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Bringing Up Father
Copyright. ISl'i. International
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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RODRKES TO PLAY
THE LINKS TODAY
to Capital City to Battle the
: We item League Team at
' that Point .
TLKY HEEX END OF THE WEEK
Today Marty Krux pllnta him rarro of
illva a took to the welt known capital city
to lick tha anots off of th lowljr Unlta
who abldo there. Krug ftg-urea on trlm
iBlng the Llnka twlea, today and tomor
row, la their home V II Intra Juat to ahow
tha popular the aupeiiorlty of Omaha,
avar Uncoln. Marty ham th right Idea.
Following tha administration of defeata at
ILincoln tha two teama will coma to
Omaha to resume host lilt lea In thla city
Saturday and Sunday. Friday will be an
Teaterday waa a ahort day for tha ath
letea. Marty put hla men through a light
practice during the noon hour when the
pun waa hlgheat, leaat warm . and the
(wind waa coldeat The hired handa, who
Lra not yet hired, huddled up under the
oorth fence and did the beat they could
So prove that they are bubbling over with
cp, but the exhibition waa rather aad
ui eve an athlete flnda It difficult to
ibe happy and gay when peralstent and
jchlUy winda breeze up and down hla
The rain of Tueaday dawn put the btlnk
km the Infield for practice purpoaea ao
jOroundkeeper Stoddard put hla garden
Itoola Into play. Stoddard haa' a bunch
(f toola which look like a veterinary aur
eon'a outfit and he f ueaed and fumed
jaround until be bad the diamond looking
like a European war trench. He will
continue to manicure the aod today and
tomorrow ao that everything will be In
Ewell eondlnh for the Lincoln combat
turday and Sunday. -Tom
Blodgett almoit ruined thtnga for
jStoddard by Instating on chaalng balls
kround the Infield. Every time an athlete
busted the pill Into that territory front
the fence Tom went after It, much to the
fllsgust of the aald Mr. Stowward.
Ralph Wlllla waa the chosen child yea-
(erday. He waa excused from practice
a he worked against St Paul Monday
and trimmed the men from the north.
(Whenever a pitcher Hike an adversary he
Is given a holiday the next day as the
fruit of victory. Thus It can be aeen
avhy pitchers like to win.
Seats for Wrestling
; Go on Sale Saturday
j Beats for the Jce Stecher-Pat Connolly
(wrestling match at the Council Bluffs
Uuditorlum. April l will go on sale
Saturday morning. The aeata ran be
procured la Omaha from Dan Gaines at the
Merchants hotel and In Council Uluffs
)from Clark's diug store. Beats may now
lie reserved by mall et either one of these
tttacea. Arrangements are now under
(way for a special train the day of the
naccn rrum iioage counir. ine train win
run to Omaha.
Standing of Teams
P. W. Ii. Pet
Newark a 2 3
hlso' t J
Brooklyn I 1
Kansas City 4 I
Pittsburgh 1 A
ft. Iiule 2 11
Baltimore 0 I .W
fit. I .on Is. i; Kansas Illy, 0.
Newark, S; Baltimore, 1.
Buffalo. 5; Brooklyn, 4.
Pittsburgh, 6; Chicago, 1
Federal Tsaue-Pt. Louis at Kansas
City. Buffalo at Baltimore, Newark at
American League Ch lea art at St. Tiuls,
Cleveland at Letrolt. New York at Wash
ington, Boston at Philadelphia.
National league Fhiiadeipnia at noa-
ton. Brooklyn at New York, Pittsburgh
t Cincinnati, St. Louis at Chicago.
New York Giants
Defeat Yale Twice
NEW TORK. April 11-The New York
National league club defeated the Yale
university base ball team In two seven
Inning gamea at the Polo grounds here
today, 1 to 1 and to 0. It was tha
Giants' firat appearance on the home
I round a this year. Cold weather cut the
The National leaguers had to play their
best to win the first game, Pitcher Way
of Yale holding them to five hits. In the
second game the Olante put In their sec
ond team and Yale also used substitutes.
Welsh Says Johnson
Done in the Eighth
PAN FRANCISCO. April It-Jack
Welsh, who refereed the Johnaon-Wlllard
fight at Havana April (. when Wlllard
won the world's heavyweight champion
ship, said today upon his return to San
Franrtaoo that Wlllard could have won
the fight In the eighth round.
"The big black man began to slip then."
he said. "Jess wanted to tear In and finish
him, but Ills manager, Tom Jonea, held
Wlllard bark until he knew Johnson was
gone. Then he Instructed Wlllard to rush
with all his strength."
BENDER LOSES HIS
FIRST FED BATTLE
Former Kackian Hurler Bested in
Slab Duel with Mullin, Another
NEWAEKS WIN, THREE TO ONE
BALTIMORE, April lS.-Chlef Bender
made his debut as a Federal leaguer here
thla afternoon and finished second beat
In a pitchers' battle with George Mullin,
another former American leaguer, Balti
more loaing the third straight game to
Newark, I to 1. La Port'a home run over
the right field fence waa a feature.
Newark 0 10 0 10 10 03 7 1
Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 7 1
Batteries: Mullin and Huhns: Bender
Whales Heat Plttsubrgh.
CHICAGO, April 13. -Pittsburgh, the
first of tha eaatem rluba to make Its
Chicago appearance thk season, waa de
feated by the locale today, to p. The
winning run waa a gift. Flack drew a
baae on balls, and went to second on a
wild pitch. On an Infield out he took
third and scored on a passed ball. Score.,
R H E
Pittsburgh 00001 f010- 8
Chicago 0 0000411 t 4
Butt orlrs: Allen, Ieclalr. Camnlti and
O'Conner: Johnson, McConnell and Wil
Terriers Take First Oae.
KANSAS CITT, April U.-Hennlng,
pitching for Kansas City, was unsteady
and St Louis won the first game of the
series from the locals here today. St
Louis scored one run In the first Inning
without a hit. Score: R.H.K.
Pt. Louis 100 0 1 01 0 03 S
Kansas City 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 0 6-0 5 1
Batteries: Groom and Hartley; Hen
nlng and Easterly.
Lost to the Blaes.
BROOKLYN, April 11 Buffslo won the
last game of the opening eeriea with
Brooklyn today, t to 4. Schulti held the
localb to three hits and was Invincible
after the third Inning. The visitors
played a strong uphill game, scoring the
winning run in the seventh when Engle
sent two men home with a double. Score:
' R H E
Rtiffnln 1 00100100-6 s 4
Brooklvn 0 0400000 0-4 3 6
Batteries: Schulta and Allen; Blue
Jacket Seat on and Land.
CONFESSED TRAIN WRECKER
IS ADJUDGED INSANE
MASON CTTT, la., April IS. Special
Telegram.) Ross Johnson, confessed train
wrecker, was adjudged Inaane today and
taken to Cherokee.
Okuma Says Germans
Must Have Wrong
Conception of Deity
TOKIO, April 13. Addressing a well at
tended meeting of Japanese and foreign
Chinese held at Toklo today to In
augurate an evangelistic movement pre
paratory to the International Sunday
School convention of 1910, Count Okuma,
the Japanese premier, made the state
ment that Christianity had given Japan.
among other things, a nobler conception
Continuing, the premier made reference
to the situation In Europe, when he said:
"There must be a wrong conception of
the Deity In Germany; otherwise this
war would not have come."
WOMAN POISONS FOUR
CHILDREN AND HERSELF
SPOKANE, Wash., April U. The bodies
of Mrs. Luther A. Leonard and her four
children were found dead In the family
home, here today. The police reported
Mrs. Leonard had poisoned her children
and then had poisoned herself.
Neighbors told the police that Mrs.
Leonard had been despondent because
her husband had met financial reverses
and that she - had been 111. The four
children had been put to bed for tha
night. , .
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Building Inspector's Authority is
Cause of Fireworks in Coun
RICHES' JOB IS STILL VACANT
After having repealed a section of an
old building ordinance which limited the
building Inspector's charges to a flat rate
on large buildings, the South Omaha city
council reared Itself up at tts meeting
yesterday and balked on the passage of
a new building ordinance. In fact Coun
cilman John Cavanaugh, who had signed
a proposed building ordinance some time
ago, withdrew his signature from the one
presented last night for final passage
on the ground that he had not signed
that document Cavanaugh said the
original ordinance liad been changed with
the exception of the cover. The ' city
clerk's office declared that the ordinance
had been withdrawn some time ago and
then returned yesterday for final passage.
Mayor Thomas Iloctor warned the coun
cil that the passage of the proposed or
dinance waa a serious matter and
advised caution. The new ordinance
gives the power to the building Inspector
to condemn whstever buildings he thinks
needful of such action. The cost of the
removal of the buildings Is to Be assessed
against the lot and becomes delinquent
after fifty days with Interest at 1 per
cent a month. .The council Is made a
sort of board of appeal from the build
ing Inspector's condemnation proceedings,
but must aot within one week, while both
owners and agents of dilapidated build
ings are made liable under the ordinance.
On motion of Cavanaugh seconded by
Williams the ordinance went over for a
Because of the fact' that the city as
defendant in a personal injury suit was
saved the payment of $20,000, the amount
ued for Councilman Cavanaugh In
troduced a motion thanking the city legal
department for the work done In the case.
The resolution passed.
The appointment of a new councilman
to succeed the late John Riches was not
mentioned yesterday after Councilman
Cavanaugh had whispered to the mayor
that final action should not be taken on
the appointment until all the council
members were In their chairs. Luke
Oaughan, a venerable democrat from the
Second ward Is a new candidate for the
place and atated yesterday that he was
assured of four votes. Gaughan Is quite
A number of paving and Improvement
districts were created and the council
will meet Wednesday again to provide
for more Improvements.
Qalta a City Job.
Ladislas Sedlacek, Journal clerk In the
office of City Clerk Perry Wheeler, will
abandon office work and politics for the
more substantial future of farming. Sed
lacek will leave In the course of a couple
of weeks for Montana, where he will en
gage actively In farming. He la a young
man who has given much promise In
the clerk's office and has a large number
of friends. He Is a graduate of the
South Omaha High school.
City Clerk Wheeler, It Is understood,
will make no appointment to succeed
Sedlacek. The work of the office Is to
be done by Wheeler and Deputy Mer
cell, unless It grows too voluminous. In
which case the clerk may call In tem
Marphy to Investigate.
M. R. Murphy, general manager of the
Cudahy plants, left yesterday for Kan
sas City, where he will conduct an Inves
tigation of the destruction of the cooler
plant said to have been destroyed by
bombs. For a couple of days the greater
portion of the work done In the Kansaa
City cooler will be transferred to South
Omaha, which will necessarily see an
Increase in the local force of Cudahy.
The shipping of cooler orders will be
transferred to this point for some time
to come. It was said yesterday. Officials
at the local plnnt could give no explana
tion of the destruction of the Kansas
Graceland Park Cemetery.
Buys a family lot on our easy payment
plan. Perpetual care.
Maate City Goaalp. ,
The Progressive club No. 193, Degree
of Honor, will be entertained by Mrs.
Vance and Mra. Ebrel next Thursday
SHUT OUT RICHMOND
Braves Shut Out
BOSTON, AprU U-The Braves ob
tained only four hits off the delivery of
Cram today, but won from Brown uni
versity, to 0. Score: R.H.E.
Boston t 0101100 -04
Brown 000000 0 00-011
Batteries: Corrrham. Crutber and
Gowdy; Whaling, Cram and Donovan.
' WCinwOND. Va.. April 11 The Boaton
tamertrens ended their training aeaaon to
gay by Shutting out the Richmond Inter
nationals. to 0. Score: R U E.
boston S li 1
Jlirhmond 0 I 1
. Batteries: Foster. Comstock and Haley;
fa'orriseetle and Bchaulfe.
JED WALSH'S ARM IS
SOON TO BE IN SHAPE
tOS ANGELES. Cel.. April 13-Bil
Pralsh, the Chloago American Uague
pitcher, was told today by the medical
kxpert who has been treating hia arm
that he would be In ahape to return to
phicago within three weeks and take his
guler turn in the box.
Caast Leagae Games.
At Oakland R U E.
Fait Lake City 1 lu 3
pakland 11 U 0
Battertrs: J. Williams. Easterly, lU'lll,
Ilsll and Hannah; t'rough and Kuhn.
' At Loa Anctlra R.II.K.
Kan Francis, o 11 t
Ls Ansls 10 H 1
1 . . . . ... U , 1 .11 (a 1 ....I
piwiri. mum, rtrrnii, Dmiain aiiM
fh'hmldt; Kyan, tkrogKlus, Burns and
At Portland R H E.
k'enle 16 t
Portland I 1
1 batteries: Mitchell. Piercer and Mltse;
Krause, Evans and Fisher.
Beatrtea Releaaes Eleven Plara
BEATKICE. Neh., April It 4Rre-lal-f.'sn
Tapcan, a fast shortstop, who Uy-d
last siii with the Kansas t'lty KeiSs,
staa slgneri il' ndsy tiy alanacer KIM man
f the Mtlksklminors. Van Ta,an played
ahorlrtcp for Bra trice In the slink league
svnd he sl.owed u h speed that he wss
sugnsd at Kansas City. The nainea of
r-lven aspirants for positions on the
iBeati-tee iram will fall to ret-eive Man
ager Flllman's owe over. He reduced the
it of thirty-seven applicants to twenty-
F Monday by scratching off eleven
At Brooklyn- R.H.E.
rhils4nlpfiia Americans I i t
rk!yn Nationals 4 4 4
Battertrs: Parser snd it.Avoy; pell,
ainiitt and Mllier.
. At Prv!deiu-e R.H E.
PVll4H,,l 1I f t
jTtriln- 1 4 t
feattartes: Kiy and Hurut; Bcatley,
lwir aud KxUwf.
Crimosn Shuts Out
The Bowdoin Team
CAMBRIDGE, nUas., April It-Harvard
ahut out Bowdoin today, to 0. The
Crimson pitchers, Whitney and Wllleox,
wire effective throughout. Bowdoin
fielded poorly. Score: P. H E.
iHsrvsrd 0 4000101 171
Bowdoin 000000000 "f
Batteries: Wlllrox. Whitney and Water
man, Marie; fctaniey. r raser ana Bradford.
Cllraa Itaae Rail.
Michigan, ; Marshall, t
Williams, t; Princeton, i.
Georgetown, 0; West Virginia, 4.
When costive or troubled with constipa
tion take Chamberlain's Tableta. They are
easy to take and moat agreeable in effect.
Obtainable everywhere. Advertisement.
Down with It.
The ancient atranger who occupied the
other side of my table looked up with a
start as 1 ordered a oocktalL
"Young man." he said tremulously,
"think what you are doing! It grieves
me to the heart to sea a human being
steeping his brain with poison! You
know the old saving. 'When alcohol
come in at the door, nobody home.'
l,tng hla brow wltl. a trembling
hand, lie rontinued. "1 oni was a rum
sot, though to look at me now you would
never believe it. I will tell my story.
young man, that It may prove to you
your tolly, i p until live years ago. I
drank eenpenera on asking In the
morning. aHetlera between meals, co-k-talls
before meals and cordials after
them. Young man. 1 waa a wreck! And
then one night 1 had a dream. My
mother-in-law appeared to ma In a
vision and warned me that unless I fore
swore my evil wsvs I would coma to
grief. And from- that hour I hsve not
touched alcohol in any form. Temper
ance, that la n v watchword, young man,
temperance! Walter la this my seventh
or eighth cup of coffee T"
"K.Khlh. sir." replied the waiter.
'Well, bring the other six all In to
gether, said the old man.
And with a shaking hand, he dropped
his cup and broke It Irtroit free Press
A Speellle (. raids.
"If there la such a thing as a specific
against oolda. It ta to be found la the
sleeping porch or the opea bed room.
Next to that comes the cold sponge bath
la the morning."" says taa Youths Com
panioa. Be aa careful as you caa you
will occasionally taks cold, and when
you do you will find Charobarlala's Cough
Re mad y a great help la enabling you to
get rid of 1L Try It. Obtainable tverv
The Short Out
If you have squandered
your youth looking for
smoke joy among the
brands, come over in our
vard and try a pipe o'
good old Prince Albert Or, if you like
yours rolled into a little paper pipe,
smoke it your way, but make it of
P. A. There's no two guesses about
the pleasingness and 'goodness of
the national joy smoke
It is the smoke fuel gentle and lovable,
made so by a patented process, con
trolled exclusively by us, that takes out
the bite and leaves a cool, free-burning,
fragrant smoke. Stuff
your old pipe to the
brow with some of
this ace-high tobacco
'or roll it in a cigarette
and see how easy it
feels on the tongue.
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Vanes.
Fifty-first and C streets.
Office space for rent in Bee office, iSl?
N street. Terms reasonable. Well known
location. Tel. South 27.
The Merrymakers will give a dance
this evening at the Moore hall at Twenty-filth
and M streets.
The Mystic Workers of the World will
meet thl evening at the Odd Fellows'
hnll at Twenty-fourth and M streets.
The Independent Order of Odd Fellow
will hold their regular weekly meeting
at the Odd Fellows' hall at Tenty-flft!i
and M streets.
The ladies of the Moose will five a
public card party next Tuesday after
noon at the Moose home at Twontv-fifth
and M streets, china will be awarded as '
Bave.T-tt"' ' " t war
jfe) $ Jjj
ness and quality.
Buy It by the Case
Docalas 2155 and
to North Dakota
On sale every Tuesday
(Jir. 16 to Apr. 27, Incl.
via St. Paul
See this land of wonderful
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Th tidy red tin. 10c; toppyrdbagtSci th pound and half-pound tin
humidor. Thn, therm's th 16-ox. P. A.crptal-gla- hunudor that
JwTr.or.nr, for horn and for th of he, You'v alwayna fresh supply
on hand, bcau$ th pong in th lid kcp th
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C
43ROTTB BROS CO.
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hit customer to spend
money tor good tngrasingt,
becmut it U money well
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