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THE . OMAHA SUNDAY BKE : FKOKU Alt V 21, liH).
Mr. Jack Does Not Believe in Feathers
Drawn for The Bee By J. Swinnerton
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X I AMSweJ' X wnj.CT f - ( COM., l errs Gq
. ,,. , ... . I LOVE "Ts MAVt ONp St I I .-V n H I . rWHAPDA flli A V Ws C'wl TO 1 . . I f
iirt r i v& i rL i i a r jsrsi mjw a .a . -aABsasi 1 1 g
RED GROSS DOGS BIG HELP
Kany Wounded Soldier Hm
Trained Canine to Thank for
Ee.ir.jj Found, t.
autsiais ate well tbatijed
(Orwnnn'I'-Ti'-e nf Th Aoiat4 Fr.)
AIX-UV-rilArnCL!W7. Frb. )8.-Th
mort t th German Re4 Crosi 4rprt
mmt show that fur, aftr Hourly four
month of -rfs.r, not a alnda woinloI
fild rrhMt "Red Cro" Ir." An
rult nf thin1 Jh term "msn'i bfit
friend," which I eftn applied to do!,
"h real alirnlfteam' to th Oerman
olfller tvliy. Many ft wotinflnd aolfllcr,
Frent-fi, 0rmftn and BnnlliiH Alike, hnn
to thank ona cf thfe do- for tha
7.rrrv!tnn of hla life. Hind It not hcen
that thn don h4 found him a.nd aum
monp anHlutanre he miKht hve perished.
It ?ia been ahown that all breed of
dor may b trained for thla Bervlca.
1hn ni!i.1or!ty etnrloyed hy tho'Oennan
Jle Cro ra Robermanns, jertsn
hipherda. Rottweiler, And Alrnflala ter
Hf-r. Thfro are repre!?7itatlveB of otlier
ranine, famlllci. however, end not a few
woutd-ha elaased a "cura." In fact aoms
of th mined breii hava dlatlnsiil'hed
thriitio!ye for tha1 rnt'ldity with whlrh
thry hav Seamei thrir buslnraa. A
breed known In Hetphtm th "polira
dux' hu 1ho dona well.
Many Red Croa do? had been trsltisd
by tha Ger'tisvn, army before tha war
broke out Jn thla eaa troinloK had
stftrfed when tha animal was about
Hionlh oid. . For about tn month after
tho do j has been taken In hand h la
tatiKht no mora than to obey hla mate
lir)pllctjy. After that hla. 'profeaMlotiitl''
education fcegfna. Sinra tha outbreak of
tha nr It h hen nereaaamr to train
dosa In a tshorn-r jperlod. and In many
t'naea tlita hna been dono with tha aid of'
another dof, who in Addition to being An
r xjrt Red Cjo worker had alao the.
duality ef not belitK mislead! by hi no
Iirentce. When A dr,g la trained In thla
inenner h ! pMred wllh a veteran and
eoon berlna to tinderatand. what I e
pf'otfd of hhn. NevertlM-leaa tha achoot
ii rof the animal rermlres mmh attention
on Ihi mrt of the mnxter.
Uo Ara Walt 'I'm I ncil.
The dog r trnititd in'l'r a ayatem
in vhli h ratl,'tice m kind tieMment ra
tha prliii'M'al elemenis. AKahi ai;d aK!n
the niist"r of tha rtoa; will tnk tho atil-.
inn! to A man who tlmulatcs bl;ig
wounded, or who, nowadaya Actually Sa
M'hi-ther cr not the ecent helj- tin ani-
tohI to find tha wounded Is an unanawpred
Mueatlon. H la hi-livr'd that aurh ta the
'. but in ti-aln!:i tha dolt thla I not
t '''! into ronrltfrration. The 'dog la
tAiitrr.t to scan h tha field by Ume tins
ev-iy hush ti flltr-h.
Tha i ra brought on the ground by
a tr.an frnt tha Uc.i Cro. nu-tmt,yt vh.
bb a HjIo, he from two to four of them
on Inh. W hen tha man nonaldora th
field aafa foe tha . iii-t 1htn
looaa Willi an AHTopriata rnnimand, and
thrn attends to atli wounded aa ha tan
After a whiia tha doira return to re
t:t. Tha inafirier In which the anhtiala
do this depeud ujion thi-ir own traits.
ha far it baa bat-n found ver diffku'.t
to keep th Ioa from barkinir when be
h found a wounded man and instead
' tea. h A iin! that would Indicate that by
bad found one. Thl la hardly needed.
A a the dog a USi.lt La
"'t fo.tr.i ft Wfi'.'jvJci laaji return to hla '
2.trr with a Abuntcidrg stt ,,d ihovi J B i
Citrus Fruit Brothers Going East to Fight
TOLEDO. 0., Feb. a.-':Th cltru fruit
brother" I what Lamon Kegg end
Ofansa Kapc, featherVelghta, hav been
dubbed by'faeetlou Toledo fight fan.
In order to jtet Away frosn th olloua
"lmon, that brother 1 ftghtln under
the nom da aruerr Roger O'MaJley,
Oranita, howevor, hat not fought often
enough tit find It necesaary to take
nlcknAme, but ha I coming fa at. O'MaJ
ley has knocked out twenty-flv man In
forty-seven flghta and ha loit only
thrae dacialon ' AffAlrA. Ha fight Coo
Stewart nest, and If he defeata him, will
be matched with Tommy K 11 bane.
HARD TO GEMO BOUNDED'
Ambulance Work on European Bat
tlefield Now Carried on at -",
Danger to Workers.
LAY FOB DAY3 USATTENXII)
YAI.IADA AFTER 1MATCII WITH WILLIE 330PPE
Following his defeat of George Sutton by tha score of 200
to 71, Koji Yamada, the Japanese' cae adept, is after an
engagement with Willie Hoppe of New York. - .
URG THE KNIFE FOR SNORES
' aj m. s nu '
Society of Women t derake
, Boat tttf War Drama of .
PLAN BIG MEET FOR OMAHA
(Continued' from F One.)'
country trip from coajt to coaat la very
hard on men trained to A flua tdire nl
a stopover here would ba highly bona
flolal, JKae Veluh aypeota replies from
tha other club soon.
ti Kiretit In Ak-fr-fie n.
Aa tha events In Frlro will bo beldj In
th fall, it la believed tho tourney could
ba held bare durtna Ak-Far-l!en And
prove a big drawing rard. Trark event
In thl part of th country tr not takeft
as seriously a In tho eaat, where hun
dred compete nd thousand attend to
look on, but Mao Velgh firmly believe
tha men from th aaatern club, men
who have made national and even Inter
national reputation, would be bi At
traction n Omaha.
Ail of the vaatern twain will pus
through Omaha, and they win undoubt
edly b glad to drop off here for a day
or two. Th Triple A, while only a few
week oid. i croAtine c-onlderbl fit A
cnat!on araonit Athletic OisikIi. and It
thoy puil off the' biff met In the fail
tha nam of tha Amateur Athletic Asmo
c'Etion cf Orr.tt.a wr.l U put tit.u ,
tha Uat of the Amateur Atliletia union
as on of tha bl athletic eiub of th
B. RdwArd Defenta e'allerton.
tT. rinv.'Arin, xb., fu. ticiai
Hi. hdward JliKh aohool five dtftted
the Ftiller'oit High mhivl hera lat
night, J.i to n. Kullerton outweighed
tue M. Udwania. but tha Si, Kdwarda
up for that by fast pleytr;jr and
bulnj abla to find the baakrta.
SHOOT FOR' COMBS TROPHY
(Continued from I'age One.)
Ably twenty-tiv of tha local trapatioot
Ine fraternity will compete.
Seventeen roglatered shoots wii be held
In Nebraska this y oar. . They re as fol
io w: - ..v,, ,
David City. RlArch SO. ' ' . -
I'ianle, April C ' '
h xetar, April IB. '
Morea Uluff, April K).
Iiiip City, April 27. 1 ,
foliimbua, April ?t, SO.
Omnha, May 11, 12
Sheltnn, Miy 1. 17.
North" riatte. Mny 18, 18 Hi.
HooMr, Juno lu, W. '
fccoU'a liluff, July T.
lioldreKa. AuKunt 18 or 36, ,
Alnaley, Autui.t XI.
Onmha, Keptemhor 11, 14.
J'railftsaw, ilitober 8.
t.llbert Shoot In Marok.
Tha Omaha Gun club will hold Ita Fred
Cllbert shoot March 13 to 20, tho dato aet
for tha event Gun clubs all over tha
land wlil bold shoot between tho dates
In bonor of the fainouu professional, who
has spent a score of year In the gama.
- Hebron AVI a a rioae Game.,
trrcrmON. Neb.. Feb. (geclai.
Hebron won a cloa same from York,
In the firat half tha Boor atood T to 4
in York's fV.'ur. bit In the lent iielf
liel-mn whipped up, the tocore twins- l
to Kl In Hebron' favor. The Unfa for
Hebron wera H, bailey and H. A ilnon.
Hyatt ta tlapwy
Ham Hyatt Isn't lln( to Quit baaa ball
after all. He hna aUned bis contract with
the Ht. IxmiI 'artlnala, and in renilttinj
the document failed to my Aoythlixt to
tiHUcate that ha was tired of th big show.
(rdrreapondcnra of Th Aaaociated Freea)
FAJUS, Feb. IS-Sincs hostilities Battle-!
dowo to a 'atega along1 tha river And
canals of the north, th Avaraga number
of casualties per day aaem . to have
leaanned, . But tha work of tlx Alnbulttnoa
Ueprtment la All ' tha mora haxardoua,
Men who fell lit pitched battla wars often
loat In conoealod plocca, but what la
woraa now I thai they often ire In plain
Ight obliged' to wiait for hour, some
times for day, beore. It, i poaslblo for
their eomiAde te pick them up. It ta
often too lata.' . " '
When a man I wounded In tha tranche
h I able to gat back to the field hoapltaj
If he can walk. If not h must wait untij
night becausa lha trenches are aw narrow
that tha tretcher baarer cannot carry
a wounded m,asi through them; ha must b
lifted out and carried back Above ground.
When a charga ta mad between th
line of tranche And prove to ba un
iinceHful, tha wounded of course must
ba left; In too many oaae they at
ActuAlly aacrlficed And" their ecmroda
obliged to thee; tying h'alplaaely b
twetn two fire- Sometime they ae
them raise a had And occasionally they
hear their daspalrlng cries, but to Attempt
to sava tham Is out of tha question.
Caves hav bean reported In which men
charging against barbed-wlr defense and
wounded in tha Attempt hava been loft
for day har.glo.g in tha tan (tied wirei.
Rpllet Wart ta Katrd. V " :
Th cliaplain of a French regiment, de
scribing th work of tha Arribulanoa corpa
After A great battle, says:
"We had a Ions evening tour to roaka
as wo were obliged to visit th advanoo
pouts of Roselieraa, KamenoovlU and
OarbVtllerA. Without lanUmB, tn order
not. to betray our position, wa advanced
"j silently over road gaahed by ahells nd
deeply gutted by heavy artillery. From
the hill top w saw a ruddy glow from
burning village .
"Hera an there were flashes of light,
followed by th explosion of shells. And
through th ky veritable furrow of fir.
It wa Alt that revealed tha sinister pres
ence of hostile armies. The silence was
Impressive At tlmea; cut only by tha caw
ing of crow and the report of Artillery.
"We found Roselieres deserted, ruined;
nly A few house UU standing And they
wra burning. Re-nenonville wa unrecog
nisable. "W fov.d thirty wounded, but
w could tak only ten of the worst.
"The road to GerbvlUera. bordered by
tall poplar, run Along the Prussian line;
in daylight w should bar been wiped
Out ' -
"It wa nearly midnight when wa
reached tha entrance ta tho wlllaga tha
theater ef dasdly conflict for ten day a
"The little, hospital there eemed y
lum In hall; Alon It stood In tho midst
of the collspsed town, aaved thanks to the
i roenco of wounded German. Built to
Accommodate thirty. It sheltered 130 And
rkd wllh lha odor of blood, powder and
drugs; wa could take only thirty cf th
most serious case. Tha tAk of sorting
them out wa heartrending, they were All
In auch sor need. As wa started out tha
shells, began to fall Again thick and fast
Ail Around u And between th roaring
cranhcs wa heard th groan and suppli
cation of th wounded in th ambulanoes
behind;, one crying constantly for
mother. .' '.,
DUANE ARNOLD SUCCEEDS
T. B. COLEMAN AS O1RECT0R
Duan Arnold has been chosen member
of th board of director of the Omaha
Manufacturara' association In place of T.
B. Coleman, resigned. The first general
meeting of the association under tha new
office ra recently elected 1 to be held
next Friday at the Commercial club
rooma. - - .
ht-r rxc-u nn nt nor l at-mena to U-ave I
s-!'n' Action ! different when his
er. h has bepn sur,vaf.i. in tliatt ctse
ti e .tog generally 'cuim-. trlng acrow
tha ;),!, rircic about hla matter and
"' and forth in the dirw-tton of
t J (J g M K
tf ..a. m . . . - -
W-- 'm "I kMMMIrw
mtmrnia ti crw'va
, 9m et
i'ert i!isn has been fj',iiid.
in then follow the !, .
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It i-rim t': .,!J
i'ha J;it roa tr.
s th woun.
"ie ATrsf.remvr.ts fr I.M
mi t-.':i t,fe !). station .r mbiiii,nca
v i , . .. ...
..... ,n i. v. kiimioj on'ii'uii ann tun i
t,) avarrhed mU, r.v when tiiA
1 .is; of the ruwuy ar aU to wnr, th
t-'ioes man kwia cue cf foS .J...t,. on
it iu-ss ds;4 t ii i Lr Ui tlrlti kt this
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? -t r.d tif an game cf tn-Kft h.-i'.l t'.rand
I . iif I ! l-f.- it',-l tl K Col!f"ife.
: '. l-meey ' Crnnd Iit'and sjnd
!;rn'!i f York ntHrrt'd.
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t: '. -,-v. 1 . i u a:. 1 i't ntrel ( i! .. t!j i:..t
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NDERFUL CLOCK FACE
The recent strong pronouncement af a
niAtrons' . society aalnat the habit of
snoring come as a grateful -nd refreih
lng divarslon from thA nil topic, Th
matrona. It seems, regret the waf, but
being un Able to top It, they take occa
sion to speak plainly ok matters closer
to their own firesides. Wllh more of rw
gret than resentment th matrons deplore
tha spread of tha habit of anoring, And
u greet th at tha majority of cases mar
ba easily And permanently relieved by a
simple And Almost palnleea surgical oper
Atlon. A discussion of tha subject At a
recent session of tha matron brought
out tha interesting statement that inert
than W per cant of tho loudest snorer
Are married man. .
Tha aoclety concluded that th subject
was Important enough to ba worthy of
special resolutions, and these wer
Adopted for the purpose of directing gen
aral Attention to the curative possibilities,
ThA .Information i given that tha ma
jority of AggravAted And AggrAvatlng
oae arise from fungusllk growth 14
th nual pAssaga, and that excision, "
of tha growths bring Immediate relief.
both to tha natlent and to tha members
of hli fAmtiy who Are required to Aleep
under th same roof with him. Indeed,
family Inharmony and dementia Inocma
patibiirty htv In many cases dlap
paArad antlraly with the cessation of th
snoring habit. Indicating that greAt trou
blea may aometlme art from inalgnlf
Icsnt cause. . ' . ' .
Th recommendation of the1 society I
therefor to delete th snore by axclslos)
of th . cause. And In the few cases In
whio)t the cause lie deeper than th nose.
th aoclety recommend that th aiiuo
tton ba suffered with whatever degree ef
patlenee And resignation may ba possible.
Tha campaign launched by these ptao
tloal women will ba followed with Inter
est by a waiting world, long held In tha
chains of eervrtuda to tha snore. Seattle
Fost-IntelHgoncer. ' ' ,
AIM AT BUTTONS A MILE AWAY
Army Officer Ainnaed by Heporta
of "Wonder fal Mnrkimanahlp
.. .Abroad, '
flarronnd tb ladlrer f
Assembled. Above tha facade clock of
th Grand Central station in New Tork
City la atone group, which, to tha speo
tAtor on the sidewalk below who glances
up to note the time, must seem little
more titan Mfe-else, b,ut which neverthe
less weigh something like 1.S00 tons. That
spectator will find U difficult to realise J
that th height of tha central figure Is
twenty-eight feet ai dthafnhe diameter
Of tha clock Itself la thirteen feet.
But. while tha colossal proportion of
tha group may ba loat upon him because
of th .raster dimension ef th building
upon which It ta mounted, tt singular
beauty, symbolising tha purpose of tha
Grand Central station, must surely make
It appeAl. ThA station ts a modern gAte
way to a modern city, like tha gat,
way af old,, cut In. tha wall or fortifica
tion a ef a city, It seem fitting that it
should b topped by a group which visu
al i sea tha purpose of th structure which
It Adorn. Th Grar.d Central terminal
Is a commercial building, a portal through
which multitude pass to and from tha
busiest commercial city In the western
hemisphere. Hence,) It wa decided by
Messrs. Warren atsd' Wetrnore, tha Archi
tects, that th architectural composition
of the elation should 'oonaUt of the
great portals crowned by a sculptural
group, th whoia to aland A a monument
to th glory of commerce as typified by
ileroury, reinforced by physical and
moral energy In tha poraons of Hercules
Tha tak of carrying out thl Hea was
eatrnirted to Jules Cootan. who is A mem
ber f tha French institute And who is
onefaiem4 by boast tha graataat. deoora
tva actttnr ft er tima, that is, tn wort
whore tha human fUrur ts to ry An
empottaoA (tart ta A puh'lo BKHiiooant.
After Couta ha4 ocrmplcted hi pcwUia
lnary work, tha gToup waa executed In
ston In this country in about six wonts.
This eatraordittary rapidity waa attained
largely because pneumatic chisls were
uaed by the wcwimea. and because the
plant In which tha group was sculptured
waa furnUiied with every modern me
chanical convenience. Cndar ordinary
condition It would prufcuOJy hava takes
about t'.fcii.tn artauths to CfiiaB, th
Hew well If. Coutaa has Hvad wo to his
tlri r!iuU'u t siareat from the
skillful haoiiiinaT ot tba eaUre saaaa A
a docorativa nwtlf. Th dock and th
human figures above It blood together
(K a harmonious ensexuUe whkh is rarely
Attained in Ameiliaa tnouvuaeaU-ocl-entlflo
Army officers In Washington are
chuckling over soma of the thrilling ato'
rle being sent out by war correspond
ent abroad, who are at or near the '
front. One -of tha best, according to
gossip, wa told of troop aiming rifles .
At the enemy a mile distant. And using;
the buttons of the coats of the enemy's
troopers, fcr -, t '
An Interesting statement of target dis
tances In actual WArfare, compiled froro
datA of Army experiments, Is as fol
lows: All part of a man's body can ba
distinctly seen at 100 yards, including;
ths general lines of his face, slight move
ments of th body. snd tha minutest de
tail of uniform, At M0 yards the outline
of the face become confused, and rowa
of buttons took Ilka stripe. At DUO ysrda
tha button ar invisible. At 409 yards
tha faces ar plnhead dot, and move
ment at arm and legs are still visible.
At 609 yards all detail disappear, ala
though with clear light ths flies may
ba counted, At 109 yard tha men cannot
be counted, and Individual movements
become Indistinguishable. At 1,000 yards
a line of man raaamblea a broad lln.-
Kansas City Btar,
ytallef tram Aeatte Rhesimattam.
John Jf. Qronx. Winchester, N.
wrttaet "I uffr from scute F.heumAtisra
and eksaai's L4aimnt always helps
qulokly, giQ. AU druggists. Advertise. '
ITarlow N. HUrxtnbotham, who wa I
precldent of the World's Columbia -'
position In lffcl, arose from a sick bad
at Chk-aKO to tateitraph his good wisbea
to Charles C. Moore, president of tha Fan '
ama-Facific eJiaudUon at ran Franc tco,
wiilcti rtena Ita door tv"dav.
Qt uinixrttat help tbroui The liaa.
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