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What
Women Are
Doing in the World
1 ' KOMINENT Nebraska women
I H V I who are enthusiastic suffra
I I gists will atslst In the ot-
ft I B.rtMlli. rf n inn Wmirlh nf
July at tnsny' public celebra
tions this year. Invitations
have Come to these women from the men
In charge of tlia prvgiams some are
staunch republicans nnd others demo
crats. Politics have not entered Into the
Invitation, only (he fact being that tho
demand Is for the Nebraska women to
appear" on the program has been general
throughout the state. Much enthusiasm
for woman's suffraga Is felt In all parts
of the state and the fact the Nebraska
women are taking Intertst In the affairs
of the state Is responsible for the cordial
Invitations which the women are receiv
ing to speak on the programs of Inde
pendence day.
Dr. Inez Thllbrlck of Lincoln, an ex
presldent of the State Suffrage associa
tion and. now one of tho members of the
executive' committee of that organization,
will go to Elmwood on July 4 and will
be one of the principal speakers onvthe
program at the celebration In that vil
lage. Dr. Phllbrlck has buen for many
years one of the promlnjut suffragists In
the state and it was due to this fact that
she was urged to speak on woman's suf
frage at the celebration nt the fair
grounds in Elmwood.
Mrs. Harriet Hlckox Heller of this city,
who Is acting director of the Child Sav
ing Institute and for many years a prom
inent Hoclnl worker nnd suffragist, hay
been nsked by the men of Lexington to
speak on the new democracy at the pub
lic celebration on July i In Lexington.
Two well known women of South
Omaha will take part in the public pro
gram given on the high school grounds
In that city. Mrs. George Copper, who
has been u suffragist' most' of her life
nnd was the o""nntzer of the s'lffrap
league In South Omaha, has been asked
to read the Declaration of Independence
nt the Fourth of July celebration. An
' other prominent woman of that city who
will speak on suffrage on tho same pro
gram Is Mrs. J. K. Btdtiar, who has re
cently moved to that city from Idaho,
where the women havo had the ballot for
many years. She will tell of the effect
of woman's suffruge In that state.
Mrs. W. C. Sunderland, chairman of
the Second district of Nebraska for the
suffrage campaign, will address a large
mass meeting at Blair in the near future
and will provide speakers for uny towns
or societies who wish to have suffrage
speakers on the Fourth of July programs.
The women of Lincoln will have, under
the direction of Mm. Frank M. Hull,
chairman of the First district, a most
Interesting meeting at the Auditorium,
when 100 women will be seated at the
large banquet In that building on
July 4. Mm. H. H. Wheeler of that city
will give tho address for suffrage upon
that' occasion.
July 16 will be . a petition day In the
state and every woman who Is a mem
ber of a suffrage organization will take
a petition and work for as many signa
tures as possible on that day. This will
be' the beginning of the petition cam
paign In the state of Nebraska for worn
' art's suffrage.
Women Who Will Speak on July Fourth
.22. J.Z.3cuar So.OmiS- 7 OjETitf. Harriet B. HeJlc
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Nebraska grand chapter convention,
P. E. O., held In Hebron last week, Is
said to. havo been one of the most en
joyable events ever experienced by the
delegates, who were enthusiastic in their
praise of the entertaining chapter. The
Hebron society, with Mrs. Annie E. Y.
Morgan president, did everything possible
to make the convention a success. Miss
Ida B. Johnson of Lincoln, the retiring
state president,- charmed all with her
grace ind skill In parliamentary conduct
of the various sessions.
Nebraska grand chapter voted $100 to
the P. E. O. educational fund. Many
local chapters aided tornado victims not
only In Omahar but at other stricken
towns In Nebraska.
Delegates from Omaha were Mrs.
ThomaB Matters, president chapter E;
Mrs. Bertha McVea, Mrs. George B. Len
hoff and Mrs. F. C. Bryant.
Dolegates from Squth Omaha were Mrs,
Bertha Clark Hughes, first vice nrenl.
dent, Nebraska: Mrs. Lula M. Mathews
and Mrs. E. L. Howe.
The election of Mrs. Bertha Clark
Hughes of South Omaha to be president
of Nebraska P. E, O. comes at a most
uuc-iHuuie iimc in tne History of the
f-'outh Omaha chapter. This local chapter
was organized June 17. 1S93. this month
being vhe twentieth anniversary of the
organization.
.Mrs. Hughes was before her marriage
teacher of dramatic art In, the South
Omaha High school. She has served two
ytais us organizer In Nebraska P. E. O.,
one year as first vce president and now
Is accorded the honor of the presidency.
She will be chairman of the Nebraska
delegation to the Bupreme convention to
be held in October at Hutchinson. Kan
Mrs. Hughes has taken special instruc
tion In parliamentary law. and will prove
n capable presiding officer at the next
Nebraska convention.
Nebraska has fifty-five local chapters,
with about 1,500 active members.
The executive committee of the Omaha
Woman's Club of Railway Mall Service
met at the home of Mrs. D. C. Dodds
Thursday when plans were made for the
coming year. It was decided that a mis
cellaneous program will be given under
the direction cf Mrs. A. C. Rawson as
chairman of the program committee.
Mrs. J. W. Taylor was appointed chair
man of the membership committee, Mrs.
W. J. Nash, chairman of the courtesy
To Look Young Quickly
for Special Occasion
(From Society World.)
Jm!11 haY. 'ou tussed and put
C'11 your face on the eve of some
Ji. "Iffl.1 Bocla, event when you wanted
to look your prettiest, and try what you
su ?' EM1 C0"Wn't get he desert
luw h.-i1 "meour-face becomes un
transfSrm 8tnlnK that wl QUlCkly
n P.. Ll nto. Sne .of Jlant lovell
ilnf; J.Uit eet 2- tub? of Parafled plaatold
Jelly at your druggist's and put a thin
coating over your entire face. Including
chin and forehead. It is Perfectly harm
Hss. Almost Immediately the je y beglni
to dry. you feel a -firming up"' of the
muscular tissue, and your mirror showS
that a fresh, girlish pink Is creeping into
the face, You experience a soothing, com
fortable sensation and If you will lie down
for a half hour or an hour you will doubt
less drop fff Into restful slumber. Then
remove the dried lellv with mM "
and again consult your mirror You will I Messrs -
ue ucugmeu wun me errect esnec.al v jj. Nordaulst.
with the Improved contour of ih. f.r. . -w n.
?'.?Di Color und Pr"lon.-Advtr. Master Harry Fuller,
t-atment. Master Chauncy Mltchum
committee;' Mrs. a. Paxtorf, chairman of
the auditing committee,' and Mrs. H. E.
Gregory.
The Mothors' Culture club met Wednes
day at the home of Mrs. G, B. Lchnhoff,
when an Interesting program was given.
Mrs. W. W. Fisher read a paper on
"Earning and Saving as a Factor In the
Development of Character." Mrs. W. H.
Indoe gave a reading nnd ' Mrs, Georgt
E. Mlckel had the review. Mrs. M. B.
Williams had charge of the roll call,
Which was answered by proverbs of
thrift. There was a general discussion
on the subject, "Can All Children Be Mado
Efficient?" Tho next meeting will be July
30 at tho home of Mrs. T. L. Combs.
The Sunday afternoon service at the
Young Women's Christian association
will "be the last before the summer re
cess. Miss Hagler will speak on the
"Holy Grail" and Mrs. Benedict will sing.
This meeting Is held In the second floor
parlor at4:30, a social hour with, refresh
ments will follow the first servfee, at
which Miss Laurance will be hostess. All
young women are cordially Invited to
attend.
The class In children's sewing on Mon
day and Thursday mornings began very
enthusiastically. There Is room for one
or two more pupils, but registration
should be made at once to avoid missing
lessons.
The out-of-door Bible class will take"
their supper to Elmwood park on Tues
day evening. Association membership Is
"not necessary for this class and any girls
wishing to Join will be welcome. If a
supper Is wished prepared from the as
sociation, word should be left by Tuesday
noon.
Summer Hill farm, the association sum
mer home near Bennington, U proving a
delightful, vacation and week-end resort
for the association girls. A full housa,
twenty-two, are there over this Sunday;
It is somewhat in the nature of a faro
well to Miss Dowler, who leaves July 1
for a year abroad. Miss Brenlzer will be
hostess during the first two weeks of
June. Anyone wishing Information about
rates may Inquire at the Young Women's
Christian, association office.
CLUBS READYJOR FOURTH
Extensive Programs Being Prepared
by Special Committees.
SUMMER TRAVELERS LEAVE
Seek Cooler Oilmen Jinny Visitors
Are Arriving for Short Stnya In
City CnnHrexmiiaii Lo-
bcoU's DiiiiKhcr Weds.
. (Continued from Pago Two.)
picture hat. Mrs. P. A. McDonough was
mation of honor and wore a gown of
pink embroidered net over pink silk and
carried a shower bouquet of pink roses
and swansonla. P. A. McDonough was
best man. Following the ceremony at
tho church a wedding breakfast was
served at the home of the bride's sister,
Mrs. P. A. McDonough. The table was
decoratod In pink and white nnd a mound
of lilies of the valey and pink roses
served as a centerpiece. Mr. and Mrs.
Farrell left for the east and- alter July
15 will be at homo at 3039 North Twen
tieth street
DEPARTED OFFICERS
GIVEN FAREWELL PARTY
A farewell party was given Saturday
evening by Mrs. A. E. Llndeli and Mrs.
M. Nordqulst at the home of the former,
3009 Curtis avenue, In honor of two de
parting noncommissioned officers of Fort
Omaha and their families, 52. L.
Mltchum, who Is connected with the
electrical department of the signal serv
ice and goes to the Philippine Islands in
a few days, and Sergeant H. A. Fuller,
who Is ordered to Alaska. Luncheon was
served on the lawn, which whs Illumi
nated with electric lights. Intertwined i
among the roses and climbing vines.
Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs, II, Fuller.
Mr, and Mrs. Z. L. Mltchum,
Dr. and Mrs. Z. D. Clark.
Mr, and Mrs. Ph. Handschuh,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Llndeli.
Mesdames Mesdames
Agnes SJoberg.
M. Nordqulst.
J. Clifton,
Misses
Sadie Kent.
Lvdla Zohn.
Minna Owen.
Madiele Jaskalac,
Fr"da Cayley.
Misses
Lydla Wlckstrom,
Krlstlne Swnnson,
Else SJoberg.
Evelyn Handschuh.
Messrs.
H. Handschuh,
Green-Bamford Engagement."
The engagement Is announced of Miss
Lillian Bamford, daughter of Mr. John
Damford of 12 Dodge street, to Mr,
William Green of Brooklyn, New York,
the marriage to take place at the home
of Mies Bamford's cousin, Mfs. H. J.
Cohn, in Vienna. Austria.
Miss Bamford leaves the middle of
July for Vienna to Join her cousin, Mrs.
J heo. E. Green and fiance, who will
meat her at Hamburg. After the mar
rlago they will spend several months In
Europe, and will be at home about the
first of the year In New York.
Miss Bamford has been a teacher at
tho Nebraska school for the Deaf for
soveral years.
Youne-Lobeck Wedding.
The wedding of Miss Gladys Lobeck,
daughter of Congressman and Mrs.
Charles O. Lobeck. to Raymond Gerald
Young was celebrated Saturday after
noon at 3 o'clock at the residence of
tho Drldo's parents, 1811 " Spencer street,
mshop Frank M. Bristol officiating.
Only relatives were present. The rooms
were attractively decorated with whlto
sweet peas and ferns, and In tho dining
room pale pink . swet peas formed the
centerpiece for the table. Preceding the
ceremony Miss Mae O'Brien sang "Oh
r air, Oh Sweet and Holy." Mrs. August
Molzer of Lincoln and Miss Agnes
Whafen, violinists, accompanied tiy Miss
Edith Miller, at the piano, played the
briday chorus from Lohengrin and
during the ceremony, serenade by Lleb-
llng, followed by the Mendelssohn wed
ding ma'reh.
The brldo was attractive In her wed
ding gown of soft Ivory crepe de meteor,
entraine, 'trimmed with duchesse lace
and pearls. The long tUlle veil was
draped Into a Normandy cap and held
in place with strandB of pearls. She
carrlod a shower bouquet of white sweet
peas and lilies of the valley. The groom's
gift was a diamond lavaller.
Miss Margurlte Wilcox was maid of
honor, and the bride's only attendant.
She was gowned In, Nile green brocaded
crepe, combined with white charmeuse.
She carried a sheath of ferns and angel
breath. The best man was Harland
Mossman.
Assisting at the reception which fol
lowed were Mrs. Frank B. Knapp, Mrs.
F. L. Axtell of Lincoln. Mrs. Louis
Swartzlander, Miss Dorothy Chambers,
Miss Alice Gates, Miss May McQuarrle
of Blair, Miss Mary Wllmoth and Miss
Ruth Dillon. Among the out-of-town
guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Fried,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, Mr, and Mrs.
F, B. Knapp, all of Fremont; Mr. and
Mrs. W, T. m Fried of Beemer. Neb.; Mr.
nnd Mrs. N, B, Kizer of Des Moines,
Mr. and Sirs. Henry Walter of Fort
Dodge, Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Cook of
Blair, Mr. and Mrs. August Molzer of
Lincoln and Miss Emma Cook and
Charles Cook of Wausa, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. Young will take an east
ern wedding trip and will be at home
In Omaha after October 1.
Stemm-Hart Engagement.
M. W. Hart of Dundee, announces the
engagement of his daughter. Kathryn,
to W. R, Sttmm. The wedding will
NEW HEAD OF P. 0. E. SISTER
HOOD OF NEBRASKA.
MRS.
JOHN R HUGHES,
South Omaha.
take place
August.
during the first week In
Warren-Lang Engagment
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lang announce tho
engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth,
to John Warren of Detroit, Mich. The
wtddlngiwlll take place In the oarly fall.
Buy a Piano at Half Price During Our
Summer Sale of College Pianos
than ever
THUS
WEEK
Luncheon for Mrs. Costigan.
ine umana woman's club cntertnlned
at luncheon Snturdny at tho Seymour
Lake Country club In honor of Mrs, Ed
ward Costigan of Denver, who Is presi
dent of tho Woman's club In that city,
The guests were seated at one tablo, 1)
shaped. Mrs. Costigan addressed the
women following tho luncheon on the
subject of the many phases of club work.
i
Wo nro oxc 1 u b I v o
representatives for tho
folio wing plnnoHt
STKINWAY, WKllISIt,
HAUDMAN, 13 M K -S6N,
S'VKOKIl & SONS,
Mcl'HAlI;, SClIMOfj
IiKIt & MVVAiljRR.
AIno Aoollnn Piaitoln
Pianos.
YOU NOW HAVE A CHANCE AT
tho Greatest Piano Bargains Evor Offered.
This Is (he flmo of tho yenr when several high grntlo pianos aro being r
turned from schools, colleges, conservatories, etc., having been uscl by thorn tho
past season. These pianos must naturally bo gootl ones, being used by tho bct
musicians, and received exceptionally gootl caro. It is our policy, howcver, to
completely overhaul them as soon as they reach our warcrooms, Utcn mark
tliom at a price low enough to move thorn off our floors at once, as floor space
Is at a premium Just now. Tomorrow wo offer somo of theso pianos at lowar
prices than wo havo ever before quoted and you aro suro of a bargain, no mat
ter which one you buy.
Here are the Prices $1 a Week Pays
Now.
$1,000 Stelnway Tract Ico Tiano S50
$2:15 Lyon & Healy, Upright . .S75
Now.
$320 Schmoller & Mueller,
Vpiight
$175 .Mehlln & Son, Upright. ,
83.10 Schmoller & Mueller,
Vprlght SH
$noo ategcr sons, uprigut, SJ
$2.10 Htcck. Upright SKI
$400 Art Stylo, Upright 8195
$1,200 Chlckcrlng & Son, Gd. 8200
$800 Gcorgo Steck, Grand. . .R.H5J5
$B0( 88-noto l'laycr Piano. . .S290
Days' Kreo Trial all
$2.10 Kimbntl, UpriKht SS(
$()() Hnrdman, Upright $85
$1100 Krocger & Son, Upright. .Sl)5
$.125 J. & C. Fisher, Upright R12(
$il()0 Mueller, Upright $138
$J)0 Kurtzmnn, Upright S175
$!J7n Steger Hons, Upright, R175
$175 Kmerson, Upright S2-15
$400 Steger & Sons, Upright, $215
Kreo Stool I'Vco Scarf Free Llfo Insurance 30
included In the low prices quoted above.
Schmoller & Mueller
Piano Co.
1311-13 Farnam St., Omaha
Our record of 54 years of honest merchandising stands back of evory trans
action mndo in our store. Itailrond faro allowed to out-of-town purchasers.
Covers were laid for
Mesdames
F. II. Coin.
N. II. KeUon.
L. M. Rogers.
Hosa M. llenrd.
J. W. Hedford.
V. W. Uooth.
W. T. Uourke.
A. D. Uradlcy.
M. D. Cameron.
C. T. Chittenden,
T. L. Combs.
C. B. Coon.
D. Q. CrrlirhheArf.
John Douclfin.
J. C. Dahlmnn.
U. H. Darr.
J. F. Dlmlck,
J. N. Dumont.
Kherson.
John JIaarman,
w. r. iiariorn,
C. W. Hayes,
It. C. Hnys.
L. J. Healer,
O. W. Hindoo.
Myrta Wells,
E. II. Hume,
Jeannctte Jrssop.
I'-award Johnson,
F. S. Klnr.
L. M. Lord.
1'. A. Crlssey,
V. P. Strvlwr.
5. D. M it berry.
C. Anderson,
Mesdames
II. 8. MncMurphy,
C. II. Marley,
C). 1'. Moorhead,
O. W. Mutiger,
Louis Musor,
J. 1 1. Nledlrst,
Kdward Phelnn,
Knmuol Iti'cs.
C. H. T. Hlenen,
Charles Ilosowater,
William Howe.
George A. Snmmls,
K. Hlggs.
W. 13. filmfer.
13. 13. Strieker,
1 It. StrnlBht,
dcorgo Swoboda,
13. M. Svfert,
Oeorge Tllden,
C. 11. Townsend,
C. A. Hothwoll,
Thomas Tracy,
13. II. Towle,
W. n. Hill,
F. C. Tym.
J. Urlon.
Howard Said,
J. P. Wacncr.
J. I). Wntklns,
John Wlthnell,
13. T. Yntcs,
George I. Gilbert,
It. C7 Moore,
W. O. Shrlver,
Frantz.
UllM'ftU V.luh.nH.1,
......w .'iiiiivii, 1
J. Jamleson nnd mother,
nooeri uiinr ana guest,
Kdward P. Costigan of Denverj. Colo.
aiisses Misses
Irene Itosewntcr, Gilbert,
li . Ruphemla Johnson.
liiariage. Moorehcad,
Pleasures Past.
N
Mr. Russell King of Oakland, Cal.,
gave a motor party Friday evening, fol
lowed by a dinner at tho Henshaw. Tho
party Included:
Misses
Mabelln King,
Grace M. Duffack,
Messrs.
A. W. Munroo,
J. A. Droka.
other guest at tho affair and gave a
short talk, telling of the work to bo done
within tho next year in the state. If the
women of the state are to bo given the
ballot.
Dr. Adda Itawlston was assisted by'
Mrs. Gcorgo Copper and soveral other
South Omaha women and members of
the local nnd state suffrngo society.
Good Bill Down for
Empress This Week
Misses
Adeline Sherwood,
uarriei ecnuuz,-
Messrs.
Russell King,
aiarry Poole,
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Miss Mary McAdams tins gone to Chi
cago to visit relatives for two months.
Mrs. James W. Cosgrovo and children
have gone to St. Joseph to visit Mrs.
Cosgrove's mother.
Miss Jdayme Hutchinson left Saturday
for Toronto, Canada, to spend most of
the summer w(th friends.
Miss Alice Donahue of Cornell, In., Is
visiting her aunt, Mtb. W. T. Dohan, 1121
North Seventeenth street.
airs, uscar p. Goodman ond Miss
Gladys Goodman nre In Hlghwood. N. J..
where they will spend tho month of July.
Eugene Duval has gone to Lennox.
Mien., on a visit to his mother. On his
return he will be accompanied by Mrs.
Duval, who Is In Illinois.
Mrs. B. Kreymberg and daughter, Miss
Kmma, will leave Monday for Colorado
Springs and Estes Park, Colo,, whero
they will spend n month.
Miss Ethel Tukey Is attending tho Delta
uamma sorority convention In Niagara.
N. Y nnd will visit several friends In
the east before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ferguson sailed Jnne
15 for England to visit relatives. Mr. Fer
guson's mother, who resided in England,
died two days before they landed In Great
Britain.
Allan Tukey will return home Monday
morning from Dartmouth, whore he grad
uated last week. He Is spending a few
days visiting his sister, Mrs. Harry Dy
ram, In Evanaton, III.
Captain John Shaw of the State. War
and Navy building at Washington. D. C,
In the' guest of his son, James A. Shaw,
and Mrs. Shaw at their home, 4816 Web
ster street. Captuln Shaw is a hrothor
of Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, who Is presi
dent of the National Woman's Suffrage
society.
Personal Gossip.
Miss Pearl Rockefeller has charee of
tho French and German departments In
tho summer school at Crelchton unl.
verslty.
Mrs. Costigan is
Guest of Honor at
Suffragists' Tea
Mrs. Edward Costigan of Denver was
the speaker of the afternoon and gutat
of honor at a 4 o'clock suffrage tea given
ny tne Bouth Omaha Suffrage league at
the home of Dr. Adda Rawlston of South
Omaha yesterday, Mrs. Costigan, who
Is president of the Denver Woman's
club, spoke of the suffrage movement In
Denver and the good moral effect the
women of Colorado were having upon
politics. -
Mrs. Costigan Is a firm believer In
woman s suffrage and says that the
women of Colorado now avail themselves
thu privilege of the ballot and consider
It a matter of duty.
Mrs. Draper Smith, president of the
Nebraska Suffrage association, was an-
AMU8I3MI2NTS.
ASIU812MENTS.
OMAHA ONoEm?rY THFS JULY 15
SHOW GROUNDS, JOIh and Paul Sis. Ul-W.j WWi.i IU
THE B16GEST OF ALL THE BIG SHOWS
BUT DIFFERING FROM ALU THE REST
PRESENTING mm111 f lllll'il"Hn C3EXa OAffjQl
SOMETHING
ENTIRELY
DISTINCT
AND
NEW
S3 3T
W TWI
IKAt tCETIUIErfU
The big holiday bill at tho Empress be
ginning today, Is headed by "The Groat
Saxton," a feature strong man act that
Is spoken very well of throughout tho
country. Saxton Is the marvel of a great
family of German athletes and does some
feats that aro astounding, Indeed. Little
Miss Arnle Saxton, who works In the act,
Is a girl very little abovo the average
build, but Is another wonder tlso. Bhe
lifts weights of 100 pounds or more with
out even frowning, In splto of her rather
slight appearnnco. Murray IC Hill, one
of vaudeville's favorito monologlsts, Is
booked ns a secondary attraction and his
work has pleased evnryono for a nurnlxir
of years. Tho Musical Haywards ixa the
last of a series of musical acts that were
booked by tho management of tin IC-u.
press theater, after it had been found
that tho people of Omaha tpprco-nted
this type of entertainment to, perhaps, a
greater extent than any other city In this
part of the country. Raymond & Hall
will appear In a very clever little dancing
skit. Tho regular showing of photo plnys
will completo tho bill. A special feature
Iplcture is shown on the first half of the
wee ic, ana also tne news weeKiy ot cur
rent events.
SUFFRAGE SOCIETY TO MEET
WEDNESDAY IN THE PARK
The Omaha Suffrage association will
meet Wednesdny afternoon In Hanscom
park at 3 o'clock. It was decided that tho
meeting for the summer will be held In
tho parks.
A Cruel Mistake
Is to neglect, a cold or cough Dr
King's New Discovery cures them and
may prevent consumption. CO and $1.00.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
The Coolest
Place in Town
To Eat
FOODS THE HEST. PRICES
REASONAWiE.
Try our
CAKES.
extra fine PECAN
Kuenne's Bakery
BOO BIA70K
Will KUQHTS,
Heroic Horsemansbip
VALOIOIS EXPLOITS
NOVEL
FEATURES
SPORTS AND
PASTIMES OF
ALL NATIONS,
AN ENDLESS
CHAIN OF
STARTLING
SURPRt
AH EXHIBIT(oKTHAT ACTUALLY
MEANS SOMETHING
RISING GENERATIONS
ILLUSTRATING THE PROGRESS 6f OVIUZATION
FROM THE PYRAMIDS TO THE PRAIRIES
two yxoroBHAiroEs daxly raut ok SHirra a aits i r. it
Admission (Including Seat), 60 o. Children Under 9 Tsars, Half Vrlo.
All Heats Protected from Sun and Rain by Immense Canvas Canopy. Grand
Btand Chairs (Including admission), tl.OO, will bo on sale day of Exhibition at
Down Town Ticket Office, UYEBS-XlZUOlff SBUCt CO., 16th and rarnam StB.
THE
SHOW
WITH A
THOUSAND
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DARfNCJ DEEDS
HISTORIC EIENTS
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PAST An PRESENT
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HUGE DtsnjCTs
A TREMENDOUS HIT!
DON PHILIPPINES
GRAND SYMPHONY BAND
Of 40 Artists with Mmo. Susanna Xtshman, Soprano Soloist.
Lake Manawa
Have you btard it yst? If yon liavs you'll want to hear It again. Th
bast band that has played Itsrs for years.
Concerts (until July 5th) every afternoon and evening at 2:30, 4:10,
8 15 and 10:00 p. m. Re-iorved seats, 10c.
ADMISSION TO PARK FREE
Bathing, Boating, Dancing and Stkny Amusement Berloes.
Reduced rate round-trip tickets to Manawa for sale at down-town
drug store and cigar stores. Adults, 25c; Children, 15a
Week of Sunday, June 29th
Mj Sandow's Suptrlor.
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H MM Original Sonologist.
I I RAYMOND & HALL
BR IJ 01Tr Sanosrs.
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H H ffotLDi hiwb winner. y.
W H Cool, Olsan and Oomfortabls.
MATIITEES DAXX.Y
Week H tart luff Today
KRUG
REAL BURLESQUE
Bxtra MX1. I. AMAH CIA Extra
World's Orsatcst OrUntal Dancer.
Note Prices: Evenings 10c-20c-30c-50o
Matinees 10c-20c-30c
KRUG PARK
Every Afternoon and Evening
Until July 18,
OIRIOILLO CONCERT
BAND
33 ARTISTS 33
Assisted by .Madame FarlnclU
nnd Other Soloists.
SPEDIAI, On Wednesday Brining,
Jnly 2, the band will play popular
sslsctloss only.
Admission to Park Always 10c
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BASE BALL
OMAHA vs TOPfiKA
Rourke Park
JVXTB &7 38 89.
Friday Juns 37 Z.aUes Say.
Oars sav 16th and Farnam at 8 145.
OABCEB OAiliED AX 3 T. 2C.
The Chesapeake Restaurant
1008.10 Howard St.
Special Sunday Table d'Hote Dinner
From 11 A. M. to 8 P. M.
50c and 00c
June 20, 1013.
CHRIS. Qlt'EENHAGEN, Manager
Dont Wait
for opportunity; create tt
yourself by Judlcloafl nae of
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