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THE RKE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, MATICTT 28, 1911.
In Spirit of Revenge Kansas City Will Try to Defeat Chicago Here on Saturday
PLANNING BIGJELAY EYENT
Chicago and Kansas City Athletes
Clash Here Saturday.
MISSOURIANS SEEK REVENGE
At Cora I a Indoor Meet Twralr
Ihree .mne School I. ad Will
Hon Off t'rellmlnarlea of
Tbelr Helnr Harea.
Tha snm Chlraco Athletic assorjatlnn
rslav tram that defpatnl tlie Kansas City
thletin club last Saturday Is entered for
the Omaha Indoor ment Saturday. The
team I" composed if Plalr. Broctielman,
Utidberif and otto, and they will run
apalnst the Kansas 1ty team In a special
The Kansas City and Chlrano athletic
rniha are amonn the boat of the hlg ath
letic organisation, and each year I hey
mnl aeveial times with thrlr relay teama
and In Individual events. The Kanaaa City
four If oomlnn "P to Omaha with the In
tention of wlplna" out the defeat Riven
tliem by Chicago Saturday.
R. I Cains, aecretary of the Omaha
Athletic association, la trying to arrange
a special match rare between four of
tha crack runners of the west, Davenport
of Chicago university, liermond of Mis
Hour!, DindbcrK of the Chicago Athletic
club, and Jleed of the University of Ne
braska. Davenport won the 440-yard race
In the "Big Bight" conference indoor meet
In Chicago Saturday In Km seconds, de
feating pome of the crack runners of the
college athletes of the country. Ilermond
won a 1.000-yard match race at the Kanaaa
City Indoor meet Saturday In 2:21S- Dlnd
berg was a member of the winning team
of the Chicago-Kansas City race and the
reputation of Reed, Nebraska's crack run
ner, la well known.
The distance that tha race would be run
would, of course, be the bard point to de
cide, but It la probably that It will be M
jardH-a half mile.
There will be a big amateur track meet
Saturday afternoon when the twenty-three
grade school of Omaha meet at the Audi
toiium to run off the preliminaries of their
relay raoe, and pick the two teams which
are to run the film Is in the same meet as
the bigger athletes Baturdiiy night. There
are some pretty fast runners among th
grade school lads of (diiciha and the. pre
liminaries with twenty-three teams com
petlng, wtll laK a couple of hours. Pre
llmlnarlea for the shot put will also be fin
lshed in the afternoon, as this event takes
up so much time wlun carried all tha way
IWIXIULKS BRAT lMTKRIALS
One-Slded tiame Hesnlta In Fourteen
to Xothtnar geore.
Tn a practice gam Sunday afternoon the
Invincible defeated the Imperials in
one-sided game, 14 to 0.
The heavy hitting of the Invincible was
too much for the Irnperlala, who used three
pitchers to stop them. A number of error
were made by the Imperials on account
of the rolrt and wlrtdy afternoon. Peter
son's home run with t"ro on base was
easily the feature of tho game. Harrison,
the Nebraska State leaguer, struck out
twelve men In sefen innings. Next Sun
day the Invincible May the Btors Triumphs
at Benson park in Cfirmha. .' ' l
IUM:V OKKKAT ALLIANCE
Haakrt JlaJI tiartte Won by Fusty t
SIDNKY, Nub., March 27 (Special Tele
gram.) The Sidney basket ball sguad de
feated the Alliance High school team by a
score of W to 15. v Sidney outclassed Its op
ponents In team play and basket shooting
and had their opismenta at their mercy
during the last hiylf This game decided
tho championship of western Nebraska.
Sidney will play Alliance next Saturday at
Alliance. The score In the first half was
Sidney, 16; Alliance. 10. Iist half, Sidney,
4i; Alliance. 15.
The Northern Flight
The northern flight of the
wild ducks occurs every year
just as icgularly as spring time
They knofo it is the right thing
to do. It is the thing that Nature
tella them to do. Nature is the
safest guide in the world.
That is why Pabst follows
Nature's method in growing the
malt which goes into
Tls Bctr. of Quality
The Paoat exclusive malting
process allows the barley to
erow for eight days. Thus is
Nature copied, it taking eight
days for barley to sprout and .
tart growing when planted in
In this way, Pabst makes sure
that all the rich food value of
:he grain goes into Pabst Blue
Mad and Bottled Only
by Pabtt at Milwaukee
Order a case. You will be de
lighted with its smooth, pleasant
taste and its appetizing flavor.
The Pabst Company
Profits in Early
New York State Fair Will Give
Added Money at Three Per Cent
BYRAH'SE, N. T.. March 87. The racing
department of the New Tork state fair an
nounced today that the established early
closing events, with purse money aggre
gating 112,000, had been renewed and under
conditions never before offered by a racing
association In this country.
Three year ago the Syracuse association
reduced the entrance fee from I to I per
cent and now It has decided to make the
horse standing fourth In the summary of
race an actual money winner and allow
ing added money for tha fifth and sixth
horses, where there are seven or more
It la believed the effect of this de
parture will be to bolster up the eastern
Orand Circuit associations.
Following Is the program of early closing
The Empire State. UO.OuO. three In five:
The Chamber of Commerce, 12,000, two In
three; 2 07 trot.
The Ka-No-No. tl.000. 1-year-olds, two in
three; 2:US trot.
I he Conway, $2,000, three In five; 2:18
1 he Syracuse, tf.OoO, three In five; 2:11
I he Onondaga, $2,000; two In three; 1:04
The schedule covering added money In
the event gf seven or more starters, fol
2:14 trot, 2200 to the fifth horse and 2100
to the sixth horse; 2:11 pace, $100 to the
fifth horse, and 11 to the sixth horse; 2:07
trot. 2:1 pace and 2:04 pace, $40 to the
fifth horse and fc'iO to the sixth horse; 2:07
trot. I JO to the fifth horse and $10 to tha
Another departure limits the starters In
a two-ln-three event after the second heat
to money winners.
Building Track for
Indoor Meet Races
Carpenters Will Start Today on Con
traction of Speedway for
Preparation for tha big Indoor meat to
be held at the Auditorium Saturday night
will begin today. The lumber for th track
haa arrived. Carpenter will atart at once
on the building of th box In th building
on tha north side, and the track wortf will
go on at the am time.
Ticket for the big meet are going well
on the advance ale, and the Indication
are that there wilt be an even larger crowd
present this year than tn 110.
A meeting of tha Omaha Athletic asso
ciation will be held oma time today and
th official for th evening will be an
nounced. ' Dr. kf A.' Stair, dlreotor of
athletics at the University of Chicago, will
probably be referee, but th other officials
are still to be chosen.
ft. I. Cams, secretary . of tha Omaha
Athletic association, will b abl to an
nounce the list of entries for tha event in
a day or, two. and th axaot . number of
athlete In each of the event will be
known. The biggest entry list will b for
th shorter dashes, bat th list of relay
event will have tha largest number of
Each of the sections for th school
crowd out to see their athletes in com
petition, will be decorated, and many of
the box section have been taken by par
tie made up of alumni of the big college
Sioux Falls Wins
Basket Ball Title
Champion Team of Eastern Half of
State Decisively Defeats Team
from Black Hills.
SIOUX FALLS. B. D., March 27.-Spe-rlal.)
Two exciting games of basket ball
played In Sioux Falls for the champion'
ship of the slate between the teama of the
Sioux Falls and Lead High Schools, have re
sulted in a renewed interest in basket ball,
and the game will prosper greatly In Hlou
Falls from this time on. By recently de
feating Lkka Preston, Bloux Falls won th
championship of that part of the stat
lying east of the Missouri river. Lead was
the champion of the western half of the
state, and the Iead team waa brought to
Sioux Falls for the purpose of determining
which of the teams was tha champions of
South Dakota. Sioux Falls won decisively
the first two games, making a third game
unnecessary. The first game was won by
ttioux Falls by a scors of M to 14. the sec
ond by a score of II to IK. The Lead
players, having lost the first game, made a
desperate effort to win tha second, but
(ailed, largely because of inaccuracy in
gauging distance when pitching the big
leather ball. Tha Lead players now are
returning to their homes, well satisfied
with their treatment In Sioux Falls.
amber of Hair Uall Magnate At
tend Services nt Cleveland.
CLEVKLAND. O.. March JT.-Funeral
servlcex for M. Stanley Koblson, president
of the St. Louis National league base ball
club, who died her Friday from blood
poisoning, were held this afternoon at the
home of hla sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank de
i'reslilent Thomas J. Lrnch of th Na-
' tlcnal leugue; Roger Bresnahon, manager of
'the St. 1-oula team; O. U. Beekamp, Its Sec
I retary, and F. M. Abercombl of St. Louis,
lan ussui'late of Mr. Roblson, attsnded ths
Orannlae White tlty
A new amateur team la
to be formed
fioiu th old Orand View Sterling nine, and
will be called th White City Kamblera.
M-.rn Probst will be captain. Those
s-kiiig game Willi the Kamblers may
I'ommunli ate with him at t Cedar street,
or tt-it'piione luuglaa 944.
The lineup is as follow s: Markhofer.
caicli: tt. Probst, pilch; Hansen, first base;
H Probst, short; Uarrluun, third base;
(i-rhman. right field: Wlttiger. left field;
Frit man. center field.
I tilanta Ileal Dallas.
1 IALI.AS. Teg.. March 17. Th New
... . . (. ... .ot, an iui-y -..-
i tor- from th lallas Texas league team
it i.i hftrrnu'.in, to S. Devore s hitting
! ani his running were feature. He got
I in:-ie. a double and a triple out of five
Hints u: hiole secuud. third and home, and
I M-i.rcrt once from aecond on a sacrifice hit
McUrum rcaiilar tram will Uave her to-
j iiimrun niorn.ns for Hirmlngham A colt
I ttam Mill remain in Texas a week
lake lose In Memphis.
MKMPIIItf. T.nn., March H In a game
ci a. ki f niiil o iai ..t.u.ng and heavy
h iniig. th .Meniiihia rt.iuiliern leaf-'t:e Vain
d. f. m.d the Chl-KO Nationals this after
noon. to 1. The Chicago team left for
Tha Key to th Fliuailon-Be Want Ads.
Fight Arouses Big
Interest in South
Minister Preaching: Series of Sermons
on the "White Hope" Large
' Crowds Will Attend.
S.rt!LPA. Okl., March 27. With prices
high enough for a championship fight, .
more than half of the arena seats already
sold and Indications that 12, OK) paid ad
missions will be received before the gates
are opened, the Morrls-Bchreck fight next
Tuesday promises to be the greatest pugil
istic event ever witnessed in the southwest.
Bapulpa has been dubbed "the Reno of
the southwest." The forthcoming battle
Is virtually the aole topic of conversation.
Rev. Jerry Oeter, pastor of the Ftrat
Methodist Eplacopal church (South) here,
has been preaching a Series of sermons on
the "whits hope."
Delegations from all the principal cities
In the country will attend the fight Sev
eral hundred women have purchased seats
and "ladles' day" at the Morris camp was
for several weeks a society event In Ba
pulpa and many women here are eager to
witness the giant "hops" In real action.
Bchreck, accompanied by his manager,
Billy Corcoran, arrived from Pittsburg
Morris has been taking his exercises in
smaller doses for several days. Ha goes
to bed early In the evening and sleeps lata
In the morning. His work Is sufficient to
keep Mm in splendid condition. He Is con
fident he will win.
Pennsylvania and Columbia Tie for
Second Place in Intercollegiate
PRINCETON. N. J.. March 17. Tha tnter
collegiate wrestling meet which was
stopped at midnight Saturday 'waa con
tinued here today, Princeton winning the
championship by a margin of sis points.
Th bouts Saturday night were long drawn
out and when midnight arrived thers were
two bouts unfinished. The managers of the
meet decided not to have any wrestling
during Sunday hours and the remaining
bout went over until this morning. Th
Princeton. 17 points; Pennsylvania, 11
Columbia, 11; Cornell, 10.
This morning Captain Wells of Prlnoeton
defeated Nlsson of Pennsylvania on d
cislon, after on nine-minute bout and two
two-minute periods In the 178-pound class.
In the unlimited class Oroff of Cornell
won from Hellman of Pennsylvania after a
twelve-minute bout, three three-minute
bout and two of two minute each.
No netting at Jamestown Races.
RICHMOND, Va., March 17. Oovernor
Mann announced today that he would not
permit any violation ox the Virginia ant l
betting law at the Jamestown Jockey club
spring meeting, which opens April S. This
la regarded as a heavy II not a fatal blow
to tn meeting.
Kuui Cttr Wins A gala.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., March S7.-By th
aid of passeav errors. Wild throws and
timely hitting the Kansas City team of the
American association today won th second
game of an exhibition series. Score:
Kansa City...... 12 !
Denver 8 10 :
(latteries: Owens, Maddox and James
Magerman, 0"Hara, Kenworthy and Soan
Box gknt Oat Opponents.
OKLAHOMA CITT, Okl., March 17. Th
Chicago American defeated tn Oklahoma
City team here this afternoon, I to 9. The
game waa called after the fifth Inning on
account of a dust storm, score: K H.K
Oklahoma City 0 S
Batteries: Young, Keebl and Druok
Walsh and Payne.
Athletlo Meet for Hastings.
HASTINGS, Neb.. March 17. Special.)-
Arrangements are being maCe for an inter-
collegiate athletic meet to be held her
May 12. Invitations have been extended to
forty-one high schools In Nebraska.
St. Joseph Lose Ilarf Game
ST. JOHBPH. March M In a hard fought
name today the St. Paul team of th
An-artoan association defeated
Joseph club by a score of to 6.
Gossip of the Fans
OUIe Pickering, left fielder of th Omaha,
has played ball mora than twenty year
snd cannot score a base ball gam today
In uT) hla long base ball career he declare
tnat h never scored a game never having
bad occasion to sit on th Sid line and do
Joe Kneaves and Sam Agaew have such
a resemblance to each other, when in unl
form, that Pa l considering sewing label
on the back of their shirts so that they
can be told apart while on the field. Both
have the "Roman" nose and real light
hair "Oottontop," '"Llttl Brother" Agnew
"Omaha la going to win every exhibition
game this year," declares Pa Rourke.
don't believe we got any of them last
year." Practice was calUd off Monday on
ccount of the cold, so Pa's squad will
have to do some fast work to get In shape
for the game with the Whit Sox Saturday.
Johnny Oondlng haa developed an ambi
tion. He wants to learn to play either golf
or tennis. Johnny declare he always
wanted to try out those sports, but never
had a chance to play either of them.
Rellly, pitcher from Colorado wilds, who
la trying out with th Rourke this spring
never came from Colorado. H has the
rue Rowery walk, that merry little motion
diveloped only on Broadway.
Joe Berger, a speedy Inflelder, who haa
been trying out with th Cincinnati Reds,
ha 8 been bought by Frank label of Wichita
and will make the rounds of the western
leagu this summer. Berger waa bought
by Cincinnati from Mobile where he played
last season, but he waa not fast enough to
n.ake the big leagues. The purchase of
I'.erger completes lsbell's line up
8t. Joseph plays fifteen exhibition games
this season, three of them having bean
Kllllnc Bird with Rifle Illegal.
flOCX FALLa'. . U.. March I7.-(Si-tlal.l
C. 11. Thorow of Ramona was the
f'rst victim this season of that provision of
the state game law which prohibits the
killing of gam birds in South Dakota with
a rifle, lie waa fined 110 after btlng ar
rtsted by Uam Warden 3. M. Parry on
the charge of having shot wild geese with
a rifle. Had he used a shotgun be would
bave been within the law. A ban was
I laced upon the use of rifles for the pur
loso of protecting human llf. Htray bul-
lets fired from high power rifles might kill j
t.oiue of the numerous hunters who. during
the sraaon, are about the lakes and sloughs ,
of the state.
al of Daroagafe-by-naadlliig Uoo4a
& cur cur tor this claaa of salts la found
in be aJverliaiti.
RUNNING THE REVOLUTION
Mexican Junta at Los Angeles Feeds
and Anns Insarrectos.
SENDS MONEY, MEN AND WEAPONS
Plans socialistic Heaabllr, trltk apt
tal at Mexican, and Debates la
ternallr Its Own Serloa
Difference of Opinion.
LOS ANflELF.S. March K.-tSpeclaU
For some months now the American public-
been kept Informed, or misinformed.
as the case may be. of the doings of a
little band of revolutionists on the south
side of the Mexican boundary line. Not
the least Important feature of the news
as been the almost dally reports of the
smuggling of arms, men and ammunition
through the line of t'nlted (States troops
to the insurgents. Money and food sup
plies have gone through also, although the
American authorities would have you be
lieve otherwise. And all of this, or at
least a very large part of It, haa been
done under the direction and according to
the p'ans of a little group of writers and
newspaper workers, with their headquar
ter at 519S East Fourth street, Io
Rlcardo Flores Magon, his brother
ICnrlque Flores Magon. and John Kenneth
Turner, the author of a scries of articles
on Mexico that attracted wide attention, are
the leaders of the little group. With them
is Antonio I. Villereal. a well-known
leader of Mexican anarchists, and L. Oult
errex De Lara and Mrs. lie Lara. These
and one or two others make up what they
have called "La Junta del Partldo Lib
eral Mexican." They also edit and pub
lish the revolutionary paper "Regener
acion." Thl Is don openly, although
every effort has been made by the Mexi
can and even th officials 6f the United
State government to stop them.
Bnsr at Hendajnartera.
To th dingy little rooms on the second
floor of th Nelson Flats on East Fourth
street come th money, arm and other
Bundles for the revolting bands. There
Is written the copy for the Regeneraclon.
most of it by the Magon Brothers and
Turner, and there, in an inner room, flock
th soldiers of fortune, a mixed and un
in a while oomea on with something more
savory lot for the most part, but once
than a lust tor loot and lawlessness in his
Still another plan I being worked out in
those room. It is no less than to finance
th insurrectionary movement in the north
of Mexico, dictating Its management so as
to harass Mexican troops without open or
actual warfare, with the goal of forming
an Independent state of the states of Chi
huahua, Slnoloa, Ponora ana aja or
Lower California, under on government
and that a socialistic on, and eventually
turning thl new nation over to the United
States. The "headquarters of this great
scheme ar in Chicago, but the main direct
Ing point is ther in those dirty tipper
rooms. Ther la a fear even among th
moat optimistic of thes revolutionists, and
all revolutionists are optimistic by nature,
Is they could not b revolters, that th
plan of a federation of states will be balked
ven if tha revolution goes through, for
ther I conflict of opinion among the In
What the "Brain" Bar.
Said Laberado Rivera, called th "Brain"
by his companions: "Wo have pushed for
ward our movement in Lower California
far inor than haa been don elsewhere in
Mexico, and w liberals propose to lead
and not ba led. In many things we are at
on ewlth VUlereal, but w are unabl to
agr with his theories of government; we
ar not anarchists. W propose to go ahead
and establish our own system of govern
ment tn Baja California, with Mexican a
a capital. Ther w hop to found a so
dalistlo government. From that olty w
hop to reach out and eventually cover all
"W ar In sympathy with th other
movement against th present Mexican
government, but that sympathy extends
only so far aa thos movements look to
th overthrow of Dial. Th force headed
by Madro wa consider, In case of sue
c, would establish another capitalistic
government, with possibly som of the
most objectionable features of th Dial
Activity of the Jonta.
Founded long before th actual outbreak
of hostilities, th Junta has been steadily
pouring a stream of man, money, arm
and ammunitions of war into big supply
depots hidden away in North Mexico.
Not even the spies employed by Preslden
Dlas and the American government hav
been abl to trace these, so shrewdly has
th work of forwarding them been car
rled on by the Junta. Bending ammunl
tlon and food haa been easy compared
to th smuggling across the border of
the soldiers of fortune who have joined
th lnaurrection movament here. That
ha been a task that taxed the ingenuity
of th leader , to tha uttermost. Alway
they, hav had the knowledge that every
body who enters the headquarlera build
lng was watched. They have known tha
spies hav rented apartments on the floor
below them and across the hall from
them, and that nothing they did In those
rooms waa fre from suspicion and
But they have succeeded In attalnln
their object. One of th last and largea
of all the drafts they have sent south
left this city on the night of Saturday
March 4, bound for Mexlcall via th Im
parlal Valley of California. Ther were
it la said, 102 men in th party, nlnet
of whom wr recruits, th remainder
being guides, who returned to Los An
geles after aaslstlng the filibusters In
eluding th government of two repub
lic. Kvery man in the company wa well
armed and thoroughly equipped.
Operatloa la Simple.
Th plau was simple. The men divided
Into squad of ten or twelve. Each aquad
was In charge of a guide. Th tickets
a. 11 W
The need of a tonic In the Spring 1 almost universally recognized.
Bodily fatigue, fickle appetite, poor digestion, nervousness, lack of energy,
etc prove that the proper amount of nourishment is not being supplied to
the body through the circulation. The stomach, bowels, and digestive mem
bers are sluggish from lack of stimulating nutrition, and m conenuenre the
entire body suffers from the effects of a poorly nourished constitution. The
use of a ral blood-purifying tonic when the system is deranged from iack of
nourishment, will often prevent the development of ome sericaas sickness
because weak systems cannot resist disease, while healthy, well nourished
constitutions are able to ward it oS. No medicine is of value as a tonic ex
tent one which purifies and enriches the blood, for until this is done the
tody will not receive its required stimulus and diSeaseresisting powers.
S S 3 is the best Spring tonic because of its genuine ability and worth as
a blood purifier. It builds up the depleted system in the true way by pun-
t t I l...lj....-.1.ran, -. mrrP'lCf(l U ITinil ni ) 1 I M III I IDUllaK. II V ivr vvw.it
I liortfon oi the body. S. S. S. removes all impurities from the circulation and
I overcomes the unpleasant physical ailments of Spring. S S. 8. .is lor sale
j &t drug stores.
LEADES OF MEXICAN REBELS IN
FRANCISCO I. MADERO.
read to different destinations and when
their destination was reached the members
Of each squad left the train with their
ulde, and as opportunity offered pro
ceeded to cross th international line.
Once across, the recruits were led to a
rendesvous by the guide, and there turned
over to an officer of the Insurgent forces.
When the entire party was assembled, it
waa marched first to Mexlcall, and later
distributed among the different revolu
tionary commands that had need of men.
Yet another plan that was worked with
success by the .tunta members here has
baffled th authorities. A launch, pre
viously engaged In running Chinese into
th country, was chartered, and under the
very nose of a government revenue cutter,
carried seventy-five well armed men and
several thousand rounds of ammunition
from Point Firman to Baja California.
While it escaped Interference, this expe
dition waa unlucky, for In unloading the
ammunition on the beach just south of
Bnsenada, a boat foundered and one man
and a dozen cases of cartridges were lost.
On Raslness Baals.
To avoid possible delays In getting th
nns and ammunition, the Junta adopted
strictly business methods. It purchased
what waa needed as it was wanted directly
fom the sporting goods houses In town.
As a result the hunters and other sports
men have found it next to Impossible to
buy revolvers, automatic pistols and rifles
of certain calibers. In getting these arms
with the necessary ammunition aoross the
border, the Junta has been uniformly suc
cessful. Not one shipment of several hun
dred has been captured by either the fed
eral or th Mexican authorities, in spite of
the careful patrol mantalned on both sld'S
of th boundary line.
Tha plan employed has been easy. The
shipper of the contraband selected soniO
little station in California near tha border
and shipped th arms and ammuntlon In
big packing boxes, marked mining machin
ery, to that point. There ths Stuff waa
taken to the warehouse of some sympa
thlser, opened and repacked into smaller
bundles, that could be carried on the backs
of burros, and so across the line Into
Mexico. 8o well has this work been don
that Mexlcall, a month ago without sup
pliea of that kind, now haa plenty to fight
off an army.
Suicide as Himself
Unusual Action of Kansas City Man
at Los Angeles Causes Police
to Look for Him.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., March 27.-Deteo
tlvea of this city are seeking Lewis L.
Thornton, son of a Kansas City politician,
to learn what he knows concerning a sup
posed suicide from the-government reserva
tlon at San Pedro last Wednesday and a
subsequent falsa Identification of th vie
Urn's body aa that of Thornton.
Police say that it was Thornton himself
who supplied the Identification and his rel
atives are now hurrying to this city to
tak charge of th body. Thornton, how
ever, has been aeen alive and well since
Thomas B. Thornton of Lawrence. Kan.,
Is a brother of the man being sought.
VERDICT ON EXPLOSION
OF LOCOMOTIVE BOILER
Cheyenne Coroner Kind Manches
ter's Death la Dae to egllireiire
CHEYENNE, Wyo.. March r. (Special )
The coroner's Jury haa returned a verdict
finding that Fireman. F. C. Manchester
cam to hi death by the explosion of a
locomotive engine boiler near Corlett. west
of Cheyenne, and that several persona, In
cluding th railroad oompany, are at fault.
Th verdict differ greatly from that of
the board of Inquiry appointed by the rail
road compatiy to investigate the explosion,
and which waa composed of on cltlsen
and several officials of th 1'nlon Pacific.
This board of Inquiry found Engineer Clay
to blame for the accident. In that he did
not report the leaky condition of bis en
gine, a he should have done, but the
coroner's ory found that the company Is
to blame. In that the engine wa not prop
erly Inspected before going out on Its run.
This Is the second time that the railroad
company, with its board of Inquiry, a ma
jority of whose members are officials of
the company, haa anticipated the findings
of the coroner's Jury and rendered an en
tirely different verdict within the last two
Friend of the dead fireman say that suit
for heavy damages will be Instituted at
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA, CA.
Dr, Arthur S, Pearse
Goes to Philippines
Former Omaha. High School Professor
Resigns Position tt Ann Arbor
to Accept Chair at Manila.
ANN ARBOR. Mlrh.. March 27. (Special.)
The Board of Regents of the I'nlverslty
of Michigan ha accepted the resignation
of Dr. Arthur S. Pesree, assistant pro
fessor of soology, to take effect April 1.
Ir. Bchull, at present connected with Co
lumbia university, will fill the vacant place
for th present semester.
Dr. Pearse resiKns the Ann Arbor posi
tion to accept one with th fnlveisity of
th Philippines In Manila and expects to
sail from San Francisco for the fjeld of
his hew labors on April 6. The contract
which he recently signed is for two years,
but he states that his work there will un
doubtedly cover a longer period of time.
Both Dr. Pears and his wife, formerly
Miss Mary Iehmer, ar ex-Omahans. Dr.
Pearse was connected with th Omaha
High school from 1000 to 1W4. being head of
th biology department and commandant
i tt mi rk
lie a nai uuys
It is straight rye distilled four times
(ordinary whiskey not more than twice)
no blending, no imitation.
The companion of companions. Al
ways have a bottle in the house for
Ask for "Schenley," the purest rye
you can get.
Bottled In Bond. U. 8. Government stamp on every bottle
Schenley Distilling Company, Luscesco, Pa.
than a stylish,
becoming hat. But
there's a lot of differ
ence between a Belle
mont and the ordinary
hat. Hard to tell just
what makes it but go
to your hatter and try
on this Special Fit-Well
Derby, or this Welt
edge Pelt and you'll
see what we mean.
Mcxlel 1) Thirty-eiKht HorKo-powpr, Six-cylindor, Five-pm-hentfor
Touring ('ar. Price, 1,500.
This is the automobile motorists have been wailing
the first light weight, full-sizcil five passenger
"six." It is the ear that
mid take notice.
The manner in which
load in surprising.
GUY L, SMITH,
f the cadet corp. II was also manager
of athleths In th school during a part of
Decision on Oregon
Law May Be Left Over
Supreme Court May Not Pass on Con
stitutionality of ' Initiative
Until Next Year.
WASHINGTON. March ifl Pushed to the
rear by ths advancement and rehearing
of many federal cases. Including the dis
solution suits against the Standard Oil
and the tobacco corporations, tha Oregon
nse. Involving th constitutionality of
laws adopted by the Initiative and refer
endum method, may hot be passed upon 1
by the supreme court of the United States
until next year.
Only one munth remains In the present -
term for argument of cases and more than
seventy-flv cases must be considered be- , .
V. n..nn rn a a m-lll h reeoh L- . .4
Should It not be argued this term It will
he considered early next fall.
I SU Generation"
mo in mono
I ' T' i!isrm U
Note the label on the bottle
and be sure to order Schenley
Pure Rye at your dealer. 1
Hat & Mfr
hart made everyone stmxl up
the Model I) can get over the
2205 Farmm Mrce',
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