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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1917.
TTrfiEN sport clothes ' are-worn' all day long and for nearly ev- ery occasion as they are this year, the sport shoe is more than ever a mat ter for the most careful consideration." Cousins Shoes made in New York for women are unequaled for the style and workmanship of their sport models High or low cut, as you prefer, and ascomfort able as they are attrac tive. ' ' ,, Drexel Shoe Go. a 1419 Farnam St. ' TEETH DR. McKENNEY Says: "It should be your grave ttoncern to elect dent.Bts of known skill, ability and reliability. You will find we pos sess all ox taese qualifications. Heaviest Bridge Work, per tooth, $4.00 Wonder Plrftei worth $15 to $25, Beat Silver Fill- 50 Best 22-lc Gold Crowns $5, $8, $10 $4.00 We please you or refund your money. McKENNEY DENTISTS 14th and Farnam 1324 Farnam St. Phone Douglas 2672. NO MORE FOOT MISERY ICE-MINf A NEW DISCOVERY STOPS SORB. lNt5 AINU CORNS FALL OFF -v Just touch or two with Ice-mint and your corns and foot troubles are ended. 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It costs lfttle and will give your poor, :lred, suffering,' swollen feet the treat of ;helr lives. Sold and recommended by good Irugglsts everywhere. Advertisement 100K AS YOUNG AS YOU FEEL, DON'T BE OLD AND GRAY Men Don't Let Gray Hair Hold You Down in Business! Women Restore Natural Color With Safe, Guaranteed Q-Ban Not a Dye. It I. not necessary, not .van wise, for anyone to ha gray hair nowadays. K toro the uniform color of, your hair with th aid of Q-Ban Hair Color Restorer. Thousands nave done io and are proud (jl the result. Tears of study by expert chem lt resulted In Q-Ban, the one preparation that actually worka hand In hand with Na ture in banlihlnf tray hair In a healthful way, Ton elmply apply Q-Ban like a ihampoo, and your hair win resura. a natural color, evenly, aradually, safely and surely. Tour hair will become soft, clossy, abundant and beautiful Tou will look eo young you will be delighted. But beware of Imitations as you would of dyes. There Is nothing like W-Ban. Money-Back Guarantee. Q-Ban la all ready to use Is guaranteed 10 be harmless aid Is sold under the mak ers money-back guarantee If not sstlafied Only 60c at Sherman A MoConnell Drug Co.". and all good drug stores, or write di rect to Heealg-Ellls Drug Co.. Memphis, Tenn. "Hair Culture," an Illustrated, inter esting book of lectures, sent free. Try Q-Ban Superfine Hair tonic; Q-Ban Liquid Shampoo; Q-Ban Toilet Soap; Q Ban Depilatory for removing superfluous hair. Advertisement. Try Bee Want Ads and . Get Results, . Nebraska s LINCOLN CARMEN WANT JOBS BACK Striking Street Railway Em ployes Appear at Hearing Before State Railway Board. N (From a Staff Correspondent Lincoln, May 2Z (Special.)r-In an effort to get back the jobs wliteh they left when they went out on strik about six weeks ago, street car con ductors and motormen formerly with the Lincoln Traction company ap peared before the State Railway com mission today for a hearing in an ef fort to show that the company with its present employes, who have taken the places of the strikers, is not giv ing tne service required. F. M. Coffey and Attorney Burr an aoDearine for the strikers and F. M Hall and E J. Heiner are representing the company, while about 1UU ot the strikers now out of jobs were present at the hearing, which was held in the senate chamber, with Commissioners layior ana wiison sitting. Welch on Stand. Mr. Wflchrthe representative of the national union-organization, who naa come to t-mcoirr ana organizcu tne men and then called tne strike, was on the stand most of the time, On the examination by the 'attorneys ror me company, ihf. weicn aumitieu that all he knew about the grievance which the men. had against the com pany was." what the discharged men had told him themselves. , He said that he had made no attempt what ever to secure from the officials of the company their'stde of the contro- versv. but had ordered the stride on the reoresentations. of the men who naa Deen inscnargea, wno ciaimea u was because they belonged to the union or were identified with its ac tivities connected with the strike. Whe nasked by Attorney Hall if the men had not been discharged because they had broken the rules ot the com pany, Mr. Welch said that he did not know and had not inquired. Former JudgeWalton . Of Blair Dies at Omaha Blair, Neb., May 2i. (Special.) Attorney W. L. Walton ot mair, aged 73 .years', died this morning at the Clarkson , hospital, Omaha, from a complication of diseases from which he had been suffering for several vcars. . ' Mr. Walton rame to Blair in 1869, the year the town' was started. His home was in Niles, Mich., where he was graduated from a law school. He was a member of the state legislature, served a term as district judge and has been mavor of Blair, county at torney and also several' terms as city attorney. Mr. Walton was married to 'Miss Addie Lantry in 1870, who died less than two months ago. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Charles Farnam, and grandchild. Ruth.' He was a staunch republican all his, 1ifc Kansas Governor Would Confer With Neville (From a Staff Correspondent.') Lincoln. May 22. (Special.) Gov ernor Neville and State Treasurer Hall this morning received invitations from Governor Miller of the Federal Reserve Ind bank to meet himself and the secretary of- the treasury next Friday at Kansas City for a conference. : Woman Gathering Flowers ' Finds Dead Body of Boy . Sioux Falls, S. D., May 22. (Spe- t-i Mru:i- L.....: yesterday, a boy of 9 years', son of Mrs. Fred Stone of Henry, was acci dentally shot and killed. Tle body was found by Miss Emma fcisdness while she was gathering wild flowers. Notes from North Platte. North Platte, Neb., May 22. (Spe cial.) The remodeled Methodist Episcopal church, on which work was commenced several months ago, was formally dedicated bundav. Addi tions have been made to the old build ing and the interior reconstructed at a cost of $18,000. The dedicatory service was in charge of Bishop HomePC. Stuntz of Omaha. A cannina school, directed bv the State Schol of Agriculture, will be held here June 22 and 23. George McUellan was taken to the penitentiary at Lincoln. by Sheriff Salisbury Saturday evening. He was found guilty of stealing' Mrs. C F Iddings automobile two weeks ago. Commencements at Kearney. Kearney. Neb.. May 22. (Special;) The Kearney High commencement. exercises began bunday evening with the baccalaureate sermon by Kev. M. Furman of the Methodist church. The high school class this year totals sixtv-one. the commencement will take place cm Wednesday morning. Graduation exercises at the Kear ney State Normal begin next Sunday, when baccalaureate services are to be held, Dr. Fletcher Wharton of Lin coln delivering the sermon. All of the normal exercises this year will be held in the new school auditorium. Here two thousand can be seated in comfort. Flag-Raising at Syracuse. Svracuse. Neo., May 22. (Special.) Syracuse held a flag raising Mon day in the presence ot a aarge crowd from all parts of the county. A steel flag pole eighty feet in height was erected in the center of the business section surmounted by a large elec tric light. The flag was raised by the members of Wadsworth post, No. 21, Grand Army of the Republic. Patri otic addresses were made by Rev. W. H. Wright of Syracuse and Judge Paul lessen of Nebraska City. The funds for the pole and flag were raised by popular subscription. Crawford Rejects Bond Issue. Crawford. Neb.. May 22. (Special Telegram.) The $5,000 school bond issue was defeated today oy a small majority. A heavy rain kept most of the voters 'at home. Chamberlain's the Best of All. "We have used several different cough syrups in our family, but con sider Lhamberlatn s cough Kcmeny ahead of them all," writes Ed Whaft, Rar.gely, Me. Try this remedy when you have a cough or cold, and you arc almost sure to have a good opinion of it too. Advertisement. Alleged Forger Found ?' Not Guilty at Kearney Kearney, Neb., May 22. (Special.) The May jury term of the district court, preceding the equity session now under way, was a most unusual one. Twenty cases were listed for jury trial and it was in but one of these that the twelve men impaneled were called upon to render a verdict, that b:ing in the case of the state against Ambrose . Burnside. The latter was charged with passing Iwo forged checks on the City bank of Elm creek, each for $100. The alleged offense was committed severr years ago. He was acquitted by the jury after air hour of deliberation. - In one other case the jury gave a decision, based .upon n instructed verdict. All of tne other cases were settled out of court or laid over. , Archbishop Harty 1 " Visits Hartington mi iKigtuu, ,uu,, may . .Jc- cial.) A class of 100 boys, and girls were confirmed at Holy Trinity Catholic church Sunday. ArchbishoD J. J. Harty of Omaha was present and administered the sacrament of con firmation. A number bf other cleruv- uicn iruni mis vicinity aiso assisicu in the service. . ' The Knights of Columbus initiated forty candidates and held its annual banquet Sunday. The Young Ladies' Sodality served the ' banquet and County Attorney O'Gara acted as toastmaster. Archbishop J.. J. Harty of Omaha was the principal speaker. Judge Cochran of York, state deputy, and E. M. Whelan, district deputy, were also on the program. OtoeN County Defense Council is Organized Syracuse, Neb..- May 22. (Special.) The Otoe county council of defense was organized Here Monday after noon. D. W. Livingston was elected president: Henry C. McKee of Palmyra, wee President: lov N. Tait of Nebraska City, secretary, and S. t r n c n,f n. puck 01 Benin, treasurer. After several patriotic speeches by Rev. W. H.. Wnuht of Svfacuse and Judge Paul Jcssen and Dif, S. P. Cresap of Nebraska City, the meeting adjourned until after the new officers can take their oaths of office, when the organization was further completed. 1 lie interest was intense and promi nent men from all parrs of the county took part in the deliberations. Scottish Rite Class , Initiated at Lyons T.vnns. Veh. Mav 22. CSneciaO Thirty members were taken into the Lodge of Perfection, Scottish Rite Masonry, here Saturday night. The Omaha team of twenty-eight members exemplified the degree work. The new members from Lvons were Dr. W. C Keettel. C. O. Swanson. Dr. F. D. Rvder. C M. Viles, lame's Elsea, Ed ward Buckley. Charles iuren, Har- rold Douglas, William Dyson, H. A. Martin. K. V. Tollineer. M. L. ihum- way, W. B. Holdimah, David Harvey, Peter Hemtzelman, k. A. yeaton, li. P., Dickinson, Thomas Larson, Dr. Charles Wayne Ray and Dr. C. H Heyne. Omaha Plasterers' Ctrike Holds Up Work in Fremont, Fremont. Neb.. Mav 22. (Special Telegram.) Owing to the plasterers' strike at Omaha, which has effected workmen employed on the new Hotel Pathfinder, officers of the Fremont Hotel company have about given up hope of having the top two floors of the building finished in time for the tractor meet' in August. Carpenters are rushing the woodwork on the other floors, which the plasterers had finished before the strike started, the plasterers on the Fermont hotel went out in sympathy with te Ohmaha workmen. Two Syracuse High School Graduates Join the Army Syracuse, Neb., May 22. (Special.) The class of '17 of the Syracuse High school, numbering seventeen, listened to the baccalaureate sermon bv Rev. T. Emerson Griunell Sundav evening at the Methodisf church. The class will graduate next Friday night and two of its members will leave for service in the army the following day. i Commencement at Wood River. Wood River. Neb.. May 22. (Spe cial.) The baccalaureate address to the senior class of the Wood River High school was delivered in the igh school auditorium Monday eve ing bv Dr. C. E. Kirch, pastor of the Presbyterian church. A feature of the evening was the taking of an of fering for the Red Cross. The grad uating class this year consists of five girls and three boys. , ; . Big Gage Land Deal.' . . Beatrice. NebMay 22. (Special Telegram.) The biggest land deal made in Gage county in years was completed today, when Chris Spilker of DeWitt bought a half section four miles north of Beatrice for $49,600 cash, or $150 an acre. , LIVE BETTER MONEY TALKS GOOD AND LOUD everywhere, but tars moit at the Basket Store.' ' , Over 300 Pricei Reduced Every Day A Few Are: FLOUR ECONOMY A wonderful h tilth Flour 24-lb. sack, $1.76 48-lb. Hck..,$3.48 TIP U highest patent; no better flour milled, 48-lb. sack $3.04 CASH HABIT A favorite. 48-lb. sack, at $3.84 GOLD MEDAL Made from northern wheat 6 lb., 63c 24 lbs., $2.02 48-lb. sack, at $3.09 Crackers, per lb 16c 10 lbs. Standard pkf. Granulated Sugar for 89c Dromedary Dates, per pkf ..13c Seeds, flower or farden, 3 pkfs 5c Milk, small Iowa, can 6c Honey, pint jar, 18 os , 23c Badger Jam, 26 oxs 22c (Only 2 isrs to a customer) Royal Cocoanut, 3-ox. pkf Cotoanut. bulk, per lb. ... ..6c .23c Ripe Olives, lunch size, 18c; can, 12c Rips Olives, pint can, 20c; quart. .31c Plain Olives, 24oz. jar 24c Plain Olives, 4-ox. bottle 9c Bulk Large Olives, pint 17c Bulk Large Olives, quart. .33c Chow Cbow, bottle 9c; 3 for.... 25c Rice, cracked, 4 lbs 25c Fancy Jap or Blue Rose, lb ,,..8c Jello, S't-of. pkg., 9c; 3 for 25c Basket Store Jelly Powder, 6ee. pkg., 8c Advance Pork and Beans, 16-ox. can, for tSc Hominy, large can 10c 45.00 Orders Deity red free Within a Reasonable DlstancV. ' Smaller Orders Over $1.00, for 8 Cents. Council Skiffs i Lincoln -tr. The Basket Stores -Sir Florence , Ashland snaaaaaaansMBBsnnnaaaaaaaaaaaal FORTY STORES mmammmmmmmmmmm COL. BAEHR NAMES MEN FOR SNELL1NG Twenty-Four (of Noncommis sioned Officers of Fourth Nebraska to Go to Offi cers' Training Camp, Colonel Bachr, commanding ofliccr of the Fourth Nebraska regiment, has given out the names of the noncom Missioned officers of his' command who are lo attend the Fort Snelling officers' rcscrvejraining camp, They leave this morning. Ut, tne twenty-lour, twelve are from the Omaha battalion and the Headquarters and machine gun com panies, Colonel Bachr said the men will leave a soon as possible. Most of the Omaha boys named are former high school cadets. They will leave tins morning over the -Northwestern at 7:45. The list follows: OMAHA. Sergeant Major Joseph R. Byerly. Sergeant Major Hugh H. Drake. Sergeant Russell E. Mason. Sergeant Euel McKnight. Sergeant Robert F. Wilbur. . Sergeant Oliver B. Holmes. Corporal Willard S. McEachron. First Sergeant George R. Newdean. Sergeant John A. Potter. ' Sergeant John A. Andrews. First Sergeant John Kilmartin. Sergeant Russet L. Park. WAYNE, COMPANY E. Sergeant Pet Ponriealy. Sergeant Dale K. Reckabaught - ' BLAIR, COMPANY F. , Sergeant Charles E. Davis. Sergeant Frank Lutz. MADISON, COMPANY H. Sergeant Gustave Purtzer. Sergeant Lawrence V. Amagost. GORDON, COMPANY I. First Sergeant Charles B. Harvey. Sergeant Paul R. Mosher. KEARNEY, COMPANY L. Sergeant Herman Schneringer.,- Sergeant Lee Allhands.1 . YORK, COMPANY M. Sergeant Hart Jenkins, Sergeant Kenneth L. Remington. Group No. 2 of Nebraska , Bankers Meet at Fremont Columbus. Neb., May 22. (Special Telegram.) Group No. 2 of the Ne braska llanker s association is in ses sion today. The forenoon session was held at the new Swan theater. Mayor Kersenbrock gave an ad dress ot welcome on behalf ot the city, and A. R. Miller, cashier of the First National bank spoke on behalf of the Columbus banks. D. W. Jul len, prasident of the group, and who is president of the First National bank of achuyler, responded. ' The principal address at the morn ing session was made bv Dan Morris of Kearney, president of the associa tion. Tonight at 6 o'clock the bankers were guests at a banquef at Orpheus hall this evening. A. W. Jeffries of Omaha spoke. A musical program was given. Labor Commissioner Wants Co-Operatior Lincoln. Mav 22. TSoecial.) La bor Commissioner George Norman left this morning tor (Jtnaha to at tend the session of the Food Conser vation congress, which meets in that city this evening. The commissioner will conduct a booth at the congress for the purpose of getting in personal touch with those who are interested in the farm labor proposition as it applies to the raising of food products, and hopes to secure such co-operation as will make the handling of the situation a complete success I COMPANY B I 4th Nebraska Infantry Chas. W. Hamilton, Capt. J NEEDS 30 MEN I" ' x Apply at RECRUITING OFFICE i r e?i lotn ana r amain ois. How You Can Remove Every Trace of Hair (Toilet Talks.) A stiff paste made with some pow dered delatone and water and spread on a hairy surface about 2r"minutes will, when removed, take every trace of hair With it. The skin should then be washed to free it from the remain ing delatone. No harm can result from this treatment, but be sure it is delatone you get and you will not be disappointed. Advertisement. FOR LESS LEMONS You should buy them before the advance. Now Doxen, 16 to 19c; case $4.33 COFFEE TIP Finest Moca and Java Blend, iteel cutt grade usually sold for 60c per lb., at 44c INDEPENDENT A favorite wherever known; 4Bo grade. 1-lb. can 30c CASH HABIT A 35c grade 27e THRIFTY HABIT Sweef drinking San tos Blend, per lb 22c Washington Instant Coffee Small... 28c Largo. . , A2c Matches pkg.. Be; 3 for 13c MEAT DEPARTMENT Here Is where you will find the best Suality meats and satisfaction guaranteed, ib Boil, per lb ISc Best Young Beef Pot Roust, Ib. .20c, 22c Best Young Beef' Shoulder Steak, per lb., at 23c, 25c Best Cresmery Butter, Ib. carton. ,. .43c Good Creamery Butter. Ib. carton. .. ,41c Coed Creamery Tub Butter, Ib 39c Boaillon Cubes, each. 2c; doz. in tin, 23c Butterine Tip, tinted, highest grade, per lb., at 28e Tip, white, highest grade Ib 27c Magnolia 2-lb. roll 41c CHsco 41c, 82c, $1.64 Mustard, sweet, mixed sour or sweet relish, 10c bottle. 9c; 3 for..... .25c Bulk Pickles, sour, dosen 10c Bulk Pickles, sweet, mdgts., doi..,.Bc Loju It's excellent, A Loganberry juice, 30c size 24c Applju -ox. bottle, 8c j U'j-ox. bottle, County Defense Council Organized at O'Neill O'Neill, Neb.. May 22. (Special.) A county defense council was or ganized here Munday afternoon with file following officers: Judge R. K. Dickson, president; Dennis 11. Cronin. vice chairman; C. B. Scott, secretary; J. N. Trommtrshausser, treasurer. A committeeman was appointed from each precinct of the county and sev eral committees were appointed to look after the work of the council in the various precincts of the county. Short patriotic addresses were made by Judge Dickson, S. J. Weekes, D. A. Doyle, T. V. Golden and Rev. C. R. Parkerson. Three Newman Grove High Boys Join Army l Newman Grove, Neb.. May 22. (Special.) The baccalaureate sermon for-the class vf 1917 in the .local High school was delivered at the Methodist Episcopal church Sunday evening by Kev. G. O. Mona of the Hauge Lu theran church. The class made a fine appearance wearing caps and gowns. Three of the young men of the class, Noble Johnson, George Johnson and Wallace Nelson, have recently joined the army. The school year closes Friday evening with an address by II. H, Hahn of Wayne Babies of Geneva Take 1 Part in May Day Parade Geneva. Neb.. Mav 22. fSoecial.l The baby parade was given Saturday as a roundup of "Baby week." The babies were in cabs, handsomely deco rated, pushed by the mothers. After the parade they gathered in the park for a Maypole dance and drills. Mother Goose costumes were in evi dence. Peter Youngers, jr., rode in a large pumpkin in the procession; little Kathleen Holt, with wines and Red Cross emblem on her arm, represented the angel of mercy. Miss Claire Owen conducted the music. Classmates at Week-End Party. Geneva, Neb., May 22. (Special.) Seven of Miss Nellie Youneer'a uni versity classmates came home with her hriday tor the week-end and at tended the Maypole exercises Satur day afternoon, returning; to Lincoln Sunday. They were Misses Louisa Stahl, Dorothy Davis, Julia Miller, Edna Coffey. Ruth Anderson. Vir ginia Valentine and Mary Hendricks. Buy a Flag for Decoration Day Refrig Itjs Moisture That Spoils Food! Beware of wet bottles end dishes, dripping fruit and soggy food m your refrig erator. TH AT soggy, smudgy dampness vbu may nave noticed on fruit, bottles, etc., in your refriger ator ia laden with impurities and lermi from the air and the melting ice. To prove this, just wipe off a bottle with a clean cloth. This smudge settles on the open food willingly as upon the bottlei, and it ii this impure moiiture that spoils the food. '. '. You can strike a fhoipkorus match on fhe inside of the ice chamber in a , BOHN SYPHON REFRIGERATOR You can keep salt and loda crackers si dry aa a chip you can place onions ind butter aide by side with out transmitting a trace of their odors. No other refrigerator could .atand audi tesfs. That Truly Wonderful Sale Of Pumps Continues Crowds came all day and at closing time scores and scores' of women went away with purchases, thoroughly satisfied that they had been able to purchase some of the best Low Shoes-that $3.45 ever pur- chased anywhere. We Started the Sale With 2,800 Pairs In Thirty-One Excellent Styles At . We begin again Wednesday with all lots regrouped and a complete assortment of sizes 2'2 to 8 and widths A A to E and if you do not take time by the forelock and share in this sale, you will surely miss one of the best chances to save on fine Footwear that has come to you in many months. 1 May Sale of Wail A larger selection than ever of papers, worth from 6c to 12 Vsc; all colors with borders and ceilings to match, suitable for all rooms, in two lots, Wednesday, ff..... 3c .d 6ic 30-inch Plain Papers, all with pretty cut borders; lor living and dining rooms, spe cial Wednesday, per roll.. CHANGES OF GRAIN SHIPMENTS BETTER Report Shows Cars Handled From Western Nebraska Nearly Doubled in' Number. (From' a Staff Correhpondsnt.) Lincoln, May 22. (Special.) As evidence that the railroads' of Ne braska are getting ina better position to handle grain in the future, a report from the Burlington railroad received at the office of the State Railway commission, discloses that that road for the week ending May 12 loaded from Nebraska stations, l,lt4 cars, which is considerably above the aver age of the last three months, which showed around 700 cars. This was made possible from the fact that the company has been able One true Aspirin Only One IfctahhcartSai. rflt-knh.rfMu.ru Cmsin si tsi fusi... w it ms a JW taifc. "wWn"(. O. H. Oflk.) I. S SnWaDU. OM IB. SMNMMMMtlMddMUr T n tbM. tablets and MpwiMS Is f brandeis Stores erators i and Oil Stoves Very Timely Offerings ,' "Bohn Syphon" from "Sanitor" Porcelain lined Refrigerators, from Two Bargains in v , ' f White Enamel Refrigerators 45-lb. capacity, white enamel lined Ice Box, golden oak fininsh, hardwood case, insulated with char-: j?Q CA coal sheathing, reduced to ; . . , , vfay v 60-lb. capacity, three-door type, white enamel Refrig erators, golden oak finish, hardwood case, (g cn 1 reduced to '. T Y,'u Detroit Vapor Oil Stoves , . Look Like Gas. Cook Like Gas , : No wicks or asbestos lighting rights: easy to clean, absolutely , safe, quick bakers, odorless and . very economical. One gal lon of kerosene will run one burner twenty hours. . "Detroit Vapor" Stoves, from $48. as low. as $21. Special Sale "Bon Ami" . ' Oil Stares. Two-burner, special, Wednesday, 9 Three-burner, special, Wednesday, $149 $3.45 A Some distinctive, new bedroom papers, in silk stripes and chintzes, cut-out bor ders, in all widths to match, worth 30c, Wednesday, per roll, l. at u .......... IOC colors, shown very desirable Two-tone and shadow weaves and strip ed papers, in all the new colorings, cut borders with, each, per , 1ft. roll. at....?..... iyC lie to get hold of 2.342 freight cars of their own for the entire system, which have been in use by other roads and are now in a position to use all of the 30,000 freight cars belong ing to the company except 1,600 which are still out. ' .; Several Trainmen Are v Killed in Collision Clarksburg, W. V.,' May 22.-A dozen trainmen are believed to have been killed and a number of others seriously injured when a wreck train on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad crashed into a moving freight train at Wallace, fifteen, miles north of here, today. Five bodies have al ready been removed from the wreck age. Baby Buffalo is Bora at . Muny Zoo at Riverview Park A baby buffalo was Born at the Riverview park zoo. The mother was with the Buffalo Bill Wild West show for years in this country and Europe before purchased by the city. Beware of Substitute The sole makers of gen.' uine Aspirin brand every i s tablet ind every package with the Bayer Cross. "The BtytrCnas Your Gwnntt Of Purity" BILLIKEN , SHOES Are Bait for Childrn Refrigerators, $45 JJJ35 $30 10 $52.50 Pair Paper 1