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THR OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVKMUKIt 10. l!n.
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WESTERN LEAGUE MEN MEET
Pa Bourke Goes to Chicajo tD
Attend the Meeting:.
THEN G0E3 TO SAN ANTONIO
afeetlna; of the National Aaaocln
tlon of Has Hall l.rara (
Be Ilrld at lb Tnai
r Rourke, Jirr!(!rrit of 111 Omaha
knsa bnfl club, left Wnlnrailar ti's'it for
Chlrajco, rhre h will attond the mft
dn( cf the Wcitrrn league team ownara
and managfrt, which wai caltrd by Pre
;ldnt Norrla O'Neill for Saturday, No-
member 11. From Chicago the Omajia
'Snacnate will leave for Ft. Ixu!, wher
he will join the baae -ball men who will
'leave on tpeclal train for San Antonio,
Tel., to attend the mvetlnc of the Na
ttonal Association cf rrofstslonal !:
! The rirular mgun bUHlntm will be
gone O'.'rr In CUIroso nnd mattara relative
ito the 1912 Wedern Insgue aeaaun, taken
jtip. The cpcclal train bound fur Ban
'Antnilo will leave St. Louis on the tven
,lnf of November 12. The epeclal will
top at Uttle nock. Ark., the nestt morn.
int t :30. A Visit with Judge XV. M.
'Xavanaugh, president of the Southern
ileaKue, and an auto trip about the olty
'will occupy the time until 1:M, when thi
train will again go on He way.
The next atop wilt be at Austin Tex.,
(November 14, where a visit will be made
to Vrealdent W. P. Allen of the Tesaa
Qeajrua. A brajss band will meet the base
ball men and accompany them to the
capltol, where the delce-ata will meet
Governor Colquitt. A barbecue and an
auto .trip will close the stay In Austin.
At o'clock the tralnNvlll arrive at Its
destination. The convention will open
,the next momlns; at o'clock and will
last for three flays. T. .s
Stars of the Princejton-Harvard Game in Action Last Saturday-
The boy's appetite la often the source of
ainaiement. If yen would have such an
appetite take C"tniberlaln'a Tablet. They
hot only reaffl Ts'TSfaJlliV" appetite, but
etrenffthen the stomach and enable it to
do Ita work naturally. Vor sale by all
lefty Davis Will -Manage
YORK, Neb., Nov. I. Spolal.)-I,efty
lavls. who managed the ball (team of
this city the Utter rart of thl eeaeon,
baa signed to take the management of
the team for the year illi. lfty made;
oif from the day he took the manage-'
merit last summer and the officers be.
Here they have one of the best all around ;
'Ms ball man in this part of the state.
St,le Me. 193
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vt'" Russia calf.
JS Made of leather or-
dinarily used in Sum-
mcr shoes, but has a
Snappy .style effect
heightened by e
brand new idea in
Just the shoe for the
dressy young man.
Same old Crossett
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A vivid action picture of .the Princeton-Harvard . gai'ue.
oorod a touchdown, la on the ground In front of Wendoll.
rjum xmn. i nntqon capiaui. breaKa up a line plunge by Wendell, the
Hart, the big fellow to the rear, grips Wendell by the shoulders. .
human bullet." Sam Whli; PBineeton's. UfU end.u-wko taur
WILL PROBE TICKET SCALPING
Bate Sail Commission Obtains Evi
dence Begirding Charge.
METHOD OF SALE 13 CHANGED
Meet In W411 lie Held by Commis
sion in December, at Which lie
salt ef InveetlKatlou 'Will
n Am no siretl.
CINCINNATI, Nov. .-That the Na
tional bane ball commission has obtained
evldcr.re regarding the charge that ticket
scalping was prevalent during the recent
world's base ball series In New Tcrk and
Philadelphia was Indicated today when
the committee definitely decided to pur
sue an Investigation.
A meeting wl'.l be held by the commis
sion la .New York ea Pmember U. at
which the result of the Investigation will
Not a aemblaae of a elue as tn. the
l!n-e atohg which tha Investigation Is te
be conducted, or what evidence waa dis
played before tha meeting today was
Tha eomm!aMon decided by a unanimous
vote thut la the futu the sale of ticket)
for world's aetlna games shall bo eon
ducted by business representatives ef the
commission, under the direct supervision
of lis members.
If the Investigation bow under progress
develxre proof that warrants such action
the ootumlsslo will, til a finding, fig the
rciporaiDiuty vntauiieas uC whether a
club or any vt Its eniployes be affected.
If, on the (tlier.hand, no substauUal tes
timony Is tiudue.d that otlher a club or
any of lis officials or cmplnyrs are at
fault, the commission will go on record
as exonerating them, '
The rouuit.Mlun was In eesilon for five
hours and the major part of this time
aaa devoted lo the ticket scalping o.'ies
Meters. Kdward. Parrowa of Toronto
and President Stein of the Jluffala club,
representl'iff the Kastcfn league, ap
peared l!ore tho commission and pre.
sented requests that the Uaotern league
be elartrd to a higher clafnlflcatlon;
that the limit of drafted and purchased
pluyc-s by the ma) r leagues be lowered
aud thut tha diaft price lio lucreaaed.
The national cunimtaMon looked with
favor uihiii the re-juent sn.1 Instructed
tho Kostern leatrue rrpreseiitailvea to
lake the metier up with the National
a m t ' ..I
9i $6 every W LW I
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DATES SET- FOR AUTO J SHO Y
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Will Be Held at tho Auditorium
February 19 to 24.
BIO ANNEX , IS. TO BE BUILT
tsge Is De Vsed for Accessories
Motorcades Are Not in Ue
fehovru tleraaeo of Lack of
Iloom lu the llnildlug.
The annual Omaha automobile show
will be held In the Auditorium and the
datea will be February 1 to U, Inclusive.
Thla was dccldod by the board of direc
tors of the Omaha Automobile associa
tion at a nieetliuf WeUnusduy night.
It l bellvved that by building a tem
porary annex for commercial cars on
the vacant lot aouth of the Auditorium,
that building will be big enough' to give
all the exhibitors all the space they
want. The annex la not a sure thing yet,
but the directors will at once got esti
mates on the cost of construction and
endoavor soon to decide positively.
A letter arrangement of spuce than
that of last year has been figured out,
so that the main building alone will ac
commodate . a greater number of cars
than a year ago. The stage will be de
voted to supplies and eccesaoi'lea.
Had It been decided to hold the show
at the Ak-3ur-Ben den, there would
haye beeu space enough for a motor
cycle how in connection. The motor
cycle dealers will be shut out at the
Cornell Evolves New
Style of Play for
Game With Ames
MT. VERNON. Iu.. Nov. 9.-(Hpecla!.)-Coach
ringer,. In preparation for the
Ames game, Saturday, has niaile several
changes In tha l.ne of defense. The
tactics which ha will employ will be some
what different In thai they will more
nearly s rit the Ames style of play.
Klnger has given the team a bunch of
new pluya which he expects to use In
Kstmday's game. It la expected that
there will not be a gieat deal of open
Two acts of barks are being worked
out for the Cyclones; Kramin. Ba:e. i.
West, and U. West to compose one set.
ar.d t'aJrd, Lott. Giuwell ,and Craft, the
BM' I'lmlnr and report buck 10 the com- I u-her et. I. West, who has been work
mission a! It meeting In New York ui full) SA'k during the tlrst of the
tho game at .ackles. Cajtaln Winteell
at his guard end either Ucnlo or Qru
well at tho other, with Keclor and i'lngar
at center will constitute the ret of tue
Quarterback West Is slated to do the
punting against Ames.
AMES, la., ' Nov. .-(Siecll.)-All of
Ames' players who fought against Ne
braska Saturday were' out for practloo
with the exception of Rurge. The bljj
fUUback Is still sore and bru'.sed , from
the game and It will be several' days
before he Is out for practice. Practice
waa light and will probably continue so
for the remainder of the week. In case
Chnppcll absents himself this week on
the Ag;les' stock judging Uam, La t ti
mer will take his place at end and Mc
Dormld will fco Into Ijutlmer's poKltton.
Ames fears Cornell and dopesters are
dubious over the outcome.
Player Williams, over whm the elnc
ramintJ club and the lloatjii Amerlcun
league club are In a controversy, was
declared a frea agent.
Player Kverelt. drafted by Pittsburgh
from the Charleston. W. Va., club, was
awarded bsuk ralsry from Charleston
out 'f the drafting price, and the com
mission announced that In future cases
where a club cannot meet Its obligations
in reaid to salary to Ita players that
It shall not be reinstated Into organlsej
be ball until the obligations ere made
The claim for salary of Player Crlsa
usutnt tlie I.oulfi Hie, Ky., club was disallowed.
The key to success In business Is the
Judicious and persistent use vf newspaper
aaon. wlil piolably bo shifted to a ha:;
piling Hk,e tn the fullback Job. 8aKe
and Uruwcll woikvd at fultack during
.lis Normal tamo while Wet was on
the sldeMres with a bad shoulder. vuur
lerbuck caft. who started, last Saturday,
ugulnst tho Normal In the drop klck.ng
stunt, pu.t.ng thite between the goal
loais. sustulned Injurlts In the flisl of
the second half, through a collision with
tho goal post, whkh Will not permit him
to bo In the best of condition. Left eni,
Csrhurt also bus a bad shoulder. Other
than the, three men, the purple and
while eleven U in the best of condition.
The strength of the Cornell line was
demonstrated last Baturday In th first
half of the game when the varsity line
was In the gajne. During thla time the
Normal waa able to get through and
make their downs but one time. Uusen
bark and Archer will undoubtedly start
Omaha Uni Beady ;
for the Game With
Peru Here Friday
Tleallslng that they will meet a foe
worthy of the best that they can give
the foot ball team at the University of
Omaha la working diligently to be ready
for the gunv-dwlth Peru Friday. The
Omaha lads aMln much etter condition
now than' at "any time this season and
are (joins into . the una with the de
termination to win or hold the teachers
to a tie sVorn. All of the regulitrs will
be In the game us John Selby and rltreli
low, who were out tho first part of the
week appeared on the field Wednesday.
Peru bun a much alronger team this year
tlum lust n ml up to date, has won most
of Its liaincs. Tate Mutters etc Corn
husker Htnr has been assisting Coach
Maxwell, and has greatly Improved the
piny of the linemen.
Much enthiiHlaHiu Is being shown by
both schools, the Peru peoplo Wcauxe of
the meeting ofteli siate. teachers' aso
clatlon exiect about .TOJ atudrnla and
aiunuil to he out and root for them.
At the local university u mass meeting
wus lulU Thursday at chapel when each
member of tha team, the touch, anl
ieprencntmlea of the faculty end etudent
litdy mads short ieeche8. Yeha and
tonus war also practiced. Another rally
will be held 1'rlday noon, when the
students whl eat lunch at the school and
go to the game In a body. The game
will be pluyed at Creiliton field.
't he piobabis line-up will he:
;l,a. position. Peru.
R,1 it. K Slaver.
Ptieh.ow K. O Nlppert.
t raneen C Chrlstenson.
""'n L. Q
cemy L. T Vtlcnoa u.
Psieons 1 J' H-k.
''Sii W H.nfi.
' e.uy It. II Itom.on.
1' L. II ktyr.
bulomon k- Juu-s.
a- Hotcrce, McKay, ex l euosyi-
eaiua; umpire, N.cktmou, o.v-Coe; field
Judge. Andrus, o. II. p.j head lineman,
liathmaii, O. II. 8.
Price Fixed Upon
Des Moines Club
HKfl MOINES, Nov. .-N. L. O Nell,
pris dent of the Western league, arrived
in Ds Moines today from Chicago for
tha announced purpura of d spjilng of
the local franchise, the ownership of
which Is disputed between Utuuc!f and
Charles ComUkey of In Chicago-; Ameri
O'Nell held 'a long consultation wltl
Secretary llalph Bolton of tho Greater
Oes M'olnes committee Jn which ho said
the club must bo sold Immediately.
Tho price fixed Is JM.OJO, a 10 per cent
advance over that which Higglna dis
posed of his holdings. The league execu
tlvo announces that the purchaser must
make good the'loeseg sustained ' by the
club following the sale tnlte thl summer.
With the Bowlers
Drelhus Candy Co. took three straight
from the Permits in Commercial league
Cuhrnn had high game, Hi.'., and high to
tal ot 6w. J. iUwIey hln game of lsl
Thursday league games postponed on
account of Commercial league smoker
Twenty-second and CdmiriniKS streets.
All Coinmerclalf league bowlers Invited,
bcore; 1 ,
' ROGKH'8 PRRMIT8.
Rice 33 I5d 158 ' 457
launders lot 111 1B7 ' 4i0
Uoherty Hi? a) 161 467
J. hknley i M im io4 427
Hondo ltfJ 11K 1U 4V6
Totals 79B 761 711
DRE1BU8 CANDY CO.
Morton M . ISO 397
buymah if iat yn
Stapenhorst 17 1S 1J5
O. Johnson 2H ls.5 M
Cohran 2S 174 171
Totals W4 831 KO 2.5J3
In the Metropolitan league the Manev s
Punklsi won llireo straight from the
eipecliili. Ortman had high total with
47i and also high single with 17$. He waa
haru pret-ned lor hlxh totals by tlrlfflih
who was one pin behind with 4io. Tonight
i he Derby Woolen Mills against Drum
Mere. MANET'S PUNKIST.
Ortman 17s OA in 477
Oo!an ,...! 11) 155 f'ig
anrutit ................ .ici... u7 . ics . .479
Totals ....VM ' 4."0 m jOl
. ' , BPECIALS.
RepeRlcr 151 ill 97 Sin
Cotiry tw l?f in s:ei
Straw 164 )2j .7 m
Totula IB 3C7 IWI tm
To Die on the Scaffold
1 painless, compared with the weak,
lame back kidney trouble causes. Kleo
trio Bitters Is the remedy. EOc. For sale
by Beaten Drug Co. ,
Perelstent Advertl!ng Is- the Road to
BELLEVUE COLLEGE NOTES
Alansl Who Are Tearhlna la Mate
Will llave RcaalOH in Omaha
The Bellerue College Bulletin and the
Advocate ore being' mailed out from the
college office. The Bulletin contains the
report vf the president and trustees to
the synod of Nebraska. The report
hows an encouraging year's work, both
educationally and financially. On hear-.
Ing the report the synod passed tho fol
lowing resolution of approval: "Re- ,
solved. That the synod express Its pleas
ure at having heard President Stookry
of Bel'.evue college, its gratitude at the
splendid showing made In the collegiat
year and commend tho institution to
those seekins a Christian education un
der efficient leadersmp."
Miss Kayssr, acting professor of Ger
man, gave a reception to the women ol
the faculty Saturday afternoon. Miss
Adcit, doan of women, entertained In
honor of her sister, Mrs. Rush of Bt.
Joseph, Mo., Saturday evening, In the
parlors of Fontenelie hall. - -a young
women of the hall assisted In the en-,
tertoinment very delightfully.
Mrs. Dr. W. H. v-.obs of Omaha haa
been visiting friends at the college and In
Alumni of the college who are teaching
in the state will hold their annual re
union and banquet In the university club
rooms, In the Barker block, Thursday, '
November 9, at 6:30 p. m. On that date
the local alumni will loin tha teachers
and will take the occasion for farming
a local chapter of the Bellevue Alumn
association. President Btooltey has beeu
asked to discuss toe subject of pre- '
medical - and pre-engineerlng college
courses at the president's section of the
State Teacher' association.
Prof. Oacar Schmledel 1b on the pro-,
gram of tha mathematics section of the
fitute Teachers' association.
.Miss Malsey, a. returned missionary, .
who has, been recuperating Jn Betlevus
for some weeks, will soon leave' for
Florida, where she wilt spend the "win
ter; ;. ,.,.. ... .
The East End Improvement club' nit
organisation of voters of the eastern part
of Sarpy county for, the promotion, of
the Interests of the section which they
represent, was held In Bellevue Saturday
:s tho Road to
Cotton Dividend Passed.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. Directors of the
American Cotton Oil company today
passed the semi-annual dividend of 2V4
per cent on the common stock. The
regular semi-annual dividend of 4 per
cent on the preferred stock was declared.
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