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BOWLERS MEET IX ST. LOUIS
American Conrrr Will Hold Iu Neit Oon
rention in the Mound City.
ROBERT H. BRYSON ELECTLD PRESIDENT
Refneal of Delraalee ! Take Jet
Meetlaa Raat Widens Breneh
Between the Twn
LOt lS K. March 21. (Special
Telcgrnm.) 1'our Omaha bowlers iiliot to
day In the national bowling tournament
mi' running In t hi city, but none of them
finished with anything good enough to
cash. Walleni stands a chance with his
on', which la now about thirtieth place.
None of the three loader In the eveats
were passed In today's work. . although
several crack eastern team went on. The
Armory is filled tonight with the largest
crowd which 'ver saw a howling contest
and the heat Is such that nil the player
are perspiring freely, a fact which hurta
their grip. Scores:
2 .T Total.
31 7 :!: 585
17'i 183 S24
180 136 (
The American Bowling congress today de
cided to hold Its next annual convention in
St. Louis and elected the following officer:
President Robert II. Bryson, Indianap
olis. First Vice President Charles J. Huff
Second Vice lresldcnt A. C. Anson, Chi
Third Vice President F. W. Gosewlk, St.
Hecrctary rjumucl Karpf, Dayton. O., (re
elected). Treasurer F. Pasdeloup, Chicago (re
elected). The selection of St. Louis over Philadel
phia for the next meeting place has ma
terially widened the bread, between- the
east and the west. The delegates from the
east said, after the election, that they had
done all in their power to bring about an
amalgamation of the two factions, but it
now seemed hopeles. Cnarles K. Kbbetts
of Brooklyn, who was conspicuous In his
efforts to take tho next tournament to
I do not think the east and the west will
ever come together as we had hoped, and
an nutnu oti c irouuru MtMJ llir IUUI 11(1
ment gone to Philadelphia In liY7. The
spill looks decidedly serious and I am sin
cerely sorry, for the good of the American
Howling congress, that tho delegates did
not see fit to take that next convention to
Hanger Defends Weat.
Colonel J. H. Haager or Louisville, the
retiring president, said a to the reported
As a matter of fact there can fiardly tie
a breach hecaust tho east has never cut
any figure In bowling. New York, for In
stance, sent three teams to this tourna
ment. Still, with that representation the
east wanted everything for next year. It la
nothing more than right that the tourna
ment be held where the largest represen
tations have easy access. One thing we
all hope, for Is that bowling will soon be
conducted without the saloon adjunct
which prevails now to a greater or less ex
tent, and the tendency Is now In that di
rection. The rongress decided to admit clubs
from Cuba, Mexico and Canada.
The first ballot for the next convention
city stood: St. Louis, 62: Philadelphia, 43;
St. Paul, 11. On the second ' vote' the St.
Paul delegation threw ten of their votes to
St. Louis, carrying the day for St. Louis.
The deriding ballot resulted: Bt. Louis, 63;
Philadelphia. 44; 8t. Paul,.l.
This concluded the work of the congress
and It adjourned sine die.
Two-Men Team Seorca. .
The regular schedule waa taken up with
the appearance of the two-man tems The
beBt scores of. the afternoon were:
Faetz and Schneider, Chicago.... 1,147
Oernniiller and Andres. Peoria.... 1,135
Vollmer and Portness. Chicago 1.127
Schlink and Sturtz, St. I-ouls 1,125
Olorius and Barker. St. Louis '. l.nc
fiebhart and Menjmlnger, Detroit l.lOo
Thede and Bradshaw, Peoria l,t5
Clemens and Sanders, St. Louis .1,075
Wood and Wood, Wheeling ' 1.059
The highest Individuals of the 'afternoon
11. Rlchter. Chicago OiC
O. Rautenberg, St. IOUls 5St
If. K. Sanders, St. Louis: F. H. Mc
Reynolds, St. Louis; E. Vollmer, Chi
cago 58 !
F. Ksau. Chicago '. ... 5K3
K. V. Hess, Chicago 52
H. Poggcnxe. Chicago 578
C. Brayshear, Peoria 571
Charles Stokes. St. Louis 571
T. Cormllltr. Peoria, 5tS
W. Koenlg. Chicago 551
P. Churchman. Indianapolis 545
A. C. Alison, Chicago 642
Five-Man Team Scores. .
No changes among the loaders of the
flve-iiiun. two-mau and single classes ap
peared during today's bowling at the na
tional tournament of the American bowl
ing .congress. Century No. 1 of Clilcugo
mill leads the flve-man teams with a score
of 2,794; Pflueger and Pflueger of Cincin
nati top the two-mmi teams with 1,211
and L. Vandersyde still heads the list of
singles with 613. ' -
The ton high teams in the first group of
tonight's play were:
II rami Central, Brooklyn....
Maurer's Colts, Syracuse...
Harper Rye, Baltimore
Muilon No. 1, lndlanpolis
1 Crescent, Toledo ,
t. 1. 1'., LSt'llUll .
Crescent Natlonuis, Kansas City...
Imperials No. 1. .Indianapolis,
Elks No. 18, Cleveland
r.aiaaak Ball. -
The finals In the 'February tourney for
the president cup. which have been delayed
on account of Mr. Kennedy's -injury will
at last be played at th Racquet club Sat
urday afternoon, March 24, at 4 o'clock.
This mutch Is for the cup presented lust
year to become the property of the first
member winning it three times. 8. Burns,
There is no element of
speculation in the quality of
It is good beyond compare.
CHAS DENNEHY & COMPANY,
Jr.. and T. F. .Kennedy are In these finals,
and a Iturns has won tlie cup once. Ken
nedy la all the more anxious to beat his
Pa l FATTEN ISO THK OI.O rI.F
Ready for llome-t onlm of HI Coca
Pa Rnuike ha sent the wherewithal to
ail hi colts and vets and the Influx will
soon start. Monday Is the day set and
then all will coine In with their Khsxny
manes. This Is a little graft which tha
players work on Ta. Rnurke pays all ex
pense before the opening of the season.
Including barber bills, and the boys learned
not to get their hair cut until they can d'
It at Pa's expense. The Chattanooga
lynching having been completed. Carter will
be up from the wilds of Tennessee and be
full of tales of mooiishlnltig and hair
breadth escapes from the revenue officers
during the winter. Schlpke used to tell
c.f his hunting and trapping experiences
on the Nensha. and Ir. Welch will tell
the boys from the country of the legs and
arms he has cut off during the winter.
Howard has been fattening cattlo on his
Illinois farm, and the others will have nil
sorts of thrillers to relate. More have re
mained In Omaha than ever before, the
list including Quick. Dolan, Ooiullng,
Welch. Kreese'and Hull.
Decide on Sprlna ('onalaniiient.
HASTINGS. Neb.. March 21 (Spetfal Tel
egram.) At a meeting last nlKht a state
organization of griiyhound owners wus per
fected. About iwetity-tlve persons were
present, coming from Kearney, Kdgur, Wil
cox, Sutton. It lea, Friend mid Arapahoe.
It was decided to hold a spring coursing
meet at Wilcox on June la, 11 and 12. The
time and place of holding the fall meet
will be determined later. These officers
w?re elected: President, II. Riley, Friend;
vice president. William Wlieeland, Edgar:
secretary and treasurer. George Dayton.
Lincoln; executive committee. J. W. Hller.
Edgar: George Holt, Falls City; Mr. Ever
son, Wilcox; N. P. Hansen. Kearney.
Iowa for Reform In Foot Ball.
IOWA CITT. Ia.. March 21. (Special Tele
gramsAt fhe meeting of the university
senate this afternoon the recommendations
of the Angell foot ball conference for the
government of foot ball were npproved.
The action taken places Iowa university
among the schools which suind for foot
ball reform. 'The new governing rules were
adopted without criticism or a dissenting
rote, despite the fact that they did not
agree in aU particulars with the ideas of
the leading numbers ot the senate.
Densmi Wins Second Prise.
CHICAGO. March 21. The amateur bil
liard championship tournament was wound
up todav at the Chicago Athletic associa
tion with an extra game between Calvin
Demarest of Chicago and J. F. Poggenhurg
of New York to decide the tie for second
place. Demarest won the match by the
score of 31ft to 12, after a slow and listless
game. Hesmes caniuring secomi innium in
the tournament, Demarest gets a handsome
gold watch. Poggenhurg drew a diamond
pin lor the tnira prize.
American Aaanclnllon Schedule.
LOriBVILLE. Ky.. March 21.-The
schedule committee of the American as
sociation, composed of President J. D.
O'Brien of Milwaukee. J. Ed Orlllo of To
ledo' and George Tcheati of Ixiuisvllle. met
today and agreed on a schedule for the
coming base ball season. The schedule will
not be published until It has been acted
upon at the regular meeting of the as
sociation, which will be held March 28 at
Player Goes to Canada.
WICHITA. Kan., March 21. Intlelder
Frlck of the Wichita club has been sold
The Nebraska state shoot will be held
at Lincoln. June 5, 6 and 7. George L. Car
ter is secretary.
The Omaha Gun club Is not as popular
with the shooters of the state as in the
days when live birds were the targets.
The Iowa stats shoot drew a few more
of the amateurs than the Omaha shoot,
but the weather was against the Omaha
y Many of the shooters will go direct from
the Omaha shoot to Cedar Bluffs, when?
a two days' shoot will be held March 3
and 24. .
Game Warden George Carter shot right
along with the cracks of the country for
the Hrst 150 birds In the shoot Tuesday,
leading all up to that time, when ho fell
off a trifle.
Nebraska and Bcllevue sent their basket
ball teams to Omaha without any formal
announcement of their coming, and the
result was few were on hand to see the
game, which was good all the way through.
Nebraska secured a good lead In the first
half, which Bellevue was unable to head
ofT. In spite of a strong rally. Some pils
understandlng had existed between the
two teams as to who was to advertise the
game and the result was neither kk'.o
did it. ' . '
The Royal Athletic association is well
under way in Its new quarters, 14"3 Jack
son street, and Frank J. Shepherd Is proud
of the pet for which he Is responsible.
The physical director, R. B. Dame, is pre
pared to give instruction in all sorts of
exercise. Including boxing, wrestling, fenc
ing, hand balancing, tumbling and all other
gymnasium exercises. A public exhibition
was given by the members last Saturday
night and an athletic prngrnm Is planned
for each Saturday night until warm
weather puts nn end to the sport for the
summer. Mr. Dame has a competent coriw
of assistants and the membership of nearly
300 uttests the popularity of thy movement.
It costs It to become a memller and none
but members Is admitted to the Saturday
night exhibitions of boxing and wrestling.
BIG TIME FOR THE WOODMEN
Varied Proa ram Will Be Given to
Several Thonaand Member of
Thursday evening the Modern Woodmen
of America camps of Douglas county will
hold an open Joint meeting in Myrtle hall.
Fifteenth and Douglas streets. The event
promises to bring together a large portion
Of the 4,XI0 members of the order in this
county, as well as from the two camps in
Council Bluffs. . A varied program has been
prepared, with Colonel T. W. McCullough
as speaker of the evening. There are to be
musical and literury numbers, sparring
contests by members of a local athletic
Club and exhibition drills by some of the
crack Forester team of the city.
The meeting will be under the direction
of the Modtrn Woodmen of America pro
motion committee and an organization
composed of three delegates from each of
the twenty camps in the county. An invi
tation to attend the open meeting has been
extended to all Woodmen In the county
and their friends.
SPENCER STAYS IN THE LEAD
Bt. Louis Man, Gets Two Hundred and rive,
Missing But Fire.
HIGH WIND AGAIN MARS SHOOTING
tieorae Maxwell of Holsteln Win
T. t.i nmSa Trophy, Carrln
. with It the Interstate
Charles Spencer of St. Louis was again
high man at the Omaha dun club shoot
which Is being held at the Iowa end of
the Douglas street bridge. His record of
2t out of a possible 210 was considered
most remarkable In view of the conditions
under which the shooting was done. A
high, cold north wind made good scores
out of the question, for the wind not only
brought tears to the eyes ot the sportsmen,
thus dimming their slgnU but also raised
the bltiurocks by Jerks snd made them go
from tho shooters by Jumps and starts,
worse than the spit bnll which idcCloskey
handed out last jeni'.
George Maxwell of Holsiein, Neb., won
the T. I Combs trophy, carrying with It
the Interstate championship, by knocking
down 49 out of 50.
Shooters kept arriving all day Wednes
day, until fifty-two were at the traps in
the afternoon. With pleasant weather
more are expected today, which will make
the shoot a grand success. Des Moines
had but sixty-five shooters at the Iowa
Barber was high of the amateur shots,
with Townsend and Maxwell tied for sec
The score for Wednesday was:
13 15 15 1 2" 20 3 20 15 15 20 20
Spencer 15 15 )4 15 l!i 19 20 20 14 15 19 202i
Young ......II 15 14 14 2" 1 17 14 15 IS 17194
Barber 15 15 In 12 19 IS 19 19 14 12 15 1 Vi
Adams 14 14 15 15 17 16 19 15 15 14 J" IK ll2
Richl 16 13 11 IS 2 l 1 IS 14 13 20 IS 191
Kahler 15 15 15 12 IS 18 17 18 14 13 18 16-19H
Townsend ...15 15 15 13 W IS 1 20 13 12 20 16 190
Maxwell 15 14 14 lfi 20 19 Is 16 13 13 18 15 190
Crosby 13 15 15 14 ix 15 19 16 11 13 19 16-1S7
Barkli y 15 15 14 14 19 19 IS In 13 13 17 1 4 1S7
Horn 14 15 15 15 17 16 19 16 13 13 1" 16-1'S
Stannard ...13 13 13 14 1 17 18 IS 12 14 19 19-1S6
F. Weatlu rh'illn 15 13 15 19 IS 16 Is 10 11 18 IS 1
Vcrmllya ....13 13 12 13 17 17 18 20 12 13 16 18-182
Veach 14 15 14 11 16 17 17 16 15 11 19 16 1M
Ole Olscn 11 13 13 13 ! US 16 1614 11 18 17-179
T.lndenmn ...15 1313 14 16 17 16 14 13 13 19 15178
Gottlelb 14 II 14 15 18 14 19 14 12 13 14 IS 1 1 1
Carter 13 15 14 13 1? 14 14 17 10 14 15 IS 174
Thorpe II 13 II 13 1519 12 IS 10 12 47 13167
Budd -15 14 13 10 17 IB 17 15 10 9 17 14 1S7
patch 12 12 14 15 18 15 12 13 11 12 17 17106
yomls 14 14 10 12 15 13 IS 1ft 12 11 is 13 na
Hardy 14 14 13 14 15 17 17 14 12 15 8-16!
Hempe 13 15 11 13 12 14 20 16 s 1 11 ms
Handv 10 12 11 12 12 11 15 17 12 12 17 15-156
F. Miller 13 1113 1116 15 16 1713 II 10-154
Vletmcyer ..14 1212 13 14 12 15 13 11 11 15 12-154
Ohi t 13 13 13 13 14 12 16 17 10 9 13 10153
Raber 6 1 14 13 16 15 17 14 10 9 14 14158
Fitzslmmon 10 10 1111161516 15 10 7 13 14 14-
Burkman 17 16 14 13 19 15- 93
Bovd , IS 13 13 12 19 12 85
D.VVcatherh'd 13 14 13 12 14 1177
Marco- ' ' ' 13 18 11 9 10 1576
Williams 13 12 13 9 47
F. Williams. ..12 13 9 1114 13 72
M. T. Miller. .12 12 1011 16 14 75
Stewart 5 8 1111 8 13 5S
Clark 9 1114 81013 56
OMAHA MEN AT THE FUNERAL
Dr. Georare I. Miller and Poatmaater
Palmer and'! Others Will
It has not yet.Tifcn definitely ascertained
Just all the Omala citizens who will at
tend tho funeral i df Governor Thayer at
Lincoln Friday afternoon. However, among
those certain to go' are ' Dr.. George L.
Miller, who wllbfleave for Lincoln Thurs
day afternoon, aiip Carjtaln H. E. Palmer.
The Illness of Governor Boyd and General
Manderson will .prevent their- attending.
Practically all f the 'members of tha
First regiment',' "Nebraska Volunteer In
fantry, ."who served with the regiment at
the time eneralr'Jobn M. ' Thayer was Its
commander, now' living in .Omaha, have
slgnilled- their intention of attending the
funeral of their 'old commender; at Lin
coln, Friday afternoon. . The members of
the -regiment now known to be living in
Omaha are: John F. Behin, Adolph Bur
muster, Charles E. Burmaster, J. D. Dally,
Jcinalhuu Edwards, H. F. Erdinan. Mark
Hansen, J. L Hobbs,' Dr. II. P. Jensen.
William Johnson,' Lewis Lowry, Nicholas
Merger. A. K. Rhodes, W. 8. Shoemaker,
Captain Henry E. Palmer has accepted
a telegraphic, invitation from Lincoln to be
one of tha speakers at the funeral of the
late Governor Thayer. Captain Palmer will
speak upon the career of General Thayer
as a Grand Army of the Republic man.
General Thayer succeeded Captain Palmer
as commander of the Department of Ne
braska, Grand Army of the Republic,
In 1SSU. They were personally the
closest and warmest of friends for
many yeurs. Only a few weeks ago
Captain Palmer visited Governdr Thayer
at Lincoln, and while the old hero ut that
time uppeured fairly hale and hearty, he
(iistlnclly showed the encroachments of his
great utju uud that his end was only tho
mutter of u few weeks.
NOW FOR THREE-CENT GAS
Proposition Taken I v hy the Commercial-(lul
.. of "Omaha. -
. v . . ,
Gas production at 3 cents per 1.C00 cubic
feet will be inadu a. matter ot study by the
Commercial club. At ft' meeting of the
executive commitue Tuesday it was decided
to Bend a committee of scientific men to
St. Joseph to Investigate the worth of
the Parker gas producer, which Is said to
produce fuel gas at this small cost. The
gas Is made frjin bituminous coal und
without smoke, nothing being left after tho
proc.'ss but gas and white ash.
The executive committee will hold a spo
cUl session Friday or BaTiiriray to talk
over prospective manufacturing projects.
The letter of the Nebraska Independent
Telephone association was referred to a
committee, with Instructions to investigate
Its statements and report.
J. J. Smith, W. B. Melkle. C. S. Mont
gomery and R. V. Cole were elected to
membership In the club. Rev. Thomas
Walsh of Norfolk, financial agent for the
Catholic cathedral in Omaha, was made
an honorary member.
When you have anything to trade, adver
tise it in the For Exchango Column ot Ths
0ee Want Ad Page.
TRIBUTE TO G. B. COMSTOCK
Reaolntloa of Sympathy for Family
and Bnataeas Saapea4ed by
Out of respect to George B. Comstock. a
member of the Omaha Grain exchange, the
doors of the exchange were closed and
business suspended for thirty minutes Wed
nesday morning during funeral services for
Mr.' Comrtock at his residence. These
resolutions were adopted:
Whereas: It has pleased an all-lsj
Providence to all from our midst, our be
loved friend and associate, Georgo B. Com
stock. whose cheerful presence. wl coun
sel and advice, we will ever sadly miss;
Thettfoie Be It Resolved: That we take
this means of expressing our sympathy to
his lainily In their tim of affliction, and.
Be It Further Resolved: That this action
lie spread upon the minutes of the ex
chaiiBe, and a copy of I lid above resolution
be sent to his fxmlly
FLOYD J CAMPBELL,
A If. REW8HFR.
. C U BAJiCOCK.
. i,'uxai tlea
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BAXTER SAYS BASSETT DID
Woman's Lawyer Dsclares HuSuud Knew
of Birth of Filth Child.
OULD NOT GET If UNDER THE LAW
That la the Reason, Hnyu Attorney,
Why the Man Did .ot Meek to
' Obtain Cnatndy of
With reference to the statement from
Washington of Charles C. Bassett whose
wife and children are in Omaha to the
effect that he (Bassett) did not ask for the
possession of the fifth child In the family
when suing his wife for divorce because
he did not know of its existence, Irving F,
Baxter, attorney for Mrs. Bassett, said:
"I am able to deny In my understanding
the statement of Bassett that he did not
know of the birth of the youngest child.
The couple, of course, waa separated at
the time. Bassett had made threats that
ha would kidnap or take possession of
the other children if he could get them
and for that reason Mrs. Bassett had left
Washington and was keeping her where
abouts quiet. But he knew of her being
in Johns Hopkins hospital and what she
waa there for There was no attempt
whatever to conceal her whereabouts at
this particular time.
"In his petition Bassett asked for the
custody of the other children because he
could not expect to obtain the custody of
a 12-months old child, which no court under
heaven would give him. His wife sep
arated from him because of his threat to
take the children from her. which he after
wards trl!d to do.- He attempted, at At
lantic City to abduct the eldest boy and
waaonlv prevented by the friends of Mrs,
Bassett and she herself. Jt Is not at alt
strange that in his petition he does not
ask tor the custody of the baby."
Mr. Baxter had a clipping from the
Brooklyn Fnlon, In which Rev. E. Law
rence Hunt, mentioned as co-respondent by
Bassett, makes a statement defending him
self. The elders of the Noble Street Pres
byterian church met and formally declared
Rev. Mr. Hunt innocent of the charges
made against him and expressed faith In
their pastor. In the beginning of a longer
statement the clergyman says:
This Is a case where, from the very be.
ginning. I have kept dignified silence, and
now that It has been taken Into the courts
In such a way as to maliciously cause no
toriety and public scandal, mv nest Judg
ment is that a dignified silence Is the best
course to pursue, as the caae ought to be
tried In the courts, where i U'lungw, rather
than In newspapers. But since It has ap
peared In a sensational form in a' morning
newspaper. I may. In Justice to others who
are deeply affected by this, make this
The Union adds:
When Mr. Hunt was asked atioiit Mr.
Bassett's charge that he and Mrs. Basset t
were together in Atlantic City, Philadel
phia. Baltimore and other places, he re
plied: ' "That is a detail which I think It wiser
not to deal with except to say that his
dogging her footsteps by private detectives
and terrorizing her mother Ipve by threats
of taking the children from her, made It
necessary for me to go to her to protect
mother and children."
LESLIE REFUSES A DELAY
County - Judge Declines to (iraut
Thirty Days lu Haloon
Couny Judge Islie lias refused to grant
a thirty-day continuance In the cases of
the three saloon men charged by Elmer E.
Thomas with violating the Sunday closing
law- last Sunday and the trials have been
set for next week. The case against Wal
ter Brandes will be heard Monday morning,
that against Peter Peterson Wednesday
morning and that against Andrew Nelson
Wednesday afternoon. Attorneys for all
three of them have Indicated that they
would demand a Jury trial.
CLOFBeoaaacKK ooabtes sizbs
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