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- . . THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, ltfl7. i
OF ANMR PLOTS
Advocates of Peace Propa
ganda Are Eaided by Author
ities Simultaneously by Or-'
der of Attorney General
Class in FrencfT for Soldiers
Opens at University of Omaha
Of I. W. W. Are Raided
Secret service men yesterday
raided the headquarters of the In
dustrial Workers of the World,
1301 Douglas street.
Records of the organization
were seized, but no arrests made.
Miss Alice Hogg, head of the
French department at the Univer
sity of Omaha and graduate of St.
Andrews college, Scotland, is more
than anxious to do her bit at this
She has organized a knitting class
among the university coeds. The
class will meet in the afternoons and
alumni girls and other ladies may
join. Miss Lottie Underbill, head of
the domestic science department, will
co-operate with Miss Hogg. The
workwill be done in connection with
the general relief organizations. '
Another novelty will be the
French class, which Miss Hogg will
conduct afternoons and evenings for
the boys who expect to go to France.
This class will receive instructions
in a special course which will help
the soldiers wnen tney cross me
, (By Aeaoclated Freu.)
Washington, Sept. 5. The govern
ment today took drastic measures to j
end the a.iti-war propaganda con- No special attention will be given
ducted in the name of the 'Industrial to rhetoric and technique, but it
Workers of the World, the socialist wiU be a class in conversational
party and other organizations through- French. Ne fee will be charged to
out the United States. " enter this class. The pupils do, not
On orders from Attorney General have to be students ol the univer-
Gregory, United States marshals in sity. Dr. Jenkins, president of the
many towns and cities descended at school, said: "We are doing this as
2 p. m., central time, upon lctal our bit." '
headquarters of the I. W. W., seized The university will open next Mon-
books, checks, correspondence and day.
other documents, and in some in- 1 1
gSionrstTehde.ffir af $S Ryan Boys, Same Age, No Relation,
retary of the I. W. W., was a con
In Chicago, federal agents took
oossession of the national headquar
ter of the socialist Dartv and a war- Tn vnnnc mii. each named Rvan
rant authorizing the seizure of its each born jn Nebraska and each 23
documents was served upon ts coun- stepped
The seizure of documents was car- up to the desk in the recruiting office
ried out in accordance with a plan 0 tne Lucky Seventh at the same
perfected here by William tVFitts, moment and asked to be enlisted. ,
assistant attorney general, working A twins?" asked Captain
under the direction of the Higginson of Company F, looking in
general A bewilderment at the boys, who bore
Department of Justice, announced f ., resemblance. .
the seizure of papers was made in NmMW ch other," was the
connection with federal grand jury om onse rom the ast0nished
investigation of the I. W. W. recruits Gerald Rvan and Leo Ryan.
All of the matter confiscated was mtMtt in
taken for examination by United , . and they went off to-
States district attorneys who will re- h J friends 'alfead b the
oortHo the department at Washing- , ,inrij.nr, t
Enlist in Company K, Lucky Seventh
days." said Major Hrrics this morn
ing. "I am very anxious to go to Fort
Crook, tlfat the boys may be com
PLOT TO ENTHRONE
A CZAR UNEARTHED
Arrests in Petrograd Bring to
Light Conspiracy to Restore
Autocracy in Russia;
Grand Dukes Held.
LOCAL BOARDS TO
-v , '. ,
Organizations of Operators Are
Urged Not to Present Peti
tions at the Present
Besides the hard pavements many
of the new recruits are trying to break
in new army boots, and there are
other drawbacks to downtown drill
Captain Keating, of Company B,
and Captain Metcalfe of the machine
gun detachment, have been taking
their men , "far from the madding
crowd" out to the ball park at Thirty-second
street and Dewey avenue.
There they drill on soft ground with
""'B ,i ni-iAi. la smaller audience. However, tne
tnn. The search warrants in eacn . , i ..,.;.. (nrrA tn marrh out
case charged publication of treason- Vfanv soldiers ; in the Sixth regi- and back, which takes time from the
mut -. . - - imnt art -. at irii auu torium ar a anu leaves incxii mcu.
In the ra.d at Spokane, Wash., tea- . w,flfiHinfftnn , hall are sufferinz
ral agents seized two strong Doxes, . f .... n " k-i;-- :n , hr',At?
. ., c t irom sore icci. uuc iu uiiiiiuk uii m i uj ywu uiuvtv ..uvo.
one bearing, tne name oi jwnes har(j city pavements. A number have was asked Captain Metcalfe of the
?Ww K KaaL l thVri 1 a "si leave" from duty because of this, machine gun company. "
W. W- who is held m jail.there as a s t Rrouehton.. of the machine "Sure! Brinsr on all you wantl" re-
mJf JiTll?An"' ..a ; .nt.T.r, v Bun company, has strained tendons in plied the obliging officer, "Anything
u. o.. nu., p-.u 7 "r his ankles from the same cause and to make the boys happy." . ,
?f workers MCtm ?l the . . , . ..Iust ten the Kirls wi are all ready.'
I. VV. W. KOWan was me man wno l,a. frvimr to .AA.A i,rmi,ri!f. nf Tomnanv
rAm,. tnr a creneral lnlf Ot '"'u' -'v- " .7 . I d". -r j
; ;. ., ! oerm ss on to take his battaiioniA. who stood nearby. "But wed pre-
t A.t ? FXwino hia lr. out to Fort Crook for the remainder fer rich ones, unless they hurry up
i'TXTS SVnre ir ederal au thStay here. It is thought they pay day." . ,;"
li'Jt i?Ll wll remaui in Omaha at least ten , ' .; --' .--
inu. iu, wn v ....... . i,f.r on - ta Dcm ni. Maior VI l T Mfttiair
u nH 6 Propo,uon h; -iy - rejulM-could be 0aht'Bemi. fia
couapsea. - f , i ' Uccomolished if the men were at Fort d the machine m
tJm Arizona north to Washineton ook' which is convenient and quiet Sixth with eighty fine new
from Arizona north to, vvasnmgton . . . can . ... . .
1 'T I ...U ; U. I A JlVliiiR IV V tvr - vn v vvni i k milH LU J Cllilll K. , lit 3. UBKS riil
it;, xr. 5Wl. but have no idea whether we can get Drove usefut to the boys, for the rules
- r' l i u -1 1 i. n . i t t . . r i
W.U10UC1 nan iias lancu i jjow proniult me carrying oi irunits
htn Twenty-four fine phonograph rec
Of PubllC Pamphlets cnine gun company by Mrs. A. B,
Cnnmnhnvfn. Sent. 6 Annarentlv McConnell of Omaha.
Petrograd, Sept. 6. A conspiracy
which had for its object the restora
tion of autocracy in Russia was
nipped in the bud with' the-arrest of
Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch
and several others of noble families.
The chief conspirators were Mile.
Margaret Hitrovo of Tobolsk and
Mme. Liubov Hitrovo of Yelaburg,
members of a well known bureau
cratic family, both of whom were ar
rested. - j
In the home of Grand Duke Paul
when he was arrested was found a
mistress of the court, Mme. E. M.
Narychaine, confidante of the former
dowager empress Alexandra Feodo
rovna. tMme. Narychaine was not ar
rested, but a search of her home in
Petrograd was made and her corres
pondence seized. According to -the
Birzheviya a number of officers have
been arrested and other grand dukes
have been taken into custody. The
state's attorney refuses 4o divulge
their names. It is assumed that one
of the grand dukes arrested was the
candidate of the conspirators for the
A special council was held yester
day by Premier Kerensky and the
chief ministers, at which plans for fu
ture action against conspirators of the
Left and Right were drawn up.
It is stated that Minister of Justice
Yaroudny has tendered his resigna
tion as a result of Premier Kerensky's
displeasure over the minister's failure
to unearth a plot.
An indictment against the Hitrovo
women and their accomplices already
has been drawn up.
Speciai Committee Probes
Defects in the Munitions
Washington, Sept. 5. Investigation
of the defective ammunition turned
out at the Frankfort, arsenal, by a
special committee of two civilians and
one army officer, was ordered today
by Secretary Bakei. Dr. H. T. Tilbot.
professor of chemistry at the Mass
achusetts Institute of Technology,
and Dr. Parsons of the bureau of
mines, are civilians. Major General
Scott, chief, of staff, will name the
Fillmore County's Share.
Geneva,' Neb-Sept. S. (Special.)
The S per centbof the draft drawn
will leave here Thursday evening. On
Wednesday evening the citizens give
them a farewell picnic reception on
thecourt house lawn. The names of
the men are: Michael F. Hourigan,
Geneva; John W. Eckwell, Shickley;
Frank F. Feidler, Geneva; Leslie; A.
Wilson, Geneva; Fred J. Houzwicka,
Exeter. s s
Lake City, Fresno, Cal.; Great Falls,
Mont.; Everet, Wash., and Butte,
Mont . , . . .
Prosecutions may be begun tinder
several law, chiefly the espionage
act, covering the utterance of trea
sonable and reditious statements and
the food control law. Prosecutions
under the latter law could, be con
ducted in instances where it was
shown that attempts were being made,
by conspiracy or otherwise, to im
pede the interstate movements of food
stuffs aid other commodities con
trolled by the government and needed
for the successful prosecution of the
war.- .-. ' ' '
to add point to the ultimatum of the
Reichstag majority to ChanciUor
Michaelis that steps must be taken,
before the Reichstag reassi mblea
this month, toward abolishing; the
political censorship, the military
commander for th seventh army
corps district at Hanover, has just
issued an order Instituting a pre
ventive censorship on all brochures,
pamphlets, leaflets etc, touching ,
nnon matters of oublic interest The
order applies to mimeographed and
Enilin Condict of the naval re
eruitini station has received a num
bir'ol letters and cliDoines from Ne
braika and Iowa editors respond to
his rtauest for aid in getting cooks
and bakers.'The navy office here sent
out appeals to 1,100 papers in the two
states asking-for- news space, which
is being given generously. .
(By Associated TreM.)
Washington, Sept. 6. Early fixing
of retail coal prices was" promised
tonight by Dr. H. A. Garfield, the
fuel administrator, in a statement
outlining the government's coal con
Prices will be "established for com
munities with the aid of local com
mittees, into whose hands will be put
responsibility for their enforcement
Maximum , production of coal at
prices fair to the producer and con
sumer will be the aim of the govern
ment. Dr. Garfield declares.
Producers' prices already fixed will
be revised, where they force efficient
ly operated mines to produce at a
loss. Operators seeking , revision ; of
the scale are asked to send in cost of
production statistics covering a
period of years.
Co-operate With All.
The fuel administration. Dr. Gar
field says, will seek the co-operation
of operators, miners, distributors and
consumers. Producers are asked,
however, to name no committees un
til Dr. Garfield has had time to se
lect his associates and to form his or
ganization. A plan of apportionment of coal
will be worked out, Dr. Garfield an
nounces, by which -domestic con
sumers will obtain everywhere a fair
share of the supply at prices which
will reflect those fixed for. operators
and wholesalers by the president.
East African Warfare
' Goes Against Germans
London. Sent 6. A Junction has
been effected between an Anglo-Bel
gian column and a Belgian column
operating in German East Africa, the
two columns getting: in touch ninety-
seven miles southwest of Kilossa. savs
an official statement today. The Bel
gians have crossed .the Ulanga river
we inflicted severe losses on ihe
Germans- retreating towards Ma
henge," continues the statement. "We
are firmly established at Tunduru.
Nearly 400 Germans surrendered at
Kakera, northeast of Kilossa. to the
Colored South - Africans who had in
Greek Killed by Train,
Fremont, Neb., Sept. 5. (Special
Telegram.) Gregorius Botches, 23
years old, laborer for the Union Pa
cific, died at a local hospital this aft
ernoon from injuries sustained when
rre was struck by a Union Pacific
freight train four miles west of Ames
at 1 o'clock. , Botches was unmarried
and a native of Greece.
War Department May Send
Instructor to' Creighton
(From a Staff Correspondent)
Washington, Sept 6. (Special Tel
egramsCongressman Lobeck took
up with the adjutant, general's office
today the matter of having the War
department detail an officer-instructor
from the regular army to assist in the
course of military training Creighton
university is to conduct during the
coming school year. . More than 350
boy students will make up the mili
tary class. The adjutant general's of
fice hopes that the needs of the serv
ice at Fort Omaha and Fort Crook
will be such as to permit the detailing
of an officer each day to assist in the
Representatives Shallenbereer. and
Stephens returned to the capital today,
the former from an extended Chau
tauqua campaign, the latter from look-
ins after fences in the third district
and throughout the state of Nebraska.
Captain W. 1. roye of the rove
Lumber company, Omaha, is in Wash
ington on matters before the shipping
Ex-Senator Frank Bartos and fami
ly and Charles Pospiscil of Wilber,
Neb., who have been .in . Washington
for several days left today for Phila
C. M. Valentine of Omaha is in
Washington in relation 'to oil leases
on the Pine Ridge reservation.
Austria-Hungary Soon to
Discuss Peace in Vienna
Amsterdam. Sept. 6. A dispatch to
the Weser Zeitung from Budapest
says that Austrian and Hungarian
delegations will meet in Vienna m
November to discuss internal and for
eign politics and the question of peace
Far-reaching decisions will probably
be taken, it is stated.
Shoulder Straps Make Difference to
Patrolman Dick; Sweetheart Sues
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 6. (Special Telegram.) E. G. Dick, civilian,
desired to marry Miss Bessie Hardin, but E. G. Dick, first lieutenant in the
First Officers' Reserve corps, spurned her, according to a suit filed today
by Miss Hardin demanding $5,000 from Lieutenant Dick for alleged breach
of promise. . v
' ' Dick is 25 years old and formerly was employed by the Kansas City
Terminal Railway company. He left today for Camp Funston at Fort
Riley. , , ' -
Miss Hardin, who lives at a hotel near Eighth and Oak streets, sets
forth that Patrolman Dick courted her assiduously for about a year and
asked her to marry him, and that it had been agreed they would marry
this month, but when First Lieutenant Dick returned irom the first officers'
reserve training camp, she asserts, he informed her, in effect, he had a
commission and a prospect of going to war, and what did he desire with
I awverft nennnnr.fi Germanv's
. - . m. m .a III I i 4HMaMnHtt VMM MTA 1lAtA drtnl.
war Metnoas as uiegai ts
Saratoga, Springs, N. Y., Sept 6.
The American Bar association, at its
session yesterday, denounced the war
methods of Germany as illegal, re
solved to request the judges of state
and federal courts to write shorter
judicial opinions, authorized further
investigation of a proposal to change
culation. Violators of the order may
be imprisoned for a year.,
Hunaarian Paoers Asree
- With Wilson's Peace Note
r Amsterdam, Sept 6. Two Hun
garian newspapers, tne Az fcst ana
tne date oi tne presidential jnaugura- Mavar Oriiair fullv aeree with
tion, opposed legislation designed to a" ?niMd Z President
repeal, j. . t J. Wilson's reply to Pope Benedict's
,11 kX thT 1 1!:3 sV, n.ti peace proposals, to the great disgust
tb! J of thePVossische Zeitung of Berlin,
'iuX Ji is 5most incomprehensible. The As
Shu if Et ys "President Wilson's reply
i ngnis oi ,s SQ c)er that every Uue frjen(j 0f
technical errors or detects
not affect ; the substantial
cffiS'-E. Hughes of New York k? i!
and Robert McNutt McElroy of Vtw?""ym".r'iry "" -
without atio, 'which is "most
h..,hv; w-v7.v,v imr,ortant or Hungary."
Idea and War. t..... rv.;,.,,
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The Magyar Orizag, whish is the
organ of the independence party,
says: "All real pacifists must be
grateful to Mr. Wilson. He who. from
the standpoint of peace, condemns
Mr. Wilson s note, has sold his soul
Mr. Hushes discussed federal laws
and decisions thereon as they affect
governmental action in war time.
Inquiry Made Into the .
rioith ftf Plv Aprhpp to the war devil and does not wish
, . VwH. v. r,.v..v. peace From the Hungarian viewpoint
Wednesday afternoon an inquest therefore he is the enemy of peace."
. lIJ J. '
was neia xo enquire mio me oeam oi i , 1 " 1 ' .. 1
Ely - Archer, 209 North Eleventh Construction Continues
his friend, William Johns. 209 North On PalO AltO Cantonment
Eleventh street, in a quarrel in the
. . I " Sdiuuavviii w l v v wvviyoij
former s home early Mctfday morn- Baker today ordered resumption of
ing. Johns admitted that he killed I v- r,;.i
Archer, but said it was in self-defense. r.....A . .u ai r,i
a. . . . . l v V4i u vasiii H s v -a. aiv mv, was wiwi
At the time of the shooting wit- ..lA: ..A..ii. ...,ku:.. J.n
with jealousy and crazed with drink. a;
Has that good, old, familiar taste of
hops. And is non-intoxicating.
No more alcohol than there is in a loaf
This is what you have been looking for.
Now it's here ready for you, at all
places where good drinks are sold.
nesses say tnar Joan was insane I ,. ..,,,, ., :nuni
A, 7,,.?nn . Jh t. nm. PaIU $15,000 additional. Meanwhile or
duration over a white woman, Polly J ' .h , . . ,t,,.,i t.. jj
;.,. !. .;a K..n i;. rs will not be changed for sending
Savage, who is said to have been liv
ing with Archer, and culminated in
Johns drawing a revolver and shoot
ing Archer. -:
the National Guard troops from
Washington. Oregon, Montana, Idaho
and Wyoming to Camp Greene at
Charlotte, N. C The War depart
ment plans to use the Palo Alta site
a an rnrrrrv Mmn.
Germany Swaps Sugar
For Swiss Butter, Cheese president Poincare Calls
On American Commander
' Berne. Switzerland, Sept 6. The
Economic association drawn up by
Swiss and German delegates-has
been ratified by each side and will
remain in force until the end of
.April, 1918, with the proviso that
cither nation may denounce it by
giving two months notice. Ger
many will permit the exportation of
200,000 tons of coal and 19,000 tons .
of iron and steel monthly. Switzer
land will accord Germany a monthly
credit of 20,000 francs for the de
livery f coal. '
' . Germany also will furnish an im--,ortant
ouantitr of chemical ferti
lizers, a certain amount of sugar to
shows you the genuine. . When you see it
you know you are getting CERVA
Paris, Sept. 6. President Poincare,
Paul Painleve. the secretary of war.
and,. General Petain the French
commander-in-chief, visited the head
quarters of the American army today.
Ihey were received by Major Gen
eral . Pershing, commander of the
American forces, with whom they in
spected xne training camp.
Omer of Northwestern Goes
To U. S. Camp at Rockford
Chicago. 111.. Sent. 6. Lewis Omer.
replace that contained in condensed athlefic director of Northwestern uni-
versitr. nas oeen appointed airccior
I of athletics at the national army can-1
tonment at Kockford. Omer has been
granted leave of absence by the um-
versity for the period of the war.
milk and chocolate which are ex
ported, and also seed corn, benzine
and zinc Switzerland will supply
-Germany with milk products, in less
quantities than last year rnd will
permit the exportation cf 1Q.003
lieaf1 o." cist's,
1 !? Want. Aus I'roi'wc
No words can really describe CERVA But
that taste will tell you what it's like. Just
try a bottle satisfy yourself.
LEMP, Manufacturers, ST. LOUIS
CERVA SALES CO.
H. A.J STEINWENDER, Distributor
J51T Nitho'at St Quaha, Nk. , v Pouflaa 2S
ii iiiwmnumagii'i.'wimJ11111 ' ""-. "W"", "ii
tm & iWaltj
MOVE CATTLE TO
Millions of Texas Animals Must
Be Thrown Upon Market Un,
less Rains or Removal
Come Sooa. :
(Bjr Associated Pram.)
Washington, Sept. 6 Early deple
tion of the country's meatnimals un
less measures aft taken to stimulati
production, was predicted here today
by speakers before a conference ol
live stock raisers called by the food
administration and the department oi
agriculture to consider the situation.
Most of those attending the meet
ing were memters of i United States
Live Stock industries committee nam
ed recently by Secretary Houston and
Herbert Hoover, to study a plan for
removing large numbers of cattle,
sheep and hogs from the west to feed
ing grounds in the south and east.
It was brought out at the meeting
that there are about 3,000,000- head of
cattle in Texas which will have to be
thrown upon the market unless there
are early rains or unless they are re
moved to other parts of the country
to be fed.
At a session tomorrow under the
direction of the" food-administration,
the question of fixing ofmeat prices
and that of emergency government
control of meats and dairy products
will be taken up.
Fort Worth, Sept.. 5.-rResponding
to appeals from Texas cattle men the
railroad war service board advised
the Texas Cattle Raisers association
today that 1,600 empty stock cars had
been ordered to Texas immediately
to help move herds to green pastures
from the drought regions.
The experience of
the other woman
is the cheapest
i it c r tribut:
It Ja only ma
64 Year Service
Thit ia thm Savantiath Yaar of
Charter Oak Stavat, Rant .
and Farnac, -
Oflic of Af. . O'DonneH
' i r Contractor A Builder S
AVON. ILLS., July 17, 1917.
Charter Oak. Stove & Range Co, ,
St. Louis. Mo. , :
Sirs: I ta using a Charter
Oak Cook Stove; manufactured
in 1852. tit was bought by n;
father In '93. and has been
constant use ever since. It
is in perfect condition, hav
ing the same top, back and
doors; all are good. The top
is as level as any new stove
ever nade, eo is the lining in
the back, and not even cracked.
. Mrs. M. J. 0'Donnell.
Avon, Ills., Sox 223,
it year Jaalar triaa ta talk yarn
inta baying anothtr niaAa,
. mrita mm.
Charter Oak Stove & Range Co.,
ST. 1.UU1B, nu.
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PHOTO 'PlAY OPFERINQl FOR. TODAV
TODAY, FRI., SAT.
THE FLAME OF
The picture' that set the
, whole World talking.
Today and Saturday
SOULS IN PAWN"-
Vaudavllla and Photoplay
LUSCIA and VERDI
Musical PlvartlaemaiiU ,
HOPKINS and AXTELL
PISANO and BINGHAM
At the Barbar Pole . .
Amarica'a Navy Cymnaata
-.. Today and Saturday" -,
HARRY CAREY in
K M ijKMEN TS.
. "OMAHA'S FUN CENTER"
gJMmgfS'fym Daily Matt, 1S-25-S0
S57C5fvf Evening a,' i!!r-S0.75e.$t
Last Times Today
Th2 BOSTONIANS u.v
TOMORROW (Saturday), Matinea and Week
Billy Watson's Beef Trust Iri2si
. Ladiea' Dime Matinae Weak Day
Sunday and Monday
sept. 9 and 10
Irving Berlin'a Syncopated Muaical Succeae
"Watch Your Step"
A Reg Time Riot With 75 People.
Nifhta, SOc to 92.00; Matinea, SOc to130.
Note Brandeia Playara Lay Off Above Daya.
4 Nltea Begin
THE MUSIC Al. COMEDY
end Beauty Chorea
Matineee, All Seats, OE
Nighta, 25c, 35c, SOc, 75c
Dorothy Shaaaiaker, Harry Mintura
W. M. Mortimer, Director
' ALL THIS WEEK
Matinee Tomorrow '
Edward Sheldon's Novelty Dreme
SEATS NOW ON SALE
Eveniaist 2Sc3Sc-S0c-78c Bosea, $1.00.
Mat-t Suil, Wed, SaU 25c-3Sc-50c
BIG POLISH PICNIC
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER ffTHv
RACES BAND SPEAKING
Dancing Afternon and Evening.
"THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE
Matleea Dally. 2:13; Nlht, SMS. Thll Walk.
KARL JORN: JEAN ADAIR A CO.! DEIRO: 0AL
LAG HER A MARTIN: McCarty A Fayes TIN Ftaa.
Gallon: Orphean Travel WeeVly.
Prle: Matinee, oilltry. 10c: But Setti (neeaf
Setaraay aaS Sanday). 2Se; Nlghtfc IDe. 2K, (0
When Writing to Our Advertisers
Mention Seeing it in The Bee
TurpinV School of Dancing
Announcing the New Season.
Openinf September 10, 1917. Adult Beffoaere Claaa. Mondays and Thuradaya. S . aa.
Adult Advance Claaa, Tueaday, September It, p. nu Pupils should join the first lesson.
Phone Harney 8143 or call aersonally, 28th and Farnam Sta. Terms moat reasonable. Hth
School Claee, Saturday. September 22, 8 p. m. (Age 14 to 17.) ChUdrea'a Claaa beitna
Saturday, October 23, at 2i30 p. m y.
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