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avuu. u, 1 run.
Junt tnto Kbikii territory to plav thre
lento, on with the Manhattan Ait'ri snd
t with the stats university at Law
rence. They will sn-lve st Manhattan In
tlm to play th Agles In the afternoon,.
Wednesday. On Thursday and Friday they
will ba at Lawrence to content with the
Before the repot t of the delinquencies
wa Issued Coach Carroll said that he
though his mn w ould In all tha games
of the trip. It It reported that the Askh
are not o strong as they were last sea
son, when they supported one ot the fast
est college nines in the middle west. They
should not prove any too strong for the
Cornhuskers If the latter are able to take
their best men. ,
From the home of the Jayhenkers has
rorne word tlat they will be ready for
Nebraska. They, too, have been getting
Into shape to take the Cornhuskers Into
their camp and they mean that Nebraska
ahall play mighty good ball In Order to
win. The Jsyhawkers. like the Corn
huskers, have lost several of the slar men
who were on the team last spring and they
are not possessed of as strong an aggre
gation aa they sent after the Missouri val
ley championship title a year ago.
Rammer Base Hall Talk.
During the week considerable discussion
haa taken place regarding the proposition
of permitting university students to play
base ball for money In' the summer. At
present all member of athletic teams In
the universities and colleges of the Mis
souri valley conference are prohibited from
playing summer ball with professional or
semi-professional fams. The conference
rule says that no athelte shall use his ath
letic skill to earn money, and It speci
fically state that no student who plays
"summer base ball with teams that pay
their players" shall be eligible for Inter
For several year the sentiment at Ne
braska has been strongly In favor of allow
ing students to play ball And earn their
vacation money by that means. The chief
res ion for the growth of such a feeling here
I that the Cornhuskers know the rules
gainst summer base ball are openly vio
lated by atudenta from many western
schools. The rule la a dead letter and never
ha bean enforced In the Missouri valley
Certain members of the faculty at Ne
braska are opposed to maintaining the
anti-summer base ball rule as a blind any
longer. They want the students to have
Uta free will of the university to play ball
for money and they are going to force the
athletic board to take some action on the
matter. If the board wKl not permit the
athletes to play summer ball, then these
faculty members are going to appeal their
ease to tha Board of Regentes where they
fel certain of getting a fair hearing and
the abolition of the obnoxious rule.
Track Mem Work Hard.
Th cinder path athletes of the university
have been getting down to strenuous train
ing this week. Fully sixty men have been
out each night. Coach Cherrlngton had the
entire bunch of candidates come together
a his home Thursday night to dlscut the
mean a any way of turning out a winning
team. Over sixty men accepted the invlta
, tlon of tha ooaoh. and there was enough
plrlt manifested on this oocaalon to turn
out team to defeat Kansas,
Tha new cinder path on Nebraska' field
la not yet completed and It will be fully two
week before Manager Eager will have the
job don. Tha work baa 'been delayed
through th Inability of th engineers to get
cinders to put into the circle. The atralght-of-way
in front of the grandstand wa
finished yesterday, and there the short dls
amoe runner wilt ba able to train during the
Thirty Ma for Foot Ball.
Coach Harry Ewlng atarted the spring
foot ball training campaign Monday with
about thirty men on his squad. Most of
this week wa apent in kicking and tossing
th ball. The coach wants the men to get
used to handling the ball before he lets
them try out th new plays.
- During the coming week the coach will
experiment with the new rules adopted by
the foot ball committee at the recent meet
ing in New York City. "King" Cole and
Alonso Btagg of Chicago have given Ewlng
aome valuable suggestions about playing
under the new code. The Maroon coach has
forwarded the Nebraskan several play
that he say will work successfully. Coach
Ewlng haa aome ideas about the new rulea
himself, and he will try several of his own
The rules committee haa not yet adopted
any rules for defensive playing, and Ew
lng will try several suggestion of Stagg
to see what can be done with them in an
effort to perfect defensive plays, Ewlng
will report th result of his experiments
to Btagg so th Chicago coach may b pre
pared to argue for certain defensive play
before the rule committee at It next meet
ing in Philadelphia on April 29. -
SULLIVAN LAUDS OBABAfllEET
(Continued from First Page.)
will in th near future play an important
part in all ot our athletlo activities, track
and field aporta particularly, for In all sec
tion of th country new associations are
; luring; organised, successfully managed and
ar becoming part of the Amateur Athletic
, IOWA. BALL. TUAM SHOWS IP WEI.I?
j Coach - Greea Pleased with Wark la
Series with. Darestsrt,
IOWA C1TT. la., ' April ' ..-(Special )-
7V ihwii samea wun the Daveu-
luiwi irv.ii oav inoKit xnat Iowa
vav imu piayers. Buck Han
Ion's twirling, barring wlldnene at times
has beea good, and Coach Ted Green ba
ll m-aa h will develop into a wood iv,-
Hanson at first also has distinguished him
self, fltewsrt at second shows no re
versal of form, while Thompson In right
field haa bn nabbing Imminent hits
in iuiwic oi nook, behind the bat
berause of a strained arm has oontrthuted
oi:iwbat toward lotta's defeats. Noble
In bis pJace, has been doing good work'
but Is nut the man tha midget Is.
Fast Uaca at Holdr.
HOLDllKOh., Neb., April 8 1 Special
An tr,lreiug ball game, th first of the
season In this city, was plsyed today. The
local hitch school team met a tram of
pickup from the city and th school boy
all. leu a were gtvtn a trouncing by th
score of 8 to 1. Four prospective stats
leegueis were In the lineup of the city team
end the bull put up by that KaeKtlon
of a faul variety. Heal at Khurt.i,,..
should be a stone aall to ttaatlnga, as soma
of th slope and throws h lit. is t,xlv
were ntarvelmis. Fenner who allowed u,,
high school I1'1 otily a sing-Is hit. was In
good form, tkl. on n cautious of his arm
t times. Kennr will perform in tha box
for the Kearney team and will be In ex
relient stupe at the start of th achedula
rtixlsirom, whu will sipn up l'h on of
the teams, pill up a tjit article ot ball
ix i the aavond saoi, while Yours, who will
backstop for 1 Milan's Coturnois team
raotilit sn eicrlUiit im and at!o,i
lions of the yuur.iei to put loin ary laa
At Pt. Jiwpli-Su J)n Wratarna, I; g(,
Paut AniKtt.n Afl.tH-!aiin. 1-
At t'tntttuvait OnciituaU. . Philadelphia
A Miri. mim N. t S.
Ai f.miinut-Nnilnl.1 I. Fl.MUon Amr
At Pawrla Chicag Nationals, t. p
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At lU:t niw -Hrvuk!) it Nalljiiais. 1,
iJmim.a tji-r, a
At iW low liicaft Natuma'a, It. iy-
At New Or :mii-Cle eland Kw.mJ.a, 4.
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At I 'an t wna:w,l, t pauv:;. 1
A t iunitu-': n.t. I f..i tmbua.
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A.sm.ln A"lat Mk )
In South Dakota
Seven Schools Will Be Represented in
Contesti in Huron Late
! in Uav.
HIIIOX. . D. April . (Special. 1-On
May 2 and 17 will occur. In this city, the
snntial Intercolleglste track meet and ora
torlcal contest. This la expected to be the
big event of th scsson for Snath Dakota
colleges and It Is expected that th attend
ance will be the largest even seen at a
similar gathering within the state. The
Institutions represented will b Vermillion,
Brookings. Mitchell, Tankton, Madison,
Kedfleld and Huron, each Institution send
ing strong teama In every department. '
The program la on of the best and each
event will be contested with much aplrit.
Arrangementa have been made by Huron
college to entertain th crowd during the
wait period between events. They pro
pose Introducing, beside musical numbare,
burlesque, vaudeville and humorous stunts,
Four bands will be In attendance. En
thusiasm la developing In the track meet.
Brookings for aeveral years past has been
In the lead, but this year Vermillion hope
to put that institution In the shad and
carry home the cup.
Those who will take part In the oratorical
contest are among the best speakers in the
northwest and much enthusiasm is already
manifest In the contest, those taking part
having already won more than local noto
riety. Jeffries Living
Close to Nature
Lure ot Forest and Stream Keeps
Fighter from Entering Spar
BEN LOMOND, Cal.. April S. -Climbing
mountain trails and wading th pool
where trout abound, formed th greater
part of James J. Jeffrie' training; today.
Manager Sam Berger had announced that
there would be boxing today with Bob
Armstrong, th giant negro pugilist, but
the lure of the woods was too strong for
Jeffries, and beside th roof was not off
Jim 1 going In strong for the "close
to natur" cult Ha plana to sleep out of
doors, eat out of dcors and do all his box
ing In an open air gymnasium. There will
be a wall around It so that visitors to the
camp will not be able to see th great
fighter In cction without paying.
After his usual morning roadwork, which
called for a ten-mil jaunt this morning,
Jeffrie and a local trout-hooking; expert
started along the San Iiorsnso river to
eek the pool where th speokled beau
tlea hide. They were successful, bringing
Into camp a string of seventy ftsn.
In th afternoon th. skipping rope wa
brought into play. Jeffrie worked at this
for about ten minute. He complained of
stiffness in hi arm and shoulders, but
after th handball wa brought out and ha
had worked at that at hi usual breakneck
pac for an hour or so he said that he
felt all right. Th first boxing now Is
scheduled for Saturday, but It depends
upon whether th gymnasium Is ready by
Berger left camp for San Francisco to
day. Just before he took the train he tele
graphed a good offer to Jo Choynskt to
coma to th coast at once and Join Jef
fries' camp a a sparring partner. Choynskl
was requested to reply immediately so that
other arrangementa could b mad it h
did not want .to com.
, Berger I dickering with moving picture
men on the proposition of taking Jeffrie
In the various stunt around the camp. Ha
hope by thla plan to pay Jeffrie' training
Mar Aero Meet
Motors on Three Biplanes Go Wrong
at Memphis Curtiss Equals
His Own Record.
MEMPHIS, Tenn..April . Engtn
trouble marred to a csrtaln extent th
aviation meet this afternoon. No special
program had been arranged and it was pro
posed to glv a scries of duration and
height flights, but the motor on thre ot
the Curtis biplane her prevented vary
In another attempt today to break his
quick start record Glenn H. Curtis equalled
th record he made her yesterday, rid
ing In flv and four-fifths second. H
agsln failed to lowsr th abort start record
of ninety-eight feet made at Lo Angeles.
Charles F. Wlilard waa unabl to get hi
machln In perfect working ordsr and only
attempted an ordinary trial flight. Thre
successful flights of short duration wer
made by J. C. Mais.
Fall Foot Ball
- Schedule df Iowa
Hawkeyes Will Have Two Games
with Universities of the
IOWA CITT. I-, April .-(Spcial.)-The
Iowa university eleven will play two
Blg-Elght game next year, according to
the announcement made by 13. H. Smith,
athletlo manager. Four out of th aeven
games win be pisyea away from home.
The following Is the schedule;
October 1 Mornliixslde rolleg at Iowa
Ovtoher S Northwestern university at
October i& Missouri at Columbia.
October Ji pui-iiii at Iowa City.
November b Iowa Htat college at Ames.
Nuvsmtjvr 12 In a a university at Dea
N.-vamber Washington university at
HfllM at Cricketer Hastsr,
Willlstn Marehalt. president of th Omaha
Ciltket club, wtahra to eunouiwe that the
annual meeting uf th club will be hld
Monday event! April 11. at th of'n of
Ine luuls 1'iiniiiig roiii(iiy. s.ie.ilon
of ofrii-vr for tha tiitii: ar wtil kti
licit! aiid Atlir Luiiiivm villi be trauuet!.
'fia Mniat 1La
..He oM noii la! n.enl
se ai,a ,.,1,Jl,
n wui -iuaiH f-ri '.f ftl ::t'i4 l
H"B, feAaiv l..u -n'a I u, a ( .c
A m.,, (iiit i(.r a t r K,i,,.r alal snj
a d4t t.f t. waia a,t l. la
tt .ilrta r..f i vtthvO
1 "a I Mat l4 i- iri.-f:m 4n4 P an
i '.4 P a n
I 'a. r
It waa an all tt'KM aeata In the lower
branrn of lha eole iMlaii v rofieaa.
The Hon. Jane t. lunh Kn laade of
IK lnu (anil, waa Biakl;." h" ramu
S-evh tiiMi lima ai it the p il.i: '.t.iv
t-na h ( la knl ip l 'r for aave.i hom-s
a at eavan irnnotea iiK.it lta(ltls fur
a wor.1. ml hr u,k''ra ba tu fat
ALONG AFRICAN CAME TRAILS
Theodore Roosevelt's Experience
Hunting: the Big Beasts.
SURVIVALS OF THE ELDER WORLD
lCtfeet of aallakt on the later af
Animals la Ike WIM t-
Tor jesrs most Bouth African hunters.
nd most uatursllsta, believed In th ex
istence of two species of prelienIle-llptiel,
or so-called "black," rhinoceros: on with
th front horn muih th longer, one with
th rear horn at least equal to the front.
It was Belous, a singularly clear-sighted
and keen observer, who first proved con
clusively that th difference was purely
Imaginary. Now, th curious thing Is thst
these experienced hunters usually attributed
entirely different temperaments to these
two Imaginary species. Th first kind, that
with the. long front, horn, they described
a a miracle of dangerous ferocity, and the
second as comparatively mild and In
offensive; and these veterans (Drummond
Is an Instance) persuaded themselves thst
this wss true, although they wer writing
In each cas of identically th same ani
mal! srvlral of fit Elder World.
Soon afterward w made out thre rhino
a mil aWay. They ware out In th bare
plain, alternately gTaalng- and enjoying a
noontido rest; th bull by himself, the cow
with her calf a quarter of a mile off. There
wa not crp of cover, but w walked up
wind to within 150 yarda of the bull. Even
than he did not seem to see ua, but th tick
birds, which were clinging to hi back
and aides, gav tha alarm, and he trotted
to and fro, uncertain as to th cause of
th disturbance. If Heller had not had
hie hands full with the giraffes I might
have shot the bull rhino: but hi horn and
bulk of body, though fair, wer not re
markable, and I did not molest him. He
went toward th cow, which left her calf
and advanoed toward him In distinctly
bellicose style;', then h recognised htm,
her calf trotted up. and the thre animals
stood together, tossing their heads, and
evidently trying to make out what wa
near them. But w were down wind, and
they do not cea well, with their little
twinkling pig eye. We were anxious not
to b charged by the cow and calf, as her
horn, wa very poor, and it would have
been unpleasant to be obliged to shoot her;
and so we drew off. .
Next day, when Ksrmit and I were out
alon with our gun bearer we saw another
rhino, a bull, with a stubby horn. This
rhino, like the others of th neighborhood,
wa enjoying hi noonday rest. In th open,
miles from covr. "Look at him," said
Kermlt, "standing there In tha middle
of the African plain, detp in prehistoric
thought." Indeed th rhinoceros does seem
like a survival from the elder world that
has vanished; ha wa In place in tha
pliocene; h would not hava been out of
place In the mlocene; but nowaday he can
only exist at all In region that hava lagged
behind, while the rest of the world, for
good or for evil, has gone forward. '
Stopping; Chara-lna- I.lon.
Th lion stopped and lay down behind a
bush; Jumping off I took a shot at him at
200 yards, but only wounded him slightly
in on paw, and after a monment's sullen
hesitation off he went, lashing his tall.
We mounted our horses and went - after
him; Tarlton lost sight of blm, but I
marked him lying down behind a grassy
ant hill. Again we dismounted at a dis
tance of 200 yards; Tarlton telling m that
now h was sure to charge. In all East
Africa there la no man, not even Cunlng
hamo himself, whom I would rather have
by m than Tarlton, it In difficulties with
a charging Hon; on this ocooslan, however,
I am glad to say that hi rifle was badly
sighted, and shot altogether too low.
Again I knelt and fired; but the mass of
hair on the Hon made me think he was
nearer than he was, and I undershot, in
flicting a flesh wound that was neither
orlpllng nor fatal. Ha wss already grunting
savagely and toaslng his tall erect, with
hi head held low; and at th shot the
great sinewy beast came toward us with
tha speed of a greyhound. Tarlton then.
very properly, fired, for Hon hunting; Is no
child's play, and It Is not good to run
risks. Ordinarily lt I a very mean thing
to experience Joy at a friend' miss; but
this wa not an ordinary case, and I felt
keen delight when th bullet from the
badly-sighted rifle missed, striking the
ground many yard short. I was sighting
carefully, from my knee,- and I knew I had
th Hon all right; for though h galloped
at a great pace, he cam on steadily ears
laid back, and uttering terrific coughing
grunt and there waa now no question ot
making allowanc for distance, nor, as he
was out in the open, for tha fact that h
had not before been distinctly visible. The
bead ot my foresight wa directly on th
center of hi chest a I prosed th trigger,
and tha bullet went a true a if th place
had fceen plotted with divider. The blow
brought htm all up standing, and he fell
forward on hi had. Th soft-nosed Win
chester bullet had gone straight througth
th chest cavity, smashing tha lungs and
th big blood vessels of th hesrt Pain
fully h recovered hi ft, and tried to
come on, his ferocious courage holding out
to the last.
Saallaat aad Colars.
At a dltanc th sunlight plays pranks
with the coloring of the animals. Cock os
triches always show jet black, and ar
visible at a greater distance than any of
the common game; the neutral tint of the
hens making them far less consplcious.
Both cock and hens are very wary, sharp
sighted, and hard to approach. Next to
th cock ostrich in consplcuousnea comes
th wildebeest, becaus it shows black In
most lights; yet when headed away from
th onlooker, th un will often make th
back of a herd look whitish in th din
ts roe. Wildebeest ar warier than most
other game. Round thla camp th topi
wer aa lam aa th hartsbeest; they look
very dark In most lights, only less dark
than th wildebeest, and so ar also con
spicuous. Th harttbeeat change from a
deep brows to a light foxy red. according
to th way they stsnd toward the sun;
and when a herd wa feeding away from
us, their while atcrna ahowed when a very
long war off. Th aebra's stripes cess
to b visible after k Is three hundred
yarda off, but In many lights h glistens
hit In th far dieunee. and Is then verv
conspicuous; on this day I cam across
a mlxd herd of sabra and aland in thin
btiah, and whan still a long wa off th
sehras caught th eye, while thalr largtr
companions t hardly Iv be
wisiJ oit without th field . The
gaseilsa uually show as aamiy i.iK.raJ,
srd It' therr.r ratter te, ronavlcuuu
than lh ether whea s'i:i, but rey era
coeaieruly to atotlun. and in sum Iritis
how ui) a alnwat white Whan thay are
fay off lb luii rat may make any of
thaae Salinas look very rfc rseiy
lialit. In fact si f tJiem re connpii. nous
at tun J.atancae. n4 m..at of t iaia !.
any aff.trt t t'rt uferv sl.ua d
lertal kais thai bauat ! tv-js eni
I At i'i ci a !.J fl a . ;h.ijji
I i. '. la l iil tuuiel tee , taw
puff SilJeia, s-'J t it o .rvni f, , (utiles
One uf in,' latter tfrn-e l':n' i-r
e'e trj it riinn at iia ii h' icii Hi
ii,in nonius ni't fn.'M fie lai l'
hlle fl.'tna or ll"m., I I z .lit'anra i f
eeisl fret. A fee eaia tin the a.nnn'nr
poser of thla si she, and .tIki. i f rrrtaln
otlirr Afl, an ). lea. lima to t e. I the
pol-rn st the face of an alisnt
denied hr aii.ntlM-. toil li la now sell
known. ln ha1 slremlv told me of
sn Itmtsnrs whlrh i anie under It's on
nhe"r atlon ; and Tarl'on hsd nine been
st rue k In the eea nd for the moment
nearly blinded iv the fwn-nn Me found
that to ws-ii the e) e Mil rtiilat ass
of mm h isllef. Theodore Itnoaevflt in
Up in Balloon
to Get License
Daughter of Former Illinois Con
gressman Wttnta Legal Permit
to Act a Sky Filot.
1ST. LOI'IM Mo, April B.-Ulas Tlsvls
Hartley of Kdwurci-ville. 111., a dsughter
of former Congreasman lisdley and a nlec
ot Mrs. II. Clay I'lnrce, made her flr-t
balloon asoen.lun this afternoon in an ef
fort to gel a pilot's license.
Phe went up with a brother end two
friends In an 80.000 cubic-foot balloon, start
ing from Pt. Louis ami landing In a potato
patch near Colllnsvllle, 111., two hours
later. Nine other trips to qusllfy her aa
a pilot will be made this spring.
Judge Wade for
Governor of Iowa
This is Desire of Democrats in Session
at Det Moines Moon for Lieu
DES MOINES, April 9 If th dimocrsts
who met here In conference yesterday have
their way about lt their state ticket will
Include Judft Martin J. Wade of Iowa City
for governor and Senator K. G. Moon of
Ottumwa for lieutenant governor.
Early this evening at a conference of
many of the most prominent members of
the general democratic conference of yes
terday It was decided that Wade and Moon
should be urged to make the race in th
interests of .the democratic party of the
state. Difficulty waa anticipated in Induc
ing Judge Wade to make the race, ss he
has stendfastly declined to enter politic
for offioa since his retirement from con
gress. 8. H. Dashor of Waterloo already
has filed his nomination papers, doing It
on the eve ot th conference.
State Association of Motor Car En
thusiasts Formed by Good Roads'
The Nebraska Automobile association
wa organised Friday aftornoon at the
Commercial club when representatives of
a dozen automobile clubs of Nebraska,
who were In Omaha to attend the good
road convention, held a meeting and
elected officers. These wer elected:
W. R. McKeen, Jr., Omaha, president.
U M. Talmage, Grand Island, first vie
O. W. Holmes, Lincoln, second vice pres
ident. Dr. W. J. Phillips, Hastings, treasurer.
J. H. Rofe, Nebraska City, secretary.
C. W. Y. Loucks. assistant secretary,
Representatives from tha varloua Ne
braska cluba'wer given a two-hour auto
mobile rid In and about Omaha over th
route covered by th Good Roads associa
tion, which left the city hall at 4 p. m..
in charge of G. W. Craig, city engineer.
In the evening representatives of the
Good Roads association and the automo
bile club banqueted at th Rom hotel.
They also attended the lecture which waa
given by A. N. Johnson, state highway
engineer of Illinois, In the Commercial
club rooms. With the formation oi th
Nebraska Automobile association, which
will co-operat with the Good Roads asso
ciation, lt Is anticipated that the public
highways of Nebraska will b improved
so as to compare with the excellent high
ways found in the eantern ststes.
Thera are In the neighborhood of eighteen
cities In the state ot Nebrsxka which hav
automobile clubs that will become members
of the state association.
New Elevator for
Firm Announces it Will Enild as
Large as Ever Perhaps on
"We hsll continue in Omaha with equal
facilities for the grain business that we
hava had heretofore," said 8. P. Mason,
th local representative of th Nye-Schnei-der-Fowler
Grain company Saturday morn
ing. "W hav not definitely decided
whether w shall rebuild on the ait of
our burned elevator or not. Jn any event,
w ar considering proposition for eleva
tion facilities which i sm not at liberty to
dlvulg Just at present."
THEATER PANIC CAUSED
BY EXPLOSION ON STAGE
Peaal Are Terrified lame
Herat fraa Tank of Mtltr
NEW YOKK, April .-Pnic bruk out
among l.OuO spectator at th Alhanibra
theater in Harlem tonight whea th gsau
iln tank of a motor cyii riddaa by a
young woman on th stags sxploded. and
sheet of flm curtained th etna around
th trai k.
Agnes Hatfield bt Neaark. N. J, knewn
a th ta ss Cedora. had reaihsd a
speed of forly-fiv mile an hour around
th small spliart.al trai K alien bar motor
ryd rollepatrd. it fall auiaaUed the -line
tans, stuttering gasoilaa over the flour.
Aa eaptuaion followed end tlte 1 1 was a
insa of flam.
Instantly th spettato.- rusted sarlek
lii to th door. Th fireman en djtr
vrdarvd the ahato curiam run duaa an -4
a it a tt fit shut off from view la
, id. riii a grew more iiN't and IS
puliv In th hot ware M to control
th prajr at lliat !. Im.u-1 v'av'B
V tft orvhaat), hl. ft diuwned out
Clout from ll ai'(a!'.e. a!itid th
Saiuo .4 tha tliralar waa eit.ftiel will!
at.'i aiinur i.j..Mea ii,oi.. M . . Hit
f .d Waa trii w'l an.l Iwm a.t. .1 attei..!
au'a baat nt Ir a fama tor(,,m i, a n
DAVID L. ROSE IMO HUT
llilnaukft il Tor Stops in Omth to
I Vi,t TTavir TtaMman
, , . j a it w
hTOXE IS LINCOLN LAST JflOHT
H laeajajal) (emeata eaerl the
(at laral le(leS) Wat I Ms
ralai aad Vaald !
Mayor lvld . H n f Miwsnh wss
In (imaha yeat.nlsf ert fool to IJnroln.
snd ws a vleitor at th .f fi cf Mainr
(iiMtnsn for a roopl of hu Mr lwe
ik Isal av.nli In l.lnroln ijlna th
Sgslost tha campaign of the ' drr "
Thl will maka th lt h rlty ef lh
t'nlta.l mta In which 1 hav sp kn fa
this lusue," said lh Mil auks lnor ' Mr
campaign has covered th ahl eounttf,
fmm old l"nuil hall In Ittrn I ruilmg.
ham. on lh roast. I hsv been v
th east, th south and wM. and every
where Hi tl.la I turning again"! th In
I'lUltoiis i hem of emty IikI option. Re
cently my Itinerary has taken tn over Illi
nois and MtrhlKsn, and lh proposition tot
lh strictly regulated saloon I gaif.in
friend everywhere. 1 h counties In Mich
igan that hav gon dry ar nrona-U a
il. Kvery county on th pentnaula h
vote.1 wet, becsue th peoplhsv see"
with their own eye th Iniquity of th Pro
hibition of diliiklng.
Dive FoIimvv ft .-na.
"Maasschusetl furnishes, perhaps, th
most slghlflcant examples of th lotten
ness of th mov to sbollah th slnn.
Thor th peopl saw that Immediately the
saloon was knocked out tn vilest oft of
establishment sprang Into rslslsnc on
th outskirts Ot th cltle. f'eopl left their
own town by trln lo trade In lh placs
In neighboring states wher they culd get
a drink If they so desired without sneaking
Into dives and blind pig.
"In Michigan practically a bad con
dition prevailed and In om places where
I spoke Intensely dramatlo incidents oc
curred. On such wa at Pontlac. whra a
hlKhly respectable woman took th tag
aftsr I hsd spoken and pleaded for lh r
establlshmcnt of the regulated saloon. ah
proved, In an earnest talk, that th men of
Pontlao had got In th habit of going to
Detroit to get their drinks, making ex
cuse of every kind. They would (o on
pay day and would com horn broke, and
if they did not go to Detroit they found
the most undesirable place to gat It nearer
"Personally I don't us enough liquor to
care much whether any I ever mad, but
there is a principle Involved, as Mayor
Dahiman ha pointed out in hi platform.
That principle must not ba allowed to be
sacrificed on the altar of fanaticism."
tar for Dancer Valeaa.
Mayor Rosa fel that the vntul and
correct solution of the problem wilt b
found In the Pennsylvania system, or some
thing similar. H would hav saloon
licenses issued by th court of record,
which would try all complaint against th
license holder or th applicant for
licenses. Aside from this feature he would
hav th regulatory law, violation ot
which would bs punished, for th first
offense, by fine In a stiff sum. Th c-
ond offense would involve, on conviction,
revocation of the license, with th further
provision that th offender could never
again secure a license, might not vn b
eliglbl to apply for on.
Ot th Anti-Saloon league tactic th Mil
waukee mayor had oma sever criticism
to make He said that In Michigan and
other places charges of grafting and self
seeking had been proven, and the grafting
waa of th most flagrant character.
"The anti-saloon leagu workers ar lott
ing th support of th churches, by which
alon they hav been able to thrlv. be
es u ho they hav subordinated everything
to their own unfair and too often dis
eld!' Election Ko Sarprfa.
Talking of th triumph of th socialists
In his horn city Mr. Ros said: "Th ex
planation is very simple. Milwaukee is
normally a republican city, but th halt
bleed republican, or La Follett element,
combined with the socialist In order to
defeat the straight republicans and th
democrat. This la proven by th fact that
tha republican candidal for mayor re
ceived only about half th normal repub
Mayor Rose will surrender hi offlo to
Mayor-elect Seldel a week from next Tues
day, and says h will than b quit of poli
tic. "I am tired of It, and from now on
will devot my attention to business and
th making of om money for myself,
politics hss kept m pqor, and I'll hav no
more pf it"
AMONG THE LOCAL BOWLERS
Advoa Maorw la Wlaalaar Thre
(is me a Front Haape C'adaky
On Francisco's alleva last nta-ht th Adves
won thre games from th Hoape. The
feature of th gam wss Oroite s ntc
work, pulling out a total of 5U0 with a
start of 111.
High score for th thre eash prise
offered weakly by Franelscn are- I 'a her,
h7: Falconer, 67; Plekard. Wh. Thla event
close at midnight each aaturday. Score:
.. I ll
.. 1 i
M. Tote I
Ji TJ IU 1 4S
lt. Id. M Total
14 In 11 J
1 li lt ii
Ill l"t l", in
t4 1S Vi 4-1
1M V.: t4l
U. O. Francisco
I le I
In lh Hoosier leaau th Cudahys won
two same from the r prat Me 11 ia. Harry
MHcheii shot Mh total ot aid. Th acui.
frt M M Total.
Matthes 1 li t
1'oweil I 1U HI 4 s
Coffer I I a K 4
Iielaney A 10 14 t l
rhnudt 1"J IT li4 i
Totals HJ T;u ' 144
H'llAUl t f'Il.Lt.
-r II H. Te'1.
C. UUckeil Iia i 4 1M
Hu-a Hi l- li i4
Im amler . 1 j I I an
H. M. ti hall Ivi ; 4
Straw !. l 1U .
Totals 71 .
In I no lt,'iiiila erasaa the U..toil
4ia4 aiul k'alul Irlu w iih CWo imi S m
ivy was n.'i snaa t r in 1l 1 i. a-ora.
W!i'l-AM OU.i AMI fAi.NT t'U
lei. l l Tola!
i;niinlil !. I -J II i.4
tuo'Seaj al ' M la t
li.a . In 1-t I J I
Toia t : 4l l.7
ON Tilt: tjl AKr ..
i' tl Tual
W,.e,s 1 iu i t
Ne,s.o l a i- i.l ..
t in."-, U la It e
Tt! . "4 1 I :.J
VH I.N. . 1 k I ' A;. 1 it - Jiiwniy V. taf
f M-tft twit'. b'r , t 4.t
A c 'i ' 1 r . t trid 1 1 "i'-'i im m 4 ft
I ti ! t l . ii k,M ii.
Sonic Folks Poor
Makes His Visit
Othfts fiw to Ttkt Df!ir,t in rot
tins' a rir Vtlu en Their Ttop
ttj for Taxation.
A f In Hi ft )! '4 kaa ! kooan
r. or I bih t if l aj ji ! k iri ail
fine Ihi boa " nan ha "a4a a
raaijrn It tha ciun'r aeor I which ha
ears that the tetw i tn liura la II ami
that f h' dlef w-in 1 ti.
f retur ! b-aa ! ta'S t l.im
Th ssiii f th wi'l be j Mytv-.l
fa lime by th - t,Ut. M lh
"iir il.ie M il do II h nn- f rvMlng lo
A well knewn th"" hss 4n h s
bHifiwl tab! a r'h i af II. and Ids
fMiT old pln'knowa t . l-an l isM
ri two yaf a Ita'eH t I
I th m:dt at tHa i4aii r la
return by any p-.. a tha )w f rm f
Ku'Ilvan A Itmt. ha thee-t the rtuni)
HMnor Thaaa lar report Dial th-n
otf li f jm.tura Is rtn I a kirn la
mslniy h C'ini.af a 11 lh returnt ctt
offer ftirn'tor itisde by insnr other fiima
and of .
Th Hryart Pd rord-M. jm-!:i As
phsit rin panr hsa ms-ia rat-irn of $: .
h ssm sa laat lima. Tola f s ire aiuf.
th eeor'S nfriee. At li la1 aaeafnarit
th t-omfsey put In V v It ra.eed t-
tT.Wl nd frJ la ftk "The a !! a It cnn.
pany avldenily detie to b g-Ml." )! a
deputy s ".'
Will Ttkg gtep to Proiecuta Firm
Wlich i-'.kti and hip
Hieps sre being taken tu federal (u.n
toward lh Indictment by giand Jury ot
Chicago part las in tunnectwu w.tfe aaiactuua
postal cards recently conflaeatad by I'to
batlon Officer Mogey Rernsteln.
Th Indictment ar being sought on tita
ground that transmission ot such raid
ither by mall or by iivini la a violation
of a United State statu!. Tsatiirxjay ti.at
theae cards cam her from Chicago 1 a
prcted to be given lh grand Jury by Meyer
Coren. lb nwa agent at whoa stand th
card wer confiscated, and by another
niiwa dealer. Probation Officer Hornatrln
haa already tratlfl.d be for th grand Jury.
United Mtatea Attorney Krank Howell
wa sought out by Mr. Ilernl!n Imme
diately after th confiscation, which was
don at lh direction ot Judge Hutton. fol
lowing complaint or Judg Troup, lao uf
It wss at first intended t lay th matter
bfor th county attorney, but It evented
possible to reach th men responsible for
sanding this matter Into the state, and this
Is now being attempted.
Steals from the
Note in Payment
Conscience - Striken Kansas l!an
Wants to Even Up for Crime
vita Fall Interest
TOPEKA, Kan., April t. ConsHenre
etiicken after Iwenty-thre yer becaua
h cheated Oovernor fttubb out of slghlaaa
bushels of corn, sn Osage county man I
preparing to mak restitution. Th gov.
1 nor contracted for aeveral hundred
bushels of th grain, and tb farmer. b
licving Ktubb would n :t inrasur IU kept
out th amount mentioned.
At that tlm corn ws worth e rant
a bushel. Ordlnrly it would tnl, tb
man' conscknc would b trl.-keo but t
worth, but not so with tb Oaj county
mai. 11 figure h owe tb governor
th plica of th corn and 19 pev rant In-
Stars and Slrines CoUlei Beer
Tlie only b?x brewed from pure Fpring tor on the
market. Order a case for your home and p?t tl best.
A beer just suited to quaff at home a nigl ;-cap for the
nociablo evening a refreshing draught for tv date supier
a delightful glass to sip under the evening anip. Stars
and Stripes is a foaming, pparkling bevernge for the keen
palate for the eonnois.seur.
Dave a Ccsc Delivered to Yoar( Gome
102 Douglas t3f:ieet
Telephone Doohs, 120G; Independeut; A-1303
vaixow epekics erewejo co.
and Tennis 6oods;
Give Complete Satisfaction
This ilm h unequal cd inqua'iry
and prscc. Consult U3 hefnrz .
7. A. (Pa)-Eourke
" 1 1 tr-
t-i 'i ( m it t ' iir.ti- ,u ( ,,. ( ;h n
1 1 it i m i ii n. ;
lh nim'iiig a' i t j ti (ilwll,,.. si-h.iu
f..r lic. tt. an i.mt of the , ,',
lh It lereNt, lh- . i-m,.r s Uf ..i, u r
itlaitlon 1 mIi. but tw,,t
filnrt hava in Je It lni.fil.,- i
to d-l o , ,
Service; Results in
t fnii dnfMntt
County Jc'mt r ; Out Total of $12.00C
Flrit Iitallmcnt to Be
the rounr of mln- wilt cm nul
f-at lie 0i a m iner.ii Tnisrtiiv h-.,
Ml out ,4 Jitiot on o"il oliiiMN
' servicer on i inlays, probably $n,i)i
mia ltl .ve trt 4. the ssme ,.v
Tha Hoar. I of Cfciitv Coinmlssiofei's ,1c
ld four Vais a a that Jurois ounht rnll
lo h paid for Ka irtsvs when th.v
sol ansas-d in tht tr sl of cas-v. Kurl-s
lh." " "vll s Its wore 11.A11 1 ,i.-d oil
th a-wnin day 0 r,e weelc, case ciilng
f' ti I r.dar over 4 Monday.
A nurr.h.r uf J11 j.-, u,,,,.;,;,, .Ili'fcremlv
and at.al.d the to the supremo
e.fuit. whuli ruled r.elr way.
Tt.ia .Wi. ,. .a, a.ine rnontln bro, and
' ff of the CKintv cl.iK
haa be , ,, r,f ,,)K clRln f(,r ,orv.
'if the Kmj. 1 f ,;ono to no pnj(J oll,
l on ail claim. Til. r" to date.
It U hfceiy thnt gur.ouncemcnl of this
will b,i, c 1 1 a ar bR((,h of ol,rn, lip
f a-ore r.i.- f Injr what tii'.K-oiinty
I- toiallir Isb', ,t "
TI cumr I. .10 oU:k out of II w.iy
to find ll,..e jr ,in,, ,,,ust tn m(M1,.v
on them. Tl.e juroi niiHt come In vilh his
dstin and iimvc u, ;
tialma dslt.g fiv y,n,s bscls are Olit-
laed by s mute. f
"SWEAR" RATE C ESTABLISHED
If one smears e
telephone ami g In
r- no softly over tlie
ay with It he Is en
B.lS per cuss.
I'll waa established
In police court fined
vhree short and tigly,
uttered In the pres-y-ars
In answer to a
11 the nauRluy man
vi The words used lit .
stent, but the grouy- -profane
I 10 rrein w III)
The Omat.e quoin
whn Juds t'rawfo
,JiMiepi Ihiwie y Ji fi
but epreli woro
en re ,f a girl of 11
B.,.fan-i "iin buy
Th little Ulrl reb'
rc.ird!rig to eviden.
themaelvea err in:
Ing was productive c
Humph rejs' l-eventy-Scven
FaniouHlJcm dy for Grip &
fold ate ea-vleV bf udden surfscs
chilling of thXli.-' This makea the
bloudveaael ot tl. Wn contract. When
th skin b.'Mult contract th blood-
Tassel In other par-si jf th body become
rongeaia. Thl sis' f congestion per
mits ib microbe, w tf-'h. In every person,
gradually collect, o:. "he . outside of the
mucous membrane, t get in deeper and
eSn Ihelr mlschler u work. When the
membrsn I normal there are a lot of
microscopic cells w i-b keep the germs
from entering the cli 1 iliitlon. But ss soon
a th membrane be : avie Irritated theso
mlrraanplc cella art nrept away and the
membrane la unproU ltd."
Th uw or "Ser vy-seven" relieves
the rongeatlon. siart the blood coursing
through th vein am reaka up the Cold.
Handy lo rtrry, f as. the vest pocket.
All Drug Stor. IEa -
Vr. Humphrey" k 'taial 114' pages of
pur medical calk nu :d free.
Humphrey' Home Medicine Co., Cor.
William and Ann ho 4 New York.
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