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VOL. XLIV NO. 31.
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ENTIRE WEST IS
TIED UP IN BAD
., BLIZZARD'S GRIP
Business of Omaha All Tied Up and
Railroads to the West Have Hard
Time Keeping to Their
SNOW ALL OVER THE WEST
Street Can of Omaha Are Contin
ually Blocked by the Heavy
Fall of Snow.
CLOSE IN EVENING
AH of Nebraska, most or lowa,
Dakota. "Wyoming and Colorado for sev
eral hours yesterday were In the grip
of the won't snowstorm and blizzard of
the season. The storm started some
where up in Wyoming at an early hour
Saturday morning and worked Us way
southeast, reaching Omaha shortly after
9 o'clock, rrom that hour until late last
night It held Omaha In a pretty firm
grip, nearly causing a cessation of busi
ness. All yesterday the stores of the city
were, almost deserted and the people
who make' up the, usual Saturday crowds
remained at home. Instead of remaining
open until o'clock, as is the Saturday
night rule, the big stores closed at ;
and an hour later the streets were de
serted except as some lone pedestrian
hurried along seeking a place of shelter.
While the leather was not as cold aa
it ha frequently been during bad storms,
there was a strong wind, making it seem
as If the mercury were down several de
grees below what it really waa.
Street Cars Stalled.
The street railway company maintained
a sort of service during the entire day,
but cars were either run In bunches or
far apart, It being impossible to maintain
anything like a schedule. Sweepers were
run over all the lines at intervals, but
there were not enough of them to keep
tha several lines clear, and the result
was that when one lino was cleared and
Hie cars moving it would be blocked
V long before sweepers could again get
round to clear the tracK. .
With the snow falling constantly from
morning until night, and a thirty-mile
wind driving It along, it waa piled in
huge drifts along the streets. In door
ways. In yards and on lawns, though Its
actual depth, providing it had laid as It
fell, was but about eight incheo at 9
o'clock last night.
An attempt was made to keep trotting . si.KS,ou; d" extend the sinking fund
and sidewalks cleared In the business j nmt trom 2,000 to 2TE,000 and to create
portion of the city, but the light snow j R 'i)0nd linking' fund ' to' be levied an
plied n again about as,rap!dly as It was j utislly not ls than. KAO nor. more than
thrown out 7 j $l.'i6,(X), Kolely for "tha purpose "of retiring.
During the day the storm interfered
considerably with railroad traffic and aU
tratna coming into the city wra from
thirty minutes to a couple or more hours
lata. Those from the west and north
were delayed ttie most. Snow plows were
kept at work during the entire day, but
the high wind kept the engines from
making steam and in many Instances
they had considerably difficulty In getting j ui to specifications, resardlf-ss of what
along and hauling their loads. flrnV r.ianli fact n res It.
. Freight trains were.iuh on all the j The charter now contains a joker by
reads, but those that carried live stock ! hi-'h living. contractors - whelheV
tied up at stations wh. rc food and shelter of certain 1-iick firms "or not-
)for the animals .could f secured. rc.jr,, enabled to name a special make of
J mainlng there until the abatement of tho (Continued on 'He Five, Column l'ive.l
J storm. Aa a resuu oi me nui m uw n-. j. i ;
f receipts at the t'outh Omaha stock yards j
and grain receipts at Omaha were un-
dear In a- In. the West. I
Reporta io the railroadH last night In-j
Irate that all throuh the west and I
northwest portions of Nebraska the storm
bad abated and the weather was clear. , . AM,ALK Kan, Jan. is.-ciara Dres
though there waa still considerable wind i a )9,yetir.olj toephone operator, with
and a general drop in temperature. ! a rcvoIver and quU.k work at her ,wtch
Iutt night the Northweatirn reported' ,..,,, , ,,. ot raut rob-
that from Omaha to Norfolk the ttorm I berB B,i(J attcmpted to ,oot a banh liere ;
was still raging, but that west of the today Tho first cut the tele-
last named place there waa but llttl- anov graph ft ,ros the rallroad ,tatlon. then
falling. However, caat and eouth ot tormed th) telephono offtce. . Mlss Dres
Norfolk attd over into Iowa and across , hem twlc(j droye ieln
through Illinois there was a severe storm. I rofn ,,er door
Through eastern Iowa and Illftiols it waa j The four bpoke nt0 m har(,wa.e
raining. j ,torfl -obtained arms and explosives and
v Vp and 06n th. Missouri river valley next niend thj bank MeanwhlIa
J from far above Sioux City to as far south . telephOBft lrI . ,,ad called up the town
8 , Kansa. City at a late hour last night ; nlargha, ,nd Mveral doze of cltl)!en..
the storm continued, with little sign of : The mrenal toll)!d, t)l6 flre belli wnUa
abating. Over a greater portion ofthls clt;ien, ,urfounded the bank. After
territory It waa rapidly growing colder,! llnBUCCCMfu, ottrmpt. had been made
with indications that the temperature .. . f h robber. fld. A
would be close to zero by this morning.
The Union Pacific yesterday morning , of 8hoU wm fred and mogt of
reported snow and wind pretty nearly jt)e w)ndoW pan along. the tr(,et wer,
all the way from Omaha to Green River. brokpn but ,,, , combatants auf
Wyo.. with the brunt of the. storm from : frfi 8,oua lnJury
( linana to a pomi mo nines we.. ...m , Tha robl,erJ( fl)a,y reathed ail auto
night over a large portion of tho "e ! mobUe waiting at the outskirts of the
the storm had ceased, though the wind and .a. Three of them later
wa still blowing and drifting the snow. . cre captured bv wlchlta ponce.
On tha line running up the North Platte '
valley to Northport snow haa atopped '
raxninn n Pin Two. Column Bix.)
B'orecast till 7 p. m. Sunday:
For Nebraska Fair and contitu'ud cold.
Temperatare unaai Vetrrda.
5 a. m...
. 6 u. in...
T a. in...
S a. m...
n a. ni. . .
10 a. m...
U a. m...
1 p. m...
2 P. m...
S p. m...
4 p. nt. ..
i p. in...
7 p. tn...
Comparative Local Record.
liH. Ji'lT 191T
Highest yesterday ai 50 60 a
lowest yt.-stt.rday 1 i
Mean temperatuie 2'
i-ecipitation 35 .0)
Temperalur '--n-. 1'icc.,jiU-i.j I
turea front the normul:
Normal tempt-rat lire
::xceas for the aa
roUil excf tilnco Meucn I u
lnitMilon irl inch
J V:xcs for the day o3 inch
Total rainfall since March 1....25 oi inches
lifi,.lfncv nnl-a Alarcn l . imum
TMMtciency for oor. period. 1913. J.W inches
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MINES ON THE COAST OF HOLLAND Holland has been
against mines washed on the shore. This picture shows a mine
vagrant mine to explode it before it can do any damage.
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IN CITY CHARTER
List of Important Amendments Pre
pared by Rine for the Legisla
FOUR FUND LIMITS RAISED
City Attorney Rine ' has Complete pre
paration of the proposed amendments to
the charter agreed on by the tity com
mission and will take them To Lincoln
for presentation to the legislature.
Most of the changes are regarded as
extremely important, especially some re
lating to larger resources. The following
fund increases are proposed: '
Police from $10,000 (at present) to Si;0,
000. Lighting from JOO.000 to $a0,000.
Park from $i,000 to $90,W.
Library from S3O.fl00 to SGO.O0O.
In addition to these advances provi
sion la made for a new public welfare
fund of JjU.OW.
Also in. addition an amendment pro
vides that the city commission may with
out a vote of the people to Issue parfc
fund bonds not to exced S50.0C0 a year.
Provision la, made to extend the maxi
mum of the grand total to the city's
funis from $1,080,000 as ai prtsent to
bonds when due, .
. Jolt to r'ulai MOases.
And hore-'tti a Jolt to those, autocratic
pavlriK contractor who have , been enjoy
tug whatever advantage, goes with tho
power tu toss fat orders to certain manu
factutera or supply firms. An amend
ment provides tliBt brick, for paving pur-
Hises'' shall tie' bought purely on Us
merits; thut in, buy the brick that cornea
Robbery of Bank
running fight ensued in the streets.
Relayed Work for '
NEW TORK. Jan. 1(.-Contractors I
throughout the city are today considering
i the reuuesUof unions in a number of the
building, trades to employ men In relays
to relieve the unemployment problem,
Charles J.'Keiley, chairman of the board
of governor of .the Uulldlng. Trades Em-
ployrra' association, stated that while
there were normally from 30 to 35 per cent
of the building mechanics Idle every win
ter In this city, this year,- in spite of
unusually good conditions for working,
thera were mors thau 0 per cent Idle.
Big Natural Gas
Main is Broken
HUNTINGTON. W. Va.. Jan. 1S.-A
shortage In natural gas threatened Cin
clnnatl ana oilier cums in suuiuc-ni tiuu
Ithroust the breakig of a tacnty-Uich
! main near Old Town, Ky., late yester-
oay. Sixty men are working deapfrately
to rcpu-ir the break. M. Castuer and
Earl Ueorge, both of Huntington, were
Injured seriously, when escaping' gas
United. The main, which carried We.
Virginia gaa to ClaclanaU, is wc. y
the Columia Gaa and Bloc trio or awaij.
AMERICAN HOSPITAL IN PARIS Many prominent
Americans are engaged in hospital work in Franco.. The
picture shows two of the volunteer nurses in Paris. On
the left is Miss Vera Arkwright, granddaughter of the
Duke of Cambridge. On the right Mrs. E. Whitney of
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Kipling Visits the Territorials and is
Instructed in Track Patrol Duty : :
(Copyrighted, 1915, by Rudyard Kipling. Alt nights Reserved.)
By ntDYAUD KIPLING.
LONDON,' Jan. 8. Billeted troops are difficult to get at. There are
thousands of them In. a little old town by the side of an even older park
vp the London Road, but to find a particular battalion la like ferreting un
"The Umpty-l'mpth, were you looking fjr?" said a private In charge
of a side-car. "We're the Benty-Eenth.
never seen this place before
He, too, was in khaki, bowed between mallbags, and his accent was
of a far and coaly county. '
"I'm none too sure." said he, "but I think I saw"
Here a third man cut In.
"Ton's t battalion, marchln' Into t' park now. Roon! Happen thall
. ',i in ha Tnrrltoriftl. with a history behind them: but
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j that I didn't know till later;, and their band and cyclists. Very polite were
those rear-rank cyclists who pushed their loaded machines with one vast
j nanj apiece.
They were strangers, they bald. They had only come here a few days
ago. But' they knew the south well. They had been In Gloucestershire,
which was a very nice southern place. . , ' ,
Then their battalion, I haiarded, .was of northern extraction? , ,
They admitted that I might go as far as that; their speech betraying
their native town at every rich word. . ..
"Huddersfleld, of course?" I aald to make them say it.
"Bolton," said one at last. Being in uniform the pitman could not
destroy the Imperfect civilian.
"Ah, Bolton!" I returned. "All cotton, aren't you?1'
'Rivalry' Twlxt the Two.
"Some coal," he answered gravely. There is notorious rivalry 'twlxt
coal .and cotton In Bolton, but I wanted to see him practice the self-control
that the army is always teaching.
As I have said, he and his companion were most polite, but the total
J. their Information, boiled and peeled, was that they had Just come from
Bolton way; might at any. moment be sent somewhere else, and they Uked
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compelled to protect itself
corps attaching a fuse to a
Only came in last ween,. I ve
pretty. , Hold on! There 'g a postman.
Fire,' Column Two.)
Mgr. Bagnoli Thm Deioribei Con
ditions in Central Italy in a
Terse Telegram Sent to
SOLDIERS DIGGING OUT DEAD
Estimated Twenty Thousand Dead
and Twice That Number Seri
ERECT TEMPORARY BUILDINGS
ROMB, Jan. IS. The MesmigRero de
clares there are no fwr than 5410 dead
at Fenclna and S.O0O at Crlauo and that
at Cenchlo only l.'iO were saved out of a
population of 2.ftm. At Mnnl the dead
number 1.000. Most all the survivors here
ar Injured and they are suffering griev
ously from, tho, want of food and lack of
ROME, Jan. IS - A correspondci.t of
the Messngnro, wh has ben traveling
through the devastated sone, telegraphs
his paper that, excluding Avexzano and a
nymbcr of other villages, the number of
dead wll! reach lG.ono. -His estimate of
tho total number of dead Is 30,000.
ROME, Jan. 16. Famine and Intense
cold are adding to tho sufferings of the
earthquake victims and slowly .ncroas-
Ing the huge delh roll. Kood thera Is In
plenty, but its truhMporatlon to many of
the towns affected la all but Impossible
because of obstructed roads. .
Rescue work la goln ahead feverishly.
for each hour of delay means death by
starvation or exhaustion for burled vic
tims. From town after town oome reports
of excavation, thnt was too late to save
Attention gradually Is lurnln from
Avezsuno, the center of tho disturbance
and the greatest sufferer, to smaller
towns, where an almost equal frcemKo
of the population was destroyed. In only
one cas so' far, that of Sora, do lute re
ports show that tho rfiect of the earth
quake were lese disastrous than had been
feared. Only 380 of Sora's 17.0W popula
tion appear to have been killed.
While train loads of injured continue
to arrive in Rome,- additional details of
the horror come, in, all tending to con
firm earlier estimates of the tremendous
loss of life. Reports indicate that, next
to Avexxa.no the towns mat smiereu
most are Peaclna .with 4,500 victims;
Paterno, with l.OUO dead, . and t-ameiino,
with 0 of Ita population of 1,i killed.
All are near Avesiano.
Flood Thrateua nistrli-t.
The horror of possible flood,, added, to
famine and suffering from cblfl,T exUM
in. the neighborhood of tba Puclno canal,
which has been dammed up by a land
slide at Monteeorvlnii-Rovolla. Moldiors
and civilians are working desperately to
clear the canal..
Though it seems definitely established
that the present earthquake will not
rival that of Messina In 1908 In the num
ber of dead, tho percentage of casual
ties In proportion to the population af
fected appears to be much higher, due,
it seems, to the dry construction of build-
IriKs that was almost universal through
out the stricken dlsnlct. Messina had
(Continued on Thbo Four, Column Two.)
Carranza Lifts Ban
On Exports of Oil
Needed by English
WASHINGTON. Jan. lO.-Tha British
1 'embassy announced tonight tJiat word had
I been' received from llenerUl Carranza
througn me nnusn legauun
City lifting the embargo on the exporta-
tlon of oil at Tamplco, whli-h had threat-
ened the fuel supply of tho British fleet
Although no details of the extent of Car-
ranxa's modification ot his previous de -
crees was received, the danger ot serious
complications waa believed to have been
remov.d. Negotatlona atlll are b!ng
conducted to enable some of the foreign
owned American and British companies
upon whom prohibitive taxes had been
levied to reopen their plants.
Conferences were held during the day at
iwhlch the British ambassador, Klliseo
Arredondo, Washington representative
of Carranza and Charles A. Pouglus,
legal representative of Carranza, and
Secretary Bryan were present. The Tam
plco situation was discussed at length.
The Carranza representatlvea expected
an early adjustment of the matter.
Turkish Guns Sink
- VTTKUK (by Wireless to ayvflle,
U I.), Jan. U The Tukklah official state
ment Issued In Constantinople today an
nounces that the French submarine
Rapshlre, while trying to entefr the
Dardanelles, was sunk by Turkish
ertlltry. Part of the submarine's crew
The French submarine Sapshiro dis
place j -j .o.. ..... - Vr, .
aoout iweniy-one nin. n w .o, .rri i
long and was 12. T feet beam. It was
fitted with six torpedo tubes arid waa
capable of traveling twelve knots an hour
on the surface and eight knots whim
submerged. It was built at Toulon in 1908.
German War Loan
Advances to Par
BERLIN. Jan. 16. (Via The Hague and
London.) The German war loan of 4.&C0,-
000,0i0 marks ill.l-.'i.OiAOOO), which waa Is
sued at reached par on the Berlin
bourse yesterday. The tendency of thc
nar loan bonds line been upward for
some time, but it had not been expected
that par would be reached so soon. In
some cases the quotation was higher
than 100. The affect of this rise was flt
generally. Trading among foreign stocks
responded, particularly Baltimore A Ohio.
TRAFFIC IN PARDONS
Letter Fixes Prioe of Securing of
Executive Clemency for Local
Police Court Offenders.
INVESTIGATION BY THE SHERIFF
Revealtlona cf n alleged "trafrio In
governor's rardons," which. It it la
alleged, waa born, grew and flourished
and died, all within W. anfl said to
Involve) many of the twenty-alx pardons
In Omaha pollcocoJrt cases Issued by
Qovemor Morehead In 1SI4, has been
r-ealed by an InvVstlmatton now being
mado by Sheriff M Hhana.
The sheriffs al If nt Ion was directed to
the conditions which ho is now Investi
gating by a letter to a woman prisoner
in the county Jail In which the writer
regrotted that he was unable to "get
her out'' because an Gma.li a lawyer,
whom he named, had aet a price of Xi
on a governor" pardon for her. The
writer was sorry but he waa unable to
rshe the cash. Tho letter waa turned
over to the prlsonar to whom It was
The sheriff thereafter tarld an Inves
tigation, Information concerning which
has finally leaked out. Upon being con
fronted wUh a statement of the facta.
Sheriff MeShane admitted he had arrived
at an opinion that certain Omahana
representing offenders aret th laws,
had deceived the governo-
Doesn't Blame Governor.
"I am cf tho opinion that the governor
has been Induced to pardon a number of
offender convicted In police court whom
ho would not havo aided had the facts
ben correctly placed reforo him," aald
the sheriff, "I have Information tending
to show that an Inkling of the situation
camo to the governor soma time agt
sinew when ho has Issued few mi eh
'That Governor Morehead waa granting
pardons for offenders convicted In police
court, waa never generally known. These
cases, which concern men and women
cunvlcled of Immoral conduct and minor
offenses, are known as misdemeanor
rases ai.d nre entirely separate from the
penal cubes with which the Blate Parole
Very few of the pardons Issued to.
Police court of fenders, aif coming from
i-iincoin havo been signed by Oovenor
morehead hlmHob the nam being
written In a different handwriting from
that of the governor. r
onenrr aichanas Interest In tho
pardon cases was first aroused gome
time prior to tho first of the year whloh
brought with it several change In hi
ornce force among which was the dis
placing of former Jailer John Cahlll.
installation of Jailer Henry
Hcliroodor hia been accompanied by a
certain ; amount of, Investigation and
ciasslflcatloh pf records of the Jull.
That a number of clients ot our at
torney, who has a considerable police
court practice, wore among those par
doned by Oovernor Morehead during 1914,
wag ona fact learned by tha sheriff. Thla
one, however, haa not been th only
(Continued on Page Four, Column One.)
Hermits Found Dead
In Sanctuary Ruins
On Precipice Top
AVBZZANO, Jan. l.-Traglc reports are
creeping In, from tho surrounding villages
Isolated by tha earthquake. At Luco
marsl, five miles distant, the dead are
estimated to number 900. Another 100 par
sons were Injured and more than 100
Paterno, famous for Its sulphur batha,
which were frequented by Emperor Ves
pasian 2,000 years ago, suffered tha same
fata as Avezzano. It la Impossible even
approximately to estimate the number of
diad or wounded there.
"At Collelungo and Villavellelonra tha
ninre ne year nw me. aanctuary of
Pletracquario had perched oil the top of
1 a precipice to the east of Aveazano. Four -
teen hermits today are Imprisoned under
. the crumbling walla of tha building.
j ' sixty bodies of girls' have been found
j tn the ruins of the girls' college,
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BERLIN (By Wireless to Sayvllla. It.
I.), Jan. 11 The fighting In the region
of gotssons Is regarded by German which carried everything . before It.
military experts as the greatest success Trench after trench was taken and the
fur the German troops In France for i Canadians did not stop until the Or
three months snd It Is held to confirm ' mans brought up their artillery. Tho
their conviction that the offensive of ground gained extended over a mile in
Genera! Joffre. the French commander-
In-chief, has broken down.
Major Moraht, writing In the Tageblatt.
says the total French losses In the three
days' fighting In the Solssona district
must have reached 30,000. His conclusion
is that this victory must expedite the
German operation In the Argonne forest
and around the lYanob fortress of Ver
Called to Colors
PARIS. Jan. W.-A dispatch to the
'Tempi from Oenev
says that Rou-
I jiiojiihii iiuuonn in ciwims universmea ro
j reived orders by telegraph today ' to re
turn home on account of mlblltxatlon of
the Roumanian army.
PATIENT DENIED DAMAGES
FOR PAIN CAUSED BY DENTIST
FORT DODGB. la.. Jan, II (Special. V
A man cannot get damages from a dentist
who .causes pain during work on a
patient's teeth. So 'decided a Jury In dis
trict court here yesterday when It re
fused to affirm a declelon of a Justice
court jury in giving E. C. Dwyer. a mem
ber of the local police force, D on a
oounter-clnlm filed In the suit for VXi
brought by Ir. E. T. Deveraux. fr.
Devereux was given a verdict for f-3, the
full amount of his claim, by tha district
court Jury. Dwycr'a defense was that he
was damaged because' of the pain he
suffered white bv the dental chair.
INTO POSEtl AND
Czar's Armies Unexpectedly Resume)
Offensire at Two New Points
in the Eastern Arena of
MORE FIGHTING A3 S0ISS0N3
British War Offioe Admits that Ger
mans Have Made Important
Gains in France.
TURKS READY TO INVADE EGYPT
The Day's War News
In Condensed Form
ADVANCE of a but Rsnlin armr
gwlnst West Prussia, la fonaec
tlon with h nTrmrvt of th.
forces that have Invaded Kast
Prwasla, U believed In boidon to
threaten tho iierman forma In,
RUSSIAN general staff la convinced
thnt tho Gerinana vreat and aonth
west of Warsaw hare determined
on a general offensive movement. .
Farther aoath CJermnn troops hare
reinforced the Aaetrlans for '
drlro at tho Rnaalana, deslaned to
relievo Bakowlna and northern
GERMANS aro concentrating- them
efforts In the Alsne region. Fol-
th French have fallen hack tn
new positions and are struggling:
to star tho Otrnsa advance.
TURKISH mllttarr aathorltlea oro
reported to hare decided to -at
tempt an Invasion of Egypt.
GERMAN aaeeeasea aro reported In
today's official statement from tho
Berlin war offioe, bat they are of
FRRNCH assert that they hare won
definite advantages In artillery
fighting and compelled the Ger
nana to evneaate treaohea
Clemery. , , , , , j
LONDON. Jan. lB.Out of tb
state of virtual deadlock, which tot
weeks has existed la the east anil
west, there have sprung during tha
last few days military events of mora
Importance, than followers of the wap
expected at this' time. ' They are,
briefly: The Russian offensive to
ward new points on tne frontiers
east Prussia and Posen, the fighting
at olssons, the expected Turkish ad
vance on Egypt'and the plans for a
renewed attack, on Servla by conn
blued Austro-Qerman forces.'
To the west of Warsaw large nor
man forces are still concentrated, but
they, are gaining little ground and it
Is thought likely that the fighting
which will develop as a result of tho
new RusHlfin movement may for the
time being overshadow the fightinj
for the Polish capital. It is even
(Continued on Paga Two, Column Three.)
German Line at Yprea
LONPON, Jan. t.-The Canadian regi
ment ar the. front haa dlatinhmished itself
earthquake wer.R a stirring bayonet charge at a place
nmr Ynriii known mm, "riAaA Man' AI.
ley," aocordlng to tha Pally Chronicle
correspondent In northeast l'Yance
, ..Th, Oormans " tha pnnm-
The liermana." tha rorrenrmniiatn
..y-i ..had mov,d a great mass of men
against thla spot on the British front.
Mud had helped the thin British line to
hold, but the honors were barely even
until the Canadian regiment hurried up
from the rear.
. "Suddenly there was heard a-' roar of
voices and a long line of slouch hatted
men with fixed bayonets rushed forward
with the bottlecry, 'for Canad and ell
"The Germans broke before the charge,
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tations stipulated In the coupon.
This Ilee Coupon
25c or 50c Seat
! For the performance of
'At the Boyd Theater, ,
Monday eveniug, Jan. 18. .
Present at Box Office any
time prior to performance and
get a free admission ticket In
addition to the ticket you buy
at the regular price. You must
have a Bee coupon for each ex
tra ticket you ask for.
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