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THE PEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1912.
SILK HAT HARRY AGAIN SUED FOR DIVORCE
Copyright, JSC National News Association
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tUCin" ww'"'w"ir ' TENUIS TOURNEY TO OMAHA
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AMONG THE LPL BOWLERS
'Xaicppa Take in Leaden of Booster
League, for Three Gamei.
! HOWELL ROLLS HIGH FOS NIGHT
Urrmmm - Hm Tessa Hells I
Three blBM freea Upeclale ei
ead Wrk la tiale llty -UaiH
I .In the Booster Kvu last night at the
Francleco alleys the Guarantee Clothing
company look three games from the
j Omaha Bedding company., for the ei-Jtll-ing
boy Johnson was high with HI
Wans twin With for ths bed boys, S7S.
' The Rrsndes High Hells took three from
(the mors Malta. C. lUra was the star
for (ha High lla,lls. with Kl For the brew
hoys. Hall lot HI and high single game,
The Msxeppse took the leaders of the
league down for thcoa games. For tha
I candy boys llameratrom was thera with
Ml For the London Tailor. Urngle a
high with ten and high slngls gme. !u.
Peoael Oilier cowipsny sot three (amea
from the Farrell By rune. Howell mas
high sun. shooting U, and Irish same
(for the night. 246. For tha syrup boys
.Wllley was hiss. 567, getting high single
Igama of an. ,
iin.-k. v. ,. it: n 157 ;
Mitchell ITS 17H .147 4
Hji k. J. i f li 1(1 1M
Hofman. A. lit 171 I7 m.
Totals 71 111 Tta 2.13
TRACT'8 LA TRl'liAS.
It. 2d. M. Total
McCabe 171 im Jjs 67S
Hire ,, IM lis 171 43)
lirndahaw 173 13 170 4
Dudley loH ' II III aw
Kernel la s las l.K Ml
Totals -is 73 ,ma Z,M
OLD 8TV1.K LAliKR,
let. . Sd. 2d. Total.
Johnson its 14 i; 6-m
Ki.aw in r:( i: 414
FleKuschuh IX 1W 117 4'
Knell 17 131 171 4ll
Dollard '.. K m f 1W Mi
. ' TotsU tj 771 ' :m s,r
1.1. ?d. Sd. Total,
rhangatrom 142 ' Hi 11 40
J-of 144 I7 173 49J
Uholeen I.tf ' lffi IM t!A
Ijindetrnm 211 I 1KI (.'O
Hoegaard It 146 147 4(1
Totals J 110 Its
OMAHA BlCIiniNO TOMPANY.
UAKA.NTEB CUOTI1LMJ COMPANY
' let. M. 3d. Total.
Arnaietn 4v ii isi
(Plrkett 1:'l !
llowers, 1"4 t7
,VeeB ITS 1.
Johoaan .1.... 1U m
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..... at Nebraska City
NEBRASKA CITY. Jan. :i.-(.Speclal.)-A
number of wreatllng nvatrlies went
pulled off last evening at Kaglo hall In
tha presence of a lam crowd of men and
women. Tha flrat was a match between
Vernon Orasnlova of Omaha and Harold
Rosenberg of this city. Oreenlova won
tha first fall In eleven and a half minutes
anal Rosenberg won tha second fall In
slsty-flva minutes and five seconds.- Tha
match was declared a draw because of
othar -events oomlng oik .
Edgar. Allen and Mao JS'eelT. both of
this city, wreelled thirty mJnutee without
touchdown far either., Roy , Terry of
thla ctly and a Missouri Pacific fireman
wrestled Jack Tolltvar of Omaluu They
wraallad Sor thlrty-threa minutes, when
Terry got Tottlver'a lag la -such a pool-
ftn 4.hei.e gave up ehe boat aad rhe
hialdt. rtelralng ha cooJd novg,V on be
rauaaaf tha IWurjra.Tollveriaraa ilare
and waa backed to.tluyta Terry la twelve
minute,.. .. .. , - . i.n
Koaenberg Is only, SD years of ag aawl
a wonder for his ago, .weight. and alas.
Aa effort wss made to have J nee pa Kelt
haueer and Hdgat Allen a aa -for a boat.
They wrestled last October -two noun
and a half without either getting a tall
THE MUSICAL' MA'OuCTTEi HM
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r sWrvtei hem TMeit, breath
UONCM e400 R R,l THE LAjr OM."
ITHCnS, WS no HEAT N TW
coua.r.ooNv noui-o ir
MAK.C THE TUROft ..
tisi.5 OMDSrW IN
rrAONiM. OH HOW BlO WAS THE
SOVIN Mn reEAKf- M6 vn
BUT OF Hli X3VERS.
JaTNTKTSCfi. H)f5 iTABStH 0- A
UVCavtvU-r. Arl-MUtnA .iToV
VKiTsi ANT AtfTVNIO MET e(lA.
HtSVAJSOMWCrtftjULA JA 3BV
iWLvito CAeTT N6T-7AUC .
'r A 8tJ4 D saver. ATE A lA-CAJOE
ViOOt-0 HE MwE
naoom Erne 1
QUICK VAC ATS 0
HA T)m-IV4T GOT THe
JoprsjrTeseio- Evsrjf n
WAoa4 r0W. TT9
voae: Ar a a m. mrne
JROpt p LIT OP 4Boi '
Oox GiHoei Ate
7M (Put Them m tme
BO-My. HfTCrt U THE NAfr
Aro cxiOM a route.
THE Air4r TV4fi EVlpTklJ
BKitTOTrC op BE0 TV4;
0S PorM vvASH
TetN AcrOM An Tuc-
w'i t, (Mfcn 00
THE. BOOKJ. AS7EH.TMAT
I ivMCCV up VQ 64TT A
acj. on the Phome For.
oot loOAi, PtrfrtATOn
fA BAta. AmD OELWIQU
T- t.V eAtONl4-4T livt
TO MO ft ROW
Field Club Will Get Mid-West This
OMAHA TENUIS LEAGUE POSMED
At Mceto af Bar art -Wle-larra
Last ntajkt Saw OrgaaJsatiaa is
Perfeeted rield Claa Sat la
Get City Toarae-r.
BELLEYUE PUSHES PIRATES
Collegian Ttilenden Give Crack
Basket Ball Fire Hard Bace. '
TEAM WOBK FINALLY WINS
Tip O'Neill Travels
: East to Des Moines
LINCOLN. Neb.. Jaa. &trrsldent
Norrla O'Neill of the Western league ac
companied Frank 1 1. bell, part owner tif
thd da Motnet club, to that city thla
afternoon. I"rltlcnt O'Neill, dunlna Ills
final day- In Um-oln. concerned himself
lantely with' completing Ma plana for
putting tha local club In shape-to start
Osasfca t alverelty Ilea I. title Dlffl.
rally la Overmaelnilaa C'aaaell
"' Blafs" "Y"' Oalntrt ;- ay "
H. 1 1
Aaaea Irrfeala (irlaaell.
A MB, la., Jan. II -Ames defeated
Orlnnell at baekel Ull thla afternoon,
St to H.
THTBD BASEMAN WANTED BY
CLABK GBIFFITH. , ' ;
' Tolela, ....... ...... 7K!-
Ufandlcap .1. ie
I - Totals ..... 777 W 71 16
, i"OKPEL-a:i-i,f:R cumtant.
I let. M. . Total
iThritensea 1 . 171 17J ta.
Norserd 4...., KJ Its .im
Howell .,.. J4J - WT ITS
'Ratekla ..,..... IM - lif ... .
Melum .....,.,U,S , S- .
'Tha, (Soman Homes took three games
from tbe Hparlaia In the .atetropolltan
lleagu on tha baaemrnt alleys but night.
J. . Landwehrkamp got hlsh gania and
'hlsHi total of lte and . Brora: .
; , OEHlA HOMKS. .
1st. 2d. 2d. Total.
Hansen ta ij m
j. ijannwenrKajnp.. to r,4 14
11. Lacdwehrkauip.. V& X lil tli
V , 14i
. 154 144
I. TolaJl... : 404 41S 1.2S7
The Brodegaard Crowns will play a
double-header Wednesday night with the
t'oeiboa Candyoompaay. Uamc called at
tate ( lly l.eaaee.
Tba arcoad week In the Uate Clt league
aa taw new Morriaoa at ley a showed great
riinproTeBent of all tha teams. Mct'abe
af the La Trudaa captured tba high single
iaama 'at S3, while Lasdstrom of the
Jerpas bad blgb totals of Ma. Tonight,
atryker gkoa Ca. agalaat 8:steka. Omaha
"eld Club against Old Saxon Brau.
Lt. 2d. M. ToUl
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: Leaaae at.adlaa.
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Omaha High school l."
Pirates 4 4 Low
south Omaha High school.. t 1 .B
Crelghton 4 S 2
1'nhernty of Omaha ........ tli .
Tigers .. 1 I i ,
Mellevue .. ' Sat .010
Council Bluffs -Y" 1 e .IMI
Last tiveafag'a Soares.
fwith umaha Iflsh arhooi. M: Tigers. 1.
Houth Omaha Hmh echoul.16; T,)gers, U.
Pirates. K; Mellevue. S.
I'nJverslty of Omaha, SO; Council Bluffs
Tha quartet of floor games pulled off
In tha Trl-Clly league laet evening
showed a marked Improvement over the
eihlbltiona of the sport to which local
enlhuelasts have been arruaiomed since
rlis brginnlngNif the series, ana proved
conclusively that the tullrnderg' of the
lesgus a(e working hard lJ climb out of
their rear Positions.
None of the games was marked with
any remarkable feature. Tha ' Pirates
bellevue contest st the local Young
Men's Christian association proved the
surprise of tha evening. In tha first
half of this match. he Pirates, touted
aa tha atrongeat In the league, ware
held to a 7 to S ago re by tha tallendlng
coJIeglans. Had It not been for some
ulrndld team ork in tha aecond period
tha Pirates might hare dropped their
first game of the season for tha Belle
vua lads pushed Ihera bard at all times.
tiood slsed crowds witnessed the games,
both at the meal "Y" snd at tba Uni
versity of Omaha.
Following are the lineups- .
KOUTH OMAHA. I "f T10KR8
Menefea K.F.R.r Neenan
Co l.aa tCl ....R.K IL.K Uoda,
Lyman ....C.r...Handberg. Carson
Mttle I.O. LU , unrry
Nixon R ti.i 110 Patton, Klley
Field goals: J.ymsji. 1: Menefea. 1: Co.
litis, t Free throws: Colllos. 2; Carson I
Referee: ilnmer K. Curtis, foorer: Ralph
Ludwig. Time of game: St minutes.
Field goaia: Stenefee, I; Lyman. Cot
line. 1; Neenan, I, Herry. 1; Khry, I. Free
throws, roam.. 1, l irwo, 4. Uodds I
Points awarded: Kouth Omaha High
acnoul, I. Heteree: Homer 8. Curtia
lV-orer: Ralph Ludwig. liana ut game
Lineup of Iho PI rates-Bellevue gama
Orwham tC R.F.-R.F P. 14'ckrnb hlC)
lUiTuwmju ....L.F.I L.F Maxwell
'lelde ....O..C Ohmaii
"""r '1-U lL.O Alderman
K'l.-n'e R.U..H.U. R. uuu-kenbu.h
Held goaia: Wile.de. 2; Uarrowman 2
ijranara 7; Ritchie. 2; p. Wuackanbush.
Msxwell. I: Ohman. L FTee throw a :
Rlt.lile. I: -Maxwell. 1. Rafeeee: H. aV
Curtl. lime ol hSiVcI. li mi noes.
MAXEB OF MANY CHAMPIONS OF
. THE KING.
ORIGINATOR OF PtArtL BUT I ON
INDUSTRY DIES AT MUSCATINE
alURCATIi'B, la.. Jan. SL-John F.
Boopla, orlglnatar of tba fresh wster
pearl button Industry, died iiera today.
Mr, Boopla cams bora from Oermwy
many years ago and established tha first
factory on tha Mississippi rlvsr and the
United Stataa, sines which lime tba In
dustry baa grown to large proportions. .
Billy Delaney, "grand old man" of the
fight gams In America, who has finally
been counted out by tha Ureat Refem.
After an Illness of several months the
olC fellow succumbed In nan Francisco.
Delaney waa tha greatest of them all at
bringing to tha height of their possibili
ties the most famous champions tha ring
baa known in modern times, ansae than
Corbet t, JsOrlaa. Johnson and Kaufman.
His rqusL probably will never be seen
Mahmout to Wrestle
Manager tltttarr of tla Auditorium has
arranged for , t)njsh strastllnc matcb
for Friday, February is, between Msh
mout' trie Turk and' Jess West err sard,
best" two nit of. tovaa fa I la, catch-as-catck-csa,
Tha oonUst, calls for aacb
contestant to be In Omaha twenty-four
hours before the time set for the match.
SIOUX CITY FIVE PLAYS -HERE
Tha Omaha High School quintet will
clash with tha m-jux City High school
five st tha Young Men's Christian aaso-
ciattcav gynsnasluiB' Matnrday evening. C.
AT. Reed, athletic director at tha local
school, has completed arrangemenia to
bring tha lowsna here for tha gama.'
Stsreaeeala af Players.
NBW YORK. Jan. U. President T.vtx-h
of the NatWHial eregua today announced
approval of tha following comracta and
releases: t onirarrs with cntraco Joseph
Agler. Kmll Rlehter, lwrenee Cheney.
Ward Miller. Wilbur tlood. William K.
Uneup of the rnuereliy of Omaha and V r"ri Mi. Ku'bh- Thomaa
Council Ulult. corneal. M I J IJ'h,'n- ,?,rry Chapman. Leon
R F !,' NC"' V"'W-! Uavtd K ahean. Wtb PhTllrTe?
ir is-- Tho"s:phla-43eorge If. Ps.kert. lsu-IJ-14;
Montgomery , (j. H. Alexander. IS12-13-14; Luderaw
RtY lt'VV Hunti ii2-il: Oeonre Chalmers. Fred T.
lu ; o""1'! Beik.'Beft F. Hunt. P. J. Moran.
la iri Parsons! u.i... - - itt.. .
Harry Bmlth. By Chicago to Loulsvtlla
A. A e. C. Sispnicks toptlon serree
mentl. Rv pbilsdeipnta to Buffalo
1 1. L.1 WillUm C. Baxter. C E. Lhr
loptlonall. By Pittsburgh to Indianapo
lis Thomas M. Murray. Albert S. Hayne,
Jr.. to itprirgfreid 1 Conn. L.; stierod
M. Smith. t)tkt Nicholaon: to Chatta
nooga, tS. A.. John Mercer.
glaahesl wltk a Rasar,
yoanded with a gun, or pierced fry a
rusty nail. Buck len's Amies Salve anon
healts tha injured part. Quaranteed. Sc
For as Is by Beaton Drug Co.
On-sha tennis sharps, representing the
various tennis clubs In the city, last night
at a meeting held at the Omsha Racquet
club decided to hold the Mid. west Tennis
tournament at tha Omaha Field club dur
ing the Utter part of August. The an
nual city tournament will not he held
at the Field club aa has been tha custom
Irj ths past, but will be given cither to
the Happy Hollow, Country club or tha
new Rod and Gun club, thla to bs decided
upon at a mealing to be held In the near
Tha Omaha Tennis league was per
manently organised at the meeting. Thla
la a new departure In Omaha tennis, and
la formed purely for bettering and mak
ing the game mora popular In this city.
It la also hoped that by thla course sev
eral new tennis sharpa will be brought
to the limelight. It was decided to have
from all to eight clubs In tbe league and
each club to hare either four or six play
ers on Its team. Ths number of players
on each team will be decided at a meet
ing to be held next Tuesday night at the
Omaha Racquet club, when the consti
tution will be drawn up and all details
regarding tha leaaroe be discussed. A reg
ular schedule will be adopted, a cer-wln
number of games be played every Sat
urday afternoon. Tbe winning team at
the end of -the season will be presented
with a loving cup.
May- Have ladoar Teaala.
Indoor tennis was discussed pre srd
con at the meeting and it la not unlikely
that it will be adopted. Harry Koch, city
tennis champion, made. a survey of ths
Interior of the Auditorium last Sunday
and reported at ths meeting that two
full eourta could be put In. He said tha
lighting facilities were fins for indoor
tennis. The Auditorium company asked
but a nominal price for the use of tbe
building and SS additional every time the
lights were ' turned on. It was figured
last night that twenty players each par
ing from f to C could play Indoor ten
nis for the next two and one-half months
and thus get In good condition for start
ing the tennla season off this summer In
A committee of three was apmlnied
to confer with ths members of tha l-ark
board In an endeavor to induce them to
Install tennis courts in all the city parks.
This, the tennis men claimed, would be a
good start for public play grounds and
would help to produce more tennis plsy
ers in the city.
M'GOORTY GETS BETTER
OF SAN FRANCISCO FIGHTER
NEW YORK. Jan. 31.-Eddit llcGoony
of Oskosh. Wis, and Walter Coffey or
San Frandaco fought ten hard round-i
at the Falnnount Athletic club tonight,
and although decisions are not permitted,
It was ths view of a majority of the
apeetators that ths Wisconsin man was
a winner by a wide margin. McOeorty
fought entirely with his left hand after
the fourth round, but he used this- ef
fectively, and with straight Jahe and
punches. Interspersed now and then with
a snsppy hook to tbe law or body, gained
the verdict la each round except the sixth
Coffey wss nearly always beaten to
the punch by McOoorty and throughout
the battle was bleeding from tbe nose
McOoorty weighed In at U7 and Coffey
at IK pounds. ,
AMES AGGIES WIN BASKET '
BALL. GAMETROM DRAKE U.
AMES, la., Jan. 3L-State Agricultural
college defeated Drake unlverrltjr in bas
ket ball here tonight, SS to S3.
. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS:'
r. -S. rallcaon-os--rXantea. texai sta
Ex-Senator O. H. Dietrich snd wife of
Hastings are In Omaha. . . - v '
Rev. B. J. Tnimvllle of Broken Row' la
in Omaha In the Interests of hie cliurtlu
Some time, somewhere, someone may
make tobacco like Prince iUbert but
that nappenin is still wrapped up in the
hope-so package, tied tight No pipe
smoker ever went to a dream of a smoke
like P. A. No cigarette smoker ever
compounded a roll like he can make with
P. A. That's because no other tobacco is
made like P. A. The flavor is up in the
.big-money class and the stinger is cut
out in' the makin.
Dow ....! ,
auealitutlona: Omaha, Frandsea
i-rvr.iuw. 1 .rwaroa; ratMey. center.
ounc:i niuii.v uertsens. guard. Ouala
from fie. a: low. . Jerome. 1. Mrrhlow
2; Persona J; Parleb. l; Salisbury, l"
-Aonigocnrrr. 1; Hunt. I: TTumas. 1: olt-
throws: Parish. 2: Montgom-
nrjOTe: .ams. Timer.
Time of halvea: S nun-
ery. 1; Oliver. 1.
P. H. lurrens.
' Tarkle Steals Narasalltesw
TARKIO. Me.. Jaa. SL-iitperlal Teie-
. tkvl hall learn from Martville. Mo.
Oeorge Morlartv. crack third baseman proved an easy opponent for 'Tarkto col
of the Detroit Tigers, who Is being lw mht. piavlnc In better form
sought by Clark Ortffith ef o Wash
ington Senators, who wspts hiss for the
far-comer positiaa that has been vacated
by the departure at Norman Elbert eld.
than usual. 1 he coilrmen wn -ki.
all Omea 10 ke.p the- visitors (mm get
ling their tram work going and tTiev
theavelves srere ab!e to smre alrmwt at
will. Tha fine! score was; Tacsua
Nortbwest Narmal, Jt. '
TjO av SM tsajsjsjsjsjsjsjsaaaaj 1 1 if . aTXlVrY .,iri
I K Albert
"the national joy smoke
Is tha cool, sweet mokin.s tedY barnlni'. lost Backed ith ousllrw. ard then .
hammered down. Tbere's no trse talklii. it sore has tbe links on any tobacco
I're erex smoked, and I'je smoked some, beliere me. Yes I Come on light tin
ad go fo it. The smoke-rr erer on the corner sells P. A. ud the bosun of that -7
craft will tell yon that it's a good bet and a fine smoke. Yes I
i. A. fc asyssWeaf iy an aa lbish'S satawWsrKsst thai fates aaw
(Aa hit. N, P. A. aasa't Dite rear tangmm sc arsj ymmr eroan'a.
AH smoke-ahepa, in ioc Una, sc begs, and lulf -pcmnd
aad pooal tin komidora, and peond glaaa hossidora. -
R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Wintton-Salem, N. C
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