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OMAHA. SUNDAY. APRIL, W,
HH utloi In which fana th coun
try evr wot find rtief Interest this
aaort will bm, "Can the Cub mak
ft four stralrht pervants and three
world . championships ?-' Tor or
against thv team, no fn run get awy
from that question. It 1 THK question of
190ft. No team ever hu achieved thla dla-
tinetton; no National League team ever
; na won tour eoneecutlv leagu pennanta.
Manager Chance says hla team will do It.
' Of eourae, that' what Chanoe ought to
ear. A manager lesa bold wouldn't win.
But laying aside any claim ChaiwMt may
' make, the fact la the Cuba would be better
: prepared to achieve their ambition If Kline
were with the team. That doesn't by any
mean Mgntfy they are unequal to the task
without Kllng, however. Ever win return
to the team If, n the Judgment of Chance,
he la needed. II wilt return June IB. But
the Cuba are ao powerful In every other
department that they have a Show of re
peating. Their batting strenrth probably
' Is greater than laet year and en the whole,
with the on exception of the catching
department, the team may be stronger.
- That, of course, 1 not reckoning one way
t" or the ttier with second base, for Ever
J is available when wanted and until then
Zimmerman will cover the bag all right.
But to offset whatever weakness the team
$ may have sustained by the loss of Kllng
Jt maybe wise to look to hs nearest rival
f At laat year and examine it condition.
4 New Terk surely cannot be as strong,
or If ao It la yet to be demonatrated.
Bresnahan, who was as much to the Giants
f a KUng waa t the Cuba, la gone; Donlln,
who probably enabled the Olanta to become
contender for the pennant to the last. Is
gona These facta should be oonaldered
along with those relating to the Cuba.
And after all la said and don Murphy can
v get Kllng back any day he come to
Kllnfsterma, so that settles that.
If all report w hear about playera In
tht region receiving and rejecting fancy'
effer from, the .outlaw are to b accepted
at their face value, then the same out
laws muat - have atietalned several large,
sickening Jolt of tat.' It la a good sign.
Indeed, to find promising young ball playera
with th stamina to turn-down tempting
offer from club not within the nale.of
Organised base ball. No man, of course, with
an eye for his own future welfare would
long be tempted, by auch an offer, but Just
the aama many a young fellow, flushed
with pride and flattered with attention does
. not atop to think of the consequence and
to find that o many are thinking of them
i gratifying to the men who are laboring
ao hard t maintain baae bait on a per
manent and legitimate business basis. It
tnana, too, that the doom of these outlaw
1 not far off tt thla thing keep up aa it
ha been going UiJ pact winter, Th
California outlaw especially have shown
by their repeated attempts to Invade th
Western, league that they recognlae their
NEW CAME AND FISH LAWS
Information Furnished , by
Geilui for the Sportsmen.
LIMITS ON 0 AMINQ SEAS0N3
List of Penalties for Violation at
Bach Provision ef the Law
Set forth In Handy
Dan Oellus, chief gam warden of Ne
braska, haa prepared a neat folder and
abstract of the game and fish laws now In
fore lnNbrska. Several changea wr
mad by v th last legislature Th bag
limit ia twenty-five bird or ten squirrel
and twenty-ftv gam fish In on day,' ten
gee and fifty other gam birds, or fifty
game flan In poeeeion at any one time.
Th limit are: ,
thick, aeeae and waterfowl, nnen uunn
September 16 to April a
name emckena. arouse and saar her a.
open aeaeon September 30 to December 1.
Jack anlre. w ilson enloe and vellow ieara
open season September 15 to June 1.
Plover, open season July li to September 1.
Quail, dove, awan, white cran and In
sectivorous bird, no open season.
Squirrel, open season September 30 to
Deer, antelope and beaver, no open sea-
Baas, not les than eiht inches In length,
open season June 1 to Novmber 15.
Trout, not less than eight Inches In
length, open season April 1 to October 1.
All other fish, open season April 1 to No
Th penaltlea are:
For killing or having in pe"elon at any
time deer, hntelnpe or beaver. IKO to I3WV
For killing or having In possession at any
time quail, doves, swan, white crane or
aong birds, IB for each bird. '
For killing or having In possession Uurlng
closed season any birds or animals pro
tec(d, (6 for each bird or animal.
For dynamiting fish, 1100 to $600 or on
year In penitentiary.
For fishing with net or seine with a
license specifically permitting such, $100
limit and IS for each flh taken.
For shipping nme or fish, unless accom-
Tanled by owner. $50 fine and $6 additional
for each bird or fish.
For hunting without a license, any sum
not exceeding ISO.
For selling gsme or fish, Jaken from
public water at any season, $ft for each
bird, animal or fish.
It la unlawful, under penalty:
To shoot quail, doves, swan or whit crane
at any tlm. ,
, To shoot song or Insectivorous birds.
To destroy nest or egg of all birds.
To kill deer, antelope or beaver at any
To pursue gam In any. manner, duiinf
closed season. i
To fish with lines having more than flv
To fish with seine or net without obtain
ing license designating witters In which
am may be used. - -
To take baes or trout less than eight
Inches in length at any time.
To hunt or fleh without license except In
county of actual residence.
, To hunt or fish upon the lands or water
Of another without permission.
To shoot upon th public highway.
To ship game or fish from one point to
anothsr withtn or without the stat unless
accompanied by owner.
To ell game in kny manner "or to eell
fish taken from th public water of this
Along Auto Row
affaea Company Xnrs Oar la
mllablUty Contest to Xld
Over bead ef north JUbresk.
.Th Injury to Cadraan, Omaha' new
catcher, that 'will put him put 'of the
gam for several weeks at the. very start
of the season, I reminder of that injury
to Oraham which put him out .for a whole
aeaaon, and tt ought to b a forceful warn
ing to player and to manager that th
utmost extreme caution is necessary
in these abortive spring days, when joint
are stiff at ' best and ' muscle knotted.
Better go without a littl training than to
get It In sons such weabar a w have
been having and generally have. Thia
"spring" training I a doubtful quantity
anyway In th preparation of a ball player
for hi aeaaon' work.
The announcement that George Oraham
would be on seoood baa whan th season
opened wa greeted with enthusiasm In
Omaha and w1iiear Oraham ta known or
th Interests ef the club appreciated. No
young man ever came Into the Western
league with greater promt than Oraham.
If all goes well with him physically h 1
sure to land In a big league. Until then
he wilt help Omaha win another pennant.
It Memi a sham for a first baseman of
Autrey' capacity to be hooked up with
a team rlka CInoinnatI already posseaeed
of a great first baseman, a ahame for
Autrey fend a ham for ether teama that
could make uch good use of hi service.
On general principle. It's a sham for any
player to be handicapped by a Cincinnati
In th first gam "Cy Young pitched
gainst thv Brown his old catcher, Lou
Criger, yid-tw hit off htm. It would
be prt'-ty hard for Cy ta fool Lou. prtger
Vtvvw about aa welt what Young can and
wtll do a Young doe himself. Either 8t.
Loul or Cleveland would be better off to
unite the a two old comrad. '
Iet the lusty, leather-hinged lout lam
poon th nmp It; th swecteet sound of
th year. Who ta there mo cold, that would
be willing te do without thla . rollicking,
recklee rascal T What would the game be
without htmT ,
Turk er Bulgarian, Jew, Oentll. Italian,
French er Russian, they all look alike to
Ootch. th American. The only difficulty
I he" th real thing and th ret ar
counterfeit in hi class.
Th laart week started thing In th
major lTi and th on Just upon us
open 'em up for U Waatarn. Gee, Jea'
can't seaoely wait!
With a B-r-o-w-n-e at th head of the
batting llt and a B-r-e-w-n at the- foot,
the Cuba ought to do 'em up In brown
Bresnahan ahowed the second day of th
eason h wa atlll tru to th McGraw
traditions by getting put off th grounds.
Report from Chicago. April It. doubtless
war received with at leaat paaalng Interest
by Sir. Q. Hacknmldt.
Jack Pfalatar start In where h left off
laat yeargoing ta the bench for wlldnsaa.
tr Jack only had control!
Captain Franck la Jut frank enough ito
admit that Omaha 1 going tt b in h
running to th last.
0Ht chan. n th line-up, but th
tern aid brand ef playing In th Cuba
Ute t th turarui die
GANS SAYS HIS HEALTH IS GOOD
Denies Report that He Beleags to the
NEW YORK, April IT. Joe Gans, former
lightweight champion, la highly incensed at
th report crediting him with being
tuberculosis victim. The "old . master"
stated that he waa In good health and that
he contemplates obtaining a physician's
certificate to that effect and having it
published broadcaf. After the Gana
Whlte bout In thla city a story wa current
to the effect that the negro waa a victim
of th "white plague." It waa (aid that
he aplt blood during the c'qnteat and that
the poor fight put up by the former cham
pion lent color to the rumor.
It la common gossip in the Monumental
city that Gans did little' or no training
for hla fight with White. At the tlm th
match took place th negro waa endeavor
ing te have hla hotel tlcepse renewed after
the application had Men turned down' by
the commissioners. GAna waa greatly wor
ried over thla matter and spent littl time
in conditioning himself for th bout with
th Englishman. The fact that the rumor
gained considerablelground I probably due
to th fact that pana himself rauaed a
almllar etory to spread prior to hi
fight with Nelson last September. The
negro Issued a statement at that time, de
claring that he wa forced to sleep out of
doors. The object waa to raise hi odd
and th trick succeeded. Gan stated that
he had gained in weight which la rather a
strange thing for a "conaumptlve" to da ,
Th Interstate. Regal and Hufmobtle.
represented by W. 1 Huffman 4k Co.. will
nter n endurance and reliability contest
about May 1. Th rare will start north
from Omaha and will be on th road as
long aa It require to make .a tour of the
tat. Th rout will ' be announced next
Mclntyr Wallace, agents for the Oak
land, received the announcement last week
that th Oakland forfy-atock car won the
Morgan hill climbing contest at Logans
port, Ind., silver cup trophy.
Th automobile dealer of Omaha and
Council Bluffa are wide awake cltlsen
and do hundreds of kindnesses that ar j
not peddled out to Idle goaslpers as a
trick to make public what they are glad
to do. They are already talking of placing
cara at the disposal of the orphans of
Omaha and te make the little onea happy
In some outing chosen by their guardian.
It wa J. J. Derlght' car that trans
ported those Interested In the Child Saving
Institute over th city 'last week. Other
have supported offer of thla nature.
"The crosa-country run taking place
during next month promise to be one of
the moat Interesting that the Young Men's
Christian association ever mad," said
Manager Parker yesterday. He said that
the run will , be toward Uncoln, and that
fifteen or twenty automobllea will be used
to .accompany the contestanta. Some of
the cars have been engaged, and It la not
unlikely that all of th dealer will furnish
Henry H. Van Brunt 1 In Indianapolis.
Ha represent th Overland automobile,
which absorbed the Pope-Toledo -concern
In Toledo last week. "
Th new garage for Henry H. Van Brunt
in Council BlufTa la completed and the
tock of Overland Pop Hartford car
waa transferred from the old garage to the
new laat week.
Th garage for the Atlantic Auto com
pany In Council Bluff will be completed
net week. This will behe home of the
iRwo- and Ford hereafter.
The taxlcabe purchased by H. E. Fred
rlckson a few week ago have not .arrived.
It la expected that during May the line
will be eatabllahd In Omaha. '
In th Colt automobil garage is posted
a telegram dated Lincoln, November I. 1908,
announcing the Mitchell' victory over the
Bulck In a race from Beatrice to Lincoln
Time, one hour, five minutes and twenty
seconds. These contests are interesting,
and It not unlikely that during thia aeason
many auch contests will be pulled off by
Omaha dealer. It Is understood tht th
Jsckson will climb a perpendicular bluff
In Iowa, and that the .Mason win do a
stunt oon.. which wlU create considerable'
W. b, Hosfdrd pnt last week In Rapid
City. S. D., where he exhibited the Velle
at the stock men'a convention.
Automobiles and Accessories
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Council Blitfs, Iowa.
2024 Firuam St. -
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W. L HUFFMAN & CO., 1824 FirniiD St.
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OMAHA AUTOMOBILE CO., 216 S. 1Stl)
PnOf MIDLAND MASON
UUUCy EfU FREELAHD BROS. & ASHLEY. 1102 Firoaiti St.
GUY L. SMITH, 310-12 S. 19th SL
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BOWLING ENTRIES FLOCK IS
Ore 10,000 Rapeetea te C'ese la
NEW TORK. April J7. Accordln to lt
ai advice, nearly TOO rlve-mcn teama will
roll In the third annual championship tour
nament of the National Bowling associa
tion at Madison Square garden May Z to
June IX William Cordea and Maurice
Wymin, (resident and secretary, respec
tively, of the tournament company, who re
cently returned from an extended trip, hav
estimated that th various states will be
represented aa follow:
New York stale (exclusive at Greater New
Turk) 10; New Jerey. 100; Pennslyvenla,
thirty; Delaware, ten; Maryland, twanty-
five; Ohio, thirty; Illinois, twelve; Con
necticut, twenty; Missouri, six; Canada,
ten; Indiana, five; Kenrxky, five; Wis
consin, five; Mtchlran. five; Vermont, five;
Minneaota, three; Massachusetts, three;
Rhode Island, three; District of Columbia,
three; Iowa, two; southern states, ten.
Greater New York la expected to enter
nearly tot team. -
Whatever extrvance might be shown
la the above estimate wilt undoubtedly be
mad up by th entry of teama from citlea
and towns that have not been considered
by the offlciala. On the total of M five
men theama. It ia quite reasonable to ex
pect t.700 two-meo team and fully .K
Individual entrants, making a grand total
of nearly 10,400 men competing and more
than 31, W0 game to be rolled. It Is feared
that It may be neoeaaary to close the en
tries considerably earlier than wa t frt
contemplated. The dste at present 1 May l
Frcaefc Faraaer to t.
Th Automobil club of France ha ap
pointed a commission to encourage the use
of motor vehicles by agrlculturUta JPor
th next four yer practical teata and -hlbltlon
will be given In order to dlffu
knowledge concerning the uaefulnss of thl
type of machine. A plot of ground ha
been . cairchaaed on which xjrUnntal
work will be oooducled,
XACEES PBEPABDra FOR START
Applications Are Now Poarlaa; Into
Secretaries' Offices, i
NEW TORK. April IT. Horsemen in this
city and at local tracks are In good spirits
ihc the granting of date for th local
racing aeaaon. While the season, aa at
preatnt arranged, beginning May IS and
closing August 28, Is about half what It
waa in otter years, when it opened April
15 and continued until November 15, there
la every prospect that eome good racing
will be seen this summer.
Several aecretarlea of local Jockey cluba
have; received j numerous applications for
stable room from horsemen who hav their
racera quartered at out-of-town tracka, and
with those already occupied stable room
will soon be at a premium at the big
tracka. With the cloalng of the tracka at
Oakland and Is Angels th middle of
thl month, many of th big stables which
hav been racing there , throughout the
winter are packing up. and several of them
are now on their way east.
While It la true that the tracka In Ken
tucky, which will hold meeting shortly,
and Ptmlico, which beglna en April 24, will
attract a number of fast thoroughbreds, a
few of the owner will pa up the south
ern meetings and come oo direct, having
applied and received acceptance for atable
, The Plmllco track will undoubtedly have
an excellent meeting, and many of the
owners apd trs'ner who have wintered
their horses at th local tracka have been
sending them along at a fast pace, and
many of them are now in good condition
to go to th post.
Although no official announcement ha
been made. It la atated that there will be
four days' rsclng each week at Belmont
Park, Gravesend. Bheepshead Bay, Km pi re
City and Saratoga tracka -n the present
schedule, and later ln the year there m7
be five and perhaps six day of racing.
At four of th track thsre are at least
seventeen stake events for I snd S-vear-olds
which closed in 1907 and will be run off
H year. Several of theee events In for
mer years were well worth winning, aa a
It rge number of entries were always made
to these events and with the added money
were rich pnrse.
The Westminster Racing association ha
four events which closed In 19fi7 and which
wi!" run thl spring, namely, the Na
tional Stallion, for 1-year-olds, and the
Wlthere. Belmont and Ladlos, for J-year-olds,
whll th Matron staWesifor I-yesr
olds will be run ln the fall. -
There are five valuable events for the
Coney Island Jockey club meeting, which
Include th rich Futurity, th Lawrence
Realisation. Tidal. Mermaid and Great
Filly. Th Brooklyn Jockey cub haa th
Brooklyn Derby. Carlton and Gazelle
stakes, and the Saratoga Racing associa
tion has the Alabama. Hopeful. Spinsway
A good Hat of nominations waa made to
all theee eventa, but on account of th
uncertainty of racing a large number of
ownera declared their horaea from a nnm
ber of theee events, but there are still i
sufficient number left tn to mak then
Hart man ft! o tor Car Co.
Full Equipped S1I5D. Competes
with 52.500 CmXtiSF".
C'flcs 653 Bnndeit eidj.
cINTYRE a WALLACE
24th Utar Farnam.
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914 Jones St.
CENTRAL IMPLEMENT COMPANY
111517 Farnam St.
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leright Automobile Co.
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Henry H. Van Brunt
Council Biuffs, Iowa.
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Central Tire & Rubber Co. 2127
OMAHA'S BXCLUSIVK TIRE HOUSE
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Built For Comfort and Durability
1622 Ctpltsl Avenue.
Car of High Clearance
International Harvester Co.
891 Capitol htm
day all started for horn letter fwrfect In
th operation of the car. W hav even
old twelve car to farmer In a day, and
that will explain why we are so short in
our deliveries and why we ar pressing" the
factory dally for deltverlea and for an In
crease In our order. The Jackson la popu
lar in the west.'
CHAIRMAN H0WER IS SC0EED
Womra Motorists Feel Gltddoa Tour
! Saab Keenly.
1 am heartily In sympathy With Miss
Alice Potter In her contention for a na
tional woman' tour," said Mra. Jean New
ton Cuneo In talking- of the probable action
of th American Automobile asaociation
and the manufactures' committee ln clos
ing; out the ladtea from the annual tour
of th American Automobil Association.
Nothing- can stop my making; th oute.
providing; I car to do ao," continued Mra.
Cuneo, "and although I had no real Inten
tion of entering for the tour, I may de
cide now to make the trip anyway, for I
don't believe that experienced drivers, auch
aa Mrs. Potter and myself, should aver be
"Why, It la a fact that the trip this year
la a grand one, aa a matter of courae, and
ladle without number intended to enter.
Mlaa Potter, when ahe made that trip from
Elgin. 111., to New York and return In her
Ifaynea car. with none but ladle with her,
certainly proved herself a grand driver, and
I waa really anxtoua to meet her In the
tour thla year and give her a run for the
However, If Miss Potter and myaelf- ar
to be banished from th rank because It
may b possible that we may secure a
perfect store against th men, then It
time for us to out and organise a national
tour snnuallv fnr lAriiia artrl T Am nuit
certain that Miss Potter will enter wltlil W,U h elht
her liayne. and that many other women
drivers will enter also. We can mak a
tour and carry It through without the aid
of the American Automobile association,
providing Chairman Hower and hla asso
ciates want to be so discourteous aa to
ahut us out of the contest,, owing to our
ability apown tn previous runs.
"I am rather surprised at Chairman
Hower. whom I had alwaya considered
very highly, both aa a sportsman and a
VJm. II. Pfeiffor & Son
Ail Vehicles Cwiiiulei
25th Arenut and
1 Limnworth Street.
Kemper, Hemphill & Buckingham
314 South 13th St.
1' Repaired .
Sturdy oaks from -mils acorna grow
advertising tn Th Be wtil do wonder for
TO , CLIMB LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
BlaT oathera Event Sehedaled to Be
Held Tfcta Week.
"Can your car climb Lookout mountain?"
la th qulry being sent to auto owners by
the Lookout Mountain Automobile club of
Chattanooga. Tenn., under the ausplcea of
which will ba held on April 22, 33 and 24
an automobile climb up Lookout moun
tain. The club Is careful to state on- th
circular got out tn connection with . the
vent that it A not a hill climb, but a
genuine mountain climb.
Lookout mountain, rising from the banks
of the Tennessee river to a height of mora
than 2,0)0 feet, provide a path nearly five
mllea In length, filled with sharp turns,
which will test th caliber of any auto
that attempts th climb. The road 1 a
stone pike, and ia In excellent condition.
Th event haa been uanctloned by the
American Automobile association and haa
the endorsement of th Chamber of Com
merce, the Manufacturers' association and
other bualnesa and social asaociation of
Hamilton county, Tenneasee. ln all, there
C0BE CHASSIS COURSE CHANGED
Skort Taraa Kllmlaated Speed Will
CHICAGO, April IT. PetMinlned to make
th western stock cha. race for th
Cob trophy next June, tho faateat race
ever held In thl country, the contest com
mit of th Chicago Automobile club ha
resolved to alter th courae sufficiently to
eliminate several sharp turn which would
hav served effectually to diminish th
By building an entirely new road one mil
In length connecting the east and west leg
of th course th racing car will not paa
through Crown Point a had originally
been planned. Crown Point reaident made
no objection to this use of their streets.
They were entirely willing to hav their
thoroughfare boarded up and to flv th
racing car th right of wy. But ther
wer two right angle turna which could
not be avoided If the car went through
th elty. Therefor th committee decided
to utlllie . a part of It SS.OOU road im
provement fund in building a new. highway.
Other minor changea In the course redur
th total number of turna from eighteen, aa
originally mapped out, to twelve.
Mayor Inspects la Fraaklla.
Whll 26.000 persons waited for the word
to be. given which would permit them to
mak the flrt trip acrosa tho new J30.000.
000 Quoenaboro bridge, with which New
York haa spanned th Eaat river. Mayor
George B. McClellan, ln a Franklin touring
car, aped across th bridge to Long Island ,
City and back, the round trip being one of
approximately three miles, and officially
declared the structure open to traffic.
BIO 0BDER ACB0SS THE RIVER
Caancll Blade Concerns Places a Ree
"You ar always very exact In your state
menu, but you have atarted us out wrong,"
aaid the Pioneer Implement company of
Council Bluffa after reading some tta
ments msd regarding th large order
placed by the company for Jackson cara.
"We d'.d not order 7u0 tars, but we did
order l.lyX a lot of difference, and w
really a ant' more cara than that to meet
the demand in thla district. It la Impos
sible for people in the east to realta the
demand tor cara w have created among
tbe farmers. Why. no less than Sight from
on district entered our pier In oa day
and bought rare for ceah. We had to
teach each on to drive and th following
NOW FOR THE TRIANGULAR MEET
Coateat Between T. M. C. A
vao mmd Htgfe School.
A trlangvlr Indoor field meet will b
held Monday evening at the Young Men's
Christian association gymnasium between
Bellevue, th Omaha High achool and th
Young Men's Christian association. Thomp
son of the Omaha High achool ha cleared
6 feet Inch ln th high Jump, and
Welrick, Wood and McKlnnay ar a close
second to him. Blnsel and Chester Jenka
are th best Bellevue haa In thla event.
In th pole vault Bellevue look th beat,
with Templln, as he la looked upon as th
winner In th Intercollegiate meet ln May.
Linn, a former University of Illinois student,
la looked upon a winner in the ahotput.
Ha ia In th Young Men' Christian associa
tion team. A hot contest Is expected In
th taenty-ysrd dash,- with half a doaen
faat onea contending. Primr of Bellevue
has a record of M"H In the naif mil, but
some of th other hsv also been showing
well In practice. Balthaaer-and Maaon,
th well known cross country runners, will
represent th Young Men Christian
aociallon ln the mil ni. Kennedy cif th
high school ha gon a mile In 4 60. A
grand final wtll be th relay raoa. In which
each team haa aworn to win.
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