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."DXESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911.
Plan to Restock America With Game Animals
May Reduce Living Cost and Hit Leather Trust.
Captain Warren Purdy, Head of
State Organization Looks
Over LocaJ Men.
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DIVISION IS COMPLIMENTED
Equipment In Eacellent Nhr and
Only Fault lAm In SmallneHs
of U Itostrr.
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Styles in m
;w styles in spring
fomen, men and children.
ry whim, shapes for every foot all in
Drove. We call special attention to the
mt instep-straps, eclipse ties and oxfords
dull kid and patent leathers; also white
ts, so that they'll hug at the ankles and
$5; other styles for as little as $f.60.
ing and summer styles all made by the
exclusively at the M & K. Here, only,
erich made shoes; Florsheim shoes "for
& K Special, perfect fitting oxfords and
Shoe Section, and have provided styles
s, button and lace oxfords in the latest
button or lace oxfords, ankle ties and
es $1.25 to $3.50. For the little toddler,
shapes, 60c to $1.50.
3ert shoe fitters will fit you perfectly.
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If the plans of John Hays Hammond, Gifford Pinchot and Congressman Robert F. Broussard of Louisiana ma
terialize the cost of living may be hit a hard rap and the leather combination will be selling shoes for 98 cents per
hnps. However, Major Frederick Russell Burnham will head an expedition for South Africa on March 2 to strike
the first blow In the cause. A bill U pending in congress for an appropriation of $f00,000 to expend in the importa
tion of wild animals, but as Its passage Is dubious the promoters of the scheme decided to furnish the funds for the
Initial expedition. According to Major Burnham, there are many animals inhabiting the semlarld districts of Africa
which are excellent eating and would thrive well In this country. Of such is the bnsh buck, whose hide makes one of
the strongest leathers known, while Its flesh Is of exceptionally fine flavor.
LENTEN SEASON OPENS
SERVICES AT TRINITY
Projrram for the Forty Days Relig
ious ObMrvanc Is Given
Today, Ash Wednesday, Is the first
day in the Lenten season of 1911, and
services are being conducted in the
Catholic, Lutheran and Episcopal
churches of the city. This morning at
7 o'clock holy communion was observ
ed at the Trinity Episcopal church,
and at 10 o'clock there was morning
prayer, litany and penitential office.
This evening at 7:30 there will be ev
ening prayer, litany, and an address
by the rector. At Grace English Luth
eran church this evening at 8 o'clock
Rev. O. V. Holmgrain will deliver the
The following is the program for the
Lenfen services to be held at Trinity
Holy communion, 7:30 a. m.
Holy communion, first, fifth and sixth
Sundays, 10:45 a. m.
Morning prayer and litany, second,
third and fourth Sundays, 10:45 a. m.
Evening prayer and address, 7:3)
Mondays, confirmation class, begin
ning April 3, 4:30 p. m.
Tuesdays, evening prayer and devo
tional reading. 4:30 p. m.
Wednesdays, morning prayer and lit
any, 9:30 a. ta. : evening prayer and ser
mon. 7:30 p. m.
Thursdays, holy communion. 9:30 a.
m. : evening prayer and devotional read
ing. 4:30 p. m.
Fridays, morning prayer and litany.
9:30 a. m.
In addition to other week-day ser
Holy communion (except Friday
Saturday), dally. t:30 a. m.
noon FRIDAV I
Morning prayer and pro-anaphora.
JO a. m.
The three hours' devotion. 13 to t
Baptisms. 4 p. m.
EABTER DAT APRIL, It.
Holy conmuilon, 4 and 8 a. m.
Holy communion and itrnoi, 10:4S
Children's festival, 3:45 p. m. y
The preachers for the Wednesday ev
ening services are as follows:
March 1 Rv. G. H. Sherwood.
March 8 Rev. Albert B. Whitcombe,
rector of St. Luke's church, Dixon. HI.
March 18 Rev. J. C. Sage, rector of
St. John's church, Dubuque. Iowa.
March 22 Rev. John Arthur, rector
of Grace church. Cedar Rapids.
March 29 Very Rev. Maxmaduke
Hare, dean of Trinity cathedral, Dav
enport. April Rev. Arthur G. Minson, rec
tor of Christ church. Mollne.
April 12 Rev. G. H. Sherwood. ,
Floor Falls at Funeral.
Erie, Pa., March l.--Forty persons
attending the funeral of Henry Guss
man here yesterday were precipitated
to the basement when the floor sud
denly collapsed. All were more or
less (bruised or suffered from shock,
and two women were taken to their
homes in an ambulance. The coffin
was in another room.
Captain Warren Purdy of Chicago,
commander of the Illinois Naval R
serves, was in the city yesterday for
the purpose of conducting an inspec
tion of the 8th division, which Is lo
cated here. Ensign Carl Clough. who
has charge of the division during the
absence of Lieutenant O. I Smith. had
19 men in the ranks for the occasion,
and while the number was below stand
ard, they pleased the Ftate commander
nc vertheWs. and hp so expressed him
self.. Their equipment waa tn fine or
der, and they msde a good appearance.
The division has about 30 men on !U
roster, but many of thpm mere unable
to attend the inspection last night be
cause of the election.
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Following the .Inspection Captain
Purdy informed the members of the di
vision of rlans whereby the Illinois
Naval Reserves will have a new and
more iip-to-date training Miip during
the coming aeason. The Nashville,
which waa used last year, and which
was very satisfactory, is to be sent to
South American waters to do srvlc
for the government, and the gunboat
Dubuque.' will be detailed for service
as a training vessel.
The members of the division were
advised to get busy and build up their"
organization numerically to the same
standard that It bad attained In effi
ciency and appearance. Captain Purdy
said that at present the naval reserc
of the state is not growing as it should,
that few recruits are being added, and
that something must be done to secure
new members. Otherwise the state offi
cials may see fit to muster out such dl
visions as fall to make a showing both
numerically and otherwise.
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Monday night Captain Purdy Inspect
ed the Moliun division, and found prac
tically the same condition existing
there as here. The division is smali,
but efficient and of good appearance. Ap
parently, however, there is no attempt
being made to Increasa the sire of the
organization, and the prospect of being
mustered out of the service seems Im
minent. The loss of the services of
Lieutenant Kemmerllng. mho resigned
from the command of tha division re
cently, mas sjioken of as a serious blow.
Late Arrivals in Waists
This season brings some of the most beautiful styles in lingerie, mar
quisette, foulards, messaline, taffeta, chiffon and linens that has ever
been our privilege to display. Materials come in a wide range of col
ors and various trimmings, hand embroidered and heavy trimmings are
very popular. The favored model is a new variation of the peasant
blouse idea, the upper part of the body being cut in one piece with the
There is one line of lingerie waists that Is particularly neat and
attractive with a great many varieties of material and trimmings
from which to select. These are three-quarter sleeves cut klmona
style, both high and low neck, varied trimmings, aome hand em
broidered, others trimmed with lace and Swiss embroidery Inser
tions, buttoned down - the back with small pearl buttons, blinded
button holes an, extremely good fc') tL C
value at .; 9Z,DU
The line of better waists which are exceptionally artistic and becom
ing being made in marquisette, silk crepe, chiffon, messahne, taffeta
in both plain and Persian, all with the kimona sleeves, lavishly trimmed
buttoned down back, very reasonably priced.
$5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.00