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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1920.
Arrest of Omaha
Organizer of Young Mens
' Business Association' Here
Nabbed in Denver on
Worthless.. Check Charge
,. Robert E. Jenkinson, 26, form
pastor of the Minne Lusa church
crganizer of Young Men s Business
association, 116 North Twenty-fifth
street, and president of the United
Shale Co. of Denver, was arrested
in Denver yesterday following a
search for him since September 16.
.The arrest came just two weeks
titer Jenkinson was married, and re
vealed an alleged money-making
scheme which rivals that of the no
torious Ponzi, eastern money wizard.
Jejrkinson is held on information tur
inshed by Chief of PTice Eberstein
and Charles Pipkin, Omaha private
detective, that he gave a $300 check
on the Colorado National bank,
where, he had no account, to Charles
Stalcoup, a member of nis associa
tion and an alleged victim of his
money-making scheme, as' pat pay
ment on an automobile. 1
Worked Stock Scheme.
'The Younsr Men's Business asso
ciation, which has been conducting a J
"co-operative rooming House, is the
, machine through which Jenkinsop
has been fleecing his victims ac-
cording to Detective Pipkin. Each
member of the association is charg-
id $65 oer month, of which $25 is
for room and board and the other
S45 credited to them in Jenkinson's
United Shale Co. He accepted dia-.
moiids and. other valuables in pay
j nient for stock. .
Methods of . operation by 'Jenkin
son were revealedjyesterday by Stol
coup, , who declared the farmer
preached to "the boys" every night,
telling them tales of financial wiz
ards and "thrillers of oil discov
cries." JeTrkinson, by his oratory,
made the boys' promise to attend
his church, they say.
Wed Member of His Church.
Jenkinson married Martha sPeter
soii, 4712 North Fortieth street, a
member of his congregation. He was
not an ordained minister
Total amount of money secured
by Jenkinson 'through alleged money
making scheme of running a co-operative
boardinsr house for voting
'nicn,ha.s atneady excecdffd $18,000,
jiccordinff to Detective Charles Pip
kin. Polise officers left last night t
bring" Jenkinson and his bride back
to Omaha. V v ':
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Armed Posses' Capture
- 1 no in oundav Lnase
Frank Clark, St. Louis, was cap
turcd a, the foot of Pine tfeet8uh-J ?ea ?nc
ilav after two armef posses 61 500kt wedding
men had scoured-the neighborhood
for - him and two companions who
are alleged to ' have robbed Mike
O'Brien of Gibson of $40 while he
s3 asleep under a tree at Second
4trret and Woolworth avenue, j
K. M. Dobbins, 1921 South Twen--""
"CT-second street saw three men ro
ue through the prone man's pockets j
an-J notified Frank Vana. 309 Piue!
treef, who organized' a second
posse, while Dobbin organized the
first. Clark was stopped by the fi
- iiig tff several shots' in the air. Dpb
bins is held as state witness. O'Brien
K hld for intoxication and Clark is
lsfld for alleged larceny from the
Ministers Refuse Plan to N
; 0 Collect Temperance Fuiids
A request of the Douglas County
Women's Temperance union asking
ihe ministers of the city to raise $200
of the uncollected county quota of
the women's organization was re
fused by the1 Omaha Ministerial
v union today, pending further infor
mation. ' :
S. ''I object to making the Miuisterial
Y.nionj a dumping ground for un
raised quotas," said Rev. Frank
StriWi. "We must at least have in
formation on this subject before we
can decide intelligently Whether we
. want to ask our people to raise this
money." ' ' 1 ' -
A committee headed by Rev. Harry
" Foster was appointed by President
.. A. DeLarme to place in nomina-
- tion officers and committees for the
- ensuing year. The election will be
held at tie next meeting.
Brownell Hall, Under New
" Director, Will Open Sept. 28
K Brownell Hall. Omaha's school for
jifrls. will open its fall term Septem
ljcr 28. 'Four new apartments hive
been erected across the street from
. the school buildings on South Tenth
, street for' dormitories. The school
' already is filled to capachy. -
Miss Sarah MacDonald, ' former
r jHincipal of the school, has resigned
ta remove to California. She will
be succeeded by Miss Jane Corwin
Finn, who mas associated with her
at a girls' school in the east. Miss
Finn is a graduate of Wellesley and
has taken nost; graduate work in
.Harvard, "Columbia,.. University of
Sarbonne.Paris,-and Univ ersity df
Nancy, Nancy, France. Several
"other changes in the department fac
ulty also are announced for the
' school this year. .
Injunction Kills St. Marys
Avenue Grading Project
Judge Sears, in district court yes-terday,-stated
he would grant an in
junction asked by the'Clarkson hos
pital against the grading of Howard
street- from Twentieth to .Twenty
ircond, thus "knocking out" the $1.-
500,000 St. Marys avenue grading
, City Attorney Frank Weaver said
-v the case would not be -appealed.
itsry WilllaiDS from Pat
cruelty. - '
"Vinorah Z. Nordlla a gain t Cbarlea
, ydlle, deaertlon.
When a mother- and child have
-fceen visiting, should the mother in
clude in her letter of thanks a note
irom her child, ' expressing hef
.,. thanks? i
,;,This. should be a gracious , and
proper thing to do. Children cannot
begin too early to practice courtesy,
but do not mikc.too gxcat a point
HOLDING A HUSBAND
1 Adele Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations jof a Wife
Why Mrs. Lukens Called on Madge.
Good morning, Mrs. Graham. I
am glad you are feeling beher."
Mrs. Lukens, trig as a gist, de
spite her. 70 y years, came tfriskly
down the steps to. the sandy path,
upand down which I -was trundling
Junior in his go-cart. It was the
first time I had seen her, save for
the fleeting glimpses I had of her
the night of our arrival.
But the impression I had received
thcn.of. an indomitable spirit tri
umphing over i age and infirmity,
was confirmed by henappearance.
There Vere traces of frailty about
heri but I could see that Mrs. Luk
ens would consider it a deep dis
grace if she thought any one ob
served thetn. - That she was a
woman of individuality I knew from
her manner of addressing ftje. , She
had never been introduced to me,
yet she spoke to hie' as though she
had known me for -yea.rs, ajid she
neither hoped nor trusted X was
feeling better two of my pet abom
inations of speech. I warmed to her
instantly. ' ,--'
I don t think it is possible for
any one to be other tnan well aown
here, is it?" I smiled at her, and
knew by her answering smile that
I had struck the right chord.
"EvenY the people with one - foot
in the grave pull' it out after they've
been down here a few weeks," she
said, with a humorous quirk of her
thin lips. "But I'd know you weren't
down here for your health, even if I
hadd't been told of your 'contem
plated attendance at the Paige-Dur-
She put her head to one side and
gave such a "delicious imitation of
Aunt Dora Paige's voice and manner
that I laughed outright. But Mrs
Lukens's face was grave as that of
the traditional jurist. ,
y' i . . nr. i i
s i i lie i eiepnonc vaii. -"If
1 don't stop chattering about
our air I'll forget my errand." she
said briskly. "I came oyer to tell'
you hat one of your friends over
at Miss-Dora Paiges,, telephoned
this morning that she wished you
would call her up just as soon asj
t wSs convenient for you to do so.
She said she didn't wish you to be
disturbed if you were asleep, so I
have been watching until I saw you
outside. The telephone is m my
own. home. Bring, the baby right
along with you.". , .' ,
- Rn that is one permission of
fwhich I rarely avail myself. I re
solved years ago that if I ever had
n 1 1 in-c
, NO RECOURSE
The King of Montenetrro and othr Balkan
gambline houses to replenish their treasuries.
When rich,Montnegrans try beating the wheel .
WitJtvlosses that swiftly increase,
They never express the suspicions they feel, , ( "
Nor foolishly call the police;
For though they can frequently see at a glance
That the game ft a scoundrelly" swindle,
It is best to keep mum for there's always a chance
. That the King may be pinching the spjadle.
When Serbian sports have bad luck at the, track,
They do not pull sorrowful faces, - !
And vow that they know they were gyped of their jack
Because some one was fixing the races.
It is risky to say that the"jing's full of thieves,
- And rascals and burpars and' crooks,
For many a heart-broken bettor believes
That the King has been making the books.-
N When noble Roumanians lose
When bucking the national game, ' s
' They do not cry loudly that something is wrong
Though they're sure that there is just the same.
Xhey never get hasty and summon the guards "
Or voice any vigorous knocks,
For they fear it's the king who is dealing the cards
, From the bottom and top of the box. y .
'-" ' - . .
JThey pocket their losses like regular sports
Andgrin, like a good loser should; . , '
" For seeing the sheriff and making reports
They kapw would not do any good.
And though being cheated is hard to endure
The old superstitions are strong, , . '
And all through the Balkans the people are sure
That the king cannot do any wrong.
' The franking privilege won't be much, use in this campaign. By
the time political speeches reach the voters the election will be over and
a new president in Office. i ,
REWARDS " : j
This is a curious country. It paid Jack Jjctnpsey about $1,000 a
minute to lick a harmless second-rate pug, and it paid Corporal York
$40 a month -to lick 20 or 30 dangerous Germans. - '
' , - ' ' s BUSY DAYS . t
It Itiepti prohibition enforcers on the Jump responding? to still
l&nna- - , ,
; ""f (Coiyrirtt, im, Br BU 0rjitt, IsJl
a' child I woufti not permit it to
become the abysmal nuisance which
appears to be the inevitable fate of
some children. Junior is just begin
ning to investigate everything with
in his .reach. I . did "not propose
either to. risk Mrs. Luken's ,break
able. possessions or' to bother her'
with his care while I telephoned.
"That will be entirely unneces
ty," I smiled. "You know there
are two devoted grandparents with
in call." , , . ,
To Banbury Cross.
"I never have seen, daffier ones,"
she admitted,' with a grinV little
smile. ' . .
I swiftly "congratulated myself
that I had guessed one of Mrs. Luk
en's' idiosyncracies ar eversion, not
to children, but to any activHy of
theirs -outside reaularly ; prescribed
lines. The , old-fashioned idea of
children "seen and not heard", was
hers, I was sure, and I made a quick
little resolve that Junior should not
be much in evidence when she was
, "Oh, father." I raised my voice
slightly, and my lather, ,who had
been ; readingJiis- newspaper upon
the veranda, rose instantly- and
came toward trie.
"What is it,' daughter?" he asked
with the beautiful courtesy which
marks his every . word and action
toward me. .'", - ' '
"I didn't mean you to get up,". I
said, contritely. "I was coming to
you. " Would yotr very much mind
taking care of Junior for a few min
utes while I telephone?" I. smiled
at him roguishly. ' : '
"i think I might manage to un
dergo the ordeal," he smiled back.
Then . he held out his arrns to Jun
ior, r 4
"Want- to come to . erandoa. lit-
f tie man?' he asKed, coaxingly
Junior needed -no second invita
tion. He scrambled upborn his go
cart with , such precipitation that if
I hadn't caught him be would have
tumbled on his nose. ; .
"Dan-pa wide baby?" he queried.
with the evident remembrance ot
- BaiAury Cross expeditions upon his
"A hip- loner ride." his erandfath
cr assured him,, an as I departed
withe Mrs Lukens to answer the
teleohone messaee which troubled
me vaguely, I heard my small son's
gurgle of delight as his grandfather
began the famous- ride which gen
erations of babies have taken.
monarcha' have been coimucting
right along1 "
LUCKY THEY" DIDN'T CLEAN HOUSE.
- Too" Many Callers.
, The news of Rustv Wren's sign
"Boy Wanted," spread like wildfire
through the whole ot Pleasant, Val
ley. Rusty had put the sign out at
daybreak. And. before- sunset as
many as 50 of the field and forest
people had -come shyly to Farmer
Green s., dooryaro.
Some of them came to apply for
the position, and. sonic ot them
"I'rn afraid jrou won't do."
merely' wanted 'to see the sign for
it was a most unusual sight" in that
there were, others too, such as
Fatty Coon and Tommy Fox,-ovho
said that while they didn't care to
visit Farmer Green's place in the
daytime, they expected to call; there
during the night and take a look at
Kusty Wren s home and the odd
sign upon it. , '
Yes! So qaiet a person as Rusty
Wren, 'who never wandered far
from home, had become famous in a
Vet it proved to be a, very bad
day fbr Rusty s family, because h
had almost no time at all in which to
try to bring- home any food, v No
sooner had lie talked with one' caller,.
than anothej-knocked. at his door
And so the steady stream of strang
ers kept him busy as , a littie red
wagon, as Farmer Green would re
It was a discouraging business, to
sav the least.. Ihouzh Kustv had
advertised for a "boy," persons of
all ages appeared and - wanted to
work . for. him. Some of them were
old. enomrh to be his grandfather,
And what was worse, they were all
so big that they couldn't squeeze
through Rusty s little round door.
(The hole in the syrup can, you wilt
remember, was only slightly larger
than ' a quarter of a dollar.)
Ut course, mere was no use ot nis
hiring a helper' that could do only
half the work, what Kusty wanted
was somebody that could not. only
catch an insect, but bring it right
inside the house sod drop it into
the mouth of one othi childrenv
At last when Rusty had alnibst
given up all hope of finding anyone
of the required size, a young kng
hsh sparrow new uo and said boldly
that he was the very person for the
position. f He claimed that he could
get in and out of Rusty's door with
out any trouble. And he was just
about to prove his claim,' too, when
Kusty Wren stopped him.
"Wait a moment 1" he told the
sparrow. "My. wife is calling me.
And I must see what she wants."
Sa he disappeared inside his house,
' ' By J. J. MUNDY.
Look Before. .You Leap.
Don't waste your sympathy on the
unmarried , young man or young
woman particularly r the- middle-
aged single person knows what he -or
she is doing in remaining unat
tached. - ,
.' The-newly, wed are the greatest
offenders of this sort.
It seems-to them the most won
derful thing in the world, of course,
from, more than one standpoint and
so they are just welling over "with
commiseration for those who may
be-really enjoying single blessednessj
V . i. .7
1 ihj it is unjust to say xnai; every
5o,-calledld maid or old bachelor is
selfish and; inconsiderate and no
Undoubtedly . every middle-aged
man or. woman longs,-at 'some time
Ao be closely interested in an under-
standing companion anu wisnes ior
children to call their own, to love
and to do for and to guide spiritually
to the pinnacle they have missed in
the struggle. (-
But it is far better to remain single
than to be a party to a marriage
which is merely for a protector, .for
a bread winner, a housekeeper, a po
sition, for financial ' 'reasons or ' a
home where he or she may be . dic
tator, f .-.
These conaitioiisvmake (ufisuijcess-.
tul( marriages, and those who Con
tract them would better remain
ingle, -v , ' v
(ConrrifBt. 10. International - rt,ta
Jy S&V ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
JSLJr' ; m
to return shortly with a dph;ful look
upon his face. M ,
"I'm afraid you won't do," lie said
to the young English sparrow. ...
"Hal" cried the strangerJmperti
nently. "It's easy to sec that your
wife rules the house. And, since
that's the case, Km very gUd I'm
not going to work for you." He flew
away then, with a jeering laugh
which made Rusty, Wren feel quite
Now Mrs. Rusty had "overheard
the talk outside her door. Arid she
had no intention of letting any rude,
noisy iingnsn . sparrow even it he
was a young trie come inside her
house. . ;
That was why she called to her
husband. And she made the matter
so plain that Rusty knew there "was
no use of trying to change her mind
Things were growing worse and
worse.- Ihe children were all cheep
ing for food, until Rusty Wren could
hardly endure the noise.
And he, too, felt painfully, hungry.
(Copyright Grosset & Duniap.) .
(Here's a chance t,i make Tour, wlf
n-orth ' money. Each dar The HA mill
pnhllkli n aerie of questions. The caver
tliinr which you should knnn 'The rirat
twmplete llt or rorreet answera and the
name or tne winner will ho published on
the day indicated below. Be aura to a-hre
your vlewa and address in full. Address
fluestlom Kditor." Omaba Bee.) ',,
1. Which is longer, a kilometer or
2. Which was the lareest of the
three divisions of PalestineGalilee,
Judea or Samaria? ; .
3. On what lake does Wisconsin
4. What naval officer wears an
anchor and two stars on his oollar?
5 What does p'residerit"emeritus
mean? v i
(Answers Published Friday.)
FRIDAY'S ANSWERS. ;
1. At what townin Vireirlia was
the filial decisive battle of the Revo
lutionary war fought? Yorktown,
"2. Wrhat is the capital of Oregon?
Satcm. . r
3. In what city U the residence of
the Roman catholic pope? Rome.
4. What Spanish general i known
as the conqueror of Mexico? Cortez.
5. Why is yeast put in bread? To
make it light. '
Winner: Israel L'oyett, room 108,
City Hall, Omaha. r
I'M THE GUY
I'M THE GUY who takes nis Kirl
to a party and then because HE
doesn't want to dance, or . can't
dance, doesn't want HER to.
She's MY. girl, isn't she?' Then
if I want her to stick around with
ME alt the time, why haven't I the
hight to expect her to'do .iti
IrI'm not dancing, why should l
let stme other guy have her to dance
If I can enjoy the party 'without
dancing, why can't- she?
If she d.,Tather be dancing than
be sitting with me, then she; needs
disciplining, that's all. '--
Jiy should I daiice just because
SHE wants to? MY preferences
and desires ought to be considered
first. If she exoects toVmarrv me
some day she'd better begin under
standing that now. Otherwise srie'll
wake up with a jolt later.
lake it Irom me.
Why is Delaware called the "Blue
(Copyright, 1920, by the - Wheeler
Captain Caldwell, tfor a'tiine an
officer in the First Delaware
Regiment during the Revolution,
was noted not . only for "his. dar
ing spirit and extreme . bravery,
but also for his fondness for"
cock fighting. According to coy
temporary historians, . .Captain
Caldwell had onJy two real. In
terests in life a battle or .skjrm
ish which gave him an-Wpor-tunity
to face danger and a fight
betweeu two full-blooded game
cocks. ,; ' f .,
He was extremely popular' inx
his regiment, and. its high stand-;
ard of discipline was generally,
dmitte d to be due to his exer
ions and .the hold which he had
over his men. Therefore, when
the officers were sent on recruit
ing service or to secure men to
fill the vacancies in the First Del
aware Regiment, it was a saying
that they had "gone off for some
of Caldwell's game cocks." But,
as the captain insisted "that "no
.cock could be truly game unless
the mothex-was a blue hen, '.the
expression "Blue Hen's .Chick
ens" was -substituted for game
cocks, and the state of Delaware
became known as the "Blue. Hen
Bonds and Notes
Bonds and note quotations furnlsehd by
reiers xrusi company:
Bid Asked Yield
Am. T. & T. 6a, 1924.... 92
Am. T. & T. 6s. 126 95
Am. Tobj Co. 7s, 1922.:. 991i
Am. Tob. Co. 7s. 1S23...
Anaconda Cop. 6s. 1929. 90
rrcnen m. Ss, 1945....
'Armour Conv. 6s, '20-'24
Armour. 7s, 1930
Belgian Gov. 6s, 1926.. x
Bemlan Oov, 7Hs, 1945.
Beth. Steel 7s, 1922
Both. Steel 7s, 1923
British 6Hs, 1929
Hrlllsh 6is, 1921
C. B. & Q. 4e. 1921
Can. Gov. is, 1921....
Can. Gov. CVjs, 1929...
86 14 7.60
C. C. C, & St. L. 6s. 1929 86
i;ua. rack. Co. 7s, 19J3.
Goodrich 7s, 1926 :.
Jap. Gov. Int 4Hs, 1925.
Jai. .Gov. 4a. 19JT
Mgt. & Myers 6s. 1921.
Vi'i K 7.7S
92 'il'i 9.06
755, "6 10.83
69 59Vi 10.20
97 98",, 7.80
i-roct. & nam. 7s,
Prort. & Gam. "s.
swift- Co. 6s, 1921.
owiss jov. sa, 1940....
Union Pacific 6s, 19S8
Wilson Conv. 6s, 1921..
Si'ew York General. .
Aew York. Sent. ;fl frinur -n.,n
spring patents, $12.75013.60: spring clear
siv.7teii.25i ; winter straights, 111.25
11. 0: Kansas straights. II 5 2KMa
Cornmeal Unsettled; yellow granulated,
5o904.05; white granulated, 3.803.93.
- Wheat Spot, steady; Xo. red and No.
2 hard, 12.68, spot c. i. f. track Nev York,
and . No. 2 mixed durum, 2.68, c. i. f. to
.Corn Spot, easy; No 2 yellow, $1.46,
c. 1. f. New York, 10-day shipment.
: Oats Spot, easy; No. 1 white. 74c
Hay Steady; No. 1, $2.402.50; No. 2,
$2.5002.40; No. 3. $2.162.26; shipping.
Hops Quiet; state and Pacific coast.
1919. 6570c; 1918. 6065c.
Pork Stendy; mess, $31.00032.00; fam
Lard Easy; middle west, $24.30 21.40.
' Tallow Steady; special loose, 11c.
' Rice Steady; fancy head, 1313c;
Bluo Rose, choice, loo.
w York 8urar.
New York. Septi 20. There - was no
chanfein the raw sugar market' today, al
though a little more business was report
ed. There were sales ot 15.000 bags of
Cubaa for Immediate shipment and 1,800
bags afloat to local refiners at vc. cost
and freight, equal to 10.78c for centrifugal.
Itenned sugar was unchanged at I4.iuc to
16,00c for fin granulated.
Futures were quiet and prices ratner
easier unden liquidation, with quotations
about 10 to 15 points net lower at midday
on active positions.
Sugar- futures closed steady; sales. --,uuu
tons: October. 9.66c; December, 9.45c;
January, f.20c; March. 9.15c; May, 9.2Qc.
, New York Sugar.
N'w York. ' Sept. 20. There was no
change In raw sugar prices today, bur
there was a kutie better inquiry noted
and more business was reported than In
some days past. The business Included ,
15,00 bags of cubas for Immediate ship
ments.- s.ooo bags ror prompt ana i,xuu
afloat, at 9c. cost and freight. Four
teeli hundred bars atf Perus afloat at 9 Mi
cents c. i. f., and 800 bRgs of various
kinds of molasses sugar in port at 6.50
oents c. I. f.. 89 test and 4.76 cents c. i
f. 82 test. The close was steady at 9
cents for Cubas. cost and freight, equal
to. 19.78 cents ror centnrugRi
Omaha Hay Market.
-' Upland Frairie Hay No. 1,
l9.60;No. 2, $14.0016.GO; NO. 3,
- Midland No. 1,
917.0018.00; No. 2,
Lowland No. 1. $10,5012.50;
S8.60ffi9.50: No. 3. I6.0fl?.fl0(
Alfalfa Choice, 828.00; No. 1, 24.00(3)
26.00; standard, J20.0022.00; No. 2,
:i4.0sM6.nfl: No. 3. lL0.01i 12.00.
rm Oat, 10.00fifi2.00; whrat, I9.0O
11.00. , .
Liberty Bond Prices,
. New . York. SeDt. 20. Liberty bond
prices at nooiw 3 ',4s. 90.14: first 4s, 86.79
bid; second 4s, 85.26; first .4 lis, 85.98;
second 4 Vis, L85.26; third 4V,s. fs. 60; fourth
4'is, 5.50; Victory 3s, 95.116; Victory
4s. 96.66. .
Liberty bonds elosed:" -HA' 90.04; first
4s, 85.50 bid; secdnd 4s. 85.20; first 4Hs,
8S.00; second 4is. 86.44; third 4'is, 88.48
fourth 4 Vis,
Victory 4 54 s,
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, 5a..Kept. 20. Turpentln-
Firm. fl.Siif ftl.3s; sales 333 bbls.; re
ceipts, 418 bbls.; shipments, 230 bbls.;
stork, 13.152 bbls. -
Rosin Ijlrm; sales, 475 casks; rocclpls,
1.208 cask'"; shipments, ,325 casks; stock,
Quote: B, D, E, F, G. H, I, K, M, WO,
' : ' - Bar Silver
Now Tork, Sept. 20. Silver Bar, do
mestic. 9S'v; foreign, 94 Vc.
Mexican- Pollsffs 71 H" I
Cafe in Omaha-
From 11VA. M. to 2 P.
315 South iSthSt:
; Cafeterias . -
Pay Dividend to .Those
! V1 Do th Wirk
Bring tour Old Hat to Us
We WUl Make It Good
.L:k4'.A New -LAMBROSBROS:
JUt Farnam St Phone Tyler 4120
for The Bee by Sidney Smith.
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by Logan & Uryan, feters Truat uuuaing;
Am. Smelt. & 4t!g. 6n
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Armour 4a. 1939
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& O. Cvt. 414s, 19,13
Cal. Gas Unl. s, 1937
C, M. & St. T. Gen. 44s, 1932.
C, M. & St. P.. Oen. & Ref.
C, It. I. & T. Ref. 4s. 1WI4
D. & R. O. Col. 4s, 1936......
Gt. Nor. 414a, 1961.'
65 Si 6 5 94
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111. Central Joint 5s. 1933..
.Jlo. Pac. Ref. 6a, 1923
Jlo. Pac. Ref. 5a, 1926
Mo. Pac. Oen. 6s, 1976.......
Rio Grande W. 1st 4s. 1939..;
St. .Ij, & 8. P. P. I,. 4s, 1960.
St. U & S. F. Adj. 6s. 1955..
St. CL. & S. V. Inc. 6s. I960..
S. T. & 8. W. Inter. 6s, 1952.
W. U.,Tet. Col. Tr. 6s, 1918..
Wilson 6s. 1941
K. C. Southern 5s. 1959
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Hc.l llal 4m, 1989
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t. R. T. 5s
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New York Curb Stocks.
Allied Oil , 21 61
BoHion-WyomluK 16 Hi
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Merrit Oil X
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Armour Leather Co. common..
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New York t'offee.
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TONIGHf AT 8:20
Ail This Week '
John Golden Presents
. AND ! .
In a New Comedy With Sengs
Tickets: $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 50"
. , . , .i .. .
. Nights, Commencing Next Sunday
. FISKE O'HARA
In an Irish Melody Drama
"SPRINGTIME IN MAYO"
I Nights: 50c to $2.fXK .
Matinees Wednesday and- Saturday
Best Seats, SK5Q. 9 Seats Noyr
Matins Dally. 2:15 Every Mint. :IS.
LASPIRIT OE HAROI GRAS
AN: McCersitek Irvlss;
Mn. WlllnJlos SsrsrlM";
h Bn.: Teolci et the Day; Kleasrami.
Mats., I&c ta 50c: terns 76e te IIJW Sstur
and Sunday. Nlilit. 150 ts 11.00; urn 11.25
Saturday and Sunday.
Curtain rltci alter saradei (in.
"OMAHA'S FUN CENTER"
After Parade Passes
THE STATE-WIDE K
PURPOSELY BOOKED FOR AK-SAR-BEN WEEK
THE STATE-WIDE KNOWN NEBRASKA BOY
ED LEE WROTH his Best Show
With Owen Martin and Dolly Sorest .
Beauty Chorus of 20 Chlekono All Ssrinuert
GRAND MATINEE DAILY
Sat. Mat. & Wk.: Watton & Cehas. "Girls da
"OH. WHAT A DAY'': BILLY SMYTH ft CO.;
HUGO LUGETNS: TIMi . TYLE. Photeilay
Attrsetlon: "Mertly Mary ' Ann."- (eatut(ni
Shirley Maton; Billy Parsons Comedy; Paths
Weekly. ' '
The First Central
Congregational Church Presents
" Welsh Male
at the Auditorium,'
Tuesday EVeningSept. 21, 1920
Tickets) fOc, $1 .00, $2.00.
'Now on Sale at the Box I
wrrice j .
LAST TIMES TODAV
Thrilling! Excitinc! Dlifrtntt
"THE VALLEY OF DOUBT"
With an All-Star Cast
News and Comedy
: Binney '
You'll Like Thi Picture;
And Laugh At This One
Wednetdiy Night Electrical
Thursday Afternoon Daylight
BOTH PARADES PASS
. THE SUN
Patrons. Will, Be Informed
when Parades Are Passing
at 11-1-3-5-6:30-8 and 9:30
In' a rip
snortin' story, of
trucks' from the Saturday
Evening Post Story, "The
by Byron Morgan.
First Pictures of New York
Bomb Explosion on Wall
Street in Pa the
Band Concert, Tonight
At 7:45 P. M. and 9:45
P. M. tonight there will be a
special coricert in the Moon.
br ' -: '
: U.S. Nayal Recruiting Band,
IMPORTANT NOTICE: AW-Sar-Ben parades
all pass the MooV Electric parade Wednes
day night. Daylight parade Thursday
afternoon. Wait inside the Moon (or the
paradea. Announcement wlll-.be made
when they approach Douglas St., at which
time there will be intermission.
ELLIS PARKER BUTLER
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