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Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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DIDN'T VOO WfA?
THE SAD NEWS1
A COAT LOAD OF
?CHT OUT THERE'
HIKE ROW tSOAT
AvD WAIT RlMT
4O0D I LL
NOV Row me
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NOW HE MEMBER
DOMT roR,T TO
PVNP THE An; J
SHAH- I HAUL
TOUSE UP MOW.
RIP HAGERMANTO CHIFEDS
Star Pitcher of Cleveland Napi
Signs with Tinx
TEEMS ARE NOT MALE PUBLIC
Harler Disciplined, When lafornrra
Reported to Dlrmlanham that
Oatlaw "coa(a Confer
CHTCAGO, Nov. K Rip llagerman,
itir pitcher of the Cleveland American
leagu ball club, today signed a three
year contract with the Chicago Federal
league club, according to an announce
ment by Charlea Weeiihman, prealdent
of the club. The terme were not made
Hagarman bad been disciplined by
Cleveland, be aald, when Informer bad
reported to Manager Birmingham that
Federal league acouta had been aren
talking with the pitcher.
"Birmingham aeked me to sign a two
yeara' contract," said Hagerman. "and
I refused. I Immediately became the
warm-up pitcher. I pitched to the bat
tera, and when our other pltchera got in
trouble I was ruahed to the aide line
to warm up to relieve him. If I'd gone
hack to Cleveland I'd Boon have been
Bent, to Portland,"
Hagerman formerly pitched fur , Port
land, Ore.; and at one time for the Chi
Fischer I'paeta Trade.
In a letter from lilngliamlon. N. Y.. laat
week Hill Klacher, catcher for the Brook
lyn Irodceni, announced that he hud
aigned with the Chicago Federate on a
three yearn' contract railing for JO, OK) a
;nnon. Klacher Rays he got in.OOT) In ad
vance. Charlea II. Kbhcts, prealdent of
the Dodder, had decided to trade Fischer
for a pitcher and made the announcement
leKa than twenty-four hours before Fisch
er's Jump to th chtfotla was recorded.
ACCIDENT AT THE SPEEDWAY
Ernest Magruder Hurlts from Track
When Tire Bursts.
ART SMITH LOOPS OVER CITY
Long Distance Men
to Run in Turkey
Day Races in Omaha
Klghteen long distance runner", Includ
ing urack rroes-rountrv men from Ne
braska and Iowa Universities, are en
tered In the cross-country run to he held
thla morning under the aus
plcea of tho Omaha Young Men's Chris
tian association. The list of entrants
m.111 1 . .u .1.1. .i..nnl,
vi.ht -... .... vi,.-.i-. Krnest Mngrudor, an expert from tlm
. , (National factory, drove the first rating
i cm is will "Jiiir l3 ill m vi i.w amu una
memtxr of the team from Iowa. Charles
CAPTAIN OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL
FOOT BALL TEAM.
Itarlna AltoP I'rrforms Miracle of
the Air Over Omaha, l.ooplou
the t,oi Mnrlrrn
CREIGHTON TACKLES COYOTES
Kelsey, a former Carlisle man who I
now at Thurston, Neb, will run, and
Merle, Logler of York Is the other out-of-town
John Filler, who runs under the colors
of the local association, Is a nutlve of
Athens, Greece, and Is one of the Mars
of the local contingent.
The entrants are: John Filler. C. C.
Spauldlng. Herman Cohn. C. C. Welgel,
(. A. Itoblnson and Brldenhaugh of
Omaha; John I. Evans, Iowa university;
Aaron Davidson, Thorpelan Athletic club;
Charles Kelsey, Thurston, Neb.; II. It.
car on the new Omnlui Automobile speed
way yesterdny afternoon, and also suf
fored the flrct accident. Magruder bad
driven hla blu National thiee -quarters of
the way around tho track when he was
seen to hurdle off. lie declared he blew
a tire and was thtown off.
Magruder wna not Injured, and the only
damage done to the machine waa the
twisting of the steering gear and tho
axle. A new axle waa attached laat 11 Ik ht
i and the car will be. ready today, and
Magruder will muke another attempt.
Magruder had trouble In starting. Ilia
engine wouldn't accumulate the speed
and when he struck the first banked turn
uoetze, Krati, Uolden. Theodore kudik, jhe awayed pcrlloualy, and was forced to
Don pohn, J. B. Richer. R. Anderson point the nose of the car toward the top
and W. Raecke of Nebraska university; j of the track to prevent sliding off at the
piene ixigicr, lorn, .pd,
(Continued from Page One.)
Give Your B!cod
Drive Out Impuritiea and
Make the Skin Smooth
Poison In the blood, to undermine tb
health a to leave the system In a low i
state of resistance. But use S. 8. 8. for I
a brief time and you lis re up the vital
park of blood vigor. It sweeps Its way !
all through the body, dislodges rheumatism, ,
relieve catarrhal congestion, clears tb '
tbroat and bronchial tubes, dries up all ;
akin eruptions, enables the kidneys, liver,
milting defeat. Crelghlori will give them
a hard run for their money.
' Out at Rourke park the Omaha High
achool will lock with Lane Tech. of
Chicago. Though of lighter caliber than
the Coyota-Crelghton fray, the- Inter
scholastic lada should give an Interesting
exhibit of the gridiron game. The Lane
team la reputed to bo a wonder thia
year, but Tommla Mills and hla boya
will be there to make them prove It.
T Loop the Loop.
A variety of attractions will be offered
at the Speedway. Art Smith, who loops
the loop a la Beachey, will be on hand
to provide the thrills whenever the
crowd wants them. He will be given ex
pert assistance by Charles Peters, Ralph
McMlllen and Charles Osborn, three
Motorcycle racing, .with J. A. McNIel,
Morty Graves. Larry Fleckensteln. Hoy
Mllner, 1'ave Klnnle and Imtch Meyers
competing, and automobile time trials
will make up'the rest of the program.
The Fpeedway will be opened shortly
after 10:3u In the morning and the pre
liminary events Inaugurated Imme
diately. Continuously from that time
until 6 o'clock In the afternoon event
will be run off.
The management Is expecting a record
crowd to attend. The track has been
completed to a twenty-foot width. This
; will be widened to fifty feet next spring,
but In order to give Omaha an Idea of
the enormity of the- enterprise It waa
derided to build tho twenty feet this
bladder and lungs to work promptly and
ettectlvely In carrying Impurities out of the j f , that an opening could ba had.
medicine for the bleed and baa the eon a- i J"'" Pnlng today Is tq show what ran
denee of a host of people. Tbey know I done on th track.
It la harmless to the stomach and exper- I Two selected teama of Omaha'a beet
lence ha shown tbst It accomplishes all ; soccer players will exhibit at Miller
mat was aw rrprcira oi mercury, loaiae interest in aum-er Is isnldlv
bottom. Two or three times he nearly
huidled over the top when ho pushed tho
Art Smith Loops Over City.
Art Hmlth. the daring little aviator who
performs looiMhe-loops In the atmos
phere, exhibited his prowess over the city
making numerous loops over the building
tops during the twenty-minutes he re
mained In the air.
Despite the powerful wind. Smith tool;
the chance Just to prove to Omaha that
Beachey has nothing on him. The wind,
driving In from the west, propelled l is
skimpy machine over Council Bluffs anJ
It took htm many minutes to work buck
over Omaha. Then ho mado twelve auc
evasive loops. ,
On each loop the wind drove him
hack toward the Bluffs and on several
occRftlons lie attempted loops only t.i
have the wind throw lilm backward, tiut
he gamely etul'k to It, returned to Omaha
and went through seven more loops,
making a total of nineteen loops.
Leaves fiaa Tank Home.
Just before gilng up Mmlth discovered
be had left his gas tank at Fort Wayne,
The tang from Pete Inch's machine was
Installed nnj Hinlth went up anyhow.
Ralph McMlllen went Into the air and
remained up thirty-five minutes. When
8.000 feet above the very center
i of Omaha's business dintrlrt. Mc
Mlllen a laat drop of gaa was conHUmed
and he was in the air without ineuna
of propelling himself back to the Auto
mobile Hpeedway. But by skillful vol
planing, McMlllen brought his machine
to the ground and landed In a large
field south of the Fpeedway. uninjured I
and ready to make another flight In the
Will Break Loop Hecord.
Today at tho Automobile Speedway
Smith will attempt to break hla recora
for the number of consecutive loops'. He
has maneuvered sixteen successive loops
and he hopes to be able to do better
this afternoon. Beachey' record Is con
siderably under the one now held by
Cha.ley Peters, who fllee
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Hard Battle Expected When Two
University Teams Meet on Gridiorn.
COACH MILLER NOT TALKING
Icttlne; Odds Are Bald to Ho ftlUhtly
la Favor of the Men from
the South Dakota
Creighton field at 3 p. m.
CRKIC1ITUN. I SOI T1I
Hrennan tc UK.R.rO.
The Omiiha team Is to play the I.ane
Tech. team of Chicago at Rourke park
Stiehm Will Not
Leave Happy Home
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 2.1. tSpcclal Tel
egram.) Immediately upon hla return
from Chicago today,' Coach "Jumbo"
Stiehm et at rest rumors that he was
to be chosen as athletic coach at the I'nl-
verslty of Wisconsin. Stiehm said he
had received no direct offer from Wlscoa
sin, but had been Informed hla name hai
been proposed by alumni who were dis
satisfied with the present athletic situa
Sticlun said that he would not accept
the , Itlon and that he has a three-year
contract signed with Nebraaka. The Ne
braska coach spent three days In Chi
cago after the Iowa game, but made no
attempt to arrange a schedule. lie said
he had taken no action on a new schedule.
Manager Recti a'nnounced today receipts
for the foot ball season would be about
Hurford C. :
Shannon HTI .T.,.,
Carrlg Q.B-I t-H...
Wine I-. i.i . K, . .
Creighton university und the t'nlverslty
of South Dakota will meet for their fourth
consecutive annual battle on Creighton
field this afternoon. Indications point to
the most desperate struggle of any tin
test ever staged between the two teams.
Betting has been llgh with odds favoring
Some Heavy Weights.
Good officials have been secured for
the game. W. II. Elaenmann of Kenyon
college, Ohio, will referee; Uus Graham,
Grlnneli college, Des Moines, will umpire,
and Will Brennan, Ames, will act as head
According to w weight sent on by the
South Dakota management, the Coyotes
will weight 170 pounds average. In thla
number is Manary, guard, 235 pounds.
He will be pitted against Jap Tamislea
of the Creighton squad.
Tickets for the big carne arc selling at
a rapid rate, and a crowd of 5.000 people
la counted on. The middle section of the
grandstand has bee reserved. A largo
number of the students will gather under
the direction of the cheer leaders In the
When asked concerning the outcome.
Coach Miller of Crlshton stated that
It would be a hard game and merely
Foot Ball Teams
Prepare for Play
ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Nov. 2T..-Practicing
again In secret. Navy's foot ball squad
waa given nearly two hours of hard
drill and scrimmaging this afternoon.
The practice waa marked by many shifts,
during which all of the men likely to get
Into the army game were given special
WEST POINT, N. V., Nov. K.-There
was nothing easy about the Army
eleven's workout this afternoon In prepa
ration for the Navy contest Saturday,
although there waa no hard scrimmaging.
The men will get another drill tomorro'
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 25 Tho Penn
sylvania and Cornell foot ball squads
had their final drills today In prepara
tion for tomorrow's game on Franklin
SYRACUSE. N. T.. Nov. 25. The Notre
Dame foot ball squad arrived here thla
afternoon ready for the game with the
Syracuse university eleven tomorrow
Bee Want Ads Are tho Best Business
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NEBRASKA DEAF SCHOOL
TO PLAY WAH00 HIGH
The Nebraska School for tiie Deaf foot
ball "tigers" will leave Omaha Thursday
morning for a "pig-akin contest" at
Wahoo. They are anticipating a hard
game, but expect to bring back with
them Wahoo I Hub's scalp as a remem
brance of their final game of thla sea
son. The deaf la is are all in fine con
dition ' for the fray.
3S MXiMr Store Will )
MlymWWmVA Be Closed
WE WISH TO THANK YOU
the general public, for the splendid support which has made this,
an unusually backward season, one of the very best from a selling
standpoint in the history of this store,
We are thankful, not merely from a dollar and cents standpoint,
but rather because the splendid increase over former and more
propitious seasons tells us that public confidence, the most valued
of all our assets, is ours.
We will close all day Thursday, Thanksgiving, bat have pre
pared many pleasing money-saving sale events for you for Friday,
watch our windows and ads. Again we thank you,
ln..VB, C 01 ' aetrUCaT growing in Omaha and the team, in theMoop. thl. afternoon" Looping with a p..:
Get a bottla of S. ft. ft. today at any -lly league naa wen derinea following, seuger is very dangerous and ha only
IXi.OOt), about :,000 under a year ago, but
the Loch i expenses are lighter the net earnings
(machine, may go up with Smith when be, will only be about $1,000 lower than in
I9i:i. The Kansas and lowa games netted
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work being dua by a famous medical de
partment, with aids and help that hav
proven of wonderful valu to those suf
fering with blood disease. For a special
book on tb subject written by an expert,
ai Ureas Th Bwlft PsBMlfic Co., 6T Kwlft
ridf , Atlanta, G. For nearly half a
century 8. 8. 8. has been th safeguard
of a myriad of people who are living ex
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today but refus all substitutes.
Tow Sal by th Following rirma
A cros-country run will be held under
th auspice of the Young Men' Chris- !
tlan assoclatmn. Th run will be held
In th morning. A gold medal will be j
given to the winner and a sterling silver
medal to th lad coming home second.
Ttie following eight will receive bronie
On the Raasllots.
On all the sand tots the various ama
teur foot ball teams will settle feuds of
long standing. The Columbians and the
Monmouth Parks, the two fastest of
Omaha' amateur teams, will Invade for
eign fields. The Monmouth Park will
play at Valley and the Columbian at
A Thanksgiving day shoot will be the
program at Carter Lake Gun club. The
event will start promptly at 10 o'clock
In th rooming and continue throughout
th day. Th Omaha Gun club will not
hold a shoot, but will be present by In
vitation at th doing at the Carter Lake
If the day is pleasant the old guard of
golfers will dig up the old clubs and hie
themselves around the golf links at th
various country club. Some of th golf
fiends have been at th game each Bun
day despite th chill weather, and no
matter if there Is snow on the ground a
few golf bug ar sure to be out.
been attempted once or twice before.
The program at the Speedway will start
thla morning at 10:30 o'clock. Smith
will loop both In the morning and after
noon. In addition .McMlllen win fly. automo
bile testa against time will b run and a
series of motorcycle race will conclude
Schipke Signs Up
With Salt Lake Team
Bill Schipke, who ha been a hero to
Rourke fans for some ten years, has the
promtae of a neat Job next aummer.
Schipke baa made arrangement to hook
up with Salt Lake City ill rae that town
ran get into a respectable league next
summer. Salt t-ake City la one of the
cities In the defunct Colon association
terrliory. Skip will probably manage th
tram In case a club la placed in that territory.
Nebraska well, but the Michigan Aggie
game In Lincoln failed to come up to expectations.
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FONTENELLES WANT FOOT
BALL GAME FOR TURKEY DAY
The Fontrnelles. one of Omaha's fast
foot ball teama, Invaded Dunlap, la., and
although outweighed aonie twelve pounds
to the man, defeated the Hawkeyes, 14
to'll The Dunlap boys were hehT corw
les until th last quarter, when they
rushed two touchdown and kicked on
goal. The Fontenelle nad made a touch
down early in t' first quarter and again
In th third quarter and kicked both
goala. The Dunlap team la without a
game for Thanksgiving and would Ilk
to hear from some fast Omaha squaJ. W.
WetteugaU Dunlap. la. Is manager.
ram Will Train nt Macon.
MACON, (a . Nov. Jleorge 8lallings.
manager of the Boston National world
champions, announced here today that
Macon had been chosen aa th tills train
ing ramp for hla team, lie aald the play
er would report th latter part of February.
Brickley May Coach
Ames Next Year
IOWA CITY, la., Nov. 25.-(Speclal. -Brickley,
whose toe made Harvard foot
ball famous, may coach at Amu next
year, according to word which has been :
received by lowa athletic authorities from
the Iowa State college board. Two mem
bera of the Ames athletic board rhosen
as a committee of the school aro now
on their way to Cambridge to meet Brick
ley and talk the matter over with him
says the report received here.
Brickley will be offered Xi.bOO for the
first season. It Is said, with a contract
practically of hla own dictation for on
or five year. Th bringing of Brickley
to Ames, If such event results, mean a
revolution of foot ball at A me from a
system which has been under criticism
there for several years.
TH0MAS0N PUTS BROTHER
ON GRAND ISLAND TEAM
Artie Thomason, the well known walk
ing delegate who occupies th center gar
den for the Omaha base bail team, ha
a kid brother whom, Tommla says, is a
swell athlete. Thomaaon got th kid
brother a Job with th Grand Island State
league club under Jim Rourke, and he
predicts that In due course of time tinder
proiwr training he will become a regular
Ty Cobb, If the brother make good
with Orai'.d Island he will probably come
to the Rourke quad. where he can play
next to the popular Tommle.
For Barnes, Uralses and Born
th quickest and surest cur I Bucklen'a
Arnica Baiv. Kvery household should
hav a box on hand all th time. J&c.
You a Joyous
There's real delight in being senti
mental now and then; in opening
one's heart; in annointing one's soul
with the oil of kindness; in passing
along a part of the happiness one
It is good to be alive at Thanksgtv
ing time to share the Joys of youth
and home to increase our happiness
by giving a part to others.
In this golden time we hope your
cup may be filled, and that in truth
your Thanksgiving Day may be all it
meant to the forefathers who created
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