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Crack Commercial League Team
Defeated, 14 to 11.
FIRST TRIM OF THE SEASON
Cnmi Unnsnnlly Fnut, with Score
Tied In Second llnlf nml Ilnril
Contest to Decide Who
Shall He AVlnncr.
The Fairmont Crenmery basket ball
tpam and the Nebraska Telephone com
pany team, both of the Commercial
leaguo, met In one of the fiercest floor
contests scon on the local Young Men's
Christian association gymnasium this
year. The Kame was not decided until
tho last whistle, ending with tho score of
14 to 11, In favor of tho Nebraska Tele
phone company team.
Captain Welgel of tho Fairmonts and
Captain Nolane and Fellows of the phone
team were the bright lights of the contest
The first half ended with a score of
10 -to S.
When thc second half began, Referee
Ritchie had retired In favor of Leslie
Burkenroad, the high school player. Un
der his guidance, but few fouls were
About the middle of the second half
the Bcore was tied, 10 to 10. The tele
phone boys then got a basket, which
seemed to take tho spirit out of the
creamery boys and they were unable to
get another basket during the game.
A crowd of about 300 basket ball 'fans'
witnessed the game, crowding the gym
nasium to Its fullest capacity. Each side
were well equipped with yells and oheer
leaders, which lent a touch of collego
enthusiasm to tho contest. The large
number of "Hello" girls present vied
with the butter makers In cheering for
their team. The linup:
R.O (C.) Nolan
Goals: Neuby, Hettler, Welgel, Stell,
Nolan (2). Goals from fouls: Hettler (J),
Hutchinson (6), Welgel. Fouls com
mitted: Neuby, Deems (6), Hettler (7),,
Qullan. Welgel (3. Stowell. Nolan (4), Fel
lows. Referee: Richie. Umpire: Burken
load. Timekeeper: Linn.
OF THREE STAR PLAYERS
CHICAGO, Feb. 7. President Charles
W. Murphy of the Chicago National
league team announced that he had In
sured the lives of Manager John J. Ever
and Catchers James Archer and Roster
Bresnahan for $50,000 each for the present
year, or a total of $150,000.
"I do not think I could replace either
of tho three players for $50,000, and as n.
business proposition I decided to Insure
their lives for my own protection," aoid
Remarkable Effects of a Rem
edy That Actually Irri
gates the Entire
' Blood Supply.
It sounds queer to take a blood bath
but that li perci'ily tho effect of a most
remarkaMe remedy knewn as S. 8. S. It
haa th'f pceull r action of noakli,
throui;r the Intestines directly Into the
blood. In fire minutes lto Influence Is at
work m every ancry, voln and tiny capil
lar:'. Kvcry n.cnr.brane, every organ of
the body, cvwy enur.ctory becomes In
effect a filter to strain the blod of Im
purities. The stimulating properties oi
B. B. S. .compel the skin, liver, bowelt.
kidneys, bladder to all work to the ono
end of casting out every Irritating, every
paln-tnfllcting atom of potion; It dislodges
by .Irrigation all acoumulatlonu In the
joints, dissolves acid accretions, renders
them neutral and scatters those "peculiar
formations In the nerve centers that
cause such mystifying and often bafllnc
And best of all, this remarkable rem
edy is welcome to the weakest stcmaoh.
If you have! drugged yourself until your
stomach is nearly paralyred, you will ho
astonished to find that S. S. S. gives no
onnMr.n but goes right to work. This
"i biau.it Is a pure vegetable infi
1 la.kt.n naturally Into your blood lust as
iHira alt la Inhaled naturally Into your
The gret Swift Laboratory haa spent
:nllilu3 of dollars In 'perfecting, produo
it auu placing In the hands of the pub
lic UiW wonderful reniody. So give your
Ulcid a giod bath with S. S. H.. for It
kr.ocka tho worst forms of rheumatism
Y'iu en get It at any drug store at
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recogulted everywhere n thu greatest
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'Chicago Auto Show
Draws Big Crowds
Clarke G. Powell, director of the Omaha
Automobile show has returned from
Chicago, where he attended, for the
eleventh conBecutlvo year, tho Chicago
Tho aliow this year, according to Mr.
Powell, Is larger and better than ever.
On Monday night, he said, tho attendance
was larger than In thc history of any
show ever held anywhere. Ho said if
the present enthusiasm continues there
will have been 300,000 persons attended
the show when It closer Saturday night.
Tho Auditorium at Chicago was not largo
enough to house the show and an addi
tional building was pressod Into use.
Many Omaha people are attending the
Chicago show, says Mr. Powell, but
there are vory few dealers from Omaha
and Nebraska, Where In years gone by
there were as many as flftv and sixty
dealers from Nebraska, there are but
one or two now. Tho dealers, according
to tho Omaha man, are satisfied that
they can get nothing at the Chicago show
which cannot be secured at tho Omaha
show. There are many vory exnenslve
makes of cars at tho Chicago show
which will not be shown In Omaha, but
cars such as aro adapted to the purso
and uses of people of this section of the
country will be exhibited here. Mr.
Powell says there will bo almost as many
makes shown In Omaha as there were In
Chicago. All the accessory dealers at
the Chicago show aro coming to Omaha
with their exhibits.
W0LGAST MATCHED TO
FIGHT JT0MMY MURPHY
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 7.-Ad Wolgast,
former lightweight champion, was today
matched to fight Tommy Murpny of New
York, now In Chicago, on February 22,
taking the place of Joe Mandot of New
Orleans, who was suddenly taken 111
The bout will be scheduled here for
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 7.-Ad Wolgast.
who Is In Portland, denied today he naJ
definitely agreed to fight Tommy Mur
phy in San Francisco February 22. Wol
gast said he had referred the match tn
his manager, Tom Jones, who Is In Chi
cago, and expects to make a definite an
nouncement of his plans within a day or
two. Wolgast said he weighed 134 pounds
and would have no difficulty making tnj
weight on tho 22d.
CHICAGO, Feb. 7. The application of
Orval Overall, former pitcher for tho
Chicago National League club for rein
statement, It was learned here last night,
has been received nt tho headquarters of
the National commission In Cincinnati
Overall refused to report to the club tn
tho spring of 1911, saying that he had
finished with base ball. President Ban
Johnson of the American league and
member of the National commission
would not predict last night what would
be the outcome of Overall's appeal, or
when It would be acted upon.
OWLS BASKET BALL TEAM
WINS TWO DIFFERENT GAMES
The Owls' basket ball team defeated the
Walnut Hill Methodist team by a score of
30 to 4 last night In the basement of the
Walnut Hill church. Tho Owls also won
from the Juniors by a score of 11 to 4.
Local IliMvllnw Toplm.
Wartehow was unable to get started
Tuesday, but finished with two good
games totaling SPG-
Matthes was hitting the wood for a GSG
total this week. Matty has oeen geiung
some big games lately.
The 600 games In the Booster league
thlB week were A. Bowers, 628; Firestone.
C23; Cain. CIS, and Weeks, 607.
The Mazeppas are liable to pull oTf any
thing. They took a winning streak this
week and won all three games.
It foil with a thud. Howell could only
gather together a three game total of
451. look out for Vtl nexi ween.
Jackson couldn't get started in his
league series this week, but took a brace
In the last game and rolled a B88 total.
Charley Rico still gets them once In a
while. Ho started out for a lilg 600 lotal
In the Booster lpague this week, but a
150 game pulled him down to 681.
Tho storz Maits and Brandels' High
balls nulled off a double header this
week. They rolled the'r .egular sched
uled game and a postponed game
The race In the Booster remains the
same. The Popel-Glllcrs and the Clara
Belles such won two. These teams aro
huving a real struggle for the lead In
Ed Nnrsaard waa tired of holding
down the bench for the Popel-GIIIere, so
he purchased his release from that or
ganization and . Joined the Guarantee
Clothing company team where he can
play every week.
The Guarantee Clothing company Is
having a hard time gettlnc out n full
team every week. They only had three
men on deck Tuesday night. Kven Ami-
J stein liimseu nas snown symptoms oi ,wie
yellow fever and Is staying away from
T)ie Clara Belles lost the first game to
the Fred Delfs by the handicap route.
After the scores had been totaled and the
handicap added the Delfs were one pin
to the good. Tho Belles picked up In the
next two gamev, however, and had no
trouble winning. The last game they
rolled 1.0'B, totalln3 2,909.
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Will Fight Murphy
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 7.-L,lttle doubt
remained today that Ad Wolgast, former
lightweight champion, would meet Tommy
Murphy of New York here, February 22,
In a twenty-round bout, taking the place
of Joe Mnnclot of New Orleans, suddenly
Positive announcement that Wolgast
had agreed to tho terms offered was first
made through a misunderstanding at the
office of Promoter Jumea W. Coffroth,
but later corrected to agree with a state
ment from Wolgast that he was consid
ering nn offer of JW.OOO.
For his fight with Willie llltchle. Svhen
he loot the championship, Wolgast re
ceived a guarantee of 112,500. lose or draw.
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 7.-Ad Wolgast.
who Is In Poctland, denied today ho had
definitely agreed to fight Tommy Mur
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phy In San Francisco on February 22.
Wolgast said ho had referred tho match
to his manager, Tom Jones, who Is In
Chicago, and expects to make a definite
announcement of IiIh plans within a day
or two. Wolgast said he weighed 134
pounds and would have no difficulty mak
ing tho weight on the 22d.
DEL HOWARD WILL
SCOUT FOR THE CUBS
CHICAGO. Feb. 7.. Del Howard, one
of tho leading batters In tho Pacific Coast
league, has been engaged as scout for the
Chicago National league club In the far
west, according to an announcement
mndo today. Howard, who formerly win
a member of the Chlcngo Nationals,
stopped over In Chicago today to complete
arrangements for his service as a scout,
on his way from his homo at Kenney,
III., to Sun Francisco.
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George Gion Defeats
John Holden.in Bout
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 7 -GcoiKO (lion
of Lincoln, light-heavy weight wrestlei,
tonight (lofo.ilcil John Holden of Omaha
In straight fulls. Kohh Robinson, proU'Ko
of "Farmer" Hunix, wub defeated by
Owen Dally of llcnkulmuii, Neb., In one
of tho greatest struggles ever wltncoaed
here. After ninety mlnutcH of hard Jug
ging Robinson fell ! heavily on his chin,
rendering til ri i unconscious, and Dully
pinned his shouldem to the mat. Un ac
count of Roblnson'H injury physicians al
vlsed against a continuance of tho bout,
which wan awarded to Dally.
AMES DEDICATES "GYM"
WITH VICTORY OVER DRAKE
A MICH, In., Feb. 7. (Special Telegram.)
Dedicating the mammoth new gymna
sium with a ' victory, Ames defeated
Drake, 3. to 18, this afternoon. Tho gamo
wan not exciting, but It showed up a wide
dlfferetico In uhlllty to negotiate tho hall
on the floor. Lineup:
nisbce R.F.R.F LnnKliur
Rogers t . L. Vi L. F llltigln
l'futid C.'C Colville
Hansell R.tl.'R.G Ionian
llatpol L.GJL.G Denny
Substitutes: Swift for Hlsbee, Millar rot
Rath, Rath Tor Swift, Page for Jordan,
King for HlgglnH, Tapper fur Colville,
M'lcx for Rogers. Field goals: lllsboo
(It. Rogers (1), I'fund (0), Haivnell (3i,
MllcH (1), Millar (1), Lansing (1), Colvlllo
(3i, Page D, King (1). Fouls scored:
Pfund (4). Referee: Ilylaud of Iowa.
PAIR OF SPEEDY LITTLE BOXERS
' Charley li te the fa.it I Uie Chicago
'lghti-.i.bt, who Is in:itihJ to fight Pal
Moore, the Pi.tUUil'ilnu Phuntom. in a
ten round t' n l be s-uged on February
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Drawn for The Bee by Tad
M ?ATH y
I NEW INDOOR RECORDS MADE'
! Kolehnminen, Finnish Runner, Low-1
ers Two Distance Marks.
I BONHAG'S EFFORT IS SURPASSED!
'If I j-Slx-lMtimil Shot Tlirmm Thtii-t-l''tvo
l'Vr( Uy Hmii, llciilltm
ltM-iiril Whli-li linn Stood
MOW YORK. Feb. 7.-1 Unites Koloh
muiiit'ti of Finland, thu Olympic distance
champion, stHitlug from scratch In a
flvo-mllo handicap at the Indoor gumoii
of the lrlsh-Amerlcan Athletic club in
Madison Square garden tonight, mudu an
American Indoor record for thn distance,
u h well as now records for three and one
half miles aud four nnd ono-hnlt mllef.
Knlnhmnlnen'H tlmn for tho five mllo
was 24:4S, 0:11 butter than tho record
lunde by George Holding In l'.03.
At tin cc mid onu-hulf miles ho hud al
ready bettered hy 0:1 the previous refold
of 17:17, and although ho Has Hllshtly
behind thn record figures ut four miles,
he had shot ahead again nt four and
one-half miles, which ho made In 22.it,
or 0:l:iS faster than tho old mark, llotn
these records also had been held hy Uon
hag. A new world's record of 35 feet In put
ting the firty-slx-polmd shot with follow
was inndu by Patrick Ryan of tho lrUh-
Aluerlcan Athletic club. Tho former
lecord, 23 feet 11 Inches, waa made by
William Real at Huston October 4, 18SN.
A special 1,000-yard run was won by
Abel R. Klvlat In 2:17H. Melvlti W. Shop
pard wus second.
N timiiliiu I'luiireti Hriliicrd.
CHICAGO, Feb. 7. Throe world's rec
ords weie beaten hero tonight In tho Con
Irul Amateur Athletic union swimming
races In tho Illinois Athletic club tank.
Pury McGIlUvmy or the Illinois Athletlo
club swain W0 yards III tlilMi, llcntlnj;
C. M. Duululs' worlds rooord of 6:21. A. C.
Ralthol, McGIlllvray's teammate, equalled
thn world's foity-yunl record In two ISl's
of tho 100-ynrd rucn and beat tho worfrii
figures of 0:VJ In his forty yards of thu
Central Amateur Athletlo umon cham
pionship relay, swimming the forty yards
in 0:19 flat.
K. W. McUllllvrny. Terry McGllllvray.
Ralthel nnd W. C. Woodward of tho Illi
nois Athletic club, tyvnm the 160-yaid re
lay In 1:17, now record.
Olympic Champion Michael McPer
mott took tho Central Amateur Athletlo
championship 200-yard breast stroko in
hollow style of 2;il, nearly ten second
behind hU own world'i record. G. S.
Taylor of tho University of Wisconsin
Culls from the Wire
Ice, slow to acciiinuTaie necause or mild
weather, has stopped navigation In tho
Hoth the defense and the prosecution
rested their cases In the trial of officials
of the National Cash Heglstor company.
Arrangements urn rlng mado by the
Mnth cavalry greatiy to strengthen the
Mexican border patrol between Douglas
President-elect Wilson has not yet de
cided what legislation he will recoui'titiid
to the extra session of congress besides
the tui Iff.
Thn lower house of the Washington leg
islature unanimously ratified the piu
posed direct election amendment to the
General Cipriani) Castro, former presi
dent of Vent-EUelu, wus a guest of Gov
ernor Htilzer ut luncheon ut the executive
munition In Albany, N Y.
Trustees of tho Utyal Order of Moose
in L'hlcugo voted to establish a tl.OOO.'JOO
industrial and educational Institution neat
Aurora. Ill , for orphans und poor clill
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Broadcniner of Industrial and Mcr-
cantile Aotivity Continues.
RAILROADS ENJOY PROSPERITY
ItniMirliwit Tnxtllo Trnilr No; Mitch
Hindered li Strike In ('Intuitu'
I ml tint r Fore 1st n Com
incrcc Vnry Iiiirnc.
NKW YORK. Feb. 7.-Dun's Review of
Trade tomorrow will say:
No ImiKirtnnt change has taken place lit
thn buslueiu situation during tne last
week. Tim leading industries and trades
urt still profliwrou.i nnd the undercurrent
of conservatism Unit eltts In some quar
tet n has not retarded to any measurable
extent Uio steady broadening of Industrial
ami melcnntllo activity.
Tho lliilltan situation has caused som
financial stmln nbrond and part of the
huuvy Ktiropeati gold requirements have
been shitted to this side. This. In con
nection with tho demands occasioned by
our Increasing domestic trade, haa Im
parted a slightly firmer tone to tho money
The open winter, while somewhat un
favoiablo tu retail trade, him afforded a
stimulus to various branches of Industry,,
llitlldlng and allied lines, for example,
have ben generally netlvo and the un
usual weather lion added materially to
thc already largo truffle of the railroads,
whoso gross earnings during four weeks
of January Increased 13. per cent. Not
withstanding the strike In the clothing In
dustry, tho Important textile trades urn
prosperous. Recent snow haa improved
winter wheat conditions The record of
foreign commerce continues to e ono or
tho striking features of the business situa
The doctor's hct pre
scription right now is a
warm overcoat. Several
weeks of real winter yet!
A smart new overcoat
or suit (good now and next
year also) should appeal
to you especially at Vz
leas than the original price.
When you want to
economize on clothes look
i(ot for low prices alone,
but for high quality as
well. You'll find both here!
Fur caps and gloves, stiff
and soft hats (except Stet
son's,) imported velours
all now at off. $1.00
shirts at 65c.
MAGEE 8c DEEMER
413 So. 16th.
Clothes Hats Furnishings
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