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DODGERS WALK ON
FUNSTON FIVE IN
Iowa Camp Athletes Prove Too
Strong ancr Fast for Men
, From South; Creighton
j Funston Tonight.
Camp Dodge, 27; Camp frunstonr 18,
Camp Dodge showed that it could ,
play ; real basket ball - Thursday at
the Creighton gym In the second
round of the triangular basket ball
tournament, by taking the much
touted Funstoneers to a thorough
trimming. -The exceedingly lengthy
soldiers from Dodge p literally
trampled all over the surprised army
lads from Kansar. ,.
: Set Fast Pace.
The pace was fast at all times, but
Camp Dodge had the edge on the
Kansans in speed and superior floor
work, Campbell, aided and abetted
by Rector, Allison and Stevenson
starred for Dodge. This quartet ran
the ball up and down -the floor, and
shot goals on the dead run. The
guarding of Allison and McCormick,
especially, was cheered.
Sergeant Leslie Burkenroad, a
former Omaha star, literally was the
whole works for Funston. He was
in the thick of every scrimmage, and
led the attack for his comrades. He
never shirked, but was always ready
to take the ball and travel down the
lloor. Burkenroad was 'singled out
by the Dodge warriors, aud was
closely guarded during the game,
which accounts for the small num
ber of field goals he garnered.
Hodge, a former all-eastern 'for
ward, did not .show up well last
night The reason was Allison, his
btR guard. ' He hooked in one field
goal, but made eight out of a possi
ble 11 foul throws. Both Modissctte
and Swiney were forced to retire
from the game on account of minor
.:' 4 Details of Game. .
CAMP DODGB. ,-. ,
r.O. F.T. P.F. T.F. rt.
Stevf nort, rf ....... S
Bwlnfjr, it .......... 0
Iltctor. t S
McCormick, rf . ... . 0
'mpbll, tub. IX.... 8
tlurphy, tub. If..,.. S
C aliper, aub. e 0
Huge, aubc rf 0
Kalaon, aub. If
F.Q. F.T. P.r. T F. Pta.
ITodtra. tf .....
ModiMtl, o .
Worrlaon, lg . .
Lloyd, aub. c.
...... 6 S 1
Kllna of Ktbraaka, Wealeyan;
timer 'and acortr. Walt Gartner. Tlma of
balvea, 20 rplnuta. 10 mlnutea mtarmtaalon.
The Preliminaries. "
As' a curtain raiser to the Carrfp
Dodge-Camp Funston contest at the
Creightdn eym last night, the sol
diers from Fort Omaha defeated the
41st infantry men from , port Crook.
Kemp and Sfooneyham nut up stellar
exhibitions for the soldiers at Fort
Omaha, and Olson and Poneatowski
performed consistently for the Crook
army men. Fort Omaha outclassed
For Crook oh teamwork and ability
ia locating the basket.
Kieckhefer Leads DeOro
Chicago, Feb. 8,--Augie Kieck
hefer gained 13 points in tonight's
play against Alfredo De Oro for the
world's three-cushion billiard cham
pionship and 'now leads the cham
.pion 100 to 95. Kjieckherer scored 58
points tonight to De Oro's 45, mak
ing them in 71 innings. He had a
high run of six, while De Oro's best
continuous score was . seven. The
final block will be played tomorrow,
McLean Lands Two Out
3 Of Three Champ SkasJ
saranac Lake, N. x., Jreb.- o.
Bobby McLean, of Chicago, won two
of three events in the series of skat
ing for the professional champion
ship against Edmund Lamy here to
day." McLean won the 200-yard and
mile parse race. ;
- Ladies' Prettiest Mile ,
i Golfers to Hold Tourney
The Ladies Prettiest Mile Golf dub
will stage an indoor tournament over
the Burgess-Nash company's indoor
course Monday morning.
This afternoon, the regular Satur
day afternoon 36-hole medal play open
putting competition will be held at the
Kearney Wins Twice.
Kearney, Neb.. Feb. 8-(SpeciaD
In t double-header played here last
ntght, Kearney won both games. The
High school team defeated Broken
Bow High school, 44 to 10. Grand
Island and Ravenna have defeated the
ame team by small scores.
In the second game the Killian
' Clothiers of Kearney, defeated the
Killian Clothiers of Arnold, Nebraska
38 to 34. v:--- '7'- :
, Referee, Reynolds, Kearney Normal
Ma m -a m ' v -. kj r i iwnr'rs "J" i a i -
McManus - JT ' ' . ''
F h-DO RELIEVE THAT II .... 1 T
With the Bowlers
Y. M. C. A. league.
w. o. w.
Int. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Llvintaton. 231 14S 164 HO
Clark ......114 134 1ST 435
Bromarkle 14S l?t 170 497
Armstrong .177 312 162 641
r. a. Roth .161 i;s :oa (41
Totals '. .:. I4 2 2C6!
, EVANS LAUNDKY.
J lt. 2d. nd. Tot.
Ely n lot 153 443
Hauptrmm .IS4 K3 Wi 402
R&teman ...102 14.1 13 441
Klrasavr ...IS1) 161 142 486
Kahni ......162 123 140 418
Hajilllrap .. 34 24 24 102
'Totala ...7HC40 760 2294
flraln Eichanfh Iagu,'
, MANET MILLINO CO.
Int. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Smith 120 167 17S 466
Totala ....70S 733 765 2256
UPDIKE GRAIN CO.
lat. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Greer 1S6 99 124 403
Smith 113 136 100 414
Manafleld ..103 143 154 405
Howard ....141 177 173 491
Wills 189 1S 16 633
Handicap .. 9 9 9 27
Totala . ...74B 755 773 2278
I at. 2d. 3d. tot.
Srhoenman .125 150 207 492
Allyn 1.16 163 128 417
Hoover ...4.210 169 165 634
Krwln ......tn 163 164 449
Irona ..156 127 161 444
Totala... .770 701 815 2336
UPDIKE MILL CO.
1L 2d. 3d. Tot.
Archibald ..124 17 106 33,7
Tball '. 113 161 163 442
129 13S 113 812
; Schmidt ' ...12S lit 121 26
Foley 135 165 146
L'ndorwood .118183 191
Hay ..118 104 ...
Stovar ......195 745 179
Friedman ....... 94
Handicap .. 13 18 29
Hathawajr ..143 IN 133 423
Totala . ,.J4 72S 71S 2011
Q RAIN INSPECTORS.
Int. 2d. Sd. Tot.
Otto . ...
,...165 176 126 477
...121 117 137 37S
...133 130 132 34
...103 117 121 Zii
...163 133 140 4S0
.. I if 3
Totala . . 4.703 lit 745 2173
lt. 2d. 3d. Tot.
t.lnderholm .142 184 178 504
Pomeroy ...!46 17 114 467.
Total ....693 715 673 2030
ALDERS COM. CO.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
F.Borghoff .177 166 153 601
Alhar .179 157 151 47
t..Znder ,,.1(6 123 147 424
R. Zander ...163 167 R3 &!
Totala ....314 794 927 2431
Cole 116 127 165 403
Carey 163 173 125 456
. Totala.-. ,.64 lh 745 3177
4 V'nlon I'aclfUt. league. ; ,
Int. 3d. 3d. Tot,
Ptorra ......151 13 160 494
Matea ......116 333 16 494
I Norgard.174 173 177 524
Khlclds .,,.183 220 149. ill
Straw ......160.134 160 454
.147 159 163 46
ghoff ,125 147 135
TWO STRONG GAMES
Townsend-Naken Treat ofTSve
ning; Y. M. H. A. Give Oen.
tral Furniture Quintet
HOW THEY STAND.
P. W. L.
Nakens ............ 9 -8 1
Townsends . .. . . .v. 9 6 (' 3
Central Furnitures. 9 5 4
M. E". Smiths. ..;(.. 8 4 4
CommerSe High.., 8 . 3 5
Y. M. H. A. 9 0 9
.... LAST, NIGHT S RESULTS.
Nakens, 21 : Townsends, 17.
Central Furnitures, 24; Y. M. H. A-
1L . . . .
Two good games were played last
night in the ComnVtrcial league at
the Young Men'a ChristiaiL-associa-tion's
gymnasium. The Townsend
Naken game was the treat of the
evening. Both teams put upjmclra
stiff, even fight -that five minutes of
plav was added to work off the 17 to
17 tie. The Y M. H. A. team als
threatened to spring a bi surprise
in their game with the Central 1mm
nitures which stood 9 to 4 in the Y.
M. H. A. team's favor at the end of
the first half. During the second
half however, the prospective win-
liters lost all their form and suffered
fan inglorious defeat of 2.4 toll.
The M. E. Smith-Commerce Hign
dash was cajled off by -Commerce
because of the long list of players
on the hospital list as a -result of
Wednesday night's rough house with
Creighton High." ,
The comparative standings of the
teams remain the same. The Nakens
retain their lead by a good margin
and are regarded by floor fans as the
likely winners of the honors.
Morrison of the Central Furniture
five was the highest point winner of
the evening. Bromley of theNaken
quintet came second with 10( points
to- his credit. . ' i
Both games were remarkably clean,
Only wo players were warned foi
The Townsend-Naken game was a
draw throughout. The score see
sawed back and forth. At the end oi
the first half the Townsends led by
one point. The second half ended
with the two even." During the added
period the Nakens proved their worth
and secured the extra four points. and
the laurels. -' ,
- The summaries give the details; '
F.O. F.T. P.F. T.P. flu.
Moore, r. f...
Klepaer, L t..
Usher, r. g... .
Ruaairm, L g..
Totala 5 6
Bubs; Uelaler and A. Paynter.
, NAKENS. v
T.O. T.T. P.F. T.P. Pta.
Hansen., r. f. ........ S 0 4 1 6
Bromely. I t S 0 1 1
Kronatedt, 0 1 3 I 0
Richards, t. g.......0 1
Nordatrum, L g 0 1 0
Fuller (b) 0 0 0 -0
Totala S , 3 7 2
T. M. II. A.
F.O. F.T. P.F. T.P. Pta.
R Proitn. r. f S 1 I 1
Kalman, 1. f. ........ 10. 0 t
Kveraon, c. .......... I 10 i
Sherman,' r. g. ....... 0 0 1 0.0
Clvlna. U g.......i..j 0 0 ,0 t
Maloahok (ub) 0 0 0 0 6
X. lirown (sub)
' ToUla ........... 5 1 S I 11
F.G. F.T. P.F. T.P. Pta.
Moaltovtta. r. f. ...... 3 0 10 4
fjvloore, 1. f.. ......... 0 0 0
Morrison, o.... 6 0 1
Hawkins, r, g....... 0 0 0
Slpplcka, 1. g.4 0 O 0
Bender (auli)..-. . 2 2 '
Paldoraon (sub)...... 1 0 0
Max Moakowiti (aub)
Total II t S . 0 S4
Officials:. Burdlck. referee; Bloiles. time
keeper: Jacobs, scorer. Tlma of balvea, 12
and II mlnutea, -, ,
CO RICHTOOWN AND
E. Norgard.160 196 223 579
Deemond ...213 161 120 493
Haraeh ...43 134 228 551
Koren 171 207 193 471
McQuada ..134 177 170 656
Handicap ..6 ( 313
Total 927 SSI 960 2613
1st id. 3d. Tot.
Rug 129 120 133 382
Rowlea ....1 755 170 4S4
Mcllrtrfs .... 95 161 143 S.19
Coulter ....134 145 158 47
Till: on ..,.189 145 138 442
Total 756 696 742 2194
let. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Mlllaon ....154 141 176 370
Dormet ....168 113 143 413
Muffley ..,.169 195 203 C47
Stafford ....159 112 163 434
Henricha ...158 167 15
788 718 836 2243
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Ratchford ..171 125 188 484
Holbrook ...104 163 126 391
Horturg .... 39 143 140 372
McKcague ..146 110 104 860
Long 1(6 146 1.13, 435
Handicap ..21 21 21 63
...687 707 711 2105
SIGNAL " "
lt. 2d.' 3d. Tot.
...177 201 143 626
...133 119. 125 377
118 107 94 S19
124 133 ... 2(6
119 164 .12,4474
.110 186 123 419
.143 117 126 866
.SOI 126 181 60S
..764 749 703 2216
1t. 2d. 3d. Tot.
AnHton ....200 166 175 641
Pickett ....174 174 136 484
Vorwald ....197 163 144 474
Kanka .....1,8 2 178 498
frowder ....160 166 180 605
Total .839 520 813 2522
916 766 24C7
By FRED S. HUNTER
JOHN M'CRAW has been told' that
he has "another Walter Johnson"
in wimeri nubDell, kid hurler. The
latest "Walter Johnson" has some
thing on his numerous predecesors in
that he has been performing great
stunts in the -wilds of Idaho, where
Walter got his start. It is presumed,
as in the ease of all the others, that
the similarity ceases at this, point as
it is not even known whether his knifa
h;md is the right or the left.
Experience no Teacher.
PRESIDENT A. F. TIM ME of the
Milwaukee club, who is said tcsbe a
lawyer of parts, is at work with Tom
Hickey on a new American association
agreement whereby the eight clubs
are supposed to bind themselve intn
a compact to hang together for 501
years, ana winch cannot be legally
broken. If Lawyer Timme succeeds
in achieving this feat, the legal pro
fession will immediately discard their
Blackstone for the modern 'genius whp
perfected Ue contract which "cannot
be legally broken," and the allied na
tions of the universe will be able to
sprinsr a new one on W. Hohpnnilpm
rwhen the big peace pact is made.
We're From Missouri. "
JACKHENDRICKS, 'tis said, upon
v being inducted into office .as man
ager, was given instructions as to the
nieamng of the Cardinal Idea," which
haV something to do with fair play. Or
in other words that victory is not
wftnted unless fairly won. Those of
US, however, -who have seen Jack on
the minor diamonds will not be sur
prised if Jack should get his docfrines
somewhat confused next summer,
especially about the time Muggsy Mc
Graw or some other astute and hostile
manager puts one over when the um
pire isn't looking.
The One Hitch. '
CEVERAL suggestions of successors
to President Tener of the National
league have been made since it was
first rumored Tener intendedsto step
down from his throne. No doubt the
suggested successors are -able base
ball nten, but there is one hitch in Jhe
proceedings. Mr. Tener says he does
not mean to resign. , 7
Boyl Page Amos Rusie.
CONSIDERABLE dope is appear
, ing about the possibility of Chief
Bender, the bronze skinned veteran,
filling Alexanders place as mainstay
of. the Philadelphia hurling corps.
The White Sox might take the tip and
fill that hole at third with Kid Glea
son. Today's Sport Calendar
Beneh Show Sixth annual show ef New
ark Kennel elub, Newark, K. J. .
Skating New England championships, at
Automobiles Opening of Bronx Auto
mobile Show, Now York CMy.
Boxing Jeff Smith vs. Harry Cregi ilx
Boy Scouts Celebrate
New York, Feb. 8. At 8:15 tomor
row evening, Boy Scouts all over the
country will rise, stand at salute, re
peat the scout oath and pledge anew
their allegiance to the Stars and
Stripes. , This ceremony will mark
the eighth anniversary of the organ
ization. The week of February 15-22 has
been set aside by the national coun
cil as "anniversary week.".
Vnii ran apfir a maift efpnncrrs-
iMicr or uuoKKccpcr oj using a ec
UMAHA, SATUKDAY. ttiBKUAKi. ; iyi8.
SENATE READY TO
FIGHT WILSON S
'MORE POWER' BILL
Republican Senators Meet in
Conference to Consider New
Measure; Glass faefends v
Washington, Feb. 8. The adminis
tration railroadbill, amended to limit
government control towo years after
peace; to vest ultimate rate fixing
powers in the president and to safe
guard the short line railroads against
loss by diversion of freight revenues
to government-controlled lines, was
ordered favorably reported to tht
house today by the interstate com
merce committee. . '
Chai;man Sims announced that he
would try to bring up the bill M6n
day, but u he could not make that
arrangement, would bring it up as
quickly as passible next week. '
Washingtoji, Feb. 8. A move, to
ward concerted republican opposition
of the new administration bill pro
p6sing to give President Wilson blan
ket authority to reorganize and co
ordinate government agencies, and a
speech in the house by Representa
tive Glass of Virginia, denouncing
critics of the government are the
latest edvelopments in the contro-'
versy over war machinery reorgani
A ccnTerence Saturday morning of
republican) senators, the first held
since the United States entered the
war vtas called yesterday by Repub
lican Leader Gallinger to consider
the, new, bill President Wilson sent
to the senate. Bitter opposition to'
the measure is expressed openly by
republicans and privately by several
democratic leaders. There were 25
signatures on the call for the repub
lican conference, y
' The republicans alrT expect to
consider joint action on the admin
istration measure to create a war
finance corporation, which is being
urfted by Secretary McAdoo.
With the Overman bill injecting a
new and unexpected clement, into the
controversy several senators planning
addresses on the military commit
tee's war cabinet and munitions di
rector bills, postponed them, and the
senate held but a brief session with
out renewal of the debate. Tomor
row Senator Thomas of Colorado,
democrat, expects to speak against
the committee bills.
In the house Representative Glass
praised the administration's war rec
ord and denied Senator Chamber
lain's declaration that the War depart
ment had broken down. He detailed
army achievements and declared ten
times more troops had been sent to
France than had been expected.
Representative Mason, republican,
of 111 inois, who followed Representa
tive Glass, told the house he admired
Secretary Baker as a man who could
admit mistakes, and added: '
"For God's sake let's quit fighting
each other and fight the kaiser."
While waiting for Secretary
Baker's information regarding ton
nage available for transportation oi
troops to Europe, the senate military
committee today resumed its war in
quiry, examining Major General
Wheeler, acting thief of ordnance,
and his aides behind closed doors re
garding explosives , production.
Nebraska University '
; . Made Vocational Camp
(From a Staff Corespondent.)
Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 8. (Special
Telegram.) The state university may
be made a vocational training camp
by the government,, carrying out a
plan to utilize the universities of the
country for that purpose, according to
a message received in Lincoln today.
.If the plan materializes, the camp
will start about May 1 and the men
will be housed in barracks, probably
at the state fair grounds.
Dean Hastings, who received the
message which asked for information
regarding the capacity of the univers
ity, says that probably 1,000 men will
Governor Neville Leaves
On Trip to Camp Funston
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 8. (Special.)
Governor Neville, Private Secretary
Lee Metcalfe, Adjutant General
Hugh Clapp and Vice Chairman
George Coupland of the State Coun
cil of Defense left today for Camp
Funston to assist in. the dedication of
the gymnasium building erected " for
Nebraska soldiers at the camp.-
In the absence of Governor Neville
outside the state and the non-appearance
of Lieutenant Governor Edgar
Howard of Columbus to fill the chair.
Miss Anne Tracy of Omaha, chief
stenographer in the executive office
is doing the gubernatorial honors.
Prank Anderson Dead.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 8. (Special.)
Frank Anderson, livine at fhe Central
rhotel in this city, was found read in his
bed this morning. He was - 4a
vears of age and had in his possession
$110 in money and notes of several
people of Lincoln to whom he had
ucupic oi Lincoln to wnoin nc naiuf, -
loaned money. Tuberculosa is said teW w tha cannot be cured by
I have been the cause of his death.
COOK THAT STUFF
VrW-lT tMT FIT
fOR AN ANIMAL
j - i .1
"Stars and Stripes"
Makes Bow to Sammies
Paris, Feb. 8. The Apt number
of the Stars and Stripes, the official
publication of the American expe
ditionary force, appeared today. It
is a 'weekly, newspaper authorized
by the commander in chief-and
written and edited by officers and'
enlisted men. All the profits will
be devoted to th; benefit of en
listed men. '
The paper ha? eight pages "f or-.
dinary size and 2,000 words of
cable news will be sent from the
United State's for each issue.
GERMAN BANK IS
Pc, isian Newspaper Publishes
Documents Showing That
Lenine and Trotzky Are
Paid by Teutons.
TZ - ' "i
Paris, Feb. 8. The Petit Parisien
continues today publication of official
German documents which, it ' says,
were brought to France by a promi
nent French scientist who obtained
them from a , Russian revolutionary
The latest installment consists of a
that the Bolsjieviki movement in Rus
sia has been financed by Germany.
Among these documents is a circu
lar dated March 2, 1917, from the
German Imperial bank to all rep
resentatives in Switzerland instruct
ing them to honor all demands for
money fsom Nikolai Lenine.M. Zin
ovieff, Leon Trotzky, M. Kameneff,
one of the Russian representatives at'
the rest-Litovsk peace negotiations;
M. Somenson and, Mazsfa Kos
lovsky, who has been described as the
chief German agent in Russia, all of
whom have taken a prominent part
in the Bolsheviki movement.
May Bring Denver Ball
Franchise to Toeka
Topeka, Kans., Feb. 8. The pro
position of bringing the Denver fran
chise in the Western League to
Topeka next summer was explained to
business men of Topeka at the
chamber of Commerce this noon by
E. W. Dickerson, president f the
league. A canvass of the city is to be
made to determine if the plan would
meet with success.
Student Aviator Killed.
Lake Charles, La., Feb. 8. Clar
ence V. Ashbaigh, a student aviator
from Youngstown, O., was skilled at
the army aviation camp near here
yesterday when his airplane fell 200
feet, i - -
Be Sure to Attend the Bte
Feb. 25 to Marcfi 2, 1918
Danger Lurks' in Catarrh r ,
For It Often Leads To Consumption
You Can Avoid the Dangerous
. Stage of This Disease.
Many 'a case of consumption, that
most dreaded of all death-dealing dis
eases,' has' had its beginning in Ca
tarrh, which pursued its ownward
course until ' the lungs became af
fected. . . "
This is reason enough why you
should not delay getting on the right
treatment for- your Catarrh.- Your
experience should have taught you
s, inhalers; douches, jellies and
FEDERAL GRAND ....
. , i
I. VyVW.'s Rounded Up in Sac
ravoento and San Francisco
and Charged With Aiding
Enemy by Plots.
Sacramento, Cal., Feb. 8.' An in
dictment charging 55 persons with
ccfnspiring with William D. Haywood,
secretary of the Industrial Workers
of the World, and others, to hinder
the execution of laws of the United
States in the prosecution of the war
with Germany, was returned today by
the United States grand jury.
Forty-six of the persons named in
the- indictments are held in custody
here, while nine reside in San Fran
cisco and vicinity.
Separate indictments were returned
against William Hood and G. F. Voet
ter, iwho are charged with illegal
transportation of dynamite. '
They, also are named in the con
The arrest of Hood and Voeher
was made in connection with the po
lice investigation of the attempted dy
namiting of the home of Governor
Stephens here December 17.
Shortly after they were taken into
custody the police raided the In
dustrial' Workers of the World head
quarters and began a round-up which
resulted in 55 men being taken into
Frank H. Little, lynched at Butte,
Mont.', last year, was named among
others as persons with whom those
named in the' indictment here had en
tered intrf a conspiracy.
Frank Reilly, wanted in Chicago in
connection with the Industrial Work
ers of the World cases there, in cus
tody here, was among those named
in the indictment.
Louis Tori, who, federal authorities
said, is under indictment in Chicago,
was among those indicted today.
General charges made against the
persons named in the conspiracy in
dictment included alleged obstruction
of the operation of the selective draft
law, causing strikes and encouraging
Bail for the various defendants
named in the indictments was fixed
by Judge W. C. Van Fleet ranging
from $2,500 to $5,000.
Texas Railway Man to,
War Service in France
Dallas, Tex., Feb. 8. J. H. Elliott,
general manager of the Texas & Pa
cific railroad, has accepted an appoint
ment as assistant general manager of
the railway of the American forces
For particulars, please
Clarke O. Powell, MgT.i
S051 Farnam St., Omaha
other local applications'. And the
Sooner you throw them away, the
shorter will be your delay in getting
rid of your Catarrh.
, Undoubtedly the-most satisfactory
results toward giving permanent re
lief from Catarrh have come through
the use of S. -S. S., the time-tested
blood remedy S. S. S. treats Catarrh
by going to the very source of the
trouble and removing the germs of
the disease from the blood, and has
proved its efficacy in some of the
worst cases. Get a bottle from your
druggist today and begin the only
logical treatment that gives real re
sults; then write to our medical di
rector for any special instructions
which your case may require. Ad
dress Swift Specific Company, 818-1
Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
OLLt" ! id
TO VORK "WHEN
Vaudeville and Photoplays.
Today. All Week, Daily Mats., 2:15
2 -SHOWS EVERY EVENING, 7:15-9:15
10 Dark Kghtsgih;r&.
Vu" Sjsven Bonorhor Arabs
xver i nere ol ..rineMt p,t R,mf,
Luckte A Voit: Awl si Butter; Dave Manley;
Hearit-Patha Weekly: Sidney Drew Comedy: Er
nest Norifla's Augmented Concert' Orchestra.
Matlneei: I3c25c; Nlghti, l5o-25c-3Sc.
Sat. and Sun. Matlneei Same As Nights.
LAST TWO TIMES
"THE FOUR HUSBANDS" and
Other Current Features.
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