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be Open on
THOMPSON. BELDEN & CO.
Murder Conspiracy in New York
City that Rival Eoientbal Cats
LURED TO STREET AITD SHOT
In Flgat Aeralast Wowliry Omfcla
Raff M4 rmr Set f Enesales
Crime Catmlaatlna of
Latf Series af Attack.
Canadian Ship Damaged by Broad
id After Tufioni 'Chatfe by
" Huremburg and Leipzig.
KONTCALW C0UX3 TO RESCUE
rnitk War VtwJ Stops Parsatt y
. , Iaflletias; Hart oa tbe Kaiser's
; Cewft Taws Brltlsa 8hl
; . i . : Keqalaaall. . .. , , .
(Copyright. 1014, by rress Publishing Co.)
' VANCOUVER, B. Ct. Nov. .-Bpclal
Cablegram to New Tork World and
Oman Bee.r-After' one., of tho .most
thrtlllp race and i long-rang battles
known on th hlgu seas. In which tha
French cruiser Montcalm, which for aomo
time hu boon cruising tha Pacific, cam
t tha rescue of tha allies, this time tha
llttlo Canadian gunboat, tha Rainbow, tha
Gorman cruiaara Lelpslc and Nuremburg,
again have flrd to parts unknown In the
ractno. ' "
The atory of the hattla between tha four
warnhlp he Just been mad) pubUo
here, theuch, tho pre la not permitted
to publleh the dotalls. owing to the etiiot
anaorahlp also In effect here as well a4
i Th Rainbow aow i tn the dry (look
at Esquimau under orders (or repairs,
with Ha dan iae mure than at, first sup
posed, and Its wounded, said to hare Been
five men. are now recovering 1b a hosplta4
at Victoria. '
Tha Rainbow was ateatrrifig north when
R was met by tha Oerman cruisers, which
gave cbss and battle. The, Rainbow
turned seaward with the k a liar's boats
in full chase, several shots being ex
changed. Tha chase "continued for rnor
than an hour, when tha French cruiser
was sighted and signalled, with the re
sult that before an exchange of several
effective shots, said to have disabled the
IMplc tha pursuers ce up, and the
Montcalm went to the rescue of the dam
aged Rainbow and Its' men. A broadside'
had struck the Canadian navy's 'speedy
craft and had disabled It. and the French
cruiser laid to and towed It north to
tory ef the Battle.
The story of the battle Is related by an
Engllahmana here, who declares that It
la authentic, but refuses to tell who was
his Informant, which Is thought to have
been received from One of the wounded
men In tho hospital who declined to have
hla name revealed.
The chase and battle was several miles
off the Oregon coast.
CHILDREN OF 0. S. .
. PRAISED FOR GIFTS
(Continued from Fag Ona.)
IS HERE, BUT
'i . '
' YOU SHOULD TRY
It tones foe stomach
"-brings back the ap
petite assists diges
tion and assimilation
promotes liver and
bowel activity pre
vents Bloating:, Heart
burn, Indigestion, Bili
ousness and .. Malaria.
C:t i Eotlli This Very Bay
toast, "The King." while Francis Dyke
Acland, under secretary for foreign af
fairs, responded to "The President of the
TJnltod Mates." Lieutenant Commander
Courtney, ' replying to a toast to "The
Christmas Bhlp," said: , '
"The American navy Is 'glad to dis
charge such a mission as this service
which appesls to my heart. Thousands
of little ones at home wish the Jason
Thensaad View Veaael.
John Callan O'Leughlln, representing
200 newspapers 'throughout ths United
(Hates which assisted In collecting the
Christmas Ship's girta, speaking' to tha
toast. 'The Children of America." re
viewed the history of the movement which
made possible the collier playing the role
of Santa Claus to tha children of the
warring 'nations; ' v
During tha dinner .the earl of Beau
champ read thg following telegram from
Lord Kitchener, tha, Pi Utah .secretary of
4riif ..,,,. v.u t .-i-.it'i
, "Fleas expreea an my behalf and that
of tha British arssy our oordlal appre
ciation and . grateful thanks for the kind
thought of tha America, peopla. . Tho
welcome freight the Jason carries will
bring pleasure to tha homes of many of
those whose fathers are awy."
, Jest la fart. . . '
' PrtVONFOHT. ' fiilg., Nov. ' -Vla
London.) The steamer Jason, laden with
toys for children in the belligerent coun
tries front children In the United States,
arrived her today. Tha Jason left New
Tork .November It '. " , '
A flotilla ot British torpedo boat de
atroyera, flying the American ensign, met
the Christina ship and escorted It Into
the harbor. The docking' w.aa delayed
for soma time oa eoccuut, of . the dense
fog. The earl of Beauohamp.' and F. D.
Acland, under secretary ot foreign af
fairs, together With representatives of
the London Board of Trade,, were, on hand
to meet th Jason. - ', i , ;; t
'" Welcome by Bart.'
Tha earl ot Beauohamp extended a wel
come to Lieutenant Commander C. EL
Courtney. IT, S. N.. who Is In charge of
tha ship, and to John Callan CLourhlln,
who represents the K newspapers all
over the United States which assisted In
, collecting the gifts forming the cargo ot
the J aeon. Uarhor craft welcomed the
Christmas ship with . whistles, displaying
at the earn time In Us honor the stare
and stripes and tha flags of the allied
nations. On the pier tha Royal Marine
band played national airs.
Tha unloading; of the toys and other
gifts for English and Belgian children
I began almost Immediately. Thesa are to
1 be distributed through English officials
' a,ud tha members of tha Ajnertcai-Uel-
1 gtan Food commission. .
The Jason had a rough trip, -but it came
through without accident It will leave
here Friday for Marseilles, where the
gifts for French children era to be un
NEW TORK, Nov. 25. The afwaneina
tlrm of Barntt Baft, characterised by
Coroner Felnberg ae the culmination of
the greatest conspiracy since the tnurdor
of Herman Rosenthal, placed a real mur
der mystery In the central office today
The victim, a well-to-do Independent
poultry dealer, was lured to his death by
a decoy menseR given him at o'clock
last night by a young man who entered
his piece of business In Washington mar
ket Two shots fired In the street killed
him. Two men darted to an automobile
waiting nearby and made off.. The car
had not been located, nor the men identi
fied this forenoon. -
Detective, learned that Baft had been
threatened several times with violent
death since he testified for the state In
a trial that sent numbers of. New Tork
Clty'a poultry trust to prison several
year aim. tn the relentless campaign
waited by hl enemies, fires had beeit
lighted, bombs exploded, his horses pois
oned, his son s I tacked and his chain of
stores robbed. One of Ms neighbors eras
killed by a gunman, In mistake. It waa
believed, for Huff. Bsff himself had been
scarred for life by an assault made on
him by a thug armed with a bottle.
The police '. worked on the theory that
Faff had four sets of active enemies.
One of theee confuted of those he made
while warring against the poultry trust
another of members of the gang that
robbed hla Harlem market, five of whom
were sent to Sing Sing. A third grew out
of his differences with certain wholesale
dealers, who charged nff had tricked
them by selling poultry at wholesale and
then underselling them to retailers.
The fourth was of mora recent origin.
Not long ago a number of fowls shipped
xo jnow xork ror other dealers were
aeitea ana condemned Because It wee
charged their crops had been filled with
gravel to add to their weight. As a re
suit 01 mis a numDer or men were
thrown out of work. They are said to
have blamed Baft.
Inspector Faurot announced today thai
detectives were working on the theory
that gunmen had been hired to murder
Baft, aa In the Rosenthal case.
Lyman Aker Takes
First Prize in Stock
LINCOLN, Neb., . a. Tha fol
lowing prise winners wers announced
Monday night st the university farm of
those competing tn the students stock
Judging ronton for floO In prises, held
Saturday, In which fifty men took part:
Lyman Ahar, Harvard, IIS; Louis Rey
nolds, Ashland. Ill; Joha Rloe, Norfolk,
tl!: P. C. Hmlth, Beaver City. 110; . H.
Whlsensnd, Harvard, ; 3. J. Wren, Far
nam. W; J. J. Stuckey, Broken Bow, 17;
L. A. Lath roc, Lincoln. IK; J. B. Shep
herd, Lincoln, ft; R, J. Poeeon, Hayes
Center, 14; P. T. Myers, Hendley. W;
Frank Carver, Cambridge, 12; Sam Cham
berlain, Eeetrkoe; Oeorge Neuawanger,
Greeley, Colo.; A brier Cheetem, Tekamah,
The man with the highest score In cat
tle ludglng was N. P. Ziemann, Benson;
in horses, Lyman Akar, Harvard; in
hogs, P. C. Smith. Beaver City; in sheep.
John Rloe, Norfolk. .'
The teams Into which the men were
divided In groups of five ranked In the
following order: v The. stock judging team
that was to have represented the College
of Agriculture at the International Stock
show; last year's stock judging team of
ths College of Agricudtura, students from
advanced Stock Judging classes, senior
class of tha Piiool of Agriculture, re
serve teim, , dairy team. Junior class of I
the School of Agriculture, sophomore clnss
of the School of, Agriculture and the mis
cellaneous team. '
Aside from the announcement of the
prises, several talks were made. Among
the speakers were Dean E. A. Burnett,
who presided; C. W. Pugsley, A. E. An
derson. H. R. Bradford, J. H. Frandsen
and H. B.- Pier.
The prises twera offered by the Union
Stock Yards company of South Omaha.
Tha contest was under the direction of
Howard Oramllch of the department of
SAMMONS' CASE IS
SENT TO THE JURY
(Continued from Page One.)
CRY 'YIVELA FRANCE'
AS RUSH UPON ENEMY
Fifteen Battalions Charge with Bay
onet at Twenty-fire Batteries'
Play on Trenchei.
TWO ATTACKS TAKE 0.UES5AY
Captare ef Plaee C asts rreaek ,0e
ilea While Loss of 6rM
, le Three Tlaaea that
PARIS, Nov. a The fall of Queens y la
described In a dlspstch from the front as
The humble ivlllage of Quesnay, with
Its ruins standing out like phantoms,
marks the scene of a formidable elssh
which will make the place historic. The
town now Is nothing but a heap of stones
and smoking ruins, in the midst of which
are seen the narrow trenches from which
the Germans leslsted the onslaughts and
which now contain the heroic dead.
"Twenty-five batteries plsyed upon
these trenches, while fifteen battalions
by Echelons charged with bayonet to
mighty chorua of fVlva la France.'
"A formidable fusillade and machine
gun fire stopped the onrush, but halt the
ground had been gained. The next day
the batteries reopened and. tha Infantry
line charged again, this time carrying the
trenches and chaclng the Germane from
the position. Que, nay had. Cost tho French
2,000 men to tako It and the Germans lost
Be Want Ads Produce Results.
Never' Pad a Tooth
: . Till All E 0 Fail
ment and agreed not to talk more than
two and one-half hours. Under that pact
Attorney Sinclair of counsel for ths de
fense took no part In the argument tor
Rammona, and the proaeouting attorneys
curtailed presentation of their side of
Statement by Laa,
A; W. Lane, special' government at
torney, assisting United States District
Attorney F. 8. Howell, opened the ar
gument for the prosecution at 1:80 o'clock
yesterday. Ha outlined the govern
ment's case against Sammons and made
special efforts to prove that Del Smith,
tha confessed accomplice, had told the
truth xogardlng Sammons alleged part In
Ex-Senator Norrls Brown, who formerly
lived at Kearney and has known both
B&mmons and Del Smith alnoe they were
boys, opened the defense argument 'He
scoffed the idea, that It both Sammons and
Smith had been honest and trustworthy
before the robbery, as proved, they
Would both fall under the same tempta
tion at the same time. Senator Brown
olosed his talk at noon.
Tears came to the eyes of the accused
man, whan Senator Brown mentioned
Mammons' mother, who is aged and sick
and unable to attend the trial ot her son.
Oldhaaa Cealades foe- Defease.
"W. D. Oldnaiu of Kearney concluded
for tho defense. lie acecrtcd that there
had been no corroboration of Smith's
testimony and said that It was highly Im
probable. Ho intimated that ha thought
Smith had committed the robbery alone,
and ended with a review of Sammons'
record aa ahorlrf of Buffalo county and as
a soldier in the Philippines, and a plea
for mercy tor his client. Tears were shod
by the wife of the accused man and other
womon In the court room.
Dlktrlct Attorney Howell closed tha
government'a case with arguments In
tended to refute those of ths defense, and
with his assurance to tho Jury .that ha
felt sure It would discharge Its duty
without tear, favor or undue sentiment
Judge Mortis, In giving lengthy In'
struclions to ths Jurors, asserted that he
would see that they got a Thanksgiving
turkey dinner, It It was necessary for
them to deliberate durlnjr the holiday.
He urged them not to 1st their desire to
go home for Thnnksglvlng Interfere with
a just and deliberate consideration of
Dr. Carl A. Graves
LONDON, Nov. 25. A representative of
the foreign office, questioned in the
House of Common today on the state
ment credited to Dr. Carl Armgaard
Graves, who claims to have been In the
service of Great Britain aa a spy, that
he had been entrusted during the autumn
of 1912 with a mlselpn to a foreign coun
try by the foreign office had had any
connection with Dr. Graves at any time.
This applied to either before or after
June 18, 1913, when the matter ot Dr.
Graves' supposed connection with the
British foreign office came up for (lis
ounston In the House of Commons.
Tha case of Dr. Graves, who clalma to
havw been in the secret service of the
British government as a spy, has at
tracted no little attention In England,
since Ms arrest In BMJnburgh In the sum
mer f 1912 at a time when he was sup
posed to have 'been acting as a spy for
Germany. It was after this that he was
thought to have entered the British ser
vice. The matter ef Dr. Oraves connection
with the government has come up in the
House of Commons on more than one
oooasion In the last two years, but today
la the first time the government has
clearly repudiated him. , ..
Ohango of Venue in
Barnes Libel Suit
ALBANY, N.-.T.. Nov. 2a-The eppellate
division today reversed the ruling; of Su
preme Court Justice Chester, wno re
fused a changa of venue for the trial of
tha tSO.OOO libel Suit brought by William
Barnes against Colonel Theodore Roose
velt Colonel Roosevelt sought the change.
The court ordered tha trial to be' held
In Onondaga instead of Albany.
The Roosevelt attorneys claimed that
Mr. Barnes, former chairman of the re
publican stata committee, dominated the
politics of Albany county and that conse
quently a fair trial could not be had
here. The appellate court held - that
'neither party should be compelled to try
the action In the county In which the
other party resided."
Statements attributed to Colonel Roose
velt to the effect that Mr. Barnes' ac
tivities In politics resulted from sn "al
liance between crooked politics and
crooked business," and that there waa a
'bipartisan combination between Uames
and Murphy," were the basis for the
Mrs. W. F. Merrtaea.
J5RADSHAW, Neb., Nov. 2B.-Speclsl.)
The funeral ct Mrs. W. F. Morrison.
Who died Baturday, took place at the
Christian church, of which she waa a
member, yesterday, conducted by W, A.
Baldwin of Lincoln. She was on ot the
I In everv gathering ef dentlata, atate and
national, the. theme that la brought promi
nently before, lne sallitg'tuKe la, that a
tooth ahouid never l extracted until all
elae fails, (iuoi denliata work over a re-
factory tooth tor sis months, using every ... ... . . , .
me poaail.le to eave the tootu la u.e oldeet residents of this vicinity, having
come to Torn county wun ner nusoana
la 1870. taking a homestead three miles
north of this town. She waa the mother
of nine sons and one daughter, the
daughter dying when only eleven months
old. She was a member of the local
chapter of the Eastern Star, under whoe
auspices her burial took place. She leaves
three brothers and ons sister.
owner's mouth. "Once out, always out
is a title but true eaytng. More tenth
eld'n 100k well, are a continual souroe
ot dtftauturartton unclean, uncomfortable
and seed conatajit cere end watchfulnnM.
The routs ot lul tcih become etroih,cd
end cause the outer teeth to fwel l lie lots.
1b.ii corns loose teeth and the train of
teth and mouth troubles that are so well
kriodw. Vv hen you find hard, gritty, tar
tar eubatanues coiectmg around toe guna
aud teeth it is tune for you to have Idem
uiasoJe'ed and removed surely aa the sou
rieoe, wl4 loiiow sore teeth. bieedlilK teeth,
recedinsr gums, loose teeUi aad decay, if
the trouble is uot remdid In time.
AU Usee -can be oorrected by youraelf
If you will but go to your drusD'et aud
get about four ounces of fluid eisnn aii
tut uoralntf. Boon and night elmfly hold
ing a loaauoootui of this liarrolces' Uqitd
in the mouth for a minute or so. ' 1 he
gritty subatanoa will bo dissolved an 4
waehed oat the teeth that are loosened
will l firm and iroig ui toe un., to-
reriiiia- Bums will begin to be normal, be
hum iiature UI alwaa try to be right
end it you wa,h aay tie cawe uie er
ft ia a cure The dirty yellow spots.
II, black on the enamel, will aoon pl
olt &l l:me, over ms-tit and the next
Mining you ae lit your mirror voui
on h)te enamel of toe tenth, core
twth, pyorrt.ooa. facial tooth diaflgure-
lueuu u IH ptettultii. Aaverusetucat-I
AUSTRIANS IRE DEFEATED
NEAR K0LUBA.RA RIVER
PARIS, Nov. 25. A Servian victory In
the fighting with the Austrian Invadsrs
is reported la a dispatch- today t the
Haves agency from Nlah. It Is said that
the Auatrtan columns, which a the night
of November U crossed the Kolubara
river In northwester Kcrvla were put to
rout by the Servians with large losses.
The battle continues, it la said, en a line
from Laaarevats to Mlonltsa, where the
attacks of the Servians caused the Aus-
trlans to fall back.
The Austrlans are said to have lost tOO
prisoners and three machine guns.
Mrs. Ilerssaa Dlsea.
BRADSHAVy, Neb-, Nov. . (Special.)
Mrs. Herinaa Uon died at her country
home six inilss north cf this plsoe this
anoraing. The funeral will be held Thurs
Haraa rioar gtelaitaa,.
HURON. S. D., Nov. (.-(Special)
Huron people are raisin a fund fur tbs
purchased of flour to be sent to Belgium
ss a part of the relief work there. The
campaign wa begua by the Huron Mill
ing company, which - gave 109 sacks of
flour. A good start pea bee made on
the fund, and It Is expected .that Jiurvn
will send a carload of flour. -. - , ' '
Married at Mad lee a.
MADISON. Neb.. Nov. lk Special.)
Mr. Frank Novotny of Meadow Grove
and -Miss Matilda Ambrosa of MadUoa
were married 1 the ooumty court room
Tuesday afternoon. Judge MrDufte of
Marriage lloense was Issued ta Brail
J ana an and Miss Amanda Dreessen, both
Sadie Harding and William A. Saint
both of Red Oak. la., were married by
Rev. Charles W. Savtdge at hi study.
Pear Parade Vy t'hlldrea.
MASON CITY. Ia. Nov. .-( Special
Telegram-V Tanty-four hundred echoo
children inarched in a peace parade to
day. Ths sun of t2 was contributed to
VfASHINQTON. D. C. Nov. Z5. (Special
Telegram.) Bert Schroeder wss appointed
postmaeter at, Krnerv. Hansen county
8. D.. vice w. N. wrlKht.
The comptroller of the currency has ap
proved the appi cation or tne rouowinsr
leraons to organise tne f irst Nations
ank of Snnt AnftKer. Is., capital S23.000
A. N. Lund. T. HA Hume. T. A. Orottl
I. B. Carlson and G. M. Brown.
hile Sends Warship
to Capture Alleged
Grman Naval Base
VALPARAISO. Chlls. , Nov.. i In pur
suance of Its announced intention of en
forcing strict neutrality, the Chilean gov
emment todey dispatched the destroyers,
Caottsl Merino, Tsrpa and Capltan
O'Brien, to th Juan Femandet Islands,
Chilean popseeelons. 400 miles off the
coast Th warships sailed under sealed
The authorities at tho port of Antofa-
gasta removed vital part of the enslne
of the German steamer Ksrnack, not
withstanding the promise of the German
minister that Oerman steamers would
not leave Chilean porta.
An official statement of the Chilean
maritime authorities yesterday ssid It hsd
been proved that German warships had
violated the neutrality of Chile by stay
ing for several days In the Juan 1'eman-
des Islands. .
FOREST FIRES NEAR
' LITTLE ROCK SUBSIDE
LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Nov. a.-Forent
fires that have approached aa close
as two miles of the east section of this
city, subsided somewhat today and with
no wind to spread thorn fear for the
safety of the city wss allayed. Great
black clouds of smoke, however, hovered
.Tver the city and lights were burning In
buildings. Conditions In other parts of
the fire swept area were reported un
aro Absolutely Protect
ed under the trustee
ship of the Peters Trust
Every detail will havo
the prompt, careful at
tention of an organiza
tion tlint is well equip
ped for this purpose
and that is thoroughly
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. Nicoll's clothes depend
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Coffee Eiokans, Will Reopea.
NEW TORK. Nov. ti The Coffee ex
change will reopen on Monday. Novem
ber 10. Thle announcement was made
today following a special meeting of the
board of managera.
Such a stylish, dressy little doll you never saw her
equal she has a pink
dress, pink shoes, pink
hat, pink cheeks. She's
just a little pink dream,
and sweet enough to eat
Knell will be given
Tree to the little girt
uader IS years of a,
that brings or sasila ns
th largest number of
doll's pictures out out of
the Daily and Sunday
Bee. before 4 p. nv, attu-
. day. Kovember 88. .
Her picture will be in
The Bee every day this
week. Cut them all out
and ask your friends to
save the pictures . in
their paper for you, too.
See how many pictures
of Lucile you can get,
and be sure to turn them
in to The Bee office be
fore 4 p. m., Saturday,
If you don't win thla Dollle.
perhaps' you can get one next
week.- ' Only one doll will b'j
given to any one' person.
' f!4L " " 1
' I . l-.V ' T
If "liaM tat ' ''"'"' lakkss"
You can see
Store, at 16 th and
- Farnam Sts;
. &at Time Today Every Xoor
' TYmoira rowu
tn th ramon Society Drama -
TOHoaaow-"Tmm cracxrs majt."
e SoEii Sends
His Soldiers and
BMUDEIS T0D" KS-S
Matgaiaasaess and rrtdar Evenint
H.EiV.?l?J!i If Uverybody's ravoritev
ITCHCOCsU "Tha Baauty Shop"
Mat., BOe-Sl-Sl.SO; Bvenlftffs, 60e to 2.
Saturday Buid,. Kov. 28-29 "52
Ta Oreatest of All Musical Comedies,
UAiV PAKKV Dollar Mat. Saturday I
nHnAi ran a i nvecings, ao to io.
To ths Hot Springs of Arkansas, for ths Relief and Care of
Eheumatitffl ss. Blood Disorders
(See List Below.)
The great Army and Navy Hospital
located here, reports ninety per cent of
ita patients as being returned to duty.
This is a fair Indication or the certainty
of cure or relief that sufferers may sx-
Uny year ago, when Tnomaa Jef
rerson was freeiJent, the V. 8. Govern
ment awakened to the fact that the Hot
Springe of Arkaneae was the most valu
able aat la America tor the curing of
human alimenta o all of these springs
were st eaide and became a park re
rrve. undr the direct control and sup
srvlalon of the OovernmenL
It la beyond comprehension th thou
aanda upon thouaauua u( lives that have
ainos been aaved tn rough th healing
powar of theaa apriass.
The waters are eo Utarged with radium
known technically as ladio-actlvlty
that they aooompllah reeulia In th cur
of disease that would under other treat
nnent be considered Impcseibte.
. Th ailmenta that tuoet readily ykild
to theae baths are Kheumattaiu. Gout.
K aura la-la, Malaria. ixco motor Ataaia
(earlier atagaek. bria-ht s L'isease (when
at too far advaaedi. IJver end Bladder
troublee. Catarrhal trouble. Kkta and
blood dleeaoea. trouble peculiar t w
men. aad other trouUee of a nature kin
drvd to those bo mentioned.
. Kecarding theae sprlnca.aa America's
!realft gift to the m k. the Govrnmnt
as nevec alloaed them ta be exploited
ir private aiu. The prices charted (or
the hatha are etrtctly rrgulatrd hotel
Chart re are eitremcly low end every
CfmaiaereOow te afforded to the vial tor,
.Th city of Uot bprluss la e of the
most delightful resorts to be found any
where In th world, and its vialtors are
by no mcsns confined to I hone seeking
' The beat of hotel aceer.tmodattonS. Ideal
climate the year around. ilturesque
mountain sornery with drives made beau-
tmir By t'. n. expnrt engineers, all Con
tribute to make this th Meal resort of
America , . . ..
bplniUld focllltlee for all outdoor aporta,
excellent trnnls courin, one of the (meat
is-hole golf couraea In Amerwa, Pes Ball
Parks, eta lively with th gaiety of
ihouaanda of vlatiora trnm all tnirie e(
the countrj Hot Springs offer s rest,
comfort, enjoyment and health.
Write for Information, handsomely Il
lustrated eouvenlr booklets, Uovernment
reports, and other iutereallng and veiu
Cut out the coupon and mall It today.
ton THEATER Tel. Bouelas 1I1S
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MatUsss Thankagtving and Saturday
tva UfcU-toiLLEk lharles
And Associate Flayer ta'
rrloe SSo and 600.
last rsrfermaaee Baturday Bight.
Toal4-ht, Matlaeea Tnaa, Thur. and Sat.
MB. EDWARD LTSCH
MISS HEX.KBI TKI1DI
TBB WOOSWaSO STOCK OO.
MTKE LITTLEST REBEL"
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Bights. 85o aad Soo.
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Ireland, Ralph Rlokus, Nelna Cat to. Al
pine I'our and Beauty Chorus of Dreams.
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Brlses Slvea Patron X very Bight,
Mr. Ceo. R. Balding.
fteo'y Buaineaa Men's League. Hot
Plttaae rend, without roet or obliga
tion on my part, full Information and
V. . fiovernment reporta and recom
tnendattnns resardlng Hot Pprlnga
Arkansas. Hoieia. tihs. Trices, etc.
OMAHA'S $100,000 SPEEDWAY
Owing to the ExeeUeat Service ef Bradford-Kennedy lumber Company
WILL TliiiB-erf tw ftlssaw O ft Thanksgiving
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PROGRAM 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
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AUTO'S OKI VIS INTO CaCtV TC OP ARENA
admission 01.00 :r.ic,r.?,.
Torpin's Dancing Academy 28th and Farnam Sis.
New class for beginner Monday and Thursday, t p. m. Advanoad class
Tuesdays, p. m. LXo-dat eauoe are taaaardiaed aad easy to Uarn
rrlvat &Mag Sally. iLaJUIBT tiM.
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