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THE BEE: OJEAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914.
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WOLGAST DEEATS REDMOND
Former Lightweight Champion Cap
GO STOPPED BY THE REFEREE
Conteat Haltert "When atUirnakee
Man Shown to Be Clearly Out
clasaed and Without
Chance to Win.
MILWAUKEE. Wis., Jan. L-Ad Wol
gast of Cadillac, Mich., former llghl
welght champion pugilist, defeated Jack
Redmond, Milwaukee, In flvo rounds of
a ten-round boxing conteat tills after
noon. Referee Harry Btout stopped the con
teat about the- middle of the, fifth round,
when Redmond van clearly shown to bo
outclassed and without any chanco to
The first two rounds were rather tamo,
but WoWlgast from tha beginning of thn
third, had matters hla own way.
Redmond was bleeding from the mouth
In tha fourth round. In tho fifth Wol
Stat drove several hard left jolts to tho
body and a right upporcut to the Jaw,
when the referee stopped the fight.
Eddie McGoorty Wins
in First Round
SYDNEY", X. g. W Jan. l.-Eddle Mc
Goorty, tho American boxer, knocked out
Dave Smith of Australia in a minute
and a hnlf today in the first round of a
twenty-round bout for tho middleweight
champlbnehlp of Australia. The Ameri
can sent his opponent to tho floor thrco
times in rapid succession beforo giving
him tho knockout blow.
This waa McQoortys first fight In
Australia and tho men met at catch
wolghta in tho presence) of 16,000 spectators.
BANDSMAN BLAKE BESTS
LONDON. Jan. l.-Dandaman Blake, tho
ohamplon iJngllsh middleweight pugilist,
defeated "DJxlo Kid," tho American negro
boxer, on points in a twenty-round bout
tonight Ulako Is regarded by follower
of puglllnnt aa the moat likely to regain
England lost heavyweight honors from
the Frenchman, Georges Cnrpeotier. who
recently knocked out rtombordler Wells,
holder ef tha title.
Secretary of Giants
Says Federal League
Will Lose Money
NEW YORK, Jan. t-Rallroad faro will
quickly eat up the capital of tho Federal
league In the opinion of Secretary John
S, Foster of the Giants.
"Tho Jumps la the Federal league will
1m longer than those in tho National
league," asserted Secretary Foster In a
'statement yesterday, "and railroads and
hotel eat up a big part of tho profits, It
coat J1.SO0 to take the New York team to
tK. louts under the arrangement now in
vogue, and Kansas City Is a night's ride
beyond St. Louis, to the Federals can
figure on spending considerable money
for transportation, if they got a num
ber of major league players for whom
they are angling they must expect to
rlrtt only the best hotels as well.
The Giants, always fighting for Uie
lead and with th prentice ot having won
two successive pennants, failed to reollto
anything on their western trips ast boo.
ton. Can you imagine what the Federals
may expect from Chicago and St. Louis
when the Olants could not make money
n tho mi two cities combined. Further
more, tho Giants went through tho month
r September during the last peasant
race, with the team in first place, a
Ban Johnson Starts
For French Liok,Ind,
CHICAGO. Jan. L President B. B.
Johnson and Secretary Uarridge of tha
American league left for French Lick.
Ind., today, where they will moot Barney
Dreyfuss of the Pittsburgh National
league team and Secretary Heydler of
the National leaguo and prepare tho
playing schedules of ISlt for the National
and American league dubs. The work
will take several days.
President Johnson said the American
league season would open April 14 and
probably will close October T. Tho Na
tional league season will open April It and
probably will close about October 6.
OMAHA GIANT KNOCKED
OUT BY LEVINSKY
NEW YORK. Jan. 1 Battling Levin
sky, a light heavyweight of this city,
knocked out Tom Daly, the Omaha giant,
this afternoon In the second round ot
what was to have been a ten-round bout
Levinsky easily outboxed his opponent in
the opening round, when he sent in two
lefts to the stomach. In the second
round ho doubled Day up with a hard
smash to the stomach and tho Omaha
man was out for five minutes. Daly out
weighed Levlnsky by forty-eight pounds.
Persistent Advertising is the Road
BUD ANDERSON KNOCKED OUT
Oregon Fighter Pat to Sleep Second
Time by Leach Cross.
END COMES IN SEVENTH ROUND
Shower of BIott to Jutt
Stomach Canned "Westerner
Fall Helpless Across tlio
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Jan. l.-For the
second time in six months Bud Anderson
of Med ford. Ore., was knocked out to
day by Leach Cross of New York. The
end came In the seventh round, when
Anderson went down for tho third time
under a shower of blows to the Jaw and
stomach and foil helpless across the
ropes. He was out fully flvo minutes.
HARRY BREWER GIVEN THE
DECISION OVER WILLIE FERNS
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 1. Harry
Brewer of Kansas City won a ten
round decision over. Willie Ferns of Kan
sas City here this afternoon after ten
rounds of furious fighting. Tho men are
Pelky Is Knocked
Out by Gunboat in
8AN FIIANCIBCO, Jan. l.-Gunboat
Smith knocked out Arthur Pelky of Can
ada In the fifteenth round of their battle
in the Daly City open arena today. A
right swing flush to the Jaw gavo Polky
his quietus In a fight In which Smith
had tho advantage from tho second
O'Neill Ontpnlnta Harvey.
NEW YORK, Jan. l.-"Sappcr" O'Neill,
tho English lightweight. outpointed
Johnny Harvey of thlB city In a ten
round bout hero today. Young Fox, nlso
of England, proved too clover for Kid
Herman, a bantamweight from Pekln.
111., In another bout which went to the
With the Bowlers
Jetter's Old Age broke the record high
gamo with 1,008; total. 2,916. Fltz ot the
Jabcz Cross broke the thrce-gamo rec
ord with a total of 645.
JETTER'S OLD AOTX
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Cochran 3f7 2f 176 62$
Bland 165 1K5 1M So5
Baehr ................ 215 162 152 623
Gllbreath 222 191 170 690
Zimmerman 190 179 233 fill
Totals VXH 980 927 2.916
iHt. 2d. 3d, Total.
MoCab 138 1SS 190 466
fKcyt Va 191 166 533
Wlloy 170 179 1 2a 7I
Fltz 231 213 201 64!
Cross 189 197 203 631
"Madame," said tho customs official,
"wo will have to confiscate the aigrettes
cn your hat. They are made of feathers
that cannot be Imported."
The lady smiled.
"If they aro feathers," she said, "thev
must have como from the Arabian (lying
horse, because here Is the certificate
tihowlng I purchased them from a. lead
ing Paris manufacturer of horse-hair
Thus does man's Ingenuity continue) to
bafflo tho humane statutes Cleveland
Totals 910 913 887 2,713
untr Cltr I.ennue
Amsden 160 197
"Dudley 182 12
Llndscy 170 144
Teal 1M 160
Hoffman 151 164
'Handicap 20 23
Totals S66 818
Ncedham 177 16S
Wiley 174 15S
Nelson 141 161
Terrell .' 212
Tcils 903 831 9(0 2,643
Abbott 169 150
Radford , 133 218
Purthouso 183 166
Moore loo 153
lAlcuaoe ...,.135 168
Totals Tl 869
.poherty 209 172
Milter -..........., 183 190
Bingo , 133 150
Lee 182 200
iDahmke 175 150
Totals.. . , S61
Lane 4. ..171
S62 804 2,629
Needham 200 193
Wllev lis 159
Norgaard ,...212 212
Rosenberg' 192 219
Terrell V. ....2)$ 167
992 865 2,819
Totals .............948 949 . 969 I.S64
t.lst. 2d. Sd. Total.
Amsden .1 4.1. 142 138 160 460
Totals 787 873 822 2.5U
Doherty 210 169
Miller ., 155 173
Maxe 126 IK
Lee 149 20S
Dahmke 192 155
172 - 510
Totals 832 820 784
Secret of happiness Pass it along.
Give eomo men an inch of rope and
they'll ropo you In.
Blessed is tho man who doesn't give
offense. Also unusual.
Some married men make Ideal com
panions away from home.
A low grade man Judges his friends by
what they are willing to do for him.
,A bright man can learn almost as
much by doing as ho docs by being
When a woman asks a man If he loves
her, sho always knows the answer in
advance. . . .
On tho other hand, a lawyer is mind
ing his own business when he pries Into
that ot other people.
A married woman says tho way to be
happy with a husband is to learn to
be happy without him most of the time.
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troubles Is needless. Electric Bitters Is
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Clearance of Suits. Over
coats and Furnishings
Our third great twice-a-year clearance begins Friday morning, January 2nd, at
8:00 (clock. People are fast learning that Magee & Deemer sales offer gen-
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nine, worth-while bargains and that they merit the confidence of Omaha and Nebraska people. We expect this
sale to be by far the greatest we have ever had. It extends to every department in the store, and especially in cloth
ing will you find the money-saving opportunities decidedly worth while. Discounts of 5 to 3 on practically everything
ABOUT OUR SALES
We invite the closest scrutiny of the character, both of the merchandise offered and of the methods which govern our
sales. Our purpose is clearance only, and not to stimulate business or make profits. The original price ticket,
marked in plain figures, remains on every item so the inexperienced buyer has an equal advantage with the well-posted' one; you can see just where the saving is greatest. There
are no shop-worn or mismated garments in our store everything kept in perfect condition in glass. dust-proof cases. We haven't a dollar's worth of goods bought expressly for
sale purposes only our regular, seasonable, high-grade stocks appear. It is the season's best money-saving opportunity for you, and you'll be best satisfied if you come during
the early days of the sale.
SUITS and OVERCOATS 1sto Vz OFF
FAST DOGS EXHIBITED
AT BIG FAIBBURY MEET
FAIRBURY, Neb., Jan. l.-CSpeclai
Telegram.) Falrburys first coursing
meet was held this afternoon at the ball
saxk. Fairbury, Beatrice, Bruntng and
Washington, Kan., were represented by
fast dogs, giving exhibitions ot their
Speed. The main contest was between 1
Duchess and Flanlgan and resulted in a
decision for the former, Ed Harrison,
owner of Duchess, was awarded a sliver
cup en account of this dog winning tho
greatest number of points in the meet
Monoy-saving, value-getting opportunities which no shrowd buyer
should miss. Our regular, depondnblo stock of high-grade Suits and Ovor
ooats nil tailored to our special ordor, and absolutely freo from goods of
questionable quality bought specially for solo purposes.
It includes our Kensington, Kenmor nnd Fruhnuf Bros. Suits and
Overcoats distinctive in stylo and tailoring, built to fit and to satisfy to a
greater dogroo than most ready-to-w ear apparel. Blue serges, blacks and
dark staplo patterns are inoluded along with tho fanoy fabrics. Tho ovor
coats consist of our ontiro stock, excopt light-woight dress overcoats nil
of our smart fancy choviots and chinchillas in tho most recent styles.
Tho decided reductions mean to you n saving in each instance of froni
one-fifth to one-third off. And "off" moans off from tho regular, original
price, which waa in itself as low as merchandise of equal quality can bo reg
ularly sold for anywhoro.
At one-third off we have placed in separate cabinets, broken lines of
Suit8 nnd Overcoats and full lines of patterns that have not sold well.
Those are from our regular stock and include many of our best made and
most serviceable garments.
Every other suit in tho house, including blues and blacks and tho re
mainder of our overcoat stock will be reduced, ono-fifth. Among the ovor
coats are handsome silk lined kerseys nnd Carr meltons, and many high
grade bluo and gray chinchillas. No bettor coats can be bought anywhere
for tho prices we hnvo been asking for them, but when these are reduced
one-fifth more, a splendid additional saving is secured. Take a look at
Our ontire stock of Men's Trousers that sold at $2.50 to $7.50 are now
discounted one-fifth off, Take a look at them today.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
Hats and Caps
All of our imported Austrian Velour
Hats that sold at $6.50, $7.50 and $10,
now One-third off
All of our English and Italian import
ed Derbies and Soft Hats that sold
at $3.50 to $5, now. . . .One-fourth off
Cloth and Fur Caps that sold a 50o
to $10, now One-fourth off
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at 50c to
Heavy Cotton Union
Suits (ecru) that sold
at $1 to $2, now
noavy Wool Unions
(closed orotch) thnt
sold at' $1.00 to $4.
now One-fifth off
Heavy 2-piece Under,
wear that spld at 50c
to $1.50 a garment,
now ...One-fourth off
Our ontiro stock of handsome neckwear,
including knitted, crocheted or broad
silk four-in-hands, with flowing ends
as attractive a showing of fine cravats
as you could find all in one place any
where nil nre heavily discounted.
Ail 50c Silk Cnavnts at 3 for 51.C0
'A Inrgo assortment of broken lines of
50c Ties 25c
Our entiro stock of higher quality Four-in-hands
that sold at $1, $1.50 nnd up
to $3.50, now One-fourth off
There nre too many splendid offer
ings for enumeration here, but we sub
mit a fow suggestions that illustrate
what you mny expect to find:
All Lined Gloves that sold at $1 to $10,
nqw One-fourth off
All Outing Flannel Pajamas and Night
Itobes 20 per cent off
.Sweaters and Jerseys (except Spal
ding's) One-fifth off
All fancy and full dress vests
ot One-fifth off
Suit caHes and traveling bags One-fifth Off
Heavy flannel shirts with collar attached
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