Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 07, 1916, Page 4, Image 4

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    T1IK"11KK:' OMAHA, TITOS PAY, MAIDH! 7, 1016.
BRINGING UP FATHER
Copyright. 1?. Tntema
tlnr.al Nevi Bervic,
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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OWEN DAILY HURLS
D.EFI TOME WORLD
, lightweight Champion Potted $250
Forfeit Money with The Bee
that He'll Meet Anybody.
CHOOSES JOHJTNT EHLITES
Ray Psge, who controls the affairs of
Owen Dally, the lightweight wrestling
rhamplon of the world. Mew Into Omaha
i yesterday and rfrded to write a few
! checks.
j Tact aaw in a local paper a few day
: ego an article that apoka of Johnny
' Flutter, In mora or less glowing: terms.
: Home ft me ago Dally twisted the tall of
, Mr. BUMter and Page can't figure where
Bllllter stands to receive any flowera
when Daily doesn't.
; Accordingly Mr. Page aorlbbled a check
for the aum of 1260, regular,. American
money, and deposited It with tha eport-
' Ing editor of The Bee.
"This KM," said Page, 'Is forfeit
money that Owen Daily will wrestle
Johhnv nilliter, wlnner-talie-alL any old
time HUUter la willing) The forfeit money
; or any. part of It or an additional $26
: to boot can go as a aide bet If Billlter
ha the nerve to accept.
"And, again, Daily Is ready to let that
i t'M stand aa forfeit money that he'll
mtxjt any wrestler In the world at 1
pounds ringside," continued Page. "Daily
l the lightweight champion' of the world
I and Is ready to defend that title against
'any and all comers. If anybody wants
to wrestle Owen Daily who, as you know.
la another of the Nebraskay-mad cham
pions, that WVO will stand at our forfeit
money that we will make good our boast
All anybody has to do- is .over that for-
1 felt money and tha match Is arranged
1 Any ambitious lightweight grappiers
whe think they have something on Daily
t are, invited to apeak right up. the sport
; Ing' editor of The Bee has the money '
Handicap Shoot
at Omaha Gun Club
Won by Doc Frye
A. C. Frye won another leg on th
bronc trophy at the Omaha Oun club
shoot Sunday. Frye broke eighty-nine
targets, which, with a blind handicap
of fourteen, netted him a perfect score.
Henry S. McDonald was high for the day
by cracking ninety-two rocks, but his
andlcap wss only rive, making nis toiai
ninety-seven, ficores
Bhooter.
t Krye
Henry C McDonald..
I . HOinngaworin..
Clifford Wolfe
O. Koberts
George Relic.k
Hert Dixon
Kay (,'. Klngnley
Harvey Colvln
K. Btuari ....
Uants
II. DerMehren
Arthur Keellne
George Brandel
Dawson
Dr. Stewart, New .
Coach at Nebraska,
!; Pays Lincoln' Visit
i
$SCOVS. Neb., M$ch . fffpeolal TU
urmn.l-A day ahead of schedule, Dr. E,
J. jHtewart of the Oregon Aggies, ' Ne-
rka's new athletlo director, arrived In
l.lrtcoin today to visit a few daye end
e4 acquainted with .-the undergraduate
; loy of the school.
:r. Stewart will be entertained at
nA Ver by the athletlo board tomorrow
nlrfht. '
he new director will be a meet
Wednesday night at a banquet which the
Hifsker athletes are tendering to Jumbo
siirh.m, who leaves soon to take up his
nek duties at Indiana university.
The rest of his time wilt be dsvoted to
tt high school basket ball tournament
nhfch : opens Wednesday.' Dr. Stewart
ill leave Thursday night Instead of re-
inainlng for the wind-up of the tourna
inant as he must be In Portland next
Monday, when the track season opens
fof the Oregon Aggies.
Iowa Player Will
j , Join Rockford Club
i
IOWA CITT. la.. March, t-"peclal Tel
egram.) George El Snyder, for th
years star outfielder on the 'university
Hall nine and a junior In the col
lege of law at th present time, haa
wlgned to play ith Rockford. Illinois
Thrce-I league, team nest summer,
I
were as
Broke.
follows:
Hdp. Tot.
n 14 1
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81 1 W
HO 17 17
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7 1 M
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70 IS M
M 26 81
BROOKLYN POOL SHARK
LEADER IN THE RACE
PttrAOO. March .-Oeorge CTark. the
Brooklyn pool expert. Is safely entrenched
for a day at least In first place in the
ace for th national rocket billiard cham-
plonahlp., Clark Is not slated to penorm
Monday when the tournament Is resumed
and his reoosd of four victories sna no
defeats assures him of the lead for a
nil. The standings:
Won.
Clsrk '.
Petri ,
Orrenleaf
Blankenehlp
Layton
Wanton ' J
Cnncannon , v,
finlllU ..,.i..,..
Fink J
Taherskt J
Allen ,..4'.i..v. ..,.! 1
fatllro
Chapman - s 0
Lnat.
Pet
.750
.7M
.7W
M to
.HO
.WW
.rw
. .oun
.000
EDDIE PULLEN IS
iOO-HILE WINNER
Takes George Washing-ton Sweep
stake at New Aioot Speedway
Barman Second.
COOPER HAS TIRE TROUBLE
LO ANGELES. March l.-Bddie Pullen
won the Oeorge Washington sweepstake,
a loo-mlle automobile race, which was the
feature event at the opening here today
of the new Ascot speedway. His time
was 1:10:41
Bob Burman finished seoond and Karl
Cooper was third. Their time was 1 O il
and 1:33:44V;. respectively.
For the greater part of the distance
the race was between Pullen and Cooper,
with one or the other leading the field
up to the eightieth lap, when Pullen
forged ahead. Cooeer was delayed by tire
trouble and Burman moved up Into sec
ond place.
A crowd estimated to have numbered
n, 000 people witnessed the race. No speed
records were broken.
Cahe Trip toatk.
CHICAGO, March Twenty members
of the Chicago National league team, led
hy Manager Tinker, departed today for
the spring training ramp at Tampa,
where they are due to arrive Tuesday,
Omaha Jewelers Will
Attend Convention
Between a half dosen and a dosen
Omaha men expect to go to Orand Island
this week for the state convention of the
Nebraska Jewelers' association, which Is
to be held there March 8 and 9. Those
who have definitely planned to go are T.
L. Combs, C. E. Reese, T. J. Bruner, A.
F. Smith and Pol and Clarence Bergman.
J. H. Riffe of Hastings Is president of
the association.
BURLINGTON AGENTS ARE
GOOD MARKS START
BOWLINGJOURNEY
Some of Early Shooters at Toledo
Roll Into the Prize
Money.
DRIVES IN GOOD CONDITION
TOLEDO, O., MKrch . Faster work
than has ever marked the early perform
ance in a national tournament was shown
here today when the minor events of the
j American Bowling congress sTot under
HOLDING FAMILY MEETING j "r"" 3 fh
m i a w t est wv v a jg miw ivi&u sag iiw
Thirty division superintendents and gen
eral agents of the Burlington lines west
of the Missouri river are assembled at the
Omahn headquarters for a family meet
ing, lining up the campaign for spring
and rammer business. In another room
at h'tadquarters the members of the
freight claim and damage committee are
holding their .monthly meeting, disponing
of routine matters.
Cleveland Americas Wis.
NEW ORLEANS. March .-The Cleve
land Americana won their first exhibi
tion game of the training season here to
day, when they defeated the New Or
leans team of the Southern association,
to 6. Two home runs featured the contest.
Individual event, while J. Broderlck and
R. Mollenkopf of Cincinnati ran first In
the two-man event with 1,152.
The first shift of fives saw the Over
land Front Axle Installed In first place
with 2,674 last night
Heenans' fast series in the singles In
dicated that the drives are exceptionally
good for high scores here, especially as
another too count was made on th same
phift by F. J. Wensel. a local man who
got 617. Several other positions were
landed that promise to secure good slices;
from the prise list
Key to the Situation Bee Want Adi.
Light Company Has
New Proposition
to Light Streets
President Harries of th Omaha E3ec
trlo Light and Power company submitted
to th dty council a revised proposition
In connection with street electrle light
ing. The changes made In th previous
propositions are that the company agree
that at the end of the five-year period of
a propoeed contract th elty may pur
chase the equipment of the street light
ing system upon the appraisal plan,
whether the city wishes to operate a mu
nicipal plant or merely own the equip
ment and buy current from th com
pany. The company made no offer to furnish
current at this time on the basis that
the city Install Its own equipment. It is
proposed in this revised proposition that
the company print street names on the
lamps.
The matter will be dlseussed at the
meeting of the elty council committee of
the whole next Monday morning;.
PROWLER THROWS ROCK
THROUGH WINDOW OF HOME
Thomas O.
fifth street,
while sitting
Holt, 630 Bouth Twenty
narrowly escaped Injury
In a rocking chair In his
home at a late hour Punday evening,
when an unknown man hurled a rock
through the window by which he waa
sitting scraping a large piece of wood
from the back of bis chair.
The rock, which was a medlum-slsed
one, passed through the window witn
such velocity that It broke only a smalt
hole In the pane and then tore a large
rent in the curtain which was drawn
down.
B
jTvromxxHXionramKsl
fi Sore Throat
Chest Pains
Tljjhtoe acroe the chest an4
sore throat esn at once be relieved
bj applying: Sloan's Liniment It
foes right to tha seat ot pain
warming and soothing tha painful
parts. Tha Inflammation subside
and tha pain U on.
Sloan's
Liniment
KILLS PAIN S
"Keep bottle la your borne," M
Price tSo. age. (UN
IsOOatnisfHXMKXMKMXa
MUTT AND JEFF
By BUD FISHER
r
Maay Hit la TBI oaaae.
AN ANTONtn. Tex., March . Twen-
ivm hlt Including three horn runs,
marked the second game oi in prw-nua
series between Hhe HL Loul National
and Ban Antonio of th Texas leacue.
athlrh Hi. ljiuta won. 11 lo v. merenT
evening lit th score or the seris. isroi-
m ,r ti viHttnre ana woueii tan
Dunckel of Ban Antlonlo hit for four
base.
Red O teat.
nvflNNATI. March . The Cincinnati
National league base ball team left here
today for thnlr soring training camp ai
Hhreveport, 1. K.lHhteen playera. Includ
ing Slanaaer tieraoir. mane me journey
from here. The remainder of tha team
will Join this squad after they arrive at
bhreveport.
HOUSE OF HOPE IS IN
NEED OF ANEW HORSE)
.
. "Dobbin" la Incapacitated. Dobbin la
good old steed, and he has labored long
and faithfully for the House of Hope,
but, like many of Its Inmates, he Is now
no longer able' to haul the wagon and haa
been pensioned. Rev. Charles W. Bavldge
asks for another horse. He says he Is
sure that some kind folks who have
bought an automobile have a horse which
will be able to do the work and which
they will give for a good cause.
C6.6 THIS NrV.TOR.rVU
HlVCOn. SAMS tHCCT
COWS AIN'T GOT (6
TtECTHe THKT'3, .
NSWJ TO rAE.
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PAUL MURRAY DIGS UP -
j COUPLE OF WALLOPERS
Dewey Hlckey and'Kid'' Ives' are th
monikers of two youths of th lightweight
ciikxs whom Paul Murray announce h
he dlecovored. Paul say they are a
l.rijmlalng pair and h has already
matclid Hlckey to fight In PlalnvUw.
Nob., on th 17th of Rt. Patrick. Paul
oays the crowd waa so great atTny
P:rraon'a blackamlth shop. Twenty
fourth and Franklin, rets, while h
'' working the boys out Bunday that
the door had to be closed.
FfSHER SHWsSPEED ON
j STOCK HARLEY-DAVIDSON
t
specially constructed ratios' machine
prvexl no terror to Jim rHher whose
in.ftorcycle is a regular, fully equipped,
tiiyw HaiieyDavldson model. Sunday.
Klhr trimmed up the raoer with.eaa
ffral times and th hoatlle rider a as
ccSijMflled to admit Fisher Is torn pilot
anjl (H Harley-Davldaon Is ronsldHrable
gas bike,
MniDSOFjMU-
MATISM, ONE SURE
MODE OF TREATMENT
Whether your trouble Is Sciatica, laim
bago or the dreaded Articular Rheuma
tism, the answer is the same. Tou must I
rnat It through th blood. That Is th
only way to rid th system of ario acid,
purify tha blood and revitalise the nerves
If the blood Is freed from Impurities,
Hheumatlsm must go. This, In short, la
the knowledge gained by the laboratories
of the 8. 8. B. Co. These tuts have been
made for fifty years. They know what
Rheumatism la. They know that B. B. B.,
the remarkable blood tonlo, Which they I
originated, will relieve you of Rheuma-1
tlam. The recovery of thouaands of auf- I
ferers by the use of S. B. 8. Is proof that
you can be relieved. 8. B. 8. Is a blood
tonlo i purifier that restores the blood
and maka It pure as It was before it
became polaoned wrh Impurities. 8. R. 8.
gives It strength to drive out these fan-1
purities and with them the Rheumatism.
Get B. B. B. at your druggist's. If you
need spechvl advice, write Bwlft Specific
Co., Atlanta, da. '.'
I . ,
Guess this one: Whyis "Tux" the one non-bite to
bacco? Sure! you got it- because no imitator has ever
yet solved the riddle. of the "Tuxedo Process," of course.
That "Tuxedo Pocess,
long time.
STURGES AND CHAMBERS "
WILL BATTLE TONIGHT
J
Arthur Btur
"(1 play a SM
Jrges and W. -N. 'Chambers
SfA-poInt billiard metuh at t he
fcj-fva parlors tonUht to settle the tie'
r.. third place In th recent state bil
lit.fd tournament, ahk-h waa won by
Por Itutlae, 4,Ura FraarkUt.
l-t-'I'AK KAT:r, T . Muc h g -Fort
I iriK i.iy.KH urn lit ft a frKprMi In
(r."- AK '.fllion in !,! f Ken.
' h. vhl'-h eui r-r, red ( frnnchlc In
il..; i; inUfiiloii enriy In the year.
. Aiw. -
. MARLBY 1V2 IN. t
DEVON IVi IN.
ARROW
COLLARS
oorrrr if about cq i wenKyr my.
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mak pipe-making a real pleature."
The Perfect Pipe Tobacco
by the way, has had 'em all guessing for a
It was invented by a physician years ago,
and it remains today the original and
best process for making tobacco mild,
wholesome and healthful, anl for
removing every trace of bite.
Join the thousands of happy pipe-smokers who
have learned that Tuxedo brings comfort, content
ment ;and satisfaction. Try Tuxedo for a week,
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