The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 20, 1916 · Page 12
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^4^V|4i ( |' y^--"r.* ,·fa$ffi-'*£*f *?!'?· * t t ' THE LINCOLN DAILY STAR. By HOMER JOHNSTON ** ^ » / / " '*'" !}1 f'trf MT "- P FRIT) AT, OCTOBER 20, 191«. Hitting the High Spots LCOWNHUSKERS SPREAD OF N E B A S K A Tne Cornhuskcr special vai due to 11- rive In Portland tills morning The olio* iw: telegram fiom t n c Stni ·= *P°«s , ,-' editor "CV Sherman w h o is accompam : 4 ins the team and w i l l give i firs 'iaml ^"account of the battle .. i i - . U u d a v w i t h the Oregon Aggies telN of t h e icv i! welcome Witch the Hu«kois i e c - l v « i 1 while traveling through I d i h o and J r - gon. The message was *e.it from J - » Grande Ore late 1 .nir«da\ night ' follows The trip of Ihe conhuskei l o b t b t H special across Idaho a.id e.istei n u n con was converted ioca\ tnto an -\il- vertlslng junket In whU.li e v e i v t o w n of prominence on the Ot"goi *-n' - Line was quite emphatic, ill hifoimeil of ihe fuel that the I ' n l v e r s l t v of Nebraska Is verv mile i on tne imp Mefages were sent I i a d v a n c * heralding the approach 01 the HII-..V i special and score'- of Nehr-iska gnis and hundreds of townspeople gaui- erecJ at everv -top to greet the ly«- braska part ' h e I niversltj ad t band disemb irked at ever} stop 10 ~ _. fender concerts, and rattle t i n shingles w i t h th«.ebruska veil Lie ginning at Pocatello in the morning The train halted nt Mn^icui 1 all" Shon-none Glenn Keirv Mountain Home Nauipa CaUlwell. Pai"tto ind XVelser Idaho and Ontario md Baker Citj, Oregon Th* highsc'i ol football squad turned out at Galii- well Idaho to take pa-. In the greeting 'and to run bliiiuil- " l l l l p , l l l tourists looked on · caldweli coached bv Houghton ex-low i centei ·who as a Hukeje felt the sting of - 'ebraskft defeats In the two gam»s Messages receded todav bv H*ad Coach Stewart and Managci R- *d an nounced a program of entertainment. ·* -when tne Cornhuricers special ste inn into Porflind Frldav morning Coach Stewa.it put the Husk-r* through their paix". In two stiff practice sessions todai h i l f bom stops for that purpose Delng made at Pocatello and Nampa Moving Pictures Of the rornhus\cr party on the stops enroute to the nortnwest and of Sa»--1 « ISebraM* i- Oicgon Agglea game are being taken bv R A Lindsay movie expert from Lincoln Adilltlonil films w i l l be taken on the wa\ home v i a olaclc-r National Park da^i-d on the screen at the Oiplieum theatre In Lincoln f~r tlie t h i e e d ij ·» beginning Mondav Oit '.0 STIFF BATTLES SLATED IN "BIG NINE" SATURDAY. Camera Shots at Husker Players RED AND BLACKS RUN SIGNALS IN SNOW STORM Despite tilt Inclement w e a t u e i on j ThUiHd.o afternoon, the 'ilgli fcchool football squad ran through t h l t t v minut»n r -mapij signi! Jira. llc» in preparation fui tin- SaLincldi game w i t h tin } o i k ilch -cl ool l.n pi-t imports fiom the Il"U ind Black t.unji Indleif t h a t all of the i i g u l t u s w i t h (lie "\.c« j |)tloji of Gi If f i n v l l l be In fie .Situuli., c o n l l k t The piobibli' lineup loi the g i m e .is ;iven out bj Coich Reese follows L,d VIoore left enii. . eru MJOIC lefl ta Me, | ) i n « lefi guard H.irt renter Iau Ight guard; I-Mllard r ' g i t U u h l e and I nei JvVall oi Lamb l i g h t end vttt ° i l i l be i t quarter Cpi«Mnson at .uil i t k Cn^t Brian at right luilf b i t k ind nlik'is will replace Griffin at left half- Itii-liaids w i l l probablv s-ubstltu f tor , Moof u t i t k l e ind P o w c i « w i l l p - - - i 1 1 foi L a u -it euiril \Vviuoop u h s t i t u t e fo^ Colliers Football Special Stops for Signal Practice At Pocatello, Idaho. Management Refuses to Give Names of Student "Hoboes" Ejected. I h By "CY" SHERMAN (Spec/41 to Tli" Stai ) ^, KIJ1MA. Ida. Oct 20--The r o t n - mav ' buskers football special P'lioute tQ ind Pot U ind emciged from Wedne«cla '- blu/;al3 and li^ss^d tocla\ a fair woathei /one in Idaho ' The morning stop toi p i a e u c e w.is . i made .it Pocatello "coi'iis The l'U^I«-'tJ d e p a i t u i e n t of the -rude L-mon Pacific u i l w a v h i d lulled to " t ' ^ r m ' b v ' t h e ' ^ o i V o f 4 to 0 h e r i k l the ppio.ich of tlie V p b i a s K i P i i k l n v « put up a .rood panic but sjjecUl h u t tlK Xcbiaska athletic ' ' m.maE-eniPnt cot i n touch w i t h 4l ^ M KINLEY SOCCER P L A Y E R S DEFEAT THE PARK TEAM team composed o^ M c K m l f v ,\.io otit"«'(sed b UK ~-\z' "id e \ ] j u l u .· ol l l u M c M u l e v pl.iv*!-. Tin Park ei,iilais in1 t i n M Ivil It ro^ul n fa l i e l u d u l t c l loi a. gamt next w e k THREE MATCHES RUN OFF IN BOWLING LEAGUE Sl\ I f l t ' i s ( f J l I ·-t! 0 ij evdliilR In tu^ (.1 i I 01101 s bow-Ilu?" w.is «ui s i t u a t i o n a.t Rowlings Wv o and vired ahead to uinounce the (.omuls' of the ' i omhusUers t i a v e l e i s Seveial h u n I dred Potatello citizens gillieied at til" I Oregon Shott line s t i t i o u to weUonie the ,elr.is.Kd p . u t j and then uatehecl (hl , H uski i ^ \ w t r l l O ^ s go "HALBY" HALBERSLEBEN Haibersleben won his letter with the Cornhuskors last ye-ar as * substitute oonter, and is playing on the line this year CYCLONES ARE OFF I FOR MISSOURI CONTEST I hi- 1 .he The following spoiN letfr from cago gives a lonclse s u m m i i v of various games to be piuved in the western conference on iturcla Illinois will f i r e i test of f l t e m its B am« tomoirow w i t h Ohio State-the first appearince of tne llllnl in A Big: Kine" jumi; this s«-iton T h e couteH,. Is expected to roveul tne f u l l a t i e n s t h "' Illinois and to At t e r m i n i if It is to ie legarded as n contcndei for t h - w«-sfin conference tlMinplons'Mp rhlcngo s a n n u a l cl mli w i t h . N o i l l i - ·neBteru ,iml the P u i d u t - l o w t game I M P the oulv ptlie- lontists on lomoriow s schedule h iv Ing uiv h ' t i i l n g of th. H f e l -Cine iace M i u i l g m w i l l l,ilu in I t s nnclent foe the Alkluicjn Ahgle" nt A n n Arbor ·SMscoiiHlii w i l l collide v v i l b t u n I Jlaskell Indians ind M-nneMo'a. w i l l meet Soudi Daliolii 1" t i n otbei I m p o t t n i t Eainp? in the mlilclli « r t t I Illlnofo a l t h o u g h lienteu bv ( o l R i ' e i ·week HRII lefim-'s in b counter! out o f ' ' the conft-rence campaign so u u H hi the | season s u p p o i t i « of t h e i l i v i u aij,m tint i flp i te pl.ived in N o i c m h e i foi in and bail i l g h l v e t . i n n i v v b n nad p l u j e 1 t h i ' i v i * togcthei w n l l e I l l i n o i s W M T «am i « iKenccl bv t o e i i b s i n t e of sonif s t u n and had had onlv t w o ""con i / 'jipke*" or Hi- Illinl tins w h i l e ·ale i r s n i | foi Ohio because of the 1^ , to 0 si 010 Ohio rolled up agilnst Uberlln ) last ^ i i l u i d i v hut neveitneh"s H i i i i i n l IHK on i v l i l o n Cnpt Mm ( nuil'ei I I I I M been s h i f t e d f i n m i i u n r U t t o i l s h ' "ulf back his old position iml his p r i s ^ u e In tlie tecoininiv d c f m s e Co\eb /.nppKe bcllevis will be a bin help s t i m u l i ind Snvder w i l l be tried out u t q i m i t n Chicago has wrloiw legirrl foi N o r t h - , ·western this sennon a-? the e l e v e n li con uldernd to be the ·?tronRe-t dovloped it Kianston in nevera! j « n r « I h e Tin pie team w a i classed as a dark noi'e u tll« Mart of tne season md im pet f o i - , mtmce against Lake Torest In Its - l i s t jjamc demonstrated th.it the eleven ma% i give anj team a hanl race I The Puidue-Iowa Kami w i l l be waf'ied ·with interest as bocn eleveui mine through earll «ea!on gime^ v l e t o i l o u i nnd ire considered much "irongei t h a n a e n r ago Wisconsin w i l l meet the Tlaskell Indlin" In « Rime v v h l r l i should prepare the Badgers for latei ind more .Important games Minnesota Is expected to dlspoie of Soutn likotn eisih In , rtlana w h U h was humbled bv ''liiOTgo ' last Satutdiv has no gimr -scheduled tomorrow I h e A m t b I J i limes 1 v v l l h i i » n u i l i l j l v Uhl t n a m n l l l i n v u i l e U K Missouri i 1 ID i l a n n on S i l u n J i n f l l l d v i i t h con fldenee Of v i i t o n J l i i " l e n u l t of t l i f I iger-i j i l o m haltli Inis. i i l l i e c t b e t i - IMK upon tin, M Idiom I v a l l e v c o n f ' r e n e e ^ i i hiiiiuilonshlp is Hie follo«ln^ f i o m 'I he | | it..! s I.DI rcsponiltnt at \im s i \pnms AMI'S la Oe4 20 --\MO\ ing f»i a ei v b u l l guims one w i t h Ibe i Missouri v a l l r M i o n f f i e i u v i h n n - plnimhlp potsiblj lurldnt; In tlu b ick ground t h e Ames f o o t h i l l squad md l o i i e h ' f i leave ut dus|c t o d i i v foi Co- luinbU to pluv the u n l v i r s i t v of MH- s n u s l 1b( ( v i l o n f s w i l l pn^s most of r i u l i v m o n i l n f . I n f t n t n i l l i i i n t l u l i M i e p u -vvlll !unt- i l i t t l i signal prm tii e p n l i i p s to i h i v t . off l b rht u n i i i t i i s mO st.ij in Hi i n h o n d t o w n u n t i l i l o M t o S i f i t r d n noon before taltlnt, t i i tion sp. i i i l to ilu t h e i i n l v t'i«.llv HI ttleiiK ut U i t l i but one «-\ i-pllon I h U ol i i ^ h l end I l i o \IIHS nun lime w i l l t u n oif Ihe blK ^ im«* i(?iiln-.t "Mis- isoiirl in i e l | i a l l \ is it i l i f l t h f l i c i i i Ions R i m e w i t h K n i i s i s lns| week N J ! a n vv mini v v l l ! t a l t e t h e placf in loues t i n v i t u in ml who was I HI) o u t bv 11 bind Utehlo in thi l a v - h n w k e i M! i r n i i M l i "vMth loncs out of I h « g n n e (lie A m i s letun w i l l b e w i t h o u t u h i ' J l v n i ill cJ mnn h i l l I I I ' i n a i l i i 1 ! nni! moil .111 c o i k i d R w i n f i o m t h f I l g o i s v v i t l i o u l t h o SI H I I f it i n br lie.IK N e i l IIIIM hei n in i,nii](.M sonn t h i s sr ison mid h i s v\ i I h i" hurt B i i u f f in It F o l l o w I I I R I I P i t u l l s t i c - n l f l a m e s o n t l u V i n e s llnoxip ( OK an i Mir j so ^'loxc f a i l K l Dim' -·" lot ils l a i n .md the I'opuUr Cafe to nn nori^d a close -vioto ovi i the Liimoln lets and Livers The scuies follow candy Kitchen .4S I s l -0 llii ig was t h a n on "V\ ^dnesd.iv b u t Head Loach S t e w a i t asr.iin R i v e w a i n i n g that t h e brst team n e i ' o i m i s must ^hott material i m p r o v c m e r t 01 substitute p l a v P I S w i l l c i o v v d l e g r u l i r s o f f tho ^ n t u i d a v l i n e - u p T g r n n s l the Agrgies at Racine Tire Company V 1 0 (,i i v s \\ ilbanis l o t ilv Rul i u t n ; Meilcm S f l n n i t t Ki llcenbn M o i k e l t 1 lioin is I ol ih ( n l l s l i 1H( '·i h u n k Bullanl I Million f!jt( h Hanks .1 r 11 ir i i -- i , i n . - .'"' 170-- 4 7 1 0-- D't i ( ( ,j jj Poe Clothiers I'll M l 111 170 I7-1 ISO Globe Laundry "146-- 77 I Concert By Band. 'Ihe ^.fbiasKu univ ^.isiti cailet band I p a v e i h.ill I I O M I ( . o n c e i t ill th^. Poca- tollo b u ^ i n i ss section \vliilf th f o o t - 1 ball squ.ul w 's i mining signals and j in.tile a pronotnu^d b i t n i f b an .xudi- etKe e v o n l u s e i th in HIP one w h i c h W d t c h o d the football d r i l l I A t h l e t i c M in igvM He d in i h u g e of I tin special i)o:si~ted lodax in Ins (''orhnation to mil-.o public HIP names ol tile t l u e e stuilentb n h o w e r e put off tlu l i . u n M lulesbmg Polo while t n i n g ' to bum then wa\ to P o i t J i j l J t i d Tin Ukkless s t u d e n t s w e i e foiced to h n v In kds noni JulesbuiK b i c K to L,in oln V s e n i c h todav of v t i v nook inr] l o u i f i o f Ihe t i a i n bv the Mioit 1 UK m p l o v e s T a l l i n to loc lie uiv IADIO studcnl bums i . 11 -0000- V^ 1-7-- -17 1S7- - * m Uif) r I '7 M Cleaners and Dyers I ' i n e f l e l i l ( r! sine I I l K i u i P l l k « I 1 I l l l k I Ice 1 1 1 at ei \ h l r i li 1 11 IS. I ( V I Gii I I . 1 I I I . i r K i - lt r u i . i i 1 1 Q i H I B i n I n s ( ' I h u i l Se oiid Flf-l I- ll'-l S ( l I H I l i H \r ^ o u p D K l l I / \\ add. mis L u l l I i Rin lol Ms 17" no s - . s . P o p u l a r Cale l i - 0 , 100 17S US Mi" i r I'll) 111, 177- IS't -- SOI 54- ".00 I 'u i n t i l fh i s t i l u _ of ' If \ ' n n u n tol U s 17ir p o u n d s T i n m i - u i U l t f' 1 M n in n I i l m n t I S pound T h e liiv i v e i a c e s fmtn . m l ui c n i l I- H "id t h e h , b l 1 K k f l e l d H M ih s o n l v 1 1 1 " pounds A l t h o i i R h t i n l i u i mil l i u k n i l d Uf nplil I l i f v n r t I is! and s l i l t t v l l f i d 1 0 n i l A l i i V s , i M i l l i m p l t o i l ( i i In liK i f l . - i l M n v s t i w a n t s t o i m i l l i t i a i n ill i t inuv ex l i k n bullet 1IK SIK cess "Toi ' o a t s w a s w i t h l l i i t n i t r T i ti mi I ho M u i s spied and ' I n d u e s - v\ i » v v l i i t vvnllnpert l \ i n v v i v s to l«ji v\ lies! Mis ' I h e ( v t l o n e s n t e b e t o i i ( h i l » v l i i v \ k i i - vv v v b n t \\ is up On h a v i n g I oi tin s o u t h iM I l « j i « l o i c b M I V B I I \voulil sn vvn*. i \pei I i Ind K i l i u md I l u leimi to vv in lioxvn deep Ilu I v c l o n p s v\er si i lol n v u ini v I In l i o p t d t ' i p j i n x v v l ' l o m to then side b u t o i u e m Mlssomi v illi v h l » t « i v ilUl \ T H s o u i i b i e i k tin \U1P- hoodoo a n d t h a t w a s l i s t v e n d l u r e $2,500 Purse On the Grand Circuit \ M , \ N 1 \ (.,1 Oel J" I h - t . i o i K l n i l i l w n mil p o w i i up foi D OS t r o t t e i s vMlb a purse or S 1 °0 i n d a I r u i l aRiIi! 1 -! l u n u b\ Ieo \ . \ w o i t n v t i n famous i r o t t l n g stallion v \ " i c scheduled is til" f e i i t u i e c v e n t « of he i l i v s i_.i,md Circuit I . H O inn t i n g here M ibel I T ask and Si 1-iisco w h l e h li i c IIPI n rontennen in i number of laid i n i ' - t ' l l s se«son n e i entei 'd in me tli orgl i r i l l i N n v and p o w n cup 11 i I IIP Cocoi d l i nip foi - r n l n u l a piu IMS vv l i b ii pu v. of $1 "00 i - 11 )"cc iiicl i f i e e for n i l J - ' e m - o l d nl is- d o t w e i f tlio utliei P v e n l s on the p i o s r i m M A T C H E S I \( Kst.)V\ 11 I ]· I in Oil 1 0- Pile j m n t c h e s ol I h e V.itlon i! r i t l e i s s o c i n t i o n I h u e in w h i c h there vv«-re t.fS conies m.s . w i i e i i m p l e l P i l tod i w i t h l 10 i i u l i u u i l ' p i s t o l m a t h w i i n . i l i » n u - i e s s v e s t e u l i i P l i v j n l 1 - ! I l - m i l o m p l e t i o i M - i H l u s inidc-i d i e .ni^pues of .-u n o t i o n a l h o u d f no Ion of i l f l e pi i c t i c e s i . i t " t Alond iv The Championship Series Broke Up in a Riot Over the Legality of a Catch By the Left Fielder of the Sand Pit Superbas. Georges Carpentier Quits Ring Game In Order to Fight German Invaders. \\heeler S v n d l l.eorge ( inpenti^! Ino h e a v v v v i t -I o \ i n g r h t n i p i o n of 1 u i o | t w h o is now i n f i is on J e m I n m « 11 s e r v i c e has w r i t t e n for a l-onrton newspaper the stoi v of Ins e \ p e i l i n i 1 - anil h i s p i o s p e i t s He looks f o i \ v i i i 1 to IP e n l f i i n t ; the mg and , is L 0 n \ lured t b u i t n o n t b e long; b e f o r e ] be is fi v 10 rni! on the g l o v e s foi fight ins of n d l f f e i i n l soil fi oni I h H l ui vv hii h be has been s h i i m s loi m mv m o n t h s \\ 111 I b(. ,lul to R e t oul of tins bell v t 1 r ..nrl 'iTir v i s but nni bi_fori_ vv * l i n e seen to il t l i n t the s.ilcs of hell l a i e L i e n s h u t s o t i K b l t h i i t h e v vull evei I e f l u n g opfii again I sh ill rempiiibfM t i n t w h i n I fouchl v o u i B o m b n d i e i \\"elK i t t henl Boli l a m i people streamed th u bo\i IB vv is t i IK 1 incl ghnsth and must he no mole Then thev aid not know \ squeimis'i Belgian n n n e \ e i be i g a i n "or Belgians h a v e l i v e d too lou-^ in a woi*ld of hotror Rel 111115 his (\pn!ent.e at the front he \ u n t e s 1 b u \ e sei n sKteen months in the f u - i n t, II ie is i pilot Mm h h i v e I seen I h i v e )i id m f l s n l s high in tilt elouds I h i v e been vv oil ideil I h a v e l e i e l v e c l ' t h e w i i cross mO I I n v e bet n i n o m n h n i j f d 101 i n d si ill l e e t i v e s b o i t l the I r d u I e M i l i t j n e I h a v e been l u o ' v innnenselv so foi ! h a v e been in m uu tight l o i u e i s It ni i v he I h i t some of the i h-irms siv t» i *o nif vv heu I I r f t 1 onilon i n s t e i d of ! i n h t m n You isr \ l i c n i n h i v e hi ought mi i.oO lot t i m e Flew Over German Lines 1 nt I w o u l d tell ·» hat the O i d e i of In PTV w h k b is. w h a t v o u w o u l o * a l l ! oui O i r e i t e si -, about w h a t I (lid to ' v ni the Mod u l l p M i h l i i n Ii is t h n t I I l i e n ovci the C i i n i m lines it T height of onlv Jflu \ i i d s incl t l i i t w h e n T rr - U.med to oni lines mv b i p l i n e was found i II,M ei eiv cd no t t w e i t h a n fiftcc'i u f l e bullets U h t i i l i v i n g if it be tint vou are i him nu? v*'ui jnmi shall I siv TOU h n v e no sense of cliiiR^i I n e v e r m all m\ t l i K h l s t h o u g h t oi e v e n diontned of be inq; be iten I t b v a j s behev eu in nivself is MO no'v i\ith inv m i c h i n c It is as ome hum in A o u feel t h a t it k n o w s vou t h i t it is pii t of \OWM»'I von conn to believe it is I n v i n c i b l e and n l t h o u c n in mv lost big ficlil when T Lin nov well b t l i e v e t v l u t I was hii^^mg ind w i e s t lug w i t h de'ilh Til the t i m e I did not ome t | u i k e will- lea 1 I wss ol couise l o n - e i o i s tint I was being pitted 'I n i l the tinit To fl\ is low TS T did W H S nskv peillous but the knowledge t h n t il had 0 I f done if I w e r e to be of service to -nir i-tillerv seemed to f i l l mo w i t h a -ense of seriu'tv It w«s onlv. w h ^ n 1 lol 'wek ni to oni lines and MW the fif oen bullet m i 1 Us and the r-o'es that hat 1 oe i i i u d l e d in inv nnc'une t h M I r e ^ I / d lh-t I was as u e i i beiner knocked ut « e v e i i bin e h»e i hi mv life These c l i v s m\ diuie« Ihonch often ^ i i t n^ slid dangeiou« do not consist in I i n t i n c r enem% "eropl'nes Indeed in orders are evcu to a v o i d engaging them | But I h a v e been compelled to do so on ev -*r ] o*visio « nd unde~ i h' i ' landicip beca' se of mv miclnne not empT fiist oi h m i \ e n o u g h Directs A i t i l l e r y Fne. H 1= mv business to insist in the di i e--tioii of our iirtiller- fire hv means of wireless mes«ice«: ind sicnallmg 1 like mv work ever so much foi II a c ks U a" 1 «h ill .ilwn" l i x v e riv w i t s Thont me v e r v like the loxet who though he Is w i n n i n g bv ever so manv points has " I v v i v s to he on the lookout, toi i s« n.e me light tint imslit knock him out 'I am now -t \ e a i « of age and I find that I h i v e lost the better pirt of the fortune that I made Mv eirnimrs when T left I ondon n f t e r mv contest w i t h Oun- hont Smith--remembering the coitnets t had n n d the nosMbihtlcs open to me-- wou'd h a v e proba+'H totalled nn Hum; ur to 10 000 or IS 000 pounds ?(60 X0 "i" S75 000) n v e i r For t w o \eais T h i v e enrned nothing I am In the sume posi- don--perhaps not ^s b n d - as thousinds of mv eountrvmen Much have T lost ' ^ hen I w n s e a i n l n g thouiands of pounds (n n nlftht 1 put mv monev h J !mp«ted nnch of it !n the coal mines nt I ens which N mv home and w h e i e 1 worked as; a little bov until Frnnel-? Oescampi took rue oni I n t o the world to bot for n Hvlna; Mv investments had this war not bnve- eonie would have made me n l i i h mnn not noxv thev have gono '01 the UerminK h a v f lind l e n s ind the ' irines in t h e i r linnds for some twenty! cine months And wo^se than nil for all t h a t time I h i v e not he^rd directh from im fnthcT or mother or two Bisters, -'·- «ie shut tip in I,«nV I've Got the Whole Town Talking They found their way to the secoml Floor legaidlest, of the incomplete condition oi' the ue« Teinimal Building I showed them $25 Ready Made Suits O'Coats and proved that John -Monroe Burke gives exactly \\liat he represents Clothes that ne\ei sold for less than $25 befoie, \\hat's more I guarantee satisfaction or j-our money back. You saj ho^ can i do it--maker to you, second floor rent, expenses kicked out, ah\ ayt one price. It n ill paj you to find out C/onie ind look Be it Suit or CM£icoat, the newest fabncs are ready here. Sizes to fit all J.M.BURKE,PRES. KQfTERMINAL BLDG. IOT 1 ? AND 0 · ib the t e a l btartei ol tlie \\in- tei hcasoii. Tic tells us colder \\ eather is eoiuuia, and \\ c H'spoml 1).\ looknii; a l t e r our Cold AVeatbei Suilb and OA ercoats. BE PREPAEED^We b a \ e just roceiA'cd another I n g oi those popular Pinch Back Styles in Suits and Overcoats Priced at $I5,$20,$25 (\rnie in one ol" these d a \ s and get a n i c e A \ a r m Over- oat and that now \Vmter- Wei^ht Suit }ou'\e been thinking about. LUDWI6 FRED HARRY 120 So. 13th. Penn Star Guard i Declared Ineligible. PHlIw VT5HI I'TII \ Oct :0 --"V\ illi im ^f·llle star ,,'uaril on nf- t n n e r s i t v of Pennsilvama football team -was d e c l u e d ineligible \csterdri-v bv the i leultv co-ii- mutee on athletics because be had j pKved three 3^11"= on the Whitman "Pi-· Ie«e teim of V i l l a \V-illi \\asii before coming to Pcnns-vlv xiH Neille w is i legular on list v c i r s Fenns-vh viii team and tnerefore has plaved our ·vears of college football pccoiiling to he r "swnnn who has been plavmg on the i scrubs will take \eilles place in the vais'.tv lineup t For Constipation | ,,,,],} nn ft gentle and produce no ; ·v\hen ^ o u x v a n t a plcisant la\ative or othei unpleasnnt ctfect Obtainable , , v Charnbe.UiV, TxV.s Thev arc every*he.e-^«rt,,emcm IS cts. each, « for 90 cts. CLUETT fEABODY Er CO. I NC-AMKCS odaks! and the Supplies for , them. LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY CO. (Ersn.ia" Kodak Co ) 1217 O St. 8 Buckstaff Auto Co. Automobile Arcade j 1023 N St The physical test irilitiamen are put through by the United Slates, is severe and exactinfi. Many a ir. U- tbman has Ken returned fame, unable to pas« the riC-^ous examinaiion. Ooodl!«l hi* IiiM-ko( Ku.mi. \Vhethcryoa »T-ea m I tiam»n or a "c /', v -T« earner ° TC - tv ~ lta"jt. jouwrelVpfii-fon*. rf ^""lin f^rl successful Tie-- ..« of jv. T vo-k. Csod lita · is bctf »'Ja ncd nJ ir. -.It "cd ly I xe trans- fti-on of PunrL'^od «i ;J «-ci -s-a-l* ywia-e»fll!«el« h»Tiyl,«JJi5o-i. ro-sMn sffcc. -n, tK-y abafe of S.a Don tacrcpt . to ini $t on the *CTI« if Wntt ^ oicc for free books on BJoixj indStan ttaeasa. Address T!!£ S'VSFTSP^aflCCO. 134 Swift Bldf , AtlinU. 6«. tm.^J^^M^i^m^^^J^A^\f^^^^^f

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