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FOR SPRING GAMP "rSXiiLt
Eourfce Complete- Seal by Which
, .'Osaka Club Will Train in the
. - Southern Uebnuka Citjr.
SIOUX TO GO TO rAIEBTTRY
W. A. Rourk, owr of the Omaha
club) last night made arrangements (or
the 'ftourxae to train at Beatrice for
three weeks starting March lu.
Rourk raa in Beatrice and completed
tha negotiations there iaat night. Tha
Omaha magna hit been in commune te
tlon with Beatrix for loma time, but tha
deal waa not officially consummated un
Rourka left Beatrice Iaat night for
Falrbury, where ha will art aa agent for
Ed Hanloa of Bloux City. Ilanlon wanta
to train at Falrbury. Rourka recently
received a letter from Fair bury saying
that that city would welcome tha Moui
mo it la practically arranged that Omaha
and Bloux Ctty will train In near-by
Rourka and Itanlon figure a big ad
vantage In training at Falrbury and
Ilea trice. Tha two towna ara but an
CHTCAQO. Feb. M. Filipino boya lad
all tha youthful athlete of tha far Mat
and South America In tha cable and mall
(rack nmt of tha Amateur Athletto fed
eration. It waa announced at headquar
tera today. Bom of tha marka mada In
tha Phlllpplnaa coma cloaa to record!
mada by American boya of tha eama age.
It waa aald.
In tha high jump boya of it, the eUleat
competing, were credited with feet I
Inchea In the Phlllpptnea; S feet 1 Inch
In Bouth America; feet H Inch In India,
and 4 feet 10 Inchea In China.
Houth Americana tcok second honor,
but nilplnoe were first In every event
in each of tb four elaaaee except the
daub for boya 14 to U year old. In which
Bouth America were flret.
R. L. Murray Wins
.""the Indoor Tennis
NEW TORK, Feb. B.-R. Lindley
hour apart and tha two Uama ran play Murray of California, won tha national
a number of garaea at email expense. I Indoor tennla championship In single
Alao It will be only a abort jaunt for here today by defeating A. II. Man, Jr.,
Lincoln to visit either of these aouthern former Tal captain, of New York, by
Nrbraetta cltlei and even Topeka and the acore of -. -7.
S. Joseph could drop over for a game
;Frankie Burns Wins
Over Eddie Coulon
', MRMPIIIO, Tenn., Feb.. E.-Frankle
Burns of Jereey City won a derision over
FJdle Coulon cf New Orlean In an eight
round bout her tonight. Ilurna out
pointed the New Orteane bantam In
nearly very round.
"Monk" Fowler of New Orleana waa
swarded the decision over "Bla" Mackay
of Columbua, O., In another eight-round
.bout. Fowler and Mackay are light,
Dr. William Roeenbaum and Arthur
M. Lovlbond won the national Indoor
rhamplonahlp In double, defeating King
Smith and Arthur B. Cm gin of tha Sev
enth regiment of the New Tork National
Guard. The acore: M, 1-4. t-4. M, 10(.
Harry Symei, Veteran Billiardiit,
Capture the State Champion
hip from Holder.
PLAY AGAIN IN THIRTY DAYS
Albert Cahn, nr., waa ahorn of hia title
aa billiard champion of Nebraiika last
night In the stnte tournament that wa
flnlihed at the jtymea parlor. Harry
Symea, himself, took the honora himself
when b defeated Cahn. JOO to n.
The game waa played before a large
alsed gallery, who applauded the good
work of tha two crarka and watched the
balla spin over the cloth for exception
ally good runa.
Hyme averaged I 4-7 and made high
runa of J, 19 and 23. Cahn averaged
H and his high runa were tf, 22 and IS.
Byrnes made the hltchest run of the
tournament In a previous gam with 61.
Cahn made the highest 'average which
waa t t-4. The game last night went
Cahn haa held the title for three years,
managing to defeat every player who
contested him during that time. Byrnes
wlna a silver cup with the title, which
Is subject to two challenge. Cahn
challenged Immediately and the game
will be played within thirty day.
K. A. Rclple, Art Sturge and W. N.
Chambers are tied for third place and
wilt play off their tie soon.
Joe Mandot Awarded
, Decision Over Dundee
NI7W ORLEANS. Feb. C-Joe Mandot
of New Orleans waa awarded a referee
decision tonight over Johnny Dunde of
New Torlc at tha end of a twenty-round
boxing contest held at local arena. The
tirhtwetsht were regarded a evenly
matched, Mandot securing tha decision aa
tha result ef quicker Infighting action.
. It waa claimed.
Harry . Clone ef New Tork challenged
Cros3 Counted Out
After Knock Downs
i South Dakota Makes '
Foot Ball Schedule
Vermillion, b. d., Feb. n.-pecii.)
With the exception of one open date
the foot ball achedule of the University
of South Dakota la complete. Tha Coy
otea will meet most of the old rivals next
fall. Including Minnesota, Notre Dame,
North Dakota. Crelghton. Dakota Wea-
leyan and Yankton. In addition tha eleven
alii take a trip to Lansing, Mich., on
November 4 to play tha Michigan Agri.
cultural college! The dale of the Morn-
lnglde game at cMoux City la November
IV the last game but on of tha season.
The following la the achedule:
8eptember r Yankton at Vermillion.
tictober 7 Open.
troer 14 Dakota YVeeleyan at Ver
Htober 11 Minnesota at Minneapolis.
October la North Lmkota at Uranfl
I.'evember 4 Michigan Agricultural col
lege at Intlng
November 11 Notre Dam at Bloux
November II Mornlnantiie at Minn
November H Crelghton at Omaha
Walsh One of Buyers
' of Cleveland Club
CIIICAOO. Fb.2rt waa learned to-
day that Thomas Walsh of the Walsh
CINCINNATI, Feb. S3.-MUburn Baylor
of IndianapoUa, knocked out Leech CYoaa rJ ,lf """" tCT " .
. . , . .... . . ... I Oonatrwctkm company ot Davenport, la
of . .New Tork bera tonight In th. . fifth I 0f purcnaMr. of
Origin of Names is '
Subject of Essays
The Daughters of th American Revo
lution will offer a prlx to tha pupils of
tha high echool havtn tha beat eaaaya
on tha origin of th name of tha various
towna In Nebraska. Th essay must be
turned In tha latter part of March and
tha prize will be given during; th month
cf April. Mrs. Ada Atklnaon, teacher of
history and civic at th high school, la
a member of the Daughters of the Amer
ican Revolution, and It waa ah who eug
geated the change from th aual plan
of writing an assay on eome Important
event of the revolution.
Speaki Before the Local National
Defense League at the City
SECRETARY OF THE MAYORS
round ef a scheduled ten-round bout. It
waa Baylor's- flgM' throughout. In the
third Croaa'took the coun I of nine three
tlavea. -Croaa lasted through tha fourth
by dlnrMna. while In tha fifth round,
after being knocked down twice, M sec
ond threw up , the aponge at-the count
of nine with- Croaa on the floor aatd ap-
r-areatly unable to riaa.
land American League Base Ball club.
Mr. Walsh for one season waa a catcher
In the Chicago National league team.
Four others of the purchasing syndi
cate are J. C Dunn and F. F. McCarthy
of Chicago. Robert Lane and J. R. In
of Davenport, la, " -
BEN ft IE LEONARD KNOCKS
OUT JIMMY MURPHY
rniLADHLTHIA. Pa.. Fab. tL-Benny
Irfnrtard. the New Tork lightweight.
knocked out Jimmy Murphy of thia city
In the last minute of tx -round bout
here tonight. Leonard outpointed Mur
phy throughout the entire six round. In
the aixth he booked a right to tb jaw,
flooring Murphy. The latter," without
waiting to rest, jumped to his feat, but
waa met by right and left which
rerxiered him unconscious for three tnta-
DUFFY CF iCoCKPORT
OUTPOINTS TLD LEWIS
fiVFKAIvO. N. T Feb. -Jimmy
Tufy t.f Iorkaort outpointed Ted I-ela
of New Tork In a tei-rotind bout, her
tm.Wht. Duffy bad the betUr of th
tli tin In three rounds, Leie won and
the other wer even. Duffy weighed
HI. I-ewU 141. In their flret boot at
l.Jnn Lewie knocked out Duffy in the
Why CI4 Ar 0e DfmOI.
It U not the cold Itself but the serious
aiaeea It eo often leads to that raakea
common cold by far the moat danger-
ana of any ef the minor allmeota The
cold prepare your system for the re
ceptlon and development t the germs of
pneumonia, consumption, diphtheria and
other germ dlseasea. Tha quicker you
cur the Or Id the lee the danger. To
accomplish thia you will find Chamber
laln'a Cough Remedy most effectual. Ob
tainable everywhere. -Advtrtlseroent-
Coe College Five
, .Wins Iowa Title .
QRIXNELL, la.. Feb. 2S.-(Ppeell Tel
egram.) Coe won the Iowa conference
championship here thia afternoon by de
feating the Orinnell college quintet. IT
to 15. Orinnell led at the end of the
first half, 13 to S, having clearly out
played Coe throughout "the twenty min
ute, but a whllwlnd attack hy the Crim
son five In the second period gradually
closed up tha gap until the acore atood
IS all four minute before the final gun
. Yulll of Coe dropped In the remaining
basket and although Orinnell made a des
perate attempt to tie the acore they
could not get through the superb de
fense of the visitor.
Yulll waa the Individual star of the Coe
team, although both Rogers and Ruat put
up an eiceilent game for Grinnell. Nor
rts, Augustine and Meacham did the beat
work. Th lineup:
Tuill I..F.1R.F Meacham
Pkeln R.F.I UP Homer
Roger C C Augustine
Msrtltn I.O.lR.fl Norrta
Runt atl.lUO twin
Substitutes: Irsart for Meacham.
Field goals. Tutll (4). Rogers C!. Rust
(1), Augustine i.'l, Knrrts (2). Meacham
II.) r Free throws: Norrls,- three out of
nine; ctkeln. three out of six. .Referee:
One of Every Ten of
Us Dies a Pauper
DKTROIT. Mich.. Feb. . Slat super
intendents of publlo Instruction, eatteg
professors, principal and business men
Joined In a "thrift" discussion at a meet
ing tonight of tha National Council of
Education. The council la one of twentt
one bodiea allied with the National Kd.i-
catlonal association which are to hold
seas tons In Detroit this week.
8. w. Straus, a Chicago banker, who Is
president of the American Society for
Thrift, declared that although the t'nlted
State la a prosperous nation "we are not
a prosperous people." and barked up his
aaaertton with the declaration that one
person out of every ten who dies in any
ot the large cities la burled In a potter s
Held. "Statlstlce show that In the flitted
iltatea there are only 10. who aave money
out ot every l.OXI population," ha added
This comparea with t'A In Cwltserland
Five-Man Scores in Handicap
Drew Oartaas Field.
HARTFORD, Conn , .Feb. JX-JfowaM
' I'rtw of is 1'nlveaiiy of Puthem Call.
' frnia ouUieaed an excellent field of
ii other innm.. r In the Bi-eclai seventy-
(ivr-tard 0i at the indoor races of
lr tiatal mi!ttta National (iuard h
t.i'lr.t. and. deeptla a alow track he
won iu "S aecucKls.
f'TA Teaey tlgna Cealraet.
CINClKNATf. Feb. C-FnKi Toner.
i). premier pitcher for the I'lectnneti
Nlit.fial league I- in ftr lul et-afn.
t..'i kigtievl a cooiraet with the local
' n.iii fnr ll" season ef )I4. No announce-
n-ot ft lnry was made, loner an-
rui-l S-t month thai he would but
urn 141 uiea fciven r,vja.
F1RESTONF. T. . n. CO.
Int. M. td. Tot.
H!gy l 1J Ml t
Nelson I7 lo A ." 14
hubert ....11. JM m Srt
Py Under ...1IH HI 11 ?M
Johneon ....Kl 14 )ti
lianUiap ..1) 111 l Wl
Totals .... ltti
let. M. an. Tot.
Inon IS 77
aperry 1-e) lei 171
lllalop I4T 11 13 f'
Tea in !' lit 44
f lee 13 1)4 Iff 7J
Handicap .. M !
Total '-T M its l.li
NEB. CLOTHINO CO.
IX. td. Id. Tot.
Huntley ....Ml 1TI Z! ill
Hinnrr ltf 1 IM
Veiter -!' 1W l" ll
Harieon ...Jl Mi 1& 4U
eWMierbolra 1 M -
lUmltcap ..lav 1T 1 K7
Total n ra
OMAHA NAT. HANK
Ul. VI. 14. Tot.
Dahmke ....Id 140 )l 4-1
TtHhardeon IK l W
Hurna 1 M I1 4T?
Gresory W H .
r.'la I rm 'i
Haod.ran .. a a aa !'
ToUU tU U m 27
OMAHA VAN KTO. IX). i
1st. Id. M Tot.
Ham'strom in m 144 M
J. l.yon ...1 .J n - 4ii
U. lloell..lh.1 m M il
". Rl- Il l.a M 4M
M. Voumir 1M 41
Handicap .. 'Jt U n M
Totala .. .171 V4 r IM1
SO. OMAHA JETTFHK
1st. ).L l.lt.
Frltscher ...I1 ! i M
Chadd h L7 1.4 US
Ham til )3 lfe M
lvteraon ...Ml 1 l.v
Fagerberg ..W IU 211 i
Handlra ... T T I 21
Totals ..w M4 M4K4
U. T. ITNiil N KKhii.
, let. W ki Tot
Mason 117 'A l-J
ll.aelt 1- lit 14 e
Kedfleld I 14 MS
Herman ....!- 1Z4 Ml 4li
hckiar 1" 1 n 4
Handicap ...IK 114 IX .S
Totaia ...J ix gjj x4
V. F. in. FRfclOIIT.
let. H id Tot.
Vapor ..II I I 111 Hi
r tal ford ....11 let l.w eg
Punning ... 11 4 1.1
Kolr Iu4 lve 1J i
Vt'eirtrh 1 m )i 447
Handliap lit u 4.4
. TotaU ...Tat Kl THM
UNION TAC1F1C SHOPS
1st. M ad Tot
Johnson .. 1M ln li 441
Norm IM tit Ml ix)
iilidebrandt 1.1 iu MI !
Kauer l.g IM M7 4'
y.e,-hmelater IU ! Is J MA
IKntllcep .. 139 1W ly 4 IT
Total .... U 110 :T te
ML Will I) 1TB
-tat. M. M Tot
IU IM 142 b
110 144 111 42X
Mi ! 1? y)
ix l.t M& b
IM Ml 6
M U 24
Han. HI ..
iS 744 SM
W. NO 17
lt. M. M Tot
Ul ! 14. 4.
)4 l 44
1UI 147 l.w 4
)W 14"! 1..7 443
.1-6 r i;-s H
M M M 24
... KJ ti Kin rjl
I at. ti. 3d Tol
... 1.' i2 ll 47
In 144 My 4-ti
Iml 114 Ml g
1'4 1. 147
ITS Vvt 4 4
111 IJ1 IU M
Totals .... HI Ct tliftll
Victorioui MuscoTitei Push Forwaxd
. from Center at Enernm and on .
OTTOMAN FLIGHT PEECmTATE
' "The United State is a body ot
land surrounded by trouble. The
world Is on fire and there Is no tell
ing where the sparks may fall," de
clared William Brewgter of East
Orange, N. Y., addressing members
of th local National Defense com
mittee yesterday afternoon In the
city council chamber. Mr. Brewster
Is completing a tour of cities, as
secretary of a committee of mayors
who haTe called a National Defense
congress, to' be held at St. Louis on
March S and 4. Mayor Dahlman,
one of nine mayors issuing the call,
ppointed a local committee of fifty-
four, some ot whom hare expressed
intentions of going to St. Louis next
Mr. Brewster told th group before him
that this nation , haa developed It re
sources and Industries to a high gtate of
perfection, but haa neglected Ra under-
Ing security, namely, national aetenee.
Bnlldlngr Nny ta Slow Prweeaa.
Tou can't put an appropriation into a
slot machine and draw out a navy," he
said. "It la a alow process. Admiral
Flake has told ua will take five year.
working twenty-four hours a day at
feverish heat, to establish a navy which
would be second among the nations, wa
ra uralna national defenee, not for of-
fenae. but to Insur ourselves agalnat In
vasion and to maintain our national dig
nity and honor. Thia in not a war scare
fostered by the munitions manufacturers.
In our national lift w hav reached th
ton looklisten stage. This la th psy
chological moment to get our defense In
Our foreign policies ar as strong at
our abllltv to defend them. There is no
love between nation. Political expedi
ency, toleration and reapect, baaed upon
fear, exists between nations.
Fear Klnda ef Paelfteta.
"During my trevele through many
states I hav met four classes ot pa
cificists. The flret claaa ara merely aaleep
In their fal aeoaa of security. The sec
ond class are persona opposed to ade
quate defense because ot the expense.
Another claa are opposed to prepared
neea because of religious scruples, and
the fourth claaa are militant pacificist
who would rather fight against pra pared -neaa
than prepare against fighting."
Mr. Brewster said that a grave Injus
tice had been done certain forelgn-born
clttxena. of whoa loyalty h ha observed
He explained that the purpose of the
Ft. Ijoula conference is to Impress con
gress with the necessity of ' acting
promptly In passing legislation for na
PETROORAD, Feb, 22. (Via
London.) Both on the center In the
Erxerum district and on the widely
extended northern and southern
flank the Russians are everywhere
continuing with eneogy pursuit of
the routed Turkish armies. The
Russian advance is having the ef
fect, not entirely of severing all con
nections between the now isolated
Turkish army group, but of con
stantly strengthening communica
tions of their own forces, from the
Black Sea district to the recently oc
cupied town of Mush on the south
ern Russian wing.
Thus the operations of the Ruxslana
are assuming the shape of a solid and
unbroken advance along the entire
front On the Black sea coast the Rus
slons hav now driven the Turks twenty
milea west of Vlttmieu and the occu
pation of Treblxond la believed to be
Turkish Retreat Precipitate.
Th Turks, evidently Impressed with
the headway th Russian forces are
making, appear to be Inspired with the
sol aim of extricating, themselves from
their difficult -position before they are
surrounded and ar making no effort to
hold endangered points now In their poa-
With a minimum of resistance consist
ing chiefly of perfunctory rear-guard
actions, the Turkish retreat I one of the
moat precipitate of th war.
With Mush and Achlat In their posses
sion, the Ruaalan forces on the southern
wing arc now proceeding towards Bltlls.
Once their objective Is obtained. Lake
Van. which haa been the scene of Im
portant fighting since the beginning of
tha Caucasian campaign, will rest se
curely In Russian hands.
Rasa Strengthen Coramantcatloaa,
Tb auoceaaful Russian operations near
Knuahkala. officially recorded, are of
Importance In respect of th strengthen
ing of communlcatlona uctween the cen
ter and tha right flank.
According to the latest dispatches
reaching Petrograd from the Caucasian
front, the Turkish losses at Erxerum are
estimated at 40.000 killed, wounded and
Lansing Gives Reason
for Declining to Act
NEW TORK, Feb. H-The reason Sec
retary of State Lansing declined the In
vitation ot William Church Oaborn
chairman of the democratic state com
mittee of New Tork, to become perma
nent chairman of the approaching deme
c ratio atata convention waa that to act
In thia capacity might be "misconstrued
and might subject the foreign policies of
the government to th criticism of parti
Tells Woman's Clnb Municipal Farm
is a Moral Hospital Which
hear Airn-sprrma plaits
Paul Bchreibcr. newly appointed super
intendent of the Welfare board, outlined
the plana of the board to the social
science department of th Woman's club
Monday afternoon. A campaign of pub
llclty which will make a household term
of the words "welfare board" Is one
of the things planned.
To Investigate social and Industrial
conditions In the city; to co-operate with
all public and private organisations en
gaged In the same sort of work yet to
prevent duplication; and to undertake
th odds and ends not cared for through
other departments these are among the
alms of the department.
'The financial burden for this work
should be by tax alone, not by voluntary
contributions, for this Is not a charitable
organization even If It seems to be deal
ing with cases which merit charity. Pre
vention rather than remedy shall be our
slogan," be said. Political pressure la
an evil the board will avoid, according
to the new superintendent.
Superintendent Schrelber la an enthusi
astic advocate of tha municipal farm and
workhouse, on which special subject he
addressed the Woman's club. "A mu
nicipal farm is a moral hospital where
wholesome, healthful labor will work I
wonders In restoring self-respect to petty
and even hardened offender. It should
not be run' aa a proposition to make
money," ha declared. "In th ordinary
Jail, th petty offender comes out a
worse man than when he waa prisoned,"
according to Superintendent Schreiber.
Mrs. K. 71. 1. Edholm asked the aid of
the Woman's club In promoting Mrs. H.
C. Sumney anti-spit campaign.
Jacobaon Goea Back.
The St. Louis club haa releaeed Out
fielder Jaoobson to the Little Rock club
of the Southern league.
Pat 0'Keefe Defeats Jim Sullivan in
Twenty-Round Bout for the .
GETS DECISION UPON POINTS
LONDON, Feb. JZ P -nbarier Wella
knocked out Dick Et .. in tha third
round of their bout tonight for th heavy
weight championship of England.
Pat O'Keefe, middleweight champion
of England, tonight defeated Jim Sulli
van in a twenty-round bout on polnta.
The fight waa for th middleweight
Wells, who began nervously, soon re
gained confidence when he found that h
could outbox Smith, and landed several
left Jabs on his opponent In the first
In the next round, Wella fought Smith
all over the ring, landing- Jab and
wings when he liked. . Socn after the
opening of the third round Wella ' got
home a hard right uppercut which put
Smith to the floor, where he remained
"out" for several minutes.
The Sulllvan-O'Keefe fight waa a gtv
and take affair. There wer everal
sharp exchange In tha first round. Th
men seemed well matched, but for three
rounds Sullivan plainly had th1 better
Honors were even In the next six
rounds; then O'Keefe started" hurrlcan
fighting In which he demonstrated that
he wa Sullivan's master in the tnflght
lng game. The tenth, eleventh, twelfth,
thirteenth and fourteenth rounds wer
O'Keefe's. He sustained a severe cut
over the y In the fifteenth, however,
and in the sixteenth was nearly knocked
out by. a vicious right swing. ' "The bell
came to his rescue.. ' .
In the seventeenth also O'Keefe-waa
badly punished, and there ' was ' much
clinching In the next two rounds. "In
the final round the men fought hard
and the exchanges apparently favored
Sullivan. There was loud disapproval of
from, some quarters when the referee
gave the decision to O'Keefe.'-
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GROTTE BROTHERS CO.
General Dintributofi Omaha. Nebraska
Visits King of Greece
ATHENS (Via Paris), Feb II Oeneral
Serrail. the commander of th French
troepa In the Balkan, arrived her to
day and had aa audlene with King Con
Immediately afterward King Con
stantino received th Aaaociatad Praas)
correspondent and Informed htm that ha
was delighted with th result of the
Interview, which ha waa thoroughly con
fident waa the flret step toward clearing
up the difference between Or oa and
tha entente power.
Shells Don't Burst
LONDON. Feb, U la th House of
Common. Sir Joseph Walton. liberal for
th Rarnaley dlvtalon of Torkehlr, erit-
Icteed th government for not mor care
fully tnapectlng munition reoalvvd from
tha United Atatea.
"Care ahould be taken that w d not
get bad auppllea from America." he aald.
"I am Informed that ef twenty-eight
hells recently fired by one of our
bowltser at the front only four bund.
VQJp. E3. Limited!
A Lounging Room for I'Jomcn
An Observation-Glub Room for Hen and Uomen
A Train of Steel Construction,
VJell Equipped I'JcIl Operated.
Diner Serving at Six o'Glock
jl I iitmil"
I N Block rrotertM
City Ticket Office, Faraam and 16th Streets.
'Phones: Douglas D 1233 and D 3580.
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