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IT WAS ONLY A DREAM
By Winsor McCay
gmciouv Bin It
AM HUNGRY! I
WISH 1 WA.S MAf
rrwtu nu had a
Mr.nnrv uiKRiun in
3VB(IY ur a future
ORDEHANN THROWS REIHER
Tows Wrestler Wins Soond Fall, but
Losei the Tliird.
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HfRES A Nice
TIE! SIR! uri
Ht IS FLiRTlNQ
WITH ME ! HE'S
Wfi'U GET MAR
-KILO. En : RIGHT
AWAY! .VOU WONT
HAVE "TO WORK. i
ANO WILL GET
TOUR. -THREE MEAl'J
-Yes. cm so
tire d of
Tou Both .and
HOPE YOU EMJOY
A LONG AND
tlFE? YOU HAVE
MY BEST WliHESl
WONT LET ME! BUT.
WHAT DO YOU WANT.
THE REGULAR DIMNCR
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Ididn t tou I
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3-BON COUNTER? UHlYOU'RC
1 PlONT MEAN TO
DSTilR5 YOU. MISS!
IATCII CLOSE AT ALL TIMES
ea Melaea Man gkewe Brilliant
rra la Ce, Plaalwa:
I Opponent te Xiet with
llmul letoMK Hal4.
MINNSAFOLI8, Lino. lfi.-Henry Ord
tnann of Minneapolis tonight defeated
fee Refmer (Westergaard) of Des Moines,
ji.. -axing inn nrst ana tnira rails or a
The first fall went to the Minneapolis
man on a half-nln and crotch hold
after (7 mlnutea and n seconds of strenu
ous wrestling. On tlia return to tha mat
for the aeeond go. Raltncr ahowad brilliant
form- am! In, a. minute and N second
pinned Oraemann to tha mat with a head
claaora hold, but bltnaetf fell victim on
: ha third go to tha same hold and a half-
xialaon In 30 mlnutea and 45 second.
Although Relmar had slightly tha ad
vantage of Orderaann In weight, tha for
mer go', hk In at 210 and tha latter at U.
tha man were well matched, and tha out
roma waa to doubt until tha laat fait
. waa awarded.
FAMOUS SHOETSTOP WH0 13 TO
EE A MANAGER.
I Springfield Defeats
SPBJNUFIELD. III.. Dec. lR.-In tha
first referendum election held alnca tha
adoatlno af tha commlaalon form of gov
ernment about one year aco, tha saloon
retaliation ordinaneea ware overwaeltn
)n1y defeated today.
Tha vote against tha "resrulator" ordi
nance waa even larger than tha vote
cast In mo. wha tha city rejected loval
cpUoa by a plurality af 1.432.
Faur ordlnanoea ware voted upon,
Urenslna; bartenders, yea, I.J51; no,',I77.
1 1n-thouKnnd-duilar Moeaaa Instead of
KK, yea. 8.2Ub: no. 6.114
:nmpellln tha removal of screens, yes,
Sunday cloning;, yea, I.5H; no. 1,141.
During the campaign aach alda In.
dulged In bitter personalities, and with
tha announcement of tlia vote tonight
there ara nunverous threats being atade
to recall the commissioners who favored
tha defeated ordinaneea.
d . : ' . "'xp"
John jKoutgomery Ward, who will be
come president of the Hon ton National
league club, according to James K. Caff
ney, New York millionaire, who has pur
chased a controlling Intercut In tha club.
The placing of Mr. Ward In tha preal
dency of tha Hub 'team means that ha
wUl do longer be an opponent of Thomas
J. Lynch for tha National leagua presi
dency, as U has aver alnca Harry Pull-
Dr. Roller Throws
Koch of Germany
LINCOLN. Neb., Dec lS.-(SpacIal Tel
eg rim.) It took Dr. a. JT. Roller, tha
Heattle strong man, just forty-one min
utes to throw Ernest Koch, Oarniany's
champion, la two straight falls at tha
Oliver theater tonight. Tha match was
tha roughest ever staged In tha city.
Koch resenting tha remarks of tha audi
nca and twice apparently attempting to
push his opponent off tha stage. Ills
reugh tat-Uca aroused tha crowd. Holler
secured both falls with tha toa hold, tha
flrat ta twenty-seven mlnutea and the
second In fourteen.
In tha preliminaries Ob car Waasaio of
Uncola threw Cbrles Van Naas la two
straight tolls. Waasam posted a forfeit
of MM with Keferea BooU to wrweOe
tloorga Qtoa of Aurora for the champion
ship of tha slate, but Olon declined ta set
an early data for tha match, stating ha
would meet Wasuam later In tha aeaaoa.
I LGuG-DISTAf.CE BICYCLE
j RIDERS RETAIN STRENGTH
I NEW TOJIK, Dec. tt.Up to a lata hour
tonight &ona af the riders In tha aU-day
blcycia raoa at afadtsoa Square Uardsa
showed, signs of weakening. Tba lidara
got ahead of tha record by saoro than
three mtlsa at a clack, but thraa jams
and tumblea in as many prints during
, tha nest two hours reaulted In tha old
record getting top again by half
With the Bowlers
Have to Offer
NEW OWNEIi OF THE DOVES IS A
NEW YORK MAN.
ATTRACTION J OMAHA.
American I "Her Croat ICatca."
Brsndelsi '"the Mewly.Weds."
loatlneea toosv at tha Oaretv. Kr'ug
Schmidt Will Meet
Any Big Wrestler
The sporting sdltor of The Bee has re
ceived the following message from a
representative of Pnul Hctvmldt, who is
see;Jng a wrostllnir matoh with some
of tha headllnere In tha mat game:
NHW TORK. Dm. lS.Hportln BttKor
II e, Omaha: la reply to sum reus tsy
qulrlee I wish to slate that I will match
CmI HuamMt tha Oarwtaa tianiuiaa.
against any wrestler In tha world, winner
take all. This Includes Uutuh, Zbyasko,
Veterson and Mahmout. I am preiHwad
to forward you one thousand dollars to
giMtrantea appaarsnoa. of rtchmldt, tha
same to go as a slda net If they deslra.
All I ask la that tha natch be una to a
M. It. DAVIS, Manage for Paul Schmidt.
TWO MEN ARE KILLED BY
ILLINOIS CENTRAL TRAIN
CUNTRAUA, 111.. Dec. U-Joaeph
Tusrato, JO years old, and Antonio In
ferraro. M, both of at. Louis, wars killed
tonight when struck by a northbound
Illinois Central freight train three miles
south af Centralis, Several other par-
soaa were hurt ailghtly. The train raa
Into lut ut a running for a work train.
Ohnesorg 1-W )
eion 17J t4
Mmto.i 1.1 14
bowera 11 IMi
Milln .. lw
' Unnawaler .....
. . li
' - Totala II
lKHBr WOOL1SM atlLLaL
li. 14. hi. Tatxl
.Amndea M i e47
Hollo U 1 4
Latttoa lii 114 U
Totals M m
vr. u. Tt.
1st. U. aa.Taal
Padroaky 14 14 U ;'
Ja ulvkJc ., Wt U4 ' 4.1
Luicua U U kl
Jarors for llarrlsua t'oaatr.
LOU AN, la, Dec. li.-(sipeclal.-
pellt jurors tor the January toiui of dis
trict court of Harrison county, 1V12, ara
K. Korenson, Alls: Thomas Collins,
Washington; H. H. lUnmu, third, Uis
sourt Valley; C. W. Klbby. Allen: A. It.
s'ralser, Jefferson; Tlteodore Krausa. Mle
ousi Vsllay; Wry I Dartlug, JdUsourl
Vslley; C. AL Tucker, MlHuourl Valley;
H. A. Binlth, Jefrersoit; K. W. Crlsty.
Harrison; James Klaer. Mlasourt Valley;
C. M. Everett. Missouri Valky; C K.
I'hllltpa. Jeffvrsou; J. IluurcUam, Mor.
an; O. K. Hordaker, Harrison; K. V.
tclntoeli, Harrison; Thomas aierchner,
I nlon; J. K Norrls, Jrff-rMOn; 11. A.
trailer. Taylor; Y. O. Konfeldt. Uulon;
jolin tfeeley. Missouri Valley; 11. C. Lale.
LallrariKe; '. II. Davta, Harrison; Oeorge
tirven, Washington; A. K. Isaac, Cass;
J. O. Williams. Jeffersou; I.. 1. lloute,
llsrrtson; J. C Imtwsllvr, Harrison; W.
W. Pierce, Tsylor; A. H. Tamlmwi, Vlls
sourt Vslley; It. K Kliult. Douglas; J. W.
Allen, Jefferson; Charles tkhwsrts. Jef
ferson: T. 11. Parker, Missouri Valley; L,
V. Corfman. Harrison.
Orand jurors tor ths year 191:1:
Thomas Wilson, Missouri Valley; W, K.
Thomas, Union; A. 11. Knauss, Cuss; 8.
Oamet, Pyer; I. A. Iter, Harrison;
Clark Kuffcorn, Xorsan: 1. t . Hamiuer,
Taylor; 11. C. Cadell, Juffersnn; H. It.
Wade, aiajrnuua: j. v.. aemnuan, Wash
ington; Clark LJils, LHtle aiouz: D. W.
COMMITTEE VOTES TO REPORT
OMNIBUS BUILDING BILL
WASHINGTON. Dee. IS. Another large
appropriation which snay carry millions
of dollars waa added to Xtm house pro
gram today whoa tha bouse aomraltlea
on public buildings Am idt ta report an
omnibus public bullUlng bill. Tbla 4
olslon. on which tha aaaainlttsa vote woe
14 to I, waa aaaaa In tha faoa af oppuai
Uon by Drnwcratlo Leader Underwood.
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Trias Da W114 glaaaU
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of Jaruarv li. act f JT taw trial of Bar.
tlUMjra V, T. iLartuauai an iaa eoaraa
f puuavaii; sisar Aria lsuaal. ba finnrr
swert.ta.ajt. will ta eTiui ia aael aun
art lur tits Msih U buc aX ttr
tluusJ Uux (cevaie loo.- vae, acnua
UMt ta . canas."lJK larjiod UaOay
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I'hlladelabla yruiltio '.arkat.
nilLAlTJTiiA. l a-. tIitTTirSV-
t,uiit, tuiB si eaiuau'f sma;ni'. JaM
taut. Mi: bnaii.v u-tuts. axtra, sv-.
IXXla IAri.- sieaaj; Fan nT Its n'is
and otiwr nearby f lsia. free rasas, W 4t
IMi rase; eunent ratelpla, I'l.OO par raae;
westeio firsts, fraa eases, f at per oaaa;
Bamriit read ins. frea isms. M 00 VT es.e
CMalbaae-a4ark Aral hiaw Trk full
f reauis, lam'?, 1 -'; fair to good, UiWim,
"Tvo Nevtlyweda" at Ike Uranttels.
When Nauuleon Newly wed was trans
lated from the comics of a neWKpapcr
to the condition of hero of a inumcai
comedy tlia Changs whs startling. If not
successful. Tho McMunui cartoons had
had a considers bio vonue, and tha popu
larity that followed 'them through the
prlntexl pages of the dally papers that
published tliem has attached to soma ex
tent to tha pluyers who havs undertaken
to visualise "Lovey" and "Duvey" and
the bu.by. The afltilr is now on Its an
nual visit to Omaha, showing at the
Ilramlela, where It opened laxt night. The
feature of tha evening was tha attendance
of tha wool growers of the oountrv, who
were there as tho guests of the Omuha
President Cole, Commissioner Guild,
Members Pickens, Judson. liucklngbain,
Hugo Brandels, C. C. Rusewator, Uaxter
and others of tha executive commit toe
and a number of leading members of the
club ware on hand to receive, the guests
of tha club and see that all were prop
erly cared for. It' has been a long time
Jinoe tha tobby and foyer of tha beauti
ful Brands! presented, ao animated a
soene as on last night, i Tha reception
waa aurely a iucceai. Il delayed tha rise
of tha curtain for aome minutes, but the
time waa not wasted: ' When Vie curtain
did go up It found the members of tha
company, chorua and all. imbued with
tha spirit of the evening, for each wore
a badge of Omaha'a welcome to i, tha
sheepmen, and soma of tba comedians
wora aeveral. And as far as tha lines
of the play would permit tha conversation
turned oa the presence of the sheepmen.
"Tba Newly wodu" Is a mixture of
muslo, mirth and danoa, with a plot suf
ficiently tenuous to hold together a num
bs of episodic svsnts. i Jamas E. Rosen
la funny In his Impersonation, first of
tba baby, then of the tough, young dwarf
who bas escaped from a sideshow. Mar
garet Kraun, who plays Mra. Newlywed,
sings aeverol ambitious songs, and
Eulalle Toung, a vivacious soubrette.
leads one chorus and helps Miss Braun
Isad another, which are the features of
tha bill. Tha company la woll Qualified
for tha work It has In hand. The engage
ment lasts till after r'aturduy night, with
a matinee on Saturday afternoon.
Recital by Karri llavlicek.
Last night at tba First Uaptlst Church,
Mr. Karel Havlloek gave a violin recital.
It la always a pleasure to pay a
deserved tribute to tha faithful and
conscientious work of a, young musical
aspirant who baa been, brought up In
Omaha, who has made the most of his
advantages locally, luu gone abroad for
further serious study, tind who has re
turned to lieva his fellow-cltlsans pass
Judgment upon hlui and hi work. Sev
eral Instances of this huve occurred
recently and Omaha may be justly proud
Of Its younger branch of tha profvsslon.
Mr. Karel Havllcrk Is the latest of the
successful venturers. He ha worked
earnestly, he has worked faithfully, and
ha has achieved a great deal. Ha has
accomplished much In the way of secur
ing good tons-quality throughout tha far
stretches nf ths violin's compass and
range. He has a good sense of style
and "form" In his work and his
teahnlqua la a demonstration of many
hours of hard and unremitting labor. In
aonalderatlon of the many brilliant things
ha did, ha may ba forgiven for perpetrat
ing that unspeakable monstrosity for
violin alone, the Sextette for Lucia; tlia
deviser, or arranger, Mr. ft. Lubln
should ba un-caaonlsed and tha 8t. taken
from his name. Has this sextette ever
been arranged for cymbal onlyf
However, tha IaIo Hymphonle made up
for tha latter mentioned "piece," and the
other numbers on the program were well
worth place. Tha three Uuxmester ar
rangements struck a popular chord with
Mr, Hevllcek may feel justly proud of
his progresa and It Is for him now to
go on and climb tha heights.
Ulas Louisa Ormsby contributed two
groups of vocal numbers with her usual
success, and aha emphasised tha good
opinion already expressed la this column,
especially on account of her excellent
enunciation and her musical feeling.
Madam Augusta Dorglum had an ex
ceedingly difficult evening a work, and
aha arose ta tba occasion with her cus
tomary ability t. aha waa mora than tu
oompanlat, and did her trying planlstio
part with well balanced judgment. K.
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James K, (Jaffney, mllltonalie New Tork
contractor, who has purohased a con
trolling Interest In the Boston National
league club, announcing that he would
make John Montgomery Ward president
of tha club and Ned Hanlon, former
leader of the old Brooklyn Bupcrbas, Its
Miss Gluaer's engagement In this
will take place early In January.
Local Motes vf the Stage.
Miss Lillian Dilworth. who will play
at the Orpheum next week In a sketch
called the "New Leader," is ths pernont
floation of health. Such a beautiful com
plexion has she that It la really not
necessary for her to muke up for the
slaw. She attributes her splendid physical
condition to the long walks which she
takes every day of her life. She la also
a nirong believer In the motto "Early to
bed and early to rise." for she Is up
with the birds In the morning and goes u
bed almost Immediately after act In the
evening. It does not make any difference
to Mts Dilworth whether she has a com
panion on her long hikes, for she en
joys them just as much when she is
alone. At the end of each engaKement
lio -Is more familiar with the town In
which she has been playing than any
other person on the bill simply because
she lias walked from one end of it to
Tha closing performance of "Her Grsat
Match" will be given at the American
today and tomorrow, the run ending with
Saturday night. This bill lias proved very
popular, and It may ba repeated bnfore
the cloxe of the season. For the coming
week, with its runh of tlia real Christmas
'pint. "Hells, 41111" is to be put oil.
Vaudeville lovers are reveling In the
hitch cIhms acts composing the olio of tho
Harry Hastings show at the Qayety this
week. Coi.spUuous In the group are Hill,
Cherry and Hill, whose bicycle act. Is
nothing shoe of marvelous, lilcycle acts
have been before the public for years
and, nowadays, a msnuger hesitates be
fore eiiKHgli.K a bike s t, because of the
similarity. Hat this trio, hus no trouble
in being continually engaged and when
you see them you will not wonder at It.
The blK chorua of spring lambs la a spe
cial feaure during sheep show week.
Tired shoppers ladies' matinee every day.
The finals of Miners Americans at the
Krug this week la one nf the best staged
act of tho present Krug season. All mem
ber of tha chorus ars elegantly costumed
In pink tlkhts and red wslsts. Helmets
of white meial. surmounted by brilliant
plumes, form the head decorations. Tho
back drop shows an American flag crea
tion that Is unusual. KhcIi of the wing
piece ia decorated to repreaeot a forelgu
SIX IDA GROVE MEN WILL
SPEND CHRISTMAS ABROAD
BIG BRIDGE OVER HELL GATE
Two years from next sprint: the Kast
river will be rpanned by another bridge.
It will bo acroFS Hell Gate, from Long
Island to The lironx, and will sens to
connect tho New Haven & Hartford and
the Pennsylvania systems.
The New York connecting railroad
bridge, as It Is called, will ba reudy in tha
spring of 1S14, according to former Bridge
Commissioner Uu.itav Llndeiithal, who
designed the structure with Palmer &
Hornbcstel. In It New York will' see one
of the most massive bridges In the world.
With viaducts It will be three miles long
and nearly 100,000 tons of structural steel
will ba required to build It. There are
taller bridges, but heavier span there is
none. It will be uaea exclusively by the
builders, tho Pennsylvania and the New
Haven & Hartford.
There will be three great spans. The
first will connect Long Island City and
Ward's Island, the second Ward's inland
and Randall's Island, and the third Ran
dall's Island and The Bronx.
The span crossing from Long Inland to
Ward'a Island will b the Jargest. This
will be known as the Hell Gate bridge.
It will be of the braced steel arch type
and will resemble a gigantic river gate.
It will also mark the entrance to tha Kast
river from the north.
Two big steel arches 3,000 feet In length
will support the deck. These will rise
to a height of 300 feet above the water.
Tha deck will be 110 feet over tha river,
which la the distance that separates the
old Brooklyn bridge from the water. The
bridge will look llko tha old Brooklyn
bridge turned upside down.
The distance between the towers will
be 1,107 feet, or about one-fifth of a mile.
About 100,000 tons of steel will be required
for the span. Some of the members alone
will weigh 1S5 tons. In this respect the
pan is superior to every other In the
The bridge crossing the Firth of Forth
In Scotland cornea 'next. This bridge has
two spans of 1,700 feet each and carries
two railroad tracks. .
The Hell Gate span will carry four
tracks embedded In stona ballast, ao there
will be no rumbling noise to disturb sen
The towers will be 9)0 feet high. There
will be four of them, two on. each side.
They will be of moulded concrete ma
sonry surmounting ahntments of Cyclo
pean gray granite. Parts of the masonry
work have been completed, while other
parts are still under construction.
Kxcavatlona for tha abutments were
started aome time ago, but it will be
months before they will appear above
the surface. They extend down to bed
rock, which In parts Is 150 feet down in
the bowels of the earth.
On tha Astoria side the piers run down
from 105 to 150 feet. On Ward's Island
rock was found much nearer. Tha Astoria
piers ara on the old Barclay homestead
and not far from scaly rock.
In tha upper parts of tha tower will
ba rooms for switches and other railroad
necessities. About 600,000 cubic yards of
masonry will be 'used.
Tha viaduct will be of solid steel. In
Long Island It will follow a line HO feet
north of Barclay atreet nouUiwe.it ard
to tha Pennsylvania yard at Sunnyslde.
It will pass over Long Island City at a
an average height of alxty feet and will
rest on a scries of concrete arches sup
porting steel girders. Mr. Lindeulhal's
original plan called for an all steel via
duct, but this did not coma up to tha
aesthetlo standard set by the Municipal
Art commission, and the plans were re
Since then the plans have been changed
to call for concrete land supports, and
other decorative changes sugested by the
coimnUflon for tho span have been made.
From an engineering point of view tho
changes do not alter the bridge as origi
The viaduct acrpsa Ward'a 1 Hand will
also rest on concrete piers. ' ThlA viaduct
will bo 2.000 feet long and will connect
Hell Gate bridge with the ona crossing
Llttlo.Hell Gate to Kandall's Island. Llttlo
Hell gate will be spanned by a riveted
truss bridge 1,000 feet long.
Altogether tho miles of vlaiSurts and
bridges will cost approximately 120,000,000.
Tha Improvement waa started seven years
ago, and has been carried on steadily
ever since. All these years were put In
on the foundation and abutments New
Lata aiaaer'a New Oaesei lilt.
"Ml Dudclsaca," tha Joyous operatic
uri-eaa, about which so much hss been
heard a'.nr It premier In Berlin and
VUni.a, has proved the hit of Lulu
Olaaar's career. Pv has been arorinz
heavily In It In Philadelphia, Beaton.
Waahlngian gad ether elia and la te
preeeal It la ChleaS during tha bolt
aaya. Tha alluring nelodlae and wlUh
m valia purobeft Ja "MUs Dudel.-k'
are said la be at par with those of "Tha
Marry Widow- and "Tha Bprtag MUld."
IDA GROVE, la., pec. l.-eipecUn-
John- Lanslnk, sr.; John Lanelnk, jr.;
Henry WUtslnk and Herman Metjerlnk
left here for Holland, whera they will
spend Christmas In their native land.
Theirs Is a story of what America will do
for the foreigners of the right sort who
com to this country seeking a home.
Meljerlnk came to America alona In 1S75,
and, aa ha prospered, ha sent money to
bia friend and neighbor, John Lanslnk,
and told him to come over. A Uttla later
Wiaalnk was sent for in tha same way.
Now, thirty years later, they ars all wcU
to do and prosperous. John Lanslnk, sr.,
awns two of the beat farms In Ida county.
G. A. Christiansen and Edward Meant
left for Germany, where they will spend
tha next three month. State Kepreaan.
tatlve Ed II. Campbell of this county wa
to have been ona of tha party, but he
was taken sick with typhoid and had ti)
give up tha trip.
Cham Pedestrian te Here.
J. H. Mooney of New York, who walked
from New York to an Francisco in
elshty-oiui days, slopped off In Omuha
today, cn his way back home by rail, to
sea a friend st Fort Crook Mooney left
New York May JO and arrived In Sal
Francisco Keoirmber t, walking the en
tire distance. II now holds the record
for the coat-to-voast Walk, beating kd-
ward ray aim We ton a record of low days.
Kay ta tba tUtuetloaBee Advertising.
City to Take Appeal
in Carlisle Case
A majority of- the members of the city
council!. Including Mayor MaJone'. have
decided to Instruct City Solicitor Kimball
to appeal the caso of Charles Carlisle
against the city to the supreme court. Tha
case has been tried twice. The ftrst trial
resulted In a verdhtt for tho city, taxing
the costs to tho plainttff. This waa sec
aside and the Issue tried again on an
amended jftition making Contractor K.
A. Wlckham co-defendant with the city
on tho grcsind that the city's responsi
bility was ;scondary if there was any on
the part of either.
During the progress of a heavy storm
two yearn oit more ago the water washed
out a newly filled sewer ditch. Into which
Carlisle drowe, and he lost a horse. The
contention of tho city Is that tho washout
was caused by the excessive, rainstorm
then prevailing that the accident oc
curred during Us progress, before any
body could naive had knowledge of it, and
that the city cannot be held responsible
for tho washout any more than it could
for tha storm.
SCULLY HEIRS TO PAY
$20,000 INHERITANCE TAX
BEATRICE. IPeb., Dec. 14. (Special Tel
egram.) Judge Waldan In a ruling made
In county court: today ordered the hairs
of tha lata Iid Scully to pay 120,000 as
Inheritance tax on holdings In Gage and
Nuckolls counties, this state. Hie case
haa bean pending tor aome time.
Buys a Fine
SATURDAY Cjf These Suits and Overcoats
actually sold for $22.50, $25.00 and $30.00.
This is a saving to you of from $4.00 to $11.50.
They are all the latest weaves and patterns.
This sale price is for Saturday only. :: :: ::
Expert Clothes Filters
107 South 16th St.
Have .Your Shirts Hade
to Fit YOU
There's a lot of sat IsTiV-.tlon about wearing shirts that are. mads to
fit a satisfaction that don't go with the kind that you buy ready made.
There's a greater degree of ton -fort, a much better appearance and us
ually, very n-uch finer fabrics. During the rest of tuds month, J. .m mak
ing -a special price on my cuwtom made shirts.
6 for $14.00 3 for $7,00
This is just about the price of good ready made sfolrts. Tha satis-,
faction which these sklrta will give you makea it Very well worth your
while to come in and, leave your measure.
A Full Line of Dr. Delmei's Winter Weight 4?nderwear,
1322 Farnam Street
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"KnrUsh Tailored'' mesas aomstklag
kUIS MOKE than Most tailored"
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MBAKS know hew" tailoring
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klAll departure from' "aold
- everything to Vhe man who
weald have the quality, workman
ship and atyle and yet have aome of
"We Lead, Others Follow"
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Inspection Invited.
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