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THE BKK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, mil'.
Jeff Was Only Trying to Do Mutt a Favor
Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
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Thrr rnmr from .Mlchlnnn, nnil
Neither Xrbrn.Ua, "Voire Dump;
nr Vsiitilerhllt Ik nnriiarnlseil
a inrchanlcnl contrivance, but ph sic Inns
say shn cajinot recover
Six Star Badger Playcri Placed oniBradshftW Team
All-Western Team. WmS SeVeil GaDieS
ONLY TWO NON-CONFERENCE MEN imAosimv, oc. a.-rfpecai..-
Rradshaw closed n successful season last
Saturday tiv defeating the Central City
Well school team 20 to 13. The score for
the sea.inn follow:
Hradsha' IS, Olltner 0; Drandshaw 13,
Aurora fleeonds 0: Hradshaws SO; P.enedlct
0; Dradshaw 11. Aurora- Bfconds 0; nrad
ahaw tS. Renedlet 0; Rradshaw Vt, Out
lier 0: Rradshaw 20, Central City High
school IX Total points; Rradshaw, 190;
FUNDS OF FOOT BALL GAME
GIVEN TOJELIEF WORK
PHIlADBTjPHIA, Dec. J About 124.000.
the proceed of the tale 6f one-third of
the tickets for laat Saturday's army-navy
loot ball game, will be turned over to
the relief societies that look after tho
widows and orphan of men dying In tho
two Bervlces, The contribution to the two
societies by the University of Pennsyl
vania a.i a result of the niwn played
now amount to more than JIOO.UV).
1I-Welerii fool Hall Team.
Xcsffsl Sod , ....Wisconsin
Bntlor Taokls Wisconsin
Xeeler , .Qutrd Wisconsin
D Jardlen ,,. Oanttr Ohlcuo
BhancrhBtaiy, . .Oaard Minnesota
Trlckejr Tookle Iowa
Tontlus End ZUohljran
SUlstt. , .Qnarttrbaok , .Wisconsin
Van SUper . ..Xslfbaok Wisconsin
Craig ....... Halfback Michigan
Tanbnrf .....rollback Wlsoonsln
Wisconsin dominate tho Alt-Western
foot ball team elected by K, C Patter
son for Collier's uiirt published In tht
week'a Issue. The ItarignrH are given six
positions, throe In the line and as inanr
back of It. The linemen are Iloeffol,
llutler and Kreler, and the other Had
gera honored hv Mr. ratteraon are (III
lettn. Van Itlper lind Tanburg,
I'ontlus and Cralr of Mlohlcan are
picked for end and hnlfbaok respectively.
Pea Jardlen of CIiIchho k'etn the center
berth. BhuUKhnesy, Mlnneaota'a atnc
tnckln. Is plnced at Ruard, and Trlckoy
Df Iowa la glveti a tackle position,
Commentlni, on his nelect!on from th
Material on the weateru arldlron this
year 5lr. Tatterson trrltns In part nx
"Captain Hoeffol of tho Unlveralty of
Wlaconaln waa probably the best end In
the west, although lin did not play ;
hard aa lin did the year before. His
rfaponslbllltlea na leader undoubtedly
had nometlilnir to do with tliRt. Hooff-jt
Is a fast man, la n Kood on the do
feiialve an on tho offensive, and starred
tt hreakliur up Interfoiencc. He iroea
own on punta with the best and Is a
Tonln Rtnr nt Kml.
"hr Hoeffol'a tenmmate at the other
end, ronUua of JflchlBiin not only fill,
tho bill, but hero undoubtedly was a atnr
end. He waa ono of the most valuable
men on the team, faat and heady, never
quitting, a sum tackier as well as other
wise stronn tho defense.
"There nro several (rood taokles. Of
the lot llutler and Shauchneany would be
Picked by the majority, but Shaueh
nessy'a usefulness extends beyond tackle
and he Is ncedod elsewhere. For all round
work Butler and Trlckoy look the beat.
llutler waa one of the moat asreroaslve
playora In the west. Ho waa not out
Played, durlntr the acason. Trlckey did
not tret the credit ho was entitled to on
account of being on n weak team.
"Ono can luirdly make a mistake In
Plcklnfc Kenler of Wisconsin for one
guard position, as this played did con
sistent work all throuch the aeuson. He
was not outplayed, waa fairly active In
open field work and helped out hla cen
ter, which waa an Important feature as
the Btiine was playei In Madison.
Sulfide nrt In MlnneaiitR,
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 3.-ramca Krlck
eon, a-ed EJ years, of Annadalo. Minn.,
is dead and Mrs. Julia ltyan la In a crit
ical condition at a local ihospltal us the
result of what pollc say waa an agree
tnent to commit suicide by poisoning In
a local hotel. Mrs. rtynn was revived by
GOPHERS BEGIN FOOT BALL
PRACTICE FOR NEXT YEAR
MINNKAPOM8, Dec. 3. With the 1918
foot ball season acareely out of the way
Coach H. U Williams last nlirht began
active praotloo for the rarnea of 1313,
more than a score of gridiron asplranta
reporting for the flrat workout In tno
University of Minnesota armory. Prac
tice will ba held onco a week, tho men
being given lectures and formation prac
tice In preparation for outdoor work next
JACK JOHNSON WEDS LUCILE, MILITARY SPIRIT IS NEEDED 'Democrats Mav Fierlit
With the Bowlers
, 1st. !d. 3d. Total.
Hansen .iw 21.1 192 Ml
Jaokaon 17B 14S 153 479
"'and ,im aw 221 605
Totals Si 649 671 tffiS
... 1st. id. 3d. Total,
hinjth us 179 m 4S2
Kisfr son 212 m n
Coupal 4 us 147 23 42
Totals B03 835 462 1547
, 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Simpaon ict 177 179 613
Ljangatrom tin 176 m 417
liollenberger 173 1&3 l.M 477
Totals 4p W6 498 M77
A. O. U. W. NO. 17.
Rchlndlnr 1W 18 161 651
J. Jaroa m its i.v km
HnmtU 1J I9.t 176 6X3
Totals $5 Ssii 487 1613
. . . 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Zeclunlester 143 132 1 47 402
nrown 1S3 141 Ifii! 40
1' lanagan 31 169 133 523
Totals...... 47 442 446 1,S85
DEACON .PRESS. .
1st. M. 3d. Total.
preen ii 155 1S9 537
Kr?ila 1S1 193 217 690
Mokrj- 1K1 in 1M 4go
Young White Girl Married at Home
of Pupiligt's Mother.
MOVING PICTURE PLAN FAILS
llrldearroom Prevented from Melllnir
Film Privilege for Fire Thou
sand Dollar by Chief of
CHIOAOO, Dec. 3 Jack Johnson,
negro pugilist, waa married this after
noon to Miss Luetic Cameron, the 19-year-old
Minneapolis girl, who recently
appeared ns a witness n twins t him be
foro tho federal grand Jury which re
turned Indictments charging him with.
violations of the Mann act.
Tho ceremony was performed at tho
home of Johnson'H nged mother on the
south side by 11. A. Roberts, a negro
preacher. In tho presence of a few per
sons. Including several newspaper re
Tho girl wore a tailor-made gray suit
of shepherd plaid and a largo black pic
ture hat. with purplo plumes. Johnson
had a suit of the same material espe
cially made for the occasion.
A curious crowd of nearly 1,000 men
and women gathered , outside thn housu
and a aqund of police waa kept busy
The plon of having a moving picture
film made of thq wedding ceremony, for
which Johnson wnn to have received
(5,000, was abandoned at the last mo
ment because Chief of Police MoWeeney
A woman newtmapcr writer was or
dered from the houao before the ceremony
because she offended Johnson by .asking
too many questions.
Chicken Dinner JJerreil.
After tho wedding on elaborate chicken
dinner waa served tho guests, a largo
wedding caka and numeroun floral pieces
being fenturaa of tho table decorations.
Johnson and hla bride have planned to
leave tomorrow for a honeymoon trip.
"I had a long talk with Miss Cameron
yesterday and we decided to be married
tonight," said Johnson. "I explained that
I had been blamed for 111 treating her
and that wo might as well be married
right away. She la alone In the world
now. Her motherhas left her and her
stepfather Is quoted as saying ho want
to have nothing more to do with her. Wo
love each other and I see no reaaon why
we should not be married. We will spend
our honeymoon near Chicago, but will
not leave the state." ,
General Bliss Addresses National
ST0RCH IS GIVEN AN OFFICE
phrsls fienernl 1 11 Kleeteri Trena
il rcr of Orannlr.at Ion nilaa
Predict General War 1"
NORFOLK. Va- Dec. S.-Rrlgadler Gen
eral Talker H. Bliss, of the UnUed States
army, addressing the National uuard as
sociation of the United States here today,
declared that certain college presidents,
profejsora and others, moulding the man
hood of the rising generation, had taken
a stand against the Inoculation of the
military spirit In tho youth of the na
tion that had a tendency to rob the
country of tho power and force which It
would some time In the future need for
self-preservation. The general said the
atand taken to remove the military spirit
looking to possible universal peace was
wrong. Ho urged with great force "the
keeping alive of the military spirit, upon
which tho honor and existence of our
country must surely depend."
General miss declared that while west
ern nations were looking to universal
peace, millions In tho eastern nations
were keeping allvo the spirit of war and
that fcoonor or later thero was bound to
come a great conflict botween tho peo
ples of the two hemispheres that would
demand trained armies and that tho
United fttaten must maintain national
honor and preserve Its dominions,
Officers were elected by the. association
President. General Thomas J. Stewart
of Pennsylvania;- secretary, General El
liott C. Dill of Maine; treasurer. General
Joseph A. Storch of Nebraska; vloe presl
dents'. Generals F. B. Wood of Minnesota',
Colonel W. G. Boles of New York, Gen
eral J, C. Foster of Florida, General
Charles I. Martin of Kansas, General
James Macklln of Maryland, General W.
to. ji inzer 01 uregon, ucnerai i m. uum-
k.U . a, , - n . . '
uuiu ut itimsuiiri. vtcnerai v, 1 . augnan,
Jr., of Virginia, Goiicral F. S. Dixon of
Illinois, Colonel Harry B. Smith of In
diana, General P. U Abbey of Michigan
and Colonel Austin Colgate of New Jersey,
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.-Presldent Taft
sent more than 200 recess appointments
to the senate today and Immediately Indi
cations of a movement among some of
the democratic senators to prevent their
confirmation became evident. Senator
Gore, It wan said, would have the active
support of several colleagues in heading
The campaign Is directed especially
against nominations, which, It is claimed,
have been postponed from time to time,
thus bringing the new terms close to the
beginning of the democratic administra
tion. Democratic senators claim the pres.
1 LX J f
Tolal 67 m 67.'
Jaroa if, 1-4
Potter H8 lffl
Kolanchlck 161 137
Totals I... 4SI
a striking new
style with an air sift.1.?
of distinction urir!
? Gives plenty of room to IS 1
show the tie. Preferred S
2 nowby well-dressed men ZZ 1 Mccuni'
wnn vnr ha 1oeA. I ,artl
431 46$ 1.243
COREY & M'KENHIE.
, ... 1st 2d. 3d. Totnl.
U Smith. ..t 143 12K 16S 424
I'Urahouse In lit 111 inz
(Johnson 19J 170 m 60s
lolals 443 417 44S 1,340
In the Metronolltnn turn. tl.u T-.
Te-Bi-Ce'e took two rameji sfrom th
Barton had high total of 6a.
'otals 424 4SS
1st. Sd. 3d Total.
Sir Thomas Lipton
is Visiting Denver
DENVER, Colo., Eec. 2. Sir 'Thomas
Upton reached Denver late tonight from
Bait Lake City. Among the dor.eni of
telegrams he ' found awaiting him was
one from Queen Alexandra of England
thanking him for his congratulations upon
the occasion of her sixty-third birthday.
"Now I wonder how her majesty knew
I was in Denver?" aald Sir Thomas.
An elaborate aeries of entertainments
for Sir Thomas has beta arranged for
tomorrow and Wednesday by various
Sir Thomas Lipton declared this morn
ing that he ta not aware of any plans
which Charles C. Allen may have made
concerning a challenge for the America,
"If ho haa made any plans," said Sir
Thomas, "they have been formulated since
my depatrure from England. This teport
of hla challenge may be true. Mr. Allen
Is a good clean sportsman, but whatever-
he may do will not affect my plans for
a challenge In 1916."
MRS. ALICE C. MITCHELL,
CLUB WOMAN, IS DEAD
OTTUMWA, la., Dec. J.-Mrs. Alice C.
Mitchell, aged 69 years, wife of Judge
J. (?. Mitchell, died here Sunday night
after a lingering Illness. Mrs. Mitchell
was one of the first members of the P.
E. O. Sisterhood and organized the Ot-
tumwa chapter Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution. She was prominent In
state club work, having represented state
societies at national conventions.
S "EQUINOX," same collar S
one-fourth inch lower. Both
made with the Patented I
"Lock-that-Locks" and 2 '
Totals T 4il m 47)
The Sporting News won two games
from the Brodecaard Crowns In the Com.
inerclal league. Score:
mm course they aro
Of mm ! Iarn m
mm Kaufman 142
IS ""l0" 152
5 2 for 3fc. Ouatter Sixes
22 For perfect fit aad tMaarteet
mm tyle try a LION coUar oai
mm LION sWrt. 2S
932 854 2.U1
lit. 2d. 3d. Total.
Totals, ..,... 766 840 J.4T3
CONTINUES TO IMPROVE
KwrilKUVILLE, la., Dec. 3,-Reasaur.
Ing reports were received early today re
garding the condition of Congressman
Frank H Woods, who Is confined to the
BLACK HILLS FARMERS
COMPLAIN AGAINSTj MILLERS
DEADWOOD, S. D., Doc 3--Special.-
The farmers and grocer of the district
lying In the eastern foothill country if
the Black mils, at a meeting recntl
held at Sturgts. discussed plaiu for tak
ing action against the (lour millers ot
Rapid City. Sturgla, Whitewood and Bell
Fourche, under the Sherman aml-tnrst
law, claiming that there exists a combi
nation in restraint of trade. They point
out that they have been receiving only
45 centa for their ifheat. while the mar
ket price at Minneapolis haa been 86 cents
They are prevented from shipping to the
better market, on account of tu; pro
hlbitlv ratea fixed by the railroads be
tween Black Hills points and Minne
apolis The rate on wheat is 21 cents. As th
wheat yield tbta year haa been law in the
affected district about eight bushels to
the acre the aggregate amount received
tor the crop haa not been great and they
are confronted by the pobUlty t
thai distress, by the announcement that
the tocal miller now have an hand all
tht wheat they will require and arc
about to rut the price, to 60 centa.
The retail dealers have received no bene
fit from the low price paid the farmers,
as they have been held "up for the high
est price by the millers, and are forcvd
to sell at a price that will meet competi
tion from Minneapolis. They say the
miller have been making a profit of 11)
rvr eMnt anH that th.v hiM hin r.lllnr
Gardaldn hotel with nnumnn(a it. i . .. . . . . , ..
. . , piiuiirii ior in. r innns ana m mai nca in
pautd a good night and his temperature pny for the wheat, leaving the revenue '
mnjww w 1 from the flour nracUcally velvet
The Yoke is prominent
in clothes. J
Our L System Norfolk
suits for young men show
it "cagey" styles that can
only be imitated, not equal
ed. $17, $20, $25.
Our Kensington over
coats have satin yokes or
1-4 linings in color to
match their fancy, plaid
self - backs tasteful but
stunning effects and great
values at $20 and $25.
The perfect collar and
shoulders and the graceful
drape of thes6 garments
will convince you at once
of their complete superior
ity over the nondescript .
clothing which you can buy
elsewhere at alleged "re-
Our Kensingtons reflect
genuine art in clothes build
ingthe most we ask is a
chance to show them to
MACEE it- DECKER
ident already mis .it'..i(i the deniu-ciatx
of the privilege nf appointing iWOO post
masters by placing them within the civil
service Ihw by a single order.
Most of the democratic senators ex
pressed themselves as favoinble to a
"discriminating obstruction." but several
progressiva senators, whose nsslstimce
had been counted on did not appear will
ing to co-operate, It Is understood,
Among reappointments mado by Presi
dent Taft during the recess of congress
and sent today to the senate for con
firmation was that of Edgar K. Clark of
Iowa as a member of the Interstato Com
The Persistent and Judicious Usef .of
Ncwspuper Advertising Is tho Road to
Escapes from Jail
PIERRE, 8. I).. Dec. 3. Thomas Con
don, who was held In Jnll nt Dupree, S.
D., n the charge of murdering Joseph
Narcclle, escaped last night.
IS BACKJN WASHINGTON
(From a Ht.iff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Dec. ,V-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Representative O. O. Lobcuk
reached Washington today, He will bn
nt tha.Driscoll nt present. His wife and
daughter aro not with him, but they are
expected In tho holidays.
Gift Suggestion for His
Christmas a Gillette
TO the man you have in mind, a
Gillette Safety Razor will be a
' Christmas remembrance of peculiar
value and service.
Whatever the importance you attach to
your gift, you will find a Gillette Safety Razor
set of appropriate value and design. Forty
different styles $5 to $50. Everything from
silver-plated to solid gold.
If he already owns one of our Standard sets,
give him a gold-plated one; or a Pocket edition;
or .one of our Travelers' or Combination sets.
Of one thing you may be sure he will use your gift
and praise the good sense that prompted so practical a
Look for the Holiday displays of Gillettes in the dealers'
windows. Make your selections where the assortment is
For a small gift, every Gillette user will welcome a packet of
Gillette Blades 50c. or $1.00.
S af ety (53) Razor
No Stropping -HTUSSa- No Honing
KNOWN THTIaaaTvORLO OVER
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