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T1IH HKK: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, KOVEMHKR 24, 1009.
nrii. nnV es both raoass a
At This Thanksgiving Ye Offer the
Best in Quality Least in Price
We scored a splendid success in assembling offerings
for this event because we bought early when assortments
were nt their best and before prices rose. The fast selling
we have experienced points to this as the most important
purchasing opportunity of the Thanksgiving season.
Every garment every yard of Linen this store con
tains is worthy and dependable in every particular. Assort
ments are wide and diversified and prices demand your at
tention before you buy elsewhere.
Special Sale of Fine Towels
All our $1.50 Scalloped and Hemstitched Towels; Wednes
day's -price,'' each $1.00
Special Sale of Ready-Made Roller Towels
23 dozen 75c Holler Towels in this sale, each 50c
23 dozen 50c Roller Towels, in this sale, each 39c
Size 18x103 inches long.
Wednesday at the Bargain Square, Basement
Women's Black Heatherbloom Petticoats, good full sizes
regular $2.50 value; Wednesday at, each $1.79
Store closes all day Thursday, Thanks
lies Molnri Minister failed to Kaer
ctse III Skill I'pon rrUoner
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE8 MOINES. Nov. 23. (Special Tele
tram.) Hev. Thomas Cimsady of the Epis
copal church here, has undertaken the task
Ot causing the cure by hypnotism of II. W.
Cook, a prisoner, In Jill for intaxicjtl.'n.
Cook Is a railroad accountant who hai
completely Riven way to his taste for
whisky, and a few days ago he called on
Sasady and abused him and the church.
When he found himself In Jail serving time
for intoxication, he Bent for Casady and
asked him to help him reform. Casady
had the reputation of having effected a
complete cure on another min In Jail las.
summer, and lie Immediately commenced
treatment of Cook to cure him of the drink
habit, by hypnotism and suggestion.
Mandard Oil In Iowa.
'The Htandard Oil trust has long main
tained two subsidiary companies under the
Iowa' statutes, but does no business In
Iowa with cither' one. An Investigation at
the state bouse shows that all the Iowa
business Is done by the Standard Oil Com
pany of Indiana, which company Is not of
record In Iowa and has no standing here.
The Continental OH company of Iowa,
headquarters at Council Wuffs, has a cap
ital of $300,000, and tho Standard Oil Com
pany of Iowa, headquarters at Council
Bluffs, has a capital of only $1,000. OrlK
lnall this latter company hod 11.000,000
If you have an aching, sen
sitive tooth, you undoubtedly
dread a visit to your dentist,
because you know you will suf
fer additional pain.
Come and talk 'to me about
It. My success in painless oper
ating is bound to be ef ad
vantage to you.
Dr. J. B. Fickes
810-217 Board ot Trad.
10th and Farnam St. B, XV.
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Be that boy's shoe pictured here? Well, that's one of the shoes we are
using as a brick la the tAillding up of our extraordinary successful
It may be had in all of the GOOD leathers, such as calfskin and patent
colt, and the soles are put up "for keeps" of leather that seems to
have no "wear out." Sensible shape, too. isn't it? No better all
around shoe made.
Sizes 9 to 13i, $3.Sizes 1 to 6, $3.50
Send (or New
i n r"iTva
r- New Location, 1510-1520 Farnam Street.
bach ll nrr 1 a-isai
capital, but It was first reduced to $100,000,
then to the present figure. The company
transacts Its Colorado and western busi
ness through the Continental, but It Is not
known here If any business Is done by
the Standard company of Iowa. It Is not
anticipated by state officials of Iowa that
any effect will be had on the Iowa com
panies or business by the court decision at
St. Paul. N
College Degrees Without landing-.
Are college degrees for sale in Iowa?
And if so, are they worth anything to the
purchaser? These are questions which have
been bothering Superintendent Rlggs of
the department of instruction. The pastor
of a church In the south raised the ques
tion with regard to the legal right of the
"Iowa Christian college" as Oskaloosa to
grant degrees, and alBO as to the legal
status of a College degree. Investigation
shows that a college degree really has no
standing In Iowa, that they are not recog
nized in law and that they may be granted
in fact by any college or educational insti
tution under rules whioh It may make for
Itself without any legal restrain. The only
place where the question as to their value
could be raised would be In finding out the
standing of a college, and then the State
Hoard of Educational Examiners would in
fact Investigate the college that granted the
Collateral Inheritance Ta.
Collateral Inheritance taxes to the amount
of probably $15,000 or $20,000 will be turned
into the state treasury when there is set
tlement of the estate of the late Joseph
Storm of Woodward. He bought 240 acres
of lang from the government for $4 an
acre In lfced, and held It till he died last
week, increasing the farm to 8,000 acres.
He also had a credit at the bank of $90,000.
But he had never married and shortly be
fore his death he made a will leaving It
all to collateral heirs, chiefly brothers and
sisters. The land was as fine land as could
be found anywhere In the state.
Watches FRENZER 15th and Dodge.
Sentence for Baker,
PLATT9MOUTH. Neb., Nov. 23.-(Spe-cial.)
In district court today Judge Pern
terton of Beatrice sentenced Charles J.
Baker to serve In the state penitentiary for
eighteen months at hard labor. Wife No. 1
o,f Ohio prosecuted him and the Jury was
out one hour. The charge preferred was
that of bigamy.
MOVEMENTS Or OCEAJT STEAKSXIFS.
ort. Arrived. Sailed.
NEW YORK .Ryndam
NEW YORK Vadrlan4
N A PI. ICS Cratlo Crmnl.
NAPLK8 Laura San Giovanni.
DUAHOOW Caledonia Pralorlaa.
SOl'TH AMPTON.... Naw Ynrk
Boys' Knickerbocker Suits
2J With 2 Pairs Trousers 2
They "look good,"
good" because they're "Sampeck's." Treasured
Togs at S7.50, fS.SO and
Nobby? did you ask? VERY! Coats double breasted; lapels rather
long: backs slightly shaped; and have Inverted side vents. Samo
makers make our young men's suits "Sampeck" people and that
tells the story ot style.
Come In navies, tans, browns and grays, ages 6 to 17. All such fab
rics as mixtures and novelties, come equipped with TWO pairs of
fully lined, service giving trousers. "Two trouser" idea alone
ought to "bring" you.
For hoys these swell military
collar styles -scores of fabrics,
dozens of styles - priced low as
This Boys' Shoe!
Tnt YT!U9 rcopin
Case is Argued
Complaint About Watered Stock
Bonds Issue Declared Not in
Troper Form by Lawyers.
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 23 (Special.) The com
pliant of It. H. Howell and others against
the Omaha and Council Lhiffs Street
railway company was argued befure the
railway Commission this afternoon. The
argument came up on i lie demurrer filed
by the street railway company. The com
mission has taken the matter under con-
I side ration. John L. Webster appeared for
the etreet railway company and Lysle
Abbott for the complnlnants.
The complaint afkrd that the State Rail
way commission find the physical valu
ation of the street railway company; pro
hibit it from declaring any dividends or
paying any Interest on bonds until the
physical valuation equaled the outstanding
stocks and bonds and make extension and
permanent Improvements until the physical
valuation equaled the outstanding obliga
tions; to reduce fares in accordance with
the valuation of the company as found
by the railway commission.
Mr. Webster contended that the State
Railway commission had no authority un
der the law to find the physical valuation
of the railway system, because of the pas
sage of the l!i9 physical valuation law,
phlch provided that first the steam rail
ways must be valued. When this Is done,
then the commission has authority to find
the valuation of other public service cor
porations. Street railways, he argued,
were not In the class with steam railroads,
but were defined In the definition of com
mon carriers, and over them the commis
sion had only a limited control, but not
authority to promulgate rates.
He also argued that the complaint was
not In proper form In that It asked for
three distinct decrees calling for three hear
ings. He attempted to show th? Inconsis
tency of tho complaint by showing that the
complainants desired the rates reduced and
at the Bame time asking that extensions be
Mr. Abbott argued that the complaint
was all right and it was not necessary thai
It be as though filed In a court. That it
was the duty of the commission to get at
the bottom of the facts and In doing this
commission, was not bound by the Iron
rules of a court.
When Is was necessary .In arriving at a
conclusion on a complaint he argued It
was the right of the commission to discover
the physical value of a street railway com
mission, even though the commission may
not have the right to order this done on Its
The argument ranged over a large field
In which General Webster cited cases to
show that where a specific attack was
made on a rate, the matter of the physi
cal valuation of property was not a part ot
CANCER TAKING MILLIONAIRE
(Seorice Crocker Slowly Dying; In
New York of Incurable
NEW YORK, Nov. 23. George Crocker,
youngest son of the late California mil
lionaire, Charles C. Crocker, Is slowly dy
ing at his home here from a malndy said
to be cancer. It was reported earlier In the
day that Mr. Crocker had hut d few hours
to live, but his brother, William H. Crocker,
said this afternoon that while the patient
was sinking each day, he did not believe
death was Imminent.
George Crocker Inherited one-fifth of the
$30,000,000 estate left by his father. In the
spring of 1908 he was operated on and
while the progress of the malady was
stayed for a time, the patient for weeks
has been graduully sinking. Mr. Crocker
Is about M years old. His wife died In 1!0I,
from the same malady with which Mr
Crocker Is said to be afflicted.
OMAHA GIRL WEDS IN DETROIT
Mian Florence Klnknlil, Niece of Con
arreuinan, Ilecomes Ilrlde of
DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 23. -(Special Tele
gram.) The wedding of Miss Flor. nce K n
kald of Omaha, niece of Congressman M.
T. Klnkald of Nebraska, to Major A. E.
Walton, adjutant general of the Michigan
Patriarchs Militant branch of the Indepen
dent Order of Odd Fellows, will take place
at the residence of Frederick W. Davis at
8 o'clock this evening. The bride arrived In
Detroit from Omaha Monday. She will wear
a gown of white satin trimmed with rose
point lace, and will be attended by Miss
H.den Taft of Chicago. Major and Mrs.
Walton, will have on their honeymoon
Immediately after the wedding reception.
On the.'r return they will take up their
residence In this city.
"stay good" and
r- 1 H
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Report Standard Oil Decision Will
Stop Consolidation Causes
NEW YORK, Nov. 23,-Following a
quiet thought somewhat feverish opening
of the stock market today there developed
In the first hour an outburst of selling
orders In the securities of Amalgamated
Copper, which sent that stock down from
91 to 874. The sharp plump In the price
of Amalgamated served to unsteady
otl t stocks and produced a decline In
other active Issues.
Accompanying the outpour of stocks were
signs of operations for the short account.
Reports that the proposed merger of the
co per properties would have to be aban
doned owing to the federal courts de
cision in the Standard Oil case were said
to be responsible for the sudden decline
in the market.
The heaviest dfdlne recorded In the first
hour were In Smelters, which dropped
from W:M to StfVand Reading, which fv-'ll
off a point. Steel common sold down to
87T4 from the opening price of 8SH. while
Union Pacific went off from 2014 to 200.
Liquidation was observed in Pennsylvania,
which fell about a point to 131V4.
A rally followed the excitement.
DE ARMOND BURNED IN HOME
(Continued from Page One.)
the house. James then was dragged to the
street by people who refused to let him
No cry came from the burning house, and
it was evident Congressman I)e Armond
and Waddle had been overcome. In fif
teen minutes more the house had been con
Nettle Boles, the maid, It developed latT,
had been one of the first to escape. She
was unhurt, but, oo frightened to compre
hend the situation, had fled from the
"Waddia" De Armond was the son ef
James A. De Armond. His right name was
David A. He was named after his grand
father and was the latter's favorite grand
child. The boy frequently resided at the
home of his grandparents, always sleeping
with the congressman.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 23.-In Mr. De
Armond the democrats lose one of their
leaders. A mamber of that body for the last
nineteen years and a man of education,
wlao experience and fluent speech, he had
become one of the principal sources of
his party In all discussions of national
consequences. He made a specialty of
labor subjects, but was never at a loss In
handling almost any question.
Mr. De Armond had' been on the bench
before coming to congress and he naturally
gave much attention to judicial subjects.
Ho was a member of the committee on
Judiciary and had held that post for many
Previous to the present congress, he also
was a member of the commute on rules,
but the selection of his colleague. Champ
Clark, as minority leader, rendered it
necessary to place Mr. Clark on that
committee, which had the effect of dis
placing Mr. De Armond, as two could not
be appointed from the same state.
While Mr. De ' Armond will be long re
membered for his brilliant oratory and his
power of sarcasm; he also will long be
known on account of his qualities as a
party fighter. - '
Inclined to - be- pugnacious, he often
pleaded subjeet"as an aggressor rather
than as a defendant. This qua'lty of mind
.was the means of getting him Into a
personal altercation, two years ago, with
John Sharp Williams, who was then the
democratic leader of the house.
The difference between them arose over
Mr. Williams' designation of a Missouri
colleague of Mr. De Armond's for a place
in the organization of the sixtieth con
gress. They came tq blows, but both being
light weights, neither was badly hurt.
Mr. De Armond was an aspirant for the
leadership of the house, but the recog
nition of Mr. Clark effectually cut him
out of that position. ,
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 23. -The charred
bcdles of Congressman De Armond and his j
grandson Waddle were found In the ruins I
nf tliplr hurneit home this ,ftmnnn Th I
bodies vTere buriird almost to a crisp, both
of De Armond's legs being burned off, as
was his arms. The bodies were lying side
by side, as if Congressman De Armond
had been carrying his grandson when death
overtook him. -
Hailley Makes Statement.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Nov. 23.-Gov-err.or
Hadley today gave out the following
statement on the death of Representative
De Armond: ,
"I am deeply shocked at the news of the
tragic death of Judge De Armond and his
grandson. The state has lost a public ser
vant whose long experience In and knowl
edge of public affairs gave him a deserv
edly high position In the national congress.
He was a man of unquestioned integrity
and ability and a close student of every
public question with which he had to deal."
CURTIS TO AID MACVEAGII
tContinued from Page One.)
appointed aa the plans are at present. The
choice of his successor will remain prin
cipally with United States Senator Root.
Haying lied l.lqnor by Mall.
Sixteen quarts of whTsTTy for (.0.80 is a
Quotation given for "red lUiuor" In Okla
homa in the official records of the Post
office department. In Oklahoma the sale
of Intoxicating liquors is prohibited by law.
Much of the liquor consumed in that state
is shipped Into Oklahoma from adjoining
states. Generally it Is ordered and paid for
Today Postmaster General Hitchcock re
ceived a letter from the pastmuster at
Miami, Okl., enclosing an application for a
money order made at that office. The ap
plicant wanted a quantity of "red liquor."
The older was made payable to a. concern
In Kansas City, Mo., and in the aomuiit
space thu term "sixteen quarts" was In
setted and in the dollar space the sum .a0.
Part of (anal Open.
Five miles of the Panama canal have
been opem d to navigation. This includes
the channel from a point in the Day of
Panama. Steamships plying between San
F'.anclsco and Panama and the west coast
ports of South America ard Panama are
using this part of the canal daily.
Should the Buffalo go ta. Panama for
marines to be transported to Nicaragua,
tills part of the canal would be utilised.
Representative Mondell Arrives.
Representative Mondell of Wyoming ar
rived In Washington today.
Woman Shot by Small Boy.
SIOUX FALLS, 3. D., Nov. tX (Special.)
As the result of a peculiar aocldent,
"Grandma" Kenyon. an aged and highly
respected resident of the little town ot
Naples, was seriously wounded and nar
rowly escaped with her life. Phe was in
the railway depot at Naples waiting tor s
train when she was the victim of the acci
dent. Some careless traveler had left a
loaded hammerless gun In one of the seats
dear her, and as was to be expected, a llttla
boy discovered the gun and eommenced to
play with It. la a moment the gun was
accldently discharged. The tnuiile was
pointed la the direction of Mrs. Kenyon at
'GOODYEAR RAINCOATS REION SUPREME'
SPECIAL HAiqCOAT SALE
Cravenctfcd Overcoats and Silk Water
proof Coats at Reduced Goodyear Prices 1
Women's lininconts and Silk Coats all now
popular shades, new styles, regular $18.00
and $120.00 values tomorrow
Men's Cravenetted Overcoats regular
$25.00 and $30.00 values- tomorrow,
at : :
Buy your raincoat now and save money; sooner or later you must
buy one anyway few nowadays are without one. Their usefulness is
appreciated more and more every day, as may be judged by the in
creased sale at our store. Don't be without a Goodyear Raincoat on
Thanksgiving day. ',
Orders by mail promptly attended to when accompanied by check
or money order. i
The only exclusive Itaincoat Store in Omaha.
RK.MKMllKli, we make all
goods we make at the wholesale
ioodyear Raincoat Co.
S. E. Corner 16th and Davenport Streets
Tiiero & Only Ona
USED THE WORLD OVER TO
Always remember the full name.
for this signature on every bos.
From 12 to 2 P. M.
From 6 to 8 F. M.
$1.00 Per Plate
These dinners will be fully up to
the standard already established
by Cafe Loyal. Tables may be re
served. Hotel Loyal
"At the Sign of the Red Arrow."
South End 16 ST.
HOME OF THE
We Make All We Sell
Omaha Trunk Factory
We also carry a fine line ot Ieatet gea
Deug. 105S 13U8 fuitai et In a. a.lOM
the time and the entire chatfie entered het
hip, making a very bad wound.
NAMES OF RURAL CARRIERS
Number of Nebraakana Remembered
hj Appointment to Office Hall
way Nail Clerks.
(From a Ptaff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov.' 2S (Special
Telegram.) Rural carriers appointed for
Iowa routes are as follows: Alnaworth,
route No. 3, Frank N. Harding, carrier,
no substitute; Jclce, route No. 1. Hans L.
Rygh, carrier, ICdward T. Felland, substi
tute; Nodaway, route No. S, II. I).
Vaughn, carrier, Carrie E. Vaughn, sub
stitute; Shanibaugh, route No. 1. Fred II.
Woodruff, carrier, Edward W. Fulk. rub
stitute; I'nionvllle, route No. 4. Edward
W. Wlnans. carrier, no substitute.
James Bogle was appointed post
master at Bushnell, Kimball county, Ne
braska, vice C. I'. Snyder, reaiKned.
Hugh Mooney of Aurora, Clayton Stew
ard of Albion, Q. Stewart. Joe F. Hoavel'
of Lincoln; J. D. Doentje of Blue Hill.
Neb., have been ailHlntd railway mall
Deapondeat Man liana Hliuarlf.
SIOUX FALLS. . L.. Nov. Ji (Special.)
A young man named George liarnt-s. aid
11. who It Is known has relatives at George
la., and who is believed to have formerly
been a resident of that place, commit! '4
suicide by hanging, at Chester, a small
town on the South Dakota Central rati-
tbe goods we sell and sell all the
price. Ituying here you have the
Quia Sao 99
CURE A COLO IH OM DAY.
All This Week for
To all men who visit our store
2d floor Old Boston Store, and
bring tills ud, we give a free
chance in a draAinB, for 5 Victor
Premium maehinis, eneh with 6
8-Inch records, value $30 each.
There are alao B00 Men's Arti
cles ranging In value up to 91.00.
Kach chance drnws one of iheo
in Helen (no blanks), us well as a
chance for one of tiie big prlsas.
All we a.sk Is that you visit our
department In the Old Boston
bitore and see for yourself the
splendid stock of Pianos, Players,
Victor Machines und records for
all phonographs. Player Music,
C'liulnela for Records and Music,
and hear the- almost Continuous
concerts und funny record.
You will enjoy the visit.
How soon ar you going to buy
that Victor? You know you must
have one and we want to get your
Easiest Kind of Easy Payments.
$10 to $60
Piano Player Co.
Old Boston Store, Second Floor.
Suit or Overcoat
to Order $20
To reduce our stock we will
make to order your choice of
our $23.00, $28)0 and $30.00
Suits and Overcoats
These are fine all wool
goods and are nice, bright
patterns. We use good lin
Hings and guarantee perfect
lit and workmanship.
All orders promptly filled.
301-306 South Iflth St.
road north of Sioux Falls. Ho hu:ig hi:n
self In the loft of a liv ry bai n. Hh was In
'. poor health and thla and the fact that u.
had been unable ti secure llKht employ,
ment. which woul he within his strength,
Is believed to have caused hl;n to take hia
own life. He had bei-n making bis hcad
unaiUra at the livery barn, where some A
the men sympathized with hlin and pro
vided Min with tlus n-cea.iaiifs of life.
THE UNITED DOCTORS
These Specialists Treat and Cun
More Than All Others.
INTERESTING COMPARISON OF FACTS
Tlielr Treatment Also Curt-s Largest
lVr Cent of Patients..
Kvrr.votie knows that there re mnnj
cures to the credit of each school of modi
The Allopath has been treat lug Mck peoplt
and curing dimase for hundred ot rnr,
ulio the Allopath liaa allowed many to die
who vhould have been cured.
The Homeopath has a history almllar to
that of the Allopath, though he haon't
been In existence So long. He, oo, has
cured many and let Othera die because bin
treatment did not reach all cases.
The Kclectlc has cured cases that could
not be reached by either the Allopath or
the Homeopath. lu he. also, has allowed
people to die uho'could have been cured
had they .been treated by either the Allo
path or Homeopath.
Thus Is shown both the good and bad Ol
the three schools of medicine. Kach makes
cures that could not be mude by either of
tha othea ichools, and each iiinkea failures
In cases that would have been cured by
cither of the other clii'o!s.
What is more self-evident that neither of
the three old schools l complete, but that
each Is simply a brancha pnit, a third
of the Kcier.co of IkuIiuk; (hut the only
perfect eysiem of nudlrma Is a union of
these three parts a fulled System, such
as is used by ihe I'nlted 1'octoia, who have
their Umahu Institute on the second floor
of the JVtvillc lilock, corner Sixteenth and
Harney Mne:s. That la the only logical
system that will fit all easos; that la the
twentieth icutury ssiem, and sootier or
later all the old school prejudices will die
out and all doctors w ill use the United
Of 1,1X2 cases treated by the United
OoctorK, In Oninha, In a given time, sta
tistics show l.Oltl cures, 68 who were bene
fitted and only :'3 failures. This la only a
fraction over i per cent of failures, while
statistics show that the. other schools have
near -10 per cent f failure.
Of course. In considering these figures. It
should be borne in mini that the United
Doctors never accept a case for treatment
unless they consider it curable; that is
one reason why their Institute on the
tecohd floor of the Neville Block, corner
Sixteenth and Harney streets. Is always
crowded with patients. Sick people know
they are sure of a cure If the United
Doctors accept their money.
Red Letter Day
HO Kxtra Stamps With
l'.uch Ton Hard or
Koft Coal Wednesday.
Dominion Lump or Nut, C Cf
per ton. pJ. JU
For furnace or heater use lump, for
range use nut.
No other coal equally as good at thla
The teams to make prompt de
livery, and the coal that satisfies.
PEOPLES COAL COPAP
1-117 Harney Street.
Doug. 3471, 1754.
THE PIUXOI'LKS of the BUSINESS
OMAHA LOANl BUILDING
Southeast (or. Itltli & Uodife Ms.
To The Public
Because we wish to liave the people know
1. Of our safe securities.
2. Money loaned only on first mort
gage on homes, the safest of all
3. Loans made only up to one-half
the value of these homes. i'
4. Abstracts showing good title ro
quired. Also Insurance.
6. Six per cent paid on deposlU.
ASSETS OVEB 3,900,000.
Your Patronage Solioltedl
G. V. I.oomls. Pres.
a. 51. Nattlnser, Sec. & Trens.
W. It. Adair. Ass't. See'y.
M ATTN EH TODAY, 8:18
IiAST TIME THURSDAY MIGHT
Ppeolal Matinee Thanksgiving.
Brady at Grtsnier Announce
rXKSjT TIME HEBE
A Gentleman from Mississippi
The Most Talked of Comedy of the
TKIDAY AID SATURDAY
' MATIWEB BJATTJKDAY
In Bis New Flay,
Sunday, 'The Oiil from Beotor's."
BEATS BEADY THURSDAY.
Prices i 15c, a&c, too, 76a
TONIOHT MATIMEE TODAY
All Heats 210
BEUX.AK yOYSTEg in
commencing Ttnralay Matinee
The Time, The rises, and Tbe Olrl"
m 11 HI I J IM L) aa'll US 'Ja
O fci is m ti m
ins. avise-eis, w w wna s mwwia . ni ni s
All This Week,
THE GIKI. IK THE U Jt AND8TAHD"
Spsolal Thanksgiving Day Matinee
It l tnt rrtces, 2jo to SI 60
Matinee Frlose, ilio to 100
KtartlnT Bm.d.iy, Nov. 1:3.
M CiBEW STOCK CO. Irlces: S3 and 360
' Uy HU!inoe, 3:1! Daily Htg-ht Ferf orm-
.ro 8:15. Tills Week Junii iSieger,
'lijthliis tlirlB." Kose itoyal, l.uuru Huek
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