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THE OMAHA. DAILY BEE: ."WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900,
DEBOUEN BARRED IN CtllC ACO
TrendimanC Cannot Wrestle There,
Xolice Order Againit It.
1NHIJIANE ROUGHNESS THE CAUSE
WilMfi- Glllan Maya He Will Not
Permit Theaa Tar I lea by De Raaea
la Tark Matea
CHICAGO, Keb. Z-Raoul de Tlouen, the
French giant who hu been a drawing card
at wrestling shows In Chicago for some
ttrna past, has been burred by the police
from participating In any matches In Chi
Aaatstant Chief of Pollca ShuetUer Issued
art order today that no athletic club will
recnlvs a permit for a wreatllng match
where De Rouen was billed aa one of the
The prise fight tactics of te Rouen as
exhibited In several recent matches, par
tlcularly In the match last night with
Mahntout, the Bulgarian, are given as the
reason for barring the Frenchman.
Olllaa Will Enforce Rales.
This story comes over the Associated
Press wires. When advised of the action
taken in Chicago, Manager GLllan of the
"I will lay the law down hard and cold
to Mr. Kennedy and De Rouen when they
rcme to Omaha Thursday for the match
w,lth Mahmout Friday night at the Audi
tortum. I will tell them that If Do Rouen
persists in his rrmgh tactics the refrre will
give the contest to the Turk. A repetition
of the methods Da Rouen employed In his
match with Weslrrgnard will certainly .not
be permitted hi the Auditorium. If he can
not wrestle fairly he cannot wrestle at all
The Chicago Tribune took exactly the
view that The Bee holds and expressed
last week r De Rouen "a big hulk of
flesh and lltti more."
It Is significant that In both recent
matches between these two men the Bui
gar Ian wa Rlfnn.oHA fall on a foul In each.
The first match, was in Kansas City, the
second (Monday night In Chicagd. Jens
Wt'StergaarA 'should have been given the
match en. a fouj jn Omaha, for the French
man fouled him time and time again, but
with perfect Impunity, though to the utter
disgust of tho crowd,, -.
Wkit the Tribune says.
The Chicago Tribune on Monday refer
ring to the two". men 'and their match of
Monday night, said:
As an exhibition of skill the enthusitsts
of the sport need look for little from tlis
Frenchman, as lie Kouen has little to ree
ommend him, ext-clt a giant frame and an
inclination to use the dirtiest of tactics In
Hn effort to defeat an opponent. Those who
know the game at all cannot sen what the
Frenchman has , done thai should entiilo
lit in to a match with Maiimout. This Rul
gurian, byrtre way, has' shown himself to
be one. or the most gentlemanly exponents
of the wrest ring art that ever has appeared
in Chfcaao. and is a real wrestler of class.
Rut aa for this hulk 'of flesh from France
It Is a 'different matter, lie signaled his
appearance- In this city by foul work and
iu every match he has shown his class ss
a dirty wrestler, and little more. He kicked
one man (not an opponent) n the mouth
and knocked out several teeth.
Just hew. long .such work as De Rouen
plays to the limit will be tolerated In Chi
cago la not -known, but it Is pretty safe to
say nis 'Tlnlsn here is not hard to fore
cast. It Is high time for the promoters
who have been giving matches to the
Frenchman to Take -action themselves and
bar such wrestler. . ,
Why Slot Omaha t
Evidently, the referee of the match Mon
day night shared the Tribune's view, that
it was4a;le4ra4eenforceTe rule T
wrestling agama- this mountain of bef.
If Kansas City and Chicago sec fit to ob
serve the rules of,, the game Omaha
must. If the promoters of the game
want to kill It, the, beat way to accomplish
their end Is to continue recognition of such
tactics as were permitted to de Rouen In
hl match wlUt Westergasrd, - --
' This knock-down-andlras;-oui way . o
I de Rouen's Is all carefully studied. He
pursues It with deliberation. He knows hi
own limitations as a skilled man and adopts
the roughing game to bluff the other man
and give him the advantage, i
porting men In the different cities and
sstirlng thim he wss his msnsger, anow-
ng a rertaln percentage of any matcrtea
e made for the Turk would be pskl to Dim,
nd 1 helieve he led some men In Imisna
t helieve .the same, Including Mr. Oillsn.
When Mihmout. with blsmsnsger, An-
rmlo Plerni. came to Chicago,-1 had them
lan a rnntract whereby I wss to handle
he Turk's Interest for six months snd the
contract will not expire until June 12. I
have made every match the Turk has
wrestled since he came to Chicago, incltid-
ng the match In your city February ft. I
iso have him matched in a number of
ither cities, a few of which are Chicago.
February 1; Horkford. February 3: Terre
laute, February 8; Minneapolis. February
1: Milwaukee. February 12; Indianapolis.
ebruary-13 and a number of other places
ot definitely arranged yet. 8o when Ken
nedy says he Is managing the Turk he Is
misrepresenting. He has nothing whatever
to do with him, much ss he would like to.
I am writing you this so ss you will
know who Is looking after the Turk's busl-
and when Kennedy poses as his man
ager again In Omaha you will know how
to receive him.
'Thanking you klndlv and assuring you
that Mahmout will be In your city Febru
ary & and prove to the Omaha sporting
public he Is the great rentier I claim he
Is, I remain, very sincerely.
JOB COFFEY. Manager of Turk. -
LETTER FROM MANAGER OK TIWK
Joe Coffey Calls Kennedy for I'lal
lag to Have Maaraoat.
Now comes Joe Coffey, vice president an
j.iatehrhaker of the Empire Athletic club of
Chicago and In a letter to the sporting
eiiitor or 'ine nee maintains that lie ts
the real manager of Yusslf Mahmout, the
Turk, and that no one else has a right to
make aDy engagements for the Turk. The
letter Is given below that the readers of
The Bee may read the dope as t Is handed
I ' "EMPIRES ATHLETIC CLUB. CHICAGO,
'Jan. 81. Sporting Editor Omaha Bee: I
vour edition of January 29 I see where
George Kennedy of Montreal la posing
manager of Yuaslf .Mahmout, the Turk
In order that you may know the facts an
also show Kennedy where he Is at, I write
you these few lines to explain the circum
atancss or me maicn to De neia in your
city February 6.
"Kennedy has been in our city (Chicago)
about three weeks and during that time
he has continually tried to secure the man
agement of the Turk, knowing him .to be
a great wrestler, and has even gone so far
aa to write to a numuer or prominent
BUCK FRANCKJ1GNS AGAIN
Putt Name to Contract to Play Third
Season in Omaha. -
AUSTIN AND AUTREY MAY COME
At Least Their Sales Were Made with
a Reserve Striae Left la the
Hands of President
MI901RI BAI.IVS U COLORED MAX
As a Result Cornhnskers Lose at
LINCOLN. Feb, 2 (Special Telegram. )
The refusal of the Missouri bssket ball five
to play against Wood, the colored left for
ward of the Nebraska team, caused the
Cornhuskers to lose a closely contested
same to the "show me" men at the unl-.
verslty armrtry tonight by the srore of 2t
to lit. Wood is the regular forward on ine
Nebraska quintet and with his position
occupied by a substitute the stste school
five was not able to play together with
enough speed to defeat the heavy Missouri
The accurate basnet tossing or tne visitors
allowed them to -win the contest. In the
first half they gained a lead by three
points, the score being 16 to 13 at the inter
mission. During the first fifteen minutes
of tli second' session they Increased tills
lead to ten points. The Cornhuskers during
the lust five, minutes or the game, bv
wonderful spurt of dribbling, increased
their score until they were within two
points of evening up. Walsh tried a field
Koal In the last half minute of play that
barely missed the basket and kept the
Cornhuskers from taking a victory.
Nehrsskas play was far below that of
the Kansas game. Many chances for field
goals were missed and the ball was lost
freuuently by Inaccurate passes In carrying
It down field. Bell ngain starred for the
Cornhuskers. Captain Henley and Ix-ft
CI nurd Ristine did brilliant work for the
visitors. The former scored eleven of tho
points credited to his team. He guarded
his opponent, i'etrasneK, so well tnst tne
tail Cornhusker was kept from tossing a
single basket. The lineup:
NEBRASKA. MISSOURI. - .
Walah ,...R. FIR. F Berntt, tuna
grhmtat L. F . I L,. r Oardnar
Fetraihk C O Hnlr
Bell R. U. R. O Burrua
rtrrr. Inswaoil L.tl.Ua RUtlne, token.
Goals from field: Walsh, 6: Henley,. 4:
Burros, 2; Ristine, 2; Schmidt, Perry, Inger
soil, Bernet. Oarner. Referee: Clevenger.
WITH THE HOWLERS.
Anderson made an alley record Sunday
evening. Rolling 211, 286, 237, 733, an average
or 244'!! ror ttiree successive games inci
dentally winning the worthy prise for high
single games beating the score of i79 put
up by Jimmy Lyons. Andy is back
In the game right, he averaged 195 for nine
games recently bowled In the tournament
at St. Joe.
The 8torx Triumphs won two out of three
games from the Uold Tops last night on
the Association alleys, ilha Uold Tops
couldn't get started until the last game.
when they all rolled some aood ten bins.
especially tieddes, who went well over the
atm mark. Captain Hartley has certainly
got H. good pair In Starr and Ueddes, this
being their first game they did quite well.
Score;, . .
1st. 2d. - 3d. Total.
17 Htt 1 4o
182 205 1W' -67
: M3 170 167 6m
1K1 14 1M - oM
174 190 177 oil
Gothenburg High sckoot expects to take a
trip this week, playing Islington High
school. Kearney High school and the State
Normal. , . . .
8ti7 895 861 2,623
48 82S i,ti3
In their aeconTt game against the Met
Bros., the Uold Tops didn't do quite so
well, as they lost all three games. Cochran
gutting ail high games, with single of 222
and 2-J, u ml total of 6.). . Tonlgut Sampecks
vs. Mt-u Bros. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Neale 179 1XX 16 563
Cochran 185 223 'I'll i;3U
llenman Ki 170 191 564
Blakency t 173 196 216 MS
Huntington 176 164 lai 494
Buck Franck has signed a contract to
play shortstop for Omaha In l, his third
It waa necessary to go to Oakland. Cal.,
for this Information, but going there got
It. At least Buck writes from that seaport
at the Golden Oats that January 21 h
signed a contract am! returned It to Presi
dent Rourke. President Rourke's reason
for treasuring the secret Is not known.
Not much fire or .even smoke comes out of
the Smoke House these days, though. Mr.
Rourke has not even been willing to say
Franck would or would not reti-rn. This
Is supposed to be due to tho fact that the
manager and- president did not close last
season in any too friendly a form and
that Rourke contemplated such a thing na
a trada.of Franck and Hall for Corhan
of Peublo, or Frajick and somebody else
about like Hall.' Neither can anything bs
learned about the negotiations of sitcli a
deal. The only word that has come from
Corhan Is Indirectly to the effect that ho
nrefers to retire from the diamond and si
Into business, which is an old song.
Also, news conies from 1-ng distance
that It Is not after all beyond the pale of
possibilities that Autrey and Austin may
play 'with' Omaha again ' this s.-.ison. At
least It is authoritatively1 announced by the
National Commission that their sales wera
made with a proviso And that while Cin
cinnati bought Autrey and New York
Americans Austin, Omaha h' Ids a yeserve
on both men. "
Of course Omaha fans would welcome
either man or both back. But It would
seem to be bad for them, especially Autrey,
to come back. "Chick has gone up twice
and if he doesn't slick this time K will go
hard with him In the future. Jjr course
his failure to stlqk before was not his
fault. He had the same -misfortune that
has befallen him this time to be sent to
Cincinnati. It Is like the Irony of fate ror
him to be bought by a team that is
equipped at first base when so many other
teams are particularly lame in that posi
tion. The St. Ijouls Browns need one and
need him badly. Mc-Aleer Is trying to fix
. . . , . . ...i
up a trade ror Jiggs uononuc. no umu
even give Stone if he could land Donohue
and Pitcher Smith of the Sox. He could
use Chick. fine;
Much gossip is current about what
Stalllngs thinks of Austin. Some say he
will be slow to give him up. He should
be, but he is loaded with third basemen.
'Maybe Pa Rourke is feeling bad these
days because he was so hard hit by tne
recent storm. "(But It came after Buck
signed. up. The wind last Thursday night
blew down nearly all the Vinton street
fence, taking the flag pole as U went. The
core board never has been found and the
big Met sign In center field was blown
clear the length of the paik and landed
against- the clubhouse door, i Now. isn't
that significant? But surely Brother Dave's
temperance proclivities will not permit
him to. leave It there till the .hoys come
Acvrdiag to-a. wJ3ever-.pae.r Bobble
Low, Sandow Mertta and Joe4ianxel have
tried- to get the-Job of managing the Teddy
Bears this season, but have been turned
down. Up-to-date Frank Chance has not
pplled. But it Is refreshing to hear the
annual announcement that Denver "this
year will have a pennant winner." It was
feared that when White Wings blew off the
mountain roost this yearly pronunciamento
would not be- forthcoming, but" it has in
deed "came.'' All right, boys, the moie
the merrier. With every team a pennant
winner Just think whit the-finish will be.
916 941 7 2,834
The West Sides and Cudahys had a battle
royal last night in the Omaha league, the
Cudahys winning the first game by twenty
five pins, and the second by Just one little
lonely one. Bando of the West Sides waa
a star performer In the last game, getting
'IIS wklnh u u K .in.l. al.n laiffh tn.nl
with 634. Tonight Dreshera vs. Signal
I Next time you smoke,
moke the -new 10c,,
Havana filled, Sumatra
wrapped i "
1st. -2d. Sd. Total.
Lee ,188 17. 160 508
Powell ... 168 187 169 615
Baker 164 121 136 421
Total 610 478 466 1,44
WEST SIDES. '
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Yousem 139 162 ' 16 470
Bando ...' -....171 137 226 - 634
Rice 176 178 166 618
Totals -48J 477 M0 1,622
Beslin's Mixers won three games from
the Chicago Liquor House last night on
the Metropolitan alloys. W. F. Schneider
had high totals, with 630. and Adams had
high Mingle game, with 183. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
W. F. Schneider 170 1M) 180 630
I. Schneider 144 176 173 4S2
Jasper 131 12 . 161 418
Totals .....446 481 614 1,440
CHICAGO LJQ L OR HOUSE.
1st. 2L 8.1. . Tot.
Barghoff 127 134 136 W7
Adams ! lf 183 . 4i8
Adklns i 131 126 161 418
Totals 78 415 480 1,273
The "Candy Kids" did the Poatef flee team
ud for two gamea last night on the Metro
politan alley. Penner, the new dark horse
of the vi'andy Kids." was the real actor.
making the high total of 687. and had high
alngle game of. 212. Camp wis the bowling
artist for the Postoffice team and took
away all .honors fpr that team.- with 672
for totals and 206 for single game, look
out for Mr. Baebr Saturday night. Tonight
the Lux us and Chabot 8hoe Co. will play.
You'll be proud , tot 'K
smoke it.' You'll smoke. '
iYslowly to prolong the
joy "of it. You'll be
sorry when it.'s f inished, .
You'll buy "more. '
ASK VOI R CIGAR MAS.
Cltas. ltonovam Cigar Co.,
Omaha, b fciuax Otty, la
laitLiLK WUi 16c.'-
V'tuiner ' . .-
' : Toiala
"!d. 8.1. ' Tot.
3t 176 672
143 150 4 4
170 180 621
189 197 648
854 819 2686
d. Jd. Tot.
160 182 480
213 194 6X9
193 KV 4:0
1S2 153 497
184 22 666
931 866 2.S10
REVIIG THB RESFRVB LISTS
.National Base Ball Commission Sends
Oat Lint of Parrhaees and Drafts.
CINCINNATI. O.. Feb. 2. -The National
Pasn Kail commission- today Issued a list
of players who appear ss being reserved
bv National association clubs, but to whom
major lesgue clubs have aalned title. The
commission recommends that this list be
Immediately verified by the proper offi
cers of the National association clubs and
tnst the players, whose title has passed to
major league clubs be at once stricken
from the reservation list, which follows.
NationsI League Playrs
Cincinnati club: William A. Aulrev, pur
chased, reserved by Omaha; G. A. Smith,
drafted, reserved by Oakland: A. Furchner,
drafted, reserved by Sioux City: George
W. Ellis, purchased, reserved by Los An
geles. Brooklyn club: Henry Hoch. drafted, re
served by Harrlsburg.
Pittsburg club: Richardson, .drafted, re
served by Independence,- Kan.; Sullivan,
purchased, reserved by Kansas City; Bran
don, purchased, reserved hy Kansas Cltv:
K. J. Anderson, purchased, reserved by
Rochester; William Powell, purchased, re
served by Springfield; M. R. Parker, pur
chased, reserved by 8pringfleld.
St. Louis club: Ed Higglns. drafted, re
served by Bloomlngton; R, E. McLaurln,
purchased, reserved by Augusta; William
Alerlwltsky. purchased, reserved by La
crosse (this release waa purchased since
bulletin was Issued)..
New York club: " Kenpper. drafted, re
served by Peoria; Arthur Fletcher, pur
chased., reserved by Dallas.-
Boston club: Pitcher Esslck, drafted,
reserved by Kansas City.
American league Plavers
Cleveland club: W. S. Wright, purchased,
reserved, by Oakland; u. Graney, pur
chased, reserved by Portland; Thomas Raf
feity, purchased, reserved by Portland; R.
F. Collins, draflcdi i reserved by Indepen
dence. . .
Chicago club: W. Mattlck, purchasod.
reserved by Pueblo;' Harry Sutter, pur
c'msed, reserved by SHn Francisco; R. S.
Zeider. purchssed, reserved by San Fran
cisco: S. S. Flannngan. purchased, reserved
by Vancouver; Ike Conner, drafted, re
served hy D.illas; Jim Williams, drafted,
reserved by Waco. .
New York club: J... A. Austin, drafted
reserved by Omniia.
Philadelphia club: Heltmlller, drafted,
reserved by Oakland; J. Lewis, drafted,
reserved by Waterloo.
St. Louis club: Patterson, purchased, re
served by Pueblo: femlth, purchased, re
served by Pueblo; Chic Arnold, drafted, re
served by Slirevtport; Dwyer, drafted, re
served by Shreveport: Charles Andrews,
drafted, reserved by Haverhill; A. Grlpps,
drafted, reserved by San Antonio; W. H.
Miller, drafted, reserved by Wilkesbarie;
James Swift, drafted, reserved bv Wllkes-
barre; W. Crura, drafted, reserved by Win
nipeg; i-aui uood. -ararted, reserved by
Joplln; Charles Miller, drafted, reserved by
Da nil's; o. C. Peters, drafted, reserved by
Boston club: Aiken, drafted, reserved by
Houston; Thompson, drafted, reserved by
Aberdeen; Whiteman, purchased, reserved
by Houston; Frank Arellancs, purchased,
rest-rvea oy nan rrancisco.
Washington club: William Gray, pur
chased, reserved by Los Angeles: E. C.
Collins, drafted, reserved by San Antonio:
Harry Dieters, drafted, reserved by Fort
woitn. . , .
, ,. lass Will ot Withdraw.
' IOWA CITY. la.. Feb. I.-Soeclul.)-Iowa
authorities : Indignantly denied the report
Hieulaled that the I'niveralty of Towa In
t FT (led to withdraw front the Big Eight,
aa shown by the Intention to have former
Track tVptstn Will Riley -compete in the
atate and Missouri Valley field mecta thla
kitriiig. "It is uufortunaie lht -such mis
understandings should be piinted where
there I no foundation for them." aaid
Prof. U -M. Byera of the Iowa board yes
terday. "It la iertain that the university
will not use Riley unless , there ta abso
lutely no doubt un1i' the rules of the
meet in which he will run. It la more man
ridiculous that- na-had anv imaniloa of
fclludrawlrig from the Big Eight."
EVENTS OX THB RUNM1XG TRACKS
Jacobite, Favorite In Fourth Race at
Emeryville, la Badly Beaten.
OAKLAND. Feb. 2. Jacobite proved a
disappointment at Emeryville today when
he tailed to get in tne money in tne seven
furlong race. He was a 8 to 6. favorite, but
stopped - badly. Bell Wether led moat
of the way and won irom waraen ana
Ketchemlke.- Sinotta, at 18 to 1, took the
2-year-old race. Cloudy weather prevailed
aaid the track waa atlll aomewnai neavy,
First race, rive furlongs, purse: Kosamo
(112. Taplln, t to 1) won. Fanatic (118. Iee,
9 to t) second. Tennessee Boy (112, Mc-
Intyre, 12 to 1) third. Time: 1:(U. . Strike
Out, Rosevale, Golden Oriole, Palo Alto,
Chltterllng and waisenkina uso ran.
Second raw, three ' ruriongs: uainotta
(107, McCarthy, 13 to 1) won. Turret 107.
Bc.ovllle, 8 to 6) second. Jack Dennerlen
H07. Mentry. S to 6) third. Time: 0:3V.
Aldergulch, Jungle Queen, Caesar, Terrago,
Penetrate luiaie lamenting ana suuy aiso
Third race, mile and twenty yards, sell
ing: Pandeoro (109, Bcovllle, 8 to r) won.
Mitre 1114, Carroll, ,7 to- 2) awcond, Mabel
Holltnder (107. Sullivan, 7. to 1 third.
Time: 1:47V Em and Em, Confessor,
Idv Alicia. Minalto. Lord Roaatngton.
Katie Powera and Gaticn Lass also ran.
Fourth race, seven ruriongs, purse: Bell
wether (107, Gilbert, to 1) won. Warden
(90, Deverich, 17 to 1) avcond, Ketchemlke
(107. Scovllle, 12 to S) third. Time-: 1:31.
Jacobite and May Amelia also ran. -
Fifth race, mile nd an eighth: Raleigh
(91, Kalne, 14 to 6) won. Legatee (106,
Poetan, t to 6) second, Seasalt (luo. Butler,
I to 1) third. Time: -2:00. Miss Delaney,
Mattie Mack, Prince Nap and Senator
Beckham also ran.
Sixth race, five-and a half furlongs, sell
Ing: Honest (106. Butler, 7 to 6) won,- Tom
Shw (HA, C, Miller, to 61. second. Stiver
Stocking (98. Taplln. 8 to 1) third. Time:
1:06. Burning Bush, Blameless, Marian
Caaey and Greengoods also- ran.:
LOS ANGELES, Feb. t Santa Anita
First race, selling, six furlongs:- Work
and Play (112, Shilling. to D.won, Nattie
Bumppo (107, B Wilson, 15 to 11 aecoud,
Taxer (112. E. Dugan. 1 to 2) third. Time:
1:13H. Benaand Wlatari. Lady Kitty.
Giovanni Balerlo. Teo Beach, Succeed and
Bud Einbry aiso ran.
Second race, 2-year-olds, three and a half
furlongs: Tyraa (112. J. Howard, 2 to 1)
won, Oswald B. (106, K. Dugan, -H to 6 sec
ond. Green Dragon - iuw, rowera, 6 to 1)
third. Time: 0:41H. Miguess. Marys Lamb.
Arthur Rouse. J. M. Stokes,- La Pet it e.- Doc
Sology. Mrs. Frank Hogan, Sam Webb and
Maternus ajao ran.
Third race, selling, mile: Ida May (lul
R. Dugan, to ll won, Varieties (lot, Ej
Clark. U to 1) second, 1-ord Stanhope U'.
Siiillina. 16 to 1) third. Time: 1;38. J. c
Clem, Black Mate, Fredonla and Molesey
Fourth race, selling, six furlongs: Prog
ress (112, Powers. to 2l won. Toupee (112.
rtiiiwen, j to ll secona, aniK spring (112, K.
HrooK. la to i) tmra. rime: 1:12. .Mar
aurtt Randolph, Guldinv Star. Nlbli.k
Tavor, Hannibal Bey and ilaiel Thorpe alko
Fifth race, mile and three-sixteentha, sell
ing: Charley Paine (lrt. Powers. 15 to 1)
won, Auoraiion to'i, ijuiosuin. iu to 1) sec
ond, Montclair (96. Martin. & to 2 third.
Time: 2:uO. Earl Rogers snd M.m Offici
ous also ran.
Sixth race, selling, five furlonga: Bliss
Caiman (110, Poweis. 11 to 5 won, Empire
Expedition (107. Howard. 12 to 1 second,
la Relne lilndo (lt. Shiner. 6 to 1) third.
Time: 1:00. Little Flush. Tungsten, Lantjii,
Koine Stone. Autocrat, Watiere. " Minto,
Hamper. Morea, Roy Junrer, Hrydentua
and Uamose also rsn.
Gothenbnrg High. A aahltloaa. -,
GOTHENBURG. Neb . Feb. 2.-tSpcial.j
Gothenburg High acliool inaue a rap.d
Stride toward the western Nehraa'Vg basket
ball championship by . defeating North
Platte High achoc-1 on their floor, by the
acre of Jl to 5. Gotbenhuig High easily
ourelassed the Noi-th .Platte train In all
departments of the- game, expecialty in
goal (hooting and advaating the ball. ' The
IX-D.tr RACERS' BEAT HECORD
Teams Are Fifteen Mllea Ahead at
End of First Day.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Feb. 2-Wllh Wil
cox and Scnhouse Jt t cue mile behind the
other contestants, the six-day bike race en
tered upon Its fcecond day in Convention
hall this afternoon. The promise was that
if the terrific riding of Moran and his
keen rival Fogler continued several other
teams would flr:d themselves behind one
or more of the coveted laps at the end of
Numerous spills I ave marked the racing
so far. In the last hours of last night
Devonovltch lost cortrol of his wheel h'gh
n the speedway and crashed to the floor.
Palmer rode over the Russian and followed
him to the center. Nilthor waa seriously
injured, althorgh Dev novllch was (-on
siderably braised. Fie minutes before
tho tnd of last night's racing Fogler-slipped
to the track, but came-irt-uninjured.
When the start was made this afternoon
tj-.o teams-were tifteort rhtles ahead of the
prevleus eight-hour six-day record. All
except Wilcox- and Sefrtter.se' had traveled
196 miles, 5 laps. '' . :
KID NICHOLS' TfJAM 1 HIGH
Kansas City Bowlers' Lead at Close of
Second Annual Toorney.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Feb. 2-Kld Nichols'
five men team, Kansas City, 2.H31. leads ut
the close of the second siuiuhI tourney of
the Middle West Bowling association, which
will end here tonight. Today's bowlers are
local tealent and their' rolling will not
alfect the standing of Nichols' five, nor
the other high men. Articling and Freeman,
St. Louis, who rolled i.242 In the doubles
and Jack Herbert, St. Louis, high in the
sil gles with 648.
Before adjourning the tournament tabled
the offer of It. T. Malone. president of the
St. Paul Bowling association, who proposed
that the association unite Willi his organization.
MAHMOUT WINS FROM DE ROLEN
Tark la Given First Fall on Fonl
and Takes Second.
CHICAGO. Feb. 2. Yuaslf Mahmout won
from Raoul de Rouen, the Frenchman, in
a wrestling match at the Seventh Regiment
armory laat night In two straight falls. The
first fall was given to mm on a foul, after
thirty-seven minutes and six seconds of
rough work; the second fall was won In
20:644. In a scissors and headlock.
In the semi-final tne. matcn between
Charles Cutler and William Demetral was
a draw.' Demetral got the first fall In
eleven minutes and four seconds, while his
opponent got the second fall In aeven min
utes ana twenty-seven seconds.
CHANGE NEVADA DIVORCE LAW
Residence Limitation for Applicants
Increased from lx Months
to Two Years.
CARSON, Nev., Feb. 2 The state as
sembly today passed a 1)111 providing that
applicants for divorce In Nevada must be
resident of "the state for two years,: In
stead of six months, as heretofore.
GAME CETS BILL THROUGH
Measure for Land Office t Belle
Foaroho Goei to President.
OTHERS WT.T.n UP BY KOTREDGE
Conarreeanaaa Hlnshaw Makes an EN
fort to Harrr t' the Falrhary
and Beatrice rablle Bnlld
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON,. Feb. 2.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Senator Gamble's bill providing
for the creation of a new land district at
Belle Fourche, S. D., passed ths aenate to
day. The bill passed the house Saturday
and will now go to the president for approval.
Senator Gamble today called up for
consideration his bill for the creation
of the Lebeau land district and also the
bill to open to white settlement certain
iands In the Rosebud Indian country
lying In the eastern and northern part of
this Indian reservation. Senator Kitt
redge. however, objected to the present
consideration of these two bills and they
went over without prejudice to be called
up at some subsequent date by Senator
Indians Visit White Moose.
Senator Gamble this morning accompa
nied Hollow Horn Bear, yulck Bear,
Stranger Horse, John Colombe, the latter
having with him his daughter, Louise.
Eagle Horse and . Daniel Good -Voice of
the Rosebud Sioux, and Iron Lightning
of the Cheyenne river agency, to the
White House and presented these Indians
to President Roosevelt. The president ex
pressed himself as greatly pleased to meet
his red brethren from South Dakota and
quite a lengthy pow-wow occurred, which
seemed to be eminently satisfactory to all
Senator Gamble has recommended Wil
liam Pehrlng to be postmaster at Mal
colm, Lancaster county, S. D., to succeed
Charles W. Washington, resigned.
Hlnshaw Has a Problem.
Representative Hlnshaw has a problem
on his hands to solve for Falrbury and
Beatrice, regarding public buildings In
Today Hlnshaw had a conference with
Supervising Architect Taylor and with
some results, although not what he had
expected. In the omnibus bill ot lo York
was given a public building, which Is now
nearly completed, and yet in that same
bill nearly sixty projects have not been
commenced. . In the omnibus public build
ing bill of 1908 there were 300 projects
authorized, none of which have ever been
attempted on the part of the supervising
architect. It will be late summer before
Falrbury Is reaced while Beatrice will go
along without any regard to the amount
asked for to purchase additional land on
the theory that with the completion of the
plans there will be money enough to give
It the additional floor space required.
Mr. Hinshaw was told that notwithstand
ing the duplication of plans for government
buildings throughout the country v there
was but a saving of 50 per cent In retracing
ot blue prints, and fitting small buildings
to occupy the limited space, adding largely
to the work of the architect's office. There
will be a public, building bill at the present
session of congress but It will carry no
new projects, Jts object being to correct
Some Inaccuracies which crept Into the
last bill. It 'may be amended somewhat In
the senate and the additional land desired
by Beatrice undoubtedly will be authorized
When the bill reache? the upper branch.,
Minor Matters at CapllaT, " ..'
Representative 'Hlnshaw 'accompanied
Ralph D. Brown, of Crete, to the White
House and introduced him to President
Roosevelt.- Vpon motion of Senator Brown
Ralph D. Brown' was admitted to practice-before
-the supreme court.
Colonel James A. George, of Dead wood,
8. D., Is In Washington upon business be
fore the Interior department.
A. R. Talbott- of Lincoln, head of the
Modern Woodmen of America, Is In the city
and tonight delivered an address at Odd
Fellows' hall before five camps of the
order. Senator Burkett was also present
at this. meeting and made an address.
Thomas L. Sloane, of Pender, Is in Wash
ington, interested In a case In the supreme
Nebraska postmasters appointed: Asy
lum, Lancaster county, D. S. Woodward,
vice J. T. Hay, resigned: Penbrooke,
Cherry county, Charles W. Fisher, vice J.
Hlttle, resigned; Wheeler, Wheeler county,
William A. .Summers, vice F. A. Grout,
poaaeaaes sufferers from lung trouble till
they learn Dr. King's New Discovery will
help -them. 54c and $1.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co. ' '
MILKMEN 0FTHREE STATES
Dairymen of. Indiana, Illinois and
Wisconsin to Form - Or- - -,
CHICAGO, Feb. .2.-A meeting of dairy
men from Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana,
who supply milk to Chicago,, began here
today for the purpose of. forming a Trl
State organization. One object of the
meeting will be the formulating of
plans for fighting discriminating legislation
detrimental to the dairying Industry.
The above Is the name of a German
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Hexamethylenetetramine la recognised by
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uric acid solvent and antiseptic for the
urine. Take Foley's Kidney Remedy aa
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