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YILLARD TO IIEET
II0RA11 LIARGH 8
Date of Heavyweight Battle,
Madison 5qur Garden is .
TEX RICKARD GIVES IT OUT
NKW ORK, Feb. S Jen Wlllard,
wnilrl h'nvyweigl:t champion, onl rrank
Moran will meet In a ten-rounj bout al
Mod'aon Square Garden lie re on March
8 for a purxe of tTO.CA It waa announced
tonjflit by Te nirhard, promoter of the
Nonpareil Club is
Looking for Battlo
'Ilia Nonjarrtl dub of the Kouih Side
)aa lmp(l Into the tug-o-war game
- hereabouia with a challenge to pull any
'team m the world any place on ttm globe.
According to atatcmenta made by mem
Utra of Hi club. It team ta fairly gpoll
Ing for content and the blgaer and
letter their opponenla the better they
will like thorn.
It stated that aay team which I
ll-e It baa chance wrlth the Non
pareil need only call P. H. Oaay, Tyler
to aecura match.
Xi Psi Phi Bowlers
Trim Delta's Squad
The XI Fat Phi and the Delta Sigma
fraternity- howling .tama rotked. horni
on (he Fartiam alleya Monday afternoox
to decide the fraternal aupreraacy of
Omaha. The XI Tat Phi crew carrlel
off the laurela wllh a total of 1.839.
aim l.TK! for tha Delta. Iloatrum of
XI l'l Phi team waa high Individual,
with a 200 tame. ' Tour maa rolled on
Klfle Team Match at Wltitr,
dliOOMFIKLD.'Keb. Fab. . (Spaclal.)
-The Uloomf'.eld Gun club or what la
know - officially aa'the "DavlVa Neat
Oun club" haa Usued a challenge to
the WUner club for . match to ba held
en the Winner grounda, and the xhal-
enge haa been accepted by tha Wlancr
club who hold tha Iteeaa trophy aa tha
tata champions. Tha data for the event
a February 22, and a big ovent la looked
for. Twelve men will go from hera to
take part. .
BOARD AGREES ON
School Authorities Announce Plans
for Clifton Hill and Field
DECIDE WHERE TO ' BUT L0T3
S HELTON, Neb., Keb. a (Speclel.)-
Tba bhelton lllgh achool baaket ball flv
defeated tha Gothenburg team Friday
evening. 31 to 24. i. .
NONPAREIL CLUB WILL
GIVE A MINSTREL SHOW
The ataslnV of a big mlnalrat ahow la
tha lalept noteworthy "aunt" to ta
wnJvrtKi a by the Crn(iha Notinoiell clvib,
l kh la conirMd of a number of South
Xiie live wire. Tha allow will ba hold
Tidy night, February IL at the
KaverUa tiralr, rirhteenth and Vlntow
Tha enlrtaliiinent will b put on by
borne talent. A tine mlcal program
haa bean arraiN4 and the picture film.
"The Wanderer," will t ahown.
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.AND EEAT CULLDOGiS
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!AS1f;3. la , Teb. 1-Brecla! Te'egrmm )
Ttio lrr.a atata baeket ball five a hot to
;: by alekneaa and Ineligibility aa
tiever before thla aeaeoa, played too mur
Lakct bail for tha Drake. Bulldog t
hw I, -re In the elate gymnaalum thla
kfic-rne-in in a Mtanurt valley con fere hoe
Th '(,nne were victorloua, 23 to 19.
Tl'n more at rerea waa 12 te 9 In favor
of the Christiana, but A rota perked up
n the last round.
PROF. LEWIS WILL SHOW
AT THE C. C. C. PARLORS
1-roC Ili. the fi'Uter and noaa blUU
xriiii.1. wilt cuDilude hla engmenU la
iMiial.a. with an exhibition at tha C. C.
4. i!!Urd parlor. I'M Ilamey atroet,
NVdnrdy evening at 8 o'clock. Prof.
lj-v.it will play a game of 14.3 balk lla
bi i;rd af-.rr which he will give a num
trr of fancy vhota bulb with finger aad
Alhlellra Not Trainable.
HfcSTIVOS, Nb. Feb. 8 peeil Tl-
vi pi 1 tie continue j financ-iNl (alltira
i f tihl'iin In the liaetina Hill achtHil
proi'tlily te the (-ait of liiierwhool
..jimiii t-Hig atiMntl'ined ly Ue UmmI
i 'i-, ! li (!, fmr)ijtrMeniattit mad
t nn t'.iii i-y t'i-r!ndienlent Krr
ni in.,.,,i:r(,,M (y a nialotity of It
iiiftuitcim u.roufcii tl.i atheluo bfiard.
1'n'H'iV, V-h. Feb !peellll
1 lf' Vl! f. e y (,in- rltd yir a
. -t T' nty end Krifly
"' . i '- ' n l Harvard li.i
Sloan and Eeavis 1
Talk in Baltimore
(From a Htaff . Correiipondent)
WASHINGTON. Feb. S.-(Nclal Tale
gram.) Hepreaentatlva Sloan wtll apeak
before the llattlmore Republican club on
Saturday evening on "The Life of Lin
coln.'. while In tha aame city another
rongreaaman, Charlea Frank - Ileavia of
tha Firat Nebraaka dlatrlct, will addreaa
the German-American club. It la ex
tremely doubtful If a, parallel oaq b4
found et a waatern atata furnishing two
congTeaamea to apeak la tha him city
at different banquet oa tha aame night
Dr. O. E. Condra of tha Unlvaralty of
Nebraaka la In Waahlngtoa oo'conaer-
THREE PURE FOOD DAYS
FOR THE COMING YEAR
(From a Staff Corre pendent )
LINCOLN. Fib. t (HpecUa.)-There
will be three pure food daya dtirang the
year IfiS. according to a dertalnn reached
by Governor Idlorahead and Food Cum
miM loner Ilannaji.
Oa thea daya a apeclal effort will be
made to booet Nebraaka-mada food and
dairy rroduct. Merrhanta handling theae
product will ba expected to clean up
everything bright and decorate their
place of bualntaa aa that everything
will look attractive.
In thl way the people of the atate will
ba educated along line of sanitation and
merchant and o there will give an oblect
leaaon of how thing ought to bo.
Two now achool sltei wsr agreed
upon last nicht by tbe Board of Ed
The Clifton Hill achool will he
built on Porty-flfth between Corby
and Maple and the Field club achool
will be located at Thlrty-ilith and
Will Bell Boada.
Tha board confirmed the reenmmada-
tlona of commltteea aa follow:
To advertise for bid for the kale of $500,-
000 bond, being the unaold portion of
bond authorixed laat May. The blda
will be opened February 21.
To remodel and enlarge Central achool
for vae a the High School of Commerce,
t an expenae of 1130,000, the committee
en building and grounda being author
ised to aecur plana and estimate.
New Clifton Hill school o at x teen
rooms, manual training and kindergarten
department and auditorium on new site
at Forty-flrnt atreet, between Corby end.
New building for Park school alte, to
be alxteen rooms, manual training, kin
dergarten and auditorium.
Naw twelve-room building with audi.
torlum for Pruld Hill alte.
Five-room addition for Franklin scNo
and four mora rooms for Lincoln achool.
Bancroft school to be enlarged from
the present four-room unit to a alx teen
room achool similar to Miller Park school.
e- tliea. A pprTd.
Tha following alte were approved by
the board. Four additional lota to the
I Vrk school alte at a cost of 119.000; two
half lota te be added to the Caatellar
achool ground at a rost of Si. M0; six
additional lots to present Druid Hill sits,
for consideration of 39,000, which will
make the site STOxtr-O; ten lets at Thtr.
ty-elxth and Walnut streets, at a cost
of SH6O0, for proposed new Field, club
The committee on building and grounds
was dUposed to bay a lot wast of the
Central school, but a reiuet was re
ceived from the Municipal affair commit
tee of tb ComtneKHal club, aaklng
poatponament on account of proposed
opening et T wen t yoo nd street.
The buildings and grounds program
outlined will require expenditure of StA
009 received laat fall from aaia of bond
and a portion et ttt0.on which will be
received from the furthcoming aale.
Are in Line Again
f ("rom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb, 8. (Special.) Lincoln
republicans held a meeting last night at
the Savoy hotel, which resulted In the
formation of a Lancaster County Repub
lican club on the lines of years ago when
Lancaster county waa known far and
wide a a republican stronghold.
The meeting was called by E. D. Beach,
one of the Lancaster county members of
the state committee who presided at the
meeting. J. Held Green was made sec
retary and about forty were present, most
of whome were members of the executive
committee appointed at a previous meet
ing. Among those present were such old
wheel-horses as E. D. Beach. Senator
Rurkett, Frank Harrison, L. I Lindsay,
Joe Burns, Colonel Bl vet one, Walton Rob
erts, J. S. Bsrr, Sam- Mellck and a lot of
others who In former year were the men
who went out and stirred up enthusiasm
and got tha vote.
There wll be precinct and ward club,
with meetinga held In every precinct in
the county In the good old-fashioned way
and a big meeting frequently where all
the clube come In and take part. Tbe
meeting to perfect the organisation will
be held at the Lindell hotel on Monday
evening, February 31. when the ball will
ba set rolling In good old style.
Stender school houe to the Louisville
bridge, and on the north line from the
Stender achool house to the Platte river,
coming to a center located on the Sarah
Dowd farm five miles smith of Gretna
and five mile west of Springfield. The
start will be made at 10 a. m.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. l-tSpeclal Telegram.).
The Nebraska Ainoclntion of Retail
Dealers began their annual seialon here
today at the Lincoln hotel. Thia la the
tenth convention and theer is an un
usually good attendance. The theme of
the merchants as voiced by the speakers
this afternoon was to. get together In
order that they miy sell with less wsste.
President Y. C. KUIotL Secretary
Frank Barr and about half a doson
others talked along this line.
President Elliott thought that com
munity clubs would have a tendancy to
create a ' get-to-gnther fellng among only
the retailers them alve. but the com
munity alt around. '
Following a plan started at tbe retail
ei picnic at Carter lake, Omaha, last
summer, the retailers tomorrow will ef
feet an organisation to be known as the
Nebraska Retailers' congress. A com
mittee has already worked out a plan
and it will be taken up Wednesday.
DEBT ON UNION COLLEGE
RAISED BY ADVENTISTS
LINCOLN. Neb., Feb. S.-The biennial
convention of the Central Vnlon confer
ence ol Beventn Day Adventista. com
prising the atates ef Colorado, Wyoming,
Nebraaka, , Kansas and Missouri, began
today at Colin View, seat of the de
nomination for Nebraaka and nerkh bor
Two hundred and fifty delegates are
present. Including the following president
of state conferences: H. A. Morrtaon. Ne.
braska; N. T. Sutton, Wyoming; T. R
Emery, Colorado; W. H. Clark, Kan;
N. E, Umerlck, Missouri.'
Tb convention will continue a week, a
ministerial InaUtut taking up tha earlier
partof the time. L It. Evans, president,
and O. B. Thorn peon, secretary, of the
North American division eonferanoa, both
of Waahlngtoa, D. C. are the Instructors
for the Institute. Thla evenlnx general
session was devoted to the reading of
report, la which announcement waa
mad of tha raising of the debt on Union
college at College View.
PATIENT AT HOSPITAL
FOR INSANE FOUND
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, rob, .-BpectaI Telegram.)
-Fred Ounder. a patient at the atate hos
pital for tbe Insane at Lincoln, waa found
dead la his bed this morning. Tbe super
intendent thinks he died In his sleep, aa
there waa no sign et the bed clothes
being disturbed. He was H year old and
was committed to the Institution la 1SH.
He formerly lived at MUford.
FFETMONT. Neb, Feb. S.8pclal.)
Whlle soldering a barrel brought to the
hop where be Is employed for repair
Klmer Buab of Mora Bluff waa quite
b&Uly burned hn the receptacle ex
ploded. He vd himself from a a
vera burslog by tolling la a inowUak.
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LESS WASTE, THE THEME
OF THE RETAIL DEALERS
Townsend Team Walks. Around
Local School Toshers, Forty
Eight to Twenty.
TEAM W0KK DOES THE BUSINESS
Central Hlg school toat to the Town-
tend Oun five last evening at the Uni
versity of Omaha in a Trl-Clty league
tilt, 48 to 20. Coach Mulligan's men found
It Impossible to pierce the Gunner' de
fense. On the other hand the Townwnd
had little trouble In cavorting about the
court at will.
Superior team' work and greater accu
racy in shooting baskets was the direct
reason for the Gunners' large score. The
students lost, several chances to increase
their score but fluked out on a number
of easy shots.
Maxwell at right forward was the chief
point getter for the students, garnering
four goals, while Bechtold did the heavy
work for the Gunners with eight double-
deckers. The lineup:
HIGH SCHOOL. TOWN8IWD8.
Maxwell R.F.IRF Hansen
Patty L.F.IT-.F Harris
Pavnter C.IC Bechtold
Grove R.U. R.G
Loe;an L.G.IL.O R.
Substitutes: Smith for Logan.
goals: Maxwell (4), Patty (2). Loeftn (21,
Smith, Hansen (S). Harris t, Bechtold
(8), Lutes 5. Foul roals: Patty (2). Harrui
(4). Fouls committed: HlKh school. 4;
Townaends. 4. Referee: Kamanski. Time
of halves: Twenty minutes.
CAHN TAKES LONG LEAD
IN PLAY WITH CHAMBERS
With clever and speedy play In . tha
state billiard tournament at Byrnes' par
lors last night, Albert Cahn, sr., defeated
William N. Chambers, 260 to 182. The
match lasted only thirty-six Innings, aa
Cahn made one very strong run of fifty
two, and flniahed with an average)- of
even, which was higher than he-usually
makes. Cahn's other ' high, fur were
twenty and eighteen. ' Chambers made
an average of four and one-half, with
high runs of seventeen, sixteen and four
teen. Julius Lyon refereed the game. K.
A. Sclple and Robert j; ' Williams wilt
play this evening.
Saceeaafal He tvml End.
FREMONT, Neb., Feb. I (Special.)
The most successful revival ever held in
Fremont came te a close last evening
when Evangelist James Rayburn
preached his farewell sermon. With the
108 persona who went forward Monday
night and promised to lead ' Christian
lives the total was brought up to 803.
At the Sunday evening services a col
lection taken up for Mr. Rayburn
amounted to 81.6M.
OME" to me ! tome
thars real ' affection an ' rood
ate a ' m m m ' ' '
coo km . entirely surrounded br! ' r '
Ti) i iVi SHI' fi 1'rMi r ii ei 1HM i u -' 4 M
QNE of the greatest
home" is a tin of
mellowed flavor puts
the "seasoned" taste
Overcome by Gas in
While removing a Hush tank from a
manhole at Twenty-eighth aad Leaven
worth streets William Jorgensen. Seven
teenth aad Oak streets, was overcome by
esoaplnc gas and fell Inte a foot ef water.
A- Keed. fellow workman, deacendnd Into
the hole tn time to prevent Jorgenaen
from drowning, and the two men ware
pulled out by rope 1a tbe hands of other
aorkir m m, JorgetuMa was attended by
Or. R. W. Connell. who ay be has aa
v chaao for recovery unlaes pneu-
mom la should aet In. He waa removed
to St. Joseph' hospital.
Read Tbe bee Want Ada It pays!
Wall Itaat Kesr Orel Sawder.
GRETNA. Neb., Feb. . (Special.) A.
wolf hunt will be held Sunday. Fehruary
13, la a territory bounded on the west
and south by the Platte river, on the
east by the O. L. D. road from the
MEN'S and WOMEN'S A
At Great Reductions
$99 $JP $493
wjas-CYEB e:ot si::?
y aad raraasa,
li " (c,.
Thursday We Will Place On Sale
All King-PecVs Full
Dress and Tuxedo Suits
All King-Peck's Full
Dress andTuxedo Vests
And the Silk Lined
We come now to a portion of. the King-Peck
$137,000 stock which many Rood dressers in Omaha
have been waiting for. Needless to say, this apparel
will be offered at sacrifice prices and this is an oc
casion for saving money that men will be pleased to
St Wednesday Evening' Paper.
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