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THE BEE: OMAHA, Wi:rKsn.Y, OCTOI'.EIt (5. 1(115.
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LOXOS TO GO EAST
FOR FRAY SUNDAY
Word it Received from Becretar,,
Beaton that Omaha Champs Will
Flay Cleveland at Columbui.
OHIO CITIES BATTLE TODAY
There la joy In the Luxus camp today.
Vor ths Luxus are going; east to battle
the Champa of that section In the Bern I- I
final round of the Inter-clty aer.es for 1
the amateur base ball championship of
the United State.
A telegram was received In Omaha
yesterday from Secretary Saton of the
National Amateur association. In the
aid telegram ' Mr. Beaton conveys the
Clad tidings that the brewers will either
play at Cleveland or Columbus. Satur
day or Sunday. Managor Johnny Dennl
aon of the Luxus, was at hand when
the Western Union brought In the news
and Johnny wept teara of joy. for he
feared that be and hla bunch might get
trimmed out of their trip.
Last Saturday Johnstown and Cleveland
staged a game which wound up In a
fight. Then Cleveland trimmed Johns
town two games, and President Patter
son ruled Cleveland the winner. Cleve
land and Columbus 111 play today, and
the winner must meet out tried and true
athletes. The Omaha team may also participate
In a little squabble when It arrives In
one of the aforementioned Ohio bure.
That Is. the rough-house will pmtbly j
occur ir uinana goes to Cleveland. Cleve
land haa been using a couple of players
which the Omaha officials object to.
One of them Is a pitcher named Atkins,
who played on another team In the
Cleveland league. The White Autos, who ,
copped the championship, are using him
and he waa not a member of their team
last aummer. Omaha objected to his
playing and Patterson ruled that .he Is
ineligible. Cleveland Is still using him,
however, but If be should attempt to
pitch against the Luxua Omaha Intends
to howl long and lustily.
The Luxus will learn tonight whether
they will go to Cleveland or Columbus
andwhen they will leave.
i i u i ci not ueicin uni.ii 1 1 in time ui klluii -
The outlook for a successful foot bHll 'delivery of the ultimatum the Bulgarian making war inunltlona for Europe, ths
team at Creighton la beginning to lm- government haa until 4 o'clock thla aft-ation Rt v" tnfr are still keep
prove, and the blue and white followers ernoon (about 9:30 a. m. New York tlme)Mn u" thc,r regular Industries. They
are assuming a confident attitude. Two In which to decide a policy of strict neu.;re lvln ony tne war orders; ths
new men .n.r.4 i ...i.. t..! r.ni , .1,1. ,ni with r..rm.n , buslnets that will remain after peace
made the rooters rejoice. One of these, 1
fl xr lr.a V. a nniA . nin . . . l. i t . '
- " j , l' .i.v ,-cv. . m. , 4ttw I7 liuua, M ui. 11
will bolster the line beyond recent ex
pectations. The other man Is Doty, who
played at Missouri Valley, and who Is
also a 100-pounder. Doty is being tried
out at fullback, although he is also ac
quainted with line work. Gray, who last
year played on the freshmen team at the
University of Nebraska, will be used
either at guard or tackle, with Ann
strong, another recent acoulsltlon. hMd-
lng the other tackle position. Armstrong
comes from the University of Oklahoma,
where he starred at tackle. '
Tuesday Coach Mills put his proteges
through a lengthy session of signal drill,
lasting until dark. Two teams worked
in unison on a set of new plays, and it
was principally Mills' effort to have
these understood and executed with
Announcement has been made that a
special train will be run to Lincoln Fri
day to accommodate . students accom
panying the varsity for the game with
HIGH SCHOOL LINE LIGHTER
THAN CREIGHTON OPPONENTS
Tuesday afternoon was spent by the
high school squad In tackllna the dummy
and in line drill. The Cteiirhton line will
outweigh the Central High forwards next
Saturday many pounds, and oCach Mulli
gan is trying hard to overcome the
handicap. The Creighton High support
ers are confident of the result of the
This Is the first year the high schoo.
has taken Creighton seriously, but with
a good coach and the material they have
a good team should be turned out The
game Saturday will be hard fought from
start to finish, and a large crowd Is ex-
pected to turn out, as this will be the
only game In the city on tliat date.
Lindsay Trims Cornlea.
LINDSAT. Neb.. Oct. I (Soetiul l In
here Sunday L.nday de-
of..,",.'.f thr '.Jr ih.
champ oii hip of P atte county. Cornlea ;
won tr.a first. Th d.odlnu game wlil be
v sv v ouiiun; ev ttvn 4j,uu uivie.
Lindsay 0 0 I 8 6 0 0 0 fr 4 5
Corulea 3 0 0 0 0 2 V 06 I
TO FCRM NEW GUARANTY
COMPANY IN PLATTE
(From a Staff Correspondent. (
LINCOLN. Oct 6.-(ipecial.)-ChrU
Gruenther of Platte Center la conferring
with the state auditor preparatory tJ
filing articles of incorporation of a new
anaing institution at Coiumbus. to be
known as ths Guaranty Loan v Trust
IN" ME ;ooo
Standing of Teams
Int rrleague Standings.
St. Louis P. W. L. Pet.
Americana 1 1 0 l.tioo
.Nationals 1 0 1 .IXX
Scheduled games not played; rain.
National League New York at Boston.
American League Philadelphia at
Washington, boston at New York.
company, with a capital of $1,000. Ac-
cording to Mr. Guentlier, "the offlcera of
the bank will be Henry Hockberger,
president; Ed Chambers, vice president;
Gus Becher. secretary, and Chrla Guen
SINGLE DAY MORE
(Continued from Pare One.)
!off along the remainder ot
Military writers profena to see, already
the effects of the offensive In the west on
operations over the eastern front. The
Russians are holding the Germans be
fore Dvlnsk and apparently are giving
little ground elsewhere.
No Answer I p to Soon,
PETROGUAD, Oct. 5. (Via London.)
Russia's ultimatum to Bulgaria was not
delivered to Premier Radoslavoft until 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon. This atate-
,acnt WRS mude officially ner today.
The foreign office at noon today stated
that no answer had been received from
Bulgaria to the ultimatum.
It la not expected by the foreign office
that ultimata will be presented by Rus-
Russia did not Insist upon demobilisa
tion by Bulgaria, but It la expected that
If thla la not done at once Bulgaria will
gradually reduce Its army to a pence
footing in case its reply Is favorable to j
The Russian minister at Sofia may re-
main there indefinitely as a private cltl -
zen, owing to illness, even, should dlpio-
matic relations be severed.
Previous advices from retrograd were
that the Russian ultimatum had been do-
Ilvered on Sunday and that the twenty-1
four-hour limit In which a reply was de-
j manded expired yesterday. As this per od
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Young Man Killed
in an Automobile
Upset Near Tabor
SIDNET, la.. Oct 6. (Special Tele-
gram.) Jesse O. Morrison was killed I
ahout o'clock last night in an automo-)
blle accident near Tabor. H. A. Bettis, ;
l,ob Thomas and Albert and Oscar Lacy j
of Sidney, In company with young Mor-
ri8on' were returning from Omaha In i i
liob Thomas' car. Going down a tilU (
four miles north of Tabor they attempted
to pasa another car and ran 'into a
ditch. A wheel was smashed and the Chicago will be second. He declared
automobile turned over. Morrison was that Nebraska deserves credit for Mayor
caught underneath the back seat and : Thompson's prominence and importance,
died in two hours of Injuries to his.es the latter lived in thla atate fur. five
head and spine. I years.
Albert Lacy sustained a broken leg. i Mayor Thompson aatd he had punched
The others escaped with minor Injuries. .
I Morrison was 21 years of age and his
home was In Stanford, Pla., where he
I held nositlon In a hfuik. He waa hers
on v110" vlnltlng his cousins. Law-
Mnna unit T1 T. 1 rkrrrl tisirt Tt a st m m
tlnt vls,t to the north- ,rhe Prty left
MT to attend the ."Billy" Sunday
meetings In Omaha.
it. bcoii or vvesiooro, aio., wno was
driving the other car, administered first
aid to the injured ana took them to
STATE GETS CONTINUANCE
OF THE O'CONNOR CASE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct fi (Special.) The state
has secured a continuance In the dlspo-
eition of the conteats arising over the
estate of John O'Connor and Louis Kel
ler In Adams county, to which the state
has laid claim. The O'Connor ea'ate la
va'ued at tioo.ooo and the Keller at 111 001.
Deputy Attorney General Barre t at
nded th nin "'n Adam.
county court and succeeded In having the
hear'.nga in the estate go over until the
next term of district court.
MAN SIX TIMES SENTENCED
TO "c HANGED BREAKS JAIL,
MONTGOMERT. Ala Oct. I. Irvin j
Pope, a negro, six times sentenced to
death and each tims saved from the gat
los by the supremo court or by exe
cutive clemency, has escaped from the
state mines In Shelby county. Pope waa
arrested six yeara ago on a charge of
killing James McLurkln. a farmer. He
( haa always maintained his innocence.
HE fcEVT FCf?
the ladies -
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BROWNS YICTORS IN
ST. LOUIS BATTLE
Defeat Cardinals in Opening Game
of Exciting Series in the
Mound City. '
THREE TO TWO IS THE SCORE
ST. LOUIS. Oct.
tlonitU in the opening game of the fall
serks today, S to 1 In the third Inning ,
Pratt scored , for the American) on
Walker's Finnic. In the fifth fhotton '
scored on Blsler'a sacrifice and the final I
tally for the Americana waa made In ;
the seventh, when Shotton made home
on an Infield hit by Slslor. Score: It-H.E. ,
Americans ..0 0101010 0 .1 2 1
Nationals ....0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 02 8 1
Hnttcrhs: Wcllman and Agnew; loak
and Snyder. Umpires: Ktason and lldde
brand. Mary Putney Wins
LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct. 6.-Msry Put
ney won the Kentucky futurity for
j 3-year-olds at the Grand circuit meeting
here today. Humfast was second and
I Colorado Range, third. Best time,
OF CHICAGO HERE
(Continued from Page One.)
tlon. "But while I'm mayor, the law
must be obeyed."
Condemns . War Business.
Condemning America's war business ss
a menace to our Industrial and commer
cial welfare. Mayor William Hule Thomp- I
n 0f Chicago, told almost M0 buainewa
men at the Commercial ciub t noon that
I a "peaceful, buslneae government"
should be sought for the United States,
jtn order to bring peace and prosperity,
Instead of "war prosperity."
"America's prosperity is like the doc-
tor's profession,' declared Mayor Thomp-
son. "Wo ate thriving off the misery
of other nations.
"The war business we are now gettlmr
from Europe is practically all we gTt
'""' mere, ami it is more 01 a menace i
innn Wf. I 'M 1 1 f.f . n niie wn HTB UUMV '
comes, they are keeping at home.
"L. have no doubt but what the Kuro
peo.ii nations are already busily prepar
ing and planning to sidetrack America
industrially, ' after they patch up their
He criticized the muck-raking and
anti-business legislation, which he said
has characterised ths last few years and
haa discouraged and disorganized busl-
"Let us organise a peaceful, business
government and usher In an era of peace
and prosperity. - Let us see what we can
do for bualnesa, instead of seeing what
we can do to business."
In introducing the Chicago mayor,
John L. Kennedy asserted that the day
is coming when Omaha will be first' and
cows with several men now in the cattle
business here when he lived in north
western Nebraska. He said the state is
a wonderful one and paid it and its
citizens a high compliment.
We Chlcagoana regard Omaha as a
I competitor of no mean distinction,
Golden Wedding .
at Weeping Water
WEEPINO WATER, Neb., Oct l
(Special.) Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Davis
celebrated their golden wedding anniver
sary at thla place Monday, October 4. In
the afternoon and evening a reception
waa held at the Davis home, which waa
attended by friends and neighbors of this
vicinity snd by a number of out-of-town
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis were married at
Toledo, Tama county Iowa. In the afll
of 1877 they moved to Nemaha county,
Nebraska,' During ths last forty-four
years they have lived in the vicinity of
Weeping Water, where Mr. Davis has
been In the farming and mercantile
Mr. Davis & 72 years of age and is a
veteran, of the civil war, having served
In Company F, Twenty-eighth Iowa In-
s was born In M-rctr county.
Pennsylvania. Mrs Davis Is C8 years of
I n uu mm wis. u. fcrw. ttm ivuuLf.
. Ohio .
rive of the sis living children of Mr.
and Mrs. Davis were present at the ce ti
tration. They were as follows: Scott
W. of Mtnatare, Neb ; Cora G. Badgley
ot Blue Springs. Neb.; Clara N. Morse
of Weeping Water, Gregg O. of Gtsnos,
Neb., and DUle A. Evans of Vale, S. D.
I WAb IM THE
bOI THOUGHT I
VOULD DROP IN.'
PREMIER OF GREECE
RESIGNS HIS POST
(Continued from rage One.)
sinners connected with the landlnx of
allied troops at Pnlonlkl, the chamber to
dny pnxsed a vote of confidence In the
government. The vote was 142 to 102, wilh
thirteen members not voting.
Premier venirelos accused the opposi
tion press of "sclllnij Its honor to German
propogandlsts." Representatives of the
opposition journals who were In the press
gallery directly In front of the premier
arose and attempted to fllo out In pro
test. They were prevented from leaving
by a crowd which macd behind the
press boxes and were compelled to stand
there, the tarxet of hl'ses and cntcnlls
from the crowded gallery and the floor
of the chamber.
Premier Vcnlreloa won a triumph not
withstanding the mont determined attsc''s
of the opposition which protested u?ntnt
occupation of Greek territory by foreign.
Use The Iiee'a "Swapper" column,
furniture Into cash.
M. K. Kmlth Lea RHP.
1st. 2i. M Tot.
Phelps ...1H5 117 121 ST3
Diets S7 N M 2
Hargadlne. M 1-1 Hi 811
Larson ....l' 141 118 8iil
Florkee ...131 171 140 44i
Handicap . 12 12 12 80
Totals ...676 GT.6 67 1M
lRt. 2d. 81. Tot.
Parker ....104 12 114 S'il
Sonde l.iS 12 11i 8- 1
Mnsllko ...IS 5 130 l"t 41
Handicap . 27 27 ttl
Totals Kfi m 1iJ93
1st. lid. ad. Tot.
Taul 91 14 lM M
U.asgow ..17s it0 1HA Kilt
Carr 122 113 97 a2
Johnston ..17 1' 4 4 :
Klikham ..138 132 1.2 82
Totals ...T1 633 704 19.S8
Int. 2l. 8.1. Tot.
Corvtney 12. lo5 ! 328
Harhlerl ..ia 12't 121 371)
McDoiigal 124 162 116 42
Graham ..126 14o'l."i( 42
Muuk 227 106 143 4Ju
Totals.. "34 645 628 2007
1st. 2.1. 3d. Tot.
Dee 122 1 24 95 341
Leach 113 137 102 307
Wilson ....Hi i: liO 424
Swanson ..176 130 17 413
Westerg. .142 lit) 1K4 472
Totals ...701 641 T 3iil4
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot
Sutton 07 104 97 208
Bigford ... Hi 14 107 SKI
Clements ..118 1H Kfi S:
Procoplo ..12d 67 64 tf
a A4witicu7 iwiiwAJuAA riiuicTotuie ijeGiaraucn 01 inaep
THIS noble founder of die Democratic Part Immortalized himself by writing our Dechrauon of
Independence the document which law the foundations of Free UcA)crnment,not only for our own
beloved land, bur for all the world. His countrymen tvice elected him Iesident and will always
treasure his memory. Jefferson was the most ardent advocate of Universal freedom of his time and
itwas his wisdom and foresight which brought about the Louisiana Purchase. Every drop of his
Virginia blood loved Libert; and because he wanted Americans to be assured of it for all time;
he championed with all his rnighi and main 5 rigQing of ths Qmstimiicaof tfreUnitedlStates,
None of the fathers of the Republic were more far-seeing than he and none knew better than
he that amild brew of barleyfcmalt and hops is truly a temperance irink. Hence, in 1816, he
wrote President Madon:7CaptaIn'MUler is about to settle in this country and establigh brewery.
I wish to gee ting beverage become common! fpffprsnn lived past his 83rd year and all his
life he was a moderate user of light wines and barley brews. It is .unimaginable that were lie
alive to-day he would vote otherwise than NO to proposed tyrannous prohibition laws. Rr 58
years Anheuser-Busch have been brewing the kind of honest barley and hop brews which Jefferson
hoped in his day to see the National beverage of Americans. ExacuV such a beer is BUDWEISER.
Its quality, purity, mildness
tuts uuuy iciuucu uj uicci
VI,itorf k St Louis are courteously
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sksw "bssbbm. . I isj ssssas saa Ju ,, ,.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
jo'jt wait a,
"WETS" CARRY DAY
Mill City and County It Very Nearly
Fills Vote to Retain Saloons
by About 9,400.
CHARGES OF FRAUD ARE MADE
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 6.r Practi
cally complete returns front' yester
day's county option election In Hen
nepin county, which includes Min
neapolis, shows that prohibition was.
defeated by a majority of about 9,400
votes. With only one precinct rutas
lng the count was; ARalnut county
option, 39,337; for county option,
29,934, making a total vote Of 69,271.
In the last state election the county
gave only 61,987 votes, the difference
In the vote showing the Interest
taken in the prohibition fight. Un
der the state laws another county op-1
Van' Horn. 1 94 05 1T
Harr'gton 131 9S 71 ti
Knee ..i.,.M7 K. 107 273
Handicap . 33 83 8J 9
Totals.. Mt M0 DV917K3
CLASSIC COATS.' '
1st Id. M. Tot.
Luttbeg . .. SS 113 122 20
Massey ...V KM 110 fl?4
Camell .... 96 11 106 823
Person ....148 13 142 4i!
liushnell- ,VA 150 161 4l
Totnla..NW 5 641 18;i
1st. 2d. 8d. Tot.
McLuff'ty loS 111 118 823
.. 8 77 li
.m 123' 1M
,.V,t 148 169
,26 25 g
TotaUr...6tt 878 841 1804
and exejuisite flavor have won
uie puuuu uciuouu. ' lis sou; sxceea tiny outer oeer uy muuons or oouies.
Invited to Iwpecc ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST LOUIS, U.S.V -
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Anheuser'DUSCh U or INebr.
Distributors, Omaha, Nebr.
Families Supplied by Q H Hansen, Dealer Phons Douglas 250 '
lion election cannot be held tn this
county for three years.
(hurst of Fraad.
During the day chargea of fraud were
freely made by both aides and much bit
terness waa shown at the polling placea.
Three men were arreated, charged with
violating the corrupt praotlcea . act It
was stated by the police these men were
employes of a brewing company, and that
they were distributing ' "wet" hand Sil'a.
Re.' George B. Saf ford. . head of 1I19
"dry a" organisation, . In commenting on
the vote, said: , ,
Cartrl des for
Your lilfj Game Hunt
T UST aa soon U eame became arArr enough la ma.Vn
J men Critic&l about tneir
community got to tiemanVling Reminjton-UMC. '
Tbo demand for Reminrton-UMC Bit Game Hiiles and
1 Bemington MetaJUo Cartridgea has bjcn growing ever since.
The Iteming ton-UMC Dealer here In thla community Is the man to go to.
ITe knows what's happenin in ths snort Udaf. You'Uknowhlmby the Rtd
( BmU ilark cj Rfio-UAlCind his store is SporUmea's Headquarters.
Sold by yotir horn dealer and 1135
other leading merchant in ' Nebraska .
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Rssalnfts Anss4UM MslaSIk
its way to the top. Tb-day, 7500
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L. il If bw miml
"It now appears that the 'wets' ne
carried the election, but we do not yet
concede It. If If had not been for thej
grossest frauds and Illegal voting thera
would have been no doubt about tne
result We are still In tho Ting, however,
and If we are defeated, 'Shall bide our
' British Monitor foamaared.
TtERMN, Oct. 5 (By Wlreleae to Bny
vllle.) It waa officially announced trklay
that two British monltora had been dam
aged before La Panne by German naval
riflm. xnnHiimen In averv "J
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