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REDS TAKE GAME
FROM THE CARDS;
RAIN IN EIGHTH
St. Louis Goes Down Before
Cincinnati Battery Losing
' Game by Score of Four
Cincinnati O., April 28. Poor
fielding by the Cincinnati team in the
eventh inning gave St. Louis today''
(tame, which was featured by the first
triple play of the season. The game
was called in the last half of the ninth
on account of rain, hcore:
ST. LOUia CINCINNATI.
ftmlth.cf 14 10 OOroh.Jb 4 1 1
Baird.Jb 4 11
Ilrnaby.aa 4 0 1
Crular.lf I . 4
Pauletclb 4 10
Hrayth.rt I I
Iberdell.p S 1 0
Wlflfflth.rt 4 1
ONeale.lf S 1
OBIkbra, 4 1
OAH.n.o 4 1
khnldr.p 1 1
. Totals II. 1111 1
; Total St II Sell I
t Loul 0 9 t 1 S 04
Cincinnati 1 t t 12
. (Called, rain.) . .
Two-bas bltsi Oroh 2), fl. Mas,
Smith, Nlehoff. Btol.n baac: L. Mae.
Saciiflae diet: Rou.b, Cha, Nlehoff.
Triple play: Orub to I Mag to 8.' Mage
to Allan. Lift en baiea: Cincinnati,.!;
It Loula, I. i'irat baae on error. : Clncln
latl, I; St Loula, S. Baeoe on balls: Oft
Schneider, 1. fltrock out: By Hrhneldcr,
I; by Bherooll, 1. Faaaed ball: Allen.
TEN OF OMAHA
: TRACK MEET
Ten athletes will represent Omaha
Central High at the state track meet
in Lincoln Saturday. State high
schools will each enter ten men, two
in each' event.
Coach Mulligan's ten men Lave not
been definitely picked, but will prob
ably be chosen from the following:
Noble. Mavne. McConnev. Maxwell.
Carson, A. Logan, T. Logan, Payn
ter, Johnson, Nelson. Swoboda, No
ble, McConney or Mayne will be en
tered for the 100 and 220-vard dashes.
T. Logan and McConney will be
counted on for place in the 440-yard
dash. Paynter and Swoboda are the
likely entrants in the half-mile run.
Nelson and , Johnson are doped to
make the mile run. , Maxwell and Car
ton art good for somasure counters
on the hurdle's. Noble' and the Lo
gan brothers are picked for the high
jump. T. Logan, Carsqn and Noble
re good men for the broad jump,'
Those entered in the half-mile re
lay will likely be McConney, Noble,
T. Logan and Johnson. A. Logan
and Maxwell "have shown themselves
best at the discus, while Noble and
Carson will sling the shot. Carson
and Maxwell will do the pole vault
ing' ".. .- :
McGillivvray Defeats Field
Of Eight in Swimming Race
San Francisco, April 28. Perry
McGillivray.of the Illinois Athletic
club, retained the .American 100-yard
indoor swimming championship here
today when he defeated a field of eight
competitors in 552-5 seconds in a race
sanctioned by the Amateur Athletic
t Normaa Ross of San Francisco fin
ished five feet behind McGillivray,
Clarence Lane of Honolulu was third,
with George Cunha. of San Francisco
fourth. McGillivray went Into the
lead at the start and maintained his
advantage until the finish. The race
was held in a 40-yard tank.
Miss Charlotte Boyle of New York
Uty won the woman's national 50
yard championship, with Miss Dor
othy Burns of Los Angeles second
and Claire Galligan of, New York
City third. The time was 31 1-5 sec
onds, and Miss Boyle's victory was
won only by a margin of six inches
over Miss Burns. Miss Galligan
pressed Miss Burns as closely.
Metcalf Clothing Team
Defeats Plattsmouth Men
The Metcalf Clothiers defeated the
Plattsmouth team, 4 to 1. The game
was head to head when the Metcalfs
scored four runs in the eighth, which
- . t . .
wag enougn 10 put tne game on ice.
1 METCALF' CLOTHES ,' PLATTSMOUTH
- A.B.H.O.A.E. A1B.H.O.A.E.
"oreen.ee S 1 S laaaeen.aa 1 0 S 1
1 OPoaall.ib 4 0 4 1
0 OEwardctb a 1 1 S 1
S OHaroid.e 4 SIS 0
OMaraon.lf.4 4 0 0 0
S OKeeklrUb S 0 T 0 0
t OMoCrty.rt .S 10 0 0
I, ORpackr.ef 10 1 0 1
Of OStmpeon.a I I I I I
Ttau st S IT It S Total SI SIT 4
riaiiamouiii .e 0 0 1 0 t 0 0 01
Jietoalts 0 0 t 4
Providence, 8, L. April II. Scorer
Washington Americana ..................
Boston Nationals I
BrMfeport, Cona April II. Score:
oatea Amerleans ................. T 11 I
AU Stare s 4
Baltimore. April II. The New Tork
ianta defeated the Oriole of the Interna
, Uonal league her today by the aeore of S
I a. .- . .
Kaaaaa City, April M. eora:
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Pemp Funeton ....... ........ 4 0 S
1 a-55Sff f'Sn'H
acout time, our
CAU WAS 0N4
NEARLY ONE OCIOCK:
Standing of the Teams
Beaton 10 I .IS
Cleveland ..OS .760
Chicago .... I I ."0
New York... I I .417
New Tork... 0 1 .000
Philadelphia.. S S .S00
Chicago S S ,I7
Cincinnati ... 0 4 .400
Ptttebarah ..4 4 .(00
Ht ..Loula... S 0 .250
Boeton ...... S S .200
Waahtngtoa.. 4 0 .400
Detroit ..... S S-.40A
Philadelphia. S T .100
St Ixmle.... I .140
Brooklyn ... 1 0 .100
Chicago, S; HU Loula, 1.
1 Detrolt-Cleland rain.
lit Louie, 4; Cincinnati, S.
Chicago-Pit teburgh rain.
American League Detroit at St Loula,
Chicago at Cleveland, Waahlngton at Boa
ton, Philadelphia at New Tork.
National League Pittsburgh at Chicago,
St. Louie at Cincinnati, New Tork at Phlla
dolphla. Boeton at frooklyn.
GIVES WHITE SOX
GAME IN NINTH
St. Louis Loses Three Straights
to White Sox; Threes
Games Posptoned '
St, Louis. April 28. Collins and
Jackson bunched two of the first hits
off Sothoron with a sacrifice fly in
theninth inning today, and Chicago
won from St. Louis, 2 to 1, This
gave Chicago the series, three games
of which were postponed on account
of rain. The score:
. -CHICAGO. ST. LOTJIS.
Oand 11,1b S
Feber.p , 1
1 Oerber.ia S
0 0 s
Total. IS 117 11 I Totala IS 11711 0
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 11
8t Loula. .....0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
- Twe-baVe hit.: Colllna. Stolen baaee:
Smith, rlarrlflra hits: Sothoron, Llebold.
Sacrifice 11 lea: Pleach. Doublet playa: Cot
Una, Weaver and Gandll. Left on baaea:
Chlcago, S; 8t Loula, 0. First base on
errors i St Louts, 1. Base on balls: Off
Kaber, S; oft Sothoron, I. Struck out:
By Faber, S.
Veteran Major Leaguer
Dabbles ii. Business End
Hommy McCarty, veteran major
league player and in recent years scout
for both Boston teams at one time or
another, who has taken a half interest
in the Newark International league
proposition, will act as manager of his
own team. The Newark team will
play its games at the old stand, Wied
enmayer park, the proposition to play
on the former Federal league grounds
in Harrison having been abandoned.
.School Kids Use Park.
The ball nark used bv Central
league clubs at Grand Rapids in the
past has been secured by the school
authorities and will be used as -an
athletic field and recreation center for
Grand Rapids youngsters.
GREATER OMAHA LEAQCB
Murphy-Dld-Ita 1 10
Krajlceki ,, .....1 I -
Longewayg. I l i
Armours J 1 o l
Holmes, White 8oi..,.l 0 1
C B, Metcalfs ........1 0,1
Beaelln A Son 0 0 0
P. W L.
Woodmen of the World. I ' 1 ' o
Stag .. i i
Central Furniture Store. S 1 1
Nat Caah Register ...1 l i
Morris A Co. , i i
W. Q. darks ......,! i
. N , P. W. ,L.
Sample-Hart 1 s 0
Florence Merchants ...I 1 0
C. B. Men'a Fah'n Shop.S 1 , l
etcvarrrej Motor Co, .1 1 1
Franklin Hgoe. ......S I S
Social Settlement ..,.1 o I
- BOOSTER LEAGUE
P. W. L,
Trlmbje Bros Jre. ,...l 1 0
Townsends ..........,1 1 c
J. a. Koota s 0
Paraiey CommU.lon Co.! J l
Homesteada 1 l l
Ramblers .1 0 t
Rlgga Optical Co. ....1 0 1
Barley-Da vldsone I o I
INTERCITY LEAGUE '
"V P. W. I
Dresher Bros. s 1 0
Dally Newt I ,i
Krallceka ......I ' I , 1
Phllltpa Dept 8tore ..1 11'
Graham Ice Creama ...I o I
K. A M'a o S
O&EATER OMAHA I.E.4GCE.
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Holmes' Whit Sox vs. Armourspost
poned. Murphy- old Its vs. Beeelln Son Post
poned. a .Lonsways. I; KraJIceka, .
cm LEAors. y
Alpha Camp, W. O. W va W. a. darks,
forfeited te W. O. W.
National Cash Register, 0; Bugs, 4.
Central Furniture store, 0; Morris A Co., 14.
Sample Harts, 10; Trimble Bros., 4.
' Social Settlement, I; McCaffrey Motor
Florence Merchants, I; Men' Fashion
Shop, 4. "
, BOOSTER LEAGUE.
Rlggs Optical Co, T; Townsends, T.
Eleven Innings. J
3. B. Boots, T; Rambler. S.
Parsley Commission Co., I; Trimble,
Jrs., 4. t
Homeataads, tli Barley Davidsons, IS.
DiTEB-CTTT LEAGUB. .
Xrajloeka, Jr T; K. A M 4.
Dree her Bros. Si Phillips Department
tore, t. Ten Inning
ily Msw. Sj Orahasa Je Crwas, 4.
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1" 1 OH! DAUGHTER.
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BIG SCORES MARK
SUNDAY PLAY ON
Jack Frost Causes Postpone
ponement of Many Games;
Pitchers Fear to Cut Lose
,on Frigid Day.
By FRANK QUIGLEY.N
Evidently Jsclc Frost is playing hide
and seek with the members of the
Omaha Amateur Base Ball association
for it is a sure plunge he was in the
neighborhood yesterday. Lool at
mosphere conditions were respon
sible for the postponed games.
Some of the cherry smashers are
not in love with nursing a sore lunch
hook and aching bones, consequently
these sugar coated animals found a.
more approp late place to spend their
Hours ot leisure yesterday atternoon
But the balance are hungry for
base ball and Christmas weather does
not toss them off the track and even
the fans are ready to gobble up the
brand of base ball dished up, even it
it is necessary for them to jig around
in their heavy togs in order to re
main comforlable during the show.
Some Brave Jack Frost. .
Of course, the stands were rather
bearish, but there was quite a bunch
that decorated the side lines at the
various municipal lots.
With one exception all the games
in the major league were postponed
the exception being the bout between
the Krajicckj and the Council Bluffs
All the battles billed in the Ameri
can league were pulled off. The
largest score in this league was com
piled by the Sample Harts. Said crew
danced over the pan with 26 runs,
while the opposition gathered
in this battle McKeague, a
stranger in these woods, introduced
himself by belting the pill to the
reiHOte corners of the lot. Durinp
the argument he collected a pair of
drives for the limit and two for the
half way station. Pinault twirled
grand ball, keeping the slugging
Trimbles low in the belt 'eni column.
All Boosters Play.
The Booster league came over the
hill with a clean slate. Four battles
billed and all delivered.
The four.glimmed Riggs Optical
gang battled for eleven rounds with
the Townsends and when the curtain
was pulled it was found that each
contingent had picked up seven
counters. This is the initial knotted
battle of this season going eleven
Only 44 runs was 'the total am
massed during the Harley-Davidson-Homesteads
jamboree. The Home
stead kids showed spurts of speed and
copped the heavy end of a 23 to 18
In the Intercity leaorue the'Dailv
pews children were busy pumping air
to make tne grade around the paths.
This bunch rolled up 35 runs while
the Graham Ice Creams hooked 4.
Well, ice cream doesn't travel at a
fast clip in cool weather, just wait
until the torrid days roll around and
the Graham Ice Creams wjll uncover
the real article.
t Another wrangle went over the
limit jthe quarrel between the Dresn
ers, and Phillips Dept. Store, the
Dreshers copping the long end in the
10th stanza by 8 to 5. -
i Kraijs Go Fast
Although the Kraijiceks of
Greater Omaha league looked
tail-enders to many when the
rang they are still erabbin
gravy. Yesterday they trimmed the
much touted team across the pond,
namely the C. B. Longeways, to the
tune of 9 to 5. .
In the City league Morris & Co.
upset the dope of the Central Fur
niture Store antKwon, while the Na
tional Cash Register handed a lemon
to the Stags: Last season the Stags
had a clean slate until close to the
Next Thursday the American league
will convene and settle the disputed
game between the Florence Mer
chants and Trimble Bros. x
The . principals . of the various
schools have been looking for Joe
Waverin, who has charge of the en
closed,parks, jointly with Jacobs and
Isaacson. It, seems as though they
are anable to get Waverin when
needed. rUiiey an use the parks for
the school kids at a,ny time, accord
ing to Waverin, whether or not he is
Mathewson Declines Offer by
Y, M. C. A. of Post in France
m Cincinnati, April 28. Christopher
Mathewson, manager -of the Cincin
nati Nationals, announced that he will
remain with the local team for the
prejentat least and will not accept
the invitation of officials of the Y M.
C. AJto go to France and" promote
baseball among American soldiers
over there. - ...
At Little Sock. 0; Chattoonaga, I.
At Mobile, ; Birmingham, i.
At New Orleans, 4; Atlanta, I.
At Memphis. 4; Nashville, t.
At Memphis,' 4 Nashville, 1.
game. . . j.
OMAHA, MONDAY, APRIL
"Upstairs and Down" at fhe Boyd.
"Upstairs and Down." a comedy in
three acts, by Frederick and Fanny
Hatton, under direction of Oliver
Morosco. The cast:
Anthony Ives Mr. Fred, TicTin
Nancy Ives (hi wife).... Miss Frances Ring
Robert Van Courtland....Mr. Orlando Daly
Elsie Hunt, a widow.. Miss Roberta Arnold
Elisabeth Chesterton. .Miss Ann MacDonaJd
Alice Chesterton, her debutante sister
Miaa Frances Mann
Tom Cary, Ives cousin.... Mr. Paul Harvey
Captain Terence O'Keefe, of the English
polo learn Mr. Robert Ellis
Sprang, the butler. Mr. Herbert Aahton
Plorre, the chef Mr. Herbert Far J con
Rosalie, Mrs. Ives' French maid
Miss Helen Blnnot
Nelly, the parlor maid.... Miss Elatns Ivans
Craig, a chauffeur Mr. Alec Uuln
Louis L Tour, O Keefe's man
Mr. Louis Christy
A matron of some experience and
considerable range of observation
says the Hattons did not invent any
thing when drawing the "baby vam
pire character lor their snappy
comedy; they merely took her from
life, and that the sort is not at all
uncommon s in these supersophisti
cated times. At 19 one may be but
a debutante, and demurely submit to
being called a child, and yet know a
whole lot. And why not, when "Up
stairs and Down" and similar feats of
dramaturgy are spreading the knowl
edge that used to be gained in otlier
ways? The child who attends the
theater with anything like assiduity
nowadays may easily be much wiser
at. 19 than her grandmother was at
90. Heigh-ho 1
Declining io register amazement at
any suggested precocity on part of a
New York girl who knows her way
about, one may yet obtain a lot of
real satisfaction while watching this
cleverly put, together play. It may or
it may not express with fidelity some
thing pf the doings of the rich who are
idle, in a manner of speaking, but who
employ their waking hours more in
frivolity than in useful efforts; who
do a lot of indecorous things, but ex
pect from their servants th primmest
of demeanor at all times, and express
horror at the thought of anything
going on below stairs of the nature
of the program of the day upstairs.
Allowing for the frankly disclosed
inconsistencies of the play, one may
rejoice that it is handled by a com
pany of exceeding ability. . Robert
Luis, as the vagrant breaker of hearts
who is at last caught in the net, is
handsome, dashing and of a manner.
and gets better as he leaves off flirt
ing and becomes serious in his love-
making. Paul Harvey, a mountain of
a man, conciuaes a reauy good ex
hibition of good-natured, sincere
awkwardness with a bit of cave man
wooing that brings shouts of glee
from the watchers. Louis Christy, as
valet to the popular Captain O'Keefe,
like master, like man," makes love
to everything wearing petticoats be
low stairs, but foozles at the finish.
His LaTour is one of the glistening
gems, in the! ensemble of brightness.
rred liden, often commended for
sterling work; Mr. Ashton. Mr. Far-
jeon and Mr. Guin all have a share
in the excellent result attained.
On the other side, Miss Frances
Mann does the baby vampire to the
finish; she lies and cheats, and finally,
in the moment of her triumph she re
lents; through pity of herself alone,
and following her selfishness to the
end, removes the obstacle that stood
between . two Joving hearts, her
sister's and that of the captain. Miss
MacDonald plays the sister with judg
ment and good effect Frances Ring
is very good as the wife who wearies
of the social round and seeks her hus
band's sidCat last, while Miss Arnold,
Miss Sinrott and Miss Ivans add to
the joy of the evening in many ways.
Vaudeville at the Orpheura.
The Orpheum appears toe cele
brating home-coming week this
week. The five prominent acts of the
Sven on the bill are old favorites in
maha. - . '
First olace troes to Will Cressv and
Blance Dayne, who are making then
annual visit to theOmaha playhouse,
this time appearing in Mr, Cassy's
satire on newspaper liie, "The Wyom
ing Whoop." This is the sketch
which deals with the Wyoming editor
who pacifies his irate subscribers with
the aid of a "six-guri." But while the
story remains the same Mr. Cressy
has re-vamped the lines to introduce
more modern topics despite the fact
that the war wasn't on when Wyom
ing editors carried their artillery
dangling from. their waists. But the
audience didn't notice it or perhaps
didn't care, being thoroughly satis
fied with the sketch anyhow.
After a brief excursion into the
field of musical comedy, Harry and
Emma Sbarrock have returned, to
vaudeville with their "fair ground
fakirs" skit - The Sharrocks will al
waya find favor, because , they per
form about as startling feats of men
tal telepathy as any such, acts with the
additional merit of providing 20
minutes of genuine fun.
Paul Morton and Naomi Glass' are
seen once more in their pleasing
musical satire "1918-1950." Al Shayne,
with tne capable assistance of an un
named co-worker, furnishes several
minutes of rollicking enjoyment with
his nonsensical burlesque. William
De Marest and Estelle Collette play
the violin and cello well and De
Marest's comedy capers and trifling
talk provokes constant - merriment
"Color Gems" is a novelty posing
sketch which is gVeatly enhanced by
clever electrical work and lighting
DON'T Too Think
T- AJOUT TlNlP
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effects. Claude Roode is a slack wire
Orpheum pictures show . views of
the Philippines and Tunis, Africa.
Before the nerformane Knnrlav -a
Khuge drop bordered with American
nags ano containing the words of
"America" was dropped and the au
dience joined in tne singing.
Bill at the Empess.
"Inbad the Sailor," a grotesque im
agination rOf Arbian Nights and
presented with a splendor of mys
terious Moonsn architecture, is an
unusually clever, clean-cut comedy
that is heading the vaudeville pro
gram at the Empress for the first
half of the week. The offerinsr is
presented by Arthur Huston and
company, composed of a capable cast
of funsters who delight in keeping an
audience guessing. Their efforts to
amuse were met "with hearty approba
tion at Sunday's "performances. "In
Their Yesterdays" is a singing and
talking skit in which Rawson and
Claire are featured. The Darktown
Dancing Masters," Marshal! and
Covert, sing, dance and talk. Jane
Kane presents an offering of singing,
rnmerlv and rlanri'no- thar i.e Hplio-ht.
fully refreshing. Gladys Brockwell in
"Her One Mistake," Bud Fisher's
"Mutt and Jeff" cartoons, and "The
Spirit of the Red Cross," showing
what is happening "over there," are
features on the photoplay program.
Promises of the Press Agents.
Lothrop For the last times Today Bessie
Barrlscale will hold forth at this theater In
her first Paralta picture "Madam Who?"
She play the role of a southern spy, dur
ing the Civil war, and when caught she Is
made to marry a maaked man as her
punishment, not knowing who her husband
Is. Tueaday will be Mary Pickford In "The
Suburban Douglas Fairbanks In "Headln'
South" will be the attraction at this theater
today and Tuesday. Fairbanks is this time
a cowboy on the plains near the Mexican
border, and performs . many daring feats on
horseback, Frank Campeau and a splendid
cast la shown In the support
Grand William 8. Hart In "Wolves of the
Rail" will be the attraction at this theater
today and Tuesday. TVs star portrays a
railroad detective, when he cleans up a bad
division of bandits In true hero atyle. Of
course there is a love story Interwoven and
there are thrills a plenty. A good comedy
will also be shown In connection.
Boyd If ever there was a time that all
roads lead to the Gayety theater that time
is positively this week during the engage
ment of Lew Kelly (Prof. Dope.) and the
Behraan show. The past two days, in spite
of the Inclement weather, have demonstrated
that Mr. Kelly' 1 : al admirer consider no
such condition as a barrier to enjoying his
peculiar style ot comedy,. He Is well sur
rounded with clever people particularly
with such favorites as Mr. Casmore. Misses
Payne And Marlon and the new-comer, Marie
Sparrow, who turns the house topsy turvey
at every performance. Mr. Kelly Is telling
of his observations during the Hun air raids
In London. Ladles' matinee dally all week.
In the Silent Drama.
Strand Two women and a man! The
situation as old as the hills, but capable of
as many treatments as the varying shapes
of the hin themeselvesl In Sessue
Hayakawa's latest Paramount release,
'Hidden Pearls," which was shown at the
Strand Sunday and Is on the program today.
the "eternal triangle" crops out again, but
with the expert acting of the Japanese
actor and his well chosen cast I as good
as new. Charlie Chaplin, In his only new
comedy "A Dog's Life," has been held over
for these two days by the unprecerented
demand experienced last week.
Ron Carlyle Blackwell will hold forth at
this theater today In "A Leap To Fame."
LAST TIMES TODAY
. Last Tims Today
"A LEAP TO FAME"
Tues. Bessie Barriscale
'The Floor Below'
WLS tflth& DOUGLAS,
K V A
The story Is a modern one with just a touch
of the world war, though that Is not the
main theme. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew
will also be shown In a comedy, and the
latest Sun screen telegram completes the
bill. Tuesday, for three days, comes Bessie
Barrlscale In "Within The Cup."
Muse Today Mabel Normand will be seen
at the Muse In "The Floor Below." It Is
a sensational drama of mystery, love and
laughter, filled with suspense and excite
ment also keeping the big secret until the
very last minute. Tom Moore la the leading
Hipp Ella Hall will be the feature at
this theater today in the Bluebird photoplay
"A Mother's Secret" The story tells of the
experiences ot a mother whose husband has
been killed In action and who Is accused of
being a spy. It Is full of action and heart
throbs. Tuesday and Wednesday comes
Gladys Leslie In "Little Miss No Account"
Hamilton Baby Marie Osborne will hold
forth at this theater today in "Daddy's
Girl." This picture is promised to be up to
the same high standard of her former
offerings. ' Lonesome Luke will also be on
the bill in "The Lamb." Tuesday comes
Bessie Barrlscale In Madam Who?"
Wattles Tells How to Prevent
Flour and Meal From Spoiling
. Inasmuch as hot weather produces
spoilage in flours and meals, Gurdon
W. Wattles, federal food administra
tor, offers suggestions to prevent
losses during the hot weather months.
Especially flours and meals contain
ing high percentage of fats, moisture
or outer coatings of the grains are
liable to spoil ad to conserve these
food commodities Mr. Wattles sug
gests: "Buy in small quantities, as out
lined by food rules and regulations;
see that the flours and meals are in
good condition when bought; keep in
a cool dry place at all times; use tins,
or covered jars for containers, scalded
and perfectly dried; use two contain
ers if possible, always putting fresh
purchases in a clean container and
never mix the residue from the pre
vious purchase with the fresh lot;
sterilize before putting into the con
tainer, by placing the meals or flour
m a shallow pan and heating slowly
in an oven, then cooling before put
ting into the container. '
Draft Fails, So Mulligan
Joins Medical Service
Eddie Mulligan, shortstop last year
with Kansas City and sold to Chat
tanooga during the winter, is now
in the army medical service. He was
supposed to have been caught in a
draft quota to go to camp several
weeks ago, but not being called he
secured .permission to select his own
branch of service and enlisted at his
home in St Louis last week.
DeWitt Man Has Hand Badly
Bitten Dislodging Coon
Beatrice, Neb., April 28. (Special.)
Sidney Rossiter; a resident of the
De Witt vicinity, had his hand badly
bitten 1y a coon which he was trying
to dislodge in a hollow tree
He finally captured the animal, but
it lacerated his hand in a number of
places before he landed it safely.
Senioyj Give Class Play.
Syracuse, Neb., April 28. (Special.)
The senior class of the Syracuse
High schooi presented their class
play, "Catching Clara," to a packe i
house last evening at the Syracuse
Last Time Today '
ELLA HALL in.
"A MOTHER'S SECRET"
Today and Tuesday
WILLIAM S. HART, in .
-Wolves of the rail." '
Last Time Today
. BESSIE BARRISCALE ia
"MADAM WHO V
Today and Tuesday
Douglas Fairbanks, in HEADIV SOUTH."
Friday and Saturday, "THE KAISER."
Today BABY MARIE OSBORNE
A ia ''DADDY'S CIRLV .
I SaBSBSSSSBBSS S 14.
If 5Wr J,
OFF ANOTHER. MONMt"
YOUR HEALTH l NOT VERtf
COOP ANO l ATE HOURS
Hand Balljournament Will
Start at Y. M.C. A. This Week
A hand ball championship tourna
ment will start this week at tin
Young Men's Christian association
Winners wrfl receive silver and bronze
medals. The championship of the city
will be determined by the outcome ol
the tournament, af the winner will
meet C. G. Linn, title holder, in tho
challenge round. Thirty-two entrants'
Wheat Conditions Favorable.
Edgar, Net., April 28. (Special.)
State Crop' Inspector A.-E."Anderson
was here yesterday looking over tho.
wheat prospects for this copimunity.
He rports that the wheat has very
materially improver since his last in.
spection and that there will be a fairly
good yield cf grain if future' condi
tions are favorable.
Player Breaks Leg.
Cambridge, Mass., Aprjl 28. Joe
Fischer, second baseman of the Har....
vard base ball team, broke his right
leg above the ankle in the game which
Harvard won from Princeton, 8 to 7,
Army Gets Beck.
First Baseman Fred Beck, forme
major leaguer, then withlhe Feds and
later in the minors, winding up at
Peoria last year, has been called for
Gould CaugLt in Draft. .
Pitcher Al Gould, released to Salt f
.Lake by Cleveland, has been caught
in the draft and has been notified by
his draft board at Muscatine, la., to'
report for service early in May.
, Devoted to
BRILLIANT MUSICAL BCBLESQHB .
Twice Daily K Mat. Today
Final Performance Friday Nits
Jack Singer Offers
At erary pirformtnce Mr.
Kelly will relate hit thrilling
experience, during the sir
raid, in London. ,
I tow tnis Ii the bent Behman mow
In yeara. The latest addition. Marie Spr
row. really is some bird a veritable riot.
Bhe'a a mixture of Marie Dressier and
OLD MAN JOHNSON. Mgr. Gayety.
, Evenings and gun. Mat., i, SO, 7Sc, SI"
KaMats 15 and 25c
Chew Gum II You Like, But No Smoking
LADIES' AT ANY WEEK
TICKETS UI DAY MATINEH
Baby Carriage Garage In the Lobby
VAt'ttKVU.I.K AMI I'O'l'Ol'l.-i"..
AKfHl B HLSTON & CO.
Present "INBAD THB SAILOR."
A Spectacular Phantasy of Modern
BAWSON & CLAIRE :
"In Their Yesterdays."
Ringing and Talking.
MARSHALL ft COVERT
Darktown Dancing Masters. '
MUTT ft JEFF CARTOOV.
WILLIAM FOX f - m 1 --J-
"THE SPIRIT OF THeTiED CROSS'
, MOTION PICTURE.
By James Montgomery Flagg.
THE REALMS BEYOND THE SENSES
The Reality sl flis Usteea Deaositrattd by
Elaberats State Experlaent ,
Three Lectin, by
Dr. Frederick Finch Strong
Lite Lecturer es Electricity. Tiffs CelHss Bortos
Tset.. April 30, 1:15 P. M 'Fere and Matter
Is the Unaeea."
Wadneeday, May' I. IMS P. M., "Life and Intel.
Ilaesc Is the Unteen."
Thsreday, May 2, 1:11 P. M, Selsse sl the
Each Ltctart lllartraled by Spectacular "
402 Lyrle Bide.. 19th sad Fsraasi
Coon Tickets, 11.00. ' Slnile Adsrietlos, Ke.
WILL M. CRESSY A BLANCHE DAYNE,
PAUL MORTON A NAOMI GLASS, AL
SHAYNE. HARRY AND EMMA SHAR.
ROCK, DeMarest A Collette, f Color
Gems," Roodia It Franc, Orphetun
Popular Matinee Wednesday, $1.00
The Merriest. Brightest, Snappiest
Comedy ol the Year.
"UPSTAIRS AND DOWN" 4
By Frederick and Fanny Hatton.,
Nights. 50c. 75c. Sl.OO, $1.50 -
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