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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1907.
KENNEDY GETS FOUR YEARS Tonuer Cooereiiman, Then Pii Oilier and Cowell I errs it Order Kamsd. NEW BOARO POPULAR WITH PEOPLE r ' ' """ 0Tro ghaidon la Being Conftrata Intral ea III" Appointment of Omahn'a Fir anil Folic Commluloi. Th B?' atafT corrpon(1nt wires from Lincoln that John I Kennedy will aerva tha four-yf term, n. C. Pnre tha three year, W, M. Oilier two-yen r and Robert, Cowell the one-year term of the new Board of Fire and Police Commbalonera. Cowell, Pae and Oilier fill the vacanclea occa sioned by the resignation of Dr. Miller, Broatrh and Thomoa, and 'Kennedy Is' ap pointed In place of Lee Spratlen, whose term had expired. The governor mailed the commissions to the members Thursday. . The chief topic of public Interest In Omaha Thursday was Governor Shel don's appointments on the new board. Representative cltliena were free to say1 that Governor Bheldon used aret wisdom In selecting: such strong men as he did for the places and was to be congratu lated that the men selected accepted the appointments. Having not received their commlnalons, the nsw commissioners did not think It wlae Thursday to males any state ments regarding the policies they would , pursue, but It Is generally understood that the new board Is In full sympathy with . the governor In the m niter of law en . forcement and upon that sensitive subject-1 the Blucumb law the governor fully, ex ' plained himself at a banquet In Omaha on January IS. "All I would care to say at this time Is that I fully believe the board will do what It believes Its duty," John L. Kennedy aid. Robert Cowell, E. C. Page and W. M. Glller were averse to making any state ments until their commissions had been received. They probably will find them in their mall this morning. Too Mack Lw, Says Mayor. . The only criticism Mayor Dahlman had to . make was the fact that three of the four new commissioners are lawyers. The mayor believes there are too many lawyers. But, , speaking seriously, the mayor said he be , lleved the appointments were well advised and believed no mistakes had been made by the governor in this Instance. Dr. George L. Miller, member of the old board, Thursday morning wrote Governor . Shelddn a congratulatory note on the wis dom of his appointments. "The new board will lend a high standard to our city gov . ernment. I am muoh pleased with the new board," Dr. Miller said. ' Ed P. Bmlth aald: "I am of the opinion the new board Is a strong one." J. A. C. Kennedy said he looked on the board as a whole as an excellent one. . . The next regular meeting time for the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners will be next Monday evening, when It Is . thought the new board will organise. aJthough the time for ths first meeting has Itot been decided on Will Get After the Resorts. From out of steel doors through which jaloa are not even supposed to be able to bear It has been heard that one of the matters which will be considered by the new board when things have got to run fclng along will be the alleged Sunday aalo tof liquors In several hundred houses of bad repute, many being out of the pre rr rrrr ttt i hiUIN BALTIMORE RYE Is Absolutely Pure and is Guaranteed under the National Pure Food Law THIS CONFIRMS ITS REPUTATION. AND ITS GREAT POPULARITY DEMONSTRATES THAT IT IS THE PREFERRED WHISKEY OF THOSE WHO KNOW THE BEST LIKE THE BEST . BUY THE BEST 0 H m fmt mm mi A ' ast : . .tsatisK - ,$0 $0 ' 1 l J I , '4 frM at sit rt-Ma Wat. La-Na.lLt A cincts of the proscribed district and known as BMlgnAtlrm houses. Councilman El ssiser has twice within the week made public statements that there are ajl told HO such places, his renin rVs being In con nection with an ordinance to regulate the sale of liquors In drug storea NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY Quaint and Carlona Features of Life In a Rapidly Growing state. Tlr ports from the southern pert of the state show that cold weather must play a return engagement If It Is to kill the fruit crop. Farmer legislators know that Mother Nature will pay no attention to the stop ping of the clock and the ground Is crying for seed. Harry Lehr In New Role Harry LeTif has left to begin work with an elevator gang. Archer Correspondent Central City Republican. The Girls All Smile Joe Cawdry has a new buggy and harness. We notice ths girls are all looking pleasant at him. Sli ver Creek Correspondent Falrbury Journal. Dilemma at Norfolk How are we going to distinguish between school ma'ams and chorus girls when the "Isle of Sploe" fairies come to town Friday? Norfolk News. Mayfleld In Danger The pollne of North Platte came pretty near running In Mr. Mayfleld for a hobo. Better shave and polish up. Upper Loup Correspondent Gandy Pioneer. North Platte Is preparing for a rush of homesteaders In May, when 70,000 acres of "Klnkald" land will be opened to set tlement, but It Is not letting this Interfere with Its work for the May festival. The Pawnee City Press has changed hands, Fred Hassler retiring; but It la hardly probable Mr. Hassler sold the paper without providing that his successor shall keep to the fore the name of William J. Bryan "of the United States." No Freaks After All A little Incident that caused much amusement and no little laughter occurred In the Methodist church Sunday evening during the reading of the program for Easter exercises. There was to be a song by a double quartet, but the person reading gravely announced "A song by the double ladles' quartet." The mean ing gradually dawned upon . the smiling audience and everything; was well with all. Alliance Times. A Porcine Tragedy Old grim death usually picks out some shining mark and causes a load of sorrow. When his visi tations come, a clear sky may appear to the grieved ones like a thunderstorm, with nothing cheerful. Last week the old monster visited the premises of Mr. and Mrs. Ude Bokleman and laid his Icy finger upon a most qhertehed object. - It seems that Mrs. Bokleman had been using rat poison plentifully, and not thinking of the awful consequences, a monster rat Indulged too heartily and took himself to the hog pen to die. Now, a nice fat hog, which Mrs. Bokleman was going to sell to the Swldle butoher the next day for IIS, Indulged In rat meat, and behold, next morning the hog ended his career like the rat, and there was sorrow In Tide's household. Weeping Water Herald. TER ear tn ? Jossers, so, feAiuaiara, k4 RACE IN AMERICAN LEAGUE fit. Lov.it, Chicago, Clareland Pioked ai Contenders with Delruli EaA Her. BROWNS, MANY THINK, Will LAND FIRST Cleveland Not Wall Manasjeal n ioa Strongest Points Are Comlakey ad Their Power to Finish. After all this long, lasy period of lethargy are the SL Louis Browns again to win a pennantT Well, It begins to look that way, in the judgment of a good many good buss ball judges. At least, the Browns are gen erally regarded as among ths contenders, If not the coming champions. McAleer has assembled n team of batters, not over looking the good points of the other de partments of the gams. And the value of a batting team Is hard to estimate. Thai Is Stone, the best of all batters; Hemp hill, a terror with the stick; Pickering, Flick, Lelehanty and Yeager, all strong swatters. These men are enough to run any pitcher craxy when they get aftet him. The Browns will have a better field ing team and will be stronger In the box. It is a coincidence that two left fielders of ths HI Louis Browns, O'Nell of the old Four-Time Winners, and Stone of the present team, became champion batters. The American league race this season Is attracting wide attention. Many fans doubt the White Boxs' ability to land In first place again. Ths race Is conceded to be be tween the Box, the Browns and Cleveland and Detroit is the dark horse. One thing the Box have which no other team could have, and that Is the greatest of all base ball brains to direct them Comlakey. The Old Roman will save them when all else falls. Without having It on either tho Browns or Cleveland In point of actual merit, the Box are better finishers, and this wins in any game of life. It, together with Comlskeya wonderful management, won the league pennant and the world's series last year. It was the most marvel ous finish in the annals of base ball. If George Davis, the old vet, whose head on the field has been worth so much to the Box, does not get into the lineup the Sox will be materially weakened, no matter how good a man succeeds him. And it looks as if Davis would balk for good. New Tork Is weakened In a similar way, Hal Chase and Jack Chesbro, two stars, bucking because of salary. Despite all ths hot talk Clark Griffith has handed out about Chase being back in line he is not back In line and unless new arrangements are made between this and ths opening of the season, will not play with New York. Un less his new pitchers shins Griffith will not have as strong a team this year as last. And Cleveland, what of Cleveland? Cleveland, which many sober judges think was good enough to have won the last two pennants, where will this team landT It Is a puzsla. That it Is a pennant contender none can doubt, but with Lajoie, a phenomenal batter and as many think, "ths greatest second baseman in history,'' as manager, can Cleveland win? Well, Lajode certainly has not proved his ability to get the best there is out of this team of nearly all stars. The question Is, has Lajole's managerial Instinct changed? Probably not. Ons of ths greatest tributes ever paid to a ball player Is the silent compliment that falls upon ths shoulders of old Lavs Cross by ths utter failure of Connie Mack to get a man to take his place. After all the long, tedious years Lava, with Brother Monte, was with the Athletics and when he has gone his place can't be filled! Well, If it was filled the Athletics could be counted in ths pennant race. It la ex tremely doubtful If they will land out of the second division. And what of Washington? Oh, well, there are some things that simply cannot be. Fate, inscrutable. Immutable, inex orable and all that sort o thing, don't you know you know. Still, since Brother Joe has taken hold of ths Senators they may be able to bend ths bow of tradition and land at ths top of ths second division. One thing is certain. C&ntlilon will be fighting to the last. He really has some good material. Nig Penine and Ganley, Altlxor, Jones and Hickman ought to help out a lot. Now, Boston; what of Boston, city of love, liberty and languor? Boston, o'er whose classic courts, whose mantled towers, turrets tall and Hill of Bunker have waved, not only the flag of the free and brave, but ths flag of National league champions so many, many times Boston can stand It. Somebody has to finish the thing, why not Boston? Yet. while) 8 Labi's gains; weakens ths team, there axe chances of Improvement over last year. Practice Is still the order of ths day at Vinton street park and morning and after noon finds ths mon hard at it under the supervision of Pa and Captain Buck Franck. With such an energetic leader as Franck It is little wonder the men work hard for ha La at It all ths time. Even old Joe Doian has mads a change and is working- hard to get In condition before the opening of ths season. He works just as hard n practice as ths rest and when the practice is over he takes his run with ths others to work up a good sweat before the baths. Nick Aitrock- had switched to the other division. He pitched the gams Wednes day against Terra Haute, which was nearly won by Buch Freese, but Nick la booked to be In Omaha Friday, just ths same. The grounds are In better condition this spring than they have been for some years and Pa keeps a gang of men at work all ths time perfecting them before ths open ing of the season. All that Is needed la a good subatant'al rain to wet ths diamond thoroughly. The grass has had a better start than sver before and the big four-ton- roller has smoothed the rough places In tbs outfield to the great' delight of the tendera of those gardens. Whether the new leather cushioned seats will be ready before ths opening of the regular season haa not been decided, be cause of several delays. The extent of the grand stand to make room for these seats Is completed and everything ready for the Installation of the seats as soon as they arrive. Brother Dava sprung his new and thick cushions on ths public for the game with the Lee-Glass-Andreesen team last Sunday. It was too cool for pink lerao. It Is said that McCloekey, manager of ths St. Louis Nationals, haa announced he will make a star catcher out of Hoelsketter, tbs shifty player who was formerly with Denver. This youth has been played in ths box and on all Infield positions except first, and also In ths outfield, and now the modern David Ha rum haa given It out that bs will play him behind ths bet. It took ths Whit Sox, champions of the whole wide world, ten innings to win a game from Terra Haute Wednesday. Terra Haute finished In eighth place In that leagus of Class B last year with a per centage of .291 of games won. Why this great and sudden brace? A glance at the report as U was Cashed over ths wires tells the whole story. Butch Freese, erst while backstop for Ta Rourke, did the re ceiving. That's sill. Henry McDonald haa challenged W. D. Townsend for a 100-btrd target match for the T. L. Combs trophy. The match will be shot at the Townsend Gun club grounds at ths east end of the Omaha bridge this afternoon. The Fort Omaha base bail team has ordered a new set of uniforms for' Imme diate delivery and will be read for the regular season a week from Sunday. OLD ROM ATI'S BOY I CHAROK Yonner Comlakey Managing Crow of Blooming; Whits Sox. BIOtTX CITY, la., April . The business Interests of the No. 3 White Box are being looked after by Louis J. t'omlskey, a son of the "Old Roman," Chnrles Comlakey. owner of the world s champions. The real champions are playing In Indiana. This Is an overflow team. Snme of the players In the No. t team did enjoy the distinc tion of sitting on the bench and waiting for somebody to get knocked out of the game, and "Bsbe" Tone, O'Neill 'and Dundon each got a crack at the bat, but In no sense can this bunch of players be construed Into being the worlds cham pions. Louis Comlskey Is highly plensed with the showing of the understudies. Speaking of the former Western leaguers now with his team he enld: "Qulllln and Welday have been showing fine form and they will be kept for substi tute work on the regular team. Both are hitting strong and fielding fast. "Babe" Towns is to go to Cantlllon's Minneapolis Millers. He has been doing excellent work behind the bat, but we have three other fine men In Sullivan, McFarlsnd and Hart. Dundon also will go to Minneapolis. These two men will leave us next Tuesday at Peoria, 111., and will go to Des Moines to Join Cantlllon's Minneapolis aggregation, which Is now practicing In that city. "What are Qulllln's chances for getting a regular place at third ?" was asked Mr. Comlskey. "Quillin would have a good chance If lannnhlll should drop dead. The Junior Comlskey said he expected the champions to win the American league pennant for 1907. "The ieam looks better than lost year," he remarked. "Manager Jones Is thinking of switching Georite Davis to third base and putting Ism Tannehill at short. Other wise the lineup will be the same as last season. Roth, the old Bloux City player, who assisted us during the latter part of the fceasun, will go bark to Milwaukee." Under the leadership of Gus Dundon, second baseman, the Junior Sox have ben having a successful trip. Des Molnea, with the assistance of several players of the Minneapolis team, gave them one of tire closest arguments of the spring seaBon, the score being i to 2. Incidentally It might be well for Comls key to get a contract signed by Davis be fore he changes his position, and so far George is holding out for mors pay. CHEIGHTOS 'ALSO TO PLAY SOX Amateurs Will Meet Yanlgans Before They Go Aeralnat Ronrkes. Just before the war hrother. Herr Co. miskey's Yanlgans will go up against Crelghton at Inton street park this after noon for fl Innings. Pa's Coming Cham pions hadn't the heart to go right tn and wallop these Chicago youngsters before they had time to get the kinks out of their Joints and so arrangements were made to let them loosen up on Crelghton, which has a solid team this year as usual. Jack Raffles Is captain of Crelghton and his lineup will be: Delaney, first base; Mc Nalley, second base; Bteen, third base; Jack Raffles, shortstop; McShane, left field; Zellers, center field; Flshback, right field; Fitzgerald, catcher; iamgan ana w nice head. Ditchers. Many familiar faces will be seen In the White Box llneuo. In the UneuD given below will be noticed the names of Dundon, Qulllln, Welday and Towne, e s-rariiiates from the Western league. Roy Patterson, the "boy wonder" nsrho has out grown the age' of a boy, but still holds the name in spite or me iaci m ne wu a member of the original team which Comls key had when he stepped Into Chicago base bail, win ne on nana, inis game, as weil as all exhibition games, will be called at 8:an Instead of the usual time of 3:46, when the games are called tn the league season. Sioux City and Lincoln won from this division of the Sox and it Is up to Omaha to repeat the dose. The lineup: Omnia Position. White Box. polan First Rase McFarland Urv -.First Base White Second Bass ..Dundon Graham Third Base Qulllln Austin..... ....Shortstop Lajeune Franck Left Field O'Neill Autrey Center Field Welday Welch Right Field Fler.e Helden Catcher Towne Gondlng ...Catcher Towneend Pitcher Patterson Thompson Pitcher Aitrock McNeeley Pitcher Freeman Banders Pitcher Hall .Pitcher Ragon Pitcher Mets Pitcher LI IS COL WIXS FROM WHITES SOX Western Lengrners Too Mnch for Bis; Lesgne Ynnlgrnns. LINCOLN, April 4. The Lincoln Western league team today defeated the second di vision of the Chleajao American league team by a score of 8 to 1 The day was cold and windy. Score: R.H.&. Lincoln Z 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 I 7 2 Chicago 0 0000100 1 3 7t Batteries: Clcotte, McKay, Zackert. and Sullivan, and Zlnnui; Patterson, Freeman and Towne, and Lajeune. Midaenson Ball at St. Lonls. ST. LOUIS, April 4. After thirteen In nings of fast play, the local Americana de feated the National league team 1 to 0 In ths fourth game of a series of seven g&mes to decide the championship of the city. Powell was In exceptional form,' registering tan strikeouts, while Kromme was only hit safely onos until after the tenth Inning. Score: R.H.E. Americans 0 00000000000 11 t 0 Nationals 0 00000000000 0-0 6 Batteries: Americans, Powell and Stevens; Nationals, Fronune and Marshall. Nationals Defeat Americans. PHILADELPHIA, April t.TTie Nation als again defeated the Americans today in the second game of the annual spring series. Score: R-H.il Nationals 0 0 t 0 I 0 0 0 4 6 1 Americans 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 2 4 Batteries: Americans, CoiKiibs, Dygert and Powers; Nationals. Corridon and Jauk llisch. Umpires; iinslie and Coitnolly. White Sox Easy Winners. EVANBVILLE, Ind.. AprU 4. The Chi cago American league club easily outclassed the BvHnsvtlle team of ths Central league here today. Score: R.H.K. Chicago 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-1 7 1 Kvansvllle V 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 2 Batteries: Kvansvllle, Howe, Hules and Knoll, Chicago. Whits and Hart Bin" Learners Are Beaten. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., AprH 4. The In dianapolis Airier lean association team won from thu WanhingUrn Amurlcann in an ex hibition game hers today. Score: R.ILK. Indianapolis ....1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 14 2 V aluiiU.u .'...1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 S 7 2 Batteries: Indianapolis, Bales, Briggs and Ijevirwton; Waaliiiilon, Faikenberg and llCydun., LOU DILLON GIVKlf ACONITE! Opinion of One Veterinarian, While Another Bays She Had Thnmns. NEW YORK. April 4. With the excep tion of the testimony of one more witness, the plaintiff In the Lou Dillon-Major Dei mar gold cup suit completed his case and the defense began the Introduction of testi mony today, 'ihe Memphis Trotting as sociation seeks to recover the cup swarded K. K. bmathera after his gelding. Major Delmar, had beaten Lou Dillon, owned by C. K. G. Billings, in a match race about two years ago. Robert McCully, a veterinarian, testifying for the plaintiff, said in his opinion Lou Dillon did not stop from natural causes in the race, and that some drug, such as aconite, must have been administered. Former Judge Coyne, opening for the defense, said evidence would be off 'ltd to show that the charges of drugging brought by George Spears were not made until Spears had been discharged by Smathers and had failed to blackmail him. J. M. Behrleber, formerly state veterin arian of Tennessee, testified that he at tended Lou Dillon at the time of her at tack and that she was suffering from "thumps." He added they were not caused by aooiilts. Team that Never Loses. LINCOIJ. April 4. To ths Sporting Ed itor of The Bee: I notice In. today's paper a report from Lincoln to the effect that the Nebraska Indiana were defeated yeaterday by the Lincolu Dental college. The Ne braska Indian base ball team has not yet even reported fur practice and they will nit be1n to play until the latter part of this month, 'tie team which played the Dental school was a crowd of young fel lows vlckotl up aruoud hits who wcut out Do Not Be It stands At The Head of all high-grade machines. The handsomo appearance of "THE NEW HOME", is only an indication of quality of the workmanship and tho materials used itii its construction. The above illustration of our "NEW HOME ROTARY" and is unquestionably tho Best Machine in the World. as .WW "V ' r.ii ( asV t - inn i m. i m i 'Phone Doug. 2600. and played the "Dents" on an open lot. Kindlv srlve this) correction the same pub licity you gave the original report, and greatly oblige, yours very truiy, GUY W. GREKN. Manager Green's Nebraska Indians. . WITH THE BOWLERS. The Cudahys won three straight games frem the Hamlltone at the Association al leys lost nlsht- The last was on actual pins, but the first and second needed the heavy handicap to barely pull out In the leads The teams tonight are the Mets Bros, and Dreshcrs. Score: HAMILTONS. Ifft. 2d. 8d. Total. 243 1&2 &N6 12 161 472 155 . 171 M 167 1 48 4i8 196 177 507 922 808 2.IK8 2d. 3d. Total. 193 140 4X3 142 140 427 lul 177 HA IH1 200 6fi0 188 ' 187 6HH 76 76 228 931 920 2,790 Frush Rempke .. Liggett ... Nlcoll Pickering . Totals.. 190 149 1 183 2x6 CUDAHYS. 1st. . 150 145 176 1 23 7 Griffiths White A. C. Reed Remlen H. D. Reed H&ndloap .. Totals K Chamberlain's Coogh Remedy n Favorite. "We prefer Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy to any other for our children," says Mr. I. 3. Woodbury of Twining, Mich. "It haa always dons ths work for us in hard colds and croup, and ws taks pleasure In recommending it'9 . FIRE RECORD. Harttnarton Elevator. HARTINQTON, Neb., April 1 (Special.) The Peavey elevator here was burned yesterday and it was only by hard work on the part of the local fire company that the Great Northern mills and several other buildings were not destroyed. Spontaneous combustion Is supposed to be the cause of the fire. The elevators and sheds burned are estimated at a value of about 6,000. The elevator was bought about a month ago by a company headed by Sherman Saunders of Bloomfleld, who bought all of the Peavey elevators In Nebraska, but it is understood the transfer of the property had not yet taken place. It Is thought the elevator will be rebuilt. Horses and Barns. HARTINOTON, Neb., April 4. (Special.) Harvey Hawkins, a farmer living east of town, had a disastrous fire this week. Dur ing a high wind the fire from a burning strawstack carried the Are to his barns and sheds, and before they could be re moved seven head of horses, three head of cattle and several head of hogs were burned to death. 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