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KANSAS CITY YIHS
OYER RQHRKE LADS
Athletes Stegt Swell Combat Despite
the Cold,,witn Visitors Win
.. tang, 2 to 1.
PEP SANDEBS TO HURL . TODAY
Taterday being April fool day th.
flock of ardent athlete working- for
Messrs' BUI Armour of Kay Km and Gen
eral Martin ron Hlndenberg Krug of
Omaha, put . on ulna Inning , of vail
patlm at Rourk park yesterday. WTvrn
tha Rsmo wn over the ecor stood i to 1
with' Kay Re on tho long and.
To aay ttva lat the .wrathar yratcr
ay waa punk. Nobody would xp-t ball
playera to put on a real faat anappy
ram, but ' aa . mentioned neforn It Waa
April 1 and tha athlete deelded to do the
A mearer fathering f fan aaanmblad
at tha ball yard to taka a cr.anra on
tha weather and they at a mighty good
gama. Umpt Van Sickle waa loaded with
pep and huaUad the battla thfouglrln an
. hour nd thirty minute.
Flrrera Make Caaata, f
The American aaaorbtlon 'gtnka didn't
ahow much mot apead than our aide
van though of a olaaa higher. They
acored two runa In tha aecond Inning oft
of Ralph THllla when Poc Payne let a
couple of chance trtr-kle through him.
Voc'a finger, war 'cold and Ho couldn't
make 'em wrap around tlio'plll properly.
Alao Chirk Mat tick, late of thk circuit,
dropped a lucky pop fly safely In the
left and Whan pumd a chunk, a lltti
off inaction. ' Thla with a gratia rria
to Lillvelt, tha first aiaa up, netted lh
two runa ' ", ' . ' r
Omaha could acora but one tally -off
Alllaon and Mailman. The former, a lean
right niuxta'r, ,n bumped genirouly,
but tha runa tailed to count ' for aoma
reaaon or other. liallman, a noutlipaw,
waa exceedingly . itlngy. .
Doo Payne opened tha fifth round with
a ripping alngle to right and after Krug
wMff4 went to aecond on Thoinacon'
poke to center. Ilueuiman tried to rut
Morrla Rath with blow throuxh third
and Doc i-anipcred home before Mettlck
could fUld th h!t!i . -.
Thirteen araed a Kaanay
la every alrtgla Inning aome Rourka got
on. but failed to court-Thirteen of the
local clan wero left atramled pleading for
aaalstanre at aoma time during tha com
Ralph Wllila and Ceben Cloeman did
tha hurling for Omaha, Both performed
qulto gracefully and affectively. Tha
coring off of Wlllla waa pretty much a
Btatlor of luck. " .. . .
Tha game yeatefday showed that tha
Hourka teajin flta' pretty well .together
with one or two exceptions. If Kourka
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Kensington arc distin-,
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trustworthy in tailoring '
and (quality considered)
, arc the most economical
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$20. $23. $30. $33.
LET US SHOW YOU
KENMOR fV'ITS at 1 Oreat
Juk vry on aold mere a I
fnrnd made. ;
LAiiTWl llata. tiilrt. Col la i a. -Nblr
for tiien who atipr lata .
ttt nestet an U;L ' ' 1
41 i South 5iBw ,
aa n .
I VvOZ. 00T
THAT - ITS
aoomvN- a. rock of
TOUR HEAD IN DEWET
geta rreddle Thomae from Cleveland he
will b fixed. Pick Breen did not get
In tha game yeeterday. but probably will
be In ahapa for the Indlanapolla aeriea.
andera tm Work Today.
Pep Handera, who laat year heaved a
few combat for tha Rourkea and alao
peAtlmed for tha etor. will work In the
gam today. Thla time he will pitch
for Kaaaaa City and, although Kmg dla
llkea to be dlsoourteoua or Impolite, he
Infenda that tha Rourke shall taka Mr.
Handera to a trimming. Tha gama today
will ba called at I o'clock.
3. Kane, well known Sioux and enemy of
Omaha, waa seen In the grandatand lamp
ln the fray. Jimmy looking fine. It
nan been playing baaket ball all wlntor
la Trenton. N. I., and la ready to don the
pangle without mucl workout. He ex
pect to Join the Sioux In spring training
,. . AJJ. It. H. (I. A. E.
Rath. 3b k a l a i i
ompton. cf t 0 1 0 0 0
Tltue. rf t 1
Illvolt. h I t U M (i
Mattiok, If 8 13 10 0
Wortman, aa 4 i l 1
Teerh. 2b 4 0 1 S a
(relhle, c t 0 0 X 0
Mnrra, c 1 A j o 6
Aliiiein. i.j. x 0 I i a
liallman, p 1020
Totala s zi M t
AB. R, M. O. A. B.
Payne, Sb 6 1 " t 3 3 a
Knm. 2b J I i
Thomaaon, cf I 0 1 S O 0
Hiieiuinan, rf 0 1 1 0 0
(.nniey. ir.....,..w.. i . I I
r.rhllebner. lh...t.. S 14 1 0
U halen, aa 3 A l 0 1 I
fcnigrr, e a o 1 . t i o
Kafnra,, o-.... 1 0 1
Wlllla. p I 0 0 J 0
Cloaman, p.. 10 0 14 0
Total c . n 18- 1
Kansap City , v. .
Hna 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0- f
" 1 I 1 ' Z 4 1-4
Omab , ... .
Nun 0 0 ft 1 0 0
, lta 1 I 1 I -H t 1 I oS
Twri-bao hit: Knig, Payne, Whnlen.
Paorlfln hits: Urllvelt.'r'chnebner. Krua.
Kafora. Tliomason (2.' Double plays:
'evneo Kniegerto S.-hllelmer, Tesh to
nlnn; off liallman, I In lour Innlnua; off
Wlllla, 5 In five Innings.' off t'losman. I
ln"lnf- ''t bases: Kanaa
City, 10; Omaha, U Struck out: My Alli
son, i- hv H..lln,. ,-l . ' .
'5,1b""" Wllila. off t'loeinit. off
"';"'" uaiiman, s. nit hv pitched
ball: Krug by liallman. Time: !:.
i uii'irv; an B1CKI.
Federal League ' r
CHICAGO. April 1. Tha Federal
schedule makera have wiped out fifty of
ne conrilcta with teams of Organlaod
Haae Hall a they appeared on last vear'a
achedule. It Waa announced today by
Secretary Thomas tuimore. aith whom
coplea of the 19U chart vera fll. r.
release, probably April T. Th ehedula
provide for a lM-dsr campaign, eloalng
October I. .
Tha opening. day. April 10, will find Kt
LUls at Chicago. Plttaburah at If.....
City, Newark at Baltimore A M..ff.i
at Brooklyn. Bt. Iula' first home gam
win d April. . . it with Chicago: PUta
burgh'. April 17, with Kanaa City;
Newark. April W, with Baltlmora. and
Buffalo. April It, with Brooklyn.
Team Trims Colonels
ATLANTA. Ua.. Anrll 1 -Th. Ati..i.
fouthern association team defeatel IaH
vllle of th Anterlcan association here
Louisviu ...'.'.'."..'......'!!!!!!! it
Hetterlr.; Pearenn. Allen end "liiimler:
Terry, Kills and I'lnmons.
X)IA-MBIA. 8. C. April l.-The Colunt
bla 8oulh Atlantic league team' defeated
the Philadelphia AthJetlce her today.
Alvarea truck out Walsh and fohang
with th bases full, floor; R 1? K
Athletir " IJ i
Columbia 7 U i
Hattertea: Bush. la1s and aVhane:
Wimams, Alvare. and btuart "",,n-
Dr, Roller Wins
from Jimmy Esson
MONTREAL. April l.-Dr. Roller of
Seattle. . heavyweight wrratlr H.f...i
Jimmy F.ua. th 8cotehtnaa, who hoid
the rliarlonsblp of Oreat Britain. In a
bout here laat nlrbt. twa nut .f Wm.
falls. V-ssoq obtained th first fall. The
w rc.uing was at ratch-a-cati h-can.
(armudr Threw. AldrtVb.
HTRACI-bK. Neb.. April 1-tSpeclal.)-
aiody ..f Uim p;. ,nd W aller H. Aldrtoh
v. u.i..H, ain, waa
aor by urmwly, The (Irst tall went
to AU'rlrh in U S... the end ta Carmody
In l and the third alao to htm lit 16 .
Itrrnsn Iluretman waa rrre. The
lireiimuiarlea were by Uaatera and Km.
Mm two loa men, and both wer. won by
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WILLARD PLANS HIS
"White Hope" and Associates Pre
paring for Celebration of His
Return to U. S. as Hero. .
THEN TO 00 ABOUND THE W0ELD
HAVANA, i Anrll l.-M. J. Iflnkel of
Cleveland was today named alternate
referee for tha Johnson-Wlllard fight next
Mcnaay. in case or mammy or .ack
Welsh to act Hinkel will referee. The
decision waa reached at a meetlnr of
the principal and promoter held late
today. At tha same time Bob Vernon
of Nlw York waa appointed official time
keeper or the club, with Ben Harris, alao
of New York, aa alternate. Bam Ieonard
of Toronto Is tha timekeeper for Johnson.
Otto Floto of Denver was named time
keeper for Wlllard.
The routine In both cemna beaan earlv
today. The pugilist were on the road
at sun up to avoid th heat. Their aprlnts
and walk are being cut duwn daily.
Confident of Victory.
Wlllard and hla followers are an con.
fldent of Victory that they have nlannnd
a triumphant entry Into th United Hates
pf.th "new champion" a few days afer
th battle. . They exoect to make a. tour
of th principal cttle of Cuba on April
i and 7 If Wlllard' condition permit,
and then go to New Tork by way of
Key West, stopping at various place en
rout. Wlllard expect to ba tha nrln.
clpal figure at a great recontion in Hull.
on Square Garden. Later . he says , he
win make trip ground the. world. Hla
plan Is much like the one made bv Jof.
frte prevlou to hi defeat at Renal He
has no particular plan if lie homld lose!
" inard aay that fighting la a business
Drontiflltinn mlth 1,1. n . . 1. .. . . .
' ........... in.i nr ocara
nc enmity toward hla opponent. He aay
!pat he witj enter tho ring calm and de
ermined to win. because he needa the
money and know he can win It In the
Johnson, too, aay he has no hard feelt
Inge for hi opponent and would Ilk to
be on friendly term with all of them
before and after hi fight. He boxes
because there Is money In it and not for
the lov of fighting.
Johnson haa Interests In Franc and
after hi' bout with Wlllard extent.
return to the continent and ettle down
for good. II he win over Wlllard h
probably will visit Bouth America for ex.
hlWtlon boui. before going to Europe,
but If he loses he will return to France
at once. A a wlnnr h. miiu k .
- ..v "... tra .uie Ml
mak plenty of. money by giving xhlbl-
Lkna 1 a i i
,n greteat dealr of hi
lire to retire as undefa. k....i...
champion of tha world.
Meet Telle. '
Johnson and Wlllard hav m.i .
occaalon since they cam t Havana.
mey exenanged only a few word
Previously they had nav.r .. tv
encountered Wlllard unexpectedly Let
...., in. I'nampion waa dressed
r1 i?. ' rh,t' flnI,, ,u,t' wh" ht
nd whit shoes, and waa wearing a big
diamond atud and rirnr. xrm-...
dremd modestly In a blue ault and Pa n-
... nau al, wearing iarge
Johnson seemed studlnn.lv i ..,1.1
Ing tha allghtoat attention to hi. antago" '
nisi. laiKlng loud V t him fl.-..
lard In the meantime carefully w.t.hed
v.in.una every move.
Outwardly Johnson 1. .u
w . .vuuurni-1,
bVt In th. privacy of hi training quar-
n right seriously. Thla
la aomething new In Johrm
many of hla follower, to Icllcv. that he
,r a nar(I niatch.
W lllard dKia not aeem to b. .n
"L" ov" ' "PProachlng battle. ut he
' "r severe .train nevertheleaa. Th.
mere glamor of the cham.inn.t.i..
ntly doea not appeal to him aa strongly
v .ia. 19 Jonnapn,
The fight will be ln .1 i.n w....'
Cubs Trounce Giants
CHATTANOOGA. Tenn . April t-Cln.
clnnatl defraud the Chattanodga outh-
rn aamiriatlon Uim here today by a
ninth-inning rally. aVore: ' R 11 v
Cincinnati i' . r1
Chaltsimoge ..!.'... " 2 t
HalleiM..; Klttery. rVrm-idor and
CIuiko r-ooln; Harding, Hill and Kltcli.
SAVANNAH, J.. April l.-The Chi
cago National eaaily defeated th New
Tork American here toray. Brown waa
batted hard. Score: R H K.
Cl.i. o 7- ,
Nw ork 5 3
Bsttns: Lavendrr, Adama and Arch
er, Breanahan: Broan. Col. and eaeeney
MACON. Gl., April l.-Th Boston NV
tlonals defeated the Cleveland Ameri
can asaoclatloa teira her today. Sour.:
. R. H. E.
Boetoq 4 1 a
Htu.r: Rudolph, llnahra and llowdy
Oaboruv. Kalii-r. Ja:n- ami hnrstak
'OMAHA. FJMDAY. Aran,
ME -J UE,,oO(iHT
WAE ON ALCOHOL
(Continued from Page One.)
between their force to tha weitt of th
I Nlemen and thoae north of the Narew.
Without the poneesston of Oaaowetx to
protect their flank the advance, of either
one of the German armies Is regarded
here a practically Impossible.
The fortification of Ossoweti are re
ported to have suffered little from th
protracted German bombardment.
RERUN. April l.-(By Wireless to Say
ville.) A correspondent of th Berlin
Lokal Anxelger reports that tha fighting
northeast of the road runnlnr from
Tllelt to Heydekruge, In Eaat Prussia, la
proceeding favorably. Cold and clear
weather favor th operation.
Tho condition of Russian nrlaonera
taken at Tauroggen waa bad, according
to l ma correspondent A trlklngly large
number of elderly men wa among them.
and many of them wer footsore. Tau
roggen itseir and many other village
have Buffered by shell fir, and burning
hamlet light the horixon along this sec
tion or the frontier.
The newspaper of Berlin display promi
nently today article from tha London
prea. dealing with th alleged unsatis
factory course of recruiting and with th
difficulties Great Britain la experiencing
in getting sufficient supplies of ammuni
The. recant achievement of German
aubinarlne are regarded by Berlin paper
a nothing mor than an Indication of
tremendously increased activity soon t
bo In this treacherous branch of ' war
fare. , .... . ,.:.
Tener Has Glimpse
Of Harmony Among ;
Leagues of Base Ball
CHICAGO. April 1. Internal trif
among th big base ball leagues ha
given placa to harmony, for a tlmo at
least, according to John K. Toner, presi
dent or the National league,
"The season of 1915 promise to be on
of th beat profession baa bail ha ex
perienced." he said. "Th war In Europa
will keep people with money to spend
her at horn and their attention natur
ally will turn to outdoor sporta"
Mr.' Tener, Mr. Tener and a part of
friend, all of Philadelphia, stopped off
In Chicago on their way horn from tha
ranama-raclflc International exposition,
where they asntated at the dedication of
th. Pennsylvania building. : .'
Before hla depnrture tonight, Mr. Tener
conferred with B.-B. Johnson, president
of th. American league.
Trim the Virginians
NORFOLK. Va.. April 1 The Phlla-
dedphla National defeated the Norfolk
Virginia league team here today. Score!
r., ., .... H.H.Et
Norfolk , S t 4
Hattmiee: Philadelphia, Jacobs and
Adams: Norfolk, Humphrica, Cochran and
I . '
Memphis Loses to
The Detroit Tigers!
MEMPHIS, April l.-The Detroit Ameri
cans defeated th Memphis Southern as
sociation club here today, T to 0. Score:
r, . ' R.H.B.
Detroit , 7 1
Memphis ...A 1 0
l-atterlra: Detroit Covelrakl. Smlthaon
and IVter; Memphis, Shirley, K. Whtt
and Bchlel. Martin.
TWO MORE MEN LET
GO By CUB MANAGER
CHICAGO. April 1. Two mor players
war released by the Chicago National
j league club today. Russell Robblna. a
i left-handed pitcher dratted from the
j Saginaw. Mich., team last fall, waa re
leased to th Kansas City association
team. Pitcher Oaorg MdConnell was re
leased unconditionally. H was pur
chased laat fall from the Buffalo club of
the International league.
Aata Pal at Fwlrkary.
KA1RBI.KY, Nab., April t-Speclal.)
-President C. W. Crawford of th. Fair
bury Ba. Bail association, i making
arrangement with th Marldan Auto
Polo company for an .xbtblllon at the
baa ball park at Fait bury th first week
la May. H. D. Nlblack, manager of th
Marldan Aute Polo company, ha ae
cpt.d Mr. Crawford' term. Tht com
pany la wintering at Belvlder. and will
com t. Falrbury for th. exhibition he
fur, going to Belleville, Kan. It 1 aeld
thla company exhibited at Hastings last
yr and draw remarkabl. crowd.
In addition te th. aute polo game. Mr.
Crawford expect to sla. a couple of
baa. ball games. The affair will hat
th backing of the Kali-bury faaa
iT'Ll- TAKE A
THAti TOU TO
CALL. ME NAMES.'
BAEHR COMES TO CAPITAL
Nebraskan Consul at Berne Tells of
Exodus of Americans from
IS NOW ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE
(From a Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON. April 1. Special Tele
gram.) Max J. Baehr, American consul
at- Berne. Swltxerland. who arrived laat
week on th. Italian ateamshlp America,
occampanled by Mr. Baehr and daugh
ter, came to Washington today, Mrs.
Baehr and Mies Baehr havjng left for
their homo In St. Paul, Neb., Saturday.
Mir. Baehr haa been granted a leave of
absence bv Secretary Rrvan In ord.. th.t
ho may ro to Clenfuegoa. Cuba, where he
ha large Interests, and which require
th personal attention of the consul, the
war In Europe having very seriously han
dicapped affairs tn the "Gem of the Antilles-Mr.
Baehr will be Joined In" Cuba by
Mr. Cady of St Paul and several other
Nebraskans who are Interested with him
In suburben real estate in that city, to
which he wa at one time accredited ae
Make Knvtable Record. '
Arnotig a number of American repre
sentatives of the consular service In
Europe Max J. Baehr ha made for him
self an enviable record during the trying
time Incident to th breaking out of th
war, tho consulate at "Berne Being the
mecca to which not only American, but
Britlslf, French and GKerman subjects
turned for help and succor.
"The greater part of the American
travelers were women." said Mr. Baehr
today. . "Having but little practical
knowledge of local conditions, of martial
or aeml-martial law or at the necessity
of -the Swiss government to taka all mili
tary precautions' possible' before th" de
sires of the 'tourists could be considered,
a virtual panic wo the result. Hun
dreds flocked out of the country districts
to the cities. Hotels, pension and pri
vate boarding bouses were overcrowded.
Rash for Passports.
"Th rueh for passport commence ci Im
(II III Ill
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ACTION, ACTION, ACTION is the
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tion or picturing the "wild west" these
relieve the "tension" with a good chew of
Here's what you get when you tate the STAR "tip" from
these seasoned chewers : '
A thick plugr, which means that you get more of the mellow
chewing leaf and that a STAR pluy; won't dry out like a
A plug that never varies in
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The Bee by George McManus
RWHT-IT lb THIRTT
THE ame. OAT
1 MET TOO -
mediately. Many persons believed that
the possession of a passport was all that
was necessary In order to obtain Immedi
ate transportation through Swltxe-land,
Haly, France and Germany direct to the
United States without delay. Tho pass
port fee became burdensome because of
th lack of small currency. I recom
mended Its discontinuance, which, ,1 am
pleased to say, was after a little while
acquiesced in by an executive order.
"Red tape wa cut wherever possible,
my sole desire being ' to aid my fellow
countrymen and women with expealtlon,
sppreolating their several necessitle. And
I am pleased to eay that of th thousands
of dollar cabled to the consulate for the
relief of American cltlsens of other na
tionalities whose interests we were n.
trusted With looking after hot one dollar
Mr. Baehr when asked how long he
believed the war would lajt fllninmoti.
ally answered that H might conUnue for
months and It might run another vp.
as the end was not now anywhere near
Bitter Aaralnat Aaatrla.
Asked If ho believed Italy would event
ually get Into the war on the aide nf th
allies, he replied It would or else a
revolution would ensue, as the tlallans
were greatly Incensed: at thu'tn.tiH.n.
but not seemingly against the Germans.
air. Baehr requested Secretary Bryan
for leave of absence In th early part of
th year, but waa refused on th ground
that, every American consul In Europe
wa needed at hi post Imperative busi
ness conditions needing his presence In
Cuba, Mr. Baehr renewed his request, as
th worst waa over in Switzerland. Again
hi request was denied. Then he cabled
hi resignation, which was responded to
by Secretary Bryan, with permission to
leave the consulate for the purpose out
lined in th' eformer correspondence. -.If
Mr. Baehr can straighten out his business
affairs In Cuba ha wfll gw back to-SwIt-aerland.
but If not he Will quit the con
sular aervlc and look after his Interests
both in Nebraska and Cien'fuegos!
He will leave Saturday for Havana. Ii
th meantime paying his respect to the
ecretary of Btate and the officials In
charge of the consular service.
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RANDOLPH, Neb.. April 1. (Special
Telegram.) At the closing session of tlip
Third district mooting of tho Federated
Women's clubs held t Randolph the
following were elected:
Mrs. . F. Krsklne of Norfolk, presi
dent. Mrs. .E. C. Houston of Tekamah, vice
Mr. George Wlltse of Randolph, sec
The resolutions committee submitted
their report and thanked all who hsd
been a factor In making the convention a
success. Thp choice of meeting place for
tho next, year will be in the bands of the
new president, ? ear -?kine of Norfolk.
Ask Better Snnu Rate.
LINCOLN. April l.-(Speclal.)-A com
plaint was filed with the State Railway
commission this morning against three
I railroads asking for better facilities and,
! a lower scalo of rates on sand from
!, Kiethley's spur, near Superior. The com
plaint runs against the Burlington, the
Northwestern and the Missouri Pacific.
The latter two roads parallel and a switch
between the two Is asked.
When costive br troubled with consti
pation take Chamberlain' Tablet. They
are easy to take and most agreeable In
effect Obtainable everywhere. Adver
tisement . ,
WASHINGTON, April 1. (Special Tele
gram.) Wyoming pontoff Ires established:'
Castle, Goehen county. Mrs. Cora Me
Oraw. ,poetmaster: Shorty, Campbell
county, Milton Turley, postmaster.
icharrl O. Webster of Omaha has ben
appointed a bacteriologist In the Agri
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