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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. MAY. 20. 1900.
Bell. Porur. BOTl 'PMOIII MiO Al.lt ptrri, a,-iai Trimmed Mats values up to $15.00 fj Saturday each . . . . . . Ia annouric'ing this great millinery sale we beg to sate that every hat was made for this season's selling and is right up to the minute in style and workmanship. Included are 200 beautiful black and colored hats worth from $7.00 to $15.00 tach. Your choice of the entire lot Saturday at, each, $3.50. Sale commences at 9 A. M. 'Jd floor. Great Special Sale Men's Shirts Saturday Lot 1. Men's Negligee Shirts with collars at tached, made of madras, in plain and fancy styles, regular 75c and $1.00 values, on sale Saturday, at, each 25c. Lot 2. Men'i Negligee Shlrta with collars at tached, made of madras, mercerized fabric, per cales, silk, gingham, etc., also some fine flannel shirts. Regular $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 values, on sale Saturday, at, each 49c. In basement. - Saturday Candy Special Thompson. Belden & Co.s' special chocolates with a delicious cream center, regular prices 50c, Saturday, at, lb., only 25f Balduff's maple gems, regular price 40c a pound, Sat urday, at, a pound 20t Come! See for Yourself the Kinds of Skirts and Petticoats We Are Making to Your Special Measure. Made by expert tailor. Choose any material you like, color or black. They have an air of "chic" not easily achieved at home or by your home dressmaker. See pretty models at drees goods de partment. Extra Petticoata to order. All colors and black. All ailk taffeta, Heatherbloom taffeta, silk lustre sateen. Women will rejoice at thla news. You can match any color skirt. Women's Barred Pure Linen Handkerchiefs Saturday, 5c Each, 250 dosen women's barred all linen handkerchiefs, regular 15c value, Saturday, at. each .... Main floor. I HBKe"Bs-a21sjj 45c Ruffled Swiss Curtains, at, 20 cents per pair. 80c Ruffled Swiss Curtains, at, 66 cents per pair. $1.10 Ruffled Swiss Curtains, at. 83 cents per pair. , Special Sale of Swiss Curtains for Bedrooms. $1.20 Ruffled Swiss Curtains, at. 87 cents per pair. $1.60 and $1.35 Ruffled Swiss Curtains, at, 98 cents per pair. $1.75 Ruffled Swiss Curtains, at, $1.09 per pair. t $2.00 Ruffled Swiss Curtalna, at, $1.48 per pair. $1.50 Swiss Curtains, without Ruffles, at $1.15 per pair. $2.75 Swiss Curtains, without Ruffles, at, $1.98 per pair. Curtain Extension Rods, with brass or silver ends and brackets, 10c value, Saturday, at, each 5 centa, Women's .Hosiery ;. ."Women's ailk. lisle hose, all colors, good wearing, 35c per pair or 3 pairs for $1.00. 'Special Women's "black cot ton hose,. Double soles, heels and. toav$5c. flyajjtv, 3 pairs for-80c,' parr tor $1.00. - Saturday at the Toilet Goods. Kirk's Shandon Bell Soap, Saturday, a box of three cakes for 19 cents. Lano Oil and Buttermilk Soap, Saturday, a box of three cakes for 17 Vt cents. Palm Olive Soap. Saturday. 3 cakes for 25 cents. Real French Perfume, regu lar price $3.00 an ounce, Sat urday, an ounce $1.60. Hosiery Special at the Bargain Square. Women's ltc black and tan cot ton nose Saturday, a pair 10c. Children's 85c black ribbed cot ton hose Saturday, a pair, ISO. Men's lie black and tan cotton half hose Saturday, 3 pairs for 26 cents. Odds and ends In Women' fancy hosiery at greatly reduced prices. It pays to visit our Bargain Square as we offer genuine values at all times. Special Sale of "Yvette" Hair Goods Saturday. B-5-28-9. Cozy Resting Rooms, 3d floor. Manicuring in connection. been In the habit of rolling down the high bank at Nineteenth and U streets on his way home from the school, which takes him across the hollow. He followed his usual custom Thursday noon and as he was tumbling about near where a fallen telephone pole lay, . he stirred the debris .and saw a small tip of a new strap sticking out of the soil. He and his companions, one of whom wa8 Stanley Perlna, saw the Strap at about the same time and stopped to discuss it. Stan ley perlna said, "I'm. afraid of that thing. There might be something there." . "Well, I'm not afraid," said Kroirk and gave the strap a Jerk. Out came the strap, scabbard and an automatic gun. Krollk picked up the gun and scabbard and ran home where he gave It to his grand mother. "No, don't touch It," she cried, "it may be set so It mill kill us." Young Krollk left the gun there when he came back to school and the cartridges home with It also. The hat, overalls and cither trifles were left on the spot. I,ater the boys picked up the hat and Miss Mar . garet Hayes, the principal, saw one boy kicking the hat about. She said to him, "Willie, why do you kick that hat?" He replied: "The boys found the hat down In the hollow." "Yes," said another boy, a little farther down the line, "and they found a big, gun in the hat. ; MUl Hayes then sought Krollk, to whom she was directed, and told him to go after the gun and promised If they found no owner he should get the gun back. He brought It and she notified the police. Yonba- Sleuths Work Well. Taut McAuley went first to the school and on finding the gun called the regular officers. McAuley Is the truant officer of the city. The police Immediately suspected the nature of the cache, and, calling the boys together, told them how to keep watch on the place where the guns were hidden. The boys were to play about the place in a careless way and It they saw anyone they were to have one boy go to a telephone and call the police. Not more than one boy was to leave and the others were to keep on playing and keep the men in sight. This was the program- carried out and I fully fs P six gyy' fj -who gives most for V&15 the dealer who supplies you with "Sam- peek young fellows' clothes, of coarse, and inasmuch as WI are the only Omaha fcaaalers ef UBamaeek' olothea, wall thta, TKIB is the homes glvlag MOST for llft.OO. cf ttmi we dont meaa the most In bmlk some houses faralah complete suits for $a.a bat w meaa the KOI1 style; the MOST eaoeU ltaee as la judged from a tailor's Ttewpolati the HOST Immaculate ness of character la elothes for youmg men. -the sort of suit $15 will purchase from us U vested In young men's elothes here, will aeeare a salt la a fabrlo that would a-laddea a critic s eye one or the other of those strtotly elite Tmlomrs In checks or stripes l a suit la strik ing cheviot, a homespun, or a really select eae slmere cloth. at (IB eae revels among the aooepted ideas of color! ramraOT smoke greys J TMOTMM olive greens, teas, cto the season's aewest. -at $l4 oae aeearea OVM Idea of tailoring, which means a grade .that would test the mettle ef any eastern tailor rm know. truly, if yea "re a young man whe wears a gar ment ef from it M M chest measure, well than, yemll flan wi give yoa the MOBT for Via we really so. 11 9ii rriTV-a TBI YOUHO KOMTS own TOM tu-ui7 Doustlas Street Omaho-Nt. 1 iun j I- 5 1 & 1 v - 1 1 ' I! I U 1 Try us -1 at I B MI'MTOlsgy It became a genuine by thrilling event for the boys before the night was far ad vanced. ' They did their work like veterans. About 7:30 p. m. some of the boys at a sand pit at Eighteenth and U street saw a man rise out of the pit and look around. He crept to the edge at another point and saw one man lying on the sand and three just slipping away. They told the other boys, passing the word.' About 8:30 p. ro. Joe Tesnohlidek. whose home is near the dram-, saw the, tall man. Woods slipping along the draw and beckon ing to the men behind him. Every few moments he would advance a few yards, while the other bandits remained crouched and then he would turn and beckon them to follow. The boys on watch were wide awake. Next the men visited a saloon and separated, while the boys still kept match. The bandits did not get very close to the place where the guns were hidden this time. Later they came back and the boys were still watching. It was then the alarm was turned In and Officers Elsfelder. Mamhlnney and Turn (julat went to the spoty Mawhlnney and Turnqulst were together m-hen Woods walked up. out of the gulch. They halted him at once and the boys de clared that 'he was yhe of the four men whom they had seen coming out of the same gulch earlier In the evening and in fact several times seen. Mawhlnney was sent to the station with Woods. A Utile later, mhlle Turnqulot lay In wait In the draw, the boys came and said two men mere In the shadow of the School. Turnqulst and Elsfelder arrested these and caught a fleeting glimpse of a third man, the fourth bandit, who slid Into the underwood. In the meantime Chief John Ftrlrrs and Detective P. II. Shields mere notified and hurried to the police station. The bandits at first put on a bold front and apparently refused to believe the police had discov ered anything against them. Woods laughed and Joked in a quiet may. He said he had Just brought two young women from Omaha who lived there. He said the young m-omen were not of good charac ter and he did not want his name to get ki the papers under such a disgrace, as he had an uncle In Omaha who was worth 100.000 or more. The Omaha police were notified at; mid night and within twenty minutes Captain Mostyn arrived in the. police automobile. They took Torgensen and Gordon to Omaha. Torgensen said he could find his lodging house. He led the police on aev eral false lines, but at last, after passing entirely around Jefferson square, he landed In the apartment house of Mrs. Jerome Selbert. 324 North Fifteenth street. The police searched the room and found the clothing of D. W. Woods, so marked. In his grips and in the dresser. In the meantime Tornenxn had declared his roommate had left town two days be fore. He insisted many times that such was the case. He refused to believe it alien the police told him that Woods mas In Jail and faltered slightly when the po lice discovered all the clothing belonging to Woods. The South Omaha Jail immediately be came the point of Interest for all the government , men who were in Omaha work trig up the case. "They flocked to Omaha by fours and fives and sixes all the morning. At first some doubt was expressed of the significance of the cache, but later all agreed that it was one of the greatest finds possible. Coafeaaloa Looked For. There Is a strong belief by the federal authorities that Oordn mill come over" and confess. He was put through the sweat box by Chief Bflgg. the . federal Inspectors, Pinkerton men and the post- office inspectors last evening and began to manifest some signs of wilting. Tne evidence meanwhile la piling up. The finding of several exploded cartridges among the ammunition of the cache and the fact that the guns were- used recently adds another point, the arrival of United States Marshal Warner with cartridges from the hold-uj completing the, link'.' v It aa discovered that one gun at the hold-up had dented the cartridge In a peculiar way. Several shots were fired out of the two automatic guns found and the gun num bered 11.8a gave the Identical markings otf the shells. This m an considered a great point.. At this. time Marshal Warner said: '"You can eay tor me that there Is abso lutely no doubt that the guns found In Brown park are the ones used in the Overland Limited hold-up. It the connec tion can be made between the cache and the men we have the case Is clear." The officers' were all busy Tn the case from that time until the finding of the mall sacks narrated confirmed the discovery. After the finding of the first gun had teen reported and the children were ex cused In the afternoon they Immediately went Into th draw and searched for more guns. Soon John Potach. Seventeenth and S. discovered the pocket searchlight. With him were Anton Kubat and Harold Whltaker. John Swoboda. 471 South Eighteenth street, found the big Colt re volver. Prank Kudrna, Eighteenth and O streets, discovered the third 'gun, an automatle Colt gun. Two magaslnen each were found fof the automatic guns and they were loaded full of cartridges. Friday morning when the events of the night became known to the pupils of the school the teachers were unable to re strain the eagerness of the children, who. breaking restraint, took to the woods in search of more booty;. Vavra Consults Lawyer. It Is said of John Vavra, the Janttor who made the discovery of the mall 'sacks In the unfinished attic of the building, tha he consulted .' a lawyer before he 1 made known his find. This in not the first In stance of the aftermath of the robbery when the femjard waa carefully considered. It la toe' first Instance, however,' that a discovery was delayed from morning' until aftcrform for the sake of that kind of Interest-; - , . '"'John -Krollk, the boy who made the first discovery, la a Bihemlan boy not larger than a minute. He Is thin faced, and slen der of limb and most entirely innocent of , any detective instinct. He ventured timidly to th Jail during the evening and an nounced modeatly that he was the boy mho made the discovery. He la only 11 years of age. -v .-I It Is evident that some nice distinctions will have to be drawn by the arbiters of the reward; . . f;Th thought of having the five school boya and Janitor Identify the trio of, al-, irgea xopoers came to fostotlice inspector Hl B.- iMoaby f and F. E. A Miller of fct. Louts, one of .'the Pinkerton men. Thus far b.kiq In cash as been recovered from th tnalVsjaatfa By the postofrice InnpeotdrsJ Thr'lrtrtitiilons seem now to point to the fact' that there - was not a great amount Of. mony in. the-sacks. A quantity of for eign rponey oders were found, and a number f letters picked up In the loft were addressed to foreign countries. . The : government authorities are strongly of tn opinion that the fourth man, mho is not Apprehended, has got away with most of the money, whatever amount of money was obtained.. Candles Point to Onilt. A strong point in the evidence is the fact that a clear wax candle m-as found In the grip belonging to Torgensen or Woods In the room at 324 North Twenty fifth street, and another of exactly sim ilar kirn) waa found in the cache at Nine teenth and V streets. South Omaha. It Is one more link In the chain which makea the identity of the highwaymen aasured. but thought It 'was a few blocks over that way, each time Indicating a different direction. This course waa followed until the police became thoroughly angry. He waa taken to South Omaha again at 4 a. m. Friday. Again he waa taken back to Omaha "Do you think we are fools?" said Chief Brlggs and Captain Mostyn. "You've been here long enough to know this town. You're going to make It mighty hard for yourself if you keep this up." I Nevertheless Gordon kept it up, to the last It waa evident to the police that he was playing to give Ms partner time to take the hint, secure the booty and get out of town. PROMPT TRIAL OK BA.VDITS District Court Has Prior Jurisdiction and WiU Maintain It. The tralh robbers may have a compara tively quick trial, for there is sentiment among the Judges of the district court that their trial should be speedy. It is possible that it will take place as early as July. June Is out of the question, other mportant criminal cases having the right of way. . The bandits can be prosecuted in either state or federal court or In both Jurisdic tions. The state has the first elaim, how ever, because It was by officers of the state that they were arrested. The federal court cannot take the men until the county ia willing to surrender them. Robbing a mall car is of course a crime against the United States with life Im prisonment as penalty. Life can also be Imposed in th district court, a special statute covering the offense. I have not had time to consider what evidence there is yet," said County Attor ney English last evening, "and more is of course likely to come. There is no dis position on our part to turn the men over to federal authorities for prosecution until we are through with them." RORDOX MAKES A FIJiB TALK "ays Me Knows Nothing! of Robbery or Companions. "I don't know anything about the. Union Pacific hold-up. except what I've read In the papers," said James Gordon, one of the men under arrest In connection with the case. He was confined at the Omaha police station till 11 o'clock Friday morn ing, after being brought to this city by khe South Omaha officers. -I am S3 years of age, a shlngler and car penter by trade, and have no family or relatives. I came to Omaha from Denver two days ago and got a room, but I can't tell where it is, as I don't remember. I don't know the other men who were ar-t-ested with me and did not have any crooked dealings with them or com her to meet them. I really have no home, as I have lived. all over the west, staying; a little, while at each town. I have no Idea how this business is going to turn out" Although "he'eald he had been living in an Omaha lodging house for two days and had known where it waa located, Gordon failed to recall its whereabouts when ac companied by detectivea both Thursday night and Friday morning. It ia declared by th police that his whole story is false. They think" he is "stalling," so his partner,, the fourth of the men seen near the Brown -Park school in South Omaha, may escape from Omaha, and take with him whatever there may be In their rooms that would incriminate them. ; Stylishly dressed, good looking, and a smooth appearing young man, Gordon would be Ui last man in the city to be taken for a carpenter. He looks as If he had don no hard labor for a long time. SpW, . IS IT A WOMAN CASE? Omaha Detective Attaches Importance ( t to Finding- Glove. . ! Chief of Detectives Savage of Omaha rfhlnks there probably is a woman in the aase and .offers a woman's black glove found at the door of the suspects' room at the Selbert (louse to support the theory. The' glove was found early Wednesday morning by Mrs. Selbert, before the men wTe awake. It lay as near the threshold of their door as possible when the door was closed. Inquiry developed that it De longed to no one living at the house and nobody could give any suggestion as to whom it belonged, unless Torgensen and his roommate had been visited by a woman accomplice. The police incline strongly to that belief and are trying to dig up further evidence of a woman's con nection with the case. "They looked green aa grass," said Mrs. Jerome Selbert Friday when told that her former boarders were suspected of being the Overland Limited robbers. "I never suspected that anything waa wrong about them. I even felt sorry for the little Swede (supposedly Torgensen); he seemed so simple." Turgensen Is said by the polloe to be a shrewd and clever man and could easily have deceived Mrs. Selbert as to himself. There were evidences in the fireplace of the Selbert room occupied by the suspected men that they had burned some letters re cently. However, only comnletely chaired portions were recovered and they are in no condition to add to the evidence al ready secured. KIDS ARK IN FOR PART OF PRIZE They Gave the Tip and Are Entitled to Reward Money. The little boys and one little girl who gave the tip that led to the arrest of the robbers are expected to share liberally In the reward offered by the Union Pacific and th government. The Union Pacific offers fJO.000 and the government 14.000 and the rallroadi made its offer specifically for the apprehension." It did not include and conviction," aa ia the case most of the time in such instances. Th little fellows are all from families Who can put money to good use, so what ever they get will be so much "velvet" and fill a bg puace. Before ther tip not an officer in either city had a single tan gible clue on which to baa anything. PHOTOGRAPH PHOOF OF COLLISION Pletnr Discovered ia Grip shows Men Comrades. A strong point against the men lies In the faot that after Gordon and Torgensen had disclaimed any knowledge of Woods or his being a comrade of theirs, the photo graph of them, with Woods and the fourth man, was discovered in the grip identified as belonging to Woods. This photograph la on a postal card and the four are seated in an automobile with a young woman on the front seat. The young woman has not been identified as yet and It ia not sup posed she is in Omaha. The picture waa taken in a Denver studio and as such shows the men were comrades for som considerable time. Gordon gave the police a merry chase for a time. He aald he could not find his lodging house, although he had been in Omaha several days. He started out In a doxen different directions and after going several blocks, invariably stopped and said he could not locate the room. WHEN MEN RESTED THE- ROOMS Took it May IT and Said They Lived in Another City. According to the story told by Mrs. Selbert, the landlady, Friday morning, two men who had been staying at her rooming house, Torgensen and Woods, went there on Monday, May 17, a number of days be. fore the holdup occurred. They said they came from another city and had come her looking for work. They hired a front downstaira room for a week, paying 13 in advance. Going and coming when they liked, arising at th usual hour every morning and being or derly and apparently respectable, It was not supposed by the landlady or her other roomers that the strange guests might he daring and desperate men. It Is -now recalled that the two men were out especially late on the night of th holdup, although persona In the house ad mit that they knew nothing definite about the men. Sunday the man who gives his name as Woods disappeared from' the Selbert house and mas not seen there after that time. His partner gave out the information that he had gone to Seattle. The man arrested and known as Wooda mas identified by the Setberta Thursday night and his be longings, including some clothes and a fine alligator grip, mere found in the room at t'H North Fifteenth street. On Monday Torgensen said he would like to rent the room for a few more days, but that as ho had no roommate, he thought he could not afford to pay th M in ad vance. However, two. or three days lat Mrs. Grothe says she saw Torgansen count ing a large roll of greenbacks as he was sitting on the bed and she waa washing windows. Yet he had done no work and could not explain how he got th money. I PICK WOODS AS TUB LEADER Savage nnd Donahue Think He is the Boss of the Gang. That Woods Is probably the leader of the gang suspected of the robbery is deemed likely by Chief Donahue and Captain Sav age of the Omaha police department. The description of th man suspected by the Omaha officers of having led the holdups In their operatlona, is given out as follows: Six feat tall, 16 or 40 years of age, weigh ing' 175 or 190 pounds, medium complexion, mith badly sunburned and tanned face. He la report! d to have been last seen In Omaha before the hold-up about Friday on the streets In company of a good looking Monde woman. He and two partners were tried In Missouri for a similar bit of hold-up work and he went free, while his pals were If yots hav mtu paforo trimi tUasnoc Dest Natural Laxative Water POI CONSTIPATION Try it nosy Ak your pliysiciaa Ml s Factory Sample Suit n Sale Mere WOMEN'S SUMMER SUITS AND DRESSES At Half Regular Prices Tha Prlneeae Cloak and Stalk rtn h.. v.i. sample stock of fuga grade Buit and Dresses to dis pose of at half frtoe, Th style, duality ef material and m Tanoaora am of txx iamb mam ox. At oiora aa that of TXSim BSatNUAm STOCKS which bar mXCKXTBD TMI imOTU of th Omaha woman with discriminating tastes for dress and un faltering Judgmeat of aloes. $S0. 00 dresses, $15 Women's Culls ,"u?tV:-.pterr...ji2.o'i) ,?o,t0..t:t?.,e?-.. S15.00 lio.oo three-piece ults. at Stylish In make rice. lit. 00 dresses, at., only DRESSES 'at??.?.'.".?;.. S 12.50 318.00 and fab- 38,00 WAISTS Th Big Bale 10 dosen walsta ' worth up to 13.00. to go on enle p-ric0::.' 95c SKIRTS Big assortment. worth up to II 1. 10, to go at 1c cost at. pr! 34.90 PRINCESS CLOAK & SUIT PARLOR MAN AO! MINT Of OOODYIAR RAINCOAT CO. 16th and Davenport Straata given sentences of twenty and thirty years, respectively. - UNDER THE BEttTHXOX MBA9CRB Suspects Are Marked for the Hoguee Oallery. Bertlllon measurements and photo graphs of the three . suspects m ere made at the Omaha police station Friday after noon. They, will be sent with all haste to the Bureau . of Identification at Washing ton, to ths Pinkerton agency at Chicago, the vicinity of the Northern Pacific hold-up last week and to all other police headquar ters. "Ws have no record, of any of th men, so, far as w now. know,", said Chief of Detectives savage. tney are new ones to. me, but from their looks and the cir cumstances of the arrests, it is safe to say that, they belong In jail, whether or not ihey robbed the limited train of the regis tered mall." RUSH TLLS . OF "HANDICAPS (Continued from First Page.) tomey general, and we hav not been asked to plead yet. "The case was one of the fiercest In which I have ever been engaged. We got a good jury of sixteen men, and, as the Indictments mere promptly returned, it is vldent that th government has made good. Of course, the defendants were playing for the statute of limitation, but they lost out completely. 1 do not know Just when th trials will take place, but probably not until the tall term. Judge . Marshall has returned to fcalt Lake, and I do not think he Is dis posed to go into the trial of the case until fall." mOtxmzbtm or oobajt iramniri, Port. Arrtv. niw rnnit. ....... sisTonis NEW YORK Dsatnhlui.... BOSTON Cclumblan SOl'THAMPTOM... Ttutonlo NAPLES Qt'ERNSTOWN LIVERPOOL Sasonlt HAVRE. La Santa MANCHESTER... GENOA, Berlin GENOA Indiana GENOA. i...'.' ;-. R D'llallo..., Mile. Ctnorla. Oceanic. Beatonlan. FOR SATURDAY BEATON'S Th greatest Cigar barealnB' ever offered In Omaha. Keep your eye on our ads and we'll save you nearly 60 per cent on all your cigar purchases. Competitors wonder bow we do It. 10c Sineeridod Clear Havana; McCord-Brady Co's leading- brand. Concha Flna sice, Saturday only 0 'op 25 Box of 50. $2.50. 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"MM Teas irriaaAa at ae Saturday the Iggost Day of tho Dig Sale at HOWELL'S 'If there ia anyone in Omaha who wants a Bargain let them come to Howell's on Saturday. We have saved the choicest bar gains for the last day. -,15 ...... ..14 lbr 10 ... f.:.GO ...49 10 30 14 89 25c King Nail Clips. 85c Nail Files 40c Manicure Sets 1' 40o Buffers $1 Hand Mirrors 76c Combs 36c Hand Brushes ?6c Bath Brushes 25c Sanltol Face Cream. . $1 Newbro's Herplcide... 26c Mennen'g Talcum Powder. . .15 xoc racKera Tar sonp. '"J.5 36c Box Paper. . .' . 15 40c Tooth Brushes 10 Perfumes Soaps, Toilet Wnterw, Rubber Goodn, at Mr KcV.mtiou In Price. - 10c Cake Pajm Olive Soap 'Free Saturday, number limited; come en1 10c La Flor De Orientl Cigar. The Best Cigar in America for 5 6c Spearmint Chewing Gum, 2 for.5 Store open 7 a. m. till 11:30 p. m. HOWELL DRUG CO. 207-209 No 16th HOTEL LOYAL. TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER One Dollar a Year. AMUSEMENTS. 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