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The Bee
xWater Sharks at "Y" Keep
.Crowd of 200 Socking Dur
ing Two -Hour Session.
, Not much in records, but an abso
lute "roar" in fun, was the first an
nual Seals' swimming meet at the
Young Men's Christian association
last evening. From the moment the
200 spectators took their seats till
they left the men in trunks led by
''Swede" Anderson and "Pete" Wen
dell kept them laughing.
A balloon race, in which an elusive
rubber ball kept the water merchants
kicking in all directions, and a game
' -if "bell" tag were two events that
caused hilarious laughter. In the lat
ter one of the swimmers carried a
bell, and swimming under water,
bobbed up every now and then to
. wag the cow bell and start a school
of "seals" in his direction. The play
lasted several minutes before the
worthy leader was caught; '
Anderson Wins Dash.
Anderson won the century dash in
1 minute and 4-5 seconds' time. Loyd
Ned was a close second, coming up
just three seconds later. The forty
yard free style stroke showed some
fast time made. E. E. Benson came
home first at 23 seconds. Ray Flat
ner was second with 26 3-5 seconds to
his credit and Jatk Yates third with
284-5 seconds.
The 100-yard dash gives promise of
time improvement. Anderson and
Neff are a pair of powerful swimmers
land in open water could probably
lower their marks by several seconds.
I Th e world's record of last year is
56 4-5 seconds. Another meet will be
; held next month. : . J" ".
I ' Entrants were:
I' B. P. Woodcock. E. E. Benson, Swedo
Anderson, . Loyd Neff. Jack Yates. Basil
Cummins, E. H. Elnerger, Doualaa Melcher,
K. W. Fielda, Roy Plainer, C. H. Gustafson,
'Jack Auitln. E. E. Creeling.
Records made:
Hundred-Yard Swim First, Swede Ander
son, 1 minute I 4-5 aeconds; second, Loyd
Neff, 1 minute 4 4-S seconds.
Forty-Yard Breast Stroke First, Loyd
Neff, 8S aeconds; second, K. E. Greeting,
It l-I aeconds; third, E.-P. Woodcock, 40
Hundred-Yard 8wlm (Free Style). Sec
ondary First, Benson, 1 minutes 23 4-1 sec
onds; second. Woodcock, 1 minute 81 3-5
seconds; third, E. E. Grueling, 1 minute 28
Forty-Yard 8wlm (Free Style), Secondary
First, Benson, 23 seconds; second. Boy
Plainer, 26 3-5 seconds; third, Jack Yatea,
38 4-6 seconds.
Novlco Event First. Jack Austin. 30 1-5
seconda; second, C. H. Gustason. 32 sec
onds; third, E. H. Elbcrger. 34 2-5 aeconds.
Tesreau Tries to Wreck Trolley System
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Jeff Tesreau didn't have as much
success in his efforts to wreck the
system of the Houston & Texas Cen
tral railroad as he frequently has
in wrecking the hopes of the man
agers of rival base ball clubs. Tes
reau waS vanked off the right-of-way
Tit "tne' inteftirban system By roil
Sport Calendar Today
Base Ball Games
Oklahoma City, Okl., March 3. Score:
V R. H. E,
Boston Americana ,...10 13 1
Brooklyn Nationals 4 4 2
Batterfe: Shore, Maya, Tyson and Cady,
Thomas, Agnew; Smith, PtXter, Malls, Ap
pleton and Meyers, Miller, Snyder. .
Loutsvllta, Ky., March !0, Score:
- ft. H. E.
Washington A merlcans ...... ...... 4 4
Cincinnati Nationals 5 8 3
Batteries: Johnson; Craft, Thomas and
Alnsmith, Henry; Toney, Eller and Wingo.
Moultrie, Oa., March SO. Score: R. H.B.
Bovton National 3 9 0
New York Americana 1 S 2
Batteries: Allen, Crum and Qowdy; Mo
f ridge, Shocker and Nunamaker, Walters.
. New Orleans, March 30. Cleveland Amer
icana, 8; New Orleans Southern association, 2
Fort Worth, Tex,, March 80. Score:
, . R. H. E.
Detroit Americans . , 4 7 1
New York National 1
' , Under Goes to Boston.
' Boston, March 80. A trade has been ar
ranged between the Boston Americans and
the Buffalo club of the International league,
by which Albert Bader, a pitcher, will Join
the Boston American team and Vean Gregg.
s pitcher, and one other player, will be
turned over to Buffalo, according to advices
from Oktahoma City, Okl.. where the world
champions played an exhibition same today
Base Ball Xew York Nationals ts. De
troit Amerlrnnti, at Dallas Boston Amer
icans vs. Brooklyn Nationals, at Kansas
City; Botnn Nationals vs. New York Amer
icans, at WayeroM, Oa-t Washington Amer
icans, ts. Cincinnati Nationals, at Cincinnati.
Golf-t-l'nlted North and Sooth open cham
pionship tournament at Pinehurst, N. C. .
Oymnnstles Xattonal A. A. V. cham
plonMhlpsi at Newark, N. J.
, Track Central A. A. TJ- Indoor champion
ships, at Chicago.
. Hwlmming National A. M. V. 600-yard
championship, at Detroit! Northwestern In
door championship at St. Paul. , .
Foci Pall First spring gam between
('niMBsF of Colorado and Colorado Aggies,
at u Collins, Colo,
Automobile Opening; of annual show at
Atlantic City, N. J.
Perritt just as there threatened to
be a disastrous collision. Perritt
expects some sort of a reward from
the railroad company, as it was a
little bit of a motor car, and if it
had ever hit Tesreau it probably
would have folded up like an opera
hat. - . , .
Applications for Loans Pour
ing: in Before Local
' . Branch.
Senate Abolishes This Organi
zation, Consolidating It
. With Food Department.
Amateurs May Use ' ,
Fort Omaha Grounds
, 1 (From a Staff CorraspondenM
Washington, March 30. (Special
Telegram.) Representative Lobeck
said' today that the Fort Omaha
grounds were at the disposal of the
Amateur Base Ball association of
Omaha on the same terms as last
year, with the provision that if need
ed by the War department the sched
u'cd games would have to be played
elsewhere. '
Mr. Lobeck has been trying since
early in February to get the War de
partment's permission to the use of
rl e Fort Omaha grounds, but only
learned of the permission when he
opened his mail today.
' Department Orders.
Washington, March 10. (Special Tele
gram.) Nebraska pensions granted: Luclnda
J. Harper, Woodrlver, 112; Emerlln. 1.
iQlarhson, Wood Lake, 2Q..
Earl. C. Manlove has been appointed post
master at Ralston, Park county, Wyoming,
vie. Id. B. Moor., resigned, i
Results on Omaha Bowling Alleys
i Booster Lesjgne.
1st. id. S1. Tot.
Learn 18 13 180 6
Ooff 1S 203 10 SU
Haarmann ..163 182 H0 636
Homan ....171 188 202 569
Wartchow .17? Ill 160 656
Totsts ...S4 73 221 2737
1st. 2d. Sd. Tot.
McCoy 17 180 192 661
Olsen 16S 130 181.' 448
Krtaey ....172 189 208 8(8
RtraO 178 182 168 818
IV Jaroah..l91 248 179 818
Handicap .. I I It. 27
' Tetals ...881 934 918 2721
1st 2d. 2d. Tot.
Coady .....188 199 90S
Noon. 188 198 1(1
Weber .....128 189 122
Straw .....138 128 132
Bertwell ...108 180 17T
Totals ...729
let. ' 182
Keynolda c.18t'
Sparry 141
London .178
Tarmon .138
total. ...777
R. Sclpl....l91
Kent 188
Holllday ,..149
Zarp 210
Choenman .207
Handicap .. 14
101 791 2219
2d. 3d. Tot.
128 138 427
198 142
181 148
187 187
148 174
. 487
812 808 2398
139 138 485
197 248 881
182 218 521
189 149 528
101 179 588
24 14 72
I Totals .,.981 891 180 lift
' wSSrj com. cfl.
tmm c3W?t ill 191 iw
Baker .....218 214 181 591
RedUSOn ...18(181188 833
Zimmerman 172 192 173 538
Ham 198 221 224 5U
Totals ..904 1020 943 1897
lat. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Hansen .,..168 192 1S9 509
Eldaon 170 169 178 117
Martin ....330 235 236 701
Device 169 172 189 CS1
J. Jar08h...l63 134 199; 695
. Totals ..999 1002 961 2952
1st 2d. 2d. Tot.
Malloy .....211 200 157 575
8wdboda....21 160 167 543
Hitchcock ..136 178 128 438
Mayer 224 196 171 690
Coleman ...161170 162 493
Handicap . . 24 14 . 14 72
'Totals ...!979 921 907 2711
Ornln Exruange Leans.
. let. 2d. 2d. Tot.
Refregler ..164 197 166 497
Smith .....158 157 238 668
Straw 177 105 232
Will 165 166 114 634
C. Howard.. 160 161 166 479
' Totals ...627 778 879 1186
1st. 2d. 2d. Tot.
Drummond .196 146 161
Pahl 176 121 148
Clark ..... ... 117 106
Probst 161 162 163
Shields ....163 180 161
Totals ...696 721 781 1162
1st. Id. Id. Tot.
Umdernolm. 104 101 176 660
linjtnon ..136 161 167 446
HihiKoo. ..117 111 144 499
Hervey ,
...121 136 147
...160 128 144
Totala ...826 784 766 2274
lat. 2d. 2d. Tot.
Harris 162 143 116 420
Paulson ....161 170 161 411
Steberg ..,.211 169 149 619
Erwln 160 161 199 617
Denman ....111 141 101 664
Welsh ...
...911 771 111 1611
1st. 2d. 2d. Tot.
...178 161 136 479
162 177 164
.167 161 187
184 211 169
Kerr 162 111 141
Totals ...781 167 768 2408
1st. 2d. 2d. Tot.
Carsy Ill 169 119
Zlmmertn'n .lata 160 161
Oumett 130 121 166
Pomeroy ...206 111 121
H. Borghofr.171 190 161
Totals ...776 106 720 2300
1st. 2d. 2d. Tot.
Smith 171 167 171 607
Tholl 169 148 133 454
Toung 131 131 149 416
Bailey 169 154 136 442
Hathaway .162 107 149 418
Totals ...T95 701 740 2237
1st. Id. Id. Tot
PMer 161 124 131 414
r-ltsgersll ..111 191 144 464
Bender ....110 147 111 411
Cahlll ......111 161 122 411
Hlllman ...111 lit 111 461
Totals ...711 III 674 1164
Applications for Joans in excess ,of
$6,000,000 are now on file with the
federal land bank of Omaha. "The
bank is already overwhelmed with
business," said one of the officials.
Information given out at the bank 9
temporary quarters yesterday was to
the effect that-the fixing of a uniform
interest rate of S per cent per annum
for the entire federal land bank sys
tem is hailed as a longsought-for boon
bv the farmers and has already oper
ated to reduce the interest rate on
loans renewed by the old style agen
cies, although the tederal bank has
not made any loans up to this time.
It is estimated by the board at
Washington that $10,000,000 in inter
est yearly will be saved to the farmers
of the Omaha district through the
operation of the 5 per cent rate, '
The officers of the land bank are
not only geratly encouraged by rea
son of the active interest shown by
farmers, but they also express their
f ratification over the demand for
arm loan bonds which will soon be
issued on the security of the mort
gages to be placed by the bank. Ad
vance subscriptions for these bonds
now total nearly $85,000, although no
public announcement has been made
by the bank concerning them.
(Prom a Staff Correspondent)
Lincoln, March 30. (Special.)
The state hotel commission was
abolished when the senate today pass
ed on final reading, House Koll i.
The measure consolidates the duties
of that commission with the pure food
The bill, which contains an emerg
ency clause, only lacks the signature
of the governor to make it effective
immediately. The governor, who fav
ors the consolidation, will sign it
next week.
The staff of the abolished commis
sion is made up of Phil Ackermann,
commissioner, an inspector and a
Under another house bill passed by
the senate, House Roll 511, the pure
food department takes over all the
work, and the food commissioner be
comes ex-officio hotel conmissioner.
Since the pure food department has
to inspect under the law all hotels
serving meals, its inspectors can with
little effort exercise the supervision
held up to the present time by the
hotel commission, which regulates
the general service of hotels, the sani
tation and the protection against fire.
More Inspectors.
To give the pure food department
a chance to do more expeditious and
efficient work, under the new bill, the
corps of inspectors is increased from
sixteen to twenty-two. At the present
time, the short staff of inspectors is
from three to five weeks behind with
its oil inspections. '
Under the same act, an assistant
chemist in that department is pro
vided for, at a salary of $1,600 a year;
a seed analyst at $5 a day, and a chief
inspector to live in Lincoln and re
ceive $125 a month.
Thi salary of the present state
chemist is raised from $1,800 to $2,400
a year, and clerks and bookkeepers
get $1,000 a year, instead of $70 a
month. The secretary to the com
mission gets raised from $90 a month
to $1,600 a year.
Inspectors are paid by the day,
will draw $5 a day and expenses after
the third year of service. The pres
ent maximum is $4.50 a day.
Several Irrigation Bills
Rushed Through Senate
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln. March 30. (Suecial Tele
gram.) In order to secure their pas
sage and signature before April a, as
required-by the federal reclamation
service, senator Busnee secured con
sent of the senate Friday to have ad
vanced from the sifting file to third
reading six irrigation bills. The bills
are all to make the irrigation laws
conform to federal requirements so
that irrigators can take advantage of
purchase of water from government
projects. They were H. R., 141, 420,
768, 769, 770, and 771.
House Kills Forestation
Bill by Rather Close Vote
(Prom Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, March 30. (Special.)
After spending half an hour on the
senate bill to create a permanent state
forestation commission, the house to
day killed it, by a vote of 39 to 33.
early in the session the house put to
death a similar, bill of its own.
Raise in Rail
And Lake Freight
Rates in Effect
Washington, March 30. Increases
of about 5 per cent in freight rates on
all classes and commodities moving
east and west by rail and ship lines
over the great lakes went into effect
today when the Interstate' Commerce
commission declined to suspend tar
iffs proposing them.
The tariffs proposing the increases
vJere filed some time ago by the
Great Lakes Transit corporation,
which took over many of the steam
ships which railroad lines were com
pelled to give up under the Panama
canal act and the Lehigh Valley
transportation decision.
In hearings before the commission
held since carriers generally have
proposed country-wide increases,
and many shippers approved these
advances. The increases will apply
to rail and lake traffic from points
as far west as the Mississippi river
and east to the seaboard.
Hustlers Get Members
For Commercial Club
The membership of the Commercial
club has a squad of active hustlers
pumping away daily , getting new
members for the club. This is the
week during which the committee u
to set 100 i the 500 members it is
planned to get by the end of the
Negro Employe Admits
Silk Thefts from Store
Confession of the theft of' a con
siderable quantity of silk from the
Burgess-Nash store has been made.
police say, by John Green, negro,
2222 North Twenty-sixth street, an
employe ot the store tor the last five
years. Robert Green, his son, and
Joe McGowan, also colored, have
been arrested by the police in con
nection with the thefts of silk and
shoes, which total in the neighbor
hood of $500. McGowan's wife ii
said to have been outfitted' with an
unusual number of silk dresses and
his children equipped with several
pairs of suspiciously new shoes.
Coast-to-Coast Train
Goes Through on Monday
The Wells-Fargo company's first
through express train from New York
to San Francisco will pass through
Omaha Monday, coming from Chi
cago over the Milwaukee road and
going west over the Union Pacific.
From New York to Chicago the
Wells-Fargo train carries only
through, express, but in Chicago
siccpers, a ainer ana & aay coacn win
be attached, this equipment to run
through to the coast The train will
run daily, leaving Chicago at 10:05
o clock at night and arriving in
Omaha at MtOS the next forenoon.
year. H. O. Wilhelm is chairman
of the committee and is directing the
affairs of the squad.
As soon as members are definitely
signed up they are iclieu '.d for a
luncheon at the Commercial club, so
that they may be introduced to the
older members at once. Thus every
noon this week reception committee
men with big badges on ait in the
lobby, take new members by the arm
and escort them into the dining room,
introducing them to any members
they chance to find, and seeing to it
that they feel at home generally.
Red Cross Workers Get
Room in Army Building
Red Cross workers, organized by
the two local chapter of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution, have
secured quarters for their work on
the first floor of the Army building,
Fifteenth and Dodge streets. Fol
lowing a meeting called for Wed
nesday at 3 o'clock in these rooms,
active work of bandage rolling and
preparing surgical dressings will
start. Mrs. Charles H. Aull Is in
Where Can I Find Relief From
Itching. Terrifying Eczema?
This Question Is Ever on the Lips
of the Afflicted.
Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas and
other terrifying conditions of the
skin are deep-seated blood diseases,
and applications of salves, lotions and
washes can only afford temporary re
lief, without reaching the real seat of
the trouble. But just because local
treatment has done you no good,
there is no reason to despair. You
simply have not sought the proper
treatment, that is within your reach.
You have the experience of others
who have suffered as you have to
guide you to a prompt riddance of
blood and skin diseases. No matter
how terrifying the irritation, no mat
ter how unbearable the itching and
burning of the skin. S. S. S. will
promptly reach the seat of the trou
ble and forever rout from the blood
every trace of the disease just as it
has for others who have suffered ss
you have. This grand blood remedy
has been used for more than fifty
years, and you have only to give it a -fair
trial to be restored to perfect
Our chief medical officer is an au
thority on blood and skin, disorders,
and he will take pleasure in giving
you such advice at your Individual
case may need, absolutely without
cost Write today, describing your
case to medical department, Swift
Specific Co., 37 Swift Laboratory, At
lanta, Ga.
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