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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1013.
MOREHEAD READY FOR WAR
Governor Addresses Guard Officer in
Martial Strain. .
CONFLICT "WITH MEXICO SURE
Wnnta' United States lo Abandon
1'bllipplncs nnd AdYlaea the
UlUtla to Keep Out of
(From a. EtxTf CbrrespandrtiO
WNCOIJC, JnlT 2fc-apcUL-miat
waa with Mexico 1 Inevitable; that the
"United Stale should, withdraw from tht
JThMppines and that the Nebraska Na
tl omU cuard should star out of politico,
were the three things emphasised by Gov
ernor Morehcad at a, banquet and smoker
jrhrcn at the cnard armory last evening
by Adjutant General HaU to Visiting' of
ficers of the snard In which the coventor,
state auditor, ertral appointees of the
governor and newspuper men were in
The rcmarka of the governor In which
he advised the members of the snard to
day out of poll Ilea trer doubly atsslfl
eant inasmuch aa at a. meeting of the
guard officers during; the day there had
been a Very strong sentiment In favor
of the guard taklnc an onmnlxed stand
against the referendum on the appro
prlatlon for a memorial armory at Ne
braska City. The governor soM be
thouffht It would be a mistake for the
guard to take any stand on the propo
sition for fear It might tend, to make op
position to the militia.
rrnlie for General Kali.
Governor Morehead spoke very enthu
siastically of the work done by the guard
during the time o the tornado. Major
A. JL Holllnceworth of Beatrice sold that
had General I toil had the press bureau
behind him that Colonel Roosevelt had
In Cuba or General IMnston In the Phil
ippine Islands, he would hare received
the credit due him and which he wns
entitled to. Major Holllngaworth was
strong Jn hla assertions that the news
papers of Omaha did not .give General
Stall the credit he should have received
and he said that a large number of peo
ple In Omaha today give the credit for
the good work done to the regulars, not
even "knowing In many instances that it
was the guard which was doing the most
efficient work under the direction of
General Philip. L. Hall, if.
Other speakers were: Dr. Hall, father
of General Hall; Private Secretary Mor
rimey, Auditor Howard, Insurance Com
missioner Charles Clancy, Labor Com
missioner Charles Pool, Captain A. St.
Trlmbel of the Grand Army of the Re
public General HaU and one or two
others. Major Hayiol acted, as toaaUn as
ter. Increased Aaaeaament Roll.
Eighty-five counties have so tar reported,
to Secretary Seymour of tho State Board
of Assessment and nearly all of them
show substantial rln over the assess
ment of 13U Douglas county swells the
Increase with the very fine showing of
BHWS above that of last year, whlla
(Lancaster county Increases lta aseess
snent by W75.87S. Ooge ana- (Blunders
counties are among those which have not
yet reported, both counties last year
showing an aaeessed valuation of over
iio.oeo.coo. being with Douglas and Lan
caster the only four 'counties running
their aasesatnent into eight figures. Nine
eountlea show a dropping off in their aa
esid valuation so far reporting. These
lire Boone Sox Butte, Butler, Clay, How
ard, Kimball, Nance, Baune ana wnermon.
Douglas county showed up tremendously
In spite of the great damage done to
property by the tornado. Lots in the
city of Omaha show an Increased valua
tion of over half a million from last
year. In fact, everything" In Douglas
county met with a- boost over last year,
Tho eighty-five counties t porting show
an increase In assessed valuation of over
47,000,000. The total assessment roll so
far is shown to be tU8.M4,8. It Is e
oected that the seven count! en not yet
reporting will be In In a few days and
then the exaot Increase can, do swan.
Save the llofaea.
The College of AgricUlturo of Nebraska
has prepared a bulletin which It U sena
lng out which If followed thousands of
dollars in horses may be saved this hot
wither. Among other things, it saya:
"Water should be taken to the fleHt and
the horses given drinks throughout the
hotter part of the day. Water is Jost aa
necessary for animals aa it la for men.
the announcements say, Though this
seems a little bother. U will mean the
saving of much money and will well pay
for the time spent Horses that do not
eeem to stand the heat well may be
helped by pouring a little cold water over
their spinal column, Bhould ,the animal
fall over tako tho others away that it
rrnv have all the air possible. As a sum
ulant which is recommended to revive
overheated horses the college says that
ilx punees of whiskey In a pint of water
Is good, or one-half ounce of ammonia
In a Dint of water. Rubbing the limbs
with camphor is also beneficial."
Has Cholera Heruni Cheaper
The use of hog cholera serum la now
within tho reach of every hog breeder In
Nebraska according to the following arti
cle br Dr. Gain of the state larmt
"July 1 the price of hojj cholera serum
and virus was reduced to 1 cent per cublo
centimeter. Thla la leia than serum Is
sold for In any state In the corn belt.
This sl made possible by the liberality of
tho last legislature appropriating $15,000
for the work in serum production ana
also an additional tlS.000 aa a subsidy for
serum not used. Owing to th possible
deterioration of serum through standing
in the sun or In other places where It la
subject to high temperatures thla ruling
la made necessary. We do this for the
protection of the ueers of serum."
Notes from Beatrice.
BEATRICE), Jb July l-8peclal)-The
thirteenth annual plcnlo of the old
settlers of Barneeton will be held on Au
grunt 90 and SL A good program Is being
prepared for the occasion.
J. T. Mueller of Hanover, Kan., was
here yesterday and sold (00 bushels of
alfalfa seed to the Sonderegger seed
Mrs. Oliver Mason, the chiropractor nt
Filler, who was .arrested recently on the
charge of practicing medicine without
baying first secured a certificate from
the State Board of Health, appeared be
fore Judge Walden Friday and pUadrd
gufity. She was fined fee and costs. The
rhsrgt against her husband, which' was
l similar one. was dismissed.
U, XX Arthur, manager of the Hoag
elevator, yesterday reported that he bos
purchased 80.000 bushels cf wheat since
the new grata waa out, .The, wheat ija
that locality is averaging from twenty
fire to thirty-five bushels, to the acre
Blakhcd -vvltb at Baior, V
Wounded wtn a gun. or pierced hya.
rusty noil, Buoklen's Arolco, Salve soon
hulls the Injured part Guaranteed. Sc.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co Advert!
NEWS FROM BRIDGEPORT
AND MORRILL COUNTY
TTrtlDOKPOnT. Neb., July DO. Soc
ial.) The days set for the old soldiers
and settlers' reunion will be held In
Bridgeport August 1S-1&. Governor J. H.
Morehead, Judge IL M. Grimes of North
Platte and Judge L. O. Kurd" of narrard
aro among the prominent speakers who
are expected. Preparations are being
mads for an excellent program to. enter
tain the old sokllera and their friends.
Three heavy rains during, the lost three
days broke the drouth here, much to the
detlght dt farm em and people In general
The headg&tes of nearly all Irrigating
canals in the valley were closed op to
that time by order of the State Board of
Irrigation; but yesterday the water com-
tnUeloner reopened them. The bounteous
rains fumlihed a good supply of Water
for the North Platte river, which was
A washout occurred Friday at the gov
ernment dam at Whalen, three apana
of the railroad bridge being washed out
Much work will be required before traf-
flo can be resumed on the Bridgeport
Twenty feet of the roadbed of the Bur
lington was washed out Friday about
six miles east of here. The rails were
left about eighteen Inches above tho
grade. Passenger train No. S08 passed
safely over, only the rails holding the
HOUSE AT VALENTINE
VALENTINE, Neb July Special.)
Friday night while the family was
away at a danoo someone went twougn
the house of Mrs. George Lamoureaux
and etole a ooupte of snlta of clothes and
considerable Jewelry out of one of the
bedrooms. No trace of the thief has boen
News front Oeeeola.
OCCEOLA. Nth., July J0.-Hpeolal.)
The Osceota Chautauqua opens on Mon
day and will continue over until July a.
This Is the first year that a Chautauqua
has been attempted In Osceola and from
tho Interest manifest there ta every rea
son to believe that the affair will be a
success. Bishop Mclntyr la to be here
for the opening day.
Prospect are very flattering at this
time for a good big corn crop In Polk
county. The rains of the last two days
have about taken toe crop out of danger
and with reasonably good weather during
the coming weeks the ylejd wlll.be equal
to that of any recant year. Wheat, oats
and alfalfa are the best that has been
had for ten years.
Mrs. C. TX Woinsley died quite suddonly
at her home In the north part of Polk,
county this morning, She leaves a hus
band and an Infant child. The family has
resided In Polk county lor many years
and It among the prominent farm oltls
eno. Albert Davis of Grand Island dosed a
deal with V. L. Dunn thla week wheroby
the forraor take over the Dunn hardware
and furniture stock In this city. The busi
ness has been a good one and the new
proprietor secures a large stock.
REPUBLICANS OF SOUTH
DAK0T ATO GET TOGETHER
CrtOUZ FALLS, fl. D July .-BpciaM
Everything indicates that several thou
sand .republicans, representing all parts
of the state, will attend the big gat
together republican convention which la
to be held In filoux Falls next Friday
ior the purpose of reorganising the repub
lican party of the state an dendlng the
factional strife within the party.
While It chanced that most of the algn
era of the call for the convention are
men who during the last campaign have
been identified with the atalwart faction
of the republicans, the great majority
of progressive republicans an dnewspa
pars give their approval to the conven
tion and aro urging that republicans of
the atate, without regard to factional
affiliations ot the paat, turn out and at
Child Dies of Scaldlnc.
BIOUZ FALLS, a D., July Sfc-Bpeotal.)
The 13-njonUn-old son ot Mr, and Mrs.
J. M. TaUoy, Banborn county, pulled
teapot Oft e, table upon hlmaelf, The tea
was at boiling pitch, scalding his face.
neck and chest bo severely that he died
two hours later.
GRANT, WEDDING TOOK
PLACE WEEK AGO
BAN DIEGO, Cal., July tO,-fho wed
ding of U, 8. Grant Jr.. ot this city and
Mrs. America Workman Will ot Los
Angelbe, which was to have taken place
at 7 o'clock last evening, did not take
place. Instead of a wedding, It was an
nounced to those present at the time
that the marriage ceremony hod been per
formed one week ago, Judge George
To many persons this statement was
not a surprise aa for several days there
had been persistent report ot a secret
marriage, although thete wore promptly
Only a few friends of the Grant family
assembled for the wedding that had been
set 'for thla evening. V. 8. Grant XV,
was tho only of the bridegroom's five
children who Was In the hotel parlor
when the announcement ot the previous
marriage waa made. Chaffee Grant and
hla atsters, although in the city, absented
After the annbuncejnent which took the
place of the expected wedding ceremony
a dinner waa served to a few frlenda ot
the Grant family.
Mr. Grant la CO years of age. and tht
eldest son ot the former president Mrs.
Gran( a St years old.
It waa first announced that the wedding
was to take place at 10 o'clock this mom
lng. but at that hour the prospective
bridegroom and bride were occupied in
placing over the grave ot Mr. aronfa
first wife a bronse statue that had ar
rived from the east only yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant will deport tomor
row on a trip around the world, by way
of the Orient
BOONE MAN HAS SOUVENIR
OF PERRY'S FLAGSHIP
BOONE, la., July l.-Speclal.)-Jut
now thlnra pertaining to Commodore
Perry are Of general interest since the
celebrations are still going on. on the
Great lakes, H. J. CMnneck, who, when
a youngster, lived at Erie, has a most
Interesting souvenir ot the Niagara.
Perry's flagship, which was sunk Just
off Eric Mr. Chlnneck, who Uvea
ITU Story street, has a paper knife made
out of a spike taken from the Niagara,
His Head, B. J. Bloeser. of Erie, secured
a half dozen of the aplkea, which, with
tb old hull, were buried for nearly
century, and had them made Into paper-
knives for himself and hla frlenda, Chin
ntck Is going to have a suitable en-.
WATCHES COUNTRY GAME
President Witnesses Diamond Con
test at little Burg in Brush.
TRIES THE INCOGNITO STUNT
It Doesn't Work and Battle Slope
While Crovrd Olieera Chief Execu
tive Women Discover Ilia
WASHINGTON, July 20. President Wil
son today experienced the excitement of
a country base bill game and thoroughly
enjoyed It He happened along In hla
automobile at La Plata, Md., about thirty
five mtlea south of Washington, when
he heard a series of wild shouts from a
frantic crowd .of enthusiasts "rooting"
with all the Intensity ot a major league
itruggle for the rival teams.
The president wore a large pair of gog
gles and thought ho could watch tho
game without being recognised. Ho
stepped out of the automobile at tho
crossroads general store, a short distance
from the diamond. As he cautiously ap
proached the grounds, however, a thou
sand curious eyes were turned upon him.
The feminine enthusiasts of La Plata
almoit immediately dlsoovored his iden
tity. "It's the president!" thoy choruaod 'aa
they swooped down on him and-grootod
Tho players paused and the crowd gave
ttfreo hearty cheers. The president In
quired about the progress ot the game
and found that the La Plata team was
In bitter combat with the Indian Head
(Md,) team at a tie score. The president
watched the contest for half, on hour,
enjoyed the antics of the players and
alternate Jeers and compliments as they
came from the bleachers, but did not
wait for the finish.
Motoring on. the president had to make
wide detour on account of freshly-
oiled roads and arrived at the White
House Just In time for dinner. He had
traveled seventy miles. Earlier in tho
day he played golf.
Body Tied to Fence
That of Daughter of
Audubon, la,, Farmer
CinCAQO, July S0.-The body of the
young woman found tied to a fence post
near tho county highway leading to
Tinsloy Pnrk, 111,, was identified today
aa mat or Miss Martha Winters, a
daughter of Christopher "Winters, &
farmer living near Audubon, la. The
mystery of Mies Winters death, however,
was not lifted, a coroner's Jury refusing
to oall it sulcldo.
Miss Wlntors had been worklntr in
Chicago as a seamstress and had been
living with Miss Margaret Rumsoy in a
downtown bpording house neighborhood.
Witnesses told that Mlm Winters ap
parently had been subject to delusions
and believed that sho was menaced bv
the "black hand."
Miss Winters was found yesterday tied
by the nock to a fence poBt with a atrip
of cloth torn from her own dross. Her
reel were touching the ground and her
watch, purso and money were untouohed.
rnyaioiane testified that aho died from
strangulation. Tho investigation will be
LONDON, July 3X Disappointment 1
folt in Japan In connection with the
Amerloon reply to the last Japanese notes
on the subjoct of the California land
ownership legislation, which does not ae
cept any or the Japanese contention
that the bill violates the Japanese-Ameri
can treaty and does not offer any sue
geetlon for the solution of the difficulty.
l ne situation here has reached a dnd.
lock. Japan has not yet decided on its
next step, but ta so desirous of maintain
ing menaiy relations that it la believed
it will not ndopt retaliatory measures,
such as tho renunciation of the trv
the ground that It Is useless or the re-
aucuon or tne rights ot Amerloan cltliens
The Japanese tvublln hm h
... ia ma oeuer that Washington
would afford some relief to th .it,,.!
and theroforo tho government's task has
iivcn maae more difficult
Funeral Of Mrs. Ed llonae.
The funeral services of Mn v. Tn..
of West Evans street I wore hM tht.
morning at 9 o'clock at tho MethodUt
church in Benson. Rev. Mr. Attack offi.
elated. Interment at Mount Hope ceme
tery. The deceased was a reatrin nr
Benson for soveral years and was well
known to many. Bhe leaves a husband
and four children.
Notes from Yankton,
TANKTON, 8. D.. July . (Snr.l.l
A Milwaukee train between Avon ami
Dante waa nearly wrecked Thn4.
night according to advices here. At a
steep grado and ourvo tlea and atones
were placed on tho track, but fortunately
iBinoer jooopn tscott saw tho obstruo
tlon Jut In time and" aaved hU train
from any damage. The affair ! hi..
In percentage of pupils who ha.v
the eighth grade, Yankton county leada
the atate In the county schools. Tho
ccunty also leads In equipment of sehoola
and In qualifications of teachers, accord
ing to the official reports.
8. P. Gamble, a county nloneer. au,i
at his residence in thla city Friday noon
quite auaoemy, at an advanced
-orn in una county gtvea evidence of
a DOUntltUl crop. Harveattnv nf
grain la Just beginning and Indications
are ror an excellent yield.
Culls From the Wire
Accused of selling Italian military ae-
descendant of an Illustrious family of
Piedmont who waa heed ot a section ot
the war office, haa been arrested.
The luxurious schooner yacht Adven
turess, owned by John Borden, a New
York millionaire, arrived at Ban Fran
Cisco yesterday, 1S& days out from New
lorn en route to tne Arctic to hunt polar
"I am going west to see a small part
of my Job and a few of the neoDla I am
"working for." Secretary Lane yesterday
aa stated the Durnoaa. mnantllv. nt
tnp on wmcn ne wii, leave Washington
The Norwegian Parliament yesterday
refuted to vote a credit of 10,600. which
bad been proposed by the government to
cover the expenses of Norway'a official
participation in tne ranama-i'ocino expo
altton at San Francisco In UU.
The Chamber ot Deputies late last
night concluded the debate on the meaa
ure which ta France' a reply to Germany's
Increase In armamenta. by passing the
three years' military service but The
RICH PORSESJH THE CARD
All Stake Baces Crowded Into Day'.
Program on Track.
PUSSES AGGREGATE $10,000
Itotteat Contested Brent la Pennsyl
vania for 2 1 to Trotteri Money
Divided aa No Decisive
Heat Can Be nan.
PITTSBURGH, Pa., July 20.-Get-ttway
day for the grand circuit meet here to
day for the grand circuit meet here
proeented one of the mort valuable
track. With only two racing days in the
wncok, owing to rain, all the stake races
were crowded In today's program, and
only atake races wcr run, with purses
aggregating 119,000 to the winner.
The hottest contested race that horse
men have witnessed In some time was
the Pennsylvania stakes for 2:10 trotters,
which went to six heats and the money
hod to bo divided because a deolalve heat
could not be run off before sundown1,
the grand circuit rule being that no heat
may be run after .sunset
Tommy Horn hod taken two straight
hents, but In the third he was observed
to be in distress. Lady Oration took tho
tnira neat, wnllo Dago, that had bosil
running in tho ruck, camo forward and
took the fourth and fifth heats. With
the necessary twenty minutes between
the heats, the race was strung along
toward darkness, and when Dr. Moors
took the sixth heat, and not a horse had
taken the necessary three out of five, the
Judges divided tho money, giving Dago
nrst, Tommy Horn socond, Densmors
third and Lady GratJan fourth monies.
After the fourth heat only horwea hav
ing a ehow for the money were permitted
to run, with the result that Marigold,
Darby Boy and Tenara were ruled out
It was a race whore boras stamina
counted, and it waa apparent that the
field had run Tommy Horn off his feel.
In succeeding heats ho would hold tho
onaiionging position until the streioh,
when he would bo nosed out
The professional drivers' itnW
trot was taken easily by Judaon Girl, a
Cox entry. While Del Rey, from the
same string, took the 2:10 pace, a ,0o0
stakes and would have won in straight
heats but for bad breaking In the
tCh,,.n 0,8 thlrd Dcat h,c !t him
xie iook tne next heat and the
race handily, however.
8:07 trot. ii in h-.
Duquesno stakes: """' W
Cascade, ch. s (Rodney)..., i .
"ooert Mllrol. U g, (Show)........" i I a
va yoro, nr. m. (Ueers) .,, 4 i
The Wanderer, b. g. (Benyon)...M,.T 0 I
OakdaJo, gr. k. (Acuff).......,.7...r..0 i
"?'"ri uu iirieniingj, ..,,,,,8 7 7
Kathor W.. b. ro, (Cox)T. o c.
Hhythmell. blk. m. (Andrews). I"
Time, Z:07H. 2:1H4, 2:09.
Keystone stakes. a.vnr.nii
two in threo. purao tt.000: ,
Peter Johnston, h. o trnr. i
cogontie, b, c.' (dceraY:."::::.. :::z::2 s
Ruby Waits, b. o. WMirh .
Dm..! ,11 v. t. ... , ... . .... V
Swoet Spirit, b. f. (Murphy)... MM 4 7
Magowan, b. c. (Andrews), ,g 4
411UD, ;um, i:jjy.
J.10 pace, throe In five, purse (9,000, the
Fort Pitt stakes:
oel Bey. b. s. (Cox) ..l 1
Frank Bogash, Jr., b. .
(Murphy) ...8 I 1 1
Foots Prince, ch. a. (Pitman)..! I i
Leato, J. b. m. (Chllds).. 5 4 9 3
ex nun. p. s. tiucjJeveu),,.,4 0 ro
Time a-.7H. 2M 2:06H. 1:07.
3:10 trot throe in five, oura SS.OM. Pmn.
iJago, b. g. (arady).-...7 1 t 1 )
Tommy Horn, u. g. (II o-
Donald) 1 1 9 s l
Denemore, b. b. (Dean) ....4 8 J. J 3
Lady Grattnn, ch. m. (Cox) 9 6 17 3
Marigold, b. m. (Murphy). .3 2 4 flro
Tenara, b. m. (Andrews). ...2 6 4ro
ijeruy xioy, u. k, uic-
Cnrthy) .....6 T I Ira
Black Cat bL m. (Gray)... 5 0 Odr
Ban Felipe, b. g. (aeere)..8 0 8dr
Time 2:00, 2:06. 2:0914, 2:l0i, 2:,
215 trot, thrco In five, purse $3,000, pro
fesalonal drivers' stakes.
Judson Girl. b. m. (Cox) 1 1 l
Munay. u d, to. tMurpny) 8 8
Kulabellp. b. m. (McDonald) 7 9
Brighton, b. g. (Andrews).., 2 5 8
AMM'ttu u alFUKiJBv aaaeatsate -V A
Santos Maid, b. m. (N, Orady) 4 8 0
uaron uci iiny, or. s. lKoancyj....fi ais
Star Player of White
Sox m Championship
Days Dies in Asylum
COLUMBUS, O., July SO. "Jlggs" Don
nhuo, star first baseman for ' the Chi
cago Americana in 1008, when they de
feated the Chicago Cubs In the world's
aeries, died today at the Columbus State
hospital. Tho direct cause ot death was
paresle. Burial will be at Springfield, O
Dnnohuo began his baseball career
with tho St Louis Nationals as a catcher,
From St Louis ho wens to Milwaukee,
where he played first base, and later
to the Chlcagos. Hla wonderful field
ing is said to havq enabled the Sox to
win tho world's championship series In
1900. Ho was sold to Washington several
years later, but failed to make good
there. He returned to Chicago, where
he. ran bowling alleys. He was sent
to the state hospital In this city a year
ago. Domostlo trouble Is eald to have
undermined hla health.
Donahue had been reported dead sev
eral times since he was confined to the
Slugfest Goes to
the Armour Team
At Florence yesterday the Armours de
feated the Oaa company team in a tor
rltlo slugging match. After Buljlvan had
been knocked out of the box in the third
Inning, Hull essayed to finish the game.
He waa hit for nine hits in the eighth
and ninth for ten runs. McForland lasted
until the seventh, when four hlta, two
dead ballaf and: an error let in alx runs,
one of the hlta being a homer. Aatde
from the hitting the game was feature
less. The Armours play at Plattamouth
Aimouita. QAM CO.
Cblllas. It.. 1 1 0IU.Hk, cf.. 4 1 0 S
LDChln, Ml 1
& . luonn, h. . . . v .
t a mutton, tu.it i o a t 1
1 0 lUnrlna. lb I 1 11 1
Urmffc UJ 4
Al OniTM. rt
0 lBulllT'n, pib I 0 t I 1
4 t IMtRU, tt. I 1 1 1 I
1 0 Oltull, e.p.. 4 1 1 I t
J. UWa. tin
I. tb-pS s
II, .tt J 1
n, e, l i
t S 1 UltImo, rt. 4 1 0 0 0
JITl'd. D-rt 1
1 1 03bU!4, t I X
Oinu, rl-p 1
tduu unit i
Tatti ...M II XI U (
Armours 3 6 J 0 0 0 0 1x
IQaa Company.... 016 10OI0 115
Itoma runs: couina. ijevenng. xnree
hut hits: Lauirhlln. BeiUk. Moron. Two-
base hits: A. Craves, Hlatt. F. Jelen, Mo
Farland. Marcan. Hits: Oft Sullivan, 10
In three Innings: off aicriana. 10 in
even InnlnKS. Struck out: By Hull, 6:
by McForland, 1 Bases on balls: Off
McFariand. 2; off Jelen. 2. Bit by
pitched ball: By McForland, t Earned
runa: Armours. 10: Oaa company, C
Time: S.25. Umpire- Jones.
Persistent Advertising ia the Boad to
Light Can't Harm
Schlitz in Brown Bottles
tng axrd ;orher out'm.
Rcssi ilml Bxillwis3,,, card again
It concedes our claims light
bottles do not protect the beer
from the damaging effects of
sun or light
"Light starts decay even in
Schlitz in Brown Bottles is
made pure and then kept pure
from the brewery to your glass. 4J
Tell your friends. Phoaea: Uong. S597: InA A a&a
Schiltx Bellied Bear Tepo
723 S. gd Street Omaha. Nebr.
By. Gcrber. 101 S. Maia St
at Made Milwaukee Famous.
WESTERM FODRWIN THE CUP
Play Makes Them Favorites for the
TOURNAMENT TO STAET MONDAY
One Hundred and Thirty-Seven "Will
Be Entered Some of Beat Men
Cannot Participate In
HOMKWOOD COUNTBT CLUB, CHI
CAGO, July 20. The Western Golf asso
ciation four easily won the Olympic cup
today on tho Homewood links with play
that mode tho representatives favorites
for the western amateur championship
which begins Monday, Warren K. Wood
ot the winning quartet made the best
score of 150 for the thirty-alx holea. The
western team's score was tss. Tho Inter
collegiate team took second honors with
669. The Tronsmisslsslppl team withdrew
Decauae or tne withdrawal or iximistv
Afternoon scores and totals for the day:
Western Golf association, 318, 623; Ken
tucky Oolf association, 86S, 730; Wtscon
aln. SOS, 6$0; Intercollegiate, 833, CS9.
To Start Monday.
The fifteenth annual amateur cham
pionship tournament ot the Western Golf
association wilt start early Monday with
137 players entered.
There are no entries from the Pitts
burgh district and the absence of such
players as W. C. Fownee, jr.j Eben
Dyers and George Ormlston Is regretted
by the committee. Harold "Weber, the
leading player of Ohio, would have been
a contestant but he has not returned
from England, where he competed In
the British amateur championship.
Harry Legg ot Minneapolis, one ot the
bet players in the middle west, also will
bo an absentee, hla trip to the Taclflc
coast wth the middle west golf team hav
ing used up hla vacation time. Arthur
Btlckney ot Bt Louis, Tmnsmlsetsslppl
champion, will not compete because of
the recent death ot hla father. As an off
set ' to some ot the missing men E. S.
Armstrong, one ot the leading players ot
southern California, will play. Several
California na competed at Denver lost
Crooked Little Legs
May be straightened with, cor
rect orthopedic appliances.
Expert work is aboatntrfj- naxtmarj.
Tk W. Q. deycland Co.
Surgical obd InvalU SappKes
I410-ia Harney St.
"Bay jrotzr surgical rapolics
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nrasun :1or -using a cnsciUh 3u3
"vmtihoaun oartljght iram ararrirrdi 5n catttsrc3
nfi for fishing, Jiunt.
iiot.- KeaiiC'lumd ibsm, to your fcucticts, scad carHaon
your people aaawxGrypy, tbercby grcsily ftjDtng
AnlmiiHsr-IJiiecli, Si Xotus.
-o dortiOTi nam
year, but this Is the first tune a' leading.
coast player has "appeared In 'a Chicago,
"Who Strongest Players Are.
Among the strongest' players from out
side of Chicago are: Henry Hoytnirn' ot
Louisville; Howard Lee ot Detroit for
mer Michigan champion; E. P. Kills II.,
champion of Wisconsin; Bev. Paul It
Talbot ot Jefferson City, Mo., and Ray
mond Thome, champion ot Missouri.
Champion Kvana Is favorite of the Chi
cago players. Warren IC Wood, who Is
playing over his home course, is a close
second. Mason Phelps, winner of the title
in 1908 and 1810. will be a strong contender.
Faul Hunter of Midlothian and Robert A.
Gardner, national champion In 1900, are
eald to be short of practice, but hoth are
certain to qualify. Play on the first day
will consist of an cighteen-hole round, the
lowest sixty-four scores qualifying for
the . second round on Tuesday morning.
The first match roundi will be staged on
Tuesday afternoon. The Homewood
course la 6.045 yards, par 75.
M2fot an Experiment,"
"Bend for Dally Xaxket Xtter."
Cha O rl rlnal "Alwars Open' Theates
ggxzgjZr All Summer
rerfeot Vrojectlon of
tnctuxea Changed Daily I My Seat
Soon to' XX V. X&
mi a Time
BRANDEIS THEATER I
Cool.fl bv ZomI Air. Toolalit All 1
Week, SCatinees Wed. and Saturday.
Zn Balasco's Oreat may
Fries: 39a and Boo.
Xrext Week, "TSCU DACKITLOB.'
Phone DougUs 1X55.
ahimyonr phy virion fcm h't"
Hie sun or
Free .Concerts by
iFriRcetco CreaJore's Famous
The Greatest Organized Band
of Its Kind in the World
EVEIty AFTERNOON AND
At 2:30, 4:30, 8:15 and 10 P. M.
The Seats Are Now Free
You'll Miss a Treat If You Fail td,
See Uus Eccentric Band Leader
and Hear Hla Famous and
Bathing Now at Its Best
New Bath House and Fine Beach,
ROLLER SKATING. ROLLER
COASTER, ETC. '
Admission to Park Free
It's Oool at Manawa.
OMAHA vs. ST. JOSEPH
Monday, July 21, Ladles' Day
Cars Leave 16th and Parnam 2:45.
dames Called 3 P. M.
ROME SUMMER GARDEN
Entertainers & Photo Play3
Dine Out Doors
ORCHESTRA EVERY EVENING
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
THE BEST FARM PERIODICAL
xtriTS fEitnrroiiY is the
graving put on hla knife.
vote waa su to zh.
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