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An Ideal Economy Combination
Infants' and small
the West'! largest children's specialty store .
at priros a third, a half and even less, than
Read and Then Come,
Many are hml
made ami hand
7e alups .... BOO
Sc alue . . . .780
If. 15 values ..80
I'p t 12. 2& v.il'io".
Xnfacts' nnd Children's Whit Dresses
Loaf and Short Styles
J I. .15 valiiea SSo $1.7 values ... 81.85
Il iJ value. . .88.95 $4 50 values. . .$3.60
Lp to IIS. 00 va ue at 813.00
fine lot of slightly soiled AVIilte Ureseei
at llHlf Prlre and lea.
iKxtrs value In l.re-
- ' TT
I p to Ih.llO lllf
. ly mused from
ImnilllnK. aUea .
to 14 B0
I'p to S5r white
Aprftna, sizes 4
In 1 ? 4Ha
All Children's Cunts in the January Clearance yz Off.
law of ths land, the constitution or other
wise. There was a way, however, without
violating the letter or the spirit of the con
stitution, without Violating any rule of the
house, by which a. majority of this hotise,
when this precedent as made might have
worked Its will.
New Majority Made.
"But ths majority of the house substan
tially acting together and reinforced by a
minority of ths majority, made a new ma
jority, and that new majority, under ths
leadership of the gentleman from Missouri,
Mr. Clark, worked what, he declared to be
a revolution. Now that could have been
accomplished by a majority removing tbe
speaker from ths committee on rules, de
claring tha pla.es vacant and electing some
member who would work the will ' or the
majority, but that course was not pursued.
"However, ths house la now In good tem
per. Titers la no election pending In the
near future) ths great press ef ths coun
try and ths great leaders of ths 'respective
parties are erule.f W o are not esoltedr-.,
"The chair declines to follow ths Judg
ment of ths house at this last session- (
this congress under .which it mads the
precedent and In making this decision ths
chair makes It with the highest respect
for lira house, because the present occupant
of the chair, after nearly- forty years of
service, has the highest respect for the
house and has no desire,' now, or in the
future by voles, vote or ruling to favor
any rules of procedure which will thwart"
or unduly embarrass the house In working
"Ths chair, therefore. In effect, appeals
to ths house from a decision of that same
houss made In great excitement, when the
waves of partlanshtp were high, doing so
after the wind had ceased, and the billows
have paused away and ths sea la serenely
"Ths chair, therefore, sustains ths point
Hrpabltrans Tanat Democrats.
In the oourss of ths debate which pre
ceded the vote, ' ths republican members
taunted the democrats unceasingly for their
Changs of front. The houss was In Its
gayest mood and In ths three hours ths
fUlht lasted, there was an almost continu
ous gale of laughter.
Charged with Inconsistency. Representa
tive KttsgeraJd of Nsw York, ons of the
dtunocratlc leaders In ths rlues fight, re
torted that for ths saks of Inconsistency
he did not propose to be foollahr.
Champ Clark of Missouri, slated to suo
ceed Speaker Cannon, voted to sustain
the chair on the asms point of order
which furnished ths basis for the sue
ceaaful Insurgent campaign of laat March,
ths republicans broke Uuo storms of ap
plause. Representative I'nderwood of Al
abama Joined Mr. Fltxgsrald In frankly
admitting that ha thought the speaker
was right In his ruling laat March and
that he ruled In line with ths precedents
of ths house. "But." satd Mr. Vnder
wood. "ws voted to overrule the speaker
because we thought the time had come
for a revolution and for the majority
of ths houss to express Its will. At thst
Urns there was reason to belisve the rule
comml(ee was attempting to obstruct
legislation. No such condition exists today
and consequently there wil be no revolu
tion." "Then when you voted to overrule the
speaker you admit you enraged in n
unlawful enterprise," said Representative
Mann of Illinois.
"It was not unlawful. It was necestary."
replied Mr. Fitzgerald.
lasarseata Na4 Dowacaat.
"Ths Insurgents refused to bo down
cast at their defeat. Twenty-six demo
crats voted with them against the speaker
and they claim "these Insurgent demo
crats" will bs their allies In all future
"Poppycock," said Champ Clark, when
told of thla.
"Every man voted as he pleated. That
was my ad vies to them. The vote hat
no significance whttever as a party propo
sition." Ths Key to ths Situation Res Want Ads.
We Examine and Correct
All Eye Defects.
HUTES0N OPTICAL CO.
213 South 16th St.
ft aVT'urw. '
1 1 9 i i r?3 Mrs
Innnnntr aPI - w n . sv
JdllUcU y Lit'dl dllCt
J thildren's I
I Wear for les I
children's wear, from v
SUk and Knitted
fiV allien . . . ,38a
75c valuer .... 650
tl 00 vsIiias . . S80
tl 15 values . .$5
I'p to U.2& value"
K o n n e t a t'.iat
were worth up
to t!1.50 800
Mc values ....30
11.26 values ..79o
Governor Carroll Will Deliver Mes
. sage to Solons Then.
OPENING DAY WrTHOUT INCIDENT
Democrats Tropoae Plan Whereby
Committee Will Make I'p gtaadlos;
Committees of the Iloase .
. Grand Jarors at Work.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE3 MOINES, la.. Jan. .-(SpeclaI Tele
gram.) It Is probable that the Inaugura
tion of Governor Carroll and Lieutenant
Governor Clarke will take place On Thurs
day, though ths event will not be espe
cially Important, as they succeed them
selves, " Ths biennial messsge of the governor
will be delivered to ths joint assembly of
the. legislature tomorrow! afternoon: All
the preliminaries now havs 'been attended
to, .but ths official count .of the vote must
be made before the' Inauguration date can
bs fixed. ; . ...
The opening ceremonies wsrs without In
cident other than the starting of a re
form movsment by ths democrats looking
to having a committee of nine maks np
ths standing committee of the houss. This
was not actsd upon and will bs votsd down
tomorrow. It Is doubtful If ths democrats
themselves will support ths resolution.
Owing to ths prevalence of typhoid fever
In Des Moines the State Board of Health
Issued a warning to the legislature against
drinking watsr snd the senators ordered
sanitary drinking fountains.
Grand Jsry Inatrneted.
In district court here today Judge Brad
shaw Instructed the grand Jury to Investi
gate and Indict persons guilty of reckless
driving of automobiles and motor vehicles
and called attention to tha large number
of serious accidsnts ths last year. He also
advised a careful Investigation of ths ao-
i counts of all public offlcera. tha manage
ment of ths public prisons within ths
county, ths willful and corrupt mieconduot
In office of all county officers and the ob
struction of highways.
to Make Reparation
Midwest Lines Will Refund Over
charges to Shippers in Missouri
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.-An order was
entered by ths Interstate Commerce com
mission today authorising certain railroads
operating In the middle wsat to pay to
shippers reparation on shipments mads to
them from Allantlo seaboard tsrritory.
Ths order wss based upon ths original
order of the commission In ths Burnham
Munger case, which was sustained by the
supreme court of ths United States. The
order provided that between Chicago and
the Missouri river transfer points a re
duction of cents a hundred pounds should
be muds on flrst-cUss freight, the reduc
tion being from SO cents.
State Stamp Taxes
on Futures Are Valid
Supreme Court Holds that They May
Be Levied Without Violating
WASHINGTON. Jsn. .-A stamp tax on
ale for future delivery of storks, grain,
provisions or other commodities may bs
imposed according to a decision today
of the supreme court of ths I'nlted .JUatea
In passing of the Missouri stamp act of
rWSSOURI GRAIN STATUTE
UPHELD BY SUPREME COURT
' Abolish la "Dirt Rale" af Kaa
aaa (tty Board af Trade Is De
WASHINGTON. Jan. I -Upholding ths
power of a stats to tass upon ths question
of how much dirt Is likely to be found In a
carload of grain, the supreme court of the
I'nlted States today sustained a Missouri
ststuts thus abolishing a ruls ef ths Board
of Trade of Kanaea City, Mo., for tha re
duction of 108 pounds from ths weight of
each carload of grain bought by Its mem
bers, as sstlmated dirt.
iGOY. STUBBS TAKES OATH
Republican State Officers in Kansas
Begin New Terms.
TRUST PROBLEMS .ABE DISCUSSED
Kaeentlr Says Ibnr la I alTrraat Ie-
man for Rial. IMatnly Written)
AatUMonosinly stafetes la
TOFEK A. Kan.. Jan. 8 Joernor W. Tl.
fltuhba and the other republican state offl
rera of Kansas were Inaugurated In rep
resentative hall here today. The oath was
administered to each official by Chief Jus
tice Johnaton of the stsie aupreme court.
Three of the atate officer began serving
their third terms today. The fflolsls are
Mark Tullty, state teramirer; K. T. Falr
chlld, Mate superintendent of public In
struction, and Frank Ryan, railroad com
mlsslonor. t.overnor Stuhha. who began his aecond
term, delivered jn Inaugural sildresa:
Ha paid In part:
"There Is a universal sentiment among
our people demanding the enactment of
rigid, plainly written lawa that will loosen
tha Iron grip which has been fastened on
the coinmerre oi ths nation by monopolies
and trusts. A fslae and Illegal Industrial
system has been eatabllahed In America
which robs the people of the benefits of
competition and compels every man, woman
and child to pay tribute In excessive, ex
tortionate profits, which aggregate many
hundreds of millions annually to trusts,
combinations and monopolies.
"By crushing out competition the Hteel
trust has been able to maintain extortion
ate prlcea for sreti .ails, ateel and its prod
ucts, Iron and Its products, while the cost
of production of these goods has constantly
"In the face of the enormous reduction
In the cost of moving freight, the railroads
are actually clamoring for higher rates."
The legislature will meet tomorrow.
XBW GOVKRMOR OF OKLAHOMA
He Says Const It atloa Inrladra Beat
Parts of All Others.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okl., Jan. S.-Thls
city witnessed for the first time the In
stallation within Its borders of stats of
ficers, when I.ee Cruce, as governor, and
the other democratic state officials were
Members nf the legislature and visitors
from all parts of the state were present
Oovernor Cruce Is a natlva of Kentucky
and 160 former Kentucklans acted as an
escort, marched behind his carriage to the
Auditorium building, where ths Inaugural
ceremonies were held.
Immediately after the oath of office was
sdmlnistered to him Governor Cruce de
livered an inaugural address.
lis took occasion to defend ths constitu
tion of ths young state, branded, he said,
by Its enemies ss radical, even vicious.
Governor Cruce said In part:
"Ws assert there Is nothing radical, or
strikingly new -In our constitution. Ws
have simply attempted to profit by the
experience of others. Oklahoma's constitu
tion Is the condensation Into a single In
strument of the best and most vital pro
visions to be found In forty-five other stste
"That operation under tha constitution
Is cbnduclvs to good government la estab
lished by ths unprecedented growth of
Oklahoma since statehood. -
"During these three years the Increase In
taxable values have averaged 1 100.000.000 a
year, until now ths total taxabla wealth
of 'the stats ..approximates . $1,000,000,000.
This wonderful growth has been accom
plished during a period of national financial
depression, supplemented by ths most
merciless and unwarranted attacks of tha
state's .enemies ever witnessed In political
"Capital and labor should bs friends.
Both are sorely needed In ths futurs de
velopment of the state and neither shall
unduly oppress the other If I can pre
HARMON UKUINt giOCOXD TERM
Ohio Eseeatlve Takes Oath, hmt Omits
I'soal Iaaugaral Address.
COLUMBUS, O., Jsn. .-Judson Har
mon was Inaugurated governor of Ohio
today for ths second time with the severest
of Jeffersonian simplicity.
The oath was administered by Chlsf Jus
tics William T. Spear.
Mrs. Harmon, members of ths family and
friends, officials and such or ths public as
could find place In ths room witnessed
The omiaslon of an Inaugural 'address
mads ths inaugural of Governor Har
mon unprecedented. As far as known the
governors of Ohio havs alwava mai .
address after their Inauguration outlining
Most of ths demociatlo officials took of
flcs today. Atlss Pomorene wu awnn.
as lieutenant governor and Wednesday he
eieciea united States senator.
SMITH MAY GET THE PLACE
(Continued From First Page.)
sens, lawyers and business man of ths com
J. M. EUlngsworth of Lincoln Is In
Washington on business bsfora tha cm.
mlasioner of Indian affairs.
Miss Vouger, secretary of tbe Nebraska
stats university extension work, Is In
Washington on her way to aPterson, N. J.,
to taks chargs of settlement work of ths
Toung Women's Christian association un
der the auspices of ths silk manufacturer
of that place.
Senator Norrls Brown presented th. f.i.
lowing petitions and resolutions:
Petitions from sundry fratem! nt-n
of Harvard. Bloomlngton. Lexington and
Arapanoe praying for enactment nf ii..
latlon providing for admission for publica
tions of fraternal societies to the mall. .
second class matter.
Petitions from sundry rltisens of Nor
folk, eKsrney. Cosad, Hebron, Wahoo and
Schuyler protesting against ths passage of
a parcels post.
BALLOON SIGHTED IN ALABAMA
Tarty Which Left St. I.onla for New
York. Senday Paases Over
FLORKNCE. Ala.. Jan. .-A large bal
loon paaaed over Florence this morning
St sn altitude ef about 800 feet. The bas
ket contained two passengers. No message
ST. LOUI8, Jsn. .-Ths balloon which
parsed over Florence. Als., today prob
ably wss ths St. Louis No. 4. which left
here late yesterday In a strong wind, sail
ing southeast. Ths basket eontslnsd J.
Cowan Hulbert and Paul McCullogh. Ths
aeronauts' objective point was Nsw Tork.
Civil tenrla avad Arasr Beards.
WASHINGTON. Jan. s.-Clvll court a
have no jurisdiction lo review the pro
ceedings In an army board for the promo
tion of officers, according to a decision
announced today by the supreme court of
the I tilled Stales In the rase of second
lieutenant Winslow Hart Ret-ves of the
artillery corps. I'nlted States army.
TO rt Bll A Com 1.1 IIXI DAT
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets.
)rur!i refund money If It tails to cure E,
W. SHOVE I signature Is eo each bea. ha
University of Iowa
Scientific Party Will
Visit Lysan Island
Four Men Will Spend Three Months
Collecting Material Rtlative to
Study of Bird life.'
IOWA f'lTV. la. Jan. 8. -(Special.
April i nt this year will witness the de-
1 partnre of a party of four from the I'nl
j versify of Iowa, consisting of Prof. Homer
i l. Mill, taxidermist: William M. Marksy,
I a scenic artist of New York and two as
sistants; Horace Voting, president of the
liberal arts senior class of the state uni
versity, and Clsrence Alhreeht. s student
of taxidermy here for the l.nysen Island
for one of the most Important scientific un
dertakings ever attempted by the uni
versity. The Island Is located miles
southwest of the Hawaiian Islands and
upon It the partv wlll.be marooned for h
period exceeding three months during which
time the members thereof will have no
communication with the outside world.
The entire tlms will be spent In collecting
a vast amount of scientific material re
lative to the study of bird life while Mr.
Mackay, the nrtlst ef the expedition, will
busy himself with numerous sketches nnd
VhotngrAphs of the birds there.
To Prof. Charles C. Nutting of the natural
s lenee department of the state university
the ultimate culmination of the alms of
tha s hool In thfs direction Is rearon-lble.
for It was through a recent visit of his to
Washington, l. C, that government aid
wss secured to ths extent of mHking the
expedition possible financially. In return
for a certain concession of the govern
ment the university will prepare an ex
tended report of bird" life on the island.
April 6 will mark the date of embark
ment from Ran Francisco. The I'nlted
Plates transport Sheridan will convey the
party to Honolulu and on April 15 the
I'nlted States revenue -cutter Thetis will
tske the members to Toysan. 800 miles
The material secured Is to be brought !
back to Iowa City, mounted and assembled
Into real 1st lo deproductlon or cylorama !
of the scene of 1 jiysan. Thla huge affair 1
of the dimension of 3."x50 feet. romprlHlng
over 4" mounted birds, literally millions
of painted ones on the scenery forming
the background will be, say local author
ities, positively unique In the scientific
world. It Is said to be the first affair of
its kind ever attempted by United States
Stop That (oath Now
With Brown's Bronchial Troches.
BEYERIDGE ON LORIMER CASE
(Continued From First Page.)
fleers of justice had nothing to do with
"Abanrd and Grotesque."
Ths dismissal by ths majority report
of charges that three members had paid
bribes to four other members of the Illinois
legislature becaOss the three had denied
tha charges and the confessed bribe-takers
were not to be believed is then referred to
by Senator Bevertdgs, who asks:
"What else did the majority ask these
accused bribe-givers to do except to deny
that they gave ths bribes; whst else could
they have dons, unless they, too, con
fessed? Did ths majority expect every
body connected witU'these corrupt proceed
ings to oonfessT" r:-.. , i"
Tbe explanations tf. the alleged bribe
giversBrown, 'Urqderlclt and Wilson of
fhelr transact frm wth 'other members of
the legislature ahtf' Af their presence In St.
Louis at ths time ,tlje so-called "jackpot"
fund Is said to hays been distributed, are
declared by Senator Beverldge to be "ab
surd and grotesque:"
Ths position taken by ths minority report
that there were seven tainted votes shown
to havs been cast tor Senator Lorimer is
In line with that of Senator Fraxler, who
dissented from ths subcommittee report
filed In ths cass.
The Bevertdgs report goes further, how
ever. It says:
"But these seven votes, which under the
statute and the precedents ars enough to
Invalidate this election, were not all of ths
tainted votes cast In this putrid transac
tion. Ths testimony shows that at least
three additional votes were cast those of
Clark, Shepperd and Luke."
Ths report says that Shepperd and Clark
did not confess and Luks could not, be
cause he died before ths Investigation, but
that ths evidence "convicts them of having
shared plunder at the same time snd place,
from ths same hands and for the same
consideration as their fellow members who
repeatedly testified to having received It
and who were afterward shown to be In
possession of It."
Lorimer Not Elected.
Regardless of whether Sheppard got any
money for his vote, Senator Beverldge con
tends be was bribed to vote for Senator
Lorimer by the promiss of influence con
cerning a postmastershlp.
Senator Beverldge discussed at great
length ths statutes on ths subject of elec
tion frauds and said they upheld his con
tention that Mr. I x rimer must havs re
ceived 102 "untainted" votes in order to be
elected. As his total vote was 108, the
seven votes which many persons agree were
tainted, were sufficient. Senator Beverldge
held, to Invalidate ths Election.
Deducting ths ten votes which he be
lieved were tainted ths vots of Mr. Lori
mer would bs reduced lo ninety-eight, or
four leas than a majority.
Mr. Beverldge holds that If only ons
case of bribery bs clearly established It
"makes the whole election foul."
Davis Elklai Is Sworn In.
WASHINGTON. Jan. s.-Davis Elklns
wss sworn In today as senator of tha
United States from West Virginia. Ths
eldest son of ths lata Senator Stephen B.
Elklns and grandson of former Senator II.
O. Davis Is ths third generation of his
family to represent his stats In the upper
branch of congress.
buy trouble, but a genuine quarter buys
Dr. King's New Life Pills, tor constipation,
malaria and jaundice. For sals by Beaton
Copper atocke Decrease.
NEW YORK. Jan. Copper stocks on
band in the United Statea January 1
allowed a decreaae of 8.So6.V74 pounds from
December 1, according to the monthly re-
AT FOUNTAIN MOTr LS, ON IISIWSISI
Original and Genuine
The Food Drink for All Ages
BKH KU. HALT CSA1M OTIACT. IB rOWDU
Not in any Milk Trust
tT I'" n "IIORLICK'S"
Tass a package koasa
on our cnliro sh.ck of noiiliuif nnd j.liiilt'.i .shirts in white nnd colored (Tuxedo (Hid
tlns sliii is excepted.) This includes nil our high grade flannel shirts with collars
attached and detached silk shirts, hlue Manuel shirt!, white plaited shirts, ettv
Shirts that sold from $1.00 to $5.(H) are now Imc to $.'.o.). At these prices it will
pay you to lay in u supply for future use.
on all our silk nnd knitted mufflers. Mufflers that sold from :0e to $10.00 arc Ttow
u.c lo $(i.70. . ' '
25 Off :
on nil our men's, boys' and children's sweater coats.
A Children's Special
We have about 15 dozon children's b louses in sizes 10 to 1G, that sold for $1.!H)
nnd $1. .)(). You can take your choice for ;!fc three for $1.00. , .' v
Many other interesting price reductions in nil departments. Vt .
Qqal (oal (Poal
We desire to call your attention to our new
Tills coal is the superior of any Ohio coal ever
mined and sells for $1.00 iht ton less, Jt burns clean;
ignites quickly; and makes a very hot fire. Suitable
for range, heater or furnace. The best value on the
market for the money.
Give us a trial order. PRICK $8.00 pKR TON.
Remember we are the exclusive agent for the wonder
ful Petroleum Coke, which contains neither smoke,
soot or sshes 88 per cent Carbon. " -
Phone your orders,
Atchison, Cook, Corneer
Union Fuel Co.
Douglas 268 1714 Farnam lnd. A-22B8
We have S yards .which means quick delivery.
port of the Copper Producers' association,
made public today.
, .The Weather.
a ' . .I, . .
FOR ,lNEBHASKA-lrnsettled. -FOR
.Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
6 a. m
t a. m
7 a. m...
8 a. m ,.,
9 a. m...
10 a. m
11 a. in
1 p. m ,
Z p. m
' p. m
4 p. m
5 p. m
6 p. m
7 p. m
8 p. m
No matter what
you pay. sir-
mot mmht Ilia U(
ae itm mfformt eaeeiMte alsesere.
SAINT LOUIS SHOE MARKET.
December 31st Beport.
THE EROWN SHOE COMPANY.
The St. Louis shoe manufacturers report
an increased business ror ths year 1810.
The Brown Shoe Company'a shipments
show the large gain of $til3,&o.&3 over
lie year 190K, and from reporta received
from aaleemen In their various terrleorles,
the year l!Mt, and from reports similar
large gains for ths year 1911 over 1910,
and takes this opportunity to thank Jt.
friends and customers for their liberal
patronage on White House Shoes for men,
for women, Hosier Brown Blue Ribbon
Shoes for boys, for girls, and other
"BROWN'S 5 SHOES"
and extends beat wishes to all for a Happy
and Prosperous New Year. 8t Louis
Ulobe-Ienioerat, January 1, 19)1.
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riTTKEMTH an DOUQU STRUT,
& WILCOX, lla&ae
The Store of the Town.
not only cleanses, preserves and
beautifies the teeth without in
jury, but impartspurity and fra
grance to the breath, removing
instantly the odor of tobacco.
is an automobile with a sepa
rate, 'enclosed passenger com-
partment that reckons all fares
by a taximeter.
The taximeter is the most sat
isfactory because it insures tbo
passenger against overcharging.
The only real Taxicab line in
Omaha is that owned and oper
& AUTO LIVERY CO.
2034 Farnam St., Omaha, Xeb..
and Koine Hotel.
Both rhones Doug. 4078; A-3078.
"You've sot a toocs
of hi a llfs coming' to
yon when yon smoke
HUK VITM' So
A 'Hippodrome' slA,
a 'Uayety' appear
--e, a id a 'Braud.la'
Central Cigar Store
321 So. 16th St.
"OMAHA'S FBI CEaTTSA."
Ths Great IT1S m S4STIB HOW
ZXTBATAOAase, AMD VtUOIIVILLI.
t unity MuMcai mill, i lie f lirting
Wlrlow." Thm Town Talk Htunt. "The
E-agie ana toe oiri tiirne tin l home.
Ladles' Dime Matinee Avery Week Day.
Katuiday Niglit Only. tdltn Spencer
noc i4., id is uaniornia.
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THIS IS NOT A CIRCUS
One Week Only Twlci Daily
8 TOO AID fllOO IV M.
Direction of Messrs. ghubert
Presenting Three Spectacular Productions-All
in One Performance
A Trip to
Direct and I'nchnnjred from the
World's (irratest Playhouse.
The Rig; Wonder Nhovr of the
Music, Ballet, Pageantry, Circus,
Musical Comedy, Drama
Interpreted by kn ai ntv of 1100
people, and including Marcellne,
the Monarch of Mirth; the
Wonderful Midget Clrcns; Trlho
of Kloux Indians; the Great
Alhns, King of the Mire, and
others. ' ' j-
Night Prices, BOo'; 7ftc, 1, fl.BO
Matinees 25c, 50r, 75c, Cl.oo.
MATINEE EVEftY DAY
Joseph Brooks Fisssnts
la Her Best Comedy,
"In Search of a Sinner"
Prloes, SSo to $1.50.
Wednesday ". ."'II Trovatore"
Friday ,..."X,nola Dl X,s mm rmoor
Saturday Matinee "Martha"
Saturday Evening" . , "Faust"
Vrices, HSo to S1.60. Mat., SSo to $1.00.
Beat Week Commencing- Bun. Matlnes.
Prices, ISo, flSo, BOo and 7Bq Mats., SSo.
Pew seats at BOo.
TUESDAY, JANUARY IT 4 P. M.
KIM. TiOTTTNTJ JTTHK Y-T.T7WST
He" BOYD THEATER "ufti
Matinee This Week, Tuesday, Thurs
tar Xzosllsnt Company In '
Beach's Orsat Play.
"THE BARRIER" ,f
from ths XTctsI of ths Same Hams.
Msxt Wsek January .15,,
AN AMERICAN WIDOW.
Afternoon, 2:30. Night. 8:30.'
xns noma or Polly. Two Frolics Dally
AACTOA OaU BUALESQUB .
ATESHA HABA ' '
Sensational Bussian Sansenss. ' "'"
Idiea Week Day Matinees. I
Beserred Beats 10c.
THB JOLLY UIULS.
Commenclnf Thursday Mat. Jan. 13.
Miss Lynn Yoder a. Lsdy Isabel.
AMERICAN THEATE R
IX OTXXB BIG ACTS SIX ,
Matinee Dally, lOe, at 8:15. Two Buqws
Brery Evening-, T:B to t:30.
Prices, loo, ao and 30o.
Matinee Beery Day, gilo. ; j
.,. . . Brery Zvsslsg, $:18.
Kdwln Arden A Co. ormliu.1 six
Kaiifiiianiia. Meyers, Waneit auS
I.yon. Clifford and liurke, I.ee ,l.iS.
t.oifrey -A Keiiderituii, ute. Kli
flronia, ( n tii-nm 'lii.-oi I ir.-li.-v! i
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