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THE OMAHA DAIL.Y TlEEt SUNDAY, FKHRITARY 15. 1003.
All Boys' Clothing Must Go Quickly
We will shortly move our boys' clothing department to new quarters on the third
floor. To prepare lor this we are marking at treat unci iflens every boys' and youths
jrarment lo the store. Never nuch a chance to buy juvenile clothing at such low price.
Children's K.iee Pants Suits, Reefers and Overcoats at $1.93
Ladies DUck Bead Chains at 49c
Fashion's Latest Novelty
Ladles' Mark bead chains with beautiful embossed black jet locket
will hold picture complete
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New Spring Fabrics in Dress Goods, Silks and Ladies' Suits
DRESS GOODS IN NEWEST SPUING PATTERNS
Mohair Sicilian, black, 54 Inches, at ' 49c
66-Inch black silky Sicilian 75c
56-Inch Turkish mohair shirt waist suitings $1.00
56-Inch black mohair tailor suitings $1.50
Black voile etamlne, 44-Inch high class crisp black voile $1.00
44-Inch French etamine hard twisted yarn , $1.25
Dainty and sheer voile etamlnes $1.50
46-Inch nnppe twine etamlne $1.75
Dainty Colored Dress Goods for street costumes, etc
69C l)ant)r voile etamlne melange, j pQ
QQ Creame yachting- cheviots, 59c
gQ Oatmeal cloth, cream, j 25
j out mistral etamlnes, twine etamlnes and canvas 49C"75C
DISPLAY OF BEAUTIFUL NEW SILKS
Tbe demand for Illuminated miniature stripe shirt waist alike for this spring
la remarkably great. These silks will be the moat popular pattern. We have the new
est and best taffeta illumine hair line noppe and Infinitesimal check come In 22, 24,
27 Incbea and 1 yard wide, at
75c. 85c, 98c EV 1.59
Scotch tailoring clotha, new
6o-lnch Scotch worsteds,
New tailor cloths, newest
On Bargain Square at 25c and 49c
Plain and fancy dress goods, black and
all colors, every weave, mohairs,
satin cloth, serges, Henriettas, wor
steds, etc., 600 and 60c 2ekn
values at, yard eSjcJW
Etamlnes. chevlota. Sicilians, tweeds,
prunellas, suitings black and all
colors, plain and fancy 76c and
Ott Bargain Square at 59c and 75c
Mistrals, etamlnes, mohairs, canvas
cloths, tweed worsteds, tailor suit
ings, Imported high grade melanges,
brilliants, etc. 11.23 E.Qr'
values, per yard 0"
High clasa English tailor clotha, wor
steds, tweeda, caeslmeres, etc.. all
suitable for walking skirts and tailor
ir.ade suits and men's wear.
$1.60 to P values, yard
The Ultra Fashionable Shautongs
We are selling genuine pongee, made In the 8hantong districts, made In the most
popular of summer fabrics for style, comfort and wearing qualities. 7) -v
8-lnch pongee regular $1.25 quality selling KJ
Ws are showing a specially handsome line of embroidered robes, elegantly combined
coloring and embroidered exclusive styles.
TAFFETAS -We sell taffetas that give excellent wear we guarantee the follow
ing to wear satisfactory and to be beyond equal in price anywhere.
24 inch pure dye black taffeta at 69c
27-inch pure dye black taffeta. "Btnnet," guaranteed, at 75c
36-inch pure dye black taffeta, at $1.10
White waist silks, Louisene, peau de cyg ne, soie metalique,
at 85c, 98c and $1.15
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AT WHITE GOODS COUNTER MONDAY
SPECIAL SALE OF LONG CLOTHS
44-Inch wide, regular 25c long
cloth, for Monday per
86-lnch wide, very fine long cloth
our regular 2oc quality
for Monday, per yard
W-lnch wide long cloth our regu
lar Jtfc quality for Monday
only, per yard
86-Inch wide long cloth our regu-
qunmy ior monuay
only, per yard
46-lnch wide long cloth, good, sub
stantial quality, and our regular
18c quality, for Monday only, yd....
38-Inch wide long cloth our regular
AT MUSLIN COUNTER MONDAY
ggggi1 Sale of Wide Bleached Sheetings
10c quality for Monday onlv.
per bolt ' '
l-ysrd wide, Utlca bleached regular
once zvv per
l4 yards wide, titles bleached regu
lar price Sac per
214-yard wide, bleached Lockwood
sheeting regular price 22c
per yard .....
lVI-yard wide, bleached Iockwood
1-yard wide, Lockwood sheet
ing regular price 26c at
2-yard wide, full bleached Lock
wood sheeting regular price
2c, at, per yard ..
214-yard wide, full bleached Lock
wood sheeting regular price
30c at, per yard
2H-yard wide full bleached Lock
wood sheeting regular price
32c at. Der vaxd
None of these goods will be sold at these prices after rionday.
pillow cosing, regular price
-c, m, yitra
$1 White Goods 25c Yd
We will place on sale Monday one big lot of the finest quality
of new white mercerized waittings. These art in long
mill lengths and without doubt the finest waistings that
were made this season. They are in extra heavy weight,
medium weight and light weight and are in those fine basket
weaves, those beautiful jacquard and damask effects. These
have been displayed in our front show window for several
days and have excited great comment. At tSc a yard they
are without question one of the greatest bargains we ever
offered. We have them in plain white and those black and
white effects. There is no richer wash fabric andattSc a
yard they are the greatest bargain we have ever offered.
25c a yard
SMART MODES IN SPRING SUITS and SKIRTS
Our suit and clonk department ratals
all the freshness of tnrinystylis. JIVAoty
autioipatdl iai!p lUmand for the really
swart effects in wnmm's wear and mr as
semblage of t ttor made spring gown is
mnrt attract tre than ever before. It V seci
alltf mention a line of imported suits, These
were made according to our sieeial ordir
and cotnetn street suits, house and recep
tion gmens. Never has such a great it
play of stunning spring creations as this
been displayed in the West prices run
from t!5 to'tl50.
We also. show a great sample purchase
that we made early this year. Here are
absolutely new creations In blue, black
and brown, new rollarless blouse, the new
postilion back, jlnated pouch sleeves, full
rape, beautifully tailor stitched skirts with
the new French flare, every novelty and
make. We mention special values In this
line at 110.00 and $12.00.
Newprlng walking skirts very latest
effects in golf and walking skirts, all the
&n,4.98 to $19
Lone; Skirts In the new etamlnes, canvaa, cheviot, etc.. beautifully trimmed and
faultlessly made. 1 heee are notn nrwi mi'i" nn wuinj min mm it- m.'i.r,,
most stvl'lsh line of spring skirts ever exhibited in the A t T A g
West. At our first display we will show these skirts TO ZD'TrO
and prices at
Stylish Suits for Early Spring
Suits specially designed for early spring wear, entirely new, O O O
ribellne and cheviots, all medium weight especially ood tralues OiVO
fOF MIO V T"
Any Fur in Our Great Stock at Just Half Price
Our final clearing sale offer of furs Is bound to make a still greater reduction
In our stock. Just think of these stylish furs at Just ONE-HA LI3 PRICE.
$2 PUFFINGS AT 50c A YARD
Ait Attractive Bargain Square Sale for Monday
850 yards of all white all over lace puffings, all over tucked shearings and fine lawn
rurnnca. with lace beadinir enccw. a stnau pari 01 wnicn nas
displayed In our front show window, suitable lor making entire
waists, regular price np to $2.00 a yard, cboioe on bargain square at,
Of all th great sensational
ever held none so great
none so astonishing
none ao sensational--as
$60,000 Worth fine Shoes
Made by tho most celebrated shoe manu
facturers of America,
on sale now
At Half Price
At Less than
And Just a
$22,000 Women's Fine Shoes
John J. iAtteman. Trimby ft Brewster,
Ford, D. Armstrong & Co. of Rochester,
Thomas Vlant of HoMon, Wolff Broa. of
All thla spring's new styles.
immense lots of very fine embroideries
and ineertlngs in Suisse, nainsook and
cambric, all neat and Ane patterns, in all
widths, worth up to 60c a yard
Ser'Vard h 25c-7iC
Fine Laces Special
Many thousands of yards of all kinds of
fine wash laces. Laces and lnsertlngs to
match In French vals, torchons, mechllnea
and point d esprit. Many worth up to 2o
per yadrl8. .'.V HC"3C-5C-IOC
Special Basement Bargains for Monday
One big counter of fancy colored new mer
cerlzea walstingi and suitings that are worth
up to 75c a yard. There ara aome of the most
. exqultdte heavy waistings and suitings manu
factured thla season In thla lot These are In
mill remnants and we are going to 4 mm
sell them Monday as long as they J iC
laat, for, yard
One counter . of long mill remnants of Ane dotted
Swisses and lappets. These are In all the
dainty colorings and are exact Imitatlona of
the Imported $1.26 Swisses. They are
In long mill lengths and very hand
some goods, yard
One counter of SS-lnch wide dotted drapery
Swiss, for Monday, at,
yard , lUC
One counter of drapery
heavy denim go at,
All the balance of our entire stock on hand
of comforters filled with fine white cotton
and covered with sateen and sllkoline,
many of them hand-knotted and formerly
sold as high as 2.60 each, to close them
all out quick, we offer them for tomorrow
as long as they last 4 rr
$25.00 and $20.00 Pattern
AT THE LINEN COUNTER MONDAY
SPECIAL SALE OF DAMASKS
These prices are for ilonday only. These foods will not be sold at the following
prices after flonday.
72-lnch all pure linen, full bleached satin and double satin damask, beautiful and ex
clusive designs. This is equal to any $1.50 damask sold in Omaha. Im- QQp
ported especially for this sale, at, a yard Zs J
68-lnch all linen full bleachcl damask,
Fpse, made to ael
fkr;. as high as $6
'T'-'-y Oo on sale at
Monday w. continue our wonderful sale of mld-wlntsr
pattern hats a shipment which arrived in Omaha
too late to be placed with the Saturday's sal. Is
sow In the department ready for another rush day
tomorrow. These ar. th. goods that were pur
chased from Mme. Estelle Clark, 9 E. 80th Street,
New Tork. They ar. th. smartest things of the
Paris and London milliners
and we sell them all about
16a on the dolls
69-lnch, all pure linen, full bleached Irish
satin damask, excellent quality and most
beautiful designs. Thl is a regu- DCr
lar 1.25 quality at, per yard .OtJW
22-Inch, napkins to match all patterns,
at, per dozen SZ.9S
72-Inch all linen Oerman silver bleached
damask, soft finish and laundries beauti
fully. It is a number that we will Bell
for $1.10 after Monday, but in order to get
you acquainted with it, we offer 7CP
It for Monday only, at, yard
The napkins will b. 12.60 a dozen. .
They are 22-inch size and match all
the damask patterns, but go In this
sale for 11.98
One big lot of large size, extra fine all linen
huck towels with spoke-stitch, equal to
any 40c towel sold In Omaha. W. Sf,
offer them for tomorrow only, at ... -'
Belfast satin finish. This Is a rrgular
11.00 quality and will be sold at that
price after Monday at,
68-lnch all pure linen silver bleachel Ger
man damask,, one of our best bar gal is.
It Is going to be our 85c gradA, but for
this sal. we offer It at,
per dozen ..
TOWEL. SPECIAL II
On. lot of good size huck towels and
knotted fringe damask towelf, regular
l."c ana 15c towels, for this
sale only, each ;
This Includes the finest hand sewed and
hand welt, light and medium and heavy
sole shov:!, In imported ideal kid, patent
calf skin, enamel calf, patent colt, surpass
kid, vlcl kid, willow calf. In button and
lace, plain tips and patent tips, In every
kind of heel.
Men's $3 Shoes
on sals on our second
Men's Kmger calf
shoes, men'B enamel
ahoes, men's patent
coltskln shoes, men s
box calf shoes, all on
sale on our S fktt
second floor, at.
Men's $5 Shoes
on sal. on our second
Men's genuine Good
year welt sole shoes.
In imported enamels,
Imported patent colt
skfn, patent calf skin,
genuine box cnlf, Im
ported vlrl kid and
velour calf skin. In
cluding Worth's J4.0D
Electric Cushion sole
vlc.i shoes 2 gQ
STATE CRACKS WIN AGAIN
All-Nebraska Shooters Defeat Omahaui bj
DAN BRAY OF SYRACUSE IS HIGH MAN
Rivals Will Meet Again la April
brand Island, Where Targets 1 n
tend of I.lve Birds At.
to He laea.
Piatt, captured the first. B 27 of Herman I brldae annual association foot ball match
the second and Townsend of Omaha divided wa" P'ayd the Queen's club grounds
mn .i.k n - .w. today and resulted In a scor. of i to 0
Gunners from Nebraska at large again
demonstrated their superiority over Omaha
trigger artists at tbe grounds of the Omaha
Gun club across the river Saturday, win
. ntng the team race by tbe narrow margin
of four birds. The final team scores were
216 to 212.
On March 8 last the All-Nebraska shoot
ers did this same trick, only that time
they beat the Omahans by seven birds,
which la still a very close score. The
match of yesterday waa so close to a tl.
that It was not decided until the last pair
had shot off. Thla made the sport eape
On April S next will be held tbe return
shoot between these rival teams. It will
occur at Grand Island, where the Grand
Island and North Platte gun clubs hold
their annual shoot on April 1, 2 and 3.
This next time. It is decided, targets In
stead of birds will be used. It is thought
that the Omaha team will have a decided
advantage at the target game, as Its mem
bers do more of that class of shooting
than do the Nebraskans. Fifty clays per
man will be used.
Dan Bray of Syracuse took top Individual
honors Saturday with a clean card of
twenty-Are straight kills. Hlndmarsh of
Lincoln and Slevers of Grand Island killed
twenty-four each. Thus the visitors car
ried all the high scores.
The matches between the old-time trap
rlials were a ahow In themselves. Frank
Fogg of Omaha and B 27 of Herman each
did bis best to down the other, but they
ndtd a tie with twenty-two birds each.
Charles Lewis of Omaha was gladdened
by his victory .over George Simpklns of
Lincoln. 21 to 19. Townsend of Omaha and
Carter of North Platte, the two team
captains, shot a tie with twenty earb.
Loo ml a of Omaha and Linderman of Weep
ing Water did the aame, with twenty
three each. Mlndmarsh of Lincoln put it
over Brewer of Omaha badly. 24 to 19. Tbe
others were paired off Slevera of Grand
Island against Burgess, Iltlan of Albloa
against Rogers. Schroeder of Columbus
against Grant, Williams of Lincoln against
Jonea, Bray of Syracuse against Dick
Birds and Conditions l.ood.
The birds used were an unusually fast,
strong bunch. Of 428 trapped there wss
not a single "no" bird In tbe lot. The
day, too, was a good one for shooting. The
weather was cold, but not punishing. The
wind wss ust strong enough to make it In
teresting and the constant rloudinesa .pre
vented too much brightness.
Five hours from 10.30 In tbe morning
on rr. consumed by the live-bird race,
and when that waa completed three target
sweepstakea of fifteen targats each (entry
S1.&0 ssch) war. shot. Carter of North
money with Carter Id the third. The
scores in the live-bird rac. were:
Burgess ...22230 200 22?29 i79T WPl l
Sievers 222J2 22222 222X) 22222 22222 14
Rogers 2222 22222 22'0 22222 22022 21
Illlan 220 22222 2222 2122 2121 18
j-ncwci s-ij UIW lIt VI211 111 is
Ilindmarsh 22221 22111 2212 21122 12111 . 24
Schroeder ..121112 2112 22222 22212 00202 20
Grant 02222 02022 222 22202 22222 19
Loomls 02'2 22222 22222 21112 12222 23
Llndtrman 22222 02222 22222 22222 2222 23
Townsend .12222 0X!2T 22202 2022 21222 M
Carter 22JU2 222U2 2222 02221 2222 20
Simpklns ..22220 22222 00222 20222 03022 It
Lewis 2222 20222 22U22 22222 20222 21
Jones 202I2 12202 22224 22222 2222J 13
Williams ..22222 02220 22220 y?M 20022 20
Bray. 22aa 22222 22222 22222 22222 23
Kimball ...22222 2222 2222 22222 22222 23
B 27 S... 22222 0.32 22022 22222 22221 23
Fogg 22222 22222 2222 02222 20222 23
Despite Loss of On.
Games. Won. Lost.
Omaha 48 37 11
(late City 45 28 17
National 46 25 20
Olarknon 48 2S "32
Ciorman 48 22 2S
Ht. Charles 48 80 28
Western 48 17 81
Krug Park 48 14 34
Totala 211 lit
LAST WEEK WITH THE BOWLERS
Omnhas H.ld Their Lost Lea Bully
Though the Omahaa lost one of their
three games to the Westerns last week
thla did not serve to put much of a crimp
in their average, and they still lead the
league ny a. margin mat will not be over
come. The Gate Cltv. National and Clnrk.
aon teamk are all coming strong now, but
it seems vain for any one of them to hooe
to overtake the leaders. Bo as far as the
top line is concerned the remainder of the
league season will be more or less of a
procession, with several teams closely
matched and struggling for the remaining
The Gate City and National teams ran
behind three gamea, as the illness of Potter
of the Nationals prevented their match
coming off last week. That team numbers
but Bv men on its rolls, so it could not
roll with one man gone.
In the matter of Individual averages,
Kmery continues to head the list, while
Heaman stays second. The average of each
man has remained about the same for three
weeks now. There are some changes among
the rest of the bowlers on the honor roll,
but mostly minor ones. Thirty-one men in
all now have averages of 6uo pins or better
for three games. They are:
(James, j'lns. Average.
48 .0iU 1S7 25-48
in favor of Oxford.
CHICAGO ENTRIES PUBLISHED
Harry 11. Reed...
A, O. Reed
1. J. Schneider...
F. W. Schneider
19 3 21
0 1 torn Wins the Cans.
LONDON, Feb. 14. Th. Oaford-Cam-
Horses Which Will Compete for
Wsihlsgioa Park Stakes
CHICAGO, Feb. 14. Following ar. the
entries for the principal stakes at th. next
summer meeting of th. Washington para
The Wheeler handicap, a sweepstakes, for
3-year-olds and upward, one and one-quar
ter miles, St,mSj aaaea:
lnA Heels. Miilmiii Jack Youns?. Alad
din, Abe Frank. Au Revolr, Canyon, Llttl.
Scout. Bam rnnilpa, Argregor, une uiver.
Air Light, Action, Terra Flrma, South
Breese, Flying Ship, Kvea Q, Londln, Llng
qulst, Bessie Spahr, Sclntlllant II, Blr Her
culea, Plantudes, Ravel, Maxey Blumenthal,
Gllfaln, Kranglble, Erne, J. Sidney Walker,
Marcos, Huszah, Begone, Piederlch, High
Chancellor, Bavable, Vlncennes, Conun
drum, Alabarch, Trinity Bell, Alta Loma,
South Trimble, Charlie Grainger, Amury,
Kd Comyn, McChesney, Luclen Appleby,
Moor, Nitrate, Callbau, The Iarly, Rolling
Boer, Skillful, Judge Hines, Captain Arnold,
Senator Morrison, Harry New, Vulcain,
Flying Torpedo, Dupont, Blr Hugh, Triad,
Don't Ask Me. The Common, Bardolpn,
Lem Reed, Jack Ratlin, Pompey. Orlando,
Incubator, Gregor K, John Peters, St.
Marcos Favonua, Willful, Topsail, Lord
Quex, Desanet. Flngal, Malory, Hernando,
Aggressor. Governor. Mavor Johnson.
Anan-a-Dale, Menarka, Wood Lake, Bour
bon, ina ficKet, snooting star, Manru,
Owenton, Dubious. Cledi, St. Heir, Six
Shooter, Bernays, Collonade. Dick Welles
Belle'a Commoner, W. B. Gates, Wax
Taper. Ben Mackdhul. Solon. Gold Bell
Janeway Rightful, Spencer Retfl, Otla,
Dewey, Picquart, Lacy Crawford. Bare a.
Sailor's Dream, Bohul, Walnamolnen,
vaieat, ueorge uidds, Biuney Lucas,
TI-. . .1 , BMn.v r T T. I U
. J " . . I . . J V . . . .3 , ...... K 1 ( 1 1 1
Harry, The Don, Dick Furber, Glenwater,
inventor, out fiwi, rtea .Haven, water
Th. Lakeside stakes, a sweepstakes, for
fillies. 1-year-old, Ave furlongs, 32,000 added.
113 nominations, of which the following
have been named:
Bronaewood, Shades of Night, Scandal
Wings. Mary Dunn. Lady Thistle. Interro
gation, Mabel Goode, Miss Demure, Prado,
Kthel Grant, Revision, Miss Molile, De
termination, Lady Free Knight. Spencerlan,
Matrona, Handsome Florry, Miss Veracity,
Veatlna Belle, Moulin Rouge, Mon Chere,
Sweetness and Light, Blue Pennant, I.ady
Infallible, Oaxaca, Outwal, Olvado, Lady
Charles, Ano, Annie Dsvls, Sadie Burch,
Liberty Bell, Hand witch. Ida Davis, Miss
Doyle, Sister Roslne, Belle Juan, Dallas,
X'ompetltion, Vqlto, Walterln, Mordella,
Signorlna, Semolina, Testimony, Caro
bourn, Flori Lyrist, Trompeuse, Aline
Newman. Lucy K. H., Badger Girl, Nellie
Cromwell, Codes, Cardona, Walnola,
Taplola, Rlceful. Llbble Candid.
The Hyde Park stakes, a sweepstakes
for 2-year-olds, six furlongs, 31,600 added,
194 nominations, of which the following
have been named:
Dale, Colonel Headier, Bright Arch,
Rain of Gold, Prince Danger Bronsewood,
Mary Dunn, Glen Gallant, Merrle George,
King's Charm, ixird Tennyson, Kenning
ton. Sanctum, Jovian, Falkland, Common
Bird. Virginia Boy. Gallthear. Edwtard
Hale, Lights Out, Auditor, Trovator, Good
Catch, Hundy Andy, Paris, Fred Lepper,
English Lad. Dell Leath. Eddie Domlulck.
Little Woliy. Willie Newcomb, Father
Tallent. Frank Carr, Matrona, Rudabek.
Turtle, patrolman, Hosebar, Ortwells,
Vanlsher, Foncaata, Lorens, Iryon, truest,
Lanark, Fortune, Firbarne, Benton,
Veatlna Belle, John P. Mayberry, Kahertn,
Weakureaa, Fox 1-ake. King Croker Jake
Tannebaum. Huckleberry Finn. Potter,
Brancss, Manners, Instrument, Blue Pen
nant, Lady Infallible. Katlllade. Oaxaca.
Dvledo, Lady Charles, Hunterdon, Weather
Uuuie, lom Klley, spoor, Anne Davis.
Meek Smith, Bon of Thunder, Lad of
Keher. Ben Crockett, Mlaa Doyle, pom
Inloue, You, Klein wood. Salivate. Don
T ,,mo. Henrv Lvons. liu ford. Mollm
1 Wslteiin, Velio. Dutiful, UU11 otsU.i, MUe
Flnlen, Bemlnola, Testimony, Dargln,
Signorlna, Batta, Ida 8. Trompeuse, Aline
Newman, Lucy B. 8.. Governor Lafollete,
tValnut Hill, Barley, Nellie Cromwell. King
Nutter, Atwlll, Frlnce Sllverwlngs, Flower
"King, Flo Bob, Soldier of Fortune, Fore
sight, Libble Candid, 8t. Yuzef, Steel
Maker, Highball, Merry Pioneer, Jerry
Lynch, Wood Montgomery, Bt. Paris.
Th. other stakes for the meeting ar. for
3-year-olds and upward:
The Oakwood handicap, on. mile and a
furlong, 32,500 added, 106 nominations.
Great Western handicap, one and one
half miles, 33,000 added, 79 nominations.
Young handicap, one mile and one and
one-nair lurionga, t,uw aaaea, ui nomina
Midway stakes, selling, one mile ana a
furlong, 12,000 added, 99 nominations.
Auburn stakes, selling, one mile and one-
half furlong, 32,000 added, 109 nominations.
Lakevlew handicap, six furlongs. 32,000
added, 113 nominations.
Kenwood stakes, nve lunongs. z,ouo
added, 120 nominations.
Maywood atakes, nve (uriongs, 32,000
added, 130 nominations.
Kdgewater stakes. Ave and one-half fur
longs, 32.000 added, 112 nominations.
Quickstep stakes, four rurlongs, 12,000
added, 148 nominations.
LOSING TEAM STILL ASPIRES
Omaha Gaa Clsa Will Shoot Another
Race with Dicky Bird
Directly after the shoot with the All
Nebraska team Saturday Captain William
Townsend of the defeated Omaha teum
challenged the Dickey Bird Gun club team
to a match team race at l.ve birds similar
to the one Juet corn.plet.ed. This was ac
cepted and the match will occur next
week. It will be for twenty-five live birds
per man. The Dickey Bird men will have a
handicap of one bird each. As a side issue
Captains Townsend and Tooser of the two
teams, who will oppose each other, have
bet 326 eu-h on the result of their Individual
competition. The teams will shoot 4 fol
Omaha Townsend, Kimball, Grant. Fogg,
Jones, Lewis, Rogers, Brewer, Burgess.
Dickev Bird Tooier. Weatherhead, Ha-
fer, Downs, Goodrich, Sherwood, Morrill,
CURLING ATJWT-OFF LAKE
Skin rsriaa'i Rink Wins Twice from
Robert Patrick's hy Cloae
Strenuous nurllng was In progress at
Cut-Off lake Saturday afternoon. Two
rinks were In hot competition. The skips
were P. L. Forgan and Robert Patrick.
After an exciting afternoon's sport the
rink skipped by Fnrgan won two games.
The scores were 21 to 20 and 24 to 21. YheM
are the closest game" that have been plael
this aeason. The ice was the beat the
1 1 . . A.t k. '
juot now nix ritiKs 01 ttcoicn curlers
from the old countrv have Invaded Canada
and are meeting their superiors at the
game on this aide 01 ine water. incxi
winter the Omaha team plans to bring
the Canadians here to meet their narrows.
Mora Chess Games Decided.
HARVARD RUNNERS StXCEED
Beat Tale and Pennsylvania Teams at
CAMBRIDGE MEN BEAT PREVIOUS RECORD
Cover l,RUO Yards In One and One-
Fifth Seconds' Lean Time Than
printers Ever Took
BOSTON, Feb. 14. A great crowd of per
sons witnessed the annual Boston Athletic
association Indoor track games st Mechan
ics' hall tonight. The entry lift Included
most of the prominent athletes of eastern
As for the past two years the events
which were arranged as features were the
college team races. In which Harvard beat
Forty-yard invitation (scratch), won by
W. J. Holland, Georgetown, lime, 4 4-6
Team races. 180 yards; Cambridge Young
Men's Christian association defeated Boston
Young Men's Christian association. Time,
Andover academy defeated Phillips-Exeter
academy. Time, 3:15 3-3.
Massachusetts institute ot xecnnoiogy
won from Bowdoln.
Fortv-vard dah. handicap, won by J. W.
Williams jr., Maasuchusetts Institute of
Technology. Time, 4 3-u.
One thousand yaru run, won Dy j. tl,
Stone, Harvard. Time, 2:23.
Piittlne- 13 pound shot, won by E. P,
Sheldon, New York Athletlo club, distance
43 feet 4 lncnes.
Forty-nve yaraa low n urate nanaicap,
won by L. G. Blackmar, Williams coTiege.
Two mile rjn. American Ainieuc union
championship scratch, won py Alexander
CJrant. rew ,iur Aimeiic ciuo. 1 una
Three standing lumDS. won by Dr. H. E.
Mulligan, Youkers, N. Y. Distance, 34 feet
Team races. Tufts college defeated Unl
verHity of Maine. Time 3:15 4-5.
Williams college defeated Dartmouth.
Time 3:13 3-6.
Harvard defeated University of Pennsyl
vania. Time 3:10, breaking the existing
record for 1.560 yards by 1 1-5 seconds.
Amherst beat Georgetown. Time 3:09,
breaking the record previously made by
High jump, won by n. Robeson, Harvard
Athlutlc association. Six teet 2VS Inches.
Team races, special. Harvard beat Yale,
this decision being given by the judges,
who said that the Interference of a spec
tator with Franchol of Yale Jui"t aa he
passed the Harvard man, Behr, on the last
relay was unfortunate. Time 7:60 2-5.
Mile run handicap, won by C. Alcot,
Yale, 40 yards. Time 4:43 3-6.
Six hundred yards handicap, won by R.
P. Nichols. M. I. E. (23. Time 1:20.
Team race, Cornell beat Princeton. Tims
afternoon and the books were hit hard.
Artilla was heavily played to win the last
race, but J. Daly raced her head oft and
she was beaten in a drive by Autollght.
Weather clear, track fast. Results:
First race, futurity course, selling: Im
petuous, 9ti (Wllkerson), 12 to 1, won; Bell
Heed, 98 (W. Waldo), 6 to 2, second; Hlp
ponax. 212 (Burns), 6 to 1, third. Time:
Seoonu race, seven-sixteenths of a mile,
maiuen 2-year-olds, purse: Benrcatcher,
112 (Shaw), 1 to 2, won; Bombardier, ln9
(Bums), 8 to 1, second; Golden Mineral, 112
(Bullman), 6 to 2, third. Time: 0:42'i.
Third race, one mile, selling: Nlgrette,
SO (Knapp), even, won; I.ady Kent, 107
(Stuart), 12 to 1, aecond; Antolee, 107
(Kelly), 10 to 1, third. Time: 1:12.
Fourth race, mile and one-eighth, Palace
hotel handicap: Gold Van, 97 (C Kelly),
2 to 1, won; Cunard. 122 (Bullman), 3 to 1,
iecond; Yellow Tall, 108 ( Waterbury), 12
to 1, third. ' Time: 1:334. Yellow Tall fin
ished first and waa set back for fouling.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling: or
gandie, 86 (Heed), 6 lo 6, won; Hag Tag, lug
(J. Daly), 4 to 1, second; Ulendennlng, lob
(Kelly), 6 to 1, third. Time: 1:13V
Sixth race, mile and a quarter, selling:
Autollght, 103 (Birkenruth), 3 tc 1, won;
Artlllu, 101 (J. Daly), 6 to 6, second; C.rey
feld, 103 (Jenkins;, 7 to 1, third. Time:
peka. Play was resumed this afternoon at
The next annual meeting of the associa
tion will he held at Sioux Falls, H. D. The
mid-summer meeting will probably be held
at Lake Munawa, Council Bluffs.
CRESCEUS BEATS ICE RECORD
Trots Mile in 2i15, or Two and Three
Quarler Seconds Better Than
OTTAWA, Ont., Feb. 14 A new lc. rac
ing record was established today when
CresceuB, George H. Ketcham's champion
trotter, covered the Ottawa Ice Racing
association's mile track in 2:15.
The fastest mile previously made over
an Ice track was trotted .yesterday by
Guonner in 2:174. Cresceus' time by quar
ters was: 0M1, 1:07, 1:42'4, 2:15.
Cresceus' tierlormaiice today was an ex
Josett. Wiaa Desoto Handicap.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 14. The De Soto
handicap, at six furlongs and worth 31.t4a
to the winner, the feature of today's card,
was won easily by J. U. Strode's Jonette,
a second choice in the betting at II to 2.
Favored by the start, Josette raced the
favorite, Scorpio, off his feet and then
came on and won aa she pleaded. Potheen
and Scorpio were the only beaten favorites.
Weather clear, track muddy. Results:
First race, selling, seven furlongs:
O Hsgen, 90 (Robblns), 4 to 1, won; 1 a.iy
Alberta, 102 (Llr.dsey), 9 to 2, second; Jerry
Hunt, 106 (Munro), 6 to L third. Time:
Second race, five furlongs: Birch Broom,
rl (Llndsey), 9 to 2, won; Mimical Slipper,
ITO (Gannon), 16 to 1, second; Lady Mis
take, 110 (W. Hicks), 13 to 1, third. Time:
Third race, handicap, mile and one-sixteenth
Ben Chance, 101 (Llndsey), 4 to 1,
won; Potheen, 111 (Gannon), 8 to lo, second;
Mauser, 93 (Haack), 15 to 1, third. Time:
Fourth race, De Soto handicap, six
furlongs: Josette, 93 tDavlssoni, 9 to 2.
won' Scorol". 120 (Odomi, 9 to 6, second;
" . L r, ,.n VI ... 1 .1.,...
Koval ueceiver, inimoi
Time: 1:16 3-5.
Fifth race, selling, mile and a half:
Ceylon, 104 (Fuller), t to 5. won; The Way.
lmi (W. H'lckB), 6 to 1. second; Satin Coat,
Llndsey), 9 to 5, third. Time: 2:42.
Sixth race, one mile: Honolulu, 102
(Llndsey), 9 to 2", won; Tioga, 97 (Tralnori.
9 to 1, second; Hedge, 86 (Hobblns), S to 1,
third. Time: 1:45 1-6.
With the Bowlers.
The All-Germans best the All-Amerlrans
In a match ganio of tenpins on the Western
( alleys last night. The score:
MONTE CARLO. Feb. 14 -In the fourth priMI CCTC WINNFR BACK
ound of the International cheHS tourna- rUUL. OLIO iHIPIPiCn DMUf
ment today Mleses beat Taufc?nhau, Vi
enna nnenln. In forty-four moves:
Schlechter beat Turraach. queen'B pawn
opening. In twenty-six moves; Albln beat
Moreau. king's bishop pawn opening, in
forty moves; Plllshury beat. Marco, Ruy
Lopes opening. In thirty-eight moves, and
Wolf beat Manthall In thirty-six moves.
The game between Mason and Reggio was
Aatoaaontl. Show a Sneerss.
CHICAGO. Feb. 14. Promoters of the
automobile show, which opened here today,
assert that the display l the most varied,
comprehensive and costly of Its kind ever
held In thin city. The exhibit is given
under the Joint management of the Chi
cago Automobile club and the National
Association of Automobile Manufacturers.
Yellow Tall Gel. Only Third Money
for Interfering? with Other
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 14 Yellow Tall
won the Palace hotel stakes at lnglealde
today but wis disqualified, the first and
second money going to the Morris pair.
Gold Van and Cunarl. Yellow Tall, who
was a 12 to 1 choice. tnk the lead and
was never headed. Near the paddock he
swerved to the outside and Interfered wtih
Cunard, he In turn carrying Gold Van wide.
Yellow Tail won by three parts of a
'WeUplaysd horses scored during ths
Hawthorne Kntrles Published.
CHICAGO, Feb. 14 The Chicago Jockey
club tonight aave out the list of nomina
tion to the Hawthorne handicap, the new
jiomo stake to be r"n on the opening day
of the spring meefTiig. May 23, and the
northern handicap, :.,tJ0 added, to be run
at the summer meeting. The entries num
ber ninety-nine for the Hawthorne and
eighty-four for the northern, and include
the following horses: McChesney Wyeth,
winner of last year's American Derby;
Savahle, winner of the Futurity; Luclen
Appleby, Aladdin, Hclntlllant, winner of tne
Twentieth Century; The I.ady, Kunnels,
St Marcos. F'ying Torpedo, H.-rnaiMlo,
Alan-a-Dale, nwenion, nix nnooier, wn.
winner of 19o2 St. Louis Derby; John
iinv.. t,a 1 vtn.mrrtr 11. Wmlc winner
of last year's Burns' handicap; Jlmtnes,
Wax Taper, reaerai, nnnuiiiuinton,
nev Lucas and Esherln, winner of the
Al Krug, jr
G. T. Zimmerman.
2d. 3d. Total.
135 2"6 494
IM 151 43
Jh7 I'Hi 621
129 i: "16 4:t4
lt;i 158 493
73 C39 1400
2d. 3d. Total,
ixl li,2 626
123 131 4'6
127 179 4T5
155 1KI 619
113 133 422
693 791 1327
DETROIT, Feb. 14 At the Gross.
Point shoot today V'llllam Henlch of
Detroit defeated Bates of Rlilgetnwn, Ont.,
in the shootolT for the grand sportsman s
handicap target championship. They wer.
tied at 79 in the first lv t.irgtts. but In
the second round Kenlch broke .9 to Bates
7ii. Htnlih s distance was sixteen yards
and Bute' seventeen.
I'oss Amntrnr Cue Champion.
NFW YORK. Feb 14 -Wilson P. Foss Of
liaverstraw won tpu championship of tho
National Association of Amateur Billiard
players tonight by defeating h. W. Gard
ner of Pasaalc, N. J.. by Sou to 149. h osa'
hlgheet ru'- u 73 and his average 15,
against Gardner's 3S and 7 14-19.
"I hs4 trouble with my bowels vtalrh msds my
bloofl impure. My fr w covri with pimples
whlh no itror reiue.lv could remove. I trlej
our I -ereta enn tfrrel wee uij puy wnen
in e wee,
Whist Association Kleets Officers.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Feb. 14 .-(Special Tele
Sram.) The officers of the Central W hist
association elected at the business near Ion
held during this forenoon are: President,
W. H Howlett. Kansas City: vice p resi
dent Otto Reeniller. Yankton, 8. D. ; secre
tary 'and treasurer. James Burnens Omaha;
directors. K. F. Btlmson. Council Bluffs,
la ; Frank Foods. Lincoln; J. C. I-andls. Bt.
Joseph; J. C. Cummins. lies Moines; Osar
Huberg, Sloua City; m. 1 Copeland, fo-
1 beve rtnaimuli'A tliem W all U frleuds loi
a)t s few keve touniX r-llef.
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