Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1909)
TTIFi OMAnA DAHT BEE: "WTDNESD A V, MARCH 17, 1909.
In a few weeks we'll be "rush-
! to tloAtii our stock will be
"picked over,". Jour order will
have to tnko it: turn, and there
mar bo broken promises.
. ' . ' ' . -
Come in now hi tcmi of later.
1. You'll have the choice of our
complete Spring collection of
2. Your order will receive better
3, And we'll deliver the clothea
promptly without fall.
F rom $25
Our Una of $3 50 Men' ahoea
meet every requirement of a
moderate priced shoe. You can
choose from several smart,
shapely styles having ' all the
appearance of a $5.00 shoe.
The stock Is velour calf, patent
colt and gun metal calf. The
shapes are the same as higher
f ' -is n. vt'ij popular yi iui
' Men's Shoes these days. We
! were hound ' io have the best
. I and
FRY SHOE CO.
TH K HHOUR8
Kith and Douglas
John Fred Behm
BSrUBUOAV OAJT SZSATV
f TOM -I-
Councilman 10th Ward
Ton can. vote fo me In any ward la the
Boston's New Hotel
EWk yon and your friendi hearty
welcome. No paini will be (pared
to make your next rail a. longer ana.
Excellent cuuira with service lha
be amid Hinouadinoji laitidioutly
appobted. Everything new, attrac-C'
live and wwy, with price reasonable
Cor. Boylston and Washington Sts.
TEL. 41440 OXFORD.
Dinner partita beloce and aher the
theatre will receive our epecial at
lention. Ladies w!iea hoppiof
will find it moft convenient to have
luocbeon bera With every known
comfort and axctuwoa.
Ainslie & Grabow Company,
HtakLno.TuUri Jk Empire, Beaten
New Ocean Homm, Swampscott
Hotel TAcUWUt Jamaica, W. L
KaU a Block I roam Hernia a.mnre."
COLLING WO OD
On tlie Block Between
5th Ave. &B 'way
Of fori aviect aocommodatlon to dis
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF, and
sfforus every facility (or the coin
fuit oC guesta. tSUuaied la lha very
Heart or the city, la a vary quiet
lialgbborhood, 1'oiivanlent to all aur.
ftoa eiubway and elevated railway
lines, and In the midst of the anon
plng and theater district.
Kouuia WUh IintJj $2 and fp.
Special ratea oy the month or season.
Restaurant a la Carte.
DTK K. HOISUY, SO,
New Haven liouaa, Uavn. Conn.
NEWTEAMS ON BOWLING MAP
Dean and Turner Move Into Second
Place in Two-Men Class. '
BRTOSWICKS MAKE GOOD SCORE
Kew Verk Five-wen Tenm Mnken
a,HHO and Tnke Second Plnce In
This (Uh Brooklyn Tense
in Third Place.
M lancet Scoree to Date.
Two-Man Team , .
Rrhwoegler Broa.. Milwaukee I."
V. Bruggwmann. Sioux City..--.- J
Larry Sutton, Rochester, N. I 631
PITTSRURQ, March 1.-The Brunewlck
f I vs -man (Mm tf New York made a score
of 2.Sju In the tournament of the American
bowling congress tonight, taking secona
place In thla claa up to date. The Brook
!vn Tntoratata team made a score of 2.S44,
one more than the Duffy of St. Louis.
whf have hud second place up to tonigni.
If. Dean and C. W. Turner of St. Ixu1,
rolling In the double event, advanced Into
second place In the honor roll In this event,
making a score of L. beating the record
made by the Klene-Chalmrrs team at Cin
cinnati last year, but falling short of the
mark ui hv the Bohwoegler brothers of
Madlaon, Win., laat week. Turner ronda a
score of S7 In his first game, this being
the alley record.
Five-man teams of Elk teams from Pitts
burg, Wheeling, W. Va.. and Taxentum,
Pa., rolled one same each tonight for tho
trophy offered by the Elka of Cincinnati.
a score ft S14, made by the men rrom
Wheeling, being- high. The Elks' team
from Milwaukee last Thursday rolled a
score of fWO, thus winning the trophy.
Five-Men Tenaa Scores.
Scores of first squad of five-men teams
Brunswick, N. Y 2,W0
Brooklyn Interstate. Greater New
Imperial, Greater New York. 1.7!
Vlvlnar I )nlr.hniaji. Molltw. Ill 2.TU
Century. Philadelphia J.0
Algonquin, rnew iora
whltA KlKbhanls. Philadelphia .JJ
Casino, Philadelphia J-?T2
1 1. tnw tv.vn, 1 n A
Sunset. Greater New York J.42
B. V. O. E., Deoatur, ina
Elks. South liend. Ind J.4SS
Pastime, Tetre Haute, Ind
The scores of the last five-men team
events tonight are:
Musee No. 1, Wheeling, W. Va 2.747
Fette No. l. W'heeHng, W. Va , t.8
Martins Ferry. Martina Ferry i.fi.'O
Great Northern No. 1. Wheeling..... 2,5
I."rrt llnnrr. Wheellnr...
Bollalre, ueliajre, tj
Peerless,' WellsvlUe. O..
Sprouts' Colts, Benwood, W. Va
Glen Lawn, Wheeling
Great Northern rso. z, wneeuua...
Fetto No. S. Wheeling
Mueoe No. 2, Wheeling
Wellaburg, Wellsburg. W. Va
Miiim Nn. 2. WheollnK
Hlajheat Scores to Date.
The highest ten scores In all events since
the opening ot the tournament are:
r.M.mnnn fllivuT dtV fit
T L a,.t,n Rrwhpatiir. N". V ....bVl
Henry Hoyer, Sioux City
Fred Bbert, Milwaukee
J. Blouen, Chicago
Major Tyeer, Rochester, N. Y
Gus Steele. Chicago
Frank Fo, Indianapolis'
Harry Steers, Chicago
Two-Man. Teams- -SchWoegler
Bros., Madison, Wis...... 1,304
Dean-Tuoker. St. Louto
Btolnmuller-Lirpert. (jhioago .-- J.J
Koehl-Mollng, Colli mbue hV
BlHs-Roservbauch, Grand Rapids. I,JJ
Solbach-OJilln. Colubmus, No. 1 J.JW
King-Murphy. Akron. CX !.
Green-Moon, , Hamilton, Can i.w
Hopkins-Tinney, Cleveland Lis
Brunswick. New Torlt
Dufly, St. Louis 8
Melrose. Chicago -
B. M. No. 1. Chicago J.S-'J
Howard Majors, Chicago 2.83
Bush Levin, Cleveland 2.797
Klondike, CHeveland 2.796
imperial. Greater New York 2,793
WITH THE LOCAL BOWLERS.
The Association league team defeated the
Cellar league team two games out of three
Sunday afternoon on the Metropolitan al
leys. Stafford, one-time star of the base
ment alleys, had high single game for the
Association league team, with 2W, and
Templln of the same team took high total
of 676 for three games. Hansen of the Cel
lar league team took all honors for his
team, with 642 total and 202 for single
lat. 2d. Sd. Total.
Rudlger 176 Ida 167 494
Templln JM ISO 67
Stafford 16 IK! 209 541
Fagan -Ul 169 438
Landgreen 166 167 169 49!
Totals 865 804 870 2,379
1st. 8d. Sd. Total.
Owvnne 12 166 H2 426
Weeks 142 163 166 461
N. Schneider 177 189 170 6X6
D. Schneider 107 145 171 424
Hansen 191 14 642
Totals 741 844 7S 2.629
The Bungalows took two games from the
Nebraska Cycle Company at the Metropol
itan Cellar league. Gwynne took high hon
nra, with a total of 490. Attwood was feel
ing good the last game and made 213. Haater
took high honors for his team, with a total
ot 41)5. Score:
1st. 2d. . 3d. Total.
Gwynne ITS 179 l::2 vtn
Attwood '65 94 213 472
Ward 13 190 124 466
Totals 48 463 469 1,418
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.
. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Berghotf 148 " 169 166 473
Ritchie 14 166 147 ' 443
Haiter 161 168 166 46
Totals 466 43 469 MOT
The Cudahya won all three games from
the Signal Corps last night on the Asaocl
atlon alluya, with Rudlger getting all high
auores, with 203 and 2U2 for high aingle
gamea and bHl for total. Tonight Falataffa
againat Slurs Triumphs. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d Total.
Rudlger S 176 6H1
Baker 144 172 lta) 4.6
Powell 10 191 166 " 637
Totals. '. 627 639 477 1,643
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Strider 16U 169 141 460
Perkins 190 162 166 518
Booth 14s 163 113 , 437
Totals 485 484 446 1.415
The Birmingham Range Company took
ftl 'f'e'Tf i .'i;
three gam's from the Chahot Shoe Corn
ran y laet night on the Metropolitan alleya.
whirli gives them a better chano for first
place. Martin had high total, with 668, for
his t-am, and Thomas 1H fir single game
for asme team. Charles Primeau was the
real bowler for the night, with a total of
6JO and ulngle game of 263. Martin won the
matched game with Balsor by a total of
120 tilns. Score:
BIRMINGHAM RANGE CO.
1st. 2d. M. Total.
Beaman 197 157 1 90 644
Kevt 1W 191 4 6
Drlnkwater 1. 14 166 196 664
Martin 1W . 194 194 6
Thomaa 182 176 667
4l 883 72 2.7W
CHABOT SHOE CO.
iKt. 2d. 3d. Total.
12 172 660
C 212 166 2M 630
16S 164 138 467
1.19 . 181 164 44
170 145 170 485
Foley . . .
868 . 861 897 2.816
KVK.VTS ON THE HlXAno TRACKS
Aadsa Wins tke Fourth Race nt
Emeryville from Mllford.
OAKLAND. March 16. The feature t
Lmeiyvliie today was me fourth race, at
two milts Slid a hall, and It resulted In one
of the most Interesting races of the season.
Only four horses faced the barrier, with
Mlliord the favorite. First Peep, the sec
ond choice, svt the pace for almost two
miles, when Orcagna pasaed her. In the
laat quarter Nailsu assumed command and
won from Mllford. which waa none too well
handled. First Peep and Orcagna were close
up. The heavily played Julia Power won
the i en-furlong event by half a length
from Early Tide. Summaries:
First, race, Futurity course, selling: Ra
conteur (ltw, Bcoville. to 6) won. Here
after (110, Mclntyre, 4 to U second. Aoe of
Diamonds (93, Taplln, S to 1) third. Time:
1:11V Platoon. Hteel. Collector Jessup. Ser
enade, Blameless and Dandy Fine finished
Second race, three and a half furlongs,
purse: Bixteen (98. Klrschbeum, 23 to 6)
won, Cinnamon (107. Sandy, T to 1) second.
Warfare (U16, Boreal, 17 to 6) third. Time:
0- 4fc Alarmed, Passenger. Creuse, Silver
Grain, Breeier, prince Winter ' and Dr.
Dougherty finished aa named.
Thud race, seven furlongs, purse: Julia
Powell (99. Clark, to 6 won, Early Tide
(112. Buxton, 9 to 1) second, Jim Gaffney
(102. Walsh. 7 to 1) third. Time: l:27Vi.
Ocean Shore, Transmute, Dergln, Pills, Joe
Nealon, Charlie Doherty, Purse Rose, All
ness and Royal N finished as named.
Fourth race, two miles and a half, sell
ing: Nadsu (100, Taplln, 6 to 1) won, Mll
ford (106, Walsh. S to 6) second. First Peep
(106, Archibald, It to 6) third. Time; 4:27.
On anna also ran.
Fifth race, mile and seventy yards, sell
ing: Joe Rose CM. Ross. 6 to 1) won. Red
Iaf (107. Scovllle, 6 to 1) second. Yankee
Tourist (96, Walsh, 9 to 1) third. Time: 1:46.
Mauretanla, Remember, Sake, Varieties,
Idy Alicia, Dainty Belle, Northwest and
Prestige finished as named.
Sixth rsce, six and a half furlongs, purse:
Fulford (98, Clark. 9 to 1) won, Prince Gal
(104, Archibald, 2 to I) second, Mary Davis
(97. Walsh, 18. to 5) third. Timet 1:20H.
Rubla Oranda, Little Jane, Knight Deck
and Judge Cronln finished as named.
Seventh race, soiling, on mile: John A (88,
Fain, 2 to 1 won, Ida May (105, C. RuHaell,
1- to 2) second, Montclalr (101, Rice, 10 to
1)' third. Time: 1:3&H- Humero also ran.
LOS ANGELES. March 18.-Santa AnitA
First race, selling, six and a half fur
longs: Shapdale (iw. v. t-owers, 7 to 10)
won. Miss Naomi (103, Kennedy. 40 to 1)
second, French Cook 108. C. Burns, 8 to 1)
third. Time: 1:19. Likely Dleudonne. Jane
Laurel, Belleek, Little Flush. Nasmerito,
Bayfield. Colonel K. Dick and Bliss Car
men also ran.
Second race, 2-year-olds, selling, three
furlongs: Silvia Fir (105, Kennedy, 9 to 10)
won. Lady Paret (107, J. Brooks, 8 to 1)
second, Mary's Lamb (109, Aubuchon, S to 1)
third. Time: 0:13V Camera and Sempro
nette also ran.
Third race, purse, seven furlongs: Crltlo
(1(8, V. Powers, 6 to 6) won, Clovne (108, T.
Rice, 11 to 1) second, Ethel Day (107. G.
Burns. 16 to 1) third. Time: 1:26. Rey Del
Mundo, Margaret Randolph, Sly Ben and
Dennis Stafford also ran.
Fourth race, selling, five and a half fur
longs: Timothy Wen (108, Rice, 16 to 6) won,
Kuropatkln (105, J. Howard. 9 to 2) second,
(.Rrawco (103, G. Henry, 30 to 1) third. Time:
I;?7' H1IK'r' K1 B. Paumonok, . General
Wood and Prolific also ran.
Fifth race, selling, one mile and a quar
ter: King of the Mist (108, Bulwell. 6 to 1)
won Htllerlo (106, T. Rice. 13 to 10) second
Captain Burnett (log, Kennedy, 7 to 1) third.
Time: 4iOM,. Ruhlnon. Whltten, Ooldway,
.rJSyvPal',e BJ? rBn- Oberin finished
second, but was disqualified for fouling.
l'JL. ou,0?' Tnll,n' flve a,,d fur
longs: Chief Desmond O01. B. Wilson, 9 to
HnnWn0n(9f;.Denny' " ,0 " eCOnd.
Soprano (103. T Rlc 4 to 1) third. Time
rw iZ nt,5enf-, B,Tlht Alb9rt. Catallne,
Our Anna, Woggle Bug and All Ablaze also
DOR 4. DO WIN S PROM HAYES
Italian Banner Defeats Olympic
.i'?W TORK- March l.-Before 10.000
spectators, a large majority of whom were
his countrymen, Dorando Pietrl tonight de
feated Johnny Hayes in the rubber match
for Marathon supremacy. The race was at
the regulation distance, twenty-six miles
and 3i yards, and was run over a ten-lap
track in Madison Square Garden. Both
men were In excellent condition and Do
rando proved himself the master of Hayes
at the game of long-distance running. From
the starter's gun to the end of tha race
the Italian led the American boy, being
spurred on by the cheers and plaudits of
his emotional countrymen. In the seventh
mllo Dorando started a heart-breaking
spurt which Hayes wss unable to follow
and before half a mile had been run, the
foreigner had gainod a lap. Again In the
eighteenth mile, after ha had taken a
breathing spell, the Italian again aet out
at a pace Hayes was unable to follow and
annexed another lap. Thenceforward to the
finUh Dorando merely Jogged behind Hayea,
winning the race by two laps la easy
fashion. The time was 2:48:08.
WOMEN'S RECORD IS BROKEN
St. Lovla Pair Rolls 1,034, Renting
Mark Set Laat Year.
PITTSBURG. Pa.. March 16. -The world's
recurd In the double event for women bowl
era was broken at the ninth annual tourna
ment of the American Bowling congress In
session here today, when Mrs. M. Kern
and Miss Birdie Kern, both of St. Louis,
The previous record, made at Cincinnati
by Mrs. Hull and Mrs. Roaskopf of Chicago,
Thirty-Five Track Men Ont.
IOWA CITY, la.. March 16. (Special. )
TTliirty-five candidates reported for the
Iowa track teum yesterday afternoon in
response to the first call from Captain
The meet with the freshmen wilt prob
ably be postponed until March 27, as It
will rush Trainer Mark C'atlln to get the
varsity Into condition for such a meet In
sui h a short time.
Only a few of last year's squad am In
school this year, but Catlln la anxious to
trim Minnesota and Northwestern in the
dual events, both of which are to be held
Those who have already signed the list
are: Collins, Squires. Lathem. Engstrom,
Haughielln. Carr, Miller, Glasler, Mounta,
Keef, Bluck. Bryant, Hasard, Hyland,
Hupp, Snakenberg, Stillman, Crump, Grubb,
Hartupee and Bralnerd.
Campbell, the ex-State Normal athlete,
cleared 6 feet 9 Inchea in the high Jump
last week In the gymnasium. '
Basket Ball nt Benson.
The West Sides and the Benaona will
battle for the basket ball championship of
the suburbs at Benson Eagles auditorium
Thursday evening and a hot game Is looked
for. Considerable rivalry has been worked
up between these two teams, and both have
been practicing hard for the event. The
West 8lde team with rooters will leave
48th and Ieavenworth streets on a special
trolley car at 7:46 sharo.
WELL SERVED" IN
Base Ball Magnate
Charles Morton, Who Disappeared in
January, Calls Up Brother by
'Phone in Chicago.
CHICAGO. March 16. -Charles II Morton,
former president of the Ohio and Pennsyl
vania Base Ball league, who d la.ppevred
from Cleveland January 12 last, hss b?en
found by his brother. H. I'. Morton of
Chicago. The former base ball official was
not In possession of his proper srnsos ami
was discovered wandering aimlessly about
the streets of Chlctgo.
Morton had been president of the Ohio
and Pennsylvania leaguo for four years
and on January 11 was cn a train from Ms
home In Akron, bound for Cleveland, to at
tend the annual nvetlng of the lengu.
Several of the managements of teams In
the league were aligned agalnt him for re
election as president and Mcrton took It
much to heart. Arriving In Cleveland lis
disappeared, never putting in n appear
ance at the meeting. Since then nothing
was heard of him until laat Thursday.
Thursday morning H. I. Mnrton, his
brother, wss called to tbn telephone In his
office In Chicago. Morton answered the
"Hello," was the message "Is . that
Harry? This Is Chick, Chuck, Charlio
"What!" responded H. V. Morton, -my
brother Charlie? Where are you?"
"Never mind, I'll call you again " ,
Morton, the base ball veteran, hung up
the receiver. His brother Immediately con
sulted Assistant Chief of Police Son net t! or
and had detectives assigned to the case.
Ite last night he came face to face with
his lost brother on WaJbash avenue, near
Van Bumn stroot. Charles Morton falldd
to recognise his brother at first." He was
eventually Induced to accompany hie
brother to his home, where he is now
under the care of physicians, who pro
nounce Ms aliment as acute dementia. His
wife has arrived from Akron.
HIGH SCHOOL AT BASKET BALL
Omaha, with Some New Men, Will
Meet St. Joseph.
The first of the two most important bas
ket ball games of the season tor the high
school will be played Saturday night. The
quintet from St. Joseph, which has made
an enviable record so far this year, will lie
on hand to take the locals into camp. Two
weeks ago the Omaha boys were completely
demoralized and had little hope of winning
The loss of Captain Burdtck and the ab
sence of Ray McWhlnney at center threw
the remainder of the team Into confusion.
It looked as though the chances of winning
more games were very slim. But a this
time Coach Cherrlngton made an important
discovery which brightened up the mem
bers of the team and brought hope and
cheer Into the hearts of the students. Cap
tain McKlnney of the foot ball team, who
has not been playing basket ball because
of outside work, was Induced to come out
for the team. He was tried at forward and
made good st once. Last Saturday the team
went to Blonx City without the slightest
hope of even holding the champion Sioux
team down to a close soore ,but so great a
help did the addition of McKlnney to the
team prove, that the Omaha boys not only
held them to a close score, but nearly won
During the last week the boys have been
practicing had, with Nagl at center and
McKlnney at forward. While this combi
nation does not permit of any plays from
center, becauso of Nagl's lack of height,
yet the speed and teamwork which the team
displays easily makes up for the loss.
ATJTREY LOOKS GOOD TO GRIFFITH
Mnnager of Clncl It edT Writes r
Ronrke Abont Players.
"Bill, don't look for Autrey. Have enly
seen him four days, but he looks good.
Ragan also looks to have a good chance."
Thus wrote Clark Griffith, manager of
the Cincinnati Reds, to Pa Rourke in sizing
up the base ball situation between Pa and
the Reds. It means that Griffith also likes
Autrey as do the newspaper men who are
filling the Cincinnati papers with tales of
the wonderful work he la doing on the
Initial sack for the Reds.
Griffith also wrote that he would advise
Pa when he had any players to dispose of
and would give him a chance to strengthen
up the Colts with anything he might have
on hand which he might want to send back
to a minor league for a season. .
Comlakey has also written to Pa that he
had a. splendid trip across the continent,
that he is having good weather and that
the crowds which are turning out to see
the White Sox in action are phenomenal.
Comlskey expects to return to Chicago
ahead of his team to arrange for tho open
ing of the league season. He says he will
be In Chicago about April 10.
Thursday la the dite set by Brother Dave
when he expects to wire transportation to
all the members of the Rourke family and
they will soon be headed for Omaha, being
scheduled to arrive March 25 and be ready
for a game with Joe Cantlllon's Washing
ton aggregation March 30 and April L
Dnrbln Is Cocky.
Blaine Durbin has given out an Interview
In which he says that all he wants Is just
one crack at the Cubs. The members of
Chance's aggregation read the Interview
with keen interest and put It right back
with the remark that all they want was one
crack at Mr. Durbin, so it looks as though
there might be something doing when the
Reds and the Cubs clash this summer.
Short Bits of Sport
The announcement that "Charley" Jones
will manage and play with the Denver team
and that Waldron will go to Lincoln means
quite a change. Omaha will stand pat on
Its outfield of FlBher, Welch and either
Bumma or Balden.
A battle royal at Fort Omaha tonight Is
something new for these parts, but Is a
game which is played every winter at Hot
Springs for the amusement of the sports
who winter there.
Jude has sent his contract to Lincoln,
making Green's outfield Judge, Waldron
Gunthorpe, the new half owner of the
Denver team, does not seem to be afraid
to apend money for the players he wants.
Jones and Hitter and some others cost him
Cincinnati papers quote Ragan and Furch
ner as to their opinion of some of the other
players, but do not say much of their work.
They may get a chance to show them
Some Sioux City writer suggests that
prcAably the first work of the Omaha team
when It reports will be to shovel snow from
the diamond at Vinton Street park. He ev
idently does not know that Forecaster
Welsh la handing out his cold weather now
and intends to give Omaha a good spring.
George Graham already haa a aub in hla
place at the Smoke House ao he may take
to the fluid aa soon as the westher mod
erates. He has, in fact, started to work
already. Pa'a decision to play him on flrat
at the beginning of the aeason hss met
with the hearty approval of Graham.
James Jeffries Is now famous. He haa
had some playing cards nsmed after hlin.
with the ten of spades designated as Jack
As soon aa tha snow leaves the corner
lots the small boys and tha future stars of
the great national game will begin to
choose up. It lilks aa though "mlg" aeaaon
would be pasaed over in a hurry to make
room for base ball.
Members nf the Omaha Rod and Gun
club are making frequent trips to the lake
to look over the new site and also to patch
up their boats for the coming of spring.
Ex-collegians are all worked up over the
announcement made by The Bee nf the
chance for Nebraska to play the Gaphera
on an Omaha gridiron next fall. The Amea
rnrnhusker game last fall haa made them
all eager for more good games.
"My 8-ysaj-old boy was badly consti
pated, had a high fever and was in an
awful condition. I gave Mm two doaaa of
Foley's Ortno Laxative and the next morn
ing tha fever was gone and he was entirely
wslL relay's Orino Laxative saved hla
Mfe." a. Wolkuah, Caalroer, Wla. For gale
by aU droagut - - 7
I l I'M '
RESTAURANT IN NAVY IARD
Daughter of J. Pierpont Morgan in
Charge of Venture Welfare Work.
CHEAP EE FOOD FOB WORKERS
Government Given lae of Warehouse
for Experiment Which It la
Hoped to Mnke Self
Supporting. NEW YORK, March 16. Mies Anna Mor
gan, daughter of J. Pierpont Morgan, will
open a restaurant In the Brooklyn navy
yard about May 1. As chairman of a
committee appointed by the New York sec
tion of the National Civic federation. Miss
Morgan has Just received her authorization
from the government to carry out this
plan, which alms to provide for the men
who work In the navy yards better food
at less money than they can now obtain.
In a statement today, M1ss Morgan said:
"We have been working for a long time
on this plan. The restaurant is vastly
needed. Most of the men now have to go
to the saloons for their lunches. We hope
to show the Navy department that the
restaurant can be run on a self-supporting
basts so that the government will take it
off our hands and perhaps establish others
like it in other yards where they are ac
The government has granted the use of
a warehouse, sixty-five feet wide and 240
feet long and 700 men can be fed without
difficulty at one time.
Miss Morgan's younger sister, the wife
of Herbert L. Batter lee, former assistant
secretary of war, 1s also Interested in the
scheme. Mrs. Albert H. Gary, wife of the
chairman of the United States Steel cor
poratlon is a member of the committee.
Other women who have assisted are Mrs.
Carnegie, Mrs. J. Burton Harrison and
Mrs. Frances Hlggonson Cabot.
Miss Morgan, who haa been prominent
for a long time In what she calls "welfare
work" was present in Washington last May
when President Roosevelt addressed the
representatives of the welfare department
of the woman's branch of the federation.
The suggestion of a restaurant for the
navy yard was made and President Roose
velt, it is said, gave his hearty endorse
ment. "I'm sure I deserve no more credit than
the others." she said today. "But that's
not the issue. To make good Is the thing."
Search for Petroslno's Slayers.
The four Italians arrested yesterday In
Brooklyn In connection with the assassina
tion of Detective Joseph Petrosino in Pa
lermo, Sicily, were arraigned In court to
day and held In 21,000 ball each, on the
charge of carrying concealed weapons. No
other evidence against them was obtained.
The sentiment aroused over the killing of
the detective la expected to result in bring
ing together of the police of New York
and the government In the work of run
ning down his slayers.
Mayor McClellan and Police Commis
sioner Bingham today decided to ask the
oo-operatton of the federal secret service
In thla task. It Is also likely that an ap
propriation of $60,000 for the establishment
of a secret service bureau to deal exclu
sively with black hand problems, will be
passed by the Board of Aldermen at Its
The aldermen will be asked to sanction a
apectal reward for the arrest of the mur
derers of Petrosino and the granting of a
special pension to the detective's widow.
Dellctons Bock Bear
Now ready in bottles. An excellent spring
tonic. 'Phone your order.
JOHNSON GOES TO SEE JEFF
Champion Changes Plan to Visit GnJ
veston and Starts for Enst.
CHICAGO, March 16. Champion Jack
Johnson stated this afternoon that he had
abandoned his plan of visiting Galveston,
his home, at this time, having Just re
ceived a telegram calling him to New York,
where he expects to meet Jeffries for a
Johnson's plans shifted with great ra
pidity today. At noon he was undecided
aa to a trip to his old home. At 1 o'clock
he suddenly concluded to make the trip,
and so telegraphed his mother. At 2:30 he
received a telegram from New York, the
contents of which he did not divulge, but
which seemed to please him. Hla plana
promptly changed again.
"I have got a chance to meet Jeffries In
New York, and I'm on my way," he said
to an Associated Preaa reporter who met
him In the telegrsph office,
Johnson ssys he will leave for New York
"I am surely going to visit Galveston,
but I may have to wait 4 wo or three
wkii, ne conciuoeo.
rMn-n Wlna frnna Bllllnga.
FORT PODGH. Ia., March 16. (Special
Telegram. V Lawrence Piergue. nephew of
Ootoh. won two straight falls here from
Leroy Billings of Emmet burg. In seventeen
and twenty-thren minutes respectfully,
tuillngs recently lost lq Thompson of Sioux
THE best one of the
ood hats is the
'STANDARD of hat
va1ue'" the famous
McKiBbin latest styles at
hatdoms latest styles
At all the stores
City, and Piergue wishes to meet Thompson
Magoon to Go to
Report that Nebraska Man Will Be
Sent to Investigate Diplo
WASHINGTON, March 16. Nicaragua
through Its minister here. Senor Esplnoza.
protested to Secretary Knox today that
the military and naval activity now in
progress in that country Is destined entirely
for defensive purposes, that it does not
contemplate making any attacks on its
sister republics and that conditions are
quiet within lta borders.
The minister went to the State depart
ment armed with a bundle ot dispatches
from his government and spent a half
hour with the secretary, during which he
discussed also the Emery claim, which has
been the source of dispute between the
two countries for years.
An Impression exists that the State de
partment may find It desirable to dispatch
a commissioner to Central America for
1VI on Never Grasped a Finer
Aroma blend lasting quality it's all
combined in this newest perfecto. Sumatra
wrapper, with quite a sprig of Vuelta Ab
aja worked in. The rest is a 4 ' Secret Blend. ' '
PRODUCED BT J. ALPERSON
CENTRAL CIGAR STORE
.WHEN YOU NEED
The Great Laxative and BloodTonic.
NONE BETTER MADE,
the purpose of making a complete investi
gation of the situation and endeavor to
bring about an undorstandlng between the
conflicting elements with a view to put
ting to an end. If possible, the danger
of future complications.
Secretary Knox waa aeked today as to
the probability of former Governor Ma
goon of Cuba, being asked to undertake
such a mission and his evasive reply lends
belief to the view that such a step Is being
considered. Names mentioned In this con
nection besides Governor Magoon, Include
W. T. Buohanan of Venezuela and Fran
cis B. Loomts.
Don't let atomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you. when you can quickly
down them with Electric Bitters. 60c. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Connors nnd Holdcn Matched.
Tom Connors, champion wrestler of Eng
land, and Johnny Holden, member of the
police department and best wrestler for his
size in the west, will meet Friday evening
at Washington hall In catch-aa-catuh-can,
beet two out of three. Some good prelimi
naries are also on the card, including both
wrestling and boxing.
Sturdy oaka from little acorns grow
sdvertislng In The Bee will do wonders for
'tvvlxt his lips
-i- 881 So. 24JIH Strl
A PILL TAKE A
Tho Only Genuine
Powered by Open ONI