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HIE OMAHA Sl'NDAY BKK: JULY 27, 1913.
Doing in the World
, MAHA club women have turned
thtlr thoughts to other things
than study for tho summer.
A number of them have spent
several weeks at somo cool ,
summer resort or In the coun
try, Mrs. It. M. Lord, who has her cot
tRso at the Seymour Lako Country club.
Is enjoying entertaining her friends at
that most attractive place. Not Ions atro
Mrs. tiord wan hostess at a luncheon to
the members of tho literature department
of tho Omaha Woman1' club. Mrs. C.
W. Hayes, president of the club, attended
and sold that In no way waa there any
roference made to the work for tho com
lnp year all were enjoying their rest
from study. Bach week has found somo
member of the club or other woman's
clubs of either Omaha or South Omaha
as a guest at her cottage. Mrs. Lord Is
corresponding secretary for tho "Woman's
club and ono of tho energetic workers
of that club. She has also token an ac
tlvo Interest In the work of the now suf
frage league of Souths Omaha.
Ono of tho few societies which has not
ceased Us work during the warm weather
Is the Equal Franchise league of South
Omaha. It was organized early In tho
summer and tho enthusiasm has not
lessened as the days grew warmer. Tho
next mooting will bo held Wednesday,
August 6, when Mrs. Sarah H. Bllgh and
Mrs. JI. It. Soldomrldge will bo. the host
esses at tho home of Mrs. George P.
Copper, 1006 North Twentieth street.
South Omaha. Mrs. Edward D. Kenney
of Chicago will be the speaker ana wiu
toll of the work done by the Chicago
women In getting tho franchise In Illi
nois. Others who will take part In the
program aro Dr. Ada Wiley Ralston and
Mrs. Gcorgo F. Copper.
The Western City conference under Um
auspices of tho National Board of tho
Young Woman's Christian associations of
tho United States of America will be
held at Estes Park, Colorado, from Au
gust 12-21. A splendid program of lec
tures, oducatlonal courses, recreation and
social life has been planned to meet the
need of the holiday-maker who desires
something more than a round of mean
ingless pleasures for a vacation. All
young women aro" invited to this confer
ence regardless of membership in an
association; those from cities or towns
where no association has yet been organ-'
lzed will be most welcome.
Tho mornings will be given up to Bible
study courses, mission study courses,
community study and various other
classes which help prepare one for real
service, in their own, community. Tho aft
ernoons will be given up to recreation of
tho most varied kind. Every opportunity
of enjoyment Is offered from tennis, bas
ket 'ball, field day sports and walking,
to the delightful excursions to tho places
of historic Interest and scenlo beauty In
tho vicinity. The enthusiastic walker may
Join an early mountain climb and be re
warded by a view never- to be forgotten.
Tho evenings will bo given up to a gen
eral social time, or an occasional inter
Tho athletics will-be under the .leader
ship of a 'trained instructor, and the
cqnference Itself will be led by MIbs
Emma Hays of the conference depart
ment of tho national board. Miss Hays'
work gives her an unusual epulpment as
leader of this Western City conference.
Somo of the well known teachers and
lecturers who will take part in this con
ference are Miss Clarissa Spencer, Lon
don, England, general secretary of the
world's committee; Mrs. William Shaw
Ward, chairman of the West Central field
committee, Denver; Miss Anna V. Rice;
Rev. Ryland Knight, Tennessee;
Miss Henrietta S. Gay, Kansas City,
Mo., who will teach a class on India;
Mrs. E. 1L Sllverhorn of Denver, who will
teach a class on China; President Frank
K. Saunders of Washburn university,
Topeka, Kan., who will have a class on
country iiire; ur. vvuuam fierson Mer
rill, D. D Now York City, who will give
an Interesting series of lectures on "The
Fundamentals of the Christian Faith,"
and Bishop Francis J. McConnell of Den
ver. The young peoples' branch of the
Frances Wlllard union of ' tho Women's
6 Hair Truths
Thero are but few depilatories sold.
You think there are hundreds because
you nave used the same identical
I preparations under several different
names. This is easily explained.
Women stop using
So-Called Hair Removers
when they learn that'thoy are harm
ful. Therefore, th y can not be sold
under the same name for any length
of time. Then the identical, worth
less, harmful concoctions are given
new names and advertised again as
totally different preparations to '
Defraud the Same Foolish Women
who innooently buy them over and
over again under different names, and
this will continue as long as women
are so unwise as to experiment with
unknown, so-called hair removers.
Has Stood the Test ofjime
De Miracle has been sold as Do
Miracle for over eleven years, and 1U
name has never been changed. It t
acknowledged the world over by emi
nent authorities as the one safe, per
footed hair remover, therefore It is
the only depilatory you can use with
Leaves No Tell-Tale Smell
If you use Do Miracle it will be Im
possible for any curious person to
know that you have used a hair re
mover because De Miracle evaporates
Immediately after accomplishing its
work- therefore leaves no odor what
ever. On the other hand. If you use
any depilatory with a distinctive odor,
an offensive, tell-tale smell will cling
to yonr skin for hours.
Avoid Permanent Disfigurement
by refusing substitutes. If your dealer
-will not supply you send J 1-00 direct.
Free Information how to determine
which depilatories aro harmful and
worthless aent In plain, sealed enve
lope. New truths In next advt
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Bold and recommended by
SHERMAN & McCONNELIi.
OWIj DRUG COMPANY.
HAS ENTERTAINED CLUB WOMEN
AT SUMMER HOME.
Christian Temperance union held Its first
meeting slnco tho tornado Friday even
ing, July 11, at the home of Misses Sara
and Lillian Glvens. Last Friday the so
ciety met at the homo of Its president.
Miss Esther Karcl. They made plans for
picnlo to be held some tltno within tho
next two weeks.
Tho Mothers' Culture club will meet
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. George E. Mlckel. The
regular program will bo postponed until
n later date.
Howard Bruner Gets
Big Out Glass Set
As a parting gift from associates In ths
freight offices of Union Pacific head
quarters, Howard Brfener, former as
sistant general freight agent, but pro
moted to chief clerk In the offices of P.
L. Wlncholi, traffic director of the Harrl-
man system of roads, was the recipient
of a beautiful cut glass table set at
Mr. Bruner was in his office, busy clos
ing up the business beforo going to Chi
cago, when the buzzer called him to tho
office of Freight Traffic Manager Wood,
(During his absence, his associates filed
into his office and on his table left the
glassware, together with n note express'
ing the high appreciation In which he
is held by his co-workers. He goes to
Chicago Sunday morning.
Boosting for Omaha
D&y at State Fair
Manager Parrlsh of the publicity bureau
Is making arrangements for Omaha day
at the state fair There were moro than
4,000 Omahans at the fair last year when
the first annual Omaha day was given.
It Is intended to get a bigger crowd this
year. All records for a day's attendance
were broken then.
Tho Commercial club, Knights of Ak
Sar-Ben, Real Estate exchange, Ad club
xind' Automobile club will be asked to co
operate as they did last yctir to make
the next Omaha day a success.
DR.T.S. PALMER TO SPEAK
ON SPRING SHOOTING LAW
Dr. T. S. Palmer of the United State
Department of Agriculture will be tho
guest of the western handicap shootora
August 7, the last of tho three days that
they will meet in Omaha.
Dr. Palmer will address the assembly
in the auditorium at the Paxton hotel
and speak upon the significance of tho
new national game law against spring
shooting of wild fowl. The law has been
passed, but still remains to be signed by
Key to the Eltuutlon See Advertising.
Suffragettes and Poverty
' England's Greatest Problems
Miss Sullivan, of tho
high school, writes
from London that
things are even more
interesting In Eng
land than when she
left some two years
ago. The struggle with
the "rates," as the
English caU their
taxes, and the support
of Its poor has cul
minated In the "In
surance bjll" if Lloyd
George, which at
tempts to put In the
hands of the gov
VfiD Sinjf I
ernment what has
has heretofore been
done by private char
ities and municipali
ties. But the bill,
which provides a
against illness, takes
three pence (six cents)
each week out of the
wages of each work
ing man and woman
in England and levies
a similar tax on each
the burden is felt by
the poor, from whose
ranks Lloyd George,
has arisen and among
whom to the present
time, be found his
most staunch sup
pprters. His enemies
have seized the oppor
tunity to make the
by advertising even In
posters how ho pro-
poses to "produce 9 . pcStMILB OF 1 OST CAHD BEING USED DT ENGLISH
Coppers (in plain SUFFRAGETTES IN THEIK CAMPAJUN.
clothes) from V .v...- . .v.. pmB,. ,v,
rph. rxritne of unrest, abetted by a
growing Uck of confidence In the gov
ernment', ability to care for her people
MIm Sullivan thinks bis increased since
the veto election. This unrest la not
lessened by the 40,000 wmen now on their
way by foot to London to demand "the
vote." These 0,000 ore not of the mlUtant
order and in fact are disparaging mili
tant methods. They plan to quietly pe
tition and yet London fears their coming
and Is taking all.precautlonary measures
to forestall disturbance. So much is this
in the air that some laughable blunders
arise. A young Harvard graduate, ad-
TIMELY REAL-ESTATE GOSSIP
Much Travel on Leavenworth Street
Shows Need of the ravement.
THEY'RE OFF TO WINNIPEG
Abont Twenty- Oinntin llrnltr Dealers
anil Their Wlven Leave for the
Sixth Annnnt Conven
tion. About twenty Omahans, together with
twcnty-Bevcn Kansas oltlzens, two Den
vcrltcs, six real estntc dealers of Council
Bluffs, and a couple from Salt Lako City
left Omaha last night at 0 o'clock on tho
Northwestern train for the sixth annual
convention of tho National Association of
Real Estate exchanges at Winnipeg.
Tho outsiders camo to Omaha yester
day morning and were the guests of the
locul realty dealers until train tlmo.
The Kaniias City delegates arrived In the
morning at 7 o'clock and were taken to
tho Commercial club for breakfast. Thero
they wero entertained with motion pic
tures of Omaha and the effects of- tho
tornado. Later an automobile ride was
given them, which was followed by a
luncheon at the University club. The
afternoon they spent at the tennis tourna
ment at tho Fiold club.
While tho delegation rom Omaha to
the national convention Is not as large
as was first expected, those who left
aro all live ones and no doubt will mako
Omaha prominent on tho map. All of
them are boosters for tho home town and
welt versed In their special line of busi
ness ns well. Tliey can tell tho other
realty dealers of Amorlca Just what tho
game Is like and undoubtedly will create
u great deal of favorable sentiment for
To Talk of Omiihit.
C. F. Harrison, ever a booster, is on
tho program of tho national convention
for a speech on Omaha. He will bo one
of the contestants who are slatod to tell
some of tho good points of their home
townB and of tho work of the real cstato
exchanges. Each of these speakers will
be limited to fivo minutes, but It Is
rumored about that Harrison has a string
of facts framed up for a Bpcech of Just
such length that will "knock 'cm cold."
He has been preparing It for some time,
it is said, and for succinct statements
of general Information about Omaha It
Is a masterpiece. Prizes will bo awarded
for the best speech among this list
Omaha men who have heard Harrison
talk, think the prize will como back to
Alfred I. Crelgh, secretary of tho local
exchange, is also on the program for a
talk at the national session. After Har
rison tollB thorn about tho tornado and
tho relief work, Crelgh will tell tho con
vention about the work of the Omaha
exchange. How it has Interested Itself
In municipal government and Improve
menu will be the thought of his talk.
Tho delegation which left Omaha last
night will arrive In Minneapolis today.
An entertainment there has been prepared
for them by the twin city real estate men.
Automobile rides luncheons aro the fea
tures of the day's amusement there.
In tho delegation from Omaha were:
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Slater, Mr. and Mrs.
Byron R. Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
D. Wead, Bert C. Fowler, J. F. Miles.
J. W. Griffith, C. F. Harrison, John
Brandt, Alfred I. Crelgh, W. H. Smailes,
C. O. Franko and P. J. Tebblns.
Convention Ills; Brent.
Tn the varied 1913 program of civlo
activities of Winnipeg, Manitoba, thero is
no event which looms so large or is
looked forward to with keener anticipa
tion than the coming convention. In the
business community at large and amongst
tho members of the Winnipeg exchango
particularly, there is no subject that has
been so generally under discussion, and
the convention promises to- be a record
breaker In the way of entertainment and
in lasting benefit to be derived by Winni
peg and western Canada and by the visit
ing delegates themselves.
Owing to the fact that the program
will Include an excursion through the
prairie provinces. Interest In tho conven
tion is not confined to Winnipeg alone,
but every ambitious community in tho
WILL SHORTLY BE GIVEN
IN THE HOUSg OF COMMONS.
ADMSB9ION OV INSURANCE CAHD.
PROQRAMftAC. Mr Mr HP.MH1
AM THE SOFTEST OP THE PillLY.)
By kM p.fMiM.o ! Tm 5UrcctttM.
Mr. LLOYD GEORGE will perform some of bit
CUbrtUi SUigbt.of.hsnd Tricks, including bis Sensational
Illation i "INSURANCE."
(Prudtnthlly tuitttd by Herstio BeUomlty.) , j
in luU view oJ the eodUnce Mr. L. Gtorje will produce)
9 Ceppers (in pltia clothes) (rem 4.
Mr. JOHN REDMOND
Will Sing HOME SWEET HOME RULE.
Mr. ASQUITH will (btfeu tlnjinj) WAIT & SEE
11 there are any SulfrafttU iboyt.
Mr. BONAR LAW Will 8m "ANCHORED-.",
Sir RUFOS ISAACS 4 Mr. LLOYD GEORGE
Will Sing a DUET (in 2 shares) Entitled t
OH! OH! MARCONIO. Accompanied on a Wireleti Piace
Mr WINSTON CHURCHILL Will Recite
"How BUI Adams won the Battle of Sidney ktulfJ i
Mr. K1ER HARD IE Will conclude with "
"GOD SAVE THE KINO."
other day, says Miss Sullivan, came home
cure that the umbrella-like canopy cov
ering the speaker's chair was designed
to protect the noble chairman from the
deluge of flour (not flowers) sometimes
showered from feminine hands behind
the iron bars.
In her own especial field Miss Sulli
van finds most interesting things. Dr.
and Mrs. Wallace have opened up some
more new and fascinating material, the
London papers have been generous with
notices of "court masques" and the field
for summer work liu much ot premise.
ANAQER Tt'UNKR'S announce
ment of plans for the Bran
dels and Boyd theaters durln
tho coming season serves as
n reminder that tho summer
Is waning and that the days
of early sunsets and long oveulngs are
not so very far away. And those tire the
days when tho theater prospers, if evor.
While" experience has taught Omaha
folks that much may happen between the
return of tho local manager from ttw
offico ot the New York booking agents
and the tlmo for the "show" to appear,
Interest will still cling to the promises
lo brings with him, because of the pleas
vro that comes now and ugaln with th.j
fulfillment of tho announced purpose. If
tho list of attractions scheduled by Mr.
Turner make their appearanco here It
means the Brandcls will have the busiest
season It has yet put over, and with such
form and variety of amusement as ought
to servo the need ot all, and should at
tract many patrons to onch performance.
For the Boyd Mr. Turner plans tho In-
Htallmout ot a stock company that will
bo made up of well known and compe-
tent actors, under efficient direction, to
furnish tho best of modem plays at a
reasonable price. All of which Bhows
that Mr. Turner has mapped out a con
siderable campaign, for the season, ono
that Is attractive In prospect and ought
This week at the Brandols Miss Lang
and her company will present n Clyde
Fitch comedy that Is new to Omahn.
"The Bachelor," In three acts, Is ono
of the authur"s nest. Tho plot ot tho
play, as Is tho case with all tho Fitch
comedies, Is very elmplo, the success ot
the piece depending on the cleverness
with which tho situations aro handled.
Its story deals with tho fortunes ot the
Rcndell family, who havo'removed from
San Francisco to New York, becauso ot
loss sustained during the earthquake and
fire. The.famlly consists of mother,
daughter and son, the latter a hobble
dehoy. The daughter goea to work as a
stenographer In the offico of George
Goodale, a bachelor attorney, taking tho
name of Jennie Wilson. Goodale has
had ono love affair, and now at 40 he
imagines hlmsolf proof against anything
provinces is anxious to extend a right
royal western welcome to tho visiting
real estate men. Several of the centers
west of Winnipeg are as keenly Inter
ested as is Winnipeg, and the Boards of
Trade of Brandon, Rcglna, Mooso Jaw,
Edmondson, Calgary, Prince Albert, lied
Deer and Saskatoon liavo placed on
record resolutions desiring to be Included
in the wheat belt trip Itinerary.
There are sixty-five hotels In the city,
all good, and somo equal to the world's
best. The hotel accommodation of Winni
peg is good, reliable and reasonable, and
the best that money can buy can also be
obtained; In fact, In this respect, every
body can get what they want The
street car service is one of the best on
the continent, and operates 300 cars on
sixty-six miles of city lines and forty
five miles of suburban lines.
The Winnipeg Industrial bureau was
started' six years ago to centralize efforts
In promoting the general Interests of the
community and now has over 1,400 mem
bers. It Is thoroughly representative ot
tbo whole city and occupies quarters
with over 114,000 feet of floor snce, with
exhibit by governments, dominion and
provincial, railways, boards of trade and
Winnipeg manufacturers. This building
also forms convenient, central head
quarters for convention headquarters,
having numerous rooms suitable for com
mittee meetings of all sizes, and Includes
a large convention auditorium, with a
seating capacity of 6,000, and In addition
a banquet and lecture hall. This Indus
trial bureau will be the official head
quarters and convention hall for the
national association meeting. !
The city government Is uniting with the
Winnipeg exchange In plans for enter
tainment and convenience of delegates,
and every' public-spirited citizen Is doing
all that Is possible to males the visit ot
the real estate men a pleasant and
Knsy Payment Benson.
According to a number of local real
estate men, this Is tho easy payment sea
son. While tho big stuff is not so active
on the local market, there are a, great
many transfers being marked down yet
to come. First payments aro being made,
the deeds to be received later.
Probably tho condition ot the market
now is the result of what was expected
a- short time ago when nearly all thg
transfers recorded were on big properties,
Probably all the changes have been made
In the larger deals that could be mode
for a while, and the dealers are now tak-
Ing a rest. Be that as It may, Omaha
real estate agents are still making money
on the smaller negotiations.
Tho Lafayette apartment house has
been sold by F. M. Weeks to L. W.
Klbler of Iowa, who Is making all neces
sary changes in the property to make
it a most desirable downtown family
apartment house. F. H. Drake, in the
Brandels theater is the new manager of
the property. Mr. Weeks hAs moved on
a form la the south part of the state.
v At Me Empress
In the form of female; he falls In lovo
with Mllllcent Rondell, and she with him,
and mnttcrs might have gone along very
nicely, had It not been for tho Interfer
ence of the brother, who makes a nice
mess of things, and leads to n situation
that requires considerable Ingenuity to
untangle. But all the way through tho
action of the piece It eparkleR with the
brilliant wit and keen comedy ot tho
author, and tho fun never lags. Miss
Lang will play the rolo of Mllllcent Iten
dell, and Mr. Ritchie will bo Goodale,
while the others of the company will have
roles that fit In with tho roallsm for
which the author Is noted. The first per
formance of the piece will be this even
ing, and It will run all week, with
matinees on Wednesday and Saturday
In this connection Miss Lnng desires to
mako a most Important announcement.
When she camo to Omaha sho plannod
for a stay of four weeks at tho Bran
dels, and leased the theater for that tlmn.
Her reception has been such that she has
consented to nn additional two weeks of
tho engagement, and has leased the
theater for that much longer. Her en
gagement will end on August 23. She has
postlvely no arrangements for a longer
stay In Omaha and has not been in nego
tiation for tho Use of tho Boyd theater
during tho coming season.
To follow up the LesArados who havo
made such a favorable Impression at the
Empress this week, a special booking of
the Three Nevarros has been arranged
by the management. The Nevnnos trio
Is ono Of the best nanlnmlmn'ruinhnMr.
acts in tho business and besides being
very clever athletes, their supply of
comedy seems to be unlimited and un
surpassed. Lewis, Griffin and Lowls,
comic opera exponents, will present their
iueas or rine art in a production called
"The Prima Donna. Tad and lh Rnn.
bretto." Jerome and Carson, the musical
v.. mo uuiiik an aci wnjen is new
to vaudeville. Chanman nnd Ttpml tj.
Versatile Pair," with their performance
ou uie piano win complete what Is ex
pected to be an exceptionallylne vaude
ville program. Feature Photoplays is a
term which has been dreadfully mis
used by a largo number of picture the
aters and itf sometimes annlled
reel of inferior comedy. Tho truo featuro
is exempiinea by the type of multiple
reel pictures seen tn every picture pro
gram at the Empress. A number of good
comodles and an educational picture ot
merit are Included in every' change of pic
tures. Four performances dallv
at the popular price oC 10 cents.
Creatore's Concert band from Maw Vnrle
City will start Its emrairement t Knw
park today. Concerts will be played every
miemoon ana evening during their week
stay. They offer an opportunity to lov
era of good muBlo. The organization Is
well balanced; each member is a trained
musician and their ability makes possible
the rendering of difficult pieces with as
surance and skill. Assisting thn m.mh.r.
Is Miss Virginia Mayore, who w)th a
clear, sweet soprano voice, adds the touch
wnicn completes tho entertainment to the
full appreciation of the nnthuaiiuttn list
eners. Also Vlnclnt Pausanl, with his
corner, is a popular addition, nt times
when he is prevaited upon to play.
Arrangements have been madn in an.
comodate largo crowds oxpected out to
enjoy the music. As summer car service
has been installed, a visit to the nark .n
be made from any part of the city with
We Are Xo.alppe4 to So First Class
of All Kinds, including
rAPEIWNO, OANVA8INO WALLS
Louts Thoeleoke, who bos had many
years' experience in this line in
Omaha, is head of our wall paper and
point department .We guarantee you
the best work and assure you quick
A telephone call will bring our rep
resentative. Beaton & Laier Co.
416-17 South 16th Btrett
FOIt FLORENCE AND RETURN.
BOAT LEAVES DOCK,
FOOT; OF DOUGLAS ST.
Returning at 5:80 P. M.
Every Evening at n;uu i ai.
Returning at lltao 1. 31.
ROUND TRIP 25c
Muslo by Stockton's Orchestra.
Good Order Maintained.
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ONLY BIG SHOW COMING
SHOW on EARTH
And the Newlr Added fiuperfeiOlerioos
Entrnaowc Wordless Play
, A TppfXXraa WORE.D STORY .
Tbo OunUncooP Xcrpt and Orandenr ( Rente la All Xket r BatarifftHni
Again rulMtlov UeXor & KMhtatsil Villon of UuiVresenU
I2S0 ACTORS - 0H68USt OF 480 VIM - 808 DANCING GIRLS
OOOO COSTUMED CpStlNQ C50O.00O
THE WORLD NEVBR SAW A SPECTACLE LIKE THIS BEFORE
BIGGEST OIROUS EVER SEtfflN
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Admission U Everything 80cHMrett JMer It 26i
Tiocsts in Advance at Dowutown Brauen Oxfloe, alysrs-DUlon Drug Co- 1QVX
ana Tirnurn streets, Same rrloes cfaartftd at dream.
BIG PARADE AX tO A. M.
Now at Its Best
And Many Other
Admission to Park Freo
For Ono Week, Starting Today
World's Greatest Eccfntrle Mu
sical Conductor and Ills
GRAND CONCERT BAND
AsslHted by Miss Virginia,
Every Afternoon SiOO to 0:80
isvery evening :io to iu
Admission to Park Always 1
The Chesapeake Restaurant
1508-10 Howard St.
Special Sunday Tablo d'Hote Dinner
From 11 A. M. to 8 P. M.
rOc and 60c
Muslo from 0 to 8 T. SS.
July 27, 1018.
OIIRIS. QREENHAQEN, Manager.
Office For Rent
The large room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied' by the Havens
White Coal Co.
Nice Farnam street front
age. About 1,500 square
feet of floor space with
large vault. Extra en.
trance from court of the
Fine offico fixtures are of
fered for sale. Apply to
N. P. Fell, Bee office.
Soltlom aro Omaha buyers offered
so largo an assortment of sizes and
weaves of Oriental ruga at such dofl
nltoly red ti cod prices. Look over this
list carefully. It may Includo tho rug
you have been looklnc for, for tho
library or den. If It does not, thero
are ninny others among which you
aro likely to find just tho rug you
want. It will pay you to see them.
An hour spent In looking over Ori
ental rugs is nover regretted.
Size ltegularly Special
(-9X4-G 1110.00 380.00
6-0x4-10 $115.00 390.00
r.-9xc-o $100.00 $65.00
5-8x3-11 I10Q.00 S75.00
Size ltegularly 8peclal
3x3 - 0 $10.50
Size ltegularly 6r
4- 3x2-9 $18.00 SI
5- 5x2-10 $20.00 SI
Size ltegularly Sr
4-6x2-10 $21.00 $1
39x2-8 $18.50- St
9x3 - 3 $19.50
SX2 - 7 $31.50
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of Sunday, duly 27th
THE THREE NEVARMS
CHAPMAN fr REEI
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Xn Prima Donna, A aaft
JEROME & CAMSOH
The Binylng Aorotatg.
Many first Son rSoto nay
Chanfta Sunday ana Thursday
A JtfnlUple Reel fsatnx
Any ft Any
COOLED BY ICED AIR
TONIGHT ALL WEEK
Mats. Wednesday and Saturday
In Clyde Fitch's Brightest
Prices 25c and 50c
The Sparkling Cenedy
I TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Drat Farm Paper In he "West
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