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OMAHA. FRIDAY, FEiBItlTAIlY 12, 1015.
Wilsoh'i Measure Repe&linj Present
Method of Election Exported
Out of Senate Committee.
rOB RECALL OP OFFICERS
(From 4 Pfafi Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Feb. 11. iPpeclnl Telegram.)
rep.! of the Oregon plan for the flection
of I'nlted Ftates senators met with th
pprova! of - th house thl afternoon In
committee of the whole. The action u
takeit en mnte file N. M, by Wilson of
Frontier. Should the bill pmi eventually.
It will repeal the law requiring candidate
for the lealnUture to pledge themselves
for aitr particular candidate. . ,
t" Blll'fwr laU
House roll No. JO. by Norrls. providing
for the recall of all state efrieere, wa
retorted out by the committee on constl-'
tuttomtf amendment thla evening for
pa r nice. . The Mil permit a recall of an
officer upon a petltloa of 2 per cent of
the voter. That da a far a It goes, as
there I no provision for filling; the place
at the-same eleotion and an election will
have to be called In rase the recall car
rira to fill the vacancy.
For Mallet Re.
Although Qulnby ot Douglas wa un-etir-cesaful
In getting a recount of the
ballot on the constitutional amendment
before the Joint sesxlon when the legis
lature canvassed the Tote, Hunter of th
bouse delegation ha won a partial vic
tory, th house committee this evening
reporting; out favorably hous roll 800 by
Hunter, calling for recount of the bal
Child Labor Worker
Delivers Speech to
(F"rom a Btaff Correspondent.). ,.!
LINCOLN'. Neb., Feb. 11. (Bpeclal.)
The granting; of an hour time to Ml
J. J. Eschenbrenner, membership swore
Ury of the National Child Labor as
sociation, while two scheduled addresses
rwere put over until a later time, got a
rise" out kf B. B. llanna of York at
the session of the State and Local. Health
officers' meeting today. Dr. Hanna char
acterized such an action by the board,
"a the prize bonehead" and state a that
lie wa sore tl)at such good time should
be given to a discussion of a subject,
-which bad no bearing on th work of
the association, at all.
Miss Eschenbrenner )oh at length on
the work of the organisation In securing
favorable legislation pertaining to the
employment of children In the factories
of the east and south, and asked th
association to adopt a resolution ask
ing congress to pan a uniform child,
labor law, which wa done by the board.
Aside from the add res of Ml Eschen
brenner, Btate Superintendent ' A. C
Thomas, gave the principal talk ot th
House Restores ': , , .
Sqiiato Bills to r.
:i - -Efeiilar Place
(From ft Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN,. Fob. U.-Specl,) Wnen
the lower house of th leglKlatur met
Thursday morning. It proceeded to beak
up the action taken th day- befor. send
ing ail senate , bill to the foot of the
general fii.v. Xt dlii this, without taking
' a formal vote of reconsideration, but
merely on, a point of rrder that the mo
tion Lsd oven offered and adopted Ir
regularly In commlttoe of-he whot which
rendered It tef a effect.
Mr. Trumbie, more a ik than, any.
think eisa, moved that senate file two,
the lloweit bill, cots solids ting Omaha,
fcoutu Cmaha,' DunJend Florence, be
teten from the committee on e'.Uee and
town and' placed at the bead f the
suite file, Th fun U.rtud at oncew Sir.
Norton insisted that th bill take It
rrgular course, and Mr, Neglcy of Dong
las cotmty, demanded that th people
are Interested should be given a
hearing before th committee. The nao
(rn wee defeated.
or. Stomach Pain
in Five Minutes
Time It! In five minute all stomach
distress will go. No Indigestion, heart
burn, sourneas or belching of gas, acid,
or eructation of undigested food, no
dftslae, bloating, foul breath or head
ache. Pape Dtapepsfn 1 noted for It speed
In regulating upset stomach. It I the
urest,' quickest and most certain In
digestion remedy In the whole world.
and beside It I hsrmlces.
Million , of men and women now eat
their favorite foods without fear they
know Tape' TMapepsIn will save them
from any stomach misery. '
Please, for your ak. get large fifty.
cent, case of Pape'a Dispepsln from any
drug tora and put your stomach right
Don't keep on being miserablelife . Is
too short you are not . here long, so
mak your lUf agreeable. Rai what you
Ilk and digest It; enjoy It, without dread
of rebellion In the stomach.
rape' Dlapepaln belong In your "home
anyway. Should on .f he family eat
something which don't agree with them,
or In case of an attack of Indigestion,
dyspepsia gastritis or stomach derange
ment at daytime or during the night. It
I handy to glv th quickest, surest re
lief known. Advertisement.
TO REDUCE LEGISLATURE
Meaanre Ajain Fretted to Advan
tage Cutting; Down Membership -in
HAS 02TLY SLIGHT MAJORITY
(From Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nob., Feb. 11. (Special.)
Senator 8prk of Saline pulled a brand
from the burning; thl morning When he
again put hi smaller legislature resolu
tion to a vot In th senate committee of
the whole and thl time carried It by a
margin of on. . '
The committee of th whole yesterday
afternoon on a motion to put the bill on i
It third reading, defeated. It by a margin
of several votes. No motion to dispose
of th bill was made at the time, however,
I tisusly don and It was thus left
open, although the senate thought that It
had killed the bill. Senator Ppirk made
another motion In the committee of the
whole this morning to put th bill upon It
The original bill called for a legislature
with a hou of fifty member and ft sen-'
ate of eighteen member, serving four-
year term instead of two at present.
It wa amended hi the committee) of the
whole so a to Increase th number ot
senator to twenty-five.
Another committee of the whole amend
ment make th session 100 day Instead
of sixty day and pay the member no
ft day. Thla would mak a salary of 11,000
Instead of on of Woo as at present.
The second (notion to recommend th
bill for passage carried by a vot of It to
IK, there having been two absentee. Th
closeness of th rot render th passaga
of th bill on third reading still uncer-
KILLED Hi SENATE
Senator Howell's Anti-Diicrimina-tion
Meann Indefinitely Post
poned After rig-lit on Floor.
ATTACKS FROM TWO SIDES
(from ft Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 11 .-(HpeclaU-Seflator
Howell's antl-dlscrlmlnation Insurance
bill, 8. F. at, waa defeated on third read
ing In th senate today. Th bill had
been recommended for passage earlier in
th week In th commute ot th whole
by a substantial majority.
Th vote on third reading was, seven
teen against th bill and thirteen for it
Pens tor Bushe and Mallery led th at
tack on th bill on the ground that It
abolished competition In th Insurant-
business.- Bplrk and Lahner Joined In
on th ground that It hurt the. farmer'
mutual. ' .
Vot la Detail.
Th vo.t wa a follows: '
Ayes: Bedford, Brookley, Rygtand,
Dmhett, Catea, Henry. Howell, Kohl.
Mattes, Filler, Ruden, Sandall and Spen
cer la. .
Nays: Beal, Btihrrrtan, ' Bushe, Grace,
Hoagland, Klechel, Krumbach, Lahnsrs,
Mallery,. Marshall,, Qutnby, Robertson,
Hchumway, fn'rk, Weeener, Wilson of
Dodge and Wilson of Frontier 17.
Explanations of vote were numerous.
Senator Bushe explained that he was
opposed tho bill, a Its paxsasre meant
the formation of a gigantic Insurance
trust. Kansas had had such a law. hi
explanation ran, and there, rate were
from to to 75 per cent higher than In
Nebraska. Further, he was opposed to
the bill because none but Insurance agent
were asking for It.
To itlfl Competition.
Senator Mallery of Box Butt deemed
It th most dabgeroua bit of lea-lalatlnn
yet offered In th senate. It title mis
represented, he said, and Instead of being
ft bill to prevent fire wast and equalise
rates. It was a bill to tlfl competition
a between the Insurance companies. He
quoted a letter from an Insursnce agent,
a former member of th legislature, la
his support , ' ,
Senator flplrk of Mallna and ftenatA
Lahner of Thayer saw in the bin hi
directed at th farmer' mutual of th
Th bill has been fn other lea-lalaturea
paaslng one house sometimes, but never
paseing Dom nouses. There I ft similar
bill in th house at present.
Bill for flotation
On Ballot is Saved
(From ft Staff Correspondent.) '
IJNCOLN. Nb.. Feb. ll.-ftpeclal Tel.
eg-vam.) H. T. C by Baunders, calling
for the rotation t name on th gen-
ml election ballot, a at h prinuu-y,
tirsrly went to dWeat In the hous this
afternoon and waa aavpd from death
t.v Nearlny of Doujfiaa. wtus acnnde4
tie bill so It would only apply to' Doug
la. county. Cronin ot Holt had voided
the semnir sentiment -of the house,
when r-e said that there was no call for
turn anion except In Dougla and Lan
I . .
MISS ROOT CF NORFOLK ...
FI I ES D 1 V C H C . P ET1T) 0 U
MADISON, Neb., Fb. ll.-Specl!.)
Mr. Etnma B. Root cf Norfolk ha
brought action In the district court for
divero from her husband, Joseph I
Root She allege In her petition as
grounds for such action cruelty and non
support They war married at Norfolk
In 1.PJ. Mr. Hoot I ft plumber. The
couple have two rhtldrwn, a eon and
daughter. Mrs. Boot aah In addition to
ft divorce, custody of the children and
temporary and permanent alimony.
No Monopoly Upon 1
, Veterinary Work
(From Staff- Correspondent).
LINCOLN. Feb. U.-(SneclaL)-AlmoBt
alone and unaided. Representative Rei.
nei of Thomaa county made a -valiant
tight to aav hi bill which would , bar
from practice all veterinarian In th
tate who had not taken a re aula r e&uraa
and passed an examination in profes
sional tranche. Charge were made by
opponent of th bill that th veterinari
an f th tat were attempting to gat
monopoly on h business by crowding
out th less Kjrtunat brethren who had
hot had th benefits of great ucatlon
and long aervtc. The 'bill wa killed..
KEY STERILIZATION BILL
Senate ', Committee of the Whole
Agrees Upon modified Meaiare .
Along Lines of Old One.
WILL PROBABLY BE AGREED TO
From ft Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Feb. 1 WSpecial. -A modi-
fled sterilisation bill, ft substitute for
th original bill, wa recommended for
passage by the senate committee of th
whole, today. .
Th .committee substitute wa offered
by Senator Shumway, Introducer of th
original bill, a F. No. I. U said that
It wa drawn by Superintendent Fast
of the fUate Institute Tor Feebleminded
at Beatrice by Superintendent Williams
of th Lincoln hospital for th Insane
and by Judge Howard Kennedy' of th
Board of Control for state Institutions.
Th new bill - eliminates anything
compulsory about the operation, hut put
ft premium upon It. in' that tt allow In
mate In soma case , to gain their free
dom by ubmitting to it Th opera
tion must be performed In all ease upon
th consent of the Inmate' next of kin
and upon hi own consent insofar a he
I capable of' giving It
Th new bill applies to defective dis
charged from th penitentiary, the
feebleminded institute, the Insane asy
lum, and th industrial school. A board
of flv medical examiners I created.
Th bill only applte to feebleminded
and Insane inmate of state Institutional
It doe not specify those criminally de
fective, unless d facto they should be
considered feebleminded a well a
There wa no oppoHltlon to th substi
tute bill. Generally th recommendations
of th committee ot th whole ar fol
lowed on third reading.
, Pipe Lino Built
By Two States
(From ft Staff Correspondent)
UNCOLN. Feb. ll.-Bpecial.)-Th
building of a pipe line from Casper, Wyo.,
to-Omaha as ft iolnt entnrijrls by the
state of Nebraska and Wyoming for th
purposo of .transporting oil to thl state
was proposed In th legislature Thursday
In ft resolution offered by Representative
Huntr f Douglas county. It call for a
Una 600 mile, long and two feet In dia
meter and capable of transporting 10,000,
000 gallons every twenty-four hour, at
an estimated cost tof lE.OOO per mile. '
The resolution suggested that th gov
ernors ot th two state arrang for ft
Joint delegate convention to forward this
project in order that Nebraska may be
enabled to draw supplies of oil from tho
Wyoming field without depending en
railroad companies for It transportation
and making thl tat independent of th
Standard Oil company.
A notion by. Mr, Blauser to taks the
resolution was lost Under th rule th
Hunter; resolution went ovet for two day
HOUtE COM.'.imEE FAYOFii .
NEW SUPREME COURT BILL
(From a, Staff Correspondent.) ,
LINCOLN. Neb.. Feb. lt-( Special Tel
egram.) Th proposed constitutional
amendment providing th election of su
preme court Judge by district, waa re
ported out by th house commute on
constitutional , amendment thl after
noon. . Th bill also provide for the divis
ion of th court Into thre sections.
To Pass In House
(From ft Staff Correspondent.)
"LINCOLN, Teh. U.-(i5peclal.)-That the
Hnstetler antl-ttpptng" -bill ha (enough
backing 'to' pas Uie lowetf-iio'uee el .Uu
legislature waa demonstrated thla morn
ing, when it met all attack of It op
ponent and rallied two-third of the
member to It support In committee of
the whole. Th bill rorblda th accept
ance of tip by any employes in any rail
road dining cars, ohtels, restaurants,
barber shop, saloons and - other public
plaoes. Th employe accepting tip are
made liable to ft penalty. The bill orig
inally mad the cbployer liable, but thl
feature ha been changed
7iK rS LH-
nm fpai4 1 Hesse.
li. K. I '(jimlifli any forrlKn born
(.-.r h Ifiiia lo comiieu hi .turll-x.i-.n
t'i-ia to fVfn mi.
ii. li. t.ji'.cairicii!! .rd of ai'tnmn-!-,..
i. a . "nuy n.aj..l al tiistil tu ltn
an tur. , .... , ( .
H. H. r.O. Taylor Wpuld set the', foe
t'.t iiUijriuya. ,
liitss Ke la HnM,
1'. R. 3S-l'.r.uH fctnunc-ye ad
ii, i, i.d tu r -j in" jmu!ji
c-ii'it. Ay -. : re,
i. 1L Kl, 1'.':!H Cci'inty. IeleMlon
Al! t'Uir .f frutrl JUKlHe
' 'ml t twiirt it..ii liiUlfil '..ul rourts
ill ' ' I . i it 1 j t, A . .y 1... V,... a. n.i! .
li, 11. kj. tniiu) . tulLtit Jus-
1 ' tli J.r ui .D Jil.ull to llLS own
H. V. 1U. hirn of Kaln Provide for
ii - -j M, -i:t ti loiiiiiuiwn fur aiuallsr
i' . ... ii.t- iti four-)ar tern;,
t . 71. 1m-- he! t;f e:nl Iro1,l
f r I !.., I . i.o..j trim itt Irea than nine
i t -! tf.aa t.V.11 IHIlll. wtiei
i v -l ! ;! . ft a ini't aitvnd .a
ji -i e I I-"' ( 'C t fti-.iai.a or rnuii
; . I . : t t y .( I :aiu-i'ruvide.
f i at-M-. . i-.-i'4i.ea will coti-
i .I rui ut ki t h a '-'ii.llis.a bEtvf
f'):i i.i' ull:. f.,r tj .-ir i'tftran"si
r ...u a 'o iiioiuutifju. iruusutuie Xor
i . k. i-r.Kiltl-v .f Clay pjiia the
'.. i., ' t - '..r i'i.irh .Wit pur1' In hin
. t l.'.j'i lyj $i pr wek.
V ' ' ' of !.,) - I' nuUtfa
- ' f ''... '!.
.i I .,.. ,; AI.1I-.1!-
' ' ' I I i t a d . (..
1 Ifliai UCl-UIU ill Uiv iriiU
The -vrlieat yield of tlie United States for 19H reached tlio cnormoiia figure cf
nearly 900,000,000 bushels. ' . ' . ... .. . '
t . . 1 " . 'r
Yet ia spite cf the -wonderful nutritive value of this grain, much of its value will,
be lost as human food. "Why! r -. . ...
Because many wheat products (white bread and many so called breakfast foods)
lack the nourishing mineral qualities of tho 'grain found directly under the bran
coat. Ttieso vital elements are thrown out with the bran-coat to make the flour white
More and more, thinking people are waking up to thi3 fact, and are now obtain
ing all the grain nourishment by eating - ' i - ,' -
v li I I
TliisfarnoTiR wheat pnd malted barley food, retains all the nutriment of the grain,
including the rit h mineral values bo necessary in building brain, nerve and muscle.
Grape-Nuts ia nil foodno vaste! It is easily
digested, andvilh cream or rnili: affords completa
noumhment, at tts cost .than any other food.
Tliis, together with its dolicious fiivourfresh-scakd, has made Grape-Nuts a
home-hold word the world over. . ' . ' '.
"There's a Rcacon,, for Grape-Nub -
llo raise in price bold by Grocers everywhere.
Passes tho Senate
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Feb. ' 11. (Special. Senator
Brookleyt antl-dop bill, senate file No.
t backed by th Omaha Commercial
club and th State Druggist' association,
pasted th senate this morning on third
reading without ft single dissenting vot.
Th bill regulate th sale of hablt
formlng durga, providing thst they shall
not b sold eicept upon prescription and
thst a public record of thee prescription
b kept for two year.
GOVERNOR WILL. SUGGEST .
. SPECIAL APPROPRIATION
(From a flaff Correspondent)
' LINCOLN. Neb.. Feb. U.-iPpeclal
Telegram.) Juet after tho clone of the
afternoon seeslon of the house today
Governor Morehead held a consultation
with about twenty house member an 4 In
formed them that he would tomorrow
end up ft special message asking for an
emergency appropriation of B.W, tho sum
needed by th railway commission to
carry on th Joint railway rat rase now
under Investigation. This wa don after
a conference, with Chairman Clark of
the commission over ft message sent by
Clifford Thorn ot the Iowa commlsalon.
urging the appropriation of th amount
Governor Moreheafl Informed tho roenj
ber that he desired th amount appro
great Britain will
HAVE MORE WAR NEWS
LONDON, Feb. 11. The British govern
ment ha capitulated at last to th In-,
Istsnt demand for more new from the
front. Prima Minister Asqulth promised
today that arrangement would be mad
to publish communications from Sir John
Ftanchv tho British commander-in-chief,
twice weekly. . - x. .
THOMPSON, BELBEN & GO.
- ; .' .
An Exhibition of Millinery and Apparel
Fashions for Spring Suitable for Palm Beach,
the Mardi Gras and the California Exposition
Fridayi and Saturday :
Apparel Section - - - Second Floor :
A saw not la aTpiinr Xllllnrr beeft.
weeur 1 said to be tb waaxlns; of th
hat forward oa th head, so that th
hack of tb hair and neok are eea ia
etlier worn, shape wCl be op aad away
from th neok, in eontrart io the bats
omiiur low dowa over th hair, ft we
hav been wearlB- theta of lata. Thl
yen will fin 4 Baaoft oooleT for th stuxu
Thar 1 not aanoh trimming a feather
or ribbon signal perohea en th dr of
th brim or crows odd, tiny wheel, or
eookad affect la tailored Oengette rlb
bonsi ft email feather novelty of th
salutary character, or a beautiful rreaon
roe are eoaalderea snf fioleut for hat
of th turban order. Kats of broader
brlaa plotore type .will develop later I
flowers aaft rlbboaa wtU A ased freely.
,. Qaalnt Bonnet shave are elUag ran.
Idly ths most dresey ntodel whloh are
low -oa eaeh ide o tho Xao like to
.JUana of uo). ..... ,: ,
And, by th 'way, ntoh atyle are caU
to be eomlag la for oonMrabl notlo
thl sjoasoa. x .
The New Millinery
'; ' Beautiful Trimmed Hats se
cured from the leading New ' K
York and Chicago Modistes. ;
A Iso our owft showing of Chic
Models specialty triced. , v.
$8ZS,$10 ,$1250 and $15
Friday morning we will
place on special, .sale . a,ll
remnants of Embroideries
in Swiss, Cambric, Nain
sook, Edges arid Inser
tions; also Flouncing;
From 5c apiece to $3
White Goods Specials
72-inch $1.75 Linen Sheeting, ... $1.50 a yard
81-inch $2.00 Linen Sheeting, - - - $L75 & yard
904nch $2.25 Linen Sheeting, , , , , $2.00 a yard
' ' ' ' ' ; ,4 .. . ..
' " ; NAINSOOK BY THE BOLT
17c 36-inch Nainsook,' . - " $1.75 a bolt ot 12 yards
20c ;S8-inch; Nainsook, ' :-$2.00 a bolt of 12 yards
EXTBA SPECIAL UNDEEWEAR CEEPE
3,000 Yards White Underwear Crepe, 15c a yard
nnnfor First Ka!f
wu KSt, o for
tell tdi"'on! slla therv
f.er tr lh s.sUnci yoa
'rids. Wo ehtrjs lor call
ins r re'uirsliij.
WalUag Tlmo at Sat
ef tUO Koar.
"That's) Our fterviee"
Telepboa Dong. t0.
Uzti Tsxl Ssnrlc3 Go.
2104 Fa mam St.
IF YOU ARE A
Tou had better stop at onco or you'll
lose your Job. Every line of buslnam Is
ciuin Its doors to "Drtuklns" men.
It may be your turn next, by the aid
of OKKINE thouaan.is o( nM have bn
rrtored to lives of aobrl. ty and Induaary.
We are so sure thatOUtUNK will bn
fit you that we say to you that If after
a trial you fall to est any benefit from
Its uae, your money will be refunded.
Vi ben you etop "Drink ln." think of
the money you U have; teaidra. sober
mro are worth more to their employers
and set bift-her wa-c.
COM) only II 0 a box. We hav aa
lntereatlnr booklet about ORHINIS that
w ere giving away frre on requtat- Calk
at our store end talk It over, iierniaa
' KloCrnQell lru I'o, corner loth aad
locie bt.. Owl Irua" Co. corner lath and
$3.50 a Month
Tree "Funfair, rasuraaoe, Kttnol
and Bcarf. Uln mouths . rest '
aUowed U r Cecla to par
c:::.::lle2 & mum
1311-13 reraarn UU Deaf.
D!OGl:.Vl-i Bexl Santera but
tit up-t-data boalueM plan la
Osaah c3 th 4rertlttig ol
ttsua of TU lira.
On Saturday ' night January SO, 115
N. Z. 8nelU President ot TUB MIDWEST
LIFE, gav th seventh annua banquet
to th arenta and directors of this com
pany. Porty-avo were Dresent. somo
coming from a far away as Bayard and
Th subject discussed wa nonpartlcl
Dating Insurance, which was presented
from various point ot view by Vt'm.
Horley ot L'nlversltr Place, George
Crocker ef Omaha. J. H. Mockett. Jr.. N.
Z. Snail. II. J. Klrschstela and M. A. 11yd
of Lincoln, Oeorg O. CYonkleton, Cashier
ot the First National bank of Bayard,
and also an agrot of th company, spoke
on Life Insurance front a banker's stand
point. Better becom aa agent of this
company and attend the annual banquet
N. Z. 8 NELL. PBlllDlVT .
A KLSRASX4 STOCK COM?AKT
sbjjx Koa-riinaraTiac un nccu-ia orit
mil iurc.NL uxt lummc. Lracout
CITY NATIONAL SANK BUII.DIN)
CI"ltit setRTit I9I oecKia.
A fiight of Dig City Lifo
At AH Omaha Thsaier
at th ruurr ajhh uax,
Omaha lodge So. ta. '
r n n Trtaatrloa!
I. Li- iL M)hailMl
la Isaa ai. A,.oc,,t,on
Uncoloa Birthday. ",'"" "
Tha at age. The Ballroaa
tok KOft Now fielllns; i
et UUU rants at Principal
Hotel Clear Btaade aa4 AH Ttiaatara.
yrelimlaary Taoderlll Show at ttM
Ctasa "A" Ail tho Way
TOWlOat. MAiAIAa VOtKOMMOW
DIG Jin GAOOlTr
rmla Kata. Born, Wd, Thara,
Sat. as ISlght aae, oo. Added AW
traaaoa Xvery erfrmaa. Xalea
Kroner-Kerry Walker la latest aaaae
Weok-A Woman' Wav
Pally Hatlneo, t:ls eights, a :1a.
aUkCaS kuj "OtSae aa: Th. Kir.
U4'Ott7?AAt"' ." "-
AMU Tuts OAT.
sa "ta au-Ain or mot waa ex.-
Ua., alurt.l Hidj.7, auriinx. trwla, lia.e
Prica ' Hat.. OaL. 10c best seat fevoept
sat. A Bun.). 2 bo. Ktahta. lc itta. o 24
oauvti ruar oraTim,
Cmryriri ft iatiy tut. imim
Aavthcr airaad Hew a&sw I
cIS". GLOBE TROITERS
rtllad to oerflowlng with JoJUty, briar,
tty. girls and , Jh two-act Alu-
k1 burlesque, "The Dowry baeaeia.'
lig Wuty t noma.
Wim' Ttme Xatlae Weak Tye.
Aat laMT V i 'u Uy Haw leraere"