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BRINGING UP FATHER
VtXKf LATE -
YOU AND WHY
PEACE HERE TODAY
IN BASEBALL WAR
riDihing Touches, It Ii Believed,
Will Be Added at Cincinnati
.WEEGHMAN GETS THE CUBS
CinCAGO, Ic aO.-Confldent that tho
mm ball war is prartkally at an end,
with only minor mattrra eimy of adjunt
mnnt to be arranxod, Irndcrs of the fight
Wt tonight to attend the peace meeting
at Cincinnati tomorrow. In the party
were President Johnnon. Charlea Wergh
mn and Treaident Chlvlngton of the
American aflaoclation. Each said peace
Mr. Johnaon declined to aay definitely
whether delay In the withdrawal of the
Federal league suit would' hold up the
peace pact being announced as altrncd.
At Cincinnati the National rommlaslon,
defendant In the milt, will conault At
torney George Williams of Bt. Louis, one
ef Organised Pane Hall's counsel. To
the absence of Keen Addlngton, the Fed
eral league attorney, was attributed tho
failure of the third league to withdraw
the suit as expected today.
Mr. Weeghman confirmed reports that
ha Is to get the Chicago National league
club with the conclusion of peace. A
meeting of directors of the Chicago
Federal league club was held In his
office this afternoon, but what took
place waa not announced.
. "If we don't come together now we
never . will." said Mr. Weeghman. "The
end should be reached tomorrow In Cin
cinnati. "If -everything goea well at Cincinnati
I will buy the Cuba. They will play at
my North Bide park, and Joe Tinker will
manage them. Tinker came to us when
we needed hliu and we will stick to hi in
-'e.)gden Armour will not be associated
with n In any way. So far as I know
Done but the stockholders of the Chicago
Federal league club will be associated
Mr, Weeghman said tomorrow's Cincin
nati conference probably would appoint
A committee to visit Federal Judge Ln
dla and find out whether It would be
agreeable to him to have the Federal
league suit against Organized ilaae Uttll
"But the suit won t be withdrawn until
the peace pact Is signed and sealed," salJ
None of the persons directly Involved
In the settlement of the war would con
firm stories as to th details of the peace
plana. That the meeting would be brief
waa predicted by Prcaidetit Johnson, who
ald It would probably begin about noon
nd be over by night.
CINCINNATI. O., Dc. l.-The loss of
the telegram to Attorney Miller of the
American league, sent out from Now York
taat Friday ankirig him to hold an Inter
view with Federal Judge LandU and
tiotify the Ju.lge that peace negotiations
were pending, which, If carried out.
rnight result In an agreement to with
drawn the action of the Federal league
cult egint Organised Iiaso Halt, will in
su way Interfere with the conference of
he committees representing Organised
lRase Ball and the Federal league. This
announcement was made by Chairman
August Herrmann of the National coni
"There are numerous details that have
yet to be agreed upon by both aides."
aald Mr. Herrmann," and while we would
It in a little better position to discuss
one of these details had our telegrum to
Mr. Miller not gone astray, yet its Ions
will in no way Interfere with the mint
ing tomorrow, and I do not think it will
prevent the conference from reaching an
agreement that will lead to the final
lgnlng of a treaty of peace betwuen Or
ganized Iiu.se Ball and the 1'ederal
Real Sport for the
Skaters On Public
Parks is Planned
aiirterlntf ndf lit KtivltMh of the Recces- !
t.ou board Is contemplating holding a
aeries of skating events . at Rivervlew
and Hanscom paika and the Clifford trait
at Thirty-third and Can streets; also
other places, if the Interest Is sufficient
to warrant such activities.
To get the matter started, he ask for
the names of all skaters who would care
to prti Ijiate in theue demonstrations.
Sued as racing, fvpry . skating, base ball
cm li and fcveu dancing on the Ice. Those
Interested are requested io ad vine Mr.
l.iiKllnh at the cy hall.
" George Porter has been aiMigned as
supervisor of skating at the Glfford traot
nd Commissioner liumuiul has snt a
load of wood to that location for ajse in
JONES OF YALE SIGNS
TO COACH THE HAWKEYES
IOWA CITY. la.. 8a-Spoclal
Telegram.)-Jones of Yale signed a six
stirt otie.-tu.lf year contract as all yar
iwut tali totth at Iowa today.
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BIG ATTRACTION AT BASKET
BALL GAME TONIGHT.
BASKET BALL FRAY
ON THET FLOOR
Burgreis-Nash Team of Omaha Will
Meet All-Star Nationali from
RUTHEBFOBD WITH VISITORS
Tl-o first of a series of basket ball
trcata In store for local followers of the
floor game will be staged at the Young
Men's Christian association this evening.
The crack Hurgess-Naah quintet of
Omaha will lock bonis w Ith the ' Na
tlonals, a squad of Nebrnska stars.
The Nationals come to Omaha with a
five of pronounced ability. The big at
traction on the team la Dick Rutherford,
captain of the Cornhusker eleven and the
mun suggested as a pooslble successor to
Jumho Ptlehm aa head coech and athletic
director. Rutherford la almost as great
a basket ball player as he la foot ball
player and that Is going aome.
The rest of the team JU also made un
of crark basket ahootcr. Including Max
Towle. former lluskrr quarterback, trm
Hager brothers and olh. ru. tU(t Reams,
Physical director of the local ' and a
basket ball wlaard. will .play with the
The National team is starting a two-
" r'P tnto the northwest with
... iiurgew-iNasn team also contains
me names of some nifty tossers. War
ren Howard ami liob Flnley. who play
on the only team Nahras'ta ever had that
won two games from Minnesota, are In
the line up and Paul Anthes, Kkinny
Amhcraon. Webb Jones and Oble Myer
are other stars.
It will be some game and from lndl-
or the biggest ni.ket
rruwus in many a day U
assemble to witnexs the fray
Action in Federal
League Suit Will
Go Over for the Day
CHICAOO, Dec. 39.-ioth Kn-
cuunsri ior the Federal leu,,.
nti-rut suit asalnst Organl
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attorney, were rrnori,.! .
of town today Htid it was considered .in
likely that action Involving in with
drawal of the Mill would be lakuu todm,
Mr. Addlngton was said to be In New
O.ily the three member of the National
oonnniaslon and the minor league coin
mltue. consisting of President Chivlng
ton of the American association,. Presi
dent Barrow of the International luague
and iwuretary Farrell of the National as-
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win,, inwcnr, may ailena.
Assurances that the fUial details to
bring about peace would be arranged at
the meeting were reiterated by President
Johnson and others today.
Relief from Aeale Hkewsaattasa.
Joha ii. Gronx, Winchester. N. H.,
writes: '! suffer from scuts rheuwatisra
and Sloan's Liniment always help
quickly. Jbc All druggUita AdveiiLM-
THE REE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1015
Copyright. ins. International
HO MOM J
Who in thp vna.
Vsi ti fv
BIG GRAPPLE IS
ON CARD TONIGHT
Gui Kuvaroi, Husky Greek, and
Charley FeUri of Papillion
Mix at Auditorium.
KUVAROS SAYS HE WILL WIN
Otis Kuvaroa, who halls from Athens or
8 part a or some place In the land Homer
sung about, was fanning In the lobby of
the Ioyal hotel where he In making his
headquarters. Mr. Kuvaros be It known,
will endeavor to put the finishing touches
to Mister Charles Peters, leading citizen
of Papillion at tho Auditorium thla even
ing. "What'a a mat' you say this Chart'
Peters will best me no easy. He may be
great wreller. I am sure he Is for every
body say he Is. But he cannot beat me.
You say he throw everybody thla Joe
Ktochor he throw, but so I throw every
body he throw. I not afraid of Joe
Stecher or anybody else. I think I throw
Thus Mr. Kuvaros enters an objection
to the odds which favor a Peters victory
this evening. Omaha matt fans are In
clined to believe Peters Is spmo wrestler
and a better man than limisone. Amerlcua
or Cutlor. Huch being the case he Is a
favorite over the Oreek In their tussle
at the Auditorium tonight.
However, Kuvaros Is an unknown
quantity and he may surprise the locals.
Those who have seen him work out de
clare he Is fast, works hard, la trickv
and say Peters will have to uncover his
entire repertoire to lick him.
At all events It ahould be a corking,
bout. Both men are In good condition.
the city examining physician having--
testified to that and both are determined
A good bill of preliminary bouts will
precede the main event.
Four Huskers Get
Places on Outing
The University of Nebraska foot ball
eleven draws a big boost from the Outing
magazine In the January Issue. Only two
Institutions, Harvard and Illinois, have
more player mentioned In the Outing's
annual honor roll of foot ball stars than
Nebraska. Four Huskers are placed on
the honor roll, while five Harvard and
five Illinois athletes draw attention.
Chamberlain, Rutherford, Abbott and
Cory are the Huskers who get places on
the honor selection.
WOLGAST SUSPENDED BY
NEW YORK. Dec 3t-Ad Wolgaat.
former lightweight boxing champion, was
suspended for six months by the New
York state athletic commission today for
violating a contract with the Harlem
Fportlng club of this city. This will pre
vent Wolgast from taking part In any
boxing exhibitions In this state during the
period of suspension.
The commission found that Wolgast
has agreed not to appear anywhere In the
ring before meeting Loach Cross at the
Harlem reporting club lust Friday. In
violation of this, he met Frank Whitney
at Atlanta on Tuesday, December 14, and
was handled so roughly that, in the opin
ion of the commission, he was not In fit
condition to meet Cross la.t Friday.
In that bout Wolgast quit In the sixth
DER GOLTZ ESTABLISHES
HEADQUARTERS AT ALEPPO
l)N'OON', Dec. A dispatch to the
Kxvhange Telegram company, . Amster
esys: It la reported that Field Marshal Von
I Vr Ooltx. commander-in-chief of the
First Turkish army, is establishing, hi
halquarter at Aleppo, Syria, where the
Tirkinh and German troops under his
command are being equipped for an In-
vaston of Kgypt.
"Field Marshal Von Per Colts' force
ciina'sta partly of the Constantinople
army corps which la under German of'
f'cerz. The soldiers are armed with
several large corps or uermsn oro-
frssurs are going to Turkey under three-
r contract to teach the German laa-
BRITISH WARSHIP TAKES
DANISH CRAFT INTO CLYDE
lNtHW. Dee. -The DanUh ateamer
United States was brought into the Clyde
by a British warship Friday night, being
diverted from its route while on the way
from Copenhagen to New Tork. A large
number of Germans and Austrlans, with
large tuna ef money in their possession,
are said to be aboard. The malls from
the ship were put ashore.
The United State sailed from New
Tork November Is and arrived at Copen
hagen December 1. It saUed from that
port for New York December 11. It be
loag to the ekaAdinavlaa-AraeiicaA line.
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LOCAL WONDER WHO WRESTLES
THE BIG GREEK TONIGHT.
Shell Turkish Forts
By Land and Water
CONSTANTINOPLE (Via London), Dec.
JO. Anglo-French squsdrons and allied
land batteries yesterday bombarded Turk
ish position at Art Burnu and at AUI on
Galllpotl peninsula says the official state
ment Issued here today by the Ottoman
In Meeopotorrrla Turkish troop are said
to be destroying defense works of every
description in front of the British main
position near Kut-EI-Amara.
The text of the statement follows:
"Irak front: Our troops continue to de
stroy defense works of all kinds before
the enemy's main position hear Kut-El-Amara.
Our heavy artillery la success
fully bombarding the trenches of the
'Dardanelle front: Near Anafarta there
were Intermittent artillery encounter.
One of two enemy mines exploded, de
stroying a French trench. Our patrol have
captured In enemy trenches bayonet and
ammunition and various other kind of
war material. .
'Near Arl Burnu the enemy fired a
great number of bomb against our right
wing. One cruiser and three armored
monitor aa well aa land batteries bom
barded our positions from different di
rection. Our artillery successfully re
piled. Near Seddul-Bahr our artillery Decem
ber 17 sank one of two tugs In the nar
row, which were debarking men and am
munition. The debarkation was Inter
rupted. 'One cruiser and one monitor bom
barded the neighborhood of A1J1, but
caused no damage."
BULGARS AGAIN PROTEST
USE OFDUM DUM BULLETS
BERLIN (By Wireless to Turkerton).
Dee. 20. "The Bulgarian government,"
ay the Overeeaa News Agency, "for the
third time ha protested to the entente
allies and neutral powers against the
Anglo-French troops using dum dum bul
let and other kinds of bullet with double
cover and which explode when they
strike. The Bulgarian government aays
these bullets cause terrible wound and
that In most case limb must b ampu
tated In order to save the Uvea of per
sona wounded by them.
"Macedonian hospitals are filled with
"The Bulgsrian government declares
that in future It will be compelled to make
the severest reprisals against British and
French prisoners In order to obtain re
spct for International law."
FLINN WILL NOT DESERT
THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY
PITTSBURGH. Dec. . William Flinn
announced tonight that he did not In
tend to desert the progressive party and
declared that Pennsylvania would vend
evsnty-ix delegate to the progressive
national convention next year. .
"The rule of the sea afpllss to me,"
aid Mr. Fllnn. "I must be the last man
or one of the last to leave the progres
sive ship that is, provided all the ethers
intend to leave it."
FIREMEN FIGHT CANAL
FULL OF WHISKY ABLAZE
GLASGOW. Scotland. Iec.'lft. Firemen
had to fight a canal full of biasing
whisky her today when a fire broke out
In the building of the Distillery Company,
limited. Twelve thousand casks of liquor
were stored In the building. The con
flagration spread rapidly and the explo
sion of the casks released the whisky,
which made a burning stream of the
canal. The loa I estimated at ITW.Ouu
tJ 5Af THE FUAME.
rVte PHPACiJHa AND
ITALY HAS MILLION
MEN INJTHE FIELD
Second One is in Reserve and Gov
ernment Is Preparing to Add
HOW TO FIGURE ROME'S GAIN
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
ROME, Nov. 23. Italy now has
2,000,000 men engaged In the war
and Is preparing to add another mil
lion. About a million men are on
the fighting line, stretched along the
mountains from Trentlno in the
west to the Austrian stronghold of
Qorlzla in the east. Another million
is in reserve. The third million ia
represented In the additional classes
now being assembled.
What Italy has accomplished In the
war Is best understood by taking a map
of Italy showing the northern frontier.
The Alps sweep In a great seml-clrcle
from the French frontier on the Mediter
ranean to the Austrian frontier on the
Adriatic. Thla sweep of the Alps from
west to east Is a sort of natural bulwark
or boundary of Italy, separating It from
the nation and races to the north now,
as It did In the days of ancient Rome.
Dented to oath.
But in two place this natural sweep
of the Alp Is dented deeply to the south
ward first In the Trentlno region In the
west and then In the Trlcat region of the
upper Adriatic. Thus the natural bound
ary of the Alps Is broken at two vital
points and Austria ha stretched down at
both these point and firmly established
Its political control. Its control of Tren
tlno dating from the time of Napoleon
and of the Trlest region from the war
The first object therefore of Italy'
campaign la to get back the two provinces
which dent the natural frontier of the
Alps, thus regaining former Italian terri
tory and re-establishing the great moun
tain range as it strategic defense. Thla
main objective has necessitated dividing
the campaign Into two parts, one In the
west with Trent as the center, and the
other In the east with Trlest aa the chief
object. Between 400,000 and BOO.OOO men
are engaged In the western operations
centered at Trent, and about Snn.OOO men
In the eastern operations directed toward
These two objectives are two separate
campaigns. Both, however, are under the
direction of General Cadorna, commander-in-chief.
Main Italian Drive.
The main Italian drive has been In the
eastern section, toward Trlest, the great
Austrian post of the Adriatic lying just
across from Venice. This rich prlxe is
hardly more than ten days march from
the Italian frontier. And yet the war
ha been going on for six months since
May 23 and the Italian army 1 nowhere
The military leaders say this Austrian
stronghold could have been taken any
time in fifteen days, but It could not be
held as the Carso mountains sweep
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around back of Trlest with Austrian bat
teries posted at every crest. The Italian
commanders therefore decided that it
was a military necessity to control all
the approaches and mountain defenses
before occupying the city. This has been
the task of the campaign which has been
going on during the last six months with
its maxe of geographical names, all these
being small accessories In the vast
natural defenses, and necessary to be con
quered before Trlest Itself can be held.
Most of the fighting In this region has
been along the Isonxo river with the
Austrian town of Qorlzla as the main
point of attack. Here the Italians be
gan the Blow and tedious process of first
gaining control of alt the elevated posi
tions which could serve the Austrlans
before pressing forward on Gorizia and
Trlest. This has required the movement
of troops along mountain roads and the
carrying of heavy guns to great heights.
Satisfied with Progress.
The Italian commanders express satis
faction with the progress msde in the
Inst nix months. All the fighting has
been on Austrian soil and no Austrian
troops have at any time entered Italy.
The Austrian coast ports, Porto Buso and
Orado, leading toward Trlest, have been
taken by the Italians and from Grado
the lights of Trlest can be seen at night
across the Adriatic. Further north. In
the mountain country the Plava Pass
ha been won, although at tho cost of
whole regiments cut to pieces and a
chain of mountain tops, villages and sta
tion has been established encircling Gor
illa. But Oorlxla Itself still holds out
through Its- natural mountain defenses
and It railway line pouring In constant
supplies of fresh troops and ammunition.
Quite distinct from the campaign
around Gorizia is that in the other prov
ince of Trentlno, further west. This
has all been mountain fighting and little
progress has been made. Tho great Al
pine ranges sweep around further north,
but down through Trentlno run Innumer
able spur of the Trention Alps, making
it a vast stretch of gorges and peaks.
It Is called the Tyrolean country, al
though the real Tyrol Is further north
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around Innesbruck, and the populatlnr
there speaks German. But here the
people are all Italian In language, habits
and sentiment and although In name.
Austrian, most of the men have gone
south to Join the Italian army.
The objective In this western flghtini,
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In summing up what ha been done In
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LONDON, Dec. 20. A dispatch to
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which Adele Pankhurst endeavored to
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