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Bringing Up Father
Copyright H tnternstto.iai
CO AMD HAVE THE
NEW MMD BRUSH
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
JO I 1 OM' APF I i.T. I I I fMl IT I I ' "J -LI. I I THROW Nr- rx..- I 111 WANT MP PmTucJ f I
3V O L FJri!?! 1 4 , SURE' BEEM APPOINTED
SOME YOULD STAGE
Norfolk, Fremont and Lincoln All
Kesdy to Pat on Boat Ordered
Stopped in Omaha.
STECHEB GOES TO CHICAGO
FRFMONT. Neb.. Mmth 81-tHpeclsl.)
-Fremont, Norfolk . snd Lincoln have
made offers for the holding of the
Ftecher-Weetergaard wrestling mstch,
which the Omaha pollen would not per
mit In that rHy. In alt of these cltlr
Herher very popular and Indignation
at the action of th Omaha police runs
lilgh. It Is granted the attendance at
the match In any of these cl(le would
rot be aa big a at Omaha, )'et tt 1
felt that the gate would be a large one.
Many wrestling fani appeared In Fre
mont Tuesday to go to the match and
were much disappointed to learn of the
turn of ef fairs. Many held ticket for
the -vent and had not tirard of (Thief
A. boycott of Omaha business houses
lias been suggested by aome of the espe
cially Indignant Steelier aupportera. The
sentiment seems to be that Omaha
porta, who have lout money on Htecher
In previous bouts, ore perniciously knock
Inj the Nebraska phonom and Intend to
hurt hi Intrstiiy. ,
teratr Harm to Chicago.
rftechcr will wieatle In Chicago Flrady
.nd ' Saturday nights. Joe Is to tackle
Jimmy fon, Friday nlaht. Ster.her In
tends to challenge Cherley Cutler ir any-tti-r
wrestler in' the world at Chicago
and has IZ.Ct to back his, challen;". Who
tcilier will wrestle Saturday nlht has
pet Wen decided. It will. bo at stock
jarta show and Joe Is willing- te- meet
tny man they pit aialnst lilm.
A statement wsa published In tbo Chl
Kieo Herald of Wednesday morning, pur
porting to come from Chief lunn, In
which tii chief was credited ss raying
l.e had received authentic Information
that the match was prearranged with
AS ettergaard to lose. A return match
would then be arranged and "omelody
Would km sum luuaty on It." .
BelleTe Joe Would WU.
Wrestling fans wlio have seen both
ft-' her and Westergard are firm In
their belief Fteoher ran throw the Hweda
ny time or any place. In fact several
Oniiha mt followers, of prominence are
Vn;n to have offered to wager large
auo on Joe ability to heave Wester-
Ard to tha mat It is the unanimous
cpiuinn about town that If there was any
tramlng Mecher was Ipnorant of It. The
n-f-neral fewllng In Omaha aa well s in
the pUie Is that htecher can beat Wesler
(anrd. Connolly. Husitane. Culler or any
olher man in th egame today.
No further details of the match are
-.'.! hie. sJthoiigh HouUi Omaba U being
coiihidcrwl. It Is thought aome arrange
ments will be made after gtecher'a
tnaichca la Chicago.
Millard Stock is
Rising at Havana;
Johnson is Heavier
MAVANA. March SL Arrangements
have Wrn completed for affording police
t.r..'.otlon fur the crowds during the
Jt'lm.tvWlllttrd figl'.t nvxt ilonday. The
raa track and lUvana atreets leading to
tsllons of the electric line to the track
' will l-a policed by a double force. In ad
daion regular troopa 111 he held In re
Ki'U near the track.
Tt. trolley iH,n,nv la arranging a fast
service from the "center of Havana and
tiom nearly towns.
rnitmeet In favor of Wltlard seetns to
la Increasing tapldly and l f fectlng the
betting; od)s. I'lenty of money Is atlll
lhg offered on Johnson, but at ahorter
od i. Quotations now are generally less
than 2 to I Wlilard backers are holding
iff in the hope of getting the former
j i iL of t to L
Ke;orta are being heard lth tnrreaa
li'l frequency that Johnson Is having
difficulty In putting on the final edge.
The drylng-out process U said to be ex
treintly difficult for him on acoqunt of
s-e and he finds It a constant strug
gle to deny tilinclf watfr. ,
It Is now evMeut that Johnson Will go
lnio the ring heavier than la any previ
ous fifcht probally at r or tt pouada.
Othtrsiiae he aplH-ar to be In fine c.n
iili n Nr crt ru-lt . doubt is expressed
cji'iie r'-iirull)- thst he can go more
than half of the foity-tive rounds. Ili
b..;'. chance sii'sis to be to beat doan
Viitvid during the flrt fifteen rounds.
A, ii.iird is likely to attempt a slow, hold
1' f iht cluih.R the early stages.
It Mill Hell Markarhe.
(''' hioan'n Kirtintenl to your back,
fe-fi 'ne almett instantly. Ion ( rub. it
j. :.. iutel. iW All tlriiKgiaf. Atlver-t.4-
jL'xa nis now; the H-ui
o . U The iW. AJiertie jr
an a a a al mmml -
Hlierlal Match. '
TAXTON & OALlAiMK.fl.
1st. 2d. 3I Tot.
Partly IT lia -147 317
H. Kwanson. M t IW 27
Ward 117 1ft 1M a
Ppratleii ..,.130 133 )' .Ttii
Itobertaon .. 73 153 I A il
Tots1. 4V7 i IV lf
Int. id. 3d Tot.
Daniel 1'ttt )! W art.'
Knltrht UK im 119
Ai Hwanson. t !. 110 320
Howell US p7 p4 3
Lawrence ..in ! 1U
Totnls 512 i'iH 5,0 1043
it. M. f.l Tot.
niatld IK1 n 1 )
lUbb 2H2 142 140 4K4
Horinger W 157 411
tlnsiwr I.'tt 144 101 375
McCoy 1S.1 im l'.3 475
Totnls Ka 7i !7 2C4S
H.M1TH H HTAHH
1st. 2d. Jd Tot.
Bmlth l.v m 1IH S74
Nlon W in; a 4IH
Haverock ...114 l: 1 J?.",
Psvage loii ill lfij H'lj
Zike 1.10 m Si:,
' Totals...... rt 4J 31 18B
iae flty l.eisse.
n I"'- 2d. !d. Tot.
O.Wllladsn.lM 110 17 4!i
llauntinan .lw) I'd 174 ' 7ii
iHioley 1H-H fT.I VH M4
"ifHlley Ml 1T4 P.K
M.WIlladHn.lM 1n0 163 4h7
HhivIIcsd .. W SH M 101
Totals...... ins vm asoe
Int. 2d. 8d. Tot.
ISirshntiBcllIt I" '-1
Coisoii ,...2IH ItH Ai2
l.lndejr ...i:f 141 141
Mtidley ....lirt 175 148
Koran :3 1st 243
f Zei p
-Totsls ...m 7H. ( 24&4
Int. t. M. Tot.
Khw 174 Ml 1iV M
Met 'aha ...174 HI 174 m
llotfniann..3i K5t V2 .v.3
liONey 170 J43 218 "Wit
Wiley 17S 178 167 M3
Totals ...003 792 SIO VMi
FLOR.-?lIElM HIOK fV.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot,
. V 170 ll
.1:0 v, iH'4r
.147 m YM 44
.174 143 VA 475
,lt 1 134 4T.2
Totals ....Ml 746 71 2t!18
KLOPP-R A RTLITTT.
1st. 2d. 3d.Tot.
Peterson ...1H lf.1 142 8!7
Redfleld ....11!4 lot 141 34
Anderson ..14 Kit 1(14 471
Totals ....374 447 431 1263
1st. Id. Jrl.Tot.
.1 ,!) 1W f
.128 IM lij 411
,.m 1H4 1k3 i-S
- Totals .
..614 474 474 142
Int. 2d. 3d. Tot.
A. Bowers.. a3 14 5 IM 538
fclple ..!! ISO 171 oil
14, ttowera.. m HA 1t &07
bland ltll ISO 178 IX
.224 212 2v 610
Totals N7 871 03 273
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
fotter 179 Hid 143 4!)
Lyons 2."v3 2:t V4 673
Straw JdO 14& 1H0 4T
Toman (. 213 li8 'M 079
" Totals. ..4. 1(03 f!4 f87 28)!
I'OWKI.l. BI-PI'I.Y ft).
' 1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
......1.V 2i 1KB R.O
1t,7 173. 178 Bit
IS 14 ir.K4,S
id r,8 173 rm
..241 1) 2-1
.. M 5S . W 118
Totnls. ..."39 Ri 976 2811
1 1:1, r.vxo?.'
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Dougherty .221 174 l W4
Rico ..1 193 173 1W
Hartley ....17 143 175 i
McCarthy ..170 I'd 1W SV)
Fanton ll 194 2:17 22
'. Totals.... 55 875 9S7 2784
lat.td. 31. Tflt.
Raiser ......2"3 1!i0 27 WW
Iarn 219 213 1H "0
F. Jorosh....l"2 m 17 V
Martin 2HI .' d
Ooff ........225 l: 16 5K7
Totals.... KjfB 10(17 900 2902
. lt. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Teal 2"0 2"-4 185 V
V 213 171 rK2
l.uesiler .-...17 '1K3 177 r.M
Kebm 1 131 2" 194 5-'7
Cochran ....198 1X9 237 24
Handicap .. 29 29 29 87
Totals. . . .932 1020 , 13 2945
Detroit Tigers Beat
. New Orleans Club
JACKSON, itlss., Mirch 1.-Th De
troit Americans defeated the Now Or
leans' Hottthein association club, t to
1, here toils y. Neither Cobb nor Craw
ford obtained a hit. Score: R.H.R
Detroit S 4 3
New Orleans 17 3
ilnlterice: lioehler, Ledbetter and
Maimue; Nfw Orleans, , llovllk, Still til
and Knaupp, Debcrry.
lve Itrinlar Dowel MoveMent.
Take Dr. Kings New Life rills and
have a dally eey movement of the bow
els. Cure constipation. Only 25c. All drug
tindersro aome needed Improvements and
It I the Intention of the new owner to
have everything; In readiness for the cir
cuit race to be held June 22, .23 and 24. -
WESTERN LEAGUE SCHEDULE
President 'O'Neill Announce! that
Season Opens April 23 with
, ' Omaha at St Joseph. v
OMAHA HOME TWO HOLIDAYS
CHICAGO. March 81.-Presldent N. I
("Tip ") O'Neill of the, Western league an
nounced today the opening and holiday
dates of the Western league schedule.
Friday, April 23. Is set for the opening
of the league season. The opening games
will be played by Denver at Lincoln,
Topekat at Wichita, Omaha' at St. Jo
seph and Dea Moines at 6ioux City.
The schedule for holiday games follows:
Decoration day. May 30: Lincoln at
Denver. Wichita at St. Joseph, Topeka
at Dos Moiiles and Omaha at Sioux City.
July 4": Topeka at Denver, Lincoln at
Wichita, Sioux City at Dea Moinea and
Ft. Joaeph at Omnha.
Labor day, September : Wichita at
Topeka. Des Moinea at Sioux City, ' St.
Joseph at Omaha and Lincoln at Denver.
The complete playing- schedule will be
announced later, v '
Many of these animals are for foreign
shipment. For the last twenty-five
yeart from two to four car of horses
and mules have been shipped out of this
place every three weeks. '
Lose to Boston Braves
MACON. Ga., . March a.Tha Boston
(Nationals defeated the Cleveland Ameri
can association team hero today, S to 0,
Ccoro: , . . R.H.E.
lloston. '.. ..;...,.
Ratterlen: Ronton, ' Strand, Luoue and
Oowdy, Whnllnft: Cleveland, Dilllnger,
Carter and Bassaler. .
1loraea Phtpitert from Falla City.
FALL3 CITY, Neb., March SLHSpa
e'al.) The aum of Sll.AOO was paid out by
a horse buyer at this place Saturday.
Ask Navy Off icers
to Look After Son
To be guardians of you tile, in addition
to being; recruiting officers, ta the latest
activity thrust- upon Lieutenant Thomas
M. Tipton, Chief Petty Officer John W,
High and the other officers of the local
navy recruiting station. -
Timothy Cavanaueh came In from a
small town 'out' in' the state, intending;
to join the 'navy. Before, he did so. he
is said to havo fallen In with bad com
panions and been led astray. When "he
went back homo and encountered' the dis
appointment of hia ' fond mother, Tim
again started out to enlist In the navy.
To further his intention, his mother
asked the recruiting; officers over the
long distance wire, ."To please Idols out
for Tim and don't : let him get I into
CASE AGAINST GERMAN
CONSUL TO BE DROPPED
SEATTLE. Wash., March 81. It was
announced here today that th prosecu
tion of Dr. WHhelm ' Mueller, German
consul at Seattle, and B Max Schuls, hi
ecretary, charged with conspiracy to
bribe an employ of the Seattle Con
struction and Dry Dock company to re
veal secrets of hi employer' business,
would be dropped within a few day. .
The State department-at Washington
desire that the prosecution, , under a
state law, be discontinued. . . , ,
Apartments, flats. Houses and cottage
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Bee 'Tor Rent" Ad.
QUEEN CITY PARK
BKATI1ICE. Neli.. March 81,-(Hie lal.)
Thirty stockholders of the Queen City
Park company, which purchased the
driving rk of JI. V. Riesen. formally
organised the now company Tuesday
evening by electing the following direc
tors: R. R. Kyd. W. W. Beott, T. K.
Kimball. J. 8 Elliott, !. D. Kllpatrlck.
The directors held a meeting and elected
tlK-so officers: President, R. R. Kyd;
vice preetdont. W. W. Scott; ecretary
treasuier, J. t. Klllotl. The park la to
Suffer Yaih . 1
Can Be Relied
Ton can atep Into almost any drug
store In the V. S. and get a buttle of
S. 8. ths famous blood purifier. Ho
there is no need to atruggl or suffur
with any blood disorder. It doesn't
make any difference how sever Is the
outbreak. S. a. H. will overcome it.
Vhls famous remedy gets into your
blood at once; tt works with a will, it
just simply annihilates disease geriris,
It drives (hem out. converts them into
a harmless substance for quick elim
ination. Oet a bottle today and you
will quickly realise that ft. S. RMs just
as essential to blood health aa are the
meats, futa, grains and auger of our
daily food. And If your is a stubborn
rase, writ at once to the Medical Ad
viser. Th Bwlft fcpaclno Co. Ill Swift
bid, Atlanta. (1. lie wlil put you
run i This department has been of
incalculable service to a- boat of men
and women. It ha enabled tbens to
Vrnlerstand their true condition, to take
cars of tbemaelvea In tbe rtaht way.
to so use 14. S. H. In conjumyioa with
health hrliia.as.to obtain th desired
rea.ilia without mistakes. Do not
accept ar:y of the horde of substitute j
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all, from a singer's standpoint, Tux
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The lion-irritating Quality of
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TtlZ AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
To Tell What is Paid
, Blacks on Sleepers
CHICAGO. March 31. Robert T. Lin
coln, son of Abraham- Lincoln, the
emancipator of the American negro slave.
Is to appear next Monday, It was an
nounced today, to tell the federal com
mission on Industrial relation, under what
conditions the thousands of negroes em
ployed by the Pullman company work.
Mr. Lincoln Is chairman of the board
of directors of the company.
' The commission desires to discuss with
him the question of salaries paid the
porters, the relations of these salaries to
the custom of tipping;, and 'the likelihood
of the tips having a debasing effect on
the' negroes. "
HAVE MENTdRS ENOUGH
Columbus to Pay
. Forfeit Money
' HASTINH3Q. Neb., March Sl.-fSpec!al
Telegram. ) Columbus having; promised
to . deposit Its forfeit Sy Friday night.
President Miles this afternoon called off
the meeting of the State league arranged
for Friday, afternoon.
MADISON. Wis., March M. There Is an
average of one professor or Instructor to
each seven students In the University of
Wisconsin, according to the report of the
state university survey, compiled by Dr.
William H. Allen of New Tork and flle
with the state board of public affairs.
.The report charges extravagance an
criticises the regents as unable to learn
from the faculty the needs of the in
stitution. In many, cases, the report as
serts, there are classes of less than ten
students, while the report names classe.t
of five, font1, three and even one person
each. A case Is alleged of a class of one
having as its Instructor a fl,50O, salaried
educator who has no other class.'
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less nights, and raw, inflamed throat lead .
to a run-down condition In which the
child Is not able to resist contagious or
Infectious diseases. .Foley's Honey and
Tar Is truly healins; and prompt In action.
It relieves coughs, colds,- croup : and
whooping cough. 8ol4 everywhere.
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