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ROURKES TARE RUN
TO MAINTAIN FORM
Ail Members of Team Expected
Be in Beatrice by Next
ITRST CAME WITH CLEANERS
BKATKICR. Neh., March SI. - Special
Telearam.) Although the weather waa
cold and threatening .todny the Rnurkc
family look their regular workout but
apent moat of their time on the field
running ao aa to put tliHr wind In rood
bnrxi and get the klnka out of their lega.
, Marty Kru Mated today that tho boya
would bo In chape to enter the flrt ex
hibition game next Tur.day with the
Lincoln Cleaner mid liye Work at top
No more playera are expected until
next week, and all memhera of the club
ara expected to be here for the (tame
The playeia yet to report are Pitcher
Thompsoti. Outfielder Andcrann and
The malnatay hackatop fur the team
laat year. Catcher Claire and Ppcllman,
and 1-Vat Itaacman Schlleher. were In
the harneaa today for the flrat time alnca
the camp opened and allowed Rood form.
Claire waa manager for the Urand
Iland baao ball team laat year In the
Nebraska! State league and with that
team played flrat baae laat aeaaon.
'T" Hourka left today for Omaha to
apend Sunday and will return next Mon
day to be on the job until the team
tiraaka camp on April 14. Mra. R'-urke
will accompany him to thla city.
WASHINGTON. March .The Brook
lyn Nallonala were defeated today, 3 to
1. by the Waalilngton Americana In the
firat tame her of the aprlna- Inter-league
Harper held the vlaltor hilleas
and runleaa for five Innlnm. The flld'n?
waa faat. three doublea play belli
IIOI STON. Tex.. March 31.-I.ona; hlta.
Including home run by Burn, gave the
New York National! a 4 to 1 victory over
the Houaton. Tex., league team here to-
BEAI MONT. Tex..' March Sl.-The Pe
trolt Americana accepted every offering
i f ti e local pitchers today and hit fifteen
tlmea for five runa. while the Ftejiumont.
Tey., league playera wri making a alngle
Jtr.MPHia. Tenn., March 31-The New
York Americana riled up a aafe lead over
tlie C nclnnatl Nnllonnla In the five ln
t Imja that 8chncider pltchel for Clncln
iiti and won today'a same hoc I to i
Cldeona home tun In the fifth with two
men on raaea. win reaponrlhle for three
of the Yaukcca runa.
Pa Rourke Schedules
Nine Training Games
BKATRTCK. Neh.. March Sl.-peclal.)
-f Ituurke of the Omaha ball club laat
evening arranged the following echedule
'f exliihlth.ii camea while In aprlng train
April 4-:.-1 nroln Cleaning and Uye
Workn team ul Heat i Ire.
.. i... i unaiitt and Moux I' lv mi
April h- 10- Omaha
I' all hurv.
and Sioux City at
April ll-lMI-omaha and Kiou City at
ALL MANAGERS SELECTED
FOR WESTERN ASSOCIATION
OKLAHOMA C ITY. Okls... March Hl.
l'or some time the place as manager '
some of the teams in the Wetern as
i la Hon has been un-ertaln, but recently
the teams anuoimcd their pilots for the
11 j season a follows: Oklahoma City.
Farl Snapp: Muskogee, 'Heinle" Maag
McAlei-t r, James llumphrl s; Paris. John
1 lllman; Sherman. Walter Franti; Tulsi.
Howaid Price, and Forth (Smith, S I
HOLDS BOXING BOUTS IN
CINCY BASE BALL PARK
CINCINNATI. O.. March H -That th
boxing game hhs taken on renewed Im
I vtua here la evidenced by the fact that
Tledland field, thv. home of the Cincin
nati Nationals has been contracted for
during the months of May, June. July
and August, by one of the boning pro
rooters here. It is the Intention of the
promoter to hold open air bouts durln,
WHITE SOX TO TRAIN AT
MINERAL WELLS AGAIN
The Chicago American league club la
well pleased with results at Mineral Wells
and a contract lias been signed by ConiU
kty for the While box to return Cure
GARRY H ERRM ANN BUTTS
INTO AUTO RACING GAME
August Herrmann Is president and Rob
ert H. liaugh vioe president of a company
that will build a I'dtMV automobile
tpecdasy in Ulrmingham. Ala.
VMCHMX I f SM-LADY- f " 'I ' CiK r VV fAVT AOO CAN AN' AJZJ l HLLP" P'
XC-lT-l CHANCE TO T ' ' , M ' . , LJJ f y, A,0UME Jt TT
'FRISCO LOSES ANOTHER OF
HAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. March 31 -Han
Kranclsco la experiencing a deal
of trouble retaining tennla atnra who
have eatabllahcd national renutationa.
Flrat, n. Dudley Murray niovnd to
New York to make hta home, and only
recently Maurice Mcl.oughlln embarked
in the aportlng gooda bualnnaa with
Themaa Bundy and took up hla realdence
In l48 Angelea.
Now cornea word that 'Trek" Griffin,
who holda the doublea champlonahlp with
William Johnston, la contemplating mak
ing hlK home In Honolulu,
"Peck" atopped off at Honolulu to
Play in tho mld-Pajiflc carnival tourna
ment. Ward Dawaon and Hcala Wright,
the other playera from the mainland,
returned homo a week or ao ago, but
Griffin atayei over. It la raid that he
likes the country over there and la aerl
oualy considering making It hla home.
TICKER SERVICE FOR FAIR
ONES IN LITTLE ROCK
So great Is the Interest In base ball in
Little Itock, among women as well as
men. that the largest department store
in the city haa arranged to Install a ticker
service in Its women's) rest room, where
all the American, National and Southern
league games will be bulletined.
HERE'S ANOTHER EVERS
WHO PLAYS BASE BALL
There Is still another Kvers In the
game. Connie Mack la wiving a trial
to a youngster hailing from Philadel
phia who hears the famous name. He
is an Infieliler and tho ann of a poli
tician prominent in tho Quaker City.
4 ar Men to Flay .
T'wlay at 2 o'clock the Pierce Htreet
Railway team will mi-et thi liyrne ft
Hammers at Thirty second stieet an I
Dewey avenue. Itolh tcnmi nr In II ,o
lomi no a Kood game la looked f"r.
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Individuality In Men's
1 V- thing different" in model, pattern and fit.
Copyright. Intern! Ni
COME TRAILING IN
Eleven Men Already at Beatrice and
Eleven More Arc on the
CASPAR HAS HIGH HOPES
FA I fine RV, Neh.. March 31. -(Special
Telegram.)-Hai ry Uaapar and eleven of
hla prospective playera commenced active
training at the city park hall diamond
today and eleven more players are ex
pected to arrive In the city from tho eaa'.
Among (he arrivals of the Rloux City
tribe last night were Pat I.lvlngxton of
Cleveland, Ohio. Livingston did not play
ball last yeHr, but haa donned his uni
form and Is In the game to stay this
year, lie formerly played with the Ath
lotl.H. Al Furschnrr. mho played with
the Sioux City team four years ago. .t
trying to land a berth with his old love
and la here staged out In a uniform.
(iporue Naughtou. who pi a veil with
Knnna City Inst year, Is trying to get
his name on the payroll of tho Slmix
He halls from Sloux City. Connie Callls-
tcr. Honion. the Slojx City shortstop of
luft year, la again on deck. Pitcher Rer-
nle lioyle l.i In the city nml getting hla
arm In shape. Me registers from Peoria,
III. Outfielder Gene t'osgrove showed up
last night and will try to land his old po
sltlcm In the outfield.
C. R. Clark, familiarly known aa "Pep"
la another pitcher enrolled with the Ploux
at thla point. Meaara. Roy French, T. E.
Connley and U M. Fran-is, the trio who
have been In the city for several days,
are giving t lie other bail players a warm
Manager Harry Gaspar Is decked out In
a uniform and took time to say, "I ex
pect to put the Pioux Cltl warriors
through strenuous practice each day.
Y e will work out five and six hours
practicing twice a day.
"At present we have five holdouts on
the club, that Is men who have not signed
up at present.
"The practice will constat of hatting
pitching and different work to fcVvelop
the players. We have Rn exhibition game
staged for Omaha for a week from yea
terday. April . to be played here. Then
we will go to Reatrlce for exhibition
games on Friday and Saturday. Omaha
will como over here Sunday and Monday.
"We expect to put in three weeks of
good training it thla point."
lr. Hell's I'lne-Tar-lloney.
Honey soothes the Irritation. Pine Tar
cuts the phlegm, relieves congestion,
soothes the raw spots. &lc. All druggists.
GRANDIL SWINGS HEAVIEST
BAT IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
According to a Cleveland war corre
spondent Chick Gandlt swings the heav
iest bat used in the American league. His
sticks weigh around fifty-six ounces. In
the National league 1-arry Ooyle snd
Jack Meyers are suld. to uso the heaviest
COZY DCLAN SIGNS UP
WITH INDIANAPOLIS CLUB
Coxy lotin, who "bought" hl own le
liose from (he St. Ix-uls Cardinals by i".
ceiling a bonus for givlim up his e n
tract, has sltned w ith the Indiana p il
club of the American asset iitlon.
"Something different," "Not what eyery
one else has." We hear theae remarks
almost every day. Thia Store for Men haa
for its chief concern the filling of the wanta
of auch persons.
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If you have not seen them, you owe it to
yourself to do ao. May we show them to
you Saturday! Priced $20, $25 and
$30. Other high grade Suits Society
Brand, $25 and $30-Kenmor Suits, best
made for the money, $15 and $20.
Hats and Furnishings
You will find that individuality in our
l?ats and Furnishings that our Clothing pos
leuiea In I lata. ItorHalinna have the call
Very lisrht and soft. St and
Whatever your wants are in Shirts, Un
derwear, Neckwear or Hosiery, we will
supply them juat to your liking.
411 Soata 161b L
OMAHA. SATl'KDA V, .Willi. 1. ir10.
ENTERS FRENCH STEEDS
Clarence Mackay, who has a reputation i
as an international sporlBinun, haa en-
tered two horses In tho Kentucky Derby. I
For the first time In the forty years I
history of the great classic, which has
been the fenture of the annual racing
season on Churchill Downs. Louisville, I
Mackay's colors will go to the post. ,
For a score or ho of year Mr Mackay
has been a prominent figure in racing I
circles, not only In thla country but In
England and France aa well, but particu
larly in tho latter. The discontinuance
of turf sport In France, however, has
caused him to bring across the best of
JOE ENGELWEDS TOWN
BELLE AT TRAINING CAMP
Here's a romance of a training camp:
Pitcher Joe Kngel of the Minneapolis
Millers, at Hickman, Ky., was wedded
to the town belle, the acquaintance hav
ing been formed during the team's stay
I S3) 8MMS, HI
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Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
1 WEEK TO CONTINUE
ill the retail cliati
will he apparent
of Oi nulla for
The burst of i nl'.iJ.-iarn lit 7 o'cloci
luat night not lii" (lone of th.
activity by m y in- n n. While the hand
played only lh firs niaht, beai tiful
window tllHilaD will be M!H i,p for M
Many of the store. contemplate ihwnn
Ing their llspln once. In lee or thre
Utiles during t liH "Week of Wonderful
Windows." others wil1 leave the dixplay
Just aa they opened it when the siren
The postoffiee band, which furnished
music, at every Important retail corner
luring the opening night, volunteered
its service for this occanlon. This was
done lursely out of appreciation of whnt
tie retailers did for the postoffiee men
In the way of giving entertainments an'
supporting every movement the postof
fiee men made a year aijo In their ef
forts to raise money to properly enter
tain their National letter Carriers' con
vention In Omaha.
FOHL MAKES FIRST CUT
AND FIRES TWO ROOKIES
Manager Foni of the ClevclunJ In
dians made hla first cuts when lie re
leased Outfielders Kdmondson and Pas
chal to the New Orleans Pelicans.
Liverpool r-raln Market.
UVFKPOO?., March 31. W1IF.AT
Spot. No. I Manilolia. l".s Td ; No. 3. 1.1s
id: No. red western winter, lis Td; No.
'. hard winter, gulf, lis M.
COUN Spot American mixed, new. 10s
The opening of Omaha's newest and most up-to-date
Billiard and Pocket Billiard Emporium on
Saturday, April 1st
30 New Brunswick Tables
Soda Fountain Cigars Candy.
You and your lady friends are cordially invited
to inspect the largest Billiard and Pocket Billiard Par
lor west of Chicago.
Rose Bldg. 16th and Farnam
TEL. TYLER 999. E. S. HOLMES.
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Goltz Says Tauscher
to Furnish Dynamite
to Blow Up the Oanal
WASHINGTON. .Miireli " - Hi put t
ment of Ju.-tiee offki.ls aiiiiounced to
day that two uri":cil eon.ipitators with
Captain llaiiH Tail:4" her In tile ploot to
Mow up the YVcllaud canal wete under
arrest in New York, that a third was
under surveillance in New England and
that they expected to a'test a fourth In
a few days.
Among the additional arrests annouueod
today was that 'of a man w ho gave the
name of Tucker. He was taken into
custody in Fl Pnso two weeks' auo and
later taken to New Vol. The a'leged
conspirators are said to have planned an
invasion of Canada to be made at a
point west of the Great Lakes.
According to the story told department
airents by llorst von der Gnltx. the al
leged German py brought to New Y'ork
oy Scotland Yard detectives lnl Tuesday,
the plan to blow up the Welland canal
was known to Captuin von Pipcu. the
withdrawn German mi'ltary ittaihe, wlir.
furnlslierl nion y for the work.
Yon der Golt7. was ifuoted as sayltu
that Von Pnpen had endorsed the Wel
land Canal proposal after it had been
decided that it would he Impossible to
lead a large armed cxprdiUon Into Can
ada from the I'nlted States. Von le4
Goltz had sought to enlist Germans in
Baltimore, Hohoken and New York and
department agents say lie declared he
was aetinii with the knowledge ol Von
Von der Goltz fame to the I'nlted States
in July. 1!M. from Mexico, where he had
been m General Villa's staff, and re
ported to Von F a pen. The plan to Invade
Canada, he told department agents, had
ijeen I is. not Von Papen's.
Alter a time. Von der Goltz said, the
plan was abandoned. The Intended point
of inH.-li.i), officials paid, was "west of
the Great Lakes." The force which Von
der Goltz wanted to raise for the expe
dition was to he sufficiently large to
engage the attention of the troops which
Canada was training to send to Europe.
llvniiornlPil Apples find Dried Frolts
NI'W YORK. March 31.F.VAP-tiRTI-:r
AI'PI.KS Dul and nominal:
fancy. T'isije; choice, ri7''J',.c; prime.
IiKIKH FUl'ITS Prunes, firm: Califor.
i.ias 17 ll'4c; Oregon. 7ViJz9c. Apricots,
firm: choice, M-ij-JiJiV: extra choice, Wtj
lf'4c; fancy, llii lLV. Peaches, uulet:
choice, .".'ic: extra choice, fic: fancy. HSr.
Raisin, steady: lose muscatels. 6'i7c;
choice to fancy seeded. T'iifii'sc; seed
less. i r(if.
Night at 8:15
My re-arrangement of his
roiirert lHxikinKN, we Iiavc liecn
able to secure this wonderful
Huwaiian Artist for Just ONE
more Ouicert, to be rendered
Thin is n free treat that you
should not miss, and is
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ITCHING ECZEMA IS A
CONSTANT BLOOD CRY
The Blood Reaches Every Part
of the Body Every Twelve
Thrra ir apfroxlmatrly T0,0-ie,() pera
In the akin of a human body. Theae con
nect with the blood channrla by meant of
llttln ranala. These canala are aoroe
timea filled with poiaona and the akin
s'alei and bliatera, net a red and raw and
become like ao much tissue fir.
Salvea )r not reach the aourca of the
trouble. To make the blood pure la the
only acientlflc method of relief.
H. S. (v ia the preateat blo.xl purifier
hecauae it i a natural one. There la lif.
mineral f any sort in it. It ia pureh
i Kt'ia i'ie.
So airm t is the fame of 8. s. g. that
....... ,rii ainng ln varioua
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nr lHt-r ilie a natural death ft a a
builila ui, weak and acidy biood" aire
prompt r hf to alnioet every rase at
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