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SKINNER SAYS THE
MOYIE jST0 STAY
Ttmoni Actor Tells Collegiani of
Dangers that Lie in the
Silent Drama.
HE BELIEVES IN CENSORSHIP
The moving pictures have come
lo stay for a good long wftlls, ac
cording to Otis Skinner and Otis
Skinner in not a movie actor, either.
He played 8hakenpearean plays In
I lie days of Edwin Booth and the
iet of the stars some thirty years
ago, and since that time has been
marring himself In some of the
heaviest dramas on the American
stage.
Mr. SKlnner. being In the illy for an
rr.ESSoment lit the Brandels. was the
suest of the fnlverslty club at noon,
wher h told the college men somo reml.
rlsrenres of the stage and Incidentally
fnresed himself on the matter of the
movies.
"No. there Is no Immediate: prospect
that the movie mill go out of diite soon,"
said the trsgedtsn. "hut it will never
lu.e the besuty of the spoken drama.
The rtsnger of the movie lies In Its sen
sationalism, and Its salacious appeal 'The
Hirth of a Nation' la the greatest movie
ever produced, and yet here, too. It de
pends for Its popularity on Its salacious
appeal
"It behooves the government censorship
to look carefully after thla salacious side
of the movie. It Is more dangerous than
any spoken drama for several reasons.
In the first place, a movie show can be
cn anywhere for 19 cents, which throws
It constantly open to the little boy and
rlrl with their susceptible minds, while
the hlerher-prl'-ed theater la not so read
lly acceasahle to them. Then, too, ft
movie may be seen any hour of the day
or nlrhu while the other la very much
limited as to time."
BEATEN OUTLAWS
CARRY WOUNDED
CHIEFTAIN AWAY
(.Continued from Fsge One.)
ham lioualoii forwarded Ueneral Fi
shins s dispatch aa follows:
"HAN GERONIMO RANCH, March 2
Colonel Dodd struck Villa's command,
consisting of 500 men, at S o'clock March
IX at Guerrero. Villa, who la suffering
from ft broken leg and ft lama hip, waa
not present. Number of Villa's dead
known to be thirty, probably others
carried away dead. Dodd captured two
machine guna, ft large number of horses,
saddles and arms. Our casualties, four
enlisted men wounded, none seriously.
The attack waa ft surprise, the Villa
troop being driven In ft ten-mile running
fight and retreated to the mountains
northeast of the railroad where they sop
a rated Into small bands.
"A large number of Carranileta prls-
onera who were being held for elocution
- hy the Villa troops were liberated during
the fight.
March fifty Miles.
''In order to reach Guerrero, Colonel
Dodd marched fifty mile In seventeen
hours and carried on the fight for five
hours.
"Ellseo Hernandei, who commanded
Mlla troops, waa klUed in the fight
With Villa permanently disabled, Iope
wounded and Hernandea dead, the blow
administered Is ft serious one to Villa
bsnd."
The War department also had In for
matlon that the disorganised Villa troops
appeared to be assembling In the upper
part of the flan Mart valley, and Col
one! Dodd waa evidently planning Im
mediate purauit, to press the advantage
of his Initial victory.
Secretary Baker sent his congratula
tlvns to Generals Funst-n and rershmg.
"Ian t that great," the secretary said
upon reading the newa of the small
number of American casualties. He at
once advised the White House and Bee
rotary Lansing of the first victory for
Ihe American arms In purauit of Villa
War department officials stated 1st
this afternoon that they believed the
American victory was accomplished de
spite the fact that the United States
troops were outnumbered two to one,
Against the MO Vlllista they believed
Colonel Dodd' Immediate column eqn
slated of about So men or possibly auo.
Colonel Dodd commanded the second cav
airy brlrfede, but because of reassign
ments of troops slnoe Oeneral Pershing's
expedition departed the War department
SEE BEATON'S WINDOWS
"FOLLOW
Here Are a Few
60c Kodol Dyspepsia Tablet 27
75c Lady St. Clalrs' Perfection Cream 30g
11.60 Watches for 08
35c and. 40c Tooth Bruihes for 10c4
$2.00 Fountain Pens, self filling, guaranteed -08
IU'llH.tM IUPI.KX ftAKETY RAZOR
HUCU
With Kery lat hae of liUdcs.
CANDY DEPARTMENT.
S0c Melba Chocolate 39
60c lb. Chocolate Coated Peanuts, per lb... 40
10c Milliard s Fig Wafers 5
We are agents for Huyler's, Johnson's, Lowney's,
Crane's and O'Brien's Chocolates and Bon Bon.
1-lb. 20-MuIe-Team Boras St
50c Johnson Floor Wax 34
Hind's Honey and Almond Cream 25)t
f 1.00 Gem Safety Razors J9
$1.00 Antiseptic Rasorg 25
f 1.00 Leslie Safety Razors 10
5c Ivory Soap, 6 cakes for 10c
$1.25 Pearson' double bristle, cushion back
Hair Brushes, for 69
$:.60 Pearson's beat bristle Hair Brushes. -91.49
J5c Borden's Condensed Milk 14
t!c Cereo Gruel Corn Meal 17g
2 5e Cereo Gruel Legume 17e
ti,1i llorllik s Malted Milk, hospital site, S2.7U
$1.00 Just s Food iijf
$1.00 HorUrk's Malted Milk ;V
&0e Putman' Dry Cleaner '3tV
2Sc Colortt lfj
BEATON
hml n Information as to what troops
participated In the fighting.
Only four Americana Wnnnded.
SAN ANTONIO. Tea , March il.-VWas
force, estimated at V. was sevrre'y de
feated at Guerrero, on Msrrh 2. by Colo
nel Pofld, sccordlng to a report from
CJ.prrsI retshlng to General Kunston,
sent from the Ran Orronlmo ranch.
The Villa loas was placed at thirty killed
and the Americans at four wounded.
Among the Villa mounded was an offi
cer named ropes, who General rershlng
thought might t.e Tablo Ixipet, who ld
the bsnd that murdered seventeen Amer
icans at Hsnta Tsabel. General Flleo
ernandrs was among the Villa dead.
None of the American wounded
seriously Injured. Villa was not present
t the fight.
General rershlng said that what was
regarded aa confirmation of the report
that he was suffering from a broken
g had been received. Ills exact where-
bouts had not been learned.
Colonel Dodd led his Seventh and Tenth
cavalry 'n ft amaahlng ride from the
north toward Ouerren when he learned
f the presence there of the Villa forces.
revering the fifty-five miles Intervening
In seventeen hours. General Tershlng
said he arrived there at t o'clock, going
Into action Immediately, but whether It
aa In the morning or In the after
noon, the report Old not lntii-ate.
Villa Foree ftatpareaaed.
It was a complete surprise to the Villa
force, which had entered Into a cele
bration of Its victory over the Carransa
arrlson the day before.
Soon after the action began the Mel-
cana were breaking for cover and begln-
ing to disappear along the trails that
lead to the mountains northeast of the
railway. For ten miles the running fight
that began at Guerrero was continued.
nd abandoned only when the division of
the retreating force, Into numerous small
bodies made pursuit Impossible.
Colonel Dodd reported that he had cap-
tired two machine guns and a consider
able number of asddles and rifles. The
fleeing bandits left behind severs! Car
ransa soldiers, who said they had been
held by Villa for eterutlon. They were
released by the Americans.
Omahan Robbed of
Nearly a Thousand
Dollars on Sleeper
PRtNFIB!.D. Mo.. Msreh SL (Special
Telegram.) While asleep In a pullman
on the Frisco line, between Memphis and
Springfield last night Frank Smiley of
Omaha, waa robbed of W, which he had
aecreted In hie sock before retiring.
Neither Slmley nor hla wife, who waa
with him tn the berth, awakened during
the night and their loss waa not dla
covered until morning. The money waa
In $f and tlflO billa. They had gone to
Penaaeola, Fla., with Intention of Invest
ing land, but found nothing to suit them
and were enroute home. Special officer
are Investigating and 'auspect are under
surveillance.
GERMANS CAPTURE
TOWN NEAR YERDUN
(Continued from Page One.)
attacks with hand grenadra directed
against our positions north of ""Court.
"West of the Meus the bombardment
of Malancourt ha gone on with redoubled
violence. Last night the German de
livered ft eerie of attack In massed
formation. They advanced from three
Idea at ft time upon the village which
formed the advanced salient of our line
nd which sheltered one of our bat
talion. After furious fighting all night
long which entailed considerable sacri
fices on the part of the enemy, our
troop evacuated the ruined village, but
w still hold Its outskirts.
"East of the Msus the night passed
quietly.
In the Woevre the German endea
vored on three separate occasions to rap
ture from ua the work east of Haudre
mont. but all their advances were re
pulsed. "There ha been no occurrence of Im
portance on the remainder of the front."
nrltlah Lose Three Biplanes.
BERLIN, March Sl.-tVIa 1-ondon.)-Cftpture
of the village of Malancourt In
th Verdun region west of the Meuse was
announced by the war office today. The
Germans took 32S prisoner.
The text of today official statement
aya:
"Wetern theater: Artillery ftctlvlty on
both side tn many frontal war sonea In
creased considerably during the clear
portions of the day.
"West of the Meus the village of
Malancourt and French defenalv estab
lishments on both aide of th village
were taken by storm. Six officer and
823 un wounded men were made prisoner.
On the rat bank of tha Meuae the
pokltlon I unchanged. Brief encounters
at close quarter developed around
and you will
THE BEATON PATH"
of Beaton Drug Bargains Why Pay More?
$2.(0 Mary Garden Perfume, oi
$1.50 DJer Kls Perfume, os
$1.25 Guerlaln'a Jlcky Perfume, per os.
60c ot. Perfume, all odor
50c Java Rice Powder, genuine
25c Mennen' Talcum Powder
35c Ie Jar's Talcum, large tdte, 'j-lb. box
25c Mistletoe Cream
60c Pond's Extract Cold Cream
26c Pond Vanishing Cream
26c Wright's 8llver Cream
$1.00 Fellow' Syrup Hypophosphtte , . , ,
25c Mentholatum for
60c Pebeco Tooth Pasle
7 6c Pompeian Massage Cream
25c Woodbury's Facial Soap .
15c Bucklln's Arnica Salve . . .
35c Castorla
DRUG CO., 15th and Farnam Streets
I I
Frrn' Ii
mont. '
"In sn serial flht In the region of
Anas s.id rapaum. the Prltlsh lost
three hiplnnr. Two of their occupsnts
were dead. L.lutensnt Immclmann thus
accounted for his thirteenth enemy aero
plane
"r.stein theater: The TlnsMan ys
trday liml'cd their ac'll'y to subjecting
those pirts of our fronts which they pre
viously had sttacked to heavy artillery
bombardments."
Miss Carmen Betz
is Seriously 111 in
Bellevue Home
A supposed case of mumps, which hss
developed Into an acute raa of infection
and blood poieonlns, contracted while she
wss engaged In her duties a nurse, has
brought Miss Carmen Bets, 22 years of
age, former Bellevue college st ident, a
nurse at the- South Omaha honpltsl. to
the point of death. Her father, Dr. W.
I. Bets, who Is attending her, Inst night
hsd little hope for her recovery.
Miss nets and Mies Verna Tlchter. sn-
other nurse at tho hospital, were taken
ill last Monday with what sppesred to
be mumps and were Immediately Isolated.
Glandular swellings appeared about Mies
Ptihter's neck. No swellings, however,
appeared on Mies Tlets's neck. The case
was later diagnosed as diphtheria, but
when Ir. Hots visited his daughter
Thursday evening he found no swellings
or any other Indication of diphtheria.
He took his daughter to his homo In
Bellevue and put her under the csre of
a nurse. Miss Bets remained unconscious
all Thursday night.
Mlsa M. Keen, head nurse at the hos
pital, asserts that no Infectious cssea are
permitted at the Institution and that It
Is a myaterv to her how Mlsa Belz con
tracted the Infection. Miss Bet has been
on night duty for some time,
Saany Alberta end Saskatchewan.
Theae sections are the granary of the
World. Reached via the 8oo Line from
St. Paul and Minneapolis. Free informa
tion, addreaa W. R. Hsrlcy. D. P. A.. 214
Fifth t,trect. Ties Moines, Iowa.
AYIATION RELAY
CHAIN IS COMPLETE
iContlnued from Page One.)
clrcunixtanues might readily arlae In
which we could go Into the mountalna
and locate Villa in a very few hours. No
aviators can beat our men in skill,
but It would require a special type of
machine for work at extreme altitudes.'
Hands Nearly Frosrs,
One of the aviators returning today
from a very cold flight, logt all sense of
feeling In his fingers and hands. How
ever, he retained enough vitality In hla
wrists that, by pressing them against the
steering wheel, he could feel the touch
of the wheel, and he maintained control
of the plane. This aviator said that for
two dsya after hla fingers tingled. The
cold and other endurance test to which
the aero squadron have been put does
not eccm to hsve Impaired their vital
ity or In the leaet affected their health.
So far as the aviator know none of
them have been shot at In any of their
flight.
One aviator reported shot had been
fired at lilin whllo he waa on ft hrke,
doing topographical work, after landing
with hi machine some distance away
from the American line. Thla man did
not see where the hot came from and
It waa not repeated.
Throw Off folds and Preveal Grip,
When you feel ft cold coming on, take
Laxative Bromo Quinine. It removea
cause of Colds and Grip. Only one
"Bromo Quinine." E. W. Grove' signa
ture on bos. 16c Advertisement.
Department Orders,
WASHINGTON, Msrch Si (Special
Telegram.) Mrs. Harriet 8. Newlln has
neen appointed postmaster at llolf
herrv county, Nebraska, vice M. Phil
lip, resigned.
Mural letter carters: Iowa: Adam H
Griffith, Ames: John C. Priest, Hastings;
Ola A. Kxpeland. Leland: Henry A.
VVIngerson. ,iac City; William H. John
son, riaiem; Jotin O. FJde, Story City;
vnnnps r,. itnriman, wenster v. ity.
Kouin Pakota: Arthur Hyler. Carter;
Karl R. Clark, Jordan; Jamea K.
Murphy. Pukwana; Paul A. Tliurlow,
Vale.
Wyoming: Clay C. Snlvely, Sheridan.
On the recommendation of Cnngreaa-
man lonorK, Dr. J. B. Anderson hss
been appointed pension surgeon at Blair
Neb.
The Treasury department baa author
ised the hirst National bank, Newton,
to Increase its capital from fte.OOO to
liw.ono.
Bell-ans
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
CIGAR SPECIALS.
trrnrhe south of Tort ro'i- j
ii
10c Gibraltar, 5 for 2!S
10c Tom Moore, Conchas slxe, each
Limit 6 to a Customer.
10c PreferencU, Conchas site, each 5t
Limit 6 to a Customer.
10c El Contento, each JJ
16c Muriel's Clear Havana, each H
10c George the 4th. each 5j
limit 25 to a Customer.
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PHOTO DEPARTMENT
FREE DEVELOPING.
We derelop all films free. Give u a trial. Our
Finishing Department is complete in every detail.
$2.00 Film Pack Cameras 1S
$9.00 2-A Buater Brown Cameras J )
$16.00 Ansco No. 4. Sttx4V. for S9.O0
taniecM I tented, 10c a day.
THE STORE FOR
SHIRTWAISTS
Originality Exclusivenes
Xow models received for
Saturday's celling include
two very attractive new Tail
ored fJeorgette Models
One Priced at $5
the Other at $5.95
You'll find this an inter
esting place and will enjoy
your visit very much. May
we pee you Saturday!
WOMEN'S KNIT
UNDERWEAR
NEW LOCATION
MAIN AISLE MAIN FLOOR
nibbed Union Suits, low neck,
leveles, fitted or -.vide knee,
also envelop suits, )0C
Fine Llsl 8ults, silk top, low
neck, no sleeves, , (J1 QfT
knee length tpl.U
Chlldrens Three-In-One Suits, low
neck, no sleeves, knee length; or
high neck, long sleeves, r A
ankle length JVU
The Best Kind of
Hose for Children
Fiber Silk Hose, white or black,
(a splendid number fCr
for wear) UUL
Pure Thread Jap Silk Hose, lo
black, white, pink and sky, an
exceptional value. jJ QQ
SPKCIAIii Children's fine ribbed
cotton hose, in black and PTf
white, all one size OUC
Saturday Eventful Bargains
Trimmed Hats
in
Basement Millinery Saturday
REAL BARGAINS IN NEW TRIMMED AND
UNTRIMMED HATS, FANCY FEATHERS AND
NEW FLOWERS. wasmt.
TGie
easfts
of
Tarsal
By Edgar Ricm BurroughM
Tanaa egai plannt Into a
serial of startling adrst
AT ALL BOOKSTORES
A. C MsOsng PvW.
Pimple Disappear
There Is on remody that seldom falls
to clrar away all pimples, black heads
and skin eruption, and that makes ths
skin soft, clear and healthy.
Any druggist can supply you with semo.
which generally overcomes all akin dis
eases. Acne, ersema, Itch, pimples,
rashes, black heads tu most casea give
way to semo. Frequently, minor blem
ishes disappear overnight. Itching usu
ally stops Instantly. Zemo la aafa. clean,
easy to use and dependable. It osts only
26c; an extra large bottle, II 09. It
will not stain. Is not greasy or sticky
and is positively safe for tender, sensi
tive skins.
Zemo, Cleveland.
READ THE BEE WANT ADS
THOMPSON-BflDEN 6C0.
Thejasliion Genfer of Hie Middle West
Esfablished 1886.
A Fresh Importation of
Trefousse Gloves
Xew styles for ppring,
white with heavy embroider
ies, and black with white
embroideries.
Also, the new Ivory and
Buff shades, Battleship Gray
and Xavy all with heavy
contrasting embroideries.
All are First Quality
French Kid, $2.50 pr.
SPORT CLOTHES
PIP
A ,ale of, our. entire collection of
early trimmed hats, at
Special Reductions
Street and Semi-Dress
Hats, each at a
Saving of From
$2.50 to $5.00
About Three Hundred
in all.
(We must make room
for our new summer hats,
hence this sale.)
MillinerySecond Moor.
DmAfJnOFTE
lr"t .Mm m mum m mm
W '"oZr PILLS
An Effective Laxative
Ptualy Vegetable
Constipation,
Indigestion, Bilioosaesa, m.
Q Oft ?Q'Q at Nfat
OHooo4ataOoa4J or Plain
HOTELS Alt!) RESORTS.
Hotel-
Marie Antoinette
Broadway, 66th and 67th Sti.
W TOBK CXTT.
SITUATED in the moat con
venient location In town. Mod
ern In every detail, absolutely
fireproof, within ten minutes
of tho leading department
stores, aliups and theaters.
1'onveBlent to Pennsylvania
and tirand Central Depots.
Rooms, with Bath,
$2.50 Per Day Up.
Suites, $4.00 Per Day Up.
boo mi ei.Bo rsa dat vr.
Restaurant ot Unusual Excellence.
II. STANLEY GREEN,
Managing Director
Neckwear
That's Different and
Charming' at Little Cost
fn the (rretest variety we have ever known.
Special collars for dresses and coats, in
Organdy, Voile and Georgette Crepe;
Dutch and roll effects, also circular top
collars, 23r, 3rtc, OOc.
Large, round, and cape collars, made of
Organdy and Georgette, ft.OO to $2.75.
Vests of Organdy, Net Lace and Georgette,
5)c to $7JiO.
Collar and Cuff Rets in Organdy and
Mull, 50c to $3.00.
Xew Crepe Tie (Just In), SOr.
FEATURED SATURDAY
For Milady Who
Desires Authentic Apparel
This season as in no
other sport clothes will be
the correct attire for numer
ous occasions.
"We feel assured that their
distinct charm and original
ity will appeal.
Acompr ehensive
display awaits your
inspection. .May we
show you Saturday?
Sport Suits
$25, $35. $45
Sport Coats
$16.50. $19.50, $25
Sport Skirts
$6.50, $8.50, $9.50
The Men's Shop
Saturday News of Well Known Merchandise
The Hit of Spring:
Is the colorful striped pattern
shirts, tones that blend well with
your cravat. If your decision is
SILK, we will show you an assort
ment that is immense, in goodness
and size; mixtures, too, and madras
meet with Fashion's approval.
We carry lakes you are familiar with:
Manhattan, Eagle, Bates-Street,
Arrow.
Our Cravats are Picked:
Line after line Is looked' over
before we have completed buy
ing. Whether it be a flower,
or figure, stripe, or plain, you
will find it here in every hue.
Our cravats are built to wear,
as well as to be good-looking.
If you wear one of ours, made
with the slip-easy band, you
will find It slides freely where
others bind.
Men's Shop A Step to
AUtllHMBHTI.
Zowg.
The Best of Taudsvllls
Laat Two Ttmea
WELEN'E LA OKA YE, HOCK A
W1UTK ami WATSON SISTERS
KATIXIS TO DAT AT
li5.H TONIGHT, 8:10
NEXT WEEK
Two Btg Special Feature
"THE BAOHRIiOR 1IN X EIV
and "FORTY WINKS."
omasa's nnr cmtia
LAST TIME, Mil. TODAY 'VtSiXm
8Tingt TONITE .AJ
Aad CoBttaalBff lae-, Waat Bat.
rrh aw CMrtim Widows
PeSdaiamsswr -r-
Xaiaa'
Dtmo m"t Week Days.
BRAHDEIS T0NJ5HJ.r,."...',,
KIN N E E.
"Cock Tk Win."
Oomedj aaooeae
rags-. SOo to ta.ooj vat, aoo so .
List Time TONIGHT
acatlaee Today, HSO.
Waak Bsglmalug Boa. Ma. "OUTCAST.1
Today TTZNEWifTonlte
2:30 JrUhJIQ:20
NORTH BROS. "DAVID HARUM
Turpin's Stnool of Dancing
Twenty-eighth Farnam. ew Claavea.
List our name no, frivate leeeone any
time. KABBBT Ale.
BOYD
New Spring
SILKS
K v e ry day interesting
weaves and exquisite colors
are added to our already
notable exhibition of the
loveliest silks for spring and
summer.
Suits, Frocks, Coats, and all
other garments designed for the
coming season, attest to the ex
treme favor accorded silks.
Everything from the sheerest
fabrics to the tailored suitings.
Voiles, Marquisettes and
Georgettes in both plain and
embroidered designs.
Taffetas, Gro Grain, Fail
les, Radium, Duchess, in
many new colors.
Plenty of figured linings
to go well with these fine
fabrics.
Is it a collar, or a pair of
gloves, or garters you not
iced this morning that you
need T And you want some
thing "different," yet not
too extreme? Just step in
side and you will find us
ready and willing to show
well-known merchandise.
the Left as You Enter
AHriRMENTI.
S&ad Today
Oraad Doable Bill
VABXTE O'ITBZZi la "TIE WTTOS."
TXOUT IOSHEa U 'Til KAm-
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Open II to II.
M3S
TODAY-11 to 11
SIX DIVING NYMPHS
AJID
Miniature Musical Comedy
aid orazat,
THE FARHAM
1415
FARNAM
TODAT-TU Dainty Boroea star.
BAIT mSJtM, la
"Tht Strength of th Weak"
Coma and BTaar Our Worlltsor Or
chestra, Just Installed,
ere The Omaha Bee
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