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Sol Broadway 235-237-3J9 So. Hill St 234-2*4 Wantcrs of automobile hats and bonnets will find this store lav t ishly stocked with the cleverest creations evolved this season. . (Second Floor) Men's Furnishings Three Lots Marked for Speedy Clearance Seven hundred pairs of men's plain and fancy lisle half hose of the 25c grade at TWO pairs for a quarter. Many decidedly attractive designs in 50c and 75c silk four-in-hand ties at 25c each. All-linen handkerchiefs, not only pure linen but exceptional quality, counting 2000 threads to the inch, now 25c each. (Just Inside Main Entrarfce) Toilet Goods 1 Jewelry Three standard 25c brands of !; Limited number of $1.50 and Talcum Powder at 15c or two $1.75 jeweled brooches for $1 cans for a quarter. j; each. Nail files of flexible steel, ]! 15 C !; $3 and $4 jeweled brooches Manicure sets-cuticle knife, mounted in sterling silver with file and buffer in bone— for gold Plate or French enamel to 50c. be closed out at $2 each. Braid Pins Necessary Now The present hair-dressing mode demands braid pins. Plain braid pins of imitation shell and amber 25c to 75c each. Braid pin sets consisting of four pins and a barette for $1.35 and $1.50. Mounted braid pins—l 4 karat gold mountings with Rhine stones—ss. Some with less elaborate mountings for as little I as $1.75. (Just Inside Main Entrance) |nM| . ||| _ . ti fi v „„ „,1,,,, mi..,, , , i|, |M . „,„,„, Special Rates East Rs; d . Destination Dates of Sal* Chicago $73.50 May 11, 12, 13. 14. St, 2«. !T. St. Louis «7.30 June 1. 3. 4, 24. 58, 26. 30. M. Paul ":f..M> July 1. 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 25, it, !7. Omaha (10.00 August 1, 2, I. 4. Kansaa City 00.00 Sept. 1, 2, 3, 11, It, 13. 14 Itonton 110.M Also April (t, 7 ami I to Chi- New York 108. cairn, St. Louis. Boston and Washington 107.110 Now York. Slightly higher one way via Seattle; final return limit three months, but not beyond October 31. Liberal stopover and diverse K arrangements. Still Lower Rates Cincinnati May I and 3. Detroit July 4, 5 and 6. lioslon June 24. 25 and 2«. Saratoga June 30. July 1. 2 and 3. Atlantic City Sept. 11. 13. 13 and 14. Milwaukee July 25, 26 and 27. Special rates will be, in effect to these cities on dates named. "• If you will keep In touch with us we shall be glad to advise you details as soon as received. You tan use the Burlington as part of any desirable way you plan. The map shows the attractive combination of scenery and great cities available with Burlington tickets. lire Burlington trains daily Denver East. lour Burlington trains dally Seattle Bask No tour of the cast is complete that does not include the Burlington. HW. W. ELLIOTT, D. P. A. ■MJlLjl 626 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. W. P. BRIDGE IS UNSAFE SALT LAKE CITT, March 29.- Tim- Western Pacific line across the south tnil di <;jv,it Salt lake is unsafe for ■traffic becausi of today'i Btorm, but the officers themselves have been un ?ihlc to Icairn the, evtcnt of tlip damage. Exchange Your Old Stomach For A New Stuart's Dyspep sia Tablets will make the change in a week. For a fact. Relieves all distress and stomach gases. The free trial package will convince you. Send for it to day. 50c a pack age—-all drug stores. F. A. Stuart Co., 150StuartBldg., Marshall, Mich. CRAZED MAN SHOOTS WIFE; KILLS HIMSELF ; Ranchman's Daughter and Girl Com panion Wrest Revolver from Him While Fighting for Their Lives MARSHFIELD, Ore., March .'o.—Wil son Peterson, aged 74, a ranch man, today shot his wlfo twice, seriously wounding her, anil attempted to kill his daughter, aged 20, and Ben li Hope, aged IS, who was visiting his family, I when the girls attempted to disarm | him. Peterson then committed suicide. ii. is thought to have suddenly be ! come insane. Mrs. Peterson nan building a fire In the kitchen stove when Peterson en tered and opened fire. One bullet struck her in the neck and another graced her head, i At the sound of the first shot the two I girls rushed from their bedroom and pounced on Peterson. After si desperate struggle, in which | Peterson struck his daughter over the. head with the gun and choked the Hope girl, thpy wrested the revolver from him. They took the wounded mother to a neighbor's house and summoned help. Neighbors went to the Peterson I ranch and found Peterson dead In a hay mow. Sirs. Peterson probably will recover. *_ RAILWAY DELEGATES CHOSEN j WASHINGTON, March 29.—Ameri can delegates to the eighth Interns tional Railway congress, to be held In Berne, Switzerland, next July, have been appointed. Among them are Franklin K. Lane of California and Edgar F. Clarke of lowa, both mem bers of the Interstate commerce com mission, anil Fairfax Harrison, presi dent of the Southern Railway com pany. LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1910. MEXICAN SLAVERY MAKES U.S. TOOL PENNSYLVANIA SOLON MOVES FOR INVESTIGATION SAYS ARIZONA PRISONERS VIC TIMS OF SERFDOM I Believes That This Country Is Be.. guiled Into Lending Aid In Pun. . ishing Refuges from Diaz' Land I [Associated Press) | WASHINGTON, March 2!).—Moved to action, as he admits, by published i char of the existence of slavery In Mexico and the belief that the United States government may tie allowing lt si'lf to be used by tho Mexican gov ernment for the punishment of po litical offenders, Representative Nich i ols, Democrat, of Pennsylvania, In j troduced in tho house a. resolution re questing the attorney general to fur -1 nisi-, full Information.relative to three ! prominent Mexicans now In 4h<» fed j eral prison in Arizona under sentence for violation of the neutrality laws. The resolution was referred to the ju diciary committee. The resolution asked for full Infor- I mation in connection with the arrest. < Indictment, conviction and imprison ment of Antonio Vlllareal, R. P. Ma gon and Llberado Rivera, and also to whether these men "ill be granted their freedom when their terms expire. "I have understood," said Mr. Nich ! ols, "that it is the purpose of those I who prosecuted these men that they ! are to bo harassed further at the be heel of the Mexican government when their terms expire. ■I am convinced that a practical condition of serfdom exists in Mexico, and whenever men of that country have protested in Mexico against ex t isting conditions they have been hounded, harassed and imprisoned. In eases where fugitives have fled Into the United States, I believe, this govern ment has been beguiled Into leading ts aid for their punishment. I pro pose to find out about it." j HOUSE WILL INVESTIGATE SHIPPING LOBBY CHARGES WASHINGTON, March 29.— Chi ! Of corrupt practices of members of J the house for advancement of foreign or other shipping Inti rests In coimec ' tion with ship subsidy legislation will be Investigated by a special committee Ol the housi . The house passed a resolution today also to investigate J the shipping lobby. The charges were made by the organ Of th. Merchant Marine league of Cleveland, Ohio, against Btnenerton of I .Minnesota and others, Mr. Kuster | man of Wisconsin, as one of the ' .ir \ cuped.'' hoped to see the fullest in vestigation. His speech declaring his innocence was applauded. DEATH OF ENGINE DRIVER DUE TO HOLE IN ASPHALT New York Coroner Fixes Responsibil. ity—Many Children Saved by Heroic Action of Assistant NEW YORK, March W.—An Insig nificant hole in the asphalt on First avenue.was declared by the New York coroner today to have been responsible for the death of Joseph White, driver of a fire engine, who was Jolted from at as he was piloting his engine to a fire yesterday. The department's report of the ;ir clde t Mates the lives of many chil dren vho wore playing in the street' at tho time were saved by the pres ence of mind of White's assistant. who swung himself over the hot boiler and up into the empty seat, checking the runaway horses. The sudden jolt as the engine's Wheell struck the rut in the asphalt, broke the nickeled strap in the safety belt which held White in his seat, and he pitched under the wheels to instant death. JOHN PETERSON, PIONEER IN NORTHWEST, IS DEAD First Visited Puget Sounid in 1854 and Helped Make Geological Survey. Leaves Ten Children TACOMA, March 29.—John Peterson, aged Tii. a pioneer of Western Wash ington, died today in this city. He tirst came to Puget Bound In 1864 from Han Francisco, and was with ;i government party engaged in making a geological survey m Puget Sound. Afterward he was • ngaged in steamboatlng on the Rivi i 1 Platte in South America for 1 jars, ■ ars, lii 1 57] he we.it to Forl si< llai oom and located a homestead, where he had since lived. He is sur vived by five sons and live daughters. DR. DURKE PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO DYNAMITING Demurrer to Indictment Overruled. Must Face Trial for Alleged Blow. ing Up of Tent House saxta ROSA, Cal., March D After Judge Beawell late this aftem • had overruled the demurrer to the In dictment charging Dr. Wlllard i l. Kink, with dynamiting- the tent house in which Ktta Furth and her Infant i hild were sleeping at the Burko sani tarium, the accused entered a plea of not guilty. The demurrer to the sec ond indictment charging Dr. Burke with illegal .surgical practice was ar gued and taken under advisement. MRS, HARRIMAN DONATES LARGE SUM TO CHURCH Donation to Hempstead, N. V., Church Is Memorial to Late Husband, Who Was Born in Rectory HEMPSTEAD, X. V., March 29. Mrs. E. M. Harrlman is credited with the largest contributor to a. 0 tiinri which has just been pre sented i" st. George's Episcopal church here for building a brick gymnasium, in conneotlon with the pariah home. Mi I lan in.an's Rift whs In memory of her husband, who was the son <>r the Rev, Orlando Harriman, and was born in the rectory tiers. GOVERNMENT WILL ISSUE IMPERIAL VALLEY PATENTS TMrKRIAI,. March 20.—Special Agent NaMrrwhlle of tin- general land office has prepared a llil^of thirty-three land ctnlius which will be, cleared for patent* April 10. These are the Hint patrnts to be Issued* lit" Imperial valley for dx*r seven' years and are thought' to be fore runners of over two thousand patents which will hr cleared up this spring. Residents In the valley are greatly elacted over the government's move, as lack of patents has greatly ret-nrelcd ac tivity in this section. Tinl patent* to be Issued etnhrnce nn area of over a quar ter million an™ of land under full cul tivation, and when they are cleared up unparalleled development Is looked for. CHANGES IN INDIAN SERVICE ANNOUNCED Supervisors Also to Be Chosen and Changes Made in Educational Methods on Reser. vations SrOKAXK. Wash.. March i;i».—Ad vices from Washington suggest many changes In the plan for administering the affairs on the Indian reservation. The Indian commissioner has asso ciated nine experienced field men In his cabinet, organize 1 for the better- ' ment of the Indian service. \. B. Peart, now supervisor of Indian schools, will have charge Of all Indian : . Is; W, EC, Johnsoon will direct the work of suppressing the liquor traffic on the Indian reservation!": Dr. Jo seph H. Mur] My will have chnvEe of all hospitals and sanitariums on the reser vation; w. i:. Logan, formerly super intendent of the For! Belknap reser vation In Montana. Will have charge of all Indian reservations, farming operations and allotment!". ' There will also be supervi-oi s se lected for the departments of Irrlga- \ ti ii. Indian forest reserves, Indian | employment, purchases of supplies for the various reservations and building:, and construction. The educational work has been di vided Into four di.'trlcts, the fourth district consisting of Oregon, Wash ington, Idaho and Montana, which will be undi r the personal supervision of o. H. Llpps. who is now in temporary charge of the live civilized tribes at Muskpgee, Okla. The general outline of plant for the reorganized administration suggests a purpose of the depart ment tg with ; draw Its support from the large non reservations schools and give it to the small day and reservation boarding schools. GREAT TRAFFIC JAM COMING, SAYS HILL Tonnage Offered Constantly Increas ing and Railways Unable to Get Money to Add to Equipment CHICAGO, March 39. .lames J. Hill believes the railroads will experience next fall and winter the greatest traffic congestion in their history, and he no way to prevent it. He parsed through Chicago yesterday on his way from St. Paul to Xew York. "The tonnage beinp offered railroads is constantly on the increase," he said, 'and there is little doubt that the rail roads will I"' railed upon this year to furnish more transportation units than they have ever been asked to furnish. From all indications, it seems certain that by next fall or early winter the railroads will be totally unable to fur nish anything ilke the amount of trans portation facilities which will be de manded by the country. I do not think the railroads iirfi to blame for this situation, for it Is next to impossible for them to raise money -ary to provide the additional fa cllitles, The railroads of the country really ought to have about $l,St)(l,00O,00O annually to spend for the next few yi n> in order to catch up with the growing demands upon them, but it is a well known fact that they cannot get this money under present conditions. "Until railroad credit shall have been restored and until the American public shall have regained its confidence In railroad securities tiie public will have to continue to suffer for lack of railroad facilities." RATE SKIRMISH ENDS; TO BATTLE IN EAST <rnntlnurd from race One) rift'- statistician, because ids figures were tabulated from actual observa of tho operation nf various train*, while those of Statistician J. EC But ler of the Bouthexn Pacific were com piled, aa hi stated, from •■magazines anil government imports." Mr. Peabody'i testimony, however, w;, s in corroboratlon ol much of the previous evidei submitted by the railroads, and dtd not add materially to the weight of new evldenci . W. c. Kerckhoff, owner of an ire j.iiuit ai Aausa, and .Mi. Chambers of tlip Santa V> were other witnesses who took the stand during <>•■■ afternoon, but their testimony was in repetition of facts already shown. At the conclusion of Mr. Chambers' re-examination the hearing wan post poned until May n. AMUSEMENTS .._,-.. r .... POLO AT PASADENA INITIAL MEET OF PASADENA POLO CLUB Saturday Afternoon, April 2 Tournament Park, 3 P. M. TWO OF THE BEST TEAMS ON COAST , CORONADO VS. HERMOSILLO Central admission 35c. Admission with grand stand BOe. Boxes with scats for six, »5. Every admisßion Include! seats. Special arrangement* for automobll«s at 50a for each occupant and 50c for the oar itself, with place for the car from which the game can be watched. _________^_______________________ LEVY'S Third and Main. Tables Reserved. ~~~~~^~ TODAY—3, 8:30 AND TODAY ■ : ■ ■ ■ ■ NliAlH>l4'fANA SWAI'IIOVK QUARTKT; TOM BOWI.KB, • r "~ ~ ——— C(jstep tonga In costumo; M1.1.i:. lI.ON BKBOKBCi the Hun- QjlfC garlan nightingale! ROGERS, BTSWABX and ELWOOU, _. , . "Thret X ngi of Harmony"; SISTERS RAPI'O, Russian and C>n3.ntant Consack danceij KA.M.MKRMEYER'S ORCHESTRA. ■\fternoon Tea » to 5:30. After dinner, 8:30 In 10. After theater, 10:30 to 13:30. BASEBALL TODAY— Marcll 2!»™prif**i-«,so. Los Angeles vs. Vernon jwv £?»m*a£u*-i«m. All (iamm at i:iO. SujiUuy Morning at Vt-ruou, 10:;;0. SENATORS OPPOSING CONSERVATION PLANS Chamberlain's Speech in Support of ' Taft's Land Withdrawal BlllJv" Reveals Clark and Hughes Against It WASHINGTON, March M.- The speech In tha ncniitn unlay by Senator Chamberluln of Oregon in support of the land withdrawal bill, tho rtrst ot tho president's conservation meas ures, served to elicit from other senators re marks to Justify tho prediction that the con servation hills will bo vigorously resisted. The debate aroused by Mr. Chamberlain showed that Senators Bmoot, Dlxon and Cham berlain wars tmpporttng the bill, and Senators Clark and Hughes opposed it. Mr. Chamberlain gave Roosevelt's course hearty Indorsement, desplto Ills withdrawing lands regardless of congress, saying. that he thought the president hud prevented the tak ing ot much valuable land contrary to law. CAIRO MAYOR AND POLICE ARE BLAMED FOR RIOTING Grand Jury Declares Failure of Offi cials to Perform Duty Is Re sponsible for Tragedy CAIRO, ill.. March 29.—Blame for the attack On the Alexander county jail [February IT, during Which one man was killed and several injured In an unsuccessful attempt to lynch two ne groes, was partially laid al the door of '.Mayor Parsons and the police depart ment In the anal report or the special grand jury yesterday afternoon. Twelve indictments on charges ol ri oting were returned last week. The i jury holds that the attack on the jail could have been avoided had the city authorities attended to their sworn du ties or made .my reasonable effort to go to the aid of thO'SherUTs posse. The latter Is also criticised for not asking for aid sooner. The Ideal militia is criticised ior not reporting for duly. FORMER EMPLOYE SEEKS TO CLOSE PALACE CAFE Asks Permission to File Proofs with Police Commission That Re» sort Is Immoral Charging that the Palace restaurant i.s an Immoral place, a. w. Nlendorf, who has been employed as special policeman at 'he restaurant, asked per mission of the police commission last night to appear before that body and his statements. The charges were made in writing, and the I om mission referred the matter to Chief Oalloway to determine If It was worth the while i.r the commission to make an Investigation. Niendorf declares he wishes tn pre sent his proofs to the commission In Justification of himself. He appeared before the commission two weeks ago and secured his commission as special policeman, stating that it was the de sire of Afiolph .lahnke, proprietor of the Palace, to conduct a decent place, iind he wanted a special officer for that purpose. Niendorf declares lie ordered disreputable characters out of the place, and it caused so much trouble that he resigned. PROSECUTION CLOSES IN TRIAL OF M. J. CONBOY Seven Witnesses Testify Former Po lice Captain Had Been Drinking Before He Shot Lagan SAN KlIAN'i ISi'l'., March J:".— The prosecution in th^ trial of Michael J Conboy, former police captain, charged with the murder Of Bernard Lagan, i loscd its case today. The defense will begin the Introduc tion of evidence tomorrow morning. Miss Margaret Lagan, a sister of (lie slain youth, testified today that the two knife cms appearing In the undershirt worn by Lagan on the night of the shooting were not visible when she examined the garment at the emergency hospital while her brother was being treated by the sur geons. \ Daniel Lagan, a brother, donned the 3hlrt before the Jury to show thi po sition Of the knife slits. Seven witnesses testified that <'on Imy evidently had been drinking heav ily on the night thai Lagan was shot. PATROLMAN McCART DROPPED Patrolman Grant McCari was dropped from the roll of the police de partment by tin- police commission last night. The principal charge against Mci !art \\as that he had been Intoxi cated while "ii duty. A number of wlt d testified that they had nn liquor on his breath, and MeCarl to prove thai they had smelled a lini ment be used fora lame wrist. Charges against Patrolman ED. W. Dorsey for cl of duty were tried by the com mission last nlghi i nd ii" 1 caw taken under advisement WILL PRESENT PURIM PLAY \ Purlm play, entitled "Esther the Beautiful," based on the Blblk-a.l »tory of the hook of Bather, will be presented t.miKiit In Cumnpch hall, South Flgue roa Btreet, by the chlldred of the He- Rellgloua school of tho glnal c*n tion. The young performers have trained i>v .Miss Caroline Abranis. Pretty costumea ;mri lively songs, and dancea will enliven the playlet. The performancte Is pivrn In aid of the Bchool library Hind, AMUSEMENTS BP*T ARCCk TWFAT'E'I? Belanro-Wackwood, Co., Propr.. and Ma-™ CbftßVU tflttftlM M-*TINE»:» TOMORROW, Saturday, Sundaj - 1 M , YOU NEVER SAW SUCH A SUCCESS AS THIS SUCCESS Here's another sweeping Belasco theater hit. It seems as if every theatergoer In Ln. Angeles Is clamoring for a chance to ■•• LEWIS S. STOND ami the Belaaco theater stock company In George Broadhurst's newest and best play. Last night enough peo> pin to fill another thrater were turned away from the Belasco box office, unable to get ■cats to eeo this great play of romance and adventure, v . - JUST READ WHAT THE PAPERS SAY ABOUT THIS 1 GREAT SUCCESS. I fa^r^*3-rm. ' It la an unqualified success.—OthemaD m j-Jr »f, ~\ Stevens In th. Examiner. *Tf Plty ■'■ «lv*n an Ideal cast and a mag- nldcent production.—Julian Johnson In jf~*\ 1 the Times. I "V^""! I^l I l"^ I 1 "The Garden of Lies" will, make • -m^- |r JT \_^_ § ' l^,^ \ Lj t ' 1 sure hit on Broadway.—Shirley Olym -1 pl-us In The Herald. l^ i Will prove one of the most popular of #" "%"»* the. Belasoo attractions, and will doubt. 11l lets hare a long run.Frank. C. Colby _■■ in the Expreas* I "^T •.;,* J The play Is a love story that bring* n jj •"V f m>* women nenr the weeping stag* and con- M ■ B '■" tains thrills for men. wKli here and It I^/ I V V Ir^^ there a, touch of comedy.— Record. In addition to this enthusiastic newspaper approval of "The Garden of Lies," the theater going public V is showing its appreciation of Mr. Broadhurst's new play by packing the Belasco to the doors at every performance. "The rjarden of Lies" la headed for New York, where it will be seen In a Broadway theater In the fall. It's dollars to cents that the New York cast won't bn any better than that seen at the Belnscn, while the rare pictorial splendor of tho Belasco produc tion simply cannot be surpassed on any stage. REMEMBBR THAT NOTWITHSTANDING TUB- BOCCBFTIONAL ETC TENSE ATTENDANT UPON THE PRODUCTION OF A PLAY LIKE "TUB Garden or i.ieh," therk is no advance over the Risnui.Ait BELABCO PIUCKH. THESE ARE: BJVBRT WIGHT, 25 TO 75 CENTS; MATINEES TOMORROW, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 25 TO 60 CENTS. Scats for "The Garden of Lies" are now on sale for three weeks In advance. . LAO AMfTPT TTC THPATFP SPRING ST., Mntlnem Kcvery ««*y. ui> AiMU_;_._;a i_HJsAifcK taUkSt M ltrH. , attowi mSmui Miller & Mack. I < oil Mi;l V Harry & Alice Taylor. Gerard. COMEDY Hlckman Bros. & Co. The Lau(h-O-8i ( I'Ollt De I'aye Bisters. POPULAR PRICES*—IOc, lOC AND 30c. GRAWTI DPTTT?A HOTISF MATINEES SATI!RT>AY, Snndn.T. T««id»r. KPkNU oraiuiywuaa Phone. Main 1967j Home AIBO7. I ONLY 5 MORE PERFORMANCES OF THIS GREAT OPERATIC PRODUCTION This Is positively the latt week of what Is by all odds the biggest musical triumph of the entire mid 11. Again we say that Ferris Hart man ha. clearly proved his claim to having without an exception the finest Mock musical organisation In America —and any one of the 8000 theatergoers who have already witnessed this superlative produc tlon will substantiate this claim. 1 carmen" Read what Julian Johnson has to say in the Times: FERRIS HARTMAN IN ONE WEEK'S) TIME HAH MADE A PRODUCTION OK CARMEN WHICH ABSOLUTELY DEFIES DUPLICATION AT THE ii\nus OK ANY OTHER STOCK ORGANIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES ;*»• TODAY AND IT [8 BO SUPERIOR TO MOST PRESENTATIONS BY REUU LAR GRAND OPKRA CONCERNS THAT COMPARISONS WOULD BB . FOLLY NOT IiVEN THE METROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY. IN ITS WELL REMEMBERED OFFERINO WITH CALVE IN Till: TITLE TAUT GAVE si ill SCENERY. ■BATH ion TIIK last nvi: ri;niomi\\rKs ARK NOW hki.ijmi FAST. v... week— l.le revival of the beautiful Offenbach opera. "THE LOVE TALES OF HOFFMAN." This production will be given for one week only, so be sure and get your seats early. R<-ntilnr Hartman prices. MOROSCO'3 BURBANK THEATER %Tr ST B ?xth: AM. WEEK—MATINEE BATURDAT SECOND AND NfRITIU J.AST GRKAT WEEK MERELY MARY ANN t>atr_l lie roc 75c. MATINEES ISO, EXCEPT FIRST 10 ROW*. 60c. GALLERY 10c. Week-Klein-. Vlrll. American play, "TIIK LION AND THE MOl ME." l^_?^arl Vaudeville rsg^H" Clara Belle Jerome & Co. Walter C Kelly in "Jorland. I —I "The Virginia Judge." In "Joylund. • .... • , . Winona Winter Matinee Mr- Fred Lindsay ••Tho Mtti. cmwup Gin.' Matinee stock wmp. K^n Felix, Barry & Co. Today »TZ£^ & C°' Reynold^ Done^n > ' RA^c° t ahn e dr^med, Experts on Roller Skates^ M MOTION PICTURES . MATINEES KVERV ■""■ 10c. ts«', »■*•• KVEBV XI(iHT inr' "Sr- MX-. We. MASON OPERA HOUSE i,e««,d- JLl*": Tonight and all week—Matinee Saturday only—Charles Frohman present. OTIS SKINNER In his latest N»w OTIS SKINNER roru^.«* - YOUR HUMBLE SERVANT By Booth Tarklmton and Harry Leon Wilson, author, of "The Man From Home," ana a doien famous »uoe»sses. sale_now^n___ Prlc ,.i,_soc to |S.»O. W<'at xalf now on. Week April 4. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. SEAT SALE TOMORROW, 9 A. M. Return Engagement of Henry W. Savage's NEW YORK PRODUCTION OF THE OPERATIC SENSATION OF ALL NATIONS 7|2e Merry Widow Music by FRANZ LEHAR. "MADAM ■»«__««" GRAND OPERA ORCHESTRA, M y ■ CAST INCLUDES '.•,'-: MABEL WILDER. GEORGE DAMEKKI-. OiCAB FIGMAN, HAROLD BLAKE and PRICES— 50p TO »2.00. COMING—"THE Til IKK." '""" - NIELSEN THEATER % .-.;; 5 Grant) At»., Near SeT«nth. NIELSEN THEATER % c?a. QtiN-rvKD, m uu « SATURDAY NIGHT. APRIL I, AND Al-I. NEXT WEISS.. ' HORTENSE NIELSEN In a raa-i™, .cenlc pAD TV/TRN M V * GRJiE*IJ!iAF production of V*AlvlVl__«lN a. Don J0... 'BARGAIN MATINEES TUESDAY AND THURSDAY—ALL SEATS 25 CENTS. Pouna bargain MATINEES TllBBLiAi chocolates given to each lady on the op«nln« ' n°=ht SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES 100, 25c. 50. EVENINGS AT *:«*, PRirBS ISO. 26*. Y«oc r?«e. Seats by phone, mall, at hotels or box WEEK OF A.PRJL 11—Maeterlinck masterpiece, "MONNA VANNA." , ■ - - , T.nTmnnTTTM THEATER • L. E. BEHYMER, /"TAHE AUDITORIUM . beautiful. L. E. Man»«»». HE AUDITORIUM • bbautikii,. _ana««r. X — ~ ! ALL THIS WEEK ..V MVIINKK TODAY, 3:15— S. and Lee Bhubert,. (Inc.) present the- distinguished emotional actress. • < __. _, - * ' Florence Roberts 9SS£ b.'- WW" he Trans-, £!JZIL_ i\UU^l v Rupert Hughes'new play. formation PRrc;EB~*rs67»lT'79«. Me, tie. iOOU SKATSI at'soc, 7Bc. »i. j. -< ■- - ' Phones K:::;67; Main 5186. Nfxt Week—"GLORIA." ■■:■■*-) ■>..,. OLYMPIC THEATER Home of Hits and Novelties Alphln and Fargo present THE MKRRY MIDWAY,* a laughing hit. Ten big singing and dancing novelties.- 10c, Ma and'2so. , .