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"THE RPLE -VOO
HAVE VOUR CHOICE
OF EITHER THl-b
THE VAsr i
GOOFS TRIMMED BY
fnuik Huelsman Starts Two Rallies
with Big: Stick and Blodgett
Loses, 4 to 3.
XRTJEGER STEALS FIRST BASE
Marty Kru and hla nohlo athlrtra In
their earonit fforta to puraiio the na
tlonal pnU'" For Marty and hla crew
er out yesterday afternoon and put on
a real aeven-round ball same. The Ileit
Wlari trimmed the Hoof. 4 to S. after a
eleaperateiy contested battle, both physi
cal and oral.
Tom Blodgett hurled for the tloofa and
for four Innlna: retired the Regulars In
ven order. The Reitulara put tip a Inrce
howl that they were belnjt Mabrayei by
Vmpa etyloa, hut the due nil led uinp waa
Irm and permitted nothlntr more than
Ions and loud arfunienta after each hall
pitihed. NJaka Kafora aaid Styles' um
T'rtnt was bush league stuff, but Styli
retailtated nicely with a similar remark
regarding Kafora'i ability aa a ball
In the midst of considerable excllemnt
In tha sixth round, a ncwspaiier serine j
appeared on the scene with .half a doien
Jitney plea. Styles let the ball game pro
ceed of Ita own accord while he made a
rush for the commissary. Red Whalcn
and Dutch Bchllohner beat him to t.
however, and copped the whole supply,
leaving Styles nothing to do btit return to
Kraearer Mrala Flrat,
Ernie Krueger demonstrated some deep
Inside ball In the fourth. Ho waa on sec
ond basa and decided to steal. So hn
lncd first when Crabb wasn't looking.
A minute after he copped second, ll
demanded two stolen bases In the box
core, but hn was refused.
Frank Huchiman was the ulsturPInK
element for the Regulars. In the fifth
nd seventh, when the Regulars made
thc.r counts, Frank opened the proceed -
thgs, with husky blows. Folio
mash ewch time, two count
Haaaos) Plaja ( titer.
Oswald Magnes Hanson held down
renterfleld for the Regulars. Mister
Thomaaon having; Joined the Hoofs, j
Oswald strtved hard, but failed to get In !
tha box acore. j
Dick: Ereen was on second and cap-
tslned tha Regulars and be proved In a'
'ariinuta hla know ledge of the game. He
lias at base ball head and he fl. Ids with
all tha precision and ease of a machine.
After tha combat Krug and Preen
coached the pitchers and Whalcn In nip
ping runnera at second when they stray
off to far. Score:
All. R. it. O.
Payne, So a
Krvcn, Zo I
Alten. If 3 0
Ttuelsman. rf i 2
Fchllebner. lb t I
Vhalen, aa S 0
Kafora, c 0
Vabh, p S 0
Hanson, cf I 0
ToUla N 4
S 21 11
M int. Sb
Totals 24 S i
Huns 0 n 0
Hits 0 0
Runs 0 0
Three-base hit: Krueger.
kit: Willis. Stolert ba.cs:
0 0 2
a a 3-j
Svhalea. 8acritic hit; TiloxkL .Left on
bancs: Regulars. 2: Goora. . r-trucK
out: Bv Hlodiiett. : by Crabb. 2. Hasea
on balls: Utf Crabb, 2; ot Rlodgett. I.
Wild pitch Crabb. Time: l:Si. L m
pirea: Styles and Closman.
jjack Dillon Defeats
Murray of Coast
HUDSON, Wis., April .-Jack Dillon of
ladiaaapolta outfought Hilly Murray of
Angrlea In a ten-round no-devls4on
bout here tonight, in the opinion of the
majority of newspaper nun at the ring
aide. The first three rounds were even,
and in the fourth Millon had a shade.
Murray evcued mutters cp lu the fifth,
but after that Millun had the better of
tha going, taking the last four rounds by
vgsa U(lr Visa.
NEW TORK. April .-8ni Langford.
the Uonton heavyweight, outpointed bat
tling Jim J.ibnuon of lWveuQ in eiKbt
rounds of a lea-round bout here tonight.
Glsata Wla Oaaae.
fRTJPOBT. Mlse.. April . The New
York Nationals donated tho New Or-
laans boutiirra association team, 1 to L
Work to Start on
Club House at Gun ,
Mcnil'crs of tha Omaha C!un club met
last nlalit ami rtlsciis-.eii plana for tlie
Mil lion of the dull house on tlie grounds
Herons tbo river. Work on the house will
he started Immediately, no that when the
shoot tnit noii opens In earnest the
shooter may have a place to rest ami
atory affair with wide vrranrln.
Pirates Lose Two
In Row at Atlanta
. ATLANTA. Oa.. April -Atlanta
Southern association team maile It two
atmlftht over thn I'lttaburgh Natlonala,
by wliininw tixlay'a name, i to 4. Score:
Atlanta i 9 !
rittHburKli 4 10 1
Hatteilea: T'enraon and Jenkins; Har
mon and Hinllh.
Klfll.MUM". Va.. April .-The nirh
mond Intornatlonala defeated the Brook
lyn Natlonala todny, 4 to 3. K-ore,
Klrhmnnd J S 2
Hrooklyn X 7 1
ItHtterli-a: Morrltte and Hrhniilfe:
!rr-n. r. Kurk. r ami Mil'arty. Miller.
Cinci Reds Give
Tigers a Beating
CINCINNATI. U.. April S.-The Cincin
nati Natlonala defeated the Detroit
American lraicue club her today by a
acore of 7 to . Score: It. U K.
Met roll 8 12 1
Cincinnati 7 8 4
HhUciIcs: Cnvet and Stanage;
8rhnelder, Iar and l'ooin.
Kol'ISVlM.K, Ky April .-Tlie lioula
vllle American aaaociatlon team defeated
the. llovton Americana here today by the
acore of 6 to 2. Score: R II. U
Hoaton 5 10 0
I.ouinvIHo 5 N I
Katteiica: Cooper, Comatock nni
TtiomaH, Northrop. Marka and Clemona.
George Chip Nearly
Evens Up with McCoy
NKW YORK, April . Uerge Chip of
NcwcasC.e, l'a., w ho wh knocked out a
ear ago by Al McCoy of Brooklyn,
nearly evened the score in a return bout
In Hrooklyn tonU;lit. Chip, who claimed
the middleweight title until hla defeat, did
all tho leading after tho second round
and In tho ninth round twice dropped his
opponent for tho count ol nine. Chip
was weary In the tenth round from his
exertions and McCoy was able to block
hla blows until the finM bell. The weights
were: Chip, i:&U; McCoy. 157.
NEW YORK AMEhlCANS
DEFEAT NORFOLK TEAM
NORFOLK. Va.. April . The New
JjYork Americans defeated the Norfolk,
0 Va league team here today, 11 to 2.
Norfolk 5 7 2
New rk 11 It 1
Haltm n Hiinipbi'tc and Stewart;
Keating: Fisher and Schwert, Sweeney.
toast l.emrue Kaniri,
It 11 K
, . rt 1
. 1 1
iTen Innings !
Killilay i.nd chmiut.
R 11 K.
0 C 1
Rattrriej: Hrul. tt and Elliott,
REGULAR AND GC0F
GAME ENDS IN ROW
A seven-inning practice game was
played at Reurke park Monday afttr ioon
between the Regulars and tloofs. Th
game ended In a squahble. The Regulars
claimed victoiy 3 to 2, but Manager
Marty Krug, who led the Ooofs. averted
the combat was a tie. 2 to i. The ques
tion of supremat-y lias not been decided
yet, although the argument is still urdr
way. I'mpire baiting was the chief pas
time of the game, each side firing half
a dosen umpa and choosing new ones.
Mick Breen plsyed second base for the
Regulars. It was the first game he has
llsycd in this spring.
ANTELOPES SHUT OUT .
BY WHITF SOX SCRUBS
LINCOLN. April . Oleotte of the Chi
cago Americans No. 2. pitched in mid
Mason form today and tha big leaguers
won from Lincoln by a score of 2 to tt.
Chicago J 1
Batteries: Cicotte and Mayer; Daw
son, Norveaon and Kelly.
CHICAGO. April Pitchera Guy Board
and Harry Asbeofelter have been un
conditionally released by tha GbJoago
Federals, it waa announced todajr.
r whfn sue .g fB vrr v . . rf 5as o ' ii v ,,
FIGHT MOYIES NOT I
Ta titj nr tit n q
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New Federal Law Prohibits Impor
tation of Prize Ring; Pictures
NO LOOPHOLE IN STATUTE
WASHINGTON, April . (Special Trie
gram.) Moving pictures of the battle at
Havana for the heavyweight fighting
champlonxhlp of the world between Jack
Johnson and Jess Wlllard will not be
shown In the Vntted States. '
A federal law, recently enacted, pro
hibits the Importation of films of prlre
flghtB Into this country and their Inter
state transportation. There Is no loop
hole In the law.
Prepare to (in.
HAVANA. April ( Jess Wlllnrd and
Jack Johnaon. the. two heavyweight
pugilists whojnade ring history here yes
terday, are preparing to depart from
Cuba. Wlllard, the new champion, ac
companied by a numerous party, will
leave for Key West early tomorrow
morning, but where he will proceed from
there, whether to Jacksonville, New
Orleans Or New York had not been de
cided late tonight.
Wlllard was tendered a dinner and re
ception by the fit lions of Havana this
evening. The Cubans continue enthusl- i
astlc over the new champion and seem-
I. 1.. ,. VHAIl.tl t,f 41, M. f .A -.-.. .1 I
Kansas cowboy. Everywhere Wlllard j Dall ut,r was busy all afternoon
went today cheering orowda followed romK gmw ballots In which mla-h'm-
i takes had been made by the printer. At
Keeps In Seelnalon. j some of the precincts It was dlscorervd
Johnson remained In seclusion most of j that while there were seventy-three
the day. It was reported that he was j names on the ballot, there were seventy
packing his belongings, preparatory to i four squnres, so that it will be hard for
leaving for Santiago tomorrow and pro-j the Judges to tell for which name marks
reeding thence to Jamaica. Johnson, ion the ballots were really Intended,
however, denied this and declared that he Duller made a round of the polling
would depart Thursday or Friday for
the Island of Martinique. He discharged
his camp followera today saying he do
alrod to I left alone. He also declared
that he wanted to go on a long sea voyage
to some country where he Is not known.
The promoters of the fight today fin
ished the counting and dividing of the
gate receipts. They announced that the
battle drew Into the hoxofflce SlIO.oM and
that the attendance was 3?,am.
fttlll Klh Mad. ' sanitations. Mrs. Mary Fadll Is the pres-
The natives of Cuba are still fight jldent. Mr. W. W. Doten first vice presl
mad. Groups of them were in the cafes' dent. Mrs. Ilaysdorfer second vice presl
and hotels and on street corners today! dent, XIrs. West secretary. Mrs. Michael
and tonight arguing about yesterday's Huller treasurer and Mrs. John Xllllan
battle at Marianao or illustrating awk- chairman of the membership committee,
wardly the various punches delivered by The Washington boys' club will give
Wlllard and Johnson. j their monthly dinner Wednesday evening
Photographers who took pictures at the at tho settlement house. Louis Wavrln
ringside did a land office business. En
larged snapshots of the knockout sold for
$5 apiece, while sidewalk venders got rid
of thousands of postcard sizes for 10
Bandar Show at Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS. April 8. Jess Wlllard
will come to New Orleans from Key
West arriving here Saturday, according
to fight promoters, who announced to
night they had received cablegrams to
day from Havana in which Wlllard
agreed to give a
boxing exhibition here
CHICAGO CUBS BEAT
THE CHATTANOOGA TEAM
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., April . The
Chicago Nationals defeated the Chat
tanooga Southern association team today,
4 to 3. Score: R.H.K.
Chicago I1J 1
Chattanooga 3 7 1
Batteries: Cheney and Ilresnahan:
Cunningham. Rosa and Kitchens.
WASHINGTON. April . By winning
today's game by I to 3. the Philadelphia
National broke eren In their two-game
series with the Washington Americans.
Washington 3 8 S
Batteries: lVmsree. 0--hger and
Adams; Ayres. Bentley and Henry.
CUBS WILL ENJOIN THE
HURLER JUMPED TO FEDS
CHICAGO. April -n iniunctinn to
prevent PiU her George McConnell from
playing with the Chicago Federals, with
whom ha has Just signed, probably will
he sought by the Chicago National league
club, aecordlrg to President Thomas.
The Cubs' president today consulted law
yers to protect the club's Interests.
rllrBr Ball (iaaaei
Yale. S; Pennavlvania, 2.
Chicago, II: Heloit. ,
Illinois, ft: TMlane. 0.
Holy Croaa. 7: Georgetown, .
Virginia, i: Cornell. 1.
Urates Mis ftwaae.
GRF.ENSRORO. N. C April .-Tha
Boston Natlonala defeated the Groens
boro. N. C, league team her today, 1
Throat mm I-waar Tn.klH
quickly helped by Dr. King's New Dis
covery. Iv use over forty years. Kvory
hoine a'iould keep a bottle for emer
gencies. AU drugrtstiu AdvrrUaecient.
YOU MEAN BY
AT THI HOUR'.
the South Are to Be
Plentiful Here Soon
K entiling- la favorable now for a
larKcr crop of strawberries in the south
than the growers ontlripated up to a few
weeks ago. This la Information that has
come lo Al. King, head of the gTocery
department of Ilavden Brothers, in a
U tter lie hna received from the front of
the straw berry fields In ioulslana. Spe
cial arrangements are being mado With
the rallmnUs and express companies for
a fast train service to connect with the
vailous lines s.) as to make through ser
ico to get the berrloe to tho point of
consumption with tho least possible delay.
Iiiilslana Is the great strawberry pro
ducing state, and it Is to that state that
the dealers through this section look for
their supply largely. The plants In the
patches there are reported healthy and
the fruit firm. From April 10 to 15 tho
southern growers will ship berries In
crates less than carload lots. Beginning
April 10 It Is expected that twnty-f!ve
to forty cara of berries will leave that
state da'ly for all parts of the United
States. From April 20 to May 10 It la
reorted the growers expect to be ship
ping from fifty to sixty carloads a day.
Bad Mistakes Are
Found On Some of
the Official Ballots
places to coll In all the ballots in which
nrrora had twn made.
SOCIAL SETTLEMENT HAS
v FORMED A WOMAN'S CLUB
Tho Woman's club of the Social Settle
ment has completed organization with a
imrnihrrshlp of thirty-five and plans soon
to federate with other local women's or-
and Anton and W. 8. Fadll of tha dra
matic club will give the program. Tha
Dramatic club is rehearsing for its pro
duction of the "Merry Wives of Wind
sor," which will be given later In the
spring. The first Issue of "The Settle
ment" will be off the press the middle
of, the month.
Arrangements for the Social Settle
ment's annual summer camp are oelng
I completed. It Is also planned to continue
:the actlvitiea of the settlement houaa
; drll,c .i,,, .,,mmer months. The tennis
courts will be In especially fine condition.
NEBRASKA TO BE SHOWN
CN LINCOLN HIGHWAY REELS
Nebraska is to be represented by I.B00
feet of moving picture reels in the series
of reels along the Lincoln highway that
are to be shown at the San Francisco
exposition. The bureau of publicity nas
lust arranged with the special agont of
the Lincoln Highway to get 1.800 feet of
Nebraska reela, which la a splendid rep
resentation for the state. Twelve states
are to be shown In these reels. They are:
New York. Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana.
Illinois. Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyo
ming, i tan, .-vevaaa ana laiuorma.
In the Nebraska reel about 1,000 feat
are to be devoted to scenes along tne
Lincoln Highway out- In the state and
alut 500 feet to panoramic views in
The plan is to have the reels shown at
the exposition in San Francisco, then
shown In nearly every city In the Vnlted
States of any importance, and then ex
hibited In the schools throughout tha
THREE PRETTY GIRLS
HIKE TO THE COAST
Three winsome young lassies from Chi
cago are walking to mo rmnajna-t aciiic
exposition., with only a dog and three
little revolvers for protection. Thay are
Ethel Rockwell, Maud Brldaon and Ruth
Tha dog. "Frisco Jack," thay adopted
from tha city pound at Chicago. Yes
terday "Jack" and, another canine got
into a little mixup, and, tn parting them,
Mlaa Haraley was badly bitten on her
hands. Police Surgeon C. B. Foils cau
terised tha wound and the girla started
on tb4r way again. They average twen-ty-at
miles each day.
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Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
U- LOOK XOO
TOU HORrf AiND
cet to eed:
Expert on Visit;
Miss Anna Barrows, a domestic science
xpert of national reputation, will ar
rive In Omaha Thursday evening. She
will lecture at Iirownell Hall Friday
morning, following which she will be
entertained at luncheon at the hall, and
In tha afternoon will address te domestic
science department of the Omaha High
Miss Barrows Is a lecturer In the Teach
ers college at Columbia university nnd
at Simmons' collene, Boston. She la also
author of several books on domestic
science subjects nnd a national director
of the Chautauqua School of Cookery.
The home economics department of the
Omaha Woman's club had planned to en
tertain Miss Barrows at luncheon Satur
day, but Miss Barrows was unahle to ac
cept since she leaves Friday evening.
Woman Fined for
If a fraction of the testimony adduced
In police court Is true, then Mrs. Ida
Mueth, 1017 Chicago, street, who was ar
rested for horse-whipping Mrs. Emma
McCarthy, 712 North Twenty-first, is a
woman of many fancies.
Mrs. Mueth fell in love with the brave
uniform of a city fireman named VA
Smith, the story has it, and she obtained
divorce from her husband. Smith then
failed to make good, and she remarried
Mueth. Once more the fire laddie won
her affection, and again she would have
no more of the bonds that held her to
It was Monday night that she heard
Smith was at the McCarthy home, and
she went there with the whip and com
menced her assault upon Mrs. McCarthy
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MARRIED LESS THAN MONTH
Will F. Frantz, 25 years olcf and
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making some extensive purchases.
The Grand Island horse barns recently
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