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RALPH DE PALMA IN OMAHA
r3nont Italian Driver Pronounces
Cnttha Speedway "Some" Track.
LL BE HERE NEXT SPRING
PflarB Triple Radla a ail Haakr.il
"i mrrru Will Atlrarl C atrr'a
Brat Drtrrra tier far
- Flrat Blar Bar.
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ialph le Pal mil, on of Ihe moat
faiw of antomobila rawing drlvfrt, wii
iln'Jraah yesterday afternoon 'on hii way
' fryrn Corona, c'al., to New York, to lve
Ith new Omaha automobile apeedway the
owe ovar and form hlf opinion of Jack
Irpnee'i latent ventiira. le ralma waa
rwfie4 out to the track and he had no
mere than cast a quick ulanre at U lhan
hf pmeiouitoed It "iom" trark.
U tnirely thould be a fast speedway,"
1'lared l P!in, "ami snmo records
certainly be clipped. The triple radius,
while to the layman, perhaps, unmilvable,
tvthe rsclnir driver Is a benefit In making
tiTt-ns at a high rate of speed. The hhgh
plth on the curves Is another benefit.
HlKk Plleh for Hafely.
fThe hlsh banks are also a safety pre
caution. The ordinary person might think
lljtvmre ilantrerons to throw a tire on n
bi'ftk than on m. atralBhtAav hut It !
nwh faster to hold a car to the track
WVcn on' the bank If a tire bursts than
on 'trttfh. " '
"This track Is solidly and HUbsUnllally
built to fur and If the remainder" U
erecfod as well it will eland a lon' time.
Jack Prlnt-e knows hi huines. I have
known him for years, raced'on hla-tracie
. and hi has never been ' connected with a
IcBiun yet: Omaha will surAly be on the
racing nuin next year and you will see
the cream of the drivers here. will
surely be htre when the call noes out." .
Hold Ma- Trophies.
Ih Palnia la on his way to New York.
Ills car has been snipped by express and
will be Bono over thoroughly before tha
ttanta Monies races in California. Ie
Pelrra drives -4 Mercedes, a Uerman-btillt
ar. which hue been creating all kind
of disturbances at . rerant .. .meet. IT
Palma took both troiliiea at Klgln lnM
aummer and he waa fourth In ths Corona
race on Thanuagivlng dny.
lis la said to be one of . the craftiest
FAMOUS RACING DRIVER THINKS
WELL OF LOCAL TRACK.
DANA IS COMING NEXT WEEK
President of National Civil Service
Reform to Speak in Omaha.
DR. stimson gives a talk
Plararnnnd Secretary Addressee
Woman's dab, I rixlna; All to
, llooet for Moremeat t
nAt.rtf DK PALMA.
drivera In tha game. He always plays 1 conference.
; Wants Track Meet
DKS MOINK.1.. la., Dec. l.(ineclaJ.
I'raka tintverslly wants to bring1 tha
Mlwsourl Valley track meet to llasklns
fi14.f according to the statement of Itf
athletic offlclaJa today.' Much a proposal
comes Just th advance o' the conference
of Mlasourl Valley representatives at
Lincoln this week. The basket ball,
track, foot ball and base ball . schedules
for. the Missouri Valley conference teams
wilt betmsda out at thV meeting.' The
first business ' serf Ion U set fur Friday.
Bcveral. rnijortsnt matters are going to
be taken up, among thm belnff tl.' loca
tion of the Missouri Vjiley meet, the two
sport rule, the gradual!1! rule rt'l prob.
ably the admission of Oklahoma Into the
cafe an4 never sacrifices his own safety
tor speed. He Is the kind of driver who
figures hi Hen out beforehand and'
he has a list of winnings, as long as
Harney Old field s.
rrlea4 ! Sheriff MeMhasie.
fiurlng hla short stay pe I'alma drove
about tltw city with Sheriff Felix Mc
Khane, Mihane, wii Is an ardent race
bug and attends all the big national nice
meets, Is a friend of 1 Pnlma, having
been with blm at many of the lacea In
whlrh the Italian was entered.
Two plans for handling the Missouri
Valley meet aro projected. One la to form
a circuit oi the varlo'ia' achuols of 'the
Conference and move the meet from year
to year. 'The' other Is' to locate the War
event at 'Kansas City iermanentiy. This
last will be strenuously oppoand by tha
Drake Offlcluls. ThV declare it never
I aid out at Kansas t'liy when tr!-d. Tha
new stadium there, howevrr, bids fair to
overcome this, argument.
Drake wl'.l also oppose the entrance of
Oklahoma. It Is believed. This same
propoaltlon has been brought up before
and met with cons'dcrsble opposition.
BEMiS PARK CLUB JOINS -ANTI-POOL
Prtaee t Chicago.
Jack Prince. left last nlgnt for Chicago
and Detroit on business fur tha speedway
company. Prime la to line up work for
tha nubllcity bureau for the first race.
in a few days and work will be eta. ted Tha ltemls (Park Improvement club will
m (ho track in . . " '''. "-." "'-
It la planned
board thla full
Rl1ird Henry Dana, president of the
National Civil fiervice Reform nssoclat.'rn.
wi;ibe In Nebinska December 7 and ft.
spesking !n Omnha on the seventh, ac
cording to a telegram received Monday
by Mrs. V. II. Cole, chairman of the civil
sorvloe reform tommlttee of the nn'l
Federation of Women's nubs. Airs. Cole ,
maaa tnis announcement at a meeting of
tho Omaha Woman's cl jb, Monday after
noon. Mr. Dana marked Edith Ing
fellow. daughter of the poet Iongfellow.
Do is president of the Boeton Young
Men's Christian association and head of
the Boston Conservatory of Music, be
sides holding many other honorary' posi
tions, I.laht Hehoola and Charches.
Dr. Cyrua F. Stimson. field secretary
of the National Playgrounds and Recrea
tions association, gwv a brief talk, urg-
wtiinrn 1.0 seop in loucn with the
Pluygrounds movement and to do all In
their power to boot tha playgrounds ac
tivities. - ...
The sneaker called attention to tha
danger of young folks who go out of an
evening dn pleasure bent, when churches I
ana urn.mi nouses are dark.
"The only places that are lighted are
commercialised rex-rest Ion centers," he
Mlaa Carpeater gpeaka.
Miss Kelt Carpenter of the local Welles
ley c.RM SKked the co-operation of the
Woman's club members In their plan to
raise a fund' tor tha college .by . showing
Wellesloy views at the Monroe theater,
Twenty-slgth and Farnam streets, De
t ember S.
Rrrrptlna U Ulsraaaed.'
Whether (lie club should hold Its annual
New Year a reception waa brought up for
discussion,, but not "voted upon. At the
flrej meeting In Jsnuary, the c'luh will
vote on the question of ra'slng the 'annual
dues of the organisation.
Mra. W. C. Imbertj of tha conserva
tion committee urged - the membera to
complete their Christmas shopping early
In the month.
Board Members tu Meet.
The eight membera of the Board of
Education recently elected on" the cltl
sena picket, will address the clubMonday
afternoon.. Tha . annual Woman's club
luncheon will be held Thursday at tha
v Allowing tha club meeting, Ml Neva
Turner, head of tha domestic science de
partment of the Omaha High school, gave
a talk on "roods' .under the direction
of tha home economics department, of
which Mra. K. J. Burnett Is the leader.'
CENTRAL NEBRASKA FAIR
. " PERMANENT INSTITUTION
Morris end Wood.,
l:oss and Jeffries
Hh cross and Hruce ,
Ttck and tick
King end Wleberg
I.faiiiifell!ir and Itswaoh
KAST AND W EST
RtHemnn and Dreyfos....
M'i nnd Martin
Miner and Whuelu' k..
Xalson and MiOnn.
tiwart and Abbott
I.cstliol and it'kltr
lirwis and i'litlngrr ,,,
to "finish, the ' running ''B "h""1 to ',n ,h" J"''"1 ,'n"!
.-a , - w.h..i licensing a ix)i hiUI on Kamllton strewt
leen roRIirill I1U rwn;-iini i
and also to alert otflcera. J. W. I'arish la
n-iw president and Clifford 8s(llce sorre
tary. A petition signed by more than!200 resi
dents near by thla location protesting
asaltist the pml hall was nulled with the
city clerk Monday, taken up by" the city
Lcummlsalon and referred to roller Com
wormy; . u-..i i. ... nn.
finally upon It to the commlKSlon In com-
" j proteetants feel assured of suvceea'ae It
tli. understood thoy were advised by Mr.
Kugcl that if any considerable number of
residents vb)e. id to the' location- of tha
pool loom thera It would not be licensed.
ocr lira the entire track and even the
grandstand may be built before spring.
PRAIRIE PARK WHlSTERS .
HOLD WEEKLY MEETING
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Tha following stores ware trade at the
Prairie Paik Whist club at the
NOP.TH AND UOl'TII.
tVlnr.ers ., ,
Barton and ReyniH'le. t;
J-rtce and Kowmnu.
OLD PLAYGROUNDS OF
i BRAVES. TO BE NO MORE
....ii t-il - . .
....-Ti BOSTON. Dec. 1 The psss'ng of ths
.... 4 S-T old w a I pole street liasa ball srounda.
. home of tha Boston National league
HICKORY JOHNJC;, IS
SLATED FOR DISCARD
"Hkkry" Jol nton, lite husLy catcher
who pastlmad for the Rourkes er be
fore lsst. Is slated .for tke. d'saard,
'Hickory"' Is now a member of the New
York Giants, but it Is sl HcUnw In
tends to attach the "tinware to him
before spring, as I.e. Is too heavy and
slow for fa-st lompany. Johnson will not
return to Omaha, as Pa Ruurke do-lares
Johnson shows too much cf a tendency
to eshibit the extent of bis Ivory."
teams for the last- forty years, was of fl-
a .T cMlv announced today. President James
.11 4-7 j K. Gaffney of the world s champions said
I that they would play on new grounds
i which would be rendy In Julv. t'ntil that
time the l iases .will use Fenway park
the Boston American league grounds.
At thc unnusl meeting of the club held.
today. President Gaffney and other offi
cere were re-elected.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Dec. l.-tSne
clol Telegram.) At 'the flrat annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Cen
tral - Nebraska Agricultural association
tnia arternoon a resolution waa unani
mously adopted instructing the nineteen
directors, one from each township In the
jcotinty, to buy tha eighty-avtn acree
" -; i i .jr grwimis w vi n
an .option to. buy. There were hue minor
vhangea In the directory.
The latter elected Hugh Mcintosh. Alda.
formerly editor of the Nehraska Farmer,
as president; 11. J. McLaughlin. Doni
phan, president of the Nebraska Pure
Bivd Horse Breedor- association, as vice
president; A. M. Conner aa secretary.
and H or man Tagge as treasurer. A new
board cf munn.-ers will be elected late.
A fine financial showing was made aa
a result of th first fair.
FRANKLIN CLUB WILL JOIN
THE UNITED TYPOTHETAE
At their re Tula r Monday lunch tha Trl
Clty Ben Frankl'n club resolved to Join
the United Ty not lists e of Amor lea. whluh
Is the aatlonal organization for'ths bet
terment of conditions pertaining to the
printing trade. An effort will also be
made to bring about a more thorough
understanding between the buyer of print
ing and the' printer.
New members are Joining thc organisa
tion at each of the monthly meetings and
It la only a mtttter of weeks and months
before all praters will be counted as
baa WniUoit la B UaaUoa.
MAUIKOX, N'b.. Dec. l.-H, lal Ou i
""""W raiii iieiurr lor tiic IauIs
Krowiis. and wife will spend Um winter
at Madison. Mrs. Williams is liie daugh
ter of 4'hsrles Altm l.jit-r of tills tlty.
Mr. William lis u comract for the com
ing season wnn the Biowns.
Tb Want Ad t'vuumui The b- Ar
V.-tA Iw!ly by People in cji.ti of Ad
BROUGHT FROrvt CHICAGO
FOR STEALING CARTERCAR
Officers Psxsnowsk! and Rch have re
turn from CMcao with Charlea Guyer
and Walter Thomas of that city, who
stole a Carteitar from the local agency
and after driving It borne aold It fo tijw.
The car and the check whlih they re
ceived for the sale has teen recovered,
To Coach B row a Aarala. '
PROVIDF.NCB. It. I.. Dec. l.-Jl. N.
Robinaon was re-ejigaed today a a head
coaiti of the Brown university foot ball
team for two yeaca. Wlillun Borackling
and A. H. Whluemora will be hut assist
aala nest fait
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Heap Big Joy moke
Cool and fragrant as a September morn." That's
what the pipe fans say of good old P. A. That s the
music that every man sings who has given his old jimmy
a new tryout oh our say-so that .the P. A. patented process
out the bite and the sting and leaves just pure smoke joy.
the national joy smoke
'makes just the most peacefulest pipe smoke that you or any man
can crowd into the bowl of a jimmy pipe or roll into a makin's
cigarette. P. A. never burned any man's tongue and it won't
burri yours. Buy a tidy red tinful for 10c or a toppy red bagful
for 5c or, better yet, invest in tne iamous,
P. A. crystal - glass humidor- with the
sponge in the top. Keeps the smokings
. pipefitto the last pipeful. Say! Shi I
The crystal-glass Humidor makes a cork
ing fine Christmas present for men folks.
At any itore that tells
the tidy red tin, 10c, tt
and the pound and half pound tins.
py red bag, 5c,
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO
Winstoa-Salem. N. C
B. J. R.ysokls
. ILL WITH MENINGITIS
Ira Cartney. a awnlor at tha Crel3hton
college of medicine, la at the Presby
terian hospltak. foUowlrut an attack oT
meningitis, which developed recently.
Physicians who are attending the young
man stste that chances for his recovery
Cartneys . home la at Battle Creek.'
Neb., and he la one of the moajt popular :
student at tha college, lie haa been j
acting aa assistant In the offices of Drs.
Alllaon. Dersnody. Duncan and Qleeson.
To Ilea) Dart moat h Tea at.
HANOVER. N. II., Dec. 1. John R. Mo.
Aultffe of Worcester. Masa. wss elected
tauLaia of next year's Iartniouth foot
ball team UmUv. atcAulltfe played Inft
taekla Ho preiNLrod, fur voliega at Wor
cosier aoadaiuy. '
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