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Peeking Through a Knothole
STIEHM SUCCEEDS . EAGER
Ccacu of Xebruk Elected
THA3XS TOTED FOB SERVICES
.t lr lie Beard Acearde Eager Praia
far III Saecseefsl llaadllag ( -Sports
s Aaataa-t la
LlXtOLX March MtSoecial Tola.
irata.V-Aftw .fi J" of service a
athletic manager of tht University of J't
braska Earl O, Eager, familiarly knawn
al 'Io" Eaar, severed hit ronitacUoa
with Ika Coruhusker Institution at a
meeting of tin athletic board thla even,
lag. JCwald O- Stlehm. the ell-year coach,
wss sleeted aisnager ta fill tha vacancy
and alt official tltl will we manager and
Eager baa been moat successful aa a
manaaM-.' and after taking tha affalri In
rharga whta athletics wara faring a def
icit at fceoress ha managed not only
to pay (II tba deficit, but to boy a M
tM.o atnleUe field, and leevt a aurplua
In tha traaaury. A raMluUoa was adapt ad
thanking Bager for hta faithful aervtcaa.
Tba matter' of electing aa aaalataat to
Bilehm la tha butlnesa and at tha pyl
cat educational department waa put oyer
owing to oppoaltloa which ere to tha
plan. Tba name of Ouy Road, wall
known athlete, waa mentioned aad while
the 'hoard, waa favarabla to Read aon
objection arose over the matter of salary.
It propoaed ta pay htm (Ma a year.
Tha Btatter waa finally left to a committee
of 'thro eerwtstlng of OWen Prank, Dr.
Weff -aod Fred M.! Hunter, with full
power as art. Tha eomtnltte will tafca ac
tion neat Monday ta tha aateottoa at an
assistant ' t
Thre Ma Oet Letter.
Glhtan. Hamllek aad Hrde, tha three
backet ball men who V era denied "N't"
t tha meeting laat lght for failure ta
cemt ly with the rule rrnuihng part loi pa
tio In at iaaat a per; cent eCthe game,
were granted (he letter ipen apacltl
rejnMiineadatkiB, of tha committee. Tha
hoard awardedj silver basket balla to tha
tea me winning lattera wha were aa fol
ktwt: TapulB Prank, earner, Hyde,
Hanstlek, Hlltner. Hasten, Stryker, L'n
darwoad. Nail and Gibson. Tha haaa ball
matter waa left with tha building and
grounds commute to fix tha hoar for
It la understood that practice oa tha
air field all be an tod ta the
varsity. rrmaewcV as It la feared that
the od will bo damaged It everyon la
allowed to play. It coat tha athletic
board t hut spring to aod th grenade
and It doeo not oar to Incur thla ex
pose tbm year. ,.-',-
SENIOR H. S. GIRLS TRIM
--THE JUNIOR BASKET FIVE
"Th high school senior glrta' basket
hak quintet trimmed the Junior class five
lava lively praawoa exhibition, of the
flear spots at. the school, aymnaalum
yesterday Qfteraooa to the tuna -of ! to
X. Ht thortneea of the halvea being re
spaBaiMe for tha smallnesa of the acore.
Ttm Icterclaee floor eerie planned by
aUaa .Mary Herbert, aaalatant phyetoal
training. Inatruetor, . haa been postponed
saw I the week after the tprlng vacation
ported aa aoceunt of th examination,
which took, up the time of th student
th If week. , ;
CREIGHTON TO PLAY S. O.
l BASKET BALL FIVE FRIDAY
"The Oelghran unrreralty baakst ball
aaaa win piay what will probably be Itt
met contest of the season when It aweta
tha fir from Bsuta Omaha High eebeol
at th Toon Vea'a Chrkrrlan aaaodstlon
Friday evening. Thla game will be a pre
Irmmary t th Bret gam In th Inter
aut hUh eohoet esampleaehlp taoma-
merrt, which will be played Friday eve
log. . -t
' Vetera Csadwrtor Dead..
tAXKTOK. ft. March .-8pecil.
Conductor John Ireraoa. for forty-five
year a ticket puncher" for the Chicago
A Northwestern, la dead her at th age
of T years. Mr. Jraraoa took oat
train Tuesday as asual, bat died
deary la his rooms hers of heart trouble
earty Wednesday. Three d
sa eely tea, the mat named residing In
St, Paul, ars the ssrrtrlng rele Uvea, la
tersssat will ha at tha aid
Wreek Weetr Bars, Kaa.
BEATRtCK, Keb, March la-iBpartaD
A wreck occurred on the Rock Istsad
awar Bera. -Kaa-. yesterday afternoon.
which tied ap traffic for a few hoars.
Three hot! cars want into th ditch and
before the tram waa stopped the roadbed
waa considerably damaged. Th tracks
at evening and traffic
a usual. Joseph, the
Uttis aoa.sf Mr. aad Mrs. Robert 8taoo.
feu at aid home yesterday, breaking hi
Prad. BU t MeC eel.
PAIRMOMT. Xsey March M.-8pe-ctaJr-Pref.
W. C Kotl of Palrmoat
high, seheel, has resigned hie position
aa prtactpal aad science teacher to
eept the prlaeipsJahlp of the McCool pub
1M schaoU. Miss Jeaele Lowe waa pro
moted from the prats) on of
fill the vacancy. Tnle leaves vacancy hi
the, high school, la the pestUea of
TO PLAN BIGJNDOOR MET
Special Local Committee to Xeet at
Luncheon Bext Tuesday.
AFFADL IS SET FOR AP&H 27
ladleatleaa Are that Samaras
. XelshborUg laetttattoae Will
Brai . Hepreseatatlves to
Compete at Awdltorlam.
Tha tint annual Indoor meet to be held
at the Auditorium April 17 le giving
every indication of being aa Immenae eve
cess. Nest Tuetdsy noon the following young
men of Omaha will meet at luncheon w
form aa advisory committee to help pro
mote the tame. Quite a number of theee
young men were member of tha Omaha
Athletic eaaoclatkm, which promoted thte
affair during tha laat yean:
Ralph Van Ortdel, M. H. Caldwell,
4, w. towm,
M. O. Morehesd.
C. H. Mron.
A. R. Keellne.
J. it. Olllen,
N. P. Dedse.
C. II. Young.
A. U. Totter,
H. W. Tatee,
R. U Came,
Lieut, B. D. Hmlth,
i. N. Baldwin,
H. R. Italney,
K. I'. Orarf.
a M. ruww water,
V. H. Iteed.
John O. McKay, '
J. H. Richard ion,
1. T. Wachob.
A. C. Wagoner.
Condory Faints in;
Court Room' Before
Mrs. Cudahy Comes
LOS ANGELES, Mareh Jk-Morrla J.
Condory, charged with having attempted
to rob the Patadena home of Mra. Jack
Cudahy, fainted la tha oourt rooen today
and waa revived with dlffloulty. The
deputy preaeeuter, who waa elating the
eaaa to the court, had Juat concluded
the statement that phystdaae believed
Mra Cudahy, who charged Condory
with having entered her home, did not
reach the court room until after Condory
had been removed to the 111.
The raae will be continued tomorrow.
Condory's father hie aald hla son waa
grandees of tha late Count Chariot
Nasi of Copenhagen, Denmark, and hair
to aa .MO,ow aetata,
Delayed at Creston
CRE8T0N.. la., March mWspecial.r-
The rata agalnat the Vhenandoah men
Intereeted In the Swanaon Manufaoturing
eompany, which grew out of the removal
of tha company to Mereelllea, III., aad
which Involved IIM.MC, will not he tried
it this term of federal court sow In sat
aton aa waa expected. By agreement tht
i hat beta eonttnued an til the plaintiff
could take depositions In Illinois. Tht
will be ready tor trial torn time
during tht summer. It la thought, and a
epeclal term af court with a specially
called jury will convent to hear It.
'The cast of Charles P. Wilcox, relator,
agalnat the state of Iowa and Max Wltta,
superintendent of the Inaana hoapltal St
Cls rinds, waa dlam tawed. Thla waa tht
actios In which Mr. Wilcox, a New York
man, brought suit against tha elate and
th superintendent of insane at Clarlnda
for wrongfully detaining hi brother la
that Institution. '
Several of th bootleggers under ehargee
hers hare pleaded guilty and will be eea
tanred before th term cioees. The are
Anna, Baaatna of Seymour. London ptr-
klnt of Greenfield aad WllHam Buck of
Secretary Knox is
- - m Santo Domingo
SANTO DOMI.tcX). Republic of faa
Domingo. March M.-Secrstsry of State
Knox, who srHved here oa board tht
1'Btted Btatat cruiser Washington yes
terday from Venetuem, thla morning vis
it d a Bomber of the public boildlnga and
historical ruins, afterward maklnc
motor car tnp tt the Spanish forte. He
win lunch at tha United States legation.
wnere a rereptloa la to be held la hi
honor this afternoon, followed by a con-
BODY OF A. C. QUIER IS
BURIED AT, WEST LIBERTY
TOT LIBERTY, la.. March .-(( pe
dal.) The body of the late Arvlne C.
Qusrr, for many years one of West
Liberty's most influential crttsens, ar
rived la West Liberty this afternoon from
Chicago, where ha died, and waa Interred
la tha cemetery at West Liberty, where
hit wife Be burled.
Mr. Quier wat one of the character
who figured prominently la tha ander
groaad railway system daring the etril
Wax. He began hla work whan hut tt
yesrs of age-m leading fttsrtlv stares
to the Canadian border. He waa then a
rest dent of Mark eaonty, Ohio, sad had
many thrilling experiences In satwlttlag
alav owners la ail hla work ha waa
assisted by hit wits.
After toe war was over they settled ta
West Liberty, whers they lived until tht
death of his wife a few years ago. At
the time of hla death Mr. Quier was K
years of age.
at the Game of
BIG TOURHEYJN TONIGHT
Beit Fives of the Entire West to
Take Part in Keet
COLORADO TEAM ' IS BEATEN
Thla Adda the Satire West ta the
Schedale, aa tha Iowa Cham
plena Beat tha Port
Instead of a Missouri vslley Interecho.
lattte basket ball tournament, as aa
nouncsd by ths local promoters of tht
floor sport tarty this week, the big high
school meet which opens here this even
ing at the "T" association gymnasium
haa evolved Itself Into a contest for ths
basket supremacy of ths sntlrs west, and
will Include ths thrss stellar school fives
Of all the atates hetweea tht Mississippi
river and tha coast region.
Thla haa been made possible by tht
fact that the aneedy Ottumwa High echonl
quintet, which will be entered here, de
cisively trounced tha much-touted Port
Morgan High toxsers last evening at Ot
tumwa by a tcors of M to 11. Ths Fort
Morgsa squad- has already established
recognised tltl to the entire Rocky moun
tain region by trimming all Ihs premier
school teems of Colorado. Wyoming.
L'tth and Montana. Ottumwa haa the
clear claim to the Iowa honors as well
tt the Rockv mountain district; Kansas
City Central High school holds the leu-
rels of Missouri snd Kaneaa. and Omaha
represtnta the pick of Nebraska.
The meet here Is the first of Itt kind
ever held In the country and basket hall
followers of all states la th middle west
are planning t make.lt aa annual event
As local anthutlaatt have taken the In
itiative and started ths Idea ft Is prob
able that Omaha will be the place of
many other such contests In lha future.
Pint Qam Tsnlsht.
All It bow tn readiness for the tint
game of th aerlea, probaoiy between
Omaha and Kansas City, which will b
played at the "Y" thla evening. The via-
Itlng teama will both arrive today, th
Ottumwa lads In th afternoon and the
Kansas City Central High school squad
at 6: this evening. While here they
will be at tht Hntel Rome, where a ap.
del tulle of rooma haa Aetn reserved for
Tba schedule of gamss haa not yet been
definitely decided upon and will not he
until lata this afternoon, when the visit
ing faculty managers will consult with
C. C Reed, athletic director of tha Cap
itol Hill school. Director Reed has bees
assured, however, that the purple and
white quintet will be one of the contest
ante In the final gams Saturday sight.
Th tentative schedule It aa follows: Fri
day evening at t o'clock, Kansaa Cltv
against Omaha: Saturday afternoon at 1
o'clock. Ottumwa against Kansaa City;
Saturday night, Omaha agalnat Ottumwa,
Several good preliminaries have been
arranged. The Crelghtoa seniors and thi
University of Omaha Juniors will toss tht
baskets early Saturday afternoon and the
south Omaha High srhool aad Owtghtoo
vanity five of th Tri-Clty lea rue wll!
dash tomorrow night
The much mooted "dribble" playing,
which bat been somewhat Inactive her
all aeeaon. wtll he much IB evidence, as
both the Ottumwa and ths Kansas City
flippers ars said to be experts In this de
partment of tha game. Ottumwa Is also
strong oa double paste snd team work.
Th locals held their final scrimmage
yesterday afternoon, when the reu!ar
five went through a short preliminary
practice with a picked team from th
class quintets. Every led on the squad
Is la excellent ooadlllon sad hv observiag
strict rules of training. .. .
The following Hat of players who will
represent Omaha la the tourney has bees
announced by Coach Juy Clark and mdl
ehidee: Beryl Crorker. captain and left
forward: Vergil Rector, renter; Mark
Hughee, right forward: Leslie Burken-
road. left guard: James Gardner, right
guard: Sidney Meyer, aubetltute forward.
and Clarence- Shery, substitute Center,
Two or three other Isds from the senior
cisss tueeert will be reserved If needed
in any of the context.
POGGENBURG LOSES AGAIN
IN PARIS BILLIARD MEET
PARIS. March a.-Perdlnand Poggca
burg. the American champion, lost an
other game here today tn the Interna
tional billiard tournament for the cham
pionship of the world. Ha was defeated
by Artua. the French player. -KU to 7.
Artua continues to lead the contestants,
having won Ova games and aoat one.
Mortimer, another French Player, la sec
ond with four games woa aad one lost
Poggenburg It seventh la the list, having
woa two garnet and lut three.
Tea eaa say goodbye to const! pa tloa
wrth a dear conscience tf yoa aaa Cham
berlain a Tablets. Many hate bea per
manently cured by their use. For tale by
GOVE&NOB WHO IS WILLING TO
BOOST ATHLETICS. -
Otvarnor Eugene N. Pes of Msstachu-
tsua, whs has mads a ptswoaal appeal to
the people . of bit state to contribute to
th Olymplo fond, which will defray th
txpenaea of the Ameriraa team that will
be sent to Stockholm thla summer. Gov
ernor Pots baa appointed Henry Horn
blower, a prominent banker of Boston, to
receive subscriptions. Oovemor post ssys:
I trust that Now England wilL aa usual.
do Itt share promptly and cheerfully In
aiding tha young men who are to uphold
the athletic prestlg of the United
States." , . . . . -
Water Covers Park
and Stops Practice
J0PL1N. Mo., March Special Tele
gram.) Onca more tha itanger entourage
haa been balked In Jta plant by tht rain
god. Miners' park being below sea level,
la soused to the gatea again as a result
of rain that has fallen for the last eigh
teen hours ...
Manager Arhocast took the hoys oa a
long hike thla afternoon.
Nothing la on tap for the remainder of
tht week-excepting practice games sad
even the will have Jo. be called ptf If
the weather does not moderate.
BANCROFT GIVEN , DIVORCE -AFTER
WILMlNOTOrJ. - rrl.. March' :-In
decree declaring .the infant known- sa
"Mas Helbler. Jr.,'' .not the child of John
Bancroft. Jr..' the superior court of New
castle county,. tody. gtaated Bancroft -a
divorce from Madeline lie Pont Bancroft.
Ths fsanlKe trth .couple are among
the meet Prominent la ths state aad th
charge mad th coartectloa with th cast
were of a sensational .nature.
Th Inf Jnt wanted was made a co
defendant with .Mrs. Bancroft by her
husband Snd was gjveri the same of Max
Helbler. Jr. h Bancroft in his appllca
tloa for divorce, i - . . - 4. '
Th huahaad twa-wraptd custody of
the couple's .4an-ld aba.'.;,"-
McCOOK'.. .., March .-Speclal)-Mrs,
Jacob Leernitner -of Coleman pre
cinct this eourtjf. died carry Wednes
day moralng, and, eh was of ths eas-tjr
settlers of this part of Red Willow
county. She Was past eighty. years of
age. deceased ts sarvlvtd by her aged
husband, tws daughters snd one a
Interment will; be amd In ZKm 1UII
cemetery, this-county, . Friday morning.
Mrs. Carsits paraa.
Mrs. Caroline W. Fayme. aged a years.
wife of E. C. Fayme, aa employe of the
Great Western Insurance company, died
last night at her home, Sa Pierce street.
She la survived by a husband and four
STANTON'. Neb.. March &- Special.)
-Charles Bloee of this - dty died -last
night after aa Ureses of several moatfas.
Hs leaves a widow.
Stimulate your hualoeaa by advertising
tn The Eee the Dcvnpaper that reaches
all of th buyers.
SEEKING FORJMK : HORSE
BooscTclt Ken Preparing to Throrw-
Support to Sew Candidate.
EFFORT TO BEFOG THE ISSUES
Frsatdeat Taft gtaeelvlag Hast . at
Msaaauxes Telllag Him wf His
' Strength aad Seatlmeat
ta Bis Favor.
(From a Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON, March S.-(8peclal Tel-
tgram.) Prom shurcee dote to Colonel
Roosevelt Information comet that tht
followers of ' tht ex-president, realixlag
that they will be "beaten to a fraxxls"
Ions before th Chicago convention comes
around, will shortly turn their machinery
of agitation toward th- grooming of a
'dark horse" for ths republican nomina
'Give us a new man and harmony,"
will be the battle cry of the Roosevelt
class from now on snd they will play, tt
tor all It Is worth with ths hope of mak
ing such progress la their efforts that
when the convention meets there will e
a serious disposition to shelve both Taft
and .Roosevelt for acme one whs oaa
unite, the warring factlona for the fwht
agalnat tha common tntmy In November
' Seek to Ksa barraas Taft.
Associate Justice Hughes1 same la moat
largely beard In the discussion -of a com
promise csndidsie. uut thfle ' using it
know that hs will not permit th use
ST hit 'name to' b -hrotf ht asalnst Mr.
Talt,' -whs appointed htor tw tbe bench.
All this la Intended to muddy the watera
sa ths part of tht Roosevelt to roes who
bava betomt desperate since Nsw Tork
and Indiana spoke In no uncertain toaee
yesterday. And th cry of "fraud" and
-robberre" "double dealing." "chicanery"
and other choice words Is to be kept up
until tha Chicago convention t mak that
tttuattoa tense aad aa embarrassing for
too president at possible. -
Mr. Taft M understood to - nana oeea
Informed as to the pleat of "T. R- s" ad
herents, but ht refuses to be disturbed
over th prospects. Why should ha be
disturbed t Tales rams by scores are
reaching ths whits House dslly telling
Iht president of the change la sentiment
going on throughout ths country a no
tba Inevitable drift at publlo opinion to
ward him. Indeed to universal are these
messages of a growing popular with that
ha may bring confusion to his enemies
that ha would be a grsven Image Indeed
who would fall to read the ttgna of a
Roosevelt dissolution long before tht Met
ot June. " .
Lard Lores Cleed Loser. ,
As a straw Indicating the change of
sentiment going on over the country k
member of th house who has been a
strong Roosevelt sympathiser and. sup
porter' said today that "T. R. had 'an Ir
reverent sentiment often quoted that
The Lord hates a quitter,' but that T. R.
had also a companion seatlmeat that
should go with It, -The Lord loves a good
loaer.' . : . . .
"If Roosevelt does "not stop whining I
will . believe that he has not the bigs
mcral courage he. has often admitted
himself that he uusateaea. Hit eve rl sat
ing complaining and fault-finding will
drive thousands ot his sdralrert away
from him In my Judgment Th good
loser It much admired among men and
many bavt madt splendid reputations tn
Calais Ceatrel la Iowa.
Advices from Iowa to Director McKla
Iry ot the Taft national bo res today
stats that President Taft will secure the
four delegates-at-large from thst stste.
Soott county, the largest oounty la th
Second congressional disrlct, yesterday
went for PresldaBt Taft by a vote of thre
to one. It has thirty-flve votes tn the
stste sad district conventions. In view of
the artloa of Scott county, th president
ts practically assured of th two delegate
from th Second district and control ef
the stats convention. Scott county has
-been for years a -Cummins stronghold.
Up to ths present Tsft hss tight dels
satea from Iowa and Cummlna two. Oa
April M the Hate conventloa wiH behem
and oa the tame day the remaining all
congressional districts will select then
COLOEL HEX STP.OXG WOMOS
Says He May Have Sssaethlaa; ta
Par After Ceaveatiea.
CHICAGO. March J8.-Colonel Roose
velt's most stinging campaign speech thus
tar waa delivered hers tonight- Hs
lashed his opponents with sharp, biting
sentence and charged some of them with
using fraud and trickery to defeat him.
Colonel Roosevelt said It was a fighting
speech. It waa delivered before a throng
which packed the Auditorium and cheered
Colonel Roosevelt turned sstde from hat
prepared speech tram time to time, la
one of these salliee he ffiscuseed the
statement of his opponents thst. as
hopes to be dictator.
"There la aot much danger to the peo
ple," he said, "from a man who can do.
nothing udlcss'ht can persuade them that
for The Bee by
what he wants la right I am going to
malt one remark I have often been
tamoted to make, but never have before.
Occasionally my gloomy foes have aald
that I wanted to be king. I wanted to
answer that tbey did not know kings and
I did. I like tht klngt I have met but 1
don't want to be one, because the tunc
lion of those kings, expressed In the
terms of democracy, would be the posi
tion of vice president for life with the
leadership of the TO thrown in. i mm
there are other Jobs that a full-tlxed men
would prefer." ' '
Objects t Methods.
Colonel Roosevelt said that In many
parts of th country the opposition ws
counting for success on "methods which
I can only characterise aa Infamous
He asserted that President Taft had com
mttted himself to the doctr1 v0f the rule
ot ths people hy a "representative part of
the people," .
Colonel Roosevelt then .turned to the
primary election In New York yesterday
to substantiate bit charges. He referred
to Samuel Koenlg, chairman of the New
Tork county republican coromltte. as a
figurehead" and said h wss "simply
dolnk ths bidding ot the stronger men
behind him. some ot those stronger men
appearing In tht oped and others being
ths big sinister figures thst sr Hover
seen In tht light of day." "
"Before the election took piece." the
tpesker continued, "I denounced It si a
criminal farce, because under the wicked
law which had been thrust upon New
Tork by the mschlnee of tht two parties
Mr. Koenlg had been given the right to
same all the inspeatort al the prljnety
election. In tht county tlectlont of New
Tork, and had, already used that right
to throw 'out over a hundred' Inspectors
simply because It waa known that they
'were, supporting tils Roosevelt ticket
Every Inspector kept wss sit anti-Roosevelt
roan. . . .
"Whet was done, in New York i, ,ub.
ttanllally what was done ip Indiana and
In Colorado. , Against all the money, all
the patronage, all the. efforts of Iht
Keeling machine la Indiana, with nothing
but the plain people of the stat to rely
upon, we carried the atate convention
handsomely, and then by fraudulent ac
tion which can only be called brutal In its
utter defiance of decency, nearly two
hundred delegates were thrown out and
ths Will ' ot ths people reversed.
"The asm thing waa done In Colorado
by ths Ouggenhtlm-Kvsns mschlne. Out
sld ot Denver In spit of every species
of attempted trickery and foul play, we
cameo a majority of the delegates, but
we were beaten by the most outrageous
methods tn Denver Itself by ths Ouggcn-helm-Evant
"In Missouri we have overwhelmingly
carried three districts snd yet In each
district a bolting convention hss been or
ganised, a conventloa which can aot pre
tend to represent a tenth part ot tht
voters of ths republican party,, but which
Is to be tent to the Chicago national con
vention in toe .hop laat tha .same tat
tle will bs tried there that wer tried
In New York and la Denver and In In.
TEACHERS MEET AT KEARNEY
TO HEAR NOTED LECTURERS
. KEARNEY, Neb. March 21. -(Special
Telegram.) One hundred and fifty teach
ers were registered for the beginning ot
the meetings ef the West Central Nt
brsska Teachers' association thla morn
ing. Ths principal speakers oa the pro
gram today were H. E. Bradford of th
Kearney schools and C. B. Manuel of the
State Industrial school, while Dr. Chauie
cey P. Colgrove ot the Iowa Stats Teach
ers' collage at Cedar Falls. la., gave Ms
lector,' ''Sand. Sympathy and Benee." at
the general aad open meeting In the
The Stats Normal school faculty gave
a reception following ths afternoon pro
gram, to which practically all the visiting
THREE BOYS MAKE ESCAPE
FROM KEARNEY SCHOOL
KEARNEY. Xeb.. Msrch x. -(Special.)
Walking out of ths tailor shop In broad
daylight whan under tha car of a new
foreman, a man with twelve rears ex
perience In Iowa penal lnstltutiona, three
Industrial school bays, Elmer Allen. 17:
Neil Lindsay. Jt and Harry Sharron, 17,
mad their "getaway" at 4 e'eiock this
afternoon. Tha foreman missed them,
according to his statement and th per
iod -of tnn between when be saw them
last and notification ot th superintend
ent that they were out waa but five mla
atea, yet helutly a trace of the boy
could be faand.
Key ta the Situation Bee Advertising.
A Leon Hat means a
dollar in your pocket
Famous Lucia Sextet .
Beautifully Sung by
an "All-Star" Cast
The rendition of the great "Sextet from
Lucia' by Tetrasxlnl, Caruso, Amnio,
Joumet Jacoby. and Bada, can naturally
be supposed to be about the finest rendi
tion of thla. magnificent ensemble it tt
possibls to hear. Such a talented group
of artiste haa rarely. If ever, sung to
gether, and the 'appearance'" of this 'all;
star cast" In the lift of new Ictor rec
ords for April Is quite an Important mu
sical event , It Is an exquisitely beautiful
record one that , mere words are Inade
quate to describe. Tills record is. ot
course the big "besdllner." but it Is only
ons of the many supurb .numbers con
tributed by tha world's greatest artists
Caruso also tings solos In three different,
lauguagea a charming ' ballad, "Love
Is Mine." In English; a lovely air In
French from Massenet's Manon; and an
amusing Neapolitan song given with
marked jollity and abandon.
The two German numbers ot Johanna
Gadekl are unusually fine example of
the . perfect recording of ' th ' soprano's
Although ths "Count of Luxembourg"
hss never been presented In America, the
Victor Light Opera company, offers a
splendid collection ot gems from this
tuneful operetta which Is sure to make
the biggest kind of A hit. ......
- Why II Was Late.
'What made you to- lste?"
1 mtt Smlthson."
"Weil, thst Is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting noma
to aupper." ,
"I know, 'but I asked ' him how its
waa feeling, and he Insisted on telling
me about hit stomach trouble."' ' '
"Did you tell him to take Chamber
lain's Tablets?" -
'Sfure, that It what be needs." Sold
by all dealers. '
Obi River le ralllag.- " . -
CINCINNATI, O.-. March xl-Afler re
matnlng tutlontry -at Kl feet .practic
ally all day yesterday-. - the Ohio river
began falling her today.
TeII How to Relieve .Kidney
and Bladder Trouble, GirM a
Prescription Which Ts Easily
Prepared at Home and Is Said
to Give Permanent Relief to
Every Sufferer Who Will Try
the Mixture Forces Kidneys
to Filter Out the Germs.,
Here ts a prescription' trhleh should
ba valued hy all who ara subject to
rheumatism, stomach, kidney aad. blad
der ' trouble.-, and especially catarrh.
Who ths Utter It eald by most puffer
en an Isountblt dlvaae. there ara few
men or women who will fail to experi
ence great relief from the following sim
ple home prescription, snd If taken la
Urns should prevent aa attack of catarrh,
during the entire season. . Anyone -can
mix th following: Fiukt Extract Juniper
Berries, one ounce: Compound Fmld
Balmwert one ounce; Compound Syrup
of Hypophoephitet, fow ounce. Shall
well In a bottle and use In tessaaoafal
doses before each meal and again- at
bed time. Get theee Ingredient a ,fram
any pharmacist whom you know handjst
only pure drugs. This prescription, act
directly upon ths cumulative tissues, .at
ihs kidneys t mak them tiller aad atraia
from the blood the poisons .that produce
sll forms of catarrhs) affections. Relief
Is often felt eves after the first few
doses, and It ts seldom that th sufferer
tear experience a return attack wllhls
the Year. , ,
Thla . prescription makes' a " splendid
remedy for all forma ot blood disorders
aad such tymptomt as lame hack, blad
der weakness and rheumatism pains art
At thla valasble. yet simple recipe,
comet from a thoroughly reliable source.
It should ba heeded by every nadir whs
suffers from catarrh. - "
The above prescription la maamfaetured
by the well known pharmaceutical boose.
PTtacrlpttoa Products Co.. Daytea, Ohio.
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