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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
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Copyright, 1912, National News Ase'n-
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CHAMPION TAKES AGGRESSIVE
Jlw Orleans rusjltist Una Better of
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to I(old HI" Own in Close
53 PELICAN ARENA, NEW ORLBANB,
Nor. S. Lightweight Champion Ail Wol
gast and Joe Mandot of Nw Orleans,
divided honor In a ten-round, no de
cision bout last night. Ho th took a
lot of punishment, but at the end neither
had the advantage, according to a de
cision of newspaper men. Althouch Man
dot was accredited with having the bet
ter of four of ten rounds, Wolgast with
jnne, while the othors were oven, the
''champion' Infighting and early aggres
siveness won for him the unofficial draw
I Wolgast lost no ttmo early In the fight
Reeling out his new opponent, lAit went
nt him hammer and tongs. He seemed
to try for a knockout In the first round.
Mandot stopped the rushes and soon be
tan fighting the champion In his own
Wolgast clearly had the advantage In
the Infighting, Mandot at times appear
ing absolutely, unable to fathom the
champion's machine-like jabs when at
Mnndot played for the face and had
W.olgasl's nose bleeding early In the fight
Wolgast resorted principally to body
Upws. Tho attendance was ajout 7,500
and the receipts 2G,000.
Fight by Hounds.
llnnml l.Thn rniinil commenced at OitJ.
FThn men were cool. Mandot was the
ggfeeor, with Woigust holding-on. Wol
at drove a hard lett to body and heavy
fnllghtlng followed. Wolgast .landed
heavy body blows and Mandot clinched.
Jlonora were even. ...... .
Hound 2 Wolgast landed loft to body
and swung to Jaw. Mandot clinched.
"Wolgast landed hard left to body and
htlssed a swing to the Jaw. They clinched
In center of the ring. Wolgast landed a
.short left to body und two lefts to the
?w. In close fighting. Mandot landed
ifeht and left on Jaw and Wolgast
clinched. Hound even.
Hound a Wolgast led with left to body,
lie followed with left and Mandot coun
tered with right. Wolgast landed left to
head. Heavy Infighting followed. Man
dot's round, ... ,
Hound 4-Wolgast landed an uppercut
tn the Jaw and viciously forced Mandot
to tho ropes. Wolgast staggored Mandot
With left and received two lefts In re
turn. Wolgast scored heavy left on head
end heavy Infighting followed. Hound
CVHoiind 6 Wolgast forced the fighting
and landed light left on the Jaw and re
ceived heavy left In return on head. Wol
cost landed on Mandot's body und neck,
receiving heavy body blows In return. In
a clinch Wolgast landed numerous body
blows. Mandot landed to chin and fol
lowed with left to nosa. Wolgast was
doing good Infllghtlng. Wolgaji's round.
Hound 8-AVolgast led with left to body.
Wolgast landed heavy left on neck. Man
dot scoring hard on tho law. Wolgast
rollowed Mandot all over the ring. Man
not landed heavy left uppercut on neck
knd right on body. Infighting followed.
Hound even. , .... , ,
Round J Wolgast landed body blow,
Mandot landing left to Jaw when Wol
nif iinrwri in tha floor. Mandot landed
fight left to head. Wolgast followod with
body punch. Mandot fought Wolgast to
the ropes with hard rights and lefts to
body. Wolgast clinched. Wolgast bleed
ing: had worst of round.
Round 8 The men clinched. Mandot
was doing good Infighting. Wolgast
landed left to iaw and a rliiht to kid
ney. Mandot uppercut Wolgast. The
lfvtl man received a rlcht and left to
the head. Wolgast bled profusely. They
fought cautiously In the center of tne
Hnc ruch ahowlnr signs of ulstress. Wol
goat received a heavy right as the round
ndd. with honors In favor of Mandot.
.;ratound a Wolgast swung a hard left to
, Kid'. Mandot landed a heavy left n
nncn. Manaoi Dieeainir irom nusc. wui-
iM wui knocked to knees with right.
i uroae and fought Mandot to Urn rones.
dot was hilling ciean ana lanaing
i. j japmQ mmTj liniiui mh -w.fc
?..n..kul if.nnl .KniLinv rin r.n.rti 1 .
d. Wolgast waa wua. Dut seemea
V btrong. Doth men took muoh punish-
' , MMnt. uandors round.
Round 10 Mandot was the aggressor,
Sanding two heavy lefts on the jaw. wol
ot's body Mandot landed two heavy
trtghU. Wild fighting followed, with the
champion on the ropes, wolgast cilncned
In a rally In the center of tne ring.
Itoth men were weak. Mandot received
a heavy right on the head and staggered
Wiolgast with a right cross. Desperate
riirtitinr followed, with Wolgast the ajr-
sressor. Both men were desperately pun
ashed arid honors were even at the close
'major league season
OPENS APRIL TENTH
N1?W YORK, Nov. J. The major league
base ball season of 1911 will begin on
tAjprll 10. Selection of this date was an
nounced here today as the result of an
agreement between President Lynch, of
Ithp National and President Johnson of
the American league, who under the na
llonal agreement are authorised to deter
fnlno this Stirling point for the framing
jol major leaguo schedules.
Alumni Going Back
to Help Nebraska
Train for Kansas
ItNCOIN. Nov. 6 -(Special.) -Coach
Htlrhm gave his varsity team a vacation
Monday night, calling for practice only
for the scrubs and freshmen. The regu
lars were pretty badly battereu as a re
sult of the game with Missouri, Purdy
and Mulligan bring especially used up.
The practice for the entire week will be
exceedingly light, Htlrhm anticipating an
easy time with the Doane collegians, who
are to be played next Saturday, The reg
ulars will be allowed to loaf during tho
fore part of the week and then tho latter
part wilt be devoted to light scrlmmago
and signal drill.
Stlehm Is taking these precautions to
prevent the varsity from going stale Just
on the eve of the game with the Kansas
The' Nebraska mentor has Issued a call
ORKIN BROTHERS THE HOSTS
Ten Thousand People Attend Open
ing of New Btore on Sixteenth.
MARVEL AT WONDERFUL DISPLAY
Complete Ilrarranaienient of the
Mammoth Katnbllahnient, Con
vertlna; It Into a Perfect
Cue Experts Soon to Meet
Orkln Bros, were hosts yesterday at a
reception that was attended by more
than 10,009 of Omaha's cltliens: nil dar
long tho members of the firm were con
gratulated by friends, new and old, on
the splendid new business houso they
have Just formally opened to the pcoplo
of Omaha and the surrounding country.
It Is, Indeed, a place to be proud of.
Tho Bennett store was tho first of
Omaha's new palaces of commerce. It'
was built when the question of north
to formor Cornhuskcr stars Io assist In or south on Sixteenth street hnd not yet.
the preparation of tho team for the Kan- I been answered, but It was the answer,
ens gumr. Thus rar Hyivesier nnonKii,
captain of lost year's team, and Chauner,
an end on the 1911 eleven, have signified
their Intention of returning to Lincoln to
assist In the coaching. Others may help
Htlrhm during the last few days of the
and It was also a beginning for tho now
era In merchandising In Omaha. The
Bennett store served Its purpose and
mads a name for Itself. But with Its
passing enma a newer and greater store,
tho Orkln Bros.' establishment, which Is
already a familiar name with buyers
over a largo territory.
And the old store has been entirely
"done over." 8uch transformation ns
strikes the visitor's eye could only have
been accomplished by unstinted ex
penditure, tho object being to make a
NKW OHIiBANfl. Nov. B.-Wagers on new store ns wolt as a now firm. Broad
the Wolgast-Mandot fight here last night aisles, conveniently-arranged show cases
were decided today by opinion expressed anix counters, every facility for tho com
by the editors of the four newspapers In frt of shoppers, the relocation of de-
favor oi tne uocKtrs or wanoot. nartments to brine better results in the
The ngnt. according to agreement, was mat.er of handllnir trade, new llrhts and
Mandot is Given
without a referee's, decision and tho
wagers, running Into several thousands
of dollars, were based on tho nowspaper
men's decisions. Two papers gave the
fight to Mandot and ono called it a draw.
The' opinion of the fourth' will not be
known until this afternoon, but even
should It be for Wolgast, the three opin
ions already made public, counting the
draw as a half vote, as Is the custom,
give the bout to the local boy.
Ed W, Smith of Chicago, who rofereed
the fight, said that Mandot had a "nar
row escape" In the third round; that "he
weathered the next rounds up to tho
sixth;" that his clean work from that to
the middle of the seventh evened tho
fight, . and "that he undoubtedly had a
clean shade during the last two rounds
strong contender for Wolgaat's title."
LOS ANQELES, Cal., Nov. 6.-Ad Wol-
gast wired Manager McCorey of tho .Ver
non olub that he would be In Los An
geles Sunday to talk business, McCorey
will (endeavor to match tho winner ot
the nivers-Mandot fight on Thanksgiving
with the champion for a twenty round
In his telegram today Wolgast said:
"I had no trouble with Mandot, but
they don't seem to like my style down
, X Serlosa BreakAovrsi
.results from chronlo constipation. Dr.
King's New Ufa Pills relieve headache,
stomach, liver and bowel trouble, i&c
1'or sale by Heaton Drug Co. Advertise
new decorations, everything modern and
up-to-date In all regards this Is- the
change that has been brought about In
tho working out In the plans of the en
terprising gentlemen who have devoted
themselves to building up the new firm,
Old rnenns were delighted, new ones
charmed by tho general arrangement of
tho groat store In all Irs departments
A Place or llruuty.
Thousands of the throng who passed
through tho storo on Monday wore shop.
pent; other thousands were visitors, but
nil Inspected the big Institution from
door to door, on every floor. It was al
most a social function, so lavish had
been the preparations. Flowers and
potted plnnts, palms and ferns were
used In profusion to decorato the rooms,
the aisles and the stands; the now light
ing system iliowed Its great advantage
over the old In making beautiful the
array pf goods, wares and ornaments
Music was furnished on each floor,
bands and orchestras being conveniently
stationed so that this feature ot the en
trrtalnment was one of the most enjoy'
Floorwalkers, clerks, messenger boys-
alf the attaches ot tho great store,
showed tho pride they have In the es
tablishment by the core they took of
the visitors. They made themselves Into
onn hlr retention committee, and their
Tllllfl V( IMTfl trill attentions were such as gave the guests
""- """"lof the firm the proper notion of tho oc
caclon. It was the formal Introduction
of a great enterprise to the public, and
as such was made memorable.
All day long the members of the firm
were sought out by personal friends toi
purposes ot congratulation, and again
and again did they shake hands most.
cordially with visitors who wished them
every success and complimented them
highly on the enterprise and excellent
taste they hnve shown In equipping
HOLDS DOUBLE PRAOTIfiP tnelr magnificent store. Many letter
i I alainnMa Anti(r tlllnll An snma .
sat iv ivivB)i ttii ua vvufti nvuiaiiuii vhiiiv t vs
HIOOMINOTON. Hid.. Nov. UI uunng me nay rrom out-oi-iown
order to get the Indiana team In shape, fr,end and ea8lern business houses, as
. 't walk iii fivm Afillnns it 4 Vi a wat tuhsM
KANSAS CITT, Nov, 5,-PlaylnK un
der the auspices of tho National Billiard
league, Charles Warren ot Boston de
feated Arthur Davenport, of this city at
three-cushion billiards here tonight by
score of W to 83. Seventy-two Innings
were required to decide the game. A
series ot three games will be, played.
INDIANA FOOT BALL TEAM
for Iowa Saturday the crimson coacher
prdered two practices today, one In the
forenoon and one In the afternoon. The
extra time was taken on account of a
two days' election vacation at the school.
In the lineup today Whltaker was
switched again to halfback and Hunt
ran the team. Captain Flemmlng was
taken from fullback and placed at right
end. Krhart. who has been on the hos.
pltal list tho last week, rejoined the
squad today and worked In th usual
IN GAME WITH NEBRASKA
COLUMBIA, Mo., Nov. 6. Not a mem.
ber of the Missouri State university foot
ball team Is suffering from the strenu
ous game with Nebraska Saturday, and
all the members went through a light
signal drill this afternoon. Scrimmage
with the second team has been ordered
for the balance ot the week In prepara
tion for the Drake game at Des Moines,
la., Saturday. After holding the strong
welhas from sections of the west where
the firm members are well known.
All In all, the occasion so generously
prepared for was made one of the most
notable succosses of Its kind In history.
The coming ot a new firm to Omaha Is
always of Interest, and one that proposes
to do business on the magnificent scale
planned by tha Orkln Bros, company Is
of the greatest Importance to tho city'
Title Retained by-
Charlotte Bedwell successfully defended
her title as girl champion tennis player
of the Omaha High school by deefatlng
Catherine Culver by a ncoro of 6-4,
This is th o'sccond time that Miss Bed-
well has gained the title of champon and
If sho succeeds In obtaining tho same
tltlo next spring will have permanent
possession ot tho silver loving cup.
Miss Culver was weak at times and
an erratlo gamo with spurts hero and
thero, while nor opponent played a steady
and consistent game throughout. It was
by the uso of hor accurate servo and her
ability to cover so much ground that
Miss Bedwell woro her less experienced
opponent out. Tho match was short, but
Interesting and full of good playing, but
It was largely duo to her Inability to
recover that she lost to MIbs Bedwell.
Both players played a safe game and
stayed In the back court rather than to
pilay a net game, wlIch woo much
moro dangerous and harder to play. Miss
Culver lost the first set after a hard
fought battle and weakened In tho sec
ond. However she came back strong In
tho third and last set and sent the
majority of the games to deuce before
Miss Bedwell was able to take tho final
game of the match.
JOE SMITHS PLAY TIE
GAME WITH VALLEY MEN
The Joe Smiths of Council Bluffs and
the MUdourl Valley eleven played a fast
tie game at the Valley Sunday utter
noon In which neither side waa able to
score, tho final tally standing 0 to 0
Klftecn-mlnute quarters were played out,
but In spite of all efforta neither aids
was able to secure any real advantage.
Mayna for the Bluffs made a spectacular
run of fltty yards for a touchdown,
which was not allowed.
The Joe Smiths would like to arrange
for a post-season game with the Valley
Nebraska team to a small score Satur
day, Coach Brewer Is confident that hit to b Played In the Bluffs In order to
Kock lalaaa Ball Playrra Urad.
j HOCK ISLAND, III.. Nov. S.-Announce-latent
wa made here today of the death
Itwo members of Hock Island pennant
twinning teams In the Three-I Base Ball
league, Frank Murphy and Clus Eng. The
iattsr died at bis home here of tuber
Iculsvia. Murphy's death took place In
lTew York. JUm aliment waa araU,
squad will win over Drake with eass.
Ad Club Helta Tickets.
The Omaha Ad club will sell tickets
for and advertise the foot ball game
scheduled for next Saturday afternoon
between the University of Omaha and
Crelghton university. This will be the
first and only Intercollegiate same be
tween two Omaha, teams.
settle the tie. and are willing to put up
their end of a good-slied purse for snob
The Smiths have their schedule ar
ranged except for a game next Sunday,
and they are anxious to arrange with
some fast Omaha team for a game No
vember 10 at Athletic park For game.
call George Helster Bl'tffs telephone No,
,M between S and 6 o'clock.
Founder of Party
Dies, Aged Ninety
DETROIT, Nov. 6. "Father" John Rus
sell, founder of the prohibition party and
the oldest Methodist preacher In the De
troit conference,, is dead at tho home ot
his daughter In this. city. He . was born
In Livingston county. vNew York. In 182S.
"Father" John Ilussell co-operated -with'
most ot tha leading temperance organl:
tlons during his life, such as' the "Sons of
Temperance and the Good Templars, was
twice at the head of the order of oood
Templars of the World and presided at
the first session of tho order ever held In
He wrote tho first articles and made the
first nubllo speeches. In favor of tho or-
gonlzatton of an Independent political
party on tho Issue of prohibition.
CENSOR BARS VENETIAN NIGHT
FROM STAGE IN ENGLAND
LONDON. Nov. 5. The examiner of
the nlays. Charles II. E. BrookHeld. has
prohibited tho production In, England oc
Max Helnhanlt's wordless play "A Ve
netian Night." A large company waa
brought from Berlin with elaborate stage
settings and was to have appeared in
the Palace theater tonight.
After witnessing tho rehearsal, the
censor forbade the . production on the
ground that the whole tone ot the per
formance rendered It unsuitable for the
WISNER C0RNFEDS ISSUE
CHALLENGE TO BELM0NTS
WI8NEH. Neb.. Nov. S.-(8peclal.)-
Sportlng Editor of The Bee: In today's
Be I see a statement credited to Man
ager Hageman of the Belmonts saying
that ho did not want tp see the town of
Wiener again, but that he would play
our eleven In Omaha, That Is just what
Jw wanV I publicly accept that chal.Ji j0t)a
tense and want, to play those Belmonts
to a' finish In a clean gome of foot ball.
I hope this will settle the quarrel bo-
tween the Belmonts, Defenders and tho
WlBner Cornfeds. Yours truly,
FRED A. WiaOERS, Manager.
The Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Nowspaper Advertising Space III the Best
Road Into the "Big Business" Class.
With the Bowlers
1st. 2d. 3d. Total
Meeham 113 149 174 436
welgel 174 150 151 476
Flanugan , 200 306 Ml 60S
Totals - 487 C04 528 L57J
1st d. 8d. Total
Cullen 131 181 170 481
Langstrom 219 177 160 56
Simpson IX Its 164 COS
Totals 543 506 494 1,543
BEACON PRESS CLUB.
1st. 2d. -3d.
Mokery .'. ISO 131 178
Kranda HI 167 171
Qrcen 146 147 177
Totals . 4S0. 445 626 1,431
A. O. U. W.' NO. 17.
1st: 2d. 3d. Total
Schlndler 132 155 1SS 47?
Jaros 131 HS 181 510
kHamlll 169 184 183 53C
Totals 4S2 4S7 559 1,523
1st. 2d. 3d. Total
Sclple 129 190 200 52C
Jackson iw u m S7
Bland ..179 182 214 575
539 693 1.637
COREY & M'KENZIE.
1st. 2d. 3d
Corey ' 104
F. Jaros 171
Potter - 1SS
609 4SS 1,490
Totals 474 471 653 1.478
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Coupal .144 129 181 454
Kaiser 176 its szi 454
Morten .....178 163 119 563
521 x 1.4S9
Totals 497 471
Ci'orrna Win Two.
Tho Brodegaard Crowns won two games
from the Jetter Oold Tops. Zarp was
high with 226. Score:
JETTER OOLD TOPS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Hlnricks 158 181 ltt 633
Solomon 192 159 147 43.1
Ooden 197 173 140 510
Pruyn 175 ' 15 197 CCS
Zarp 163 226 187 565
Totals -fc7t 933 864 2,r;0
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Cummlngs 1ST 161 156 471
Voss".' i 163 156 181 600
Walenx 171 173 193 537
Moran ... 16 151 189 50
Angelaberg ....301 157 162 620
Handicap .18 18 18 64
.879 816 m 2,594
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Loosing Torrent on
City of Nashville
NASHVILE, Tenn., Nov. 6,-vV portion
of the east basin of the reservoir from
which Nashville gets Its water supply
gave way earlj this morning, letting a
torrent of war loose down the hill on
which the basin Is located. Several
houses were washed away and a few
residents of tho section are reported missing.
Whether there has been loes ot life
Is not known.
The break came without warning and
several persons were caught In the tor
rent, but most ot these have been ac
counted for. It Is reported the water
that swept down South Eighth avenue
was six feet deep. T. M. Heffey, wife
and child were washed out of their home,
but were saved by climbing Into tho
limbs ot a tree.
VIOLENCE IN LAWRENCE
OVERLOOKED. BY POLICE
SALEM, Mass., Nov. 6. That militia
men and police mode no effort to prevent
the attacks on street cars In Lawrence
on the morning of January 29 and that
the cars were broleged by nn organized
gang ot about twenty men was the test!
mony today of Leo Ready, ono of the
textile strikers, at tho trial of Ettor, Glo-
vantttl and Caruso for tho murder of
Anna Loplzzo. Heady said he was near
the scone of the riot that morning and
that tha strikers were peaceful.
"I saw thla gang of twenty men go up
and down tho streetB," said Ready. "They
were armed with clubs, with which they
smashed t'ne windows of the cars. Some
of them threw chunks of loo. The police
men on the street mado no attempt to
stop them. Neither did the soldiers."
Several Lawrence women and children
workers testified that police and, militia
men clubbed the strikers. One told of
the stabbing ot a 14-year-old girl by a
CROP IS IN DANGER
ST. PAUL? Minn., Nov. 6. The short
age ot cars on the different rallrWd lines
In Minnesota and North and South Da
kota may result seriously to the bumper
potato crop, which must be removed be
fore freezing weather sets In, according
to members of the State Railroad and
Warehouse commission, who today held
a conference with representatives of tho
different roods. '
SURVIVOR OF HOLDUP ADMITS
ATTEMPTING TO ROB COOKE
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.-The survivor of the
two automobile bandits who attempted
to hold up and rob Rutherford Cooke,
assistant secretary of the Chlcaco Na
tional league base ball club, was arrested
today after having confessed to detect
ives. Edward Meyers, 25 years old, was
killed early Sunday morning by Cooke,
who. shot him dead when Meyers leaped
from an automobile and ordered Cooke
to give up his valuables.
"Tolly Is blind beyond Its nose.
Bees Just ine flower not tne rose
ooks on the surface, not within
And stays a grinning' Haxlequln."
In buying clothes do
you, like Folly, "look on the
surface" and pay too little
attention to the workman
ship and tailoring inside?
We invite your critical
attention to the tailoring
and workmanship in our
KENSINGTON suits and
Every day this week
special motion demontftra-.
tions in our windows by
the Kensington, Girl and
the Mechanical Doll, at
12:30, 4:00 and 7:45 o'clock.
Stop and be entertained
while you see our stylish,
beautifully tailored clothes
as they would look on you.
MAGEE St DEEMER
413 So. 16th.
Your Druggist Stops That itch
If you are suffering from Eczema
Psoriasis or any other kind of skin
trouble, drop Into our store for Instant
relief. We will guarantee you to stop
that Itch in two seconds.
Wo have sold other remedies for skin
troubles, but none that we could recom
mend as highly as this, a mild wash of
Oil of Wlntergreen Thymol and a few
other ingredients that have wrought
such wonderful cures all over the coun
try. Thla compound Is known as D. D. D.
Prescription for Eczema and It will cool
and heal the Itchy, burning skin as
nothing else can.
A 50c bottle will prove It
Of course all other druggists have TX
D. D. Prescription go to them if you
can't come to ub but don't accept soma
But If you come to our store, we are
so certain of what D. D. D. will do for
you that we offer you a full size bottle
on this guarantee: If you do not find
that It takes nway tho Itch AT ONCE tt
costs you not a cent.
Sherman & McConnelt Drug Co., 16th
and Dodge, 16th and Harney, 21th and
Farnam, 207-9 No. 16th St. Advertisement.
I Car Service for Hydro-
I Aeroplane Flight
For the accommodation of those desiring to attend
the hydro-aeroplane flight at Courtland Beach on
Wednesday, November 6th, this company will maintain
through service from 14th and Howard Streets direct
to Courtland Beach. Cars every ten minutes after
12:30 p. m. In addition to this, the rogulur Courtland
Beach' service from 16th and Locust Streets will be
Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway Company