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, T1IK HKK: OMAHA. itKSDAY, XOVKMIIMK I'-. I 'D. '
NEBRASKA CORN IS REAL Tlkpi&j . : --, m -
Corn from Antelope State Ortdei
. Better Than Neighbor!.
COMMAND
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I;
UK I ' J IT it I 1 . ln.n.rt !.. Vni-lr.... I:.,,-..- I
Illpealagr tondltlnsjs Ideal, S Cora
Mar Be hil e Hoathern
rrfa for Eaaort t
In Other atatee.
Nebraska raised batter corn thla year
than anr tat In tha rn belt, according
te Chief Inspector Powell of tha Omaha
Grain exchange, who haa made a. com.
parlaon of reaulta In hl orflce with thoae
In other market on the testing and
grading of new corn.
Practically every car of corn which
hae "arrived on the Omaha market haa
erased No. I. which U aa high aa It can
grade early In the aeaaon. and all of it
haa a moisture content of than
3 per cent which -vill permit It to be
exported through the aubtrople porta.
Only a small portion of the corn ar
riving In Chicago. Kanaaa City and Rt.
Loul la grading No. I and moat of It haa
percentage cf moisture that will pre
vent Ita being hl.d through the south,
as warm weal her makes moist corn rot.
Thla la due. to weather conditions during
ine ripening an(j harvesting of the crop
iaie crop conditions In Nebraska and
weetern Iowa were Ideal and the quality
or the Nebraska crop Is much higher than
for the average year. Thla means bet
ter price for Nebraska growers than the
farmers of other states will get. aside
from any difference that may result one
or auomer irom the distance to
market.
Lind, in Confession,
Tells of Burglaries
vnane una, arrested by Detectives
Zunn and Fleming at Thirteenth and
jraniam streets, on suspicion of having
roooea tu residence of R. Waxenbsrg,
sua urant street, haa confessed to hav.
mg broken Into and looted homes within
lb last few days. . i.
When arrested I.lnd was carrying
uii case, trie description of which Dunn
and Fleming had Just received. Und at
.una. according to his own story; James
The following places were entered by
una, according to his onw story: James
Carmody, 1730 South Twenty-sixth street
K. T. Weeks, IBM South Twenty-seventh
street; Gordon ltrll, mi Poppleton ave
nue; M. F. Halm, 1,123 South Twenty
eighth street; R. . Waxsnberg, 2UJ Clrant
street, and J. T. HaJllsey, tm Nerth
Twenty-second street. '
in every instance entrsnoa was gained
by raising windows. Und said that he
committed the burglaries while he was
under the Influence of liquor. A complaint
was sworn out against him by Acting
Chief of Detectives William Devereeae,
and Und .will bo arralnged on a charge
of breaking and entering Tuesday morn.
Ing.
THIRTEENTH IS LUCKY
FOR CHIEF' C5NAHUE
"Tlu.-'.ecn" it Chief of Police. Donahue's
lucky' number. Twelve years ago. on the
thirteenth day of November, Donahue re
ceived his appointment as chief. This
was te administration of Mayor Frank
Ji. Moo res. '
"All good things hav com to m on
I lie thirteenth," said the chief, growing
remlnlNcental. I came to Omaha from
Iowa in 1X91, twenty year ago next
month, and started to work oh the thlr
teenth day of December."
Prior to his appointment aa chief, Dona
hue had been acting chief for a few
months. . HI appointment wag made on
'MM evening of th thirteenth. The chief
lias no creepy feeling about "thirteen"
not even when th thirteenth la also
Friday.
BANKRUPTCY BECAUSE
LOAN SHARKS GOT HIM
Fred Whltted filed a petition In bank-
rucy la tbe United State district, clerk; s
office, and in hi petition stated that hi
debt amounted to 13 and hi asset
were exempt. Whltted is a brekeman In
the employ of th Union Pacific a&fl
aay that last February he needed money
to liquidate some depts, and he borrowed
enough from Charles Burdg and M.
Sander, salary loan specialists, and In
return for th money he gav th loan
men a salary assignment Unforeseen
difficulties bobbed up and th. payment
of th loan waa deferred from February.
Th Interest compounded monthly and
at a high rat Increased th debt, despiu
th small payment already made, and
now Whltted claim to be hopelessly Involved.
PLAY AS WfcLL AS WORK
FOR LEAGUE DELEGATES
Th delegates tu the Nebraska League
of Municipal I tlx meeting here Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday, have a pro
gram of hard work mapped out, but th
convention will not conalst of all work
a ud no play. Wednesday afternoon the
city council will give the delegates a Joy
tide In autos about the city and In th
evening will entertain tbem all at . the
Orpheuro. Thursday evening the Com
mercial club will give th delegates, who
ar expected 3U) strong, a banquet at th
Commercial club..
THIEVES STRIP PLUMBING
FROM THE NEW HOSPITAL
Robert Wolfs, boiler inspector, reported
to the committee of the who) of th
city council that thieves had stripped th
bras from th furnace at th ew
Emergency hospital, donated by th lalu
Ann Wilson to th city and had also
taken out large sec tions of th plumbing,
so that an expenditure of at least UI
Is necessary to again put the heating
apparatus in condition. .
GETS ADDED SENTENCE
FOR ATTEMPT AT ESCAPE
Frank Wllklns, th negro who mad his
acapa from the city Jala by using a dumb
waiter and was later arrested at the
Union station, waa given an additional
twenty-five dys by John Crawford yes
terday morning. H wti previously un
der tlilry-dsy sentence for petit larceny.
OMAHA GUN CLUB TO HAVE
TWO BIG TURKEY SHOOTS
Th annual turkey shoot of th Omaha
Gun club will be held at th club'
arvunds. east of the Douglas street bridge
Hunday afternoon, November 18. and
Thai.kxiflving day, November JO. A ear
load of turkey and geese hav beta ui
do t4 )-e afcJi tur,
49.
HEAVY WEIGHT
UNDERWEAR
For Women and Children.
Women's Fino Ribbed 'Cotton
Union Suits, fleecy lined,
special, garment
Women's Fine Ribbed Cotton
Vests and Pants, fleecy lined,
regular-50c quality, JJg
Women's Fino Ribbed Silk Fin
ished Li.?Jc nion Suits worth
up to $.'5 at, ;i garment.
Childrtn's Fleecy Lined "M" Waist Union Suits, long
leeve and ankle lengths, regular 50o values,
at
$1.59
i, on
29c
Boys and Girls Gauntlet Gloves
Hough Rider and Military stylos, largo cuff, some pat
ent leather, trimmed with brass buttons and leather
lnnge; Ileece lined and unlined, worth up to .,
UOK,
ibc a pair-
-at, pair.
BLANKETS SPECIALLY PRICED
lm Our lllunket and Comfort Dept. Ilaaemcnt
$5 ALL WOOL 11-4 BLANKETS AT $2.98 PAIR.
Fine soft wool; plaids, tan and white, blue and white,
black and white, etc. They are double and made for
full size bed; weigh 5 pounds to pair.
Never offered before for less than $5
a pair at, pair 1
$8 and $9 Extra Fino All-Wool Blankets at $5-Full
.11-4 and 12:4, sizes and weigh 7 and 8 pounds to
pair. Tins is one of the best, bargains in wool
blankets ever offered at, pair
$3.50 Fine 11-4 and 12-4 Wool Nap and Australian
) Blanketiat$1.98-lIardto1tellfromallwool; (P AO
$3 and $.150 valuesat; pair.."... .'. VlwO
, isranaeia 1 exciusiT umina agcnn xor tne celebrated ur.
Jaeger' camel hair lmporlei blankets, auto rugs and ateamer
' ruga. ...' ,. t
WEDNESDAY IS OUR
MOST EXTRAORDINARY SALE
Women's Tailored Suits
The Bargains Will Be the Most Sensational in
Our History. " Watch for Later Announcements.
BRANDEIS STORES
Cheery, Office EnYironments
lias one of the most pleasant atmospheres of any
office building in the west. The beautiful court,
; with the new decorations land the large fountain
and the substantial appearance of the whole
a structure, make the offices here full of cheer
7 and , give pleasant surroundings in which to
work. The building is one of tho most modern,
, with new elevators, high class janitor service,
an excellent heating and lighting equipment.
The location of the building, in the heart of the
business section, with up-to-dateness in arrange
; ment and service, makes this an ideal place for .
the particular man to have his office. , A few
offices on the, court and outside arc vacant now.
Boom 40 Sis xl f, having a frame and glass partition aorois renter
of room rushing two goud s sad office with every convenience, and
tba rentaJ piles only, per niunth $18.09
Boom a4 Having iT.l square feet makes a very pleasant office: having
an east exposure ami being near r amain istreet side of tlie buili1in,
JKent very reasonable, for month 930.00
fcoom 619 Don't lV for desk room space when you can rent a private
office for the same amount. This room is 8x14, lias a largu window
on the court, affording plenty of light und ventilation. Trice per
monih 1 910.0 j
Koom 44 Directly opposite the new court house faclnir Kurnani street.
Our front oiric.. are much In demand on account of the prominent
location. Thlt. room 1 U xU (, feot in sue. unl la mUaivi.ln.l
with frame and mca partlllun, giving two office In one. Itental
price, par mouth , ,...9.1000
Sooia 30 Is a choice corner office having a north and west expomire,
making this spate attractive at any season of the year, on account
of gouil -1 lf rtt and ventilation. We will arrange this sace, l'Jx-9
suitable fur tenant, and there being a vault In the room, It afforua
extra protection for valuable llent. rcr month ...90.00
THE BEE BUILDING CO.
Bee Business Office. 17th and Farnam Sts.
sHMsgwtisjsiijj 'ti . '.,'., Aiij.M 'Wt'Tt y .'?,: JLA.'.", I '.f
iWfl.W-Hitfh Grade Furs
fclXPrJUT REMODELING
Corner lioit and farnatu. . Telchonoliouglas :itm
LEG IS BURNED OFF .: ?
WHILE VICTIM SLEEPS
To have his left leg burned off Crow
the knee down, was the experience of
John Johnson, a negro, while he was
sleeping In a boxcar Id the Union Pacific
railway yards. Jyhnsoa was cut attended
by a doctor, but was locked up In Jail, aa
the Ira be had burned off we a woouen
ens. , . .
Johnson and another "son of reat," by
pjliw ul y. U. Cri'H, gvtcit la a bus-
car last night. In order to kep warm a
fire wte built on the floor. Johnson ued
his wooden leg aa a poker. While the fire
was smouldering the pair went to a.eep.
While asleep Johnson rolled over so that
hie wooden leg came In contact with the
fire. He was awakened by Special Offi
car Vlxxard and placel under arrest.
When Johnson attempted to get up he
fell, and then to his dismay he found his
leg had gone up In smoke. II was car
ried to the patrol wagun.
Persistent Advsrlis.iig
Big Mi t'ln,
is lue Itoad to
Dresses Are Coming
Into Their Own
Dresses ore gaining more nnd more popular favor with every
succeeding daywhich fact tan be traced to the growing demand for
tboie fine coats we are selling this season and because a dress can
De used Tor so many different occas.ons.
A dress I3 a complete costume In Itself.
Grand selections at this store, made
of fine serges, velvet, striped prunellas,
mesaallnes, etc. very dtesay and plain'
styles as you may happen to need.
Dralds, velvets, lace sets and embrol .ery
'WWW are used In the various trimming
schemes and navies and browns are the
most favored colors. Prices begin at
11.50 and rang upwarda, by easyi
stages, to the highest price that Is
reasonable.
Ml
A D
rea Fpecial-'Th's cress
has a of. a t woo skirt and
a messann.' uaist with short
tie v an J 'a round neck.
Comes in navy, lack and
bro i n and a 1 nizes from 16
to 42. The best cheup dress
offered at.
INSPECT THESE NEW REVERSI
BLE COATS AT 17.50-They're made
of fine, soft, all wool blanketing In com
binations of red and navy, tan and grey
and grey and purple. Button up close
to the neck, have belt in the back, large
pockets and roll cuffs. Sizes 14, 1C and
18 for misses and 36, 38 and 40 for
women. . K
Wt mens Sweater Coats at
$3.75--A Special Number
Heavy all wool and worsted yarns
In grey, red and whlt. This is a num
ber we purchased to sell as a special at
13.75 and It is extra value the whole
way through. Sizes 34 to 4 4. .;
Flannelette Gowns, Wrappers,
Petticoats an . Sacques
Warm, fleecy garments made with a
fullness, of cut ajid design that is un
rlsual in wearables of -thla 'character.
PaUprn" are pleasing and the prices still
v tnore. so.
V fcneqaes at 50c and up to $5.00.
V Uovrrts ht BOc, Sl)c, $1.00 and $1.50.
Petticoats at U5c, 50c and 50c.
, Wrappers at $1.25, $1.50 np 'to $2.75
iave ever
'iZDiict !H:
California
llootli of the big fiucK anil the loud imian: eiirm
they gave away flvo Hires 01 orange laml to the
iiifwiT 011 me jar or nuta. Tne land of
ere, oranges, graie fruit, lemons, figs, date.
. Olive, and alfaifn fim var rmmH inilraei
North t-alt River Valley Irrigation Co., Phoenix. Ar!
California
California
California
Colorado
Colorado
Colorado
terms of one-tenth. Ad
coLoMdo
1I1H bushels
pctst
Koa Angeles. San lMetjo. Tne booth where you
kaw eveiy thins wortn while and then some!
Including climate and oiiport unity. Address
l.os Ar.Reles Chumber of Coiimicrce, or San
Uleeo Chamber of Cimn.ma Uetter still, go
out and wee for yourselves.
Where you aaw the famous ,'ananien to Valley
Kxhlblt Inquire abut the next excursion to
this beautiful counfy. Nov 16. Trowbrldgo
A Holster, 404 City Natlon.il Uank Uulkllns
Omaha, Nebraska.
Atf the Tulare County Uooth you saw tho bin
peaches, potatoes, con, pumpkins, prunes anil
jluins. Also tho fino oranxes, lemons ami citrus
fruit. Vou can farm lor pleasure and profit In
Tulure County. Adorns, Tulare County Hoard
of Tij-, Vlsalla. California.
Patterson in the humous Han Joaquin Val
ley. Why not go with ua and see this Para-
dise for Plain People. Payne Investment
Company, Omaha, Nebraska.
here yon saw the Platte lvr Tallsy PJxhlblt,
ehowlnj; wheat, oats, llux and torn raisei on ub
I'TiRate'l aoll; land .hat pay for ltsslf In twa
year.. ,o aull this laud on terms of one-third to
or.e-hair cash, balance 3 to 6 years. AUdresi
Hatto l'.lvor Valley Land Co.. Sterling. Colorado.
ApplcH, Ai.ilon, lilB Hed nnd YellowApplen! nice
clean potatoes, timar oeeU, (rrains an grown at
Uetchklss, Delta Countr, Colorado. "Tou remem
ber? l'.etncmber also lands from $50 per acre
nnd upward. Address Gould and WUloaabby.
Hotclikis. Colorado. '
Where Jim saw the San Uula Valley Kxhlhlt,
Khowlnfr cFpeclally tho big (trains and field peas,
une'!UHl!e! fur hop fcjJ; heard ahotit the new
sugar factory; and vhore you learned that you
I Mil bllV tlrlfraftt.l lon.l. In I hi. .I..I. haII.u
iJIj'ieJLtliAddre''a A. Itoblnson, lt Nafl Hank Denver, Colo.
J he Klo Grande Home Co., of Alamosa, Colo., oc
cupied nootU .No. 1. rhln is where you saw the
fin cabbage., colery nn.l other vegetables; afso
80 varieties of Cnlnrarin crRRReM nntn tho.t vlAi.iArl
bushels ner aero. 7214 bushels oil wheat, wonderful alfalfa, choice
oes, etc.. from the Sunny San I.uis Valley, Colo. Write them today!
Id
ap Where you saw especially the fine Apples, Potatoes
I? f and Kr"'n raieed in Marsh Valley, the "Garden
H IfS Spot of Idaho." Address Dowcoy Improvement
Co., Downey, Idaho.
Nen
rasua
Nebraska
Where you bought those Te Be Cea for a
Nickel and the Trnds for a Dim. You
Remember! Tracy Bro. Co., who sell more
cigars In Omaha than any other house. Why?
Quality. All first class dealers sell our goods.
Tracy Bros. Co., 1416 Doug. Bt., Omaha. Neb.
Sliinn Lightning Hods, the booth that In
terested many showing the (Trade Mark)
of tho best In Lightning Protection.
Address, W. C. Shlnn, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Northvestcrn
; ,1
Where you saw' the beautiful alfalfa anil
stock raining exhibit.' You remember! L.arge "
a of cattle and sheep. If Interested :
irer
Agent, Chicago end . Northwestern It, K
upject '
panorama
pa
in alfalfa raising .vrlte to tieneral Pasaen
t'maha. Nebraska, for pamphlet dealing fully with the
Oregon i
- Addr
Wnero you saw the attractive cyolorama of the City
pkiioi hiiu viio vu4iuiite TiuuT createa Dy teo.
hreiher.'The artut is identified with leading art
in Chicago and the country. II Is also super
of drawing In the Salem grade and hleh chn,la. .
Address Geo. t,. Schrelber, '09 Dlv. St., 8alem. Ore.
Over-the-Counter Sale
of Watches, Diamonds, Gold and Silver
Good3 (list goods excepted) is now on.
Take advantage of these reduced prices.
Buy your Christmas goods now.
, Look for the name.
. ...
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
15)6 Dougl s Street ..
c3
p
9"a Famoui
Oregon m
lis. Alb
oualy fertile Willamette Valley Booth was the
est agricultural and horticultural disnlav. Vn.
rigated fruits, nuts and vegetables. No billiards.
or urouitis. io crop failures.-lve new rail
Write to Commercial Club Secretary at rorml.
Ibany or, Salem, Oregon,
OREGON
eriiy monthly payn
v rie Hecker & Hea
South
lt u explain' to you how to own a 6 or, 10 acre fruit
and garden tract. Albany, Oregon, one of the beat
towns in Oreeon, and in the very heart of the famous
Willamette Valley. I1.2S0.00 for the entire tract. pr
tnts. No taxes, no interest, good markets. Call or
m. HiS Hrandela Theater Huildlng, Omaha,
Where you saw the two-headed caif.
the large cabbage, the flax grown en
aod, and the wheat grown without
irrigation Audra AxAmor Cosucar
clal Club, rdmore, South Dakota.
Dakota
1JL I The booth with the elx-foot wheat; th 100 buuhel oata;
I ITiSSl th perfect apples; tho national silver trophies won In
10 Bid 1 I competition against the fruit and farm section of the
k world. Th famous Gunnison Valley in the heart of Utah.
No boom prices yet. Alfalfa's natural home. Spalding, Livingston Inv Co.
(10 Newhouse Bld.. Salt Lake City. 813 City Nat. Bk. Hldg., Omaha, Neo,
Wypmin
g
You don't have to be rich to start farming.
and sold on crop payments. Remember the
fine products of this year's crop. Address
C. L. Beatty, Pine Bluffs Wyoming.
"The Wylle Way," where th ticket
was given awaj daily. Our new
folder will be published Deo. 1. No
charge. Write for It todav
WTLIB PEBMAKEHT OAKPHfO COHFAMT, imMOSTOW, MOBTTAKA.
Yellowstone Park
Jonn bays:
A f dowa? They look
J T V Uke a elroaal My
fvi 7 'Ftp Bait rv'
r,X-9 1 Sal 1 on and
r 1 . J err -one 1 falling
over th other on
te get 'otntnln'
far aoth.' a'. n
T. S. Smoke Trust
Buster Cigar.
John's Cigar Store
.i2l .vio. Jot i St
j
AMUSEMENTS.
rhonea: DougUs 494; InrL A-14D4
Maun tviry waySUS. Cvary ailg-ht,
Chynn Days loolan and X.nharr,
ronr crlglnal I.ondoii. Caoets Da tia-
corfna, Karl, raullrstU and Piquo,
Kuight and Beyer, Xluetossope,
rpham Concert Orchestra.
Frio. NlTht, 10c, 95c, B0C, 75o
Metis lOo. best seats asc, except Sat
nrday and Sunday.
1EALTHY HR!R; YOU
BY USING SAGE AND SULPHUR
Hisses' end
Young i'Jomcn's
Gun Metal High Cut
The Gun MetaJ High Cut Is
tha new style) In Button Shoea .
for Misses and Young Women.
' are always first to intro
duce the now styles and this
one haa proven , exceptionally M
popular. .
These arc school shoea that
Lave ail the style found in
mother's thoes combined with
same wearing qualities and
comfort.
u to 2. . S3.50
Young VVomfc'ii
3H to . .....83.00
:lrM.l.ldiM.,liy
BPXCIAI, MATINEE TODAY
Tonight l.aat Time
OEO. EVANS,
' "HOTBT BOT" MimigELI
WiDSESDAT MAT. ABO IfflQKT.
WILKEB WHITZ3IBB
and Kl notable Company In
"THB MAGIO MELODY."
November 19. 80, SI
RICHARD CABLH
A Harmless Remedy; Make the
Hair Grow and. Restores
.Natural Color.
The Woman's Relief
Corps No. 08
Auxiliary to Oeo. Crook Post,
Omaha, Wabraaka,
Presents
SOFIA . I tIA.II
In Concert Lectures
Brnlce l-athroi at the piano
At Itarlght Hall, IVth unl Far-
nam Influence of Music."
Monilay, Nov. ,H3th, 111, 8:15
p. in. ' Music and Childhood."
Tuesday, Nov. Uth, 111. :30
p. m. ' Music and Life."
Tuesday. Nov. Uth. 1911. 8:11
p. ni.
What a pity It Is to observe so many
people wlt thin and faded hair and
then real! at the most of these peo-'
pie might ...o a fine healthy head of'
hair if they would but use the slir.ple
"xage tea'' of our grandmothers, com
bined with other Ingredients for restor-'
ing and preserving the hair. . No one,
young or old, need have gray hair, weak,
thin or falling hair, dandruff or any
trouble of the sort If they would b.ut use
Wyeth's nge and Sulphur Hair Rem
edy. On the contrary. It l possible to
i.ave healthy, vigorous hair, of ye r feet
color, by a few application of this ro
...arKuble preparation.
Wyeths and iSulphur Ilair Item-
dy ;ulcKly removes aanuruff, leaves
...e scalp clean and healthy, promotes
nie growth of the hair and restores
lue i.atural color of the hair which haa
becoiiie fuded or gray It is a clean,
wholesome dressing, which may be used
at any time und with perfect safety.
Don't neglect your hair. Btart today
with Wyeth's hage and Sulphur.
This preparation U offered to .the
public at lifty cenj a bottle, and in.
recommended und sold by all druggists.
riennan & McConnell Drug Co., Cor.
lth and Dodge, Cor. 16th and Harney,
Cor. 24th and Farnam, 07-3 No. IStli
St., Loyal Hotel.
aBaKSSsaS
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 rarnam'St
4UvirixtiCAi THEATER
Tonight Mat. Tomorrow, IThursda
and Saturday.
TBtwxau viLY
lla t and th
VOODWAtO HOCK COMPAKT
THE DESERTERS ,
aTaat Wfc "ArYoaa Btaaoa.J
vmaki1! rnn Center.
fAii ay at ja-as-sj
JCIICf BiTlV8-6O-S0
t Jet Man Friday Overlooked.
RObiNSOiVS "CRUSOE CUIS"
EITmATAaAKIA iSB VABDETtLLt
K.'eiitcally the ettual or mum J pu
ductious. Ft i euty TChm -u lAue
KRUG THEATER
(Ut. a JO, JlUfht 8:30. Beat Bast 60c
THE Hl'AU SHOW GIKI.S
ud . ,
rAHMEIiO'ri I.IKK 1DSKS
Laols' PaUy
a
Btu. Itfatlae.
Free Land Information
The Twentieth Century Farmer, to meet the demand
of its readers for land information, has gathered and
compiled data on soils, climate and fanning conditions
in all parts of the country. It is willing to give out thU
information, free, if postage is sent with inquiry.
Do You Want to Know
About government land laws; location of land , of
fices, etcN
"How to get irrigation lands, location of projects,
laws governing same, etc.
Best sections for fruit growing, general farming,
stock raising or dairying."
Your questions will get prompt attention. Stat
plainly and specifically what you want to know. Write,
Land Information Bureau
The Twentieth Century Farmer
Omaha, Nebraska
llffulii- i aKTrrvma
Comic Secti&7i
The Sunday Bee
.- mafliisiii.1,. lMYen - I
With Happy Hooligan. Littli
Nemo, the Katzenjammer Kids
(nd the whole intereatinj fanily
'""' 1 " ' -a-MalnMHTiriiiiiial
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