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On the Square, Isn't Mutt the Laziest Thing You Ever Saw?
I HOU6H To Kr
BUSKERS EXPECT BATTLE
leave for ' Livrence with Cheeri
Urging Them On. - 4
CHANCELLOR SPEAKS AT RALLY
Plead rrttliVturteata to Hair f
ltm MtHitlnar. ot llor "fcotit
Hall, Hall," wllk Trlm-
I.I.VCOIA. Ne. Nov. 18. -(Special Tfl
i(im. ()n the rv pf llilr loiarturn for
the land of tha Jay'iawken, whrro Kan-
anil Nbra.fka met Batunlay In tha
crurlat battle lo drlprnilna the chain
plonahlp tf (ha Mliwourl valley, Ftirhm'a
arrlor Indulsrd In only a lUht pitc
tic followed by a atudy vf lha Juyhawltar
(! of attack at exemplified by tha
Ii rati mm elrvcn.
hliahm did not tare to tike any
hancra of Injury to any of tiln men alul
o rcfrainrd from furtlirr norlmniaga
work. The 'IkhbI rartlca under tha
atimnlant of braclnt foot ball weather
n uplrltrd, t lie varsity running throiiKh
tta formatjona tmoothly and with letity
of "pep." Tlio rult of Iho aatixractory
!ork ahowad plainly in Htlrhmn'a Hmlln,
il The freahmen eleven hua been carefully
'coached In tha favorlta JayliHWkcr forma
'ttona and Ktlrhm aent hla rcitiilara agalimt
tlta flrat rar men, doing Away with ta' k
! "Ilehm Vot Talklna.
Dtplt tha feeling that Kanaaa la rep.
,reaented by a weaker team than ordl-
marlly tbla year and that Nbtaka aliould
;wla by ii fotmldabla acore, thera la con.
alderabla uneaalncaa n tha Cornliunker
jcamp, and tlohm waa not over cnllnig;.
itla In hie prophecy conrrrnliig tha
fanie. Jle expects a hard buttlo with
jlha Jayhawkera and bnlltvca that tha
'1'ornliunkcrs will tie puxhed to their ut-
iiiost to win. He bellovea thnt the Jay.
(lliawkera ivo bwn waiting for tha Coin.
, huckera and ItaV warned Iho aiiuad that
iilhe game Haturday will be the liurdeet
'i the Mleaourl all-y achedule,
lea m tilven Seaidoff.
j With acveral hundred etudrrita particl
: atlng tlio CornhUKkcra were given a
! loyal aendufff tonight when Iho nua4
left over the MUtnouti I'aoiflc at 10 o'clock
for tha (Sunflower Mate. The Innocenta
were la charge of the parade and pro-
vidd tha un lergraduatea with toichaa at
;m email exvonno. f
t' The unlveralty band headed the parade
, and then , following cumo the foot ball
'men In ft baadwagon. The undeigiud
j uale bodHvpmrehlng In aijuare IwTniatlort,
I brought up tho rear. The atuUwma gave
: tholr collcgu -ytilla, aang tlio fuot ball
; aonga and then Indulged In the nefarloua
' college tune, ."Hall, tlall." Ueaplte ' thv
j pit)tet of the uiilveritlty authorltlea.
' At the depot the foot bull men were
called for and reaponded briefly, (.'aptalu
hhotik ,bklni itcvoidd a moat tnlliuai
Vaat Cnaalaaa Victory,
W want a iirlui, fsuaaleaa vie-
. tory," doelared t'hancellor Avery at the
rally thU morning. 11a appealed to the
atudenta fur clean rooting aa well aa
, clean) playing, and waa given a hearty
welcome. FreJ Hunter and Coach ftlehm
. uIbo apoke at the rally. There la a
atrong probability that the excuralon
pvrr the I'nlon t'aoltio will have to be
Abandoned wlng to tho failure of the
' university atudt-ntM to respond. Th com
pany demunded a guurutitce of arvrnty
live ticket to furnish the ,peclul trMln.
and lata tuulKht it hardly looked as If
thut number could be eeeurcd.
riayrra la I'arlV.
The aame plu.rr!i were taken to Kan
u aa were Imhideit In the aqoad at
Amen. The- party leaving tonight In
cluded Ccucti ' Mlehm, Martugxr Kuger,
Captalu 'hlunk. i;illoll, J-earaon, iSwmi
aoli, llariniui. fhauner, lifgren.i War
, ner. O. Krank. K. Kriuik, I'urdy, tlibaon,
J'ottcr, !. Aiid'ron, llornberger,
I'reltag. Mqlligapi. Anditwx. Anderkin.
Klwrll and Hnll.
The threatened shake In the Nebiavka
lineup came and Klllott will be alufted
lo center, I'eorvon uiid Hwnon will
piny guvda and J'urdy and O Trunk
halfn, at lrt for the flrat part of the
puinc.'wltli" Olbaoii at full and K. Krank
held In rtairve.
BIG CRIDIRON BATTLES
TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY
The two big gameH on lh caatern
gridiron Saturday will be the Vale-j
' I'rmcetoii cIuhIi at New Haven and the'
. battle Ijctween llarvaid Hiid Hartmuui't
: ut t'ambildge.
1 Tho-Yale-f ilnceton game bra lieen an
, annual one fur tho last thtrty-flve yi-ara.
Mi-.ce IMS tha Tlgura have won but one
tame, that In 1JJ by the acore of II to
a. In the IrhI decade Yale ha acored a
total of 110 point ugilanst IV inado by
tb orange and black.
i I at ear the Yale-Princeton Kama
M the big aui-prlee of the aeaion iand
( waa exceedingly iloro. On a f irwii'd
puna worked by H iw to Kilpalrtek Tale
kord Its only touchdown, lu tha mean-
ne holding the Tiger t a single field
K o.l.' and tha game ended 6 to I In the
The Harvard-l'artinouth game haa
generally resulted In a victory for the
crimson,- and the Ilaoover lada hnve won
but two gumea out of the lust ten
played, blue Harvard baa rcored
ivl iHJint agtilnat S made by the Durt
key U ti 8 tuatlwu-l.e Waal AwU
i i r vrpu. -.-. i i i 'z it i. i i - - m i i mm la - aa v i i - a w - r i i j a m. n
LslMVxl';l;iir'il!i,i';''. itokxl amir rasWn !r ifmsMSi J In , . .jfcatu, ,. Ill . Avmi ' ' ... I v
I '..'". I I I I eewnanr"!
Stars of Gornhusker Team
f --A,., ii ; ?)
Klllott baa been ahlfted lo center to
Mart the. 'game with Kan4, and 'Owen
Hastings Will Play .
LINCOLN. Nov. 18.-(8peolal-Tlie
game between Hastings college and Wes
leyan university, whlcft will daelda the
championship of the Nebraska State Col
legiate league, will be played at Univer
sity J'lace tomorrow dosptte stories which
have been vent out to the opposite effect.
Much la tho word that comes from Coach
Kline of the Mothodista. "The westerners
have made no cancellation of the con
test," said ho today, "and will certainly
not do so at thia late hour,"
Objection waa niado to the first selec
tion of official. -according' to the Wes
leyan authorities, and Ulier names were
later submitted to them. The final Uueup
of officials 'will be: Kefereo, Secretary
Maxwell of the Omeh a Young Men's
Chrtsfla association; umpire, Fred
Hunter of the State Agricultural school,
and field Judge. W. A. Luke of the local
Young Men a Christian association.
The gaino'ls expected to be close, and
according to comparative scores, the
Adams county collegians should win,
Hastings won over the doughty Doane
bunch by 10 to 0, while the Methodist
were able to win by a slnglu touchdown.
The Hastings team also outxeuard the
Wesleyan team In tho llruiid lslnnj
game. Cuuch Kline of the Coyotes, how.
ever, Is confident that his train will be
able io vunuulxh the visitors and has been
putting Ills puplla through a seviVo gruel
ing this week In preparation for the
VVith Maroon Work
CIIICAtiO, Nov. lii. "Nothing Hhort of
a miracle ran inuks Chicago win over
Cornell Saturday," aald Coach Mtakg of
tho I'nlverslty of Chlago as he kiii
veyed the Maroon scrimmage un Mar-
rhall field tid.iy. 'The wor kls the
woikI I havo seen In fifteen years."
la spite of this gloomy forecast on the
part of the head coach, Chicago la work
ing as bard aa ever In preparation for
t lie game and the players have plenty of
courage and optimism. Tho lust word
fiom Cornell was that the ltha-ana will
nut relax their populations on account
of any peilmlMlo piedtclbna emanating
tioiu tho l'nlvrlty of Chicago.
Nuigrcn Is likely lo be out of Futiu
day's game, according to the ltel
pridlctlcnu. Keiuietly probubly will le-
place hlui. ttiTuby Is scheduled to play
right guard III place of Canning in oidi ,
tn offer better oppofcltlon tj O Itourke o.
Cornell, who welgba 1K pounds.
Tha Msroln today went through a
lung siege of sa-rlmniuge. letagg working
U,n at breaking througlt the
and tackling." In the latter department
he aald he i(ien showed well, though hi
Is far from taMcfied with the Inlet foi.
Maiiager U. K. Kent of Cornell Is In
C'blikgo and has made his final arrange
ments (or lite game. The Cornell ttin
I duo here tomorrow morning. I
'slT. IXU18. Nov. The Washington
omerily fuot ball playeis got their last
workout this afternoon. Tney will de.
part tomtiirow for je Moines, where
lliey will meet lrukc fatuiday. Coach
Cuyeu put ttiw wiuad thriimii aiilmmages
arid piaitue elaiiais. NlpiM-r. bullUack.
becuuiHi of ra rul ln)ui'Ua Uiu but enter
Into lUa scriniuiagEa.
rill-: HKK: OMAHA. I 'HI DAY; XOVKMBKU
Krapk will pluy a hulf.
Rourke Secures Two
Pitchers of Millers
MINNKAI'OLIH, Nov. l'i. Pitchers
Cavet un4 Ixiudell of the Minneapolis
American association teeirt have been
old to the Omaha team of the Western
league. The purchase price Is not stuted.
Hick kereads an Halle vae.
As a preliminary to tha Umulia-Counoll
Itluffs game Saturday afternoon at
Rourke park, the second Omaha High
eleven will clash Willi the licllevue
academy team. This will be the first
time the two elevens have ever met and
a good game is expected.
Mra. Mortfci I.. Sataerlaad.
IlL'KON, H. U.. Nov. 12. rt pedal.) Mrs.
Martha I Sutherland, a resident pf this
city for tha last twenty-five years, died
yesterday, aged tl years, Mrs. Suther
land was a graduate of Mount Holyoke
college, and during the civil war was a
telegraph operator In fct. 1auI. In that
capacity ah had many Interesting- ex
perience, and on several occasions was
able to give to tho government valuable
assistance In connection with army mat
ters. For a number of years after the
war she resided in Chicago, where she
accumulated considerable property, all of
which wa tost In the fire that destroyed
that city. Kxcept a gramlaon In Chicago
Mra. Huthrrltind ho far us known ha no
near relatives living.
NKHKASKA CITY, Neb., Nov. li.-lpe.
claU-Hert O llara, aged Z). died at his
home In this city yesteiday af.er a brief
llluaii, front liiight's disease- He was
born In Iowa and vame to this city u
number of years ago. He waa clerk at
the KronC er hotel and waa landlord of
a hotel at Verdun for some time. At tho
tlmo of hit death he was In the employ
of the U.irlliiig llrocery company. Klve
years ag i he was murrled to Mis
Praucis of this city and since that time
four ihlMr'.i wore borti to them, u 11 of
whom, with hi whlow, survive him. Ills
ft..,, u I mnm i.aI.I HiIm 11 fl f.rnfknil. Illl.laiP
alrtoU( ot the Winidmon of th.
World, of which order he waa a member.
NEKltAaKA C1TV. Neb., Nov. Hi.-(Se.
elsl. The budy of Mra. Ada Meyers,
widow of the late John Me) era. who died
at tho bom of her daughter. Mis. Henry
Carson, was brought to tlii city yester
day fur Interment. Kite wa (7 years of
as and wa born and reared In this city,
being th daughter of Thomas Thorn.
She I survived by three children, Mra
Henry Carson of Atcljlson, Mra. Wlilium
re of ri. Joseph and Aiby 1L Meyer
I of kauaa Cill.
HOW . j
I GOMNK BKT' (
GOPHERS GO MILWAUKEE
Minnesota Expacti to Win Without
HUGE MASS MEETING IS HELD
Chairman of KHalbllltr Committee
Intimates - rifkerlas Challenge
llaa .ot Hern Dropped by
1th 14 In Authorities.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. l&.-Confldnt
lliey can defeat the University of Wis
consin eleven with Kaile Pickering,
eapuin and fullback, on the aide lines,
members of the frlveralty of Min
nesota's foot ball siuad left tonight for
Milwaukee, where they will remain until
Saturday morning and then proceed to
MadlHon for the game In the afternoon
A huge piass meeting wag held today
for tho two-fold purpose of arousing
enthusiasm for the game and of protest
ing tho action taken by Wisconsin's
athletlu committee whereby Pickering was
declared out of the game yesterday on
the charge that he had played professional
That tho Pickering challenge has not
lieiyi dropped was Intimated today by
tho statement of Prof, James Paige,
chairman of the eligibility committee,
when asked concerning the possibility of
the breaking of relationship of the two
''It Is not advisable that we plunge Into
any discussion of a permanent severance
of relation while In the present agitated
stage," aald Mr. Paige. "We will be ablo
to tell better what Is tha moat ad
vantugeoue courso when the matter has
been more thoroughly Investigated.''
I, k a. -Peterson.
Miss Anna Peterson, daughter of Die C,
Prteraon, and Albert P. S- Lykke were
married by Kev. Charles W. Havldgo at
his . reoldence Wednesday morning at 10.
The bride's brother and ' sister. M. and
L'nuna Peterson, accompanied them,
CAM B1UIXJK, Neb., Nov, IS. -(Special)
Edward Walking, Jr., of this city and
Miss Kuth Wilson of Htookvltle, were
married Sunday at the home of the
groom' slater, Mrs, II. P. Cameron, In
l.egrlalalor la III.
ORAM) ISLAND. Neb.. Nov. l.-(Spe-olul.)
Representative White, a member
of the 1907 legislature, Is seriously 111 at
hi (tome In Cameron township, a blood
riot htcvlng formed on the brain. The
latest reports from the bedside Indicate
that his condition I Improving;.
Thomas Carey, aged flu, died yenterday
at his home, UJ0 Sherman avenue, of
lesion of the heart. Mr. Carey wax a
pioneer of Omaha, having- lived In this
city for fifty years. He I survived by
seven children. Tha funeral will be held
at the late resldenc of the deceased
at 8:34 o'ulock Saturday morning and at
tha Holy family church at o'clock.
Interment will be In Holy Sepuloher
HARVARD FRESHMAN STAR OUT
OF GAME FROM INJTTRIES.
i . -
Voudr Frothlngham. star of th Har
vard freshman team, who. It I au
nouueed, will be unable to plar in the
game with the Ya'e flrat year team, be
cau of ;tijurli received lu t.ie buitl
with Princeton's "ti rubles," which -va
wou by ilaivaid, U U w
MOW we GoNNaT.
Star Drop Kicker of Yale
V : '..I.: t .',.- r, ;
'?':r;v,'' : ' '," p. ,
ot ty 1
Arthur Howe, cactr.ln
eleven, who clashes on of fIT4 fore
moat flrop KiwUir" v V't"'. How
TWO WhODINfaS AT BLAIR
Dr. Lanr rnrt-: ' llartlaaton
and Mis Iarle IlaMer Mar
BLAIR. Neb.. Nov. lC.(Spclal.)-St.
Joseph' Catholto church waa beautifully
decorated with fern and roses, amidst
which the wedding ceremony that Joined
In wedlock Ml Marie Ilaller, daughter
of Hon. W. D. and Mr. Hller, and Dr.
Lance Hurstctn of Hartlnpton. Neb., wa
performed at 9 o'olock Widneaday morn
ing, Father O'Drlscoll. nanls'ted by Father
Schnuttgen of Hartlngton, orflcatlng.
Th bride was costumed In a rich travel
ing suit of dark bluo serge and her brides
maid. Mis Margaret Ware, In a suit pf
dark blue broadcloth. Bernard Ilaller
the bride' brother, was-best man. The
happy couple and Immediate friend were
served with an elaborate wedding break
fat at tha home of the brlde'e parent.
Dr. BurRtetn enjoys a fine practice In his
horn city and with hi wife left for liar
Ungton today, where a furnished houeo
Mis Myrtle, daughter of Mr. and Mis.
Puane Prown of thin city was married In
Lincoln Wednesday inoiiiintr to Mr. Bert
Haines at the Haptltt pursonage. Rev.
Chapman officiating. The happy couple
took an early inornlnjr train for the eai
tal city and after the ceremony a weddlnw
dinner wbb served at the home of M.
llulnet)' counln. Mrs. Haines has been
"hello" girl and chief operator In Uio
office of both telephone compenl in
Hlalr and only resigned her place with
the Well company November 1. Mr.
Haines holds the position of freight agent
for thn Northwestern railway and Inn
held the position for Home five yeurs.
They will bo at home after December 1.
GLEN WOOD, la., Nov. p;.-(Spec:al)-
Dr, John Oalnes of Kxcelslor Spring.
Mo., and Mia Kdlth Cheyney were mar-
rled her Tuesday evening at the home
of the brldo. Mits Cheyney has grown
lo womanhood In tllenwood and Is widely
and favorably known. Dr. Haines has
practiced medicine and surgery for nine
teen years ut Kxcelslor Hprlngs and Is
one ot that city's most popular physi
cian. Ite U president of the Clsy county
medical and vice president of the district
medical. After a tour of the northern
el tie, Dr. and Mrs. dallies will he t
home at Kxcelslor Springs.
farmers Meet at frontier.
STOCKVILLE. Neb.. Nov. 16. Th an
nual resiton of Frontier County Farmers'
institute ws held In the court hour here
yesterday. The prlafflUM ndd reuses were
by John Bower and 'Karl Hnrnley. A
seralrate meeting ot women In the Odd
Fellow' hull wax addressed by Mis
Loulk Sabln. Both meetings were well
Jnntnr thaataaana at aenard.
SKWARIi. Neh.. Nov. Ii tSpeclal)
The Young Men'a Christian association
boy will conduit a Junior chauiauqua
here next summer, .and have lwgun mak
ing attractions. They have leaved the
opera house for a gymnasium for a term
of three yearn.
Pervletent Advertising 1 la KcaJ to
A.U. wt tut rv
tQ V TO
TtJTj g 'Ofc-reji Tield general and a star
at running taok punt'
, May Send His Two
Sons to the Gallows
CHIC A tJO, Nov. 0.-John Ehlblawskl
took the witness stand here today and
gave testimony that may send hla two
onn, Klwald and Krank, aged 24 and 21,
respectively, to the gallows. With four
Other young men they were charged with
having murdered Fred V. Oueliow, a
Tho father testified that Frank brought
home the garden truck stolen from Uuel
ow wgon and that Klwald gave-him
a watch, later identified as having been
taken, from Guelsow's clothing.
Her 1 a woman who speak from per
onal knowledge and long experience, via.,
Mrs. i: ii. urogan of Wilson, Pa., who
says. "I know from experience that Cham
bcrluln's Cough Kemeiiy 1 far aupcrlo
to any other. For croup there I nothing
vnai exteis it. - ror ai oy an dealer.
Itnnianrr o( Twit lloniratrnla.
YANKTON, S. D., Nov. Hi. Special.)
MUs Alum Moyles, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. U. I!oylei of tills city, wa mar
ried Wfnlnesdr.y to Henry L. Psek.
uko of YxnMon. The brldo It a popular
Yankton girl who bus been on a claim In
Harding county, where the little romance
starlit, a Mr. Pasek had an adjoining
WILLIAM JERREMS SONS.
10. til . 1th Street
Tweeds from Scotland.
They're here in abundant variety and modefetly
priced fur quick aclling this week.
Bannockburns and Dunbars
in rit It shade of blue, gray or brown, easily north 938 to $10
$30 tho Suit
Tlio bet skilled C'littem and Tailor that hi)tli wages can at
tractwill look after the. details of your order.
A NICOLL MAKE Overcoat
Insure complete Overcoat comfort, 'i5, $:$(, $35.
GLOOM IN MICHIGAN CAMP
Death of Brother Will Keep Thorn
ton from Game Saturday.
PENNSYLVANIA EXPECTS TO WIN
a4 Wilt lia Throngs) Another
Cosy Workout and Will Not Lute
for Ann Arbor t'atll Satur
day Morn In ft.
ANN ARBOR. Mich., Nov. IS. With the
foot ball struggle between Michigan nl
Pennsylvania but forty-eight hour away
word late today wa received from Full
back "Bottles" Thomson, from his home
in Cadillac, Mich., that hi brother died
today and that ho would not return to
Ann Arbor for a week.
The announcement caused heavy gloor.t "
to spread through university circle and
It was freely predicted that Thomson's
absence would remove the pivot of
Michigan's offensive and defensive
strength. In every, same Michigan played
this year, save poaaibly th Cornell con
teat, Thomson waa the particular, star. '
Meek practiced in Thomson' place to
day, but Yust, vhilbly affected by Thom
son' measage, was silent a to what
change may be made.
While today practice waa not aa se
vere a . the several wlicih preceded it,
the men went through a stiff 'signal
workout and Yost continued his effort
to perfect new play including forward
DBTHOIT, Mich.. Nov. lS.-Twenty-three
member of the Unlvoralty of
Pennsylvania foot boll aquad, under tha
direction of eight coach and Trlur
Murphy Indulged in dummy scrimmage
and secret signal practice at the County
club thin afternoon. Jourdet contracted A
slight cold and did not don. a uniform.
Couches Andy Smith and Murphy both
announced that they were well satisfied.
with the condition of the men. ; :
The squad will : probably go through
an easy workout tomorrow afternotm and
will leave for Ann, Arbor. M(ch., Saturday
morning. Confidence In the . eleven's
ability to down Michigan apparently
TAKING BIBLE FROM SCHOOLS
WOULD BE LITERARY LOSS
CALKSBURO, III., Nov. U-'Taklnj;
the Bible out of tha achools la the great
est literary calamity that ha ever hap
pened to the state or country," declared
Prof. Francis Squire Potter of th L'nl
versity of Minnesota In his addres on
conservation of moral and spiritual force
before the Illinois Federation of Women'
Clubs In this city. Ite said the lilbla
should be found In every school either
a a required or an electlvo study. .
COURT ORDER INVALIDATES
MANY ILLINOIS MARRIAGES
MOUNT VERNON. III.. Nov. 1.-The
validity of hundreds of llllitols marriages
wtll be affected by the decision of the
appellato court of southern Illinois, placed
on record here today. Th court held
that the Illinois law forbidding the re
marrlago of divorced persons within one
year could not be evaded by persons
going outside of the state to be married
and then returning to the state to live.
A Horrible Oeatlt
results from decaying lungs. Cure cough
and weak, sore lungs with Tir. King
New Discovery. 6o and Jt.00. For tula
by Beaton Drug Co.
I.lfc Sentence? for Wife Mnrderer.
Ml'RPHYSBOIlO, III.. Nov. IS James
Freeman. year old. wa sentenced to
Imprisonment for life for th murder of
his wife He cut her throat with a porkie
knife. Freeman waa an itlneran
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