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SILK HAT HARRY'S DIVORCE SUIT-Never
OH HARRv. I HEAR
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CUBS GOING STALE WITH AGE;
Murphy Says This is Reason for'
Many Changes in Lineup.
NEEDS QUICK, SNAPPY PLAYERS
Hi- ajs Clhb Should Hnvc Fewer
.uprrlntrudentB Urnivlna; I'ny
lor Telling; Others llmv
to Play
CHICAGO, Jan. 'JO. "Frank Chalice ran
Fu cnwfiil mi a playing manago!; 1 urn
not prepared to say that ho will prow
u wizard na k benrh manager." ay
. harles W. Murphy, president' ot the Na
tional league liner hall cluh of Chlrnfco,
n u signed statement inaile public hero
loiUy.
Continuing, Murphy declares that tho
Pupularlty or unpopularity of a manager
or owner docs not flcuio In the suedcta
ot n club; It la a winning aggregation
thnt counts with followers of tho gam.
The local owner Intimates that his cluh
has been reorganised because some of tho
players wr- going fctalc with age.
' Th-i parsing of Chanuc, Tinker, Brown,
llofrtmu Stelnfoldt. Overall, Kllng ami
Lundgren from the weal side la not ploah
ant tor rne to contemplate,' pursued Mur
'phy u nl 'natumny tho fans -yell their
heads-off. But that nil cornea with the
fortunes of tho great national name. J
wish they all could retire on pension
like membera of the police or flro d
partroenty, hut that cannot tip."
Mora' Rent Player "Needed.
Murphy says that base ball clubs want
'fewer superintendents criticising from tho
"bench atid moro enthusiastic, quick think
ing players.' lit) alludes to Chance when
he says that tho time to remove n, player
la before a junto has been thrown away
'mid not ntter the game Is over and lost '
McGraw. 'ho says, saved many a gaino by
'Ida quck..wlt 'In remoVlngio. "weakening
pltrheV at the right moment.
"My enthusiasm, however," continues
I he Chicago magnate, "Is pretty much
confined to those men who can play the
'.-. -ml ,1 IKar. Mhn .l-t 4n A h
pay lor leuinc oiners now 10 no 11.
Murphy sayn that Wh 1913 cluh Is good
fur a hatting average of .300. barring only
the pitchers, and opines that the lovers of
the game who are, now deploring the loss
of old favorites will be Jhe first to chrer
'tho rejuvenated organization.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qutnlne Tab.
lets. Druggist refund money It It falls!
to cure. 31. TV. GROVE'S signature Is on
each box. 3c-Advertisement.
Chr-lnty Sfnthcvraon Fined. '
, JAMAICA, N. Y.. Jan. 20.-"ChrIsty"
Mathewson. New York N1("w leaguo
'pitcher, was fined HQ today tor using too
much speed. It was not, his high, salaried
urm that got hlin Into trouldr. but tho
itutomoblle presented by admirers Inst
vcar. A policeman timed him on. a Long
Uland boulevard Sunday evening running
thirty-one miles an hour.
Blood Bath
KMcfcs RhiMwatisa
Remarkable Effects of a Rem-
edy Tbet Actually Irri
gates the Entire
Blood Supply.
It sounds queer to take a blood bath
but that la perclsety tbe effect of a most
remarkable remedy known aa 8. 8, 8. It
Ji" the peculiar action of soaking
Ihrougn the Intostlnes directly Into the
Mood. In fire minuted Its Influence Is at
Hrork lit eretr artery. eln and tiny captl
tary. Every membrane, every organ of
5the body, every enunetory become in
effect a filter to strain the blod of Im
purities. The stimulating properties ot
.H. a 8, -compel the skin, liver, bowels,
Jddners. bladder to all work to the one
end of casting out every Irritating, every
Vain Inflicting atom of polaon; It dislodges
by Irrigation aU accumulations In tha
lolntf, dissolves add accretions, renders
them neutral and scatters those peculiar
formation in 4 ha nerve centers that
cause such mystifying and often batting
'heumatlcTalno.
And .beet of all, "this remarkable rem
.edy 1 welcomn.Jo the weakest atomach.
If you have drugged Vouraelf) until your
itomaclt ) nearly paralyzed. yju will be
astonlshea-o find 'that B. 8. 8. gives no
sensation but goes right to work. This.
Js because it. Is a'pure vegetable Infusion,
Is taken naturally. Into.yoOi-blood just as
pure air Is nbId pati)rally Into your
lungs.
The great Swift laboratory has spent
millions of dollars In perfecting, produo
Ing and placing. In the bands ot the pub
lie this wonderful remedy. So give your
blood a good bath with 8. 8. 8., for it
knocks the worst forms of rheumatism
every lime.
You can get It at any drug store at
11.00 a bottle. It Is a standard remedy,
recognized everywhere , as the greatest
blood specific ever' discovered. If yours
is peculiar case and you desire eipert
advice, write to The pwift 8pecWo Co..
2$7 BwUt, mis., Atlanta, Q,
I
RIGHT FAOMlE
or Jit vjjiTM ME
A AT RIGHT
OQWU TH STREET J
HawolG HfA
SUED FOR'NQ.T BRINGING SUIT
Humor is that Gang in Omaha
Works Up Cases
WOMAN STARTS THE STORY
lloinrr flndi that tlir Iteprraruta.
tlmi AVIili-h Cnnaeil 1 1 1 lit to Or
der thr Mult I'lled Art
I ii (rue.
Acting as an attornoy for Wed W.
Hoover, iimiaser of tho Drowning, King
ft Co., hat department, A. 8. Itltohlo
was about to file suit for heavy damages
ngnliwt a prominent and high xaluricd
employe of tho I'nlon Pacific it few dnyn
RKo. Hoover, according to Kdson Dlch,
Inter employed as his attorney, became
convinced that tha pretext for tho ault
wtia tinrounded and ordered the proceed.
Imph discontinued. Illtchln now hns sued
tloover In district court for t2,W for ut
torncy's fee, which claim Is now to he
rr si ut i'd as unreasonable,
"1 Imve.bcen Informed that a gang has
been working up cases of thU sort and
yent after n prominent state official not
long ago," said Mr. nich, "and I um told
that they nro trying to squeeze nn Omaha
business man today."
Some weeks ngo Mr. Hoover received
cports that led him to engngo Mr. hltcltto
to brng suit for, damagea- ugalnst the
Union Pacific employe above referred, to,
Tho railroad man arranged a uonterenco
with Hoover and other Interested partlos
and Miccoedod In convincing Hoover that
Wio' charges were untrue and to ordpr Mr,
llltcluo not to file suit.
Morn Ilrvt-lnpuiFnta.
"Thoro may be something more to give
out In a few days," said Mr. men. "fio
far as tho original enso n concerned, that
was tho result of spite, work in tho first
pliicc. Tho purty yh? causod the repqtt
to bo clrqolatcd has boen n, bonof Icliiry of
tho man Hoover was' about to sue; she
has bcenthn gucet In that ninn'a home
many Units. When the Information was
laid before Hoover It was suggested that
liojonrpby tuv attorney to bring the 'ac
t)qu. Ho did employ Mr. Hltchle, hut tho
services were not worth S2.600. I vnl con
vince tho representations made to
Hoover, which caused him to order iiuU
flld, were untrue; no Is he; ao Is the
wire of the man who was to be sued."
Hoover Is married and lives at 2916
lodgo street. Mrs. Hoover Is a stenoa
rapher In the employ of 8anuil J, Peter
son, general claim agent for the Union
Paclflo railroad.
Fremont Will Stick
in Nebraska League
FIU3MONT, Neb., Jan. SX That Pre
mont will stick In the Nebraska leaguo
was assured this afternoon when twenty
five business men organised and in
structed the crotary to wire Beatrice
tomorrow that tho deal Is off. Otto Pohl
was elected president, Dert Wheeler vlco
president and M. O. Perkins secretary
treasurer, GOTHENBURG TEAMS
WIN FOUR GAMES
GOT,HliNDUKG( (Neb Jat M.-(Sps,
clul.) Tho Gothenburg High school basket
ball teams met the teams ot Gibbon and
Shelton on their own floor Friday and
Saturday, winning all of the tour games
pWyed.
At Gibbon on Friday the scores were:
Kpr the boys' teams Gothenburg, Si; Gib.
bon. 10. For the girls' teams Gothen
burg, SO; Gibbon. 5. At Shelton Saturday
the scores were: For the boys' teams-
Gothenburg. Z; Shelton, 0. For the girls'
teams Gothenburg, 17; Shelton, 3. Ttvs
Is the first team that has succeeded in
defeating the .Shelton boys In three year?.
The boys' squad is being coached by
Prof. Swan, who was with the Wesleyah
team last year, and tho girls are coached
by Miss Ilertha Iloach, formerly with Ui
University ot Nebraska. Both squads an
developing undeniable speed "for high
school material and promise a good sea
son's record.
SECURES NEW MANAGER FOR
CITY NATIONAL BANK BLG.
C. C. George returned from Chicago
tha rooming w're bo secured the
services of Edwin 8. Jewell to manage
the City National bunk building, when
Frank K. Mayer leaves to become secre
tary of the National Sunday Scltool
association.
Jewell has been connected for. several
years with the Thomas W. Hall corn
pan', real estate dealers of Chicago,
having charge ot a number ot large
office buildings there. He will come to
Ornahn about the middle t February,
when Mayer's resignation takes effect.
Mayer's management ot the building
baa been very successful. During the
year 11J, 95H per.cent of the floor space
ot the building was under lease.
BISHOP SCANNELL TO GO
WEST FOR THE WINTER
Bishop Bcanncl! of Omaha and Bishop
McGovern of "Wyoming will leave lusre
tha eariy part ot this week for llos
Angeles, where they will spend the rest
of tha winter.
rcrslstent Advertising ts the Road to
Gig Returns.
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He weNT rne bobe in thb
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THPlV HD COULBCrSO 'N THB
$Tr?BCT BELOW HOtALeTO
"IF I FCLL OF HERE VjOOLD
VOU SflV i DIED OF DP0P5V''
THIS? rO PLPlCE
FOR h Rabbis 5rA
WHO AM WHO
ARE. WHO 16 J
M A MEMBER1
OF Trie EATA
a 1
FIERCE BATTLE IS
FOUGHT ON FLOOR OF
THE WYOMING HOUSE
(Continued from Pago One.)
house r members were standing close
around the speaker's desk.
In tho thick of the scrap the -olce of
Charley Irwln cow puncher and promoter
of Cheyenne's, famous frontier shows, who
waa a spectator of tho' affair, rang out
loud- over the tumult, "Men be quiet be
men." i
Calmer Couusel PrevnIU.
Cries ot "Put Irwin. In the chair," from
tha crowded galleries followed this sug
gestion. Again Pratt declared the house
adjourned and stated he had a right,
undor the statute, to call any ono to the
chair he choso. Wood maintained his seat
and the sergeant-at-arms, obeying his
Instructions, had refused to let out any
of the members. Judge Mete, who had
not taken any part In tho violence around
the speaker's chair, but whose, motion
hsd beon tho occasion of It, ooufurred
with Itepresontatlve Sullivan ot tha re
publicans on hehalf of both factions and
an agreement was finally made to ad
journ with ull motions pending as they
were at that time until 2 o'clock this
afternoon,
A peculiarity ot the, whole situation In
respect to the riot In the Wyoming house
, wi um.. . u.Viy-
cal clash was between democrats and In-
surgent republicans, who had organized
the house. Speaker Pratt, progressive,
and Mr, Sproul. democrat, being particu
lar friends. They attended cluiruh to
gctlter Sunday. Ilepubllcan Leader Hun
ter, who had first been called to the chair,
kept his place on the floor throughout.
Adjourn Until Tuesdny.
Upon convening at 2 o'clock the house
was called to order by Speaker Pratt. A
motion waa at once made to adjourn until
tomorrow1 morning and was carried with
out protest- This leaves the situation
with reference to the confirmation of
Pratt's committees still unsettled. The
governor's message hus not yet been read,
though the legislature convened a week
ngo,
Many Will Build .
in Happy Hollow
During the Year
Tyler Belt, general manager of tho
Nebraska Telephone company, has bought
the northwest comer of Fifty-second and
Chicago streets and will erect a homo
there In the summer.
He Is one ot several purchaser In the
Happy Hollow district within a week,
Clark Powell has bought two lots be
tween Fifty-second street and Happy
Hollow boulevard on Cass street, paying
M.O for them. He expects to build a
home there wtlhln a short time.
Arthur 8. Itogeis, electrlcul engineer of
the telephone company, paid ti.SOO for a
lot on Cuss street between the boulevard
and Fifty-second street. He also will build
a home of about the value ot the other
purchasers In Happy Hollow between
17.000 and 113.000.
Property in the district has had addi
tional restrictions placed upon It since the
first ot the year. The stockholders In the
Dundee Realty company, the owner, have
specified that no frame bouses are to
be built in the district. They must be of
brick, brick veneer, stucco or stone nd
and must not cost lets than $6,604.
Frliihlful Pulna
In the stomach, torpid liver, lame baok
nnd Weak .kidneys are soon relieved by
lilectrlc Bitters, Guaranteed, 0c. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
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OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1!)13.
Tell a Judge Why He's
Copyright, 1911. National News
I'tLFMtYOUlO buc-ks
TIPNEV ANO.I OUCr-rT
TO PUT VOU AvrVAV IK
THE HOOSS
TOO- OONT VOU
KMOVJ THAT WOO
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fiND eve the old noewBGinn
LUMDCBMen IN THE COUNTJPy
1 MONTHS STOOD Of UIK-e
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CTtONlMfR VVflJ WORK'INft L 1KB
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THE OPDER TO Pi r v, OH
ZPlFFYDIUS, COME AND XfOMP
WTH Me ' THEV STFiPTED To
PLW WrieN HflP?V G&EGH
30MPED UP PtND VELPEO i
fDE THEG &TOP flNDTffit MoH.
would n Play AT the GPiRDih
THEfrrae htoVE P GPntib plot? 1
WHAT DOVOli ME AM
BM INTRUDING UPON A
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CHESS TOURNEY BEGINS
Opening Round of Masters Starts at
Manhattan Club.
TWELVE. MEN AT BOARDS
, i . i , .
French nml I lilted States Cliiiiiilons
Poslnonn Their Mntcii Until
.Today Three Content
io to Ilrnw.
NBW YOniC, Jan. 20,-Th'e opening
rortnd of tho second American National
Chess Masters' tournament began at
the Manhattan Chess club today with,
fourteon players ontered.
Only twelve men wcro at tho boards
today, David .lankowskl, French cham
pion, and Frank J. Marshall, United
States chanlplott, having postponed their
match until tomorrow.
Thq other contestants a,re: Jose It.
Cupablauca of Havana, Oscar Chajes,
Chicago; U 13. Zapolcon, Washington:
H. Ucbcnsteln, Baltimore; Norman T.
Whltakor, Philadelphia; Harry Kline,
Boston; J. S. Morrison, Toronto; J. Stap
fcr. Now Jersey, champion, and Charles
Jaffe, A. Kupchtk Itenenwurael, and S.
It'ublnsteln, New York.
Cnpablanca, Kupchlk and Stopfer each
won his game, respectively, from Lleben
stein, Zapoleon and rtublnstcln.
Tho contests between Morrison and
Chnles. ttenenwnrxel nml Tn rtn n r,
Whlttaker ami Kline all were drawn,
...
Fight Upon Field
to Break Up League
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 20.-A fight that It Is
believed will breuk up the St. Louis
Soccer league, ended the game this after
noon between tho St. Leo team, which i
claims tho championship of America!
und the Innisfall tcam j
Medrlck Rouchcr, left fullback on the ;
St. Leos, had been put out of the game ,
for fighting In tho last halt and with but)
six minutes of, playing remaining, "Bull"
Brannlgun, tho St. Leos' center, and Tom
Irvine, Innisfall goal keeper, became
Involved in a tight, which ultimately
drew in nearly every other player on
both sides. Police and spectators rushed
on the field, the formor separating the
fighting players, and many of the latter
joining In tho melee. The score was 2 to
1 tn the St. Leos' favor.
DATES ARE SET FOR THE
WESTERN HANDICAP SHOOT-
Through the work or Frank T. Lover
lug, secretary of the Omaha Gun club, ,
and Billy Townsend, another officer of
the same organization, tho Western
Handicap tournament will be held on tho j
club grounds. Just east of the Douglas
street bridge on August 4. 5, 6 and 7 ot
this year,
Some ot tha greatest professional shots j
ot tho age will be present to take port lit I
the tourney, Among the more prominent j
professionals who will be there are
Crosby, Maxwell, Spencer, Heer. Gilbert
and Dory.
CENTRAL INTERNATIONAL
WILL INCREASE CIRCUIT)
ST. PAUL. Jan. 20-Presldent George!
K. Lennon of the St Paul base ball team
ot the American association declares thit
both ho and President Cantlllon of the
Minneapolis club will welcome the Cen
tral International league to the Twin
Cities. He says arrangements can be
made for the use of Lexlncton park
when the association team is on the road.
Mr. Lennon said tonight:
"Mr. Cantlllon and myself have been
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fl6"N TO NI6WT
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AN flP6UeNT
mTE&LOcuTor?-nnve vou beco
FOiecs again?
raoNt-e oh vcr&. mi&j&h
JOHNSON, I TUS ' 0KBX
OrE3 OVfiiH PE hfeD VJlf
fl piece ob pips pn dch
Wf SMOHED DE PlPF OB PiECt-
DOMES) Wtt voP OS WITH SOHO '
WPITTEN By HIMSEL F AMD DEDICATED,
TO Hl WIPE ENTITLED' -WHEN LAST
Vg MET YOU (VgPg F BLOHCyt:
JM THE GfMK WHO POU,
THE RAT IAI FRAT.1'
Ill favor of letting down the bars to the
minors for three years, but there hns de
veloped opposition to this at - preceding
meetings of tho American association.
"If tho officials of the Central Interna
tional leacue are sincere In their plans to
Includo St. Paul and Minneapolis jn their
circuit, I am more than willing to meet
thorn half, way on their, proposition."
Tist season tho Central 'international
league included buluth. Winnipeg. .Su
perior and Grand Forks In Its .circuit..
If present plans materialize, Fargo, N.
D., MlnneapoUs. St. Paul and Virginia,
Minn., will bo added.
NICK COLLINS INJURED
BY WASEM'S TOE HOLD
ST. LOUIS, Jan. DO. Nick Collins of
Chicago, wrestling here this afternoon
under the namo of "Young Gotch," was
so badly hurt when thrown by Albert
Wasem of St. Louis, using a toe hold,
that ho was unable to contest the second
fall. Tho Chlcaitoan suffered a torn liga
ment In his left knee and the dislocation
ot his left ankle. The wrestlers weighed
133 pounds. Tho first fall was In flfty
flvo minutes,
Tinker Slurna llarter.
DUBUQUK. III.. Jan. S0.-Frank Harter
of Keyrsport. III., north of here, has
been signed as -a pitcher for the season
of 1913 by Manager Joo Tinker of the
Cincinnati National leacue team. Harter
played last season with tho Portsmouth
team tn the Ohio state league.
McLean Win Race.
ST. PAUL, Minn.. Jan. 20.-Robcrt Mc
Lean of Chicago, International champion
leo skater, won the mllo and half mile
events, at the Western Skating associa
tion's carnival, which ended a three-days'
session tonight. McLean defeated Harry
Kaad and Walter Gunderson, both of
Chicago, In both events, all other con
testants having failed to qualify for the
finals.
1 '
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I'X. mid,.
Warmth for any
room, in a few
minutes, for only
a few pennies
Special prices to close out
(tr
Installed with 8 feet
flexible tubing these light,
handy little gas radiators
may be placed wherever
needed and will generate
sufficient hent, in a very few
minutes, to make any room
comfortable. Tho amount of
gas thoy consume is surpi'is-
injjjly small.
OMAHA
Drawn for
-ot rvi
MlT ffV
EMPRESS THEATER IS OPEN
Omaha's Newest Playhouse Starts
Bill with Full House.
EVERY SEAT IS OCCUPIED
ratrona Mnrrcl nt Beauty of the
Netr Structure nml the dum
ber of Kxlfs and the
Klevatora.
Shortly after noon the last scrubwoman
made her exit from thq rear of the Em
press theater nnd the doors were thrown
wide open tp the public. The public. In
the. largest sense of tho word, started fbr
the open doors nnd the last heard from
the new playhouse was that they wcro
'still swarming through tho entries.
Lights, decorations nnd seats wcro ready
for tho Initial performance sharply at the
stroke of noon.
Manager Harris states that the opening
show saw nearly every one of the 1,493
Individual seats occupied. The clever
arrangement of having an elevator carry
tho patrons to and from tho second und
third floors was a feature which seemed
to Immensely please, as did tho fact that
not a single post Is visible in the whole
theater. in ponnt of decoration thu
theater Is the equal of any In tho city,
whllo the number of exits nnd entries
with which the structure is equipped re
ceived approval from all sides.
Rooming House is
Kept Warm by Coal
Stolen by Boarders
alike Znnchuclc Is the proprietor of a
boarding and rooming house at Third and
William streets. Coal has been very high
this whiter and Mike erudglngly handed
out check after check to the coal ma.i
until .his vision of wealth and future hap
piness, built dt the tlmo he secured tha
rooming house, began' to gradually fade
aWuy before the heavy drain upon fan
savings.
Then Mike hit upon a happy schemu
Why not get coal for nothing? Wasn't
thpre carload after carload sotting In tho
Burlington yards a short distance from
his home?
. Mike had his three brothers-Mike GUiu
cow, Dan Mnrtlnuch and John Pollock
steal the coal from tho cars. For some
weeks past Mike has boen keeping his
house and roomers warm by tho' coal
thus socured. The future .outlook loomed
up very bright for Mlkq until last nlgnt.
when Special Officer Adams visited the
rooming house and placed Mlko and his
three star roomers under arrest.
Mike was fined $23 and costs by Pollca
Magistrate Foster and ,tho other three
prisoners were discharged.
STREET CAR ORDINANCE
IS PUT OVER FOR A WEEK
An ordinance providing that the street
car company shal sell seven tickets for
25 cents will be considered by tho city
commission next Monday. Tho ordinance
wus laid over yesterday morning.
Socialists dratted tho ordinance, which
was Introduced by 5fayor Dahlmnn by
request. City commissioners who have
expressed opinions arc opposed to the
provisions of the ordinance.
of
GAS RADIATORS
V
While they last
4 Tube $3.60
Radiators ..$4.00
GAS CO.,
The Bee by Tad
o - ht tAwe
AeJGEl- J
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DUCHESS HAS ROUGH TRIP
ACROSS ON MAURETANIA
NEW YORK. Jan. 20. The "Duchess oi
Tallyrand, formerly Miss Anna Gould,
reached hero today with her husband, tho
duke of Taltyrand, and her 3-ycar-old son.
Prince Howard do Sagan, on the bclatml
steamer Mauretanla to attend the wed
ding (on January 22 of Miss Helen Gould,
the duchess sister, nnd Finley J. Phcp
ard. Anthony J. Droxel, father-in-law of
Marjorle Gould, daughter of George .i.
Gould, also enmc over to attend the wed
ding. Tho Maurctunla's passage from Liver
pool was the roughen nnd slowest trip It
has over made.
CHICAGO GARMENT WORKERS
MAY J0INJN THE STRIKE
CHICAGO, Jan. M.-Chlcago garment
workers wlllVoto here Tuesday on a
proposition to call a general strike. Ac
cording to several leaderst the men ar.e
In favor of Joining tho New York gar
ment workers In n walkout.
, fooc. m cold) pl
Suffering from the cold?
Consult us we're over
coat specialists.
An . absolutely clean
stock of this season's gar
ments; warm, serviceable,
stylish coata that "make
good" on every test.
All bioken lines of our
$1 7 to $35 Kensington arid
L System overcoats and
suits selling at discounts
as great as 1-3 OFF.
Perhaps you're a "tailor
made" man? But just for-,
get your prejudice long
enough to take a squint at
what we have for you.
No obligation to you ,
a pleasure to us. We be
lieve it will open your eyes
to so met hi n g decidedly
worth your while.
MASEE & DEEMER
413 So. 16th.
Clothes Hats Furnishings
i x
1509 HOWARD ST.
Phone Douglas 605

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