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Cm AWFULLY CLAD OU
AMD XOUR WIFE CAME
-j TO MX PART-Y-
BASKET BALL PLAY
IS ON AT LINCOLN
Eighty-Five High School of State
Competing for Title in Three
OMAHA HAS THE BEST SHOW
LINCOLN, March H-(Sneclal Tele
gram.) The greatest Catherine of high
crhoel athletes In the Vnlted Htatcs
marked the opening of thn eixth annual
Nebraska high school basket ball tourna
ment, conducted under the auspices of tha
Vnlverslty of Nebraska thin afternoon.
Tha armory and Young- Men's Christian
aanorlHtlnn gymnasium, where the gamri
alarted at J o'clock thl afternoon, were
parked, and Manager tluy Ileed la confl
uent all attendance record will he more
than doubled. Klithty-five Nebraska lilKh
achoola are cnmnelinK for tho cliamplon
ahlp of the three dlvlnlir .
In the class A division, comprising tho
strongest team In the Mute, Omaha
loomed up aa tho moat likely bet for the
championship aa the result of the splen
dld work of the Central five. MiiIIIcrii's
team went against Howard and practically
hut It out, only a foul goal allowing the
westerner to score.
ha N Omaha I.lnean.
The Omaha lineup waa completely filled
with substitutes at tho end of the first
half, but even that did not cut down the
coring. South Omaha also won liundlly
from Rut ton In tha flrat round by a acore
of U to I The Packer were never
headed. Lincoln had a close rail with
Central City, the visitor proving a Tar
tar. The acore at the end of the flrat
half waa tied, I and R. but the Lincoln
five forged ahead In the second half.
Crete walloped Fremont In a hard
fought game, tho Crete five, attracting
much attention by Ita fine, work, riatte
mouth eliminated Friend and Hasting
took Its first game.
Fallowing are tho 'summaries In tha
Crete 1. I Premont-1S.
Kills R O.
C. Frundell UU
Field ffnals! Tn ITnlnrlotl Its T. In,.
dell, Kacer Ci), ?. Krundell. Oardlner,
Kllebrork. Dana, Kldum (3). Foul goals:
trumloll, 4; Dana, 3. IWeree: Huug.
C We her
Meld goals: Weber. Campbell, Mar
hall. Rpeck. Foul goels: Weber. 6:
epoch, 2. Referee: lUddell.
fouth Omaha 16.
H F ) Chnmbers
Corr (6). Nixon (2), Ar
thurton, Warren, Ness. 'Foul goal: Svar
ren. Referee: Campbell.
LINCOLN (). I CBN.
. .11. F.
Hmlth R. .
Bi:hatltute: Nesl for Albrecht. Field
goals: Albrecht HI, Cpyrvnson (4), Hrlnn
l"t. Grieve Ut. Hchrofdcr. Foul goula:
Urlan 13. Orleve (t). Iteferee: Khields.
II ABTING8 (S).
lUlten R. F.
Hheeley L. F.
R. F Kmlth
L. F Krieuer
...R. q. R. 1 Chrtswlsw r
.L. (1.1 L. (J Jacobs
Held goala: Krieger. Klieeley. tillek.
Joul goals: Smith 12), Slick t4). Referee:
OMAHA (23.). I HKWARD 1.
J'axwell R. F. R. F Ulllen
l ay L.F.IL. F reteraon
1'aynter c.;c .elllg
Orove R, 44.1 It. d Kvima
Logan L. U.IL.O Calder
Suhatllules: Crowley for Klove, Vard
l"r for Iaynter. I'nderwootl for Lognn,
(kdsler for I'atty, l'owell for Maxwell.
Field goals: Maxwel 3, Fatty 3. Yard
ley it), t'ndcrwood (2), Ixik'in Foul goals:
I'atty (2), Vardley, Ulllen. Kefvrea:
1-llit games were played In the claaa
B division. Tho Omaha School for the
tha Deaf sprang a surprise on Randolph
In the first half and led, to 0. but the
pace told on them and Randolph nosed
out ahead, I to 8. Folowlng are the re
sults In the class B games:
Kethanv 10; llnrdv. .
Falls City. 21; Rising City. 0.
I'lrrce. 24; Mkinson, 8.
Harvard, 19; Steele City, S.
Arlington, ID: Auburn, 8.
Stanton. S; Neoraska il'ly, (.
Fulierton, 16: Cuxad. 0.
Ttandolph, 9; School for Deaf, Omaha, 8.
Kenesaw, 7; Kimball, t.
Kiml sll. 11; Kxelt r. 4.
Will Give Trophy
to Western League
A letter from President Frank C. Zeh
rung of the Western league to W. A.
Rourke, owner of the Omaha club, con
veya the Information that Mr. Zehrung,
In behalf of the Western league, ha ac
cepted the offer of Arthur Capper, gov
ernor of Kansas, to present a stiver lov
ing eup to he Western league club which
alia 11 have the largest attendance at its
opening gams of the 1918 campaign.
Jr. iapper, wno u considerable or a
baae ball fan and a supporter of the To
Pka team, notified John Savage, the
Kaw owner, that he would like to present
a silver trophy to the club with the larg
est opening day attendance. Savage com
municated with Zehrung. received the of-
nciai u. and the Ja)hawk governor
will prcstnt the cup.
JUST TO IT
OUT AT lUCHTi
MISS OLOA DORFNER, a
Quaker City " woman, has
just set a new mark for
women in the 100-yard swim.
She made the distance in one
minute nine and three-fifths
seconds, the fastest time ever
made by a woman swimmer
6us Miller Picks
Floor Five Which
Otis Miller,' probation officer and
Omaha's veteran basket bntl sharp, has
selected an all-star basket ball quintet
to battle tho lirandota championship five
at the Young Men's Christian association
Saturday night. Uus declares the team
he had selected can clean the earth with
tho H mini uls trope. Here Is Tiller's
Klepser. forward; Tarrlsh. forward;
Linn, center; Lutes, guard; Howard, sub
stitute;; Harris, substitute.
Tha following la a selection by a "fan"
who submits his lineup to tho sprtln
editor of The Hee:
Harris, forward; Noland, forward;
Rechtnld. center; Lutes, guard; I'arrlsh.
guard. Howard, etil'stltute; Dodd. aub-
Corporation to Take
Over Toledo Club
COLl'MHt'S, O., March 8 Incorporation
papers were filed here today by the To
ledo Rase Hall club, a corporation organ
lied at Toledo by Roger P. Bresnahan
to take over the franchise of the Cleve.
land American Association team. The
club waa purchased from Cleveland bank
era Monday by a group of American As
sociatiiin magnates aa a temporary ar
raugement pending organization of the
Toledo association by Bresnahan.
The capital stock Is given at SlOn.000
and the Incorporators besides Bresnahan
ara Charles F. Northrup, George V.
luuer, John R. McMahon and W. M
Richards, all of Toledo.
KING BEDDE0 ENTERS A
TEAM IN BOOSTER LOOP
King Heddeo, the Douglas street mer
chant, haa placed a team In the Booster
league of the Omaha Amateur Base Ball
association. This team will consist of
and will be directed by several of last
year's McQuillan team, including C. Mur
lny, rirst naseman. and F.d Sogan
pitcher. With Alurphy and Cognn to lea
the attack the Beddeo crew, figures on
landing well up in the Booster loop pen
GATES ACCEPTS TALLON'S
CHALLENGE TO A SHOOT
Marshall Sharp of the Townsend Uu
company lias re.-elved a letter from Les
Uatis. holder of the T. L. Combs trap
shooting trophy. In which Galea accept
the challenge of Joe Tallon to shoot for
the cup and submitted March It at Colum
bus as the date and place for tha event.
March M. at Columbus, It Is expeeted.
will be entirely satisfactory to Tallon. a
the match will probably be held that day.
W killed Arresla Terms'?
I'lesideiit Maker of lite Philadelphia
club lias come to terms with Outfielder
r'.y i t J
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Copyright. ISIS. Tnterna
Uor.nl New Service.
TWO INDOOR GOLF
EYENTS NEXT WEEK
Women's City Championship and
Men's Open Tournament Will Be
Played on Clark's Links.
PRETTIEST MILE CLUB MATCH
Two rlty championship Indoor golf
tournament are carded for Hill Clark'3
Indoor golf course next week.
Next Tuesday the women's metropoli
tan tournament will be played. Any
woman In the city la Invited to take part.
On the following Haturday the metro
politan Indoor tournament open to any
and nil golfers, professional or amateur,
wll he had.
Hultable prizes will be hung up for
both of theso tournaments.
Members of tho Ladles' Prettiest" Mile
Clolf club held away on the Indoor course
ycHtorduy. Three prixes were presented
by Mrs. W. II. Finn for low mediil scores.
Mrs. i. H. Johnston waa tho inedoliNt with
HMcorj of II, while Mrs. J. II. Cutoff nnd
Airs. Olcnn Smith tied for second, with
K. Mrs. Cutoff won the second position
on l .0 play-off.
Illlnil Money Invent.
In addition tu this competition a blind
bogey event was staged for two prizes
presented by W. A. Clark. Mrs. Charles
1 'culler end Mrs. F. II. 1 'aimer tied ut
41. Blind bogey wus 42. In the play-off
Mrs. iJeslier won.
uiher scores yesterday were:
Mrs. O. W. Covert 71
Mrs. diaries I 'rentier oti
Mrs. V. U. I'almer 4tt
.Mrs. Frank Russell 47
Mrs, Fred Lurkin 72
Mrs. A. M. hnillh -i
Mis. H. 11. Johnston 41
Mrs. Charles (irunden 56
MIhh Hrme Northrup 77 2361
Miss Ida Finn a.
Mrs. A, l N"rthrup
Mrs. F. W. 1'fliKtng
.Mrs. J. II. Cutoff
Mrs. ('. J. Zleharth
Mrs. W. II. Finn
Mrs. 1. J. Creedon...-
Mis. K. F. Hralley
Mis. A. L. Shantx
'Mrs. I'. L. Thlesscn
,4t 3S S
43 10 ;y
......60 16 Iti
6 H 4H
til) 10 iiO
Mrs. II. II. Lliixett.
.. & 4S
Mrs. J. W. Kimrson 74 4 2S
Henry Ordeman Is
Willing to Tackle
, Great Joe Stecher
Comes word from Minneapolis that one
Honry Ordeman, who asserts he was
given the American heavyweight cham
pionship title by Frank Qotch upon that
,Krapplcr's retirement, has decided to
take a whirl at Joe Stecher.
How much can be depended upon the
Minneapolis dispatch la a. problem, Inas
much aa the dispatch, being: written by
an enlightened Minnesota geographical
scholar, rays Stecher H "the sensational
grappler from IJncoln, Neb."
It la aald Ordeman bellevea ha has per
fected a defonse which will thwart the
celebrated Stecher body scissors. He 1
said to have been training since fall with
the idea of defeating Stecher uppermost
In his mind.
Ordeman claims to have been defeated
but twice, once by Qotch and once by
The Minnesota person says he la willing
to meet Stecher In Omaha, Chicago, Kan
sas City, Lincoln or Minneapolis.
Promoters of Boxing
Match Upon Grill
NKW YORK. March . With the view
to safeguarding the public's Interest, the
state athletic commission today lnterro
gated Tex ltlckard, promoter of the Wll
lard-Moran bout and Secretary F.dward
and Manager Johnston of cne show cor
poration under whose auspices the bou,
w ill be held.
It was agreed that all ticket receipts,
purse and forfeits be placed with a stake
holder amenable to the commissioners
and arceptable to the promoters and
managers, who should pay out no money
until the fight had takes place and all
contract conditions performed.
It developed thut the purse had been
Increased from $70,000 to ITl.iM, of which
Wll lard Is to receive U7.M0 and Moran
K3.7U). Rlckard aald he had increased
the amount because tie believed Moran
should get at least half aa much aa W
ALBANY. N. Y.. March .-An attempt
to prevent the Wlllard- oran boxing con
test being held on Search 2S. was fore
stalled in the assembly today, when an
objection prevented the Introduction of a
resolution of Assemblyman McCue of New
York, a former pugilist, calling on the
state a tli let lo commission to revoke the
license for the fight.
Met ue said he had seen Wlllard re
cently and that the champion was in no
physical condition to fight.
TOURIST FSPRING HERE
Usually good road conditions in the
west for this time of the year were re
ported by A. J. Kvans of Denver. Colo.,
an early spring a'ttomobile tourist who
paised through Omiha. Mr. I.'vans. ae-
OMAHA, TIU'IiSDAY, MAHCIl 0, 1!HC.
IT'S A HOCK
TO ME ! VHAT
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Miss Genevieve Farley and her prize
bulldog "Blllle," which she la showing at I
the Westminster Kennel club's annual I
companled by his wife, will tour to polnta
near Grand Rapids, Mich.
On the first day out of Denver Mr.
Evana said today they made 220 miles
without trouble. He believes that tha
west-to-east, as well aa the east-to-west,
touring will be heavy this spring and
summer. Mr. Evans is an official of the
Denver Young Men's Christian associa
Women at Lincoln
At Temperance Meet
LINCOLN. Neb., March . Morethan
SOO women of Nebraska and neighboring
states were present today at the opening
of the mld-contlnent temperance confer
ence, which will continue throughout to
morrow. The meeting is being held un
der the auspices of the National Woman's
Christian Temperance union. Miss Anna
A. Gordon, national president, of Evans-
ton, III., presided.
Among the other visitors who appeared
on today's program were: Mrs. K. V,
Ilurdford, vice president Iowa Woman
Christian Temperance union; Mrs. Nellia
O. Burgees, president Missouri Woman
Christian Temperance union; Mrs. L. W
Shadlee, treasurer Iowa Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union; Mrs. Lilliu 1
Mltchener, president Kansas Woman's
Christian Temperance union; Mrs. Lor a
I a. Malice of Joplln, Mo., and Miss Roena
Shaner of Jackson, Mo.
Tonight Governor Carlson of Colorad
addressed the conference on the effect of
the prohibitory law in that state.
BALFOUR SAYS CHURCHILL'S
SPEECH IS UNFORTUNATE
LONDON, March 8. Speaking In the
House of Commons today on the navy
estimates, A. J. Balfour, first lorn of
the admiralty, said the speech made yes
terday by Colonel Winston spencer
Churchill, his predecessor, was unfor
tunate in form and substance. It wus j
caicuiaiea, ne sam, 10 arouse doubts and
misgivings about the fleet and the en
ergy of the present admiralty in dealing
with national necessities.
M Bulfour denied there bad been any i
breach of continuity between the present
board and Ita predecessor. Regarding tho
shortage of labor, he said the government
Waa doing everything pocMlble to alle
viate. If not completely remove It.
. Referring to Colonel hurchill's ex
planation that his mind hud become
clearer since he had been in the trenches.
Mr. Bulfour said 'the colonel must haw
Inherited the qualities of the great duke
of Marlborough, who was never cooler
or more collected than when In action.
He said he considered Colonel Churchill
"apology" to Lord Fisher aa little short
of an Insult to Sir Henry Jackson. Lord
Fisher's successor aa first sea lord.
M COOL JUNCTION. Neb.. March .
(Special. ) Io Uriel of York and Julia
Mohatt of this village were married at
St. Patrick a church yesterday morning.
Revs. Father Cullen of York and Father
llagan of Aurora ufi Mated.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
BULLAE & Ti.rt.ct cpyS
show at Madison Square Garden, New
Part of Propellor
LONDON, March 8. Messages received
here from newspaper correspondents in
ivent assert that one of the Zeppelins
which . took part in the Sunday raid,
waa damaged by anti-aircraft guns. One
message, which says a Zeppelin which
passed over the Kentish coast home
ward bound early Monday morning, was
seen to be in difficulty. Another dis
patch says it is reported an explosion
took place on board the Zeppelin when
It was hit hard and this crippled It. A
broken portion of a Zeppelin propeller
was found in Kent today.
Starts for Capital
CLEVELAND. March S.-His nomlna
t'on already confirmed by tho senate.
Newton D. Baker, former mayor of
Cleveland, left today for Washington,
where tomorow he will take the oath of
office and enter upon his duties as secre
tary of war.
To some of his friends Mr. Baker Jok
ingly said: "I shall have a great deal to
learn. When a boy 1 never even played
with tin soldiers."
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'Healthgrams 9 On Skin
Flashed to Thousands
One of Nature'g signals Is an unhealthy akin. It Is a
scientific fact that tha skin Indicates the condition of the
blood and the blood Is the building material for the body and all its
Yltal parts. Unless tha blood is nourished and kept rich and healthy,
it will erenually react on the organs it feeds and reduce the Indi
vidual to a pitiable condition. Little do people realize the physical
ailments that drain away atrength and vitality and that can be
traced straight to the poor supply of blood. Pimples, Eczema, Salt
It-he urn, Rheumatism, Carbuncles, Boils, Catarrh with 1U obnoxious
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women nava neen relieved
8. 8. 8. Many of them b
fruitless endeavor to regain
eus tribute to S. S. S. I
POLICE ARREST PAIR
Two Are Taken Shortly After Mar
Is Held Up on SixtecntJi
FIND QUANTITIES OF MORPHINE
John Irving nnd Karl Woodson
were arrested while trying to buy !
alcohol at a drug store at Seven
teenth and Cuming streets Just fif
teen minutes after two men r-tutk up
and robbed Phil Gesner, 813 North
Sixteenth street, In the 1C0o block
on Sixteenth street. Conner was on
his way to his home when the two
men, both of whom were neproes,
stepped out of the alley in the mid
dle of the block and throwing, a gun
In his face demanded that he give
them what money he had, which he
did. The negroes then beat him
furiously over the head and dragged
him into the alley, making their get
away. Ilenra Yletlni's (irnanH,
Just as the negroes left the alley
Patrolman Turner, who was on his
way to the patrol box on the corner
to report, heard the groans of the
stricken man and finally succeeded
In getting his story. He then has
tened to the box and reported the
case and also stated the direction In
which the men went. The emergency
wagon was called and made a record-
breaking run to the scene of action
and found Irving and Woodson In
the drug store just one and one-half
blocks from the scene of the robbery.
Upon their arrival at the station the
men refused tp make any statement, but
were said by the wounded man to be the
two who assaulted him. The suspicion
of the local police was then aroused and
the men were compared with the descrip
tions given by the various victims in the
last series of negro holdups, including
the Rosen. affair, which happened Febru-
A SPLENDID IDEA
Tlie appetite is an ex
cellent barometer of the
condition of the "innr
man." "Watch it, and
when it loses its accus
tomed keenness, try
It is an excellent tonic and
appetizer. Get the genuine.
the tendency to easily catch cold.
juaiaria ana scores or other equally serious ail
ments, ara all manifestations of bad blood. For
over oti years a. b. S. Has been a mighty remedy
for these disorders. Thousands of men and
dollars for other
when taken into tha atom.rh t.
absorbed by tha blood, supplying certain ele
ments which stimulate the acUon of the blood
corpuscles and help them drive out Imparities
and build up tha system. With such a tried and
true medicine awaiting you at the closest drug
store, will you go on suffering- and looking badly
when ao many others similarly afflicted have
turned to 8. 8. 8. and found the meaning of
uur Medical Department will
ni win -j
iut cost f m
of this J
jiaaiy eaviae you about your case without
to you if you wish to avail rourself nf
Specific Co.. Atlanta, Oeorg 1
ary 21 and, according to statements glwn
out nt the station, the men answer tho
Find Morphine 4 nbea.
Officer were then cnt to search tho
rooms occupied by the men and returned
Willi n lnr;re quantity cf morphine cubes
:nc!icd in smnll tin boxes nnd an opium
;'ipe nnd box of opium.
Toronto tomes tnth.
Atinager Hlrniinuham of the Toronto
chili announced that the Leafs would
re in this spring at Jersey City. Tile
nib ill report on April ti.
Tits the knot of a four-in- hand
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