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Itl STATE TOURNEY
r Goes Into Second Place on Sec
fond Night of Tenpin Meet;
I A. Krug First in Singles
V i With 592.- .
i lie bccuiiu uajt v . in, tana
' state bowling tournament, which
opened Saturday at the Omaha alleys,
' brought forth a splendid showing of
. icores. s ....
Amidxthe shouts of the crowd of
. Interested bowling fans, A. . Krug
reached a total score of 592 in the
t singles, the highest individual score
made so far, in 'the tournament.
The Puritan Four five-men team
of Schuyler bowled a total of 2,621,
uhus following, in second place the
Knudsen Automobile company team,
which still heads the list of scores
a with a tonal rnn of 2,673. . Jk
The Nebraska Buick Automobile
team hold third place, so far, with a
score of 2,473. ,
! Kiug First In Singles. ' 5
In the singles, A. Krug made high
, score with a total of 592; P. J. Mc
, Cormack took second plate with a
total run of 584; T. Politis of Schuyler
-captured third place with a score of
578.. . .
: A . considerably high showing of
v scores was made in the doubles,;- F.
, Clough and C. Flannagan took first
place with a total score of 1,178; P.
Miiehlich and M. Van Housed. Schuy
ler team, came in second, with anjig
gregate score of 1,083; J. Mitchell and
S. Metzger took third place with a
total score of 1,057. ,
Schuyler team, No. .1, and the, EI
Paxo team of Omaha made a close
run in scores last nieht for second
place. THe Schuyler team rati a total)
score oi t.w, jusi two points oeiow
the score of their contestants.
"A. Krur, Omahft .,,.,,,,12
W. Wll'y, Omaha .,.',,,179
J. PoHtin, chyylr ITS
, J. DrvIh, nttmouth
G, Smith. Schuyler...,,. 177
A. Rsntwry, Omshk ......145
M. Vnn Houw-n. 8chuylr.l8l
P. Mmihllrh, 8chuylr....m
3. HUIk. Schuyler. ,..181
J. Dure, Schuyler.,,,. 1. 1(0
O. Van Hodmn, tk-huylW.HT
R. Van Houaen. Hchuylr,mt
Tt. Mclntoih. 6rhu)'lr...l6l
V. Sawyer, Schuyler . ..1I
J. Nlchnla, Schuyler... ,,,161
O. Wrrt, Schuyler IAS
151 4 m
174 1SJ SOI
115' 14 G7
157 1E1 47
10 117 J44
123 let 477
1(11 140 410
113 1SS 481
163 127 431
11 164 tit
1H4 211 647
J3S ISO - 443
164 161 476
1ST 10 Ell
lit 161 484
16 121 414
111 167' 461
. 211 171 6S4
161 171 60l
161 144 607
161 Iff 44
'. 8lm1!ar, Schuyler. ..,.101
"W, Ijihe. Omaha 1(1 .
1,J. McCormick. Omaha. It! .
ft. Metzier, Omaha ITS
B. Keck, Omaha ..200
B. Lonf. Platlmouth....ll3
R. Urlfham, Omaha. ....136
-'jf. " Int. : M,
T. Cloush ,.,.,.1 ,ll
C. Flannao ......JOI J6
' Tatalt ...... ....9l 101
J. Mitchell .......HI 111
S. Metiter .f ....lit Ul
. Tetali ..,JJ0 161
A. Knur ....,,,...117 lit'
W, Wiley ....... HT '111
Ttall 144 . 1S
J. Stint ......... .110 ' 147
UlUleon ...... ....171 137
, 240 101
1 471 U71
111 V 635
' 116 121
131 : 473
. Totalf .111
B. Um tit
J. Darla 1SS
Tetali ........ ..IIS
O. Wert ........111
C. Blndelar 141
V: Mclntoah .,..141 ,
A. Tomea 171
3. Polltl ....17
M. McCune 15
' " Total ...'.131
TI. Sawyer .......163
J. Njchol ....... .147
O. Van Houaen ,,.201
Jt. Van Houeea ..177
:.-,)' , i, .
Total ...... .X.8S0
J. Buree ...v. ...117
T. Muehllch IIS
Jf. Van Houaen ,.174
277 2I1-, 11
141 ' 117 V 461
161 161 - . Sl
113 V 10
160 . 48
162 ' 6S6
364 322 1094
116 ilk COS
160 1(1 471
let. 2d. 3d,
Sedlark .......171 171 1(0
Van Houeea ..1(1 213 164'
Van Itoueea ..114 171 161
.Vm Houeen U .171 114.. 17
Btire ...HI 231 161
Total . ..i
.!!( 171 134 2l2t
J. C Onett-......208 -133
H. Cfllbenr ...,,.11 fc 161
H. Johneon ". 14 1
1 Kelley .......14S 161
Schuylei '' j ,
T MUellCIl ...h..tM A.
F. Sawyer ...,.17S 1
A, Tome .;.,,. .1 l1 ?
B. Mclntoah ....ltS 171
4. Kictwto ........ 141 141
I' Total .......
Pie turnout h
, C Ion ......
B. Keck ......
B. Brifd ....
G. llorcan ....
:7 a;t n47
us rti '
14 4 111
170 "' 147
' 14 161
lit t 110.
711 lit .
O. SIndelar ....
O. Wert . . . .V.
M. O. McCun ,
; 134 147 V 431
166 164 , 441
148 104 381
, 131 -
.Georre Smith .
"JSI 147 4S
114 '. "151 ' "S2
Toui 't .'.7M si m ::m
English Air Raids Cause
Panics in German Towns
' Geneva, March 18. Reports
reaching here from Germany say
that panics have been brought
about by the British aerial attacks
on German towns. At Coblenz,
according to a Basel despatch, l
ammunition factory was blown up.
The railway station at Fribourg
was again badly damaged.
Swiss travelers report that many
residents of the principal Rhine
cities are moving to central Ger
many and Switzerland. They say
opinion is gf owing against con
tinuation of German air raids.
OUSTED BY FORCE
Controversy Between Church
Heads Resultb in Many Shots
. Being Fired; Father Mc
Cann Taken to Jail.
' Elgin, 111.," March 18. After a num.
ber of shots had been fired and a
door of St. Mary's Roman ' Catholic
church had 'been broken down, Rev.
J. J. McCann, for 19 years pastor of
tht congregation, was arrested here
this morning as he itood in his vest
ments at the altar. George McCann,
a brother of the priest, also was ar
rested. Both were locked in the
county jail, but later released.
The scenes at the Church were the
climax of a controversy of some
years' standing. Bishop Muldoon had
issued an order removing Father Mc
Cann, as incompetent, and the order
not being obeyed, an injunction was
obtained, Friday from . Master in
Chancery Junsul. Service was not
obtained; and last night a force of
constables and police was thrown
around the church, j ; v
1 Released on Bond. . , , '
This mftrning it was - found I.-(hat
Father McCann was inside the edifice.
About 7 o'clock George McCann ap
peared, got past Constable S. Lorenz
and enteret! the church. ; Lorenz tried
to follow and several shots were, fired.
The police say they came from within.
.When Rev.' r, Gilbert rlynn. ap
pointed by Bishop, Muldoon to take
charge of the Congregation, appeared
a door was broken in. It is charged
that several more shots were fired
from within at this thne. No one was
hit. Deputy Sheriff Claude Poole,
bearing a warrant, found Father Mc
Cann' at the altar. 1 lie priest asked
that he permitted to finish mass, and
this was granted. He.tben was taken
to jail on a charge of assault and bat
tery. George McCann also was
charged with assault and battery.
Later in the day the charge against
George was withdrawn and he. was
freed. Father McCann was re'eased
on bond of $500, furnishtd by h's sis
ters. Hearing of the case was set for
Wednesday next. : "
Basket Ball Season Is 1 -
Drawing to an End
The local amateur basket ball sea
son will end this week with contests
between .the leading teams of the
Commercial league and the champion
ship battle of the class B leaders,' to
be played Thursday night , on- the
Young Men's Christian association
The Nlkens. Central Furnitures. M.
E. Smiths, and Townsends will draw
Tuesday night for . opponents. The
four teams will pair oft and the losers
and winners of the two games will
meet 1 hursday night.
The proposed all star game
scheduled for Tuesday night has been
called off.' 1 , -
The Murphy-Did-Its and the South
Side juniors will play Tuescday night
at 7:30 to decide the class B cham
pionship, r ... , . . ..
Xhe Naken squad. However, is stm
scheduling games and will not wind
up its season until the end of the
tiionth. I he Benson-i home ' quin
tet will challenge the winner of the
Thursday contest. v
Y." M. C, A. Wants 4,000 Men '
But No "Mollycoddles'-'
New York. March 18. The Young
Men's Chistian association has start
ed a campaign to recruit another
4,000 workers before Julv 4 for service
in Red Triangle huts here and in
France, but no "mollycoddles" are
wanted, according to an announce
ment made here today by the war
board personnel of the national war
council. , '
"We can consider only men who
are willing to face hardships and
danger, who are prepared physically
to endure drudgery, long hours, high
tension and nerve-racking work,"
said the announcement. "Men with
the spirit of service are urged to re
spond, as have 4,000 others, willing
to serve without compensation,' and
for he most meager allowance."
' fiebraakaVad Iowa Patent.
Tile followlnf Nebraska and Iowa patent
a reported by Beale Park, aollcilora of
patente, Washlnctom D. C !
Nebraska: . ' P. Uaa. ' Omaha, water
heater: H. W. JlcCall. Scotia, horse-twitch:
G. Meade. Alliance: rall-braca.
Iowa: A. U Clark. Dubuque, roller
awning: 8. R. Emerson, Creston, aawigauce;
T. L. Ifawlck. Waterloo, fate; C Oarvtn,
Dayton, IntuMockinf tlle-aectlnnv J. 8.
Holub, What Cheer, road-drac; W. J. Kelly,
Clinton, aupportinc device;' J. A. Parking,
ton. 8loui City, motor-etsrter: W. K. Bauer-
man, Belmond, bsnttr for hat and other
article; i. T. Bheehan, Davenport, awnlnt:
T. SMmpsen. Aoamtaa, Internal combtutloo
DUTCH PRESS IS
RULERS OF OCEAN
Most of Holland's Newspapers
Resent Action of Entente
Allies in Taking Over
The Hague, Saturday', March 16.
It is impossible for Holland to give
an affirmative answer to'the entente's
proposals concerning Dutch ships,
ysays, says the Njeuwe Courant.
It is an act ot violence, it adds,
"to which we are subjected by the
rulers of the ocean and nothing makes
us so bitter as the attempt being made
to base it on the so-called rule of in
ternational law the antiquated An
gary law- which is in nowise appli
Amsterdam, Saturday, March 16.
Discussing the Dutch shipping ques
tion, the lyjd says: ,
"We shall 'have to acquiesce, but
Such rough misuse of power will not
be forgotten by our people."
In an article vehemently denounc
ing the allies, the Handelsblad says:
' 'Calls It Piracy.
"We cannot think what our govern
ment will do. Will it publish a pro
test refusing to give its approval to
piracy and leave the matter as it is,
or will it make the best of a bad job
and make an exchange for what will
be1 taken if it is not exchanged?
"WiU it request the ministers of
these piratical powers to pack their
trunks and depart? We jhould not
lose much, thereby.
i "We do not know what the gov
ernment will do and would not wjsh
to advise, it At such a. momjPt it
mustvbe left to the government'! dis
cretion to take that decision which
is least harmful to the country and
the people." . . , f
i In the same article, howeve -, the
Handelsblad admits that ' it w un
fortunately, true that"Holland i: the
only northern . neutral that ha done
nothing to combat German subtnvine
methods. It attributes the country's
wesent position to the spirit which
has dictated such an attitude.
In Favor of Acceptance. -
The Telegrwf advocates acceptance
of theoffer of . the entente govern
"Holland's existence as a' free and
independent nation and the pjses
sion of its colonies are at stake. By
choosing the right path the govern
ment has it in its power to maintain
the nherty of the nation or irrevoca
bly deliver1 it to the mercy of Ger
many, which in its bid for world
domination has long bad envious eyes
on .Holland. 1 he Dutch nation will
not permit itself to, be delivered over
to the German junkers.
Daniels Commends Gunper's
Mate for Steady Action
Washington, March 18. Chief
Gunner's Mate Thompson J, Beer
man, commaifder of (he armed guard
on the steamship Borinquen, has
been commended by Secretary Dan
iels for cool and steady work dis
played by his gun crew whicly prob
ably destroyed a German submarine
on the night of Octoger 30, 1917.
An account of the incident -made
public by the navy department to
night says that four shots were tired
at the U-boat, and when last seen,
it was going down in an upright
In his report, Beernian praised the
captain of, the steamer for. the ex
cellent manner' in which the shin
was handled during the engagement.
Infantry Men Stop Parade
. And Clear Butte Streets
Butte, Mont., March. 18. An at
tempt on the part of the Pearse-Con-nolly
club, an Irish political organiza
tion l this city, to hold a parade this
afternoon without permission from
Governor Stewart, in violation of an
order issued Friday by the State
Council of Defense, resulted in federal
infantrymen on duty here, clearing
the streets. Infantrymen were left on
patrol duty in the business district,
and it was stated that they would be
kept there dwing the night.
K. of C. Begin Drive for
Two Million in New York
New York, March 18. The Knights
of Columbus of New York began to
night their campaign for $2,500,000'
for a Catholic war fund, with a meet
ing at the Hippodrome attended, by
Secretary of the Navy DanielsCar-,
dinal, Farley and clergymen of va
The fund is to be used to main
tain chaplains with the American
troops, and to conduct social wetfare
work at the camps here and abroad.
' Imports InreasL
London, Msrch 18, The board of
trade returns ior February show in
creases in imports of 28,106,145 and
in exports of 1311,995 pounds.
Archbishop Dead. '
Tuam, , Ireland, - March 18. The
Most Rev. John Healy, archbishop of
Tuam, died today. ' He had occupied
this -archbishopric since 1903, i .
Generosity to Russia
Is Not Liked in Japan
(By Associated Pre.)
Jokio, March- 18. Premief
Terauchi and Foreign Mini
, ister Monoto told parliament
today nothing had been decided
upon with reference to the Si
berian situation. t
The military situation has
reached a state of perfected pre
paredness. Last night the Seiyukai (con
stitutional) party, the largest in
the Diet, held a conference and
reaffirmed its position taken at
a recent meeting in opposition
to immediate mobilization..
The press is almost unani
mous in urging mobilization.
The Ashai Shim Bun and the
Yorodzu Chobo, say they are
unable to understand America's
"excessive generosity"" , toward
Russia, now giying supplies to
, Germany, and imperilling, the
stores in Vladivostok.
The Asahi Shimbun of Osa
ka voices the opinion widely
held among the middle classes
that extensive mobilization
woul) create acute distress in
dustrially, and in regard to food
Bolshevik Leaders in East
Imprisoned by Cossacks
Pekin, March 18. An authoritative
dispatch from' Blagovieshtchensk in
Siberia, 500 miles north of Harbin,
filed March 8, says all bolshevik lead
ers, including the president of the lo
cal soviet, have been imprisoned by
Cossacks. The bolshevik troops con
sisting of reserve regiments of regu
lars, were disarmed and order re
stored. 1 '
A Reuter dispatch from Lond)n re
ceived Saturday, quoted reports to the
effect that Maximalists had murdered
150 Japanese at Blagovieschtchensk.
Employes Get Raise.
Chicago, III., March 8.-The 25,000
employes of the International Har
vester company will receive an in
crease in pay amounting to approxi
mately 10 per cent, on April l, it was
announced today. V
' ' Yale Professor Dead. .
New Haven, Conn., March ' 18.
Henry Parks Wright, former dean of
Yale college, died at his home here
tonight. v" .
The Kissel built-in comfort makes
the Hundred Point Six a most festful car.
The long, v wide, flat, Chrome Vanadium steel
springs overcome side sway, keep the load from s
hitting the road, the jolts away from the bolts.
Its Hundred Quality Features make
it America's most highly efficient and eco
nomical automobile. Why not place your order -now
while we are making early deliveries. .
Foshier T$r others & button
. Omaha, Nebraska. '
GREAT OLD REMEDY
S. S. S. Clears Skin of Erup
tions, Drives Poison from '
the System. .
Get it fixed in your mind that skin
eruptions, Scrofula, Eczema, burn
ing, itching skin, aid all skin diseases
are due entirely to impure and in
fected blood. . If the trouble was on
the outside of the skin, by simply
washing and keeping it clean you
could obtain relief not even oint
ments, lotions and salves would be
necessary. Agree' with us in this be
lief, and your trouble can be relieved
you can be entirely restored to
health. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable
treatment that you can secure from
your own druggist it is a blood tonic
that will purify your blood and cause
OMAHA Q.M. DEPOT
TO BE ENLARGED,
General Goethals Gives Assur
ance That Des Moines Not
Suitable for Big Supply
and It Will Come Here.
Washington Bureau of The
Omaha Bee, 131t O Street.
Washington, March 18. (Special
Telegram.) General Goethals in a
letter to Senator Hitchcock tcclay
says the western city, meaning Des
Moines, that has been active in try
ing to get a quartermaster's depot
has been found unadaptable for this
The Omaha depot, the general says,
instead of having its activities cir
cumscribed, will, as a matter qf tact,
be called upon to supply all the pasts
and camps in the western states with
This can mean but one thing the
enlargment of the quartermaster's de
pot at Omaha, f
Manley Is Pleased,
Robert H. Manley, commissioner of
the Charpber of Commerce, who has
been active in working for the reten
tion of the quartermaster's depot in
Omaha, when apprised bf the state
ment of General Goethals said:
"That ought to end the matter.
There never has been a time when 1
felt any fear of the depot going to
Des Moines, but the" agitation .going
on was annoying." -
Nebraska's Quota in .
Boys Reserve 12,000
" Washington, March 18. Quotas of
boys which each state is to furnish
in the campaign tq enlist a Boy Scout
working reserve of 250,000 for the
farms, which .opens tomorrow, was
announced by the department of la
bor tonight. '
New York -will furnish 67,000;
Pennsylvania, 45,000; Ohio, 40,000;
Illinois, 41,000; Wisconsin, 19,000;
Minnesota, 16,000; Iowa, 21,000;
North Dakota, 4,000 South Dokato,
4,000; Nebraska, 12,000; Kansas,' 17,
000; Texas, 25,500; Wyoming, 1,500;
Colorado, 10,000; New Mexico, 1,500;
Arizona, l,500;Utah, 5,000; Nevada,
1,000; Idaho, 4,000; Washington. 15,
000: Oregon. 9,500; California. ?7 000.
FOR SKIN DISEASES
most decided abatement of your
trouble,' and finally make you entire
ly well. Fifty years ago S. S. S. was
discovered and given to suffering
mankind. During this period it has
proven its remarkable curative prop
erties as a blood purifier and tonic,
and has relieved thousands of cases
of disease caused by poor or impure
blood, and chronic or inherited blood
diseases. You can be relieved, but you
must take S. S. S. Take it if only
pimples appear, for they denote bad
blood and may be followed by the
sufferings from torturing skin erup
tions. Therefore, be sure. Don't take
chances, don't use lotions. Get S. S. S.
from your druggist. If yours is a spe
cial case, write for"expert medical ad-
kvice. Address Medical Director, 43S
bwilt Laboratory. Atlanta, ua.
WAD00 TO MAKE
TOVR IN BEHALF
THIRD B1G L0AN
Washington, March 18. Secretary
McAdoo will make a speaking tour
of the south, middle west and eas' . on
behalf of the third Liberty loan, be
ginning at Philadelphia on Saturday,
April 6, the opening day of the
Speaking dates for more than half
the tour, which will last probably
three weeks, have been left open to
be filled later. The definite engage
ments include visits to Virginia:
TIHE collapse of the railroads , in handling
freight has not only imperiled "many busi
nesses but actually has threatened in some
instances the life of communities.
The truck is adaptable either to long distance
hauling or to short hauling with many stops. , It
meets widely different conditions in different
industries each peculiar, each individual and
each presenting its own difficulty.
Whether your situation requires trucks for long
hauls or short hauls, we know that the Pierce
i Arrow will fit your needs, for we have scores of
installations in which Pierce-Artbws are more
than meeting every demand made upon them. '
This isn't a unique condition. It is being dupl
cated in many sections of the country, both over
greater andlesser distances. OR
The Weatfield Stonure Ware
house at Westfield, N. J., is de
livering regularly to a doten Con
necticut towns, as distant as
Hartford (340 miles) i teas many
New York State towns, as dis
tant as Troy (208 miles); to as
many Pennsylvania towns, as dis
tant as Allentown (180 miles);
to as many New Jersey towns,
as near by as Haddonfield (80
r miles). In other words, these
tracks are operating in four
states over a 860 mile diameter,
economically and profitably.
, Nor is, this unusual. On a different scale, it is being
done in the Pacific Northwest, in the Southwest,
, in the Middlewest.inNew England ihshortevery
where, under varying road and climatic conditions, -.
always overcomingdifferent but difficult obstacles.
- Don't waste time deploring shipping delays, or
wondering'whethertFucks can help you out. Send
for us to show you what Pierce-Arrow trucks are
doing in situations similar to yours how they
1 may be applied to meet your needs. Unless they
will 4p the wor.k, we wq.n't sell them'to you.
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louu.'?na,
Mississippi, Texas, and Arizona.
After visiting Arizona' the secre
tary plans to return through New
Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri,
Illinois, Michigan, New York, Maine,
Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
The cities to 4e visited jn these
states will be determined later.
Dates announced tonight are:
Philadelphia. April 6; Richmond,
Va., April 8; Raleigh, N. C, April 9;
Columbia, S. C.and Savannah, Ga.,
April 10; Jacksonville, Fla., April 11;
Pensacola, Fla., and Mobile, Ala.,
April 12; New Orleans. April 13;
Jackson, Miss., lApril 14; Houston,
Tex.. April 15; San Antonio. Aoril 16:
I El Paso, April 17; .Phoenix. Ariz.,
Daily deliveries .between
New York and Philadelphia.
190 miles round ttfp, can
be maintained by ' many
companies. The practica
bility of such service las
been demonstrated by the
experience of the United
Pennsylvania Silk Dyeing
and Finishing Co., Millers
No. Broad St. Storage $
Warehouse Co., A. T. Baker
Company, Lippincott's and
others, saving time and
money, relieving congestion
and keeping uninterrupted
the flow of communication.
J. T. Stewart Motor Cov
Distributors, Omaha, Neb.
2048-52 Famam St.
Phone Douglas 138
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