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THE FEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY. JUNE 2, 1916.
Bringing Up Father
Copyright Intero'l Ntl Settle
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
MA"Y I HAVE THF f
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dETb OM MY
OH' i think: he
1 VERY NICE
WHACTOOYOO f ' ''. WHAT OCb tHE MEAN
THINK MOTHER- I REALLY! Ip HE MaRR.E THRT
r-v, I WO THE a--' L , ' BOOeY-1-L DIOWN
OPEN DATE IN THE
So the Demon Bourkei Maintain
Totition at Top of ladder For
TO OPEN AT WICHITA TODAY
Yesterday u an open date on the
Western league schedule, As a re
suit, the de luxe and demon Rourklet
continue their repose at the pinnacle,
of the well-known percentage column
for at least forty-eight hour. Three
cheer and a couple of hurrahs.
It might be mentioned, however the
Rourkes occupy first place by cour.
tesy. In reality they are lied tor first
place with the lowly Links from Lin
coln, but this is an Omaha newspaper,
so the Rourke are placed the top.
In the Lincoln papers they are sec
ond. But even so. first place is entirely
occupied by Nrbra-ik, so there are no
The Rourkes breeked into Omaha
Wednesday night, after slipping the
completely cowed Boosters a parting
rap in the snoot. They rested here
over night and hiked out yesterday
afternoon for Wichita, where they
open a series today. The Rourkes
left at 2 o'clock for Kansas City, from
which village they departed lreripi
tously last night. If the Rourkes had
stopped a while, in Kay See "Billy"
Sunday might have raptured them and
they might become too ardent in their
pursuit of the agents of Satan they
would' forget they are supposed to
chase the Western loop gonfalon.
Pa and Marty Happy.
Pa Rourke and Marty Krug were
tickled with the way the boys played
in Pes Moines and weren't a bit back
ward in saying so. "We had m
licked to death," said Pa. "We'd have
won the first one, ton, only we weie
all shot to pieces by the riMiig-at-dawn
stunt to catch a 6 a ni. train.
We'll keep right on and we'll mure
than break even on this road trip I
feel like a pennant winner this year
and so do the boys."
That ( y Forsythe's injury is a
minor one was the report of Marty
Krug. T he Tango Kid will be back
on the job at Wichita, says Marty
While in Omaha all the athletes had
to call on Doc Schteier, the demon
jawbones for the club. Some of them
purported to have sore arms or mus
cles and others professed a desire to
see Doc's new office. There is a lurk
ing suspicion, however, that there is
another attraction in Doc's oflire
which served more as a magnet.
FIELD CLUB WOMEN PLAY
FOR BRANDEIS TROPHY
Women golfers of the Field club
will engage in competition for the
George Hrandeis trophy on the Field
club links at 9.V) Friday morning
There is an nnusuallv large aggrega
tion of fair golf sharks at the Field
club this year and some exciting com
petitions are anticipated,
Cud Club rhtet at HrnderiMiti.
Glenwood, la, June 1 (Special.)
There were twenty-fright entries in
the Henderson Gun club shoot beld
there yesterday Ieen events of 100
birds were shot. Wind high and
gusty made low scores and threaten
ing skies hurried the late events Fred
Workman of (lenword was bijfh with
9, A S Fdwrds, t.lenwood. 2,
W If Fukle, third, Gleenwond. KJ
Workman !' won the Henderson
Gun club trophy in the "trophy"
rtent, with ,M run of ;s
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Standing of Teams
Wr.BT. I, EACH E NATL. LEAC1UK.
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Omaha . , . .0 14 .SS nrnoklyn ...ill. til
Lincoln ..,! It M n, TorU IMS til
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Kd aama arhluUit
NATION A I, LKAOfB.
Nw Yntk, 1; Phlladalphla, 4
Inrlnnall, 4; rinl'iirli, I.
lonion, 4. 2; Proom'n, 1, 1.
Waahlnalnn, fl , Ilnnlon. t
F'lilla'llplila, t, ; Nw Toik, I
hUal'i, a, f iMirnll, X
i.'lc teLiirl, , b; Hi. I.nula, I. 4
Cntunibiia, 0; tnaianapnlla, t.
l.nma.llla. I. Tnl'l, 1
MIlHauk", 2: hanaaa t'lty, I.
Wnalain l.naaua I.lncnln at Panvr, Das
Mnlnea at ftt. Jnaoph, Hlom I lly at Topaka,
liniaha at Wlrhlta.
Nailrmal l,aii flilraao at Boaton.
PiiminKih at Hrm.klyn, t'lmlnnatl at Naw
York. Hi Loiila al I'hllail'lphla
Amrrlrao l.cunu" - I'valanl at fit. toula.
Eoiton Captures Both Ends of
Double-Header at Brooklyn,
Six to One and Two to One.
DODGERS KEEP IN THE LEAD
Silver Cup For
Winner at Tennis
A silver loving cup offered by
Physical Director Bernice A. Miller
to the Bellevue college young woman
who wins the women a singles in ten
nis will be presented Friday morning.
TIm" contenders in the second round
with results of the tnalches were:
Maraurrlia Ullilck hat Nora Vtohr,
riirnira dr'hlntralrlt but pfrtilra Mltrhall,
I i. I 1. t I
l.miia I'avlilrnn hat Katharln Ohman,
Ati.ie .Inhnaion ilraw hva
Klla fun ll firfeliH lo Krtna Olhha
In the third round Diddork is
matched with Johnston; Schlotfeldt,
with tiibbs, and Davidson drew a bye.
The title is generally conceded to
The semi finals will be ptayed Fri
day morning and the finals shortly
before the II o'clock senior chapel
service, when the cup wpl be pre
sented. John fixaTnWfTnals
in commerce hand ball
John Fixa, "student, and Mr. Det
rmg, a member of the faculty, fought
their way to finals in the High School
of Commercial hand ball tournament.
The hardest game in the tournament
tame in the semi-finals between
James Drummond, coach of Commer
cial High athletics, and Fixa Coaih
Drummond succeeded in beating Fiva
21 10, in ihe first game, but Fixa won
the next two games by ihe scores of
21-20 and 21 HV
The winner of the finals, which
will be played off Saturday, play Mr.
Linn, who is a niemher of the t'otn
merte teaching staff and it v hand
ball champion, for the championship
ot the school
Pioneer Jitney Man
U.ses Hish Finance !
To Procure His Cash
Hastings, Neb, June I (Special!
Te'egiam ) - lnsi!mu that Ins arret
was all a mistake, James S)ierlh,
pioneer ji'frv man in Hasting told
an a;iainiu inn intSirtitv nl to.lav
of how be bat i tired sanous iini
! ( money rioMiing into the thouaii l
'of itollars He silted lh be bat it
iie-t iMiint.pi o( ihr,k on banks
; without hmnn tun ! to tat ibem
up. bad 'irn t tolU ol ' on the
same ptopfrty and t-urlime t ir
th . iiu4l(ilii'
Spinel m-r hr give e,iiiiiy tit ile
; (.mi ( t i-:iva!e (,i -:( ol jlr
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I i a I b e ! n I. a t,
( i'H (-. ir. if I hy ij! atute . !
) net a I ot mm H r i a than N ft s )n
f!e i! 'i I o.iit 4 hiii in Kt in
ttH .'i" t- t ' i Shit
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at hi iiii'i f t'Oi.ifiil ! irl
"l '"! jhe o.t!t ii.h tt i..
Mexicans ) Up Hot
Don: Talk of Oairanza
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Brooklyn, June L Boston beat
Brooklyn twice today, 6 to 1 and 2
to 1, but the Superbas retained the
lead through New York's defeat at
Philadelphia. Two errors by Olson,
three passes by C!heney and Gowdy's
single gave the Braves a lead of four
runs in the opening inning of the first
, game and they scored two more in
the eighth on pass, ( heney'a error
and Wilhoit's double. Cheney fanned
eight batters and Mails, who pitched
the ninth inning, struck out the side,
after giving two bases on balls. Pagan
held the Brooklyn batters safe, ex
cept In the fifth, when Olson scored
their only run on a force out, a wild
pitch and Meyers' single. Rudolph
and Coombs fought a great pitchers'
battle in the second game. Brooklyn
made a run in the first inning of
three singles and was blanked there
after. Coombs had the Braves shut
out going into the ninth. Then Ma
gee's double, Smith's triple and Wil
lioit's out scored two runs and won
the game. Wheat had eight putouts
in left field. Score first game:
a b h o a r: AH II O A F,
MarVe.as s 0 "1 Mrai-f 4 0 I 0 0
Htra.;h 4 112 nMaiilirl.lh i 4 0 4
Olllna.i-r 4 4 14 4J naion.rf 4 110 0
Ma,ir 4 2 10 DVS'heat.ir 4 114 4
Kony.lh 4 2 14 4 tMowry,3l) 4 4 4 1 0
Smith, ah 4 17 1 Ar,ita'vr,!b 2 4 110
W'llhnll.rf 14 4 0 fioiaonaa 10 2 2 0
Oiovrly. i-2 0 2 1 AMillar.n 2 4 4 11
R'ltnlph.p 114 1 ni'oomha.p 110 4 0
Tilala 12 7 27 14 0 Tntala 31 127 11 I
Battail fnr C'hny In ale hi h.
Boatnn 4 0 4 0 4 4 4 04
Brook IJll 4 4 0 fl I 4 4 4 41
Two haaa bit . Wllhnlt Slnl.n baaa: Ma
ranvllla. Ma rouble plava Maranvipa
lo Kvra to Konalrhy; Mowray ro t iifnhaw
lo Panhart. l-'IrMt on arrora: Hoaion, 2;
Brooklyn, 1 lia on halla. C'hny, 6, Malla,
2. 1-Illa anil aarnarl runs; Chanay, 4 hlra an4
4 rmia In alghl Innliica; Malla, no hlia no
runa In on. Innlna, Katan, 4 hlia anil 1
run In nlna Innlnia. fttrurk nut: By Racan,
4, hy Chanay, S; hy Malla. I l'mplraa. Kaaon
anil O'Pay. Hrora aaronil fania:
AR H O
MaTVa.aa 4 10
Raian. p I
Totals II I 17
4 0 Mrara.rf 4
J OPaiihrl.lb 4
4 O t h at n rf
2 iCuia w.2b
0 1 Mi., ara.n
14 1 Malla p
A B H O A K
1 II 1
0 4 2
4 0 0
Totala II 4 17 11 I
Boaton 0 4 4 4 4 0 4 4 J J
Bronkljn .., 1 4044000 01
Two haaa hit Ma(a. Thraa baaa hlta
Konati-hy. Smith prolan haaa- Kvara. Wii
holt Sa.-rifira hit Kont.-h- Baaa on halla
Off Rmlniph. 2. i oomha 2 Hm ami aarn-1
ninar fff Rudolph, hna and I run. off
t oonil-a 7 hl'a ami 2 runa ftirin-k out Bv
Ruaolph, 1; hv roomha. 2 l'mplraa repay
riraloa W hip Raila.
Piothurrh. J una I Pittahurah lfaara4
Clnrlnnait hara lortav. S to 4 Tha Plialaa
mada (no runa In tho flrat four Inniuga
on alfht hlia .iff Shnaiaar and thraa mora
In tha fifth on fl.a hl'a off I'ala. who r
llav.l hurt Sfnr:
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Vaalaif 4 14 0 "Waanr.tb I 4 1 1 a
ht If S 1 a a an mn.rf 4 14 0
w m. I 0 I h h Hi lb 4 I 1 t 2
H'lhni I a iarn, If 4 4 0 A
'.offihlf 4!0 OHmllhta 11242
Mian IS 4 4 1 4 Us. hm II r 4 1 I 0
Riroud, 1; off Bljtay, t Illla and aarnad
runa; Off Btroud. 4 hlta. 2 runa In al In
nings; off H'-hauar, 1 hit, no runa In two
Innliica; off Hly, 4 hlia. I run In nlna
Innltiaa PtruiK out: Hy flrhauar, I; hy
Itly, J. Uinplrea: llarrlaon and Hlglar.
DEATH IN WATER
Mother and Five Children Bared
From Peril of Flood
POLICE SAVE THEIR LIVES
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Huddled together on tables in a
darkened room at 2737 South Twelfth
street last night, Mrs. Foley Gibilicsco
and her five children, the oldest of
whom was boy of 7 years, watched
their last chance of communication
with the outside world disappear as a
rapidly-rising floou of waier surround
ing crept higher and higher unlil it
came almost to the top of the support
on which they were standing. Finally
neighbors were attracted by their
cries and telephoned the police. Offi
cers Buford and Baughman arrived
barely in time to save the mother and
little ones from death in the water
or from suffocation by sewer gas.
Sewer Too Small.
The sewer in the vicinity of the
residence, which is in a hollow at
the intersection of Twelfth and Ban
croft, was of insufficient size to
carry away the water, which ran in
torrents about the little house last
night, owing to the heavy rains and
the location. Water entered the
house through the sink in the kitchen
and through other sewer connection;,
finally bursting a pipe in the cellar
way, which flooded the house in the
short space of a quarter of an hour.
The mother of the children had been
fighting the water with buckets and
a broom and had barely time to save
herself and children as the water
poured in around them.
Cut Hole in Floor.
The. officers xvre forced to use
ropes and an axe to reach the family.
A hole was cut in the floor abovj
them and the rope, fastened securely
to a door, was let down until it
reached the table below. Officer Bu
ford then let himself down to the sur
face of the water and one by one
raised the children and mother to the
floor above where they were wrapped
in blankets and taken to the homes of
neighbors whose residences were on
higher ground. They were cared for
by Dr. Shook, assistant county physi
cian. Mr. Gibilisco is employed at
night and was not at home at the
Must Raise Money
By Midnight or
'Two hundred and fifty pledges by
midnight June 1, or bust," is the slo
gan which has been before the eyes
of a force of a dojen workers of
Bellevue college office for weeks. Two
hundred and fifty pledges of
each must be secured bv 12 o'clock
tonight, or the greater part of those
alieady obtained will be void and
Fmamia! Secretary Charles E, Bask
rr ille will fail in his campaign to
tame the funds netessarv M main
tain the suburban college for three
years and in addition, wipe out its
indebtedness of S.'O.lHH). A large num
ber of the necessary pledges is al
ready in hand, but Secretary Rasker
vtlle declines to sav jut bow manv
he hat He tats however, that he has
the uttti'isl tontideme that the cam
paign will be 'n 1 1- .till
.Student, parents H students i !
trustees have enlisted In the cam
panjn Paul W, I urtimitms. memhrr
i! the senior ilats, h.t hat t'rni
tourii'f .the niirm part nf Nebta.Va
and the ernei . part ot l.'a I -r l'i
iat tail tiats, t-a a , mc eii
p'e.Ufs, Siinxiiitirg tit J.M'Hi ,.hn M
B'.. .i'i., i.i ait..'i rr !, ha at
el Kev I t um'tmiji, pas-
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this, h i t i otif. I I'.S'i'tt. a-'fd t'v
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World'i Champions Shut Out Wash
ington Senators, One to
BED SOX RAISE THE PEITOABT
Boston, June L The Boiton Amer
icans defeated Washington with
Johnson pitching, 1 to 0, today, mak
ing the series four straight. The shut
out followed the raiding of the Amer
ican league championship pennant
With one out, McN'ally, who had
fanned three times, singled in the
eight and reached second when Mc
Bride fumbled Lewis' grounder. Hob
litzel hit to McBride and Lewis was
out at second, McN'ally going all the
wav home, while Morgan hrst started
to throw to Judge for a double play
ana then made the play to the plate
too late to stop the winning .run
AB H O A ri
Milan. cf 4
Moallar.rf 2 0 1
M Brld.aa I
AH H.O.A E
Totala 30 J 24 11
I H nkan.rf 4 4 1
2 lM .Valy,2b 4 1 1
0 Ol.awli.lf 4 9 1
0 IH'btil.lb 4
0 OWalkar.rf 4
2 OOardnr.lb 110
0 O.Ianvrnaa 114
1 OThomea.e 2
I lRnth.p 2
- Totalg 10 4 24 II
Rllllnia (2). I'mplrn:
AB.H.O A K.
Connolly and Hilda.
1 M agna, oC 4
4 Totalg 21
AB II O A E
I 27 14 1
Totala 14 10 24 I 4 ,
Bartad for Loudarmllk In aavnth.
Bttad for MrHal In ninth.
CUvalsnd 0 1 4 0 I 1 1 41
8t. Loulg 0 0 I I 0 0 4 9 I
Two-baaa hlta: Turnar (2). Pratt. Spagkar,
Howard. O'Nalll. Rtolan bggaa; Johnaton (2).
Sarrlflca hlta: Wambaaanaa, Millar. Sgrrl
fka fly: O'Nalll, Doublo play: Loudrmllk to
O'Nalll lo Clandll. Baaaa on halla; Ciff l.oii
darmllk, I; of MfHala, 1; of Baumaardnar,
2. Hltg and agrnad runa: ciff Loudarmllk,
2 hlta, 4 runa In six Innlnaa; oft Ha urn
aardnar, I hlta, 1 runa In alx Innlngn; off
M'Hala, 1 hit, no run In two Innings; off
Plank, I hltg. no rung In thraa Inning.
Struck out; By Loudarmllk, I; hy McHale,
1; by Baumcarriner, 4; by funk, t. Wild
pltrhaa; Loudarmllk (2), Plank. L'mplraa;
Hlldabrand and Connolly,
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1
filolan baa; Hnrlkn Rgr.rffio hit;
Alnamlth. Klrat baaa on arrora:Wghlng
ton. 1; Boaton, 2. Baaaa on balls; Ciff
Johnaon, 2; off Ruth, I. Hlta and aarnad
runa; ciff Johnaon. 4 hlta and 0 runa In
alght innlnga. Hit by pitched ball; Judga
by Ruth. Ktrm-k out; By Johnaon, 4; by
Ruth, I. l inplrca; Connolly and Owana.
. Tankaaa End Horn tSand bv Loalna ,
Jv'aw Vork, Juno 1 Nw York andad a
long hom aland by loalna to Phlladalphla
today, 6 to 0. Caldwell, the veteran Yanka
pitcher, wag pounded for fifteen hlta for
twenty. ona haaa Ciood aupport kept the
Athletirg gy from tha pint for five In
nlnfra, but ihey arored heavily In the lain
Innlnga. Cijdrtna; made a triple, a doubl and
too alnfc-lea I'urlng tha five g-amea of tha
gerlea, oldrlns mada lualva hltg In twenty
tlmea at bat. Brora;
Wilt. a 4 2 4 2
M Inla lb
NEW TOR K
A B. H.O.A E
0 2 0
0 4 1
0 1 I
1 11 1
0 1 4
2 2 4
4 4 1
0 0 2
0 OMarea.'-f 4
4 0Gadeon.2b I
0 OBaumn.Sb 4
0 OPIpp.lb 4
4 Oflnoneaa 3
1 OHIgh.lf 2
h ONumakr.e. S
lotaia as linn n "
Totalg 29 424 13 4
-Lgjola out, hit by batted hll
Philadelphia 04400211 01
New Vork 44400090 00
Two-baa, hlta: Oldrln. Witt. Walah. M-.
Innla Three baaa hit firlna Sarrlflca
hlta; Pick, l.gjole. Buah. Dubl playa; Oll
hooley to Plpp; Boona to Oedaon. Oedeon
to Plpp; Witt to Mflnnla Baaea on ballg:
Off Caldwell, h, oft Buah. 8. Earned rung:
Off Caldwell. 4 Struck out: By Caldwell,
I, by Buah, 3. l'mplraa: Evana and Nallln
St lilla Pox Beat Tlgera,
Detroit, June 1 --Chicago won tha la at
same of the aerlea from Oeiroit. today, 6
to S Tha third Inning dechlrd the contaat,
tha W'hlta So acnrlnt four runa on two
hlta and two Tiger arrorg In that aeaalon
Jr. Jai kaon got a triple, two alnglea and a
baaa on hal'a In four tlmea up. maklnf a
total of nlna aafeilea regiatered by him In
aa manv .onfecullta tlmea at bat Score.
A B It O A E A B H O A F.
Biiaha I 0 J I lMurphy rf I 1 S 4
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Ordered To Eeturn
Fine To Rierffs Bank
Washington, June L The district
supreme court today held that Comp
troller Williams may not retain a
$5,000 fine he imposed upon the Riggs
National bank and also held that
the comptroller may not impose fur
ther penalties, as the banks alleged
be had threatened to do. The deci
sion disposes of the undecided points
in the bank's celebrated civil suit
against Secretary McAdoo and Comp
troller Williams, in which it charged
them with conspiracy to destroy it.
Teutons to Pipe
Oil From Galicia
(Correapondancg of th Aaaoelated Preaa )
Vienna, April M. The oil fields of
Galicia are to acquire a new impor
tance in the near future, through the
construction of an important pipe
line, which will save maJ; railway
transportation in bringing the oil to
market. The line extends eastwardly
from the Drohobicz-Baryslav field
to Chyrov, which lies on the main
line of railway from Prremysl to
Budapest. It isv forty miles long and
has been built entirely by the Aus-tro-Hungarian
since the Russians were driven out
WHATTHE FLAG DAY
PARADE CALLS FOR
H. H. Baldrige Explains Origin and
Purpose of Observation of Old .
JUST FITTE PATKIOTIO MOVE
In order to correct a possible mis
conception, which the public may have
as ti the purpose for which a patriotic
demonstration should be field in
Omaha on June 14, Howard H. Bal
drige, chairman of the committee on
public affairs of the Commercial club
of Omaha, makes the following state
ment: "Celebration of Flag day was orig
inally the thought of Judge Henry A.
Mclvin, justice of the supreme court
of the state of California, who was
in IW grand exalteci ruler of the or
der of Klks. Acting upon his sugges
tion in July, 1907, James L. King of
Topeka, Kan., a member of the grand
lodge, called the attention of the grand
lodge of Elks to the suggestion of
Justice Melvfn, as embodied ih his re
port to the grand lodge of Elks and
recommended that a day be selected
as Elks' Flag day, and that the ritual
committee of the order be ordered to
prepare a short service for the same.
This was agreed upon and the 14th ol
June selected as Flag day.
President Proclaims Day.
"On the 14th day of June, 1908, tht
first Flag day was celebrated through
out the United States as a general
ticlirla., in all hr ll.ifi ctrler Tht itttf
has become more and more generally
observed throughout the country from
that-day to the present. The impor
tance of the day this year has been
called to the attention of the people
of the United States through Presi
dent Wilson's proclamation. The
executive committee of the Commer
cial club referred to the public, affairs
committee the question of making ar
rangements for a si'itble celebration
of the driy in conjunction with the
F.Iks lydge of Omaha, The public af
fairs committee is arranging tor a suit
able celebration to express the respect
of the people of Omaha for the flag.
"It will be a distinct patriotic dem
onstration, not with the idea of show
ing the thought of the people of the
city on preparedness, but with the
view of stirring up the patriotic en
thusiasm of the people at a time when
other nations are sacrificing so much
for the flags of their countries.
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