Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 25, 1915, Page 7, Image 7
THE BEE: .OMAHA, MONDAY, J AN'UAUY 23. 1915. MUTT AND JEFF Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher . 1 1 "' 1 r.-nv : L r-r ---niTrr-rr-T- t -r -r-- irr -i -m - -re-r -r-r , t . ' . ... Me 0tT 6sfN, ms w-j ' ir:v f weu. mutt You csn'tV WtiWw .vVU'a5i 4&J ; ' P I' f I l Jt f ,H ? .; J-y'Tr : FOR RENT RRAIi KSTATK H,, Ct . FARM A ntNdl LAND rOBl 9 A LB. EIEKJANT modarn brick P.rl- WImmmiIi. Franx nt. Il 8. th Pt. rrmmi. jX)XQV YY lSCOriSlIl r.PiUin,t,tSr Shrb.0aiVlSr; Bt dV nnil nr.l crop .ft. In th I? 5?k 'y?' .17!! nrubtx!ry, M par union: wttUra wanted. Land tor nl at nontn. 7r"';-... , - low rrkf on easy trm. Ak for took- . J. 0. ISII, EXECUTOE. ? ", Wl.ooT..ln Ontr.1 I-nd ' CJrant. Exrllfnt InndH for stock raisins. TW B. t1t At Fhorx Rarnay m. If lntcreotrd in fruit lands ask for bork . . . lmnD . Irt on Appl Orchards. Address I and AVL ARK MODERN. Industrial LXTrtment. oo Una Hallway, Csss, 8-r., square, Mlniwspo'ls. Minn. - ms Clcalt, -r. brlc. ROOMERS. 150. ! ' Hh near Uods;a -r. brick; l3K.ua. Mlallaiaaa. 38I!.-.K,!D-J",i.n1 ll"n.!q"ar', J21 FAR3I for sals: must sell my Felhmwra . O'KKKPB REAL. KSTATK CO.. fsrm. M scrs. muok arairta land. t-R.. mod.. sw Wo. 2th Av... tl.tr UPhof7. 4 Time. Bid. . St, Uou. Ma, $S,000 rms. 3412 N. . I4th. Web. 77. S-r., modsrn. 71 8. 8?th t. 7-r., modem. ABSTRACTS t tltVt. mi Lav; Bt. good ooatkn Wb. t'i90. RKKD Abstraet Co.. oldest abstract of MODERN a-atory housa, ? rooms; oevet flea an Nebraska. P"adals Twar. ooCTiptgd: uew tunsaca: tM. Doug. fcKHR T'.tls Uuaraatoa and Abstract Cs FOR TaKNT Mc-dorn o-toodj hous. Mi a aaodarn attract otflca. M B- 1'ia ab & 85th At. Jnquira T. J. O'Brien. Phono Pouglaa 64J7. Hen.haw Hotel, har. MM. Douglas ltlft. t- ... . . 1 ' "Pj T Pc7 RKAL ESTATE-FOR EXCHAJTOK CllOUB VinClbt0rag6 FOR EXCHANGE-IT acre. Texaa farm. 12 a Improvements, asoellent rondl- Storas, snorea, packs, ships: S-horsa vaa tlon K roito, Galveston and Houston, and I rnen. L par hr.5 storaga per j from station, I10.0W; want land, mo. Satisfaction rar. P. 4338 A Ty. UO. m No mh gt f i,tnPf,in, Neb. X)R OOOD im acres home.trad. t mile from . . . ... . .n ... Orln Junction. Wyomlef. Larry Mo- Ws hava a complete list ofall hoomej. j, pt Neb. - apartments and flats that ara for rant. M . ' ' This list can be seen free of chanra at . FRONTIER O. MARQAIH. Omaha Van Storage Co, 90s So. Wth St. H!shly Improvad farm of HA acraa. - ' Land all Urt tlwt and (a exoaiiaai aotl. Fidelity Storage Co -b"--- or movus. packln. , .hlppln;. " Brd.l.heatsr Ooa. N.K 16th A Jackson Sts. Phona Uouglas 16th ift Jacason rr. . ,. ,.. . FOR SAI-B OR EXCHANQB for Colura- HnuSPaU' a'Lpru Vtn?,''tyA ni. bus, O., property, two lots Thornbur, tiOUSegCl.eltn Son. 4 Co.. Baa Bld. addltoll ona lot Burl!nrtoj addition. a Ay Van and Stor- Cunalia; all free of Incumbrances. Address MCTCrarn Co., Lax, owner, J. A. Hartley. M K. High 8t, iJLC1OOt van, S men. 1.6o Columbus, O. ' per nr.; oiay. men, 1.2i par hr. 17U FiNE quarter secUon, black soil, Qra Wehster. Doug. 14W. orr cn, b d., for Omaha property, cash J TJ j Exp. movlns. or what hava yout a. P. Wll. 110 Vth- 1 . X PfTl packing 4t storage, ton Rt., Omaha, Neb. V'tVvy" 1207 Famam. D. 614. ; ."SlKlCTi.Y modern s-room houss 70S No. ; niTAT. FTATU ACREAGE . ' - iOth street. Phone Red m. HiSAlt feaiAlto-awumua FIVE-ROOM house, with bam for six TWO AND ON S HALP ' ru horses; lante wagon shed and yard; In dty. 0Q up. rhon Doug. located at JWil-S. iaUi .iiU, Phona Rod SMALL. FARMS FOR SAL.it TM. - . "We hava 6, 19, and 81-acra tracts, wH ' 1 ' ' .!' hnproved. near Council Bluffs, possession ... . ' ..., . March 1, at low figures and on easy py- - : WANTEI TO RKNT snents. COMpANT ' EXPERIENCED farmer, married, desires . m arlU oUncUKufta. 'la. I to rent furra on shares- Address J 641, ' . Beo.- . ... , A ROOM In a first class home In good vst rvriTiP ' til part of town, by young man. Address F SUiALi ESTATE IA3AJH9 Be0- ' Jj&,(Xlo PRIVATE money to loan an Inslda ' property at T per coot. O'Kaefa Real . . ' Eetata Co., Uli Oiaaiia Nat Bank Bldg. WANTED TO PCY uounias a;ls. OFFICE furniture bought and sold. J, CITY aud farm loana 5 54, per cant. C. Reed, 127 Famam. Doug. 4S. J. IL Dumont A CQ..100I Famam. Omaha HAMILTON CO., the only gentile second- WANTED City loans and warrants. W. hand stole In Omata. 1719 Cuming. D. 6&a Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnara. ! WE RUT ?d-hand clothes. 1421 N. Mlh. i,j0 to llw.tM made promptly. F. D. Weed, ! HUnTESTTrtce. for furniture. Web. bLL. Wead Bldg., Mth and Faxnain him. TaTTbuy. everything id hand. Tyler 141. icJT K)l Om.ha Nstl. Douglas ZTLZ. reAiv estate GAKV1N BEOS oi'E: FARM ItAIHClI LAMP FOK BALE. C,TT Q Q g - . lor.o. . u 1M11 Brandels Theater Bldg. FOHND ANOTHER 'HOMESTEAD !H CITT property. Larca loaaa a apacifilty. acres In settled country) rich farm land, W. H. Thomas, ia State Bank bldg. JAscrForTMergan ' MONET on hand for city and farm loa A- Trapy- ron Mergan. ioio. H. W. Binder. City NaU. Bank Bldg. . IMPROVED, 'BOTTOM LAND. 8,3 ('3 acres af alfalfa. J nules from Pacifio ; Junction. Prk 1100 Pfcf acre; 4.009 cash. WANTF7D City loans. Patera Trust Co. balance terms. J. B. Downing, owner, r. .T" . Pacific Junction. Ia. REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE FOR BALE 1240 acres fine wheat 1am1 Why Pay Rent? near Richfield.- Morton Co.. Kanaaa. f lto A ,A ,. T nr rrl will sell Dart or all "Tien, for iioo cash ana par month Zpzz; rnriri. ;.tui;oop.rmHo JlTTR y fiftW!r,-1" N' 6t,0Bett7rPJei th ' ! .. . , Creigh, Sons & Co. ISO ACRES, between iea polls and Dtt- Douglas - M Be BVdg luth. on tha aoo Una. 4 nuies from rail- : . road town; 70 acres under cultivation. REAlr' ESTATE SOUTH BIDE balance wooded pastnre and soma good . tneadow; mo waata land; fair set build- - - ings; near school; land borders on beautl- FOR SALE BT OWNER T-room bunga- ful lake; compute sat macbiaary; 1 w S. liih Ave. Price tXGCO. Mod- ahickana, plenty of feed, wagon, buggy " a every respect; hardwood flnUh; and avetytnlng on tha place goa at M fu" basement; paved street; was built fr sere;, ana-half caah. ttchwab Bros.. than four years a so; must dispose l Plymouth kids- Minneapolis. Minn. of Business reaaona. Call and sea or phone Douglas w7. . hfbrstln. TOR SALE l2ou-a, alfalfa and cattle .i .. t . ranch. In wexiern Nub. Write Melrose . Ranch. Iiarriburg. Neb. REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE THE RO.SEBirO.LAND CO., W T FARNAM home, only tsSou. la 414 Barker Blk., Omaha. N. Wth Ave. Bell., exchannes Neb. farms and ranches. - ' -r ... r-a oalaaeaaa . .. ' ' REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOU8 m- - ' ' ' LOTS near car tUX) and up. pay- Homeseekers . Excursion 'LwTiif.,., ; X.tom Oklahoma J! ' earth r" 'D' th ,a0l D " jouncing the Kountsa Memorial, last - Where ttia- winters are warm. eyeoing at the Toung Men's Christian Where the limaie Is unencolled. association. to 14. Th Memorials put Where rtJntnU is abunaant. , ., . . . ... rf , . ., . A Mi. re soil is axtrrraely fertile. UD hrd ''S111 ourlng tha first period. W here you can grow anything that will sucoeadiug Jn holding the Christiana to Crow In Nebraska, a 10 to 11 score. . . Where you can buy land from $15 to ,, v , -,. ... ' . ,, To per acre. llobson and Klepser didnnusual'.y good If ao, go with us on our" next excursion, work .for the Christiana, while Barrow- &r w.rvr.7 mn " tb,-, ,tellar pcr,OTTn" for . turn. Ill 70. Remember Ilia data. Memoitals. Lloup: rur further details and list of lands CHRISTIANS. MEMORIALS. rite Hobeon R.F I R.F... Barrowman . THE VOGEI. REALTT AOE.WT, Klenaer LF. UF liaawa 116-1 W. O. W. Bl.lg . Omaha. Neb. Mik! C. C , Anoween stia Dala. Corliss R.O.) R-Gt tiuhiibetg udIJVTr t?a1a. 3 .o:'"h tour.?,' r tre7eVred K? j'W Wiles. Corlies. Parish (i), B.rrown.an . . : , , i , rowwsa M. Fauls committed: Memor- WILL ell Mi acrrs of level. -rich farm Wis, 6; Christians, 7. Kubsiitutes: Par land for IV ranh, or will trade for Ihu for Corliss. Krentedt fur Ruot. youug nmree with foal. J. U R. Flor- joints awardrd: Christians. Referee: ence. Neb. Tel FlorerK-e 1W. Kiit. I' ' Bea Want Ads Ara rne beat Business labor. Ia. vertlsed Opportunities. , GAUE FROU 01IAHA et Slight d; Orer .Metropolitan Fir ia First Half d Ia creus it in Second, r 1X03 TWOIX-ITVTS TO SUTEEN BXBBHBassS '" V 4 a- LINCOLN. Jan. K (Special Telegram.) -Omaha. High school lost to Lincoln Ugh school In basket ball her tonight n a closely playad game, S to it With a score of ic to It In favor, of enond half. Flo thaw starred for Omaha with four field goal from different m tatarday's Soar ea tha Allays. IJNCDLN. I Morris .........R.F. Schmidt ...... .F. Alhrecht C Hmith R.O Bchroeoer L.O. OMAHA' R.F,. .......... Patty L.F FVothaw C Painter H.L... Larmon tc) Lutea Fuhatltute: Jfairer for Rchmlrtt. - riM coals: Morris. 4: Alhrecht. 4: Flmh.w 4; Painter, J: Lutes. 1; Schmidt, Smith Jayhawks Take Two Games from The Cornhuskers LAWRENCE. Kan., Jan. 24.-(8pecUl Teleerram.) The . Kansas . Jayhawkers made it two straight In basket ball from tha. Nebraska .Cornhuskers by winning here tonight, M to 13, - . . Tha gama waa much closer than the ona last night and toward tha end tha Corn husk era sprinted and almost overtook their opponents. Tha Kansas team seemed to tire toward tha and. By winning these two games from their ancient rivals tha Jayhawkers-' made a good start toward a championship team. Both teams started alow at he beginning forward, shot free basket for tho first score.- ' (' Tha Cornhuskers "covered up" their oppontnts tonight In much better farm, Bhlelda, tho Nebraska right forward, cored two field goals for his team bx th first half and Myers, at center, got one. Hugg made two free throws. For an sa. Folks, at guard, captured three, field goals. The eooro at tha end of th half was 18 to in favor of Kansas. Rutherford, the Nebraska foot ball star, was the particular star for tho Nebraska five. His four field goals In th last halt helped hie team materially. Captain Dun mire for Kansas played a, nice "floor" game. Orleans Man Named Deputy, Game Warden . (From e Btaff Correspondent ) ' LINCOLN. Jan. M.JSpeclal John O. Holmes of Orleans has beep appointed by Governor Morehaad e one. of the three special deputies serving' under Gam and Fish - Commissioner - Ru ten beck. No other appointments have yet beta made, although the 4rltrmal two- year terms of all three deputies have expired. . The three deputies earring et present are Sam Bowers of Columbus, William Kentopp of Falls City and R. rso ef Valentine. Nothing, has been given out as to which. If any. of the present deputies, Mr. Holmes supplants. ' JOHNNY KILO AN E HAS , BETTER OF MORGAN ! i PHILADELPHIA, Jan. S4Wohnny Kll- bane, the featherweight, champion of the world, tonight had the better ef stx- round fight with Eddie Morgan, feather weight champion of England. K 11 ban had the better of the first four rounds, but In the fifth and sixth Morgan came back strong and showed to equal advantage. lie stood up well against th terrific punches ef the American. WhUe th fight wms hard and fast th,ere were no knock downs. Both m were bleeding from the nose and mouth when th fight ended. NARVESON SECURED ' BY MANAGER JONES LINCOLN. Neb.. Jan. M.-A telegram from Hugh Jones, owner of th Lincoln Western League base ball club, says he has signed Pitcher Narveeon, last year wtth the Cincinnati 'National leago elub and. later wtth Victoria in the North western league, a player for whom he haa long been angling. Jones, who Is spending the winter In California, Instruct! that blank . con tracts be Ml to Manager "Matty" Mc Intyre at Detroit, who notified him be had six players whom ha wished to alga. Their ladenllty Is not disclosed . .. , EQUIPMENT. Ml. M. M.Tot. Ocander ...is 4 is 4-4 Pickett TJ 14 IM " L. Norgard.lU 17 1M lit Totals 49 m 471 144 MISC. ACCT8. 1st. ii. M.Trt. (fauptman .164 144 It 4h V ells ....... JM 1M 144 4M St. One.....ia UJ.1M. 4e Total. ,.....4?n 4Rj 4s lt't CAR RMCORP. ' luL M. 1 Tot Oomet r.l V;i .w 4a Pterfer ' .....1.4 1-4 HU 4M) Purshouse .188' 1( Totals 4 l IM DlBCRHEM IwNTA 1st. hi. M.Trt.l Peterson ..14 IM l ' Lnnergan .'.IM H1.V4 W Bryant 1 US 12 410 Totals 1X3 ENGINEERS. 1st id. M.Tot Kolsnchkk 144 11 1 47 Hulalser ....in is 14) Lee V in tus fS .. Totals 4M v liJ PAB8KNOER. 1st. M. M.Tot. Yorwald .....Ul 124 148 46 Marti fe-ieay .1ST ,1M IK 14 m 421 Total 4 74 447 nrr NEB. DIVISION. 1st. td. Bd.Tot kKTr l4 v R. Norgard.m 171 1M I Oilllgan 14 lt-4 441 Totals .....4lt 47? 44 UPT. TRANS. 1st. M. M.Tet Melnrlck ,..1I 11 11 m cVhrader ...m 1M 1t 4- HUite J 10 146 I M Jtt I t i let 1 l KS ,.17 ..Ml ..! .144 'itnadlslc Of Teasas n 1 . . . . c. UAIB VIA I lB.AUVn. W. L.1V. Lewis' Buffet SI 14 .'.H Hssui's Fiurrs IT it .45 FslniKiM Oii i 'i : M Hnnoer'i CM Tavar..! St .MI Kste i 3 rtontselnw ....... rs.-M M ImiM SIM C. .,..,'44 M AID. r.ipn s . lidlvtdusl lm: Nasi. Av. NeM, ,. Av. Kowntosrt ,.1 THi4lr .,..IT1 Hnue .. 1 Uml.f ...I1 !ccey ia iM .,,.. .its Kdfar41 ,...1 turn ......ITS Hh.w ...... 1U lanWtrsm M Mnisbe ....Ul KiniK .... Wiley ltl UltaMS rxtMT ITS Tkatrlw . sun ,.,,,..17 M. Wll Terrell 17V Bhte4 ... Mltclwll ...171 Ksrr .... Ise Noeaaar IMli , MTU Hertwell Kersa ITT ntert, im 17 Bsatss Total ... ladlvldwal Avar ST rs. .69 ST 4'.T 103 and P.rVer ...1M) A4 . ...144 BmrtH .... ...144 IjOsntrsiB ...l10tn ...I4t Heasest... ...14 Jenk ,,,,, ,...IA4 James .,. ,..Ul Alalsa ... jn .... VI, .. rnLraa .. Mnnlty Favftnaa WnMnpia' tlrant . . tttraUier : KNr Ta OF COLI'MBW. ' . W. UPrt ex ' ...... i .m nrandar ....111 Marti. lit llaupi4Dsa .1 umigaa ...Hi Klmy 14 HvlaiMT ...141 t 6nra....ll Kxeiba ....is Wella ......Ul Vr4 ...lit Uhmiwm MKua4e ..in i4 I GrMint in oltver Is .K4 5 Smtnlif ,...l4tea ...t,.U4 Scontear ...144 ' rrRTCO LKAatrs. ,.we .if .im ,.m ,.u -ITS M J Hnftn.lJ4 a. Palmer.. 14 Orson lTsDmai- P. ralaar..lU Maniit Teal . .174 IU4om Maanaa ....ITl o. Wl turs....lfs Mallsy 'I MOSS. , ft" ,ll ..U7 .14 .....ll .....J O. Homnea.lu rmsier .....US BwlM ..171 Tnuaas ....Ul lWniiouea ..ITS FAIRMONT CRBAKeORT. Llql4 OoM ..- If .701 I-1Ii l M II .411 Better Batter . M .h4 l'arltas Brallars St f .411 M4nt .... 7 .Ni Falrsrant Parma U e Jit ladiTldual STsraeaa: Naaia. At. Mama. A. Vm-ey ......17 Byaer 14 Ullwoa IS Kerranek Kiauid lai Oabrlal ....lit (S.rl.nma ..11.4 F. oiWay...M Hertwall ,.1M C. I4eea ....lis Neisoa UO Klmil ...iJa KmlU .,1 Caret! .....11 gika 141 Haulmaa ...IBS J.n.en at HtuLtr . niddliifs ,..44 Router ....JM lieet., ,..,.144 Woialaa ..l4 r-"n .....14 N. hms...ii Helrtt If4 AP1 ,,JV Sohrinsw ..144 Bertiar ......1JJ Osaasi' ..... HI O. Uljt.. Jt 8UND0 AULtL .. W. Llnt. Marble Taes M 4 .V Bteam Koala ,.. .73 t'encreles ? U I .. Naeajna v ,...M .Sso Fleatllaa I t!.wf Fall Weights 1 It .pit In4lvMiMi avararaa: Sam. At. Nam, ' At, Baok l4nrix CslTl)) ...... let IV'aUMlMTg Ja rjmaha Ceaartl ... Na. l ... Cnlnmbes . Nsaia. Oausfclaa . T)riae Orlflla ... Herar vt(m .. CantafMiBl Ras Raler ... Iearr .... Boahiwaa . Cirtmas ,. Wnsi noela Kasnerty .1 .1 4 AT. NaSM. ' ,.17 Mltah .171 Obry .171 Oaehl ... .lea neiwtkr .144 Harklna .141 Baeoh ,U Oeater I Mi .417 T .417 t let At. ....144 ....144 ....141 .! ,11 .! urree.'. .M K. Joiiastaa.11'4 .UT Carres 134 .IM Heselaiaitar ix4 .114 Graheu ,...1S .141 He4uillaa ..111 .144 U Jnhnetea.ix ,141 Johnutfi ..18S J. Brma....m r liaceeal M Sneca Marara U4 Meahaai ...1J7 Hey i....HT Oelllna Ul TaNDARD OH. I AO UTS ' PalariM A OHa....ti .414 Oews 4aaelliis it JT .444 Mlra Axla Oreaae.... II .4:14 Mtatlaa Oil . . , . II J4 ,40t Individual aTeraeea? Nana' At, huH. At. tVlf 1M Kline 14 Cale .1" Benslasa lU'im ......let Moore ....U1 Jones ' Ul Vrr l....lJ rlamoetln ,.IM allvsiaa '.. ..!H Uarmaii ...1M I.aroihr ....HI Huileatall .IMrVhank :....11t JMobatt.. ....) HKcvrmaa .la frees ...... .144 Jehenxm ...laa Byrne mOeerholl ....lit J oh nana ....144 Ollmore ....Ul ,l'NtON PACIFIO LCAOUB. . . W. U I'or, Mlee. Aeets .n klitlseera 4 S KaalMMal MoouiaeavMlts ..... I I I .444 Kt.raka Dir.. I 1 t raaaeuiM- I 1 I Iadtn4aal eara': ' Ntaa. At. NaaM. fjea rfttPaaersea .. Kolmwklok 17 Keiorlck KQTTlMnaa .lnpirkelt .. rar4 171 H4IM 171DeeM ... L Norsar4.ni rferrar ' ... Railta Ittkraoak ... P. W. I Pet. i is 14 te ,.... 14 ...... ..4 It tl nun ;i MM .417 terlln ,, MMteerhs. Ceiealala . OluraSiana laaivlsuU aeerair-a: Naata. At. Nam, At, Welly 174 tiilllea . .vn m ts ......I"" klfng ...14 Meiaewa ...ll.Lns ....... I' H.,.nt(k ,lr.l jeeoM PI Waeaeii ,...m Mbm ,.;...ik l aanwa ....144 H.mbe IA Jnnea 144 Ifrrty ,,.14 Xeemsaea ..141 Flmllay ....It evieauiet .141 Fvitoa KEiltH V Konny Ill Metstas ....UIiaU .... VlMim LCAtUJn. r. w. u. r. V. B. fltaltk A Oa.il U I .M MMlaarl O. P.. .11 II .7X1 !4oilerany OK. II ." Bemla Park Ore. ..11 K Kins-Perk Oe II I 1 .444 Dreaat'e Uttm Ra il 1 .44 Kllpatnek Co.. .11 4 It Brearshjf-Khig Os.ll 4 14 .! lBtUTl4S4 ENEMIES GET "GOU) TCOTH" v Old Ycrtrmant Bodf Found on lUiii in South Dakota. Town , Wu Knows HcTt.; (; WUCE iETE IT JTBEH 4nes .' i Th dead body ot. Oold-tooth" Johnnie," known else as "Dututh Johnnie," waa found last week on railroad tracks in small ftonth DaJtnt. Till. . This In- formattem rarcelved last .nlxht a polio haadquarters caused pon elder bla stir. Nobody seems . to . know "Oold-tnoth Johnnie s". real Bam. 'Old dlOonl of "Th retecV'itl hint MM!trt, Baker, Mrt hi and Ryan. ' Th "Oninha police tay kt real nam is Wet?a ' For years k hag been -known' a llseera I 4 S t. Traaa I ! TteoOT4 ........ 4 I .444 eteeni ......... I 4 4 .44 . far easAara .lit At ,.isl .la .144 .141 ..l4 .161 141 ' Name. Doyls ... lurkea . Welrfe ... Kobe, .... Fa4ey ... Vetler ... H. Wing, uleea . Nlckell At. ..141 .141 .14 At. Name. ..144 Tender ..UA ItaemiHasa ..l4 H. tStrlkllat.lM ..W4 areteer ..141 haUika 1 ,.)aa Anaatree .lis ..!! WnMrla , .1; l& Laeiiy ......131 114 B.oKiortl ...lal J. 4reit,..l7 raaaell ,...lw WUIiaata ...l.'l I kunp ...lea I. Waeka...lt( Htillwasoa .114 hraimaoad 1'4 r.llowa ....111 Tarua lt4Tntias 144 Ceiaa IM Cm l it H. wtiu....H Baraarg ,..IM II. nh't'sea.l.M hales IM Keraey .1H Tatrue i,ja alrkhua ..Is4 8nitk izl 4. utrlMtttg.lfc )MMI lit 411 ntmr ..lalTllMa ...... lil ('hrleteeea 14a Today 1 Merrywa ..144 Bryefcs .....117 yiW'her ...147 Dr.ll ,,'....114 P.r.iple 4( It I III 114 ftttltar ......144 Alnaeear ...lis ...144 T.at'saar4 111 ...144 Hushea Ill Beeeee ..,,.141 Wllaea Hit 1 Arwn ,,.,.144 Neleaa lm I bvmaa ,,.,144 lMiliar ...Jva bands 1U1 , Yean .. Pellmaa Ruppert arid Huston Have Only an Option on New York Yanks . C1IICAOO. Jan. M CsLptalu Ttflinghast Huston, who with Colonel Jaeob Ruppart was reported recently to bava purchased the New Tork American league baa ball club, admitted . last night that h aad his associate In th .deal simply hold an op tion on the stock of th club for which they paid 0,000. A rumor that th option was to expire February I ia true, accord ing to Captain Huston. ', , There U no truth In the report thai we got scared because of the lawsuit begun by th Federal league, said Captain Hus ton, "and there Is nothing In our eontreot with th present owners of th New Tork club regarding the matter of getting help from other clubs. I'll admit w art try Ing to get some Mar players. -W have paid ever exactly 154,900 earnest money, but 4?r eontract simply demands that the New Tork stock be turned over to us on January to,' free of all Incumbrances. I bavv. no reaaow to believe w shall not oomplet th deal Colonel Ruppert la In New Tork now and I shall be there Monday." , , . HANSC0M PARK METHODISTS TRIM THE COVENANTERS With Wlilard, Charlesworth aad Reel shooting basket from all angles of the floor, coupled with the cloe guarding and; excellent passing of th entire team, th Hanscom Park Methodists had little trouble In defeating the Church of the Covenant last evening at th Young Men's Christian association by th score of O to , tjuthrie made the only basket and trff throw secured by the Covenant quintet, , , ' , The lineup: HANSCOM PARK! OOVF.NANTKRfl. (VI Herd RF.IR.F Talmnd fhsrleeworth ..L.F. 1..F. ...... Outune ....C.C U. Orr .L.O.JLQ .K( IH.U.I, Willard tCi. (). Orr. t Keel r.. Kamsnakt .... Phllp Field goals: (1). Kanaanskl Orr. Referee: '!e Cummins -. .. w-r Cbsrlaawerth a throws . K. wit. ' tlap Ikia crallel' toagh. . 'If riaa. . . Croup and wheoping cugh ar child ren's ailment. Vr. King' New Discovery is what you . need. Jt kills the cold i;ernis. AH drugllet. AdvtrUaemrot. Relm will go t the fmirth manual tn- Tantton of. Cadillao dealer t -lacreit,' Mr. Relm will be accompanied by A. I Fc.hanli, N. W. NTTard end wv4rTi Ne braska and Iowa dealers. Athletio Council At Ames Begins -TheYearipDebt When the safe In the Douglas u. dttoriom Was dynamited three .years ago "Gold-tooth -John" was In -the vicinity and was under suspicion. ".'"' -. ' Cnl ',.Mwrdla'i..'' HI death.' ertMirWty' . accidental, la tailed 7)urdr by Da tecttv.lQA Fleming. who has known "Th Gold-tooth'" for th last few years. "II had lately- been a .popper for th Burns Detective avsrenc.y," said Flxuilng. "I got that from "Th Ten Tolnta Kid," wh Is now serving fifteen year In toilet, p" 9f Chicago. Friends ef some .yegg, who fell through "The Gold-tooth's" treach ery probably did It for revenge, Cer- taluly Johnnie would never, die accident ally under th .wheel of M. train. It they axamln his . body mayb they'll find a knlf cut under hi arm-pit, or maybe a bullet hole. . " The Gold-tooth' was prominent- In hi line." th detective related'. . "tl, got hla name from the bis? goiq , Vooth hi hi lower Jaw a tooth that stood out like a .tusk. It always identified him. . "TesT Data-etlr.- 'H vrti about 45 years eld aril had baa 4i ertmlnal most of hla life.' lie was M years old before he ever saw the In side of a jail, however, but when he did, it r.roke him, body and soul. He, came out a crushed, whining pier of humanity. After that a number of crooks were eaught with the goods on them, im mediately after "Job.' . Non of ' th yeggn, ' though, even after they were safely In prison, t ould figure ,lt out. 'Then, suddenly,., police . department got next to th fact that -Gold -tooth John, who was' known M harmless ex- oonvlct, "" th obHT-e th bitter hatred tVf Ills formed comridei.' Th, time, through the iin(lw(rround wirelees,' every yegg in evtry prison,, knew ftir m posi tive fact that The - Tooth' was a 'snitch.'- - a , ' " ' ' 1 "A ten-year man h Llnr-oln told me that not two months ara and, I've heard H since. We've been expenting ewg of Oold Tooth's ..death daily,'',,,' . ."' -. ' Mebii"s' KxprleaeeJ ' Sheriff Fell M cShma - In" Uhe ds y s when he ngs biMy wlth. rwlds figured I one o the ."tooth's" ' escapades, r,Thre4 years. ago.. Chief , pf Detective ,' Steve Maloney received In farm tlon that three yesga who had just ''beat a box" In a town near Chicago, were headed for the Mlnsouri Pacific hotel, at Fifteenth and California treat, and would arvlv ther at 3 o clock, Maleny sent half a down stectlves t lay In -wait' for th trio, and th offloer surrounded th htol on ail AMES, : la., J. 8i.-JtSsclal.)-Th Amea nthletlo ffrtunctl startad out on 1915 dead brek. Tha fact ta, th lntarvaraliy Cyelon treasury was nxactly iM.S3 hi th hoi when th wild ball rang In this mum. This oeordlp4 to h report of Director Ctyd Wllliama ot ,th physical department, which was kvocepted and ap prored by th rouacll at Ha last oion. Th defrdt wt 4kuse4l y an abnormal appropriation of ii,2U.It, which waa prac tice !ly vecy cent in tho councU' ex chequer, toward th nW tnncret stands on nw State field, which are th begin ning ef a to tSB.Ort ItYirrcroent. . . Th report for th cniar year of 1H shews that ffoot ball Vaa'tTi staff of life for til - !nterm!Vann?A 4U.h)elia, antivltiea except base rl, wbtoh tia a profit bal ance U41.n to 1U credit Th five minor spoil tiack, banket balL tennis, wreetltng end gyrnttasttc all earn less tnoney than t1'? t to eustqln. I The seven sports - ar aocouated for financially a follow tn th report: Foot ball paid H.40T net. bfee ball paid tTl Bet. track lost tl,C4, basket ball lost I41S.97, tennis lot wrestllnf lost 1T, gym tun tsam lent 04 Tha total ( foot balltnooma wa Sln.186.13.' . , : CHAMPION WOMAN BOVLER ; ON ASSOCJATION ALLEYS Dad Huntington haa reorlved th entry t Mis. Blrdk Kara af ft. Loula,, th champion aramasi bowtor ef th world, for th handicap tournament. - Bh will bowl Saturday alght. January 80, with a apodal picked te i and Sun day afternoon to the double and ttenday night in tba BlngVaa,. ! i . ,- ooafareno record t by himself for th 150-yard baok atrok event to Th Northwestern relay team lowered th for mer Conference mark thro seconds t Records Shattered J at Swimming Meet CHICAGO, Jan. K-Two western confer ence rwlmmtng records war broken last night by Vincent Johnson, a sophomore at North we tarn unlvsrsity, and th same swimmer helped shatter a third mark In the relay at the meat at the University of k7T . " T lda, but kept thnmselve li4d,iA few VT. ?7 ' Pavllcek of thaj, .aUr ;, . ,taw nMned to V.K- tr- l """ .' "mr Matony'a Information, an auto tolled up tn th baok stroke. . Johnsoa set a mark ,K . of W to tha forty-yard .wlm. 1: l !m rte ZZuZ XtL It th C-yr4 avaat. Pavltoak lowered th f"' .11'... ! 1!? WT I vviMitsn w rs w v tvtia B1I4B V" ay I sg .ij low th fugitives to get Inside th hotel, bfer making th arrest. r . . Just as th three war ea the threshold, up rolled another machine and Sheriff 'McHhane and half , doaen tfeputle rolled, out "eat It, Vaa Gays. "Beat It, you guys," exclaimed on of th raider, "we're raiding this hotel 1" Th cracksmen waited not for further Instructions. Their taxi wa etlll at tha curb, but Just starting away. , In a bouird tha three were Inside It, ordering the driver to be off. Before th watching detective had realised what wa happening', the quarry was a doaen block away, and though th city was combed thoroughly after wards, ao trao of th eracksmen could be found. . "The Oold Tooth" was on ef th trio, It wa afterward ascertained. ,,. Cadillac Company to Handle Cadillacs Only in the Future The Cadillac Company of Omaha has reverted to lis original policy or acting a representative for tha CadtUao car exclusively and will henceforth not a sum th agency at any other make of machine. ... George Relm, president of. the Cadillao company, leaves tonight for the Chicago Automobile show and to spend two weeks ta consultation with Cadillac officials. At present the Omaha agency is behind la thirty-three deliveries and Relm will en deavor to obtain a few more cars. After th visit to the Chicago fhow XI r. e (lleaaraei W'las. GL1CNWOOO. .t Jt. P4M4el.T Silver City felling to be on hend lor the advertised game of bsaket ball her lest evening, (ha (Vuncll imnfs AntWra were suhetltu'ex). The fO-- we t.Ki t-ne-alded to be feiterUig, tho Antlers b-ln out clased. to 54. The ftneiier was leWen two TWke4. team from Compeay I and wa vary goa-k Lineup AN TLk.rU. RYir.ard . . T F Fltark ....... ...L.F. iHMnpaey .C Moriis R-U- B. hlott ,.IG, Refereaj; Kld 'oo. GLF.NWOOD. R.Jf.... Lwl LF Alley ('...Turabufl, Alley R.F Muccucc! L.F., Binlon CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS FORM BASKET BALL TEAMS Girls of Central High hav err sal led class basket ball teams. Tha freshmen are the enly class without a team and they xpct ta bv on aoon. Th following member of teams were CBOea by Mis Dumont after a hard work out: - Senior tnx, forwards, Lola Hoel and Ruth .Watleri guard. Ruth Gross nd Margarat Salisbury; center, Ruth liuttoa. Ruth Waller wa ejected captain by her teamtnta. Th Junior team la Muriel Rusbland and Evelyn Warner, forwards; Adeline Stoa and Vera Belch, guards; Madeline Thompson, cntr; lively Waraw, .captain. roph mor team. Ruby Bsrenaon and Ruth Swenson, forwards; Rev, A. Krats and Mary JVgg. ' (uarda; Isabell Pearsan, captain and canter. , Oietraw la tb Blassaesw , Thar ar snaay people who hav a distress in the stomach aftar meala It I du to Indlgestiea. and easily remedied by taking oaa-of Cbamberktia' Tablet after axaala. Mr. Hory iVadghaa, Vk tor, N. Ti writ: "For aom tuna I wa trouUcd with headache aad 41s trass In my stomach after eating, also with constipation. About aix month ago I begaa taking Chamberlain's Tablet. They ragulatad th actioa of my bowels aad tha aaedaoh aad etber annoyauoas ceased tn a ahort time." Obtaiaabl vevy wber. Advertisement. 4. Bdwarat Wli Tkur Aasaaav, BT; EDWARD, Neb., Jan. 4.-Ppe-elal.k The ! ht. & choil bvhat tH team won three anmea Jir-r "rtduy ave nlng from Genoa team Tin c4re In th first tram, which waa fwlwaoa th eo ond teams, waa 44 tn 4. Iha .cor in the gum between the Rlris' tvr was to s. Th score of the (sun between the first teem wa SO to IA Th fetativltla con cluded with a box social given by th girls of th St Kdward Hl.h school. ' . i "i . i . . v Scares mt Iowa Tonrafcy.. i, FORT DODOF Is,, Jaa. 14. teipaolstl.) Th tournament of the Iowa Rowling association closed here Friday with Jo Sweeney of Bloux City f irst in elngiee with Ki. The Rankin Colt let ia th tournament attained tit teajl tn th tlve man event with 1.M0. as did l'uire and Ford of Fort Dodg In the double with i.lta. . -' . ' : Dundee Antis Will Invade LegislatuiG Dunde antl-annaxatlonhrbi held an en thusiastic meeting lat night at tha fir hall, to arrange for a large eiai3on from that villag ts go to Lineola Thar day and protest against th aaaaxatlofi bill now before the senate. Between fifty and ana hnhdred, and parhan more, wnt ge from ranAea an th special train, that wilt ale earry "antla"vfrom South Omaha, Benson and Florence. Messra. Stoltenberg,. Rofcr- , bough, H. W. Pierpont Cbarle Nelson and Clyde Drew war appointed last alght as a committee, .to canvas th wV.ele villa go for - daiegetae far tb XUauuia trip, and te got out the crowd, aad sell railroad ticket, ta advance.. MILLER PARK tfOTHEHS' ' ' CLU3 AIDS FOUR MENDERS Th Mathers' club of Miller Park avhool had donation day Friday for four msai bers. who 're temporarily In need of aawlataace. Tha contrtbutloa consisted of a wag an load of food, sufficient to last for sfral days, and Several boxes of olothmg. The affialra of the club ar so niangd Vh.at only member ef the relief committee know the identity ef the bene ficiaries of relief extended, . SHAEFFER TO COME 'BACK TO FACE HIS EMPLOYERS Robert .A. fr'tiseftcr. aubsgnnt cf the Prudential Life Insurance cump&ny, waa arrested yesterday at Norihwood. I., on a charge of 'appropriating M't his own. , preferred by the company. Delec tive Frank Murphy went last nUM to bring aim her.