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THE BEE: OMAIT.C TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1912.
Really, Mutt is Taking Advantage of Jeffs Slow Think Tank
By "Bud" Fisher
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CORNHUSKERS FOR BASEBALL iuto Races' to Be : .
Run on Maine Coast
tfiuvertity of Kebruka ,Athletic
.Botvrd Kay Betums it Af tin.
BE. C1APP BEADS BESOUJTIOSS
aiwirl Valley Cwaferear Willing
t IkhiIh Player Waa Have
- Eiaeno Maaey law
;' , " Their Beret. n
(Proa a BUR Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jim. U.-SpeclsJ Telegram.)
At Um regular monthly meeting of tin
"university Mhlauo bord Monday night
laitlal aues r Uken towrd tin tb
lammeht of bu tall following III abolish
ment twe year ago owing to tho edition
of a. aummar tax bail mis' by the Mi
aeurl Vellty eonferene.
Prof. Clepp, who repreeented Uia uni
versity at tha Miaaourt Vallar conference
martins, read a aarlaa of resolutions
; whlcit wre piMented at th laat regular
conference of tha different scnoois in
tha rallar. hwklnc lorwart to tha aub
llihnwnl of baaa ball upon a atiMr bsafa.
Tba raaotuUona prova that all may par
tlripata la colladata baaa ball wh ban
only accaptr4 ttpanaa moaay for taair
anrtroa durlnc tha aummar.
Tha ambigoity arlalnc from tha tarn
'"expanaa" aa railad to tba attMlttOn of
tha board, but It la qulta llkaly that Na
bratka will farorlha ratura of baa ball.
An miormal dUcuaalon waa bald, but no
action takw at thla data, owing to tha
fact that atvarai mambara of thu Board
war not promt at tha maatlnc atid tha
mambara dcotred lonitr tlma In which to
consider tha mattar.
' Tha nil la now flat acalnat aeeaptlnf
money for aervleaa oa any taam. It la
aald that tba new yul la aimed only
acalnat tha mambara of leagua tatma ar
outlaw leafiM tea ma. .
Tba board took a bard rap at tha man.
aomont of tba Cornnuakar banquat Who
Incurred a deficit f aver HOI In holding
tba big annual toed auppoaedly In honor
of. tha toot ball me. Tha commit toe In
charaa reported to tha board aa eltreor-
dlnary larga deficit and aekM.that tha
alhletie board appropnau eutflclent fuuda
to eorer It Thla waa turned down, al
though tba board did approprlatt eome
fundi to meet debit watch called tor
Immediate payment. I
Tha mambara .axpreeaed dlaaallifactloa
with tha management of tha banquet and
believed that tha commute uad at
tempted to do tee much. Tha deficit re
sulted tram tha expected aala of aeata to
Michigan rootera, tha aforeeald VTol'rer
Inea failing to ahow up. After oanatderlng
thee two matter tna board adjourned
without eoaetderlng conalderabl bualneaa
ot a routine nature.
NEW YORK. Jan. B.-Amcng tha im
portant automobile .race that will be
bald thla year la a meet at Old Orohard
Beaok la Maine. There on July 1 I and
I motor oar will rao at every atandard
dletanee known to promoter. Short
print, long diet Be drlvea and e Uncial
record trial will all bava a place on the
card. ' i .
1,0 ula rdabrow, the well-known driver,
whe 1 to be In charge of the Cae learn
made the announcement ot the meet Ma
aald that all detain for the American
Automobile aaaodatloa'a Miction had
been oomnllod with and that plana are
being puehed to make the event, the
mnat Important In the eat. Mllltla hire
been aerured to polio the enure, which
la uauatial, being that tha mart will laat
threodaya. Over ,m apectatora are ex
pected to attend. ' i v 1 ,
The program haa been aubmltted to
the American Automobile eaeoetatton mh
(et board, add t oouree any annonno.
ment of event would be prematura. It
I known, however, that a mnlet re
am bllng a road rae In length will k
put on bene the neoeeetty for mllltla
policing. All the. prominent driver and
car In thla Country will compete, for tha
meet la being planned on a aoale toa Im
portant to overlook. Disbrow will be an
hand with thd new M noree-power raatr
that tht. CaM 'eempkhy ta building for
him. The root of hit taam will alto be
;fc line. ' ' . . . . i .
The oouree la' remarkably tut. In fact
It he been oalled tha "Dayton of tha
Nnrth.V At Old Or hard mllea of band
atretch awal, arnooth and etoaely packed
The oouree will be ) feet wide and two
mile long, condition that will permit ot
terrlflo a peed. A every ctaea of ear
will be raced, according to tha American
Automobile aaaoetatlon provlelona, a wld
rtpreeeniatlea ot manufacturer la aa-
aurrd. rred Wagner, official atarter ot
all btg race In thla eouatry, ha been
ereurod to handle tha meet.
WEATHER WARMS IN WEST
Condition Geneimlly Improved Be
tween ier and Mountain.
TRAINS HZA&EE TO SCHEDULES
BacVk- wt lb Sever C.U gpell
aeem ta Be Broke, with
Warmer Weather la the
The railroad weather heap ahowa a do-
elded Improvement of condition la the
country west of the Mleaour! river,
everywhere the temperature I higher
than Sunday, with almuet aummar
weather In portion of Wyoming.
Along tho Northweatern, from long
Pin to Lander, temperature at I o'clock
yeeterday morning ranged from M to )
degree above aero. Laat af Long line
and down through the Klkkorn valley,
tha range waa from 28 above to H) below.
On the Union pacific from Cheyenne to
Oreen River, the range of temperature
wa from W to al degree above,
through Nebraska, from North Platte
weet, from U to M above. In Colorado
the temperature waa from 11 to al above.
while down In Kanaaa It waa from I to
The Burlington' report ahowed t to 11
below on the Wymore dlrldon, I lb
above on th McCook. t to above oa
tha Sterling, and 11 to above on tha
bhertdaa dlvtalon, Bherldan being th
warm eel apot on th map.
, Bverywheie In th weet th report
oam vf clear and calm weather, while
la loe condition were much different
'there toatlnued cold wa reported, with
a heavy kt.l of enow along th Chicago
ureal Vteetern, In the nortuern part of
tha etate. '
Moderating weather with a rialng tenv
pwatur la Poracaater Welau'a prediction
for today for Omaha and vicinity, and
although be doea not want to make a
predieUon for In balance ot the week
he la Inedned to believe that tba mer-
BIO CHIEF BENDER OF THE
; TRIBE 07 C05KTOACKS.
COCKING MAIN IS BROKEli
s UP BY POLICE OFFICERS
NEWPORT, O Jea. U.-rorty-nlna per
ami. representing many Ohio town, only
on being from Newark, were arretted
today by local notice and county deputle
who raided a basement where a cocking
main waa la progresa. About tarty btrde
were getting down to th preHmirirtee
when the officer made their descent and
created a panic among the epectator
and promoters, . .
Only on patrol wagon waa available
ahd when a doaaa prisoner baa been
loaded Into It the others were marched
overland, a distance of twe mllea u
wear-ear wthr, to the city prison.
That institution ing already filled with
prisoner, polio court waa convened Im
mediately and th entire number of de
fendants were aemaid flae and com
aggregating HTJe each.
U. P. General Agents
. With aa attendance .of thirty-flm the
general agenta ot the I'nlon Pacific held
th first aeadon of their contention thla
morning, meeting In on of the targe
room on th third floor, oaat wing, of
th new headquarter, Oerrlt Port, P
eenror traffic manager, presiding. Th
time of the morning aaeaton waa con
sumed almoat antlrely. by Mr. Port who
addreeeed th general agenta, talking to
them oa paaeengtr traffic matter.
At I o'clock th meeting adjourned to
the Loyal hotel, where the viettlng rail,
road men war the fvleete of Mr. Port at
lunch. Thla afternoon they were back
at the meeting piece, the number having
Mi augmented by a number whe arrived
oh delayed train. Th afternoon meet
ing waa entirely Informal, the program
taking on th form ot a "round table"
talk, each maa present feeling free to
e sprees hi views relative to matter
Tuesday, the second and laat day ot the
convention, Elmer Wood, freight traffic
ruins or, will preelde and deliver the
principal address. After thla the dlacda-
eten will b upon freight matter and
will b aa onea discussion.
oury will la Its a big Jump and etay at alto have a better
"Chief Charlea Albert Bender, who ha
been choeen among the twenty greatest
Indian thlte In history. The crack
t wirier of the Athletics deserve the honor
too: In fact ha la worthy of being picked
among the "one greatest Indian of them
all." In an Interview the other day. Ben
der declared that ha la In fine phyeloal
condition even now. and that be expected
MORE RIOTING IN LAWRENCE
Two Companies of Kilitia Called to
ETERAL ARRESTS ARE HADE
Gate af Mill Are Larked aad Mar
Thaa Forty Theasaad Opera,
tlvee Are Idle, Half af 0
The aa htrlke.
during Mil than
oomfurtabi figure above aero.
I V : Cld lleaeare Kat. '
' WAHHINUTON, Jan. It-Tha national
capital ahlvered today In the grasp of a
cold wave which drove the mercury at
th weather bureau down to 11 below
aero, within two degreee of the record
temperature If be tow on February 11,
list. The city for daya haa felt the atlng
ot the frigid wave that ha awept the en
tire Atlantic seaboard, but the lowest
temperature waa not reached until
o'clock thla morning. .
The intensity of th cold, however, now
haa been dleeipated. Th thermometer
registered II above at I o'ooch, and Wash
ington, la common with the rest of tha
country, will ehare a season of milder
Northfleld, Vt, with a regtatretloa ot
I below aero, was officially th coldest
piece a th eouatry today. Temperature
nearly aa low ware recorded at many In
land New England point, The north
Atlantic jtata suffered less, the min
imum al Boston, being I below. A Hk
temperature wa reoorded at New York,
Philadelphia and Boston. On th uth
Atlantic coeet S abov waa the reading
at Jacksonvl.ls. Fie., while on the North
Carolina coast It waa W above,, aad be
low at Linchburg. Va.
he bad laat year, when he waa th chief
factor In the ' Athletic' winning of th
JOHNNY SUOENBERQ WILL
BOX WITH CARL MARTIN
Johnny Sudanbarg, protege ot Paul
Hurray, the well known Omaha scrapper.
agreed to appear tonight In a tx
round axhlbitloa boat with Cart Mania
of Council bJufta belor th Omaha Ath
letic dub in th Savoy gymnasium.
PUEBLO TEAM BOUGHT
BY WICHITA CITIZENS
While He is Asleep
Nichols Sank, a policeman, wa
robbed of a gold watch and ft m money
whil h slept yeeterday morning at bis
horn. tM North Twenty-! th atreet
Mnke le member of the night force and
aleepe In th daytime. He haa reported
the theft to hi follow officer.
GEORGE CROOK RELIEF .
CORPS INSTALLS OFFICERS
Own Crook' Poet and oorp gov a
Joint Installation In their halt. Twenty
fourth street and Am s venue, Friday
evening. The following IsdJee were In
stalled: President Mr. ' Elisabeth
, WICHITA. Kan., Jan. 11-Th deal wa. I b..,,,., Mnto, w, Mrs. N.lli Tony;
closed today for tb purchase of the in- umor Tlc. Mrs. Ida) Bugh: chaplain.
ebut base ball elub from Prank Moan. 1 Mrl g,unt gtevene; conductor. Mrs.
Th frsjs-klse will be trsneferred back tElMa Hall.- eseHtant conductor, Mr.
Wichita. Oame will be piayea la a
towntowa park. A company , at M bos!,
as man awn th new team.
CeabhMer learn ta aeeth. '
. CHICAOO. Jan. K.-Harry Orablneer.
suriaiy to Charles A. Com! sky af the
hicsso Amerl n leaau has bil Huh,
pnrted tonight oa trip through th
southwest te arrange for th dub
, i irbr training' Lit snd a eerie Af ex
hihitloa . Orabtneer will rts.t Pt
ath and Kansas City. Mo,. Pen
vtenh. Ualveeton. Haa Antonio. Austin.
4:rslcaa and Waco,. Tex. t
Mary Decker; guard. Mrs. Boa Ck
ady: assistant guard, -Mr. Barr; patrl
otle loslractor, Mrs. Addle Hough; press
ukrraipondent ra. E. Hull; music Ian.
Mrs. Terment; color bearer, Mr. R. T.
hlelda. Mr. Barah Hum. Mr. Lucy
Wlngard aad Mr. Eater White.
PAJRBURT, Neb.,' Jen. ls.-Bpeetal.)-Arthur
Ooff and Mlsa Elisabeth Balrd.
two prominent young people, surprised
their frleade by going to Beatrice and
getting married Saturday. Rev. J. W.
Pernor officiated. Mr. and Mr. Ooff
hav returned to Palrbury and ar re
eervtag tha congratulation af friend
and relatives. Th groom la the eldest
eon of Mr. and Mrs. o. A. Ooft who llv
five mile north of Palrbury. They will
msks their horn an a farm near Pair-
RAPID CITT, B. D.. Ja. U.-(8pclal.)
Two lineal descendants ot famous In
dian chiefs were wed here when Justice
Joy performed th ceremony tor George
Uttledog and Mill American Hon.
Both an full blooded Sioux Indian. Lit
tledog' bride wa tb widow ot Black
Crow and is a daughter at American
Hot, on of th beet known Sloax chief
In South Dakota' early history, who
was prominent In the battle af Wounded
Knee aad lad th uprising at that Um.
VICTIM OF ACCIDENT :
ASKS FOR 140,500 DAMAGES
'Suit ta recover SSXesl iw person in.
lurtea ha been started In federal cou-t
galas the Armour Packing company by
Smith ArhuckK, who was formerly em
ployed la th Artnoar tot bete at Mam-
Sesstaattaa Seat ta Braate,
WASHINGTON, Jan. tt. Among nom-
mism sent t-i th senate by the prssl.
lent today were th following: Peetmaa.
an S-MlM u i-blkta. tinesl Cltr.
Kan.: Joseph H. Hamsoa. Denver, Chief : ahla. Neb, aad who wsa Injured far life
whea th bens o! lapse while be was
A aoreui ot docks and vara with rank
A rear admiral). CTM Ensinsar Homer
R. Btanford. V. S. N . succeeding Admiral
H. C. HoUiday. Prsstdent Taft also esnt
i tb nenunstlon or C. V. M4rgaa of
New York as ambassador te Brssil to
Inrln; B. Dudley.
P-OCHEgTEJt N. Y, Jan. Is.-0rg
Barr al isuessa, the euther had pssp.
wrtght, est cam te Rochester yertsr
day to see th premier of his p.sy. "The
Flyers. " which win be glvea here tonight,
(igbtiag off a threatsaed attaek of
sw-eatncttis and mar bar t go t Nw
I era tor aa operation, , .
Callahan is Sued
for Attorney Fees
John M. Macfarland, attorney, who ten
years ago dafsndsd Jama caiianan
against a charge ef kidnaping Eddie Cud
ahy, ha started ault In district court to
collect . for hi service from Calla
Th petition allege that when Callahan
aa accused of the kidnaping he em
ployed Macfarland to defend him, but waa
wltheut sufficient money to pay what
Macfarland thought the work wa worth.
An agreement wa mad by which Calla
han wa to psy Macfsrland COM tmmsdi-
ately after the death of the hue Jamaa B.
Caliahan. father of the socused man. The
father haa been dead for montha. but
Ca.lahaa baa not paid th K.4M, y th
Macfarland ha attache property of the
estate of Jama B. Callahan to aecure hi
ciaim. Mr. Mary J. Caliahan. adminis
tratrix ot th setst. haa filed a motion
to dusnlv th attachment on th ground
that none of Jam Callahan's debtor
bar a right t attach th estats's prop
erty. After b ha paid Callahan hi In-
harltane the attorney will have a right
to gu and attach, aha claim.
LAWRENCE. Mass.,' Jin. li-Dls-
order before th gataa of the great tex
tile milla of Lawrence became so frequent
and menacing today that two companies
ot mllltla were called from th armory
to aaa-ei ths poll of ,n controlling the
turbulent foreign opera Uvea. Th uproar
at th mill gate waa so great that seven
of tb big pisnji were shut down. Sev
ers! shots Into the air were fired by Um
nolle and hum arrtft war made.
During the raids on the mill n doaen
or more operative war injured, but
It I estimated that neary IMOd hand
ar Idle, half of whom sre actually ou
atrlke and the others forced out by th
stoppage of tha machinery. The trouble,
which began laat Friday, when a mob
stormed several of th mills and Injured
mployes and prrperty, ar due to a gen
eral reduction In wag neoualtaled,
th manufacturers say by a cut 1st th
ork.ng um from fifty-alx to fifty-four
hour a week by a new state law govern
ing establishments where women aad
minor . employed.
Th mill closed ar th Wood, Ayer
and Washington, controlled by th Ameri
can Woolen company and employing 11,
m persons, the cotton mill of the Ar
lington, Everett Femberton corporation
and the mills of the Lawrence Duck
company, employing tftJO more. .
Other woolen and cotton milla. the em
ployes of which aggregate tiN, ar run
ning on a email seals.
It waa believed that practically every
mill in Lawrence would be forced to
clo. - - -
Th trouble today began with an at
tempt by the strikers to rush th door
t th Wood worsted mill and the
Prospect woolen milla The attempt at
both place wer repuled by th nolle,
who used their club freely and mad v
Disorder before th gat of th great
textile mill of Lawrence became so fre
quent and msnanclng this morning that
even compsnle of Infantry and a bat
tery of field artillery were called from
their armotle m Lowell and Haveth.ll
to assist the police In controlling the
turbulent mobs of atriklng foreign opera
tive. During th noting mure than a
doaaa persons were Injured, two by a
gayonet wound and two by bullets.
Thirty-five arreet were made. :
A call wa sent to several ettle for
mllltla and police officials. Th mllltla
ar armed with muaketa and equipped
with. bail shot At noon th authorities
had th situation well la hand.
Among the arrested today wa Joseph
Mlxon, a Poiiah strike leader, who haa
figured In labor trouble In other place.
Twe mill hand who were directing a
hoe on th crowd were (lightly wounded
n th hand with bullet.
Family is Found
Living in a Tent
" DuringBitter Cold
Associated Charity workers, led by Mis
Ida V. Jontx. found a family, confining
ot a deserted wife end her numerous
brood, living In a tent on Orand avenue
Sunday. In the bitter weather the
mother had found It almoat Impossible
to keep her children warm and their ut
tering was Intense. Willing hands
brought them food and fuel and forced
the protesting mother to accept the dona
ALCO BREAKS WORLD
RECORD FOR NONSTOP
Jack Sharp haa received a telegram
ttlng that th Alco track broke the
world nonstop record of in) hour Sat
urday morning. Monday tha ninth day ot
continuous asrvlc th speed ograph regis
tered M hour.
rael Raeart C Maeaisa.
KANSAS CITT, Jan. U. -Colonel Roa
rt E. KdmoMoe. president of tha Here
ford Cattle Breeders' National aaeodatloa.
died at his reach near Claude. Tex., to
day, according to a received by
Dr. M. M. Edmoaeoa, a so who lire
11 wss year old.
Mtaslaar Presssat Maa Metarwa.
FREMONT. Neb.. Jan. 14. (Special.)
J. W. Allbery. an active mission worker.
who disappeared from hero last wee
under circumstances which mad hi
friend tear that he bad bee overcome
by the cold, returned Friday night HI
family found him sitting In front of a
heating stove St his home. HI feet and
heads were chilled, but not badly frosen.
Prom a stmt car transfer ticket In his
pocket h had evidently been In Kansas
City oa Thursday.. II Is at present under
a doctor' care and una bis to give any
account of himself since last Wednesday.
ta It R. M. Johnston and Ml P. Har
rington are th attorneys for th plala-
. Permits to wed hav nee granted th
Name aad Address.'
Jeaefiii Kaenarek. Osnaha.
Antonio BMehova, Omaha..,
William P. Lpneh. Omal.
Man Kauaer. umana
Dana R. Mat a. Cttc. Nab
Mildred K. McAllister, Omaha.
Halstrad' Baak Baraa.
HALBTEAD. Neb.. J as. l.-tpclsJ
On Friday night after, a s'ctock. fire
broke out In th basement at th Hal
stead bank hoUding. owe ef th finest
brick structures, and destroyed tb fu
ture and furniture, and th plant glass
front Smoke alio pastretd Dr. Lewis
dental parlor a the second floor, and
TlnrriTg- them. The em; did dsa
ag ta W. D. McCarthy- law efficet
Th Ma wis) several hundred dollar.
Th key te success la btmlnes at th
Judk-leue aad persistant us ef nswspapei
Raveaaa Wla frees- Lltrhflrld.
RAVENNA. Neb.. Jaa. li.-tpeclal.)-Th
basket ball team from th Litchfield
High erhoel played th Meal high school
team at this Place Friday svening. The
Litchfield boy were older and larger.
but th Ravenna boy had th most
At the end of the first half th
waa tied and at the end of tb sec
ond half stood M to in favor of Ra
Asks Release aa Ball.
FREMONT, Neb., Jan. hV (SpeclaLr
Aa appiloatioB of Al Prayn, who Is la
th county Jail - awaiting trial oa th
charae of shooting Mlk Oorey oa Christ
mas day, wa argued before Judge Hot-
leabsck la district coest Saturday. Th
defendant claim that ewtag to th show
rug ef self dufanss tha ehergs la an oa
which be can be released ea bail, who
th Stat contends that It Is sot balUbls.
A anva probably win b handed down
OSTLER SISTERS MARRIED
WIIH DOUBLE CEHEMONY
Mine Barbara at. Ostler and B.
Ostler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oaorg
Ostler. t;m Webtr atreet. were united
In marriage Sunday at noon at th par
ant' horn. Th grooms are Leslie ft
Cobb ot Elk City, Nob., And Arthur E.
Orau of Waehlhgton, Neb., the former
with Mis Barbara Ostler snd Mr. Orau
taking Ml B. Ostler tor hi brtd. Th
ceremony wss performed by Rev. Charles
W. Bavtdg. A hug a umber f guet
were present and a dinner wa served
following th ceremony .
CL1 LIFE HOWJMSTS MORE
Kcarly All Clubs Hare Advanced
Duet snd Initiation.
BUSINESS HEX'S IU5CH MORE
Caaatry Clab. Omaha Clab, Field
Clab aad Other Krrs Up with
Crarral Advaaea ta Caet
With the addition of oyster stew and
salad to tha menu the Commercial club
Monday raised th prtc of it luncheon.
which has been cent for many years.
to M cent. Th half-dollar price will be
continued nd whil ataw and salad will
not be served every day, there will be
omethlng In their td, eeelde soup,
radishes, meat hot bread, poUtoe. p.
lc cream and tea, coffee or milk.
Which brings to an' attention th
fact that th cost ot club life in Omaha
Lla on tha increase. Thla I not only trao
of advance In table price, du to th
general hl5h price of eatable, but of
membership fees snd anuual due.
Directors ot th Commercial club aay
that membership fees, now tS, will bo
raised before th club get Into It new
quarters, aa tha seal on which th dub
will Uv after that Urn will be much
more elaborate. It I possible lso that
th snnusl due, now (30 a year, will at
The University club, with a member
ship fee of IM, recently increased annual
due from 12 to ta. Th luncheon price
at th University club la M rente, and It
I aald to ha due t th fact that this
club waa drawing man from tha Com
mercial elub at noon, that the price ot
the Commercial club meal wa raised
aad Improvement made.
Klk ta Raise Prtr.
Th. Vlb . - - . I
- - - i . iw i4OT iiKir imiisuvu
fee from W to tU soon a they have
1.5M member paying due, which will be
very won. They hav L9M member
now, but eome are life member and do
not nay due. Th regular due of II
month will not be raised.
Annual due at th Omaha dub usee!
te bs , but a year ago they were raised
to I10 temporarily to pay for reflttin
and refurnishing, but club membere aay
they will never go back to lower than tk
a year. The membership Tee la tlta, foi
which the member gate a share of stock.
This year th Country club, with an
nual due of M, raised Its membership
fee from tM to S30S, which wDI Include
one ehare of stock, of a par value of 1100
The Field club membership fee was J"
many years ago, but was changed to
Annual .due ware th) until laat year
when they were raised to tt. Th clu .
club has also- voted to ellmlnats junto,
memberships and make hoy pay th.
same as their father. Membership li
th Happy Hollow club coats fio. th.
member getting one share of stock, sn
nnual due are etc.
Two or three years kato th Racque
club raised doe from 6 a month ta H a
month. Th membership fee I thm
Th Knight ot Columbus expect to
raise due from tit to tls a year a soon
a their new elub Is completed.
SAVIDGE MAKES RECORD
FOR EARLY MARRIAGE
On of th earliest morning marriage
ever recorded la Omaha wa celebrated
St 1: Sunday morning by Rev. C. W.
Bavldge at hi home. Miss Marl
SelpW. daughter ot E. A. Selpte. and
Chsrle N. Smith, both of Pes Moines,
arrlTed on a train delayed by the cold
weather. They telephoned Mr. Bavtdg,
who replied It wss never too late or too
early. They secured a taxi, having ob
tained their license ahead, and arrive
at th pareonag at 1:8 a. as., where
th service wa performed.
JEWISH CHARITIES HAS
LIST OF MEN FOR WORK
Mis Orodinsky. secretary ef th As
sociated Jewish Charities, has a long list
DEAN WIDENS CHARITY WORK
With His Wife He Goet Among- Poor
on the Bottoms Giving Aid.
MAST HUSG2Y ABE BEING IED
Hiay Apply at JaeaW Mrm
rial nail Ar Glvea Fd aad
the Homeless Provide
Tb work of Dean J. A. Tanosck of
Trinity cathedral and his band ot ai
(Istants haa gone beyond th wall ot
Jacobs' Memorial hall where for two
week soup has bean served -to th hun
gry end where night lodgings ar fur
nished to homeless men. Dean and Mr.
Tsncork spent the morning In utck re
lief work among famlllea on th river
bottoms families in which th fathers
get p or M week and pay tt a month ,
rent, leaving little for food, clothing and
The dean aald that he found famlllea
UleMlly without anything and that con
ditions are discouraging. He says that
the way in which the well-to-do may
help most is to send money with which
necessities may be purchased Immediately
lor th suffering.
Shlverlag aad Haagry.
Seventy-eight men, "shivering, hungry,
broke and .with no outlook for better
times, sought a haven In Jacobs' hall ye-
lerday morning and were given breakfast
of hot soup, bread aad coffee. After
being warmed and clothed the men who
come to the hall are given work either
cutting Ice er with th T. P. Stroud com
pany. Last night forty-flv men ware
provided with bed at th halt - -
Jacob hall Is now tho meeting pise
for th 8unday school and sewing classes
ot the City Mission as the nnSaloa Is too
small to carry on all th actlvllie which
th cold weather max neeesaary. - Th
Sunday school room has been converted
Into a men's clothing establishment
where the men who com to th mission
for aid are- given clothing and their rag
letrr 'spparel Ja burned la tb mission
Large else la women's underwear and
stocking are needed badly at th mis
sion. All th women' clothing donated
ha been In a ma II else. Clothing of all
kind I needed and th mission workers
are aa busy as when- the cold started
trying to give aid to th needy i
lajarrd la a Ptr
or bruised by a fall, apply Bucklen'a Ar
nica Salve. Cure burns, cuts, wound,
bolls, sores, ccsems, pile. Guaranteed.
26c For aala by Beaton Drug Co. -
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
Births aad Death.
BirthsBen and Cora Law, MP Sout
Eleventh street girl; Charlea and Edm.
Horn, t South Twenty-second street
boy; William and Harriett Phelps, Kll
tletb and Pratt girl: Oliver W. snd lis.
EldrkUe, Methodist hospital, boy; Joh
W. aad Ann B. Weraend. M2t Caes. glr
Deaths John U oervlce, k years. 1.
Famam street: Joseph 8. Panel. t year 1
'l North Sixteenth atreet; M. K. Al.rle.
i year. IJoutilss county hoepitai: J I
Hansen, w yeare. I nirwerm ana uoo;
streets; Norman Bennett year, i.n
Beach. Cel.; Tom janueon. zi years, rsi
City: John w. Dibble, n years. Kl Nort
ma k W SAKDT, Ksfr-atart
Jll South 17th St, OMAHA, NEB.
Pasaeer Dee-Ies IT.A1T
Selore any sore can heal, the cause which prodticcs it mnst he TetnovexL
Ag lone al the blood, frorn which our systems receive their necessary rjonr-
ot men who are seeking emploj-ment. but ' ishment and strength, mnains impute and contaminated with disease germs.
she u unable to find Jobs tor sU ef them, any ola sore on tne Doay wui remain open, ana resist every ecort made to
ghe ask than any on desiring to m- heal it The nerves and tissues of the flesh around the places are continu-
cioy help call her up over the phone oi sJIy led with unhealthy matter and nature is winply disposing ol the poison
visit her at the office in the Brar.deH Sjy drainins; it from the system through the sore. The only cure lor an old
building. The telephone number is Doug- jj a thorough cleansing of the htood, ratirely ridding the s-stem of the
Ita' cause. S. S. S. heals old sores by removing every particle of impurity from
Ttti,g Bri'wa Givea Direrc. tte circulation. ' It goes down to the very bottom of the trouble and so com-
London. Jan. uv-Ue-jtenant Coione' pletely cleanses the circulation that there is no longer any impurity to drain
Wiinam Arnold Webster Lewoon, seccex through the sore, but the place is once more nourished with rich, health-
eon of Baroa Bareham. principal pro- ful blood. S. S. S. heals the sore from the bottom, the place aoon llg in
prist or of th Daily Teiea-raph. wa arith healthy, firm fiesh, the tenderness leaves, all discharge ceases, the
granted today a decree at diver aa tb gkia regains its natural color and when S. S. & has thoroughly cleansed and
round of his wife's mhwweidoet wit: vmrified the blood the place U permanently healed. Book on Sons and
Lord Han-ton of DalseiL Mr. Lwra tlcexi and any medical advice free to all who write.
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