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TUB 1IKK: OM.UIA. TIKSRW, SiilTKMUHIl 14. l'Jl.'i.
IN LINCOLN CHURCH
Four Thousand Women Crowd Si
Panl'i Episcopal Church to
BETAS UlCrmiJO PARTY LATE
(Continued from r.e One.)
Unooln meeting wr mad In 'Whin-,-ton
many month eo and gave Mr.
Rryan credit for It. ".Nohndy can refuse
If. Brysn anything." Mid ho, with a
smile, "end when h Inalsted that I
should visit Unron at my earliest con--.-entenee
I simply had to promise to
Hi text tu taken from First rnter,
third chapter and fifteenth vpn: "Bo
teady alwais to give an answer for th
hope tht la within you." H Mid there
wa only ona hope, tha Christian hot,
and only ona book, tha blMa. Mclies
cannot aJwaya bring tru hr-pln-m, for
the wealthy With In vln for tha hands
that have turned to dust.
All Tfclaaw from tied.
Ha emphssl.ed tha fart that men and
women are ungrateful to Ood for the
blessings that are given them, forgetting
that from Ood all thin, good must on me.
-We reach out our hands and take
"We reach out our hand, and take every
thine,' aald he, "but forte to be grate
lie scored the woman who never had
time tn devote to her children and aald
that the eeddest thing In life to him waa
tha woman who had children playing
about her, growing up without any In
splratlon from her which would lead
them Into good Uvea. "I'nder such con
ditions," said he, "It Is no wonder that
the children (row up Ilka wild rosea."
"Man and woman are naver satisfied.
They are like people looking for rosea on
the cheeks of death. "VVfcen they have a
thousand dollar they want ten thousand,
when they have tan thousand they want
ona hundred thousand and when thsy
have a million they are not satisfied un
til It la ten million. When a man la
elected constable ha la not satisfied; he
wants to be sheriff, and than ha want
to b a atata senator, then he must be a
t'ongtreesman and then a president, and
after ha gets to be president ha wants It
three timet," and "BUly" showed his
first real self when he doubled himself
up and laughed at what ha had aald.
while the crowd caught tha fever and
Tha Work el Cad.
"peaking of God's plana, "Billy" said
that h wished hla hearers to know that
tho devil bad nothing to do with plan
nlng this Unooln meeting. Ita didn't
plan meetings of this kind. It waa all
the work of Ood.
On of tha sad things of a preacher's
life wa tha fact that ha had to look out
over hi congregation and realise that
there were many of them who, If they
died that day, would be In hell before
The girl who married a young man who
drank with the Intention of reforming
him after men-luge waa censured, and he
cited an instano where It did not work,
only one of the very many, ha aald
"U doesn't do any good to talk to these
iraixlrd-halrea alsste.". aald he; "they
know it all and they know It a great deal
better afterwards. A man who won't re
form during the love-making period la
not apt to stick to a reformation after
In closing his prayer Sunday prayed
for the Lincoln business man who eight
een years ago had been ao good to him
while he was In tha city. He also made
a special prayer for tha State Journal.
While mentioning no name, tha Lincoln
business man who waa kind to him ao
long ago la supposed to have been Dr. B.
I Paine, who waa present and who la
recovering from a sever Illness which
ha left him nearly blind.
On account of an order of the fire de
partment, tha meeting at 1J: o'clock,
for the men waa not ao large, polloemen
being present to enforce the fir ordi
nance which wa broken in tb forenoon
meeting when the aisle and emit of
the church were blocked with people. Dr.
Jeffrey, pastor of the church announced
that tha fir chief had ordered that the
aisle and antranoaa must be kept open.
Dr. Itf gers of "Plymouth Congrci atlonal
tnuroa ottered prayer.
geeka rvnyer for Omaha,
Mr. Bryan Introduced Mr. Vunday to
tha men, but aha appeared to b a little
bashful and only aald that aha hoped
people in Lincoln would keep en praying
In Introducing Mr. Sunday Mr. Bryan
aald that the law of supply and demand
wa getting together and much of the
credit wa due to tb Lincoln Young
Men's Christian association which had
been responsible mostly for the meeting.
"No on la this generation." aald he. "ha
been a able to bring; Christian righteous
nesa a Mr. Sunday and every oa In
Uil meeting should go away a better
Mr. Sunday took hla teat from First
Kings, second chapter and aeoond verse,
"Be thou atrong therefore and show thy
self a man."
"God Is no respector of persona," aald
Mr. Sunday, "but he U a respector of I
character." A fool may have a knowing.
look about him. but look out when h
open hla mouth, th stuff's oft then.
Christian character la th greatest thing
in the world and I am for It. Tou can
not Uv th lire of a moral blackleg with
out paying th price a long aa you live.
Some people think they hv got to sow
their wild eat. Lrt me tell you. The
beat time to sow that crop of oat la to
do It between th age of and M.
"Tou can't expect to train up a boy la
tlie way he ahould urtles hi father
goea th same way. A boy look to some
body for aa example and hla rather la lb
on wb abould set that example."
Far Rett !- Hell.
"If vry man would do right Sataa
would bank hi fire tomorrow, hang
rrep Oil th front door knob and bell
would be for rent."
Oo Into the walk of labor and you will
find just a much bllndneae to th great
neode of th whole country and the oumr
mimlty a you will find amen- th rich.
They can never be mad to understand
that the cost of th strike come out of
their own pocket and that more misery
ia brought about because of labor agita
tion titaa by com other thing which
they are against
Sunday than started out on th story
of David and aoUaih. In tailing It ha
appeared to regain hi old fir and th
tolling blow given, mingled with the
humorous way he told It, set the riwwd
ta a roar.
David wa a poor the pi eta boy up In
the hill, looking after sheep, aad one
uay he hapuikd to remember tbst he
had three brother duwn in ta Jeraallt
array that be hadn't heart from for
aueue time and ao be -a-Ka4 to go
ew aad call aa tbera. - ...
Tbe day b arrrtud be saw a hig stiff
Sundayisms at the
, Caught by Our Staff Artist
When it rf)ML)
-a. a )
waiving around out In front of the army
of the Philistine and h aald to his
brother. "Who's that big duffer walking
around out there a if he wa th whole
Hla brother told him that It wa tho
big guy of th other army. "Why don't
you go out and oall him?" asked David.
They replied that they were afraid of
him. Bo David aald, "I'll go out rod
meet th big duffer and take a fall out
Bo hla brother brought out a' utt of
armor and put it on David, but It felt a
great deal Ilka a. hnd-m-dxwn ult
four alse too bit,- and a ha took It off
and, gathering five atone from th
creek, ha took hi sling and went aut
to meet th big atlff.
Haw Galtata roll. I
"When th big fellow saw him oomlnt
he laughed at him and aald ha would
eat him up. but David calmly put a
atone In hla sling, whirled It around hi
head and swish, bin-, It struck th big
duffer in th head and he threw up hla
hand. Ilk. th..." d 1 W- throw ?
hand over hi head, gave an awful
"ouch" and fell prostrate on the plat
form. Thl caught the crowd and they
were a long link in getting over It-
Sunday than related tha story of hla
conversion whll he waa a member of tho
Chicago Whit Sox ball club. He aald
that three other member of th club.
Mike Kelley, Flint and Williamson, had
been downtown and had been oa a sou.
They were seated on th curb atone, near
where a goepet army wa elngln and
"Billy" became Interested and followed
them to their mission. Th result of It
waa that be wa converted.
Afraid f Gibe.
Then he wo afraid to ao back to th
Sox park fur fear hla teammate would
make Am of him for gottlng religion, but
after thinking it over two daya ha finally
mustered up courage to go back, and the
flnt man to grasp hla hand and wish him
good lueit was Mike Kelley. Then th
othar members of th team gathered
around him and aaaured him that they
were for him and he felt better. A few
daya later came the celebrated ram be
tween Chicago and Boston which would
decide the championship. It wa In th
ninth Inning and the score was I to I in
favor of Chicago and Boston at bat for
th last time with two men out, a man
on aeoond and third and Bennett, the
Boston catcher at bat, with three and
two an Mm.
"Now, Bennett could not hit a high
ball, but could hit ft low on," aald Sun
day, getting Interested In tho story.
whll the crowd appeared ta be just a
much Interested aa If they were watching
the game Itself, ao well did "Billy" tell It.
"Clarkson. pitching for Chicago, knew
the batter's1 weakness and o did Mike
Kelley, catching him, and It looked all
ever for Boston. I waa playing right
field and shouting to Clarkson, 'Just on
more pitch, old man. and th gam Is
Tb Old Ball ate. 4
"I made ready to make a break for the
club house. But when Clarkaoa started
t pitch his foot slipped and Instead of
giving Beitiwtt a high ball, th ball atld
over th plat low and. 'biff!' When I
heard It 1 knew that the tuff waa prob
ably off, for t could generally tell by
the aound of th bat when It hit tha ball
about what kind of a hit it wa and
knew that ball wa going over my head
Into th bleachers. I Just turned and ran,
and I wa some runner In thoee daya
and I could mak a HO yards in ten aeo
ond. and tlT way I tor back wa
caution. I dug my sho Into th sod
and yelled to tb bleacher t 0t out of
tha way!' and th crowd opened up just
a th waUra of tb Red Sea did that
time you read In th good book about I
mad" a big rush and a jump, stuck my
left paw up In the airand. smack, tb aid
Fifteen Me a Are Dollar Catek.
"Ton Johnson, a Chloag bulna man,
rushed ver aad grabbed m abeut the
beck aad hugged to. Then n hv4 a
M bill Into my hand aad added. Cm
downtown tomorrow morning and I'll buy
yea a fin uit of clothe. That atcb
cf your we m lUos.'
"On time when I waa telling th story
before a crowd of good Methodist breth
ren, aae eld Wnghiakerd da lea
aid to at. 'But you didn't take that
money, did rvuT 'Tea bet ywur life I
dkt,' X answered."
TU arewd shsnd a loudly a If tay
bad be watchinc tb jam and her
gussiey, loaaia- at M watch, aaaiaaii ii
i ' mm
Q6I HL TWi
that It waa only twelve minute to train
time and he would have to go. With a
abort prayer b abruptly closed th meet
ing and left the church.
Nearly everybody here la more than
satisfied, apparently, with th visit of
Mr. Sunday and hi assistant and only
fegret that he cannot come again. It la
understood that a special train will take
a large crowd down Thursday.
party rushes to catch train
Brvealtt I leaps Late sal Leaves
Hatel Wltaaf Breakfast.
"Billy" Sunday conducted rellKlou erv-
lef in Lincoln yesterday and in order to
get there and not mis his train he had
to go without an Omaha breakfast.
Mr, Sunday had consulted timetable
and had figured out that If he went to
Lincoln on the Burlington' 1:111 train
he would be there in plonty of time for
h consulted people about the Loyal hotel
and got the Information that if be went
en that train be would be too late for the
morning preaching 4t. It was too lata
to eat breakfast and oatoh the l o'clock
train, so breakfastleas h called a Jitney
bu nd with himself, "Ma" Sunday and
Mr. Itodeheaver, hurried to th depot
There "Ma" Sunday ran to the lunch
oounter and bought a sack of sandwiches,
after which ah beat It for th gate and
Munching a sandwich, "Ma" Sunday
passed th sack to her husband, with
th remark, "Pa. have a sandwich. It will
stay your stomach until you get to Lin
coln." Mr. Sunday refused. rting that he
would wait until h got to Lincoln before
eating. With a sandwich In each hand,
Bunday and Mr. Rod-heaver fol
lowed along behind Mr. Sunday, climbing
onto th train.
WALT MASON AND BILLY
SUNDAY SWAP GREETINGS
Walt Mason, th proealo bard of Kin-
port a, Kan., poatcarded to "Billy" Sun
day a follows:
'Blly Sunday, you're a winner. Tou' re
In a cles alone, rtound up th blooming
inner, and yank htm to th throne."
And "BUly." Just to show that he can
writ potry a well a preach, poatcarded
back t Walt tha following:
rm not a poet. Walt, you know, but I
envy you the mile you've strung around
thl world of our, for mile and mile
hwa Cltr Bay Blladea-
IOWA CITT. Ia. Sept IS. (KpeclaJ.)
IJoyd Hubbard, aged t, son of an African
Methodist Episcopal minister her. ws
shot tn th left ey with an acorn while
playing soldier. Ha waa Instantly
blinded. Surgeon say ther I no hop
of restoration of sight
V7iaf Every Mother Knows.
Ivory Mother know that during;
th tryinv prlod bafor baby cornea
tha us of laothra Frlnd, a depend
able external remedy obtained of
drutriat. la abaoluUly ncary aa
aa to avoid tha pains caused by undue
Unalaa UDon th crd. ligamenU
and muscle resulting; from muscular
ax Dan ion. Under U aurfac u
network erf An nrv thread and by
apDlvinr Mother's FYlend all the i
are aeethad and helped. Xnanaioa la'
natural and nains are relieved. lat '
many caiaa nausea, . morning icknar
ad ether cUatreaaee axe avoidee-
Does "Billy" Sunday Practice Just
What He Preaches Every Day?
The writer like "PHly" Punday, the
evangelist, and hss always believed he Is
sincere In what he le preaching In Omaha,
It is therefore not entirely pleasant to
lay bare an act of this man which took
place Just before Jhe meeting Bunday
Tha writer Is nt a ' knocker." but the
evangelist ha repeatedly asserted that
his life Is an open book, and he will be
lakr-n at hla word, and if he ha any de
trnae to make, it will be given due pub
licity In these columns.
Without beating about th bush, then,
Mr. Sunday waa seen in a open a case
of flirtation as can be imagined. It waa
slyly done and he pnJbabiy thought no
one noticed It. But the writer, seated at
the press desks, saw it all.
The evangel lot waa dressed a dandlly
as any matinee Idol on the stage, lie
wore a dark grey flannel suit of rloh
material, faultlessly out and freshly
pressed. It fitted hi lithe form to per
fentlon. The trouaers were held by a
white belt. Oold cuff link held the
cuff of hi fin whit silk shirt. He
wore a soft collar and a bow tie, low whit
shoes and white box. lie might have
taken th part of th young lover in a
The woman wa seatM on the ros
trum, somewhat back of th piano. She
waa a good looking woman of dark com
plexion and with luzurlent dark brown
The surprising episode occurred Just he
fore the evangelist began preaching. He
took off his elegant Coat and stood In the
splendor of hla whit silk shirt, perfectly
This Morning in
Prayer meetings In th Bunday cam
paign will be held at the following place
this morning at 10 o'clock.
Dlstrlot Where Held,
II - Mrs. Cumpbell, 8241 North 7th .
Mrs. Met 'lure, X340 Hedman Ave.
Mrs Hopkins. 4il Haratog-a.
Mrs. Foster, Wth and Uratid Ave.
Mrs. A. W. Miller, M23 1 .art more Ave.
Mrs. lllchards, 4.d and Vowler Ave.
Mrs. Martin, 4T7H N. 40th Ave.
It. M. Oosjean. 413 N. .th Ht.
II. V. learmont. 812 Meredith Ave.
Mrs. Carroll. 1171 Meredith Ave.
III- Mrs. H. H. Munaon. 3303 Curtis Av.
Mr. Long. H Klllson Ave.
Mr. F. H. Heeley. tM N. Hn St.
Mr. Rock. J7M t'amden Av.
Mr. Doedyn, 2M7 yort ft.
Mr. AhUiulst, 270 Meredith Av.
Mr. Wallace, 84( Templeton Ave.
IV- A. I Anderson, 231 Florence Blvd.
Mrs. W. Vanderorenk, 2M Meredith,
Mr, f. Knutsen. 474N N. 14th Ave.
P. B. Harne. 1X31 N. Kd St.
John Crawford, tm N. oth Bt.
C. B. Mntilll, 1HM Plnkney.
V- Mrs. Kston, 3M N. th St.
Dark Lunn. m Taylor.
Mr. Haven. 4418 N. 28th St.
M- T3.i al K 29th St
MrsI Hoyden. 27th and Manderoon.
Mr. Parry. 0'J N. 42dlW
Mre. McClelland, M13 &
ipaidlnac St. .
Mr. Nickron. 29th an
Mr. Weeden. SMI N. Wth St.
Mr. Peter. .M Evan St.
Til Mr. Hagerman, 104 N. S8th Av.
Mr, prur. 2(127 Emmet St.
Mr. Ruebaamen. Jstt Blnney St
Mr. Fellner, t't&t No. Sfith Ave.
Mr. Mtd.lleton, IMOT Corby St
Mr. Hoencer. 12 Mleml St.
Mr. Timey, ZWn No. th St.
Mr. Ro. m No, 2Mh St. .
VI II Mr Humphrey, 4137 Hrsklne.
Mr. Schmidt. 42.7 Ernklne.
Ml. Karl. W Charles St
Mr. Sullivan, m Franklin St.
Mr. Sornon, Patrick Ave.
Mr. J. B. Wooten. 4102 Lafavette Are.
Mr C. J. DUon, 1 Ltnooln Brvd.
Mr! W. B. Pmvn, ntt Caldwell St.
IX Mra. Jon, t-2 Emmett St.
Mr. Tuttle. U. B, Church. 19th and
W. Q. t:r. y Blnney St
A. A. Lamoraeux, 18l Blnney St
W. R. lavl 1511 Lothrop Bt.
Tteeldenre. 2 22d St.
Mr Baum. 258 Sherman Ave.
r. M. Smith, Tate Bt
Mr. Stubb. 1M9 No. Wh Bt.
X Mr. J. W. Marshall. 4fU Cas St.
XI-Mr. Rlc. SW Cuming St.
Mr. Mayiano, eai no. - 01.
C. K. Adv. 418 No. ath St
Mr. Solomon, '0 Dod.e.
XII Mr. C. C. Belden. Mil Harney St
Mr. J. Lewi. 114 8. Met St
MU Ada Ook. 17 Jarkson St.
Mr. Rvron Peterwm. M S. KMh Ave.
XIV Mrs. BBllev. 4ftS7 Leavenworth St.
Mr. C. A. Weeterfteld. lilt Mason fct
Mrs. Benne. 2n Marv St
Mr. George Clabaukrh, 19?S 8. d St
Mr. J. L. Root 1WI 8. S4th St
Mr. Mlddleton, 1V.'7 P. Slat Ft
Mr. Newman. i worn worm
tr. r V. Shw. 1117 Oeorwla Ave. .
Mr Horiees. H ih St
Mr. Perley, JW S. $2d St
Mr P. A. .lckv tf. S. d Ave.
XV-M-". Sm'th Oaatellar ISt.
Mr. Metralf. M Paclflo Pt
VIM Tlsoher. 1514 P. 4th Ft
Vr. Robtnao-i. Kit Hickory St.
VIaiis ta hn"ie.
Vr. C C. FWelenaer. 11 R, 10h St
Mr. R'. B. Cromwell. KK 8. Sth Pt.
For Loss of
Where there is Impaired digee
tion, with little relish for food, it
indicate a weak, general eondl
tion, caused by lack of phoephates,
of which the syatem haa been
deprived. Supply this lack and
appetite will assert Itaclf with tha
returning-vitality. To accomplish
1 taa aa-BT a tb errr"
17 POWELL ST. AT MaaKKT .
ttvgav coNVtNiKMct mo ceMroar
iuoi(n slam, ai eo and ttfwaaa
rait Am Bu M,M Trmim and SwMlM
M t-t a kettle h
creaaed trouser, white shoe, lie turned
his back on the audience and looked
directly at tho woman. Hla eye gaaed
Into hen and her gaxed at him. laten
with admiration, filled with love. Bh
smiled and mad a little meaningful
movement of her head.
This woman I well known In Omaha
and lives at one of the hotels. To the
ohaerver of the episode it wa easy to
ee that this wa not th first time their
eye have met and clung In mutual lov.
It wa easy to see that there la a bond
between th far-famed evajigcllat and
Tat this I th man who ha flung; hi
sarcasm and Inveetlve at young man and
women who flirt. The writer ha never
seen between the youngest pair of lover
any bolder flirtation than this which waa
covertly don just before the evangelist
preached th gospel and flayed society
for Its sin.
And often through th sermon a smll
that ttrayd lov and admiration for
th speaker wa on th IIP of thl woman
a ah sat and fanned and gaaed at him.
It wa th smll of th woman who love
and know ah 1 loved.
If the good folk of Omaha are now
sufficiently shocked and disappointed and
If th "black-hearted spawn of hall" In
Omaha are sufficiently shocked and de
lighted, we'll let the oat out of the bag.
The "woman" wa Mr. William A.
Sunday, wife of "BUly," who sat on the
rostuM and gaaed Into hi eyea with admi
ration and lov and at whom h gaaed
with double ditto.
But it waa a flirtation. Tea, we firmly
Insist, It waa.
Mr. W. S. Crlchton, S121 Caatellar.
Mr. Trank Wood. 24M S. 17th t.
Mr. W. W. Doten, S7ia S. Hh St
Mr. F, R, Jacob.. XT B. 7th St,
Mr. Bll, 1 H. Hh St
Mr. Meiwn Campbell, 14V7 Bancroft.
Mr. Mi;NIh, 3-T S. Mth St.
Mr. Thonka. t'iff Ier Park Blvd.
Mr. Stout, im S. lth Pt.
Mr, a. Mointyr, liri4 Ontario Wt.
Mr. W, V.
ban, UM S. Uth St
ARE MELTED INTO BARS
NEW YORK. Sept U-Oold bar. worth
tU.alS.OOO, which came to thia country
during the last three week. In th form
of British ovrlg-u, wer ready for
assaying and stamping today at the
United State assay office In Wall
street Th bare will remain In th
government vault until they are chipped
to on ef the United State mint to be
coined Into American gold pieces,
Thia British gold wa part of the great
shipment recently brought her from
England via Halifas to hlp establish a
credit in thl country to pay for tha pur
chases of war munition, by Great Brit
ain. MANSIONS HOTEL AT
COLORADO SPRINGS BURNS
COIiORADO SPRIWK; Colo.. Sept u
Tha Manalona hotel at Manitou, which
waa closed two weeks ago, waa de
stroyed by fire early today. Involving;
a lose of about fioo.ooo. Only th care
taker wa In th bulldlrur.
Varnon Long, nigh watchman, wa'
truck by a place of falling roof and
Two volunteer firemen were rendered
unoonsclou for a time from smoke.
Nlaht Ceh Relieved.
Dr. Bell' rine-Tar-IIoney aee your
cough, sooth th lung and Invite
sleep. Only Be. All druggist. Adver
tleement Wltte Conmlte Balelde.
MASON CITY, la., sept 13.-(Speciai
TelegTam.) Jilted by the girl ha loved.
Louis Wltte committed suicide last night
by drinking carbolic acid.
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face powder In her dealr to hid a
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hatha th faoa In thl and you'll find
tt w-re like an ad a"- F'hylli Moore la
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Thompson-Belden & Co.
Announcing the Visit
of Miss Adelaide McCauley
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Through tho courtesy of the manufacturers
of Eodfern corsets we are privileged to have
with us this, week Miss McCauley, one of their
She will be pleased to meet with ytm and
discuss youf corset problems and give you per
sonal attention in fitting the new Redfern mod
els best adapted to your figure.
You are cordially invited to call at any
houror moke' a definite appointment by mail
Corset Section Tnird Floor.
The Store for Shirtwaists
Exclusive blouses of plum, Paquin, sun
set, malzo blue and other fashionable plain
colors and stripes
$6.50 and $8.75
Other Fnll Blouses $5.00 to $16.50.
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Every Good Variety of
Avenging Less Than Half
Those Usually Asked
If you want to curtain on window, one
room, or your whole house this is the time to
Basemen t Curtain Section.
Presenting: GEORGE BEBAN in
Carl Lamp and His Strand Theater Orchestra.
PIPE ORGAH, Miss Usher, Organist
Entire charge of program every Sunday Tuesday
PRICES NIGHT-Boxes, reserved, SO cts.; Lower
Floor, 20 cts.; Balcony, 10 cts.; Second Balcony, cts.
Matinees Except Sunday and Holidays.
Entire House, 10 Cents.
COMING Friday and Saturday "Island of Reffener-tion.M
Victor Hugo's Masterpiece
A $100,000 Production enacted
by frYmrh 8tar. Alteenoona, t
to o, AU Scat 10c.
Mg;ht, T to 11.
CtUldreo, 10c Adult, 23c,
Tb Oalr Mlsh Ouws VaeatTlIU Circuit
Daily MUUbm, I ii. Bvery Nlstkt. (.1.
IOth-r Acts Tkl W-ki
Kutart U baklw Co..
nr. klMteel Brroao,
Walter Slwaaoe Mark
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TURPIN'G DAriCiriC ACADEMY, !Eth ani Ftrnam
Oaesa Mtr-T. aept. Uta. Adult beciooer Monday and TkurwUy. P M. Adult
, rriSTTuwTe-k t. 14. P. MTlMoiel OkUy new dano. tausht ta this c a-e
tfua?hoo. beinnra Vatorday. fcert 1 1, I P. M. Iupile '"JVl'i
t wtU t given tl reducuoa eo tkeket Aaoilcatioa receive in.. "''l
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And Three Other AeUr
10c ltS:Di 10c
Where the Omaha Bee
ARBOR IVY PALACE
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