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rj,rir ll' 1 -I'll -1 1 J*s ^Stf&Li HIGHAVD The House that Quality Built. Best Supplies for Farmers, Boarding Houses, Hotels and Stockmen BEST QUALITY MODEBATE PRICES CABEFTJL PACKING PROMPT SHIPMENT It is not so much -what you pay for an article as it is what you ge for your money, that counts. Call at our MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT, 142-144 E. 3d St. Send Grocery 2-cexit stamp for Catalog. Michaud Bros. (Pronounced "MISH-oh" Bros.) ST. PAUL illiliiii Established 1872 Capital. $ 1,000,000 Surplus... 800,000 Deposits.. 10,000,000 In the Savin** of today fies the afflu ence of tomorrow. Sayings accounts draw interest at 8 per cent from April 1st. i NATION A iS OF MINKEiVtOLIS Capital $2,000,000 1,500,000 Surplus. Deposits, 12,500,000 Conducts a general banking business. Receives accounts sub ject to check. 3 Iaterest 3 Paid on Certificates ry^ of Deposit. UJ% Place your savings in a strong established SAVINGS BANK. Such is the SWEDISH AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK, organized under Minnesota state law.. 3 per cent INTEREST paid quarterly on de posits. DO NOT FORGET that deposits made on or before April 4 draw interest from April 1st. TRUSTEES. C. M. Amsden, C. S. Hulbert, C. J. Johnson, J. A. Latta. John Lind, E. 1^. Mattson, B. F. Nelson, Chas. S. Plllsbury, C. A. Smith, N. O. Werner, C. C. Wyman, A. Ueland. 52-54 Fourth Street S. Use the Long Distance Service of the Twin City Telephone Co. OVBR THE TOLL LINIS OF THE TRI-STATE TELEPHONE O -IT IS- The Cheapest and Best. MUNZER'S -^SPECIAL SALE- Raincoats, $6.50 Worth $15.00. 608 NICOLLET AVE. Henry Gjertsen y Harry A Lund ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 1015 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis. Best facilities lor collection of inheritance and handling of legal business in Europe. Twenty-one years' experience in the general practice of law in Minnesota. Special atten tion given to probate and real estate law. All the New that's Good and all the Good that's New in Ribbons and Laces at PICKERING'S, Seven-Fourteen Nicollet. EYES Examined Free Artificial Eye's BEST., Optician. 400 Nicollet. City News TOWN TALK EVENTS OF TONIGHT -Metropolitan Theater Nance O'Neil in ''Macbeth." Bijou Theater'' Fantasma.'' Orpheum Theater Modern vaudeville. Lyceum Theater "The Octo roon. Unique Theater "Vaudeville. Dewey TheaterMascotte Bur lesquers. $- 'Andrews Locomotive Steel Boiler will not crack or leak. Picture framing. Well done. At Beard Art Co.'s, at Dayton's. A. B. Crowell, Druggist, two stores, 10th and Hennepin ana Nicollet and 9th. Going to Europe? A. E. Johnson Co., 100 Wash, av S, for itineraries, etc. i Sloane-McCulloch agency has a large i list of bargains in ejegant homes and i vacant lots. See want page, i Hennepin County Medical society will hold its annual banquet Monday eve ning at 6:30 at the West hotel." Rev. Dr. Robert Forbes of Philadel phia will preach at Trinity Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow evening. Your lawn requires new seed. Buy of Northrup, King & Co., and sow at once. 30 Hennepin av. Booklet free. Wanted, well located business or flat properties showing good return for in vestment. Walter L. Badger, 300 Onei da block. Are you prepared for an emergency!. Sickness! Fire! Burglars! Have you a northwestern telephone in your home? Order today! Don't delay! "Civilization and Capitalism" will be the subject discussed by Thomas Lucas at Holcomb's hall, 45 Fourth street S, tomorrow at 3 p.m. If you want to buy fifteen acres of fine land Cheap at Minnewashta Sta tion with 362 apple trees, which be gan bearing last year, see D. M. Ham ilton, with Northrup, King & Co., 1st and Henn. Staples, Minn., will move to Minne apolis during G-- A E encampment week. The ladies of the W. E C. will raise a fund to hire a special train and bring the G. A. R. corps, post and band to Minneapolis. After owing Hennepin countv 15 cents for four years, 8. J. Brown of Waterbury, Conn., today forwarded the amount. The bill grew out of a mar riage license record copy sent east at Mr. Brown's order. Dr. and Mrs. Soren Rees, 1731 James avenue S, will entertain infor mally t'onight for members of the Theta i Delta Chi fraternity. A number of questions of interest to the fraternity will come up for discussion. A Lincoln lecture on modern religious art will be given by Miss Clopath April 3 at 8:15 p.m. in the First Congrega tional church. Eighth avenue and Fifth street. SE. This lecture will be illus trated by seventy stereopticon views. D. C. Englund, 4Q3 Central avenue, was yesterday sentenced to the work house for ten days, being convicted of selling liquor without a license. This is the man's seeond offense and he was given a workhouse sentence in consider ation of this fact. The Glee club of Ripon college will sing tomorrow morning and evening in the First Congregational church. In the evening there will be a special mu sical service. Th club is composed of twenty members and includes several soloists and a male quartet. Rev. T. B. Barratt, an Englishman, will preach a Norwegian sermon to morrow at the Norwegian Methodist Episcopal church, Thirteenth avenue and Ninth street. Mr. Barratt will hold revival meetings every evening the com ing week at this church. William Hill -who has just served a sentence in the workhouse for stealing the poor box from Holy Rosary church, was locked up again last night on an other larceny charge. He is accused of stealing gold foil and $30 in cash from Dr. G. A. Tupper, a dentist, two years ago. He was arrested by Detectives Helin and Hansen. Dr. C. Dight will talk at the state and city headquarters of the public ownership party, 723 Nicollet avenue, tomorrow at 3 p.m., on the position taken by Congressman Bede of Minne sota in his recent speeches regarding temperance work and the rights of the laboring class. The inherent wrongs of capitalism will be pointed out. Linden Hills Congregational church was filled to overflowing last night when Oliver W Stewart of Chicago spoke in the interests of prohibition. Former Mayor James Gray presided and introduced the speakers, among whom were Fred Mellen, candidate for the legislature C. W JDorsett, candi date for governor, and others. Noonday services on commission raw will be a daily feature, of the special meetings begun last Thursday by the Volunteers of America under the direc tion of Tom Mackey, the evangelist. Services are held every night at the hall, 246 Hennepin avenue, with special music. A service will be held Sunday evening at the Central Baptist churcli, and a later one at the Volunteers' hali. The next meeting of the Searchlight club will be held at the Y. M. C. A. building Monday evening, April 2. John W. Arctanuer will address the club on "The Gothenberg System," or "Gov ernmental Control of the Liquor Trade." Stiles Jones, general sec retary of the voter's league, will also be present as a guest of the club and will make some remarks on the subject of the evening. A discussion will fol low the remarks of the speakers. The United Ancient Order of the Druids, including all the groves of Min neapolis, w,ill celebrate the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the or der on Sunday, Ma 6} 1906. In all probability the Auditorium will be se cured for the' occasion, and some of the most prominent speakers within the order will participate in the program. Preceding the program at the Audito rium there will be a parade by members of uniformed rank, as well as other Druids. Black face'' entertainment in plenty was .enjoyed by a large audience in the general assembly hall of the Y. M. C. A. building last night. I waa a "home talent" affair and A. N. Wil cox acted as interlocutor to introduce Will Suerth, Robert Hodge, W. Tracy, Knute Peterson. E. Bredouw and Joseph Blair, who did the usual minstrel stunts'' to the satisfaction of their auditors. There was also an olio with some good acrobatic and gym nastic features. fc'Saturday Evening /"Sv^^ciff^^r$ -3 WILL SING A HOSPITAL Park Avenue Epworth League to Conduct Song Service. Park Avenue Epworth League will con duct a song service tomorrow afternoon at Asbury hospital. Last Sunday Thir teenth Avenue Epworthians had charge of this service. The regular monthly business meeting increase and social of the First Ctuircn league "Will he held this evening at the home of Miss Ethel Allen, 1112 Eighth street SE. The district nominating committee "will meet at the Y. M. C. A. building next Tuesday evening. Ohamherlain'BCougn aemedy a Favorite "We prefer Chamberlain'B Uougn Kemedy to any other for our children," says Mr. L. Woodbury of Twining, Mich. ''It has also us in hard colds and KER5T REPORTS ON ACCOUNTS OF CITY IRREGULAR DETAILS OF BOOK- KEEPI NG ARE POINTED OUT. State Official rin ds that Council ana Executive Officers of Municipality Follow Many Methods Which Are Contrary to Charter-No Evidences of Fraud Are Discovered. Numerous faults in the city's method of doing business and many irregular practices are indicated in the report on the first examination of the city's ac counts by Public Examiner M. Kerst, submitted yesterday to the mayor. The new system of accounting is commended accounts have been verified as correct but njany methods- and practices are criticized as being contrary to the city charter and other provisions. A sum mary of the report follows: City Treasurer. W 6 T?e foUowSir w^e^tioi arePtmadeh:e ciX^nfro^^ 1 a decrease It is apparent motor-hour theory has a remote relation to the figures actually reported for license taxation." Attention is called to the fact that the company divides the cars on the in ternrban service equally bet-ween the two cities. As the company collects separate fares in each city, Minneapolis is entitled to recover double the license receipts realized from the interurban cars in recent years. Altho the fran Mich "It has also done the work for croup, and we ehise provides that the tax shall be paid Seat sale opens next Monday at Metr6polita take pleasure in. recomnciendfiie it." on. the first Monday io. January no pay- Mode store. Price...*x, *x.oo, *a, sa.so, Defective Page THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL as meriting approbation and all the the open market shoxild be withdrawn. +D \*Z^~ \JLor. ^^m^a i.nTr.,-.t Claims against the board of education are not sworn-to and this should be re quired. Some claims against th par-k board last year were not audited and sworn to. Attention is called to the fact that thoemreceipts of the municipal courfta have decreased while the number of arrests have increased, the fines hav ment had been ijaa.^ up .to Feb. 28,. 1906, for that yeaT. Liquor License Refunds. The eity illegally paid out for this purpose in 1905 the sum of $77,268, but this practice has been stopped by the district court. City Council. Committees having supervision over various departments should exercise the closest vigilance over bills, for supplies and materials, particularly in view of the wide latitude given to the heads of departments in purchasing on the open market. Contrary to the provisions of the city charter aldermen have sold large quan tities of materials and supplies to the city. Accounts Well Kept. Special reference is made to the city clerk, police department, fire depart ment, license inspector, health department, gas inspector, water department, clerk of the municipal court, city engineer, board of education, library board, park board, armory board, city hospital, poor department, and workhouse, all of which nave well kept accounts in satisfactory detail and verified \fy the controller's books. The authority giver! the chief of the fine department to purchase supplies in in ^i^^^^L^J^ir^ City treasurer's bond to school board l contains objectionable clause tending l^A^iJ^ antWiK to relieve the Metropolitan Surety com pany from liability in case of bank failure. The city treasurer should be required to give a larger bond, at least $400,000. No advances on salaries should be allowed. Beceipts on pay rolls should be required. Council should not require city treasurer to advance funds for purchase of supplies. The city treasurer should give a bond as treasurer of the sinking fund. Park. certificates already paid should not be listed as cash. City bonds should not be purchased in anticipation of wants of sinking fund. City Controller. The new system of accounting is briefly reviewed and approved as the proper system and a decided improve ment over the former indefinite and complicated and practicallv meaning less system of former years. the present uniform and interlocking sys tem the annual balance sheets now have a real value. The controller should exercise original .iurisdiction over all interest payments and his miscellaneous receipts journal should contain all cash receipts. The statement of bonded indebted ness should show certificates of in debtedness issued by the courthouse and city hall commission and bonds of School District No 132 absorbed by Minneapolis. The bonded indebtedness is thus $10,182,185.37 instead of $9,884,- 000. The city is within its legal limit, however. Nineteen vouchers are criticized as not being properly itemized or are irreg ular in other ways, but the showing is most satisfactory in view of the aaiount of business transacted. The council should require the con troller to notify heads of departments when an appropriation is exhausted in order to prevent deficits. The council should not order improve ments in anticipation of payment of assessments, but should comply with the charter and wait until the funds were actually in the hands of the city treasurer. Deficits are reported as follows: Cur rent expense fund for years 1904 and 1905, $36,325.18 of which more than $24,000 is in lighting fund ward, street and sidewalk funds, $14,126.04 revolv ing fund, 1905, $11,725.65, for 1906 (es- timated) $45,725.65. Reference is made to the old deficit of $568,077.36 due to various irregular proceedings during the last twenty years. Double Salaries. The superintendent of the poor draws a salary of $1,200 as secretary of the board of charities and corrections, and $600 as superintendent. earns the joint salary, but it is not legal. The deputy assessor draws $1,800 as deputy, $150 as clerk to the board of equalization, and $95 per month on a sprinkling contract in the fourth ward. The sealer of weights and measures draws $1,800 as sealer and $150 as I clerk of the board of equalization. The license inspector draws from $20 to $25 per month for overtime. Thirteen street commissioners draw $900 per year as commissioners and from $8 to $60 per month for supervis ing street sprinkling. All these payments are in direct vio lation of the charter. Rebates on Special Assessments. This subject is rather exhaustively treated. Claims aggregating $61,000 have already been made and these pay ments constitute a great injustice to the taxpayers as they are collected by gen eral taxation. Unpaid claims aggregate $178,118.02 for which $6,500 has been provided, not counting $50,000 recently transferred to the revolving fund from the sinking fund. Further payments by the city council should be resisted. Attention is called to the fact that 90 per cent of the claims are filed ty C. A. Nimocks, the applications containing an assignment of the claim or power of attorney. Mr. Kerst raises the point whether there is any excess for sewers levied anywhere in spite of the Pills bury decision. The engineer is justified, in arriving at the cost of sewers, to take into consideration the cost, of the sewerage system of the city, which cost a trifle over $5,000,000 for 1,000,000 feet of sewer, or an average of $5 per foot. Streetcar License Receipts. Considerable attention is given to the matter of receipts from streetcar licenses of $25 per annum for the "av- erage number of cars operated." The company paid a license on 181 cars in 1902. The next year the number was reduced to 164, then to 151, and last year to 145. "In view of the increased mileage and shortened time schedules, the new lines opened and new rolling stock, vastly increased traffic earnings, the returns of the company showing an nually decreased number of cars, appear to require investigation." I is ex plained that the controller's difficulty in arriving at the average number of cars operated could be obviated by re quiring the company to file an annual statement of the actual cars in daily use. Inasmuch as the company has used the motor hour basis in arriving at the number of cars in operation, it is interesting to find that the motor hour statistics show an annual insteadthatofth MOl'to"e $22, 0 i 55 00 fr lle 0 8 %T. arl I,t "}& *ey should be. ntend ent thato the authorities^ above him, who do not permit him to keep the in mates at remunerative employment. CADETS APPEAR IN NEW UNIFORMS YOUNG SOLDIERS PRAISED ADULTSENV .OF YOUTH. First "Khakis Issued and Proud Boys "Show Off" on the StreetsLeg gings Soon Will Be Here and Com plete Suits Will Be IssuedImpor tant Orders Tomorrow. CHESTER S. WILSON, Major and Adjutant of the Second Regiment. Photo by Miller. DRILL TONIGHT Second RegimentCompany D, I. O. O. F. hall, Fourth street and Cen tral avenue, 7:30 p.m. Captain Jones, $ i $ Envied by every boy and. compli mented every adult who saw them, forty young soldiers of the Journal Ca det regiments appeared in their stutf ning new uniforms today. They stood for their pictures in front of the Jour nal building, and evidence of the popu larity in which they are held was pre sented in generous quantities. With both regiments' completely uni formed, their band, and possibly artil lery and hospitals corps with them, the lads will present a handsome picture when they march in the various par ades and every boy will have cause to be proud of his enrollment among such a fine example of strenuous American youth. The leggings will arrive soon and complete uniforms will be issued. Colonel W. H. Sprague has issued several important orders, which will ap pear in the Sunday Journal tomorrow. There will be other news of interest to cadets and their friends and pictures of the boys arrayed in their uniforms. "Notice to Life Insurance Salesmen. The best annual dividend company in the United States will make a few new agency contracts. Call from 9:00 to 10:00 aim., 704 Guaranty Bldg." Git-La Grippe cures the worst cold in a day. I contains the proper remedies to kill the grippe germ. No quinine. 25c STORES FOR RENT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH GADSKI WEDNESDAY EVE'G, APRIL 4 IN S0N8 RECITAL. POLES ABE DOOMED ON PAVED STREETS COUNCIL TAKES OVERHEAD-WIRE BULL BY HORNS. Dilatory Tactics of Electric Companies Stir Aldermen to Action and Now Something Must Be DoneFigures Will Be Obtained on Cost of Electric Light and Power. After dallying with the overhead wire problem for years, the council last evening put its foot down hard and passed a resolution directing the removal of all poles and electric wires in streets on which new paving has been ordered for this year. If the va rious companies desire to occupy these streets they must provide under ground conduits before the paving is laid. The resolution was presented by Alderman Charles B. Holmes, and was inspired by the developments at a meeting of the special committee on underground wires neld yesterday after noon. Bepresentatives of the electric companies were present, among them Manager A W Leonard of the General Electric company. Upon being asked what the company proposed to do in the matter of removing the pole lines, Mr. Leonard stated that the company could not do more than look after the downtown district this year, as it had planned to expend only about $100,000. Council Ha Say. Mr. Holmes reminded him that the council had the power to compel the removal of pole lines within reasonable limits, and if the company would not comply with the order the city engi neer could be instructed to chop down the poles. Th people, he stated, had long ago become weary of the dilatory tactics employed, and demanded re sults. He stated that it was no concern of the council how much the work would cost the main question -was the protection of life and property. I certainly was not unreasonable to re quire the companies to remove their poles on paved streets. No action was taken on the proposed underground wire ordinance, an ad journment being taken for two weeks. At the instance of Alderman Piatt B. Walker the sum of $500 was appro priated to defray the expense of secur ing an expert report on the local situ ation wit hregard to electric light ami powers as compared with other cities. This report will form the basis for an ordinance granting a franchise to the Minneapolis General Electric company, which will follow the general provis ions of the franchise grajjted a year ago to the Minnesota. Powe and Trolley company. A special committee consist ing of Aldermen A. E. Merrill, Piatt B. Walker and Wendell Hertig will have general charge of the investigation. A committee of the Minneapolis Retail Dealers' association -will also assist in the work. Alderman Perry Starkweather's or dinance enlarging the authority of the police in making raids on gambling houses and places in which gambling is supposed to be carried on, was referred to the committee on ordinances. Some Minor Matters. The council appropriated $750 as a premium for the $200,000 surety bond for the city treasurer and $300 for en forcing the new express ordinance re quiring expressmen to report to the police the destination and the name of the owner of all personal property re moved by them. Contracts for 1,000,- 000 sewer brick and 250,000 cement brick were awarded, the former at $9.25 per thousand and the latter at $8.50. The city clerk was instructed to ad vertise for bids for publishing the an nual report of city officers for 1905. Bids- were received for tools for the waterworks department, rubber boots, lumber, and gasolene for street light ing. The Standard Oil company offers to supply 6,000 gallons of gasolene at 10% cents per gallon. It was decided to cut up the $50,000 put into the revolving fund from the sinking fund as follows: Paving, $27,- 000 sewers, $15,000 curb and gutter, $8,000. Leading dealers handle Foot-Schulze Glove rubbers. 60 years in the lead. TOOT! TOOT! Look out if you don't want to run into a big line of Automobile "Bargains'' on the Classified or "Want Pages" of The Journal. fp You/will strike them and no doubt be quickly induced to S invest if you keep on read- ^-y\ in the Automobile column \j appearing in each issue. FINE URGE CORNER STORE, Hennepin Av. and 8th St. Very light and attractive store on Seventh street near Orpheum Theatre. Will make long leases at reasonable rent to satisfactory parties. Walter Badger, March 31, 1906. 300-304 Oneida Bldg. AMUSEWENTS DEWEY THEATRE WITHTHE ilita TONIGHT EXTEA. MASCOTT'S CO. MATTSON and thtOREEK DEMON To a Finish Hatch. Two Falls Ont of Three. No Time Limit. SPECIAL-ROBINSON vs. CABDO. &????..... Colonial Belles. AAAMWWNAWWSAfWWt Prices 50c to $2. 4 4 SOUVENIR MATINEE Wednesday For this week each lady purchasing a reserved 35c or 50c scat will be siren a beautiful souve- nir China Plate. LYCEUM IUiMmiS*MM p?iJ#^&Mi^K^^^^^M^$^k^4k^i*^l^3S^S Your Credit /s Qood at the New*England FIRSTIT MAKES HIM IN A SENSE OUR SIDE PARTNER, and brings us quite a bit of business. SECONDIT RETAINS IN THE STATE money which In many cases now goes outsideand usually because the Country Dealer Isn't equipped to take care of the requirements of the up-to-date Housekeeper who wants Harmonious, Artistic, Up-to-date Fur nishing. THIRDTHIS PLAN ENCOURAGES our Local Manufacturing Indus-tries. because the larger the amount of money kept at home, the greater the practical encouragement to Home Manufacturing. The One-Price Complete HouBefurnishers. (METZ) THE METROPOLITAN^ 4 NIGHTS Another Straight T!k with the Rural Housekeepers of the Northwest. THIS IS TO NOTIFY YOU that w have sent to Every Retail Furniture Dealer In the Northwest Cards of In troduction for him to use, if he chooses, in cases where he is unable tO SUDDly from his stocK or procure conveniently, the g THURSDAY EVENING DAVID GARRICK I THE MAN WHO WAS By T. W. Robertson. I Rudyard Kipling. MR. WILLARD IN EACH PLAT. FRIDAY EVENING AND SATURDAY MATINEE. "T HE PROFESSOR'S LOVE STORY" By J. M. Bsurrie. SATURDAY EVENING "THE MIDDLEMAN" APRIL 8, 9, 10, 11. WEDNESDAY MATINEE. B. C. Whitney's Piquant Musical Mixture THE ISLE OF SPICE Seat Sale Begins Thursday, April 5. Prices 25c to $1.60. April 12. 13,14 E. H. SOTHERN-JULIA MAJRLOWE The Greatest Comedy Success in Years, THEATRE MODERN VAUDEVILLE Evenings. 15c, 25c, 50c. Prices Never Change, AUDITORIUM WONDERFUL JIM KEY his customer od wants. WE HAVE TOLD HI that we will honor all such Cards of Introduction, whether coming to us In person, or by mallthat it is Immaterial to us whether we charge the goods selected to the Customer or to the Dealer di rect, and that we will divide our profit with the Dealei^-A pretty fair prop osition thatDon't you think? "WHAT IS OUR OBJECT in making this proposition to the dealer?" This: FOURTHBECAUSE W E BELIEVE IN TRUSTS, or, to be more particular, we believe in That Kind of a Trust which prompts the Big Dealer to help the Little Dealer until the Little Deal er is able to get on his feet and walk alone. FIFTHBECAUSE W E AR E FIRM BELIEVERS In the Doctrine that, in helping the other fellow, we In the long run, are best helping ourselves, and that the "Get-Together" Policy It a winner wherever applied in good faith. SO, IF" YOU WANT O PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL DEALER, whether he has or hasn't got the goods In stock, ask him for a card of introduction to "The New England." Fw:rnitiii?e &Cai*pjet 5th St., 6th St. y 1st A v. So. AMUSEMENTS AMTJSEMENTS. and Wednesd ay Matinee, STARTING SUNDAY, Sidney R. Ellis presents the great German Dialect Comedian, Golden-Voiced Singer, AL. In GERMAN QIPSY SCOTT, Manager. APRIL 1 the new laugh-provoking comedy A Sunburst of Mirth and Music All new songs of matchless melody: "Under the Harvest Moon," "Gretch- en," "No Love Like Thine," "The Love Trust," "The Girl for Me," "My German Rose," "Katie Krause." Mr. Wilson will also sing by special, re- quest, everybody's favorite. "The Winding of the Yarn." Introducing also in character selections THE ZINGARA GIPSY TRIO. NIGHTS, 25c to $100 WEDNESDAY MATINEE, 25c and 50c- APRIL 5-6-7 MATINEE :MR. E. S.= SATURDAY By Henry Arthur Jones. Seat Sale Monday, 9 a. JULIUS CAHN'S Admirable Company -with W H. TURNER as "DAVID" Identical darrick Theatre, N. Y. City, Production. WEEK OF APRIL 8 Queen of the HiguMMen Both Phones, S997. THIS WEEK 25c Matinees: Tues.. Thurs., Sat. Bouccicault's Famous Story of Louisiana is Success Ralph Stuart & Co. 'The Octoroon' 50 People Employed, Next-WeekIntroducing- '"Plan WHA' MISS EVELYN VAUGHN... **B WMW 1 9 9 "Do unto the other feller as he'd like to do unto youbut do it fust." David Haram, Act t. HERRMANN THE GREAT 8THE AiLISONS-8 HAPPY JACK GARDNER K-A.THEKTNTE DAHL ARMSTRONG 9c HOLLY CARSON & WILLABD DIERICKX BROS. KENODROME. Matinee Today Tues., Wed., Thurs. and Sat. Three Matinees Daily1:30. 2:45, 4 o'clock. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBi Eveina*s at 8:15. World'sCelebrated Arabian-AmericanEducatedHorse Benefit Minneapolis Humane Society. Admission 25 cents. Xesemd Seatm.^ ^Tippigl-Monday evening, April 2,A'o complimentary per Opuulul formance to -teachers, city officials and press. FAMILY THEATEB. Continuous VandevUIe Afternoon and ETC Prices lOc. 20c, SOcT matinees 10c and JOc. "c'^S"--SxiiA,f'