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THE BEE: OMAHA, HUDAY, SEPTEMBEE 20, 1912.
PECIALWES IN MEN'S WEAR
The Men's Section in the west aisle meets the
demand for' men's goods that are uncommon-' -a
few prominent items are
MEN'S CAPS English and conservative styles, .$1 to $2
MEN'S HATSImperials. . '. .$3; Stetson,. . . .$3.50 to $6
MEN'S COLLARS Arro or Barker brands, 15c each;
or two for........... 25c
MEN'S NECKWEAR Cheney Ties, Kaiser Ties, broad
end ties ...50c Up
MEN'S GLOVES Cross English Gloves, tan cape, hand
sewed, at $1.50
MEN'S SHIRTS-Columbia Shirts with attached revers
- '' ible cuffs, at. .$1.50
Gray flannel Shirts, at . $2.00
MEN'S UNIONS Mentor Union Suits, 'closed crotch,
at;.......' .$1.00 to $3.50
MEN'S HOSE Wayne Knit and Interwoven silk lisles,
at......... ...25c, 35c, 50c
v Pure Silk Sox, lisle sole, at ..... .50c
MEN'S CLOTHING-Suits and Topcoats for Doctor or
Lawyer, Clerk or Banker.
Motorists1 Coats, Suits, Gloves, Caps.
TEE VCTUN6 PEOPLES
1518-20 FARNAM STREET.
' state from placing the names of the bull
moose party upon the ballot until aucb
' time ts the court have decided the legal
'tty of the law. s 1 , ;
'' "In carrying the cua up to the district
court." said Mr. Morrlssey, "we will have
the power to doTnany things which the
secretary of state, had not the right to
do. For Instance we will have the right
. to bring In witnesses, something we could
not do In a hearing before the secretary
of state. We had the names of, thirty
four men whom we wouid iike to have
' had j appear, at the hearing. .We can
, reach them by , court . process. Among
; that number were O. Q. VanMeter, th
, man who claims to have secured the slg.
. natures to the bull moose petition. Dr.
t B, P. Williams, superintendent of the In.
sane asylum who It Is said claimed he
-did not sign the petition; L. B. Fuller,
private secretary to Governor Aldrlch,
who circulated the petition at the asylum
and the penitentiary; E. E. Bennett, who
assisted Mr. Fuller In the circulation of
the petition; H. H. Antles, deputy warden
at the penetentlary, and many others
whose names appear on the petition, but
; who it Is claimed were not at the con
ventlon. .. - - ' ; -'.
Kills Primary I.aw.
! "I contend," said Mr. Morrlssey, "that
1 when the law says that nominations shall
be made at a rlmary held In April, and
then any bunch of men can come In later
and hold an old style convention and
also nominate officer,- that It practically
kills the effect of the primary law. Our
' primary la was passed especially to
; kill off the old convention system. Now
in cornea a lot of fellows and hold an
old time convention and put up a set of
.'officers to contest with those who have
been legally nominated by the people at
a regularly called and-legal primary. In
short. If an old time convention can be
held any old time after the primary,
.what Is the use of the state spending
' thousands of "dollars for the purpose of
' holding a primary." -'.'.
Views of Martin.
'Attorney General Martin, who waa
present at the hearing yesterday, but
'did not take part, has this to say re-
garding the controversy : . ;
"I was asked this question some time
before there was any attempt made to
organise a new party In this state. I
.made, a. casual . Investigation, of the law
.and found that section Nil of Cobbey's
i statutes expressly authorises the forma
Hon of a new party When 200 electors
iaesemble and participate tn ft state con
tention, and, upon complying with the
.provisions of that section, such new party
.la entitled to file its nominations with
;thc secretary of state and secure a place
,on the ballot at the general election.
"I also found that section, 906 of
Cobbey'a statutes, relating to the primary
Jaw, authorizes the formation of a new
uarty when WO electors assemble In a
' state convention, and, upon complying
. twlth its provisions, such new party Is
entitled to have a place on the primary
.election ballot .
. . "I observed that there waa ft question
whether or. not the first section had not
been repealed, Ilius ?Jea,vjns; section 6906,
relating to the primary, a' the only law
in the subject. It seemed to me there
was grave doubt about the repeal of the
first section, and this seems to have been
the view taken by the compiler, because
he has carried both sections Into the pub.
llshed statutes. ' : ! , i
"It appeared to me. that these two pro
visions ought to be construed together,
and when convention was called that
complied with the provisions of both sec
tions, and a party name was adopted,
such party name and Its nominees should
be entitled to a place upon the general
election ballot.. t - . '. .. . . ,,.
'-"In other words, when asked for an
opinion on the question I state that I
should advise the ! secretary of state to
accept the filing papers of ft party which
had compiled with these provisions of the
law. Disputed questions of fact as to
the formation of the new party , must be
decided by , the secretary of state from
tbe evidence before him. .
; "I recognize the fact that the -courts
have always given a liberal construction
to statutes which undertake to limit the
'rights of voters when exercising the elec
tlve franchise. I believe that, under our
constitution, which guarantees to the peo
ple free elections, ft liberal construction
ought to be given to all, laws which un
dertake to restrict voters tn the exercise
of those righto." '
HUNT BANK BANDITS
CHICAGO, Sept !. Detectives again
searched Chicago today for two bank
robbers, for whose arrest a reward of
$25,000 la offered, and who escaped, with
$Iu0,C00 In loot after beating Police Lieu
tenant Burns Into unconsciousness when
he attempted to arrest them single
handed. . . , . ' ...
-. The hunted men are wanted for a share
In the daring robbery of the Bank of
Montreal at Westminster, B. C. a year
ago.. Five men dynamited the safe and
got away with 1320,000. Three have been
arrested. - .
ALL VISITORS TO SNEED
TRIAL WILL BE SEARCHED
AMARILLO, Tex., Bept. 19. Judge J.
N. Browning of the Forty-seventh dis
trict, here today in granting ft hearing of
habeas corpus, petition In the case of
John B. Sneed, charged with killing Al
a Boyce, ordered that every person en
tering the court room Monday, Septem
ber. 23 .btj searched for arms.',. ..".TJhsre
will be no admlaaionW an arsenal,' said
the court 'Search shall be made at the
door and no Individual admitted without
It first shall have been shown that he
is not armed."
STREET CAR SERVICE
IN DULUTH IS NORMAL
DtLUTH, Mich., Sept. 19.-The street
car strikers marked time today and ap
parently the publto has accepted a normal
car service us an Indication of an end of
the strike, and the cars continue well
filled.'. However, many union men and
certain walking clubs, formed during
the heat of the controversy refuse to ride.
Two cars were stoned last night In the
west and a few ties placed on tracks In
the east end. The stones did no damage
and the ties were removed by the car
crews... " . .- ; . . ..
EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHERS 2
VISIT SAN FRANCISCO
SAM FRANCISCO, Sept. 19.-The party
of European geographers touring the
United States, accompanied by members
of the American Geological society, ar
rived here today. " After a two days' visit
they will depart for Salt Lake City. Ex
tensive entertainments have been ar
ranged here. The Europeans are guests
of the American society, f t
HAY LIFT FRATERNAL RATES
Modern- Woodmen Suit Will Result
in Increase for Many.
TESTIMONY GIVEN Iff CASE
City Council of Dee Moines Makes
Investlft-attoft late) Reports that
State Phone Company la
DEATH RECORD )
', Geora-e Weerts.
FAIRBURY. Neb.. Bept W.-(Speclal.)-
After ft five weeks' siege of typhoid
fever, George Weerts died at ft hospital
In this city. He was born In Gaber, Ger
many, May 8, 1888. When quite young he
came to America with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Wee its, who located on
a farm near Dlller, In this county. The
deceased Is survived by his mother, two
sisters and two brothers.. :
Jndae-B. SV Thompson.
KEWANKB. III., Sept M.-B. F. Thomp
ton, county judge of Stark county, and
prominent In Grand Army affairs of west
era Illinois, died suddenly today at his
home in Toulon, aged 75. His regiment,
the 112th Illinois, was holding its annual
reunion at Geneseo at the time.
"There eould be no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough ,Rmedy. My
children were alt sick with whooping
cough. One of them was tn bed. had a
high fever and was coughing' up blood.
Our doctor gave them Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the first dose eased
them, and three bottles cured them," says
Mrs. R. A. Donaldson of Lexington, Miss.
For sale by all dealers.
(From a Staff Correspondent).
DES MOINES, la., Sept .-Specia)
Telegram.) Rates In all fraternal insur
ance companies stand a good chance of
being raised,, if the suit now pending 'In
court Is decided In favor of the Modern
Woodmen of American. ' The fact yester
day was acknowledged by the chief coun
sel for the defendant company. In . his
arguments he stated that if the case Is
decided in their favor It will be a fore
runner for a raise in rates of a numbei
of other companies. Testimony was given
today to show that the increase in rates
Is fully justified and that unless there Is
a change in the plan of doing business
much of the fraternal Insurance will.
Hlarfcer Phone Rates.
The city council of Dea Moines has
been making investigation into reports
that the state telephone company is
raising rates for telephone service In the
city, but the officials today make strong
denials of any intent to Increase ratea
It Is declared however that contracts
have been offered large users of tele
phones which show a decided increase of
rates, which Is declared to be violation
of an agreement at-the time the absorp
tion of the' Independent line was agreed
to. ' '
Hints of Thesfe
Bargains Now on
Display in Our '
-A NATIONAL INSTITUTION'
CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN ,
It Will Pay You
to Buy Two or
When Such Un
WOMAN SHOT THROUGH
. . HAND BY HER HUSBAND
ELDQRA, ia., Sept. 19.-(SpecIal.)-In
k quarrel on the station platform at Ab
bott Crossing, north of here, last night
Mrs. George Shlndell was wounded by her
husband, she ' claims, wlHh a revolver
with which he attempted to kill her.
Shlndell, who Is joint agent at Abbott
Crossing, was arrested at Grundy Center
an hour later, His wife was' also de
tained there and given medical attention.
Shlndell and his wife have been
estranged for a year or more, and during
that me the husband has had the chil
dren with him. Mrs. Shlndell came to see
the children, and when she was about to
leave her husband tried to Induce her to
remain with htm. She refused, she says,
and, according to her statement, ft quarrel
followed, and when she was about to
board the train her husband threatened
to kill her with the revolver. She fought
for possession of the weapon, and In the
scuffle It waa discharged three times
the bullets passing through her hands.
Her wounds are not considered danger
ous. ; '
SIXTY ACRES OF BEANS
: ON CLEAR LAKE FARM
CLEAR LAKE, Is,, Bept 19. -Special.)
Building a bean crib Is certainly some
thing new In Iowa. Oats bins, hay mows
and corn cribs have all had their place In
the language of Iowa, but a bean crib
is new and novel. - Sam Kennedy Is build
ing a crib of this kind, the dimensions
being 20x22 feet, and he expects to- have
at least 1,000 bushels of beans to store
away In it. He will commence threshing
out the crop just as soon as the weather
dries. He has sixty acres of aa fine
navy beans as were ever raised in any
country, and he does not expect to sell
them for less, than $3 per bushel. He ex
pects that the crop will average him be
tween fifteen or twenty bushel per acre.
Such a large aoreage Is something en
tirely new in this "section of Iowa.
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER
MARRIED ON SAME DAY
IOWA FALLS, la., Sept 19.-(Special.)-The
unusual occurrence of Issuing mar
riage licenses to mother and daughter on
the same day happened In Grundy county
recently, the ladles who figured In the
strange, transactions being Mrs. Effle A.
Remlck and Miss Alice R Retpick. The
mother had been divorced and was
licensed to remarry jr. V. Cochran. Her
age was given as 39 years. The daugh
ter's age was given as 16, and she was
legally authorised to wed Charles EX
Dickson. The daughter was married at
Grundy Center and the mother at Rein-bedk.
Rf fort to Knd Life.
CRESTON, la.. Sept 19.-(8pecial Tele
gram.) Frank Averlll of Fontanelle, at
tempted to commit suicide at the home
of a brother-in-law, Scott Ewlng at Fon
tanelle today, by stabbing himself above
the heart and then cutting his throat
No . cause Is given. He la still alive and
It Is thought he may recover.
Ions News Notes. ;
SHENANDOAH -Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Mayall of Clarlnda are in the Page
county Jail on a statutory charge. They
were married two years ago in Clearmont.
Mo. Now comes Clarence Spencer, former
husband of the woman, and claims that
they were never divorced, swear.'ng out
a warrant for their arrest. The woman
says she supposed she nad been divorced
WILSON IS IN ANANIAS CLUB
(Continued from Page One.)
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SAVE THIS COUPON IT KELPS YOU GET,
Tts Gvil War Through Its Camera
Brady Famous CtvU War Photographs
(MuWl fm'itiM t(h (. i. 1Wwi()
And Professor Ebon's Newly Written
History of tbe CrrH War
ately to the western headquarters, where
he talked to a gathering of business men
and politicians before the time set for
his departure to Detroit at 10:30 a. m.
Besides the political side of' his visit to
Detroit the governor looked forward to
another incident his Introduction to Ty
rus Cobb, the Detroit base ball player.
The governor lived and practiced law in
the same section In Georgia In which
Cobb lived. Ralph Smith, the representa
tive of the national committee, who comes
from Atlanta, Ga., and who is traveling
with the governor, planned "the Georgia
Rain for Bee Saaar iBdantry.
LA JUNTA, Colo., Sept 19.-V-If the
! democratic tariff program is adopted it
(will ruin every honest man engaged In
I raising sugar beets," declared Colonel
j Roosevelt here today in an appeal to the
sugar beet growers of the country.
TORK. Neb., Sept l-(Speclal.)-M,lss
Helen Ktngsley and Raymond Brott were
married yesterday afternoon at the home
of the brlde'a mother near this city. Rev.
(R. 8. Lindsay officiated.
I . ; .
i ' The Persistent ana Judicious fee of
Newspaper Advertising la the Road to
GREAT ALTERATION SALE
Of Children's, Boys' . Youths' Suits';
Commences Friday Horning at 9:00 O'clock Friday and Saturday Only
ALL OUR PREVIOUS EFF0RTS AT VALUE-GIVING arc SURPASSED in this REMARKABLE ALTERATION SALE?
Carpenters and painters are now playing havoc in our great Children's Clothing Store on second floor. Depart- T
ments are being changed about, odd lots and broken lines are being discovered at every turny until now, more than f
400 Suits all our own make for children, boys and youths have been collected together. These Suits must be sold,
and sold at once. In order to effect the quickest possible clearance, we have divided this immense lot of suits into I
six groups. ' , ' ' ' ' '-: ;' . ' I )
40 Suits Russian and Sailor blouses,
mixtures and, plain serges, regular
$5.00, $6.00, $6.50 values, CA
alteration sale price. . . . , . vViwU
65 Russian and Sailor Blouse Suits,
sold from $7.50 to $10.00; your unre
stricted choice Friday anddC A A
164 Boys' Double-Breasted and Nor
folk Suits, 8 to. 17 years, splendid
patterns, up to $8.50 values; 75
Friday and Saturday price . . V
62 Boys' Double-Breasted and Nor
folk Suits, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 val
ues; alteration sale price,
43 Youths' Long Pants Suits, fancy ;
mixtures and blue Serges, $15.00 and
$16.50 values; Friday and
34 Youths' Suits, splendid mixtures
and blue serges, 15 to 19 year sizes,
values to $25.00; Friday CM 75
and Saturday. 9"'
Saturday for only.
THREE GREAT SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY'S BUYING
Boys' Sweaters Broken lines boys'
and children's sweaters, regular
$1.50 and $2.00 values; fft
choice Friday and Saturday. .. , $1
Blouses Broken lines boys' blouses,
attached or detached .collars, $1.00
values; choice Friday
L BROWNING, KING . COMPANY
Geo. T. Wilson. Mgr. ::
mmmmMmVW'' " 11 . 1 .11 JiJJiihi iiiiniil.i.i..T)gi, .mi .n.ji iu i hiul,.iih aim i minimi.
Pennants-Limited number of soiled
and inussed pennants, sold regularly -at
75c and $1.00; choice '
Friday and Saturday. . ...... w v C t
15th at Douglas
Peck to Attend the
Grain Dealers' Meet
K. P. Peck of th Omaha Elevator
company Is to be -on of 1,000 or more dele
gates who will attend the sixteenth an
nual convention of the Grain Dealers'
National association at Norfolk, Va.,
October 1, I and 3 nest
Mr. Peck has signified Ms intention to
go to the convention, which Is to be one
of the moat Important held In 'the country
The people of Norfolk have made elab
orate arrangements for the entertainment
of the visiting grain dealers. Special
arrangements have been made for -the
entertainment of the visiting ladles.
The membership of the Oraln . Dealers'
National association is made up of all the
prominent grain brokers, commission men
and elevator -.owners of the country. . v It
la,-one of the. stronsst$.radeorganlxa-
tftm m tne y nueo., states, , , , ... ,
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FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT v
GETTING READY FOR WORK
The trial calendar of the United States
district court has just been Issued for
the September term. It Is to begin Sep
tember 23.' Motions, demurrers and the
like scheduled for hearing will be heard
the first day of the term. Jury trials
are to commence October 1 at 9:30 a, m.
The trial docket will be called and cases
assigned on Monday morning, September
23, at 10 o'clock. Among the cases to
come up are fifteen damage suits, twelve
of which are against railroad companies.
Chicago Fire Chief
Drives Bearcat Here
M. J. . Kavanaugh of the staff of the
ohlef of the Chicago fire department, is
in Omaha enroute to the west coast In
his new automobile, the Midland Bearcat,
a sixty-horse power, machine.
He Is the guest, of F. W. Nelson of 1431
South Fifteenth street. The automobiUst
has come thi distance of 603 miles from
Chicago through mud almost hub deep in
CUMING COUNTY SUPPORT
IS L0STBY BULL MOOSE
William A. Smith of Beemer, chairman
of the democratic county central com
mittee of Cuming County, called at the
Woodrow Wilson headquarters this morning.
He brought .the information that Roose
velt had practically lost his support', In
Cuming county. He said. there had been
some bull moosers there before the Roose
velt convention, but said since that time
the colonel had steadily ' lost ground In
' ARE RECORD. 1
Grwrrr Store Barns.
BEATRICE, Neb., Sept. I9.-8peclal
Telegram.) Fire of unknown origin this
morning destroyed the grocery store of
J.v'W. Kuhl In, Glenover, a suburb of
Beatrice. The loss will amount to $2,000,
partially covered by insurance.
Fatal Rare (tnarrel In Clrcns.
R0CHEL.LE, 111., Sept M.-Jose Ra-
mlnas, San Antonio, Tex., was shot and
killed and Francisco Basques was se
riously wounded as the result of a race
quarrel among circus employes here
today. Police nre searching for a negro
who Is said to have done the shooting.
Key to the Situation-Bee Advertising.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Boy Bitten by Pet Cat.
VIRGINIA. Minn.; Bept. ls.-Bitten by
a pet cat sunering witn raoies Harry
Hanson of Mountain Iron may be a vic
tim of hydrophobia. The boy was taken
to St. Paul toaay ror tne rasieur treat
ment. The cat was Killed and its neafl
sent to the State Board of Health for ex
amination. Word was received nere to
day that the animal was infected ; by
Two Beauty Hints Every
Woman Should Know
ComDlexlon blemishes rapidly vanish
after a few applications of a simple
SDurn.mx lotion, made by dissolving 4
ounces spurmax In H pint witch hazel
or hot water and adding S teaspoon fuls
glycerine. This lotion la invisible when
on, clears the skin of all eruptions or
blemishes and gives to It a soft, velvety
finish. It Is fine for dispelling the oily
shiny condition and offers complete pro
tection to the complexion during the try
ing weather of fall.
Cleansing the hair and scalp with
canthrox Is invigorating ' and adds
greatly to the hair's beauty, a tea
spoonful of canthrox dissolved in a cup
hot water is ample for shampooing the
heaviest head of hair, and when used
on dull, "stringy,' faded hair makes it
bright and fluffy and gives to it a rich,
even color. No danger of catching cold
follows the use of canthrox. Adv.
NEBRASKANS INCLUDED IN
PRISON CONGRESS ROSTER
The preliminary program of the Ameri-'
can Prison association's annual meeting,
which was held In Omaha lat year, and
which this year Is to be held In Baltl
'trfore in November, Is out. The list does
not ;lnclude any.'. Nebraska' speakers, but
the official roster, carries the names of
A. W. Clark of Omaha as assistant sec
retary, and of both Mr. Clark and' Judge
Lee.Bstelle as members of the board of
directors. ' Judge Bstelle ' Is also on" the
committee on prevention and probation,
and J. A. Piper, secretary of the State
Board of Charities at Lincoln, Is on tho
special committee of Jails, lockups and
$3 and $4 values
Best Quality Cape and
Buckskin, made with Ex
tra Wide Gauntlets
Bis; Tim Salllvan is 111. ;
NEW YORK, Sept. 19.--State Senator
Timothy D. ("Big Tim") Sullivan, who
has been In 111 healtlu.for some time, is
said to have collapsed . at his wife's
funeral yesterday and Is reported today
to be In a serious condition. The senator
has been suffering from a nervous
breakdown and diabetes.
. X A Dansrerons Wound
Is rendered antiseptic by ' Bucklen's Ar
niua Salve, the healing wonder for sores,
burns, piles, eczema and salt rheum. JSc.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. 'V '
The Keynote of Health
, U the Liver,'.
Scientists have definitely' learned that
the Liver is one of the most important
organs of the human system. It is the
sieve which separates the good from the
bad, the nutriment from the poison.
.Allow the Liver to become torpid or in
active, the poison Is sent through the
system and disease Is the result. First
you become bilious and constipated and
later the consequences are more serious.
Nobody can live as regular as a clock.
In order to enjoy life we subject our
seleves to dietary indiscretion. If the
proper remedy is then used the trouble
is quickly ended. A remedy which comes
nearest to the heart of the people la a
natural remedy. The natural remedy
most widely used Is Hunyadi Janos
Water, the sTatural Laxative. Its natural
combination is wonderfully effective In
Biliousness, Torpid Liver and Constipa
tion tumblerful cleanses the Liver,
flushes the Intestines, purifies the sys
tem and Is gentle, speedy and sure.
Don't take substitutes; they are worth
less imitations and may be harmful..
FRIDAY, Sept. 20, 8 P.M.
; Everybody Welcome
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This Coupon and
good for the next
number ot ALL the
McCX. XXBB's KAOASXirS
TBI X,ASXBS WOmiD
WATIOWAI. OUtXOATJOir V
joint ii Ax.
Address, Magazine Coupon Dept.,
Twentieth Century Farmer.
Every Pair Guaranteed
A Big Factory Stock Pur
chase enables us to offer
this ( most -i extraordinary,
bargain. - a
See Them Saturday
Dresner Brothers Cleaners,
Enter Into Remarkable '
Period of Activity.
A REWARD OF MERIT
"We all get Just what Is coming to
us!" This may be In the language of
the streets, but, it's forceful just the
same, and aptly expresses the sit
uation at Dresner Bros. extremely
modern dry cleaning and dyeing es
ishment at 2211. 2213 Farnam
street. ,.h " .: ; ' '.'
Dreehers. are bo busy cleaning,
altering, and repairing fall clothes,
etc., that a night shift has become
necessary, and it is nothing to hear
sounds of life and activity at the
Dresher plant at 2 a. m. to 4 a. m., or
Now then, this must be a sort of
reward of merit for faithful work
and ardous efforts to please, don't
you think? The Dresher boys "sit
up nights" to plan improvements on
their plant; they will go a mile out
of their way to please a customer;
they are turning out a grade of work
unexcelled anywhere throughout the
whole United States and THIS is the
reason they are dong such an over
whelming business at the present
But never mind the rush! YOUR
work will be, .taken care of better
than ever; the force is a large and
able one; send In every bit of fall
and winter clothing for an Immediate
overhauling and thorough cleansing.
Just phone Tyler 1300 for a wagon;
or bring your work to the plant, or
to Dresher The Tailor at 1515
Farnam street, or to tbe Dresher
branch agency in The Pompelan
Room of tho Brandeis Stores.
And always remember that Dresn
ers pay express one way wherethe
work amounts to 1 3 or over. " ...
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED :
B. & D. COCKROACH
IS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED
$1 lb. or 6 lbs. for V
See D. Feblowitz, Omaha Bee, for Orders
Y. M. C. A. Campaign Closes
Saturday, Sept. 21st
J O INNO W !
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
The Best Farm Paper.
DUy Mat. IOoi
Oa Soturlas Straat. it lfitli.
WTSVKTl VAUDEVILLE Includes the
Eulah Lee Quartet; Mantell's Marlon-
CHILD I WHAT?
Vine; Prince &
scope Pictures. -
OonUanous a to 0; 7 to 11 p. a, Sally.
"OMAHA'S r5i CEITXE.- " ...
y-3fv' Evrs, 15-88-50-750
EZTHAVAOAHZA A3TD VAUDBTILLB
Laughter an Epidemic in Funny Frank
Finney's "3 Dukes." Lively Minnie
Burke. Droll 8am Adams, 47 Others.
Clean, Crisp Fun. t -
Ladles' Dime Matinee Every Week Day.
Omaha vs. Des Moines
ROURKE PARK ;
September 80, 21, 22, 22.
Friday, Sept. 20 Ladles'. Day.
Sun Sept. 22; 2 games; 1st, 2 P. M.
Games Called 3:30.
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AM UAtTt HOMES.
Phones; Douglas 494; Ind. A-1491
Mat Every Day, 2:15; Every Night,' 8:15.
This Week Madame Butterfly; Stew
art Sisters and Escorts; Kaufman Broth
ers; Fred Hamill and Charley Abbate;
Harry Atkinson; The Flying Martins;
Pathe's Weekly. Review of World
Events; Orpheum Concert Orchestra.
Prices Matinee, Gallery 10c, Best Seats
25c Except Saturday and Sunday; Night,
10c, 25c, 60c and T5c
Wednesday Matinee and Wight.
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With OLITB VAIL Seats How
3 DaysStarting Thursday, Sept. 98
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How Heady Matinee Satntday.
3 Days, Commencing Matiae Today
Prloes: 10, 80, 30, 50c Mats. 10, SO, 30o
4 Days, Commencing Bandar
HEADY MO STET Seats How. .
MATIHSH TODAY H30 HICIHT.fi Xti
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