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HEBNER LOWERS OWN MARK Hotel in Bermuda
Sets Backstroke Recbrd for Hun
dred and Fifty-Yard Swim.
Leased for Yankees
Cj FORMER RESIDENT OF OMAHA
P Onlf Nfn riarnre Marked I In
k mtnil mnlrnr Athlrtlr Dnlmt
hnniplonalilpn A -fii n 1 1 all r-l
One of Lat Year's Sensations
NUW VOltK. Jan. 10 -An entire, hotel
I at Hamilton. Rcrmuda. Ims been lense.d
for the urn of tin- Sew York American
league Inh during the spring training
session. Rosines .Manager Arthur Irwin
of that team. Hft'tK with Mahugcr Frank
Chance's nppro'al, sJosAl hv cable
today the option he IihiI secured on the
hotel, which stands ulthlri In thmi
jfe V. minntrv WHlk from the Hamilton
P CHICAGO. Jan. 10. H. J Hebner of Chi- cricket field, whore the twin will j.mc-
' caco. world' chnmnlon back stroke. Ti,n i,,i, unt i i
swimmer at 150 yalds, net a new mark from thin cltv arid n tralnlnc table will
for the distance here tonlKht lit the Cen-. ho culiihUnlied. t n oxpectd the puny
traJ Amateur Athletic union awlmmliix will Ineluile fifty men. plnycrit, train
harnplonhl. Homier awnrn If yards rrJi CU, offlclalu, newnpniwir ttrltem and
In the Illlnola Athletic rlub'n tank Inlothera.
1 UH. Mia former reconl tvna 1:52. The cllih today received the Mulled con
Kenneth IluxzBKhY worlda" champion at j tract of I'ltcher Jack WurhoP, who la
fifty yorda. failed to ctiiinl hla record of lpem!lnic the winter In Freeport, III.
O.SJ nnd the fifty yards ChlcaBo Ath-
N telle I'nlon meet championship Wtta won .limper IJooiHrln, Onrxnien, Drnil.
by A. C. ruithel, of the Illlnola Athletic , Nl'Av YORK, Jan. 10,-Janper Goodwin,
tub In 0:K. lluazaKh waa aecond by , ",""." '"''" Columbia tmlveralty
- . four In IK78, which won tlje' only erw
The mile Central Amateur Athletic
union championithlii wua won by Verry
( McOUIIvray of the Illlnola Athletic club
In UM. Halthel wan aecond, elclity yarda
Kubo Muniuard. thu Giants' greatl
southpuw, linH continued in the lime
light throughout thu winter, but not
In it n enviable way. IIIb uHKOciutlon
with n young woman of the vaude
ville stage han brought him much no
toriety. Thu latest report about Itubc
is that lie intends to quit base ball.
It waa rumored yesterday that
Muniuard and Ulosnom Seeley, the
Vaudeville actress with whom he
eloped from New York in November,
were In Omahn, but a careful search
failed to locate them.
Defeats Sutton in Eighteen-Onc
Balk Line Billiard Match.
b behind. McOUIIvray, who Is Ilrltlnh 100- , TORONTO, Jan. 10. At lufferln nark
S varda champion, tiacd tho crawl stroke 1 V" "ftornoon, Royal Orattnn. owned by
V. ll the wav nnd led from tnne In tnnn. i '.'. ' arn-Y ""' 'IrUlUI by Nat liny, won
nico ivcr taken by Americans ut llenloy,
died at his home here today.' 1M Was H3
years old. Death Was due to u general
lee Itrennl llroUen.
the first heat of the 2:W) pain In 2:13Vi.
i. ..., AA " "V ,11.,. VJ. ,,M 'Ill 17 1
.uii-imci KiciiunniiH i" v-ihcb, redliclmc th(. world's record for n mllo
urds breast stroke Intvrimtlonul chain- , In a race on Ice. on a two-lap track by
plon, took part In two handicap cvonta, 1 seconds.
tiut failed to secure a first place.
limit ii nnd It Iters Matched.
1A3S ANOI4L.KS, Cal., Jan. J0.-"Knock-nut"
llrown, the New York IlKhtweluht
nnd Joe Rivers tif I.os AiiKelrs wero
niutched today to flRht twenty rounds at
Iho Vernon arena on the afternoon of
With the Bowlers
Harry J, llehnpr formerly was a resi
dent of Omaha.
'Tommy Bresnahan to
Meet Charlie White
Tommy Ilrennalmi. and Charlie AVhltu
Will tni.i-t tnnlelij In n U'Kll.nin IMtnfl l.n.
round flaht' in Hie All'.Hnr'.Hf.ti'rhiV nl-Aim t 1.
at South Olndlm.'rfijerest In the bdut Is M,x",
runnlmr hlsl. and It promises to be ! ,ho r r'
prolific of amiisi'tiient for followers of
ttio rlnff. Rrcanahnn Is a South Omaha
product and for some time lins been In
training at New, Castle, Vu. lie has
been In tha flKhtlnp game for two years
nnd has scored several Important vic
tories, llo flhts hard from tho start
n...l It mi in llw. flr.l.li Wlill,, lu Ortlliail
.... , ; Jjjlnl
nio r ciever mixer ana naa a booo many
ho Ileselln Mixers took thrjc Kamea
ninuns. ine scores;
Unlim .. .
polnta about him that will keep Itrrsna
hull well Interested.
TRAVIS ELIMINATED IN
PINBIirnST, N. V.. Jan. 10. -Walter J.
S Travis, Qarden City, was clmlnated as
S h championship aspirant In toduy's se'.
Int. 2d. 3d. Total
W IS7 19 Pfi7
11 IV) 134 4M
i i.v) im m
1 SI7 .601.
'I. SI, Sd. Total.
mi mi x
VM IK 17:1 llo
i:ts ir. iei tta
ASi 610 ,IM Ml
GOES THIRTY-TWO INNINGS
Sutton's Lend of Xpt ent -'l'v In
Tttciitj-.lnli Ittiiliii; Overfiime
lij' Clin Million In llrllllnnt
PITTSUUROH. Jan. lO.-Ora, C. Moin
liiBstar of Pittsburgh, world s champion
nt 18.1 bulk tine blllhiidH, tetniiK-il Ills
tltlo tonlKht by defeating Ooorsc Button
of CbicuKo. .Vfl to I7S The Kuinu Went
Sloinlutfstar made an average of
15 20-3i anil Sutton 13 13-31. I IlKh runs
were: MomliiKHtar, 6.1, 50, 47; Button. 6x,
43, 14. i
MornlnRHtnr won the tlt.i- from Sutton
In ChlcttKo .May IS. Vil2. imu this Is the ,
flist match they hav.- pl.iycd clin'e tho
PlltsburKh player beemn' the chnmplon
Tl chainpU'i; ,.;vi'-j' "ik ".w Vy
forKliiK ahead, but was caught b Suttoi.
In tho tenth IniiliiK. the score ut that .
time belnK HI to 111. cutton then gained '
tho lead and held it until the last few
innings of the game. '
The excitement came after the tucnt
nlnth InnluK. Sutton ut that time had a
lead over MnrulnRStar of scvent -two.
.Moniingstiir. who bad regained roufl-
j deuce In himself, mude a run of fifty-
nine In the thirtieth Inning. Sutton fol
lowed with the small rcore of eight In,
the thirty-first Inning- MoinlngEtar puel
Sutton's score by a run of forty-t'irec .
g;olni; to within one point of M0. Ho
tulfsed on the last shot. Sutton came up,
madti one shot and failed on the second.
The balls were left In such n position by
Sutton's final play that all the champion
hnd Jo do wab to slnjt and the game uas (
i MornliiKaliir n.
H, 3, 1, 'S. 47 1. 4,
Tho Omaha llloyclo Indians won two
KoinuH from tho Rogers Permits lu the
Commercial !ruue. Tho scores;
OMAHA DIt'YChK INDIAN.
1st. "1 .1,1. Totnl
"oolil , S3
r.... w . t-. . ....... .ic,iuiriiii ,isi
uuu uiuicii yiay ui mo i-inciiuini irimi i leyt , 1(77
15 nnmiai midwinter kolf tournament. Rot).
eit Hunter of Woebum defeated Travis
ready for tho early luttoductlou of u I
resolution for it constitutional amcmU
niett nnd claim Oiey are receiving enough
encouragement to assure an easy victory
for this session.
;i two up and .0110 to play
roxhllls, won the closest match of the : ,
M day from T, n. Hoyd, Algonquin. A four 1
fiu iip ii tot. rim -es-n.r ,, li
dded the contjst. pther winners In tlui
K first set wirm 0 ,1 Reeker, Woodland.
jj from C. P. Herbert, Chicago, 8 up and-5
l to play; USt liobison of Rockhlll, fron
S 11. W. Coran;j5aUlmbr, B up and 4
Totals M ,e5 . Stii
?d. 3d. Total
J. I In winy HI
OI.I) STYL.K I .AO KHH
WESTERGAARD MAY MEET
TURNER AT EARLY DATE
S Jess Wesleri;aiV lieav-welpht cliatn-
I plon of America. ipxcliidlnK Frank OolMi, ' Titul . SOI
j and O. W. Turner of Knuth Dakota, who ' PRAYS
has been, throwing some, good men within 1st.
! tho last fnV months, nro both willing to j Mitchell 173
' n nii,i.ll Tlluff. ut Iho nnilllnrluin BtOetXCl 137
9 :.. r. :.:. . v.:.:: ;. . m
f niHj ovrrj ejiuit i'vihk iooic i mooi
tho men together for tv fliUHt matah.
IKecdlove has b$n In comnmnloutlon
with both men for several weeks and
S ihrmii'k n ltt,T Tilesdav from Wester
tranrd and one Thursduy from Turnqr
las btvn nssured that thoy are aiuldus
to get together for n 40 and 00 por cent
Jlvislon of tho gate receipts.
MANAGER OF ST. LOUIS
CLUB KILLED BY FALL
Arthur llotTinnii Ailnms.
'CHADRO.V. Neb., Jan. 10. (Special. )
Tho body of Arthur llowman Adams, who
t:: dltid nt Hot Springs, S, I).. wna bulrvd In
4Ss ' (Ireenwood cenieteo' AWlnesday after
Ml , niion, services ut tho residence, conducted
m I by Rov. V. I), Ranflo,!! of Grace ISplsro-
2ift7 i Pl church ond at coinotery by the lodges.
All business houses were closed for two
Deceased had l-,en.,nt Jlot Springs, S.
D lu n liospltal.uudorKoliiB n otcra
tlon fnun which he' did' not recover. Ho
was born at Rnclno, Wis.. December 10.
J87S, moved to - Lisbon, N. D when C
yeats old and where his father. Rush S.
Adams. Is a prominent banker, the mother
i.i .... i imvltti iIIpi! nbout onn year ago. Nime
Then Engagement of
Couple Announced, v'
la, 0, 0k 2. SI. 13. 13. 0. 63. 12, 0, S, lti, '
3 0. ill, '17. :S. 0. f9. 43. 1. Total. M0.
' Sutton-G 0. 13. 0. 1. 32. 23, SO. 1. 2 2. '
12, 4A- 16. 22. 3.. 0. II. 43, 1. f.S. 13, 20, 3. 10.
OrJiUySt'U. S. 1. Total. 478.
V . ..
All Foods Advance
During the Year but j
Potatoes and Sugar
WASHINGTON. Jan. 10-SoarIng
prices of foodstuffs are pictured In n 1
new Bet of figures compiled by the Vnltnd
States Department of Labor from Its In- '
stlgntion of tho cost of living In thirty- i
nlno American cities.
ST. JOSKPH. Mo.. Jan. lO.-After Milton , Retween August, 1911, and August. 1912, I
Tootle, Jr., millionaire banker of St. Jo. only two things decreused In price pota-!
seph, had the marrlago of his son, Oeorgo toes nnd sugar. Meanwhile everything ,
Duckworth Tootle, to Miss Kanoul Trav- ' elso advanced.
vrs annulled In, ciiurt yesterday lu an- Hoston sirloin steuk advanced 21 pec
nounced thut the two' are engaged. ! cent, in Uuffnlo" 19 per cent, in Atlanta S
Young Tootle and Miss Trnycrs. also of 1 per cent. In Chicago 19 per cent, and In
u wealthy fumlly. eloped to Troy, Kan., Rirmlngham 15 per cent,
and wero mafiled Tuesday. He Is IS years Rut tho figures showing the advance In
old and she la 19, but he gave his age as j prices during the last ten years show the.
21. Tho elder Tootle was 'away at tho following increaser:
time of, ti elopcriieht. ;W,lien he re-j Sugar, 0 per cent; butter, 34 per cent;,
turned ho took the' matter, up In rourt hud , milk, 35 per cent; flour, 33 per cent, po- j
had the marrlago. annulled on the ground tutoes, 46-per cent; eggs. 47 per cent; lard, ,
thut It nus.lllcgaL i'.t. j'. , 57 pfr cent; hens. X) per cent; sirloin
Immediately After tlio marriage ,was an-1 st"tk, 02 per cent; ham, 03 tier cent; rib
nulled tho engagement of the two. young i roast, 63 per cent; cornmeal, 61 per cent;
people was announced. It wn? Explained ! round steak, SO per cent; Bmoked bacon,
that' the parents objected to tho early 100 per cent, and pork chops, 105 per cent. ;
marriage, but n wcddlni? may take place Within the thirty-nine cities the depart
again when young Tootle Is of uge. Young1 ! nient Investigated lived one-fifth of tho
Tootle and his former brldt. now tits total population of tho I'nlted States,
Our January sale of Manhattan
shirts is npw on the newest, cleanest, freshest stock
$1.00 Shirts at $1.15
$L0U Shirts at.... $1.38
$2.50 Shirts at.... $1.88
$3.00 Shirts at.... $2. 15
$3.50 Shirts at... $2.65
$4.00 Shirts at.... $2.85
'' i five years ago Art Adams, ns he was
i? i familiarly called, came from Usbon to
' iM..,.iion us travellmr man for the John
'ineero Plow company and has since re- i fiancee, were guests at a box party given two-flfths of tho urban population and
' .i,ii I,...-.. n,i,i ..iideuretl himself to all ! '""t ''Iclit hr the elder Tootle 1 approximately ono-thlre. of nil the peo-
vtin . . , . . ...
I . ..rnmln.nl linrt lie llBS tnKtm U I 1 IO CIBell III KU1IUUI UVl-llnilUU3. IIUl
nit civic Improvements. H' was married FAMILY OF FOURTEEN IS I Including farmers.
... t..i rw.,i,iin In INK. daughter of flPIWCM Tfl CMHUf DV CIDC !
nro of the Riaiue bote,. n IC0L0NEL R. T. VAN HORN
Original patterns, distinctive fabrics
. knife or box pleats in long or short bosoms, stiff
bosoms, (except full dress) negligees with French fold
cuffs madras, Russian cords, flannels, silks, oxfords -durable,
perfect fitting shirts that are guaranteed not to
Our first general Clearance Sale,
in which practically everything in the store is included,
closes Saturday night. Don't miss it!
High quality Kensington and L
System suits and overcoats that sold at $20 to $40, now
at discounts of 15, 20 and even 2b. Different and
finer clothes than you've hoen in the hahit of finding
in Omaha our regular, Ihis season's stock. All hats
(except Stetsons) and practically all of our copious
stock of high grade furnishings at 20 and 25 off.
Magee & Deemer sales are infre
quent, hut when they do come they are absolutely legi
timate and mean something decidedly worth your
while. Don't miss this one!
MAGEE ? DEEMER
413 South Sixteenth Street
Hvans ' 202
..Sl S33 m
J THUD AS
Totals "IS JS9 790 2.4JJ
KT fjOina lo., Jan. lO.-PauI Iddwke,
manager of "thu nellerlv Country club, i ?.u
whose membership Is made up of some of i." nauu 172
ihn trralthleit nrsons In St. Inils. was Koran rU 171
found dead today under a seeond story
window of the club house. Ills neck was
broken nnd death was Instantaneous.
Apparently ho had Jumped or fallen from
the window, forty feet aboe ground,
I.uddecke came her three, year ago
from West Haden, Ind.. where lie was
manager of a country club.
G0NDING SIGNS "CONTRACT
TO MANAGE BEATRICE TEAM
UEATRICH. Neb.. Jan 10. (Hpeclal.)
John Gondlns. tho veteran backstop of
be Omaha Western league ball teum. was
n tho city today and after a brief con
ference with the directors of the Hrulrie
Mink J?a.?ue team, slgnwl a contract to
manage the team during- tha- season of
JHJ. No action was taken resarUtni tho
seleitlon of flayers.
Illla Defeat Jitnra,
1'im.ADKI.PIIIA. Jan W.-ClwrlM Ol't
P. if nruoVU'n defeated Prank Jons of
PtiilaUrlPllia IM U iwuuo.u uimaru iwkud
three-cushion match here tonight. 50 to
1 otls bail u high run of flte wlillu
Jcnc bad ot ,our-
j . . - . .
leaves ono child. Margaret Nadlne
lldttnrtl Vt. WleUrrslmi".
PHORIA. HI-. Jft- 10.-Bdtuird W
Wlckersham. SO years old. n cousin of
Attorney Ocneral Wlckersham. Is dead
at' tho Proctor home In this city. Mr.
Wlckersham was born In Ohio, ueeemuer
10 1S3. After the civil war ne came to
Chicago, where he engaged In buMnoi
for u time. He eventually urirteu i
Pariro. N. n. He was nt one timo an ot-
tenslvo land owner, but his holdings were
traded Into worthless mining stock. During-
the Paris oMosltlon WH rrl'ri"
sentntlve of tho fttltwl States In the
Mm. Mtrlo HeruMeii.
81LV14R CRK1SK. Neb.. Jan. 1ft.-iSp.- (
clal.)-Mr- MHrle Katrlna llergsteu. aged
94 years, died here at the home of tier
son, AuguH Nelson, u prominent farmer
She was flroltftbl.v the oldest woman in
this community. Sh came from Sweden
In IWiC. settling at Nebraska City, wh"rc
she lived until about threo years ago. I
Her husband died last April. '
M'COOK, N"b., Jan. 10. (Special. )-John
McCarthy of this city died yesterday '
morning aged ,77 yours. Deceased wiu
bom In County Wujorford, Irelnml. In-1
terment will be In Cttlvary cemetery, tuts
city. Saturday morning at 10:f0 o'clock
YANKTON. S. D.. Jan. lO.-lSpeoIal.l- 1 S DANGEROUSLY ILL
Tho restdenco of Sine Sorenn-n was
burned to ''tho ground early Thursdav 1
morning, sending tho parents and their ' KANSAS CITY. Jan. 10 Colonel Rob
twelvo ohlldren out Into the cold wlnt.r MX 'p. vnn Horn, founder of the Kansas
night In their night clothes. All the city Journal and widely known In Mis
family wero saved, but the house was i BoUr( politics, Is dangerously ill at his
totul loss, estimated at 11,500. At tho home here of apoplexy. Colonel Van Horn j
same hour. nar olln, the rural home was stricken last week. His physician
of Mrs. L. I Vanderhulo was completely . today dentil was momentarily e
destroyed with the contents, a family ot ptcted. Colonel Van Horn li SS years old.
four escaping afel The loss will be'ile represented this district In congress
nbout fl.500. . for tcn yt.ars,
Everyone who enjoys a good
cigarette will like
A fine little smoke that goes
cigarettes one better good
tobacco through and through.
10 for 5 cents
Handicap 15 15
Totals iti 8W 7VI S.5K1
BILLS ARE INTRODUCED
IN DAKOTA LEGISLATURE
J'llCHHi;. S. P.. Jan. 10.-Bpclal Tele-
gram.) The senate Iks.kii Its regular
grind this afternoon utter the announce
ment of commllte. 'welve- bills and ono
Joint resolution being lead to start alone
th line. Senate bill Ki S, wan by Wright,
providing for control of public utllltlun
jOong lines practically t'io same as the
Wisconsin law. Otlw fcunate bills of
inorc than ordinary nuiirtnnee were u
"blue sky" law by Cons and Northbeck, a
bulk sale bill by Cone, three-fourths civil
jury 4t,l8ioiin ny ."soriiuroK. nna naio Judur IMmikIi Taken III
started his bank iruurnnty not and u; ,BW YORK. Jan. tSk After presiding
rettdtftlen allowing 3UU-nere homesteads ; at the trial of Julian lla tltonte nod
In im stato .otnors onaiTteo mm ihiik tne huiiis io
I" ,Umm In nromotltiK mllllBtr st.veky 1-V.I.
The ruhm ctMHllttev UlwvJdiW . a newjrt JmUe Charlws, J. UhjokIi waa. slid
cofNmltte on cities under commission ! dwnly taken twrlously 111 IikIjv. lie was
form of government. ,iemoyel to his ehainWem. a doctor was
TUe .Wa. .uff.age M-.tingenl la setting Zy ' ' W'n' Ver ,,,rt" M'J"
The Perlftent anr. Judicious Use of.
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to )
(Old ! Iillct nor i-
THE BEER WITH A SNAP TO IT
OtJ Slyh Immt is th beer that la brewed just right
omtthinff entirely different In the bottle beer line just
aa good as ever could not be made c-etur.
C HEILEMAN BREWING COMPANY, U Csmn, Wb.
LERCH Sc VAN SANDT, Distributors
ail South 1 7 th SU OMAHA. NEB.
Phone Douglas 31BC