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Will SKIPPER BILL RETURN?
Fate of Schipke Questioned by Con
wy's Ooinj to Washington.
AUSTIN HOLDS &UT F01 BIO PAT
Looke Like He Will Ret That
Matter Chance ! "WU"
Hut l.rlt fbo 1llg-
' t la.ders.
Will Pehlpke be back In ths Western
league thla year, or the Minneapolis team
owned by the Cantlllnne. It la believe
Joe may ahlp him to Mike.
Thli la tn question that arlsrs In the
mlnOt of the fan when they read of the
transfer bt Third Baeeman Conroy from the
Highlanders to Washington, where Skipper
Bill hat been holding down third baia (or
a coupls pf yesrs.
The trentfer also mean that Jimmy Aus
tin will have one man off the number with
whom to contest for the' position of third
on tha New Tor Americana. With Conroy
out of the, road the two leaders for that
place are Austin and Ward, the crack who
waa with tb outlaws last year.
Austin. has had tha nerve to ata'nd out on
tunings .for a good contract and It begins
to look as though be .'Would get his price.
According to tha club house rumors Austin
has sent bark two contracts which Manager
Bulling lia sent him ami finally got a
lot g letter wnlch breathed of peace and the
hop that they could coma to terms. With
Conroy gone it looks Ilk Stalling Intended
to come across . Hh Austin's demands,
which probably were not very heavy, but
Just what a crack from the leading minor
lets j wtiyld expect to get from a.major
team with which he expected to make good.
'- Chicago Cell Old.' Gloats.
The Cubs are taklnfr vengeance' on th
UlaSts. It seem, by signing eome of their
former player. Murphy and Chance ap
pear to ha alated over .the acquisition .of
George Ptnwne. center . fielder, and For
guetyi, pltchfr.' both'of -whom were shipped
by tha Olantt to Boston. The signing of
Browne probably settles the question of
who win- cover-center , regularly for the
Cubs thla year and cinches Artie Hoftnan
lor another sesaon as utility man. Fergu
son will re pi ce Londgren on the pitching
Incidentally that makes two Browne for
the 'Cubs, one with and on without the
final "," which will help some. '
HOLLAND'S WAY TO FIX SCHEDULE
wrefclta Member f Coaeealftee De
clare Troablo 1 Easily Remedied.
WICHITA. Kan.. Feb. 18 Retarding the
prop fd change In the Western league
sditdul. - by which each club will play
every other club an equal number of time.
John Holland of this city, a member of
the schedule committee, cald today:
"When the schedule waa adopted the club
ownership knew that Topeka, Wichita,
Sioux City end Lincoln' played each other
an "unequal number of time, but the ar
rangement was satisfactory to all at that
tlma. . . .
"The schedule can be remedied easily,
however. .According- to the schedule
adopted at Lincoln, Be pt ember 8 waa an off
dan If Wichita plays In Lincoln and
Topeka In Hloux City September 2,
t and 4: Wichita at Sioux City Septem
ber and t; Lincoln at Topeka September
a, and Topeka at Lincoln September 8 and
7, th schedule will be etrelghtened out.
"Th arrangement ' to which - President
O'.NVll I objecting waa mad for Lincoln'
benefit, to prevent -bat olub from losing
th Bunday game before Labor day."
HOPE OF VICTORY PROM GOPHERS
(rahaakera laaarete Style ( Play
lae Last taaiM at JtlaaeeaolJa. --
MKCOMf. 'Feb. 18.-(8iclAn-The Min
nesota and Nebraska brkt-talt ftvesrwilf
meet in th university armory fYldayanaTj
Saturday evenings in the second two of a
series of four ganies between tha two
teams this on. The first game wer
played at Minneapolis two wka ago and
wer won by tha Gophers by a mail mar
gins. Sine those game th Cornhuskera have
Improved many per cent .in their goal
toaalng, and th Nebraaka root era ar pre
dicting that their ttun will take the Go
pher Into camp on th occton of th
vlalt of th northerner to Lincoln. Spe
cial drill hour have been assigned by
Coach Clapp for th Cornhuaker and they
are doing extra training this weak, to gt
Into share for their opponents.
These gsm will be the best opportunity
th Nebraska players hav had for defeat
ing the Minnesota men tn six or seven
years, end they are going to make the most
of the chance.. All of tha playera hav re
covered from the slight Injuries they re
ceived In th gamea with Drake at tes
Moines and ar rounding Into tip top play
ing form. Against th second team yea
trrday they rolled up the largest score
and wad the bast ehowlng of any practlo
title winter. ,
A new feature of the work of th Corn
huskera la long passing and dlatant throws
Cure You Of
Other mar tnlrtBtes to do the same
thing. I pee too written guarantee to
that effect, a faarantee that's binding tad
en that protects you if I fail to do a I agree.
That's fair and square. Yoq take no
dances. Nekaer do 1 because I know poei
ureT thai Rise, Fistula end Rectal Diaeaast I
caa be cured by toy new method If the si-1
EjctSoa gat bet naaesd th Incurable state.
I use no knife oichlorofona bat a safe end j
eertaio method that I hen sard lor 14 j
year method that baa
cored hundred- method
that will caia to.
Arte Vem ejK
Csfrwef . - afcX;
jsnajesenDener uea furaoteetng you
cure. Keep roar money. Depot it it in your
bank. If roar case is curable I will
lb cum first. When you are convinced that
thMkasb don, whea ros are letiified m
every "pact then only o I ask you to per
the email fee I ask. Caayoe hceitat to ec
otpt my offer? Caa Toe afford to continue
"Oenng-. pot eft with the anpkafantncM
when a cam can be obtained oa such liberal
ton Make arrangements to come end
sea ate at once. Let me examine you and
givemyepuiion. If it ie curabJ I will lafl
TO, n incaiabie, I wiU be equally a frank.
It Stay be inanoamiM. I- . '
" TJ ,or mT Book. ItatUi
, r"' "wm my i rears ex-
StLi "d 0W ImpoJatt
la a ut la every eaM
Jbt 1 teke tee treatauet.
1 will f ie o s wntwa
tuaraaUe that the cure
will lut a lifetime sad at
your tiMtbU eea ttui I
will kest ya aajrume ia
tae futwe free f taarie.
I auke tkit Hcr be-
CftftM I .um C . 1 .. A
Retal iina.il MnBeaentir.
on, c ft. TAJMrv,
laavf Bmmba, W.ft.
ac ' m
for goals, vmii t- a-eek the Ctmnuakre
Stunk to short paaaes in s dram-Wig the
bsll. Minnesota haw ueed the long throws
wtth gr-et success and Dr. cianp believe
Me men will be aN to ueoed better h
they itee iho- same style of pey. In the
two game thla wk tbe long distant ehot
for gniile will be Introduced to th Ne
braska student for th first tlma thre
Jus new th Nebraska basket ball fane
ere watching with considerable interact
the1 basket ball rac In th southern aec
tlon of the Missouri vsliev nuifarMM
league. The contest In that division reefe
Between ivsnsaa and Washington, and will
not be settled until those two teams meet
In two games the letter part Of thle weak
Washington lead the southern division
with e percentage o-f TW; Kansaa has a
percentage of , Kansas baa played aix
games and Washington haa played but
four. If the Jayhawker take both game
from the St. !xute quintet they will clinch
the southern title. If Washington wine one
of these games and then later defeats Mle
sourl twice et Columbia In the final con
testa of th season it will become tbe
Nebraska fans look for K knees to defeat
aahlngton this week and take the tltla.
In thla case th dates for the three gamee
to deride the championship of the valley
will be arranged between Kansaa and Ne
braaka, champion - of th northern sec
tion. One of the chamtilonahtp gamee will
be played et both Lincoln and Lawrence.
The third conteat will be held In Conven
tion hall In Kensas City.
WITH THE BOWLER.
Bengele's Stare did not shine very bright
lt night when they went up sgalnst the
Peoples Store on the Association alleys.
Landon of th Peoples tesm wss the etat
pin-getter of the whole bunch, with a high
single game of Jl and total of Ml. Tonight
Chancellora against Store Triumphs. Score:
1st. Jd. d. Total.
Aobolt 17S ; 141 1U S7
L Thompson lot M 119 H
grown jo 10$ ' l an
C. Thompson ins l&s iR " 447
Bsngeie i 147 ; 96 46J
Totals W H ill llS
... .A t PEOPLES STpRE, ., ,.
let. M. Jd! T6tele
Hemrnjng- 140 M 1 an
"n l.n 4 in lit
it lit n 1 m
13 11 190 414
Totals eb (t4 7M l.01
The Aoclatlon team knd the Onlmode
p ayed an Interesting game of tenpln laat
111 r h t the A l.ii.,n . 1 1 .
. , v... icwii w 1 mi 1 11 a 1 wo
Sut .1 tbre,e Vm.' but lo,t OB tal pine
w, uun ina. una oeing tne flret game
A?rocl,,on team haa jHayed together
- . j ww,i, otniy men on
the team going over the 100 mark. - Captain
-'' i'i me oiner craca teams
1st. tri A IVt.l
Tot1 44 til tag t
, , . - iavi nigni on tne
Metropolitan alleys. The Carrl're A are
Kif'S.IlP? ?ul, Wu't recentlyV Dy"
berg had high totala with 41, while the
old reliable Sandle Morrlaon took Thigh
single game with 201. Score: '
Metcalf n.... 147 112 - lis trft
"vneck ...: 17 117 12 iie
.. It 104 201
42 381 .446 1,191
1st Id. d. Total.
17J - ing-- 11 405
120 131 150 401
14 18 ltf . 4tk)
Toui ...J I4 :ue -' m tat . 1 ita
i7l,ri?J".11 'J tn.s. Potofflc league
... mniuuuiHgn iimvi 1 A It niaVhr
wage b.d high toui with as, followed
i??1. Ialey wlth M- Nugent had
high single game with 17, Score; .
Roed ...i ISO It
Mas-Ill . i m
katey 1M 131
117 . M.
1 T041" 481 1.1M
Bchroeder,e St. James one mora. regained
the load In ih. 11. . t-.l
winning three games from the Bicycles last
night. Wilson had high total with 62, al
Hansen higti single with 1. Boss Schroeder
nek4B nrnsnlaadl hi &
,i 7u , .L grana banquet
If they win tha pennant. Boons:
NEBRASKA. CTCLB CO.
. . so. xetai.
BOTghorr ta ...... 178 1J - 14T 448
.n 168 .JJ . -,14 3
J. Heater. ... 146 l ' m 434
Totals 478 ".."448
SCHROEDKR'S ST. JAMES
imr.. l8i; M- TOtsl.
Wilson 187 1 lg Sit
101 - 145 171 118
Bcannell . 178 174 ui ,: Mt
Totale ..;....M."6 487 "471 LMJ
The Cbabot Shoe oompany took two
gatnea from the Cole-McKennaa last night
on the Metropolitan alley.. King Solomon
could not get his ravers hook to work
hrnce the Cole-McKennaa' downfall. Bat
tling Nelson took all honora for th shoe
men with I2 single end 5iO total. Wiley
had hlch total for hla taam -nrfrh ttx
196 single. Tonight tha Omaha, Blcvcl
company play th Chabot Shoe company.
CHABOT SHOE CO.
1st- Jd. 8d. Total.
Grotta .......-... 177 , lw) , ia ...807
BuUon 814 I4t 178 6R1
Nelaon . ............. ? lot lfts ' t-a
lahecka 166- 148 137 . 430
Foley .,w 1H 168 143 468
Totala....: J sot 773 3, leg
1st. Id. - Id. Total.
Solomon ,... IM la ill 4X4
Johnson , ,. 140 166 158 ti
Wiley 180 10 It (at
Treynor . 147 164 1J8 407
H. Prtmeeu 168 - 161 . IM 801
, 788 788 142 398
lad Ball at Haatlag. .
HASTINGS. Neb., Feb. 18. (Spaolal.)
The fiastlnge business men's team of tbe
Young Men's Christian association laat
night defeated th York Young Men'a Chris
tian association team In Indoor baae ball
hera by a eoore of 28 to 8. Fo the flrat
five lnnlnge tha York man wer ahead,
but tha Hastings team won out by heavy
batting tn the last stages of the game. Tha
teams wer composed as follows; Meetings,
tirwac, itonrer, jonnaon, j rites, . itemer,
Wl'liams. O Mra, Cutler: ' York, Met a,
Meyer. McCloud. Perry, Fountain, Peter
son. Meade, Alvord. HIUi Hastlnga, 86:
' Wleblta Ueta Weaver.
WICHITA. Kan.. Feb. 'l8.-(ftpeclal Tele
gram.) Wichita purchased Actlior , "Buck"
Weaver, a catcher.-- from the Chicago
White Sox today. Weaver waa a favorite
in thla city in 1807. but waa drafted bv
Comiakey that eeeaon. Dee Moine waa also
atter Weaver. - .
-New i'eata at Vlataa Park.
Brother Dave went to th Vinton street
park Thursday morning to look over the
storm wreckage and says thst It is even
worsa than he had thought. No effort will
be made to rebuild th fence until tha froat
Is out of tb ground, when a large force
will be put u work and the repairs rushed
to a epevdy ftnuib.
Hastings Defeata Verk.
HASTINGS. Neb.. Pan. 18. (Special. )
Haatlnga defeated ' York in the high school
baaket ball game last night, the ac.ore betna
64 t 14. Tha Hastings playera wer John-
eon. tendict, Uunlap. V en glckl and
Field. Th York piayere were Meyer. Perry,
Mead. McCloud and Peteraon.
One Horace Wat ere', Iprlht. Coat wkea
new 100 90; will make a very fin practice
pit, no. Price 8V0ft. . ,
"tlxchanga iJepartsaent," .
haym:n BHDS. .
PlILLIAM READY TO RETIRE
President of National League ia Tired
of Friction and Worry.
SAYS J03 IS THANKLESS ONE
lory of Hla Ordering Dreyfaae aad
Rbbetts fraaa Mis Ofllee Starts
la Playlagr Bales.
CHICAGO. Feb. ll-Presldnt Harry Pul
liem of th National leagu mad It plain
yesterday between session of league meet
ing thet he wee willing to forego the glory
and salary attached to hla position In or
der to eave himself worry.
Mr. Pulllam had Intended .making a
statement at the dinner given to the news
paper writers on the pre v Ion a evening, but
th epirit of good cheer conquered and he
decided to "forgive and forget" for the
tlma being et least. It Is known In base
ball clrolea that the beat of feelings do
not exltt between Mr. Pulllam and Garry
Herrmann, chairman of the National com
mission, and President Charles W. Mur
phy of the Chicago National league club,
but It waa not until today that the war
fare assumed a aerlous aspect.
tn tha hotel corridors It waa eald thet
Mr. Pulllam had ordered Barney Dreyfus
and Charlea Ebbetta, owner, respectively,
of th Pittsburg end Brooklyn National
teams, to leave hie office In New York, and
while the demand waa compiled with, it
le eald both Dreyfus and Ebbetts vowed
vengeance upon him.
Patllan Ready Retire. '
When Mr. Pulllam learned the Incident
referred to had been divulged he Issued a
etatement today which voiced his senti
ments. In substance, th National league
president declared he wee tired of war
fare and after leaving for California next
Monday he would not be surprised to hear
that he hed been deposed by those In the
league whom he claim to be antagonistic
to hi administration. President Pulllam
Issued his I'.atement after the meeting,
and supplemented It by saying his ex
perience with the contending factions of
th Isague had caused him to' fall In
health end lose hie cheerful disposition.
"I expect." he eeld. "that there are
enough of the opposition to depose me a
prealdertt and at a matter of fact I would
not regret such action on their part. The
Job le a thankless one for the most part
and the friction that one haa to contend
with Is not worth the trouble. Ae a matttr
of fact, I did order Dreyfuaa and Ebbetta
out of my office In New York and would
do the same thing again If the circum
stances were elmller."
But notwithstanding the difficulties exist
ing between eome of the magnatee and
officials of the league, the session was har
morriou for the most part. Contrary to
expectation the reported attempt at bribing
Umpires Klem and Johnstone was not re
ferred ta. - (. .
The proposed amendment to the national
agreement in relation to the Class AA
leagues waa discussed at length, and while
no definite action waa taken, the sentiment
appeared to favor the change. A similar
spirit was msnlfeeted at the session of the
American league director during their brief
eesslon. With this display of willingness
on the part of the mejor league magnatee
It le probable that the American associa
tion. Eastern league and Pacific Coast
league will be placed In a claaa by them
selves according to their desire.
Ckaages la Rales.
. In the National league session It was Be
dded to amend rule 84 so that' (he umpires
will not have the power to fine playera or
men on the coaching lines. In future, vio
lation of the rule of the national game
may be punished only by ordering the of
fender to the club house.- but he may not
tak up a position either In the grandstand
or blaachars. Another Innovation waa the
adoption of rule that manager of homo
ground will not be permitted to voice any
sentiment regarding ground rulea In case
the visiting team entere a protest against
existing conditions. The umpire Is to be the
sols Judge In such an emergency. In the
major league clube It was decided by the
rulea committee that a limit of twenty-five
player ehall b the maximum during the
playing seaaon on and after May IS, and
thirty-five during the eo-called "off aeaaon"
which precedea the warmer conteata of the
Club Striving for pennant honora.
Th committee decide to atop the prac
tice of certain managers of shifting pitch
are during gamee In order to give their
teem an advantage when the battere on
the oppoelng teams were ehowlng too great
strength at th plate. When one pitcher
1 taken out hi auceaaaor must remain In
th box until he haa retired at least one
The scoring rule were emended at the
suggestion of a conmittee of sporting
writer and It waa decided that the umpires
ia the minor leaguee night use their own
Judgment tn the matter of Imposing fines.
Ia the major league th fine In th past
hav been settled by the club and aa a
rtsult the penalty did not fall sufficiently
heavy oa tha playing offender. 1
For thle reason it was decided that In
the minor leagues, where the flnee Imposed
by umpire have been eettled in the ma
jority of Instanoes by th player, this rule
will ha allowed to stand for Jh good of
th base ball game.
Trade aad Parchasea.
The annual proposition of tredes and
purchase xperlnoed a lull during th
aesstona of both leaguee, but a few an
aouncement wer made by the managere
who visited tha seen of baa ball activity.
Third Baaemen Conroy of th New York
American elub waa sold to tbe Washington
team and Bid Smith of the St. Louie Ameri
can aggregation waa ahtfted to the Atlanta
club of the Southern league.
President Comlskey of the Chicago Amer
ican league team announced that he had
secured Inflelder Perry Down of Detroit
and President Murphy congratulated him
self upon obtaining tha servlcea of Pitcher
Donahue and Ferguson of the Boston Na
tional. Catcher James of th Boston
Americana, It waa announced, had been as
sured by the New York American leagu
team. President John I. Taylor of th
Boston American league club announced
tha acquisition of Lout Wolter, th left
banded pitcher and acceptable outfielder.
Weatera Lea a Schedal Ok.
President O'Neill of the Western league
announced that the schedule for th com
ing eeaaon would hare to be amended aa
tbe rules of the organisation had been
violated In tha matter of placing games
la the cities represented la tha Weetara
league circuit. According to the rulee but
twenty-tmo gamea are permitted. In the
case of Lincoln, Neb., and Wichita. Kan.,
elevea gamea are echeduled between the
clube In tha latter c4ty with but eight In
the former. This arrangement falla short
of three gaaaea aa outlined by the rulea
Oa the other hand tha Bloux City club
It booked to play eleven gamea at Wh-hlta
and the latter will play fourteen at Sioux
City, making a total of twenty-five. An
other Inatance of oversetting the number
of gamee to be played le tn the case of
Llacoia and Topeka. The farmer la set
dewa for fifteen game at home aad ten
at Topeka. the result being twenty-five
gsmee. The result likely will be a re- 1
DAILY BF.Ei FRIDAY. FKBKUARY 19. 19t.
arrangement of the schedule If the various
magnates Insist upon hsvlng the rulee
lived up to to the letter.
The American league will close lie ses
sion tomorrow after considering the eotlpn
of the National league on the Class AA
proposition and the latter organisation
will cent In tie Its seaelon until Fiidsy.
Preeldent O'Brien of the American asso
ciation announced tht the meeting which
he presided over had adopted the echedule
Tor ln, the opening playing date being
set for April 14. The disposition of the
clube In the league with reference to the
dates will be withheld by the league mag
nates until March 1.
Sensational gpeeek y Palllam.
At a dinner tonight President Tulllam
said: "My days as a base bell manager
are numbered. The leagu doee not want
me for president eny mote. It wanta to
go back to th days of dealing from the
bottom of the pack, hiding the cerde under
the table and to the days when the trsde
mark was the gumshoe. I can't afford to
quit or I would resign now from my posi
tion, which pays IS.OOU a year. But I will
have to quit at the rnd of thle year."
President Johneon of ihe American league
Jumped to hie feet end said:
"We refuse to believe that there are any
grounds for these statements Mr. Pulllam
haa been under a strain for the last few
But Pulllam peralsted, saying If while
he was In San Francisco anybody would
offer him a Job of 12,000 a year he would
KVKT OW nt'XXIXQ TRACKS
Jack Atkla Wla ftaata Maalca
Handicap at Lea Angeles.
LO8 ANGELES. Feb. 18. Jeck Atkln,
carrying the crushing Impost of 140 pounds,
easilv won the Santa Monica handicap, at
six furlongs, at Santa Anita park today.
He waa heavily backed by the public, be
ing played down to even money at the end.
Colloquy broke In front and eet a hot pace
to the stretch. Jack Atkln moved up In the
lead when well in the stretch and won by
two lengths In the remarkable time of
1:1118. which la H of a second elower than
the world's record. Five favorites won.
First race, selling, one mile: Ida May
(9. Russell. 17 to 10) won. Alma Bov tl4.
Rice, 12 to 1) second. Captain Kennedy (H.
A Walsh. 5 to 1) third. Time; 1:384,
Cloyne and Whip Top also ran.
fVcond race, purse, three furlongs, J-year-olds:
Rocky O Brlen (106, Shilling, 6 to 6)
won, Chester Krum (108. Powers, 6 to 1)
second, H. Patten 1106. J. King, 13 to 1)
third. Time: 0 85. Charles J. Harvey. Ar
thur Rouse. Myles O'Connell. J. M. Stokes,
Herman. Ketchel and Docaology alao ran.
. Tnlrd rac, 'x furlongs, selling: San Vlto
(107. Cullen, 4 to 1) won. Valjean (110, E.
Lugan, 16 to 1) second. Stringency (110.
Shilling, 7 to 5) third. Time: 1:12. Fur
nace. Hed Mimic, Erbet, Bliss Carman and
Signor also ran.
Fourth race. Santa Monica handicap six
furlongs: Jsck Atkln (140. Powers, even)
won. Colloquy (104. J. Howard. S tn 11
end. Magaxlne (107, Williams. IS to 2) third.
1 inir: i:uv. Auriucne, w. T. Overton.
Elisabeth llarwood, Sempronium, Ethel
Day and Vov Popull also rail. .
Fifth race, puree, mile and an eielith-
Animus t!07. Powers, 13 to JO) won Norbitt
(ii, nuiwen, ? ro 1) second. Red Gauntlet
' 1 10. Goldstein, 7 to .1) third. Time: 1:63.
Big Bow also ran.
Sixth race, purse, five furionaa: Harrl-
gan (110, Powere. 1 to 3) won. Desirous (111,
in. o io u secona, juiis Howell (111,
R Dugan, 6 to 1) third. Time: IsOfai.
Celendar, Nigger Baby, Taxer, Kuropatklu
and Right Sort also ran.
Seventh race.' selllna. seven furionaa:
Sink Spring (113, Brooks, 10 to 1) won, Msr-
rui (Hi. Howard, li to 1) second, Joseph K.
Mice, w to l) third. Time: 1:26.
Cherloe, Hannibal Bev. . Canardn. Uncle
Henry, Wistaria. Ivsnhoe and Guiding Star
also ran. Darurna left at post.
Summaries at Rnarryvllle.
OAKLAND, Cel., Feb. " 18.-Emeryvll!e
summaries: v ' . .
First rsce. six furlongs, .selling: . Trans
mute (108. McOerthy, to ll won. Cheers
(104, Gilbert. 7 to 1) second. Mohn A. Mallou
(87. 'Anderson. IS to 6) third.'. Time: 1:184.
Coppers, Hand ., Maiden, Dr. Sherman,
fleorge Kllborn. .Phil. JgQt,Ri)se Cherry,
Mrs. O'Fsrrell. Royal N. and Fred Mul
holland also ran. - . 1
Seoond rue?, mx furlongs selling: Silver
Stocking (itti. Taplln, 8 to i) won. (irace O.
(106. Butler, 8 to 1) jeeond, Billy Bowlegs
(1U4. Scovtlle. 40 to 1) third.' Time: 1:17,.
Sophomore, Charles Ureeti,' Tawksenths.
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CITY TICKET OFFICE. 1324 FARXAM ST.
PHONES: BELL, DOUGLAS 1928; AND I NO. AS&tl.
Englewood Union Station:
Convenient of acces to and from
ana an oi ding direct connection
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Nearest the heart
station on the
Take the road
Rmma G., Brush l"p nd Sir Lnnewocd
Third race, three end a half furlongs.
rurse: Oletho tS. Taplln. 30 to ll won.
'Ire (115. Mentrv. 8 to 1) aecond, Balronla
(123. McCarthy, 3 to I) third. Time: 0;48V
Judge Qmnn. Roberta, Tipeter, Genova,
Ponla. Princes Viola. Ralph II. Toxer,
Orws and Knob also ran.
Fourth race, one mile and a quarter, sell
ing: OrcagHna (104. Clark, 4 to 1 won.
Pan De Oro (loft. Butler. 7 to fc second,
Kog (HH. Borel. 20 to 1) third. Time: 1:13.
I-ady Alicia. Prince of Orange. Flavlgny,
Orehan, Jacomo. Mary B. Clark, Lord R
sington and Graphite alao ran.
Fifth race, one mile and twenty yards,
selling: Be Thsnkful (109. Keogh. t tn 2)
won. The Peer (97. Taplin. IV to 10) second.
Romanoff 1112, Mentry, Vii to 1) third.
Time: 1:47S. Ak-8ar-Ben, J.e Rose, Rotrou,
Wuertburger and R. M. Brown also ran.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling: Severn
(107. Keogh, 1 to 1 won, Btandover (107,
Mentry. 18 to 1) second, Constantla (I,
Archibald. 18 to 1) third. Time: 1:17. Iird
Provost, Cuernavsca. Boloman, Red Ball,
Cayenne ra, Larkfoot. Bravoure and San
Oil also ran.
TAMPA, Fla , Feb. II -Summartee:
Flrat race, five furlonga: Allegra (102,
Brown, 6 to 1) won, Molly Moonshine 199,
iovell, 6 to 1) second. Brown Jug (1U7,
Troxler, 8 to 1) third. Time: l:06i. Redemp
tion, Tomoehlchl. P. J. McCarthy, Boomer
ang, Etal and F.nclta also ran.
Second race, five furlongs: Youthful (108,
McAbe, 1 to 2) won. Piatt (100, White.-15 to
1) eecond, Lady Caroline It (108. Smith. 10
to 1) third. Time: 1:06. Merrlgo. I,dy
Fltsherbert. Joe Fallen, Donaldo and Foxy
Urandpa also ran.
Third rsce. six furlongs snd sixty yards:
Autumn Maid (107, Burns, 6 to 6) won,
Merlse (94, Crowley, I to 1) second. Colonel
Blue (106, Hall, 6 to 11 third. Time: 1:24.
Jeanette, Hawk'e Flight and Camel alao
Fourth rsce. seven furlongs: Elder (108,
Flynn, I to 1) won. No Quarter (114. Pender
gaat. 1 to 2) eecond. Judge Dundon 1109.
Prannon, 8 to 1) third. Time: 1:31. Mlsa
K. O. B., Richmond Duke and Merry Bell
Fifth race, one mile end a sixteenth:
Bitter Hand (106. Lovell. 6 to 1) won, Kn
llat (104. Hannan. 2 to 1) eecond. Ora 8ud
rteth (94. Crowley. 4 to 1) third. Time:
1:674. Jupiter, Spunky. Oriental Queen, Dr.
Young and Bosom Friend slso ran.
Sixth race, five furlonga: Canada (102,
Haynes. 10 to 1) won. Alamo (107. Plckena,
4 to 1) second. Fancy Dress fln3, Crowley,
8 to 11 third. Time: 1:06,. Reinette, King
Thorpe. Darling Dsn. Martins. Vellce, Car
rie Elder end 8t. Msgnet also ran.
Olsen aad Ilolden to Wrestle.
Edward Olsen of Blair and John Holden
of Omsha will meet In a wreatllng match
at Pascale's hall In Florence next Wed
nesday evening for ISO. best two In three
falls cstch-as-catch-pn. The match Is
the reault of a challenge leaned at the
Easie- entertainment st Florence lant
month. There are several other bouts
scheduled for the venlng which is under
the susplces of the Eagles.
Bis Parse for Winnipeg; Clrcalt. '
WINNIPEG. Man.. Feb. 18-The Mani
toba racing circuit will offer purses ag
gregating 167.000 for turf eventa this sum
mer. The circuit races will open May 24
at Brandon and will Include both harnee
and running events. During the week of
July 10 the races will be held In Winni
peg, when 127,000 In purses will be offered.
One Bschman taken In exchange on on
of our Grands. Almost new. This piano
Is In mahogany case, full sine end show?
ro signs of wear. On sale at Soo.CO.
GYPSY CHIEF IS ARRESTED
Joe Adams lw Jail at St, Joseph
Charge of Stealing; a,nOO at
8T. JOSEPH. Mo., Feb. 18.-Joe Adams,
who Is chief of the Gypslee in North
America and who established his winter
headquarters In this city. Is under arrest
upon Information from Windsor, Ont.,
where he Is charged with the larceny of
12,500. He declares he Is Innocent. He is
closely guarded,, aa many of his followers,
In an ugly mood, are keeping close to the
police station and an attempt at rescue Is
One Vose tc. Spas .Upright,. In English
walnut, medium siie. Costs when new
1.160.00. Has been thoroughly repaired and
Is now offered at 8120.00 on easy payments.
Sooth Side residential district. !
with numerous bastera. line.
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Vndrr our trratment the skin becomes
dfar. ulcere, pimple and blotches heal
up, enlarged glands are reduced, fallen
out hair 'replaced by a luxuriant growth,
the eyes 'become bright end ambition and
There Is no resson for any man having
a repulKlv end disfigured fsce from erup.
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hereditary or acquired, our system will
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tt Is only the experienced specialist that
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and apply the proper treatment to effect
a cure. tVe ere Letter able bv our sys
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Our deep knowledge and experience com
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trouble enables us to learn the sufferer's
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Many cases have been shamefully neglected negleoted at the. commencement,
before any physician was consulted, and then further aggravated through
Incorrect diagnosis and fruitless treatment. . -
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serious and complicated rases enablea us to effect cures without experiment
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DIG HORN OASJFJ '
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est lands In the world are open to sale and settlement. '':'
ROUND TRIP RATE HA8 BEEN SPECIALLY REDUCED TO ONLY $27.50
from any station on the Burlington In Nebraska to any point in the Big
Horn Basin or Yellowstone Valley, near Billings, Mont, ...
CROP YIELDS 60 bu, wheat, 60 to 90 bu. oata, 70 bu! barley, 3 cuttings al
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quarters of an acre of Irrigated land. ' .
ADVANTAGES Deep, rich soil. Unlimited water supply".. "Perfect climale.
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