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TIIK BEK: OMAHA, THURSDAY, A1MUL 1. 1115.
, RHSS ROLLING OH
German Critic Says Supreme Com
mand Should Do Everything
to Avert Invasion.
FETROGRAD VERY OPTIMISTIC
Camera Catches Jack Johnson;
Fat Two Weeks Before Fight
LONDON, March 31. Russian
forces from Prsemysl ara already
taking their place side by Bide with
the troops irho have for weeks pant
been striving to carry the Carpathian
passes In the face of stem opposi
tion by the Austrian and Germans.
The presence of a division Erom
Prsemysl on the Carpathian front la
noted in the Austrian official com
munication. ; , '
That this Is a struggle of the greaV
est importance, the result of which
will "exercise a strong effeet on the
entire situation."' Is pointed out by
Major Moraht, the military critic of
the Berlin TageblaU. who adds:
"Th supreme army commanA has
srounda enough fan- employing all 41a
poeebla forces to avert a Russian Irrup
tion into the Hungarian plains."
In'thta region, psjtlcularly along the
Bartfeld-lJMok front, tha Russian cto,
according- to the official statement, trojn
Petrograd. "are aevt-Jotiuagr with perfect
success, notwithstanding tha enemy's
The nature of the' fighting indicated
hy tha am official cera musics tloa which
tella of desperate counter attacks, jsays
that the Russians captured OA Bund ay
asd Monday, last, aavontyalx .frioer.
iVtt man and a great number of guns.
The' Austrian hv Improved, their ad
vantage of having forced the Roaaiana to
-withdraw front Bufcowlna, fhr la an aV
vance Xrom Cseraowlti the Russians ad
mit the Austria crossed the Russian
frontier and advanced half war to
:hotln. Already the Russians are sending
troops to that section , to repel the ia
In the western war area attacks and
counter attacks, wtth -varying degrees ef
success, are reported. The German oon-
tlnn to , bpmbard the bridges around
-Xteupoit, while from the eea to tha
Alan and In, Champagne there Kavo
Heea artillery actions. The " seriousness
ut the battle for Hartmanns-Weilerkopf.
in Alsace, is shown by tha fact that tha
bedie et 700 German dead have been
Kansas City and
: Eourkes to Battle
; Two Combats Here
'Too Kaunas City American aasoeiaiion
team: win battle tha Rsurkes at Rourke
park today and tomorrow, providing- of
eooraw tha weather, which has toeea out
tin?., considerable figure around Omaha,
permit. Tha Blues are on their training
trip and Marty Krug Intends to give
tbni . litUe training when her strek
' here. ' The gam, will be called at k
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WhwIhC' ' ' ''"" '' ' Kansaai City.
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Krug...,..J .(fecund Baa.,.-
Whalfn,.. ,..8hortato .....Wcrtmen
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..Third Bane. ......... Teach
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...Riht rusw .....iStw
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Styles Sner .George
f'lssman Pitcher ... ...Allison
Johnsoa.. PKcher Baakt
?lolett .Fitchee- ! "trSoS
William Huey Beats
; Daly at Billiards
CHICAGO," March William Huey of
Chicago, by 'defeating John Daly of fitw
Tork., JlmiaXe4 liim tonight from a
triple, tl and will meet Oeorga Moor of
New fark tomorrow night for tha threa
nsfatoa. hfUiarg, championship , f tha
' fv. , .' ' '
Huey wan, to to . la alnety-ana In.
wags. Each had a high ma of four, Daly
gave hi opponent a hard run at tha fin
ish and climbed from thirty-eight In two
-una of four each, while Huey atood at
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$ENI0R MEDICS WIN
;J GAME FROM JUNIORS
' In a bSe hall gams between the seniors
: and Juniors of tha Cretghton Medioal
. college at Rivervtew park Tuesday after
' noon the senlora won. It to 1 V. H. Kla-
tenmachar of tha Omaha Council Bluffs
- 3treet Railway company filled tq as
.pitcher for the senior ana allowed only
Your hit. W. D. Quackenbuah of 'the
tret railway company played outfield
Tha gam, da spite the score, was de
cidedly Interesting and well played con
tdering the season.
JIM COFFEY KNOCKS
' - OUT BUFFALO BOXER
NEW TORK. March Jl.-JIm Coffey.
-the "PuWrn Giant," knocked out On
' , Round'' Davis, the Buffalo heavyweight.
-with a right smash to the Jaw in the
. third round of a ten-round match here
j Coffey scored knoekdowna In the first
and second rounds.
Webster Asks for
John Webster aska that rormlwr
of tha rnllmpsent rlub take rluo notlrv
of the Tart that on next Monday night the
dinner of the organisation will be served
at the Fontonelle. In order that the Indli-a
may be acoomrrodatod. It being one f the
club's tare "ladle- nlrhta." Mi. b
Kler aaka that mrmlH-rs notify him of
their Intent lnn as to attendance by not
later than Saturday of thla week. In order
that proper ariangementa may ha made.
The speaker for the evening will be
Dr. Charles AV. Zuelitlng of ChlraRo, nnd
his toplo will be The Democracy of
American IjTttora." tr. Zuebllng, who
baa never been heard here. Is known as
one of the most notable of American
platform aieakeis. and hla heaicra are
promised an iinumial opportunity to bear
a gifted man deal with, a, subject on
which he Is thoroughly well qualified to
TEN P0ST0FFICE CLERKS
GET INCREASES IN PAY
Ten clerke In the Omaha postoffire have
bee promoted and granted (100 Increases
In salary, effective April 1. The pronvv.
tlcns are for efficiency and term of ferv.
Ice, Postmaster J. C. Wharton pays.
These clerks received the advances:
Cecil A. Bacon, Karl Oanmer. Waller
R. Anderson, Raymond J Bamford, Al
bert J. Hero. Miss H. Mary Horn. lo W.
Kennebeok. Edward K Moore. Mlsa Clara
L. reteraon. Frederic A. Rlttcr.
COCK WEEPS AS HE
TESTIFIES AGAINST WIFE
Krneat L. Cook, a ahMil teacher, wept
as he gave testimony which resulted In
the eremtnu of a divorce from his wife.
Mrs. Klsle Chrlstene t'ook.
He tesltried that she hsd left him anfl
had said she no VmEer loved him. He
secured custody of a child
Cookie testimony was Interiupted by
an outburst if emotion while he oc
cupied Hie wltne.s tnnd.
lie was ivpreaeuted hv former .Turtse A
I. ftutton and the waa stcned by
Judge W. A. Kedlck, who succeeded Put
ton on Hi bench.
who have been lounalng In the municipal
building recently, the superintendent of
the building wss directed to remove thse
BORROWS RAZOR TO SHAVE
AND FINDS HE IS PINCHED
WALLACE OF BROOKLYN
NF.W YORK, March Johnny Ki'.
bane of Cleveland, world's fealherw-elalit
champion. outrKlntod Kddle Wallace of
Brooklyn in a ten-round bout In Brooklyn
Johnny Dundee, Now York, outfought
I-'rankle CalUihun of Brooklyn In a ten
round bout Dundee wcltthcd l!SVl and
Callahan 1S3. '
Jie Kovach. charged with rbblng the
residence of Mike Timm and Mike
Fekele, lens Capitol avenue was ar
rested Tuesday evening at the home of
Frank Vsrcbely, Hlxth and Nicholas
streets, where he went lo borrow a rssnr
to sha-e. While In the operation of
shaving Varehely covered hlin with a
gun and held him for the police. He was
arraigned In police court and bound over
n Ihe district court. Varehely, un lie
known to Kovnch, was a pnrilcular friend
of the two men robbed and had known
that the police were locking for the man
for more than a week. Kovach and
Varebvly were mere acquaintances.
CHURCH HOWE IMPROVES
UNDER TREATMENT HERE
Major Church Howe, formerly In the
Cnltcd states consular aetwice and well
known Ncbraskan, has ben in thnaha for
several days under treatment for one of
his eyes, as an aftermath of a hoepltal
operation whlrh he underwent at lAn
coln. Hla son, Herbert R. Howe, hna been
with him most of the tlmo nnd reports
ratle'actory Improvement of the patient.
STORZ DEUCJOUS BOCK BEER SEATS FOR LOUNGERS ARE
Don't nilas It. Nothing supetlor to U
has evrr been brewed. A genuine long
aged mellow bock. On draught and In
bottle on and after April 1. Watch for
the Stora'' algn. Phone for a case for
your home. (Web. 1260).
REMOVED FROM CITY HALL
Pro Bono Publico, Veritas, TsPver
and other publicists have been doprlvod
of their soat In the city hsll lobby. On
account of the many political hangers-on,
GRAIN RECEIPTS LIGHT
AND MARKET IS DULL
tit was a dull grain ' market with re
ceipts light and evoTyth'.tiir lower, though
there were reports that Enrope was bld
UlnK lor large quantities at wheat to be
rrportcd next week. ,
On 'the Omaha 4jraln exchange wheat
reoelpta were elercn cars, wlta the prices
ll.lfAii to tl.ST. one-half Vent linder Tues
day. Corn receipts a'ere thirty-two cars,
prices ranging arounJ fV cents to t!Vi
cents, or slmul one-fonrth cent under
prices f Tuesday.
Theie were eighteen cars of cats and
Ihcy sold st MH cents to S4' cents, one
nusrter i onc-hlilf cent off.
Improvers Protest ,
Poutlwiist Improvers at thCtr club meet
ing lost night registered an emphatic
protest against the proposed ordinances
to permit railroad track between Ninth
and Fifteenth and Howard and Jackson
streets. They said the crossing of Tenth
street hy tracks would be Immensely
dimgcroim to the heavy street railway and
street traffic on the line that serves their
particular territory and besides la one
of the most important In Omaha. The
council will be Importuned to kill tha
SCHOOL BOYS MAKE TRIP
THROUGH SMELTING WORKS
Two hundred . school boys visited the
smelter yesterday with ' Secretaries
Flower, Mayf'r, Mhunts and F.nton of th
Young Men's t'hilstlsn association. Similar-
trlpr will be made to. the Armour
packing plant and the Cnlon raelflc shops
Thursday and Friday mornings. Mem
bers of the boys' department of the as
sociation ami their friends over 12 years
of age are elliftlile to make the trips,
which are Intended to instruct the lads
in -the nature and Importance of the
STCRZ FAMOUS BOCK BEER
The finest evr brewed in Omaha. On
draught and in bottles on and after April
1. Phone Chas. Htors (Web. 1K) for a
case for yeur home.
N In tit Const Relieved.
Dr. Bell's PlrwwTar-Honey eases your
cough, smithes the lungs and Invites aleep.
Only SSc. All druggists. Advertisement.
SENDS FAMILY TO THEATER
AND COMMITS SUICIDE
A'ler' telling hla wile and gfapdehliaren
to go to the theater and enjoy them
selves, John F.. Stringer.' retired business
man: aged M and living ' at at South
Twenty-elKth avenue, ended his life yes
terday afternoon by gas asphyxiation.
Ho waa found by .hla wife when'-she
returned. ' '
HAVANA. March -SL Jack Johnson is
fat sot hg -fat, as hss been slleged, but
of ample girth, to say the least. The ac
companying photograph waa taken Just
two waeks before the date settled for th
negro's appearance in the ring against
Tees "WTHard for the heavyweight cham
pionship of the world.'
Judging by hla ' auia. Johnson should
enter the ring against Willard In about
th suae physical shape ha wss In when
he fought Frank Moran la Paris lsst
summer. It wss reported then he weighed
shout gal pounds. .
Johnson weighed 04 pound when he
fought Jim Jeffrie at Reno, Nev., July
1 1518, and 106 pounds when he fought
Tommy Bums In Rusheutters Bay, Aus
tralia, m 190,-
Ia bs good enough yet to stop WUlard
the big ungainly white hope,, who will
weigh about t?
Willard ia a tighter much after the Gal
veston n euro's style. WUlard likes to waitt
to make the other man lead and, content
himself with blocking punches On' Ms
forearms. When Jeaa trlea to' tight fast
he gets as wild as a hare and leaves him-
self open to a clever boxer, one who has
sufficiently long resah to get tq him.'
..Too much -waiting will not be to John-
eon's liking because after fifteen rounds
have elapsed Johnson wli) have . been In
the ring an hour. .That Is a, long tlm
for a man of hla age. . Expert f.gure
that Johnson will feign groggtness and
distress to lure Jesa Into cutting wide open
In an attempt to finish him. Then they
look for the negro to step In and by su
perlor boxing sblllty knock the, whit
DAVENPORT. Ia.. March M.-The
Three-1 Base Ball league completed an
eight-elub circuit hers today by voting
In Rock Island sad Dubuque.
The other towns represented are: De
catur, Bloomlngton. Davenport, Peoria,
Mollne and Quincy.
A split schedule o; IK gantea will be
played, opening April '-9 and cMiii, Rep.
It is not certain that Ho k Island will
WHITE SOX BEAT YUMA
AND HELPJUT OUT FIRE
'. YUMA, -Arts., March St. Th Chicago
Americans, first team and Turns players
helped flremea extinguish a fir In a
residence near th has hall park her
today. The Whit Box then beat Tuma,
'g It It Secretary Lane of tha Interior
department was a spectator of th game.
XaktBaT C Work Possible.
Aa long as on la on hi fact. h can
.work after a fashion, no matter how
badly he feels. But you cannot do good
- work hav ambition and energy, feu that
.life ta worth living with sluggish bowels
.or torpid liver. Foley Cathartlo Tablets
do away with that drowsy, dull, tired
reeling. They never grip or cause
jvauaea. They're wholesome, cleansing
and healthful. Moat satisfactory for
'4tout persons. Pold everywhere Adver
tisement. - ,
wholesale laying of mines. Than Em
land will find itself surrounded by a new
circle of mines and Ita mastery of the sea
will be at an end."
German Subseas Will
Mine English Waters
ROTTERDAM, March 31.-(Vla Loo-
don, March II. German newspapers re
ceived her contain reports of a lecture
by Maxlmilllan Harden, editor of Die
Zukanft, tn which the prophecy ia made
that there will be a further extension of
Germany's submarine activities.
"As soon as w succeed in extending
the rsdius of action of our bigger sub
marines," iierr Hsrden 1 quoted a
having said, "they will be used for the
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The body is dose-fttthq with natural
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edges of th? coat may be plain, or fin
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in the illustration.
The MORNING COAT is a necessity
as the recognized style for church wear,
for noon weddings, tor public meetings,
for the afternoon call and for all dress
occasions in the day time.
Its cost is slight compared with tne .
important place it fills in the modern
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