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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1917.
BRINGING UP FATHER NEP-BUT I'D fcE AFRrWD TO HIT MAIE. WITH ONP ' Bt JOVE-YOU MUST UIKE NEVE DRINK TEV VHAT5 THAT CACKE IN FAVOR OF CLUM FOfJ, VOME1S ? ' ' Copyright. Ml. International News Service. y j "w a i ii . " tr l Drawn for The Bee by George McManus RODRKES TO PLAY COFFEY'S CHARGES Des Moines Comes to Omaha for Games Both Saturday and Sunday. PLAY CREIGHTON TODAY Omaha fans will Saturday and Sun- Hay get their last chance to see the 1917 Rourkes in action before the Western league season opens. Pa's hopefuls will clash with Jack. Coffey's Des. Moines dub Saturday and Sun day at the local park. Des Moines has something of a rejuvenated team this year. The old familiar faces of Tex Jones, Eddie Halm, Paul Musser, Claude Thomas, Paul Melban and Baker will be miss ing. And Baldy Isbell has been sup planted by Jack Coffey, former Den ver pilot. The games will give the fans a chance to get a line on the Rourkes as compared . with other Western league clubs. Krug's men cleaned up on the Cub seconds and Milwau kee and they , look pretty nifty. If they wallop Des Moines, too, we will Know l'a has. a real ball club assem bled. Krug put his charges through three hours of practice yesterday. The players are all in good condition and unless someone is injured the team will start the season next week in tip-top shape. Today Tommy Mills' Creighton warriors will tackle the Rourkes again. The collegians were licked 7 to 1 Wednesday, but they hope to put over a victory today. No admis sion will be charged to the game to day.., ; The Rourkes will leave Omaha for Denver" Sunday night, where they open the season next Wednesday. They, stop in Grand Island Monday for a game for the old soldiers. Time Had Nothing To Do With Award Of Go to Paddock To settle all disputes that may have arisen over the time allowed Joe Stecher to return to the ring for the third' and deciding fall of his bout with Earl Caddock, Cy Sherman, referee of the contest, yesterday de clared the time had nothing to do with the award of the match. "I awarded the match," said Sherman, "because Hetmanek, Stecher's mana ger, in the presence of seven witnesses told me Stecher would not continue." "The Police Gazette rules," con tinued Sherman, "provide for a rest period of not less than twenty min utes. Gotch tried to get me to award Caddock the match at the end of fifteen minutes, but I couldn't under ihe rules. Later Melady said he did not want the match to end that way, but insisted the men should wrestle it out. The time had nothing to do with my decision. It was because Het-. rnanck said Steelier would not go on." Sherman also explained the reason he did allow the fall Caddock got dur 'ii K the second round of the scrap. "Before the match Frank Gotch was very insistent that even .if one of the wrestlers' feet," said Sherman, "hung nver the mat, the men should he re 'urned to the center of the ring. It was Gotch who wanted that ruling. Later he kicked about it. Stecher's entire leg was off the mat and I told them to return to the center, but Caddock kept right on wrestling. Earl may have won. a fall, but I was paying no attention to it because I had told them to return to the mat and I was trying to get them back at the time." San Francisco Releases " Kallio to Des Moines San Francisco, Cal., April 12. Rudy Kallio, a young pitcher, has 5een released, it was announced to loines club of the Western league lay by the San Francisco club of the Jacific Coast league, to the Des mder an optional agreement. Constipation and Indigestion. These are twin evils. Persons suf fering from indigestion are often troubled with constipation. Mrs. Robert Allison, Mattoon, 111., writes that when she first moved to Mat toon she was a great sufferer from indigestion and constipation. Food distressed her and there was a feel ing like a heavy weight pressing on her stomach and chest. She did not rest well at night, and felt worn out a good part of the time. One bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets corrected this trouble so that she has since felt like a different person. Adv. THE PARISIAN CLOAK CO Positively every suit, coat and dress of our immense $50,000 goring stock must be sold without delay. The prices mean an enormous sacrifice for us. It also means a big saving for you. We are helpless; soon we must say goodby THE WRECKERS ARE COMING. GIANTS TAKE GAME FROM THE BRAVES Base Ball Season Opens at Braves Field With Defeat for Home Team. SIX TO FOUB IS THE SCORE Boston, April 12. The base ball season was opened at the Braves' field today with a defeat for the local team, New York winning, 6 to 4. The fourth inning produced all of New York's runs- Smith's wild throw on a possible double play, which would have retired the side, caused Rudolph to weaken and by three singles, a double and a triple the visitors gained their winning total. Allen and Barnes held them runless subsequently. The Braves had gained an early lead of two runs in the third and another in the fourth. Snow fringed the field. There was a cold wind and a trace of rain in the air. Bluejackets and ma rines marched to the flag pole before the game and raised Old Glory, while an airplane circled overhead. Score: NEW YORK. BOSTON. AB.H.O.A.E. ABH.O.A.F. Bumi.lf 4 3 4 0 OM'nv'le.ss 6 13 6 0 HerfR.rf 4 0 2 2 0Kvors,2b 1 0 0 0 0 Rob'U'n.rf 8 2 10 lR'wrnR8 1 0 0 0 0 Zlmm'n,3b 4 0 0 0Maisey,2b 2 112 0 Fl'toh'r.at 4- 0 t 1 iBalley.rf 2 110 0 Knuff.cf 4 3 3 0 OTw'mly.rf 3 0 0 0 0 Holke.lb 4 17 0 OMajrce.If 4 2 2 0 0 Rartden.c 2 14 0 OKn thy.Ib 5 17 10 Sallee.D 10 0 1 0Hmlth.3b 4 13 11 And'rs'n.p 10 0 1 OKfll.y.ef 3 0 3 0 0 M'C'rty.c 8 14 0 oGowdy.e 4 2 5 2 0 Hud'lph.p 10 13 0 , Totali.. 35 11 27 9 2FitzVt'k, 0 0 0 0 0 Allen, p 1 0 0 0 0 "TranVr I 0 0 0 0 Barnes.p 0 0 0 6 0 Totals.. 37 26 16 1 flalle out, MeCarty baihrl out of order. Batted for Anderson In fourth. Batd for Evera in fourth. Ratted for Rudolph in fourth. Batted for Allen In eighth. Now Tork 00060000 06 Boston 00210100 04 Two-baa hits: Bailey, Rarfden. Three-bane hits; Hagee, MeCarty, Double- play: Jlaran ytllo and Kooe'tchy. Basua on balls: Off Anderson, 2; off Bailee, 1; off Rudolph, 2 Hits: Off Anderson, 4 In three Innings; off Ha lea,- 6 in six Innlngi; off Rudolph, 8 In four lnnfnga; off Allen, 3 In four Innings; off Barnes, none In one lnnlwr. Hit by pitched ball: By Sal Ice, Ma gee. Struck out: By An derson, 4: by 8allee, 3; by Rudolph, 1; by Allen, 1; by Barnes, 2. Umpires: Byron and Quisle. "Rods Blank Cards. Cincinnati, April 12. Toney had the best of a pitching duel with Ames today, and Cincinnati won, 1 to 0. After Long dropped McKechnla'a Ion fly in the fifth inning. Oroh followed with a single driving In the only run of the game. McKechnie injured a finger sliding Into first In the eighth. Score: ST. LOUIS. CINCINNATI, AB.H.O.A.E. ARH.O.A K Bescher.lf 1 0Cuto,lf BetKel.Sb 4 12ft OM'K'nte.Sb 4 1 1Groh,2b,3b 3 1 'base, lb 4 1 OKousch.pf 3 2 ONejile.rf 2 OKopf.M 3 1 OWIngo.e 2 il 0Tiney,p S 0 0tShi'an,2b 0 ft 10 0 Jjong.rf 3 110 Mlller.lb 3 17 1 H'rnsby.ss 3 0 4 2 Crutse.cf 8 0 0 0 F.fimith.Sb 3 0 S 8 Hnyder.c 3 4 2 Amea.p 2 0 0 2 J. Smith 10 0 0 0 0 Totals. .26 3 24 16 1 Totals. .IS 7 27 13 1 Batted for Ames In Ihe ntnth. titan for McKechnie In ihe eighth. St. Louis o 0 0 0 fl 0 o n nn Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Bases on balls: Off Toney, 3; off Anion. 2. Stolon base: Groh. Hits:- Off Tonoy, 3 in nine Innings; off Ames, 7 In eight in nings. Struck out: By Toney. 4: bv Ames. 4. Panned ball: Wlngo, Umpires: ' Orth and Rlgler. Pirates IiOM to Cubs. Chicago, April If. Fhil Douglas held Pittsburgh to four scattered hits today, while Chicago bunched hits behind Cooper's wildness and. won their second victory, 2 to 0. The cold weather took effect on Larry Doyle's ankle and he retired in favor of Zelder. Wortman'a batting was a feature. Score: PITTSBURGH. CHICAGO. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.K. Bigbeejf 4 0 11 OPlack.lf 4 13 0 0 Carey.cf 4 0 0 0 OWolter.rf 3 110 0 Srhulte.rf 4 14 0 OWlil'ms.cf 3 0 2 0 0 K'man.Jb 8 0 0 1 0 Deal, 3b 2 0 0 10 Balrd,3b 3 12 3 OSaier.lb 4 1 10 0 0 Ward.ss 8 110 0Doyle,2b 0 0 110 .! C'rty,2b 8 0 2 2 0Znlder,2b 3 112 0 K'aoh'r, cl 0 1 0 OW'tm'n.ss 8 3 2 1 2 Schmidt.o 10 10 ORlliott.c 4 17 3 0 Cooper, p 2 0 11 0Dougl's,p 4 0 0 4 1 Alfnb'rg 1 0 0 0 0 Mlller.p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals.. it) 8 27 12 2 Totals.. 30 4 24 0 Batted for Cooper in eighth. Pittsburgh 00000000 0 0 Chicago 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 02 Two-base hits: flaler, Flack, Three-base hits: Wolier. Stolen bases: Carey, Balrd, Holder. Double plays: Wortman, Zelder, Safer. Bases on balls: Off Douglas, 4; off Cooper, 6. Hits: Off Cooper, 7 in seven innings; off Miller, 1 In one Inning; off Douglas, 4 in nine Innings. Struck out: By Douglas. 6; by Cooper, 3; by Miller, 1. Wild pitch: Douglas. . Umpires: Klem and Email". Warner Throws Three Men in Half an Hour Leigh, Neb., April 12. (Special.) Rudie Warner of HowelJs, Neb., last night threw Fred Glasner, Charles Vanicek and Jim Higgins all in thirty-two minutes. He contracted to throw all three in one hour and turned the trick in almost half the time. Hig gins lasted the longest, twenty-one minutes. Tomorrow night Warner wrestles Joe McVey of Kansas City at Plattsinouth. Wan Ball fiames. The Omaha A Council Bluffs Street rail way team of the Pierce street barns would like to arrang games with teams plsvtng v. eek day ball. Write or phone W. C. HauR li ma n. manager, Tenth and Pierce car burn. Hummel Wants to Play Pipe Organ And Parks Condemns the Chairs, While WithneU is to Present the Bill to Melady, WITH DADS' COMPLIMENTS "Gene Melady is decent sport, gentleman and a business man," de clared City Commissioner Parks, di recting his words with unwonted force at City Commissioner Butler. Mr. Parks charged Butler with waging a personal light against Mr. Melady. This latest councilmanic embrog lio arose over a statement submitted by Manager Franke of the Audi torium, claiming that the interior of the building was damaged to the ex tent of $670.53 during the evening of the recent wrestling match. Mr. Franke told the commission YANKEES DEFEATED BY RED SOX AGAIN Boston Americans Make Two Straight Over New York Team. it SIX TO ONE IS THE SCORE New York, April 12, The Boston Americans made it two straight over New York here today, batting out another easy victory, 6 to 1. The world's champions won in the first inning, when they bunched four hits with a fumble by Shawkey for three runs. Walker again made three hits, giving him six for two games played. Leonard pitched strongly for Boston in the pinches. Rain fell during the greater part of the game. Score: BOSTON. NEW YORK. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. Hnoper.rf 3 110 (lGilh'lsy,rf 4 12 0 0 Harry,2b 4 13 1 OHlfth.lf S 1 S 1 0 K'tzell.lb 4 2 10 0 0Mai(iel,2b 4 1110 Lewls.lf 6 0 8 ft OPtpp.lh 4 3 8 0 0 Walker, of 6 3 6 ft HBakr,3b 2 10 0 1 OMner.3b 4 2 ft 4 OMagee.cf 4 0 5 0 1 Smiles 4 0 3 ti op-pa'gh.sa 3 1 1 S 1 Thomas.c 4 0 4 1 OWalters.c 2 0 7 0 0 Leonard, p 3 0 ft ft 0'Bau'aim 0 0 0 0 0 Nun'kftr.o 10 0 0 1 ,Tutala..36 9 27 11 OShawkey.p 2 0 0 4 1 MlenrtrlK 1 0 0 0 0 Ijove.p 0 0 0 1 0 Miller 1 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 31 7 37 6 Ratted for Walters In Ihe aevanth. Hatted for Shawky In the seventh. Batted for Lovo in the ninth. BtiHton S 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 16 New York 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 Two-base hit: Gardner, Stolen bnneg; Hoblitzell (2). Double piny: Hlprh to Wai ters. Bases on balls: Off Shawkey, 2; off Love, 1; off Loonard, b. Hits: Off Shaw key, 8 in seven lnnhi(: off Love, 1 In two Innings. Struck out : By Shawkey, 4 ; by Leonard, 3. Wild pitch: Shawkey, Urn piroa: McCormlck and Connolly. Indiana Best Tlgera, Potrnlt, April 12. Buby had a little the arlvaiitatco of Elimke In a finely pitched Kit me this afternoon, which Cleveland won, 2 to 1. Cleveland scored a run In the first Inning on Or. ney's double, a sacrifice and an out. Hits by Speaker nd Uulsto and a an orifice by Roth fcave Cleveland Its second tally. Jones scored for Hetrolt on a slnRle,' an Infield out and a wild pltrh. Speaker hit safely throe times in four times up. Score : CLEVELAND, DETROIT. AB.H.O.A. K. ' AB.H.O A. E. Oraney.lf 4 110 ilBiieh.ss 4 0 2 3 0 Chap'n.ns 3 0 3 3 lYoung,2b 4 10 3 0 Hpoak'r.cf 4 3 3 0 OCobb.rf 3 12 0 0 Koth.rr 3 0 3 0 oveacn,ir z n 4 o WWa.Sb 4 111 OHellm'n.cf 4 0 0 0 0 OulBto.lb 4 Ml 0 OBurns.lb 4 1 11 1 0 Turner.Sb 4 0 12 1Jonea,3b 3 112 0 O'Netll.c 2 0 3 1 flRpencer.e 3 10 10 Bagby.p S 0 0 S OMhmke.p S 0 1 8 0 Crawf'd 1 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 31 7 27 10 3Nlch'ls-n 0 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 31 5 27 13 0 Batted for Rhmke In ninth. Kan for Spencer In ninth. Cleveland 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 02 Detroit 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 Two-base hit: Oraney, Stolen base: Cobb, Bases on balls: Off Ehmke, 1; off Bagby, 4. Hits: Off Ehmke. 7 in nine, innings; off Bagby, & in nine Innings. Hit by pitcher; By Bagby, (Cobb). Struck out: By Ehmke, &; by Bagby, 2. Wild pitch: Bagby. Um pires: Nail In and Evans. Senators Trim Macks. Philadelphia, Pa.. April 12. Washington hit the bait hard here today and won easi ly, 0 to 2. Myertt and Noyos were hit hard, while Oallla did not permit more than one hit In any Inning. Foster made a triple and two singles In five times at bat. Score: WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. L'nard.ab 113 2 OWItt.ss 6 16 10 Foster. 2b 6 3 S 3 0Lawry,2b 4 0 4 3 0 Mllan.ef 3 12 0 OStrunk.cf S 0 1 1 0 lllce.rf S S 3 0 OTh'sher.r 4 10 0 0 Smith. If 6100 OBodle.lf 3 0 2 0 1 .ludge.lb 4 111 0 OM'Innts.Ib 2 17 0 0 M'Hrtdft.si 5 2 16 OBatea.Sb 4 2 2 1 0 Henry.o 4 1 S 0 Ogchang.a 3 0 0 0 0 Gallia, p 4 0 0 3 OMyers.p 0 0 0 3 0 Noyes.p 3 0 0 t 0 Totals.. 38 12 37 13 ONabors.p 0 0 0 1 0 W.J'nsoa 110 0 0 tG rover 1 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 33 I 27 It X Batted for Noyes In the rtventh, tBatted for Nabors In the ninth. Washington S 0 1 M I I I 00 Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0: Two-base hit: Mclnnta, Three-baae hits: Potter, Bates, Stolen baaea: Leonard, Milan, Rice. Double plays: Leonard to Judge, Bates to Lawry to Melnnls. Base on balls: Off fin 1 1 la. h; off Noyes, 4; oft Nabors. 1. lilts: off (.la Mia, 0 in nln In nlngN; off Myers. P In on Innlnir; off Noyi-a, 7 In six timlngx: off Xnlmrs nnn- in two In nings. Struck OUI Uy Gulllii, ti; by .Noycu. I 1 I y III I. TTn in I li - . II i" Know if They at Wrestling Bout ers that some of the spectators climbed inside the large pipe organ and that they also broke nearly 400 seats. "Did they play the pipe organ at the wrestling match?" inquired Com missioner Hummel, who is not a wrestling fan. "Why don't you get seals down there at the Auditorium that are strong enough to hold a fellow at a wrestling match. I sat on one of those seats," continued Mr. Parks, maintaining a mental bead on Mr. Butler, who originally proposed that the Auditorium manager prepare a statement which should he the basis of a claim against Mr. Melady. "Melady would be a fool if he paid this claim," interposed Mr. Parks. Peace reigned again when it was agreed that Commissioner Withnell should personally hand the claim to Mr. Melady with the compliments of the city council. Standing of Teams NATL LEAGUE. AM Kit. LEAGUE. W.I. Pft-t W. L. Pet. Phlla. 1 0 1.0fl0;Roston .....2 0 1.000 New York.,,1 Q 1. 000 W ashington 3 0 1000 Cincinnati ...2 0 1.000Chlcago ....t 0 1.000 Chicago ....! l.O0nCleveland ,.3 0 l.'OOO Brooklyn ...0 I .000petroit .....0 2 .000 Pittsburgh ..0 .OOOINew York...O 2 .000 St. Louis.... 0 3 .OOOjst. Louis. ...ft 1 .000 Boston ...4.0 1 .000Phila. 0 3 .000 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION'. Played. Won, Loit. Pet. Milwaukee 2 2 0 l.nno Kansas City , 2 2 0 1.000 Indianapolis 2 J ft 1.000 Louisville 2 1 1 .boo Columbua 2 t 1 .fiOft Toledo 3 ft 2 .000 Minneapolis ........ b... 3 0 2 ' .000 Bt, Paul 3 0 3 .000 Yesterday's Resnlts. NATIONAL LEAGUE. New York, 0: Boston, 4. Philadelphia-Brooklyn, wet grounds. St. Louis, 0; Cincinnati, 1. Pittsburgh, 0; Chicago, 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chlcago-St. Louis, rain. Cleveland, 3; DetroU, J. Washington, ; Philadelphia, I. Boston, 6': New York, 1. AM ERIC Aft ASSOCIATION." Columbus, 3; Louisville, 1. Toledo, 1; Indianapolis, 12. Minneapolis, 6; Kansas City, 11. SU Paul, 4; Milwaukee, 6. Games Today. National League New York at Boston, Philadelphia at Brooklyn, St. Louis at Cin cinnati, Pittsburgh at Chicago. American League Chicago at St. Louis, Cleveland, at Detroit, Waahington at Phila delphia, Boston at New York. American Association Columhua at Louis ville, Toledo at Indianapolis, Minneapolis at Kansas City, St Paul at Milwaukee. 4: by Nabors. t. Passed ball: Henry, Um pires: Owen and Dlnoen. Columbus and Omaha to Shoot for Rees Trophy There will be no shoot at the Omaha Gun club Sunday afternoon. On that day the Omaha team, headed by Frank Parmelee, goes to Colum bus to shoot for the Charles E. Rees trophy. Twenty or twenty-five shoot ers from Omaha are expected to make the journey, some by auto and some hy train. Columbus recently won the Rees trophy from Omaha. American Association. At Louisville r, jf. e. Columbus 0000 00 30 03 S 2 Louisville 00000100 01 4 1 Batteries: Columbus, Loudermilk and Cole man; Louisville. Beebe and demons. At Kansas City r. h, e. Minneapolis ... 00300200 0 5 0 3 Kansas City.... 33000114 11 15 1 Batteries: Minneapolis, Burke and Owens, Veach; Kansas City. Humphries and Barry. At Indianapolis r, h. E. Toledo 00000100 0 1 7 X Indianapolis ,.. 00324201 It 14 2 Batteries: Toledo. Keating, Bailey and Sweeney; Indianapolis, Northrop and Gos sett. At Milwaukee R. H. E. St. Paut 04000000 04 I 1 Milwaukee 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 6 9 0 Batteries: St. Pan!, Urlner, Lot. Hager man and Glenn; Milwaukee, Goodwin, Shcr dell and JJuberry. Crane and Rhodes W in, Boston, April 12. Joshua Crane ami D. P. Rhodta defeated George W, Wlghlman and Q. A. Hhaw McKnan. all of this city, In the first match of the Round Robin play In the national cuurt tennis doubles rham plontJhlp tournament at the Tennis and Racket club today. The score wu: (i-l, G-3, 6-2. t nl Players W in. Iowa Clly, la,. April 12. (Special ) Iowa batsmen who havo been falling to hit sue cesBfully all season had a fine day yenturday and swung for twelve safe blows In six in nings, defeating ihe Mason City team of the Central Aftoclatlon, I to 1. Southern Association, Mobile, 5; New Orleans, 0. Birmingham, 2; Nashville, 9. Little Rock, 8; Memphis, 2. Atlanta, 1; Chattanooga, S. Nature Cures, the Doctor Takes the Fee. There is an old saying that "Nature cures, the doctor takes the fee," but as everyone knows you can help Na ture very much and thereby enable it to effect a cure in mueh less time than usually required. This is par ticular true of colds. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy relieves the lungs, liquifies the tough mucus and aids in its expectoration, allays the cough ;md aids Nature in restoring the sys tem to a healthy condition. Adv. FREMONT MAN GOES INTO SINGLES LEAD Leaders in Doubles in State Bowling Tourney Remain Just as They Were. BEN JOHNSON IS SECOND Fremont, Neb., April 12. (Special Telegram.) Everett Hammond of Fremont shot into the lead in the singles in the State Bowling tourna ment here on the last shift this after noon with a score of 654. Frank Middaugh had held the lead with 018 since the opening of the tournament Monday. Hammond shot games nf 20.i, 2'6 and 225. Hen Johnson of Fremont was sec ond high for the day with 575. Fremont Candy Kitchin team is high, with 2.711. lligh scores in singles: R. HaiiimnM 20 23 5D. Br.n Johnson Ha 201 till R76 O. V!inH.UK.ll. S.-huyler. 1H4 17S 1M fisfi Mui-hlli.k. .Schuylr-r 1S7 17(t 1RI r.3:. Srhot'iiman, Omaha 1C1 in 176 &2U Other singles scores: Kent. OnmliR Mfi AmmtiMi, ottmha r.n BUnil, Oninha fiiiH SolplH. Omaha , 506 M. Van lltiunen, Schuyler.... ......(infi Brown, Lincoln ...495 ii. Smith, BchuyltT.... 49b Holltdny, Omaha 4fiR R. Hrlple, Omaha 42 MrCunr, SchuyhT 456 Rookie, KriMnont 447 R. Van Honarn 443 Wpru, flrhuyler , 4'J4 Douhlcs leaders were undisturbed. Mullerty and lluettman of Fremont leading for the day with 1,02ft Other doubles scores are: Muetth lick and Francis. Schuyler, 3; Smith and McCune, Schuyler, 934. Bond Companies Offer to Pay Shortage of Hudson Hastings, Neb., April 12. (Special Telegram.) The Lion Bonding com pany and the Amsterdam Casualty company today "offered to pay to Adams county $2,750 as surety of former County Clerk Charles Hud son, recently convicted of forgery for $K00. An auditing firm reported a shortage in the office of $7,671.69 based on its own interpretation of the law governing the fees by the clerk, but the sureties dispute this inter pretation and disclaim liability for more than the sum tendered. The board of supervisors is confer ring with the sureties in an attempt to reach a settlement. Boys and Girls Here Is Your Opportunity GRASP IT We are going to give to the boy or girl bringing to our store before 6 p. m. April 21, 1917, the best story containing less than 200 words why every boy and girl should ride a Har-ley-Davidson bicycle, their choice of either a $35 boys' "7-17 Special" or a girls' "Standard" Harley-David-son bicycle. Not one cent of expend iture required to enter this contest. Three d i s i n t e rested prominent business men will be the judges. Grasp This Opportunity! See the prizes in our windows. Victor H. Roos "THE CYCLE MAN" 2701-03 Leavenworth St. IM.ilMlliK'll.llTlllllllllllfllllllilllllilllllillTllrliilMli.- RHEUMATISM I ADD OUR BATHS i These baths relieve sharp, i shooting pains in the arms, legs, Z side, back or breast, or soreness ? of any part of the body almost - immediately. Many of our pat- - rons have assured us of their Z permanent relief. ? BROWN PARK ! MINERAL SPRIKGS : 25th and O SU. Phon South 670. ? DR. JOHN A. NIEMANN I Osteopathic Physician In Char ft. " -. iii ii! .rn; i'it.i! i i i t i i in i i t . Brakeman's Dead Body Found Lying Under Trestle Sl'.i'uandnali. la.. April 12. (Special i'clcKraiu.) Winn the lirakeman on a freight that pulled into Shenan doah at 8:15 last niKlit did not show up to Hint the switch, railroad men, takiiiR an engine started back over the Wabash tracks to search. The lifeless body of lirakeman Charles Hardin, Stanberry, Mo., was found under a trestle half a mile west of UniKham. His death was accidental His body was taken to Stanberry tonight by his father, J. J. Hardin, and brothcr-tn-law, J. V. ttonlware. Hardin leaves a wife. Will Take Census of Stock Owned by Alien Enemies New York, April 12. The gov ernors of the Ni:v York Slock ex change adopted a resolution today in structing members of the exchange to turn in by 2 p. in., Friday, to the gov ernors a memorandum nf securities and money belonging to alien ene mies in their possession, Nonsupport and Cruelty Are Two Wives' Reasons Belle (ieheriuger is suing William Ccheringer for divorce in district court on grounds of alleged nonsup port. Stella Schmidt seeks her free dom from Erick Schmidt. She al leges cruelty. TODAY SAVE $2 on PYRENE $10 is the price you must pay for. Pyrene May 1. $8 is the price to- . day. By buying today you save a $2 bill. Don't say "I'll put it off". Those are dangerous words. One dav's delay in getting automobile and a life. Anderson Tlrt Supply Co. Auditorium Carafe Down Town Garaf o Fontanell. Garage Co. Liningar Implemant Co. McCraw Co., (The) Mid-Wait Electric Co. 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Handlin, state auditor, to issue a warrant on the state treasury for $75,(WO appropriated by Ihe 1917 legislature for payment of members of the Fourth infantry regi ment, South Dakota National Guard, ! who served on the Mexican border. Of this amqunt each soldier will re ceive $75. Mr. Handlin had refused to recog nize the appropriation on constiution al grounds. Action was begun by the militia officers to compel the auditor to pay the amount shortly after the South Dakota troops returned from the border in March. Persistent Advertising Is the Road To-Success. THE PAmifAtTcLOAltcO. is sorry that it is compelled to ac tually throw out the greatest assort ment of spring apparel we have ever shown. A tempting selection of spring suits, coats and dresses that are sure to please you are going at a sacrifice. The time is short THE WRECKERS ARE COMING. Pyrene for your home may cost Omaha Auto Supply C. Pttxton A Gallag htr Co. Powtll Supply Co. Sunftorluid Mchlnory Supply Co. 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