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A WONDERFUL HEftE FRIDAY ' r r
TVb Change in
St. Louis Team Takes the
Lead in Doubles Event
' ' ' ' . . .
Herman Bruggeman's Single Game of
Sunday Remains High; but Jarrett
and Hauser Pass Doubles Mark.
ST. JOSEPH TEAM COMES SECOND
. lat. 2d. M.Tot.
H. liHmm, Sioux City 1W 117 27 o4
Jul ftchmltt. Bt. Louis Ml IHl 2il (24
T, Sohlapp. St. Louie JH5 214 tit Ui
M. R. K.m'ti.i Bt. Joseph. 14 2IH 2I tt'il
U Waldecker, Bt. Loula... 212 211 ITS ft -5
r;. miner, Bt. Iioula 2.a 177 !
C Lrickson, PL Iul 15 2u6 211 U1
lat. 2d. M.Tot.
R. Jarrett, St. Loula 2Z) 2.T3 174 )
... Mauser. . Bt. Lo4ile VW8 2w) 20O.fi
W. Nadler, Bt. Joseph 1 171 J14 f74
0. Tolman. Bt. Joaaph las 244 li M
iJ. J. Wehrle, ft. Lout)..,. 176 194 15 K4
it. Scheefar, Bt. Louie.... Ill 212 177
C. Vandewater. St. Louis. M 220 1K1 m
. F. 1'tley, BU Loula 181 lij ltd 647
. Cola, Minneapolis 17S I ft) 714 b4
W. Rhea, Minneapolis 177 1 H4
Total i ltf
L. WaldacHar. 8t. l4)Ull....W7 JS W a
f. Pandora. . Loula....... 107 , 1W HI M
; Monday1 bowline brought no chatiffa
Itk the leaderahlp-In tbalnga avanta of
tha ninth annual Mid weal Bowline eon
.Rreaa tournamant now In projroa on
the Farnam alley. II. R. Blnmena of fit.
Joaph rollad tha Mh lnlcvi avrnt am
of tha day with 2L Thla la thirty plua
brhlnd tha record of Herman Brufeaman,
tha l-yerwld Sioux Cty boy, ' who
racked M total. 6lmom landed In
fourth alaca, juat two ptna behind T.
Bchlapp of St. Loula, through hi Mon
Ilraca J arret t, . by rolliiia; . two Rood
rcorf hi tha double and alnglea event
yeatarday, went Into tha lead In the allr
eventa. Jarratta toUl for all-avnnta la
1. H2. Ha rolled 871 In tha team match,
In tha doublea and U In the alnglca.
While Jarrett'a total U good, the genaral
ImpreaaloM ia that It will be aurpartcd
reveral Uroea before the tourney rloaea.
Roll Below A rentae.
The rolling In the alnglaa yreterday waa
very ordinary. Piemen wa the only man
who toppd tha 800 mark. O. Detwtler of
t Loula waa second high with Ui7. and
the remainder of tha acorea were In the
448 or too claaa.
Brar Jarrett and C. Hauaer took the
lead la the double) yesterday by crack
ing tha lumber for a 1.198 count. Thla
mark ahould land tha "show ma" pin
tumblar well up In the doublea money
upfeaa aome extraordinary shooting
rould occur In aubeequent matchee.
Jarrett la lllsfe. '
Jarrett'a total of W0 pulled the averaee
of tha MUaourl team up. Brace plugged
tha wood for 4 In hie flrat game and
233 la hi aeoond. Prosperity waa too
much for him and hta third gome fell to
174. If he bad kept up hi standard he
would have carried the team total past
tha cherished LSOO mark.
W. H. Nadler and a. O. Tolman of fit.
Ioula went Into aeoond place In the
doublea yeaterday. The Joetown lad
marked up a total of l.ltt. Wehrle and
Bchaefer of Bt. Loula, who led the field
I Bunday. dropped back Into third place.
Boorea In tb slnglea yeaterday were
a follows: . ..
II. Blemana, Bt. Joseph.
U. ItwaUler. Bt. Louia
A. Towrnun, 8t. Loula..
Ji. Jarrett. Bt. Louts....
o. Bteln, St. Loula
1st. rd. Id. Tot.
Ill 111 21 631
t 1-4 21-6T
....It") m lil 674
....1 ! 211 5i
...Jul 15 170014
....1M )W Kl 611
V. Hranch. LeMara ..,
V. Webber. leMara.,
H. Hmlth. Bt. Loula...
K. Hyan. BU Loula
K. 'aiahn. Bt Ixiula.,
..7 IK n 43
..vi 1U7 17fc4t
' M IwIfcJl7
! ivi ia i7j,j
J. Pfllnaer, Bt. Loula
y. Bteriiasle, Bt. Loula 11 1,4 161 4i(
W "mZui'& lA litJJ
O. Kbrtcht. Bloux city H4 ih 17s an
Name Town lat. Jd. Id. Tot.
f. Meman, Bloux City... ..If 10 Ixl-f.ll !
J. Hader Bloux city 147 m l6iM
II. Schuuk Bloux City lift in isrtf,7 !
ft rtir::: 12 M
W. Cobb. Bt Joseph.. 171 mi '4-4
. Wadler Bt. Joaaph. ...i7 ho 172 ,v)
J. Wella. Omaha ioi lv
it .vr. o,.h....:.;..:;;ia m gqsr
it Btortevanl. (imsba 11 yi
M ."lmlra. Omaha... .14 1M 14 411
N. Rafrlgler. Omaha iii 1) li.7 411
A. Btora. Oinalia ,...171 144 IV M
A. hoegin. L Mara ll ia lS7-4i.1
f." M"r - M,r !s 1"0 17-44
K Branch. 1 Mara 114 il iw-4uo
- Ko- h, tjmaha... '.ilea lit !V-ei
U. Whliehead. xt. Ixiula " "m i i uZZ
Ik-urea la the douoles were ss follows:
duoi.. .r. n
1st. Id Id. Total.
A. Antaiar .....
F. Tolrniun ....
O. Hbrecbt ....
B. Jajrwtt ....
4'. Iiauaar ....
J- ,a ......
J. I ...
n ,... 4
134 lfK) 1W 474
1M U t?i "T
144 IH m
U 171 11 I i
IKt 1M JTO 6
..Ul 1M 17 6 4
in ra 174 tw
uU iti fes
Jw M H 6-7
U U l
Z-i ZU U ui
W. Webber ,
Val hranch ,
M. Clary ....
U. Pie n
A. l.auinan .
...Wt 148 172 47!) '
'i4 'iii". 'hut
" i&j 17? m
;:' m W
O. Smith j..l! 1HU
(. r.liidcnholm .'...211 lull ltilt Mi
Xame. . ; . lat. rri ..1.1. Tut.
""'"I.!.' Ji2 Jl
Total ...'"'.!. 1,024 bowlers were so well represented and
i. flei!m;n'::::;::::::::::::l!3.ii i4S 6!ut p uch tron b,d for the
L. Vandinteg ...
V. Hranch i.;....
O. Whitehead ...
r. Wehlr .........
If.'. W. . Lure
II. Klanians .....
ill m ,
177 1W HiO 1
202 178 Wi 5 11
......142 U2 174'' 4;
......173- 1 7 123 72
.;;...ic3 m no
1H1 171 214 IH
m 224 i7 m
Women Bowlers to .
Occupy Alleys in
. Midwest iourney
fix team' of Omaha women bowler
ll Itak the alleys In the Slldweat Bowl
ing rongren tuuruamr.i , now be'ng hold
In Omnha tM evening. Thla la fie
first year women ever rompeted' In ' a
Tha Omuha women aie all giod bowlers
nd they ai-a expected to turn In ome
big scores. The teams which will tak
part are Urandels. - Haydtns. Omaha
TowelBupply, A. II. Oweet Shop. Tele
phone Ulrlt and Burgess-Nash company.
SHORT TERM CONTRACTS
FOH THti CUti PLAYERS
CHICAGO, Nov. 12. Short term con
tracts will hereafter be offered player
of the Chicago National league club, It
waa announced today.
It wa said thitt tha officers of the
club had become convinced that the. long
agreement, extending over aeveral aee
sons. give players too much opportunity
rhll Louglaa, a pltther obtained from
Brooklyn a few months aso, signed a
ona year contract today,
Kalraaoat IMlea t s Blsr Score.
FAIRMONT Neb.. Nov. 22.-4 Hpeelal ,
-Fairmont .High echoul duftaU'd Btreng
Hlgh school BaturJay fa to f. ftrann'a
only acorea were made on fouls, tho
vlaijoga heme; shut out without a field
roal. Thla Is the aecnnd game of the
eeaaon. Lett week Fairmont defu.-ilad
i ration 6J to 17.
. For Cupid's Arrows
Three weeks ago. as a matter of dla.
'Mine, Will Harvey, nejro. discolored
the optic of Ella Bheppard. lu cior-
I1" treL ElU U hl" d,,,,,y " theart
UI bight he turned the tablra. Kb.
had a gun. She shot four times. One
f1"1 tln Mlnal hi. akull. oau.l,,.
'he arm. causing him to howl in such
pain that nalghbora turned In a riot call
"tath aw right, Mletah Lawl Dath aw
rlghtl Ah'm even Rtephen wld dat trmin'
hll WM b,n boohed. -Nex" time
dat wufleee hlgh-trowit cum roun" me
..i.. . i .
British Again Seize
I KBW TORK, Nov. -The aeliur of
unlimn crulMr reported to the
. American Trana-Atlantlu Co. todav k
I, . ... - .. M... V, . . .
"'- . um iimainuseeu, rrora alt
Luola, British West Ind'es. Captain
Bssmussen. la a cable dispatch, said that
the Oeneoae, which cleared front Nor
folk October 14. with a cargo of coal tor
Montevideo, was taken to Bt. Lucia by a
prtae crew from the cruiser
The Qennoeo Is owned oy tna earn
ooiupaay that owns the Hocking, seised
by a British cruiser and taken Into Hali
fax recamUy. ,
Tha Qcnearei kf on the brffc. list of
ettaxnar IhUila to selsure. 1
Copyright. 191S, international
New Service. Registered li.
H. Patent Office
ST. LOUIS G I YE N
.'lound City Captures 1916 Tourney
and Promiies to Enter Hundred
Teams on Allevs Then. ,
PRESIDENT STROTZ EE-ELECTED
Jack DsaJela, It. Touls
2alao Cafe, fee Mar
Alpan Braaa, Bt, Louis
Washtnctsns, St. X,oois
TaJataffa, . X.oui
St, Ioola tpeolala. Bt. Lout
. . 8.704
Dupont Powflar Co Bt. XiOula .
riata, Mlnneapolla 8,830
St. Louts wa choaon as the place
for holding the 116 tournament of
1 the Midwest Dowllng association, and
th chlef officers were reflected, at
the nnu,Ll Pieetlnit of the assocla-
tlon, held Sunday t the Farnam
alleys, where the big bowling tourney
la belnsr rolled.
. " . .
ina cnoice or bt. louis tor tne
next tournament was done'after little
for the down-river
.Honor or entertaining tho next tourn-
ment, that Lincoln, the only other
bidder, was hardly In the race at all.
Wll Knter Ilandreel Trana,
The Bt. . Loula bowler were on hand
fifty atrong, and by way., of clinching
thdr' claim to the next tournament, they
guaranteed to enter 100 Bt Louis teams
next year. That will certainly make
"some" tourney, the bowler agreed and
voted to go to Bt. Loula after they had
heard the Bt. Louis representative 'talk.
11. C. Menne. prealdent of the Bt. Louis
Bowling association and city treasurer of
that city, wa the big gun for that dele
gation. In. landing the 1911 tournament.
He was also elected first Tlce-pres'.dent
of tha association. ,
Will lie Lrsrstf Mleya.
As . Lincoln wa the oniy other city
after the next convention, It waa goner
ally -agreed that that city would be able
to have the tournament come there the
ear . after, In 1917. In spite of being
overwhelmed thl time, Lincoln put up
a strong bid By vote of the association,
the board of directors were authorised to
uee eight Instead of alx alleys In future
tournaments, because of the large list
Following 1 the list of officer and
executive committee elected:
President. Oeorge V. Stroll, pes Moines.
Becre ary. Qeorae C Lowe. Kinni riiv
Troasuier. II. B. Farley, Kantaa City.
First vioa president, II. C. Menn, St.
Becond vice-president, C. IS, 111,
Third vice-president. Charlie Terrtll.
Kourtb vice-president, D. D. Neblctt.
Maruhalltown, 1 a.
bxucutlve committee Morris Clary
Ft. Louis; C. U. WlUla. Bt Iouls; Ned
Btermigl, Eart ft. Loula: c. .1. Tain.
Omaha; W. 11. Mualck. Frorla; O. M. C.
t.brecht. Bloux City: Oeors Tollman,
Bt Joaeph; Otto Hemke, IJncoln: J. rori,
Fort Oodge: I.. J. Mackln. lubmiue: L
It. Hammond, Fremont: B. Boblenkl,
Mason City; Jimmy Iolan, Minneapolis;
Henry I'atteraon, 8t. Faul; F. L. Tralnor
eioux Falla; Frank Hrugaeman. Burling
ton; Henry Hchanwetier. Mlirliell, B. ii j
L. Van ! Bteg, I t Mar; Kred McConkie.
Ccdai Itaplda. Chealr Weekes, Umaha
Ueoigo Zimmerman. Omaha.
Matchre llotir I'omoa.eal.
Although !ast nlghfi rivo-man team
matchea at the Farnam alloy were In
tereattng and hotly contested, none of the
scores approached the high lead of 1.760
chalked up he night before by the Jnck
Daniels quintet of Bt. Loula. which still
hold the lead.
The Palace Cf five of LeMara came
the cloeeat to the leaders, making a tout
of 1.704. The Alpen Brau team of Bl.
lxul, lart year's champs, aoored only
2,tK. so will have to go some If they re
tain their title tMe year.
Four Omaha teams that bowled- laat
night, tailed to got Into the claaa of tb
leader among the visiting "team. Fol
lowing were laat night five-man team
FALACB CAFK. LKMARfl, IA.
., . 2d id Totsl.
F. Itrauob. n? 1M i m
I? .yaiideallg IM isj 19J jt)
V. W eoer i(k. lAa ifu k
F- Wain u:i 17.1 141
. Kraucn 230 34 JtO 14
T. Blernasle ..
91S M 9.1 1.704
. BT. LOfla Champ'onsl
1 1st 2d Id Total.
SKI 11 1 64T
If. l!t 214 631
Mi 1.7 16 4i7
14'i 1SS 1M) fc..
1 212 12 M
I'M fcU SIT
WASHINGTON 8, 8T. LOl'18
w .. ,'" :d Total.
M. D. Cleary 21S '7 1'4 17
H. Bmith I J i; 4;
O. Ietweller 17J lit ' IS , 4J.J
A. Iuinan... 1M 149 1 S 4 7
O. Bieln. Jr 177 . 241 li 679
Totala 87 911 ! 1 6d!
CLEVKH CLOTHES SHOP. SIOUX CITT
. 1st. Id Id. Total.
J. Coughlln 11 172 1,9 (14
F. Kelley L'l 1 Lt 43
F. Nientan iA 1M 447
O. llngman 1" Hit l7 boi
C. Ferklixs 174) 171 14 kit
Total Ml 84 S3 S.M2
.APEX FIVE, bt JOSEP1L
1st. 1.1 Id. Tetet.
H. Btomana. n IW lT 6U
W M . 14 ' 9
' 4VVV' v a . -r
14 . ri 4.M
TIIH P.HK: OMAHA, Tl'KSDAY, NDVKMHKK -2?,. WW
TRAINING HARD FOR TURKEY
DAY MAT CONTEST.
1 Ir . - 8?c. I
-' ... 'i-y . ,
O. Totman. S0 172 . IN 648
Totals g. 7S 869 .2,633
NIAGARAS. BlOUX C1TV.
let. Id. id. Total.
II. Bchlunk.. 12.4 1.H3 131 14
K. Hrug:erman 17 161 1K1 tV
(. Kbrecht 1IU 13S 165 4h
W. McOermott 141 167 144 44
A. Amslsr.. 141 167 212 (II
Totals 7S2 731 Ml t.l&l
BOBBV ROBERTSON S JNC, OMAHA.
1st. Id. M. Total.
Causfclun 14t 147 1 41
Knapp ig 1:4 11 4't
Mllek ill- 1:4 , Its 121
Hushman 1M lw lis 411
Morton 201 1 1S 67
Total m 761 ri 1.475
SOUTH OMAHA MRRCHANT9.
lat 1 1. M. Total.
J. F. McDonnell 18 T4 IW 4M
Haul Chaal 127 161 1" 414
William Hancock.. 167 13 169 442
A. J. Korh 11 12 W fO
Ben Hull m . 1" 173 (U
Totals 812 ?4 817 2.401
let. 2d. Id. Total.
R. Bperry 141 IS 141 444
F. Carey W 14 111
Oeorgo Graham.... HO 11 '3 0
,'ohn Munroe .. 12 140 4
Tom Reynolds 164 21 1M Wl
Total '"0 7 ' 719 1.W4
lt. 2d. Sd. Total.
Hutchison 1S7 171. 161 40
Holmes 12 Vd 102 831
Duff M Krt 108 M
Zlinmor .., 10s 148 lr4
Rliodes 140 111 171 43
Totals.' 84 'CI b 1.918
Timid Clerk Thought
He'd Foiled Stickup
"Oh. no, eld boy: you ain't going to
stick tills bird up! I'm too wise for you!"
exclaimed Fred Birneman, t'nion Pacific
clerk, who lives at the Toung Men's
Christian association dormitory, last nlht
when he saw a man with a handkerchief
tied around his fare and atanding near
Twenty-ninth and Harney. He fled aa
fast as his lega would carry him to the
nearest telephone and called the police.
The dragnet, hurriedly set resulted In
the rapture of the would-be "highway-
Isnan." It was W. A. MscKillop. repre
Isentative of the A. B. Dlok eompany of
I Chicago, who lives at 4 South Twenty
' "Sure, I'm the highwayman." laughed
'MarKtTlop. "I bad the handkerchief tied
around my neck because I was chilled
and am subject to colds. I wondered at
that guy when he ran away from tna so
suddenly. Thla is a good joke."
, The polloe laughed over U. toe.
EMPRESS OF JAPAN IS
IN PERFECT HEALTH
TOKIO. Nor. 22. In rlew of aUrmlM
ramors which have bsan tn elrcularlon
eonoarnlng the anipreaa. a nml-otncuU
tatcnent was Issued today aaaertlng; aha
la Inj prftct health.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
WOMEN AND LITTLE
Great Number of Helpless Accom
pany Serb Forcea Retreating;
ITALIAN LOSSES APPALLING
BERLIN, Nov. JJ.i (By wireless
to Sayvllle.) Discussing the situa
tion in the Balkans, the Overseas
News agency says:
"The defeated Serbian army drags
slowly along over the enowcovered
mountain trails, accompanied by a
large number of women, children and
aged persons. The Serbians already
have crossed the Montenegrin
frontier, but inasmuch as Montenegro
already is suffering from lack of
food, it is extremely difficult to care
for the newcomers.' Frequently
Montenegrin patrols approach the
Austrian vanguard sentries and beg
Retorn aa Desert era.
"On account of these conditions, In
creasing numbers of Serbians are return
ing aa deserters Into old Serbia, which
la now completely In the hands of the
"Special reports from the front say
that the number of Serbian prisoners
taken last week, was 24.0CO and that the
Berblana lost more than 000 cannon.
' "Meanwhile Austrian and German
TJVJT -d TXJf
. . trn v 6TiT 7
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I 1 T"-.-;-.'.
rVrWNltlfc WORLD OVER jlJ;
DO you realize that $5
invested in a Gillette
Safety Razor for a Son, Hus
bind or Brother this Christmas
will insure his shaving com
fort and save him forty to
sixty dollars every year?
Christmiis Gillettes now
in the stores $5 to $50
Aleut tlx nicest "ttitb gift" Ur tU Cillettt Uur U m pmclet BlaittSQe. r $1
GIIJLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO, BOSTON
CRANU rUZE-HIGUST AWAJm-Panama-Paclile ExpoaiUoa
troops are marching through the Panjak.
"Apparently heavy cannon and ammu
nition already have arrived at the Oallt
poll peninsula for reinforcement of the
Turkish artillery. In this connection
I Interest attaches to the recent speech In
the house of commons of A. Bonar Law,
British secretary for the colonies, who
was preparing publto opinion for evacu
ation of the Galllpoll peninsula In the
near future. Field Marahal Kitchener
I to decide to what part of the world the
Dardanelles army shall be transferred.
It probably will be aent to SalonlkL
Italy Rejeeta Appeal.
"No one expects Italy to give assist
ance to the entente troop In Macedonia.
Field Marahal Kitchener, himself, made
an effort In Rome to obtain a promise of
troop, at least for Egypt, 1n rase Eng
land ahould be obliged to send reinforce
ment to India and southern Persia for
her army In Egypt.
'"The Italian losses on the Isonso front
have been appalling. If attempts to con
quer Gorilla once mors fall. Italian publlo
opinion will not consent under any clr
cumatancea to the use of Italian troop
outside of Italy In order to help England
out of her embarrassment after her
failure at the Dardanelles and In Serbia."
MEXICAN GENERAL KILLS
ANOTHER IN DANCE HALL
EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 22. General Pablo
Scauzes shot and killed General Pablo
Luna and an unnamed corporal tonight In
a dance resort of Juarez. The shooting
waa the result of a personal quarrel. It
. Kent Restlnsr Eaatly.
8AN RAFAF.L, Cel.. Nov. 22-Conrre-man
William Kent, who waa operated on
last nlRht for appendicitis at a hospital
here, waa reported by his physicians to
night to be resting easily and "In as good
condition as could be expected."
J smssgtr:. ,
Charles Ward, Nejro, Kills Bride of
Two Weeks and Then Ends
His Own Life.
HIS WIFE RECENT DIVORCEE
Strenuous love resulted In a double
tragedy early last night when Charles
Ward, former Union Pacific dining car
chef, shot and kilted his bride of two
weeks and then ended his own life. The
hooting occurred In their, .rooms at 118
North Eleventh street, a few feet away
from central polloe headquarters. Both
The shooting was heard by the police,
but by the time surgeon arrived . both
Neighbors said that Vvard threatened
to kill the woman three weeks ngo un
less she married him. He did stnb her,
but not seriously, and a dv or two after
wards they were married.
AI Stewart, barber In tho "1,11 MI--soory"
shop. Twelfth and HodRn, Is a
former husband of tho rtend womm. Mo
said that her marriage to Ward occurred
four days before her decree of divorce
Police could not lesrn the cause of tho
shooting. Ward had an unsovprnab'o
temper when " drinking, the police rny.
and It la thought that the act was one.
of drunken Impulse rather than one of
meditation. Saturday the couple waa
seen on the street together
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