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National and American Magnates in Winter Sessions; Rourke Likes Scheduler
MURPHY ACCUSES JOHNSON
Chicago Magnate Say Ban it Making
Joke of Base Ball.'
BOTH LEAGUES MEETING TODAY
Nothing Ian Be ! on Revision
Intra Bneanse Ax'rlrm t'ont
mltlM Has Vat Htm
NliW YORK. Feb. 14 -The bass ball
magnates' of th National league were on
hand bright and early today for the second
section of their annuaf meeting, ths first
part of which n held In 1 cm'jpr. Tue
sessions will provaoty last until :at tomor
row or Thursday.
Rumor of possible lively doings luve
r.een flying around the league circuit fir
the last few devs. and there Hfre Indlcn
liona today that clnshes were Imminent
over several subjects. Tha main cleah
tl expected over the proposed adoption
of a new official lea ie ball for 1912. Other
subjects on which difference of opinion
waa not unlikely were the alleged attitude
of Prealdent I.vnch toward tha umpire sit
tiatlen. The schedule committee' draft of
date and the fiueatlon of rulea revlalon.
Charles V. Jkfurphy, owner of the Chl
rspo team, declared before tha meeting
that ha had many suggestions aa to possi
ble chsnges In the rulea. but ha admitted
that after all waa aald and done, the meet
ing of the rules committee would be merely
perfunctlonary. Nothing can be dona be
cause no American rulea committee has
been appointed by President Johnson.
Without his co-operation no changes can
be made. Murphy waa frank In hla critic
ism of Johnson for his lack of co-operation.
"Johnaon haa violated the National agree
ment and la making a joke of base ball,"
declared Murphy. "Ha Is In duty bound
to appoint a committee, but Just becarae
he heard that I had Issued a call for rug
geallona for changes In the rules, he did
not do It. There are a number of changea
that ought to be taken up and carefully
diacuased. - Probably some excellent
changea would be made. But what Is the
use? Johnson won't have It, so wa are
American Meellnar In Chicago.
CHICAGO, Feb. l.-Representatlves of
the American league opened their annua)
midwinter meeting here today to adopt tha
playing schedule for the 1911 season. The
schedule has been drafted for several
weeks and President Johnson declares It
will ba adopted without any changes.
Among the club owners here to attend tha
meeting are Charles W. So mm era and K. S.
Barnard of Cleveland. Frank J. Farrell
and Arthur' Irwin of New Ylrk, Robert U
Hedges and Rhody Wallace cf St. Ioula.
.Frank I. Navln and Hugh Jennings of De
troit, T. C. Noyea and J. R. McAleer of
Washington. B. F. Phlbe. Charles Reach
and Frank Hough of Philadelphia and
Charles A. Conilokpry of Chicago.
State League Votes ,
to Let York Supplant
City of Red Cloud
Vote of Superior Alone Not Returned,
but Arrangement! Are Practically
Made for Change.
fiRAND ISLAND. Neb., Feb. 14.-Spettal
Telegram.) President Slevera announced
this afternoon that the vote of tha various
cities In tha Nebraska State league had so
far been returned as to make York' se
lection for the franchise abandoned by Red
Cloud practically unanimous. Superior was
the only vote not returned. The York peo
ple finally concluded negotiations, making
complete payment to Red Cloud. A meeting
of the schedule commute will probably ba
called lh.) latter part of the month.
There la some tslk of making a. ten-club
league out of It, Beatrice and Falrbury be
InK spoken of, but rt Is doubtful If the ven
ture will b undertaken this year.
4O0I.KY TO lll'JI lib; LENA TEAM
former Manager of Topeba Interested
In w laarar.
UU'ISVILLE. Ky.. Feb. l4.-(Speclal )
Dick Cooley, who Is here this week with
his wife In vaudeville, expacta to quit the
stsge toon to return to the ball field.
Cooley. who managed tha Louisville Colo
nels In 1907, and then left the association
to take up the active management of his
Topeka Western leagua club, which he
sold laat season, hss embarked upon a
new enterprlas for 1911. He will run the
Helena, Mont., team of the new Union
league. Cooley- already la at work on
plana for his team, and he expects to take
with lilm several players from this sea
lion. Including Catcher Martin Schmidt of
Louisville, who caught or Topeka a part
vt last season and finished the season
with ttartleavllle. Okla.
1I4CKE9C IIMIHT 1HHUUI 11 TI CK
Hussan I. Ian Seen res Two Straight
Kails front Chicago Man.
CHICAGO. Feb. 14-Oeorg Hacken
SchmUlt drfratrd Charles Cutler of Chi
cago tonight in stialglfl fulls. He pinned
Cutler's shoulders to the mat for the first
tall in 1:W'M with a toe and body hold,
and secured the second with a toe lock
after 10 minutes and 20 seconds.
In the ascond fall Cutler quickly fell
Into a toe lot k.' and waa quickly pinned
to the mat In l'J.SO. He remained on the
defenalv while Ha. kens hmidt tried for
the second fell, and only succeeded In get
ling on) dangerous hold on his opponent.
Frd Beell. tha Wisconsin wrvstler. and
Ous hchoeiilrln tAmerlruai wrestled for
on hour without a fall In the seml-wln8up,
and lh match waa called a draw.
Tha only aeniblanv of a fall cam after
focty-fiv minutes of wrestling, when
Ameiicus secured an arm lock, but Lev 11
broka th hold and remained on the de
ftnaiv until to match was ovr.
COI.. HOOEt:i,T UKKETI .MUHtN
JncHak l.lgbtwrelsbt 4 haaantoa Ills
rnsars Flalkts Un Colonel.
NEW YORK, Feb. 14. -Owen Mrrsn. the
English lightweight champion, and Theo
iot Roosevelt Shook hands in the dining
tar of a New York Central tiain which
brought them here from Mi. hlgan today.
Moras picked out lh colonel among a
paily which entered the dining car last
night. When a friend who noted Moran'a
presc-nc approached Mr. Kooacvelt and
asked hint If h would Ilk to meet the
Ll'sllah llghlwrlght. the colonel immediate
ly turned aaay from his companions and
walked over to Moisns table.
For soma tlui tiiey chngsd rin
tu... ncJ of fight aod fighters.
Hslir Wins Mnasb Title.
rill IA DEI .Pi II. Feb. 14 -Flank t
VS liite of the lirrnianiown ru kat club,
win) the national ..nnh ra. yurl hain
pionthtp. drfrsi.og i; Y Uiln of t'.nsd.n
;n '.he (inrti iv.,iiti uf the tmirnstueiit st in
shiikde.phia lvm.ji.rt cluk todsy.
April n. w. r. no
May E. . 30
.lulv Srpi. 10
Oct. 2, .1
April 20, 21. 22
.1 une 24, 25, Hfi
Aug. la,14.1u, IS
April 2:1, !4. 26
iMuy 27, &
Sept. 1. 3,
Oct. fi, 7. 8
Mny H, 11, 12, 13
July 14. IK, 17. 18
Aug. 20, 21. 22
May 14, 15. 16, 17
July 2)1, 21, 22. 23
Aug. 17, IS, 1
Mny 22, 2.1, 24. 5S
July 7. 8, . Ht
Aug. 24. 20, 2
Mav 18. 19. 20, 21
July II, 12. IS, 14
Aug. 27. 28, 21)
April 30, May 7. June
20. July 2, Aug. la.
Sept. . 10; Oct. 7, 8.
Pa Rourke Likes
the New Schedule
and the New Rules
St. Joseph is a Live Base Ball Town
and Fa Hopes for a Big Open
ing in Omaha.
Pa Kourke returned from the field of op
erations Tuesday morning highly- enthusl
astlo over the result, attained at the West
ern leagua schedule meeting and converted
Into an ardent admirer of the base ball
spirit of St. JoHpph. Pa places an emphatic
stamp of approval upon the waiver rule of
the league constitution and. upon lh four
trip schedule, although he admits that th
four-trip plan Is but an experiment.
"The four-trip plan Is going to be a de
cided boost In the interest of the gam,"
said Itourk. "The public does nut al
ways want to see the team at home twen
elght days and playing each of the visiting
clubs four games. Three games are plenty
and In the twenty-one days a team is home
now It will play seven teams. The plan
will cost something more In railroad fare,
but not quite one-third more, as the long
Jumps will be partly eliminated. I'm In
favor of It and think It will he a success.
Th doing away with double-headers Is one
of the best parts of th schedule. Double
header games deteriorate the game and
sre a bad thing.
"The waiver rule w merely adopted to
protect ourselves. There srenis to be som
misunderstanding about the part pertain
ing to major leagues. Hereafter when a
ma-tor league purchase a player from th
Western league It cannot lease or sell that
player back Into this league without first
giving the club from which it bought th
player a chance to purchase him back.
"We certainly had a fine lime In St.
Joe, and nothing too good can be aaid for
that place aa a base ball town. Th treat
ment could not have been better, and I
surely admlrv the base ball spirit exhibited
there. The Ad club, the Boosters and th
Commercial club are all working to get
out a crowd of 10. OK) to the opening game,
and 1 think they will do It."
Pa Is going to do some live boosting on
his own account and wants to get out a
crowd In Omaha to the Initial game.
Omaha has not had an opening date sine
1903, when Milwaukee opened the season
here, and Pa declares he would like to
have every body out for the beginner.
In regard to the schedule he asserted
that he waa well pleased, having got the
Fourth of July and some other desirable
dates at home.
Iowa Students Want
to Join the Big Eight
Definite Movement Begini to Sever
Relations with the Missouri
IOWA C1TV, la.. Feb. 14. (Special. )
"Those sporting writers and correspond
ents from other Schools west of the Mis
sissippi have nothing on the local student
body when It comes to reading Iowa out
of the Missouri Valley conference. Almost
to a man, local followers of athletics in any
form, are in favor, of an Immediate and
decislv withdrawal from the misfit or
ganization bearing that name and a
cloker union with the time tried big ett;ht."
With this as its opening paragraph. The
Dally lowan, th official publication of the
student body at the Slat tinlverxlty of
Iowa, came out this morning with a de
nunciation of the action of Iowa of re
maining in the Missouri Valley conference
and aigued strongly for an " immediat
iwithdiawal from that organization, the cul-
miuation of th Drake controversy, which
has so recently arisen, and th spill with
Missouri over the spying affair of last
year and two years ago.
Accompanied in this article appear the
xpresxlons of Hrntlnunt' frouc the. leading
athloles of the si hool, among them Captain-elect
Murphy of the, fool ball team,
former Track Captain Arlo WIIhoii. i'tnln
elect Hook of the la- Lull team and Mike
Hyland, former all arouml athlete at lout.
all of whlih argue strongly f ir the with
drawal of Iowa from the Misiourl Valley
conference and back the student ptiper in !
its protest against any hesitancy on the
part cf the proper authorities. I
The athletic authorities at the uuivei ally
have refused to dlacoas the matter fur pub-
llcaiion. but el they hace made no de- !
lilal of the favoring the proposed with- '
drawal, and It Is not known how definite ;
their ttaiid will be pro or ion i
Sentiiiitnl Increased tapidl after the I
Diaka affair for an immediate vvuhtliaMal j
and definlls a. tmn Is expected soon. !
Hllli Dies al kow.
NKW YOHK. Fell. ! I Three tine biili
doiis. InciuOintf Huckiugham. owned by
Klciiaru t'euHi. jr.. nn .vaiueo att.tft.
O'e.l at the Uog , Mli-,.u t,.,art
(iatden loUa. il km first r. i't.l iiie
had bee.li M,liMilo-ti, hut in V' vt 1 aa t Ion HljUMr.l
tl.al tin. k.ivlinni tiail mi Hi iino -r r
afn-r I.ccoiioi.k enlaiitilcU ,n ma main.
l.iie Ills other were iM.t fin ate.i III tiir.r
hole In toe hajifnicnt. 'i .ie laM tuu unc
r'rruch biilhliis". " I "I he Arthur Wrlli
anU valued al awul " each.
AT AT AT " 1 AT
ST. LOUIS DETROIT CLEVELAND WASHINGTON
April R 17. 1. l April 1J, 1, 14. 16 May t. i, 4. j"unTlo7l27l3
June 20. 21. 22. 23 June I June 2. 29, 30; July 1 Aug. i. S. 4. R
Hept. 11, 12. la July 4. 4. S Sept 4, 4, a Sept. 1. 20. 21. 2J
Aug. 12; Sept. ,
April It, 24. 26 April 20. 2lTar June It, 15777l7
ass May 27. 2 July. 4, 4,1 Aug. 7. . . 10
June IM, 29; July 1 Aug. 12 - Sept, 15, 14, II
Sept. 5, 6; Oct. 1 Sept. 7. 8,
lUy2ia;i' April 27, 28. June L 1. S. I
SPt. 2, S.4. 4 witt May 29, 30, 30 July 2ft, 2. 27
Ucl. , w.a. Pept. 12. 13 Sept. 27, 28, 2, M
Oct. 2, 2. 4
April 12. 13, 14. IS April IB. 17, 18 19 ' June 7 8 I
!"'' April 30; Mav 1 . July 2. . 1; Aug. 1
June 21. 25. 26 June 20, 21. 22 FBJaTT ect 23 26 2
Aug. 13, 14 July 2; Sept. 10 '" v ' ' '
May 14. 15, 1. 17 May 22. 23. 24, 25 Mav 18, 19, 20, 28
July 2o, 21, 22, 23 July 7. 8, ft, 10 July 11. 12, 18. 14
Aug. 17, 18, 1 Aug. 24. 25. 26 Aug. 2S, 29. 88 MOX
May 10, 11, 12. 1,1 May 18, 19, 20, 21 May 22, 23, 24. 2S May 4. 6. . 8
July 16, 16. 17. IS July II. 12. 13, 14 July. 7. 8, 10 June 28, 29, 30; July 1
Aug. 20, 21, 22 Aug. 27, 28, 21 Aug. 24, 26. M Oct. 1, 8, 4
May 18. 19, 20, 21 May 9, 10, 11. 1! May 13, 15. IS, IT April 17, 18, 1
July 11, 12. 13. 14 July 20, 21. 22, 23 July 13, 17, 18 May 31
Aug. 27, 28, 29 Aug. 20, 21, 22 Aug. 16, 17, 18, It Aug. 11, 1J. 14, IS
dept. 7. 8.
May 22, 23. 24 , 25 May 13. 14. 1ft. 16 May . 10. 11. U April 12. 13, 11 15
July 7. 8, 9, 10 July 15, 16. 17, 18 J uly 19, 20, 21. 21 May 27, 29, 20, 30
Aug. 21, 20, 26 Aug. 17, 18. 19 Aug. 2L 22, 23 Sept. 11, 12, 13
12 Saturdays. 12 Saturdays. 13 Saturdays. 14 Saturdays.
USundavs. in Sundays. Decoration Day, Decoration Day.
Labor Day. July 4th. July 4th.
Gardner in the Best
Match of Tourney
German Billiard Champion Wins by
Run of Forty-Three, After
NEW YORK. Feb. 14. Unusual interest
was centered in tonight' gam of th
world's amateur billiard championship
tournament as it brought together Albert
Poensgen, th German champion, and Ed
ward W. Gardner, th national champion.
The Munich expert won by 400 to Sift) points.
It was th longest and closest match of th
tournament so far. lasting over four hours.
Forty-eight innings wera played.
Poensgen, who was behind until th
twenty-third Inning, passed Gardner by
successive runs of SS, 41 and 43. but Gardner
regained the lead In the thirty-sixth in
ning and held it until his opponent finished
with a run of 41.
Oardner In his second Inning ran 61, but
IS and 27 were his next best runs.
J. Ferdinand Poggenburg of th Lleder
krans club won thla afternoon from Joseph
Mayer of Philadelphia by 400 to 383. Th
winner was mors than 100 points ahead at
several stages, but th Phlladelphlan gav
another exhibition of uphill work, which
worried th local man during th last
Poggenburg In three innings made run
of 71, &8 and 61. but toward tha finish
was erratic .
AMONG THE LOCAL BOWLERS
Peoplea tr. Win Two an Ai4f
Frlcks Do gam gtant First
Tim for Season
In the Rooster league the Peoples stor
won two out of thre from the Yousem'
Colts. Perkins had high totals with 599
and also high single with 235. For th
Colts Rlc had high totals with 526.
The Mazeppas won two from th Storx
Malts. Stuns rolled high for th Candy
Kid with a S44 total. Durke for th
Malts with 600. Scores:
PEOPLES STORE. '
Independents took two out of thre from
the Pat's Comets on the Metropolitan al
lev. Uillham had high gam of 194 and
high total of 628 for th Independent.
Hanstian. a new recruit on Fat a Comets,
did the heavy stunt for th Comet' high
game of 194 and high total of 618. Score:
1st. 2d Id. Total.
PAT 8 COMETS.
Hart. in 144 159
lialisttan 191 116
Totals 477 40 482 1.4:
Tuesday, February II. Andy's Colts vs.
The Andy Krlck It Son team turned the
tables on the Frsnk's Colts last night on
the Metropolitan alles by tsklng two out
of three gutnrs. This is the flrsl time this
tiauit Inst the Krick team has got two
games. H'eckes of the Colls had the high
singlo game, with 21C, also high on totals
with i-9. Scores;
A. FR1CK A SON.
FRANK a COLTS.
I t oiii.er
I Jam s n .
I iviri, .....
si. Jos nil
Mo . Ken. M ivorge
Ni- tl hs in
or Hie Hiiiialu Lantern Irs ut-
1 1 1 1 1 ,1 ha- un lh
American League Schedule, 1911
Call for Steih'm
and He Will Come
Visit of Wisconsin Candidate for
Coach Will Be Followed by
Choice by Varsity Board.
LINCOLN. Neb;, Feb. 14. (Special.)
When It cam to ratifying tha selection
of C. C. Chtlds of Yale as th choice of
the athletic board for th position of all
year coach at tha University of Nebraska
th student member of th board wer
not prepared to act at th meeting called
for Tuesday morning.
A number called earlier In th day and
requested that th meeting be held later
until the board had tim to examine Into
the qualification of two other men, par
ticularly Ewaid Stelhm of Wisconsin, who
haa been a big favorite with members of
the board. Dr. Clapp acceded to the re
quest so that th meeting which waa to
have been held was laid over. Stelhm
waa telegraphed to, and answered that h
would reach Lincoln Wednesday night to
meet th members of th athletio board
and th member of th faculty.
Although tha desire of some to Investi
gate further 1 taken to mean that cer
tain member are not entirely satisfied
with the choice of Child, this 1 denied
by those on th tnsld of athletics, and
It 1 said that Child can hav th place.
Particularly he -faculty member are in
favor of ttu1 eastern1 'coach,- and,' It la' un
derstood, held a meeting- to talk the altua
tlon over before meeting with th under
graduate and . alumni member of th
board. Thla meeting was secret, and the
result 1 not known.
Stolbm will be entertained in much the
same manner as Cbllda. He will be given
an opportunity to-meet the members of
the athletio board and aome of th mem
ber of th faculty. II will ba tendered a
The choice of th board will undoubtedly
depend upon th visit of Stelhm to the
university. If the student members are
then satisfied with th Investigation, It Is
presumed that Child will be tendered the
position, aa all of th faculty members
hav united on him aa their choice.
At a meeting of th Intarfraternlty ath
letio . board held Tuesday morning the
date of the annual interfraterntty -jneel
wa changed to March 4. Th data had
been previously fixed on this day, but a
social event interfered and th committee
in charge decided to advance It to the
earliest date. February 18. This action
aroused a storm of protest, and at the
meeting Tuesday morning the date wa
definitely fixed a March 1
OMAHA GREAT DANK 19 DEFEATED
Vohl's Vnlcan Fnrnlshrs tarprls at
Madison laisre Garden.
NEW YORK, Feb. 14,-Madlson Squar
Garden wa overcrowded today with dog
and dog lover. Th exhibit of 1.100 dog
waa a record for th country and larger
than th English Kennel club' show at
Crystal Palace, London. The show Is th
thirty-fourth on held yearly by th West
minster Kennel club.
.A surprise of today waa th winning of
th Oreat Dane, Vohl's Vulcan, of th
Vulcan kennels. At recent shows there
had been none in the Great Dan class
to best Hellios von Wurtemberg, owned
by John Buck of Omaha.
In the Pomeranian class Mrs. Steadman
Thorn is of Hamilton, Mass., took high
honors with , her "Endcllffe Raven," win
ning over close competition by Sirs. Will
iam C. Weldershsim of Philadelphia.
Mrs. C. it. Hamilton of Hewlitt, N. J.,
was a winner In two of the best classes
of bull dogs with her Lord Chancellor.
GIBBS AM) DIXON KIUHT A DRAW
Featherweights Go Ten Fast Ron ad
nt Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Fsb. 14.-W1I11
Glbbs of Philadelphia and Tommy Dixon
of Memphis, featherweights, fought ten
fsst rounds to a draw here tonight.
It was the third meeting between th
fighters. Th battle wa fast and filled
w.th alugglng. Llttl visible damage wa
done to either man. liad Olbba fought
clean he probably would have been given
th decision. His infighting was better
than Dixon's, At long rang neither
pugilist had th advantage.
In tha aecond round of a preliminary bout
Eddie Howard of St. Louis caught "Kid '
Allison, a local boy, on lh point of the
jaw and scored a knockout.
Magnate It Appendicitis.
CINCINNATI. Ohio. Keb. 14-Krank C.
I nanrrtiu. tm years oia, uusiness manager
of the Cincinnati base ball club, was op
erated on for appendicitis t.xisv. Han-
. crolt Is one of lh moat widely known
base ball men in th country, having man
1 SKrd several major leagu team Of two
j decades ago He waa In charge of the
1 Irtp of the Philadelphia Athleti. to Cuba
t his w Inter.
l a rlBB rnnahs
Strain and weaken th system and If net
checked may develop Into pneumonia. No
danger of this whn Koley s Hooey anl
t Tar la taken promptly. It is a reliabl
I family Biedl.lo for all coughs and voids.
, sna acta uit my ana siiccmaiy in cases
June 14. IS. 18. 17
June 8. 7. 8, 9
Aug. 7. 8. . 10
Sept. 15, 16, II
July 28. 29. SI
Sept. 23, 2i, 24
June 10, 12. 13
June 1, 2. I. S
July 2ft. 26. 27
Sept. 27, 28, 29, W
Aug. I, I. 4. 6
Sept. 1, 20, 21, 21
June , 7. 8.
July 28. 29, 31
Sept. 23, 26.2
J una 14. 15. 16. 17
Aug. 7. 8. 9. 10
Sept. IS, 19, M
June 1. 2. I. S
July 2ft. ?R, 27
Sept. 27, 28. 29. 80
June 10. 12, 13
Aug. 2. t. 4. 5
Sept. 19, 20. 21, 21
April 25. 26, 27, 28
June 19, 20. 21, 22
Sept. 4, 4, S
April 20. 2t 22, 24
June 23, 24. 26, 27
Sept. 1, 2, I
May 1. 2, 8
July J. 4. 4, S
bept. 11, 12, 13
April 12, 13. 14. 15
May 27. 29. 30. 30
Oct. 6, 6, 7
April 17, 18. 19
Aug. 11, 12, 14, IS
Sept. 6, 7, 8, 8
May 4, S. 6. 8
June 19, 20, 21. 22
Oct. 2. 3. 4
Rule Rowing Club
Directors Elected at Annual
Meeting: of Council Bluffs
It required thre ballots, all secret, to
seleot the thre new director for th
Council Bluffs Rowing association at the
annual meeting held last night in the ball
room of the Grand hotel, Council Bluffs.
At the first, eighty-one votee were cast,
at which Emmet Tlnley received 76, F. F.
Everest 44 and H. H. Van Brunt 81. A
each had to rtcelv more than forty to
get a majority of all th vote cast, th
ballot only resulted In th election of Tin
ley and Everest. An effort was then made
to secure the election of Mr. Van Brunt
by acclamation following an earnest appeal
by Dr. Treynor for strong business men
a members of th governing body, but
It failed by just on vote.
A vlv voce vote wa first taken but
President Tlnley was unable to decld and
requested a rising vote. When those vot
ing against th motion stood up it was
seen that the young members of th club
wer lined up against Mr. Van Brunt.
The boys proved to b too strong numer
ically. A second ballot resulted in Mr. Van
Brunt getting 14 vote and Charles E.
Walter 3. On th third ballot, with S3
votes cast, Mr. Van Brunt received SB and
Mr. Walter 4.
The financial report showed a reduction
of the club's indebtedness to th, extent
of S1.600, leaving tha present Indebtedness
about 17.500. The cash on hand was shown
to ba 122 with an overdraft at the bank.
The unpaid dues, however, will put a com
fortable balance in the treasury. The tim
consumed In th election of the. directors
left little opportunity for general discus
sion, although several project were to be
The new director will elect th officer
for the ensuing year, which will mean that
President Tlnley will continue 'in office.
AUTO STUDENTS AT THE SHOW
Special Car to Bring" Party of Sixty
from l.lneoln School to th
Principal Sam Pennington of the Lincoln
Motor school ha chartered a car on the
Burlington for Tuesday, February 21, and
will bring fifty to sixty of hla automobile
students to th Automobile show on thla
data. They will be the guests of the Baurn
Iron company while her.
Tearney to Flit Drmirrrr.
CHICAGO, Feb. 14. Another move in the
fight of the Waterloo llowa) baseball club
to retain Its membership in the Thre-1
league will b mad tomorrow, when
counsel for Al Tearney, president of th
league, will fll a demurrer to a supple
mental plsa for an Injunction asked by
counsel for th Waterloo club. ,
Bowline Record Mad.
ST. PAUL, MINN., Feb. 14.-What Is said
to be a world tournament record waa
mad tonight by George Vandertuuk of St
Paul In the two-man event of the Inter
national Bowling tournament. Thslr score
?ut them In first place with 1.138, it being
our pins higher than ths record made
by Brmagler brothers of Madison. Wis., at
ins ueirou tournament last year.
Remember la Dint,
Foley' Honey and Tar tor ail cougha and
colds, for croup, bronchitis, hoarseness and
for racking lagrippe cougns. No opiates.
Refuse substitutes. Sold by all druggists.
Till LA DELPHI A
June 1, 2. I 5
July 2ft, 26, 27
Sept. 27, 28, 29, 10
July 4th at Detroit.
Labor Day at Clevefd.
June, 7. 8.1
July 28, 29, tl
Sept. 23, IS. 2
May th at Chicago.
July 4th at Cleveland.
June 10. 12, 13
Aug. 2. 3. 4, I
Sept. 19. 20, 2L 23
May 30 at Cleveland.
Labor Day at St. I.
June 14. 15. 16, 17, 17
Aug. 7, 8. 9
Sept. 16. 16. 18
June 17th at Boston.
May 1. 2, t
July 8. 4. 4, 6
.lulv 4th at Boston.
Iabor Day at Phil.
Oct. 6. . 7
April DO. 21. 22, 24
June 23, 24, 26. 27
Sept. 1, 2
July 4th at New York.
April 25. 26, 27, 28
June 28, 29, 30
Sept. 4, 4, 5
1 3 .Saturdays.
May 3oth at Phlla.
Labor Day at Boston
May 30th at W ashing
Omaha Motor Club
to Organize State
During Show Week Delegates From
Clubs Over Nebraska Are Expected
to Form Body.
A state organisation or the different
motor and automobile clubs Is to be formed
In Omaha next week while the Omaha
Automobile show I In session. The Omaha
Motor club has been working on the mat
ter for some time, and at Its meeting last
night took definite action on the subject,
and next Tuesday morning representatives
of the automobll club of Nebraska will
Although Omaha Is the automobile cen
ter of the state, there are many fairly
large clubs In the different towns. Ths
cities expected to send representatives to
Omaha during show week to Join In the
state association are Lincoln, Grand Island,
Kearney, Beatrice, Nebraska City, Colum
bus and probably two or three of the
Other of th county seats. After the first
organisation la started every club in the
tat will b canvassed to join.
At present the Omaha Motor club Is the L
only club In Nebraska officially In the
American Automobile association, the fa
mous "A. A. A.," and. In view of this fact.
Is entitled to elect the representative for
Nebraska to be a director of the associa
tion. W. D. Hosford of the Omaha Motor
club wa elected at th meeting Monday
nlgb,t and will .represent th state of Ne
braska for the conflnj year1. '-'
Th Omaha 'Motor club will give a din
ner in honor of A. Q. Batchelder, the
chairman of the executive board of the
A. A. A., when he I in Omaha the first
of next, week to attend th Omaha Auto
mobll show. Th officers and directors
of the association will be present at the
Th motor club .will hold a number of
race next summer and Is planning for
them already. Besides some short runs
and tours, It I planning a number of hill -climbing
contests. Th committees for th
year were made up at the laat meeting,
and work of all kinds for the good of the
automobile world In Omaha and Nebraska
will ba taken up. - The following ar the
committee chairmen: Membership, K. R.
Wilson; legislation, Lee Huff; algn boards.
It, E. Doty; publicity, W. L. Huffman;
Family Trade Supplied b
("has. Fitorx, Phones Webstt
1200; Independent U-1201.
Buy a home tomorrow.
Thursday is home day.
You can buy a home at a bargain and
on easy terms on Thursday.
Dealers will givs you their informa
Watch their offers.
Own your ovn home, make the rent money pay fr It.
Hundred of Oraaha people are paying for their homes In monthly In
stallments. Why not you? The real enisle column of Thursday's liee will
b teeming with ctiolca homes advertised for sale on the easy term f lan -a few
hundred dollars down, the balance monthly like rent may t less than you
are now paying- Every extra dollar put Into the home brings jou that much
Buy now while the price and terms are within your reach.
technicalities and racing. Hto V. Nostmna;
runs and tours, K. R. Wilson.
llmndabnrT's Fine Affirmed.
.IF.FKKHfOV t'lT Y. Mo . Koh. 54 -Th
fine of I-. Imposed on UrmiRhtnn Hrliil'ti
burg, the author, by a t. l,fiila rurt. for
kidnaping his stepson, whs affirmed bv ths
snprrms court of Missouri t"ilv. Hrandrn
burg wss arrested In San Francisco, horn
he had taken James 8. t'ahanne 111, ion of
hla wife, lis is out on bond and Is sup
posed to be In New York.
UAP8EN. Ala.. Feb. 14 Cecil (IrenffM.
the lx)ndon hanker, who was recently
elected chairman of the board of director
of the Southern Steel nnd Iron company,
has reaianed his seat In Parliament and
will ivme here to take actlvn chnrge of his
Interests, according to an unofficial an
nouncement riven out here.
Japanese Bndsiet Passed.
TOKIO. Keb. H.Th budget f'r 1311-11
passed the lower houso today. It shows
total receipts estimated at $2i3.5t'Vhno and
total expenditures exactly balancing.
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No ravelings, no cracking.
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