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TITF, BEE: OMAITA, TUESDAY, SlATiCU 21, 101 G.
BRINGING UP FATHER
Cenvrts-hl 1!S. Interna
tional Nl Service.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
that cicar out
OF VOOR MOUTH BEFORE
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iye eetH in THIS COUNTRY
Ye DEE.N TRAVELING
MORAN IS VICTOR
IN LEGAL BATTLE
Jury Qirei Heayyweight Challenger
Verdict in Suit Brought by
LAWYER AND BAN IN FIGHT
TEACHERS TO TRY
HAND AT FLIPPING
Team Composed of High School of
Commerce Teacheri Will Play
Regular School Quintet.
AVE TWO STARS IN LINEUP
NEW YORK, March .-Itt ordsr to
Hay th effects of lomt idwrw report
as to the physical condition of Jet Wil
ls rd and Frank Moran. who are to meet
tit a ten-round bout here neit Saturday
evening. Chairman F. A. Wrack of the
New York State Athletic commission, had
lr. Joseph M. Creamer, the oommUalon'
supervising physician, examine both men
Dr. Creamer in hi official statement
today eay In part:
"When I examined Wlllard on his ar
rival here some week ago I had doubt
as to whether the champion could get
fit for a hard battle in so ehort a, time.
1 am satisfied Wlllard I reedy right
now to go ten round at top speed with
Moran or anybody else, and that his
present condition Is a fine tribute to his
training methods, despite any criticism
to the contrary.
"Moraa bristling with vigor and
ready to fight when he returned her
from Saratoga two week ago. If pos
sible, he Is even better today than he
we then. Frank la hard. Iron and Is
very confident of success. Both man are
In prime condition.",
Light Wttk by Moraa.
Moran did only light road work thla
morning and then cam to the city from
Wettcheater. He spent the forenoon In
the city court, where he won a legal bat
tle. ' Den McfteUrlckV Moran' , "former
manager, sued him for 11.461 h claimed
te have advanced Moran before hi fight
with Jack Johnson at Paris In 114. ' Mo
ran did not deny the claim, but aald that
the money was to be paid out of his end
of the urse. That money. Moran testi
fied, is tied up by the Moratorium .In
Franca on account of the aar. The jury
derided In Moran' favor.
Both partle met later Id a restaurant.
Moran' counsel. Frank O'Neill, former
chairman of the Stala Athletic commis
sion, after a heated exchange of word
with McKettrlck, struck the latter on -the
jew. Then Harry Pollok. manager of
Freddie Welsh, world" lightweight cham
nlnn. took McKettrick iart and landed
a right smash on O'Neill mouth, cutting
the lawyer' UP. Moran took no part in
the fray, but acted a peacemaker end
separated, the combatant, it inauvea
O'Neill ta leave the restaurant. .
Moran will resume his training tomor
row, hut for the remainder! of the week
he will confine himself to only light
work ota th road and la the gymnasium.
Ckasap Cat Baa.
rfcamnlan Wlllard and hi trainer d
lded to omit tha early morning run this
week, and today th Kansas only took a
brisk walk. During tha afternoon Wll
lard. at his training Quarters, went
through bis usual setting up and banding
exercise. Then he boxed three rounds
with Oeorg Rodel, and an equal num
ber with Jerk Hemple. He nest took on
Monahaa for two rounds In th last or
which Monahaa. landed a hard left just
back of WUl&rd right temple and
' raised a lump there. Former Champion
Jim CorbetL who was at th ringside.
said: "Hello. Jeea. what happened? How
did you get that lump therer
wmiard Iawhe4 ae he replied: "Oh
That nothing. 1 must . of ran into a
flvins: club." '
Corbett was the center of an Interested
ktherln of ouailksU who watched the
big fellow go through his work. Among
thees experts were "Philadelphia' Jack
O'Brien. Oeorg Chip. Oeorg Munro.
lach Cross. Freddie Welsh and Billy
I Hj Foe.
Corbett and O'Brien as well as all the
others commented In favorable terms on
the champion's speed and ability. Cor-
beet said h bolleved Wlllard would win:
O'Prlen said the champion would out-
joint Moraa. but all agreed that th bout
ought to be a hard on. , ,
Spry young school teacher who Instruct
the young Idea of th High School of
Commerce will essay a little basket ball
ing tomorrow afternoon. The Instructors
bava organised a quintet and will play
the High School of Commere tomorrow
at S o'clock at the Young Men' Chru-
an association. '
Th school teacher are gambling in a
couple of atar flippers to carry them to
victory over the undergraduates. Thee
cracks sre Jim prummond and Chester
Linn. With these two shark and alx
other player the schoolmaster expect to
get through the game with no worse con
sequences than the neoessity of a few
subs for th teaching staff th following
Th game will wind up the season for
the High Hchool of Commerce five. This
a the first year the commercial school
as possessed a basket ball . team tnrt
while it didn't run up any great airing of
Victoria, th season ha been highly sue
oessful considering It wa th first year
for all of tha player.
A a preliminary game to the under
graduate-teacher contest th Commerce
Reserves will buttle th Commerce
Tramps. The lineup are as follows
MUlberg ' T
Fix. .............. F. I F..
Nlcnoleon -.!.,.,...F.i F..
Muskovlts ........ .O.IO..
O. .Reeve tj.G..
"1 I A .It WM.
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Realistic from the Invitation of the
Barker to the Clatiy Concert
at the Finish.
SOMETHING TO EAT AS WELL
"Ladles and gentisuiea, right this way,"
called th barker. Thumpblare played
the mock band, and Into the ring th
Bellevua college young women who live
In Fontenelle hall had formed a circus
company to entertain their frienls at
their annual house opening Saturday eve
ning. . Into th big dining room, com
pletely transformed Into a rope-encircled
circus, with rows upon row of seati for
the crowd, marched the parade. IVst
came th ringleader In a diminutive car
which bore th sign, "And a Mttl Ford
Hhall Lead Them." Then came the fun
niest clowns, afoot .or on tiny blryclvs;
tha motley band, a fat lady, a living
pumpkin, a wild woman from Borneo, an
Egyptian snake charmer, performing
monkeys with Giotto, their Italian keeper;
Mutt and Jeff, Caesar and Cleopatra and
a host of wild and woolly animal who
had forsaken their native state to grace
When th thunder of applause, which
greeted th parade, had died away, and
the last fierce beset had disappeared to
Its cage. Miss Marguerite Diddock, alia
Fifl Fljonl, band leader and ring master,
started th show. And such a show!
Lulu, th bareback rider aailed around
on her prancing wooden ateed with an
airy grara beyond oompar. Monkey,
clowns, fst ladle and tight rope walk
er did their cleverest trlok. Caesar
and Cleopatra raced In their chariot In
characteristic Latin foshlon.
The antics of th McOlnty family from
Mara evoked storm of applause. These
ungainly creature with their enormous
colored heads and their llllputlan bodle
danced about at th prod of a pole until
the assembled multitude threatened to
split its aide with laughing. Only then,
out of compassion for th frailty of poor
earth-born mortals, did they desist.
The program reach d Its climax In a
mammoth concer This musical event
held a peculiar Interest for everyone
present becaus by right of established
custom th songs which It Included con
tained spicy bits of pointed humor aimed
at all th pmclpal personage of th col
lege. At th concluson of th "big top" per
formance the guest were given th lib
erty of the hell and, following Inspection
of the rooms, refreshments were served
by the committee In charge under th
leadership of Melissa Louise Davidson.
Miss Margaret Schultx presided at the
punch bowl, which wa stationed on the
landing between the first and second
floors. The decoration were of purple
and gold and daffodil war used in th
large reception room.
GO ON INSPECTION TOUR
General Manager Walter. Superin
tendent Braden and Engineer Sohenok,
all of th Northwestern, left on a special
train on a week' Inspection trip of th
company line west of th Missouri river.
En rout they wilt pick up th several
division superintendents, who will be
taken over their respective divisions.
Th Inspection trip md by th North
western official at thla time ha to do
with Improvement and betterment that
will be made along th line during th
SENT TO THE COUNTY JAIL
AFTER HE FALLS TWICE
Three weeks ago Henry Kin of Dee
Molnea dipped on th icy pavement and
fractured three ribs. Sunday evening be
wa picked up at Fifteenth and Douglas
street, asserting that he had again In
jured himself. He waa given lodging at
th Salvation Army home, but early Mon
day morning was found lying on tha
pavement at Twelfth and Capitol avenue
in a state of Intoxication. - He was sen
tenced to thirty day In the county Jail
in an attempt to cur him of his "back
to th soil" tendencies.
Part of Estate of
Late Ralph H. Hall
O. H. Yates, assistant cashier of th
t'nlted State National bank, waa ap
pointed administrator of th tat of
KAlph H. Hall, who died on a farm near
lama, la., at th ag B year, by County
Judge Crawford. Tha Hall estate, it Is ce
lleved, la In the neighborhood ef HOO.OOO
and moat of thl amount will probably
be turned over to heir living In Douglas
oounty. Inoluded In th estate Is a col
lection of human skeletons. Hall picked
up, it Is said, something like a hundred
dead men's bones when h traveled over
land to Omaha by prairie schooner In 1834,
and ha has kept every one ef them all
Valuable Horse bars,
DETROIT, Mloh., March .-Twlve
race horses were burned to death today
In a fire which dnatroved six barns at
the Michigan state fair grounds, early
today. The horse were valued at 125,000
and th loss on th buildings wss about
130.000. The cause of the fir ha not
Rsmslaa Minister Restajaa.
LONDON, March 20. An Imperial uksse
announces the resignation of Alexi Khvo
etoff, Hussinn minister of the interior,
according to a Reuter dispatch from
Petrograd. Premier Bturmer is assigned
the portfolio, adds the dispatch, assum
ing Its duties In addition to those of the
He knows .v."" iX
his way V J j
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READ THE BEE WANT AOS
M THE GUY"
Jess and Trock
Lead in Doubles"
at Toledo Tourney
TOLEDO. O.. March 2ft F. Jess and F.
Trock of Milwaukee rolled UU for high
score In the doubles ef th American
Bowling congress tournament today,
but their marks failed to displace th
Omaha Floor Five
, to Play at Lyons
Tha U11 1 N!b 0V1 KAahnf Vm.11 team of
Omaha will go to Lyons. Neb., for a floor
tilt Friday with th Lyon Young Men
Christian anaoolstion quintet Thl
quintet la coachea by mysicei Director
physical director of th Omaha aocl-
Two Killed, Two Hurt
;As Auto Leaves Road
DUBUQUE, la.; Marrn J9.T. J. F1t-
patrick, an attorney, and hi bride of two
months were killed and Mra. Margaret
Morrison, mother of the young weman.
and Mra David Hack, daughter of Presi
dent Uorman of the Kock Inland railroad,
war" injured 'when' their automobile left
the road and' fell down a ten-foot em
bankment near here thl afternoon. The
occupant were pinned under the car.
which turned over. Mr. Fllipatrlck Is
believed to have lost control of the machine.
-lyEWLwW )' ( 0$L J U?TLV ) ( cVokS V
When you get puffing along at a Smile-a-Minute gait behind a pipe
ful of mild, mellow, good-for-a-fellow "Tux" you're bound to become
the Cheer Leader on the road to Success. ,
Hours Fixed for
Bird House Display
, at the City Hall
Thursday 'and l-Ytoay, from t a. m. to
.a p. m., and Saturday from a. m. to
p. m. are th hour fixed for th bird
house exhlrit In the city council chamber.
Commissioner Hummel has started to
collm-t tha bouses from the schools. Th
exhibit will be free to everybody and
icramltteea will b on hand to explain
the type of bird house.
There will be MO bird bouses In the
collection. Next week Commissioner
Hummel will place the house la the
PANAMA, Msreh 10 The Pactf!) Mali
Eieejtiatilp company aiut otlnr iinvs whoa
trurn r-y the Aineriuaa flag and call at
the S3 w k U: A a west euast ports have piaoed
an . aiubesso on trans-isthmlaa local
FUNERAL OF C. GR0SJEAN
SUNDAY'HERE 40 YEARS
Funeral service for C. Orosjean, aged
3 years, who died Friday at the home of
hla daughter. Mrs. Joseph Lee, Tit South
Seventeenth avenue, were held from
Cole-McKay's chapel Sunday afternoon,
with Interment In Foreat Lawn cemetery.
He had lived In Omaha forty year.
Tee Wtli ( laaat Uellef.
Dr. Hell's Plno-Tar-iiooey soothe your
cough, allay lolammatlon. loosen th
mucous and you braatii much better. J&c
AU dru -!;. jt,dvertloMKit. , ;
Rseeeas Ism Marie.
ROCKLANO. Me.. March . A mile
at the rale of Xu.ft& kmits an hour, more
than a knot In exreas of contract ie
qulrrinenls. was made by the torpedo
boat destroyer Tin ker durtna tta stand
ardisation trials today. The average for
five top speed runs wss 30.31 knots. The
Turners contract caiia for VH knots an
MARLEY 1V2 IN.
DEVON 1VA IN.
Pataona Baaeball Pitcbar, aayt:
TttxtJo geU to mt in a natural,
pleasant apoy. If uhat I call W
Aonesf, comjKinionablc tobacco th ttnJ
m euuf sut
The Perfect Pipe Tobacco
more joy-power to the pipeful than any other tobacco why? Because it's
the only tobacco made that will "not "bite" nor even try to "bite" the
most sensitive tongue and throat.
Tuxedo is made by the original, secret "Tuxedo Process" the only
process that removes all sting and harshness from
tobacco. And the tobacco used in Tuxedo is the
ripest, mildest leaf grown aged 3 to 5 years to
delightful fragrance and mellowness.
Tuxedo is widely imitated (did you ever hear of anything
original and worth while that wasn't?), but when you call for
a show-down in your pipe, imitation brands will quickly bite
their way out and leave you and Tuxedo together in peace.
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OC fettering, curred to fit pocket 1UC
2 FOR 24 GENTS
currrr peabqw en i hctmw wy.
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