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THi: r.KK: OMAHA, WKDNKSDAY, .JAN LAKY
JOHNNY DUNDEE AND
MANDOT WILL MEET
Former Cornhusker Star Trying; to ! Pair Are Matched for Twenty
Force Nebraskan Off Eleven I Rounds at New Orleans on
Next Season. February 21.
Bringing Up Father
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus.
BOARD WILL LOOK INTO CASE
WELSH TO FIGHT
MXCOLX, Jan. IS. (Social TrlPsram
Johnny Rrnder. former OornhnsUer
tar. now foot bull coarh at the K.11 1
Agrlrultura.1 collrsp at Manhattan, anl
Manasrr AV. O. Hamilton of Kanaa unl
rrMty. are credited with liavin takm
the Initiative In a move to protect the 1
rligihlllty of Guy rhainlM'i'lain. Ne
braska's atar end, to play another yrr
of foot hall on the t'ornhnpker team
Ti e attempt to lll ar 'hamhei lain I11M
leached such a ataae that NVhraaka au
thorities felt It would he Letter Io'rIv.'
the faita full alrinr. Home time niio
Hender wrote tlinmherlaln, atklnir him If I
he would be in r ponltlnn to a,-cit th
tioailion of aaaistant roach t the Kanxna
rhool. Chamberlain thought Hender wai
In nucat of Information relative to hi
eligibility and did not rei
der made a aperlal trip to
veatig&tn Oiamberlaln'a rerord at Wen
leyan. where be played two years before
comlnr to Nrhraaka.
"Bender haa announced." Hamilton
aald during n. reeent vrl In Lincoln,
that he Inventltiated the records and
found Chamberlain played two years
1her aa a regular collegiate at'ident. This
bars him. Kanaaa does not expo' t to file
a, protest, but enpeeta the Nebraska
board to rule Chamberlain out on Its own
Bender was anxious to land the coach
ing; Job at Nebraska as Ktlehm' suc
cessor. It la reported, and at that time
declared Chamberlain waa Ineligible. II"
loat no tlmo In spreading the report upon
hie return to Kanras.
The Nebrackn board will make Its own
Investigation, and If the farts bear it out
will bar Chamberlain from further par
ticipation In foot ball as a member of the
PKNVKR, Colo. Jan. IS. Johnny Pun
dee and Joe Malidot. lightweights, have :
leen matched for a twenty-round Itotit i
In New Orleans on February 21. tuindne a ;
manaser announced today. lie added'
Freddie Welsh, lightweight champion, had
agreed to meet the winner March 4. ali"0
in New Orleans.
Price on Franchise
of the Cardinals
ST. 1H'IS. Mo.. Jan. IS. Hrliii ler
rirlttou. president of the St. Louis Na
tionxls. has ciuoted a price on the
ply. Then Urn- ""'- p'"yln ""J'' ,0 I
:o Unmln to In- ' ' "n:llp Tl' ,' ,Th. ""'Z t
hs telegrapne'l 10 Sinclair at .i'w
The price was quoted at the request
Mr. Brltton said the price was ap
proximately that which waa quoted to
Phil Hall for the St. Louis Natlonala
before the latter bought the St. loula
ICWA GRAPPLER WILLING !
TO ENGAGE IN A SCRAP 1
Status of Federal
League Players is
CINCINNATI. O.. Jan. S.-The Chicago
Natlonala and the St. I.ouls Americans
must ask waivers aa provided by base
ball law, in disposing; of their surplus
players to clubs of opposite major leagues
or to minor league clubs, the National
commissioned ruled today. In making
Its decision, the commission Issued a no
tie to all national agreement cluls
rejatlva to the status of players who de
serted them for the Federal league,
'The right of the Federal league to
such players, whether they violated con
tracts or refuacd to rccognUe reserva
tions la recognised and that league hus
full authority to dispose of them.
'If. however, such laers are released
outright by the Federal league, tho Na
tional agreement cluba which they de
serted will have priority of right to their
services, If they desire to secure hem."
II. F. Thompson of Forest City, la., has
uncovered a i.romlulng young wrestler In
the person of Jlelmer Myre. Myre weighs
lfi7 pounda and stands ready to tackle
any grappler who hits the scales up to
175 pounds for moat any kind of a prop
osition. Light heavyweights who are
searching for trouble probably could get
a response out ot Mr. Thompson. Myre
Is to wrestle Clarence ICcklund, tho Ne- i
braska ring artist, shortly. J
Inane to Meet York Tonleht.
CRKTK. Neb., Jan. IS. (Special)
Coach Krhlssler Is working his men hard
this week, aa tho Doane quintet leave
(Wednesday mornlnK for Tork, where a i
game is scheduled for that evening with 1
the Tork college basket shooters. The j
men who will probably take the trip to
York are Captain Whltehouae, Kdmonds, !
Bayer. Spencer, Conrad, Mlckle. Haylctt :
and Andrews, together with Coach
GEORGE MORIARTY MAY
i MANAGEDENVER TEAM
CHICAGO, Jan. IS. James McOlll,
owner of the Ind'anapolla club of the
American aasoclatlon and the Penver
club of the Western league. Is negotiat
ing for George Morlarty, to manage his
Denver club. It waa learned here today.
McCjlll '-conferred with President John
sonof the American league yesterday
regarding Morlarty. but did not see
Charles Comlskey. owner of the White
8o, who hotds Morlarty1 contract for
the coming seaaon.
MoUlll said In case he could not obtain
Morlarty he would endeavor to get "noc"
White, former White Box star and man
aser of the Venice, Cal
club last season. !
Comlskey said today lie would not part
Council Opens Bids
on Fire Apparatus
The city council received and opened
l.!ds for lO.Ono feet of fire hoae and motor-
l 1 1 ven combination hose and chemical
trucks. The bids are being tabulated.
Many bids were received and some of the
eastern concerns sent agenta to Omaha.
Commissioners Wlthnell and Jardlne
will visit several cities to view demon
strations of various type" of motor ap
paratus on which bids were received.
A report on the hose bids will be re
ceived by the council Thursday morn
ing! Selections of the motor trucks will
nut be made for several weeks.
Approximately $0G.0OO will be expended
for hose and combination motor apparatus.
POLICE WILL ARREST
The chief of police announces that he
will begin January 25 to arrest chauf
feurs who have not secured their 191S
permits. The ordinance require that all
persons operating motor-driven vehicles
In any form of public service shall have
permits Issued by the superintendent of
Coast league j I'0"0- T"" includes regular chauffeurs
u inivaie cars. i ne only exception Is
that an owner driving his car for pri
vate purpoaes need not take out a per-
PETITION FOR ATHLETIC
FEE AT DOANE COLLEGE
CTtETE. Neb.. Jan. lS.-(8peclal.) Pe-
titions are being circulated among the
students ot Doane college to ask the
trusteea at thtir February meeting to
f atablleh a general athletic fee ot a fixed
amount per fcemecter. The payment of
this fee la to be required of all students
and will be payable at the office with
the ether college tees. Its payment will
admit the student to all the athletlo con
testa of that semester. It Is believed that
this will save a treat deal ot the work
of selling season tickets, and also will
spread the financial burden of athletics
over the entire student body.
THREE CUBS SOLD TO
LOS ANGELES TEAM
CHICAGO, Jan. IS Announcement was
made today by President Weeghman of
the Chicago Natlonala, of the comple
tion ot the transfer of "Bob" Fisher,
"Ed". Schorr and "Polly" Mc Larry to
the Los Angeles base bsll club.
HARVARD CLUB IS TO
HEAR HOLMES LECTURE
Members ot the local Harvard club ara
planning to attend the lecture to be given
Thursday evening at the Central High
cuooi oy jonn liaynes Holmes of New
York, a Harvard graduate. Dr. Holmes
Is giving a series of talks In the city and
has chosen prison reform aa his subject
Thursday evening, when he talks under
the auspices of the Political Equality
league. Dr. Holmes heads the Church
of the Messiah and is active in prison
reform and all philanthropic work.
Grip la something of a Joke to those
who have never had It. but when thev
get It they become dead to all sense of
humor. No disease was ever more ap
propriately named because grip takes
hold of the entire system. To get rid
of It take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and carefully observe the directions with
each bottln.'. This remedy la highly
recommended by those who have used It
and know Ita real value. Obtainable
Tire l.eaaee. Majt.wy ....i:tl V 11S ,TK Handicap .. Zi It
l.Er- T1RK pwanson ....i-t jh .j
lat. Slid. Si'd. Tot. Huhnell 1..2 17T ul Totals ....7f3 Tint 710 Slil
Mlnsr.il ...10 110 T xtl Handicap .. II 14 U 4J 1DKAU SHIttTH.
Cliainl tra ..Hi MS KS Li , , " . 1st. 2nd. :id Tt.
Aupielwn ..!. 14 lUi :'-0 .ToUI "-l 2113 Hathker ....1ss i; Hi 4,;
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i.j ita txi
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Totals ..".'I .! fid Ilifj Scott
IjOUUUK'H Till KS. Phelps
1st. 2nd. M Tot. V.
Hutherford 1 l IIS 1 .V.i Meek
I'enuiniiloB 1-1 1- .
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I nt . i I'Ci l.".'
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Totals ..7'JU S;2 T Jill . 1st. 2nl. 3d Tot
Jst. inI. M Tot. Mcl.afrerty ljn Ji-i IM a;:,
,lu4 lis ha 4HI I'rocoplo ...lL'l 141) 1J4
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.73S 7W v 21.
Paslea A Uallagaer.
1M. snd. Sd. Tot
"'"h KJ !!) ZIO M7
allalian lhi t v
..1.4 144 1st) i-M
PENNbLTVAXI T1KK8. Israon ....14u 11j 11 4-li ""an
1.. 1 x.i i-.-.f Harsaiina .h.J 11 1.3 414 - ,
1..7 K 44 founney ..1.4 l.il i.a 37T Totsls ....Hs W lot 11
.17 li 11 t0 Walker 14J 14i 14J 4ii I'AdoMAS.
.1-9 14-. 114 JV i; 4; 1st. ind. 3rd. Tut
..14 1M 1,0 Handicap ..4 4 I IJ Abramson .lei 131 KM IK
.U U Ul IZ holomon ..! U nil 4
ZL Z Tnlals .740 iW7 7.' 210 u' H Iv) 11 (ks
,." Xt Ol S IUi'Ah MACKINAW'S. ....
r'ISK TUtrJS 1st. 2nd. M Tot. ....: w uuO U',1
lsuXod. d Tot. arker I 1.1 1j3 4M IILTTKKNL'TN.
Rosenberg .1 Is lz u Kn 1 ' , , !' Snd. 3rd. Tot
Miewart ....ISi Ul 1 4IU ."-mell ... ) I la :i J'nki" ....fW 14.' lei 4IH
on our ....144 147 1M 4( Horkee ....IJ I.-. I 15 4i wlnkleman 1.(7 1 ;4 114 .W.
rSprixTer ....! V lil l Wstergar4 ll 1 11 IM llathaay 1M , .-
1U, y !f If tl Total W Tot... e m ,
Totals ..7 t 7I17i A1JNA TATlJHS. PAXTONS.
w 1st. 2nd. W Tot. 1st. :Dd Jr.1T.it
- Pearson ...144 IJu im 77 Huns IK I" kI :ti 1
CLJUiSIO COATK. I'arbl-n ...lOi i4 la 4l llobanks ..ll Its i;i i, '
1st. 2nd. Id Tot. Harrington I ij It; la l Vsn DaU..H7 147 '
M -Ioigal ..14 1M la liiul'siu ,...1KI 7W 1 4- !
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I'M TREO QF TH
WAY 0U LOOK
AR0UMD THE HOUSE
rvc EHA,iE.O A
VAUET TO DRC1i)t3
HOW OLD OO Eta A
MAN IN SOCIETY
HrWE TO OC CiCroRE
HC'b ABLE. TO
DRESi HIMSELF! '
s r . 1 1
C f U INI III I
!i ' j ram
TO dREb YOU !
T BACK BEFORE.
BREAK A PERFECT'
N your dome
WHAT YOU SAY
TO ME.-40ES IN
ONE. CAR AND
THE OTHER t
INCOME NEARLY ONE MILLION
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Jan. H.-A dec
llllir IIUliMI I nCUO MUM I Colorado and Ohio, the enormous sum
Mlnti UniUH LUOLD luLniof $:;.&tl.i. This money was supplied as
iald alone snd does not Include amounts
. T j furnished for medical attention, attorney
Lecretie Torino; Tear Due to Long fM ,nd ,n0d(.n(ai ,,,i8, whirh amount
SniDemion of Work in Ito approximately t2.r In Ohio and a
mucn isrufr nuin in uiora.jo.
The report stated that the International
union received from various district
I unions ISiT.SnO to help the relief work In
i Ohio. Colorado and elsewhere. Whether
the dlstrlet unions are to be reimbursed
for these advances waa referred to the
convention for decision.
The report gave total Incomes for I'M 4
aa $,2L'2.742 and the expenditures aa la.
SK,W5. For lfi5 the total Income was
$1,W.60 and the expenditures tl.77fi.!st.
Secretary Green said that the balance on
hand December 1, 1T was 1192.S-tf.97. He
pointed out that this did not represent
the extlre financial strenuth of the union
because tho amounts In the treasuries of
the districts, sub-districts and locnls yens
not included and was not accurately
Income Nearly lllllon.
laratlon against military preparedness as
promoting a tendency toward war snd a
recommendation that the t'nlted Mine
Workers of America go on record as op
posed to the national administration
plans In this regard, were contained In
the annual report which William Oreen,
secretary-treasurer of the union, presented
to the convention of the organisation
The report showed a decrease In the
average paid up membership of the union
for tho fiscal year ending December 1.
m. but added that the figures were
'gratifying" in view of the conditions
of unemployment which confronted many I
of the locals. The effect of the Ohio and
Colorado strikes was dwelt on In con
nection with the membership and finan
The report said In part: '
J .tlany Mines Idle.
j "During part of 1014 and nil of ll."i the
I I'nlted Mine Workers of America, In com
mon with all other labor oritanizations.
j fet the blighting Influence ot an indus
I trial depression. Many mines were Idle
I for long periods and thousands of men
, were thrown out of employment. Tho
monthly reports of local union officers
I show thst these conditions were nation
Summarized statement for 1DI.' showed
that the greatest source of Income for
the union was tho per capita tax which
( tntaleri ttVi ftT.fl Assessments hmllpht In
t77.44. The greatest single Item of fx
I pendltures was for aid to strikers, the
total being l.i.,ol. Expenses and sal
aries of officials were more than l.-o.O"
a month and total for the year s07.
The account of the official Journal ot the
orgsnlnstion showed a deficit of t4'.s-!-The
report stated that there hud been
an Increased expense In changinS the
Journal to maRaitine form and In printing
parts of it in the Italian ami Slavish
languages as well ns in English. He said
that the publication promised to be an
Increasing financial burden on the organ
ization but thst the results In the way
of educating the rank and file of the
union to the nerds and Ideals of the
union mnde the publication worth while.
Of the new wnge agreements to take
the place of the present ones expiring
M'lrch ."1. he Haul:
The work will be trying and will test
the wldoni and ability of those who
represent you In these wases conferences.
Industrial conditions ate more favorable
now snd I hope as a result of the brighter
outlook we shall be able to work out
wnge contre.cts in every mining section
of the country without Involving our
membership in either a strike or lock
Historic Hotel Ilnraed.
MKRi'En Pa., .'an. IS. The Hotel
ll'imen, boi.t more than l0"! year ago and
which had entertained among many other
distinguished men. General Lafayette,
was destroyed by fire today.
Mi I II I
A . II I IM ON You r,AK4C .
f 1 l II Ml I A.
II i n a i
Luuas A f WUJ
1 a r a n i t 1
, ' iOOONE?)b I FOR THE.
S pf Vijl I HOW RUDE!! J 1 BENEFIT OP
S Cyir Tn w YO0R '
M HEALTH -YOU'D
W WU BETTER KEEP
fflrlW. T AWAY FROM ME-
unit , vv 1 1 . .. ' 2 t .ismtw,
V ti r m
in 1 ( iii
1 "It is but natural that this state of
'affairs would be manifest In the numer
ical standing of our organization. Our
laws provide that members who are idle
during an entlro month or more are ex
onerated from, payment of the per capita
tax and assessments. Our fluctuating
! paid-up membership with the large num
ber exonerated each month tells tho
"Notwithstanding all this the paid-up
membership has been maintained at a
comparatively high figure. The average
paid up membership for the fiscal year
ending November So, 1914 was SB, 333 and
for 1915 it was 311.786. IJctween 3.7,000 and
! 40,000 more members were exonerated
each month during 1914 and 1915 than
during 1913. It Is no surprise that we did
not Increase our membership, but rather
that we maintained our numerical and
financial strength as well aa we have."
Mtnatlon In Colorado.
Of the Corado strike, the report said:
"We are still spending large sums In
Colorado In the way of attorney fees.
court costs and incidenta; expenses caused
by the prosecution of a number of mem
bers of our organisation who have been
charged with the commission of various
crimes in connection with that bitter
"Judged from the standpoint of im
mediate results, the strike In Colorado
may not be legarded as a complete suc
cess; however, the moral effect resulting
from It Is bound to produce good results.
If tho sacrifices made will bring more
freedom to the workers of Colorado, then
all that has been done will have not have
been In vain." .
The Ohio 1914 strike wss called a "com
plete success" In the report and the union
was congratulated on the results achieved.
especially the abolition of screen mining.
Large Sams for Relief.
The drain of these two big conflicts
1 upon the treasure or tne union was
pointed out, the report saying:
"During 1914 we sent 1377.500 to Ohio and
11,882,000 to Colorado. In 1915 we sent $917.-
1 0UM to Ohio and $327,000 to Colorado. Within
the two years we expended for aid in
Why Not Save Largely
and at tlie same lime be- roiinin of sntitfylng quality nnrl broad assort
ment Jnntmry Sale Offer the Opportunity.
JLi ii6 TP DODGE DOUGLAS STREETS
17 Pounds Best Pure Granulated Sugar . . $1.00
4H-II). sack liest Hitch iral. Dia
mond H Hour, tho flour of qual
ity, per sack $1.15
10 bars Beat-'Km-All, Diamond C.
or Laundry Queen White Laun
dry Soap for !25c
10 lbs. Ilest "White or Yellow
Cornnieal for 2ttc
8 lbs. Rolled White Breakfast
Oatmeal for 25c
4 lbs. Best Pearl Tapioca, Fancy
Japan Rice or Lima Beans. .25c
6 cans Oil Sardines 10c
4 cans Fancy Wax, String, Green
or Lima Beans 2Hc
Gallon cane Golden Table Syrup
4 pkga. Best Domestic Macaroni,
Verniicella or Spaghetti. .. .25c
E. C. Corn Flakes, pkg 5c
W. O. C. or Krumbles, pkg...Oc
1-lb. cans Assorted Soup3...8)c
Mallo, large cans 10c
32-oz. Jars Pure Fruit Preserves
28-ot. jars Pure Strained Honey
7 lbs. Best Bulk Laundry Starch
MacLaren's Peanut Butter, per
lb., at 12Hc
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers,
per lb., at 7c
4 I6-01. cans Condensed Milk. 28c
New Honey, per rack 17 He
New Mince Meat, pkg 7Hc
Advo Jell for Dessert, pkg. . ,7Hc
6 crown Figs, per lb 15c
The BeRt Tea Siftings, lb. . .12c
Fancy Golden Santos Coffee, per
lb., at 20c
BUTTER, C'HKKSK, IIUTTKKIXE
The Best Creamery Butter, carton
or bulk, lb .31c
The Best No. 1 Country Creamery
Butter, per lb 20c
Tho Bent Dairy Table Butter, per
lb., at 27c
Fancy Full Cream. N. Y. Wliite or
Young America Cheese, lb.. 22c
Full Cream Wisconsin Cheese
per lb., at 20c
The Best Strictly Fresh Eggs, per
dozen, at 34c
The Best No. 1 Storage Eggs, per
doz., at 22c
2 lbs. cood Butterine 25c
Fancy Table Butterine. lb. .17Wc
The Best, equal to Creamery, per
lb., at 23c
Box Apple Special Wednesday
One carload of extra fancy Botse
Valley Roman Beauty Apples,
that sell regularly for $2.25 box,
Wednesday, per box $1.05
THK VKCiKTABMS MARKET
IX)H THE PEOPLE.
Wisconsin Cabbage, lb 1c
15 lbs. best Cooking Potatoes, 35c
3 large bunches Fresh Shallots,
Radishes, Beets, Carrots or
Turnips for 10c
Fancy Denver Cauliflower, per
lb., at 7ic
Radishes, Beets. Carrots, Turnips,
Parsnips, per lb ) 2c
3 large Soup Bunches 10c
Large Cucumbers, ea., 10c, 12c
Fancy Head Lettuce, head. . .7 He
Fresh Rfinarh. peck 28c
SPECIAL HIGHLAND NAVEL
ORANGE SALE WEDNESDAY
100 size, that retail at 60c doz..
Wednesday only, dozen 30c
-TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST-
TO STOP IT!
fc. .... Y
Ao (jP sxib r
"Tux" is the happy smokc."f It Just packs the smoker's calendar
so plumb full of fragrant delight that a gloomy day can't crowd itself
in edgewise. That mild, soothing taste of "Tux" has introduced
many a man to the joy of pipe-smoking and a regular unending
procession jfjiappy days. '
LARRY PRATT SIGNS
WITH SALT LAKE CITY
I'KOKIA. III.. Jan. Irry Pratt,
.atrhi-r fur tha Boaton Red . In tha
Hrln of ll6. arwl latr fr tha Brooklyn
and N'.wark cluba of th Ktral lrag-u.
l aa been airnM hy tha Kalt Lak rh.b of
tt a Taclflo Cnaat lec. ad-ord n to an
announrn:rnt todny. T'ralt will rrport to
Fait Ik City on Mar. h Hi.
MARCUS J. WRIGHT
"Owing to M mild.
$wtct flavor. Tuxedo h
superior to all other tobac
co, i enfaj amoving H
U to all tmoJcn. "
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
-By far the most pleasant pipe-smoke in the world it
Tuxedo. Think of the supreme .atisfaction of being able
to smoke your pipe all day, and day after day, without a
E article of discomfort 1 You can do it with Tuxedo
ecause Tuxedo is made wonderfully mild and absolutely
biteless by the original "Tuxedo Process."
That process is what makes Tuxedo different from
any other tobacco made. Others have tried to imitate
it, but never successfully.
Just try Tuxedo for a week and you'll smoke it ever
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