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RtsftiJ" u., "f(6RLX HAVING
ROORKE IS AFTER MEETING
Victor Parrish Will Accompany Him
to Columbus to Secure It.
XOURXE IS TO BE MARRIED
lie Will Look for New rlny
era and Also Arrange a Train.
In Camp for tb Unmltn
Pa Ronrke, owner ot the Omaha base i .
mil emu, -leaves tnursaay nignt nr
niraico. wnere ne win ntiend the on
iinl mrellng of the tern leaglle, and
from there will to to rolumbua to attend
tlje meettni; of the National Aimoclntlon
of Profeaslonal IS use Ball league. Mr
ifourke "Will be accompanied by JJIm Mary
Jll). to whom he will be married be
fre he leave.
A atrong effort wt be made by Mr.
Tlourke to land the ISM meeting ot the
alsoclatlon (or Omaha. K. V. Parrlah,
manager of the bureau of publicity ot
tno Omaha Commercial club, will go to
Oolumhui and aid Itourke In aeourlng the
meeting. Iat year Omaha made an at I
fampt for thla year, but fell ahort by two
Mr. Kourktj will alio do a lot ot work
In rejuvenating the Omaha team. H la
hl Intention to land aeveral big players
for next year'a tram. He taya lie will
tirade or nell every flayer on hla present
team If It la necesiary to get'a real live
clpb for ne:t ceaeon.
The training camp for the Ttourkea next
eeaeon will In all . probability be settled :
Ht the meeting In Columbua Uur, llourkti
U atronrly contemplating taking his club
W Ban Antonio, Tex'.', yhero ;Charle
tJarr, former lndlanatotl manager, ha a.
ftarted a college for bae ball ynungstera
and who. wUl have alxtitn ball parka all
filled out by next spring. Mr. Cnrr haa
aked Ttourk') to bring hla team there.
A hotl wilt be erected especially for
HU players, where they will be housed
for I1G0 tcr day eaoli. It Is Understood
that several major league clubs wilt also
train at this camp.
Hawkeyes Expeot Big
Battle from Hoosiers
lWA C1TT, Jo., Nov. L-(8pec,lat.)-Dlstanca
prevented the local management
ffom sending a scout tojrlew the Indiana
Ohio gome- Saturday and, as a result, tho
Icwa coaches have nd Idea as to what
to expect from the Hoosiers when thoy
tcrrts to Iowa field next Saturday. Tim
n.en were warned at today's practice that
they must expect a terrific battle with
the visitors. In which Iowa speed and re
soufcefulnesa wilt have to offset the
greater weight and strength of the In
Clanant. As the locals have li6t had a game since
Fret of Impurities
TP . fnmS Ions Tii,,
-" OMfJ Atmf, leiicr,
JUah, Pimple, Carbuncle,
It, Is certainly remarkable how quickly '
tbe action ot S. 8. 8.. the Jsmous blood
purifier, shows Rself In the sktn.
There Is one Ingredient in 8. S. 8.
.which peculiarly stimulates cellular or
glandular activity to select from the
blood, or from the fine network ot blood
vessels in tbe skin, those elments which
it requires tor regeneration. .
Thus pimples, acne, ectema. lunus. or
an)" other blood condition that attacks
the kl or seeks an outlet through the
skin is met with the antidotal ettect ot
Thla Is why akin troublea vanish so
readily and why tbey do not return. Un-
ucr-ios umucnw m a. a. o. mis one ne.
work of blood vessels In tbe skin is con-
atanjly sleeting from the blood the nutri
tion required for healthy tissue, and the
cause of disease Is Just as constantly be
ing removed, scattered and rendered
It la a great mistake to rely upon ca
thartics to cure pimples or other facial
eruptions, Not only do cathartics causa
chronic constipation, but they thin tho
Mfpd of Us valuable and essential pre
servatives. TTeu will be surprised and delighted at
tha quick change If you will use 8. 8. B.
the. famous blood purifier. Its action In
i h ftkln ( ntllt wnmHiinit TV.... f..t.
arc moat fullr cxclalnd In a book on I
troubles sent by the Bwlft BDeelfla
Cu til Bwlft Bldk- Atlanta. Ga. You
mM ted 8. 8. 8. on sale at aU drug stores.
tut m. feAttfo tnriiv nnA tuni.h n .bin
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trick of trying to sell rata
lie. Don't be j&Ultd.
Jeff Convinced Mutt of the Theory of Reincarnation
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oNce n Your.
October 26 and nrn given nn absolute
jrnst on Saturday while the coaches
viewed the Ames-Nebraska clash, a
scrimmage was In order today. A long
drill In rudimentary foot bull, which
some of the men have forgotten, was the
Initial proceeding today. The llawkeyes
will make a determined effort to win
from Indiana, as It will be their last
chance against a conference team for tho
Iteports of unexpected strength In the
Ames lineup have caused alarm as the,
Agglcs come here to fight for the stale
title on November IS.
is After Players
of Kegular Teams
TOliBOO. Nov. n.-Oeorge Stovall,
newly appointed manager of the Kansas
City Federal league club, arrived here
this morning to offer a contract to Bar.
beau, third baseman of the Itanvaa City
American association, team, who lives
Htovall announced that every club In
the league would havfi five or six lesser
lights, now on major league rosters, be
for the opening ot the 1914 race.
"We don't Intend to go after players
who are still under contract," said Htov
nil, "but we arri going after men wfyo
are retained only under the reserve, clause,
which means that a player cannot sigh
with any other club except tho one with
whom his contract tias Just expired, un
less sold or released to another team.
"We are after men In the big leagues
who draw about, ?S,W. We Intend to of
ri theitl tf.OtO mote than they rire get;
Twenty-T&ree Motor '
Oars Start in Race
Across the Desert
J0 ANUKt.KS, Nov l.Tw-nty.lireo
motor cars, stripped for fast work, weie
sent away early today In the long grind
of the sixth annual To Angeles-io-Phoenix
nutomoblln race, the first car
being started at daybreak and the others
i following at ten-minute Intervals. The.
racer expect to reach the finish- line,
174 miles away, some time tomorrow, and
Governor George "W. I. Hunt of Arltona
will officiate aa referee.
Despite the early hour, a big crowd
was gathered to watch the start, and
each racer set out amid a chorus of
cheering. The night control station Is
at Yuma, Arls., and the race will
resumed tomorrow morning,
Blx prizes, totaling tf.COO, are offered for
the race. They are graded for W.600 for
the winner down to XD.
Michigan is Voting
on Conference Issue
ANN ARBOR. Mich., Nov. .-The vot
(ng which began here today by University
or Aiionigan siuaents. aiumnt ana faculty
ot the advisability of Michigan return
h)Jf t0 tn western Intercollegiate confer-
once, was heavy and excitement ran high
The polls will close Wednesday night. ,
I Altlough It gvnerally has been thought
i the student body largely whs In favor of
;the return to the conference, antl-confer-I
enre advocates came out 111 large num.
' tiers toduy und organised an energetlo
campaign to overcome the pro-conference
, feeling. It was said that the antl-organl
Ixutloti chiefly waa composed of upper
' classmen and alumni.
I The Michigan bally, the student pub
lication which Is responsible for the vot
Ing. reported that forty alumni assoclu-
tlons havn already reported In favor of
! return lo tbe conference.
Wbcn the complete voto ,1s obtained the
result wltl I given to the board of re
t SKATTLE, Nov. S.-"Coach Williams
, jn,i ...i.e-riion A.rA
. BlvlnK otir atlsfactlon. declared
I President K. Vincent of the University
. ot Minnesota last night, adding that
I Williams contract had two years to run.
irn.lnsnt Vincent's remarks were
prompted by dispatches telling ot the
action of the Northern Minnesota Alumni
association at Duluth last week, attack.
Ing Dr. D. U Williams, foot ball coach
of the university for bis failure to plac
I winning teams In the field.
President Vincent, who Is l)tlng in
this city, said there was no prospect that
ailmore Doble, coach at the University
of Washington and a former Minnesota
star, would be asked to take charge of
lh Minnesota team.
jlurpb' to Leave for Kat.
i CHICAGO. Nov. X-I'resMent Charles
W. Murphy of tbe Chicago Nationals will
leve Chicago tomorrow for New "Vork.
whence he will asll on Thursdsv for a
' Pleasure trip through Great Britain. He
1 will not return In time for the National
' meeting at New TorV next month
Kej to the Sltuatlon-Uei Advertising.
KEARNEY NORMAL DEFEATED
Grand Island Business College Lam-
basts the Teachers.
WINS BY NINETEEN TO SEVEN
OTrr-Confldenre After Defeat of
Denver University Hal dtn Have
fleet the Cnme nf 4hr
KKAKNKY, Neb.. Nov. i.-(Hpeclal Tel
egram.) After a har fought and Inter
esting game, attended by a large body
from tho Grand Island hcIioo! and the
entire normal student body, the Keraney
Normal team was defeated by the Grand
Island Huslness ' college this afternoon
with a final score of 1 to 7.
The touchdowns made by the Grand
Island nlnvers trie nil mid noiilhl
by the constant fumbling of th normal I
boys when their fake playa were broken
up by the visitors. The first touchdown
Of the game was made In a few minutes
from lha start. After a hard scrap the !
iNormal succeeded In getttn the ball
within the Grand Island lino and made
their only touchdown with a successful
rush by Proctor.
Having thi normal outclassed In to
day's game, tho victory was jtaally won
by tWi visitors who esjilly held the
school teachers for downs. Mnch cautaln
ot Grand Itland, was continually pen
nlhet. The dtfeut of the Normal team puts
ft crimp In the champlnoshlu ambitions
tL ( HUH?
of that Institution. It Is believed thelnlahed Binerson. Hastings, Malvern and
beating of the Denver team last week
made, the boys a Utile over confident
and lley were not prepared for the re
ception given them by the heavy tuuaii
of the business college. The lineup:
KICA11NBY. I GUAND IBMNDl
Davles H.B.1 RE. luud
Potts K.T.IR.T llosene
Cameron lt.u. itG Jurtklns
J. nandoipn u. c
II Randolph .nUT. Ltl. ... ..
Holder I.O.IUT ...Mlnch
Remington ....L.K.I UK Tart
Oarrlg Q-l Q lischer
Proctor .. ... R.H.I K.H MPU?fTr
O. Wareham ..K.H,! K.H. ., ...Wise
pierce UH.IH. I-owery
Bubstltulea'.a Wareham for C-'.
Hotohktss for, Pierce. nfM Matt'",
Omaha. Umpire! llathhpne, Nebraska.
Head linesman: Orr. Kearney. Time
keeper: Lanti, Kearney.
More Low Grade Ore
Mined in Black Hills
IXAD, 8. D., Nov k-(Bpeclal.)-That
a aroatsr quantity of low grade ores
art? now being handled by the Black
Hills mines. Is shown by me iwemy
fourth annual report of the stato mine
Inspector made pubUo today by State
Mine Inspector Otto Ellennan.
The report covers the year up to No
vember 1. and while the bullion produced
Is less than In the tonnage ot moat
of the principal properties Is Idgher.
The total gold and silver production for
IDS u 1714T,JW., bringing the total pro
duction ot bullion In this stata since 7
to $U4,4a,MO. The number of men em
ployed In Black Hills mines Is now S.07,
which Is less than In former years, due
to the Installation ot labor-saving de
vices, principally by the Homestue
which eqilppd all Us plants with slec
trlclty. throwing many engineers and
firemen out of work, while the com
pressed air and gasoline motor have sup
planted the horses In mst',of the mines,
which reduces the number of men and
und the haulsR costs.
lnsoector Kllerman also calls attention
to the. fact that many good propertU
yet undeveloped lay Idle for lack of sut
flclent capital to put them on a paying
basis. He also declares all the mines In
good condition and maklnr many new
Improvements, which will result In In
creased tonnage and calls special atten
tion to the work of the State Bchoot of
Mlnea at Rapid City, which Is greatly
aiding mining In the Black Hills with
Ita experimental work and Us djjjsemna-
lion of valuable Information. The re
port covers only those companies ac
tually producing ore and omit n iumb;r
of the smaller ones, and does not report
on a number of properties which maJe
periodical shipments during the year and
which would tend to swell the figures
The table of statistics showing the
bu.lton production, tonnage and number
ot men employed by the prinolpal pro
ducing companies Is as follows:
Companies. Rulllon.Tonnase. Men.
Homestake .. . .W.'JM.WO t.WJ.000
Golden ltsward ..
Wasp No. S..
IJ,40 W.71S !7
TM.MO 1O.M0 110
IV.f.ix vt lf; ne
10.000 . S)
7S.I3 J7.1P1 4
4U1T.CI B.&JJ 10 1
S.OT0 .... 15 .
M.m.3 lO.tVk) 1
Totals t7.4;.160.a 1 rM.471 ;60
I'nder the head. of miscellaneous Is In
cluded the Lund.' Bc-g, Dorr and Wll
on, Victoria, Monarch. Ironsides prop,
ertles. There are also 111 men employed
In properties other than gold and silver
producing and this does not Include
A Life Senteaee
' of suffering with throat and lung trouble
1 1. ml,viv mmmiiinit hv nr k'inr . v..
1 Z,AZ"Z M. ..j n T v.
OMAHA, TTESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1013.
L6T5 see .' coin, piq
N'Ml Of Vexy COW
Likes His Obituary,
but Will Get Well
WKS8INOTON, 8. ., Nov. .-(8pclal.)
A. U. Dames, of this place. Is one ot
the few mn, who have experienced the
"pleasure" of reading their own obituary
notices In the newspapers. In some un
accountable way the rumor gained cur
rency that he was dead, and as ho Is
well known In this part of the state,
several of the newspapers ot the region
printed long accounts of his death and a
sketch of his active career. The rumor
doubtless grew out of the fact that ho
had not been well lately. Mr. Barnes Is
so well pleased with the good things the
newspapers said, of him in the obituary
notices that he now states he has decided
to get well and expects to be around In
a f,w Jay'
Will Send Electric
FIIKNANDOAH, la., Nov. J.-tSpeclal.)
Tlx Continental Gas and Electric com
pany ot Cleveland, O., owners ot the elec
tric plants at Ited Oak and Shenandoah,
la., and Plattsmouth. Neb., Is building
one ot the longest transmission lines In
the state. The company wilt discontinue
using the Plattsmouth plant and supply
the current from Its Red Oak plant. He
sides Plattsmouth, currertt will be fur-
Pacific Junction. The line will cross the
Missouri river on steel towers and will
be' carried- forty, mllea through the coun
try parallel to the Burlngton railroad on
wooden poles. The voltage on the new
line will be SG.OOO, exceeding by several
thousand the voltage on the transmis
sion lines now In this' part ot the state,
which Is usually about M.000.
SWAINS WARNED NOT TO
COURT SCHOOL MA'AMS
8IOUX FALLS. 8. D.. Nov. I.-(Bpe-
clal.) The Bosrd of Kducatlon ot Castle
wood has experienced so much diffi
culty In retaining young women achool
teachers, many of whom persist In fall
ing In love and getting married after
they cancel their contracts with the
board, (hat a public woriilng has been
Usued to the young swains of the town
that tbey must cease capturing the young
women teachers for wives. The uoaro
ot Kducatlon taya It has the Interests or
the public schools and, the young and
growing generation to look after Instead
of providing suitable wtvea for the young
men. The publlo warning which has been
W Want to give notice and fair warn
ing that the next young man who at
tempts to flirt with or keep company
with ono of our fair achool ma'ams la
apt to get Into serious trouble. Borne peo
ple seem to labor under the Impression
that all the school board has to do Is
to secure good-looking, competent and ef
ficient lady teachers and then have these
fellows lay plans to capture them.
Wa admit school ma'ame are most en
ticing a,td captivating and that they
make Ideal helpmates, but when we get
a competent teacher the members ot the
school board like to retain her services
as long as posnlble We haw n good
school ma'ams to dlspofe of.
HORSES KILLED BY FALL
FROM HIGH VIADUCT
IpWA CITY, la., Nov. J,-Speclal.)-Mat
0'Hrle.n. a farmer living near Iowa
City, attempted a feat never before
known here Saturday night, when he
started to drive home down the Rock
Island tracks Instead of adhering to tbe
public highway. The drlvo was success,
ful for two blocks, but was then spoiled
by the high bridge over the Iowa river.
The horses had followed the embank
m.n . r. t V. . .n1 Imi whn thV haw t H
j ojfn tM bffort ,hem th. Bttetnpted l0
turn around. As a resul, the entire
equipage dropped some sixty feet Into
Madison street just above the place whern
It runs Into the river.. Both horses were
Instantly killed and the buggy smashed
O'Bileu, however, waa uninjured, and
after surveying the wreckage for a mo
ment, he returned to a lical hotel and went
to bed. His team had turned onto tha
tracks where they cros Clinton street,
and had crossed a planked viaduct over
Capitol street before coming to the river
HOTEL AT MITCHELL BURNS;
ALL THE GUESTS ESCAPE
MITCHELL. B. D.. Nov. J, -The Mit
chell hotel, for forty years a leading
hostelety ot South Dakota and a land
mark of Mitchell, waa destroyed by fire
at a early hour thla morning. All the
guests escaped. Tho loo Is $4).X.
Toledo Hays Two Uatflelders.
TOLKDO. O.. Nov t The Toledo
Ainerlran association club announre-i to
day that It had obtained Outfielder
It) an and Iellve't from Cleveland
IV nu Haa Wright.
Pennsylvania. line averages 1SI pounds,
the backs 101 pounds and tbe team III
NOW I BT ME LOOK. OP iOIAC
B6AVTS, A fJjtWNG NO THftT
WONT QO -45LK" S NORl
rNir-f- of'- no! tnt ,
wom't do - oh Heae itis.
"ANT GAYER.' -"LONG NOt
U ,TB I .-,...,.0 fM -J IMlVi,Ti. I I r vijjlk I
eNlrAe- OF COWB-OUf lr4STlMCr,
Wj 1 .eeO& UPON AHT ND CfTWt-P. J JT' ' I ANT" J V
t-eeos upon A.vr no cttwc-p.
TO ARBITRATEJAR STRIKE
Governor of Iowa Will Call Board for
ACTION TO BEGIN AT ONCE
Executive tins Conference rrlth Head
of State Federation Over Convict
Labor Conflicting: vrlth
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DKS MOINES. la., Nov. S.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Governor Clark today after a
conference with labor leaders agreed that
tomorrqw he will serve notice on the In
terested parties to tho street car strike
at Oskaloosa to set In motion the law
providing for a board of arbitration. The
board wilt be Immediately appointed and
preparo to effect a settlement.
Tho governor also ' held a. conference
with the president of the State Federa
tion ot Labor and Board ot Control on
the convict labor at the state prison, and
especially with regard to prisoners being
permitted to do anything that, would con
filet with union labor In the city of Fort
Madison. Agreement was effected to
have the matter settled.
Iowa News Notes.
LOGAN In celebration of her seven
tecnth birthday between thirty and forty
friends of Miss Inez Smith gave her a
surprise" here Saturday evening.
LOGAN Claude Knowles, rural carrier
on route No. 4. reports farmers out of
danger of a corn famine on his twenty,
eight-mile routo to the southeast ot
Logan, as the corn Is yielding from
thirty to sixty bushels to the Acre. A. G.
Morris, living south of Crisp, finds one
field producing forty-eight bushels and
another field producing sixty.
IXJAN To discuss matters of mutual
Interest with representative business men
oi Login and Its vicinity, v. D. Fort.
coal traffic manager: C C. Cameron. Gen
eral rreignt Agent J. B. Brown and Gen
eral Passenger Agent II. J. Phelps of tho
Illinois Central will be at Lonn Wrin.
day afternoon, November i, at 1:46 on a-
HARLAN The Harlan lllrh -j.hr.nl
girls' basket ball team was defeated here
Saturday by the Defiance High school
team, by .a score of 15 to 8, but the boys'
team of the Harlan school won out over
the Defiance boys' team, by a score ot
3 to 17. Theso were tho second of a
series of games between these schools
to aecme tne chamn onshln of Shelbv
HARLAN Thomas F Kent of Monroe
township has finished the season of show
Ine his herd of Chester White hogs ond
nu maae a sensational record for this
year, lie has won over 400 ribbon, thla
year, consisting of over SOO first and sec
onci premiums ana the balance, for the
most part, of thirds and fourths. Mr.
Kent's herd numbers over OJ.
HARLAN In about twn w..k l-.rh.r
& Ryan, breeders of Aberdeen Angus
cattle, will load four cars of the blacks
for tho international Stock show at Chi
cago. They will exhibit one car of calves,
one car of Vitarllngs and two cars of J-yrar-olds.
Kscher Ryan have perhaps
won more premiums at the International
than any other one firm, having won the
sweepstakes on car load lots for several
ltanarui CItjr Bays Gelbrl.
KANSA8 CITY. Mo.. Nov. S.Catcher
Oeibel of the Philadelphia American
league cluh was- purchased todsy by tho
local American nssoclstlon team. The
sale waa announced by John Savage, soc
ictary ot tbe club.
Hampton. Five Wins.
HAMPTON, Neb., Nov, l-Bpeclai.)-Tne
Hampton High school defeated, the
Stockham high school In an exciting
game of basket boll at-the opening game
In the new gymnasium by a score of U
Cecil Henry Hames
is Granted Divorce
LONDON. Nov. J.-Cecll Henry Hames.
today was granted a divorce
grounds from Emily JElls Hames. They
were marnea at llttaburrh In tarr
Mrs. Hames elotied to Amori. 4k
Norman. McCutcheon. a Callforrtlan whom
sno met on a hunting field In Lececter
hire, and according to evidence pre
aented went through a - marriage cere
mony with him In California.
Mrs. Hames wrote from her mother's
heme to her husband:
"Can you come over and arrange for a
divorce? The whole thing can be ar
ranged and you can return free. Many
happy returns of your blrthdav ."
Explaining that her mother was so 111
that It wouia probably be fatal to tsll
i her she had come home to secure a dl
Ivorce. Mra. Hames added.
"I simply cannot kill her. Write some
I times to keep up the" game, for they
'keep asking why you don't write.-'
Grave of Emerson
CONCORD. Mass., Nov. 1-MutuaI ven
eration of Ralph Waldo Emerson led
Richard Wlghtman and Mrs. Patricia
Margaret Street, both of Baybrook, Conn
to have their marriage ceremony per
formed today beside the grave of the poet
and philosopher In Sleepy Hollow ceme- I
tery. With their hands clasped In front
ot the quarts boulder which marks Bmer-
sod's burial place they were- pronounced I
man and wife by Rev Loren B. McDon
ald ot this town
Drawn for The Bee by
Ultimatum on the
Surrender of Arms
Sent Strike Leaders
TIlINnJAD, Colo., Nov. 3.-Oontlnuod
activity by union leaders In an effort, to
collect all arms And ammunition in pos
session of tha. strikers, or an Immediate
order to the state troops to surround and
search the tents at Ludlow, was ths
ultimatum delivered by Adjutant General
John Chase to John'R. Lawson ot the
United Mine workers this morning.
General Chase visited Ludlow early to
day and conferred with Lawson. The
latter turned 6ver a few 'mors guns and
state that he was experiencing much
difficulty In Inducing the miners to sur
render the weapons.
A driving enow storm kept militiamen.
strikers and mine guards In their tents
Frank J. Hays, International vlce-prest-
dent of the United Mine Workers of
America, today dented a .report that
strikers are preparing to return to work
under the protection of the national
File Final Brief
CONCORD, N. II., Nov. I. Tho final
brief for Harry K. Thaw, In connection
with hla efforts to resist extradition from
New Hampshire to New York was filed
with Governor Felker today. .
The brief states that the requisition
la not In -accordant! wUb, rule of prac
tice, that the laws of New York '.wero
violated In obtaining tndlctmont ajad that
the requisition ls'not made in good faith.
The activity of William T ravers Jerome
In obtaining tho Indictment and his Ian
guage at the hearings before Governor
Felker are Indicated. The brief says:
'The language, used Is bullying and
threatening and could be used 'for no
other purpose than the silly thought to
Intimidate your excellency."
NHW YORK, Nov. 3. Eugene Duffy
and Michael O'Keefe, who were indicted'
with Former Assemblyman Richard "But
ler and Roger Thompson for conspiracy'
In connection with the escape ot Harry
ICkJThaw from Mattcawan asylum, today
were surrendered by their counsel to the
district attorney. They were taken bo
fore Justice Gavegan and held In $3,000
FORMER BELLBOY IS
KEPT BUSY WITH DENIALS
CHICAGO, Nov, i Frank Slavin, for
mer bell boy, was kept busy with de
nials on cross-examinations In the Dona-hue-Btlefel
Replying to questions, Slavin dented
that he had told Attorney Slmonton, of
the defense, that he hod seen Mrs. Hen
nlng In the auditorium hotel or In sa
loons. He never had seen her and
Clarence 8. Funk together. He had seen
Mrs. Hennlng In the neighborhood where
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II Mellow in flavor. Aged for years in charred casks, in ll
IK warehouses flooded with sunshine. IB
1 Best Northern Rye always selected by a member of the firm. 1 1
I Purest water, from wells sunk hundreds of feet into solid 1 1
II limestone. II
A That's why the man who knows always insists on
U RED TOP RYE M
FCKDIN4NP WESTUEIMXK SONS. DlstUlerk Mm
H Ctadssstt, O. St. Jesspb. Mo, LsultrtUe, Kj. W
she lived and was fsmllar with- the ap
pearanco of Funk whom he had seen In
COPBNHAGKN, Denmark, Nov. J.
Price Collier, the American author, died
suddendly today while on a visit to. Count
Weddel. Mr. Collier , waa M years old,
and lived at Tuxedo Park, New York.
An All-American team
the tailors who make our
One tailor can't make
all kinds of clothes any
more than one man can
play every position on a
One maker will excel, in
making dress clothes, an-
1 other in Chesterfield oyeVjj
coats, another in soft-tail-
'1WedcEriglisTvt saclc . sufts,
They are specialisCifS
and each one gives juft a
little more "and uetter
service than any one else
These specialists are the
people who' make bur Ken
sington suits and over
coats. No matter what sort of
garment you buy, if it has
a Kensington label in it
you know it's the product
of a specialist the best
your money can buy.
Bnlts sso to 40.
Ovssrcoats $20 to S65.
MAGEE & DEENER
413 So. 16tfc
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