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'VIIFj BKE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1913.
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OMAHA LOSES TO SIOUX
Teams Meet on Sioux City Diamonds
for First Game.
JOE'S CONTROL TO THE BAD
Flti-hrit Well, lint Wltrines Ilnha
II tin r AdinnlnKr, While "Or"
1 oiintr In In I'lnU of Con
dition from Mtnrl.
Tl liSA. Okl,, March 29.-(Hpcclal "!e
Ciam.) Playing on a field which r.ly
two day uro wan covered by a thru
Inch snow, the Kloux City and Oii'an.t
teams of tho Western lengue met In w'le
flrt of a series of games here Saturday,
tho Sioux being victorious, .0 to 1. It
was Hloux City's flrnt game of the nr.
Although overwhelmed today, Omnliu't.
rcpreecnUttvcs uie confident of redteio
ln themselves In the second game, Suit'
Tho Indians took the lend In the Initial
Inning when Mnrslmll, tho third i'n it.
connected with n stralshi, nwitt on- fj.
home nin over the loft field, sending
Bmltli, who hod been pnsscd to flrJt,
around In front of him. Marshall's ter
rific drive, clearing the fence by nevnijl
frtt, was one of the longest ever mnJc
at the South Main street pnrk. Marshall
Is n youngster, coming; from Oilnm.ll
While the gaino today wns on a 'leid
In bad condition, It was filled with ipoIn
fit brilliancy on both sides and -.v.'th
steady work by tho Hloux. A peut
double play In the eighth Inning, Oetschill
to Cooney to Lindsay, nipped In tha bud
a promising batting rally on the part, of
Clnsmnn Is Wild! .
ivJo opened the gaiye for tho
birueiT) freely bythe Sioux.
1 In theHfthjyftfter sovcrnl
. .. . . .' . . .
d six hits had bficn' garnered eft
very Lou, who finished, pitcne'J
ut was wild.
Holmes of the Indians used
pltcherc opening with "Cy" Youne.
wao In the best of form. He held
pponenls to one run and one hit In
Innings. Klein, who followed him.
was steady, handing out only two
and one tally. Roy aetachell. a
ngster, twirled tho last two Innings
the Sioux. He was not scored on
All. Jl. H
onnev. ss 4
Smith. 2b 6
Marohall. If 4
Tireen, rt 4
4,'iaire, so .
Toung, p ...
Klein, p ...
Totals S 10 11 27
Congalton, rf .
Kane, lb ......
Wieslak. c ....
Arbogast, c ...
Applegate, If .
Tutals 30 I 4 24 10
Hloux City 2 2 0 3 1 0 1 1 010
tSmaha 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-2
Two-base hits: Kmlth (.2). Ilapp, Kune.
Double play: aetscbell to Cooney to
Lindsay. Innings pitched: Ily Young. S
bv Klein. 4: by Oetschell. 2: by Closman
4 by Lots, 4. Hits: Off Young. 1; off
Klein, 2: off Qetschell, 1; off Closman.
I; off Lots. 5. struck out: uy Young, l
bv Klein. 4: by Closman. 1; by Iotx. S
Wild pitch: Closman. Hit by pitched
ball. Kane. Umpire: Bell Settley. Time
of game: 2:00.
In City Leagues
Mercantile Ieague Monday. Btreer'
Colts against Corey & McKeni'.o. A. O.
X' W No. IT against flpauldlngs. Bin
aitalnst El Pax pa. Beacon Press against
Booster League-Tuesday, Clara llelles
aKairui uuaraniee wiotning 10. , uranot
HlKhbaila against Stars and Strlnti
Moxtrros against 8torz Malts, Popel
Jtners against f rea uens.
Rummer League Tuesday. Itrates
against X-llAys, Eagles against Phaay
l-are, liocxmans against cyclones;
Thursday Roses against Overland
Elplcs against Dahmkea, R. O. puns
AIJ C f 1 . . 1
nnmn irilnil VmA r-t.lVi Mb. arlli.ll
titryker Hhoe to.
Metropolitan League Monday, RU.
mohr's Sports against Deselln's Mlxera,
Tuesday, Nugent' Nuggets against
Btorx Bottling Department; V'dntdy,
Tracy's Te lie Ce's asralrut BoeelaU:
Thursday, Ortmans against Douh Mix
Standard OH Leajrue Savurday after
noon. Potarlne against Crown Otsollnc
Mica Axle Qreas against Perfection Oil,
P. W. U Pet Pins.
Stryker Shoe Co 65 43 23 .U 67.891
jciks chud vi i za
Store Old Saxon Brau 63 37 26
Wroth' Old Boy.... 65 32 33
Alpha Camp No. 1 ... 63 28
Field Club C6 17 49
fiiafevnfy 1M Bulia .
Coras ill Cka4Ur
VrntM. UI1L FtluMS
Ntl 1U Ut$Xo ....
l.rn M C. rrlrnnu H
Ainelilxrc 114 Bn(U 16)
Relpl 114 Donntll 1(1
)enmin 14 Traey US
Zimmerman 112 Tflntin 144
1'rineltco Ill Mannlnt H3
lluihti 110 Bcrlbncr HI
Ouf( IKO nrotla 161
Hrlttehtr 116 Johnion W
Youirn 177 Kohn 7
Sfh"nmtn 16 fcolomon HI
M. -In 176 Chambcru 134
Coi,a 176 notiktitrtr '1
lluntlnnton 17; 1'ollird 140
VfkM 174 Wtr H
Hrllr ITS Iliitler 44
P. W. L. Pet.
Sporting N'ews M M 33 .tW7
(Jordon Klrcptoofs... W M .14 .59
O'llrlen Monte Chrlsto 84 4S 3 .571
.letter fold Tops 78 41 .11 .Bl
Urodegaurd Crowns 81 42 30 . 519
Omaha Illcycle Indian 81 42 42 .U
Nameless 81 30 51 .370
Itogers" 1'ermltH 78 2fi GU .321
AlilUr t0 8liw "I
nam 1 11. I'rlniriu
Kimltt Hi Mlum 170
rinton 117 Kctiulti 170
Tlrtlman 114 Abbotl
Drown Ill U, Moyna
Hull IJ Doticrly
I. arn wnejr ....
Zarp HI runiiouia
Oummlnti lo Button ....
Klunler 10 Kolaotn ..
Mrilnrtln lo PUtatrlck
Wrtchor IW J. Morna
II. rrlroaau 171 I.ytl
Ililnn 177 Ncwromb
Kryt 177 Waleni 141
nttnfuirf 176 Rtlna 161
(lodrnichwattr 174 lltlnrlcha Ill
Mnrin 174 Rnundtra 141
Nflion 176 Stlple Ill
nhr "4 II. Howler HI
Dtttlln 171 Hlllon 146
Mannlns 171 J. Ilowlay 141
Salomon 171 McCun Ill
llon HI L'fl 1"
CntkTlit uf Culumhuai,
P. W. L. Pet.
Hlnrs 33 22 11 .007
Corkers 33 20 13 ,G0
Hneeders 33 20 13 .()
Dusters 33 14 19 .421
Maries 33 is w .sit
Packers 33 10 23 .303
Thomaa .........i.... 171 BoKr
. .. it ooirr ....
.... IIS J.' .". Jehnaton.
.... 110 Ptitlan
.... Ill Uarr Ill
.... Ill O'Kaala Ill
.... Ill O. nuahmsn 116
151 n. nuahmnn I... Ill
Wolfe Ill T. Hanley Ill
Kins HI Curran 114
Kfnnedjr 114 Mahfr JJ4
njrne HI Ttoobach 'J
aiuce ui mutt
A. n Jahnaton ill nit r "
Cobrr IM Mclarthr
"Unagan iu H. Murpnr
1 iuaUt .......... Ill KltkstraU .....
nrllt.n Ill Daly
Do;U 141 Haielmlre
Duahman 141 Murphy v-
Mamo fJlly l,rnauey
P. W. 1 Pet,
Jetter Gold Tops 81 57 24
Martin Tigers si w j
Pvtorson Kaiuiy Kids si 43
Btelllngs 81 42 39
South Omaha Ice...,. 81 39 42
Culklns 81 26
Midwest Tailors 81 36 45
Illnchoy Laundry 81 Tit 46
Hoyces 32 49
Qarlow Colts 81 26 65
Klrttton HT Bultt
Cochran HI Clark
it..ii HI Tombrlnk
FltitaraM HI McDonald ............ I4S
irit ..ti.r ltu voia .. i
Frsnclaco 110 orlbbU 144
Ohnaaort ...... Cavanaush .' 114
Hall ,, mi i;oi ,
iADlnakt 17'' Hancock 1U
Cooler Thomaa IU
Knirbri nuuo j
Koch J Boylo 161
Hunt 7i !,ooner , 110
im 171 Clajborna 1M
Liflar Wolf HO
Cafn ..!!!. ! 4 nttlo HO
Trior ' i; MaHIn Ill
s. winter ! ::;
Mann ,. . 170 ChrtaUnatn 147
noldtnbtrc H? Cru, !?!
M. Crowo ' sianora
Prttraon '2 K,,,nt ' i.
A. Chaao HI Xianar 114
CTadd -II llanaon , IM
Slchola Mullf n Ill
Vulhtrant 11 Culkln HO
II. cnaao J"
lVKh.k HI I. Hall J"
HMi IC6 Kolatr HI
Takn a look at that race In the Mor-
jlson league. Three teamM neck and neck
for first. The Htryicer onoe team seom
to have a desire to cop the rag and by
winning fourteen out of the last fifteen
games have gained a one-game icaa our
the Elks and Old Saxon nrau.
The only change In the wlndup of the
Omnha league Krlday night was the
Luxus team lumping into tnira piacc
ahead of the Metx.
Being on the winning team In the Magic
City league every season Is what Kill
Hall Is bragging about. Chief Rrlggs Is
also working his trap on the same story.
Tho Gate City league has had a very
uccessful season, filled with hutmony
and enthusiasm, and Is considered by
many to be the best league In the city,
Tha Onte City league has had an ex
citing close, consisting of a tournament
of double and singles last week and wilt
terminate with a banquet at Ortman's
Wednnesday night. In the tournament
L.iie won the individual championship
with 664. followed by Shaw 646. Learn. 643.
Sclple 617. and Hoffman 616. In the doubles
Lann and Mitchell were high with 1,169.
Learn and Stoetxel second with 1.143 and
Lemon and Amsden third with 1,114.
Bowling Is not doomed for the cemetery
The Hummer league is oncamsea
will start their schedule Tuesday
night and winding un the latter part of
June. The organisation Is composed of
twelve three-man teams who will play
their matches on the Morrison alleys on
Tvesdav and Thursday nights. Last sea
son a Summer league was conducted very
successfully, and their is no aouoi dih
that this season's rolling will be pulled
off In a creditable manner,
Kalrbnrr Wlnai Ttto Oatuiva.
VAinntrilY Neb.. March DO. (Soecial.)
The High 8chool boys' basket ball team
defeated the Alexandria team here
vHi.v rvrnlm &o to 16. The same even
ing the Falrbury girls' team defeated
the Alexandria, girls, 20 to 16.
In the stomach, torpid liver. lame back
and weak kidneys are soon relieved by
blectrlc RlUers. Guaranteed. 60c. For
ale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement
IOWA LAWMAKERS NEAR END:
Senator Hilsinger Moves to Adjourn
MAY NAME SIFTING BODY
UlRliTVn;- Ciiiimllntt llll I'nnnrd '
lli(h nrnnoliPM of l.ctfl!n(nrc
nnil Tin Mfnanrr Inlrodncril
LK8 MOINK3, In., .March ."A (8p
cfril.l Notice that It Is time to begin to
think nbout a data for final adjourn
ment was given by the legislature yester
day. Senator HIlRlngcr Introduced a
revolution looking to fixing April 10 ns
the date' of final adjournment. The
resolution was laid over under thu ruluf.
Senator Savago Introduced a resolution
looking to tho appointment of n sifting
committee for the senate. In .ho 1ioiih
a resolution by Representative Huff for a
sifting committee was pasred.
This Is taken to mean that early i -xt
week the whole business of thd Heslon
will bo placed In the hands of two cm
mlttcrs and nn effort will bo made to g' t
through some time about April 13.
Pnlillo rtllltlr mil,
Tho senate patsed the bill to change the
present railroad commission Into a public
utilities commission. The hill had been
under discussion four days In the senate
and had been amended In many way?,
but tho general principle remained. Tho
commission Is to bo Increased npd be
madeSippotntlve, and it will linvc. general
nuthorlty over all the utilities of tho
state. Tho house has a different bill
which may be passed by that body.
Xrrv HlKlMvny Tux IHII.
A new highway lll to provide for the
funds with which to mako permanent
rends wns presented to tho nlghways
committee yesterday by a subcommittee.
urn uas Dccn drnrted In the office
of the attorney general and tho jom
mlttee Invited D. V. Norrls of Marshall,
town to uppeur and explain tho system,
which ho did. Tho bill provides n bnot
for a 1 mill state tax levy collected by
counties, county road Improvement dls
trlcts, (hen a system for construction
of permanent roads in these dwtrlcts,
30 per cent to be paid out of tho 1 mill
state levy and the district to asses
against against the property In the
district 40 per cent of tho cost, l rovls
Ion Is made for borrowing money, Tho
bill probably will be reported for passage.
Itecqril of (he I.nst Week.
The principal bills which have finally
passed both houses tho past week are:
.highway administration bill to
chooU? MR,e ",d 4 rUrM con8ol'ated
rHin.;iY 10 cl,l8 ,0 mak building
in. n.nd mn'ua' fanlng In
." - r ' nniiwuiLuir. nil
Mayors havo authnrUv ...... ...
J 'u'',10 try Involving city or-
n?U.Lnf the bp"" that may ,e
Rrlmrlnr all fni-oiirn rn.r..i
Ig'su tate laWS 8" t0 rrporta anJ stock
Changing law as to place for bringing
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For Inaurnnre Uepnrtniriit.
A bill for the. creation of nn Insurance
department was offered In the senu'te by
Cowles. It contemplates separation of
the Insurance business from the offlco of
stale auditor and creation of an entirely
separate department with a head ap
pointed by tho governor uud confirmed
b ythe senate. The Insurance bill to for
bid discriminations In writing policies,
which went to the house, will now prob
ably be defeated because It is found that
the bill was so amended that the Insur
ance companies are unwilling-to accept
of the same.
Rroraantsr Labor Huron.
Reorganization of the State I.abor bu
reau will be effected the coming week.
A. L. Urlck will succeed Commlealoner
Van Duyn at the head of the depart
ment, by appointment of Governor
Clarke. Mr, Urlck la now president of
the State Federation of Labor and will
drop out at the end of the present "term.
He will appoint as hi deputy Alfred
Shepard of Sioux City, formerly In tho
oflce, and as Inspectors, J. D. Seaman
of Des Moines and Henry H. Bye of
Text nook Rill.
After a fierce struggle In the houie, the
bill for making It easier for counties to
secure county uniformity of text books
was passed, after reconsideration of the
vote by rhch R was lost. The bill pro
vides inai lue county ooaro oi f untanuu
be clothed with authority to adopt uni
formity, and It will not be necessary to
go through a special election. The com
plaint about the elections la that tht text
book concerns make the campaign and
fight' it among the people.
Found n Cure for Hhrumtt Unit,
"I suffered with rheumatism for two
year and could not get my right hand to
my mouth for that length of time."
writes Lee L. Chapmsn. Mapleton. Iowa,
"I suffered terrible pain so I could not
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j i r j' ur iiv m i ii'nui rur jraia nsa i
I began using Chamberlain' Liniment laln In the cheat require quirk treat
and In two months I was well and hive i ment. Tke" Dr. Kliu'x New Discovery
not urrfn with rheitmat'sm since. ' For
After Members of
Members of the Klrat Methodist -hurcli,
Twentieth and Davenport Htreeta, aro
coming to the front in hc work i f re
lief. Tho pastor, the Rev. M. B. William
announced from the pulpit Sunday morn
ing, that he had received during thj week
iiiaiik checks requesting that lii'y be
applied for tho needy Methodists of the
city. A committee, consisting of tho pas
tor and several of the incmhurv, has
been appointed In look after thin work.
Any cuHes of need among Methodists
arc to bo reported to the Rev. M. U
Vllllam.H,' telephone Harney 1174.
The Ludles' Aid society of IIih rirst
Methodist church has requested Its mem.
hern to contribute Jl each toward tho
needs of stricken Methodists.
A special benefit social will bo held
In the Sunday school rooms of tho church
Tucsduy cvcnnlg for tho sexton of the
church, Clarence Anderson, 110 North
Thirtieth street, whoso homo wm des
tioycd. Ulshop William A. Qu.iyle of
St. Paul, who lectured at the Flrat
Methodist church Saturday evening, gave
his entire honorarium of 150 to t.ic tor
nudo sufferers. Twenty of th.i went
to Mr. Anderson, while $30 goes tt help
repair the uamnged Methodist churched.
SUPREME COURT HANDS .
DOWN OPINIONS IN CASES
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., March 30.(8peclul
Telegram.) Following uro tho decision
of tho Supremo court handed down ycBter
day: Howell against North. Reversed and
remanded. I lamer. J. Sedgwick, J., dls
senU. Baker against Central Irrigation dis
trict. Affirmed. Fawcett, J. Reese, C.
J Barnes and Rose, J. J., concur. Let
ton, Sedgwick and Humer, .7. J., not
Springfield Fire mid Marine Insurance
company against Poterson. Reversed and
remanded. Rose, J,
PeterBon ngalnst Hartford Fire insur
ance company. Reversed and remanded.
Holllday ngalnst Rich. On rehearing,
former Judgment of reversal adhered to.
Sedgwick. .1, Rose, J., dissenting.
Hamer, J dissenting In part and con
curring In conclusion. Lctton, J., not
Maine against Hill. Affirmed. Fawcett,
J. Sedwlck and Hamer, J. J., dissent.
DeWolf against Retzlart,
Elliott against General
company. Affirmed, itose
Llpps against ranuo
remandid. Fawcett, J. Reese, J..
Barnes and Rose J. J., conctlr. Lctton,
Sedgwick and Hamer, J. J., not sitting.
Nelson against Sughruo. Affirmed.
Fawcett. J. Reese, C. J., Barnes and
Rose. J. X, concur. Letton, Sedgwick
and Hamer, J. J., not sitting.
Svanda against Svanda. Affirmed.
Barnes. J. Reese, C. J.. Fawcett and
Rose. J. J concur. Sedgwick, Lctton
and Hamer. J. J., not sitting.
Rrugman against Brugman. Judgment
of district court reversed and action dls
missed. Barnes, J. Reese. C. J.. Faw
cett and Rose. J. J., concur. Letton,
Sedgwick and Hamer, J. J., not sitting.
Adams against Anderson. Affirmed.
Barnes, J. Reese, C. J. Fawcett and
Rose. J. J., concur. Srdgv ". Letton and
Hamer, J. J., not sitting.
Rode against Jussen. Affirmed. Faw
cett. J- Reefe. C. J-. Barnes and Rose.
J. J., concur. Letton, Sedwlck and
llurnnr. A. .1.. not sitting.
Painter agBlnst Chicago. Burllneton &
Qulncy Railroad company. Affirmed.
Rarncs, J. Reese. C. J.. Fawcett and
Roso. .1. J., concur. Sedgwick. Letton
and Hamer. J. J., not sitting.
Jussen ngalnst Bcde. Affirmed. Faw
cett. J. Reese. C. J., names arm iujm.
J. J., COIlCUr, Letton, oeubwitiv mm
Hamer, J. J., not sitting.
lams against meiior, miumcu.
lCJrabam against Hansen. Reversed and
remanded with directions to continue the
same until tnn case miwh " .
ants and Intervener is disposed or.
Barnes. J. . .
Rownd against aiaie. flininicu.
Barnes, J. Letton. J., not suiing.
Following are rulings on motions ror
Sutnhen ngalnst Jostvn. Overruled.
Callfas aaalnst World Publishing com-
Klnllnger againxi jomvu. ui"i.
Peden against Platte Valley Farm and
Cattle company, overruieo.
Nelson against umana mm """"i"
Bluffs Street Railway company. Qer-
ruled. . . i . .. , .
County of Netnana againm v-oumj u.
Abbott against i.ane.
Sutphen against Jostyn. Overruled.
Conn ngalnst Chicago. Burlington &
Qulncy Railroad company, overruieu.
The reoraK -uci ivnit ,
Reed agalnit Siaie. uviirm,
Rroehl against Broehl.
uvri i uivu.
UUtrlct Content la Held.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. Mnrch 30.-(Speclal)-The
twenty-first annual con
vention of the Central Nebraska Teach
ers association came to a c6se with the
district oratorical contests. Miss Carolyn
Kimball of Hastings, won first place In
the dramatic class; Mis KJIzabeth
Erailm of Ravenna, first place In tho
oratorical; and Roy Brehm. first place In
the humorous class. Alice Hart of Ed
gar drew second place In the dramatic;
and Chester Sandall of York, second
place In the oratorical. A fli)e program
of mimic was furnished by the 'local
sehools and the York High sohool wom
for lafe and sure relief. 60c and H-Oft For
ALL SHOULDJIAVE FAITH
Rev. M. B. Williams Urges All. to
Bear Up Under Their Losses.
TURNS MANY BACK TO GOD
Times nf Trouble Alirn) m-Itrlnir Un
ItellKlous Fnce to Fncr with the
llenllsntlnn of nn Omnipotent
rower Above Them.
"Have Fnlth In God." was the mes
sage given to u largo congregation at
tho First Methodist church. Twentieth
and Davenport streets, Sunday morning,
by the pastor. Rev. M. B. Williams.
According to Dr. Williams, Jesus had
only one word, only one advlco for
all crises, and that Is "Have Faith In
God." Ho urged the people of Omaha'
to bear up under their present calamities,
and said that "God can do wonders with
those who will but trust In Him."
"Faith," ho said. "Is the belief that God
Is the supreme ruler of the earth and
"A Voice In tho Storm." the subject of
the sermon, was taken to mean tti? voice
of Jesus culling upon the people to have
faith In the Lord.
Sunday morning's service was an espe
cially solemn one. and the church was
well filled. Among those present were
a number who wore crepe. In mourning"
of the loss of a loved one In the recent
disaster. The minister addressed a spe
cial word of cheer to these and the serv
ice was opened with a lengthy prayer
by tho pnstor, calling upon God to pro
tect tnoso who were stricken and to teach
tho people of Omaha to rise out of the
disasters of this earth to the glories of
the next. At the conclusion he was
Joined by nearly 1,000 souls In the reci
tation of tho Lord's prayer.
Text from St. Mnrk.
The pastor chose for his text, St. Mark,
chapter. 4, verses 39 and 40: "And Ho
arose, and rebuked the wind, and said
unto tho sea, 'Peace, be til.' And tho
wind ceased, and thoro was a great calm.
And He said unto them, 'Why are ye
so fearfulT How Is It that ye have no
He compared the plight of the disciples
In tho storm tossed boat with tho con
dition of the citizens of Omaha, and
urged all to have faith,
According to Dr. Williams, "life is
like a stormy sea swept by the gales
of grief and death Is an Inevitable ac
companiment to it." That the brighest
days may be followed by those of dark
ness and despair wus shown by a
graphic picture of the bright Easter
morning and tho dark and gloomy even
ing that followed.
Kveryhody Ready to Help.
Tho ready response of tho citizens of
Omaha and all over the country was ex
tolled and the display of the Christian
spirit was pronounced by Rev. Mr. Will
lams to be "llko a bath In the Infinite."
Omaha newspapers havo risen much In
the estimation of the minister since last
Sunday, because of their splendid work
In handling the situation and for their
ready usslstanco to tho needy.
MASS OF THANKSGIVING
FOR SPARIN.G SO MANY
Out of thanksgiving that so many were
spared from the destruction of the tor
nado. Father Harrington of St. Cecilia's
church will say a special mass this morn
ing. And then on Thursday morning at
9 o'clock there will be a solemn requiem
mass for the repose of the souls of the
five, parishioners who perished In the
St. Cecilia's congregation suffered a
heavier loss than any other Catholic con
gregation In the city. Fifty houses
within Its boundaries, belonging to par
ishioners, were more or less damaged,
while fifteen were completely wrecked.
The damage done to Sacred Heart
all that a hat
the Gordon is!
Gordon foft felt
hats have that
finish no cheap
hat can imitate,
hats are dressy,
A gentleman's hat
1 1 1 I I 1 1 I . I I I I 1 I I
;'VVf Wma ,, ,
convent. T,hlrty-slxth and Burt Btrects.
will amount to t-TO.OOO; to tho Poor Clare
convent. Twenty-ninth and Hamilton
streets, 22,000; to Good "Shepherd convent.
Thirty-sixth and Jackson streets, about
$M0, and minor losses to other Catholic
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okl.. March. 30.
(Special Telegram.) The Omaha Yanni
gans shut out the S and S club of the
Commercial CJty league, 1 to 0 nday.
Robinson worked the first five Innings
for Omaha, only sixteen men facing him
and yielding only one hit. In Jho sixth,
Reed wen to tho mound and the first
two. men connected for singles. Then ho
shut down, caught one man off tho
base nnd fanned the next two. After
that he kept tho locals off tho paths.
Facing a youngster who had lots of
smoke nnd who really pitched a good
game, after the first Inning, the Omatina
connected for five hits In the first round,
three of which were for extra baes and
scored five runs. After that th?y did
not extend themselves at the plate until
the seventh, when a pair of hits, a walk
and some fast work on the bags yielded
three more, which added to one In the
third and another In the sixth, made a
total of ten tallies.
Score by Innings: Jt.H.E.
S nml S 0 00000000032
Omnha 5 0100130 '-10 9 7
Batteries: Osborne and Hendrlck; Rob
inson, Reed and Johnson.
IS'ewn Notea from nindrn.
BLADEN. Neb., March 30. (Special.)
The opera house was crowded last night
when ten of the high BChool students con
tested for honors In a declamatory con
test. Miss Ollle Munson won first place;
Glen Denton, second; and Miss Isla
Grahdstaff, third. A splendid musical
program was carried out. Tho Judges
were Prof. Graves and Assistant Princi
pal Miss Eaton, both of the Campbell
High school, and Mrs. R. B. Bennett of
Tho Infant son of Cashier S. M. Hall
of the Exchango Bank of Bladen was
taken to Campbell this afternoon where
funeral services were held In the Catholic
church and Interment was made In tho
Bladen's new opera house has Just been
opened to tho public. It Is said that there
is no house between Nebraska City and
Holdregc that will compare favorable
with it, The building Is 37x100 feet with
a modern opera hourfe on tho first floor
and handsome lodge rooms above finished
throughout in modern style.
Omaha Woman's Club Benefit Performance
Wednistfay Matinee and Night, April 2
A SEASON CYCLE OF DANCING
Direction of MISS COOPEB.
THE SIDIIE OP BEN MOR
RASPBERRY SHRUB SEC.
THE QUEEN'S MESSENGER
Direction of MISS FITCH. ,
Prloes aoo to 91.00 on sal at box office.
and Fire Insurance
714 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
PHONE DOUGLAS 423.
CALL TYLER 1024
Fire Tor nado Insurance
O'Neil's Real Estate & Insurance Agency
1605 FAENAM STREET.
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f mTAt c
Minister Says Storm
Was Not Wrath of God,
But a Force of Nature
"God never Interferes with the force
of nature. Mnny say tho tornado Is fhf
wrath of God upon his people. I can
ufc act; it mui way. i,ou nas nis ifiwa.
They aro sometimes violated, but th
lunuamentals of his laws are never ove .
turned. God Is u spirit and he perml
the forces of nature to be In motion."
Thus declared Row Nathaniel McfSrtl.
fin In a sermon at Lowe Avenue Pres.
bytcrlan church yesterday mornlnc. Ha
spoko from the text In Mlcah: "The
Lord's voice crleth unto tho city."
God Is a spirit," repeated tha mln.
Ister, "and permits these forces to b
In motion, hut f!nrt i
vcalamltles come upon his people, hi give
them the power and grace to bear them.
"Tho tornado shows us the futility if
man's power, Ingenuity and nvontlon.
Man builds mighty works, but nature's
slightest demonstration may overcome
"No more Important lesson Is tauchi
In this terrible crisis than that the flcslt
is weak, but tho spirit Is Btrong. Man
In tho flesh is crushed, h lit nl anIH
Is Inconquerable. See it rise out of the
ruins nnd set about the task of re
habilitation. It U not crushed.
"But, let us get the full force of this
lesson and recognize that this Incon
querable spirit Is that that has come
down from above, the spirit of God,
eternal and unchangeable which van
ishcth not and Is not, bowed down. It
comes to still tho tcmppst and to repair
the wreck, which weak flesh could not
forestall or of itself endure. And so
I believe. Omaha, In this spirit, will rise
stronger and better than before."
New Note of Deahlcr.
DESHLER, Neb.. March 29.rRn.M.t
The Deshlcr depot Is now lighted by
Mat. Every Day, ail5; Every Wight, 8U5.
Ihla week MISS CECILIA LOPTUS. Mr. and
Mr. Jlramle Barry. Barry & Wolford. Wllaon'a
Comedy Clrcua. Ida O'Day, Tho Rtioi, The Four
rtoUrri. Patho'a Weekly Rerlew. Trices: Mat!.
ne Oallery, 10c; beat aeata. 2Sc. except Saturdar
and Sunday Night 10. 5, 10. 75c. SARAH
BERNHARDT 8 EATS NOW ON SALE.
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