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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1911)
rnn r.EK: palm fa. Wednesday, October, 23. loir.
Feet Have Longed
for the Luxurious
Comfort of These
Foot Form Shoes
A bro;il "comfy" last which rfvea the toes plenty of
room to breathe perfect fitting nt the ankle and instep,
where proper support is vital.
Conies in patent, dull and tan leathers.
Extreme care should be taken in selecting shoes for
children. Our expert fitters have had long experience in
fitting children '8 feet. Their suggestions will insure your
child the genuine foot comfort which the perfect knowl
edge of the needs of growing feet affords.
Sizes 7 to 11, Sizes ll'.-to 2.
Dancing Slippers Leggings Rubbers.
Tat ydom propirs
161G-1C20 FARNAM STflEET
New Fall and Winter Catalogue Now Ready.
when there Is another lnnd show in
Omaha, Oregon will be on hand."
Member of the Hawaiian qulntett sang
"QreRon, . My Oregon," composed expe
clHlly for the occasion. Thla mimical
orxanlxatlon wai followed hy the Ferullo
Itnyal Italian hand, after which President
Charles C. llosewater extended a welcome
to the Land Bhow, saying that the links
that hind Nebraska and Oregon were
foro-ed 110 year ago when Lewis and
Clark passed through the undeveloped
west, finally reaching- the then unknown
country "Where liolls the Oregon." Blnce
that day, he said the Oregon trail had
tieecn well worn and still more recently
the chief executive officers of tn Oreirnn
Short IJno railway hud become housed
In the Union I'aclflc'a ma-mlflnent twelve
story railroad building In Omaha. XM
r.'skes a Bad CDUgh Vanish
, Qyickly-or Money Back
The Quickest, Surest Cough Remedy
Ye Ever Used. Family Supply for
60e. Saves You S2.
. Ton have nerer nM anything which
takes hold of a bad cough and conquers It
so quickly as Vines Cough Fyrup. Gives
almost Instant rellt'f and usually stops the
most obstinate, dpp-atel eou-rh In W
hours. (Jnarantrod to a-lve prompt and
positive results even la oroup aud whoop
Plncx la a special and highly eoniNen
tratad oomponud of Norway Wnite Pine
extract, rich la gualaaul and other beetling
pine element. A 60 cent bottle makes a
pint a family supply f the best couRh
tviuedy tlutt money run buy, at a saving of
I J. blmply mix with home-made eniar
syrup or strainnd honey, tn a pint bottle,
and It Is ready for use. Easily prepared la
t minutes directions In imckaqo.
Children like Flnoz CXugh Hyrup it
tu-.tes (rood, and la a prompt, safe remedy
for old or young. Htlmulatee tbs appetite
and la sHklitly laxative both rood fea
tures. A liauriy honwhokl medicine for
hoarsenee., awthrriA, bronchitis, etc., and
unusually efTnctlve for Inclplunt Innji
troubles. Used In more homes In tbau"
H. and Canada than any other oouga
l'iuux has of ton been Imitated, but ixrrer
suooessfully, for nothing else will produce
the same results. The genuine la fruaren
twxl to give abeulnte sniW action or mousy
refunded. Certificate ol jnuunntee is
wrapped In seen package. Your druggist
has l'lne or will gladly gt It for you. if
rot, stand to l'he t'laex Co., I t. Wayne,
A bottle fall
of quality and
a class full of
that is a Ccllsfet
to the eye and a
eoa-sie imai at
road, he said, furnlshrs direct com
munication between Omaha and Oregon.
Roaetmter on Oregon,
speaking; of a recent trip to Oregon,
Mr. Jlosewatcr spoke of Oovernor Writ
designating him as one of the common
leopie, Dut one In whom all of the resi
dents of the state have the utmost con
fidence, lie told of the reforms inaugu
rated In the Oregon nenltentlarv bv the
governor, saying that all of the 157
prisoners are treated like men. Stripes
have been discarded and the prisoners
go to their work and return without
even guards. Hut one man had escaped
In a long time and this man waa brought
use at me muxsle of gun, held In the
hands of the governor. In the penlten
tlury the prisoners are permitted to have
bull games, and movlnir ilfiir
are provided for their entertainment. The
speaxer expressed the opinion thut other
chief executives of the different states
might well emulate the example set by
Welcoming the Oreeonlana tn th t n.t
show, President RoseWater, concluding,
saia: . i
"We feel proud to know that you are
on one end of the line and that ...
on the other. We of Nebraska and you
or uregon are linked together by bands
of steel that will not rust, or wear out."
Commissioner D. C. Freeman, formerly
an Omaha newspaper man. but now head
of the publicity department of the Eu
gene commercial club and bns of the
Land Show oommlsnlnnnrn nf , rta..n
was tha last speaker, but before re-
nponning to me address of President
Koaewater, he read a telegram receive I
from the Nebraska Society of tha Wllll
amette valley, as follows:
Former .Nebraska- In Or.
K1JOKNB. Ore., Oct. 23.-D. C. Free
man, Omaha: Nebraska society of sunny
southern WUllametta valley smids greet
Ings to the Omaha I,aml Bhow and :o
their former neighbors throughout Ante,
lope land. We love Nebraska not less
but evergreen Oregon more. We Join lii
wishing you good look and oordlally wel
come those of you desirous of In.-Btlng In
an ideal atmosphere, with an environment
of contentment, prosperity and heitlth. to
...... ( n nol Ior yur-
aolvea alone, but for our children and
u( miiiii rnniiren jnat we cajt our
lot here and are glad and proud te help
build greater oreg.m. We are sutlsttcd
with our choice of a home In a milder
clime and we never think, of exchanging
It again. J. It. VAN UOMUKK.
I'reaident Nebraska Society of William,
Mr. Freeman said he waa pleased to be
known bs sn exhibitor et the Omaha
I .and Hhow. He expected thut bis lo
cality In Oregon would be greatly bene
fited nnd ttiat next year the Wllltamette
rallry could be counted on to have a
Mgtrer and better exhibit than this year.
He sjoke of Oregon as a land of oppor
tunities where there Is room for millions
of thrifty people.
As to the number of former Nebraska
r..inlA In t W I ' : 1 1 1 . . .. II.... mf
ma , ii i niinri in th.i. ii i .
Freeman said there are l.om) and from &0O
to 701) who formerly lived In Iowa.
WOMAN'S NAME IN
PATROLMAN IS PRESPONSIBLE
(Continued from First I'age.)
23 Nick A. Fandall, Koute 4, Metamora,
21 Frank R. Ilichardson. citation 1.
Sloux KailM, H. I.
2ll;irry F.. Atwood. Vllllsca. In.
iti V. C. Werthcln. 1(- F. 1. I. Chester.
2r-.I. O. Ilyan, rvntervllle, S. I).
at llalph lladflcld. 2U Harnev M.. Wau-
2 James Robertson, IJike Andes, 8. D.
--Alfred Nelson, llraettlnger, la.
31 W. J. Uolan, Platte, H. I).
32 Hiram L. Ackor. 1XM Laird street.
la-Ueorge I., fltahl, Rlverfalls, Wis.
.H-lleiry Muth. Wagner. 8. Ii.
S.1 J. M. liattnmn. Ureenshurg. Kan.
8 Francis P. Havln. stjs Jleynolds ave
nue, nanxas ity, jan.
37-Heiiuie I'eney, route 1, Danklngton,
3X William Prown Stewart. lr.. 17S0
eouth 1 wenty-nlnth street, Omaha.
at w. II. ifedrlck. North Altoona, Kan.
r-Kdward H. Albers. Hurwell. Neb.
41 William Manna. Kloux City. la..
42 Harvey V. Ier. 1722 West Twenty-
ninth street. Hennas t:tty, Kan.
4. nay Ksnkln, Lincoln. Kan.
4t Airs. Itohert HuaheM, Napcr, Neh.
4. W. H. Ward, fkulmore. Neb.; H. 3.
4' Charles Kates 1'cles. Kelle Fourchc.
8. I).; V. O. box 2H7.
17 Mary Hayes. 24 Fifth street. Lead.
4S Kdward r. Hovd, Forest City, Mo.
4-AI P. Hmlth, Crablll, Jml.
ro August N. Kluu. 1). 74. Caledonia,
Rl It. K. Anderson, Centervllle, S. D.
E3 J. ('. Collins. &:h 1'roHiiect avenue.
Kansas City, Mo.
b.t c. J. hchunter, Urand Mound, la.
64. Frank Sontl. Oen. Iel.. Lead City.
Mr Margaret Fulton. 2 Itavmond street.
I lend wood, H. 1).
fl-J. P. Morup. Kllie, Neb.
67 Join's J. Cjitlgley, Carroll, la.
tt K, M. Johnson, fJ K. lltn St., Co
r.t-Merle N. Kline, Colon, Neb.
C0-C. M. Baboock, H. Nio. Itedfleld, R. D.
til John ltiannan. 1H0H Flist 81.. tiloux
tia r.rik rcrikson. Km a. Thlrty-nrst St..
Ki lus yunker. F.lgln, Neli.
4-). H. Kahluren. R. F. U. B. 19. Dell
nuplds, H. 1 1.
tt Alma Faulstlck, imnettecl, H. 1).
W H. L. SweiiMon, Marengo. la.
117 F. K. Lirson, Palmyra, Neh.
08 Jake Jaiison. Kimball, 8. U.
t Ocorge H. Moore, I..an, la.
70-M. McBrldo. Planklnaton. S.
R. . '
1-J. Alben Johnson. It. 1. B. 6. Wakb-
72 ft. W. Bawyer, II. 2:!4. Curtis, Neb.
T3 Hoy F. Uauleke, Lesueur. Minn.
74 Uavld Proudilt, llelle Prairie, III.
7-L. K. Walter. George. I.
7ft SV. II. Riley, H. ul3, Kpearflsh, 8. D.
77 F. J. Jost. Montrose, Mo.
75 Havlil Iyemonnlr, Osmond, Neh.
7 Nels Peterson, Valparaiso, Neb.
HO Andv Pearson, M-adeK Neb.
Kl-rW 111 lam , K. Collins, SljJ Lexington
R2 Wallis A. Welsner, B. 81. Avant, Okl.
tu R. K Whipple, I-hlgh, la.
K4 Abraham Levering, Maurice, la,
M-rAibert R. Wolford. Romnev, W. Va.
stl-Frenk M. Juvtman, R, S, Planklng
ton, B. 1).
H71I. O. Satres. Newman drove. Neb.
Wt-K. J. Rhrnefleld. Malvern, la.
lJohn A. Kiigelkaui4. Spencer, Neb.
ljlward Perples, Bonesteul, B. V.
Id J. M. Tarleton. Kudora, Kan.
I2 Jonathan Walker, Uosctihell, Wis. :
93 John U. BurnH, Louisville. III.
i'4i Hmer Thoiupnon, Scotland, 8. P.
' Wr Theodore Johnson, It F. p., fco, On
lot J. H. Murphy. S(V Twenty-second
avenue Last, Ashland, Wis.
U7 Ixniis Uabe, Oeddea, 8. D.
UN Thomas I.. Dawson, Stewart, Minn.
!t C. K. Freeman. Perkins, Okl.
luo Carl Stone, White Luke, H. D.
Wholesome Home Treatment
for Bad Complexion.
' (Women's Vogue)
The old-fa ihlonsd home remedy, pure
coleated balsam, does for the complexion
what a brush broom does to the house.
When applied et night, after the face
has had a rfood scrub with warm water
and aoap, tt Immediately starts clearing
and renovating the complexion. It squan
ders no time destroying ell waste mat
ter clogging the outer cuticle. Imme
diately the discolored and diseased akin
particles causing the various kinds of
beauty Ilia, uch as sallow neas, pimples,
liver spots, freckles, tan, etc., begin te
shed off in tiny flakes like flour. This
ugly skin portion dropa off Impercept
ibly, while new, brilliant, healthy cuticle
forms underneath. Just get on ounce aud
a half of pure coleated balsam of your
druggist. Very tjulckly your skin will
become lovely, and every day your mir
ror will offar you congratulations.
j MaWn tws
OUR SPECIAL OFFER
So tlxat you may know the great
strength, end value in
soaks this offer I Seat! as lOe and yea
will reeeive, postafe prepaid, a full aise
fckfe of any kiad of ssios yea sasy
select. We will sea4 also s eoyy ef our
recipe book TooVs Spiay Talks.
Tka tliutmi ef tdi aHw aaa m wkrt Sarg.
tfltcttr mUhJL fM-40tik mtm aaa iM
Always f Om mi gesssse 4
TON UOi, Dee Metnea, love
JMoers ef ls faewaf IU fielets CsMes.
Ieonard KUmaker of Omaha, who drew
No. 7, could not be locnted. The address
given In the report received here was
Dodge street. However, about six months
ago KUmaker lived at the Merrlam hotel.
Inquiry at the hotel showed that he no
longer lived there and 'his present where
abouts are unknown at tho hotel.
MRS. KENDALL'S HUSBAND
Voau Who Drew First Claim et
Orescory Screeiua for Joy 'When
She Gets Uoos News,
. e ' .
RAPID CITT. 8. V., Oct. 24.-Mary J.
Kendall, who drew No. 1 tn the Rose
bud land lottery at Gregory, Is the wife of
Ptacy R. Kendall, a psralytlo who makes
a precarious living by selling fruit and
vegetables and running e box ball room
In thla city. When the news came that
she had drawn No. 1 Mrs. Kendall rushed
to her husbsnd with the telegram In her
hand and falling on her knees beside the
cripple In his Invalid chair, screamed for
Joy. Her husband, with tears streaming
down his face, stretched out his hand and
placed it lovingly on his fsithful wife's
head and said: "There Mary, I told you,
God would remember us some time and
He has." ,
They sat In silence, while friends
crowded around to offer congratulations.
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall are Indianlans by
birth, she having beon raised In Little
Ford. Morgan county. They have lived
in Monrovia and Danville. Ind., Chicago,
Bellevua end Centralla. IU., and Lake
villa, Neb., about fifteen years sga com
ing to the Black Hills, where Kendall
started to prospect for gold at Custer,
Keystone and other Hill points. A daugh
ter lay dying in the sisters' school at
aturgls, and he went there to nurse her.
Fatigued with long watching he went to
the hills for a breath of fresh air, felt
from a precipice and was paralysed from
the waist down. The accident happened
at the time ef the spring billiard six
years ago, when so many cattle were
killed In South Dakota, and Kendall lay
tor twenty-three hours covered with snow
before rescued. Since then be has been
unable to work.
Mrs. Mary J. Kendall for six years has
. been employed at day tabor ta support
herself and' her husband. She has woven
i carpets by day. herded and milked cows
and cared for her husband at night. She
has one married daughter, Mrs. V. Milton
liaseltlne of Keystone, 6. D., and one
' ton, aged 9t yeare, here.
Yhora la Only Ones
vsxa rue wckld oven to cvhc a cold im ohz day.
7 m mm i
Jt lmS i f is dm
AWajs receojU-r the full came. Look
' 7 VJ.i t'&aturtj ca trer-f lox. 55c.
J. W. Copland hi twytun. purchases
a bottle ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
tor his boy who had a cold, and boture
the bottle was all used the boy's cold was
gone.' is tnai nut Defter man to pay a
t doctor's bill. For sals by all dealers.
MOTBTsravTV or ocxav btxamjim.
roil. Arrives. sil4
Nai I.KS Ttunaiaa
FHn.AIr.UHIA fnwtiH Duca Dl Akr...i
KIM.AII'HK Amilo. tins
Ht.VMOCTH .....kroa ft. C'aollU..
A Total KrlliLe
of the functions of stomach, liver, kid
neys and bowels Is quickly disposed of
with Flectrio Bitters. 60c. For sale by
Dtatea Drug Ce. ,
New Order in De Moinci He Must
Keep City Clean.
REPORT ALL DISORDERLY HOUSES
Three Written Reports Mast Be
Filed with Department of Poblle
afety Flakblae Urates
A ay l.nmher Treat.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DBS MOINKH. Oct. 2l.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) I es Moines patrolmen must here
after report all suspicious disorderly
houses on their beats to their superior
officer. In an order issued the head of
the department of public safety took steps
to make himself. In connection with the
chief, responsible for the operation or
closing of all disorderly houses In the
According to the order, three written
reports must be filed with the heed of
the department of public safety end the
chief each month. These .reports will be
made by patrolmen, sergeants snd cap
tains They will contsln reports as to
every suspicious house on every beat In
town and wilt check each other, thus
directly fixing the responsibility for fail
ure to act on a report or failure to report
The department has been spurred to
action by the recent religious movement
in the city and ths appointment of a
special commissioner to Investigate the
Says . .amber Trust.
C. A. Flnkhlne of this city, who Is a
director In the Northwestern Lumber
men's association, which has been at
tacked In federal court In Ht. Paul as a
trust, said today. He know nothing of
the caso and that the board has not met
In over a year. i
"To me the whole thing looks like a
Piece of politics, brought about to curry
favor near the coming of the presidential
He said "all other suits have fallen flat
and I have e very reason to believe this
"There are more than 30,000 retailers In
the country. I would like to know how
they are to be oaganlsed. There Is no
lumber trust and there never was one."
SEND us a trial order TODAY for HAYNER fine old
BoUlcd-in-Bond Whiskey on our positive guarantee
you will find it the richest, purest, most delicious whiskey
you ever tasted or it will not cost you one cent.
Easy to Gel Rid of Wrinkles
and a Doable Chin.
(Ladies' Home Magailne.)
Since It has been discovered that
the old tashloned pure thermodlzed
Jelly wlli absolutely drive away
wrinkle, enlarged pores and the
much desomed double chin, there is
no excuse for any woman to toler
ate these disfigurements. Whether
your wrinkles come from the habit
of fro n-lngs worry or the ravages
of lather lime, you can soon rid
yourself nt them If you purchase
an ouol-s and a half of thermodlzed
Jelly of vour druggist and rub half
a teajpoonful dally Into your faLe.
lhe oeuerit of this treatment Is
helghtenud by bathing the face In
very cold water Immediately after
the Jelly has been absorbed by the
As flabblness. double chin, "crow's
feet, ' blackheads, etc., result from
the same cause as wrinkle, ther
modlzed telly Is iiulte as effective
tn dispelling them. It reaches the
tljtsuea needing repair, gives them
heat-energy and nourishment, and
restores the- muscular flesh under
neath to Us old time firmness.
DANE' COOL! DGE
Author "Hidden Water"
A real cowboy story full
of action, with stunning
pictures by Maynard Dixon
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THAT guarantee is as fair and
square as we know how to
make it. It means, what it say. It
is a guarantee backed by our $500,000
capital and our 46 years reputation for
honorable business dealings.
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this magnificent Hayner Private Stock
Bottled-in-Bond Whiskey. When it
arrives, open one, two or all of the
bottles TRY the whiskey and if you don't
find it all that we claim, and up to your
highest expectations in every way, send it
back at our expense and we will return
very cent of your money.
You see, WE MUST MAKE GOOD
we must send you a quality that will win
your instant favor and we will do it.
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our "D1RLCT FROM DISTIL
LERY" plan of selling means to you.
Don't put it off. Use the coupon below
fill it out and mail it to our nearest
Office and Shipping Depots and we
will surprise and delight you with the
quality of the goods we will send you.
the risk en
Note the nrl reonly PO cents a qnart (express paid)
for this highest grade bottled-in-bond whiskey e
whiskey that li distilled, aeed and bottled under
U. S. Government lupervision nnd everv bottle
sealed with the Government's official bottled-in-bond
stomp positive assurance that it is a
STRAIGHT whiskey fully ag-ed full 100
' proof and full measure and absolutely PURK
to tne very last drop.
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Offices sna Shipelnf Besets slss st ST. LOlt'IS. HO.
Distillery st Troy, Ohio
tT.raDi.Mmii. mtw otiiarrs. u. BirTerl.o. iostoh. nksx iknvtwvuit na.
eOTABLUHEO 1060 Capital 0500,000.00 full Psld
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER'S
tjasBir7r leldat jltfltef LsWMsMsbJ i' FIT fil l J Latsl
of 250 of tho Finest Uprights. Grands and
Player Pianos ever gathered together un
der one roof in this part of the country
These Instruments are all the latest styles, pianos you know names that are familiar to yon on
account of their worth and reliability. Some are sample styles and makes, and you know what they
cost when bought in the regular way, but we are forced to move 250 or more pianos and player pianos
from our store within the next SO days.
THE REASON FOR THIS SALE
The celling and wall on all our floors have been badly damaged during the early work on tno
Woodmen of the World building and we are forced to extensive repairing, plastering and decorating
at once. Hosts of workmen will soon take possession of our upper floors and in order to expedite
matters we are forced to remover 260 or more pianos to giro them room for scaffolding, etc.
CHOOSE FROM THESE FAMOUS MAKES
AT THE SALE PRICES
STEINWAY,: ,! . McPHAIL HARDMAN
WEBER, MEHUN EMERSON
STEGER & SONS AND OUR OWN SCHMOLLER & MUELLER
Also a full line of Aeolian Player Pianos, including the Weber, Wheelock, Steck, Stuyvesant ft
Technola. Also our own Schmoller & Mueller Player Piano, made in seven different styles.
You will admit that the above list comprises every good make worth considering, each raak he
ing a leader la Its respective class. Tbey are here marked In plain figures at a price to fit every
purse and at terms that no other Omaha firm Is willing or able to offer.
Wo F.lonoy Down 30 Days' Free Trial
FREE 3TCOL--FREE SCARF AND FREE LIFE INSURANCE
In addition to the above we offer the following slightly used pianos, all In first-class condition
and fully guaranteed to give entire satisfaction:
Cabinet Upright Piano .... $200 $85
Kimball Upright Piano .... $250 S90
Singer Upright Piano. . . . .$275 $125
Norwood Upright Piano . . . $250 $12.5
Hinzie Upright Piano $2G5 $135
Erbe Upright Piano $250 $135
Lexington Upright Piano. .$275 $145
Schaf er Upright Piano .... $275 $150
Estey Upright Piano $400 $185
Hardman Upright Ptino.. $375 $175
Knabe Upright Piano $400 $215
Knabe Upright Piano $G00 $320
Steinway Upright Piano. .$650 $290
JSteinway Upright Piano.. $750 $325
Chickering & Sons Upright
Piano $G00 $300
Tou can purchase a good piano, splendid for practice use, for $26.00 on payments of 50c and 76o
per week, and have the following makes to select from: Weber, Marshall & Smith, Vose & Sons,
Emerson, Chickering & Sons and Knabe. We have cut prices so deep, made the savings so pronounced
and the terms so liberal, that if you ever expect to purchase a piano or player piano now is your time
' IP TUNABLE TO CALL WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND FREE INFORMATION'.
SGIIliiOLLER I MUELLER PIANO GO.
1311-1313 FARNAIel STREET. OMAHA, NED.
Tim AND RttlTH TO KOTHEB AMD CHllD.'
Mas. Win slow's Booth imo 6Vr ti beea
OMd foe oves atlXTV YKARS bv MILLIONS of
MOTHERS ,or their CHILDKhN W'HILB
lEHTHINO, with I-KRH-CT bUCCESS. It
POOTHK3 the CHILD, 80FTHNS the UUMtf.
AJULAYSaU fAIN CURKS WIND COLIC, aod
a the best fetnedy lor lUARRHUiA. It la ab
solutely harmless. Be sure sod a. a; fot "Mrs,
WimtloWa Toothing ttvmp,- and take BO OUlf
tsltuV Tveattyave cents a bottle.
f Certainty in Diamond Bay in g
South End 16th St.
"Homo of tho
Vatrance ea Court
The Sunday Dee
r j "s
You who know only
that some diamonds
weigh a fraction of a
karat and that others
weigh more must real
ize tho necessity of
buying of a reliable
dealer. You very like
ly cannot tell which
of two stones placed
before you Is the more
valuable. You do not
know for which, if
you were to sell the
two, you could get the
more money. Because
5f your unfamlllarlty
with diamonds vnn
Jf- jff Beel to buy where you
ting the greatest value for your
money. Hence the wisdom of buy
ing diamonds at the Edholm store,
where only one price Is maintain
ed for all customers.
Don't Merely Lluy Invest,
Sixteenth and Harney.
BAJtOAIS MATIKBH TO DAT, S6e
Teaibt. 11 oo to
Xaorslay at Popular Prloes
BaxrsL Mauaaa toanu-ilar, SSe, See
BUWDAT EDDIE rOT
omaiiv rnir ovirTsm"
DaUy Mat, 18-85-809
Fii-.nt tha lanl flliov Nothing Ureater.
ZXTKATAOAirsa AMD TAUBSVII.U
The live wires. Minnie Burke, rank.
Ross. Frsnkle Bsller date of Weber &
Fields). 6am J. Adams and tbs Bweet
1 (Scotch LJiaalea.
Xutdies' Xtime Tata Usee Bvery Week Bay.
Mat. Every ley, i:lS. Kvery Night :15.
The Darling of rari; WUla Molt Wttko
flelJ; (Jerald Griffin and Company; UjI)
Pender'a Glanti; Kelley and Wentworth;
Lisis; ilabelle Konda Coinpny;
Kluetoacope; Orpheum Concert Orchea
trav. Prices, Nights, 10c. tie, 60c. i-c.
Matinees. 10o, best seats. Use. except
fcaturday aud Sunday
Some of Tamil 7 Borlesaoe.
alaUaee Today, 8:30. Miaht, 8:3a
Beat Seats Be Canta.
WiTlOI l rAHOTJl Blir TBTJtT
Extra Returns of the World's
aeries ball seones will be rea4 from
reaigbs Mate. Tnee- Tbsrs- Bet
Prtoes loo and &6o
BOSS BTA Z.ABO and the
WOODWAAD STOCK OOM7AVT
In TBB MIUI Ol1 TK1 OOBS.'
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