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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY (i, 1914-
Price Reduction Sale of
The finest Millinery iiv Oninha more thnn
two hundred beautiful new Trimmed Hats
within the last five days have been added to
'our enormous stock. All will bo on sale.
You know the genuine benuty and quality of
Thompson-Belden Hats. You should surely
. attend this sale tomorrow. Hero are the re
$7.50 to $8.75 values $5.00
$10.00 to $12.75 values $8.75
$13.75 to $15.00 values $10.00
$16.50 to $20.00 values $15.00
$25.00 to $35.00 values $21.75
Gauze Vests at IZVsC
Gauze Union Suits, an extra
good quality . ..39J
White Lisle Bloomers, "Wed
nesday. . . ,$1 and $1.50
, HOWARD AMD SIXTEENTH ATRCKTS
I laken from Mine
ECCL.EB, W. Va.,-"May E-The body of
freeman Uncvllle, nn Jnouranco ngetit
ot Charleston. W. Va., who went Into
Mlno No. 5. a few minute befofo the ex
ploelon that" claimed' 17? llvci, which oc
curred laat Tuesday, wha recovered to
day. The Identification was made by a
Masonic rlns he woTe.
9Ire Louisa Cobnrn.
TOUK. Jfeb., May 6. (Special.) Mrs.
txulaa Coburh died at the home ot her
daughter, Mrs.. J. I Hedge,. In this city
Bunday morning. She wai 65 yeara of
age. Her home wae In Dradshaw, and
ahe was stricken while on a visit to her
John It. Mtller
YORK, Neu.,May 5.-8peclal.)Word
ha been received here of tho death of
John I Miller, who died at Hot Springs,
WM Toilers Need
Hud .working men need nutritious food
it should alio be appetizing. One
thlntf the housewife should remember
is that by actual test.
contains far more nutrition than meat
Faust Spaghetti makes a substantial and
savory meal. You can make S whole
family dinner from a ten-cent package.
vyrite for recipe boon it s tree.
Be and! Oc packages.
St, Lout. Mo.
MM HOME JV)NGJ-JACRH ffl&f-UOVE flflNGT
Song Bo ok Coupon
PRESENTED BY THE
OMAHA BEE, May 6 If
' AS EXPLAINED BELOW-
SEVEN SOMG BOOKS IN OA1E
ISIX OF THESE COUPONS!
Entitle the bearer to a ebotee ol ettber el
tbe beautiful song books described below
when ccomnl by Uta hhmi amount let eppotlta the itjla mUcWJ, vMck
cotws tka Htm of tka cot of packing. upru from tho t actory, chackiaf , dark
hire, and other mcuiut upwu llama.
"SONGS TIIAT NEVER GROW OLD" -ILLUSTRATED
A grand collection of all the old
with the utmoit -care by the most
a rare galaxy ol 09 wonderlul portraits ol the world a greatest vocal artists, fe
many In favorite roitumec. Thli him book rontilnft imiii of Home and T.ovei Patriotic. S
fiaertdiabd CoUctt obel Operatic and
is ONE vahusa. Prcaent SIX coupon to
7orC for the beautiful heavy English
W atroaslr iKaawwd Uu bMr cloth
MAIL ORDERS Either book by pared pott,
10 ccota iso to joo mile 1 fcr greater dittanees
Special Sale of
Long White Silk
Gloves at 79c
16-button length whito silk
gloves, just the right weight
to wear on warm days.
Paris point embroidery. On
sale Wednesday, py g
at, pair J Q
Ark, He was a resident of xork twclvo
Mra. J. E. Lund.
, ORBSHAJd. Neb., May 8.-Mr, J. E.
(Luncl, a pioneer .homesteader In this VI
Clnlty, died Saturday evening at the ago
of 73 years.
DAVENPORT AXLE COMPANY
WINS BIG DAMAGE SUIT
DAVENPORT, la.. May 8.-A "suit for
1)00,000 for alleged Infringement of pat
ents on steel underframes for cars,
brought by the Pressed Steel Car com.
pany and the Guaranty Trust company
of Ney Xork against the riettendort
Axle company of Davenport, was doclded
today In favor of the Bettendorf com
pany by Judgo Smith Mcpherson In the
United States district court.
makes life miserable. Dr. King's New
Ufa nils regulates your bowels and re
lieves the engorged liver. 25c. All drug
favorite songs compiled and selected T
competent authorities, illustrated withX
National soon SEVEN complata on books 5
show you arc reader of (hit paper and
cloth binding; paperbindtac, 49 cent. '
bindmr, a It la a book thai wUI laat f orevar. '
include EXTRA 7 ecnta within iu mllet; '
ask poitmaiter amount to include (or s lb.
M'ADOO TDRHSOMAHA DOWN
Secretary Maintains Lordly Attitude
to Objecting Delegation.
HITCHCOCK'S COMPLIMENT LOST
Telia Nrbrnaknna There la No Dealrr
Jo t'linnRr C'nrrrnt of Trnile 1y
liavnllitK llriclonnl llnnk Cen
ter ill Knnini (.11 .
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, May S.-(Speelal Tele
gram.) With every member of the Ne
braska delegation present tills morning,
with the lono exception of Representative
Magulre, who Iihs shown no Intcrcit
whatsoever In having a reconsideration of
the regional rcrerve bank location In tho
Tenth regional district, and with tho rep
resentatives In congress from Wyoming
upon the scene, Secretary McAdoo met
for tho first time these congressional
delegations from the slates nnmcd In op
position In the location ot Kansas City
as the capital ot the Tenth regional dis
trict In addition to the representatives from
Nebraska and Wyoming there wero
present Luther Drake, president of the
Merchants National bank unci O. W.
Wattles, president of the United States
National bank and also president of tha
street railway company of Omaha. Tho
last two named gentlemen were Invited
to participate In tho meeting In the of
fice of tho secretary ot the treasury by
reason of their large experience In tho
banking world In tho west.
Secretary McAdoo showed thai his
mind had been fully made up with rela
tion to the aholco of tho twelve regional
hank locations, and that ho, for one,
would not bo a party to any reconsider
ation tending to chango the work ot the
organization committee of tho federal re
Mnnner Uxtrcmeiy nr.aaqae.
Ills manner at times, as noticed
by those present, was curtnes Itself, and
ho Insisted upon breaking Into tho state
ments mado by tho representatives ot
Nebraska and Wyoming In a most un
seemly manner to say tho least. One
of the mildest mannered men In con
gress remarked after the hearing: "It
Secretary McAdoo docs not allow his
wlfo-tlint-ls-to-lie any better chanco to
present her views upon household mat
tcrs than ho gave tho Nebraska delega
tions ho had better nut get married."
Senator Hitchcock, as sejilor of the
delegation. Introduced the matter ot the
call by stating that he rccdgnlzed that
tho board composed of Messrs. McAdoo,
Houston nnd John Skelton Williams, had
not tho right ot review, but he Intimated
to Secretury McAdoo that tho right of
review would rest with tho board as
finally mado up, He paid a compliment
to Mr. McAdoo by stating that ho had
been the power undoubtedly In the se
lection of regional cities- and that he
would probably bo the "governor gen
eral" of the federal reserve bourd when
flnnlly named by the president.
At tho tlmo this statement was mado
Senator Hitchcock was not ndvfscd that
nichard Olney, former aecrctnry of state
In President Cleveland's cabinet, had been
tendered the position ot governor of tho
board and that his acceptance was llkoly.
AsUa for Nelrnskn'N Kick.
Secretary McAdoo abruptly pushed
asldo the compliment given him by Ben-;
ator Hitchcock by saying that ho wbuld
not be tho head of the loaorai reserve
board and then,; he got right down to
brass tacks" oy wanting to Know wnat
the Nebraskami "had to kick on. any
how," or words to that effect.
Senator Hitchcock voiced tno odjoc-
tlon of Nchraska as well as tnai 01
wmmlne when he said tho banking Inter
ests of tho states named protested against
being put Into the Konsa city district;
that their business relations wero with
Chicago as against Kansas City and that
nny other arrangement except nn ar
rangement whereby Omaha would have
been mado a regional bank center was
wholly unsatisfactory and unsuitable to
tho community's requirements,
Ph views of tho senior sentuur ro
strengthened with variations aa nppllca
hi t tho case ot particular localities
i r-nmrressrrien I.obock. Stephens, Sloan,
Klnkaid, Senator riorris u
Drake on behalf of tho banking Inter
Nebraska and Mr. Wattles.
hacked up by tho ontlro Wyoming delega-
.1 rnlt nK Ot Senator warren nnu
Clark and Congressman rran . mun
Vlf . .a m r
Thrnunhout 1110 Hearing octrciuij mv
Artnn failed notably to display any great
nets of mind or perspn, but, on the con-
imrv, seemed peeved, .una as one won-
gressman expressed It, took a "hlghty
frghty; $lgh and mglty" Position hardly
uatlfled by tho cnaractcr 01 mo men
composing the .deJeBatl0"8 or of tho se-
rlous Importance or the suoject at nunu
No Clmnoo. tor t,nnne.
The. secretary, howqver. Intimated that
there was no disposition to chango. the
current ot trade from east and west to
north and south, as has been predicted
would be done In tho selection ot Kansas
City a the capital of the Tenth reserve
district. Ho said. In substance, mat ne
did not see how tho whole thing could
have been done differently fiom what It
Was and attempted to assure the delega
tions that the arrangement would not
hurt anybody, for, he said, It made no
difference where the reserve was kept,
as that city would only be a discount
hunk for the territory Interested. How
ever.' he assured them a respectful hear
Ing before the Federal Heserve bpard.
when completed, If they delred to pre
sent their objections to that body.
Annuities for Santera.
Representative Dan V. Stephens was
greatly elated today over the passage ot
his bill In the house granting the re
storation ot annuities tor the Santee
Sioux Indians In Knox county, Nebraska,
and giving them tho right to go to the
court of claims. For sixteen years or
more a bill ot this character has been
pending In one or other house of con
gress until It had almost become moth
A long time ago the late Congressman
Latta, who represented the Third district
of Nebraska, succeeded In getting a bill
ot similar charaoter passed In both
houses of cpngress, but It tailed In con
ference because of the Inability of at
torneys to agree upon the fees that should
bo paid in the settlement ot the claims.
Now, after a number of yeara, Mr.
Stephens sees light ahead, as he expects
Senator Clapp, a member .of tho Indian
affairs committee, and also Senator
Hitchcock, to take a lively interest In
getting his bill through the .senate, the
understanding to be that there Is no re-!
strtcUon whatsoever on tha attorneys' J
fee In the bill -which passed today, alt 1
parties In Interest agreeing' absolutely to '
the terms of the measure. '
Should the court of claims deids In
favor of theae Indians they wilt receive
A motion br attorneys of the Hoard of j
Supervisors of Dakota county to dismiss
an Injunction suit against them, filed by
farmers wh6 wish to prevent ditches and
drainage district No. 2 from being con
structed across their land, was denied by
Chief Justice White of the supreme court
H. W. O'Neill and Cornelius K. Hoffer
nan are seeking the Injunction on the
ground that the proposed ditches will In
jure their lands and cause part of them
to be overflowed by the proposed diver
sion of the water of Hlk creek Into Jnok
son lake. The district couht and later
tho Nebraska supremo court dismissed
the temporary Injunction. Under tho or
der of Chief Justice White today the caso
will be tried on Its merits In tho supreme
court, which will probably be reached In
Inroinr Tax I'rnnJtlea,
Congressman Lobeck tooay had another
conferenco with Secretary of tho Treasury
MCAfloo on tho subject of the penalties
Imposed upon thoso who failed to file
their reports under the now Incomo tax
law within tho time specified. Mr.
beck pointed out that 150 penalty upon
corporations and 110 upon Individuals.
none of them profiting In any way by
falluro to flic within time limit, seemed .
onerous and unfair, and called attention
to the fact that two years ago the as
sessment In dofault of filing In time was,
whero no profit had accrued to either cor
porations or Individuals, but 110. There
upon Secretary McAdoo requested Mr.
Lobeck to submit an argument of the
case to the first assistant of the treasury,
Mr. Hamlin, stating the facts mentioned,
and this Mr. Ixibeck promptly did later
In the day. It Is understood a decision
will bo made by the department at an
Visitors In Washington.
F. B. Knapp, vice president of the First
National bank of Fremont, and Mrs.
Knapp arrived In Washington today and
are the house guests of Representative
and Mrs. Dan Stephens. They will re
main several days, and then go to New
York and other eastern cities continuing
their short vacation before returning
C, Rooncy of Fisher A Rooney, Chad
ron, Is In Washington on business before
the Interior department-
PLEA OF MAAS TO
JOIN AGAINST U.S.
SPURNED BY VILLA
(Continued from Page One.)
ner In which you have excited internal
troubles and then called on all Mexicans
to help fight rlie external troubles, Is
clonr to all tho world.
Didn't Show WU1I0111.
"Qenerul Huerta and you did not show
much wisdom when you wero converted
into Instruments of tho Clentlflccs and
brought about the assassination ot Presi
dent Madero, Vlco President Pino Snare
ond some other liberal democrats because
you did not ronllze that tho blood of th-s
heroes who started the democratic move
ment In 1912 would causo a civil war
which would lead to your ruin.
"Now you desire to provoke a foreign
war to savo yourselves from tho disaster
coming from tho civil conflict. You show
even loss wisdom when you pile up moun
tains of machinations and Ilea which will
crumble about your ears.
"You havo sought to mako this union
between yourselves and tho constitutional
ists, who are Uhdcr arms, and with tho
protoxt of a foreign war you seek to arm
many Mexicans whoso sympathies aro
r;ot with you, but whose patriotism ex
pect to exploit, without reflecting that
you aro about to arm a people who In
justlco would chastlso your crime. ThestJ
same people, when they discover you are
an assassin of democracy, you seek to
win over by starting u war against a
foreign nation to servo your personal In
terest and those of your party.
A .Stupid Anaertlon,
"It will scon be proved that tho satanla
declarations which you traitors to the
fatherland havo made In stating that wo
have formed a union with tho North
Americana Is a stupid assertion which
will cost you your existence and bring
to your families an eternal shame.
'The constitutionalists have tho deslro
to do all possible compatible with tho
national dignity to avoid a foreign war,
but If we are not able to avoid It, wd
will face two enemies, the powerful
stranger and tho depraved compatriots.
"For constltutlonnnd reform.
RUNS AMUCK WITH GUN;
TWO DEAD. ONE INJURED
, HAYDEN, Colo., May 5 Two men
were killed and one wounded today when
James Oldham ran amuck with a shot
gun. For two yoars efforts had been made
to hava Oldham committed to the state
asylum for tho Insane on a charge that
he waa mentally defective.
He became enraged today, secured a
shotgun and before he was overpowered
and disarmed Charles and Cliff Fulton
had been killed and Samuel Llghthlser
ADVANCES J'ANAMA PACT
. rOGOTA. Colombia, May 5. Tne
treaty between Colombia and the United
States, settling tho long standing dispute
oer Panama, passed Its first reading In
the Colombian senate "today.
Individuality? Yes, Sir!
Popular Prices, Too
You can't equal our
quality, at the price, iu
Omaha. Most partic
ular dressers have
bought here for years
TO THE CAPITAL
(Continued from Page One.)
crnor of Pucbla requesting their release.
Filing continues dally at Tamplco be
tween constitutionalists and federal
forces, according to a report transmitted
from Admiral Mayo by Admiral Badger
today. Heavy guns were heard yesterday
Admiral Badger also reports that he Is
forming a special service squadron under
Admiral Winslow. He did not indicate
what ships would be cmpjoyed for this
purpose. Tho Tacoma and the Dcs
Moines, It was stated, would remain un
der Admiral Mayo at Tamplco for the
Morr Troops Hmlinrk.
GALVESTON, Tex., May 6. The Gal
veston water front Is humming woth
preparations to embark more troops for
Mexico. Just when the order will come
Is not known at headquarters, but In
structions have been given to the quar
termaster's department to have the
transp'orts loaded with supplies and ready
for salting by Friday.
General Davis, in command of the Sec
ond division of the army at Texas City,
has two brigades the Fourth and Sixth-
ready at the buglo call to break camp
and sail for Vera Cms. Secretary Garri
son has not designated which of these
Infantry organization will bo sent to rc
lnforco Brigadier General Funston.
The four transports, the Meade, Sum
ner, McClellan and Kllpatrlck, scarcely
had swung alongside their piers after
their trip from Vera Cruz when scores
of cleaners were put to work, putting
them In condition to take on moro troops.
Rolls of mosquito netting also will be
taken 'to Vera Cruz to be used In keeping
off the fever breeding mosquttos after
Tho army aeroplanes have been boxed
and will be sent to Vera Cruz on the
O'ShnnKlinesKy'M nnirnjnKe Stolen.
NEW ORLEANS, La., May 6Mexl
cans did not oven except Nelson
O'Shaughnessy, former American charge
at Mexico City, In preying on American
property after tho fall of Vera Cruz.
Nearly all of the baggage ot Mr. and
Mrs. O'Shaughnessy was stolen from the
special train Hucrta provided for the
charge and his party to transport them
to Vera Cruz after he had been handed
REUS TOLD TO STAY AWAY
Sontli Auierlcnn Diploma la Wlth
lrn vrlnvltntlon to Name Anentr
WASHINGTON, May 4.-arnoral Car
ranza and the constitutionalists today
were practically eliminated from pro
ceedings ot the three South American
envoys who have undertaken to solvo
the Mexican problem by diplomacy.
In a telegram to Ueneral Carranza, the
mediators announced that In view of his
refusal to agree to an armistice wltn
General Hucrta, they withdrew their In
vitation to him to send a personal repre
sentative to participate in the mediation
Tho mediators told the constitutionalist
that as long as he maintained his pres
ent attitude they must decline to treat
with him. General Carranza had In
quired in a nolo to the envoys what
subjects a special representative might
be required to discuss, pointing out that
If the general problem, of pacifying Mex
ico wero to bo approached he could not
authorize nny one to participate In tho
Ilia Mediation Limit. '
H reiterated that he would consent to'
mediation only on the Incidents which
had brought about a controversy "be
tween the United States and Mexico?"
holding that he was the constitutionally
chosen leader to whom complaint about
the Insult at Tamplco and other offenses'
originally should havo been made.
In their telegram tonight tho mediators
quoted Carranza's last note to them, add
ing that as long as he maintained that
attitude they must decline to receive
a representative from him as they could
not separate the Incidents at Tamplco
and elsewhere, which had brought about
friction between Mexico and tho United
States, from tho general subject of paci
TWO GIRLS HURT IN
AUTO UPSET AT LEWIS
LEWIS. la., May 5.-(Spcclal.) Two
plrls were seriously Injured when an
automobile belonging to Lyman Warren,
driven by Glee Lin, turned turtle. Miss
Line. In company 'vlth seven girl friends
and Harry Allyn, were riding over the
town during the noon hour, when sho
WORTH TO $25.00,
attempted to turn a corner at a high rate
of speed. The car turned over once and a
half and pinned to of the girls under
the debris. A crowd assembled and In a
short time the car was removed and the
girls picked up and a doctor summoned.
Maggie Kills Is suffering from an In
jured spine and Madgo Buokhatter had a
very deep gash In her chin. The occu
pants wero all high school pupils and all
suffered from biulses. The cur was a
Are Near Break
TBRKE HAUTE. lnd May S.-The re
lations between the operators and the
miners of District No. 11 wero near tho
breaking point when the joint convention
was resumed today to hear tho report of
tho Joint scale committee. The afternoon
session of the convention was marked by
heated debates and warm repartee. Dele
gate O'Lnughlln accused tho operators of
belli ga "bunch of rogues" and said.
"If you operators want a good old
fashioned strike you can have It."
Secretary Phil Pcnna of the operators
"If you miners are looking for a strike
you can have It now. We are ready."
It appeared there would be a break In
INDIANAPOLIS, May 6.-Coal miners
of the Kanawha district ot West Vir
ginia were ordered today to return to
work and continue the operations ot tho
mines until cither a new contract was
signed or negotiations with the operators
were severed. This action was taken by
the International executive board of the
United Mlno Workers of America, which
Is In session here, after it had heard
from the West Virginia field.
THIS DRUG STORE
'Prescripto" Drug Co., Takes
Over Old Merchants Drug
An Energetic Incorporation of
Widely Known and Admit
edly Able Business Men.
The Southwest Corner of 16th and How
ard Sts. bids fair to be an exceedingly
'lively" corner now; a change ot admin
istration coming up over night having
made it so.
What was formerly known as Tne Mer
chants' Drug Store has now Deen taken
over by tho "Prescripto" Drug Company,
an Incorporation made up of business men
amply prepared to make this newer ven
ture a "go."
E. W. Gettcn, widely known as Ne
braska and Black Hills representative of
The Ilothenberg & Schloss Cigar Co. of
Kansas City, Is president of the ".Pre
scripto," while D. J. Klllcn of Beatrice,
president ot tho State Board of Phar
macy, Is elected for vice president. A. S.
Gillette,- secretary and 'treasurer, Is also
popular among 'the drug' fraternity, hav
ing served for a number of years as road
representative for tho Hochschlld & Kel
tcr Co. ot Chicago, a large drug sundry
The "Prescripto," while replete with
every modern department demanded by
a drug store, will still be a drug store
primarily; that is, tho foundation of the
business must be laid on the salo ot drugs
and the making of prescriptions.
"Safety First" Is the slogan adopted
for the "Prescripto," It being Intended
to Impress the public that prescriptions
will be filled here exactly as the physi
cian orrteis them, with correctly ad
justed drugs and chemicals; yet at a price
that must be voted popular.
"SEUVICE" the customer first and al
ways, and u "thank you," whether his
purchase amounts to a nickle or a dollar,
will 'be rigidly Insisted on here. In fact.
the board ot dlrcbtors -will hold meetings
at Intervals to eje that this service Idea
Is carried out.
Tho store will remain closed for the
remainder ot tho week, thus giving the
new management ample time to shape
store, stock and fixtures to their liking.
Numerous newspaper announcements,
however, will keep the public in touch
with every move made by the "Pre
scripto." Remember It's, no longer the Merchants
Drug Store. but the "Prescripto"
"Safety First" a drug store that will be
a drug store basically, even though the
modern drug establishment must havo
sodas, lunches, cigars, candles and the
Watch the "Prescripto."
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1 -1 a mi 1 itn m - -
The Crossett Doctor
Shoe brings relief to
When the arch falls
it is forced to support
the body while itself
leaning over to one
The pain that results
sometimes extends to
the ankle, knee and
hip and is often thought
to be caused by rheu
matism. The Crossett "Doc
tor" Shoe is specially
constructed to bring
It relieves the strain
on the arch "coaxes"
the arch back into cor
rect position supports
every bone in the foot.
Ask your doctor to
Support! every bone in the foot
If you can't get this shoe
write us. We'll see that you are
supplied tli rough your nearest
LEWIS A. CrtOSSETT, Ine, Mmttrs
North Ablngton, Mass.
13 AND filbert Streets.
z Minutes from pertNaifLVArilA
anO PHILADELPHIA & READING
TERMINALS NEAR TO EVERYWHERE.
$2 QP artels ttpr.
Popular Cafe, Grill
jjj JAMEvS C.WALSH. Tknaaer
USi m' 1 uirjgi.iiyTiwiittii'tfii.iai'rftniaiirJff'jjrd
THE OMAHA BEE-
THF HOME PAPER .
Tfieosopfiical Society Lectures
ByL.W. Rogers of New York
Wed., May 6, 8 P. M.
"Do Wo Survive Dentil?"
Thtirs., May 7, 8 I'. M.
"Tho Invisible World."
Frl., May 8, 8 P. M.
Sat., May 0. 8 P. M.
Sun., May 10, 8 P. M.
"The Evolution of the Sou!."
At Paxton Hotel
Mat. ET.ry Day, aiX8 Evsrr WUfht. 8:18
..t. Vk .Bth 80040. Ytu. John &
Mm lhirke. Bhlrll nt A Oraptor. Smith. Cools
,' Dnind.n. Ktllow, W.trcmt I Wtlcorat
- u.ii(Jt iwu . ecu scan (ex
erpt Baiurdir and 8un4y)( a?, Kichta. Vt.
Mat. ana Evening', Thuriaay, May 7
.Mr. anil Mrs. Vernon Castle
Houia, Raw York, accompaaUa by
TJuropa'a Pamoua Tango Orebtitra.
Prlcaai 75c, 81.00, 81.50 ana ta.00
Bat Bala Wow On
Beauty, Youth & Folly BESSfe
With TOM McItAK a "SMOKE." In th
two-act traveaty. "The Blue Rose."
Great casL Base Ball Carnival and
No performance Saturday nlsht.
SaaUi' Pima Mat. Waak Day.
Wednesday Evening;, May 6th
German Theatre Co. Chicago, presents
DER DUNKLE PUNKT
Kadelburs-a Jamoua Conversational
v. . - Comedy
Price. 76c, 50c, 25c Box Seata It 00
Seat Sala W.dntsday. Mjr . All Day.
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