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ROURKES AGAIN DEFEATED
St Joseph Buncbet itt Hitt ind
Wins, Six to Two.
BOTH TEAMS PUNISH PITCHERS
lath Seeas Itrrflm Hlla Wall
wtltlaaj Cola Two-Sagger
i Threw Sacrifice Hlta
Tft Stalea Bases.
ST. JOSEPH. Ha. April M.-Ths St
Joseph playsrs bunched their hlu today
ana defeated Omaha for tha fourth eon
eecvtlYO time, ta 1 Soar:
At. K. H.
Vul,t-A.. t 4 A I
Corl. rf I
Thomancia. cf I
Kane, lb . 4
a. anion, lb I
Klehoff, lb 4
Justice, at... 4
Arbogast, e 4
Rhodes, p 1
a i i m
AH. H. 11 O.
Kelly. t I 1
Powell. If............ 4 114
Watnon, rf ... 4 t I I
Zwllllng, ef......... 114
Sortoa, lb 1114
Roth, lb , 4 1 t 1
Weinke aa 411
Castle, c... 4 I
Cbellette. B 4 1 t
Betted for Rhodes In tha ninth.
Omaha 4 4 1 1 4 -J
at Joseph I I M I I I I M
Three-bsss hit: Roth. Two-base hit:
twilling. Sesrifo hlu: Powell, David
mn, Scanton. Stolen bases: Powell.
Wsteon. Struck out: Br Chellette, ;
br Rhode. 4. Bae a ball: Oil Chel
lette. 1; aft Rhode. I. Hit br pitched
ball: Br Chellette (Tbomeeon, J). Hlu:
Oft Heern, 1 III ona Innlnf. none out
In aaonnil. Left on baacs: OmaJie.
St. Joseph, k Tlma: 1:4a. Umpire:
LMCOl.Jf AT LAST TAKES CAME
044 (mra Made la ft lath laalaa
LINCOLN. April .-UBoola finallr
broka Into lha "won" column whn It cap
lur4 todajr a iuii from Wichita by a
arora of I .to L llaarman pitched a
haadjr iuh.' allowtruf tha trlaltora but
thraa hlta. Haricha wn atronc la U
plnchaa. and it aa only two arrora that
aarmlltad Lincoln ta aoori tba wlaalac
Ab. It H. O.
... 4 1
... 4 1
... I I
1.4 IT 17 1
AM. H. H. O. A.
1 Crala If ,
! alivl. rt
i Ktwrnar. lb....
; Clalra. fb
; HiiMhea. ..,
; Clemftna, c
; Total. ....i...n i t a i
Twa nut when wlnnlnv ran MMri
Utx-oln 14444 1-1
V ichll. 4 1 4 4 4 4 b 1
Douala ptar: Midriletna to Maa. Ift
an baaaa: Unroln. 7; v Ichlta. t ftulen
baaa; Mea aarrtnea hlta: Dwrar. Mid
diatuB. Koarner. Struck out: By llacer
maa, 4: by Harache, I. Haaaa on ball.:
tXf Hacamaa. I: off Hararha, 1 Hit by
Pitched ball: By Haaarmaa, L Tlma:
1:44. frnptra: HaakaiC
Eourke Family Will
Tha Omaha ball team will arrive noma
room St Joaapa early thl morning,
where they took the abort and af a tottr
Sma atrlea with tha Joalea. Tha Da.
Mottve. team, with Torn Palrwaathar and
Prank labeU. will alao am re thl mom
Inf. aa4 la tha afternoon both team will
caaa nt Rourk para.
Tha Roortuw aaaw ba away from
nam for aifht saima an4 will bern as
altMlay May at Iwwm. Paw gamaa
wui be nteyat with tha Hopafula. and
than tha St Joaepk taaa will am for a
foar-aama aarlaa. Followlni tha eight
day at home tha Rourk ee will Ko away
for four camaa, and than return for alx
teaa cantea. Today Saaup will be:
Bellevue Will Meet
BallaaW track team wUl eater a dual
aaaat with Kebraaka Waaleyaa at Uneola
aaxt Toaaday. Juddnc by tha racordt
mad. br Uh Hatnodlata la tba Doane
Met BeUeru ahould bar a trouble ta
takta ta ataat by a ood aoara. nnleae
Pnaiaaa. wba took tavdtrtdual noaar la
tba hMarckwtt meat, In eampallad to be
. nbmit Ha haa been offered a tamptliut
; BoaUloa aad la trylna; to laara achool ta
apite af tha frmaied afforta of tha traek
t ewthaataata to aaa aim. Tb track meet
wu be PuUed off ta tba naoralnc aod a
aafl came batwaaa la aaaae laatltutiaau
f la ta
Ear ta th Situation Be Adrenlslos.
Into the Grandstand
taw ' BmkM
Bellevue cava tha Cotner unlveralty
team tha .mall and of a l-l acora Mon
day afternoon. P. Quackanbuah pltohed
airtight ball, atrtklng out Hi of tha
vlattur and allowing but ona hit, while
tha locala gathered attht aaf ona off
Shagool, tha Cotner twlrler. Including a
tbreebagger and thraa twabagger by B,
iduackanbuah. fiallerua aoored on In tha
third, fifth and eighth, on hlta. Not a
Cotnar man. ranched third until tha laat
half of th ninth, when the vl.ltora filled
tha baaea, with nona out, and aquaaxed
thalr two run over tha plaltar on tacri
ne hit. Quackenbuah whiffed th laat
man. Cotnar bad a ctuuic to ecore la
th alxth, with two m.n on baaa and ona
out, but hit Into a double play, retiring
th aid. Captain Powlar of Bellevue
waa out of tha lineup and llonderaon. a
new man at th flrat eack. covered th
position welt. Bellevue will atart next
Monday on th trip around th oolleg
Ohman Center ........
Thre-baee hlta: Htnnkev.
hlla: H. guarkenbueh (J). Htolen bane.
Bellevue. 4; Cotnar. 1. Hit b nltehnt
ball: guackenbu.h. Beae. an ball: Off
Ouackenbueh. 4; off Mliagool, I. Umplia:
wenew. jime Ui gam: t.ai.
Tigers and Cubs
, Lead in Tourney
P. w 1.
ha . 1 1
Ulaata , 11
Tha Tiger aquad won tha aecond gam
of tha High achool freahment girl' aprlng
Indoor baaa ball tourney by taking a
eloaa four-Inning eon tee t from tha In-
vincible team to tha tuna of J ta 4 at tha
achool gytnnaalum thti morning. ., Thl
Ilea tha Cub and th Tiger fur flrat
plao la th aarlaa, tha deciding gam
of which will be played oft Thuraday
knoralng. Tha Olanu and Invincible.
will moat la a conaolallaa oonUet Friday.
Sumaiary of thl morning' gnm:
Tiger I 1 1 T
lnvlnclMe 1 4 .
TOURNEY AT CREIGHTON
Th conclualon of tha aecond round In
tha Tannla tournament now being held
nt Crelghton unlv.ralty, ahow. th win
ner to b Ihoa who hav been touted
all along aa varally men. Adama, Buah
man, Duffy and Smyth, all won their
match with eaaa, whll Peatnar blda
fair to maka any ona of lha four work
hard for a place. Tha but four men
In th tourney will aomprta tha varally
team, which mart Nrbraaka Weeleyan
on tha Craurhton court neit Saturday
afternoon. Tha rwuH In th aecond
C. Hann beat TVutdale. 4-1.4-1.
Edward Kmyth beat Walfer. - 4-L
Adama beat Macaulay, default
Peatnar beat Lenta, -. -l
Buahman beat Conroy, 4-4. 4-a.
O. Duffy beat U Riley. -i 4-t
CREIGHTON SENIORS HIT
HARD BY THIRD HIGH
The Crelghton Senior received a aevere
walloping at the hand of th Third
High deea on Crelghtoa field Monday
afternooa thereby dropping from flrat
Place la tha tuter-claa league. Third
High pounded Ruaaum hard and coupled
with numerou error plied up a total of
IS rune. Magulr of Third High waa hit
for ten hit, two of them being aurcee
alve tour-bag awata by Miller and Rua
aum. Tha victory leave. Thirl High In
the lead with thro atralght win. Tha
Senior .. 1 M II I I 1 1-1
Third High 4 I I I 4 4 -li
Ralteriee: Senior. Ruaaum, Riley and
Mllller; Third High, Magulre and Kranna
ST. PAFU April St. After the aecond
Inning Inrilanapolla poanded Pauua at
will in today a gam and beat th locala.
H to I. The batting of Woodruff and
Wiliiama featured. Score:
XDIAHAFUU. (T. PAIL.
AB.H O.A I B H O A I
Weefen. lit I I I ailler. rt... I I
O-Uearp ee . I I IHrnaea. cf. I I
Oaetuer. cf.. III! aHueeet H , I I I 1 1
Mauer. la.. I I I I Mc4 rae. 1 I a
u"i'r. K.UII eaeirn. le.. 41(1
frk. I 1 aitooeetaa. Ill 1 I I I
mi. n a 1 t; la.... 4 e 1 4 1
wntlejae. l III iim, ... 4 t 1
Men. 1 1 I enaeai, a 1 1 1 4 1
Tatata..'... U V U 1 Tw.M illrlul
IndiananoUa I I I I I I I I a-1
St Paul iletll
Two-baa hlta: Wllllama Clark. Aut
rey. Three-baae hit: Weeieriil. Sacri
fice hlta: O Leery, Weteraii Stolen
heeee: Weodruff, Oa.nler. Hoffman.
Goodman. Hunter, Mct'arthr. IuMe
playa: Gagnler to Hunter; alcCarthy to
Hunter. Left on baaea: lr.ianapolla I;
St Paul. 7. Plret on error : Off Indlaa
apolle. I: off St. Paul. L Baare hall..
(iff lama : off Mn, I hit by pitched
ball: McCarthy. (trwk out: By Deun
4: by Mera. 4. Paaeed ball: Clarke. Wild
pttcn: Ieuae. Tinat: la. I'mplrea:
lleyee and Ererln.
Weatern Leagua-Peat Molnea at
Omaha, Wichita at Denver. Uneola at
Topefca. Stoux City at St. Joaeph,
National LeejTua Brooklyn at Ronton.
Philadelphia at New York, Cttteago at
Pltteburflt. ClnclnBatl at M. Ixniia.
American Leagu. Boeion at Waahlng
ton. New York at Philadelphia.
American Aaeactatlon Columbua at Mil
wauka. Indiana poll, at Ht Paul. Louie,
villa at MlnoeaooUe, Tote at Kanaaa
THE BEE: OMAHA. "WEDNESDAY,- MAT
COBB SCORESJN THE TENTH
Kicks Ball Sliding to Third and Gets
Home With Eon.
TIGE&S DEFEAT WHITE SOCKS
Poor tm Three la Final Reanlt af
taaae l.erd la Beached In
blath for Kicking an
DETROIT, April M-Dctrolt won a
ten-lnnlng gam from Chicago today, 4
to t Cobb alnglad In tha tenth with one
out and went to third on Crawford hit
to ranter. Aa Cobb alld Into third, he
kicked tha ball, which waa lying In front
of TannehUl, and It rolled to th gTand
ttand, allowing him to acora th win.
nlng run. Lord was benched In th alxth
tor kicking on a decision. Score:
AH H O A AB H 0 A I.
Satk. M.. t(
lr. M I I
VIM, K 4
Taaaehlll. Ik I
Cllalua II. Ill
Mia. el ill
'ulna, ., lit
te'eka. r 4 1
KTwIera, rf. I I
lllalaor, lb... 4 1
tIMda. lb.. I I
M, lb... 4 IT
Weaver, aa... 41
Buaaee. a... I I
Blurt, a 4 I I
Marl4ee. a. I I 4
Wllteu, p... 4 I
aaiaa. ..,. 1 .
Total! M nil I
Mn out when winning run acored.
'Hatted for Mogrldga In eighth.
tMroH 1 e u 0 1 1 14
Chicago I 1 I t 1 t I I I 0 I
Hlla: Off Mogrldg. I In aeven Innlnaa:
arr- ljafige, S In on Inning: off Walah. 4
in two innlnge. Two-baee bit: liuah.
Bodle. Struck out: By Wlllett. I: by
Mogridge. 1: by Walah, 1. Baaea on
halla! tiff Wlllett, I; off Mngrldge. I.
Iioubl playa: Weaver to Ruth to Zetder.
flrat on arrora: Detroit, 1; Chicago, S.
I .eft en hanea: Detroit. 7: Chicago, a.
lilt by Dltchad ball: By Wlllett. Weaver.
Hacrlflc fly: Delehanty. Sacrifice hit.
Colllna: Stolen baaea: Callahan, Zetder.
Time; I S8. Umpire: Dineen and Per
rin. PRELIMINARY WORKOUTS
, SCHEDULE FOR TODAY
A preliminary track meet for th claai
team which will compel In fh annual
Interclae meet of the Omaha High
achool echeduled for Saturday at
Crelghton field, will be held at 4 o'clock
ttil afternoon at th achool campua.
About forty-fir lad hav algned op for
th affair. It L. Cam, auperlntendrnt of
grad achool athletic, will be In charge.
Member of th faculty athletic board
of control ahve organised the four claaa
aquada and will (upervle tne tryoul of
th entranta Thoae who will aaalat Mr.
Carna In running off th event will be
C. E. Reed, athletle director, and th
following faculty elaaa upervleora: Prof.
J. P. Woolery. enlora: Prof. Nathan
Bernceteln. Junior: txlward E. McMlll.
Ian, aophomorea, and E. H. Orchard,
Tha following Hat of arent will be
held: 100-yard dash, zW-yard daah, 444V
yard daah. half mil run, mile run, pole
vault, running hlg jump, running broad
lump, ehot put, hammer throw, dlacua
throw, 116-yard high hurdle, m-yard low
hurdle and half mile relay.
BELLEVUE IS BOOKED
FOR TWO BALL GAMES
Thuraday afternooa the Bellevue team
will meet the Fourth infantry nine from
Fort Crook, and Saturday will meet the
Shamrock team. Game will be called at
City Fixes Value
of the Church Lot
Appraiaement of the North Presby
terian church property, to he ueed for
tba Boulevard at Nineteenth and Ohio
atreeta, waa approved by th city council
la committee of the whole yesterday
afternoon. Tb appraiaement fixe th
value at K4M.
Rome Miller answered objection of
several widow, by promising the city
council ha would pay the tax of every
widow In the aaar.aed district Thoae
who were present to object to their as
sessment were: Mrs. Marie Englund.
Mrs. Margaret Mortality, Mra. Jane &
Train. Mrs. Hanna Pox. Mm. Betty
Oschmbaln. Mrs. Ellen Ttmony and Mra.
Report of th appraiser, placing the
value of the property appropriated or
damaged by the proposed boulevard from
Oraad avenue to Carter lake, aa exteo
nlon of th Plorenoe boulevard and giv
ing aa outlet to Carter lake, waa ale
approved. The value fixed on this was
Oeorga Barker appeared to object to
hi anaaaamnnt which, be asld. was con
fiscatory. Rom Miller, president of th
park board, said. In his opinion. Mr.
Barker a property had bees appraised at
a Just figure.
Copyright. ISO, National Now Am" a.
lavender Driven from Box; Brown
Touched for Heeded Bon.
CUBS BUS YT5 FIRST IMING
Each Trana Play Lwoae Ball aad Ke
aalt of Coatewt la Sevea ta Plea
Beacher Drlvea Oat Hoaa
CHICAOO. April Cincinnati atarted
a batting rally rn tha eighth Inning after
two man ware out, driving Lavender
from th mound after tying the acora. and
then hitting Brown lately for a run,
which put them In the lead. Each team
played loos balL Score
AH . H O A S
Iberbant, If. I I I Reenter,
If.. 4 1 I 4
Tinier 4 I I
Hnfnaa. !.. I I 1
Zlei'aun. lb 4 I II
Kn. ... 4 11
Lenaoa. lb. . I
Ar,hr. c... 4 t
iweH. a- t
Brown, n. ... I .
Halea. cf.... t 1 1
I Hobmiel, III I I 1 I
OMii.a.ll. rf. 4 J 1
I (:. lb ... I I I I 1
4 n eman. it, I I I I 1
1 .CaaMea, aa 4 111
lMctnaa, a... 4111
I latigaa, p.,... 4 111
Tatali II I 17 II 4
Totals It 11 n 11 I
!iatted tor Brown In ninth.
Chicago 1 1 0 1 1 4 0 0 44
Cincinnati I 0 0 I 1-7
Two-base hits: Bates, phelan, Beerher.
Home run: Beacher. Hits: Off Lavender,
7 In aeven and two-thlide innings; off
Brown, i In tmo and a third Innings. Sao
rlfico hlta: Lennox. Hofman. Stflen
baaea: Schulte, Hheckarri. Double play:
Esmond to fcsan to Hoblllsel. Bsae on
bulla: Off Lavender. 1 Struck out: By
lavender, 4. Time; 1:30, Umpires; John
alone and Kaaon.
Russian Off icials
Blamed for Suicides
of School Children
ST. PETERSBURG. April 3.-'Ther
before you alt the murderera of our chll.
dren!" exclaimed Paul N. Mllukoft,
leader of the constitutional democrats.
In a speech In the Duma today dealing
with the large number of aulcldca among
school children. He emphasised tha ac
cusation by pointing to the ministerial
benches on which Hie minister of public
Instruction and the chllef under aeontary
were seated. Prof. Mllukoff waa sus
pended for five sittings for his remark.
He repeated tha accusation and his term
or suspension waa doubled.
The suicides In Russia each year far
outnumber those In any other country
and St Petersburg holds the unenviable
record for aelf-destructlon. There ar
tha "Frlerds of Death." which have as
their object "self destruction for sport"
The number of children who make
away wllh themselves Is amastng. In
1S3C pupils of th Russian high schools
to the number of 144 took their own Uvea.
A hundred others msde attempts without
In 1901 there were 1 432 suicides In St.
Petersburg alone. Of this number IS
were children between the ages of 11 and
17. The two following years showed no
aulride clubs and organisations such aa
decrease In the suicide wave and aelf
drstructloit haa been carried out In an
Increasing degree during the last three
On one night In March of this year.
twenU-fiv persona committed suicide.
Several of these were achool boys.
Young Man Captured
After Long Chase
WATERLOO, la.. April - Special
Telegram r-Arthur Qualntance. alias A.
Arthur, sccused of many forgeries, was
captured In Montana and returned to
Waterloo today where h will answer
some of the charges mads against him.
He Is X years old and during a six
weeks' stay in Waterloo, secured over
11.000. He waa married In this city
snd his bride Is stranded in Olendtve.
Dyaaaaite t'harare Preferred.
CRESTON, la-. April ML-Spectal.)
The Taylor county grand Jury hut week
returned aa Indictment against Thomas
Maxwell. Jr, charging him with placing
explosives near the opera house at Bed
ford with Intent to blow up the building
Maxwell, who waa recently arrested in
St Joseph, made a eonfeaatoa to tha po
lice officer there 1n which ha stated be
waa hired to destroy the opera house by
a Bedford party who la an enemy of Mr.
Clarke, the owner of the building. Max
well now branda that confession aa a
i fake, claiming It waa extorted from him
by the third degree.
A Sodden Cwllapaa
of atomach. liver, kidneys and bowels Is
most surely prevented with Electric Bit
ters, the aaf regulator. 5C- For gala
Uy Beaton Drug Co.
ATTRACTION t IN OMAHA.
1 UsBteaaat Bed Eaaa.'
Mavises al each of these theater ta
Robert T. Halnaa, at the Orpheura this
week, bellerea that farming I th flnast
recreation In the world. He la not
merely apeaklng from a theoretical eland
point, for he haa had practical experi
ence. Until two years ago he owned a
Ori-acre farm In New York, and every
aummer peraonaily managed the work.
' I not only euperintendtd tlte Job." aald
Mr. lialnea Wltn a touch of prloe, ' but
I worked aa hard aa any ot tha men.
And 1 got rasuila, too; aot only too
products of the soli, but 1 cultivated
muscle. Look at that arm. Can you
tlnd any fault with K7"
Mr. Haines say a ha la going to buy an
other term as soon ss as isn find sue
In s deslrubls locstlon.
"Forming and acting are tha two ex
tremes,'' ne aald. "That Is why they
should b combined. All wi..tr I am In
hotels snd dressing roonu, where every
thing la artiilciai. In summer 1 want to
go back to nature and 1 go," he con
cluded with a iaugn.
Mr. Huinea la a graduate of the Unl
veralty of Mlaeourl. He took the iSw
cuurse because hla fsther Inmated upon
it, but practiced only a short lime.
"I uuug up my shingle in Kansas City,"
ha aald, "and during the ten months 1
had my office 1 earned list, pretty good.
1 call It considering mat I hated tne
work. A man s got to do what hs feeia
sn Inclination to do and aot what nis
parents map out for biro. 1 always anew
1 was meant to be sn actor, and 1 ai
waya shall be. My mother was a. so op-
pond 10 my going on tne stage, one
wanted me to be a physician."
Th new tare at the American 1 prov
ing enjoyable In the extreme. The
amount of fun that Mr. I'erklna and his
aaeoctatee can make out ot a simple sit
uation Is remarkable, and tha audlenees
st each performance are- more than
pleased -with the result. The regular
matinee will be played thl afternoon.
"The Goose Girl" at the Brandei
theater on Thursday will present Harold
MavUrath's most successful novel, which
fur the last year haa been ona ot
the beat sellers In th book world.
Th dramatisation by George D. Raker
so -cleverly follows the book that no
character la omitted. The production la
postlvely one ot the handnomeat ever
placed upon ths stag.. Not the spectacu
lar variety, but the solid, massive soenlo
equipment so pleaaing to the artistic tem
perament developed in all of ua.
Comedian Abe Reynolds, appearing at
the popular Gayety thla week with "The
College Girls' is a great reader when off
the road between seasons sna nae a li
brary at his home that any man might
be proud of. He telle the following In
cident that came to his notice while in
a book ator searching for rare old vol
umes which tor years he has been col
lecting. sys he: "A woman rustled in
with the air ot one who had not n mo
ment to spare. She aald: '1 want a book
for my husband please, u s nis oiruiaay
and 1 want It for a present He II be 44
next week, eo ahow me auics wnai you
hav. 1 want nothing expensive, or yet
cheap. He'a a mild mannered man and
not fond of a porta, so don t show ins sny-
thlng In that line, and, lor goooneea sase
don t offer me sny of thoae trashy nov
els; and. no matter how you may try to
perauade me, I won't have anything In
the line ot niaiory or oiograpny. vome
I am In a hurry ; can't you auggeat aome
thlng suitable after I have told you what
kind of a huaband he la.' The poor be
numbed clerk lifted dowa a small volume
from one of tne aneivea. 1 aa, mam. aa
answered. 'I think 1 hav tb very thing
Here la a little nook entities, now 10
Manag a Talking Machine.' "
-Tha Great Whit Way," an Incident
that is said to have actually taken place
in New York a famous theatrical and rats
section, la one of the Interval, ng pictures
of modern life presented by "Tha Jardln
de Parle" company at the Krug this
week. It takes fifteen people ior l nis act
In which Abe Leavltt la featured. Accord
ing to burlesque critics u as one 01 tne
beet things oa tba bur ieas.ua Msg this
Colored Servant of
Lincoln is Dead
GALESBURO, 111.. April .-AlUsoa
Dlmery. a colored (errant at Abraham
Lincoln at Springfield, when Uneola waa
elected president died her today f
pneumonia. Dlmery declined Lincoln's
offer ta accompany htm to Washington
as he bad a sweetheart la Springfield
whom he did not wish to leave. Dlmary
later arvsd la tb war and was a Bsaen
ber of ths local Grand Army af th Re
public. PROSECUTOR REFUSES TO
OBEY GOVERNOR'S ORDER
SPRING PIELD. Mo.. A prO Ml-Despite
Governor Hadley order that tb local
off tela la must aot ahow tba scheduled
boxing contest betweea Carl Morris aad
Luther McCarty ta take Place bar aaxt
Friday Bight the eouaty prosecutor, aald
today be would not Interfere It th boat
was held ta compliance with th stats
lavs regulating prise fighting.
Mason, who La a member of th etna,
under whose auspices tha fight Is ta be
given, said tba governor would have to
call out th mihtta to stop th tight
The sheriff said he would not act with
out orders from tb prosecutor. j
At the Theaters
for The Bee by
IT OR NOT
I Council Bluffs j
RESERVOIR IS TO BE DRAINED
Brick Lining- of the Big Tank Breski
From its Mooring.
TO KATE REPAIRS THIS SDMMEB
Ceastractloa af New Boiler Hesse
at tb City Water Pasaplag
Stafloa la Pioanaalag
Superintendent Etnyr and th water
commissioner have found It necessary
again to drain ona of the reservoir at
th Broadway pumping station in order
to permit repair. Tba water was drawn
off last fall and about I.OM.OOO gallons of
mud washed out Temporary repairs
were then made to the side of th basin.
During th winter th. cold and the mak
ing and breaking of tha thick errata of
lc pulled th brick lining still furth.r
awry aad sine tb treat haa gon. Mo
tion of th brick, covering areaa of
hundreds of square feet, have slipped
off and ptlod up at tb bottom, followed
by miniature landslides that have greatly
weakened the walls of tha basis. Ths
decision was reached yesterday to make
only the cheapest kind ot repairs and to
reconstruct th basin upon nearly th
am plan that are being carried out In
the construction of the basin at Thirty
seventh street Th slngls course of
broken brick will be replaced by rein
forced concrete. The work may or may
not be done this summer, but at least
one of the storage basin will be thus
protected before another Ice harveat is
Construction work on the new boiler
houee and concrete smokestack Is being
pushed rapidly. Tha flrat forty test
ot tha stack baa beaei completed and tha
wall of tha boiler houss arc up several
feet above tba foundation. Th de
cision not to use piling tor th foundation
of th smokestack will permit it to be
carried to a height ot 140 feet Instead
of 111, as waa contemplated. The saving
in the cost of ths foundation permits ths
extra height without increasing tb coat
of th chimney. It was decided that a
twenty-two-toot aqua re reinforced con
crete foundation resting on th thick
slab af gumbo that underlies th surface
would afford a tooting as secure as could
be given by piling.
Superintendent Etnyr yesterday com
pleted measurements for the foundations
for tb new pump station at Thirty
seventh street and work upon It will
aonn be under way. The two new
centrifugal pumps that ar to replic
th eld Knowel pumps hav arrived and
been delivered at th Broadway nation.
Teats disclose tba fact that tba old
pumps were giving only 14 per cant of
efficiency. Th new pump hav a
guaranteed minimum efficiency at 75 per
cent They coat 12,10 and th figures
indicate that they will save their cost
during ths first year. Each will be
directly connected with the loo-hora
power elect rto motor that will drive It
Each will pomp 10,0M gallons ot water
Club Meets Soon
Ths regular meeting of the Mothers'
Culture club will be held Thuraday after
noon at 1:10 o'clock at th Young
Women' Christian association building.
After the regular brief business session
and tb parliamentary law lessons a pa
per oa "What th Child Means, to the
Parents" will be read and discussed.
Following a piano Lection by Mra Ira
Day there will be a tweaty-mlnuta talk
on "What ths Parent Means to th
Child" by W. H. Lyachard.
Th work of tb club and th great
possibilities that lie before It are arous
ing Increasing interest snd ths original
charter membership of sixty promise to
be doubled. Practical ouestlon that re
let t the Improvement af tb home and
th reallsatloa of th higher Ideals of
nfa that ar Inherent ta every true
woman's soul are tb matters that are
Th parliamentary lae class will re
sume Its studies and will meet Friday
afternoon at tb bom of Mrs. Donald
LAWN MOWERS-Oet the best the
best ar tb eh peat la tb kmc run. We
hav tb bast at StS up t Ha. Petersen i
Scboenlng Co. I
Easy ta Ha tba crawat la ana! tea
taaach era. anrai bwttembolea. which
awakaa bmtUmtmi easy. 2 foe-23o.
To WbfcRY Abou
Joe Smith Caught
Hunting in Park
Peter Shea, park policeman and cus
todlsn of Lakevtew park, has lodged a
complaint against Joe Smith, Fifteenth
street and Avenue O, charging him with
hunting In ths park. Custodian Shea
aays Smith snd his son secured a host
Sunday afternoon and rowed across th
lake, when they shot ducks and mud
When ordered to desist Shea says Smith
refused, and when the officer started to
disarm him the boy came to the support
of Ms father with the Intention of using
his shotgun If necessary.
Custodian Shea aays he has been hav
ing a great deal of trouble with men and
boys who persist In hunting and seining
In th laae. A few days sgo hs found a
trammel net strstqhed In on of th out
let of th Isk and had a pretty sharp
encounter with the men who finally
The rules of the park board prohibit
hunting and shooting in Lakevtew park
attar April U. Th asm rule prohibit
shooting with rifles end pistols In the
park at all time. It is ths purpoee of
th park commissioner to make Lake
view 4 family picnic resort, and th full
est enforcement of these rule la re
quired tor the protection of those who
go to th park for pleasure purposes
That the rules shsll be enforced Is the
determination of the commissioners. Park
Commissioner Graham accompanied Cus
todian Shea to the police station yester
day morning and was assured that the
entire police force of the city was at his
disposal, if necessary.
Buy a Nsw Idea gss range for 10 cents
a day. Investigate our plan. Everyone
can afford a gaa range on our easy terms.
1 P. C. Da Vol Hdw. Co., S04 R'way.
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tonwr ayft, Mori. yoa aurely hav
some beautiful patterns." An un
rivalled aeiection await you In
the latest browns. fcIoaTay,
aohd-fcras and blue serge. Her
you ran buy a good. piirtab.s,
veil made suit for t and &.
h7 South Kth Street
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