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THE BEE: OMAIIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913.
American beauty, cfuprnld,
.king's blue and . AQ'
black, Friday riUC
Friday Drapery Specials
45-inch Bungalow Nets, full
Now Hemstitched Lace Cur
tains; practical, now styles,
Couch Covers; full width, 98c
October, the Month for Suits
$19.50, $25, $29.50, $35 up
New models On displny, showing now COat lengths the
latest ideas of great designers
those now fashions "which oxpress
$19.50, $25, $29.50, $35 up
No extra charge for alterations.
Coats, Skirts, Petticoats, Furs
A complete shown g 'of women's wear.
The Store for
PRICE OF SUGAR WILL MOP
&1 King Sees Likelihood of it Going
RAIN 1JUKGS KEW TOMATOES
Ther Are Selling; How-enrliHt Cheaper
Grape Trait b Apples Are
BetrtnalH ArrlYe e-
i iHical Market
Sugar may dropy off U or 78 cents a
sack -within the next' l 'months, la the
prediction of Al King of the grocery de
partment of Hayden Bros, It Is off a
little this week and Is retailing at
twenty-one pound for L Mr. King- be
lieves that the sugar schedule In the new
tariff law will have Its effect In the price
of sugar, although the schedule goes
Into effect gradually. Sugar Is now
worth II.S3 a sick retail. "I look fop It
to come down to U or $. within tho
nest slg months," ay Mr. King.
The recent rains have brought on a
second crop of tomatoes of a quality
larger and smoother than waa the crop
of the Hummer and early fall. . The com
ing o! the second crop has brought the
price down somewhat. They are now
selling at 40 cents per market bosket,
whereas during the dry weather of Sep
tember they had reached CO and 70 cents
a basket. Green tomatoes are also on
the market yet. and are now quoted at
some places na low aa IS cents a market
The first Florida grape fruits have Just
tlon't "wait until you have some all
xnent caused by poor digestion,
biliousness, or bjr lnactlvo bowels
which may lead to a serious sickness.
Immediate relief is afforded by
that best corrective and preventive,
Bold everywhere. Xn boxes, loe, BSe.
ITGHED FOR 20
CURED IN 10 DAYS
Baltimore. Md., July 10, ll-"About
twenty year ago both my legs began jto
Itch from ankle to knee. Little ptmpfcs
camu oui mai iookcu very mucn UKe.h. v.... . . . . . .
heat The Itching and burning "t!" ,,m
thing ttrrible. I would start to scratch Kh '".JV. "" JhK Wr9
and ouM not .too. I would n ,tJ Plh ree"d ln cleared from
through thaskln and that of course would
Uav. a .ore whlph'l waa compelled
"I tried several prescriptions and treat.!
mentsL but received not a particle of ben.!
flt-no more than If tho treatment were
It Ml fnltH In nnvftitn ttn.l n
r,i" :. .;.::ijowa ciTr 9-spoiau-
y . relatives, the turkey trot, the dip and
friend recommended Ke.lnol Boap and:iuoh. at th ttniv..L Vi
Keslnol Ointment very flrst'biow waa struek at thepe form, of recrea-
AtmHcalian. I fAimit relief Bnrf ... I.. .... .. r . - "
, , .7 ".""" oy ne ran.ueiienio council, repre-
tlrely cured In en days. The itchlnj and:.enng the natloluU academlc fntmL
stinging sensations nave ceased and my;
.VIn Is aa arhooth aa a child'." (Rlgnedj;
Charles Warner. US Slrieker HI.
rhjjjSclan have prescribed Itesltrat foe
eighteen year arid eyeny druggist In the
country .eH Rrlno Soap pni Itesinot
Ointment For frew trial, write to tept,
Zl-R, Ilelnol, Baltimore, Md.
A -complete assortment of
fiew. styles; values q.q
io.$l;75, Friday OC
Colored Scrims; fadt Colors;
neat patterns, at, yard 15c
Wo mnke all kinds of cur
tains and drapdrics to special
order. Drapery Section, Base
ment. We have for your selection
refinement and individuality.
appeared on the Omaha markets. The
large alien are going at 124 cents apiece.
II Iff Apples Her.
Jonathan and Grimes Golden apples
rrom Washington are here. They are
of an excellent quality this year and are
quoted retail at 1138 per bushel box.
Kleffer peara are still plentiful and have
coma down a dime a bushel, now retail.
ins at $1.40 a bushel. Concord grapes are
off the market, but Tokays are still
- cranberries and new (Is have ap
peared. Good quality of cranberries are
retailing at 7H ceajsja quart. New figs
In twelveounce packages are going at
White plume celery from Council Bluffs
has begun to come, In In big lots. It Is
retailing three bunches for a dime or 3S
cents v. doien.
ino peacn season la practically over.
-ew grocer are carrying peaches In
crates now. The large shipments ars
past, and although a few "tramp" cars
may appear yet. It Is not exoectod that
peaches In any appreciable quantity will
again mako their aupcaranco on the
omaita market this fall.
Atlantic Boys Who
Register Under False
Names Are Released
ATLANTIC. la.. Oct .-Soeclal.l-Ae
a result of giving their wrong names and
addresses when they registered at the
Cardlo hotel Bunday night fcoy Swanger
" r a uruoe oT qreenfleld were ar
restee ny the Council Bluffs DoUca Mon.
day a. they stepped from a train which
tnsy naa. tan en from this city, on the
charge of being the men who had com
mitted the theft of the 1S,K0 In note and
money from under the pillow of the bed
in room 31 at tho Cardlo hotel Monday
morning. F. M. Joalan, the roan whose
money was stolen,. had left on an after
noon train Monday before tho men were
apprenenaea, and returned to this city
inai evening in response to a telegram
sent him by Marshal McKee of thle city,
He returned and went with McKee yea.
terday morning to Council Bluffa to bring
the men back to this city, Upon their
arrival there the police authorities told
them that they had the men through the
sweatoox separately, but that thev both
told straight stories, from which neither
varied under tht most severe grllllnir.
They were brought to this city and again
raaea over the coals ln Mayor Burnna's
vuuri, um insisted tnat they were not
suuiy and .stuck to It After their exam.
ination Couny Attorney T. C. Whltmore
made a motion that they be released
v. v ut sviuciicv, ua mere waa not a
particle of evidence against them with
the exception of the facts that Bruce had
registered on the hotel book that he was
irom union Center, la., while Swanger
naa given his name and addreu m.
vi v-niiuii. im men, who are
lormers sons or Qreenfleld. l.l th.t
I"! '.T'"' ,ha?ow. of -"P'clon. They
u imiCVc noecun nun
nHVVrT UnfcUAS HAH
TANGO AND TURKEY TROT
at the v&lverslty last night. Itwas
voted that none, of these dance should
be'-aeeri at any parties given by anV of
the members of the council. pornrltUs
, have already forbidden their members t
dance anything, but the ordinary walUes
and' two-step, and the .octal committee
lat the university ha forbidden the Jango.
ROAD BOOSTERS GET START
Platte Valley Association Decides to
Push Lincoln Highway.
CALLS UPON THE GOVERNOR
Aska KxrrntlTA to SM Apart Day 'op
Commencement of Work Upon
CRNTItAI, CITT. Neb.. Oct. . (Spe
cial Tolegram.) With the eolor of the
Uncoln Memorial association floating In
the brcezo Central City yesterday wel
comed from every station dotting the
Union Pacific from Omaha, to Julesburg
delegate and Rood road booster In gen-
eral. 1,000 In number, to the annual meet-
'nr of the Platte Valley Official Trans
continental iioute association.
Throughout the mornlnir and afternoon
sessions there was an Interest displayed
and a. determination revealed that mean
the great continental highway la not a
conjecture, but a fact.
From all part of tho atate came men
of prominence, farmers and business men
alike, and all united In the movement
to hasten the erection of tho great con
crete road Joining New Torlc City and
San Francisco, ,
Hoth morning and afternoon sessions
wero enlivened by addresses and at no
stage did monotony creep In for an In
stant. Wherever you find a group of
men Including A. It. rardlngton, vice
president of Lincoln Memorial associa
tion; Dan V, Stophens, representative of
this congressional district, and II. E
Fredrickson, the Omaha llvo wire, thero
I mu wisunwiiM Dfll It uicouii til n J iiiiivcb.
ln recognition of untiring energies
which have accomnllshed untold results.
,he pfnt officer wero retained for
city heads tho list as president. Oeorgo
F. Wolat of Fremont Is vice president
and H. D. Parker of Juleaburg Is secretary-treasurer.
Crrntrst Progress in Rtnte.
Mr. Pardlngton asserted that he had
discovered at this meeting a mighty live
bunch of boosters.
Nowhere throughout the entire nation
has progress been mndo In marking the
route with the Lincoln Insignia as In
Nebraska," ho declared. "I am con
fldcnt that when January 1, 1915. comes.
every cent essential for the construction
of the great highway will, have been
contributed. Tho government will not
be asked to appropriate one dollar."
In resolutions adopted, tho Platte Val
ley association present Its compliments
to the president of tho United States and
to congress, requesting their best wishes
for this undertaking end their co-opera
tion In furthering this project with the
least possible delay. Thin highway Is
not for the automobile owner, but for
every citizen of our nation to enjoy with
out contributing toll at a single point
The Lincoln memorial highway has been
named, declared Mr. Pardlngton, and un
der no conditions will It be altered.
Mr. Fredrlckson of Omaha- brought
tho message today from the officials of
the Union Pacific that by granting free
use of the right-of-way on cither side
of the track It Is hoped to bring about
a material shortening of the route, Mr?
Fredrlckson asserts that the route will
be staked out by the engineers In a very
few weeks and work will be commenced
at once. Already maps are being pre
pared by the organization In each county
which will be submitted as an aid to the
engineers of the Lincoln association.
All unnecessary turns will be eliminated.
THIS is a Leopard Coat
intended for the Lady to
get inside of. This particular
leopard was a beauty very
handsomely marked. He's
made into a 44-inch coat, lined
with silk and with a Wolverine
You'll find him at the store
that sells Gordon Furs (there
is a Gordon Store in 'most every
city), priced at Si 75.
By the way take a minute
to write Gordon for his fur book,
it tells all about the
GORDON Pure Fur Law
about honest furs honestly made.
Gordon & Ferguson, St.
MAKERS OF GORDON PURE FUR LAW
even though the main streets of many ,
towns may suffer. Bvory cent expended
must count, an all money will be raised
by contributions alone. A large sum wb
realized by contribution today.
Dan V, Stephens declared 'that every
aore of land adjoining the great trans
continental route would be enhanced at
least J35 tn value. The representatives
of tho people, he said, will aid In secur
ing good roads legislation Just when the
people 'demand It. His parting word was
To Celelirnte (he Start.
The following resolution was adopted:
Whereas, The Lincoln Highway associa
tion lias designated Friday, October
21, 1913, for the dedication of the Lincoln
memorial highway; and.
Whereas, This highway passes through
the state, of Nebraslcn, and when com
pleted will bo of Inestimable value to all
the people of this state, now therefore,
We, the members of tho Transconti
nental Highway association of Nebraska,
In convention assembled, heartily petition
the Hon. John II. Morehead, governor
of the Mate of Nebraska, to Issue a pro
clamation calling upon the people of this
commonwealth to Join with the fcmd Lin
coln Highway Memorial association in
celebrating the commencement of this
great work and ask that he designate and
net apart the said 3Ut day of October,
1313, as an occasion for fittingly cele
brating this memorial to Abraham Lin
(nod nonda Dnya at Colnmhns.
COLUMBUS, Neb., Oct 8. (Special.)
Monday night one of the most enthus
iastic and well attended mass meetings
ever held In Columbus declared unani
mously In favor of boosting for the two
good roads days. October 9 and 10. Com
mittees from each ward were appointed
to solicit funds and work for the two
days of road Improvement, and they
have been very successful In securing
good donations for the work. This has
and will do more to stir up the agitation
for good roads, not only around Colum
but, but throughout the county, than
anything ever before attempted.
Des Moines Man
DES MOINES, la., Oct 9. William M.
Straight, 27 years old, early today shot
and kilted hla step father, Clarence
Grimm, 38 years old, after a quarrel at
the Grimm home here. I
Straight told the police after he was
taken Into custody that his stepfather
drove htm away from the house at an
early hour. When he returned, he said,
Orlmm was on the porch choking Mrs.
Grimm. Straight said he then secured a
shotgun ln the house and fired on
Grimm. The charge took effect ln tho
right breast and Grimm died Instantly.
MASON CITY WOMAN IS
MASON CITT, la,, Oot. 9.-Speclal Tel
egram.) Mrs. Ada Ifolman Burgess waa
held here to await action of the grand
Jury under the charge of poisoning her
Infant child. Following the hearing on
evidence given by Mrs. Burgess. Louis
Chlrokos, alleged father of the child,
had a murder charge lodged against
YANKTON, B. D., Oct. 9.-Speclal.)-A
wedding of Interest here Wednesday was
that of Mr. Ernest Dowllng of tho Dow
ling department store and Miss Helen
French,' eldest daughter of L. B. Wonch,
for many years a prominent member of
the Yankton county bar and widely
known attorney. The wedding took plact.
ut tho home of tho bride, with Rev. F.
"There was a
With the Lady
And the smile
on the face
V, Stevens, pastor of the Congregational
church, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Dow-
ling left Immediately after the wedding
for New York for their honeymoon trip.
Mr. Clinrle Albert Sherman.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Oct. B.-(SpcciaL)-Mra.
Charles Albert Sherman, aged ft
years, who was operated on at the St.
Soscph hospital Sunday, died at 7 o'clock
"Wednesday morning. The body was
brought here In the afternoon for burial.
She Is survived by five brothers.
BEAVER. CITT, Neb., Oct . Special
Telegram.) Noah Barton, an old sottler,
aged 78 years, died yesterday.
Intra JVevr. Note.
CHK8TON The Association of South
western Iowa Dentists, met In Creston
yesterday for their tenth annual meeting.
A banquet was garved and a good tooth
some repast It was reported to be.
FORT DODGE John S. Jenkins of Lar
rabeo, la., died today ln Fort Dodge,
whero he has been receiving treatment
for tubvrculosls of the spine. His body
was sent back to Larraboe. The deceased
has two daughters and one son. The
daughters are Mrs. William Montgomery
of Waterloo and Mrs. E. II. Adams of
Washta, and Fred Jenkins of Cherokee.
FORT DODGB-Flfty-nlno members of
the Iowa State Launderers' association
concluded a successful two days' session
here Wednesday night. It was a semi
annual meeting. G. A. Wrlghtman of tho
Iowa State Manufacturers addressed the
association on how to operate profitably
under the stipulations of the new com
pensation law, W. H. Farogher of Chi
cago addressed the convention on cheml
cals used by laundrymen.
ITCHED AND BURNED
So Would Wake Up Nights and Cry.
Head Bare in Spots. Cured En
tirely in Six Weeks by Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment.
nockford, la. "My little girl had a
hard crust form on her head. Her head had
a rash on It and It Itched and burned so she
would wake up nights and cry. Then It
formed Into sores and then It turned Into
a dry crust, and when I combed her hair
great locks would come out. Her head was
bare of hair ln spots.
"Then I used Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment and they cured her entirely ln six
weeks and her hair came ln lovely. At that
time iho was about ten years old and now
he Is twenty-six and has neTer had any
more trouble." (Signed) Mrs. n, J. Wadey,
Dec. 14, 1912.
PAINFUL ITCHING AND BURNING
300 Jackson St., Milwaukee, Wis. "My
trouble began with smalt speckles on my
chest, arms and legs. Later It took the form
of little blisters which caused painful Itch
ing and burning. In the day I was tor
mented by tho clothing which Irritated the
eruption and ln the night I lost reat from
the Itching. I used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment finding relief In tho first day of
.treatment. In one week I waa well."
(Bigned) Joseph Caseoae. Not. 30, 1913.
For treating poor complexions, red, rough
bands, and dry. thin and falling hair, Cuti
cura Soap and Cuticura Olatment have been
the world's favorites for more than a gen
eration. Bold everyrthere. Liberal sample of
ech mailed free, with 33-p. Blda Book. Ad
dress post-card "Ooticnra. Dept. T, Boston."
-Mcn who shavo and shampoo with Cu
ticura Boap will find it best for skin and scalp.
FURS SINCE 1871
OMAHA'S POPULAR PRICED CLOTHING STORE
WE SELL THE KIND OF
CLOTHES you SHOULD WEAR!
We are offering to our trad th BZST
TAILORED, BUST lOOKIlTO and BUST WBA.R-
TJTO CI.OT1IES that money can buy and experi
If you're not already numbered amongst our
hundreds of satisfied onatomers, we oordially
Invite yon to come ln and examine our fall and
winter showing of suit and overcoat.,
You.ll find this a .tor where rood clothe,
are fairly priced and satisfaction 1. always guar
anteed. SEP TKH TJNUBUAI. VALUES "WE OFTEB
I2T SUITS A9TB OVERCOATS, AT
Pay any price you
choose along our
Trou.er line and w
will give you the
best trouser values
your money has ever
$3, $3.50, $4
$5 and $6
Your Fall Hat
Is Here Sir!
Come in and try on
some of the How rail
They Are Boautlos!
Ton can be correctly
John B. Stolson, . $3.50
"Guarantee De Luxe" $3
"Guarantee Special" $1.M
Black Crushers, real-
Pure Foods at
Specials for Friday
Frtnoh Carrot. 100 cans, contain
ing 25 to 30 small cooked carrots,
loren 30c can $a.3S
Queen Ollvss Mammoth fruit
Special, 60a bottle, at Oo
boganberria. California pack
beavy syrup; dozen 30a caiu.ffl.33
Can ........................ .SOa
rremofc OliT Oil A. GKUard and
Flla, double Clarified, regular 4a
bottle, special, at 30o
Kardlne Special Direct imports'
tton; Skipper pack, onn doxen ISo
ran a for 91-35; oti lBo
Dulao pack; tin and delidoua; one
aozeti ISa cans, (Us) cai lOo
0lman'. B. B. T. seUah Unex
selled for meals, ttah. etc; doaen
10c jars. HU3S Jar..- OOe
aTsw Terk State Cawes-Tun
:ream. mild or sharp; special 1-Ib.
sut. Me voani .............. SAo
VT So Our Own feeaitlnr Baily.
Lotus "Ankola." tie acme of
?erfeotlon. 8 lbs., $1.10 j 2 lbs.,
Sot pound - 40o
Ideal Blend Rich in color and
good ln aroma; 3 lbs. for fl.OO
pound 3 So
Note; Bean, Ground or Pul
verized by the flteel Cut Process.
Courtney's Wines and Liquors
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES
Tou get the acme of Purity and Value here, and will realize a big
saving by supplying your needs' at these lov prices:
One Bottle Port or Sherry fre To further introduce our Lotus'
Whisky, during this sale we will give PBEE one bottle Port or Bherry
wlno to each customer purchasing a botUe of our famous Lotus 'Whisky.
Lotus Whl3ky-r-Elght year, old, mild, mellow and mature: ' full tTiurt
WHX8BXB3 BOTT&BS IV BOXTD.
Canadian Club Price. Price.
Walker's $1.35 81.10
8 years old. made
spring 1305 11.25 81.00
Mado Bprlng 1909 $1.25 8 .9&
au&ranteed Strictly ture.
By the Sottl.
Rockwell tl.EO.. 81.10
Pepper. Jas. E. J1.25 8 .99
Guckenhelmer 31.00 8 .90
Atherton ,$1,25 81.00
Duffy's Malt f .90 8 .80
Katgand Hals, 3 Star.. 1 1.60 81.33
Macgregor's 31.50 81.18
Gordon, bottled at the
distillery, London .,..31.00 8 -88
King's Own superior
uuallty- . ... 30 8 -.75
Tarragona; very old
choice wine $1.00 8 .76
oonsTKB-rs caxtszes aitd costectiomb.
Made In our own Complete Candy Kitchen, Absolutely pure temDt
lngly delicious a perfection of quality anrpaa.ed by non. -.
Courtney's "Italian 3tyle" and "Incomparable Chocolates" are a revelation
In chocolate candy; one-pound box, 60oj large box ', 8100
Hornby MUd Tmlt Tablet Assorted flavors; regular price 25c a lb.
Special 3 pounds, SOo; one pound loo
mcTSA srxoxax bobtow tbbito.
We Just received 200 large pots of these beautiful Ferns, and while
they last we will sell them at eSo a pot (Not delivered.)
uau or jrnone oroer. Promptly
Chambers ' Academy of Danc
ing will open season 1913-14
for lessons and classwork,
October 7th, 1913.
Application for enrollment in classes
can be made now by calling D-1871.
New entrance on SSth Street.
Roller Skating will begin
Entrance on Farnain Street.
TKVSSOAT ASTD MATURSAT
BOYD THEATER BTOOlt CO.,
With rX.OJtBMOB BTOSTB and
J. DAVID KXT-U-Z.nr In
Toptrlar Price. Angmsntsd Orchst.
tra. Meat Week Beverly of Oraustark
If yon ure at all
particular about your
"toggery," youll find
u. ready to serve you
to, your satisfaction.
Ha ndsomo Dross Shirts
$1.00, $1.50, $2
Crotch Union Suits,
98c to 52.50. .
Gloves. Special, at 91
Seat Sweater Cost
Vnluen ln Omnha, at
POc to S7.50.
Wool Hose ..13l4o
and Saturday Selling
Maple Bap Syrup Welch Bros.
genuine Green Mountain Boy
brand; special, gallon tins, 81.75;
luort tlna . ...... ...60o
Bulk Oodoa HerBhey made on
the Gum; 4 lbs., 85c; lb. ...S5o
Pure Catstrp Lotus rack dozen
8Bo bottlea, 82.10; bottle...., -lBo
Bmoked Herrings Imported; dozen
16c can., S1.4S; or 2 cans for.... .360
High Ozmda Criwar Iten's
:rlsp and 9Qetoue Sploed Peanut -Jumbles,
a new innovation, per
'5oun4 ......... ......,,.......100'
Self Sdtr Xlour New milled
pancake or buckwheat flour doc
an package, 1.10; package. ...lOo-
Heir Sagland.SAUMfe Courtney's
All Pork New England Farm Sau
sage; Is -simply delicious; try it for
breakfast, pound SOo
Japan Tea Iotus brand, packed
for us in Japan,, absolutely free
from all coloring matter; one
lb. pkg., OOoj lb. 'pkg 35o
All our High Grade Oolong, Eng
lish Breakfast, Ceylon or Japan
Tea., usually sold by us at 60c
a lb. Special, pound........ 450
THEtB BTAK OOaZTAO BSAITBT.
Qules Vlllao & Co., UN
rect importation from Reg. Sale
France; very old 7in- Price Price
tage $1.25 8 .95
GAirFORNIA POET OX 8XESBT,
Gold Label bottling
superior quality; full
quart bottle $ .75 8 .BO
OAXP?OKH1A CnVAKBTB, BUJt-
axnmxsa ash xkzhb wihbs.
By the Gallon.
$2.25 quality, this sale 81.95
32.00 quality, this rale 81.55
31.E0 quality, this sale 81.00
51.00 quality, this sale 8 .85
AX.K ASB STOUT.
Guinness" Foreign Extra Stout
regular price .2.60; special, dozen
pints. 83.10; bottle ....-aoo
Whitehead's Extra 8tout; regular
price $1.50: Special, Dozen Nips.
81 M J two bottles ....850
Base' Ale. AVhlto Label bottling;
regular $2.80; Special, dozen pints.
2.10; one dozen $1.50 Nips, at 81.90
(linger Ale or Sarsapartlla.
Schwepp's Extra Dry made In
Dublin, Ireland; one dozen pints,
11.38; or 2 bottles ,25c
raw, Telephone Sougla. 647.
All, WEEK MATS. WED. and BAT
Xn XH3X IU ITU u inn voni. '
Kit Mttk Whtp Knlihthood Wu la Fln,r
3aUy Mat., 15-as.soo
ZSuiIckI r-m r w mnn'riinn.ati...
Bttrleg.n' cc "BWIrl Bor comic
with Joe Hurtiff' "axnaBa azaz,s
Bnapple.t of all Fun Shows. Just a
Presented Eight Weeks at Columbia
Theater, Chicago. Alpine. Quartet
Great Cast; Gingery Beauty Chorus
XiABXES' D-3XE XATXXES TODAY.
lUtlat Kerjr Dy. a.Ui Ertrr Nlrh i.
ADVANCED VAUDEVXl!l.E '
Tils Wk- Hon Slnuit Ai-tlniit th. it..,.,
Trio. Bollln.r A R.jno.d.. TloSlr itoii0 ?,'a
Utctvi S.rdtr a4 gusts). v,,5t?t
ltc. Mo too. 7tc "' lt
1 ' iMIsM imm
Tonight, sat. Mat. and Hlght
... Yl Br4y' Production
WAY DOWN EAST
n hetof all rural play.
Sunday Three Days. Mat. Vtd.
THE TISC-TOX MAW.
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