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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1914.
NATIONAL MAKES SCHEDULE
. Big League Will Open Season April
14 and Close Oetobcr 7.
ONLY POUR CONFLICTING .DATES
Wmtrrn Cltttm llnvr Slight Ativan,
tngr In t)ic Dlnlrlltntlim of
Holiday nnd Snndnr
SKW YOHK. Feb. W.-The 1914 playlnB
e hcdule of the .Kntlonal league as an
nounced here tonight. followlnR the an
nual meeting of. the nehedule committee,
calls for tho opening of the season on
Tuesday, April 14, and the final same on
October 7. According to a notlco accom
panying the schedule no changes shall
be mada that will conflict with tho
American; league playing dates, nnd
tio'iblo-hcaders shall not bo scheduled for
conflicting dates except by the consent
of President, Johnson of the American
league. An exception '. to this ruling is
made on tho final trip of tho season, to
Jx? excreted only in the case of absolute,
necessity. Thero aro but four, conflict
ing dates, however, all of which, occur In
Chicago, these being May 10. 21, July S
nnd September 13.
In the distribution of homo holiday
nnd Saturday dates, these schedule plums
are about evenly apportioned, although
' tho western clubs have a nllght advan
, tago over their eastern rivals. Ittts
burgh draws fifteen Saturdays and three
holiday dates: Chicago, fourteen Sun
days, eleven Saturdays ind'two liftHdays'
Ht Louis, secures, eleven Sundays, ten
Saturdays and ono holiday, and Cin
cinnati has fifteen Sundays and ten Bat
udays. In the coat Jioaton has thirteen
Saturdays and hreti holiday dates; Phil
adelphia thirteen Saturdays and two hol
idays; New York 'and )5rooll)n share
alike, earn being allotted fourteen 'Sat
urdays and one holiday.
The road schedule shows that Cin
cinnati bos fifteen Saturdays, Xna Sun
days and threo holidays! Chicago four
'teen Saturdays, three, Sundays and two
holidays; BU Louis, flftecn 'Saturdayst, six
Sundays and two iholldays Now York,
eleven Saturdays, fJVo Sundays and, two
holidays; llrboMlyn reielves a similar
share, PitttfoiJfsh, t'yrt Sundays and ten
Saturdays, and Piilltd'elphla twetyo Sat
urdays, flv Sundays ond one holiday.
Feds Capture Eight
More Big Leaguers
CHICAGO, Feb. 30,-Eleht additions to
tho ranks of Federal leaguo players were
announced today hy Joseph Tinker, man
ager of tho Chicago club of tho new
Ifo names of the recruits -voro given,
hut It was said by 'the loanagcr that two
of the octctto wcobIg league players
and the remaining six ivcro from tho
American nssoctatlon. ' j
Manager JJrudlcy of the.. Toronto club
and Irry Schlaflyn, manager of tho
Iluffnlo Federal club, woio In consulta
tion with Tinker before tho announcement
Prairie Park Whist
Members of tho Prairie TttiV AVhUt clul
playing Individual duplicate whist, made
the fo)lowlng scores Monday- evening;
TAHI.EB ONli AND TWO.
viNNBii8. . ixai;ns.
rtoB ., 4
Dorst , , 2,
Jjucko , a
TA1U,K8 T1II11213 AND FOUIt.
McCnnn ...,,, 7
Official National League Schedule for Season of 1914
. . "
1 : i
. n.'.ni. 'p. m.
A p. JS.X',30, Myl.
a. in. p. m.
June 1.30. July 1,3.
a. m. p. m.
July SO.Sl.Aug. 1,3.
Juno 17 with Chi.
July 4 with. Ilrpolc.
Labor Uuy, N. Y.
Conflicts: At Chicago (4)-Moy 10, SI; July 6; September 12.
AT AT AT AT AT AT AT
imOOKLYN. NEW YOItK. PHILADELPHIA P1TT8UUHOII. CINClrtNAL CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. ABROAD.
I1.?-!? WH17' .aV IlMU April W H'-W'- Mt,y .M45,tt. May 21.2iM,24. May 25.36,27. Sundays, 4.
June 1.2,3,4. Aug. 1I.14.1C. a. m. p. m. July 0,1 S.Sj. JUIyl6.17.lS.19. July .9.10.11. July 12.13,14,13. Saturdays. 12.
Oet, 5,6,7. Sept 30,Oct.l,2,3. May (30n. Aug. S,il,2i Aug. 17,18.19. Aug. .4,2.M. Aug. 2724 29,30. Dec. day at Phlla.
---.-A- Jfty 4'6V . . - Juno My 23,26,27. . May 21,22,23.24. May 13,14,15,1. May 17,15,19,30. Sundays B.
SCORES June 3.3Mul. l,i n. in. p. m. July 13.14.1S.16. July S.S.W.IL July 17,119 July 20,2i,22.a. Saturday 11
Sept. 9,10.11. Sept. (7,7),. Aug, 26,27,28,29. Aug. U,itl.. Aug. 17,W,19.20. Aug. Slfe jSly 4 at Boston.
Sept. BQ,Octl. , Labor day at Phlla.
April 18,20,21,22. April 1U5.16,17, 'May lUUS.ld. May 17,18,19,20. May 23.26,27. May 21,22.23.21. Sundays, 5.
Mv V7vam 0r iun. J'Ji iuy 7l7l8;A W .21.22,23. July 12,13.14,15. July K.9.10.U. Saturday". 11.
Sent. 3' SCPU 12,U'15- Autf- 17'18'19-31' Aug. 11.22,23. Aug. 27,ft!.2y,30. Aug. fl.lS.26. Dec. day at llrook.
' ' ' ' I.abor day tit Bos'n.
Ap' ?!!!0'May J- April 23,21,25,27. May 21,22,23,28. May 25,26,27. May 17,18,19.20. Vav 1314 1516. Rnnrtnv, k
AUg013:15. JulvMl'e W- 1X33813 i""? 5?!"'M- MY J$ &U9. iafurds?-12.
Octfli Ort.l$ Aug. 2i,,.. Aug. 27,28,29,30. Aug. 21.22.23. Aug. 17.18,19. July at N. Y.
June 19,20,2223. Juno 15,16,17,18. June 5.C.S.9. Anrll mi9n21 Anrii "r. "7"m aii i m p
a,u s32a- ss? - Si . SV-
Oct- i5- Sept. 5,6,13. '
Sept.19 Zl.22. Sept. 16.W.18. Sepl W. , ' P, m. 'tt p. m. ftft it stu'is.
' ct' 1'z"x Sept. q.7), 8. July 3(4,4), 6. Labor dny at Clil.
ag gar e8& gjr &w -sr bk.
: Sept. 9,10,11.12. Oct- 22.214.171.124. July 4 at Pittsburgh
Sept. 26.28,2a. , Sept. 23,24.25. gcpl I9.2i.22f- " VI p m. fefu.l.X3.14. 7$?' X"cUl
sept. (7.7). 8. Labor day at Pitts.
SEf W'th 1W SrfeS'4on. ttNft Cln. Sunday, 1, IS&.V $2S&. 7
New Yorl., dclphla. Labor ray. Urook. July 4 w.th Chicago Saturdays, 10. Dec. day with SLL. jSly 4 with Cln.
Labor, day. St. L. Labor day, Cln.
Hcycr 176 191 1C7 i3l
Totals $34 790 812 2,445.
1st. 2d. 3dTotal.
i, !Vr?.?.k 182 120 s "
Mcutlllllan ..' . ..itn ir 111 m
Harkins M..j iro jn 113 aw
ltlllen KB 115 167 317
'"OK , 1M 15S 152 4731
Totalo iv....S2S 721 714 2.2C5
?,an 202- 1S9 20C 596
, "01 173 215 689 1
w. uuiuiBon 167 iffi iso 1,22
171 179 193 549
0ro" 167 143 ISO 490
TotnI" m 849 979 2jt46
cortEY & Mckenzie.
Thnmn. 'J' M M- Total.
i"0"'0 190 225 171 60
A. Bowers it-, :ic , :2 m
ah,rTl', 195 157 212 663
C. Jdhnsou IBS 201 217 616
Totals i7l 967 983 2803
Nlnnilard Oil I,rnKac.
MICA AXLE Oil EASE.
Hagcrtnan tin V ... W
vrhy iff j
Tot 407 S93 492 1,202
. lt. 2d. 3d. Total.
Uourr. in U3 isr, 426
fchpnk ji2 112
Jo Ifonson .......... 102 us 176 416
Moore 148 166 ... 304
Totals 377 437 4U Tas
POIniNE AUTO OIL.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
JVI1B 1 129 135 403
Ilnrman , 132 142 130 42
"-O'n ; 161 1?J 203 545
Total 452 450 470 1,372
hU. 2d. 3d. Total.
ft,-.l 170 "I 3
J1UHOBII7IIO i 159 123 437
Jne 148 134 147 427
Totals 436 440 410 U3fl
, BESEL1N TRADE MARKS,
' lt. 2d. 3d. Total.
Chandler 155 161 159 475
""l ? .10) 186 170 fiH
Beseim 16C 170 iso m
..v..w.. .v, JW n
Total. ...iml gjS m
Maba- & f& otah
nt JO 1U M4 tu
TolftlB m 786 60 1,554
JETTER'S OLD AGE.
. lt. 33. 3d. Total.
gachr 184 224 ISO 688
g and ,.170 175 183 at
Gllbrcnth 20) 200 172 672
Zimmerman ..153 177 183 613
Zmrp ,...213 213 100 613
Totals 920 989 914 Ta5
,, lt. 2J. 3d. Total.
P"en 157 ISO 136 4J3
Mlexel 193 13d .. 3J0
PJlhani 190 132 178 500
Knlck 174 174
Cumlnra 147 242 185 674
Angelsberg ,..101 m 183 548
Totals 881 SCI 856 -iios
On Metropolitan alleys:
FRANK'S KANDY KIDS.
1st. 20. 3d. Total.
J'"1 213 15G 186 f&i
JIUKh 1 191 169 147 507
Fugerberg 1S4 189 191 567
JOlson 168 153 176 499
Peterson ." 157 195 173 J25
1! Totals 913 864 876 SjeM
11 . .3J- M- Tot"11-
"Oh 105 151 177 433
lack 162 135 2-J0 547
George , .138 igg k t(x
llu .....18 185 193 562
J. C. 180 178 223 587
lOtaiS 763 815 BS3 S.M9
Fairmont Creamery- Leasne.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Nelson 117 107 164 378
Oejmtr 153 1S5 147 455
Savago 99 103 142 346
Jenen 171 146 123 445
Gibson 153 179 143 477
Totals 105. 672 715 Tow
BETTER BUTTER. '
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
U?UF 178 1 490
Chrlstenson ico 193 164 519
i'u" an m J32 33J
IJiRvernoK. i 143 J23
Bertwell 125 166 181 462
TOWS 1 .y. 730 757 742 2,229
-.. . , J: 21- M. Total
liianu j.. zw ik 69 518
Snyder 127 100 143 379
V.... " aJ 118 lis 37
miller izi US 171 428
xiuicuiuu m rjv IS2 527
'i-otaia W3 711 833 2,237
. . lt. 2d. 3d. Total.
Smith 1M ' 147 12:1 436
wcikci 1H 171 136 4S0
iiuuiiiiun iw. IUH 40 417
Bcrgcr 139 119 124 382
McCoy 115 120 510 445
Totals 733 663 753 260
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Railway Mail Olerk
Beats Banker Wilde
NORFOLKv Neb., Feb. 10. (Special Tel
egram.) A recount today of tho .Norfolk
postofflce election ballots changed the
result. Andrew G. Nelson, a railway
mall clerk, received 451 votes, against 449
for Carl "Wilde, a banker, according to
today's revision. Tho first count Satur
day gave each 430.
SUES FOR ADVERTISING
CHATTANOOGA, Tcnn., Feb, 10,-Be-
eauso of the cancellation of an engage
ment in Birmingham, Ala., February 4,
occasioned by Madame Nclllo Mclba's
Dhyalclan ordering her to rest a week
In New Orleans, Mrs. Charles J. Sharpe,
representing the Music Stiidy club of
Birmingham, Instituted attachment pro
ceedings here today against Madame
Melb-i and' members of her company. Sho
seckii to recover (630 said to have been
spent for advertising the proposed concert.
EYERS WON'TRUN THE CUBS
His Place to Be Taken by Henry
0 'Day, it is. Asserted.
OUSTED MANAGES MAY JOIN FED
Difference- Bet ten lllm anil Muo
. lliy Have Existed Since Middle
of I.nst Season Will Lcare
11 Ik- Hole at Second.
CHICAGO. Fob. lQ.-Johnny Evers 1U
not be manager of tho Chicago National
leaguo club this year, according to n.
statemont given out In Charles W..
Murphy's offlco here today. It was said
that Evers will bo succeeded by Henry
O'Day, umpire and former manager of
the Cincinnati club.
Murphy's statement boro a $ew Tork
date line, but evidently was written In
tho Cub offlco hero and "released" early
this evening In a telegram which Murphy '
sent to Secretary Thomas. Tho state
ment gave no reason for tho change In
managers, other than saying that O'Day?
had made a good showing with tho Cin
cinnati club In 1912.
Differences between Murphy and Evers
have existed since tho nilddlo of lost
Tho loss of tho city scries to the White
Sox last fail was blumed on Evers by
Murphy, who thought good base ball
judgment on the part of the Cubs' man
ager would have given them the win
Illnmed Krcra for Loin,
That Murphy made up his mind some
time ago to mako a chango In leader
ship Is believed by certain persons close. '
to base ball nf fairs hero. They think
that Joo Tinker was decided upon as
leader by Murphy If he could have per
suaded Garry Herrmann and the rest
of the Cincinnati club directors to glvo
him tho shortstop Instead of Brooklyn.
Although Evers la out as manager, ha
was not released from the club so far as
In known, but his friends here aro divided '
cn tho question of whether or not he will
continue to play ball with tho Cubs. It
Is said that Evers -would be willing to
Join the Federal league, should It offef
sufficient inducements. '
Evers' absence from tho Cub lino up
would make a rather serious hole at sec
ond base it was argued, since Al Bride
well, shortstop has Jumped to the Fed '
erals. Murphy has, however, a number
of good young tnficldcrs.
O'Day actually began -work 'as ma"n'
ager for the' Cubs last month, -when he
signed Jimmy Johnstone, the outfielder,
who was holding out over a difference
O'Day began his base ball career as ti '
pitcher, and later became ono of the fore
most umpires', art authority on .the rules
and a strict disciplinarian. In 1912 he suc
ceeded Clark Griffith as manager of Cin
cinnati, but after a brilliant start his
team fell back and he quit at the end of
tho year, resuming his. old position ns
Evers has been with tho Cubs about
twelve years. Ho was a main cog in tho '
old Cub machine, in which the doublo
play "Tinker to Evers to Chance" be- '
came famous, and was known as an ad
vanced student of "lnsido ball." '
IIW"BBM"IBW,II,IMMMW'BIIMMMMIW 1 :
. . : . as
v ... ........ 1! . m
"YANK" BROWN, ONCE
OF OMAHA CLUB, DIES
SIOUX CITY, Ia Feb. "W.-'fank"
SIrown. o, baso ball pitcher of. national
deputation, died' In a. local hospital hare
tonight nf a complication of dlieaso,
;j3rowa, about ton.yeara ago was a pltohor
fwlth tjhe Omaha; Western league club, lt
km drafted by the' Bt. Louis National.
5Ie afterwards pitched for the PhllaiM.
jphla ahl Boston Natioaals. lis was with
,Toronlo Jast season. He leaves a wife
und &'$ months' old baby. They live at
WESTERN POUNDS SWANT0N
' ' QUINTET INTO GROUND
' WEWBRN, Neb., Feb .i.9.- Special,)
Wetern llfgkrchool dfted Hwantort
JHIgh itchool here' Saturday night "by tha
core w 1, following u the iinUp
1. n VIAI.nV- 11H
Behcet; (C.) C.
Field goals: Soheel (IS), Stevens U4).
tLewUijU), Brown (6); Rhynalds (1), Caldi
-wen i- reo uirows; mevens joua
pon (5, Officials; Hill and StaUy.
Semt-Pro Signed by Yanks,
NEAV TORK. Feb. .-John Sullivan, a
. mlrAMfilntiiil mmiA Km - u m
aigned by the New York American league.!
ciud tooa y. euiuvan nas piayea in tho
City league In Buffalo for several ysars,
Last year his batting average was .400,
With the Bowlers
Knights of Columbus League,
MAGEE & DEEMER
jvjng ................ .iu ion
It. J. Bourgeois..... .15i lit
If. Bourgeois 167 - 157
Welch 139 136
Ortman ..1(0 137
Totals .tli 730
HANLEY & MACE CO.
Cunningham ICQ 155
Morton 1K 1ST
C Hanley , 169 140 1U 4!
Qavln 13S 163. lS 41
T. Hanlev 144 1B1 1SJ 44
Handicap 55 65 li Va
TotU ."So 851, SSI 4
1 . . tTM.til
MeAndrowa , ill iss m &A
3. Leafy 146 131 , 114 fOi
Boler i ,,M,..,114 1ST 171 yfi
ftraw , m - 109 IB pk
Cobry 103 207 JS7 WA
Totals .,O0S 737 TO -i.OJl
PUIUTAN LAUNDItV. 'I
1st. M. It.
X Johnston ...lil 1T1 ra
-Xecfe .....,,. .163 us if
M-ber' 131 1 1U
Kennedy iso l ici
2U-tbt Mi 111),. US
Totals .7 5 5M
jarjiKn" dxo xr.
3. Bo4m- . - .-14" 131 l(7i
nugerifXi --, 1(3 191 1
JS. luuy IS) 140 1st
ttf,.-,.j..;'ias tsj va
AU Winter Overcoats JPrfcC AH Winter Suits
Reincorporation and Determination to Reduce Stock
to- a Minimum Compel Us to Make These Radical Reductions
For 15 yfears Mr. E. E.IVIagQe, Mr. O. N. Magee and Mr. R. & Deemer
hare been operating Clothing Stores in Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas. For
the past 12 years we have been doing a Clothing and Furnishings Goods
Business in Lincoln and have a State wide reputation for handling Mer
chandise of superior merit. A year and a half ago we opened an exclusive
Clothes Shop for Men at 413 So. 16th Street, Omaha. Recently the Magee
Brothers bought Mr. Deemer's interests in both Omaha and Lincoln and
now operate the two stores under the name Magee's. We propose to main,
tain the enviable
-r ,v-jr uiuo yjj io xtiugeu co uuouivr oiores.
The new .firm wishes to start the Spring Season with an absolutely new
alnnl- fTl J IV' m J 'S
o.uuiv. iu uu tins we oner our entire stock of
Kensington and Kenmor Winter Suits and Over
coats at Just the Former Prices
LtairClUde 0Ur SU,i,t8, JBlue serge3 and Chevl0 worsted-, and homespuns, black silk lined
"eJrftedS T f11 reduced 50- We have never before our business history conducted a
jlT?n "dtalCMmt S9- o doub will be many more years before such another opportunity is
S th5,buyinPublic- We t0 y f-rther that not one garment has been purchased for this
occasion. Every suit and overcoat is of our regular stock, with the sleeve ticket still on them. The?
w T011 and Kenmors' whi to"s to the purchaser high quality merchan
dise The sa e starts Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. To get the choicest garments come early A
small charge to cover the actual cost of alterations will be made
Furnishings at Reduced Prices
. We will offer 30 dozen of our
regular 50c Neckwear for 25c.
Spaulding Sweaters will be re
duced y3. All Velours and Ward's
Waterproof Hats we will discount
33V. Winter Caps, both cloth
and fur, go at off. All lined
Gloves and Mittens reduced Y3.
SI7 Suits m O'coats 58,50
S20 Suitst O'ooats S 10,00
$25 Soils O'coits SI2.S0
$30 Suits n O'coats $15,00
$35 Suits i- O'coats $17,50
$40 Suits O'coats $20.00
$45 Suits ' O'coats $22,50
rmwwm i i '
Formerly Magee & Deemer.
413 SOUTH 16th STREET
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