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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6.
Bringing Up Father
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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HAG1.W0MIHG FOR PEACE
'Atnlrican and Federal League Chiefs
'" ...i"., , Seeking Agreement. .'
-A! fc OWSXRS MEET IN CHICAGO
Ka n Official Will -Vrr Pre.
diction- .Conditions Ukely
Basts. f ! '
I Scores Made by the Bowlers on Local Alleys
. CHICAGO;.' Nov. I With peacs In the
base ball world, and a possible change In
the ownership Of the New Tork rlub up
for dlscusslonr-'o'fflelale erf tha American
league went Into annual' session here to
day.bahlnl closed doors.- Routine busi
ness : waa ..dlaposed of. ai ' tha directors'
meeting., twhich preceded the y league . Uml .j
Pome of 4hV magnate, frankly dlsep- ! BK3EUN 'ri'oLDNII?ER8
proved of tha aventa hlfh led to the it. art. Tot,
rlnntion of Frank Chance aa manager ChandUtr ...im m lf. 4
oi me rew ior emu. mm iv w Beniele
hi ft of ownership or me
lt. H. M. Tot.
tene 17X m W 44
Elrtaon 1X3 176 HI- 4M
etlne Ii7 )-n lW
Caui 2; iw jns k.k
Jaroeh 177 2)8 158 (44
I Totall Ki lilt H17 241
1 i - . 1BI. 31 Tot
IUm. .170 IMUTl ASA
ret-reon ....lr.i iw 14 4:
gtra .....,.m 1 iw '4fW
Nhulti j....l93 134 14 4H1
Straw j ..116 Kte 'ltiS 4!
i TrttaU .....W4 816 1S 474
fiTAHa AND STUiriifl.
. . . lt. M. 34. Tot.'
Behr v 1 J.n l4 47i;
Bolotrion -.,..138 1SS 140-437
Htnrhka ....214 149 211 Hi
McDonnell. ,.14 1!6 174 4M
...1H3 2 1 02
plans for a
club would be laid before the meeting..
Declare' for Peace. .,
The leaiue oflcla'u' generally declare
theptaelves for; peace, today, but ' none
would ''van to ra a prediction, of wndttlona
under which, pear: miehtba, made with
the Federal JaMue.,, Ona,or; iwo . aald
thy hoped.a tnicij mlHt he agreed upo-
to prevent '.'craiy" bidding tor ball play
ers In' competition between organised bae
ball and the' Federal league.- I - .
Connie Mack, manager of he -ThlladeU
phis, club, lb .wea said.; wou)d aak for
soma action against Hughle, Jennings.
manager of the Detroit club, whom he
aceueea of beeaXIn tha 'league, rules by
giving out Inforinatloii that L-M4k hal
ake4 for waivers ott 1ank egder and
Cotfmba. ' ,.." k"
. geerat Caa t eyeaea. -v.'..
It1 was reported that repreasntatlves of
tha American league were In secret cob
ferenoa with magnates of tha Federal
leagua OB tha aubject of peavoa. Gossip
refortad that tha following solution wis
I. Purchaa of , tha , American leagua
club of New Tork by thi Wards of
V Tha Chlca Nationals to be bought
by.Weeghmaa and Walker, owners of
tha Chicago Federate.
N. 'Either the 8U Louis National or
American club to be purchased by stock-1
lioldera of tha Et Iouls league club. !
4. Players and stockholders of the Fed
eral agu clubs, not otherwise catwd
for, to be protected by tha American
league, tha National league., tha Amer
ican association- and tha International
Ekst Des Moines ' .
'and Omaha Battle
. ::- on Gridiron Today
..1M mi 2;'i M7
..1X3 114 jnj 471
.-'23 124 141. 4
1441 lt 613
.'. .884 73s H84 S.'.lfl
1 TEAM NO.-t--
" ! M- Sd.Tot.
rrarson , ,...146 .225 j?4 404
Kueny 119 120s 103 42
APIMUquiSl ,M 14, J21 40;
SCM 14 1.11 " 12J 417
fiagenslck ..14fi W 130 421
' Tvtal '..C.'.TSO 47 ''t5 J0M
I . TEAM NO 4.
Kijlllvan ....144 122 1M 432
Kulton Ill 1.- Ii2 'Z
Holdlna; 123 12 12 372
Simons 11 S, 110 1S
Jones H7 IM 130 4M
Totals fi S 1D19
TEAM NO. 4.
Int. !d. Sd.Tot.
Wrltv 173 170 IM m
Wellac 7 1. 7 213
Jridena'gh 119 1 1?7 Sf.2
I.NHK ..'.....:tl1 1F-4 103 3
Mathews ...ISO 300 l-'l MI
Totals m H 619 19M
TEAM NO. J.
1st. 2d. 3d.Tot.
Wsndrll ....131 130 130 409
Rembei ,t..;i 90 M 119 rl
MelKter ..11 103 10 821
Tilth M 124 142 m
Lewis 149 1.4 122 i
' Totala-..... 0 27 181T
- CLorniNa hept.
.... 1st. d. M Tot.
Nelson 107 (17 101 2W
Pryson 0 W K 2
Doyle 141 131 13 2n4
Amman V4 111 133 47
U M 2$1
141 V 42
II 151 149
148 m m
Totals IWO 67 R40 1T
1st. 2d. Sd.Tot
ftmlth 90 113 tilt HIT
Hoover 95 4 127 31
Duaher 78 110 .
Kretaer 1M 1H 14 m
Eaton 313 124 131 46
Totals' .....K54 575 434 1833
Omaha e Leaie.
DISPATCH KRH. .
1st, 2d. 3d. Tot.
Luoena .! 118 153 4.T9
Moran 1U 1T 14 367
Totsls 733 4 708 20S9
1st. 2d. 2d. Tot.
rnah m 173 117 40
Wood 173 131 mi V
Baber 78 123 119
Berg : .".134 , lr. 77 UK
Cooprr 170 201 1X0 Ml
Totals .....7M 732 664 2137
let. 2d. 3d Tot
.127 in 133 X
.! 1M 110 43
.140 .175 V-9 474
.10 14n m 77
.177 153 2J t7
Plurality of Illinoii Senator Will
Amount Approximately to Ten
RETURNS AEE KEARL7 A1X W
the Nebraska Telephone company took
1888, later being a police operator. When
over the city wire service, he accepted
a position with It and was In its employ
up to the time of his death. He Is sur
vived by three sisters, a widow and his
The funeral 'will be held at the Jones
street residence at 2 o'clock Friday, with
Interment at Forest Lawn.
719 766 744 S229
COMPORT IRON 8. ,
' . Jst. 3d. 3d. Tot.
Bhaiin ...1..-.1M ia 111 874
' . -ut 10 11a ale
on.- tia 17 111a 43a hear
Murdock I...144 138 139 421
Johnson ....19 140 J4 173
TwentySIvto. Tfcree Re.
pabUcans Control Iloase.
Totals 741 735 649 2114
1st Jd. Sd. Tot.
Parkhurst :.146 124 137 8M
Bentley .....188 128 139 4fA
Thomas ....112 09 121 W2
Bentley ....137 162 113 f3 follows:
Mouoneio . 11 ut
CHICAGO. : Nov. e.-Wth Only 152
sparsely settled precincts of Illinois to
from, returns this morning con
firmed th re-election of Senator Law.
rence T. Sherman, republican, . to the
United Rtatea aenate. , '
His plurality In the 4. 43t precincts hear!
from is 9,913 over Rogr Sullivan, demo
Tha vote without the missing precincts
Sherman, 35,877; Sullivan,
4E8.93&. . . '
Senator Sherman -early today declared
that his plurality would toUl 10.000 or
more, while BUlllvan "atlll 'oontended' that
in Oconto Burned;
. Loss Forty Thousand
RUSSIA CLAMS SUCCESSES
Change Noted Since November 3 on
East Prussian Line.
THOUSANDS OF MEN ARE TAKEN
General Paff at petrograd Says
Retreat -Almost Precipitate
on Left Win- of the
. PKTROGRAD. Nov. S.-The following
official communication from the Russian
Cenerai (taft headquarters was given out
'A. sudden change has been noted since
end they retreated. Our troops took
lirm footing in the region of Nleko and
Rudnlk. ' '-'."'ij,''
"The Turkish fleet' Is toncenlrated In
the Black Pea with a base on tha Bos
,borUs. Appsrently they are trying to
avoid av fight , with our forces.
Totals V. . . .749 tW7 661 8097
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
u....n 14 lf.,1 131
Philippe 113 143 128 )4 . tha official count, would make him
Schmidt ....lt 111147 i!Mr. ,' . ,
.110 137'15rt 4iS
.18' 150 194 S4
Totals ,...!.732 S9 'fca7
This- afternoon at t:1S Omaha High la
going to meet a team that la probably
the. airongat in the atate of Iowa,
namely. East Pes Moines High. This
will ha tba first .time that Omaha has
over played East Dos Moines, but they
have, played North and West and found
then both hard rivals.
A lively mass meeting was bald at noon
on : Wednesday In tha high school audi
torium and a number of tha team men
V told what wa going to happen to
Pea Molnea on Friday and tha Glee club
sang seme original sorts they Intend, to
Sing at tha game.
No changea hava been made la tha
lineup slnco last Saturday. Wither will
not t-a able to-play end, aa ho Is. d
llnquent In his studies. -Neville Is atllj
out on aopoupt of a, weak ankle, but on
' pinch the eoacb may "put him In. Tha
strong point vi Omaha la tha 'forward
pass from Lutes to- Wilson.. It was by
this means, that the Jeam rfalned about
three times aa much ground In' tha Sloug
' game aa4he-winners did. -The lineup
that , enter's will, be: Quarter, Nichols;
fullback. Berry; right half. Lutes; left
half. Johnson; right end, Wilson; light
tackle, Phillips; right guard, Engstromt
center. Beard;' left guard. Petersen; left
tackle, Bees: left end, Morearty. '
Tha second Jiuad. Will play .the deaf
boys Saturday n a ,plaoe not yti fixed.
' KAN FTtANcfsCO. Nov. ' 1,-0 wing ' to
' tha masterly pitching of Alexander, who
allowed hut .two sitetles. the' All- Na
tionals defeated tha All-Americans, t to 9.
In' tba third game I of the local - series
played here -today. The Nationals now
bav a lead of one gamo over their oppo
nent. The acrieetwlll last throughout
tba week Score; . . ... , , R.H Z
All-Nationals - I 7
feAHK DEPOSITS FAIL OFF
Comptroller's Call (or Local Bank
Eutemeati Bhowa Leu Jioney.'
ALL BUT TWO SHOW DECREASE
Nebraska National aa Packers No
tional Keep Vp Totals Bosl
ess Conditions Are
, .- - Blansodl ,
' 'Answering to a call from the comp
troller for October ' 31, Omaha banks
found that deposits had fallen off quite
considerably during tha laat alx weeks.
Every bank with tha exceptions of the
Nebraska National and tha Packers Na
tional suffered decreases In the amount
of their deposits. Tha uncertain atata of
business conditions Is given as reason for
tha decrees. " ' '
Sept. 13. Oct II,
Omaha National ...,.,.$11.22,011 ti0,3S5.2M
riret National........... 10.844 41 9,806.110
i'. n. r.etionei s.vo,fcj
Ptook Yards National.. ,ik9.io4
MerchanU National... U4(U7
City National 2,14 4I
Uva tttock Nailenal.... 2,000. 1',3
Nebraska Natiunal .... 1.100.834
Packera National 1.681,129
Corn Ex. National 1.642,457
atata Bank of Omaha.. 1.0t9,219
TUKNS FKOM WAR TO POUTIGS
Wall Street Givei Comideration Ui
:'' ; - Reiult of Electioni.
EFFECT NOT VERY MARKED
.OCONTO...Neb.. .Nov. J.-(6peclal Tele,
cram.V-Fire waa discovered - Tuesday
night at. 10 o'clock in the large building- ixovemoer on the East nrussian rron
oceupied by E. O.-Wlnn A Co., depart- tier, where the enemy, which recently haa
ment Store, which was soon beyond con-; bn on the defensive almost everywhere
trol. The flames spread, completely do- begun to faU back at certain points,
stroylng Bridge's hardware store, the Tb' retreat is precipitate on the left
Oconto restaurant, two cream stations, wing th enemy which was vigorously
Rockwell's repair shop, Eartman & thrown back toward Blala and Lyck. Our
Campan s hardware store, Ceve'a barber troops took Bakalarjevo. capturing a
shop and the Cottage' h6tel." Only tha W quantity of arms and ammunition
hardest kind of work on the part of the n1 making prisoners of a German com
cltlrens saved the GUcvest lumber yard-wand
Mary's department store. Had either - fntlnoe Retreat,
of these structures burned It would have' "n the " bank of the Vistula the
been impossible to have aaved any of the Germans continue their precipitate re
hti.int t.trirt . Fortv thousand dol- trt towards the frontier. Their rear
lars seems to-be a conservaUva estimate guards have, been dislodged from Kolo
of loes. No lives were' lost.' f
snd Prsedbors. On tha morning of No-
5 Jl 40,744
Oct 2L Oct II,
Omaha National tUU6.ft3 110 3 183
First National U, 813.119 9.806.110
41. B. MatlOnSI 10.437.417
. .J' w.Tj - .k .ffi.,. Tha r J tbe region south .-of Klelse. during
Berliner Nachrlchten makea the. follow. , - . ,, T" ,,
ing complaint In this connection:' ' ,7,, . "v.
Uninterrupted and exhausting marches . 1 . ' ,7 " " " wo"
Raymond Robino. . the progref sivo , can
dldate polled a trifle more than half at
many votes as either BulllvAn or Sher
man. hayipg about lao.OOO.., ' V (
- Medill McCprmlok of Chicago Is the otiW
progressiva re-elected to the 'state (eglal
ia.uro ana me only progressive- success
ful In Chicago. Only two other! members
of the party were named for the legtsla?
tur la the state. The progressives had
W & H , .. L . 1 A
Present returns indicate that, the re
publicans elected at least seventy-seven
members of tha state house of repre
sntatlves. allowing them to select the
speaker without any bi-partisan arrange
ment. The senate will be about equal as
to republicans and democrats.
Tha woman's vote Seemed to - maintain
tha same proportion of the total, cast In
each of the three parties.' The expected
advantage which the progressives hoped
to show through the votes of the women
did not. appear In tha returna for munic
ipal Judges, la which the women balloted
with the men.
Moat of the state offices were conceded
to tha republicans. Andrew J. Russel I
(rep.) was elected state treasurer; Francta
Q. Blair (rep.), superintendent of public i
Instruction, and Charles W. Vail (rep.),
clerk of the supreme court. " . '
i German Arm Jr - Suffers
T In - 'f.' ' - p rivo ''-"g machlrfe guns. On th
i From Lack4 ot ' Utticers , victory ov.
L COPISN.HAGEN. ; i. Nov'KHBpeclal
COPENHAGEN, Noy, , ... 4. (Special
Cablegram - tNow----York
Omaha BeJ-;The" Oecmai armyv la suf-
vember S we drove back the Austrians
ace our troops
soners and tak-
the same day we
over tha Austrians
i along the - whole front from Klelce to
endomlr. The enemy fell back with all
speed. ' Our troops took Sandomir, which
and ' n Important strategical position."
ivTmber" ' f
f . nr.ic,. . ub- No,embr 8 the Austrians made a series
ject. to nervous, distress and frequently of Mck wn,ch ""jr. tyt futile,
turn out to be unsuitable in active serv- i
Ice.; Things : went sq' far that In many ,
places on the western front one lieutenant
haa command of two or three battalions.
"The war office la making heroic ef
forts to fill the gap thua created. The
emperor has Issued a decree according
to which all persons who have had higher
elucatlon will be promoted to officers
after three months" service In the ranks."
(Hock Yard National... T.&ll hsl 4X1
Merchanta National 6.152.349 5.840,744
-ity National J,M. t,uia,2ul
1-1 v8 flock .National.... I,VJCt9 1.701.476
Nebraska National 1 847 430 1178.985
Packers National 1112.4H 1.704.V&
Corn- Kx. National 1.039.61,7 1.5M.4.S9
Htate Bank of Omaha., fcjti.239 LOli.24i
Totals..... 981.184,070 m.750,896
Sept. U. Oct. II.
Omaha National f T .726.171 t T.tn.&4
Latest Victory of German Navy la
Ala a Factor of Mock Im
portance oa th gtoek
v NEW YORK. Nov. B.Wall atreet
temporarily abandoned Its Interest In
international affaire today to glv some
consideration to the outcome of the elec-
With the stock market atlll under
closure, there wss 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 vigorous upturn ot
Pr'c'-. .... ' .. m
un tno omer nana, it was reaaraea aa
a tlebatahle question whether these poll
tlcal conditions would not have been
larcalv nant rallied hv the latest victories
of the German navy. Theao wera a-
cofnpanlM by another ahsrp rise in
Tranaatlantlc rates, white war risks on
ships plvtng between North and Bouth I
American porta were virtually prohibitive i
according to reports. I
Kxntration of tha British moratorium '
was without appreciable effect either in
London or here. Albeit tha London 6tock
exchange haa formulated, with govern
ment aid. an elaborate plan to Da em
ployed when market operations are re
sumed. The plsn applies mainly to tha carry
ing ot margined accounts. - -
The weekly , statement of 'the Imperial
bank of' Germany which showed an In
crease of tl50.on0.000 in gold reserves In
tha three months ot war. reflected the
large payments msde In connection with ......... w. about 1300 miles west of th Chilean
foreign excnan.e wu urn " " - - ,,m- -"' . i- i..inn,.
STRYKER INJIATE.. CASE
Appear Bef ore Interstate Coininii
sion for Live Stock Intereitii.' .
OBJECTS TO CARRIERS' CHARGE
Increase In Tariff oa rattle from
West Said r Be Greatly tn Favor
of Chicago and St. Lovls
(From a Staff Correspondent.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 8.(SpecUI Tele
gram.) A. F. Stryker. aecretary 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 cities of St. Jo
seph, Kansas City and Omaha, la oppo
sition to the advance of certain rates on
live stock . from Colorado, th Dakotas,
Wyoming, Montana, Utah and - Colorado.
The advances aa proposed by carriers
(the railroad companies), were not uni
form, according to Mr. Stryker,. and fa
vored decidedly th' markets at Chicago
and St. Louis. ..... , r
The case was tried before a commis
sioner at Sioux Falls, S. D.. and Denver
and has been stubbornly fought by th
Mr. Stryker Is also Interested In another
interstate commerce case, known aa the
'.wntract: -valuation:. er wheretn-th
contention, of his clients lsthat tha rail
roads sh4u)d, be ehflrly'"MpoolbTiV for
the live stock transported: A V V
- oJf y
-" t ' ., ." 1 1 -V.'-'
Be readers are too intelligent to over
look the opportunities In ' tha fsot ad"
columns. They're worth while reading.
Election of Johnson
Admitted by Burke
PEIRRE S. D , Nov. 5.-Speclal Tele
gram.) Congressman Burke this even-
ing admits the election of Ed. S. John
, son, his democrat opponent to the sen
ate by about 2,500, and he baa wired
Johnson congratulations. Democrats get
TOSS OF TBS TOWJf
Browning King &
ftTTOM OF TBS TOW
Miss M. Allc MaCkensi gave a Lleder- congresssman In the Third district.
Abend, assisted by Dr. B. R M. Mae-
Hatton of Pittsburgh and Mr. : Cecil EIGHT JAPANESE WARSHIPS
Berrymaa, accompanist, at th Toung
Women's Christian association audi
torium .'last evening. Miss Mackenzie
chose her program carefully and with
good Judgment and arranged it accord
ingly. Her voice was a (tleasant surprise.
200 MILES WEST ; CHILE
SANTIAGO. Cuba. Nov. B. A steam
collier which has arrived at Valparaiso,
reports having seen eight Japanese war
ships at Eastern islands in the Pacific
First National 7.4,1W
17. 8. National ,901.8ni
Stock Yards National.. 4.U&,f4
Merchsnts National .... 4.8.Vi.:i5
City. Nations! .. l.wi,;-i
i-tv (stock National .. 1.227,473
Nebraska National .... 1.M0.M4
Packers National 1.311.270
Corn Ex. National .... l.4.522
Mala bank of Omaha-. 1,0.9,7
Bttene: Alexander and KUlifer; Cole
and Henry. . v. t
SUNDAY BASE BALL IN
. WASHLNQTCN IS ILLEGAL
WAfcHIXOTOK, Nov. S;-The court of
arpeals here todsy reversed a ruling of
a loner court and held that e'undsy base
tail id tbe national capital Is Illegal
......... MO.!, V, 662 139.126.318
Oct. fl. Oct. 31,
Omaha National .
First National 8.231,5
United Slate National 1.24,1
Riock Yards National .. 01&.347
Merchants National .... 4.77Q
City NaXtonal 2.2ul.Ob3
Live titork National I.Z.-4.B4S
Nebraska National .... l,0Mt.7ia
Packer NaUonal ' 18.104.22.168
Corn Kt National 1.411.X4
etat Bank of Omaha.. W4.w4
FOOT BALL SPECIAL FOR
For the Nsbraaka-Kansa football game
to. .be played , at Lincoln Saturday, No
vember 14. the Burlington wtu run a ape
clal train from Omaha, leaving hero early
In tha morning. Four hundred tickets for
th gam havbva sent hers to b sold
and' at tha rat they are going. It is
thought that more will hav to be
. , . Wllllasj to Bos.
OMAHA. Novi 9 To the Bpoitlng Edi
tor of The bee: 1 noticed a challenge In
this morning's paper (torn one of Paul
Murrav'a atudenta, "Kid" Ktousky, and
would l!Ue to met him if It could be ar
rugvd satictactury to ns both.
' yoCNU. MERKLE.
tha war loan.
with a minimum or operations, raoies
being uuoted at 491U and sight drafts at
4.904. More (irrman cotton bills were
in tne maraei at rates unuianiru iruiu
tha tally week.
Occupants of Buggy
Hurt in Auto Crash
An automobile owned by R. W. Beeeon.
Red Oak. la, and driven by L. W. Zelg
ler, his chauffeur, collided with a buggy
driven by Walter Perry, at the Intersec
tion of Dodge and Thirtieth streets last
night Perry suffered a sprained aakl
and a . companion, Mrs. Rena Lamps,
Twenty-ninth and Leavenworth atreeta,
who was hurled against a curbstone by
the impact, was badly cut about the
head and generally bruised. Both were
given emergency attention by police sur
geons and removed to their homes.
According to eye-witnesses the buggy,
drawn by two horses and containing the
Injured couple, waa proceeding at a
leisurely pace north on Thirtieth street
The automobile, which was a four-passenger
car, waa also going at a normal
speed west on Dodge, but unable, because
of tha steep Incline to stop, when It was
perceived that the two vehlclea would
Zelg ler attempted to swerve his machine
toward tit north, but his effort were of
no avail, tba front of tha auto crashing
square Into the carriage, demolishing it
and throwing Its occupants to th pave
ment After destroying tha buggy th
machine continued on its course with
such fore that It carried a steal lamp
post before it In Its path before It was
finally stopped by colliding with a tre.
The machtwi waa only partially wrecked,
and Its driver uninjured,
Tha corner where tha accident occurred
la known to drivers as being one ot
particular danger becaue of th hill oa
Dodge street. Just before the Intersection
of Ti ll tleth. Thirtieth street is extremely
narrow nd a full turn off It onto Dodge
Is almost impoarlble.
side re bis volume and Is
tints. Her tonal work
both In the lower as well as In th high
tones, and there was an evenneea of de
velopment which It Is gratifying to hear.
Numbers were sung In French, German
and English, many of which were ex
tremely difficult from a technical stand-
full of bright
showed flnUh PU" -
NEW TORK. Nov. t.-The East and
i West news bureau made public today
i the following cable dispatch received by
! them from Toklo:
"Th navy general staff made toJay,
November 4, at I p. m., the following of-
point Miss Mackensle presented them i
.Inmi.ntlv ,nH -,1th ..t. Th. i ""V
Be Want Ads Produce Raaulta
writer enjoyed especially "Per gchmled."
by Brahms; the Campbell Tipton num
ber, Lourtse Relchardt'a always wtlcome
In the Tuna of Roses," and tha closing
number, "A Spring Morning." by Carey.
Dr. Macllatton gave a decidedly Indi
vidual and interesting reading ot Edgar
Allen Poe's "Raven" with musical ac
companiment. This differs materially
from any other th writer haa ever been
fortunate enough to hear, but It was
likewise a clear and deeply thoughtful
Interpretation. In the latter half ot the
program Dr. Macllatton gave a lecture
recital upoa Hamlet, which, although
lengthy, held th Interest throughout.
both by the material presented and Its
manner of presentation, and won a cor
dial response from the hearers. There
was but one encore, which Miss Mac
kensle granted after her first group. She
waa the recipient of flowers sad a great
deal of deservedly generous applause. Mr.
Berrymaa furniahed his share f the
evening's entertainment- In th accom
paniment and the musical aettlng of the
poem by Foe. The proceeds of th con
cert will be sent to Germany for viae hi
th relief work necessitated by th war.
a. m. r.
.together with English warships made!
' an effective bombardment on th
1 litis and other forts. At 1 a. m., No
vember !, the Austrian cruiser Kalserin
Cftlzabeth 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
FRANK GARDINER DIES
AFTER WEEK'S ILLNESS
Frank Gardiner, ased 66. well fcnewn to
very member of the city fir and polio
department and to Omaha la general,
died at the home of. bis father. George
Gardiner, at Junes street. Wednesday.
Gardiner was taken HI with pneumonia
a week ago and f oread to go to bed. He
grew gradually worse.
Gardinar joined tha fir department la I Uague.
PRIXCTON, N. J.. Nov. .-Prlnceton
easily won the cross-country race against
Columbia here today by the score of 1
to 41 Captain Morrison of Princeton fin-J
ished 156 yards ahead of the field, running
the atx-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'.Ievue field was ca'Wd
off on account of tbe crippled condition
of the latter team.
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Leelle Tulles, who has been with th
Dallas (Tex ) league team for ele-hj ys.
atwt who always has been declared by
Owner Jo Oardner to be worthy of a
major league berth, le finally on his way
un It is announced that he has been
drafted by the Atlanta club of th South
ern league. - ,
MrCoaaell C.ea to Senator.
The Washington club haa signed for a .
try out Bhortstop bam McConnell of Pbila
wk iJaved last eeaaon with the
ltocbling club of the Oei.w.re River.
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