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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JTLY 1, 1914.
NAPS AND BROWNS DIVIDE Cleveland Takes First, 8 to 3, and Loies Second, 5 to 0. BAUHOARDNER STRONG IN FINAL FAVORS CITYHEATING PLANT Commissioner Withnell Makes His Report to City Council. HANIQHEN IS THE LOW BIDDER Council Will Hold n Sneolnl Henrlng of the Cltr Plant Uueatlon on Wrdnrmliij- Mnrnlnn nt Nine. O'clock. "aaY - vF4Ctfika. ( MHB J-c ai r mm i w! mp n 1 1 n a S- mW, m m a-I- psr UrKB Una TUcr of Hamilton In Initial Combat, Napa for Once Being: Able to Solre Dellr. ery of Southpaw. CLEVELAND. O., June 30.-The Naps and Drowns divided a double-header hero today. Cleveland taking the first. 8 to 3, and losing the second, 6 to 0. ' ' Orcffg had the better of Hamilton: In tho first game, the Naps for once facltur able to solve the delivery of the St. I-ouli southpaw. In the second game Baumsardner was supreme. Bcore, first game: CLEVELAND. ST. LOUIS. Atl.H.O.A.K. AD.H.O.A.E, Graner. If . I 14 0 OBhotttn. 'cf.. 4 0 3 0 1 Turnrr. Jb... 4 0 S aPratt, Sb 3 11(0 jitiMid, cr... I lAjolt, 2b... 4 Olron. lb.... I Unnnthm, rf Chapman, M. 1 O'Nalll. c... 4 Great, p J Tot lis,. 0 aWllllams. rf. 4 0 0 4 oWalkar, ir... 4 11 1 el-tarr. lb.... 4' 3 U 0 OAuitln. ib... 10 0 1 oHowtrd, lb.. 10 0 1 oWtrwi, aa.,.. 3 11 2 oLertn, aa.... 0 0 0 ' Anew, c... 1 0 4 .31 11 2? 13 oCYoseln, c... 10 0 Umllton, p. 2 0 0 Iloch, p...'... 10 0 , . , . Totals 20 7 27 11 3 i v V v a j a. . s bt. Louis 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2-S iwu-uaeo nus: ijeiDoia, u'weni. Turner, ThrU-bttHB hit! Wnltiff HI Ttnn. Turner. Sacrifice hits: Olson, 'Agnew, Tur .w. u.ujii uuci iciiry. jLfouDie piays. j-cary t uiass.sted), Turner to Lajole to yison, iiowara to Pratt to Leary. Hits: "it Hami.ton, 8 In seven Innings; off Hoch, 3 In one Inning. Bases on balls: Off iiaraiuon, o; oir uregg, z; ort Hoch, l. lilt by pltotied Lall: By Hamilton. Urancy. St,T,u.citi0U.t: By Gregg. 5; by Hamilton. 4. wild pitch: Hoch. Bases on errors: Cleve land, 3. Lift on bases: St. Louis. 3: Cleveland, 8. Time: 1:55. Umpires: Egan and Evans. Score, second game: CLEVELAND. ST. LOUIS. AD.H.O.A.E. AD.H.O.A.K. Oraaar. If... 4 0 1 0 28htten. ct..l 2 3 0 0 2 2 3 OPratt. 2b t 1 1 B 0 2 3 1 OWilllams. rf. 4 1 0 0 0 12 OWalker, If... 310OO 2 9 0 OLearj. lb.... 4 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 OAustln, 3b... 4 10 3 0 0 0 0 OtATin. .... 2 0 3 2 f 0 0 0 OCrouln. e... 4 2 10 0 1 1 3 lB'mf-rdjir, p! 10 1 t 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 Total S3 I 17 11 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o o n 0 0 0 0 lliirnr. lb... 5 lttbol3, cf.. 4 JAJole. 3b... 4 Johnston, lb 4 nrmnghm, rt 2 filnn. rf 0 Chapman, n. 3 Tlanlar, C....I Haieman. p. 1 James, p... Bowman, p. Caritch ... Olson O-Netlt ... Bltltnts ... Heott. IS..,.. 4 kHpeaker. cf.. 4 Irtchg. It...., 4 'Uardrcr. Sb.. 4 Janrrln, lb.. 4 Yfrkea. 2b... 4 uaxrigan, c, l Thomas, o,. 1 IU Collins, p 3 Totals 2S 27 1 3 Batted for Hageman In fourth. 'Batted tor .lames in eighth. Butted for Birmingham in eighths Batted for Bowman In ninth inning. Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 59 St Lou a 10220000 0-5 Two-base hit: Walker. Sacrifice hits: Baumsardner (2). Stolen bases: Lavan, .tohnstnn, Ehotten. Pratt. Double plays: Pratt to Lavan to Leary, Lelbold to La jole. Hits: Off Hageman. 6 In four In nings: off James. 2 in two innings: off Bowman.' 1 in three Innings Bases on tails: Off Hageman. 3: off Baumsardner. 4; off Bowman, L Struck out: By Hage man, 5; by Baumirardner. 8: by Bowman, 2. Passed ball: Crossin. Bases on errors: St Loula, l: Cleveland. 1. Left on bases: Cleveland. 12: St. Ioiils, 6. Timo: 1:58. Umpires: Evans and Egan. Tlcrt-ra Dama White Hose. DETROIT, Mich., June 3a Detroit batted Russell from the box in the fifth Inning of today's game, after making more than enough runs off him to win the game. The final score was Detroit 8, Chicago 1. Score: CHICAGO. DETROIT. AD.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. V.ot- ai.. 4 1 1 t lJlu.h. as 4 12 3 1 Hlackb'rn. 2b 4 0 3 2 1VIU. lb. 1 1 E 0 DemmlU, It. 3 2 3 0 OHellroan. cf. 4 1 2 0 0 Collin, rf... 4 0 2 0 OCravtord. rf . S 3 2 0 0 rounder, lb 4 liO 0 IVaach. If.... 4 110 0 Doiile, ct.. . 4 1 2 0 OKayana'h, 2b 2 0 3 0 0 Hchalk, c.,,.3 13 0 OBunu, lb.... 4 1 12 0 0 Dreton, lb... 2 0 0 2 OBakar, lb.... 4 110 0 DIumcII, .., 3 0 0 a ODubric, p.... 4 1 0 10 Rcott." p;..'.".'0 0000 Walih. P.... 0 0 0 0 0 ToUl 38 9 27 It 1 Barer. 3b... 1 0 0 1 0 ' Marr 1 0"0 fi 0 ToUla 32 t U 12 S Batted, for Breton In seventh. , . Chlfagp .,,., ......0 0. 0,0 0 1 0 0 0-t Detroit ..I.. 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 3 S Two-baso ,hlts: Bodte. Vltt Tliree-base hit. Baker.. Hits: Off RussoU, 6 in tour and two-thirds Innings: off 'Scott, I in one and third Innings; off Walsh., 3 in two innings. Stolen bases: VI tt, Dubuc. Double play;. Vitt to Burns. Lett on bases: Ch); rago. B Detroit, 8. Bases on. balls: Off Dubuc, i; off Russell, 3; off Scott. L Struck outs By Dubuc. 3; bv Russell, lr bv Walsh. 17 Wild pltclt Walsh. Time: 1:54. Umpires: JPlheen an Connelly, lied Sox Trim Mnclunem PHILADELPHIA, June 30.-Boston mixed hiu with battery and fielding er rors by Philadelphia, and won today's uarn Rtni Th5 homo team hit Jt. Col lins delivery hard, but sharp fielding; kept the score down, oscore:- BOSTON-. PHILADBU'IIIA. (n.Ii.n.i.r. AD.TI.O.A.E. 1lnnir, rf... 4 13 1 OWalah. Tf....5. l 1 0 0 U Z uuianoi, . w 3 3 0 0K.COlllnJ. 2b 3 V 2 10 3 2 1 .OBakar. c..( 1 1 .3 1 0 10 6 OMoInnla. lb. 3 1 11 0 1 11 1 isirunk. ef.,.1! 14 0 2 2 2 OBanr. as.... 8 0 14 0 0 3 0 CBchant. c... I c a a 0 10 OWycliott, p.. 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 - Totals 13 10 17 11 3 Tolala. ...S3 I 27 13 1 Boston ...2 0 0 0 0 0 2. 1. 0-5 PhlladelDhla 0 0 1 0 0 1 1.0 0-3 Two fcasa hltsi Gardner, Oldring. Three base hits: speaker. Home runs Hcnang. Sacrifice hits: w. Collins. Strunk Sacrifice flv: Molnnis. Stolon base Hopper. Douple play: Pchang and Barrj'. t-ert on oases, upsion o; fnua delphla 7. Bate on balls: Off R. Collin's l; off Wycoff-4.- Base on errors'. Boston 1. Philadelphia 1. Struck out by E. Col Ihis 4. by Wycoff 6. Passed balls: Schang. Wild pitch: Wyckoff. Time: 1:52. Um pires: O'Louglln and Hlldebrand. YnnkH Lose to Srnntora. WASHINGTON, June CO. Arrtsmllh'a xluttle in the eleventh inning, fccoring Mc Brlde from second base, gave Washing ton a 2 to 1 victory over New York today, In a hard fought battle. Two pitchers were Used by tach team and all ero effective. Score: KTTW YORK. WASHINGTON. AB.H.O.A.E. AD.H.O.A.E. Mali!. JbT.,6.0 1 0 OMoeller, Tf.. 4 0 1 0 0 4 oroatar, i l o 3 oMIlaji, cfv.. 3 0 3 0 0 0 oBrolth, lb..,, 5 0 It 0 0 0 IShanka, If... 4 110 0 0 oMonan. 2h. S 0 2 0 1 oMcDrida, aa. 4 2 12 0 0 inanrjr, e',.... 2 0 1,' 1 0 1 oAlnamlth, e.. 3 1 2 1 0 2 OArrta. ...... 2 0 0 3 0 Jahnacin. ... 1 0 0 0 0 Totala S3 I'll 11 J , . Tolala 16 E 21 11 9 One out when winning run scored. New York ..ooooioooooo-l Washington .0 000010000 1-3 Two-base hit: McBrlde. Three-base hit: McBrlfe. Hits: Off Keating 3 In seven In nings (none out tn elshth); off Caldwell. 2 In three and one-third Innings; off Avrea, 7 in eight innings (none out In ninth): Off Johnson. 0 in three Innings. Sacrifice hit: Pecklngpaugh. Sacrifice files: Keating, Milan. Stolen bases: Pecklngpaugh, Shanks, Foster, Henry, Double tlay: Fpster to Morgan to Smith. PaBes on balls: Off Keating. 6; oft Cald well 1. off Ay res, 4. Bases on errors: Washington, 1. Struck out: By Keating, 5: by Caldwell, 4; by Ay res. 4; by John won, 2. Time: 2:40. Umpires: Chill and ShetSdan. BURGER FINED FOR NOT HAVING AUTO LICENSE J. W. Burger, living at the Carlton hotel and kpown as a capitalist and prom inent real estate dealer, was arrested Monday "nt-ht by Motorcycle Offlcor Lyman O. Wheelor for operating an auto mobile without a license. In police court the magistrate fined Mm 5 and costs, but Burger appealed the case to the higher courts. He says he will carry Jt to the supreme court It necessary. City Commissioner -C. H. Withnell of tho department of .flro. protection nrd water supply, In a report to tho city commission on (he advisability of put ting' a new boiler .plant .In the city hall or accepting the proposition of Tho Woo Building jcompany to heat tho building fpr 83,450 a year, recommended that tho bid of John J. Hanlghen for a new plant to ost 812,750 bo accepted. Tho council considered the report and set tills morning at 9 o'clock for a special near" ing, to which Hanlghen will he Invited. In a statistical report Commissioner" Withnell said: "As per your request for report as to cost of city hall heating plant, J here with submit tabulation of bids and re port as "requested: TABULATION OF. BIDS. J. ,J. Hanlghen compapy..J St2.50 Joseph Patok 13.150 Davis & Reed company 14,637 Western Heating and - Plumbing ; company , 13,S90 B. Grunwald 13,057 "As Mr. Hanlghen is tho. lowest bidder on this contract I tooK tno maiw.r up with him to find out the- cost of cutting out all other work except tho installation of the vacuum system and what It would cost to Install and put It In such shapo as The Bee Building company required to follow out their contract. There would be a deduction of 86,900, which would tcavo a balance of 85,850 to furnish the worn out pumps and present plpo system now In use and condemned. "There Is also to be added to this tho sum of $1,500 for a pump required to fcc Installed Jn The Bco building and miUo connections as required In their contract, which would bring the total cost to .17,350, In order to put the city hall heating plant In good running order. Additional to this, the city requires an engineer and helper during the day time; also one man during the night time. Engineers' salary would tie 81,200 per year, the helpers', $S10, and the night man 8840. 'This would be an additional cost of 83,880. Now add to same the Bee Build ing company's proposition of 83,450 per year, which would bring the total to 813.CSO. "The told of the J. J. Hanlghen company of $12,760 being tho lo'we'st bid, I think cltv would be saving money by In stalling Us own plant and awarding lite contract to the J. J. Hanlghen company." llal lialiiiiiiiiallWliilSla1liBlalllall lall.liilllll- litoiMMHMil i la-aiiiiuai-wiiiiaW-- r"-f upon which suitable buildings are to bo erected by tho lessee. Western Eanclies Mn.lrp. Trlp.nl Pln.r.p.R For Family Outing j Minnesota a Mecca pending upon the location, area nnd aluo I tiers of the region mentioned. Now York All of tho Joys of real ranch life, with out undcrgouiir the rigors of the rur.il districts, may be found this year along the Cody road to Yellowstone parVi con veniently ioached over the Burlington route. Besides tho attractive trip through. Yd' lowstono park Itself, abundant prepara tions have recently been made on a num ber of the big rancjics near Cody, Wyo., to care for guests. All of tjjo conven iences of tho modern hotel aro afforded at these ranches, and besides tho big spacious rooms, there arc baths and tho other conveniences of civilization. ; Located In tho heart of tho most pic turesque of mountain country, the scen ery, tempcrnture, cllmato and Invigorat ing air are conducive to the most healthy and plcta'ant vacation prournblc. At tho randies, the moderate prices for ac commodations Includes riding horses. Sev eral of tho ranches have trout strea ns within a stone's throw of the door, while at other places, tho streams are less than half a day's ride from the ranch house. At ot)ier places, camping outfits are pro vided for those who really desire to get out and "rough It" for a few weeks, to avoid the hot weather, tho dust and the uncomfortable hunildlty of tho lower alti tudes. The Cody road is famous for its beauti ful scenery, and tho absolute absence of Indications of civilization such ns shops, furnace smoke, stores or "social etiquette." While fishing leads In popu larity for tho men, the women are In clined to horseback riding for their chief amusement, and tho outdoor life af forded at the western ranches forms the most novel vacation Imaginable. An tho summer tourists commune to pack their grips and kits- for tho annual outing of a couple of weeks after a steady pull at work for fifty weeks, the railroads present to them attractfons that they are, presumed to find. This summer tho Great Western Is boosting Minnesota as a re sort, saying: Minnesota Is very naturally the inoc.cn of tho summer tourists of the eentral states. Its attractions are oven sufficient to draw, visitors from far beyond tho bor- ta the east Trnncssco to the south and Colorado to the west, all are easily within Its aono of attraction. Minnesota has a larger wator area than any other state or tetrltory of tho United States. Five thousand six hundred squaro miles of wa ter, exclusive of lke Superior, are In cluded ltiln the boundaries of tho com monwealth'. This comprises, approxi mately, 10,000 lakes, lorge and small, rang ing from ono to thirty miles In diameter Of tho cntlro number only ten or twelve may bo called large. ,The large majority aro found In the like Park region, which Is, roughly speaking, central Minnesota. THAVKL-UHSOHTS Alter n Lend-Oft Mnn. Manager Fred Clarke Is having con slderablo difficulty In his efforts to get a good lend-off batsman for the Pirates. Joe Kelly failed to fill the bill and Jimmy VIok does not come up to the desired standard. Omaha Eetailers to Invade the Den on Monday Night Omaha retailers are to be entertained at Ak-Sar-Ben den next Monday night. They will be mixed with the Missouri Valley veterinarians, who will be In con vention at Omaha at that time. There are to be some 400 veterinarians, arid no telling low. many hundreds retailers. A special effort Is befhg made to get a good representation of retailers.' The work Is being carried on through the Associated. Retail era of Omaha, ana inrougn mo Omaha Retail Grocers' association. This noon the hustling committee a tn hold a meeting at the Com mercial club. Luncheon will be served, nnd the committee wll tallc over plana for getting, out a .blg h'ptfse for.reUUcrg ana veierinarjan nigffu lr . ii Sullivan -Arrested,; oh Charge of Selling " Beer at Soda Stand j'.There'js aman who gets his littler drink of ' 'schnapps' out of rhMco cream, glAsa. In. drug stores," declared, Police bergeant Al' Samuelson in police court while testi fying against "Jack" Sullivan, clerk in the Rex drug store on North Sixteenth streets, who was charged with keeping a disorderly houeo by selling liquor. with out a saloon license. Samuelson says he entered the drug store and saw several men industriously sucking through straws at something that did not appear to bo plain soda. "It smelled like beer, It IpokedJlkc beer and tasted like beer. o I pinched .em, Judge," Samuelson testified. The defendant was fined $50 and costs, which he appealed. Wilds of Ozarks Attract Many Who Seek Pleasure White the Missouri Pacific does not boast of lakes along Its line. Its officials point to the Ozark mountains of Missouri and Arkansas and assort that thore Is no more restful and, enjoyable place than' In their rocky fastness and along tho wooded streams that flow down tho val leys. Hero Is what Mary Alice Kimball has to say: "How shall I tell you of tho country that I love? Where shall I find word fragrance to make .you feci Its gypsy witchery, its wlldwood charms? "One cannot analyzo the perfume of a wild rose, nor may ono explain wholly the lure of the While- River country tho noblest pleasure ground of tho Mis souri Ozarks.' After yon havo fished Its streams, floated In a cunoe through the blue magic of Its moonlight, centered 'over Its trails in the freshness of early morning, and slept, night after night, licneath Us stars, you will understand a little. When, after many visits, you havo come to know the land In the rdlsty tenderness of springtime, tho full-blossomed beauty of summer, nnd the amaz ing gold-and-purple pageantry of- flam ing autumn; when you have made,frlcnds wJth rttho.- cosmopolitan fraternity of naturei Jo vera who" aro settling Its villages and fartrjSf'WNen, by primitive .flrcBldes of quaint 'Ozark native, ' you have list ened to thrilling, tales of the strangely romantlo hlstdry of the region than you will find that, the. charm of Ozark -land has stolen Into .your heart, holding, you a delighted,, healthy, happy, red-blooded prisoner1! i ,H Trua4a1. 2b E 1 3 Pecklnpa,', aa 4 S 1 HartMll. If., S01 rook. rf..... Ell rialar, ct..., 1 1 J ftwaanar. c. 4 . 1 11 Wllllama. lb 2 0 KMtlni. p.. 2 1 .0 Calflw.U. p.. 1 0 0 Throat nnd nn Trouble r.ulckly helped by Dr. King's New Dis covery. The first dose helps. Best icmedy for coughs, colds and lung dis eases. 60c and $1,00. For sale by all druggists. Advertisement U. S. EXPRESS COMPANY GOES OUT OF BUSINESS After being In bnstnesa since U34, at midnight Tuesday the United States Ex press company went, out of busn.esa, hav ing liquidated and sold Its business to other-express companies. In disposing of the property some time 'ago the business was .put up at auction and sold to the highest bidders, the Nebraska patronage being bought by tho American Express company, that also takes over the fran chises operated on the Rpck Island and a number of the eastern and southern roads. In the aggregate, by reason of tho pur chase, the American adds the mileage of twenty-two railroads and puts 3,000 new offices on Its lists. The property of the United States Express company has been disposed of by selling the horses and office equipment in the towns where offices have been located. The wagons and trucks and numerous other things have been sepj. .on Jo New York to be disposed of there. So far as known but one of the em ployes of the United States will- go to the American. This Is A. F. Hewitt, money order Clerk, who has been with the United States a quarter of a century or so. Other employes have .all secured positions, most of them in other lines of work, and nearly all In the city. The agent, E. P. Fitzwilliam, goes to tho Wells-Fnrgo Express company. Great Fishing Now the Lines of the Northwestern Along The Caf of X. L. Cantelou. The case of L L Cantelou, Clarendon, Tex., Is similar to that or many others who have used Chamberlain's Colic,. Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy, He says, "After trying a doctor for several months, and using different kinds of medicine for my wife who had been troubled with severe bowel complaint for several months, I bought a 25o bottle of Chamberlain's colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy. After using the second bottle she wasi. anttrely cured." . For sale' by all druggists. Advertisement, Weather conditions are good and fish ing Is repored , fine alopg the , lines of the Northwestern In the lake district of Wisconsin. S Here Is a story -of some catches in tho vicinity of Phelps: "Alma.HedbcrB. Conover, Wis., caught eight pike, .weighing, fifteen pounds. Mrs. Wllllm Adams, Conover, AVls., Caught one pickerel, .weighing five pounds. J. W. Crawford, Phelps, AVls., caught nine pike, weighing twenty pounds. Lulu Mlnkley, Phelphs, Wis., caught eleven pike, weighing twenty pounds, in Big Twin lake. J. L. Murphy, Chicago, caught Beven pike, weighing fifteen pounds, end a pickerel, weighing five pounds. John Banholtger, Chicago, caught four pick crel, weighing ten pounds. In Big Sand lake. Carl Jensen, Phelps, caugt clht bass, Weighing sixteen pounds, In Little Twin lake. George K. Nye. Chicago, caught three bass, weighing five pounds. In Big Sand lake. James Robertson, Chi cago, caught two pike, weighing nine pounds. In Long lake. Otto Rundc, Chicago, caught ten pike, weighing six teen pounds, and one pickerel, weighing three and one-half pounds, In Lac Vlgux desert. Albert Hausens, Phelps, caught eleven pike, weighing twelve and three- fourths pounds, and five bass, weighing seven and one-fourth pounds, in Little Twin lake. Summer Homes for All in the Woods ' of Upper Wisconsin Working In conjunction with fitato For estry service' of Wisconsin, the North, western Is laying plans, by which land for a summer home In the Mg woods can be acquired "for1 a small sum of money. E. M. Griffith. ,stato forester of Wiscon sin Is looking' after lands and location and the railroad Is helping to promoto the project. Here la what General Pas senger Agent Cairns of the Northwestern haa to say relative to the matter. "The forst reserve area; especially in Vilas and northern portion of Onolda country, Includes hundreds of beautiful lakes and the state owns many of the most desirable I6ta .on those lakes. The State Board of Foresters la prepared to lease five acres or mora to any Individ ual or club. 'or a period from one to twenty year w th jr)vltege of renewal, or sites for summer .camps or cottages at an annual rental at from $10 to to- HOTHLS.TltAVEIi - v- lILTMORE NEW YORK America's Latest and Most - a -v T f Refined, ana xsew x uixv Centermost Hotel Only hotel occupying rm ej ?5fc vSnderbllt and Madl.on AvenueMM and 44th Central Line, New York, New Haven & Hartford K. 1000 ROOMS OPEN TO OUTSIDE AIR jmi nun un." ROOM RATES FROM 2.50 PER DAY Writ tor Utiulratidfotdrr and map of Netv iork CUSTAV BAUMANN President JOHN McK. BOWMAN KicawreJ" THE BILTMOR E CIGAR Si mmasm Sold by F.WIRTHSAFTER &S0N 171 O FAR NAM, if3E3E3E33BE3E3l COURTESY ffiEE33E3H r x -- ky v F 3 1 JQE3E3E3E3E CAPTAINS There ia a staff of men In the Hotel Martinique whose business capital is Courtesy. It is the duty and privilege of these gentlemen to see to the welfare of the guests of " The House of Taylor." A physician from Buffalo found a Bison City news paper with his morning's mail, at the Martinique. He remarked to a friend : " They do things in mysterious ways at the Martinique, but it is surely delightful and comfortable for the guests." rilte HOTEL MARTINIQUE "The Housa of Taylor" ON BROADWAY, 32d to 334 Streat NEW YORK CITY Waltar Chandler, Jr., Managtr E3E3E3E3E3E 3E3E3E3E3E3E3E3E33GS. r 1 PAninn.-P-. Muskokas, Canada The Restful, Beautiful, Ideal Vacation Ground Cool, sunshiny days, spent loafing in the fragrant pine woods, canoeing, sailing and motorboating in quiet, safe waters in a constantly changing panorama of is lands, or fishing in the ' bright waters" of Indian days. Comfortable hotels are sit uated in places convenient to the railway. Good camping grounds, excellent board ing houses, or your own bungalow on your own island. That is Muskoka Lake Country only a few hours away. An ideal, inexpensive holiday ground. Canadian Pacific Railway takei you there. Train and Service Canadian Pacific Standard Nona Better. Direct connection it Toronto by the new, quick, time-uving'through-tervlce from Chicago on the Michigan Central Canadian Pacific , far (anker fanlcolan nil or write for Booklet No. tH GEO. A. WALTON, Gen. AgL Pat. Dept 224 S. Clark St, Op. Pott Office Chicago TaUptaM Wafcaxu 6600 aT I QnH -d4- Qhininni HTnTin j-n !m r1f Glacier National Park Enjoy the freedom of mountain and trail in Glacier National Park this summer. Centuries auo, the aborig inal Blackfcct Indians, gazing in awe at the eternal, glacicr-cappcd Rockies of nortwestern Montana, named this region ' Land of Shining Mountains." For 1525 square miles, mountains tower above mountains. 250 vari colored lakes kiss the sky and hide in canyons of dizzy depths or nestle in nine-laden valleys. ou can see this Park by touring on foot, horseback, stage, auto- mobile and launch, stonnine- nt llif C.rt Northern Halfwav' attractive chalet campa or pitching your tent where you will. Vaca tions $1 to $5 per day. Tho new nd enlarged Glacier Tarl: Hotel with nreommodalloni for 400 peo ple, afforda orcry modern convenience. Itatrs $3 to J3 per day. Definite Expense Tours For your convenience, tho following apeclal tour of the Park by automobile, boat, stage and lioraebaclc have been arranged: 1 Day lour S8.2S 3 Day Tour S21.0D S Day Tour S31.2S 7 Day Teur tiT.OO Low Round-Trip Summer Tourist Fares Via Great Northern Railway, Daily June 1 Sept 30 To Glacier Park or nelton In Olncler I To the clllea of Puget 8ound and tha Nat ?nil.pirH,Fr"m bt Paul or Mlnne. Pacific From St. Paul or Minneapolis apolii, JM.OOi from Dea Moines. Jto.70. 1 60.00. From Dea Moines, SS3.CS. rroportionattly low fares from other points. Send for Free Book Let us help plan your vacutlon thin jear. Send for free WalUlnr Tour Hook, Aeroplane folder, Hotels and Tours Hook nnd other litera ture Write today. W. H. ItO.MINK, Dlstiltl lnsNPiier A;:cnt Dept. 110 airt Seventh St. lies Moines, (own raatMt.ra.Ula laltraitlMtl ritMllWa flts Frta.bta ! aaaaHo f lasers? oawscw nwoso tssno 1 W. VC. Bomtna. District Faaaancrar Atrnnt. Dipt. 110, 31S Davautli Bt Sea Moinos. la. Hend ma Walking Tour Hook, Aero plane mider, Hotels and Tours ltoo, nnd other descriptive llternture on Ulut'--lor National Park free. It's Oool In Ol&clar National rark, Name ... Low Round Trip Fares to the cool Lake Resorts North and East In Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and the East are hundreds of ideal vacation spots where breezes always blow cool and invigorating. "The Pacific Limited" and three other fast trains from Omaha make convenient con nections in Chicago with trains for resorts of the north and east. CHICAGO Milwaukee & St Paul RAILWAY Send or call for summer resort literature and full information about train service, etc. C1TV TICKET OFFICE 1317 Farnam Street, Omaha W. E. BOCK, City Pass'r Agent Fares from Omaha to a few of the favorite vacation spots are as follows: Delavan Lake, Wis. $18.00 Milwaukee, " 20.50 Waukesha, " 19.60 Oconomowoc, 44 19.70 Minocquo, 44 22.90 Star Lake, 44 23.00 Calumet Mich. 32.10 Marquette, 44 30.00 So. Haven, 44 22.45 Macatawa Park, u 24.45 Charlevoix, 44 34.94 Petoskey, 44 34.94 Mackinac Island,44 35.20 Detroit, 44 31.20 Niagara Falls 33.50 Montreal, Que. 36.50 Boston, Mass. 42.50 New York City 43.50 Atlantic City 45.60 Asbury Park 43.50 Low Vacation Fares, Via Coolest Route to New England Realize what it adds to your comfort to enter New England from the north, via Montreal, the White Mountains al Lake Cham plain. That Grand Trunk route averages 12 degrees cooler than any other line. No hot, dirty manufacturing cities; no mos qultoes; no hay fever. The Qrand Trunk la the doubla track routa Uulcaao to Toronto aa. Jloutiral ana alto lbs oaljr lias ninulu thrmiah ura oror Ita oa tracka between Chlc-Hgo an4 Montreal la Old Orchard Baach and Haw LoarioB. Oonn.) I, the only aao which eklrt the St. Lftwrenra nirrr. making poulbla. If dealred, the (amoua "thnntlna tha raplda" boat trip Klnt-ton to Montreal Connect I a ttamosh dllr altering eara Montreal to Ola Orchard Death and 'ew Londoa, Conn. Tu International Limited new train. Xearaa Chicago 5:45 p.m., av rlra Toronto 8(35 a,m., Montreal, Bi45 pjn Portland, 7i30 am., Boatoa, BiOS ajn. Comprehensive, illustrated trulde-uooks free. Xiowast Vacation Tares. Should New Kngland prove too fur, describe your ideal. We can provide It if It lie? cast or north of Chicago. Address J. MoDonald, Asst. Oaa. Faaseng-er Xgtnt, Qrand Trunk By. Bystem, 113 Wait Adam St Cnlcago, Qllnol. a -WWwrtiV t Yfw. mm