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TEE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 11, 1914.
DEMOCRATS ARE DESPERATE
Friends of Mngnire Seeking to In
duce Morchcad to Change Mind.
WANT TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR
They Fear Strength Mnher Mar Df.
relop In Trlnngnlnr (lobernn
lorlnl richt Tflth tlrrnn
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 10.-(Speslal.)-That a
desperate condition exists In the demo
cratic party today U made evident by
another attempt to convince Governor
Morehend that he should go back to his
election promise not to accept another
term as governor.
Hlnce the governor has rorne out -for
congress there has been a big effort mnde
by tho friends of Congressman MaRuIre
to get the governor to chnngo his mind
and make a try for the democratic nom
ination for governor. There Is method In
the madness of these persons for several
reasons. With the governor In tho race
for the democratic nomination for con
gress, tho Magulro men understand that
the little congressman will stand rfo show
of getting the nomination They want
Mm out of tho way and they want him In
the gubernatorial fight because they
fear the strength which Colonel John O.
Maher may develop In a three-cornered
fight with Charles W. Bryan and George
W. Dergc, dividing trio dry vote, and
Colonel Maher getting the wet support.
They figure that If they can coax the
governor back Into the race that there
Is a much better show for Magulro to land
the congressional nomination and the
JCryan and Berge follower know thai
their chances will be made belter with
tho governor drawing support which under
ordinary circumstances would go to
'Will MnUr Vlirnroim Effort.
II Is expected that this week a very
vigorous effort will be made by the
Bryan-Derge-Magulre faction to coax the
governor to glvo up his Congressional as
pirations and seek again to win a second
term as governor. Of course Bryan nnd,
Berge- will stay out of the negotiations
personally, but their friends will do the
However, the governor appears to have
a pretty good lino on the situation. Ho
recognizes very well that with the pres
ent split up condition of the democrats
party In the stato there Is no certainty
that he could be elected to a second term
as governor If he was nominated. When
he looks over the election figures of two
years ago he discovers that he polled
more votes In tho first congressional
district for governor that Magulre lld
for congress by 1,110. In fact, he re
ceived more votes In every county than
did Magulre, tho records showing that he
even received thlrty-flvo moro In Lan
caster county, Magulre's own home, than
did the congressman, the records showing
110 more In cast; 139 In Johnson, thirty
five In Lancaster, IK In Nemaha, thirty
one In OtcxJ, forty-six In Pawnee and In
Iltchardson County, the governor's home,
he received JJQ more votes than Magulre.
In studying these 'figures tho governor
feels that there Is hb reason why he
should get ft of the congressional race
track, which looks good to him, and go
onto the gubernatorial tratk, which looks
mighty humpy lut .now from a demor
cratlo standpoint ,.'
Governor Not' to' He VooitA, '
To the average' politician of the; defno
cratlc brand the fight 'for a state office
looks a great deal like a forlorn hops for
any follower of Andrew Jaokson at the
present tlmtf and with the unetrtaln -outlook
far tho future there la not going to
be much crowding1 around the offlco of
the secretary of Vtato' to get & chance o
file for a demoarntlo nomination for any
tatc office Nobody In the state knows
the political situation belter than Gov
ernor Morehoad. He doesn't wear s plug
hat and a long tailed coat very often,
but his head Is worklnc all the lime and
If tho Bryan-Bergo-Maguire combination
pulls off anything on him they will have
to be particularly smooth. Tho governor'
might 'o willing to sacrifice himself for
the good of his party, but he Is not llablo
to go Into it slaughter to help out the
EBERLY ELECTED COLONEL '
OF THE FOURTH REGIMENT
(From ft Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 10.-(8pecal,)-At the
election held today for selection of a
Commander for tho Fourth and Fifth
regiment and a lieutenant colonel for the
Fourth, opening of the ballots disclosed
that Colbnel O. A. Eberiy of Stanton was
re-elected colonel of the Fourth regiment
and W. E. Baehr of Omaha lieutenant
colonel of the same regiment Colonel
A H. Holllngworth was re-elected com
mander of the Fifth regiment.
O'NEILL SCHOOL MAN
BUYS NELIGH PAPER
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., May 10.-Spec!al.-Superlntendent
C. M. Morhman of the
O'Neill junior normal school has bought
tho Nellgh TtegUter and has resigned
from the Junior normal. Superintendent
C W. Walton of Wahoo has been ap.
pointed to take Mr. Morhman's place,
and E. D. Lundak of Wakefield has been
appointed to fill the vacancy in Wake
field. Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
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Early P&rt of Week
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., May 10.-(Bpeclal.)-
Llncotn will be a Iwisy place the first
part of this week, several state organ
izations holding their stato meetings here.
On May 12, IS and 14 tho grand lodge,
Knights of Pythias will meet, holding1
Its sessions at the Llndelt hotel.
On the same dates the Pythian sisters
will hold their state convention at tho
Tho Nebraska State Medical associa
tion will meet at the same time and
The Eastern Star will hold Its session
dutingthe fame time, the Llndell hotel
The State Pharmacy board wilt also
hold Its sessions at the Llndell on the
On May 12 the State Eclectic society will
meet at the Lincoln hotel.
The Stato Board of Health will meet
at the Lincoln hotel May IX
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BUATWCE, Neb., May 10.-(Bpeclal.)-Announcement
was received, here Friday
to the effect that Bock Island trains Nob.
253 and 354, running between Boatrlce and
Itorlon. Kan., would be placed on a. new
schedule on Sunday, May IT, and after
that date would be operated between Ilor
ton, Kan., and Falrbury. These trains
were discontinued west of Beatrice about
a year ago, since that time having been
laying over here at night and returning
to llorton in the morning. The Beatrice
Commercial club took the matter up with
the Btate Hallway commission some time
ago, with the result that the trains were
ordered back on the old schedule before
Vella E. Brown Friday filed suit for
divorce In the district court against her
husband, Samuel W. Brown. She asks
foe the care and oustody of their four
Thomas Williams, a farmer, was thrown
from e discing machine at his farm nine
miles northeast of Beatrice Friday, and
In falling his right hand struck bn the
knives in auch a way as to almost sever
three of his fingers.
Farmers ot the Holmcsvllle neighbor
hood are making plans to organize a
farmers' elevator at that place. It Is
proposed to buy the old elevator at
Holmesvllle or erect a new one with n
capacity of 35,000 bushels.
The merchants of this city took a sec
ond boosters' trip Friday. The towns oi
Filler, Adams, Firth, Cortland, Clatonla,
Wllber. DoWItt and Plymouth werq
The eighth grade commencement exer
cises will bo held In this city on the
afternoon of. June 1, Ah address to tho
graduates will be given by State Superin
tendent Drlzell. About fifty students will
present a three-act drama.
TECUMSEH FAMILY WELL
REPRESENTED IN ARMY
TECUMSElf, Net)., May.lC-tSpeclal.)-
in me event or war between this country
arid , Mexico, , J. W Whllharn of this
county, former member ot the Nebraska
legislature, would have a riumber of
relatives Who would probably take Part.
A brother, J. M. Whltham of Philadelphia,
I'o., f a graduate ot tho Unltod States
Naval academy; a nephew, J. D. Whit
hom, Is a surgeon In the army with the
rank of captain, and Is stationed at
Honolulu; another nephew is Lieutenant
T. Williamson, paymaster in the navy
stationed at Bremerton station: estlll
another nephew I Claude Howard, New
York City, whose father Is Hear Adrnlral
Thomas B. Howard, In command of the
American war vessels off the coast of
TECUMSEH HORSEWAY BE
TECUMSEH, Neb., May 10-(Speclal,)-
Tne owner and admirers ot the trotting
stallion "Ossory,"' a Tecumseh horse
which has mado something of a record
the last two years, are gratified to know
that C. E, Metcalfe, a horseman of Ber
lin, Germany; has sent word here that It
"Ossory" is for sale he will pay all he Is
worth for him, He desires to take the
horse to Berlin.
"PLATFORM" KELLEY FILES
FOR THE NOMINATION
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
siwiNCOUN, Neb., May la-(Bpeclal)-
-i'laiiorm" Kolley, whose right name Is
J. W. Kelley and whose home Is In Bea
ver City, has tiled to represent that dis
trict In tho next legislature, .provided he
can get the nomination on the democratlo
ticket at the primary and defeat his re
publican opponent at the election.
AEROPLANES ON WAY FOR
SERVICE IN CASE OF WAR
SAN DIEGO, Cel., May 10.-Three new
aeroplanes are en route from eastern'
aeroplane factories to be put in shape
for service with the eecond detachment
of the First Aero corps at North Island.
The new machines will be put through
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upon their arrival to test their avail
ability In emergency.
Bitter Legal Battle
Over O'Connor Estate
HASTINGS, Nob., May 10.-(Spcclal Tel-
egram.)-County Judge Button today
fixed July 10 as the date of hearing heir
ship claims In the estate of John O'Con
nor. The property, valued at $100,000, is
claimed by over 100 persons. Within
the last two days motions have been
filed by various parties to transfer the
case to district court, to compel Imme
dlate burial of the body of John O'Con
ner, who died August 17 last and whose
body Is still In the morgue; to delay
burial pending further examination and
to secure Immediate examination of the
body for tho purpose of determining
whether Its lower limbs nave been ills
sectcd; to ascertain whether the body
was permitted to be removed to Ingle
side State hospital for X-rny examina
tion, and for the appointment of a sp
clal Judgo by the county supervisors to
try heirship claims on the ground that
Judge Button had prejudged the caso and
Is therefore prejudiced.
A dozen or more O'Connors have es
tablished residence here pending tho out
come ot the suit.
A long and bitter legal battle Is In pros
pect, the state ot Nebraska being one
of the parties on the plea that the prop
erty should escheat to the state.
Nevra Note of Arlington,
ARLINGTON, Neb., May ir(flpeclul.)
Hiram lodge No. 61, Ancient, Free nnd
Accepted Mttonr, elected the following
officers for the ensuing year: V. M J,
A. Dixon: 8. W.. O. I. Pfslffer! J. W..
E. M. Samson; secretary, J. C. Badger;
treasurer, Don C. Weber.
Sam Hammang, a farmer living scuth
of town, was arrested Friday afternoon
by dame Warden Ptterb.vjlc fo- tho al
leged Illegal atile of fish. His trial will
be held May 13.
LEXINGTON, Neb., May J0.-(8peclal.)
Tho Board of Education re-elected C. E
Benson as school superintendent ttit next
year, making his third election. A school
exhibit was given In tho lilrth school
gymnasium this week ot the work done
by tho students tho lust year, the exhibit
being the finest ever seen in this part ot
Cntmnerolnl Club meets,
Q HAND ISLAND, Neb.. Ma 10.-(8pe
clal.) The tenth annual meeting of the
Commercial club was held last night,: re
suiting in the election of the following
officers for the onxulng year; ltlchard
Qohrlng, president: A. V. Uuechlnr, vice
president) Bmll Wolbi'ti, tieasurnr: A. M
Conners, secretary. For tho first llmo
the Australian ballot was used lor the
election ot fifteen directors.
It ii j- Hotel Property
CENTRAL CITY, Neb., May 10.-(Spe-
clal.) For a consideration ot $5,333, P. C.
Itatcllff, proprietor of the Hotel natcllff
of this city, has bought of B. F. bjw
man the DelmOnt hotel and the West End
rostnurant odjucent to the Union Pacific
Two Britons and an
American Are Killed
WASHINGTON, May lO.-Kltllng ot two
British and one American mine official
by Mexican federals near Guadalajara
was reported to the British embassy here
late tonight by the British vice consul
The report said that G. E. Wllllaws,
British foreman ot the El Fabor mine,
and C, B. Hoadley, American, had been
killed and Walter Neal, American man
ager, and Patrick Balrd, British, slightly
wounded at El Faber.
S. H. A. Green, British, wan reported'
killed at San Marcos.
The vice consul gave no details, and it
was stated at the embassy that all ef
forts to learn the reason for the attack
upon the ml no men had beon unsuccess
ful so far.
PLEASANT OUTING NEAR
RIVER F0RY0UNG WOMEN
Eighteen girls assembled at Twenty
fourth and Farnam and took a car for
Child's Point at :3J o'clock Saturday
morning. They were the guests of Vir
ginia White. They picked violets, waded
In the Missouri, nnd had roast "wienies"
for lunch. The following composed tho
party: Ann Axtel, Winifred Brandt, Elsie
Schmidt, Lillian Head, Dorothy Dorlow,
Helen Welch, Aleeta Thompson, Eliza,
bet Pelrlgo, Josophtne Plainer, Eva
Kornmeyer, Ida Landon, Marjorle
Cavers, Phylls Hunter, Virginia White,
Florlce Shaw, Pauline Coad, Jossclyn
Stone, Almalnce Campbell.
RICHARD HARDING DAVIS
IS PRISOjNER OF HUERTA
NEW YOItK, May lO.-nichanl Harding
Davis, author and war correspondent,
who waa eent by the New York Tribune
to Mexico as its correspondent, Is under
arrest at Mexico City, according to a dis
patch published In the Tribune today.
Medlll McCormlck ot Chicago also Is
under arrest In Mexico City, according to
the same dispatch.
The message says Brigadier Oeneral
Funston at Vera Crus has received in
formation that the two correspondents
have been taken into custody.
FILE THEIR STATEMENTS
WASHINGTON, May . J. Denjamtn
Dlmmlck, candidate for the Pennsylvania
republican menatorlal nomination against
Senator Penrose, spent SS.jyi in the pri
mary campaign, according to his expense
account filed today with the secretary
of the senate.
Clifford Plnchot, candidate ot the Wash
ington party, received no contributions
and spent 13.7C5.
AMERICAN NEGRO IN JAIL
AT JUAREZ IS RELEASED
JUAREZ, Mexico, May 10.-Jamea Lo
gan, the American negro who has been in
jail here tor nearly three months on a
charge of being a federal spy, was liber
ated and permitted to cross the interna
tional line today. He will be required,
however, to report to constitutionalists
officials here once a week. Logan was
tried and asqultted some time, but Wa
formal decree of acquittal was signed
only yesterday. 1
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HUERTA WILL LAY
CITY LOW BEFORE
HE TAKES FLIGHT
(Continued from Page One.)
nected with the American forces that the
ounded aro being little cared for, chiefly
n account of tho scarcity In Mexico City
f medical supplies.
Many who havo resided In the cnnitnl
credit the report that Huerta Intends the
destruction of the city before his depart
ire, explaining hat tho man Is so nh.
sessed with the Idea that he Is tho only
one capable of directing the government
that he has become nractlcnllv Irrmnnrw.
Ible. They regard Mexico City ns a place
wiucn win soon be as dangerous for
Mexicans as for foreigners.
Up to the present no additional Am.r.
lean troops have been asked for, beyond
those necessary to comntetn TirisnHior
General Funston's fifth brigade. Strate
gists agree, however, that the troops and
marines already here will be sufficient
for flying columns In n
while tho bluejackets could garrison tho
Reports of UntrHsen.
From the Interior and Isolated
ports of attacks and outrages on Ameri
cans continue to trlcklo through the lines,
although no first hand accounts havn vit
been brought In. Alt travelers coming
down from the capital are stripped of
newspapers and documents which might
reveal tho stato of nffalrs thero and no
nows of the American occupation of Vera
urux, so rar as cah be prevented by tho
Mexicans, has been pormlttcd to reach
While the military situation h
mains unchanged, news nf the dlsnnsltlnn
of the Mexican troops between Vera Cruz
ana Mexico City came In today from a
trained observer, who reported that ho
sow the Sixteenth Infantry nearest to the
American lines. General Maas' head
quarters aro at Paso Del Macho, and up
tho railroad as fur ns Eintrnnii Via hw
the Eighteenth, Nlnoteenth and Twonty-
seventn and Twenty-sixth Infantry In tho
order named. Beyond Esperanza regi
ments of rurales were posted alone the
line to Mexico City, The number wns not
estimated, but there was a large guard
at each railroad station.
U.S. WARHEADS FIND
BUSINESS OF TAKING
OYER ARMS YERY BAD
(Continued from Pcgo One.)
Ho estimated that from ZOO to 300 Italians)
lived In tho Ludlow colony.
Wlrr Sent to IcVntlnjr
The Colorado State Federation of Labor
today eent a telegram to Edward Keat
ing, representative from Colorado, corn-
1 ran 1
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plaining of alleged Importation of strike
breakers Into the coal fields.
Tho telegram eald:
"Operators shipping men to Denver and
then to the mines. Federal troops giving
them protection and keeping our people
from establishing tent colony on our
In reply to Governor Amnions' request
to the War department that federal troops
bo sent to the Oak Crock and Crested
Butte coal mining districts In Colorado
tho following telegram was received fivm
"Your telegram of May Sth received. 1
have ordered a report made to me on
conditions at Crested Butte and Oak
"Will act when I get the facts."
GERMAN SHIPS WILL
NOT LAND MUNITIONS
(Continued from Page One.)
was announced that the mobilization was
Independent of any orders from Wafili
Ington and was being carried out merely
as a test of efficiency.
At the Navy department the monitor
Ozard was ordered to Tamplco. The war
ship Is of light draft and capablo of
entering tho Panuco river, around which
tho endangered oil fields are centered, in
case of necessity.
The report received today from Admiral
Badger upon conditions In the oil (kids
in tho neighborhood of Tamplco is re
gsrded as confirmatory, In some degiee.
of news that had reached the State de
partment several days ago that American
oil men wero In danger of losing their
property In Mexico because of the oui
penslon ot oil production during the long
drawn out siege of Tamplco. If It can be
shown that tho lessees were prevented
from operating their wells through no
fault of their own, It is certain tho State
department will see that in the final set
tlement which will be made of all tho
vast number of American claims against
Moxlco . theso concessionaries are ful'y
protected In their rights.
It is known the British government al
ready Is accumulating a formidable llfst
ot clnlms of this character which must
be met by tho permanent government of
Mexico after the rebellion is over.
Secretary Bryan was gratified at the
news he received today from American
Consul Rodgers at Havana of the action
of the German steamship company in
directing tho return to Hambur wlthouf
I unloading of their munitions of war, re
ported to be on board, the steamships
Kron Prinzessln Ceclllo and Bavaria,
which wero about to be placed in the1
bands of the Huerta agents at Puerto
Moxlco, tho only gulf port with railroad
communication with the capital through
which such supplies could reach the city.
The secretary said that so far as he
knew this order on the part of the steam-'
The enlightened public today
demands more. It demands abso
Every brewer tries to make
pure beer and hopes
it will be pure when
you drink it, but
They send it out in a
light bottle, and it's
the light that starts
decay and develops
the skunky taste.
Schlitz goes to you
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which protects the
beer from light and
keeps it pure and
wholesome from the
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Sea that Crown U branded "Schlitz. ' '
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ship people was voluntary; at any rate
he had not himself communicated with
the German ambassador here nor with
the Germany government pny request that
these cargoes be held up.
Undoubtedly the solution ot the Ucs-
tlon reached today relieved the State tic
partment from what promised to be an
No Warship nt Port,
With no American warship at Puerto
Mexico, and consequently without tho
means of preventing the landing of these
arms and ammunition which might bo
used against American troops later on,
the only feasible method of effective nc
Hon was an appeal to the German gov
ernment to stop the delivery. For Its
part Germany doubtless would have been
greatly embarrassed by euuh a request
for the reason that It had no authority to
Interfere with Its own commercial lines
In legitimate business, except in time of
war, and it Is of course known to all
European governments that the United
States Is not ready to admit the existence
of Buch conditions.
Inquiry failed to develop the reasons
which actuated the steamship company,
but It Is assumed that the cargo was
taken at tho shippers' risk and' with a
distinct understanding that It would not
be landed if the company would thereby
bo embarrassed with Its relations with
the United States government From an
unofficial source It was learned . that
theso arms and ammunition, like tho
cargo on the Yplranga, turned back at
Vera Cruz, were originally shipped from
New York or some other eastern port;
at any rate that they were of American
manufacture and were sent to Hamburg
as likely to afford the easiest access to
tho Mexican gulf ports.
Sllltmnn la Sn'e,
Reassuring information concerning the
safety of Vice Consul John R. Sllllman,
reported arrested by Huerta commanders
at Saltlllo or San Luis- Potost, was re
eclved. The Stato department, which had
addressed strong remonstrances to Gen
crnl Huerta on the subject through the
Brazilian minister and had been seeking
Information on his fate through every
available channel, received through the
French legation In Mexico City a com
munication from General Blanquet, Huer-
ta'a war minister, that the American con'
sulate at Hermoslllo was guarded by fed'
oral troops and that neither Mr. Sllllman
north other Americans wore under arreist
Tho movement of refugees from Mexico
continued. Blr Lionel Cardon, the British
representative In Mexico City, again
strongly urged his nationals to leave for
the coast. His apprehension is connected.
It is believed, with supposed dangers to
the capital from the forces of 'Zapata, re
ports which have been disquieting the
foreign diplomats for several days
Blazntlnn Not Surrendered.
The campaign between tho contending
Mexican forces continued, with tho umal
rumors and denials ot the fall of impor
tant points. Admiral Howard reported
that Masatlan, on the Pacific coast had
not surrendered, contrary to repjrts
printed here, but that fighting continued.
He also reported that Hureta had ordered!
the lights In the lighthouses on '.ne Vu
clfio coast extinguished, to embarraia
navigation, and that American telegrams
nnd mall to and from Mexican PACifla
ports could not be transmitted.
Representative Dies In the house today
advocated the disarming it the "Igrnnt
murderers" of Mexico nnd placing In ihclr
hands the "Implements of husbanlry."
He prophesied that if President Wilson
ever closed down hla "squnro Jaws on the
Mexican situation It will have to th'lnder
several times before he lets go." "
WASHINGTON STATE TROOP
GETS "FORETASTE" OF WAR
TACOMA, Wash., May 10,-Eager to seo
If Troop B of the state guard was pre
pared for the call, Captain Hartwell W.
Palmer ordered the troop to go to Ameri
can Lake tod"ay to mobilize. Grim
scenes of prepartlon were enacted nt tho
armory and "on to Mexico" was in the
air. Before noon twenty-five members of
the troop were on hand with blankets,
tents and canteens ready tq start on a
moment's notice. Mothers wept on hear
ing their sons would probably go to war.
There was commotion and busy prepara
tions all through tho city. Newsapapors
Issued extra and telephone wires wero
kept hot with orders and inquires. Cap
tain Palmer explained that the order had
been glvep at a test ot the preparedness
o tho troop.
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raCE SEASON'S CLIMAX GLORI
with Charles H. Wallron's
The Greatest Spectacle Ever Pro
duced In Hnslcal Burlesque.
-T1CB LEOBND OP THE BMOV'
The "Xlsmet" of Burleson.
- , , M Oriental) Blxarr.
Oast Includes Beautiful riorenco
Mills, Bam J. Adams, Lillian En
glish and the "Lucile of London"
BEST SHOW IN MUSICAL
so say Half a Million People.
Kid the II other ihowt been hilt u
good a ttali one, wait 1 eeuon tha
Cietr would bave had, Omaha would
hire limply had to hive a Nit'l Reacrva
Bank. Anyway, itart la next Sundajr
coming here for your moTlnr picture!.
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BveulngB. Sunday X Holiday Mat&,
W. W. UVU BU 1 99
22MATS.15c and 250
Cmw (im tf ro lU. bat &o itMktu.
B4by CtrrU Gu-itt la tht Lobby.
I us Auuuti u i li i j or ramou!
VAifriM Film. Ctsrfi n.e .u
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This Week I
THE AH Seats 25c
Pally Matinee, a; Night. 8.
Omaha vs. Sioux City
May 7, 8, 8 and 10.
Dames Called a i w
Two Oamsa Sunday. Ptret Qaxne Celled
at a o'clock.