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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY. APIill. 1. 1003.
News of Indoor and Outdoor Sports
FIRST TRYOUT OF BOEBKES
Washington Wini it by a Score of
Ten to Two.
All BUT ONE RUT? OFF RITZMAN
Itkni . Holria (nlillnn'i lfn
lafr an Home Ran Only Om
Off Jnrrott--Heernlt how
lllle Wirt wan the particularly bright
tar In the galaxy which hone forth at
Vtnton atreet park Wednesday afternoon
at the Opening ff 'he exhibition gme
when Whtngton trimmed the tribe of
Rourke tD the tune of '.0 to 2 In a game
which had real merit, considering that It
wt the flrat game of the eeason. Willie
blew In Just before the opening of the
game, wearing a gren eweater and a
toe clip,.' and told Captain Franc that
be was t pitcher and a foot racer. He
was given a chance to break Into the
gama In - the aeventh Inning, after Va
blnder had been cracked on the ahlna by
Keeley. Willie 1 a wonder. He bad no
aooner reached the left gardn than big
Pickering knocked a high fly In hi direc
tion. Ha motioned for Belden to come and
get It, and when he nw there wa no
chance for that he aaanyed the attempt
all by hlmaclf. The ball wag muffed and
Willie do not atand ao well with Captain
Omaha fana had the double opportunity
Wedneeday of seeing Ta a new recruit In
action, and alao of aeelng the elars of the
Washington American league team at
work. Hughes and Walter Johnson both
took a turn at pitching, and while they
did not extend themaelven. they gave evi
dence of . being poaaesaed of the real
Tracy Johns, a big southpaw, almost as
big as Jack Pfelster. atarted to twirl for
Omaha, and right well he behaved agalnat
such noted athletes and before such a
large crowd. During the four Innings he
worked ha allowed but three hits and
no runa. nd did not paaa nor hit a man.
RiUmann occupied the box during the
next three Innings ad was batted all over
the lot for nine hits. Rulo Jarrott was
trotted out for the last two innings.
Downs wa the first man to face him,
and knocked tha ball so It bounded over
the middle field fence for a homer and
wY Johnaon followed with a single, but
that was all they got.
Hew Men Look Good.
The fans were well pleased with some of
tha new talent which Pa presented for the
first time In Omaha. Smith the ul.lllty ln
flelder from the east, played short and took
nine chances without a wobble. Vasblnder
made good with the manngement. and also
looked good to the fans. He takes the
position cf a real batsman and is fast. A
pitched ball put him out of commission in
the sixth .Inning. Pendry did not have a
chance to aliow what he could do In the
fielding line except In practice, for Joe
Cantlllont big. fellow did pot knock the
balls In his direction. Red Fisher played
the bench, as he is a little sore from the
hard work which Captain Franck has been
putting the boys through. IaBrand has
his batting eAe and In twice up hit the ball
both times, a single anil double and made
one) 'I the two runs, scored by Omaha,
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WILLIAM JKIUtUMS' SOX8,
MMM fcoutls 16th bU
Sumtn. who played the right garden, had
one fielding chance, which he accepted,
but did not register a hit.
Downs has ben In Omaha before am'
sfler a varied career In the big leagu.
goes lo be Moines to Join Mike Csntlllnn s
Minneapolis tesm. Rspp. who caught the
game. Is also a Minneapolis cstcher.. and
J. Johnson has bten farmed out to Penria
for the season.
lugg,- Rill Schlpke was accorded his
usual warm Welcome when he came to bat
and demonstrated that he waa entitled to
the cognomen which waa given to him In
Omaha, by knocking out a corking three
The same teams will cavort again this af
ternoon when both managers promise to
trot out some new talent to Interest the
King. h a o
Per dry. Jb 1
Vsblndr. If 2 0
Wirt. If J o
Welch, cf J n
Relden. cf 1 0
Summa. rf 4 n
Smith, s 4 e
Claire, lb 4 0
Cadman. e J n
t-e Rrand. c t '
Johns, p 1 a
Kitimann. p 1 0
Jarrott, p i n
Totals .. 2 37 15 1
AR R. H
Pickering, cf g
Freeman, lb S
J. Johnson, rf 6
Mc Bride, as 4
Rspp. c 4
W. Johnson, p...
.30 1A IS 27 11
,. A A A A A 1 1 AO 2
.01 S00020 1-S
Washington Runs 0 A A A I 3 2 1 A 10
Hits 1 A A 2 6 3 2 2 A 16
Tao-base hits: I Rrand. Pickering,
Freemen. Three-base hits: Freeman. R:pp,
Schlpke. Home run: Downs. First base
on balls: Off Rltsmsn. 1; off Keelev. 1.
Hit with pitched hall: By Keeley. 2. Struck
out: By Jaunt t. 1; by Hughes, 1; by
Kf dry, 4; by Johnson, i. Deft on bases:
Omshn, 8; Washington. 6. Double piny:
"lalre to Cadman to Pendry to Cadman.
Stolen bases:. J. Johnaon. Downs. Sacrifice
hits: Pendry. McBride. Keeley. Hits: Off
Johns, 3 In four Innings; off Rltrmaji, 9 in
three inning: off Jarrott, 2 In one Inning;
off Hughes. 3 In three Innlrgs; off Keeley,
none In three Innings: off Johnaon, 3 In
three Innings. Time: l':45.
STATU OF PI, A VER HENDERSON
National Commission Rales Former
Ontlnw Belong; to Cleveland.
CINCINNATI. March 31. -The National
Rase Rail commission today announced the
Attention is called to the published claim
that the Cleveland club has secured the
services of Player J. B. Henderson of the
outlaw Stockton club, and that In return
they tranaferred two players to the Hort
Isnd club of the Pacific Coast league for
his release. The Boston club claims that
title to this player Is vested In It.
An agreement has been filed with the
commission by the Cleveland club whereby
they release Players Graney and Breen to
the Portland club, the conslderstlon being
that the Cleveland club shall have the pick
of any player of the Portland club during
the season of Pt. and furthermore that In
the event that Pitcher Henderson Is roln
ststed Into organised base ball, that they
shall have an option on this pitcher's re
lease. This being a dispute between an
American league club and a National league
club, under the agreement the right to the
player shall be established by the chair
man of the commission without the aid of
his associates. . -
The evidence submitted shows the Boston
National league club negotiated for the
services of this player with the Portland
club In 1907, and that he was carried on
the Boston club's list for two years.
It appears, however, that the negotiations
between tha Portland club and the Boston
National league club for the release of the
player were, never closed.
It further appears that tha Boston club
was to secure the services of this player
for a tryout and that they were to give In
return aome consideration and the choice
of some players In the year following the
release of the player to the Boston club.
Had an agreement of thla kind been pie
sen ted to ths commission it would have
been rejected, because all minor lrigue
players are subject to draft unless they
are sold previous to August 20 of each
year. The finding of the chairman of the
commission Is that the Boston National
league club never secured title to this player
and their claim for his services are there
fore rejected. It Is evident hat the Port
land club takea the same view of this case
or they would not hsve entered Into the
agreement with the Cleveland club. This
latter agreement being In proper form was
spproved by the commission ajid the player
awarded to the Cleveland American league
club when the Ineligibility against the
player has been removed by the National
Base Ball association.
Inai Falls Tennis Men Reoraranlae.
SIOCX FAI.liS, 8. D.. M irch 31. tSpe
clal.l The Sioux Falls Tennis club, which
counts among Its membership some of the
crack player of the northwest, has been
reorganised for the coming season. At
the annual business meeting of the mem
ber tha following officers were elected for
the coming year: President. Oeoige R.
Douthit; vice president, Tore Teigen; secretary-treasurer.
John O. Karton; official
handlcapper. Frotl K. Phillips. J. U Bar
cley, A. S. Iurie and Lewis 1-arson were
elected a committee on grounds, while W.
R. Ronald, C. M. Day and XV. C. Cook
were elected as a booster committee. The
double and single championships of the
state are held by members of the club. It
Is planned to send a score or more ot
players tn the annual tournament of the
South Dakota Tennis association, which
will be held at Mitchell In June.
Oan rlnh "hoot at Atlantic.
ATUANTIC. 1.. March 31 (Seclal. At
tha local Gun club shoot at the fairgrounds
yenterdav, Meesrs. Spencer and Whitney,
the crack gunners, were present. The day
wss cloudy and bad anj hence the scores
were not up to the usual mark. They wer?
as follow; Shot. Broke.
Spencer I'm l'"
Annleman 19 13
Berg - i-1'
O. Hlchley 120
Bodies Mot et Recovered.
WATERLOO, la., March l.-tSpec!al Tel
egram.) The bodies of the men drowned
Sunday are still unrecovered and rewards
amounting to 3S3 have' been offereu for
them. Many are searching diligently.
for I S0
Complete with over 400
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Edittd by the official tcottr,
with exclusive action
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KENNEDY WINS FROM BOAKES
Revenge at Squash Ball Taken by
Omaban From Boakti 3 2.
GAME AT RACQUET CLUB FAST
thlraaro Fana tame Oaf With Pro
fessor Ronkea, Who Says ee4a
More Tryoata Before Meeting;
Kennedy A grain.
"Spike" Kennedy put It oer Prof. Henry
Rnakes of the Chicago Athletic club In
squash Wednesday afternoon. 3 to 2. The
melody was like this;
First gsnie, 10-15.
Second gsme. IS-".
Third game. 15-12.
Fourth game. 10-15.
Fifth game. 15-9
In spite of his 5 yesrs. "the old sport."
as he Joshlngly calls himself, put up a
stiff fight, and It looked like his match
the greater part of the time. However,
Rnakes tried to rvn "Spike," but Thomas
Frank wouldn't be run, much to the for
"It wa a hard match," said the de
feated Chicaa-oan afterward. "Kennedy
steady, persistent work, his strong return
and his speed proved too much for me."
The match was merely an exhibition,
nd a return contest for the one Kennedy
played at Chicago with the professor
couple of months ago, when the score of
3 to 2 waa turned In favor of Boake. A
congenial bunch of club member and
their Chicago guest witnessed It on one of
the courts of the snug Racquet club.
Starting strong and with things appar
ently going Just as he pleaaed, Boake
easily won the first game of the match.
15-10. But Spike came back In the next
and trimmed him with an ease that at
first looked as If Boakes was Just play
ing possum, the score being 15-7.
Kennedy Doe the nasalag,
It waa feared that the local favorite
might ha.ve tough luck again with hi
hand, which failed him at Chicago by
developing a cramp.. However, Spike con
tinued to do things and won the third
game, 15-12. after a strenuous bsttle, the
Prof, waking up with a vim.
Coming back strong In the next set-to,
Boakes kept ahead till he passed the fifth
point, with Spike stuck at the one. but
the latter took a booat and after tying
him kept on going to 10 without giving
Boakea a look-in. The plav waa aa close
and clever as had ever been dished out
at the club's courts, back-and-forth chas
ing, with Kennedy doing most of the run
ning, characterizing the game, aa Boakea
was trying to make his opponent play It at
all times, but with only mediocre success.
During the game, a Chlcagoan shouted,
"A 31,nrm on Boakes," but the local corn
ing such paltry stakes, waited for some
thing big. But it didn't come, for with the
continuance of the smashing, pounding,
hammering gsme that was being played, It
began to look as If Rnakes didn't have
such a snap after all. The II. POO offer waa
not repeated, and there soon appeared
other signs of backsliding on the part of
Boakes kept up his wonderful style of
play, but he visibly weakened In the run
ning game and once In a while seemed to
give away a point or at least a swerve
when hard ' preened. Possibilities of vic
tory for Spike cheered the gallery to re
newed Interest. If such a thing were pos
sible with a lightning match already In
Boakea Snres Three Stralarhta.
Prof. Boakes finally pulled out of the
Impending defeat and won the fourth. 16-10.
thereby preventing his losing the match
by dropping three straight games. But the
last gams was tha masterpiece.
"Ixive all," was the standing until after
five or ten minutes of play, during which
Boakes graciously gave over his claim
to a point In order to prevent a wrangle
and kept on playing his Jovial, easy game,
so different tn Spike's sometimes almost
hot-headed style of squash.
"The old man's all right," shouted the
crowd, and Boakea showed his apprecia
tion by copping a few points and keeping
ahead of Kennedy until the marker had
moved nine of the little black squares oppo
site Boake' name, while Spike score
stood at 5.
Then came Spike' brace. Of H the
braces, an Irish spike would naturally
lead the show, but with a hollering bunch
of sports to back him, such a brace a he
put up Is not seen often.
First tying the score after getting the
serve, then passing on till the board read
14-10 In his favor, the braca took hint
with such sureness and speed that It rams
near being a margin of 8, by which he won.
But Boakes managed to get the aerve and
added another ! to his score before Spike
put the "ffxlns to the dope" and landed
the 15. Then maybe the fans didn't whoop
It up. Spike Kennedy had "did the deed."
and his defeat In the Windy City by the
professor Isn't felt so much now.
Mullin. of the' New York Athletic club,
referred the mstch and Sam Burns, jr.,
wss marker. The Chicago expert said
before he left for home last night, that
he's not used to mixing with squssh ball
men in big matches, so H1 need a few
more try-outs before he ran put It over
WITH THK BOWLERS.
The Oold Tor sre getting stronger every
time they play. I -est night on the Assocla
tlon alleys ihey won two out of three
rutin from the Oate Cltys. Stsrr cf the
(Jo!. I Tops had high single game of 217,
while Uj'-rde was high total with one. Score
JliTTKTt GOLD TOPS.
1st. fd. 3d. Tota'
Oreenleaf j. 5 1 m f0
Starr 1M 217 1W S4
! A. C. Reed 1S5 S'5 1S8 53
Reynolds 1S4 157 1. 499
Ma honey 170 131 149 Vl
- Totals 36 911 827 S.8S4
r'handbr 160 12
t.uias IJO 144
Joius 1 '133
CJctde in ;u
Jol.i son iri 187
Totals 81 363 313 S.5J6
The Peoples Store started In somewhat
rv. but came back strong when they
played (lie Merchants Nationals last night
on the Assrcation alleys, taking two nut
of three games, with l-andon getting high
smelt- game of 214 end Kensele raptured
high total with Tonight the Paxton
ierlings will play the est Sides. Score
1st. M 3d. Total
iJir.don US 214 1 54 40
Hall 13 IS' ltt 4Jtl
Ber.tle 17t 131 13 549
Totals 431 527 506 l,47v
1st. Sd. 3d. Total.
l.amlgieen 13 12 157 4
Falconer lis?- 1 173 ?1
Templln 153 11
Totals H U 430 1.U3
The unman Surs won three games from
ilie Uungaloas last evening. While still
holding third place they are within three
Iilnts of the leaders. Johnny tJdrd Bulled
high gam Uvn with Jvl axid Uuraa Uue
with US. Tonight the Borshelm Jewel and
Schroeder St. James Score:
. ORTMAN S STARS.
'"led fifi i5 jo; hoj
"rlfflth i. 1 177 172 M4
Moran tin ra 16 bi9
Total 475 513
Owynne i.v u.2
Attwood 133 U jjk
Ward l) iti ijo
Totals 440 411 455 l.:m6
EVBJIT O THK RIM I tl TR ACKS
Jarohlto Wins the Cameron Handlcnn
OAKLAND. Cel.. March 31-ln one of the
most exciting finishes ot me season. Jacuo
Ite. tne favorite, gained a nose victory
over Bocger Red In the Cameron handi
cap at Emeryville todav. Madman waa a
close third. Scovllle got Booger Red away
In front and he and Madman made most
of the running. The last furlong Jacobite
closed fast and caught Booger Hed a few
yards from the wire. Galvesca and Roas
lare were two heavily played outsliiera to
win. The weather was fine, but the track
First rsce. four furlongs, purse: Oal
vesca. H-9 (Virkeiyl. to 1. won: Hood
Ship, lo (Tapllnl. 8 to 1. second; Helen
srroll, no ( Urns I, 3 to 1. third. Time:
0 60V. Kiectrowan. Alarmed. Vancouver
Relle. Mrs. Dot, Fsllurus. Jungle Jue.-n.
Odd Rose, Tuberose and Ualt-ne Gale fin
ished ss named.
Second race, six furlnnss selllnr! rtoss-
lare. 101 (Knss). 10 to 1. won; Ksorlne, nil
(Deverich). 8 to 1. second; Toll Box, 1
(Walshi, 11 to 2. third. Time. 1:16. David
Warfleld. Ac of Diamonds. Warden.
Nedjram. Traffic. Ml Derechco and Nick
Tuttle finished as named.
Third race, mile and twentv vnnla. sell
ing: Okenlte. 10S (O. H. Mtllerl. 5 to 2.
won: St. Avon. 1 tTapllni. 4 to 1. second:
A. Muskoday, 1CW (Deverlchl. 11 to 2. third.
Time. 1:454,. Elevation. High Oun. nam
brinus. Orcaanac. Pan-De-Oro. ICnkomn
and Katie Powers finished ss named.
Fourth race, six furlongs, hnnrilcan: Ja
cobite. 103 (Deverich), 17 to 10. won; Booger
nen, lis (Bcovlllel. 12 to 5. second: Mad
man. 93 (Tsplln). 7 to 1. third. Time. l:li.
Smiley Corbett and Jim Maffney finished as
Fifth race, mile and twentv vsrrfs sell
ing: Coppers. 107 (Mclntyre),' 7 to 2. won;
Ixird Provost. 103 (Cohurnl. 40 to 1. sec
ond: Confessor. 114 (Walsh), 5 to 1, third.
Time. 1:48. Mabel Hollander, Cello. Mitre.
Exchequer, Glvonnl Balerlo. Salnesaw and
Ctgar Lighter finished as named.
Sixth rsce, seven furlongs, selling: Ruhla
Oranda. 93 (Walsh). 7 to 6. won; Darrlng
tnn. 110 (Mentry). 7 to 1. second: Iens. 111
(Uiasner). 12 to 1. third Tlm. 29.
Moorish King. Oeneral Halev. Ladv Carol,
May Amelia. Fred Rent. Colonel .Isrk .T
C. Core and Sophomore finished as named.
Summaries at Los Anarelea.
LOS ANGE3LES. March 31.-Santa Anita
First race, selling, five and one-hlf fur
longs: La Relne Hindoo (100. McGee, 18 to
5) won, Gallnda (110, J. - Howard, 11 to 3)
second, Ranrose (100, Kaln, !0 to 1 third.
Time: 1:07. Irene Bannister. Echopus, Dex
trine, Early Day. Kmmerk, Marchesa, Belle
Bore. V alien Daisy Thorpe, also ran.
Second race, purse, four furlonas: Ches
ter Krum (111. Powers. 6 to 1) won. Sure
Get (112, Kennedy. 7 to 5i second. Mike Mo
lett (109. Rettig, 4 to 1 third. Time: 0:474.
J. R- Barr. C. P. Pstten, German Silver.
Captain Crawford, Miles. Ternstrlck. also
ran. . .
Third race, selling, one mile: Tlmnthv
Wen (110. Rice. to 1 won. Third Rail (lwi
MeCahey, ft to 11 second. Chaplet (95. Glass!
16 to II third. Time: 1:38,. Arcourt. Pick
away, Charley Paine, Allevlater, Adoration,
Critic and Pretension also ran. .
fourth laoo. Commando handicap, five
and one-half furlongs: Harrlgan (111. J.
nowara. ll to won. Klalto 113. McGee.
4 to 11 second, Elisabeth Harwood . C.
Kuasell, 15 to 1) third. Time: 1:0,.. Tom
McOrath and Waterbury also ran.
Fifth race, selling, seven furlongs: Des-
comnets (107, McGee, 11 to 10) won, Sten-
flai (110, J. King, 4 to 1) second. Grotto
(107. Muagrave, 40 to 1) third. Time: 1:2H.
Harry Rogers, Altenberg. Right Sort,
Force. Farton. Nlarrer Baby. Little Moee.
also ran. -.
Sixth race, six and one-half furlongs:
Footpad (100. R. Wilson. 8 to 5i won. J. R.
Reed (103. McGee. 7 to 1) second, Ra.t Maa-
terson (100. Rulwell. 3 to 11 third. Time;
Heellne, Km ma G.. Ethel Day, Burn
ing Bush, Sly Pen, Frank Flittner, Green
Seal, also ran.
Seventh race, selllna. mlla and on-
eigbth: Alma Boy (103. MJahey, 5 to !
won. Financier (100. MuHtave 18 to Si
second. Round and Round 1ol Kennedy.
to 1) third. Time: 1:53. TTIrrnV Charley
Kooney. nt. llarlo and Logistlla also ran.
BATTLE MAY FOLLOW MURDER
Members of Wnrrlnar Families Gath
ering; at Hasard and Trouble
LEXINGTON. Ky., March 21. M. C.
Bvereole, sheriff of Perry county, has been
arrested at Hasard, charged with shooting
Nathan Engle yesterday. Hngle, three
years ago shot EYersole and was sen
tenced to three years in the penitentiary.
He wa released a day or two ago and had
been In Hazard Just one hour when shot.
His Injuries may be fatal. Members of
both families are reported to be coming
Into Hazard and a pitched battle Is fenred.
JACKSON. Ky.. March 30. A reopening
of the feud between the Mcintosh and Lit
tle faction Is feared as a result of the
killing of Albert Mcintosh here last night
by John Little. Mcintosh was shot five
IORSIXCSTAR IN THE LEAD
Former Indiana Billiardiit Only
Player wij-h Perfect Score.
EASY VICTORY OVER ' CUTLER
Harry P. Clin of Philadelphia
Wins Hla First Game by Defeat
ing; Loots Care by Thir
Standing; of the Players.
Played. Won. Lost. Tel.
Morningstar 4 4 0 10X1
Sutton 4 8 1 .775
Slosson 3 2 I 77
Cutler 5 2 3 ,tW0
Cure 6 2 3 .400
Iemarest 4 18 .260
Cllne ft 1 .2
NEW YORK, March SL Ora C. Morning
star, formerly of Rochester, lnd., but now
a resident of New York, won his fourth
consecutive game tonight in the Interna
tional 18.2 balk line billiard tournament, de
feating A. G. Cutler of Boston.
Morningstar Jtads the field, not having
met with a setback since the start. In the
afternoon game Harry B. CHne of Phila
delphia won, defeating Ixiuls Cure.
Harry B. Cllne today won his first
bracket In the billiard tournament at
Madison Square Garden, when he defeated
Loliis Cure, the French expert, thin after
noon, 500 to 437.
Cure's best effort wss In the second In
ning, .when he made a run of 74. The win
ner's high mark was 82. The score:
Cllne: 10, 7. 16. 6. 27, 28, 0. 3, 0, 23, 82. IS,
36, 12. 0, 0. 34. W. 7. 42. 11, 0. 3. 36, 4. 4. 2i. 0.
7. 1. 7, 13 Total. fi: average, 16, 2, XB. 20-32;
High runs, 82, 42. 3f.
Cure: . 74. 9. 0. 9. 39. 22. 43. 1. 19. 20. IS.
1. 9. 2, 1. 14.7. 61. 0. 21. 11. 4, 0, 43. 12. 0. ,
2. 0. 0. 36 Total. 487; average, 15. 7-32; high
runs, 74, 51, 43.
Morningstar won the bank In the game
this evening and scored a single point, leav
ing the balls In hard position for Cutler,
who also failed to count. A run of 90 In
the eleventh Inning consisting mainly of
delicate nursing sent Morningstar' score
soaring, but Cutler, who had been playing
determinedly, was only 29 points away
at the end of the Inning.
Morningstar reached the 300 mark In the
seventeenth Inning and ended a splendid
run of 95 In his twenty-second Inning, In
an attempt for a difficult masse. Morning
star run put his string In the twenty-fifth
inning, defeating Cutler, 600 to 810. The
Morningstar: 1. 8, 3. 10. J, 0. lo, 0. 0, 19.
90. 21. 19. 0. 78, 22. 22. 9. 0. 9, 9. 95. 25. 30.
?3 Total, 5o; average. 20; high runs. 95,
Cutler: 0, 29. 1. 7. 0. 0. 2, 0. 21. . 43. 13.
12. 2. 14. 0 23. 8 4fi. 0. 0. 1. 49. 2S Total, 310;
aversge, 12. 2S-24: high runs. 49. 4fi. 43.
DES MOINES PRIEST
ATTACKED IN STUDY
Father Rnmnnellf I Assnnlted by
Annrrhlst, Whom He Drives
Away with Revolver.
DBS MOINES. March Sl.-Followlng
closely on an attempted attack upon three
priests at St. Ambrose Catholic church
here yesterday morning, during Lenten serv
ices. Father Romanelll, pastor of St. An
thony's church, today notified the police
he hsd been attacked In his study by an
Father Romanelll declares the man. while
talking to him. suddenly sprang upon him.
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get them from
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
It contains all the muscle-making, brain-building ma
terial in the whole wheat, made digestible by steam
cooking, shredding and baking.
Try it for ten mornings with hot milk and tee
how much better you feet Your grocer sells it
THE ONLY "BREAKFAST CEREAL" MADE IN BISCUIT FORM
Father Romanelll quickly pulled a revolver
from a desk and backed hla assailant to
Police declare there Is a consplrscy to
harm local priests and close watch is being
kept on suspects.
Duty on Coffee
Brazil Cannot Repeal Export Tax
and Syndicate Holds Four Mil
lion Bags for Rise.
WASHINGTON, March 31. -Recognising
that Brasil Is powerless to suspend Its ex
port tax on coffee, because for the next
several year thla tax Is Indlssolubly linked
with It foreign debt, the senate committee
on finance today decided to atrlke out of
the Payne bill the countervailing duty pro
posed. Members of the committee said today
that If the Payne provision to place a duty
on coffee imported from Brazil equal to
the export tax assessed by that country
la adopted the consumer would be com
pelled to pay the difference In cost. The
responsibility of such a result cculd not
be shirked. It wa said, and congress would
have to answer to the people for this
assessment against a necessity of life.
Incidentally, the senate committee Is seek
ing Information about the alleged Ameri
can syndicate credited with having 4,000,000
bags of coffee In storage to he held for
rise In price, which, It Is believed, will
Inevitably follow the passage of the Payne
bill In It present form. A member of the
committee said tonight that no fortunes
will be made by such a syndicate at tha
expense of the American breakfaat table
If the committee on finarce can prevent It.
It Is said that there are Interests now In
Washington promoting the movement for
a duty on coffee, or. falling In that, the
retention of the countervailing duly. A
member of the committee asserted that
tha committee I in the way of procuring
full Information as to the personnel of the
syndicate and he claimed that the move
o kzzso i.
The conditions and causes which produce Rheumatism all suggest a
healthful vegetable remedy as the surest and safest cure. The disease is
brought about by the accumulation of uric acid, an irritating, pain-producing
property in the blood. This causes a weakening and souring of the circula
tion which then becomes unfit for nourishing the body, while the deposits
of uric acid in the nerves, muscles, joints and bones produce the pain and
agonv of Rheumatism. To treat the trouble with medicines containing pot
ash or other strong minerals, is simplv adding another poison to the already
weak, diseased blood, sapping it of its remaining vitality, and perhaps in
the end making a physical wreck of the sufferer. The one safe and only cure
for Rheumatism is S. S. S. It is nature's remedy for this disease, made
entirely from healthful vegetable ingredients extracted from the roots, herbs
and barks of the forest and fields. S. S. S. goes down into the blood and
removes every trace of the cause of Rheumatism, cleanses and purifies the
circulation, and restores health and comfort to those who are suffering from
this painful disease. There is but one way to be sure you are not dosing
your system with mineral medicines, and that is to take S. S. S. Book on
Rheumatism and any medical advice free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA
Five hundred thousand persons
saw Edwin White win the Brook
lyn Marathon Race to Seagate on
Washington's Birthday. He ran
26 miles, 385 yards in 2 hours, 53 ,
minutes and 46 seconds.
HOW DID HE WIN IT?
Here is his "Marathon Diet:"
Three Shredded Wheat Biscuits,
Four fresh eggs beaten up raw,
A quart of milk and two oranges.
ment Is likely to fail. Some of hn state
ment made by committee member were
fraught with significance.
Ptotests are bring received frefp tobacco
men In the Connecticut valley against th
admission free of l.V,ono,oj) rlgijrs a year
ftom the Philippines, as Is provided by the
Payne bill. The Philippine schedules have
rot yet been considered.
The wood pulp schedules wilt be token
up tomorrow. . !
Information that Japmi soon will be' a
competitor of Hie L'nlte,; States In tho
marufaoture of every chatactor of nillt
gcods for which raw tuaierlul it now Ipi
ported into thla country entered largely
Into the consideration of the silk schedules
today by the nennte committee mi finance.
The result was a decision by the commu
tes not to adopt the rates of the Payne
bill, which fcr the most part provide for
the re-enactment of the Dlnglcy rate, n
stend, a table was prepared fixing specif In
duties for every article and thesci lates arn
Intended to equal the compound rates now
existing, which are a comblnallun of spe
cific and ad valorem duties.
MADAME MODJESKA BETTER
he Will Probably Re Removed from
Her Home to n Hospital
LOS ANGELES. Cal., March ai r-Madame
Modjeska Is Improving, according to, a
statement made today by her physician.
If her condition remains the same tomor
row, she will le removed to h lioepltal.
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Torrl Company to Make Pints In 151k
horn Vnlley District.
WATERLOO, Neb.. March 31. (Spo.'lal
Telegram.) The hoard of directors of the
F.lkhorn valley drainage district met here
today and let the contract for the prelim
inary survey and topographical chart to th
Towl Engineering company of Omtha fur
$1,750. The work la to he completed wlthltt
six weeks, when the hoard will hsve an
other meeting to award the contract for
the ditch. Tho district comprises about
55,000 acres in Douglas and Sarpy counties.
T'se a hot curling Iron loosely covered
with a wet cloth to renovate velvet hows
on a' hat by Inserting same In the loop.
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