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TI1K TilOE: OMAITA, RATtTlPAY, FEBRUARY H, 191.1.
Cnnfc $50, $23.00 C;jl0 $25.00, $30.00
ksOGLlS and $30.00 OUllS and $35.00
No extra charge for alteration
Special for Saturday Wmt Section
Spring Waists for 1913, slightly soiled
or mussed, worth $1.00, $1.25 Ofl
and $1.50, Saturday OZfC
for the Celebrated
that a member thereof ho wanted all the
Information possible on the ball, and It
was Impossible to got that Information
In the meotin lat night.
"We may cut the rotes M per cent In
stead of per cent so far sji 1 know, but
I do not want to pass on this important
matter without having beard all the
testimony we can get. I want to know
the financial condition of the railroads.
According to the gentlemen w might
have all been millionaires if It had not
been for the railroads. To me this Is
ajl smoke. Is It not fair to ask for In
formation?" . DoiltitlnHr, Thomases.
r,,Vhen I gavo the committee the com
parison between tho two states to the
Miet earnings of the roads, my figures
were doubted. If I bad taken around the
fiord's prayer they would have demanded
df me that I verify it."
'ilelllger Insisted tbat Keckley bad been
fairly treated.. ''I called a' special meet
ing for his benefit," he said, "and ad
if need ids bill over several others."
Stevens of Lincoln Insisted that ho had'
been .giver) a fairhearlng,
Trumbla of Sherman took the other side
and inlstcd that members should not have
to go around and swear their bills aro all
Then tho talk drifted Into the question
whether the bill should, be lifted from the
committee. Keckley Insisted he had made
no such suggestion and he further said
Chairman Helllger had treated him fairly.
Norton moved., td go into the committee
of tho whole and the storm was over.
. Keckler'a KlirUt-ea.
Mr, Keckley gavo some figures to the
railroad committee last night and lte has
compiled another batch which he' will
present to the house when the bill comes
tip for acUon. lie has made comparisons
of rates charged In Iowa and Nebraska
on a mileage basis and also a comparison
of the net earnings of the railroads of
the two states per mile. Thoio tables
ehow that with little more than halt the
mileage the Nebraska roads have made
approximately twice per mile more than
the Iowa roads.
The railroads In answering figures sub
mitted last night insist that tho Nebraska
earnings are due to the Immense amount
of interstate freight which simply goes
through tho state and does not originate
or terminate In Nebraska.
The Keckley rates show that charges
in Nebraska are higher than In Iowa on
hay, corn, wheat, potatoes and apples.
XisrllAttirr Olvee Sheldon
to Give Pointers.
(From a Staff Correspondent)
UNCOLN, Feb. 14.-(Speclal Tolegram.)
The senate is going tp boost along A. El
Sheldon's night school for coming states
men. It adopted a resolution yesterday
Browning, King & Co
CLOTHING. FURNISHINGS AND HATS
FOB Mtlf, BOT8 AMD OOILDBBN
Our Special Derby at $3
We shall make an advance display of our Browning-King &
Co. Special Derby in all our Stores tomorrow, February
This. is the best hat made,
. ' ' , price. It conies
Geo; T. Wilson, Mgr.
We are now equipped
to show a complete as
sortment of dresses, suits,
coats and waists for the
Spring of 1913. The new
styles are attractive, the
lines and proportions ex
ceedingly graceful; the
new poplin and Bedford
cord weaves ingenious.
We are proud of our
showing, and pleased to
display it. The prices are
to turn over tho senate chamber to Mr.
Sheldon's class every Thursday night
when the room Is not Used for other pur
posed. The young men will resolve them
selves into a legislature and under the
diroctlon of the head of the roforence
bureau they oxpect lo learn all the tricks
of the law-making business. These young
men are helping Mr. Sheldon In the refer
ence bureau, so tho resolution set out,
without expenso to tho state, and there
fore the courtesy Is due them.
SENATE'S l'OSTl'ONEU IS HUSY
Hale of Mnillsoii (Inlnlnsr Fame by
Ills Nrantlvr Votes.
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, ' l-'eb. H.- (Special.) -After
listening to a short address by Governor
Uberhart of Minnesota the senate on re
ports of committees Indefinitely postponod
five bills, passed five more and reported
seven for engrossment and thirty reading.
Tho senate bills Indefinitely postponod
were . 1PQ,. by Bushee of Kimball, VG by
I'lacek of Saunders, 28 by Hoagland of
Lincoln, 136 by Marshaibot Lancaster and
200 by Grace of Harlan. None of the bills
was of esper.lnl importance except 301,
which sought to repeal tho proseni law
In regard to sending newspapers after
subscriptions havo expired.
Very few of the bills for final passage
went through smoothly. No. 179 being
voted against by Grossman, Uaarman,
Kohl and Macfarland. No. 149 received
two nay votes, thoie of Hale and Robin
son; 124 wos voted against by Hale,, Kohl,
Talcott, Robinson and West, while 1W
did not meet with tho approval of Hale
Hale of Madison, bears the distinction
of having Introduced no bills during the
session, and he still further 'stands a
pretty good chance of gaining further
prominence with bis little objection pf
"Nay" which Is frequently heard on
many of the bills up for roll call.
Following are the bills .passed;
8. F. 178, by Moagland of Lincoln
Lengthens the term of Jail sentence for
bootlegging from one month to three
S. V. 14.1, by Heasty of Jefferson
Provides for proposed constitutional
amendment that right to ba heard In all
civil oases In the court of last resort
shall be regulated by general law.
8. F. 124. by Bushee of Kimball. Pro
vides for state ad for school districts
more than ewelve, square miles In area.
S. F. 62. 1V Moaiilaml of Lincoln.
Prescribes rules of evidence In uctlon
for damages against common curriers.
8. F. 12S. by West of Hall.-Provldes
amount of fees to be received by a
county sheriff, and places mileage at 10
cents per mile.
The following bills were ordered en
grossed for third reading:
B. F. KM, by Saunders of Douglas Pro
vides for Jewelers' Hen on jewelry left
8. F. 147, by Klechel of Nemaha-Atakcs
or possible to be sold, at the
in all proportions.
KING & CO.
Douglas at Fifteenth St.
I6T2- db AND jJLWIl
Semi-Annual Sale of Hair Goods
A special sale for the purpose of disposing
of a general assortment of uncalled for special
orders. Saturday, Hair Goods Department,
If you can mutch your hair yoi; got tho benefit of whatever deposit
has boon paid previously and our allowance of V on the original selling
price. The lot consists of Switches, Pompadours, Transformations
Puffs, Waves, Pin Curia, Etc.
In addition we offer the following special vlues:
SPECIAL NO. 1-
22-inch Switches, of natural wavy hair $1.00
Large Psyche Puffs, of French convent hair $1.00
SPECIAL NO. 2 ; , . '
26-inch Switches, of natural wavy hair $2.00
All Round Transformations of fino hair $1.10
16-inch Switches of gray hair $2.25
SPECIAL NO. 3-
28-30-inch Switches, all long hair $6.00
28-inch Stemless Switches $6.00
All Round Transformations $4.50
24-inch Switches, of wavy gray hair $6.00
La Madeleine Dye Instantaneous hair color restorer. One application
will restore gray or faded hair, easy to apply; no after washing, 85c
Final Clearing Sale Silks Monday
A sweeping clearing of all broken lines and rem
nants. No matter what they cost, all must go. The new
silks are here, wo need the room. See silks displayd m
Sixteenth street window.
NOTOJ Tho regular prices of theso BlIkB were 75c to $1.50 a yard.
library tax of 10 cents per pupil manda
tory on school districts of the state.
8. F. 154, by CJrossman of Douglas -Provides
a penalty for obtaining or hav
ing In possession fraudulent Issued re
ceipt for fraternal Insurance dues In any
8. K. 100, by Hoagland of Lincoln Pro
vides that no change In the point of
diversion of any flum or ditch or
aqueduct shall bo more than one mllo
dlstnnt from the original point of diver
sion. 8. F. 211. by Bushee of Klmball-Allowa
the regents of the university to contract
for Irrigation rights at experiment sta
tions. 8. F. 232, by Hoagland of Incablcr
Itegulates the sale, manufacture and dis
posal of embalming fluids containing
Strychnine or arsenic.
8. F, 200, by Haarman of Douglas
Provides for Inspection of linseed und
In speaking In favor of the bill for the
Inspection of oils, Hnurmann of Douglas
said that the bill was the result of a talk
with ox-Food Commissioner Hansen In
wliloh he said that no oil which had been
Inspected, supposed to bo good Unseed or
flaxseed ol!( had been pure during the
time that he had been pure food commln.
sloner, and he believed that this bill
Mould result In a better grade of oil.
The clock In the senate, which has been
hanging thore since Andrew Jackson was
a boy, has been the subject of frequent
remarks by tho senators, sometimes of a
nature which expressed considerable em
phasis. It bus always persisted In being
from five to ten minutes slow' and Bonlc
tlmes so slow that It forgot to register
at all. Just before adjournment this noon
Heasty of Jefferson moved that the ser-gennt-at-arms
bo required to fix tho
clock. Itoblnson of Holt moved td sub
stitute for tho word "fix" the word
"ditch." Bushee moved to s,triko out
both words and Insert Instead tho word
"regulate." The serjeant-at-arms Is of
the opinion that the word "regulate" can
not be applied in this case without a spe
cial dispensation of Providence.
PIPEIl WILL BUB ABOUT IT
Legislature Hits Temerity to Seek to
(Inst 111 nt from Job.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 14.-(8peclal.)-Thls
leglslaturo may think It has had somo
troubles and maybo It thinks It can put
up a good tight against tho third house,
but Its troubles havo not yet startod.
When Joel Piper gets busy on tho
measure which legislates him out of
business, these legislators will discover
they ore "a hold of" a bear. For years
legislators have been found with a suffi
cient lack of discretion to try to legis
late this man Piper out of business, but
they have all fallen by the wayside.
Now this leglslaturo Intends to, try to
put his department charities and cor
rectionsunder the control of the State
Board of Control.
The fur will begin to fly on this meas
UHOSSMA.N Lilt HI, Y TO STICK
HeuHte Not ThoaKht In Mood to Oast
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 14.-(Speclal.)-The spe-
clal commltteeo on the Puncoat-a roes
man senatorial contest announced today
that no decision would be made until
It Is the opinion of many that the com
mittee will decide not to unseat Senator
Grossman, but will give the methods used
In the Third ward of Omaha, some atten
KIIICHHAUT TALKS TO MKMIIKIIS
Governor of Minnesota Make Two
Addresses Dorluir l)r.
(Front a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 14. (Special.)-Gov-ernor
Eberhart of Minnesota, who ad
dressed the Young Men's Kepubltoan club
last night, made brief talks to tho senate
and bouse this morning. In one hour
and five minutes he came from his hotel
to the state bouse, visited all the state
offices and spoke to the legislature and
mada his train to go to Dixon county to
visit his mother.
In the senate the governor told the
members that In his state they were
passing laws'to kep the women an girls
at home looking after their families and
providing they do not have to go out to
work. 'In tho house he advocated a
measure looking to the general health
o fthe people. He believed this was inosi
important. Governor Eberhart Is a
native, of Nebraska und he made a inoxt
favorable Impression on tho legislators.
flu houe pttMvd the following blUs:
It H. Si, U)f rdll4 u( Sewuid-PkoMil-
Ing for the compulsory physical connec
tion ot telephones.
II. It. 05, by McKIssIck of Gage-In
counties of 60,000 or less It Is not neces
sary for county buirdj. to advertise for
bids to make loads to be paid out of tho
H. K .171, by Van Duscn of Washington
Provides for tho Inspection of nursery
stock by tho state entomologist.
H. It. in by tho Ccdo Commission To
provldo for adverse examination by depo
sition. II. It. 191, by Mardln-Maklng It a fel
ony for a collector working on commis
sion to kep any of the money collected
without permission of the employer.
WATKIl HILL GOES ON ITS WAY
Motion to It rco ni in It Mrnanrc Folia
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Feb. 14.-(Speclal Telegram.)
When the Douglas county delegation
got together on senate file No. 17, the
Omaha water bill, and agreed on all
points in controversy, and the came was
passed yesterday and sent to, the house
this morning, 'the senante drewa -long
breath of relief, but Senator Ollls of
Valler spoiled It nil this afternoon when.,0f the district' court ftere far" two and one
lie made a motion to recommit tho blll.i,if ,ivu tM urnir trh
for tho purpose of putting in an amend
ment allowing the South Omaha stock
yards to pump water for Its own use.
At once the fur began to fly. Ollls sup
ported his motion by saying tho bill was
a scheme put up to deprive the stock
yards of Its rights.
Saunders of Douglas denied any scheme
Intending to deprive the company ot any
right. Macfarland waxod eloquent and
said that were It not for the South
Omaha stock yards Omaha would be only
a llttlo hamlet without glory or pre. -
tlge. It was a foul plot to deprive tho 1
stoc kyards of Its right to pump Its own
watcr and was Intended to force that
corporation to buy Its water of the Water
company. Ho accused Saunders and
Dodge of drawing magnificent salaries
from the Omaha Water company, but
laer corrected himself by saying that
they had been drawing salaries.
Dodgo said ho wanted tho bill to re
main where It was and then If the gentle
men desired to make a fight for their
amendment let them go over to the house
and make the tight there. He said It
was true that Omaha had paid more for
its water plant than it was worth, but
as It had puid a big profit the first six
months of Its operation he was satisfied
and It they could continue to do so' they
would soon own other corporations In
Omaha from the profits made by the
Ollls said that when the bill was passed
Saunders said that the amendment would
protect the stock yards and now he ad
mitted that It would compel the stock
yards to buy the water of the city.
He wanted to know why the water
company was fighting the Union Stock
Yards: company and protecting tho First
Hoagland of Lancaster thought that the
senate had heard enough and moved the
previous question. The vote was taken
on the motion to recommit the bill and
was lost. The vote;
Ayes Brook'ley, Grey. Grossman, Klein,
Kohl. Krumbach. Macfarland, Ollls, Rob
ertson. Smith. Talcott. West tz.
N ay b Bart ling, Bushee, Cordeal, Cox,
Dodge, Harrmann, Hale, Heasty. Hoag
land of Lancaster, Hoagland ot Lincoln,
Hummel, Kemp, Kelchel. Marshall, Rey
nolds, Saunders, Shumway, Spirt, Wolz
Onlr One nROMIi 41UIMNC."
That U LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature of E. W, OROVE.
Cures a Cold In One Day, Cures Grip In
Two Days. SMc'; Advertisement.'
TAFT AGAINST INTERVENTION
(Continued from Page One.)
for the order mobilising troops then on
the Texas border. In that letter tho
My determined purpose Is to be In a
position so that when danger to American
llvos and property In Mexico threatens
and the existing government Is rendered'
heloleia by the Insurrection I can
promptly execute congressional orders to
Protect them, with effect.
Ulna Wnutu Ilt-counl tlon.
The application of Dlas to Ambaajn lor
Wilson for recognition of his belligerency,
though deposed of for the moment ly
Mr. Wilson's waiver of the quest! '-I,
probably soon will be brought before the
State department it the military status
of the two factions in Mexico continue
Substantially unchanged. It Is beyond
the power ot an ambassador to grant
suth an application, as any action le
!,uuit! to be tueii would be In Washbi-
Special Sale of
A Sample Iiino of Dressing Combs,
Regular prices, 25c, 50c aud
5cS 10S 15d and 256
Jcrgcn's Almond and llcnzoin
IiOtlon Regular price 25c at,
17 H a bottle..
Ideal Hair llrusl.es 35d
ton and by the president of tlio United
Probably what General Diaz desires o
secure Is a full political recognition of
his status, such as can be secured only
by the Issue by President Taft of a ne-i-
trallty proclamation, for as a matter of
itiui hub ib iiiu uiuy manner, wiuuhii ni
dliect, In Which belligerency can bo rec
ognlzed. Aside from the moral effect of
such a proclamation about the only olib-!
stantlai benefit that could be derived
from Its Issue, by an Insurgent leador,
would be to Insure the absolute neutrality
of the United States government and pie
vent the shipment of any more arms or
ammunition of war to the Madero gov
ernment. STERLING MAN IS GIVEN
JUDGMENA AGAINST ROAD
TECUM8EH. Neb., Feb. 14.-(Speclal
Telegram.) The damage case of John C.
Miller of Sterling against' tho Burlington
Railroad comnanv occunled the attention
for trial before a Jury Tuesday morn
ing and the Jury retired at noon, Thurs
day, returning a verdict for Miller
against the Burlington tonight Riving
John C. Miller Is tho father of Guy
a. Miller, the' latter being killed in the
Burlington yards In Lincoln at midnight
on the nght of August 11, 1911. Mller wa
o liwi If am an nmnno r 1 1 r r t T A nnnl n o rwl
his train was about to depart from tho
, yards, when a switch engine. In charge
lf Ernest Leo as engineer, ran over
Miller and killed him.
John C. Miller,
who contends that he
upon tho son for support, being sickly
and Infirm for years and 62 years of
age, asked damages from the railroad
company In tho sum of $20,000.
Numerous witnesses were examined, In
cluding several railroad men from Lin
coln. The taking of evidence was con
cluded Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Miller
was represented by E. Ross Hitchcock of
Sterling and G. A. Adams of Lincoln,
while A. It. Wells of Omaha, Judge S. P.
Davidson of Tecumseh and Max Begtol
of Omaha were for the defense. Engineer
Ernest Lee was exonerated.
JOLIET III., Feb. 14. (Special Tele
gram.) Thomas P. Hughes of Omaha and
Goldle McCleary of DaytonAO., were
married here today.
Constipated, Headachy, Bilious,
Tongue Coated? Cascarets Sure
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches
come from a torpid liver and clogged, constipated bowels, which cause your stom
ach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments like garbage
In a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold misery foul gases, bad breath,
yellow skill, mental fears, everything that Is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret
tonight will straighten you out by morning a 10-c.ent box from your druggist
will keep your XJver active,. Dowels clean and regular. Stomach sweet, Head
clear, and make you feel bully for months. Don't forget the chldren.
"The Carlsbad of America"
Readily reached by Rock Island Linea several fast trains
daily. Booklet descriptive of Colfax Mineral Springs on request
RESIGNS HIS OFFICE,
(Continued from Page One )
government In an Informal note to Am-
I bassador Wilson, stating thht he was In
I complete control of the city.
J Ambassador Wilson replied promptly
to the rebel leader, explaining that while
Diaz's statement might be correct, his
own eyo was untrained In military
. affairs, and he was not able to see tho
situation as Diaz explained It lip added
that he was assured by President Mar
dero that tho government remained In
I Ilrltlnh Lesattoa Under Fire.
I Two federal batteries of five guns each
i stationed near the British legation, poured
I a constant stream of shells onto the ar-
scnal. Another fedcrat battery posted
on San Juan De Ietran street Joined In.
At about 9 o'clock the rebel gunners
turned their attention away from the
1 national palace and onto tho lederat
batteries near tho British legation, from
which the Kovernment gunners were
pounding them unmercifully.
'woW BRADY VOIl INTKRVBNTION
People of Cnpltnl Will no Glad to
Ilarr Strong Aetloa.
i MUX ICO CITY. Feb. 14.-F!ve days of
fighting in tho streets of the capttol, has,
In tho opinion of close observers, done
' moro to change the sentiment of Mexi
cans In regard to intervention than has
the whole two-yenr period of revolution.
' Months ago a quiet feeling began to
develop among a few of tho better class
of Mexicans in favor of outsldo asslwt
' ancc. but It found no public expression at
i that time. This sentiment has steadily
! grown, however, and tho events of tho
, last few days have strengthened it tre
The subject Is now frankly discussed
! by Americans and Mexicans nnd now
j frequently It is a Mexican citizen who
i expresses tho opinion publicly that the
United States or somo other power or
powers should Jointly Intervene.
In tho Colonla Juarez last night a
gathering of Mexican women of the bet-
! ter class made no secret of their desire
for Intervention. Their formal statement
of their feeling was as follows:
"We aro praying for tho end of our
country's troubles, even through Intcr
, Conditions In Iho capital nrc steadily
! trrnwlntr wnnp. Alt l,ltalno hntl, nnhlln
and privatc, except that connected with
the war. has ceased. Even the general
postoffico has closed Its doors and many
of lts empioye9 aro carrynB rmos ,n the
ranks of tho teira army.
Sanltnrr Conditions Arvfol.
Tho city was in almost total darkness
throughout the night owing to the cutting
of the electric cables by shells. Today
i provisions of all kinds were scarcer than
ever and prices soared to unheard-of
prices. Robberies, burglaries and petty
crimes of all kinds are on the increase
owing to tho lack of police protection and
The disposition of garbage has become
a serious problem and tho changing
breezes bring homo to the people that tho
carcasses of hundreds of horses killed
during tho street fighting of the week
still lie In the gutters.
Foreigners -.of military experience who
havo carefully followed the operations in
connection with the Dlax- revolt, declared
today, thut In their, opinion X))az would bfc.
able to hold out indefinitely. "The gov
ernment has an almost Impossible task
In subduing Diaz cither with heavy guns
or by direct assault," declared ono mili
tary expert connected with the British
The rebels have ammunition enough to
continue the war for several days at
least They also have many more ma
chine guns than they have yet brought
into use. Their losses hitherto' have been
nght, TheIr foc.d supplies are sufficient,
" K, ,,, ,,, ,,
pears to be available for their cause.
Assault In Iuiprnctlcable.
Tho marksmanship of the rebel artillery
during ail tho fighting has been excellent
and their ability to sweep approaches to
their positions with machine guns makes
it appear inevitable that any attempt by
the Madero forces to rush the arsenal
would result In slaughter.
An attempt of this sort was made in
the last hour of last night's battle, when
a detachment of federals marched down
the streets towards the arsenal occupied
by the rebels and was repulsed with
heavy loss. It Is believed this expert
e.nse will cause General Iluerta to -i i.m,
don such tactics nnd confine future
operations to the bombardment ot the
rebel positions, with the consequent de
struction of neutral property and the
killing of more noncorpbatants.
The death of another woman during
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yesterday's fighting further excited tho
foreign residents. Mrs. Greenfield,
mother of Harry Greenfield, an employe
of a power company, was killed by a
shell In Victoria street. This makes the
third woman killed among tho foreign
residents. Mrs. Greenfield was a Cana
dian. Prayers and Heavy Walls.
In many of the churches special serv
ices were held by the clergy for the
restoration of peace to the capital.
Thousands of refugees knelt In the old
edifices and Joined In the prayers, at
the same time trusting not a little to
the heavy walls for protection against
Diaz made preparations to contest
every Inch of the advance of the gov
ernment troops, as he Indicated he would
do In his reply to the president's ultima
tum. He told tho government that his
followers preferred to die nt their posts
rather than surrender. They would not
Three minutes after S o'clock a con
vent, five blocks beyond the national
palace, was wrecked by a shell from a
rebel gun and 'a number of Its inmates
Many shrapnel shells from the rebel
artillery fell around the cable office, tho
American club and other buildings In
that vicinity. Others reached their mark,
the national palace, at tho end of the
lino of streets.
Fire Is Contliiiinna.
Nothing of a spectacular nature c
curred during the morning's operations,
nor did the bombardment appear so ter
rifying as that of yesterday, although
the constant monotonous thunder of tro
cannon, punctuated by tho rattle of small
arm fire, left no doubt that both rides
were working grimly and doggedly.
Evidences of llfo on the streets except
that displayed by tho military, were lack
ing. Noncombatants huddled together In
their refuges, although some occasion
ally ran tho gauntlet of the danger zone
and were welcomed as couriers by those
wishing to learn about developments In
Few people, however, took these rislja
and when they did they crossed tho opsn
streets on tho run. Even the federal
troops within their own region of c.n
trol ran while crossing tho streets, s!uvo
the rebel outposts and sharpshooters were
scattered far beyond tho rebel lines and
concealed on the rooftops and made aiy
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Rooms;, 'private" bath, $2.50,
$3.00 up. .
I0O per cent. Fire, Germ and Dust
Proof. Two blocks from TVtjlU
House, and near all points
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the Cab Man
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"Worth Climbing the Kill."
DOTTOX.AS ST. AT SIQBTEEK x'j
Kytons Vandsvllle Includes the, 3 Riding
uavenporiB, liauemrntna; joe wcuee:
Cora Hall; Steele &
dwynne & Qossette;
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The East Two, Tlmss
This Afternoon Tonight
The Sensation of the Decade.
THE BLUE BIRD
maw ana Erlangtr's Production
THE TRAIL OF THE
"With Charlotte Walker.
SOTHERN and MARLOWE
Matins Today, 9l30 Wight, 8:30
with Gladys Sears
COUHTBT STORE FRIDAY WIOHT
Eadles' DaUy Dim Matin
Tonight, Matin Today at 3U5
And Ear Company (A United
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"MA KINO A MAW OF HTM."
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Matin Today 3115
Note Early Curtain Saturday Night
8 1 Ft Rhoiti
The Top o'Th' World Dancers
and The Florentine Singers
All Next Week.
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