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TUB BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1912.
ARK GROSS LEATHER GOODS ARE I
Direct From London, England
Exquisite novelties in Lcathercraft, Which offer
rare gift opportunities)
J I U
Tie Holders, Etc.
Bridge Sets, Etc.
Hand Sewn Gloves for men and women.
SPECIAL FUR DISPLAY
Furs from foreign climes and domestic
Owing to the importance of other lines, this weok must
end the extensive display of all kinds of furs in oast aisle.
Furs for everybody costly furs and good furs at
very moderate cost.
THE VDUHG VlGPLtt
1518-20 TARNAM STREET.
NEBRASKA'S OFFICIAL YOTE
Fall Returns at Lincoln Show Wil
son's Plurality 30,339.
NORMS WON BY 14,120 MARGIN
Htiprokfal I'rmlilMillnl Cn militate
Illil Nut llnvr Mnjnrltv Out
ItriiiilillrntiK nml Hull
Mooter In Ntnte.
AUSTRIA AND SERVIA
ARE BADLY STRAINED
(Continued frcm Vatic One.)
(Jeems to foreshadow separate action
which will render difficult the realization
(of the plan of Premier Aiutth for the
(settlement bf heat- eastern question as n
whole when the War I over.
Atmlrlnu shins Leave Conatnn tlimulr
The withdrawal of tho Austrian war
Bhlp Admiral Bpaun nnd of the Austrian
contingent of blue Jackoi from Con
stantinople and tho sudden mind unex
pected departure for an unannounced
(destination of the Austrian quadron
which tins been lylne at Bmymn, are
factors which are disturbing diplomats,
'who are In a close) union of all the ere at
(powers, tho only hopo of h peaceable
From Vienna, loo, comes the Informa
tion that the Bervian war office has re
called all the Servian troops that can bo
spared from the columns operating In
the neighborhood of Plat-end and Mon
astlr and that the fortifications of th4
Servian capital aro bclntt hastily supplied
.with heavy artillery. Tho Austrian de--tduee
from these facts that Pervla Is not
disposed to yield and u settlement of tha
Anstrd-Scrvlan dlsputo seems to them
difficult of realisation of .wvlo".-.!
mends are maintained tts'anirreductitliv
These were- outlined bj Premier Pach
Jtch of Hervla thin morning. He declared
that a minimum requlilteto Sorvia'a na
tional development was cconciinlo Inde
pendence ulnl n free and adequate pas
euge to tho Adriatic.
Itlnrmry of CruUers ( tiiinaril.
WASHINGTON. Nov. SS.-llcalinB tl
possibility of rapid and tmpoYtant devel
opment sin the Ilalkau war, the Navy
idcpartmcnt has sllRhtly chanced the Itin
erary from the blR cruisers Tennessee
lund Montana, now on the way to the
.orient under Admiral iCulithf. The ves-
iccls will be kept In close touch by cahlo
with the department, Admiral Knight, bn
the Tonnessee, Instead of Bolng direct
from Gibraltar to Smyrna, has hoaaea
first for Mallai while the Montana, which
wok destined for Beirut, has started for
Port Hold, at the entrance of the Bucs
canal. The chanjro In the Itinerary win
make It easier for tho cruisers to replen
ish their coal bunkers pending tho arri
val In the Mcdltteronean of tho collier
An Hiking Scalp
itr 2hw sjhI Ycm Wwi't Xm t
Beratek Your Ssalp. TM
rtUalttwaJWa, TtkJ Ty.
HOt'IAMSTS ISSUI3 MA IKHHTO
Men of All Nation AsUeil to I'r.
rcitt Hprenrt of nr.
tiABr.R. flwltzerlanri. Nov. IS. Social
ists of America and Europe wcro called
on by a manifesto Issued today bV tho
International socialist congress to resist
any measures for war taken uy meir
governments. The declaration was drawn
up by Jean Jaurcs, the leader of tho
Tho document say that If the Hainan
war should spread to other countries It
would be a frightful blow to civilisation.
It would be ono of tho greatest scandals
In history beeausa of the disproportion
between tho Immensity of the catastrophe
and tho unimportance of the interests on
which It would bo based. Thereforo the
socialists In the Halkarts should hasten
the end of the war. thoso In Austria
Hungary should oppose any contemplated
attack upon Sorvla, those In Italy should
prevent the sacrifice of Albania to Italian
ambitions ami thoso in tsngiana, iij-rance
and Germany should force their fc6vrn
iwmWf'o rctuso any help to Austria-Hungary
and Itussla ivul should guard abso
The gravest danger to tlie peace 01
Europe, the document points out, Is the
artificially supported hostility between
Bngland and Germany. Socialists In both
thoso countries should destroy this feel
ing by practical and energetic propa
ganda. Tho manifesto concludes;
'Tho tlmo has passed when the working
classes of tho world should shoot down
ono another for tho profit of capitalists,
tho pride of dynastic or tho exigencies
of secret treaties. U the governments
suppress the possibility of ovolutlon and
force the proletariat to desperate meas
uros the responsibility for what happens
will rest on the shoulders of the govern
Tho congress parsed a resolution to hold
null-war meetings In tho big cities of
Europe on December 16.
CALDWELL TELLS OF
PAINTER'S ADVICE TO
.UNIONIZE OMAHA JOB
(Continued from Pago One.)
Official returns of the late genenil
election were given nut nt the state house
nt Lincoln yesterday, when offlolal fig
ures from Douglas .county were avail
able. The vote for Wilson for president Is
1W.0SJ-, for Tnft. M.Z72; for ItooaeVplt. ii,-
711! for ucbs, 10.181; for Ohafln, 3.SS3.
Wilson's plurality Is M.SS9. Wilson does
not secure a majority over republicans
and bull moosers combined.
Norrls for United Htates seilator has
128,072. a plurality of 14,126 and a major
ity of I.U37.
Tho totals follow:
Taft (Hep.) I.. M.27J
Wilson (Dem.-Pop) , 100,053
Debs (Boo.) 10.184
Chafln (Prohlb.) 3,3X1
Uonnevelt (Prog.) i 7J..H
Wilson's plurality, 3flm
Norrls (llep.-Prog.) 120,072
Hhullenberger (Dcm.-Pop.) 111.W0
Phase (Boc.) 9.411
Gilbert (Prohlb.) , 2.806
Norrls' plurality, 14,12(1; Norrls' major
Aldrlch, rep. -prog. 114.075
Morehtmd, dem.-pop .123,977
Wrlcht. soe li.Ml
Wilson, proh 3.C42
Moreheod's plurality, 8,022.
McKel vie, rep.-prog. , 13.3829
Dlers. dem.-DOD 100.1S8
Jeffreys, soo 10,915
aicitcivie s plurality, 14,.
Srcri'larr ot Stnle.
Wrtlt. rep-prog 120.SS9
Keuey, dem-pop iot,35;
I'irrBon, soo 11,207
va tn's n ural tv. 1S.203.
Waifs majority, u95.
Howard, rep.-prog 123,872
Itlchmond. dem 10K.TK3
Austin, oc , 10.S2!)
Graves, proh 3.S83
nowarn s plurality, i&.om.
Howard's majority, 370. ,
ItailTay Uommlnslonrnr. 1
Taylor, rep.-prog 121, 3M
uarman, dem.-pop iu,k7
nm mo. soo w.vvj
Norton, proh 3,737
Tapioca plurality, 3,613.
Dflckmnnn, (rep,-prog.) 124,833
Ktutham, (dem.-pop.) 107,295
hOlPS. (SOO.). ..-ll.OK)
Hold, (proh.) 3.S80
Iicckmann'M plurality, 17.633.
llcckmann's majority, 2,640.
George, (rep-prog.).. 124,910
nun, taom.-pop.) lu-j.wj
Van Allen, (hoc.)
George's plurality, 15.20.
G torso's majority, COL
Clark, (dem.-pop.)... .....
Deizeii'a plurality, is.itn.
Delscll'a majority. 7,217.
Martin, (rep.-pr.og.) ,
Manura piurauty, zu.uu.
X " ' '
i.aBaaraBi oil in ii
Miller as one of the revelations to be
made at tha trial.
McManlgul testified that James I), Mc
Nnmara admitted ho wanted to kill him
(McManlgal) In the Wisconsin woods.
Judge Anderson announced he would
not Increasn the - bonds of other dc
frndants and would "pass" thu motion
for the present.
: Stone Says Engineers
1 Will Accept Award
, For any skM sAletloe, ttch, dandniCf.
iBczema, pimples, blotches, use ZBMO. No
scatter ir you hare tried everything els
"under the heavens use ZBMO. If yoar HUl'KAIO, N. Y.. Nov. 25.- -Talk of
ccalp Itches, fly to. ZBMO. ritrlku at thla time Is nonsense," said
liLTZ", " Vi P,mJ" lr Warren U. Stone, chief of the Ilrother
bood of Locomotive Engineers, today
Irernemtwr ZKMO CUKK8. when asked tho attitude of tha vngtneers
You apply liquid ZBMO with tha Anger. ion the award of the board of arbttrntlon
,lut a touch of It. No traoo la left. And ' "The award ha been mane and the en
it6,??.'.? " vanunca iniuntly, yoa know glneera have nceeptod it. The future
ii c irors. xcu Know n or too Imimt taltn or f llnelf "
niMihn timmt in.i.Ri Mti.r ;nui laxo cure or iiiseir.
I You feel this In tho dlppeftr.Eoe of all M,r , f qne '? Z'Z WWU
Itch, all Mlu. all dl.treu. (let the liberal aentatlvra of S1.570 engineers on fifty
SS-cent also trial bottle of ZBMO as quickly .two railroads east of Chicago and' north
as you can. ItelJof from skin distresies lof the Norfolk & Western, called for th
J9.? I010 fr An t,,urpos of discussing the decision of It
laST V,rr."ar-r.V.''--V," Ibonnl of arbitration appointed last Jan
Hh Urxe bottle cr 90 ccats for tho liberal ury to settle the differences between the
IUm trial Jvittl.
Mmu la sola und guaranteed br drug
'Blsta everywhere and in Omaha by Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co., Cor. ICth and
Dodge 8tl., Uth and Harney Harney Sts
i4th and Tarnam Bts., IvO-al Pharmacy,
207-9 North' lUb QL
SOUTH OMAHA BUSINESS MAN
MAN DIES SUDDENLY
no in caz
Knox , ,, 1.032
Modslson , 1.R2S
Merrick i,.,, 1,019
Nance , , . 991)
Wayne , l.oss
TotalH 21,077 26,229 912 K37
Stephens' plurality, 4.C52,
Stephens' majority, 3,103.
'. a, '
Fillmore , 2,400
Gago , 3,443
Jefferson , 1,828
' K 1.272
Thayer .., 1,S8
1 oris 2.153 .
Hloans, plurality, 4,014.
Sloan's majority, 2,007.
MOST OF YOIBB CANVASSED
Oomplotc Returno from the State
Await Douglas County Figures.
UITLE CHANGE IS SH0WN
Lobeck Lead Unldrlffe In Itace for
Consres by 310 Voles In Dotm
laa County Other Candl
18.279 900 K7
H CI A
k la Eg
Maguire'a plurality, miv.
Magulre's majority, 361,
Couffrrsa Seoonil District.
2,318 13S 63
1,087 29 SI
7,1M 446 225
1,506 56 31
2,109 63 43
1,061 41 53
2,19! 95 43
lTna m m
AdamH 1,71. 3,134 17H
Chase 430 298 33
l.!,ay. liSW 1.711 48
JJUnaj' 47(j sn m
Franklin 1,0.19 1:212 46
f rontier 943 Cfli 108
Kumas i.2n i.wi r.t
Closper 1 , 459 478 10
Ma" ... 2.2S9 1.903 2U
Harlan , , ,v, m .914 118
"ays :xt im
Hitchcock .,t 504.,' 459
Kcarnev ' mt
-sucKolla 1,382 1,538 M
i-erklna ..1 302 245 1 33
Phelps. l.nr.2 '50
tted Wllow 1,0,85 P34 170
Webster 1,361 1,2X2 75
Totals 18,818 77,522 1,421
Darton'a plurality, 1.296,
Conurenn Slsth District.
WAsmngton f .
.. T73 9K3 fl
.. 1.347 1.S55 . -0
..13,643 13,752 2,0v
..15,062 16,069 2,146
Lobeck'B plurality, 4U7.
Conirrria Third District.
Antelope , 1.520 1,504 46
lioono i.-u i.ku x
Hurt 1,561 45
Cedar 1.514 1.720 16
GRECIAN ARTILLERY OFFICER
LEAVES OMAHA FOR WAR.
Ilox Hutjo ........ C68
Durfnlo ..1 1,838
Dawes , 964
Deuel , 149
Greeley , 602
Howard r 828
Keith . 447
Key Taha 78
Loup , 2S4
FrottH Itluff SCO
Wheeler ,. 215
Totals 31,766 18.630
Klnkald's plurality, 6,236.
!TiMti Biy Hotel
ITAJVIP j- FLORIDA
' AlUr ta eiMalltsre bt o Inttrlor
lofroreiuaU. It U aov ou at tk U id
yeUU4 tiMU Is Uu Svutti. Itwcltl wkljr
ixtn. Writ lor bocUtt. '
X- Xf TAXreM. Ktufaf Blraotor.
IBEKMUBA, CUA. JAMAICA
' ran A Hl a4dniM
Brba'Sol MasH rm Packet Co.
men and the railroad.
"The award under the agreement )
tween the Ilrotherhood of Ixjcomttivo I'iu
glneers and the fifty-two rallroaiis ans
of Chicago was effective May 1, 1J1?, anl
runa to May I, 191V said Mr Stone i
discussing the board's findings. "Tha
does not necessarily .mean that the agrr
ment Is exhausted at that time. Aft'
that date It is simply subject to the usual 1
thirty days' notice of the deslro of either
party for a change."
"I It not probable that the engineers
will refute to allow tha award to elim
inate classifications of service a thing
the engineers have been thirty yeara In
trying to build up and will ufter May 1,
U1X come back (o the roads for a read
justments was asktd.
Mr. Htone declined to feny or confirm
To otTHij rni.K 14 om: div
Take UAXAT1VI3 CUOMO Quinine Tab
let. Druggists refund money If It fall
to cure- E. W OHOVrTB signature Is oa
each box. 23c Advertisement.
LIEUTENANT THKODOHD TllEODOS
Hecond Qrtclaa Artillery.
Death in Explosion
WAUKBOAN, III., Nov. 25.-Ati explos
Ion which wrecked the dry starch house
of the Corn Product company's plant this
afternoon killed between three ami twelv
workmen, Injurod twerty-aeven others,
several of whom will die, and caued
about 1100,0(10 property damage.
Edward Conrad, deputy In the Lake
county coroner's office was authority
for the statement that twelve .men at
least hud been trapped In the wrecked
Oiarlea Kbert. superintendent of the
Corn Products vnjnpany'8 AVaukegan
plant. ull that only three men had been
killed and twenty-seven injured by the
'explosion. Only thirty men had business
1 in the starch house at the tlmo of th
explosion, said Mr. Kbert.
Nearly all of the workmen killed or
Injured wore of Polish, IJthuantan or
1 Austrian nationality, and they -were on
the company's p.iy roll by numbers and
not by names.
The explosion tore the frame top house
from the five-story bulWlng and, scat
tered blta of it tor fifty yards In all dl
recttons. The body of one man killed
was blown across the Chicago & North'
western railroad right of way wtto th
hillside In Oakwood cemetery.
All of the Injur! wer pouted with
starch which had to bo washed off be
fore surgeons could treat their Injuries.
Private automobiles were pressed Into
sen-Ice to carry the injured to the hoa
Free Thanksgiving Souvenirs
You will surely need some cooking wine or brandy
or a bottle or two of nice table wine. Of course,
you want to be sure that it's good and pure.
The Hiller reputntiou for qiinlity has been well established for ,
more than twenty years, furthermore you do NOT pay retail prices
nt Ililler's. From now until Thnnksgiving Day every customer
(phone order or personal) will bo given a souvenir.
A PEW SPECIALS:
nOc Good Cooking Sherry, largo bottle -..35r
75c Extrn Flno Table Sherry, largo bottle 48d
70c Superior California Port Wine, Inrgo bottlo,. . .48
BOc CirtlfomlA Port Wine, largo bottle ,29
77mi Kent California Sautcrne, large bottle. ....... . G9t?
$1.00 imported French Hauterne, largo bottle 88tf
91.OO Good Cooking Urnmly, large bottlo. ........ .85(
91.00 Fine llock nnd Ityc, largo bottle 70fi
(A Suro Hollcf for Colds.)
$1.28 Guckenhciiner Ityc Whiskey, largo bottlo. .. .95f
-HIIIcr'H Straight Whiskey, large bottle.' 80
$1.23 Sunny brook, largo bottle
PROMPT CITY DELIVERY.
WE SHIP EVERYWHERE; SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
Canvass of tho returns of the lato gen-
ral election In DoUglaa county so far as
president, atato and legislative offices aro
concerned, was completed by the can
vassing board yesterday and the totals
sent to the secretary of state at Lincoln.
The following figures show the highest
vote, received by electors for the several
parties. The figures for electors do not
vary more than ICO:
Abbott (rep.). 6.3M; Balloy (dem.). 13.;
naknr tsoc). 2.164: Henry (Pro.), 7,:v;
Coalman (prohlb.), 121.
The state ticket figures, republican ana
democratic, are as follows:
Benator-Norrls (rep.). 14,223; Shallcn-
h.rn.r Mum 1 IS 092.
Governor Aldrloh (rep.). 12.000: More-
heod (dem.). 15.428. .,,., , ,
Lieutenant (lovernor McKelvIe (rep.).
13.207: Dlers (dem.). 12,971. t v
Secretary of Stato-Walle (rep.), 14,031;
Kelly (dem.), li,S12.
Auditor wowaru vrep,;, ih-
TreaRurer-acoro-O trep.). n.isv; xian
lAnm '1 911.
RiinrintJiiident of Instruction Dotiell
(r.r.1 1SRT.7f Clark fdpni.t. 12.434.
Attorney General Martin (rep.), 14,193;
Morrlssey (am.), is.iw.
iJind Commissioner Ileckman (rep.).
14,020; Eastman (dem.), 12.221-
Railway commissioner iayior irci.
IS.602; Ilarman (dem.), 11,741.
rnnrnmnti. Second District Bal-
drlgo (rep.), 13.542; Lobeck (dem.),. 13,768.
The official figures on state senators
and state representatives aro as follows
rvt.. 1 6MI lMneoaat U.iT.
W.W ......... - I . - . n
llaarmann .... 14.1 Baunacrs i,!w
Macfarlana .. i.wui
.. 13,3211 lle-agan 12.K0
,. 12,312 Tanner 12.0SS
Senator Itayner's successor,. It Is believed
here, although Governor Ooldsboough
has said he will not consider the matter
until after tho funeral.
The appoint? will serve until his suc
cessor Is chosen by the legislature which
does not meet until January, 1914. With
the election of this body next fall sena
torial primaries will be held at which
the voters will express their preference,
not only for the candidate to fill out tho
unexpired portion of Mr. Rayner's term,
but also for the successor to Senator
John II. Walter Smith, whose terms ends
March 3, 191C.
.... S.2tl Miller .
.... 2,287 Phillips
13,9661 Hoft ..
,. 13,228 Simon
,, 13,847 Smith ....
,. U.6S3 Sugarman
.. 1S.17S Yates
Oeo. Holmes.. t2,3S4
It. II. Holmes. 11.S94
Howard ...r... l'.sys
Add (gate ..
2,261' Lutman ...
2.2471 Spurrier ...
2.2451 Strlmple ...
SENATOR RAYHER IS DEAD
(Continued from Page One.)
of the Maryland leRisiaiure wnen
years old ond served three terms In the
national house of representatives in me
period from 18ii4 to 1892. He was elected
to the United States senate In 1904 after
having herved a four-year term as ut-
lorney uennral of Maryland.
As a member of the committees on
foreign repattons and the Judiciary Sou
ator Rayner devoted especial attention
during the last fow years to America's
foreign problems and constitutional ques
tions. IIh was a strong advocate of the
abrogation of the treaty with Russia be
cause of that country's discrimination
against passports held by American Jews
and exercised a marked influence In
getting the s-mate to endorse huch action.
Jacknon Will lie Appointed.
BALTIMORE. Md., Nov. . William
P. Jackson, member of the republican
national committee, will be appointed
Lucile Cameron is
Released on Bond
CHICAGO, 111., Nov. 25. Lucile Cam
eron, whoso association with Jack John
son led to tho negro pugilist's arrest for
alleged violation of the Mann white slave
act, was released from custody today In
bonds of 31,000. She had been held as a
witness in the case for several weeks
n the Rockford jail, where her mother,
Mrs. V. Cameron-Falconnet of Minne
apolis was allowed to be with her. The
bond was signed by Miss Camoron and
her mother, and Judge Carpenter In
structed the girl to be present as a wit
ness when tho Johnson caso comes to
trial. Neither mother nor daughter Would
say whoro they would go after the girl
was released. 1
Aliened Auto Ilmttllta Arrested.
CHICAGO, Nov. 25. Two men who aro
believed by the police to bo members of
the band of automobile bandits who have
been robbing saloons throughout the city
In the last week were arrested this after
noon following the probable fatal shoot
ing of one of the two In a saloon In
Llncln avenue. ' ,
Syrup of Figs
Sweetons Their Stomachs and
Cleans tho Liver and "Waste
Clogged Bowels "Without
Every mothor immediately realizes
after giving her child delicious Syrup of
Figs that this Is the Ideal laxative and
Physio for the children. Nothing else
regulates the little one's stomach, liver
and 30 feet of tender bowels so prompt
ly, besides they dearly love its delightful
If your child Isn't feeling well; rest
ing nicely; eating regularly and acting
naturally it Is a sure sign that its little
Insides need a gentle, thorough cleans
ing at once.
When cross, Irritable, feverish, stom
ach sour, breath bad or your little one
has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, Bore throat,
full of cold, tongue coated; give a tea
spoonful of Syrup of Figs and in a fow
hours all the foul, constipated, cioggea
up waste, undigested food and sour bile
will gently move on and out of Its little
bowels without nausea, griping or weak
ness, and you will surely have a well,
happy and smiling child again shortly.
With Syrup of Figs you ore not drug
ging your children, being composed en
tirely of luscious figs, senna and aro
matics, it cannot be harmful.
Mothers should alwaya keep Syrup of
Figs handy. It is the only stomach, liver
und bowel cleanser and regulator needed
a little given today will save a sick
Full directions for children of all ages
and grown-ups plainly printed on the
Ask your druggist for, the full name,
"Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrup Co,
This Is the delicious tasting, genuine old
reliable. Refuse anything else offered,
Keeping pace with the growth of the city, this
bank lias, from time to time, put part of Us
earnings Into SURPLUS, tnoreby constantly in
creasing the bank's efficiency and strength.
Earnings, when thus transferred,cannot be with
drawn, but muet remain aa part of the working
capital. The Surplus Account Is now $1,000,000.
Stop It quick, with Kondon's the original
aa ictnuine utiArraai jeiir. aoomefl ids inn
d tliu6i-heftli th rw t)Wtc4toM th ttrkiiL,
Splndl4 (or eoldi, MUrrb, fore throat, oic lra
nt nd cur. Ortr 13 million tnbtnldrttdr told.
M Lonaoni.iD Hnntrr xac oraw luoea. none r
back It It fall". At druftsiJt aTarrithtro.
KONOON Mrs. CO., MlnnvapeUs, Minn.
" 'Acn, Das Xsst
Sine Peine Banchel'
That's German fort
'Oh I That's a fine
moke I' The demand
for TRUST BUSTER
6o OIOARS Is Inter
national and rvs got
a big' trade among
the Germans too."
John's Cigar Store
16th and Harney Sts,
Money Tq Loaxl
Douglas Co. Farms.
Wo Want to nuy
"Douglas Co. Farms."'
"OKARA'S rUIT CENTER."
Sally Slat., 15-25-eOo
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todies' Dime Matlne. Sv Wc D,y.
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ville includes tho 4 Lavelles, Marie Hlrd
JJcka; Urown Sc Foster, "Cuba" friirh.
.if,.., vnajnpion iioper,
Gordon & Perrr; lilppo
Kup Picture!, 4 ihowt
IITO AI.L WEEK
rROW a to B) AT 7 and 0 P. M. OAHT.
Tonight at 8 P. M. Sharp
David Belasco Presents His Big
Success of Two Seasons
Prices, aSo, SOC, 76c, 81, 81.60, B2.
Wednesday Matinee and 'Nlg-at
and Thanksgiving Mat. and Hlg-ht
Tho Celebrated Beauty Opera
THE ROSE MAID
Big- Company of 80 People
Augnunented Orchestra of 30
A O&XPFJItO PLAY or TODAY
PRICES I 2Io to 31.60:
MAT. WID, BEST SCATS, 81,00.
3SL Thanksgiving Matinee
Cecil Lcun ami Florenco Holbrook
The Best of All Musical Comedies,
THE MILITARY GIRL
Prlctst 35-5O.7;c-31-S1.60; Seats Now
Mat. Every Day 3USi Every Hlg-ht, 8:15.
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'. Wo,,, '. Ulllr Oould A nelle Aihljn.
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f,".1!?' ou5. K"" thera. Th. Taklnew.
I'atha'a WMkljr IliTlew of World-. KrrnU.
ritlCKS MatlD.. Uallerr. 0o tftt i.ata tit
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Matlate Today, ai30 Xlfht, 8i30.
Beit Seats 60 Cents.
THE BIG REVIEW
With rraukt. Xsath and Harry Xevon
Extra Wed. Mlg-ht Cabaret Clght.
I,adla' Dally Dims Matinee.