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TTTE BEB: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1009.
C3 1 i,,,, t,v i iit-aurH MiortRa mica all tiim-iM
Flannel Dept. in Basement
If tou want the choicest styles in these, see our lines.
Outing Flannels at 10c and 12Vc Yard
Fierce lined Flannelettes at 10c a Yard
Swansdowus at ' 12Vc, 15c and 18o Yard
Eiderdowns at 50c, 75c and $1.00 a Yard
Bathrobe Flannels, at : . . . . 25o and 30c Yard
Viyella Flanels at I 75c a Yard
Serpentine Crepes, at V. ... . 18c a Yard
had how did you figure that they could
brt $i3,000 out . of Itf asked Tlnley, in his
silkiest tones. "
"I didn't ilop to figure; they had me
all worked up."
Then the witness slipped off Into a hope
Iras tannic, lie said he didn't know that
the "pot" was short evert though the
800 had been bet out of $30,000 and explained"
that some way Mr. Martin, another of
the Mabray crowd,' was to blame.
The redirect examination of Mr. Ballew
probably will be hld today. The defense
will then resume the grilling on the re-cross-examlnatlon.
Maurice Hough, the juror who Is unable
to sleep, because he Is locked up at night,
has found a new source of grief.
"I Just can't stand the tdea of berng
locked up again' When the case Is suo
mltted." be pleaded to Bailiff Cousins.
Hough will probably be held on tho
Jury for the present, despite hla appeal.
His condition In,' however, reahy grave In
that he has keen unable to sleep, prac
tically, alnce the bearing began.
C. H. Warren haa been made a special
bailiff 4 sleep with Hough so he can have
his door unlocked. ; '
Tlnley; for the defense began the morn
ing's grilling with a review of Ballew's
transactions in Omaha banks.
Ballew Caa't Recall.
"Did you ' Introduce' Martin to Luther
Drake at the Merchants National bank as
manager of one of your lumber yards?"
"I don't remember," said Ballew.
Then followed a tangle In which the wit
ness admitted; that he would not positively
deny that he had so Introduced Martin.
"Did you not tell Mr. Drake that you
wanted the large sum of money that you
asked for to use In a lumber yard deal?"
"I don't remember," said Ballew. "I
think I told him I wanted it for some deal." ;
- "Well, you didn't want it for that, did
youT' ' v
"Why did you tell him that? Ashamed
EVILS RESULTING FROM CON-
Thi Trouble May Be Eeadily
Ton are drowsy, heavy, despondent,
lacking energy, It. is hard to think, you
have an oppressed feeling in your stomach
and iovefc (:opr 141 j(1 aches. , In fact, life
seems h'irdy worth living. Then ask
yourself: "Do your bowels move regu
larly" If your answer will be rNo,"
that Is the cause of y6ur troubles. Not
properly sorrepted. :thls condition will lead
to more' serious disorders of the blood and
body, due to the poisons of waste matter
which ihould be carried off. It seems so
foolish to suf tor ' when Nature has pro
vided, her' own wholesome and infallible
remedy in,, the pure Natural Laxative,
HUNYADI JANOS Water, from the fa
mous Springs In Hungary, one-half a
tumblerful of this wonderful water on
arising will, give you within an hour a
delightfully pleasant and copious move
ment, This will clear you.- head, sharpen
your appetite and make a new being of
you... Try.lt and sue. At all druggists.,
.Look out for unscrupulous druggists,
who will substitute unlets you ask for
. Exclusive Omaha selling on
Mark Cross' Gloves
. for Men and Women
London made, band
aewed- the glove
standard for the
$1.50 a Pair.
i. A R W
The Home of Smart Overcoats
Including Those Famous Makes:
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New York Chicago.
See tbe new shades in fashionable grays,.
eat checks, over plaids, line stripes, plain
blacks, blues or dark mixtures- Styles
. Kther the dress or the auto protector coat
,. with snug fitting collars tho very beist of
everything in style and tailoring. The over
coat that makes a good impression for you
Groat values In
You would pay $20 anywhare
' Military styles or dress overcoats in the
season '8 most fashionable fabrics. .You'll
search all Omaha and not find values like
these black and blue kersey dress coata
fiuney grays in military protector style
$L)0.00 values at ,
,Men !arat Cntrax-oa. fl. W.
"I didn't want anybody to know I was
In this deal, that's all," answered Ballew.
Ballew was closey quizzed In regard to
bis meeting with the Jockeys connected
with the race, and the day when be looked
over the horse which Martin had declared
the sure winner.
"Didn't you try to bribe those Jockeys
there?" asked Tlnley.
"I did not," answered Ballew, ' with a
"Do you mean to say that you did not
offer one Jockey M to hold his horse and
the other to ride his best?'
"I did not talk to the Jockeys," de
clared the banker "Mike."
The purported copy of a contract for the
raoe was Introduced, but It was'dectded to
await the tntioductlon of the original.
Ballew examined this document.
"That don't look as much like my sig
nature air It usually does It look a little
fixed," said Ballew.
"Tea, that's my signature,'.' he announced
after a pause. He then read the oontraot
and at last identified the document which
was Introduced by the defense.
' s " Teat of ' Articles. .
The contract made between Ballew, as
owenr of Martin's hore, and the "million
Articles of agreement:
Yve, W. Hemingway of the County of
Allegheny .and state of Pennsylvania, and
T. VV. iialiew of liie County ol Mercer,
Mate of Missouri
in consideration of the puree, stipulation
and agreement, hereinafter specified and
set fonh, io agree aa foiiows: .
To engage in a horse race at or near the
oily or iuwn of Council ttiuifs, Iowa, be
tween how and p. m., on me th day of
All subject to the following conditions:
Said race to be under the auspices of our
selves. Distance of said race to be M
M Jir ana to be for a purs, or premium
as a forfeit In tbe hands of Ueorge vlison
j a mwtvw, v a bll v asst. saw nv r y v,v,
as purneholder. Balance of said purse or
premium to be posted one hour before
said race to be decided by a Judge
ho Is to be mutually agreed upon and
satisfactory te all parlies interested In this
b&id purse, or premium, and anything
that may be wagered on the side is to
be glveu to the winner or winners with
out hesitation, regardless of protest, ac
cording to ths decision of the Judge,
which decision shall be final. Alt parties
hereto bind themselves to abide by said
decision, exonerate the purseholder from
all liability and In no case resort to the
law. It Is further 4reed that either
party that tails to comply with all the
terms and conditions, herein set forth, shall
forfeit to the party complying with same,
all- the money- plaeed in tbe puree or
In witness whereof .we have- set -our
bands the 11th day Oct., 1908.
, w itnemtesi Principals:
I. C. GORDON. W. H. HEMINGWAY.
r.t CItAWrXRD. T. W. BALLEW.
W. H. MARTIN.
What Bettlngr Was Dae. '
The examination then turned to the dis
cussion of the betting done with the mil
lionaires following tbe contract. This de
generated into a squabble that lasted till
Ballew listed the bets on this oontraot.
The original schedule of the beta was pro
duced. The schedule follows:
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Oot 12, 1908.
Hemingway $ J.000 T. W. Ballew. ..$ 1,000
Side Bet -
Ooidon t t.000 T. W. Ballew... S.000
Crawford ,M T. W. Ballew,.. 2.000
Dr. James .... S.000 T. W. Ballew... 8.000
Hern 6.000 T. W. Ballew... t,0o0
. October IS.
Crawford 8,000 T. W. Ballew... 8,000
Q. for .Hill.... 10.000 T. W. Ballew... JO.000
Hern for P.... 10 000 T. W. Ballew... 10,000
Dr. James .... 10.000 T. W. Ballew... 10,000
Gordon 13 OoO T. W. Ballew .. 12.tlu0
Hem : t.000 T. W; Ballew... .,000
"Gordon" was none other than J. C.
This schedule was Introduced.
The defunse sought to make BaJlew con
fess that he made bets and figured his
winnings before the race was run.
You've a chance to secure "Dnnson A
Thorne" quality In boys' overcoats at a
huge reduction tomorrow. A lot of 60 coats
In chile- mixture worth to 112. 60 are to go
at only tT.BO each, while a lot of 86.00 to 88.G0
values are" to go at only 84.75.' Benson &
Thorne Co., New Location,' 1518 Farnam 8t.
Cor. Ifcch and Rau&Ua .$trta
-5 P .
POSTAL IS IN NEW MERGER
Independent Telegraph Company Big
gest Stockholder in Corporation.
GOVERNMENT MAT INVESTIGATE
Reported Special Assistants from A t
toraey Geaeral's Office Are Get
ting? Data oat Proposed tamkl-natto-
of Wire Systems.
NEW YORK. Nor. 1?.-The report that
the controlling Interest in the Western
Union Telegraph company obtained by the
American Telephone and Telegraph com
pany would lead to a closer community
of Interest between those companies and
the Postal Telegraph company and prob
ably an ultimate merger of the three com
panies was given more color today when
officials of the American Telephone and
Telegraph company frankly said that the
Postal company was the largest single
stockholders In their company.
President Theodore N. Vail ef the Ameri
can Telephone and Telegraph company is
in Boston today. It was said, conferring
with other high officials of the company
and the plans of the new combination
In regard to the Postal's Interest and other
matters could not be learned In his absence.
There was a report current today that
Special Assistant Attornsys General Ellis
and Harrison had come to this city to
Investigate tbe merger of the American
Telephone company with the Western
Union company. The report has not been
It la known, however, that the govern
ment has slnoe May, 1908, been investi
gating the telegraph and telephone com
panies In accordance with a resolution
adopted by the United States senate.
Flans of Merger.
BOSTON, Nov. 1 A long stride to
ward the complete control by one cor
poration of all wire communication In the
United States was made today in the ac
quisition by the American Telephone and
Telegraph company of the control of
Western Union Telegraph company.
In order to make the absorption com
plete, the incorporation of a new billion
dollar company. It is said, will be neces
sary to include te92.475.4O0 of bonds and
stock of the American Telephone com
pany, known as the Bell company, and
the outstanding 8145, 000,000 of bonds and
stock of the Western Union.
The acquisition of the Western Union
by the Bell company has been In progress
for about elk months and only a sufficient
amount to Insure control, j said to be 61
per cent, was taken over.
The officers of the. telephone company
believe that the merger will save the
Bell company 875.000,000 In new construc
tion, while It will also enable the utiliza
tion of wires for ioth telegraphing and
Some of the associated corporations en
gaged In the telephone business, the ma
jority of whose stock rests in the treas
ury of the parent concern, are; New
York Telephone company, $."0,000,000; New
England Telephone and Telegraph com
pany, $31,700,000; Bell Telephone of Penn
sylvania, $31,150,000; New York and New
Jersey Telephone company, $28,400,000;
Southern Bell Telephone company, $21,400,
000; Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph
company, $18,000,000; Chicago Telephone
oompany, $17,800,000; Western Telephone
and Telegraph company, $1(1,000,000; Bell
Telephone company of Canada, $12,000,000,
The telephone system annually transmits
S,K6,800,000 messages, while the Western
Union handles esOOM.OOO. The telephone
system haa 8,098,879 miles of wires and the
Western Union 1,882,909. The total property-value
of. the telephone company la
$34B 045,600 and that of the Western Union
Vail Denies Merger Story.
BOSTON, Nov. 17. "There Is absolutely
nothing In the story," was the comment of
President Theodore N. Vail of the Amerl
ca,n ' Telephone and Telegraph company,
when his attention was railed to. a report
from New York that a merger of the Postal
Telegraph company with the American Tel
ephone and Telegraph might follow that
of the telephone company with the Western
Referring to the report that the govern
ment attorneys might Investigate the mer
ger of the Western Union with the tele
phone company, Mr. Vail remarked that
his company had nothing to fear from such
GIRL FROM RISING, IOWA,
WOULD WED TOM TURNIPSEED
Sec a re License In Omaha After Fail
luge to Get Permit at Council
Tbomas Turnlspeed of Washington, la.,
and Miss Ruth Silencer of Rising, la., se
cured a marriage license In Omaha late
Wednesday afternoon. They gave their
ages as 21 years, but later It was learned
that tile couple had applied earlier In Ihe
day for a license at Council Bluffs, but
were refused when they blundered by giv
ing their respective ages as 19 and 13
years. " 1
When the youthful Mr. Turnlspeed and
still more youthful girl with him first
appesred In the corridors of the county
court hJuse at Council Bluffs they
seemed to those who noticed them like
the two babes who got lost in the woods.,
After thqy had wandered around the corri
dors for awhile Deputy Sheriff Bert Wad
dlngton, although he suspected their mis
sion, inquired of the youth, "Are you look
ing for anybodyT"
"We are looking for the county Judge,"
declared the young man with some evident
"We have no county Judge," said Wad-
dlngton, "but maybe it's the maa who dis
penses marriage licenses you are seek
ing." The youthful rurallte coyly admitted
that was the person he was In quest of.
Deputy Sheriff Waddingtort escorted the
couple to the office of Harry M. Brown,
clerk of the district court, where he turned
the youthful couple over to the tender
mercies of Deputy Roy Hardesty, the age
expert After the young couple had stated
their names, ages and placea of resldenca.
Mr. Hardesty quietly, but firmly, informed
them that before he could issue a license
entitling , them to become man and wife
it would be neceseury for them to bring
their papas and mammas with them, as
the consent of. the latter to their marriage
would be required. The tlrl looked at the
youth and he In turn looked at the girl
and, hand In hand, they slowly made their
way from the court house, evidently
MITCHELL DEFENDS BOYCOTT
(Continued frcm First Page.)
committee recommended that both organ
isations at once comply with the regula
tions of the federation and "thereby re
tain peace and unity In their respective
' Bays Block la Boosr,
BOONE. ' la., Nov. 17. (Special Tele
gram) Ed Qartland this morning . ob
tained a block of business houses on the
north side from John Bam for f.600. to
take possessloa December 11. Qartland is
to utilise the corner building for a saloon,
handling pmaha beer, this belrg the first
saloon in Foone to use U
i : '
' , By
of Conspiracy to
City Official Admits He Disregarded
Information from Subordinates
About Contractors' Ring-.
CHICAGO, Nov. 17 The special commis
sion which Is Investigating charges of
fraud in the letting of municipal contracts,
drew admissions today from City Engineer
ErloBon, the principal witness, that he had
disregarded information concerning al
leged frauds given him by a subordinate,
and that he had at one time practically
been deposed from his position through
the political Influence of a clique of con
tractors. Distrust of subordinates was given by
the city engineer as the reason he did not
act on Information given him. U
He Admitted that he had been told that
materials being excavated was classified
and paid for at a! high rate aa "shale
rock," whereas It is .contended it was com
mon clay. He said other city Inspectors,
In whom ho had. confidence, had luslsted
that the material vas "shale rock."
Mr. Erlcson said that under the admin
istration of Mayor punne he had been
asked to resign because of the Importuni
ties of the alleged contractors' clique. He
said he had refused to resign and that for
a year he had been merely a figurehead,
subordinates signing his . name and per
forming all the executive function of his
The commission Is Investigating contracts
in which large amounts are alleged to
have been paid ' for inferior work to
TO YIELD DEAD
(Continued from First Page.)
'( i v,-, ',
tected," said , the 'oheriff, after a confer
ence with St at Attorney Eckliart. ' 7
"The protection -which . has been provid 3d
I intend to have where it might be most
needed. Regarding; rumors of threats of
secret society : meetings and such things
of alarming nature I have nothing to say.
"You have watched matters here for
several days and. today especially and you
can Judge for' ypurseli. that I would be
foolish to leave. the mine and the people
So it developed that Just as the soldiers
were eating their fevering meal a switch
engine picked up their train and the idle
ness which had been theirs all day ceased.
When the troop train arrived at the
mine Captain C. W. Hall In command
ordered one oompany to gurd the cars
and another the' 'mine.
Sheriff Skoglund ordered the soldiers to
remain quietly In their ear. Their pres
ence excited no comment from the sorrow
ful men and women who took possession
of the premature burial of their loved ones.
Sheriff Calms Crowd.
Pent up grief and anger were unchecked
by the officers of , the law as they In
creased all day long and even when an
orator mounted he sand-sealed shaft of
the mine the sheriff single handed calm.-d
'. t cllm&x came when Jativs Witherell,
a t.cran miner, leaped to the shaft an1
harrangued the crowd of weeping women
and sullen men.
Witherell condemned the act of the au
thorities since the disaster and declared
the men entombed in the mine were burled
alive. He made no threats, but the fierce
interjections of members of hla audience
revealed their feeling against the mine
owners and state officials.
"The men were burled alive," shouted
Witherell. They were alive Monday night,
but they died when these mine experts
shut off their air. Can a man breathe
through four feet of sand?
"1 tell you they were cruolflcd."
Charging the same experts with Ignor
ance of the way to save the men's lives
and saying their deaths were due to care
lessness and blunders, Witherell asked his
bearers, "What does a man from a col
lege know about the mine? These men
who own this hole know nothing about
It except the figures they get from the men
under them. What can a man know of
mine from figures and books?"
"And what are these experts doing T"
avked a young man In Wltherell's audi
ence. "They are eating and sleeping in the
cars," replied another.
"Yes, they're eating while they smother
these men to death and refuse these poor
women food," said another. (
Wltherell's talk evidently was exciting
his hearers and the crowd surrounding
him was growing larger, when someone
notified State's Attorney Eckhart and
Sheriff Skoglund induced Witherell to go
Witherell was pot employed In the St.
Paul mine, but works in Ladd. He came
from England when a boy and haa worked
In mines in England, Wales and West Vir
ginia. Remarkable cures nave been made by
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
BIG GROtEUY HAS OPENING.
WmI Eid Market Pleases Visitors.
The opening of the West End Market
at 40th and Podge,' marks another step In
the growth of Omaha to the west. Th s
store, one of ths largeat and best ap
pointed in the city, has settled In what
promises in aext tw years to be tbe very
heart of the best residence section of the
Their slogan la "quality, cleanliness, aer-vUe."
The best coffeen are thoe properly
(red to concentrite the flavor and aroma.
The next essential to a perfect cvp c!
coffee is skillful blending and roasting.
is properly aged. None but "Old Crop"
coffees are used. Dozens of lots are
sampled tested by taste. Those that have
the right "cup tjualities" are blended,
roasted, and again drawn and "tested by
taste." If up to the OLD GOLDEN
standard, the coffee is pneked in flavor
retaining packages. In this way only can
we maintain the exquisite bouquet, appe
tizing flavor and full-bodied richness of
Bay and try a pound to-day'
28 nt, at grocer.
BROS., Doe Moines, Iowa.
e thm fmmtomt Tone Br, Spicma.
GRANGE FOR BETTER ROADS
AIn Favors ftobnt Itatlon of Aael
caltare Courses for Latin and
DES MOINES, la., Nov. 17. The National
grange. In session here today, went on
record as favoring the Improvement of pub
lic highways In preference to the develop
ment of the deep waterways. Members
declared that Improvement of market roads
Is of far more Importance than that of
boulevards for rich automoblllsts. The
grange also voted In favor of uniformity
of taxes rather than classification. Reso
lutions favoring the adoption of more prac
tical courses of study In colleges and high
schools were adopted. The members said
they would put agriculture and manual
training in place of Latin and Oreek In
school courses of study.
BANQUET FOR BUFFALO BILL
Cody Business Men Reverse Custom
and Kete Veteran Founder
of Town. (
CODY, Wyo., Nov. 17. Speclal.) Colonel
William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) arrived to
spend the winter at his home here. A large
delegation of citizens was at the depot to
greet him and the famous old man was
roundly cheered as he alighted from the
train. Heretofore It has been the custom
for Colonel Cody to give a banquet to the
prominent men of the town on his return
fom trips with his show, but this time
.he custom was reversed .the citizens giv
ing a banquet, at which Colonel Cody was
the guest of honor.
Lonsr Joorney by Brides.
ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo., Nov. 17. (Spe
cial.) Two romances which Involved Jour
neys of thousands of miles for the women
have culminated here during the last week
in marriages. Miss Maggie Nicole arrived
from her home near Newcastle, England,
and became the bride of Thomas Cullen,
and Miss Margaret Bryson, who some time
ago arrived from Scotland and became the
bride of Alex Hunter.
Headaches and IVeuralata from Colds,
Laxative Bromo Quinine, the world wide
Cold and and Grip remedy removes cause.
Call for full name. Look for signature hi.
W. Grove. 2Rc.
11 t.v 80V8A AND HIS BAND.
Will Be Heard In Two Grand Concerts
at the Andltorlnm Saturday
of This Week.
Muslo lovers In Omaha will be f urn shed
another real treat Saturday afternoon and
evening of this week when Sousa and
Hla Band will give two grand concerts at
the Auditorium. John Philip Sousa, "The
March King," has always been warmly
welcomed In Omaha ard this year will
prove no exception as the call for reserved
seats at the Auditorium would Indicate.
The soloists with the band are sure to
give great pleasure to the audiences, as
they are some of the finest in the land.
The seat sale opens at the Auditorium
Thursday, November ISth.
Thomas Kullljian will lecture at the
First Congregational church Thursday
afternoon at 2:30, under the auspices of
the Omaha Woman's club.
Mr. Kullljlan will explain the art of rug
making and give a history of its develop
ment. He will also expose the methods of
rug fakers and give Instructions as to
how they may be detected. Furthermore,
his lecture w;il contain suggestions on
how to judge rugs and understand their
Mrs. Leavllt Urans Crowd.
BEAVER CITT, Neb., Nov. 17. (Special
Telegram.) Ruth Bryan Leavltt give her
lecture "A Pilgrimage Through Palestine,"
tonight. The entire seating capacity of tho
house was sold in advance and standing
room was filled.
MOVE X UTS Or OCZAK r
.. Nov ''dun
NEW YORK Ocnle
NEW YORK Rutt.nUm
NEW YOHK KalMr WU. II.
NKW YOKK Allr.......
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. Kr.lns D'ltalla
An Inhalatloa for
Creeolen la Boos) to Aslbmatloa.
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rralr to' SI-s-M se are-thins .
u to' th. ramwiy lu l .
t'rssulrnt rant kmvs " re iso
rtron.l, uu.pt. ! onr dTTff.
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wltS .BMUi cbil-rM.
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semrtlve Tend nor
w.U ul taimdu.u r.lUtf
... f i lAmt
Condition of th thrn.1.
bond putl tat de
tart HI. Book 1.4.
Tape Treeeleao Co.
lot) t utloa S'tMt,
We Make All We Sell
We also rry a fine lla ef Xatks (
Deag. 104S l-US
Sr-a-a at.- is a. A-iee
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iaiT FARNAM ST.
Many Styles at $15.00,
$19.50, $25, $29.50, $35.00
We believe this to be tho finest
collection of coats we have ever
assembled. The materials are
beautiful imported broadcloths,
kerBeys and wide wale two-tone
materials. Plain tailored styles,
also Bcores of Russian front ef-.
fects. Several hundred fine
coats specially priced at
Nifty Fur Sets
of Black Russian Lynx, Black
Fox and Black Wolf. Beautiful
shawl collar with large rug muff
specially priced at
15.00 and $25.00
"Makes day of night
and Labor light.
Omaha Electric Light and Power Co.
T, M. C. A. BLD3. BOTH PHONES
The experts at the
sition said there is only
one best oatmeal; it
' i jj
is Quaker Oats.
That Hallowe'en pumpkin will
goon be a Thanksgiving; Pie.
And, at that Thanksgiving faip
ily reunion you'll want to appear
at your best, naturally. Mother-in-law
and Pater-in-law will be
there and you'll want to prove that
your wife made a good choice.
So you'll wish to appear in the
best guit. And the wish being
father to the thought you'll
think of us to make that Suit. For
10 years we've been recoRnlred to
be the best Moderate Price Tailor
Suits to Order $25 to $45
Overcoats to Order $25
301-806 South lflth St.
Near 16th and Farnam fcl.
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Saturday, Nov. 20
. f MATINEE 2:30
EVENING CONCERT 8:15
Reserved Seat Sale Opens Thar,
Matinee Prlceg 25c, 60c and 76c.
Evening Prices 25c, 60c, 7So and
TOIUIT, II4T, UTVIViT
ATVXJ9AT lATXlT I
COHAN AND HAREIS
And the Hast Tamons Honey Boys,
Xntro-nelng Mere Xlgh, Salaried
rerforuters, More Xxcloel-e Features,.
Mere Big Aets Than AU Other Mln.
strel Shows Combined
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ing Theaters Ouiy
Moaday, VIA WEX.ZBS
Beats now- selling.
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Tues.. Wat. Xvgs 'Wed. MatUee
In the Bew Costame play of love and
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By Authors of 'Tbe lun rron Borne."
Sve-lngs, g5e to gl.iOj Wednesday Mat
Luce, best ssats, 7Bo and SI.
Thursday (3 Bays), ghubert'a,
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This Set-K il!y 1'aiitaer Co.; Bergs;
Hlx Merry Ulris; J ne iun-njr i,
Thalia Quartette; Patsy loyle; Cook arid
Ktavens Klnortrome. -nil spi-clal nnaae
ment of Will M. Creasy and Blanche ayae
prices 10c, 16c. c.
K I $J G pfic" t6-
3Bc, 60c, 7 So
TOBIOHT MATXMEB TO PAT
WARP and VOKES
SUNDAY III A BIT EE 8
Afternooa and Bvenlng All This Week
Masquerade aa B-ates Trlday Bight.
Adnxisstoai 10e States, awe.
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