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Mutt Thought at One Time that Jeff Was His Pal By "Bud" Fisher MY )lfe WON'T TfVWK.To 6 rNO T.V op A6MNV GW6iS ILL TrNKK A WKCK to CHSfcfl. rA6 f P FOR., ( "W UKFV VJOOt-0 YfcKf J OUMO Tt, YAK THV: 51 RouTt I VBr T O 65 "T a yll Au.e.t6Jir, e(fjl asl r OSFF "'TK TKC A i 2. JVrtT . "TOW A V"SUL CKVCKN Sown Tut TR.X M0 INS? I .5) rnv,MjTT( " V """ o 1 fey- 1 1 RULES COMMITTEE MEETING Toot Ball Regulations Under Discus sion in New Tork. rOBWAED PASS OVEK THE LUTE Son t.esllua Whether to Mailt Tbla f-lay Redaction or aaibrr of Tarda Gained Dotraa Also Thrrahed Ovrr. XKW TORK. Feb. 1 2. -Suggested changes In foot ball rules for the coming season presaged a warm fight among the member of tbe foot ball rules com mittee, which fathered here today for the regular annual meeting, that Is likely to last two days. ' A sharp, fight li being made on the question f the forward pas over tlie l:ne of sen mmaee. ' gome committeemen are fan favor of limiting It to behind the line of scrlramaire on tbe ground that It limits many dangerous hazards. The question .of reducing the number of yards to be gained In four downs or of Increasing the number of downs to five comes up early for consideration. The opinion was freely expressed today that something must be done to more nearly equalise the attack with the de tense and at the same time Insure greater continuity for offensive plays. All the members of the committee of fourteen, with the possible exception of A. A. Stagg of Ike University of Chicago, vera expected at the meeting. Mr. Rlagg la believed to be opposed to changes In tbe present rules beyond their simplifica tion, and his alternate, if one la sent, will be so Influenced. AMONG THE WCAL BOWLERS1 St. James Team Eolls Three Straight Victories from Permits. J. MOYNA HAS HIGH HONORS Chris LyrLa Win Three Caaar from Drantmers Some Pair Scaring Made la tiaaneo Morrl aoa Alleys. Omaha Swimmer to Enter Olympic Games Harry J. Hebner, expert swimmer, son of Mrs. H. J. McCarthy, 4P32 Davenport street, expects to take part In the Olympio games at Stockholm, Sweden, next summer. It Is probable that he will be entered by the Illinois Athletlo club of Chicago, of which he la a member. Hebner holds the world's record for back stroke swimming. Me Is frequently seen In the pool at tbe Omaha Young Men's Christian association. In the Commercial league the St. James won three straight from the Permits. 3. Moyna had all high honors of the evening with a high total of MO and high single of 301. Far the Permits Saunders was high with iM. Monday evening, February i. Permit aalnst I,a Valdoras. Score: SOHKOEnER's ST. JAMES. 1st. M. 3d. Total Master i:t 177 K8 i D. Moyna ls 141 143 ji J. Moyna 1K2 3'l lf.7 muller leg : is; .us Wilson Jin 1 1HI Leaders with the Big Mitt EXPORTS OF MANUFACTURES tTZ? .rt HTNES GRILLS DETECTIVE Totals.. sxt PKRM1TS. Rli-e Uoherty Saunders J. Howley Kunci .. Totals .... Ill ... 144 ... 191 ... I .VI ... li 2d. 1. 1 l.H 143 id. Total 1:M 123 :i ut 3; s.4 4 mM 705 v zsm Oa Marrlaoa Alleys. in the Metropolitan league the Chris Lycks took three game from the Drum mers on the basement alleys last night A. Butler got high game of 1M and high total of 47L Rcore: CHRIS LYCKS. 1st. Jd. l. Total. II. Puller 117 IH 4JC A. Huller v 112 i;i in i?i C. Lyck W7 in ut 40s Totals Marlon ... Uaintiaa btraw .... DRUMMERS 1st. Jd. 1U 1M 117 147 113 13 41 l.JSt HI. Total. :a 4.1 UK 412 137 m Totals. 4a 4. S7 1.H4 wnoms sru.lAU. BELLEVUE EXPECTS TO HAVE FAST BALL TEAM Base ball prospects at Kellevue look (specially good for the coming season, the new material being more abundant and seemingly of better class than usual, aialderman and Quackenbush. last year's twlrler; are both on hand and working out In the gymnasium. McKlnnls. a pitcher from Tekamah, Is expected to register within a few days, and with these three box men that department will be -aken care of better than ever before. AHschuler, last year's catrher and third baseman, la expected to return in time to be eligible. Captain Fowler will hold down bis old position at the first corner, and one of the extra pitchers will undoubtedly work at second. Stookey, last year's shortstop, will take his former back stop position unless AHschuler Is able to return. In which event be will bid for the shortstop Job. Among tbe new material R. Quackenbush, Knapp, White and Reed will make sharp competition 'for the outfield and remaining Infield position. The team will start on Its trip around tbe Nebraska college circuit on May T. ELLIOTT AGAIN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF MINNY LEAGUE WINONA. Minn.. Feb. t-The Minnesota-Wisconsin Usm Vail league at Its meeting here today was given a new lease of life when John Elliott of La Crosse, originator and former president, was again elected to head the organiza tion. 8teps were taken to increase the number of clubs to eight. The lesgue took little official notice of the fact that Duluth and Superior were not represented. In case Duluth and Superior fail to re ' turn to the fold a schedule for six clubs will b arranged and the northern teams will be barred from base ball under tbe national agreement. Chippewa Fai:, Wis.; Red Wing. Minn.: Cedar Rapids. la., and Grand Rapids. Wis., are all knocking at tbe door of the Minny league, and It la be lieved by the officials that two of these will be added to the present circuit, with Cht. en Falls as the most likely of tbe towns considered. Weeks lisll Koesslg Eastmsn ... Uurke Handicap Totals.... Voss .... Wiley ... BaynJih. -Merger Walens , (Irotte Clark . Ruck .. Hsehr . Duller Totals.. 1st. 177 , Ml 1MI 1M - 41 sr RE10H. 1st. 1J4 177 IX) .- ITS 1U 77S HI.KS NO. 1st. U 1S )f3 1.1 id. 1 14 13 IK 1U 41 Jd. 161 137 162 153 MS 41 Tots!. Ml 461 401 471 417 M S3 2o 2d. l:'t its 17 2t4 IK) aw . Jd. ia 11: 114 1.S4 3d. Total. 17 in) 177 IK) 11 4.3 Bib 4 HI K4 14M 3d. Total. 3W 7.14 IJO 3.M im 4a IKl Ml 181 477 .701 I7 S4 i.sa ALPHA CAMP NO. 1. 1st. . IM . ta . 174 . ir . iw M. i; iri in 14 Kl Sd. Total. 133 17 ro m 401 4S7 Ul bit KS m 2.534 EVANSVILLE WANTS BERTH IN THE THREE-I LEAGUE CHICAGO, Feb. 2.-ReprrsentatlTes of a committee of business men at Kvan3vll!e, Ind., telegraphed to President Tearney of tbe Three-I ieatnie today asking tor a franchise In the league provided tbe Dan ville deb be transferred. "I did not grre them any definite an swer because I am anxious to keep Dan Tills In the organization." said Tearney. President Tearney announced that "Cbieh" rrazer. formerly a pitcher for the Chicago National league club, has applied for a position aa manager of the lanvlll club, which probablr wCI be reorganized. Solomon .... C. 1'riincau i!o.uon (illhnm 11. Prlmeau . Totals Uvick to Tour East With Big Promoter Lee Herman, a well-known eastern fight promoter, arrived In Omaha last night, having come all the way from New Tork City to arrange for a tour of the east for Billy Cvlck. the young South Omaha boxer, who by many followers of the fighting game Is said to have a brilliant future. Herman took charge of Uvick and made preliminary arrangements for starting the tour. "I will have fatck fight Buck Crouse In Pittsburgh some time this month," said Herman, "snd I am negotiating for fights with Mike Gibbons and Walter Coffey of New York City. I will leave tonight for Kansas City to see If some matches can be arranged for there. Then I will go on east, arranging for fights all along the way. "Uvick has been east and be made a good reputation for himself. He is pop ular because he Is a good, clean, manly fighter, and that la the kind of men that are needed. He has the goods, too. I be lieve, and I am not the only one that does. Uvick is Improving right along, while most of the other fighters are go ing the other way. I think he has the making of a champion in him. i 'xk it--1 Jjti'tii K . y''f 9 . . Almost Billion Dollar Worth Sent Abroad Lut Trar. GROWTH OF AMTBICAN INDUSTBT New York calchers who led their respective leagues In base running Inst year despite their lumbering else. On the left Is Ed Fweeney of the Yankees, who topped all other catchers In the American league by negotiating eight steals during the season. On the right la Chief Meyers of the Giants, who ouldlstsnced more llthely built backstops of the National league by pilfering seven times. When a man can lead all the big leagus players In hi position by stealing only nine bases, there 1 something wrung. The catcher proved worse bae runners even than the pitchers in 1911. SOOTH OMAHA HIGH LOSES Bluffs Beats Omaha i in 'Volley Ball Meet Year Jaat 4 loerd Skene a Total ef 34i.e Tkaa Doable Tea aad Five Tlmee That af Tneaty leara Aaa. Sioux City Giant Bail Toilers Oat- play Ilagio City ladi. LOSS OF PHTTJP AND FOLEY FELT Visitors Capture Caateat by Brare at 21 ta 15, Game Belag stewed Cafely ' Away la. ha First Half. South Omaha High achool was beaten In fast game of bsaket ball at the south Omaha Young Men's Christian associa tion gymnasium last evening by the Stoux City High quintet by the score of II to 15. The game 'Was a fierce battle from beginning to end, both teams playing ex cellent ball. At the end of the first half the score stood 14 to I In favor of the visitors. In th second half the local boys braced up, keeping their opponents down to seven scores and rejTistertng seven credits for their side. The ffioux City aggregation were all at least six feet in height and had the ad vantage tn weight over tbe South Omaha boys. In spite of this the local team played one of the best game of the season. Johnny Collins, the star center for the South Omaha team and the basket ball wizard of the state, showed up in fine form. Out of the fourteen points made by the team eleven were made by Collins. The loss of Philip and Foley practically coat the game tor South Omaha. Shull starred for Sioux City. He was without a doubt the beet player on the team. He made five field goals. Holmes, the center, also showed up wall, throwing four fouls. A preliminary game was payed between the Omaha High school Junior team and the South Omaha senior team In Wfilrh the latter won by the score of zf to 17. The lineup of the four teams: SENIORS. I JUNIORS. Foley R.F..R.F Kastmsn Robertson L-r.t,.K White I'hlllo C..C mirke Burger. Lo ry R.O.R.G stur wwoiey, joos ..L.b iLU Craxg SO. OMAHA. I BIOCX CITY. Menefeld RF.jR.P Murphy loiuua .r. ttnuil l.Vman C.C Holmes KUle kU-iRG Aldrlch Nixon L-G.j L.O Back Tils Bloux City tram will play at Red Oak this evening and at the local gym nasium Saturday night. The Council Bluffs business men's sextat trounced the OnuUia business men's team In three out of four volley ball game at the local "Y" gymnasium last evening by th scores of U-l, 1M, 1-U and W-t . . In th third gams ta sextets played nip and tuck and the leather sphere was kept moving all the ttm. With the score a tie at 14 to 14, the Omaha players by dint ef some fast team work were able to score the winning point. Wallace at right net for the Bluffs six featured with his ability to punch the ball where the locals oould not find It and helped his team considerably tn pull ing off Its victories. Woodbury, right back, also mad a strong snowing. Heed, right net, and Linn, left net, put up the beat Individual exhibition for th Omaha men and lifted some high balls thst were exceedingly hard for the lowans to land on. The lineup: CO. BLCFFS. 1 OMAHA Wallace R.N.r.N Reed Towne C.N. .c.N Denman Bwanson LK.IUN Linn Iyvrlt RBlKB Schwarts Brown C.B ;C.B Ralney Woodbury LB. L.B Meile Scores: 1M. 16-s. 14-15. W-4. Referee: Beverldge of Council Bluffs "Y." lines men: C. Psrks and W. . Orchard. scow De Voll. Farmer Found Shot: Believed to Be Murder SQUABS WALK AWAY FROM Uvick la enthusiastic about th. tour. EXCELSIORS IN BASKET BALL He Is in training at the Eagle' club quarters in Bouth Omaha and Is working hard every day to get Into siiape. He will leave for Kansas City next Wednesday to do any fighting Herman has arranged for. Uvick is only 21 years old. He is clean looking and well built and welgbs about ltt pounds. James Doyle of Cubs Dies After Operation The Squab defeated the Excelsiors In a fast game of basket ball at the Young Men's Christian association gymnasium last night, S to 7. The Excelsiors held the Squab nearly even In the first half, the score being ;o i in favor of the Squabs. The lineup: SQUABa EXCELPIORS. Baumsnn L.F.1L.F J. Moran Sandburg R.F.IR.F Hasen Rouner C. C A. Moran Kelt man L.O.IKO Oorham Hayes. More....K.u.iR.G Creedon Field goals: Sandburg J Baumann. llMZt-n. reitman )4. Hayes. Morsn. Free throws: Sandburg t4, Feltman, A. Feb. i-Jamoj tte(er: Bustard. SYRACUSE N. Y. uoyie, ion naseman. ot ine umcaro isa- j t tonal league team, died this evening all Atletl aad Hanky Sfatrhed. o'clock. Three days ago be was operated SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 2 -Abe Attell, on for aODendlcitls. cnsmpion ieainrw-n, ana Harlem Doyi was stricken with appendicitis on Monday. PHILADELPHIA. Feb. t-Mrs. Mary McGtlllcuddy. mother of Connie Mark of the local American league base ball team, died at the home of her son tonight, aged 7( years. She had been 111 fur several weeks. Tommy Murihy were mati h-d today by Promoter James fi.ffroth for a twenty round fight Saturday afternoon. March . They wtll weigh in at 18 pounds at 10 a. m. The bout will be "tared at Coff roth's arena outside of the city limits.. The key to success In business Is the Judicious and persistent use of newspaper advertising. BEAVER CITY. Neb., Feb. 2.-Rrectal Telegram.) tieorge Calloway, a wealthy farmer who owned land In this county and lived across the line a short dlatanos In Norton county. Kansas, was found di ad near his home last evening with a bullet hole through his head. Mr. Callow:iy had been to the timber In the afternoon for a load of wood. The team arrived bom in the evening with out a driver. Mrs. Calloway went In search of her husband and found him dead. Ills revolver, a 2s, laid near him with one empty shell. The bullet pene trated the skull back of the left ear and came out at the right temple. There was no powder marks. There is no reason known why Mr. Calloway should take bis own life. Wednesday Mr. Calloway had sold KM worth of mules to be delivered in Braver City today. A few years ago In an alterra'Jon ho killed a neighbor. In a trial for murder he was acquitted. He Is about do years old and leaves a widow and one daughter. The Kansas officials are Investigating the matter. Those who were first at the scene believe it to be a murder. WASHINGTON. Fb. S.-More than a billion dollars worth of manufactures uu.sed out of continental United States In the calendar year 1911. The estimate of the bureau of statistics of the Depart ment of Commerce and Labor made some weeks ago, that the total value of manu factures s-nt to foreign countries and the noncontiguous territories of the United Ststes In 11)11 would aggregate more than ll.oMiav.4W. is justified by figures lust received bv the bureau showing in detail the forolgu commerce of the year. Tuey Kive aa lh totsl vsltie of manufactures sent to foreign countries In the year end ing December II. Illl. J.7TSW; to I'nrto Rico, 2l,Ml.i.Tf, and to HawaH. llt.SS7.TM. making a total of tl.)) tn.!3 as the value of manufactures passing out of conti nental United States last year. These figures of manufactures sent ent of the rountry last year Inckids both fin ished manufactures ready for consump tion and manufactures for further us In manufacturing. Of manufactures ready for use th total exportation was 2440.000.- on, and of manufactures th product of one industry to be used as 'materials In other industries. ISi.900.oni). (treat laereaae la Tweafy Years, Exports of msnufarturea from the United States have more than doubled In ten years and quintupled In twenty year. In 11 they amxregatMl tiaO,ajo.ox. In 101, 447.oa.i. and In Itll, t4.7u,0, or 21.00c0OO.08O It we Include shipments to Porto Rico and Hawaii, foreign countries In 1IS1. Four leading article of domestic manu facture (Iron and steel, copper, mineral oil and wood, supply over half the entire ex- portatlons of manufactures from the country, and to them the gain of over t5u9.o00,00 In ten years Is largely duo. The record of our foreign trade In thee ar ticle during th last twenty year by set forth In th fallowing table: Exports of leading article) of domeetle manufacture from th United States for oaleiujar yeas laM, ISO. and im In nil. lion of dollars: MM. uVI. Mil. Iron and steel 11 net sso t opper )4 H R' fined mineral nil 41 ft im Wood manufactures 21 4 1 All other manufactures M III a Total IM 447 MS From the foregoing table It will he ssen that exports of Iron and steel manufac ture gained l72,O0n,OU In th ten year from 191 to 1901 and 1117,0X1.000 In the ten years from 1901 to 111; copper manufac tures, chiefly In the forma of pig, bar and Ingots, gained 2St-.OO.ou0 In ths ten years from im to 1901 and Snt.000.mo In the period 1901-1911; refined mineral oil gained SM.W0.00l from IKfl. to 1901 and ni.000.oni) from 1901 to 1911, and wood manufactures gained 23,000,000 In th period 1W1-N01 and S4S,oo), in th 1U-1PU period. Of the article Included under the head of "all other" many show large gains: agricultural Implaments, from H. 123.000 tn 1(91 to Smoon.OOO In 111: leather and manufactures thereof, from 212,222,0(10 to S67.onO.oW; ears and carriages, from 24.000.0in to t25.O0O.0OO; sottnn manutao. tuna, from 114,000,00 to 242,000,0(10; ehernt-, thereof, from SS.'.' to l.0'l.; naval stores, from tK 2310 to IX.OBf.OM. and scientific Instruments, from Sl.fv,M0 to S13.000.0ll0. World far a Market. American manufactures are sold In all parts of the civilised world. Ian year th eipoiu of agricultural implement from th United States to Russia aggre gated r.272.iuj: those to Canada and Argentina, each about t,0O,uuv to Ger many. I2.27s,4. and to Prance. 2J.iW.9s. About three and one-third million dol lars' worth of automobile went to th United Kingdom last year, and nearly double that sum to Canada. Mexico, Cuba and Argentina, as wall as Canada, are taking large amounts of railway equipment, th value of freight and pas senger car alon arts; to each of theae countries last year ranging from ll.ookoo to 23.j0n.oos. Europe took nearly 2114.000 worth of American clocks and watches In 111, and Canada an almost equal amount. Our growing export of copper pig sr mostly sent to the Industrial countries of Europe. All grand divisions aad prao- tlcally all Import. ant countries are rep resented In our high record exports of iron and steel tn their numerous forme- rails, typewriters, structural forms, caan registers, adding machines, locomotive, sewing machines, windmills, printing presses, etr. Cubs, Canada and Ureal Britain offer large and growing market for our boots and shoes. Detailed In formation regarding th trad In lb various article aa exported. Including their distribution by countries, la availa ble In the annual volume, Commerce and Navigation of th United States, ahotttly to he Issued by ths Department of Corn meres and Labor through Its bureau of statistics. THREE PROMINENT COUPLES " MARRIED AT CRAWFORD CRAWTORD, VK. PK t-Bpeclal.-Tuesday ovenlnc at th home of tn bride's parents,' Colonel and Mm, P. O. Conner. Rev. A. T. Carpenter united In marriage Mis norane Lu heats Cooper and Joseph Anderson Realty. Th bride I a graduate of Crawford High school and Browned rollsga at 'Omaha. Th groom Is th Junior member of th firm of Beatty Boatty. Wednesday evening Miss Jsnnl Broad- hurst and Oeorga Lawrence of Whitney, Neb., war married by Rev. Mr. Carpenter at th bom of th bride father. Mat Broadhurat. Th couple hav been sweet hearts sine childhood and left on an' evening train for ths east, thence to England to spend their honeymoon. Sunday, February 4, Harry Adam and Miss Evelyn Hopkins will be married. Th groom I county treasurer of Dawes county and was born and reared tn Craw ford. Th bride Is th sister of Mrs, Wil liam Morrison. Kales fraas ttal Claad. RED CLOUD, Neb., Fab. 2. - Special.) A new firm has been organised bars know aa ths Red Cloud Milling company. They hav purchased th most modern machinery and will manufaeture flour, feed and corn good. Th plant will bar th capacity of 102 barrel a day. Twenty-seven head of mule were sold her yesterday at auction In tsn minute. They brought S2.200, Th city has purchased a new 1 hoi se power engine to be used at th municipal electric light'plant. Tnl give two unit, thus Insuring a sure and steady day and night current. Attorney is Lorimer Cage Tries to " Discredit Slneth. KAN WHO TRAPPED M'GOWAK . latlasalloa that Ho Maaafaatarrd Story Met with C halleage ta the A erased Maa ta Deny It. WASHINGTON. Feb. 1Th story at y how a private detective and a phono- graph figured In th alleged "trapping" of Char Is MoQowaa. a witness la th Lorimer senatorial Investigation, was : continued today before th special eraale committee. A. C. Bailey, a detective, who baa al- leged that when ' MeOowan. "admitted" ; to him that bo had received money for , testifying as a Hlnes-Lorimer wrtneee, ; a phonographic record of th alleged ad- j mission waa mad by a machine eon- aealod under a labia oleifc, oeotlaued on th witness stand. . . Attorney W. J. Hynea, representing , Edward Hlnes, th lumber maa, first , took Bailey m hand. For fifteen year th witness said h had been, "roping" for detective agencies. "W don't understand "roping. " In terrupted Chairman DUllngham. "That la what we call getting a man' oonOdene and leading him to tell things hs otherwise would not tell." explained Bailey. ,; Trlea ta Dlerredit Witness. Th drift of Attorney Hynea' examina tion was Intended to discredit Bailey as t a wltnaas. i Th attorney asked It Ballsy .1 had not been discharged for dishonesty .' whll a street car ooaduotor In New York. Bailey said he had nob . . Chairman Dillingham demanded to know why Bailey had not ceil ad la a third party ta bear MeOowan's "adaala- sions." There was nobody to can In." "Isn't th reason you didn't get a third man to hear MrUowan on your hunting - trip, or la Retina or Chicago, because h never made any such atatement aa you charged T" demanded Attorney 1 Hynes. "1 don't think MeOowaa win go en th stand and deny It," Bailey retorted, as b turned to lac young MoOowan. NEWS NOTES JFROM BEATRICE t Body af Jasaea Sforhass 2s Braaght Rem fraan Caaal Ban for lateraaeat. 4) BEATRICE, Neb.. Feb. l- Special)- 1 The body of Jama Uorham of Adams, j who died In the canal son recently, waa brought to Adam yesterday for Inter ment. . Frederick J. Mueller and atlas Banian C . Ttmbsrlaka, both of BallsyvUls, Kan war married her yesterday by Rev. U. . O. Brown. . Friends In this city of Ren Auman aad Mlaa Elisabeth Zlnn learned yasterday , of their marriage, which occurred at Wll- -her on January 22. They kept th matter secret until yesterday, when their friandg learned of the affair. ' 1 Marlon Hasklns. son of Rev. Mr. Has- , kins of Blue Springs, died yesterday at j that plaee. lie contracted a dlieas of ' th leg last summer and It was found nec- -easary to amputate th member. He waa stricken with paralyala and died yertsr-,, day. . Gee Plant Petltlea at Haetlaga. HASTINGS. Neb.. Feb. t-(Bpecial)-A petition Is being circulated asking the j city council to call a special meeting to ! vote 230.000 of bonds to purr ha se and op- i erate the gas plant. The franchise of the ' present company baa four years yet to run. I Glosi n g Out Our Busin ess The Finest Ready-to-l'Jear Clothes The F. B. Q. Clothing Company, New York City . The L. Addler Bros. Company, Rochester SOCIETY BRAND All Fine, Hand Tailored Clothes Choice of Any Overcoat in the House sold for $25, $30, $35 and $40 Quite a Few Silk Lined, Medium Heavy Weights and Garberdines, at . . . 15 $15.00 SUITS and OVERCOATS $7.95 $18.50, $20 and $22.50 SUITS and O'COATS $12.95 $25.00 and $27.50 SUITS $16.95 $30.00, $35.00 and $40.00 SUITS $19.95 $50 Fall Dress CQC Salts at ... . Vv3 $3.00 Trousers $1.45 $3.50, $4, $5 Trousers. $2.95 $6 and $7.50 Trousers $3.95 WOLLRfl 107 S. Sixteenth St. Opposite Hayden Bros. WE HA VE FUR OVERCOATS AT HALF PRICE 21