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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1913.
M'KELYIE AND CONSTITUTION Lieutenant tfovernor Trying to Find Way to Make Race. WANTS TO BE GOVERNOR Wonld Sidetrack Alt Other Cnnrtl dntrn In Effort to Lend In Oppo sition' to DerftocrncyV. Offrrlnic. (From a 8tatr Correspondent!) LINCOLK. Nor. .-(Spcclat)-Ts the constitution of Nebraska meai what l ays or does it nr -what It mevi in U" question above ali,tithe-- which It a-ritat-ln people around the ttat hou. 'Some are of the opinion that- when It ays no state officers shall be cHulble for any other cT.Outtva U.ti' office -IuiI'if the term tof which h haa 'betto elected It really means that, while others persist that It did not mean It that way. but o'yhsf no ata(e orleer cquld hold any other state office during the sum ttn for which he was elected. Lieutenant Governor MoKelvle. who was first to throw his hat In the arena for the republican nomination for governor, went on the theory that the latter ve.-slon wos correct. Since the name of State Irene, tirer Walter George haa been mentioned for the same place, Mr. McKelvle now i!e clares the constitution really means what It says and he now proposes to get around that obstacle by resigning as lieu tenant governor to make a try far the nomination. In dofng this Mr. McKelvle proclaims himself as a strong suporter of tne con stitution and thinks he puts, one over on his opponent for the nomination, Senator J. H. Kemp. Senator Kemp Is president pro tern of the senate, and If McKelvIo resigns, will be acting lieutenant trovei nor, and thus possibly Ineligible to the office of governor under the same con stitutional stumbling block that now con fronts Mr. McKelvle. But If Lieutenant Governor McKelvle can qualify himself by resigning so enn Treasurer George, Secretary of Slats "Walt and Attorney General Martin, nil of whom would be not adverse to sitting? In that big leather chair In. the executive offices. , Mr. McKelvle has also changed his mind other thing. When he ran for lieu tenant governor taat fall he was charged with beelng a bull mooser. In an Inter view he now says that there Is notht'.ig W Jay the iull; moos .business, - be hvln that the republican and 1crrot cf ato parties will continue to be the two leading parties of the state and nation. Jfe says alio that he will not seek or'ac qt a nomination under any other parly b.ut the republican party and believes" there will be no fusion Notes from Beatrice and Gage County 'BKATnjCE, Neb., Nov, X-0peclal.)-M a meeting of the directors of the a- County Society .of -Agriculture'teat Friday J, Edward C. Fisher was elected a director to succeed II. W. Hill, who Is scon, to leave the city. lresUet Crun chen awolflt tea men. to represent Oae county at th. fourth annual con, vaUo ot the Nebraska fanners' eon gres whkh will Be KeW In Omaha Ds . IncliWvp. They arel.A. K. KMd, JR. A. NkkeH. Cfewles.-itoftdetN KFt Ur. Dalbey, O, 11. LieWs, Ret), est .PeaaovrsTi M, Ores, C. g. Warre, H. f. Crocker M J A. Baiuara. Tsrlpt at judgment fer U,3W.W MlMt Lul N. MHIer, Krltr ef the Tous-JIh hotel at Wymr, was filed In ftojrfet teurt Friday. The Ju4gmMt was given WlnfioW X. Warren of Valen tine by the district eowt of Cherry county. , While pUvlng basket ball at the Toun Chrtofi association gymnaslunt Friday afternoon Fr Moll slipped and his. right arm in two places. Two marriage occurred here last Thurs day, the contracting parties -being Roy O. Hubbard and Mies Viola Stevens, and Floyd 8. Souder and, Mis Georgia Dot torf. BURLINGTON IS MAKING MORE MONEY IN STATE (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Nov. m. - (8scil.)-The Burlington raUtoad haa fHoc its annual report wHh the State Railway commis sion, and shows that Ms, reeoioto, in Ne braoka for the flecal year ending June J, wore tmm greater than the year previous, wMe ts oporaUng ex ponse were loss than the year be fore. The rood has a greater mlloago In Ne braoka thin in any ether state, 1,173 mUoa, betns; X per cent of the system. The amount of taxes paid In the leading states r as fohows: Nebraska, B.7i JUIaots. jm.tu laws, tm.SU; Missouri. I. Wieconoln. H87.H1; Colorado, I1H.TSL and Wyoming. J171.CI5. There are Ht officer who receive on. an ayerago Ml per day. Clerks receive KM; station agents engineers, ft?! firemen, ft;.; conductors flJS; trainmen, W.75, and trackmen. tt.. During the year thirteen employe and twenty other persons were killed by mov ing trains. Uhtle 201 employes and thirty six other persons wero Injured. The cost per mile of road for the entire system is given at Htws. Following are the figures on operating receipt and expenditure for the year: OPERATING JUjTVRNUES. Freight receipts.. U,eu,K)0 tiusi Passenger rovenu B.6M.SS! 7$J 6J9.KS1 653 III Express W.ftg !M,2Z3 Totals .t30.Ml.454 120.692.008 OPEItATINQ tSCPISN 8 E8. Maintaining way and 01iilng , tI.9T4.434 t S.1M.433 Malntalnlnor equlpmt.. J. 476,497 S,tJ8.J Traffic .exponae 831.90J M7.TV7 TransporuVn exp'nse.. t.iiT.n .7.aa Genera) expense... (6,318 499.S24 Totals ............. ...tO,K6, 433 tl3.M8.S08 The Perstetent ano; Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising is the Road to Business Success. OLIP THIS js btibjiju m Thirty-Two Farmers' Institutes Will Be Held in December LINCOLN. Nov. 30. Tho extension serv ice of the College of Agriculture an nounces that the December dates have been set Meetings will be held at thirty ;two points In the state, making a total of iflity-three days work for the rnonth, Thirty of these points arc farmers' In htltutes and two of the points ore short courtes. The farmers of the stale have their fall work welt along and the corn Is mostly harvested. December Is tisually o good' month shXaras weather conditions are concerned, .and. reports from the In stitute officers Indicate that the interest could not be better. The meetings held so far in Novembef show nn Increase Bf about 10 per cent In attendance above that of last year. , The total for the season so far show that during October, November ahd De cember, seventy Nebraska Points will havo agricultural meetings. And that there will bo a total of 1J5 days' work. This docs not Include the special meetings or the meetings held In the counties by the farm demonstrators, neither does It In clude the work of the Hoys' and Girls clubs or the Women's clubs. The department Is having to refuse many towns making, requests for short courao work. It 1s impossible to secure suitable short course Instructors, and hence some towns which are ready for the work have to be denied for the time being. Tho short course work Is meeting with a great deal of Interest and is un doubtedly the logical outgrowth of the farmers' Institute. Dates for December follow: TTmmam tn.tl.iii.. n n -1 .1.1 . . f . . 2; Arnold. 3: Calloway. 4: Mil er. I: Am. herst, i Ileatrlce, -10; Arcadia, 3; Loup niy. i: uanneorog. &: Jietnanv nam at. church (Hampton), 6; Sareent, 1-2; Union nan (Ldnenyj, s; Virginia. ii; iwiaton, 13; Dlller, ' 13. Atklneon, 9-10; Page, 9: HUnton,.lMli IVlaner. 11-Mi West Point 1M3; Weening Water, IT; Vnlon, Have- iock, ii; Mpringneirt, ib-soj iiordvuie, 15-1: Polk, 16-n: Btromahurg, 17-18; IUs- in viijr, ut-iv; iwesiont J-a. , Short Courses Central City. ..! lite. ter, 16-19. Harding Must Face Charge' of Robbery CENTRAL CITY. Neb.. Nov. . fHne. clal Telagram.Woe fl. Harding, young Insurance writer of this city, will face, the federal court on n eharan nf (llno' r letter pouch delivered here, last Tuesday evening oy paaaenger train no. is. Bearcn of his rooms this afternoon by the sheriff resulted in the discovery . of a mileage dook wnien, tno authorities state, was enclosed in a reglttered letter carried In the stolen pouch. For several days Harding was under suspicion and was closely watched by de tectives. Tho day following the theft Harding was a passenger from Omaha and Is sold to have presented to the conductor a mileage book made out to Rev. V. EL Shirley of this city. A It was known t that mlleare book had been sent Mr. Shirley In the pouoh whloh. was stolen, datoctlvaa were imn on Harding' trail. Upon his return to thin riiv hi rnriVa. meats were closely watched until yes- eraoy, wnen it wa thought sufficient evidence had been gained to Justify hi arrest. Vhorlff getldder. whehad hlm.ln turned his prisoner over to Virtntrin in. speetor Rl. Harding was taken tr urana iwarw to await trial. To date letters taken from the pouch have not been discovered. HardJnr U , m year of age and ha been a resident of ims etty about a year. He Vint m.r- ried a d has no relative reoMlnr hero. SCHOOL. COMMISSION ASKS TIPS ON NEW LAWS LINCOLN, Nov. 30. (SpeelaU-Tlie state sohool commission finds itself serving the public without pay end with (no money to get before the people. They there fore ask that the newspaper give them an occasional chance to talk about thtlr trouble and submit the following a a tarter: To all citlsena of Nebraska lntereatnA In tho publlo schools: The last few years thera lia tun general' rxiblle Interest In aohont affair ana many valuable suggestions have come jrum u source proposing improvements In school condlUons. The last legislature Was so overwhelmed with rinwi nt sohool law bills that they requested the Kuvwmir 10 appoint, a commission to make a thorough Investigation and pre sent to the leslstatura h ravuinn r k. school law that wttl best meet the present day domands. We, the undersigned, members of the comm salon, respectfully ask you as pub- ru 'pniin vnnvna a give us any sug. gostkms you way have for the better ment Of PUbllO 'schools, torether wllh your reasons therefor. Please address all uimiuinuof IO MISS Kflltn A. Mth rop. secretary State School Law commis sion, Lincoln, Neb. DEATH RECORD. John S. Griffin. REATniCE. Neb,. Nov. 30.-rRni.rll John 8. Griffin, who was stricken with paralysis In his saloon nt Darnestun Wednesday morning, died suddtnly Thurs- -.. .i.t ... i i . nituuui miiunins consciousness, Mr. Griffin was 40 years of age and leaves a wiaow ana one son. The body was taken to Dennlson. la., laat Friday for burial, Nairn from Table Rock. TABLE ROCK. Neb.. Nnv. ftlfan.- clal.)-The folowlng Thanksgiving wed ding are reported of people In this vi cinity: D. T. Meeker, who lived three or four miles south of here for and Mrs. Ceaey, widow of the late John Casey of Pawnee Cltyi Will T. Clema ana anas ioy Cochran, living wat at here in the Stelnauer vicinity; Henry Carter of this Dlace. and mim n.... Alderman, who Uvea K miles north nf nere; and Lester HerdUtchka, and Miss Goldle Myers, who live some five miles east of here. Uncle John. P. Lore of DuBols. some twelve miles south of here, who sottled there fifty-seven years ago, has Just eels, brated his 92th birthday anniversary. Chicken thieves are again at work in OOUPON this vicinity Mrs. J D. Cox, living our miles west of here, recently suffered the loss of about 140 birds. Alexander Alkins. living southeast of here some five miles, reports tho loss of about three doxen birds. Lincoln Church in Need of Pastor (From ft Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN, Nov. 30. SpeclaD-Though Lincoln Is noted far and wide as a city of churches, under which Influence It de rived the name of tho "Holy City," there Is one church within Its borders which haa for some time been unable to get n pastor suitable to some of it members, and people on the outside have wondered why It Is so. .Some time ago the church had an ac tive pastor. He was a good man and for many months he sought to convert sinners out of the church and In the church from their evil ways. But un fortunately for him he fearlessly fought "Demon Rum" and advocated that Lin coln should be and remain a dry city. Soon ho was compelled to accept a call from some other city. It Is said that since tho dismissal of the former regular pastor, who believed In the dry principle, several men have received a call to come to the church and each time after accepting the Invitation have backed out at tho last minute. It is also said that when William en nlngs Bryan was a member of this church he offended some of the leading mem bers by his advocacy of certain religious principals and they made It so unpleasant for him that ho withdrew. When Wood row Wilson was here during the lae campaign for the presidency, Instead of taking him to the big downtown church, Mr. Bryan took him to the little church near Falrvlew, and there was much dis appointment I nthe big church downtown, which fully expected to have the honored visitor attend their services that Sunday A call was Issued to a well known pas tor of Iowa City to como to Lincoln and take the pastorate of the church, and it Avas thought he would accept, but yes tcrdny ho wired that he positively would not come. ShellenbergerHeld Guilty by Jurors AUBURN, Neb., Nov. 30. (Special Tele gram.) A verdict of guilty was returned last night at 9:30 o'clock In the case of the state against Fuller Shallenberger, ao cused of the murder of Julian Bauhaud In 1899. Tho Jury was out three hours and a half. EXCUSE FOE LIFT IN PEIOE OF MEAT SEEN BYPAOKERS (Continued from Pnge One.) the packers might continue to placo at least a part of the burden on the com mission houses and shipper. This Is to have them employ their own inspectors, who would tag; any stock thought suspicious. Then,' they could pur chase the offerings, takjng the marked stock .subject to the, post mortem inspec tion, or could refuse to purchase the lot until, the marked ene had been, removed irom mi tob ..I.. The paeker have found the lot iram government inspection, at Chicago, where they stand the entire less, a heavy one. It was reported from the Bureau of Ani mal Industry, department of meat inspec tion, nt the Union Stock yards, last week that the proportion of loss on beet was something- over 3 per cent. Hear Loss Hearr, Among hog the rate, of Iom was close to SV4 per cent Mutton and lambs showed a lower proportion. The loss at the Chicago packing houses Is higher than at the other packing center because of the large number of dairy cows and southern cattle received at this market Packers oftentimes are compelled to stand big losses from having apparently prime animal condemned at post mortem examination. One of ths government inspector told of a esse at, the Chicago yards last week: A shipment of blooded steers was bid for by practically every large packing house in the yards. The shipment topped Jhe market for tho day. There wa no out ward sign but that the stock was in prime condition. Yet upon post mortem examination the carcasses of more than i" per cent of these animals were con. demned because of tuberculn!. RADICALS IN BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL SCORE SEATTLE, Wash.. Nov, .-Th build- Ing tradea department of the American Federation of Labor adopted today, thirty-six to thirty-five, a constitutional amendment, which will substitute for thn present elected executive council a board composed of rtne member from eaoh af filiated organisation, the president and secretary-treasurer to have a voice, but not a vote, on matters before the board. This is a radical departure from thfi former policy of the department It wan vigorously opposed by President James Duncan of the granite cutters, who Is first vice president of the American Fed eration of Labor. The radicals followed their victory by electing Thomas J. Williams, a tile layer of Pittsburgh, president qver James A- Short William J. Spencer of Washlnx. ton. D. C, was re-elected secretary-treas urer. ZI0N CHURCH NOW HAS SERVICES IN ENGLISH Yesterday was the first 8unday of the Advent season In the Lutheran eharch and the services at the ZIon Evangelical Lutheran church, Thirty-sixth and La fayette. marked the advent of English as the official church language, as well as marking the beginning of the Advent season In the church. For the first time In Its history the congregation held Its morning servlve In the English language Instead of In Swedish. Hereafter English will bo used at all Sunday services. Swedish being used at only the Thurs day evening meetings hereafter. "The Glory of the Kingdom of Christ" was the topic, used in the morning by the new pastor, Rev. A. T. Lorimer. In the evening he preached an Advent, sermon- from a text In Genesis xl:lO, "Shlloh." The Persistent a&d Judicious Use of Business Success. Bnsck Carlisle's 1014 Captain. CARLISLE. Pa.. Nov. B.-Aniuiim.. 5.'t was made tonight of the election of of next year's Carlisle Indian foot ball eleven. Busch Is a member of th Pomo inn. CAPABLE FLEET FOR EACH OCEAN NEEDED, SAYSMR. DANIELS (Continued from Pa9 One.) of opposition to the progressive plans of that able body of naval statesmen, but because It Is deemed Wise to suggest a budget that" will be wltnin the resources of our government. It Is the duty of the naval experts to make such recom- jmendatlons as their experience and I training dictates. It Is the duty of the ! head ,of- the department to urge only such appropriations as It Is believed con gress can grant within the limits of lta probable Income. That has been- tho con trolling mbtlve in aU the recommenda tions which are contained In the esti mates .for the Navy department "The building program recommended by the general board contemplated construc tion of four battleships, sixteen destroy ers and one destroyer tender, eight sub marines and ono tender,- two oilers, two gunboats, one 'transport, ono supply ship and one hospital ship." Henann for Panne. In endorsing a naval holiday the secre tary says: "The growing cost of dreadnoughts, of powder and of everything that makes an efficient navy give reason for pause. This heavy expenso commands national and International consideration. The naval appropriation has doubled in thir teen years, and yet this country has not joined the expensive competition and raco for over-large navies to the same extont as have some other great nations. Ten years ago our largest battleship cost 15,382,000. Tho noxt dreadnaught will cost tH.044,000. When Is this accelerating ex penditure to be reducedT "Naval programs announced by the na tions already having the largest navies, nnd the etltrnheo Into the building of dreadnaughts by nations which havo not hitherto burdened their people with the expense of large battleships. Indicates that tho end la not yet. No single nation with large interests can safely take n vacation' in the building of battleships That much to be desired vacation must come through concerted action. If It is not hastened by appeals for the peace ful settlement, of national differences tho day Is not far distant when tho growing burden of taxation for excessive war and taval expenditures will coll a halt." : Vacation" la. Needed. "Tho -suggestion of a vacation for one year In battleship building has met with hearty approval and I venture the earnest hope that this will Dear fruit In a well considered plan by navy-bul!dlng nations not to let the unnecessa-y competition go to further lengths. It is manifestly not possible for the proposed cessation in battleship construction to lie declared at once. It Is not a vacation we need, but a permanent policy to rruard aga'nit r Pure Beer an aid to sleep Get Schlitz in Brown Bottles That Made Milwaukee Famous. extravagant and needless expansions, Any vacation proposed would, of course, take Into account the conditions in govern ment navy yards and In prl7ate estab lishments where battleship are"uu1lt un der contract The whole force la ut pres ent concentrated 'In building shirs for which material ha been purchnsndl Time should be given for shipbuilders to obtain commercial orders s6 as not to asit ship builders to Incur loss. Conference' Snitffrstril. "I venture to recommend that the .war and navy officials nnd other representa tives of all the nations be Invited to hold a conference to discuss whether they can not agree upon a plan for lessening tho cost of preparation for war. It is rec-os-nlred that the desired end of competitive building, carried on under whip and spur, could not be effective without agreement between great nations. It ought not to bo difficult to secure an agreement by which navies will bo adequate without btjlng overgrown and without Imposing ovcrheavy taxation upon the Industry of n nation. I truat the tentative suggestion for a naval holiday by the strongest of tho powers will bo debated and the mat ter seriously considered by an Interna tional conference looking to reduction of the ambitious and costly plans for navy Increase. I trust that this country will take the' Initiative and that steps will be taken by a conference of all the lowers to discuss reduction of the heavy cost of the army and navy." Immediate acquirement and operation of oil wells and refineries to furnish fuel for the navy, government manufacture of armor, more naval chaplains, bettor educational facilities for enlisted men and a graduated retirement law aro tho other chief recommendations. Government Knctorles Urged. The secretsry thinks that the time has come when the navy should be freed from excessive prices charged by pri vate manufacturers of armor plate, guns and gun forglngs, powder, torpedoes and other supplies nnd munitions, so he rec ommends appropriations for an armor Plate factory and an Increase In the gun factory, tho powder factory and the tor pedo works. He refers to his efforts to secure reasonable prices from the armor companies, nnd assorts that without Its own plant the government would be at the mercy of three manufacturers In tlmo of war. History does not warrant nn assumption, he adds, that the patriotism of these companies will prove superior to their deslro for profits. The report com ments upon contracts made by the com panies to supply foreign navies with armor eft prices much below those charged their own government, and di rects particular attention to tho fact that they at prcsont supply armor for the Japanese cruster Haruna at JtCO.SS a ton while charging K04 to $440 a ton for armor for the American battleship No. 33. Ton cli I ne: Price of Oil. Tho recommendation regarding oil wells and refineries follows the transformation of modern navies from coal to oil burners. The report say the price of Hops are tonical and sop orific. A bottle of pure beer at bedtime will ben efit you greatly. But be sure it's pure. Schlitz is brewed in the dark, cooled in filtered air.eveiy bottle sterilized.aged for months to prevent biliousness. The windows of our bottling plant are of brown glass. Schlitz is made pure and the Brown 'Bottle keeps it pure until it is poured into your glass. Sec that crown or cork is branded "ScMite." he Beer . i oil Is steadily creeping upward. Is now twice as much as In 1311, and will bo a staggering Item In the expense ac count of the navy in the future unless tho navy controls Its own wells. There fore, Mr. Daniels urges, by the time the Panama canal Is opened, the navy should be producing Its own oil from Its pe troleum reserves In the Elk Hills and Buena Vista fields of California; Its re. fineries should be In operation: oil lands should be leased In the mid-continent fields and oil tanks eroded at various ports. The report declares thst too much money has been spent ashore for build ings, and too little for docks and war ships though no definite recommendations are made for the location of new docks pending the building of "an adequate and well proportioned navy." Culls from the Wire The senate confirmed the nomination of U E. Pihkham of Massachusetts to be, governor of Hawaii by a vote of 28 to 24. Tho appointment of Henry M. Plndell. the Peoria (III.) publisher, was not acted on. Samuel L. Harris,, president, and J. G. Thalaker. secretory-treasurer of the Cap ital Security company, with home offices In Norfolk, Vo., were arrested In Norfolk on Indictments found against them In Fargo, N. D., charging misuse of the malls. A new labor organization, bound by Its constitution' to oppose strikes and uphold the arbitration method of settling dis putes and to favor a graduated, rather than a uniform, wage scale, was char tered In the circuit court at Kansas City yesterday. esty lined duck blankets are built strontrfor hard wear. The mate rials are all selected for their strength and durability. Each partis strong and honest. Die, roomy storm blsnkets, with high yoke necks, double adjust able snap strap and buckle front fasteners. heavy kersey fabric lined. S4.00. Other stylet. f3.R0. tn- Web bound stable blankets, with two attached surcinrles, 13.50. GuaranteeTar on each warrants the wear a full rear or a new blanket free. Sold by horse goods dealers everywhere. Bests) B-luket Company, eataha, rich. Phones: Doug. 1597; Ind. A aoaa Schliti Bottled Deer Depot 723 S. 9th Street, Omaha, Mebr. Phone 424 Hv. Gerber, 101 S. Main St, Council Blufia a StBBBBBBBBBBBS aaaaaa-- Omeffa Oil Rheumatism and Lumbaefo The first thing to do, if you suffes from Rheumatism or Lumbago, is to rub the aching parts with Omega Oil; then soak a piece of flannel with tho oil, lay it over the place that hurts and cover with a piece of oiled silk. This treatment usually gives relief and is worth trying. Trial bottle ioc Uncle (tarn aaysi "keep clean with lnfitTlduai towels.' The federcl buildings are now bo supplied. Our sanitary towel case Is the last word In towel service. The towels are kept( In a conven ient closed cute. When used, ttioy slide out of si glit in the box belo-v Cannot b lost or thrown about o used for other pur poses. The cost lsr very small. Let us give you the price. Omaha Towel Supply 807 Bo. llth St. Office For Rent The large room on ground floor of Bee Building, oc cupied by the Havens. White Coal Co. ' Nice Farnam street front age. About 1,500 squaro feet of floor space with large vault. Extra en trance from court of the building. Fine office fixtures are of. fered for sale. Apply to N. P. Foil, Bee office. Colds. WeakLunss. Cough. Weak Throats. Ayer's tJi - Sold for 70 years. As Your Doctor. kSflfc: Whose Children's Birthday Today? Tho Beo'a "Little Folk Birth day Book" answers that question every day for your boy and girls. AMUSI29IRNTS. Bsvotsd to Strtotly Clean, Glassy TWICE DAILY wic Mat.Today SOSB SVSELL Prssents Ths Xtest and Greatest Star, JOHNNIE WEBER LONDON BELLES "THE RISING SON if Tb Blffftrt Lang-hint Two Acts Za ICusloal BurUsque. BEAUTY CHORUS IELLES OKAR HEADER! Without hla tamoui, hlh.p!tehd. Elslntlre err thtt InrarUb! wirct oft I. lormtnlcrt. ba wouldn't ha Johnnla W.br but b. hu It lth blra. mor. convincing in! funnltr thin .var. Til. coatumea and taia aaltlnga an d.llchta. S- I JOHNSON. Uit. Oijuj. Mrs. J. W. Kortsnssn, 688 If. Sana Ht say 1 "The Oaystr Is calls Omaha's Fun C.ut.r becaoas all they run Is clean, classy run." Svsnlntrs, Sunday ft Holiday seats., loo, SSo, 60o and 76o &yMATS. 15c and 25c Cttw tam t jou Ilk, but no amoklai. X.ADIXS' - - at Asnr win TZOXST8 -Vr' DAY KATIXXB Bibr Carrlac. Gam. ta th. Lobar. BRANDEIS THEATER Tonlffht, Tuesday and Wednesday, Wednesday Matin... JOSEPH HAXTIiKY la "WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE" Company of 70, Including MAT VOKES Prices: Xlffnts. 91.80 to OSes Xatl- ins. 91.00 to 8flo. . AMERICAN THEATER Matinees Thuradsy and Saturday Evsry wight This Wssk American Theater Stock Co., In THE WAY TO KENMARE The last week of stork company Fries I 10c, SSo, 3So, 800. TXTUSFKOaTB SOOa&AK 454. Mat. Srery T. 3'"! Sry Hight, 8:16 ADVAHCED VAUDEVILLE Thla vk tSWMa Marb.w and Bllll. Tarlor. Elu Bu.C(r KWnoaxan a.4 E4varda. Loula llardt lAlman'a Eurcpu Noialty , Charu A Dtlmor and Ucn U(ht Jack McLallre anl Mar Carson, and 8pecla! Future Picture "So pbt' Hro." PtIcm: VtatlnM aallarr, lOe; but aula ( Oct Bat. aol gua-1. tic. Klsbta. 10c, S. (9C Til. I IFfcoa Bong, 596. ' . 1