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THE BEE: OM-JTTA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1912.
THE FAITHFUL- EM PLOYE
Copyright.. Wit by International
By Winsor McCay
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tfOR APAl line TOUi rVE.GT y . ,
A BOX AT THE RINti S!0 Of . '.g&'i .
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WIO.T0U JOIN HE. OiPJ . tif a -
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J3onus the Flying Dutchman
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AND CABLE IT
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DO THAT W(
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ATTEND. TO IT
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WANT TO KNOWAtOD? iSHirPING
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If 1 KNOW
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ut HE 60 OUT
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OfKJf IN AWIll?
Bin Warner, th leadlns batter and lacala be with the Htuburih Flratet dur
hortatoB ot the National, leacue, who will I lac the IMS. aeaeon.
WHITE APPEAR IN COURT
3o-Called Kimmel Claimtnt Comei
In Daring Horning Session.
LISTENS TO THE ' DEPOSITIONS
Dr. Joka F. Ier aad F. C. Dan, a
'Draaal't, Mr laat tVallr la
Sa War - Reaeatblre
8T. LOU18. Frb. .-Andrew J. Whlta
retered to aa "the claimant" In the trial
ot the ault In the I'nttej mate dittrlct
court, of a defum-t hank ot Nllra. Mich.,
to recover the Insurance of George A.
Kimmel, todajr momentarily atopped court
proceedlnge by his entrance Into the
oourt room. Altomev tor the Insurance
com pa ay rushid t his side; relieved him
ot bis overcoat and bat and escorted him
to the seata reserved (or attorneys and
Ihetr clients. -
Mrs. Stella K'immcL mother, and Mrs
Edna Bonsiett, slater or George A. K m
met, wtre not In court trlay and White
occupied the chair that Urs. Kimmel uwJ
The claimant aoon became an Interested
auditor ot the depositions ot residents ot
Ntles. Mich., which wera read at the
Dr. John F. Burns ot Mies. In bis depo
sltlon said he knew Kimmel In his boy
hood and that the claimant did not In
tha least reaentble his former chum.
There was no scar on the claimant's eye.
such as ha knew should have been there.
Another deposition, thai of F. C. Dan.
a drus-elst of Mies, waa to the effect
that White In no. way resembled Kimmel.
White Blanrs Mis 1'aele.
While left the court room at the noon
recess and In the corridor of the build
ing encountered Luke Wood, receiver of
tha bank, who la suing the Insurance
company. "You fraud.' White exclaimed
at Wood. "Too shape of a man"
Wood looked after the claimant and re-
'That no mora Kimmel -than I am."
Then White encountered an attorney for
Wood who gave tha claimant a searching
fir nee. The claimant exclaimed:
"Haven't you aeen me enough? you.
haven't you any manners I'm not go
ing to stay here any longer." -
Rather than wait tor an elevator White
hastened down the stairs.
Prior to leaing the court room White
said that his mother and sister refused
to own him because of the Influence ot
his uncle, Charlea Johnson. He said he
spent a month In Nllea at the time he
as supposed to be "dead" and worked
on the books of his uncle's bank at nlicht
and found out things which Johnson does
not want known.
METHODIST BOYS' CLUB
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
The Boys' club ot the Walnut Hill
'ethodlrt church gave a supper tor Us
members Thursday evening and elected
officers. The officers elected were Victor
vujcy, lansldcnl; Hark Williams, first
vice president. In charge of religious
work; Marlus Thomsen, second vice presi
dent. In charge of social and literary
work; Wallace Fellers, third vice presi
dent. In charge ot athletics: Frank
Thomas, fourth vice president. In charge
ot the Junior boys' club; Leonard Hoff
man, secretary: ftpeed Guyer. treasurer.
After the meeting the boys pulled oft a
fast and Interacting game of basket ball,
which waa to decide the supremacy ot
the church.. The Crescent five succeeded
In taking the game by a close score of
a to W. During tha first halt of the
Tame the Crescents outplayed their op
ponents and ended the halt by a score
of U to ft TW Kemnants csma back In
he second half, however, with a great
determination ot winning and plied up
seven saccesslve points, giving them the
lead. The Crescents at this stage of the
game begsn to show good team work and
held their opponents down, allowing them
bat four more points during the game
nd taking eight for themselves. 1
The line-up: :
ftomnsnts. Position- Crewenta
B. Williams.. Rlcht Forward. W. Frllera
V flrv....v-L.ll Forward K. Anenis
C. Williams.. I'enter M. Thomsen
9. Guyer '.Right Guard F. Thomas
K. Gardner... Left Guard L. Hofmao
SOTJEKE SELLS THIS OUTFIELDEE
POOL HALL PROPRIETORS
' MUST PAY UP OR CLOSE
Delinquent pool ball proprietors are be
ing notified by License Inspector Bchnelder
that unless license monies are remitted
within four daya the licenses 'will be re
voked. There are several proprietors who
have either forgotten, neglected or hav
ing secured their l(a) bond refused to pay
the annual license charge.
CONCORDIA LADIES WILL
. GIVE PROGRAM SUNDAY
The Concordia Ladles' Kinging aoelety
will atva a orocram Hundav sftjirnAAn
'I o'clock at the Clermaa, Home. An ex
cel Unt program haa been arranged and a
large attendance la expected.
MITCHELL ISJEFORE COURT
Libor Leader Explains Hit Discus
sion of Sis Bentenc.
STATEMENT BY JUDGE WEIGHT
I'nrt Says ReaaMt law reataawe
teat at Sealeaee I'attl Attar
Cartel asaa Waa Preaeated
aa a Deasaat. .
WASHINGTON. Feb. t.-John Mitchell s
trial for contempt of court. In which be
was Involved with Samuel Gompers and
Frank Morrison, officials pt the Ameri
can Federation of Labor. In oonnecUon
with the Bucks Stove and Range com
pany boycott rase, took an a dramatic
touch at the hearing today.
Mr. Mitchell had seemed to be criti
cising Justice Wright, before whom be la
on trial, and tha Justice bad displayed
some Impatience with hla emtio.
"Let ma explain this," said Mr. Mitch
el). "At tha time I waa summoned to
Washington to appear before this oourt
I faced a long term hi prison. It was an
tha day before Christmas are. I waa
living in New York. I bad aot aeen my
family and children, who were In Illi
nois, for two months. I had bought and
packed In my grip toys and gifts for my
children. I was summoned to Washing
ton to receive any sentence. I asked that
the decision be postponed. It waa not.
I waa brought here and sentenced.
"I had merely dpne what I believed
was my right under tha government any
father bad fought to upheld. Bo when I
appeared and waa sentenced, and dis
cussed It afterward. I oeeJd net attempt
to and did not disguise my feelings. I
Itatesaeat by iba Ceart.
"Mr. , Mitchell.', said Justice Wright,
"you have shown soma bitterness toward
the court for the manner In which you
were sentenced. What reason have you
for believing that tha court knew ot your
request far a postponement T"
"1 wrote to tha pwaMent at tha Ameri
can Federation of Labor and asked It
replied Mr. Mitchell 1 supposed that my
request bad bean conveyed to the court."
Ka request waa conveyed to tha court,'
replied tha Justice. "It came as a demand.
There waa aa atmosphere ot antagonism,
about it. It waa a demand (rem tba Tlea
president ot tba American Federation ot
Labor for a postponement. I did not
think ha had any more right to demand
It than any other man."
"I hava bean under the Impression that
my request waa conveyed to that court
and waa denied. It I have been wrong
in that. I would not do tba oourt aa In
justice and I regret that I hava made
it appear so," said Mr. Mitchell
FIRE IN GREGORY STARTS
. FROM UNUSUAL CAUSE
GRBOORT. 8. P.. Tro. aMSpeetel.)
Oregory had a narrow escape this after
noon from a disastrous fire when tha two.
story building occupied by tha Kull
Oldham locating firm and tha Dite tailor
ing esiabllehment eras discovered to bo
burning. An alarm waa turned In and
tha department responded promptly, but
after osmtaetlona were made no water
was forthcoming and investigation dis
closed the fact that tha boas Joints wera
frosea. After several minutes delay ' a
stream ot water was flneUr put to play
on the burning building, and In a short
time tha black waa out of danger. Tha
flrq started In tha cleaning depart meat
af the tailor shop, tha origin bring In
rather a strange nature. Mr. Dite was
working In tha cleaning room and stepped
Into another room to get warm. He
started to poke the ooala, when hla shirt
sleeves became Ignited. Mr. Dlta rushed
Into tha back room , where he had been
working. Oaa fumes tilled tha air aad
hla eatranee resulted In aa explosion
which Ignited tha whole room, and but
(or tha Umely assistance ot a paassrby
Mr, Dlta would hava no doubt suffered
serious Injury. .
Ttaraea ta Play Blaffs.
UT LOUIS, Feb. a-Bllly Orupp, out
will meet tha Council Bluffs "T" basket
t-aser at tha Council Bluffs grmraslum
this evening ta ana at tba regular con
tests af tha Tri-Clty league aeriea.
MANY PLATCRS ARE DROPPED
American League Weeding Out the
Weaker BecrniU and Vets.
BOSTON TEAK LEADS THE LIST
It Releaaea Slxteea Srea aad De
troit Caatea Kext with Mae
New York Scads Plea Mew
CHICAGO, Feb. . Aa tha time ap
proach for tha major league baas' ball
turn to stare en their southern training
trips their ranks are beginning to lose
the mora unpromising recruits and veter
ans who are unable longer ta stand the
The second American league bulletin
ot the year. Issued by President B. B.
Johnson here today, snows that the Bos
ton dub leads with releases, having let
sixteen men go. Only two of them are
optional releases. Detroit eomea next
with nine releases, one optional. New
York has five releases, all optional, to
the Atlanta dub and one to loo Angeles.
The usual list ot contracts alas la givet.
out It (howa that this is a see eon ot
tew "holdouts" In tha younger league
Among these who have signed since ttu
hut announcement Is Tyrua Cobb ot De
troit Releases: - '
'By m. Louie Thomas Ten neat. Bail
By Detroit Deloa Drake. Jack Lively
C. T. Letnera, Guy Tutwllier, Chan.
Schmidt, Reyuolda, Ren fee and autcbels
Providence; Ralph Htreud, Buftaio- A P.
Burg topUontu), Uuca; Duncaa, Chatta
nooga. By Cleveland F. H. Balr, Nashville;
Gus Williams, Montgomery.
By Washington Ainaworth and Seal.
By Philadelphia Bronkle, Cleveland.
By New York-R. H. Kevelle. H. H.
Russell, Ira B. Hogue, Herbert 8. Jeyneo
and Barry Bailey, tall optional), Allans
I. Liiecnl. Loa Angeles. .
By Boston-Meyers, Schmidt, McCrone,
Lonergan. White, McHale aad Ktuilay,
(optional). Jersey City: Dick Urete, ce
lumbue: Gunning. Undertook, Jacobs,
Worcester: Jack Fourniea, Chicago: Tonne-nan,
New Tork. John. Wutfll. op
tlonal). Spokane; Mike Dickinson and B.
Thomas, (optional), bacramento. . .
With Chicago Joe Benz. Joe Bergcr,
R. Biackburne. J. J. Block. F. 8. Bodte,
Baker Bonen. M. J. butler, C. H- Calla
han, Thomas i'arney. ' V. J. demons,
Jona Collins. W. M. Oeneet. William
(ileason, W. R. Jones.. Joe Kelly. R.. W.
Krelta, Frank Lane. W. Katueke. W.
Mater, Geortrt Mogrfre. Oerln Mullen,
Jona Nelson, O. C. Peters, Kay Powrit.
Morris Hath. James bcutt. Lee Tanoe
bill. G. W. White. R. H. Zeider. lid
Waleh, Harry Lord and Berghammer.
With Washington Huabea. Long. C.
Waters, McBrtde. 8 hank. Akera. BoehH
tng. Csshioo. Gagnier. Henry, Museer,
Brrert. Footer, R. Mattla, W. Johnson.
With Detroit George Dubbiaa and
Tyrua Cobb. ..
With 8c Louie Monte Cross.
Tha key to success In business la the
Judicious and persistent uea of newspaper
SIGNAL MEN READY TO MOVE
Major Hartman Says the Corps Can
Etart in Two Honrs.
MEDICAL MEN TO BE EXAMINED
Civilian .Debtees . Waa Wish ta Ca
to tha -Trent la Caae af Treats
Are to Bs Given a
C ha ace.
Whether tba War department antici
pates serious trouble along tha Mexican
border jpr any place else, la the - near
future, or whether the 'orcrr received
here and at about twenty other army
Poets to enlarge the post medical -reserve
corps, means only that tha depart
ment la to be kept, la strong condltloa. Is
a question that la Duelling army officials
.. ' a.' ' ' .
Orders were sent out 'recently ordering
-Milan physicians who wish to eater tha
army in time of emergency or war, to -be
examined by medical boards to be ap
pointed by the commanding officer at
each post. These boards hava been ap
pointed and confirmed at Washington
ind the examinations will take place
erne I time la the next week. Major
larry L. Gilchrist, chief suiwsoa at Fort
'mens, constitutes the board for Fort
mail a, and all civilian physicians who
.lah to eater the array in the isnrrs
medical corps will bs examined soon by
trim. . - - ,
Major Hartman, commanding officer at
Fort Omaha, when asked If tha rein
forcement of tha medical reserve corps
throughout tba country means that
trouble on ha American side of tba Mex
ican border Is expected, replied that from
I. Is view of affaire It certainly bad that
look, aithouga ha knows frothing official.
He saM that ha has received no orders
relet! va ta tba Mexican trouble except the
general order to be prepared for marching
orders at an Instant's notice. "Should we
get marching orders, we could be out of
tba post' and en route for tba border
within a couple ot hours' time." said tba
major. - . '
FffiE WARDEN MORRIS TO
; ' INVESTIGATE FIRE TRAPS
Fire Warden Ed Morris la planning an
Investlgatioa at suspicious looking
nouses, ta examine the firs and smoke
ear, re arrangements. Ha baa investi
gated houses where recent tires occurred
end finds that in one house at 114 North
Twenty-fourth street a stove-pipe had
been wraped with' an old shirt ta keep
the smoke from pouring out Into the
room. - A f looming house tor colored
people, on south Tweaty-e.ghrh street,
bad a small stove In every room aad
tha pipes were Joined so that a Ore waa
almcst inevitable. This condltloa In tha
house where tire would do tba greatest
damage must bs eliminated, Mr. Morris
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