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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1!H.
Bringing Up Father
Drawn for The Bee by George McManiis
fOLLY! fJ JULD5HOW xM,. "TO FiNM fx"" H h W mfoca t , LJ CERTAINLY A A
EIWT jW. A&ETOF IV" LEATHER AND 0 Vill , ET S ITfl CLEVATitSV
p. ? ; k? 1 . -v. J i ( m Tr j Tr Lo JW
HAGLWORKIKG FOR PEACE
-V ' ''. 1. ' .
'African and Federal League Chief
.- .; Seeking' Agreement. .'
' A! fcWTOZ&S MEET IN CHICAGO
Nene of Officials Will Vfir Pre.
' dletleo f . C-oadltleae Likely
Tla'JU; Baa. at Settle.
; ' ent.-t I
. CHICAGO;. Nor. trWlth peace In the
base ball world' and possible chani In'
the ownership f Ihe'New Tork club up
for dlecueelon,'' official pt tha American
league went Into annual' aaaon here to
day -hfthlnl closed doors.- Routine busi
ness, wa .disposed of. si , ha directors'
meeting.. twhlch preceded the .twirya
mooting.'. . , , . , r
Soma Of tha ' magnates frankly disap
proved of tha event hlrh led to tha
resignation of Frank Chanoa aa manager
of. tha Near Tork club, and It waa al4
plana for a ahlft of ownership of tha
club would b laid before tha meeting-.
Declare " for Feaee.
Tba league officials generally declared;
themselves for oace'r today, but ' none
would vantorJs a prediction of conditions
-ndar which, pear might b made -nth
the' Federal Jeague.,, One' or. two 'eaJd
they hoped, a true- might he agreed upo-
to prevent rerasr" bidding Tor bail play
ers In' competition between organised base
feel, and the Federal league. .... t
Connie Mattk, manacar of the FhUadeU
phla. club, lb tm aaid..- woujd aak . for
some action alnst Hushle Jennlnsa,
monster of the Detroit club,' whom ha
ecauees of bveaklna; tha laua rules by
dlins out Inforinatlen tniMak hal
atc4 for wajvera on flank, Reader and
i 8er Ceafereaee, . t .
It1 was reported that repreaenUtlvea of
the American league were tn secret eon
ference with uanatae of the rederal
league on the subject of peaoa. Ooeslp
retorted that the foUowinc solution wee
discussed: , . , .
1- JPurchase of .the t American learue
club of New Tork by th4 Wards of
t Too Cblcaa National to bo bourht
by . Wearhman and Walker, owner of
the Chlcao Federala. '
'Cither tha t Louis National or
American club to bo purchased by atock
tiolders of the St. foula leafue club.
4. Player and stockholders of the Ted
oral aue clubs, not otherwise caned
for, to bo protected by the American
league, the National league, the Amer
ican -association- and the International
Scores Made by the Bowlers on Local Alleys
1st. f). M. Tot.
Lsne 17M rrr n un
Klrtson 113 17 in- iM
Une , ..i't ih7 1"H l,H
Cain ?J m 2ns
Jarosh 177 2 A b Mi
i Totals K m 17 2W1
; KANDY KIp u
i. ' r-1"1- M-M Tot.
Ft-ron ....1S1 m n 4ia
Straw l m 4Wi
huiti ;....i93 j:a im m
i l Wft 'itia 4
Totals .....ui m mtm
BTAKS AND STRirKf
1st. M. 8t Tot.
wmi .).. 1HJ
'Tot sis AM 79 K9 if,n
BESKLIN g OLD MIXER8
., 1st. Jd. ad. Tor.
Chandler ...IM jj w
hfs IM 1DI 221 M7
gensele .....li3 114 2nJ :
PM P 124 141 . 47
f'lln m 14 U iu
i.Tofals 7M mtao
. ttryeo Lea.
( TEAM NO.-L-
1st. 2d. Jd.Tot.
Pearson . ,...is .J28..m m
Kuony m 120V10J J4
AppriqulSt .1117 14, OTl 407
focoM 14 in'lza 417
Jisgenslck ..145 my lag 421
J Totis .1.7 tm
I TEAM Nft .
....144 12J IM 42
....111 1 in: JT2
....IM 12 IM) XI
....110 M, 110 1115
....147 IM 110 4
Totals (M KA K 1919
TEAM NO. 4.
let. 2d. 3d. T"t.
Welly 173 170 IM Ml
Wsllaor ,...7 ).' 7 JIS
trMinhK'ti IIS in 177 V?
l.an .......:1lf IM W S
Wsthews ...10 XQ VI 132
Totals 6.19 M (119 19M
TKAM NO. I.
' lt. 2d. Sd.Tot.
wandfll ....131 139 13J 409
Rembe' ...ii M 119 21
Melster ..11 103 10S 331
Hmlth 124 143 aw
Lewta 146 lot 122 43
Tota1aV.... MS 27 1817
1st. M. sd Tot.
.117 n mi rw
. M W d2 i-m
11 mi in a?4
.K4 111 . 133 47
.110 .148 m 1S1
Totals fWO 67 540 1ST.
1st. 2d. Sd.Tt
Smith 90 113 ,11 KIT
Hoover K 94 1T7 Jt
Duaher 711 110 . a j.a
Kretaer HI 14 14 4T
Eaton 313 124 131 46
Totals' .....34 575" liTiSa"
Oaaka Oae L.aaiae.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Lucent 1 lis 162 4.19
Moran Ill 107 149 W7
Andersod ... M M es 21
Ryan IM 141 V 4S3
Bland 303 1W 151 149
Totals 733 4 70S 1089
1st. 21. 3d. Tot.
Push IM 173 117 46
Wood 173 1X1 11 t
Raber 7 123 119 320
Ber I . .134 , 15 77 M
Cooper 170 201 1K0 Ml
Total 7M 732 654 2137
, Int. 2d. 3d Tot.
Johnson ;...27.ns, 12J vg
C'smpVell IM 110 4K3
Marti 140 .175 lf. 474
Doherty ;..;10 14 12 377
Watt in IM ZX (67
Totals .....719 74 744 2iS
COMFORT IRONS. ,
' I- d. 3d. Tot.
Shatin ...I.aIM 129 111 374
Moran ...t..vHS 1S3. 11 416
Boiler ...1... 149 17 103 433
Murdock ;...14l 13 139 421
Johnson ....169 140 J4 173
Totala 741 T36 84 2J14
1st 2d. 3d. Tot.
Parkhurs ..146 124 137 m
Rentley ;....1M 1J 139 4'
Thomas ....113 121 332
Bentley ....137 162 113 4J
McDonald ..167 I'H 101 (13
: Totals 749 p?7 861 2097
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Hanaen 149 IM. 131 LIS
Phlllpp U3 143 12S 8M
Schmidt ....ltf 111 147 20
Wood 110 l.Tr'lM 0(3
Weymullcr .lsrifiO 198 tV34
Totala ....'.70 M 'TsTamT
Plurality of Illinois Senator Will
Amount Approximately to Ten
RETURNS ABE NEARLY ALL" IN
the Nebraska Telephone company took
1WS, later belns; a police operator. When
over the city wire aervlce, he accepted
a position with It and waa in its employ
up to the time of his death. He is sur
vived by three sisters, a widow and his
Tho funeral will be held at the Jones
street resldenr-e at 1 o'clock Friday, with
Interment at Forest Lawn.
in Oconto Burned;
Loss Forty Thousand
.OCDNTO...Nclu .Nov. 3--(6peclal Tele,
gram.-Fire was discovered , Tuesday
night at. 10 o'clock in the large building
occupied by B. O..Winn A Co., depart
I ment store, which waa aoon beyond con
trol. The flames spread, completely de
stroying Bridge's hardware store, the
Oconto restaurant, two. cream atatlons,
Rockwell's repair shop,, Eattman &
Campari's hardware store, Cave'a barber
shop and the Cottage' h6tel." Only the
hardest kind of work on the part of the
1 cltlsens saved the GUcrest lumber yard ,
and Mary's department etore. Had either 1
of these structures burned It would have
been Impossible to .have saved any of the
' business district. . Forty thousand dol
lars. seems to-be a conservative estimate
of loss. No live were' lost.' c '
RUSSIA CLAIMS SUCCESSES
Change Noted Since November 3 on
, East Prussian Line.
THOUSANDS OF MEN ARE TAKEN
General ataff at rrtroarrad Says
Retreat Almost Precipitate -n
Left Wis ef the
, . Enemr.
BAttK ; mm. FALL OFT
Coinptroilir'a Call for Local Bank
Statements Shows Less Money: r(
ALL BUT TWO SHOW DECREASE
Nebraska, National aaeV Paekere Na-
tleaal Keep Vp Total Bast- T
area Ca4ltloaa Are
Answering to a call from tha comp
troller for October 31. Omaha banka
found that deposit had fallen oft quite
considerably .during the last alx weeks.
Every bank with the exceptions of the
Nebraska National and tho Packers Na
tional auffered decreases In the amount
of thetr depoalte. The uncertain tat of
business condition Is given as reason for
the decreao. ' t
Oist Des Moines
and Omaha Battle
::. on Gridiron Today
Thur afternoon at 3:15 Omaba High ta
going to meet a team that la probably
the. -strongest la the eUte of Iowa,
namely. East Dee Moluee High. Thla
will be the first time that Omaha has
over played East Do Molnea, but they
have played North and West and found
them both hard rival.
A lWely mas meeting was held" at noon
oa . Wednesday In the high school audi
torium and a number of the team men
wve told what was going to happen to
De Moinea on Friday and the Glee club
an some original ong they Intend to
sing at tho game.
No chanae have beea made la the
lineup since last Saturday. Wither will
not be able to play-end. aa he Is dei
llnqueot tn his studtee. -Neville la etllj
out on account of a. weak ankle, but oa
a pinch the coach may Vuj'hiro in. The
strong point of Omaha la the 'forward
pee from- Lute to- Wiiaoa.. It waa by
tins meaaa.tha the Jeam gained shout
three time as much ground In the Sloui
gam aa 'the-winners did. -The lineup
that enters .will, be: Quarter, Nichols;
fullback. -.BeTry;- right half. .Lutea; left
half. Johnson: right endt Wilson; right
tackle, Phillips; right guard, Engstrom;
tenter. Berd;' left guard. Petersen: left
tackle, Ke: left end. Morearty. ' '
Tho eamd iiud-will plsy .the deaf
boy Saturday 04 a laoe not yej fixed.
' JFR0M;THE; AMERICANS
' BAN FIlANcfscO. Nov. ' t. -Owing to
the masterly piu-hlng of Alexander, who
allowed but. two a41etlea. the' All- Na
tionals defeated tho Atl-Amerlcens. t to t.
In the third game 1 of the local series
played bet today. The National bow
bav a lead -of one game ever their oppo
nent. The aerie will Uat throughout
the week4 Score; . 1 , . , R H E.
All-Nationals ..,.'....,. T 0
A 'I-Americans f
retteries: Alexander and kllllter; Cole
ana uciuy. . . j. . ,
SUNDAY BASEBALL IN: '
. WASHINGTON IS ILLEGAL
tr H v. 1
Stock Tarda National..
Uve mock National....
Nebraska National ....
Corn Ex. National
state. Bank of Omaha..
First National ..
tJ. 8. National 10.437.417
H tOC If YrH N,lii.l 1 1i ui
Merchanu National...'.! sl.U!M9
ty National 3.S4R.e
Packers NaUonal I t!let
t-orn-Kx. National 3.029i7
btate bank of Omaha.. sJ.&i
WASHrXOTON, ' Nov. S.-Th court of
arpoala here today reversed a ruling of
a loner court and held that r'uihlsy base
tali n the natlunal capital Is UlegaL
... 10 44 41
ToUU .,...$U,970.340 I51.760.mi4
TURNS FROM WAR TO POLITICS
Wall Street Gives Consideration jk
: Bisult of Elections.
EFFECT NOT VERY MARKED
Latest Victory at Gcrmaa Navy la
Alse Factor of Hack Im
portance oa the Stock
NEW YORK. Nov. 8 Well street
temporarily abandoned ita Interest In
international affairs tolay to give some
consideration to the outcome cf the elec
With the stock market still under
closure, there waa no way of measuring
the significance of the overturn In terms
of security values, but conservative
opinion Inclined' to the belief that under
normal conditions the market would have
responded with a vlgoroua upturn of
On tho other hand. It waa rexarded a
a debatable Question whether these poll,
tlcal co nd II tone would not have been
largely neutralised by the latest victories
of the German navy. These were ao
rorhpanlej by another aharp rise in
Trsnsatlantlc rates, while war risks on
ships plying between North and Routh
American porta were virtually prohibitive
according to reporta.
Expiration of the British moratorium
waa without appreciable effect either in
Ixjndon or here Albeit the London Stock
exchange haa formulated, with govern
ment aid, an elaborate plan to be em
ployed when market operations ate resumed.
The plan applies mainly to the carry-
1,01 , 201
ProgrreaslT Representation In the
' Legtlela'tare. , lsvRedaced from
, .. . . . . ,
TTrenty-Slito Three Re.
pahUcaaa Control lloose.
CHICAGO, ; Nov. S.Wlth only 163
sparsely settled precinct , of Illinois to
hear from, return thla morning con
firmed tho re-election of Henator Law.
rence T. Sherman, republican, to tha
United States senate. ,
His plurality In tho 4.43T precincts heari
from la t.9U over Roger Bulllvan, demo-
The vote without the missing precincts
follow: Sherman, 35,377; Sullivan.
S6S.M6. . ' ... '
Ben a tor Sherman early today declared
that hi plurality would tout 10.000 or
more, while Bulllvan "atlll contended thai
the official count would make him win
or. . ; , :
Rarm'nnd Rlhlna thm r.M-..l.. .
dldate polled a trifle more than half at ftpTmaTI A'TTntf SllffPTS
many votea a. ith.r .iniva- Rh.,.l,JC1'Ui1A XlllilY OIUIDIO
Medlll McCormlck of XThJrago Is the cW I
Frpm Laclt of Officers ',
l4tur and tha. only proBrattv- succeea
ful tn Chicago. Only two olherromber
of the party wre named for the VtWv
tur Uth iUU. The progTtivrlt had
tWMtvlf Mawikaa a 1 a L.J
L COPENHAGEN, i. Nov,, -(Special
COPENHAGEN. Noy. v . 4.-8peclaI '
Cablegram tx.-Nw-.-York . World and
Omaha BeJ The Oermatt armyv is suf
fering from a ahortaM of officers. Tha
Preeent return Indicate that the e- . Berliner Nachrichten makea the. follow. '
Ing complaint In thla connection:' ; 1
Cninterrupted and exhausting marches '
publicans elected at least seventy-seven
member of the state house of repre-
sntatlves. allowing them to aelect tho 1 attended with heavy losses greatly de-
eeaaer wiuioui any M-partlsan arrange
ment The senate will be about equal a
to republic ne and democrat.
Tho woman' vote Seemed to . maintain
tho same proportion Of the total, caat In
each of the three parties.' The expected
advantage which the progressive hoped
to how through the vote of the women
did not. appear In the returna for munic
ipal ludgea, In which the women balloted
with the men.
creased our officers. Officer are sub-
turn out to Be unsuitable la active erv- .
lce. Things went so' far that-In many, '
places on the western front one lieutenant ,
has command of two or three battalion.
"The war office I making heroic ef- I
forte to fill the gap thua created. The
emperor haa Issued a decree according '
to which all persons who have had higher '
education will be promoted to officer
PKTROOUAn. Nov. S.-The following
official communication from the Russian
general staff headquarters was given out
"A. sudden change ha been noted since
November 8 on the East Prussian fron
tier, where the enemy, which recently haa
been on tho defensive almost everywhere
has begun to fall back at certain polnte.
This retreat Is precipitate on the left
wing of the enemy which was vigorously
thrown back toward Blala and Lyek. Our
troope took Bakalarjevo, capturing a
large quantity of arms and ammunition
and making prisoners of a German com
pany. fttntiaoe Retreat. .
"On the left bank of the Vistula the
German continue their precipitate re
treat toward the frontier. Their rear
guards have been dislodged from Kolo
and Prxedborx. On the morning of No
vember S we drove back the Austrian
toward Klclce. which place our troops
occupied, making 600 prisoner and tak
ing marmne guns. On the same day we
won a decisive victory over tho Ainir,
along the whole front from Klelce to
cenaomlr. The enemy fell back with all
speed. Our troop took Sandomlr. which
la an important strategical position."
Cagttare Thoaeaaae. ' "
the-region south of Kiel: during
the-last week we have made prisoners of
!00 officer and AK soldier and, have
taken a laj-eje number of cannon a well
aa machine guns. During the night of
November 3 the Austrlana marf . .-1-.
of attache which were fiery, b,ut futile.
and they retreated. Our troop took a
lirm footing In the region of Nieko and
nudnik. . j 1 v : j , v
"The Turkish fleet' 1 concentrated In
the Black Sea with a baae on the Bos
phorus. Apparently they are trying to
avoid a" fight, with our force.
STRYKER INJIATE.. CASE
Appears Before Interstate Cbnvmis
sion for Lire Stock Interest .
OBJECTS TO CARRIERS' CHARGE
Increase In Tariff an Cattle" front
West Said t Be Greatly Iq Tutor
f Chlcaajo and St, Loala ...
Markets: ' .-
(From a Staff Correspondents
WASHINGTON. Nov. t. (Special Tele-,
gram.) A. F. Btryker. secretary and traf
fic manager of the South Omaha, Live
Stock exchange., appeared today before
the Interstate Commerce commission In
the so-called, advanced live stock rate
case, representing the citie of Bt. Jo
seph. Kansaa City and Omaha. In oppo
sition to the advance of certain rata on
live atock . from Colorado, the Dakota,
Wyoming. Montana, Vteh and Colorado.
The advance as proposed by carrier
(the railroad companies' . were not uni
form, according to Mr. Stryker,, and fa
vored decidedly the markets at Chicago
and St. Louie. ...... r
The case was tried before a commis
sioner at Sioux Falls. 8. V., and Denver
and has been stubbornly fought by the
Mr. Stryker 1 also Interested In another
Interstate commerce case, known aa the
'.'contract '. Taruafloa -ttjeT .: vheretttrtho
contention of hi client is that the rail
roads sljuldVbe fhtlrely'VeliponMbTdV for
the live stock transported".
r. 11 " ; v
1 iii .
Bee readers are 100 intelligent to' over
:00k tho opportunltiea In the "want ad"
column. They're worth while reading.
Most ef the state offices were conceded ; after three montha' aervlce In the ranke.
to the republicans. Andrew J. Russell
(rep.) was elected state treasurer; Francl. ! "Ploof lAr. rtf TrxVir.n
u. man- (rep.), superintendent of public 1 UvUulUU Ul UUUUOUU
Instruction, and Charles W. Vail rep.),
clerk of tho supreme court. 1
j . .Music .
Admitted by Burke i
V. &. National
Stock Varus National,
raercnanta National ...
City. Nat lane I
Live Stock National .
NahrA.k m. K . 1 1 n -1
Com x. National ...
btate bn of Omaha
. T 72. 171
Oct f U
1 7 im
First National 3.SW.679
Lniled (lt National 1.1-4
Nlock Yards National .. 4li.247
Merchants National .... 4.77ti0
t'ltv Nallouai 3.3&10U3
Live Stork National .. 1.
Neoraska National .... I.ut.7k3
Packera National ' 1.374.111
Cora Kc. National .... 1.413.&4
Stale Bank of Omaha..
I. Id. 114
FOOT BALL SPECIAL FOR
- NEBRASKA-KANSAS GAME
For the NebraaVa-Kansa football game
to. .be played at Lincoln Saturday, No
vember 14. the Wurllngton will run a ape,
rial train from Omaha, leaving her early
in the morning. Four hundred tickets for
tho gam have' beea aent bare to be sold
and at tha rata they are going. It Is
thought that more will have to be
Willing te Bex.
OMAHA. Novi 3 -To the Sporting Edi
tor of The tie; I nottoed a challenge In
this momliis's paper ttom one of Paul
Murray's aludenta, "Kid" Kiousky, ad
would I ke to niet him if It could be ar
ranged saliefat'tory to 11a both.
Ing of margined accounts.
The weekly . statement of the Imperial
hank of Germany which showed an In
crease of 114O.0iO.00O in cold reeerves in
the three monthe of war, reflected the
large payments msde In connection with
th war loan. Foreign exchange waa firm
with a minimum of operations, rabies
being quoted at 4 81V, and eight drafta at
4 904. More German cotton bills were
in the market at ralea unchanged from
the early week.
Occupants of Buggy
Hurt in Auto Crash
A automobile owned by R. W. Beeson.
Red Oak. la., and driven by L. AV. Zelg
ler, his chauffeur, collided with a buggy
driven by Walter Perry, at the Intersec
tion of Dodge and Thirtieth streets last
night Parry auffered a sprained ankle
and a . companion, Mrs. Rene Lamps,
Twenty-ninth and Leavenworth atreeta,
who wa hurled agatnat a curbstone by
the Impact, was badly cut about the
head and generally bruised. Both were
glvea emergency attention by police aur,
geons and removed to their home.
According to eye-witneases the buggy,
drawn by two horses and containing the
Injured couple, waa proceeding at a
leisurely pace north on Thirtieth street.
The automobile, which wa a four-paa
senger car. waa also going at a normal
apeed west on Dodge, but unable, because
of the steep Incline to stop, when it was
perceived that tha two vehicle would
Zelg ler attempted to awerv hi machine
toward tlie north, but his efforts were of
no avail, the front of the auto crashing
sqiare Into the carriage, demolishing it
and throwing Ita occupants to tho pave
jnetit After destroying th buggy the
machine continued on It course with
uch fore that It carried a steel lamp
pott before It In It path before It waa
finally stopped by colliding with a tree.
The machine waa only partially wrecked
and Us driver uuiujjred.
The corner where "the accident occurred
la known to driven as being one of
particular danger because of the hill on
Dodge street. Juat before the Intersection
of Tt.lititith. Thirtieth street i extremely
narrow and a full turn oft It onto Dodge
Is almost impeaslble.
PEIRRE S. D . Nov. S (Special Tele
gram.) Congressman Burke thla even-
ing admit th election of Ed. B. John-
son, hi democrat opponent to the sen
ate by 11 bout 3,500. and he baa wired
Johnson congratulations. Democrats aet
Mlsa M. Alice Maekensio gave a Lleder- congresssman In the Third diatrict
Abend, assisted by Dr. B. R. M. Mao-
Hatton of Pittsburgh and Mr. Cecil EIGHT JAPANESE WARSHIPS
Berryman. aocompanlet. at th Toung Ofta 1311 CO 1ACOT rUII C
Women ChrtsUan association audi.! 2,303 MILtS WEST CHILE
! tortura . last evening. Miss Mackenzie' SANTIAGO. Cuba. Nov. 8. A steam
chose her program carefully and mlth co'"" hlch haa arrived at Valparaiso.
; good judgment and arranged It accord'- PorU having seen eight Japaneae war
, Ingly. Her voice waa a pleasant surprise. "'P1 l E"1 Island in the Paciflo
'as It la of unusually rich' quality, ha cor- about 3.S00 mile weat of the Chilean
alderablo volume and la full of bright o""1- Eaater island belonga to the re
time. Her tonal work showed finish oub,la ' Cnl1'-
both in the lower aa well as la the high! NEW TORK. Nov. 4.-The East and
tonea, and there was an evennes of de-! We"' new bureau mede public today
velopment which It la gratifying to hear. th following cable dispatch received by
Numbers were aung ia French. German. lnem ,rora 10K1
roa or tss row.
Browning King & Col
SIOU Or TBS TOW3T
uu .ngiisn, many or wnicn ware ex
tremely difficult from a technical stand-
"The navy general staff made toJay,
November 4. at 3 p. m., the following of-
bee Want Ads ProOacc Renulta
point Mlaa Mackensle nreaent.f them ; f'c'l announcement:
eloquently and with good taste. The " 'n November 1. the Japanese fleet
writer enjoyed especially "Der Schmied " 1 together with English warships madel
by Brahms; the Campbell Tipton num
ber, Lourise Relchardt'a alwaya wtlcome
"In the Tim of Roses," and the closing
number. "A Spring Morning." by Carey.
Dr. Mediation gave a decidedly indi
vidual and interesting reading of Edgar
Allen Poe'e Raven', with musical ac
companiment. Thl differ materially
from any other the writer haa ever been
fortunate enough to hear, but it wa
likewise a clear and deeply thoughtful
Interpretation. In the latter half of the
program lr. Mediation gave a lecture
recital unoa Hamlet, which, although
lengthy, held the lntereet throughout,
both by the material presented and Its
manner of presentation, and won a cor
dial response from the hearers. There
wa but One encore, which Miss Mac
kensle granted after her flret group. She
wa the recipient of flower and 'a great
deal of deservedly generous applause. Mr.
Berryman furnished hi ahare )t the
evening entertainment- In th accom
paniment and the musical aettlng ef the
poem by Poe. The proceeds of the con
cert will be sent to Germany for us ta
lh relief work necessitated by th war.
U. M. R.
FRANK GARDINER DIES
AFTER WEEK'S ILLNESS
Freak Gardiner. ae4 44. well knewa to
every member of the city fir and police
department and to Omaha la general,
died at the home of. hla father. George
Gardiner, at C-S Jones street. Wednesday.
Gardiner was taken 1 with pneumonia
a week ago and forced to go to bed. He
grew gradually worse.
Uardiaor Joined the fire department la
an effective bombardment on the
litis and other forts. At S a. m., No
vember 2, the Austrian cruiser Kalseria
Elisabeth seemed to have been blown up
In Klao Chow bay. On November S the
floating dock in the Tslng Tau harbor
listed and sank.' "
PRINCETON EASILY WINS
PRINCTON. N. J.. Nov. S-Prlnceton
easily won the cross-country race against
Columbia here today by the acore of 19
to 44. Captain Morrison of Princeton fin.
lahed yards ahead of the field, running
the alx-mile course in 37 44V
Princeton had five out of the first six
men to finish.
BELLEVUE-PERU GAME FOR
FRIDAY IS CALLED OFF
The Peru-Bellevue game scheduled for
Friday on the Be'.levue field was ca'led
off en account of the crippled condition
of the latter team.
The Underwear Question
is no longer a problem to the discrim
inating man. . '."
(Si He knows that Vassar union suits;'-:
fit at the knees over the shoulders,
over the hips through the crotch all "
oyer, and. they are so comfortable--,
it's a pleasure to wear -
Union Salts for Gentlemen :
Knit to the form one suit at a tune; Swi it-ribbed fabrics
very elastic: cuffj and anklets knit on not sewed on don't
roll up or stretch out; specially tailored bunon-hole , .
won stretch or putt out; finished like tailored clochee
thee delusive feature make Vemr Union Suits di-inenv - ' s .
VASSAR SWISS UNDERWEAR COMPANY V
Chicago. HI , ,
: Veteran Geet C.
Leslie Tulles, who ha been with the
Dallas tTex lesgue team for eighj yeara.
aa1 ho always haa beea declared by
Owner Joe Gardner to be worthv of a
major league berth, le finally on hie way
up. It ia announced that he haa been
drafted by the Atlanta club of the South
ern league. - 3
. Mrraaaell Gees leaater.
Tha Wuhineton club baa stxned for a
tryout Shortstop ham McCoanell of Phila
delphia, who played Ut season with the
Hot bl ing club t the O-u-era Rir
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of Union Suits
Nebraska Clothing Company
CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN-JL