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VSlE-OKT I 0 TO
THE RVET SLINCERS
ttA.LL TOiiCWT '
AMES FIIXSJTS SCHEDULE
Tradition Playi Part in Arrange
jneitt of PlRyinif Datei of
Foot Ball Elevens.
WOULD LIKE TO PLAY KANSAS
AMKS. 1.. Jan. 12. (Special.)--Coach
Hamilton of Kansas, when he waa here
last week for two days with the Jsy
hawker basket ball lom, said Kanaaa had
at(ne1 uf with the nam achoola thn Jay-
- hawkers have played for years. Kansas
attach tha sentiment pf perennial riv
alry. Wt of whir h grow s tradition, to the
ames with Missouri. Nebraska, Wanh
hurn and Draka, and thrre soems to be. no
desire for a ehenge to newer foea, he aald.
'lie wis asked why Ames and Kansas
' Mftrer set together on the gridiron and he
guessed ' that It was because of tlme
' Dlrartor Clyde Williams said ho has
slimed new contracts with Missouri, Ne-
' hraska. Iowa and Drake, the aarnes to bo
ha played in th order given. Missouri and
Nebraska on Htata field, Iowa at Iowa
City and Prake at IJes Molnea.-' Oames
'with tha Tigers, Cornhuskera. Bulldogs
and Kawkeyes date 'way baric on the
Amna ached ules and thry hold their places
on' tho roll for 1W6. Ooa and Cornell,
'though they are not yet signed up, hava
been stesdy enemiea of the Cyclonee In
foot ball and they, one or both, no doubt
will ba given room on tha Amea calendar
for the fall. Minnesota at' Minneapolis
"Is a "permanent fixture.
Nothing riew has developed on tha new
teach proposition, but last Friday tha
special ftthlatlo council committee prom
ised that the selection of at least one of
the roaches would take place within tha
'subsequent week. A Cambridge dlapati-n
in a Chicago newspaper Monday said!
"Brickley intends to coexh In tha middle
' west. While Ma p!m tl unsettled,
' he says there la llttla chance that ha will
'letata at either' Ohio Ftato nlreslty or
Ames Tha Ames athletic council ha
'verified tha Ames and of tlia Horn.
FORMER BASE BALL STARS
TO ATTEND HOMECOMING
During June, thla year, tha people of
''oeneeeo, III., are to hare a home-coming
I week, and letter received here by former
'neneaaoltee Indicate that 1,000 or more of
tha old-timers will be In atendanre.
: Omaha la tha home of two former
( Oeneaaoltea Court Carrier of tha MIU
i waukee of floes and Congressman Loback.
! Doth were boys there and soma forty
' years ago they were atari on the town
jbaae ball team. Carrier catching and
limbeck playing first base. It has been
'thirty years since Carrier waa In
Oeneeeo. He has written that he win be
one of the home-corners.
PRO BILLIARD EXPERTS
; COMBAT HERE TONIGHT
Albert Cutler and Kojl Tamada, the
Japanese Millard crack, will play a 300
r point match at 111 billiards at Morrison's
j billiard parlors tonight. Cutler and
Yamada are members of the Professional
Billiard Players- league.
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Attention, Stout Men
Choice of Stout Suits $15.75
Rectal Diseases Cured
A toild treatment, that cure Piles, Fistula and other Rectal diieaae la a abort
time, without a surgical operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other general aoaat
cede ased. A car guaranteed ia every cute accepted or treatment, and no money
ta be paid until cored. Writ for book on Rectal Diseases, with tcstlmooLUa.
DR. TARRY Be Bulldlng-Omaha.
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CHICAGO LIGHTWEIGHT WHO
MEETS WELSH TONIGHT.
EBBETS ANNOUNCES THE
RELEASE OF TWO HURLERS
NWW. YORK, Jan. 12. - resident
Coalers II. EJIibete of the Brooklyn Na
tional league. club today announced tha
release tf two pitchers .to Newark of tha
International league William M. Steele,
obtained from the Ft. Iouls Nationals,
and John Knsinann, who Joined Brooklyn
from Newark last year. , ,
DOLAN SIGNS TWO-YEAR
CONTRACT WITH CARDS
CHICAGO, Jan. IJ.-'tNrty" Dolan, the
St IjouIb National Infieldcr whom Ixe
Majree, manager of the Brooklyn Fed
erals, has been trying to Induce to Join
the Brooklyn team, has signed a new
two-year contract with the Cardinals, ac
cording to announcement hy Manager
Ituggina of the St. lxuls club today.
Hampton lllah Wins.
HAMPTON, Neb.. Jan. ll-(Hoclal.)-The
Hampton High school basket ball
ti'sjn defeated the (Irani iHlaml Baptlnt
academy team, M to 10, yesterday. Ij.
Brown played a stellar game at pivot
The llnoup: ,
I Brown (C).
Orand Island Academy.
Thirty Wrestlers In Kveats.
CHICAGO, Jan. lt-Thlrty wrestlers
will take part in the championship events
of tha Central Amateur Athletic union,
which will be held here next Saturday
night. It was announced today. The Cen
tral Amateur Athletic union boxing
champlomhlpe will be held at Cleveland
Cnt Dwn the Loaf.
NEW ORLEANS, I.a.. Jan. U.-Bnkera
here today beaan rutting; the slse of bread
loaves two ounces because of the recent
advance In flour prices.
We have too many stout suits,
running in size from i58 to 48. Soine
of them are long stouts. The pat
terns are mostly blue serges, blue
unfinished and plain aud fancy grey
worsteds. To reduce our stock we
give you your unrestricted choice
for $15.75. Tho original prices, $30,
$25 and $20, remain on tho sleeve
tickets. You can know at onco just
the quality of suit you are getting
and the saving you make.
The suits are splendid fitting
stouts. They are cut low in the
neck, short in tho arms and full in
the chest and waist line. If you are
stout and consider yourself hard to
fit give us a trial. You will be prop
erly fitted and at the same time
make a big saving.
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PREPARE RAW SCHEDULE
Grand Circnit Stewards Add Mon
treal to Harness Run Loon, in
Meeting at Detroit.
SEASON OPENS AT CLEVELAND
DfrrnoiT, Mich., Jan. 13.-PitUburgh
snd Fort Erie will not be active members
tf the Grand circuit this year. The
stewards of the hamesa racing organiza
tion. In session here today, prepared the
1315 racing schedule and added Montreal
to the circuit.
The Canadian city waa given two race
meetings of thre.o day each to fill the
gap caused by 'the withdrawal of Fort
Erie and Pittsburgh.
The aeason will open at Cleveland the
week of July If and will close at Lexing
ton. ,Ky., .the .weok of October 11. The
change which rought Montreal to the
circuit waa expected. and the allotment of
dates waa about as predicted. The open
ing datea of the racing meet follow:
July II, Cleveland; July 26, Detroit;
August 1, Kalamaxno; August 9, Grand
Itaplds, Mich: August 18. three days,
Montreal; August f. three days, Mon
treal; August 30, Yonkers, N. T.; Sep
tember 8, Hartford, Conn.; September 13,
Syracuse; September 20, Columbus; Sep
tember 27, Columbus; October 4, Lexing
ton; October 11, Islington.
The lawa governing, harness horse
meetings In Montreal allows only three
days' racing in a week,
Cruiser Karlsruhe is
Eeported Sunk Off
Grenada, West Indies
MONTREAL, Que., Jan. 11 A detailed
description of a naval battle off Grenada,
British West Indies .is given In 'a letter
received here today from an eye-witness
who assert that In his opinion the Ger
man cruiser Karlsruhe took part and wag
The tetter was dated Grenada. Decem
ber l and the writer aaserta that after
the battle a life buoy came ashore
marked "S. M. 8. Karlsruhe," together
with wreckage and barrel and food
stuffs. He further writes that fisher
men had brought the news that they had
seen dead bodies floating In the vicinity
of the battle, numbers of candle marked
"Kaiser Light," boots, helmet and other
The letter waa made public by the Mon
treal Gasette and waa received by a
member of the Gasette staff from one of
his friends at. Grenada. The letter says:
"While at my house on a ridge over
looking the sea north of Grenada. I wit
nessed a naval engagement, which was
undoubtedly carried on between more
than two warships. The action lasted,
as far as I observed, from T o'clock p. m.
to 11 p. m. A the darkness increased
It waa quite apparent when broadsldea
of projectiles exploded within seconds
of each other on either side, within a
range of four to six miles. I did not
hear tbe explosion of the shells, as the
fight waa too far away. Nobody in ft.
Patrick'a appeared to have noticed what
had happened. Whether the government
knew of the engagement or not they oer-
I tainly censored ail new a retards It.
"Six days afterward I waa confirmed
i in my opinion by the fast that Sauteura
fishermen fishing In the Carrtaoon chan.
I nel brought In news that they had found
I dead bodies floating in the water, to
: gether with numberless candlea marked
I 'Kaiser Light' (a aample of which I aend
you a a Chrlstniaa gift), also boots with
feet In them, helmet, piece of wreck
"On my portion of an Island railed
isle of Rtiondre a life buoy came ashore
marked '11. M. 8. Karlsruhe,' and besides
wreckage and barrel of food stuff. I
am the lucky possessor of an officer'
word which caine ashore wrapped up
carefully in oilcloth.
"All this confirms my conviction that
not only did an engagement occur, but
that the dreaded Karlsruhe ha been
Secret Treaty of
Porte and Germany
' Now Made Public
FARJQ. Jan. 11 A new dispatch re
ceived here from Pedaaratch. Bulgaria,
say there baa been made public there a
ynopal of a treaty recently coacludt d
between Germany and Turkey.
Thla treaty provide that Germany shall
furnish Turkey during the war with mu
nitions, material and tha money for th
Turkish army, and supply also a suffl
ctent number of Germaa officers and spe
cialists to meet Turkey's requirement.
In case of victory Germany acreea ta
pay Turkey one-fifth of the war Indem
nity received; In case of defeat Oemiany
will Introduce Into th peace treaty a
clause guaranteeing the Integrity of Ot
toman territory. Each country acreea not
to conclude peace without the other.
Turkey, under the terms of thla agrve-
ment. is bound to make war against
Great Eritain and Ki'ssla. Fiance w not
dm ntluned In the document
,11 IK HKE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915.
ODYOO HEAR THE
NEW ED HOOPER
!SiCr4; TO TiARRT
MATILDA NeHIFFEL '
WASHINGTON. Jan. 11-Montcrey has
been evacuated by practically all the
Carranaa troops, who have gone to
Matamoras, arcordlna; to consular dis
patches received today hy the State de
partment. The British ambassador visited Becr
tary Garrison today to dlscuM the Mexi
can situation and ask him to see Gov
ernor Eduardo Iturhtde, former com
mander of the Mexican federal district,
who escaped from Mexico and who is
now here. Oovernor Iturbldo has sked
that the Brltifh minister in Mexico City
look out for the safety of Iturbldc's wlfo
Villa Falls to Take Victoria.
LAREDO, Tex., Jan. 1Z Intent reports
indicate that Victoria, capital iif Tnrriul
Ipaa. Mexico, has not been captured by
Villa troops sn reported sml-offlclally
yesterdsy In Nuevo Laredo. Today's ad
vice ssy that after three days' fighting
the Villa troops retired. Heavy consti
tutionalist fire I said to havo destroyed
the Villa fortification In the mountains
about Victoria. After bombarding these
work the constitutionalists . completed
their victory with an Infantry chargo,
capturing horses, arms and ammunition.
Vnofficlal reports say General Fablo
Gonsalo. Carranta supporter, yesterday,
captured the town of Valles on the rail
way between Tampico and Siin Lular
potosi. Gonzales is In charge, of the de
fense of Tampioo,. . , . ,
Release ' Vet Catcher. '
The Chattanooga' club of the Southern,
league haa given Catcher Pat Graham
his release. Kitchens and It'ntts, both
from the Texas lesgue, will be depended
on to d the bulk of the catching. The
Chattanooga club, has claimed lnflelder
Lusk from, Memphis at the waiver price.'
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Cruiser Bremen is
Damaged by Mine
LONDON, Jan. 12. The German cruiser
Bremen ha arrived at Wilhelniehaven
badly damaged by a mine, according to
a dispatch received by the Evening Star
The Bremen is a small German cruiser
built ten year ago. It Is 341 feet long,
4SV& feet beam and has a normal displace
ment of 8,2u0 tons. It complement con
sists of 286 men.
The Bremen la armed with ten 4.1-Inch
guns and ten one-pounders and equipped
with two submerged 17.7-inch atorpedo
At the time of the, occupation of Vera
Crus by American marines the Bremen
waa stationed in Mexican waters. The
Bremen also represented Germany at the
Jamestown exposition in 1907 and vis
ited New' Tork in .1909 at the time of the
is Short of Food i
NEW YORK, Jan. 13. Thn closing of
the Dardanelles and the shutting off of
Turkey from outside commerce has re
sulted In the people of Constantinople
being reduced to the verge of starvation,
according to George Toms.ymn of Chicago,
for the last eight months In charge, of an
Armenian orphan asylum at Constanti
nople, who' arrived here today on the
Greek 'steamship Athlnlal from Piraeus.
"When I left Constantinople less than
a month ago," he said, "that city was
reduced to sore strait for food, all avail
able supplies having been confiscated by
military authorities. Buffering among
the people was intense and the struggle
for food by the poor wo pitiful In the
The Bee by George McManus
FWlNf HOW I
COT A. KET THAT
IT- I PICKED IT
OFF A LEAM LON5
is at Alexandria
CAJRO, Jan. 12.-(Vla London.)-The
United States cruiser Tennessee and the
collier Jason arrived at Alexandria Sun
day evening. The Tennessee after frnlt
leaHly waiting outside of Jaffa to embark
refugees, the weather continuing ex
ceedingly rough, waa obliged to return
to Alexandria . for coal, causing great
disappointment to the refugees of whom
1.E00 of all nationalities are waiting at
Jaffa. The Tennessee leaves again to
day on Its mission. Three trips will be
necessary to bring away all the refugees.
The Jason- also sails today for Beirut
and thereafter will touch at Piraeus,
Genoa and Marseilles and will finally
rrlve at Plymouth on February 13.
While enroute It will take aboard ex
hibit for the San Francisco exposition.
The Germans and Austrian have sent
their exhibits to Genoa.
Shorty Des Jarien
Will Join the Cubs
CHICAGO, Jan. 13. Paul "Shorty- Des
Jardlen, atar center of the University of
Chicago foot ball team, regarded aa one
of tho best base ball pitchers In the "big
nine," will Join the Chicago club of the
National league in June, according to a
story published hero today.
Des Jardlen declined at this time, It
waa said, to sign a contract, as he did
not Want to endanger his amateur stand
ing by signing to play professional base
hall. He agreed, however, to sign aa soon
as he received hi diploma In June.
He Is a right-hander, posscssesa good
curve hall and his height of more than
elx feet give him additional effective
ness. At the university he is regarded
aa one of the greatest all around athletes
who erver attended the school.
et Next to a
didn't get just the
gift you wanted in the
smoke line for Christmas,
you invest in a i6-oz. glass
humidor of Prince Albert.
This one real tobacco can't bitev
the tongue, because it's made by
a patented process that cuts out
the bite and blister that damage
your clapper. But if that' somebody
you. were expecting a P.. A. glass
humidor from didn't know what's
what in the smoke world, you've got
the opportunity to find out today.
How about-giving a humidor of P. A.
to the fellow who slipped you the wrong
thing for Christmas, just to return good
for evil ? .
P. A. in glass humidors, for home and
office use, is a sure way to pipe and
It's an even bet that you fellows who
got a pound of P. A. in the crystal
glass humidor are finding that it's
harder to keep than New Year's
resolutions. It's the best to
bacco ever for pipe or for
cigarette makin's, stays put
in a cigarette paper and
doesn't leak all over
you while you're
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Report of Death of
Russian Grand Duke
is Officially Denied
PETROGRAD, Jan. 12. The reported
deHth of Grand Duke Alexander Michael'
ovitch. brothcr-ln-law of Emperor Nlcha
las, while fiphtlng In Persia, was offl'
cially denied in Petrograd today.
In view of the fact that an official an
nouncement has-been given out by tht
Turkish government relating to vtotortei
of Turkish troops and the death, on tin
battlefield in one of these engagement!
of Grand Duke Alexander Mlchaclovltch,
the general staff of the Russian army de
clared today that the Turks have gained
no such victories and the encounters re
ferred to were nothing more tlian skit"
mtfthes. Tho Ktatcment says? '
"Grand Duke Alexander MichaelovltcH
haa not bpc.n in the Caucasian theater ol
the war. He Is In good health."
Read the "For Sale" ads if you want
bargains of the minute. - ,
MEET IN KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 12. Intensive
farming to meet the demands of the wan
ring nations of Kutopc for foodstuffs waj
urged upon members .if the Western Ke
tail Implement, Vehicle and llardwar
Dealers' association, which began a thrH
Guys' convention here today, by H. J
Hodge of Abilene, Kan., secretary.
Three thousand dealers, representini
the states - of Missouri, Kansas, Teicsd
Oklahoma, Arkansas, Colorado and Nut
Mexico,, were in attendance. Playlet!
largely will take the place of, apeechei
throughout the meeting. Members of th)
organization today presented '"Treatment
of Traveling Men," by an anonymous an
thor, which was lesiGnec to tejch thl
value of courtesy in business.
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oof ond 10 tidy rod tins, 1
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