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HIE OMAIIA DAILY RKE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. 1900.
EVENIS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Dr. Xnspp, 15 to 1, Wins Fifth Race
at Nw Orleani.
THREE. FAVORITES ARE WINNERS
ran 4 oru It lata tha Fifth Rare at
F.meryvlll from Grapklte, th
WwMi Ha l.na
'y .(ttwa aai .avaamah.
g6ci3Ar0V li-A-hv j track
aitt4 Una tanvr ral the mudlark at Su
huVba' fr" ."fOay5, an , lonr ihoti fre
0'n(!y. fietJfa -In tfl money. Thre favor
I iaw' win aer amwnr them being T.
Sail, whten fpwta ht good performance
of Saturday. Dr. Bapp. at IS to 1, nod
nut 'Cliff Cole ir tha finish la th fifth
tar. Bunrniarlaa: v -
rirat rc. five fuHong. slllng: Pss
ajl (NT, T.'' Burn. 4 t won. Vender
1 107, Cummlng. f) te 1) cond. Phil Chlnn
H0. M. Burn, ij 1ft 1) third. Time: 1:14.
Alanle. Lady Psych Snd Battla Pirate
also ran. '',. . " ,
fXiennd rare, nurse five' furlonii: Morn
ing Light not. Franklin, is to 1 won. nine
rsn uui. i. nurnf,. 1 to n seconu,
t : u 1 1 r . iT. Hatilat . 4 tn ft) third. Time:
1:11V Nal'.'a Miller,'. Tiploca. Lady Bate
man and fepaight also, i an.
Third race, miraa- six furlongs: I.nBall
1U. Pteker.r f tAt won, Brougham (115.
T ttnr-n ... l iviiiiiI.. Mlnnoletta (113,
rUttt;. 4 to 1) third. Time: Vartenhl
Fourth rare nnrs. nil furlongs: Adssso
(Hi. Penfleraaat t to 81 won. L. M. F.ckcrt
.! RatWaVkr- to li secbnd. Carney (1M
Plckena. 4 to H third. Time: 1:M Anne
Pennahue. tr. Nash and Doe Redd also
Fifth race, purse, 4-year-olda and tip
six, furlonge. aelllng: Mr. T.anppa '(14,
Held. IS to li won. Cliff fnle (104. Wain
wrifM. 4 to 11 aerond. Ambltloua (102. Wil
ton. 5 I r 1 third Time: 1:1SV Doroth M.
VltY Mrfa'n and Profitable also ran.
lth ac h irme" 8-vear-olda and up
six fnrlmgs: Ed Trcy (H. Pickens. 4 to
i. miii Hnahlv (107. Rattlste. 12 to 1) aerond.
r'at Ornws (U. H. Horns, 3 to 1 third.
Tine: 1:161. R. M. Mcl-ox. Calabash. My
Lota and Ben Walmaley alao ran.
Sammarlea at Santa Anita.
IXiS ANOELF.S, Jan. 19.-8anta Anita
Firat rare, aevan furtonRa: aelllnir Rlrta
1 107 Shlllmf. 11 to i won. FYanrh Cook
ii07 Pag J, 6 to 1) second. Guise dox, l'ow
rra JO to 1. third. Time: 1 :. Dun,d
MarDonalfl. 1a Rene Hindoo. FJinpira. K
nedlilon, Ijonua. Allen In. Bolua, Haiti
Hoffman, Mr. Bla'iop, Provodero. Allen
brs and Ato also ran.
Kr-rond race, tnree furlonra: Klora (in,
Powera. 7 to S won. llelma 8 (I7, Howard.
14 to 6i aerond. OawalJ B (107. rua;an. to
2i third. Time: Q:X. J. M. Btokoa, Dor a
Pavne. (TTiarlea J. Harvey. ouneel J, Credit
4rfouni, Maternaa. Phnsphorua. Mrs.
Frank Hogan and (Jirgora aleo ran.
Third race; one mile. eelH.ia;: l arthaye
ilO' Mctlee. It H won, 8t. Rlmwnod (lid,
Powera, 7 to 1 aecond. (jrande Dame 1 101.
Page. Iloll third. T.me: t:38Hi. Ida May.
Harcourl, Molraoy, Critic and Black Mate
also ran. , . .
Fourth race, one mile, purse: Orbicular
(111 Power. 4 to fcl won. RIb: Chief (K4.
Hugan S to 1i second. Norbltt (104. Archi
bald. 8 to'lA thlPi. Time: 1:184,- Edwin T.
Frver alaavran. ,
Flflh rare, one mile and three-aixteentha.
Felling: IX4rd Blanhope ilOO. Powera. 7 to 10
won, King Of the Mlat 17. Booker. 21 to
ji second. Varietlea (U. Clark. 18 to B
lhlM. Time: 2:4. Knight of Ivanhoe and
Mm Bernard also ran.
Sixth race, five furlong's, selling: Esra
lante (106, Dugan. 10 to 11 won. Free Knlaht
th Bear (107. Howard 8 to 1) aerond. Old
Settler (5S, Clark, 20 to 1) third. Time: 1:07V.
Htitr TnwU at F.merr -Hle--OAKLAVD.
'.Ian. 1-The track waa very
muddy at Emi-O'vlll today. Oraphlte waa
plunged on to wiJt the mile and a quarter
race,' fifth on tha card, but Pan de Oro,
well aupported. 14 him home In easy atyla.
First race, aix furlonga, puraer Palo Alio
J, Roa. 9 to 1) won. Kosamo (112, Keogh,
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rimrn, Fanatic. Hying Pane. Ir. Mayer according to rresnlrrlt Murphy of the
and Ixi'lla Alrriihrr finlli.t nmrt
Krcond race, thre furlong, purax: Oln-!
ado dm, McCarthy. to li nn. Old Mx-
l n U'. iiilbrrt. 4 to li eeuond. Twin f rw
'lt. Klrsrhhsiini 12 to 1 Ihlrrt Time:
t X. Iireng , Grahams. W ollnn, K. H-rn-
toti, Eddie Kks, r4--inta Fe ami Carl 1'.
Third race, mile and twentv vards. sell
ing: ttella C. 1106. Hutler, I to 1) won.
Mabel Hollander (102. Sullivan. .7 to H
soond, Prince N'ap (lop, Biovllle. t to Si
third. Time: 1 :4?S- Cowen, Paladinl, (Jen
Russell and Tnll Box alao ran.
Fourth rare, mile and one-quarter, selling.
Lord Ptnsslnrton (1"1, Taplln. 7 to 1) won,
Camhyscs (H4, A. Walsh. 12 to H rcond.
Warning (19, Butler. 9 to 1) third. Time:
(No time taken owing- to dense fog.) The
Captain and I-ady Allrla also ran.
Fifth race, mile and one-quarter, selling:
Pan de Oro H1. Taplln. .1 to li won.
(Irsphlte (1S, C. Miller, 6 to 61 second. Apt
(16, Butlet 4 to 11 third. Time: 2:1H.
rtotrou, Inflammable. Adonla and Bong
Writer finished as named.
Blxth race, futurity course, selling: Bt.
Francis (114. Mentrv. 7 ti&) won. Deutsch
land (114. Mentrv. 7 to 5) second. Tom Shaw
(110. C. Wlllei, 30 to 1 third. Time: 1:1V
Duke of firlrans, Nebulousi and Duchesi
of Montcbello finished as named.
amraartra at oml.
SAVANNAH, Jan. 19.-Buinmaries;
First race, five furlongs, p.irse: Dolley
Bullman i'4; Brannon. to S) won, tnaley
(4 to 6 for plnce) wornl, Pt. Abe 'S to 2
to show) third. Time: 1:03H- Kk and
Hurh Farn-ll also ran.
Second race, about seven furlongs: 81a
ken fr,, Crowley, 7 to 6i won. Youthful 1
to 3 for placei second. Kav Thompson lout
to show) third. Time: l:4i. Three started.
Third rae. one mile and a sixteenth,
purse:, Big Hand il02, Uriffen. to 1 won,
Autumn Flower (2 to 6 for place) second.
Countermand (even to show) third. Time:
1:MS. Sudden Start, Gallln and Druid also
Fourth race, five furlong-s: Istria (K.
I.ea-li. 9 to Si won, Bosom Friend U to 2
for plaoo) second. MIk .Ujstlii (7 to 5 to
show) third. Time: 1 :03n. Arawaka, Old
Klla and Revcry also ran.
Fifth rare, purse, six furlonga: Away (108,
Brannon. 7 to 2) won. Merle (4 to t for
place) serond, Clifton Forge (even to show)
third. Time: 1 :1S. 0(?cmah Malecon and
Ora Suddoth alao ran.
WITH THE BOWLER.
Holhrook won tho weekly ensh prize nt
rnlnepltis on the Association alleys. Wal-
ratn is nipn ror the montniy pnxe wun to,
but nearly lost to Tom Reynolds, who
butpped til wooer for 263.
There Is a pretty race in th Associa
tion league on total pins. With the excep
tion of one tram, the difference between
high and low teams la only 1,.
In tiie merry-go-round Saturday the how
I. rs made some changes In the scores
Huntington and (J. O. Frnnclsco were wiped
off the slate for the fourth money by C. .1.
Francisco and Anderson, who were dis
placed by Drnman and Cochrane. The
siorea now atanri: First. 1,277; aecont, 1.26u;
third, 1.244: fourth. 1.221.
Th merry-go-round acores among the
minor leng-uers took a Jump, and Yonson
and Chrlatlanson rolled a new high score
of 1,1,'B. This makes second place 1,116;
third. 1.098. and fourth. 1.072.
I.andgreen had high three game In the
Association lenirue for the money last weck.
Among the special matches on the As
sociation alleys thla week Is a match be
tween tho officer from Fort Crook, the
soldiers from Fort Crook, and People's
Store and Standurd Oil Company.
Th Hold Tops put a crimp In the Fal
staffs last night on the Aaaociatlon alleys,
takuig tho two last game. The first game
was a tie. On the rolloff the Falstaffs Just
nosod out by two measley pins. (Ireenleaf.
In his last gume, startiwl out with seven
strikes, an. I then ran in a couple of splits
which spoiled a fine score, but pulled out
m-ith 22 for hieh slnsl game, and 22 for
total. Bampecks against Triumph tonight.
JEJTTER OOLD TOPS.
1st. . 2d. 3d. Total.
Fagan i:w 19 !..! 4ii
OreenleAf 1 201 22it Kl
Hagen H' 1M ISO fiir.
Hartlev i7 147 1) 4M
Reynolds 178 212 142 5-12
Totals J R20 922 (W 2,h29
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Klnack 1S3 160 143 4Mi
Cogswell 17 172 141 4H1
Walralh 151 1S1 14K 4S0
Jordan 117 19 210 4!2
Btrger 15 1S3 161 509
Total , !.20 m W3 2.4-8
" in the ('oible-Viodcr the West 81dp cer
tainly got the lemon lust night In the
Omaha league after (Iik Signal Corps
trimmed them for the limit. They tried
mighty hard to get revenge from ihe
Swifts, but mado a mistake. Hunter
getting a single game of i30, while Yousem
had totals with 49. Score:
1st. 2d. ad. Total.
Tousem UK 1!3 191 M9
Bando V 162 11H 4.18
Rice m 164 12 476
Totals 612 519 4.11 1.462
Int. 2.1. 3d. Total.
Hunter 1X3 230 1H3 61
Henderson 174 H 160 4V)
Paterson .118 M 216 SIS
Totals 426 SSI 529 1.R1S
The Signal Corps put the crimps In the
West Klds for the limit last night in the
Omaha league. Captain Yousem says If
he can't win three he don't want any
There were no records broken on either
tesm. Tonight Omaha National against
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Strldcr 160 HI 165 466
Perklna 193 1S3 146 4t
126 19i) li3 469
, 479 414
Totals 472 431 459 1.363
Th Birmingham Range company took
two games from the Hustle Acorn last
night on the Metropolitan alleys. Tha
Ac. rna took the aecond gam by thirty
aeven plna. Captain Oernandt of the Range
company took all honors for hi team with
19u single game and 564 for high three
Barnes. Vaughn had high honor for his
team with 197 single hnd 606 for total three
games. Tonight the Omaha Bicycle com
pany and Lux us will clash. Score:
BIRMINGHAM RANGE CO.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Kevt .. 1l 171 176 63g
.Thomas I6n i:.s 2w t..'6
Oernandt , 196 17i 1V.1 564
.Martin 172 176 li) (,'tn
Dflnkwater 171 145 137 4ii
Totals S25 686
, . Hl'SSlE 3 ACORNS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
P' Nellsen' 1M ltl 174 6(9
J. . Kellsen I'J 1,1 162
Wfymueller -J 11 14o
Vaushn 197 147 lo"J
W. Nelson 119 158 lr2
Totals 750 MJ ?.W 2,392
Tha Beseltna Mixers took two games from
the Borshelm Jewels last night on the
Metropolitan basement alleys. The games
were faat and furlona all th way through,
but apllts cam too often for any big scores.
Rosecrans t.jok high honors for the Jewels
with 69. a good uor for a young bowler,
p. W.- Schneider took all honora for the
Mixers, with a lngle game of 1M. and high
three game of 51S. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
K. W. Schneider ; 1M 3 175 618
R. A. Scjhnelder 145 148 151 444
Jasper HS 159 176 480
Totals 472 469
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
lahedia Hu 110 157 4l
R.ise ran n 179 2". I fa
Morrison t 10 1 1:1 4M
Total 9i 4R3 43 1.433
Th Borsiieim Jewels won two games
from the Ixyal Hotel Jewelers Sunday aft
erntion on th Melropolitan basement al
leys. Sandi Morrison took all high honors
with iS for total and 194 ror single giune.
Tonight the Borahemi Jewls and liesehn
Mixers will play- Score:
' 1st. 2d. 3d Total
Iheeka 141 127 179 447
Morrison 17 1 167 629
Kosecrana 127 lid ijs 44
Totals 446 r.t 475 V400
1XIYAL HOTEL JEWELERS.
1 2d. 3d Total
. .. I.;- 1,2
... 146 IX',
... 127 111
rrasloa Propoaed lor Asms,
(TllCAfJO. Jan. 1 A proposition to
I conn.',. "Captain" Adrian C Anson, the
Ibid una tae ball pldjtr, with uie ,i-
' v ought to appoint Anson supervisor
of tirrplres'' snld Mr. Murphy today. "H
aoull give valuable assistance In that
capsrlty He gave up the best part of
his Ulv In the Interest of base ball, it
would seem only right to have him wrth
3iEW 1FIFI.1 FOR TEOOV BEARS
Additions Being .Made to Tram tty
J. V. Gunlhorpe. th new proprietor of
th Denver base ball team who will act aa
secretary and treasurer of the club, wa in
Omaha Tuesday, having just closed out
his Interests at PfHlnvlcw, where no baa
been proprietor of the Plaihvirw New for
the last eight years.
Mr. Ounthorpe savs he has drafted and
bought an entlr new infield, although still
retaining Erwln and White, th thlid and
first baaemen. The -new tnfieldera are
Thomaon, second: Stankard, short; Hart
man, third, and Maag, utility man.
"Tha reason Mr. Tcrwau represented the
Denver team in the meetings was that final
payments had not hctn'mndo ort the team,"
aald Mr. Qunthorp: 'Tnder'the tenna of
the aalo the final, payment was not to be
mad until November i3,' and the meeting
was held before that time. Mr. Tebeau
haa no Interest whatever In the ,team now.
We have a flve-'ear lease on tha. ground
and If money can do if Denver wilf be
frlvpn l0nm tills veflr.
"Sonte people think 1 paid a big price for
the team, but 1 know that Denver Is one
of tho best base ball towns on me map u
a aood team Is nlaced there, and we will
see that this is done. 1 can sell, the
tf-nm todnv fns more than 1 paid for It
so that look as though I did not pay too
"The business tnen of Denver seem to be
eirrniionallv well uleascd that the team
has changed hands and say they know it
will be a big benefit to the team anu aisu
to the league."
Mr. Unnihorne haa been making th
rounds of the different cities of tint Western
league and savs he finds all the managers
looking for winning teams. Duckv Holmes
savs he w.ll have a atio igcr team than .er.
Fred Clarke, manager of the i'litsuu.rg
team has been up from Ills ranch to
Wichita to visit witlu Ishell, who wants
some of the P'.ra! extra men.
M.BI1ASR4 FOR TKIMNCi TABLE
Majority of Athletic Hoard Go on
LINCOLN, Jan. 19.-1 Special. -Nebraska
has decided to oppose the abolition of the
training table for the foot hall teams of
the Missouri Vallev conference and will
send a representative to the next meeting
of the "Big Seven" ti vote to retain the.
established custom of feeding the gridiron
warriors at one table on a restricted diet.
No official action on this matter has been
taken yet, but a petition circulated today
among the members of the athletic board
asking them to vote against the abolition of
the training table received lx signatures.
Th men who signed this petition form a
majority of the board and at a apeclal
meeting of that body tomorrow afternoon
they will determine Nebraaka'a policy on
the training table proposition. They will
vote to retain the table and will probably
choose some member of the board other
than Dr. Clapp to represent Nebraska at
the next conference meeting.
The question of abolishing the training
table waa proposed at the last meeting of
the Missouri Valley conference represen
tatives at Kansas City week before last
and a tentative vote was taken on it. Dr.
Clapp, aa Nebraska's representative, voted
with a majority of the "Big Seven" repre
sentatives to do away with the table. Thla
action of the conference was not final, and
waa referred back to the athletic boards
of the reapectlve achoola composing the
conference for their approval. The final
vote will be mado at an early meeting of
the aeven achoola ,
SCHEDC1.ES "FOR MAJOR LEAGUES
Americana Open In Eaat April 13,
Nationals In West April 14.
i,..n T.n ia President Harrv
19. President Harry
i.lam of the National' Base Ball league
i. President Ban Jolinaon of the Amer-
lean league, and other niembera of the
schedule oinnilttee for the two major
leagues met here today and compared ten
tative schedules for the 1909 season.
The conflicting dates were reduced to
some extent, but the task could not be
completed. This will be done at a meet
ing to be held with the club representa
tives In Chicago In a few- weeka. The com
mittee went as far as possible today, and
adjourned. . .. j
The early announcement waa man tnai
the American league. will open In the east
on April 12. and tho National In the west
on April 14. While changes were made n
eome of the holiday dates, nothing would
be given out. , ,.
While here. President Johnson of the
American league clown me "
tract with Cniplre William Evans. It Is
reported that a salary increase was al-
10Both Johnson and Pulliam agreed upon
the use of tho double umpire system this
season as being an Institution which the
patrons of the game approved.
RKIMER STAMJS OFF BIG TURK
Giant I'nable to land lllm In Forty
DE8 MOINES, Jan. l.-(Specldl Tele-gram.)-ln
the greatest test of skill
and strength ever seen here Y ouslf f Mdh
mout the great Turk wrestler, tailed to
throw Jess Reiiner In the agreed-upon
time of fortv-flve minutes. The Turk dis
played enormous strength and skill, but
failed to pin the Iowa gruppler's shoulder
to th mat.
Relmev succeeded In getting out of
whit seemed holds that would have been
defeat for an ordinary wrestler, but he
failed to get the Turk in trouble, denplte
toe and head-over-slioul.ler holds. The
Turk'a enormou airength made every
attempt to throw him futile.
Dick Fleming of tne Chicago Athletic
club waa selected referee, "Former"
Burna and aeveral other wrestlera of note
bavins been rejected. A monster crowd
filled the Auditorium.
athletic Contests at fort
Boilag Boat Conatltate ErealBg'i
An athletic exhibition conalatlng of four
boxing contest w held lairt nlgnt In the
gymnasium at Fort Crook and waa well
attended thre blna; about 600 soldiers and
other resident of the garrison present.
The featherweight bout between Musi
cian Fllnn and Prlvata Flannagan was de
clared a draw. Th llghtweighta were
Private. Joaeph Curran and Private Morria
Grose with Curran declared the winner.
Private Freel and Beaver were matched
at middleweight, with Freel as the vic
tor The heavyweight conteat waa be
Privates Waller and Klllmurray
i and wai. announced aa a draw.
Th IirSl inrw mairnes wbib rriorfPU
by Private Harry White and the last by
Music waa furnished by the Sixteenth
OFFICERS OF REVOLVER CMB
Crabtree Electeel President and Meet
In March I Arranged.
NEW YORK. Jan. 19 Officers were
elected a followa last night by the T'nited
States Revolver association at Its annual
meeting here: President. J. B. Crabiree,
Springfield. Mass.; vice president. William
(. C.rleg, Chicago; secretary-treasurer, J.
H Silliman. New Y'ork; executive commit
tee. Reginald H. Sayre of New Y'ork and
Joseph K. Tregow of Oakland, Cal.
Two new inatchfa were arranged, a team
championship for the Wtuana trophy and a
pocket revolver match. Both ar to be shot
during the Indoor championship mat. hes
between .March J4 and 21
Cieaaler to Captain Boaloa.
BOSTON. Jan. 19 "Doc" Gessler. right
fielder, will be captain of the Boston Amer.
1 lean base ball team next year according to
an announcement mane lonignt py Manager
Fred Iake. It waa alao given out that
Jake" Stahl would remain with the Boa
Preeldent Dovey of the Boston National
teams announce release of tho following
men: . .
Jack Hannirin. utility player, secured !
from the New York National club last year
sold outright to th Philadelphia team;
IMtcher Kaslck of Kansas City to the
Providence, R. 1., team. I
Iowa Mas Lead Amatenr.
HOUSTON'. Tex.. Jan. IS Th Sunny
South handicap hoot opened her tndav
with flfiv men at tha trape. Two hundred
targeta wer hol, the reeulia of Ihe prlnel
11 claae being: W. H. Heer. Conourdla,
Kan., first. IM; H. W. Veltmeyr. Chicago,
second. R. C. He ikes. Dayton, 0.
Amateur class O. N. Ford. Ontrsl Pity
Is . first. It3; Max K. Hnslr. Colorado
Spring. Colo, aecond, 17S: Iee Jones
Brady. Tex., third. 175. .
rhron''-l" I'niliv: ( N Frwd. scored 9
out of 100. Max E. Hensler, 92, anj Lee
TAFT CONFERS WITH SHAFFER
Selection of Man for Treasury Port
folio Discussed with Publisher.
WLNTHROP TO HELP OOX
Present Assistant Secretary of Treas
ury la to Become Aaalatant Sec
relary of State Details of
. AVOl'STA, (la., Jan. 19.-That the president-elect
ha not determined who Is to b
hi aecretary of the treasury la Indicated
by the circumstance that he today had a
conversation with J. C. Shaffer, proprietor
of the Chicago Post, regarding the quali
fication of the several Chlcagoana whose
appointment ha been uryed. Mr. Shaffer
la a particular friend of Mr. Tft and came
her at the special request of the president
elect for thla conference, although he did
not know why ha ha'd'bn ant for. It la
known Mr. Taft la giving carful atten
tion to the treasury portfolio, and that he
may not decide the matter until Immedi
ately before his Inauguration.
Mr. Taft aald tonight that Secretary New
berry bad prevented an endorsement be
ing made by the Michigan delegation In
congress for his continuance aa secretary
of'the navy, but the views of the delega
tion, on Its own .initiative, in favor of the
secretary were laid before him today by
Representative .Kdwin Denby.
Wlnthrop to Assist Knox.
State department matters wero talked
over briefly between Mr. Taft and Reek
man Wlnthrop, who will be the asslatant
secretary of state In the next administra
tion. Incidentally, Mr. Wlnthrop said this
had been the first opportunity he bad had
to thank the president-elect for his se
lection. The detail of a competent administration
officer to supervise the shipments of high
explosives and to see that the regulations
wun respect thereto are carried out was
subicct of a conference at the Tuft
cottage today between tho presl
aeni-eiect n.t rresident W. c. Brown
of tho New York Central railroad.
Mr. lyft took counsel with President
Brown also on a number uf railroad ques
tions ana incidentally remarked that Mr
Brown's advice on such matters was to
be given great weight by lilm
Walter H. Dickey, republican slate chair
man of Missouri, will talk politics with Mr.
Trip to Panama.
in discussing the detalla of his Panama
trip, Mr. Taft said Mrs. Taft would not
return to Augusta, but would Join him
rt Charleston next Sunduy. The trip will
require five day each way and It is the
belief of Mr. Taft that he ran accomplish
the purises of his visit In five or six
daya on the Isthmus. This will bring him
back to tne l niteil states about Februarv
11. He has definitely promised to visit
Birmingham, Ala., on his way to Clncln
rati, where he has an engagement for
February is and 19.
John D. Rockefeller today accepted an
Invitation to attend th Taft banquet to he
given by the local Chamber of Commerce
Wednesday night. Cdvers will b laid for
260 guests, who have paid 110 each for their
E. H. Harrlman arrived at Aiken, S. c.,
today. He 1s the meat at tho ii -
. . . "...a ,i
cou.ln Joseph Harrlman. H did not,
" expected, come to Augusta and hi plans
are not known her.
BURT HEADS GREAT WESTERN
Official Announcement Former Omaha
Man la to Re 'President
of Road,., ,'" ,
DES MOINES. Jan. IBBefore the stat
railroad commission today, I 8. Cas of
St. Paul, second vice president of tho Chi
cago Great Western, announced that the
road would be reorganized shortly and that
Horace O. Burt would be president-
Mr. Cass said that the road would be
equipped in a first class manner and that
tho train service would be brought up to
the highest perfection. ' Thla Is the first
authoritative announcement of the reor
ganization of the Great Western with Mr.
Burt as president. Officials of tho road
will be recruited from the ranks, declared
Many little Uvea nave been saved by
Foley's Honey and Tar, for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping cough. It Is the only
safe remedy for Infants and children as It
contain rjo opiate or other r.rcotlc drugs,
and children like Foley Honey and Tar.
Careful mother keep a bottle in the house.
Refuse substitutes. For sale by all drug
gist. HOUSE INSURGENTS
Move to Tak Power to Appoint
Committee from the
WASHINGTON. Jan. 19. Definite action
waa taken tonight by the houae "Insur
gents" in their fight agalnat the existing
rule of tho lower branch of congrea.
At a caucu attended by twenty-four
member, two piinclples were agreed upon.
Flrt. that the house and not the speaker
should select all committee, Including the
committee on rule; econd, tht there
hould be a call of the committee t
least once a week.
A committee consisting of Representa
tives Cardner of Massachusetts, chairman;
Did You Ever
Stop to Think
that early ambition are seldom real
ized? Thus we bear of a State Gov
ernor whose youthful hope never
matured, for he had yearned to drive
a circus wagon. Men, as a rule, are
reticent on this subject, possibly think
ing that it reflects on their determin
ation and tenacity of purpose to adroit
defeat at the hands of a eruql fate.
Who can Bay what some of our lead
ing citizen would fain have been?
One we have In mind a prominent
real estate dealer one time Mayor of
our city erstwhile Becretary to a fa
moils literary star and perchance he
had a longing for the life of a lumber-jack
who know?. However,
ambitions which crave the highest de
gree or excellence In the cigar we
favor ourselves with, can have hut one
goal if directed towards the ORIGIN
ATOR, which indisputably is without
lOc Price ISc At All Dealers
Mad by C. M. BCHWARZ Sk CO., !Mw York
McCOKD-ORADY COMPANY, ' Distributers
Mad son of Kansis. and C.orr of Wla
consln waa appointed to si reviaa h
houa rules as to conform to those princi
ple and report next Monday tvght, whn
caucus will b held
Representa'ive pollard of Nebraska, was
appointed chairman of a committee on pro
cedure, and Murdock of Kansas, chairman
of a committee on publicity.
Counting those present tonight and those
at former meetings, the "Insurgents " claim
they have a scength of forty-eight mem
bers. Those present were: Hepburn and
Hubbard of Iowa. levering and (lardner of
Massachusetts. Esch. Cooper, Morse and
Nelson of Wisconsin, Waldo of New York,
Anthony. Scott, Madison, Mm dock and
Campbell of Kaunas; Pollard. . Nortis, Hln-
shaw and Kinkald of Nebrnaka; 8tetierson
and Llnberch of Minnesota, Hayes of Cali
fornia, Penrr of Maryland, Howland of
Ohio and Foster of Vermont.
EARLY LINEN COAT SUITS
Models oh Rein a" Shown Arc
".either Reaatlfal or
Of course, the present summer models are
but tentative, bold guesaea at thing to
come, made for the benefit of those who
spend the late winter and apring In aouth
ern lands, but these guesses are Interest
ing, and some of them are cleverly made.
Winter modes have been translated Into
spring materials, with modlflcationa de
manded by those matrlals, and if the re
sult ia not atartlngly original It la at least
Aa usual, linens are well represented In
the early showing, and one flnda chic linen
models both In tho princess or one-piece
frock and In coat and skirt arrangements.
Tho latter suggest In line the street -costumes
of the winter, but not those, of the
most extreme types, and though the linen
Is of the sort very free from stiffening,
this material is not supple enough to lend
itself r.-adily to the limp clinging effects.
The coat and skirt suit of linen pictured
In the cut Is fairly r prrsenlallve of the best
class of those early models and. as will
be seen, there la nothing original about the
lines; yet It had considerable cachet by
virtue of lie coloring and details. In a soft
light brown and of particularly soft tex
ture. It had an oddly constructed skirt,
which was more attractive In fact than in
the telling, yet was merely a pretty suc
cessful effort to solve the problem of the
tight skirt and the summer materials. The
upper part uf this linen skirt was fitted
snugly, but at the knees. In Tront, the
lower part of the skirt Joined the upper
In two very wide flat box plaits.
This provided fullness and movement
around the foot, but the close upper skirt
sloped down at ench side to the hem, so
that tho back was all In one, with this
gored upper section and tho plaited fulness
appearing only across the front and a
little way around the sides. The coal of
the costume, cut after a familiar model,
fastened with large buttons covered in
ecru linen and heavily embroidered In
brown, and almilar buttons were used on
the back of the straight, loose coat.
What on of these suits would look like
should It. through any chance, require
laundering can be better Imagined than
predicted and. considering the cost of even
a modest linen suit. Indications are that
there will not be a rush for these early
SUITS HAVi"C0SE LINES
Pearl Rnttona Are I.BTlshly Feed for
Trimming: Pnrpoae Thl
The straight, loosely fitted lines prevail
In all of these new suits, and in many
cases pearl buttons are lavishly used for
trimming purpose, as satin-covered but
tons have been during the winter. A coat
of mixed gray and white linen sketched
here illustrates this idea and the rows of
closely set, small, white buttons on pock
ets, fronts and skirt openings, together with
an effective uso of narrow at Itched bands
of tho lin-n, ltnd an air of originality to
a coat otherwise most conservative. The
skirt of this costume is a plain gored one
and the same is true of the skirt which
forms a part of the blue linen model.
White and string color linens are, of
course, well to the fore, hut there seem a
probability that white pique, reinstated In
favor last summer, will once more rival
white linen. In colored effecta linen haa
no rival of ita own general character and
the colors now secured In this matt-rial are
of surprising; variety and beauty.
This year the manufacturers have ac
complished great results In the line of
fancy linens, two-tone effects chiefly, and
a host of novel and beautiful border de-
lirna In linen Are nresented. Home of thesa
(are very unusual, as, for example, plain
linen of delicate color along whose border
la Inaet a wide band of heavy white filet
net, with a band of black check In white
and the color of the linen on each aide of
the net band. Another design shows stripes
of wlille and color, with a wide band of
colored embroidery on white set between
group of heavy transverse stripe forming
Where I the er Connteaaf
Many women prominent In New Y'ork so
ciety would like to know th whereabouts
of the "countess" from Paris who. armed
with letters of Introduction to Influential
women here, arrived at the St. Regia
month or ao ago. Th women to whom she
was Introduced have aa aouv.nira of the
miry ptrt.nt houi spent In her com
pany yard upon yards of "rare old lace."
Tha 'covnteaa." before returning to Parle,
accumulate a largo sum. and It la said
'I at the rare eld lares which she parted
with are Imitations, and. according to those
wl o know, cheap ones at that.
When th" countess arrived at th St.
Regla ah was accompanied by a maid, a
romeranlan dog. and n'n trunk. Iter
vlvacloua manner and elabcrst rotumea,
whlrh si changed frequently, won hrr
4 Fortannte Texan.
R. W. Oondlo. lMllss, Tex., found a sura
rur fer malaria and biliousness In Dr
King's New Life Pills. 2fr. For s.ile b
Beaton Drug Co.
CLAMPING DOWN LID IN HILLS
State ia 'lake a Hand In Fore In
Action tr Local Proaecatln;
PIERRR. 8. D.. Jan. IS. (Special Tele
gram.) Attorney General Clark haa been
called upon to assist In the fight to clamp
th lid on In th Black Hills mining camps,
and haa notified th atatea attorney of
lAwrence county that he must prosecute
the Infractions of the law, or that a special
prosecutor will be sent to that county to
look after the work. Governor Vessey says
that all the power at the command of the
state will be used to back tip th law of
ficers if It becomes necessary to take ac
tion In that line.
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ALL THE WAY
In addition to the superb
equipment hnd excellent
service of its world
each 1raln is controlled
by Electric ulock Signals,
which insure safety to
passengers while on
THE SAFE ROAD TO TRAVEL
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1324 Farnam Street.
'rhonaai Ball Dong. 183S and Ind. A-3331.
WE CURE KV2EN Nc
Alwava flndbut positively If th
fur .iiedUIn every time you get them, you never know what th cost of four
treatment will he Do not be taught In this gre. medicine graft.- W will curs
! on for 1 monay than any other apactallst and aocpt tha mousy la any way yoa
: wlh to pay. Nervous Debility, Blood Poion, Kidney and Bladder, Prostatic Troubia
I Weakness, Stomach and Skin Diseases, all ailment of men, no matter bow a
! quired ,
BTTO ITprFOIt HYMI'TOM ltli..NK FOR HOME TKKATME.NT.
I UCa EXAMINATION' AN 1 CXlNiil LT.VTION. WHITE
DR. KcSREW CO., 215 S. 14,
Dr. SeaxTesXllearles, 119 S. 14th, Cor. 14th and Douglas, Omaha,
KIERAN N0T0N THE TRAIN
Trust President tharaeit with t-ar-rear
Snrrrnitera and Then Dis
NEW YORK. Jan 19 - P. J KIrtV
president of the Fidelity Funding eompan
of this c'ty. who surprised th Pittsburg
authorities yesterday hy surrendering him
self to theni and giving ball to th amount
of Mono to appear In that city to answer
to chatgia rf larceny, wna expected to ar
rive In New York this morning T.'nen th
train on whlrh Klran left Plttahurg
reached Jersey City, no passngr anawar
ing Kleran a description ooillrt bo found.
The train conductor and parlor car con
duct -r declared they had not f Kleran
on th train.
At th offic f Kleran formr . cntin!
no word had been received from htm up to
a. m., nor had Thoma F. Ollror. Jr.. re
ceiver of the Fidelity Funding company,
received any Information to Mr. Kleran
Tha Fidelity Funding company went Into
the hands of the receiver on CaMoher 2S
laat. and Mr. Gilroy ha atatd that tha
liabilities were tipwarda of 13,030,000, with
asset of about $500,000.
London Collin Factory.
LONDON. Ont., Jan. ll-Flra In th
Globo Casket works today caused a I0a
estimated nt between SlfiO.Ono and llOfl.tw.
Nearly 2,000 finished coffins wera dfstroreel.
The bulld'ng occupied by th bank of
Toronto was gutted, but the books and
record were safely removed.
C a- f."ff1
Tte only train letween
CKicago and Southern
California, via any line,
exclusively for first
Your family travels in
Tlit Cahforai timioJ. witk iti nW
qiiirnnl. nn dil. Cki ssJ
k Cut to Im Anl.S Di4
nd Sa Frtnciic. It (WriM Fred
II srvey er. eirosi In. at J
rwin-rosai Pullaiau. tlm toa
lVr. witk UAi rW. tmi a Uk
nr. Hu s tkroutk Art 4 Crtnd
Canyon of Arizoni.
In California every Jay
is a June day
Dt lust WsakUts trsia aa4 tna
Stmutl Lrimr. Aft. A. T.
a S. P. Rjr., 404 Sfauk Araaa
Dm MsiaM. tows.
- - - wwsasBja
Mn afflicted with any aliment should go to tha fw.
tor longeat established, moat experienced and beet aJwT
teas l Our twenty-five yeara' ucees.ful praet'o in curing
MKN has enabled ua to perfect cures that hat nevar wi.I
aurpaised, If equalled. Thla urccssful experleng la liil
able to our patient and you pay whan our.
Established in Omaha 25 Years
This reputation we have hold so many', year aa 4h
MOST RELIABLE and BUCCIitfSFL'L, DoCTORo lor HN
In th West. Men corr.e to ua knowing their tru oondliTon
will be honestly explained and treated. After a parfect un
derstanding uf each case, a fair, honest prlc la aaraed
upon between doctor and patient, Including all mdlolna
until cured. Our patients know Just what It will cdat for
a Liermanent cure before they burin imimui
fc Include th MEDICINES. If ran u.
St. Omaha. M
By the Old Reliable Dr. Searles & Searles.
i-biaolikinu iu oiiiuba fur I )iir.. iUa uiaoy inous
ud o ckkrs cuied by us maka ua tb mull tipor.
lenccd di.eciallsla in tna West, in all diaeaaaa and all
me nts uf nmu. Wo know ul what will vur yoi-
nd cure you quickly.
We Cure You, Then You Pay Us Our Fee.
We o ako no tniai aUlug or lais aialeuikpu, or of tr
j . iikp. ivuiuiiii irvau.ivui. - our iapuiatlun and
.. uf tuu In.uiaiiy iiuui;, ikvi net ul
.tatluu 14 ai ttikr. , I uur 1ii Uii, .. ei.d uappin
is too aeriou a i;mtti u ilaca hi tha bands at a
d.MI.l.a.!" DOC i OA. Ho- e.t .' -oir of abtllt Tim
ihsir WH XiMS US TXEI aVaXJISiUa, . araa
ability. 14laa4 rolaia, Bklna Ulseasss, XUlaaw aa SUaa.
utt Dlssaaa, all Spcial Olsiaas aad Xllaaaata Ka
examination anS coasullatlaa. Writ Is
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