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TUV) BKK: OMAHA, HA'l t IU)AV, Al Ot'SP , 1013.
SUGAR PRICES ARE GOING UP1
Carload of Apricots from Idaho Arc
on the Market.
HOME GROWN TOMATOES CHEAP
Vrgetnblrn llemnln at Aliotil the
Snmr Price Pork AilTitnces nntl
Other Menta llemnln the
Sugar has advanced CO cenls per 100
pound In tlio Jaiit few weeks, another
rlee In prices belnit recorded only two
days airo. It Is now selling around twenty-one
pounds for II and Is expected to
ko up to eighteen pounds for thnt money.
Albert King, manager of Harden Broth
ers" grocery department, predicts a rec
ord price on sugar within two weeks.
This Is the canning season, he explains,
and there Is a big demand for sugar.
A carload of apricots for canning pur
poses has arrived In Omaha from Idaho.
They will sell at 11.50 a crate, probably
the lowest figure of the season. Plenty
of home grown apples aro on the mar
ket at 25 cents a peck. Klbcrta peaches
from California retail at SO cents a crate.
Unless rain comes soon the prices of
butter and eggs are expected to rise ma
terially. Eggs have advanced 14 cents
during the week, nutter sells at the same
price 30 cents a package pound and 18
cents bulk. The dry weather Is ruining
the pastures and In many places cream
eries have, stopped shipping cream until
Home grown tomatoes have declined to
ts cents a basket. They were 40 cents
three days ago. Carloads of tomatoes
nro being shipped south from Omaha
dally, the crop south of Lincoln and In
dome of the southern states having been
burned by the sun.
Pears are expected to advance CO cents
or so In a few days. They retail now
at $2.50 a crate. California Bartlett pears
are J1S5 and will be $3.23, probably In a
week or two.
Lemons are up CO cents a case because
of the exoesslva demand. They are now
tt and 40 cents a dozen.
Vegetables remain at the1' same prices,
except that some are being shipped In.
Wax and green beans, peas, cauliflower
and lettuce are being received from Den
ver. Peas are 10 cents a quart, beans are
li'i cents a pound and cauliflower Is 1214
cents a pound.
Meats remain the same, except pork,
which has advanced 1 cents a pound.
Omaha Taxi Rates
About the Same as .
in Other Cities
A comparison of the taxlcab rates of
various larger cities In the country shows
that Omaha taxi rates run about the
same as do the rates In other cities. New
York enjoys much choapor rates than any
other city, but Omaha receives the samo
privileges as Chicago, Minneapolis and
most other cities. Detroit, Philadelphia
and Kansas City have rates that are a
trlflo cheaper, but fioattlo and Boston
charge, rates that exceed the Omaha rates
The following table gives rates of
twelve largo cities of tho country:
2-Mlle Trip. S-Mlle Trip.
Two Pour Two Kour
Cities. People, People. People. People,
New York..,.$0.ft $1.30 1.M II. DO
Boston 1.40 1.S0 2.(0
Baltimore ... 1.10 HBO 1.60
Chicago . 1.30 1.70 1.70
Detroit 1.S0 1.80 1.00
Kansas City.. 1.40 1.40 1.80
Minneapolis . l.W l.W 2.10
Omaha 1.30 1.70 1.70
Philadelphia, l.io i.lo 1.70
IMtUbureh .. 1.50 1,60 3.10
Han Frnc!sco 1.30 l.W 1.80
Beattlo 1.C0 l.t0 2.10
Changes in Parcel
Post Rate and Zone
Postmaster Wharton has Issued a bul
letin explaining to the patrons of tho
Omaha postofflce the new change In tho
parcel post which will take effect on
August IS. The change will embrace tho
consolidation of the first and second
cones, with the rates In tho first sons
prevailing, and raise the limit from
eleven to twenty pounds.
In hla bulletin Postmnster Wharton
calls especial attention to the fact that
the increase in the weight limit applies
only to tho first sone. Many persons
had an Idea that the twenty-pound pack
ages would be carried to any part of tho
, world, but It applies only to the first
MRS. NELLIE MAYER GIVEN
$500 VERDICT FOR DAMAGES
Mrs. Nellie Mayer, who sued Douglas
and Sarpy counties for J1.0OO for injuries
received when her automobile struck a
itump In the West Harrison street road.
a year ago, was given a verdict of VM by
judge Crawford of the county court
against Sarpy county.
The road divides Douglas and Sarpy
counties it was said that South Omaha
should have been liable for Mrs. Mayer's
injuries, but that on account of on en
actment which provides that South
Omaha must have previous notice of Its
being held liable for accidents, suit could
not be brought against It In this Instance.
Mrs. Mayer, who Is the wife of Charles
Mayer of South Omaha, a piano dealer,
lost live xront teeth in the accident
OLD HOTEL REGISTER IS
FULL OF INTERESTING NAMES
Donald P. Allan, who Is connected with
the Union Pacific storehouse. Is the proud
possessor of the register of th M nm.
don bouse whch was the big hotel in
Omaha back in the sixties. Mr. Allan
procured the register from his father.
James T, Allan, who once was prop
r letor of the hotel. -
The register contains the names of
inumefable famous Americana aa wall
the names of many foreigners who were
prominent at that time and Mr. Allan
dellirhU In examining the
on the time-worn leaves of the old book.
Mr Allan was born In the Herndon
house and was one of the founders of th
Society of the Sons of Omaha.
GRAFF AND GEPS0N NAMED
FOR THE HYGIENE CONGRESS
Superintendent E. U. Graff of the public
ichools and E. D. Gepson. principal of the
tpeclal school for boys, have been com
auctioned by Governor John H. More
head as special delegates from N'e
brasfca. to the Fourth International Cor.-
tress on School Hygiene, which Is to be
held In New York. It is unlikely tltat
either Graff or Gcpscn can accept the
Among the Century's Interesting article
aro "If Canada Were to Annex the
Tnltcd States," by James Davenport
Whelpley; "British Uncommunicative
ness," by A. C. Benson; "American
Makers of the New Japan," by William
Ulllot Griffin; "Stamboul, the City of
Mosques," by llobert Illchens, wltn illus
trations by Jules Querin, and "Doma'n
Holland," by Alvan F. Sanborn. The
flotlon Is by Klcunor Hallowell Ahboli,
Klllott Flower, Kstelle Loomls, Theodore
Dreiser and Frances Hodgson Uurnott,
and contributors of verse arc Anna Men
Stoddard, Victor Whltlook, William Hosn
llenet, Margaret Wlddemer and Iroy
Scrlbner's Is a fiction number, con
taining short stories by Thomas Nelson
Page, James B. Connolly, Katharine Fum
lerton Qerould and others, with Install
ments of the serials by Mrs. Wharton
and John Galsworthy. Vernon I.ee'a
Things of the Past" is most charmingly
Illustrated by Howard Giles, the Field of
Art discusses Chardln, and among t.io
poets are Tcrtlus Van Dyke, Sara Teas
dale and M. A. De Wolfe Howe.
Tho Review of Reviews opens with tho
timely comment on the "Progress of the
World," George Freeman tells of the
"Distress Following War in the Kast."
Walter C. Tiffany describes "Good ttoaiis
Activities In the Northwest," Maurice R.
Dunlap contributes "What Americans
Talk in the Philippines," Judson C. Wolll
ver has a paper on "Making a Valuation
of Our Hallways" and "Gettysburg Fifty
Years After" describes the Incidents that
marked the week of the Gettysburg re
union. Tim Atlantic is a fiction number with
stories by Alice Brown, Mary Antln, Mar
garet Prcscott Montaguo and Mrs, Anne
C. E. Allison and Mrs. Watts' rerlal.
"Van Cleve and Ills Friends," Is con
tinued. Other features are an Install
ment of "Letter of William Vaughn
Moody," a second paper by Ellen Key on
"lSducatlon for Motherhood," "me
CaiiMtinn of Crime." by H. Fleldlng-
Hall; paper by Francis IS. Leupp, entitled.
"Abusing the Instrument," and a skit on
"Looking Literary," by lexander Black.
The World's Work explains the expres
sion. "In tho Hands of Receivers," and
Frank Parker Btockbrldge tells of prog
ress In medical education In "Fewer and
Better Doctors." The career of Franklin
JC Lane, secretary of tho Interior, Is de
scribed by Burton J. Hendrlck, Arno
Dosch tells "What the I. W, W. Is,"
W. L. Mackenzie explains "How Canada
Prevents Strikes" and Sarah Comstock
describes the work of Miss Gertrude
Beekn and places her among tho fore
most welfare workers of the world.
Everybody's Is a fiction number with
Stories by Beatrice Grlmshaw, Samuel
Hopkins Adams, Talbot Mundy, 12. W.
Hornung, Hugh Johnson and Parker
Fillmore, and another Installment ot
"The Iron Trail," the serial by Rex
Beach. Captain Scott's diary Is contln
Led, Franklin P. Adams gives his Ideas
of "What England Must Be Like" and
Irving 13. Sanborn tells ot "Tho Man ot
the Wire Mask." "Under the Spreading
Chestnut Tree" and the usual depart
ments complete the number.
The Forum opens with an article by
Mowry Saben on "Literature and Dc
mocracy," Florence Klpor discusses "The
Jewish Problem In America," Frank
Chester Pease writes on "The I. W. W.
and Revolution" and among other con
trlbutlons are "Is Applied Christianity
Scientific?" by Richard Dana Skinner,
'A World Crusade" by Anna Garlln
Spencer, "In Perfume Land" by Bafla
klcht Hartman and "The Turkish
Drams." by Helen McAfee.
The Metropolitan contains short stories
by Harold McGrath, Helen Van Campen,
Muriel Hlne, Reginald Wright Kauffman,
V. Tennyson Jesse, Larry Evans and El-
xlna Howells. Fredcrlo C. Howo con
tributes "Relglum nnd the Party ot
Workers"; Rlchnrd Harding Davis, "Why
Leave Horn?" George D. Herron, "Tho
Socialist Call to Repentance"; Maurice
Baring, "Why America Boats Europe";
William Leavltt Stoddard, "Repressing
the Irrepressible," and Georgo Henry
Payne, "Way Stations to the White
The Woman's Home Comnnnlnn'ii mm.
palgn for "Better Babies" is continued
with a report by Anna Hteese Richard-
son. and other interesting articles are
Talents and Vocations Shawn bv Ilnnri.
writing." "The World's Greatest Lovers,"
A Garden Fair for Summer Time."
"Where to Spend Your Vocation" and
Make Your Christmas Presents Earlv "
Fiction Is contributed by Mary Hraton
Vorse, Mary Hastings Bradley, Gertrude
King Tufto, Frederick M. Smith nnd So-
Phia Chandler. The regular cooking,
fashion, household and young people's
departments complete the number.
"Mary of the Movies" is the opening
novelette for Young's, and short stories
are "The Acid Test." by Jane Bolfleld:
The Empty House," by Tom Gallou;
"Her Little Bon," by Howard P. Hockey;
"Daylight." by Agnes Boulton; "The
Price Paid the Piper," by Charles Barney;
'At the Doorway," by Caroline Morri
son: "A Study in 8hadowa," by Katherine
Lelser Robblns; 'The Crystal Maze." by
R. A. Livingston; 'The Love Machine,
by Edna Rock; "Letters In Reverie." by
Lilian Ducoy, and "Carmagnole," by
he Smart Set features "Her Reputa
tion," by Beatrix Demarest Lloyd, and
among writers of short stories are Julius
Qrlnnell Furthman. Louise Closier Hale,
Ernest Starr, George Bronson-Howard.
Harry Benefteld, Edith Orr, Robert V.
Sneddon. Robinson Jeffers and Robert
Beale Davis. Curtis Dunham contributes
a play, "Mademoiselle Plato," Owen
Hatteras la represented by another In
stallment ot hla "Pertinent and Imperti
nent," and George Jean Nathan and II. L.
Mencken treat the current theatrical and
The Red Book Magazine extends Its
scope In Its August number, and begins
the publication of two novels In serial
form: "What Will People SayT" by
Rupert Hughes, and 'The Passionate
Friends." by H. G. Wells. The short
stories are by Peter B. Kyne, Frederick
Arnold Kummcr and Mabel Herbert
Umer, Frederick R. Becholdt, James
Oliver Curwood, Ida M. Evans. Ellis
Parker Butler and others.
Atnilee'a opens with 'The Ideauit," by ,
Charlea fiaxby. and ntnont tho short sto- :
rles arc "(lh Hand and Follow," by
Constance Sklnnar; "in tbe AUles or 1
Shame." by Marlon HIU; "Evtry NUht
About Half Past Bluht." by U J. Bo
ston; "Adventure." by Nell Bovce. "To ,
Maks a Cake." by James Vale Downle.
and "Tho Doll Baby," by Richard FIs-
guilt Joseph Ernest continues the Jules tM
Larrolx adventures with The Episode
of the Black Casquette," Anna Alice
Chapin, the "Woman With a Past " se
ries, with "By Way of Experience;" Will
lam Slovens Me.Vutt, the "Dill Heensn"
stories; I. A. IL Wylle writes a story of
London oalled "The Little Partner," and
Courtney Rylcy Cooper a dramatic tale
of railroading, entitled "The Front."
Tho August American Magazine leads
off with the first Instalment of a new
serial by Inez Havnca Glllmore entitled
"Angel Island," John A. Moroso writes
a snort story having to do with a flro .
In a skyscrapor, John Taintor Footo a I
horse-race story and William Hnwlev ,
Smith contributes a rat story. Georgo
Fitch, Stephen Leacock and James Mont- J
gomery Flagg present stories and ;
SKeicncs. Hugh 8, Fullerton contributes ,
"The Making of a Hie I.pniriisr." Dnvl.l
Grayson another "Adventure In Content- i
mont" and Kolb Brothers present In pic- .
tures their adventures while passing
through the raulds of the Grand
and the Colorado river. i
Bird-Lore for Antrimf pnnlnln, lnir..t.
Ing articles, with many Illustrations, on
tho nesting of the elder duck and her- j
ring gull on the coast of Main" the 1
cedar waxwing, woodcock, Carolina
wren and spotted sandpiper, A Hit of
214 kinds of birds recorded In Massai-iru-setts
In 1912 by one nbacrvrr hn nrnh.
ably never been surpassed. Papors on
i. i - . i . . . .
mc iniKittuuii una piumagca or several
species of North American sparrows c-on-tlnuo
tho series. In addition to he nu
merous half-tones, there are three fuil
page colored dates liv the
The leadnr for the North AirlM Tin.
view Is "The Direct Rule of tho People."
i nomas ir. nyan tells "Why I Bought
tho Equitable," Dr. A. F. Zahm hns n
paper on "A National Aeronautical
Laboratory" and Chester Lloyd Jones a
timely article on "Unnanas nnd ninln.
macy." Tho verse of the issue In hv
Florence Earle Cootes. Some Interesting
letters are Included in an ........ i. u
man Bchcffauor which formed "A Corre-
sponuence Between Nietzsche n.l
cusses entertainingly the subject of
Tiuiucu ana ixgic."
Lipplncott's on tin with ,.i
Edgcrton Standard," by Eleanor M. In
gram. Will Levlngton Comfort contrib
utes "The Crudstone Conquest" and May
Edginton's Offerlntr la T,i.Trii... ..
Other short stories are "His Wife," by
"...w.c muiey; "When Ma Rodgers
Broke Loose." by Hicks Bates Broder
sen; "The Gol-Darned Cow." by Rose
Lombard; "An AntMntn fn nr,i u..
Elizabeth Maury Coombs and "The' New
"c.Hnuur, oy unaries c. Jones. Tho
short-story mastorpleco Is "The Cloak,"
by Gogol, tho eminent Russian writer.'
All Ready for Trip
to Denver Conclave
The plans for tho departure of the
local Knights Templar to tho conclave,
held In Denver next week having been
completed, thuro is nothing for them to
do but wait for 3 o'clock Sunday after
noon to roll around, for then It is that
about 100 Omaha knights, Including of
fleers, members and their wives will
depart on their special, from which
ordinary mortals are exempt. Evon the
train orew, engineer, fireman, brakeman,
conductor, audltor-aro Sir Knights.
Tho local band will be In chargo of
Dr. II. a. Senter, eminent commander of
Mount Calvary commandary. Chief of
Police Henry Dunn will bo in
guard of the grand commander and while
in uenver will be the guest of Chief of
Police Felix O'Nell of Denver.
Charles L. Shock, tnnrshnl nr
eleventh division, which Includes the
grand commandary of Nebraska, Arkan
sas, West Vlralllln. rtn,1 MA.ih r, it
Is secretary of the committee of arrango-
The conclave, which Cecil ra nvArv tttAv
years, promises to present the largest
gathering of any organization. Fully
M.000 members and officers from all over
uio united states, the Panama zone,
Hawaii and Alaska aro expected. The
conclave will begin Tuesday, August 11,
and conclude August 15.
Suing jor Divorce
Alleging extremo cruelty and Incom
patablllty, Albert Edholm, prominent
Omnhn jeweler, has nskeil & i.r. c
divorce from Kutherlno It, J. Edholm.
The petition was withdrawn Immediately
The Edholma were married In Omaha
In 1900. They have one child, Camilla,
10 years of ago. Mr. Edholm asks the
court to use its Judgment in iHnnnninr nr
LAST CUT IN SHOE
Fry's Great Clean-Up Salo mcjing the lowest prices on high quality shoes yon will get this season. Don't
take chances on Inferior makes when you can buy such shoes as ours for cost and less than cost. This
is tho ono shoo salo in Omaha thnt really counts. See tho prices:
Johnston & Murphy's tan, Russa, pat
ent, kid and gun metal Oxfords, $0.50
to 10.00 values, now
McDonald & Klleyu tan, Russia pat
ent and gun motal Oxfords, $5.60 and
$5.00 values, now
Howard & Foster's gun metal, patent
and tan Russia calf Oxfords, $5.00
and $4.50 yaluee, now ,..
Reynolds, Drake & Gabel's tan, Rus
sia calf and gun metal Oxfords, but
ton and blucber styles, $4 values, now
Laird & Shober's patent and sun
motal Pumps and Oxford Ties, JB.B0
and $600 values, now
Laird & Shober's white and back lm-1
ported buck Pumps, also brown and.
gray suede button Oxfords, $5 valB. .
Wright & Potor'o tan co-ed Pumps,
also dull patent and suedo Pumps.
$4.50 and $4 00 values, now
IE lines, all good makes, Ties and
Pumps, In tan, patent nnd suedes, are
worth up to $4.50, sale prlco
See Our Display in Show
For One Solid Month
Brooks' "Half Price" Suit
Sale Has Withstood Out
weighed All Competition
And YET tho entlro bombarding forco of Omaha's clothiers
has not created ANY Inrond upon the success of BROOKS"
Clearance. Others may inaugurate something greater NEXT
year, but THIS year's sale honors havo gone to "Brooks"--Brooks
Furnishing Goods Cut That
May Be Termed "Invincible"
SHIRTS With laundered
cuffs: shirts that sold up to
1 2. DO, aro now
SOFT SHIRTS With collars
to match. Sold for as much an
?2.00, but In this
TIES All of Brooks' 50c and
7Gc Neckwear will go In this
salo at U for 91, or
Corner Sixteenth and Harney Streets
City National Bank Building
MONEY FOR BALDWIN FAMILY
Three People in State Send In Help
for the Needy.
IN HANDS OF THE LOAN SHARKS
Silver Creole Lumber Man Write
Letter in Sending aioner Order
to Help Out the Dis
Material aid for A. O. Baldwin and
wife of 1B33 North Fifteenth street is
coming In to The Iieo office from readers
who sympathizes with this family In the
grasp of loan sharks and sufferers ot
the Easter tornado.
Miss Vivian vCary of Hecla, .Neb.,
started tho subscription Tuesday with
23 cents. A letter has been received from
Clay Center, with no signature, as fol
lows: "Gentlemen: Enclosed find CO cents for
the help of the Baldwin family."
Another from Silver Creek, Neb., fol
lows: "Omaha Bee Gentlemen: Have read
The Bee for thlrty-fpur years and I know
The Beo does not misrepresents things.
I saw something In your" paper that
should strike every honest man who
thinks, to help the needy and , distressed,
a part ot our duty.
"Some unfortunates have a pull (good
for tho lucky ones), some have no help
at all, and there is the proper time to
assist the needy, no matter who or what
Excelsior Shoe Co.'a gun motal and
tan Russia calf Oxfords, bull last,
$4.00 values, now
15 lines, all good makes, patent, dull
and tan low cuts, that were $4.00
and $3,60, now at
235 pairs, Bmall sizes ot broken l'nes,
$3.00 to $5.00 values, go now
0 off on all Hoys' and Youths' Tan and
Gun Metal Oxfords.
20 lines patent,
$3.50 values, your
275 pairs, small sizes, $3.50 and
$4.00 values, on bargain table, your
lr HI 91
'"n BUS" $1A 00
stock rocs i& J7 .
Any 25 Hult Cffl CA
In Brooks' p 1 W IU
Stock goes 1 fj, ,
now at Ama $
Any 8.10 Suit ,d i Afi
In BrookH' $ 1
Ar,r,ss?u,t $17 50
Stock rocs H M
now nt M m
Any 9-tO Suite; s fw i
In Brooks' III '
stock goes mW W '
WASH TIES All 50c Wash
Ties at 25c, and all of Brooks'
former 2 Be WaBh 1 QJU
Ties, each IZi 2 C
SILK SHIRTS Brooks' Silk
Shirtfl that have sold up to
?o.uu win go now
MUNSINO UNION SUITS The
regular $2.50 grades at $1.85,
es at $1.85,
and tho regular ?2
they are. Please find enclosed tZ co help
a little in the good cause, and especially
so becauso started by the pure purpose ot
doing good hy a child that has a heart
In the right place.
. "Let, the rich keep their plunder and
get help from peoplo who aro poor In
worldly goods, but rich in sympathy-
ones who know what help means to them.
and 1 am suro it will do Just as much
good to them.
"Some rich people (not all) need their
allotments for vacations. The poor can
and will and must help tho unfortunates
that need Immediate help and assistance.
W. Rice, my man, Joins me and adds SO
cents to my 12, making a postal order for
J2.M. If necessary we can raise a nub.
scription here, as no one but good peoplo
live here at our burg. Tours truly,
BOY ON WHEEL BITTEN BY
A STJ3ERNARD DOG
Johnnie Sims, 12-year-old son of J. A.
Sims, 4109 North Nineteenth street, was
attacked by a large Saint Bernard dog
owned by Prank riummer, 4303 North
Sixteenth street In front of tho lalter'a
residence Thursday afternoon.
The Sims boy was passing the house
on a blcyclo when the dog dashed
through the gate, sinking its teeth in the
calf of the lad's right leg. Ths boy was
thrown from his wheel and was saved
from probable serious Injury by a pas
serby who shied a brick at the animal and
hit It. The older Sims appeared in police
court Friday morning and swore out a
complaint against the owner of the dog.
dull and tan.
and Oxford Ties
AVH1TK FOOTWEAR NOW BELLING FOR
LESS THAN COST.
All the IIIrIi and Low Cut Models, made
up in Imported Ruckblcin, N'ubuck, Linen,
Duck or Canvas, included in this sale.
IS I& DOUGLAS.
our August Sale
Is a Record Breaker
Not only in volume of busi
ness but in value giving.
Our entire summer stock
must be disposed of and we're
offering price inducements on
We Show Only Standard
Lines of Men's Clothing.
Fully 90 of tho higher qual
ity goods made for us by
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Splendid values at the regular prices. Rare bargains
at clearance prices. You could not go wrong if you picked
with your eyes shut. Every suit is guaranteed.
The Entire Stock is Divided Into
Five Big lots Satirday
Suits that sold
ularly to $15.00, at
Suits that sold reg
ularly to $18.00. at
Suits that sold reg
ularly to $20.00, at
Suits that sold to $25.00
including broken lines of
Choice of any
suit that sold
V4 OFF ON
WIS CiOSE AX 8:30
1913 Milk-Fed Spriig
Steer Pot Roast. ... . . ,13o &nd loo
Younf Voal Roast , ,..iaHo
Young Veal Chops 196o
Porlc Butts t...... ...... ...... ...... .... ... w. X3o
Lamb Legs ......... ....13Ho
Lamb Chops three pounds for .S5o
Mutton Roust ... 7o
No. 1 Lean Hams 17?io
No. 1 Small Hams ..................... . ... ....llio
Sugar Cured Bacon lojjo
Steer Porterhouse Steaks lBUo
BPECIAX rrom S F. It to 8:30 P. M. iamb Oliopa Bo
JACOB P. ADLER & CO.
Sat. mat,, "The Broken Hearts."
Tonight The True Power.
Sunday Matineet All Week,
AR.GC0RGE KLEINE' PRtStNTS
AMANm M 6 PARTS am 3 ACTS
Daily Matinees, 25c",
Nights, 25c and 50c.
OMAHA vs. WEN Visit
August 8, O and 10.
Friday, August 8, Ladles' Day.
Cars leavo ICtli and Fa mam 2:45
Games called at 3 I. M.
Cooled by Iced Air. Tonlfbt All
Week. Matinees Wea. ana Saturday.
In tbe Spatkllnr Comedy
Prices! 25o and 80.
Hezt WMk Alias Jimmy Valentine.
tions in Boys'
Chickens ... 23j
1610 Harney Streat
IT'S COOIj AX
FREE CONCERTS BY
Sig. Vincent Pausani's Italian '
Every Afternoon and Evening
Until Sunday,. Aug. 10.
Remember the Concerts Arq
New Bath House and Fine
Boating Roller Skating,
Dancing, Roller Coasten
And Many Other Attractions
FREE MOVDTG PICTURES
Keduced-rate roundtrip tick
ets from Omaha for sale ao
down-town drug stores and
cigar stores; adults 25c, chik
Ltalloon Ascension, Sunday, 0:30 p.m,
ADMISSION TO PARK FREE,
Original ''Always Opn" Thatr
Sally, including- Sunday OTg-ht,
Eslen Oardner and Players In
Orsatest TUtat Brer Exhibited
Here 8 Keels 1 Hour and 40 Kin.
Duration Appropriate Muslo.
27.284 p.oniol Conllnuous-
Saw It In Den
ver In 3 Days.
All Seals lUC
Monday and "Week VTKXTH
Big Free Attraction, Saturday and
Sunday, Aug. O and 10, After
noon and Evening,
R O LL O
The Limit. In his Somersault of
Death America's Greatest Act
An Actual Flirt with Death.
DON'T FAIL TO ,SKK IT.