Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 13, 1906, NEWS SECTION, Page 2, Image 2
THE OMAHA DAILY BEK: SATURDAY, OCTOBKK 13, inorn Telephone Douglas 611. Bee. October IX. 106. OIL INSPECTOR ON STAND! Great Special Sale Fancy Linens Saturday Describes Best of Oil and Telia Whert Standard Gets Supply. HEARING WILL ADJOURN UNTIL MONDAY onsnlrney t aae at Klndlar Is Pro rr erilna A lonit Qalet Lines In l.osl Session uf he Week. N ECONOMY BASEMENT Every Item an Item of Unusual Value. The Savings Will be Many If You Attend This Great Economy Spread. -rvCV .Vjv f Napkin Sale Rale of 11.75 Napkins Saturday. $1.29 a dozen. Rale of 8 Vic Fringed Napkins Saturday, lc each. Special Sale of Wash Covers for Parlor Tables Saturday w will place on sale a lot of $3.00, 12.50 and $2. Wash Table Covers for $1.29 each. 16 lh AND HOWARD ; Special Sale of Doilies 200 dozen 19c and 15c Fancy Dollies at 5c each. Towel Sale One case of 12 He Huck Towels, Be each. Scarf Sale 18x36 H. S. Scarfs. Saturday 26c each. 18x4S H. S. Scarfs, Saturday, 29c each. 18x64 II. S. Scarfs, Saturday 35c each. Kant Basement. News of Flannel Department You'll find her a most cou.pietu etotk of flannds. Many fin materials you cannot buy elsewhere, as they are confined to us. The argument that we buy for cssh direct from manufacturers hold? goods with us, h with soma of our competitors, but the point that we sell for cash only Is so stronsly in favor, of us that you owe It to yourself to compare our prices with others. Amoskesg outing flannels in first quali ties, absolutely perfect, at loo, UVic a yd. (..'hole flannelettes, not job lots, at S'iC Mc. K'in and 'lSc per yard. imported flanneUtiea, confined to us. at '.t; and 35c per yard. 'Vlyclla flannels." confined to us. Toe a yard. French flannels, the best that money will buy. 75c a yard. Kmbroidered flannels, white for Infants' shirts, etc., 56c, 65c, 76c. 11.00. 11.15, 1131. 11.36 and 11.50 endless line of styles. Flannels for under skirts at , 80c and 'c per yard. East basement. Special News of Art Department This popular department la teeming with newness. Hardly a day passes but what there 4s some new line of goods added to our already great showing of holiday goods; today's word is of baskets. Work baskets In particular, a most beau tiful ahowlng In different shapes, cither lined or unlined. Baby baskets In several different styles, lined to your special- order; ask about them. Special For Saturday s special selling we offer a Una of atamped sofa pillow covers, all the latest designs, regularly priced at 60c SATt.HPAY fflr KACFt. AFTER. SUPPER. SPECIALS The following Items are all specially priced for the After-Supper Sale which commences at 7:30 D. m. Corset Covers Saturday Evening 19c Each. Second Floor A saving; opportunity from the Under Muslin Department. Corset Covers of fine cambric, with lace edgings and insertion, full ness in front: regularly priced at 25c and 30c. IN THE AFTER-SUPPER SALE, 19C EACH. Buttons Buttons Buttons If you are going to need Buttons for any purpose whatsoever, Sat urday evening will be the buying time.' A good quality two-hole Pearl Button not rough or Imperfect, but a good, smooth button--one dozen on card and sells regularly at 5c all sizes from 14-Hne to 2 2-llne IN THE AFTER-SUPPER SALE. TWO CARDS FOR 6C. Women's Hosiery Sale Saturday evening we will offer another lot of Women's Hosiery at a great reduction in price. Black Lisle Embroidered Hose, all new patterns, excellent value at 50 cents IN THE AFTER-SUPPER SALE. S9C PER PAIR. Men's Garters Under-Priced Saturday evening we wfll offer a line of Men's Good Garters, one that positively will not tear'the Btocklng. very simple and easy to ad justall colors, Including black and white. Buy this garter today and they would cost 25c IN THE AFTER-SUPPER SALE. 13C PER PAIR. The New Yams Are Here Our fall and winter line of yarns bus been received. We are now prepared to supply the trade, most any desired 'color or shade to be found In our great stock. ' Second floor. Dress Trimmings THK NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLUS. After buying the new dress goods come to this department and let us help you select the trimming. French fsshlon books are here for your use and the very newest of styles' tn all kinds of trimmings. Real Rose Point, Duchess, Irish Crochet, Baby Irish, Venire and Pt. Gaie are among the choice laces we are showing. These In a wide variety of prices. . Colored fancy trimmings rang from 90c to Jo. 50 a yard. Plain and fancy braids from 5c a yard and up. You are welcome to look even If you haven't the slightest Idea of buying. Main floor. "Inaminit" Skirt Measure See this twentieth century Invention at our notion department. Main floor. For the modiste as well as the amateur dressmaker. Will measure skirt any de sired length from the floor up to twelve Inches. Never fails to make the garment hang perfectly, whether the woman be TALL OR SHORT, STOUT OR SLIM, . .DEFORMED OR PERFECT. Docs the work In a minute, no previous experience necessary. Indispenslble to dressmakers: so simple a child can oper ate it. PRICE JAPANNED $1.50 EACH. Saturday Men's Day for Shopping This store has a wonderfully satisfying showing of men's needs. Widest possible variety. Including things that are to be seen nowhere else. A stock of shirts not matched anywhere. A collar stock that Includes all the lead ing shapes from one of the best makers more than thirty different r-hapes In all. A collection of neckwear that Includes the smartest ideas first showings here al ways. Every requisite In gloves for all occa sions for street, driving or full dress wear of kid, rape or mocha. All suspenders that we sell are good whether you buy a medium or higher grade; among them are the famed Guyot or Crown makes; none better if you look the world over. We strongly emphasize the merits of our different lines of men's furnishings. The: department Is conveniently located; come in cither entrance, Howard or Six teenth street, and you will find yourself In the men's store. F1NDLAY. O.. Oct. 1J -Willi the under- standing that court would adjourn at noon ' today until Monday, the trial of the Stand- ' ard Oil company of Ohio for conspiracy ! against trade was hec-tin by the state put ting County Recorder Bloom of Hancock county on the stand. Mr. Bloom Identified the deed record of the county from which Prosecutor Dsvld read to the Jury records of certain deeds transferring land to the Standard Oil com pany of Ohio. B. C. Slmffei. a local attor ney and deputy oil Inspector, was the next witness or the state. He described the manner of testing oil. At Upper Sandusky, the witness said, the SUndurd obtained oil for retail from the Standard refineries at Cleveland. On ciosn-cxaminatiun by the defense Mr. Shaffer snld his territory as Inspector cov ered several surrounding counties and that he Inspected the oils of all companies. After nearly two hours' session the trlwl was adjrurned until Monday. The ad journment was agreed on between counsel out of respect to the memory of formar Judge Burkett, whose funeral took place here this afternoon. The proceedings today consisted of the taking of testimony of three witnesses summoned by the prosecution. By evidence of the county recorder, title was estab lished In the Standard to a certain lot In the city of Flndlay. on which is located their local oil distributing station for the local retail trade. OH Inspector Shaffer testified that the oil sold at retail In this locality was obtained from the Solar Re fining company at Lima. At Upper San dusky, also In his Inspection territory they received the oil from the Standard refinery at Cleveland. J. H. Scott, local agent for Joseph Seep, purchasing agency, occupied the greulcr part of the session showing the method of purchasing crude oil from producers. He said that the oil he purchased- and paid for by Seep's checks was transferred to the order of P. S. Trainor of Oil City, Pa. Open Saturday Evenings. Howard Street, Corner Sixteenth. an easy fly to Sheckard. Altrock was out, Ever to Chance. Harm singled down past second, making the first hit of the game for the.'Amerlesns. Jones filed nut to Schulte. No runs. Nationals. 0; Americans, 0. (ktntn Makes si Run. Seventh Inning, Nationals Chance singled to r!ht, Hahn did not see It In the sun. Mtetnfeldt sacrificed, Altrock to Donohue. Tinker bunted also and waa out, ' Altrock . to Donohue. Evers singled to left, scoring Chance. He hit the first bull pitched. There was a deafening roar from the National rooters. Evers out. stealing, Sullivan to Davla. One run. Seventh Inning, Americans 1 shell struck out, but Kilns dropped the bull and threw hint out at first. Hohe popped to Steinfeldt. Donohue out. Brown to Chance. Brown making a great stop. No runs. Nationals, 1; American. 0. Eighth Inning, Nationals Kllng out. Robe to Donohue. Brown singled to center and the. ball nearly got away from Jones. ' Hoffman doubled to left. Sheckard grounded to Isbe.ll and waa out at first. Brown being held at third. Schulte filed to labell. No runs. Eighth Inning, Americans-Dougherty singled to right. Davis forced Dougherty at second. Brown to Tinker. Sullivan fanned, and Davie tried to steal, but was doubled at second. Kllng to Evers. No runs, nationals, l; Americans, 0. Ninth Inning. Nationals Chimes singled over second. Steinfeldt sacrificed. Altrock to Donohue. Tinker bunted and was out at "ret, Altrock to Donohue. Chance tried to steal from second, but waa doubled at the plate, Donohue to Sullivan. No runs. Ninth Inning. Americans McFarland batted for Altrock and went out, Steinfeldt to Chance. Hahn lined to Tinker. Jones walked and went to second on a pass bail, the ball hitting the umpire. Isbell out. Brown to Chance. No runs. Nationals, 1; Americans, 0. Score: UTIONALB. AB. R. BH. PO. A. L. Hoffman, cf 4 0 2 1 a 0 Sheckard, If.. I o 0 1 0 0 Schulte. rf 4 tt 0 1 0 u Chance, lb , 4 1 U IS 1 0 Steinfeldt. 8b 2 0 1111 Tinker, ss 1 0 0 1 4 0 Evers, itb -, , 1 0 1 3 4 6 Kling, c t 0 0 Brown, p 3 0 1 1 S 0 Totals .ZV 1 7 27 18 "1 AMERICANS. AB. R. BH. PO. A. E Hahn. if Jones, cf...... Isbell, ?b Hohe, 3b Donohue, lb.. Dougherty, If Davis, ss Sullivan, c Altrock, p...., McFarland .. ' Totals Nationals ....... Americans Left on bsses R. Two-be hit 8 1 1 r 1. tt 1 It 13 2 4 X 3 0 27 20 1 ...0 00000 10 01 ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Americans, 3; Nationals, Hoffman. Sacrifice hits: Tinker (31. Donohue. Steinfeldt (2). Stolen base: Sheckard. Double plays: Kllng to Evers; Altrock to Donolvue to Sullivan. Struck out: By Altrock, 2; by Browa. 6. Passed ball: Kling. First base on balls: On Altrock. 1; off Brown, 2. Time; is;. Umpires: O'Lnughlln and Johnstone. At tendance: 18,330. Offer from Home of Chaser, FRESNO. Cal., Oct. 12.-The following telegram waa sent today on behalf of the business men In the home city of FYank Chance, manager of the Chicago National league team: "(lurry Herrmann, president of the Na tional base ball commission. Cincinnati, O. : 'Fresno will give MS.0M0, guarantee 40,000 spectators and aur.ahlne for deciding game, of the World's aeries. ' MIKE FISHER." , NOT READY TO QUIT (Continued from first Page.) the provisional government as part of the rr public of Ci.ba." The statement further says: While the fact that the majority -t f tno residents of the Isle of Pines are Amer icans may call for exceptional provisions respecting provincial and municipal gov ernment, any of the three bases mentioned In the Isle of Pines association communi .ntlort. Involving the separation of the Isle from Cuba, la wholly Inadmissible, as It would be a violation of the sacred trust Imposed upon the provisional government to preserve the Interests of Cuba Intact during the Incumbency of that government. Mr. Taft has ordered one officer and twenty-five marines to the Isle of Pines, ex plaining that he does not anticipate any trouble there, but that the marines are sent to promote a feeling of security. DEATH RECORD. Simon Elsmnn. ST. LOUIS. Oct. 13.-(8peclal.)-8lnion Elaman, formerly a well known merchant of Council .Bluffs, la.. Is dead in this city. riles Cored la to 14 Dots. Paso Ointment is guaranteed to cure any wi ji'.-uiiig-, nunn, deeoing or frotrua. Ing Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded, K)c. Bnrllnston'e Annual Report. CHICAGO, Oct. 12. The annual report of the Chicago, Burlington and Qulnry road. Just Issued, for the fiscal year ended June so, snows total stops earnings of 74,4A2,II. leaving net earnings of 22.6a,02!. After the deduction or taxes th net income 20.ivW.139. The total amount to the cred t of sinking funds June 30, 115. was $34..V9, 979. This amount waa Increased during the last fiscal year by tl. 497,340. Poisoned Children Recover. FINDLAT, O.. Oct. 12. All of the four teen children of the Orphans' home who were poisoned last night, supposedly bv drinking milk, have recovered except two. who are pronourced In a serious condition today. An Investigation is being held. BLOODHOUNDS FOR BRUTES (Continued from First Page.) resentatlve business men, who are heartily In accord with my plan, and I hope to have a couple of first-class bloodhounds as an adjunct to the police department within the next thirty days." v The chief said he has not lost hope of eventually capturing the murderer of Miss Rummelhart, but at present they have no clues of any Importance, but they will keep on working night and day In the hope of unraveling the mystery and bringing the miscreant to justice. ' " III I 111 XX II rfX Girls Coats cser:iMT ia4) ri.atAMacok Saturday Morning The Selling Event of the Season An Unprecedented display of W00LTEX Girls' Coats Open doors Saturday morning on what we're confident to claim is the greatest showing of Children's Coats ever pre sented to the mothers of Omaha. . The styles will catch you firsteach is a distinct type, a miniature "WOOLTEX, as carefully designed as any women's garments in this world-famous line. . But go deeper note the materials. Nothing but pure wool, pure by acid test, enters a WOOLTEX garment. That means warmth and wear all winter long just as shapely and fit at the season's end as now. And deeper still look at the workmanship. Silk stitching everywhere, satin yokes, flannel reinforced, proof against the wintry winds. Then the cut so full and generous no tailor would offer to equal it. Popular prioecs rule your choice for girls from 6 to 16 at from $8.90 to $20.00. COME SATURDAY MORNING Furs Furs This will be the "Girls Own Store S&.tirdQ.y BENSON tÞES j 1515 Douglas Street Ask to see the new styles in Furs KANSAS CITYHAS A DAY Prise Winners at Royal American I. Ire Stock Show Are on Parade. KANSAS CITY, Oct. 12. Today waa Kansas City day at the American Royal Live Stock show, and the fact was suf ficient to renew Interest in the how and keep up the attendance which has aver aged 14,000 persons dally since the open ing. The feature today was a parade, of all prize winners in both cattle and horse departments. Tonight there will be an other exhibition to accommodate the great crowds. No prizes will be given. The following awards were made today: In Hereford. Carglll ' McMillan, La Crosse, Wis., won first for calf herd, also Meadow Parte special cup for grand cham pion herd, and firsts for best pair heifer calves, best pair bull calves ana best two animals from one cow. Other Heret'orda firsts wfTe: Best pair of. calves, bull and heifer G. H. Iloxle. Thornton, 111. Four animals, get of one sire W. S. Van Natta & Sn In the- Aberdeen-Angus division, W. J. Miller, Newton, la., won these firsts: Sweepstakes, steer or heifer, any age; steer or heifer, t years old and under 3; steer or heifer, 1 year old; bene steer or heifer under 1 year old; best steer or heifer under 3 years; best steer, pure bred or grade, any age: t J. Off. Peoria, III., won first on Aberdeen-Angus steer or heifer, 1 year old Hnd under t. with Protidfellow. In Galloways. C. K. Clarke, St. Cloud, Minn., won these firsts: Two animals, either sex, any age. get of one cow; best pair heifer calves, bred by an exhibitor; best pair bull calves; best pslr calves, bull and heifer; four animals, cither sex, get of one sire. Other Galloways firsts were: Best grade freer or heifer over IS months old, O. W. Lindsay, Red Cloud. Neb., on Gray Ram bler; grand championship steer and be, grade steer or heifer under lit months old, F. P. Wild. Cowglll. Mo., or. Bluster. In shorthorna. Bellows Brotlieis, Mary ville, Mo., won the three flrstn: Best herd, best pair heifer calves bred by an exh.b Itor. V. K. Clarke won these firsts on short horns: Two animals, either srx. produce of one cow; four animals, pet of one nice. Other shorthorn first wert : Steer, Spayed or Martin heifers, 1 year old 8. C Hannn. Kavenna. O., on Cn plain Primrose; bet pair male ami female under 1 year old, K. W. Harding; shorthorns, sle-r. Spayed or Martin lieirer, 1 years old, J. It. Peakson. In. shire horses Robert lliirgHS & Sons, Wcmina, III., won these firsts: Stallion. D-yenr-old prime Minister; best imported stallion, Lyinm Jumbo. Other horse awards were: Hackneys, four animals, any age, get of one dam, Truman's Pioneer stud farm, Bushnell. III., on Bushnell Duchess. Percherona, best American bred stallion, Robert Burgestt & Srn, Wenonn, 111., on lloget. Six-horse teams to wagons. Armour's Chi cago team. TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 931 SATURDAY will mark an epoch In the- Daylight Department Store. The tires will be lighted In onr mammoth boilers and steam lot on to make every body comfortable. SPECIAL BARGAIN SALES will be made every hour in the day and for those who cannot get out during the day a three-hour Bale will be made FROM 7 TO 10 IN THE EVENING. HAT Lit DAY MUHT, 7 TO 10 Tony Plaid Belts, large Metal Buckles, worth "C 50c, for J HATl l( DAY MUHT, 7 TO Ladles' heavy fleeced Union Suits, our C5c quality 4 r for T DC HATLKDAY MUHT, 7 TO 10 One hundred Ladles' Real Lace Collars, values rn $1.25 and $1.50, at. . . IUC SATURDAY NIGHT. Fine Embroidered Handkerchiefs. . . . TO 1 2c SATURDAY NIGHT, 7 TO 10 An Immense lot of new ladies' Face Veilings, black, white and colors, worth i 2oc. for 1UC SATURDAY .MUHT, 7 TO 1( Heavy Cotton Blankets, gray white and tan. A pair SATURDAY MUHT, 7 TO 10 Ladles' fine black Petticoats, deep ruffles, worth 75c, for. JJG HATl RDAY MUHT. 7 TO 10 Fine Comfort and Kimono Challles, only ...Sic SATURDAY NIGHT, 7 TO 10 36-inch Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale Muslin, IS yards to each customer 6ic SATURDAY NIGHT, 7 TO 1 Black Dress Goods. Chiffon, Batiste a soft clinging ma terial for dressy gowns f $1.00 quality OJC SATURDAY NIGHT. 7 TO 10 Ladies' Neck Furs, in stocks, scarfs und boas, natural and blended squirrel, river mink, sable and Isabella fox and opossum; reguar price $6.60 to $7.90 all J SATURDAY MUHT, 7 TO lO One hundred Ladies' Dollar Hats In millinery 1Q department SATURDAY NIGHT, 7 TO 10 Our first great offer of Men's four-in-hand Ties, full width, new styles, worth 50c, for Z3C SATURDAY' NIGHT, 7 TO 10 Men's Half Hose, fine fast black, inaco cotton, seamless, 26c Quality 12c Sale of Ladies Sample Shoes SATURDAY MORNING our spot cash purchase of a manufacturer's full line of Ladies Shoes e will be put on sale- $3.50 to $5.00 shoes for at. r. 9c 75c Shaded Grape at f l.OO Fancy Amber Hatpins at OSTRICH PLUMES AT HALF PRICK SATURDAY. A CHILD CAN BUY AS CHEAP AS A MAN IN THE NEW DAY LIGHT DEPARTMENT STORE. I FIRE RECORD Sparks from Engine Stnrt Things. ARAPAHOE. Neb., Oct. U-lSpeclal Tel e gram.) An extra train west this after noon not only set fire to some hay and pri vate stock yards at thia place, but also burned the large wind mill at the water tank, property of the railroad company. Before arriving at Holbrook two care were discovered on fire and were burned. One car waa empty and the other contained company timber for repairs. All was a total loss. rhlrnaro Resort. CHICAGO, Oct. li A fire broke out to day In the suburb of Lake Bluff, situated on the shore of Lake Michigan, thirty-live mllea north of this city. A large frame hotel, known as the Lake Bluff Villa, was burned to the ground, and a number of summer cottages also were destroyed. The total damage will not exceed l-S.OOO. Alabnutn Training; School. NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Oct., 12. A dispatch from Hunuvllle, Ala., sayo the main build ing of Oak wood Manual training school near here waa destroyed by fire this morn ing. One student was burned to death. The purpose of the school Is to educate the colored race. Cornell I nlversltf t'ollrac ITHACA. N. Y.. Oct. U.-Sibley college. Cornell university, was damaged by fir today to the extent of $5,000. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggist refund money If It falls to cuts. E. W. Crovs s signature Is on each e-ox. iia. FORECAST OF THE WEATHER Fair anal Color In Mebraskn Todny Fnlr In Iowa, Warmer In Fast Portion. WASHINGTON. Oct. 13. Forecast of the weather for Saturday and Sunday: For Nebraska and Kansas Fair and colder Saturday; Sunday, fair, colder Sun day In east portion. For Iowa and Missouri Fair Saturday, warmer in cast portion; Sunday, showers and cooler. For Wyoming r air Saturday and Sunday, For Colorado Showers and cooler Satur day; Sunday fair. For South Dakota Showera and colder Saturday; Sunday fair. Mr. Dnvls Better. NEW YORK. Oct. 12. Mrs. Jrffereon Davis was reported to be somewhat Im proved today. t "CLHANL1NE,SS" Is the watchword for health and rigo:, coin fort and beauty. Mankind is learning not only the necessity but the luxury of clean liness. SAPOLIO, which has wrought such changes in the borne, announces net S'ster triumph HAND SAPOLIO 'OR TOILET AND BATH Ik special soap which energiiet the whol body, starts ibe circulaticn and leaves as xhilariting glo-. 4 II rivers and Jrmgfiilt SOMETHING VERY NEW AND NOBBY IN 18 AND 12-BLTTON GLOVES. Very swagger, 12 and 16-button Real English Kid Gloves, silk lined; Genuine Mochas, in gray and blacks, unlined; unlined P. K. Gloves, Sir.1?--T1". rff-Vl"s. 7 JV!!1: 3.50 and 4.00 SPECttAL SALE OF LADIES' FINK NECKWEAR. 1,000 pieces of the very daintiest Neckwear, In fine linen lawn turnover sets, plain white collar and cuff seta with pretty embroidered and hemstitched edges; every piece a gem in the neckwear world; OUR KID GLOVE DEPARTMENT. We are sole agents for Omaha for the following celebrated Kid Gloves every pair fitted and warranted the most up-to-date glove department in Omaha: Ixlla Fine French glove made by Reynier pair il.00 Virginia Fine French kid glove pair 91.80 Reynier The best made- pair 92.00 SATURDAY WILL BE FUR DAY IN THE NEW DEPARTMENT STORE. TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF FURS WILL BE ON SALE ON OUR SECOND FLOOR. LADIES' FUR COATS AND BLOUSES In blended coney, near seal, natural and blended squirrel, astrakhan, southern beaver, Alaska beaver, Canadian Otter, mink, marten and Alaska seal. LADIES' NECK SCARFS Storm collars and boaa, In every known class of furs. THE FUR PRICES SATURDAY WILL BE SPECIAL. Startling Millinery Bargains That Should Crowd Our Millinery Department AH Day Saturday. Copies of Paris and New York Patterns Hats Worth up to $10.00 Saturday 92.0O Hand Made Silk, Velvet Trimmed Street Hats Saturday 80c Velvet and Cloth Caps-'J C at ?C 25c Bunches Violet 5.00 8 69c I 39c I 29c I -'L I PARKER'S HAIR BAL8AM ' f rriiaiiilM a luiuunl froth. Vails to BMtor Otmr WiA 'T lr ? Toutiirul Color. '7ir-fi Car iTp di,e kJrhlUiu. J7i Yj .aiia'tl'"t PniirlM AMCsKMUVrs. .' I Me Chesapeake 1510 Howard St. The Only Popular-Priced Restaurant in the City BOYD'S' Weoa-warsl A Burgssa, Managers- This Afternoon Tonight Clay Clement Xa the Xlstorlo Drama HAM HOTSTOW. naday, Monday and Tuesday Special Tuesday Matinee. SOUSA'S NEW OPERA liisFree Lance With Jos. Oawtbora Company of 100. Comlnf wnLUM OOUIXB. BUR WOOD 1 "vjy.T" Thia Afternoon Toalahl IU WOODWUD STOCK CO. in Tata wxra. Prices: Nlshta. Sunday Mata, 10-lgc-; Tuesday, Thursday. Bat. Mats , 10-u. Next Week, "Held by the linemy." Same capacity bustnssa. CfltlOHTOM 'Phone Douglas 494. MODERN VAUDEVILLE . MATINEE TODAY . NOTE Cl'RTAIN AT :16 SHARF -TONIGHT P-RICEH-100. 26c. fr.. I KR UG THEATER Toaif-ht ails. Matinee Saturday The Oreat Melodramatic 8uri: T MOOHHOmi SAUaXTSM Saaeay The MarrUffe of Kitty!