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Omaha Selirlrtl for Tcsil Drive1 on Savings Plan in- (;rlifil in Ir f lit I'm I '1 1 r il'ininr t4 I'muil . K.ivrnimriil 4'"J -!'Hi !u t i.iir.l ii.lu. Nka.i. N. I. "th :inl, ln'l. 4ittr 'ie u" hi h!ihIi a i-i will l nt.t'U' IHiliIti itv' .iini'.'-!il in i"iiHMluill willl till iCV I IIIU'I N4ti- !'t4- urv .iuh n rt'liiiiit'. 1.', -;. lilatk. pitni4 tir, tttlicvrs ih' rmfniion ( Onuli i voftti while kmt lie rtinii.t", t''4t tt' . ly will u.-""'l lv iiui tins liS . i .Hi in tltr.r 1 1 r I i!il .lie v Mail l.lfllt,r ill Hl!lrf'l4 .lllil i- iMiitv will d i -! i ittit miiiniuti'iil Itrtilii.. Other iiuili.iiU l iiHliu!y iv ill W .(ililjilnl Purpose J Thiee-FolJ. Lew W .ilUr. jr , ilu-itur ,.( the jfivrtnmri'l 4inK-- vtiin. in a it i ubr lilirr t. ni-Mii.i-tit, an tiiMiiurtl: "An aitive rtpmie lt e ismcm mrni 4in iiniifiiiriK li'itiM tompli-li three num nlijcels: It will ,tit tlif guvcrnmrtit in I he current liiuncMia fi it Kiuin iih uti; it will mile i"f K',,t'r luiii'Jii.il iioii riiy. .md it ivvll iiirrr.i-e tin ii rinal Imi iinrs ami imliv idu.tl vvrlt.irr fl tlm.-e will MVC." ''re treasury ti rttlu..li nlftr simple pl.m ("r sjvuitf. tttc re liirn on tlip iiirliiit ill i t'U t'te liitsis tlwt every tlnll.tr imr4i .5 prr irnt in live year. I lie veriiti iitlM .ire in t iin m i it.it 'i n f JllNI and SIHihi. Ail iiixctnicnt ( IH) yield S'S m five year. $S0 yields $I(KI and fKOO yield $l,l'. Tlie ctrtifkatcs may be reiUcmol before maturity ami mi a liliiis vvlikh is in licalrd' on the barks of the tcrtili rate. The interest rate is 4 I 1 per cent, loinpiiiimli'd scmi-ai.iiually, il liclil t) maturity. Offers Incentive to Save. One of the attractive ie.itures of these icrtilicaies is that they olier an incentive to avc inctlmdiially. The person who can save $J0 per month can buy a certificate each month. For le-s than monthly sav ings of the government oilers postal savings stamps or treasury saving stamps, or an interest-bearing postal caving account may be '.. ciie.l 4V:i'i;i Hi JtT t- Of '-4H 4." tT fuiuejik'4 ns'J t"4Jfy .. itiniiiatu uiun r in. ne ! Ii4k I'n ! ai.'llliUUlvi! may b purh4e4 it ututii.e. 'rral irrrve Ii4ikt, i 4 ti)l 1 iolip4hif, I ',i.muiir I'-Uik i i.( bv t-i .iti-'it I1I4I me ot the ln; ! vt I he pun mil ! mu.nrniu .( lire ' aiiin ut ludilf 11 liii'Mt y, On mail I I !!c4 at the tKtoit.ce u (! IJ'til I" (i i:"I4 I'ieeen. uliii'H x i-,vete4 t iii tlie tfitifiKie. 'li e iistinry i I il e apperaiice ui liavnitt been liN J ij 11 44y or Kine tunr, Mr. liUcl, I .....!. Kfurni-y (!ftr Mana,;fr I I'rifJ Here uf (Juuk Clurpf I I D1i111u1.il. J ' tle liuiUkif I in krjriiev. eb . waii irleae4 r- tirday iiiotiiniij aiirr police Iia4 in esi4(cij iia tiiniteilion with 15 un lniiiore4 thefU he 1 aut t' luxe cashed in Kearney and Unulu. 'Hi father 11 nrrd i fayinu on the tliecL and want. Imn 'iit I h inie." Ui4rle an l' Uiti. ihut I 01 ttiteitiv.fi, Kel4rrd. I At'iottitiaiiieil bv a flieild suit by Ins (4iber, U A. tKunuon, lion! u.uier ol Kf4riu, leimtoii ..n4 puny vniiiis wiie li'tt eter'lay ait- 1 1 llnoll, "Clean Up. Spado Up. Keep il Up" Adopted as Slogan of City Cleaners orrick Conducting Campaign in Omaha !..ii !i.t tl.iwrr bed p'i-t lUovei. 't lein tip, pi!f up. Ut p it tip, U i!.e .lt4!, ol t'e vVaii'f la i putbjuj to aniiUal nr na 'Vkti'it'" ttrtk vvl.i.h U'i MniU), 'I l.e t4ii 4ii:i i bcii'tS foudutid tih-br i --- - - J die .liieu ou 01 lr A ! I' it ! H.ul r 1 t I Vf !it4l!! itiii;il;iKlier, Iii4i 4 nam ! her and luni.ir i tsjint.. r l tout , IdV," t! J iUii.I. ' 411-1 t'Hil l.ltbhCV, I ,'j!.lllJ. 'V44li lot t'aV CjIH (( m'e til l e iliailtit. t'l V4 ii.ervf ai;4 tt r nvtv and liiim li! 4l4llljlllHl. I I at h tlay i.evt week wilt be a .iriul one. Tliev aie; ?iti.tj , j".lintih vo oiwutwit t!4 , ' a I cterBvuen will be a-ked to prc4!i on iff toi.ic. "Cleanl nr i iicM I' KimIiiic " I MoiidaV. "lif picveiilion tltv." 'l tonibiitib!c trah U t l-c ibaiud lioiil .out and b4en'cilL. Tue.day. ' I rout '4td tlay," lan are to bf raUed. (lower planted niid ttalLn and cutter (kinrd, Wnluestlav. "baik vaid thy," .1!. j t.r.li - vvmil.iu at the vt ntial po.tot- It') arf to .f ileaiietl, tenee if - le last M.iinl.ij tvtiimtj liy a iii !p.t;icd, khol pamted. gaib.tiie a: tuinn'' lia been loini't, flu y are e. Jtt4iiti mid thrnt nit.lri), plauttd ' "illy nmnbi red imm f,77 to li.SlHI I hutsilav, pamt tlay." cvcrythi'U and t. t.l be nlli-d out and .bet 'i to be brigbiciud wiih new paint. ir each. 1 1 t inlcr Ni".v Hnlinaiue 1.. b.ii!r ! "I' tt-ilt riUYI vislcrday. J U. I.i.bt ft Ibe Ma.ter !.,r. brt.' ; .mhu'i.'II. wlll.ll 1)41 ked the 'r initm, w,i the iit lllatt n pay the ini.r.-. lie paid .'5 lor the It 1 1. .hi. in bi bop ami a l ptrnial H't, l u'i'k I', t'otiitk, a vaiid.daie for the rrpbl'v4ii noiiuiu'ioit iir ma f iiii.lil.tr, if i4iipa uiiirg in lliralu I Mr, t'orrnk va vhiif cbik ol i'f ! h.Hi.e i reprice iiUftvei dnriuij the ilat b'iitslativf e.um. iiiakitiii j rrfonl lor tlie liriel tiin. reipurcd ior the publikatioii oi the house jour ! nr.) att. r the cbe 'l ;'ie eion. 1 b'eceiiily be tia been mnit ii g evi- a I. ..." .1. . . , .1 . . i,. . tu lice in ntii4i ti me tate ior ' ..ll..ll.ie I. ...I,... ,:, ,1. .,,.1... ....., IvlHIMiai O'P tto 'l in ."'Mi'Mip'M'i r4ilroa4 company brought to riijom the acnirii of it. taxe. in tiiaiiv llll4A4 COIIUlU's. Mr. Con uk, h been at tive in r.'- .No I lur In 1 luft of l'lflal Moin-y Order Vet l'otmd None t ilie .! goveiiiiueiit money oi.br b,4iik !o!iti from the money i puli!i4H politic for a tnmiber oi ' yeai, luvmg been .tctrlaiy vl ti'f j tae nnnmitiee in l''7, nianaftr of i Uo.ev(!t C4iup4i;ii m t,:.iak4 n j MiiiMijiit nt yr-M and (lie I con. 4t4 .d rainpaigu m l''.M- I lltintt r Fined V'.D for 160 ' Mu-kral kiitii in Miatk I. vie lilake hIjiii. a .1'aik in.tr Waterloo. ch. in which be kept toil mtukiat .kiu. Archie Itouge, hi. buddy ill I'lai'VC ttiit now ktate uVptuy tfauie warden, pi t ki d ini. i lie sh.u k l'tu l.iv. Hongc bailed lil.ke bil.ne i'oiiiu tv Judge l raw ton!, who luted bun f,M The tale same law ay one van hunt the rat. only huvvccii Novem ber and 1 thniaiy. TOtllGIIT !pfiil Advance Kequfit Engrmrnt Sae 77lU&te infants i invalids V ASK FOR m m. M'. Av w mmmmrn mm un x Avoid Imitationt J Subttituttt Ft larnta, lovtUdi tnd Oroatoi CtilMrta TiM Oii(iiul Food Drink For A3 Ace Rich mltk, mtttttt ptin f rtTtct In Povdtr No Cooklnf NeiiUhtn Dlflbl t bud t- do it -m mutli miio.ity many in.iitie - h r.ml Mail - we welt' fitft ed I . uit for Nilvtiut- re.itie! huing TUMiillT 4IM.Y - "FOOLISH WIVES" The Moit Talked About Picture in the World! Beauty A tmnplfie liraina l'iiift At'tint; t'.wr feen on the Screen fMMIS 1tak.lt Imr A4t.t Mtii. Outfit 00, flit l All t, USD 1JEE WANT ADS-THICY HKINO KISULTS NfW SHOW TODAY EMPRESS JOHNNY COULON Former Champion Bantamweight of the World Th Man Thry Cannot Lift COOK aV ROSEVERE In "Leva Via Spe cial Delivery" AUSTIN A COLE in "Moment. Mtt.lral" VARIETY FOUR Nifty Soma in a Nifty Way Matlnaa Daily 2:15 Every Night 8:15 SALLIE FISHER In "Tha Choir Rehearaal" BOBBY ADAMS A JEWEL BARNETT BEN INNIS B ERNIE BROTHERS Fiva Cevalona Emila and John Nathana MARGA WALDRON TmIci ol the Day A.ion'. Fiblei Path. Ntwl Matt., 18. to Mto: torn. 75c II $1 Sit. Sua. Night.. IJa to l: tram. SI. 25 8t. and Sun. Today's Winner of Two Fret Seats Is Auto No. 20,939 NOW SHOWING CARDIGAN A romantic story of a youth and maid drawn by chance into tha dramatic struggle for American independence. Unusual Comedy "MUTTS" CAST COMPOSED ENTIRELY OF DOGS NEW SHOW TODAY CONSTANCE BINNEY in "Room and Board" She Lost Her Heart Trying to Save Her Home SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION, Singer's Midgets Sideshow Empress Rustic Garden AH Drinks, 10c All Tables Free . ADMISSION, 25c Includes Tax OUR REVISED STORE -m j m -P-k TIB I tains licIJ as a cletnonslralion lliat Eldrcdgc-Rcynoltls is a store where Lj Lsi lk I I patrons can aliop in perfect comfort where selections can be nude from care j Jj ! I ar"J 'fll-tlioscn merchandise of the finest quality not a department -afcsaaf aaV sorc ft igtorc 0f SjICcialty SIlOpS." DAINTY APPAREL for Little Women LIKE mother or sister, the little woman must have her new dress or coat for Easter. Special attention has been piven to the selection; of our junior apparel by an expert and we in cite your inspection. DRESSES Taffeta, pussy willow, Canton crepe, crepe de chine, Shantung, Habiti, Scotch tweed, and crepe knit are just a few of the many handsome materials that form these dainty dresses. In dressy and sport styles becoming to girls from 7 to 17 years of age. Prices range from $10.75, $12.75 to $29.75. COATS AND CAPES These will be unusually interesting to the girls as well as to the mothers, as the styles are so very attractive. Mannish or dressy models in novelty or plain fabrics in tan, rose, Pekin, orchid, navy or grey. Priced from $8.75 to $79.50. ( DRESSES SPECIAL $15.00 A very pretty assortment of dresses from 10 to 16 years of age. Made of Shantung in jade and black or 'Arab and jade. Smartly hand embroidered, with narrow moire or cire ribbon girdle. Full pleated. Choice $15.00 on Thursday. Girls' Shop Second Floor, COATS : SUITS : DRESSES The market; are searched by trained buyers and apparel is botijrht by them that $ individual and distinctive in style. Special lines of well known makers such as Hetty Wales and Rosemary are secured for ex clusive sale at Eldrcdpe-Reynolds. Beautiful frocks made by hand in Kranee are also to be found here priced from $59.75 to $115. COATS AND ' WRAPS at $89.75 Luxurious coals of Marvella, Gcrona, Veldyne, Twill Cord in exclusive styles are to be found in this special group. The styles are innumerable and the colors include clove, navy, sand, lady bird, taupe and black. Each coat fully lined with contrasting colored crepe, canton or pussy willow. Sizes 16 to 11. Worth up to $125.00. NEW PRINTED CREPE deCHJNE DRESSES-SpecmZ $35.00 We have just received these dresses, which are the very newest idea in frocks. They are of dainty printed crepe de chine. Made extremely simple in line, but effective trimming and dainty colors of blue, pink, lavender, navy, etc., make them decidedly different and very desirable. The price is extremely low at $35.00. , Apparel Shop Second Floor A NEW CORSET for SPRING TO go with the new dresses one must first have a new corset. Care fully selected styles that will fit all figures include those from such makers as Mme. Frances, Bien Jolie, LaVona, Back-Laced Modart, Roberta, etc. Made of silk brocade, satin or batiste, also elastic. Priced from $3.50 to $22.50. Corset Shop Main Floor THE LATEST STYLE IN FOOTWEAR $8.50 FOR Thursday we offer a beauti ful new style slipper of black patent with grey suede backs. Either high or low Spanish heels. In this special group there are also satin two-strap slippers with high or low Spanish heels. Very special at $8.50. PATENT OXFORDS $5.00 A smart flapper oxford of patent leather. A popular last and one .that. .will please you at the low price of $5.00. Shoe Shop Main Floor LOVELY NEW LINGERIE LUMINOUS silken uirMrarments of ctiptiva'ng chaun in tha exquisite colorings essential to trie spring outfit as well as plain white cotton gar ments so practical for common wear. EXTREMELY LOW PRICES FOR THURSDAY Step-ins and vests of radium silk, CO QC each J)Aiaa7J Tailored crepe back satin chemise, all tl QC colors HtltVD Crepe back satin step-ins Embroidered triple silk and vests, tC ff voile frA QC each JOaUU chemise .. -Ptai7 FINE COTTON SETS Dainty white cotton sets step-ins and vests trimmed with colored bindings or lace at, each 98c and $1.45 Lingerie Shop Main Floor DAINTY WASH FROCKS for the House HOUSE FROCKS or aprons are here in great variety for your selection. The styles are especially attractive and the colors are delightful for spring and sum mer. Dresses are priced up to $3.95 and the aprons come as low as 76c. Make your selection Thursday while the assortment is complete. House Dress Shop Main Floor 0 0 0 THE FINEST QUALITY HOSIERY OUR Hosiery Shop is well known throughout the locality, par ticularly on account of our being ex clusive agents for the famous Gotham Gold Stripe Hose, "the silk hose that wear" and that is guar ' anteed to give satisfactory service. HOSE SPECIAL $1.75 For this np-eial event we are offering you several Styles of hose, including brown with- silh feet, silk to the top, full fash ioned; black silk lislo, hem top, lisle feet, full fashioned; embroidered insteps, brown, navy, Russian calf, pure thread silk; black and sand-colored silk with clox.silk to knee, lisle hem top. Choice of any style at $1.75. Formerly priced up to $3.00. CHILDREN'S SOX 25c In pink, sky, brown or black. Dainty hose with cuffs. An opportunity to buy for summer. Hose Shop Main Floor BLOUSES for THE NEW SUIT or SEPARATE SKIRT Are Here SMART tailored blouses are much in vogue this season ar i particular woman will find here an assortment that ....1 surely please. SILK BLOUSES $10.00 PONGEE BLOUSES $3.50 Of pussy willow, truhu, radium or crepe de chine. Long tucked col lars, tiny tucks and narrow pleated edge, frill fronts. Some have wide filet trim and tiny insertion of filet. Roll or filet collars. For merly priced at $13.75. Blouse Shop Main Floor Three models to choose from. Peter Tan collar with narroy plaited frill edge around collar and down front Roll collar, tuxedo style, narrow lace edge, tiny tucks. Tucked front model, collar to be worin high or low. All made of splendid quality pongee. A Super Collection of EASTER MILLINERY $Q00 EVERY hat was chosen with par ticular care to make' this the most superb collection of Easter millinery in Omaha. There are large hats and small hats gay little off-the-face hats, de mure turbans and alluring picture hats. The materials, among them you will find everything favored by fashion ; Milans, Liseres, Hemps, Hair, all over Visca Cloth, Silks, and Taffetas. The tj-ynmrfs are too varied and too novel to even at tem$ descilbe. Every color of Spring fashion's rain bow fij Ifcfcre Cherry, Flame, Navy, Copen, Perriwinkle, Canna, Cactus, Henna, Pumpkin, Brown and Dove Grey. A special lot will be fcsSci Thursday at $8.00. Millinery Shay Second Floor a : !i ELDKEDGE-EEYNQOLB tike. Ptore of Sfectalty Shcpf i i i ai a f ;1 !