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THE HEE: OMAHA,1 MONDAY, MAKCH JT, l'Jll.
Pa Rourke's Colts Take Second Game of Series With Storz Triumphs by 10 to 0
ROURKES TAKE THE SECOND I Annual Gymnastic
Contest at Nebraska
OMAHA WINS BIG RELAY RACE
Pharmacy Junior SO
Do Not Allow the Storr Triumphs a
PITCHERS ARE WORKING WELL
)nufiacra Art- (.lirn n Trial t
Captain U-hlpK and They
Vn T?Ourle's Colts took tie Mnil lame
of the aeries with Hi' Siorz Trl imphs Sun
day afternoon, wlnnlnir 10 to In a frlu d
tmfhfii The tmiah:i gut lnoc twice,
nni-p In the flrFt innlriu for three runs
and again 1n the third for six. The last
run ws made In tin- fourth Inninc.
Anderson and Pickering darted the fun
in the first by allowing Routt to van
Ihrin, and the two worked a double teal.
Kane'a hit brought In Anderson and a
S'liieer.e plsv nn the fame hit brought In
Pickering Kane stole srcond. Scbipke's
bunt placed him - on ihhd and a wild
pitch hv Routt let him In
In the fourth Inning Kane made a hit.
stole a bsse and PcMpke not on first by
an error hv McLean. Houtt pised two
rrtn, Kneaven and (Ira ham. bringing Kane
home. I'urbln made n hit. followed by
twnbaegers from both Anderson und
Pickering, and hltl by Schoonover and
Kar.e brought In the six runs. Graham
made the round by petting to aeoond base
nn a bunt, and mealing third, brought In
by a hit bv Hall.
Captain SChlpke allowed the youngsters
a trial Sunday and In spite of the cold
they got through without any error, al
though the regular brought In the run.
The Omaha pitchers only allowed the
Stors threw hit. Mclean. Durkee and
JTobst each getting one, but the amateur
la&a -are unable to turn them Into runa.
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Contest for Lightweight Wrestling is
Declared a Draw Team Prepar
ing to Go to Omaha.
LINCOLN. March j;.-iSpccial.)-The an
nual gymnastic contest was held Friday
evening at the State university, but owing
to numerous other gatherings, the attend
ance was not as heavy as heretofore.
The main event of Interest was the
wrestling match between Munson and
Ruby for the lightweight championship of
the university. The championship In the
other two classes hs already been settled,
! :i Hot t gaining the honor In the heavyweight
clas" and Miller in the light-heavy weight
class. Both Ruby and Munson were ex
tremely cautious and as a result the four
bouts were slow. Ten ten-minute bouts
wore wrestled and two flve-mlnute bouts,
at the end of which the referee called the
match a draw. 1 1 is piobahlc that the
championship will be settled at a later
date. Wrestling has received a hlg boost
since the success of the Cornliuskers at
The remainder of the exhibition Included
boxing between member of the boxing
clas. fancy dancing by members of the
gti'K class and drill by the classes under
the direction of Instructor Field. The pro
ceeds of the meet will he applied towards
the expenses of the gymnastic team at the
western Intercollegiate meet In Chicago
late In April.
The first real test of the track material
which Coach Field has at his disposal will
be given next Saturday night, when the
Cornhtiskers enter a team In the big In
door meet at Omaha. As yet the coach
has been unable to secure much of a line
on the candidates. The membership of the
team which will probably represent the
Cornhuskers at Omaha la largely proble
matical, with the exception of Reed and
Powera. The slse of the auad Is to be
Increased Inasmuch as the Cornhuskers
did not enter the Kansas City meet.
During the last week the members of the
squad have been working out, but the
weather has been too chilly for good track
work. Melllck and Amberson In the dis
tance runs have been showing the best
form and have made remarkably good time
In the distance runs for this time of the
year. They have already covered Hie mile
In nearly the same time as was made by
the winner of that event last year.
Llndstrum haa also been showing ex
ceptionally good form In the pole vault.
Russell la vaulting, but has not been able
to do as good work as Llndstrum. The
latter promises to clear the bar at close
to twelve feet In the outdoor meets. There
la a large amount of mediocre material in
the dashea and distance runs, In -addition
to the veterans, who are getting out for
track. The relay team haa suffered heavily
from losses and the Inability of McOowan
to participate this year has hurt the Corn-huskers.
to the Finish.
CHICAGO DEFEATS KANSAS CITY
Thonsand-Yard Championship of -Missouri
alley I Won by Hrriunnd
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gram.) The Omaha Athletic club featured
the relay team against the faat four of the
Kansas City Young Men Christian asso
ciation. The members of the team took
the Jump with the gun and though pushed
at times never gave up the lead, winning
in a sprint In the time of S:&. H. Jenks.
No. 4. ran Koenlgsdorf, . star sprint man,
off hi feet. Jenks held the Inside to the
stretch and with a
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team, composed of Blair. Brockelman. Mccormick
I.lndherg nd Otto, defented the relav team White
of the Kansas City Athletic club In the
4. bv Durbin S. bv Irfitz 4. Ift on bases
caught fly. to imrkee, catching Schlpke off
Omaha g. ntora S. Double play Fox,
first. l"mplre Fentress.
Dog Experts Speak
Well of Omaha Show
Bar that Promote Did Remarkably
Well in It First Attempt at
, Big Show.
The Omaha dog ' show was one of the
moat successful of the country, although
It was not of course, the largest. For the
Omaha Kennel club to achieve a two-point
ahow In Its ftrst attempt was considered a
successful feat .by dog fanciers of the
country atid all declared that accommoda
tions and the treatment they received at
Omaha could not have been better.
"The Omaha show far exceeded my ex
pectations, tn fact, I was surprised that
auch a fine ahow could have been prepared
as the first attempt at a national ahow,"
aid Dr. George YV. Clayton, one of the
Judge at the ahow.
"Omaha should be proud of ita flrat show
and of the clasa of fine dogs shown here,"
remarked A. F. Hochwalt, the other Judge,
Juat before leaving for the east, where he
la to Judge In some other big shows.
The Omaha Kennel club la already plan
ning a bigger and better show and will
try for a three-point show next year.
Lowered by Cornell
Sensational Track Meet at Ann Arbor
Results in Breaking World's
feature event of the sixth annual handicap
track games of the Kansas City Athletic
club in Convention hall tonight. The dis
tance was 1.200 yards. Chicago took the
lead at the alert and won by 100 feet.
As the meeting was a handicap one. no
point scores were kept. Ixcal athletes,
however, took the places In a majority of
In the 1.000-yard match race for the
championship of the Mlasourl valley, I.,
liermond of Missouri university won the
title from Porter Craig, who ran in the
colora of the Kansas City Athletic club.
Bermond again distinguished himself In
the final relay race between Kansas and
Missouri universities. Although his team
was forty yards behind when he took up
the race to run the last 3u0 yards, he won
by several feet.
Results of Meet.'
Following are the summaries:
Twelve-pound shot put. handicap: John
Reber (Central High. knu i',tv .1......
feet) won, l.ee Talbot (Kansas Cltv Athletic
club, scratch) second. Clarence Reber
(Central H,gh. eleven ftet) third. D stanoe:
64 feet 10 Inches.
Fifty-yard flash. Invitation: McCaulev
(Missouri Athletic club. St. Louis) won
Hobetts (Kansas university) second, Hamil
ton (Kansas university) third. T me. 0:05.
Fifty-yard dash, handicap: Towe (Wash
burn university, seven feet) won, Bordwell
(K. C. Y. M. C. A., six feet) second, Nea
vlek (K. C. A. one foot) third. Time:
Sixteen-pound shot put: Talbot-(K. C.
A. C.) won, Anderson (Missouri unlversltv)
second. Koenlgsdorf (unattached) third.
Distance: 45 feet 54 Incnes.
Fifty-yard low hurdle, handicap: VV.
Martin (Wentworth, eight feet) won. Ham
ilton (Kansas, two feet) second. Parker
(Baker university, aeven feet) third. Tlmo:
One mile intercollegiate relay. Baker
university won, Mornlngslde college second.
Hleh Jump, handicap: Hazen (unattached,
six Inches) won, N'lqholson (Missouri, two
Inohes) second. Sunderland (Wentworth,
five Inches) third. Height: feet 2 Inches.
440-yard dash, handicap: Davis (Kansas,
twenty-two yards) won. Ream (Waahburn,
sixteen yards) second, Ralley (K. C. A. C,
eighteen ya -ds) third. Time: 0:5?.
1,000-yard run: Johnson (Missouri) won,
O'Donnell (K. C. A. C.) second. Osborne
(K. C. A. C.) third. Time: 2:3Vfc.
Mile relay. William Jewell college won,
Washburn aeoond, Tarklo college third.
Special match race. 1.000 yards: Bermond
(Missouri) won. Craig (K. C. A. C.) second.
One mile run handicap: Base (Mornlng
slde. seventy-five yards) won. Blel (Mia
Bonn Athletic club
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LINCOLN YS BErU OMAHA CUBS
Local Lads Get a Bad Start and Stay
LOSE BY A VERY CLOSE SCORE
. M. ('. A. Intermediate Defeat the
Walnnt Hill Kansrarons In n Fast
Preliminary Match eaon
P. W. T,. Pit
leudnhy 33 22 11 .
I Omaha 33 17 1 .515
Swift 33 14 1 .425
Armour 33 13 20 . 394
Name. . Name. At.
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: Sherwood 147wmer 17
i TtiomM l"Hehn '5
Mll IMCampbell 146
Mi-I'ord 14 Miller
I Stem IMHeffner 141
Powell 11 Hiimpert 141
Hammond l&MtUriett 12
Kohankr .". . tMHa.ter "I
Botera IMBonnell 141
Kim i 152 Manning 141
nttbrener l' Parker
' Bureaa ir2 Laird 14"
Tannar 14Dr1acoll 131
Spurned by Husband
Winnona Lamb Kills
Herself at Lincoln
Woman Pleads with Her Husband to
Take Her Back and When He Re
fuses Kills Herself.
CHICAGO GETS THE HONORS
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Carpenter Paper Co.
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75 47 2S .R2 37.751
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72 4' 32 . 555 34.879
75 3 39 .4R0 35.535
75 - 34 40 . 453 85.617
75 32 42 .426 34.993
76 29 6 .3X6 36.5U0
75 26 49 .346 34.8.'
75 20 56 . 266 32.818
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Racely, Rrannon aad Roblnaoa
Enter Indoor Meet.
MNCOI.N. March !6.-(Spe.lal Tele
rram.) Tlirae freshmen athletes of the
T'nlversttv of Nebraska have refused to be
awed ' by the order of the athletic board
debarring them from participating In the
btg indoor meet at Omaha. J
Raceiy Rrannon and Robinson, three of
Uie men who were expected to do some
fat work In the sprints, have announced
their determination to enter the meet
tinder Young Men's Christian association
colors. The athletic board made a ruling
that freshmen could not enter the meet,
a It was against the spirit of the Missouri
valley conference rules to permit them to
participate. It waa given out that should
.any freshman take part he would be de
' barred from representing the university
In future events. The three freahmen sav
they have talked the matter over at aome
length and come to the conclusion that
they will not be bound by the ruling,
which they regarded as absurd. Racely
and Brannon are especially faat and have
few equals In the west.
Just what attitude the board will take
la a matter of conjecture. The two sprint
era say that It will not alter their d
termination to participate In the meet.
Tha lose Of Racely and Brannon shat
lered the Comhuakera' chances In the big
Intercollegiate relay and aroused a storm
of protest among the undergraduates.
AXN ARBOR, Mich., March 26. By cap
turing all three placea In the pole vault, the
last event, the Cornell university track
team defeated Michigan tonight in the
most sensational and hardest fought in
door meet held In Waterman gymnas.ua In
years. The final score waa 8.SV4 to 33Vi.
Three gymnasium recorda were broken
by Michigan men and It la believed that
one world's Indoor record was surpassed
when Jimmy Craig of Michigan ran the
forty-yard high hurdles In 6 seconds one
fifth of a second faster than the previous
Michigan indoor mark, held by Hodgen,
Garrels and Craig, the mark aald to be
the faatest ever made.
Although the Michigan men were re
sponsible for the most sensational per
formances Cornell's track team waa bet
ter balanoed, having stronger men In every
event. In the pole vault. Captain Horner
of Michigan tried to score, but failed at
10 feet 9 Inches, while D'Autremont, Bragg
and Flack of Cornell all e'eared the bar at
In addition to the hurdle record Edward
Hanavan clipped three seconds from the
mile mark, winning in 4:214. and by win
ning the ahotput with a heave of 48 feet
S 4-10 Inches Horner surpassed the record
of 47 feet 6Mj Inches made by Ralph Rose
tn 1904. Horner was the highest individual
point winner with 16 to his credit.
The relay race, which did not count, was
won by Cornell.
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In one of the fastest and closest of bas
krt ball games played at the, Omaha Young
Mn's Christian association gymnasium thla
nraon. the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation Ouh, a fast Omaha five, went
dowh tn defeat at the hand of the Lin
coln. Voung Men's Christian association
team by the score of 32 to 30. Throughout
the game the two fives plRyed with a teal
hlch has marked the playing of the two
team the entire season. The local five, in
reality the Omaha High school team, ex
pected a victory from Lincoln as they won
from the l.lm-oln High school by a de
cisive score earlier In the season and the
Lincoln . team as composed of the high
In the first half the Omaha boys seemed
to have lost their former speed and team
Work for they were not able to score one
half the number of points their opponent
gained In th1 half. Cornell of Lincoln
played an excellent game and blocked many
of Omaha's trick passes. Wldener of Lin
coln also played a good game and ' suc
ceeded In gaining two field goals In the
first .few minute of the game. On the
ether hand the Omaha Cubs were unable
to cope successfully with the Lincoln five
and it was only by the hardest work that
they gained nine points.
Beginning with the second half of the
game It seemed that both teams played
a better game, certainly Omaha did for In
a few minutes they were within a few
points of Lincoln. Burkenroad of Omaha,
who has played a stellar game this season
on the Omaha High school team, was the
star player of this half and made
four field goals and eight free throws.
Burkenroad. by his accuracy In throwing
goals and his speed in guarding his op
ponents, kept Lincoln from scoring many
pt-lnts. Pierce and Kelfer of Lincoln
played a good game and continued the pace
that they set In the first half of the game.
As the second half progressed Omaha
slowly continued to recover the lead which
Lincoln so speedily obtained in the first
half. If the second half had been five
minutes longer It Is probable that the
Omaha Cubs would have gained the cham
pionship of the state, as the Omaha team
was only two points behind Lincoln when
the whistle blew for the end of the game.
OMAHA CUBS. LINCOLN T M C A
LINCOLN. Neb.. March f. (Special Tel
egram.! The refusal of her husband to
agree to a reconciliation Induced W:nnnna
Ijinib. a pretty IS-year-old girl to end
her life under the most dramatic clrcum
With her husband loss than fifty fet
away, the girl made good her threat to end
all if he did not agree to take her back.
She placed a small revolver close to her
briast and fired one shot, the bullet enter-Ina-
close to the heart, resulting In her
death within a few minutes after the shot
Lamb and his wife had been married a
little over two years. Purlng the last year
they had had numerous difficulties and It
wa reported that she left Lincoln last sum
mer, going to Omaha with a medical stu
dnt. where she remained for three days.
!ler husband discovered the trip and the
ci uple separated. Mr. Lamb went to the
Lincoln sanitarium earlier In the evening
to visit her sister. Bhe telephoned to Lamb
to come to the sanitarium, telling him
that she had something which she wished
to show him. When Lamb reached the
sanitarium she pleaded with him to take
hi I back, but he refused, telling her" to
wall a couple of months. She tTien pulled
a handbag from under her ennt and took
out a revolver which she pointed at Lamb.
He regarded the affair a a Joke and paid
little attention to her threats to end her
life. lyamb was the first to reach her side
when she fell and during the few minutes
she lived, a pathetic scene occurred.
Victor Umb, the husband, knelt beside
the woman he had spurned and begged for
giveness and. with a smile on her Hps, she
told him that all was well.
Both Lamb and his Wife were well
known and well liked In Lincoln. The girl
was always cheerful and seemed In a
pattlcularly gay mood early this evening.
Gains Total of Thirty-Six Points in In
ILLINOIS COMES IN SECOND
taophera' Team Draws Fnnrth Position
KollovitMl by Purdue and Wis
consin Tied for Third.
JAPAN IS OUT WITH A DENIAL
Jetter's Gold Tops:
J. B. Watklna Co...,
Green' Pirates. . . . iv
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Basket Ball 4iam Was
SI ON EY, Neb.. March (Special Tele
gram.) The Sidney basket ball squad de
feated the Alliance High school team by a
core of 41 to 16. Sidney outclassed Its op
ponenta in team play and basket shooting
and had 'their opponents at their mercy
during the last half This game decided
the championship of western Nebraska.
Sidney will play Alliance next Saturday at
Alliance. The score In the flrvt half waa
Sidney, lit; Alliance, 10. Last half, Sidney,
4o, Alliance, If.
Foarth Stage of Katlonal tiallery
Match Shot Off Satvrday.
IOWA CITY, la., March 26. (SpeclaJ.)
The fourth atage of the national gallery
shoot, of which the University of Iowa
la the only collegiate team entered, was
held Saturday by the rifle team here, the
acore being 630 out of a possible 600. The
shoot was the "rapid fire" division and will
be followed next week by the fifth and
last stage of the shoot, "the skirmish
fire." But few of the Iowans have ever
had any experience In this sort of firing,
but practice ought to make up considerable
for this deficiency. Should the Haukeye
team made a mark any ways nt-ar ac
ceptable it is more than likely that the
title will come Ita way, since thia week
acore will give the team a total lead over
the entire shooting field of about 10)
points. Hansell. leper and Loos were
high scorers this week. The individual
. 4s A meson 46
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. 4Hsihepard 43
. 4iles 3l
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yards) second, Pattereon (Kansas, thirty
yards) third. Time: 4:27d.
Club relay, 1.200 yards: Chicago Athletic
association won. Kansas City Athletic club
aecond. Time: 3:14'.
Pole vault, handicap: Woodbury fKaneae.
scratch) won. Thompson (Kanaaa. nine
Inches) second. Beard (K. C. Y. M. C. A.,
ten inches! third. Height: 11 feet.
Mile relav: Omaha Athletic club won.
Kansas City Y. M. C. A. second. Time:
The annual one mile relay race between
the Missouri and Kansas universities was
won by Missouri In 3:33.
Commercial Bowllnar League
Omaha Bicycle Indians.... 72
O'Brien's Monte Chrlstos.. 78
Brodegaard Crowna 72
Frank's Colts 78
A. Frlck & Bon 75
Schroeder's St. Jamea 72
W. L. Pet
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47 23 .671
47 28 .627
45 33 .677
34 88 .47S
113 45 .423
25 53 .321
13 50 .181
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Game. At. Names. Oamea.
it lMVoaa 72
1! IMHInrlrha 61
60 laOFaserNarf 61
M 18 Younger 4&
7t lS7Traynor 43
SO I Mnran 63
64 18a Solomon 41
71 1S3 Beaalln 6t
71 183 Kerr 7
Tt 1S2 Leyendarkar J
68 lMSraiyiall 6.1
40 140 Weytnullar 44
75 1 Schneider 6
36 179Hahen 57
ft 174 Mitchell 36
6 17KBchula 30
. 67 177 Noah 10
61 177 Boatman
, 63 176Tat 8
, M 176 Dunbar
. 73 174 E. Mows.
. 17 17( Ootthalmer 34
. 11 171 W 11 eon 66
36 17SMoyna 42
Cleveland Ore Plant
Blown Up by Dynamite
Unidentified Vandals Wreck New
Building1 in Suburb of Cleveland
Which Costs $1,000,000.
Scorer: Feltman. Field goals In first half
Cornell (2). Wldener (2i. Ketfer (2, Pierce
Burkenroad. Rector, Hughes. Field goals
in second half: Kelfer (2). Pierce (2,
Waugh. Free throws: Burkenroad (11).
Cornell (2), Wldener, Kelfer (3), Pierce (3).
Kan aaroos Lose.
In a fast preliminary game , the Young
Men's Christian association Intermediates
defeated the Walnut Hill Kangaroos by the
score of 15 to 7. The features of the game
were the fast and accurate playing of
Normstrom for the Kangaroos and Ruohart
for the Intermediates. The Kangaroos
lacked In the training and practice of the
Young Men's Christian association team
and had no team work. The Intermediates
have won nearly every game this season
and the game lost night ended their present
schedule for the season
No Kntanarlement la) Mexico and IPaa
a Most Friendly Feellnsi To
ward I nele Sam.
CHICAOO. March Jfi.-The T'nlversttv b?
Chicago carried off first honors In th
first snnual weatern Intercollegiate Indoor
tiack meet tonight, gaining a total of
thirty-six points. The 1'nlverslty of Illinois
was second with thirty-three points and
Minnesota waa third with fourteen polnte.
Purdue and Wisconsin tied for fourth
place with ten points and Northwestern
university was last on lt own track with
but four points. The summaries:
tHi-vard dash; Hoffman. Purdue, first;
Seller, Illinois second; fkhenk. Northwest
tin .third. Time. OMW.
Mi-yard hurdle: Whiting Chicago, first;
Kuh. Chicago, second; Merrlman, Illinois,
third, 'lime. (:('..
One-tulle run: Cope, Illinois, first; Wason,
Piitdiie. second; Hohrer, Illinois, third.
44i-yard run: Davenport. Chicago, first;
Cortls. Illinois, second; Anderson, Minne
sota, third. Time 0:63.
Half-mile run: Uavenpoit. Chicago, first;
Barron. Illinois, aecond; Hush. .Minnesota,
third. Time. 2:0U
Running high jump: Johnson. Wisconsin.
and Peterson, Minnesota, tied for fli St
place lit Ti feet S inches Menaul, Chicago;
(loettlcr. Chicago, and Morrill. Illinois, tied
for third place. Minnesota snd WisconKln
were awarded two points each and others
one point each.
Two-mile run: C. R. Cleveland, Wiscon
sin, fltst; Connellv, Minnesota, second;
Milliard, Illinois, third. Time, 1ii:tnv.
Relay race, mile; Illinois, first. Time,
Pole vault: Coyle. Chicago, snd Murphy,
Illinois, tied for first place; lingers, Chi
cago, third. Height, 12 feet 4 Inches.
Hhot put: Mcnaul. Chicago, first; Frsnk,
Minnesota, second; Belting, tblrd. ins
tance, 40 feet 101 Inches.
L P. I L.F.
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TOKIO. March 26. (Special Cablegram.)
Japan Is considering carefully the arbitra
tion plan proposed by President Teft and
seconded by Sir Kdward Grey. The au
thorities here consider It the most practi
cal method possible of allaying the Vnlted
States. Britain, and countries most friendly
The Japanese deny emphatically that this
country has any entanglement In Mexico,
and assert that Japanese Interests In that
republic are not to tie 1 compared with
those of the t.'nlted States. It Is the fer
vent desire of the government here to
maintain and develop American-Japanese
friendship, and It believes that so long
as the two countries mutually respect es
tablished rights and Interests there will
never be any trouble between them.
The blade's the thing in shav
ing. EVER-READY blades
are the keenest, cleanest ever
Extra Blades, 10 for 50o
Complete, 12-Bladed Razor, $1.00
Sot J by All Local Dmalmrt
In order that the advertiser may get the
best results for money Invested, he must
reach the buyer by the most direct and
reliable channel. The Bee la that channai
G. A. Lindquist & Co.
Makes Good Clothes. -
Coneerratlve Styles and Patterns
Selected for Spring.
235-236 Paxton Blk.
CLEVELAND, March 26. Unidentified
vandaia tonight dynamited the new Iron ore
handling plant of the Erie railroad at
North Randall, a, suburb of Cleveland. The
dynamite was uaed on the ore bridge of
the plant, which- was destroyed with a loss
of 1200.000. The plant was only recently
completed at a cost, It la said, of about
$1,000,000 and bad been in operation only a
There is no clue to the miscreants and
General Superintendent Dunkle of this
division of the Erie aaya bloodhounds will
be used In trying to run them down.
When the plant waa erected the work
waa done under the open shop plan aa ap
plied to structural iron workers.
HICKS HAS A NARROW ESCAPE
At the Bott
Working In it nivlnsr Salt, Air
Is Shot Off.
RAN FRANCISCO, March 2S.-r5pec!a1
Telegram.) When a barge capsized In the
bay today, Quartermaster J. C. Hicks of
the United States navy narrowly escaped
a horrible death by asphyxiation. In a
diving suit he waa working at the bottom
of the bay laying water pipe. Air was
forced down to him by an air pump manned
by, several sailors atatloned on a barge,
who were thrown Into the water when a
heavy swell from a boat struck the barge.
With the air supply cut off, and receiving
no answer from his signals, Hicks soon
lost consciousness and was only rescued
by the prompt action of the sailors.
A Break for Liberty
from stomach, liver and kidney trouble Is
made when a J6o box of Or. King's New
Life Pills Is bought. For sale by Beaton
The only large office vacant
There is but one lame office
vacant. This testifies that
tenants are well satisfied in
The Bee Building
Room 320 is one of the choice corner effices"so much
sought after. A corner office with windows on, two
sides is always cool in summer, and is light ns well as
airy. There is a vault In connection which gives more protec
tion to valuable papers, etc. Ask to see this ,of flee. Will make
same suitable for tenant and the space can bo divided into
three good rooms Per month 940.00
New Elevators are now being installed.
The Bee Building Co.
Bee Business Office. 17th and Farnam Sts.
P. W. I- Prt. Pine.
Omaha Bedding Co. 69 47 22 ,W1 56.322
Yousem'a Colin IB 42 27 . 6.K2
Huffner Tallora art 38 28 . 571 65.11
MazeDPaa 69 35 84 .VI 56,4!i
Rangers 66 33 33 . 6u0 53,738 ,
Peoplea Store 68 33 3 .478 54.2M :
Btorz Malts 72 32 40 . 444 56.M3 !
Rod and Oun Club.. 6 26 44 . 362 61.141 j
Namea. Av. Kama. A !
Youem lut Jotiliaua )2 ,
Harvard Belter at Soorer.
C.VMHIMOHh;. Ma . March JC.-lfarvard
defeated the t'nlverslty of Pennsylvania at
soccer foot ball tuday, 4 to 1 Thla waa
the first contest of the kind between the
I.. R. Ieeper
(I. Johneofl .
I P1 aatt
IT; Slaughter ...
, 170 M l.e.n
1WC K. Hall..
. b Kaatman ....
. 14 Abrxv I
. 11 F Hall
. la.! Whiltemora
. lfc! E. Blerrnan
. u:'Q. Btermaji
i . kI i
. 14 I
. It I
. 144 1
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Faat Wrestllag Boat Before Baffalo
BCKFAIjO. N. T.. March 2'-i Special
Telegram In a slashing match before the
ttuffalo Athletic axoc nl..ti CI arlex
(Kid) Cutler of Chicago defeated Dr. B. P.
Roller. In fully recovered form Cutler won
In straight falls In 62 and 12:1. respec
tively. It waa the most brilliant piece of
grappling aeen In Buffalo in a long time.
syid wounds are-healed without danger ef
d poisoning by Rurklen's Arnica Salve,
a ling wonder. 26c. For sale by
Ita you know that of all the minor ail
ments colds are by far the most danger
ous? It Is not the cold Itself that you newl
to fear, but the aerious diseases that tt
often leads to. Moat of thee are known
aa germ diseases. Pneumonia and consump
tion are aanong them. Why not take
Chainberlain'a Cougn Remedy and cure
your cold wbiia u can? hut eeUe by ail
P. V. I. Pet.
Hawks 6 21 15 .6M i
Moles 1 26 -.31 !
Hronks 27 1ft 17 .3;'
Caacarets I 2a .23J i
Name. Ar. Kernes. A.
i CVtnnjy 17.Mat.an 14 :
I Gallup laTirilen.eo 14 j
Brown Ui I.yona 144
: Harlan k lit O I onnar 141
I Harrier 1. 7 Lrhrberg 14i
Morten 147 W right lt
I Neia. 165 U na e ,
! tKiadwetl IfclWInther IM
B..wman lJHuperl 11
ioier lAjRead Its
t;iaaa leoHaeer 1)
( reertat l.esaae,
P W. U Pet
I'. R. National Tellera 36 H 14 11
1'. C. National Boosters. ... M i If .666;
iHinal Juniors ...St 1 U .4i
I. 8 National Rangers.... 7 11 14 .4M ;
Cental benlors 11 b & .471 1
Hoy to Avoid Street Car Accidents
Ill-Passing Behind a Car
HEX pnspiriK bohind a car always make sure that a car is
not approaching from the opposite direction on the paral
lel track. Failure to take this precaution may result in fatal
injuries or instant death. Xever pass too closely behind a stand
ing ear, as it may back unexepeetedly and come in collision with
you. Our most serious accidents result from people stepping
from behind one car directly in front of another.
Omaha and Council Bluffs Street Ry. Co.
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