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    THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1917.
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SWEETSHOP GIRLS
BEATJLYMPIANS
Miss Lillian Hughes Has High
Single and High Three
Games.
THEY REPAY AN OLD SCORE
After being defeated in their first
match, the A. B, Sweet Shop girls
rame back and trimmed ttw Olympia
Candy Kitchen boys 171 pins in the
second match. Miss Lillian Hoghes
had high single game of 233 and high
three games with 586. Malloy had
high single game, 234, and high three
games. 578. for the Olympias. In the
second match the girls got 60 per
cent of the difference in the two team
averages. Score, first game:
A. B. SWEET SHOP.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Ml9 Oornn . 125 13ft 179 442
Mins Bruch 157 167 157 AM
Miss Rinnan....... 164 110 112 .186
Miss Miller 106 HO HI 407
Mix Huirhe Ifi4 159 175 49
Handicap 58 68 68 174
Totals 774 792 2 2,388
OLYMPTA CANDY KITCHEN.
1st.
Malloy 163
Crane 181
(libsnn 221
Livingston .... 194
Hansen 175
2d.
181
201
177
179
1G9
907
Total.
578
569
546
546
575
Total 934
Score, second game:
A. B. SWEET SHOP.
' Int. 2d.
Miss Goerm.... 140 156
Miss Pilling 156 134
Miss Bierman...... 141 168
Mifls Miller 208 K.rt
Miss Hughes 167 23.1
Handicap 103 102
Total.
493
435
429
539
. 306
2,788
Totals 914 953 921
OLTMPIA CANDY KITCHEN.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Malloy 135 171 173 479
Crane . 155 207 lfil 623
Gibson 182 170 197 649
Livingston ..... 148 191 158 497
Hansen 159 219 191 669
Total - 779 958 , 880 2,617
Horsemen to Meet
Here Thursday to
Arrange Purses
Some of the leading horsemen and
race meeting promoters of this state
will gather in Omaha Thursday on the
occasion of the annual joint meeting
of the Nebraska Speed association and
the Midway Racing circuit, which
will hold afternoon and evening ses
sions at the Castle hotel.
Purses, classes and dates will be
arranged and in all probability several
new cities given berths on the two
state racing loops. The Omaha Driv
ing club, which stages Omaha's Great
Western circuit meeting in August
annually, also holds memberships in
the Nebraska Speed association, the
Midway racing circuit and the Iowa-Nebraska-
South Dakota loop. The
ice is to be broken with a meeting
at the Benson track in June. Otis M.
Smith, secretary of the local driving
club, urges representatives of any new
cities desiring dates on the Midway
circuit or the speed association loop
to be on hand at the horsemen's con
vention Thursday.
The business meeting will start at
2:30 o'clock in (he afternoon, with a
banquet and jollification of horsemen
at the Castle hotel at 6:30 o'clock m
the evening.
Land Commissioner
Favors Irrigation School
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Feb. 12. (Special.) Com
ing from Scottsbhiff county, Land
Commissioner G. L. Shumway, ' is
boosting for the Scottsbluff school
of irrigation not officially, however,
for the proposed school is outside the
domain of irrigation, highways and
drainage.
With 400,000 acres of land about
to be under irrigation, Mr. Shumway
believes that practical scientific in
struction is as necessary to the youth
of that section as the study of
garonomy and stock raising is at the
University of Nebraska.
Owner of Cardinals Given
Divorce From Husband
St. Louis, Feb. 12. Mrs. Helene
Hathway Britton, owner of the St.
Louis Nationals, today was divorced
from Schuyler Britton, former presi
dent of the club. She was awarded
the custody of the two children. Mrs.
Britton testified that Mr. Britton
"squandered her means to such an ex
tent that her property was imperilled."
Aurora Church Pays Debt.
Aurora, Neb. Feb. 12. (Special.)
Bishop Cyrus J. Kepkart of Kansas
City, preached at the United Christian
church here Sunday morning and
raised $2,500 to pay the debt on the
church building.
Beatrice Win (June.
Beatrice. Neb., Feb. 12. (Special.) The
Beatrice High arhool banket ball tram won
He first game of the eearon here Saturday
nlnht by defeating Nebraska City by the
score of 21 to 12.
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Today's Sport Calendar
Bane Ban SehndulM mating of the Na
tional leajrne, at Nw York City.
Polo Annnal meeting of Polo afWH-fa-tion,
at New York City.
Bench Show Annnal nhow of Indian
apollt. Kennel rluu, at IndtanapolU.
Automobile Annnal show of Kloux City
Automobile Dealers' aHNoeiation, Sioux
City, la.
Trotting Setwtnled meeting of Bay State
Short-fShip circuit, at JioMton.
Basket Ball Western eonferenea, Cht
rago at Purdue.
Amateur Base Ball
Association Levies
Tax for Red Cross
Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 12. A reso
lution that amateur base ball players
who are members of the various city
. associations, amliatcd with the Na-
tional Amateur Association of Amer
ica be recruited to voluntee for mili
tary duty at once, was adopted un
! animously by the delegates attending
tne tourtn annual meeting ot the as
sociation here today. Another reso
lution providing that a direct tax of
10 cents a player be assessed on the
city associations, the tax to be paid
before April 1, also was adopted. The
money thus raised, it was said is to be
turned over to the American Red
Cross. Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Min
neapolis. Louisville, Detroit, St. Paul,
Springfield, Mass., Omaha, Houston
and Chicago are represented at the
convention.
Herd and Mathey Win in
Second Round of Tennis
New York, Feb. 12. Play was con
tinued here today in the annual na
tional indoor tennis championship
tournament Both Clinton B. Herd of
California and Dean Mathey, the New
Jersey star, easily working their way
through the third round, winning in
straight sets.
The summary:
Second round D. E. Roberts defeated E.
T. Apploton. 6-1, 6-2; Dean Mathey defeated
V. C. Anrutmbau, 6-2, 6-2: C. M. Aummer
man defeated E. A. WalbridKe, 6-3, 6-2;
W. J. Oalton defeated (i. A. Anderson, 6-1.
7-5; Vanderyenter defeated P. Goold. 6-3,
6-4; C. B. Herd defeated S. M. Phillips,
6-2. 6-2; Craig Biddle. Philadelphia, . de
feated Q. S. Orosbeck, 6-1, 6-1; A. H. Man,
Jr.. defeated H. S. Parker. 6-8, 6-3, 6-2.
Third round Mathey defeated Roberta,
6-1, 6-2; Herd defeated Vanderventer, G-l,
6-3.
Engine House Watchman
Burned to Death in Shack
Hastings, Neb., Feb. 12. (Special
Telegram.) William Barney, 44 years
old, employed as engine house watch
man, was burned to death at his shack
m Prosser, near here, this afternoon.
Enveloped in flames he jumped
through the window of his shack, but
died before help reached him. An
engine was backed up to the place
and extinguished the flames in the
bunk house. It is presumed he caught
fire while lying in bed, but from what
cause is unknown.
He is survived by his widow and
three children.
Rural School Educators
Will Confer at Lincoln
(Pram a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Feb. 12. Speciat) A
very elaborate program has been pre
pared for the national conference on
rural education, which will be held
here on February 22, 23, 24 and 25.
Educators of national reputation will
be present and H. W. Foght of the
United States Bureau of Education
will preside at the opening session
on Thursday.
Among the well-known educators
from out of the state will be J. H.
Kelley, president of the Colorado
State Normal school at Gunnison;
Dr. Ambrose L. Suhrie, professor of
elementary and rural education of the
university of Pennsylvania; W. M.
Oakerson, assistant state superintend
ent of Missouri; A. A. Thomson, state
inspector of rural schools of Wiscon
sin; Chancellor K. C Elliott, Univer
sity of Montana, and about a dozen
other representatives of colleges and
universities throughout the country.
Oil Strike at Excelsior Springs;
One Well Capped, Drill Another
Excelsior Springs. Mo., Feb. 12.
(Special Telegram.) A strike of oil
here has caused great excitement.
One well was capped at 900 feet. A
second well is being drilled. A meet
ing was held tonight at the Royal
noiei oi on men irom otner states.
Two new drilling outfits have just
arrived.
DRILL IN ICE AND
DEBRISFOR DEAD!
Dozen or More Bodies Are in
Ruins of Minneapolis Hotel
Swept by Flames.
WORK MAY REQUIRE DAYS
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 12. With
searchlights trained on the ruins of
the Kenwood hotel, firemen continued
to drill in the huge mass of ice and
debris tonight in the hope of recover
i ing a dozen or more bodies believed
i to have been buried beneath crum-
bling walls and floors when fire
! wrecked the four-story structure
J early today, causing two known deaths
I and seriously injuring nearly a score
I of persons.
Meanwhile, the state fire marshal
is making preparations for an inquiry
into the cause of the fire.
Only one body, that of a man, had
been dug from the tons of ice and
twisted timbers in the basement of
the wrecked building early tonight. It
was burned beyond recognition.
Rescuers say it may be several days
before the bodies are recovered and
that the exact number of dead may
never be known becaus of the con
dition of the wreckage. All records
of the hotel were lost and the exact
number of persons in the building
when fire broke out is unknown.
; Senate Finance Committee
Approves the Revenue Bill
Washington, Feb. 12. Fina 1 ap
proval of the administration revenue
bill, as amended by the democratic
caucps, was voted today by the senate
finance committee and Chairman Sim
mons was authorized to report the
measure and urge its passage as soon
as possible.
There will be a big fight on the floor
of the senate over the amendment re
ducing the oleomargarine tax from 10
to 2 cents a pound. Many democratic
senators oppose it and were not bound
by caucus action to support the pro
posal. The 8 per cent net profit tax, in
creased inheritance taxes, munitions
excises and proposed $100,000,000
bond issue ot the house bill arc rc
: tained in the bill as it goes to the
' senate, the whole caluculatcd to raise
approximately $350,000,000. The net
profits tax is limited to run until July
1, 1921, and the munitions taxes
would expire six months instead of a
year after the termination of the Eu
ropean war.
Uvona Win From Fremont.
Lyons. Neb., Ken. 12. (Sperlal.) Lyons
Athletin ctnb basket hall team defeated the
Fremont Young Men's Christian associa
tion team here Saturday evening, 42 to :!l).
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BRITAIN'S WAR BILL
SIX MILLION A DAY
England's National Debt Will
Be Near Four Billion Pounds
at End of the Year.
ANNOUNCEMENT BY LAW
London, Feb. 12. The average
daily expenditure of Great Britain is
now 5,790,000, Andrew Bonar Law.
chancellor of the exchequer, an
nounced in the House of Commons
today.
The chancellor said the total ex
penditure since the beginning of the
war was 4,200,000,000.
At the end of the current year the
national debt wonld stand between
3,800,000,000 and 3,900,000,000. Ad
vances to allies and dominions would
be approximately 390,000.000.
The number of applications and the
amount applied for by the general
public for the new loan, the chancel
lor said, were larger than ever before.
The chancellor pointed out that the
total votes of credit for the current
financial year would amount to 1,
950,000,000. He said that was in ex
cess of the estimate of Reginal Mc
Kenna, chancellor of the exchequer
under the Asquith government, and
that the increase was due to addi
tional expenditures for munitions and
advances to the allies and dominions.
The average expenditure had in
creased by 1,000,009 daily as com
pared with the first sixty-three days
of the financial year. There also had
been an increase in expenditures for
the army, but it was proportionate
with the increase in the number of
troops, the army being fourteen times
as large as when the war began.
The amounts asked for, Mr. Law
said, would enable the government
to meet expenses until the end of
May. Of the last vote of credit there
had been an unexpected balance of
76,000.000.
In making advances to its allies,
the chancellor continued. Great
Bv hand
Britain considered one thing only
whether it would be in the general
interest, lie emphasized the impor
tance of co-ordination in every field
and that the conference at Rome had
resulted in decision in regard to a
policy to be adopted toward Greece,
which policy was now being followed.
Mr. McKcnua said that never be
fore had such a large credit been
asked at the beginning of a session
and that the government mnst be in
tending to prevent Parliament from
reviewing the expenditures during ihe
coming months, or else the monrv
thus provided should tide the country
over a possible Parliamentary recess
or election. Mr. Law said the ques
tion of a general election hail never
entered his mind.
Nebraska Retail Dealers
Hold Meeting in Lincoln
(Prom a Staff Correspondent. )
Lincoln, Feb. 12. (Special Tele-,
gram.) The eleventh annual conven
tion of the Nebraska Retail Dealers
convened here this afternoon and will
be in session until Friday.
The program prepared embraces
many of the live questions confront
ing the retail business at the present
time, with speakers from out in the
state to handle them. This afternoon
the convention opened with the sing
ing of "America." and in the evening
the members heard an address by A.
E. Swanser of the Northwestern uni
versity, Chicago, on "Present-Day
Tendencies in Advertising." Later in
the evening Emerison E. Smith of
Lincoln have a talk on "Advertising
in the Smaller Towns."
Present officers of the association
are W. C Elliott, Mason City, presi
dent; Cliff Brooks, Fafrbury, vice
president; M. A. Hostettler, Shelton,
treasurer, and J. Frank Barr, Omaha,
secretary.
Stagg Will Teach Summer
Foot Ball Out on Coast
Pullman, Wash., Feb. 12. A. A.
Stagg, foot ball coach at the Chicago
university, will teach foot ball at the
summer school at Washington State
college this year, according to an an
nouncement today by the college
president.
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Former Speaker of House Re
lates Reminiscences of the
Emancipator.
EULOGIES ARE DELIVERED
Washington, Feb. 12. Although
congress continued ill session through
Lincoln's birthday at work on the con
gested legislative program eulogies to
the liberator were delivered in both
senate and house and many members
attended a memorial service held to
night under auspices of several
patriotic societies. Senator Lewis
speaking in the senate, declared that
in the present international crisis the
issue involved the same issue of
liberty and justice which Lincoln gave
to America. In the house the Gettys
burg address was read and Represen
tatives Dill and Chiperficld made
eulogistic addresses. At the meeting
tonight former Speaker Cannon re
lated his personal reminiscences of
Lincolu-
"Lincoln and America," Senator
Lewis predicted would be the shrine
to which the world would turn after
the great war for a new dedication of
society to the principle of democracy.
Patriotic Demonstration
Is Given at Lexington
I-exington, Neb., Feb. 12. (Special
Telegram.) The celebration of Lin
coln's and Washington's birthday an
niversaries was celebrated this after
noon to a crowded house at the Ma
jestic theater in this city under the
auspices of the Grand Army and the
Woman's Relief corps. A splendid
progra mwas furnished. The speak
er of the day was J. H. Hoagland
of North Platte. The business houses
of the city were decorated with flags
and were closed from 2 to 4 o'clock.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
to Success.
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Creighton Will Dedicate
New Municipal Building
Creighton, Neb., Feb. 12. (Spe
cial.) The recently completed new
municipal building will be opened to
the public on Tuesday evening, Feb
ruary 13. by a home talent play, en
titled, "All a Mistake." Eight local
artists of well-known ability will
take part. The new hall will seat
nearly 800 people and it is expected
that it will be taxed to its capacity.
Included in the building is the pub
lic library, rest rooms, council and
firemen's chambers, hose house and
city jail. It is one of the largest and
best municipal buildings in northeast
Nebraska. The firemen's ball will be
the second event in the new hall,
which will take place on Friday eve
ning, February 16.
Father of Senator Beal
, Is Dead in Missouri
(Prom a fttaff Correspondent.
Lincoln, Feb. 12. (Special.) Sen
ator Beal of Coster received a tele
gram this morning announcing the
death of hia father at Mexico, Mo,
and left immediately to attend the
funeral.
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