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THAT word S A-F-E is mighty satisfying --mighty gratifying. It's a dispeller of doubt
and uncertainty; an assurance that you get what you went after.
The buyers of SELZ shoes ire. S-A-F-E free from all doubt and uncertainty as to hovr
their shoes are going to wear-for the SATISFACTORY SERVICE IS GUARANTEED.
1 The SELZ shoe leads in point of style as well as service;
$3.50 $4.00 $5.00
That guarantee says the very last word as to Selz service. We would rather show you Sel vyies
than talk about them.
Selz styles speak for themselves. When we begin to take the lids off the boxes of the many t
different new Selz models, you will take in the strongest style-sermon ever preached by fashionable
tootwear for men, women and children. '
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BROOKS and COMPANY
"SELZ ROYAL BLUE" STORE
Located in J. M MITCHELL'S New Building, Middle St - - - - New Bern, N. C.
LOSES HIS LICENSE
u mil mini
A vrV imall quantity of whiskey
is being .shipped by freight, the bulk
of ft coming by exprcsn and as thu
Southern Express Company's lscal
effice i just opposite Police head
quarters the authorities have an ex.
icetlent opportunity to watrh that
I place and see juat what is going on
WOULD NOT TELL POLICE WHO or rather what it going out.
OWNED WHISKEY IN
Yeaterday bd. Arthur,
drayman, drove up'to the ei
and went inside. Three fx
1 . 1 local sa"'l(' lorth with a
a diliffent 1uartl "' wn'
uc the law Police Lupton nnd P.
prescribed nd A- A- 'P0 Pli
I The package containing the whiskey will appear at the Masonic theatre
was consigned to II. S. Brinson but n;x?Thursday . Look at the fun-mak-
I Arthur claimed that he did not know era, Charley Gano, he demonstrated
tj whom it belonged. After refusing last season the best in minstrelsy.
jto give the police any information Nick Glynn that funny "Nicodcmus"
relative to whom the whiskey be- one of the funniest .drollest, true to
! a; "il, the Mayor ordered that his nature black face characters In his line,
license to drive a dray on the streets He is a new face with Manager Coburn,
I be revoked. Daily Edition, April 6. bit he b great as a fun snaker and a
! p laugh getter. Then Settle .Wilson,
COBURN S MINISTERLS COMING Leiblc, Fisher, singers, dancers, co-
V'- J medians, all new entertainers with
Well Known Fun Makers To Be this popular attraction. Gano's new
k He; Soon. iFtnak to the big First Part "Progres-
Better than ever, everything new, sive Political Oratory" a scream from
lh; greatest laughing show ever 6Y- start to finish. The afterpiece "Mana
ganited and presented by that popular gcrlal Difficulties" another laugh get
company Coburn's Greater Minstrels ting, fun making number entirely
new this csason. Those who remember
Mr. Gano in "Getting the Money"
and the "Mysterious Hotel" last season
will require nothing else to guarantee
an evenings fun and a laugh in every
minute. The best male choir in its
history, all the latest songs and music
all that U good in minlstrelty.
ANOTHER AMATEUR PLAY.
Junior Auxiliary of Christ Church
To Present Place.
The Junior Auxiliary of Christ church
have arranged for a very interesting
program for next Wednesday night.
"The Trouble at Satterlee's" a one act
comedy will lc given by the larger
girls, and a Japanese action song by B:rllia Miss Hasel Simpson
the smaller girls, Also a "l air Fn- Mildred Miss Catherine Patterson
counter a comedyietta will DC. giv 'ti Lou miss i.izette rerry looser
by Mrs. George Stratton and MUs Miss Satterlee (the lady principal )
Lila May Willis. Admission ,25ets. Miss Lulu Disosway
adults, children, 10c. K it'ilec l, the Irish servant girl Miss
'The Trouble at Satterlee's" is a . Carrie Hill.
"A Fair Encounter" is very laughable
It's nothing more than a war of wom
en's wits. Mrs. Alice Grenville engages)
hinks herself as maid, to Lady Clara to find
lady o it what kind of a woman she is as
boarding sthiol comedy in one act.
A laugh from start to finish. One of
the girls writes, a play and the Irish
servant girl heari their plans i
they arc going to murder
principal, and tc'.ls her. Come and see
how it tarns out.
The cast is as follows:
Dorothy Miss Rose B. Carraway
Alice Miss Vida. Brock
Mrs. Grcnvilles brother is engaged to
her. To be given Wednesday night
Lady Clara St. John, Miss Lela M.
Willis, Mrs. Cclia Grenville, Mrs.
Miss Myrtle George Stratton,
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