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If Someone Dosen't Turn Off the Gas, It's All Off With Mutt and Jeff
SHOHKA FOR ALL-WESTERN
: Ecbraika Leader Looks Like Choice
r- l for Position on Big Team.
most wonderful of players
rills Work Against Mlfnnl il
:: :UUioirl Attracts Marh Attention
j- -1 and Ilia Michigan bowing
- to He Wntcned.
Student at the state university are de
claring that they ha"e on their eleven a
T-Iayer who will make the All-Western
;Iof)t ball team thla (all. Their contention
"aw&ms wall founded, too, for In Captain
Honka, ths man they have ejected, the
SCorohuakers ponaeaa one of the greatest
'tackles aver on the Nebraska eleven, lst
full he waa selected by one Chlcego
ipajier for the tackle position of the all
Ur team. This fall the Cornhuaker
leader la playing the beat game of hla
rweer and seems certain of netting the
xoveted all-western poaltlon.
Captain Bhonka la strong on both the
-ticfenslv and the offensive. He playa at
Itft tackle on the Nobraaka eleven, and
tax not Wt hla match thla fall. In tiie
Minnesota name hla aide of the line held
Btrongly nil the time. He la ao powerful
n't ao aggreslve that few tacklea can
lilt lone with him.
i On the offenalve he ehargea hard and
fete through the opposing line, where he
noes terrific tackling and breaka up playa
In their Inception. In the conteat with
Missouri last Saturday the Cornhuaker
taptaln played an excellent game, and
waa through the defense of the Tigers
all the time. He aided womV-rfully In
getting the man with the ball down the
field. When Owen Frank made hla moat
rpectacular run, he waa aided by the
captain, who ran bealde him and hurried
Very Valuable Player.
When the Cornhuskers needed a few
yard to muke their down, the Nebraska
isptaln m called out of hla poaltlon and
sent charging auulnst the line. The Mia
eourlans alwaya gave way. too, and the
Cornhuakera made their downa. The big
captain run high, and chargea with hla
whole body. He la ao atrong and pow
erful that he almply pushes all out of hla
Uuiause he la ao fust and aggressive,
tho Nebraska leader la a valuable man
h. iun when the cmla are checked
In going down Held to cover punta. The
Nebraska captain rushra througn me ime
and get" down where he la able to
n linn amount of tackling ana pro
vent the return of the punta, when the
tide are kept from dotng their work.
Hla work In the Michigan game ahould
sret attention from the crltlca of the en
.tlra country and may eeeure him a place
on the All-America. He aeema to be en
iitlod to make the All-Western.
I Ticket Scalping
' CHICAGO. Oct. Sl.-The National flaae
Ball commlaelon will meet In Cincinnati
November 14 to begin an Inventlgatlon
Into alleged ticket acalplng In connection
With the world's series. Thla waa an
tiounce(Lluday bj n. V. Johnson, presi
dent of the American league, and mem
ber of the National commission.
President Johnson also announced that
tomorrow he would answer a letter writ
ten him by, I'rteldent llrush of the New
York club, urging Johnson to make use of
Information he hart aald he possessed
about the Irregular sale of tlcketa and
asttlng him to Induce the commission to
make an Investigation.
Mr. Johnson aald that President Urush
Waa the person who should m:ke the In
vestigation, and In hla letter will ask that
nfricliu to invrstlxkte separately from the
oommlaslon and give what Information
be acquires to that organisation.
I.mlm hrkuul Uaa Win.
In a context featured by the remarkable
Ily of Allen Uurner ana inaia ao
tttilsnd of the v.ctors. lite second eleven
. . h j,k. ohru,l rii'f.nlml the Sl't'cllJ
team of the Bacred Heart school Monday
im the grounds of the lurmrr. J. uoiuen,
of the losers, played a goud game. The
llrst eleven of tiie l-ake school wishes to
meet any school teaina avrraKtnir h
IMiunds. Chullrnges will be received by
Hubert Ktrehlow, whose telephone iiUmber
An article that !a reel merit ahould
la time become popular. That such la the
case with Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy
has been attekted by many daalcra. Here
la one of them. H. W. llendrickaun. Ohio
Kails, lnd.. writes, "Chamberlain's Ccuh
lieuiedy la the best for loughs, colds ai d
croup, onJ la my best s-.-l.er." For sale
by all dealers.
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tits cavity. Destroys Lad odor.
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MISS ZIMMERMAN CHAMPION
Successfully Defends Tennis Title
Against Tournament Winner.
MISS FELLERS FIGHTS HARD
Mlaa Klmmrrman Hetalas Till In
Hard Koaaht Battle with Mlaa
Ladle Kellrra IlrlllleM
Playing- la Match, t
Ijiura Zlnimorinan successfully de
fended bar title as the girl's 'singles
champion of the Omaha High school by
defeating Luclle Kellers, winner of the
fall tournament. In a hard fought match
on the courts at Twenty-second and Cap
itol avenue Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Zimmerman won three straight
aeta by the score, -p, 8-, 6-4. Her oppo
nent put up .a game and most clever
fight, however, and showed remarkuhle
flashes of form, especially during the
second set. ' Miss Zimmerman' had a
snappy serve, which completely outwitted
her opponent and forced her at times to
make poor return.
The feature of the match waa Mlas
Zimmerman a agility in covering ground
and her swiftness and snappy playing
saved her many a point and same. Miss
Fellers waa the most brllllunt player of
the two and pulled off several "grand
stand'' plays, which drew considerable
applause from the gallery present. . Both
players remained awuy from the.net and
play most of the time was In the back of
the court. ' Miss Fellera possessed the
greater rnduiance ability of the two nml
did not seem to tire In the least during
the entire match.
liy successfully defending her title
Laura Zimmerman will retain the high
school silver loving cup during the next
year. There has been considerable mis
understanding with regard to thla cup.
Miss Zimmerman lies now won the school
champlotmhlp for a third time but has
won the cup but twice, as It waa not of
fer d as a prise until last year. If she.
aaln successfully defends her title lu
the tournament mxt spring the cup will
become hers ('ermanuntly.
OMAH AHIGHELEVEN TO ,
PLAYS COUNCIL BLUFFS
Omaha High eleven will battle with
Council Uluffa High on November IS. The
newa of thla game has created consider
able surprise, as it was thought that a
game with some distant school would be
arranged for that date.
Omaha did nut play Council Bluffs last
year, but previous to that time the Coun
cil Bluffs team hss ulways battled with
the Omaha lads and put up a game fight
Since 1W7 Council Bluffs has scored uihio
Omaha but once, that blng In U, when
Omaha defeated them by the score cf It
to 6. In Om.ilm's lait game ulth Council
Bluffs the purple and white wo'i an easy
victory to the tur.e of 2 to k
Following ore the aoorea of foot hall
games between the two schools since 1.'7;
p.7 Omaha, 12: Council Uluffa. 0.
IMoe O'liaha. 14: Council I luffs, (.
1 Omaha, &; Council fluffs, tt.
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THE r.KE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER J. 111.
How Addie Works Up His Punch
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Lightweight Champion Ad Wolgast In
training stunts and Matt Wells of Eng
land, whom he will meet for the title In
New York on November S. On the left
Is shown Wolgast In his own peculiar of
fensive attitude, which has proved a
pusxle his opponents were unable to
fathom. In the center, above, la ahown
Nebraska Central '
College Heard From
CENTRAL CITY. Neb., Oct. Sl.-tSpe-
clal.) Nebraska Central college Is coming
once more to hold the high position lu
the athletlo circles of the state that It
occupied a few years ago when ita fac
ulty decided upon the discontinuance of
the foot ball team, which waa followed
by a general loss of Interest In aH forms
of athltlcs at the college. At that time
the college possessed a foot ball team
which ranked among the best In the state.
Its basket ball team was'o? championship
caliber, and on the track it came within
a few polnta of winning the Intercollegi
ate championship, and some of Ita men
set state records in the field events.
When foot- ball was abolished the other
branchea of sport were neglected. Now
Nebraska Central Is back on the grid
iron with a foot ball team which prom
ises to redeem the reputation of the col
lege In athletics, and unusual Interest is
being taken In other branchea of sport.
The fool ball schedule from now until
the close of the season Is- an exception
ally strong one. Next Saturday they will
play the Uiand Island Kualuesa cellege:
Saturday, November 11, they will meet
the lirand Island Young Men's Christian
atooclatlon team; the following Saturday,
the strong Kearney Normal team, and the
season will culminate with a champion
ship contest with the Urand Island team
on Thanksgiving day. All of these games
will be played on the local field in the
Oruisby paaiure Just northwest of the
'!'!? local college lads have no veterans
lu their lineup, as loot ball waa resumed
only last year, but they are Improving
with evtry game. They were being
coached by Prof, lisseck Perry, one of
the instructors in the college and a former
star In Whtltier college in California, an
are showing remarkable Improvement
with each game. They expect especially
I hard gamea with the Urand Island Youn
! Men a Christian aoctatlon team, which
I has several former college stars in Its
' lineup, and with the Grand Island liap
! tlsta. The Hapttsta won on their own
field at Urand Island last Saturday by
a score of 2S to 0, but It was the local's
second game of the season and all of the
touchdowns except one were acored In the
flrat half, and the Quaker lads really
outpleed their Haptlat rivals In the sec
ond half. The Grand Island Ituslness rol
lege and the Kearney Normal also kave
: W " a' --T1
Wolgast doing a training; stunt on his
farm near Cadillac, Mich. Below the
champion In demonstrating his condition
to his manager, Tom Jones, by tossing
his trunk at the station before starting
east to prepare for the Welle battle. On
tho right la Matt Wells, champion light
weight of. England, about to deliver a
right to the body.
this year and wlir put up
Athletics Off for Cuba.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. Sl.-Klaht mem
bers of the Philadelphia league club left
here today for Cuba, where they will play
twelve gamua wltu Cuban teams.
Bishop Tihen Speaks
at Auburn Meeting
AUBURN, Neb., Oct. Sl.-(8peclal.)-Bishop
Tlhrn Sunday made his flrat visit
to the local church since his elevation
to the bishopric, and the enthuglaatlo
manner of his reception uvldenced the
universal good will had for him In
protustant as well as Catholio circles.
He has been a visitor In Auburn before
as a priest and as a speaker on the local
Chautauqua platform. The day began
with the celebration of early morning
mass and high mass at 10:90 o'clock, fol
lowed by confirmation and a sermon by
the bishop. In the afternoon a reception
wsa tendered him In St. Joseph's paro
chial school, at which addressee of wel
come were delivered, one by Mayor
rraser on behalf of the city and on
by Edgar Ferneau on behalf of the cltl-
sens of Nemaha eounty. To these the
t)i;'-- -etsponded In his most gracious
manner. In the evening he delivered to
a large audience hla famous lecture on
raarral of William Car.
FREMONT, Nub., Oct. SI. (Special.)
The funeral of William Case, a well
known farmer living eight miles south
of Fremont, waa held at hla home thla
afternoon and the body taken to Cedar
I.luffs for burial. The services were
under the charge of the Masonic lodge.
Mr. Caae waa 2 years of age and a
native of New York. He had been a
resident of Saundera county for thirty
two years. He leaves a widow and three
Wrddlaa at Falls City Friday.
FALLS CITY. Neb.. Oct. l.(Speclal.)
Mr. and Mrs. Victor O. L ford have is
sued Invitations for the marrtag of their
daughter, M'sa Urace Lyford, to Fred
Urahatn Friday eveulngT November S.
Both the young people are graduatea of
the Fa' Is City High school and of the
braaka university. Miss Ly ford's father
Is a prominent merchant In Falls City
and a regent of the Nebraaka university.
She but recently returned from Porto
where she liad been employed by
the government ap a , teacher.
Graham Is In the lumber business.
Many nalldtna-a Condemned.
FREMONT, Web., Oct. SI. (Special.)
Fire Inspectors Randall and Buck' gave
hearing at the city . hall, yesterday to
the owners of, old buildings In the busi
ness part of the city recently condemned.
Most, of the property owners withdrew
their objections, and a formal order was
made that the old buildings must come
dowi by April .1. . ,
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ALUMNI SENDING MONEY
Former Nebraska Students Back of
Foot Ball Team.
CONTRIBUTIONS ARE COMING IN
Iteqaeat Made that Contributions
Be Heat In Before Thursday to
Fssd to "end Uinit to
'Boya, here Is SS for your fund. Tou
are doing something that the aiumni
should have done long ago showing that
the graduates thing of their alma mater.
Your auocesa In thla will demonstrate
that the Omaha and Nebraaka alumni
are awakening. If you need any more,
Just make the fact known through the
paper and I will send In another sum."
Thla note accompanied the contribution
from one of the Nebraaka good fellows
to Amos Thomas, secretary of the Ne
braaka alumni association yesterday. It
waa a donation to the fund for sending
the Nebraaka cadet band to Lincoln
Saturday to help the Cornhunkera win
their Missouri Valley championship
game with the powerful Ames Aggies.
The university athletlo board at Lincoln
la in debt, and the band must be sent,
so the Omaha and Nebraska alumni are
raising S300 to defray its expenses.
The effort to raise the money were
started yesterday and were marked by
considerable auccesa, more than 150 be
ing collected. Late last night Mr.
Thomas, who Is located' in auite 637,
Omaha National Bank building, received
two letters from alumni living out In
the state. Both aald they hoped the
campaign would be a success T
Omaha and other Nebraska alumni are
urged to aend their contributions to Mr.
Thomas before Thursday night, as the
band must be notified ao It can get
ready tor the trip. No sum is too small
and none too large for the fund.
Graduates' Of the university are urged
THE DEER WITH A
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Handsomer and more useful than ever
The Bee Buildin
On account of changes perfecting tho entrance,
the elevators, tho lighting and interior tlecora-.
. tions. The outward appearance could not be
; improved, but tho location is growing better
and better every day. Think of the advantages
of having an office in a building that is known,
where your clients can easily find you, and
every convenience is at your service, then ask
us to show you the available space. You may
find just the kind of quarters you have been
Light, janitor service, heat and water are all included
in the rental price of the office.
Boom Directly opposite the new Court House farlns Farnam St.
Our front offices are much in doniantl on atvouiit of the prominent
location. This room Is UHxlv, Het in aize. and is sub'ttvhiul
with frame and glass partition, giving two offices In one. Kental
price, per mcnih siiu.oo
ooat 330 Is a choice corner office having a north and treat exposure,
making tills auce attractive at oi:y season of the year, or. account
of good light and entilailun. We will urrange tins space, lbxnO,
suitable lor tti.ant. and tnere being a vault lu the room, ll affjrJi
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Jteuu per mouth $40.00
Bocm S40 Is a sn.sll well arranged room facing 17th street, having
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lie ut. per month f 16.00
ftVoom Has a south and west exposure a hlch makes a well lighted
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all conveniences furnished by The ' Lies iiuildliig. i'rice ier
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Booss S44 Faces the east and la so arranged that by putting In a parti
tion, two desirablj rooms could be made. There are ill square feet
Rent, per uiuLth $20.00
THE BEE BUILDING CO.
Bee Business Office. 17th and Farnam Sts.
By "Bud" Fisher
to send money today. An accounting ol
all money collected will be made to tin
Omaha alumni association by Mr
t - onntry Hoys Ilasy.
Tlio hlch cchool cross country sfiunt
held ' Its first run Tuesday afternoon
starting from the hlsh school and zlc
7BL't!iivn acr ss streets to tho noulevart
west of CrelKhton university, cnntlnulnl
up the boulevard to Farnam street, thci
down Karnmii und back to too school. Tin
distance covered In the run was about
two miles and ten lads stuck It out t
tho end, hitting up a fust gait along tht
boulevard and attain comma down t ar
Will Select Manaarer.
CINCINNATI, Oct.' SI President An
pust Herrmann of the Cincinnati National
leagtin base ball club, said today that tht
directors of the club would soon hold f
meeting toselect a manager for nexl
season to succeed Clerk Uriffl.h, who Is
to manage the Washington tram of tin
MAX BAEHR STARTS HOME
FOR HIS ANNUAL VACATION
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 31 (Specla,
telegram.) Max J. Baehr, United States
consul nt Clenfuegas, Cuba, arrived In
Washington this morning and left tonight
for his home In St. Paul, Neb., where
he will spend the next two months, re
turning to his post January first. "Mr.
Baehr has a most enviable record in the
state department. He has seen many
changes In the Pearl of the Antilles ano
has been retained at his post while
othors have come and gone. He re
gards Cuba as holding out more induce
ments than any country with the same
number of square miles on footstool.
Boone Man Kndn Life.
BOONE, la., Oct. SI. (Special Tele
gram.) W. A. Carson, a Boone con
tractor, shot and killed himself at Glad
brook yetserday. Ills body was found
late In the afternoon at the edge of th
town. Temporary Insanity and domestic
troubles were the cause. While here- Mi
family was a leader In younger society.
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