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Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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1 Former Manager of Frank Gotch
Declare Joe Rogers Can Twist
Tail of Nebraska Fhenom.
ISSUES A DEFI TO DODGE LAD
Kmll Klank, formerly manager of the
two heat mral tickets In tlio grappling
came, Frank Gotch and Malunout, has)
filsoovere.1 a wrestler h believes can
twist the tall of Joe Steelier, the Ne
braska farmer boy, who hai born cutting
wide, red streak In the wrestling world.
Klank wrltea a letter to the sporting
editor of The Hoc In which he nay a that
Joe Rogers of Buffalo ia the lad who can
put the fixing to Mister Stccher.
Klank declare! he haa had Rogers In
training for the hint six months and he
Is satisfied. Rogers ia the one nvtn outside
of Golrh who can trim the Nebraska
"I've been looking for Just such a man
ever since laat winter," scribbles Klank,
"and I am satisfied now that I have got
the man who will put a stop to Stechcr's
"I put one over on those 'farmers' at
Kansas City recently," he continues, "t
took big llechalloff up there to wrestle
Clecher. I knew he couldn't beat Steelier;
I Just used him as a trial horse. It took
Ktecher thirty-three minutes to beat him.
Rogers can pin the same fellow ten fallal
In the same length of time; that's the
done I am working by.
"I am going to make them come to
time or quit nosing as the world's cham
pion." For the benefit of those wrestling fans,
who are not familiar with Mister Rogers,
Just an Earful 1
Jimmy Io Forrest was refeiiclng a batlln royal over In Philly one night and
six of the diiikest Ims that ever straddled a ropo were In there fighting.
The biggest of the bevy was blacker
then the Inside of a rat and stronger
than a horse. Me belted four of his oppo
nents on the pus and down they went
The fifth, who resembled the Masked
Marvel, inasmuch as tils dome was
blackc than the rest of him, stuck to
his guns like a wolf. He would not be
knocked out. He wanted to bo the last
man In the ring and cop the kale. Ho put
up an awful argument for a while, but
suddenly got a belt right on the old
pantry and sank to the floor weary and
l'e Forrest rushed over and counted up
to five. The fallen gladiator arose to one
knee, then, reaching for the ropes, got
up and started to take a runout powder.
Jimmy grabbed him by one arm, and,
giving him a yank, yelled, "Come back
here, Washington, You're not out!"
H V II 3
Wo1 "f IX OUT J 1
11 1 1 ui-
Mr. Washington turned, and with an appealing look, piped:
"Ah know I'm not, but I'm half out!"
SOUTH LEADER MAY
BE OUT FOR SEASON
Feared Injuries to Captain Bryan
Nixon in Fremont Fray May
Keep Him Out for Year.
SPRAINS KNEE IN BAD FALL
Brandeis Five to
Play Wesleyan at
The Hrandels stores' oulntct of the
Omaha Trl-Clty basket ball league will
play the fast Nebraska Wesleyan five at
I'nlverslty Place 'Thursday night, accord
ing to announcement by Manager Isaac
son last night.
Last year the Hrandels squad, then
psstlmtng under the title of Townsends,
took the Wesleyan boys to a trimming on
.11. lw-.l "V" floor Thev will esaav to
he Is almost as beautiful as some leading duplu.ato ,he teht Wesleyan's floor
men. He Is the Apollo of the mat game. 'thit line
He has been wrestling for some time and j Wesleyan has Just as fast a team this
nobody ever figured him as any world- , yeiir )llwt- t tarted Us season In a
beater unless It be E. Klank. blase of glory last HHturday by romping
Far be It from us to discourage such an 0ver the I'nlverslty of Nebraska crew,
eptimlstlc soul as Hmll Klank. but the anj n takes some team to turn that
dope doesn't generally go when Stecher Is trick.
Involved, and It Is not likely that Joe or The Rrandeis squad Isabout the same,
his manager will lie particularly hesitant j with the old guard of Hughes, Uurken
ln accepting a match with Rogers. If I road and Rltchlo to do the heavy work.
Klank Is Insistent for a match, no doubt
the event will be singed In the near f'J- fl rir.y,rrri T -trrm TrOTt
ture, as Btecher doesn't car particularly j VJtJUIU Jj.yUIl; HdU
who he wrestles Just so he wrestles. I rii " . T" J
auuoier, is Lcau
AI.BUQURRQUK. N. M.. Jan. 11.
Oeorge U I.yon. 34, of luirham, N. (!
amateur chamidon trail shooter, died
here today of tuberculosis. . He had been
a resident of the city five weeks and
!was but recently elevated to the thlity-
Johnny Sudeiiln-rg. former special de- 1 third degree In Masonry,
livery carrier, pupil of Paul Murray, and j Iyon was twice amateur champion trap
now a fixture In the middleweight spot- j shooter of. the United Htates. und four
light, has arrived In Omaha. I years ago was a member of the American
Sudetiberg has been gone for several J team at the Olymplo games In Ktockholm.
months, during which time he took part J Three ohildren survive. The body will
In ring battles with some of the best he taken to Durham , for , burial by a
mlddlewelghts In the business and alway ! brother, B. K. lyon, who. was with him
acquitted himself creditably. Of late he j t the time of death.' His wife died five
has been unable to sign up for as many ' ys,rs ago.
matches as he would wish, due to h's I """" """" "
I'ropenMly. he ssys. for landing the old I K',(1 The Bee Want Ads. It pays!
sleep-producing wallop with monotonous
8o Johnny hsa returned to (tnmha for;
a brief spell and expresses a hope of
framing a bout with Montana Jack Sulli
van. Hudenberg says lie would like to
take on the veteisn'Jack for a few
rounds. The match may be r tunned.
While In Omaha Johnny will work out
with his old tutor, Paul Murray.
Johnny Sudenberg i
Returns to Omaha !
In Search of War!
New Fed Base Ball
Deal Not Violation
of the Sherman Act
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. The merger
which wiped the Federal league out of
existence and eliminated from the major
league base ball several cities which held
franchises In the Federal league was not
In violation of the Sherman anti-trust
act. O. C. Todd, assistant attorney gen
eral, In charge of the trust prosecutions,
has so decided In considering a complaint
by J. If. Htrohmeyer of Baltimore; that
a compact between representatives of
the Federal league and Organised Base
Ball had eliminated Baltimore aa a
major league city.
GO TO LOS ANGELES
CHICAGO. Jan. 11. -Mannger Tinker
of the amalgamated Chicago Federals
and Nationals sgreed today to permit
I'ltchep Kd gchoor to go to th l.os
Angeles team of the Pacific Coast league,
where he will be under the direction of
Frank Chance, old leader of tlio Cubs.
This caiTita out an offer made oy Prs.
dent Thomas of the Chicago Nationals
before the team was bouHht hy Mr.
DENIES ANY SALEFOR
GOTHAM GIANTS PENDING
Captain Bryan Nixon, star center and
captain of the Houth High basket ball
team, Is out of the game for the week
nnd probably t!io season, according to
nnnouncement lit the South Side yester
day. In the second half of the Fremont
game Nixon was thrown heavily to the
floor, spraining his knee and causing such
deep bruises that they became Infected.
The result was the derangement of his
whole system and the prospects look ex
ceedingly gloom for his return to the
The loss of Nixon on the team greatly
lessens the confidence of the South High
team, who expected to hand the Council
Bluffs five a defeat Thursday evening on
the local "V" floor. Van Arthurton, vet
eran forward and utility man, will be
worked into thi center position and
Klialnholts played at guard. The new
lineup la a formidable one and it is quite
probable that Patton will work up a
combination that will lower the colors
of the Bluffs team even In Its crippled
The South Hla team tills year Is con
sidered strong er than the laat year five.
lst year the Bluff school and the local
team divided honors evenly, both losing
and winning a game on their own floors.
SOUTH HIGH CAPTAIN. WHO MAY
BE OUT FOR YEAR. .
NKW YORK. Jan. 11-In a signed state
ment made public here late thla after
noon Harry I.. Hempstead, president New
I lors. .auoiiui leaKuc nase oaii ciud ue-
nled that there was any deal pending at
I this time for the sale of the Giants. .
Athletes and Fire
Laddies in Big Tug
The tug-of-war bug has hit Omaha.
Following the big event staged at the
Auditorium by Jack Prince divers teams
have been organized and challenges are
being hurled thick and fast.
The latest pull will be between a team
of firemen and a team of South Thir
teenth street athletes at the Turner hall
on South Thirteenth.
The following are the teams:
F1PKVKN. 1.1TH ST. TKAM.
Al Kchults, Geoige McQuade,
S-.ev.ulak. Ait Hyland.
Harrison, Andy Porltx.
Treglla. Joseph Foreman,
Front. A. Karwk.
Ni'llson. Joe Conm i s.
'Vet- . ' V
If Q '
HURLS DOG AFTER
WIFE DOWN CLIFF
Etchison Details Alleged Killing of
Woman by Her Husband in
IS HAUNTED BY THE SCENE
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Jan. 11.
Charles D. Etchison, the state's star
witness In the murder trial of Fred
erick T. Price, a local business man.
today repeated on the witness stand
the. story he told when arrested on a
Joint Indictment with Price in which
he said the latter murdered his
third wife so he could . obtain
money and paid Etchison for
Etchison testified that he
Price took Mary Fridley Price, mem
ber of a wealthy family, to the East
river automobile road on the night
of November 28, 1914. He told how '
Price stopped the car and as his
wife stepped to the 'running board
"gave her a horrible push and sent
her crashing over the cliff. He
threw her dog after her.
Cries from Below.
"Then came faint cries from below," he
said, "and Price, beckoning me to fol
low, hurried to the foot of the cliff. He
grasped his wife by the hair and dragged
her several feet to make It appear the
fall hud been greater.
"Mrs. Price was still living. Trice
looked about him for a moment and
gathering up a large rock, knelt down be
side her. I turned my back and closed
my eyes. As the thud of the rock against
her head sounded In the stillness, the dog
unhurt by tlic fall, whined and ra toward
the cliff. Ina few mlhutes the flickering
spark of life had left the woman'! body.
"Wc stopped passing automobllsta and
gave out the story that Mrs. Price fell
to her death while chasing the dog."
Haunted, by tieene.
I The witness said he was haunted con- "
tlnually by the scene on the night of
the alleged crime and decided to tell his
The court was crowded today, most of
. the spectators being women. Etchison
; did not complete his testimony and will .
; resume the stand tomorrow.
CALVARY BAPTISTS WAGE
WINNING BASKET BALL FRAY
BOUQUET FOR THE BEE
To the Omaha Bee Bporting F.dilor:
Resolved, we, the managers of the In
tarnation tug of war contest, held at tlx
Auditorium. January 1 to 9, wish hereh)
to extend -our thsnks and highest . i e
spects to you and your department for
the loyal ou-operatlon received In further
ing the clean sportsmanship of this, our
F-ill Talbot. Danish team.
Charles Loch, German team.
N. I. 'i'horson, Swedish team.
F. V. Greenman. American team.
Frank Rlha. Hohemtan team.
'. E. Pay. Bcotch-Kngllsh team.
Phil Lynch. Irish team.
J. M. Calabria, Italian team.
The Calvary Baptists turned the tables
en the Firs' Christians In their
Church league basket ball fray last eve
ning at the I'nlverslty of Omaha gym,
winning 22 to 10. Both sldea were evenly
matched, but the accuracy of Everson,
right forward of the Baptists, with six
baskets to his credit, gave the contest a
one-sided appearance as to the score. .
Hobson played in unusual form for the '
Christians and was easily the atar of the
performance. The lineup:
FIRST CHRIST'S.) CALV. BAPTISTS.
Hobson R.F. L.F Polansky
Fessler L.F.I R.F Everson
Jones C.I C Winn
Sutton R.G.I UQ... '; Brldenbaugh
Bock L..G.I R.Q Anderson
.Substitutes: Corliss for Jones, Foy
for Bock, Stltt for Sutton. Field goals:
Hobson, Jonea, Sutton, Corliss, Everson
(li), Polansky (3). Foul goals thrown!
Hobson 2, Everson, Polansky (3). Fouls
committed: First Christians. 14: Calvary
Baptists. 6. Referee: , Maxweih Time
keeper: Reel. Time of halves: Twenty
WILL PLAY. BASE BALL
MADISON. Wis., Jan. U. By a vote of
62 to 3 the faculty of the University of
Wisconsin today decided that base ball
should be retained.
Keep Bowels Heaalar.
Nothing better than Dr. King's New
Life Pills for constipation. Indigestion and
sour stomach. ,Get a bottle. Only 26c.
A 11 druggists Ad vertlsement.
Advertiser and customer profit by the
"Classified Ad" habit.
Orders lor steel Increase.
NF.W YORK, Jan. It The unfilled ton
nsge of the l otted States Steel Corpora
tion on lecembcr ;tl totalled 7.Knt.L'J0
tons, an Increase of 6J6.,';;i tons over No
January Sale Prices Offering Big Savings-
WITHOUT TflE LEASTV SACRIFICE OF QUALITY
i WICHITA TEAM BUYS
HELFRICH AND MALARKY
WICHITA, Kan.. Jan. ll.-Gus Hei
j frith, a pitcher last year In the Colonlil
j league, haa been signed by Manager Jtm
i mis Jackson to play with Wichita, In the
i Western league, in KU. it was announced
here today. W. J. Malarky, a pitcher
: with the Oakland club. In the Paclfl
J Coast league In I5. also hss been signed
by Wichita for 1!M.
JACK TOLIVER OFFERS TO
FIND TROUBLE FOR PETERS
Jack Tollver comes to bat with the fol- j
loing, received by the Hirting editor of '
The Bee: . I
There hss h.ii ,.,.i..i. i
Charlie Prtera Immhk such woo.l wrestler i
nu l iin ai.ie to Kri v u.xd
:natches. that 1 oul.l I ke to match Clar
ence Kklunti of Canada with him. 80 If
a real wrestler, let ua l..r from Mm 1
JACK TOI.IVKK. 1
STECHER THROWS EKLUND !
THREE TIMES WITH EASE
Clareiire Eklund. the Canad.an llnhi
heav weight, lasted eleven ml notes with
Joe rtecher at Waterloo, la.. Monday
M.lit. The Dodge wonder dumped Kkluud
three times in t-leveu minutes. The event
til 1 bandies p affair.
1st. 2d. Sd Tot.
Runs 1W lo l 'M
Van Dahl .. lit l i 171 4M
Jake l.f- U5 170 4 rT
Total .... 416 44 4 13M
1st. 2d. Jd. Tot
Abramson i:t 1:1', 217 44
Solomon... 1X1 14 211 fc:n
Young 174 l(u 170 6-
Totals 441 f4 Voii
lil TTK.Il NUTS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Jenkins .... 117 14 12 4L-:.
Wlnkelman 1 140 1.1 4.1
Hathaway ITS Uu 210 644
Totals .... 4'JS 441 &U1 1404
Ul. 2d SI Tot.
Snillli l'i.1 1SK 1J3 44i
'iillsliHIl .. It 172 170 til')
Urauman .. 1 lot ll 4ol
Totals .... 4ri t,i7 413 14U
I Hlnn PaeUle Lrassr,
Totals 72 7I2 7i 'taj
1st. 2d. 3d. Tut.
Vapor HH l.'i 141 41
Drunimy ...13.' 11 14 1 4 .1
Parker 140 V 1 K. :M
Stafford ....ll 1 Is 3"7 1S
Well I. h ....IM J.X) IK Wt
Totals 7o ?1H ftrt 'J.'.T
1st. 2.1. Sil Tot.
Johnson ....lit 14 i'C 417
Stana 1 t7 V..' 41
Koch 14 17f. 23 4WI
Miicr Urn 1U1 1M DU
.echmester 1 17 14 i-J
Handicap 0 27
Totals 731 H J:'
1st. Jd. Sd Tot.
.I.V 131 , 17 4KL
Merrick 1 1M II 4M5
Kleny IM) 170 m 621 1
Totals ...789 W. 8.7 2.vl
M. K. smith l.raaae.
,1V1. 140 1 421
. l:tt 147 147 M
Bed lie Id
He. kli r
2.1 3.1 Tot.
1 .4 443
..l;.l ll 17 44H
.174 2l 1:13 613
. ,1.'. 14.', 144 44
..1&2 liS 1.9
Handles p .
ill) 1-4 3)4
...145 11T 1J WJ
.IM) U 144 4.'.
.1HII 1 II &7i
.5 t I IS
Totals 7! ;95
PASS ENG MR.
( oil u l.lanlaii fUrr.
WAKH1XIJTON, Jan. 11. Cotton sinned
Tiur to Jsniiaiy I was 0.)13. is'J runnuig
1 .!.. m i.i.iliifc' I'l"'. round talis ami
. o.'l l.ul i.f Si a Irduiid. the census
Ljuivau ajuioui.ctij luday.
Totals HI 7i:4 7 2371
1st. 2.1. 3d. Tot.
I.. NurKard .131 171 219 6-1
I'.urnitl 1tt3 14K 114 4..4
Vaucura ... I'J 124 lf. 44a
Hatch 17 170 2(7 m4
I.. N.ugard. ,s7 1) K7 (44
Handicap ... 14 14 14 42
Tola la NM SIT WO 2bl0
1st. 31 W T
2d. 3d Tot.
l' IM 6,
177 ltt 12S '
IH IS! 124 3
114 137 S7H
l.-l l.J 4:y
Totals 73 H.9 7 2139
1st. 2l. 3l Tol
Si me ..
I4 11 517
.ls l. 179 4f3
t:!7 1J Ikj 41
.17 1K Isl
.l.Ji li 171 4!
'fol 111 ..
.K4 143 1! yi.
.! . 172 ill
Totals .:; 7..J Mi 24. ii
m;h. i 'i vision
1st. 2.1 3.1 T.
IV it 1011 . ...iia. H2 i;j ijj
Total .. .Mi7 It 2 S 2j
lt. 2.1 S.'.T. t
V.. Norguld. ! I' 174 A47
I'e.-iei I1 I"! 1-
O. antler 12 2 i 1 i l-
Totals ...779 713 i4 217i
1st. 2d. 31 Tot.
C.rshsm 1:V 110 l.tl ,T70
Barbuii W l.'.2 144 4i
Harrington .121 i:t IIS S.;
Pearson Its 1.M 13 4 8
Mit.Hiko I.'." lc 17 4.13
Totala ...Sl ti42 71 1019
1st 2.1. Sd. 'W,t.
Straw It IW 4iH
Scott lil i: 11 4;2
Phelps .... 127 1J7 17 4411
l.e IM 14X 14t 42s
Meek 178 ItH 19 6.10
Totals .... 725 727 tUl 22S3
1st. 2d 3d Tot.
Parker .... tt 119 147 4iu
Knee 116 127 110 .
tVinnell .... 14 IIS 1'.4 3T
Florkee .... 121 1" 113 ?:sl
Wesiergard 140 1.4 1.(7 4.
Totals ... 704 4N4 Mil 3039
1st. 2d 3d. Tot.
TUt like .... 1ST luS 14 4nl
Johnson ....124 1. 11 421
Mclfterty 1X7 114 114 .K;
I'r.M ti;ito... 17 127 14 4.i
Klikhaiu .. li Ul 14T 44J
Totals .... 701 Kil 7S7 2121
1st. 2d 3d Tot.
Is nun 1VI I Mi 2M .
Ksiiaixliiie. 110 179 I S 414
II II lis J4..I
To I a In
1 12 t
144 143 to. 41
7Uj 7 1 217,
16 If DODGE DOUGLAS STREETS
17 Lbs. Best Pure Cane
Granulated Sugar at . .
We Advise Our Customers to Buy Flour Now
Wtdnraday 48-lb. sacks best high
grade Diamond H Flour; nothing fin
er made for bread, plea or cakes, per
10 lbs. best Whits or Tellow Corn
meal ., 1
10 bars Bea y-'Kin-All or Diamond C
lbs. best Rolled White lireskfast
Oatmeal . .
cans Oil Sardines lo
4 pkgs. best iKimestic Macaroni. Ver
micelli or Spaghetti ' ISO
I lbs. fancy Japan Itice. Pearl Tapioct
or Unit lleana "
5 lbs.' best Bulk laundry Starch.. tfto
Advo.Jell. for dessert; It's quality
11.10. Is, package Tie
Gallon cans Golden Table Syrup, Sao
Small slxe Crl.'o. can 83o
Medium size Crlsct, ran 4Ao
Iarge aixe Crisco, tan Mo
4 lt-ox. tans Condensed Milk ....880
C-os. cans Condensed Milk 15c
K. C. Corn Flakes, pkg to
W. O. C. or Krumbles. pkg to
32-ox. jars pure l'Vult Reserves. .100
lC-oi. package Condensed Mine Meat
2-lb. package Self Rising Pancaka
Sclf-rlalug Buckwheat Flour, pkg gl(o
Pure New York Buckwheat. r lb.. 60
4 cans Wax. String. Green or Lima
lit sua t8c
3 cans ITarly June Table Peas .. .
Nrw Honey, per rack lTe
Hallowl Dates, lb. XOo
linpcrted 1-ard Dates, lb lAe
i l'r.wn i'ls. lb I60
The brat Tea Slftlngs. lb Ui
I'ancy Go'.ileir Santos Coffee, a fin
laml'v drink. 1h 100
VTTEB, CKIEII, BMKM AJTB
The best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk, lb 310
The best No. 1 Country Creamery
Butter, per lb Mo
The beet No. 1 Dairy Table Butter,
per lh t7o
Good Dairy Table Butter, lh. ....So
The bt Strictly tYesh Kggs,1 per
donen. at 300
The best No. 1 Storage Kggs, -per
dosen. at Mo
Hill Cream Wisconsin Cream Choese,
per lb BOO
Full Creamy '. Y.' White or Young
America Cliwse. per lb .190
2 lha. Good Table Butterine tio
Fancy No..lTable Butterine per lb..
The best, eoual to creamery, per lb.,
mother Carload of tg-b.Uad Wavsl
Oraageo (or Wodaaaday, The orange
of duality. This car la f radically all
100 aize, that retail for 45c to 60c dos.
Wednesday oaly, per doss a 30o
I'otatoes, 1& lbs. to pe'k 9 So
Wisconsin Cabbage, lb. p
3 bunches Fresh Shallots, Radishes
or Carrots . . , 10O
3 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce ....So
i-wncv Denver Cauliflower, per Is.
at . Ho
Old Beets, Carrots. Turnips or Par
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST.
The Largest Wholesale and
Retail Concern in Denver,
After being in business for 36 years, was
voted out of the state on January 1, 1916,
and was forced to remove the balance of
their immense stock at once.
This stock is now at the Gordon Ware
house in Omaha, and MUST BE SOLD
300 cases Cedar Springs, Ruby
Springs and other brands of
whiskey, in pints and half pints
24 Pints containing 3 gallons
48 Half Pints containing. 3
gallons -. - - - - - -
ALL KINDS OF WINES,
Mail Orders must be accompanied by
certified check or money order. Will
sell all or part. Address
The Weiner Wine Co.
Care Gordon Warehouse, Omaha, Neb.
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