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Well, It's Too Early for Christmas Presents, Anyway
Wt .'I A tTMIM A SL-, .V. M. r
KANSAS PLAYED INELIGIBLE
Center Henry Ahrem of Foot Ball
Team Never Attended Classes.
EXCUSE. LACK CLASS EECOEDS
Apologies' by Hoard' of Control
to Olkrr Hebool. of .lll.aoarl
Vallrr toafrrrnpa Aftrr
Sraaon la Ovrr.
LAwnK.NCE. Kan.. Dc. It.-IIenry
Alirrna, for three Veara center on tlta
Kanaaa university vamlty foot ball team,
waa not ellfftbln to play In timet thla
eaon. accordlnc to a finding of tha ath
letic board, Tuesday. Therefore, the
board refuurd to award to tho iitar center
"K" and found It nefeary to (end to
tha different athletic boards In tha con
ference opologlea for having allowed A ti
re ni to participate In games with those
Likely nothing further will be done In
this matter, as Kansas did not win the
Mlaaourl valley champlonnhlp, and In fact
met with Httle success In conference
name. The game with Mls.ourl wai a
tie and Ahiena was one of the atari of
the Jayhawker team in that game, but
nothing can be done about it now.
A area. A tented Nat Claaaea.
It seems that Ahrrna enrolled In the
Jaw avhool this fall, but never attended
classes. Owing to a peculiar method of
handling the enrollment cards between
the dean and Instructors It waa supposed
that Ahrens was attending his claasea,
and because no reports had been given
to Draji Green of Ahrens falling In Ills
work the athlete was allowed to play,
tinder the presumption that ha was doing
Ills name headed the eligibility list sent
retia enrolled all right, but failed to "turn
ht cards over to tha Instructors, The
dean supposed ha was attending and the
teachers were unaware that he was en-
At a meeting this afternoon a motion
to notify the other conference schools of
the action of the athletic board In refut
ing the letter was pawed.
Contrary to eicpectatlona fourteen "K'a"
were granted. The players receiving them
were: Danleln, Ammons, Balrd, Hrown
lee. Brurnwrll, C'oolldge. Davidson, Pavla,
Xelaney, Hell, Price. Bchwah. C. Wood
bury and WeldHn.
Wood Leads in the .
In addition to managing the business of
the People's Ice and Cold storage com
pany, W. It Wood finds time to develop
skill with the billiard cue. To date he
leada In both billiard and pool tournfc
menta at the Commercial club. Mr. Wood,
In both tournaments, is playing In the
first flight, which is composed or the
club's best players, and has such a lead
that It seems rrrtaln he will take first
lnze in coin.
BRESNAHAN PREFERS '
CHARGES AGAINST MURPHY
. ijiir,t urc. 51. Hoger uresna
. lJnj manager jf the Ut. Ixiula National
bafca tIl club, announced today he had
preferred charg-.-s against Charlea W,
Murphy- of the Chicago Nationals and
had demanded that the National com
mission make Murphy apologise publicly
to him. The charges, Bresiiahan aald.
were mailed to Chairman Herrmann at
Tha charges are a tenult of a wordy
war 14 ween Hrewiahun and Murphy In
New York last Friday, which resulted
because Bresualian would not waive on
af t . . . . ... .
Hrrsnahan chaiKcs that Murphy
cUM?d him of falnelijcd.
BEATRICE FOOT BALL TEAM
IS GIVEN ANNUAL FEAST
BKATItlCK. Neb., Ifc. Il.-Hpeclal-The
annual "oraiure and "black" banquet
for the liatrlca High school fix.t bull
team waa held last evening at the Pad
dock and It proved to be til blgvest
affair of the kind ever held In the city.
Principal A. P. Hlllyrr acler.as toat
maatrr, and the following rea'ionded to
toasu: "The High hool," J. T. liar
len; "A It Appears," D. W. Cook: '1311."
!oih Rathbun; "The Term." Captain
Frank Klnin; "1S12." Captaln-elrct Duane:
Nubblna." Allan Mulligan; "High Kehool
to Varlty," Coach Htlehm of Netiraaka.
At a meeting of the foot ball team Basil
lHMUte was choaen captain for lMli.
Trkanah Defeats Lyons.
TCKAMAH. Neb. le- J.( Special)-k
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Were down to Tekamali Tueaday evening
nd met defeat at tee hands of tha teams
from the Trkamah H.fh hIhkjI. Tile girls
woii out n.iMt tiiom by the score of 24
to fc. The u,ym' team won by a cloaar
or that of 22 to IS. The Tekamah
vw.uvi icm iiaa won IU straight gamea.
i4ney Defeala Albion.
ALBION. Neb. Ic . trtpeolal Tel
rra.Mi:il1y dxfeatod Albion last night
Z.i ' , " " "core or to 29,
ine mm ttnw on its tour of
irTnZ'. ' ' cl' nd
a run bodies, mellow and delicious
teer Is KTOHZ OIJJ SAXON UHAU. It
1 u iiiaae an Instantaneous hit. It'a
style all tiia wlilia."
I I I cryTfymrn tvr jt- s"th O
r--" i s.:- v - ; v r i r THi v d mct v. j - - - - o. a v i i n - ; i i i i
I I - I I OO - i I y i mi wil- i 11 - I 1 I . i i THP UDfa JViU y UvJ. II t
a m i'isf oh,thv , :rnr'- nrais. .sr
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He's a Friend of Farrell
Charley Hemphill, a veteran, eWmocr
ior janaee ouineiaer, uow safi
ter of the Atlanta Boutltera laakers.
who is being befriended by tha yrvsldent
of his former club, Krank Karrcll. The
Yaiikea owner Intends to give Hemphill
the best of the team's lurndowns, and
AMONG THE LOCAL BOWLERS
letter's Gold Tops Win Two of Three
GILBUEATH BOLLS HIGH SCOBE
Maaey's aaklsta Talc Three Gamea
Irosa Woo men of World Team
Basement Alleys Grlf.
The Jetter'a Gold Tops won two out of
three from the Brodegaard crowns. Oil
breath got high score and high total for
the Oold Topa. Angelsberg had high
game of S32 and high total of Ess. svr
splits kept him from shooting a big total
mursaay. vac-ember ' SI. Permit vs. La
VaJdorae. The scores.
JKTTUR OOU) TOPS.
lt. !d. 8.1. Total
vose : ..im
O. primeau i;
II. Primeau 145
Totaia sn SMS u
Three for gnnklata.
Th Maney'. 8unklat. t,K.k three from
le W. w. w team on tha iii.......
leys last night. Griffith had high
ki.Ur8"oUr,e.'!',fh ,OU1' lh
1st. M. M. Total
...I4K 1 IK
41S 344 1.174
Bullet Lodges in Foot
of Manager uilglaub
PHILADELPHIA. ieo. H.-8peclai
Telegram.)-Robert A. I'nglaub, formerly
or the Washington and Boston American
league tean-.a. and now manager of the
Lincoln Weatei a league team, was ac
cidentally ahot early thla morning at
Crlsfleld. Md.. where he wag preparing
to start on a hunting trip.
L'bglaub had gotten up early and was
cleaning his rlfld. one of small caiber,
when the gun was discharged while It
was In his hands. The bullet parsed
through his right ankle and lodged In the
back of the foot. Physicians were called
but they have as yet been unable to e&
trct the bullet.
K to Uie buuUvn-JIe AavarUsJagv
THE BEE: OMAHA. FKIDAY, DECEMBER
haa already arranged to railroad Rua-
sell,. Bailey and Jtevelle to tho Atlanta
team. Hemphill acted In the cpaclty dl
temporary manager of the Yankee sev
erai times laut summer and did excel
lent work. A brilliant future la predicted
for him in his new berth,
Bluffs Men Enjoy
; Wrestling Program
Last night at the Danish hall in Coun
cil Bluffs the local Order of Owls gave a
wrestling tournament. Jack Whlttaker
was master of ceremonies and Introduced
Guy Buckles, who will meet the Bluffs
boxer, Walter McCarthy, tonight: Bob
Heller or Avoca. la., the new western
Iowa "white hope," and Al Orgy. Uie
colored boy, who will also go on tonight.
twin are heavyweights.
The first wrestling exhibition waa for
twenty minutes for a fall between Charles
Pctera of Council Bluffs and Joe Zlg
mund of OinaJia, both weighing S00
pounds. Hugo Peters of Omaha refereed
this match, which ended in a draw, as
neither one got a fail within tho time
limit. Both wreatleru put up a good ex- I
The ttecond waa a Jlu Jitsu wrestling
match between O. H. Husklnson of Lon
don. KiiKland. and Jack Tollver of
Omaha. Hugo Peters of Omaha referred.
Huaklnson won the first fall in two inin-
utea and seventeen seconds, when Tottver
let go of Hueklnaon's jacket.
A catch-as-catch-ran match between
Huakinaon and Tulllver was won by
Tolllver in one minute and thirty secondn
by a pin rail.
When the Englishman aaw that Tolllver
won his fall In quick time he quit cold
and refused to go on with the next match,
which was to be catch-aa-catch-can, de
claring the referee waa not fair.
KID M'COY KNOCKS OUT
HARRY CROXON IN PARIS
PARIS, Dec. 21.-"Kld" McCoy, the
American pugilist, tonight knocked out
Harry Croxon. an Kngllah fighter. In the
DATFYD1L CONTEST RULES jj
1. Anawer luuat b Hrfr... . .
fattyuii adlliir" of 'it, i.. "2.
The Ilea oUic. not ltr thin a i
ii.urauay ot each to u, con,.:
lor pnaa award of mat nMH lunaiuerau
2. Conteaianls may submit one or mora
answers tor any or all ot the Drn...
. v Ulnars lu be selectea one bv
advertiar on Daityou contest dak .ni
pimtrd in hla .av,rim(t
...v v r ii9Kt coning
4. Each i.af.d.u ...uat b9
a aenuaie aiivet of papar and ruuit d
ignata the advertiaor lot wtiom n u ?!
"r r,:"::uv"r," '.:,r. ""'me.,
. ":"ml " written on
Winning Daffy dlla will K. k
th.lr .rlv...Mlllu u... "'"in lor
pr.t.i.nc. will be shown tho." rT.i u"
to name or bualneM of tba advertiai,
a. Wlnnare muat call i. j,.rBJn 'for
prises at adveriiar's Hac. of 6uain"aa.
.. in addition to auvertiaais' pruiraTh.
Be, will aard five 1 p, llwt to ttTi? Sj!
next bv.l Datfydil writers and mil J .
tbun. together with all oinrg tari,
Vublubiug ou DaXIyUU Coulaal PageT
1 1 III W A TK MS WiVUlVVnN UnVC
. r: r 11 n: t t 1 j i.
Plays Entire Sqnad in Basket Ball
FINAL SCORE STANDS 41 TO 22
Htnkeye Five Throws Twenty
Uoals from ttit Floor to -lne
. for the Mount Pleasant
' da I ate t.
IOWA CITY. I.. Dec. 51.-(8peclal
Tilearam.) Iowa nl.veH it. ontira ...... ,.i
by substitution against Iowa Wesleyan
i oasKei nan tonigpt ana defeated Its
opponents, 41 to 22. Lineup:
Schmidt R.U.jH.K Lauterbach
llriE.lM frnm (lr,n:i 1 A. ...
. lunr, vi viemeyan,
t. Goals Nm foul: Iowa, 1; Wesleyun
4. Kouls off Iowa. : off Weslevan 1
Refeiee. Hedges. Dartmouth.. Time
keep r. Patker, Iowa. Scorer, Thompson.
Brown Whips Cross
in Ten-Round Fight
NEW. YORK. Dec. 31. -"Knockout1
llrown and Leach ('mm fnuht h,H .r,
fast for ten rounds at the Empire Ath-
ichc chid toniKlit and It was the opinion
of thoe about the ring that Brown won
on points. .
Though A hard left from CronJi raised
a lump over Brown's right eye In the
second round. Brown had the better of
the exchange. Another hard left in the
fourth caused the damaged eye to bleed.
In the sixth round Cross Mailed and
appeared to - be - staggering, but In the
following round he snapped over a nlck
light to Brown's Jaw that Bent Brown
back to the ropes. . . . r
A final round found Brown showering
blowa on Cross and Just before the bell
ho staggered his opponent with, a hard
right. ; .
Ifo Sweaters for i
High School Athletes
. The Ulall Pi hnnl Alhl.,.n LA t
trol yesterday afternoon decided not to
"n sweaters to tne a eit lotto m.r,
of this season's foot ball team.
The report of receipts and expenditures
t me last loot ha 11 nana.. .h.,-.j
that foot ball scarcely paid Ha own ex
penses this year, as the $200 now on hand
represents Just about tha roiia..tinM iuu
from the school at the beginning of the
GAS MACHINE EXPLODES,
WRECKING FARM HOME
. GRINNELL. Ia..' Dec. fl.-(Sn.rii t.i..
gram.)-The large new country home of
William Vogt. some four miles east of
this city, was almost romnieteiv
last evening by the explosion of an aceN
ylene gas machine put into' the bulliin
to furnish light. There was no known
cause for the catastrophe. . The parents
were away from home at the time and
two eons and two daughters Wera in th
house. The eldest son. Grover Vosrt. bsmi
about 20. was badly burned on his hand.
and arma and about tho face. '
The youhgor son was not so badiv
burned. The girls were bruised and anr.
fcred from nervoun shock.
IOWA BASKET BALL TEAM
WILL MAKE TWO TOURS
IOWA CITY, la.. Dec. SJ.-tgnecial.)-
lowa'a basket ball . trip to Minneapolis
next month, will tako In two more gamea,
which were scheduled today by Manager
Nelson A. Kellogg. One la with Carleton
collego at Northfleld during the first part
of the Journey and the aecond la with the
state isormal school at Cedar Kalis, to
be played on the return trip, Iowa's
basket ball trip to Wisconsin In February
win include games with Bt. Josenh's col
lege at Dubuque and with Sacred Heart
college at Prairie Du Chlen.
tllllTKH'S KM EM 1 Kg WIV KlflllT
Persian Con aril Wilt Appoint Drga-
ties to 1 Deal tilth Haa la.
TEHERAN, Dec. n.-The cabinet has
won an Important vlrtorv nvu th
tlonal council, which foreshadow the ac
ceptance of Russia's demand for the dls
mtsaal of W. Morgan Bhuster. the Amer
ican treasurer-general of Perxla. unleaa
publlu opinion proves too strong.
The national council. In a aeaalon hl, h
lasted from S o'clock last nlsht until
after midnight, finally accepted the pro
posal to appoint a commission of five
deputies with plenary powers, to deal
with the Ruaslan ultimatum. Sixty mem
bers were present and tha proposal was
submlttd by Vopaoegh ed Dow leg h, the
foreign minister, and was adopted by a
vole of Sa to is.
The composition of the commission has
not yet been announced. - ,
The dlamlsaal of Treasurer-general
ilhuster waa demanded by Rusakt In Ita
ultimatum dealing with the Persian diffi
culty. For aome day the national coun
cil ha refuaed to accept the raolort'
proposals with reference to meeting the
Ruaalan demands. The foreign minister
represented to the council on December
18 that the plight of Persia was deader
gle, as Russia had refused to abate Ita
demands; but the deputies. In spit of his
appeals. Instated that the retention of
Mr. bbuMtf was Pvrala'g tal hop.
Orvie Overall, Big Holdout
. V : v- -
Orval Overall, big Cub hold-out pitcher,
who probably will never pitch another
game. Overall has been pitching for an
outlaw team on the coast. In a game a
short time ago he wrenched the ligaments
JAKE STAHL REINSTATED
Boston American Flayer Let Off
SMITH GETS LIKE TREATMENT
Bnse nail Men Restored to ;od
Standing by National Commission
Following? gnspenalon fur
Itefnalna- to Work.
GRINNELL, la., Deo. 2i.-(Snecial Tele-
land ("Jake") Btahl, who haa been men
tioned as the probable manager of the
Boston American league team next acason
waa reinstated without tho Infliction of
a fine by the National commission la a
decision promulgated today.
Stahl failed to report during the season
of lail to the Boston American league
club, to which he was under reservation.
Harry Smith, who played with the
Brooklyn team, also waa restored to good
standing without having to pay fine.
Hmith was suspended for leaving the
service of Brooklyn last spring without
BARADA'S SECONDS THROW
SPONGE INTO THE RING
INDIANAPOLIS. Dec. 21.-When sec
onds threw tha aponge into the ring to
night at the end of the eighth round of
his fight with Young 8aylor, the crowd
yelled its disut:l action. The boys had
fought two draws before. The St. Joseph
lightweight said he was in trim for the
two remaining rounds. Neither boxer' was
Kewarsl for Aaaatlanla.
WIN FIELD, la.. Dec. 51.-8even hun
dred dollars reward was offered today by
cltisens. for the apprehension of the three
meu who attacked Dr. Lucy Bowman,
and taking her to the ouukii-ts of town,
held ber captive for tw Uvula. No eiu
baa betja found.
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and muscles of his arm. Ovf.
out the bltchlne: muscles In 1. .
with Chicago. At that time ' Bon jsotter'
Reeae patched up the big giant, but
"Jeff" has never since been quite the
SATS KIMMEL WAS SHOT
ON HUNT FOR TREASURE
ST. LOUIS. Dec., 21.-The Republic says
today that John B. Swinney, a New Mex
ico rancher, will tell In a deposition to
day of the murder of Ueorge A. Klmmel,
the famoua Nlles, MUh., man of mystery,
on Auguat 14, 1S98, and or Snlnney'g kill
ing of Kimmel's murderer.
A. J. White, recently released from Au
burn prison In New York, says he ia Kim
met. He is now In a hospital In Peru,
Ind., recovering from Injuries raoeived in
According, to the story, Swlnney, R. M.
Snyder of Kansas City, a man named
Johnson and Klmmel went to Oregon
from Kansas City July 28, IS!, and ,dug
fur I40.0U0 supposed to have been buried
near Marshrield, Ore., and while the four
were walking In the woods Johnson shot
Klmmel to death and he ahot Johnson.
SIDNEY LOSES FIRST GAME
0N ITS TRIP T0 ELGN
ELGIN. Neb., Dec. 31. t Special Tele
grain.) Sidney played It sixth and lost
its first basket ball game on Ita tour at
Elgin last night by a score of X to IS.
The score the last half was 10 to 10. Sid
ney was hampered Uy the small floor and
peculiar goala. To teach Elgin the Sid
ney boya rode all night and all day,
reaching Elgin on a frelKht Just before
the game waa called. The Elgin girls
won from Newman Grove, is to J.
Marriage licenses were Issued yesterday
to the following named persons:
Name- and Address.
Reed M. Hough. Council liluffa....
Mabel tiittina, Boumer township...,
Tony Calamla, Omaha
Malmie Cuff, Omaha
A. H. Brown. Bentonaville, Ark
Beatrice Wolfe. Omaha
Jamas Earl Maxwell. Bart let t. Ia..
M.ianda Cook. Thurmaii, la
William BokowKkl, Fremont. Neb..
Auua LauUorficid, Dodge, Neb
By, "Bud Fisher
PREMIER REJECTS REPUBLIC
Yuan Turns Down Proposition from
Conference at Shanghai.
PEACE OUTLOOK IS
Little Probability that Agreement
on Fntnre for China Can
Be Arranged on Other
PEKING, Dec. 21. Premier Tuan Bhi
Kal In an official statement today Said
that he without any revocation refused
to accept a republic.
The refusal of Premier Yuan Shi Kal to
accept a republic Is a categorical reply to
i. communication made to him from
Shanghai by his representative. Tang
Shao YI, after the meeting of the peace
conference between delegates of the Im
perial government and revolutionaries
held there yesterday, A statement issued
after the session of the conference yes
terday said Tang Bhao YI, replying to
DrWu Ting-fang, the leader of the revo
lutionary delegates, who had presented
the case in favor of a republic, "ex
pressed his readiness to accept Dr. Wu
Ting-fang's views, but that the matter
was so Important that he might first
communicate with Peking."
The armistice between the opposing
forces was extended to December SO, in
order to give time for a reply from Pe
king. Gloomy In Washington.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. Washington
wag gloomy today over the vanishing
prospects for a speedy conclusion of a
peace agreement between the Imperialists
and republicans In China. The. status of
the peace conference at Shanghai was re
ported as very discouraging.
It Is considered not improbable that a
general outbreak of antl-forelgn feeling:
would follow a complete disagreement of
the peace commissioner at Shanghai.
PROMINENT MAN CHARGED"
WITH MURDERS OF FOUR
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 20.-Nathan B.
Harvey, a man of some prominence and
wealth, has been arrested ror the murder
of the "our members of tho Hill family
here last June. Tho arrest was made at
Oregon City. The crime created great
excitement and was that of a degenerate.
Thaw Trustee Reports.
PITTSBURGH. Dec. 20.-Roger O Mara,
trustee in bankruptcy for Harry Kendall
Thaw, now confined in Matteawan hos
pital, brought the famoua case one step
nearer the end today when he filed his
final account in the office of referee In
bankruptcy, W. R. Blair. A meeting of
the creditors will be "held on' December
27, and the account may be approved at
Uiat time, thus ending the long-drawn out
Jnror ('(iraniti Snlrlde.
oruivAftb, vvasn.. Uec. 20. Worried
oyer the responsibility incident to a ver
dict In a personal injury suit in which lie
was a Juror, Charles F. Newman, who
lives at Chester, eight miles rrom here,
shot and killed hlinseir. Newman wan
allowed to go home, as were t..e other
iUrora. While IhA Imlirn nr.ra- 1
tlons In the case. The Juror tulked with
his wife about the danger or making
mistakes, and after going to bed shot
Yonnar Couple Arrested.
TROY. N Y.. Dec. 20.-Gco.ge Michael.
1 years old. and Mattle K Z..er, 14
resident of St. Louia, were arrested here
tonight and held pending the arrival of
officers from their home city. Michael
Is charged with abduction. The couple
arrived here two months ago and have
been living as Mr. and Mrs. George
Michael. Michael made a confession, tho
KEEPING OUR GUTTERS
ND TAILORS AGTIVE
. By including
an Extra Fair
with your guit
order this week
for the price ot
Suit and Extra Trousers 525 to MS
OUR SFECIA OFFELR
Full Black, Blue or Grey Cbev
iot Thibet or "Worsted Suit with
xtra Trousers of same AAr
or striped material. . . V.J
HOW ABOUT THAT OVERCOAT?
W)'d lik tn havA wai. .L -
Iok t the xcellant vtrcoat ft-
ones wt oiiar this week at
$25, $30 and $35
ITA 8 LOR
WILLIAM JERRKMS SON..
wo-ail . let atreet
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