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FIFE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FKBRrAIlY 12, 1913.
Wo cordially invite you to inspect our complete showing of the now spring models of Kedfern Corsets. Jlenl corset service is not imaginary with us, but a fact. Wo offer you expert ad vice and n careful, per sonal fitting of Rcdfern Models. A fnshionable figure can be obtained with case and comfort when prop erly fitted with a Redfern Dorset. $3.50 to $15.00 n pair. DORSET SECTION TKXXU) n.O OR New Button Styles for Spring For your new apparel you will want buttons that are favored for spring and here we are able to show an ex tensive assortment of everything both in novelty and staple styles. Crystal and Rhinestone buttons ill nil colors, and many other decidedly now ideas are on display. Bone buttons in all sizes for trimming suits and coats. Koltijt to be h llltlr dlK-unMon rlKht away If the writer In not mlnUken In the temjw of the peonle of I.lneoln. And there will ! onm more illKciisslon of very definite ort when thin nelecl bunch of altruistic councilman rome for yoiir votes as cnrullclate for tlty mm mlMlonern prenently The action of the rouncll In ImlefenM hie. doubtless It wan well meant and for the let I lit west a of the city. according tO their llchfa tha rw,nl maw njfnri ! a but one may lie permitted doimt. ni tho Jrtrment of the writer the state or .Nebraska la prosperous enough to take rare of It utilvcrsltv: the insHtu. i tlon does not belong to the city of Mr, i coin, nor la It an object of tnunlclpaf I charity If wo are to aid the university let It be rfnn In man,,, nkl.h ,.,,ti j be leffal, defensible and with due regnnl iii inn presume ne pun or our city school Take care of the children of Unoom XI rot. HARDWARE MEN IN SESSION 5??! 1 1?? RE' ! ANOTHER CONTEST ENDED' Jasper County Sitting Member in House Stays. SIll'MWAV mrust'iKi? SKl.V Senator Itrniovrn Mti.tnchr nnd Krlrnda Uo Not Knnir Him. (From n Staff Correspondent.) I.ltfCOI.N, Feb. ll.-(8peclal.)-Wlillt Btnator Kemp attempted to dlstrulso hlin aelf with a plup hat nnC ''rlnce Albvrt coat laat Hunday, other enatorn .leetn to think that some aort of a dlifftilxe lit necciwury to enabletliem to ateer clear of the feitlve lobbyist, who notwithstanding the atrlnKent rules aifalnst playlnir the lobby game still continue to ply their vo cation In some manner. Tho latent senator to rpsort to tho din Ki'lso Is Senator Shumway. who showed up In tho snate chamber this inornliu so changed that oven his colleagues did not recognize him. Tho luxuriant .nus tacho tha thad been a thing of beauty had completely dlsippcared and were It not that he occtiplc the seat of tho sen ator from Dixon would have escaped unnoticed. Tl UblM AND HOWAJtD ST files 3 and "8 will bo made a special order in committee of tha whole Thursday, These are the board of control bills. KLKFItAdH AOITATI3 MUMnBIlS Desks of Legislators Covered nllh Antt-Votf Mt-rainr-. (From a Staff Correspondent.)" LINCOLN, Neb.. Feb. ll.-(Hpeclal.-The woman suffrage question is getting to be quite a question around the legisla ture. The desks of the members this morning wero covered with pamphlets Issued by tho New York State, associa tion opposed to woman suffrage, iho pamphlet takes up those states In which woman has the right to vote and com pares conditions there with conditions In states- where men do all the voting. The comparison brings out that morn laws for the benefit of women, and children are In force In' too 'men-controlled states than In those wheretvointn vote. The writer quotrfe Jlidgo lien IJmJsoy as sav ing the woman voter Is controlled by ex pediency as much ok men voters. The writer sets 'out! that dlvorco' laws are more lax In the woman suffrage slatei than In the others that wages for women are less In the woman suffrage states. The pamphlet devotes considerable space to tho Denver election, In which It sal the writer saw about U7.000 paid 10 women workers at the polls to keep tha town "wet." The advocate of equal suffrage have not yet distributed any literature svmong the members. RKNATE TO 1113 IMIOTOUItAPllKD Will Oo to Lincoln Monument To day In He "Titkrii." (From a Btaff Correspondent) LINCOLN. JTt', 11. (8peclal.)-Whn tha senate convened this afternoon, after a recess lasting since Friday noon, a flood ot petitions and resolutions were found on tne secretary's desk, They carried protests against any railroad legislation, against llcenslnr vendor's of stock food, against university removal, etc A petition wns read, signed by II. J. Tenfold and about fifty father former Ne braska people living In California, asking the legislature to appropriate sufficient money to enable tha ntate to make a re spectable showing at the Panama exposi tion to bo held in 1915. lloagland of Lincoln county sent up a resolution to be sent to the national con grt'fs asking that congress appropriate tS.Wj to Investigate conditions In western Nebraska and make surveys for the pur pose of establishing methods of holding the water supply that It may be used for agricultural development. The resolution passed. Observe Lincoln' Birthday, lloagland of Lancaster was the author of a resolution to make Lincoln's birth day niore Impressive by having the senate Doctors Said He M Dropsy Some Ume ago- I had an attaok of grippe which finally settled In my kid. neya and bladder. 1 doctored with the doctors and they claimed 1 hud itrnn.v I tried other remedies and got no relief irom any or them. My condition waa such that I was unable to work for about two months and the annoying symptoms caused mo a great deal of trouble mA pain. 1 waa hardly able to turn over In bU Seeing one of your Almanacs, I decided to give Dr. Kilmer's Hwami Itoot a trial and after taking several bot tles was able to resume mv work ni-.ilh 1 cannot say too muoh in praise of your Bwamp-iioot as the results In my case were truly wonderful. Your very truly. nOBEIvr BAUaAKD. Mansfield, Pa. Sworn nnd subscribed before me, this Jlh day of May, 1912. HAY C. LONOBOTHUM, Notary labile udjourn at 3 o'clock nnd proceed to the IJncoln monument and have their pictures taken on ii fitting observance of the day. The resolution curried. Hills Oil final pnsnmre wero disposed of bh follows: H. F. 210. by Macrqrland of Douglas Provides that officials before whom dl) po rtions are taken must not be an em ploye In tho office of tho attorney on cither side, Passed. H. F. 192, by Ileasty of .Icffcrson-Pro-vldex that noil tax miiy bo paid either In cash tir work. Passed. 8. F. 173, by Macfarland of Douglas Eliminates technical defences In civil aotlon, Panned, i 8. F. 168, by Dodge of Dotigui Provides that school houses In Omaha may bo opened for public meetings, except po litical or religious. Passed. 8. F 166. b Klen of Uage Irovldoi for, constitutional amendment on ftllon voting. (Passed. No. 1M, IUasty's poll tnx bill, looked doomed on roll call, but a call of the house on motion of Ollls of Valley saved the day and It finally passed, receiving sjjvontecn votes for to eleven ngulnst. ClUTIClfci: LINCOLN COUNCIL WHY NASBY WAS FIRED (Continued from Page One.) - Camp showed letters he had received In 1910 asking him to contribute 133. ills salary was thon IL100. Tho letter to him was Inclosed In la letter to his wife with tho admonition to her not to make, the delivery of the letter to the postmaster "In a building used as a postofflce or other government office." Camp did not make that contribution, lie suld, and told the committee that he had understood from Inspector who had oxamlned his office that affair were in good shape. Inspector Wynne had told him, he de clared, that hn could "go Into almost any postofflco and rake up enough Irregularity to put any postmaster out. of business." Under questioning by the committee Camp aald that tho Inspection of his office had ben made befoo any of tho letters were received nollcltlng l;ls campaign contribution. He could recall no visit of an Inspector after he had received uniT failed to answer the campaign funds request. Oordon IL Campbell was present nt tho hearing today and will testify tomorrow. Twelfth Annual Convention for Ne braska Called to Order.' BIO DISPLAY AT AUDITORIUM Fifty-Our Kthllilf nrn Munv the Lat est N'oveltlen In the Ilnrdrrnre World n Well in Htnple Product. Delegates to the twelfth annual con vtnllou of tho Nebraska lletnlt Hard ware association and visitors to the hard ware educe tlonal exposition began to ar The opening session ot the convention was called In the auditorium of the hotel at 2 o'clock In tho nfternoon. Addresses wire made, by L. Neltzel of Murdock, M. D. Hiiflsle. the president, and M. C Iiartlctt, and teportu of Secretary Nathan Huberts nnd Treasurer M. C, Klein wero received. rive In Omaha yesterday and register nt Hotel Home, the convention head quarters. Nearly 20) of them paid dues and tecelved their baJges at noon. The board of directors held a meeting at the hotel and nrrnngod the final de tails of tho convention. It waa the last meeting of the board, a new directorate to be elected on the closing session of the meeting Friday afternoon. Ktk & & T SP3 H HHfe. '!-w JPI ra::Ki I KIMBALL SLATED TO WIN OUT First of lltftr Hearings nn Workmen' Compensation lllll Held In lotm LcKinlntiire -Consult Pre sent Iteqnrat. M. D, Hl'SSIE. CAPTAIN SCOTT'S LAST WORD (Continued from Page One.) OrUln Dros. liny nip; Stock nt Auction. Orkln nros. announced today that Mr. J. H. Orkln, their New York resident buyer, bought heavily at the liquidation sales of D. Ivy & Sons company, one of the largest and foremost waist manu facturers in Baltimore, Md. The pur chase consists of shirt waists, laces, em broideries and walstlng materials. Mr. M. ES. Orkln stated that hn. considered It oha of the best purchases they havu made' and the stock .will go on sale Fri day morning at prices that aro simply wonderful In value giving. Advertise'! ment. : crew as a surprise bonus on their return to Bnglund. Mrs. Hcott Is assured of a good pension from tho British government. A memorial service for Captain Scott and his companions Is to be held In bt. Paul's cathedral on Friday. Flugs In all part of London are flying at halfmaHt today. Of tho five explorers who perished, Cap ' tnln Scott, Dr. Edward AVIIson nnd Petty Officer, i. IvanH were married. Captain U B, C. Oates nnd Lieutenant H. It. Bowers were single. The merchants and ship ownerB of Cardiff, from which port the Terra Nova sailed for the Antarctic, arc arrang ing to erect a statue of Captain Scott. Mr, droit Notified. SAN FIIANC18CO, Feb. 11. The wldjw of Captnlu Stt probably known today that her husband was overwhelmed by a blizzard whllo tnuklng his way back from the South pole, but how sho received the news Is blanketed In the silences of tho Pacific ocean. Mrs. Scott Balled from here February C on tho liner Aorangl, bound for Welling ton, N.- 55. It was Impossible to report It by wlrelesu In daylight yesterday, hut the sending dtntlon hero believed "j.irt night that the Aorangl was In range and repeatedly sent mesHnges. Thesn should have been received, but the Aorangl'B feeble sending apparatus which has a radlim of only about TOO miles, permitted of no acknowledgement that could be caught either here or ut Honolulu. Action to uy Land Sot Liked by Nome Taxpayer. (From u Stuff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. Feb. 11. tSneclftl l Th n. tfon of tho dtV council Of I.lnrnln In Ho. ctdlng to pay several hundred thousand dollarn of the taxpayers' money' for ground to odd to the university campus half caused eonnldernhln rnmment iml nil of a fnvornblo nature.. in the first place, one of the most ardent ohumpton of the nresrnt alln nf th i, iinl. verslty and an opponent of consolidation of the unlvurslty with tho statu farm Is very muoh opposed to tho state accepting anything from the city of Lincoln. He sees In this proposal of tho city of Lin coln an attempt finally to get all of this property or nt least taking It out of the hands of tho state Insofar an Its' manage ment 1 concerned, at a later date. In other words, very few legislators or those familiar with the way IJncoln has been built un at the. exnense jif tha state have confidence In the avowals of love for the state university exprcssed.by theee Llnoulnltes, It iiaa been the experience of the past that IJncoln loves the state treasury.' It Is the plan to have th legislature give tne council autnonty to levy t. mills in stead of S mills for nark nurixisM nrt to add to the "pa rk purposes" the words "university extension. ' - Borne of the legislators believe the state Is not yet on object ot charity and they are opposed to' bavin gLincoln pretend to give' the state anything. On the other hand the taxpayer of Lincoln object to the city council voting any money to buy land for the state. The taxpayer of IJn coln are sufficiently burdened nn . It Is. So It I very doubtful If Lincoln's city council will be able to put across Its plan View of Frank OdelL Frank O. Odt, a member of the rural lire commission und a taxpayer ot Lin coln, ha this to say of the proposition; The Lincoln city council has come to the relief of the state of Nebraska and the legislature should now breathe easier. A sum of money, variously estimated from J300.O00 to tfoo.OOC Is generously of- fered to the university In Anlr- th Mm camptu. That the taxpayer of IJncoln have lot been consulted regarding this generous dtinn-ltlmt nf tllr eit,i ...i. . . . - w ....... . U . U . U RU U Stance ta h mnrj. .Inl..l. , "7 ....... ......... , t iiio iiuiuini Bill ! It. rani. I 1 .. I a . . ""iniiuu ui mw una ot ornclal oath is another mere detail of i uaequence to me grave and reverend seigniors who administer our niiv ff-i Did you get the full lgntticanc of in .uuncii aciioqT mere I admittedly Fill lAB'A I O II I V 1 mm IM 1- . m . . . i ... lur ino council to tnui lavish y dispose of the money of the peo Pie without sneclfln iiihnrii. hrrT.. therefore, they generously increase the Zri. ur.'J,"7 purposes, ana give the park ...v...,, io , university, to be sure. ii.ujr imiyciy uaimi mat "It la scareolv legal." but What la ih Ion, V....- pile:. cimnn iy c -u a days. Your dru.glst will refund money it rAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, Ullnd, Uleedtng or Protruding rilea In C to U d'nys. 60o. Advertisement The Persistent und-Judicious Use of Newspaper AdvertelnK I the Iload to Business Success. Zettr to Br. Ur In Oo, BUgunton, ST. Y. Send to Dr. kllmer ft Co., Bingham, ton. N. T.. for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a bppjtlet, ( valuable information, telling all about th kidney and bladder. When wrltinc be sure and mention The Omaha Pee Itegular flftv.eent anA nn. nii. size bottles for sale at all drug stores.-- ! Advertisement i 'f''.0-1 ,vht Is the OtlA I . I t'li I !.,. 1 1. I . . I . . . ;... ........ ,.v. ....v.,.. j nuiuiro wnen tne state of Nebraska became an object of uiianiir r n mt university is to , uu m auction mere are doubtless other cities that would llko to get into "' J being herded In uncomfortable v i quarter nirea ror school pur- i? . -fi-oumj ui tne cruwaea ana insur flclent condition of our city school VtUlr OllllHrAn .1 11.1 mln. . ' play In the street and dodge trolley cars ii nuiuiiiv-iie oecause tne taxpayers -.ii uui Buiiiunis tne uoara or iiuea tioij to expend money for ufflclent school tlUllnlntra anH n .vmni... ... -1. i and mine are attending school but halt r. .rVauo" ol tneae crowuea condl- nni 'n. I I nnl iI,.I.mIi - . .... . . . '-' ., - ui ui. city councll-they have no Jurisdiction over sohool matter but this condition make yesterday action the more outrageous im in ua tuierateu. Did we not recently hear something about a resolution passing the council, the intent of which was to top dicui Ion ut university remoVair Well, thtre'a WICKERSHAM REFUSES TO EXPLAIN ARCHB0LD CASE WASHINGTON. Feb. ll.-Attorney Oen cral WIckersham today declined to send to the house. In accordance with 'itep reecntative darner's resolution, his rea son for withholding bench warrants Is sued on Texas Indictments Hgalnst John D. Archbold nnd other Standard Oil of ficials, charging violation of the Sher man anti-trust law. Tho attorney Renew 1 replied, with tho approval of President Taft, that is was Incompatible with the public interest to disclose tho situation1 at this time. LINCOLN PHONE HEARING ALLOWED TO CONTINUE (From a rftaff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 11, (Special.) Tho railway commission this afttrnoon handed down a ruling In the Llnciii tel ephone case denying: ttjo. appllcattn c'f tho city of Lincoln, Havelock and Uni versity Place for dissolution of appli cation, and setting Tuesday. March :8, as a time for hearing In tho matter when tha commission will continue the liem-. )hg as long as there Is anything to be considered of Importance, They consid ered that the IJncoln company was en titled to some measure of relief on rotes and the hearing will be continued along those lines. MEDAL OF HONOR AWARDED TO OMAHA MAN IN NAVY WASHINGTON, Feb. 11. Medals ..of honor for 19U have been awarded by the Navy department to George F. Ernest, formerly of Baltimore, and Marlon IL. Kirk, formerly of Omaha, apprentice sea men, who attained the highest averages In competitive examinations In the duties of their ratings. The medals are pro vided for by a fund founded by the late Rear Admiral Theodorus Bailey, U. 3. N , and apprentice seamen are eligible to compete for them, (From a Staff Correspondent.) D12S MOINKS. Feb. 11. (Special Tele gram.) Another of the five contests be fore the legislature came'-to an abrupt end today, leaving but one to be decided The emmt of the votes In Jasper county was concluded and when finished Sell I man. democrat, admitted defeat, so that Merldlth. sitting member, retains his I place. The Pottawattamie county sena torial contest was not finished today, but It Is expected thnt tomorrow the commit tee will reiKirt favorably to Kimball, re publican. Workmen' Compensation. Tho first of the big hearings on th workmen's compensation bills wa held In tho legislature today and the merits of different bills presented. The Italian and Austrian consulates ut Chicago sent to tho legislature nn amendment proposed and desired on behalf of people wlio have relatives In foreign lands, by which the consuls ot all foreign countries are made the sole legal representatives for depend cnt heirs in other lands. , Prof. Hydo of Northwestern university, attorney for the consuls, presented the bill In person. ATTEMPT TO USE LINCOLN TO KILL WILSON'S BILLS TUKNTON, N. J.. Feb. 11. What was declared to be un effort to postpone ac tion on Governor Wilson's antl-trust bills until after he had departed for Wash ington was defeated by the democrat!? members of the senate In caucus this afternoon. They voted to rescind a reso lution passed this morning to adjourn until next week out of respect to the mcmoryof Lincoln, thus foregoing a ses sion tomorrow. The resolution was fa vored by the republicans, nnd to pass It four democratic senators voted In the affirmative. Later the democratic lead ers undid this work and the bills prob ably will bo passed on third reading to morrow. The seven bills came out of cqmmlttee today with amendments to three of them. Persistent Advertising u Big Kcturns. the Road to M RHEUM ATI S Syracuse Manufacturer Will Send Free Treatment to Any Man or woman Who Suffers From Rheumatism Nature's Own Catarrh Remedy Balsamic Air that Heals Sore Membrane, Dostroya Germs and Stops Morning Hawing and Snuffles, Booth's HYOMEI, the world's greatest catarrh remedy comes from the giant eucalyptus trees of Inland Australia. People who live there never have ca tarrh or consumption because the air HYOMEI DESTROYS GERMS they breathe Is filled with the healing, germ-destroying balsams these trees throw off. Right In your own home you can securo the benefit of tho same anti septic air by breathing HYOMKI. You can carry tho inhaler In your pocket and breathe HYOMBI anywhero and cure ca tarrh, coughs and colds. Complete Hyomct outfit U.00. Extra bottles If needed later 60 cents at drug- gists everywhere Advertisement. j LI GLASGOW 2H In. BELMONT 2)i Is. . MBDORA.3y.la Arrow Kotdi COLHAAS "Ctl the kmcknfltie NOTCH" , 15c each 2 for 25c. Cloett, Peabodr & Co., Sinker A Great Farm Journal TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER The nest in the West. Scores Claim This Free Treatment Has Cured Them Olr me a chance to It I cannot cure your rheumatism without mnaaage. vapor bath, aevera diet rettrlctlona or other tiarsli mn.l Ineffective treatment.. . Don't hut your eyes and ear "Imposlble," but put me to th. tut. You may have tried everything you ever heard of and epent your nod money rlirht and left without effect Jut aa I did. r'or Ihlrtyalx year. t autfered with Ilheumatlsm and .pent over twenty thousand dollara In vain attempt" to be cured.! Ktnaly I discovered my Kheumallc Con queror which I know cured my rhenmtlim and made It poeelble for me to be nt my desk day In and day out, while before that I waa confined to my bd and suffered the terrible torture, ot thla dread dlMam. Now that my rlieum-lltm h vanlahtd, 1 aay, "I.et me prove my claims without capcnie to you." lt me send you, without charge, a trial treat ment of my hneumatlc Conqueror. I am wllllnr to take the chance and Burely the teal will tell. So aend mo your name and tho tr)al treatment will tie aent you at once sealed In a plain en velope. When I eoml ou Jhls I will write ou fully and show that my Itheumatlsm Oonaueror should not only banish the polun ot rheumatism from the eyatem. but be beneficial to your general health in oiner ways. I ne number of trial treatments which I shall io readers of this paper Is limited and it -in v neccPBsary ior you to cut on the coupon and Din It to TOUr letter. OIva vnnr n.m. .. addrees plainly, Thla special offer will not be held open maennlteiy. It will be neceiary for you to make your .application Immediately. Aa soon aa my discovery becomes better known- In Omaha and vicinity I shall cease sending free treatments and, wisit men enarge a, once for jny Itheumatlsm Con lueror which will be In proportion to Its good value. So take advantage of this offer before It Is too late. Ilemeinber the teat will coat you absolutely nothing. 3. T Delano, m I, Delano Iildg., Sy- FREE COUPON Thla certificate, entitles th. holder to one tree treatment of Delsno'i Ilheumstlo Coa uueror. Cut this off and pin It to your lat ter. 0ood for ten daya only. "Did You Think of Me Today ?" tt 9 o WKIGLEYSw "Yes It's "a Voucher for My Thoughts." 'But I thought of myself a9 well. I'm very fond of the refreshing mint leaf juice and it's very fond of me. "It refreshes my mouth after smok ing and gives me an appetite. It purifies my breath and brightens my teeth besides, preventing an over eaten feeling after meals. "It's the cheapest and best amuse ment known. I may forget other tilings but I never forget to bring the beneficial, Inexpensive confection." oil ,i ui if in ..mi r .rcsr 4t j r John Says: "XiP ', S o 7 a 1 C.m.nt nnd Wall Pa per Pa-t. bold tUlnps together pretty well, but they cannot tlok olocer titan m y TBTJST BTJSTE, Go OIOAB, cuitomcra. And Z am not 'stuck up' at that." John's Cigar Store 16th and Harney Sts. The Fortune Hunter finds Omaha a good game reserve on account of the nerve and opti mism elicited from the pure and festive board of the Woodmen Cafeteria 14th nnd Farnntn Sts. AMUSEMENTS. "O-UKA'S Ptm CEETTEH," Sally Mat., 16--5-SOO EVE-., 1S-3S-S0-76O Th FatrleM Hoc on trio Comtdlan, DAVE MARION As "Snuffy" the Gab Man And ITIia lUTf-crn 4 fit I". me Aiix anS'co., in -tousse utile EXTRA VAQAKSA AND VAUDEVILLE iiuaj ?-jr n. -wiuo loners, i Can L tall ver all about thin nnA vr lft cvttiN ; : i BO? . La, dies' Dime Matins. Every W.. Day. "Worth Caimblr th. Win n SOVOX-VB BT. AT ElOHTEEK i.'t Hyton. Vand.-llls Includes tha 3 Biding Corn llall; Steele & TT- Tl AicAiaster: Jiaitiona Qwynne & aossette Hlpposcope Picture". Prom 2 to 7; at 7 and 0 r. M. Dallv. JUST J.XKS A HEW BROOK EVEBY WEEKl BUY IT BY THE BOX . It costs leas of any dealer and stays fresh until used. Look for the spear Avoid imitations rEmo, aTH Cicao BRANDEIS THEATER Matins, 3:30; Tonlg-ht, otao. KITTY GORDON In tha Soocaasfol Operetta, THE ENCHANTRESS Thnra., Tii., Bat. Mat. Bat THE BLUEBIRD THE TRAIL OP THE LONESOME PINE PEBBUABY 30, 31 and 33 SOTHERN & MARLOWE BOYD THEATER " Tonlg-ht, Matin., w.a. and Bat EVA LANG X-T HUB BW PLAT Making a Man of Him Meit W.a- OREEST BTO CSIKOB . Mat Ev.ry Day. 3HB. Every uic-nt. ilB ADVAHCED VAUDEVXltn iS: t r i-T-'tiT Matin... WnV'"-.. ". saata ttc, aictpt SaturiS.jr aad Bundar. ' test Krug Theater Xatlnaa Today, 3t30 ZTlg-bt, 8i3o DANTE'S DAUGHTERS With Gladys Sears COUHTHT BTOEE FKISAT VZOBT ZAdlaa' Sally Sim Mating empress; I OOHTIHUOU . rmros I raaal.ull I , riUIIV TUr.r.r aiOO.liJO vrwmmmm T.r.' Maxc.Pil'S oruara IUI uui 1