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'J HE 13KK: O.MAJ1A. NATCHDAl", JlKCKMUKlt ;jo. 11)11.
Mutt's an Unlucky Bird; He
FINANCES FOR LINCOLN CLUB
Receirmhip Hearing Goes Over on
Request of Despain.
HOFES TO SECURE THE MONEY
Belief F.sl.t (rrmnrmrali W ill II
Mad Today to rat Organisation
," ' 1 nr.
LINCOLN'. Dec. .-8pecfal.)-Uov-mor
AMrtrh, If he keeps up his present
Uneom hall club, n petition of Ceorge
P. Truman, creditor, went over for a
day In the district court on the strength
of a statement by the attorney fur Don
ald Deepeln. the owner of thi club, that
plana for financing It affair wer under
way. It la thought arrangements can
be made by tomorrow; to finance tha rlub
and tha management remain a It la, with
money enough behind it to put It on a
With Blakeney to Win
,Tb final ten-game " match' ' between
"Huntington and Blakeney and SCarp
and Angelsberg. whloh took place at the
Fran el wo allya last nltfht resulted ' In
favor of Huntington and Blakeney by
14S pine. They alio won the first match
y fifty-eight pine which glvea thern a,
total of K3 for the match. Blakeney wit
tha eiar for the bunch, getting 1,010 and
l.eoi for the ten game.
, Dad ICuntlngton'a rolling waa very good,
retting a total of W7 for tha last match,
and 911 for the flrct. Patrick AngetHberg
waa there with it and B33. Zarp took
a, big alurop In tha last eeiioa. only
getting OT, Ma former game being tzi.
lt. td. Jd. 4th. 8th. Tofl.
:j 1H3 JU m 17H 1,010 1
M Ml VJO 179 K87
' Total i,
" Total ...
.M . n ....(..... A, 1,t!7 I
. Int. tJ. id. 4th. (th. Toi l. I.
216. 1M 14 JHl , iKaL
.... lit i i,t JtK isa Ml
Boys' Church Club
Uses Gym at Fort
' The Boy' club of Bt. Stephen' Sunday
chool. Twenty-fourth atreet and A me
avenue, meet every Friday evening In
the gymnaelum at Tort Omaha. Some
very promising young athlete are en
thuelaatlo member of the club. They
would like to play baeket ball with
teama which average 190 pound on Fri
day evening, either at the fort or on
uther auitatile indoor court. The Rov.
Ia W. Meaton 1 manager for the club.
WHITE OUTPOINTS SCHULTZ
IN FAST TEN-ROUND FIGHT
CLEVELAND, O., It ce. 2.-Charli
Vhll of Chicago eutpolnted Battling
Schults f Tolodo In a fa ten-round
flgbt here tonight The fight was about
evenly oonteeted throughout, ,but White
had a shade .the advantage.
Joo . Flillllpa ot ' Providence, B, . 1.,
kgocked out JiatUlag Terry of Pittsburgh
In the eeveoth round of a scheduled
twelve-round bout, and Matt Brock and
Otto jfifVnow, both ef Cleveland, fougiit
twelve rounds to a draw In the pre
. ' i
Officiate et Bale Caatea.
' 1AWA C1TT. la, Dec. W.-Mark. High.
Intid, coach ef Haaneer-Clark coiiegej i.a
leen r!tn aeHeieree lor both ui die
low-Ml!inole beeket ball gamrrf. It
v.s antiounced here today. Uavtea of
Milwaukee ana Finltti f Hipon Vlll offi
ciate at Ihe lowa-Wlseonein game In
Ma41on, and feymour of the fcieu Nor
mal and Hodge of Dartmouth will nave
charge ot the Iowa-Wisconsin game In
thla city. ...
With the Bowlers
In the Commercial league Ihe La Val
lora won two out of three from Ihe Bt.
J erne. J. Movna bad high honors or the
evening, with a high total vt f 1 and h gli
eirutle of tu. For the Valdora, Chrie
tlanaen was high, with (JO. Ik ores:
, LA VALDUKAfl.
t , let. Id.
tine ., ,. ), jftj
Nrwoomb 1I& l!7
lH)br It i,i
llorich lti li
Total !! w 71
W-'HROtDKH 8 8T. JAM i-.i.
'. d. Total.
J. Moyna ,
1 i wwt a ...
IS4 14 611
lnl -141 Ui
17 1M o.'l
181 lei bli
.Totals Vi KIT 7i9 1.434
Ta - Runtuhr'a Sport took three
tralght from the ChrU Lyck a last night
on the Basement alley. Politer, high
Ingle, 1), and Condon, high total, M3,
for the Sport. H. Buller, 484 for th
RUMOHR B SPORTS.
,. . lt. itl- d. Total.
I undon M 1n is jrti
'"ttr lui 17 1) tU
t-U lea lej JW
! : ToUla m 6a 6J7 lJT
ciiiuu lick s.
1st. M. M. Total.
Ji. Buller h;
m iu 4ki
1.0 IkJ 4s8
, J -yck i3
I traw igi
Tol: M 1 47 J.431
SOME RUNNER, , "THIS jCHAP
II ' ' I
I : J ..
George , Bnnhag. Anwrican dixtanc
champion,' who allced elglit second off
th world's Indoor two-mile record In the
Indoor national championship ' at t. fyew
Vork on Tuesday night, December 2a
The pt-er of all long -el riders was not even
extended to smash the mark; Iouia Bcott.
who finished cond, being nearly a lap
PALZER FLOORS KAUFMAN
New York Heavyweight Sendi Bight
Uppercut to Opponent's law.
FIGHT LASTS FIVE R0U1TOS
Kaaekoat KU Mrhrdalrd , Tib,
Hoand Boat la Which Fa a Dee
Some Lively M illlaa Heavy
f- slaualaa tha Hale. , ' .
NKW YORK, Doc. 29.-A1 Palaer, the
local heavyweight, knocked ujit Al Kauf
man of California In th fifth round of a
scheduled teu-round bout at th National
Bportlng club lat ndcht, with a right
wppercul' to the jaw.
The right aUrteiHn whlrlnd tyle. 1m
mediately after the first bll Falser
landed a terrific' right to Kaufman's
t6iiacK,TVtiocklng hlin .down, bUV the
Callfornlao was up Instautly and landed
a right to Palter- Jaw. which aent him
to I lie floor. Palaer jumped to his foel
and floored Kaufman In turn wltn a
right to the Jaw.
Ill the eecond, both slowed up slightly,
wKh Kaufman the aggressor throughout
The thl id was th wwhritr'a bv a
light margin. ' -
Th fourth round was all Kaufman'.
He handed the local fighter a ncak lacing
throughout the aesaton and at the tell
Palaer waa hanging on to escape trnlah
Talser came up fresh for Mie fifth
round, with Kaufman Blowing up a bit.
The men pummrled each other about the
ring, with Kaufman apparently having
the better of the exchange until near
the end of the round. Huddenly Palaer
saw an opening In Kaufman' guard and
stepping In close to hie oppoueut auut
over the fateful right to the chin and
Kaufman Went down for the final count.
Palter, the winner of tonight's fight,
has been a prominent figure recently In
boxing tournament for "whit hope"
In this vicinity,, and on the reputation
thus gained, lias engaged In xevctai pro
fenslonui Lattice showing steady improve
ment and in Ihe opinion of many, I giv
ing promise of developing; into a good
Prlacelua HsM-key Team Visa.
Cl.i: KIANI). O . Dec. . The Prince
ton hockey team defeated the Yale o,uad
here tonight, 4 to I. liotli teams showed
a lack of teamwork and the contrat wae
rather poorly played on botn sides. The
playing of i:aker, the Princeton rover,
was h feature.
Ralvevlrh Throne 2 abler.
ROCHKSTFH. N. V.. Dee. -jovannl
Balcevlih, the Italian wrestler, threw
Fians Mahler, a glaut German. In nine
minutes twenty-four second here to
night. BaU-evlrh then took two fall
from Santalee. a Frenchman, tn nine
minute and eight Minute Uitrly-nlne
Couldn't Even Win" on a 1 to 100 Shot
TALK FOOTBALLRULE CHANCE
Collegiate Athletio Aisociation
Meets in New York.
FORWARD PAS3 IS IN ISSUE
Kaperts Declare Offense I'nder
I'reeent (oadltlona l.aborl I aider
Too l.reat llaatdlcap M'pakrr
Tease Ha Advaatagr.
NKW YORK, Dec. !i.-A change In
foot ball rulee to a to allow freer um
of the 'forward pass, the promotion of
soccer foot .ball, the elimination of the
professional coach In college sports, the
doing away with gat receipts and. the
recognition of summer baee ball playing
as legitimate were some of the questions
discussed before 100 delegates to the sixth
annual meeting of the National Collegiate
Athletic association here yeeterday.
The present foot bslt rules on the whole
arc satisfactory and ought to be dis
turbed as little as poss,i:e, according to
the report of the chsirman of the rule
committee, pr. If. L. Williams, coach of
the University of Minnesota, but were
criticised by him as giving too much ad
vantage on wet days to an Inferior team
which, on a muddy field, lie said, oould
nullify the most brilliant defense. In re
gard to the forward pass, he ld:j
"'There. Is no question' that under the
present rules the development and skill
ful execution of the forward pans is one
of the most Important factors ot an effi
cient attack. If the restriction of twenty
yard beyond the line of scrimmage wrre
removed and no limit a to th distance
put on the throw, simply providing that
the man making th catch rhould get
th halt before It strikes th ground, I
believe the rules would be Improved and
". Soccer Committee Named.
Sentiment In favor of aoccer foot ball
waa crystallised by the appointment of a
committee headed by Dr. James A. liab
bltt of Maverford corieae to form an as
sociation to plo, the game. Dr. Babbitt,
refcortlrl? forthe central board of offi
cials, predicted that soccer foot ball waa
destined to become the favorite outdoor
sport. a view upheld by Prof. W, .
Oareelon of Harvard and by R. Tel t-Melt
en tie ot the University of Pennsylvania.
. Th discussion of summer baa , ball
brought out varying opinions a to
whether the amateur law should and
could be strictly enforced. ,
Captain Palmer L. Pierce, president of
the association, predicted that summer
base ball playing by college men tor pay
had como to stay.
"Th question is shall It he permitted
and be considered as not affecting the
player's amateur standing," he said, "or
shall it be permitted openly, hot effect
ive steps be taken to prevent the player
from representing his college In inter
The view that strict application ot the
amateur law to summer base ball could
not be enforced was4warmly supported
by other speakers,
lllaor haee Sajtaesled.
Only minor changes were suggested by
the committee on basket ball and track
rules. Tha present committees In the
various branchea of sport were elected
with some additions and the foot, ball
rules committee waa requested to report
and pubiieh It rule . In the spring in
stead of the fall to promote tha open
gam to 'formulate a plan for redaclng
as far as possible the number ot offi
cials. A redlstrlctlnc olan hv iiiiu
adopted and these officers were elected;
captain raJmer K. Pierce, president; II.
W. Johnston of th University of Indi
ana, vice president ; Prof. T. W. Wool
By unanimous vote the association de
cided to seek affiliation with the Inter
collegiate Association ot Amateur Ath
letics of America and tha lntarvii.i..
Gymnasts ot America, '
CURLEY IS READY TO
DEPOSIT BIG FORFEIT
SALT LAKU CITY, Vtah, Dec. M.
Jack Curley, manager 'of Jim Flynn. left
for Chicago today prepared to post flO.000
in cash to biud a match with Jack John
son for the heavyweight championship of
lie wllp renew his offer of tJO.000 for
Johnson's ehure of the purse for a finish
fight with Flynn. Curley states that he
haa received assurances that Johnson is
disposed to give the offer favorable con
sideration. If Johnson accepts the bout will be
staged just over the Nevada state line
west of Bjlfc Lak City.
Mam Crawford alajae Cealract.
DETROIT. Pec. .-8ant Crawford,
rlalit fUlaer. today signed, a Isll con
tract with the Detroit American league
baa ball rlub.
INSANITY IS INCREASING
' IN THEJJNITED STATES
WASHINGTON, Dec. . 3,-While the
total population of the United States In
creased about II per cent In the last six
years, the number of insane people was
augmented aurlng the same period by II
per cent. In I7i Institutions canvassed
by the census bureau up to January L
1H0. were 117.464 Insane patients, or an
Inoreaso ot n.tcg since 1304,
Massachusetts leads the states with
t44. Insane per 100.400 population, with
New York a close second 943.1 for every
Two Vets of
Two base ball figures who will play
prominent parts In the aeason of 1912. On
the left Is Jimmy MeAleer, former man
ager of the Washington Americans, now
part owner ot tha Boston Americans, who
la angling for trades to add youngsters
to bis clue's roster. On the right Is
Men of Many Nations
Speak at Convention
of the Historians
BUFFALO, , Dec. .-Jreat Britain.
France, Japan, Canada and - the South
American countries were represented by
speakers at today's sessions ' of - the
American Historical association and the
American Political Science aeadclatlon.;-.
. Inlso Nltrobe, from the.. First Imperial
College of Japatr read, 'an ...interesting
paper 'before the International relations
action on "The. American-Japanese Re
lations Prior to, Perry's -Advent." 'Henry'
Otll ot tb National University of La
Plata spoke, before the ' Anglo-American
and laatinvAmertcgn meeting- on' "The
Point of View (ft Latin America,", .
A plan for efficient state government
had the -attention- of the 'political science
At tha close of today's session both as
sociatloos will adjourn, the historians to
meet at Cornell university and the Polit
ical Science association at the Univer
sity ot Toronto for. the closing session of
the annual meeting fn Saturday after
noon. President Will
"WASHINGTON. Dec. 19.-Prealdent
Taft's last trip ot the present year will
lak him to Philadelphia for a three
hours stop and to dinner In New Tork
and Brooklyn. The journey begins to
morrow morning and end In Washington
on, Sunday. The president will be In the
White 'House to watch th old year out
and the new year tn.
Secretary ot the State Knox will ac
company the president to New Tork,
Senator Penrose wilt be hie guest as far
aa Philadelphia and Otto T. Bannard of
New York will come to Washington with
Mr. Toft. ,; .
In Philadelphia the president will at
tend the John Wannamaker fiftieth anni
versary and Jubilee celebration and will
Visit the offices ot a morning newspaper
and In New York will -be a guest at the
Cltitens' Peace dlnuer. and "look In" on
the dinner of the University club of
Brooklyn. He la due to leave New York
for Washington tomorrow st midnight.
Called to Testify in
SKATTLK. Wash., Dec. S.-George
Eckman, a local contractor, haa been
summoned to appear before the federal
grand Jury at Loa Angeles. Kckman was
a foreman In charge ot the conxtructlon
of the federal building at Los Angeles at
the time the dynamite was found near
the hall of records.
LOS ANGELES. Cel., Doc. I9.-WU-
nesses from, the Home colony near Los
Angeles, where David Caplan and Milton
A. Schmidt, alleged accomplicea of James
B. XloNemara In dynamiting, were said
to have sought refuge, were expected to
reach Lo Angeles today In response to
subpoenaea summoning them before the
federal grand Jury to testify as to any
possible knowledge they bad of the al
leged national dynamite conspiracy.
In addition to the Seattle wltneeaea. It
was thought that A. E. Yoell of San
Francisco, secretary ot the Astatic Ex
clusion league, would be called before
the Jurors today.
LINCOLN BASE BALL CASE
IS CONTINUED ONE DAY
LIN'COLN. Neb.. Dec 29.-Upon the
statement that the receivership suit
gainst the Lincoln ball rlub might be
settled before tomorrow without further
legal proceedings, the hearing on the ap
pointment of a receiver was continued
one day by Judge Stewart of the district
court htis morning. It is thought that
president Deapalu has arranged for the
sale of all or a portion of his interest in
llsrry David, new manager of the Cleve
land Americans, who is having his first
experience as a manager. Ills work on
the field as captain of the Athletics waa
of such calibre that a brilliant future
con be prophesied for him in his new
FIVE ARMY OFFICERS
SLATED FOR RETIREMENT
WASHINGTON',' 1. 29.-FIve officers
of the army, all above the grade of major,
have been ordered before retiring boards
In connection the the army "weeding out"
program, t They are Colonel' William L.
Pitcher, Infantry, FVrt McDowell, Cal.;
Colonel William P. Evans, Fort Leaven
worth, Kan.; Lieutenant' Colonel Jimes
B. Goodln, Seventh infantry. Army and
Navy General . hospital. Hot Springs,
Ark.: Major Wendell I Simpson. Fif
teenth, Infantry, ..New York. :Uy, and
Major Wlllium II. Brooks, medical corps.
Fort McDowell. CI. . .
These officers are now serving in the
continental United States. It Is ex
pected that several officers serving In
the Philippine also will be ordered be.
fore retiring boards. ' '
That's the way
must go. Many
l Every. far-
Suits and Overcoats that Culp-Langworthy sold
for 520.00 must go at $9.95
Suits and Overcoats that Culp Langwor thy sold c at
for $25.00 must go at .$12.45
Suits and Overcoats that Culp-Lang worthy sold t a tv?
for $30,00 must go at $14.95
?uit822(L9vcrcoats that Culp-Langworthy sold ci-il An
for $35.00 must goat $17.4D
Suits and Overcoats that C ulp-Langworthy sold cm r. ner
for $37.00 to $40 00 must go at .....i&iy.oD
Shirts and Draw.r., pur
luuiu a wool, ft kind. at.
per garment gl.sg
.r.y Sweaters in it.b'i
ria.lea at gl.60
alalf lots, 25c klndn. in-
eluding "Interwoven," at
Ilk. sad XOale half hose.
fu- and 7&c kind. ...SSo
Voloa Culte in ti and l
grades now go at, per
Z?Q For Culp-Langworthy
UrC Shirts that were $1 SO
TAFT BUREAU IN .WASHINGTON
President's Supporters May
Headquarters at Capital.
, , ,, , i
BARNARD ''MAY y'TAKE CHARGE
Report that the New York Leader
Will Look .After the Details
of President ' Taf t'a
Cans pal n.
NEW YORK, tDnc. 29,-It was reported
today that President taf t soon would ask
Otto T. Barnard of this city to accept an
Important position In connection with the
campaign leading .' up' to the republican
national convention. Jn the event that
Mr. Taft Is nominated at Chicago next
June, it was said. . Mr. Barnard. If ha
takes part In the' preliminary campaign,
might continue as one of the principal
advisers to the president until the votes
are cast in November.
President Taft has been urged by re
publican leaders to take a deeper Interest
In the pre-convenUon campaign. At least.
It is said he has consented that a' Taft
headquarters be opened In Washington at
an early date. Whether or not Mr;
Barnard will take charge of the head
quarters may depend on the conference
to be held In Washington the early, part
of next week, In which the president
Mr. Barnard and Secretary Charles D.
Hllles will participate. . The pressure ot
political business at the White House
has been Increasing steadily since the
meeting of the republican national com
mittee In Wasnlngton,. December 12, and
it Is said that the opening of a head
quarters has become necessary to divert
the flow of visitors from all sections of
There still exists the belief In political
circles' hero that Secretary HUlee will be
called on to direct the campaign for Mr.
Taft la the event of the latter's nomina
tion, but ther has been no dcflnte de
clslon to that effect. '
Mr. Barnard will accompany President
Taft . back to Washington on. Saturday
night, following- the peace dinner itl this
city and will spend New- "Year's day at
., , . v
all the Men's Suits and Overcoats
a merchandise "plum" remains in
fiar- )Mever& Co.''
ment of ut-.jfem," "Brandigee-Kirikdid &' Co."
most"class" ( and others as good. .
Buy whatever Furnishing Goods you
will need for a year. Look below for very
substantial reasons. . . .
Paaoy Testa at M
13 kinds at .95a
Kaahattaa Shirts in 13.60
grades gl.98, the i.6t)
grades gl.49. and the ti.ift
and 3 kinds $1.19
Man's Caps, 11.60 and
11 60 kinda ISo, and 11. uO
kinds must go at . ...5o
Holiday Jtoveltles by
hundred at cost to make.
Anto Olov.a, tnen'v 1 4 and
ta grade at ta.4S
Dmi Olovee, -men's ti
valuea at, pair 91.19
aTeokwear, men's 600 and
75c grades at ........ 9o
Kaadkerealefs, 75c silk
kinds at, each 990
Bbirta aad Drawers worth
i. at. garment ....91-95
Sverytalag In the way
of haberdashery reduced.
S P Pnrn art gt IfttV
0 wva iivt va a was
Uround Flor of City
rtwwvmnvarm rrrt ax- jkx o
the White House. It Is said thst the
proposition to Mr. Barnard to join the
Taft forces then will be made. Mr.
Barnard was republican candidate for
mayor In the last election.
Five Men Charged
' With Murdering a
Girl Near Lyons, 6a.
LYONS, Ga.. Dec, 28.-Charged with the
murder of Miss Nettle Newsora. ten miles
from here, five white men were placed In
Jail here today. They are John Toole and
His son, "Bud" Kason. James Mason, Jr.,
and a man named Falter.
The arrests resulted from the coroner's
4nqueet held today. According to reports
received hero Miss Newsom was shot
'down .Christmas night in the road near
her home. The men under arrest. It Is
said, had been drinking at a country
store and sent for Miss Newsom to come
to the store to play a piano for them.
The girl refused, and later the men are
said to have left the store for the New4
som home. A man named, Splvey, feartof
trouble, followed them. ' . "
Eplvey had not gone far, it Is reported
until ha heard a shot, and a moment later
MIss'JsewBom ran down the road and fell
dead at his feet. She had been shot
through the body. - ' t
FOUR MORE DEATHS IN
BERLIN MUNICIPAL HOUSE
BERLIN, Dec. Four mora deaths
from poisoning occurred today at tl4
Municipal Night Shelter for the Hornet
less, bringing the total 'tsf the fatalities
from the eating of fainted fish by a num
ber ofthe inmates on December 26 up tu
fifty-two. . Between ' seventy and eighty
men 'are stilt suffering' from the effects
of the consumption of the putrid fish, i
' ' Am t'gly Gash ,V
should be covered with clean bandaga;
saturated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Heals burns, wounds, sores, plies. 25o Fcf
sale by Beaton Drug- Co.. , J
.Key to the SttuatronBee Advertlal
Mufflers, knitted 11.50
kinds, at. each So
Vnloa Salts, 11.60 spring
needle kind at So
Valoa Suit. 12.60 , wool
kinds at, suit 91.99
Silk aTose, 91 and 9160
kinds, at, pair gSa
Silk Xoae in f:.K0 gra.lea
now at, pair ......... ago
Don't buy furnishings
before you visit here.
Hat that were $3.00
nnrl rTniinaif Clm.. A
utiu aauiiicy UUCCId
National Bank BIdg.
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