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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 March 1924

SOPHOMORE EDITION Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 8 1924 Number 23 & Che Simmons Bnrafi yr 1L XT J THIRTY COWBOYS OUT TWO MORE NUMBERS OF FOR BASEBALL PRACTICE LYCEUM TO COME SOON BASEBALL SEASON OPENS WITH IDA M. TARBELL AND ALBERTO RUSH ON LAST MONDAY AFTERNOON. Tho crack of the bat the pop of the La 1 and the thud of the glove added to the joyous yells of over thirty baseball as pirants announced tho opening of the base- SALVI WILL APPEAR IN MARCH. SOPHOMORES ENTERTAINED BY SENIORS Ml PICNIC MONDAY The lure of the road. hc call of Spring. JRACK TEAMS WORKING and the thrill of adventure plus an invi- iinrrnn ACQ PI ICU tation from the Seniors seemed. to be the pQJ( IMTtRLLASS LLAotl chief causes of some seventy-five Seniors ' m- . iiiriinia ii ii niiii in-r-ii inn iiin-iiiiiu in iii" iiiinc sin? iiiiriiuivi wiiiiiiiii iniiiiirini huh siiif-isiu . - - and Sophomore motoring a few miles be- NW TRACK AND INTER.CLAS ba ca8on al Simmong Co ja8l Mon. ona know...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 March 1924

tij i.v' lyu.'wfi.iw i'e'" vii.wmm"n " "-' ii 1 1 iiMi'wywwiMM';tMPiPS)pplpjpj ft II ii - u (ZfljpSimraonsIJrMid Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoilice at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per ycnr......&2.0Q Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday. Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Uusiness Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTO-Managing Editor JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX .Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE Features PHINIS McBETII Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton Emma Barrett. 11 ' r SOPHOMORE EDITION Edcah Goodnicht ......... .Edit6r Ceorcg Foster. LAssociate Editor REPORTERS FOR THIS ISSUE: Verna Smith "ITielma Davis Ox Ballew Vernon Adams Don Shiflett Margaret Johnston Lois Riddle Zailia Drake Charles Spangl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 March 1924

mvrvw'T 7" lrlll"W(p'"1"T"r" t wmnnnipimf nyn wwniwrT' hi .M.imwm v wpw pwpnrTnitwuiB-Tf wy piiymnmyiMiuii 'MlW'W wwr" w ifm1 ' KmyapiywipnBHjyw'iii n nfwwiiriiBWWiWlW ' 'Hjim y iwlfiBjiypp u - i.. . . ! Jli &!; ft'. J) ALUMNIJOTES Abllqne Texas Feb. 11th 1924. Dear Alumni: Christmas Is over and I hope it was the merriest possible for every one of you. I like to think that the New Year In pass- Ing tho first mile post has brought only success and happiness to you all. NoW llimc Christmas bills arc paid and there has been ono "first" on which to get a long lircalli I wonder if it couldn't be possible that on or before March 15th every person In tho Association will have paid his dues? Wo must make our association a living and vital organization and in order to do tills every member must help in tho fight. Please send your three dollars ($3.00) to Miss Willie Rao McDonald Simmons Colleger-arid can't you do it at once? Mr. Miller is proving to be all and more than we hoped he would...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 March 1924

t$ir"imry VH)" (T """IT ' 'ITp'" ' II If f- Special Values in Men 9s New Spring Suits Men and young men who arc particular about style exacting as to pattern and demand good value will be given a pleasant treat when they review our Spring showing of New Suits at 127.50 $32.50 $3500 Tho savings offered are only one feature of this selling. It's what you get for your money that makes these values so important. k ALibmSs Pmpmrit i.. "... - . ZHPflBI I lACt QUAUTY- imsmmmmmm?mm?mmmmmmmmr$immTmT& LATEST ORGANIZATION POPE CU0S MOVE TO IS PRE-MEDIC CLUB ROOMS IN SCIENCE HALL SIMMONS COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT IS GOOD ' By Allan Motes. One of the departments of Simmons Col- lego 'which has been working quietly and unobstrusively but yet steadily' is the Com- mercial Department which 'is located in room 32 "of Abilene Hall. This 'depart- ment after being closed for some time was reopened last Fall under the direction of Allan Mote of Oklahoma City. Mr. Mote The latest organization In the real...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 March 1924

HPJWWp. n It i)HI 1 1 1 pPf5jr it I ii'h u i 'NpSpiaJwi ))iWnHpyMjfptij nm w hi yjij iiiriiijinWBPy'i-nT--pwfii - wr-fS?" r FRESHMAN EDITION j. $i Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 15 1924 Number 2-1 i j I I K r. V JUNIORS AND FRESHMEN ENJOY OUTING TO LAKE ABILENE MON. Like all picnics prospect. were looking gloomy about 9:30 Monday which was the appointed time for the Junior arid Fresh- men to mako their departure on their so ong planned picnic but about 10 o clock Kimiut.uu Junius aim rrcuuncn uegmi iu . f II r it u i r ' r lull of pep rearing to go. ?' U" P.""- and Mrs. D. W. Arnctto the bunch were .fivn .. Tl Wn nrst cars to reach Uikc Abilene made their stop on the south bank where they were entertained with the inuinir nf nnir nml arrived. Ihe party then journeyed on over to the upper part of the lake to the select. - ed place. It being near the noon hour when the crowd arrived there was only a short lapse of time until a fire had been started and the bac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 March 1924

rwSTjffclWpVTp u'UWWlMLipjMJHfP 4 ' ' - come bwca: ro college. S SljeSimraonsItomd Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club ia the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second clan mailer June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas Ci. r fro lf wees nuiiii iiiuio in uuiiaia unu veins wuuiu icvvivu 1110 jurgi-si icucr irom Subscription Price per year...t..g2.00 u a purpo8e whh practIcally evcfy 4chool tcacher frlcnd on lho plalng Member of the Texas Intercollegiate tress college student although with some It is In Room 13 have taken on tho altitude of now running normally for she Is again more sober thought and study since the wearing Tho Diamond King There arc many purposes' for which we hearing of exams. and the lights seen want a college education. Everyone of burning in tho wee hours of the night arc us who Is seeking a 'college education has for deep study and nothing more a purpose in it. Some peoplo seek a col- lege education because it will increase...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 March 1924

1 TV 11 i-iy-waitj -wvn i u Wi ikV. SB KAMPUSED KIDS KLUB WEST TEXAS WORKERS' WINTER TERM NEARLY HOLDS MEETING FRIDAY CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK GONE; EXAMS NEXT WEEK "K. K. Kaptain meet in K. K. Kaboose PROMINENT OUT OF . TOWN tonight at second flash" was what Mary SPEAKERS ON PROGRAM Cleo Booth heard last Friday night so DATES MARCH 19-20-21. accordingly she and eight other girls who had received similar invitations gathered Tile West Texas Workers' Conference day of classes There only rcmdlns a very few more days in which to make up for. some of the lost time that could bo used to ad-1 vantage now. March IS will be the last this term. in the K. K. Kaboosc or Room 7 of Mary in the interest of the Baptist work in this Examinations will begin on March 17 Frances Hall. section will bo held at Simmons March nnd wj)l last through Wednesday 19. The 'After all had gathered tho hostess Vcrna 19 20 and 21 Among the; out-of-town regular schedulo for examinations will be Smith explained the reason...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 March 1924

?1WfS iwlwpi WilHJllWllgtPPW m m it PRESENTING SPRING MANHATTAN SHIRTS To sec them is n revelation. So many smart designs so many new fabrics. Shirts that arc thought out with a fine regard for the exactions of good taste. A splendid variety of Madras Oxford English Broadcloth and Silk Stripe Madras. All colors are guaranteed fast. Neckband and collar-attached Shirts fdr town or sports wear. $2.50 UP TO $7.50 .;'. i AUtimi'l Fivrlf itWt rutt quAUTY-M VAWB-senvee CLIOS WIN ANNUAL INTER-SOCIETY DEBATE manent Court. Ho Aftld "President Hard )ng proposed to elect the judges as they are al present." The speaker said further "We maintain that war even to maintain pedeo Is unnecessary' lie stated that the greatest criticisms offered by the opponents to the World Court are that: It Is a Lea. guc Court; Membership in the court means membership In the League of Nations; niTTOi;7WmTOI.7YTl.7Yil.77T.I7Tltrai? GREEN FRESHMAN FLAG ALWAYS BEEN CENTER OF CLASS RUSHES The Mid-Winter Inter-Society de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 March 1924

m mi-vir9fvww TH"7IW"f' if'W'Wfi iWAf ' Jf tT'VWTi jrw "TJ "T "" CORRAL EDITION n' i '..'. 'i t . SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 22 1924 Vol. VIII. Number .25 THE PERMANENT WEST FOLLOWING THE GLEAM e tito"1 Ifh? J: immonsBraui I l it I t t I (Editor's Note Tills oration was deliver- ed by die author as the Class Oration for 1924.) In the morning of history man began his Journey West. By some peculiar decree it has always been true that -no sooner have fields been cleared and homes erect- ed ahd cities built in one land than some adventurous spirits begin to seek another. Thus the circle has been completed In our own generation and our own land. Here the East in its Incessant journey West has met the East again and now they are doubling back. The term "West" has always been o relative one. Almost every nation worthy of history's notice has had Its western period and In this period has made cer- tain definite and distinct contributions to world values. The West Is theref...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 March 1924

ppwpplfrdHBiw wiywift n;wBwww!wnwwp'tiK ; v vw W)ji;ippiiyqByiIiiMY;iTMwtT')ww i""" r t( l I I ai1Pmman5Di7tnd BREATH OF PROVIDENCE Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second dais mailer June 22. 1917 at the PoslulTice al Abilene Texas Subscription Price per car 82.00 Member of the Texas InterColleglale Press Association Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTO-Managing Editor JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE Features PHINIS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton Emma Barrett. CORRAL EDITION CORRAL EDITOR Nelson A. Hurro CONTENTS "The Permanent West"-- U. S Bird "Following the Gleam". Myrtle 0. Barber "Breath of Providence'...Nelson A. Hutto Peotry: "My Old Arm Chair". U. S. Bird "Quantity Not Quantity" (Ju...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 March 1924

r r t rr'Ww .iM3l ? c ''41' i. i it .' BREATH OF (Continued from frago two.) Stark said that he knew he had plenty of kerosene? He filled the can and sent the child away as quick as he could. He closed the door and slumped down on his cot. It was very unusual that Stark would send to lilm to borrow kerosene. Did. he suspect that Rufus had started the fire and was ho trying to taunt him by borrowing the very thing which he used to do the deed? It was a wild speculation but It was fascinating to Rufus and he could not rid his mind of it. The next night it happened again. "We want only a little bit tonight Mr. Tinchcr" the boy said. Only enough for the lamp. Daddy forgot to get any to- day." With nervous motions that mado him spill the oil on the floor Kufus drew out a little In the can. Ho walked to the step and gave It to the boy hurrying to shut the door. But the child spoke before he shut it. "We wouldn't havo bothered you about It Mr. Tlncher but wo knew you had a plenty" ho said....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 22 March 1924

ii" mm ivmmmmmwmmmm mmmmm&mmmmmmmmv Aiimt m wimmmmfmimmmm ww iDJillWi.UHliBJIUjpiilUmiWHWjPj liwuBji)nnpjtHH.inujHyLH)tHIHJUU'IPmB.iWBImii- II i- I I If SPRING SUITS IN STYLES FOR YOUNG MEN Wo want you to come in and see tho Keenest livest lot of New Spring Suits ever shown in this city. And they won't stay here long. It docsn' take a young chap any time to pick his preference from this splendid array of new models. . t New effects in extensive fabtics; New designs in stripes and checks; New shades of blties tans and grays ' $27.50 $32.50 $35:00 u S AUUnt't Ftvtritt S ? innwoeii '& qUAUrr-J VLVE-StWC THE PERMANENT WEST (Continued from page one.) Americans demand as clean a birthright as those of the past that Disraeli was not mistaken when he said "Tho protection of tho public health is fundamental to all political social and economic progress." From here we run a line to our next corner a strict code of morals.- Oil and water do not mix neither can a nation maintain a sturd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 March 1924

y BI AJIRWfpnpil WJRWW STlj? StomonsBrntti -... Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 29 1924 Number 26 w&fflp If COWBOYS OPEN SEASON WITH HILL BILLIES AT BR0WNW00D After a rest of almost two weeks pit ac- count of bad weather' work on the dia- mond was resumed in earnest this week and Coach Hays has been quickly whipping his baseball hopefuls into shapo for the season's grind this spring. Meeting the Daniel Dakcr Hill Billies at BrownWood next Monday and Tuesday in the open ing'games the Cowboys will start a sched- ule of twenty games ending here with the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets in May. The only cloud of gloom that has set- tled over the Cowboy camp' was the in- jury received by Jack Wright third base- man. Wright who lias been showing ex- ceptional speed both at the hot corner and with the stick wrenched his ankle while attempting .to field a fast one in practice Wednesday afternoon. The injury is not serious but will probably keep him from starting in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 March 1924

-ni;ijjw$pjpfjffiWf"''Wi ' vrpir7nf !" j jp v r ivTnv.il -fTf-n'i?7''-""yTpTvT!'B'j''-7' & I SFSimraonsBrnnii Published. Weekly by' the Simmons Press Club In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second clsss matter June 22 1917 at the Poitofflce at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per ycnr......$2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business. Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTO-Managing. Editor JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE Features PHINIS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F U. Powell Charles Eaton Emma Barrett. SMITH HALL SCANDAL There is not much scandal this week as most of the boys arc trying to quit. However T. H. Funk and Marcus Clcm mcr did riot get home Sunday night. WHAT OTHERS THINK. Tuning In the Student. Recent investigations in Columbi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 March 1924

mr.?"---"-"! T-i"y-'-rmmpT"t"tTynri hmH'hiiwiuih iiyilW'-WiH'Vtlii)l'H'W'tl'lllll'" M"i'W)WWwMWW'IE'HW''WWI'W i.rWiiiiWiJmw'wwiHwwiwMw wp vmvviiRmuiramigyaa a SPRING SUITS IN STYLES FOR YOUNG MEN We want you to come in and sec the Keenest livest lot of New1 Spring Suits ever shown in this city. And they won't stay here long. It doesn't take a young chap any time to pick his preference from this splendid array bf new models. New effects in extensive fabrics; New designs in stripes and checks; New shades of bides tans and grays. $27.50 $32.50 $35.00 IS MONEY NECES- SARY TO HAPPINESS m quality-M VAWE-senvce KuSS AT THE PALACE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PARD SnfiHBlY'HW or mtm. Season's First Debate Will Be Had April (Continued from page one.) "Marry a man who earn less that I do I should say not!" How often that expression & heard to- day? The girls who utter it aro to blame. With their earning capacities they have grown accustomed to luxuries and costly clothes. They know jhey would bo u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 March 1924

KINDNESS By Phinis McBeth Kindness is the music of good-will to men. Men of all tongues can understand kindness all ages have understood the child as well as the grown-up. Likewise can the antithesis bo understood by all; not with tho same appreciation but with deplorable regret together Villi an extend- ing pity for their brutality and a desire to show kindness in order that they might have a knowledge of the worthy qualities which may exist in the human heart. Kind- ness is love; maintained by love; and per- petuated only by love. Kindness Is the chief characteristic of love. Kindness Is not a characteristic of hatred; neither is it akin to animosity nor does it bear any re- lationship to malice. Kindness is comfort. Kindness is worth moro than much wealth; for it comforts the weary the disappointed tho despondent as well as the successful a service which wealth cannot do. Kind- ness is joy. It is joy to the giver as well as to the giver as well as to the receiver. Tho 'person who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 April 1924

SV Simmons BraBl Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 5 1924. Number 27 T. I. P. A. WITH S. M. U. AT DALLAS NEXT WEEK ANNUAL SPRING CANTATA GIVEN BY FIRST CHURCH PUBLIC UTILITY COURSE ADDED TO CURRICULUM APRIL FOOL BURLESQUE PROVES GREAT SCREAM FACULTY REPRESENTED AND CHAPEL IS CONDUCTED BY STUDENTS. EATON AS BAKER SCORES HJT Characterization In Most Cases Were Almost Perfect; Bringing Out Individual Peculiarities. TWELVE SCHOOLS REPRESENT- ED IN CONTESTS AND BY DELEGATES. "CALVARY" TAKEN FROM FOUR GOSPELS PROVED VERY INTERESTING. ARRANGED FOR BY WEST TEX- AS UTILITIES COMPANY OF ABILENE. 1 If) NOTED JOURNALIST TO SPEAK Prizes Arc Offered In Each of Ten Contests Which the Schools May Enter. Dallas Texas April 4. College news- paper men "and women from twelve in- stitutions in Texas wilt meet April 10 and 11 at Southern Methodist University at the annual convention of the Texas In- tercollegiate Press Association. Students from colleges and universities not mem- be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 April 1924

m$MiwMn9mwwmi!!mwv ipitimwwrmwvn&-mmt -u nm j wwiwwwipw.i!h pi tvmmmmm&myi9Wfli-1- wyMW w Wf ww wn mmty wi'J"" ypwpWtfPw ww b 2IipSimmmisCninil Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in tke Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoflice at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per year......S2.00 .Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTO-Managing Editor JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX Circulation Mgr. ALLEN MOTE! Features PHINIS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. Powell Charles Eaton. U. Reporters Fof This Issue. Charles Eaton F. U. Powell Bill Swaf- ford Louise English Clyde Beasley Jim 0. Ballew Phinis McBeth Allen Motes Nelson Hutto Alberta Howell Raymond Morrow. "BACK THE DEBATERS A number of Sim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 April 1924

mf. w ji 'i i m OF 616 SPRING rt 7MJ.MESS - UELt UCWS 60SIMESS OUT AT fBtUNE tjvs r-r i -x MC3l -. ' I JBKEk-L.ss. NsKaKKMSsI sJrv .J iHi C' . JsK 111 M i S2? SES? o AS YOU LIKE IT. FWt'. "FlAE COLLEGE StiElKS Art SUEBrS Set iU' pace; im SHOES AN' Tr COMlM RKUT I L- AUOMG ) -WELL.MOBOCr COfAPAREP.AMp E5P&CIALLV CU.REED Ff?OA OUT College GRoJS. Courtesy of Star-Telegram. Dynum: Don't you think that talkative women arc the most popular. Snuff; What other kind arc there? Jewel! Funk: Jewel: Hello Theron how are you? Wonderful thanks. Well I'm glad someone thinks so. Gordon W.t Arc you suro your folks know I am coming homo' with you? Peaches: They ought to; "argued with them1 for a whole hour about it. Why J. T.: Don't sit staring at me. don't you say something? Swanzy: I didn't know it was my turn yet. Recipe for Moustaches. Deforc retiring at night rub the upper lip well with salt. You wust then get a pail of water and place at the head of your bed. The hairs being thirsty will co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 April 1924

' "W"T TT "i " t- i AUlnt'l Fmrtti iUfptmt run Easter Sale Specials Men's New Spring Suits Shirts and Neck- wear Underwear and Hosiery. Women's and Misses' Suits Coats Dresses and Blouses Millinery and Footwear. Boys' Spring Suits and Blouses. These and many other items throughout the store are going at Special Prices for Pre-Easter Selling. niilfAwAin7W?ljymywwmr PALACE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A Great Romance of Pioneer Days 'THE WAY OF A MAN" BY EMERSON HOUGH Author of "The Covered Wagon" and "North of 36." See the valiant courage of those who blazed the path from East to West. Re-live the real adventures of yester- day. Not a serial but a special" feature. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY Admission Only 10c 20c and 40c. Public Utility Course Added to'Curriculum (Continued from page one.) Service Information Bureau; "Organization of the accounting department of a Public Utilities" by Ray tyolfe auditor of the local company; "The Problem of Rate Making on Public Utilities" speaker to be announced la...

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