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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, TIlt'HSDAY, KKURVAllV 27, 1918.
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Copyright, 1911, National News Ass'n.
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FATHER AND SON FAST TEAM
Odin! Second Place in American
Bowling Congress Games.
TOLEDO MEN ABOUT THROUGH
Can You Draw a Profile?
Palm Dors Best Work of Day I
Singles, Almoal Itenchlnir the
Top ThronRh Effort In
TOLEDO, 0.. Feb. 2S,-Fpur pairs of
two-man teams crowded Into tho honar,
ro)l4n the American Bowling congress tnls
afternoon. They werei Trtam and IrUm.
iranlcr Jind Carney, Cook and Huff and
fidhobel tfrld Ripplnger. Irlam and Inain
r now,tn swond place with 1,16?. Thn,
pair, 'talher and ton, mado 243 and K6 In
the" second arid .third gomes, respectively.
Krunwx an Carhry went Into thllrt
nlacp with 1.13S througii connlstent buwl
iritr. Thf pther two tcurua tied for flgtitn,
)iltce witn 1,130.
In tho Individual Barnes Valm did t'.is
iH work, KctUni? :fe In ha laat nam?,
which rained h: total . to 618, nf tc- two
mediocre games at thd atajrt. Tin lait
quad of local flvo-man teams roll to
night, which practically winds up tho !o.
cal rcpreientaUon at the tournament. Ho.
I'alm. Tolfflo..-. Vis
Itartslnir, Toledo.., U
Judy. Toledo M
Kuhnle, Toledo .... . tf3
Cunnlngham-Dutgln. Toledo 1,173
8, lrlam-J. Irlam. Toledo ,.,i,l,lU)
KrancorCariiey, Toledo ..1,123
Prise List Adopted.
Th executive committee of tho Ameri
can Bowling congress adopted tonight the
prize lint for tho jrexu)it . tournament.
For the winners of the flvoman event.
ICXi Is offered; iriila Is' JI&O less than of
fered for tho samo. event last year. In
the twoxmaji event, t0 Is offered for t)io
first prize. . In ((he , individuals, tlW la
money amounts to jct.039. Competitor '8' Name
The" committee will recommend to "the , , .
delegates whei) they meet Thursday that iiaareSS
AMONG THE LOCAL BOWLERS
A Few Top Notch Scores Rolled on
OLD STYLE LAGERS SHOWING UP
Ilrrent tinmen JIhvc l'nt n Crimp
Into Pennnnt Aspirations of
Thirst (tnenchern Micas
The Jetter's Gold Topa ooK two games
from the,.Sportlng News In the Commer
cial league. Scores:
JETTER'S GOLD TOPS.
Solomon 171 1P5
Ohnesorg 2ft3 176
uoaen in itv
Pruyn 1 Xfl
Zarp , ..171 ,179
Totals 929 831 830
1st. 2d. 3d.
I.earn 213 189 167
Fitly 153 157 ITT
ffr Bclplo 161 160 ' 1&8
Shaw 169 175 200
Fanton .., 16(5 liW 179
uauuicap ...f.x ij m
Total m 908 910
In tho Metropolitan league the Sow
won three games from the Dough Mixers,
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Parker 155 178 -163 9i
Amdsen 1.172 157 17S Wl
schoencmanr ...10s l&i
Totals 525 490
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Conoway ; 153 041 14t 416
wcnuirer i& wi ira i
Shaw 155 155 163 473
Total 467 455 467 Km
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STAR AND STRIPES.
them. The last game the jewelers j
grabbed nil three with a total of 2.800.
Mr. Hansen of the El Pojios thought
he was on the Fort Omaha alleys when
ho shot that 459 total In tho Mercantile
The Beacon Press team was shooting
good. They totaled 1,610, every man hav
ing a good game, well up In the 500
Berger's Colts and the Slstz team had
some close races Monday. The Colts won
the second by eight plus and the third by
Jimmy Jams' tried to make 600 Mon
day night, but fell one pin short. Sonic
night for the Jaros brothers. Frankle
went good, too.
Tho Corey-MrKenzto team had on their
striking togs Monday night when they
roiled against tho El Paxos. They rolled
a nice total witn
Harry Prlmeau rolled 251 Monday night
In the Fireproof-Crown match. This
makes him tied with "Nellie ' Nelson fot
Brodegaurd's diamond ring.
ScIdIo and Shaw did the heavy shoot
ing for tho Old Stylo Lagers In their
record came. Shaw bad a 623 total.
closely followed by Sclple with 610.
Dutch Kolanchlck lion rolled such a
poor game recently that ho has given up
tho trip to tho Toledo tournament. His
latest scores havo been 405 and 442.
The El Paxos lost three struleht Mon
day night, the first series they have lost
this season. Judging rrom tho loail tney
havo this setback won't hurt them any.
Amsden has returned from the east.
where he was. buying birds of paradise
for picture hats. While In the cast he
defeated such sharks as Olen Rlddell and
Jimmy Smith. (Then the alarm clock went
Jim Howard did not come down to tho
Benson alleys Monday night. It seems
as if someone tipped him off that his
favorite team was going to' lose to the
Standard OH Stars and he couldn't bear
to see It. At ono time Jim wan willing
to bet his hank nsralnst n tank wnirnn nn
190 b3 this match.
rm.A I'M .1 c,.,1n T .. ........ .. . . , , -
Wl imo I in thn nennant nsnlrntlnns nf thn Storz
and the case had been especially assigned'
CON ALBRIGHT AT HARLAN
HARLAN, Ia.( Feb. 26.-(Speclal.)-Peter
Fromm completelj outclassed Con
Albright trf Rochester, N. Y., lit" a wrest- ,
ling 'match here Monday night for the
165-pound championship of the United
States. Fromm was tho aggressor at all
times and only once did Albright show
signs of superiority. k That was at the
beginning of tho Becond fall, wh)m he
went at Fromm with a rush, but Fromm
blocked him successfully and waa soon on
top. The first fall was gained by Fromm
In forty-four minutes with a scissor hold
and arm lock. The second fall went to
Fromm In faster time, seventeen minutes,
with a leg hold and half nclron. In the
preliminaries Jess Hopkins secured one
fall from Kid Tague In thirty-five
minutes. Yound Schell of this city, and
Tony Klein of .Defiance, . went; fifteen
minutes to a draw. More than t.000 peo
ple witnessed this match. Dr. Will Lux
ford of Decatur, Neb., referced.
ponod Indefinitely by Judge Carpenter 'ft
tho United States district court today be
cause of the prize fighter's serious Ill
ness. Johnson Is suffering from pneumonia.
Triumps by taking the whote series from
tuem. xno antique thirst quenchers
rolled a nice string of Karnes with 926.
946 and 1.006. total. 2.878. which Is high
team total for the date Cltv leaeue. The
Old Styles now have high scores In every
evum in me uaie uuy league.
-.ai.f . - 1st. 2d.
G. Johnson......,.., 151 187
Purshouse.v;;,.:..' j.193 162 .
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fhnv itelr1n 4hA IftnAfet hnll InMlfTltiln In
an American Bowims congress games PRIZE& FOR THE BEST PROFILE $3.00 first priae; $1.00
SSSJSinA second, prize; $1.00 third prize, and five prizes valued at
sanctioned by the congress from partlcl- $1.00 6&Ch.
oSLtioraUo t be amateura. AXL drawings must Totai.
Totals 675 869 S76
ntlAtuNTEt" pr.nTiuNn r?r
' 1st. 2d. Sd.-'Total
IOWA COLLEGES WILL .
DEBATE SHERMAN LAW,
AMES, la., Feb. 26.-(Speclal.)-'The
Sherman anti-trust law should bo wiped
from the government statutes." This
question will bo argued by Ames,. Grln-
nell and Drake, March 14, in triangular
debate. Ames will propose the. atftrm'a,
tlvo on tho Grlnnell platfprni and the
negative against Drake at Des Moines.
Bryn Mawr women's college, Bryn
iN'otes from (llenvrooil.
OLENWOOD, la.. Veb..26.-(Speclal.)-The
sad. nowa was received by Glcnwood
friends of the death at New York City
of' Ella Hanson Drake during or imme
diately following an opratlon. Mrs.
Drake was born and grew to womanhood
In Glenwood, and her home was-In East
Orange,. N J.
A short term of district-court was held
In Glenwood- this week. Several actions
In probate and equity were acted upon
This completes the January torm. The
next court bore will be April 15J Judge
The girls' high school basket ball team
defeated the college girls of Blair, Neb.,
Friday night, 16 to 8.
' In the-tlthbor" west of Tabor this t week
Rav ..Weathcrhead found a newly num.
hawk's, nest with a freshly laid egg In It.
r1il8,,(l,:,bonri,.d?red as sore jjlsp :of4 an
cany spring. -1..
When -Burton Holmes recently g8,Ve
his celebrated travelogue on "Fa.no.mg,';.
at- Orchestra hall, Chicago, be was seri'
busly Interrupted by continual coughing
of' tho audience. Many a good sermon,
lecture, or- concert is spoiled In the same
way. No one annoys willingly and If
people with coughs, colds, hoarseness
College Inns, Toledo. 2.GT4 I
2,655 I Atawr, Pa., has Informed the president 1 and tickling In throat would use Foley's
vMieffe iiiim. luicuu. -,u
First Assembly. , Toleao K. .3,560
lloltzermans, Toledo 2.55'J
Ktnsey No. .1. Toledo .. 2,558
upo rumen snow, toipuq, z.wj
kemarkmble Effects of a Rem-
dy That Actually Irri
gates the Entire
he on tho face cut out of The Bee. Competitors may submit
more than one drawing if they desire. Contest oloses Satur
day night, Mar. 1, 1013. Address, Contest Editor, Omaha Bee. lloweu1".:::::::::::: w
It sound queer to take a blood bath
but that Is perctsely the effect of a most
remarkable remedy known aa S. 8. 8. It
haa the. peculiar action of soaking
through the Intestine directly Into the
Joe Rivers to Wed
Santa Monica Girl
LOS ANGELES. Cat.. Feb. 2fi,-Joe
I .Rivers, the lightweight boxor, qnd Miss
Pauline SHrt, daughter of n Santa Monlcj
contractor, will bo married hero Saturday
They will leave Tuesday for Denver,
whero Rivers has accepted a theatrical
engagement, and proceed tjience to New
York, whero he. will meet Leach Cross; In
a second batlle over a ton-round rout.
DATES ANNOUNCED FdR
INDOOR ATHLETIC MEET
R. it. Cams, ixthlo'tlc sflpervlsqnjot- the
publlo schools, haa announced .that . tho
nnnual Indoor meet Will, bo ."under the
auspices of the Young Men's. Christian
j association ana w.ni oairia )i mo audi
torium pry the evenings of .Friday ( and
Katiirdaji, April fnnu s. Atnone. yip
oveii.s .w jMU.ny Xor tlio'ewulo
oonBTst1 of - four -members and Otic sub
Mltute. Each member will run ono lap
on u circular track, which Is 110 yards
Totals 923 b$4- 819 ',3,636
STORZ MALTS. I
1st. Sil. Sit. Tntnl.
Hall 181 200
Bedwell 219 J10
Hammond 199 175
n 1 fTP T v v i Eastman jut iks
Each Time Robbed :.- ig g
Three Times Scott
TZioin'fo TTonono fH'fTr
V XQlUtt IXOillOOUO JXVJ
of Ames that ono Ames, student Is eligible
to a Bryn Mawr scholarship,. The fellow
ships are worth 3525 .annually and a num
ber of them arc given to- students of
other higher Institutions each year. The
Ames faculty will recommend a candi
blood. In five minutes Us Influence Is at U AIWPVC RfW VAIMQ
work In nrery artery, vein and tiny capll- nHVVINCI C DUI WIIMd
ATHLETIC HONOR AT OXFORD
Jary, Every membrane, every organ of
tho body, every enunctory becomes In
effect a filter to strain tha blod of Im
purities. The stimulating properties of
B. B. 8. compel the akin, liver, bowels.
kidneys, bladder to all work to the ono
and of casting out every Irritating, every
ptln lnfllctlng atom of poison; it dislodges
lay Irrigation all accumulations In the
joints, dissolves acid accretions, renders
them neutral and scatters those peculiar
formations In the nerve centers that
caua such mystifying and often bafllng
OXFORD. Rngland, .Feb, C6.-W1U V.
Zlegler, Rhodes scholar from Iowa, won
the weight putting eVent today with a
put of forty-one feet nine Inches 'on the
concluding day of the Oxford university
Upon his third visit to Kansas City
during the last three months, Al. Scott's
residence, was entered for the third time
by burglars and the house ransacked and
valuable taken, The robbery was dis
covered by Mr. Scott upon hla return
homo with his wtfo and family.
Benefiting, from past experiences Mr.
Scott hid nil the Jewelry and silverware.
The thieves did not find these valuables
and contented themselves with-carrying
nu air, Boons oiop.es. .
Prize is Offefdr :;
The-publicity itireau ef -Uncommer
cial club 'has onlerod- a sllvenfrloVIng pup
to no given as a prize for job printing
at the convention of the Nebraska Press
association, which will hold Its annual
convention. In Omaha June 2, 3 and 4.
The cup will bo given to tho country
printing office which presents the best
display in job work done between now
and convention time. Each exhibitor's
display wilt be limited to ten pieces and
must represent actual work done. JVo
work done especially for the display will
Totals 1.000 323
Matthes , 170 167
wentnncK i iss lm
Hamerstrom . 162 217
Powell 173 183
Greon 179 185
Handicap 36 36
Honey & Tar Compound, they could
quickly cure their coughs and colds anil
avoid this annoyance. It Is a splendid
household medicine and contains .n
opiates. Fo- sale by all dealers every
Totals S56 1.0N
A. Bowers 199 150
Jackson 178 181
Bland 181 156
B. Bowers...., 191 236
Bengele ... 183
Golden Weildlnir at Talior. v
TABOR, la., Feb. 26. (Sp'eclal.)-Mr;
nnrt Mrs. Samuel J. Kills celebrated (heir
JII- golden wedding anniversary. Tuesday at
f IIICII V, . ..... .J 9VIIO U , U..U
105 daughter wej-e present,' besides tle large
majority of their twenty grandchildren.
Mr, Samuel J. Ellis and Miss Mary
Blair were united In marriage February
23, J863, .near Georgetown, Brown 'county,
Ohio.-They moved -In the spring of 1S71
to Fremont county, Iown, which has
been their homo ever since, excepting
several years spent In Colorado Springs,
Colo. Mr. Ellis was for many years
one of the leading merchants of Thur
man, or Plum Hollow, as It was then
called, but moved to Tabor about twelve
years ago, where he has continued to
JACK JOHNSON'S TRIAL
i INDFFINITELY POSTPONED
CHICAGO. Feb. 26. The trial of Jack
Jojinson op smuggling charges was p.t
Do you know why Man
hattan shirts are the heSt
in the world?
Their fabrics are woven
from the highest grade long
staple cotton- raised in
America, and from im
ported Egyptian yarns
carefully selected for their
tensile strength and
The cleveresT: artists ob
tainable (regardless of ex
pense) are employed to de-'
sign Manhattan patterns.
This explains the original
ity and exclusiveness of
-..Manhattan designs., . .
Wc are authorized' un
qualifiedly to guarantee
every Manhattan shirt we
sell, and to refund your
money if it fails to give
entire satisfaction in both
color and wear.
Our spring display is
now ready; Stop for a
look! $1.50 to $5;00.
MAGEE & DEEMER
413 S. Sixteenth.
CletheB Hats Furnishings .
Brown nutl Anderson Matched.
LOR ANGELES. Cal.. Feu. 26. -Knock-
out Brown, the New York llchtwoiuht.
who was defeated by Joe Rivers last
Saturday, and Bud Anderson of via
couver.i Wash., will fight twentv rouml-t
at Verfion on the aiternoon of March 15.
The articles signed today call for 133
pounds at noon.
4 Ana nest or ail. this remarkable rem
fly Is welcome, to the weakest stomach.
If you have drugged yourself until your
stomach Is nearly paralyzed, you will be
. astonished to find that B. S. S. gives no
' eeniatlon but goes right to work. This
' '3 because It is a pure vegetable Infusion,
Is taken naturally lntp your blood Just as
pure air Is inhaled naturally Into your
i The greet Swift Laboratory has spent
millions of dollars In perfecting, produc
ing mnA .l.nln. In 4 1. . h.nJ. . . V. . V.
T25lttB!? 1 f.lve. MOGULS EliECT OFFICERS
wwvt &wu. uaio irtiii a. o. o., lor Iv
knocks the worst forms of rheumatism
You can get It at any drug store at
si.va a come, it is a standard remedy,
.recognized everywhere as the greatest
''blood specific ever discovered, if yours
Is a peculiar case and you desire expert
.advice, write to The Swift Speclflo Co.,
17 Swift Bide Atlanta, Ga,
Billiard Tourney Dutea.
PHILADELPHIA. l-h. 26.-The na
tional class A 18 2 balk line billiard chani
pionehlp tournament, recently awarded
to the Vnlon leaguo of this oity by thu
executive cfiammlttce of tho National As.
sociatlon of Amateur Billiard Players.
TO SERVE FOR COMING YEAR
Totals SS0 915 829
RRANDES HIGH BAL1.8.
lit. 2d. 3d. Total.
McCarthy 183 165 215 663
O. Rice 190 186 200 006
P. Rice 181 120 13S 4X1
Toman 166 206 ISO 642
Yousen 154 199 187 540
Handicap 26 S
.. . . 1st. 2d.
Cain ....v.-,.i. 211
Wartschow ?.Z.K.... 188
902 976 2.7CS
llrlilRO Worker Fulls to Death.
FORT DDDGE. Ia Feb, 26. (Special.)
Gus Carlson, bridge worker; 25 year
old, fell from the central span of the '
Marlon & St. Louis bridge over Blo6d .
creek, south of Llvemiore, last plght and
wus picked up dead. Ills fellow workers.
employes of the road, are at a loss to
explain the accident. They say they sud
denly heard him scream and, looking, '
saw him falling. He lighted on a pile of i
Iron. Carlson had been In this country j
but a few months and has no known
relatives In this vicinity. .
Should Have Good Light for Studying
Authorities agree that an oil lamp is best. The light from
the Rayo Lamp is soft and mellow. You can read or
work under it for hours without hurting your eyes.
LAMP is constructed scientifically.
It is the best lamp made yet inexpen
sive and economical.
TUnntin Tn niic nil I
i nuuoHiiU i U"Uiti uiLU luhmke
IS PASSED BY THE HOUSE S
PIERRE. P. D.. Feb. !.-(Speclal Tele. Thlel , 122
Kruin.l ine iiouso mis "Jiernoon puaseai jjndlca P i . ... ... ... . 52
Hie new Jiquur iivviibo uiii, niiumi wu but;
"thousand to one" bill, but not until It
rtiulred for a saloon from i.ooo flown to I Thatcher 141
009 or major fraction, and then It failed I Slats 133
Gate City t-cmsar
3. S. CTIOSS.
2d. W. TOISI
(rlnnell Man Dies on Train,
M A RSI I ALLTOWN, la., Feb. 2.-(Spe- .
965 9S9 2.910 clal.)-Whlle on his way to this city to
appear In court to support his claim of
ti:,0O) against A. J. Clark of Grand
For Best Results nsa
Ask about quantity
price and ken barrels
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Island, Neb., Jacob Vlele, aged 82 years,
VjjI ot Grlnnell. died at the Union station
aa an emergency measure, lacking twonfn"
voteo of the necessary sixty-nine, on ac-Hoffman!
4'J2la' urinnen. aieu at tne union station
26 this morning soon after he' got off the
train. Heart disease, brought on by I
"3. , ... . . , . .. ... . I
lf$i oroncuiiiB, causea ms acain. vicio was
suing Clark for $12,000 for alleged irreg- I
ular transactions on the board of trade, j
701 715 70
The Moguls hold their annual election
of officers Tuesday at a banquet at
Wroth'a cafft. The following officers
were elected: High mogul. Edward Mert
safter; little mogul, Bert rand Weiss;
chancellor. Harry Ooldberg; scribe, Jo
seph Btelfler; master of ceremonies.
Harry Kulakofsky; sentinel, Abe Flnkel
steln; wceeutlgner, 8. J. Leop; herald.
Kmll Mesbaum; deputlser. Joseph Pep.
per. terpslrhoran, David A. Qohen: bard,
The Persistent and Judicious l'e of
Newspaper Advprtslng is the Road to
Business Success. j.
count of unavoidable absence of two
friends of the bill.
Tho house defeated the measure to re
establish free range by a vote of the" ! Bowllair oles.
people. It lacking1 one vote of going! Dan Daugherty rolled a 200 game last
ti.mix-h ri. vioiis. nxnA th ninhnrri week, the first in his lire.
. ' . ., Doc Cox Is now shooting a 16aded ball.
uuu ol . . . He bought that old dootorcd-up sphera
j ne senaio miien uitr uiii lur luiiuui 'of Frank LeplnSKl
fraternal societies, and the one to pre- uiiiy Loni U now rolling In the Jetter'
vent paying for names on referred pe- Old Age lineup. He has now reached his
tltlons. and a bill In that body today asks I limit, three leagues.
..i... in.t-,,1 nr .lotion r,rl The Mica Axle grease . team was so
4 . - - T
423 lssssssssssssssseissssasassssssssai , n a
sure of winning that they bet on It. Now VV gAUr I?ttISIt mnrlol
they are eating only two meals a day. T T euiy UttgltSl mOQei.
luvvn News Notes.
NEWTON The fine country home of
Charles Ieper. four miles west of here
was completely nestroyco oy lire tms
morning. The loss Is' 37.000, partly In
MAllSIIALLTOWN Dell Peeper. a
laborer who formerly lived In this cltv.
was arrested today on a charge of arson
filed by A B. Incralmm of Oilman, who
alleged Peeper set fire to the Insraham
blacksmith shop last Friday night. Peeper leAder with the Gordon Fl reproofs Mon
denies the charge. ay and took four out of six from
Old time bowlers say that the reason Trin nhrirr rf mrn vfir flrfi
bad pinfaiis is tne present aamp weather.
Bchoeneman Is anxious to know who
purloined that $10 sealskin cap. Ever
since he lost it his scores have gone
Frankle Jaros made a clean sweep In
the Mercantile league this week He
piled up a 673 total, Including one 200
The Brodcgaard Crowns rolled a, double-
careful in matters of dress.
Buy LION Collars fresh and unhandled
ia the aanitsry "I.U Staid'.' packafe.
Ask your dealer. 75o the 6.
"- Oldest llrsLna- tn America
Ualtad Shirt 4 CaIUt Csaaaav. Mikn.Tror. N.Y
Positively the'Ltst Cut at Tom
Kelley's Closing Out Sale
We in'uBt vacate in aiow days aud have made
tho last cut possible. You should reap the benefit
by purchasing now.
Worth up to $3.00.
$3,00 aud 3.50 quality
at .....; $1.95
Any Outing Flannel
Night Robe, worth up
to $2.50 95o
Any Oluett and Arrow
White ' Shirt, except
iptr full dress . . . .95c
35c and 50c Handkerchiefs
Tom Kelley Co.,
Worth, up to $2.00
at i 85c
Worth $2.50 to $3.50
Any Colored Shirt in
the shop, no sizes 14
and 15 75c
Paris and Boston Gar
ters, the 25c kind, 2
315 S. 16th St.