
der value. (See these Saturday at Both Stores.) , - .
3"THE STORE FOR THE PEOPLE"
Offers Special Induce
ments for Saturday
In their Ladies' Suit, Coat and Millinery Departments
Featuring values that cannot be duplicated in Omaha.
Second FloorTake Elevator.
DO NT MISS ONE IT EM
Read them all. Supply your demands for Easter Dress.
NOTE OUR PRICES
Sprinf Coats Pop. Spring Coats Pop- Spring Coats Ve
ils end aerial aery, lin na elouri mus- lour, popllmi fold,
u.t.rd, ,.!.. coat. -o tan. .at-,, .or
made to sell (or $10 m.j. ta ,. ( rect models. Worth
tollS I17.S0 to $20 $21.B0 to $25
,$6.98 $9.98 $12.48 te $14.98 $16.48 , $18.98
Spring Suits Pop- Spring Suits Ve. Spring Suit
lin, serge all the lour, poplinij mm- Serge, poplin, re.
new colors, great U.rd oii' k'"; f"
j. i u, .l ... styluh. new modeli. Worth
?,5lyn.0r.,,, j,2 Worth $24.00 to $30 to $37.50. Now
to $22.50. Saturday, $27.50. Now on sale, en a.l
$12.48 $16.50 $18.50 $21.50 $22.50 . $24.98
Taffeta Silk Skirts All the n w s t Tub, Silk and Crops
In all the leading models In Spring Chine Waists
si.,. i,... White, flesh) neat
effects. Worth $6.98 " V ..a. etrlpei all sise..
to $12 48 Worth $1.48 to Worth $2.50 to $5.
to $12.48 $8 98 Sltllr(J.y Saturday
$4.95 $9.98 98l $4.98 $1.98 $3.48
New Form Fitting Sateen -- Lingerie Walets-
Bungalow .Apron.. Fency ruffle, all N i U w fc
W.r,hJ5c. Satur- staj Worth 75c. s.,ur)J.y
59c 1 48c : lv 98c
SPECIALS IN OUR MEN'S DEPARTMENT .
SATURDAY MAIN FLOOR. COME EARLY
THE NOVELTY CO.
214-216 N. 16th St.
"The Store for the People"
- BERNSTEIN AND KRASNE, Props.
Arrive La Salle Station on the Loop any
part , of the city quickly reached by elevated
trains. Most convenient location in Chicago.
"Chicago Day Express" at 6:00 a. m.
"Chicago-Colorado Express" at 3:55 p. m.
"Chicago-Nebraska Limited" at 6:08 p. in.
"Rocky Mountain Limited" at 2:00 a. m.
Connections at Englewood Union Station
. (63rd Street) with limited trains for all Eastern
territory, v 1 ' ,
Automatic Block SignaW ' , ,
Finest Modern All-Steel Equipment
. . I , Superior Dining Car Service
Tickets, reservations and information St
Rock Island Travel Bureau. 1323 Farnam
Street, or at Union Station. ;
J. 8. McNALLT
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