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TIIF, BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AI'PIL 3. 1015.
Bringing Up Father
Copyright 114. International
Nawa
Drawn for The ee by George McManus
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ILL POT rScI fSLiYr " S V flT tin ILL TAKE
DOWMTHE 1 -y- r . 1 1 U ' J YOOR NAME
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-BLDES EASILY COP
1 THE SECOND GAME
Hammer Roy-Crabb.All Over Scen
ery and Run Up' Eleven Runi
to Rourkes' Two.
ONE HIT MADE OFF SANDERS
: Icfty George, ex-big leagiier. and Pep
tanii-r, prospect, stood tho Rotirka bat
tin on their heads yesterday while their
al hat tr red the pill all over the land
scape, , Tli result 11 to I. with thn
locals earning" the lesser end.
Tha lad from Kay See were on the
arath right yesterday and the, way
they Jarred Mr. Roy Crabb a caution.
3t didn't make any difference what lloy
delivered, they knocked tha hall In the
ife and. a la generally the rase when
tha ball la smacked -In the face, several
1 ita wera made. Twelve ' blowa were
caromed off Crabb's alanta In five stsnsns
vhlle three were made off Style In four
rounds.
IWty George opened the game for Jhn
Silues. . Two run ware counted by our
noble athletes In the second when befty
fermltted a couple of walks. Teseh's bob
b'e and safe pokes by Kruegcr and Krug.
That settled It for the Rourkes. lluelsrnan
busted two-base wallop In the sixth,
but couldn't advance, j
One lilt Off Sawders.
' That hit was the only one made during
Banders' term of five Inning, rted
V'helan and Artie . Thomason . . axeevted
wm neat fielding during the combat,
lut couldn't connect' with the war-club.
Morris Rath started tha game for the
boy from the village down stream By
pasted ion to the right and his mate fol.
lowed the good example he set by con
tinuing tha bombardment. .John Titus,
who Invented the ilghtflold position,
slwinmed a home run over the right field
wall with two on the sack. Kid Wort
man, the coming Maranvtlle, knocked out
three hit, a single, double and triple.
If also Yomped all over the ahort field,
citing up all chance sent hi way
Jack Lellvelt appeared on the flnld with
scarlet red cap. . That he Intended It as
a danger algnal waa evidenced when he
started, a few argument with Vmpa Van
fickle. ' Started la used advlvajlly. for
that Is as far as he got
riavstiamra with Make.
I'a Ronrko announced yesterday that
exhibition games would be played with
.Lincoln.' April 11, 15. 1 and It. The flrat
; wo date will be filled at Uneoln and
ih. 1attr two In Omahn.
, Pr. K; J. Prhldcr hai been appointed
lb phVsl.lan. Tpon learning the new
d M'iiclan hat put In a bid for an ap-j-endrrltl
otratlon. Ftcd wants to break
Into scck-tV and figure that the casltwt
y ay to do tt.
' Indianapolis wll be here for two battles
today. The game this afternoon wllj be
tailed at I o'clock. Score:
: r KAN8AH CITY. t
A. It
.. 1 1
.. h I
.. 4 1
.. & 0
.. & 0
Thomason. cf 4 0 0 S. 0 0
Hiie)Hm;in. rf 4 0 I 10 0
Alton. If 4 0 0 0 0
Snhlletner. lh 1 1 0 13 1 0
Whelnn. ss 4 1 r. , 4 0
Kriirsrcr. c 2 . 1 I 1 0
Kafora, c 1 0 0 2 1 0
CruMi, p 1 0 . 4
Hlvles, p 1 o 0 0 1 1
H'onley 1 0 0 0 U 0
Totals SI 1 3 27 la .
Hatted for styles In ninth.
KnriKim t:ity
Huna 0 6 3 II 0 M I 1-11
Hit 2 6 1 0 0 0 1 2-1
Or aha
Huna 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 O i
litre 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0- 8
Home run: Tllus. Three base hit:
Woi-tmnn. Two-bane hits: U llvrll, Mooro,
Worltnnn. Ilunbman. hlolen be"'-: Tltns.
Kru. Hic-rlflce hlts: TefCh, Rath 2).
tmih.i play: Wort mn 11 to l.elivrlt. Hits:
ff friibh, 12 In five Innings: off Ptyle-i,
S In four InnlnKs; off Georn. 2 In four In
tilnKs; off Kunders, 1 In four Innlnn left
on Iwscs: 'tinahn. 10; Ivanxas Tlty, ?.
HtriiiH out: Hv Cicorce, 5; by Hnnders, 3;
by tvlea. 3. Hhjms on" balls: Off 4eorKe,
.1: off Zanders. off Crnbb,2. Hit by
pitched hall: Bv Panders. Kafora Bnd
Pchllebncr. Time: 1:4. Vmplre: Van
Pickle. .
Jack Hendricks and
.His Squad Come -for
Games With Rourkes
BEG JOHNSON NOT
TO BATTLE H'YEY
Everybody Financially Intemtedln
Monday Boat Afraid Black
May Hurt Self.
BLACK PUGILIST IS STUBBORN
Jack Hendricks and hi itquad of In
dianapolis lads will be In Omaha Satur
day and Cunday to pastime a bit with
the nnurkovlnlan at the Vinton street
ball yard. Hendricks and hi men went
to San Diego to train and have been
Playlajl exhibition game ontho way
hark. They are said to be in good condi
tion and playing good ball. Several old
Western lenguer are In the llooalcr
lineup In addition to Hendricks. Dan Tip
ple, who hurled with Omaha laat year, t
with, the team and will probably work
in one of the g.tme here. Ooseett wan a
cntoher with H. Joseph and Dlackburna
received for Lincoln laat year. Hank'
Butcher, gardener for Denver, Is playing
right for the Hooaler lads. Hoth gamas
will be called at J o'clock.
. Lineup:
Indianapolis. Position
M.-is..
Crandall..
Brouky...
Ualloway.
Rilejr.7.7.'.
Mean....,
Hutoher...
Uos-ett
Ulackburne..:.
cf.
'lath. Sb.
1 ' inpton
T'.tua. rf
I Mvelt. lb..
Mmtick. If..
'.Vortnian, u
Tearh. Jb...
Moore, e
're. p..
t-sneer, p...
Totals ..
'ynef':tb.
Krtn. .
1 .
,:...w 11
OMAHA
A. It.
u 0
X 0
H. O. A. E.
1 1 0,0
I 2
1 S v
:i 0 1
0 2 0 0
2 4 & 0
rt I
4 w t
2 W l o
0 0 0O
15 V 1 1
H O. A. H.
u 0 u 0
cQuillin
A Whisker South ol .
Farnatn oa I5!h
A New Spring Hat
GPECIAL ss
S2.C3 ssd Op
C:t Cuiy fcr Enter
KHIHTS. XECKWEAK,
t'XDFHWEAK,
H08II.HV. liTC.
HUTS tni CZCEEWEAI
Willi
Iturk
p. hard t...
atitwcll.
Tipple.....
..First
. . .(ittcond
..Hecond
.iTMrd
..Short ,
..Khort
.. lrt
..l-eft
.. Center
...Itlmit ........
.. Catcher
.Catcher ,
.Catcher
,1'ltcher
.Vltcher
. ritchor.......
. IPtcher
. rttcher
.PiUher.V
Omaha.
Bchiiebner
.... lirwn
Krug
.... Payne
.. Whnlan
Tilnski
... Conlcy
Aiten
Thompson
.Huelsman
.. Kafora
.. Kruaer
...Nelman
C'rabh
.... Htylea
.... Wlllla
, fHosmau
. Hlixtgrtl
. Eveidun
( hsunnaa la ( leaaap.
Manager Joe Birmingham thinks Ray
Chapman will otitahtne ell the ahort
llelder In the Johnson circuit tke com
ing Meaaon. Chapman has Iwn honorfnl
with the clean-up iioaltlon In the Indians'
batting order.
HAVANA. April 2.-Dtscudqn today
between, the fight promoter regarding
Jack Johnson's proposed exhibition bout
with Sam McVcy led to some sharp ex
changes. This bout I adertlsed to take place In
the stadium on Saturday. Jack Curlcy,
Harry Farzec and others i.re urging
Johnson cancel It for feas of Injury to
himself forty-eight hour before he 1
scheduled to go Into the ring and battle
with Jess Wlllard fcr the world' heavy
weight championship.
Johnson la stubborn. He say he will
carry out this program and that he la
anxious to find out Just how good he Is.
Every man financially interested In the
fight Is exerting his influence on Johnson
today,. , 1 . ......
Lara Force at Wsrk.
A large force of clerk wa at --work
the beat part of laat night la allotting
and distributing tickets.' No less than
1.000 complimentary seats will be given
out.. Out of more than seventy press
representatives who will be about , th
ring more . than thirty are' from the
I'nlted State.
' The ring, it was decided today, Is to be
nineteen feet Inside the- rope", wtth a
two-foot extension ' outside. Thoatenlng
weather again Interfered in a measure
with the training work of "the two men.
Heavy rain laat night left the road wet
and slippery and, a .A result, tha early
morning work wa short and slow.
The promoter are rapidly completing
the final arrangement fbr the fight.
With , th expected ' arrival of Referee
Jack Welsh, all directly concerned in the
conteat will be on hand. Including prin
cipal and officials, there will be twenty
persons in and about the ring during the
battle. This number will be made up
of the two pugilists, the two referees,
time keepers, the eight seootuja. four phy
sicians, stake holder and announcer.
' Rata ITxpevteal.
Th first rain of the season are ex
pected about April S, the day of the
fight. Tho promoters are planning to
avoid any disastrous delay In case of a
shower or o downpour by t.a erection
of a temporary protection over the ring.
Provision has been mado for four posts,
on at. each corner of the ring, support
ing a light overhead framework with a
tarpaulin canopy rendy to bo stretched
oter the fighters If necessity arises.
Veteran sports in Havana today are
marvelling at the great change in th
conduct of prlxe fighting elnce the early
day of the championship contests.
The fighter are training In fine quar
ters, each with a Urge staff of helpers.
Willard's camp Is In the most expen
sive hotel in Havana, where he has a
large suit of rooms with windows and
balcony overlooking a broad boulevard.
Jackjjohnson lives further out of
Havana on The same shore road- He has
rented a large private apartment, beau
tifully furnished. His meals are pre
peard by a Cuban cook, except when the
champion desires to do thla himself.
NO CONFLICTIG DATES
FOR CLEVELAND FANS
V ,
CHICAGO, April 2.-Confllct between
tho American league and the American
association In Cleveland will be avoided
this year by transferring several of the
games which the association ordinarily
would play In Cleveland to some other
city.
A whole series In May was transferred
from Celeveland to Columbus and an
other from Cleveland to Milwaukee, ac
cording to the schedule which was given
out today for release April 8. The twelve
transfcra made reduce -the number of
home games for the Cleveland team to
sixty-five.
PHILS WIN FROM THE
NORFOLK VIRGINIANS
NORFOLK, Va., April 2.-The Phila
delphia Nationals defeated the Norfolk
Virginia Wgue team here today, T to 1.
Sp""'! . . R.H.B.
Norfolk , 14 2
Philadelphia 7 10 I
Ratteries: Waller. Cochran and Mace,
pif.wart: R,y. Oeschger and Adam,
O'Connor.. . ...... . . . . . ,., . . . . .
).
il
jffi
r, 1 .Hilar. ..111 itu 1 '
Hadon 141 1JS 144
l'lner...im lit 171
.'.vlnxtoji..lM MO tiii
lUuin 144 l!3 It
(.ate City l.na. j
DKEXEL. KHOK CO.
1. ?d. 3d Tot.
V. Palmer. ..147 1.0 l !
Hadon 141 1JS 144 4
I Mt
474
lea 444
TotaN .....T4 '2i TKItStl)
FAIRMONT CltKA.M Kit V.
It, td. 3d. Tot.
McCov Jiti JT ill
(tihson 1.4 In' iK'
nertwell ....140 H0 il 4ii
Illand 1V 171 Sis M9
Uobrr in 1;1 My
' . I til 1IYV19?.
RAUAN8.
' lat. X.I. Sd.Tot.
l.an I-J 11 m 64S
Mitchell .....H0i2 I 4.
! Mine 1 l.'.l 2
lleer 14u v 4 4s'i
j liufman ... Usl XU) 10 !na
1 Totals fr kfd DM) X7l
I If LACK K KATS.
1 1st. Xd. d.T"t
I lndtrpm..l 210 ins 6?
Klteii 1 VDi 3 4IK
1 . 1 m it; 1 .i
mir, ......i.w . .
Hofl man ...1H0 ia iwi It)
Lee IS3 2u 12 K
Totals K7 &: &U i':
l.ll b.iaraparrs' l.raaue.
HANCOCK-KPriTKX.
1st. Sd. Tot.
k. Paetow...l;r T0 ). 4lt
tohnson 124 1M if. 4t
Adams It 1 U4 41
Totuis 4.J 4t; 4.'i
LtARV PR1MH.
1st. 2d. W.Tot.
IMallny Iil I'M ir' 4i'.t
! Wright l.'-J lis iJ
IRealirow il4 441
Totals M 472 Cj 1412
HL'BER INKS
1st 2d. id. Tot.
Wlsdam )M 4i eu8
Oallun 14 1J KS 441
Jam 123 1X7 IK M
Totals ? 4o4 4! 121
OMAHA PRINTS
let :d. vt.Tut.
Robinson ...I'T 14 fi 44)
Ruhr i:o It. 1 414
Urupa ...... .l 147 12 i
Totals is) - Jvt 12?
tarlvr Lsk laajae.
AK-SAlt PfcNS
lt. 2d Tot.
Ftsnton 7 l-i? IsS
liauXiaui M il 12
Worlck
Aleyvra
fctroup
....153 H S7I
.... to - 111
....lua 7 io
Total 4i7 4Z3 ltHO
TlOEtt LILIES.
1st. Xd.Tot.
Jameson ...
Kisher
PlisiNttrlck
Mans
Wells
..101 !:;
.. M 1'jy
. .101
..121 U MCt
y.t in
1 2M
TotaN 476 My lot 4
CLOVKR LEAK.
1st. 2d.Tot.
Ra'iber 1 7 179
Beard U S4 114
I'vhrbry 63 73 1VS
.Mattcrn XI W la
Flynu ii 1M 1U
Totals SO 4l 7
TllUErJ HLNnilFP
Int. S.i.Tot.
Kink ....
ldmlck ..
Kvans ...
Iakt
Johnson .
K4 U 2"
.tin w
.! 1U J
.11 HI S.13
.64 fc 140
Totsla IM 479 1126
MIAMROCKH.
Int. 2d Tot.
C.arr M 1KJ
Rnar 70 1T 174
C'rtwby 114 Mi 10
lleyden 14 t S3
Campbell Ill M 2"
Total 42 40 012
NOCTl'P.NKS.
1st. ad Tot.
Zimmerman ... M 77 PS
itUdys Tnt ....DC H'-t 21
Humtali TaM ...l 104 'J
Mr. Iicona..: s P4 IM
Mrs. haul- :'....! 1(1 ill
Total iil
10E.7
tatrsi tiaaae.
CII VLMER H OCTl-AWS
1st. Id. t Tot.
rinman ,...1V K'l l0 Mi
.30 174 7
Kent
C. PrinieaU XIX 17 4 if
A. Roer..lM !) 1 a2j
Totals... X WJiN
KARNAM COLT.
l.t. 2d Sd Tut.
Hums 14H 2"0 SM
Itlihardson lei 1M Kd 44
Kruvuir ...l-"J l ! 47
t.vck ..177 Ik; 17 4
Kafora M lw 214 J07
Totals ... MT. 5l 72
'I ilt'U IV'fl .
l.t Sd M .Tot. I
Hunlky ...-! 3 sue I
Spence 1T 1M 148 441
htevner 1J4 172 11 4M
iUrriaon ...13 111 144 R4
8od. 1 holm ..lw 17 1M 6"3
Total "S3 743 224
I N ION OUTFIT. CO.
1st. 2d. Sd.Tot.
Jamison ...11 lk) 127 424
Irvine Ii7 14J 1JS 45
lleesou I lit 1 12 491
flenaelo 1st i 2il 'l
WarUhow ..14 isi IU7 7
Totals til HOI SU) 2141
Mooae
OMAHA.
1st 2d. SdTot.
rlttaw V7 12 116 Mi
Ward H 14 17S 44
Ikitson i a :li lit X4'4
Johnsen ....1-1 1"1 U- 414
Reynolds . . .114 1W 174 44
Totals ,....( 70S 734 2061
LOYAU
1st. 2d. Sd.Tot.
Tllaner tJ 128 221 :X
Wheeler ....11 170 1) 44J
Hall 7 l:4 l.Vi 8s4
Klrscher ....14 14 116 Sx
Luesler IM 14 4tl
Totals 7U 740 731 2Wi
NO. 0.
1st. 2d. Id. Tot.
...17 122 1M 426
...171 L. 1 4i
...1S1 14s UJ 42
..AM 12H li.i 4;
...140 I"i2 1J6 447
NE WYORK GIANTS
WIN- FROM HOUSTON
HOX-VrON. Tex.. '' Aprii " 1-The New
Tork NtttlpnaJ regulars got sixteen hlU
for thirty bases In today's game here
and defeated Houston of the Texas State
league, 15 to 1. Score: ' R.H E
Houston 17 1
New York ".'is 16 J
Batteries:, Glenn. Ware and Baker:
Teareau, Schauer and Bnilth.
YALEjCOLLEGIANS
ARE EASY FOR SENATORS
WASHINGTON. April t-The Washing
ton Americans had little difficulty In de
feating Tale In an eight-Inning game here
today. Score: , R-H E.
Washington 1111 t
tsu ..- : : z
Uatteries: Clarke and Henry; Watrous,
Hunter and Castles.
CHATTANOOGA TEAM
DEFEATS CINCI REDS
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.. April 1-The
Chattanooga Southern association club de
feated the Cincinnati Nationals her to
day, 1 to tit Score:. jitj m
Chattanooga .. lit
Cincinnati 0 4 0
Batlaries: Currle. Roea and "kitchen;
Benton, Lear and Doom. Uonsalea. ,
Coast Uses .
V.nlo- ' RITE.
enic 111 1
Pall Lake J
battcrlca: West. M.-wnnlwi" wa
fpenoer; J. William and Rohrer.
. . R.H.E.
rnnmrai t j
wm AiMivirv 4 7 3
Batteries: Leonard. Krause and Ma her:
Ryan and rBooks
. . R TT E
Oakland ......U I
San Francisco 16 (
Batterlrs: Prough and Elliott; Pernoll
and Schmidt.
OMAHA FANS TO SEE
MATCH-AT LINCOLN
1
Dan Gaines Guarantees Special
Train in All Who Wish to See
Weytergaard-Ster.ker Match.
TO BE AT LINCOLN MONDAY
Omaha wrestling fans are to have 41
special train to the Stether-IVeatergaard
match at Lincoln Monday night. This
waa arranged last night by Dan W.
Oalne, proprietor of the Merchant ho
tel, who not only put up the guarantee
for the special, but also made arrange
ment with the management of the
event at Lincoln to send ut a block of
Lrescrve scats, so that all who desire to
go may be assured of their seats before
thoy start.
The special will leava Omaha over the
Burllrtgton at 6:30 Monday evenlns, and
returning will leave Lincoln immediately
after the bout. No sooner had It become
noised around town that a special had
been arranged so that Omahans could
return home the eamo night In time to
catch a street car that Mr. Galnca wa
besieged with applicant for scats.
' Promoters at Lincoln had long dis
tance messages from both contestant
yesterday, assuring their presence there.
That the affair I to be- conducted In a ;
high class manner Is assured by the
prominent business men of Lincoln who j
are backing It.
The Auditorium at Lincoln hold 3,500 j
peop:, and present indications are mai
all' room will be' occupied Monday night,
Special trains ar to" be run 6ver tiie j
Northwestern road from the section of i
the stata around Stecher's bom Dodge.
Wilkes-Barre Car
System Completely
Tied Up by Strikp
WILKES-RARRE. Pa., April I. Prac
tically ' every man of the nearly 400
motormen and conductors of tho Wllkes
Farre Railway company answered the
strike call yesterday and not a wheel
turned wi the entire system of 106 miles.
There was no trouble Incident to the
strike-
The men demand 28 cents an hour and
the company la not willing willing to give
more than 2$ cents. Federal and state
mediators here are" trying to settle the
strike by arbitration.
Germany Refuses
to Lift Potash Ban
WASHINGTON. April 2.-Ef forts of the
T'nited States government to obtain con
cessions from Germany which would per
mit the importation cf German potash
fertiliser failed today It became known
here, when American officials were ad
vised that Germany would make no alter
ation of it embargo. Negotiation had
been In progress since the outbreak of the
European war.
Detroit Will Buy
Street Railroads f 01
Twenty-Five -Million-
DETROIT, April 2. Announcement ws
made today that the stockholders of tho
Detroit Vnited Railways hve authorised
the directors of the company to accept
the city's offer of 24.900,ono for the pur
chase of the city street railway lines.
According to members of the municipal
street railway Commission a few minor
details concerning the transaction are yet
to be arranged after which tho proposi
tion will be submitted for the approval of
the voters a special election.
INDIAN APOLI STEAM
AGAIN BEATS LINCOLN
LINCOLN. April 1 The Indianapolis
American association team repeated its
victory o yesterday by winning today
from Lincoln by a score of 5 to 4.
Frits Returned to Cklfeds.
CHICAGO. April 2 -Thc St. Louis Fed
eral have turned Harry Frit, inflelder,
back to the Chicago Federals, it was an
nounced today. Frltx had a three-year
contract with the local team, and when
the St. Louis club found it could not use
him, Manager Tinker was forced to make
room for him.
Big Wrestling Go
Stopped in Omaha
w Goes to Lincoln
LINCOLN. April I Ppeclal)-The
wrestling match between Joe Stecher and
Ja Weetergaard. - which wa to have
been held at the Auditorium in Omaha
and was prevented by an order from
Chief if Police Dunn, will be held at the
Uncoln Auditorium Monday night. J. T.
Hetroanek, manager for Stecher, and At
torney Cook were in favor of taking legal
steps to force' Chief Dunn to permit the
holding of the match In Omaha about
April 16. Westergaard, however, has
some engagement In the east about that
time and wanted th match held earlier
Accordingly Hutmanek came to Lincoln
and procured the big Auditorium here to
tag the match. Special train will be
run into Lincoln from the podge country
and an attendance of 4.000 1 anticipated.
It I also expected that a large crowd of
Omaha fan, who are Stecher boostars.
will come down to th match. '
Rent room Quick wtut a ee Want Ad.
Phila Athletics '
Defeat Richmonds
RICHMOND. Va.. April I The Phila
delphia Athletic defeated the Richmond
International here today, I to 2. Score:
R.H.B.
Philadelphia t I
Richmond J 7 4
Ratlertoa: Wyckoff, Myers and Schang;
Morresaette. Jaimun and tk'haulfe.
Pnhenk
Sletena
I'a via .
Neby ..
Kehm .
Totals
...: '.16 7a z.m
MOOSF..
1st. 2d. d. Tot.
uperry 14:) lvl P4
fctraw 140 12X l.fi '.5-7
Nelw 1J l.l 1 4:'
Newton ,...17 12 IdO 44
lorn )i 171 13 4M,
Total .'. 77 T T74) 224
NOOEHEKT.
1st 2d. d. Tot.
Kranda ...14 125 12 W
r:dniundan..llu )i im 4' I
nioomuuUtl4 Us 11 XM
Strah 114 117 I T S
Nrtermg. 14 t V 411
Totals .. K4 r4 J0 !
ont'KR.
lt. 2d. M. Tct
ttedmond .114 IM 1S4
Pittr 1.' U V 427
Kewpfle . .. I..5 127 1
Vetwig ..,.174 17) !.' 44
Duno 117 loi 4-s
ToUU
.74 70 Tit U7J
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ready as ever
to help you In
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EASTER APPAREL
For Particular Men
"'Hats for, Any Head
If you have trouble in finding a
lfat becoming to : you let our. bat
man assist you. lie will select a
hat that looks well on youand will
leave the buying of it to yoursef.
You will see the newest shapes and
colors to your liking. Get one for
Easter. Stetson and our own label
hats, $3 to $5.
Beautiful Assortment of
Neckwear
Nothing tones up a man's appearance
like a natty, new tie. You can easily se
lect some beauties for Easter from our
new patterns. Open end bows and wide
end four-in-hands, 50c to $1.50.
Distinctive
Shirt Patterns
Never have we shown such a won
derful range of shirts In handsome col
orings. Our $1.60 line of soft shirts
is beautiful Indeed. They look like
$2.00 worth and some of them even
better.
From $2 to $3 we show some exclu
sive designs. In Manhattans. The silks
this sprlnk are unusually beautiful.
They are especially appropriate for
Easter. Colors guaranteed.
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World Motor Bike Free
A picture of the bicycle will be la
The lie every day.
Cut them all out and ask your friends
to save the picture Lu their paper for
you, too. See how many pictures you
ran get and bring thetu to The liee
office, Saturday, April 10.
The bicycle will be given Free
to tho boy or girl that sends
us the most pictures before
4 p. m., Saturday, April 10.
Subscribers can help the chil
dren in the contest by asking for
picture certificates "when they
pay their subecription. We give
a certificate ood for 100 pictures
for every dollar paid.
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