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i 14 14 14 ,, 101 Third FloorMai TWEEDS. mixtures. sports and dress coats . many colorstwotoned combinations. Sizes 6 to 14. -. A ROUND-UP OF DIALECT C. RUPPENTHAL COLLECTS SPECIMENS OF KANSAS SLANG. pit Work of Bunnell Judge la to I Go into n Unabridged Diction. miryFinds Material in Plares,, SALINA, KAS., March 16.Judge J. C. '.uppenthal of Russell fdr the last wenty years has been compiling ,Iirases of dialect, provincialisms, coloquialisms and slang in Kansas. Dr Nr.ls H. Vizetelly of New York, edior of the Standard Dictionary, has quested Judge Ruppenthal to sub-from 2,000 to 3.000 words. The judge has several thousand ords he reqards as suitable. Each ,ord is noted as to its part in speech rise use of all words and phraces is Astrated in sentenzes. with men'ion tether the word has been hard in leecti Most of the expressions have :Aen found In papers in Western and ,entral Kansas. Vork is to begin shortly on an unlOridTed dictionary of d'alect, and the rords collected by Judge Huppenthal Lii find a place in it it is said. FOR V. U. ENGINEERS. 'orts--otte Seniors; Enter I he Knighthood at St. Patrick. i COLUMBIA, Mo.. March 16.Porty-1 -le senior engineers of the Univer-1 :'y of Missouri college of engineering ! n'ered the knighthood of St. Patrick 1-re tonight, when the patron saint r.sided at the annual ceremonies. Prof, Jesse E. Wrench of the uni-1 !,7sity faculty. was dubbed summa !nude. honorary knight. while HI T. Ante q of Mound City was Patrick." Of the forty-one senior t :dens knighted the dagree was t.'.1gr.t cum laude for eight and g7ta cunt !nude for five. Twenty'tht were dubbed knights of St. Pat.! Stud,nts who received the honors :azna t'uni LaudeLtonet Sct,ott.. Secial a: W. Thonon. Wanoo. Neb.: kieorge &hmIckc Kukwood: Edwin LP HP. - Ch&r! Fan Schoole. Bot!vae. LaudeRectot Charlek Fereagon. I 01:1!-'1 Hunt. An1;etell W:!!!am L. Fanner, De ts,mo: Nebv PlEt Car Samuel Pollock. Kfit1588 City: lic4ale5. Trot; Roland M. ( 1 i,z' ra lc 13 I Fourth Floor, Alain' ..Stf-r;;;a Cum LaudeProf. Jesse E. Wrench KnightsCharles R. Persinger. McFall: Jules C. Tate. Gallatin; F. P. Chiles. Silver Lake. kers.: Samuel R. Brous. Harrisonulle; Charles Victor Dunn. Urich: Charles J El-sea. Buckner; Alvin WeMberg. St. fo,.s: J01111 Kenneth "- - -- Baker. Oblige: Roy G. Sehwamb. New Raven; Clen L. likmm,A. Marks. Kansas CityLJoenh Graves. Mo. Ralph Foltz. Dearborn; Elliott John Lawton, Brookfield: Wesl Harlan. arlan. Sedalia; Richard J. Koopman. Wright City: Robert Osterloh. Joplin: William Robert Eaton. Lockwood; Earl Green. Dexter: Wade Ripon-ton Nash. St. Louis: Samuel Hoffman. St. Loms: Jonn Z. Ainsworth. Lexington: Mar-ill Glenville Weller. Pattonsburg: Harold E. (love. Linn. and Elbert liassinritter. Hermann. TO FLY TO THE AIR SHOW. Idea for FAent Here to Se Sought by C. of C. Men In Detroit. - Three representatives ot the Chamber of Commerce are to fly to the All-American Aeronautical Show at Detroit April 14 to April 21 to obtain Ideas for a similar show here at some later date, according to plans made by the aeronautics committee at its meeting yesterday afternoon. Valley Oratory Laurel to Dillon. ST. Louis, March 16.--(A. P.) Charles E. Dillon. Washington university. tonight was awarded first place in the tenh annual Missouri Valley oratorical contest. Second 1 place went to Miss Avis Sutton of the University of Missouri and third to Harold Hughes of the KanFas State Agricultural coy ..-t 11. Porta &um Mo., March 16.Two ot aiAJ.ed pandits who held up ! the Bank of Qulin and escaped with I $2,600. are in jail today, according to the prosecuting attorney. Frank 1 Casey is held at Cape Girardeau and IENNO00 . Ilas Grown on Worth Alone! 101711 1112-14 Walnut, Thru to 1113-15 Alain For Girls 6 to 14 Pique Print Ensemble FROCKS (As Pictured) CLEVER Frocks for Girls 6 to 14 in coat styles with matching frocksbright, pretty prints in combination with plain materials many patterns and colors. Children's Hats Just ArrivedAll Colors 41 A LARGE and interesting selec- 22 non- demure little hats tot 47 45 to 'h!c, little glrisvery new and fresh Sprili7 styles and color, & s5oo THE KANSAS CITY TIMES. SATITIMAY, MARCH IT. 1928. THE NEW MILL CREEK PARKWAY VIADUCT IS PERMANENTLY OPEN TO TRAFFIC. The roadway under the new viaduct over Mill Creek parsway at Forty-third street was opened permanently yesterday to traffic after having Iwo closed off and on for more than a year while the span was under con struction and the roadway was being improved. The imposing structure hosU in the picture replaced an ugly wooden trestle, a menace to traffic a Lel an eyesore to the surroundings. The new viaduct was completed last 'all, but cold weather set in before the roadway could be finished. ' Muench, Lexington.. and James L. Hamilton 011ie Sams is in jail at Benton. fol- 1Wailer. cashier Ir. Clayton, Aumma Cum LaudeProt. Jesse E. Wrench ' ....Acts on roadhouses. Irvin , fled the men. t Open Late Tonight "New Hosiery Shades" Econámy Dept. "Pumps" "Ties" "Straps" "Oxfords" 98c "Hosiery Specials" 9nd L Floor Carried in Wide or narrow 4:1twidths Misses' , ; Straight -', Leg - ,,, i i ---',..- Hose Open Late Tonite You Save on Every Pair "Shop. Early" 98c esee Open P8203 Tonight LI "SPri cc, Slyes Main Floor Values "New !y", alibri Hits" (4 4, ,V To A $7.85 ----Main Floor-- Style features that pronounce the breath of spring .in every pair. A complete array of delightful retv creations. , Satins, Patents, New Colors in Kidskins 2nd NOW 'Hi Styles Lo Prices" Nothing Over $4.98 2nd Floor Offers tz, Our upstairs economy dept. avails the opportunity of buy- ,:,::1 ing the latest styles at mod-,...,...s.- crate prices. Preferred style, -- En wanted materials of Pat-111nr-oP ents, Satins, Colored Kidskin& Chlidren's apt. 2 ;tor New Smart ha 1---- I. it A Sorinp 1 $4.48 Men 9s9 Boys' and Novelty New Oxfords for Men a style that satisfies with quality and fit. Boys' Styles solid. sturdy and snappy oxfords at big savings. Economy Dept. Big rx Values A New , Smart Spring Shoes For Little Folks and made to the true form of the foot. Fancy or plain styles at a saving. , of the bank, Identi Gents' Spring $ $ U "New Hoisery Shades" .1 69c "Hosiery Specials" .00 "Alen's Values" .00 "Boys' Values" pp CUT PRICE Little tepigp 0,112a Gents SHOE STORE 00,,Big 11 East 1 2th St. values. - All Silk Hosiery $1.35 $1.95 $2.95 Chiffon, & SenziService Full fashioned and perfect. All silk from top to toe. 33-inch and regulation lengths. pointed and blocked heel. Spring shades; sizes 812 to 10. Princess Pat Hose With vamp toe or picot edge. All silk chiffon, full fashioned; sizes 8 to 10. Spring shades. Propper's Blue Edge hosiery of sheer all silk chiffon from top to toe. Full fashioned. Sizes 814 to 10. Spring shades. First Floor Princess Pat Elastic Step-ins $8.95 Fashioned 12 inches in back and 10 inches in front. Two satin covered stays in front and back. Also side fastening and front clasp models at this price. Fourth Floor Tailored Crepe de Chine Slips $3.95 Attractively hemstitched models, with self double straps. Deep shadow proof hems. In pink and white. Fourth Floor w,13,1,;,1 Unusual Values Offered in Imported Cut-Steel Beaded Bags 6 6.95 '9.75 Excellently made of genuine cut steel beads. Gold and silver in various intricate and charming de. signs. All mountedwith chain handlescharming silk liningsfitted with change purse and mirror. mmmimmlan. ' 1 r PETTICOAT LANE The Rag ShopFirst Floor New Spring Shades in Imported Kid Gloves Smart $ 5 It'ashable Novelties Models Chic one-clasp styles, attractively hand sewn in contrasting shade. Selected, real Kid Gloves, with band tied with bow. Others with braided kid flare band and embroidery in contrasting shades. All high shades for Springall sizes. Gldve ShopFirst Floor SpecialFine Doeskin 'Washable Gloves '2.65 Smart slip-on and one-clasp styles that would regularly be priced at $3.95. In Spring shades, mode, beige, gray and white. Sizes 51A to 7. Glove ShobFirst Floor A Great Saving Today Printed Pajamas Cotton CrepeBroadcloth 195 '1.50 Several attractive styles with long and short sleeve models. In stripes, figured and plain colorings. Also black sateen,''trimmed with figured sateen. 'Cr-epe de Chine Bando Sets Charming models or such a low price. Step-ins ot crepe trimmed with lace, lace bandos to match. The set $295. Pastel shades assif 95 Underwear ShopFourth Floor y. New, Smart Nelly Don Frocks $1.95 $2.95 Gay prints in a di. versified sele ction of styles. All fresh and new, for home and street .wear. Guaranteed fast colors. Frocks that combine fashion and economy. Fourth Floor Radium Silk Vestees $2.95 Chic double breasted models to give a finish. ing touch of ' smartness to the tailored costume. In white and color s. Other Vestees of broadcloth, pique and silk, $1.95 to $5. Sizes 32 to 42. SportswearEighth Floor A Famous Maker's Jersey Knit Union Suits $1.95 Regularly $195 Fine, perfect garments, priced so low that we are not permitted to advertise the maker's name. Reinforced. Pastel shades. Fourth Floor 0 $1.95 1 , . .00--- --- go, ------ , , 11 1 I r........000l000Moo , , , i , . ,,,:,..::,,. II , ' Vs'elitak' td T ' ,,.,........... 1 -,:: re I ; .;$:: 1 ,,.,.1 , ' l','' 4a146ii,liAM . iiti,i;,4e.e.g',i,.,,t4t; , t.',',17' ,,,eihtl VZ,1?.4YEit?,'''',1 : t 4';'1:'"4,r,-,-,e't k5.,.is.4'4'74., , - ilf.44.7.-'i 4. .41:14,,,,. .:12 ilgii. , ' ' ... The roadway uttn closed off and ,novu in the pictur -..-. fall, but cold weath s A ROUND-UP i. 1: C. RUPPENTi Ie 'SPECIMENS OF K i $ 2 I 1 t VI ork of Rani 1 A Go 'I" Into ni Unahr ' V ary---Find Al litany' 111 4 SALINA, KAS., Marc i.uppenthal of Rus .214 wenty years has "I ,Iirases of dialect, pi MINNO lquialisms and slan .ank H. Vizetelly c -ir of the Standar( equested Judge Ru t from 2,000 to 3,1 The judge has i ords he regards a ord is noted as to i he use of all word :ustrated In sen'eni tether the word h 3e.ech Most of the Aen found In paper entral Kansas. Vork is to begin s liriMed Motional,' c 3rds collected by J .11 find a place In t)NollS FOR 31. i 01.ft-one Senior Knighthood of COLUMBIA, MO.. Al -e senior engineer!. 'y of Missouri cone n'ered the knighth( ere tonight, when -.sided at the an Prof, Jesse E. WI, 1ty faculty. was "I !nude. bonoral trl T Antleq of 1 Patrick." Of the :dens kninhted ..ignt cum laude ,f:mta cunt !nude f( 'tht were dubbed k Students who Ivo, :iow: :azna Cum t audeU .r W. Thonon I : ail Si hmaic Klikit - M,)na: Mimi, Fa 7.:,. LaudeRetint a W:!!!am L. Farmer, Plaa Car Samuel E ::,ara R lic4ale5. Klini It - i , A F. ,-. ,f ,. k 4 ''',tor,6444''A 1 r-wv,,, P., .,..? ''..,;'147;..e,;1' . ..---.', ;.1t .....: .-,...,411,:t. 4 '4-1' -..-i, - , , 4 , ;raffic after haring imposing structure was completed last A the bank, Wend , I - Open Late . Tonight P' rl Ice 1, tlYkS .... . A 'New ri its" t 1:1:0:1). It , the r. a 1 .c loo "New 1 lor"- Holsery Sherd's" "New roisery 'lades" lomy A . O. ' ,, 0, i - - 1 r; --- 4F. ' - ir 4r VII' 4S,''' . ' ',..,,,. , 4.,,t1,,,..41, :',..:;;;;;:. A ::.:: 5!'" r----z,-, ,,-- 69c -- - -- "Hosiery 1 -,4---.J rnalSrois . i, '. '. IIIIIIIk 0 , 111116, - St. ' tili '') I 1, arga . 98c ' 0 eral "Hosiery in 1 .!.,11Ur.r." WW1 1112.14 Wal 4444484 1 ' d ( I, oft It -' i:(' ; ' e 1 .) s;) C '7,NA 1 1 '7 3 ,' ,c-,,, 1'47' 1 ' ,-, ;.-F, ,,, -- -- tor Uirls to 14 98 er 6 cuA ing te prithe latest 69c es styles- at mo-d- 16441., - 1 ac. Preferred styler---sia.F.9 1 ii- s "Hosiery in wanted materials of Pat- - "Hosiery I 1 ii -r , Pique Print Specials" ents, Satins, Colored Kidskin& Specials" i ftl o ,L,'1 - . 1 -'''', ,- ;,, ,A , L:)- ,., .,13 3 IA S:11 1,-: -0. ,.. tl ( , Ensemble 2 Fndloor Chlidren 7s Dept Carried in C , oor 3 n d New. 4--, Fl - FROCKS Wide or narrow --, t -sprinSmart --, , a widths . A Q ', Misses' $ g, lit :hoes Ik:., ,,c9 -,, , , ; Straight j't III For Little 4 .. Leg To Folks elZ) i-,- - ,-F -,. (As Pictured) si-.4V MI 4kA $295 4:, Hose i $4.48 . 1 '. Ul 98c ( - 1.j..! , and made to the true .t. form of the foot. Fancy or plain styles at a L - CLEVER Frocks for Girls 6 to 14 -' 'Al Vt,-4, ,,. :1 i 1 1Z.3 in coat styles with matching frocksbright, pretty prints Ln f e ,., 7:1i.4,,,,4 51 . vat ' ...de i,, ,sating. :---'-'-1--,..,-1: combination with plain materials n, in 'Ca many patterns and colors. 1 . I 411 , ,- On Sale Until 1 o'Clock Only . 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