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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1913.
2 Spring Ready-to- Wear Apparel Above the ordinary in style and variety o f models, but reasonably priced. A display worth seeing. Style is n supreme consideration in our showing of coats, suits find dresses. : Besides style, wo insist that all fabrics must be of a high quality and the workmanship perfect in every detail. Theso excellent garments pass, a rigid examination in our hands bo fore they are offered f o"r sale at as low a price as possible in order to keep .our stock constantly moving. Because of increased space and superior buying facilities, we are able to offer ( t A Fine Serge Suit for $16.50 A beautiful garment, the equal of which has never before been offered for less than $25.00. Other suits $19.50, $25. $30 upwards! No extra charge for alterations. ten MUCH GRAIN STILL ON FARMS New Brocaded Ratines on Display A handsome fabric in the new shades of holitrope, tan and pink. A light weight, fine quality soft cloth of unques tioned popularity for spring. vutxm rtoom. HOWARD i& AND SIXTEENTH STREETS More Than Onc-Fifth of the Wheat Crop it Unmarketed. CORN PERCENTAGE 18 LARGER Trro-Flflhn of Lant Yfiir'i Crop In Hands of Producers Compared with Almnt Thirl y-Flve Per Cent I.nst Year. Other bllli which were Indefinitely postponed were Dodge's election measure colling tor a telephone In each voting precinct of the state; scnato file No, VM, by Macfarland, relating to practice J(" nonmedical healing; senato file No, 171. by Dodge, relieves sales of fly paper that le poisonous from. 'registration; senate file No, 406, by Reynolds', for municipal ownership pf .telephones In cities and counties; senafe file No. 437, by Cordeal, ftUhorUlo-sltjjnlverplty and other alhools rec?gnlsedj7)y the state to Issue teachers' certificates. In committee of the whole Senate File No, CO, by Reynolds of Dawes, requiring railroads to equip .their swltuh lights with Hghttj wqa ordered engrossed for third reading!' also Senate File No. 44, by Cordeal, requiring railroads to use a headlight' pn -engines strong enough to outline a man UXf feet distant.;. Senate File No. 1W, Hearty's chicken coop bill; Senate File 430, by Talcott, Increasing quarantine rcgutstlor.v, Senate File 391, by Talcott, regulating disposal of corpses for dissection; -Senate File S71, by Bushee, regarding Irrigation; Senate File 274, by OUIs, recognising organisation of Ne braska. Live Stock Shippers' association , by the state; Senate- File 44), by OUIs, establishing a stockmen's protective bu reau regarding- settlement of disputes between shippers and commission men at South Omaha, and Senato File 442, by Hartllng and TCIechel, requiring veteri narians to renew license every three years, Jim Hall is Dying of Tuberculosis NBHNAH. Wis.. March 10.-."Jlm" Hall. a former well known pugilist, was found dying of tuberculosis today In a hovel. Ho la penniless atid his. once great Physique has wasted away until he ;s hardly recognisable. Just twenty years ngo Saturday Hall was knocked ' out in the fourth rquml by lloberf Fltsslmmons at New Orleans for a rjuria of S4O.0O0. The State Anti-Tuberculosis society is now caring for him. The Persistent and Judicious Use of Xtwsp&per Advertising Is the Road to Business Success. EX-CONVICT ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING MERCHANT (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, March 10.-(Bpeclal Tele: gram.) Tom Davis a half breed Mexican convict, who killed a negro prisoner at the penitentiary before he was paroled and wyas later acquitted on the grounds of self defense, wyas last night arrested on a charge of assault on B. V,. QUIIs pie, a Lincoln merchant. " '.he latter wyas returning t !".! residence about 2:30 Sunday morning. Ollllsple wyas knocked down with a piece of gaa pipe and quite badly Injured, but regained his feet end pursued the negro for several blocks) but was unable to overtake him. Lincoln is golpg through an epidemic of holdups and burglaries, and hardly a night passes but some store or residence Is robbed, three places having been en tered Saturday, and the State Journal and Str offices visited a few evenings ago. WASHINGTON, March SO.-Oraln of last year's crop remaining on farms March 1 formed the subject of the De partment of Agriculture's crop report for March, which was Issued at 2:15 P. m. today. The department's bureau of statistics, from reports of Its corres pondents and agents throughout tho conntry. estimates the amount of wheat, corn, oats and barley on farms, with comparisons for preceding years, the pro portion of each crop which will be shipped out of the counties where grown, and the percentage of the 1312 corn crop which was of merchantable quality, ffs follows! Wheat About 1W, 483,000 bushels, or 21. 1 per cent of the 1312 crop remained on farms March 1, 19U, compared with 122,025,000 bushels, or 13.6 per cent of the 1911 crop In 1912; 182,706,000 bushels, or 2G.6 per cent of the 1910 crop In 1911, and 160,214,000 bushels, or 23.4 per cent of the 1909 crop In 1910. About 61.6 per cent of the 1912 crop will be shipped out of the counties where grown, against E8.1 per cent of the 13U crop so shipped; 68.6 per cent of the 1910 crop to shipped and 61.1 per cent of the 1309 crop so shipped. Figures on Corn. Corn-About l,2l,656,000 bushels, or 41.3 per cent of the 1912 crop remained on farms March 1, 1913, compared with 0(0,000 bushels, or 34.9 per cent of the 1911 crop In 1913, 1,108,37,000 bushels, or 40.4 per cent of the 1910 crop In 1911 and 977, 661,000 bushels, or 38.3 per cent of the 1609 r wtrx In 1010, About 21.8 per cent of the 1912 crop will h. .hlmwwt out of the counties where grown, against 20.6 per cent of the 1911 crop so shipped. 22.9 per cent of the 1910 crop so shipped, and 24.9 per cent of the 1909 crop so shipped. The proportion of the 1912 croii which Is merchantable Is about 85 per cent, compared with 80.1 per cent of the 1911 crop, 86.4 per cent of the 1910 crop and 82.5 per cent of the 1909 crop. Oats: About 004,216,000 bushels, or 42.6 per cent, of the 1912 crops remained on farms March 1. 1913, compared with 289,988,000 bushels, or 31,4 per cent of the 1911 crop In 1912; 4i2.605.000 bushels, or 37.3 per cent, of the 1910 crop In 1911, and 205,432,000 bushels, or 36.8 per cent, of the 1309 crop In 1910. . About M.9 pef cent of the 1912 crop will be shipped out of the counties where grown, against 28.8 per cent of the 1911 crop so shipped, 30.6 per cent of the 1910 crop so shipped, and 32.7 per cent of the 1909 crop so shipped. Barley! About 62,283,000 bushels, or 27.8 per cent, of the 1912 crop remained on farms March 1, 1313. compared with 24, 760.000 bushels, or 15.5 per cent, of the 1911 crop In 1912; 33.438.000 bushels, or 19.3 per cent, of the 1910 crop In 1911, and 42, 002,000 buahils or. 21.6 per cent, of the 1IWV1 .rnn In 1910. A.TVV .." " About 63.7 per cent io( the wiz crop win be shipped out of the counties whore grown, against 67.2 per cent of the 1911 ifop so shipped. CO per cent of the .1910 croD so shipped, and 62.6 per cent of the 1909 crop so shipped. WILL INCREASE GIRLS' PAY (Continued from Page One.) 112 must bo advanced to MS: the 115 girl to 320, and so on. Employes must tic paid according to their comparative abilities. Jilill IuiimIhI that the pmnlnVM ahoUld hold a mass meeting and agree on a fair minimum wage themselves. witness thought It a good Idea. CVIfArA pnM It hnrl 1lfln nhNrvd tha' employers pay more attention to outside charities than to their own eoploycs. 'Do you think that your first duty s to your own people?" asked tho chairman. "That Is our belief," replied Lytton, "although we contribute to every recog nized charity In Chicago." Joseph Basch, second vice president of Slegel, Cooper A Co., who wan the next witness, said that, wages and Immorality have no relation. "I bellevo that Immorality Is a state of mind. I believe our girls are moral girls, I think a very small percentage of .them would be persuaded to take the 'casleut way. " Slegel, Cooper & Co, .employed 1,250 girls, about half of whonearn 38 or less. Tlasch did not view the wage system with any alarm. E-U. WZI ATTACKS WOMEN WHO TRY 10 PRESENT PETITION TO KING (Continued from Pago One.) erlng raising the minimum wage to S." Witness said he had devoted much time to the wage question aa it affects women and that a woman can live on 18 a week. He promised to give the commission a schedule of the expenses of a working girl. "What we want," said Senator Junl, "Is what she must spend. Never mind the pleasures. I suppose when we make a law, we'll have to add a dollar or two for rocrcatlon and tqe like." The Hub, besides Its gifts, has a pen sion fund and slclc benefttss. Lytton was emphatic. In stating that the Hub could well afford to pay a minimum of $2 a day. He said all big corporations could do so. Raise Unit He firnrml. Lytton pointed out, as did Bimpson at a previous session, (hat an Increase of the minimum wage means an Increase all along the line. The girl already getting Introduction again of the home rule and the Welsh disestablishment bills, the only Important measures will be bills to facilitate land purchase In Ireland, the guarantee of a Sudan loan for the de velopment of cotton growing, to prevent plurat voting at elections and for a na tional system of education. Search for Snffrnarettea. The time honored ceremony known as "Searching the Vaults" beneath the House of Commons and the House of Lords, which has been carried out since the attempt by Guy Fawkes In 1606 to blow up the king and Parliament, but which In later years has been performed In a most perfunctory manner again was undertaken seriously today. A party of yoemen of the suard from the Tower of London, went carefully through the buildings, accompanied by one of tho chief officials of Parliament and by Inspectors of police and other high functionaries. All of these mode a thorough search for any lurklnir suffra- -gettes. The greatest care was taken In Umitnfr tickets to ladles for the actual ceremony of tho opening. Threats had been made to create a scene when the klner arrival to read his speech from the throne. The Lord Great Chamerbaln, who issued the Invitations, sent with stating that It was to be distinctly under stood that the recipient of tho ticket of admission accepted the fullest slbillty for the lady or Kentlemnn n. renting It and that the name must be written on it. Along tho line of naradn ifnnn t,v,ii. King George and Queen Marv rlmv in glided state carriage drawn by tho famous cieam-coiored horses, strong forces of mounted and foot police and men In plain clothes were stations n n,..., tho occurrence of any outrage. The first sign of .suffragette activity during the royal procession wn ...n when two women rushed from St James' park, opposite Marlborough House, while mi royai coach was passing and vigor ously waved papers. They were promptly silrrounded by DOllce and tinrrUri frn the .spot. ) Another party of five women who irrA iu urcioni a petition to tha kino- . i,a passed along White Hall were arrested. STOCK YARDS ELIMINATED (Continued from Page One.) Fifteen Cents i fc Has Started Many a Person ... On the "Road to WellvMe" The Food Problem means more than merely something that tastes good. Often, it decides 'the difference between illness and good health. Grape-Nuts FOOD is not only a pleasant breakfast cereal with a delightful flavor, but provides in natural, easily digestible form, those true health-building elements of 'wheat and barley which make sound bodies and bright brains. This sturdy food is sold by fVoceri everywhere, in tightly sealed packages. Thousands make it u part of their daily breakfast. TEN PACKAGES NOW" To One llve Tears Ago. "A sense of gratitude and Joy prompts ms to speak a good word for Grape Nuts," writes a grocer In a western state. "Before I commenced to eat Grape-Nuts 1 was very much troubled with poor di gestion. Food caused me pain and could not be retained by my stomach. "I was gottlng very weak In body, when a friend, seeing my poor condition, advised me to try Grape-Nuts food. "I took my friend's advice and soon began to get very good results. My stomach ha been strengthen and di gestion greatly Improved. A dish of Orape-Nuts for supper brings a good night's sleep and rest. "For IT years 1 have worked In a grocer)", and have seen the sale of Grape Nuts Increase wonderfully. For one package we sold S years ago, we sell ten today. Because of the good It has done me. I thoroughly recommend Orape-Nuts to my customers as the most nourishing and strengthening food." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Our 3d Floor Has Been Enlarged j Completely Rearranged and levotd to the Sale of Lace Curtains, Draperies, Fancy Goods, Art Needlework, Rugs, Carpets and Wall Paper No other store in the west is so perfqetly equipped in these departments as we. In order to make you hetter acquainted with these now sections and to indicate the attrac tive bargains you may expect to find here always, we quote the following: SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR TUESDAY Regular $1.50 quality Swiss Curtains in Now Spring Patterns, on our 3d floor, nt n pair 08c Fine littco Curtains In new spring patterns, made to well up to $1.50 on 3d floor, at pair .$2.08 Two cases of Fine Colored Scrim that was innrio to sell up to 25 a yard 3d floor Tuesday', at n yd. 15c Scrim Curtains, that should soli regularly at 92 a pair dninty designs 3d floor, nt a pair .91.515 Curtain Rods of all kinds, tho qunUty that sells regularly at 10c each, at each 5c $7.50 Antique Scrim Curtains, specially attractive lot on 3d floor, nt a pair $5.00 5,000 Tapestry Squares, that aro worth up to $4 yd., will go on our. 3d floor, nt each 30c 3 Attractive Offerings in Art Needlework Section- Third Floor Third 11 Floor Children's 50c Ready Made and Stamped Dresses and Rompers White nnd ce'lored poplins, Unon and chnmbray, a half price special on third floor, nt, cnc)i J5c 75c to $1.25 JnpancsoMiand drawn work linens squares, scarfs nnd center pieces some with 3 and 4 rows of drawnwork, extra special voluo for Tuesday, nt each , 50 50c Stamped Pillow Cases Now floral nnd conventional designs Full rIzcs, at per pair 25J Wall Paper Specials- These aro bargains specially prepared for Tues day only in our new Wall Paper Section: 10 Patterns of New Spring Papers Regular O 8b values, for a Tuesday special, jer roll. . 3C Parlor, Ilnll and Dining Room Papers With 9-in. and 18-lnch borders to match 16c values, at, per roll OC Itcnutlful Bed Room Papers All now sprlnsr Q goodB, worth up to 20c, at per roll. ........ OC 50 patterns of new Spring Gilt Papers Beautiful shades of brown, tan, green, also light OJL shades regular 30c values.at roll .. I2C 3 Rug Bargaiis Tuesday 27-inch Velvet Rugs in New Patterns Made to sell regularly up to PA $2.25 each, at VldU 36-inch Axminster Rugs Made to sell regularly at $4.00 and $4.50, On AO Tuesday at Q&.UO 27-inch Axminster Rugs New spring pat ternsmade to sell regularly at (B AO $2.50 and $2.75 each, at J..efO Sale of Men's Raincoats and Slip-Ons Right at the beginning of the rainy season wo made a fortunate purchase of Show room and Traveling Men's Samples of Men's Raincoats and Slip-Ons at about half tJie regular prices. They are the best values you will find this Spring. Men's Raincoats and Slip- on Coats worth up to fci.OO, at 2ifl Men's Raincoats in and box styles $8 values, at raglau 4.50 Men's finest Raincoats, up to 52 inches long CA -$10 values $U.e)V IBRANDEIS STORESPlfgirftga ( There's a Reason' 9 these amendments are going t be put." And he wound up bj knocking tils flit against the desk. "Don't you shake your flat at that way-haired old man," Jumped In Regan with considerable heat. "Don't you dare do It. lie is more of this committee than any of us, including you and me." Fuller assured the committee he apprehended no Immediate Injury. Fuller's Talk. Fuller made the only talk for the bill, saying Omaha had been forced to buy the water plant and It should not be crippled. Then he voted to leave out tho stock yardg. which up to this meeting of the committee had been the only In terest, according to Howell and his lobby, that threatened the water plant. By eliminating the stock yards Howell has Insisted until his tleup with them the plant would be deprived of some J176.00O yearly In water sales, which would bo a serious loss to Omaha. Ills henohmen today, however, voted tCr. eliminate tho stock yards and gave them power to fur. nlsh their own water. Baala nf Compromise. The umendment given to Lee by Howell and adopted Is as follows: "ProvlUed further that whenever any person or corporation within the metro. polltan water district has Installed an Independent water supply and laid mains. pipes and conduits for the purpose of supplying Itself with water and has so supplied Itself with water in whole or In part prior to and since January 1, 1913. that such person or corporation shall not be considered as within the metropolitan water district for the pur pose of water supply and Its pipes, mains, conduits and sources of water supply shall pot bo subject to mo jurisdiction of the board of directors of said metro politan water district conditioned, how ever, that such person or corporation phall not suppy water to any other per son, corporation or association whatao- The minority of the committee ' will bring to the house a minority report against tho bill. PRESIDENT OUTLINES PLANS (Continued from Pago- One.) capltol and be In close physical touch with members of both housss. President Wilson expects td send to ine senate today the nomination of James I. nlnkalee. secretary of the Pennsylvania state democratic committee, tn be fourth assistant postmaster general. Mr. Blakes- lee was reported last week aa siatca lor third assltant, but a definite announce ment was made today at the White Houne that ho will have the fourth place in me Postofftce department. It was expected that the nomination of State Senator F. D. Roosevelt of Now York to be assistant secretary of the navy to succeed Berkman Winthrop would be stnt to the senate today or tomorrow. Conaln Wunta Office. The president had before htm today the question of whether he should consent to the appointment of a relative to public office. On Saturday when Captain Alfred Wilson of Portland, Ore., a second cousin of the president, waa suggested to the secretary of war for a member of the Philippine commission, Mr. Garrison con sulted the president and found him dlsln' cllned to appoint any relative to office. A delegation of westerners, however, talked again today to Secretary Garrison In the interest of Captain Wilson and the secretary told them he would have no Objection to the appointment of Captain Wilson if the piesldetit waa willing. Iater the delegation called on tho presi dent In behalf of Captain Wilson, it con sisted of National Committeeman John Patterson of Washington. John H. Wil son of Hawaii, V.. It. Cheney of Alaska, H. C, Todd, chairman of the democratic state committee of Washington; Charles Q. Helfner of Seattle, Judge James Itoss of the Philippines, Charles Drury, Will lam Blackman and W. N. Cochran, demo crats of the state of Washington. The president promised to consider their rec ommendations, Mr, Helfner asked the president how soon a conference might be arranged, with western senators and representa tives upon Alaskan questions. The presi dent told him that the opening of re sources in Alaaka was engaging hla deepest thought and suggested a confer ence with Secretary Lane of the Interior department Persistent Advertising Is the Road tc Big Returns. COMMISSIONER RINGER BOOSTS NEBRASKA SHOW (From a Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN, March 10.-(Speclal.)-Frank I. Itlnger of; Omaha, was clrcujatlng around the state liouse this morning with a pocket full of "Madc-In-Nebraska" la bels, which he was giving out whero they would do tho most good and Inci dentally saying lots of good things for the 'llade-ln-Nebraska" show now on In Omnhn, . ' "I wunt to Impress upon the women of Nebraska," said Mr. Ringer, tho impor tance of patronizing Nebraska made goods. I would like every housewife In Nebraska to make an Inspection of her culinary department and find out Just what perctntage of Nebraska made goods she has on her shelfs. Nebraska makes I Just as good goods for cooking as any other state, and I do not think I am stretching the truth any If I go a little farther and say that the Nebraska made goods are better In many Instances than those of other states. "The Omaha show wlll continue the rest of this week," said he, "and tho great success It Is having Indicates that It will be a permanent thing for other years." TEST CASE IS BROUGHT AGAINST CHIR0PRACTER Where to Vote Today Polls open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. FIRST WARD. District 1- isoa 8. 6th. 2- 101T H. 10th. J-.1M0 S. 10th. 4-81S Bancroft (Rear). lGi Linooln Ave. SECOND WARD. 1-SX4 S. th. t 2025 Vinton. J-1&23 Vinton. 4-17U Vinton. fr-ieOJ Dorcas. THIRD WARD. 1 lilt Webster. J-J1J 8. 11th. 3- Jli N. 15th. -SiS 8- tn. 6-Jtn Jakon-.. FOURTH WARD. 11(10 Davenport 1811 Harney. 3-118 a lth. S1 8. SOth. t 30T Davenport. FIFTH WARD. tS8W Sherman Ave S-SS36 Sherman Ave. 3 2&IS Sherman Ave. 4 1 Sherman Av. 11715 Nicholas. 5- 4101-.N. tttb. SIXTH WARD. i-:m n. :uh. 11301 n. :uh. 3 -3004 N. . (Barn rear). 4-1S33 K. 33d. 6- Z306 Military Ave, BBVENTH WARD: 13713 Leavenworth. j us Georgia Ave. (BAm rear) 3- 133 Park Ave. 4- 3104 S. S3d. (Barn rear) 6-4SJ1 Leavenworth. KiailTH WARD. 1-1304 N. th. -mi Curolng. 3-SU N. 17th. t :i:i Cuming. NINTH WARD. 1171 Cuming. J-3I3T Turning. S-3304 Davenport iBarn rear) 4- 331 8. 36th. (Barn rear) 5- 314 Farnam. TKNTH WARD. 1-101 8. 10th. I 1601 Iavenworth. . 3-1ES 3. Sd. 413S3 8.r16th. 5-1434 8. 13th. ELEVENTH WARD. 14108 Hamilton, v 3920 Farnam. 3 3123 Leavenworth. 4 107 S. 31th. 5 SS03 Leavenworth. TWKLFTH WARD. 1 6U4 N. SOth. 2 llEt Orand Ave. 3 3624 Ames Ave- 4 XS33 N. 30th. 5 3110 Corby. (Barn rear) 6EWT N. 3th. 7-3104 N. 34th. -410S N 24th. $-4418 N 24th. HANSEN'S HEIRS SUE MAN WHO ASSAULTED HIM CLAY CENTER, Neb., March 10.-(Spe-clal,) Henry Kellogg, who waa ar rested .here today . on the, cpmplalnt of the county attorney for pracUclng his profession as a chiropractor at Harvard, Irutrtls county, without a license irorn tlo State Board of Health He entered lnti a recognizance, for his appearance before the county court on March 28, for his pre liminary examination. This is designed as a test case. He has been practicing In Harvard for three months, and Is. one. of the firm of Foster & Kellogg, at Hastings. MINDEN, March 10.-(SpecIal.)-Sutt was filed by the heirs of the eatate of Robert Hansen, deceased, against Lincoln A. Stuart for the recovery of damages, alleging that Hansen's decease was caused by an assault committed by Stuart. Stuart was convicted In the last term of the district court far assault and battery and waa fined $75 and costs, which were paid. The heirs claim the death of their father resulted from the assault and now claim 38,125 in damages. TO CUIIE A COLD IN ONE II AY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab. lets Druggist refund money It it falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is on each box. I5c. Advertisement Catarrh T Quickly Relieved Get a 25 or 50 cent tube of KONDON'S Catarrhal Jelly at once. Use It quick. Finest remedy ever offered (or Catarrh, Cold In the Head. etc. Money rtl'inded II wanted. Twenty years of success. hy? Sample free. Write quick. KONDON MFG. CO Minneapolis. Minn. TROCHBVJ For Ho&rsencos Kmar fU to fnavflf ttUn lru of velc. Mothfc fUiiMl. ZaralMol topaMU tpnfccreua imfr. Uo. t04, 11.00. hnpio rue. SrnS r BUOWN ft SON. Ronton. MtM. Whit Every Woman Knows it is not alwaya wlie of her to tell. But If you watch her you will find that ahe is not alwaya so enthused about the home plate aa a mere man Imagines. Undoubted ly she would appreciate an occa sional down town dinner at tho Waodmen Cafeteria 14th and Farnam Sis. John Says: f! had the Tmlff on xuo V for a few days. Ton . . sidestepped my ads 1 for awhile ana read JJ Inauguration news. SPp . j x- of the way Z will now say a word for my TRUBT BUSTER 6o OIOARS again." John 's Cigar Store 16th and Harney St$. AML'SISailSNTS. OaCAKA.'S PUK CENTER" ' lGri t-tT7l Ually Mat, lB-36-OOo ST1 Evg... 15-25-80-780 run That's "Made in Hehraska" by the BOWERY Burlesquers CXTRA.VAOA.STSA AWD VAUMVTT.T.-n KlUrerild & Qulnn, Mtbell Morgan,- Blr Btautr Chorui: Fuonj' "8ut!raietM Jail"; nentr ot i'p, runeo, Acuon. Lorepitij or SO. ijaies' iiimtHKitiit Today "Worth Climbing the XZ1I1" On Douglas Dt at lath Hytone TaUda. ! inciuau is renin zouivn: Viraimtn: uiciman um. & lo. , Cpt. Lawrence, letter Uto. i w ra. Hector Co. , Wppowope l'ictures, BEATS TUB BOAD SHOW 100 PER GENT Prorata to6jatJ7 and 9 P. M. Daily BRANDEIS THEATER TONIGHT AT 8118 AVAIU anil VOICES In A KUN ON THE 11AMC With Z.UCY DALY Wed., Thursn Mat and Eve., HoiBtahl In 'Maygla Pappar." Phone Doug. 404. Mat Every Say, 8;1S Every Night, Sil9. ADVAODSfi VAUDSVlLliU, This Week Ou Edwarde and hla aoni review of mi. Carrie Rernolde. llopklna and Aitell. Mc- Cormack and Wallace, Henry Lewie, Frank Gor don and Ju Kimer. j-aine a weeair ueview. Prices Nlxht, 10c. !5c. 0c, 7Sc. Matinee Gal lerj 10c, beat Kate, tic, cicept Baturdir and Bandar BOYD THEATER Tonight All Weak tlatlnaca Wedntadar and Saturday EVA I.ANQ In THE RETURN OP EVE Next Weak, The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary Krug Theater Matins Today, 3130 Klght, 8 130 THE ORIENTALS EXTRA Wilson's Inauguration pio turaa every performance. X, ADZES' 9AXX.T BZME MATINEE , CONTINUOUS eta. Vae)ellle Ittrti FAMILY THEATRE rMOTorfAVa Alevave Crew4 Tfcere'e a Reeeea EMPRESS HO