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HAYOG OF HARRIMAN
STRIKE IN HOLIBfcRS
Attorney for Men Sayi Sixteen
Driven to Suicide and Nine
Made Iniane aa Result.
public ornnoN influenced
CHICAGO, April 11. The havoc
wrought among the 30,000 shopmen,
whose etrtke aealnst the so-called
Harrlman lines In 111 was lost, was
sketched statistically yesterday he
fore the United States commission on
The, witness waa Frank. Comerford,
for many years attorney for the men.
Onv thousand question blanks were
sent at random to the strikers thirty
four months after the strike. His
figures, Mr. Comerford explained,
applied to these 1,000 men,' and he
thought that a fair social survey of!
the whole number could be btalned
by multiplying hla figures, by thirty,
F.fferts mt Strike.
Of the 1W0 men whose replies were
checked up, according to Mr. Comerford.
14 were single when the strike was called,
Heptember 30. 1311. There were 1.7U chil
dren. ' imall number which ha thought
might t traced to low wsges and a sub
normal scale of living. Forty-two per
cent of the men owned their homes, or
war buying them. Tba strike cost IB
per eent of the their homes, and of the
whole number, 91 per cent moved from
. their lowly domiciles to eren cheaper
quarters. Twelve per cent of the strikers
had to sell their furniture and 10 per cent
to seek charity. Ths average period of
Idleness occasioned by the strlka was one
year. The witness claimed that ha had
traced sixteen cases of suicide to the
strike, and nine cases of Insanity.
"This, In brief. Is an attempt to repre
' sent ha man values la dollars," said Mr.
Julius Kruttschnltt, chairman of ths
board ef the Southern Faclfia, expressed
the view that public opinion settles most
strike, and generally with a eorrect ver
Arrest jH are). lesl.
Mr. Comerford stated, that of 1M cases
of strikers defended by. himself, 115 re
sulted In acquittals, ."not through any
cleverness of nine. iut on Ufa merits of
the case. '' The' arrests appealed, more to
the news Instincts of the editors than the
dismissals, however, end the fact that 11
of the men were Innocent, received far
less publicity thin the faots of their sr
rests. I do not attempt to criticise the
newspapers In this connection It just
happened that way," tha witness oon
"Tot publta opinion waa Influenced
s gainst the strikers Just In proportion as
their arrests were more widely published
than their acquittal. One pace of the
metropolitan advertising which the rail
roads bought broadcast would take a
year's salary of a shopman. We believe
iirpublio opinion, as Mr. Kruttschnltt does,
bnt these facts apeak for i themselves."
PLATE GLASS COMPANY
:I HEAD VISITS OMAHA MAN
R. T. Conley, general managvr of the
Pittsburgh Plate Qiasa company "of Ks.w
Ywk. is In Omaha visiting Prank Judson
of rfhe Midland Glass sod Paint company.
Mr? Conley Is aotnpasted by His son,
Leslie, who Is assistant manager of the
Kansas City, branch. . , .
Mr. Conley Is making a tour of Inspec
tion In the western and middle western
rtiuea. Ha has prantlcally completed his
trip and declares that he rinds OmahA
shewing the but growth of any city ha
lies yet visited.
-Mr. Conley will remain here two days.
i HYMENEAL .
RETTTBUCAN C1TT. Neb ., April 11.
Special. vO. W. Campbell and Miss lone
Brown of Mitchell, Neb., were married
at Bridgeport Thursday, April S, and ar
rived In Republican CUy Friday morning
for a short visit with relatives here and
In Alma before going to housekeeping at
Pe.lrer-Wt Ilia, ana.
BHATR1CH, Neb.. April lt-Srctal
Telea-ram.) Rosooe I Packer and tHUd
J9. 'Williams, both of Hollenbere-, Kan:;
were married here today by Rev. B. r
Mm. O. D. Warn. (
PIERRE, 8. D.. April ll.-(Bpec!al Tel
eram. Mrs.' O. D. Werne, one of the
pioneers of Sully county and the mother
of thirteen children, died at her home In
that county last night from a complica
tion of dlsesses.
l.asT Trie tm RtwkMl.
NORTH PLATTE. Neb., April ll.-(Spe-ci,l.
A trip down the South' Platte river
In a boat from Oreeley, Colo., to North
Platte Is the feat claimed w R. tji.
lard and William Ullard, who arrived
here last night They left Oreeley on Oc
tober 1 and were at Red L4on...Culo Jar
two months because of Ice. They had 1n-
tenciea to go to St. Louis, but decided
upon arriving here, te take the train the
remainser of tea way.
V. 8. tJIrl Weds Italia
manuiacture. were married at the Scuddcr
home holt today.
Culls from the Wire
.Tll-.off,'', canvass of the vote c
st I hli-RKo a munirii,.! ......
Uim M illim Hale Tnompnon. rupublicaa
dj-fafd Kol-rt U. 8weitsr, bjr .
l-iiiii va iwi.trit.
'., "rT M.;rrU W yrs old
-v, uiittni Morrlck of tin
uwtpwi court of the l.ialrM t of Colum
.. uiru ioiujr st iiKeavtlle. Mil. Khe
--- -iiuoiii.i.a VI Aiuanaai Llnuoln.
Willlem T. Klam. the Ht J-seph piivsl
" r.ovenior a. 1W1 hot and
-..i.i .i. m . i. rainvr or 1. M go
i HKaiin mill, in Kuiau Cliv hotti
tiMiay. s srsn-d a divona from Alice
aii aitompi o wreca an eaetbound
Irntcl by a boy who flagswi the train in
"" " jiaxin it iroui lumiing into an
uuainuiion pmueo on ine track.
riom nrneaui a niouno or rocks and
iid. to U.a layln In a vacant lot
In hronj, brought to light Die bfnty
of a oman. It lay tax down. Ap.
iur.tly the wooian had been dead two
Tl effort tf rcsll Couorllmsn John
l'iii-n. h-i1 nt the puliiic safety !-Iwrtrm-nt
of llou '''Ti 'a . by tie Go.l
iif omnl laim. The rtty clerk had
l.- i1d lis tni.Hi was In.wffl.'t'Ut The
rixll movriiriit was due U ' aJlfKrd
krai'ns In the puli d-i ai tnifitt, t'uif
if -.,iic Pierce now being ou tital ua
a i :tit irn y ctscse.
i.i ,r,g-1 Atrn -Ouetavo r Rosa.
!""'" t Koetf.ru .nrt Ml.. M.ude
t iipilcs fecudder, sran.ldaughter and heir
or the lute htumel I'm.i.l... mini,. , '
Ordination Services -Are
Held at Lamoni
UAMONI, la., April 11 fPreclal Tele
gram.) Walter W. 8mllh of Philadelphia
preached te an overflowing congregation
at the faints' conference here this morn
Ins. In the afternoon two sacrament aerv.
Ices were held, one consisting entirely of
the priesthood of the church.
At 4. IS and ordination meetins was held
at which time the office of high prleet
was conferred upon Isrsel A. Smith, sec
ond son of the late President Joepph
Smith, snd the office of seventy upon
J. A. Koehler.
Tonight a csntsta called "Olivet to
Calvary," was rendered by the confer
ence jrhotr, nearly 100 participating. Mrs.
W. N. Robinson of Kansas City, and Paul
N. Craig of Omaha, were the soloists.
KANSANS HAY IIOT
HA YE INSTRUCTIONS
Delegate! to Republican Convention
Probably Will Be Unhampered,
Predicts Senator Curtis.'
FORECASTS REPUBLICAN SWEEP
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, April 11. '1
(Special Telegram.) "Kansa will
probably send an unlnstructed dele
gation to tha republican presidential
convention," said Senator-elect Cur
tis, of that state, who la In the city.
"The sentiment Is strong for the
'open convention' Idea and the way to
facilitate Its actions Is to reave the
delegates unfettered by Instructions,
"Our people, oonvlnned thst the republi
cans will sweep the country In 1918, de
sire the presidential candidate to be a
man in sympathy with the industrial, se
riculture! and financial Interests of the
nation and to be a man of sound judg
ment and advocate of wlss and conser
vative policies. " .
It Is believed by republicans of promi
nence hers that the plan .of Kansas for
an unlnstructed delegation will be fol
lowed In many states, which are not
hampered by a "favorite son" or tied
with the primary law as Nebraska Is.
The best Judgment Is that a majority
et delegate . will go to the convention
unshackled by definite Instructions and
bound only by tha desire to select a
meri who will appeal to ths confidence
of Industrial and business Interests.
. FONTENELLE' IS
. DEAD FROM WORK
(Continued from Page One.)
P. Burbank. . Ills grandfather also had
been a hotelkeeper.
William R. Burbank'a enUre up-bringing
was In hotels managed by his father, un
til he went to Yale college and ithen
started out to practice law. But his
hotelman'" Instincts got the beef of him,
and he left the law after a year, to en
gage In the hotel business, in which f is
rise was rapid. ' ,'. " y, . j r
Borne of ths 'best hotels received his
services In Important capacities. Hs was
dbnnectod 'with such Nsw Tork hba&.rius
ss the Manhattan, the Holland 1 House,
ths Waldorf-Astoria and Hotel Astor,
having been with the latter for two years
ss assistant manager. Then he waa as-'
sletant manager of the Tales hotel at
Syracuse, N. Y., before going to the new
Onondsga as one of the managers.
Came to) Oaaahai froas Srraease.
From there he came to Omaha as presi
dent and managing director of Hotel
Fontenella, whose owners psld a fee Ct
tlt.ooo to a hotel broker In order to get
such sn sble hote'.msn as lessee. Ths
Fontenella opened for business February
25, following Toat trying efforts by Mr.
Burbsnk In completing the furnishing and
organisation of ths big' hotel under a
strain proportionate to the magnitude o(
the undertaking and the short time avail
Even before the formal opening, be was
not In ths best of health, as a result of
his rather frail constitution and ths
stress of his work. The night or the
directors' dinner, he wss scheduled to
respond to a toast, but was unabls to do
so, and when the load Of worry and
responsibility was lifted from ' his
shoulders by ths successful opening of
ths Fontenelle. he sustained a physical
and nervous collapse that had confined
him largely to his suits In the hotel since
Besides his wife, he Is survived by a
little son. only 4 years of sge, and byy hls
brother, Abrahsm Burbank, who la as
sistant mansger of the Fontenelle.
, Shock Own.
I am tremendously surprised and
shocked and sorry to learn of Mr. Bur
bank's sudden death." said John U Ken
nedy, representative of the Brendels, In
tsrests, which are largely concerned In
the ownership of the hostelry which was
leased to Mr. Burbank'a eompany. the
Inter-Btete Hotel company. -
Tha news of the latter" a death was a
decided surprise to everybody, snd all
who heard It Saturday ss pressed the
keenest sympathy for the wife, brother
and otber relatives, who must bear toe
brunt of the sad affair.
Gurd.cn W. Wattles, president of the
Douglas Hotel eompany, which ewps ths
Fontenella building. Is not In the city.
Falls rity Kdltor Thanked,
FALLg C1TT. Neb.. April lL-fSpeclal.)
About fifty man and women went to
the home of A. R. Kelm Thursday night
snd took him by surprise. Ths party
comprised the leaders of ths "dry" cam
paign and the successful candidates on
tbe nonpartisan ticket of the city elec
tion who wished to extend to ths editor
of the Journal their appreciation for his
A STONE QUARRY
IN YOUR BLADDER
tlravel and a ions in lite bladder are
two ef tlie greatest Hangers to man
kind.' Nrglect and abuse of ths kidneye
(and urinary tracts are directly respon
sible for Uirsa rundltlons. At your
time of ll's you must not take chanrss.
If your kidneys do not properly filter
out trom your body Ilia iwlaona whl.-li
sire ae uinulating rvery rntmit of the
day, trouble is sure to follow. I'rio
sa;1i poisoning, rlHtuiuattsm, nervoue
disorders, skin disfigurement can all ba
traved strais'it to the kidneys and blatt
or. but srarsl and stone In the blad
der are Ibe most painful symptoms of
The best tMng In te world for these
troubles is (J)l.l si I-.UAL. Haarlem on.
aow put u la Caveulea, for ever. two
COUHTY FAIR WILL
Modern Groundi to Be Provided on
Tract Between Omaha and Ben
ton Hear Kng Park.
RACE TRACK, NEW BUILDINGS
Where shall the county fair be
. This question, long a source of
strife In the Douglas County Agricul
tural society and the cause of a near
riot at tbe annual election last Octo
ber, has at last been settled, and
quite permanently, the officers think.
As the result of negotiations ratified
at a meeting of the thirteen directors
of tbe society Saturday, the Douglas
county fair will be held. for the next
five years, at least, on the twenty-five-acre
tract just across the road
east from Krug park, between Omaha
and Benson, and on the street car
line and macadam road.
The decision, it Is understood, means
ths Installation of a modern plant. Includ
ing suitable building and a raoe track.
For years the east and west ends of the
county hsve quarrelled more or less over
ths location of the county fair. At the
last election of officers of the agricul
tural society, which manages ths fair, the
voting was entirely on the basis of fair
location, and charges of Illegal voting
Ths director at yesterday's meeting de
cided to settle the Issue for at least five
years by a compromise thst wss accept
able to practically all of them. Under
the arrangement agreed upon, Benson
business men will pay the fZf annual
rent on the proposed grounds, fence them
snd furnish HgMt and water.
' Improvements to Be Made.
The property belongs to the Metropoli
tan Water district. The grounds will be
Improved with a race track, grandstand
and suitable buildings for housing the
fair, the agricultural society to meet thst
"We. are all glad the fair location la
settled," said Treasurer Louis Henderson
after the meeting. "It means that for at
least five yeara the county fair will be
held across the road , from Krug park,
convenient to both Benson and Omaha by
street ssr and auto, and also to the west,
north and south ends of tbe county by
main roads. The location Is the most
practical available, for It Is near the cen
ter of population, will gt big crowds
and will be a fine Improvement to Omaha
In addition to deciding upon the site
for ths fair, the society's directors chose
superintendents for ths dosen or more de
partments which will comprise the fslr.
The date of this year's fair was not set
tled, but will be fixed later so as not to
conflict with the Ak-8ar-Ben or other
Important festivities. Another meetjng
of. the directors will be held next Satur
day In the agricultural society's rooms at
ths court house,
James Walsh of Benson Is president of
the society; Mr. A gee of Wstertoo Is vice
president snd John F. McArdls of South
Omaha is Secretary.
A base .ball diamond and bleachers W
ready torapy part of the grounds chosen
for the fair, so that with the propose
race track and ball park jplenty of sport
is'prdrhbW&;tn sonV.eAftB with the bij
fall event. "
Holdings pf Federal !
k Reserve in Bank ;
Gains for the Week
WASHINGTON, Ajirll 11. Holdings of
legal tender notes and silver certificates
by Federal Reserve banks Increased
about K400.000 during the last week, ac
cording to ths statement of their condi
tion April 8, Issued yesterday by the
Fsderal Reserve board. Tt shows: '
Cold coin and certificates. ....... 2M,M0,CO3
Lgal tender notea, sliver cer
tificates and subsidiary coin., sona.vw
mils discounter and loans: i
Maturities within thirty days.,
Maturities within' sixty days.,..
lue from Federal Reserve
- banks. Items In transit
All other resources
Total resources tS4O.7O1.00O
Capital paid in I S,1
Reserve deposits sh.vu.imi
Federal Reserve notes In Clr- ,
All other liabilities 46.000
Total liabilities ....U40.TOi.ono
Gold reeurve against net liabilities, 80.1
Cash reserve against net liabilities. M l
Per cent. i
4 "ash reserve against lisDimies. arter
settms aside 40 per cent gold reserve
against net amount of Federal Reserve
notes in circulation, tt per cent.
SALT LAKE JITNEY BUSES
UNABLE TO SECURE BONDS
SALT LAKE OITT. April ll.-Salt
Lake City's Jitney bus service was dis
continued today as a result o fthe In
ability of the Jitney operators to obtain
tbe surety bonds required by the city
ordinance recently enacted The surety
companies demanded collateral security
from the Jitney eperetors to the full
amount of the indemnity bonds required
by the city.
Steel Workers' fa.y Cat.
8TKUBHNVILLK. O.. April 10.-Notlcs
were posted today In ths sheet depart
ment of the La Belle Iron and Hteel com
pany's plant here that, effective April
ttK wages would be reduced 11 per cent
Poor business and the recent reduction
enforce! In many other sheet Plants were
given as the cause. Five hundred un
organised men are affected.
hundred yars this standard, reliable
medicine has been a great boon to man
kind. Thousands of bliy sirlans us It
in their daily prmcll.s. What better
recommend! ton could you ask? The
raHules will filter and clarify your
kidneys and urinary tracts so quickly
you can h&rdly believe tt. AnJ at audi
a smaJl rust. The Imported senulne
UL.I MKl'AI, Haarlem oil Capsules
are sold by druggists senerallv. Prices,
I.'.C. 60c aud fl. OS. Tour drusglat will
gladly refund tbe purchase price if they
do :i"t help you. But be sure to Insist
on GOLl Mf.DAU They are the only
genuine Ifkarlem Oil Capuia Imported
freak every month from Holland, by the
Genuine Haarlem Oil Mfs. t'o. Ainert
rsn Of ce, I i Water t . New Turk
C1UV -All others sue imitations.
From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April ll.-tKpei Is) Telegram.)
Word has Just been received by friends
of 3. P. Rising of Kansas City, thst he
has been eppnlnted chief of the nstlonal
bank examiners of the Tenth district,
which comprises the ststc of Nebrssks,
Kansas, Oklshoma. Colorado and a part
of Missouri. '
Mr. Rising Is a Nebraska boy and was
brousht up on a farm near Rising City.
His first bsnk experience wss with the
First Nstlonal bank of David City snd his
rise has been rapid, since that time,
finally landing him In a responsible bank
ing position In Ksiurs City. He will hsve
rhsrge of 1,i0 national banks.
HIGH SCHOOL DANCE
HAY N0TBE GIVEN
Board of Education Said to Hare
Interrened to Prevent Event
CABARET FEATURES FLAY PART
Following pronounced opposition
of members of the Board of Educa
tion to the grand, ball and cabaret
entertainment, which students and
alumni of tbe Central High school
planned to give at Hotel ntenelle.
April 23, under the name of the high
school, Superintendent of Schools E.
U. Graff Is said to have been or
dered by the board to withdraw his
previously granted approval and for
bid the boys to give the affair
However, the latter object to call
ing off the dance, after spending
much time and money during the last
two months in preparing for it.
Many Conference Held. .
The result has been lengthy conferences
between board members. Superintendent
Orai'f and Principal Reed, on one side,
and the dance committee of boys and
their parents on the other. .
The dance committee comprises:
Rilviril 7.frk1 - !.... n. tr
and. Mrs. Joseph 8. Zlpfel, 2224 Larlmore
V.nil,- . Wra 1 I T .ira I,. i. m lnn...
of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Lovejoy, ianl Plnk-
n'7 nesier . j nmoie, a junior,
son of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Trimble, 2d4
Meredith avenue, and Henry Howes, an
alumnua. son of Un. M i Knw.. , 'i
Cite Stanelaa- Rale. '
A standing rule of the Board of Frlu-
cation against connecting the name of
tha high school with any student social
function Is said to have been eitM hv
members of the board. Rev. D. B.
Jenkins, one of the newly elected mem
ber of the board, la understood to be
the leader of the board's opposition.
While citing that ride of the board
aa the reason 'for wanting the dance
cancelled, the board Is also, supposed to
find special objection In the fact that
a big program of cabaret features is
featured In the announcements of the
ball. - The standing rule asrslnst con.
nectlng the high school name with social
affairs has. been repeatedly and openly
violated for years, says the students, and
was regarded as a dead letter ty the
students,. . . .. i .... ,
I think Ue boys wlU give their dance
anyway,"' one of the parents 'said last
night. "The matter has cons too' far
now to be called off."
Relief frosa Arste Rheaasatlssa
John If. Qron. Winchester, N. H.,
writes, "I suffer from acute rheumatism
snd Sloan's Liniment .always helps
quickly." tSc. By sll druggists. Ativer
tr.'sn ' fT!
lUiUQ lWraG-ti lOSlStt U HDD3
The way of the Burlington's through coast service is
main traveled rone via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt
all-year way, its renowned scenic value as an essential
combine aa a powerful magnet to attract trans-continental travel.
. TJaCie ' 0$ (Soiiipir'ei-ensSvG
Go, this way one way; go the other way through the Northwest via Portland and
Seattle; combine the two with the Ocean Coast voyage between San Francisco and
Portland in one of those "Palaces of the Pacific" steamers NOHTHERN PACIFIC
or GREAT NORTILCItN, with the proportions of ocean liners and the speed of ex
press trains. .
Ask lor Exposition, Glacier and Yellowstone Parle literature.
Ticket Office, Fu-nam and Sixteenth SU. . Phones DougUa 1238 and Douflas 35S0L
"COME AGAIN," SAYS
LORD K. TO CANADA
Kitchener Calls on Dominion to
Send Another Expeditionary,
i Force to Europe.
OVER 100,000 IN SERVICE NOW
OTTAWA, Ontario, April 11.
Lord Kitchener has called on Can
ada for a second expeditionary force.
The newg was given Parliament
tonight by Premier Sir Robert Bor
den, who said that ths call had been
expected for some tlme
Three months ago General Kitch
ener was Informed that the forco
was ready in Canada to board troop
ships and sail for Europe. Premier
Borden said that since that time the
war office had been kept fully in
formed on its training and has from
time to time made suggestions,
which have been followed with ab
solute precision by the Canadian au
thorities; Now that the summons
had corns, the second expeditionary
( makes sick
Let the map show your choice of routes available
at the $50 excursion rate to California, also the
wide circuit tour through California, and the
Northwest available at the $67.50 ratc-a tour that
Includes the scenic, the highly developed agricul
tural regions and the attractive cities ol the West
force would go forwsrd st sn un re
vealed date in the near future to Join
the first expeditionary campaign
force now at the front The Can
adian second expeditionary force had
not been summoned sooner "forfrea
sons which commended themselves
to the head of the' war office and
reasons which are generally recog
nized." Premier Borden gave a statement
showing that. In the Dominion and
abroad on the payroll of Canada
101,560 men in the military service.
BIG CROWD BARS WOMAN
ROLLING PEANUT. ON BET
CHICAGO. April ll. Four policemen
were unsble to protect Mrs. Etta Mae
Free from the crowd that threatened to
overwhelm her when, she sttempted to roll
a peanut around the city hall at noon to
day. Mrs. Free wss paying the penalty
for believing that Robert M. Sweltxrr waa
(,-olng to be elected mayor. After she had
gone fifty feet she wss compelled to give
up because the police could not make a
path through the crowd.
Nfsrs Desera4o Slain..
PINF.WOOD. B. C. April U-Joel Green,
a negro desperado, was shot to death by
a posse today after he had been treed in
a awamp near here by bloodhounds. He
was armed with a shotgun, two pistols
and a knife, and wore a stebl breastplate.
No matter how long you hare been ;
tortured and disfigured by itching-, burn-
. ing, raw or scaly skin humors, just put '
a little of that soothing:, antiseptic Res
inol Ointment on the sores and ths
suffering stops right there I Healing
begins that very minute, and in almost
every case your skin gets well so quickly
you feel ashamed of the money you
threw away on useless treatments,
Ksslsol Ointment ead Xsehtoi Seas claw sway
aimplaa, blackheads and dandruS. Sold by all drug. .'
Ktsi for trial site ei tack free, writs te Kaauwa, -i
pt M, Baltimore. Md. 'A Void boiMkwa.
the scenic way through the
Lake. The geography of this
in a "See America'' tour all
A Child DoesiVt i
Laugh and Play
Mother! Your child Isn't naturally
cross and peevish. 6e If tongue is
coated: this Is a sure sign Its little
stomach, liver and bowels need a clesns
Ing at once.
When listless, pale, feverish, full of
cold, breath had, throat sore, don't
eat,. sleer or set naturally, has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, remember, a gentle
liver and bowel cleansing should alway
be the first treatment given.
Nothing equals "California Syrup of
Figs" for children's ills: give a tea
spoonful, and In a few hours all the
foul waste, sour bile and fermenting
food which is clogged in ths bowels
passes out of the system, snd you have
a well, and playful child again. All
children love this harmless, delicious
"fruit laxative," and It never falls to
effect a good "Inside" cleansing. Di
rections for .babies, children of all ages
and grown-ups are'plalnly on ths bottle.
Keep It handy in your home. A lit
tle given today saves a sick child to
morrow, but get ths genuine. Ask your
druggist for a 60-cent bottle of "Cali
fornia Pyrup of Flgw," then look and
aee that It Is msde by the "California
Fig" 8jmip Company." Advertisement.
fl,, ' it
GROTTB BROS. CO. .
Bevoted to Btrtctly Clean, Claaay
Huawaji BVMiiSUSS I
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Wita That Jolllest of J0U7
est of Jolly
Zb ft Two-Aot Oonoootlon of
"THE RISING SON"
Always Was One of the Xianffalnr
Sits of the Cirouit.
BEAUTY CHORUS OF BELLES
Wlthsut hla fsmeus hlfk-pHcbad plain
ttve cry that lavarlablr arns off Mi
tormentors, he wouldn't bs Johnls
Webar but ha hu It with him, mora
eonvtsrlnc and funnier thaa ever. Ths
costumes aad aUsa settings are eallghta.
K. L.. JOHN80N. Msr. OafMr.
SvsaJsirs. annday H KoUday Mats.,
15o, Sfto, BOO and Too
hw sunt tf you llks, but no imolnnu.
SADIES' lrt AT AsTT WHEK
TICKXTS IW SAT aCATUVXA
HhIv Carriers flsrsire n the T.ohh"
nUAHDEIS mim 8:20
yilttllaa.l Tues. and Wed.,
mm gstf aV SSTVI Wat 4
slVUgn eOO VO ali atak. Siswt awK, $1
SAT.. APBXTa lTTK. MAT. aad ETVO.
The aVolllfUng Knsloal Comedy luooess
M a y he w
Zvesdng, 6O0 to $3.00; aUV. S&o to A1.B0
ITsst Unm afoau, Tnea.
aad Wed. Vlghts.
Pop. Mat., Wed.
It's Xeary W. Savage's
sad its the blggeet
popala mostoal hut ia
ysars, with afissl Ksios
aad JTew Tork east.
O O D OMAHAT. HOST
kwav m smw sosolu Thsatar
TOBIQKT ASTD WIIZ
Geo. tt. Ooaaa'e big naaioal eomsdy
Talk of Hew York
Tnse. Society night, Bstweea sets I
MAm SOILOW QOAKTET
aiats WtH. Thoxs aad Sat., S5e,
Mights. S6c, too.
STsxt Weak "TA.IO 1ST TVLL"
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Fhoae Seng. 494
SUSS sTITTT I tnhr Attn Jack VtllBoa.
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- ol tha tore, Maria Klu-
ttbea. Mine. Han ir'ii.ntny. Krtiuika Brothers.
Scwhoaae. liodr IV . OriOieum Traval Weakly
Fries' slatlaa lv. Haat saau Kurpl
raiurvaj lai suaaajii
SV. MsSla. Uk,
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