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THE OMAHA' DAILY BEE; SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, ISOi. 19 SPORTING 60SSIP OF THE WEEK ! Second viae, sure. , Omaha haa Colorado Springs beaten out j IUI WJ m (WW - may succeed In fbslng Denver out of the first place. Thla la no mere stage joke, but la baaed on dope of the triple-extract f variety. Last Bunday the figures were puti ' llahed; then the next alx days law thera Termed. Denver and Colorado Springs played ten games Instead of. the eight scheduled, and broke exactly even. Just j ashad been calculated. Omaha and Sioux j City played nine games, and Omaha won I seven of them. Just a little belter than had been figured on In the doping. The best way It can be figured now, the race for the rag from now till the last game Is played two weeks hence Is going to be a hummer. And this with all due regard for the big lead Denver has piled up. '' i After the pennant Is won, the magnates will get busy. For that matter, they are all busy Just now. Papa BUI Rourke is J laying his wires for a team for next season. He has seversl problems to solve. $ Th rinmAnA Inf material In the bfsr laA.ucs has resulted la shooting the Omaha lineup pretty full of holes. . Brown Is going to St. Louis, as Is well known. Then Howard goej' to th Philadelphia Nationals, 'which makes a big gap in the Infield, and Harry Welch will finish tho season with the Washington Americans after the games are closed here. This bumps the outfield again. To fill these three holes, Rourke Is looking among the minors, and haa his grabhooks at work. Beaver of the Ottumwa team, who was to show up here on Tues day laat, seems to have gotten himself mislaid somewhere, for wires cannot reach him, but his presence In our midst Is still confidently expected. Some ether material Is lined up and the draft money Is ready to be paid over, so that pmaha will have a good team next season. In the cases of Howard and Welch, Rourke has stipulated In the sale that If either Is not used by the purchasing club, the player reverts to Omaha without any further negotiations. In this way Rourke has protected both himself and the player, for the lads will be thus ensured a thorough trial In fast company, end cannot be farmed out to any other minor team. During tha week Jack Pfelster put his signature to a contract for 1906 with Omaha. This makes the pitching staff look pretty good at this distance. Pfelster, Banders, Companion, Quick and Lelbhardt make as nice a quintette as a Western league manager could ask for. If the fielders oaa be lined up to match this, tha Rourke family will surely make the running for the Western next season. Much disappointment was expressed ocally that Sioux City should grab a double-header from Omaha on Thursday,, but that fact simply shows you that tha Sioux haven't burled the hatchet with any of tha teams yet, and may be expected to make a showing against tha best of them. The games were won by playing ball, and that's all thera la to It Tha Sioux have been and still ax dreadfully handicapped by the lack of team work. They haven't had the chance to develop the "Inside game," for they hare hardly been together long- enough to learn each other' names; the club roster hasn't been tha same for two consecutive weeks alt season, and .It Is out of the question that good work can be had under these conditions. Even . at that, since Tom Fleming has been,, hand ling the team ha has mad a stand against heavy Adds, and has mad tha best teams In the league hustle to keep ahead of him. Bo, It Isn't to be wondered at that this bunch grabbed a pair from tha local team. It Is likely to grab even more from Den ver and Colorado Springs befor tha close of tha battle. , vi, . , t Jack Thomas had an off week tn both departments, and the result of hla work shows In the statistics of th team for , tho season. Howard, Welch, Thiol. Carter, Goading and Schlpke all Ynade nice addi tions to the number of safeties they hate poled out during . th season, and the team average Jumped five points In con sequence. Twenty-Tour errors wer charged to the team during th nine games with th Sioux, and ten of these are set down against Thomas, who only played two er rorless '-games during the series. This ac cumulation Is .responsible for va slump of one point in the team's average, the only other to lose In their averages for th season being Quick and Schlpke, and their contributions to the total were insignifi cant. The statistics: BATTINQ AVERAGES Last AB. R. II. Av. Week Howard 530 M 166 .SU Welch 497 67 14 .29 Freese 148 15 4.1 .29S .3o Dnlan 4 4 61 124 . 272 .279 Thlel , 1X7 38 48 . 269 . 233 Thomas 622 7 1 .249 . 262 Carter 49 92 118 . 24. .240 Gondlng 356 41 84 .237 .219 Schlpke 470 62 1(3 .217 .213 Brown 138 11 2 .18 .1x3 Quick 66"" 4 10 .179 .208 Panders 47 6 7 .149 .1 Pfelster 97 S U .124 .122 Companion 60 7 .117 .111 Totals ......4.050 665 1,025 . 263 .248 FIELDING AVERAGES. Last O. A. E. TC. Av.W k. Gondlng 644 114 14 672 .979 .979 Thlel 73 15 2 90 .978 . 973 Thomas 1.801 69 4 4.416 .968 .972 Carter 211 25 12 248 . 952 .952 Brown 64 90 8 1 63 . 951. 948 Howard 226 247 83 606 .946 .945 Sanders 4 32 2 38 . 947 .9 ;0 Pfelster T 69 4 70 .943 .9:9 Companion .. 2 62 4 68 .948 . 917 Quick 2 46 I 61 941 .9.VJ Welch TO 14 17 .940 .9.17 Freese 221 80 19 270 .930 Mi tchlpke 119 2S1 41 461 .911 .9)3 Dolon 231 348 65 704 .9u8 .908 Totals.... 3,835 1,532 270 6.137 .47. .948 At the cJoso of the Western league season the Omaha team Is Intending to go on a barnstorming tour, and Is now trying to ar range games with amateur or professional clubs In the west. For pitchers the troupe will have Companion, Brown, Llebhardt and Quick; ' for catchers, Qondlng and Freese; forinflelders, Thdmas, Howard, Dolan and Schlpke; for outfielders, Carter and Thlel and some good man In Welch's stead, as he la due to report In Washington Just as soon as he can after the season ends here. Any team wishing a gsm with" the Omaha can arrange for it by putting In an application at one to Manager Rourke. Times are still rather quiet In regard to duck hunting, few parties going out. Trap shooting, however, keeps on as merrily as over. On September 27 and 28 there will be a tournament at Loup City, with $300 in prizes. Captain A. H. Hardy, reputed to be the champion rifle shot of the world, will be on th grounds on both days and give dally exhibitions. On September 20 and 21 tha Campbell Gun club of CampbeH. Neb., will hold Its shoot. Many Omaha men are expected to attend both tb.es e shoots. Bowlers are busy these days getting ready for the opening of the bowling sea son on September 19. Beside the old timers there are a number of beginners who give signs of doing things when the fun starts. All last week the alleys wer being put into shape. By th end of this week the ten teams forming the Omaha Bowling asso ciation will t lined up and prior to that little but practice work will be Indulged In. This month will bring th golflng to a close for th year officially: but it will be dollars to doughnuts that fans will be out till December shoveling away the snow from th' putting green so that they can bole. At th Field club th great golf oup, th Beaton trophy, will be contested for some time In October. The present holders are Judge Shields, W. K. Cundlff and W. H. Brill. Another winner will b added to the list and th four will play for th final holding of th trophy. Th great match for thla month at th Field cub will be th open championship for th Club members. .Th gam will be match play, without handicap. 1 Among; the likely ones entered for this match ar Dr. Sum ney, XL B. Morrtll, H. T. Clark. Jr., J. Q. Adams and J. Sharp, with th odds on Bumney and Adams. As a rule Dr. Sumney plays a really brilliant game, but he has a habit of being "off" at moat Inopportune moments and when h does fall away he falls to plecea Mr. Adams 'plays a good steady gam and onoe or twice has dona brilliant work. 'He holds th amateur rec ord on th Field club links, having don th course In three below bogey, but with Bumney In his beat form he will have to play llttl more than a steady gam to win. A new record was mad for th Inside course by O. Thomas, who scored the nine holes in ST, bogey being 4X On th long green Mr. Thomas has hardly an equal In tha city, his average drive ranging around 225 yards. With practlo on th putting mm 8 1 r 1 mi- ft - . Tl - m l bbSst M pom IsiiiiiB uilt to Rutl and Does It" Did you ever think how carefully and perfectly ta Oldsmobile is built to stand all the hard knocks it gets. Things happen to it that would put it out of busi ness if it had even one weak point. Over biff Jolts at high speed, through mud, water and sand; sudden stops, quick starts, careless handling, etc., etc. The Oldsmobile stands them all because it Is con struct cd for Just this kind of handling. Every part is exactly right for the work it has to do the mechanism is the simplest; there are no delicate adjustments to get out of 'order. It took 20 years of gasoline engine experience to know how to build the Oldsmobile. It is as near perfect as any automobile can be made. lacnase sovet, iaciMM specs, InrimiJ sun, IncraaaaS Stnaxth sad might of all sects; Ioomm (asaUa sad watst capao lty,widaiMat,Uif mUua. Hit krakas, safety starting snics (Iran tha teat) 3-lack feeble tube ttus snili aJaaaac. of patina Joists. Toe greatest Miosd tmdaacy" of say runabout, Woasse of Ht 1x6 eyllnaaf, f horw-ooww, 1100 lbs. waifht Send for Oldsmobile catalog showing also Touring Ron bout, $750 00; Light Tonneiu, $950.00 Oldimobila Delivery Wagon, $850.00. it Free demonstration ly our nearest agent. Olds Hofor Vorks, Detroit, .lich. gSSEVv WESTERH BRANCH, aiaw at i lai 1 1 ?.. AX' Omaha. f . F H .'it green h ought to be a factor in the open Championship match. Harry Morrtll la no great shucks on driving, but he is thor with th goods when ho get his putting Iron out. Th August championship for th ullver oup given by th club wm woa by Henry Clarke,. who defeated Dewar alx upwind four to play. At Interesting match last Wednesday was played between Warren Dickenson, dubbed by some as th Iowa champion, and Harry Morrill, In which th Omaha man wonvon up In each round of the eighteen holes. Later on Mr. Dickenson tied the amateur record with J. Q. Adams, having don th course tn S3. ' Now turfmen ar looking forward to the day when Artful, winner of th Futur ity at Sheepshead Bay, and Sysonby, th favorite In the race, will meet again. That will not be until th Great Eastern handi cap at th latter part of the Sheepahead Bay meeting. The question now Is whether Artful will have any advantage in weight over Mr. Keene's horse. In th Futurity tha Ally had thirteen pounds to th good over Sysonby, but after th remarkable showing she made in the Futurity there is every chance of her getting even weight with the English bred horse. "I don't think Sysonby ran hi raoe," said Mr. Keen afterward. x "There is prob ably something- wrong with him. I wish he could talk so that he could tell us." And that Is not alone th opinion of Mr. Keen. Others who watched th race de- tclar that Sysonby was not running In his usual form that day and they still believe that he will beat Artful in the Great East ern handicap. But the time made in that race shows at least that Sysonby was run ning a mighty good race, even if It was not his best. The surprise, of course, lay in the way he was beaten by Tradition. It seemed that after Redfern made a spurt for the rail and was thwarted by inide brand, who used the whip on Artful, that the game was up. Dyne, riding Tradition; worked like steam when Artful got clear, and by. some good Jockeying beat th famous son of Meltou and Optimo by a short head. ' Though Iilldebrand gets all th honor and glory of this race, the man behind the horse must not be forgotten John Rogers, the owner.' On must feel th greatest admiration for him for th abla manner in which he concealed the form of Artful In the two races which. Artful had been pre viously entered she was allowed to be beaten, and by such horses as Dreamer and Prlnoe Rupert. And then th mere fact of him putting gUldebrand on her and giving Shaw th lesser light to ride, Tanya, shows ho must have had an eye for th Futurity all th Urn. Th hors for horse pacing: race between Charley Moore's 3-year-old Promise Ma and Billy Nestlehouse's Jim Beaty, which, according to th written agreement, was scheduled to take place on th Spragxi street driving park on September 17, was declared off by Moor last week. Before making th agreement , Moor was not aware that th record made in the race would hold 4f a bar or mark against the colt In future events. Having; learned since then that It would he called th race off, rather than have a bar against th colt. There Is no doubt that Promts Me is a very good oolt and In present condition would beat Jim Beaty hands down, but it would be .the rankest folly for Moor to race If there was any likelihood of having a bar ikgalnst th horse. There Is consider able doubt over the question whether tha record mad on a track not recognised by tn national Trotting association and with out official Judges or official timekeepers would be a mark or bar against a horsed Unless there were official time keepers pres ent thera is doubt if the record wmiM h. a mark, but if It can be proved that either oi in norses ua tn mil in, say 2:20, then a protest In case either raced In a class aoov mat mark would be allowed. To th Sporting Editor of Th Bee: Will you piease answer the following question In a game of srolf (match nlavt n. proache to within six Inches of th hoi and B within a coudIs of inches of A'. ball directly behind it and in a Una with ma noie. is, who putts first, asks A to remove his ball A refuses and B putts, knocking A's ball into the hoi and glan cing oft himself. Is A's ball holed t Answert Th hola aoes to B. The TTnftAd Golf association rules that "whn t balls lie within six inches of each other on the putting arreen. the ball iar,p ih. hoi may at. th option of either player or opponent do lined until the other is played, etc" In a case of this sort it would be welt to let th golf commute decide th question. Automobile rtems. Mr. Charles Gornlt, who is known in Wlnton circles. as an expert mechanic, has entered the racing game, driving th Win ton Baby Bullet No. S. Bewail Sleuman and friends In his 24-horse power Peerless enjoyed a fine morning spin recently. They made a run of over forty miles into the country and wer back by 9 o'clock. C. K. Burnham, representing. the Peerless motor LarriHge company, ana wno has been 'attending the races at Denver, stopped over for a. day enroute home, vis iting with H. E. Fredrickson. It will be some time before the record Just established by Mr. I.. D. Whitman and Mr. C. C. Carlsa In crossing the con tinent in an automobile Is broken. They have Just completed the trip In a Franklin machine in thirty-two and a half days, without mishap to either themselves or th machine. The "Auto Era," published by the Wln ton Motor Car company for August, shows a fine picture of the children's party given not long ago at the residence of Mr. 8. A. MeWhorter for hi youngest son, Gardner. The picture shows them all ready for af ride In their Wlnton touring car with Mat ter Gardner aa chauffeur. OIT OF THE ORDINARY. At present fully 90 per cent of the negroes live In the southern state and 77 per cent of them reside upon farms. The Imperial canal In China Is the longest In the world and connects no fewer than forty-one cities In the course of its 800 miles. The country which sells most to Japan Is British India. Great Britain coming next with China third, the United States fourth and Germany fifth. Great Britain has more dootors, pro portionally speaking, than any country in Europe. To every lOO.OuO person Great Britain has 160 medical men, - Germany forty-eight, Switzerland forty-two and Rus sia fifteen. A New Tork physician says: "The greater part of the whisky, brandy and beer sold in New York today is chemically prepared and la absolutely unfit for the fiuman stomach.", Bom time ago It was decided to plant In th garden of Anne Hathaway' cottage In Shottery all the various shrubs, flowers and plants mentioned in Shakeauaaf e's plays and sonnets. They ar all in a flourishing condition. Th table on which th Declaration of Independence was drafted is exhibited la the Virginia building at the World's fair. Th chair in which Jefferson, sat when vice president is also exhibited in this building, which Is a reproduction of Monti cello, Jefferson's home. In the days when a snuff box was con sidered a necessary attribute to the per quibltes of a beauyor a belle much In genuity was brought to bear upon the manufacture of theae dainty trifles. The results wer often very novel. Those with a taste for th morbid could buy boxes mad from th wood of scaffold, chairs that murderers had sat upon, or parts of their houses. Th latest thing In th way of Insurant- is that against bad weather. Bom in surance expert at New York hav been mulling over th los to summer resort hotel keepers resulting from rainy week ends, and it la said tbt next summer will e a weather Insurance company ia ae tlun for ta ben. tit of the hutnl konper who try to strujtule along agwlust a rte Itl ULtMZ JlUlufcu. - ' Ml M Iff X m I I Compare Our Methods You will realize then why Schlitz beer is pure. You wash a cooking Utensil once. We wash a bottle four times, by machinery, before we fill it. You use city water. We bore down 1400 feet to rock for ours. You prepare food in the air of the room. We cool Schlitz beer in plate-glass rooms and filter all the air that touches it Then we filter tlie beer by machinery filter it through 0 Ours are cleanliness carried white wood pulp. Yet your methods are cleanly. to extremes. Then for fear of a touch of impurity we sterilize every bottle after it is sealed. We double the necessary cost of our brewing to give you a healthful beverage pure. Do you wonder that we sell over a million barrels annually? a 1- 1 : v sk. ior uie urewery. uuuimg. 0" 'th Phone 918, Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co.,') 719 S. 8th St., Omaha, Neb. ; The Deer That Made Milwaukee Famous. FEATURES OF HORSE SHOW Host Important Detail Outlined by President Peck. EXHIBITORS URGED ACT PROMPTLY Plus for Omaha's First Elaborate Eanlne Display Are Maturing; vrltb. Gratlfylnar kesalts to Promoters. 1 hardly know wher to begin," said President E. Porter Peck of the Omaha Horse Show association, "but I will touch upon a few features of our show, with the hop that It will give the people at least a vague Idea of what they may expect The Omaha show will open each evening at 8:15 sharp and close, aa near as possible, at 10:30. The first number on the card will naturally be an overture by the band. Th 'Judges, all In evening dress, will then enter tha Judges' stand In thecenter of the ring, ac companied by the ring committee 'end the arena attendants, the latter In neat and showy garb. After this an electrical signal will be given, the touching of a button In th stand by th presiding Judge, telegraph ing to the quick hitching tent that class No. 1 is wanted. A quick response will follow, th entry with th latest form .of Identifica tion, a large card on th back- of driver or rider, will appear in. the ring. "We probably will open her with the tandem class, always an attractive and beautiful number. We will have tandems from Toronto, Montreal, Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Kansas City, as well as two entries by Hal MoCord, Omaha's leader in smart steeds and traps. This certainly will make a very spirited contest. "After the class has been viewed and re viewed, it will be lined up by attendants in the center of the ring and Judged. There will be three cash prizes, with their ac companying ribbons blue to the first, red to th second and yellow to the third. Winners On Dress Parade. ' - "The honors bestowed, the defeated com petitors will leave the arena, and the win ners paraded before the spectators for com parative inspection. "Again music, and tha bugler summons the next class, and thus the show runs on, with a ten-minute intermission at the mid dle of the display, to the end. "Here, as is the custom everywhere, we will wind up with the Jumpers, a thrilling and spectacular scene Indeed. The neat limbed, graceful animals, after a prelimi nary round of the arena, wlU begin their trials over four-foot and one-half bars and hurdles, graduating up to the limit, seven feet and six Inches. There la a special prize here, and an attractive one, too, for the breaking of the record, and Omaha patrons of th show need not be surprised If they see this feat accomplished. There will be a great bunch of Jumpers here, some forty odd head, and they furnish about tha most sensational feature of the whole show. The same horses, with a few additions, will be here that will (loss th famous show at Madison Square Garden in New Tork In November. They will come down from St. Paul, whose horse show will be held next week. They ar owned In Toronto, Chi cago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Racine, Mil waukee, St. Joseph, LoulavilU, Nashville and Atlanta. ' ' The four-in-hand classes ar also grand features, especially th road four, with th cock horse in front. The cock hors is used in hill climbing and to replace an Injured horse In case of an accident. Th trappings ar very exaggerated and gaudy, with the red and fussy fur hats of tha old-day Eng lishman. There ar two attendants In th J rear, guard and horn blower, with the driver on - th box seat, These coaches strlppeocost from IS, 000 to $7,000, and some times princely sums, with horses and trap pings. "The Unicorn class Is -unique and attrac tive. This Is a peculiar hitch, which, owing to the progressive innovations of horse shows, has been extended almost without limit Old-Feahloned gplke Teas. "It is the old-fashioned spike tednvtwo horses at th wheel, on In th lead, driven to a mail phaeton, spider or park trup man and woman ory driver and footman. In other cities they hav changed It to three borresj to a road coach, one lead, two at a wheel, with a supposedly disabled horse led at the rear, making an effective picture. "For th first time in America we will In troduce a lady's riding class, cross saddle, and it will be followed another season la every horse-show city In the world. Al ready the New Tork. World has spqken of Omaha's priority In the matter. This class will Include many of Omaha's young mlsres and will attract tha most unanimous 'atten tion. We have many good riders here and the f i tare will be particularly popular one. In the east equestrianism 1 a part of a gui's ourrioulum, Hr education la not completed until she knows how to manage a horse and can ride well. At that th west is taking the Initiative in the cross-saddle class. It is our aim to give everything posetbl that Is new, novel and attractive. "Many and Interesting prizes will go to the ponies. This is a big opportunity for Omaha to further distinguish Itself, as it boasts of an exceptionally good lot of these diminutive specimens of the equine race. "Once more I wish to urge upon prob able local exhibitors the necessity of prompt action la making their entries. Al meat all of the foreign entries have been tabulated and the only delay la at the hands of Omaha owners. They should combine with- owners from abroad if they desire to see our show fly the pen nant in the west, and if they intend to as sist in the maintenance of a permanent an nual horse show here. "But I failed to mention tho potato races. They make up the amusing feature of the. show and are immensely popular knight erranty on a burlesque scale. A basket of potatoes is placed at one end of the arena and an empty basket of similar dimensions a( the other end. The riders use polo or cow ponies. They have woodon laths sharp ened at one end instead of lances. The start Is made from on a line even with the empty basket and they race down to the filled one. "In the melee there ia much excitement. The object is to spear a potato and on tho dead run and race back deposit the same In the empty basket. There many real conflicts ensue, as the riders strain brain and nerve to prevent each other from reaching the filled baskot. The knight who succeeds In spearing and placing in their proper receptacle the most potatoes wins tho contest and gets the prize." Good Results at Kansas City. Preniuent Peck and Frank S. Cowglll re turned yesterday from Kansas City, where they have been in the interests of the Horse show that opens at the Auditorium two weeks from tomorrow night Septem ber 26. Both were much elated over the results of their trip. They expressed most unqualified praise for W. A. Rule, presi dent of the Kansas City Horse Show asso ciation, as well as of the National Bank of Commerce. He manifested great Interest In 4he errand of the Omaha committee and personally introduced them to most of the prominent horsemen and horse owners of the city. The result was the seourement of a long 11st of entries' for the Omaha show, Mr. Rule, himself, heading the list with a string of thirty-one head. Wednesday next President Peck Mr. Cow gill and Manager Gray go to St. Paul, where the annual show will ba in progress, on a like mission. It is already assured that over 100 horses, including the bunch of forty jumpers, will come down from St. Paul the firs of next week. By that time every detail in the way of preparation at the Auditorium will have been completed. The ring was finished yesterday noon. Monday the Judges' and attendants' stands will be erected, and by the end of the week all the seating accommodations, as well as the private boxes and promenades, will be finished. Rehearsals Bes;la Wednesday. The rehearsal of horses will begin In the Auditorium ring Wednesday afternoon and thence on until the opening of the show the arena will present an animated and picturesque scene. The private boxes have been nearly all closed out and great blocks of reserved eats engaged. The management Is partic ularly anxious to Impress one fact upon all local owners contemplating entries for the show, and that is that the local competi tor' Is vouchsafed a deolded alvantoga over all foreign exhibitors. Inasmuch as the local exhibitor can enter in all classes, while the foreign exhibitor is absolutely barred from all the local classes. The man agement also urges the necessity on the part of local exhibitor In closing up their work. There has been a marked awaken ing among them during the last week and the list has been largely augmented. Both the ring and entry committees desire every entry posstblo In by Wednesday evening, as th association's official photographer, W. A. Plxley, will make pictures of the same for publication In the dally press, a custom obfsrved In every city on the national circuit "The fact, too," said Dr. Oray, manager, "does not seem to be very generally known that the Omaha Horse Show asso ciation offer th handsomest prises for th best decorated store or shop window that have ever been offered In America." It Js also desired that it be understood this prise offering has nothing whatsoever to do with the Interior decorations at the Auditorium. There are no prizes offered for any- work there, as the decorating will all be done by the association lts.lt, boxes, reserved seats, arena and all. STOP AND THINK; tfavtn't you always known thai Figt were a ipltndld thing to tat to htlp loostn the bowtls? Dotsn't it stand to reason that when the portion of them that does the work Is extracted from the Figs and combined with healing rem edits that it Is the best thing to take tor constpatlon. Eighty per cent of the causes of appendicitis art due to constipation Shrader's Evaporated Bcwtrl sf Atr4l dill Ci,ret CMftlsatlos Prcve Afipmdicitl 2 Laxative Fig Powder Is made up this way: It moves the bowles with a natural healthy action and best of all, cures without any bad after effects. Trial slu, 10c. Samples Frw. Large ox. Ko. Sherman & McConnell Drug Company, Omaha, Distributor. For sal. br sll Araicltta A Contlasr Combination, Rlshop Moore, who has Krtn in charge of the Methodist work In China. Core and Japan for the laat four veers. Is of the opinion that Japan. China and Corea will yet become by combination on of th great pow.ie U tho world. i mi l ' "FOLLOW THE FLAG" 7 a Fare (PLUS G2. 00) To oil points in Indiana, points in Ohio and Ken tncky sold every Tuesday in September and October 11. Special Uomeseekere' Excursions South September 13-27. 3.5 St. Louis and Iteturn Tuesdays, Thursdays, also Sep tember 3, 4 and 11. , S03.S St, Louis and Return Daily. Baltimore, Md., and Return September 9 and 10. ' 1?' Buffalo, Niagara Falls or Toronto and return Dally. $28.50 Detroit and Return Dallyj $20.00 Chicago and Return (one way ria St Louis) Daily. S33.O0 Montreal and Return Daily, Long limit and stopovers allowed. The Wabash Is the only line with its own station at main entrance World's Fair, saving time, extra car fare and annoyance, All World's Fair maps show Wabash , station at main entrance. vInsist on your tickets reading via Wabash. All Information at Wabash City Office, 1601 Farnam, or address HARRY E. MOORES, G. A. Y. D., Omaha, Neb.