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BRINGING UP FATHER
VE WOULD LIKE
to LOOK at some
OP "YOUR NICE
AMERICUS GETS IN
FOR STEALER BOUT
Baltimore Grtppler Comes to Omaha
to Spend Two Day Here Train
ing for Coming Match.
is coarnuENT or victory
Otif Bchenlctn. th Baltimore wrestler
who hu undertaken the tough task of
dumping Jo Btecher at the Lincoln Aud
itorium Thursday night, blew Into Omaha
Monday from Baltimore and will remain
here a couple of day before going to the
capital city for th match.
Schonleln, or Americua aa ha la more
familiarly known, la, of courae, confident
of victory. "If fKeohcr couldn't throw
Btrangler Lewi." aald Americua, "he
can't throw me. Hla quick victory over
Cutler taet July doesn't mean anything
either aa Cutler la no wlxard. I tin aura
I can beat htm."
Americua worked yesterday afternoon
at Tommy DUon'a athletic aohool in the
Paxton block and Omaha wrestling fana
can get a line on the Baltimore mah'a
ability by watching him go through hla
Over ino Omaha mat buga have al
ready algnlfled their Intention of taking
the Merchanta' hotel apeclal to Lincoln
Thursday. Th apeclal will leave over the
Burlington at 1:30 and will arrive In
LInooln at 7;5. It will return Immedi
ately after tha match. Dan Clalnea. per
sonally, la aupervlalng the aale of tickets
at tha Merchanta ao Omahana who wish
to take tha apeclal can purchase their
tickets before leaving.
Ed flmlth. who re fe reed the Btecher
Cutler match In Omaha, ha been selected
to referee the event at Lincoln.
Majors to Shorten
CHICAGO, Oct. M. Long training trtpa
have been abandoned by the Chicago
American league club. President Com
lakey aald today that not - more than
thirty-five daya of preliminary work
prould be mapped out for hla player next
spring. Fifty-six daya were spent In
training last season. It waa reported
that th league aa a whole was disposed
to limit training trips In the future, ao
that no club owners can be charged with
slighting the preparatory work by start
ELLIS AND MARTIN LEAD
IN PRAIRIE PARK WHIST
At the Pralrl Park Whist club's sea-
slon Monday evening. Kills and Martin
playing North and South, accumulated
a nloe surplus and wear the club's high
core button for th week. Chamber
and Btebbln. by careful, consistent play
ing, took high honors. East and West.
NORTH AND SOUTH.
mils and Martin Plus -7
i'reyfua and Bcannell plus S-T
(Buck and tihawcros plus t-T
Abbott and cdrv ...Plu B-7
Hart on and Heynoid BiMnua 1 l-T
Jjfwls and Coxley , Minus 1 1-7
Wedemeyer and King Minus l-T
EAST ANI WE9C.
Chamber and 8tebbtns...i Plus T 1-7
Nelaon and Dunn.
.Plu 1 1-7
Cook and McCnnn
Carleon and PUkler...
Jpffera and Hons
Klater and Bear
Manning and Bruce...
Pin 5 $-7
....Minus 1 -7
....Minus $ M
....Minus 4 5-7
STECHER TRAINING FOR .
MATCH WITH AMERICUS
FREMONT. Neb.. Oct $. (Specials-
Indication point to a larg turnout of
Dodg county fan to e th Btecher-
Americua go at Lincoln Thursday night
A pclal train will be run from Fre
mont to accommodate Stecher' backer
who will go from this part of th coun
try. Steoher I quietly training at hla
horn In Dodg under th direction of
hla brother. Tony. Btecher I confident
of his ability to flop th Baltlmorean In
short order, but la taking no chance
and training to b fit.
RITCHIE wjll NOT MAKE
WEIGHT FCR WHITE MATCH
MILWAUKEE. Wla, Oct.; M-Wlllle
Ritchie, former lightweight champion,
who recently signed an aereement to meet
Charlie Whit of Chicago, at 1 pound,
at $ o'clock on the day of th fight, be
fore a local club some time In November,
now refuse to make th weight, accord
ing to a notice served today by th pro
moter of th state athletic commission.
Th term had been agreed to by White'
manager. Kitchle, it I alleged, prefer to
box at catch weight, which ia not aatla-
factory to White.
Tii the rf.r.
I feel thatl owe tt manufacturer of
Chamberlain' Collo. Cholera and Diar
rhoea Rvmedy a wort! of gratitude.
write Mr. T. N. Wltherall. Go wood.
N. r. "Whn I began taking thl medi
cine I waa in great pain and feeling tcr
rlbly Uk. due to an attack of summer
eomplalist. After taking a do of It
hbd not lug to wait for relief aa it
benefited n.e almost Immediately.'' Ob
tainable every hen. All drti(gkta Ad-rtUntet,t.
1 , HOUbE :
GRAPPLES, TO MEET STECHER IS
TRAILING TN OMAHA.
City Wants to Share
Profits from All
Th city council commute of th' whole,
at Its next regular meeting will consider
the following tentative schedule of rentals
for the Auditorium, the list having been
prepared by Manager Prank:
Convention, $100 per day; dancea, $133
to midnight, or $175 to I a, m.; Industrial
shows, $200 per day, $1,000 per week, or
40 per cent of th receipt! concert,
operas, dramatlo entertainments, lecture!
and similar entertainments, - $300 per
night; publlo meeting where no admis
sion la charged, $100 per day; rehearsals
of singing societies or other musical or
ganisation, $25 for first rehearsal and $15
for each succeeding rehearsal; athletlo
entertainment, SO" per "cent of th re
ceipt. Annabel Douglass
Girl Tennis Champ
Annabel Douglass, senior In th Cen
tral High achool, successfully defended
her title a girt tennt champion of th
school Tuesday afternoon on th Happy
J Hollow courts. She " defeated Virginia
Qreen, a Junior girl, winner of the fall
tournament. The acor wa 4-S, T-5, t-t.
Mis Douglas originally won th till
last spring, fih la a daughter of Bev, A.
C. Douglas, pastor of th First United
Presbyterian church, and. live at 1915
Ptnkney street. Mis Green, thl fall'
challenger for th girl', title. It a daugh
ter of Mr. II.- U Beard, 482 California
FARMER BURNS TALKS TO
ALL SAINTS ATHLETIC CLUB
Farmer Burn, th well-known wrestler,
visited th All Balnt . Athletlo club on
Monday evening, during th regular meet-'
Ing, and gav th boy a splendid talk on
manly sports. He told th story of hi
life, and said h owed his success to
tempers! habit of life and conduct. II
never used tobacco or liquor of any kind,
la a memtoer In good standing In the
Roman Cathollo church, and he advUed
th boys to attend some church, to avoid
swearing and indecent language, to cut
out cigarettes, avoid pool halls and pub
lic dancea and to llv a clean, manly
life. He wa listened to with cloae at
tention and after watching th boy in
their (port, he wa given a vol ot
thank for hi interesting talk. Th club
meet every Monday evening In the
Wattle' Memorial pariah hous of All
Saint's church. Mr. U. W. Wattle I
honorary president and Mr. Morley Young
BAND AT LINCOLN TO T
WELCOME OMAHA MAT FANS
When th Omaha wrestling fana go to
Lincoln, Thursday night, to beoome spec
tators at th wrestling matoh they are
going to b given a nolay welcome. Th
Omaha fana have chartered a special
train over th Burlington, reaching IJn
coln at about VJO o'clock In th evening.
At the depot the Omaha crowd will be
met by a band. Th Omahana will fall In
behind It and march uptown.
Win Prtaeetoa Title,
PRINCETON, N. J., Oct. M.-8. David
on tnduy won th Princeton golf chain
plonahlp and the prealdent'a run by d
tettug W. A. Lowrte. 6 up and t to play,
In th filial round. IWrrun tied th lew
aoor In th dluiualirying round of the
recent champlouahlp toumamvul at De
troit. .Apartment, flat, houaea and cottage
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Be -For Rent-
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Cady and Coombi in Box for Battle
of the All-Stan at
ALEXANDER LIVENS 'EM UP
COLUMBUS, Neb., Oct. 8. (Special
Telegram.) All the. bualneaa houses wer
closed this afternoon to see tha base
ball gam between the American league
and National league players. The game
brought about S.OuO people, mostly all
live fana, to this city.
The batteries were: For the American
league, Harper of Washington, pitcher,
and Cady of Boston, catcher; for tho
National league. Coomb of Brooklyn,
pitcher, and McCarthy catcher.
The gam waa a very kulot and unin
teresting affair until the eight Inning,
when Alexander was substituted for
Coombs. Alexander showed some of hi
best pitching, which waa well appreciated
by th fana. Klve home runs were made
by the American league and one by the
The game waa tied In the eighth Inning
and It took eleven Inning to win. Th
gam wa won by Cady, who broke th
tie with a home run. Moses Justu of
Columbus and YA Luclnskl of Piatt
Canter umpired th gam. Th oor by
Innings: R.H.B. '
Americnn 1 0 0 Z 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 7 9 1
Nationals 0400100100 04 6 0
At Coursing Meet
Held at Beatrice
J9EATRICE, Neb., Oct. .-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Th second annual coursing meet
opened at th driving park today with
an entry of 133 hound from many T Inta
In th United State. Kd Neave of Chi
cago I Judge and O. L. Uf of thl city
U slipper. .
The preliminaries in the Aberdeen cup
and derby stake were run thl after
noon. Th dog making th highest score
In the 'Aberdeen cup state were Dixie
Kid, Jr.,; Mr. Cannnn, Duclle Clare, Joe
Clair, Lady Bug, Fairest Flower, Night
time, Art' Best, Irish Linen, Rlght-o-Way,
Thread of Fire, Bob Outre, Dust
ing, Lonesome Pine, Time's Flying, Lone
The dog making th highest scores in
the Beatrice derby were: Captain Tar-
ton, Nelva Neveraettle, Ileal Rough, Myra
Neveraettle, Qlrl Scout, Autumn Leave,
Mabel Clair, Duaty Road a. Perfeot Lady,
Boy Scout, Blasle Iisy, Cllpatone, Sleepy
Kate, Lea Man, The Conquer, Turn-o-Slde,
Th final In the atake will be run
Miss Owen Again
NOW YORK. Oct. 16. Ml Marguerite
B. Owen of New York ha again won
th world' championship aa a typewriter
operator and the $1,000 trophy which goea
with the title. In a contest here yester
day Mis Owen maintained for an hour
an averag of 13$ word a minute. Her
previous record wa la word a minute.
William ' E. Oswald ot New York won
th amateur half-hour contest with an
averag of 137 word a minute. Mia
Horten Stollmlu won In th novice
claa by writing an averag of 114 word
for fifteen minute.
BRIEF PERIOD OF RAIN .
r K T
PREDICTED THIS WEEK NEW YORK- -Tn VnlttA
WAJ,n J"?- "-.tnistate Steel corporation today declared
nr-7H- JZi , """"'""jit
v. . i " n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a tuiiiur-
row In th mlddl west Issued by the
weather bureau today la:
Plain statea and upper Mississippi val
ley: Rain Wednesday or Thursday In
northwest, extending Thursday night and
Friday into central plain states ani
upper Miaslaalppl valley followed again
by fair weather Punday. Temperature
will rl early in th week and should
again fall Friday or Saturday, but no
unusually low temperature are expected.
M ill Hrtira to A trail.
SHENANDOAH, la.. Oct. -(Special.)
Anxlou to return to her native land
where she wa wooed and won by an
Iowa aallor lad, three yeare ago, Mr.
Wlllard Clark will again be made happy
when she and Mr. Clark sail November
! for Australia. The huBb.nd 1. having
a sale and will disconnect hlmaelf with
th. i,.i.r. f hi.
H. Clark, and hi brother at Farragut.
i. t .v,- ...n... " i
- , . w . . . u I VUllllncllt
to llv on a farm thirteen miles from
Sydney among th relative and girlhood
friend ot hla wlf.
t'naerhea for Three Year.
A grateful sufferer writes: "Your
medicine, Ir. King' New DUcoveiy.
cured my cough of three year" stand-
tng." 60c. AU druggist. Advertisement.
Tkrt 1)1 la Aato Arcldeat.
MARIOV, Ind.. Oct. St. Flick Me.
II wain. Mr. Orte Allen and Mr. Ai r
Wilson of Marion wer killed at Gas
City near ber late today when th auto
mobile In which they were riding wa
truck by a awttea engine at a CToaalng.
FLAT tjT v Before. I CM I j
Crisis in Greece is
ATHENS, Oct. .-(Vla London.)
Another cabinet criiila has toeen narrowly
averted. During a debate In the Cham
ber of Deputies, a difference of opinion
developed between Stephen Dragoumls,
minister of finance, and Eleutherlo Vent
elos, former premier and leader of the
majority party. The debate was on the
subject of Turkish properties In Mace
donia which were confiscated after th
Balkan war. Heated remark were ex
changed and there wa constant Inter
ruption from the government aide.
M. Venlselo tartly reminded th gov
ernment that It control of th chamber
depended entirely on the vote of hi
party. The chamber wa thrown, Into
confusion and the sitting was suspended.
Tho cabinet assembled hastily and a
a result of It consultation M. Dragou
mls made conciliatory explanattona which
brought about a settlement of the dis
pute. Crowd in Theater
Takes Bomb for Bit
of Stage Realism
NEW YORK, Oct. A polbl acci
dent In a London theater during th last
Zeppelin raid wa averted through the
audience mistaking the explosion ot a
bomb dropped nearby for a bit of stage
realism, according to Colin A. Cockburn
of Toronto, Ont., who arrived today on
tha steamer Tuscanta, from. Liverpool.
Mr.' Cockburn wa In a theater on the
night of October IS. He said a Zeppelin
'bomb exploded closo to th theater,
but an automobile on the stage had Just
been cranked and the audience thought
It wa a cleverly arranged backfire of
the motor. Laugh greeted the explosion
and the audience remained Ignorant of
the air raid until the close of the play.
Lieutenant A. B. Ford ot Cambridge,
England, another arrival, said he waa
here to inspect American aerial appli
ance. Villa Confiscates
Big Smelting Plant
EL PASO, Tex., Oct .-Confic,tlon
of the Chihuahua plant of the American
Smelting and Refining company by the
Villa Stato government of Chihuahua was
announced today by C. L. Baker, legal
representative of the corporation.
".There are 1,000 ton of fuel at th
plant," said Baker. "My advice are that
the Villa government Is operating or 1
a be 'it to operate the plant."
Recently General Villa dented that he
had ordered the mclter or any other for
eign owned property confiscated. Gov
ernor Oeneral Avila of Chihuahua state
later announced that he smelter plant had
not been confiscated. v
NEW YORK, Oct. $8. At th main
office of the American Smelting and Re
fining company In thl city it waa stated
that word had been received that the
Villa faction had taken poaseaalon of th
melting plant owned by th company
In Chihuahua for the purpose of reducing
the gold and silver ore acquired by that
faction. It la not believed the Villa fac
tion Intend to eonflacat (th American
Smelting company' property, It wa
Show Big Gain
regular quarterly dividend of l per
cent on the preferred stock. No action
waa taken on th common stock dividend.
Total earnings ot the corporation for
th quarter ot 1SH6 waa HS.C 10,644. Th
l net Income wa $30,04S,791. Th aurplu
for the quarter waa $11,037,141.
The return compar with total earn
ing at th end of the preceding quarter
of K.7.960,OG6; net Income, ,J0,111,6S4, and
a surplus of tS.KT.S4S.
Balance of Trade
Makes Further Gain
WASHINGTON. Oct. i.-New record
for weekly export and weekly trad bal
anoe wer made last week. Th Depart-
nn .of "rTVl
, v., u . . a-xtnrwxv
:wer M.T77.0U. which I about t2S.0CO.00l)
""" "l". "y PioU' I? . " "dB '
favorabl trade balanc waa 70.9,K,
or about llOuO.OOO larger than the pre
G0MPERS DISCUSSES LABOR
I AWS WITH WILSON
WASHINGTON. Oct. 26. Samuel Gora
per. president of th American Federa
tion of Labor, talked with President WU
on today In advocacy of legislation to
be proposed in congr next winter by
friend ot th labor movement. Mr. Oora
Pr urged th importance of Industrial
education, vocational training and general
legislation for conaervatlon of hum en
ergy and Ufa.
Rotter of Official! Re-elected and
New Board of Directors it
CLOSER CO-OPERATION IS SOUGHT
At the annual meeting of tho Asso
ciated Charities of Omaha and South
Omaha, held yesterday afternoon, E.
W. Dixon. Charles T. Kountze, Dr.
Ira W. Porter, Robert T. Burns and
Mrs. Draper smith were re-elected
president, first vice president, second
vice president, treasurer and secre
New director elected were: General
George H. Harries. Dr. Robert Retzer,
Dr. Harold Clifford. XJ. M. Leldy. Frank
Berkley, E. F. Denlson, J. A. C. Kennedy,
Rev. E. II. Jenk. Rev. Tltu Lowe, Rev.
L. B. Holaapple, F. A. Brogan and A.
New Executive Committee.
Th following exeoutlve committee was
announced: E. W. Dixon, Dr. Ira W.
Porter. Robert T. Burn. C. T. Kountxe,
W. Famam Smith, C. C. George, Rabbi
Frederick Cohn, Mr. Draper Smith,
Henry Doorley, Byron Clow, Rev. James
Stenaon, Frank Burkley, Paul 8. Mc
Aulay, Randall K. Brown and Dr. Rob
Mr. N. H. Nelson raised the question
whether an unreasonable portion of the
receipts are being expended for admin
istrative work, but the consensu of
opinion wa that wisely administered
charity require the service of capable
A meeting to be held soon at the Com
mercial club will be devoted to consid
eration of closer co-operation between
th Associated Charities, charities com
mittee of the Commercial club and other
organisations of the city.
Report for Year.
Mr. George W. Doane, general sec
retary, submitted the following report
for the year ending September 15:
Different families under care for the
year, M6; families under care for the
year counting duplicates per month,
I.MT; not previously known to the Asso
ciated Charities. 1.666: recurrent from
last year. 938.
Personal Service Visit on or In behalf
of applicants, S.688; letter written, 2.636;
investigations made on request ot other
cities, 131; interviews In office, 6,606.
Treatment Transportation, 33; legal aid,
SI; medical aid, 356; employment, perma
nent. Si: employment, temporary, 640;
meal given, 731; lodging given, 844;
clothing glvan, H.784.
PARTLY 6URNED SHIP !
IS TOWED INTO PORT
NEW YORK. Oct . The Maritime
exchange today received word that the
steamer Colorado, which yesterday waa
rtported off Cape Romaln, ha been
towed to Charleston by tugs. The cap
tain and crew were taken off their burn
ing ship by the Suwanee, when It seemed
a - if th Colorado, which waa heavily
laden with cotton, would be destroy d
by th fir.
PROF. J- HENRY KAPPES.
AUTHORITY ON MUSIC, DEAD
CHICAGO. Oct. .-Prof. J. Henry
K op pes, an authority on music, died at
th home of a aon In Evanston, a suburb,
laat night, at the age of 91 year. Prof.
Kappe waa born in Worms, Germans.
H wa a protege of Felix Mendelssohn
and was intimately associated' with many
Suits for Men
Dependable because of
right fitting, wearing and
shape holding qualities.
You will find our Ken
sington and Society Brand
suits possess those three
features to a marked de
gree. On your way to lunch
today try on one of the
coats. It will please you.
$20 to $40
SOCIETY Brand SUITS
$25 and $30
413 South 16th St.
The Bee by George McManus
(l MEYER .V
For the Protection
City Commissioner Jardlne and Hum
mel, Structural Engineer Brown of the
city building department and contractor
erecting buildings at Fifteenth and Six
teenth and Farnam street yesterday
agreed that seven-foot covered passage
way for pedes trains passing these struc
ture would serve the best interest of
Thl matter wa brought to the atten
tion of the city council by business men
directly south and east of the Rose build
ing at Sixteenth and Farnam streets,
their contentions being that the 'closing
of the sidewalk seriously effects their
business. They further contended that
th contractor are not observing the
These passageways will be placed just
outside of the curb line. Engineer
Brown and the contractor convinced the
city commissioner that aa a safety-first
proposition it would be unwise to place
the walk Inside the curb line, because
of the possible dangers of falling ma
terial. "Our building law give the city build
ing department discretionary power in
a matter ot this kind. It is obvlou that
when a heavy piece of material fall It
is more likely to fall inside than outside
of the sidewalk line," asserted Mr.
Expressing himself further on the situa
tion, he said: "I would not be a party
to allowing these covered walk Inside of
the sidewalk line. Human line 1 of more
Each Day Is
16 T! DODGE a
All Departments Throughout This Biff Store join
hands in making a biggest value giving, business getting
October month end sale in the history of this store.
to Be Sold Wednesday
"We are going to make this a special introductory sale
of our Famous Diamond II Brand. Our aim is to get
every housewife in Omaha to give this famous flour
one trial, when we know you will be well pleased and a
permanent user of this famous brand. This flour is
made from No. 1 selected spring wheat; nothing finer
for bread pies or cakes; every sack is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or your money gfo i r
refunded in full. Special introductory Jf mi)
sale price for one day, Wednesday, mj Jf pEK
only ii sack
A Carload of Fancy Yakima. Wash.,
m a a 9
It' a good time to Buy Artple now.
Fruit, a. id retailed everywhere from 93.00 to 3.85 box.
For Wednesday' t.ale, only, per box..
1 OUitllT VKOBTABZ.X H11IZT XST IX WE IT
IS lbs. best Red River Ohio Cook
lng Potatoes to the peck, fnr.lSe
Demand lo lb to th peck, tho
law require it.
11 lb, good Cooking Apple to
the peck, tor ISO
II lb good Eating Apple to thj
4 bunches fresh Radishes. Ueeti,
Carrots or Turnips fto
Fancy Wax or Hiring Dean, per
1 stalk Fresh Celery Ea
2 large Soup Bunches Bo
Fancy Cap Cod Cranberries, per
Fancy Wisconsin Cabbage, for
kraut, per lb lo
Large Market Basket Beet, Car
rot or Tunlp BOO
Fancy Rip Tomato, par lb..l)o
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST
Phone Douglas 1889 and have a case sent home.
You will not be disappointed as you will get an article
of the highest quality.
Healthful, Invigorating and Refreshing.
Save Coupons and Get Free Premium.
Luxus Mercantile Company
value than the convenience of a feF
buolness interest that may suffer
slightly because of building improve
ments. It Is a matter which require
considerable of the possible dangers. Ac
cidents will happen in spite of tha most
careful building methods. Again, it must,
b considered that It Is almost Impossi
ble to erect a covered walk strong enouirh
to withstand the impact of, for instance,
a peice of material weighing 600 pound,
falling 100 feet. The shock is terrific.
It is the purpose of the city building de
partment to protect the public In mat-,
ters of this kind."
Meet at Banquet
The Business Women's club of the
Young Women' Christian association
entertained it member at a banquet
given in the association building, last
evening. About fifty women were present,
and beside the spread, were treated to
Reading, Miss Dora Sass; "Our New
Club," Dr. Nora Falrrhlld; "Our Oppor
tunities," Miss Frahm; "Club Friend
ship," Miss Edna Wilson. There wa a
vocal solo by Miss Laura Peterson. Miss
Plckard spoke in regard to new mem
bers and Mis Odlorne on the club pro
gram. Carpet Aaetlon Open.
NEW YORK, Oct. 88. A carpet auc
tion of 100,000 bales and rolls of rugs and
carpeting opened today and will con
tinue during the week. The bidding- ws
active and prices were within 6 to 7"
per cent of the fall list Cotton goods,
steady; yarns, firm; raw silk advanced
IK cent a pound. . .
Bargain Day at
Sacks of Flown
This car I Fancy
Fresh Beet, carrots or Turnip,
per lb luo
I extra large Green Pepper. .. .So
S bunches Oyster Plant Ba
Fancy Denver Cauliflower, per
t Plo Pumpkin loo
4 bunches Fresh Parsley 10
Oyster guclal Wednesday.
The best bulk solid meat Oysters,
no water added, Wednesday, pe.-
quart , 350
Special Demonstration of Brlder'
Tomato Soap Wednesday .
We will serve all ladle f r-
sample of thl deliciou soup,
and a a apeclal Inducement will
aell all the regular lOo cans, for
,' each TV3
' - Per dosen. 81
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