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THE CMAIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, DECEMBER C, 1903.
GOLFERS LOOK TO FUTURE
Omaha Flajart Antioipat Eport of the
LOCAL CONTESTS WILL BE OF INTEREST
Coaatry aad Field Clabs Are Basy aa
Their Neighbor Are Promis
ing Some Lively
Now that the Country club ha named
ita directory. and Field club haa not
only named Iti directors, but also 1U new
offloers, the euspens leading up to thei
vent If. indeed, there wa auch Is a
thing of the past, and the two organiza
tions are now In a poeltlon where they
can look forward to the things which hare
been talked of In the way of Improvements
and Innovations for next year. These two
organisations, among other things, will
doubtless have their Internlclna struggle for
honors, and contests will also be arranged
with outside clubs. It seems assured that
games will be contested next year, as was
the case this year, with the Country and
Waveland clubs of Pes Moines. The Dos
Moines Country club Is negotiating for the
purchase of an additional tract of .land,
and if the deal goes through, as everything
seems to Indicate, then Des Moines will
have two fine elghteen-hole courses.
Then the big Transmlsslsslppl contest,
whloh is the event par excellence among
golfers In this section, must not be lost
sight of. The best class of golfers In the
Transmlsslsslppl will also have their hands
busy in taking care of the return match,
which must be played with the all-western
team, which was defeated at Chicago this
year, and which Is already setting up the
hue and cry for the fixing of the return '
date. It is not to be supposed that the
Transmlsslsslppl golfers will be caught
napping, and that something will be doing
which the all-western aggregation was not I
anticipating. Coming back to local affairs, I
there is enough to keep the players of av
erage ability and all others busy during
the season. - And the directors will be busy
with the Improvements and other matters.
All of which points to a season of un
A complaint comes from the east that a
spirit of professionalism has grown up
among the golfers and that It bids fair to
place the stamp of disapproval upon the
game. It is alleged that not only have
some of the leading amateurs accepted
board and transportation that they might
advertise a certain winter golfing estab
lishment, but that others have taken the
prises they have won during the year which
were not up to the grade they desired
them to be and cauaed them to be glided.
Other charges of similar Import are pre
ferred against prominent golfer". But all
of this Is of little moment to' the eastern
newspapers, against the writers of whose
golf stories the leading spirits In the
United Btates Golf association have In
cluded In the list of those who are to be
. plaoed under the ban of professionalism.
By what process of reasoning the Increas
ingly large number Of eastern and western
writers upon golf In the dally papers, and
who are themselves golfers, should be de
clared professionals, would be hard to de
termine. It looks like the stillest and
craziest thing the United Btates Oolf as
sociation haa ever broached, and if the
attempt Is made to carry out the proposed
scheme the officials In the leading golf
organisations will be made to feel so cheap
they will have to oome down from their
high and lofty pedestal.
The cry haa gons up from the rank and
file of golfers everywhere that they do not
get any golf news in the newspapers. That
the game which la really one of great
merit haa not been given that attention by
the wlelders of the pen that la displayed In
the accounts of sports along other lines,
Tet in view of all this the United Btates
Golf officials "are seriously contemplating
declaring the golfers employed on the big
dailies of the-eountry as professionals.
In a recent article on the Increase In
favor of golf for women in tha last decade
Miss Rhonda K. Adair, the champion woman
golfer of Great Britain, says:
I think women golfers are as a whole
the kindest and best natured eet of people
I have ever met. They seem above the
Fetty snuabMes and Jealousies which are
requentiy met with at other gatherings of
women. Being out of doors and oocurled
With their game, there 1 little time for
aught else but strict attention to their
fnvovlta rnort. Nearly ell the conversation
is about th Ir ma'che', the ("liferent et'-nkes
they have played, etc., ana me majority
era alwnva ready and willing to helD on
beginner and enorurge them with stories
of their own struggles when they were
And it can be truthfully said that If this
Is true In England It Is also (rue In this
country. The advantages of the game of
golf are many and cannot be overestimated.
The very healthfulneas of the sport seems
to broaden men and women alike, v exoept
In certain tnstanoes, and In these It dwarfs
very good Instinct which looks to the
Promotion of the spirit of true sportsman
ship. It also affords exercise without the
llabl'lty of overdoing, as In tennis and other
games. It Is also played during nearly the
Whole year, and by men, women and chil
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dren alike. More women play golf In
America than In England, and If the popu
larity of the game, which is yet In Its
Infancy In this country, continues on the
Increase, It Is 'only a short while until
every city or town of any pretensions In
the United Btates will have one or more
The latest fad in London Is "counter
golf." which has the advantage over other
kinds of golf at this season of the year
for the reason that It Is played on k par
lor table. It is one of the most exciting
parlor games yet Invented, and promises
to be more of a erase than ping x"t and
mora enduring. The links, which la a board
covered with green balsa, constitutes a six
holed course over a series of bunkers, com
posed of rocks, a ridge, a fence, a wall
and a water Jump or ha sard, the holes set
between these obstacles being composed of
rings. In playing the game an Ivory disk
or counter takes the place of the ball, and
It Is Impelled forward by a small Ivory
nicker that plays the part of the golf club.
Pressure of the nicker on the edge of the
counter forces It to jump forward, though
not always In the manner expected or the
direction required. Plays commence at the
home green and continue around the
course, every hole being made after each
bunker has been cleared between two flags
set upon It. Th (tara Is to cover the
course In the least number of strokes. A
stroke Is counted each time the counter
II touched, and while It Is possible to cover
the course in six strokes, the probability
Is, that, simple as the play appears, sixty
strokes will be nearer the mark, for the
counter has an aggravating way of flying
off at unexpected angles, dropping too
short when the pressure is too light, flying
too far when it Is too hard, and lodging
even on the bunkers. The game Is fin
ished, when those taking part In It, have,
playing alternately, covered the course
three times. By the players taking alter
nate turns. Interest In the game is thor
oughly maintained, and rises to a fever
heat in the last round, when everyone Is
trying his best to win the pool, which,
naturally, has more attractions than some
other things. . ' ,
At a recent meeting of the athletlo exec
utive committee of Princeton, university
the privilege of wearing the university "P"
was granted to F. Ot Rolnhart for winning
the Intercollegiate golf championship.
Thanksgiving day at the Nassau links at
Glen Cove, Long Island, had a royal good
time. "Garden sass," and poultry and
other edibles were offered as prises. Be
fore the contest the prises were, out upon
exhibition, and to each of them a tag was
attached denoting the party to whom it
was to be given. Some of the notices at
tached to these tags are here Indicated:
"For the player who is some punkins at
silver-tongued oratory, and who stands
ready at all times to Insure you against
Are now and hereafter."
'Tor the player who would have won If
the grass had been cut short on the long
holes and long on the short holos, and If
he had used the short tees on the long
hole and the long tees on the short holes."
or the player who would hav won if
he bad not eaten corned beef and cabbage
"For the player who would have won
had It not been for the crasy fools behind
and the duffers In front, and If he had used
another club." -
"For the player who would have won if
the game was for cracking rocks with a
Sixteen-pound hammer, instead of chasing
a quinine pill all over creation with a tooth-
"If thft hA.flf1Ir.An rnmmltfaa io mA
- ' - s" ...a v v tisku aaa" VI
if the prise went to the player with the
biggest gross score."
'If he had not taken seven putts on the
., long holes bad been short, and
all the short holes long."
ii soma otner game bad been played."
BIG SERIES OF TEAM SHOOTS
Missouri River' hotsjsm Experts Will
Bar Several Competitive
A bit of news was announced yesterday
which makes the hearts of the local sports
men glad. It was to the effect that a big
team shoot is planned for this month be
tween the best marksmen in the cities of
Omaha, St. Louis, Kansas City and Bt.
This wIU be one of the biggest shoots
which was ever pulled off in th central
west. It Involves the crack marksmen of
four of the best and largest cities in this
part of the country. The events will be
fifty targets and an equal number of live
birds. The prises which are announced for
this event constitute the best galaxy of
trophies that was ever hung up for western
The first shoot will be held at St Joseph
December 28-31. There will be two days at
targets and two days at live birds, each a
sweepstake event, and the team races will
be under way at the same time, It being
possible for the team match to enter Into
and become a part of the other two events
The second shoot will be held in Omaha
the second week In January, but the exact
dates have not been announced. The events
at this meeting will be an exact dupltfica
tlon of the program at St Joseph, and th
two remaining shoots at Kansas City and
Bt. Louis will be similar. ,
It Is expected that this team match or
tourney will attract to this city the test
marksmen in this section of the country.
With the first of the month of December
th season or quails and chlckena closed.
thousands and thousands of
not produced its equal for
Res or d
and the sportsmen have bung up their guns
so far ae shooting these birds ar con
cerned, although there will be other shoot
ing during th winter months.
Th Dickey Bird Gun club has challenged
the Omaha Gun club for a live bird team
shoot. The challenge was promptly ac
cepted and now the announcement Is mad
that the big battle for supremacy between
these two organizations will be pulled off
on December II
TURF G0SSIP0F THE WINTER
Talk ot th American Derby Shows
that Pip Dreamers Ar
A ridiculous rumor which has recently
been In circulation among followers of the
turf has been met with the expression.
Wake up." It was to the effect that James
O'Leary, the great gambler, had decided to
make a $1,000,000 book on the American
Derby of 190. with agents in every big city
In the country. There Is much doubt in the
minds of many that there will be a Derby
In 1904, more doubt about O'Leary having
any complete plana for the winter booking
and no doubt but that he will have a big
book In any event if he has the chance to
make it. Stewards of the Western Jockey
club, at their December meeting, will have
to deal with the Worth Jockey club, as th
equal of Harlem, Hawthorne and Washing
ton Park when allotting dates for 1904 rac
ing. This fact has been known for some
time to those who have discussed turf mat
ters with the promoters of the Wagner
track. The action of the latter In giving
;."00 purees for their late meeting and
valuable stakes was a part of their plan to
announce their equality.
Information from New York state, where
they race under the Percy-Gray law. Is that
big men Interested In the turf are thinking
of Introducing a bill to tne next assemmy
calling for the extension of the racing sea
son, so that horse racing will be legal from
April 1 to December 1. Authoritatively In
formed turf followers say that the bill
would die in the committee.
Starter Fttjsgerald, who has departed from
New Orleans, where he will do the flag
wielding at the winter meeting. Is thinking
seriously of trying a new scheme In start
ing th fields there the Cassldy plan of
making the boys walk their mounts up to
the barrier on an even Una for the break
away. The plan has done away with a lot
of Jockeying by the shrewd and high-priced
boys who have the mounts from the stables.
It should giv all owners an equal show in
V. K. Farlev. who Is awaiting his trial
foe the alleged ringing at Detroit, says
he will make trouble for Chicago racing In
1904. The threat is considered seriously In
mnmn nuarters by men who realise that
anybody, no matter how discredited he
may be In turf circles, may engage a law
yer and conduct a crusade.
William Murray has attained such suc
cess in starting the fields at Latonia dur
ing the past season by means of the walk
ing plan that th general adoption of the
scheme on western tracks seems likely.
The novel feature of this method of start
ing Is the fact that the fields walk to a
chalk line drawn across the track, a short
distance in front of the barrier. When the
alignment Is perfect, the field starts walk
ing toward the barrier, and at the oppor
tune moment, while the line Is still un
broken, the starter lets go the barrier and
th fields break. Only one disadvantage
Is urged against the method, and that la,
that a quick breaker has an unusual ad-,
vantage when 'the system Is used. This
has yet to be demonstrated completely, but
ven If It Is convincingly proved to be th
case, th majority of horsemen feel that
the advantages of the schema outweigh
Its defects and ar prepared to urge Its
King Edward has decided that h Is un
able to accept the Invitation to send some
of his horses to the St Louis exposition.
The declination is accompanied by an ex
pression of much regret, but it Is ex
plained that the king haa made It an In
variable rule not to enter horses In handi
Memphis had a memorable trottlnar and
pacing meeting this year, and several ran-
ords were smashed. . So long as horses ar
run and raced, will the critics talk about
tne year 1903, in which the two-minute
mark for trotters was first reached and
then passed, and because of the many rec
ords maa at the memorable Memphis
meeting. Mora records were made at this
meeting than any other place could boast
Dan Patch and Lou Dillon ascended the
throne, the former reeling off the fastest
mile ever traveled by a harness hnra
while Lou Dillon regained th laurels
taken from her when Cresceus went In
l:5M. World's records established at th
Memphis meeting were as follows:
Dan Patch, on mil In 1:B6U; world's
Lou Dillon, on mil In 1:58; world's
Major elmar, one mile In 1:69: world's
pacing record for geldings. s
Dan Patch, one mile In 1:67; world's
pacing record to a wagon.
TaHaI An. mil. I,. Q-nni. -.n.lJll. I
. i " ... .-win, DUI1UI VmVHlK
record for mares.
Dan Patch, half mile In :66; world's
peeing record for maros.
Th Mnnt - w TP . , I . . - ui
... wiuhj, una nine in jt.va:
world s record for trotters hitched to pole.
BASKET BALL COMES AGAIN
Loeal Athlete Bur Getting; Headr
for Winter Work la
The preparations at th Young Men'a
Christian association for a winter of sport
with especial reference to Indoor work, are
being made on an elaborate scale. The
principal pastime at this stage of the year
la basket ball and every effort is bending
to put out a strong team this winter In
order that the Young Men's Christian as
sociation's beat team may win from the
crack outside teams which it is now
thought will be seoured for games her
during th wlrter months. Th players
on the various teams have gone into train'
tng and regularly scheduled games ar now
being played, as a sort of pre-season prep
aration for the big battlea which are to
come later on. Another purpose of these
preliminary games is the desire to see
what players constitute ther best material
for the gathering together of the
best first team that is available
for the Young Men's Christian association
expects some strong battles before th
season haa expired.
At present ther ar four teams playing
regular games at the Young Men's Chris
tian association and th captains of these
teams ar as follows:
No. 1-E. J. Neville.
No. t George Kasmussen.
No. c. H. Hamilton.
No. 4 J. V. Webster.
From the teams the play will develop
the strongest and best men in the associa
tion, and from these the Instructor will
choose tha team which is to represent th
Young Men's Christian association in Its
big struggle. Th night claaa also has
two teams and these men ar also bidders
for a position on the first team. These
teams ar known as th Crescents and the
Invindbles. Each has played two games
with th South Omaha team. Th Cres
cents won both of Its games, while th In
vincible broke even on Its series.
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team and a general Interest In Indoor sports
for tha winter were never brighter than
this winter. Ther Is every Indication
that the gymnasts and th members of
th basket ball and other athletio organisa
tions will be In a position by reason of
their consistent practice to give a good ac
count of themselves. ' The management Is
now trying to schedule soma basket ball
games, although th season la aarly as
yet Last year several good teams war
brought here. Th chances are that tha
drat basket ball game will ba booked with
At tha time this game will be contested.
It is proposed to pull off a regular athletlo
exhibition, sort of a team contest or test
of strength between the Sioux City and
Omaha athletes. Two basket ball teams
wl.l be taken to Sioux City. In addition to
the basket ball games the athletlo meet
will be a general all-around exhibition of
Negotiations are also under way looking
to a gam with th Lincoln Young Men's Beid, Is putting forth every effort to inter
Christian association and th Stat unl- Mt th, bowlers of Greater New York and
verslty eleven, although th Omaha team tne ealt sending a large delegation of
has always been met with an advers tale bowler to tha big, event which lvsched
from Lincoln, which has precluded the pos- ! uie(i . or February. This has taken the
slbllity of scheduling a game with th
university aggregation. Th uasiceu in-
dlans which proved such a drawing card
laat year, will also be here during the
winter, althoughthere is at this tlm noth
ing certain aa to the date.
An went of general Interest to the- city
of Omuha and mor particularly to thos
who are Identified with athletics, is the
announcement that on tha evenings of Da-
cember 14 and 15. Indoor athletlo meets will
ba givn at th Young Men'a Christian
association. These meets will be partid-
pated in by the best members In all th
different gymnasium classes. These con-
slst of th business and professional men's
claases, the noon class, the 6 o'clock class,
the high school and th regular evening
clasaes. .The contest will be an lnterclasa
mnixit with tha end in view of determin
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of athleUo activity in tha Young Men's
Christian association, ao that tha manage-
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to pick lta best men for the events which before or during tha next session or ine
wll be scheduled with opposing teams for ' American Bowling congres at Cleveland
future dates. Contests of this kind will be In February. It la held that under the
scheduled with Bellevue and other plaoea western management tha American Bowl
later on and It is now deemed advisable lng congress haa been successful and that
to have a showing of the strength and In the event th eastern bowlers do not
capabilities of the different athletes at the see fit to come back Into It the congress
Young Men's Christian association, so that
when the time comes for the selection of
the best men to represent the association
In its outside contests there will be no
hesitancy and doubt about chooBlng th
best and strongest men.
Th next meet of this kind will be held In
February, at which time the effort will be
made to And out the best men In the various
departments of athletic activity. The
events for the interclaas contest which is
scheduled for December 14 and 11. In addi
tion to the regular Jumpa and other well
known events, will Include relay races with
four men in each class team and a tug of
war with five men In each team.
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to the fact that the athletes are not af
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large number of the athletes are doing
regular work at tha Young Men's Christian
association, however, with the end In view
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ar to be played later on.
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will b known next Tuesday, at which tlm
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WHAT BOWLERS ARE DOINQ
iplit Betrreea East aa4 West la
Amierloaa Can gross Is Clear
Tha talk between the different factions
representing the ast and the weat In con
nection with th meeting of th American
Bowling congress which Is to be held in
Cleveland In February Is now tha chief
topto among tha bowling Interests of this
country. For two years the eastern and
western bowlers hav been at outa. The
western contingent absolutely dictated In
the last national tournament at Indian
apolis. This was because th eastern con-
tlngent first set tha pace and wanted every'
thing lta own way and when the western
bowlers found that out they turned the
tables so effectively that the eastern bowl
ers withdrew and hav not participated In
the national bowling affairs since. An effort
Is now being made to pacify tha sectional
differences and President John York of the
Cleveland Bowling association, under whose
auspices the next national event is to be
torm of K special Invitation, and while
; York has undertaken a big task, reports
i fTom the east seem to indicate that his
efforts will bear abundant fruit
Tha eastern and western factions "split"
over th loaded ball question, but now that
the east haa secured Its desire in this mat-
I ter and tha lighter ball la being used,
, ther is no good reason why tha difference
which have existed up to this Urn should
' not be buried never to be resurrctd. At th
Indianapolis tourney but two New York
j bowlers were In attendance. This Is not
. anyimng im a wr rcpreseuiaiiun i i
! eastern bowling Interests and .specially of
th city of Nw York.
Th chief reason for th split between
the east and tha west waa tha loaded ball,
and while th present rules limit the
weight of the ball to sixteen and a half
pounds, tha New Yorkers still Insist on
an all-wood ball. It la expected tkat all
these differences will be adjusted either
will not be discontinued. The fact that
the eastern men still evince a desire to
! entirely run the affaire of the national
body Is ample argument with the ma
jority of the western bowlers to let the
eastern bowlers do as they please about
the matter of coming back Into the con
gress. In any event this element will offer
th easterners no concessions or favors of
. ny "
So far as known at this time none of tha
Omaha bowlers will attend tha meeting of
the American Bowling congress at lta an
nual tournament at Cleveland In February.
The local bowlers think that Cleveland Is
too far away. The next time It la thought
that tha annual tourney will be pulled off
In some city which Is nearer Omaha. The
Indications point to Milwaukee aa being
th favorlt for th honor.
Whil not much Interest attaches to tha
national tourney, ao far aa local bowlers
are concerned, many are looking forward
with Interest to the state tournament
which Is to b held In this city In Feb
ruary. It la thought that this tourney
will attract to this city teams from twenty
towns In tha state. The events will con
sist of Ave and two-men team contests and
At the and of th bowling season and
whan th Omaha and Commercial league
hav completed their schedules a contest
between th best bowler In these leagues
will be arranged. In order to determine
th championship of th city.
At th Bolleck and Marble alley Mra X,
8. Hunter has started th month with 184 at
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San Francisco, Cal., Mar. 12, 1902,
Uricsol Chemical Co., Loa Angeles, Cal.
Gentlemen. Being a staunch friend of
Uricsol, because of what It has done for
me, I want to tell you how much I feel Its
merits and what It has done In my cuse.
My story, no doubt, sounds the same as
many others. For twenty years I have
been suffering, 'off and on, from Rheuma
tism and have spent some thousand dol
lars during that time trying to cure myself.
I suffered Intensely. No one knows what
agonising pain I endured. I tried many
things to help me, applying heat, tnkrng
Internal remedies and going to the Byron
Hot Springs, but from all these found
practically no relief. When through some
friendly advice, however, I began with
Uricsol, some twelve month ago. It was
then the relief came as never before.
The three doses I took the first day
helped me and established my confidence
In the medicine, so that I kept on with It
faithfully,- and now I am enjoying perfect
health aa a result of Its work. At times 1
feel the old symptoms coming back, but a
few doses of the medicine takes them all
I have told many about it, and will con
tinue to do so, for as one can under
stand another's sufferings similar to my
own, I am glad to tell of Uricsol and what
a friend it la to any who suffer from this
dread disease. Sincerely yours, L. O.
16! Geary Bt, San Francisco.
tenplna For tha men'a monthly prise, J. P.
Smead haa 267. which la also high for thai
week. . For other weekly prises Ralph Kern
haa 25 at -ninepins. W. E. Rlddell 93 at
Seven-up and W. A. Chandler 12 games of
200 and above at tenplna. Th two hats
offered by Stephen eV Smith were won by
Charle French, with 28 at ninepins, and
X H. Hodges, with a total of 701 In three
auccesalve games of tenpins. High scores
for the week: Huntington, Sis, 23a: Ortffl hs,
226, 214, 206, 237, 227; Hodges, 202, 212, 204," 223,
202, 209; Sheldon, 206, 201; Wlgman. 22S, 202;
Tracy, 200. 214. 211; Cochran. 207. 204. 201;
Banks, 201; Norton, 226. 210. 212, 204. 235,
204; Carter. 220. 200; Tonneman, 202; L. J.
Schneider, 204, 217; F. W. Schneider, 2CS,
204; Forscutt 207, 214, 221, 206. 282: F;itscher,
201; J. A. Johnson. 201; Lehmann, 202; En
cell, 264. 208; Tltsworth, 202, 230; Bartsch,
232. 223; Chandler, 201, 204, 200, 204, 21L 214,
246, 202. 202, 230, 229; Zimmerman, 213;
Smead, 235, 257, 211, 200, 216; Walbaum, 214;
H. D. Reed, 206, 226; Brunke, 221; Oreenleaf,
209; Williams. 226; Conrad, 203; Neale, 202;
Weber. 202; Christie, 220; Fowler, 216;
French, 216, 200; Frledhaf, 200, 212; Hughes,
223; .Francisco, 204, 217; Emery, 216, 232,
208, 210. 212, 204, 223, 204; Marble, 210, 213,
212. 208, 224. 216, 207, 201, 204, 212, 213.
The Schedules of the two bowling leagues
In Omaha for the present week are as
Omaha Bowling League Monday, Waver
ley va. Omahas; Tuesday, Clarksons vs.
Krug Parks; Wednesday, Sti Charles vs.
Armours; Thursday, Colts vs. Nationals.
Commercial Bowling League Monday,
Westerns vs. Lenta & Williams; Tuesday,
Drexel vs. Stephens & Smith; Wednesday,
W. O. W. vs. Blacks Kate; Thursday, Oata
City va Browning, King & Co.
BASE BALL GOSSIP OF WEEK
Wcstarm League Magaate to Meet
at Llaoola to Determine
Oil week from Tuesday th Western
league magnates will meet at Lincoln to
arrange for their circuit for th next sea
son. It is not now unlikely that any change
will be made in plana heretofore announoed.
Lincoln and Bloux City will be admitted In
place of Milwaukee and Kansas City,
Peoria remaining In the circuit. It is now
understood that Simmons and his partners
will relinquish tha Peoria franchise to Billy
Hart who haa backing sufficient to put in
a team In the distillery town. Frank
Oenlna will probably get the management
of the Bloux City team, a thing his Omaha
frlenda will ba very glad to see brought
to pass. Denver rumors are to the effect
that Packard Is considering several offers
for hi Interests there, one of which comes
from George Tebeau. N If Foxy George
ahould get hold of th Denver franchise It
Is all off with Omaha'a hopes of getting
Into a bigger circuit until the Wlsard ot
Western Base Ball can find some mor at
tractive field for his activity. If ha can
O R R I r J E,"
Uitg AND MAIfMLKSa 9ftCIFIO.
f arslclaas preaeaacadrcaksnDMS a disease of the nervosa system, creating a morbid
n- for a susftelaat. loauanea inuajsvaw vhihb. w vw wi.i - 7 id.
k iialng eaa tspene mm aifeauv biiibi, iu uriuvjisf iu. wiiwwi aa
ih. h..i,ii. Mu "will cowtr" caa heal tha IntUmed stomach aiambraaes.
"OKklKat" permanently natures the craving for lijnr by actinv directly on the
affected narves, restoring iu stnnack and a lgeatle organs to normal conditions. I mprovlna'
te appetite aad raetorlag tbe bealt. r-o aanttarlnu treatment aeceeoa if I "OttklNB"
csa be take at yonr ears home without publicity. Can be given aecratly If dealred,
Mff. Mr. A siaa, uiw.'j ... J w . .
Um mj aaaie as a iwanty-yaar draoaara
restored to naohood and health by fuar
boss of OKU IN a.' It U a wondarfal aad
saarvaloaa can for lb drink aabiu"
Mra t. Wycltfl, New YorS City, wrltaei
"OH BINE' cared aiy husband, who waa a
teady 4raakaxa for away year. Ba bow
kas no dealr for sltmalaata. bis kealtk is
rood and keis tally restored to manhood.
JuaaaOonly flveboaeeof OastlNft.'" .
Mra W. L. D.. lialaaa. Moat, wrists) "I
ItSTe waited one yair before writing yon
I th parmaaent car of say son. ba took
eaaitarlam troataieat. aa wall aa otner ed
vartiaad carra. bnt ttaay all failed aotll w
gave hint t'B RISC' Ka is now full re
stored to kealt s. en kas an dst rr tor d rl nk ."
Mr. U. L. K-, Kaaaaa City. Me., writeai
! mm aatleted that drankennea It
Mee aad laeweret lata world. 'OaRINc,'
fast eyiaioa, wUI care aay caa U lake aa
WELLS FARGO MAN CURED.
Mr j L. O. Rowell. chief clerk In purchas
ing and supply department Wells-Fargo
Co.. Ban Francisco, writes us of the re
markable effect of Uricsol In his case. lie
was afflicted for two years with Sciatica
and Muscular Rheumatism. Physicians
and. Hot Springs bringing him but little re
lief, he was advised to try the dry climate
of Arlsona; on the way he had to be car-
-4 r . . i . . i . ., . . . . .
i iu l. viii nam iu ir&ui, am inence to mo . i
hotel. Z t
While at Tucson he hanrd. througlia s
Wells-Fargo messenger, f Uricsol aa a
new and successful remedy for nheuina
tlsm. Ho sent for a bottle, but got no
relief. Bent for three more, but it was
not until the fourth that tha pain began to
lessen. From that time he Improved rap
Idly, and In the course of a few weeks be
en m entirely cured, gaining 85 pounds in
His persistency was fully rewarded, and
yours will be If you determine, as he did,
to test It thoroughly.
CONSIDERS IT "NE PLUS ULTRA."
Covina, Cal., March U, 1903.
Uricsol Chemical Co., Los Angeles, Cal.
Gentlemen: I have been using Uricsol
for Rheumatism in the shoulders and re
ceived Immediate and continued benefit.
I consider It the "ne plus ultra" and
cheerfully recommend it to ail sufferers
from Rheumatism. D. M. YOUNO.
sis., Omaha. Ask Then for a Booklet
secure a franchise In the Western and still
hold control of two In the American asso
ciation he will bend his every energy to
keep Omaha in tha circuit with Denver, tor
he knowa that is the only chance to make
bis Denvan business pay.
Talk Of consolidation between the big
leagues Is still heard and Is debated on
both sides with siuch vigor. Until after tha
annual meetings It will be' tmposslt; to
giv an accurate Una on tb situation, but
many thing point to th realization of th
story published in The Be shortly after
th St Louis session' of th National As
sociation of Minor Leagues. With the two
big leaguea consolidated into on eight-club
circuit th Eastern league will be reorgan
ized along major league lines, and that will
cause a break in the present circuit of tha
American association, so that Omaha will
be desirable for the formation of the new
circuit. In this seems to lie the Only pros
pect of getting out of the company In which
tha best base ball town In the west has
been marooned for the laat four yeare.
Papa Bill Rourke is about as loquacious
as the tomb JVist now, but he is sawing
wood with the desperation of a man who
knows he has to do something. He makes
no promise except that he will be in base
ball next year and that he will havo a
team for which Omaha fans will not be
asked to explain or apologize. Gondlng,
Banders, Companion, Carter and Miller are
certain to ba members of It. Who the rest
will ba Bill Just now refuses to state, bfii.'
b says he has some names on bis list
that will read cood when he gives them'
A lovely little pill was cooked up In Bt
Paul the other day to th ffeot ti.it th
Twin Cities war to be cut out of the
Hlckey eague Hat and sent back to the
Western. Along with this waa the i.te
ment that Hlckey had not resigned the
presidency of the American. All of which
is simply not so. Hlckey has resigned and
the Twin Cities are not to be abandoned.
Tom Loftus has the refusal of the Hlckey
Job, but doesn't know what he will do with
It This item from The Bee's Dubuqu
correspondent gives a Una on Tom's un
TfcTTTT-TTW T T.
jjeapue ins raci mat Tom Lxn
unanimous eholo of the iniut I
for th presidency of the America!
tlon to succeed T. J. Hlckey, the
of the Washington American leag
Insists that he haa other arrangen.i
nex season snd therefore It woulJv"
possible fur him to head the AmeriJs,
soclatlon. Some time ago Loftus s
that the other magnates of the Amirl0;i,
league have made him a tempting buslnef
proposition, which will be made publlo afis
ineir coining meeting, anu n is more in.
crobabla that he will be able to dispose .
hla one-fourth Interest in the Washlngto
team in the near future. He feels oonnjVn
that he will reach an agreement wtln tne
magnates and be able to accevt their
proposition. Loftus feels confident that the
foul atrike will be abandoned next season,
although he favors It
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
yos direct. I waa a com mo a drnakard for
4aty years, bat to-dy I am free of any
oat 1 re ror liquor. nave loaaa laeeye
citic. Gud bless yoal"
Mr. A. K. L , Atlanta. Ca, writes) "I waa
bora with a keot whlakey aad drank it
for thirty-two yeara Ii baally brougkt sue '
to tae gnttar, komelea and friend lees I
was powarle-s to reeiet tb craving and
wonld steal and lie to (at whiskey. Four
boiaof OkklNE' cured ma of all dealr
and I now kata th smell of liouor "
Price It per bos. bo sea for ti. Mailed la
plain, sealed wraprnr by Orrine Company. .
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