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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1912.
1318-20 Tvnum Street
New arrivals in theLillipu-
tian section this week of fetching
little dresses and long slips, adding new
interest to anmatchable assortments of all the
cute things for little folks' wardrobe.
Simple little slips of fine nainsook with clus
ters of fine tucks, and a touch of embroid
ery or lace, at $1.00, 75c and 50c
Dainty lace or embroidery trimmed dresses,
others with ."hand feather stitching, . fine ,
i m tacks and hand embroid
Kxl. erv with Diain hem" or rut-'
fie. in soft nainsooks at
$1.25, $1.50, $155, etc.
Strictly band Bid dresses and
Hps of Franca nainsook, vita
- leather ditching, French
kaota, Haagarlaa crochet
stitch, or hand embroidery.
aet together with dainty oeam beading,
aome have real Val. or Irlah lace, at (1.73 .
Our Infants' Couplet Outfit are of great
Interest to mothers, at SlO, 915 and $25
Elaborate assortments of Blbe, Vesta,
Bands, Stockings, Bootees. Basques, Pillow
Covers, Bonnets, etc., at moderate prices.
WRITE FOB I1LCSTBATED CATALOGl'K.
SEYEN EN BURN TO DEATH
Two Lofgiag Camp Are Destroyed"
1 flea Hamilton, Wash.
OX JTJIX8 BU1S1D 0YE1
II La ra Add! ti ess la Ttmbe
Cease sesd Will Arseest
Oae Headred 'ttliml '
. BtUJNOHAK. Wh, May tt.-S.vin
sms wr hunnd to death, att sousr
all of Umber sad two camps of a log
fine company mw Hemlltoa were de
stroyed by a forest fir that swept ikasll
eeunty, Waerilngteo, Ut sight. Tb
property loes In addition to tb Umber
STUDENT DROWNED IN '
BIVEB NEAR MITCHELL
MITCHKLL, S. t. May tt.-Kpw-Ul -Two
hundred and fifty student of Ds
bote Wnleyaa university attended th
funeral service this morning ovor tin
remains of Tracer Jsaney, tb young
inaa b was drowned la tb jsmes rlvsr
vsstsrday, wbxn a group of studtnta wnt
to the river tot a picnic. J an nay and en
otner young mas. WJ out In a cano.
which wae ovartumod and Jenney
wa drowned. Jannay bodr wad recov
eted after being In lb water tblrty
minute. After iba aarvioM tha students
wiarrhad In a body to tb Mttwaiik
depot and the body was taken to Dol
men 1. B. D.. for interment, being acoom
land by the father and taa etudrnt f
SOUTH DAKOTA ODD FELLOWS
' ELECT GRAND OFFICERS
ABERDCKN. & t., Iday IWftnectan
The (rand eaeempment ef tbe Odd
PaUow started officer yaatarday friar
aaen a follow: Orand aatrtarb. W. K
I"evenjart, Cotumbtat trend Tie patri
arch, Ai T. Adam. Bpaarflah; grand
senior wtwn. Fred Oarber. Wortblns;
rang Junior warden. A. J. Maeby, Dall
Maples; grand am be, Harvey J. RJoa.
Heresy graad treaeiirer. Oaeree W. Snow,
waalaafietd; gtaad rarr iilaUra. jeha
J. poster, naadraau; grand marshal. It
M. BasUnsaeas, Watartewej grand tfattds
esatlnas. J. a Permt. Da taMi graad
enrtatde matte!. J. ft. Chu. rredark.
J. H. Carleton Makes :
Bequests to Colleges
IOWA P ALIA' la., slay BWBpartel.)
Wldespread lauraat I taken m tb will
of k law Joha H. Cnrleten ef thta'etty,
whkh wee eaad nublss today. Mr. Carls
ton atad si will but November, and a
hie reel aatet Is etlmated te he worth
rw,T, hi bequest ere naturally many
and large A aumber of Inatltutlon an
uraainbstsd by btc. Carlaten. among tha
being fM.nM te Cornell college at Mount
Varna, lie) to th Chrtetlao Home
orpheaasa, located at Council Bluffs.
Bllsworth oolles ef thl etty I glvan
fis.fst, eondliloned upon tb souring of
aa equal sum from eocne ether eouroe
One-half of thl bequest hi to be repre
anted by to Carletoa homaitead, toceted
In tbe earns block a the college build-
Insa The bom I to be known a "Car-
Men homa." Tbe Domeetlo Or hoot of
Arts, being ooro plated In this flty by Mia.
s Mmplol, Is given ffaS. jama P
Carleton of St. Paul. John J. Carlatoa
of thl city, eon of th deceased. nd A.
M. Vchanks ef Masa -City, are earned
a asecutor of the will and each I re
quired to give a bond of COOS. The bulk
e fth eetate goe to th thro ehfldren
of Mr. Carleton: Jamea r. Carleton. Jthn
J. Carleton and Mrs. Elvira K. ljtufnlln
of Hubtierd. The eatele I mad up ef
mortgage, beak stocks, ete.7'ftd 'In
clude holding In th Flret Nafaueiil end
Security Kavinc ef thl elty, Stat blhk
of Dowa and bank at Led yard. I.; dlt
and concern at Maaon City' and St.
IIOWA DEMOCRATS LINING UP
Clerk and Wilsos Forces Claiming
Control of State Convention.
FIRST SESSIOV - TOKOKiOW
kaaen tea Deheamttaw May Be la
atrwre4 far Bryaa la Caa ef
PeadlaeSi Oalaawtee Are
Plecklag te ertlagVea.
BURLINGTON, la.. May U.-Every
train arriving today brought hundred
of delegates and poiitictana to attend the
Iowa democratic convention, which will
be held here tomorrow to (elect twenty
Iz delegate to tha Baltimore convention
and adopt a party platform. Tba contest
I between the Champ Clark force and
th friend of Woodrow Wilson. Of the
1.034 delegate the Clark men claim MI
are Instructed for tfadr candidate and 18
The Wilton men, however, deny tb
accuracy ef the flgurca and amy that
Clark a instructed delegate number 94.
while Wileoa baa Bl Both aide admit
that th control of tbe convention 1 in
tb hand of th nnlnatructed delegate.
Bryaa I th (bote of the dx dele
gate from Luce county and there I
mm Harmon eentlmrat la a few coun
Th Indication are that the field will
combine In aa effort to prevent the tn
Structkm of th national delegate for
Clark, la tb event of a deadlock then
Is e pooelbtllty that Bryan may be taken
up as a eom prorata candidate, a be ha
many friend among tha .delegate.
M. r. Healy of Fort Dodse. who will
be temporary chairman of the conven
tion, and fit Bcbormaa ef Decorah,
temporary aaoretsir. are Clark men.
Bennett Clark., eon of the apeaker of
th houe ef rprntstls. and enthue
ktstieally gratd a "Champ Junior," ar
rived early In the day, erooupanled br
United Mate Senator Janes A. Reed
of Missouri. la th afternoon be wa
given a reception.
Th Clark manager have advertised for
M hound dog for u st tha convention.
The Clark slat far delegat-sl-larg
eon tain the name ef Emmet Tlnley,
Ceendl Bluff: Claude ft. Porter, Center
iy: ML P. Healy. Port Dodge; Wilbur
W. Marsh. Waterloo.
The Wileoa men have prepared no slat
Threw Demeerett Ceaveatteaa.
CinCAOO. May U. Democrat of Mice
Igaa. Tenaeeaee and South Carolina met
m etau and district oofiveatlena today
to elect deles tee te Baltimore. Clark and
Wliaon war peeled te battle at Bay
City for Michigan's twenty-four district
delegate and sis dlgates-et-larg, while
a faction apparently favor an aala
e true ted delegation.
Th fourteen dutrtet deles tee end four
at large from South CaroHaa may be an
matrueted. It ha been eoncedad that th
Wlloon and Underwood faction win be
the trongt at th Columbia convention.
With four presidential candidates In tbe
field and I than M per cent of the LMI
delegates litatrucxed. Tenneem a twenty.
four delegate, wlaaecrea predicted, aleo
win be unlnet meted. All th candidate
will have aome representation on the del
egation, it I paid. -
Republican convention will be held In
Igbt Minnesota , congreaslonal dtatrtott
today, at each of which two delegate to
th national convention will he elected.
Tb platform otrere th only feature ef
fnl Mlealmlppl democratic convention to
day, the atat primary having gins tb
twenty delegates te Underwood,
BOOT OF GIRL FOUND '
IN LAKE W00NS0CKET
MITCHELL, & DK May hV-Otpeclal )
Th artificial Ukt at Wooaaocket ataliued
It flret victim in tb person of MMs
Hannah Bollman. aged 0 yeare She twd
worked as a domeetlo la the family ef
E. R. Wolur fr a couple ef years, sad
leaving th heua tea any aget an a
rainy evening h disappeared completely
from eight. When the girl failed te te
tura th neat day., star was Instituted
for her, but not the ttghteet chie could
be found leedlng to her disappearance.
After ten days had mill a body wa
found floating la th lake, and when It
waa recover It wa found to be that
of Ml Bellman. Th young woman raft
nothing that would Indicate the oaua ef
Persistent Advertising I th Road t
M 8 Theater
26th and Farnam Streets
' , . A handsome, specially designed, cheerful,
' healthful, sanitary theatre, planned and built ,
at an expense of thousands of dollars.
' Only moving picture theatre in Omaha prop-
erly ventilated. The only one that is fumigated
weekly, also cleaned daily by a vacuum cleaner.
Best and snappiest pictures that money can
buy. Perfectly dean from start to finish. A safe ,
place for the womtjn and children.,
The auditorium is constructed on a slant so .
- that there will be a straight sight line from every
' seat io the picture. The chairs are roomy, and .
' -Ther will be aongs by singers who ''know
' how", and music by an orchestra of admitted
2Gth ADD FARilAr.
ROOSEVELT AT NOR WALK, . O.
Celeael fare Parker Demeerat Are
SANDIIRKT. 0 May l.-"I Intend to
take Bathing that not mine." said
Colonel Rooeevelt In speech at Bellevu
today, "but If anybody trie to teke what
la mine, there win be a lively tiro.''
Th colonel mad thl -remark In say.
Ing thnt he was content with the verdict
of the people, but that If the people were
for him he would not ubrnlt to being
cheated eut ef that support. '
"Th powers of privilege In tb derao
erstle party are helping our -opponent
In every way." said the colonel at Nor
walk. "In New Tor and Massachusetts
the great democratic paper which repra
ent th reactionary, stand pat democratic
element, tb papers that helped Parker
In IS, are practically all tbe organ of
Mr. Ten. They ere democrat le only
nominally. They do the bidding ef Wall
tract, with the dmocnUe leaders In
ongreee. They are working to prevent
my nomination, partly bwoauee they are
a fluid I will win if I am nominated and
partly because they do net like my style
Acid Bombs Were
Used at Muscatine
DAVENPORT. la.. Mny lL-Thomas
Hoakln. aelf-confeeeed alsver of Of
ficer Oertecher at Muscatine, wbe to
erring a life term in tbe penltettary,
continued his testimony in th trial today
of O. C. Wilson, labor leader, charged
nth ccasytracy against eoa-union mark
er la th recent bettoa factory strifes.
Hoklno testified concerning th Im
portation of add bomb Into Muacetin
and confessed to being a party te th
alleged conspiracy. He wee the flret wR.
aea following the completion ef the Jury
lete yesterday and hi evidence I ex
pected by the rate te have aa Impor
tant bearing aa th ease.
Despite a gruelling cross-examination
Hoskinson refused te admit that a prom
Is of Immunity had been extended te
blm. in consideration of his .testimony
en behalf ef the atat. Little nrograss
wa mad because of frequeat las bee
between eppodng eeunaaL
lees Sewe Males.
PORT DODOB-Edward Dan or. IT yeare
oM. died auddenly her, today when he
waa wit Bin three weeks ef realisation of
ambition to seem a diploma (reea Toeta
I ouiieg. alter year of studious appUoa
tJon. Overarork had weakened hie con
! etitutloa and sudden iilaese eeuid net b
I PORT DODGE Th Port Dodg Light
and Power company ha ubm!tted to tha
: city council a tentative ordinance govera-
Ing a central heating plant tha company
I propose installing here. They expect
, te have the aystem (upptylng VM build.
ling within six months after th ordla
aic k psmiid.
; PORT DOPGB Dcirg honor te e fel
low Great Waatera official, aver 10
district officiate of th road passed
I through her oa a special train te Coun
i ell Bluffs end return to Ctertoa, to ee-
cert th body ef J. O. Pnca, wbe died
. m a Council BhirT hospital. . The train
ptcaoe up every man along tne Ilea who
oeuld poeaSMy Jota la Una mark at respect
tar Mr. Prtoa.
COMMAMCHE-Mra. U Snalth. sged 71
years, wae Instantly killed seat evening
wbea an) was street br e train while
croastnet the tmcaa at a street Paula
CXDAR RAM Ud Tba saawtessah a
nwai aesetlB; f the lew State Bar aaeav
cxathm will hi bssi c the M entree he-
Handlers Get Pay;
Milwaukee Men Quit
CR1UOO, May H. Striking freight
handlers, strong, today marched from
a meeting In a West Side hall te various
freight office and received their wage.
Felines an who ware auxtunoned te guard
against possible trouble had nothing to
do. The men took their wages and de
QUINCT. HI., May 16-Th freight
handlers of the Wabash joined those of
th Burlington today and want oa a
strike. The Wabash force consist Hd of
ten trucker, two ptckcrs end en check
clerk. At the Burlington freight bwe
new men have been employed and freight
Is being moved a usual.
MILWAUKEE. Wf., May tt-Fsur
hundred freight ' handlere and railway
clerks of tb Chicago, Milwaukee 9t
Paul railway struck today in aympthy
with the Chicago freight handler. It '
reported that fifty freight handlers on-
ployed by th Chicago Northwestern
road also struck.
Tb atrtlter picketed th steamboat
dock tM afternoon and expect to indvo
others te Join their ranks
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
PAYS FIFTY THOUSAND FINE
JEFTERSON CITT. Mo., May UV-Th
Standard Oil company paid a fine ef
tM.W to th clerk of th Supreme ooart
today as a result ef being prosecuted as
There t ft motion pending before the
supreme court on behalf of th Standard
OU company asking that it may be per
mitted te pay the fine tmpoaed apen It,
together will all the costs of th prose
cution and that th order ousting it from
the state be wtthbheld. o long ss It
hey th la and the orders of tbe
Tb Republic OU company, which was
ale touad 'guilty M expected now te pay
PEARLSTINE AND BREMEN
DECLARED NOT GUILTY
CHKTXNN'E. Wye.. May' !.- Special
Telegram.-la the ease ef tbe United
State government against . A, Pearl
tln nod George Bremen of this city,
after Iwtening to the evidence Judge
Joha A. Rlnr, United States district
Judge this morning Instructed th Jury
to return a verdict of acquittal.
Mr. Frank A, Brewa.
ABERDEEN, S. D, May M.-SpscUI.)
Mrs. Prank X. Brown, wit ef an Aber
deen bankar and capitalist, died yester
day at Rivortda, Cat,, where she had
been for several months la hope of bene
fiting her health. The body will be
brought here, and th funeral win be
ootid noted by the peat matron ef the local
Order of tha Eastern Star. She was U
years ef age.
Men. t, M. Jaekeea.
BEATRICE. Neb., May tt.-8poial.-Mrs,
M. Jackson, who recently cam
here from Iowa, passed away yesterday
afternoon nt the home of her daughter,
Mrs. M. P. riannery In Wrat Beatrice.
She was M Veers af age. and la Survived
bv-e .family of five efeUdrta.. bar- hus
band havtrot passed away years ago. Tba
body was taken to St. Francle, Kan., this
afternoon for bortai. ' '
.Allen D. Settley. '
In the death early yesterday of
Allen p. Buttlay, aged, eg years, Omaha
lost Its eldest expressman. Puapley had
redded In Omaha for forty-five years
and has conducted as express business
II that time. He had been IU only a
brief time. He I survived by a widow,
four sons, Jaa, Allen, 'jr.: Charles and
Walter, sad on daughter, Clara, Suttley.
J erne Flick, aged J year, wbe ha
a red In Omaha many yeare. died early
yesterday in a local haapitaL , Messrs
Cols Mackay,' undertaker, are try
ing to find relatives la Iowa and arrange
for tbe funeral.
EPISCOPAL COUNCIL ' OPCNS
Fertr-rtfth Aenaal Meetlag Ope as
at Jaewhe atemeetal Halt.
The ferty-flfth annual council of the
Episcopal dweess ol Nebraska got hits
full w1ng yesterday morning for a tw
days' eeetna. Commanwa wss celebrated
In Trinity oat bed re! and Rev. Charles Ro
lltt, secretary of the Sixth mlsetonary
district, gave an addnae there, after
which the council met In Jacobs Memor
ial hall to formally organise.
In hi ad drees Rev. Mr. Rolltt mad an
earnest appeal for the parishes and mis
sions ef th small towns and village,
that they be . not forgotten and ailowsa
te perish from discourage raent la the
march which the great centers are mak
ing in th world-wide contest for Chris
tianity. Right Rev. A. L. Williams,
blah op of tha diocese, wa assisted a
celebrant of the communion by Dean J.
A. Taacock of Trinity and Rev. John
Williams of St. Barnabas.
The bishop, clad In his purple robe,
presided at th business session. Rev. w.
U. Moor was Unanimously re-elected
secretary of th council. His iMmlnatloa
of Rev. John Albert William ef St
Philip hi assistant was confirmed
with much Interest. This I Mr. Wil
liams twenty-first year . ef service m
thia position and he was declared by
some of tbe pioneers of tba council to bs
The halt was crowded yesterday morn
ing wRh delegates and spectators. There
are ministers and dee cone from Blair,
Central City. Columbus. Fremont, Lin
coln, Nebraska City. Ashland. Reno-tee.
Schuyler. Plattaraowth. Omaha. Many of
the womea wbe attended th twenty
sixth annual meeting of the Women's
auxiliary of th diocese Twesdny are re
maining for the council meeting.
Notabls la the eeuncfl is Jssses W. Van
N oat rend ef M. Barnabas who was pres
ent at tb ergasisaUoB f the council
forty-five years age and has never missed
a ejecting since. His wtfs, who as aa ac
tive worker in the Woman's aaxiuiary.
Is also receiving congratulation today,
it being her eeveaty-nlnth birthday.
Rev. W. J, White of St. Lukes at
Platlamoutk la tb ether delegate at the
mestlnc who wa present at tb first
meeting and he ha misesd but a few
meeting in hetwsaa.
Among th priests who have esses a
long way to attend the meeting at Rev.
James Wlas whs tha bishop designated
ae one ef the -eld boys" of the dloces.
He started his nunlstartaj career at thv
Marks. South Osavalas, and Is now rector
of the Church of the Haty Censmamloa la
A li sssalsllis of the prtsstliva Amstl-
Hetsaea who Is ses
wdth the ladl of Has
Next Saturday Brandeis Stores offer
the greatest varieties of fine muslin under
wear at the most notable bargains ever known in Omaha.
This is Brandeis Stores Annual May Sale
of Muslin Underwear
Hundreds of Omaha women wait for it in order that
they may buy their supply of undermuslins for the
season, selecting from immense varieties and profit
ing by the most remarkable bargains of the year.
This year our stock is larger, our undermuslins are . of higher quality and
our values are positively greater than we have ever before offered to the women
By all means see our great window displays.
Sale begins Saturday, May 18th.
POLK HIRESJAX FERRETS
Iow&nj Wae Have Ooae to Cali
fornia Hut Pay D
LOOK FOft sTUJ.TOH DOLLARS
Ralph MeMUsaa, TesusaT Ovavtar, Who
pelt at Perry Frees. Asreplaae
WIU Probably Reoavar Preaa
Hto I alert ae,
fpmm a Staff Corrsepondant)
DKS MOINBS. la. May U.-( Special
Telegram.) A contract for enUeetloa of
delinquent tsxes due thl oousty was
entered Into today that R M promleed
will yield the county tl.,oe In the
next two year. Tha contract Is with
former tag ferret for collection of the
back taxes on a percentage basts. It Is
claimed that PJM.OM la due en personal
property taxes from former residents of
th city who have gone to California,
Parry Aviate te Recover.
It was announced at tb hospital today
that Ralph McMillan, th young aviator
who fell a hundred feet at Prry will re
cover. II wss brought here for treat
ment with five or Ma fractured bones
Tb machine waa also s complete wreck.
Least Teres tee Robbery,
H. H. Haste and Roy Brafford, two
young men convicted in court of robbery
of a man on th street, from whom they
enured eighteen dollars, war seatsnosd
to twenty years each In prison.
7 Year Old Whiskey
vi nsrear taste a whisker like It at the orioe. Thl
-aneem offer elmelv made to further lntroduc
th "HllUr Brand of Pine Whlh1ee" Think f . It
A FULL QUART FOR 80c
4 PTfU QVAJhTB fWIFPfjB PBBPAIB
' Kqual to most brand that aell for twice as much.
"Hlller' Straight" I mellow and palatable, and o pur
It Is roemmnded by many aoctor ror tne sks room.
Phono, ! as wrrle as
Six Miners Rescued
Alive; Five Missing
' t no V WOOD. Mien.:' Mar hV-Aftar
nearly twenty-four hour. 1 of ht
thirteen miner who war Impnoonee ia
h Vnrrta mlna of the Oltvsr Iroa Mut
ing company late Monday asgbt, were
rescued but night, tb kast ansa neang
taken from th (haft about U o'clock.
Tho rescued are.
Prank Jaascsak. Jaosh Anderson, Oaoar
Ksrt. Oeorg Kronkln, Prank Eaav
hrowns and August Clys.
Tbs bodlee of tw miners whs were
ainwi mmr reci eared. Prve men still are
mlastng and believed s have been killed.
Key to the BtlaoUon Bee Advrtllna,
Seven Bodies Found
in Ruins of a House
' Near Lund, S.D.
nsrvtuA a n. liaw la.-Tha charred
bodle ef seven persons war found today
la th ruins ef to some ot inn reiw
son, near the tows of Uind. In Lyman
county. The bodies are supposed to be
thoss of Peterson, hi wife and five chil
dren. Whether th seven person were
murdered and their bodies burned or lost
their Uvea In a rir la set known. An In
vestigation la being made. , .
' tC'lavkj ttrrtee Nevada. '
RENO, Nov., May. JL-Cbamp Clark
carried the demecratio primaries la Ne
vada by more than I to L over Woodrow
Wileoa yeeterday on th f of th re,
rums received up to noon today. .Out of
a total of tM delegate to the Mat con
veatiaa, which wDI esse noble at .Falloa.
June t, Clark has 147 sad Wllsoa 17. Clark
leader claim their candidate wilt cap lure
the entire twenty-two remaining dele
gates. Wliaon oa triad hut twe counties In
th state. Herman did not figure to any
noticeable anient la the voting.
Persistent Advertising is th Road, t
? - Co To Your Doctor
l(.ir (sllwut met? Troubled with eUlsdrufn Wnt snors nah-7 M elegant arteiingr
a aa . tf t - ' liismaal
Ayers nair vigor EZ-iAi
Ws sesstv sVKtors avdorst tha, or we would ant pat it op.
DOCS NOT COLOR THE HAIR
t. O. Aree Censy. Sewell. STeee.
Place on Sale
NEXT MONDAY Mi7
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' This establishment maintained a high reputation in New
Terk and throughout the eeet fee tb elegecce and sxciustve
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On account ef the remarkable concession, ws secured en
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In high cktsa laces, trimmings, eats, partly made and unmade
robe, party and evening eoata, oils, dress fabrics) elaborately
so, wrel dared chiffons, rib bona, wash foods in patterns, tnolud- 1
Ing away Importations that era xtrm novel tie. Jet gar
alturea. gold and silver and cryetal fringe, iridescent
Embroidered and ttlummated reuses arid ehrffoa rtotha
Charmuesa aatia, al lover printed vol Lee, mareuiaettea. beauti
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Prloss Msaaofisblo, '
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Aesthetic, National, Folk, Paa
tomlme and Cbaraetor Dance.
AdmliunoB 8Sc to 91 JM).
Beats now ott sale at Box Office.
THE LITTLE PRINCESS
(SARA CREWE) .
' Saturday Matinee and Night
MAY 18, 1912
for the benefit of Tho Visiting
Nurae Association, lie see seal scats
oa sale at bos office oa aad after
Thursday. l'rk-ee: $1.00, 700,
ftor and 23c.
OMAHA VS. TOPEU
MAY 13, 14, 15, 16.
Today la Ladles' Day.
Cars leave ISth and rantaat I;la,.
atat. a" very Day. S:ls. atvary aTigkt, SUS
I Asvaacas TatrDBTn.i,a
I Louise Dresser; Waiter Hampden t
Co.: Cblako; Tha Marveloue Miltera:
Brown Nevarro: Moa. a. R Laefc:
. Minnie Kaarmann; Kiaetoeoope: Or
i pheum Osncart Ore beet re. Price: Night,
' 10. ite. Me. Tie; Matinee, lc beat
eels sac. except aataroay and Sunday.
BOYD'S ,1rtl nre, Tvrle,
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rxasaat ight, see.
SOe; Slav, Seat
artel ef Stataa,
Pan. BWttre Oasuurs o Ftaeram
tat. Ua est, son af asm 3a
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