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TITFi OMAHA. 'THUKSpAT. OCT011EU 7, IMS.
Eobert A. Gardner, Despite Unfa
mi'iarity with Course, Defeat
Thre Omaha Cracks. -
GETS OUT OF DIFFICULTIES
Robert A. Gardner of Chicago, national
,.,., . . j w.
smateur golf champion, demonstrated hit
, A. .x .
superiority ever throe Omaha cracka
" .. ,,,,,.. , i
yesterday at the Field club In an eight-,
een-hole foursome. Despite the fact that I
the national champ wa playing the i
course blind, while the Omahans were
lamlliar with it. and despite the hlfh
and cold wind which mad good golf ex-.
teeriinaiy difficult. Gardner turned In an
eighty-three for the eighteen holes. Bam 1
lteynold followed Gardner with an
eighty-six and niaine Young turned in
a ninety. Karl Dock completed the four
some. Gardner proved to be a Veritable won
der at driving and approaching. Hla ap
proach shots always brought applause
frnm tha InrM rllArv mhli'h hmi'ed the
cold a lnd to see the champion play. Sev- j
rral times he got Into the rough or mixed I
up with a hazard, but made as pretty an
epproach shot as even an exceptionally
rood golfer would make from the fair
iwajr.' Gardner Is In Omaha as the guest of
Karl Dock. Gardner and Bock and Sara
Reynolds are all members of the National
Coal Dealers' Golf association. The cham
pion will play today at the Country club.
Ills score yesterday was as follows:
Outside 5 B 5 S 4 3 . 3 640
Inside 5 6 4 4 6 4 4 6 43 83
ROYAL WELCOME '
IS GIVEN KING
(Conlntued from Page Giie.)
and here a huge tortoise Just passing
a slumbering white hare that bad lain
Sown In the race because he was too
confident of his superior speed.
C'aaka of Wlir.
The fox and grapes was Illustrated by a
float with a rich grape arbor hanging
heavy with luscious fruit, and a hungry
tox squatting on his haunches and lick.
Ing hla red Hps and preparing to pass
the familiar comment that the grapes are
sour anyway and he does not want them.
Casks of wine are seen In the background
and all the good things that are asso-
Hansel and Gretel were portrayed in
the neit float standing before the castle
of puaf andy where the ugly witch was
beckoning them to come In, ostensibly
to get the randy, although In reality
the had within a huge oven In whliM
the hoped to roast the children.
Pnsa la Doota.
"Puss In Boots" was Illustrated by a
group of the donkey, the puss and the
third son of the dead miller who w.is
peeved because his deceased father had
left him only the pussy while he had left
the other two sons the mill and the don
key respectively. The puss Is looking
Into the face of the boy preparing to tell
him how he can still get the best of the
bargain by making proper use of tils
legacy. . '
Robinson Crusoe was the next repre
sentation. Crusoe and his faithful ser
vant, Friday, were seen In the flout
The goats that Crusoe milked were pic
tured on tho Island In the background.
s- well as the parrot that was the lout
sailor's only companion until Friday
came on the scene.
' "Cinderella" and her adventures1 were
ably suggested by the float bearing the I
name. The maiden was Just entering tho
astlo to attend the ball she had not ex
I xc ted to be able to attend. The cele
brated glafa slipper that figured so oon
splcioualy In the fable, was seen In the
foreground of the float. The lighting
effect set otf the magnlflcance of the
old tale nicely. The team of mloe that
carried Cinderella to the ball late In the
evening, were waiting Impatiently out
side the castle.
"Little Red Riding Tlood" lent Itself
nicely to float portrayal. The hungry
wolf was seen In the grandmother's bed
where he had Just devoured the frrand
mothcr. and the Innocent Utile girl with
the red hood was seen wending her way
towurd the cabin, where the great danger
.Ma bra 'Km All Shiver.
"Dluebeard" was a float that almost
sent shivers over the crowd. The hideous
tule of the fierce Bluebeard all camo
back to those who knew it as children.
-h-r. they looked upon the scene of the
sood wife opening the closet door of
Hluebeard's castle and finding the mur
ilored bodies of her husband's former
"Jack and the Bean Btalk" was a float
that pleased the children. Here the stupid
Klant was seen with bevls In the air, ap
iwrently Just fallen on his silly head,
when Jack cut the bean stalk that had
"ltlp Van Winkle." brought memories
of Washington Irving's masterpiece,
when the crowd looked upon the grizzled
face of the ancient Rip Just awakening
frwn his twenty-year sleep on the summit
of the Katskilj mountains, where he had
been drinking grog with the mysterious
rowlers seen in the distance rolling their
Hon tho Mnaae.
"The Lion and the Uouw" w.s
by a portrayal of the story of the tiny
inouae that gnawed the nets that bound
the huge lion. The ferocious lion In
all his power was not p.werful enough
to break the nets which the weak little
-mouse gnawed to pieces In a few mo
ments. Sly cats were waiting in the
background to get the weak little mouse
a soon as she gets awav from the pro
tection of the king of tieast.
"Tho Little Mermaid" was Worked
out to show her. tailless, transfigured to
the form of a beautiful princess danclntr
before the prince who loves her. Hi-r sis
ters of the deep sea were- everywhere
t'irusiing their heads out of the waves
.eckonlno; to her to get a new tall, be
come again a mermaid, and return to
them in the sea,
"The' Golden Bird." was a float por
traying the story of the boy who rod
on the tnll of a fox to find his for
tune. The fox took hm to the spot
where he found the golden bird and
many other valuable and beautiful thins
including; a bride.
neanty Had the Beast.
"Beauty srn the Ilist," was. the tltla J
or ine iioat, representing the faW. of
the btautlful maiden , who descended to
the den to askorlate with the beasts. Von
the prime who had descended temporarily
to tt.e level, of tho beast. The tw
wicked sisters of tho "Beauty" had o-er
converted info statues ard were-com
pelled io aland poifectl rlrld y, i n j
Hf-huM t THe Hl. ?
Then came hi majesty. King Ak-8
Pen tho Twenty-first In the line of the
Ak-fr-Ben dynasty. Never was Ptole
maic) or l'haraoh dynasty mors beloved
and revered than U the dynasty of AX-Sar-Ben.
with' IU twenty splendid and
kindly klns that have reigned during a
fifth of a century. Comes now the twenty-flint
of his line, tinder the moat fa
vorable circumstances, when the horn
of plenty la fairly overflowing In hla
realm, when peace abides, though atiife
slashej ta hideous way through foreign
lamia. The American ahleld rested In
,the bow of the float. A triumphant Amer
ican eagle perched upon It. Guards and
S.?" th8 .h0ln
tn splendid king the personal atten-
. , , ,
tlons hla royal person deserves,
Tss nil 1 1 oats,
n fio.,, were nlfctin, foiowi:
MOID K1NQ COL.H."
nn rt,ltler. ' Colbry HoWrta.
1 T. Dermody. Harry Johnston,
V Wnke"00" ('T'sm'h1""1'"'
GOOSE THAT TJUi Tl"hJth6oLPnN
cwf- I-ucln Pettlnslll.
K. P. Reed. William Fox.
"OM MOTH Kit UOOSK."
H. O. Benford. W. J. Think.
U. F. Hall. J. A. Camody.
F. H. Turner. Joseph Jacob.
W. J. Harris. It. N. UedwelL
E. H. Uelslman. K. Archibald.
"THH TORTOISE ANl THE HA UK."
aus. k. a. F.ricson.
II. 11. Watts.
"TDK FOX AND THR GRAPES."
"r njrne. j.-. h.iiKrn.
George McHhane. George Itoach.
Martin Hamann. Maurice H. Griffin.
"HAN.hJ., ANl GKKTKU"
Charles Maloney. M. J. Gervery.
Bert Fox.- t haiies Maloney.
'PI'fW.lN THhl BiOTH."
Ben Johnson. G. A. tiagerman.
K. M. Flnkensteln. W. J. Mohan.
Pat Jennings. T. H. McNamara.
"TH K CRXSTAL KM PPKR."
Clint Miller. George Westergard
A. J. Crulckshank. JI. B. Howes.
J. V. Brennan.
"L1TTLK RED RIDING HOOD."
Captain Bruce. IRov N. Bruce.
Harry A. Foster. O. II. Helntse.
Harry B. Ktevens. H. C. ilartry.
"JACK AND TUB REAN8TALK."
Charles Doherty. Allen Kennedy.
A. K. Mcl-arnan. K J. Livingston.
RIP VAN WINKUE.
K. I Tatten. P. 8. Myers.
Harry D. Klyer. Jack Horrlgan.
"THH LION AND TUB MOL'SR"
H. F. Meyers. J. 1 Doherty.
H. H. Kiffer.
"TUB MKRMAIP. '
Walter Adams. Harry Ooets.
Adolph Brandes. Frank Lank.
"THK GOLPEX BIRD."
Teddy Brothers. T. J. Lichner.
I N. Hawkins. Ed ohavllk.
C. V. Connolly.
"BKAUTY AND THE BTCAST."
Frank Drexcl. C A. Graves.
N. J. Svoboda, C. C. Phelph.
Pete Raum. 1'eter Fetenon.
"Jaat b Thtii,"
A tailor's work Is sedentary. That la
why most tailors suffer from constipa
tion. U. W. Robemon, Wichita Falls.
Tex., says: "I find Foley Cathartlo Tab-
lets the most delightful, cleansing- cathar
tlo I have ever taken. They' are Just the
thing-." They keep the stomach sweet
and the liver active, drive away head
ache, dullness, tired feellnn. biliousness.
bloat and other results of clogged bowels.
Prompt and effective, without gripe or
pain, etodt people praise them for the
light, , free - feeling they give. . Bold
every where. Ad vertlsement.
Soap assisted by Cutlrttra
Ointment wiH heip you. ,
Sample Free by T.Iafl
Cluttrurs Susp aa1 OlBtsieot sots rrrwywhmr
Liberal Mmpl. nf fli awUnl trm with 1-s. book.
Addrasi poaMant ' Cutteara." Dept. ViQ. Bostoa.
If you want plenty of thick, beautiful,
glossy, silky hair, do by all means gat
rid of dandruff, for it will starve your
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It doesn't do much good to try to
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way to get rid of dandruff Is to dissolve
It, then you destroy It entirely. To do
this, get about four ounces of ordinary
liquid arvon; apply It at night when re
tiring; use enough to moisten the s.alp
and rub It In geatly with the finger tips.
By morning, most If not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four more applications will eomp stely
dissolve and entliely destroy evtry tin
gle sign and trace of It.
Ypu will find, too, that all Itching and
digging of the scalp wfl stop, and your
hair will look and f f 1 a hundred times
better. Tou ran get liquid arvon at any
drug store. It la Inexpensive' and four
ounces la ail you wl 1 need, no matter
how ' much ' (Jandruff you hove. This
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I. a bn reconid as an lnfJlb'o
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If ou '4-r trou tiled - wltir pains or
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(Contntuert from rage One)
begun and made no mention of the inci
dent or suggestion of a protest. It is
therefor held here that the king has not
taken a stand against the landing, but
merely differs from M. Venlielos in re
gard to the fixed policy of Greece In
supporting the quadruple entente.
In the same official quarters It Is
also pointed out that former Premier
Gournaris made the definite request cf
France last March that the French land
an expedition at Salonlkl In order to
back up the position of Greece.
The Temps sns I. Gournaris will
probably be called to form a ministry.
It Is generally believed the ministers
of France, Great Britain, Italy and Rus
sia have already left Sofia as a result
of Bulgaria's unyielding attitude In the
face of the ultimatum calling for a defi
nite announcement of her Intentions.
Wolverines, in Poor
Form, Beat Lawrence
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. .-Mlchlgan
opened Its foot ball season today by de
feating Lawrence college of Applet on.
Wis., SS to 0, In a ragged game. The
Wolverines lacked aggressiveness and
poor blocking offense cost them several
touchdowns. Lawrence never threatened
seriously to score.
JCHNSON PAYS PART OF
TAX FOR CARE OF INSANE
TKCVMSFH, Neb.. Oct. 6. (Ppectal.)
The board of commissioners of Johnson
county has ordered a warrant drawn to
the elate treasurer for the sum of l?..y
This la In partial payment of the ItO.rV)
tho county still owes on the Inssne tax
levy prior to 191. when the round.
took care of the expenses of their In
dividual patient Rt tn state hospital.
Mate Auditor mllh has made arrange
ments with the county board for the
payment of the amount In Installments.
Luxus Will Go to
The Luxus will rise the Whit Autos,
champions of Cleveland, next Sunday at
Cleveland. Testerday the Cleveland
champs defeated the Columbus honor
nine after a hard game, 1 to 0. Thus
It now remains for the Luxus and Cleve
land to battle for the rlirht to piny In
the final round for the amateur cham
pionship of the I'nlted Plate at the Pan
Francisco exposition with the amateur
champions of the coast.
Huskers Will Play
Basket Ball Here
Manager Isaacson of the Towneend
basket, ball team has received a letter
from Jumbo fcttchm, conch at tho Uni
versity of Nebraska, saying that the
Cornhtiskcra will be glad to play the
Townsends In Omaha some time this
winter. Isaacson will make arrange
ments for tho date at once. This will
make a second time Omaha basket ball
fans will get a chance to see the fast
university lads play on a local floor.
October the Mnntk for Colds.
Harden your system with Pell's PThe-
Tar-Honey. It kills the cold germ. Cures
the cough. Only Sic All druggists. Advor
tlseinent. Use The Bee's "8wapir column.
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Whiskey.' It is distilled by the good old fashioned, long-time-taking
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of the famous Cedar Brook Springs.
YouTl find CEDAR BROOK in the Lead at all Leading
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