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TllK IU.iv OMAHA, KDM.SD.W, DWKMHKU 4. mi
WALKS AND STRIKEOUTS
Chicago Gets Largest Number of
Bases on Balls in National.
NEW YORK SECOND IN EACH
Clnrlntmtl I, mils Circuit tilth l.nxT-
umht-i ii f 5lrlUriiitl
V-littknril l.rntl I.rnRtif
"Hit tSS WnlUi.
NKW Vo'RK. I'm.. 3. -Among Nnttoiml
'Htnie villi riilcAKo pioritl moM hy tttr
lHclcof I'ontrol of opposing pitch!- dui
Ihft the l!12 Pea-im. lU'Cordlng to the of
flelnl tvcordK of hasm on balls and strike
out, issued today, at .'atlon.il lpasln
Iipsdn-Urtf-rs. The Chicago team received
bnvx on halls, an average of 3.SS pr
'min. Cincinnati had the least number
f strikeouts. 492, ati nveiaee of 3.1 per
stunt-. New York finished second-In both
'Inns, recelvtnc M passes and' hfivltis
''J strtkeouts. I
Slitickard tops the list In resrivlnir
lt. outfruess'nc the pitcher 122 tinier
'it US games. HiiRsIn-, with 7 passes lit
l'-11 pimes. also stands prominently. Other
Knott wallers were Paskert, Beschei".
Tltti!. ISvers, C.irty and Ueaoli. Pitcher
Kenton did not receive a pas') In -the fifty
fames he played.
Hvers Is the leader in the least num
ber of strikeouts, 18 In SIS games, an
average of one In eight iramcs. Doyle of
New Tork Is a close second, with 20 In
US games. E. McDonald of Boston had
the greatest number 91 In 121 ganms.
Mm fans. Tinker, Knabe. Meyer. Out
shaw. Mclean.- Olhson and KHIIfer have
low figures. Zimmerman, who led the
Ii-jvcuu in butting, struck out so times ind
received RR lme on balls.
rum a,h-on.bai,us hkx)ru.
in fojjmr a .x.
I Ul'.t I'
'f the iMStion i
rrlit book worth a dollar to Uiret belt each wek. USjU your
Daff-rdlU Sdltor, Tilt Bet. Stm Th Sunday Be for .prlt winners.
SMOKE ORDINANCE OFFERED Nineteen Years Old,
Provides Tor Creation of Office of Married Tlll'66 TillieS Mow Yoi'k St.llflfint.S
uiofK,, ruu jiUHUj tlilll 11011 Ul 111111
,HE WILL BE PAID IN FEES
Carrie Hmitell. The Oeorgta-If Omaha
needs Improvements, what tlws Kondu
laoT If one goes to Lincoln for a good tlmo.
when he Is ud should he go to Veulnc
J. A. 'l.ouies. Verdcl if "Tom and
4orry" caused a rougn ht.iin-, xx-tiiiltl 'Vir
us Ma Dare?- '
Should the coffee drum and the stove
ripe, would the dlh va.g, ttie "ewer clog
and the Merry Widow Valtr?
i Nathan Miller, iMte 13wrt.11 ?treel If I
i the statue of Ubor'ty vs .Hal. xoild I
111- Ihitlt's Will lie to liiit-tl Itullil
I'nun llcltir. mul (lei- I'tHiipl
Mini nntl tiiiipt-l InMitlltt- i
Inn lit ppllnu-.
I ! Wadd.ll. llcwkViie-lf a tree
vuMild a Jolimiy.pf-np.Mp.'
Mrs. K l.umpkln, .lWirnclflc Street- I
It Mr. Wattles refnsesto put on more
stteet cats. Wattle the "people do. or will I
the Coninicrcl.il club "him?
Clnrlei Mraalm. Uavt.ntux "If
omU wore her eld summer tecket.
Dcls-xvnrt li- "sVxv Jersey?"
.toii in!d. Jl Cam Street -tr
neurit-; Chrlstnni!r would tht. old
Ity shop?, ,'
Mis. W. W. Miller. M.t lArlnmr., Av-nue-A
young colored fel'ow sat.i his
father. "Ah vnxnlr to know- 'holii thu
, all, the stenogiaphers would iinlt the
I . J. uiinner, 2SJI Kranklln Slieet I .stilt e tnsimn.w ..,.,.... ..j... ..
If tho Omahn pool hall should close on,! l.ovc-Haskell?" "Ali-nian-son." the father
Sunday, would the picture show? .Replied.
If nil places of amusement should close I ' - '
on Sunday, would the church service Vyrlo Cudwell. Wnlthlll-lf a i.stlti claa
iservc-us)? ' j ere out boat Mdliif?'.wli(Hd,OI.'lo?
Tt u. boy woe: socks, would-, yod cJI
S. W. Thurbel-. Tecumseh I am tho , th'm 'boloijna1 (be-low-nceV? I
nas noi gxine uaiiy over daffy- I if a lady was caught stealing.
d"'8- the policeman Caesnr?
Kvuns, St. louls us
Mauser, St, lMlia 133
S. Mbkco, riilladclphla
Byrne, rilt.ibuich inn
iCravuth, 1'hlludBlphla 1
JioTHti, iirooitivn 1M
Games. Halls. Game, i J""
Merkle, New York...
Klctcher, New York.,
! li. Mngcc, St. Uiuls..
J. smith. Ui-ooklyn...
Chicago 152 R X6S
New York 1M r.U 3.31
St. Mollis 153 U 3.S3
Hrooklyn 153 W 3.W
Cincinnati 155 179 3.(TI
rhlladclnhla. 152' ; 3-i
Hosthu .' 15f 4-M
l'lttsburgh , 152 . 420 2.70
CIA'IJ 8TIUKB-OUT rttjconu.
No. Strike- to
Games, outs. Game.
Cincinnati 155 Wi 3.17
Now York ; 151 497 3.13
PHtslnirgh 152 5U .1.3$
ITrooklyn 153 fi8t 3.SS
St, Isolds 153 (20 1.05
I'hlladelphlR 152 . 1115 4.05
,'lilcago 152 i B15 1.W
Huston 15 ' r'W
The base-on-balls and, rU-lke-uut ' rec
ords of the players who- participated In
forty or more gnmes aro given below.
Slieckaid of Chicago has tho unusually
high total of 122 bases on halls In lit
tames. Mugrilns', ' with eighty-seven
pisses In 120 gajiies. also rates high.
Other good "waiters," as Shown by the
records, ;ire Tltu's,. Moran and J. Smith
nf Brooklyn'; Paskert. Uescher and Uae$,
Carey and UveVs. Xlmmernian sccurxd
but', thirty-eight passen In llo games.
Ktrke, one of the .300 hitters, drew only
nine bases' on balls In 103 games, Kllllfer
four passes in- ,elghty-flve. games, and
Kelly two in forty-elgit games. wHIlo
l'ltcher Benton failed, to reach first on
balls In fifty games. Murray, Fletcher,
J. O. "Wilson, Campbell, Marsans and
Dooln nre players, who, presumably,
would be helped 1n the batting averages
h.v the exerrlse of krcterpatlenee.
In the'lrlkq-bMt'Vrffofds, T3verk, is
charged with Jjut eighteen strlke-outs In
143 games, or an ave.rngo of ono to every
eight sanies ployrd; IXiyle of New York
ls ii close second with twenty strlke-outs
In 143 gamos. Others with low n.vprages
In thin line aro vIfyers, Knabe. Tinker.
Marsnns, ("nitshaw, McJ.ea.i. Gibson and
Kllllfer. 12. McDonald of BostiHi struck
out ninety-one times In 121 games', Sheek
n,rd was next with elghtj'-one, ami Carey.
Schultc, Cravath. Merkle.. Jackson,
and even the champion Ximmetmnn are
shown by the records as having been fre
quently retired on three strikes. The In
dividual records are:
o n.n. s.o.
153 f.S !;
ticcker. New York..
Wheat, llrooklvn ixi
- . .. . ...,. , llrlt
Hummel, Hrooklyn i:j
' IC. McDonald. Hoston 121
Muggins, ,st. i.oula la)
Al-cher, Chicago....'. iixt
Northen, 'Brooklyn lis
11. Miller. Hoston und Phil... lis
Monrey, St. l.ouls 1U
McCarthy, Pittsburgh Ul
Marsnns, Cincinnati no
Jaekson, Hoston no
Iveach. Plttsb'g. and ?hlc.,. ill
Kills, St. lionls loo
llouscr, Hoston .., uvi
Devdf-e, New York "....I0i5
Klrke, Hoston im
Cntshaw, Hrooklyn 102
McLean, Cincinnati 102
Willgo, St. l)Uls....l 100
O: Miller, Hrooklyn 9S
Grant. Cincinnati Dfi
lOlbs'in. PlttsbutBh. 95
W. Miller. ChicuRu Sfi
.lCllltfe.iv.- Philadelphia s.-,
I'lschcr. Hrooklyn ia
hmoni1, Cincinnati ss
Klfng, nflston , SI
Hntes, Clnclhnatl SI
J. Wilson. Pittsburgh..
T. Miller. Pittsburgh.. ..
I,uderus, Philadelphia lis
Mitchell, Cincinnati 147
Snodgrass, New York....,.,, lie
Doolaiii Philadelphia. Ufi
Sheckard, Chicago uc
7.lmmrrman. Chicago ur
Wagner, Pittsburgh us
Paskct, Philadelphia I4.r,
Daubert. Hrooklyn 145
Campbell, Boston u.1
Hescher, Cincinnati 145
Kvorn, Chicago 143
JJoylc, New York 143
Konetrhy. gt. l-ouis,.., 'its
Murrny. New York 113
Tinker, I'lilcago 142
Titus. Phil, and Boston 141
iteizog, New York 140
Schulte, Chicago 139
Oaker. St. I-oul.i 13i
ii Mrs. Peterson's Will
Knrlden, Hostun.. 7!
Sharer.' New Yoik 7
Uonllii, Plttflniruh. . 77
jTocjley. Hropklyiu. 77
i V, Smith. St. Luulsi 7r
1 Clarke, Cincinnati 72'
Dooln. Philadelphia KI
Downey. Phil, and Chic 67
I.obcrt, Philadelphia 3 '
A. Vllson, New A'oik fi.1
C. McUonald. .Cincinnati... f. fil
i Duly, Hrooklyn : fil
! O'HoUrke. llOKton..., l
j Krwliv Hrooklyn..., B0
Hofmau. Chic, and Pltt)h.. 53
Phelps, Hrooklyn '..62
Downs, Brooklyn ,SL Chic... Xi
j Walsh, Phlladclplili'... 51-
jCrandatl, New York 50 .
1 Severeld. Cincinnati So
I Heiilon. Cincinnati 50
IHIlHS, St. 1JUls , 43
i Breeiinhnn, St. Louis...". 4S
I Kelly, Pittsburgh 4i
iSallce, St. louls 4S
lllendrlx. Pittsburgh...., i
I Hyatt, Pittsburgh 1 40
Harmon, St. Louis 46
Alexander, Philadelphia 4fi
Uucker, Brooklyn 4T
Gowdy. Hoston 4
I Seal'on. Philadelphia 44
Hutler, Plttshnrgh 43
I Mathewson, New York , 43
j Marqiiard. New York t 43
''b'ronime, Cincinnati 43
I MC.Cor.mick, Now York.- 42
! Simon, Pittsburgh 12
Cheney, Chicago.'....- 42
Tyler, Boston 42
Suggs, Cincinnati 42
I Lavender, Chicago 42
iCutnnltc. Pittsburgh 41
iGeyei. St. Louis.... 41
1 Steele, St IaiuIs 441
COLLAPSES TELLING STORY
Franoisco Perry Falls Over in Police
Court Rehearsing Injury,
REPORTED TO BE DYING
Mil O-rr the llend tlli Two-l-'our
n II nntl. m Slmli)
of To-.ltf j liitr N Too .Hiirh
Potli-e Ciinun4elner ISvler 1ms Inlf-V
dueeil an ordinance de-finned to ertsite trie
jofrire of snick Insihoftor nnd di-riitltit
MSss-u,i pii-sors and dmlee The ordtininoe
sh4lud jni yt, discussed by tho coinnilSKlon Moo-
' ! Thlfc nnllnnce virovldnn that yxMiiiQ
If vy.iFi I tlve. steam rollers, dei-ilaks, hoists, idle
cdrloii I rtrlvors. euuCMle mlxorx. ttir Rttttos.
buildings umi apattmrnt nouses siihii ue
ij-eveiitrd from "smoking"
It fixes a, fine ul U0 to 5K.
' Tho Inspector slmll lv a inrclmulcal en-glliet-r.
His salary Is not named. His
duties are to Inspect buildings before and
nfter they are erected nnd compel the
InstklUliou of lrop-r appliances (o pre
vent dense smoke from escaping throli-rri
Ihf chlnineys. .
' The Inspector shall receive pay for Irt-qu-ctiotis
frqm l to M, depending on tho,
Jxitid of Inspection. He wlfl ulyc bond t,o
the city Inlhe sum of K.W for the faith
ful performance of the duties of his
' llrcent oomph-luts to the commission
that sevcial public and prlvute buildings
havt beconie a nuisance on account of tint
grertt volumnn of black smoko that Ihsus
froni them is responsible for the drafting
of the ordinance.
According to the provisions of the ordi
nance n chimney may smoke foisK min
utes a day. but no longer Kuch time tt
smokes thereafter shall constitute a scp
While rehearsing the scene In which
he received "u cracked skull at the' hands
of Hen Sykes on the evening of Novem
ber l, before Judge Foster In police court
this morning, branelsco Perry. .2 South
Twenty-eighth street, fell rrom tils chulr
unconscious and was rushed to his home,
wucrt It Is reported ne l) In u dying
Francisco luul been on the stand about
K three minutes nnd hod got to the. point
j' . in his story where Syka hit him across
4j I the ' htiifl with a two-by-4 plunk when
Jo I he keeled over. Ills wife and baby, who
27 J were In ' the court rotim at the tlmo
I rushed "Jo "the stricken man's side. Tho
I his aims
to Study Nebraska
The publicity bureau of the Commercial
i lub Is sending 1 copies of th( develop
ment cdltlBti of The llee to 'STew York
to be used In the hlwli sclp'oN of the MM
as text boik on isinimerelal geo;riipli .
The development editions are bolus mint
at the lw.ui-1 ..f tin- New V-vk i tat.
school i-onimlnloners who lmi- stirt.l
Hi - hliuly In (lit- high schools of modern
(ommei'i-Ui geogiiiphi relHlliiK to nilou.-t
sections of the I'lillwl Stt. The dnal
opnieut iiiiniVurs nf The 110. with utile'
lltfiaure mi hand nt the puhlle'.ty btirecln
vxlll be sent In atiwr In the leouest '
Nexer again ' .puitli prettv l leut
dd Grilo H.iWMi.l as she Wed a com
U'alnt AgMttist hev third husKsml In v-otlct-mirl
tr dtPturblinf the peaee. Goldle
-tltUMot mean that vlio Mould not file
another complaint, i.iit that she.lutd luul
her fill of husbands.
Goldle n- inmHwi when she 17
er.-i old She secured a divorce niter
six months if welded lifts and at the
age tf is HKOln beu'ine n wife, Hr
niontha with the second liHbnn.l
enough, when h. retlttoned for u il
vture anil was Kmnted II. On, hoe nine
teenth Mrlhi'av !( wedded Ito.v 1Io..m-(1
Two weeks after the weddlnc. i-ercmouv
P.oy left the y.iimg and still, bluh!nK
Thinking three trials at marriage, and
all failures, was enouirt., tjuldle ilehl4d ' v ,, VVagiirr. .Hslrtet frelglit ,igeVt '
to go to work ami not have anthln j)lf (,lUgten al Hurlluston. la., haf
to do with huhbv No three. A.-coidlngly ,,,,,,.,11111 iwijl'tnnt -rcnernl freight,
she sectlrnl emptnymeiii In 1. ietii.u,tnt I nm,xX , ) 'vo M. e 11. ll llolcvmK
an North Sixteenth street ns 11 waJtrtM. ' --.,, .1 , csneral freUhl .luent kt
Oniiha "en vears ago Jlr Wagner mus'
WAGNKR IS APPOINTED
TO HOLCOMB'S POSITIOfJ
ler-husband finding her thcie nn dv
I, sold to liavt, uhused hi--. This. Mik,
Howard i.ayis ho done 'ontlniall
unlll she can't stand it .my more, "ah''
Is going lo sue for the third dlxorce arid
Dlondcs and Brunettes
All Welcome New Shampoo;
it I'lUuluh wi he glad ne In
ri-r,i ld to leatn of a really suc
cessiul nalr suamiioo. Snatw fade
Ihw hair. Inline the roots make th
map s tai uil'l leuVe the hull
sti-lnej Tht so c ondition! aie caused
liv the alkull In soaps. A successful
pr.xlu. t has finally been made from
ii"- no nut and ot..er egetable
oils that gives a most wonlerful
IsliamiHio it Is known as Coconlde.
lni slnipiv tllsMolve a teaspoonful In
a tup of hot water antl shampoo in
the usual Ua) The result-! arc as
tonishing The hair liei omes wavy,
fluffy. In Iff !H and silken. 'I he tinlp
ik tit liuh.filll.. . r.-freshed mil all
Dandruff .jI.vipdchi Hut Miv bvsi
ail is tht nftcr-effect. The halt
mots art tn ivoratrd. growth pro
moted antl hull losi imnicat&lety
stopped, u ,u. '1 t x.-f where who
havt testrd thlo tMcgnlde aro enthu
lasth A flttv-.-eht -package Is suf
ficient for ten or Inuro eleg.int shnm-
Jpoo Anv ilfilgal-tt luis Coconlde in
1: 1. ..im 1, 1.1.
pun A ,1. . ' . ..i.iini,. S-. k','... (i.c
xvlittlfssle house. Any lady that real
ly rares about her hull- should ge;
some nt this Coconlde without delay,
but sot. 'I'd not be tatkM Into taking
soinrthlntr rln Instead n-i there Is
nothing that Is even similar In It. A
single trial proves ihls. It Is cfpmllv
us (food for mens anil children 1
local fieluht agent for the llurllngton at
Shenandoah, la. it A. Pence, chief elctfk
in tho Chicago policial frefght office. Hill'.
t-Jtnln Mi Wanner ul"Uurlliiglon.
HORX3 rEET, Corns. CslUmces, lluo
Ions. Fiosl . Hltes, .Vchlnu and Sweat
Keel. A spoonful ot Caloelde In the foot
bath gives Instunt lellcr. Get H 25c ho
at nnv ill iik store. -Adx-ertlsement.
baby, but 5, years old, burst Into a flood
of toais ami threw, her arms aroui)tl the
limp neck ot her father. She called lo
him 'o speak to"Titr and to take her In
but the father henfd tiot.
It llkllt-.l tl (Mm lloiitr.
Couit officials inovod the old gentleman
to tho city dispensary, xi-here he wun
given medlt-al attention and then rushed
him to h!s home In the police ambulance.
Ho xvas attended by Police Surgeon
According to Pyrry's stHtemont he wits
uttucketl by Sykcs. on the evening- of
November 1, White the former was uV
home ,.w!tll bin vylftt i'llid baby. Sykes is
aliened to have coine' to the door and
22 .auuTi-a: .the .Imntitdj. .".Perry stood U its
-!2 t lotuf '3a' 'ho cind'dVilltl hlshed lo tho tlooi'
jj ! whei)i. wa'a floo'rfd by a blow from u'
31 I large piece 01 Wtiotl. ins sunn was
II .....I a 1 .. ..... v. 1. 1 ..' In
.crat-hcu llliu llP'WMfl it,..-,., m-uiuui t.
'I hnl until lust Hkttlrilnv
Dr. IMxvson could give uo oilier icasoil
(or the old man collapsing In pollen court
than' the strain of the iJtnry when u
hearslng belmr ho leallstlc thut ho guv
way, Sjkes xvas bound over lo the dlHtrlct
court on a chiirg of nK.iult xvitn intent
S3 1 to ilo crcat bodily hurin under $7S0 bonds.
November was a remarkable month,
meteorologically speaking. The ttimpera
tin i xvas.inlld for the most pint, and,
while theie xvas some' cloudiness, there
was Hoventy per cent of siinshlno during
tint thlitv days. This Is considered un
usual for the eleventh mouth ot any
On only one day xvas theie any pre
cipitation recorded, that being till th
12th. when there xvas only .31 Inches of
rain. As compared with norma! this Is 11
deficiency of niolsiure iiinnuntlng to .76.
Tho accumulated deflcltincv moisture
since .lanuary 1, xvas only S.ill. This was
hardly noticeable dining the crop-growing
season, because the moisture wa so
evenlv distributed .
Tin. menu lunpuratnre for the mouth
whs 44 degree, which Is considerably
above the average. The wariiiesl tiny xvas
on the 9th, with 11 maximum of f' und
rile inlnlmu wus IS. recorded on the 2llh.
The prevailing vvlndt wore from the
south, with a "totul movement for the
thirty dnvs ot 0,3!. miles, an' nvoragn
hoilily velocity of only 8.0.
, :.the Shiverick Home
Klmcr Nevllln has bought the Shiyerlcli
home, a largo brick house, at thn soutli
east corner of Thlrly-rlghlh nutl Jonts
15. li. Moll", assistant cashier of the
MvrchuutH' National bank, has purchased
fioin W. M. Altltrson, a former Umnhii
real estate denier, now In Cnnada, the
large brick house ut 407 North Fortieth
street, lie paid, $7,000 for the house anl
xvlll use It for u lihme.
RED CROSS SEALS TO BE
SOLD IN STATE SCHOOLS
2i , Mia I'Mlinlm, In charge mf the dlstri
J? butloii of fted Cross tlrim!)" hut 3at re-;
Sj j reived a letter from Statu Siipcrlntendont
iDeltell giving her permission to send out
10! stamps to' all the nuperlntcndeiittj and
! j principals ot schools in the towns of tht
! state to be sold there by the teachers. A
few slates In tho union have done thl
.In the past and those pushing the nU
On4- nf PonAvrl ! of" the mamim hero huxe been anxious to
JUJ Ui XVlU-UJJl tl ! y,
! get this pilvllegr
CiilUtiriilii Wtintiiii Merloiisly Aliirineil
A aliort time ago I contracted a se
1 vine cold which settled on my lung's and
jonuHiM me a gleul deal of annoyance.. 1
j would hiix'e had inughlng Mpclls antl my
j lungs went so sore anil Inflamed I begun
to be seriously nliiriiicd. A friend roc-
oiiiuiendcd Cliaml-crlnlu's (!ougli, Itvm
ftly, saying "he hail mul It for years. I
bought u liottlo mul it relieved my cough
the flm night nnd In a week I was rid
of U10 colli nnd sorcnesH of my lunjs,"
vvrltett Allsa Miuie Clerbor. Savvlelle. 1,'n.l.
For Mile by nil denlcrs. - AilvorttHfinenl.
This Will Stop Your
, Cough in a Hurry
ST - by Mnklnc TbU Cough
Syrup at Home.
County Judge Hryce Craxvford has re
fused to udmlt In evldeiice a will of Mrs. ,
Kinma Peterson, wife of Sorcn T. Peter- I
son. which helra at laxv of Peterson
wished admitted. Peterson's purported
will leaves tlO.OOO to Mrs. Peterson. Hells
at law are trying to break the xvlll, con
tending Peterson did not xvrlte It. They j
I sought to have Mrs. Peterson'H will In-j
Jtroduoed In evidence, hoping to show that I
jits phraseology Is similar tb that of Poter-
iron's. Indicating that ilrs. Peterson drew ;
I her husband's will, using her own as 11 i
(model. 11. C. Hrome drew Mrs. Peter-,
Judge Crawford sustained objections of
'Mrs. Pelersun to the admlfslon of her
, will, the ground being that It was privileged.
Tin recipe makes a pint of better
cough syrup than you could buy ready
luatJe for $2.50. A few doses tuuully
conquer tho most obstinate cough
pie as it is, no better remedy can be had '
ut, my price.
.".lix ono pint of granulated eupur with
1-j pint of warm xvatcr, and stir for 2
minulr,. Put a'i ounces of l'inex (fifty
criits' iorlil in a. piut liottlc; then add
llin S'uf-ar Sxrup. It has a. pleasant 1
tasto ami lasts h family a long lime. :
Take a, tea?poonful every one, two or .
Vou can feel this take bold of a coiirIi
in it way that means business. Has a
pood lonio clTect, braces up the appctiU,
and is slightly laxative, too, xvhlch is .
helpful. A handy remedy for hoarse-
ness, croup, bronchitis, athma and all '
throat and lunp troubles.
The effect of pine on the njemhranci '
is xvcll knnxvn. Pincx is the most valu
able, concentrated compound of Nbrxvc
plan xvhito pine pxtract, and is rich in
Kuaiacol and all the natural healing i
pino elements. Other preparations will i
not work in this formula.
This Pinex and Super Syrup recipe haa ,
attained great popularity throughout tho .
United States and Cannda. It has often
been imitated, though never succejufullv. I
A puarantvof absolute satisfaclion. or ;
money promptly refunded, poes with this
recipe. our druppist has Pinerc, or xvill
pet it for -on. If not, send to The
Pincx Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Himself Into Jail
Joss Ie, Chinaman, made an Incision
in tlie traffic ordinance when h cut the
ct rner at SIMernth and Dodge street?,
lie's In Jail now
T.ee. when cautioned bj Traffic. Officer
Turner to clri umnax-lgate the Intersection
according to the Lateht approved fash
ion, showed u disposition to argue the
merits ami demerits of the ordinance.
Turner xvas not Inclined to snter Into
a debate, -jo he called the wagon, leav
ing the matter up to Judge Foster, who
xvlll hear Iec'a case In the morning.
Dodson is Planning
New Summer Resort
A summer retort In Kast Omalui 1 be
ing planned by W I,. Dodson, a local real
estate dealer, lie has leased forty acres
near the river, just cast of Carter lake,
from the Hyron need company and will
oon rtart the erection of a number of
bungalows and probably xvlll Install a
tniall amusement park. The land Is cov
ered vxith a beautiful cotton wood grove
0 ml Dodson xvlll try to inhabit It wth a
summer colony. Uo has leased the prop.
. xt for five years.
NEBRASKA MOVIE MAGNATES
WILL ORGANIZE ERE
Mo In pic I lie film exhibitors of N'e
i ra-tKi wl'i l.'d a .'kfntn.il in Otn u,.t
1 1 .'.lift 1' ' ie. map. ..t ut'
.r 1 ..I. I.) tVI I Ii. f.,, lu.'d ai
tl.. n r,li.
first in food value
ALL meats and concoctions of the best
chefs take a back seat when compaxed
in food value vrith a home-cooked dish of
Wnat a savory, wholesome, appetizing dish
it is I Made from Durum wheat, whose
rich gluten kernels contain the elements
that build brawn and brain,
Faust Macaroni can be served in many
delightful ways. Let it take the place of
meat dishes that are not nearly so good
for you. Write for free book of recipes.
At your grocer's Sc and 10c a package.
Maull Bros., St. Louis, Mo.
The Christmas Number !
Sunday, December 8th, Issue - ,
THE SUNDAY BEE
roiiiiiiiis n vendible bust of good tliinfcs. Tbe Oliristninn Spirit pervades the wbole is
siii.', nnd ( iiiH?Iy riiristinas stories is tbe vim tilt.
By MRS. JACK LONDON x
Illustration by Ptrcy E, Cowtn
As (he leadinjv feature of a C'Mivistnia.s liuinbov that is abounding in good
things we offer tbe first abort. nlory by Mrs. .lack London to appear in any
magazine. "TWO WHEEL" is tlie Htle--and it's a bvco.y South Sea yhi
In which ii raptnln tnriiH tho tiiblos c n hit ilo roltct crow Ity iiIuyiiiK iihout the oildeat
liinnlt Hi nt cvor cntero.1 n mnrlner'H lusiut. aliH, London 'iirovea In thin story thnt her
nolnil liunhnntl Ib not thn only out! I;i tho fani lly who rnu wrilo fiction, tor thla talc Ik
luiiiioiotiB, nnd rc-nlly flrnt-cliiHs huniorous In lot or tho na urn iih rnro tin hon'B teeth,
"TUB WUHEI," xvlll haVo n Hpoclitl nviioitl to th mulors of The Semi-Monthly Mo.ru! I Ms
Section, following us L does .Inck LouUon'ti xrout uhgrt story "The Cuptnln of tho Susitii
nrow" In tho !nnt Ishiio. I'oroy K, Oowcn t'ontrlhiitcH two llliiHtratlonn oh vlgorotm ns
thny ur HiniiHhift.
"PAPA POCHARD'S TREE"
By ELLIS PARKER BUTLER
Jllastratlona by Adrien Machefert
"Pigs is Pigs" was the most siiecessfiil laugh-producer contributed to
American literature in a docade. and I he" Papa Pochard's Tree" Iihb equaled
his earlier prrformiutr-o. The Breno la laid In PnrlH, but the humor In Irroslstlbly Anier
Iran. U In u Yuldtlde host In llsolf, Whon you rciul how I'npu Poohurd lout hid principal
huslntiBB nHtiot tho trco thut Blood In front of hn llttlo xvlnc Bhop.-nnd of his oxtraord
hiury ndventurca boforo ho got .a now one to suit lilm, you will agroe that no oiulorim
n;nt could ho too atrong for tlilu Hprlghtly tulu. Thu pIcttiri'H am by Adrlcn .Machefort,
this young Krnnco-Cnllfornln artist whoso work Ih mo rapidly growing In popular favor.
"THE COWBOY WHO WENT SHOPPING"
By THOMAS GRANT SPRINGER
Illustration! by R. C. Votburgh
The third big humorous feature of this issue is the entertaining and dis
tinctly ChrlntniaBy account of ths Cowboy Who Wonl Shopping. IJId you' over Btop to
think wliut would become of an uiiHophlBtlcuted moii of the grant outdoor- caught in tho
whirl of n department ntore bargain sale'.' Mr. Springer'-. Venterncr sota hln trallH all
tnnglod. Hp'h looking for eiderdown foot warmem and Ih offered everything olao from
('hrlslnms trors to Arctic boots. It's n veritable (ale of adventure und the merrlness of
It all In emphasized by the clover IllustrutloiiH thut uccompuny It. '
"A STUDY IN CHARCOAL
By CHARLES DANA GIBSON.
Tlie famous master of black and while art contributes a full-page study
In charcoal that will win your admiration and delight. This original Gibson draw.lng was
made especially for The genii-Monthly Magnzlne Section.
"THE LORD OF ALL"
By EDWIN MARKHAM
Edwin Mavkham, the author of "The Man With the Hoe", is generally
admitted to b America's foremost poet. Mr. Mrtrkham contributes a notable sonnet en
titled, "Tin Lord of All" for the Christmas number of The Hcml-Monthly Magailne Sec
This l-hrihlmas number's Contributing Editor is the ltev. Henry U.
Hose, anil his editorial contribution Is termed
"FREE SPEECH AND THE GOLDEN RULE"'
and Is a strong arraignment by one of the most eminent preachers In America on the
abuse of . the privilege of free speech.
Watch for tbe Christmas, cover design by M. .Nr. Grimbnllt3 It will make
you think of the time when you might liuvc been ono of the half-frlghtcned, wholly
curious, little night-gowned flguros who ara somewhat anxiously waylaTjng Snijta Glaus
by Um big fireplace. . T
From cover to cover a hiohI delightful Issue with something of Interest for every
member of tbe fanillv. 1
With The Sunday Bee,