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Tut-; tiWni OMAHA. SATl IM)AV, NO 'KM HIM L 11)12.
We Go because we give
the best GOING values
All our customers are
GOERS They're up-to-date,
they wear clothes that
can't be beat.
jCERESCO FARMERS PROTEST
I Object Before State Board to Fill in
I Platte River.
DRAINING BIO RESERVOIR
Wntrr Behind Pnthflndrr nam Helmc
I.rt Ont nnd nrtdsre Work Df
lured nrnntt Alone
Union Made to
N. W. Corner 15th
and Harney Sts.
j The Original $15 GO
Store Where all the
Write for Our Sample
Folder and Style Plates.
Will open for your
Saturday, Nov. 2d
A New Men's Shop
522 South 16th Street
This new store will be run In
conjunction with the shop now
located in the new W. O. W.
Building, Fourteenth at Far
nam. The same splendid line of
Furnishings and Hats the
same reasonable prices and
courteous treatment and the
same intelligent store servlco
which has mado cortain the
success of the old store will bo
closely adhered to in this store.
You men Who aim at correct
attire and appreciate quality in
tho things you buy are cordially
invltod to call.
31K2 South 10th Street.
WiVl. J. BOEKHOFF,
rUEE TO YOU.
Mnny a good man has lost his busl--ess
by being cranky nnd disagreeable,
ii', all because his stomach did not do
lis work properly- Don't let this occur
ti you, It Is so easy to be cured of ston.
sicU trouble. Spruce Pepsin Tablets, the
ati'ral remedy, will cure you. Let us
-end you a free trial to provo It. Spruce
Cablet Co., Heron Lake, Minn. Adver-sement.
IifS AND HEALTH 10 FnOTHEH AMD CHILD.
llss. Wiwslow's SooTUtNO Syscr ll bee
rKd faroVcr SIXTY VKAUSby MILLIONS o(
"oTIIKKS for the-.r CIIILURKN WIUW
iTHINO with WJRl'KCT SUCCBSi II
t OTIIES the CHILD, SOI' TENS the GB1I3
Al LAYS Ul I'AIN i CL RI'S WINI1 COLIC, and
Me nefl "raedy for DIARUIKXa. It U l
v .lev hnirole Me uic ud ak lor "Mrs.
v n- uwi. Soothing Syrup." and ike no othci
, i .vecest botli'.
FMt C 1 7 HABIT CONQUERED
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I ll mmwriil sAct after all
UP B S H H Ik olhrra fell, (itnllr, pica,
anl, hirn'ic for n p rtMUti drlakar tie.
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E. J. WOODS, 634 5Uth Av. uj u ., New York, N.T.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. 1. (Special.) A pro
test has been filed with the State Board
of Irrigation by a number of farmers
near Ceresco against tho counties of
Dodge and Saunders to prevent tho
counties named from building a. fill tn
the Platte river near North Bend, where
a state aid bridge Is being put In across
In order to build the bridge In a sub
stantial manner It was necessary to
make the river narrower than It was. nnd
with that end In view the river was filled
In so that the channel will be only about
l.EOO feet wide. This Is considered to be
wide enough to carry off the, water.
It seems that no complaint was entered
against the filling- In or tne river until
tho J6b was nearly completed. It was
then that the farmers got busy nnd pro
tested against tho work, claiming that
the fill-in will cause a backflow of water
during the high floods of tho spring nnd
cause damage to their lands. An answer
will have to be filed November
Webster Mnn'i Platform,
Q. W. Lindsay, democratic candidate
fon tho legislature from Wtebster county
has printed at the bottom 01 his political
cards the following: "Opposed to tne
present primary law as an unjust tax
upon the taxpayers and should bo re
pealed." Water In III Project.
On account of the draining ot the Path
finder reservoir work on several stato-nld
bridges has been suspended until the
water has subsided. Assistant State tin
glneer Roberts has Just returned from an
Inspection of brldgeB In' tho western part
of the state and says that fow people
rcallzo tho amount of water kept In
storage by the Pathfinder reservoir. Tho
reservoir holds 1,000,000 acre feet of
water, 6r sufficient capacity to hold back
the flow of water In the Platte river for
six months or a year. At present the
reservoir Is being lowered at the rate of
6;0OJ cubic feet per second, which Is re
sponsible for the let up of the work on
the bridges at Brldgepot, Bayard and
McQrew In Scott's Bluff county. The
draining of the reservoir Is mado to make
some chunges needed.
Ken Onnrd Hosier.
The adjutant general's office Is at
work on . a new. roster of tho guard,
which wen completed will be something
considerably better than ever before at
tempted. It will bo a general bureau of
nformutlorf regarding all officers of the
Wroiifr Instructions fllven.
According to Secretary of State Wait
wrong Instructions as to voting a straight
ballot have been given out by some of
the papers of the state. One paper in
particular which circulates well over the
state, which will not be published again
In time to correct tho error. Informed Its
readers that a cross In the circle at tho
right of the presidential electors would
vote for all the candidates on the ballot
of that patty.
This Is entirely wrong. The only circle
where a cross therein will vote for nil
the candidates of the party Is the circle
found nt the right of the party designa
tion at the top of the ticket. For in
stance, If a voter wishes to vote for all
the republican candidates on the ticket
he may put a cross opposite tho name re
publican nt the head of the ballot. The
snme plan followed out will vote for all
the candidates of any other party whose
name Is nt tho top of the ballot above
the constitutional amendments.
Should a voter desire to "split" his
ticket he could put. u cross In the circle
opposite his party name at tho head of
the ticket and then vote for the candi
date of some other party by putting i
cross opposite that candidate's name
where It appears on the ballot. The ticket
would therefore be for all candidates of
the paity where the cross appeared at
tho top and for the candidate of the othr
party where the cross appeared opposite
the party name at the top of the ballot
above the constitutional amendments.
Opinion In Oinnli Cne.
Among the olnlons banned uown thlc
morning by tho supreme court was that
of Hans Chrixtensen against the Omaha
Ice and Cold Storage company of Omaha
Chrlstensen was lessee of a tract of land
between the Missouri river and Cut-Orf
lake, and alleged that on account of the
failure of the Ice company property to
mnlntaln a ditch leading from the Inke tn
the river and a dam constructed therein
to prevent floodwaters of the river from
flowing Into the lake, the water ovor
Ilowed his land and destroyed or dam
aged Ids crops. Tho supreme court nf.
firmed the decision of the lower court,
which was In favor of the plaintiff.
NEWS NOTES OfTlLIANCE
AND BOX BUTTE COUNTY
ALLIANCK. Neb.. Nov. 1. (Speclal.)
P. K. Rowland, a Burlington engineer and
Miss May Snoddy, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Snoddy of Alliance, were mar
ried this morning n Holy Rosary church,
Kev. Peter Donnelly officiating.
A fight Is expected on the proposition
for bonds for a new court house to. bo
decided by the Voters of Box Butte county
next Tuesday, both sides claiming n
The condition of Harry Bowman, tie
young man who was shot accidentally
while hunting ducks Is very much. Im
proved. Joseph Rlnglbour. arrested for sending
obscene matter through the malls, was
taken to Bayard by Un'ted States Mar
shal Wright of Chadron. He will be
arraigned some time next week,
Sem Notes of Fntrf leld.
FAinwiBLD. Neb.. Nov. l.-(Specal.)
Oaylord Lupher.,6 years of age, youngest
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie) Lupher, died
this morning after a week's Illness of
Last evening while Huby Lewis. Nellie
Irwin, Iloss Palmer and Tloyce Davidson
were out for a short drive the horses be
came frightened at a dog and the buggy
was overturned. Miss Lewis' limb was
broken and Miss Irwin shoulder war
1 fractured, Mr. Palmer being rendered un
conscious. ' i
Charle I Lew s and Mr niia Put
, ton were united In marriage by rtev A
Store Closes Saturdays
9 P. M.
OMAHA'S ONLY MODERN CLOTHING STORE
THE HOME QUALITY CLOTHES
You'll be well
How often hnvo you gono
Into a store Hat-hunting ami
found that the hat you hid
in in 1ml wasn't to ho found
In tho store? It's n dis
agreeable experience nnd
one never experienced hero.
The hIzo of our lint stock
and tho chnractcr of tho hats
In It nro proof against dis
appointment. $1.50 to $10.
STETSONS OF MANY
KINDS IjKJ.no UP.
STYLISH VKLOUK AND
ItOUKH HATS VV TO
What influences you most
in your clothes buying?
Some men buy clothes nceordini? to quality ; price is ti secondary con
sideration with them. Some buy according; to price and look not
into the nudity of the garment. Others gauge their buying by a
style standard other things are little considered. Some look for
big assortments, others for exclusive patterns. We don't care, par
ticularly, which of these things influences you most "What we want
to know is why any man should go to any store because of any one
of these things when they can come here and enjoy all of themt It
takes time to induce some men to investigate our claims but it only
takes about minutes to convince them that this is the one best
clothing store once we've induced them to investigate, it ho very
best time to try to locate the best clothing store is at a time when
you have clothing to buy today.
Speaking of swell fall suits
We want to put in a word for ours. They're swell and they're good.
They're quality products, every one of them, and they're priced to
compete with ordinary kinds. They're in great assortment, and no
man, no matter how strange his notions or how irregular his form,
need go out of our store without having found a suit to his liking.
$10.00 up to $40.00
To men of uncommon build Young men like our fall suits
HAM? MINUTE STOUE TAMv
Another proof of the Kreatnest
of this storo Is tho number of
salesmen It employs. Take the
rtothliiK cud of our business, for
InstHiiro. We employ twelve
painstaking salesmen who sell
cluthlnK exclusively, to attend our
suit and overcoat trndo. We don't
cm ploy them becauso thny aroROod
fellows nnd need tho Job. We
are not philanthropists. We employ
them because o need them be
cause cnniiKh suit and overcoat
buyers come here to keep them
blisy ut least most of tho time.
If wo had fewer patrons, we'd
hnvo fewer snlosn.'en. .ny store,
rlKhtly mnnagrd, adjusts Its sales
force o fit Its patronage. If wo
employ twelve rlothlnn salesmen
It's a pretty safe kuoss that wo
sell more clothing than stores em
ploying half that number. When
you're looking for the big store,
with the, big trade, look for the
one with the big snloi force, nnd
It will provo a mighty good storo
ui tin up to.
Quality is the
keynote of our
Almost every shoo store
quotcB the samo shoe prices
as this storo quotes but
fow. If nny, stores offer such
good shoes for those prices.
Tho now styles nro very at
tractive. $2.50, $.1.BO, $1,
Don't Imaglno that when wo nro talking of
our ability to fit men wo aro referring to
thoso whom nature formed as wo would hnvo
had them formed. Our stock Is roploto with
special sizos and dlmonsloiiH for fellows ot
Irregular build nnd when wo say wo can fit
every one wo menu you as well as tho other
Whon young follows como to look at our
sultfl our mil emu en show thorn garmontB de
signed to express youthfulness, vigor nnd
vim. They're not tho biiuio suits that wo
provide for their fathers. They're distinctive
ly young mannish. Tho Fall models nro woll
liked by tho young follows who have seon
The West's greatest overcoat store
The thing that makes a store great, or otherwise, is its ability to meet the requirements of all as fast as
they come. This store provides somewhere near 3,000 Overgarments for its patrons to choose from and
it employs twelve competent, painstaking salesmou to assist them in finding a coat they can buy without
sacrificing one particle of their personal likes. No western store is -so well prepared for the overcoat
demands of its patrons.
$10.00 up to $75.00
Wonderful line at $15, $20, $25.
Ii. Grocsman at the home of the bride
The Clay County Good lloads associa
tion met at Masonic hall last evening.
T. J. Kowler gave n talk on "The Hoads
of Knglnnd." J. M. Jones M Clny Center
and Will Brookley of Edgar spoke on the
legislative situation regarding good roads
and the secretary of tho State Amerlcnn
association gave an address on the work
ing of the association.
BURCHARD WOMAN DIES
SUDDENLY AT BEATRICE
HRATRICrc, Neb., Nov. 1. (Bpfeclal.)
Mrs. Frank Dorlng of Tlurchurd, Neb.,
died suddenly here yostciday at tho homo
of her sister, Mrs. W. II. Hrcnker. nsed
41 years. She Is survived by her husband
and four children. The body w,ns taken
t(. nurchard this afternoon for Interment.
An uthlctlr budget fund for tlm sup
port of the high school fool bull team Is
hclng lalsed by the bu'lness men of
Ueatll"e. The amount mednil Is fl.SO).
Beatrice horsemen yesterday purchased
about twenty-live held of horses at Fair
bury belonging to the defunct Campbell
Brothers' clicus. which were sold under
u chattel mortgage held by D. B. Croppcy.
cashier of the First NatlonnI bank of
DAWSON REPUBLICANS ASK
COMMITTEEMEN TO RESIGN
UBX1NGTON. Neb., Ncv. 1, (Special.)
Republican voters who are supporting
the head of the national ticket nsaemblcd
at Lexington, Tuesday, and by resolution
condemned the action of the chairman
and secretary' of the republican county
committee In supporting the candidate
for president and vice president on the
progressive national ticket nnd demanded
their Immedlnte resignation.
WHEN LEMONADE WAS PINK
Passing of the Inventor Stirs a Lot
of Whiskered Memories.
REMEMBER IT, OLD SCOUT?
.Mutt-heil the Ito.y Tint nf llnrcbnck
tiller' TlKlits mid .loll mi '
Vision of I, Iff In it
Culls from the Wires
Gtoigo Baker today :iot and killed
his wife and f.ither-ln-lnw, Thomas
Glass, near Dawson, N. D. Baker was
arrested and taken to Jail at Steele.
joe Uavls and 'Buck" Burdolf wero ar
tested at Blocker, Okl., charged with par
ticipating In the robbery of a Katy pas
senger truln which was held uji near
Wlrth, Okl., Tuesday morning.
Navy off clals nre much pleaseil with
the raplo ty with which tho new wire
lens station ut Arlington, Vt.. Is respond
ing to tuning up. Already It Is working
at higher power than had been expected.
Three children, aged 7, 0 and 3, of
Frank Gerrlsh, were burned at Hull Brlte,
.Saskatchewan. Tho mother was away
from home ministering to a sick neigh
bor and had locked the children In Cre
Walter Johnson, an .aviator of Buth,
N, Y has established, a new American
endurance recoid at Klinira, N. V flying
A'lth one prtfeiigtr, by remaining In the
.i!r three hours fifty-one minutes and
Edwin Goodwin, a 15-yeur-oId boy, ad
mitted t)iat he wan responsible for the
death of Captain Hurry C. Young, who.ie
body was tound near a small stream at
Surrey, Me. Goodwin was arrested and
linrged with murder.
Joseph J. McKenna, a deserter from the
United States army, found guilty of
strangling to death C-year-old blgrtd
Kcksliom at ftcw York, was hen
tenced today to die In the electric chair
during the week of December 9,
Senor Huarez. Chilean minister, suys
that the report that Germany is about
to buy from Chile a coaling station on
one of the Magellan islands, Is foolish,
ills country, he added, Is not in tho
market selling coaling stations.
Tho Interestato Commerce commission
has approved proposed increases in
relght rates on lumber from the south
eastern pirts of the I'nlted States to
Cairo, III , and St Louis, Mo, The com-
--Mon held the advances which wero
nc riled not unreasonable and directed
tne dc- snic eiie-rwve on .November
' The mil n who Invented pink lemonade
crossed over tho river last week and now
rests with the departed souls In tho meads
of asphodel, where It may bo hoped thoro
tire no pure-food advocates to haruss him
for the sins committed in his name. He
was Ihiiiy K. Allott, a circus mini, who
wus brought up In the mlddlo west of
cour he wus a circus mini, for pink
lemonade and the circus wero us closely
linked, say, as gu!lutes and overalls. But
Allott, besides being a child of tho three
ringed tent und thu unlnial sldu-slmw,
wns u child of fortune, too. For the dis
covery of tho drink which gave him fume
wai Bheor accident perhaps It was tho
pinions of fortune's wings that brushed
the cinnamon red candles oft the box Into
Allott's tub of lemonndc nnd changed the
yellow color to a glowing pink and pink
lemonade had arrived I
That was Just how It happened. Allott
was li years old at tho time, nnd run
nlng the candy and lemonado "conces
sion" following n circus around tho coun
try. Of course, he ran away from home
to do It. After tho cinnamon cnndlep had
accidentally dropped In and suffused the
lemonade on the Instance wo are speaking
of, the new drink sold better than the old.
und It was plain to Henry Allott that If
tho people, who attended circuses hud not
been crying In divine high piping I'chlcvl
for lemonade, red lemonade, they hml, In
their own language been hankering for It.
Tub after tub wbb emptied, while the old
yellow drink remained untouched.
.Sixty l.ndlcj. In tin Air,
Thereafter the circus marked pink lem
onade for Its own. When tho blll-post-ers
came Into town and unfolded their
wonderful pictures and pusted them up on
Bill SykeB' burn, and on the bourd fence
around tho Widow Flint's lot, and most
weather is here. Let
us make your coat for
We offer nice chev
iots, kerseys and mel
tons made to order at
$20 and up.
Every coat well
lined and guaranteed
perfect in fit and style.
How, When and What
aoi-aoo South joti. st.
everywhere; nnd when you saw that
therti wero going to bo sixty luiy ncro
buts, nil of them In tho air or on the
trapezes at one time, nnd tho bnrebuck
riders on the Chippendale horses, and
tho animals, Including a hippopotamus
everybody knew because the teacher had
told them that hippo wns a horso and
potnmus was n creek with a six-foot
mouth wide openj nnd sideshows with
sword swallowers Mid bearded lady and
nil the reBti when tho posters told you
nil that, althougli-thcy did not say that
Pink lemonade would bo there, you Just
knew It would be.
And tho pink lemonado was there. It
was them Just as suru as tlm lady bnre
buck rider enmo In gracefully bnlaiiclng
herself on her toes on tho' back of a
white ChlDpendnlo horse, with a sort of
over-tho-waves motion, and her ballet
t'klrls fluffing out and her bodlco covered
with Jewels she wus beautiful. H wns
thorn Just us sure us there was a tall
ring-master In n grny top-lint and a frock
cont. with a long whip, who announced
lad-c-e-ew, nnd gontel-men, there will bo
t uuoiner enow jiuiueuiuieiy uiirr hub wiui
i ndmtssloii 10 cents. It wns there Just
as sura ns tlm clowns running around
tho track and htt euch other so hard that
you Just couldn't seo how they stood It,
but thoy wero funny. Yes, pink lemonado
was as certain as any or all of them.
Thou, on the day after seeing tho street
pnrado nnd wnltlng around tho tent for
I two or three hours, you went Inside.
Mayho you went In past the ticket rnnn
nil dressed In red In tho box, und maybe
I you slipped under the eiynviiH, but you
tried to .get a seut ncur thu center ring,
j becauso from there you could seo evcry
I thing ut least you could Jf you had
nioro eye. You Bat on one of tho
board seats, with a place for your foet,
but not for your back only tho re-
served scats had folding backs nnd
I from tho moment they ran back tho cur
I lulu at tho end of tho tent and the
I grand pnrudo started around thu track.
with tho quoen and king sitting in tho
' Jiiwelhtd uouiluli on the elephant's
j back, waving their sceptres, with the
troupes of riders and aCrnbuls, and the
lions und tigers In i-uges nnd the churl
i ots. with the drivers who hud handker
chiefs tied around their hruds und flow
ing out behind, und the clowns, und nil
from this moment you tried not to
I mtsB nnythlng, becnutie soma other fel-
! low might seo It.
I Not I'orKel I Iiik I'opcorn.
! In your pocket you had 10 cents, or
mayho a quarter. Boon tho men In red
I couts en mo up thu iiIhIph with the has
j kets nf popcorn done up In red und bluo
und white oiled puper, with a prize In
1 euch, und peanuts, und pink Inmonuilo
i In glurseB set in trays, with a straw In
I euch ami a plecu of lemon flouting on
, top tho myrmidons of Henry Allot. You
were four In from the aisle and, besides,
you wero not ready for It yet, so you1
Just remembered your money In your
pocket and felt It, nnd went on wutch
lug the horses arid holding yournelf In,
; because the posters hud said that there
I wero grander things to come than that,
j Maybe you watched all through the
I bareback riding and the first troupe of
. acrobats on tho platforms between tho
rings and the waltzing horse that lifted
up his front feet when the ring master
I raised his whip, and the man with the
j bass drum who watched to seo when he
' would beat time boom !to suit tho
! horse's dancing. It wns Just when the
' trulned seals were up on their boxes
catching fish, and tho smartest ono was
ringing bells with his nose, that you
felt that the time hud como for pink
lemonade. And the inun was coming up
t the ulslo a good piece awuy, and you
tried to catch his attention with your
hand. Just then there wns a murmur
from neur tho entrance, and then nil
around tho tent, and a roar "I.ook!"
nnd t ho monkeys on tho Hhettnnd pontes
raced twlco uruuiid tho whole track. The
pink lemonndo man had gone by!
After that, Icmonnilo was tho main
tlwught. You missed something us you
tried to catch tho man's eye, but your
soul und body were parched for want
of a glnsH of lemnmiile. Finally, you
got It, and handed out your illmo along
tho line and got a big glass and n pack
age of popcorn In blue. Tho satisfaction
of holding that glass In your hand and
sucking through thnt straw must be
passed over. Even the regretful delight
of getting tho InBt few drops from un
der the pleco of lemon ! too muoh
for words to toll. Tho popcorn lasted
longer and wns filling.
May bo It was not until the ring master
started telling about the show that will
como Immediately after this one, udmls
slon 10 cents, that you put down tho glass
on tho board between your feet, and
wiped your stinky hands on your punts,
Then you klckei the bIuhm off und It fell
down below, and you mlssl-d tho entrance
for tho grand chariot rnco because you
wero looking down to seo wheru It fell.
And tho circus was ovor, und then you
Htuck nroiind the torit where tho clrous
peoplo wero eating, At lust you went
home, but you did not cat much supper.
You wero nearly full. Maybo Uncle Jim
took you to the night performance, with
tho gas torches hanging on the poles nnd
trees, but the next day the circus went
awny; nnd pink lemonado with It.
Thnt wus tlm setting and the occasion
of pink lemonade. It only came with tho
circus. Between Utiles, If thoro was any
orii) In town who mado lemonade ho served
only the pain stuff that might have been
mado of nentsfoot oil and shellac. Ho did
not darn to put anlllna dyes In his tub
and mid tho glow ot the 'sunset to his
drink or, as was darkly suspected, wlno
Itself as a coloring, l'lnlc lemonade wua
tho circus' mini proprium.
Yet nt this time ono must bid farewell
as well us hall to pink lemonado. It In
going nut of favor with a public which
him lourned to look to drinks put up In
bottles for consumption at the circus,
I'opcorn In packnges Is going wltli It.
The men who ttlspcuso It havo oven left
off their red coats nnd hats and go about
In white or blue uniforms. The clrcuson
have changed to suit a more sophisticated,
patronage. And, It must be said, pink
lemonado and sophistication do not go to
gether. But twerity-flvo years ago every
boy und mini of them would have said
thnt If pink lemonade went, the clrcun
must full with It Henry Allott may have
died of a 'broken heart. New York Post.
AiiiPiilCt.a of Artists.
Hubert lii nii, tho art st, was talking
nt u dinner In Now York iiliout the over
fulfilled und banal work of painting of the
"Lulgliton, tho English Bourguereau,
met Whistler," nuIiI Mr. Henri, "one day
In I'lccndllly. The two nien sauntered
through tho Burlington arcade talking
"But. my dear Whistler," said Lelghton,
"you loavii yoilr work so rough, so
sketchyl My dear Whistler, why do you
"WhIMlcr ccrewed his glass Into his eye
and gavo a fiendish laugh.
M dinr l,-lhton," he said, "why do
you ever begln7" Wash'ngton Star,
EVERY COAT TRIED
ON IN THE BASTING
THIS IS POSITIVELY THE
ONLY WAY THAT A COAT CAN
BE MADE TO FIT PROPERLY
AND IT IS THE WAY WE FIT
EVERY 00AT. OUR SUITS
AND OVERCOATS ARE ALL
MADE IN OMAHA
buys a suit or overcoat mado
of tho best materials of the
samo style and quality as
those you pay twice as much
for elsewhere. Are you pay
ing for a name or quality?
The Aluminum Front in the Orpheum Theater Bldg.
The Only Fifteen Dollar Tailors Making Clothes In Omaha
ARTHUR L LEMON, Mgr 1505 Harney Street
South Omaha Store MB North 2kth Street.