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THE WEE: OMAHA, riII!AV. MAKCH in, 1915.. SLOAN ADDRESSES HOUSE- MEMBERS Tells Why Did Not Favor Bonding Government to Provide for Buying Shipi WOULD INJURE FARMEBS HERE ("From a Ptpff OVrre "pendent. UXPOIA. M.-.rch IS (Special -CVlv Oikrln It. Sloan nf (-ncvii, who was visitor at the Mate capital Thursday, ad dressed the house In a half-hour talk Just before noon reef". Mr. Slonn told the lewlatators of many point f of similarity' drtwffn the conditio" s mrrrounJIn their work and those at Wsahlnstnn. I'i coin pllmcnted the house members on the sb ence of partisanship at this eesMon an1 upon the spirit of Independence shown In their voting;. He rxpieasod the opin ion that the defeat of bad measures la frequently of more Importance than the laasajre of any l.glalnHon. Mr. rMoan dervoted a .part of Ma HI eerh to a dis cussion of the mercnant marine. lie aald In rart: "We, were aeked to favor bonding the federal Government to buy ship. The market price of these ahlpa would. If title were not clouded by war condition, be the highest In the history of our coun try. Furthermore, If we had them manned by American rr.n, officered by American officer, lad?n with American r-ar-oea and f lying the American flag, and then ' one of them, should have met a submarine of the belligerents, or been encountered by a aea rover and had been sent to the bottom who would then an tiwar for the passionate rase and upris ing of the American people T "If the language of the shipping bill Itself should be considered, that Is to amy that the ahlpa to ba purchased were to ply between tha porta of the United Vtatea and Central and South America, (what would have bean the raault? Ships wJ oh carry cargoes should come back Thar must have ballaat. WaUsr in their hold or low rate oargoea What would ba tha oarro from South America? Grain er meats. "These grains and meats would ba brought Into competition at Boston. New Tors, rblladelphla an4 Baltimore with the products of Nebraska farms. These grains would ba carried from Argentina to New Tork and other Atlantic porta at to cents per bushel, while Nebraska farmer would ba compelled to meet that competition by paying II to M cents orer tha railroad." Tonens Registration System is Near Law (From a Btaff Correspondent.) ' I.I.NO01.N, . March ' IS. (Special.) Tha aenata registereditself In the committee of the whole this morning In favor of the Torrens system for tha resist rat Ion of land titles as proposod In H. It.' 231. A motion to Indefinitely postpone ' got but eight vote In tha affirmative, whereas twenty-two senators voted In the negative and for the blU. Tha bill now goes on to third reading, where In all probability It will 'paes. ' With the governor's signature and In diie course tha kill will then beoortie a law, .V As It came over front lh bouse and 'as- it now stands It Is optional with the lant owner whether he wants' hie' prnperty to be registered under" lie; new system. It will simply mean that, beginning .with January 1 next each county renigter ' deeds must keep-two sets .of books", AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES ' 1 . BILL COMES UP MONDAY (From a Waff, Correspondent.) LINCOLN, March 11. (8pec!sl.)-Thq agricultural activities bill, R. V, No. 24. by Teal of Custer, will be the subject of, a special publlo hearing at a meatlng of the sRrtcuttural committee In the senate chamber Monday night. This Is the bill the suthorahlp of which baa been variously attributed. Among the supposed authors Is Taylor of Cus ter, a Iioqsq m'mber, who strenuously denies It The bill provides for a board of ntn members to have charge of all rural ac tlvitlea, including' the stale fair and the state farm. The board members are to he appointed by the governor and are to draw salaries of $3,000 each. "Announcements" suits. ads bring good re- STOP CATARRH! OPEN f NOSTRILS AND HEAD Syg Cream Applied In Noatrlla Relieve Head-Cold at One. If. your nostrils a re', clogged and your - nead Is stuffed and you can't breathe freely because of a cold or catarrh. Jus, get a amall bottle of Kly's Cream Halm at any drug atore. Apply a little of this frsgrant, antiseptic cream Into your noa trllg and let It penntrats through every air passage of your bead, soothing and healing tha inflamed, swollen mucous membrane and you get Instant relief. ' Ah! how good It feels. Your nostrils are open, your head Is clear, no mora hawking, muffling, blowing; no more haadache. dryness or struggling for breath. Ely's Cream Halm Is Just what sufferers from head colds and catarrh need. It's a delight IS YOUR Sll TENDER? TRY RESHiOL SOAP Any soap Ui ei.Y.AK your kln-a bar of Uunjry ap will do If you du nut care what ecoii)fs pf yourcuit)p!cloiv . Hut you know that UunJry .soap cvut,lji har.h. dry alkali that would 'ruin your skin and lunlr. an you m-T-r thluk of tiig Jt for your tolM. .Many toilet st.aps confln Oie same In jurious alkali. Kr.inU s'cp. cuntsin e tolaUly nu fre JlM.lt. auj to Jt ip added that miedicatioi, wlil.St-ka.Sada 'ittsinol Oiutpiejit i Mi..,f.. )u the tretUinrnt of kin aii4 arsiji :n uni. ,Tli)-glvei it nxHi.m. Hli !liK liu li Ua tii ejiiiultxio,.iou,lKrt tui)ir skins and keen the hair ri-b fci4 U.iroui.. Iteilitol ckMtS and Jiiiliiu i.L ate u,d bv sll drug gba(. Kvr trfMl fite. wrile to Im pi. 1-K, aWmUMjl. fc;uujrt. Mil Ad trtutimtit SINKING OF THE INVERCOE AS SEEN FROM PRINZ EITEL'S DECK Photograph snapped by an officer of the Prim Eitel Friedrich after a dynamite bomb had been ex ploded in the hold of the British ship Invercoe in the South Pacific. . Mill. . .II1 1' 'J PUSH CONSOLIDATION BILLS Home Adopt Policy to .Combine Boardi and Pat More Work .on Some Officeri. LANIOAN AND NORTON HAVE TILT , (FVom a Btaff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, March M. (Kpeclal.r Econ omy, wa discussed In the house today In tha consideration of three bilk re ported by tha finance committee. The flrat one, consolidating the afallfon regis tration board with the office of the state veterinarian, went through with litti or no opposition, but when It came to lop ping off tn Jobs of several good demo crats by consolidating tha fire commis sion with tha labor oommlsalnn and the hotel commission with tha food commis sion, tha fireworks started and Leolgan of Greely charred Norton with trying o put In a policy, of economy for no other reason than that ho was trying to help himself politically at the expense of tha state and efficiency In departments. When tha house took up II. R. 658, to merge the fire commission with the labor commissioner's office, Mr. Broome moved to postpone It ' Indefinitely. Messrs. Broome, Lanlgsn, IJoatetler.and Mockett made apeeches against the bill. They claimed that the fire com mission Is now on a sufficient basis and that If placed under the labor commission, It would not receive proper attention, . They also pointed out that the firs commission Is supported by a tax on fire Insurance com panies and does not require an appro priation -from tha state treasury to sup port 11. Inlan Kara He Reason, ?itr.' lAnglan asserted that there Is no demand for such consolidation and chal lenged tha finance committee to show where It would save the state any money. Mr. ; Hosteller 'added that It would not be through ecbnomy.to cripple tha fire commlaelon. by .'making. It a branch of Some other bureau. ' i ' " , . Replying to these cHtlelsnun.Mr. Trum b)e said that even If the fire rommlaslon is supported by a tag on Inaurance com panies, the iinoney would come Indi rectly :out of .their policy holdera- It Is a question, he' said, . of saving the peo ple's' money or saving somebody's Job. ' sir.' Uoffmelsler, a member of the fi nance committee, told tha house there are too many Inspectors running around over' tha state. He wanted to know who paya their salaries, railroad fare and hotel bills, and also the stenographers salaries and office expenses at the cap ital. ; . .. ! Mr. . Norton chairman of the commit tee, answered Lanlgan's charge of "pea nut economy" by saying that nobody now finds fault with what was done t.o years ago In consolidating the oil .Inspec tion bureau with tne tooa commission. The rcsulta of this merger, he stated, have been to promote both economy and efficiency. . " ' Too Maay t assmlssloaa. Norton said that the state had seventy or eighty commltwlona of one sort or nother now, and ona reason tor caning an lnronstliuiionai ronvemiun - w get rid of some of Ihem and thus sim plify the stale government. He called on the members to remember their pledge made to the voters that they would help In cutting out superfluous board a and coinmlsalons. Mr. Ureenwalt, alao a member of the finance committee, aald all of those com mlaslona hava beea. created by a pres sure exerted at tha capitol building and not because tha people wanted thorn. He declared that Inspectors are getting so thick in Nebraska ' that even little one-horse towns are much postered with them. , Messrs. Norton and Dafoe aald It waa nothing uncommon for an Inapector ot the fire commission to visit the town one day, looking over bulldluKS and (Ire rata pes and then leave, to be folio we 1 the next by an Inspector for the labor commissioner's office who would do tha work all over sgalo, They believed that by (enaolldathig the two one set of In-' speclors could do the work without treading on eueh other's heels.. A la Trajvallaa Mm. . When tha bill consolidating the hotel commlaalon with the food coin;nisslon wag taken, up h principal argument traveling men want a separate cominls- V vvj. r r";-.v.:i.-M.'""'" eoawK'' ' T . sion so that hotel accommodations will be held, 'ip to the proper , standard. Mr. Tihheis said ha hfd heard front a good many traveling men on .this and he hiove.1 to postpone Indefinitely. ' M.-ftira. rullei', Orrenwalt and Scott all aid that they had heard from many traveling men who did nt oppose tha bill. . "The senate will kill all these bills." fhteiMected Mr. Lanlgan. "They "'are brought out here Juat to maka a record for economy. Hut go ahead if you want to; the senate will kill them. "No bills hsve been brought out by the (Inaacs. romralttsa to ba paestd by the house with the desire that the areata would kill them," replied Chairman Vor ton. I went these bills to pasa the house, and I hop the senate will also pass-them and the governor sign them and they, will becoui laaa" ' Bllla re HrmnaraM. ' In h Ifirtiuce ibt aiutioa ' ta 'laeef inltely twstpvBe was drfeatcd and tha 1 " 'rh. : . i ' ; - ;:y,; , i:; : : sasaVdayjfeaaat'aiA Murderous Bombardment Precedes the Assault on Neuve Chappelle ! . LONDON, March U -The village of Neuve Chappolte, converted fnto a shamble by the British, now, Is a heap of ruins thickly strewn with bodies, ac cording to the description of the British operations In that region, written by in "eyewitness" and given out today by the preaa bureau. Although the Germans were Inferior to their antagonists, both In numbers and In artillery, the eye witness declares, they offered heroic re sistance, using machine runs effectively. At the end of March 10 the bodies of 1,000 Germs n soldiers had been found In the section south of the village. In front of one British battalion, east of the vil lage, the statement asserts, 500 more were counted, which did not Include the large number burled In the ruins of the village. During the night a curloua device of the enemy waa discovered by a British patrol. The men came upon a dummy figure stuck In the ground In front of the German trenches. Upon being moved, the figure exploded and one of the British soldiers was Injured. Describing . the shelling of Aubers by the British howltxers, the eyewitness says a certain tower which waa a prominent feature of the landscape was suddonl projected Into the air. It dissolved In midair and came down In a cloud of dust. Prisoners who have been all through bills wera then advanced to third read ing. . ' The houaa killed Peterson's bill empow ering county boards to lay out and con struct paved .and graveled roads, In spite, of the' message sent to the legislature by Governor ' Moreheed several . days ago recommending - soma euch ' legislation, which would permit tha working of con vlcta on the public highways. The fol lowing appropriations were advanced to third reading: tnV" lI"SrWM',t 01 H",'tln"' hespl-, li. K. 4t;v-New building at Norfolk In sane hospital, Stio.ono. II. R. Ml To furniah new buildings at Orthopedic hospital. K000. Warehouse Bill Is Reported Out By the Committee (From a Waff Correspondent.! I LINCOLN. March - Hpeolal.)-The long-heralded substitute public warehouse hill waa reported out for the general file In the senate this morning by tha spe cial Joint committee, to which .was en trusted tha task of drawing a satisfac tory measure, it takes the number of one of tha original warehouse measures, 8. F. No. L Tha special committee did not greatly alter the bill, after Its first meeting. Subsequent alterations take the form of amendments, of which there are two. One of these specifies definitely that the public warehouses are to come under the railway commlaalon: the other strikes out a reference to the attorney general. The substitute measure makes It op tional with tha warehause man whether he wants his concern to be a public one. If so, he must satisfy certain require ments as to bonding and Insurance. - A schedule of rates Is fixed. The feature of the bill that la likely to be the tenter of the attack Is the pro vision that no warehause, not a public warehouse, ran hold grain longer than fifteen day a for outside parties (aaru at Haperlor. BUPERIOH, Neb., March IS. (Special Telegram.) Cltlaens' caucus, held at tha city hall last night, made the.folloglng j nominations: 1 Mayor, V. 8. Young; clerk. John T. Robblns; treasurer. Hoy 'King: city en gineer, Fred Hmltb; council of First ward, 1. L. Edaall: econd ward. Grge U Marshall; Third ward. M. H. Matthlsen. No nominations were made for . school board. Legislative Proceedings: I Bills I'aunl by Hawse. H. It. Judiciary Committee Author ise the supreme comt to a-piiit a com uilnnloil fr lncUKune crooked lawyer llAK. by Ju.lulary linmltue Fro videS that attorneys may safeguard thsir Unlit of aiial iy objecting only once ti tl.e sain.! lino of prtxtnlure. or testi mony. Instead of reiwaling objection to each quasiiun. 11. H. bl. Judiciary Comaiit tee- Makes on bond, given tor a trim of two years, eufflitwit to cover tit a4a of as many Incumbents as may autieaatvely hld the iTfl' im1na that time. 11.. K. , Krtes .Miuwa uiie to fish la bis hem county wnnuul a license. Bills rasr by Seaate. H. R. lS, Irs Gives the rummisaion er or aupervisors nil mists control or apes'Plur of district road funds, now vestol in the tlistncl road overseer to a (.e'taun exteiit. H. C '-Vi, Mockett of Lancaster-Tor. ractlve mvaaur providing lor nomination of fuiacuia school board at primary elec tion. A going buslneae can be sold quickly thivuf k TTee ktees 'st stoas Caaaoea. 4 r n " 'iifti t HHniiii aaiilaini the war declare that never have they experienced such a bombardment as that which preceded the assault upon Neuve Chappelle. One wounded Prussian of ficer declared Indignantly: "Tou do not fight; you murder. My regiment never had a chance from tba first. Nothing could live under such a fire." The resentment of prisoners against the British artillery has been frequently expreased. In spite of their exhaustion, the aspect of the prisoners spoka highly of German discipline. Their persons were extraor dinarily clean and most of them Were fresh shaven. They were unanimously optimistic, believing they soon would finish-with the Russians and that they then would crush France and Great Britain. One officer stated that three German princes, Inclndlng Prince Leopold of Hohensollern. were serving In ona of tha battalions at Neuve Chappelle. This prisoner expressed the belief that all princes had been killed. ' In conclusion, the eyewitness says he believes the Germans lost 18.000 men at Neuve Chappelle. There Is a prince, Frederick Leopold of Hohensollern, who is a cousin of Em peror Wlltam. He waa born In IK and ha a commission as first lieutenant la an Infantry regiment thinks State Should . .Try Convicts' Work Upon the Highway; ' awBBeBsaBBl (From a Staff Correspondent,) LINCOLN, March U. (Special.) Put ting convicts from the penitentiary to work on the . proposed Holdrege street paved roadway Is a plan which Chairman Orr of the house committee on university and normal school believes should ' be tried In case the legislature ' makes an appropriation to pay for tha state's sharo of the work., ' - Bhould'the pavement be laid at ordinary prlcor, it would cost the state an amount estimated at tc.ooe or more to Improve the one and a half miles of roadway south and east of the state farm Chair man Orr believes that If convicts wera put to work there the cost could be out down about one-half. He feels sure It would not run above $20,000. . Mr.- Orr has. talked lie matter over with Governor Morehead and the Board of Control, who look with favor upon the plan. It Is considered likely that the Holdrege street project will ba utilised as the first extensive experiment that the state of Nebraska will make la tha use of convict labor to build highways, t Tsssi Mis Killed. IOWA CITY, la.. March 18. (Special Telegram.) Leslie McCune. aged I years, was Instantly killed thla afternoon at the local Rock Island depot when he Jumped off of one passenger train directly la front of another one Incoming. In Foods iiam (v., -3Hyf tvaii more than in anything else quality counts more than quantity. Grape contains more body-building nour ishment, weight cither meat or bread. . Grape-Nuts is . economical, and f "... . "There's a Reason" Grocers evcry where sell Grpe-Nuts UNITED STATES IS INTERMEDIARY Uncle Sam Agree to Inspect Alien Prison Campt in Europe and Supervise Exchanges. WILL DISTRIBUTE SUTFLIES WASIIIKOTON, March 18. An arrangement between Great Britain and Germany and An stria br which representatives or the United State will Inspect and report on alien prison camps la those countries and dis tribute to prisoners supplies, from their own government or other sources, was announced tonight by the State department. At the same time it was stated that through the good offices) of the American govern ment similar arrangements were un der contemplation between Russia and France and Germany and Austria Hungary i , These' agreements are based upon rec ommendations contained In a report by Chandler P. Anderson, formerly counsel lor of the State department, who con ferred with the foreign offlcea of Great Britain, Germany and Austria-Hungary last November and visited some of the detention camps In those countries. Mr. Anderson also reported on the ex ercise of rood offices of the United States to bring about a better understanding among the European belligerents regard ing the repatriation of civilian prisoners. In this connection It Is snnounced thst Great Britain and Germany and Austria 'Hungary have expressed a willingness to exchsnge man for man detained enemy ctvlllane of military age. while an ar rangement for the release of civilians of nonmllltary age has been held up so far by Great Britain's refusal to agree to the age limits proposed. The department's statement follows: F.ickaas Pernaaaeatly Disabled. "In regard to military prisoners no ar rangements have been made for the ex change ofsuch prisoners, except that on the suggestion of the government of the United States, early In November, both, sides hava agreed that all wounded pris oners who are permanently disabled for military service shall be released oa a reciprocal basis. "With regard to the treatment of pris oners It appear from Mr. Anderson's report that each of the belligerent gov ernments has established for Itself stand ards and rules governing Its treatment of military prlaonera of war and civil ians la detention campa. , They have all announced their willingness, on condition of reciprocity, to give effect to articles xtr and xvl of the annex to The Hague convention No. 4 of 1907, which provide for the establishment of a prisoner of war Inquiry office for furnishing infor mation about prisoners In each country, and the delivery of mafl. money and par cels to prisoners of wsr. In many ether respects the arrangements adopted are similar on both sides, but as Is Inevitable no common basis ' of treatment Is established between Germany and Austria-Hungary, and Russia and France, by which, tha representatlvea of the United States fat these countries will ba author ised to Inspect and report on prisoners' camps and distribute to the prisoners the supplies from their own governments snd from other sources. . ' "Aaaaaaes No Respoaatblllty. "It is understood that the government of the United States In undertaking thla work aasume4 no responsibility of any kidd beyond tha mere .transmission of the atatementa and the . distribution of supplies furnished as above Indicated, In accordance ,with euch restrictions and regulations as 'are trapesed, by the gov ernments concerned. "Attention Is directed by Mr. Anderson to tha fact that Germany alone claimed, several months ago, to have upward. ot 630,000 prisoners of "war, consisting of about 80.000 British, over 300.000 Russians and 300,00 French and Belgians. There are several thousand German prisoners of war in Great Britain In addition to the 12,000 or more German and Austrian civilians In concentration camps. Many thousands of German and Austrlaa sol diers are known to be held as military prisoners In France, and the number of prisoners of war who hava been taken oa both aides between Russia and Germany and Austria-Hungary runs to very large figures. "In this difficult and dangerous situa tion the governments of Great Britain, France, Germany and Austria-Hungary have called upon the government of the United States, as the friend ot all the FOOD for weight), than delicious" n nwt 0) V parties and the representative of their mirtriis in enemy territory! lor Informs uoaw asaistaaee e4 advlee, Ferna the saoat important ana useful sarrloa which trta aToverameaU as the custodian of their interests has render to tbeae belliger ent nations, has been ta bring about, through the exercise of Its good offices, the present arrangement, which will lead to a better understanding among them as to the existing facts and the beet method of dealing with this situation in the future." i EDGAR-SUPERIOR TRAIN- GOES INTO THE DTCH a-aeawMa. SUPERIOR. Neb.. March lg.(Ppedftl Telegram.)-The Burlington . train be tween Edgar and this city went Into the ditch about 3 o'clock todav alx mile. north of thla city. No one waa reported injured. Marriage, at Sldaey. SIDNET, Neb., March M. (Special Tel egram.) The following Denver couples were married today by County Judge Chabers: Adolph M. Harburger and Flor ence Cornell and Gustaf A. Nelson and Esther Ay-era. Veteea Dry Bill. MALT LAKE CITY. March U.-Gnv-firno,L.MPry. v'l"d the state-wide prohibi tion bill this afternoon. ANNEXATION BILL AMENDED; ENTIRE TERRITORY VOTES (Continued from Page One.) in favor of It He said he had friends on both sides and he was not straddling (the question and was strongly for an nexation because he believed It was the best thing for the whole community. Broome, who Introduced a similar amend ment at the previous seasion, which re ceived but five votes, was also for it Those against It were Taylor, Cronln, UOYZARU AND SIXTEENTH STREETS Remnant Sale - Basement Madras, Percale, Gingham, Dress and Kimono Crepes, Voiles, Flannelette and Outing Flannel Short lengths from our regular stook, many of them large enough for full dress; among them goods that sold up to 35c a yard, Iii Two Lots - 5c and 10c a Yard The Store for Shirtwaists (Original.) Blouse here have) every . appearance) of having been made to your order, they are) so distinctive and dainty. Bnt the prices are . only a half of what made-to-order kind would coat. Palm Beaclr Suiting---Tlie Fabric of the Hour An exceptionally charming noyelty. , All the hew mixtures'; better selection now than later, because it is. quite certain that some of these new mixtures cannot be replaced. See display in Sixteenth street window. PEACE What a word to conjure with at this time! You can help to bring about peace by buying Peace Stamps, artistic, and beautiful, sending themyto your friends, pasting them on your correspondence. Come in and see what they are like. 16 different kinds for 10c. On sale at Bee Office PR. BBADBVRY, DENTIST M Tears la Omaha. Za stis Wrw l.ooatioa. aai-aa Wooa. msa of tha World, Bids;. A suits ot els lit rooms, the finest and most complete dental of flows In tha west Every up-to-date and pain leas method known. Conaldsr wr reputation, experience, prices and our nw aqulpmant and you will aare that wa hava reached tha hi hast point In modsrn efficiency. Did You Use the Free Movie Coupon which appeared in Last Sunday's Dee? It will appear again next Suuday and . will entitle 'yon to free admission to any of the theaters named. To make acre of getting It, . subscribe for The Bee TODAY. AMIIEMEXTI. AS to. TaaaortUo Daily atata, SUs Mle-ata, Sill raoaa lxus aaa lillXV B. VA.N IDE.tr. Othsr acta thla k: Holila, La Krnc A Bruc Fanllvir A Mortun. Alfred YValleuateln. I 'snubs Quartotte arm orrliaum Travel Wesklr. Prices Wat; Oallery. Hc; Rest beata (execo Sat. and euav). tee; hiaaia, Is-is-aa-isa Fults. Reisner and Mears. Reisner ant Mears were for the original bill. Reianar thought It waa time to settle tha natter and aot .put -taa matter Ja a place whera U would ,ba taken up by the people and hava to the fought '. all over again .by them at an election. Xet a be -men and settle this thing now," said he. The Rait Call, Following Is the roll call: For the amendment Anderson, Minor x neiDe Nay lor Netf Negley Neison Mchols Norton N'utsinan Orr. Ontermsn rarriott Peterson Keutev 'Hcynolds. . Bed Willow Iceynolds,. Lincoln HI' hmond Relgcliick fludesil Sass .cuddor orennon, Htehbins Htevenson Tlhbetts Woodhuret . Blauser Brant Brooms Burgess Cnambera Uouglas Cox Orlnkaw Dau I'rueaedow Kberman Foster Hoffmelster Howard Howarth Hunter Hutton Kauftman. Ivoch, La bounty Laniiran Larson Lindsay LundKren - Mattlnon Meredith Mr. Speaker C Against amendment Alnley Anderson of Boyd . Barrett Bates Korff Mears Misenburg Mockett Pslmer Parkinson Regan rtelfe.nrsth Reisner Scott Elvers Sindelar Smith Snyder Stems Stelnmeyer ' Taylor Trumble VanDusen Ward 44. Absent; Barker ILiSgett Moaeley Patterson 4. Chambers of Thurston Clayhum Conley Cronln LaFoe. Dalbey Klmelund ICvana Fox Fries Fuller Fults OKormley Oceenwalt Harris Hornby fHoatetler itvnek Jeary JCime Rent room quick with a Bee Want Ad. 50c BED SHEETS, 30c each 4i2e 72x90, full bleached, made with patent seam; extra good quality of mus lin, , Basement. , AMUSEMENTS. ATHLETIC & GYMNASTIC CBAMPIOSSKIPS - at the AUDI TORIUM rrlday. Ti30 p. m., Karen l. eoo-osrrxsTajrTs-eoo : Swimming ' Champlonahlpa T. K. C. A. TOOIm Saturday, p. m., Marco 30. eats for Both Mow oa tale. Prices !io, SDo, 75c and $1.00 DOYD OMAHA'S MOST rOPDlAa Thaatar Tonia-ht Mstlnss Tomorrow, SAMSON Mats. Wed., Thura.. Sat., ass; - Wights, 5o sad 600. Barlnnlar Sunday Xatlaee and Week, Oeo. M. Cohaa'a Mlg afualcal Comedy, TCrrr kzx.es raov bostoit. Tuesday, Society Hifht. . Raarjr Csa's Tlolia Choir. y Ar.lER.GAFJ Tnoae Dona-las SIM. Supwrb Scream Portrayals Vow rsatarlar Trokmaa's ' Produotloa ef TEE Flia. A8D TKEWAIF Symphony Orchestra, Comedy meal. wMufl2i.1 "J1!" Amat.d Wsskly! Tint Show Starts at la aTooa BaUy. MsUsms, loo, lt; Bra, lOo, 15o. S5o. Ketterved aoata on sale two wceka n advance for the t ap eveninr ehow OhtAHA'S TVM CXBTXA- &XUJEXIJ i'h Coliunbda Clreatt's Classisst Shew JtV-Vr .Till TR0CADER0 J Tas btiarrs, Seml-Ortsatal Trmvsstr. "Tas ls. sd4 sf the Rlns " Oair aiustosi .how Is tosa ' Lsctlls of UsnAsa' Bsur Ckarua. Minal Barks, (taa. Basks. J. . Orifftth. txtruth, V'lsik. A tnilr mamirti-sst entsrtslsatsst. ladiss niaaa Bfatlaae Weak Bays. Punoay A Wee: "Trie Hroadway liirla" QRAHDEIS MfW? TKBATXB. AU Week SsOO ' The Keystone of Keystones TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE rnoM. 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