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rIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY.
DECEMBER 2.1. 1P0S.
Only Two More Buying
Days, Then Christmas
There remains but two days in which to buy the Christmas gift. Come here Wednesday
and buy a useful gift. If it comes from Thompson, Belden & Co's. it is sure to be appreciated.
. New Evening Coats, Just Arrived.
Grand stowing of evening coats Just arrived from
the famous style centers of the east Each one re
vealing the best workmanship, the most stunning
style and the richest quality. They are made es
' peclally for women of good taBte who admire and
demand good fitting garments. You will find a
liberal variety, and Just remember that this la a
store of one price and the lowest price. Come Wed
nesday, we will be glad to show you these exquisite
and most stylish garments.
Wednesday Candy Special.
Baldnft'i delicious Chocolate Fruit Loaf, regular
price 60c a pound, Wednesday, at pound, only 30
All fancy boxes at greatly reduced prices. Visit
our popular candy department. You will save
. Down Quilts for Gifts Are
Beautiful as well as useful. Appreciated because
there is no article that will add so much to the
comfort of a person as does a down quilt bed
Prices $5.00, $5.00. $7.00, $8.00, $10.00, $12.60,
$15.00, $18.00,'$20.00 and $25.00 each.
; White Waist Patterns for Christmas.
Each pattern put up in neat box, ready for gift giving, price, each $1.25
' STORE '"; J f Si When Ured out
EVEN. " X. M -r from shopping
clfc: solution of our International disputes,
to live at peace and harmony at home and
abroad, n! to permit the law alone to hold
undisputed '-'sovereignty throughout the
New Cabinet Represeatatlve.
The composition of the new cabinet is
regarded as representative and as holding
good promise' for successful administration.
Munox Tebar, the minister of finance. Is
a noted engineer and In 188 he was a candi
date for the presidency. General Regullno
Ollvarea, the new minister of war. Is re
garded as one of the best military men In
Veneiuela today. Benor Maldorado, tha
rew minister of publlo Instruction, la an
'author of considerable note. Linares Al
ciinlara, the minister pf the Interior, was
for many years president of the state of
Aragua. Ma Is considered aa a likely candi
date for the presidency.
.Rafael Carabano, the new minister of de
velopment (fomehto). Is a young military
leader of much prestlge.'Jonialei Oulnaud,
the new minister of foreign affairs, was
prominent " IA affairs of state during the
epoch of Quzman Blanco and he enjoys
great Influence throughout the republic.
The - minister of public - works,' Roberto
Vargas, 1 a general of note and Is con
sist red tut have a. brilliant future. It la
generally admitted that the new cabinet
is a strong one and especially well qualified
to handle any possible contingencies.
Acting President Gomes has given orders
that -all the political prisoners In Venesuela
ba Set at liberty.
- TiMwhlprntat Deeree Revoked.
WlLLjCMSTAD, Curaooa, Dec. 22. Tha
new Venezuelan administration has revoked
the decree prohibiting the transshipment at
Wlttetastad Of 'goods' destined for Venezue
lan points. This revocation la regarded by
well Informed persons here as meaning
practically the settlement of the dispute
between the two governments.
The measure la question has been the
Principal difficulty In the atralned relatione
between Holland and Venesuela.
The .deduction from the latest news re
ceived here from, Caracas the enforced
resignation of the' Castro cabinet la that
the reign of President Castro In Venesuela
CRAFT IN PITTSBURG
(Continued from First Page.) -
might "drop" today, certainly tomorrow,
of much publlo Interest.
fklcf of Detective la Net.
.Another sensation developed today when
It beoaree known that Director of Publlo
Safety Lang had demanded the resignation
of Captain of Detectives Edwin T. Mo
OougU. Thla action followed a conference
between Mayor Guthrie and Director
Lang while they were In attendance
last night at tha meeting of the Voters'
league, whe caused tha prosecutions against
tha councilman and bankers. Director Lang
"My reason for asking Captain McOough
for Ms resignation has nothing to do with
the arrest of the councilman. There was
another reason and a more serious) one.
bat what It Is I will not discuss. -
' Reports axe In circulation, however, that
Get Them at the
S Gifts for
Velvet Salts. Russians and sail
ers :.-,..; $12.50
Whit Serge Sulta. Sailors and
Pur Overcoats 915.00
Indian; Suit 91.25
Loqa; Pent Sailor Suits
at . i 910.00
Sweaters, at. . . . 91.00 91.50
Suspenders 25 50t
Gloves and Mittens, 50c 81.25
niihcut Boots, raw hide lace.
at ....... 93.50
' Selling agent for Mark Cross celebrated English Leather Goods. m
BENSON J'THCpSNE CO.
ie ata rmiH SfecSj itt Pyta. lag-
Important News Just One-Half Price.
$1.00 Silk and Wool Crepe de Chine, yd. 50c
Unexpected news for women who have not yet
purchased their gifts. One of this season's most ele
gant fabrics. The color line to choose from Is
choice, new rose pink, tan. dark rich brown, car
dinal, del blue, very handsome French gray nn.:
cream. We shall not attempt detailed description,
of this beautiful, high class fabric. The name of
the fabric and the material from which It is manu
factured (silk and wool) clearly Indicates the very
unusual nature of the vevent. Your choice, Wed
nesday, 60c yard.
$1.19 Women's Gloves $1.19
At A Special Price.
These will make a most acceptable gift A short
pique kid glove of fine quality, in black, brown,
tans and greens tor Wednesday's selling, per
Men's Shirt Opportunity in the Basement.
Men's Soft Negligee Shirts (collars attached)
most remarkable savings:
75c, $1.00, $1.25
$1.76, $2.00, $2.60
differ from the director's statement Cap
tain McOough is well known throughout the
country as a clever detective.
- Five of tha accused covnctlmen, Messrs.
Wesson, Ferguson, - Brand,- ' Klein and
Melaney have Issued statements today
which ' are to the effect that they are
greatly surprised and all at sea regarding
Hoarse coughs and stuffy olds that may
develop . Into pneumonia over night are
quickly cured by Foley's Honey and Tar,
as It soothes Inflamed membranes, heals
tha lungs and expels the cold from the
system. Sold by all druggists.
flERDMAN MING SPEAKER
(Continued from First Page.)
session It is obligatory upon him to file
with the secretary of state an Itemised
Itatement of tha amount of money he has
spent during the session. That Is if he
gives a certain member $3 worth of theater
tickets that Item roust appear, or If he
gives a $25 dinner to members that item
must appear. , Tha . law ,ls not definite
whether 'he must also give the amount of
his losses In a poker game with members,
but It says aM expenses In connection with
the legislation, so that Item probably must
Now, If the lobbyist doesn't do all that
he will be subject to a Jail sentence of one
year or a fine of $1,000. Tha corporation Is
subject to a fine of $1,000. If the expense
account la not filed within two months, the
corporation la subject o a penalty of $100
a day until It la filed.
None of which applies to agents of coun
ties, cities, towns, villages, publlo boards
and publlo Institutions. Nor to lawyers
who merely draft bills and tell those In
terested what certain legislation will do
to their business.
, Canaty Clerks Lose Mener.
County clerks aro finding that Under the
present game lawa that portion relating to
tha Issuance of licenses Is a costly proposi
tion. One county clerk - sent in $53 and
told the state treasurer he had collected
only $30, so was out the difference. Parties
from towns In the county would call up
and ask to be mailed a license and the
money would be ' forthcoming. Then the
money would never come.
The reception contemplated by Mrs.
Sheldon and Mrs. John B. Wright to be
held at the executive mansion on tha night
of January 1 haa been postponed until a
later date. The postponement was made
necessary because of numerous home din
ners at that time. Mrs. Sheldon will en
tertain at tea tomorrow afternoon.
Railroad A irises Cosamtealoa.
A brief was filed with tha railway com
mission In the case of the Craig Lumber
company of Omaha and the Florence
Lumber company agaleat the Chicago. St
Pi.ul, Minneapolis at Omaha railroad,
charging excessive rates on ' lumber and
material between the two points. Tha brief
was tha work of Ben T. White and C. C.
Wright and touches on two points. Tha
railway commission. It saya, has no au
thority to order a reparation for over
charge. A switching charge. It says, la
Novelties for Boys.
Days a.nd Girls' Own Store.
Corduroy Suiu, 8.00 to 84.50
Reoers and Overcoata.CJ3B.60.
lo.oo. a.oo, 7.ao, $a.5o, $5
Bath Robes. fS.75, S3.23, $2.75,
Athletic and Coat Sweaters,
2.50, f.2.00 and 91.50
Fancy Vests, $2.78, 2.50
Mufflers, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00
Neckwear, 80c, 36c and . ...25t
High cat Boots, raw hide laces,
Qlovea, Umbrellas, Hats.
and $1.60 Shirts, at. each 39J
and $3.00 Shirts, at, each 79
visit the resting
rooms, 3rd floor.
a charge fixed regardless of distance and
In thla case would be discriminatory and
should not be ordered by the commission.
It suggests a commodity rate between the
two places and offers to help the commis
sion arrive at a Just settlement of the case.
Contest far Legislative Seat.
A legislative contest from the Fifty-third
representative district haa been filed with
the secretary of state, though not through
me usual channels. This afternoon he re
ceived from the county Judge of 81oux
county A. L. Bchnurr the papers In a con
test which had been filed with him by Fred
W. Johanaen, democrat, against Charlea H.
Chase, republican. With the papera came
a bill from the Judge for $3.60. He wrote
that he dismissed tha contest because of a
lack of jurisdiction, holding that It was up
to the legislature to pass on such questions.
And besides Johansen failed to appear on
the day of the hearing.
Hearing; om Freight Classification.
The Railway commission haa set January
13 for the hearing of protests against the
adoption of the western classification
freight rates No. 46. Several protests have
been made against this classification be
cause it lncreasea rates on certain com
modities. Aska Nevr Telephone Rate.
The Nebraska Telephone comduiv has
asked permission of the fitata Rallwav mm.
mission to reduce its ratea on residence
telephones at Norfolk to com Dot a with th
Independent company. The company aska
to make a reduction from $18 to $12 a year
on four-party line phones. As the Inde
pendent company haa a charge on file of
$1.60 a month for those telephones the com
mission has asked for more information
before taking action.
Petition to Change Rail Ratea.
The Burlington haa aoDlled for
from tha Railway commission to cut out
certain rates which it Inherited from the
Great Northern. Owing to the Aldrlr.h lw
these rates cannot be changed without a
hearing, so the commission set January 13
In the afternoon for the case to come up.
Jadeea Ask Higher Salary.
Judge John B. Barnea and Judge M. B.
Reese have filed their voucher, tnr tha
fourth quarter with the state auditor, for
salaries, ttacn aska for $791. 6a. Thla Is at
the rate of $2,500 a year for October and
November and $4,500 a vear for tha
month of December. The district Judges
who have filed their salary vouchers for
the quarter, based their claims on a
salary of $2,100 ) year. However, acme
of them attached a voucher for December,
because of the adoption of the constltu
tiponal amendment relating to the judici
ary Is $12,6.70.
Auditor Searle has not yet decided he
will laaue the warranta The quarter for
all constitutional officers cloaea on Jan
uary 7. ao the warrants are In fact not
due until that time, so mandamus could
not He against the auditor nrevinui ta
that date, which Is the . time Auditor
Searle quits business. Mr. Searle may
hold up the vouchera until that time and
permit Auditor-elect Barton to paaa upon
the question whether the warrants ahould
be drawn before the legislature makes
a specific appropriation for the money.
Hamer Wants Another Hearing.
Judge Hmer. attorney for W. T. Turlw.
whoae application for clemency waa
turned down by Acting Governor Hope
well, Monday, haa filed an application for
another hearing. The new hearing haa
been aet for January It, Governor Shel
don will be out of office before tha ne
cessary publication could ba made of the
application. Turley Is serving a tevan-teen-year
aentence for murder.
Commission Goes to Colambaa.
The State Railway commission went to
Columbus tonight to take evidence In a
telephone case Involving the connection
of two ayatems. While there the commls
lon wl)l Investigate tha Columbus depot
whlo hthe Commercial club aaya the
Union Paclflo promised to replace with
a new one during 108. Health Commis
sioner Wilson went along to see whether
the depot 1 sanitary.
RETIRED FARMER ENDS 1119 LIFE
M. A. Silver Ha age Himself While
SEWARD, Neb.", Dec. 22. (Special Tele
gram.) H. A. Silver, a prosperous retired
farmer living In Tamora, tha first station
west of Seward on the Burlington road,
committed suicide this morning by hanging
himself In an outbuilding.- 8. Brown, a
general merchant of Tamora, failed a short
time ago, owing Stiver about $300. Tha loss
of thla money seemed to pray on his mind,
as he had been worrying about It, and It la
thought that he took bis life while tem
Sliver made so- much noise In the out
building 'hat hi wife, hearing the com
motion, rushed out, but baore she eould
out hint down be was dead. County
Coroner Workman waa summoned from
Milford and aa Inquest was held thla after
aeon. Mr. -Silver and two daughters, ana a
little girl and another who graduated last
sp.lng from the Srward High ohooU sur
ClIAJtOB IN Plfo E CONNECTION
Liberty Compear rtlacaatlana Vac of
BEATIUCB. Neb Drc. r.-(Spclal Tel
egram.) At a mnvllnir of the stockholders
of the Liberty Independent Telephone com
pany at Liberty today It was voted to dis
pense with the services of the Nebraska
Telephone company and that concern vat
given thirty days to disconnect with the
Liberty company. When the Liberty com
pany entered Into a contract, with the Dell
people iom time ago It cut out the lines
of the Home company which connected
nine Springs , and. Beatrice with Liberty.
This action occasioned considerable strife
among the' companies, which resulted In
the Bell company being: ordered to dis
connect Its line toddy. Several representa
tives of the Bine Springs company attended
the meeting; and the action" of tha Liberty
company will result In service again being
restored with the Blue Springs concern.
TWO MEN FIGHT EXTRADITION
Silvers and Maave Resist Belna; Taken
to Llncola far Trial.
SIOUX. CITY, la.. Dec. J2.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) C. W. Silvers and Buck Mauve,
who are suspected of burglary Jobs In both
Drs Moines and Omaha, aro putting up a
hard fight against returning to Lincoln,
where they will be charged with having
burglarized the Miller Pains store. De
tective James Malone of Lincoln arrived
thla morning from Des Moines with requisi
tion papers and was on the point of putting
the 'shackled prisoners In a carriage out
side the county . jail to bring thpm across
the river Into Nebraska when Wllber Owen,
their counsel, dashed at breakneck speel
Into the court house yard and demanded of
Jailer McDougall that he serve habeas cor
pus papers on Malone. The men were tnken
baurk to Jail and tho habeas corpus hearing
will be held January 4.
Case of Swift Jastlce.
M'COOK. Neb.. Dec, 22. (Speclal.)-Red
Willow county furnishes a case of swift
Justice. Joslah 8. Calvert robbed an In
toxicated friend Saturday night, was ar
rested on Sunday, appeared In district
court today and pleaded guilty and was
sentenced to one: year In the penitentiary,
to which he was taken by the sheriff the
same night. The amount involved was $60.
Calvert la 23 years, old.
Watches FRENZERljjth and Dodge.
Mrs. Henrietta Jackson.
SIOUX CITT. Ia., Dec. 22.-(8peclBl.)
Mrs. Henrietta Jackson, who died et her
apartments In the Mondamln hotel Sunday
after a lingering Illness, first visited Bloux
City In 1833, and It Is probable that no other
lvlng person had aet feet on the pre sen'
site of Sioux City at that time. She was
born In New Orleans, the daughter of
Charlea Bt. Aubin, an artist. Upon tho
death of her father her mother married Dr.
John K. Cook, who subsequently laid out
the towns of Omaha and Sioux City. Dr
and Mrs. Cook and Miss St. Aubin were in
Council Bluffs In 1852, and In that year Miss
St. Aubin married James A. Jackson. The
following year Mr. and Mrs. Jackson made
their first trip to the trading post which
marked the spot where Dr. Cook and Mr,
Jackson ' bought land and laid out the
town of Sioux City. Mrs. Jackson onee
owned ' the ' present site of Mornlngslde.
At the time of her; death she still was a
large . owner of property in that suburb.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson lived In Council
Bluffa until 1863,,.wben they removed to St.
Louis, . where they lived until 1887. Mr.
Jackson waa, engaged in the wholesale
grocery business and also operated a line
of river packets. In 1887 they removed to
Sioux City. Mrs. Jackson is survived by
her two children, A. M. Jackson of Sioux
City and Mrs. Georgia Jackson-Wilson of
8SWARD. Neb., Dec. 23. (Special Tele
gram.) Roy Ashton, who was Injured In a
mine at Cripple Creek, Colo., a week ago,
died yesterday and the body Is being
brought to Seward for burial, the funeral
to be held Thursday. Young Ashton waa
28 years of age and was a brother of Mrs.
Burdette Boyes of this city.
Mrs. Kills Thomas.
BEAVER CITY, Neb., Dec. 22. (Special.)
Mra. Ellis Thmoas, wife of one of the
oldest and most prominent farmers of Fur
nas county, died at her home near here
today after an Illness of but a few hours.
She leavea a husband and a son and
Bishop J, 8. Mlchaad.
NEW YORK. Deo.' 12. The Right Rev.
John S. Mlchaud, bishop of the Roman
Catholic dloceaa of Burlington, Vt., died at
St. Vincent's hospital today.
Copley, jeweler, fobs. 215 S. 16th St.
Defendant Wlaa Salt.
BIOUX FALLS. 8. D., Dec. 22. (Special.)
After being out all night, a Jury in the
atate circuit court tor Lyman county re
turned a verdict for tit defendant in the
case of Rosendahl agalnat Mattson, which
waa of a sensational character. Rosendahl
accused Mattson of having alienated the
affections of his wife, and sought to re
cover damages In the sum of $10,000.
Fear Years for Fraad.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Dec. 22.-Four yeare In
tha penitentiary was tne sentence pro
nounced today upon Thomas McGrath, con
victed of fraud as a Judge of election In
the Second precinct of the Third ward at
the last general primary. Judge Shields
ranted an SDneal to tne supreme court
I ana Mcuratn was reieasea on uonns.
DAME NATUREJS A CHEAT
Bald-Headed Clan Think the Hair Dis
O MA HANS HEAR ABOUT "Q-BAN'
Tba South ra Tormula Whlck Is a Sonroa
OX CtraUileauoa to Kunarees el
Kesreakans Who Hare round
Whenever a bald-headed man rases on
another fellow' with a wealth of Buffalo
Bill locks, he feela aa if Dame Nature
had cheated him In the distribution of
hair. Ten per cent of people who are bald
couldn't 'coax another growth of hair If they
had a hundred fears to devote to experi
ment. It la not to these souls that Dr. Kott'a
Q-ban Hair Restorer appeals. The oilier
to per cent, however, are Interested.
They've food reaaon to be. Hair that Is
falling- because of dandruff, la effectually
aaved by the use of this preparation. In
no sense of the word a dye, this Q-ban
Hair Restorer will bring the natural color
of youth to tray hair. Beard .that are
streaked with gray are restored to their
original color, through the us of this
wonderful discovery of Dr. Nutt. '
Tha results are so sure that The Hesslg
ElUs Drug Co, of Memphis. Tenp-. have
authorised tha Myers-Dillon Drug -Co.,
whe represent them here, ta give one big
bottle of the Q-ban Hair H caterer for
If a full treatment of three bottle doea
not bring results promised a reatoratlon
of the color of youth -then all moaey
paid will be refunded. Indies find tUls
preparation highly efficient for the toilet.
It atop itching of the scalp and keeps
It sweet, pur and wholesome.
This is a sample line we bought very cheap. "We
will place the entire purchase on sale on Wednesday,
just-before Christmas, at about half the regular price.
It is a chance that win'probably never occur again
rett ever Deiore II" BBW :
WJL Omaha. . -Cv V Jf J
Broadway bon bons and choco
lates or all chocolates, Cf.
per pound '. .' JC
Bweetland Special In handsome
floral boxes, bon bona and choc
olates or all choco- "X C
lates, per pound ...... aJ76
Duchess chocolates, assorted
packed In handsome litho
graphed boxes, C0i
per pound TfUC
College chocolates, packed bon
bons and chocolate or all choc
olates, in college 'lOl
girl boxes, pound alWW
Sweetlartd Brandeis East Arcade
Ch ristmas Specials
" AT BEATON'S
Look Over This List Carefully and Find Year Favorlta Cigars
Then note the price we Quote
first cost. We have 500,000 Cigars
if price will do it.
loo Tom Moore, Boquat slse, box of
25, Jl 28; box of 60 W
10c Palmer House. Boquet Invincible
size, box of 26. U-15; box of 60.... $2.25
10c Windsor Boquet, Invincible, box of
26. $1.26; box of 60 ....$2.40
lOo Bplendlda, clear Havana, box of
10c Ml Kleeclon, clear Havana Conchas
slse, box of 60 $2 60
lOo Paxton A Gallagher's Plato, Tra-
buco slse, box of 60 $2.26
10c Queen Elena, box of 60 $2.26
10R Continental Beals, club slse, box
lOo La Kmenlncla, bof of J6 $1.18
15c Ml Elecclon Victoria, box of 60.. $4.60
Gem Safety Razors ffio
Antiseptic Safety Rasora 29c
Gillette Bafety Rasors $5 to 124
Fountain Pens 26 per cent off list
Pipes, all kinds; Shaving and Mani
cure Bets, Traveling Cases, filled or
empty; Military Brushes.
Remember we deliver all packages Christmas eve or morning.
Leave your card and we'll do the'rest.
TP 7" -A-W-F SSS
f W sore throat
m. sa avnra inrmi w
I trouble than
lm i nof ELL'3 - A NTT- KAWr
Try a bottle. Ie and 10a
sowiu vt 00,
Mleale ta SUiaa.
Berry Bowls, Sugars and Creamers,
Trays, Water Pitchers,
bargains as this was
Superfine bon bens aivd' 'choco
lates or all chocolates, tS Art
in holly boxes, lb JVC
Best quality packed bon bona
and. chocolates or all - A
chocolates, pound . ... .Oil C
5-lb. box imported French fruit,
assorted, per CI C
Hundreds of varieties of con
fections, at our 10c 10
counter, at, pound . , . . . IUC
Italian Bitter Sweets, lb. . .40
, Many ara less than the Jobbers'
on band and Intend to move them
ISo Ea Bldelo, breves slse, box of 60.14.10
loo Edward Uato, Marconi alse, box
of 26, $2.80; box of 60. only $4.60
10c Principe de Galea, Pullman slse.
atr-tlght tin. boxes ,...$2.30
16o Optlmos, boxa of 60 $4 70
15o Foneda, box of 26 $2.35
5c Little Joes, box of 60 i 6
60 Uncle Osoara, box of (0 $1.3
$0 Portuondo, box of (0 $1.66
6o Little Kanons, box of 100 $4.30
6c Henry George. Little Toms, Owls,
Little Bobs, boxes of 60 $l.Co
And all other brands at eut prices.
Bent by msll or express add 12a for
box of X and 22a. for box of 60. Or
durs above $10 sent prepaid.
Houblgant's, Coty's, Plver's, Roger &
Gallett and fifty others.
CHOCOLATES AND BON-BONS.
Huyler's. Continentals, Allgrettl's,
Lowney's, O'Brien's luo to lli
BURNT LEATHER GOODS.
A complete line.
AH shapes and atyles.
rnnr, TXf Wea and nervous men
fUUV C vfft w,,a find ihe.r power to
NFUb' work and youihlul vigor
laaW a J (one as a result of over
work ar mental exertion should take
OKAT'8 NEKVK FOOO PILLS. They Ul
make you eat and sleep and D a
t imi s wim tas y suit,
SatUMAJI a) jaeCOaTBKU, SAbi 00
Oar. lUl aad leas'e Streets)
OWX. s)a eoacrASTa'
Oos. ISta aa aLaxaay sta Oaaak.
These Olft Slippers we are
now selling . so briskly, mean
comfort s o 1 1 d comfort -and
eoee for the wires and mothers
who will receive them Christ
We .have a tremendous as
sortment of For Trimmed &Up
pom In all colors.
FRY SHOE CO.
10th and Doh1m.
"Whenlhe Boy Comes
Dome from School
he will need something new In at
tire, probably as a consequence,
this. - .
comes in mighty handy, with its
offer to make-to-measure
$25.00 Suits for ..-S18
$36.00 Suits for $25
$50.00 Suits for 935
Terfcct Pit Guaranteed.
304-806 Booth 16th St.
Near Southwest Corner 16th and
Our new candy depart
ment puts us in a position
to fill your order for Christ
mas Candy. x
It will be appreciated.
Njera-DHIon Drug Cv
!6th A Farnam St. .. v
The solution of tha holiday problem:
Treat yourself to new clothes.
Dresner the Tailor Is making good
clothes at immensely reduced prices
now $25 and $30 atyles for. $80.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Matinees: Xmaa and Saturday
VXCIAX. CWSTaf AS ATTKACTIOaT
"POLLY OF THE CIRCUS"
WITS ZDITX TAXZATKBSO '
Sunday and Monday Bvealngs
XOWZJT A. uixiaT'S
With SOUL m UPSIBT and a Ma
TOSTXOKT XATXsTXS WSDsTZSSAY
a rand Mslodramatle Masterpiece
A GOOD WOMAN WILL WIN
THURSDAY: LUCKY JIM
Matinee every day 81IS1 every nljrht SilS.
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Pianophlends; Edna Phillips and Co.:
WllHon Bros.; Tony Wilson and Mile.
lleloiHe; Amoroa Sisters; The Uraaye'
DisBt it and Scott; Ktnodrome. '
Prices 10c, 25c and 50o
Phones: Doug. 160$; Ind . A-150.
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