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niB BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1913.
This- Will Be Continued in Our Next
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
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TOWLE CORMHUSKER GAPTAIH
XfMy little tMrterWck Chosen to
X4 Referasi Team.
XART SAKQTJETS SCHEDULED
Xfmiera of Tettna Will Be Hatr
Sained at Nnmer-pn jrMwtj ,
h Will Com t fimnha
far ene- '
Nov. 2S.-(Bpeclal Tele-lr.r-Mx
Tawls. the--heady little
MfirbMk of the Cemtiutkeray waa-ihls
aftraoa Informally elected cafetali 6t
the mi iltTMi ' '
Tw! eewM rrafluato ths, yrrlf,i
orM to take additional work, "tut Will
Mtey' hli graduation unUI the mid
mmer 'M plar toot ball again In the
fan. Tewta pfeyed a gTatid rtme at
quarter this season and wa nearly the
uftaatmoun cllc of all aport wrlterii for
that tomtom on the MlMourl valley team,
"Towlo'n choleo waa unanimous on the
aeooif -baUaU llallljnn ana H5ward 'each
tixxMm two rote on the first. The
Itctlon Is unoffldat an yet, becausa the
aUileto board . haa not granted letters,
at "trttl b oMlrm as soon as the
TMar4 lake's action.
"w!'j! hom, l, Jncoln and next
soa wMl b Mi kit In eeUe foot
' t iint INtnimeta riflnned.
Tha -flrat at the Mi-lea of bajuuata arvn
krtJoln' IwalnVaii 'men for 'the all
TWtrjous dornhusker eleven was held
taday, Tli .baaauet was gtyen by the
Ttotafy cM M tho members -f the squid
Tipmtfriit "Mfe IncelH' Cemmeretal cVhb
will trt rtaiH.iu twcheon fer the aauad
mmI aWcheJ arirt t'hit will end the MtKI-IIm.VvwUI-
fler th Thknktrlvinr holl
aya.. ImtaasVaUbv Kith the opening qf
the j school Main, the Mr Cornhusker
fcall.wlrt.i,heM. Th data for the
Wc re'afcm of (enkilskar Mhlebto stars
to it r December S, the plnco, to be
sVc(dd, upe ktr. '
Cemlnv t QiMha.
KoliowTh theJbmhuker banquet Is
the aitHH ef the Cornhusker boosters in
Onjaha, so that the members of the squad
xrr'aara t Iw fairly Vy tstfofa the
TM Cornhusker banquet bids fair to
any of the previous yean. The
Inmeents ara In charge of the arranite
awH) ad have eelectH Trt, K, W.
CsMMrell, o of the .Mai knawn faculty
Maswtars at the stata sckori and a real
fyt Hill esMiualast far ttaMwasftr,
in altl the laM tH wH Include atx
mambers, music. TKs Imm
are ansloits ( maM ttee Hvsfcer
hM"t a treat hnwe-oomlnc Yftt for
lha iXiboVa alumttt And arearty for
th4 wV have paayad ft Mtt" at th
udvralty. An &rawlsed efiert k bfmr
wads to secure a arie a repreaentatlon
Mr aassthls far each Cornhuaker team.
ST meet tin; of the a th Vet to erd ta
avartl "N'a" to the players will not be
Mid Hatll next month.
Ames Player Makes
New Forward Pass
Eeoord at Drake
AMK8, la.,, ffov, 25.-(Specla!.)-Amea
shattered the forward pawing record 'of
thn west In the clottna; frame of the sea
son wth. Drake university In Drake
stadium, pes Moines Saturday. "Btll"
Jftrennan, th cyetone quarterback, whos
sil around fet ball ability marked him
In thn estimation of the Ames' coaches
ffi(htnVVjst the west has produced (one
well-versed crltto net excluding; Kcker
sall'dt Chleaffa), executed eighteen sue
eetuf fotward afalnit the Irak
Th maklnc of th recerd was due to
Injury of u, sf lireB&n's lets durtne
the came, which prevented thn brilliant
general from oontlnulnc his marvelous
running, open-fUld game. After his run
ning member waa discomfited, the Axnea
general opened up a daxsllng, variegated
open attack In which th forward pass
played a continuous, apectaoular part.
Xew Reeve, th star tackle en th right
side of this and Isat yra llae, today
waa elected captain of the 1MI varsity.
The taut of the week Coach Hubbard
at out the ahaUal call 'for th basket
hK aVarUr .?Md, nd yesterday after
noon slate gym wa' mehteed'iiy basket
heoteM who wanted a. whirl jit the var
'slry five berths. ' About twenty men re
ported to Hubbard fer the primary in
spection and workout. Hubbard gave them
two' hew of 4 basket praetle .and floor
work. The outlook for a. strong basket
ball team Is encouraging1, ys. Captain
H'aWMl, who nnl tAA Vast tOt ball
weeks lining up the 'cimMdatis." Com
WILSON WILL 60 TO GAME
President Eagagei Twenty-Seven
Seats fer Anay-Nnvy Battle.
MANY OinCIALS TO ATTEND
Frty-ene Thousand Tickets Nearly
All gald and Three-Dollar
Seats Bring Fifty Dollars
ytHtn to makt the
keenest In years.
(utte wlb th
NEW TORK, Nov. 2S.-Bradng weather
has succeeded the Indian summer condi
tions which prevailed here last week,
holding out prospnot auspicious for the
army-navy foot ball gain here next Bat
urday. The staging of this gridiron olassto
within the arena of the new base ball
frtadlum at the Polp grounda will give It
a more up-to-date setting than that game
has aver bad before and from every In
dication Will attract official Washington
and society generally to an even greater
extent that has been the rule.
It wan announced that nearly all of tho
41,000 tickets havo been taken and that
th demand Is still so great that ordinary
I seat ara selling for as much as $60 a
pair, while boxes can no longer be ob
tained at !.
Wllson Will IIst Bis; rarty.
Tho list of box holders on the army !!
of the field waa made publlo today, Presi
dent Wilson ha engaged his boSc on thla
side and It Is understood" a reservation
of twenty-seven box aeats has been modfe
for hi party which will probably In
clude the president's' new son-ln-taw and
hi brldf,ifr. and,XrJFraIs pt Sayreg
This wilt Di-obably bo the first public; ap-
ptiaranco of th eoupl after th wed'iink
P&HJ NORMAL. SCHOOL WILL
PLAY TAflKlQ THURSDAY
TAHKIO. Ma, Tov. Jt.-(8rcUL)-Tha
TmWo cotlesje foot ball team will close
11 IMS schedule when It lines up a'galntt
th Fru (Neb.) Normal team on the
Tarko athletic field on Thanksgiving
day. The largest crowd by all odds Is
unacted to attend this game, and a great
trtdkon battlo Is promised. Th Ne
feraak, teachers are espclally strong this
year, and are expecting to give Tarklota
Mlf came. Tarklo has Just reco-ered
from, a scries of minor Injuries to five of
the varsity stars, and the new machine
Is working together nicely. Captain
IbwCMtiardt will play hie last game, as
'will, Manager Lunan.
IRICKLEY. STARS IN ALL
DEPARTMENTS OF GAME
BOSTON. Nov. Si Charles Edward
'Brickley. whose wonderful drop kicking
scored a Harvard victory over Tula last
Saturday, has scored 25 points on th
grlderon durlnr thr years at Harvard,
according to a local Investigator. The
period covers on year on the freshmen
!evn and two years on the 'varsity,
the total points being divided as follows:
Twenty-four touchdowns, for US points;
five goals from touchdown for 6 points,
and thirty-four field goals from field for
In two years as a varsity player h has
kicked twenty-four goals from the field
In thirteen' out of eighteen games, and
wound up with his high water mark of
five against Yale Saturday.
Keel of Shainrook
is Laid1 at Gosport
aoSPOflT. England, Nov. ik The lead
keel of the Shamrock IV, which Is to
try to capture the America's cup next
year, is to be tast her tomorrow. Sir
Thomas XJnton with a few friends wilt
attend th ceremony, uood progres nas
bn road In th nreparatlon of the ma
terlal for the chUnr, and aftr cast
ln Its kl th advance In construction
will be rapid.
ATHLETICS GET ANOTHER .
HURLER PROM BUSH'S 1URQ
naiTvnHn. M4nn.. Nov.
riravMl a CMMw Indja of Walker,
uh. Uu4 a a B4tcher fer th
--''- AtMioaR leagua base ball'
tMm fwr th it was a.
iMuneed today. Grave in th last
two m ha Kcttftd seMatlOMl eaH
lr Xalker mm! UrsineH. an has bn
tMteed ufon a a lol wender.
He waa a teammat of tillo Bush be
cr th latter becam a big leaguer.
Sea JardUn MlrStd Contain.
giUCAOO. Nov, M.-Paul Pes Jardlen,
MS, eentkr ruh of th Untversjty ?f Chi
cago foot ball team and rated as the
beat man In th ko In th central
west, wa chosen captala of th MM team
today. Ees Jardlen is 40 years old,
FEDERAL PROIE INTO HIGH
COST OF LIVING IS BE0UN
WASHINGTON. Nov. 36.-Another fed
eral investigation Into the high cost of
living was begun tody If th InveoU
gatlon confirms charges that a conspir
acy exists to maintain or fore higher
the prices of cold storage products It Is
probable that Attorney General MoRoyq
olds wll nstltut.e criminal prosecutions.
A congressional Investigation bf a dif
ferent phase of the high cost 9t living
problem also was threatened today.
While special agents of the Dprt
ment of Justice are sifting charges that
eggs, poultry and dairy products are be
ing plied up In cold etorage to maintain
high prices and evon force them higher,
Fred A. Itrltten, representative from lilt
nolo. Is preparing to ask for a congrs
sloaal Investigation Into prices of meat.
The preparations for a meat Investiga
tion' wer prompted by an announcement
that the navy had bought nearly 800.000
pound of Australian fresh beef at a
halt a cent a pound lower than the best
prices quoted by the American packer
apd 1JO.C0Q pounds of canned corn beef
from th Australian offices at t cents a
pound below the lowest price In th
United States, The government -paid
11.90 cants a pound for the fresh beef
Mid U.t7 cents for the corned product.
festivities In Washington.
Reservations on the army(H hs.Ys.iso
been made lor members- oi tne caoinec.
excepting the secretary ofthe navy, who
naturally would find Tits place, on the
opposite aide of the field. Thn repre
sentatives of th army will Include In ad
dition to Secretary of Wat Garrison.
General Leonard Wood. General Thomas
II. Barry, Colonel C. P. Townsley, super
lntendent of the United States Military
academy, and a number of high ranking
officers In the military aervloe. Boxes
have also been reserved by nearly a score
of United (Hates senators on the army
side, but then Is only a sprinkling ot
Nw Toric society showing In that sec
Navy 1 Favorite.
With the navy the general favorite In
the game. It Is probable, the midshipmen
will have among their supporters the
heavier representation: of those whq oth
rwl would fee.-'disinterested spectators,
On of the conB4euus box holders on
the army side Is Thomas J. Lynch., pres
ident of the National Bate Ball league,
who will find It a novelty to witness a
great gridiron stjruag-l on the grounds
wher he aw th National league cham
pion go down to defeat by the American
leagu pennant wlnnra early this fall.
Gpvernor"Glyhn and Mayor 'Kline of New
Yolk will also be on the army side.
Chotc of seats is not necessarily an
Index to favoritism, however, and whilo
the list of box holders on tho navy side
may -net show nuttk iiitineuiv,ri
company, it Is likely to hove support In!
greater nuntbers of loyal enthusiasts.
The midshipmen are an undefeated
eleven, while the army cadets have beon
decisively outclassed by Notr Dame, and
In other games this season they have
failed to msRe a creditable showing.
In local betting the navy is a strong 10
to 7 favorite.
With the Bowlers
Standard Oil I.rnfftie.
POLARINB AUTO OIL.
1st. .M. Sd. Total.
Klin HI 145 ITS. 01
Harmon .....1S3 ISO 137 43
Uyrne .... 17 1(4 144 437
Totals , 4U 431 458 1.K5
MICA AXLE GREASE.
1st. ta ' M. Total.
Plamondon 122 m m 4i.l
Hooert I vl27 1T1 146 444
True- 147 330 137 414
Totals m m m um
1st. A TntDl
verity Hg jkv 137 440
Jiony ui iji irs va
Jones M in 1M 477
Totals 448 4S7 455 1.S70
1st. 2d. Jd. Total.
Moore 134 iu
jonaneen ..... .. 133 9 333
Hchenck 140 13$ 143 430
aum 1T7 1 49 165 612
Total 451 422 426 1.29J
BESBUN'8 TRADE MARKS.
Int. ?H t.l
Chandler in n n xr
Beilgele m ' 113 1M 47
"esyl'n 187 144 193 M3
Mtle , 132 204 171 M7
Dad 177 12 148 4S7
Totals S74 S34 843 2,551
RUMOUR'S OLD TAVERNS.
lf. M. M. Tnlat.
uraun w u&
Totals 6H 784 , m $.541
TRACY'S LA TRUDAB.
1st. 'Id. 3d. Total.
DohertV .........30 309 204 (19
Dahmke 198 125 166 Pit
J, Ilowley , 12S 187 167 48Z
H. How ev r. m .141 1(5 4S3
Ncrgaard' ......... .193 173 (40
Totals 837 855 2,583
FRANK'S CANDY KIDS,
COYOTES APPEAR IN TRIM
Go Through Stiff Practice for the
Creighton Game. '
WALK OVER SECOND STRINGERS
Scrub Backfie-ld Fights for Half
llnnr Without MaklnK Score
Against Men from the
Schultx , 158
872 685 2.(19
Fairmont Crenracry Leaarne
Smith 1M 127
1st. 2d. 3d
Hess 121 113
Qllday ;16S 153
Gabriel 13( 112
llaulman , 133 153
Houser 145 101
636 760 t,m
Titals' CM -b5 .
.T(3tal 653 710 U5
lsti Jd-tid. Total.
Cavltt IK' 135 ' 1 (CM
Snider 116 ' 160 135 (31
Haven 13 l lw m
Hettjer .... 143 126 116 3S
Gil. ; 169 181 163 613
NEBRASKAN SENDS SON
TO PEN j-OR FIVE YEARS
FORTIAND. Or.. Nov. 26.-Edwln T.
Ayr. a banker of Dakota City, Neb.,
is sending his son, Edwin Ayers. Jr., to
Oregon to serve five years In thn Peni
tentiary, according to a telegram re
ceived by District Attorney Evans today.
Young Evans cams hero three years
ago and proceeded to pass forged checks
on several merchants. H was arrested
and pleaded guilty, His father came to
Portland and pleaded before Circuit Judge
Kavanaugh to be allowed to take the
boy home. The court consented. Toung
Ayers we sentenced to five years' Im
prisonment and paroled.
A few days ago Judge Kavanaugh was
notified by th father that the son had
forged more checks and permission was
asked to send hm on a long cruise, This
was rciusca uiu toaay me youin Starteo
for Oregon In custody.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Welgel 153. 165 134 461
Hss ,..130 107 125 352
Qulnlln 65 0 102 224
Kulhenek Ill 111 ICS 335
Holcomb .., ....1(2 160 133 445
Totals 630 602 607 L829
Storm Bar, i
December Is always storm)'; U. com
fertable and protect your health In one
of our weatherproof coats. Omaha Rubber
ccenpany, 109? Harney.
Falu Still Talking.
David U "Putts, head ot tb Base Ball
Players' fraternity, expresses the hope
that the fraternity's demand wilt b
graaUd without tb nce4ty of a per.
nUhmt .VetW th Jfatlonal com-
THAW MUST PAY FOR HIS
"KEEP" IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
MERRILL WINS SUIT AND
WOLF MUST PAY COMMISSION
Orin 8. Merrill, a South Omaha real
estate dealer, has secured Judgment
sgalnst Harry A. Wolf, an Omaha dealer,
for the sum of 6637 and costs In tb dis
The case was for action brought by
Orin B. Merrill against Wolf for controls.
slonr on the sale of a farm In Sarpy
county to Oscar Johnson. Mr. Merrill had
! secured Judgment In the county court and
CONCORD. N- It, Nov. as.-Hrry K.
Thaw'e sojourn In New .lampshtre.
wlill he Is flghltn tho attempts of New
lork state to obtain his return to the
Mnttra.ws.ti insana asylum, will b at
his own expense. That was the order! this was an appeal from that court by
entered today by Judge Aidrlch In thlhe defendant. The case hss attracted
federal court records of the case. In I considerable attention among local , real
which Thaw appear as petitioner for estate dealers and Is a victory for the
a writ ot habeas corpus- (plaintiff-
.770 767 ' 708 . 2,2(6
Knights of Colnmbns League,
BHOWNINQ, KINO A CO.
1st. 2d. Sd. Tot.
Cobry , 134 17( 165 (73
jjoier hi 233 1(4 est
Assmatt '!( 127 160 3S6
McAndrews 117 135 107 ut
'J nomas , 166 1 65 198 619
Totals 677 831 ' TM
.... 717 7 671 2,064
URGES PUTTING KIBOSH
ON GRAMMAR TEACHING
KANSAS C1TT, Mo.. Nov. Ji-'The
teaching of grammar In schools should
be abolished," declared' Charles K. Tay
lor, an educator of Philadelphia, In an
address before the Knife and Fork club
"in place of grammar I would substi
tute a course In the reading of good lit
erature, which would develop the moral
character, as well as have educational
value," continued Mr. Taylor.
Discussing "sex hygiene." Mr. Taylor
declared he did not believe It should be
brought to the attention of the pupils In
th grade schools because, of Its bad ef
fects upon them.
Key to the Situation-Be Advertising.
VERMILION, 8. D.. Nov. 25.-(Spcial.)
"The Dakota Coyotes were given the
heaviest of the pre-Crelshton game scrim
mages this evening, with the varsity com
posed of about tho same timber as In
previous games. Willy, center;, Brooks
and King, guards; Horner and Brown,
tackles; L. Brown and Henley, ends;
Ferguson and Coffey, halves; H,enge!,
fullback; Wldal. quarterback, This orga
nisation romped away with the scrubs
at a merry pace, until the coach switched
the varsity backs and ends Into a com
blnation with the varsity line: and put
Carlson and Henley, halves; Paulson, end;
Bentley, quarterback, and Rose, f ulback,
behind tho reserve line, with Instructions
to use passes, Rowe doing the hurling.
The first string men were able to break
most of them up at will; however, sev-'
erai snort flings, Rowe to Bentley, and
one long drive, Rowe to Paulson, made
For a few downs, Coach Hejiderson
stepped Into the pitching box. and his
short Jabby posses worked successfully
without exception. Tho scrub backfleld
fousht the varsity backfleld. team for
half-an hour without a score.
Th men are all In splendid shape and
should repeat the work of South Dakota
'at Omaha th last two "turkey" days.
TORCH PARADE BEFORE GAMK
Crrlgaton to Stag Lively Procession
Before Coyote Battle.
A big torchlight parade through th
streets of Omaha Wednesday 'evening Is
planned by Creighton students as a fore
runner to the Thanksgiving game with
the 'South Dakota Coyotes. A special
committee of students, representing ' th
five departments, will meet at the- law
college this afternoon and make plans
for the occasion.
Betting on the outcome of the big game
Is light, although some of the students
are wllllnr to bet even money that
Creighton will win. Others are asking
odds, although willing to bet that Creigh
ton will hold South Dakota to at least
fourteeu points. Conch Harry Miller Is
reticent, merely stating that ''It will be
b. close game." This Is Millet's usual
prediction before a, big jrame. Miller was
far from satisfied with th practice Mon
day, and predicted that the men would
look poor during1 th remaining days of
Team is coatldent.
Th team members art confident of
giving th Coyotes the, same of their
lives. They displayed a lot of ginger
Monday, Captain Miller running them
through signals at tiptop spocd. No
scrimmaging U on the bill for this week;
as no chances of any Injuries will be
taken. Brennan was forced to leave prac.
tlco Monday evening because ot a Icli
in the stomach, but Is expected to b
cut again today.
The line which will represent Creighton
In the big game will average Just 200
pounds, from tackle to tackle. This will
Include Young, Hall. Hanley. Stapletoh
and Shannon, Hanley at center weigh
183. and Is the lightest of the bunch.
Shannon weighs 211, Stapleton 210, Hall
225 and Vounr MS. The line Is much
stronger than that which opposed South
Dakota last year. Hanley and Hall ans
the only ones of the quintet who played
In that game.
Mlllfr Will Help Oat.
Captain Miller was out of the game lost
year because ot Injuries, and his presence
this year Is expected to add muck to' tho
Casey, hurt Thursday, will be out for
practice today, although he may be un
able to get Into shape for' Thursday.
A record crowd is expected for the bl?
game, and a large number of the reserved
i.eats snd boxes have been disposed of.
They are pn ssle at Beaton's drug store
The South Dakota team will be nccom
panled by a band and a number of
Harapten Wins Two (Samrs.
HAMPTON. Neb., Nov. 2S.-The Hamp
ton high school defeated the Cairo high
school In an exciting game of basket ball
Saturday night. 23 to 9. Thla Is Hamp
ton itfth successive victory. Tho Hamp
ton high school reserves defeated the
Cairo high school reserves, 29 to 14.
VALENTINE MAff LOSES
ROLL BY "PANEL" GAME
CHICAGO, 111., Nov. 25. (Special Tel
egram.) Chicago "con" men went baolt
to the days of 'the old "panel game'' to
get the roll of Gorge Dosae, 27 years
old, a cattleman from Valentine, Neb.,
last night, gettlnr away with $320 and
a 855 gold watch.
Dosie brought three carloads of cattle
to Chicago Saturday and had 3320 In
cash besides a large check. He decided
to spend Sunday at the Modern hotel.
(14 South State street, where the old
gam was worked.
Chief Quits; Cops
Refusing to Eide
On Cars Acquitted
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov, 23.-Nar-lin
Ilyland, superintendent of police, and
William B. Davis, president of the Board
of Safety, resigned today when thlrty-on
policemen charged with insubordination
were acquitted by- the Board of Safety.
Both resignations were accepted by
Mayor Shank. Tho. patrolmen were al
leged to have refused to ride on street
cars, at the time of the strike of tho Btreet
railway employes here a few weeks ago.
Captain George V. Coffin waa appointed
superintendent of police, but refused to
accept the position, saying that when the
ndmtnlstratlon changes January 1, 19K,
he would have to reelgn. This would re
duce htm to the rank as a patrolman.
At the trial of th patrolmen, th men
testified that Superintendent Hyland had
countermanded orders to ride upon the
street cars. They said he had called for
volunteers, but Jhat none ot th men were
willing to do so to protect strike break
ers. The patrolmen declared, however,
that they would hay been willing to
ride on the cars If It had been necessary
to protect cltisens. After the. policemen
had been acquitted Mayor Shank ad
dressed them and said that he did not
blamo them for refusing to rid upon
the street cars to- protect strike breakers.
He declared that In the event ot n
teamsters' strike,- which had been threat
ened, he did not wish patrolmen to ride
upon the wagons to protect trko breakers.
MANY WOULD-BE CHAMPS:
Seven High Schools in State Besides 1
Omaha Are Undefeated. . ,
WILL NOT PLAY POST-SEASOR)
Profi Rend Snya Nothing Would Bet
Gained Even it Omahn Should ,
Defeat One of the Claim
nnta for Honors,
Omaha Woman's Club .
Endorses the Social
Service Board Move
Th social sclene department ot the
Omaha Woman's club at Its meetlog
Monday afternoon endorsed the option
taken by th Social Servlc board In not
allowing the dance halls to issue return
check. The fact that many young boys
and girls go to the publlo dance hall
with tho permission of their parents and
leave during the evening and spend their
time In places where they should not
be has prompted the action of the Social
Service board and to take the situation
in hand. j
Jt Is with the approval of many ot the
managers of the dance halls that the
board is taklntr thla step. Owing to the
fact that there was not a quorum of
the department present tho address.
which waa to havo been given by J. M.
Leldy ot the County Charities associa
tion, was postponed. After those pres
ent discussed the lines of social work
which tho department will undertake
this, winter, the meeting adjourned.
L0BECK DELIVERS ADDRESS
BEFORE BROCKTON PEOPLE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Nov. 26. (Special Tel
egramsRepresentative Lobeck . of the
Omaha district returned to the capital
yesterday fjfom a little excursion to
Brockton, Mass., wnere me conKrcn"
made a speech with Scandinavian tnm-
mlnra. Mr. Tjobeck addressed th Lin
coln-Scandinavian club of the well-known
manufacturing city on the sunjeci. jne
Influence of the Scandinavian People on
the Political and Social Life of the United
it. r. Maxwell and wlfe-'bf Omaha are
In Washington on a' slg.hUaelng and busl-
neaa .lritfc Mr. MaxwelL who Is A son
of the late Judge Maxwell 'of the Ne-
braska, supreme court, is one or tne at
torneys In a. case pending before the
Rtnl denartment concerning somo South
American business Interests In which a
client Is Interested. Mr. and Mrs. Max
well will return to their home tomorrow.
MAN SUPPOSED FROM OMAHA
i FOUND SHOT UPON ROAD
Leavenworth. Kan.. Nov. 25.-T.he
body pf. a man supposed to be "Charles
Hoyt of Omaha was found tonignt on a
lonely road near Weston, Mo. Thsre was
aiUtet hole through his heart and a
revolver by his' side.' In 'his pocket "was
found a pawn ticket of an Omaha firm
showing that Charles Hoyt had pawned
a watch there October 2L The man ap
peared In Weston Saturday and obtained
employment on a farm, where- he refused
to give his name.
The Omaha directory -does not contain
the .name of Charles Hoyt -mentioned In
the dispatch from 'Leavenworth.
EVA TANGUAY AND HER
LEADING MAN MARRIED
TANN ARBOR. Mich., Nov. JR.-Eva
Tanguay, the actress, and her leading
man, John W. Ford, were married here
thla" afternoon. A Justice of the peace
performed the ceremony.
Packer to Fight at Lat
JIarry Brewster, Kansas City welter,
weight, will meet Packey McFarland In
ah 'eight-round battle at Wlnduor. Ont ,
Prof. C E. Rood, athletic director .of-,
the high school, Is in receipt of telegrams,
or letters from various high schools out,
In the state, all of whom wish to chat",
lenge Omaha for foot ball ,chomplonshlp
of the stat-. Seven schools, alt of which,
are as yet undefeated, desire to tight for)
the atate honor with Omaha, providing''
that Omaha should win from Northf.
Platte, while two more would like to play.
Omaha Just to satisfy themselves that,
Omaha Isn't the strongest team in the'
Mr. Reed corresponded with several ot
the winning high school teams of th'
state last week asking for the records
of their foot ball teams In order that he
might be prepared to back up Omaha's'
claim fot- the state championship Ir North)
Platte Is eliminated here ThanksgUirijj
day. When the high schools responded1
to Mr. Reed's queries, ferocious chal-J
lenges, defying Omaha to play n post-''
season game, accompanied them. . '.
Kearney, Oitceola, Lexington, Hastlngi,t
Franklin, Cozod and Atkinson are Nl.
braska teams who are as yet unbeateW
and therefore all believe llie.v should have
the right to contend for the state chant-'
slonshlp. Aurora and Gothenburg Haul
previously asked for a game and 'Ssil
Reed' practically agreed to play Aurqirlil
but both teams have slnco been bcajefrr.
several times so, .there will be no pwi-t
season game with either.
Mr. Reed does not believe that a porj-f
season ganio would be attractive, ''it
would cause discussion If we played nV(
one ot tho teams and wo would be 'no
better off than we are now, because Te(.
remaining team would Immediately (Iji
mnnd a game," said Mr Reed. "At Pre-?
ent the championship Is a toss up, bile
If we defeat iNorth Platte Thursday '
believe that it must be conceded that w.e
should be given the championship because
North Platte's lone defeat was unfoJ
tunatc and due to uncomfortable playing
"Beatrice Is, In my opinion, the strong
est team In the state and they haven't
even asked to play . us. These echoawi
would bo a poor drawing card and It li
doubtful If they could put up a champlonf
ship brand ot foot "ball. ' j
"It we. beat North Platte We will ptyy
no past-season game" with anybody. Our
claim to the championship will have to
stand on our record and I believe It will
do" that successfully." f
WILL HAVE TO TREAT OLD ,1
GLORY WITH MORE RESPECT
For failure to drop a big American flag
Into vlow at the right moment during
patriotic number by the women's brass
lnd at the Gayety Sunday, rohk'-p,
Galllgan, the properly man', almost Molt
Ms Job tiurihg the Star Spangled JPariner
frensy in'frhlch Mnnager Johnson!.: In,
rtulxfd after the show. The latter1 told
'Galllgan that another such slight Jtp Ol
Glory would cost mm ns jon,. AJ th$
grand old '.flag Is now working to' tho
. .. .... ... v.
satisfaction oi ins doss, uauigan minus
he has true cause for thanksgiving. . I
i ''i ' ,
Tinker W.on't Manage- Rrda. hc
' CINCltfNATf, O.Ji&r. 26.-11, was offi
cially announced by the boafd -of' direc
tors of the Cincinnati base ball, club lato
today, that Joe Tinker, manager fe't the
team last season, would not man'ajte It.
during the season of 19K. Inability to
come to terms with Tinker Is given as
tne reason tor reacning this conclutibp.-
A bread sew Ide
a distinct Trsas
Tbe -estreat of
itbasLlaocord Unbreakable Buttoahole
, In no other make which enable tbe
collar to retain Us original good a cm thru
sseaths of wear.
2 for 2f,
for Role by These OaUh alrs
Thw. Kilpatrick &
1SOT SaafU BH.