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THir OMAHA DAILY DEEi THURSDAY, MAY
Genuine Yoga Silks, regular price 59c, at per yard 25 C
An exquisite Summer dress fabric. Yon Mlks are the very height of fashion in wash" ma
terials. Beautiful silk lustre; included in the assortment are dainty stripes, pretty plaids,
also the popular plain shades, brown, reseda, navy, pink and cream. You must see these
poods to know their loveliness. Many of the patterns are confined to Thompson, Belden
& Co. in Omaha, and have been sold by us at 50? per yard. Thursday we shall place on
sale the entire line at l25c per yard. An excellent opportunity to secure one of fashion's
newest fabrics at a low price. Main Floor.
See the "M" Waist at Our
Infants' Wear Department
The "M" Waist pnsBf-ssos all the
merit! of any knit waist, and In ad
dition hsa io many doslrahle now fea
tures that It msk-s InMant .lpneal to
every hiother who la looking for the
This garment Is Indorsed bv physl
ral culture experts and mill"al spe
cialists. Made In two different
Prices are 15c and J5c each.
Special Wai3t Sale Thursday
Seventy-five dainty white lawn
waists from our own regular stork,
which have become a little mussed
and soiled, will be sold at $1.25 for
11.00 for 13.25 waists.
11.00 for $1.50 waists.
Howard Cor. Sixteenth Street
liberty men to make sure that they carry
ashore no Weapons.
In the absence of an explanation to the
contrary It Is believed at the Nnvy depart
ment that either Ensign Hrlsbln got Into
trouble through Interfering In behalf of
his men when they were asiHiilted, or that
the sailors became Involved through at
tempting to succor their officer when he
had fallen Into the hands of the police.
Report from Magoon Withheld.
Secretary Taft lnte tonlnht received a
cablegram from Governor Ma goon regard
ing the attaok on the American sailors at
Santiago yesterday. The provision!) 1 sov
ernor la unable to throw much llRht on the
affair, but Informs the secretary of war
that he Is making a thorough investigation
and wlil later submit a report. For fear
that Governor Magoon's messnge may be
Interpreted and cause criticism of certain
kfflclals before all the facts are known
Jecretary Taft refuses to make It public.
flreaorj- Una it Dig Time.
OREdORY, R. I).. May 1. (Special Tel
egram.) The May day banquet given In
honor of Governor Crawford was a grand
affair. Two hundred of Gregory county's
cltlsens paid honor to his presence. The
celebration waa attended by 5,000 people
from all over this part of the country,
the day being an ideal one and everyone
njoyed the occasion to the fullest. Gov
ernor Crawford delivered an address of
txtra Interest. The sports consisted of
kali playing and wild west, such as roping
wild steers, riding wild bronchos, throw
trig the lariat and various other sports.
Parmer Killed la Well.
P1ERRH. 8. r.. May 1. (Special Tele
rram.) Arthur Cowan a farmer residing
Jhe Task identifies Hie food;
i .pV'P"i . 'V " -.t -X-- .if-; ?U mttuctcwwcn.. II i'Y
L In t&K&.-i. L.
It tooV ten years to perfect the rlelicious flavor and dainty crippness in tke real
Toasted Corn Flakes. Ten years mind you 1
And not 81 flake was placed on the market until tOC were satisfied that it was perfect.
The public quickly snowed its appreciation. It was suck a delightful change from,
tne tasteless, insipid breakfast foods.
So tne demand became enormous widespread. Our mills were soon overtaxed.
We ran far bekind our orders. Never before bad a food gained eucb popularity in
so snort a time. t
Tbcn came tbe ever-waiting imitator. In the space of a few weeks tbe market
was flooded witb miserable counterfeits.
Being wbolly unable
called their worthless products Just as good Corn t lakes.
outright, tor unfortunately the law does not prevent.
But tbere are ways by wbicb you can be absolutely certain of getting tbe genuine.
Tbey may fool you once by tbe name; tbey may fool you by tbe package; but tbey
Cannot tool you in tbe taste after you once eat tbe original product. And remember
THE SIGNATURE OF
BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO.,
(gatJt jrsMi woeid bavs Uta Simmies, turn
Tele-plicae fronflat 611 KeacJiM Ail TpartBi9ta.
Separate Skirts .
We are now showing; the arreatest
assortment of beautiful new skirts
ever shown In Omaha. Styles of our
own, and at less price than the com
mon ones shown by other stores.
See our skirts at $10.50. $12.60, $16
In silk at $9.50 to $18.00. Stylish
coats In white serge at $8.50 and
$7.30. Covert Coats at $7.50 to $15.
Travelling Coats at $16.50.
Special Sale on Ruffled
Inexpensive and dainty Bdroorn
Curtains. Throw away your old ones
When you can buy new Curtains at
,)rlres like these:
near Harrold, was killed In a well List
evening, lie was usHixting In dlgqjng out
a well and went down to cleur out the ma
terial loosened by a blast and, feeling him
self being overcome by gas, asked to be
drawn cut, catching the rope for that
purpose.. His companions at the top had
drawn him up alxiut thirty ftct when his
hold gave way and he dropped, striking on
his head and breaking hla neck.
BALLOON TRIP IS A FAILURE
Aeronant Come Donn Xenr Oalcondn,
111., After Ilelnar Driven About
by Shirtlnar Currents.
OOKCONPA, 111.. May. 1. Captain C.
P'F. Chandler. United States signal serv
ice, and J. C. McCoy of New York failed to
break the long distance balloon record and
to win the l.ahm cup. The balloon, which
left St. Louts at 7:20 Tuesday evening,
landed five miles north of Golconda at 2:30
this afternoon. To have won the I.ahm
cup the balloon would have had to go more
than 402 miles. Golconda is only 130
miles from St. Louis. Changeable nir cur
rents demonstrated to the aeromuts that
they could not win the cup and for that
reason they made the landing near here.
The balloon was brought to Golconda In
wogons. McCoy goes with it from here to
New York, while Captain Chnndler goes
Captoin Chandler made the trip for the
purpose of making balloon observations
for the I'nlted States army. He and Mc
Coy, upon leaving St. Louis, hoped thnt
the winds would carry them toward Wash
ington, D. C, but the balloon took a south
erly course Immediately upon leaving the
to reproduce tbe flavor, tbe pirates
40c RuTfled Swiss Curtains at 19e r
45c Ruffled Swiss Curtains at Z9c a
Sdc Ruffled Rwlss Curtains at 43c a
75c Ruffled Pwlss Curtains at B8o a
90c and $1 Ruffled Swiss Curtains
it 6e a pair.
$1.25 and $1.30 Ruffled Swiss Cur
tains at 98c a pair.
$1.60 Ruffled Swiss Curtains at
$1.19 a pair.
$1.75 Ruffled SwIbs Curtains at
$1.89 a pair.
$2.00 Ruffled Swiss Curtains at
$1.4$ a pair.
Extension Curtain Rods with fancy
ends and brackets complete st 5c each
Bargain Square in Basement
Remnants of $6-lnch SllkHlfies at,
per yard ................... ...,lo
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
ground. It crossed the Mississippi river
and continued southward near th? river
some distance when it was driven back
into Missouri. It then continued south
until near the Arkansas line.
At 12 o'clock, noon, today, the balloon
hovered over Cape Girardeau, Mo. A west
wind there took It across to Illinois.
Just before crossing the river the drag
rope struck a tree, impeding the progress
of the balloon. Ballast was thrown ,out
and the balloon rose to an altitude of two
miles. The sun came out and It went still
higher. It continued east Into Indiana.
Here an east wind struck the balloon,
driving it Into the clouds. Emerging from
the clouds the aeronauts found themselves
over the Ohio river near Golconda. They
decided to descend.'
The balloon wns in the air about nine
teen hours. Provisions had been taken for
a thlrty-slx-hour trip, and the aeronauts
could have remained In the ejt forty-eight
hours, liad they been making In one di
rection they would have remained' up at
least thirty-six hours. Golconda Is in
Pope county, Illinois, on the Ohio ttver.
It Is 162 miles by railroad from St. Louis
and about 130 miles In a direct line.
Mtn Move la Tate Case,
CHICAGO, May 1 The petition for a
writ of habeas corpus by which it wus
sought to lelease Fiddle Tate, who waa ar
rested here Saturday charged with com
plicity in the burglarising of the safe of
the Poorla school board, was withdrawn
today In tho superior court, . Attorney Her
bert Cowdrey appenred before Judge Smith
and asked permission to withdraw the pe
tition without prejudice. After the petition
w hs dismissed A(torney Cov Urpy said that
efforts would be made to have a second
petition Issued which will be directed
8galnst the sheriff of Cook county instead
of Chief of Police Bhlppy, aa was the first
juggled witb tbe title
Others stole tbe
Battle. Creek, Mich.
MAY DAY RIOTS IN PARIS
Twenty Fenosi Iajnrcd tod Cas Tlsissad
Arrttta Art Maae.
SHOTS FIRED FROM TOP OF OMNIBUS
Satarallsed Americas Rtarta Dlatasb-
nce y Shootlna Two Soldiers
-Crswi Tries to Irch
rARIS, May 1. The expectation that Mar
day M-otild pass off without violence was
not realised. The idr began calm, but
toward evening In the working Renter In
the vicinity of the trades unions' head
quarters became the scene of serious dis
turbances. In which many persons were
The precautions taken by the authori
ties and tl stern determination to repress
disorders, however, brought tranquillity be
fore midnight. Over a thousand arrests
were made during the day, twenty persons
badly Injured and a great number of others
are suffering from contusions or from being
During thfij,fternoon Jacob Ij w, a Rus
sian, who is a naturalised American, from
the top of an omnibus passing the Pla-e
de hi Republlque, fired Ave shots, by which
two culrraeslers were wounded. The crowd
attempted to lynch Law, who was dragged
from tho omnibus. He was rescued by the
police after he had been severely beaten.
Police Charge Crowd.
After a meeting at the T,abor exchange
6, 0)0 men proceeded to tho .headquarters
of the labor federation, hooting the police
meanwhile. Charges were made by th
police and a woman fired, the bullet strik
ing a member of the bicycle patrol. The
squad of police drew their sabres and re
volvers and a lively melee followed, lasting
half an hour. The police pressed the crowd
to the banks of St. Patten's canal, during
which 200 arrests were made and many
In the Place de la Republlque the police
while arresting rioters were surrounded by
a threatening crowd which attempted to
rescue .those taken Into custody. Sabres
were used freely, but finding their position
perilous the police fired in the air. A fur
ther detachment came on the scene at
double quick time, and with drawn sabres
chnrged and dispersed the crowd. Many
persons were Injured and many placed
Dispatches received, at the ministry of
the' Interior report cAlm everywhere In the
provinces, the May day demonstration be
ing' confined to meetings and processions,
singing revolutionary songs.
Orderly Da? In derma ay.
BERLIN, May 1. Throughout Oermany
May day was Celebrated with varying de
grees of enthusiasm. In some towns there
were many celebrants owing to local
conditions, like strikes or lockouts. Else
where the day was observed less generally
than ever before. In Berlin the celebration
was rather extensive owing to the strike of
the wood workers, whloh has lasted three
months and a strong strike movement
among the bricklayers.
pighty assemblages of socialists were
announced to take place In Berlin and its
suburbs and the police had to close the
doors of five halls owing to overcrowding.
At all the meetings resolutions In favor
of an eight-hour day, urging that children
under 14 years of age be not allowed to
work In factories, etc.. and demanding an
extension of the political and economic
rights of the laboring people were adopted.
Hnxlness taspended In .Warsaw.
. WARSAAV, May 1. The general striks
ordered for May day here resulted in a
complete tleup of business and raffle,, ffo
meat nor bread was obtainable, no street
cars appeared on the street, no papers, were
printed and stores were closed. . Warsaw
today Is practically a military camp. The
strong patrols of cavalry and Infantry In
the streets In the morning early scattered
the crowds which attempted to congregate
and prevented any disturbance.
' Job a Rnrns Criticised.
LONDON. May' 1. The laboritea cele
brated May day In Ixmdon with demon
strations and processions en the Thames
embankment and elsewhere. The demon
strations were orderly. A noteworthy in
cident of the day was the rather strong
tone of the criticisms of the policy , of
John Burns since he became a minister,
mainly the complaints made of hla lack
of sympathy for the unemployed.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Considerable Increase la Noted ta
the Marketla Of
CINCINNATI. May 1. (Special Tele
gram.) Price Current says: The tendency
to increase offerings of hogs has continued.
Total western packing waa SZ.OOO, against
ttC.OJO the preceding week and 476,000 last
year. Since March 1 tbe total Is 4,175,000,
against 8.MC.0U0 a year age. Prominent
places compare aa follows!
Chicago WS.0-10 8S3.000
Kansas City &S6.000 606.WO
South Omaha -....to.OW 8W.010
St. Louis JK7,W n.(XO
st. Joseph m.ev m.ooo
Indianapolis B&.0U) IW.OfO
Milwaukee -...171.000 113.000
Cincinnati 101.00 M.r
Ottumwa 8F.0O0 74.000
Cedar Rapids KU TS.Ofl
Sioux City l7.wa IM-OK)
St. Paul 146.0) 14.0u0
Cleveland llA.OuO 106,000
COREY - GILLMAN WEDDING
Aetreas and Steel Traat President
Will Be Married la Nw
York, Mar 1
NEW TORK, May 1. Miss Mabelle Olll
rr.an, who arrived here from Paris on the
Kaiser Wllhelm der Orosse, said when seen
concerning her reported marriage to Wil
liam K. Corey, president of the United
States Steel corporation: "I must refuse
to discuss my personal affairs. However
Important you may regard It for me to
gratify the curiosity of inquiring friends
and strangers. I am afraid I cannot share
you,r view. But I will so far depart from
thla resolution to say that Mr. Corey and
I will be married in this city on May IS
and both Mr. Corey's family and mine
will be present That la all."
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Coatraeta Awarded for Work on
Bell Foareaa Irrigation
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, May 1. (Special Tele
gram.) The secretary of the Interior has
awarded the contract to J. EX Hilton of
Belle Fourche, 8. D-. for tbe construction
of sections 7 and 8 of the south canal of
the Belle Fourche irrigation., project at his
bid of $4,0O0.
Postmaster appointed: Nebraska Him
Creek. Buffalo county, Mark J. J on en, vice
C. A. Willi resigned; Ptioenix. Holt
county. George Byfle, vice L O. Onburn,
resigned. Iowa Clemons. Marshall county,
Calvin Dlckann, vice A. Tucker, resigned.
Tasks Hela far Kllllac
PI&RHia 8. D., May L-W Special Tele
gratni.) Juxuce Walters of Stanley county
toriay completed the ' preliminary hearing
In the case, of which U. A. Tusha Is charged
with being the causa of the death of
Clyde Whiting by placing dynamite In his
stove. Th hearing has taken two days
and the defendant has been bound over
to the circuit court.
NEBRASKA FR0MDAY TO DAY
Qaalat aad Carinas Featarea of Life
la a Rapidly Orswlag
Now that the most optimistic admit thnt
early fruit Is killed, the frost line may re
treat to Medicine Hat
Joy In Frospeet Oolden eloquence and
silver tongues will arrive In Norfolk Mon
day evening. It will be bankers' day In
town. Norfolk News.
Judging by the number of printers
wanted In the state, newspaper publishers
have full confidence In a continuation of
the present days of prosperity.
The Nebraska farmer with "ninety-day"
seed corn to sell this spring has a chance
to make money not excelled In agriculture
since Joseph ran a corner on grain In
That Plattsmouth woman who demon
strated her ability to secure A licence for
a saloon where her husband had fulled can
be called "the better half" without uaa of
Nebraska City's threat to boycott a rail
road unless a new depot Is built this year
Is evidence that the acta of the last legis
lature are) not considered "confiscatory" In
Trouble at Crofton Pete Malone and
Roinsh caught the editor and spanked him
after the paper came out last week. Darn
their pictures, well have to roast them
yet Crofton Journal.
Girl's Advice to Girls Girls, when you are
out driving with a gentleman friend and
he buckles the lines together, keep your
eye open, there are breakers ahead. Annie
Vlo dates In Auburn Granger.
Law Enforcement at Walthlll Marshal
Bert Carter went a round with a drunk
man yesterday morning. The drunk man
got sorry, near the finish of the round and
wished he hadn't started It. It doesn't pay j
to fool with the business end of the law. 1
A stranger visited Holdrege and sold !
"dandelion exterminator" by the barrel. !
It waa guaranteed to kill the weeds and .'
help the grass; but when the purchasers
found the exterminator was nothing but
coal ashes there was a "raid" on the
stranger, who refunded some money, but
kept enough to pay hla fare to the next
Green bug eats the wheat blade.
Frost destroys the fruit.
Cholera Is killing hogs.
Corn seed will not shoot
Grain and stock on market,
Quality the best.
Everyone Is smiling
In the fertile west
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Prtlr Cloady and Colder la Nebraska
Today ProbnMr Rsls In "
WASHINGTON. May 1. Forecast of the
weather for Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska Partly cloudy , and colder
Thursday, probably .rain In north portion;
Friday fair and warmer.
For Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday, possi
bly showers In northwest portion, colder on
west; Friday fair, colder In southeast.
For Kansas Generally fair Thursday and
For Dakota Rain or snow and colder
Thursday; Friday fair and warmer.
For Missouri Fair and warmer Thursday; .
Friday fair, cooler In north portion.
For Colorado and Wyoming Partly
cloudy Thursday and Friday.
mmifESP TiIEE,A.THER BUREAU. !
OMAHA. Vayt 1. Offlc a recorrl ,.f
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of th. Iut tk...
'.ear: 1907. 1806. 1906. 1904
Maximum temperature.... 67 71 84 75
Minimum temperature.... 87 53 64 t9
Mean temnerntur at a ct
Precipitation no .45 T .00
temperature and precipitation departuros
from the nnrninl at rtmuho .1... .. l ,
and comparison with the last two years:
a-. mi iubi iriiifjri lure. ...........,.,.......,07
Deficiency for the day .'in
Totnl evreSN nlnre Marph 1 4
Normal precipitation .'. ".IS "inch
ienciencv lor me day IK Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 1. SO Inches
Deficiency since March 1 1.16 inches
Excess for cor. period in 196 1.1H Inches
Deficiency for cor. period In 1908.. .63 inch
Reports from Stations at T P, H,
Station and State Temp. Max. Rain-
of Weather. I p. n. Temp. fall.
Bismarck, snowing 14 66 .04
Cheyenne, part cloudy 38 52 T
Chicago, clear 44 46 .M
Davenport, cloudy 62 M .09
Denver, clear , 48 64 .'
Huron, clear Si 4 .0
Kansas City, clear 64 M .09
T ,1 .. . . - I 1 . . .
.ui ui riai, i;itr ,. tro 04 .vt
rumaha, clear .. 66 67 .00
Rapid City, cloudy 44 80 .00
Ht I-oiils, clear 62 M .00
St, Paul,- clear 68 00 .00
Bait Dake City, part cloudy 68 82 . 01
Valentine, clear SO 62 .00
Wllllaton, part .cloudy 32 3s 01
T indicates trace of precipitation.
U A. WCLiSH. Local Forecaster.
Let the diet consist of foods
that are nutritious.
WHEAT FLAKE CELEXIY
is made by a physician and chem
ist und leader of the world in
pure food products. Its daily
use helps to regulate the bowels.
to cents a package.
Fo sala by all Gro iters if
jl llWe make a specialty of crown
J Aand bridgework. This is with
out a doubt tbe moat beautiful and
lasting method of inserting teeth, with
Crowns. 22K 95.00
Bridgework. per tooth ......$5.00
TAFTS DENTAL ROOMS
Ult Uuualaa fiuaat.
i . I Mbv e'aavav w "W Tv I I
? FOKMEHtV iff W lA. B lJ fORMEKLY K
n.iisconnD JJ Wor n.ii
15 IO DOUGIAS ST.
300 Coats "','0h
0i Sale Thursday at
Everyone will appreciate the wonderful
coat bargains that we offer for Thursday.
The sale embraces 300 garments made of
all wool covert cloth black broadcloth
fancy mixtures and cravenette cloth .in
three-quarter lengths and short jacket
styles some are fitted some are box
backs and othere are pony coat effects
either lined with good satin or unlined.
All Are On Sale in Two Lots:
Up to $10.00 Values Up to $17.50 Values
OMAJtA'S FVBB FOOD CEITII
Courtiiey'a have always been
characterized for their Prompt
Delivery Service, and are now bet
ter equipped than ever, with the
addition of new wagons that make
our Delivery service wen nign y
complete. uur new ouuuruau a
Wagon facilitates the deliveries
This wagon makes
Dundee every morning.
Council Bluffs, Monday
South Omaha, Tuesday and Frl- Ej
Florence, Wednesday afternoon.
ETIPf THC uriYTir Pir.HT B
Join the Pure Food Movement. R
It begins with common sense and
ends at Courtney's. Open an ac-
cour May 1st at this Great Pure R
Food Center, that is so anxious Q
and well equipped to take care ot
your daily needs.
(tfronrtney & Go
M TaL Soaglas 647
Si Private Excnange connects all Depts.
til ICOLL'S' buyers are located in the
IM principal cloth marts of the world
and contract often for the entire out
put of a mill that means low prices.
A perfect organization of skilled cut
ters and competent tailors to look
after your order. That means perfect
Trousers $5 to $12 Salts $20 to SSO
tmUAM J ERR CM 9' SONS,
09.11 So. 15tb 8L
"Weldon Springs," a special brand
of finest Kentucky whiskey, bot
tled In bond:
Full quart bottle f 1-2.1
By the gallon $3.80
Finest California Wines, per quart
bottle, at 35c, fiOc and 75c
THE QUALITY STOHE
121 No. 16th St.
Amerlosn and European Plan
Finest Hotel on tho Great Lakes
On tbe t6g of tows, this ideal Hotel,
spacious, elegant, modern, overlooks
Lke Michigan lieacb
on two sides, while
shaded parks complete
tbe beautiful surroundings. The
city is but 10 minutes rids from the
nearby station. Many families
make this tbeir permanent home.
Tbere is always a cool breeia in
warmest weather. 450 large outside
rooms, 250 private baths, 1UO0 teet
olbrosd veranda. The table Is always
the best. ToarlMesndtrsDtlentgtwats
Cod it a delightful place to stop eo roots
and rent. Address lor handsomely
Illustrated Book let, giving lull parties,
lars, M aaarer, Cbicag o Beach Hotel,
Mt blvd. aad La. bhore, Cbicaco.
rSv i.itt ulr-tjjJn.IJfVLri.JiVLrnlinJ.4--L.g
DON'T WEAR, YOURSELF OUT
Trying to wear out your COLD or
GKIF or that mean depressed aching
DON'T BTrrXK AITOTKXB
HOWELL'S AKTI-0rP AWD COLD
CAPSULES, OZTB QUICK JsBLXET.
They renovate the whole system and
make you feel like a new person. Good
for old or young. ABSOLCTELY
HAHMLKSS. 26o a box, delivered
HOWELL DRUG CO.
16th and Capitol Ave.
FMTlr'?TS hat PROTECT-
if 3 bti for I ra ir mi tart n rtptaf IcU. tasii
lACE Wtihtnrton,0 C Cstab, 186
The Paxton Cafe
Largest and Moat Elaborate -
I f A 1
Now Serving a Special
50c Noon Day Luncheon
Quick and Efficient Service.
Is a very desirable feature In meal ser
ving at times no one wants to watt an
interminable time. Our facilities and
staff of employes permit us to guarantee
no long waits. We promise to please you.
BOYD'S Vr.r.. MCrs.
ATTTRDAT MAT. AJfD ndXT
In Clyde Fitch's Tremendous Realls
The Straight Road
TlftB AJTTEBUrOOir TOITIOKT
Why Smith Left Home
MATnrZX SATURDAY ,
Next Week TUB aDTSHTVUI
Or LAST UMUU.
Every Mlgut atatlaees, Taur Bat., Sua.
rRICES-XOc. J6c, 60c
TOVIOHT 8:15 MAT, SATTTKOAT
The Massive HcmjiIo Production
Cn the Bridge at Micntghl
BT7KSAT TXX COW rTsTCHEB.
Lyric Theater f1"S;,0'
hvte:ia" RUTH GREY
Mats., Tues., Thura. Bat. Prices, mats..
&o; nichta. i-tbe.
VINTON ST. PARK
OMAHA vs, PUEBLO
Apr. 29 and 30. May1and2
GAMES CALLED 3:45 P. &