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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. MARCH,- 30, 1312.-
Two More Shipments of Sampecks Just In!
These two substantial additions to a stork already offering a wide range of
patterns and styles, bring oor showing of Bampeck Clothes up to the point where
the selection of your spring salt Is merely a matter of choosing the style, the color
and fabric which meet your fancy. ',
Hopsacklng. tweeds, cheviots and worsteds are the favored ma.
terials this season; shadea of blue, taa and gray and the new pin
stripes anticipate the most exacting demand for individuality and ex
clusireneas. We are especially proud of our Blue Serges, a tine soft dull finish
serge found only in Bampeck clothes.
Norfolks in tan and gray homespun and blue serge will be In great
demand judging from the number we are selling now.
Decide now to get the utmost tn style, fit and distinctive tailoring In your new
suit with this In mind, your choice can not be other than a Sampeck.
$15 to $35
1518-1520 FAUN AM STREET
INQUIRE INTOJffiH'S WAGES
Arbitration Board at Set Moinet
- Loo km Into Condition!.
tho high water msrlc eerly to the -
A ?urlhwestern train got lnte Norfolk
(ram Warm la ths afternoon, but the
train wu stopped at the sutshlrts of tbs
town, drsy wsgons carrrlng In the pas
sengers. Ths tracks Ints the elty wars
covered with water. The basements bav
tilled from bach water through the
stwers, nearly all the callars la the busl
riM section being full ef water. The
fugsr niy Caraals mills reported Hie
water has caused cenalrael dames
ta tkilr maehlnery, but suuMa l tale
the sreusrty iaaa Is estliueted st under
The Union Pnclfto reports trains are
running Into Norfolk regularly, a
bridge bain washed est ea Its lines In
trials at Oakland.
The Burllnstea's Platte rlrer brMce at
Am land held yesterday While Hie fleed
waters were pertteesly wear the tap, bat
for a time H was feared -lbs stroctare
wtnild a set fteM- Ma.- a leaving
Omaha at 4il a. bl, was held Una eMe ef
the rlrer far .eat hear far safety aad
rrawlrd ever M less thee a snail's aeee.
The UaiM FmUI .trains reated br war
ef Uneela were held p la that elir yes
terday afloraeen aad artnlas entU a late
bear, the, Peniaed traMt and Uw la
Angelra Li sailed spending the greater
part ef aim eight In the Mneoia yards,
treat Deutaaae at Velaaahma,
One-firth ef Cxtamkaa Is ander water
and tks fleed has reached the top ef the
wladewe la the first story at the heeaes.
Klgbtssa kaedrad fret ef the Union Pa
ctfla traea and several spans ef Its brtd.e
bsa base washed awey - AH reHreeaa,
with the eaeeptien ef the track from
Of and Mead te tVtaer, are tied ap,
The Lsusj Is the highest ever baewn.
An Ice I ante brake ibis aflemaoa and
tar a time M leaked as If the fleed weald
wash Ureas the mala street, bat tee
Jaj ef li-e fereed It eat lala the ekaa
aeia. . Whew, the lee broke ap sSaaea wars
wreaahed (rem. the Stare ef Ike brtdaea, t
Tares kaadred Aagwa. Beats were
drewa near Meatus . let yesterday
rajaluaa have left the lower levels aad
will aet bo able ta so Inie their heaaas
asala far several Sara The rlrer rest
all ream ear a terneea, ewlea ta a week'
eat above. The Deed Is as pea ted to beats
te recede before Sfteralag.
Loamaa Are aorwMB.
. While Us leases te the raltreade are
beaad as be sastawas la the aesreswte,
they will set eaaipare with the waste that
will be aastaUMd by the farmers whs Mrs
en the iewsaade and la the vallate ta
the west aad aerthweet of Omaha for a
dtataaw ef from MS te Sat Bailee,
At Pwader W feat ef traeb kaa booa
waabed away aad the water frees iiocaa
sees, orbJek ander trdlaarr etrsua.
suaoea at a anile away, le new up at
the feet ef Mam atraet aad la atUI rlelns.
Above Passer aad aa the bottoms seelh
et Cakaia City taa aatlre ssaatrr a)
aadar arete la a depth ef treat eao te
two feel, tkewaaads ef asrea of the beet
acrtealtarat leads m the state betas
isundoled. la that vMalty the traea ef
the Omaha read la repotted te be eerl
ewety dsmssod aad store than MS feet
carried away. ".',
11m Mertaweetera Use Boreas from
Xmereea Is Wertolk. fifty aiUae, aad la
ter eestaS by a Bassser of email streams.
at eut ef ooiaedselea. All et the valleys
are filled with water. aad the ereaae
have tmseSM rtvera, tAt WakeOaM met
assht a ease bridge aad abeat tat (vet
ef track went eat. 4
Pa we the BUthora ralley the river le
eut of Ma beaks aad la sweeping aver
the low lands. At Stanton, a mile from
the river, tho water la up In town and
flooded the electric light works. Tho
wagon bridge ever the Elkboro river bss
been carried away by the flood. ' All along
tho valley, farmers sre moving their
families, household poaaeaalons and live
stock to the hills.
Around Hooper, end from there Into
Fremont, where the valley is from three
to five miles wide, the entire country hi
under water to a depth of from two to
alx feel. lart of this section Is closely
settled and many of the families have
moved to the hills, it Is reported that
all of ths wason bridges in the flooded
district have been badly damaged or da
atroyed. Over this atretch of the North-
wrotrrn road the track hss not been se
Washeata Are Reported.
Along the northern Una of the Burling
ton, from Sioux City to O'Neill, the water
is very hum. Near Jackson, MV feet o(
trark has been wsahrd eut snd Ilia
snoges at Goodwin, Be Idea and Oamond
rendered Impaaaable. There are two
Mahouts seat of Schuyler, one MS and
the other aennty-ats feet long, bis
pana of the bridge over the Platte, be
tween Uellewood and Columbus, are out
eoirio of tho branches la the northern
pert et ths ststa have sustained sarloua
damage by the washing of grades, but
the bridges all stand.
At Columbus the water receded this
morning, Indicating that the crest of the
Mod had been reached. However, more
high water was sxpected with the break
.ug of the Ice in the upper valley of
the Loup.. The lower portloa ef the
stream has broken up and It Is reported
that ths valley Is flooded snd a number
of the wsgon bridges swept swsy snd
many mors threatened:
Deagjtaa Laade Flooded.
At Valley, in the weat part of Douglas
county, the flood extend serosa the en
tire country from the Platte en the weat
to the Elk horn en the eaal, forming a
sea eferaler eight to ten mite wide and
from a foot to sis feet deep.- This con
dition extends up snd down ths valley
from a short, distance south of Fremont
l a point several miles south et town,
toe flooded district up and dowa the
river being probably fifteen te twenty
milas In length. The water Is running
through doatas of farm Bouses and ata
hlee and stock loeeee will be very heavy.
The water la Towing through town, being
up level with the tope of the railroad
In ths country to the southwest of
Omaha, It was evident that ths flood hsd
not reached Its maximum at noon.
Bridges on ths Platte, from Ashland
down) were holding well, but the etream
was tilled with running Ice. At Louis
ville the railroad bridge showed signs ef
weakening, but trains were being run
ever It. At La Flail tbe river fell three
feat last atghtf which wsa takes ta mean
that there was a heavy gorge at aome
point above. In vlw of tlua fact, both
the Burlington aod Mlaeourl raclfra seat
out dynamite crews te work on the Ice
whoa tbe gorge should break aad reach
" erf elk le Like Veatee.
Norfolk looks Ilka Venice. Boats sre
being used to trsnaport people through
the principal streets snd svsry bualnea
house la town has a basement full of
water. While the News wsa Issuing s
morning edition .lis preas room filled
with water to a depth of tlx fart sub
merging sll ths presets. ' The Auditorium
theater has tour feet of water, la the
orchestra pit and the dressing rooms be
neath the stage are filled. tTbe water le
e'tll rising. Every business firm la town
has suffered serious lass ss a result of
the overflow which Is the worst since
Uti. Norfolk avenue Is filled with water
as far weat as Third street snd North
Fourth street is a river. North of Hi
Minneapolis Omaha railroad tracks
over which the flood came into town la
a sea of wster a mile wide. The North
Nebraska Teachers' association con
vened hers this morning, but many were
kept away by ths flood. In the eastern
part of town hundred of homes are
surrounded by water severs) feet deep.
No trslns sre running on the Minneapolis
Omaha or on the Union Pacific Into
Norfolk. Many wagon bridges have been
carried sway north of Norfolk.
!vr II la It Water Mark.
When the Ice broke In the Loup river
yesterday afternoon and evening at Co
lumbus a new record for high water was
made, being higher thsn in Uti. Houses
that before stood high snd dry hsd wster
on the first floor. No loss of live stock
resulted, ss there waa ample warning.
Three miles of Burlington track' and
seven apans of their bridge were washed
out The Urge amount of water pre
vented Ice from forming aoild gorges.
lee Moves at Omaha.
It was reported yeeterdsy afternoon
that ths engineers of the Union Pacific
railway were to dynamite the Ice
which had banked against that bridge
here. On account of the good work done
by Old clot, the dynamiting was unnecee
sary. Thousands of huge cakes swept
down the stream to break Into million
of pieces agtlnat the huge atone plsrs
of the railroad bridge. A crowd of rail
road men stood shout the bridge for some
time watching the spectacle of cakes,
aome averaging fifteen to twenty-five
feet In length and aa wide, drift down
Ui river several miles aa hour, strike
ths bridge and bounce into the air and
aeatter Ilka an egg falling off a wall.
There wsa only one Ice gorge formed
yeaterday, and that was upon a sand
bar about half a mile north and east of
ths smelter Works.. The piers, of the
Douglas street bridge did valiant work
toe. yesterday. In breaking up the ic
cakes which drifted downward.
. At BaatoiVs Saturday '-l
1 Onca a moatk we (Ira -the public a striking demonstration pt
sr urrequaled buying facflltfe. Our J0 day have proven very pop-'
ufar and the bargains' offered mesa aa aver Increasing circle of
taaata-"":.'." i ' " "
t S-ceot packages Fleck'a Easier Keg Dyes
"Elite" Talcum chamois pad fn leather case .....
t. aii'.'e.tu.- a
ni wua , ikhui
He Baaasdowa Face Powder .' ;
tit Eudor for excessive perspiration'
lee Sanltol Tooth Powder ,
lie De Mara' Tooth Peat "
JSe De Mara' Tooth Powder .....,.i,...
Vi-plnt bottJa Witch Haiel
1-pint bottla dcBAUrad alcohol
1-pint bottle Household Ammonia ........ . ".
t-oa, VotUa Glycerine and Rosa Water .
-OS packkgs RucneUa Salts
l-lo. flake Camphor
tie Dido Nail Enamel, stick. Celluloid pox
tie Da Hart' Rose Glycerine Soap
LOWaUt MISSOlftt' If -' RISING
Fleed t'eadltloaa Prevail la Tlela-
llr at St. Leaia.
BT. LOUIS. March a. With k
stags the highest for March, it h.- k
Ince ths records have been kept la at.
Louie, a general rain falling throughout
the southern part of ths stats, aad
norm moving northeast from ths south
central atates, flood conditions sre likely
for this city and lbs lowisnds south of
The Mlaslaaiopl passed tha lwniv....
foot mark last night, with ths wster rla
Ing more than a foot in twenty-four
hours, snd the weather bureau this
morning predicted the river would attain
a depth of thirty to thirty-one feet,
flood stage, by the flrat at 1 K.
Although no lives have bean reported
oet inaaentai to the rise of the Mis
souri river, many families have been
forced to leave their bun Trihm.H..
are flowing from their banks and these
sre expected te bring the Missouri ts
a flood stage.
Governor Deoeea of llllnola hss ordered
the sdjutant generals department to send
tent to Cslro for the relief et families
forced from their homes by ths high
The Missouri south ef Fulton. Me.
hag been near tha danne mark bii
week and a heavy rein which fell there
en yesterdsy snd last night baa. added
to the seriousness of tbe altustion.
KANSAS CITT. March S.-Althoufh
the Ksness river hara maa elMn
inches during the last twenty-four hours
and Is ss high aa tt haa been at ,n
previous time this year, members ef the
local drainage board said today that th
river must rlae twenty feet mora bafora
reaching sn alarming stag.
Ths Missouri river alee is rising here,
but It Is causing no trouble.
Many Kansas streams are very high,
but they will sot overflow unless mors
rain falls. 1 -
FlexiMa Nail Files. Urge assortment, worth He aad tea ...,1(U
Manufacturer's sample Tooth Brushes, tSe to tSe ioi
Chamois, worth from 15 to J8c, slightly soiled from window dlf
'Follow the Beaton Path"
1 Beaton Drug Co,
Farnam and 15th Sts.
Senate Votes for'.
Smoot Pension Act
WASHINGTON. March St-Tha ...
tonight by a vote ef H to M rejected the
enerwooa aotiar-e-day pension bill which
hsd paxsed the house end enacted tha
Brneot ajeoerel age snd service pension
law which tt la estimated will Increase
us pension roll by C.0.e annually
during the Best five years.
SEAMAlf OR mWESS - STAITO
Carsaea laalet that High Coot ef
. Llr la; Makes Jecreaeeja .Wages
Imperative Twe Brldarrs Ce
Oat la Pelk Ceaaty.
TAFT VETOES BILL FOR Sil P
OF BURNT TIM8ER ON LANDS
WASHINGTON. March a-Pmiaea.
Tart today vetoed a bill providing for the
eeie or Burnt umber on land outside of
the national feresla. Tbe bill was de
signed te relieve the hotneataad aa,n
who eut fared aeverely through forest
fire. The president declared hie vote was
based ea the report of Secretary rtaber
a itne interior department, who de
clared K was as amhlarus that tha aa.
I partment weald not dare te take ad
vantage of It. Mr. Tatt said Mr. Fish
ers objection could be met by congress,
tor. sate ae. 1 approve of the general
relief sought by the bill."
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DE3 MOINES, March S.-8pectsl Tela-grsm.-Membera
of the board of arbitra
tion' which will determine the application
of the street railway men In Des Molnss
for an Increase of wsges and ether mat
ters met today. The first witness ex
amined before tbem was I. D. Seaman,
president of the local street railway men's
union. Mr. Beams a . described to the
arbiters the aeceaeity for sn Increase of
wages In Dee Moines, the standard te be
fixed similar to the wages paid to skilled
workmen In other lines of work. He
showed that the qualifications of a street
car motonnaa, conductor and men em
ployed In sll other departments were Just
aa rigid and as difficult to obtain as
those of men employed In sll other crafts,
yet the compensation la much leas. Mr.
teaman also explained that tbe extreme
high cost of living made It Imperative for
the street railway men to aak for an in
crease. Tbe Inquiry will continue tor
. Two Brldaea Ga Oat,
Owing to the high, water In .the Des
Moines river two big bridges were lost
in this county today. One was what It
known as the Coryden bridge In Ike north
part of the county, and another a bridge
over Big creek near Polk City. In an
ticipation of a big ice Jam here the
county has supplied a corps of men with
dynamite to break It up at any time.
Troable la Orgaalaatloa.
Tbe new city council is having trouble
getting together to hold a caucus for ths
purpose of deciding who shall have the
different departments of city work. To
day for tbs third time an effort Was
mads to hold a caucus, when Councilman
Roe was sbsent on account ef Illness snd
ths others Insist they will do nothing
until he Is present There Is suspicion
that Roe Is purposely absent snd does
not want to take the responsibility tor
what tt done. . ,
Treabte Over River.
Much surprise waa sxpressed among
business awn hers today over news from
Washington that the board of review
has refused to approve the report of
Major Rlche of the engineer's depart
ment In favor of making an appropria
tion to make the Des Moines river nav
igable. It haa been reported here that
ths report would be approved and con
gress would be advlssd to make ths ap
train, filling both audience coaches. Glen
wood was one ef the banner etopa of tbe
dey, the crowd being ao Urge ths' car
windows hsd to be opened so that those
on tbe station Diet form might bear.
There was a good crowd at Essei snd
then the train arrived here at Shenan
doah, where is seised some of ths bee
corn la the world. The enthusiasts au
dience that greeted the train was a high
compliment to the movement for the last
tea year for the betterment ef seed corn.
Several large seed corn concern sre es
tablished here. When the first seed corn
train arrived about eight years sgo tt
was received with susptcloa. Todsy Is
wss received with a rousing welcome.
Ths train stops tonight et Clarinda tor
aa evening meeting.
Oalv oe Btloro atriiriwB.1"
That la LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature of E. W. GROVE.
Uaed tha' World over te Cere a Cold tn
One Day. Stc
Seed Corn Special -
Visits Sidney i
IDNET. la, March .-Speclal.-
Heart to heart talks by agricultural ex
pert- te ever IMS farmers of souther
Iowa were held yesterday from the Bur
lington seed corn -and test vpeetat troth",
now en a twe weake -itinerary ewer the
Burllngtoa system la Jowa. ..
Farmers from the surrounding territory
of seven towns turned anxious ears te
the words of advloa offered and listened
to discussion of seed corn tests that have
already been made from corn In this
territory.. The tests develop that not
over U per cent Is fit to plant aad the
remainder Is slthsr entirely desd or gel',
mint us vary poorly. Experience during
the last several years hss made ths
farmers apt students and thsy are tax
Ing seriously to tbs problem of increasing
the productiveness of their, soil and la
maintaining it Prof. H..A, Hauasr, one
of the principal speaker of the stats
agricultural collage cerpa cannot be ac
cused of being a rheoreUcal farmer. He
owns and operates a farm et hie own In
Msrahall county and la able to answer
every , question concerning practical
farming that haa been aeked of him.
Mies , Clara Cewgill, .county supsrut
tsndsnt of Montgomery .county. Joined
the need corn special at Villisca and
rode with the party to Red Oak, securing
infonnaUoa frewi: the agricultural ex
pert for use la connection, with the
agricultural teaching ahe has started
and encouraged ta tbe oounty eehoolt of
her county. Already she bss asked every
student in tha county ta test ten ears of
corn for. use In planting bn their par
ent s farm this spring. , -
Tbs towaa at which meeting were bold
today were VUilesa, Stan ion. Elliott,
Giiswsld Emerson. Caraon aad aadney.
A nvoaater meeting waa held last alghl
tn the court house, addressee being goads
by Prof. sUOTsneoa. Prof. Hsaatr and
Prof. A. A. Burger. -
Railroad Office Ihaag.
MASON CITT. la.. March a.-H. vl
tHckinson, superintendent et the Msson
city sivttrioe of the Northwestern rail,
road, baa been appointed auperiateadent
of the Dakota dlvlatea at Huron, sue
eeedlag aupartaK rodent Dorm. H. C.
kmiBgbeaas of Boone. la. head ef the
bridge and building Sapart merit has
beta appointed sxipermteadsnt here.
Corn Special Goes
Through South Iowa
SHENANDOAH, la., March m-Bpe,
dal.)-The tardea spot ef lews, when
land at selling as high aa taa) par acre,
muck of which la bow submerged 1
water from the swollea streams, waa
pierced today by tha BarSagtea aesd
corn special train bearing It image ef
eaoouragement for lateastfled farming.
But swollen strtauis and Inundated reads
did not deter farmers from coming te
bear the words ef advice from the State
Agricultural college professors, who are
urging apon farmer the careful lectio
of teed corn and conservation of the rich
At the first stop of the day. at Ran
dolph, both audience coaches were filled
with farmers aad aa overflow meeting
was held In-the depot waiting room.
Despite the fact tha train arrived at t tt
a. m. there were farmers la tha audience
who Hved sevsa and tea miles front town
They had reached there ea horseback,
the roads being impaaaable for wagons
and- baggie, and the bersas' rlddea br
these mea were spattered with stud to
their flaaka and many had ta rise their
horses through water tap to their stdea
This demormrates tha Intense Interest
of farmer tn getting all availaNs In
formation aad education they eea te as
sist tbem In making their lsnd'yield a
greater Income. At tola point the college
professors were presented US) kernel of
osra la testers that had been la ths
germtnadoa process for scoring. ' The
scoring disclosed S Strang. weak and
3t dead. This was equivalent te but M
per seat fit for planting. The tacts made
at dtaereat statJoao Indtnals that aa the
average tbe eara ta bat abeat B par cess
of tt'surtabi for planting. ,
At Malvern a large crowd greeted tbe
at Blacksburg, S, C.
BLAKSBTJRO. & C March a-Two
negroes were lynched near here todsy
after aa attack oa a whits man.
I've had to
hustle some to;;
build up this
ness. I'm not
. going to loose'
any of it by
My suits to
order at $25 to '
S40 are gems
WILSON v '
MacCirthy-WiUon Tailoring C.
804-300 South Sixteenth Ba'
Ceryn.lt Ken lekeseei bhea
V play of Spring
models in suits and over
coats; it ought to interest
you. Lots of snappy new
ideas; smart long lapels,
the high cat waistcoats, tha
shapd-over-the-liipo style in
ooat and trousers.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
have produced for as aome es
pecially lively models this
Spring; things young men will
want; things good for any man,
of any age.
Let ua ahow yoa what wa
Base); doesn't ooat aaythina
to took at tasm; aad Its
. eoaatar to buy thga.
Salta 111.09 aad an
Overcoats I16.S0 aad ay
An Easter Tip
All the aid to tasty dressing, all the ai
to comfortable dressing are to be found
, in our fitrnishing department for nun.
Exclusive Neckwear for Easter
"We dont believe there's a reasonable man
' . within trading distance of Omaha whom we can
' - -not satisfy in Neckwear Excluisiveness is one,
of our pet hobbies, and even a glance at our
super stock shows why we are the acknowledged
' . . leaders of fashion. True, in one sense, they're
. not cheap, but for the money are bountifully
equivalent in richness, quality and 6tyle K)nr
.showing of knitted and crochet novelties is
, .; .,. something unusual. Cannot stop to describe
them; brrt quickly sum up the whole story in
. .. . two words Fashion's latest. - .
50c to $3.00
' ... . The" season's approved styles in Shirts, "
.. , - Gloves, Collars and Hosiery are shown in seem
singly endless varieties.
. v Don't Mar Your Easter Attire
' With an Unbecoming Hat
y How necessary to have a hat fit your features as
'."well as your head. That's what we do at this store.
" Our aim is, to please, not merely sell you. Buying a
; hat is a trying task at its best. Our salesmen are men -of
long experience, who are anxious to give you the
benefit of that experience in helping you make a suit
able selection. ...Every wanted style every color and
every size. We can't help but please you.
We are the largest distributors of Stetson Hats in
Broning;King & Cq
. E. S. WILCOX, Mgr. Fifteenth at Douglas. ,
Extraordinary Display of New Smart Spring
Styles at : , ,r
Treatment for. ,
s Nervous Men
Conine from a source of un- .
questioned authority aa the all-
ments et men It Is preeim,d to
he Infallible while ths profession
venerally endoree the lnaredients
sad prescribe tbem In many dif
ferent forms of various dlaeaeee.
The following- formula la tilgtily .
effloient la quickly restorlnc In.
narvoua exhaustion, melancholia-
anxiety, timidity fn venturing,:. 1
dlssineac, neart palpitation,
trembllna llmiw. . insomnia, tbln
naaa, cold extremitle. tlred-all-In
feallnx and seneral inability
to' do thoea natural and rational
aets usee which depsnds a man s
success and happiness In social
and every-day Ufa
' The Instructions for mixing et
heme etcretly eo that no embar
rassment may be felt, are aa fol
lows: . first get three oencee of
ayrup sarswparHla compound and
one ounce eoa.peund fluid balm
evert; tain aad 1st stand twe
hours. Tbea add one ounce com
pound essence' cardlol and one
ounce tincture eademene eom
, peand aot eardaaraml, and mix
ail together. . Tbe directions sre
to take one teaapoonful after
each meal and one when retiring,
until bou-dlrrg health- - and full
Irenfih are restored, hjven a
few weeka will witness moat
wen'arf ui results.
Astonishing nervous force snd
equilibrium follow the treatment,
ae mattsr- how serious tbe case.-
This contain no opiate what
ever and may also be uaed by
w erase wha auffer with their
nerves with absolute certainty of
' prompt and lasting benefits
Tbe above prescription te manu
factured sy toe weU known phar
maceutical houae. Prescription
Products Co. Series, Ohio.
fcow Bates to waeUto Oeaat, -
Effective tntll April IS. Specially low
ratee will h in effect to points in West
em Csnsda, Wsahlngton, ldsho sncf
Oregon, via the Canadian Pacific hv.
Particulars on application ts Geo. A
..alton. Uenersl Agent, 121 South Clstk
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SOTHERN & MARLOWE
ia aaakaspeeseaa Xepertetje
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Beata sTew BeOlng.
70 Years Ago"
Exclusively in ,
THE OMAHA BEE
a '"t, itwij intAIKli
xvoar, see. Sue.
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Mights, IS to toe pxata, 15a, gg,
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Tin BelooBt lestasrant
The epicure remembers the
eccssion with fond recollec
tion Qaiafe Bervtee, food that
ticklea yeur palate, end aa
attractive acale of prfcee le a
combination that aiwaye faa
cinatse our diners The pure '
food and reeteoraat Inspectiea
law are a eaperflueue Issue ia
Iiook for the large electric
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toalgkt, state. Tee Tkara, f,t
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nm ntaaooxi or bpbasTstb
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Is S. S. 144,
Matinee Today, 2:15.
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LTgiow THE BOM TOK
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-wlth Bert Baker, the typical tad; Bat,
Latour, . the Eva Tangoajr (tri; ;
Peeley A Kelly; The t MacLa; Lmb
ter Sj. Broiler Beauty Oorus.
taStee Bdme stattaea srvarr Week Day.
Sua. A V, k: The Bowery, Bnrteaauers.
cost eor ataULa v
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defying death, by allowtsg aa K. at.
F. W aatomebtle carrytag Ova pas
seagan to drive ever hia hedy, an,
leg aad Beck. - -.T?
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