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CRACKS FIRST IN
TWO Bl EVENTS
Stale Bowling Tournament
; Closes With Burst of Speed
on Part of Visitors; Associ
ation Record Broken.
jMaiwfll Motor To., tjncoln... ,T77
Hrott Tent Co.. Omaha t.lM
Trrmont f aiiiiy liltrljMi, Fremont. ., .1,781
Brwlln's Kills, Omaha .'. ,....,,T
Knniln Aiiln Co.. Omaha , 7.
Murpliy-nid-lta, Omaha. . ,1,6S
Colonial Theater, Mneola .8
Mama Tire, Unooln ..,.- 1 ...... .tfiit
I'urltan Hour. Netiitrler t.l
Vlrtor Kactnes, IJneolH .1,S71
- . DOUBLES. . .
f loBh-F1annairaa ,, .1.17
Jmillrka-ltlilfll, Lincoln 1.171
H. fcrtple-K. Sclpla .................. 1,181
Martin -Stunt 1,1X
rrteriMin-Baker - ......... .V, . . 1 .1 1
BanMU-JarmJi ,.! i?. , . . .1 . . . .1.1 1
Koran-Hrnaer i.... 1,101
f, SINGLES , ' ; ' !
K, OJendyk, Uneoln S
(, Itouirlaa, Fremont 8U
K. Orotte. Omaha . . - I
I, . Taylor, Fremont "1
F. Mmoihyne. Wahoc ......... .r. Bt)7
A. Krn. Omaha i .i...8M
J. Ohamnrr. Omaha .......... .wl,... .Ml
' K. Htplr; Omaha
Blake, Omaha . . . .
The Nebraska Bowling Association
tournament closed last night ith the
Maxwell ifotor quintet from Lincoln
in fitst place in the five-men eyent
with the overwhelming score of 2,777,
breaking the record qf the ttate bowl
ing association. . . '
Records erf the two-men events and
singles were not bettered during the
E.tOjendyk. Lincoln, crept Intb su
preraacy' in the singles vrith a high
score of 636. , - ! f
In the doubles two teams tied for
first place with the head score of
t 1.178. : ' .
. Toman-Huntington, Omaha, and
llUU(jll-r IduaBai!, viuaim. nuv . ...
the doubles with an equal' score, will
bowl tonight for the decision.
The Team Scores. .
The jFremont Candy Kitchen, fiye
nien team. 1917 champions, won third
rlace in the tournament with aji ag
gregate score of 2,731. Second Jionors
were made byYthe Scptt Teht and
Awning company five-meti team, with
a total score of 2.755. . . ' .
Fourth prize is entitled to BesehiTs
Kids, who bowled 2,697. The Knud
sen Auto company-five bowled into
fifth place with a score of 2,673.
, In the doubles, S. Plattner and W.
Larson. Lincoln, displayed a score of
1.177, entitling them to third place. A.
Jedljck and V.; L. Ridgell, Lincoln,
won fourth place with a close run of
1,171. N .
Fifth place was taken by R. Sciple
and K. Sciple, Omaha, with a score of
1,15k - , i
Second, place in the singles was
filled bv C. Pouglas, Fremont, who
bowled '619. ,
- Grotte and Taylor Tie.
R. Grotte,1 Omaha, and L.- Taylor,
Fremont, are tied for third place with
a scorrof 601. The decision will be
A. Krug;' Omaha, and W. Scnger,
Omaha, vie with each other for fifth
place, Their score is 59J. .
Scores made by the five-nfenvteams
in the 191S tournament far surpassed
the average runs made in previous
years by teams of the State Bowling
In the doubles aifd singles, this
year's scores fell below the average
runs of past tournaments.
R. Rp5Utlr. Lincoln..
1.. Dye, Lincoln ......
Lincoln . ,
Lincoln , .
H. La Rue.
K. Crr, Lincoln ...
C. A. Gates, Lincoln
V. Uanka. Lincoln
. 3. Sherdeman, Lincoln. .166
- It. William. Lincoln ..14t
FrUtoe. Lincoln 140 -904
L. Lamb. Lincoln 181 183
PWadham, Lincoln ..177 '323
a A. Bush. Lincoln ....106 19S
P. Evans. Lincoln ...,.184. 166
f. Adam. Lincoln. ....167 141
' K. Duncan, Lincoln ....113
H. E. Eldnon. Lincoln ..191
. Carlson, Lincoln ....201
B. Shedd, Lincoln 144
K. Vectln. Fremont ....129
Mt11oy, Fremont 66
C. Luca. Fremont ...,.,153
Sampter, Fremont ...141
H. Wtruve, Fremont ....171
t 3. Johno, Fremont ....US'
J. Dunn. iVtemont, isj
I). Rettz.v S'retnont! .
L. Col ley, ' Fremont .
H. Hamat 1 Fremont
Vnrman. ahoo ...237, 1.9
E. Sehmiwr Lincoln ...167 179
' H. Kelkengerg.Xtncolq ..17
: Buffum, Lincoln ...... ..165
Mockett, Lincoln ......153
w. S. Rodgetl. Omaha ..146
, Oltwoa. pmab.-.143
,-v nnuki ' Ill I ei
P hddnrlv Fremont ..182 14 176J
L Hammond. Fremont ..171 169 199630
lruyo. Fremont .......177 179 133
P. Hartmaa Fremont ..159 168 1404
H. Ninaen. Fremont ..'.157 169 157456
K Heln. Freraon .TT8 176 169633
r. Behrenar Fremont ....211. 347. 189647
W. Ixnv Omihi ......189 185 139687
I. .' Oaborne. Wahoo, .....189 175 143487
K Slnmodyope. Wahoo ..12 ill 203657
K. f'hanoel: Frenioat ...17r 170 14348
I,'. Tiylon Fremont .,.,189 '204 208 6'll
U Wright. Fremont 7.,.156 156 066476
O. Douala. Fremont ,-..245 187
IK. Ojendyk, Lincoln ....29 192
E. Gumbel. Lincoln ,...116 179
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U Wria-lit riact..l(l lit
Today's Sport Calendar
Baa Ball Meeting of International
Ira rue dlrertora at Wew Tork City. Meeting
or Pad fie Coaat league at Seattle.
C Douglai, Frtmont
.137 l't ISt 476
Total SOS sai SSI SIS
L. Callfy. Fremont .....111 1S 20S 607
L. Taylor, Fremont ....1(1 11. 173 (.55
R. Chapprl, Fremont ....137
II. Uaman, Fremont . ...HS
'Total ; . . 1 286
Pruyn. Fremont ........202
E. Verbln, Fremont .....167
D. RelH. Fremont H
U, Sampter, Fremont ....ISO
Total j ..... .39S
P. Hartman, Fremont ..144
Z, Man,, Fremont 12
Total , 373
C. Luca. Fremont ......lit
H. Slurve, Fremont ....147
J, Dunn, Fremont ......201
J. Mutloy, Fremont ....143
E. Schmidt, Lincoln ....Ul
Mockett, Lincoln ....169
Younger, Omaha .
A. Bland, Omaha
McCoy, Omaha ,
A. Buffum. Lincoln ....164
K. Kelkenberg, Lincoln. .13
C. Evan, Lincoln 12S
M. Adam," Lincoln ..... H7
S. Boord, Omaha ......176
J Badford, 'Omaha ....ISO
Slmodyne. Wfchoo H9
Clay, Wahoo 178
Yarmon, Wahoo , 301
200 177 646
Kondell, Wahoo ...
Oaborne, Wahoo . . .
Huh, ILIncoln . ....
v MiddauKBr -Fremont ,.m
L. Hammond, Fremont ..264
O. Btllea, Fremont 156
B. NUn, Fremont ..,.149
a Holn, Fremont JJJ
L. Zloky, Fremont ,,....153 ll
Total ..ST 261
J. Johneon. Fremont ,...174 1W
1. Vitllv. Fremont ....137 14)
Total. ..'..'.'....a. .....tU .06 2 M
' MAXWELL' MOTORS-LINCOLN.
B. Shedd .
A. O. Buffum 1
314 ' 169
H. Klkenberf ?
B. Mookett M.
FBE5IONX tAt u I jvj 1 1. in-.'
F. Mlddaugh i5..17?..
L. Wrlht ,........'; "
W. Frouyn.i , ;?
r rtnuviu ............ ..2)1 it
....,. 911" S90 948 2.751
OOLDtH ROD ICE CREAM CO FR B MON T
r. ch.pp.1 '! S f
2 SX,:.::::::;:::::::lio v v
con.; "-!.; !J,i
.734 8G8 133 2.484
j.. lt 2d. Id.
,...T...f .134 196 304
1.167 120 124
.......154 144 156
,i 186 116 143
Ed Haln ....
U Jltotky ..
F. Behren. ,
.XH 138 111
...T..731 714 797 1.248
Otal .T. ."li V
. anvtva nilTHIEHB FRKMUrt 1.
Int. 2d. 3d. Tot
3. Mulloy , ..N.n;
Dunn . "
Qamoter . ........... ...1-0
Total. . T13 166 719 1.197
MARR CANDY CO.-FREM6nT.
let 2d. 3d. Tot.
. . .i l't l0
p! Hartman 4-. .173 U
i. v.il. ....141 151 144 431
7. Marc 121 12S 154
11. Struvar ,.18 J6
1., 4A 4,1 Ta(
H. K. Hansen ....201 169 181 534
U Kleoy 163 144 16 47)
O. Toman . , 189 181 181 621
r. Jaraah . 193 146 164 607
W. Learn ,....184 191 171 649
Total. . 90. U 850 2.539
EVANS CLEANERS LINCOLN.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot
C. Bush ....163
L Lamb . 119
M. Adam. . 140
C. Evane 13S
V. Waldbam. .....t 176
Total. . ., 172 770 714 1.137
POWELL 8LTPLT CO. OMAHA,
W. &akr . . . .
W. Biand ....
1st. 2(1. Id. TOt.
3. Bertwell ...
J. tober ....
H. McCoy . . . .
Totals . ......
932 833 757 1,421
1st 2d. 3d. Tot
R, Sclpla ,
17 163 .639
171 14 i 601
186 171, 620
16S 161 533
H. O. Hansen 166
M. Huntington 161
K. Bcipla ...101
. 8 All'S INDIANS OMAHA.
8. - Boqrd 12 202
J. Radrord 268 160
C Tounter .....171 140
P. Schuta . fl78 127
H. Fits. 232 ltl
Total., 10-8 710 854 2,661
r' BAER A DVORAK WAHOO.
, let 2d. 3d. Tot
P. Slmodyne. .- .'. 176 ls i8 839
F. Toung.... 144 203 23 v 664
r. Kandele ............ .1H .140 i:t m
H. Clay.... ...16 208 181 654
U Osborne ........164 134 201 629
lifi 111 171
OMAHA GUN CLUB
Obtain 17-Acre Tract and Will
Erect Clubhouse and In- v j
stall Five Traps at I
After many weeks of searching, the
Omaha Gun club has found a new
The new location is a 17-acre t-act
west of Fairacrcs. It liesbeiween
Firacres nd the peony farra" and
faces the bodge street road. It is all
hay meadow, with a clear background,
so that it will make an excellent
shooting ground. . . V
The club has leased this tract and
will at once start, at work on a new
club house and five, traps.
Next Sunday the club will stai; a
farewell .shoot at its present grounds
across the Missouri river. Then, on
the following Sunday, the rew
grounds will be baptized.
The gun elub members are enthus
iastic: ovm. their new location. Thev
declare it will be one of the best shoot
ing grounds in the entire country and
thatv tournaments held" on these
grounds will attract shooters from all
parts of the country.
. Cajter Is High.
George Carter of Lincoln turned in
fli hiirh srnre Snnrlav at a jcViAnr at
the gun clubfCarter's 47x50 was h&h
. 4 f - l ' t-v aa
marie oi ine aay. nenry Mcuonaia
and Ray Kingsley were the leading
amateurs, each Cracking 46, blue rocks
out of 50 chances. George Maxwell,
the one-armed shark from Hastings,
and Rush Rarte from Curtis, Neb.,
were professionals in addition to Car
ter who took' part in -the Sunday
shooting. Maxwell broke 45 targets
and Razee, 43.' Scores were as fol
Ellison, 44x60, ,
J. McDonald, 40x60,
rot lard, 13.'5.
War Savings Stamp Quota
Lyons, Neb., March 25. (Special.)
The VVar Savines stamp drive here
Friday obtained $28,000 in stamp sub J
scriptionsf wnicn is o,uuu more man
the quota announced for Lyons. '
The following are candidates fqr
trustees at the coming qty election:
Harry WJiite, Roy Shumway, vPaul
Karo.'Paul Calnon, F. F. Laase and
Harrv Martin. The ." . nominees for
school ofticers are E. IX Wigton, Dr.J
yy. i-. rveeitei, j. r. rvuiiucson ana
D. R. Cofiin.
Hoblitzel Appointed to
Lead Boston Americans
'.Boston, March 25. Richard Hob
litzel, .famous first t baseman, has
been appointed captain of the Bos
ton American league base baal team,
according to word received today
from the Red Sox training camp at
Hot Springs, Ark. There has been
much speculation over the leadership
of the team during the coming year,
and many thought J.ohft Evers would
be named. 1
si ,i .i a aaasi as -
Boxing Instructor of 7
T. R. Dies of Pneumonia
New Yorkv March 2S. Mike Dono
van, former middleweight champion
pugilist and widely forown as boxing
instructor of Theodore t Roosevelt
when the colonel was president of the
United States, died of pneumonia at
a hospital here early today- . v
Chicago White Sox Pitcher
Breaks Leg at Training Camp
Dallas) Tex., March 25. Ed Corey,
a recruit pitcher of the Chicago Amer
icans broke his leg just above the
anklejhere this afternoon during the
game with the Dallas team of the
.Texas league. He was taken to a local
U EXHIBITION GAMES ' ".
New Orleans, La., March 25 Joe
Wood's home run in the 11th inning
with a rrian on base, broke the tie and
gaveNhe Cleveland Americans a 9 to
7 victory over the New Orleans
Southern association team todary.
Store; , 1 R. H. B.
Cleveland' 16 3
New Orleans T 11 S
xBattertea Coveleskte, Morton. Groom and
O'Neill; Smith, Martina and Peters.
Ban Antonio, Tex., March 14. R. H. E.
St. Louis Natlona'j A., T 11 1
San Antonio CTeaaa leagne) T I
Batterle -Ames, Meadows. May and 8ny.
der; Hydorn, R. . and Anderson. .
Dallas tlx.'. March 14. V It H. B.
Cblrago Amerlcanav. 16 IT 1
Dallas (Ttiai league) 19 S
Batterlea Danfortb. MusaerSehallenberg
and Lee, Schalki' Coalee.' Lewi.. Wilson,
Compere rr.l Dowle.1 , x
Hot finrn; Ark.. March 14. R. H. B.
Brooklyn (Nationals), ...T.... .....1 1 1
Do-to lAmertcansl .t..7 11 1
Batterle-rammaui Marquard. Coombs,
Miller; Ruth. May. and Agnew.
Jaekaonville. Fla.. March .
R: H. B.
Camp Johnson '
B.llrl .ftrimil Jacob,
...... S 4
1,519 Smith; Ualljr n4.h
OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH" 26, 1918.
EIGHT TO ONE IN BIG
DRIVE NEAR BAUPAUME
One Genhan Division to One English Battalion When
Teutons Launch Thrust South of-St. Quentin;
' " Machine Guns Hew Down Enormous
Numbers, of Advancing v
s'- Enemy: ,,
British rrny Headquarters in France, Sunday, March 24
The main thrust on the Britiih right flank by the Germans
Thursday morning was south of St. Quentin and the enemy
used a division for every 2,000 yards of the front, there being
approximately 'one German division against every British bat
z The purpose of the attack here was to capture Urvillers,
and Essigny-Le-Grand and thereby acquire high ground for a
further advance, 1
v It is now possible to give more details of the early stages
of this and other fights.
CROSS OISE RIVER. '
, Orf the extreme right of the British
army the enemy crossed the - River
Oise at two places. One body of
troops came out of LaFere and swung
north, while another army crossed at
Moy and turned south to form a junc
tion with the LaFere group. Through
out the day the battle raged in the
lowlands-about the Oise. '
At Vendeuil, a group of British
held out until 4 o'clock Friday after
noon. A little further, north the Ger
mans stormed Urvillers and Essigny.
Just west of St. Quentin in the Brit
ish were forced to fall back, but
throughout the day they clung to the
Holnon wood, a little northwest of the
GERMANS DRIVE AT HAM.
South of St' Quentin a number of
strong British redoubts made a gal
lant defense and it was nightfull be
fore thev last of them, with their ma -
chine gunners, had been reduded. The
end of the first clay found the British
behind-the St. Quentin canal.
Friday morning the enemy renewed
his assault with increasing vigor, and,
after desperate fighting in the region
of LaFere, succeeded in getting
across to the British side.
Further north the British also w;tht
drew from Holnon wood. The (itr-
FOR HEAVY TITLE
BOUT ARE SIGNED
Willard to Received 75 Per
Cent of Colonel Miller's End
.' and Fulton $20,000
v Flat. -
Chicago, March 25. Final articles
closing a heavyweight championship
match between Jess Willard and Fred
Fulton of Rochester, Minn., the chal
lenger, were signed here today.
Willard, it was revealed in the new
set of articles, is to receive 75 -.per
cent i of the net profits made by
Colonel J . Miller, promoter, while
Fulton is to receive a flat-eurn of
$20,000. The agreement, also stipu
lates that Miller shall ,have the jright
to sell or transfer the bout to sucti
person or persons as he may see fit.'1
"If I am successful in selling the
match for $100,000 or more in fact,
any amount I will have to pay
Fulton $20,000 and giv$ Villiard-75
per cent of the-- balance," Miller ex
plained. I may not be able to sell the
match. If I don't, I shall-promote it
myself. There's one thing Certain
Willard and Fulton will fight some
place for the championship .the next
fourth of July." .
The articles stipulate tnat wu'ara
and Fulton shall establish training
quarters in the vicinity of the city in
which the contest is staged, for at
least, three weeks prior to tne bout.
The number of rcmnds to be fought
will depend entirely on the, laws of the
state. ...... t ,:-
(London, March 25. Emperor Wil
liam and Field Marshal von Hinden
burg visited Peronne on Sunday eve
ning, according to Berline , advices
forwarded from Amsterdam by the
The German losses in the battle at
Bapaume are described as "compara
tively heavy." ; -
British Score Successes '
, " On EasteYn Front
London, March 25. The British
positions on the. left - bank of the
Jordan, in Palestine, were, extended
on Friday night, it is announced of
ficially, . ; . -,
mans then drove at Ham, which bad
been cleared of civilians, and Satur
day morning, after obtaining a cross
ing of the canal, drove southward
into the British positions.
Outnumbered Eight to One.
In the other main theater of opera
tions between Arras and Bapauipe
the Germans made their first ui've
against the high groundbetwesr; the
Cojel and Sensee rivers, The Ger
man" preliminary bombardment was
terrific, and their ' infantry oucrvm
bered the British eight to one in . me
Early the Germans attacked south
ward into Bullecourt, aitti the B'-nsh
withdrew to a line cbvering Vaulx
Vrancourt, MorcHies and Ba-uretz-Lez-Cambrai.
The hottest and most
disputed point was Mory, whuh the
Germans occupied only yesterduv,
During today the Germans Over-
,fran St. Leger, Vaulx-Vrancourt and
Henin. One company of ma.hine
gunners on Henin hill held ud the
German advante for a loiij? time noing
deadly execution in the dei.tely
The Germans have been bringing up
artillery in theTiiost able manner be
hind their shock troops and have been
making full use of this arm as the ad
By FRED S. HUNTER. '
E SINCERELY trust that Iht
Western league will decide to
play 6 o'clock base -ball. At this
moment, we can think of no better
treatment to sooth the frayed nerves
of the dispeptic ball scribes who must
catch a 9 p. m. edition, than a course
in 6 o'clock base ball, especially when
the games go 18 innings.
The Great Offensive. '
CINCEXColonel iller horned into
x the sporting arena' with his Wil-lard-Fulton
chatter the artillery fire
has been heavy and the excitement
intense. But the worst is yet to come:
Wait until the combatants begin to
discuss the insigfiiikant topic of
referee. A Pittsburgh steel, foundry
in full blast will sound like a purring
kitten in comparison to the gas attack
which will be launched.
Battling forthe Spoils.'
JOHN Reisler, fight manager and
, barber, alias John the.v Razor,
wants to pluckssorne of the peaches
from the Jack Dempsey tree. He says
he has" a contract which makes him
the riphtful --manager of Jack ilie
Giant Killer, instead of Jack F.ens.
Whenever the buds begin to blossom
the whole neighborhood wants to
pet in , on the pickings.
MarkingTJp a Turkey. v
JOHN Rijchie, who hammers a
wicked typewriter for the Minne
apolis Journal, is a caustic cuss and
he has his own ideas about wrestling
and wrestlys. John recently re
ferred to three of our leading ex
ponents of the 'matNgame as "Zee
biscuit Padlock and Stretcher,
which, we say, is drawing a. bead on
the bulkr-eye and registering a m.Vks
'manship medal and three cigars.'
A Regular Thriller. - i
SUSPENSE! ' Suspense! , Suspense!
shouts one of Mr. Shirley's movie
advertisements. Must be referring Jo
the negotiations ;for theWillard-Ful-ton
i . . - ,
At the Movies? y, r
TTJLY 4 is the dayN selected for both
0 Willard-Fulton fight and the
Caddock-Stecher wrestling match.
How, will you spend Jhe day now?
U. S. Discourages New Firms
Not Essential to thenar
Washington, 'March 25. To Tis
courage all new indstrial projects not
deemed essential to the prosecut;o.- of
the war, the war industries boa-rtf ill
withhold from such olants the ttne
fits'of priority" of transportation for
their products. - , , ' i
, CAE1IALTY LIST
i . ,
Colonel Douglas MacArthur of
Rainbow Division, Reported
Severely Wounded; Recently ;
N Decorated for Bravery.
Washington, March 25.-General
Pershing'-, casualty list contained to
day !j names. One died of wounds,
three died of . disease, three from
causes unknown, "one man severely
wounded and seven slightly wounded.
Colonel Douglas MacArthur, chief
of staff of the Rainbow division, wis
Colonel MacArthur formerly was
the War department's censor here
and recently was decorated for brav
Died of wounds:
PRIVATE JOHN T. KIRBY.
v Died o: disease: ' "
PRIVATE FLETCHER PICK
ENS, pneumonia. .
PRIVATE TOM WATSON, pneu
PRIVATE WINTHROP S. LOW
ERY, rupture of the liver.
JDied of cause unknown:
PRIVATE JOSEPH' -E. ERICK
SON. v ;
Colonel Dougas MacArthur,
Slightly wounded: Corporal Oscar
E. Thomas, Corporal James M. Hast
ings, Corporal John Leyshock; Pri
vates Edward J. Collins, Henry Too
hey, Charlie A. Trent, Joseph B.
NO CA USE FOR
.Washington. March 25
department sees no .cause for alarm
on the part of the 'people. of the
United States." said Major General
Pevton C. March, acting chiefi of
staff, commenting,today on the sftua-,
tion in rrance. air LJougias Haig
has announced that the .British with
drawal was in accordanceAvjjh a defi
nite plan. That announcement is to
be accepted." ,
! General March stated specifically
that the War department 'Still ( was
without information which Would
confirm the report that American
units had taken parf in the great
Fifteen Omahans Summoned. '
, for Duty on Fed Grand Jury
- Fifteen of the 50 federal petit jury
men summoned for the April term are
Omahans, as follows:
H.W. Allwine. 2Q16 Emmet street;
Edward A. Caldwell, 2957 Fa'tam
street; Frank Clark, care M. E. Srdth
& Co A. J. Cooley, 319 North Forty
first avenue; Elmer A. Cope, cars Up
dike Grain company; W. W. F?rqu
har, 3309 Evans street; F. H. Hfn
sen," care New York Life Insunrce
company; Als Keenan. 123 Siath
Tw;nty-fifth avenue; L. JankvW'ki,
114 North Eighteenth vstreet; Jehu
McCaffery, 3314 Howard streei C.
E. Malm,' 520 North Thirty-sec. nd
street; O. H. Steele, 2317 Deweyve
nue; Charles Sunbhfd. 1317 ScVth
Sixth street; John H.. Toms, R16
Spencer street; C. J. Westertlah! 1715
They must report April 2 at 2 p rri.
Former Omaha Newspaper s
Man Now Captain in Army
- Captain Loren R. Brooks, fonr.er
Omaha newspaper man. is visit ng
lieren his-way to Grand Island and
Mirmeapolis, the latter being his. he me
city. He has been in training at
Camp Sill, and will be stationed, at
Camp Cody with the 126th field r.rtil
lery. Watch the Little
Unsightly and Disfigvring Sig
nals of. Bad Blood.
Don't close your eyes to the warn
ing which nature eives. when un
sightly pimples appear your face
and other Darts of thebbdv. m
Not oaiy are these pimples and
splotches disfiguring, but thejlead
to' serious, skin' diseasesthat spread
anocause the most discomforting ir
ritation ,and pain. Sometimes they
foretell Eczema, boils,, blisters, scaly
eruptions andother annoyance that
burn like flames of fire, and make
you feel that your skin is ablaze.
"When thesQ symptoms appear on
any part of the body, take prompt
steps to rid the blood of these disor
)R. E. R.TARRY-.
I 1 1 1 1 V-r s
BY SHELL FROM
BIG GERMAN GUN
, Pari3, March 25. An American cor
poral of marines was struck in the
chest by a splinter of one of the first
shells "which fell during 'Saturday's,
bombardment oi Paris by the "Ger
mans. He was wounded seriously, but
his life probably was saved by the
deflection of the splinter by a cigaret
case. So far as has been reported he .
is the only American victim of the
The Matin says 'one of the shells
fired in the direction of Paris yester
day struck a church in the suburbs.
Several persons, who were attending '
a Palm Sunday service were killed.
Russo-German Army ,
Marchss ToWard Irkutsk
Harbin, Monday, March 18. Rus
sian and German soldiers in Siberia
are organizing an army corps com- '
posed of one exclusively Russian di
vision and another which will be two- 1
thirds German and one-third Austrian,
according to reports reaching official
quarters at Irkutsk. 1
Four thousand Cossacks are said, to
have joined 10,000 Germans, the com
bined force being expected to go fo v
Irkutsk. ' f .'
L. S. Gray, a"ft American business '
man at i Omsk, reports that 1,000
prisoners with machine guns, air
planes, motorcycles, armored car's and.
ammunition have been concentrated'
at Tomsk. At Krasnoyarsk a passport
bureau, has been" established and is
supplying to - Austrian soldiers cre
dentials under Russian names. Ger
mans are guarding 10,000 rifles in the
arsenal at Irkutsk. All "these move
ments, according to information
reaching here, are parts of a plan to
mobilize along the frontier and op
pose any advance by foreign troops
Engineering Bodies Will
Hold Meeting in Omahaa
Nebraska chapter of the American
Society of CM! ' Engineers and the
Omlha Technical club have called a
joint meeting of all engineers, and
those interested iij road improve
ments, to be held at Paxton hotel,
March 30. . '
Thomas ILMcDonald, chief engi
neer of the Iowa State Highway coni
missioiu will address the meeting on
the subject, of "Organization and
Operation of the Iowa State Highway
. I ! t - II..J..
Commission, and the Laws Lndrr
Which it - Operates." George T.
Prince Witt talk on "The Need of
Recognition of the Engineer by the
Public in Civil Matters."
One Hundred Fifty Navy
Recruits Leave for West
One hundred and frfty-fiye navv re
cruits left Omaha Sunday night for a
naval station near San Francisco.
It was a cosmopolitan crcyvd and
an enthusiastic one. -
Hundreds of friends and relatives
were there to bid the boys pcod
by. There was no sobbing or wetpv
ing,' but there was no lack of cheer
ing as tlrtf newsies on the street
shouted: "Extra I 'Haig LlneJKaMsl'
CASCO -7Vi in. r
Clyde -1 'sin.
i FOR SPRING
Clueu.Ptiho&y if Co. Inc. Maktrg
ders. And the one remedy which has
no equal as apurifieris S. S. S.,
the purely vegetable blood medicine,
TOhich hns hppn on the market for
more than fifty years. It is sold by
druggists everywhere.- ,
If vou are afflicted with any form
of skin disease, do not Expect to bo
cured by, lotions, ointments, salve3
and other local remedies as they can
not possibly reach the source of the ,
trouble, which is in thp blood. Begin
taking S. S. S. today, and write a
complete history of your case to our
chief medical advisor, who will give
you ' special instructions?-- without
charge. Write at once to Swift Speci
fic Co., 441 Swift Laboratory, At
lanta, Ga. J " t
Kectai Diseases Cured without a severe sur
gical jperatioa No Chloroform ot Ether
used Cure guaranteed PA r WHEN CURED.
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