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TTIK OMAHA SUNDAY HKKs- JANUARY 13. 1007.
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THROWERS OF THE INFIELD
Virion St j 1m f Propulsion of Various
Bif Loagroo flajon,
TYPES Of DELIVERY THAT NIP RUNNERS
telafeldt of the Ioterfol Whip.
Dahlen of the Iansjmaroos not
t There Method, Elber
feld f tee tvrlrt Bless.
best bnll player In the country. Dutch Wwi
ner ia Ira symmetrical than massive. Mu
slve though he In, ha li boundless In his
activity. When It come to throwing the
Dutchman can vary his atyle, Just aa hp ran
(or batting. Sometime ha tosses the ball
merely float It over to the first be.it, a If
to show hli contempt fen; the apeed ot the
runner. He knows what he la about when
he does this, for ha seldom faila to time
the throw correctly. Sometime, when the
time In short, hla arm describe a sweeping
swishing arc, and then he cut Koae with
(treat force. Like Dahlen, ha I frond at
drsn" throws, anil,' also like' Ihe NewTork
National shortstop, he can throw well with
feet or body In awkward pofdtlona. Whether
stringent rcgulstlons for Athletics was -not
unexpected, there I nevertheless great dis
appointment among the students of the
University of Michigan tonight. There la
a strong aentlment Ift favor of an appeal to
the faculty to have Michigan withdraw
from the "Hla; Nine" conference and make
overtures to the eastern colleges.
I'nder the rules confirmed today Michigan
loses Captain tlarrels, Joe Curtis and Cos
of the track team, Wendell and Caruthers
of the base ball nine and Magoffin. Ura
ham and iUrry Hammond of the foot Jall
BIO FIVE top THE WEST OHHASIXH
There are aa many kinds of throwera aa
t- "there are ball players easy, graceful, awk
. ward, strong, deliberate, fast snsp throw
ers, long swing thrower but whatever
may be. the styles of the different infleld
rs In the professional ranks, they One and
all have the same purpoae In view, to get
the bail to the base ahead of the runner.
The style doesn't matter If the get there
' is accomplished. Results count, not form.
' All there is to 'form is Individual. That
. can't expression. Insofar as It pertains to
' a. set or recognised standard style, ' has
"blessed base ball by Its absence. The bat
ter who humps himself Ilka a camel hits
the ball aa hard and often as the man with
the most graceful position and the thrower
-ho la aa angular aa a hat rack has as
' many assists aa he who propels the ball
V with the smoothest of motions.
' Bill Dahlen'a Awkward Work.
- There's Bill Dahlen, for Instance. Dahlen
Is not a pretty thrower. He lets go with
A side arm and rather ungainly motion,
. but ha Is one of the most reliable throwers
In the big leagues. He doesn't seem to
Tare -whether he gets the ball to first base
In time or not. Whether the ruoner be fast
' or slow. Bill never Is hurried, and In his
Ungainly way he covers a vast amount of
ground; and whether making a deep or
i a short throw, whether coming straight
;J in on a ground ball or going for It to the
. Tight or the left he la equally proficient
- . in making at) accurate throw. . His throws
!, look like lazy lobs., but In reality Dahlen
. ' Is a beautiful Judge of distance and times
; hi throws with wonderful exactness.
When It comes to a thrower whose
.tnethod is a treat to the eye for its grace,
peed and unerring .air; line night, Harry
Stelnfeldt, the third baseman of the Chi
cago Cubs, Is an accomplished actor. He
has a powerful arm and, while he makes
his share of wild throws, there Is beauti
ful harmonising of, lift and speed to his
flings. The ball goes with a bulletlike
fervor, which makes even Stelnfeldt's wild
throws attractive. He Is the prettiest
thrower from the third corner we have had
inca Billy Nash's time. Another attractive
thrower is Jimmy Collin of the Boston
Amerleans. Hla throws do not go with the
whining flight of Stelnfeldt's, but he Is
n euslcr and mpre graceful thrower. No
body ever was Collins' equal In natural
grace. From tha moment he goes after
a ball up in the air or scooping a dlffloult
bunt all of Collins' muscles and move
ments are In perfect harmony. Hla poise
Is a picture.
Ueoraye Davis la Insrsrrfnl
A thrower of the Dahler. type la Oeorge
Davis of the Chicago .White. Sox. Davis'
style is more useful than ornamental.. He,
too, is R aid wheeler. He suggests the
lumbering rather than the. nimble, but
makes no false movements and la one of
the verv beat Imlm In lumtm v,.h. I Glanle
. .t .. o. rr.nd.co.
" w lime iu , rviire me runnor. I gprasu.
If. he doesn't throw It Is pretty good betting , Johnaoo
that the runner couldn't have been, thrown
out He ia not a last thrower, but timely,
because he loses so little time between
pickup and hurl, a. . , -
Hal Chase, the brilliant young first base
man of the New York Americans. . has a
marked mannerism 'in his throwing. ' It ia
a peculiar lift of the ball to a point just
oyer and close to the left shoulder. There
Is an almost Imperceptible hitch or break
I In the movement of the arm Just before the
bail Is thrown, then, the hand shpots for
ward lust past the ear. This forward
movement is short, but accomplishes, as 1
much as one of Fltislmmons' short arm
Jolt a- The ball travels with great speed,
particularly If It Is going home or to third
base. When necessary Chasa can lob the
ball over a base runner who Is directly In
the path, and put It Into the awaiting
shortstop's hands. In time to nip his man.
There Is a magnetism and unrestrained
grace In Chase's play that no, other player
quite possesses. Apparently he never Is
till. but loses naught by his want of re
pose. The only Lajote throws, as he does every
thing else on the ball field. In an Indiffer
ent, careless manner. He Is the personi
fication of careless, supple grace. Thero
la a rather wide and free sweep of the arm,
but with tha movement so .well attuned to
the requirement of the occasion that t has
the ease, of everything else Lajole does. If
he ever la hurried he never shows It. He
la symmetrical In build and In movement. .
Quite different In build Is Lajole's great
rival in popular opinion as to who is tha
Kansas, Mlaaoarl, Iowa, Washington
and Nebraska Get Ton-ether.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 1J. (Special Tele-
tram.WTh Mlaanuet Vnllev fttn feVence
his feet be wide apart and, solidly planted j of Faculty Representatives is to he the
or one a long step ahead of the other, for a
quirk, swift throw the Dutchman pegs 'em
Kid Elberfeld Is a determined, vicious
thrower, who whips them across on a line
and uses his arm for all there Is In It. He
has a powerful arm, and though hla aim
may be bad at times, the bail goes straight,
whether Into the baseman's glove. Into the
ground or Into the grandstand. He brings
bl arm Up fairly high and la one of the few
who can make a strong, fast throw with his
feet planted side by aide. It Isn't necessary
for him to make a step to make a good
throw. .In that respect he-differs from Im
ports, who throws hard, but ha to take a
skip or two to get tha proper balance. With
all of his wicked, awl ft .flings. , Elberfeld
throws light speed. Jimmy Williams, on
the other hand, throws a heavy ball, though
Williams la noticeably accurate, He can
put the ball knee high nearly every time.
Bill Bradley, the tall and rangy third
baseman of the Clevelands. "makes a lariat
of his arm, throws with a swinging motion
and has such a reach that he seems to be
handing the ball to the first baseman. Few
can equal him at the underhand toss needed
to field a bunt quickly. He Is not one of the
graceful ones, but a versatile thrower, the
hand, aa a rule, about on a level with the
shoulder. His running mat. Terry Turner,
also whirls his arm about considerably, but
Is more of an overhand thrower than Brad
ley and makes more work of il. H Is good
at long distances, gets the ball away
smartly after fielding it. and like Dahlen, la
quick at recovering from a fumble. He la a
strong, slashing thrower, who seems to put
his whole soul Into the action.
name of an oraanlxatlon that was formed
here today at a meeting of representatives
from the athletic boards of Kansas. Mis-
ourl. Iowa. Washington and Nebraska
Dr. James Nalsmlth. Prof. Arthur
Walker and W. C. I-ans.Vr. Kansas: Dr.
Clark, W. Hetherlngtnn and lr. Monllaw.
Missouri; Marc Cstlln, Iowa; Captain it.
W. t. Worklnger, Nebraska, and Prof. C.
M. Woodward, Washington, were the dele
gate who attended the meeting.
The action of these men Is to hold kooi
provided their work Is sanctioned hy the
athletic boards of the schools represented.
r all the colleges approve, another meet-
ng will be held here In about a month, a
constitution will be adopted and the "Big
Five" will be a reality.
The delegates todar adopted the Chicago
conference rules with few changes. The
training table will be permitted. How
ever, the university conducting the table
must not pay more than half of the ex
penses. the athletes to pay the rest; and
the expense of the table to the athletic
board each season shall not be more than
Stun. No limit will he Put on the number
of games on a schedule. Freshmen elevens
will not be allowed to play games with
eamr representing other schools. This
leaves Inter-class games the only con
tests for the tyro elevens. With the few
exceptions, the "BUT Nine" rules were
WITH TUGS HOWIEHI.
Standing of the teams In tha Omaha
Bowling league at the end of the fifteenth
P. W. I Pet. Pins.
Btors Blues 45 85 10 ,TT8 41.936
Krug Parks 46 29 1 .644 41.K
Mets Bros 46 , 26 .66t 41,703
O. 13. Ka. .42 ' 23 19 ,.648 W.048
Onlmoda ; 42 21 21 ,6o0 38.605
Hamiltona 46 21 24 . 47 40,83:
Cudahy 46 13 82 . 2X9 38,fc;9
Dreshers 46 . 10 36 .W 38.061
Mr. Samuel Karpf.
naflnnal uwmlflfv A t
the American Bowling congress, arrived
In tha cltv vai terdav. and at 3 D. m. today
will address a general meeting o the
bnwlara at the Association alleys.
Mr. Karpf Is here in the interest of the
national tournament, to be held at Bt.
Ixiula In March, and also to promote bowl
ing In general. He will give some of his
Ideas in regard to -handicapping tear is,
that league races may be made closer, and
his suggestions should be very timely in
the Omaha leagues. It Is hoped that a
large number of bowlers will be present
to hear him.
Individual averages Omaha' Bowling
blff.U It 17
Mlll tl 1TI
THor 14 m
O f. rrocleo. . . 41 tie
Bmh : ..v.
Shaldoo . ....
41 ltt Zarp
41 101 Pruah
M 1KH Williams
M 11 Ctiaadlar
H. D. Rami.
Ill Remlaa ....
rranch 41 1U
Saaria . ......
. M 1M
. 17 lt.1
Hull's Colts ....
Ora. Bicycle Co.
Dally News ....
HI CaudlUo ...
B BY fA
Hare Is Absolata Proof of
ItatST AWAJI AT
ST. LOUIS, 1904
PARIS, - 1905,
Could there be more
ooavtnolng evidence thai
QUAKER MA.Ii RYE I
tke trM "WhJkj be
Ask tor It at any nr-slaa
bar, oaie or (true
S. IIIRSCII & CO.
KANSAS C1TT. MO
A. Sampaoii, Oeo. 8Jm Aft.
In the Commercial
Schedule for next week
Crtetoe against Dally News; Tuesday, Kl
Caudlllos against Black Kats; W edm Jday,
Ufe Malta against Armours; Thursday,
Falftafts against Hulls Colta: Friday
Omaha Bicycle company against Gold Topa,
All the teams In tna commercial league
ware in fairly gooo form, wltn the excep.
tlon of Hull s Colts, formerly called the
Carman's Colts, which team wae pulled
down by the Ldre Malts for all three limn
Kx -Captain carman ana nis men lost tneir
nerve when tt came to pincli bowling.
while Captain walens nad a good supply of
Ttna-er In ma team. Hen huh, tne rename
will captain the team In the future and
will try to redeem their lost laurels.
Judy or tne omana tsicycit company team
made a record for the season on the Met
ropolitan basement alleys, rolling 771 In
three consecutive games, 2tW, 168. 246.
Lav Ian still leads tne individuals, wltn
Beraer. Seaman and others following
Oamaa. At. Qanwa. Av
46 lUINalaoa II 111
It liijKaurmaa II ltl
II llllPolcar II 111
U Miiaa .....
14 M0! Ha
1 laolrrtabas ...
41 171 MrOaa ....
44 17 Haraartt .
U 171 Doll
17I Bnlar ...
M 174 Pulal ...
4t 174 Solomon ..
tl 171 ramwlaa .
1711 Pan ansa
VJ. Data .
17i Mckalry ,
at lrrlBoora ....
at 1171 wuits ....
II 117 sttne
I 144l(lrltk ...
4 144 Urimn ....
M ' 144 Baunuia ,.
44 C. glee ..
II ltl rxttnaa .
17 ltl! Nasi
. IT 141
. II 1M
. U lot
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, 14 U4
. II 1M
nilhert Leave the filanta.
NEW YORK. Jan. l'.-Wllliam C.llbert
who last sos son played second base fur
the New York National league base ball
earn, will play with the Newark team In
ne eastern league.
ENGLAND'S CHINESE PROBLEM
Oriental Tic Bald to Be More
Widely Extended Than In
LONDON, Jan. 12. (Special.) England.
like the f nlted States and the trans vaal
has Its Chinese problem. Even In the east
end of London a Chinese colony has taken
root and Is gradually extending Its area.
At present It Is true the Chinatown of
the east end is almost a microscopic affair
chiefly conflnded to Llmehouse Causeway,
narrow street running from West India
Dock Road to Three Colt line. Altogether
there are about a dozen cook shops, clothes
shops, boarding houses and laundries kept
by Chinamen, who have married English
The resident Chinese population docs not
number more than 100, but there Is a float
Ing population of sailors, sailors' cooks,
stewards and firemen of whom 2,000 or 3,000
pass through London In a year.
Opium smoking and gambling largely oc
cupy , the time of many of the floating
Chinese population. Out of 100 Chinamen
about thirty are addicted to the use of
opium and there are several opium shops.
where smokers Indulge In the fatal pipe.
The colony does not aa yet Include Chinese
women: The Chinamen seem to prefer
English wives and up to the present time
their children have been allowed to go to
the council schools like other Utile
Londoners. The troubles which have per
plexed Ban Francisco In the matter pf
schools for orientals have not arisen here
Exposures regarding the viclousness of
Liverpool's Chinatown have already, caused
widespread Indignation. Official efforts have
been made to gloss over the revelations,
but they have failed in their object. Several
public men who have travelled in America
have declared emphatically that the Chinese
populations ot New York and Ban Francisco
do not enjoy as great freedom in vice and
debauchery as do the Chinese of Liverpool.
The most outspoken of these critics Is Coun
cillor Sexton, who has asserted that the de
coying of young English girls by the China
men of the city is as common as their
gambling or their. opium smoking.
PAY OR BE SHOT AT BAKU
Blackmail at it it Sow in
Fielii ia. Eaiiia,
CHEERFUL LETTERS THAT ARE COMMON
Receipts tJlvea sr Revolatloalsta to
Their Victims The Money Ar
roaatrd For, Ton Counter
System of Assassination.
KING RECEIVES AMBASSADOR
Italian Rnler Saya He la
. Ho Did Not Meet
ROMB, Jan. 11 King Victor Emmanuel
today received In private audience the
American ambassador, Mr. White, who In
vested his majesty with the academic hood
of the University of Pennsylvania and
presented the king with his diploma as
doctor of law. Mr. White also gave his
majesty the medal bestowed on him by the
directorate of the Louisiana Purchase ex
position in recognition of the king's service
In ' promoting the Italian exhibit at St.
His majesty said he highly appreciated
the honor conferred on htm by the un
iversity of Pennsylvania and greatly ad
mired the medal sent him from Bt. Louis.
He was sorry that on account of his ab
sence from Rome he did not meet President
Francis of the exposition, when the latter
was In this city. Mr. and Mrs. White were
the guests of Dowager Queen Margarita
and of tha duke and duchess of Genoa dur
in tha day. '
ItAKl", Dec. 8. tSpeclal Correspondence.)
When you open a letter at breakfast and
find that written at the top Instead of
"Dear Sir," or "My Darling Love," your
attention is Immediately drawn to the
But here In Baku. If you happen to he
the hard-working manager of a rich field
with lots of wells yielding some !o0,M bar
rels of oil apiece every twenty-four hours,
you will not be so much surprised as at
home. Tou will know at once what la
coming and your first thought will be a
visit to your banker's.
"Our agents," the letter goes on, as
though soliciting the favor of your es
teemed orders, "will call on you tomor
row afternoon at 5 o'clock," Just giving
you nice time, you see, to look In at the
bank before closing and be back again,
"and you will give them the sum of 150.
Should you refuse you will be killed to
morrow or next day. Should you betray
our agents or give the smallest hint to
the police the whole of your family will
share your fate. Signed and sealed on be
half of the committee."
The seal Is a rubber stamp In red, some
times bearing the words, "Soclat Demo
cratic Federation," sometimes "Anarchist
The sum demanded varies considerably.
I think It is seldom over 200. for one
must be reasonable In these matters; and
usually It Is less. I have known a pop
ular and capable English manager to get
off with S, which ia a ludicrous exchange
Payment Shonld Be Prompt.
But when the agents ring at the door
and ask the servant If you are at home
and disengaged, the only thing to do Is to
pay unless, of course, you happen to be
on the verge of suicide and wish to save
yourself trouble and expense, or think the
world would be all the better without the
kind of family you have produced.
For there Is no pretense about the
threats. Refusal or betrayal means death
without phrase, probably within the day.
It has been proved over and over again.
it was Droved last week In the caae
of a well known and powerful manager,
who was murdered with revolvers. It was
rroved the day before yesterday, when a
Russian manager was disembowelled with
knives and lived a horrible time; though
I think In his case the real cause was not
a refusal of money so much as a refusal
of work, because he was reducing his
Anyhow, If you think It worth while to
live a little longer here below, you must
pay and try to reclaim from the company.
Whether the company will ever get any
thing by reclaiming from tha Russian gov
ernment heaven knows.
Government Too Bnay.
The government Is too busy with the
troublesome and expensive task of shoot
ing Its political opponents or sending them
to Siberia to undertake ' the protection of
commonplace cltlsens who have no perilous
notions about freedom. And what the
Russian government means by compensa
tlon Is shown by this new scandal about the
great famine fund, which has disappeared
Into some big man's pocket, and no one
dares to find out whose.
So the parasite pays, valuing his life as
even parasites will. The agents give htm a
formal receipt and politely take their leave,
I have seen these receipts, as well aa the
letters. They are printed on shiny crimson
paper, marked with the official stamp.
The Charity Organisation society inquiring
Into the habits and antecedents of a starv
Ing woman could not be more regular and
Brigand's Balanee Sheets.
In some cases a formal account of ex
penditure is afterward forwarded by post,
giving the items to which the contribution
has been devoted e. g.
Rv nnrehase of lines and cart
ridges 38 10 0
Bv manufacture of bombs Hit
Rv hire of house and water supply
for the same 15 T 0
By one assassination 10 0
By cabs for above , 0 8
hoi'semem without a change of expression
beyond a grave military salute and not a
soul dnred to bid him halt.
In the town there have been no battles
or masnacres lately and the outward ap
peirnnce of the streets Is usually fairly
peaceful. It Is true queer things happen.
Small F.vlilence of Authority.
At every hour of the day you meet small
aiuads of Russian soldiers dragging some
wretched susprct to headquarters, where,
as In Tlflls. he is tried hy young officers
about as fit to sit In Judgment for life and
death as young ballet girls, and less tender
hearted lesidi s. After 9 the streets are
almost empty except near the gambling
1 club and the Innocent wayfarer usually
comes shivering home without his coat and
On the day of my arrival, seeing people
running for their lives in front of the
Metropole, I naturally suspected the police
were at work, but on approaching 1 only
found two men lying on the pavement, shot
by each other with revolvers. I thought
It an Armenian-Tartar feud, but heard af
terward the cause wits tin old family ven
detta lietween two Tartars.
Yet as a rule the streets and oilfields are
now quiet. Most conspicuous men employ
armed retainers to protevt them or avenge
their death. Some publish from time to
time In the local papers a list of the men
who will be at once assassinated If any
thing happens to themselves.
This Is thought very efficacious and cer
tainly helps to preserve the peace. I know
one manager Who boasts he has 200 men In
hla pay, each pledged to kill some one If
the manager Is murdered. Pride may have
exaggerated the number, but there Is no
doubt about the system.
The large secret forces which Armenians
and Tartars have organized for their own
defence or each other's dest ruction bring
us to a question of nationality that 1 shall
have to mention again, in spite of its great
difficulty. It Is the main question of all
this eastern end of the Transcaucasia, and
even the revolutionary movements against
the Russian tkvernment hardly count In
I must also put off to a future letter aome
grave remarks about the present condition
of trade, which for the last two years has
hardly been brisk. If one Is resident here,
however, one has often to be brisk himself,
as 1 have shown, and that Is very much
more Important than briskness of trade.
H. W. NEV1NSON.
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T. S. I,nvelle Gets Better.
T fl I.avelle, the I'nlon Pacific awltch
1L ., -t, ver hv a freinht car in
man wnu " " ..... . - - - ,
the yards last Thursday morning and had
both lower limbs badly crushed Is Imprpv- .
The 1907 Stoddsvrd-DaLytoivs
The best car made for the price. We won't be able to supply
the demand this year as we have only
been allotted twenty-five. If you are
going to buy the best ear made, give
us your order now.
DERIGIIT AUTOMOBILE CO.
1818 Farnam St.
Also Afcrnts for lteo, Popc-Waverly and Ford
Automobiles and Motor IioaU.
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Ing nicely at St. Joseph's hospital and It 1. W f ( l ftt HC arTfaflll fP lf-Cf 1 I 1(7
thought that amputation or tne leri .eg wm lir-r- IT Ulll r&l4 ft IUUUVW 1VV J I " ,
not be necessary. I-avelle is marneo anu
resideo at 171H Jnekson st set
Hungarian Threatens Duel
BCDAPE8T. Jan. 12.-Mln!ster of Justice
Polony has sent his seconds. Secretary of
Stats Bolgar and Baron Kaas, the author,
to Herr Halmos, ex-burgomaster of Buda
pest, to demand an apology and retraction
of a charge publicly made by Halmos that
Polonyl had abused his position in order
to obtain advantagea for a personal friend.
Should Halmoa refuse ths seconds are In
structed to arrange for a duel.
BIO MSB MAKES Bl'T OXB CHANGE
College Athlrtle Rales Remain rrao
tteally aa Last Year.
CHICAGO, Jan. lX-Modlflcationa in ath
lslioa recommendsd to tha collages com
posing tb Intsrcollegtat conference for
adoption at the annual mtetlng here in
December were today defeated at a special
session of the conference. Representatives
from all the Big Nine schools were pres
ent. This aatlon manna that middle west
college athletics will remain aa they were
last year. Of ta four reooaamendationa
Extension of the foot ball playing
schedule from five to seven games; retro,
active feature of the three-year eligibility
rule eliminated; all atudents entering col
leg before September 1, UtJi, to be eilgtMs
to play on the football team four ytar.
Three-year rule and other rules of partici
pation to apply only to foot ball, base ball
and track niesta. S 1
The Ion recommendation that was al
lowed to stand was the uniform date aet
for the. beginning of foot ball practice, gap,
' Six favorable votes were required to carry
any on proposition. . Chicago, Michigan
and Iowa voted in favor of all questions,
Illinois and Wisconsin voted against ths
seven-game schedule, but In favor of ths
others. Purdue. Northwestern, Minnesota
and Indiana cast their ballots against
sverytbiug ssoapt the uniform practice
Of ths nine schools in tha eon fere nco
Chicago suffers the most by the action of
the gathering. Its base ball team will lose
iOrkarsali and Paul, and Parry- will b
barred from the track and Indoor games.
Mlchlgaa will lose Oarrols from Its track
vsnis this spring and moat of tha other
schools will suffer likewise.
ANN ARBOK, Mich. Jan It While the.
action of the tntarrvlteglale nonfrreno in
Clucdge today tu rvfuin W OnxU Ui
FORECAST OFJTHE WEATHER
Snow Todar la Nebraska, Colder In
Eaat Portion Probnbly Fair
rJf'. 9 .atfreV . .
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State Medical Institute
1308 Farnam St.
Between 13th and 14th Streets
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In this enlightened ago of tha twentieth century a Doctor's ability should be determined by
... , .. . .. ..nhi,,hed for the purpose of restoring to health young men, middle-aged men
The State Medical Institute has long abe.e l'11'? ihelr neglect and misfortune, and to save them the disappointment
and old men, who are suffering f torn tM evil reauiis u ,th unbusinesslike method and deceptive propositions. The
of failure, loss of time and mon'r often " W i Pl where all sick and suffering men can go with full confidence,
Eowlne?tat t Rnd I"mpUy CUred the 8h0rte8t P""ble an1 " th"
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11-Forecast of the
weather for 8unday and Monday:
Vor Nebraska Snow Sunday, colder In
east portion; Monday, probably fair and J wek n1 when they wer approached
Balance in bank 25 10
Amount of contribution 100 0 0
I suppose the thoughtfulness and ac
curacy of balance sheets like these are
almost unique In the records of brigandage.
But people tell me there are aome Items
suppressed, in spite of this frank appear
ance of bookkeeping. I hear whispers of
champagne In the morning worse than in
Poplar and unmentionable revelry at
night. I have not been able to test tha
thing myself, though I have visited two
of the restaurants which th so-called an
archists haunt and found the revelry al
most painfully meagre.
Character of the Blackmailers.
Of course, the men are not really anar
chists at all, for the anarchist la the Salva
tionist of revolution and will die rather
than kill. Nor are they Social Democrats,
except In name.' Some may be genuine
political revolutionists, but most come of
the diss that always hang about a gambl
ing mining city like Baku and they use the
political opportunity just in the beaten
path of livelihood. Probably nearly all
could be described as parasites themselves,
without doing violence to anything but their
I have more sympathy personally with
another method of brigandage which flour
ishes in tha wild and desert country out
side the town, where caravans of camels
go plodding into Asia and members of the
English Club go killing things for fun.
A few weeks ago three of these sportsmen
had travelled out some twenty miles for
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OMAHA. Jan. li Official record of temper
ature and preclpitatlim, cxwipxred with the
corresponding day of the last three years:
1IH7. ISpOo 1Hj5. 19-M.
Maximum temperature.... i J5 5 81
Minimum temperature.... 'SI 177 Is
Mean temperature 81 1
Precipitation 00 .04 At)
Excess for the day
Total excesa since March 1,
Normal precipitation .. iC! Inch
Deficiency for the dity m inch
Total ralufall since March 1 3 M inche
rVflctency since Marrh 1. 1S S.M inrhvs
IvfU-lency for cor. perUxl lo 2 K3 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period 16.... 4 W Inches
T" Indicates trace of precipitation,
Indies taa below aero.
U A. WELSH, Local rorecaster.
by the Tartar chief of a neighboring vil
lage, who captured them with great po
liteness and held them to ransom for
100 apiece. At first he demanded four
times that amount, but when they rep
resented that they were only clerks after
all and had relations depending on their
salaries ha displayed great consideration
and concern at their unhappy lot and al
lowed one of their number to return to
Baku fur tha smaller sum, while the others
were moat hospitably entertained In his
When the money was brought h not only
handed bark 4 apiece so that they might
travel first class on reaching the railway j
and enter the town In style but gave them j
permission to shoot over his country In
future, making them life members of his
hunt, it was an action that must appeal to.
our own gam ptvservea at home and his)
whole met hud of re straining poachers ap
pear to me far preferable to theirs.
When tha same party went out again
wHth other members of the club, protected
by a strong Cossack escort, he at once
recognised superior force. Superb In long
white kaftan and high, curly cap, his rifle
over his shoulder, his golden dagger gleam
ing at hla belt, followed by a few attend
ants, h roue straight through tb Russian
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