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Willi a Pair of Ihese High Top Doots
It Wouldn't Be Christmas
Will IMJYK Tan opera slippers, all kIzos $1.23 $1.50
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pers In pretty rolora, all alzes 75 SI. 25
lint IjADIKS' Red or brown boudoir, fell and knit slippers, alt
lues $1.00 $1.25 $1.50
Tollman Kll'wrn, which fold Into a tiny little bundle one can easily
allp In a hand bag $2.50
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1518-1520 FARNAM STREET
STOltK OPEX EVENINGS VNTIL CIMtlSlMAH
TELLS OF HARRIMAN STRIKE
Her. C. I Doolittle of Chicago Sayi
Boadi Are the Cause.
UNIONS ALWAYS WILL EXIST
B-abrr at Iloyd Theater Mass Meet
ing Say Labor Has a night la
Oraanltr Strike l MoM
Talking to an audience thut compleleiy
filled the loim floor and a greater xr.
Hlon of the balcony of the r.oyd theater
Hunday afternoon. Rev. Charles U loo
illttle, ctrrgvtnen. of Chicago aad . fur
many years mechlnlm In the shops of
(the Illinois Central Railroad coinpauv at
Hurnside, III., told the atory of , the atrlkt
of ahopmra an th tines of th llarrl
Tbe several hundred oeoiil who greeteJ
3v. Mr. Doolittle wer mostly men.
though there wer a nnmber at women.
For the most part the listeners wore nwm
of the labortns clansm,1 yet titer were
many others who were , aretnt to hear
the story of the wrongs and Injustice dona
the shopmen, as detailed by the sixxikvr.
on the stage was Mayor Italilinan, menv
of tho labor leediws. a number of the
It-ray and lreliletit Jenkins of the I'nl
verslty of Omaha.
The address of Rev. Mr. Uoullttle was
considerably in the nature of a plain
business talk and time and again, was
luudly epplaudt-d when he made his tell
Tbe aipaker explained that the Vtrlke
was not brought about by any daair of
the shopmen of the Harrlinun road. but
instead by Mr. Knittschnltt and other la
authority refusing to treat with the fed
erated union, the. members of which
(were employed by the lines that go tf
make up the system. He asserted that
they axked nothing uurearonable and that
when they went to Mr. Kruttschnltt with
thetr demands, be net only reruxed to
consider them. but refused tu Itatrn to
I ha plans proposed by the men. The feder
ated union, tie showed, was not formu.
lated for tae purpose tf Injuring the
loads, but InsteHd, to protect the rights
and Interests of th men employed tn
r calling the patrol from that point,
they took the mea to a patrol box several
blocka aeray and naturally a erowd eon
Krecated as ttiey paeiwl a Ions the etrAt.
a coimwjunKT, ine iwo men were
t hargd altk Inuttkig .u-rlat .
'J'be speaker paid Ms respects to ta
J'i uf country, ronlswUsg tUat a
iaico iMUtlun of them were either rub-Idlat-d.
or controlled with the Interests,
ima ieing eeoociaily trur U Chkaao.. He J
explained tlat la Omaha tke eltuaibm
Is yulls different and that here tbo !.
).! have sivea orgunlstd labor a o.ure ,
ilral autd tluit the stiika siiuallou baa '
hteu fairly Ueatrd.
Ulacuaalng the taicaao papera and their
aiUtuda, Key. Mr. lovLUUa pointed to
the fart that the rlrrgy of the uliy h-kl
inrptlngs and publtciy took a stand In
aympaUiy IUi the striking maculiiUta,
but inwtrad of aendtng their reporters to
theae irtlng, tlvy were, attsolutely Ig
nored by the prf of lhat city. The
inattvr was taken up with editors and
.proprietors, but ntrthlng satlsfvtory to
the men was secured. The haptlet enin
lolrrs, he wttd. ent even farttier. They
preiared resolutions and sought their
puhlicaUun, but nothing lame of thetr
rforts, as they were turned down by
tarh a ad every one of the big dalllea.
-They would not have piloted this for
l.o a line." added the speaker.
Inloaa Alni)i vt 111 fcUlst.
UikCUMlng uiiloulaia. Itev. air. loolltlle
took the MiaiUon that It always ku es
Ultd and alwaya will. Il iMitnted to the
fact tliat 1n the Oarden of Kden, Adam
and ifvo foruted the fust oaiun; and. as
to the walking delegate, he contended
lhat he Is not aucb a bad man as be has
bii pk-tuied. The speaker, Jokingly
otntad Jo Moai-a and Aaron as the first
it the walking deleaatea. liack In an
lent tlna, ba ahowed that over In
l'-gi w haro i'haroeh as In control of
the attuatlou, thinfs weio not entirely
Mttlsfaclory to the people and the two
walking tick sales. Mums and Aaron
ili-d upon him In as effort to patch up
an agrroiiiriit. They did not get lust
olul they wanleg and too strike was
tulle J. It was a long one, but It rnded
la a victory (or the strikers.
Labor lias Hlgbt to Organise
While talking along the lines of union
Inn- Hv. Mr. Ixiollttle contended tha
JU,r haa a right to orgsnlse. In doln
u. It Is following In the footsteps ut rap
lUt and vapltaltuts. He showed lhat ti ers
l trniiliou In ail lines of trade; tha
tl.e lit tiufarlurers . hate orililid an
Tlioy'H mnko Jiis very
tors fairly tingle with
pleasure hifch boots nrn
the most prized possession
of every red-hlooded, hus
Msde of the very boat storm
cair leather, whleh win not
harden wheu wet, heavy oak
leather Uoodyeer welt solos,
gunnel sewed In all way up
.front, tops reach above ralf of
log, wide cuff at top fastened
with two large brass buckles.
A rertaln guarantee of warm
dry feet all winter long.
$3,09, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50
that tftday the railroads are maintaining
a federation that Is so cMsely bound to
aether that all of the lines are allied In
the effort to crush the labor unions.
futons, amnnK laboring men have come
to stay, was the oplnlnn exprexsed by the
speaker and they will continue working
for the Interesta of those who are affili
ated fur self-protectloa and the bettering
of their conditions.
PACT WITH CZAR
(Continued from First Page.)
controversies equally regretted by both
' 'In conveying tho' present formal
notification to your excellency, I am In
structed to express the duMlre of my gov
ernment meanwhile to renew the effort
to negotiate a modern treaty of friend
ship, commerce and navigation on bases
mora pnrtrctly responsive to tha Interests
of both governments. I am directed to
emphasise the great value attached by
the government of thr United Plates to
the hlelorio relations between tha two
countries and the desire of my govern
inrnt to apaia no effort to make the
outoome Of the propoecd negotiations
contrlbnta still further to the strength
and cordiality of these relations.
" 'I avail myself of this occasion to
offer tu )our excellency the renewed as
surance of my hlghoat ronelderatlou.'
"I now cominiinkat) tills action to the
enata as a part of the treaty making
power of this government with a view to
Ita ratification and approval.
Signed.) W1LUAM 11. TAFT."
Test of Resolution.
The resolution presented In the senate
by Mr. Lodge reads.
"The treaty of commerce and naviga
tion between the United Ktatea and Rus
sia, concluded on December 1H, 1K33, pro
vidua In article 12 thereof that K 'shall
oontlnue In force until January 1, in the
year of our Iord iST, and If, one year
before tliat date, one of tho high con
tracting parties shall not hare an
nounced to the other, by an official notl
flcation, lis Intention to arrest the
operation thereof, this treaty shall remain
obligatory uie year oeyond that day.
and ao until the expiration of the year
which shall coutmenco after the data of
a similar notification;, and.
"Whereas. On December J 7, Isll, tbe
preairtent caused to be delivered to tha
bnpnrlal Rusalaa government by tha
American ambassador at Bt. )etershurg
an official notification on behalf of the
government of the United Ntatea an
noiinctng Intention to terminate the
operation of this treaty upon the explra
tlrn of the year commencing on January
"Whereaa. Hald treaty Is no longer re
sponsive In xai'lous respects to the po
litical prtncljiloa and commercial needs of
he two countries; and,
Whereas, The constructions placed
thereon by tho contracting parties differ
upuu matters of fundamental importance
and Interest to each; therefore, bf It
'ileoolved. by the senate and bouse of
representatives of the United Mates of
America In coiiEresa assembled that the
not toe thus given by the president of the
'nited States to the government of the
einplie of !tuala to terminate said treaty
a accordance altli tbe terms of the
rvaiy Is hereby adopted and ratified.'
C0E COLLEGE SUSPENDS
STUDENTS FOR DANCING
CEDAU It AliUS. la.. Dec. U.-Twent)
five students of Coe eollrge were today I
suMprnded by the faculty ou the charge
of dancing. A resolution passed by t tie I
member of the faculty about a month
ago prohibits students from holding or at
Following the suspenakin the "lovers of
dancing," students prominent In college
atlileilcs, announced that they would no
longer participate In any of the sports of
the school. Thla probably will put an
end to Cee college athletic for several
month at leaat.
BANKER IDENTIFIES MAN
WHO SLUGGED HIM
CHABXKd CITT. la.. Ih-c. IIL-Gleun
Oullver. a resident of Osage, la., has been
arrested on the charge of attempted rob
bery at the Orchard tie.) bank at Osage.'
'a tiler K. O. Clapper Identified Oullver
aa the man who slugged him. Had tbe
robber not became frightened he would
have been able to aeeure HS.ttJO.
1U t I at K A OI.lt 1 0K lAV
Take UXATIVK HltOMO O.ilntna Tab-
Ida. Inuralxa rvfund lauury il it fails
to cure. K. W. tihj ll'f i' nature la on
letit b"X. &-& f .
ATTRACTION 1 OMAHA.
Amerloan "Hello, 111," Woodward
Gayety Billy Watson la burlesque.
Xrng "The Broadway Oalety Girls. "
"Hello lllll" at the American.
"Two men there were, and each named
Kill, and each did work the other III."
This, briefly. Is the etory of 'Hello
Bill," a farce comedy In thre acta, with
which the Woodward Btock company kept
two audiences In throes of laughter yes
terday afternoon and evening. There Is
not a serious Una In the bill and the
audiences aeemed satisfied that It should
be tliat wsy. The comedy of errors
originates from the arrest of a number of
society men for Indulging In a quirt little
game of poker In a sort of private
gambling house. One of them Is Wil
liam Fuller, His marriage to a hand
some young widow has been set for noon.
Ills hearing la set for 2 o'clock In the
afternoon. He expects to be jailed for
three months. Ills friend, Christopher
Cutting, sees In a newspaper a report of
tha appointment of a William Fuller as
colonel of a regiment about to go to
Cuba. He conceives the Idea of having
Fuller pretend he Is the one who has
received the appointment. By pretending
to go off to war he will provide for three
months' absence In all.
ftaveral columns of space would bo re
quired to relate the almost endless com
plications that develop. It Is one laugh
provoking situation after another for two
hours and a quarter.
Austin Webb aa William Fuller and
Frank Jones aa Cutting play tha most Im
portant comedy roles. Deforest 'Dawley
aa Dr. Kllsha Hastings, an Kngllshman
looking for an heiress, and Harry Ken
neth as the real Colonel Fuller are
another active pair that produce peal
after peal of laughter.
Mr. Webb and Mr. Jones hare scored
heavily In weeka paat In comedy roles.
but they fairly outdo themselves In those
they carry thla week. Mr. Dawley aa the
English fop shows that because a man
can play "heavies" excellently It does
not follow that ha can do nothing else
' Mls Eva Lang plays a role Mrs. Dare
lhat gives her eonie rest. It Is an easy
and aim pie one for her and no effort Is
required from her lo meet Its demands.
Miss Lotus llohb and Karle M. Gardner
In Juvenile love offer some excellent
scenes. Their quarrelling scene Is a bit
of almost perfectly acted comedy. Alias
Itobb does one of the cleverest bita of
ctlng she aver has done. Bhe Is just
Ilka a young girl making a desperate ef
fort to quarrel with the man ahe loves.
Miss lilancha Moulion Is the real colo
nel's wife. Bhe la well suited to the
character and plays It well. Miss
Urenda Fowler acquits herself creditably
as a. handsome young ' woman with
money who finally proposes to Mr,
Hastings and la accepted.
Mantlet HI at the Oraheaa.
Ham Mann has brought forth something
new In comedy. He has undertaken the
trick of doing the character of a Uvrman
musiral professor without treading upon
Teuton toes or lowering the dignity of
lrgltimste character portrayal. And he
turns the trick handsomely In presenting
"The New Leader," which Is placed at
the lop of the Orpheum attractions for
the week. Necessarily the character Is
exaggerated to an extent, but not beyond
bare theatrical purposes. Mann' humor
lies principally In his droll manner of
expression, and his facial Interpretations
of the generally accepted mannerlams of
a German professor wbo Is aa much In
love with his beer as ha Is with his music
Mann presents tha longest comedy playlet
seen at the Orpheum this season, and by
hla drollery U able to create a continuous
roar of laughter. Aa a matter of pure,
wholesome comedy, nothing has been pre
sented tills season to equal "Tha New
Leader." Mann U assisted by six players.
tivery act contributes' toward making
the bill one of tha most attractive ef tha
season. Chick and Clilcklet have a aeries
of new wheel trlcka. Introducing tha
cycling doll, a'prwtty little ntlsa of leader
years who performs marvelous trlcka.
Chlcklet. a led of , rldea a bike Just his
else and contributes a full share to the
entertainment. The Seven Belforda, all
American performers, do astonishing
stunts In Ridley and acrobatics. Pauline
Moran, a healthy, buxom, romping Irish
girl, brings on storms of appreciation with
her don't-care style of stngTng. Dave
Ferguson Is a good atory teller and a
comedian. Alsace and lAirralne have a
pretty musical production lu which they
Introdure tha alsacephone, which Is a
cross betwoen a violin and a phonograph.
Ward Baker, throws his whole heart Into
Particularly in factories,
stores, and meeting halls
0 a 500 candle
Arc which consumes only 14 feet of Gas
Merchants add to the selling value of their
stock when it is shown under good light.
Landlords add to the actual value of their
buildings when they show a prospective tenant
the best lighting appliances.
Merchants and Landlords should examine
The Intenso today at office or send for our
representative who will give you all details.
Sold on attractive terms if desired.
OMAHA GAS CO.
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V Ije V a i
his violin, and gives a very pleasing en
tertainment. Rnrlriqae at tbe Href.
'The Broadway Oaiety Olrls." current
bill at the Krug. served the audiences at
the burlesque house yesterday with very
enjoyable amusement. There Is a deal of
burlesque that la supposed to amuse, but
which It does not; the bill at the Krug
this week Is refined and Is a genuinely
There is ono bit of the bill that anybody
who appreciates good singing would en
Joy. That Is the vocal work of Miss
Jennie Delmar. She has a mellow, sweet
voice and renders several aongs with
exquisite delicacy and much effectiveness.
Two funny comedians. George Milton
and Dick ftrown, furnished clean lines
and drew many laughs. Tanna, an eccen
tric and artistic deffeer, was given a deal
of applause. Bhe does an Interpretative
dance that Is pleasing.
"In Search of a Widow" and "Two
Lucky Tramps" are tha two acts offered.
Milton and Drown have the parts of
tramp comedians In the second burleta.
Both are reminders of Nat Wills. Two of
their best sonars seemed to tickle every
body In the audience.
"The Railroad Rag," a new novelty dan
cing tune, was one of the musical num
bers that scored heavily. Tho chorus dis
played many costumes, danced gracefully
and pleased. This organization Is one 'of
the largest that has been at the Krug
Four acta compose the olio. Mile. Barto
lettl and her four Parisian dancers were
excellent. Mile. Eartolottl U a toe dancer
and she la artistic and masterful. Brown
and Bragg, comedians, had a good act.
Miss Emma O'Nell, comedienne, was
forced to answer three encores.
Christmas Week at American.
"Forty-Fve Minutes from Broadway,"
the musical comedy thHt was to have
been the Woodward Stock company's
Chrletmae week attraction at the Ameri
can theater, will not be produced, accord
ing to Manager O. D. Woodward of tha
American. In lla stead the company will
offer "Sause for the Goose," which Mr.
Woodward auya la a roaring comedy. Tha
plan to produce "Forty-Five Minutes from
Broadway" was abandoned for the rea
son that this bill was offered Christ
mas week a year ago and It Is thought
many who saw It would like to see some,
thing else this year.
Mr. Woodward has derided not to have
dally matinees Christmas week.. There
will be matinees on the regular matinee
days, Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and on Christmas day.
MRS. SPARLING PLEADS NOT
GUILTY TO MURDERING SON
BAD AXE, Mich., Dec. IS Mrs. Carrie
B. Sparling pleaded hot guilty wneh
arraigned today on a charge of murder
ing with poison her son Cyril. Her ex
amination was set for December 28. The
prisoner' husband and two other sons
also have died mysteriously within the
last two years. Dr. MacOregor, the
ianltty phryalulan and Mlsa Margaret
Qlbbs, a nurse, were laat week bound
over lo rlroult court for trial in connec
tion with Cyril's death. . . - -i
Robbers Level Klrla Ktore.
BEATRICW, Neb.. Dec. U.-(Spectal Tel
egram.) The department store of tha
Klein Mercantile company of thla city
waa entered Sunday. night by robbers, who
carried away about ITS worth of cutlery
and dlothlng. Mr. Klein la of tha opinion
that the .robbers were left In the store
Saturday night when It waa closed, aa
they broke In the door leading to the
basement and escaped through a rear
window. Bloodhounds were put on their
trail, but at last reports the robbers had
not been apprehended.
AT THIS T1MB-
SS.00 for a Safety Boa In our ,
burglar and Fire Proof Vaults. .
it not only 8AFUGUARDM your
Private Papers, Bonds and Jewels
over the Christmas Holidays, but
for one year from the data of
Rent Vault apaea for Trunks and
packages, If o need It.
Omaha Safe Depoiit Co.
Street Lave, Kn trance to Vaults.
1114 Famara Street
CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING
Mr, and Kit. Nat Sheppard Paw
Fiftieth Year of Wedded Life.
MANY 0FFEB' CONGRATULATIONS
La rare Crowd Aaeemblea at I a formal
Entertainment. ( ile l'- ve
Lived la toeaell Itlnffs
y Over Thirty Tedrs.
More than 209 peopie gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sheppard In
("ounclt Bluffs Sunday afternoon to
congratulate them upon their fiftieth
wedding anniversary. ,
Letters and telegram came from fully
as many others and many of the callers
were from out of town.. Many baautiful
token of the esteem In whleh Mr. and
Mrs. Sheppard are held by their friends
were left In the form of beautiful gifts
and great masses of flowers. The recep
tion wa of Informal character and lasted
all afternoon and late tn tne evening. No
Invitations were Issued.
Mr. and Mro. Sheppard have lived In
Council Bluffs for the last thirty-one
years, and during all of the time both
have been prominent In the business and
social life of the city. Their lives have
been rich In happiness. They were born In
the aume little village in Ohio, knew each
other almost In babyhood, were school
mates In childhood and throughout their
school days and were married under the
parental roof with the blessing of all who
knew them. Their whole Uvea have been
free from sorrow and few shadow have
clouded their sunshine.
Burglars Go to Sleep;
Are Taken to Jail
CHICAGO. Dec. 18 With their heads
pillowed on . kits containing burglar'a
tools, two men who had forced an en
trance into room above a North aide
saloon early today, went ao sound
asleep they were awakened only
when ahaken by police. The men had en
tered the room above the saloon, but
That we issue for any amount
you deal re, makes an appro
prlate and most acceptable
We make tlila sntrgeatioa
tor the benefit of the many
who desire to accomplish some
good vlth the money they ex
pend. Globe Optical Co.
218 South 16th St.
Omaha ' - - - Nebraska
Good Leather Goods
Slippers for Use la Follmaa Oars.
Art Colonial SJaaep Wcine.
Travoltaf Bag with Toilet Bat Xaald.
Ladla' Shopping Bag.
Oxford Baga. Bait Osas.'
Toilet Beta. v
Ken's Oar Oaaaa and Bill fold,
at H loin Caeee. ICuala atoll.
X,awyr'e Brief Cases
Wardrobe Tranka oar ears make,
at Trunk. Steamer Trunk.
From the Chaepeet That'a
Good to tho Beat Made.
Frelind (& Steinle
1803 Farnam Street
Still going on. We are offering some extra good
bargains In Clocks, Cut Glass, Stiver Plated Hol
low Ware and Flat Ware. We feel sure It will
pay you to spend a few minutes with us. This
is a bona fide sale. You know when Linaay says
it. it's so.
LOOK FOR THE NAME
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1818 Douglas Strrt.
POINTS IN CANADA
Hates, Routes, Sleeping Car Reservations and detailed information at
City Ticket Office. 409 South 16th Street. City National Bank Bldg.
" Telrptioars: Douglas 264 A-2lttl.
decided to wait until It (ioxed at 1 o clock
before attempting roblicry.
7Their sleep wan so heavy, however, ttint
fliey did not wake up until discovered by
a porter, who opened the building this
morning and called the police.
COMMITTEE ELECTED TO
PLAN FOR DANISH PARK
CHICAGO, Dec. H Announcement was
made today ef the election of an execu
tive committee of Danish Americans to
make plana for the dedication of the pro
posed Danish-American National park
near Aalburjr, Denmark, August 1. Iffli
The committee consists of Dr. Max
Hennius, chidrman; 8. O. Aneonlan, sec
retary, and C. H. Hansen, treasurer. The
men will direct plans for the opening of
the park from the offices In Chicago.
Members of the committee said they
had bouKht 400 acres of the picturesque
Jutland heath, and that more than I.0.O
Danish Americans from all sections of the
country had subscribed to the purchase
fund. It Is planned to deed the park to
tha government of Denmark for use aa a
public playground and that on the Fourth
of July each year the park be given over
to Americans for a celebration of Inde
An Ideal Gift
For Men Or
No shoe Is so much, a
standard of shoe values as
Hanan and make aa ideal gift
They are termed the shoes
without a hurt and justly so.
The Hanan shoe conforms to
the foot like a kid 'glove does
to the hand, and they wear like
Iron. We are well stocked w ith
tbe latest styles of Hanan's.
Give him or her a Hanan shoe
bond for Christmas.
Women's 85 $5.50 86
Men's 5 $6 am 87
1419 Farnam Street.
Interest allowed in
savings department at
3 per annum
The United States
National Bank of
Omaha gives prompt
and courteous service,
affords absolute secur
ity and has a most con
fV rlh weif
X Aa Ideal Christmas FTesant.-'
It guarantees your children an
education or a start in the bunt
neas world. Issued exclusively by
the. Herman la, of New York.
for rates write or call
CLARENCE N. ANDERSON
421 Bs BUf. Tel. Dong. 8368.
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Th. Food-drink for All Ages.
ForInfanta,InvsIid8,and Growing chOJrCT,
Invigorates the nursing mother and die aged,
gffh fnill matted grant,, b povvdet form.
A quick loncli prepared In a minute.
Take no substitute. Ak for HORUCK'S.
Hot In Any fJIIIc Trust
if you are
going to open
"When it comes to
'Men's Christmas Gift3'
I am headquarters and
SEE ME FOR
Boxed Cigars, Tobaccos In
fancy package, rbanm.
Calabash, Peterson. B. B. B.,
Wellington ajid Turkish ripe j
Cigar and Cigarette Holders,
Homldara, Cutlery. Safety
Baaora, Kirrora, Z.ather Oooda,
Poker Set. Smoking Stands,
Pocket Cigar Xdghtars, Poun
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Tricks, Gag. Ink Pencil,
Collar ana Cuff Boxes, Boxed
Caadlea, Cigar Cnttara, Tobao
co Poach, and a million and
ona otbar thing that amoker
lova to have around their pock
et or In their home.
John's Cigar Store
321 So. 16th St.
is attracting thousands upoa
thousands of people. Immi
gration returns show that over
half a million people .have gone
into this section of the Amer
ican Continent this year.'
Homestead Land is Available
Cheap Land Universal
, 1 producing the greateaf return v
r per ncra o a. 11 products. ... - -,
On your trip to California or to North
Pacific Coast points, have your ticket read
Tha Real Scenic Route
and get in and taka advantage of opportunity,-
as Western Canada offers tbe .
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. details on application.
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834 Soatb Clark Street CB20AGO, ILL.
Tail's Dental Rccnis
4 Saya Com. Sunday, Deo. 94th.
Matinee Xmaa and Wednesday
BLANCHE K1ISG :
fr Hew If natr.l flnni. "
THK WALL HTKKKT CilltL ,
Beats How Belling
4 Says Beginning Sun., Deo. 94
Mat., Monday (Xinaal and Wed."
GET BIOH QUICK WaLUiarOkD
Seats on Sale
3 Days Beginning Tbnra., Deo. 98.
Mat. Sat. -TME SPBINO MAID,"
with Mlail Hajoa Peats Bow Balling
Phoaest Douglas 404; laX A-14M
Matins I very Day, 9:15, Bvery
Wight, 8H6 ADTABCED VAUDB
TILLS fain Maun and Ills I'layers
Krveu Helfords Dave Ferguson 1'aul
Ine Moran Alsace and Lorraine Want
Baker Chick and Chicklet Kineto
scope Orpheum Concert "Orchestra.
Trices Night. 10c, l!5o, 60c, 7ic. Matl-
nee lr, bst seats, 15c, except Batur-
aay ana Biinaay.
"OMAHA'S TVS ClgTZB"
A-5A aiiy Mat, IS-as-SCn
Sun la Claua' Only OlHXwIU.m.
SLIDING BILLY WATSON
and "The nirla From I1aipvlanl "
CXTBATAOABSA ABD TADDSf ILL1
l.a ely "dark ' the ww k bofoi Christmas .'
Should any not ! Selling out at every
performance. Haven of rest and Joy for
Ladles' DUne Matinee Every Week Say.
Mat. Today 9:30; Bight SO.
Baat Seat 6Uo.
Broadway Oaiety Qirla and Tanna,
tha O.rt With tae Dreamy
Souvenir to Ladle at Dally Dim
Tonight Mate. Tuas., Taura. Sat.
Fricaa, 85e Only.
MISS BTA LA MO and tbe
VOOBWaSD stock coatPAsrr tn
Next Week The !.aug)iing Nuiceax,
Baace for the Oooae. p 1 Mat. Xmaa
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