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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. SETTER BER 23. 1311.
CRGED TO ENTEH AT ONCE
Ailrice f or Tiise Wlio Wish to Jrj
ia 3oa atlas-en' G3i.
HO-W AIL SOLUTIONS C03TE FA3T
tie af now ritlo I afateteree Hakn
rml nrl F.a.y fa Alt f
"'"" Brisks T
S'.seellent Reealte. I
Taoaa people win are contemplating
entrance nti the 3iMiKiovem' ccnteet of
The Bes are urged to get nfo 'lie name
mrw a.id begin solving the ouaziea. There
la plenty if em iu which 'o fir ail
tiia pictures, and those wio inn the con
test now have just a good a cnanca o(
waning a an.? The .-inteet m tn fair
eat of newspaper games, for there is no
soliciting of suMacr-pnons a.id an foot
work .if an? kind.
The tit,i. c.it."i:ii!'ie of The Bee, which
sails for JS cents, nr in enr by mall for
so cents, is pi vm? a valuable aid tn
contestants m iivtiig 'ha puai.es ami la
reram.-nepdd h" wnners of the last con
test., w Uiiout. it contestants have a harl
time .-t;tna ' correct answers, tt ta
on sa.e -it rhe business office of The Bws.
Liat af 111 Prises.
First A While Jieimur automobile, a
beautiful five-passenger car. celebrated
for Its durability anrl speed, mlilwl at
3econd A ten-acre raticii in beaur.f-il
Tana.na county, California, delightful
climate, ncti fruit And, value, II. iO. Full
infarmailon concirnmH tnta land may ha
had at tiia ofr'.na uf tha Trowbrldge
Bolster Mmiiiny iu the City National
bun tuiolmg. Omaha.
Third A beautiful Kr Ann-Grand
player piano ihava tua mni.c of tlm man
tnr In your awn home). vlu, f.Klft. This
prlZH In xiuaitf't at I3i-nnatt stunt,
glxrecnrh i.nl Harim;' r--rs.
Foiutii-OiiH lot In i.iu buaia rliarrict
of Raiaron. lot JSJt (ml, on M tywiioil
trt. vilua. IUTj. Fuil lnfnr-maUon may
ba bad at tna office of th Ralston Tiwn
aitrt company, 'jut duath 3avanraanth
atTxar. Oman a.
Fifth In tfta haautlfiii auburnau tovrt
of Ra.aton, ona lot In tha rnaiiler.cB por
tion. 50ia fat; thla lot la valued at t25.
Full informatlun may ba bait at tha of
fleea af tha Ralaron T-jwnstta company,
3CS South Javantm-nrh atraat. Omaha.
Sixth, Savantli uJ Eighth Thrw rs
(twelva volumas) of Nubnn's Looaa-Lraf
Encyolopadia. tha anoyulapadia that can
not grow old. aaoh ?t vaiud at S'.M.
Thaaa boohs ara axhibitd at th arora
of W. A. Hixanbaugh & Co., 1814 St.
Ninth and Tnth Tha Bona of Knowl
adg. or Child' Kocyolopedia. a unlvar
sal worl for :hool uhUdran. faranty-tour
volumes; aoh ant. KM. Thnaa booka ara
aahibltad at tha atora of W. A. Hixan
bauah & Co.. W14 St Mary's avpnua.
Add to thia forty-f'.va oaah prlSHB. aa
followa: Flva J10.JO pnaa. ten B.dU prizes,
ten C.iW pnarw, twenty J1.00 priaea.
Omaha High School
Foot BaUists Eeady
for Nebraska City
Tha Omaha High school foot bail squad
is fast rounding Into snaps under tha
tutelage, of Coach "Ebble" Burnett for
the opening ganaa with Nebraska City
at Rourke park an next Saturday after
noon. Tha lads ail worked hard laat week,
vary afternoon aeeintr from forty to
forty-five candidates In font bail toga
Tha taaun will enter its first game Sat
urday with many new faces In tha line
up. Tha contaat will not be a practice
gams by any means, aa Nebraska. City Is
developing a strong team. The Nebraska
City game laat year was wan by the
Omaha lads oniy after a hard fight by
tha score of iS to 1
The team is considerably weakened
this year by tha lusa of several of last
year's players and Coa-h Burnett's task
af building up a winning team is no light
one. Quarterback, the moHt Important,
position on tha team waa left open by
tha graduation of Waiter Klopp. Henry
Howes and Andy Dow. halfbacks. Dick
Payne and Emil Gall, ends; Voyle Rector
and big "Runt'' Andruo of the Ail-Nebraska
High schoui eleven, tacklea, have
The new line material la not extra
heavy, but there is plenty of it. There
are several promising candidates for1
quarter and tha rest of the back field
to pick from. Crockar. SUy and De
Lamatxe have been tried out at quarter
and Munneae, Carlson. Smith and
Bltungnr fnr the other back fletd posi
tions. Peterson. Ballman. Breasman.
McFarland and Lindell are prospective
Last year's veterans who havs been
getting into shape are: aaidrtga. ceiter;
Golden, right guard of laat year: Rach
2 an. left g-iard, Millard and Gideon.
ls, Vergil Rector, ilhack. and rave
Bowman, right half, and captain.
Tha lads will have to continue their
practice on the dirt grounds at Twenty
first and Paul streets during ail of this
week at least, as no other Arrangements
have bean made. Tha deal for grounds
at Nineteenth and Leavenworth streets
Tha schedule Is now complete with the
n-ept!on of November IS and Thanks
giving. October 14 has been filled and
York will piay iiars on that date. It is
ho pad to schedule a Lincoln gams here
on Thanksirlng. but arrangements have
not yet been .'oinpleteiL Thia leaves
November U tha only data open and
that can eaaiiy be filled as there are
several fod reams w'uoh are trying to
ernadula imes with Cmana this season.
Shepard Makes Low
Score in Golf Match
W & Slieparu. jr. had low net score
Saturday at the Happy Hollow club in an
aihLen-hole handicap medal play far
a apecia. prue. The score.
Gro"s. Hdrp. Net.
W E. Shepard. jr IS T
R. Sf. La.erry t yl
E. 51 K..mOrly M '4
r m. cos m 23
W SL Rnoaiea li 18 Sn
HI A Noriatrum sT I a-
O. i M-Cona.d... 13
W. R. Muivihlil : IT
r. M t.uriy lt t:
K. F R-rtvl S So
E. 'A. Hat f e.d lUS 14 s
Th soy s appetite ta often tha suurca af
a.Tiajttwnent. If you would hava suck aa
appeute take Chamberlain a Tablet. They
not on.y Teate a healthy appwtltev but
strengthen the stamat'h and enable It to
do its work naturally For ea-a by aJ
Tju can enter the Booklaveisr contest
sjay Quia) bfore tha aiosa.
Bellevue Foot Ball
Team Has Heavy
Men and Schedule
"na.'rt f-MT- mir mn i-hrnua1! r??e
f'rt 'mmrnr" if epu'n FT"day
a.eiioon at S:Ibvmf. Ti vrsity hack
fed was naed behind the wrnd tm
Una and no -orip w 4im v mt'ier
ream. The arork of ha ritv Una
foil. Ta addition of Bonderaon and
CirT'.sa. last 7ar i f.ivlt ea. ti t!-a Una
haa rat:y inera;M ttj init
atrenir-1!. makmn It rer'a.n that tha line
omeiif'i that of laat year Ma t
wall, iaat mr i aneerfy quarter and end.
a n a just iaat night )r tha 8m
tima and n-rrnmiiiM at and. Moose, a
hni!"ia.k from Knnf.lla. la.. a:Ho ip
peard for tha first time and waa JJtU
at t;u?k In HTlinmaii. Ha weighs 1T0
pounds and ia a high school player of
four years' exper'emre.
F-)"ier who playefl a treat tame laat
year At guard, haa developed great "peed,
a.nd this with b;a weight and ability to
hit t:i 'in haj marked him tor tha full
ttai k soiit:on. Capta.n Paalaen. who held
down tna fuliw-k poaiuon a-t year, la
working out at and. Haidrman, Dowdan.
Chmaa and jtiokay hava been piay.ag at
left ha-f. but it Ji axpected til at Mioaa.
tiia Iowa man. will maie goud in this po
itioo when ha gata into condition. W'.th
aight letir man bow :n tha linauo and
with more expertenoed new material tnan
n.ia b-en on tha ground at tha bef nriiiin
of fh afaJKin for yaars Coach HuCoy
axpeots to turn out ona of tha beat and
heavtiat taama m Bellavaa's history.
Bellavua has tha heav.eat wihaduia it
hua lia.1 for. years. Amity oollaira. with
whom tlia erst practice game waa ta
have been plavad on September , has
abandoned fiot bail, and tha data haa
bean affarad to 'rand Island and Wayna
Tha schedule la as follows:
September 30 Wayne Normal or Grand
October 7 Mocningsida cuilene at louj
C'tober 14 Tarklo college at Tarkio.
Ortobar a Cniveraity of South Daitot
October Hastings at Hastings.
November 4 Nebraatt Wealoyan at
Xavambar 11 Catner university at
November la-HJgrhlaad Pars, at Dea
November 25 Doane at Bollevua.
Society Women Play
Golf at Country Club
Against Blind Bogey
An approaching and putting match
given at the Country club Friday after
noon bv Mrs. Thomas L. Klmbail for her
granddaughter. Miss Susan Holdrege,
who will be an October bride, was won
by Miss Edith Thomas.
A blind bogey of thirty-five was chosen
by Mr. Mentiply and Miss EUmball, the
players nut knowing what number was
chosen for bogey until after the gams.
Each player wad allowed ta nam her
own handicap; when the game waa com
pleted tha ona having the nearest to tha
blind bogey, thirty-five, won tha prixa.
silver cup In a leather case. Not oniy
war tha players given a chance to wm
the prise, but there were several specta
tors, and they were allowed to speculate
on tha blind bogey. Mrs. R, B- Kimball
gueoajed It exactly and won a silver tea
A three-hole course waa marked out
by small flags and players made tha
rounds) of this course three times.
Four players brought In tha same
score. Mrs. John T. Stewart. 3d..
Mrs. W. T. Burns. M!sa Edith Thomas
and Miss Frances Rogers. These bad a
putting match to decide tha tie. Miss
Thomas won with two strokes, ail of
the others playing In three.
The scores far the afternoon. with
their handicaps, were:
Mrs. W. A Redtck
Mrs. John T .Stewart id is i
Mrs. Daniel H. WUeeier. jr :S
Mrs. Z. T. Limisey .
Mrs. rYank Wlllielm
Mrs. W. T Burns
Mrs. Jerome Magee
Mrs. W. J. Fova
Miss Susan Holdrege
Miaa Leeta Holdrege
Mas Daisy Doana
Miaa Edith Locke
Miaa Frances Rogers
Mine Editn Thomas
... 17 i
.. 41 U
.. 4 :
.. : 5
.. 40 5
.. 44 7
f,. t'l.menr fhae
Mlas Arabella ttimball 3
3TAJTG3 DEFEATS BEESEE2
Post Wields Stick wltk Gswat Effect
at tha Sense.
STANTON. Nb.. Sept 24. Soecial.)
At tna Stanton coun'o' tair Friday, Stan
ton defeated seemar. CUa feature of tna
game u font j hitting, and tiia piaying
of Giiaaman on first for Stanton. Score:
Beemer .... 010l04t3O 44il
Stanton ...0le4l00 o U 11 5
Earned rune: Beemer. I; Stanton. 7.
Two-baae bit. Pant, gases on bails. Off
Shuit l. off Martin, i Hit by pitch!
bail: Martin. Struck out: By ShulLa, 7,
by Martin. 1 Lett on basea. Stanion. 7:
Beemer. U. T'ma: 1 AO. Umpire. Enisell.
This Is tha last game that Stanton
nlava this atuunii. having played tmriv-
four gamea winning eighteen and losing
SCHOOL OF MUSIC LAUNCHED
aatel ( Osaka u4 Heary
a ( Llmrula Iscar-
Amelasj of Incorporation ara prepared
far the Omaha School af Music, a aew
L-orporauon. backed by Henry P- Eames,
far ten years bead of the piano depart
ment of tha Cniveraity School of Muaiu
at Lincoln, and a well known concert
player, and Frederick C. Freemanta of
Omaha, whuae directorship of the Apullo
club and several years' residence In
Omaha aa a voice instructor, have made
mm a prominent f.g'ire tn local musical
circles. Arrangements have been
definitely concluded, and the proepeet Is
for tha establishment of a school that
will cover the wide ranga of a modern
Mr Eamea and Cr Freemantsl have
banind them a number of interested
Otnaha. people who ara eonCdent the
praiect will add ta the already consider
able reputation the Gata City has at
tained aa a musical center.
.4, twelve-pound bov has been born to
. . . :. . . . M. V.... t - . nr i
;j p ana n . cv. . . .' i i . it.ii- ,
worth. Mra Eacn was Miaa Joyce Aivord. j
Frank A. Fursv treasurer of Omaha
ind Douglas eountv rsiunwd vaterttay J
frvm a t:ire weens' vacation trip ui ;
tiii and other southern, statue). j
EOWLING TEAMS LINING U?!
ISeveriI u.ei radsr Waj aaJ;
JCCXETTTG 13 C3LITE2ATZI3 1
lne tae ew Hale ied la
Owe fkat Frwvtdve t(la '
rltatea fter Sjb la
Schedule of gomes for the week
Mandnv Permits vs. .letters iold Topa
TimiUv-Liu'w vs. 3t James.
WeuneiU.v-iaAe Steins vs. Creibus
Carntv ompan '
Thursday Pvte Lochs vs. Bradegaard
Franc: sea s Aiievs.
Mandav A. I. Boot company vs Colum
bia .neurant-e company. M it, and Pa.nt and
Oiass i.omi any vs. Ancient Cnler of
rniid Workmen No. 17. i"orv M''
Knsie vs. Outlaws, Spa ui dings vs. El
K" s A. leva.
Jfandav iunkists vs. ators Bottling Da
purrment. Tueaila y ijerman Home vs. Mets Ath-
Wedneeday B'eeiia Mixers vt Wood-
mn 'if fne World.
Thorsdu" Drummers vs. Chfs Lvi-ks.
F-'ii.iy Rnmohr Specials vs. Derby
Woolen M ile.
Fiancieco s Allevs.
Tieadav Maaepoas vs. Omaha Bedding
lompany. Cons vi Ruffner Ti.lonng
company, Fr"tiis vs. Goarsntee nothing
company. Store Mslts vs. London Tailors.
MAGIC CITY LEAGUE.
Oarinw Aieys. Jouui uniana
Monilay Boyce Specials vs. Martin's
T'li-sdav Jetrr Gold Tops vs. South
Omaha loe company.
Weilnesday Petersen Candy company
Thurstia.T teillna-s v. Culktns' Cubs.
ilarlow A..eys. South Omaha.
Tiesilay Armours vs. Omaiias. Swifts
Francumo s A.leys.
Friday 0"Srln Kanity Xltia vs. Mc-Cord-Pnsdv
Advas. Mats Bras. va. Jaoes
J. Crass. Berv Clothing company vs. A.
COMMERCIAL T.EA GCE.
Monday Permits vs. Jetters.
Tiesday Luxus vs. St. James.
Wednesday Dreibus vs. t 'ampanella.
Thursday Lochs vs. Crowns.
On Friday sight of this weak tha
Omaha Inagua will open Its eleventh sea
son. Alleys 4, i, 1 7, , and 10 at Fran
cisco s will be used for all match games,
the six teams using tha allays upon the
same night. Tha opening ceremonies will
be the most elaborate ever attempted
by this or any other league. Dave
O' Brian, representing tha O'Brien Sandy
Elds: Bart Hoal af McCord-Brady Advaa.
Arthur Metx of Met Brothers. A. Hospe
of A. Hoapa company. Ollie Berg of the
Berg Clothing company and Jabas Cross
af tiia Cross team, will roll tha first bail
upon tha alleys which their respective
teams will start tiia seaaun. Mayor
James Dahiman, Congressman Lobeck
and Senator G. M. Hitchcock will favor
tha bowlers and friends with short ad
dresses before the games begin.
Among tha new rules adopted by this
league is a rule that provides that after
three-fifths of the scheduled games have
been bowled no t-iam can sign any new
players except In cases of accident or
sickness, this will do away with any
jockeying toward tha finish as has bean
tha casa in seasons past, another rule
provides that tha games can ba howled
upon any alleys sanctioned by the
American Bowling cq agrees, another
practically allows any bowler, who la a
member of a team under American
Bowling: congress protection in any city
of tha country, can shoot any time dur
ing tha first thrae-Cfths of til a sclieduia.
A meun af tha officers of tha Middle-West
Bowling association has bean
called far Sunday, October L DfeS Moines.
Secretary William Weber has notified tha
fulluw.ng to be present; Georga Strata,
Dee Moines, president. C. W. Turner,
Kansas City, first vies president; Wll.
iiam Lucas, Kansas City, second vies
president; William H, Musics, St. Lous,
third vice president. M. K. Kinneinaa,
St. Joseph, fourth vice president; (J. Q.
Francisco, Denver, treasurer, and tha
executive committee, compused of H.
Paul, Waterloo, J. Harry Gorman, Kan
sas City, I-L J. Hagai, Columbus. Ra-pa
Ca.u, Marsiiailtown. M. A. Phillips, su
Louis, Charles Ellis, Sioux City. John
Hyrna, Das Motnas, Gua Helta, St. Louis,
F. W. Goaewtch, St. Paul. W. a. Flen
ner Chicago; F. Langnnberg. St. Louis,
M. R. Hantington. Uma.it, Fred Doao
van. SL Joa, and F. P. Graves. Sua
The opening of the bowling season at
Suuth Omaha waa an unusually well at
tended and successful affair. Muaiu and
refraehmenta ware served by Herb Gar
low and ware greatly enjoyed by tha
bowlers as well as tha bowlaressea.
The Magic City leagua held Its open
ing an Monday night. Tha leagua Is
composed of sight five-man teams and
have among the membership many of
tha leading business men of that city.
The Boyce Specials wtll hava Green.
Clay burn, Kruse, Cooley and Marietta.
Martin's Tigers will ba composed of
many of the older howler. They will
Una up with Lepinski, Dudley, Frttchar.
Ham hi an. Kennedy and Fry a The Jetter
Gold Tops will have the advantage of
being captained by his honor the chief
and wtll have Chief Bnggs. Doa Hunt.
Chadd, McCoro). Koch, Hail and F'.tx
gera.d. Tha Stelllngs crowd look pretty
good wtth Zleck, Buker. Hamm. Volstedt.
Winters and Ohnson. Tha South mahs
I as company team will have quite a load
to carry for tha w'ntsr time and will
shoot Etter, Gribbie. Peasflek. Cox, Bec
and Towl. Culklas Cubs will have Fore
Sherwood. Mann. Roth, Nolan, Thomas
and old man Cuikins himself. Peterson's
Candy company will !ln up with Fagar
berg, winters. Green. Clark. Peterson
and Boyd. The Giants will attempt to
win with Condon. Howe. Mullen. Rati
gan. Gustavsun and Nailsnn.
Tha Packer's league which uses all tha
tjeuiaw alleys on Tuesday nights hi tha
real pride of South Omaha, the members
of which are ail employee of the dif
ferent packing houses. When they bowl its
for tha honor of tha firm and real lively
contests are tha result. The league la
composed of four ffva-men tu.ua The
Swift seems to be as good as tha name,
having wan all three games on the open
ing night, the lineup being Hammond,
Parker. Mora, Marietta and McCord. The
Omaha taam la composed af Walls
Dethranar. Ccoley. FC ich and Sherwood.
Tha Armour arawd la Beyers. Bunnell,
Weimer. Stem and Tanner, and tha
Cudahy Dutch Cleansers are Hasrer.
Knia-ht. Hfner. Horwtck and Toman.
Thaaa two leagues Just love company
and axtand a cordial Invitation to the
public to axtand their contests.
Played. Wen. Lost. pvt.
Armours I t J
Omaha 1 i 1
Wei-aarS, . 191 ieaSf .... ...
lsocafa ! wetis
V .!-!- .
l-nl ... ...
,c tn a.lt
P'a 'd. Won. Leet.
Msn-v's onk:st 1 3 t
l r-mmers I 1 1
I T riv ;v. miens Ill
loir's r.v'KS 1 1 t
I -"ors Bof tn i t 1
3"inn 1 3i'xrs .... 1 I 3
iH'ihmnn nors . . 1 t 3
: German Home 1 1 1
IMt ri ? itield . .
'."3 li-fT'tS .... ...
'.,;l '4 -
ISO 41 Ik
I D. Srhneiiter
, The Preihus team, a dark horse, has
seised Prst place n the rsce for the pen
nant, piling up a scora of i'."0 pins tor
the first week of plav, incldentar.y w'n
ning threa nmi. The hiirh individual
j total was rolled by Chubby Charley Zarp
I of the Gold Tops fll pins.
A very successful season Is anticipated,
j as no less than fl-'s teams will or should
I be fighting tt out for first honors up tn
tha Isst week of play next spring. Team
Won. Lost. P-t. Pins
I HtrailllK Leawae.
I Won. Lost- Pet.
. . '.1' 1
I HTl Psxos 4 i
Colomfias 1 1
A. O t. W. Na. 17.. :l 1
I Outlaws 1 .1
I A. I. Roots i 4
; 'nauldings J 4
! M dland Glass 3 4
i Corey A MaKansie.. I S
1. 3. iotinana ITT rhrmanMn
Hamill ITHSensaton ...
Bland IKS Hollar
Sowars Iiit Vhinitlar
' "arti-mar ItMK.-anita
H Jtnmall .its a. mnautar
14 .aniin 1-lT
W Jama li R. smith
4lmpiHiii liii '1. a. iuaaaoa
9. 3rK:netier- IbT eittnr
J. i. Starsvall.
Won. Lost. Pat
Ruffner Tailors I
Guarantee Clothing. 5
London Tijors 4
Yauaem s Colts 1
Farreil's Syrups 1
Omaha Bedding Co. 1
Stars Malts 1
filrlHtAmaen .......... laT N,ra-1
stunz .si aiuann
). Jnsnsoa US) Mattnea
Cain .... ..
. . 14 arnataln
.. M it. Joansoa
. . ITS Durkea
. . nt. Sin-maa
. . IT Howard
. . IT! naynea
.. 17ft Wlutlaeism ....
. . iflS P.rmnett
.. Ih. Biannan
. . las Farrnll
.. lH4aotxirt . ........
.. I Wathiietl
.. 161 stars
Ha in Ity Lo.
Played. Woo. Lost.
Culkln s Cuba 3
Martn s Tigers J
Peterson s Kids 1
Tetters Gold Tops... I
Bovce's Crackers 4
Bartow's Colts 3
South Omaha lea Co. 3
1IH ?xr!ll ...
inn '1 arse ....
1T5 Kanett ..
ITti Dr. i?na
ITniiei-tln . ...
1H4 Vteiann . . .
inn fi i ira
tat Or. Bk. ..
' Thoraaa ..
i LipeniHri . . .
There has been a change made tn the
rules gavernlng the merry-go-round an
Francisco's allays, affective September 38.
A man can shoot aa many times as ha
wants to with tha same partner, and the
bowler who secures the greatest total in
three games gets fourth prise. High
scores to dats:
Baisar T 421
Tousem 7U7 LXtt
Conrad - 416
Tousem 7i L3T4
Kunry 5s L257
sfexee ( tke Allwva.
Harwich, with a 571 score, wan the
china humidor MI ad with Imperial cube
cut in uie opening oiaut ut uie racaai'S
Sevan hundreds are getting ui ba a
common occurrence, Cocnraa and Tousen
born snot better tnan that mark in tne
Chief Bnggs still sacks ta that fade
away uuiik uiat was a kiilor last sea sun,
soma put-gattar, too.
The Packers' league wisely re-elected
Hammond tneir secretary and treavsurer
for another year There :a the ana base
auat.er in tha Magia town.
Bonuall used to shoot ia tha Omaha
league before being transferred to Sioux
City, but since his rerum ha etioeen the
Packers tor his bowling flaid.
Archy Nlppell ha tired of his Benson
strenuous 4 ities and can ba Sean snoot
ing strikes and spares in tha Mutropoiltan
Andy C'.ark. who was one af tha anginal
boosters uf tha Booster league, and a. so
a member af tna Omaaa laevgua. naa re
turned from tha Philippine utianda. where
ba whs sent by Cncia Sam for construc
Wood Hartley ia still a free agent. He
Is a pretty gaud man to be aut af a 1b
wtth the big leagua outfit, tha fWwt time
in the history of tna Omaha iaaerus tnat
he is found out of tha lineup.
BCtty Amadan won the 'Twin Oalts"
prise an tna Mercantile at leva. Flrzgwraid
on tne Gaxiow and Beawiln en tha Com
mercial. What's the matter with tha Brandeia
Stare team Come on. Man ley and get
tnoaw famous atbietee togmher aaraas
wasn t tha wania thing.
Tha Brodegaard Crown gianond nag
eonteet will close on October L The
eonreee Hi a spirited affair and many
ram as wll ba hawtsd before the eloeing
night to dedda) wbo is) to wear titia haoU
niit "TT" WTakeuev Is training at the
Flaid cluw far his beef winter season. If
he ta rtgnt this veer look sua tNoais will
hava a real earn p actor.
Bill FCevt has yet to train Mr. Hook,
i Dreibus 1 l(w
i J-trers J t t7
Br)dHa:nard Crowns 3 I .'"
Campanulas) 3 I .4R7
Luxus t 2 :,:a
Pete Lochs t J .,1.13
St. James 1 I .i:is
Permits 0 J OnO
j Individual avarastea-
i Cm: it ran w 1i,ir
' Cnnrail lMlm
Hlnr'rns v.'i toiomtm
I Murttm 1M luwera
r-imau , lit- v-iwm
: uhr . ti.. kauffmsa
j rthuesaTg US Hart
. Btwiiin HumiM-
' M.rrin irt launders
; Himtna 1M S. Uuvu
, nillii-iaih OH. Hiiw'ny
' Hiirwii-S rvj Movn
I T nner 1T7 LiniMr
j (.idn ..... ITS; tiaaaen
: ana-ethers 11 tuilrtare ,
Wife P Neweeme
Wilens irtlj. Huwiey
're.-'ow rrrji.:ers r f nng i;i put
" parformance "W 'io t. g 'ing
to he Rancn. or Lets Bo-V for . ' pa
i 'het-c f.e piece t r 'he w'nter t;m
art Y'ningr s sorlv mk;g thowe art
: a.r a.ls"s mm 'ike a new hi ace eeems
1 .-tke l I Ti':nfr should be i'iinr"d
i wa om ':nit if a n"iiu nis.-e. Goeea
'hat is wv i-srl a pill-shooter
TEZJL3LL3 WTT3 FlOil EICATT1
iwe Twelve Tenleaxs Irlnn Strta-
Ist R aw Sf ade.
TE XA f.A M. Neb . Sept 34. 'pedal.
Tha haee ha 1 season rinsed In 'his part
of tha st.tte with the defeat of Decatur
Friday at r..-s;ur. Thu two teama
have alnvM tn ims wth ea,-h other,
Tekaman waning six and Tecatur four
of the games. In T"terrly's same Mc
Kinnls and Aitst-huli-r formed ';ia Tska
ma.i batterv and M.itney and Dr-ggt for
Dm a;ur Dcat ir matte two scorns in ths
frst Inn-ng a-id from that time on until
the ninth Inning 't wss shutout work on
the part of both teams. In the ninth for
Tekaina.1 Tinsik made a hit and was fol
lowed by Pnrv wth a t ir-e-ha-er,
scoring Tomsik. P'TJher bunted and
brauKht P-nrv home and r-eil the score.
In the tweif),, wtl, two out. L. Mottinnis
touched Mamey far a three-basa hit and
his brothrr. C. McK.nnis, T-kamuh s
pitcher, won his game bv -naming a Utt'.e
bunt fly and bringing in the winning run.
YOUMG GIRL AT BEATRICE
GOES TO MiLFORO HOME
UTNCOLN, Sept. 34. Special Tele-gram-
aecause a tf-year-old girt
patient at tha Beatrice Fe(ne Minded
institute s In such a condition that her
removal to the M'lford home for women
became Imperative, a searching investi
gation IB to be mads according to stsie
officia.s who learned of it only tnrtav
The girl who belongs to the "Ins" or
idiot class still plays with a doll which
she had while at tha Beatrice Institution
SAFE IN LUM3ER OFFICE
IM WEBSTER CITY R0B3ED
WEBHTIB CITT. Ia.. ept. 23. -i pe
dal Tsletrrsm. ) The Shahn rTose Lum
ber company's office here was robbed
laat night bv yegmen. who secured only
about CD. They farced the safe combina
tion. Tha police are searching far sus
picious characters sevii yesterday ah out
the outskirts of the city.
s.- " i
:' t:'T!"l: .
That Made Milwaukee fmoiis
SCHLITZ BEER DELIVERED lil PLAIN WAGOIIS BY
MILLER LIQUOR CO., 1309 Farnan SL xm
BL RIBBON MEETING ENDS
Oars Wins Only Victory of Wee
witi Lady Willosr.
FAST TSCT EES7ELATI BATTLE
4aat Pslli Rar rvwea fSia Ptv v
T-wttlnst Terrifle sttla ftr
Wsklag Break aw First
DETROIT. Sept. 34. -Tie t!tn Grind
Cti utt seaann cloaed here at the MVh
gan State Fair track, ieaving the Cnai
day's program 'incomplai?d. The free-far-a.l
trot snd the 3 "s pace wre 1e
Pan Geers. bv driving Ladv WMlt'W to
vlrtorv m the rfth heat af the unfla
Ished J 3" fat. broke her laetng sfrak
and capfird his anly pnre of the
wek. In this heiit Helen Wili.tsr and
Lsdv Willow rsc-.! together until ev .
nt;'-f!--e vari from home when the 1st
ter, under tha whip forced Benyon n
mare Into a break.
Trie 3 tw trot wss a seea v affair T i
the Prst hear J Malcolm Ftrhes d ;1
the way The big field string out like
a parade In tha second heat with Forbes
In front to tna iatt turn, when tiia
horses bunched, ip and came town the
stretch eight ahr-ast.
eit of them Tabbed under 'he wire
Inutile the length of a sutky. Aqotn wn
ning in the laat stap. Douglas Mc
Gregor took the next in a Jog. with tne
leaders in the first two heats lost tn
the ruck. Ths heat winners need the
final heat alone. Arun brake on the
first turn. Inst a do sen leng'hs a.id
seamed hopeless! v beaten. Raihburn cut
out a terrific pace when he got -ua'ted,
caught the leaders .it the tiiree-d'iar'ei s
and won out in a magnificent drive.
After Vanity i'ra had tanen one heat
tn the 1.14 trot, Myr'le Granett snowed
a lot of speed and won the second i.i a
ttratch drive. She could not repeat, how
ever, and the next two were all Mur
phy's. Ty Cobb stole home in the first heat
af tha 3:18 paca. coming from a-most no
where to show a head in the last stride.
Ha took tha next two without much
Trotting. 3:3) class, threa In five, purse
Cikw i four heats Friday i
Ladv Willow, b. m., bv Mino
taur I'leersl I t 3 J 1
Heien W;lsiar. b. m.. by WU-
star (Richiay-E. Benvoni .... 3 2 1 t 1
Clodagh, b. m. iSkstieaen 17 13 1
tub, vat, tank we scald every
barrel every pipe and pump
every time we use it.
We wash every bottle four times by machinery.
The air in which the beer is cooled is filtered.
Every bottle of Schlitz is sterilized, after it is
scaled, by a process invented by Pasteur.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark
glass gives protection against light.
The brown bottle protects Schlitz purity from
the brewery to your glass.
If you knew what we know about beer, you
would say, 44 Schlitz Schlitz in Brown Bottles."
Set thai ervxn ar cork
is brand J" Schlitz."
Ft.-r-a Mi-, h. ti. iP-atwm 1114
rw-nr i itv h c ' "ct H iiiini 14 4 'tis
'".e,r-ne. Hr ar ,M -Mshoa S S 4 aY
For- i innts La.1. h i Harrl
aom (I r
""m. i J lev,. 1 -tiv 1 ' v. UH
T-t:n. 1 tn) ciaxe, two n t.nea, purse
Aria. h. h., bv A.vulin inath-
but-a. T 1 10 1
T M i.roim For'iea. br h . by
P'ng.-n " -tr-i 13 7 1
Diii m M. 'l cir blk. s. bv
M.-GrsTr iShivelv- '."Til
!invoin, t) a. i dicker i ....... 3 3 4 ra
i"a.ti-sde. ch. s. .Mir-trivi . t 10 3 ra
Maior tvtl ngrcn. br h. iM-Don-
e.d- ( ! Irs
'"-lghton. b. s (t"ox 1 4 ro
Fosa Johnson, h. s (il-ersl 4 4 1 n
Fl-sahwia Bay, b. m. tMoLaugh-
Kenvoa W.. hlk s. iK -avotl) I 4 4 ro
tvataas. b. Ti. iHsr eon' ft U 4
'I'll' Gam. "a. g ,SVti'-en . 13 dts
T:me: 2 'W. J '. 3 t'n. J
i 'saw 3.14. trotting, three in five, purs
Vimtv 'iro. c m. bv Ora W'lkea.
MrnHvi .. till
Myf.e Granett. h:k. m.. by
T"-saetr iH.i ik'H' J I T S
"'it n hr m. iMorvna.dl ... J 4 J J
r-ens-iore. b. h i Lmiin n . ... 4 I W 1
!' Pot-aie. b. a . Xctjiiit'v .4114
t urn iVvun. on. ai i Honkmsi 74
Mar'iai'.. a. m. iWrlah-i . 1(1 I 4
vi -am Tight, br g .Joneen ... 4 7 S T
Nev Tidrt b m ifurriai . 3 4 4 4
sid A ana. -t. ti. .nowi 4 10 9 10
M i"4i -a. -a. ai McM,ihan 11 dr
''n 1 ill. tM.'inf threa m flvw, aursa
Tv 1 ooo en. m.. bv Slemtcnlon Cax lit
Storm, o 't'unn'nghami ... 3 3 4
I ui- e Prinik. o oi. i'urt9 7 7 1
F-d 4.. . .Rhodesi ..I I I
Pa ami. h h. ilrii 4 4 S
WMlv Pennv h. s . Met ausrh'ln. .. I 4 4
Tai O . g. i Honk.nei I S T
I'pn-r Gnn. b. m. iR.thinaoni S S g
Helen ta.. a. m. iTmiri 4 Sos)
Slirav Norwg. bik m. i "insi ds
rma. 3 Ui 3 's-v j: -.m.
THREE STUDENTS HURT
IN IOWA CITY CLASS RUSH
IOWA t'lTY Ta.. Sept. n. tSpeclai Tat -eg
am. i- -In tlis tipnomore-rreshmaa push
ba.l clash here toda" the injured are.
C. N. Morse. Nevada, torn ank.e. Avery
Warren. Town t'lty. hrolien nose. Irvlna
Oliver iigouraev. wreni'lied knee rap.
lodl"tinea4a la Charles rity.
CHARLU-a CITY. la.. Sept. 33.-tS
clai Telegram. The grand Jury this efte
srnoon Imilcted a hotel keeper, drug store)
propr'etor and two private citizens for
a.leged selling of Intoxicating lluuorg,
EntM-H 4r4 PlawsMwal a Data.
DAVENPORT. Ia. Sent. 33-Hs mg
heard that her husband. Lemuel ijoud.t in,
was dead, and after mourning for him for
nine years. Mrs. Emma Goodwin married
Matthew Ohler. Recently Goodwin rsv
We spend more on
purity more time,
more skill and more
monev than on anv
other cost in our
We sterilize every
I Independent A 2C3
Schlitz Eottlci 3?er Depet
7-J3 S. 5th St., Omaha. N'ebr.
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