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Tis While You Sleep that Foul Deeds Are Done ,
v " w -tow r j .
KAY SEE FEDS CLASSY LOT
Will Be Contenders for Pennant in
New League This Year.
JOE TINKER TELLS ABOUT IT
Says GeorRC naiimanrdner, .I'Kchcli,
Snm Aprncyr, Catcher, and'' Gni
ii ' i " "
Williams, Outfielder, o
-io nlh S(otU.
CHICAGO, Feb e.-The1' Kansas City
Federals will bo among' thevflghtera for
the pennant In the now league next sum
mer, according to Jcmj Tinker, manager
of tho Chicago' Federals'," who Is au
thority for the, statement that .Sam-
Agncw, catcher: QcorRO Daumgordner,,
pltchtr, and Gils' Williams, outffeldcr,
havo ieftN the St. Louis Americans t6
play with ifanascr Stovnll's .team. Ac
cording to Tinker, tho three players
agreed to Federal league terms Jaet
after tho American league season closed
last year. With Baum'gardner and Bland
lng of 'Cleveland' tho mainstays, Stovall's
pitching staff, it Is believed will be
among tho strongest,
Tinker today received tho signed con-,
tract; of Cadmus -'coles, mho was on tho'
reserve list of t'Ue( Philadelphia' Ameri
cano, and who had a . batting average of
..IV) with Elmyra In the New York State
league last year. -Coles Is an outfielder.
Jlcauirc, pitcher last year with tho local
Federals, today signed a, contract with
Arthhr Irwin, scout' for tho New York
Americans, was expected hero today to
reopen negotiations with Ed Sweeney,
catcher, anil perhaps Rolllo Zetder.
Welder's contract, It was 'definitely stated
some' ttmo ago, reposes In the safo at
Federal league headquarters.
Ooi5firma,Unn of rumors that the To-'
lonto. franchlfo in4h,Q,Fjdera(l leaguo.
would? be la'keri nwfcy came' this after "
..inn Amm.rliin r, 1 ...... . nM,litallt
of tho Chicago clul). Mr; Woeghman de
clared tho' promoters In tho Ontario city
had not satisfied tho conditions imposed
by other men who wero putting their
monoi Into tho 'nw league and that tho,'
visit which President Clllmorc made to J
Toronto this weolt was ror the purpose or
deciding the status of affairs tljcro.
Mr,' Wecghman said, a -meeting of tho
league heads would ho held tomorrow at
which tho transfer of tho franchlie either
to Cleveland or Cincinnati would prob
ably 'bo ordered, i
Tho Persistent and .IuoicIoue U's6 "ot,
Newspaper Advertising v ,tUa Road to'
IS DEFEATED BY PERU
PERU. Neb.. Feb. (f.T-cepecIal.Tho
I'cru Normal bukot ball .tpani defeated
the Kearney Normal teaniilast.nlght w-lth
iipparont case.' At tho. ond.or the $lrs I
half the score stood,:,!,-for' 'Peru and 9
tor Kearhey. In the. last lialf, Peru
played three subs and ygf' sporcd 15 to
Kcarnfy's 10, making -tho; final score 39
to 19. Tho lineup: , '
PEHlT. " KEARNEY.
Jones 4- Tft guard... .J Davles
Hur.dbtTB Right guard .aundens
Ktoddatd Left field.. ...Kelt
Jar.da. night field...,..-.. Essert
Lor.g Center. v... Randolph
llyrnr.1 ttignn with lMilUtf.
PHILADELl'lUA. Feb. 6. ,'Bobby"
Byrne today slgrid a 'contract with, tho
-I,l.lln.1..tnl.t4-XTAtlnr,..l TAnlln A,.
thoilglj a third Dusrmani.hO wlll.play at
sunon.l base thlsT year. Succeeding Otto!
Knabe, who signed with tho Baltimore
Federal League club. I
Defy Stood nisorder BY
Giving the Blood an Effective
The word Medicine Is ono of tho
most abused In our language. There
ore certain medicinal properties Just
as necessary to health as the food we
-eat. Take, for example, the well
known medicine, S. 8. 8. This famous
blood purifier contains medicinal com
ponents Just as vital and essential to
healthy 'blood as the elements of
wheat, roast beef, the fats and the
sugars that make up our dally ration.
As a matter of fact, thero Is one
Ingredient In S. S. S. which serves tho
active purpose of stimulating each,
cellular part of the body to the
healthy and Judicious selection of its
own essential nutriment. That 1
why it regenerates the blood supply;
w'hy It has such a tremendous Influ
ence In overcoming' Rheumatism, Ca
tarrh of the Stomach and Intestine,
akin eruptions and all blood troubles.
And la regenerating tte tbioes 8. H. tl.
has t rapid soil poaltlre antidotal effect opoa
all thorn lrrltatlBC Isnarnces thit eaaae acre
tsroat, weak ew. lota of welfbt. this, pale
cbcvLs and that wearlnena of muscle and strre
that bads so many peopl Into tho dasftroas
path of stimulants sad narcotics.
Get a bottle of H. 8. H. at any dm; itorr,
sad In a Itw days yon will fetl bright and
rwrjetle. B. 8. 8. I prepared only la tns
laboratory of Tne Swift HpeclBe Co., ."W3 Swift
Illdr., Atlanta, fli., wbo maintain a Trry effi
cient adrlaory department where all wfco lino
any blood dlnorder of a itabborn nature may
K. 8. 8. If told everywhere by drug ttorei,
iliiartment aud rraeral utorn,
Don't permit anyone la aell you a autalltute.
liui. I epos a. 15, 8,
KEARNEY NORMAL FIXES
UP ITS FOOT BALL DATES
A tentative foot ball schedule has been
arranged for the foot ball team of the
Kearney Normal school for next Jail by
Q. J. Van Buren, the eoach and man
ager: October a-Crelghton at Omaha.
October 17 Denver university at Den
ver. October 24 York college at Kearney.
November 6 Wesloyan university at
November 13 Peru Normal at Kearney.
Thanksgiving Day-Hastings collcgo at
' In addition to these It Is probable that
games will bo arranged with Grand
Island college. Coiner university or
Wajno Normal, besides a practlco game
with tho Kearney High schQOl., Pros
pects for a good team" are good, as the
coach says he has plenty of good'now
material In sight
Sweaters are now being awarded to
last year's team. Tho following are to
receive them; Remington. Bob4 Randall,
Holder.. Joss Randolph. Carlln, Potts,
Davits, Carrlg, Ross Wareham, Chtek
Wan-ham. Pearce, Hotchkiss, Proctor
ENTERED FOR AIR RACE
NPW YOniC. Feb. G.-Three balloons
have .been entered by tho Imperial Aero
club of Germany In the Gordon Bennett
race, which Is to start from Kansas CJty,
Mo., next ' October, according to a cablo
message given out tonight by tho Aero
Club of- America., '
This Is the first entry received for tho
race. , it la expected that all of the eight
oen countries iformirjr'ho International
Aeronautical Federal! nn Will annrt ' 41...
"... ww.u lllil-U
Iri addition to tho Gordon , Bennett
trophy, which was w-pn by th. Americans
lh 1913., tho Aero .club of Kansas City, It
was announced, . has offered 7,500 In
ltUft, tq be divided among the first seven
KuXerner to Coach l'nriile.
..1!iICPl Fcb- fifrlrfhwostern unl-
a? poach of Its eleven next fall, it was
announced today by Mwia Omer. dlrecto?
dccldccl not o remain with tlie Purple.
Tho nnmo of tho new coach has not been
Sciinton,', Hurler HI urn,. '
vnnl& ""Til. Arfci'.Feb. C-l-Vank
HrL'l?."1'" Pltcee. purchased, by- the
ii?iS--IIBi?n '"fr'wui UhBtie 'from' ti?
V.iL n"vJU"4 9ub o tho Union asMcl-
ttraat&'tSa,ynd qojitract to
KANSAN FINDS BO iOF
NUGGETS BURIED IN HILL
.IET.MOltE. Kan. Feb. 6.-A box of
gold nuggets weighing forty pqunds and
estimated to bo worth. I12.O0O was found
burled In a, hill ncarjiere today by Ralph
Chesnev. a homesteader. TUn nni.f-i.,a
wero deposited In a bank and Chrpney
went back after moro of tho precious
metal he believed is hidden In the hill.
According to a. glory, told here years
ago, a party of prospectors from tho
Colorado gold fields wero returning in
li6S w(th' their treasure -when they were
attacked and all but ono of thslr num
ber kilted by Indians. Tho lone survivor
hurled the gold, according to the story,
SENDS FATHER WIRELESS
piriir nnimniT " ..
ASKING CONSENT TO WED
TACOMA. Wash.. Feb. C.-Whlle on
her- way from Tacoma to JIanlla, MIh
Myra C. Benson tent a wireless message
to her parents In Tacoma asking permis
sion to marry Loroy N, Knettlc. n
banker of Pomeroy. Wasli., wboin she
met on the Shriners' oxcurslon to tho
orient on tne steamship Minnesota Her
father sent a wireless back "tiso your
own discretion." The next message from
her tali she was married and happy.
She Is a former Smith college girl.
HAWKINS FOR MURDER
SHERIDAN, Wyo., Feb. C (fJpcoJal
Telegram -Wllllam Hawkins, convicted
by a Jury hero January 20 of murder
In tho second degrcp, was this cvenlna
sentenced by Judgo Parmalee to serve
from thirty to sixty years at hard labor
in the penitentiary ot Rawlins. As IIuw
klntf Is now past W. tho sentence prac
tically means life. Hawkins will be
taken to Rawlins tomorrow to begin his
ON KNEES IN CHURCH'
HE COMMITS SUICIDE
PROVIDENCE, R. I. Fob. e.-On his
knoes In tho chance! of St, Grace church,
John Ogden. former town treasurer of
North Providence, drew a revolver and
shot himself In the head today. Ho died
About a year ago Ogden was accused
if Ir-ocu.arltles in office us town treas
jrer. bvf was acquitted.
j Key to the Sltutlaon-Bee Advertising.
WROTH'S CAFETEAM LEADS
Comes to Van of Omaha League
When it Defeats Luxus.
SCIPLE IN FRONT OF PLAYERS
Old Style I.imcrw and Met noil nn
Interrxtt nir aintch on Ansocln
tlon Alleys, lrlth Former
Tho Wroth's Cato tam went into tho
lead ' of the Omaha league last night,
when It won the whole scries from the
leading Luxus team,. Only once did the
brewery crowd havo n. chance to win.
This was In tho second game, which it
lost by four pins. K. Sclplo led the
players with a 253 slnglo gamo and a 6G4
total. "Fido" Learns' 639 total was low
for tho cafo team.
The Old Stylo Lagers and Mots rollod
an Interesting match on tho .association
alleys with tho Old Styles coming out
ahead with fc two-game win. Ted Noalo
sunk one of his big totals In again, fin
ishing with a C77 count, made up with
three .consistent games. Ilammcrstrom
was hitting for good counts and piled up
a 606. total, Just thirteen pins ahead of
Howell's big score.
Tho Corey-McKonslcs won two from the
El Paxo team, which was only able to
roll tip a 2,547 total. Carl Johnson's fa
mous horseshoe was hanging on him and
ho cased over a 621 count with throe "good
Last night's results put the Wroth's
Cafo tpam In tho load with tho Luxus
ar.d iloti right behind. Scores:
2d. 3d. Total,
ltTJ 189,' ,v, 539
KW KW 2,960
Stun . ..
.... S73 P62
OLD STYLE LAGER.
IBl. - 20.
i J. WtCKfl...
i Yousem ...
Totals 9W 929 1,075 2,991
' MBTZ llltOS.
1st. 2d. 2d. Total.
Nealn 227 224 K?J 67;
C. Weekos 182 1S6 197 !
Firestone 15 211 2f
Donman ,,.201 12 m 6.J
Conr.vd ,....-lS2 15 2H Ml
Totals .Wfl 99S-l,0r4 .2,997
. 1st. 2d. 3d. Totul.
VVarts US 157 UB u:
J. Jnrosh V192 Ml "1 521
C'umlT.KB 161 I" 212 fo9
.McCarthy .197 1W U.1 M7
Green 151 13 1S2 4
Totals .813 S62 hi 2,617
CORBY & M'KIiNZlE.
lit. ,2d. 3d. Total.
A. Bowers -.lbS 1S1 172 521
Shields 213 IK 201
R. Bowers..., 307 187 153 647
F. Jnrosh.... 142 157 20J UK
U, Johnson .....196 199 232 B-'l
Totals .9W fc 57 2,715
Again tho Storr , "Triumphs were forced
to take the bitter dose of defeat at tho
hands of the'.Po'te Loch teum. Tho
brewers were totally off form and all
with tho exception of Fltr wero unablo
to connect with tho head pin or pick up
sparci. The Pete -Loch team also was
not going good, but managed to iqucczo
two wins out ot the scries. The WI total
rolled by Fits led tho squad and Wiley's
201 ltd In the singles. Tho Jllckey Gib
sons let out and by shooting" a 2,657 total
won tho 'whole series from the Eagles
team. Count von Lee was high In
totals with 56). a few pns uhead of
j"Jlggs" Doherty, who finished with D52.
Tho Eagles wero unable to get started
anl at no time wero close to the "Micks."
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Dober 1M 153 160 471
Shaw M 1SI
Handera 1M 133
Meixel Vr, 1G9
FlU 19! 184
Totals 5CS 792
1st. til. 3d. Total.
NeeChum 10 137 1K ' 405
Nttleon 1S2 159 144 40G
Wiley 154 1C7 Ml M3
Rorey I & 144 1 IRS 515
Norganl. ICS 10 lit 511
Handicap 4 II I 42
76S H1 IT.3 S.520
F. O. 15. NO. 28.
Totals 814 80 sit 2,487
. , lt. 2d. 3d. Total.
Doherty iss 200 ic3 5S2
Dahmke W 225 ltH UK
Hrf.nn,an , lJ 10 l
MHUr 15S 177 1J7 513
10 201 2W 1J (K4
Totals m P77 ti$ siS?
DREXEL SHOE STORE.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Morey 134 HI jr 0G
OMAHA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914.
UK.6 A NIC6
Annatmitr 1W 13 !TI 1M
'Uvlugston . 129 1M 334 ' 414
Baden ;.. 1U 1RZ 142 417
Rauin 1S7 16 K.l 4S6
Totals m 757 7S5
1st. 2d. 3d.
R. Maurcr 117
Dooley '. '.. 133
1st. 2d. 3d
.Sylvester ............ 100
Totals 5S6 708 513
1st. Sd. Sd. Total,
Greesscr 97 98 151 84S
R. Maurer W 111 1S 878
Seaton M 79 W 33
Wcntworth 11.1 so 79 Si
Plckard 114' ' 10$ HI H7J
Totals '648 4S6 610 1641
CInn fJordon Iirngrne.
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Hortif 116 l 147 3W
McTaggart ...132 1S5 ' 147 44
Watson. J2 162 107 Jjo
Totals 373 418 401
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Hamilton 1 129 lKt m
Hislof IW 181 -W
Mulr 157 1 123 4S0
Totals .SW S80 3T9 1.149
.1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Lowdou . f m
Clark 1M 15 10) 390
A. Falconer ....195 139 200 631
T. Falconor 92 ,1
Reed 105 120
....1. ..89' 379 'M I.M1
The yctT was four pins fchead of tlio
Old Stylo Ixigers on totals but still lost
Tho American Express conipany ont
ploycs nre having some lively Umos In
their special matches. r
All the small leagues arc now using
tho foul line rule In preparation for the
Gato City tournament. (
Kenneth Sclplo has fallen In love .with
tho Metropolitan alleys. He Is always
good for a big ono oyer there.
The Wroth's Cofo team started out for
another record breaker with' J.0M in their
first game. They couldn't produqe tho
last g.imo. but managed to finish with a
give theTnToTa chance
Itcllnblr Weltrmnlelit Sure o Hciul
(he Drmlly Illplocoi-ciis to
Many a man probably few women try
It flndn 11 rart' onion highly Improving to
his stato of health when ho Is afflicted
with a sovero cold.
A bacteriologist explains that there Is
no mystery about the onion pure. It Is
not llko a charth whldh ' may prevail
upon a wart to vanish, hut Is vlrtuully
a specific for tho cure of colds in that
tho oil in tho onion kills tho microbes ot
Tho mouth of nearly every healthy per
son contains ii few dlplococcl pnoumonae,
It Is explained., and a cold, which weak
ens reflstaiico, may glvo tho deadly dl
plococcus his chance. It Is, therofore,
Important to treat tho cold gertn as se
verely as he has treated you. Ho Is fas
tidious and does not like onions. Doso
him with raw onions and he dies. As for
tho members of tho tarn. ly ' who. objoct
to onions well,- a man must not give up
his liopo ot escape from tho lurking dl
plococcus merely because lils sisters, his
cousins or Ills aunts abhor tho penetrant
perfume of raw onions.
Largo lusalous onions repose temptingly
amid the green grocer's array of edibles.
But only tho brave who deserve, a'n'd' tiro
ilfrald of, tho fair, daro suggest thor be
ing bought and served raw. Only a few
bold spirits will go so far as to smuggle
them Into the household for consumption
at tho witching time o' night when "hell
Itself breathes out contagion on the
world," and a man who has eaten an
onion should, by comparison, scon) fnnocu.-
ous and uiamclefcs.
But, Inasmuch as a bacteriologist In
dorses the onion as a cold' ourr, and tolls
how It acts. 'lt us bo up and doing with
a heart for any argument-In-prolost that
may bo made. With a Spanish onion as
large as a squash and the "fixln's" that
go therewith, let thoso of us" WnVharb
hitherto lacked, In nolito company, tho
courage of our convictions, go as far as
wo like. The onion has an oil In It', and
the oil has a Latin namo and a-speelfie
function. And pneumonia is a deadly
peril which must bo guarded ' against at
all costs, and In defiance of contumely,
Even If ono hasn't a cold, who can tc)l
what tomorrow, might bring forth? Pre
ventive medicine beats a pound of cure.
MONTANA SHEEP RAISER
WANDERING IN ILLINOIS
CHESTER, III., Feb. .-Spoelal.)-Marloii
F. Dalton of Butte, Mont., a
sheep raiser, was found wandering and
sent to an auylum here. He says he
brought a carload of sheep to Omaha,
whero he lout consciousness while wtli
two strangers. He carriod a chock lor
a large sum.
TAFT W0ULDBE REFORMER
Struggling to Be Such "in Spite of
My Past History."
"PROFESSIONAL" ETHICS TALK
Devotes Address to Consideration
of Criticism of MsMnchnielta
I.atryers anil Conrt
BOSTON, Feb, . "In spite of my past
hlstorj'. X am struggling now ,to be a re
former." Prof. William Howard Toll told
tho Boston University uw School atao
elation tonlrht. Ho devoted much of his
addresj to contldcratlon of a criticism
of Massachusetts lawyers and court pro
cedure which Shermap. Whipple, n law
yer ot this city,- made In his presence, at
Now London, Conn., a few days ago.
Regarding Mri' Whipple's proposal for
a reformation of protedurc, by which
hearsay ovldeneo would be admitted in
court, Prof. Taft said that in his eleven
years 011 tho bench It seemed to him that
If there was one rule moro than another
which tonded to sift out truth It was tho
rule which excluded hoarsay evidence.
Prof. Taft today gavo tho first of a
series of lectures on "professional
othlcs" before tho utidcrRxaauato students
at Boston University Law school. Ho
defended tho lawyers and the Judgos of
the country from what, he tormed "the
partisan and mistaken diatribes of dema
gogues." 1 '
RELICS OF THE REVOLUTION
Vnwlt Sealed latl Years Air Vncov
ercil hy Workmen In
What Is said to b the" biggest find Of
revolutionary rollca In year's was discov
ered by workmen whotunenrthed Jin-underground
vaulf or dungeon,' n the rear
of 'the house at No'. fljLdcust'slroet, on
tho silo of .what was tho rnsldenC'u of
General nassctt. provost marshal of
nillodelphla during the British occu
pancy of the. pity from Dcoembor, 1778.
to June, 1T79. The vault, which wbs
practically airtight, contained a mass of
British nnd Hessian uniforms, muskets,
swords and other military paraphernalia.
Thn find Is declared by historians to be
of Itpmense historical value, because of
tho res.dcnce on the site of tho provost
marshal, who had chargo of tho policing
of tho city under tho martial law de
clared by,. Lord 'Howe, tho commander-In-chief
of tho British army, and of whom
lltllo Is now kntfwn. Tho provost mar
shal, who was a general of tho Hessian
troops, Is said to havo been a tyrant, and
revolting stories nro related of tho man.
ner In which ho treated Ills prisoners.
Tho prjnclpu! object found ij a sword,
doubtless carried by a high'ranklnff of
floor, because of the. decorations on tho
blade and hilt. Another sivord' Is that
carried probably by a sergeant-major or
other non-commissioned officer. It Is
more on tho order of a ,eutlss, being
about thirty Inches In length.1 Anothor
weapon Is a brass fllnt-ockblundorhuss
of Irish friafte, bearing tho dato VifS, On
tho barrel Is tho lnscrlptlon'"Dublln, IC.
D. 477T' followed by the date. Similar
marks aro repeated on tho lock nnd ut'
the butt. Tho munto Is very wide and
the ball fired by the weapon was as large
as a hickory-nut.
In addition to these weapons there
wore, found hooks for handling hot can
non balls and shot; Iron bars, for un
known ures; scarlet uniforms of British
soldiers; helmuta, such as those wori
by the Hessian soldiers; euddle-bags,
glass bottles with various designs blown
in them; shackles, ball nnd chains und
miscellaneous antiques. Tho helmet aljows
signs of decomposition more than -any ot
the other articles. On the ina.dn is
pasted a German nowspapcr datod 1719,
brobnblv for the purposo of making the
hat fit n soldier with h smaller Jirud
than that for which It was Intended.
Another article Im a leather bag, bo
llevrd to have been carried by u dl.
patch rider, which contained brass qrna.
monts stamped with the British Hon.
HOW WE ABUSE OUR EYES
No Other Organ at Human Body C.vtn
Quite an Much lllsky Treat
J . -
j T:e woman whoso eyes suddenly com
j mcaced" to hurt went to consult an qcou
. list eonremlng them. She xeted him
j to Klvo them a perfunctory examination
and 'then make some change In her
glasses, but instead of that he put her
carefully through a number ot tests
and then began 16 question her.
"What have- you been doing to strain
your oyesr asked the physician.
"I?" replied the woman. "I? Why
nothing." . .
"No fancy work of any sort?"
'"Oh, yes, I've crocheted forty table
mats recently, but that wasn't a strain
on my eyes."
"You wear a veil?"
"And you embroider, I suppose?"
"A little. I embroidered a blouso not
for The Bee by
long ago, but tho work wasn't very fine
nnd didn't hurt mo a particle."
"I hate to linvo to put you In n dark
room," sold tho oculist, "but I shnll havo
to do iio for at least a month. You will
not bo nblo to do any fine needle work
for several years. If ever. You must
not go to the theater, nor to motion
picture shows. You may not play cards.
You must rest your eyes absolutely for
months or I will not be responstbla for
"You have been straining your eyes
Ifltlfully for years. Thero aro diseased
spots on the 'back qf them which -will heal
with caro nnd ttmo and perfect rest,
but sight will never be restored to theni
"It is the most curious thing t me."
said tho oculist meditatively, "that peo
ple tako caro of evert, part of themselves
oxcept their eyes. Careful people go to
n, dentist at least twice a year. They
pay tho most rigid attention to their
teeth, yet loss of teeth, however Incon
venient, Is not Irreparable. Artificial
teeth, pivoted teeth nnd bridges can In
largo measure replace natural ones.
"But there Is no substitute for eyes.
One sight Is gono It Is only restored ny
a inlrncle of surgery or by the grace of
God. Why, then, ore eyes so much ne
glected? Why do poopln go to chtwoo
dlsts and to all sorts of hnaler persona
and never consult nn oculist until fright
drives them to him?
"Tho eyes are utilised moro than any
other organ. People read by half light
and lying down, and with tho light 'n
front of them nnd In every othor wrong
way known, nnd expect to retain their
Vision. Thoy nre mighty careful about
their hair; they feel that tholr eyes aro
with them to stny and that nothing can
rob them of these. You .are ono ot those
who Is nbout to discover that eyes stand
only a certain amount ot bail treatment
You will probably consider this matter
at length for tho month that you nro In
that dark room." Uultlnioro sun.
Cushion Ilns C'hnnr.
There. Is ono chance for Curl Cashlon,
tho big right-hander, remaining with the
Nationals. If CsHhlou enn develop nn
underhand dollvnry Im hux a chance of
sticking as a fllngcr, If h falls he prob
ably will bo sent to thn minors. Cashlon
In 11 big right-hander nnd showed lots of
speed, but llttlo control, when lie was
ablo to work Inst year nnd tho season
Magic Versus Reality
There's no mitgic in clothes building by which
good quality can bo conjured out of cheap materials
nnd poor workmanship.
Very often you con buy overcoats and suits nt
what appears to bo a shockingly low price, but there
is where you should bowaro of inferior quality.-
Tn many reduction salos tho clothes offered wore
bought especially for tho "sola" and priced high so
ns to leave room for "a big reduction," li you buy
a suit your "saving" w;U usually exist in your im
agination. AVo are giving sonson-end reductions on our high
.grade Kensington suis and overcoats. Your saving
wjll bo genuine and substantial. It will amount to $5
io $15 por garment (original price tickets on overy
Magee & Deemer
413 South 16th.
CHANGE IN TIME
ROCK ISLAND LINES
KKFUOT1VK ' SUNDAY, FKBHU.VRY B.
A NRW TKAIN TO LINCOLN No. IS will leave Omaha 8:45 a. ta. Ar
riving Lincoln 10:25 . m. noturnlrig, No. 14 will leave LtnpplU
4:05 p. m arriving Omaha 5:47 p. ni.
CGI.OUAW ANlV CALIFORNIA
- . 1:30 in m. inRtead of l:10irf
kd of is 80 p. ni.
IOWA UlOAh I'ASSIJNOKU No. 303 will arrive Omaha ll:3y a. ra. ln
etead' of 12:12 p. m. i " ' .
. ; ' f 4 -
IQU'A LOCAL PAHfjENGUH- No. 302. leaving Omaha at 10 a. m.. J1,
. connect at Avoca' with Carson branch-
CHICAOO-NKUUASKA LIMITED- No. . 14 will continue ,to leave Omahu.
at 6:08 p. m., arriving Chicago 8:09 a. m. '
CONVENTIONS OF P. M.'S
WASHINGTON, Feb. roetmaster
General Burleson announced today that
ho did not approve of postmasters' con
ventions under present conditions. He
snld too mttnh ttmo Is lost On tho part
ot postmasters and other employed, and
that ho was Inclined "to bolleve that at
this tlmo the tendency of the postal serv
ice Is toward over-organltatlpn."
It wan explained, however, ths,t this
reference wan not to "pganire with Uie
service, of official purpoev but ,to numi
ous national, sectional and ntato a isola
tions ot postmasters, clerks and rural and
city letter carriers." The activities ot
such associations Mr. Burleson solo, en
grossed tho attention ot their officers and
agents who are postal employes nnd their
conventions take a largtt part ot all
postal employes away front duty for
several days each- year.
ASKS ALLOWANCE RAISED
SO HE CAN WED POOR GIRL
vrW YORK. Feb. e. Marshall It.
Kernochon. society man, composer and n
momher of nine clubs, asked the supreme
court today to increase 111s allowance so
tknt im could marry a girl without
money. Young Kernochan has been ro
celvlng W.7S0 from the estate or on aunt.
Miss Marie Marshall of Virginia. Who
.loarrlbed in court rs one of th
wealthiest Incompetents In America. H,
wonts his altowano raisoa to iiz.w.
A referee to whom his petition wn
submitted recommended an allowance, o
19,000 on tho ground that Kernochan ha?
been brought up In surroundings which
led him Into extravagance beyond ut
means. The' court reserved decision.
Uxitects to Lick' Otnnts.
Harold McCormlck, ono time" plnoh litt
ler extraordinary of tho' qiantsi who- In
now manager ot the Chattanooga club of
the Southern league, paid a visit to the
Now York club offices last week and alrt
farewell to President Hempstead. Mc
Cormlck Ih going hunting In Georfla, for
n few weeks, and then will go to tk up
his duties In Chattanooga, Ho. has on
exhibition gamo there this spring with
tho, Giants, and expects to beat them.
KXPHEHS No. will arrlvv
m..!a'nd will leave tor Tvest'at I: i
iO p. 01
'M ' '
For further information Inquire Union Slatlon
or City office, 14th and Farnam.
S. McNally, D. P. A. '
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