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THE BEE; OMAHA, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1917.
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WHITE SOX CLINCH
Taking of Two-to-One Battle
. Ttafo Boston Puts Flag;,
Into Chicago's Fist
Boston, Sept 21. Chicago made its
capture of the 1917 American league
pennant a certainty today by defeat
ing Boston, its nearest rival, 2 to 1, in
ten-innings. - " s
.Should Boston win all its remaining
twelve games and Chicago lost all the
eifht contests scheduled for it, the
final standing of the teams would
show Chicago leading by half a game
as follows: .
. : , Won. Lout
Chicago IT (7
Boiton t B7
jne nitting o batcher Kay bchalk
,wa the biggest single factor in the
Chicago final clinching of the . flag
and in assuring the west its (first
world series since 1910. Urban Faber
of Chicago pitched perfect ball for six
innings, and in ten inningswas hit
safely 4ut five times, having decid-
edly the better of Leonard of Boston.
Hooper's triple and Barry's single in
the seventh, with none out, scored
Boston's one run. !
Schallc doubled to the left field
fence in the tenth, and, after Faber
fanned; J. Collins singled to left and
drove home what proved to be the
winning run. Score: (
-CHICAGO. -: BOSTON. '
AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.E. '
J.Collni.rf llll Hoopar.rf 4 1 0 0 0
E.CTn.b 4 1ST Bury, lb 41 S 1 0
Jack'n,lf SStS OHobl'f I.lb 4 S 1 4
FeUch.cf 4 1 1 tLewll.M -44100
Oundll.lb 4 1 4 iShortorLct 4 14 4 4
Wnvt,n S 1 M 4 tGard'r.Sb I 1,1 I t
Srhdlk.o 4 I'l .0Sott,H 14 110
Faber.p 1 0 4 0Thomi,d S 4 S 4 4
Totals 14 SI0S1 t'Rutb 14 4 0 4
ToUli llll SO It "I
BUd Cor BcotLIn tenth.
Chicago ...04410 4 444 11
Boaton .... 0 0 0 , 1 4 4 41
Two-baa hits Bchallt Tnr-bM hit:
Hooper. Double pity: J. Colllni to Qandll,
K. Collins to Weaver to 0ndll, Scott to
HoBlltieL Basel on ball: Off tonard. t.
Btrnok oat: By Fsbar. It bjr Leonard, 4.
Umpire: ,. HUdebrand and Dlneen.
CleTelaod Win la Eighth. : '
Philadelphia, Bept 1L A battlnt rally In
fh eighth innlnr at the expeneo of Schauer
and Bash vavs Cleveland vlotory over Phil
adelphia, I to 1. Schauer was effective until
the) eighth Inning, when be'vra knocked
off the rubber. Buck wont In with one
man out, two run scored and Speaker on
first base. Roth's double, Harris' triple snd
an error by Shannon sent In three more
runs and won the game. Soorei
Oraney.lf 4 1 4 tJamVa.rf 4 I I 4 1
Chpa,M S 4 I 1 OQrover.tb 4 4 4 S 0
Btxak'r.ef I I I I OBodle.lf 4 1 1-0 4
Reth.rf 4 14 1 OPalber.Sb 4 I S 1 1
Harrlt.lb 4 1 S'l OStrunk.cf 4 114 4
Wnjb'n.lb 4 I S 4 lM'Innla.lb 4 til 10
Kvan,lb llll OShanon.ss 4 S S S I
Biillnts.o 4 14 t 0McAwy,o 4 4 4 0
Moftoa.p, 14 1 1 ORchauar.p I 4 1 S 4
Coumbs,p 4 4 4 1 OButh.p 4 4 114
Deberry 114 4 'Bate 14 14 4
Howard 4 0 4 4 4
. Total moilll 4
Totals SI 14 S714 1 .
Batted for Norton In elshVh. . .
. , Ran for Deberry In eighth. '
Batted for Bush In ninth.
Cleveland .... 0 4 4 .4 4 4 4 S 04
Philadelphia . 0 0 0 1 4 1 4,4 0 1
Two-baa hits: Granny, Roth. Throe
ba hit: Harrt. Double plays: BUIlns
to Wambecansa, McAvoy to Palmer to Mc
Innl. Stolen basee: Palmer. Qrover. Bnaaa
on balls: Oft Morton, X; off Busn, I. Hit:
Oft Morton, 4 lateven Inntngx: oft Schauer,
T In aeven and one-third Innings. Struck out:
By Morton, 4: by Coumbe. 5: by Schauer,
S. Umpires: O'Loushlln snd Horlarlty,
Sank Beat Brown.
New Tork. Sept II. Hard hitting by the
recruit outfielder of the New York Amer
icans, Camp and Lamar, enabled New Tork
to defeat St Louis by the wore of I to 4.
Camp hit a double and three slntl and
Lamar three single. " Rumler, need a a
pinch hitter in the sixth Inning, hit a
home run with Smith on base.
The game scheduled between Kew Tork
and St. Louis here on September It will be
played here tomorrow as part of a double
header, On Sunday the New Tork Amer
icans will play an Inter team same at the
cifticere' training camp at Plattsburg, N. T.
Scorn ' . v- -. , . 1 .v -
ST. LOOTS. ? NEW TORK.
A.H.aA.. : AB.H.O.A.B.
Shotton.lt S 1 1 OCamp.ot S 4 t 0 0
Auitln.Jb 4 4 4 1 IFk'p'b.s I M 11
Smith.cf 4 1 4 4 4MaUel.lb 4 1 0 4 4
Pratt. Sb I I I I lPlpp.lb t 4 It I I
Dmltt.rt 14 14 4 Umar.lt 4 1114
Rumler 1 1 4 4 4Vick,rf I 11 II
Sloan.rf 14 14 OFewst'r.lb t 4 1 1 4
Jac'b'n.lb 4 111 4 ORuel.o HIM
Svereid.e 4 1 S I 4Mogr'ge,p 4 4 114
Crerber.es 4 1114
Sothron.p 4 14 11 Totals II 10 17 It I
Totato 14 11 14 0 t
Batted for Demmltt In sixth.
St.- Louis...'.. 0 0 4 4 0 4 1 4 14
New Tork.,., t 4 4 4 I I ,1 I 4
Two-bam hit: Came, Pecklnpaugh,
Vatal. Three-base hit; Pratt. Lome run:
Romier., Stolen bsae: Lamar. Sacrifice
hit; Pecklnpiugh. Double play: Pipp to
Pck!nnauKh-to Plpp. Bases on balls: i Off
Mogrirfge, 1: off Bothoron, 4. Struck out: By
Mogrtdge, 1; by Sotboren, 1. Umpires: Nal
Hn and gonnolly.
-Senators Eat th Dust. :
Washington. Sept 11. Detroit had no
trouble defeating Washington. 1 Wl, today.
Harper was hit hard and also given poor
support. Score: . r
PBTROTT. ' WASHTNOTOM.
Buth.B Silt 4Hensky.lt 11144
Vtttlb 4 1 4 4 0Leonrd.lb 4 1 It 1 4
Cobb.cf 4 14 4 OCMUan.cf 4 114 4
VeachJf 4 11 4 4Rice.rf 4 14 11
Hellmn.rf Sill 0 roster, !b 4 1 1 S 4
EUisiUb 1ST! lMorgsa.tb 4 I I I 4
Toong.lb 4 111 46hanks.ss 4 I 4 I t
Stanage.o 14 14 lAinsmth. I I t 4 4
Doland.p !.. I I OQharrlty.a 1 4 111
. Harper, p 11114
Total.. 1110 17 I 1 Murray I I I 4 4
' Craffcp 1 I 1 I I
' 'Ran for Harper la fifth. f
fketAlt ...... A 4 4 1 1 4,1 4 4 T
Wasbington ...4 4 4 I 4 14 141
Two-base hit: Harper. Three-base hit:
Elllsoo 2). Stolen base: Itenosky. Double
plays: Pester to Morgan 40 Leonard, Craft
Standing of Teams
AVER. LEAOUE. , NAT. LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct ' W.LPct.
Chicago ,...4t.42New Tork ..01(0.448
Boston 14 7 ,tSPhlladelphta 71 60 .665
Cleveland ..II 41 ,t38t. LouU ...77 It .131
Detroit ....74 71.110!
Washington 17 71.474
New Tork...l7 7l.4ll
St. Louis ..Sttl.tll
Chicago ....72 71.100
Boston II 71 .461
' V . AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Detroit, 7; Washington, 1. -Cleveland,
I; Philadelphia, I.
St Lout, I j New York, 0,
Chicago, t; Boston, 1.
NATIONAL LEAOUE. ' ,
New York, I; Pittsburgh,' 1.
Philadelphia, 4; Chicago, t.
(.' Oames Today.
American League Detroit - at Washing
ton, Cleveland arPfalladelphla, St. Louis at
New York, Chicago at Boston.
National League New York at Pitts
burgh, Brooklyn at Cincinnati, Philadelphia
at Chicago, Boston at St Louis.
to Shanks. Bass on balls: Off Harper, I;
off Boland, 1. Hits: Off Harper, 7 In five
Innings. Struck out: By Harper, I; by Bo.
land, I, Umpires: Evans and Owens.
Amateur Fans Back
All-Star Bunch to
; Triumph Over Pros
Omaha amateur base ball fans arc
looking forward with considerable In
terest.to the All-Star Professional.
All-Star Amateur game which will be
held at Kourke park Sunday after
noon. ' ' '
' Local sandlot fans have lonsr been
confident that the brand of amateur
ball on Omaha s corner lots is equal
to that of Class A orofeasional bait:
Sunday's clash will show whether
their done is correct or not.
The amateur aggregation assembled
by Tohnny Dennison, manager of the
- Melady Mavericks, is made up of the
very best talent in local amateur cir
cles and if ever an amateur team was
qualified to give a professionaPteam
a run for its money, the nine selected
tor Sunday s tray 4s the one.
Fred Bradford, manager of the
Brandcis, is leading the pro crew and
he has some, fancy warriors on his
staff, including Gus Williams, former
major leaguer and star outfielder of
the Louisville,. club of the American
association this year; Marty O'Toole
and Joe McGuire of the Omaha hurl
ing corps, Ed Spellman, formerly
catcher tor Milwaukee in the Amer
can association; Jimmy JCane, former
Rqurke; Harold Irelan, former 'big
leaguer and ' former Rourke, and
Harry Williams, former New York
Yank and this year, in the Western.
Prettiest Mile Golfers
w Stagfc Annual Team Match
The annual team match of the
Prettiest Mile Golf club will be played
today and Sunday ' at Miller park.
The play will be eiehteen holes of
medal. The teams will lineup as fol
lows: ; 4 "' ' '' '. ; , . I 1 '
PRESIDENT. - VICE PRES.
Clef Heddleston plays.,,, Fred Crane
Dr. McCleneghen plays ..... Howard Judaon
Charles Thlessen Plays, Frand Russell
W. Cresghssd play V........ . W. Dlsbrow
m. (nvrrvit ,ia ,,,......,.,,. ... w vuvm
M. Yost plays ............. Thomas Falconer
Oeorge Ad wards plays ....t.i.H. J, Smith
H. Wllsoif plays ................ ,M. Young
S. Burko plays ........ Mrsra
Benedict plays J. O. Heddleston
Archibald plays ...H. Rundqulat
H, Russell plays............ R. Ruaeell
Parrptt play William Wilbur
,... ., , ii . j j
Gophers Clash With v
; Dakota October 13th
Minneapolis, Sept. 21. The Uni
versity of Minnesota foot ball eleven
will play South Dakota state college
here on October 13, instead of the
University of Montana, according to
announcement today , by the Univer
sity Board of Athletics.
The Montana game was cancelled
because of the late opening of that
institution. ; ; 4
s, Beajrk loot Ball Teaas la Making.
Beatrice,. Neb., Bept 11. (Special.)
Coachoa Ixtng and Potter of the Beatrice
High school will seteot their foot bait team
tor th season wtthta a few days. The
eleven -will meet Falrbury at Falrbury next
Friday. Alva Cheek Is eligible for the po
sition of captain, and h wilt be elected, but
It is understood that ho doe not want the
place. ' . .,.:, ... .
) Bee Want Ads Produce Results. v
GIANTS PUT FIST
IN REACH OF FLAG
Pirates Go Down Before Neto
tfork; Two More Victories
"for Certain. y
Pittsburgh, Sept. 21. New- York
move4 nearer , the aNtional league
championship by defeating Pittsburgh,
3 to 1, today. Should New York win
both games of tomorrow's double
header the championship will be se
cure even though the Pittsburgh club
wins all its remaining games.
- Benton held Pittsburgh to three
hits for eigHt innings today.
Steele, who was knocked out of the
box yesterday, again went in t pitch
today and wa hit hard. The timely
batting of Thorpe, Kauff, Fletcher,
Smith and Holke scored three runs
for New York. Score:
, NEW YORK. PITTSBURGH.
Burns.lf t 1 1 4 Caton.ss 4 4 14 4
4 0'Flscher 1
4 OMollwi.lb S
1 0Blgbee.lf 4
t 4Carey,cfl t 1
f4Boeckl,3b 4 4
4 OKIng.rf 4 4
1 oPltler.lbv 1 1
I 0Srhmldt,o S 1
4 0'flynn 1 1
Jackson 4 4
oTtals, . 17 11 17 10 ' 4 Rteele.p S 4
. a WSmith 4 4
eBnton.p . 4
Totals.. 11 11711 4
Batted for Calon In ninth. ' ;
Batted for Schmidt in ninth.
Ran for' Flynn In ninth.
Batted for Steels In ninth.
New York 4 1 0 0 14 t o I
Pittsburgh ....0 0 4 4 9 0 0 0 11
Two-bass hits: Thorp (8), Kauff, Pltler.
Three-base hit: Burns. Stolen bases: Carey
(3). Bases on .balls: off Benton, 4. Hint; Oft
Benton, 4 In eight and two-thirds Innings.
Struck out: By Benton, ; by Anderson, I;
by Steele, 4. Umpire: Klera and Branafle'.d.
Phillies Triumph Over Cabs.
Chicago, Sept. 11. Philadelphia bunched
Its hits behind erratic fielding by Doyle
and Pechous and won the first game of the
series, 4o t, from Chicago. Alexander was
hit hard, but was given good suonort in
the pinches, two doubls plays coming to his
. . ' ARH.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.B.
raKsrt,ot 4 t 1.1 OFIack.rf 4 1110.
1 Dllhofr.o t
Sport Calendar Toaay
Athletics Annual fall games of New York
Athletic club at Trovers Inland. Annual
meeting of Central A. A. U. of Chicago.
Racing Clone of Kentucky Jlacliig aaao
oiatloiL at Lexington.
Swimming A. ., A. V. women's - jfatlonal
championship ai San Francisco.
. Bench Show Specialty show of PliTmdcl
phla Airedale Terrier club, Philadelphia.
Base' Bali Central Illinois semi-professional
tournament at Peoia, ,
v Antonibblle llarkness Cold Challenge
Trophy race at Kheepahead Bay, N. Y. Track
races at AUentown fair, Allentown, Fa.
. Boxing Harry Greb s. Knockout Brown,
fifteen rounds, at Dayton, O. - I
Stock, 8 b I
1 S t
1 4 I
0 t 4
0 4 4
0 0 lj
ODouglas.p 10 11
Totals.-! S ST IS t Tota,ls..tl 8 T 16 I
0 0 0 0 0 4 1 44
0 0 1 0 4 4 00 01
Two-bass hits: Woltar. It
Stolen -bases: Psskert, Stock. Double plays:
Bancroft to NUhoff to Luderus, Williams to
Doyle, Nlehotf to Bancroft. Bases on balls:
Off Douglas, 1; dff Alexander, I. Struck out:
By Alexander. by Dauaiaa. iinni....
O'Day and Harrison.
Exhibition Battle Goes
i r To Brooklyn Nationals
Irldianaoolis. Sent. 21 .Th
lyn league team defeated the Indian
apolis Amenacn association .team In
Dusty Girl sWins Feature
Race at Lexington Fair
Lexington, Neb., Sept. 21. (Spe.
cial.) Today finished the horse rac
ing at the Dawson county fair. To
morrow auto races will be held. Race
Dusty Qirl .', 1 1
Fred C. Todd 1 1
Billy Breexo J t
Best time: 1:03,
Trotting: t:H Class, 'purse S300t . '
Lady South 1 1 1 1
Trappolls ..... ...........J lit
Idlewild . . , , ...l t 4 4
Best time: 1:17 W. -
Paclngi i:13 Class, Purse $300s
Ells Bells Jr.
Best time: 1:17.
Seven-felghths-Mlle Running Race, Parse
Innovation, won; Star O'Ryon, second;
Little Druggist, third. Time: 1:32.
Four and One-Half Furlongs: Purse flOO:
Indlanola, won; Doctor Reaber, second;
Teddy Bear, third. - Time: 1 minute.
Defunct Fed Club Asks
Big Damages from O. B. 6.
Washington, Sept. 21". Suit , was
filed by the Baltimore Federal League
Base Ball club in thej District of Co
lumbia "supreme court today against
officials of the Americai. league, the
National league and others for $900,
000 damages under the Clayton law.
The Clayton law is the amended
Sherman anti-trust -act, ,
an exhibition gamfhere today, 7, to 1. UfpHa QOUpIe Mamed
Announce All Players Who
Will Pfay in World Series
Cincinnati, O, Sept. 21. The Na
tional Baseball commission toay de
cided that the folloing players and
none others will be eligible to par
ticipate In world seriea games:
thicago American league team-l
C. H. Rowland, manager; Joe Ben.
R. Byrne, E. Collins, John Collins,
E. V. Cicotte, D, Danforth, U.
Faber, O. Felsch, A. Gandil, R. Has-
brcajk, J. Jackson, J. Jenkins, T.
ourdan, H. Liebold, B. Lynn, E.
lurphy. F. McMullin, C Risberg,
A. E. RusseHj R. Sehalk, J. Scott
George Weaver, C. Williams, M.
Wolfgang and W. Gleason (coach.
- New York National League club
John i McGraw, manager; Fred
Anderson, J. C Benton, A. W.
BairoV jr, George 1. Burns, Al De
maree, Arthur Fletcher, George
Gibson. Walter Holke. C. L. Her.
aog, Bennie Kauff, John B. Lobert,
Lewis G. McCartw. T I. Xfnrr
John J. Onslow, W. D. Perritt,
Davis Robertson, William A. Bari
den, James L. Smith, H. F. Sallee,
Ferd M. Schupp, Charles M. Tes
reau, James Thorpe, Joa Wilhoit
ana tienry Zimmerman.
Custer County Fair Opens'
At Broken Bow Sept. 25
Broken Bow.iNeb.. SeDt. 21. ("Soe-
cial.) The Custer county fair opens
here September '25 and continues four
J Ci.J. J !..!, , 1 "I '.
udjo. oiulk anu agricultural exniDiis
promise to be better than ever and an
attractive racing program has been
arranged, including automobile races.
Special attention has been given to the
amusement program, some of the fea
tures being high diving horses and
girls and a well known carnival com
pany to entertain-the crowds at night
ine theaters are putting on special
attractions for the week.
The officers of the fair association
this year are Judge H. M. Sullivan,
president; Judge N. D wight Ford, sec
retary; - Alpha Morgan, treasurer;
James Stockham, superintendent."
TWO KILLED IN JAP
Bomb Concealed in Sacks of
'Nitrate Goes Off; German
Plot Is Suspected by
Recently at Auburn, Neb.
Stella' Neb., Sept, 21. (Special. V-
hv cm xvi. . oncucru ana anss Carrie
Finerman were married at the Lu
theran parsonage in Auburn by Rev.
Mr. Ritzen this week. Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Morris were witnesses to the
ceremony, Mrs. Shefferd is the daugh
ter oj Mr. and Mrs. George H. Finer
man of Stella. The groom's parents
are dead and he is farming for him
The young couple had planned a
wedding trip, but gave it up when the
groom's brother Frank received notice
recently to be ready for a call to the
coiors wunin tweniw-iour oours,
. - . ; v -
Shubert Principal Is .
Called to the Colors
Stella, Neb., Sept:, 21. (Special.)
William Keuhler of Milford, who was
elected principal of the high school
at Shubert was in the first draft and
has been called to the colors.
Rev. Mr. Pardee, a minister at Shu.
be'rt, was holding revival meetings at
the time and took Mr. Keuhler's place
until a principal could be secured. E.
W. Lowmis the newly elected prin
A Pacific Port, Sept. 21. Explosion
of a bomb in sacks of nitrate being
loaded on the Japenese passenger and
freight steamer Seiyo Maru at Iqui
cjue, Chili, killed two persons and in
jured ten, it was reported on the ar
rival of the vessel today. After the
blast four other bombs were found.
Members of the crur cairi a r.ormm
lagent was suspected.
lhe Kev. John L. Reeder of South
Pasadena, Cal., and others told of
the attempt to wreck the vessel.' Rey.
Reeder said a German painter work
ing near the pier where the Seiyo
Maru was docked had been arrested
following the explosion and that a box
of dynamite and bombs had been
found in his house. The steamer left
while the Chilean authorities were
investigating, he said.
Those killed included two soldiers
who were loading the nitrate onto a
lighter which conveyed it to the ves
sel, passengers said.
An examination of the other sacks
of nitrate revealed the remaining sul
phuric acid bombs concealed in fruit
cans, according to the reports.
Ambulance Collides '
' Wijh Auto; Driver Hurt
v Edear. Neh. Knr 91 'C--t
. -, f . -ytvvwa,.-
An accident happened west of here
as a result of which John Hill had his
right elbow dislocated and Cecil
Graul wa5 cut on the right hand and
sufferedia few minor cuts on both
legs. They had gone to Hastings in
the auto hearse to get the body "of
Charles Smith, rho died in the sani
tarium there the Kama mnrnimr rA
on the way home were run into by a
uiu as mcjr weni to, pass a cross
road. They were going east arid the
rord was rnminot (mm , A-.u
- , - " 4 UUl Iti. I
Oraul saw the For4 coming and tried
try uneel nn en annM -.11.' V
but the other' fellnw vn gnino
hf a. .... cr l"w
Vj , " ,wa no "uck tne rear
end of the hearse turning it over. The
two men' in the Ford were from
Veteran Conductor v
Meets With Death
Table Rock, Neb., Sept 21. (Spe
cial.) Word reached here last eve
ning of the accidental death of Con
ductor K. ECleavelan'd by being
caught between two cars at Rulo,
Neb. some thirty mills' east of here.
He was a veteran conductor on the
Burlington, having been in its em
ploy for more than fifty years. At
the time of his death he was con
ductor on the stub train from Atch
ison, Kan., to Rulo. Neb.. Mr. Cleave
land lived in Table .Rock for many
years. He is survived by three sons,
who live in California, and two daugh
ters, one living in Atchiso Kan., and
the other at McDonald, Kan. . He was
between 75 and 80 years of age.
From Our New York Factory
Direct to the Wearer
Shirley's plan is to sell direct and
save, every purchaser the differ
ence between the usual wholesale
and retail prices.' By selling 'di
rect, we not only save roadsales
men's costs, butwe eliminate the
retailer entirely. You jcm-. buy
Shirley's $12.50 Clothes only at
one of Shirley!s outlet stores. r
Buy Shirley Clothes
and Save Ten Dollars
Go to, any ordinarwetailer in this
city. 'Ask Jo see the clothes he"
v- sells at $25. Look them over care
fully. Then comf to Shirley's and
see what we offer.
Suits and Overcoats, at
I. 109 South Sixteenth Street I
' ; , MC8EMENTS. : , I PHOTOPLAYB. , "
' -" - ,
Lut 2 Tlrau
, Matine 2:30
THE BRANDEIS PLAYERS
IN THR MIIRUIMr.
SENSATION- ' MAJESTY
Priceti Matinee, 2Sc, 35c and 80c; Night, 25c, &5c, 50c and 75c
fflS TOMORROW NI6HTS
Avery Hopweo's Gale of Laughter
It Ripple With Good Clean Fun, the No. 1 ComMnT
It Ripple With Good Clean Fun, the No. 1 ComMnT
Playing Week Stand Only. With a TVnie.l Slw R.J
PRICES .B25:S!I-! NO HlrtHFP
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atailor-made aA, .
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Last Time Today
WALTER SHOWE & CO.
'The Suffragetf" '
WILL STANT.ON & CO.
' "HU Last Dfop"
GRANVILLE AND MACK
Street Musician - ,
; - One Upright Jeter
Big Photoplay Offering -
FLORENCE LA BADIE in
"WAR.AND THE WOMAN"
Daily MaU 1S-2S-50C
Thrt fmrtiy LlttU
Fi.ny Little Uuah
W , MHHiM. Twimty-taur Crwk.fl.
B.tl In Grind Bllt 0 Lyx.
UDIES'.OIMC MATINEE WEEK DAYS
THE BEST OF VAUDEVILLE
.. V f
Lat Two Time of Current Bill
Matinee Today, 2:15
5 TONIGHT 8:05
NOTE-JuilA ARTHUR fat "LiWty
AfUm" on first and patron UI not bo
Mated durtaf har production.
SHADJr" LAKE, Columbu. Neb.
Sunday Night, September 23
y "(The Mysterious
'THE SLACKER" ?
A play that sound the
"FABLE IN SLANG"
: Wtck Bef. Sunday
v SEPT. M .
Mat. Wed. and Sat
Ayerr HodwooJ'. P..1. t I ....L.
FAIR S WARMER
, Direction of Selwya Co.
NiffctoZSc to IM; Mat. 25c to $1.00.
Harry( I M in turn Dorothy Shoeaakcr
Last Times Today
Mat, Wed. and Sat. 25c, 35c, 50c
Eyary Nifht, 25c. 35c. 50c, 75c Boxes $1.00
La it Time Today
LITTLE ZOE RAE, in
"THE LITTLE PIRATE"
Today WILLIAM RUSSELL, in
."PRIDE AND THE,MAN'r
MME. OLGA PETROVA, in
"THE WAITING SOUL"
When Writinjlo Our Adrertisers
Mention Seeing it in The Bee
BOYD f.1?!" B'f'nninr Sun. Mat
Tr D"AEES TUES. St WED.
- ?unJ " 'k Kuni Comedy Drama
1? Story of a CM Wh. Wat Rl(tbt.
..AZY"J? WIIIR TEAKS
MATINEES 25c NITES 18e to TSe
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