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1TTK BEE: OMAHA, THrKSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1916.
Authoress Kills Electrician on E-2
Herself Because I Says Edison Sells
of Long Illness j Were Reversed
NKW YORK, Jan. 1 Mrs. Dora
SXnowtlon Kat.eni.f-, author, widely
inown as a t mutator of fYench and
Italian literature, committed si.ldde at
ISer homa today hy Inhaling gss. Pread
f a repetition ct two raralytlo strokes
from which aha had suffered and con
tinued 111 lifall.i v.ere ascribed by her
friends a the rrntlve for ending her life.
Mra. Kaneous wna a widow. To her
friend and literary coworker, Dr. Roltc r
Johnson, ahc left money for funeral ex
penses and a note In which aha aald:
"I am ao weary of mjr broken life, with
prospect of worse to come, that I can
not hear It any longer. God lll not ho
snrry with me. I hava confessed every
thing Io him. l(o knows how much I
ran bear, and must know 1 can hear no
Mra. rUneoja aa born In Ashflrld,
Mass., and waa about 0 year a old. Fhe
translated Into I.nttlish with Dr. Johnson
Cabrlela d'Ann'inxio'a "The Flame," and
with Robert Arnol editions of Ciuy De
At one time Kn. Rs neons was on the
tare aa a member of Aufttiatln I'aly'a
'company, playing with John Drew and
Militia Officer is
in Mexican Army
BROWNSVILLE, Tel., Jan. IJ.-Rrn-met
E. Walker, tinder Indictment In fed
eral court at Austin, charved with con
spiracy to defraud the. United Htates
government In connection with the
alleged aala of $100,000 worth of United
States army ordnance. Is serving as an
officer in the Mexican do facto army,
according; to wall authenticated Informa
tion here today. lie Is aald to have en
tered Mexlro In February, B. Just be
fore the Indictment waa returned.
Walker was swine- as assistant quar
termaster general of the Texaa National
guard at the time h" ' i'sld to hava aold
the ordnamr, liiili wns supposed to
hava been condemned ,inJ destroyed, It
Is charged that part of this government
property waa aold to Mexican warring
'actions. , j
The cw of. Captain C.eorge J., Ilnad,
formerly ji conynand of the Brownsville
guardsmen. . who . Is under a similar 'In
dictment, la act for tho term of the' fed
eral court opening at Austin tomorrow.
NEW YORK, Jan. 1 -Ramon Otto, an
electrician and member of the.crewof
the 10-2. who Is still suffering from burns
received In the explosion that destroyed
the submarine, testified before the naval
lourt of Inquiry today that he believed
two cells In the submarine's Edison bat
tery, which were bolnjf illscharfred nt the
time of the explosion, had become re
versed. This condition he said would result In
their belmr automatically recharged
while the other cells were discharged and
result In generation of hydrogen gas,
Ignition of which caused the explosion.
Miller Reese Hutchinson, who la attend
ing the Inquiry as a, representative of
Thomas Hdlson, gave out a statement
denying the batteries were to blame for
the accident and attributing It to Im
proper ventllntlon. .
Lieutenant Charles M- Cooke. com
mander of the E-2, told the court of
Inquiry that when the Fdson batterlea
were Installed on the submarine last
September he realised the danger of gen
eration of hydrogen gaa and sent a re
quest to the Navy department for a hy-
j drogen detector. IJeutenant Cooke said
that he had eeen his letter euhsequenuy
with the Indorsement of fifteen naval of
ficials, but that he had never received
Report on Disaster
' ; as Inconclusive
WASHINGTON, Ian. 1.-Th findings
of the naval boar-J of Inquiry which made
a preliminary Investigation to determine
the, cause, of, the explosion aboard aub-
marine E-J at the New Tork avy yard
Saturday, are regarded by fiecretarDan
tela aa Inconclusive, and ha will await
Lha report of the naval court of Inquiry,
now maklrur an Investigation.
The board held that the explosion we
due. to gatf -generated by the new Edlaen
storage battery end Ignited by a spark
of unknown origin. Five men, were killed
and nine other seriously Injured In the
The question of the future use of the
Edison batteries on submarines may de
pend upon the outcome of the report of
the court of Inquiry, as Secretary Daniels
hopes to determine from it whether the)
battery Itself was responsible tor the ex
Russian Offensive .
East of Bukowina
BERLIN, Jan. . (By Wireless to
flajrvllle.) A new offensive movement has
been Inaugurated by the Rusalans to the
east of Csemowlts, near the Beasarablan
frontier. The official Austrian statement
of today aays the Russians made four
successive attacks at .several plitces, but
The statement follows:
"On "the eastern front yesterday was
calm. This morning a new battle was
begun near Toporouts and Royan, en the
frontier eaat of Csemowlts. At several
places the enemy made four successive
attacks, but was repulsed everywhere.
"Italian front; Weak detachments of
Italian troops were repulsed near Lusern
and north el the-bridgehead at.ToLmlno.
"Balkan front; X delayed report from
Virpasar stated that: twenty steel Gan
non were taken there."
Van Bittner Heads
of the Coal Miners
TNM ANATOLIC, Jnd . Jan. 1-Van
Rlttner of Pittsburgh, president of the
Western Pennsylvania. Miners, was made
chairman of the scale committee of the
t'nlted Mine Workers of America, which
was appointed today by John P. White,
International president of the organiza
tion. The duly of this committee Is to fix a
basic scale on which negotiations are
conducted with the mine operatora
throiiRhout the country. The anthracite
demands, having already hern drafted
subject to tho approval of the convention,
the- fcomnilttee will confine its labors to
the aoft coal situation.
The committee Is made up of the presi
dents of tho twenty-four districts Into
which the international organization Is
The report of the auditing committee,
made today, contained the statement that
113,706 was expended to purchnne shoes
for Ohio miners and their families during
the thlrteen-miinths' strike that ended
last year. The total membership of the
union on December 1, 1!15. was IW.IW.
of whom 79.441 ore anthracite miners.
Traffic is Partly
Resumed in Los
1X59 ANGELES, Jan. 1. -Southern Ta-
clfle trafflo along the coast and nan
Joaouln valley lines waa opened from
here to Ban Francisco today after having
been more or less Interrupted by floods
and landslides for two days. Wealthy
easterners trying to get In or out of
Santa I'.arbara, a coast resort, were ablo
to do so. although those coming Into thin
city from the east. Including Frederick
W. Vanderbllt and a party, were still
crawling across the desert today, having
been storm-bound since Monday. Sixteen
washouts on various roada are reported
In the ia miles east of Los Angeles.
Debris In the Arroyo, a big gully In the
northern part of Loa Angeles, was dyna
mited today to prevent flooding,
i Rains began falling again and further
floods were feared,
CUMMINS TALKS OF
(Continued from rage One.)
through aHthe channels and all the In-
trtimentalltles whtoh mould pubiio
thought, all the forces at their command
for a completeness of preparation that
would turn this country Into a military
camn and practically destroy all ambition.
save ambition to overcome by force of
arms tho entire world."
Kuiphaxlxlng the effect of the European
war on private munition makera In tho
United States, he told the senate that
since the war began there had been HI
new corporations organised In this coun
try for the manufacture of munitions,
and the value of arms and munition
exported In fifteen months had. aggre
gated ia.f64.27. lie submitted a table
showing; the following estimates of the
amout of wax contracts of some of the
List af Laraer Exporters.
American Car and Foundry. 1.15.000,000;
American Locomotive, o,u000; Ameri
can Steel Foundries. 115,000.000; Baldwin
Locomotive Works, $100,000,000; Bethlehem
Bteel company. 11,000 shells per day to
gether with field guns and. other like
arms; Colorado Fuel and Iron company,
15,000 tons of steel rounds; Crucible Steel
of America, $10,000,00; Ueneral F.lectrlc,
$ffl,000,000; New York Air Brake, $.24:.O0O;
WesUngbouae Air Brake. $30,000,000, and
Weatlnghouae Manufacturing company,
The does not Include," the senator con
tinued, ("the contracts of the Allls-chal-mers
Manufacturing company of shrapnel
sheels. or the Dupont Powder company
of explosives, or the Kleetrlo storace
Battery company . r the General Chem
ical company, or the Qcneral Motor
company or of the Lackawanna Steel
company, or of tho Tenneaaee Copper
company, all of which are Immense con
cerns and have been largely engaged In
tha same general, buMnepi,"
NEBRASKA STOCK GROWERS
GET PRIZES AT DENVER
DENVF.n. Colo., Jan. .-(Special Tel
egram.) The fallowing awards to Ne
braaka men wero announced today by the
Judsea at the live stock show:
Hereford steer, spayed or Martin heifer,
calved between January 1. IMS, and Sep
tember 1, lUll, O. K. Cireene, Ocnoii, rib
bon. Hereford steer, spayer or Martin heifer
calved between September 1, 1913. and
January 1, 1914, (). K. Cireene, Genoa, sec
I'ercheron 3ytr-old stallion, North &
Robinson Co., (irsnd Island, third, 110.
Poland-China borrow, Vi pounds and
tinder 20 pounds, I'hll Dawson, Kndlcott,
second, 17; thlrj, IX
Poland-China pen of three barrows. 175
pounds nnd under 20, I'hll Dawson, Kn-dl'-ott,
K J. Hcbineokle of Coxed won several
first, second nnd third prises for IMiruo
Jersey barrows, and I', P. Cedar of Genoa,
third prize of $5.
N. O, Denny of Omaha was one of the
Tho first prize of $.V for the finest car
load of registered yearling bulls waa cap
tured by Mortimer & Bon of Madison,
Neb., who sold them today to the Toin
klna Cattle company for,$4M) per head.
There were twenty In the lot. )
North & RoMiiaoii of Grand. Island were
awarded a third piU of $10 for tho best
Perchcron S-year-old stallion.
1 Caught After Chase
YANKTON. 8. P., Jan. l.-flpeclal Tele
gram.) A young man giving the name of
Joe Fltnton, was arrested eight miles east
of here last night, after a wild automobile
chaae. He had robbed Art Iteets' store of
guns, flashlights, shells, etc., and got
away In a six-cylinder Studchaker car,
stolen from Peter Vondonselar'e garage,
Fllnton ran the car Into a ditch and was
stalled when city officers caught up with
him. lie wns well armed but surrendered
without a fight.
Advertiser and customer profit by the
"Classified Ad" habit.
And Kills Himself
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okl., Jan. 1J.-J. O.
Welday, state chanman of tho socialist
tarty, commute J suicide by shooting to
day In his room in a hotel. He left a
note saying he feared madness. He was
to have been married tonight.
DYNAMITE USED TO
CORNING, N. Y.. Jan. 1 A large sec
tion of the business district at Galeton,
Ps, wss destroyed by fire today. The
flames spread to the residential section
and before their advance could 1
checked by dynamite twenty homes were
burned. The !jss wsa estimated at
LYONS, Neb., Jan. 19. (Special Tele
gram.) The home or Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Petersen was the scene of a very pretty
wedding Tuesday noon, when their
daughter, Miss Bernlce V was united
In marriage to Perry K. Tolles of Lau
rel, Neb., the youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Tolles. Clay Newmyer sang
"Oh, Promise Me." The marriage linos
were spoken by the bride's pastor. Rev.
James O. Clark, the Presbyterian minis
ter of this place, and the vows were
sealed with tho ring service. After a
short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Tolles
will be home on their ferm near Laurel,
Neb., where a new modern home Is being
made ready for them.
In all matters pertain
ing to the settlement of
estates, the Peters Trust
Company acts without
Its officers are always
pleased to adviso with
and guide beneficiaries
with entire partiality.
Wo act as Executor,
or Guardian. .
kmmMUmimaaAtmmtam, m , 1
WOOD SEES NATION
(Continued" from' Pegs' VSne.) -
ftciciit. to be defiiulfy eslinetl" to" war
atatlona. Equipment for members of' the
reserve would be kept at' then' stations
. and once every two years they would '
be required to join the colors for-ten'
days' training to keep thkm p to date.'
General Wood said that-. If universal .
military service waa not:ta be ,oh.tahvd .
he favored a eotrt menial army scheme 1
substantially as provided by the War de-'
parlmenr, "provided it Is absolutely di
vorced from the organised mtUtta."
Calls It laatfrqaate.
. The increases for the regular army pro
posed by Secretary Garrison, however,
he characterised as "absurdly Inadequate
and indicating a failure to appreciate the
lessons of the JSuropean War." particu
larly as to the proportion of field artil
lery. He recommended that the propor
tion of field guna be fixed at five to
every 1.0U9 rifle or sabers. Tho present
army standard la $. per l.too, although
In actual equipment the regulars are
nearer $ per .1.000. The board recently
created in the War department has fixed
on S.f per 1.000 aa the number neoeesary.
Reverting to the condition of the eouo-'
try to face war wttt) a first class power,
the general said the United States was
utterly unprepared and' knew uothlng of
the problems It would have to meet. At
least $.900,000 men would bo needed, he
ssertad, and they could be obtained, he
fceltevwd. only by empulslon. ;
I wish to. Inform yon of tha great bene
fit I have derived from tho use of Rwamp
Root. I had boon a sufferer for more
than three years from Kidney and Liver
trouble and. waa almost constantly treat
ed by t be moat: eminent physicians, who
could only give ma temporary relief. 1
could hardly get .from one room o the
other without help, and had been in bed
five .'days when I began the use of
Swamp-loot. 1 reside of twentx-fqur hours
I oou)d sea some benefit. I continued to
use wmp-iuKu, unui i nil wa two
battles wb.en. I really foil that, my, old
trouble was oomplotely cured: and I am
positive that" any . person.' suffering with
kidney o.r liver trouble cau be pured by
the use of this preparation. I am 60
years of age and in good health. It has
been fourteen years since I had this
trouble and I do not know how to ex
preaa myself as strongly as I desire In
favor of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
am sure that It saved my life, and that
my "health la due to this remedy.
heartily recommend It to every sufferer
or kidney "trouble.
8. K. TAYLOR,
State of Georgia. Halt County:
Personally came S. E. Taylor, to me
personally known and who on oath says
the facts stated on the opposite page are
Sworn to and subscribed ;before i
this I3d day of January. ll
C. B. SMITH. Notary tubUc
Hall Osvaty, Georgia.
Te Fortify lb Systeas Asalas Crip.
When Grip Is prevalent Laxative Bromo
Quinine should bo taken, aa this eembtna-
Uua of Quinine with other Ingredients,
destroys germ, sets at a Tonic and Laxa
tive and lua keeps the system In condi
tion to lifilMtJ Colds, Nrtp and lnflu
rum. Theie Is only one "iiromo Quinine."
;. w. Orovt'trsifirtetveJoa boa. 2jc. Ad
The Store of the Town
Browning King & Co.
A Word in Season
Do not bo Misled by
Suits and Overcoats
Clothing of the well known Browning
King & Co. Standard is Always
Worth what it costs you.
It is Worth a Third More Today at the:
present prices of .woolens.
This Sale Starts FRIDAY Morning-
All of our Men's $22 and $20 Suits at
All $30 and $25 Suits are Reduced to
All S40 and $35 Suits are Reduced to
On all Overcoats formerly from $15 to $55
And all Dlue and Black Suits
We have In Stock:
75 Children's Overcoats Sizes 2 to 16 years; in
Chinchillas and Fancy Mixtures. And 50 Boy's
Knickerbocker Suits that are Broken LPls't
This is na Oppbrtuntyub oti y not for
this season alone, but for next year.
Browning King & Co.
Geo. T. Wilson, Mgr.
Br. at lies or Co-,
aUagaasetoa, ST. T.
freve What Snaae-I"! W1U B for Tst
Eend It cents to fr. Kilmer Co
ntrtghemton, ,N. T., for a sample site
bottle. -It will oorrvinee' anyone. -You wfll
also 'receive a booklet of valuable Infor
mation telling about the kidneys snd
blsdder. When writing he sire And m n
tlon The Omaha 'Dally Bee. Itegular
-jtHcrtil sud Jl atae . buttks for salt) el
all drug klores.
Hie Fashion Genler ofllie MiddleWesl
Over 6,000 Remnants
OF DRESS GOODS AND SILKS
IN THURSDAY'S CLEARING SALE
We can't tell half enough in this space. Tne facts and fiures here pre
sented are conservative. A PLAIN STATEMENT OF PRICES AS
COMPARED WITH THE ACTUAL EARL1ER-IN-THE-SEA-SON
Dress Goods and Silks of every reKab'e quality from a waist length to a
full dress pattern. Only a few of the pri e i are quoted here, and these
just to illustrate hundreds of oth:r value i for which we have no room.
INTERESTED? THEN COME EARLY!
514 YARDS 36-INCH, ALL-SILK, $1.50
BLACK AND WHITE CHECKED
SERGE for $3.08
5 YARDS 40-INCH BROCHE POPLIN, $2.25
QUALITY, new shade brown for $3.10
6 YARDS ALL-SILK NAVY BLUE SATIN
MESS ALINE with pin stripe of white,
$1.00 QUALITY for $2.30
4i4 YARDS PARISIAN MATTLASSE SILK
SUITING, 42-INCH, $3.50 QUALITY,
deep old rose, for $3.03
6 YARDS GRAY CHIFTON TAJTETA, 36
INCH $1.75 QUALITY with pin stripe
of black, for $3.08
4J4 YARDS PRETTY NAVY BLUE PLAID
SILK FOR WAISTS, $L0O QUALITY
6Vb YARDS 36-INCH BLACK CHIFFON
TAFFETA, $1.75 QUALITY, for $4.08
4fg YARDS 40-INCH SILK POPLIN, satin
stripe side band, color brown, $2.50
QUALITY, for $3.10
6 YARDS 36-INCH FIGURED SATIN, $2.25
QUALITY, stylish print warp. . .$4.08
4ia YARDS 40-INCH SILK POPLIN, navy
blue, satin stripe, blue and white, for
trimming, for $3.30
REMNANTS OF COLORED AND
bLACK WOOL DRESS GOODS
513 YARDS PARISIAN NOVELTY, wisteria
ground with blaok figure, $3.60 QUALITY,
414 YARDS STORM SERGE, aU-wooL 52-inch,
regular $1.25 QUALITY, for $2.43
YARDS 54-INCH LARGE PLAID FOR
SKIRTS, Cope blue, $2.25 QUALITY,
6 YARDS 40-INCH SILK-AND-WOOL CAN
TON CREPE, brown, $1.75 QUALITY,
5 YARDS OTTOMAN NOVELTY, 66-INCH,
color brown mixture, $3.50 QUALITY,
2is YARDS NAVY TAILORING SERGE, $1.25
QUALITY, for separate skirts, remnant
212 YARDS 54-INCH ENGLISH GABAR
DINE, dark brown, $2.26 QUALITY,
4i4 YARDS 54-INCH NAVY BLUE PLAID
SERGE, $2.25 QUALITY, for $3.08
51, YARDS BLACK SILK - AND -WOOL
CREPE DE CHINE, $1.25 QUALITY,
6i3 YARDS BLACK ALL-WOOL BATISTE,
$1.00 QUALITY, for $2.08
a $7.85 Sale of
To Clear the Balance
of Our Winter Stocks
1 8 Party Dresses
1 5 Wool and
Silk Dresses . .
2 A Winter Suits
No Exchanges No Approvals No C. 0. D's.
ALL SALES FINAL
The Store for Shirtwaists
A Clearing Sale of j O Qr
Winter Blouses, V . 2 7
'All Salts Start at 8:3Q A. M.
for THURSDAY only
35o Hemstitched Huck Guest Towels. .25c
50c Hemstitched Huck Guest Towels. .39c
$2.60 Bleached Table Cloths $L75
$3.60 Bleached Table Cloths $2.00
76c Turkish Towels 60c
60c Turkish Towels 39c
814c Turkish Wash Cloths 6c
$10.00 Table Cloths $6.89
$2.60 90-inch Linen Sheeting. .$2.25 a yard
60c Figured Huck Toweling. . . .40c a yard
&5o Figured Huck Toweling .... 66c a yard
76o Figured Huck Toweling. . . ,65c a yard
TflAT PAYS DIG DIVIDENDS
A BEE WANT AD
lavoii uvaii Liuaii
Bss This Orsst Comedy st
rXB rAJUTAM TaUDAT.
Special fsstnns Xsyttons eomsdy.
BOOO fast of UiorbiKs; with
Tstty Arbuokls la
TATTY'S rLVCXT PUT.
Also "Tmlty Thy JTsms Is," taotfcsr
rood fsaturs. Admlsslom So.
1 TO 11 P. M.
TODAY, rmiDAY. SATVBDAY
"The King's Game"
A Vsths ttold Booster Hay with
Fsarl WMts s.md Osorrs Probert.
Mat., and Bras;., Bat. Jaaaary sad
Tbs sTsb. OsJverslty Players Present
"Believe Me Xantlppe"
Wet.. ISO. BOo, roe.! Urns'., afto to SI.
Tiero la Only Ono
. To Get Tho atXUINE, Omll fo Thm Full Hmmm
Lozzatiirc Bromo Quinino
f , (? Tho World Ovoi to Ouro n Ooldln Ono Day
Whenever 70a foci a cold coming on
think of tha full nam LAXATIVE
BKOMO QUININE. Look for this
itfuatui oa lha bos. Fries 23 cents.
Cure Any Cold
Without Qaialna or Seprssslaj; Sru;s.
This emedy is Ouaxastsed or
You ran break up that cold abso
lutely aud rnniiUettly ty this time to
morrow.. Your riead will clear up, eyre
snd n'e stop running, bone achlns
htnp, lassitude and tlr1nrsa so sway
and you will be yourselif a sain. Kvwi
if . YOU have grippe or Influenza Infec
tion you can gtt connHeto relief In two
or tli re days.
Bromo-1 ax Is tho remody which will
do this. It's the most wonderful treat
ment known for nil sorts of coughs.
rol'U. grippe. Influenza, etc, and as a
ireveut,uve against deadly pneumonia,
t is the only remedy which cures a
cold without seriounly disturbing tha
system for It ooulsina not one trtu'
i'f quinine In any form. It acts gently
ty stimulating the system and opening
It so ail tha germs are thrown off at
Colds are dangerous. Tha present
eitldtmlo has caused tens of thousands
of deaths this winter. Do not let a
cold run. Dou't take a chauca. Pneumo
nia can kill In a few hours and no cold
suffrr la safe. Bromo-Lajc Is gur
anteed. Money back If you are not eai
lafled. It is the on tried and proven
remedy. Broxno-Iax la sold by all cood
druggists at It cent a a bos. or sent pre
pal'l upon receipt of i e by Trlb Chem
ical Co.. 366 N. Clerk t., Chicago. 111.
that our program today and to
morrow consisting of
The Keystone Scream.
Tha Submarine Pirate
The Edge of the Abyss
is the strongest ever offered by
any local theater at any time.
Further, that if you pass up this
attraction, you will not see others
as strong and unique for soma
time to come.
THE OMAHA BEE .
-THE HOME PAPER
THrrjtS., PBX, BAT. OsTXT
THE NIGHT CLERK
bio mrsiCAT. nnuTioiaia
I.sngh Provoktnt Oome41as
84 PEOPLE, MOBTXiY OIALS-S4
Catchy whlstabla sanaloal number
m db vu. xbt cms?
With Tyroae rowers.
Th Table of Two Pbllanthropto
Ohlekeaa. A Boreajniasr Pares,
isut Tkuvai BO. a
tOc Admission lOo
a served Beats 10 Bxtra.
Turpln's School of Dancing
Twenty-eirhth A Farnsm. Bew Claeees.
I.tst ouk name now. Private leesone any
tlm. KAJtBBY S1S3.
redYhe bee want ads
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tiumr Cburu.. Kiira.Tbe p.oiomlre.. Ib Apacu. '
fcaaias' Plme muasa Wash Days.
PhoM Sons; 44.
Tha Bast of
Dallr Mtlniw, 1:11. Rrary Mini, .u.
Wnk Bmrtlnf HueAar MUln.. J.n. is
Art. tbla w.k: DOROTHY JARDON. JUtJB
FINii A CO.. Kirk Kogartr. Uaile Kioi. "Tha
rhlltro o( tha Buddha." Hit V haal.r t Co.
ghlrll Kl.a A Baa liuruua. Orpb.um Traxl
PrtM: Matlnaa. (all.rjr. lta: tiaat eaats (axeest
Patuniar an 4 Pund.y). He. Nlfhta, 10c. tic, ig
Where tht Omalu Bee
FART AM TKEATKH
ARDOR IVT T&XjACX
Today pfNEWr- Tonlte
2:30 VlRUvl 8:20
BOBTBC IMS. BTOCX CO.
"HIOBE" The CHrl In White
'i'he l'ir st"" Installment!
I MARYPAOE I
I avarles wlU b show at I
I THE EMPRESS I
I January 23d.
Tha Lo&arwortha. i.inrin -
and ian,ing. xuree Bartos,
t nremoet Athletes. Amsdso,
niaaro or Acioraeon. 1
A Coast ace. Farmers
A Woa with xoTtatr.
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