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Till; HEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. APRIL 7. lOlrt.
Small Women s
White Suits nro grout l'avoi it
mil, Wo have tliein in great variety of
btylcs and fabrics.
r I la I'laniit-ls are good because of their
washable and iioii-sliriiikable iialitios.
These come all "white or with liair lint1
black or blue stripes, at 923.00
White serge and diagonals are always fa
vorites. We have them with long shawl
collars of black moire (like illustration)
Complete lines of coats. Skirts and fine
Shirt Waists for small women, in sizes
:v2 to ;;s.
lolK-I.V-'O I'AKXA.M ST.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
SOUTHERN PACIFIC ROAD
Mockhnlrtrrs lec ill Be;rhmont, K.,
hy rmi) nml I'.lec-t 1)1
rr'l"" LOl'ISVILLE. Kv.. . (,! r Th annual
msctlng of Hie stiickliohleis of the Southern
Taciflo company, a Kentucky rui poraltou.
was held today In H-'Cchinont. h .ul)iirb of
The stockholders, voting by proxv,
authorized a l.'.O.noo.ftXl Incoeasv in the
bonded Indebtedness of the company's prop
erty In San Francisco county and San
M.eto county, California.
R. P. Lovett was elected a director to suc
ceed the late K. H. flarrlman, and the
hoard ar now constituted Is composed of
the following: W. Bayard Cutting, Henry
W. DeForest. Robert W. Godot, Marvin
"While we sell more high priced suits than
any other clothiers in the city, because of their
high quality, we give no less heed to the demand
for goods at medium prices.
The same skilled hands that make our suits
and overeoats at $40.00 make those at $20.00.
All that is best at the price goes into every
garment turned out by our factory. '. ;
The difference is a matter of materials.
Our single wholesale profit gives the pur
cheaper especial values.
Browning,l(ing & Cq
B Kcloth,nq furnishings and mats,
u f,FTEENTH DOUGLA8 STREETS,
IL S. WILCOX. Manager.
In South Omaha You
Can Buy Furniture at 20 Per
Cent Below Omaha Prices
Compare Our Prices on
Carpets and Rugs
With Those Charged in Omaha
nviq Brussels Ruga, In beautiful paU
.ugs . ceauuiui pal- t tfWf
vAIfi terns and
designs -our price,
nvl a ' Velvet Rugs, handsome patterns
vAlu and good values at Omaha
prices, ut we ask 20 per C1C AA
cent less sold here for ....v"U
Axminster Rugs of very
quality, and noted 417
for long wearing, our price only
These prices are not for only one day,
but tor every day. . All new, 110 stock,
just nrrived -no Job lots.
V -rUrt.lM OAK HI FFF.T '
Or latest design, with drawers and
pnU as shown, beautiful de-
11 rr"';v"'r v1'l'i
me FyrraSture o
Himiictt, (. K. Huntington. K. s. Lovcil,
Clarence II. Mackay, Ogdeii Mills, Charles
A. I'eabody. William Rockefeller, M. I..
Sil.iff, W. v. rt. Thome, Frank A. Van
l'ilip and Olio II. Ka.hu.
LATTER DAYSAINTS MEET
Drcuntes Itcprrsentlnu One Hundred
Thousand Worshipers In I nnfrr
ciuT nl Kansas CH.
KANSAS CITY, April ti. I irlrnalis rep
resenting lon.ooo or.-h ipprr. met at Inde
pendence. Mo., today when the annual con
ference ofNtlm Reorganized Church of Later
I 'ay Saints w as called to order hy Joseph
Smith, the president of the church. Added
Interest attaches to the conference this
year and it marks the fiftieth anniversary
of the presidency of Joseph Smith. He la
the sou of Joseph Smith, the first presi
dent of the church.
Wilton, Bigelow and Dody Brussels Rugs
20 Per Cent Below Omaha Prices
STKICL t'tlt'H (like cut) strong
ly constructed folding couch, with
double supported spring full size;
a bed at niv;ht and an ornament at
day our price
Why You Buy Furniture 20 Per
Cent Cheaper In South Omuha.
Y have no high rent to poy you
receive the benefit of thin saving, and
all our eipenaes ara ao much lower
than in Omaha that we can give you
this bis saving.
All South Omaha car pa our
siur(. get off In front of our store at
Mill and L streets and the extra ride
ba aaved you perhaps from $20 to
$.SD Wortli while, lan't It?
Transfer from any OouUia oar. Bid
a few mluntes longer.
SII ALLEN BERCER IS ON LIST
Nebraska'! Governor Will Speak at
Iowa Democratic Dinner.
STREET CAR KAN FOR CHIEF,
I)f Mnlnrw I niiinil.nlnn MnLe
Apolnlmrnt I mler pw Iti
aline V. O. Pa j lie Will
( l"r i ma Staff t'oi re spondent.)
DKS MtINI. April .",.-( Special Tvlc
(tram.i The deinocialic committee today
announcid speakers for the hanudet Friday
evening. I ncl ut) i nt; Father Nugint. JudKe
M. J. Wade. Frank Ulnrhai t. L. T. Rich
mond. .John l. liinnlson. (leiieial J. 15.
Weaver, Claude I'orter. Wilbur Marsh. I 'an
Hamilton. .J. M. 1'Hikei. Harry Evani,
Jury Sullivan and Governor Siiallenbei ger
The newly elected city commission for
lies Moiin s only partly completed the re
organization of I lie norkluir force of the
city today, and Is having almost as hard
a time sccuiinir harmony as ihe old one did
two years a so. Today George Yeager was
named chief of police. He has long been
connected with the street car company as
a claim agent anil looking after court mat
ters. Neal Jones, formerly clerk to Mayor
Maihis. was made city clerk. Will Bur
nett whs re-elected fire chief. The police
Judpe and oihers have not been asreed
Pen n I'oleue Deal.
It is Informally learned that an iitti cement
has been MM'iired for luiiiKiun: IVuo college
from (tKaloosii to 1 'cs Moincn to occupy
the buildings of HiKhland Park colleae,
and perhaps to effect consolidation with
the same. The owners of the college will
not admit that the ih al is closed, hut it is
generally believed that It will he soon an
nounced. pv Cnuillilulea In Field,
The announcement was made today that
W. O. Payne, editor of the Nevada Repub
lican in Story county, will he a candidate
for congress against Hull and Piouly In
the Seventh district; :ali-o that Charles
(Irllk of I'avenport will he a candidate In
the Second district. C.rllk probably will
liavo no opposition for the republican nom
ination. Payne N the original Hiiti-Taft
man of lona and a staunch stand-patter.
Ht-nle Co in in II lee Meet.
The wage scale committee of the Iowa
mine operators met this afternoon for its
first session. , The use of mining machin
ery will be one demand on the part of Ihe
operators H was decided today.
The mine winkers oppose this provision
and it Is expected to be the chief bone of
eonleritlon in settlement outside of the in
crease in wages. The Joint executive board
meet tonight for the first session. The
mine workers will then demand the re
moval of two mine foremen, one at Pur
rees and the other of the Hlount.-F.vans
mine in Pes Moines. It is expected that
the meeting will be exciting.
SET YOUR COLOCK OR AAY FINE
Bill In Lower llomf I'm Idea $25
Levy (pan Anyone Owning;
WASHINGTON, April . Members of
congress do not Intend to miss their en
gagements because of faulty eloeka ex
posed In public places In the Plstrlct of
Mr. Courirey of .Missouri today Intro
duced in the huu.se a bill Imposing a fine
of $25 upon any person owning such a
clock that is not kept running or is found
to be two minutes off the right time.
FIRE AT NORTH POWNAL, VT.
Church In 'Which James A, Uarflrld
Taught School Among; Balld
, Inns D;Mroyed.
NORTH FOVV"NVL, VI., April 6. Fire to
day destroyed three buildings here, caus
ing a loss of about $75,000. Among the build
ings destroyed was the Congregational
church, in which former President James
A. Garfield taught school while a student
at Williams college.
Sl t't'ESS A(X)HX JAH HAXfJK
i m, ii .mmiiM.nmnii n,n ui 'ivmnni-ai'i i. ' . i
Everyone know tnat the Acofn
brand of stoves- is never sur
passed for superior construction
and perfect satisfaction. We
charge from $22.00 down to $1Q,
according to size. Don't buy a '
gas range before sneing the
Acorn at these prices. You'll (fa a
save several dollars ..... JjJU
24th and L Streets
ij SOUTH O MAN A
Fmident Curtails Hii Western Trip
Several Days and Will Not
Visit Hoofier Capital.
WASHINGTON. April (.-resident Taft
has cancelled his engagement to visit In
dianapolis on Way 5. While no stat'tuont
has been Issued In regard to this d ":1 ,.m,
It is believed to be the direct re.-i.it of the
events in the Indiana slate repuoiica..
It is not admitted at the Wh:t- Ho:tie
that the president had a definite cim.ni'-mr-nt
lij visit IndianapolUi. althjiisjli dis
patches from that city sevcr.il days auo
announced that the , presi-.lciit w .u;d b
thete from 8:30 p. in., unlll midnlv'.it of
In view of the clrcumsidiiecs suri-ot,n1-ing
yesterday's Indiana rep u- car, conven
tion, It w said by frlrnd.s ,jf uie ad tii.nj
tration today that if the pt.sMrnt tp kv
at Indianapolis at all, ie would more
than likely feel compelled to ,tiucs
again his weH known views ivgard-n,"? t'oi
Ta ne-Aldrlcl tariff bllt.
It was argued if the president should '!.)
this it might be Interpreted ndversely to
Senator Beverldge. and rather :li.'in he put
in that attitude Ihe president wilt give
Indiana a wide berth In 'ill f,-.t thcoming
visit to the middle west.
Np matter what Senator Uevi-'idi$'Vs iil
titude towards the adminlairtui )ii may be
the president told his ca'.i.'rs today, it l
said, that he had no dou'n in his o u
mind on that subject he .!!d not car? to be
drawn into the Indiana i iT. In nny'w.ty.
The president is anxious f r republican
success in Indiana and h)p-s th.tt the rc
publlcas under whatever tea, lc:i flip they
choose may be able to turn the i Id j against
It was said at the White Uous-j tod-iy
that the president's trip west, whlc.i J,e
gins April 29, probably will le curtail'd
several days, and H was Intimated Mat
this was likely responsible fjr the fal.ure
to v I i t Indianapolis.
The president had planned to spend three
or four days In Cincinnati, but it is now
likely that he will bo there only on May
3. He will be In St.- Louis May J. ftcrordipg
to the revised plan and be ,a;k in Wash
ington the mornihg of May ft.
INDIANAPOLIS', April 6. The Invitation
was extended to trie president by former
Vice President Fairbanks soon after his
return from his world tour. In a telegram
to the president, Mr. Fairbanks said the
citizens of Indianapolis and the state would
be pleased to extend him a genuine wel
come if he would arrange to visit the city
on his trip west.
The president accepted the Invitation and
plans were made to give the president a
Mr. Fairbanks expressed great disap
pointment when -informed today that the
president had decided to cancel his visit
here and said he would immediately send
a telegram urging him to visit the city if
ho could do so.
"I sincerely hope." said Mr. Fairbanks,
"that Mr. Taft. may reconsider the matter
and visit Indianapolis. I know the people
of Indiana wilr be glad to extend to him
the genuine hospitality for which they are
noted." " ,7'" , '
President Wlnfield Miller of the Com
mercial club; PtQsient A. y. Jones ot the
Board of Trda and othc citisens exr
pressed similar sentiments. It is expected
a meeting will be called and an effort
made to have ,v.he president visit this
Mr. Fairbanks and all those associated
with him in the preparations for the re
ception of President Taft declined to dis
cuss the report of the cancelling the en
gagement was due io the action yesterday
of the state republican convention which
did not endorse the new tariff law and
did endorse the course In the senate of
Senator Beverldge, who voted against the
TEACHERS TODAY AT FREMONT
Fifth Annual Pension Opens
Morning for Three laya
The fifth annual session of the East
Central Nebraska School Teachers' asso
ciation will convene at Fremont this morn
ing, to continue for the remainder of the
Kno hotel will be the headquarters for the
association. Other Fremont hotels will ac
commodate many who will attend and a
large number of Fremont's best private
homes will be open to teachers at reason
The . local committee consists of A. H.
Waterhouse, J. M. Matxen, Mrs. T. L.
Mathews, Miss Daisy Splckard. J. F. Han
son, D. V. Stephens and J. W. Nation.
A reception will be given tTie visiting
teachers by President and Mrs. W. H.
Clemmons at the Fremont college during
The officers of the convention are: W. A.
Yoder, Omens, president; Mary Strickland,
Fremont, secretary; John Speed ie, Benson,
treasurer. Executive committee: W. A.
Yoder, Omaha, chairman (ex officio); J. W.
Gamble, Plattsmouth; Charles Arnot,
The association comprizes twelve counties
in east central Nebraska.
General sessions will be held Thursday
evening. Friday morning, Friday evening
and Saturday morning.
Six sectional meetings will be held Fri
day afternoon. These are: Music section,
rural school and county superintendents'
section, high school section, grammar
school seotlon, primary section, story tell
These Omaha and South Omaha speaker
will be on the program:
Superintendent W. M. Davidson, Omaha;
Ml.. Grace Minor, pmaha; K. D. Uepson,
Omaha; Miss Cecil Lyons, South Omaha;
Miss Emma Roberts, Omaha; Miss Eunice
Ensor, South Omaha; A. R. Nichols, South
Omaha; Perry iMac-D. Wheeler, South
Among other speakers will be:
f uperlntendent 8. L. Fleeter, St. Paul,
Minn.: Dr. Samuel Avery. Cnlver.ity of
Nebraska; Mr. Bradford Knapp., Depart
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C;
Prof. Arthur MacMurray, Ames, la.: Dr
A. E. Turner, Hastings, Neb.; Thomas
Brooks Fletcher, Cleveland O. ; Superin
tendent A. H. Waterhou.e, Fremont, Neb.;
Prof. W. H. Clemmon.. Fremont, Neb.;
Superintendent A. A. Reed. 1'nlversity of
Nebraska: State Superintendent E. C.
Bishop, Lincoln, Neb.
Miss Mary Kraeger, daughter of John
Kraeger and Mr. Cornelius Messier were
married by Rev. Charles W. Savidge at 11
a. in. Tuesday at his residence. They were
accompanied by Mr. P. M. Kurts snd Mis.
Minnie Born. The entire party waa from
Plattsmouth, Mr. and Mrs. Meslr went at
one tp Denver, where they will make
MOTzmjara or oobav Taajsumpg,
Liv ICR root,
T H I L A I K I .r H I A . .'1 WlorS . . . .
.AN rHANWCO,. .
In. of Japan
CLEAN SWEEM'OR SOCIALISTS
New Party Elects Mayor of Milwau
kee and Controls Council.
WILL NOW TRY OUT THEORIES
Platform (alia for Three-tent Tar
fare, with Sent, for All, then per
Gaa and Work for I em
ployed at I'nloa nam,
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. April .-The social-democratic
party, which swept Mil
waukee city and county In yesterday's
election give Kmil Seldel. Its candidate for
mayor. 7.110 plurality according to complete
returns, or about l oot) fewer than approxi
mated late last night from the Incomplete
returns. Seldel's plutallty Is the largest
In the history of Milwaukee's municipal
elections with the exception of the elec
tion of ISftS, when liavid 8. Rose, democrat,
had 7, ST..
The total vole: Seidel. IT.iWJ: V. .J. Schoe
necker. Jr.. democrat. 20.313; Dr. John M,
Beffcl, republican. 1 1 , 22.
The new council consists of twenty-one
social-democrats, ten democrats and our
In the new board of supervisors there
will b". eleven social-democrats, tluca
republicans and two democrats.
The social-democrats elected two out of
seven civil Judges.
Ten bond questions, providing for arlous
city improvements, carried.
The result of the election In Milwaukee
gives the socialist-democrats practically
complete power In civic matters for the
next two years.
Platform of Socialist.
Many reforms are advocated by the social-democrats,
which they will now at
tempt to put into effect. In addition to
home rule for the city, the Initiative and
referendum, for which all three parties
stood, additional measures which the so
cialists advocate Include municipal own
ership, the sprinkling of streets by the
street railway companies over Its various
lines, a seat for every passenger In street
cars, 3-cent street car fare, eight-hour
day for labor, cheaper gas, municipal light
plants, full share of taxes by corporations,
cheaper bread, and work for the unem
ployed at union wages at an eight-hour
As the street railway company has a
franchise which governs its rate of fare,
and owing to the fact that the state rail
way rate commission regulates the matter
of fares, the new political power In Mil
waukee probably will not be able to bring
about any changes in this line.
Home rule cannot be brought Into effect
unless through legislative enactment, which
failed at the last session of the legislature.
City Own. Ka. Plant.
Milwaukee now has Its own municipal gas
plant and water works and efforts to es
tablish a municipal electric light plant
somo time ago were blocked through a legal
technicality with regard ta bonds. This,
however, may be overcome under the new
Mayor-elect Seidel does not look on the
victory as a personal one. "The defeat of
the capitalist party was foreordained be
cause It stood on wrong principles," said
the new mayor.
Victor L. Berger, a prominent socialist
and a national character and also political
adviser to the mayor-elect, and who was
elected aldermsn-at-lorge, says the citizens
of Milwaukee, even the moneyed Interests,
nefd have no fear during the socialists'
regime. Everybody,, he says, will get &
There will be a thorough cleaning out of
the city hall of persons who have held clvio
power over a long period of years. Among
the more important positions to be filled
are those of health commissioner, city en
gineer, building Inspector, commissioner of
public works, water register and a mem
ber of the police and fire commission.
CONFIRMED BY SENATE
H .C. Booker Will Be In c harge of
Federal Office at Ciolhen
hrg. (From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, April 6. (Special Tele
gramsThe senate today confirmed the
nomination of the following postmasters:
Nebraska Henry C. Booker, Gothenburg.
Iowa William M. Copeland, Burlington.
South Dakota George H. Grace, Lead;
Edmund G. Pettlnglll, Frederick; Nettle II.
Representative Maguire of Nebraska to
day Introduced a bill granting a pension
of 13 per month to all honorably dis
charged soldl-rs and sailors who served at
least ninety days during the war with
Mexico and who have or may reach the
age ot 70 years.
The secretary of the interior has ap
proved the award ot the following con
tracts for excavation of portions of lat
eral system under the North Platte irriga
tion project In Nebraska and Wyoming:
Eddie E. Madsen, Mlnatare, Neb., excava
tion 8.KO0 cubic yards of material, $1,104;
N. A. Nelson, 7,900 cubic yards excavation,
1'32; J. P. McAllister, 41,900 cublo yards
excavation, $2,514.75; George W, Horn,
$,300 cubic yards excavation, $iK3.
Iowa postmasters appointed are: Wells-
burg, Grundy county, Henry A. Schmltt,
vies W. E. Reed, resigned; Wst Side,
Crawford county. Christian R. Kracht, vice
W. L. Spottswood, resigned.
Rural carriers appointed are: Iowa-
Perry, route 4, Cordellus Drlscoll carrier.
Michael Driscoll substitute. South Dakota
nK tristful to
Ita antiseptic clean-
cleans in jr and
log tartar, giv
ing a whole
n r Jess
There la a grocer with whom I dealt
Who thought be waa wonderou.a wise;
He sent me a sack of "unknown" flour
With which to bake my pies.
But he baa lost ray patronage.
Just from that very day,
ror It Is Prlds of Omaha that I want;
All other, can fade away.
Mrs. Dan W. Coun.eman,
W. H. Merritt & Co., One of the
Largest Cash Housci in
CHICAGO. April C Suspension of the
cash grain house of W. H. Merritt A Co.
was announced on the Board of Trsde
today. Customers were notified to close
out llielr trades.
W. II. Merrllt . Co. has for many years
been one of the most important firms In
the cash grain trade and the failure caused
Tiie reasons for the suspension are closely
allied to those which on Monday forced
another cash grain house the Burns-Yanlis
liialn company to suspend, namely, the
decline in coin prices recently. Eastern
customers of the Merritt company, having
bought at Urn high price for later delivery,
are said to have :epudlated their contracts
with the market decline.
This forced the brokers lo seek other
outlets for their grain, and while holding
it much of it "went hot," or in other words,
A member of the urm declared creditors
would be paid In full.
MURDER OF WOMAN
.Man W ho Killed l l Martha B.
Ulackntone of Worcester, Ma..,
I Bertram ti. Spencer.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.. April . Bertram
Gage Spencer confessed today to the mut
tier of Miss Martha B. Blackstnne at the
heme of Mrs. Sarah .1. Dowe on Round
Hill, this city, last Thursday night.
Spencer also confessed to the commission
of a long series of burglaries.
Miss Flackstone and Miss Harriet P.
Dowe, school teachers, were shot by a
masked robber, who entered the Done
home on the evening of March 31. Miss
Dowe. is recovering.
In his confession Spencer said he did not
Intend to kill Mi'j Blackstnne or wound
Miss Dow. He snld that when he saw the
women In the house he was frightened
and tluit he fired his revolver on Impulse
rather than with any intention of Injuring
Spencer was arrslRiied on the charge oi
murder today and held without bail for i
continued hearing April IS.
BODY FOUND NEAR JATAN, MO.
Corpse of Man Supposed to Hare Been
Murdered Float Down the
I A TAN. Mo., April 6. (Special Telegram.)
An unidentified man, age between 40 and
50. weight 170. was found dead two miles
south of latan today. Two front false teeth
are the only means of Identification. The
man, who was well dressed, had ,been dead
pbout six days, and floated down the river.
He Is supposed to have been murdered.
Chamberlain's Oougn Remedy is a medl-
cine of great worth and merit. Try It when
you have a cold.
Shipment of 540 men's and women's $20
to $35 Spring Factory Sample Raincoats
and Silk Waterproof Coats (received last
Saturday) still on sale. While they last
SB-50 to S12-50
Bear in mind that this Is the only ex
clusive Raincoat store in Omaha. We
manufacture all we sell, and we sell all
we manufacture DIRECT TO YOU at a
For the "Autoist"
You will find here the most complete
assortment of the newest ideas In Auto
Wearing Apparel. Stock consists of Auto
Coats, Sllp-Ons, Rubberized Coats, Eng
lish Garbadlnes and Zephyr weight Rub
ber Coats rain and wind proof at prices
5 to 550
VJ Raincoat Co. (Ai
S. . Cor. 16th and Davenport
Sts. Hotel Loyal Bldg.
MAIL ORDERS Given Prompt
Whether John D's philanthropy
cornea jroar way or not, you're going
to deck your 'physlque" In new
raiment this Spring, art thou not?
And that new attire ought to be
made for yon. It ought to be con
scientiously evolved from the very
fabrio that will blend best with your
per.onallty. It ought to include
those Individual design-touches that
will make those garment, truly ex
pressive of your own Individuality.
That means MacCarthy-Wllson
Suits to order, $25 and up?
804-300 South lflth BL
Near 16th and Faraain SU.
-II,,atd. ini.te I. c'hailrs L.
t ier no suiistitiit
Fine materials, ar
t i s t i c (lcsi'jninu.
high class needle- J
wttti i4i iin vi Will I -7
nan t features o f
five they arq, the '
best clothes Value
possible to produce
for $25 and are ded
icated to liVen
vv h o would dress
well at moderate $
Our other price ranges
for suits,. overcoat'. 'ami
raincoats are $18 to $40.
AYo would like to sfiryou
your clothes this sciimui. tDroj)
in and t.ilk it over. -
The Dourke preferred -
that's our $;;.)) hanierits .
your coiisilorntioii whet you
bolcct your next
318 S. 15 th St
Can you get orders from
dealers for a high grade spe
cialty lino, in a good terri
tory? Have you a- position
now? If you want .to in
crease your Income, if "you -have
a position now but want
a botler one with excellent
opportunities, , If you want a
good salary and expenses
with the chance to earn good
commissions on excess busi
ness, then we want to talk
with you. Not a 6nap, but a
good, steady Job that will
grow as fast s .you do. , .An
idle man will not be consitj-.
ered. Give particulars. Box
332. Omaha, Nebraska.
The paper that goes to the
homes brings advertisers the
Honday Evening,; ;
April . 11th v
1 5th and Howard Streets
TICKETS WOW SStLUTCt.' ,A
Beserr.d Beats $1.00, il.EO and i fS.Oa
1,600 Seats at 60 Cnt.,,m BAl. ;
EKZLTV 1 BTOITE. .
'Zl BRAIIDEIS Kf!
Speolal Katin.a Saturday for Benefit Of
rre.b Air Carnp .
DOROTHY MORTON .
In Err Oreat Opera SucoesS '
TEE Wit OW JOJTES.r '
4 Says, Starting Sunday, April 10 1 Stats
Today, H.nry W. Saver Offers
MISS PATSY .
With Oertrud Qnlnlaa and all Star Oast.
MATiaXB TODAY 9(15.
Might .100, 16, 8 So, 3o, EOo
Matinee ICo, 80e, lao
H.zt W..k, Mrs. T.mpl.'s Tel.grsm.
ff Dl lr txsatkjk xoxa
gfUVI le-8&-Ma-Se. '
TONIGHT AT $:15; '.
MATINEE TODAY AT S.Iil)
ALL KEATS 2f,0 - " ,
Dramatization of Mis. South worth's Book'
Next Thurnday A Uoyt Slave.
AOVAjrCXD AUOXTII.Z.B Mas. livery
Say, Bslo Evening- Pert ormanoa,' :1S
This Week faui Spadonl, Harry 'J'ate's
English Coir.nany, Donald Bowlea. Keno
Welch and Melrose, Ha.ona Strand 'Opera
Quartette, Hal Merritt, Fox tog Vexle'.
Circus. The Klnodroms and tiie I'rphHum , a
Concert Orchestra VBICXS 0h, B5o, 60t.
THE FLONZALE Y QUARTET
famous i iiauioer-niusic Organization
V. W. C. A., AUDITOR I CM
I HUIWDAY KVK., APKIf, 7
i it Lets C1.00 and 9 1. SO, HrllUtg SOU
lioytl Theater Uldg. Maagwiiieiit
Ktrlyn Hopper. Telephone, Ited SUM.
ttct DTTfy'ati wJek. elo.mg Vrlity night.
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The blr fun event. Cash prises ,
ladles' Slme Matln.s Bally a 4
Sat.-th. Grew Company in :" ih UJi.nge
Adv.nturt. of Miss Frown."
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