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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, MARCH. 30. 1912.
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SQUABS LEAD THE SENIORS
Auociation Basket Ball Five Trimi
Creighton, 26 to 21.
TEH POINTS OH HUE THSOWS
Ha Ink its, CeaiBoeea f sh School
' Players, Wl. with Vaae fraai
Escalators t Scare at
h'uabs, 35; CrdgiUcn seniors, a.
The Squabs, with Louie Dodds as
referee, defeated the Creighton seniors
at the Young lien's Chrlatian association
Thursday evening by a score of SI to a.
The hfluaLi made ten of their points on
free throws, ai the seniors were re
peatedly penalised. The game was hard
fought, the Bquabe being in the lead from
the Mart, with the seniors pushing them
hard. For the Squabs Bowman starred
with ten free throws. whUe for the
seniors Torrey end Russura each scored
lour baskets. The game was marred by
wisnKliliK with the referee. Festner.
turner fur the Seniors, had his nose
liovlfen in a collision with Torny of the
in a prehir.lnai y game the Rainbows.
a team composed of Omaha High school
lads, won handily from the Excelsiors
by a score of 31 to U. The lineups:
Ssndheig n.F.IR.K Russum
;Homan L.F. L.F Torrey
I Rowner C.'O Festner
Feltmsn R.O.lR.a O'Connor
tloore, tlavea..LfJ.j L..G Bliss
, Ooals from field: Sandbcrg til. Bow-
, man tt, felt man (1), Russum 4. Torrey
HI. Bliss. Goals from free throw: Bow
msn tlOl, Bliss. Referee. Dodds of
(Omaha High. Scorer: Feltman. Timer:
Irt'uwan R.F. R F HatCh
Kioto L.F. UF J. Moran
Fxatman C. r A. Moran
Craig RU. K G .. Creedon
slelclier I..UILU Ooun
Ooals from field: Floto (3), Kastman
(12), i. Moran. Hazen (31, A. Moran CI.
Ooals from tree throw: Eastman. . A.
Moran. Referee: Bowman of Omaha
Luck Wins Game for ,
Miss Van Ostrand
OHICAiiO. Umk 2 Ward was re.
'Saf'' Dorothy Csmobell of the Hamilton. Ont..
oolf club, British and Canadian Cham -
plon and former American title holder.
was defeated today by Miss Kate Van
Ostrand of the Jefferson Country club
of Watertown. N. Y.. In the semi-final
round of the women's events of the
United North and South Amateur Oolf
On the eighteenth green Miss Van Os
trand'e maahla approach struck the pin
and fell dead to the hole. Miss Camp,
sell's approach was close enough to make
a fire reasonably certain and to ralss the
question of how far Miss Von Ostrand'a
ball would have overrun and whether shs
would have halved or lost the hole as a
In tomorrow's final Miss Van Ostrand
meets Mrs. J. Raymond Price of Oak
mont, who won from her rlubmate, Mrs.
yw. C. Fownes, jr., the wife of the WO
JT national champion. ( and 4.
jf In the consolation. Miss Mary Fownes
,T Of Oakmont made a brilliant play against
Miss Myra B. Helmer of Midlothian, only
to lose the eighteenth and decisive hole
by missing her second shot. Miss Hel
met's opponent tomorrow Is Mrs. Frank
Hayes of Englewood, who defeated Mrs.
J. H. Homer of Oakmont, I up and f
HARRY SYMES OPENS
NEW BILLIARD PARLORS
Harry Byrnes, the well known old
champion ot the cue, baa opened one
of the most striking snd complete bil
liard rooms In this part of the country
st lit snd 315 South Sixteenth street. The
formal opening will be held this
afternoon snd evening, when George Sut
ton, champion of the world, will give
an exhibition of his ability In handling
The billiard room Is large and beauti
fully droo rated, floors, walls and celling
being tiled In Immaculate white. There
are ten billiard tables and four pool
tables, all of the Alexander style, never
before, seen In the wrest
PHILLIES BEAT SENATORS
IN SPITE OF SIX ERRORS
WASHINGTON. March .-The Phila
delphia National league club defeated the
Washington Americsn league club here
today, 7 to t. Score: ,, R.H.E.
Washington t 10 t
Philadelphia 7 4
. Batteries: Cashlon. Walker. Henry and
Alnsmlth; Bet on. Brennan, Schulu. Gra
ham and Kllllfer.
ST.. LOUIS. March 2S.-The 8L Louis
American league base ball squad re
tumedfanight from the training trip at
Montgomery. Ala. Pitcher McQuiilln was
.released to the Burlington, la., tedm.
Hagersaaa lay Caaaw Back. "
"Denver may get back the services of
Casey Hagermaa. who with Buck O'Brien
were responsible for the QrtxxU.ee copping
the Western league rag last seaaoa. Hag
yermaa Is not startling tba world with
J'.-eriy brilliant work at Hot 8prings
11 1 a the Boston Red Sox. and there Is
he may be returned to
a Wains fart.
INDIANA HARBOR, Ind. March 29.
Ianny Goodman defeated Clarence Forbes
In a ten-round fight ten tonight Forbes
was knocked down twice, once In the
seventh round and again In the eighth.
Ooodmaa weighed IM pounds and Forbes
Lewis Defeats Mansfield.
LIVERPOOL. March .-Harry Lews,
II i American welterweight, and Harry
Mentfleld of London fought twenty
ruunds here . tonight - - Lswia wen Uie
itaclalea ou polsuw
With the Bowlers
In the Commercial league the letter's
Gold Tops won three straights from the
La Valdoraa. Zarp had all high honors
of the evening with high single of Mi
and total of 466. The Commercial league
will hold a meeting Sunday at 11:11 a.
m. All captains are requested to be
present- at the alleys. Scores:
Totals til 7 M MM
. JETTER'S GOLD TOPS.
1st. Id. 3d. Total.
Hlnrlchs 1 M 184
Straw 11 , 11 m
Ooldenschwmger .... 1 1" 113
Gllbreath J3 191
Zarp 234 244 1M
Totals M7 Hi tot
4ate CHr Lracae.
OLD STYLE LAGttttS.
R. Johnson 12S
. 1U 417
. M tl
ELKS, NO. 39.
150 - 418
77 149 IM
309 . Ms
173 ' 497
Total :....n M
ALPHA CAMP NO. L
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
...ITS 1U3 311 va
...tM W M Ml
...t6 1" 19! ' tn
...197 141. 177 Ut
...194 187 178 is)
..1,010 tnj tot
WROTH' 8 SPECIALS.
t US 3,449
SLOW TIME MADE SECOND
NIGHT IN ROLLER RACES
MILWAt'KBF. Wis.. March It.-Slow
time marked the second nlgnt s neats
and seml-flnala In the one mile world's
amateur championship roller skating
races st Rlvenrlew rink tonight.
George Rlethmlller of Detroit won the
first best with Stephen Mulroy of Cin
cinnati second. Time I:,
The second heat went to H. W. Colston
of Washington. D. C, with Michael
Kunda of Milwaukee second. Tims.
Emll Elchstedt, Milwaukee, captured
the third heat with Raymond Kelly. St.
Paul, second. Time 1:17.
The semi-final was won by Kunda, with
Kelly second. Time 1:34.
CHANCE RELEASES CHAPMAN
TO TOPEKA WITH AN OPTION
CHICAGO, March Is. Word wsa re
ceived here tonight that Manager. Chance
of the Chicago Nationals had released
Catcher' Chapman to the Topeka club
and InfleJder Orr to the Salt Lake City
club. Orrs release Is unconditional, but
an option Is held, on Chapman.
BANCROFT GIVEN DIVORCE
AFTER SENSATIONAL TRIAL
WLMINGTON, Del., March .-In a
decree declaring the Infant known as
"Max Helbler, Jr.." not the child of John
Bancroft, Jr..- the superior court of New
castle county todsy granted Bancroft a
divorce from Madeline Da Pont Bancroft
The families of the couple are among
the most prominent In the state and the
charges made In connection with the case
were of a sensational nature.
The Infant wanted was made a co
defendant with Mrs. Bancroft by her
husband and! was given the name of Max
Helbler. Jr.. by Bancroft tn bis applica
tion for divorce. -
The husband waa granted custody a
the couple's 4-year-old son.
MORAN PROVES AWKWARD IN
FIGHT WITH TOM KENNEDY
NEW TORK. March 2. Tom Kennedy
of New fork tonight defeated Frank
Moran, the Pittsburgh heavyweight, on
points tn a ten-round boat at the National
Sporting dub. Kennedy weighed In at
191 pounds and Moran at 13&,
Moran was willing and aggressive, bat
snowed no Improvement over his pre
vious appearance here, being very awk
ward and wild. Kennedy showed flashes
of cleverness, but was unusually slow in
Booster Clst at Tapeka.
Dale Gear, manager of the Topeka
club this' year, has got the Kaw town
all worked up over his ball team, and
baa started a booster club which Is get
ting things lined up for the opening
day. The boosters will sell a nnmber of
season tickets for the eiub. Books for
tl bars also been put on the market
Booster buttons are also being sold In
that town, the proceeds of which wiU be
used to hire bands for the big day. .
Bee Want Ads Prodnos Results,
Young- Virginia Outlaw Wanta Food
and Place to Sleep,
Messber of Baa slck Wlset Oa
HllUrllle Ceart Cassea Oat at
Thleketa Haldtag Aloft
HILLSVILLE. Va., March .-Starring
sleepless and fatigued. Claude Swanson
Allen came out of ths laurel thicket In
the Blue Ridge today, pointed two six
shooters toward the sky and gave him
self up to the posse which for nearly two
weeks has hunted him.
Complacent and almost happy he sat
tonight sheltered from a driving storm
In the little brick jail, a stone s throw
from Carroll county court house, where
on March 14 the Allen gang killed th
Judge,, the prosecutor, the sheriff,
Juror and a bystander.
In the presence of a detective young
Allen described his own part tn the
courthouse tragedy, admitted that hs had
seen Sldna- Allen shoot, and he himself
had aimed for Clerk. Goad's hesd four
times. He told a graphic story . of the
"I don't know who started the shoot,
lng." said Allen. "After It began 1 shot
four tunes at Clark Goad and aimed at
his bead, every time. I saw. Uncle Sldna
shoot at somebody, but don't know who.
When tho snooting In the courthouse was
over I want outside and saw Uncle Sldna
on tho ground shooting at Goad, so I
shot OA him, too. My brother, Victor,
called to mo to atop, but I had shot all
my cartridges. Then we all went away."
All day tba posses, divided Into small
numbers, had been following a trail
thought to be that of Wesley Edwards, a
nephew of the Aliens.
Claude Allen, the son of Floyd Allen,
who was ths cause of the oourt house
shoot lng, had been given up as having
escaped. Detective Lucas and four men
wars working toward Floyd Allen's
house, when twenty-fire yards or sa off
the Mount Airy road figure creeping
stealthily through tho undergrowth waa
dimly seen through tha mist which over
hung the mountain slope. Close behind
Lucas, the other men brought their rifles
to their shoulders when.- to their sur
prise, Allen stepped out Into the road,
his hands upraised, a pistol In each.
"I'm glad to get a chancs to coma In. '
he said. "I hava not slept tn a bed since
the shooting; I'm hungry."
in Mrs. Cudahy Home
Found to Be Insane
LOS ANGELES. Cat., March !4 -Morris
J. Condory, reputed heir to an estate
In Denmark worth 18,000,000, . who has
been on trial hers charged with attempted
burglary at tha home of Mrs. Jack
Cudahy, was found to be of unsound mind
in ths superior court today.
Ha waa turned over to tho custody of
his father, Prof. V. Condory of San
Frandsoo, who said ho would place his
son In a sanitarium.
Evidence adduced at today's hearing did
not strongly connect Condory with - the
alleged attempt at burglary. .
The overcoat found by Mrs. Cudahy
after the midnight visitor hsd left her
home waa proved not to hava been Con-
Mrs. Cudahy was tba first witness. She
related her experiences with an Intruder
at her home who pursued her out of her
house and told of a call she received later
from Condory after he bad written to
her that ha would go to sea her. She
then Identified Condory. '
Aged Iowa Woman
Burns Self Fatally
FORT DODGE, la, March . -(Special
Telegram.) Mrs. J. R. Jones, ,0 years of
sgs, lata this slternoon burned herself
fatally when paper taper aha lighted
to kindle a fire Ignited her ootton cloth
ing. She Ilea at a local hospital with
two-thirds of her body horribly burned.
but has been conscious ever since the
accident She will Hve but a few hours.
Mrs. Jones waa alone in her home and
fainting and VeebLe she could not help
herself. Passersby seeing the flames
rushed Inside. Mr. and Mrs. Jones cele
brated their fiftieth wedding anniversary
recently, with nme children attending.
SECOND MAN DIES AS RESULT
OF DUEL IN OAKLAND CHURCH
LOS ANOELES. Cal, March B
Bnow. who waa slashed with a rasor and
shot last night In a duel with Adolph
Goldman In the First Congregational
church In this city, died today.
In tha fight Goldman was killed by a
bullet front Snow's revolver.
- Friends of Snow, who wsa a former
mayor of Oakland, declared today that
the feud between tha two men resulted
from Snow's refusal to permit Goldman
to pay court to bis daughter. Goldman
had Just served a five-year term in Saa
Quentla penitentiary for attempting to
muraor Snow la IPN,
SH0T AT CXEEKI I
Athlete from Pekin
Wants Place on
NEW TORK. March J9.-Jsmes E.8ul
Uvan, secretary of the Olympic games
committee, hss received an application
tor a place on ths team from an athlete
In Pekin, III., who modestly claims a
place In five events ths 440 and Wu-yard
runs, the Marathon, the running broad
Jump and tha hop, step and Jump. Tha
"unknown" asserts la his letter that hs
kaa recently done the 449 In 41 seconds
and the 840 tn fairly good time. The
world's record for the 44 at present Is
held by Maxsy Long of the New York
Athletic club with a mark of 17 seconds.
Mel Sheppard. the Olympic champion
at 109 meters. Is going to Kansas Cltr
next week to take -part In a race there.
and will atop off at Pekin to see what
the unknown wonder Is like.
Fourth Game to Roudil
PARIS, March 9j.-rerdlnand Poggen
burg, tha American amateur champion
bllllardlat, today lost his fourth game In
tha billiard tournament for the amateur
championship of ths world. He was dp
feated by Roudll of France, 40 to 217.
Poggenburg't best run m today's gam;
was 78. His recent run of 149 stands as
the beat made an far In the tournament
Mortier of France Jeads In the contest
with five games won and ons lost. Artui
and Darantlsre, both of Franca, are tn
second and third places, respectively.
Poggenburg Is now In eighth place with
two games won and four lost.
BEATRICE BASE BALL
CLUB FORMS ORGANIZATION
BEATRICE. Neb., March 2. (Special)
A permanent organisation of the Bea
trice base ball club waa perfected Thura
usy nigni, wnen tness officers were
elected: R. R. Kyd, president; J. T.
Harden, vice president; Mortis Fresh'
man, secretary; Harry Dole, treasurer;
Dr. O. H. Brash, Dr. W. M. Thomas, and
E. B, Bigler, directors. M. N. Barnes
waa sleeted aa a delegats to rspras
Beatrice at the meeting of tho directors
of the Mink league at Auburn Friday.
With tha Shenandoah, la, franchise.
this city will seours all of tha players
with the privilege of releasing them If
they are not satisfactory.
lawa Kiwi Natea,
TBAPER The semi-annual meeting of
the Gnnneil Association of Congrega
tional cnurchea and Ministers Is to be
neia here April I sna J. Rev. Frank
Oonsales of Traer will be the moderator.
OLENWOOD-Garden Hays of Red
Oak, representative In the legislature
from Montgomery county, Is a candidate
for district delegate to the Baltimore
convention. He Is for Wilson, but will
carry out tns wisnes or me convention.
CRESTON'-A bank note for ten.
dereu by a Crest on man In payment for
a Dill or groceries In tills city yesterday.
wss refused by the store casnler becaune
the bill did not contain the ala-naturea
of the president and cashier of the Texas
nana irom wnicn it waa issued.
LOGAN The marriage or Miss Helen
nunc ana n. n. reterson or Lyons,
Neb., was solemnised here yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock at the home of the
ortdea parents, sr. a no airs. T. A
Masele of Logan, Rev. J. T. Baker of
the Presbyterian church of Logan read
ine marnags lines.
OI.ENWOOD-am M. Est, ana of
tiienwooa s most popular young men.
Irving on a farm three miles southwest
of the city, Is In Mercy hospital in
Council Bluffs, where he underwent sn
operation for an Intestinal diseeee. He
hss only been ailing a week. Reports
irom toe aospuai are aiscouraging.
PRESTON News of the wedding of
Miss Georgia Barnes of nanta Anna.
Cal, to Saaviel H. Bradley, a well known
broker or Loe Angeles, naa been received
here by friends, alias Barnes is tha only
aaugnter oi ur. it. w. n. Karnes, for
merly of this city and Macksburg. For
the Isat five or six years the family has
lived In Santa Anna.
CORYDON Mrs. Ltxsis Settle, a widow
(7 years of age. Is dead at her home
here as the result of burns, but Just bow
tbey were received Is not known. Neigh
bors heard her scream snd on running
to the house they found her lying In
the snow, her clothing In flames and
almost burned off. She died In a few
hours without regaining consciousness.
CRESTON-Mlas Marie McDonald and
Bert C. Haynee, traveling representative
for an Implement house, were married at
the home of the bride's parents here
yesterday morning- The brUe Is tha only
daughter of Engineer and Mrs. J. w.
McDonald of this city and the groom la
the son of Mr. and Mrs. w. p. Haynee
of Council Bluffs. They will make their
home in thla city.
LOGAN By the generous one of dyna
mite an Ice gorge ever LOOS feet lone
formed sgslnst tike Illinois Central bridge
north of Logan wsa dislodged and mi
down the Boyer liver Tuesday afternoon.
The bridge, however, was damaged and
moved out of alignment A second gorgs
of Ice came down yesterday afternoon
and the bridge was. according to reports,
sprung out of alignment but the gorgs
wss flnslly dislodged. Men have been
oiaced st the bridge, ss other norma ar
expected. The Boyer river is running
bank run ana some places reported out
ef its beaks.
Council Bluffs j
! ; . I
Urged for Bluffs
W. S. Greenlraf of Omaha will meet
the executive committee .At the Commer
cial club today and explain hta plans for
establishing a large sulphur refinery at
this point to hsndle the crude products
from the mines located near Cody. Wyo,
Mr. Greenlraf represents tha American
Sulphur Mining and Refining company,
which owns the valuable depoatt It la
necessary to locate the refinery on Bur
lington trackage for the reason that ths
mines ars on the Burlington's Black Hills
lines. It Is also desirable to hava the
works situated aa near aa posxlble to the
Omaha wholesale district, snd It Is for
this purpose of selecting soms of the
available Bites In the western part of
the city that the services of ths Com
mercial club are to be called for,
Mr, Oreenleaf showed samplea of natlvi
sulphur that assay better than 97 pet
osnt purs sulphur In combination with
barely a trace of arsenlo and sodium as
tha other chlsf element, simplifying and
cheapening the refining process to ths
minimum. In addition to the rich sul
phur deposits the company haa huge
deposit of native alumn that only re
quires dissolving and crystallaatlon to
purify It If ths refining plsnt Is es
tablished hare It will undoubtedly be
come one of ths Isrgest enterprises In tho
We havz ft cm
Custom fiat lasts,
low 'broad heels
Also the short
high toes All wirh
comfort features for
of men in every
A Cmplcit Savwitf at $10t
Kingman Shoe Co.
315 So. 16th St.
FRIENDS OF ATKINSON
PROVIDE FOR BURIAL
The funeral of Jamea P. Atkinson waa
held yesterday afternoon at S o'clock
from Cutlef chapel. He was buried In
Felrview cemetery. Many, friends from
the Stale hotel attended the funeral. Ths
pall bearers were Hershel Petty. Harley
Morris. Harry Worden and James Camp
From the Rest
Tho more "George
Brooks' suits in the
Enster Parade, the bigger '
the -"ad" for "George"
THAT'S the reason I am
working overtime to get
you INTO this store before
you give some other,
clothier your size. Take
my $20 "Society Brands
take my own personally
vouched for and person
Ally labeled $20 Buits; $20
wouldn't touch 'em else
where. (See Window 1.)
f For Suit
f II that look
I II as though
LJr you've paid
The Easter HatEaster Shirt, Etc.
"It's Better Bought From Brooks"
Tou cannot hare an "Raster" with only a nsw suit: you've got te
Ret a new hat, too. I make matters easy for you with my " Brooks'
pedal", stiff and soft hats at M "KnappFelle" at 4.0e and
Kngllsh Cloth Hals (nVotfnrd's) at J 00. And shirts But tuen
you had better see ths windows. . .
Saturday, and Saturday only, t
offer SO-lnch length, lH-lnch width
Milk "Barathea" four-ln-hand ties at
afo each. Plain colore and fringed
ends. And mind you, they NEVER
sell at lass than too each.
S. E. CORNER OF 16TH
Ground Floor City
Harry Symes Announces the Formal Opening of Els
To Take Place
313-315 South Sixteenth Street
(la batldlog formerly occupied by Hansen 'g restaurant)
EXHIBITIONS BT EXPERT KILLIARMBTS OX
OPENING RIGHT, Including Goroge Huttoa, eham
ptoa erf tho world both afternoon and erening.
Tliesa bow billiard parlors hare tha finest equipment tn the
country. Alexander tables throughout and cTery convenience for
patrons. Don't forget the data.
HARRY SYilES, Proprietor
bell. Rev. Henry DeLong conducted tha
funeral services. When Mr. and Mrs.
Meek of the State hotel found that
Coroner Cutler had not heard from relae
tlvea of Mr. Atkinson they decided to
raise funds by subscription and as
The hey tu success la business Is ths
persistent and Judicious uss of newspapet
Suits I Sell
of the Crowd
AND HARNEY STREETS
National Bank Bid;.
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