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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MARCH 23. 1007.
TOPEK A BELONGS TO WESTERN
fscretarj rrrell Kaks Cffioial Btteant
f Termi of the Oootraot
G'NUlL WILL GO AFTER SHIVELY
Charges will n Preferre Aaalast
President of Wnlrra Association
and Board Will B Asked
to Reraore Illm.
CHICAliO, March 22. Topeka bfkmji to
the Western Bass Hall lRajrua, acr-ording; to
J. II. Farrall, secretory of the National
AftrrWtrrn of Minor Baae Hall Leauea,
In a communication received here today
Mr. Farrall says:
At the meetlnw early (n March at Buf.
fnlo, between myself, President Hhlvely of
the Western tisociatlon and President
O'Neill of the Western lenue, an agree
ment wns reached wherihy the Weatern
ljiKUA was to get a Toeka franchise upon
the payment of U.VO In rush and an ail
clitlonal M In a note payable In May of
President O'Neill aald tonight:
I Intend to aak the National nso;latlm
to make a ruling on the question of whether
Hhlvely can publicly ileclnre for outlaw ball
and still be a member of orgiinliod ball. I
propose to go further and ask the national
board to declare vacant Bhlvely's position
as a member t the said board. If the
membera of our highest tribunal can talk
outlaw ttae ball simply because they can
tt run the organisation to u t themselves,
then ltls about time for ua nil to take our
bats and go Into our own backyards and
Jilay base ball.
IlKEL, PROVES MIMIELFW1IIHI WIM)
Geta Fonr Falls from Lorn and Klank
In Plftr-aTn Ml notes.
Fred K. Iiel of Chicago proved equal to
the tusk of throwing both Pete Loch and
Kmll Klank twice each In ninety minutes
Friday nlht at the Auditorium. In fact,
he accomplished the feat In fifty-seven
mlnutea. The evening proved to 1 a real
carnival cf sport and sports, for the
matches were gixd and hesldt there were
two ex-world champions present, leldea
numerous other stellar lights In the nth
letlc world. Jamea J. C'ortett, former
champion heavy weight pugilist of the
World, was present ond was Intn diired by
Farmer Hums, who was acting as referee.
Ian McLeod, the former wrestling cham
pion of the world, was present. Ootch
fc-alned hla tlUe by throw-In? Mclynd. lun
enn McMillan, Wasem, Farmer Uuras and
numerous other wrestlers were also on
hand. The match arranged for next Fri
day night la to be between Farmer Hums
and Jim Parr, the Kngllsh champion.
Heel llrat had Pete lch for an opp nent,
and Loch surprised his numerous friends
by the game fight he waged. Heel was a
veritable whirlwind and made a splendid
Impression on the crowd by hla speed,
strength ond general knowledge of the
same. During his four fnlls he was on the
defensive scarcely any of the time, but
kept on the aggressive continuously. Loch
was able to atuy the first time 114 min
utes, and Anally succumbed to a hammer
lock and a be hold.
Klank was the next victim and Hel had
to flght hard to g?t him to the lloor. Even
after he got the strong young Bohemian
down the Omaha lad would rise to his feet,
carrying Heel with him. Klank had to
keep on the defensive the entire time of
hla nrst bout because or tne aggTesmve
ness of Heel. It was the liveliest match
witnessed at the Auditorium tT some tune,
OS Heel never let up for a second, but kept
aftir the youngster all the time. Finally he
?ot a quick hold for a half nelson and the
all whs over before half the spectators
knew what had happened.
Loch was able to stay 12 minutes the
' second time and put up a game fight. At
one time Loch got away from a crotch
hold and a Hammerlock. He had to yiuld
In the end to a crotch hold with his arms
pinioned bark In a defenseless position.
Klanck took the aggressive several times
In the lust fall, but It was no use, for Heel
would soon turn any advantage the Bo
hemian mlrht have to his own account.
Several times Klanck seemed to be a goner,
but ho called In his gxe:it strength and
broke away. A hammerlk and a half nel
son Anally caused his downfall. Time: 17
The first preliminary wns won by Morgan
from Johnnson In 11 minutes and Billings
Vf 1 1 1. wrAMtted for l.'i minutes without
if a fall. Tumbling and musls eomblned to
finish out an enjoyame evening s entertainment.
of Hat Value.
is, not the price.
but the fa thai
' worth the
$2 saved that'
been Informed that they wish to play gradu
ates and four-year men. No matter wnai
Minnesota and Wisconsin decide as to their
gamea with Nebraska. It la abaolutely cer
tain that If the Cornhuskers Insist on main
taining their present attitude. Iowa will
not meet them next fall. Just what team
will take Nebraska's place on the Iowa
schedule doea not appear as yet, but It Is
supposed that Prase university of Dee
Moines will receive the date left open, the
game to be played In the capltol city.
OMAHA MEN' INSIDE MOXtl
AMERICANS IS BRITISH SPORTS
Sooth Dakota Man Wlna I.nnar Jump
In Oxford-Cambridge Contest.
LONDON. March 22. The annual Oxford
Cambridge field oports took place at tho
Queen's club here this afternoon In spring
like weather and a big crowd present. No
less than seven Rhodes acholara were
among the Oxonian competitors, Including
P. M. Young of South Dakota. In the long
and high Jumps, both of which he won
last year; Albert M. Stevens of Yale In the
hammer throw, for which he also com
piled In It": W. E. Bchutt of Cornell In
the half-mile run, which he Just failed to
capture In l!0o. and W. W. Thayer of
Harvard, who was in the second string of
Oxford's hammer throwera.
P. M. Young won the long Jump; dis
tance. M feet 4 Inches.
Young. South Dakota, won the high Jump
with & feet SV4 Inches.
Ox.ford won the conteat by 8H to 14
ro'.nta. The American Rhodes aeholars took
hree firsts, the long and high Jumps, in
Which Young repeated his victories of 1904
and the hammer throw, while Schutt of
Cornell was third in the half mile run. The
Other Oxford wlna were the weight, half
mile, mile, quarter mile and three miles
Cambridge only took the hurdles. The
109-yard dash was a tie.
Stevens of Yale won the hammer throw.
Instance, 1M feet 9 Inches.
Football Contracts Blamed.
IOWA CITY. Is., March 22. (Hpeelal.)
All of the contracts with the exception of
the one with the University of Nebraska
have been signed up by the loeal athletic
authorities, and the foot ball schedule re
' malna Intact aa originally announced. A
practice game with the freahmen will open
.i)Hfi I the aeaaon on September 28. The game
' " with tho alumni will be played on October
. Iowa will meet the University of Mis
souri at Kansas City on October 12. Wle
cnnaln will come to Iowa City on Novem
ber 2 and the University of Illinois on No
vember S. Iowa closes the season St Ames
On November 2S with a game with the
Aggies. Nebraska does not want to play
x freahmen this vear, according to advices
' from Lincoln, but the local authorities have
WE MEAN to maintain our reputa
tion as skillful and painstaking
tailors at all times be the price of
your suit $20 or 150.
V have striven earnestly more
than a score of years to acquire this
Several cases of Individual Patterns
opened up today for the fastidious
EVENTS 0! THE R13JH.NG TRACKS
Jangle Imp. K to 1. Wins Third Raee
at Sew Orleans.
NEW" ORLEANS, March 22. Jungle Imp,
at W to 1, won the third race at the fair
grounds today. Dorothy Duncan, the good
tiling, bac-Kea from 10 to 1 to 11 to 2, won
the nrst race by half a length. Results:
First race, five furlongs: Dorothy Dun
can won, Kllamore second, J. J. Jr. third.
Second race, four furlongs: Lute Foster
won. Finesse second, Antolne third. Time:
Third race, mile and a sixteenth: Jungle
Imp won, Envoy second, Royal Dreeso
third. Time: 1:4.
Fourth race, seven furlongs: Posing won.
Gold Mate second, Uamara third. Time:
Filth race, five furlongs: Splon won, Sir
Mincemeat second, Soprano third. Time:
Sixth race, six furlongs: Telescope won,
lu.-led second, Loch Ooit third. Time:
Seventh race, mile and seventy yards,
selling: Warner Urlswell won. Dapple Gold
second, I'lnstlcker third. Time: 1.44V.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., March 22. Con
stable Golden of Hale township again in
vaded Oaklawn today at the head of a
band of twenty-five members of the Citi
zens' Improvement union and a number of
arrests were made. Only one favorite won.
First race, four furlongs: Rifle Range
won, Meadow Oreen second, Toro third.
8-cond race, five and a half furlongs:
Ballad won, Miss Cesarlon second, Sweet
Kitty third. Time: l:0Wfc.
Third race, mile and twenty yards: Leber
Gore won, Marlmbo second, Pacheta third.
Fourth race, six furlongs: Hawkama
won, Trcs Jolt second, Hannibal Hey third.
Fifth race, mile and twenty yards: Match
won, Rulloba second. Baker Waters third.
Sixth race, mile and twenty yards: Peter
Knight won. Hendlgo second, Jake Sanders
third. Time: l:4Sfc.
I8 ANGELES, Cal., March 22. ReBUlts
First race, one mile: St. 43rloft won,
Irish Mall second, Audubon third. Time:
Second race, six furlongs: Cocksure won,
Virginia Lorraine second. Lord Provost
third. Time: 1:16.
Third race, one mile: III Caul Cap won,
Bauble second, Tattenham third. Time:
Fourth race, seven furlongs: Judge Nel
son won. Lord stanhope second, Nappa
third. Time: 1:294.
Fifth race, Ave furlongs: Illusion won,
Roval Ascot second, Teddy Mack third.
Sixth race, seven furlongs: Rocky won.
J. V. Klrby second, Marpessa third. Time:
SAN FRANCteCO, March 22. Results at
On It lend:
First race. Futurity course: Joe Goss
won, Mlmo second, Norwood Ohio third.
Second race, Futurity course: Hand
Maiden won, Alta Spa second, Silver Line
third. Time; 1:13.
Third race, Ave and a half furlongs:
Menda won. Distributor second, Bogohama
third. Time: 1:19.
Fourth race, mile and Afty yards: Right
ful won, Christine A second, Funnyslde
third. Time: 1:48.
Fifth race, one mile: W'arte Nlcht won,
Sheen necond. Box Elder third. Time: 1:4S.
Sixth race, Futurity course: Johnny
Lyons won. Wool Sandals second. Cheers
third. Time: 1:18.
Fin ka asd Hssls Make Good Coore ia the
SCOftlS OF KRUG PARKS AND ST0PZ BLUES
Violent Heat PreTents Them from
Making- a Good Heeord firaad
Rapids Team Still Leads
BT. LOUIS. March 22.-Spec1sJ Telegram.)
No changes occurred today In the stand
ing of the leaders In any of the events In
the national bowling tournament now run
ning In this city. The Furniture Cltys
of Grand Rapids afe still In front In the
five-man event, with 277T; J. and O.
Schmidt of St. Ixiuls In the two-men with
Lira, while Marshall Levy of Indianapolis
tied Matak of St. Taul In the Individuals
Some of the Omaha men rolled In the
minor eventa earlier In the day. the best
work being accomplished by W. Bmnke
and T. Neale, who counted 1,105 In the
doubles and will get a slice of the money.
Storx Blue Ribbons and the Kmg Parka
rolled In the first squad In the five-men
event tonight, but the violent heat proved
too much for them. It has been 90 In the
shade on the street today and about 120
on the alleys, In the estimation of tho
bowlers. Omaha scores:
L. OJerde 1M
T. Neale 163
J. Blakeney 18
M. Huntington 10
W. Weber 145
W. Bmnke 1M
W. Brunke 13
T. Neale 214
and yards, was run at the Liverpool
spring meeting today and won by Stanley
Howard Bremnn. Tom West was second
and Patlander third. Twenty-three hors
Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska I nl
rerslty Teams Meet Defeat.
CITY, March 22. The Kansas
City Athletic club tonight victorious
In Its second annual athletic carnival. The
meet results were as follows: Kansas City
Athletic club, 3 points; Kansas university.
IS points; Missouri university. 15 points;
Nebraska university, polnta. and the local
Young Men's Christian association team.
Missouri won the four-mile relay ra-e
from Kansas and F. L. Jackson of Missouri
won the one-mile handicap.
Athletic Honors for Teddy, Jr.
CAMBRIDGE. Mess.. March 22 Theo
dore Roosevelt. Jr., was appointed second
assistant manager of the Harvard uni
versity crew by the university athletic
committee tonight. The appointment was
made from a list of a doien candidates, all
of whom have been competing for the place
by activity In securing subscriptions for the
crew and doing other work for the manage
ment. If the usual order of succession In
the crew management Is followed young
Roosevelt probably will be assistant mana
ger next year and manriger In his senior
Canadian Bowlers Cantlona.
MONTREAL, March 22. Three delogites
have been elected by the Canadian Bowlers
association to confer with the American
Bowling congress, the Western Bowling as
sociation and the National Bowling asso
ciation, to effect an agreement for the
avoidance of conflicting annual tournament
A Sale oi Magnificent Spring and Easter
Tailored Suits for Women and Misses at
Unapproachably Low Prices
ir2 219 637
1M 210 MS I
14 lf W2 1
100 IF. 4f4
144 1 75 4"4
146 149 44S
177 146 402
2j0 1H9 613
877 845 1.106
155 154 471 I
ItU) 178 654 1
Hneaton Defeats Keoah.
NEW YORK. March 22. Thomas Huest on
01 ci. ixnns aeieaiea jerome ieosn in
Buffalo by a score of 20 to 192 tonight In
the second of a series of three games for
the national championship at continuous
pool. Hueston's total la now 4o7 and
The news that Farmer Burns and Jimmy
Parr, the English champion, huve been
matched for their second time In Omaha,
tor March 28, will be good news to the
fraternity, burns threw Parr two out of
three a few weeks ago in what was re-
Totals 1W9 324 332
J. Blnkeney 17 170 13
M. Huntington 149 159 153
Totals 816 83 816
Oninha Fire-Men Teams.
Scores of Omaha flve-men teams follow
STORZ BLUE RIBBONS
Frltscher 146 147 176
Cochran -l 132 17
W. F Weber 126 1 53 lVi
Hartley 174 156 Ml
Francisco 162 182 164
Totals 763 77
W. G. Johnson 178 147 l."5
O. Zimmerman 169 143 16"
F. J. Marble 153 1 43 167
C. French 180 164 132
J. Bengele 119 158 164
eeen In this city. Burns Thursday night,
threw Pete Rooney three times In fifty
four mlnutea at the New theater In Coun
cil Bluffs, the agreement being three times
In an hour.
Brother Dave Is hustling around getting
In his orders for peanuts for the big open
ing. "I expect I will need to have a lot
for the opening," said Brother lave, "for
when the fans get to leaning back in those
new leather cushioned seats they will
surely demand goobers to enjoy a game."
Brother Dave has arranged with Pa that
no one will be nllowed to mix the red
lemonade but himself.
Bulletin La Platte, Friday Morning. To
Pa: Am getting a little weary, but think
I can hold out until I get to the street
car line at Fort Crook, when I will abandon
this little walkfest. Please have a barber
ready, because I want to look respectable)
before 1 visit the Smoke House. I think
this walk has Increased the size of my
calves and will also help me In getting to
This Is the first direct word Pa has had
from Autrey since he started to walk from
Mexico City a week ago. Pa will be at the
county lino with a razor and a pair of
i.i ills walking leg as he whizzed past
1 ori croon ana reiusea to need the can 01
a sentinel is not credited by Pa.
Play Will Continue Until Wednesday
irlth Day for Women.
ST. LOUIS, March 22. Many of the del-
satea attending the American Bowling con
gresa departed for home last night af.er
the final adjournment of the annual cjn
ventb.n and only those who are scheduled
for play In the tournament have remained.
Tho Dnwrain provides for contests ot In
dividuals, two-men teams and ftve-inen
teams dally, concluding next Wednesday.
It la probable at least one day of bowling
by women will follow. The program today
onened with two-men teams bowling.
The five highest scores made by the flrat
fllrht ot two-men teams reaunea: ri. t.
Ptrashur and George Host, Chicago, 1,108;
M. T. Levy and W. K. Cooper. Indianapolis,
1.086; T. J. Carter and R. H. Bryson, Indian,
npollp. 1.643; George Wualey and C. E. Lam
bert, Kansas City, 1.042.
The second flight of five-men teams com
pleted today's program. Following are the
three high scores:
Marlon No. 2, Indianapolis. t,6C0; Star
lights, Cleveland, &626; Marlon No. 1, Indi
The five hlgheat aeores made by the sec
ond flight of two-men teama resulted: M.
Seal and J. Shaw, Chicago, 1,094; M. Iau
and H. Medwtzky, Chicago, 1,087; H. Holt
man and L. Buddenbaum. Indianapolis,
97S; E. Zimmerman and E Bloom, Doe run.
Mo.. 973: J. Blanenlng ana M. Jiunungion,
The five hlgheat scores mane oy ins tnira
flight of two-men teams reaulted: C. Knoll
and C. Prouty, Cleveland. O., 1,166; W.
Brunke and J. T. Neale, Omaha, 1,116; L.
OJerde and M. C. Sprague, Omaha, 1,076;
J. E. Shannon and H. Paul, Cedar Raplda,
Ia., 1.058; J. Huuter and C. Swangeren,
May wood. 111., l.ofc.
Totals 799 718 778
Scores of Two-Men Teams.
The four highest scores made by the first
flight of two-men teams resulted:
, I I. lt.nG.i.r.n. ...an H nat fhlrjinro. . . 1.10S
m' T' Levy-W. K. Cooper, Indianapolis. 1,0-i , scizzors. The rumor that Autrey was shot
f - J ..... i. . rt , 1 . lilu wnlUlnff loir ua Via uhl..A.1 ......
T. J. Carter-K. ii. Bryson, inaianapons.i.mj
George Jualey-C. E. Lambert. Kan
The second flight of flve-men teams com
pleted today's program. Following are the
three high scores:
Marlon No. 2, Indianapolis 2.600 j
Starlights, Cleveland t.o
Marlon No. 1, Indianapolis 2.46i
The five highest scores made by the sec
ond flight of two-men teams resulted:
M. Seel-J. Slaw. Chicago L094
M. Lau-H. Medwtzky, cnicago i.imi
H. Holtman-L. Buddenbaum, Indian
E. Zlmmerman-E. Bloom. Doerun. Mo.. ,
J. blanening-M. Huntington, Omaha.... IM
The five highest scores made by the third
flight of the two-men teams resulted:
C. Knoll-C. Prouty, Cleveland , Ll&
W. Brunke-J. T. Neale. umana 1.110
L. GJerde-M. C. Sprague, Omaha 1.075
J. E. Shannon-H. Paul. Cedar Rapids. . 1.06s
J. Hunter-C. Swangergen, Maywood, IU.1,045
The five hlgheat scores made by the
fourth and final flight of two-men teams
H. Behn-J. E. Hartwell, Chicago 1,103
J. Nonneman-H. Schu, Dayton, 0 1.054
Charles Nelson - Charles Honendorf
B. J. Blng-G. Burghardt, Chicago l.Oui
J. C. Kuntz-H. C. Hendricks, Dayton... 997
Srorea of Individuals.
Individual bowling then began. The ten
hlgheat scores made by the first two flights
of individuals resulted:
Jesse Prltchett, Indianapolis 675
George Qualey, Kansas City 653
H. B. Farley. Kansas City 652
E. A. Baker. Indlunapolla 53:1
John Grotziner. Cleveland 635
J. Goodwin, Indianapolis
J. T. Peacock, Indianapolis
"Notice tho rapid manner In which Rube
Waddell works his Jaws when on tne ball
field?" aaked Al Orth one day last season
of a' friend of hla who waa occupying a
seat on the players' bench with In in at the
"Yea," said Al a friend, "I suppose It's
some kind of a nervous affection, Isn't it?"
"Walt until he comes In," said Al, "and
we'll ask him."
At the end of the inning In came the big
Rube, still working his Jaws In the same
rapid manner. "Say, Rube." cried Al,
wliun Waadell got In hearing distance,
"huw did you come to acquire that swift
manipulation Jaw movement?"
"Oh," grinned the Athletlc's star slab
man, "when I was living over in Canid.-n
I used to take my meals at a Joint wnere
they used to employ a bang-up string or
chestra to play during meal time. This
orchestra never played anything but the
quick two-step kind of music, and the first
tiling 1 knew while I waa eating I was
keeping time to the music. And I ain't
got out of the habit yet," added Georgi
Edward as he started for the water bucket
When Jack Crooks played second base foi
the St. Louis club he was a great pigeon
fancier, as was Outrielder Brodle. Thes.
two, with the then perleKa Breltensteln, the
filtcher, used to board In the same house
n the Mound City. "Brelt," who. tells th,-
story, says that at every meal Jack and
Harry used to talk sbout the comparative
merits of different kinds of pigeons.
Cine day when they were, aa usual, dis
cussing plgeona, a coy female boarder, who
was trying to make a hit with the good
looking Brodle, broke Into the conversa
tion with the Inquiry as to whether car
rier pigeons wouldn't go farther than any
1 other bird.
"Sure thing," replied Jack Crooks, who
1 waa noieu lor nia appeiiie ana wno it max
r I luuniriii iinu vile 111a 'l u villi itcu ill viic
F T1IIS unusual announcement is followed, as seems very probaMo, by the re
sponse it unquestionably merits con pi tiering the quality and style of the gar
ments offered at such remarkablv low prices, then even with our greatly enlarged
orce of help it will be impossible to wait on all who will be here Saturday afternoon, and
we ask all who possibly can come in the forenoon to please do so. This Special Spring
and Piaster Sale will be a credit to this store; it's the outcome of earnest effort to do
better than any competition.
WE BRIEFLY MENTION SOME OF THE VALUES
Stunning Tailored Suits at $35.00
$30.00 values made of finest imported fabrics, either of French
voile, panama or fancy material, in black and all the new
shades, every suit in this offering is a perfect model, beau
tifully tailored by expert tailors, 2 C ((
special price yJJiUU
$30.00 and $35.00 New Models In Fancy
or Plain Tailored Styles .....
Because $23.00 is the most demanded price we made great
efforts in getting together an unrivaled assortment of orig
inal styles to sell at this price. "We have been successful in
our efforts and every new model in fancy or plain style will
' be found in this offering in all wanted materials and colors;
positively $30.00 and $35.00 model's, at $25.00
SMARTLY TAILORED SUITS QIQ
BEAUTIFUL NEW $25.00 MODELS . . . . &M.SJJ
These Suits will be admired for their perfect taste and at
tractive newness; they are all perfectly made and tailored, of
best chiffon, panama and all wool fancy materials, all shades.
"We ask you to compare these Ruits with any of the Suits
shown elsewhere at $25.00 and even $30.00, remarkable
Beautiful New Spring Skirts. $3.53
To add zest to the Great Easter Sale we offer some
one hundred new smartly tailored skirts at T8.50,
regular $12.50 values. They are made of finest
chiffon, imnama. in black blue and brown, or
fancy materials, in all shades.
This is a very special offer
Sale of 0d Skirls at $1.95 -Regnlar $8.50
$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 Valnes
There are over 160 of these skirts, hardly two
alike In the entire lot; of course there are some
better values than others, and first come first
served, so advise you to come as early as possible
for best selections.
DA.ntlfnl Kexv Shfrt Uikl Hundreds-of dozens of charming new Shirt Waists
Beantllnl lew snin waisis made of the finest Uwng ore offered at BpPClal I)rlce8
hand and the entire leg and thlgii In the
other. The lnndltuly, who wu a grim and
practical kind of person, upon hearing
Crooks' assertion, said:
"If that's the case, I think I'd better try
some of these pigeons, as I notice a chicken
doesn't go very tar among; ball players."
B. J. Burch. Doerun, Mo 611
C. E. Lambert. Kansas City 501
Charles O. BchafTner, Chicago 4!"6
The ten highest scores made by the third
and fourth flights of Individuals resulted:
M. Levey, Indianapolis 624
I, . M. Qullla. Indianapolis t3
M. Schneider, Chicago 6'0
Matt Fesl. Chicago 647
Matt Faeti, Chicago 647
T. J. Carter, Indianapolis 546
H. Holtman, Indianapolis 6.13
C. Nelson, Chicago 620
L. Graff, Indianapolis 617
II. E. Elmore, Peoria 617
Following are the high scores made by
the final Ave flights of Individuals, which
wound up the competition In that class for
Ed Zimmerman, Doerun, Mo 9fS
J. Hopkins. Indianapolis 691
Charles Knoll. Cleveland 671
V- r"ty- 'f:velana SSr'U expected to develop Into the wonder of
T" i?" f.:..ii rA1"0 ' M " a outnpaw pucner. ana
A. R. Seyssler, Ht. Ixmis lb
Harbingers of Spring:.
The nlmrod raises high his voles
And cackles loud and high.
When In the spring a bunch of ducks
Goes speeding through the sky.
But for the fan, no quacking duck
Can hold him In Its thrall;
He wantB to hear the bluebird sing,
And then the cry: "Play ball!"
one Barney joy,
are making a lot of
a native Hawaiian, who
Is the first ball player Imported in the
United States. He Is a young giant of 24
summers they have no winters In Hawaii
weighs T'ii and stands over six feet. He
Trousers $5 to $12
Suits $20 to S50
WILLIAM JEftRKMO' SONS,
U09-1I Ho. 13Ui St.
60c Smart Set
Candy, Saturday Only
1Gth and Fa roam Sts.
Four Cliicao Teams Are Left to Flgrbt
It Oat. .
CHICAGO. March 2. Four Chleago teams
are left to flght it out tomorrow for the
banket hall championship In the central
division of the Amateur Athletic union, now
being played at Kvanston. Tomorrow the
teams representing the University of Chi
cago and the Meteors of Chicago will
meet. Another contest will be between the
West Bide Young Men's Christian associa
tion and the Central Young Men's Chris
tian association. The winners of these
events will meet In the finals for the
University of Chicago defeated Naper
vllle. 60 to IT.
Chicago Meteors defeated Hull House, 2E
West Bide Toung Men's Christian associ
ation defeated Evanston Young Men's
Christian association, 20 to 7.
Central Young Mens Christian associa
tion defeated Company C of Muscatine, la..
J2 to 19.
WEST POUT BEATS OMAHA HIGH
Laa Claim to rhaanploashlo of North
WEST POINT. Neb.. March C (Special
Telegram.) At the high school gymnasium
tontitht before a packed house tha local
high school basket ball team outplayed the
Omaha High school five by the score ot
29 to 26. This victory for West Point makes
them champions of Nebraska north of the
Platte, having won every game played
thus far this season. The locals, with
their dashing, whirlwind play, earned th
Omaha lads off their' feet. By this victory
the local five Is In line for the state chain
plonshlp, having to beat the wtnner of
the coming Crete-Lincoln game to rightfully
acquire tiiat title. Tha lineup:
WEFT POINT. OMAHA.
Zacek Left Forward...... Arensteln
Keet Right Forward Burdlck
l?tloren Center Johnson
Kich I-eft Guard Neavies
Bfefer Kight Guard Nagle
. Ketcree Bernstein; Umplra; Waeka.
J. L. Ahlln. St. Paul 6M
C. Arnold. Doerun, Mv 646
Jos. Wannemann, Dayton, 0 641
Five-Men Team Scores.
The high scores made by the first squad
of twelve flve-men teams follows:
Crescents, Kansas City 1630
Braddocks. Braddock. Pa 2.6.9
Consumers, Belleville, III 1.671
Bauler's Stars. No. 2, Chicago 1.540
Acme, Chicago 1,620
Tonight's bowling ended with the second
flight of twelve flve-men teams. The best
Silver Tops, Pittsburg I.5.1S
Schmelsers, Kansas City t4nS
Corner Club, Fort Wayne, Ind J.474
Kastors, Kansas City 2,474
Lelsys. Braddock, Pa 2,445
the first game he pitched on American soil.
whlen was at uakersllela, he struck out
WITH THE BOWLERS.
The Black Kats won two out of three
games from O'Brien's Monte Crtstos last
night on the Metropolitan alleys. Solomon
had high three games with 64o, also high
single, game wttn zid. scores:
O BHIEN B MONTE CRISTOS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Clark 1 161 1M 49
Kay 179 113 1&4 4-W
Matthea l' lnj 130 467
Orlrtllh 142 164 181 477
Fagerburg 171 169 114 444
Handicap Ill (
Totals S18 746 733 J.2S6
1st. 2d. d. Total.
Bpetman 162 167 141 4t
Joe Berger 146 144 14. 4S4
Camp 143 1M 126 4'S
Coffey 147 160 112
Solomon 108 164 21i ba
Totals 766 T77 738 2.270
Kw. York I'Blversltr Wlas.
PHILADELPHIA. March 23 The Inter
collegiate gymnastic championship was won
here tri'ht by New York university at a
meet held at the University of Pennsvl
van la. New York scored 17 points, Pennsyl
vania was second with lv points and liar
vard third with I polnta
Nebraska City a Winner.
PLATT8MOUTH. Neb.. March 22 8pe
clal Telegram ) The Nebraska City Ath
letic club basket ball team defeated the
h-laMBm""' turners Mere this evening
Score: 21 to IS.
Eremoa Wins Stanleekaso.
LIVERPOOL, March 22. -The Grand Na
tional steepiecnase of I.DUV sovereigns for
t-rsar-olda and upward, about four miles
the first five men who faced him, probably
from fright. Ho will play with Ban Iran
Cisco. He recently made a great showing
against tho New York Giants.
SALVADOREAN ARMY LOSES
Saeh Report neaohee Washington
from the American Consul at
WASHINGTON, March 22. The State
lopartment received the following dispatoh
odny from the American consul at Man
This government reports that on March
H an army of 5,000 Salvadoreans and 1,000
Hrmdurnns commanded by General Presa,
Salvadorean, attacked the Nlcaraguan
vanguard near Nnmaslque, Honduras. The
battle lasted threo days resulting In the
complete rout of the Salvadoreans who lost
1.000 killed. Nicaragua has 20,n) troops at
the front and will commence an Immediate
attack on Choluteca and Tegucigalpa,
Senor Corea, the Nlcaraguan minister,
has received a cablegram from his gov
ernment confirming the press report to
the effect that the Nlcaraguan navy has
raptured the Important Honduran Car
ibbean port of Cortez, where they proD
ably will repeat their success at Coiba,
and as Trujlllo already has fallen Into
the hands of Nicaragua practically tho
north coast Is In their possession.
The cruiser Chicago, which has been
patrolling the Pacific side of the Isthmus
and Central America, has gone from Aca
Jutla, Salvudor, to Aeapulco In Mexico,
1.000 miles northward. This voyage is
rr.ade necessary from the fact that coal
Is scarce In Central America and cannot
be obtained at reasonable rates In sufil
clent quantities for a large naval vessel.
The movement for Intervention Is gain
ing strength and Assistant Secretary of
State Bacon today received calls from
Senor Calvo, the minister from Costa
Rica, and Senor Corea. the Nlcaraguan
minister. It Is understood that he strongly
Impressed upon each of these callers the
wisdom of speedily terminating tbo pres
ent state of warfare In Central America,
as It promises to Involve all of the other
republics and Is almost certain If pro
longed to lead to the presence In their
waters of European naval vessels, with
possible Intervention In behalf of their
Senor Corea afterward visited Senor
Creel, the Mexican ambassador, who has
gone to the limit of his powers In tha
endeavor to Indues the belligerent repub
lics to accept the good offices of Mexico
and the United States In bringing about
peace. It Is evident that Spnor Corea Is
about to transmit to the government at
Managua some representations for Its consideration.
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PARKER A RAVING MANIAC
Man Who Attempted to Snre I.tfe of
McKlnley Committed to an
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. March 22.
James Parker, who attempted to save th
life of President McKlnley by striking
the arm of Ciolgoz as the latter fired
the fatal shot at the president, is In Jail
a raving maniac. Parker was taken in
charge by the police today and will be
committed to an asylum.
WASHINGTON, March 22.--James Parlcer,
the negro who sought to save the life of
President McKlnley when the latter was
assasslnatled at Buffalo, and who Is now
held In Atlantic City as a maniac, was
formerly employed In the United States
senate as a messenger, the place having
been given him as a reward for his action
at Buffalo. Senator Hanna secured him
that appointment. Shortly after Hanna's
death Parker left his government place
and went on a tour, lecturing about his
experience In connection with the assassination.
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