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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATl'IJDAY. APKIL 9, 1010.
VICTORY PITCHED BY BOY EE
Rourkei Take Laurels and Southpaw
Show Rfl Class.
COUNTRY CLUB GETS BLAKKS
oath Omaha's tmalfiri Uala I
On" l.naonae )llt, While
m m Roys Rail I a
f'oi tin- Inn xouthp, who hat hfen
in kin out with the Ilourkrs all Manti,
simost got by Friday afternoon with a
ro hit am arntnst th South Omaha
Country club. As It wii he allowM but
a KlnRle In the ninth. Ha pitched tlirht ball
and had the boya from the south swing-in
nlcly at hln presentation. 1 1 fannM
luht and passod three.
The score was tn 0. The lda from tha
rliih nhowed they had little tminln and
rould not make much of a allowing against
Omaha. At liiin-s. howevrr. they plaed
piHty ball and not the glad hand fre
quently from the Kt tie bunch of rooter
In the sund.
Kauai), who played the short flsid, was
the alar fur the visitor, and got away
with a couple of nice pl.iys. He dll . a
Cirrus Solly stunt on one of Welch'B file
after running back of aecond and after
completing the Juggllns act h.'ld onto thi
sphere. He played a good, clean gime aert
received applause from the fans for his
King slipped a homer Into deep right
which should hava been a three-sacki;.
He acurrted around the banes like a rabbit
and reached the fourth bag In time, al
though he wag aided by the dumb fielding
and throwing of Murphy In right. Welch
and King both helped thenwtve to three
base hlta off Mr. Cavanauph.
Inhnny Oondlng made hla flrat appear
ance In an exhibition game . this season
and showed the speed and steadiness thnl
helpi Omaha win gam. Aftur working
five Innings he was relieved by Cadman.
Ab K. H O. A. B
King, cf 4 3 2 10 0
Vox! 2b 1 t '13 0
(liaham, If 1 ii 1 2 0 0
!. rf 5 2 4 0 0
Affile. Ih. tt 0 4 0 1
lrhlpke) ab '. 11 10 0 0
Uoniilng, c 2 0 1 0 6 X 0
("idmari. c n . 0 0 .10 0
potts. 3 11 2 Z 2
Hom o, p 1 0 0 1 1
TotuJs 2S f S ?T , 8 4
AB. It. H O. A. E
;. Kennedy. 2b 3 0 0 4 2 0
Talbot, tb 4 0 0 S 0 0
'lark. Jb...:.. 4 0 12 11
Kauan, as 4 0 0 3 2 0
Cavnnailfth, p.-cf 3 0 0 2 2 0
Mavf!"M. lb 4 0 0 2 0 0
I. Kennedy, c 3 0 0 5 3 O
Murphy, if 3 0 0 1 1 0
Collier, -f 1 0 0 0 0 0
Smith, p 2 0 0 0 0 (1
Fletcher, p. 0 0,0.0 0 0
' Totals....:........ 0 t 24 11 1
Ttuna 3 2 0 0 1 2 109
Hits ...., 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 -8
Hum 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
MltH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 I
Thre -ban, hlta: King. Welch. Home run:
King. Baife on balls: Off Bovee. 3; off Cav
anaugh. 4; off Smith, R. Hit by pitched
ball: By .Cavanauffh. 1; by Smith, 1. Struck
t;iit : By Bovee. 8; by Cavanaugh, 1: by
Smith. 4. Left on bases: Omaha, 8; Hon til
Omaha. 0. Double plays: Kagan to O. Ken
nedy to Talbot; I . Kennedy to O. Ken
nedy to Talbot. Stolen baaes: Graham t2).
Agiirw, Kox. Sacrifice hit: Clark. Time:
Chicago White Sox
Here for Games
Comiskey'a Yanigans Will Perform
at Vinton Park Saturday
Int.kes are ready for the two ex
l.... .ii.i cames they will play with the
White s-ox. Saturday and Sunday.
The veterana have been easing off in
their wotk for the last week so that they
would be In trim to go up against Comis
key'a bunch and make a creditable show
ing. Keelcy. who has not worked out In
any of the exhibition games since his ar
rival, will be used In tho box In on of
the games, and Patton, ollc-nberk and San
ders will also bn given a chance to see what
they ran do with the big leagUers.
, Tho games , will be called at 3:30 o'clock.
The line-up will be:
Omaha. (, Position. Chicago.
Kane First Base GUI
Fox Second Bae...f Cole
Sehlpke Third Bajie Mullen
Potts, Shortstop Tannehlll
iraham Left Field Messengar
King. Center Field Barrows
Welch Right Field Hahn
tiondlng Catcher Kruger
Kt-etey Titcher Lang
Snnders Pitcher White
Hollenbeck Pitcher Young
Patton Pitcher Sutor
Hansen Pitcher Olmatead
by "Pa" Rourke
Has Been Laying Off Year Since Win
ning the Pennant for
Pa Rourke has bought Furchner, the
former Western league atar who played In
1D0S with Sioux City and was the cause of
that club winning the pennant.
Furchner waa drafted from Sioux City by
Cincinnati year before last, the draft price
being $1,000. He was expected to do some
of tho twirling for the Rds. but last year
h; waa sick and did not work at all..
Pa offered Cincinnati tha same amount
paid for him and his offer was accepted.
Pa has had a line n him for soma time
and rays that he Is In as good shape as
tur this year. He will give him a try
ut to ascertain how good ha la and If he
ia not there with tho goods will be re
turned to Cincinnati.
In lt08 while pitching for Sioux City he
stood third in tha kague. his average being
.TSJ. He pitched forty-two games, won
thirty, lost eleven and tied one.
Ha ia ready to com at any time and
transportation will b sent him at one.
hat Boa Yaalajaaa W ia Batfeat,
Nlaieteeai tai Ma.
SIOL'X CITY. la.. April g.-(Speclal Tele
i am. White Sox No. 3 defeated th Sioux
City Western lagu team In a batfest this
aftarr.oon. 19 to X. All of the pltJhcr were
Hammered hard and the locale fielding
waa iu poor form. Score:
W lilt h.ix I 1 0 1 0 S 4 1-19
tfioux CHy 013322-
Batteries: White Sox, White. Glnistvad
and Kiuoger; Moux City. Burnett, Free
man and Miller.
rieral aa Baeklea.
giwm from Andy Mulligan that h had
airingd foi him a match with Guy liucki
St Mempnia, icnn., iur April 1. in (.imah
Li.m.'. uhn Innlta fir mtA w.ll will I ..
'Inr (he south Saturday and la confident of
at Los Angeles
Racers, Including Oldfield and De
Palma. Predict Fast Time on
l.O.S ANGELES. April 8 -Racing drivers
hoe for the Inaugural meet of the new
motordrome of Plaxa Del Rey, which be
gins tomorrow agree that world's records
for track and speedway will be broken
during the seven days- racing. Barney
Oldfield, Ralph lie Palma. Ueorge Rob
ertaon. Frank Lescault and other eastern
men ure entering ta compete with leading
drivers of the Pacific coast. There are
three hundred entrlea.
Interest centera In the 2600 match for the
world.'! championship between Ralph t)o
Palma and Barney Oldfield. delayed from
the Daytona- meeting by a broken piston
In DePalma! car. Oldfield has brought
hla Bern, the luigli German machine which
ha already has proven to be capable of
140 miles an hour. DePalma wtll uaa the
Oldflelde. DePalma and Calab Bragg the
amateur,' have each made a mile unoffic
ially In 3ti seconds on the new motor
Kerscher went a mile in J7i seconds th?
flrat time he tried tha track. The program
provides for world's record trials from one
to one hundred miles. The meet will be
conducted under the IM0 rules of the con
teat board of the American Automobile
Association. 8. B. Stevens, of New York,
wilt be referee and L. J. Wagner starter.
"Bird Man" , Makes Quick Start at
Aviation Meet at Memphis,
MEMTHIS, Tenn., April S Aeroplanes
weeping In graceful curves and darting
bird-like the length of the trl-atate fair
grounds gave to thousands of spectators
today their first real knowledge of avia
tion. Spectacular flights and tha breaking of
a world's record by Glenn H. Curtiss, the
"bird man" of Hammondsport, N. Y., were
the features of the second day of the
Memphis aviation meet. Weather con
ditions were perfect and tha aviators, hav
ing become accustomed to the course, flew
their aeroplanes with skill and precision, at
the same time giving promts of more sen
sational events tomorrow.
Curtiss' quick start record of 64 seconds,
made by him at the Los Angeles meet, was
broken by him with ease this afternoon.
He rose from the ground In 64 seconds,
but in the same test failed to break his
short start record of ninety-eight feet.
After breaking the record, the aviator took
his wife up oo her first flight.
'AMONG THE LOCAL BOWLERS
O'Brlem'a .Monte Chrlatos Captare
Three Games Ranalnsr froaa
Mea of Gleadalea.
Three In a row for th O'Briens . from
th Glendales. Godensch wager of the Glen
dalea was In good form and capped high
game of 191 and high total of U0, i while
lyatey got 223 for high and 113 for low.'' An
derson got I0 for the O'Brien's Lehm&nn
of the Ulendales is looking for a real
O'BRIEN'S MONTE CHRISTOS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Raehr 20t 1H4 182 Ml
Spetman 1S7 1.1 liW 607
McKoe I 145 li3 4S8
Latey 2a 1U 201 6S7
Anderson li3 21 Ail tilo
Totals 914 82 906 2,049
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Lehmann 144 172 130 4t6
Uodensctiwager 191 170 16 bit)
Tallett 130 11J 1M 40
Stapenhorac 147 13 13 43
Cump 159 158 17U 4W
Totals 771 T76 834 2.381
The West Sides won two games from
the Te-Be-Ce'a last night on tne basement
alleys. Hauler had high single game with
.vz and Lemon had high, total witn o-v.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Straw 138 la 187 441
Patterson 127 178 17S 478
Lemon 182 180 158 oM
Totals 447 t)2 488 1.437
1st. 2d. d. Total.
Haster US lol 2"2 601
Brine 148 13 18 4iJ
tenders Ul 14a lbi WJ
Totals 477 442 138 1,457
The Beaelln Mixers won two games from
the West Sides lam night on the basement
alleys. Dick Schneider - had high single
game with 216 and lilll Schneider nad mgn
total with out. Mcore:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Brvne ll 1W 120 448
Haater 14 H7 146 47
Sanders li3 lo 15a 4.
Totals i3i 462 423 1.424
1st. 2d. 3d Total.
Beselin 1& 1 U
U. Scnnelder 12 21s 1 W
M benneider 1M U2 Hi U
Totals 437 57 618 1.623
RnnriM on Franclscoa alley In th Mer
1st. 2d. a. loiai.
Stockwell U4 ls
Howell 147 140 4
Urant 177 le 14J 4,
1 Totals 430 4W 4J0 1.348
lot. 2d. 3d. Total.
Sellne- 2Ji lo4 1U 46
Slaughter 14 u 141 4-1
Dartelaon 17 144 14a 4o'
TotalB 604 430 4W l.!W2
Scores on Francisco's alleys in th Omaha
1st. 2d. 2d. Total.
Flush 14 14 140 4a
Jensen 167 2iW 16 tUZ
Mlicliell 14 1W 1
Schmidt iwi imi lo 16
Uoff Ii"! 1 !' J
Totals t2V & IM0 2,bs
OMAHA BEDDING COMPANY.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Sherwood ! io9 m k.
Schumacher 2oi 16 1 aal
Johnson .-I3 11 i. Ui
'Iracy Ui 10 lil 4i2
CiiandKr ttil IU lift a
Totals 871 839 8tx 2.Jii
Soath Oaiska I.eagac.
The L'nlon Slock Yarda bolwcra defeated
the Gophers by winning two of the matcn.
Ut. 2d. 3d. Total.
Tanner , 1 14 1U 487
Baker hfl 144 1M 48 1
Chadd In 171 142 472
Hunt U7 16 170 w
Itsgerald 100 153 15ft m
Totala W Ts 7M 2,358
UNION STOCK YARDS.
let. 2d. Sd.-Total.
Davis li 14 ixa m
lraw 17T 144 137 4ns
Parka l.tl M lwt tn
Brlgga 145 K3 1h 45
Krye 144 111 !7 7
t Totala M MX set j jyj
Pcrilxtent advertising r in road, to U'g
Mahmout Wins in Straight Falls and
Conquers Physician in
KANSAS CITY, April 8. Yussiif Mahmout,
the Turkish w rentier, defeated lr. B. F.
Roller, of Seattle, In straight falls In their
match here tonight. The first fall came in
S5:30 with a double wrist lock and a scis
sors hold. The second fall took hut two
minutes and thirty second and was ob
tained with an arm luck and a half nel
Roller never appeared to have a chance
to win. Mahmout forced the contest from
the beginning and obtained dangerous hoMa
with little difficulty. The physiclun did
not get the Turk In trouble at any time.
Roller's poor showing might have been
due in a measure to his poor condition.
After the first fall. Jack Curley, Roller's
manager insisted hla man had injured his
right shoulder, and proposed the bout be
mopped. Club offlcals forced Roller to fin
ish the match.
After the wrestlers were In the ring Rol
ler said he would not wrestle If Mnhmout
did hot don shoes. The Turk put on shoes.
while the spectators hissed.
Before the bout had proceeded two min
utes. Roller sustained a severe cut over his
eye. It bled freely.
James Asbell, of Kansas City, defeated
Kali Pasha, the "hand painted Tin k" in a
preliminary. Incensed because Pasha bit
him, Asbell threw his opponent over the
Jcft Runs Nine
Miles at Stretch
Big; Fellow Gets Down to Strenuous
Training and Will Begin
BEN LOMOND. Cal.. April 8. James J.
Jeffries buckled down to real training to
day. He ran nine miles along the country
roads, played base ball for two hours and
then worked tn the hand ball court until
the perspiration rolled from his body.
Jeffries was up and ready at 6 o'clock
this morning. Accompanied by Farmer
Burns. Bob Armstrong and his two neph
ews, Jeffries started out on a Jog to the
village ot Boulder Creek, four and a half
miles from camp. When he reached the
village be turned around and Jogged right
back to camp. His pace was easy and his
wind was good.
After a rest of a few hours Jeffries peeled
down to his undershirt and led the way
to the base ball field. For nearly two hours
he tossed the ball and caught grounders
from the bat of Sam Berger. Later hand
ball became the order of exercise.
The effect of this work, coupled with the
mountain climbs and the previous two days'
training, was evident In a change tn the
much-talked-of waist line.
The fear of Jeffrie' trainers that ho will
overwork and fall stale before the fight Is
shown in the new camp program, . which
eliminates hand ball. A bit of early morn
ing road work and a four-round boxing
session with Armstrong la the afternoon Is
the program now laid down.
SOLDIER TEAM WINS GOOD GAME)
glxteeath Infaatry Defeates freight
ion Annex by 3 to 2. ''
In a warm game on the post diamond
today the soldiers beat team from Creigh
tom annex by a score of 3 to 2. A batting
rally In the eighth inning won the game.
Though beaten, the Creighton team has
nothing to be ashamed of its playing. Both
pltchera were in mid-season form.' Score:
INFANTRY. I CRKlOHTON.
Kalal, If 4 14 1 0, MrK, .... 0 9 1 a
Waller, c.,. 4 1 4 0 0 Brunihart. 2b 4 1 1 1
Itmr, lb... 4 3 12 0 0 Hronek, It.., 4 i 1 0 0
Qulfly, rf.. I 0 1 0 0: lverein. lb I 1 10 0 I
curria. b.. 4 14 0 0 Loti. 4 1 V
Deckar. 2b... I 1 1 2 1 Plillbln, lb... I 0 1 1 1
Murvbr. cf.. 1 0 0 0 0Hrrln'on, cf 4 0 I 0 0
Birch, of I 1 0 Oiltllcy, rt 3 0 10 0
Hallck, ... 4 10 4 lIHermeaou, c. t 0 4 0 0
Ootmley. p. 416 1
1 Totals 31 4 24 10
Total 84 I Tt 12 3
Inlantry 00001002 3
Creighton Annex.... 10100000 0-2
Earned runs: Infantry, 1; Creighton, 1.
Two-base hits: Sherer, Decker. Brunghart.
Three-base hits: Kalal, Sherer. Sacrifice
hlta: Quigley, Decker, Devereaux. Stolen
bases: Waller (2), McKee, Devereaux. Wild
pitchea: By Gormley, 2; by Lots, 2. First
base on balls: Off Gormley, 2. Struck out:
By Gormley, 2; by Lots. 4. Left on bases:
Infantry, 9; Creighton, 4. Time: 2:00. Um
BOY SWIMMER SETS nECORD
Chlcaa-oaa Wins 220-Yard Krent
Beating; llandy'a Time.
CHICAGO. April 8. Charles M. Daniels
of the New York Athletic club and Michael
MeDermott of the Chicago Central Young
Men's Christian association, unattached,
made two new swimming marks in the
national championship meet at the Illinois
Athletic club tonight.
Daniels took the 100-yard swim In 0:515,
four-fifths of a second faster than his own
mark of 0:S6, but this will not stand as a
new worlds record on account ot tank
MeDermott, who Is 17 years old, won tho
200-yard breast stroke and In doing so took
H. J. Handy'a record for the 100-yard breast
stroke. The timekeepers caught MeDermott
at the 100-yard mark and the record will
stand. MeDermott did the distance in
1:16. Handy's time was 1:17V
Ited Cloud to "Try" Mea.
CRESTON, la., April 8. (Special.) Man
ager Ben Grant's Red Cloud (Neb.) league
team players are to "try out" at this place
during the latter part of this month, and
Creston fans are planning to bring about
a series of games between his men and the
Creeton team, which Is composed of about
the tarn players as last year. When It was
learned that Manager Grant had selected
tills place as the rendesvous for his team,
local enthusiasts "got busy" and a cor
respondence opened wKh him relative to a
seriea of games, and he favored the prop
osition. It la highly probable that lovers
of the gam will have an opportunity to
witness some good ball, as the maneger of
the Red Cloud team expects tn try out a
large number of men from different parts
of the country for his final team.
Jay Goald Va. Joahaa Crane.
NF.W YORK, April 8 Joshua Crane of
the Boston Racquet and Tennis club will
meet Jay Gould, the national champion, in
the challenge round for the court tennis
championship at the New York Racquet
and Tennis club next Saturday.
Crane, by beating Payne Whitney toduy
by three seta to nothing, 18 game to 10,
won the right to challenge the champion.
The acore by sets waa 6-3, -4. 8-3, and
the bet tennis aeen here this week was
played on both aides.
Hiatal School Girl Races Wriloa.
KENDALLVILLK, lnd April 8. An 18-yeur-old
high school girl. Loretta Loo her.
onler to this city early today. Weston
during the eighteen mile walk from Lig
onler to thla city early today. Westeon
pasaed the night at Brimfleld and start.nl
east at 4 o'clock, accompanied by Miss
Locher. who said she would walk with the
party to Kendallvllle.
Berroa Will Rival laanel.
NEW ORLEANS, April S.-The camel,
ptoverbally associated with the Fhrlners
order, haa met with a rival. A carload of
Mxlcan burros teatiied Nw Orleans Inst
night from El Paso. Tex., to be used by the
hliriners t'f that city during the coming
meeting of the order beginning here Sun
day. Billiard Resalts.
NEW YORK. April 8-ln the match
for th amateur' billiard championship at
the Hamilton club, Brooklyn, J. Frederic
Poggenburg of the Lelderkrans club of this
city beat Morris It. Brown, the Brooklyn
rliampion. w lio represent th hum club,
b a c.-- ..f 4110 to 34J
Game in Kansas
University of Kansas Students Vote
Unanimously to Cut Out Big
LAWRENCE, Kan.. April J. Fifteen
hundred students of th University of Kan
sas voted unanimously today In favor of
the. abolition of the Thanksgiving foot ball
game In Kansas City, which hss been the
big feature of university athletics In this
section for fifteen years.
The students voted to hold the g.tne on
the Saturday before Thanksgiving and it
will be played In Lawrence or Columbia.
"The ebolltlon of the Kansas City game
would remove all the objections to three
things that the regents urge against the
game now," said Edwrtn Markham, who
put the resolution. "They are commerenl
Ism, gambling on the game and drunken
ness In connection with the game."
Body Blow for
Court Decides that Pugilists Who
Violate Law Are Undesirable
as Hotel Guests.
PHILADELPHIA. 'April 8.-Batiling Nel
son, the former lightweight champion of
the world, lost another fight today when
he was knocked out In three minutes by
a Jury in the Cnlted States court, which
decided against him tn his suit for 110,000
damages against the Bellevue-Stratford
hotel, for refusing hira accommodations.
Judge Holland,' In his charge to th Jury,
said that tf Nelxon had violated the laws
of any stale which prohibited prixe fight
ing, then, under the law, he was unde
sirable as a guest.
Champions Break Camp.
HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. April 8. The Pitts
burg world's champions will break their
spring training camp tomorrow,' the first
team going to Little Rock, where a game
is ncheduled with the Fayetteville State
university team. The second division will
meet the flrat team at Memphis.
Iowa Loses Second Game.
IOWA CITY. Ia,, April 8.-(PpeciaI Tele
gram.) Iowa lot Its second game today
to Davenport's Three-1 team,, score, 4 to
0. The visitors equalled the students In
hits, making five; made but one error
against Iowa's four. Batteries: For Iowa,
Elkhorn and Strlckler, Noble; for Daven
port, Reese and Holycross, Waters.
Base Ball at Benson.
A double-header will open Benson's base
ball season Sunday. Tho J. S. Cross nine
will play the Rangers, and the Benson
Eagles will take on the Spauldlngs. A pa
rade, headed by a brass band, will leave
the poatofflce at 1:30. and Mayor Tracy
will pitch the first ball at 2 p. m.
Hartley Girla Win.
BARTLEY. Neb.,- April 8. (Special Tele
gram.) Bartley. girls won at basket ball
with Culbertson. 25 to 4. This Is the result
of a game of basket ball played here this
evening between the home high school
girls and Culbertson High school girls. The
game was onesided. Culbertson made Its
first field goal after it had no chance to
Base Ball Scores.
At Kansas City Detroit, 3; Kansas City,
1. (Twelve innings.) . . v
At .'.Dayton, o. Cleveland Americans. "8;
Dayton Central- league. 4V ;:'. -".7-.V ;
At Nashville Boston American regulars,
9; Nashville Southerns, 2.
At Baltimore New York Nationals, 5;
Baltimore Easterns. 3.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati Nationals,
Philadelphia Americans second. 8.
At Sioux City Chicago Americans. 13
S?ioux City, 9. .
At New Orleans Cleveland Americans
second, 10; New Orleans Southerns, 8.
High School Lads
in Duel Over Girl
One Boy May Die Because of Injuries
-Twenty Onlookers Are
PASSAIC, N. C, April 8.-Twenty high
school lads were arrested here today and
warrants are out for others tn connection
with a prize fight held Tuesday night be
tween their schoolmates, Gilbert Trehou
and Frank Keiser, each 19 years old. as a
result of which young Trehou is believed
to be dying.
The boys quarreled over a girl and agreed
to fight It out before their friends. Tre
hou was knocked out In the seventh round
with a solar plexus punch.
GROUND FOR JEWISH TEMPLE
BROKEN BEFORE SPECTATORS
Flfly Members of Congirearntlosi
(herra B'nal Israel Bee Dirt
Fly at ISth and Cblcasso.
(iround was broken yesterday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock for tho new Jewish temple
of the Chevra B'nal Israel congregation t
Eighteenth and Chicago streets In the pres
ence of about fifty members of the congre
gation. The building committee, consisting of J.
Ketleman. M. Blank. S. Ravltz. D. Pearl
man, A. Fcrer, A. Wolf, M. Tatle and A.
B. A,lpin, had charge of tho ceremonies,
which were siinplt. Among others present
at the ceremony were: A. Steinberg. II.
Kreid . J. Brow n. Joseph Steinberg and
Samuel Novltsky. former presidents of the
congregation, and Rabbi 11. Grodinsky.
The ground was broken about the cen
ter of the plot on which the new temple
Is to stand, all those present assisting In
the work of shoveling the dirt Into a
wagon, continuing at the work until the
wagon was filled.
The new temple, which Is to cost $.0.0O0.
will be finished September 1. It will be a
three-story structure. Including basement,
auditorium and balcony and will be built
of terra rotta, stone and pressed brick. It
will he one of the handsomest church
buildings of the Jewish faith In the west,
and will bo absolutely fir proof. The en
tire basement wtll be devoted to Sabbath
school utf.s, of which the congregation now
has four large classes.
John Harte will ba the contractor having
charge of the construction.
Xb Saturday is ' recognised as the Sab
bath of thia congregation, no work will be
dune on the building Saturdays or holidays,
but th worklngmen employed on the con
struction will be paid for those days never
theless. The dimensions of the new church
will be 06x140 feet. It will face on Chicago
During construction work of the tempi
the Sabbath school will be carried on In
the fram building at the rear of tb tem
ple p ot. This building has been repaired
and fitted up temporarily for th purpose.
When you want what ;ou want when
you want it, say so through Th BVv"am
At the Theaters
"A Roial Mare" at the Hrag.
Some uncertainty exists as to whether lh
"Royal Slave" la a mu.-ical comedy or a
melodrama, but taken as either it has
thrills and appeals all Its own.
It seems that some time after the fall
of the lncas. Countess Incl DiOra gol Into
an enforced marriage that made tier hos
tile all her life. She was a hostile woman
down In the land that looks like the pict
ures on the clar box. Also, Just to make
It good, she had a beautiful daughter much
besought In matrimony, holy and unholy,
by heroes and villains. Now the countess
set out to be a vlllaint'ss, and she suc
ceeded handsomely, with the assistance of
that most consummate of villains. El Cap
Itan, who looks In on the scenery most of
the time in a bullfighter's velvet stilt. The
perfectly good gfts the altogether delecta
ble little Isadora DcOra, daughter of the
haughty countess, but she makes 14 Inler
stlng With the aid of hln ancient nibs, one
Mr. Agulla. touted as the lastest and last
of the Montesumas. Marjorie Foster
spends part of her time in the role of
Isadora and part of It cooing son n lets to
the audience. She Is better when she
sings. Eugene Murphy has the pleasure nf
taking the part of Don Carlos Castello, the
redoubtable hero and successful lover.
The one darling gem of the production
is LfBter R. Calvin in the role of Hum
bolt Agasslb Jones. Mr. Jones is entrusted
with a lot of heroism for his tender years,
besides carrying off the palm among stage
"Journalists." He does a song and dance
House of Commons
Adopts Veto Bill
Besolution Declares that Lords
Disabled from Rejecting
LONDON, April 8. The House of Com
mons, in committee today, adopted Pre
mier Asquith's first veto resolution by a
vote of 3& to 227. This resolution declares
It expedient that the House of Lords be
disabled by law from rejecting or amend
ing a money bill, but That any such limi
tation shall not be taken to diminish or
qualify the existing rights ot the House
PICKETT'S BILLWINS FAVOR
Iowan'a Public Land Measure Ordered
to House Committee by
! WASHINGTON. April 8-A favorable re
port on an administration conservation
measure. Introduced by Representative Pick
ett of Iowa, authorizing the president to
withdraw public lands, was ordered by the
house committee on public lands by a
party vote today. The bill would pre
scribe that after withdrawal the lands may
be classified as to character and value and
restored to entry.
Democratic members contended that with
drawals made by former President Roose
velt and President Taft were unauthorized
by law and they unsuccessfully opposed
a provision in the bill which ratified and
confirmed all the withdrawals heretofore
made and now existing.
To No Class
OUR AIM in this ready-to-wear
clothing business is
to make it cosmopolitan.
To make the man whose clothes
limit is $15 feel just aa much at
home here as the ,uan who ran
spend 35 for a suit or overcoat
without giving the matter a sec
ond thought. -
VALUE, VALUE, VALUE is
the underlying principle
which we endeavor to em
phasize in every transaction that
occurs in our shop. We want to
attract customers by the quality
and superiority of our meTcThan
dise, and our rapier growth proves
that this idea is based on a founda
tion of solid rock.
TO FURTHER THESE IDEALS
it is self-evident that the
many men you know well
enough to influence will make us
mighty fareful In our treatment
of you. You can hare absolute con
fidence in every statement we
make, and if anything Isn't right
we will stretch a point to make it
Clothes That Satisfy.
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at White House
Representatives of Bethlehem Strik
ers Tell President of Conditions
WASHINGTON, Api.i a.-Represontatlvcs
of the striking employes of the Bethlehem
Steel works had their Innings before Presi
dent Taft today. David WII, lams, chair
man of the eecutie committee of the
strikers, told the president that conditions
in the steel plant were unbearable; that
the einploes who are unorganized were
being compelled to work twelve, fifteen and
eighteen hours tach day for from 9 cents
an hour tip; Hint the strike was precipitated
by the disnilsal of three men who refused ;
to work on Sunday for almost nothing. ;
Mr. Williams asked the president w hether
lie had received the report of the conitnls- I
felon appointed by the Department of Com- j
inerce and Lsbor to Investigate conditions
at Bethlehem. I
The president said he had not received.
the report, but would call for it. He j
asked the strikers to submit their case to
him in writing sj that he cou d give It I
formal cotisldc rutiou.
DESERTER REFUSED PENSION
Civil War Veteran tutored hy Mill-I
tnry Committee, Hnt l.nter j
WASHINUTON, April 8. The proposal to
vote a pension to a man accused of de
sertion, which had been arted upon favor
ably by a majority of the house com
mittee on military affairs, and to which
report a minority of the committee vigor
ously dissented, was rejected by the com
Scrofula, ia V.1nj ji...
gland, It is almost entirely hereta lts oTXL tZT f XH
aome specific blood poison which ha. bW traniVf'.5 g le,ds dre6a of
offspring of diseased parentage. Wherhe ffi u fom to tho
attack, other portion .of tto bertd. thVxLT TltUted Scrofula
frequently in weak eyes p wTrlrvdrinJ w ..9 gUnf8, and we 806 lts
diseases like loe.ci 8reB u ulcer8'
sufferers from scrofulous olei It 1 iSiin-" ??Ung "e the H9ual
until middle life Is reached! or .t &t v18 8omotl" held ia check
decline, VtoAZZJHl 1tTS3?
certain cure for Scrofula. Tt t. . w!t - - J , -L.?" a " the ona real n
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is a aeciaea rasK!
readily understand "fei
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the IpS-V i
hafT.o ' vtftf
I tolerate a nai wnuoui. wrr -
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' Closing Out Sale
j Suits Worth up to $42.50
A full line of the latest weaves and designs to
select from, workmanship and fit guaranteed.' All
work made up in our own sanitary shop.
Boys and Young Men's $15.00 Harvard Suits in this sale
Come in today.
Herzdg Tailoring Co.
219 North I6th Street.
A. brilliant spot on the map
Uecanse the city has been advertised far and wide, wherever our
language is understood.
And by what?
The Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben. the Trans-Mississippi expofiit Ion
.National ( orn exposition, and various national rnnvpnttnnR hrl
Omaha all have advertised the city
superiorities wnnoui tnis advertising, the Omaha of today would not
be in existence.
Omaha now has an unusual opportunity to secure a vast amount
of this valuable advertising. Because the Omaha Ad club has secured
tho annual convention of the Associated Advertising dubs of America
for Omaha, which will bring here upward of one thousand of the
country's live wires next July.
Tills convention means more to Omaha tian any other ever held
- if Omaha does her part well and Omaha will -the resultant
good advertising will be of a character and volume that all the mil
lions of Omaha money positively could not buy.
To make doubly sure that Omaha's' work will be well done, everv
good citizen should Join the Omaha Ad club, for upon this live, wide
awake, up-to-date organization refits the responsibility of the convention.
He alive to this opportunity, yo", good citizen, and do your part to
boost Omaha onward and upward.
A minute of your tlme a check and this coupon properly filled
thafa all we ask please do it now.
Jf Omaha is good enough
to make your money in,
this city is good enough to
upend it in. Hut this $.).()()
is not Kpont it's invested.
Try for a Prize
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When a McKibbin hat
you look out from under
You tell other Hatters to
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mittee today, when It voted unanimously
to recall Its approval.
The case was H:iu of John ttMy. an e
unioii soldier, who is raid to have desertr I
Immediately after the close of the ci..l
war, after three months' service. He ap
plied for a pension, but the minority mem
bers of the committee opposed his applica
tion on the ground I hnt his case Would
establish a precedent that would adniit
thousands of so-culled flehcrters' lo the
government pemion rolls,
THE HEAL CURE
.-There, h jio mistake abputone thing
comment with mea
aw-- rj.T -vim
I SB IHl Nil i'o,'f a ;
jassW I I sis.
sMet0 ad. baUciffir and for this
- ft2L I attkiT Is assured of pro-
and directed attention to her many
Chairman Mmlrshlp ComnUtU
Omah A Club.'
Herewith Is my check, for 15 00 In nav
m.nt for Initiation f (2 00) and
What name sounds good to you
for a Schmoller & Mueller JMano.
Well, send it in right away. Don't
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