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TTTE REE: OMAHA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1913.
5 NEW BOWLING SCHEDULE OUT Leagues Hake Announcement of Their Schedules. BOOSTERS HAVE EIGHT TEAMS Organisation Starts 8mon on an Entirely New IlasL and the T.eniriie Gains a Flaee In Major Class. This week will find most of Omaha' bowling leagues In action.. The Booster, Magic City and Lithographers' leagues are out with their hew schedules and will have their grand openings this week. Much Interest Is. displayed in the starting of the Booster leaguer which starts the season oiv nn entirely differ ent basis than In former years. With the admission of the star bowlers of the city Into their ranks eight strong teams have beeri organized, making this leaguo a major league. At the meeting Friday night franchises were granted to the fol lowing: The Lelsys, Clara Belles. Na tional Refining company, Brandeis' High balls, Beacon Press, Chris Lycks, Elks and Field club. The following lineups were announced: The lelsys Ratekln, captain Mellum, Howell, Norgard, Chrlstensen. Zimmer man. Maurer, Hemleben and IC Bclple. Clara Belles Kidson, captain; J. Jaronh. O. Johnson, Stuns, Wartchow and Cain. National Refining Company Pleron nette, captain; B. Bowers, A, Bowers, Bland, Jackson and WeekB. Brandes Highballs Toman, captain; nice, Yousen, Cochran, Weutrich, Powell and Hammers trom. Beacon Press Green, captain; Kranda, F. Jarosh, Goff, Balsler, Martin and Mokrv. Elks Dcnmnn, captain: Conrad, Blak cney, Chambers, Orott, Butler and Baehr. Chris Lyckn stem, captain; Nealo, Fan ton, C. Weeks and Sutherland. Field Club Daugherty, captain: Hughes. Pollard, Furay, Kahn, Cub Potter and Ced Potter. Single City Lenjrup Stronrr. The Magic City leaguo has organized a strong organization and will opon Monday night on the Qarlow alleys In South Omaha. The league will be com posed of the following teams: Hlnchey Lads, Jettcr's Old Age, Martin's Tigers, White Sox, South Omaha Ice Co., Stoolc Yards National Bank and Culkln's Tailors. The Commercial leaguo will again bo one of the strong leagues of tho city. Franchises have been granted to tho Brodegaard Crowns, Frank's Candy Kids, Qulakserv, Besolln's Trademarks, Jabez Cross, Rumohrs, Old Taverns and Tracy's La Trudas. They will open Monday even ing, September 22, and will roll their games throughout the season on Mondays and Wednesdays. Tho Lithographers' leaguo Is now or ganized and started last week with six teams. This Is a new league, beginning Its first season, and judging from the en thusiastic start and solid organization NEW LOCATION 1316 FARNAM Beli Drug Co. they will open the eyes of some of the other organizations. rinns of Other Leagues. Other leagues planning to start In tho near future are the Standard Oil and Metropolitan, leagues. Tho Morrison leaguers will not organ ize and have cast their lot with the Omaha leaguers, who will play on nil threo sets of alleys. The Knights of Columbus, Automobile and Gas leagues have made no announce ments, but It Is expected that they will como Into tho fold at an early date. The Fairmont Creamery leaguo opens next week with six teams and will bowl their games Friday nights on tho Morri son alleys. With tho above strong organizations In tho field, Omaha ought to bo ablo to again stand out as the best bowling town In tho west. Schedalf for th Week. ASSOCIATION ALLHTS. Booster League Tuesday,- Beacon Press against the Lelsys, Brandes' Highballs against National Refining Co., Elks aghlnst Chris Lycks, Clara Belles against Field club. GAnLOW'S ALLEYS, SOUTH OMAHA. Magic City League Schedule not com pleted. MORRISON ALLEYS. Gato City League Tuesday, Frank's Colts against Mlckev Gibsons, Falstaffs against X-Rays. Thursday, Farretl's Syrups against Pete Lochs. Stora Tri umphs against F. O. E. Lithographers' League Wednesday, Omaha Printing Co. against Lyon's En gravers, Klopp-Bartletts against Ep stein's Transfers, Rees Printing Co. against Epstein's Press. , , Sunday, September 14, tho Commercial league meets at Metropolitan alleys at 11 a. m. Metropolitan league meets at Metropolitan alleys at 3:30 P. m. Bovrllnsv Notes. Tho Maglo City league Is practically closed this season, only one Omaha bowler being allowed on a team. Tho Packers' league has gone to tho wall. Most of Its members find that play ing In the Mag1o City league Is enough for one week. There are still a few bowlers who will again roll the dope ball. No Omaha leagues mado any legislation on this Btyle of sphere. The Gate City leaguers got a strong start last week. The Storz Triumphs especially made a good showing with some mluseason scores. Pat Anglesburg will have charge bf Kcyfs Metropolitan alleys thjs season. Pat will no doubt again handlo tho runB euccessfully. He always does. Tho Omaha leaguo will present some thing new in Omaha bowling circles this season. They have organized a six-team scratch traveling league, Tho teams will be composed entirely of Omaha's best bowlers and will no doubt be tho strong est organization ever seen In Omaha. They will roll their matches on tho Morri son, Association and Metropolitan alleys, probably on Thursday night. Tho teams will bo the Old Saxon Brau, Advos, Luxus, El Paxos, Jetter's Old Ago and Metz. They open the second week In October, all teams playing the opening games on the Association alleys. Ben Hull will havo chorgo of tho alloys In South Omaha. Tho South Omaha bowl ers may congratulato themselves on this, as Ben always makes a hit wherever o goes. The Gate City leaguers aro out with tho "We should worry" slogan. They have crowned Joe Bergcr King and will back him against anyone when It comes to tak ing caro of a bowler's needs. Gate Cltr LeaRne. Played. Won. Lost. Btorz Triumphs 3 3 0 Ragan's Falstarfs... 3 3 0 Mickey Gibsons 3 3 0 X-Rays 3 3 0 Pete Lochs 3 0 3 Frank's Colts 3 0 3 F. O. E. No. 28 3 0 3 IfFarrell Syrups....... 3 0 3 INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES. lirn eoORIm 151 Bba.it -...lMD&hmke 14$ Pet. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 Ln tlStlslrh , 147 Trrll IMYavM 14 triple llltm.nn ., 144 nAbTX VhUe tw Sltltld INFIti ....144 Johnmi C 174 mnlHrtim 1M LanJMrem ,..,l9ehinlu 141 Lnoa lMThifllrr 1M Wine 144Krr U JohMon. II lnilstfmaB 117 Thlfl , lMWIIor l MfOnNi , lttAtkln 1 Abbott littVnon 1 Dohcrtr ...,..,. ltroallup ....IIP niirmta lM.N"urtrd lit rober lMWebtr 1 Ntlten ...lHn.hrcnt W Ilmpl , IKSwnniwa 1M Mitchell . IMDttumtn V Cracks n Nut. Pitcher Joo llochllng of Washington says ho has discovered a new way of pitching to Joo Jackson and Nap Lajoln. Instead of giving them bases on balls ltn throws slow floaters to them, and they break their backs trying to hit tho ball, generally popplhg up llttlo flies. RUSSIA'S LANGUAGE AND BEER Former In Hnrrt to Mnter lint Litt ler Knur to Get rlth filnri llnml. "One might travel In Russia for a. year without learning to speak the langunge-," remarked Robert D. Oldflcld of Chicago, a former consul In that country. "I lived there for five years, and I tried hard to get tho swing of the language, but I could gain only a slender knowledge of the tongue I do not mean to say that a person cannot learn to speak Russian fluently, but to become Its master one should start In early In life when there Is opportunity to give entlro attention to tho task. There Is little except Russian spoken In most places In Russia, In tho Baltic province.! there Is nn exception. Thero tho people speak almost exclu sively Gorman, though they are Russian subjects. This condition Is explained, of course, by the fact that the Baltlo prov inces, whllo under Russian domain, are essentially Gennun. Tho people havo the German temperament and tho German characteristics and methods. "Throughout Russia tho browerlcs are supervised by Germans. Incidentally, I would rather drink Russian beor than any beer in the world except tho German beverage. This, I presume, Is becauso tho Russian beer Is made by Germans, and wo all know that thero Is no beer In the world that can compare with the German product. While thero is a lot of beer sold in Russia, the most widely known Russian drink Is vodkn, which corresponds to our brandy. Thoro aro various kinds of vodka, but It Is all dan gerous. "Thero aro no beer saloons similar to ours In any of tho Russian cities. There aro places where men and women can go and get their beer or their wine, but there Is no such thing as standing at a bar and treating every friend that comes ulong. Usually a man who wants a drink goes Into a drinking ploco, shakes hands with the bartender, who Is gonerally the proprietor, seats himself at a table, and gets his drink and a blto to eat. When he has finished he gets up, shakes hands again with the bartender, and departs, without, perhaps, having exchanged a word with anyone, though there may bo numerous persons ho knows in the place." Washington Post Cannht tn the Act and arrested by Dr. King's New Llfo Pills, bilious headacho quits and liver, stomach and bowels act right. Only 23o. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement. ON CAMPAIGNS EDUCATION Churches to Try and Better Condition of the Foreign Born in America. UNITED EFFORT IS PLANNED Id en Contrniiilntrs the Improvement of the flurronndlna. and Hnvlron mrntB of the ImmlRrnntn Here. A campnlgh bf education for foreigners of Omaha is to be started by tho ITotfs tant churches and tho conditions of for eign Immigrants hero Is to bo Investi gated In nn endeavor to Improve their surroundings and environments. Tho lo cal churches have teon reurted by na tional societies of missions, Sunday schools and other lints of efforts to make thin campaign and to assist the foreign born to become better American citizens. It Is not a religious campaign, but a campaign for bettor citizenship. It Is contended that many Immigrants have como to this country Ignorant of Amer ican ways nnd have hnd no opportunities to Improve themselves. It Is said they do not fuse with the native born popula tion nor do thoy enter the Industrial, so cial or clvto llfo of tho American. A largo number of them do not oven lenrn to read or wrlto English, although they may speak tho language brokenly. This Is largely true. It is urged, of foreign women nnd not tho men, becnuso the work of tho men demands, a llttlo more Americanism. These faults tho church workers, both ministers and laymen, aro to attempt to remedy. It Is tho dcslro to Interest the foreigners In tho customs of Americans and thereby make them more desirable citizens. Tho proposed campaign will continue throughout tho full and will bo ptlBhcd until Thanksgiving, when. It Is hoped, a climax will be reached. Sermons will bo preached In the churches on tho subject of tho Immigrant nnd tho congregations urged to take an active interest In their foreign born brothers and sisters' CrclKhton Notes, Tho Journal of the American Medical association for August 10 shows that iho hlghost average made by any student o' it Nebraska medical collego In n Mny ex amination vms won by a CrclKhton tlu dent. who averaged 84.6 per cent. Dr. M. J. Scott, chlof surgeon ut St. James' hospital, Butte, Mont., who Was In Omaha recently, reported that Dr. Frederick Langdon, former nstilittuut ulty Physician here, but now Dr. ScottW as sistant, is doing well nt Uutte. Dr. Lang don's relatives havo Just returned train a visit ut that place. Tho student societies at CrelRht-m uni versity will organize this week. Tho Sodality, which Is a religious organization mnde up of students, will hold Its or ganization meeting Monday evcnlnp, nt which time officers for the jenr will bo olectcd. An employment bureau, organized by tho authorities at Crelghton university for tho purposo of securing poMtlon for students who need outside work to earn thelt- expenses through school, has been Installed at tho.Crelghton law school nnd has nlrendy placed n number of students In good positions. Dean Martin of the law bcIiooI is In charge. Arthur Dalley, who graduated from the academic department of Crelghton univer sity last June, is now manager of the summer resort located on Eaton's ranch nonr Wolf, Wyo. Mr. Dalloy went to Eaton's at tho close of the school term and has worked himself rapidly upward. Thomas Norris. who graduated from tho arts collego of Crelghton university a year ago, is now steward at the same place. Both boys went to spend their vacation at that place miring the rum mer following Norris' graduation. Sev eral other Crelghton students were In tho part at tho time, among Uiom being Rob m Conncll, son of Oily Physician 11. W. Conhell. Democrats at Huron in Large Numbers HURON. S. D.. Sept. H.-(8peclnl,)-Durlng tho week of tho state fair just past, the democrats of the stnto were hero In numbers nnd wero doing con siderable work themselves, although It wns overlooked In the face of the ex pected republican nctlvlty. Tho domocrats determined whllo hero to issue n call for a democratic mass meeting at Mitchell during the week of tho corn palace, the session to rontlnuo two -slays. Tho dates will bo Announced later. Among democratic fair visitors ther was a considerable amount of talk of It. R Dowdell of Artesian as a possible cnndldnto for tho United States Rcnnto. Mr. Dowdell has been looked on as a certain candidate for congress from the First congressional district, but lilt friends are trying to talk htm Into the other race, It is said. Given Five Years For Robbing Train DENISON, la.. Sept. H.-(Spcclal.)-Dlstrlot court wns in session last week with Judge Powers presiding. Thero has been llttlo business and tho petit Jury was notified not to appear unless further notlco wns received. Th mnn who nttemptcd to rob a passenger on tho Northwestern rond between hero and Car roll about three weeks guilty nnd wns given a sentence of flvo years. A mnn who wns out on ball on ac count of arrest for selling goods In tho country without a license wns Indicted. It Is expected that ho will make n strong fight when put on trial. Tho renewed sickness of P. E. C. Lnlly of the Conner ft Lolly firm will rosult In a number of cases going over until tho November term. Weds Wife of Man He Shot 3Weeks Ago GRAND JUNCTION. Colo., Sept. MrB, Joseph Gurr of Vernal, Utah, was married hero today to Frederick Wado, who threo weeks ago shot and killed her husband. Avoid the Bronchial CourIis of Knrly Foil. Tho changeable weathor of early fall brings on bronchitis and n hard cough that Is woaring on tho system, and seem to tear open the bronchial tubes and mucus lining of the throat. Use Foley's Honey and Tar Compound promptly. For It will soothe and heal tho Inflamed mucus lining, relieve the cough quickly, nnd help to expel the cold. It contains no opiates. Get tho genuine In tho yel low packago, and refuse subetltutcs. For sale by nil dealers. Advertisement. CLOUDBURSTMS GOLDFIELD Streets of Nevada Town Flooded and Five Drowned. MANY HOUSES CARRIED AWAY Tito l)rr Miitrlica Mklrtlnw Part of City Itnnrlnir Hirer nnd All HnllillnK In Their rntlm Go. GOLOFI1C1.D. Nev., Sept. ll.-The streets of Gold field were flooded by a cloudburst nt 11 o'clock today, followed by hnll nnd tho heaviest elcctrtcul storm In the history of southern Nevada, five jxrions woro drowned, a number of houses wero carried away nnd the power plant that lights tho town was flooded. Gold field Is located In a basin with the Mnlnpal rnnge to the south yo deep gulches skirting tho east and west sec tions of tho town. Within an hour these gulches wote roaring rivers nnd nil houses In their paths were swept away. Tho Nix vml a Calirorntn x'owor company suffered great damage, putting ull tho mines of Gold field and Tonopnh out rt commission temporarily. Business houses having goods stored In the basements lost heavily. Women tisslstcd tho men in the work of rescuo whllo the rain came down In torrents, accompanied by hnll. Many hairbreadth escapes are reported, ma rooned men and women being rescued from floating houses by means of ropes. The tolephono nnd power wires nro all down, as aro all the telegraph wires. Goldflold Is In darkness tonight, but the scores of homeless persona are being cared for by those whose dwellings escaped tho flood. TROUBLE DUE TO MINISTERS Lnstnena Answers the Question, "What la Wrornr with Onr Churches t" Key to tho Situation See Advertising, I A new answer to the question. "What Is wrong with, our churches7" Is con tributed by tho Rev. Mark Allison Matthews of Seattle, pastor of the lnrgest Presbyterian churoh In Amorlco, If not In tho world, and ex-moderator of the gcnorul assembly. "Tho trouble," say Dr. Matthews, "lies In the Indolence of many of our pastors, and what I say np piles to nil denominations." That Dr. Matthews, who Is described as a rfray eyed, black-haired, clean-shaven man, six feet five inches tall, nnd "of Lin colnlnn spnrcncsB," does not belong among tho drones In tho churchly hlvo may bo Inferred from tho fact that, beginning his ministry with n church of sixteen members, ho now preaches to congregations of 2,t00 and 8,000, of whom from 60 to 89 per cent aro men. In tho case of his own denomination he extends tho charga of laziness to Include the elders as well as the ministers. His views on this subject are recorded by Mr. James B, Morrow In the Now York Sun. Says Dr. Matthews, "A preacher has no boss right on tho spot to make him diligent nbout his busi ness. Ho gets up In tho morning when lie plcasos and goes to bod at night when ho feels llko It. No whlstlo re minds him of his coming tasks, Cus tomers are not waiting to enter his store He goes out into tho street, meets a man nnd talks for half an hour. Bank ruptcy would overtake tho merchant who wasted his time In that way. "I have four assistants. One of them wns gone threo hours to a funeral. I had a funeral the next day In tlp samo neighborhood, nnd wns back In my office ngnln In an hour nnd twenty minutes. I called tho assistant In and told him he would bo a failure unless ho mado profit able use of overy minute during n day's work. "Oignnlzntlon also Is necessary. Some preachers thought when I was elected moderator that I meroly had a big mob In Seattle Instead of a church, that pcnpln swarmed In and then out, just as they did with Dr, Talmage. After Dr. Tnlmngo died nobody could find his church. Well, tho Seattle organization Is not n mob, but a disciplined and cohestvo body of Christian workers." When Mr. Morrow asked what plan a medlocro prencher could follow to nchleve success, It merely served to lend Dr. Matthews back to tho subject of In dolence. "Tho word mediocrity Is mnde to cover a good many shortcomings. It Is often a handy refugo for laziness. A worker l never a medloere man. Being a Christian, let me tell, you Is a man's job. And tho people In the pews like to work under Intelligent, energetic, and sincere leadership. "A minister must be very much In earnest. Ho must, be Intense and filled with zenl and conviction. And the Holy Ghost will help such a mnn, but tho Holy Ghost can't be expected to take nny more lntorcst In a mechanical preacher than the mechanical preacher takes in himself." GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HI She made up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to bring back color, gloss, thickness. Common garden sago brewed Into a heavy tea with sulphur and alcohol addod, will turn gray,, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark nnd luxuriant, re move every bit of dandruff, stop scalp Itching and falling hair. Just a few ap plications will provo a revelation If your hair Is fading, gray or dry, scraggty and thin. Mixing tho Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, though, Is troublesome. An easier way Is to get the ready-to-use tonic, costing nbout SO cents a largo bot tlo at drug stores, known as "Wyoth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy," thus avoiding a lot of muss. Whllo wispy, gray, faded hair Is not sinful, wo all deelro to retain our youth ful appcaranco and attractiveness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no ono can tell, becnuso It docs It so naturally, bo evenly. You just dampen a sponge or soft brush with It nnd draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs havo disappeared, and, after nnothcr application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant. AK-SAR-BEN PENNANTS They are beauties in both design and coloring. You can have your choice of a red, yellow or green one, for only fifteen cents and a Bee coupon at The Bee office. Everybody will want a pennant for Ak-Sar-Ben Carnival. It will be the fad to carry them all week, and to decorate business places, autos and homes with them. By using all three colors, they make most attractive window displays. Cf Besides the Ak-Sar-Ben pennants, we can supply you any of the following at the same price of only fifteen cents, when accompanied by a Bee coupon: Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Min nesota, Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Cornell, Knights Tem plar, Shriners, Masons, Eagles, Knights of Columbus, Odd Fellows, Modern Woodmen; Woodmen of the World. They are all handsome, exclusive designs, beautifully embossed on college felt, size 15x36 inches, usually sold for seventy-nve cents and one dollar. A Bee pennant cou pon will appear every day on page 2 of The Bee. Cut them out and save them. You will need one coupon for each pennant, and YOU WILL WANT THEM ALL. If pennants are to be mailed, add five cents for each pennant to cover oostae. W0 PI Kffl&EMssSKKm im K-AjPXssssMKssdsVP ...PENNANT COUPON... . ThU coupon and IS c entitles bearer to choice of one Ak-Sar-Ben or other Pennant, when, presented at The Bee office, 103 Bee-Building, Ometha. Hs this blank for pennants to be mailed. Send 5 gents extra for each pennant to cover postage. OMAHA BUK, 1018 Pennant Department Enclosed find .............. for which please send Pennants m, follows! Name Address Kind of Pennant f. . -'' .......,.,... ..-. ....... ................... ... r w ... . ....... - . rm3mmm ..w. .... -.. t. ....,...... !... IL3