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- GILMORE SEES
f PEACE AT HAND
president of Federal League Looki
for Settlement of J1m Ball
SEW CUBS TO BE ALL STABS
WE3TERN LEAGUE MOGULS ATTENDING BASE BALL CONVENTION Front row, left to right: Mike Cantillion, manager Minneapolis team;
Frank Isbell, owner Des Moines team; Pa Rourke, owner Omaha team; Ed Hamlin, owner Sioux City team; Hugh Jones, owner Lincoln team; Archie
Catlin, owner Topeka team; Dan Breese, owner Wichita team. Back row: Sandy Griswold, official scorer; Jim Rourke, Grand Island; Josh Clark, man
ager Sioux City team; Jack Holland, owner St. Joseph team; Norris O'Neill, president Western league; J. J. Epstein, secretary Denver team; Tom Fair
weather, secretary Dts Moines team.
, ! t Be Made t's) f Brat Pl)fn
la IVatloaal aad Federal Lri
Teaaae Makes Other
. CHICAGO, Nov. 11. In an Interview
her today President James A. Ollmor
of th Federal lfasjue expressed tho opin
ion that pesee between the outlaw league
and Organised ' base bull was near and
that negotiation might be concluded at
a conference scheduled for tomorrow In
t'hkago between M-rry Herrmann of the
National commission. Preeldent It. K.
Johnson of the American league and
President rhar'ea It. Weeghman of the
Chicago Federal league club. '
He declared that If the plan undar con
sideration toe. through control of the
Chicago team will be acquired by Charing
H. Weeghman and hi. business sssorl-
. aUa and that the club will t'.Y on the
rYderal league grounds, which wilt be en
' targed and Improved. tlllmor 'o raid
; that the new Cuba would he made up of j
the beet player In the present National!
;. league team and the Federal loagv club.
; Gil mere's Desna ads.
Amcng other atatemenU made by Pres.
tdent Ollmore were: and would nave no part In the one
That no city would hev more than; be held today In C'nlcago.
two clubs-next aeaion under ti e raorgati- Aa for the dlsbandment of the lnterna
' Uatlon. . 1 tlonal league, that can be done only
That the Kedcral league tcami not ab- through the prenent membera of that
orbed by the major lenguea In tha reor.; league and not- through th-i national
ganlcatlon would be Incorporated .Into commlaalon Itecf, The InternatUmal
another league, with perhaps a new , teaifue franchise are good In their ter
name. (rltory. '
Th.i there would he no International i'r. Iletrmanii also declared that the
leacua taama In Baltimore. Buffalo or.m'nor bodle.i would all be asked fori
Pittsburgh." ' , nc,lon f ny action taken, and nego-
That Carry Herrmann did not act """ cannot ne. completed until every
a prlvata Individual In hie recent confer- member of tho Nations! association haa
1 encea with President Wecghman at whlcli conseiuea. .
j peace plana wrra discussed. Ilkrll tir 1 tta
3 That the American association and the Mlllpr WnrKS HIS
ln'.ernanonai league win oo a"
higher claasiflcatlon under the new plan.
White President Ollmore declined to
go Into further -details of the proposed
paace plan, tt la sold that It will provide
o( far tha merger of tha Chicago, t. Loula
and Brooklyn Federal Irague cluba with
tha atlonal league teama in these cltlea
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National Association Practically
Settles Big; Question in Dispute
in. the League.
MAGNATES MAY CUT IT DOWN
Men at Practice
Barney Oldf ield
Leads on Last Leg
; of Race to Phoenix
PRRSCOTT. Aril" Nov. 11. Barney
Old Mold., with a twenty-minute lead,
streaked out of Prescott at 10 o'clock
today on the last lag, 134 miles, of the
Los Angeles-Phoenix automobile road
race. The race Is expected to be finished
at Phoenix. t73 miles from the starting
point, at about 2 o'clock. Olln Uavts,
winner of last year's trans-desert con
test, waa second out, and Nlkrent, No. t.
Kleven of the twenty cars that started
from Ixs Angeles were still In the race.
Heavy rain In the vicinity of Phoenix
MINORS WILL HAVE
WORD IN ANY PEACE
- PAGTIN BASE BALL
(Continued from Page One.)
probable that tha board will not finish
up ita work today and may be forced to
remain' over another day after the con
vention la over.
aiy limits and th number of players
carried by each club.
The committee arranged the following
scale and suggested Its adoption by the
Clnss A A leagued iS.Wt) l IS
Class A leaKues 3,lf 2615
Clnns U leuKUea i.UiO 2414
'lass C. lenKues :'-12
Clasn D leagues l.UO 22-12
President Harrows jf the International
league and President ChlvinBton of the
Record Crowd Will
See Ames-Iowa Game
AMES, Ia Nov. 11. (Snecial.)-The
Amea alumni bureau, on account of the
limited hotel accommodations In Ames,
yesterday published an appeal for rooms
MARRIED AT SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.. Nov. U. Wal
ter J. Maranvllle, ahortototr of the world's
champion Boston National league baae
ball team, and Miss Elizabeth Renette
thea were married here today in the
Church of the Sacred Heart.
Ravenna Defeats Mason City.
RAVENNA, Neb.. Nov. 11. (Special.)
in a iooi Dan game on tne local grounds
Coach Harry Miller of the Crolgliton , made the roads heavy and dangerous for . ... ,. . ,u..
vaUy returned yesterday from Chicago j th, flnal .prlnt The carl reared with ! " " " " ?
and put hi- crew through the hardest ,ud from their dash over mountain food , , ,fc t!)J clt., ,
signal practice of the year. He is dls- roads to this point, rapidly accumulated ...v. ., i.. i
Km a aa.. U.tL.M n aillt.tna itr 1 T)lfB kiAll AUP (hit VaVfi V hill mn hSVA hlrn adIUInnal Ua.la -w allnlrif n aW tnAav f I
uw " "v -1 - ... .. . tt " -t.v, v.T ara cumuAl Ins aualnut each other. Am a
K&lXUVA. On in mt na una in me priiwimun unu uiiioti mui kh-io wn may aiwa over me noamni ruu iauin
cential, made up of tha preaent
American aasoclatlcn and what is left
of tha ; Federal league and tha Inter
Wkat Herrasaan Maid.
Oarry Herrmann, whlia in Omaha Tues
day and Wednesday, emphatically de
clared he waa acting only as Herrmann,
tha individual and not aa a representative
of the National committee, when ha held
conference with the Federal league of
fldaia. Herrmann also asserted that
Ollmor bad n part fn tha conferences
some startling changes In the lineup If
I more life does not evince itself in the
squad. Hart) practice will continue for
! the rest of the week and until the final
t game with South Dakota, Thanksgiving
Wise took sick after the practice yeg
Iterday, but it Is thought ho wlU be with
' th ..fn.,1 .aln trA m v Mhnwallffr
tackle, will be unable to play Saturday
because of a sprained back received In
the Marquette game. Warren, who waa
hurt In the 8t Thomas game, will also
be out of Saturday's contest.
Not much Is known of the Baker squad.
toward the stato capital.
WEATHER IS PERFECT FOR
BEATRICE COURSING RACE
BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. H.-(8peclal ductlon m thelr llmlu'
legram.)-A larger crowd than on yes-! ,n their cities
t ei alt tho Class A A lOaigues were Klven
permission to make their own salary atid
piayer limits. . . ,
Pretest the Redaction.
The Class C and D leagues, through
several members, protested at the re-
declaring that the
were educated to
i better base ball than the lower selarlea
tlan Brothers beat the Haskell Indians,
a team whloh beat Crelgliton, 3S to 0.
Sustsms 7cr Id
l iMcIntvre toManaere
Ro" Lincoln Next Year
; Btaxaavra uisuts isim
Winner. 4: uulrkMeo. b KreckleH. B: White
except its showing against the Ch Istian . Kaclng Rhyme 4; Hard Pine, f; Ulster
Krothera college of St. Loulm. Baker held, Neversettle. t; Joe Griffin, ; lr. Rout. 4;
lll i.m t.i . . ,,r ,i Mn,i rhrl- Klsora, t; Fnbuloua Fortune. 0 Town Talk,
mis team to a a.uru. ot 4to , anil inns- - ,,,,. ii,,n. i. u ,r Knrtiino. t-
lAtilitv gattsftnHa! thai fmirtrsT mMt her
today. The weather was perfect for thecoul1 provide. Several members admitted
sport The winners in all-age and conso- even xceod.U the preseot UnHts.
latlon stake are aa followa: ' h" 3 and D men asked for
All Age Btake-Calverone. 8: Rosebud. 1 1 nie salary limit, which la 1.400 for
7; Mr. Cannon, S; Fortunate Neversettle, . Class C and H.200 for Class D. The C
2: The Midget. 0: Miss Can Trip. 6; uol.j r m,.. .i rmi..i..n n
Hambllnir Roue. S: Plxlo. jr..
Flower. 7: Grace Rockwell. 14.
Convolution L.ailvlHig, ; The Ksitfer. 5;
I.nnesomp Trail. 0: Red Willow. 1ft; Mr.
(ivti'hcll, 7; B'M-lety Whirl. S: Klttie Par
ton, i: The Tax payer. 0: Rambling. 2:
Irfive Trail. 4: Million Dollar Mystery,
Uolden Fleece, &.
The finals will be run tomorrow.
STARS NOT TO MEET
convene and talk the matter over until
this morning, when It will be brought
before the convention again.
Tha Class A and B leagues agreed to
accept the reductions for their circuit and
the convention passed tho amendment
The Southern association will have 13.200
for lta salary limit, and the Western
Bee Want Ada Are the Best' Business
Northwestern Will Play.
SPOKANE. Wash., Nov. 11. Owners of
the Spokane Northwestern league base
ball franchise, commenting on me news
league. 12.100. The Class B leagues will , from Omaha that ' there Is v"y 'mil-
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. ll.-Plans for! by President Tearney of the Three-I
. I... KB. a..la nM Knnei A g
I All-star teama of Mlnneot and Mlchi-; h'--
... . m i &rhltrtinn ta glalAt. to oonaint of fiv
sraM nnnirtnK.-'il nf I) IVri AIM! lOrmen - - '
i players, to Way a
. 1 Wa Xlmrfli aiaularn lanvlln IftV 111
accept 12.000 as the maximum limit for ,"u"lay h,oi this year." said they had
any league in that class. , no reaaon to believe that the Nortnweal-
ust before the rneetb,, m-v?" tSytifeitS.-
Kavanaugh gave out that tha committee guBpnd.
was still delibtraling on other suggestions I
In 'he way of changes.
Froai the very fct test 8. 8. 8.. the
J faoious blood purlDer Is a natural medl- j
Hugh Jenes hss announced the signing
of Matty Mclntyre to act ui manager of
the Lincoln club next year. Jones had
been dickering with Mclntyre fur some
time, but finally signed him yesterday.
Jones had a chance to nail Matty last
year, but preferred Charley Mullen.
Mullen la In th bif liru.
. -. .... . . 1 Th.Hk..l.-li, Aav fnr th. tonWIt nf
Mcintyre was wttn rroviuence tan ""'"7 '"Z- Z' . ,. u. .i ,.h '.! tta Clan C u cm tram Um I
year. n was for many ar. a big '" "V""""" h ,. li 7 A permanent chairman
leaguer. Maying In th. outfield for th to be appointed and that chairman
inaiieiroit Tigers and Chicago v, mte sox. ,i . KlVen a i.lace as a member of the Na-
I.. , . m i mi. vu u. ni. i nr ih-r.
foot bail game here members, ono from the Class AA, one
rrom tne i ias a, ono irora tne mas
JJt clae, It U opposed by these wbo can sot Rl UFFS "Y" BASKET BALL
t! tin up mercury actl otUcr dt.igero.is DtUfrd I DAdlVCI DUU
I'll drug-, n.b.t I. .'.range FIVE TRIMS CHRISTI
' ; lorce ox usuiu
n. ii th tIir.:l
Not t.arofd by the rJiec- I
a) aretnd tben, a: I Playing In early season practice game.
Tiesdav nlitht the Council Bluffs Young
1 I tsladful of the locetiow r ataxia, paraly-
S t sis sod ether dreaded results of mineral I Ven's Chr.stlm essoclatlon team defeated
l; polsuaiag. th'y c:icg t tJO fast dlsap- , (, r-lrn-christian chur h team of Omaha
! rasss r, mfi v..d t. t. on th. r M.... chr,..
. tba light atrlirt Ix a. P. H. U rait oe-
( romlr.g tt warl s re 11 era for all Mood
. trouble. Leceaiie tt is weicom. to a weal:
I ' stomach, is takes taturally Into the
( bleed, i. a t.st. cf parlfyloT tnfloeaee
! .' ; kocwa ty lit remarkable euratlre results,
i"; aad la tbe 'standby ff a hft of people.
J : It go, into Uie blood and rcainlni a strnni;
!- meOlciaal U3ueace te the end sad tills
1 without aay ether efort tic a that of a
i r'"""' rlvaasinj proper!.
J It - to the - moat universal'? reroaj-
" I aiesdcd blocd - remedy Icarwa. and has
i . J aasialaed lv refiutatica fcr half a rea-
' 'I ' t.ry. It. ingredient, are Nature's dell-
i ,f Bit aatldntea fr errisa tbat crest, aur
; ' t worst alBietlrna. Get a bottle today ef
t ", aay druacist. Ref all -ebatltute.
' : i tVriie tbe medical department, Tb. Swift
" fperific Co., o'J Hvlft Bldg., Atl.oU. Ga..
and workout, it was
teasel Hooka with Brooa.li a.
Outfielder Charley .-tengel haa signed
with the Brooklyn club fur 1J16-U.
Foley albartle Tablets.
Are wnolcaome, thoroughly cleansing,
and have a stimulating tffect on the
stomach, livtr and bowels. Regulate
tlan association floor. The game was x-j vou -i.i. crlnlns and ro unDleasant
ceedingly fast for an early season con-! f to ,fffM t. cutout tieople find they give obtaining all players from minor lea-
test, the first half ending with the Bluffs ml.R.n0 reitc; and comfort. Antl-blllous. :" flubs. Thus all semi-pros. amatars.
men seven points to the ChrUtlans' 0. ; barren Sfoffoi-d. :ren Bay. Wis.. J college players, et cetera, must serve
At the beztnning of the second half lhC ri,-.. "Ko'ev a rtl arilo Tablets are time In th. Illinois before admission to
; tlonal commission, which at preaent con-
slsts entirely of major leaguers. .
Cornea I p Thl, Morslag.
The committee was - willing to pass
Judgment on that resolution and sub
mit It this morning at the session at
10 o'clock, either with or without recom
mendation for It. passing.
' The other suggestion came from Mr.
Davidson of the Houth Atlantic loop, and
Is that the major league be rratrlcted to
church lada started In a whirlwind style.! ,ne iax;ive I have ever used
evening up the score, out were tinaoie to.do thc work pr0nrtly and, with no bad
at and the pace, and Council Bluffs again j, flcr ef,eots.- Try them. For aalo by
took the lead
The two guards of the Council Bluffs
team were evident at all times, the entire
tekm playing a defensive game. For the
Christians, Carl WelgeU "Hoby" Hobaon
and Miles played a hard, consistent game.
all dealers everywhere. Advertisement
Baeklra'e Aralra Salve
should l in every home ready to ap-
; UT free advice oa bioM trouoies. s.u s , , u bur ruUfBi .o,,. cut, ..j
'y le evMcooiB tkern.' Thla departmvst la ea. r ' , .. . . , .
3 the taeat btlp. te aira to be guiu.4 :-; heal, quickly. Uc. All druggist,
eujwbere, and It la arei Irea. -Adverttsem. nt.
LIX'OLX FOOT BALI. SPKCIAl.
For the KansaainrasWa Uaane,
Burlington special leavea Omaha Satur
day, Novemler 14, at 12:15 noon, stop,
only at Ashland .arrives Lincoln L4S p.
m. Game called t SO p. m. Return spe
cial from Lincoln 6:30 p. m.
Be Want Ad. Produce Results.
They I the big leagues. The purpose ot tnat
lumitian is to assure the minora a
reenue. At present the major, are at
liberty to pick up a player, farm him
to a minor, where he obtains experience,
without coat to the major league club.
This resolution will also be acted upon
by the committee and placed before th
cenvention this morning. Two aeaalon.
will be held today, one at 1" o'clock thla
morning and one at t o'clock thla after
noon. Th national board of arbitration la
till meeting at selected hour, and many
eases are yet to be acted upon. It to
, Tor aia by tk rvUoviif rtrssa
503-510 SO. 10th?
Thos. Kilpatrick & Co.
ISO 7 Douglas Strt
SAY "CHARGE IT"
in private home, to take car of the un- & to 0 t""
provlded-for surplus of the enormous
crowd of alumni who are expected here
for the Ames-Iowa foot ball battle in
State field Saturday.
The ticket office for the state-title
clash, with Director Clyde Williams In
charge, has had no rest since Monday a
week ago in disposing of the inpourlng j
stream of mall orders for seats. While j
a great crowd Is anticipated, a record
breaker for foot ball In Iowa, Director!
William haa asked publication of the I
Ames management's intention to find!
room somewhere on the field for every
spectator, and that none will be turned j
wr. . !
Coach Hawley of Iowa haa sent word !
that ho will bring 'with .'him hi. entire j
varsity squad of forty men and the fresh-j
man squad of -thirty. Although the:
CycLin varsity squad 1. only a little j
more than half a. big as Hawley. varsity, t
th Cyclone coaches evidence no dismay at
th opposing array. Coach Hubbard
find, consolation In being outnumbered
n that1 "only eleven can be In at on
time." IMrector William, aay. h la
"not worrying over th lame." "
Meeting: Postponed Until Today
When Owner. WlU Take Definite
'Stand Ipon tne Proposition
Vital to Some Member.
The Western league meeting schedule
for yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock was
not held. The convention of tha national
association waa not concluded until after
4:30, arjd the Western league mogul, de
cided that the busings waa too Impor
tant for them to miss. Thua tho meeting
was postponed until thla morning at 10
Th question of salary limit, which had
been occupying the Western leaguers'
time for the most part was practically
settled hy th National association. It
waa agreed that the maximum salary
limit for th Western should be 13.800.
That means that the players' salaries
must com under (2,800 per year. One-
half of the manager' salary Is to be
Included In that limit.
The Western league. In session yester
day morning, was talking in favor of a
13.500 limit That limit may yet b de
cided upon by. the league, but It is prob
able that the higher lirr.lt will Mand.
The Western league will be permitted
to carry fifteen men after the season la)
under way. For twenty days after the
opening of the season the Western clubs
will be permitted to carry twenty-five
Th new salary limit will permit Wich
ita and Topeka to remain In the league
Dan Breese, owner of the Wichita club,
at the morning session declared the mag
nates could not force his club out of thc
league. II asserted tha only way to
make him quit was for a majority to
agree and then buy his franchise.
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