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THE BEE: OMAHA, THUKSDAY, FEB RC All Y l'G, 1014.
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WE ARE EXCLUSIVE
MGWaKD AMD SIXTEENTH
SKIDS UNDER CHINESE
IN MEXICAN Y1LLAGE
(Continued from l'age One.)
fnjTthe i otcome"of efforts to obtain t.te
surrender of the body to Benton's fain
lly, which -will not bo delayed In the
least. An Immediate examination even
under limited conditions has been do
elded on In order that decomposition niny
not obliterate the muto evidence of thi
llnrrtn llnn Aiiifrlcnn.
Further complicated by dispatches lull
Ins of official confirmation received by
Consul Garrett at Nuevo Laredo of tin
hanging by Hucrta troops of Clcmcnto
Yergara, an American, near UldalKO, tho
Mexican situation took on more tensity,
If It could be said thero Was any Chung's
Secretary Bryan discussed tho situation
with the. scnato. foreign relations coin
mittee,, and for" ,noro than two hours
answerc fluestlons. by senators,
Both, tho jepr.etary and senators decllno
to discuss jhclr conference, except to say
that the trend was to get at tho facts,
leaving questions of policy for future de
termination. "What we are seeking to establish,"
said Mr. Uryan, "was tns nctual situa
tion; nit the facts regarding the Huerta
Government and the constitutionalist
"Was thero any suggcutlon of a chanKe
of policy on the part of this government
toWard Mexico? Mr. Uryan was asked.
"We did not talk policies," ha replied.
"What to do on tho basis of facta estab
lished waa lett for future consideration."
Mr. Uryan was questioned concerning
'the strength of Iho constitutionalist move
ment In Mexico and-thtj character nt Its
leaders. Tho senator wcra .particularly
"interested In Villa and the execution of
Auirrlt-ank to Leave Chlliunliun,
CHIHUAHUA, Mex Feb. M.-Flf teen .
Americans who camo horb 'with Villa's
rebel troops were mustered out today on
advice from Washington nnd will bo re
turned to Juarez today or tomorrow.
The presence of tho Amerlcnns, anima
ted by a desire far adventura rather than
belief In the constitutionalist cause, mul
tiplied possibilities of Intense complica
tions to an extent which overshadowed
their' uaofullncss as rapid fire sun opera
tors. The date of Villa's departure for Tor
reon Is still uncertain. He regards the
capture of that railroad center as a cer
tainty and already has his plans for tho
campaign further south.
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DEALERS FLOCK TO
ANNUAL AUTO SHOW
(Continued from Page One.)
deal waa turned and many of tho deals
were to couhty distributers and con
sisted of several carloads of machines.
Tho dlitrlbuters are selling more cars
In their allotments this year than ever
beforo as the trade predictions this win
ter are for a booming spring trade.
Many hundreds came to the show, how
ever, who wero not dealers or In any
way connected with the business. Some
enmo to look around and glory In the
beautiful cars. Others camo to Investi
gate nnd to eventually buy. They were
eagerly met by energetic salesmen and
some who came to make a selection
signed contracts beforo the)' got past tho
first exhibit. Quito n number of cars
were sold to Omahu peoplo aa well ns
out of town Inhabitants.
Hoolrtr Out ToiiIkM.
Tonight will -be society, night.. -The
price of admission has been raised In
honor of tho event and BccftUso It Is
desired to keep the attendance down to
normal. ICvenlng dross will not be re
quired although It Is customary for such
alllro on society night. Most of tho
exhibitors and their salesmen will bo so
attired, hut there nre some who do not
bcllovo In conventions and they will be
permitted to do as they please as this
Is a free country.
Notes of tho Shovr.
lr it. Iinrifnrd. cenernl manager of tho
Cartcrcart company, arrived at tho ahow
Tho Rambler exhibit Includes n lux
urious Sedan which lo ono of tho tastiest
machines nt the snow.
George II. Perry, treasurer of the Almo
Motor TrueK company ot Aimo, .men.,
la attending the: show;'
T. Vl Jarard,,vJcc president of the Ap-
ntptihjj is another or, me Dig
officials Visiting' In Omaha this week.
I AV. L. Huffman assert that he Intends
to push the Detroit electrics extensively,
uurrman nas just taKen over mo agency
"Tho Hull Tractor Is tho center of In-I
iciuhi ill iiic uuacmuni. x iiuau vnu ku w i
the Nebraska made tractor,
George Franklin, the factory represent-
ative of tho Hcgai. Is a driver ot ucgHii" uiuuu iv
racing cars. He nas won several trophies
with the underslung machine,
The Baker electrla truck which Is ex
hlblted by tho Orr Motor Bales company.
is as big as some of tho light gasollno
irucKs. it will carry 1,000 pounds.
Tho Bnauld nR Pullman sleeper car.
which la In tho Freeland display, was
.sold to Woods Cones of Pierce, Neb. It
win ue delivered soon alter me snow,
George Helm spends most ot his time
at the fihow arguing the virtues ot the
right hand drive, Helm asserts tho Cadil-
lao will Stick to the right hand drive,
through thick and thin, '
Sa cs Manager Hitchcock of tho local
Mollne nagency la demonstrating at the
snow a duplicate or the Moiine-Knight
motor which stood a 330-hour test of con-
slant runnlnir nt Nuw York recm.tlv.
Th now nollca catrol which will sonn
go Into servlco Is dismayed with the
truck In the basement. Jt Is polished and
nalntnt and WHh Ita lirnn.1 nitw fnnll.
nentai motor iooks iiko tne real tiling.
tL D. Paxaon. eencrnl alrs manager of
tht Ohio company. Is nt the show, with
tne b. j-j. urny cxnimt. uray, whose piaco
01 business is in council uiuirs, is tne
agent for tne Ohio in this territory.
nuy oinmi pianieu a vaso ot urnutitui
red roses In his Hudson six car and In-
sldo of five minutes had every woman
In tho Auditorium admiring his car. All
ot which' goes to show that Smith has
an eye lor business.
The Marmon has a new fancied ateerlnc
Wheel which la Inserted on the car If aa
desired. The new wheel Is a double
action affair and la shaped like the helm
on a boat. Hither the new wheel or the
standard wheel Is Installed.
The creen and white burlan which was
laid on the flour of tho Auditorium has
hecomo considerably soiled by constant
ininn unu ia quicmy arousing tne ire 01
manager uiarKe- 1'tiwey, who is insistent
on a npicit ana span condition.
Ixn Huff, who sold the first car at the
Fhow Monday morning at ono minute
after 7 o'clock, l trying to frame It so
ho can sell the last ear as well. Huff is
looking for a customer who will buy a
car Just as the door Is closed Saturday
J. C. Darcus. sales manaser for the tnld.
um wrvi; ji. i. iirout, special repre
sentative for Iowa, and U, 11. Htrout. gen-
ciai sales manager, all ot the llaynea
company, are In Omaha at tho Haynes
exhibit nt the Downtown garage Just
opposite tne Atiuitorium.
The new Motlne-Knlght demonstrating
car was received by u, ai. ueal and
Ulaced on dlsnlav Wednesdav mornlne.
It Is a beautiful niece of automobll con.
structlon and created all kinds ot interest.
galea manager Hitchcock took the boat
out jor a utile ainng Wednesday after
noon ana described it as the best ever.
Tom Iiromwell. sales manacer for W. I
smithereens Wednesday. Iiromwell sold
goeVtuOrrrr: "Uelanvey d thVolfte"r
to Dr ". II. Pruner. Salesmen generally
concede themselvea fortunate It they sell
o uuupcu m a, fear, ivi mono one uay
The Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising 1 the Itoad to
TELLS OF ATTACK ON MOYER
Auditor Deported with Miners'
Leader Testifies at Hancock.
MOB STORMS BOOM IN HOTEL
Moirr la Itratrn OTfr Heml Trlih
Hrvolvrr nnil Phot In Shnnliler
Ilolli I'lncrrt on Train
HANCOCK, Mich., Keb. 25. Charles It.
Tanner, auditor of tho Western Federa
tion of Miners, took the stand today be
foro tho congressional committee nnd de
scribed the deportation ot Charles II
Moyer and himself.
"Moycr was standing at the telephone
In his room," Tanner said, "when there
was a rap on the door, t was standing
by the bed nnd Moycr himself opened
tho door. A crowd of twenty or th'lrty
men rushed In, shouting, 'Where Is Moyor,
where Is Moyer?' At the same time three
men covered me with automatic re
volvers. Then Moycr, by the telephone,
repllc'l, 'I nm Moyer.'
"Several men made a rush for him and
bent him over almost double. Another
man rushed In from tho hallway and
struck Moyer, as he was bent over, on
the head with a revolver. Tho gun ex
ploded nnd Moycr wns wounded In the
Tanner said Moycr nnd he wero then
rushed out of tho room, down tho stairs
nnd out of the hotel. Then they were
hustled across the bridge to Houghton,
where they wero placed on a train tor
Chicago In charge of two deputies, one
named Hensley, and warned If they ever
came back they would bo hanged. On
the bridge tho witness said he was struck
over tho eye by his captor and he showed
the committee a scar resulting from the
Com in It Ire of Clflxeim Cnlla.
Shortly before Moyer nnd himself were
nttacked, Tanner snld, they had been
waited on by a committee ot citizens, who
hud asked .Moyer to accept tho sum
J3O.W0 whldh had been raised on behalf
of tho victims of tlio Calumet district. He
said Moyer replied that It was for the
peoplo themselves to decide whether they
would tukd tho money and refused to give
a statement to the newspapers urging
them to do so.
Ho promised, however, to call up tho
secretaries of the various locals and to
urgo them not to discuss the Culumet
disaster, ns he also was asked to do. Ho
was In the net of call In f: them when the
attack was mndc,
"Did cither you or Mr. Moycr offer nny
resistance?" usked Chairman Taylor,
"Wo didn't have time," said Tanner
"Moycr thought It was tho tamo com
mltteo coming back."
Tanner was tho only witness1 called on
Charles E, Hcltala, secretary and
treasurer of tho local unions, testifying
as to tho number of mt on strike, said
that 5,963 woro receiving benefits. Ho
said the majority woro head of families
and estimated that moro than 36,000 were
dependent on strike benefits.
Announcement wns made by tho
strikers' counsel this afternoon that they
had concluded tho presentation of their
ease. Chairman Taylor announced that at
tho conclusion of the Inquiry hero tho
committee would sit for one day In Chi
cago to take testimony of Michigan na
tlonal guardsmen in answer to the
Tho commltteo then adjourned the nub
lid hearings until Saturday)! In the mean
time, tho congressmen will make an :n
spcctlon of tho mines, stnmp mills and
smelters. Tho operators will begin the
Introduction of witnesses on Saturday or
AT KM PI MA IK Til
DYNAMITE SAFE IN
(Continued from Page One.)
by Carpenter, according to the latter. Ho
did not hear tho two explosions, nor the
sound ot the crackmen's voices,
brVkn tlrlllV ni, th f Innr nf h Vr.,,r
broken drills on the floor of the treasury
""". wnicn. 110 sam, wero tne Kina
used by exports. It Is believed the men
ran out ot explosives, wh ch may have
i Vnk k.i. i i 1
had "Omethlng to do With their decision
10 iu" wo lour noura ot enort,
ATTPMPT MAnP Tft HflR
I " "n iiwu
BANK IN IOWA TOWN
VAIL, Ta Feb. 28. Six men early today
attempted to rob the Traders' bank here
but wero frustrated by a call sent
tho sheriff at Denlson by tho telephone
When Mrs. Edward Quirk, the night
operator, heard the men cutting wires
about twenty feet from tho telephone, she
called up the Denlson sheriff before they
completed their work.
Three charges of explosives were set
off In the walls ot tho vault, but citizens
were aroused by the explosions an
caused the men to leave hastily. The bank
rooms were badly damaged, but no money
HIMSELF TO A RAFTER
HARLAN FARMER HANGS
HAIIUAN. Ia., Feb. S.-(Srclal.)-
Oeorge Arendtsen, a wealthy fanner re
siding in Monroe township, south ot this
city, hanged himself yesterday morning
to a ratter In his barn. Mr. Arendtsen
went to the barn at 9 o'clock In the
morning for the purpose of doing his
chores. "When he didn't return to the
house a search was made and the body
waa found by one ot his sons. A doctor
wns called after tho body was cut down.
but It' was too' lato 'to save his llfe. Thd
deceased leaves a wife and a large family.
Ill health Is supposed to be the cause.
COULD HAVE AVERTED THE
WRECK BY STOPPING SHIP
PHU.ADET.PUIA. Feb. 5.-Captnln Oat
man Uerry of the steamship Nantucket
admitted on the witness stand today In
his trial before the local federal steam
boat Inspector on charge of negligence In
connection with the collision with tho
steamer Monroe that If he had stopped
his ship when he first heard the Monro's
whistle, the disaster, which cost forty-
one lives, migni nave been avoided. "1
supposed ho was .stopped and. that 1
could easily pass him." said Captain
Urnrr Matutalns Hlleucc,
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. M.-Admlral
Dewey adhered to his determination to
make no comment on Admiral Von Died
erlchs account ot the Manila bay Inci
dent, and further1 publication ot the Oer
man admiral's comment today did not
change his attitude.
BOOSTER FOR LOW COST OF LIV
F. W. FX.ODMAN.
chairman of the ticket committee, Gro
cers' Low Cost of Living show, nnd who
wants to Illustrate grocers' methods.
Stores and prices of thirty years ago by
an old fashioned Omaha grocery and a
twentieth century model store In the
forthcoming exposition, April 16-26 at tho
Norris' New Haven
Resolution is Laid
on Table in Senate
WASHINGTON. Feb. 23. Tho Norris
resolution calling on the nttorney gen
eral for Information regarding tho New
Haven dissolution agreement was virtu
ally defeated In tho senate today, being
laid on tho table.
The resolution was tabled, S3 to 23, on
motion of Senator need, democrat, who
attacked It as n reflection on tho attorney
general nnd an Interference with tho re
organization ot the Boston & Maine.
There Is gravo doubt that tho New
Haven's acquisition of tho Boston -S
Mnlne violated tho Sherman law, Sen
ator Lodge declared, urging that U10
Norris resolution bo examined by a coin
mittee and 'not dlsinjaed of In hasty con
Ideration. Ho declared tho acquisition
did not violate tho laws of Massacnu
Senator Lodgo declared Senator Norr'.s
wns wrong in saying tho purchnso of tho
Boston & Maine by tho New Haven w&i
"Tho Boston & Maine Is noti suffering
from a bonded Indebtedness," declared
Senator Lodge. "Tho troublo is tho road
1mA been starved, or, In tho parlanco of
the street, 'skinned.' Nothing has ben
spent on It. I have no doubt It tho road
is put In good hands in two or thrco
years It will be dlvldond paying."
Senator Lodgo asserted that In his
opinion tho nttorney general had no idea.
of protecting anyone from prosecution
and In fact could not.
If the reorganization Is delayed, or
tho Boston & Maine Is thrown into bank
ruptcy, tho communities It serves will bo
Injured further," said Senator Lodge. Ho
snld CI per cent ot Its stockholders were
women, trustees and guardians.
WILL TEST NEVADA'S
k NEW DIVORCE LAW
RENO, Nev Nov. 23. Proceedings to
test the constitutionality of tho Nevada
divorce law, requiring twelve months'
residence, wero taken today, when ap
plication was made to tho supremo court
nt Carson City for n writ of mandate
directed against Judgo Moran of the Bee
ond district for Washoe county to Bhow
cause why ho should not enter an order
taking Jurisdiction in a case based on
seven months' residence. It Is expected
the order will issue for un early hearing,
as the case was begun avowedly as a test
ot tho law. Tho caso is that of Alfred
Worthlngton against Cecelia "Worthing
ton. The defendant resides In Santa Clara
Mrs. K. II. Sntnr.
FAtllUUnV, Nob., Fob. S3.-(SpecIal.)-Mrs.
Kllxabcth P.. Sutor, aged 76 yean,
died at her homo in this city after a brief
Illness of pneumonia. Sho had lived only
a short time In this city and formerly
reside! in Wymore. Her children Include
Mrs. "William Sturms nnd David Sutor of
this city, Mrs. M. J. Vcnchell of Alnia.
Mrs. W. II. Housman of Hebron. Mrs.
Anna Tulip of Shenandoah, Ia and Mrs.
J 1. Harris ot Wymoro.
n!r One "IlllOMO QUININK."
To get the genuine, call for full name,
LAXATIVE BIIOMO QUININE. Look
for signature of E. TV. QltOVE. Cures
Cold In One Day, 2Gc
Judge Youne Is Uend.
riTTaUUnail. Pa., Feb. 2S. Judge
James S. Young of tho United States dis
trict court for tho western district of
Pennsylvania, died suddenly nt his home
If Constipated or
For Sick Headache, Sour Stoniucli,
Sluggish Liver nnd llowels They
work while you sleep.
Get a 10.cent box.
Take . a Caacarct tonight to oloanse
your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and
you will eurely feel gToat by morning.
You men nnd women who have headache,
coated tongue, can't sleep, are bilious,
nervous, upset, bothered with a sick,
gassy, disordered stomach, or have back
ache and feel all worn out. Are you
keeping your bowels clean with Cascar
ets or merely forcing a passageway
every few days with salts, cathartic pills
or caster oil?
Cascarets Immediately cleanse and reg
ulate the stomach, remove tho sour, un
digested and fermenting food and foul
gases; tako tho excess bile from the
liver and carry oft the constipated waste
matter and poison from the Intestines
Itemcmber. a Cascaret tonight will
straighten you out by morning. A 10
cent box from your druggist means
healthy bowel action, a clear head and
cheerfulness tor months. Don't iotget
the children. ,
RATE CUT OF VITAL IMPORT!
eans Saving of $700,000 Each
Year, is Declaration.
AFFECTS INTRASTATE EARNINGS
rnnoseii Cut wonlil uovrr .i-nny
I'lftrrn Icr Cent of Tnnnnitc
nuI Thlrty-HlKtat Ter
Cent of HnrnlnK,
U'S-om a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Keb. .-(Speclat.)-Mem-
bers ot the Hallway commission ot Ne
braska have Indicated 11 desire to cor
rect a misapprehension of the amount of
traffic that will bo affected by general
order No. 19, which they seek to promul
Data In possession ot the commission
shows," says ono member, "that tho ro
ductlon will affect 14.75 per cent of the
Intrastate tonnage and 38 per cent of
tho Intrastate earnings. The reduction
In dollars nnd cents on Intrastate traffic
will amount to approximately $700,000 an
nually. It Is well understood that the
reduction of the state rates will result
In a readjustment of the interstate rates
to a lower basis, ond that the saving
thus effected will amount to several hun
dred thousand dollars. The aggregato ro
ductlon, therefore, will run well over
Jl,0o4,00o annually, which the commission
believes Is far from a trifling or Inslg
George T. Bell, representing tho Sioux
City Commercial club, was In attendance
at tho hcarlng on the rate matter closed
yesterday until March 21, nnd said that
he hnd attended hearings In many of
the states, and hnd also been present at
some of tho Interstate Commerce hear
ings, but tho one before the Nebraska
commission was by far tho most com
iloto nnd Instructive of any ho had at
tended, and ho would noe except the
hearings of tho Intcrstnto Commcrco com
K. J. MoVann of Omaha, representing:
tho Jobbing interests of that city said
thero has never been such ji showing
mode by any commission in the country
ns was tnado at tho hearings Just closed
beforo the Nebraska commission.
AUDITOR CUTS OUT DUNN'S
DAY BY RIDE IN PULLMAN
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 23. (Speclal.)-Consld
erlng that Pullman car seats In tho day
time for a fugitive from Justlco In tho
hands of an officer was a little too ricn
for tho state to stand, the auditor's office
cut out such Items this morning and
finally accepted tho bills for expense!
put In to tho stato by Detective John T,
Dunn of Douglas county for going to
Pueblo and bringing back Tony Clar-
lctta, ono of tho McVcy resort bandits
Tho bill first camo to the O. K.'d by
tho governor, but the auditor In ldoklng
It over discovered tho high-toned manner
In which Tony rodo trom Kansas Citv
to Omaha in a Pullman car In tho day
timo nnd sent tho voucher back to the
governor with a notation In red pencil
to the effect that Tony was not probably
a highbrow and therefore not entitled
"Wo nro willing they should have
good sleep nt night In a Pullman car,'
said Deputy Miner this morning, but in
the daytime a special upholstered beat
In a first-class Pullman, with observation
ani similar privileges, is going Just .1
little too far." Tho bill as allowed
amounted to $93.50 with tho day car Pull
man scats for 52.50 cut out.
AT ORDINARY PRICES
31 KINDS INCLUDING YOURS
Some of the Prices: $4.50; $5.00; $5.50; $6.50;
S7.00; $1.00; $8.50; $9.50; $10.50; $11.00
CERTIFIED Coal inenn.4 more than GUARANTEED Coal.
Every kind ot Sunderland Coal for tho houso Is "Certified"
to bo exactly right In quantity, quality, preparation and deliv
ery; after it is in your possession Sunderland CERTIFIED
Coal is GUARANTEED to give complete satisfaction or your
READ: CERTIFIED Coal is NOT a CERTAIN BRAND or
kind -of coal. CERTIFIED Coal Is a distinguishing designa
tion for ALL of tho kinds we sell. CERTIFIED COAL means
MONEY BACK if not absolutely satisfactory.
PLEASE PHONE Douglas 252 or come to our main office or
to our yard offices.
BUY SUHDERUHD CERTIFIED COAL
"IT'S A SHAME THAT SO
MUCH MONEY IS WASTED
"A Great Pity That People
Buy So Much Worthless
Medicine for Coughs
If You .Could Make the Public
Understand Its Virtues Only
A prominent physician wrote the fore
going; -words to the proprietors ot Mentho
Laxeno he prescribes It to his patients,
he knows tho Ingredients, he has wit
Don't Do It Again this Year!
The new spring models, coming in most
every day, are really, truly elegant
OMAHA'S FASTEST GROWING STORK
That Pyorrhea and loose teeth are the cause of many stomach troubles.
I have a new remedy which is giving excellent results.
J. J, Hill Has Talk
With the President
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25.-Jamcs J. Hill
talked with President Wilson today about
business conditions and said afterwards
that tho outlook for prosperity was bright
and that things Were moving.
Mr. Hill was mentioned recently as a
member of the reserve board, but ad
ministration officials said today that he
was not being considered In that connec
in the Back
Put a steaming hot towel over tho
painful spot for a few moments to
open the pores; then rub with Omega
Oil. Quick relief usually follows this
imph; treatment Trial bottle 10c
nessed its marvelous action, he knows
there aro no opiates In It and wants the
general public to quit squandering mono
on so-called cold and cough "cures."
Jlcntho-Laxene, a pure essence, first
designed only for physicians' use, In con
centrated form is now becoming the most
popular household remedy for Colds,
Coughs, Catarrh. Hoarseness, etc., In ex
istence. Can bo taken puro in 10-drop
doses or mado Into a pint of cough syrup
as per full directions with each bottle.
Buy It from any up-to-date druggist. A
sample bottle mailed to any address upon
receipt ot S cts. In stamps. Tho Black
burn Products Co., Dayton, Ohio.
If you overlooked this store last
year and by so doing bought
clothes, just llko tho general run
of ready-to-wears Instead of
choosing from thoso excluslvo
models made by Sani'l V. Peck
and Stoln-Block and sold exclu
sively by us don't repeat tho
error. Styles and qualities in a
class by themselves nnd prices as
low as common clothes sell for in
less particular stores.
and Outer Garments
USED BY MILLIONS OF MOTHERS
FOR THREE GENERATIONS
Coughs and hoanncm relteTrd. ZSe. 10a and tl M
BunpU Ftm. JUUS Z. BROWS SOT. Bain, Um.
Is Serving a
50c NOONDAY LUNCH
In All Dining Rooms,
Every Day Except Sunday,
ii:3o a. at, to a i co p. u.
$1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner,
0:30 to 8:00 V. M.
THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER.
Now on at
Thursday Night Society Night
BRANDEIS- T. J?,??
A. H. WOODS OFIBSS
THE COMMON LAW
NEXT WEEK Mar. 2, 3 and 4
Special acatlnes Wednesday,
Seats on Sale Thursday
KXAW 6 EBLAHOIJB'D STUFEKDOUS
Prices: 60c. 81.00. $1.60 and 93.00.
SCat.Svsrr Day, 3:15; Evsry Hlg-ht, 8U5.
Tbls Hki ltohnr. Tbtodor Itobrti. Mus
ic! Cuttn. Stuart liirnei. Kennedy and Roonir,
llonc Wrlcht and IUn Dletrlcn. Mirto nd
Duffr and Special Motion I'lcturt. "SoiiaYllU'a
Prla: Matlnta, (illtrr. lOe; baat aaati (eietet
Eat. and run.). Ue: nlchts. 10c. 15c 10c TSa.
CUIITA1X SATURDAY NIGHT
Late comers will not be seated until
the close of the first act.
"Ojuha's run cxnteb."
Dally BCat.. 15-35-BOo
Purposely Booksd for Auto Show Week
OlfTiT BOKO SHOW IN TOWN,
Extravagantly Gorgeous Scenic Trans
formations and Imperial TungO Ballet.
Big Vaudeville Olio; Beauty Chorus o
30 Joy-Rldlng "Crookettcs."
ZAPIgg' DIME MAT. WEEK SATS.
Prices. Box Office
Opsn 75c to 13.00.
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