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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, .lANt'ARY 0. 19U. These Interesting Bargains Clearing Sale of Colored Washable Curtin Scrim 45c Scrims 29c Fine Marquisettes and Voiles Dainty colored; bor ders, fast washable colors, values to 45c January sale price, 29c a yard. 30c Scrims 19c Good quality printed curtain scrims, regu lar 30c quality, Janu ary sale pride 19c a yard. 15c and 18c Scrims 10c 36-in. printed scrims, fast washable colors, all colors, values to 18c a yard, January sale price 10c a yard. Women's Dressing Sacques Regular 59c values, while they last, 39c Basement. MOYER GOES BACK TO HANCOCK TO TESTIFY BEFORE GRAND JURY (Continued from Page One.) the. Oa-sertlons mado by union represent! 'tlvea yesterday, ' Attorney Ileeso, chief counsel for tho t"Mumet and Itccla answers the question .that officials of the un!6n were forced I to call tho strike by Insistence of tho tank and flic, .and said that .the con. ntltutlontot $h -Western Federation pro. iVlded that .any strlko proposition must 'be nrst considered by Iho executive board ht the orfcafiUftllon beforo It Is submitted id a referendum vote. Ite said that the icompantcs wero Dot hoitllo to union labor, lbut that they would not deal with unions hvhtch reafchd' class hatred. ( Attitude of Kmployers. Allan Recde, chlef'counsel for tho com .panics, responded. Wo said tho cpmrnunt I cations from the unions had failed to state- grievance nnd each management undertook to ascertain If the "Western . (Federation of Miners really represented the employes of tho company. One company found 171 of their men desiring to be represented by the union and somo 2.39) on tho negative side. All I told, ha aatd, less than 25 per cent of I the employes of the district were found to be members of the federation and on that showing the companies declined to consider tho federation us an authorised i agent for the men. Mr. Iteese reviewed tho opening Incl ( dents of the strike, saying that the close organization of the union men enabled I them to stop all work ut the mines be cause there was then no adequato pro I vision for preserving peace. The resumption of work under protec tion of the stato troops, to whom he paid a tribute, was told by Mr. neeso and i he, said It was due to the, "bacK-to-work" movement initialed at tne trammel ana Ilecla, Tho fact that a big majority of the employes wUhed to work, confirmed the companies In their decision to have nothing to do with the federation, ho said. "Plans for arbitration from Clarenco Darrow, the governor's office and the federal Department of Labor all con- talned proposals that tho arbitration In elude the question of recognition of the federation and for that reason were de clined," said Mr. Iteese, Ten TkoHHSBtl Men at Work. The attorney satd that about 10.000 men I arc at work, of whom l.KB havo been tm- only on condition that the companies would not permit any federation man, as fcuch. to enter the mines. Ho tiald that It ivouid be Impossible to obtain harmonious ;work between union anad non-union men. The altitude of the workmen anq citi zens generally mado it lmposlblo for the Icctnpanlea to recede Iri the' least from 'their determination tH&to, recognise the federation. The. companies arc still will ing to take back suchmcmbera of the ,rank and filo as havo remained out be cause "misled by extravagant statements and promises." The operators, however, felt they had waited long enough. Mr. Iteese denied tha any tfme limit .for the return of the strikers had been I set Thereupon the governor asked abqut I the eviction suits, .and Mr. Itceao ex plained that writs had boen served be (cause the companies were not In the Ouch! Backache, Rub Out Lumbago Rub pain away with a small trial bottle of old "St. Jacobs Oil" Vhn your back IS sore and lame or lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism has you stiffened up, don't suffer) Oct a small trial bottle of old, honest "tit. Jacobs Oil" at any drug store, pour a little In your hand and rub It right. Into the pain or ache, and by the time you count fifty tha soreness and lameness Is gone. Pont stay crippled! This soothing, penetrating oil needs to be used only once. It takes the ache and pain right . out and ends the misery- it I magical, yet absolutely harmless nd doesn't burn "the skin. Nothing else stops lumbago, sciatic and lame back misery so promptly and surely. It sever dlappolntsl Advertisement. A Dependable Stock of Fashionable Apparel for Women at Prices Decidedly Reduced. For Tomorrow (Friday): Coats, Suits, Dresses,. Skirts at January Sale Prices. ' . v 11 i i i The Fur Shop offers exclusive re liable furs at prices greatly reduced. Ladies' Bath Robes at the following reduction All $4.25, $3.95 and $3.75 $2.65. There are about three dozen. Sale Fine Hemstitched Linen Sheets $7.50 90x00 Linen Sheets, each. . . X . 5.00 $G.OO 90xOG Linen Sheclfveaalu . . . .' ;..".,. .$4.44 $4.50 74Jx!)G Linen Sheets, each 3.19 $3.70 72x9(5 Linen Sheets, each 2.98 HOWARD W AND SIXTEENTH STREETS house renting business and the homes were needed for actual employes. The Calumet and Ilecla had started none of these eviction suits and thero had been no forcible or actual evictions by . pny company so far as he know. Tho 'only case he could recall was one In which Andrew P. Kangus of Winona was dis possessed after he had seemingly gono away from the district with his" family, but had left his goods In the house. The fumlturo was being cared for, he said. Kangus told his side of the affair at tho Union's hearing yesterday. Carnegie Gives . Ten Millions tp His Native Town NEW YOKK. Jan. S.Andrew Carneglo recently reduced his fortune by $10,000,000, It became known today In making a gift of that amount to the Carnegie Unltod Kingdom Trust In Dumferllne, Scotland, At a recent meeting of .the trustees' of this trust the fact was disclosed that Mr. Carnegfe's gift of $10,060,000 In bonds of tho United States Steel corporation designed for the fund had been regis tered In the !namo of the Corneals Dum ferllne trust, which is distributing Mr. Carnegie's generous benefactions In his old homo town. Steps wero taken to have the bonds transferred to the United Kingdom trust. This means that Mr, Carnegie further curtailed his personal fortune to the ex tent of $10,090,000 Instead of calling upon the Carnegie Corporation of New York, In which he has set apart millions to supply benevolent funds.' Mr, Carnegie last night said that he felt the gift would be appreciated more If It camo from his own pocket than from the New York corporation. First National Bank of Pensacola Closes rENGACOI-A, Fla., Jan. l-Fallura of tha First National bank of Pensucola to open Its doors for business today was ex plained by Its officials aa duo to the withdrawal yesterday of accounts of a number of depositors. These withdrawals. It was said, probably resulted from the fact that Crow, Itudolph St Co., Liverpool lumber brokers, had Issued a statement of. Its Inability to pay drafts for appar ently $600,000 held by the bank. Other local banks wero not affected and their officials said, they were prepared to meet any emergency. WASHINGTON, Jan. S.-The comptrol ler of the currency early today dispatched & national bank .examiner, to pensacola, Via., to look Into tho affairs of tho First National bank of Pensacola, which failed to open Its doors today. No detailed In formation aa to the cause of the cessa tion of business by the bank has reached the Treasury department. The last re- port on the condition ot the bank showed!.1"! mmiV? F!Be CM iu!. before n00n its capital at 1500,000; deposits, 11,319,783; gross assets, $2,DS1,S00. BRYAN AT CHICAGO LAUDS PRESIDENT "SOME MORE" CHICAGO. Jan. s.-Secretary ot State Ilryan. In an address tonight to the Chi cago Ileal Estate board, praised President Wilson as tho leader and Insplrer ot leg islation for the Common weal. His sub- Ject was "The New Km, In American Pol itics." "Wo have a progressive president and no obstruction to immediate legislation remains except the ancient rules ot the senate, which permits the active minor ity to extend debate almost Indefinitely," said Mr. Dry an. President Wilson follows his con science and Is In sympathy with the masses, thus combining the two necesr sary qualities of a leader." Secretary Ilryan left Chicago tonight for Toledo, O., where he Is scheduled to make an address tomorrow. NANSEN'S BROTHER WILL DEFEND MISS HERMAN CimiBTIANIA. Norway. Jan. 8-AIx-ander Nansen, a brother of Frldtjof Nan- sen, the Norwegian explorer, was today retained io defend Miss Charlotte Her man, the companion ot Ferdinand Plnney Earle, the American painter. Earle Is In 4all here charged with abducting Har old Katie, his son by his first wife. Miss Herman's case la to be treated separately from that of Earle For Tomorrow Friday Light Sentences Proposed for Two German Officers STRASSnuna, Germany, Jnn. 8. "Very light sentences" were proposed to- day by the prosecutor in tho cases of the Gorman officers now under trial for Ille gal assumption of authority In connection with the Zabern Incident. At the conclusion of tha testimony ami the pleas for tho presooutlon and do- fenso the judgo advocate, acting as prose cutor, suggestod that Colonel Von neuter, commander of tho Ninety-ninth Infantry, should be sent to Jail for seven 1 days on tho charge of wrongful Imprisonment. For Lieutenant Schad ho said a sen tence of thrco days In Jail for assault was sufficient. Tha other charges were dropped. Tho verdict Is to be pronounced on Jan uary 10, the samo day as that on tho ap peal Of Lieutenant Baron Von Forstner, who was sentenced to rtj'-thros' days' Imprisonment 011 December 19 for saber Inn .si crippled shoemaker. FAIRFIELD PROFESSOR ROUSES LOVE OF THE SOIL fFrom a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. Jan. 8.-(BpectaU-The study of agriculture In the public schools Is re ceiving enthusiastic attention at Fair field, according to a letter received from that place by Secretary Mellor. A promi nent lawyer of that city has written con cerning tho Interest Prof. Doehr of that place has aroused. He says: This man Doehr Is a corker. He uses most' everything for text bdoks In his school work. Ho uses Implement manu facturers' Catalogues, almanacs, seeds, Deed catulomies. pictures of horses, the stnte fair premium list and many other tnings which many oc us tnrow into tne wasto basket. He has got my boy, who Is taking work tinder him, making collec tions of worms and moths and birds' nesta. I can't lean up against a radiator In the house anywhere without disturbing an agricultural experiment. The boy has planted seeds In cotton on plates and In boxes containing dirt In old pans and other places. These are distributed all over the house on the various radiators, whore tho heat will cause them to sprout.1 State Superintendent Deltell has sent the programs of organised agriculture to the various school superintendents out through tho state. Many teachers of ag riculture will watch the dally papers for reports of tho various meetings. These reports they will use In their public school work. The meetings In Lincoln January 19 to 23 will be largely attended and will greatly atlmulato scientific agriculture. JURORS ARE SECURED TO HEAR FLEGE CASE PENDER, Neb.. Jan. s.-(Speclal Tele gram.) After 'examination ot about seventy talesmen, a Jury was selocted In today. . Tho' jurors agreed upon are farmers-wlth possibly one exception. Two are from Pender, th balance from the east etrte of the' county. The jury Is as followst . Winfrcd Dean. J. K. Mount, William (leech, J. C. .Conway. Tom Wllkerson, O. W. Barnes. AUrpd .Jenkins. J. n. Mc Crystatt I J. Jennewyne, J. D. Cain, W. E! Rich and P. J. Fluhertv. Tho.' afternoon was, taken up In open ing the case. County Attorney C, A. Kingsbury of Dtxqn county made the opening statements. setting forth what the prosccutloon expected. to prove, J. J, McCarthy or Potim follpwcd Kingsbury with a statement of what the defense would establish. From tha statements ot both men It Is understpod that tha ovl denco will follow very, closely the evi dence given In the two former trials,, The taking of evidence will begin tomorrow morning. gichnytrr I.odars Install. BCirUYLKB, Neb., Jan. . SpeclaU Coirax lodge No. 26, Undent Order if United Workmen, and the Degree ot Honor held' a joint, Installation Wednes day evenlhg, installing th'o following offi cers! Degree ot Honor C. of 11.. Sophia Muchllchj I of 11.. Hattle Van Houseni C. of C, Ilcka Mufhllih; recorder, Draco Qaeth; financier. Anna Lancer; treasurer, .Nettle llarsko: usher. Bertha Watt; as sistant usher. Ida Crosby; I. W.. Dorothy Dolph; O. "W., Wardens M., Jerusha Kah ley Coltajf Lodge No. SS-M. W. W. IU JJavIs; P. M. W . H. M. Kolm; O.. Albert Messman O., J. W Burkerd, It, W. B, January Linen Sale January Sale Table Cloths $2.23 Table Cloths, sale prlco each, at S1.75 $4. GO Table Cloths, sale price . ,ieb, at ;,S2.9S $5.00 Table Cloth, salo price each, nt.... -$3.50 $7.50 Table Cloths, salo prlce- each, at S5.00 $10.00 Table Cloths, salo prl-io-- each, at $0.89 $15.00 Table Cloths, salo price each, at $10.89 $25.00 Table Cloths, sale price - each, at $17.50 January Sale Table , Damask by the yard $2.00 72-inch Bleached Damask', por yardat.. , , , $1.50 $1.5,0 12rnch Bleached' DamasK, per yard," 'at .81.10, $1.60 "YMncfi Silver Bleached Darriaskper yard ..... $1,10 $1.25 . e?.-inch Silver B16achod Damask, pot yard 89J '- "" ' 9 Turkish Towels 20c Turkish Towels, each. . . 15J 15c Turkish Towels, each. . . 10d 26c Turkish Tdwels, each. . .19, 46c Turkish Towels, each. . .255 50c Turkish Towels, each. . .355 75c Turkish Towels, each. . .50 $1 Turkish Towels, each. . . 75d Smith; I. W George Wllch! O. W C. H. Smith; F., C. C. Watt. Installation was followed by a banquet. WILD DUCKS SPENDING WINTER IN SOUTH DAKOTA PIEimK. S. D Jan. 8.-(8peclal.)-The people who live along Rabbit creek In the Meade county country, claim tq have definite proof that there Is not to be much winter In thot part of the world, an several flocks of wild ducks are mak ing their .winter home on that stream, finding open water at the many springs In the valley. So long as tho ducks remain It Is to be taken as an Indication that thero Is no danger of extreme cold weather, as these birds are supposed to know enough to start for a more southern, clime In time to keep them clear of any winter dangers, tvm Noten from FilFbnrT. FAinntmy. Neb., Jan. S.-(Speclal.)-Howard Gnmmel, r traveling electrician for the Hock Island railroad, was in tho Cty conrertlng with Harry D. Andrews, division electrician. Mr.' aammel hm his headquarters In Chicago. Owing to the scarcity of corn In this vicinity, Jefferson county farmers are hurrying their hogs to market. James L. Boyle, who has been super visor of fuel economy on the Nebraska division, with headquarter In Falrbury. for tho lost year, has returned to Good land, Kan., and will take a position as englnoer on the Colorado division. The eighth annual show of the Jeffer son County Poultry association will be held In the hall north of the Majestic theater, January 8, 0and 10. HoTTfird Fnrmers' Institute. ST. PAUL, Nob., Jan. S.-(8peclal.)-Tho Howard county farmers' Institute closed last night after a very Interesting two days' session. The meetings were held In the district court, room of tho court house, and thero was a good at tendance at all Uie meetings. The speak ers on the varlods programs were J. W. Dawson of Lincoln, V. K. Shirley, Cen tral City; U V. Leonard, Vawnea City, and Miss Aurul Scott of Lincoln. The first annual show of the Howard County Poultry association was hold at tho same, time. There were about 2S0 birds on exhibition, which Included some of the beat birds In the state. ' Fir Department JHeets. PLATTSMOUTH, Neb.( Jan. S.-(Spe-clal.) The Plattsmouth volunteer flro de partment held an Inteeratlng meeting and elected ths following named officers: President. William Grebe; vice preBidont. George Harasky; secretary, J. C. Britain: treasurer, Harry Kruger; chief, A. P. Braum; assistant ,chlefaus Carlson. Culls from the Wire The first -da' qf the, .National Demor cratlo league; Uvcjnvlntlon m Washing ton, closfid,MMt night with ti discussion of .UJ tni?tfc.-Jh.e Mexican problem, tho tariff and'eurrency laws, woman suffrage. uu iiruimscu iciuiwi legislation on gen eral subjects. The "Western Fuel company's chnrity noi wtiiuravcu nui uniy engineers 01 va rious liners sailing rrom Man Francisco, but Included covernment ttnnlnvM. nr. cording to evidence presented yesterday Bt lh trial rt nr.mr.nf..1 n,U iharged with having defrauded the gov ernment of duties on Imoorted coal. Alton II. Parker begafc th defense yes torday beforo the supreme court of Ham uel Gompers. John Mitchell and Krank Morrison against charges of contempt of court, of which the labor U-adnrs were ronvlrted In the courts ot the district or Columbia. Mr. Gompers. the only on ot the defandanta present, cat with his Wife throughout tho argument. Annual losses suffered by merchants through commercial frauds committed in New York City aggregate JI5.0tO.00O. ac cordln to a committee renresentlng the Merchants' association and other lead ing business organisations which tailed upon District Attorney Charles K. Whit man with regard to a vigorous protccu. uon 01 mere crimes, ine prosecutor ap pointed Arthur C. Train. on of his as sistants, to handle such cases. Tkmrm im Only Onm "Bromo Qutntho" . Tkmt tm Laxative Brtomo QuMnm tmw rue mwau- mvot n AlwtTi maeaber the full name. for tkte tatttun ea every box. CLOSING IN ON OJINAGA Rebels Ready to Renew Attack on Border Town. . MARFA, TEXAS, CALLS FOR HELP Cemmnntty Is Overrun nrlth Poverty-stricken 'nmlDlsrnsr In fected rtrfnn;ee from Mexlcnn Cities. PftKSIDIO, Tex., Jan. 8. General Fran cisco Villa's constitutionalists today wero reported to be slowly closing In on OJI r.aga preparatory to a renewed attack Tho rebels arc understood io he await ing tho arrival of mora ammunition. Even-thing was quiet at tho Mexican fcerder town, where the -.f cderal garrison Is making ready to resist another at tack. . Will Mnkr Smnll Coln. MEXICO, CITY, Jarf. R.-The Mexican government announced Its Intention to coin and distribute pesos, equal ; to 23 cents In United States motiey, lo the number of 300,000 weekly, a measure which It calculates will relieve the dif ficulties resulting from the scarcity of small change. Tho mines In Mexico now still their stiver output through a. gov ernment commission at a rate, fixed by tho government. Portion of this Is to bo turned Into coinage, which will rex-ert partly to the miners In the form of pay ment n coins. Marfa CnlU for, Help, WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.-IIss Mabel T. Boardman of the'Red' Cross today sent to National Director Blcltiicll at Laredo, Tex., requests for help that haVe como from the people 6f Marfa, T6x. Con gressman W. It. Smith received messages j from the Chamber of Commerce nt Marfa stating that the- community Is overrun with' Mexican refugees from Ojlnaga, poverty stricken and infected with dis ease. Smallpox has appeared at Presidio, nearest border town. The local authori ties are unable to copo with the situation. Death Rate in All Civilized Countries Steadily Decreases BATTLE CREEK, Mich., Jan. S. The national conference on race bettormcnt opened here today with 300 representa tive men of science and education present. Dr. J. H. Kellogg, In announcing the plans of the conference, gave credit for Its suggestion to Dr. Newell Dwlght Hlllls of Brooklyn and Prof. Irving Plsher of Yalo university, Dr. C. C. Crcegan of l'argo, N. D., waB chosen chairman of the sessions. Dr. Stephen Smith, tho 02-ycar-old pres ident ot the conference, spoke briefly at the opening the session. Ho predicted a new era In the treatment ot the insane, criminals and degenerates. He said this reform would come through a scientific study of brain celt formation. Other speakers today were Frederick L, Hoff man of Newark, N. J.;, Dr. Louis F. Bishop of Fordham university, New York, and Dr. Creasy L. Wllber of the bureau of census. On tho basis of available statistics from civilised countries, Mr. Hoffman esti mated tho world's birthrate at 34.3 per 1,000 and the death rato. at 25.0, leaving an annual rate ot increase of 9.3 for each 1,000 ot population. "The, present rate of natural Increase,'' he said, " Is certain to grow if the down ward tendency of the death rate Is fur ther augmented by sanitary Improve ment, particularly in tho case of unciv ilized countries and primitive races." Mr. Hoffman declared that during tho last thirty years the death rate for Eng land and Wales had 3ecreased from 19.4 to 14.7; that of the (German empire from 2S.3 to 17.); that of American cities from 23.1 to 112. "There is no question of doubt concerning tho general Improve ment In health conditions throughout the world," Mr. Hoffman declared. For fur ther Improvement In raco conditions he had the following . suggestions as points to bear in mind: "Tho Importance of the conservation of tho food producing natural resources of the world; the necessity for improved methods of agriculture; tho required re duction of economic waste; pressing need of rational town planning and Im proved methods of housing; education in practical domestic economy; rational con trol of marriage and divorce and Im proved methods of general education. "If the prolongation1 of life Is to be really worth while," concluded Mr. Hoff man, "tho present disharmonies of hu man existence must be as far as possible eliminated, Whatover changes for good may result from Improved methods of prqductlon, from Increased earnings and shorter hours of labor, they will all be of small consequence unless balanced by on oven greater advance In tho moral, Intellectual and spiritual types of the generation which is yet to be." COURT DISMISSES CASE CENSURING PLAINTIFFS I 4 PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Jan.- 8.-(Spo c)al.) In district Court In this cltyin the case brought by" Frederick Wagoner ask ing for !-,000 damages from Charles Fet xer for slander, Judge. James T. Begley Instructed, the Jury to find for tho de fendant and then severely criticised the plaintiff and ,hts attorneys for causing tho county of Cass so much unnecessary cosas. ' 1 In tho cas$ o"f V. .If. ".Jewell .against Lawrence Stullfor damage and trespass of his cattle UDori what. la knownn lh Roberts farm, ,tho Jury wis waived and tne case tried before tho court,' who found for tho plaintiff Jor the full amount, HOiSo. " RICHARDS ANNOUNCES HE WILL RUN FOR GOVERNOR HURON, S. D., Jan. 8.--R. O. Richards of Huron today announced he would run as an Independent candidate for governor ot South Dakota, He said he would make the race qn his own platform. mme a mu m mm bat. Look S5o. Coming! Next Saturday! ff Omaha's Biggest An honestly advertised clearing sale that thous ands' of women havo taken advantage ot In prev ious years. Bigger and bettor this year than over. Any Tailored Suit Any Woman's Dress w ygAny Evening Wrap frf Any Ladies' Coat Pome of these Garments Hnvo Watch for Complete Details of u Julius Orkin 3.510 DOUGLAS SX. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC! We will close our doors Friday, January 9th to arrange stock for a Gigantic Clear ance 'Sale, such as has never been offered the Omaha public. Sale Starts Saturday, Jan. 1 0, at 8 A. M. WATCH FRIDAY BEE FOR FULL PARTICULARS no RAINCOAT COMPANY. 113 South Sixteenth H Opposite "Woolworth's 5c and 10c Store m Wool worth's 5 : Movement to Build Monument to Jackson Will Be Launched NASHVILLE, , Tenn., Jan. 8. A. moy.o- ment to bbltd a million-dollar monument In Nashville to the memory ot General 'Andrew Jackson, 'herb of' the ' battlft ht Now1 Orleans and & seventh president of tha United States, wilt be launched to night at a banquet here. At daybreak, ninety-nine years ago today, General Jackson defeated ono of tho most highly disciplined forces that England ever sent out. President Wilson has Indicated that he Would accept the honorary president ot tho memorial, provided no appropriation Is asked of congress. Messages of approval of tho .project havo been received by tho committee Ih charge from all parts of tho country. Lynch Resigns .Off ice as Typos' President INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Jnn. S.-Jumes M. Lynch, stato labor commissioner ot New York, today formally retired as president of the International Typograhl cal union and was succeeded by James M Duncan of Now York City, who has been first vice president of tho organiza tion. Mr. Lynch, who has been head of tho Typographical union since 1900, was gtfe'st of hpnor a a farewell banquet tendered him tonight by the Iht'erhatlonal officers and members ot tho Indianapolis Typo graphical union. Persistent Advertising i the Road to Big Returns. 0 Suits to Order $17.50 Reduced from $25 $40 Suits reduced to $27.50 $30 Suits reduced to $20.00 Our bit? stock reducing Sale is a hummer. Wo omnrantce trood work, good trimmings nnd a per fect fit. MacCARTHY-WILSON TAILORING GO. 304-300 South 10th St. L. B. McCOIN GO. COAL SOUTH END -S6TH ST. VIADUCT "Horns of tha Long Ton" One - Day Sale Event $fgaffj JJHJ Positively Sold iw High ns 5?oA.OO. Salo in This Pnpcr Friday Night. Lffl SAFES SAFES SAFES S A F E S 20 Discount on all Plre-Fxoof safes This Week Only to malts room for asw stoo. J. W. CRAMER Mgr. BATS .Sept. American Supply Oo, 1103-4 Tarnam Street s A F E S Hi Pale Children AVer's Sorsaparilla helps nature to make rich, red blood. Na alcohol. Sold for GO yean. Ask Your Doctor. tJd&L AMUSKMHNTS. i - rannets f 3 Nights 1 . Beginning ail Monday 49 Wed. Mat, l& YOU CAN HEAR TRENT I N I Sins In "THE FIREP1Y" FOR $2 TOP PRICES Other Scats at BOc, 73c $1, SI. 51) Can her voice bo equaled by any singer In Grand Opera? Seats Now On Sale "OM&KA'S rUN CENTER." &M1jriG2p EVOJS, ltl.33-60-7tc "SLIDING" BILLY W. WATSOM nr THO 8. FH0M HAPPYLAHD F?5te?-t.',hw on the circuit Company of 60. Crowds so ereut we fcliouhl lmi rented uie Auditorium for the week Sadies' Sims Mstlnes Week Bays, -RT? ATtfTVPTQ Tniirnwr ' TI Sat. Mat. ts, Jllrht. mm mwiin in "T1IU HAM THUWi Wlth-World'sBest Danclnr Chorus. OJrEWIQHT OMT.Y Bnn..""jaa7"il" JAMES K. HACKETT, (hlmsTlf), In "THE QKAXN OPjlUST." HO. Emma TrsnUnlThB Pft-Tfly! e Bona DODO. 49V SCaU every day. a:lS; every alffht, BUS. ADVANCED VAUDEVulsi Thlt ttk. lUswrt Shorn -uince Ue.erlii. Charlotte Ferrr. BrjranJ .ht.rbrt' Mtrxloui SlinrhurUnl. June J Uortoa. Bor mil Uick Kraelnl. l- lir nd Special Faaturt Wctur. buntoa's Lait Flint." ' IllcM-Mat. OalUrr. J0o beat Mata. (tic.pl Eat anil Bug.) tie Nlthu- 10c. tte. Ma ana Tie. MELBA-KUBELIK Land Famous Assisting Artist AMIITORIUM-EVE. JAN. 12th Tickets acvr at Bx Oftlck. 51,00 to f 3.50 i.