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TTTE OMATTA DAILY DEE: SATURDAY, MAY -11, 1D07.
DECREASE IN WHEAT AREA
Ovtr Eleven Fsr Gent of Aorta? Bsported
Bown tut Tall it Abandons!
CONDITION 26 PER CENT 6FA0W AVERAGE
AsstiaptBHl Caaeee Droa la Prices
la CMra Market Nebraska
Crap la la Good
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1KI M'ifO.XK IHH'ULAS AIM Itl.Al IIKS ALL lKPA II TMK..NTS.
The Magnels ot These Muslin Underwear Specials
Low Prices Our Chief Attraction
Tasteful Styles, Standard Qualities and Low Prices
At 91. OO arh
Fine Nainsook Corset
Cover with tricks, trim
med with German Valen
ciennes Insertion and lace
edging, all aires to begin
At 75o each
Fine Nainsook Corset
Covers, trimmed back anil
fancy trimmed front, also
one other style, trimmed
At 08c each
rHl mod from
Fine Csmbrio Skirts
with tucked lawn flounce,
two rows of lare Insertion
and edging. . Great value.
Great Millinery Clearance Saturday at 9 a. m. '
Trimmed Hats, worth up to $10.00, at, each $2.08
It's a very simple proposition. To maintain freshness of trim
med millinery stocks, we must keep Hats from over-staying their
time. No lingerers allowed. So
We offer these choice stylish trimmed hats In black and colors,
all of this season's newest styles, worth up to $10.00, Saturday at
a. m., at $2.98 each.
The New Veils. Veilings.
Saturday Is the dny to buy Veils, and we are wrll prepared, as makers
have brought out some beautiful dealgns. A few hints:
Ths XTaweat. Pordi-red Veils, with narrow fringe and silk rufflea. Oth
ers with borders of lnco or velvet and silk ribbon. Frlces from $1.16 to
Velllnga by the yard, In all the popular shades, I5c to $1.50 yd.
flout quality Mftllne, all color, grrntly used for neck bows, SOo yd.
Nook flows, all ready madi up, Malln. 83a each. Chiffon, 40c each.
Canh'S Washar. Trimming Ilrald, guaranteed fast color. Aak to see
thorn at our Embroidery department.
Women's aauae cotton hose, black Hermadorf
dye, spliced seams, high spliced heels and double
soles, regular SSc hose, Saturday, B3o per pair, 0
t pairs for 4So.
New Tan Hosiery
Very fine quality tan saute Itale hone, double
soles, spliced heels and toes, 89c per pair.
Tan gauze hose, plain, embroidered or lac
llele. 80c per pair.
Tan or brown Bilk Hose, ft. 50 per pair.
Too Good for the Money
Come Into our Cloak Department Satur
day and say to any of our salespeople, "I want
to see thoso Sulta at 116.60, reduced from
$25.00, and over." They will know the suits
you mean are the Wooltez, as they are by far
the greatest values ever shown.
92.1.00 Suits for 916-50.
Thomson's Glove Fitting Corsets
If you want a good, durable Corset and
don't went to pay a big price, you cannot de
cide on a better make than Thomson's Glove
Fitting. We have a complete, line of this re
liable meke and will be pleased to show them
to you. Prices start at 91.00.
Jumper Suits, Made in Pan
ama and Other Stylish Ma
terials. All on Special Bale Saturday at
Half the Regular Price.
$18.00 Jumper Suits at $9.00.
$15.00 Jumper Bults at $7.60.
12.(0 Jumper Suits at $C25.
Ladies' Separata Coats, High Class
Garments, Suitable for Well
$20.00 Coats at $14.60.
$16.00 and $16.60 Coats at $10.60.
$12.60 Coats at $3.26.
The New Opera Waists.
The New Standard Waists.
The New Herald Square Waists.
Always something new for Sat
urday. Special About 100 Waists,
broken lines and sites, at spe
cially reduced prices.
Men's Shirts Correct in Style and Fit NEW
A p"orly made shirt brings discomfort pretty close to the wearer.
And a shirt not up to date in style looks well, it isn't a pleasant feollng
to realize that you have on a back number.
Safety is In the store at which you buy. At Thompson, Belden &
Co.'s a safe store for style and no high prices to pay for style plus the
name. Fast getting to be first In men's thoughts, when Shirts and Neck
wear come to mind.
Our line of $1.00 Shirts Is especially strong. There Is a vast assort
ment to choose from, light, dark, medium or plain colors, some have cuffs
attached, others detached. All made of good, washable shirtings, cut good
and full, just the way a' man likes to have a shirt. Ask to see our Special
Plain White Shirt at 11.00.
At $1.50 each, one of the newest is a light ground pleated shirt with
dainty figures of black, cuffs attached, coat Btyle, equal to a great many
$2.00 shirts. Ask to see this shirt, our price. $1.50 each.
Also a fine line of soft collar shirts, made of madras, swazzette, flan
nel, silk and linen, also silk, $1.25 to $3.50 each.
Just received, a vast assortment of Summer Neckwear, polka dots and
plaids are the favorites. Ask to see them, 60c each.
Men's Department, main floor, south aisle, use either Main or Howard
On Bargain Square in Kasemftnt
Fancy Bilk Ribbons up to 5-lnch wide, on special sale Saturday at, yd. 5
Special at Men's Depart
Saturday we will place on special
sale a line of our regular 15c Half
Hon, good assortment of patterns,
made with double sole, heel and toe,
at two pairs for 15o. Lay In your
summer's supply from these. They
are great value at this price.
Wash Goods Novelties on
Our line of new Irish I)lmttles Is
one of the finest In the land. The
new cross-barred Weaves meet with
great favor and the designs have
never been more beautiful. Frloes,
BSo, 300, 3Bo yard. See them on
rlne Eephrr Olnffhams la Hew Maid
and Checked Effects.
These will be exceedingly scarce
later on. Buy them now while you
can choose from hundreds of beauti
ful colorings..-Prices 15c, 18c, 20o,
:6c. 80c, SSc, 40c yard.
HOWARD, CORNER 16th ST.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
l-UinXT t sTi" mm
WASHINGTON. May 10. -The official crop
report. Issued today at 11 JO p. m. by the
Department of Agriculture, coveting the
period up to May 1, lW, mas as follows:
Winter wheat, condition, H.P. Area re
maining under cultivation. 28.133,000 acres.
Winter rye, condition, RS.
Meadow mowing lends, fli '
fprlng paaturea, condition, 7..
Spring ploughing, contemplated, Tl.S.
Spring planting. 47 per cent actually done
up to May 1, 1907.
The area of winter wheat remaining In
cultivation on May 1 Is 11.1 per cent, or
about 3.533.000 acres, loss than the area re
ported as sown last fall, and I per cent,
or about 1.468,000 acre, less than the area
of winter wheat reported as harvested last
The average condition of tbt growing
winter wheat crop on May 1. namely, 82.9,
Is compared In the report with 891 on
April 1, 1907: 80.8 on May 1, 10, 2.5 on
May 1. 105, and 86.8. the mean of the May
averages for the last ten years.
The average condition of meadow mowing
lands on May 1 was 83.6, against 82 on
May 1, 1908 ; 93.8 on May 1, 1906, and 80.4,
the meat of the May averages of the last
The average condition of spring pastures
on May 1 was 79.6. against 91.4 on May 1,
1906; Ml on May 1, 1906. and MX the mean
of the May averages of the last ten years.
The 47 per cent of spring planting re
ported as having been completed on May
1 Is compared with S3 per eent a year ago.
Statistics for Principal States.
The following table shows for the eleven
principal wheat states the percentage of the
acreage sown last fall under cultivation
May 1, also the averages of condition on
May 1, 1907, May 1, 1906, and the mean of the
May averages of the last ten years:
! s 3
Kansas 4 8
Indiana ...16 0
Pennsylvania ... 2.6
t.Gtt.OoO 82.0 87.0 8, 0
2,3tt.0O0 74.0 94 0 77.0
2.218.000 84.0 89.6 86.0
1.882.000 77.0 94.0 80.0
2.218,000 m.O 92.0 9S.0
3.2'.8.HO 88.0 88.0 80 0
1,018,000 92 0 M.O 88.0
1.8A8.000 79.0 89.0 84.0
803,000 72.0 93.0 88.0
80,0i'0 43.9 91.0 82.0
878.000 75.0 78.0 78.0
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Weathsr Conditions Telard Baihasi and
Fannin ta Great Extents
tBON AND STEEL MARKET ACTJVE
Backward , Seaaoa - ta Retail Trad
Affects Textile ladaetry ta Rome
Extent Leather la Steady
NEW YORK, May 1Q.-R. Q. Dun Co s.
Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
Weather conditions unseasonable almost
beyond precedent have retarded trade and
agriculture to an extent that cannot yet be
measured. Spring opened with bright pros
pects tor buslnesr, but record breaking re
sults can no longer be attained. May thus
far has brougnt complaints of cxchshIvs
oold from almost every sect)on of the coun
try and In many canes :t :s touud timt
mercantile collections havs been stow.
Krelgiu congestion n ielle.eu, ho -.., iu
iran.c Is heavy, puruy in prejmiation mr
t.t i una viniti L ..e" . c i."
with confidence. The, outlook In the lro
tu.u bteei .nuu-try uu.tr oil..i-r.
luii, . m n. ,nn. unk.. irukleu. iilLit:.! l.cV
buslr.eBS te ng In ligut luiiS ior iro..y 1 ,
: FOR TOILET AND BATH
It makes the toilet something to b en
joyed. It removes all stains and toughness,
prevents prickly heat and chafing, and
leaves the skin white, soft, healthy. In the
batb It brings a glow and exhilaration which
do common toap can equal, Imparting the
rigor ani life sensation of a mild Turkish
bath. .Aa Gnocess Axrf Druggists
The Paxtoti Cnfe
Oolslae to Flese toe Most aaUdlona.
XM BXST OT ITIBTTina TU
87XCZAX SOOS &VICXIOV.
Prices to suit all.
closely watched to allow of a proper ap
preciation of future needs of fall trade.
Other developmente of the weeK have
boen encouraging production at the maxi
duetrles current production at the maxi
mum and other Industries, particularly to
building, are being actively pushed. la
bor diHturbances are not serious except at
Bun Francisco, where business has been
brought to a complete standstill and at
New York, where nearly a general strike
of dock laborers has caused. Interruption 1
to freight. '
Higher prices for cereals, cotton ar.d other
natural products are a result of bad urop
reports and broadening speculative Interest.
Kuropean crop reports are little better ttvin
our own, nnd partly explain higher quota
tions of wheut and corn. Cotton advanced
35 polnta fur spot, W points tor hay and 60
points for July on continued favorable
crop advices and reported Improvement In
doniand for cotton goods for fall delivery.
Some of the advance In futures was shaded
later on realizing. Southern reports laid
stress on the excessive rains reported In tiie
loner Mississippi valley. i
1 1 r.ir i,rn.ln..l. r hu.i.a. tkla wuli nntlr .
tntt'S is " ""uy ,Vu.j.i.J I -,iVBnp,n -s renl. Bn.i iarrt ft nnlnl. 'while '
keeps MW a-ngiaiia lro- - 7 cents.
The augar markets are stronger, Europe
leading with hitiber prices for best grades, '
cane sugars here following and In turn
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Major Galbralth Ordered to Oaaaha
to Aot as Iaspector
and makers of agricultural Implements an
purchasing Darn riy. 1
Textile mine are sun .actively tmgaged as
a rule, but In the primnrv markets there
la some Irregularity. Cotton goods are no
cheaper, but the effect of the backward
season on retail trade Is felt In all depart
ments. The only Interest of th Jobbing
trade Is In fall goods, current needs having
been supplied, lixport trade continued fea
tureless, the only sales holng email parcel
for the Red sea. As to woolens, men s wear
orders appear lees freelv and the slow
movement Is a'so attrlbu c to the weather.
While the footwear market cannot he)
hoHlness that keens New bngi
ducers fairly well enguaed. A better tone
exists than at any recent date. Leather Is
steady and quiet, decreased production hav
ing strengthened the position of tanners.
A large saie 111 dmiihib
and a good demand exists for all oolored
kid. calf skins and side and upper leather.
Uomestlo hides advanced.
Weather report have dominated com
modity exchanges, the .net result being a
further rise in prices. Domestic statements
of Injury by Insects and cold were supple
mented by poor progress In many other na
tions, and the export demand was main
tained In the face of discouraging prices.
Better trafflo conditions and attractive quo
tations bring large arrivals of wheat at
primary markets and exports compare
favorably with last year's movement.
BRADSTBEET'S nBVlBW OF TRADE
Weather Coadlttoas A Still Key n
Baslneaa BBV.trpp Bltaatloa.
NEW TORK. May .10,-Bradstreefs to
morrow will say 1 . .
Weather conditions as for flvs weeks
past are still the key to the Irregular crop
and trade reports. Freeslng weather and
snow have hurt trade and retarded crop
preparation and growth In the northwest,
while low temperatures and heavy rains
affect distribution and cropa and Influenced
distribution In the west. .,
Despite the between seaaons period, and
the slowness of retail trade and collections,
there are. few complaints from Jobbing and
wholesale lines except that filling in or
ders are light and that retail stocks are re-
forted heavy. One explanation of this Is
hat Jobbers and wholesalers had a heavy
volume of business booked, deliveries upon
which have been slow. Demands from
wholesalers therefore have been sufficient
to keep all actively engaged. Crop and
trad developments from now on will be
Boys Very Best Clothes
DISCRIMINATING buyer a like
our Boys and Youths Clothing
they like the fit-ths style
the fabric the , workmanship and
the square-dea) prices that prevail at
THE BOYS' AND GIRLS'
College Suits Ultra
styles and fabrics In
young men's Suits for
ases 14 to 10. Flrt
pick on Saturday from
this week's arrivals.
Grays, browns, blacks,
WRITE rOR ILLVSTR ATE.O CATALOGVC
Iloys Boat Bults The
new styles of stug'.e and
Norfolk Suits, Knlckei.
bocker or knee panls
styles. In alt tha newest
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, May 10-(Speclal Tels
gram.) Major Jacob O. Galbralth, Inspec
tor general, has been ordered to Omaha
for duty as Inspector general of the De
partment of the Missouri.
Roy D. Hampton has been appointed reg
ular and Theodore T. Combs substitute
rural free delivery carrier for routs 1, at
, A postofflce has been established at Ney
McPherson county, Neb., with Solomon B.
Cloud as postmaster.
The postofflce at Kent, Loup county,
Neb.y will be discontinued May Jl.
Jacob L. Helnrlch has been appointed
postmaster at Bt. Donatus, Jackson county.
affecting refined, which la 10 points up, Iowa., vice A. E. Keyer, resigned. '
WCoK.rai:'.?Al,fow5e,rntdes,pite the activity I J-" W"hln
of blast furnaces. Anthracite coal Is ac- j ton late la Maht from New York with
tlve, but bituminous is dull. Copper la , his daughter and left for Omaha, this af-
dull, owing to the fact that when prices
Were advancing last week some large quan
tities were ottered at conclusions which in
turn deterred Kuropean demand and what
ever domestic Inquiry there was.
Business failures for the week ending
May 9 In the I'nited States number lit,
against 1U3 last week, 162 In the like week
of 11M5, lis in 1908. 201 In 19f4 and 12 In 13.
Canadian failures for the werk number
twenty as' against eighteen; last week and
twenty-eight in this week a year ago.
Wheat, Including' flour, exports from
fnlted Ptntes and Canada for the week
ending May 9, aggruguted 2,994,419 bu.,
against a,W4.VW bu. Inst week. i,Wi 012 bu.
this wek last year, 99,3t5 bu. In 19H6 and
t.307,240 bu. In 1902. For the forty-five weeks
of the fiscal yeur the exports are 146.794,904
bu., agninnt 115.74S.ilt In 19,6-Uti. t4,494
in 19o4-t and 2in.4:,273 in 1901-02.
Corn exports for the week are 1,744.800
bu., against 1.817. 6 last week. 1,574,740 a
year ago and 1,B2S,21'9 In 1905. For the fiscal
year to date exports are 63,172,737 bu.,
against loo,411,0.s3 bu. In 19oO-(W and 71,407,
Ssii bu. in 1904-05.
Jap Rose transparent toilet and bath soap
Is made from the whitest, purest and best
vegetable oils-oils that you oan eat. Mads
by Kirk sold by all druggists and grocers,
therefore, no legal standing.
Diamonds Mawhlnney Ryan Co.
United States.. .11. t 28.132,000 Ki.t 90. 86.6
The average condition of winter rye
on May 1 was 88, as compared with M on
April 1, 1907, 92 9 on May 1. 1906, M.g on May
. 1908 and 89.5, the mean of the May av-
:ages of the last ten years.
Prices Advance Qtalekly.
CHICAGO, May 10. The government crop
report declaring that the area under winter
wheat cultivation is shout 1,533,000 acres
less than reported as sown last year and
1,40,000 acres less than the area reported
as harvested last year caused ths price
of Wheat, on an already strong market, to
advance immediately K cant. Within thirty
minutes after publication of the crop re
port July wheat advanced . from tm cents
to rrfc cents.
fit traders wars slow to grasp ths full
significance of the government figures, but
when they did so general buying set In on
all sides and the pi ;e advanced strongly
and July shortly before 1 o'clock had
touched 88H cents, later going up to 8S
a natural laxative and tonic when
troubled with lassitude, depression,
Nervousness or a general run-down
condition of the system.
Nature, responds quickly, and regu
larity is established by the use of
Sold everywhere. In boxes 10c and 25.
All goods sold at Hubermann's jewelry
store guaranteed as to price and quality.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair and Warmer ta Nebraska Today,
Partly Cloady Tomorrow, Cooler
la North Portion.
WASHINGTON, May lO.-Fcrecast of the
weather for Saturday and Sunday:
For Nebraska Fair, warmer Saturday;
Sunday partly cloudy; cooler In north por
tion. For Iowa Fair, warmer Saturday; Sun
day, partly cloudy an1 warmer.
For South Dakota Fair and wanner Sat
urday; Sunday, partly cloudy, probably
showers and cooler.
nrviCE OF THE WKATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, May . Official record of tem
puiature and prrclputuion, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years; 1907. 190S. 190S. I9u4.
Maximum temperature.... 69 82 73 78
Minimum temperature.... 87 46 53 47
Mean tomperature 48 64 63 62
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .00
lm peralure and p. ecipltatloii departures ,
from the normal at Omaha since March 1, I
trd cn-nrarUnns with the last two yed!S: I
Normal temperature M
Deficiency for the day 13
Total dellcleiicy since March 1, 1907 79
Noni'ai liieciDi.fttio 1 ii mrn-a
Deficiency for the day 13 inch
Precipitation since March 1 1 91 inch
J'M-rtcIency since March 1, 1907 69 Inch
Kxcess for cor. period, lii 26 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 19u6... .83 Inch
Report tram Stations Ml T P. M.
Station and Stats Temp. Max. Rain-
01 Weather. 7 p. m. Temp, fall
RAISING A FAMILY
Is much easier If you own your own home.
The money which will go Into rent oan bs
devoted to their education and general wel
fare. If you have some money with which
to make a start, w will be pleased to aaalat
you. If you havs no money and own. no
real estate, better call and start a sinking
fund to use In a year or two In making the
first payment on the boms property. Now
Is ths time to begin.
THE CONSERVATIVE SAVINGS AND
1614 Harney Street.
Gao. F. Gllmore, Pres.
Paul W. Kuhns, Secy and Treas.
GO CART BARGAINS
w Manufacture asd Mall Sir set to Users
What's that to youT It means 20 per cent saved
besides w guarantee and keep in repair rati
all carts sold bl us. The lareest and moat com
pute lino to select from, at your own pries
Heed goods repaired and refinlahed.
Cane seat and rubber tiring.
Moved to til South Sixteenth fttrsat.
"Omaha Reed & Rattan Mfg. Co.
One and ons half blocks south of Thompson. Bel
den & Company.
ariRNAM 5TDEETS. OMAHA.
Peoples Kornltore & Carpet Co. Established 1887.
"Exceptional Credit Terms"
Is th temsrk that we hear very often from many of onr custo
mers and, especially so from the ones that have traded elsewhere
before coining to ns. Don't take our word for it, but ask your
neighbors about our methods; they know. We have been estab
lished here In Omaha for the past twenty years and are proud of
Is the kind that we extend to you; CREDIT ON A GKXlcnorS
AND I1ROAD riAN. Courtesy is a feature of our LI HE HAL
TREATMENT. Vou do not need to surrender your self-respet
or dignity when you shop here. No embarasalng questions asked
no red tape to fro throuirh. Everything Is PLKASANT, AGREE
ARLE AND CONFIDENTIAL. Why not Investigate? It pays to
trade where satisfaction la guaranteed. Credit hero is equal to
"Sincerity Clothes" SaJe
Big Price Reduc
tions This Week
Have It Charged!
Last week we could not properly
take care of all our clothing cus
tomers, but for this Saturday we
have arranged for extra help and
will promise you the very best
of attention. Men's high class
hand-tailored Sincerity suits,
specially priced for
at $16, $12.50 and.
New shipment Just received Thurs
day. We are pleased to offer
you all the latest shapes, both
soft and stiff materials. Prices
range rrora 13.00
Women's $25 Clever Tailor Made Suits,
on Sale Saturday, Special for $13.75
By Far the Best .
Values this Season
The materials are Panama.
EnglUh Mixtures, Checks and
Stripes. N Coats are pony, eton
and tight-fitting styles. The
tailoring Is distinctly high
class, the suits are faultless
in every detail and would
readily bring $25.
We have marked
them specially for
WHITE MOHAIR SKIRTS
For early summer wear; ma
terials are all first class and
are made In many attractive
atyles. All alterations free of
charge. Our regular $8.75
Bin gaie ror
only , .
$6.98 and $4.50 ready to wear
nats on sale Satur
day for $2. $8
Bee onr show windows.
W W v j s
Sponge and Chamois
Our itock of Sponges and Chamois is at
all times a lares one, comprlatng In chamois
those to sell at to to fl.00 each.
fiponge, to to 12.60 each. -J
BEE THEM IN OUR WINDOW.
Sherman & McDonnell Drug Go.
Cor. lata aad Do Its.
. ........ ,i , i . , -...r, ....... . in, !
Bismarck, cloudy 44
Cheyenne, clear 68
I'aveuport, part cloudy .... 44
1'enver, clear 70
lliivre, cloudy M
Kalnna, cloudy 4
Huron, cloudy 4t
Kanaaa C ity, clear 64
Nonn fiaite. clvar ....
HupiJ City, part cloudy
Hi. lxiil. naj't cloudy .
i Ht. 1'aul. cloitr
. halt L4k, cloudy ..
' Vuleiunib, prt cloui
W illialou, cloudy
T InUlcaita trace vt precliiltatioa.
Lu A. Wr.Ill, La;1 aieoaer,
Who is to bo Queen of Liny?
May Festival in the Streets of Paris
Auditoriuni. May 20th to June 1st, Inclusiva
Tals is the same elaborate seeato reprodaetloa of the moat famous
streets and shops ol beautiful rarta. as orlfflaaied by Mrs. rotter raimer
aod proauced witu sach phsnomtnai iucciii ta Chicago.
A "Queea ot the May" will be choaea by popular vote. The yoaaf
lady reealvlna; the moat votes will be crowaed with elaborate eeremoulaa
aaa presented with a litmlioini diamond rlBar.
The yoaiif lady atandiDS second aad third la the eonteet will be
ralaed to the rank of prlueeeaea aad revpeotively preaeated with a solid
fold bracelet and neeklaoe.
votb rua tous cuoic
Till oat this coupon, and with one eent (or each Tote, deposit either at
Beaton's. Myers BUloa or ahermaa tt MOoaaU Sruf fttores.
Seat . .
Bring- the children to sea
Tli3 Wonderful Perry Children
The Banker's Child
j g Baa Tha Ooavlot's Saofhter.
Did You lose (he Chance
To set some ot the bargains we of
fered laat week. If so. don't loae the
one we offer today and next week:
M00 Udiai' Whirling Bpray Syr-
Inge 1. HI
7 Do Fountain gyrlnse, I pipes... 47e
trie Oravea' Tooth Powder 140
lie Tooth Bruah 17c
2.SO Tieiitlfoam 14c
2bc Hand bruah lo
40o Hand Hu liber Comb t7o
I.owney's Candy, box........... tic
Wlllums' GhavliiR Btick o
New bargain every day. Watch our
HOWELL DRUG CO.,
I itnth and Capitol Ave.
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The Adventures of Lady Ursula
Vtata. Tburs.-Sat. .
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iVrW Ol(Yl . DOUG.
lat Two Verfo"es
MATINEE 10DAY 2:15
TOaTXOHT Ourtain at o'clock Sharp.
SIO DOVSLl SHOW Oreet Amateur
Carnival la eonjaaotloa with sertOaa VU1,
1 tTlkea 10c:oo-4uo.
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