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TllK OMAHA-. SUNDAY BKK: MARCH 14,
YfflEH CHIEF DUE
HELD THE "SOUP"
Thrilling Experience in Connection
with the Transportation of
' Two Bad Burglart.
CLOSE CALL FOR. A BAGGAGEMAN
Chief of Police H. W. Dunn will never
forget an boraston when he wrtit to Jop
lin. Mo., with th late Chlrf J. J. Dona
hue to bring heck two men charirtd with
robbing a local furrier. After having been
detained at Joplln three day by legal
teohnlcaltti over the prisoner. Dnnn
and Donahue were given custody et their
men ten mintrte before train time.
Mr. Dunn threw two suitcase belong
ing to the prisoners into the front of a
hack and proceeded to the depot, where
he checked the baggage and suitcases. On
the train one of the prisoners asked where
the ultcae were placed, adding that one
contained "soup." The chief said ha
checked the- suitcases, . whereupon, the
prisoner remarked upon the chiefs care
lessness.' What "Boar" Is.
"Soup" Is a mixture of nit Ho acid and
glycerine used by safe blowers. It is a
high explosive. ' Upon arrival at the Kan
sas City depot, Mr. Dunn hastened ahead
to th b Kg axe car and was Just In time
to stop the baggageman, who waa going
to throw the explosive-laden suitcase out
as he would any ordinary piece of bag
gage. VThWth chief explained to the1 bag
gage smasher the contents of the suitcase,
the tatter's face blanched. Had the suit
case been thrown as intended, there would
not have been any salvage worth while to
that baggage car, nor would there have
been much Mt of the baggageman or the
To Illustrate the force Of "soup," it
might be stated that a blacksmith placed
two drops on an anvil, brought his ham
mer down on the anvil and the head oi
the hammer wu blown through the root
of the blacksmith shop. .
' flow -"Soap" la iremdled.
"Teggmen" usually carry "soup" In bot
tle wrapped in cloth to prevent harsh
contact In the suitcase In question there
were two loaded automatlo revolver and
two bottles of the explosive. The chief
empt(ed . the explosive In the river at
Kansas City and considered' himself
The usual operation In blowing a -safe
with "soup" is to pry a small space or
spring the lower,' part, of the door with
wedges. Then a dam of soap is built up
around the crevice and the explosive
poured into the opening. A fuse Is In
serted Into the soap cup and the fuse la
then lighted, A a rule gunmen on the
outsMe watch for person apprised by the
sound of the explosion. These gunmen
deter any intruders while the Inside man
fortes -the inside door of the safe and
loot the strong box.' , -
What Women Are
t v' Doing.;
(Continued from Page Three.)
the plot and the structure and Mrs. T.
Combs the characterisation.
In view of tha fact that the story telt
era' section of the Association of CoN
leciate .Alumna la to provide tha program
at the' opening meeting of the alumnae,
which will be held at the home of Mrs.
Frank Loomls next Saturday,' the regular
meeting of the section on Wednesday will
be omitted. Misses Ollvo Coff man. Louise
Etegner and Edith Halght were voted
upon to represent the section on the open
program. Mrs. Stephen Davie it chair
man of the committee.
Jay Burns of tha Burn J-akln) c jv
pany. who was to have addrejsM the
home economics department of the Omaha
Woman's club at the last meeting, but
was deterred on account of the Itvcljmoot
weather, will' talk on the high price of
wheat at the department ms jtlnj Thurs
day morning at 10 o'clock. ' ,
Beginning Monday, March 22. the Scot
tish Rite Woman's club will serve lunch
eons and dinners at the cathedral for four
days, tha proceeds to be used for pur
chasing linens for the cathedral. .
The - next two lectures in Prof. F. M.
Fling' series of current topics talks will
be given on Monday evenings. Instead of
Tuesday: The first change Is occasioned
because of the Tuesday Morning Musical
club's evening program at the Fontenelle
and the second by the Mary Antln lecture
. at the First Methodist -church. . .
Mrs. Edward Johnson, chairman of the
house and home committee of the Omaha
Woman's club, la receiving reservations
for, the luncheon which will be given in
honor of Mrs. A. O. Peterson, president
of the state federation, at the Hotel Fon
tenelle, Tuesday. Mrs. Thomas Q. Winter,
president of the Minneapolis Woman'
club, will also be a apecial guest at this
Mrs. Millard Laaafeld and Mrs. Fred
erick T. Rouse will give the program for
the Omaha Society of Fine Arts Thurs
day morning at 1 o'clock at the Toung
Women's . Christian association. "Tha
Roman; His Amusement and Place of
Amusement," will bo the subject for the
mora ing.' Mrs. Langfeld will present the
history of Roman games and Mr. Rouse
will develop the Roman theater, showing
its evolution from the Greek theater and
its relationship to the late revival In our
modorn university centers. '
The Bemis Park circle of the Child Con
servation league will meet Friday at the
horu of Mrs. Zane Thompson. 3J Haw
thorne avenue. Tb parliamentary drill
will be conducted by Mrs. II. J. Holmes.
Mrs. Thompson will read a paper on
"Tuberculosis and Its Cure;" Mrs. D. H.
Fair, "Fresh Air Schools and Delicate
(.iilldren;" Mrs. Prawl, The Drinking
Cup and the Roiler Towel Evils." and
Mra. L. V. Nicholas. ''Woman' Aptitude
for Work on the Board of Health." Mrs.
H. Frlck will give a reacting from Schil
ler's "WUtiam Tell," and Mrs. llawkln
son will . give musical selections.
The regular meeting of the U. 8. Orant
Women's Relief corps. No. lot. will be
held Tuesday afternoon at Memorial hall.
In tha evening Women's corps will be en
tertained at a musical by the Orant post
at Memorial hall.
Mra. Joseph Miller wa re-eiected presi
dent el the Central Park Mothers' Wel
fare league at the meeting Friday. Mra.
Herbert Cox Is the new secretary and
'Mrs. George Bryant treasarer. Mrs.
George Richards Is chairman of the ad
visory board and will be assisted by Mn.
L. B. Maaaaoar, Mrs. H. A. Hollander and
MUl Elisabeth Rooney, principal of the
chool, who will provide the open-day
program The league voted to affiliate
with the National Congress ef Mother
and Tarent Teachers' association.
The White Phrlne will meet Thursday
evening at Masonto Temple. Mra Willi
Reed of Madison and Mrs. Xandcrs of
Columbu. members ef Betbsny shrine
No, . will be guests of honor at this
meeting. Wr. Cuthbert Vincent Is at
the head of the Whit Phrlne.
The Weat Central district of the Worn
an' American Baptist Foreign Mission
ary society will hold Its qusrterly busi
ness meeting Thursday morning at the
Toung Women's Christian association.
Mrs. Maria Reynold Ford, Who wa
connected for Six yrara with the Porto
Rlcan schools ard for an equal rjerlod
with the nusnos Ayres missions, will
open a two months' campaign fn Ne
braska by addressing the Tri-Clty Federa
tion of Christian churches Tuesday after
noon and evening at the First Christian
church. In th afternoon her talk will
deal with mission work and Jn the even
ing she will apeak on "Condition and
Need of Latin America." Mr. Ford
will be- entertained by Mr. E. O. Jones
and Mrs. W, W, Widoe of South Omaha,
senooi mend, during her atav. Mra
Wlllard of Bethany, state secretary, will
also be present at the meeting. A dinner
ju oe served by the church women In
General Henry W. Lawtno
Grand Army of the Republic, will meet in
Memorial hall, court house. Wrtna.,i.J
The auxiliary will a-lvn a h nni.i i
Magnolia hall. Twenty-fourth and Ames
avenue Saturday. Friends of the auxi
liary are Invtted.
The Dundee circle of the Child Con
servation league of America . will meet
Monday arternoon.at the hgme of Mrs.
Fred Elliott, Jr. Roll call response will
be Items of current Interest and papers
sill be read a follows. Mrs. 3. H. Beaton,
The Bolflsh Child; How Develoned. Itii
Bearings on Our Present Social Evils;"
Mr. P. J. White. 'The Period of In
dlvldusl Prowess; Its Value and Pmnr
Development;" Mrs.' I. N. Arey, "WJsy
pete Licked His Boy;" Mrs. Elliott. "Dle-
aavantages of an Only Child." dis
cussion, "Under What rimirahn...
Should the Fighting Instinct Bo Eneour-
asear Musical selections will be given
by Mrs. Don C. McCowen.
Mra Bruce McCulloch Will IffAll thA nru
gram on BiLIo history, which will be given
or tne literature department of the South
Omaha Woman's club Tuesday after-
noon. Mrs. E. M. Sloan will read an
original poem by Mra. O. D. Mabery, who
is m at her home, entitled "Lite's Les
son." Mrs. McCulloch will read a paper
on "Palestine-Post and Present." Itm.
of current interest will b given by Me-
aame c. Martin. C. W. Sears. P. w.
Shields and M. F. rt.vnniHa w a n
Randaft will give a reading from "On the
n ay xo Betniehem."
An . extended program on Brawnlna-'a
Lyric will be given by the Mu Sigma
club Wednesday morning, at the home of
Mrs. A. O. Peterson. Mra. C U rt.m.t
and Mrs. George C. Thompson are leaders
or tne program. Browning's Interest in
human living will form the basis of Mn
Thompson' half of the program and she
win db assisted by Mcsdamea George
Damon. E. W. Axtell. flnnilsnn X'll
Patton, E. V. Gunther and Mis May
xuaie. Mr. Ball let s program on the
lyffc win be carried out . by Mesdames
Lavender, A. B. Soinirs, 6. Q, Lund.
Ryan. Pearl Wclshans and George
f lamer. Mr. O. W. Noble will sing.
Thl will be the last program meeting of
the club year in which the, member will
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Tha second In the rlea nf tn!U nn "
Girl' Relationship" '. to be given Sun
day afternoon at 4 30 by Dr. 0. E. Jenk
ins ef the University of Omaha, whn will
ppeak on "Municipal Friendliness," or the
"Social Conscience." Mix Etta Young
is the soloUU After the devotional serv
ice a socmi nour Is held until 7 o'clock.
All women of the city are moat cordially
Invited to these services. Miss Odlorae is
mo iiueirBs mr mis wees.
On Monday nlirht at 8 n'r.lnrk ihr
be an Association party to which all
young worn of the city . are Invited
whether they arer members of the asso
ciation or not. It Is to be an advertise
ment party and every one in to come
dresed to indicate an )nMiumnt
either tn costume or wearing a Placard1
wnn Buiiio tnaraciennuc auverttsemant
"saylnp." The social committee has
planned various stunts for the evening
ni,p uirrui IIIIH IN mHKing Of a
Vmovie" out of picture of advertise.
On Thursday from 13:1S to 1 o'clock
there will bo a noon muslcRle In the
auditorium The pupils of - the Boyd
Hrandela school wIlL furnlah ), tK.
Miss McHugh's elaaa begins a new term
this week of ten lessons which will be
Iriven tor tl.W. ' The modern writer of
nuun iiiriMuri win do aiscussea.
Notation Made on
. Her Report List
Bell M. Ryan, assistant superintendent
of public schools, ha many little tangled
end to straighten out during the couras
of the week' work. .
. She recall aa Instance of a teacher
feeling very much aggrieved because her
monthly report was marked in red Ink
"not true." Thl teacher waa hurt at the
thought that she would have falsified
her report. As a matter of fact, th
notation "not true" baa been use! for
years at school headquarters to mean
"t ut ef balance." In thl case the teach
er' report did not bsSanoa, the total not
agreeing when added across and up and
down. It wa merely a clerical error
which she was expected to correct.
Mis Ryan labored hard to convince that
teacher that there waa no lnrent'oa to
lmpbgn her motive when making out the
report. The teacher finally wa son
vlnced and th clouds upon tier vision
were turned into sunshine.
Club Has Banquet
At the fifth annual St. Patrick' day
banquet to be given by th Irish Fellow
ship club at the Henshaw hotel next
Wednesday evening David Cole will re
late hi travel la Europe, Judge Lee
Estelle will give an address and J. B.
Latch will sing.
Thomas J. Flynn will. act a toastmas
ter. The banquet will be restricted U
men thl year.
L. J.'TePoel is president ef the club,
Peter O'Malley 1 treasurer and E. J,
Water U secretary. Dr. T. R. Mullen
and P. C. Heafey founded this social or
ganisation, which meet the aeeond and
fourth Thursday ef each month la the
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1 - I McHenry, la equally strong. Mr. Manning J p ' i
f u will have the best role yet assigned to ' ,, f , . : 'VV
t " ( , t 9 him, that of Jerome ie Geralne, tho per- Jr s: f ;
' Ajf fldious friend of Brjctiard, who takes I 0r ..r---:. '-iV
t - -VT advantage of the husoand's confldonre sW!''"" . ; 'K 'V-t: r-'''
1 ' ' ' to win a fortune and to intrigue with I f ':'H T
' ,, . ; ' ' . H'e wife. The climax of the pluy is tre- " v?"-' ,s S- ':-V"
Y. ' n fffyy mendous and startling. Mr. Llndholm I ' II I
ELsiexhnis Ai Ik Hipp
OON come th big event OS
SI the Orpheum season. wora
I has Just been received that
I Umimii Dlmsrtnr Martin Beck
la ' sending to Omaha . the
Orpheum Road Show for th
week starting" March 11. The array of
special features I to be headed by Marie
Nordetrom, Who. in private life is Mr.
Henry E, Dlxey. It will be recalled that
her most recent suoceta was scored a
Fannie . In ' Bought and Paid For."
Assisted by her sister France Nord
strom, .she t to present a dlvertlsement
called "Bits of Acting.'' The offering is
said to display with admirable effective
ness the versatility of Mrs. Dlxey.
Tom Lewis in "Brother Fans" Is to be
another of the'oonsplcuous features. Then
there is W. C. Fields, known a th silent
humoflst.' Grant Simpson, well known
In Omaha, since formerly he wa Identi
fied with the Woodward Stock company
at the Burwood theater, la to coma with
Lulu McConnell in the one-act comedy
"At Home," by Herbert HaU Winalow.
The sinking band, kno-n a Ralph Dun
bar's White Hussars, is to-be another
feature. Bankoff and Girlie will be seen
In their own conception of modern dances,
and' Val Harris, with Jack Manlon, will
present a song sketch called "Uncle Jerry
st the Opera."
' In addition to the well-know musical
comedy star, Billy B. Van, th Orpheum
show this week will have a aeeond head
line attraction in Ideal, the champion
fancy swimmer and diver. Assisted by
the Beaumont Slater. Mr. Van will b
seen in a sketch called "Spooks." Bom
of hi most conspicuous auocease have
been in "Little Nemo." In "Patsy
bo liver,'' in "Patsy in Politics," and la
"The Other Boy." Champion fancy
swimmer and diver Is Ideul, one of whose
remarkable feats wa th swimming of
the Whirlpool Rapid of Niagara Fall.
Ideal Is a specimen of physical perfec
tion. In vaudeville she gives a sensa
tional exhibition of diving. Her act Is
elaborately staged. Rebla is much mora
than a clever Juggler; ho Is also a pan
tomimic comedian. Blackface comedian
are La France and Bruce, said to be the
most diverting team in vaudeville, feantly
and Norton will make their Initial local
appearance) together. Tr.ey are two dap-
jxsr chape, described as slngor with
trimmings. Alfred Walleratcln, the boy
'cellist of California ,1 to be another
attraction of merit. Hi accompanist
will be the composer and planiste, Lira.es
Adele Freebey. The distinguishing leature
ef the perforraaaoe to be given by the
Danube Quartet is rapidity and t.is
variety of new ethiei s feats tby per
form. Once again this week the Orpheum
Travel Weekly will project motion pic
ture oi t'.rang. tn4 pivtureeque place
the world evar.
"Samson," th great Henri Bernstein
drama of high finance and, domestic
Intrigue, with it powerful lUustratioa
of tb higher and the lower of man's
passions, U to be ptseaUd at th Boyd
thl week, with Mr. MuhoaU playing th
role of Maurice Borchard, th butcher
who mow to be tha greatest power en
th Pari bourse, presented in Omaha two
season ago by Jamea K. Hacks. C The
role I one of the most dramatic of all
bt modern play, while the part of hi
wife. Ann Marie, to be pled by Miss
McHenry, la equally strong. Mr. Manning
will hav the best role yet assigned to
htm, that of Jerome 'e Geralne, tho per
fidious friend of Brjclmrd, who takes
advantage of the husoand's confldonre
to win a fortune and to intrigue with
the wife. The climax of the pluy is tre
mendous and startling. , Mr. Llndholm
has given much care to Its preparation.
On Tuesday evening ' tho Grand Opera
Quartet will sing selections from favor
ite operas. "Samson" will be offered
first at the. matinee ;bls afternoon, and
will run all week( with other matinees on
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday after
noons, . l
The, expression, "Milk' Man's Matinee,"
ha long been a standing Joke with show
men all over the world. Exactly what
It ever did mean has never been satisfac
torily defined. It was always a sarcastic
appelatlon applied to shows that ran long
Into, the night through poor construction
and ' stage management or to special
freak performance given at election
time, on holidays, special benefit per
formance, etc. The word matinee Itself
ha always been much discussed as to
It true meaning, the contention always
being that in its pure sens It meant a
morning performance. . .
"Tlllle' Punctured Romance." th six
reel Keystone motion comedy drama, haa
the distinction of being the first offering
in the history of the amusement world
that ha played in New York and Chi
cago to a steady stream of patronage
twenty-four hour each day. Thl re
markable achievement prove that com
edy ha tho strongest appeal after all
and when situations are acted by a cast
composed of Marie Dressier, Mable Nor-
mand and Charlie Chaplin, with thelt
well chosen support, knowing one do
not marvel at the result o much after
all. TIM' Punctured Romance" la a
Keystone product. Mis Dressier I cast
a an unsophisticated country girl, Charlie
Chaplin a the suave rlty chap, and Miss
Normond a Charley sweetheart. It
run through two hour ef uninterrupted
fun. Thl motion comedy drama starts
an eight-day engagement at th Bran-
Will Sing at Boyd
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dels commencing tonight, giving four
show dally, at 2, 1:80, T:30 and o'clock.
Charles Waldron, produce of the two
act musical farce,"Tho Legend of the
Ring." in which th "Trocadero Bur
leaquer" will be seen at the popular
Gayety this Week, beginning with a
matinee today, has provided Frank Fin
ney, the principal comedian with on of
th strongest casts In musical burlesque,
in addition to a lavish production, scon,
tcally, as to costume and in lighting ef
fects. Mr. Finney presented this same
clever ' book" at the Gayety last season,
but a hi coming wa late and he had
to contend with the bad weather of May,
many of hi admirer remained away
from the theater. However, such will not
be the case the coming week, as the ad
vance sale I very heavy. Timely sou.
venlrs will be given to all attending the
grand St. Patrick' day matinee Wednes
day, March 17. Ladles' dime matlnes
dally all week.
An -Innovation Is offered for the first
half of the week at th Empress In the
form of a tabloid muelcal comedy, with
the fulj quota, of girl, musio and Scenery.
Max Bloom has revived and put Into
tabloid form hi old mualcal comedy uo
oes "Th flunnyslde f Broadway," and
this I to be tha subject of the first
,tablold offering at the Km press theater.
"The Greyhound" will b the photo-play
offering for the first half of the week.
The last hair of the woe la offered "The
Candy Store Girls," In a blending of
sweetheart and sweetmeat, with three
other act of quality. Clyde Marlon
are billed a the Laughing Fiends, white
George W. Day and company offer a
on Tuesday Night
yzy v ,
comedy sketoh entitled "In Dutch." Cal
loway nd r.lltott close the vaudeville
offering In a song and chatter skit, en
titled "Squirrel Food." The phot at
ti action for the fast half of the week Is
Pxcinalve, flrnt run .paramount feature
films wl'l be shown at the Hipp theater
today, all this week and In each change
of program. In accordance with Manager
St-Mank'a yearly ntract with the pro
ducer. I'nder the Contract tho (ream of
the I'nrnmcunt output, lth such stars
ate FMe .lanln. llaael Dawn. John ltarry
nor. Frltxl ftrheff, Marguerite' Clark.
1'lanche sweet. Duatln Iarniim, Victor
Moore, Valeaka Suratt and others will
l shown t xcluaively at the Hipp during
the next few weeks. -As ea extia special
attraction for t.xlay only, liatel Dawn,
the !wu:irn rtar r'.-ently seen on the
stay In -The Prbutante," will lie sen
at the lllpp in her film dehut. "One 6f
Our 3lrls," ltrouaon Howard's famous In
ternaKonal romnme. For Mnnday and
Tueailay Ihe Krohtnan sUr, Carlyle
UlarRwell, will appear In the thrilling.
A MI'SEM KTS
We'k Starting Hunlay, Matin eo, Mar.
billy b. mn
TBS BEAtmOBTT ItlTIlS
In Ihe ne-Act Comedy
By Bob Janette,
Th Unconcerned Juggler.
SANTLY AUD RORTOSI
Singer with Trimmings,
Europe' Canting Marvel.
ORPMEUM TRAVEL WEEKLY
nr wosib at wobi a mo nn. Arouhd the world with th
Orpheum Circuit motion picture photographer.
yrloe Katlaee, gallery, loo. ast teat (saeept gatarday and Baadag), BSe.
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BgAW PBI8 Today 4 P.
, , , Tlollalst Tasarpassad. -
' - TlckeU COc, $1.00, $1.50 and 2.IK.
8 DAYS COMMENCING TONIGHT
THE KEYSTONE OF KEYSTONES
TILLIE'G PUNCTURED ROMANCE
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S O U O Z. A B06t
16th k Xaraar an.
KXCLUNIY K, VlllHV Itt'X,
Film Debut of
La to Star "The Dbatute, la
MONDAY nd Tl'K8DAY
IsanlPl Frohman Freaenta
OAIILTLH IlIiACKWUUU .
Nauticiil Laugh and Thrlllfl.
WEDNESDAY ana TlfVIlSDAY
In m J3oworth Hit,
"Tke wmt OF Kim"
Written by Herwlf.
FRIDAY ntl SATURDAY
Ixl M'eber and I'tUlUp Hruallejr
A Coiiiedy-Draiua of the
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VAUDEVI LLE TtfURSDAY
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SUil.flCMTtJES.S WEQ QKLY
rollicking romedjr-drama of the se. "The
fnltflre." Elsie Janls, wlio la well ret
membered liy 'oinahAns s the star of
musical comedy at the Brandels, will bt
Ihe strong drawing .card for Wednesday
and Thuredny in the Boswortlr feature,
"Tho Caprices of Kitty." which Mini
Jnnls wiete herself and la described ai
"a thousand nluhts of vaudeville In on."
The hill for Friday and Saturday Is
powerful romedy-drama of the California
oil fields, "flnnshlnn Molly." with Ioi
Wrher and Plillllp Smalle, in the Wadlns
CLOSE DUNDEE SCHOOL--'.
ON ACCOUNT OF MEASLES
Because, a number of raaesuof Chicken
pox and measles have recently developed
among the Dundee si h mil children, the
I'UbhV school of that suburb has been
closed for a week en advice of the-village
council, school board and health officers.
There la ralv no epidemic gnd no serious
eases so tar as la known, the cloelnt; of
he ai'hot1 ' hjivlug beeh dcw'Mecl : upon
merely as a f rerautlonary measure.. :
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Champion Lady , Fancy Swimmer
. and Diver, of -the World.
LA FRAHSE & DHuCE
Monarch of Black Face domedy.,
' "Til Aa0 tTMHTT.'' '
The Wonderful Boy' "Cellist
GRACE ADELE FREEEEY
CVimposer and Flanlete.
Ons Bolt end
a IhU of Screams
Matinee Today-All Week
The Sensational Dramatic
Br Author of "The Thief."
Mat. Wed., Thura., Sat., B5c
Night, S5c, 60c
TneauUy, rtociety Mght, :
Orand Open Quartette '
You Kcx"p Your Money "
When You Attend tho Boyd.
NEXT WEEK, V
Oeo. M. Cohans Ulg Musical
Fifty f'ilss From Boston
. No Advance In Price, .,
"OatAKAY TV CIHTIIl
ij&rt! LCTl L aUyMaviSJB.BO
niie Columbia Circuit's Classiest' now
Th Blusrre, pml-rrler,tal Travesty.
"Tlie Ix-Kfud of the FUn-." Only mus
ic &1 Dhow tn town. "Lucille of London"
lieauty Chnriin. Tlmrly souvenir to all
at St. lPalrl-k'a Iay Mat , Wert., Mar 17.
Xiadies' Sim Matlaee Week. Da.
Teacher of Singing
Wsw iooaUoa S04 Lyrio Bldr.
lsth ana Tarana ats.
Bssiaeaoe raoae, Uarney 823B.
The Wellington Cafe
1X1 yTaraam St. T. V. MUler, Trop,
TASUi D'KOTI ttinVVt, SOe.
Oyster I'ocklall . ,.
roiiBoiums oX vTjiekcin. '
tjuoen Olives . : Raliah4
Cweet Pic kles ' Celery
Kont I'rline Kllm of Bef, au Jim
llolleci Hed fiiHppci-, MhUio I-"larnnande
LraT of felptina Lamb. C'ur hsuc
Baked i'hlcken with ireHuis"
Maahe.t potatoes Crnjibeny t-auae
Hpaa-ltettl a la Italian or June Pea
Muahrci New Turnips
1- rult KiUa.l
Paiker ilou Hull
Pltttd f'lirrlif or Oreen Apple PI
Mince Pie with 'ho
Wine JIlv. Wlil(ie,l Oleam
Bisque of Almond Its l'im trim Cake
Coffee Ta Milk Oocoa
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