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niB BEK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AOVJSMBMt '215, VJ13,
The dinner will taste better if
you are wearing one of our
beautiful dresses. The game will be
much more interesting if you are
snugly wrapped in a Thompson, Bel
den Coat. Our apparel is stylishly
correct, refined and reasonably
COATS $16.50, $19,50, $24.50
DRESSES $12.50, $16.50, $25.00
SUITS $24.50, $29.50, $35.00
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH T!EET
NAME -COMMISSION MEMBERS
Will Arrange to Finance Farm
MA1TT COUNTIES ASK AID
Chi-m.h Itlldrefhof Franklin Rlvctrd
Chairman at ComnIIon nml
M cGrerv ad Hall KxrCH
The membership of the Agricultural
Development commission of Nebraska
was matte up' yesterday afternoon at a
meeting of a committee appointed last
Summer. There aro to be twenty-two
members, of which all Iuavj been ap
pointed except one, .who Is to be fchossn
from the Omaha Grain, exchange. The
iurposo of the commission is to ralso the
necessary finances tq help tie university
.school of agriculture to place, farm lUm
onstrators In tho various countlct In the
fltate that have asked for such an orou'.
Four counties already have demonstra
tors. Prof. C "Wi rugsley of tho unlver.
sity school of agriculture reported nt the
meeting that, he had requests from thirty
eight other counties that are antl-ws to
have farm demonstrators,
Officers of tho now commlsiton were
lectfd,. M fotlows: Carson Uildreth of
Kraflklln, chairman; W, 8. Whlttcn of
IJivco4n, aoeretary; Qeorge F. Ollmore of
Omaha. treasurer; C. F, McQrcw of
South Ofwjha asteDr f. Hall of Lini
coin, msen&rs etths exectjtlvo.'eommlt
te. TjJ eeteatytvV cfwmrl .k Km -to
'hoM a, meeting ill which It Is to lake up
rwlai flM, f
MvMheralilii nt Cemmlwln.
following Is a complu Jlst of the com.
neUirfon it was Wceted- at tho
i&.giV j. :c
JC. 8ulnhm. vice president and
manager of the Union Stock Vardf com
Py. Mi Oswlia: a'.Towle7prel.
dnt f the Nebraska MamtacUirers' as
twjlaUon, XJncoIn: A. C. LeFlamr. presl
dent of M. Nebraska filler.' assocla
tlon. Lexington? W. 8...nvsln;er. gen-
ISf?V 'Bent ,r f nion.'l'a.
clfle Railroad company. Omaha: Frank
Walters, general maitoger of the ChU
5K5nt , ,he Chicago.' Turlington
Qulnoy BsJIroadi company, Omalia: D, tC
V' csltallit and sjLpckmw, Beatrieej
J A. 0m, president .of the Nebraska
- I '
"WHiyT Bo notdepreoiktiftm.vue. W1IY7
They are the hnrdeat of iill known sultetances, do
aot ihw wew Hnd e h cowquoaceievor come undor
thefclficfttion second hknd' Fine-juul good dia
mond at all times have been a g$6d invegtment, but
particularly during the past twenty years. Increase
'in. tho tariff, means, increased prico as soon as our
pjrejjent stock is sold It is as yet completo in sizes and
nt BuehpriesBjlmt w.e.wil) buy bnok nt nny time within
one year at prico paid, less ten per cent Full prico
allowed in exchango nt nny time.
9 750.00 to 95.00
Te imHttit yes) se a fflt nssW yea nest fMMst Sic Cosbsm Um ksti ee.
TIIE IMPERIAL EMBROIDKRY OUTFIT is guaran
teed to be the greatest collection and biggest bargain in
pattern ever offered. The 160 pattwn have a retail
value of 10 eeata ewh, or more than $10.00 in all, Bring
SIX Cotoom and m cente to thia office and you will b?
Ffntl,w,th, One Complete Outfit, including Book of
Instruction and one All Metal Hoop. The 68 cents is to
cover duty, express, handling ani the numerous over
head xpen3 of getting the. package from factorv tn vrvn.
,f V. S.Qirt of Town Rmaiin
Ljvo Stock Improvers' association; Dr.
P. U Hall. brcsHden't of the Central Na
tional bank, Lincoln, representing the
Lincoln Clearing House; J. DeForreet
Richards, cashier omatia national nan,
representing the Omaha Clearing Hous;
Member to be appointed to represent tho
Omaha Grain Exchange; A. K. Btryker,
representing tho South Omaha Live mock
exchange; George V. Ollmore, president
of the Conservative Savings & Loan as
sociation of Omaha, chairman of jthe
agricultural commlltoo of the Omaha
Cr.tnmorctal club; 1L li Qooen, president
of the Lincoln Grain exchange; A. E.
Wilkinson, of the Beatrice Creamery
company, representing; the creamery in
terests of tho state; Fred J. F&rrlngton,
secretary and manager of tho Jo tin
"Deere Plow company, Implement manu
facturers, Omaha; W J. PJtant, of tho
International Harvester company, Imple
ment manufacturers, Omaha; C. F. Mo
Qrw, president of the Llvo Stock Na
tional bank, South Omaha; "William 11.
Hughes, secretary of the Nebraska Hank
erst association, Omaha; Prof. C W,
Pugsley, manager of tho farm exten
sion work at the State Farm, Lincoln;
AV. 8. Whltten, secretary of the Lincoln
Commercial club; C Hlldreth, .Franklin,
Several business men were at the meet
ing yesterday. riots Hammond of Fre
mont was present as president of the
associated commercial clubs of tho state.
Prof, C. W. Pugsloy of the university
school of agriculture addressed the meet
ing, telling 'of jthe urgent demand that Is
coming from thirty-eight counties for a
Carson HUdrclh, chairman of the com
mlrrfon, In 'his address urged tho neces
sity of farm demonstrators as a means
of placing tho rosults of agricultural ex
periments where they will do tho most
ACTRESS COMMIfS SUICIDE
IN PHILADELPHIA HOTEL
' PHILADELPHIA Nov. 3G.-Mald Du
proe, , vaudeville aetiW., whoreglsterwd
at a holet aa "Betty 'DallyV of -New
York, committed suicide, last', night by
taking poison, after she had left a note
addressed to a sorgo Ljj Cajre,' an actor,
to , call up the room 'on the telephone,
The authorities arp of the ;oln!on she
was the daughter of a New York jphy.
L Mare told, the police he met the
slrl ;sereu mpnths ago In a muslo hall
Jft J-ofdon, Among tho girl's effect
was Jewelry valued at about ,oeo and
two- p.w, tickets for Jswelry' pledged in
Wew York for $LJ7a.
,Pli nm t n i
will add 7 cent extrtt for
Pmtuttsi Uet.. OsMba, '.
PARTY CONFERENCE ON BILL
Will Attempt to Unite Democratic
Leaders Behind Measure.
HITCHCOCK FOB AGREEMENT
Otrrn Annnnnces Will AnU Ben
nir to Work Until Six O'clocU
Kacli Might nml llnrrr
WASHIN'OTON, Nov. 25. Tho currency
system took nn unexpected turn In the
senato today when democratic leaders de
cided to summon a party conference at
onco to dispose of the points of 'differ
ence and to attempt to unite party mem
bers behind a hill that would have the
support of President Wilson,
The conference will begin at 11 o'clock
tomorrow1. It -was said by Democratic
managers tonight that Its conclusions
would not be binding, but that It was ex
pected the democrats would be able to
agree upon .vital features of the bill and
unite upon amendments to the pending
bill which could be accepted by the pres
The second day's debate upon tho big
reTorm measure was notable for the ab
senco of any show of III feeling between
the advocates of tho different currency
plans represented by tho Owen and Hitch'
cock bills. Senator Hitchcock held the
senate for more than on hour with Ills
speech In sunDort of the bill AKrylunn
by hlntself and the five republicans of
the senate committee. a
Hemnrks of Hitchcock.
Ills remarks wer characterized by
recognition of the efforts of the presi
dent, the house and tho democratlo wing
of the sonata committee and expression
of the hope that the sonato would find
It possible to unite upon a satisfactory
form of the currency bill.
The decision to bring democrats to
gether for a party conference was the
result of talks between tho president and
party leaders In the senate. It was de
termined that before tho debate proceeded
further members of the party shoul dis
cuss tho two bills behind closed doors
and reach as full an agreement as possi
ble upon the features of the legislation
which split tho senate committee.
Senator Owen 'announced early In the
day that he would ask the senate to work
until S o'clock each night and to con-
alder tho currency measure nt all times
when special orders did not prevent.
Senator Shafroth, one of tho democratlo
committed irentbors who helped In the
preparation of the Owen bill, followed
Senator Hitchcock with a comprehensive
explanation of the problems confronted
in trying to change the currency system
of the country and an endorsement of the
principles of tho Owen bill.
Attncks IntrlocUliijt Directorate.
He Insisted that less than eight regional
banks would loave the country without
adequate. protection In cose of panic, be
cause of the inability of remote country
banks to get money quickly from the re.
servo banks. The senator attacked Inter,
locking directorates and laiyo combina
tions of banks with power to deny or re
strict credit for worthy enterprises.
Senator Sha froth criticised i whtit ho
termed the cental, bs,nk tendency in the
Hitchcock amendments. I
"France, Germ any. Belgium Holland
and England," ho said, "have central
banks, but they aro within a few hours'
travel of all parts of the territory thoy
serve. Wljh but four reglbHll banks In
this country tho southern banker would
have to go 1,460 o 1,880 miles to scout c Ac
commodation. The situation would' ob
tain In all parts of tho country."
RESUME ATTACK OH '
(Continued from Tage One.)
Ply- of forage for the horses.
Tho souud of battle south of Juares,
the center of Oenerat Villa's battle front,
could be heard early today at Juarez,
but the fighting was not close enough
for any bullets or shells to fall either In
Juares or El Paso.
Passes wero demanded today from alt
Americans who appeared on the streets of
Juares. Btree car traffic across tho in
ternational bridge waki not stopped, but
person having no business In Juarez
wero hustled out by rebel guards at the
Hotels Taken for Hospitals.
All hotels In Juarex were cleared during
the night by the consUtutlonallsts for use
as hospitals. Many wounded wore re
ported to be lying on the field, It being
Impossible during the fighting to bring
them Into Juarez.
A machine gun platoon and Troop C
of the Thirteenth cavalry, under Captain
John H. Lewjs, were reported eh route
here today from Columbus, N. M., to rt
in'orce tho border patrol. The machine
gun platoon was to reinforce Troop Dr
Thirteenth cavalry, at the International
bridge, Troop C being stationed at tho
El Paso foundry. Troop L, Thirteenth
cavalry, commandtd by Captain W. It
Clcpton, en route from Norla, N. M.,
was to be stationed at the El Paso,
BISHOP BRISTOL WILL
DEDICATE THREE CHURCHES
MASON CITT. Ia., Nov. !5. (Special.)
nishop Frank Hrlitol was n.ever a busier
man than he will be next Sunday when
he come to Mason Cty. Ills schedule
for the day Is this: lie will preach In
tho First MsUiodist Episcopal church In
the morning. At 2;1S he will dedicato
Calvary chapel in the north part of. the:
city; at 1:15 he will dedicate Olivet
chapel In the south part of the city; .at:
7:S0 he will preach In the Methodist
church, and at 8:30 will dedicate United
Memorial church. The last Is a church
erected for the negroes of the city, with.
Iley. F. Douglass Woodford as pastorv
All these new churches have been bu(ll
this summer by the enthustastlo mem
bership of the First church and f3,0oo
of this expense has already been pro
vided for. Or. Frank J. Wagner Is pas
tor of the First, church and he will con.
duct services in all these churcHts, his
program requiring him to preach four
snoon each Sunday. Dr. Wagner was
Wiled to the pastorate of the church
bero from Saratoga Sprints. N. Y., anl
he Is giving Immense satisfaction.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
Murphy im lilk tirntls.
In Danny Murphy's home town of Nor
wich, Conn , he was given a public recep.
tlon on his arrival after the world's series
and the local Kk' lodge presented him
wtth a llf membership card, the mayor
of the town making the speech.
IOWA MARSHAL IS DEAD
Frank Clark Expires at Excelsior
JUDGE WAITS ON. PRESIDENT
L'rKeil to Nsmi! Sncceasor nt Once,
but Prefers, to. Ilfcclre Infrac
tions from Washington
Tnx Matter In Inner.
(From a Staff Cormmn
DES MOTNEA la . Mn., nt
- . v.
Telegram.) Judiro Smith MiPh.nt, r
the federal court today notified the at
tornoy general at Washington .of the
ueaw at Kxcelslor Springs of Frank
Clark, United States mnmhnr fr ih.
southern Iowa district, and asked for In-
irucuons. no was urged immediately
to make an appointment of n.
marshal, but declined to do so unless In
structed from Washington. Ho announced
he would prefer the president moke tho
appointment at once.
AMessor -to Tn r 111,11....
Notices were sent out indnr hv t.
county auditor to th& r.ffiM.1.
Chicago, Ilock Island & Pacific Railway
Onmnan. I ..1 . . .
ilulI,,,s mem 10 appear on
December 8 to show why they had foiled
to pay taxes on I1.0W.000 worth of cor
poratlon stock. He Is planning to assess
mis amount in shares, -which he alleges
were ovcnooKec by tho assessor.
Presented to Jury;
Confession to Stand
AUBURN. Neb.. Nov. r..fRnM.i t.i.
gram.) Tho taklnsr of nvidnnm in
cbbo 01 mo state against Fuller Snellen-
oerger commenced this morning. In the
opening statement to the Jury counsel
for defense attempted tn n nh.... ..
alleged confession of Shellenberger of
having been associated with Ed Noil !n
tho murder of tho Jones fnmliv in n-
Ins county over twenty years ago, but
mo same was excluded by the court at
that time uponho objection by counsel
for tho state.
Tho stato nroccedmi tn v.. ..
der of Julian TiiititiniM .nj ..... .1
. " auituuiiujjifg
circumstances. The chief nitn... a
A. Qrubb, pherlff from Ilurllngton. Kan.,
wnero unenenuerger suffered a sunstroke,
and believing he was n limit imrii. n...
a confession to Orubb and later to Sheriff
-i.in.-B 01 jemana county. Nebraska.
Sheriff Jones upon being called to tho
stand related In detail tho story of the
murder as n-tvan htm f u. .
- - - . ... ma I'UniQBSlOU
of SJiellenberger and the part he played
Tho testimony of Shorlff Jones nin
showed that one Frank UlDbi struck the
blow that killed old man JulVui with a
rock tied up in a rags that Joa Kopf, who
is now awaiting trial, assisted aibh in
securing the old man's money, which was
hidden In a tin box. The broken bor
beforo the Jury.
The testimony showed that dutlnir th
killing Shellenberger remained outsido the
door on watch for passorsby. It wns also
shown that the old man was known to bo
dead when Shellenberger helped carry
him to tho bed where he was found and
that Kopf cut his hand whllo openlnjt tho
T. J, Mahoney. who was county? altor.
ney. athomo o.f the Jones murder In
Douglas county, 'testified In regard to
Shellcnberger's confession and that he
was ntscwirged at that time.
R. C. Smith, clerk of the district court
for Douglas countyvand Henry D. Hayes,
United State denuty marshnl. who wa.
chief of detectives at the time of the
Jones murder, CWer6 called to corroborate
the testimony "of Mahoney. This testi
mony was taken on behalf of the de-
tnnil.nt Im .K. . . i . .
. .no avovute 01 me jury, anu
11 was aetermined to be admlssablo, and
will bo read to them, as a deposition.
Henry Lavtgne. a farmer resldins'cmith.
east of Julian nnd who employed Shellen
begrer as a farm hand at the time of
the murder, was called to the stand and
testified to the absence of Shellenberger
on tho ovenlng of tho murder, but that
tye was at work next morning. His testi
mony was corroborative of Shellenberg
er'a confession as rotated by Sheriff
Jones. The court houso waa filled to
Tho atato will rest early tomorrow. It
la not expected that the; defense will take
mucn time wit!) its case.
RlnotthOHnd Traces 'Thieves,
CRBBTON. la., Nov. !5.-Spiclai.)-OfT
fleers of this city were roused last night
when the phone at polios headquarters
rang and the voice of a small boy an
nounced In shrill tones that his house,
was being robbed. The lad Is a son of
Mr, and Mrs. Ed Nolan, who realde on
South Poplar street. The boy sold that
his parents were- 'not at home and that
three tramps wro ransacking the house.
Officer Fisher at onoe rushed to the
eeone. taking with lm a. bloodhound
pup, and although the-tramps were gone
the dog took the scent at onco and mado
fpr tho railroad yards. The three tramps
had taken refuge In a switch shanty In
the east end of the yard and were await
ing a train when suddenly the hound
burst In the door, followed by the of
ficer. The men wero taken to head
quarters Your Kidneys Are
Thousands, of men and women aro un
well aa.tbe resiilt of the kidneys falling
to filter the blood properly. The dan.
mroua feature of Kidney disease cqn
lt Inlts'subtle and delusive character.
and so 1nsldous are Its ravages that
many victims do not suspect Its exis
tence1 Until the advanced stages havn
been reached. This Is not strange when
we consider that tho complicated and
delicate struotura of the kidneys Is
poorly supplied with sensitive nerves. As
the .function of tho kidneys Is to re
move Impurities, they are Very suscep
tible to disease, and any disorder af
fecting thorn Is dangerous, as It causes
Impure matter to be retained tn tho blood
and affects the whole, system. Qy re
storing the kidneys and' liver to health
and activity, Warner's .Safe Kidney and
Liver Remedy enables these organs to
properly perform their functions and free.
the Jblood from urinary -and biliary poi
sons. The experience of thirty-six years
nas demonstrated the fact that It acts
specifically upon the kidneys and liver In
such a manner that It establishes
healthy condition of these vital qrgans
and it lias therefore become, a standard
remedy for kidney and liver diseases.
It Is sold by all druggists, or we will
send you a free sample If you address
Warner's Safe Remedies Co., Dept. S3T
Rochester. N. Y.
Store will remain
Let us alt give thanks some for
what we have some for what wo
have not. If we've prospered let
un be thankful If we haven't let
us be thankful that we've the
courage io battle with adversity.
Let us all.be thankful that every
one of un has so much to bo
EAGLE CAPTURED ALIVE
BY MASON CITY HUNTERS
MASON CITY. Ia.. Nov. !S.-fSn.i
Denny Dally and J. Maratcn wero for
tunate enough to capture a big American
tagle. They were In tho vicinity of Fer
tile and wero huntlno- rahhlta. Th
heard a flutter In tho underbrush Anil
discovered the big bird. The. bruh -ant
so dens that tho big bird found it Im-
possible to use his wings. The two men
THEN and NOW
HOW FAMILIAR to most of us is the custom of
neverentirely emptying our bottle or pitcher of milk
or cream. WHY? Because undor the. old obsolete
methods of handling: milk and cream we were taught
that all? milk good as well as bad, must have dirt,
or sediment in the bottom.
'fOVffol&TiMtim are the methods of the tip4o
, ?ientifio niilk dealers-the last drop of milk '
in the bottom of the bottle as good as the first no
DIRT and' SEDIMENT mean TILTH, manybacteria
and disease germs. Therefore, to-be safe, you
should buy the cleanest milk in tho city ALAMITO
PASTEURIZED MILK, without sediment and dis
Have Your Ticket
ROUND TRIP WINTER TOURIST FARES
Daily Until April 30.
Tanum. fi. . 7 . ' S'VX
Miami, 'FU. ... ,. ......gS
St. Augustine. Flo. : em.
Ormond, Fla i5!fM
I'Hlm lleach, FU ...09,0O
renwcola, Flu. S41.00
Aew Orleans. La ai vrt,
xr ?it M.'?' 41.00
Mobile, Ala. S41.00
Chnrleston, S. O 4S.RFI
Diverse route tnum tn T.-irw,i. .
,,' i. . , , , C Ti K"cr inrcs. Kates to many
k21S?S5. : South vply vU Ch,cago-8t-Loula
Also Homeseekers1 Fares, Dec. 2d and 16th
The Trains to Use
You enn pay for your Thanksgiving fen st out of
the money you save on that new suit or overcoat
and have some left if you take advantage, of tho
. special pricings now in force at this store.
Broken lots of classy Suits
and Overcoats for men and young
men being closed out at substantially
Broken lots of our regular $15
arid $18 Suits and Overcoats
Broken lots of our regular $20, .
$22.50 and $25 Suits and Over
Broken lota of our regular $30
and $35 SuitB and Overcoats
1510-18-20 I-'AKNAM STREET
made aa attack and were quite badly
bitten and scratched, but wero able to
secure the bird without Injuring It In tho
least. The handsome specimen will be
presented to tho Eagle lodge of this city
Files Cored tn a tet 14 Days.
Druggist refund money If Poxo Oint
ment falls to cure Itching, blind, bleed
ing or protruding piles. First applica
tion glvea relief. 60c Advertisement
Persistent Advertising is. the Road to
nurse ea success.
Houston, Teg gtoo art
Dallas, Ter. 270
Galveston, Ter. jne'eft
BrmvBsvUlc. Ter. 40.15
San Angelo, Tex S33 50
Corpus ChrlsU, Tex 842.05
Mexico City. Me 875.20
Havana. Cuba Qrr nn.
n., i ... ... . .
9:15 A. M DAY EXPRESS; 4n Kansas
City 4:05 P. X. -
4:30 P. M. AFTERNOON .SPECIAJLc.In.
Kansas Citfll:00 P.; ii "Texas'
10:45 P. M., NIGHT EXPRESS: Ready
at 10:00 P. M,
4:30 P. M., ST. LOUIS-KANSAS CITY
SPECIAL: In St. Louis 7:20 A. M.
Parlor car, sleepers and diner.
6:30 P. M., CHICAGO SPECIAL: Ready
6:00 P. M. In Chicago 8:09 A. M.
4:20 P. M., AFTERNOON EXPRESS: In
Chicago 7:00 A. M.
7:15 A. M. DAYLIGHT SPECIAL: Sun-parlor-lounge-oar
train. In Chicago
. 9:00 P. M.
"Excursion Fares South" ana other publica
tions on request. Let hm explain tho attractive di
verse route tours through tho -South, including
tours to Cuba and Panama.
J. B. REYNOLDS, City Passenger Agent
1502 Farnam St., Omaha. D. 1238
MntL Other Bpsotal
er Ars Just t Pr cf tba ICasy
, dpsciaia for X?Us yrkt ,
IKo bottles Olives ...,,,....,,80.
16c bdttles nips Olltes. .lBo
11.00 cans Pompetati Olive .Oil Wo
lEc can Salmon So
tOo and 25o cans Sardines. ,.13o
11.00 'bottle flne Blackberry. ,SSo
76o fine Cooktntr Sherry 48o
11.00 bottle OooklnR- Brandy 99a
iSo bottle fine California Port
76c bottles Catawba and Muscatel
11.00 bottle Rock: and Bye.... MO
All .wsukaowa breads , of Ti&t.
WXlaUes, snoh si Sprine; Kill,
Old STsls on Sy, QaoksnhrtBier
LBd Xeystose Q R n
XVZX. Q0ABTM ...... uu
I XX BPgOIAX OTTKHa ZX QVJL ;
"Xf It's, Jfrorn
It Vast Bs aa
1309 FARNAM ST." '
Two Doors East of
Oat-of-town patrons ssad for onr
peetal offers and price lists,
VTB SKIP SVSSTWSXBJI
This' Afternoon and Tonir&t
XXS 8KW SATIOWAI, KIT
Itovsmher 37, fl8, B9.1 Mat Thuri'3at.
. KTsCAITS AHp iraTTYXB XST
"WI1KN LOVE IS YOIWO"
Both Matinees i Bpeclal, l.oo to 85o
TOK1QKT Ajili "WEEK
Matinees, .Thursday and Saturday
American Tlienteij Stock Co. In
THE FORTUNE .HUNTER
Wextj WeskTbe Way .to JCensaare"
-y-Ki-Xy- Xvuswn 18.35-60.76o
BiMtu. The Gayty Girls
With, the Corn-Fcd Dutch Comic rsn.
Fay; Nellie Kjprede. tba LUy of Melody '
Jerue tc Hamilton, Esther Carries5 FoX; -Musical
Maids; BI Beauty Chorus
Mat.XTery Say.ailS; Stsxt Xlrht.8ils.
ThU i VMki Jir. Edvudj Dli. w. u A bint.
Joa. Owrlllo. llefltor WlBtie.t.r, 8ji,iZ
Loral J H.r Wtnot, Thre Du-Kor Bai,
Jrlc MtlM-3alUrr. 10c; tt Watt (.
cyt B.t ana Sa.. lie, Kixhta, 10c. Sc. 10c. Vie.
10c lOYI'S THEATER I0o
la m. Contlnnotis 11 p. nt- James
O'KsUl In "The Count of Monte Orlsto"
Wednesday till sjatmrday ABCEOltA
The Persistent and Judicious Ute of
Newspaper Advertising U the Hoau to
tdsksnw THE OMAHA HKK.