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.m 4 ;, 14), rijiil rimpntnn,
;i f ',7, train mn(if 4. 12; annual
um(4iiitm, V.ta,n, all iHhr am
iiirrM. 17, annual mmttiwillon, M rs io.
Tha rpft itnlaina DMall-d Inrormatlnn
r'J.cf iha aarnlnat f IH rallrnada aa
ill aa lha atpraca n.miM4, lha In
f.tiano having bwn rompll1 f mm tha
m.mihlr ataiin rapria that tha altornr
(nrl a4-ur1 Ma lnfrmatlon upon
hi.h-lo maka Ma flsht tor tha IW rail
ra4 f-a nil Hon latlHon.
Urmmdp" lada far W. J. B.
rl1.nlly William J. lirjan la vry
tirowl of that nw (rand daiiKhtvr, which
arrlvd at tha noma of tila aona, William
t. Iryn, Jr., a wk affo. From a way
iff m th Wrat lnllM, ha ant a tclrgram
I C. W. Ilrran about a matter of bunl
tK'tm and It aa al(n4 "Orandpa." It la
n4laa In aajr thara waa no doubt about
lha aMthntlrlty of that algnatura,
lltar Hal I p.
Tha Utaia Hallway twmmlaalon haa not
at malUit that laltar -to IrtaMnt Taft
adviilnc Mm about appulntlnf ft member
of tha auprama banrh to taka lha placa
maa vacant by tn daath of Juatlc
llrawtr. And It la pomlbla that tha com
Bitaaton' will conctuda not to and tha
bttrr. Tha ftrsf Ida a of tha commlaalon
waa to aan4 ft roonlutton to tha praldant
)U4 rju-rt othar atata rommlaalona to
taka alatilar aatlim, eugsaatlna; that lawyr
wha had an In tha amplny of rallroada
and othrr big rorjoratlona would not ba
Ma lo aa but on aid of a quaattnn aa
thilr mlnda anconarnuty ara . biased in
it tor vt tha corpora tluna Kumeroua par
aona hava dlacuaaail with tha commlaalun
tha advlaabillty . of writing tha praaldrnt
a'd whla am hava urged thla action,
olhrra hart .urgad that tha praaldant la in
ft, tattcy position la aalrrt ft auprama
juatlra than la tha rommlaalon to aelact
tNa man. Chairman Clarka waa away
(riy and X.'uumlaslunar Wlnnatt aald
ftuthlng furiu-r had baan dona and would
ftot b dona until Mr. Clarka returned,
lalaml la'tilni livatra Anion,
,Conmralle Intarnata attaehaa lo tha
avrnUig RHwUng of lha taclaa board for
a that tnaatloa; It la aapect'd aoma rulaa
will M adoptad la earry out tha Impllad
iromtaaa of tha prohlhltlonlata ragardlng
tb aato of liquor In talicoln. Mr. Powell
baa ainraern-nt from any paopla of hi
auggtMtxni l opn thfaa wholaaale notisf
nd tatalf placa.' What tha other two
frw.hra af tha board will do with that
aaacaatton, , la ft question that
taniw b aniwrrad now. Mr. I'ow-ll la
aiso orpn.i tn tha aalo of liquor In any
'utt and will urga lha board to atop Uila
rrttr. On thla qurstloh Mayor Lova
af a ha will do whalavrr tha eourta aay do,
ctr r Juat aa f r aa lha court will parrait.
Tha imouncmfnt of Charlaa W, Pool
aa a randuuta for tha damoeratto pomlna
tu.n far am-ratary af atata waa not a sur
priao t many artin4 tht atata housa. aa
Mr. Iul had aaan comtemptattag; eom-al-.hg
art for soma tirna. Hia tfaclaloo
at In Hia running appaara to hla frtanda
Ij ni'ii llial ka ka ptumtaao of support
train prat; at lnf!unca
Mr. I'uvl waa latal fpaakrr of tha
k..uaa by lha tr.(;ae af Mr. tlryaa. Tom
Ai.a wk4 In bis miaraat ar-loua to
U r a :. (r lands Inaiatsd that tha
(wl ifcat h waa unaMa la heap oMar In
Ua bH ar rvsl buatrvtaa through In
Iwimm Uka mannar s ao faall of lha
ssa aa h had no power over that body
A I lha rust tftara waa takaa from him tha
atWm U aama oommuiaaa an4 aa tha
- awe power waa taken from
ftaas, ft Ik ta?t that Ua keuee waa Ilka
a, sm ptt sawai wf the Iiom end fist flgais
ai4 drankea prawla war ef fra.) lent cc
w anwea was euKtr4 more typical of ft
OMrii a.aj riti thaja of waaknaa oa
ka para ( !) sBaakee-.
tHnte rr4 m Treat sa. -w -)
i tkaa sa la eaaaiua la
l-U n uii f , tk taat two weeks.
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T!m tax ef is araiw a?-lnst Char's
l-v.la. . Ludr a charaa.! ty tha
4ma.-niia aftaey wutr fta.j',,,! iM.cn,,,
tal'i' tra (r.a.i ,mUKt, provti h
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fUTimry r"ntt M be hld at t,lnciln.
' If A t 'Pnt - Tl fxti 4) Nf or tb "'ern
fmirn-4 ri-r-panr ari prfilitit? fimflro in
It-P' ir'rnn tM4 yfar Tli nw ronnl
h ha'pa. H'raady (tn.1r f nnatriifllon
4"1 rt'Snr Inprnvarnant4 In yafrta prngraps-
I'l'l.f'FntP'iM - A 4rf'l alarflnn )n
rfiliiM fir for fh- pnrpp-a of voting
i hnn.ta for tra amrtlon of an atni-
fi..n ron'Tninir fo.tr room, to tna hlnh
4-hr.o ho'iding. Tha aloctlon will tska
fn Mar 4
I 'f '(.rTM'f'ipJ-Tria aonnty rnmmlaaiin
4.4 of llifflif and Had Willow rpuntla
M..4 a1.arll"4 for Mds for lha nonatnia
flofi ftf a tvoo.lan hrMta acroaa tha llapuhll
t trf nfi fha ronnty Una fthout four
rnl!f4 aaal of ( u!hartoft.
O'lT'lfvail'fl-Tha ennfrsrf for tha
ft i", v4 erhnol hulUlnf will anon fca lar,
A ria haaflnt filunt will aiao ha Installed
hlh win fornl-h haa, , both tha nee and
lha ni1 holMlna With Ihla naw aiiilnmant
tha aphonia will ha In srallent nondltlon,
nrrf If rNMrff'-Th annual daclsmafory
4 o,i. f,f ha Wa'larn Nahraakft Itacloma
orir saanrlAfinn a held In flothanberg,
r"fll4 avanlng High schools batnveen (llb
hin and Sidney wara rapreaarrtad. First
fiiKca waa won by North Plana and second
Placa by Ont hanbtirg.
f-rfllf-John Parrlott loat ft valuable
floras In a runaway accident a few days
ago Mia bfMhaf. Joaeph. waa working In
ti flM with a dio. wlirn lha taam In aorna
Wy got looa and alarted to run, crossing
lha field and running Into a wire fenca and
ana of the horae was so badly Injured on
tha disc, that It waa necessary to kill It.
fl'TH Nf Tha rush to thla section
ftf tha stata art ill continue, the new set
l'ar coming; from eastern Nebraska aa well
as lha eastern stales. Land prices are still
soaring and everything available la being
gulililed up. Hutherland Is enjoying a boom
(hat would rival moat anything that ever
happened in that line out west and the
residence properties cannot be built fast
enough by the small army of oarpentera at
rHArmrw-The following teacher were
ra-elerled for lha ensuing year: E. P. Wil
son, superintendent; Illllan Cole, asalAtant
superintendent; Cella Chase, normal train
ing; )rva Htlne, eighth grade; Amanda
Weymouth, seventh gra.de; Cleo fleott. sixth
grade; Clara Moorman, fourth grade of
Knet school; flertha Hutton. third grade of
F.aet school; Rmn Armstrong, kindergarten
Of Fast school; Alberta Mungres. kinder
garten nf West school. Vacancies to be
filled later with new teachers.
CBNTIXAIj CITT-Along with the other
Improvements which the Union Pacific has
been making will be added a freight de
pot for Central City. The structure which
has been used for ao many years aa a
passenger and freight - depot combined
w be moved two iocrs east, ana win oe
thoroughly overhauled and remodeled and
converted Into a freight depot. The new
2r.,0fi0 passenger depot, which tha union
Paciric haa Just completed. I now ready for
occupancy, and tha local force will move
either next week or the week following.
HOkDREQE Friday night the new light
ing system was turned on for the first time
and the plan of Illumination adopted some
time ago. proved very successful. By the
new arrangement there la now a light on
every corner In the city, both In the resi
dence and business sections, on streets
running both ways. The total number or
lights required by the new arrangement Is
about 180. nd Holdrege can now lay claim
to be being one of tha best lighted cities
of its slia In the west. The Initial' expense
of the plan waa considerable, and tha yearly
bill much larger than under tne oia ar
rangement, but the city council decided that
tha movo would Be well worm tne expendi
ture. ; . .!., ..;.'ef i'j .;?;' 7
HOLDREOFi-Oscar M. Bwedburs; has
Just purchased tha stock of B. A. ;Jfollen
beck of the Hollenbeck Road Grader com
pany of thla city:-'The consideration was a
choice 820-acre form located near Colby,
Kan. Tha consummation of thla deal makes
Mr. Swedburg one of the largest "lock
holders In the concern. - H. B. Erlckscm and
Adorph Held, who bought Into tha company
bout tha first of the yeiy, being the other
two. Mr. Swedbura; has been made one of
the dlrectora of the concern; A alte for a
new factory has been purchased in est
Holdrege and work on several buildings
will be hurried through to completion. This
sDrlng'e program for the company'a build
ing will Include an office structure 16x40
feet; shops. 60x75 feet: and ft storage house,
CoxK) ft. Although the patent on the ma
chine manufactured here was obtained but
two years ago. the Bales have been spread
ing rapidly, the last few weeka several
orders having been booked from a number
of Irrigation engineers ana railroad con
tractors of several western states, all of
whom hava watched tha machine's demon
etratlona In this city.
Young; Englishman Will Seoure Re
lease from Minnesota Penitentiary
PT. PAUL. Minn., April IT.-Tlia. young
Englishman known as "John Carter," who
haa served half of ft ten year sentence for
burglarly and whoaa case haa attracted
wtda attention because of his poetic gen
ius, was given hla' freedom by tha atata
pardon board thla afternoon. Carter will
be released from tha Stillwater penitentiary
as aoon aa tha papers are made out. which
will be Monday morning. AsAprll 1 la
his birthday, ba will be freed on hla 24th
anniversary. Carter was not pardoned
for technical reasons. bat tha board
ordered tha commutation of aentence. '
Being unable to secure steady employ
ment. Carter started to "beat It" from
Winnipeg to fit. Paul, but during tha night
was put off the train at Karlstad. Minn.
Having bad nothing to eat for W hours.
Carter broke Into tha railroad atatlon and
atols 124 and ft ailver watch. Ha waa cap-
! lured, pleaded guilty, and waa given tha
Biailmum penalty of ten years.
Gets Five Years
Iaiitatioa Stone 8t in Solid Kount
ic Eulitittttcd, for Genuine
PLaTTSMOCTH, Neb.. April K. Spe-
.al Tau-gram.) ia diainct court yta
lr..'ay udge -H. P. .Travis asntenced
Vv. K. liAtAh wltft KUuy aliases to serve
I fiv years In the atai pnitantlary for
1 graa4 larceay. The diamond swindler
i !. i Ialong Jewelry company la
tn.afia last Saturday and had ama rings
snada exactly like lhw shown except one
waa t contain a real diamond. An India
ttiu e:n was aet la a solid mounting and
It at ru g waa au'ostHut-d la tha bus for
t:ia DO d.smct-.d ring aeiu by express by
J IV ii.iliaal.n of Nebraska City to
alyaard. V h, a trying t acil tte ring In
th a city fvt t he waa arraatad
f.USSiCM CF NATIONAL FLAG
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CHICAGO WINS FROM REDS
Oapaf FroTet. Eaiy for Cubs and
Ihey Win, 9 to 2.
10111 TIIHEE-BASE HITS FEATURE
Plratea Iefeat I. on la In nrlssllnaj
flaln at Moin4 Ity,
by Bcore of Fear
CINCINNATI. April 17Chlcago won the
last game of tha series here today, t to 1
by hitting Oaspar hard and often. Jlnkor
secured two triples and a double. Mcln
tyra waa effective at all times. Seven
three-base hlta Into the crowd were the
AR H O. A E. AB.II.O.A.B.
PTrera. .... 4 14 1 inwh-r, 1'... 4 0 l) 0 0
B'lmil, If I 0 1 0 OLobert. 8b... 4 I t
shnli. rf... I I I 0 OHoMltiel, lb. 4 I II
fhsra-e. Ik... I 1 1 OMIt.bell, cl.. 4 14
M-lnfelflt, lb 1 0 1 (iKnn, ib....
Ilnfman, ef.. 1110 CMriabe, rf..
Tinker, af..,. 4 14 1 01..wn.y, s.
NeIIMun, 4. I 1 1 Oclal he, c...
Mrlnt-ra, p.. 4 I 1 I ti'optr. p...
TntaU S7 II 11 19 l'Mlllef
0 0 0
Batted for Oaspar In e ghth.
Chicago 0 10 11
Cincinnati 0 10 0 0
.11 T 27 14 0
0 0 4 2-
0 10 0-2
Two-base hit: Tinker. Three-base hits:
Chance, Hnfman, Tinker (a), Needham,
Mitchell, Hnblltael. Hits: off Oaspar, 11 In
2 Innings; off Cantweil, 2 In 1 inning. 8a
rlflte hits: Kvers, Beaumont, Euan. Stolen
bases: Chance, Lobert (2). Double plays:
SUelnffeldt, lOvers and Chance; Kvers,
Tinker and Chance; McCabe, Uattpar and
Hohlltsel. Left on bases: Chicago, ; Cin
cinnati, J. Bases on balls: Ua.par, 8; Cant
well, 1. Hit by pitcher: By Oaspar, 1.
Struck outi-By Mclntyre. 2. Time l;f.2.
Umpires, O'Day and Brrnmxn.
Pirates Wlat In Rain.
PT; LOUIS, April 17 Pittsburg defeated
St. Louis In a drizzling rain today. Har
mon outpltched Leever, but the vlnltors
made their four hits count. Wiener tripled
In the sixth inning, scoring Leach. The
gT. LOUIB. PITTSDl'RO.
AB.H O A B AB.I1 O.A.E.
Hiigslns, ib.. 4 0 0 4 OByrn. lb.... I 0 I 1 0
Bills. It...... 4 12 0 ILMi-h, cf.... 1 0 o
(--, cf.... I 1 I 0 Oi'lark, If. ...I 0 6 0 1
Konatcbr. lb 4 IS 0 0 Wanner, sc.. I z 1 Z
Krsna, rr.... 4 0 19 OMIIIar, 10... 3 V i i 0
BrMin-han. o 4 2 4 1 VBhirpe. lb... 4700
Hul.wlit, M..4 0 12 1 Wilson, rf... 4 1 I 0 0
Barheau, 3b.. 4 111 lOlbsnn, ....( 0 0 0 0
Harmon, p... 12 0 1 0Ln-rf p.... 4 0 0 1 0
, . ' Totals ao 4 .7 e i
ToUls.:....l4 tnu I
Batted for Harmon In ninth.
ft. Louis 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 02
Two-base hits: Leach, Wanner, ErHa.
Three-base hits: Barbeau, Wasner. Sacri
fice hits: Leach, Clark (c), Oakes. mo,en
bases: Byrne, Miller. Wild pitch: Harmon.
Bases on balls: Oft uarmon, ; on ieever,
2. Struck out: By Harmon, 3. L-rt on
bases: St. Louis, 0; Pittsburg, 5. Time:
1:40. Umpires: Johnston and uloran.
NRBRARKA MEN KEEPING TAB
Baae Ball Team Gathers Some Data
on Kansas Players.
LINCOLN, April 17. (Special.) Kansas
university -is likely to have other disorders
In .Its body athletic aside from the foot
ba.tl jwforfti which William: ; White ,! has
thrust upon it, before many days have
passed. It will have to look to the
eligibility of , several of . , its base .ball
When Nebraska cancelled its schedule
of four ball games with Kansas this week
because the Cornhuskers athletic board
would not' frertify its- players under the
anti-summer ball- clause of the Missouri
Valley .conference ru)es, - Prof. C- E. ifio
Clung, preBlepo. the arisasjthletlc of
controC said he believed all' the Jay
hawkers VefePellgllSre uhflef 'f'fTie confer
ence regulations; .but also explained that
be would be glad to have any information
on the standing of his men that Nebraska
or" any 'other1 school could obtain.
The Com trusker 'ball play erq and coaches
accordingly 'have been endeavoring to ac
commodate President McClung with the
niceskary Information' , to show ,blm that
Kansas has no clean shirts when It comes
o talking- about amateur base ball players.
, On the trip of the Nebraska nine to Man
hattan, Kan. ' .this week facts, .were ob
tained, that show several of the Jayhawker
ball men played semi-professional ball last
summer. Borne of the men were so. bold
as to become members, of tha. Kansas state
league teams and their pictures appear In
the . Spauldlng base .ball g;uide, .for this
year. . . ;(f,.
x nree nanaaa .university . playfxs, . were
members of the.eBlolt teatn in the. Central
Kansas league last s.um,mer. This ieam
waa managed by Coach Ebrlght, who Is
training tha Kansas university nine this
year. Tha three Kansas men , who -were
on that team are Moss. Johnson and Olbbs.
A picture of the Belolt team is printed tn
the Spauldlng guide on page 266 and the
faces of ..these three-playera appear-aa
one, two ftnd three.
Harlan, a University . of Kansas pitcher
who did effective work against the Cor n-
husktrs last summer, was ft member of the
Minneapolis team in tha Central . Kansas
leagn.)'. His picture appears with, . that
organisation In ft halftone print of tha
team on pag 2E4 of the Spauldlng guide
for 1910. . .'
Sevln, th star, twlrltr.of tha Kipsai
team for thla .year, played professional
ball with the Stevens club Jn tha Kansas
City league last summer. Thla information
was given to- Nebraska by- ft Manhattan
College player,, who was la th league with
Bevln last summer... "This Manhattan
player received money - for his own play
ing. , ,.,
. Palmer; an outfielder of Kansas uni
versity, played with tha Ellis (Kan.) team,
aeml-professional organization. Hoffman,
another Jayhawker, played semi-professional
ball with a team at Hope, Kan.
Helatr and Rockerfeller," captain of the
Kansas team for thla year, played ball last
summer, but th Cornhuskers hava not yet
learned the f xact teama of which they were
members. A member of the Manhattap
team said he knew Helser had played pro
fesslor.al ball, but he would not divulge
the name of the club because he thought
Kartta should find that out fon itself.
Tha Cornhuekera are gathering this In
formation that it .may be used, as evidence
to prove that all the universities of the
Missouri valley.- have men on theli5 teams
who play semi-professional ball and that I
their teama ar Ineligible tW intercollegiate
athletics. Nebraska admits that Its playera
conttst as tntmbsn of scml-pvufeshlonal
teams and It wishes to force the other
teama ti eonfras the same thing. By thla
means th Cornhuskers hope to get tha
antt-summa-r ball rule rescinded..
Tha Information whk-h Nebraska la
gathering is given out 'by them with no
italic toward Kansas; It la done they says
imply to open th eyes of the Kansas and
et.Vr collages to the fact that summer
ball will have to be rrstrlcteJ In fcn.Mher
meaner than by a simply ruling against
th playera who take uy tne sport. u r..
apparently la only one way to remove tTie
evIU cf tb Ijj.'.ntr ball proposition, and
that la to permit the plaera to un their
skill to earn niony during the summer
mocths. ' Thla U the fourso most of the
tgM.'ra colleges are adopting.
'NF. UK A SKA
llarwk Kaausalie lart that- 4aua
- atiar Ball ta Uwi4 Lftlrr,
IOWA CITY. I-, Api 11 . 17.-Spcial.
STANDING'OF THE TEAMS
Won. Lost. Tot.
Toledo 4 I M
Mr. Pnul ;. 2 1 .r7
Cnlumhus v.. I S ."0
Minneapolis , t -2 .W0
Ksdpbs City I 2 .M)
Louisville 1 4 .J"0
Milwaukee 1 , 2 .SIM
Indlniiapolls 2 J .400
NATU LKA(ilF.. AM ICR. LF.AGX'E.
Roston 2 1 ..W7 Cleveland ... 2 1 .07
Plttehurg ..2 1 .MU; Koaton 1 1 MO
Philadelphia 2 1 WashlnRton 2 1 ':7
Cincinnati .ft ,rw .Philadelphia 1 2 .03
Chicago ....2 2 :f.ni)i Chicago- .... 1 1 .5"U
brooklyn ..1 2i.a;St. I,..uls.... 1 1 .5J
St. Loujs.... 1 2 .3.W. t'-'lrolt 1 2 .31
New York.. 1 2 .3 New York... 1 1 .Sou
' GAMfTCfl TOP AT.
National League ' Phllsdclphlo at
Brooklyn,- Boston, at New York, Pittsburg
at Clac-lnnatl,. Chicago at St. Louis.
American League Cleveland at Chicago,
St. Louie at ef)trolt, New York at Phila
delphia, Washington at Boston.
American Association Indianapolis at
Columbus, Milwaukee at Minneapolis, Kan
sas City at St. Paul, Louisville at Toledo.
University of Iowa students are heartily
In accord with the plans of the southern
meml.eis of the Miaeourl valley confer
ence to thoroughly thrash out the summer
baw ball questloa at tha meeting to be
held In June.
The three Institutions In this state be
longing to th Missouri Valley conference
hae alw ays bean averse to . the prevent
legulatlons so lar as the opinion of the
student bodies wero concerned. It - Is
readily recognised by practically every
rticlcnt and professor- at all closely In
touch with the situation that many, pcsp;l
bly a majority, of the men who sign the
eligibility papers :are- practicing some form
of deceit i
A slip mad bv Cave, one of Drake's
star athletes, in the presence of President
Hill M. Hell, head of the Institution, alone
prevented lils playing this year. Cave rep
resents an attitude taken by a majority
of the college flayers In the University of
Iona, Ames and JJiake. One of the best
little Infielflers In college base ball In the
state this spring managed a srt-ealled ama
teur team In northern Iowa for parts of
two summers. Alumni of the other two
schools know this, but their lips are
closed by similar- knowledge in the pos
session of graduates f rival schools.
The foregoing conditions are the ones
which make the' northern members of the
Missouri Valley conference as anxious as
Kansas and Nebraska to settle onoe and
for ail the regulations and then strictly
enforce the rules and Insist on the spirit
of honesty In the slKnlng of all papers.
Plan to Establish
. Athletic Club
. t . M.
Movement for .Erection of Headquar
ters of Amateur Sports in .
,' Omaha is Started.
,. There Is a movement" on foot in the city
of Omaha among -the promoters of clean
sport for' the' cstjibllshment of ali athreflc
club.'.TUe plan Is .for an entirely, amateur
organization, which wUl t self-supporting
and which will bo orv a pat -with other
athletio clubs . in- cities of the' size of
Omaha. ' .'..; ,'
Omaha occupies a -natural position a the
center, of a nporting (radius and there is no
reason .'why it should Hot' be a promising
place-for middle waat sports.
. TheTe are manp business - men In this
city today who are heartily In favor of the
movement for the. establishment of an
athletic - club.' i In - fact soma of the most
Interested hav cAnceived the Idea of not
only .trgaaUlng,.such: a club,, but taking
8tep8 i.to build i club tiouse. Kansas City
has an "athletic lub,'w'hlch is entirely self
supporting and? whicf) Is n an, exceedingly
'.'The idea itliaf has been- advanced. ' by
Omaha men wlto.are Interested In the prop
osition of "putting Omaha' on the map In
the-world of "sport is fof- the erection of a
building th 'the Mown town district, of the
elty, whr meats can ba served; where a
gymnasium can be at the command Of the
members and where 'the general advance
ment of clean sport In thla section of the
country can be advanced.
Many of the promlneht business men of
Omaha are heartily In favor of any move
ment that will be made to establish such
a club and are only waiting for ' someone
to taker the" fnlt.lttIv to set , the ball a
That a club houseicentrally located would
pay ordinary running .expenses is a fore
gone conclusion. .Knir that there, are a
number of men in Omaha who would ba
willing to - stibstanlally.' support such an
brganlxatioii Is without question.
A rumor Is adrift 'that a committee of
men,, self-appointed will wait upon, some
of the' business men 'of the city to ascer
tain what the attitude is in regard to the
proposition and it enough encouragement
is received to warrant. the continuation of
ft campaign for such an . organisation
efforts will he continued with th view of
perfecting a permanent organization.
SAW PISS . GETS .HIS REVENGE
Bores Hole In Jack Haskell's Boat
' and Hoars Chief "t'mp."
Jack HSskell bought a boat th other
day. He did not 'pay a whole lot of money
for It. In fact he put up four real cold
almoleona for the craft and the receives.
lor that amount waa a man by name of
So tha story goes, our handsome urn
ptre took the boat after ha had gained
possession of the same and atarted out to
catch a whole lot of fish. (He sent George
Clark, by th way, out to the ball lot to
do the heavy work of umpiring on that
day.) He rowed- out to the middle tf the
Jake and started tn to fish, but after
about three minutes of Intent scrutinizing
of tha fi thing paraphernalia after he had
caught ten or twelve croppies, he ex
perienced a peculiar aaruiatlon about hia
calves . and on looking down diacovered
that the boat .was about half full of
water. He looked in the bottom of tha
craft and discovered" a silt in the bott6m
that indicated a hoi had been aawed. He
rowed to shore wet to the knees and after
a careful summing up of the conditions
decided that that hole was made by a
ssw-flsh that was a friend of a cropple
he had caught a few minutes before.
Guess this is a real early fish story.
GETTING READY TOE TENNIS
New Clat Organised to Shape l'p for
Clark Powell, J. P. M 11 fee. Robert Burns,
Lawrer,c Brluker, Jce Kennedy, B. " W.
Cotton, Z. Davis, W. D. Hosford, Joseph
Cudaliy and C. T. Kountis. hava organ
ized a tennis club and will start work to
get in shape for the big meet to be held
In this city the Irtter part of August.
Couits have ben prepared at Thirty
eighth and Dewey avenues and games are
ployvd ivAy day.
Messrs. Lrlnker aid Powell have been
i.amed as a ground commltteet- A cup and
prices will probably b put ap to play for.
IV.e now orgatila.itlal which came Into
rxlhienco last week has not been named.
. , , ehroaVns tiolnat Abroad, e
NKW YORK, April 16.-(Snec!al Ttle-
graiu.) Nebi askaiin arc coi:picuous snvrg
u.o.'p bookea 10 fci-H lorucsy next on ilic
staamMnp KSU:r U'llLcini Dr Urease for
uii-.i pii, Tlity Include Mrs. . r'rans T.
lwwii!ion. . infant and uurse. Ou'iba;
Carton Khn iibrrg, Mr a:nl Mrs." Henry
t-i'hwartt and William Wiiire-s, Crelghton;
M'. and Mr. An un A'lvarMa. John Unatl,
Ms. iid Mis. Jok ill Kulnook and ctiiMien,
I'ettr Jnn, Jooiph I'd intk. Aio$.i L'duuek
and lire. Anna .avack, Clurkaon,
WINS IN TIGHT SQUEEZE
Indianapolis Scores Three Runs on
Columbus in Seventh.
D0WKS HELPS WITH BAD THROW
Catcher Carlak Oat for Two Weeka
B-easar of pllt Flnarrr
Toledo Deals Louis
ville. COLt'MBL'S. O., April 17. Indianapolis
won from Columbus today, I to 2, by scor
ing three runs In the seventh on three hits
and a wide throw by Downs. In the last
half, Hlnchman, Odwell, Qulnlan and
Carlson hit Hardgrove safely and drove
him out. Dugan entering with two run
ners on, none out and ft run needed to tie
the score, could not be solved. In the
ninth ha gave two passes without damage.
Catcher Carisch will be out for two weeks
at least, because of a foul tip which
smashed a flngeft Rellley's catch off Cerr
against the left fence was the feature of
the fielding. Score:
AB.lt O A E. AB.H. O A. 8.
Q'Rourke, lb 4
0 0 0 Oriiiilhourne.lf 4 1 r 0 0
114 eepmrer, cf... 4 0
till IhantT, rl I I 1 1
4 10 Ocrr. lb 4 0 14 0 0
1 It 1 OVurrh. lb.... 4 1 0 I 1
I 1 I OHowler. a.,,. 117 0 0
114 H,wl.. ta 1 0 0 t 0
14 1 OWIIIItma. 3b i ft i 4
1 OHnnlrrov, p 4 0 0
Ralllar, If... 4
Iowns, Ih... 4
Hnsnman, rf. 4
CHlwall, cf.... I
Qulnlan, as.. I
C'anm.ti, e.... 1
Jam, a 0
Pai-karil, p .. I
4 ODUKgan, p... 1 0
Totala 12 4 H
Totals M 7 17 JO 1
Hatted for Packard In ninth.
Columbus 00000010 0-2
Indianapolis ... 6 0.0 0 0 0 3 0 03
Stolen bases: Chadbourne. Spencer. Dole.
hanty. Two-base hlta: He l ey, Chadbourne.
juts: utr Hargrove, 7 In innings; on
Duggan, none In I Innings. Struck out: By
Packard, 4; by Hardgrove, 1; by Duggan, I.
Sacrifice hits: Qulnlan, Spencer, Howley.
Bases on balls: off Packard. 3: off Hard
grove, 1; off Duggan, 2. Hit by' pltoner:
Chadbourne. Umpires: Guthrie and Van
Syckle. Time: 2:12.
Toledo Again Winner,
TOLEDO. April 17. Toledo won from
Louisville today, 2 to 1, by taking advan
tage of the Kentucklana' errors. West
pitched good ball, keeping the hits scat
tered, Dut liana was wild and had a baa
Inning when with three gifts, a hit and an
error the locals clinched the game. Score;
LOUISVIIJE. tousdo. '
Stanley, ef... 1 1 4 0 ORulltTan. ef.. 4 0 10 4
Woodruff, It. 4 0 10 4Htnnhman.lb 10 14 0
Smoot, rf.... 4 110 0 Callahan., rf. I 1 1 0 0
Howard, lb.. 4 Oil 0 4 freeman, lb. 114 0 1
8ulrhran, lb. . 4 1 1 OHIckm.n. If.. 10 10 0
Mnrlarltr, aa 4 1 1 1 IKKlvert, lb.. 10 110
BoM-ll. lb... 4 0 11 CMclarthr, Ml 0 1 14
Huinea. c... 1 Oil Lan4. c 1 1411
Halia, p 12 0 1 bWan, p t 1 0 I ,0
T0UI1 11 4 14 11 1 Totals 17 414 11 2
Halla out of three bunt strikes.
Louisville 0 0 0 1 0.0 -0 0 0-1
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 '-2
Stolen banes: Hinchman. Elwert. Stanley.
Sacrifice hit: Stanley.' Sacrifice fly: Hick
man, liases on balls: Off West, 1; off
Hulla, 4. Struck out: By West, 5. Left on
bases: Toledo. 7: Louisville. 6. Double
play: Hlnchman, McCarthy, Freeman. Wild
pitch: Halla. Hit by pitcher: Freeman,
Hughes. Umpires: Bierhalter and Cusaok.
CHEIGHTON READY FOB TENNIS
Start Practice for Tournament to See
Who Plays Kebraaka.
The Tennis association of Crelghton uni
versity started to play last week on Its
grounds at Twenty-fifth and California,
Eighty players have joined the associa
tion and as soon as lockers are assigned
play will begin. i
A tournament will take place soon to de
termine who ' will represent the college
against the University of Nebraska players,
who win 'send two-teams-to tmaha-om
rime-In May. Match games will aJso be
played with Bellevue college and Omaha
High school, . , ,
The final tournament will be pulled off
In June, when the racket welldera will bat
tle for the championship in doubles and
The officers elected by the association
are: Howard Farrell, president: George
Shirley, secretary; Julius Festner, treas
OLD FIELD BEATEN BY BRAGG
Veteran Cbaaffenr Second Beat in
Match with Rival.
PLATA DEL RET, Cal., April 17.-Tb
feature of th day's racing on th Los
Angeles motordrome today was the run
ning of the first heat of tha Oldfleld
Bragg match race which was put on to
replace .the' Oldfleld-D Palma race, de
clared off on account of the disabled eon-,
dttlon of the 190-horse power Flat racar.
Th distance was two miles, standing
start. BragS won by a good margin.
Th second feature was th two-hour,
free-for-all atock chaasts. Th Marmon,
driven by Harroun, won by covering 148
miles. The Flat was second with 140 to
Its credit and th Stoddard-Dayton third
THBEE-I MAGNATE IS DEAD
Tom J. Lottos, Former President, Dies
DUBUQUE. Ia April 17. Tom J. Lof
tus, veteran base ball player and manager,
died this afternoon after a brief illness
of cancer of the throat, agad 54 years.
Loftus waa president of the Three-I
league In 1908 and waa former manager of
St Louis, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Ctncln
natl, Chicago and Washington clubs.
Glenvvood Suffers Defeat.
PLATTSMOUTII, Neb.. April 17.-8p.
clal.) The Glunwood, la., team suffered da
feat on the Plattamoutrl diamond bv
score of J to 1 The lineup of the teams
was aa ronowa
at Two Dinners
Attends Banquet of Bankers and Col
lege Boys and Jests
WASHINGTON. April 17. President Taft
attended two banquets and madu two
cpeechea last night, but partook of neither
feast. The president was the guest of tho
Bt r.kars' association of the District of
Columbia early In tha evening and aft. 4
addressing the members and Invited guests
joined wit A hia Washington fellow alumni
of the Pal I'pellon fraternity In their annual
dinner. - H arrived at tho latter banquet
in time to participate In Psl I'palion antics
such as were - In order when he was
student at Vale and remained until the
close of th festivities.
Th president was In a merry mood at
both dinnera and at each he dlsous?ed th
hardships of a president's life.
Government Aids Aviation.
WAFH1NGTON. Apill W. Tha Treasury
d. iaitnient ni l a;ln In tlie success of the
tiriiDosfld International aviation mart
propoaid to he held in thla country next
autumn! AssiMant Secretary il'lles lias
m!od that bailons and alrflilps brought
here to take- part In the contexts may Joe
intend fra of duty undtr bond fur thxlr
exportation within thrue uiouthe from
th dale of importation.
Plans Started to
Put the American
Out of Business
Campaign i Inaugurated hat it to
Be World Wide in Its
NEW YORK, .April 17. (Special Tele
gram.) War on the house fly Is to be re
sumed with vigor In a contlnent-wlde
campaign. Edward Hatch, Jr., of this
city, chairman of the fly fighting commit
tee of the American Clvlo association, be
gan today a literary and pictorial Attack
upon the pest, a special bulletin about
the fly, with rules to prevent its propaga
tion and methods to annihilate the species,
has been sent to all tha leading cities and
towns In the Vnlted Btaes and Canada.
The pictorial artillery consists of moving
picture films depicting the bad habits of
Dr. L,. O. Howard, chief entomologist
of tha Department of Agriculture, en
dorses th 'movement, which will be par
ticipated In by th National Consumers'
league and moat of the women's clubs and
associations of the country.
Expulsion of Two
World's Conference at Independence,
Mo., Elects Number to High
INDEPENDENCE, Mo., April 17. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Elder S. S. Smith of Mon
tana occupied the pulpit at the morning
preaching services at the world's conference
of Latter Dsy Salils yesterday.
President Joseph Smith was In the chair
at the opening of the business meeting this
afternoon, but at his request his son and
first counsellor, Frederick M. Smith, soon
Th action of tho second quorum of
seventy In expelling two of its members
for immorality and unchrlstlanllke conduct
waa approved by the body.
It was ordered that the report of the
proceedings of th conference be made in
duplicate or triplicate as fur as possible, so
that the. two church papers, the Saints'
Herald at Lamoni, la., and tho Zlon's En
sign of this place, may obtain them with
less delay and greater accuracy.
Robert winning of Kansas City was en
dorsed as a member of the church board
of auditors, to succeed Albert Carmlchael
of California, who was last year appointed
business manager of the Herald publishing
ouse. I. A. Smith, second son of President
Joseph Smith, was elected a member of the
same board, to succeed Charles A. Fry of
Omaha. Frank A. Russell of Denver Is the
other member of the board. William E.
Larue, pastor of the Kansas City Central
church; P. J. Jordan of Saskatchewan,
Canada, and J. C. Chrfstensen of Sedalla,
Mo., were also ordered ordained high
The board of trustees of Graceland col
lege was filled out as follows: Fred M.
Smith and Fred B. Blair to succeed them
selves, and Herman C. Smith to succeed
W. A. Grenawalt. All of those named ex
cepting F. M. Smith, reside at Lamoni, la..
where the college is located.
TWO-BAGGER WINS GAME
; ' FOR MISSOURI TIGERS
Brasher In . Eleventh Ianlasr Takes
Contest from St. Loala
COLUMBIA, Mo., April 17. (Special Tele-
egram.) Brasher's. two-bagger won to
day's game for Missouri In the eleventh
Inning sgainst St. Louis university by a
score of 5 to 4. The Tigers tied it up in
the eighth and the visitors were at the
mercy of Marshall after the seventh in
ning, the . new pitcher seeming to
strengthen with every inning. The Tigers
played more cornlstently and deserved to
win, fiv of their hits off Burns being
for extra, bases. Score:
Missouri 000100. 100 1-6 7 4
St. Louis I 0011000000-4 8
Batteries: Missouri. Marshall and KleiV
St. Louis, Burns and Dockery, -
Glldden Pathfinder at ffashvllle.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 17.-Dal
Lewis, the official pathfinder of the 1910
Glldden tour, and party, who arrived here
last night after passing over the worst
stretch of road which could be experienced
In automobile touring, left today for Mem
phis. I haven't th brightest of
But whoever questions
me ftnrif -
That 7 timfk S
utt goal into me
If It's CsaVMV 21 kind.
You may be one
in ten .thousand.
Possibly there is one
man or woman in ten
thousand who after try
ing our Tomato Soup,
doesn't think it fine
And you may be that
one. .But even so,
you rftake no mistake
"VI T tt J1
Because the grocer re
funds the p r i c c of any
Campbell's Soup that does
not prove absolutely satis
factory. And if you are
one of the other nine thou
sand nine hundred and
ninety-nine, think what
.you miss by waitingl
21 kind 10c a can
Jus add hot u ater,
bring lo a boil,
Cam be II' Menu
Book aavea you many
a briber. And it's no
botkar lo ct it,
Camdan X J
Look for the
G rammer School ,
Lads to Compete
Two Hundred and Fifty Youngster
Will Struggle for Indoor
An Indoor meet which will create a lot
of Interest lit Omaha will be held at ..lb
Auditorium, Friday, May 20. It will b an
Indoor track meet of the grade schools of
tho city of Omnha. Thla will berth second
annual event end promises, to he bettor than
the first meet, that was held a year ago,
for the Interest In amateur athletics la In
creasing and a larger entry list It re
xpected. It is thought that twenty-five- grammar
schools of the city will compete and'tnkt
the seventh and eighth grades will be rep
resented. It is expected that th number
of contestants for honors In the meet will
be about 2fi0. ' '
The events that will be pulled of. it th
Auditorium will ba a flfty-vard dash, A re
lay race, standing broad Jump.
mile race and a tug-nr-war. The pf
narles will be held At the Young 'Men'i
Christian association building. May "IB, ' Vi
and 18, In order to determine who will coin
pet In the finals. '
Wealnn nt Former llanie. -
FnEDONIA, N. Y .April 17. Kdward
Payaon Weeton arrived here from llrle.
Fa., at 7 o'clock tonight. Weston, who
formerly lived In Fredonla, was given a
great ovation by his former townsmen and
was presented with a sulistsntial purse. Me
will remain here over Sunday.
Norfolk Defeats Maiiton.
STANTON, Neh., April 17. fSped.H Tel
egram ) In the first gsme of the Jh'.iKon
the Stanton High school was deflated by
Norfolk High school at Norfolk Bnturda'v
afternoon, 3 to o. It was very eold and
only seven innings were played.
A Warning fo '
Do you realize that the medicine
you are taking may be doing you
barm instead of good? Have you
noticed that the more you take the
more you require to get relief. "
STOP AND THINK!
Are you using the same .caution
in the selection of the medicines
you are taking for the protection
of your health that you would ex
ercise in selecting a trustee for the
protection of your cash?
A woman's ailments are delicate'
subjects to discuss, and ehe will
ofttlmes bear, the most torturing
pains without confiding her trou
ble to her closest friend, of even
ber family doctor. .,
This natural feminine modesty
makes many a suffering woman,
the innocent victim of merciless
and avaricious manufacturers of
advertised, but worthless, "cure
all" nostrums. ' 1
It your ailment ts serious you
should see your family physician
at once,' but when this is impos
sible do the next best thing take
for It is the very name medicine
that your druggist would recom- 1
mend to his friends or give to &
member of bis family suffering
from such ailments, and , Is the
best ready-made remedy you can
get.. ' '. .. 'n.
A. D. S. PELVlTOfJE is com
pounded by the most experienced
and intelligent pharmacists. It haa,
been approved as the very best by
the A. D. S. National Formula
Committee, representing 12,000 of
the leading druggists of the United
States, who constitute the Ameri-
can Druggists Syndicate, and who.
know its true value. Does it not
look reasonable that these men
should select the Tory best remedy
known and sell It under . honoBt
representations? Get It at any
A. D. S. drug store.
ASSOCIATION ' ' I
Wla 1 . Oda- Drt-aatin
Schaefer'a Cut Price Drug Stores, ltl
and Douglas. ... ''
Schaefer'a Cut Price Drug Stores. 82
North 16th Street,
Sohaefer's Cut Price Drug Btores,'', 403
North 2tth Straet. South Omaha,
Schaefer'a Cut Price Drag Btores. J-101
N Street, South Omaha. ,
Beaton Drug Co., 15th and Farnaw
H. S. King, S4lh and Far nam ' :
balnea Drug Co., 1610 Farnam. ' "'
The Bell Drug Co., 1216 Farnam. ,
Walnut Hill Fliarmacy, 40 tb and Cumt,':
Saratoga Drug Co., Hth and Ames Ave.
j. H. Merchant, 18th and Howard;..
Jno. J. Freytag, 1314 North 4th'. Btreet
Tho Crlssey Pharmacy, 24th and Lake., ,
Johnson Drug Co., 24th and eSpauldtng.
S. A. Beranek, 1402 South llllh titraxt. a
Chas. B. Lathrop. 134 North 24th Street
H. I Prlbbernow, 1324 North Mth Street,
Forest & Fanton Drug Co., 3Mb and, i
Street. South Omaha.
Dell Drug Co., Florence. Neb. ,
Arrives Ber.e "The One Best Drink." - It
helps out on all occasions.. . ,
Comes In three flavora, ,
Orange. Lemon and Root Deer
Two apoonaful In a glass of water
make Hi drink Instantly. ,Ceol u4
5 Cents ti Founiains
In bottles, powder form, from drug.
Ists and grocers. 12 drinks slxe,'2Bc'
u drinks size, 11.00. Keep It in tho
Leo. Crotte Mfg. Co., Omaha
. ASYAHCXO TAtTOSTHi
MatUss Bvary Pay, Sils Bvanlng, :X5.
This Week The High.
Ilaiiimond und Atwcll fo., Jeun C l-imo;,:t
"urla.iue" Circus. W:irrn and il'ani-
ard, World'a i'vy Four, fcva "ljdg.l
H. Franklin a f bianduids, 1 ho ' -v i!,..V
drome end the Orphaum Conceit Orthty
tra. I"ik-ee luc, 20c end Wjc.
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