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FEDS WILL CONTINUE RAIDS
War to Go on Till Outlaw league
Seceived Into Organized Fold.
SECRETARY MAKES STATEMENT
fmri New, Orsaulsutlou., at Unil of
Benson Will lie Such n "to" Force
Recojrnltlon from the
- scalers; . '-'
CHICAGO, Jon. 29. War- between tho
Federal league nnd organized base ball
'will continue' until the latter .jreoeives the
new 'circuit into Itn fold, 'according to
Secretary Lloyd Rlckard of tho Federals,
Rlckard asserts that the. Federals would
continue next year their raids, on tho
players now with organised base ball
whose contracts expire: at the 'end of the
Thero ore enough of these to cripple
tho bit: leagues more seriously than the
present, If they Jumy, the secretary said.
The situation at the end of tho season
will be such as. to force rocoanftlon from
the American and National leagues and
as a third big league, the Federals will
operate on equal terms with the others
In 1815, Its proomleni believe.
Manager levers pf the Chicago Nation
tils, who reported at headquarters today
after a tour qthe south,- announced that
three-game series betwce'-the Cubs and
the St. Louis Americans would take
placo at Tampa March 4, 8,' and 8, with a
return engagement at' St. Petersburg,
WINNER IN BASKET BALL
LEAQUE t0 HAVE.A TROPHY
A board meeting of the Commercial
Basket Bait league was held Wednesday
night tor the purpose ot determining a
method to raise a fund with which to
purchase a trophy for' the. Winner of the
Commercial league race. It was. decided
that the best way would be. to charge an
admission to the game' Saturday evening.
Heretofore the games' have been free of
admission, but Saturday night an admis
sion of 25 cents will be taxed. Tho teams
playing aro the Magee & Peomer team
and tho Benson Flrat team. The out
come of that game will probably decide
tho fate of the league. The Magee &
Deemer team has not lost n game, while
the Pirates have lott hot one,' a previous
game with, the clothiers. It the Magee
A Deemer squad wins Saturday, they
will have tho championship of the league
LEONARD WIRES C0RRIGAN
HE WILL SGN,CQNTRACT
FRBslNO. Cal., ?an. Pltehsr Leon
ard pt. the' Boston Amerlcaiw telegraphed
Maner Carrln today thlt terms are
SAtMactory and that he would sign hi
Mi contract as ooon'ss it arrived. Leon
ard kirned down ah offer front the Fed
eral league". He Koi been holding out for
as Increase over his 1913 salary.
BOSTON. Jam. S9.-llugt Dtdlent, a
Re4 Sox pitcher, of the; last two seasons,
who wa staid to have been approached
by Federal league agents, signed with
the Boston American club today, Deedl
nt otprekCd himself as "highly satis
lied" with the terms.
GUS WILLIAMS WILL .
PLAY WITH THE BROWNS
George Btovtill, manager ot the Kansas
City Federal league team, sends out a
report from Los Angeles, where he Is at
present on the quest of players, that Qui
Williams agreed to sign with the Feds,
but later refused to do so. Williams,
who Is In Omaha tor the, winter, refuses
to nay whether he did agree to play with
K to vat I or I'Ot. but, at any rata, he will
be a member ot the Ilrowns next spring.
HIGH SCHOOL LADS TO
PLAY THE LINCOLN FIVE
The Omaha High school basket ball
team will go to Lincoln Saturday to con
test with the basket ball team of the
high school ot that city. Both teams
have been defeated tills year and neither
are overly strong In any department ot
the game. The score should be close, but
It is thought Omaha will have an advan
tage because ot the prowess of her
Tries to Hold Johnston.
CHATTANOOQA, Tenn.. Jan. a.-.How-ard
Doyle, scout of the Cleveland Amer
icans, arrived today to confer with First
Baseman "Doc" Johnston In an effort to
obtain hit signature to a Cleveland con
tract and prevent his accepting an offer
from tbe Federal league.
Coach Mealclae foi Children.
Never give a child a cough medicine
that contains opium la any form. Wlui
opium la given other and more serious
diseases may follow. Loan experience
lias demonstrated that there Is no better
or safer medicine for coughs, colds and
croup In children thaa Chamberlain's
Couch HawMwIr, It Is equally valuable
for adults. Try it. It coatalns no opium
or other harmful drug. For sale by alt
Thomason Signs :.
Pa Rourko has received tho signed
contract of Arthur Thomason, tho classy
outfielder of tho Omaha, team- This will
put to rest th pprlfltcnt rumors which
have begun floating around that Thoma
son was to Join tho- ranks of iho Fed
FIRST METHODISTS BEAT
COMPANY I OF QLENW00D
GLUNWOOP, la., Jan. ZW(Bpoelal.)
The First Methodist Uaracus ot Omaha.
defeated the Company I team of this
city In a fast and. wqll-played game ot
basket ball. by the score of S3 to 1&. Tne
features of "the game were tho basket
shooting of the Lewises of Glenwood and
the team work of tho Caracas, espscla'.y
the guarding Ot Fltzpatrlck and Lon.
The work of Haskell of Omaha, who
acted as referee, met with tho approval
ot tho crowd. Tho lineup:
I1ARACA3. , C1LKNWOOD.
ILK I. Lewis
Heck with ...C.
C, N. Lowls
Lewis (t), soiley (i),
Klddoo (I). Miles (). Ileckwith (0). IUb-
ion (2). Free throw: , I-ewln. Fouls com
mitted: Omaha, I: Uteriwood, 1, Ilefercet
AMES BASKET BALL FIVE
WILL PLAY AT GRINNELL
AME8, la., Jan. 29. (Special Telegram.)
llftdly crippled, tljo Ames, basket ball
quad wH go' to Qrtntiell tomorrow for
a-stiff game,- and thenco to Iowa City.
to tackle the Iowa tive.
The Cyclones expect a much tougher
scrap with the Orlnnoll colleglanR than
with the irawkeyes. arlnnell hau
swamped' Iowa, but Iowa cams near to
trlmmtn th6 oQphers. Captain Hansel!
has a bad ankle and probably will not
be ablo to play. Coach Hubbard will
take the following squad! Holmes and
Nobel, center! Bwlney, Hath and Dow
ell, forwards: Captain Hansell, Harpel
and rorterfleld, guards.
NINE JAMES IN YALE'S
FOOT BALL SCHEDULE
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Jan. lO.-Tale
foot ball schedule for next fall, an
nounced today, contains nine games, one
less than last' year. Holy Cross and La
fayette ha Vo, been dropped, and In their
places wtt be the University ot Virginia
and Notro Dame.
Yale has -nyer met the two lattor col
leges In toot ball before.
A September H University of Maine', Oc
tober 3. University of Virginia; October
10, Lehigh: October 17, Notre Dame; Oc
tober 24, Washington and Jefferson; Oc
tober 81, Colgate;. November, 7, nrown;
November 14, Princeton;' November si,
CONTRACTS POURING INTO
OFFICE OF BOSTON CLUBS
BOSTON-," Jan, S9.-ContracU poUrcd
Into the offices of the American and Na
tional league clubs here today. Leslie U.
NUnamaker, Jhat JUd Sot catcher, !gntd
up for nnpXt year, notwithstanding
previous reports that tbe terms were
satisfactory' The Boston Nationals re
rlved tho signed contracts of Angel
Vlllason, a 'Cuban pitcher; Charles A.
Deal, a third batemun, last yeas with
Provldsnce ot the International leaguo
and Frank Solimldt, a pitcher formerly
with tho Dunkirk New York team.
HUMMEL 'AGAIN FLOODS
, PONDS TO MAKE SKATING
Park Commissioner Joe B. Hummet de
dares that It Br'er Welsh and the
weather agree and the cold spell con
tinues there will be fine skating In all
city parks tho rest ot the week. Owing
to the thaw the Ice" was roughed, but
the surfaco ot the lakes and ponds havo
been flooded and the majority of them
are now safe.
C'ultnu Hluiirtl Up.
Cincinnati. Jan. D.it was an
nounced at the headquarters ot the Cin
cinnati base ball club here today that
Catcher Oonzales, the Cuban, had been
signed for the coming season by the
Stun That CoukIi.
Dr. King a New Discovery will do It.
uei a bottio today. A quick, safe, sure
cough and cold remedy. All druggists.
We and Il.-AdvertUement.
NEW STEAMER LINE FROM
QUEENST0WN TO BOSTON
LONDON. Jan. 23. -A frrsh develop
roent In the transatlantic steamship rate
war recently begun by the uerman lines,
occurred today when the Anchor fine
announced its Intention ot starting i
service between Queeiutown und Bo.
ton. This .atep Is meant to counter the
project of the Hamburg-American to
run a service between the same ports
and also as a reply to the German line
entry Into the Canadian traffic.
the Matter with
BOOSTER TOURNEY AT END
Wroth's Cafe Team Leads in the
JAItOSH-WARTCHOW IN DOUBLES
I,e'nrna Mark Made In the SInKles
Stands an IIIkIi, While, Mnr-J
tin Capture the All
Brents. Ten lit Standing,
"Wroth's Cafe ..
JCUcr's Old Age
Last night saw the ond of. tlx) Booster
league tournament with no change In the
leaders. The only chango In the singles
was Toman's 61S, which ties him with
Leplnskl for second place. Other high
rollers were J. Fitzgerald with 61V, Neale,
611! J. Jarosh, C09, and Cain, 604.
Cnfo Team Leads.
The Wroth's Cafe won first plaoe In
the team even with the 2,996 total rolled
Sunday afternoon. The Luxus take sec-
end honors Just five pins behind the lead
ers. In the doubles J. Jarosh and Wart'
chow, the Clara Belle stars lead with a
1,243 total. Cain and Johnson another
Clara Belle pair nro next high with 1.273.
Learn of the Wroth's Cafe team is high
above all others for the. leadership ot the
elngles with a 683 count. Toman ot tho
Old Htyle Lagers and Leplnskl ot the
Old Moose team aro tied for Second with
Martin, last year's city champion, again
leads In the all-events with a 1.911 total,
a tournament average ot 212.
Slakes lllit Hit.
This season's Booster league tourna
ment Is considered by those best posted
on tho game as the best tournament ever
pulled off here. Tho entire event was
conductd without a flaw and putted off
In record time. There was a big entry
list, which made the prlte fund the
largest ot any preceding tournament prtso
fund. The scores rolled were ot the
highest quality and the bowlers entered
were evonly matched. Tho main feature
ot this tournament was the scratch roll
ing. No handicap was used and this
mado a hit with the bowlers.
Credit roust be given President Itatekln
and Secretary Kldson, who by themselves
organised the big event and conducted It
with the excellent assistance of the As
soclatlon alley management.
Present plans Indicate that the Booster
league tournament will be an annual af
The scores rolled yesterday were
1st. 2d. Sd. Tot,
Toman ., 2
Zimmerman ....(..,.... zn
iS. Norgaard . 202
II. Lee , iu
KLOPP & BAItTLETTS.
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Totals 4t 3S0 394
BEES PRINTING CO.
1st. . i. Sil.
Kurtz 104 160 118
Krcjcl 132 158 1C8
onncsorg ,.. iti sis JS2
Totals 377 631 408
H. a TRANSFERS.
1st. Id. 3d.
Kahiv 186 124 131
Holdsworth 131 76 118
Wadell , 130 145 145
Total U74S 344 444
OMAHA PRINTING CO.
Totals 371 m 4S8 :.7
H. E. PRESS.
Paetow, A............ 114 147
Pactow, R ... 149 ISO
Totals 29$ S27
' ' ' 1st. 2d.
Hot man 170 141
Mlratsky, 99 lis
ORCHARD & WILHELM.
1st 2d. Sd. Total.
Doherty l&J 1S3 IK 460
hmltli . 1 JM 4M
Dugun . lfiT 112 IJS 417
Clair 123 i2t 187 411
OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914.
Bower , 187 170 187
Totals 7&J 746 773
1st 2d. 2d.
Faalck m 114 149
Altchlson 171 1!B 171
Strothcr 2 149 ' in
Peck 117 116 111
Odgen 100 161 l.V
Handicap 2S 25 25
Totals S22 702 7S5
1st. , 2d. Jd.
L. Norgaard 193 lt 157
Straw ! 170 170 170
Wiley ....i.lM 114 135
MCUaDO 160 161 . zzs
Fltz ISO 17 222
Total 843 760 . 910
FltANtCS KANDT KIDS.
1st. 2(1. Dd.
Learn -. 214 222 223
Straw i.i. ...... 170 170 170
FuKorojerit 201 203 192
Nelson .." 172 1S4 1M
Schultz 200 191 164
Totals O 940 933
1st. 2d. 3d.
King 190 209 1S9
Melxcl 1&9 211 IIS
Green 192 176 1SS
Cummlnga 181 199 ISO
Angelsborg .......... 103 201 leg
Totals 890 996 8M
UKSELIN TRADE MARKS.
928 893 874 2,693
tlnelliach Blame Trltb Brooklyn.
NEW TOUIC, Jan. 2S.-Offlcera of tho
Brooklyn base ball club announced to-
daythat Pitcher Reulbach had signed a
one-'year contract with the Buperbas. It
was also stated that a 1914 contract has
been forwarded by registered mail to
Joseph B. Tinker, manager of the Chi-
eago Federal league team, whose previous
contract with the Cincinnati club woe
recently transferred to Brooklyn.
BARS ATHLETES FROM
HOLDING CLASS OFFICES
Chicago, Jan. 29.-Athlets will bo
prevented from holding class offices nt
the university ot Chicago, as the result
of action taken yosterday by the student
counsel. Members of the council said the
action was taken "to prevent any stu
uent from being carried Into an office
through his popularity as an athlete."
Hnll Signs vrltb. Detroit.
a Ditcher for the Detroit AmrtiMn i.o.m
wuiuuuvtu ncra umar mat ne naa signed
... ..uihiwi wiiii me ueiroii oiuo for
the comlnr season at an Increase in
HASTINGS GRAND ARMY POST
WOULD DEED HALL TO CITY
HASTINGS, Neb., Jan. 2S.-4"6peclat.)
Members ot Silas A. Strickland post are
considering a proposal to deed the Hast
lngs Grand Army ot the Republic hall
to the city In consideration for the erec
tion ot a monument to civil war veterans
by the city, to cost not less than 87.000.
The building and lot are worth between
310,000 and 812,060. There are 120 active
members ot the post and none Is under
06 years ot age. The post would reserve
the right to use the second floor as long
as the organization lasts and would ex
pect the city to pay Into the post treas
ury each month a sum equal to the
amount now paid as rental ot the ground
floor room for the water and light com
The Salvaraan treatment for pare.ls
was used for the first time at Ingleslde
hospital for Insane yesterday, belnit ad
ministered by Superintendent Baxter, as
sisted by his medical staff. The niivni
clans believe this was the first time the
treatment had been used n thts state for
tne mental rorm of the disease. It is
stated that only about sixty such cases
have been treated In this country by this
method, principally at the Rockefeller in
stitute and at Johns Hopkins, university.
Moving pictures taken by the new pas
tor, Rev, J. E, Holley, lit his extensive
European travels, will be shown at the
Sunday evening services ot the Chris
tian church, beginning next Sunday. The
first series will be ot the Passion Play
and will cover three evenings. This will
be the first trial of moving pictures in
CO-OPERATIVE CO. MEETS
AURORA, Neb., Jail, 29.-Speclal.)
The Hamilton County Farmers' Co-oper
ative company ot Aurora held Ita an
nttal meeting yesterday and elected the
following officers: It. L. Mabdn, prel
dent; D. M, AValker, secretary; T. M
Scott, treasurer, and Harry Toof, man
ager. Charles Eckerly ot Chicago spoke
to the meeting on co-operation. He also
spoke at a similar meeting at Hampton
l.vcry town in the county Is organized.
Thle Aurora organization has 350 mem'
bers, owns two elevators and operates
three. It pays S per ceat oa capital In
vested and 1 cent on all grain sold to it
and H cent on all grain .bought of It by
the members. It owns a colli htre with
i raiiK jonnson as operator.
SAPHQ. KRL'Q, 8IX REELS, tc aaij.j
MICHIGAN UNIONS MEETING
Session at Lansing Will Raise Funds
for Copper Strikers.
TANNER PRINCIPAL SPEAKER
Auditor of Western Federation
Charges Cltlsens' Alliance Trltb
Cnnalne Carlstmas Ere
Tragedy In Italian Hnll.
LANSING, Mich., Jan. 29.-The mine
owners of the Calumet region, tho Citi
zen's alliance, the Houghton grand Jury,
the Michigan militia and Governor Ferris
were assailed today by Charles 11. Tan
ner, auditor of the Western Federation
ot Miners, in an address which he de
livered before a conference ot delegates
representing every union affiliated with
the Michigan State Federation of Labor.
Tanner said there were from 8,000 to
9,000 union men still dependent on the
Western Federation of Miners for food
and clothing. He declared many ot thes9
men were men ot large families, somo
comprising as many as fourteen children,
and he urged the Michigan labor unions
to send men throughout the state solicit
Ititf funds from union men or men
friendly to unlomr, to be spent In caring
for 'the men out ot employment.
Tanner made the principal address.
The keynote ot his remarks was to con
tinue the industrial fight. The prin
cipal object was to decide the best
method ot obtaining the money.
Illumes Alliance fc7 tragedy.
Tanner charges tho Citizens' Alliance
with responsibility for the disaster at
Calumet on Christmas eve, and said wit
nesses to that effect would be produced.
noooay Dcuercs mo persons respon
sible for the tragedy Intended to kill
anyone.'JL. he said. "They did, however,
want to break up that celebration. More
than one union man had been told that
the union man 'would havo a black
' But the Christmas eve tragedy Is only
one of a series ot tragedies. Union men
have been shot.
"Militiamen, gunmen and deputies havo
driven women and children off tho
streetes. When our members paraded
they carried American flags, and those
flags were cut from their staffs and
trampled In the dust. Deputies, at the
direction of tho mine operators, have
entered the homes of union men. turned
the occupants' out, smashed furniture and
shattered windows. s
Calls Grand Jnrr Farce.
"The Houghton county grand Jury Is a
rarce. Composed of mining superln
tendents. members of the Citizens' Alli
ance and Jim McNaughton's chauffeur
.It acted as the unions expected It would
Tanner and Dan Sulllven. another
speaker, asserted that Governor Ferris
had been partial to the operators during
nis investigation in tho strike region.
PLANS MADE TO BUILD
UP THE COUNTY FAIRS
(From a 8taff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 29. (Special.) -Organ
ized efforts to build up the county fairs
ot the state will be made as a result of
the. banquet of the State Board ot Agri
culture and the Association of County
Fair Managers last week. The educa
tional value of the county and state fairs
were emphasized. Among the novel fea
tures suggested were contests for the best
managed farm, with cash prizes and tab
lets for both owners nnd tenants. A milk
production contest was also suggested,
tSollar here illustrated is made of White
Satin Striped Madras. It is especially
a style for men of youthful tastes
'though not a thing extreme about it.
Just smart shapeliness becomingnesa
and all around goodness.
2 for 25c
don't spread at the top. Have
exclusively Linocord Unbreaka
For sale by the Following Ferms
SIM I $43. II.
Drawn for The Bee by
an were exhibits by the state farm ex
perts and tho presence of county demon
strators and experiment station lecturers
nt tho county fairs.
If. P. Wilson, president of the Associa
tion ot County Fair Managers, was In the
city yesterday nnd declared that the offi
cers would make energetic efforts to Im
prove tho county fairs during the coming
SEVENTEEN FILE DIVORCE
PETITIONS IN SAUNDERS
WAHOO. Neb., Jan. 29. (Specials-Di
vorce statistics Just compiled by Henry
Pickett, clerk of the district court of
Saunders county show that during the
year 1913 thore were seventeen petitions
for divorce filed. Nine allege cruelty,
five desertion and three nonsupport: ten
were started by the wives and seven by
tho husbands. During the same year the
district court granted nine divorces, five
to men and four to women. Four di
vorce cases have been dismissed and
seven cases aro still pending for further
During tho last year there were 141
marriage licenses granted In the county
DR. T0WNSEND OF LINCOLN
HELD ON CRIMINAL CHARGE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 29,-(Spcc!al.)-Dr. W.
R. Townsend of Lincoln will havo to an
swer to the charge of performing a.crim
Inal operation upon Lola Sturm of tails
City, who died here yesterday under sus
A coroner's Jury found the chargo tus-
talned and the doctor was immediately
placed under arrest and released unler
News Noted of Superior.
SUPERIOR, Neb., Jan. 29. (Special Tel
cgram.) The Citizens' s4ato bank will
open tomorrow with 850,000 capital stock
backer by Kansas bankers. President
Fairs of Mankota and Cashier Beaton
from Formosa aro in chojge. They have
bought property in good locations and
expect to build the coming summer, They
report the State Savings bank will re
organize and be made larger the com
State Printer N. J. Ludl Is visiting ex
Miss Madeline Edsall was married at
tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mm
I. L. Edsall, to James Herbert Taylor
of Falrbury by Rov. Mr. Tyner of this
parish. The couple left for a trip to
Omaha and to visit friends In Iowa.
IVnr Effct-1 ot I'uritlntr.
FAIRBURY, Neb., Jan. 29. (Special.)
Considerable dlsquletudo prevails among
Jefferson county farmers over tho con
dltton ot tho winter wheat and there
from hoadaches, dull foelingn, and
fatigue of biliousness, comes quickly
and permanent improvement in
bodily condition follows after your
stomach, liver and bowels hava
been toned and regulated by
la box, lOa 28s.
5.i a a
seems to be quite a diversity of opinion
whether tho wheat has been damaged by
pursing of the ground. Winter wheat in
Jefferson county has been In fine shape,
but the thawing nnd freezing, alternately,
has torn the plant loose from Its roots.
It is the opinion generally that consider
able harm has been done.
You may never notice tho
Until you need them.
Then they must-be rlghtl
They aro your only insur
ance against many an emer
To be euro you should
have two sets of brakes on
each rear wheel.
Continual use ot any
brakes is bound to make ad
Be sure there is a con
venient and easy method of
making effective and quick
adjustments ot the brakes
on your car.
. Find out how thoibrakes
work on an old car as well
aB on the new.
One car (name above)
has reliable brakes and very
convenient brako adjust
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mobile. The complete series,
containing a wealth cf valu
able information, may be had
in booklet form by asking
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