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HIE BEE: OMAIIA, THURSDAY. JANUARY 11. 1912.
"US BOYS"--You Wait, Skinny Shaner Will Get Desperate Some Day
By Tom McNamara
see i c aojT co our oi rue st h e t cause shrimp
fcjw VWAMrS to muss UPANO EMK-YMOKTOM
VVANr TOfAAkE M PLAY VWTM DOLLS AWO I '
CANT 60 DOWJ TO MR. UMPUS HOUSE CAUSC SH"'
FlVNM TOLD HIM I HURT HIM YESTERDAY AMD MR
LiMPuOS SOftE AT ME. I CAMl" STAYIr. THE HOOE
f ilKE JUAjrJANF ISWAWfJC, iNQIAAI BASKETS AND
SHE SAY&-1 BOTHER. HER. AiO MAMMA SAYS IF I DOr
p-s hav to woe werxe w my cellar till, soppp.
rVJV Y IIME -CEE I A1ISM IT WASmT 0 COLO ID,
1 c 5.MRIMP HAVE tOO
J SEEM SKINNY SHAnE
AR.0ONO ANY PLACE f
r iOPE and i'm lookwW now wmcki. in tvkTT) say emily; p;pe ihe ne w sro.
FOI HIM TOO. I OWE f WORLD DID SHE GOJ
1 H'Mi A SLACK EE
NU WA-( AND BE A (NOIAeJ 7 7T1
SHANE R. IS NOT HA VI NbMUCM
' a. yj j l
rflMF AWAY FfiCXA there J
i P-OS iNTANT! wHAroo
VVnil MFAM pw f.&AP.ftlMf,
4 SHRIMP SKATES LIKE J
J1? THAT J i
i vj-r run yoia exer see a ai
( THIS cw skates ?
til DO ) ALL THOSE IN eAVOft NICL SlgAMTT 6Y KEEPiNfa OotET
' Av IM GETTING TlRfcij
lOF THIS LINE OF
JOEAR. DEAR, DEAR. WHAT )
AN AWFUL BOTHER. KID5J
6RAr AWAY FROM)
ME AFTER THIS
ITS GETTING ON MY
AROIJMD EVERY DAY
LAKE A BOOB
ME AFTER THIS J
1 -.V"" TJ
7 D6E PI DOm)
ircAwree DON 6
WITHOUT A MAKEUP
I sTeve, i
ARTICLES SIGNED FOR FIGHT
Jack Johaion, Fynn and Carley Af
fix Their Sifntnrei.
jomrsos is to get $30,000
Arllrlr II ! Ibe lHl
' riraa Krerl Hli Km4
mt Hutllc with
Jack Johiuon, black chtmplon puulllft
( th world, hu dminl irtlrlra of Mre
bmbi to flfht Jim Flynn of Publo, L'uio.,
am Urn during the month of Jalr, ltU.
Jack Curly l promoting th fl(hl and
will par Johraon now; onc lhlrd of the
moTtn aletun fichu and 11.100 trmvelin
ipnaa, Johnson will, accordlnt to the
aaTMment, aporar In Halt lk City on
month bfor lh fl(ht to train. Tim 6ul
tlran of N Tork will hold th atakn.
Th aaTmnt enttnvd Into by Johnaon,
Flyan and Curlry follow, and doa not
how what Flynn ts to rch fur IM
Artlcl of aarcrment mad and n
tord Into by and betwn John A. John
aon. bttrr known a Jack Johnaon, of
Chicago, and Jim Flynn of pueblo, Coin.,
and Jack Cwrly ut Chicaao, HI., wlt
Jack Johnsoa wrm to ncac In a box
ing maun to a ftnlah for lh world
rhamptonahin with Jim F.ynn durlna lh
month of July, mil th exact dale to be
When Jr. ck Johnson and Jim Flynn Signed
Boated, left to right;
decided upon and Johnson to b so not I
fled hefor May 1. Klv-ounc glove tn
be oaed, soft bandage to b allowed
worn by th contestants; straight Mar
ojula of Quensbury rules to govern ajid
th refers to be mutually agreed upon.
Johnson further aarres to appear In
Halt I -at (Ity at least on monu. betor
th data of tue contest, ana to traiu at
tSe liflon there for the match.
Jack Curley. representing ths promo-1
ters of tax matrU, agrees to pay Jack 1
fS,hTrh.undhXmrr!.'.nh I WtnU lebtuka to Pity it Hinnetp.
CORN GOSPELBEING SPREAD
Publicist Parrish Starts Move for a
ASKS NEWSPAPEES TO HEIP
Doc. Krone. Jack Johnaon. Thos. II. Quill. Jim Flynn. Jack Curley. Standing, left to right: George H. Johnson. William Marshall,
! ' . ,
PARTT OATHBKF.D WHEN ARTIOI.K8 FOR THE BIO FIOHT WKHB RATIFIED.
GOPHERS IN DICTATOR ROLE
s? the mnvin oicture ruthts and the ad
tfitlonal sum of eleven nundred dollars
tl.Mn for hi training and traveling -psnae.
Th taking and handling of th moving
pictures to be mutually agreed upon to
th satisfaction of each of th abov
Jim K.yno and Jack Johnson agre not
to enrsae In any contest alter My L
111, without th written consent of Jack
Ourley. In addition l CMriey a consent
Flynn must bav the consent of Jack
Johnson and Johnson Ills consent of Jim
aand on hundred dollars tll.liN) for train-
Jack Johnson to recelre hl on thou.
Ing and traveling expenses at any tlm
after the posting of his forfeit.
Jack Curley agrees to post ten thousand
dollars (II (OH as a guaranty to carry out
th abeva agreement. Jack Johnson and
Jim Klvnn each airree to post t.vo thou
sand dollar V..M as a guaranty of car
rying out tnelr part of th agreement.
Should any on of lh partle r.irfelt, th
two remaining parties tu olvtu tlx money
so posted equally.
Tim Mulllvan of New Yortf- to act an
th stakeholder of thess forfeit". AH for
feits to be In the hands of t.e stake
holder not later than February It, lrlt
In witness whereof th parties hereto
tuvv signed their names and ra thia
lib day of January, lli. tslgnedi
' Witnesses: Harry J. liagerman. Pert
it. Clair, 0am P. Hall, Ernest Stout,
Valter H. Kckereall.
Klank Throws Defi
at Zbyszko, the Pole
Emll Klank, In behalf of Mahmout,
has Issued th following defi to Zbyssko:
"T th ftporting Editor of Th Dee: I
notlo by th press that Jack Herman ts
making a big holler about wanting to
aiv Ootcb tltl.OM to wrestle his big Pol.
Zbyssko. He knows that Ootch la out of
"Now If Herman nrans business. 1 will
glv him a match with Mahmout for a
aids bet of R.V to wrestle la public r
private. 1 will also give 1100 cash to
th first party that can fun th Pol
Into s match with Mahmout.
."ExtlL, KLANK. r
' Manager for alshinouL"
M'GOVERN AND WHITE FIGHT
. SIX FAST ROUNDS TO DRAW
ST, IXrUia Jta- 1-Binl Mc;ovem
f thla city and Krtvnk White of Cbtcaco
Ion tu tlx round to draw in lti CuU
Mum her tunijeht. Th fmhtr writhed
ta at 111 pound and put up a clever ex
hlbltioa of fat boxtui;.
Clarence Fern uf Kanva City ani
BUly Onipp, local Ny, went tlx round
t a draw, (urhttiif at IM Kunda. Tn
yrnjvjnipp bout war one of the heat
that has bean en here vine the re-oi.en-
inf f the bo line same inat July anJ
buth men mere hnsWi on each other
ne tbe taat bell razuj. The referee
made no delan.
olii Next Fall
COACH STIEHM RISES 15 PROTEST
Thoaakt rrwaabU I'arakaskera W ill
Drp Mlsaessta nasi Asses, Meet
lag Wlaroasla asd Texas
LINCOLN. Neb Jan, :.-(SpAlal.)-Tna
awnrano of foot ball relations be
tween Minnesota and Nebraska a a re
sult of th refusal of lh (Inphrra to sign
a contract to play In Lincoln grows
stronger earU jay.
Manager Karl O. Fager received a let
ter from Msnaaer Heron Lrarh of th
tjophrr Institution, tn which Leach In
dicates very plainly that th tloh-r
will not consider a propOAltton to play
In Lincoln. The letter reads as follows:
IB regard tu th gamea to be played In
Minneapolis next fall," specifying two
dates. Th date offered by lira tiopher
management are October III and 1A tuber
Th letter ts taken to be an Ironic
suggestion that th management refu.-es
to consider the potstbltliy of a game
between th Gophers and th Cornhusk
era to be played In Lincoln.
Caara (tlekas Object..
Mansger Eager has alwaya herctofor
acceded to the requests of th northern
ere to play at Minneapolis, but Hllehm.
upon who shoulders rest the burden
tor arranging th schedule for next fall,
Is Inclined to adopt a more mdeaendent
attitude, and frankly statea that In Is
not In favor of signing up for games
with tli Oupher unless ths northerners
are willing lo plsy on th Nebraska
ground as well as at Minneapolis, rltl'hm
looks favorably lomtrtls a game Kith
Wisconsin, Inaemurh as the Badgers art
willing to come to Lincoln, where they
should prove a tremendous drawing
Wisconsin has offered Nchratka October
It and In case the Illinois-Wisconsin
...lotlnna fall throuuh. promises to
com 1.) Lincoln for the closing gme of
the season. In th advent that Dcgot-s-lions
are clonvU with Wlaconnn. It Is
jultc probable that Nebraska will turn
up bvr ause at Minnesota.
, , Aesea 'lay Ua.
Ames Is another school which will
probably be eliminated from th Corn
huskrr schedule. The Nei.raaksns have
always encountered a stiff battle with
the Acgo-e. wlu.e lh tiuanclal Inducement
is not ationg enough. The crowd at
Ames last fall was a dl.t.n.t dissuiwlnt
ment to the Nebraska management.
Texas Is also being considered strongly
Letter Men at the '
- Omaha H School
to Be Awarded "Os"
Th sixleen letter men of the litll foot
Pall siunit f th Omnha High school
will officially hs awarded tholr ")" at
a pilvate meeting at th school this
noon. Tli ceremony will be brief and
u:ily th sixteen foot ball lads and th
five members of the athletic board of con
trol will be admitted.
Hitherto the award of letters lias been
a prominent school affair, when all th
students were allowed to attend, but lh
athle'.lo board decided at a meetlns this
afternoon to abolish thla custom. Prof.
C, E. ncd, athletic director, will make
the presentation of 'Oa."
ALLOT GRAND CIRCUIT DATES
Resident of Omaha
Expires in West
Norman Bennet. 2417 Templeton street.
who has been at Long Urarh. Cel., for
his health during the last two months,
died Sunday, presumably from heart
failure. Th body la being brought back to
Omaha by Mrs. liennet, who was with
him when he died. Th widow will be
mat at Cbcyean by relatives, and th
party will arrtva her Thursday.
Mr. Bennett was al years old, and came
her from Una a few years ago. To
gcther, with John I. Fleming, he con
ducted a small notion stor at 4t;'t North
Twenty-fourtii street. He la survived by
two sons, Ttieron C. Bennett and Vernon
C. Bennett, both of lb bchmuller A
Mueller music bouse.
cold tn Minnesota and the Dakntas.
All through Iowa ' railroads report rero
weather last nlcht and nothing tn I'-.tll-
. . . f.- v.- - i m. .(cat that it Is going to he much warmer
Steward of Bij Zing make Cnang-e , tn, nmr lu ,,,. cnv.n , m.
r at Annual Meetinr.
NEW YORK HAY SEE TROTTERS
ftraatsr Bailey Makes Effort ta
liar Harness Meeting Held at
tirsvrscad Track .Next
NEW YuKK, Jan. W.-Orand circuit har
ness racing will undergo Important
changes next summer as the result of
action taken at th annual meeting of
stewards held her today. In th allot
ment of dates, made public tonight. New
York City and Pittsburgh are admitted to
th circuit, Lexington, Ky., Is Invited to
join: Columbus Is reinstated, whl! In
dlanapalols. lnd.. Is withdrawn, and
Orand Kaplde. Mich., and Goshen, N. Y..
(.V. Y ). arc out for the coming year, at
Ths dates assigned are; Kalamatoo,
Mich., July 1V3D; Detroit, Mich., July
LL-Ti; Cleveland, O., July S-August 3;
Buffalo. N. Y.. August 1-10; Pttuburgh,
l's., August U'-IT; New York. August 1
:i; R.advlle. Mass., August 36-31; Hart
ford, Conn., September 2-7; Syracuse, N.
T , September -U; Michigan State fair,
September U-il; Columbus. O . September
A tao-weeks' meet st Lexington Is ex
pected to follow the Columbua meeting,
If th Lexington club accept the late
'dates. It was stated that the Lexington
club would probably come In. but It could
not be determined until after the annual
I meeting of the club on January K.
j Th New York Idea I said to be
hacked by United States Senator Joseph
W. Bailey of Texas, president of the
. American Trotting association, who Is In-
THE E. A. CUDAHY HOME. In the plan to hold a trotting m et there
since t her la little propcl of running
races this year. I
In awarding N?w York a meet th
application of W. A. tiove, owner of the
Lack at Salem, N. II.. was rejected,
with the proviso that If plans for races
here do not materialise the dates would j
be assigned to Salem. Th admission of !
Pittsburgh was unopposed.
The stewards voted to abolish the of
fice of a national Judge and starter, anj
authonicd tarn trotting association to
.nil'") a presiding Ju.lre and official
stsrter. The offir of master of trans
portation also was afcoliaiicd. A reduc
tion In the annua! Dues of associations
and clubs from $:2a to C was made by
II. K. IwvereauT of Cleveland was
unanimously rc-rlccted president of the
Mard of steward. A. E. Perrlu of Syra
D CREIGH10N BUYS
The U. A. Cudahy home at the ouU:
wet cornrr of Tttlrty-acventh street and
Lwcy aenue Wi&aoli yesterday to J- 1
C murium oy A. V. Tukry t Sn- Ur.
Crviahtuti will lake iioion at oik
and will niuve in about Kfbruary 1 from
ht prr.ent u suit nee at eiH North Turn
tteth sirwt. tlit- lornitftr h-ui of the late
Count John A. freiijhtun.
F.xctpt Ww rfttttenc of (Jwrge A. Jos-
tjn Mn i riiihlon tit-w home 1 the
most expensive In the city. Willi ir!
itr-uivl It -t Mr Cudahy HAOJU, and. !
;ontUTifw; thr pretnnt price of bulidnu j
mlrisl. it ct utd not be dup icaUd mm
lire state, but It Juu not been drifting
since Monday nittht. when Oie northern
portion was hit by a bl lizard.
Effort Is Rein Mnde la Aroaae
ETerjr Knriarr la tba State to
the 7HmuUy of ftelertlaff
t;ood Need Corn.
In Its campaign for good seed corn the
publicity bureau of the Omaha commer
cial club hk.n suggested that m ws papers
in the towns of the state start local seed
corn con 1 1 signs. Manatcr Parrish has
sent lhe following letter to editors:
Experts Iriinri the Nebraska riiatf Ann
cultural cniitga ttay tliut. after ttiorougn
teals In Utl.erent pans nf the s.nte. it
hus bfen denionbtrsied that seed corn is
In bad condition and that the perventaice
of corn tuat will germinate is very low.
M per cent at the most, running as low as
10 per cent.
Thin means that unless this condition la
catld to the, attention of the farmers
corn that will not germinate will be
planted and an a rtsult a gigantic loaa,
affet'ling not only th farmers but the
gtmerai business interests of the com
munity will follow.
Such must be prevented. To obviate
this condition a publicity eempaign has
bfn started, which has for its object
that of gettiiig the fanners to teal their
Your help s needed. Will you eo
opcrate In a campaign to prevent a 'loss
of tlii.vi4f.0UO or liD.WQ.OiiO In the lil2 yield?
Any way you look at it the planting of
untested seed corn means an enormous
loss, probably one-third of the normal an
nual yield. You know what this means
to the stale.
You can aid in preventing such a de
plorable condition by giving wide pub
licity in your publications and by your
suggestions, editorial and otherwise.
We are enclosing a pamphlet which
tells how to test seed corn. Will you run
this in your paper, suy from now until
th middle of iUarch. well displayed?
You will reap the benefits when the corn
The work must be done within the next
thirty or forty days. Within that time
int larmers must be aroused to the neces
sity of testnng their seed corn. The only
way thev can be brought to reallxe the
critical situation which they are faclrur
;s by your help.
Please fill out the enclosed card and
drop it In the mafl box. Th malla will
do the rest.
Stock Given City
Donations of Auditorium stock hsva
reached a total of l.W, shores, eighty
xhxreholders having given their entire
holdings. The latest donors are:
Lucri..t s. Bradley, share 1
ilerman Kunde r
V. D. Jlcllugh
John II. MrShane
Ueorgc W. Doan ...
Hash L. William ...
3. W. Undssy
M. O. Cunningham .
John W. Ba:tln
F. W. Knot well
John R. Brandt
City Clerk Butler Is unable to reach all
stockholders, but those who have been
sent the letter requesting donations of
slock have responded generously.
Death of Patrolman
Patrolman James B. Wilson died 'of
pneumonia at hi borne, 2tiu North Eigh
teenth street at 3 o'cloak yesterday
morning after an Illness of about lout
oiflcer Wilson was (0 yer old 'and
n ad been a member of th Omaha police
department sine December 16, 1898. Be
fore the advent of th automobll police
patrol Mr. Wilson was patrol driver.
During th last month ha bad petroled
a beat radiating from. Ten lb stmt and
H ta surrreed by M wlf and aamali
son and daughter. . ,
Key to th Situation Bee Advertising.
Leads in an
ruvtns, lc.dt:s billtaid tuum, fuc bain
rooms, laundry and storage rooms.
1 he con i. iderat.cn in the sale ia not
Te.ss U also being censtdereu strong... understocKl that ilr. j " L T,.T "l 7 , .
by M.brfe. the closing gam. of the J , I was elected " to sue-
COLUMBUS BASE BALL
DIRECTORS MEET FRIDAY
COLCMBCS. Neb.. Jan. . Special. I
Tbe directors of th Columbua base baM
dob will bold their first meeting since
their siertloa an Friday evening of this
week. At this time they will elect two
delegates to attend th Mate meeting ef
th arsba and also outline a program fur
Jm As yet a new manager has not been
annannced and will ia all probability not
be on til after th state meeting. Tli
MAY GO TO DES MOINES
win ananxe i - twe. i Cisrli and Charles that .ill iw.
Twenty-flv track athelete are work- 1,,J,, ,h(l m
Ing out In the gymnasium every nlgiit .
PEAL ES I ATE MAN
whth ct.rr.es later In the spring. Reed , GET? ONE-YEAR SENTENCE
wuii Atnui aii i. CHICAGO. Jan. W.-The IVderaon-Mah
preparing l enter u.. irj. . . K Weeks, forrr-r Omaha real ' mout wrsstltng match, set tentatlvelv for
York City for th annual Olymp.cs. . niM iUr. with offices la the llrandels ! here, may be transferred to
Stiehm h written to btagg to axertain baiiding. who was Indtrtol st Aberdeen, i Kansas City or Hes Moines. Club In
th date of the tryouts. Reed Is resa.oed s l t by m .petal federal grand Jury I trtl cl,! Bi4 k-d or h bout. The
as one or i ne oeei """ " l :, r conspintig to defraud the government ! club which p'anned to stag th contest
and Racely has shown remarkable torm:f pub.lr lands, was sentenced by the ' her Is not certain tliat lh n-ayor wi:l
a a col.egc athte. Anderson in the d.s- federal d.atrlct judge at Aberdeen Mon- gant a permit for it j
tanee rune ... . , j m jear n a o in in penlten- :
a great tleid at the but Indoor meet In . t.ary at Leavenworth. Kan. j
Omaha two years ago. 1 Weeks' scheme was to Import a num- .
' ber of men and have them take up home- I
Aa Aaaertraa Klag . stead, anion were turned over to him I
Is the great king o curve,- Dr. Kins's; after being proven up. When Indicted he!
TRAINS ARE GETTING
TO THEIR SCHEDULES!
All trains from the east snd south ia.
Interested In the national game are of the ! New Discovery, th quick, safe, sure suddenly disappeared from Aberdeen, but i dar ere running close to schedule Urn.
vptnioa that pro peels for a good as son cough and eold remedy. 3c and p OA For be was located her and taken back by The trains fiom the north were from one
tag eonanc rear are very good.
sal by Beaton Drug ta.
Deputy Marshal Hayes,
to three hours late an account ef sever
We back P. A. to measure up to your
idea of a pipe smoke to answer the
jimmy pipe test. The field is open. None
are barred. We pat oar trait in quality. If
you think you may like aome other tobacco better than Prince
Albert, give 'em both a good tryout, then take your choice.
That's the true American spirit of fair play. It's the Spirit of
Seventy-six, the spirit in which our forefathers scrapped for their
rights long ago. That's why we framed this talk around the good
old Liberty Bell.
the national joy smoke"
is made with the one idea of giving you
the best pipe tobacco your money will
buy. That's the simple reason why
Prince Albert is now the largest sell
ing pipe tobacco in the world.
Men like P. A. iu splendid flavor and
fragrance its close-fire and long-burning
qualities they like it because it
The patented, exclusise process takes
out th sting put P. A. in a class of
its own make ubstitute a joke.
Try the tidy red tin for a dime, or red cloth bar for s cents
-handy for cigarette makin's half-pound and pcund en
humidors and pound glass humidors.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem. N. C.
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