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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JUNK 10, 9'i'i.
11 Favorites Nosed Out in Five of Six Races T , Dolph Vin. Mile and Six. teenth Race and Captain Clover, the Favorie, Finuhei Third. THE bang-tails that did not have the Picking of the betting fra ternity knocked tht fivoritei into the river yesterday and scamper rd to the wire first m five of the fix race at Ak field. Judge Budrow with B. ScherTel winging on the ribbons, came in first in the second race of five and one-half furlongs to be the only favorite to get around the oval first. Our Leader, with W. Minders up. came in two and a half lengths be hind the favorite, outstaying Little Pointer in a fast finish. . . Zaratos Wins. Zapatos, with J. Cruber in the saddle, set a precedent for the "out siders" m the first race when he gal loped into the lead a furlong out and gamely stuck there for the five and a half furlongs. H. Tullet kept Judge Hanecy in there all the way and he outstayed Delante for second place in the stretch. Delante finished third, three necks ahead of Carlos Enrique, who enjoyed the heavy support of the IUI IIICS. r In the third race, five and one- half furlongs. B. A. Jones was forced out of the money and I. W. Harper, who also was a favorite, only man aged to get third place as Flossie F was given a beautiful ride into the stretch by L. Mills to finish a length ahead of Precious Jewell, another "outsider." Precious Jewell was the pacemaker until Flossie F was ready. . Harper Gets Off WeJL I. V. Harper got off well and-U raced steadily. B. A. Jones lost all chance at the start. ' Little Florence, ridden by H. Jones, assumed command in the first quarter and gamely withstood the challenges of Innovation, winning by one and a half lengths in the fourth, six furlongs.- . . ' Innovation raced persistently and hung on resolutely to outfinish Mooresque, who received almost as heavy a play as Thirty-Seven, the favorite, who came in fourth. Little Florence n. paid $18 on. stranght l ticket and Innovation paid $17.60 to place. Holders of show tickets on Mooresque got 70 cents ou .their investment Old Rce Comet Home. - The "sure-thing boys" were giveji another jolt in the fifth "race, over a mile, when Old Rose won going away. Repent finished second, set ting the pace until the stretchy He hung on with rare gameness and Walter Dant outstayed Au Revoir, the favorite, for third money. E. Barham gave the winner a swell ride all the way. getting him off well from fourth position. J he sixth race over a mile and sixteenth was a sort of a puzzle to the pari-mutuel players and five of the six starters received a fairly good play, with Captain Clover the favorite. - - r" ' Dolph Finishes Well. Dolph won in a driving finish -with Dainty Lady placing second and Captain Clover.. third. Dolph paid $7.60 for those who played him on the nose. Dolph was saved by Espeh shade until entering the stretch, where he forged to the front in' a punishing drive and outfinished Dainty Lady, who, after showing good speed in pacemaking, finished resolutely under Singleton's crack whip. v, ' Captain Clover came -from - far back in a 'rush and distanced lar cellaBoy by two lengths in the stretch. , . , A crowd of approximately 3,500 was out Fairbury Wins From Hastings by 8-2 Score Hastints, Neb.,'1 Jan . Fitrbury won from Hssltnfs. S to S. today, tn fame replete with errors. Lovich had Hastings Matter tannine tho air and rocsived (ood support. Faii-bury mad score both times after two wer out. Amen mad three prettr catches of hard hit balls. .. Score: ,, - ' ' V 4 HASTIXOS. ) FAIUBCRT. AB.SLO.A.I AB.RO.A. S 0 4 lisjooner. 4 1 1 s ;icfeTrtuta. 3b s ff i 1 OlUcDerantt. c 4 13 1 aineichle. !b s 1 3 0 BUM. If 4 1 1 SlWtnbrok. lh 1 T 1 1 IS !Girla. It, 4 11 3 4 HO'Ceram. rf 4 0 1 0 I 1 3 I I llorlrh, p "4 JO si Tctila S3 I 37 I i a ii Score by Innings: Fairbury Hasting . .ft4 4 OOII S .. S00 3 Summary Runa: Cleveland. McDermott, Retchle, Bliss . (i). . Goodwin, O'Connor, l.ovtch. Amen. TA'iHet. Errors: JohnMa Denton (1). Knapp (!. Tomes. Willets. Lovich (3). Tbree-bsse hit: Amen. Two. base hits: Lovich. Denton. Smith (2). Sac rifice hits: Wlnbuan IS). Rooncy.. Base in balls: Off Lovich, I; off Peterson. 3; off Tomes. 4. Stolen base: Denton (), Wil lets. Doable play:. Amen to Wlllets. Runs nd hits: Off Peterson. 4 and 4 In 3 3-3 Inning; off Tomes, 4 and 4 In 4 1-3 in nings. Struck out: By Lovich. 1: by Peterson. 3: by Tomes, 1. Left on bases: atrbury. : Hastings. 14. Passed ball: Willets. Wild pitch: Lovich. Earned runs: Fairbury. 4: Haatlnga, 3. Vmpire: Snyder. Tims: 3:30. , Safe or Out L Q. When there Is only one umoira baa he a right to umpire from behind the pitcher It he wtshea t do so J A. It la rasawaaaiT to let th nmpire take hie poelteoa aa he wishes when there Is easy owe. - Q. It was evident that a squeeae phty was to b tried o th catcher raa up to th plat and pushed th batter to one side so thst be could not hit th ball. He aatd th batter wu in Ida way. What ; waa th right ruling 7 . - A. Th batter aheaM have bee seat Is first base mad tho reamer aa third per se sited to seer. asaiter what th eattefcer may have saM tt waa evident that laaerfeveaee had take place. ' . ' Has the umpire the right to wear Piked hoear It ts said her that be baa not aa he may Injur a ball player. -' A. Th umpire assy If ha wiahts to do so. Q. Our pitcher was sent to right field for aa taalag heeanss ha hart hi arm. The a went back to th boa and they said be could not, pitch again. Waa that - right T - A, He. TV patrhe ss- pbry SB tda fourth St h has Ba4 Q. What la the paaalty tt th Batter throw hi bat? Ansa, cf mm, at 4 I Johnna. it -S'l , Knspp. 3b 8 1 Perk, tf .11 Tomes, sa-n 4 Hrtlr. lb 4 Wlilrta. 1 - san. 0 WlseUftos.w S mini haws th third a pHehms ha th tk gam. A. Iwar t iinallf . Bees year ago In the Kallisil l.agaa taaro waa a aaeetal rate Staat aba bawsar was sat H at threw hds bwt, bad tarn rase dad aa gtr eatts- Omaha Bee Racing Chart , daily rtcaixai , ICsHeS bewn W. achlllMl) Jo, MatM L. NalkauH. turUr, A. Mf kalis t. OMAHA. Nil, Frlta, Jtae a. Ifl wist stay, niwir sswttiBft WEATHER CkXAJt TRACK COOO. . 2558- PIIUT RACE few hrlMf jQO ard. fT Uir. aaa. Hon and O.ser WtTIc IIS4 Zapato 1 ill. JmmI 111 I lll4Jyaf Htwr f lOSrllll i I S S4I4 DelsBI t IB. MCI ml lit 1414 Carlo Enrtma 1 iJmim 11 ISS4 Hawoe Mtanli I (01)111 014 BIo I J. A. Malll tit At est minute. Off at Id. rTte lit.! via, 14 Ur Entry 11.41 pise, fts them. Start. a. Won, U arislnt. Winner, a. f. I. Ormondalo-Ltf bt Ehor. T raiser. T. GniiiB. Ovorwoiabu, Carlo S. Essoin tot eao4 per freio th start sn4. 4iirin of Dslsitt fs fleet Ml. withstood th srain ehallewi of Jsdcs Hsnory. Latter clee4 tswtly sod ontatarH Delsste. Delanto fore4 Eapata at too) sp4 ao4 hang on tamely while and? the whip. Carlo Enrique ran well. Others were beaten otf. 255-ecOND ACE Th aao) w)4iaU furioora. rwit SSOO. Net wahm Zf wttOt tk4. $30. Two-ye ar-d. lndea Horeo pad Owner Wt. H, I ' Bsdrow 4 " J ', Li"4T lt. Jw,.'?,i!!! IsIfTadf IS4S Oar 1 IS4S Little Pointer 4 (MaltbrMlS 4 ISSS Poa Jos (C. Croveel 111 a ttll ria.h of Steel I tM keyUU I llll Sols Maid 1 (Oldham) 1 11 I t&41 Saleateroa I IP. Duffel 114 7 1144 Ellen Smyth l.(C. IrwinllOS t At post I minute.. Off at 1:11. Tim. pal Jrdso II Tl win. tt.ll Place. St.S ahow;. Loader 11.11 plaea, IS.tl ehew: Potntrr II I! show. Ptart. good, all bat Don Jos. Wo la a Ballon, second anat third drivlnc. Winner, eh. a"., by Pick Flnnell-Bellona. Winaer entered for 1410. Trainer, J. Hactrty. Scratch, Beat Welch, Starker. Over weight. Balrstoroa 4, Bala I. Jsdc Budrow had tho speed and, rated in front, he drew oat decisively i whoa let down to ultimately win aaaiiur ap. Our Lead saved ground oa .'! ' tho tarna and making a faat finish outstayed Little fainter. Letter was promi nent tbroughoat and raa well. Poa Jo propped as the barrier arosa then mad up moth ground from such a poor beginning. Flaaa O'Stool was going faat tt th end. Bala Maid showed speed for half thea suit. TCA THIRD RACE Five and ewe-half a," wausr aooi St Index Hone and Owner Wt. St. iM4 F1o.il F. II (Scovllle) lib 1 ISSt Proeioas Jewel I ( Kindle) 1 OS S xS4l I. W. Harper T (Irwtnllls I H44I Parley Belle 4 (G tnerl Ilk I IISlDPatay ONeil I (Moeer) 111 1 zSSt B. A. Jones II (J. HalDMOS I, 1541 Rath Vsa 11 (Landramllll TN 1441 Praam Light I Nolanlb . Henry Walbank 14 K yltll 4 At poet I alautes. Off et t:4S. Tim. :!4, .41. HU, lt. It ntaal paid Flos.le F II win. 14.11 placo. It. SO show; Preciou. Jewel 18.20 place. It.ll .how: L W. Harper 11.71 show. Start, good for all bat B. A. Jonas. Woe handily, second driving, third una. Winner, blk. a, by Neejon Siafy.' Trainer. O. Scorlll. OverweighU. Walbank I, Ruth S. Floaai F waited on th leader until ready, then went to th front with a rush' and under vigorous hand riding outstayed Precious Jewel. Latter wa forward contender from start and made a game finish. L W. Hsrper did his best. ' Parley Bell mad up ground from a slow beginning. Patsy O'Neill showed most early speed, but was don after entering the stretch. B. A. Jones lost'sU chanrs at the .tart. . , J if. I FOURTH RACE Sis furlong. Pirra $00. Net value to winner, $400i 1 second, 70; third, (30.. Throe-year-olds and way Claiming. lades Horse and Owner Wt. St. 1541 Little Florence S (Lovell)lOS , 164! Innovation I (J. Spieer) 111 ll Moonsqu I (K'kamp) I7 t!4l Thirty Sevea t (M'G'or) lit Louue Paul 11 (Derby) 114 1141 Last Cbsnee (Willie's) US 1541 Myrtle A. I (C. Irwin) 111 t t 1 4 I 7 I At post 1 minutes. Off at 4:11. Time, :24, :48. 1:15. 12 mutuela paid Little Florence 17.70 win. 14. fO place. S2.70 show; Innovation JU7.60 plaea, 15.10 show: Moore. que 12.70 show. Start, good. Won handily, second driving, third same. Winner, cb. f-, by General Roberts-Lorn Nit. Trainer, R. Lovell. Scratehea, Flaxy Mae. Miss Frauland, Lady JeweL Overweights. Florence t. Little Florence disposed of the leader in th first quarter then' assumed command and, despite going very wide entering the stretch cleverly, hold Innovation safe in the doling drive, dnnovation raced forewardly and per sistently and hung on resolutely to outfinish Mooresque. Latter was right there all the way. Thirty-Seven raced at an even pace and had no excuses. "je.CJ FIIFTH RACE One mile. Purse $500. Net value to winner $400 j-JV- second, $70; third. $30. Throe-year-old, and up. Claiming. Index"" Horse and Owner Wt. St. lit Str. Fin. Jockey Od. St's (25Sl)01d Rose (Mrs. Rice) 118 4 2485 Repent 4 (Scoville 8. MIS 1 2551 Walter Pant 7 (Irwin) 118 5 2688 Au Revoir 4 (J. Waite)lll . 1 2641 Kaian II (Indi. Stable) 111 8 2561 Double Eye 6 (F. Shel.)117 S 2664 Bronaton 4 (Williams) - 111 8 2541 Bob Giles t (Broshears)lll 7 x i At post 1 minutes; off at 4:42; time .25. 49 H. 1:17. 1:48. 12.10 mueuels paid Rose 118.20 win. 88.30 place, 83.50 show; Repent 84.80 place, 88.40 show; Walter 88.40 show. Start good. Won all three driving. Winner b. g. I Star hooter-Doris. Winner entered for 8300. Trainer R. Rice. , Schstche. Eddie .Fuller, Caraway. GomuL Wise Judge. Overweights Eye 2. v Old Rose oil saved until rounding the last turn where he moved bp fat and saving SBueh ground by a close atreteh turn wore Repent down and won going away. Repent showed high speed in pace making and -when challenged hung on with rare gametics.. Walter Pent came from far back with a fa.t end ruth and outstayed Au ARevoir in the last stride. Latter after racing prominent ly in early running lost much ground by coming wide entering the ttreteh. . Doable By tired after racing in closest but unavaling pursuit of the pace maker. Kaxsn made up ground., 9 e fl SIXTH RACE One mile and one-sixteenth. Puna $500. Net value LJSiJ to winaer, $400; second, $70; .; third, $30. Four-year-olds sad up. Ct Index Horse and Owner Wt. SI. (2538)Dolph b (S. T. Baxter) 102 2 (25S)Danty Lady ( (C Irwin)107 6 2145 Cast. Clover 8 (C. Lovell) 104 4 Marcella Boy 4 (K'k'mp)lll 1 2548 Christie Bolters 6 S't)10S 8 2544 Tyranny (Las well) 111 S At ,.. iu minute.: off at 6:12: mutuels paid Dolph 17.60 win. $3.10 place. $2.80 show; Painty Lady $8.80 place, $1.80 show; Clover 83.00 show. Start good. Won all three driving. -Winner b. g. S Brummells-Thrills. Winner entered for $500. Trainer S. Bax ter. Overweight Lady t. - . Dolph waited on the leader until entering the (tretch where1 he forged to the front and in punishing drive outfm:shed Dainty Lady. Dainty Lady after ' showing good speed in paeemaking finished resolutely while under' the whip hut was in close quarters on the rail through the last 70 yards. Capt. Clover came from far back in a ruah. Marcella Boy tired as if in need of this race. Saturday's Race Entries - ENTRIES. SEV4JNTH DAY JUIOI II. ' rkmaha Ak-Ssr-Ben Meeting: FIRST RACE Four and one-htlf furlonga. Parse 509. Claiming, xour-year- elda and up: 2664 Mayo B. S63 Besa Welch 1511 Apple Blossom .... S551 Mamie Van Lady Mack 2553 Onota 2647 Ben Green loaf .... ..113 ..113, ..111 ..111 ..111 ..113 ..118 ..113 ..UK ..lit ..113 ..118 Dr. Hay :552 Missouri Boy Kit Lucky Mack 3643 Tom Paxton 2561 Last Chsnc (13) SECOND RACE Four and one-half fur . loots. Purs $600. Claiming. Four-year-olds and up: 3642 Little Tilly --"3 3564 Virgin S..113 3564 Nellie Witwer ............113 3553 Opal Wall .....113 3663 Eveline May ......113 Mary Lyons i .....113 3653 The Cub II US 149 Melody Msa .............113 2537 Uucklalde 113 3S53 Panhandler ........lis 2553 Apropos HI 3663 Th Boy Favorite ............. .116 (13) THIRD RACE Flv and one-bait fur longs. Purs S500. Claiming. Three-year-olds and up: ; - 3541 Mrs. Hawke .... .....103 3548 Helen Majors ......104 3537 Miss Frauland ,..-..103 3656 Flaxey Mae. ...T 10S Overstep ..,...13 3654 Much Oblige ..,..103 3347 Vers. Choice ..10 '- (7 - -' FOURTH RACK Six furlongs. Purse" S600. Three-year-olds and up: Manicure - 113 3644 Mary D. ..............103 Ucan- ..,. ...10S Tswaseatha ..........110 Golf lects Copyright, 1533. Q. Ia match play on the putting green, la it permissible to .remove mud from a ball where it I. clearly impossible to putt straight with the mud sticking on the bsllt - A. Under V. 8. G. A. rule no. unless special rules ar adopted to cover the pe. cellar condition of play. The V. S. G. A. did permit each, for Inetasjce in aosae rownda of the Aniatear championship at St. Isah las faU. Cnder Western Golf amariatian rale, mad may bo removed. Caaadtaa aad British ralea same aa V. 8. G. A. Q. Where two player ar matched ia a handicap match with a net difference- of J stroKea, now are tneoe stroaea aiiotedT A. The player with the larger amamwap gesa aaa strobe a knee en the fall 18, aad two strokes att the first atx stroke hole as abowa by the card. - Q. Da the role allow a club to rule that a certain obstruction, each as a ditch, la a haaard under certain conditions, but at under others? A. The meaalag of Una earsttea la a Brtl amburaoo.. It ts press seed that yea saeasi 4 say, far instance, that ditch a, naallarallu dUtanee frea the tee, ia played aa a haaard f-r taw reread stroke, kwt not for the tee shot. We have known eaaea at tads knew. If the Ha ootslillnhea earn m isde, at avast bo sham id. though kacino roast chart fur MOB. N4 vskw Two-yeorU ood I I IKir.'Pin. jMk"6d. It1 1" I' ! i. O ruber 114.1 a i'i t h. Tmimi is-i I U It St J. Carroll 4 SS-1 41 h K. H. enM ' i. M'Brt IT M. . I SI RUehartUo. It 41.1 Ties, rf IV til, li I. gtr. Fin. Jylier Ods. gi I'l lnVlB. SiheVfell TlsTt ' V I ! r Msndm S SS-t I M .11 'l R. Jonro MM I Ml S I'i l 4 H. Jones T I I'i S' HtBs-letea I' I' 1' 'i Rority 'l 4i 7 r. Green I t J. Allea tl SI.I 7S.IS-1 4TJS-I, 1.10-1 r!4Uu :S4. IMM. Ml. It mntu.te for toots. Fura SSOO. Not value la aocoad, 70 1 third, 130. Fow-yoar old ami tm. Claim- I I 6tr. Fin. Jockey Ods. Sri VI 1- J 1 L. Mills TSO-l St l ! t Schoekley , I.SI-1 S 4' 1 I" SingletM 1.40-1 T' S S- 4 J. Carrol . 4S.00-I It 4 l W. Varley I.7S-1 I 7 Rlchardsoa 7 -! 4 4- T CriiM. I7.S0-1 S 7 14 I4 F. Horn 11.40-1 8 I I i. Rabideau SS.7S-1 1 i I 8tr. Fin. Jockey Ods. 8fs I' 1' 1: II H. Jones I.8H-1 1 t li t R. Pority 44.20-1 21 1 i-i B. Scheffell 1.8S-1 4 4 4 4 L. Mills 1.15-1 4 4 S St J. M'Bride 4S.80-1 1 , 7 4 F. Green SI.71-1 61 7 7 W. Menders SI.15-1 41 4 4 21 11 E. Bsrham 8.10-1 1' 1 11 11 21 R. Dority S.86-1 71 7 51 41 8" Martinet ' 1.25-1 S'l S1 8:1 4'1 B. Scheffell 1.80-1 8 8 8 6 5 H. Jones 82.90-1 2 1 2 5 S. Csrter 11.80-1 5 51 S 7 7 J. Gruber 81.85-1 . i 7 8 8 Johnston . 70.50-1 i I I Sts. Fin. Jockey Od.. St's 8 2i 2s 11 1 Espenshsda 2.80-1 js ii ii 2 2 Singleton 7.60-1 6' 41 S1 3' H. Jones 2 8 81 4 4 -'J. Grnber 4' 41 8' 5 5 J. Allen i) I ( I 8 L. Hall 2.S5-1 2.05-1 10.06-1 22.85-1 time :25. :50. 1.1644. 1:43. 1.49. 12.00 3544 Florentine Ill 3644 Homald i ... 110 2544 Herder 116 2554 Jim Griffin 115 2640 Sir John. jr. , ....116 3644)Klratiea Cub ...115 . . v (181 - FIFTH RACE On mil and one-elrhth. . Purs 1500. Ak-Sar-Ben King' Derby. Thre-year-ola and up: 2561 Mooresqn x M 2546 N. K. Beal .. 35 .353, Walter Dant 3 2301 ) Buckhorn II ................. .yl1 1533 Balfour 106 C564)San Piabo xlOO 3445 Franklin '.. 104 2645 Regreso v.... yl05 3363 Dolph il6 Tony Beau .110 (2545) Woodio. Montgomery lit) .3563 Capt. Clover 110 2545 Rifle ....yll4 (354)Money 133 xKnebelksmp-Jonea entry. ' ylrwln entry. j (Baxter entry. SIXTH RACE One mile. Purse 8500. Claiming. Three-year-old. and ap: S556 Lorena Moos 10S 2551 Honolulu - 114 3541 The Oklahoman 110 2561 -Innovation ..............116 25S7 Wise Judge 115 i'667 Hop Over 115 265 Flash O- Steel .....115 3551 Money Maker ......116 3654- Bill Head . 115 3547 Oeorge James ..115 SEVENTH RACE Obb mile.: Purse 3504. -Claiming. Three-year-olds and up: 3567 Ixtta a. ..35 3556 Cork .....'..... 2566 Eddie Fuller .. 2567 Boreas ....... 353 Starker 3ept. Hodge .. 2557 MUton Roblee . 3562 Walter Dant .. 2557 John R. Roche 3661 Brando ....... 110 .......116 ... 115 115 115 , ..115 115 115 116 j Q. Are there aay restriction concern ing the shape and stylo of golf clubs? For Instance, can a player use a kind of billiard cue style of patter, without a near-sight angle hesd? - A. The V. 8. . A. ho poors the following- restrictions: It will not sanction aay substantial departure from the tradltwnal aad accepted form and make of golf clubs, which, in ito.sninton. consists of a plain shaft, and a head which dees not contain any mechanical cwntrlvanre. It bars mallet-headed clubs, bat not the center -shaft, ed done. . Western rate the same, British rales bar the renter shafted ec Schenec tady type of patter. Q. What is the ruling where a player swings st the ball, but tho club hesd flies off and he does not touch the ball? A. rnder strict oboe 1 1 sate of the rales he wwald be charged with a etroke. Just as tawagh he had swnnc and completely missed the ball, thewgh nwthinc happened ca th eJab. - Schilling's Selections First Lady Mack. Hay B. Mamls Van. Second Eveline Hay. Panhandler, Vir gin. Third Miss Fraulaad. Helen Major, Flaxey Mae. Foortb Kirstles Cub. Manicure. Herder. Fifth Money, Irwin entry, Baxter en try. firth Lorena Moss, Bill Head. Wis Judge. Seventh Walter Dant. Cork, Boreas. Elmer E. Thomas Claims Gambling Carried on in City Citft Number of Plarti in Letter to Mayor, Sheriff, Police Chief and CommUsioner. Elmrr E. Thomit, executive c- tetsry of the committee of 5,000, si1 yesterday re tent a letter to Sheriff CUrk. Miyor Dihlmin. Po lice Commissioner Dunn, Chief of Police Dempsey an d City Commit- sioners Jlummei. zimman, tsutier, Hopkins and Koutsky, demanding that tamblinr devices ibid to be used in four fliers in the downtown district, be seized. The places nsmrd in the letter were 1308 and 1310 Douglas itreet. in the Capitol Billiard parlor and in the basement under the billiard par lor; 203 South Nineteenth street, in a cigar store; and in the basement under the cigar store; 411 South Fif teenth street, said to bt run by Wil liam Fox and known ai .baseball headquarters, on the first floor and in the basement; George Cackley'i place at Sixteenth and Capitol ave nue. -.' . "Unlesi you comply with thii de mand I will proceed to .compel you to do so," was the closing statement of the ' letter. Every Home Will Have Radio, Howell Predicts '. R. B. Howell, general manager of the Metropolitan, Utilities district, ad dressed members of the Continental club on "Radio," yesterday at the Brandeis restaurants. The speaker made reference to a news article in The Bee yesterday, undv .Washington date line, indicat ing that the national government is taking serious cognizance of radio far broadcasting information ' on crops, weather and market conditions. Mr. Howell gave some interesting information on radio waves which speed through the ether with almost incredible velocity. He expressed his belief that every home will have a radio receiving set when this new method of transmitting sound thill have settled down to a commencal basis. He also gave a brief sketch of his radio observations in Europe last year. Mr. Howell was introduced by R. M.- Switzler, president of the club. City Cyclists to Take "Gypsy Tour" Next Week Many motorcycle riders of the'tity are planning to join the - "Gypsy Tour" being planned " for cyclists June 17 and 18. The trip will con si6tof a two-day outing at Ashland during which a weiner roast, country breakfast, chicken diiyier, fishing, swimming, boxing, wrestling, racing and a trio to the state fish riatcheries, are on the program. The affair is un der the auspices of the Nebraska Mo torcycle and Bicycle company, 624 South Sixteenth street Judges' Suits for Burned pooks to Be Heird boon Suits of DUtrirt Tltrlcree nr anil Wakeley against Douglas county for payment lor tneir books destroyed in the courthouse fire of 1919 will be heard soon. The legislature passed an act authorizing the payment but the county has refused to pay. Judge Wakelev sav his. hnnlre wer Mrnrrli $1,500 and Judge Sears' places, his loss at $750. . Brief City News . Recess for Grand Jury The fed eral grand Jury was temporarily dis charged by Judge Woodrough Fri day. It will be recalled on his re turn from holding court in North Platte, in two .or three weeks. ".Ray Burton Held Ray Burton was held to trial in district court on $8,000 bond by Judge Foster In Central police court yesterday. He was charged with assault with In tent to do great injury to his wife. Missing Girl Found Miss Marion Harrower, daughter of Mrs. A. Har rower, 8504 North Twenty-eighth street, reported missing in Chicago Thursday, has been found, accord ing to R. D. Harrower, her brother. Buy $3,615 Cai- The city council yesterday authorized an appropria tion of $3,615 for the purchase of a seven-passenger automobile for Commissioner J. B. Hummel's use in making the rounds of parks and boulevards. Sent to Reformatory William Shinehouse, 18, pleaded guilty to al tering a bank note of $1 in federal court yesterday.; . Judge Woodrough sentenced him to a year and aday In the state reformatory for boys at Green Bay, Wis. Off to the Ozarks C.'H. Gouldin, manager of Hotel Rome, Mrs. Goul din and their son, Donovan, left Friday for an auto trip to Ozark playgrounds. Their two weeks' ont Ing will be spent entirely out of doors, as their auto is equipped for camping. Scott Buys Building: A. C. Scott has purchased the building occupied by the Scott Omaha Tent and Awn ing Co., Fifteenth and Howard streets, from Mrs. George A. Jos lyn. The purchase price is said to have been slightly more than $100,000. Auto Drivers Jailed Two men were Jailed for reckless driving and eight persons were fined for speed ing by Judge Foster in Central po lice court yesterday! R. A. Smith. S91S South Twenty-fifth street, and Wade Hampton of H&velock, Neb., were each gyen 10 days In Jail. Hospital Attache Honored The degree of doctor of divinity hasi oeen conrerrea by August ana coP lege. Rock Island. 111., upon Rev. E. G. Chinlund. superintendent-of Im manuel hospital Jiere, and upon Rev. F. A. Linder, chaplain of the hospital.- Dr. Under has been in the Lutheran ministry 39 years. , To Raze Historic House The fa mous Hemdon house, Ninth and Farnam streets, which has sheltered Sen. U. S. Grant, Abraham Lincoln and General Sherman, is to be razed. The ground on which the building stands is about to be sold. It is possible a new building will be erected immediately. . . Wife - Files Second Suit Mrs. Emma Tutin. wife of Harry Tutin. Stanton county farmer.- filed a sec-f ond suit for divorce yesterday, al leging that her husband did not pay money agreed upon when the former suit was set aside. Tutin owns 320 acres of land and other property totaling $40,000, according to the TMtltlAn SLEEPYITA(LE3 (VW TALE 'OU rWPECKER Q I BuRTHUR SCOTT MrUY CHAPTER I. Mrs. Robin's Ntwt, If you had been in Fanner Green's dooryard on certain day in Miy you would hive hord in unusuil twitter ing and chirping and iquiwking. Now, there wis t reison for all thii chatter. Jolly Aobin'i wife hid H wis somewhat, noura." a4 explained. teen a handsome stringer in the orchard. And she had hurried away to spread the newt among her friends. "He'i a dashing perion. very ele gantly dressed," Mrs. Robin told everybody. That remark did not seem to please the good lady'i husband. For Jolly Robin turned up his nose or his bill slightly, and he said to his wife, "The question is: What are mi man neri like?" Mrs. Robin admitted that the stranger's manners were not all that one might wish. -"He was somewhat noisy," she ex plained. "And I fear he may be quarrelsome. But his clothes cer tainly were beautifuL Jasper Jay, who was something of a dandy, wanted to know exactly what the stranger, wore. He said he doubted that the newcomer was a fashionable as Mrs. Robin supposed. "I can t tell you much about his suit." Mrs. Robin went on, "except that it was new and stylish. What I noticed especially was his cap. lt was a big one and it was. a brilliant red." Jasper Jay sniffed when he heard that. "They're not wearing red caps this season." he declared. He flew off then, to find his cousin Mr. Crow and tell him the news. For he hoped that Mr. Trow would cive the stranger a disagreeable greeting. Jasper Jay did not like other birds to De more gayly dressed tlfan he. While all the feathored folk in the neighborhood were wondering who Vi. clnnirrr rftllld be. old Mr. CrOW came winging over from the edge of the woods. ' "When. i he?" he saualled. Let mejjave one look at this new arrival! I think I know who he is." A little later Mr. Crow had his lnnfc over in the orchard. Then he came back and alighted in the long grass behind the farmhouse. ' He's a Red-headed Woodpecker, Mr.- Crow announced with a wise tilt of his own head. . ."There hasn't been one of his kind in Pleasant Val ley for years and years . . . It's a pity," he added, "that this one has stopped here." The old gentleman s words threw little Mrs. Chippy into, a flutter. , "Is he a dangerous person?" she quavered. - - ' , "I believe so," said Mr. Crow darkly. - "Does he eat eggs?" Mrs. Chippy faltered. "And nestlings?" For a moment or two old ' Mr. Crow couldn't make up his mind whether he ought to get angry or not. Eating eggs and young birds was a subject he liked to avoid. He was aware that his neighbors knew he was a rascal. But he was a quick witted old fellow. Suddenly he saw how the presence of this stranger might help him. . "Yes!" he told Mrs. Chippy. "This Woodpecker family all eat eggs and nestlings. And if you people miss any of your treasures, later, you'll know who took them." . At that little Mr. Chippy nodded his chestnut-crowned head. ' "If it isn't you," he remarked to 'Mr. Crow, "then it will be the stranger." '. . "Not at all!- Not at all!" the old gentleman squawked. "You'll be safe in thinking the newcomer guilty." Then he turned his" back -on Mr. Chippy, as" if that: small, shrinking chap weren't .worth, noticing. And favoring Mrs. Chippy with what he thought was a pleasant smile, Mr. Crow said to her "You mustn't let this Red-head know where your nest is. No doubt you have eggsT in it already." "Yes, I have!" she' twittered proud ly , ... - ; "I certainly hope Red-head won't Bee Want Ads Are Best Business Boosters. .'. i -The Prosperity Special " Arrives, Omaha Sunday Leaves Omaha Monday $ i Parents Problems . How can little bey of fl who it very handsome and f harming, and uvortti with grown-up, be kepi from being spoiled by his parent' fnendi? A boy iib ill these qualities at the its of 6 ii certainly well equipped to make real friends, who will not bring his attrictiveneii to his mention in a - way which will be hirmtul to, him. The best rem Common Sense ' By J. J. MUNDY. An Yon Making Your Children Decent to Uvt With? Some parents get very much pro yoked it the condct of their chil dren ii brought into question. But which would you rather have happen, Mr. and Mr, Parent, hear bout your child doings and nave a chance to make therh behave, or Jiare them arrested and pay a finer There ii no better time than now to instill a lesson. You miy thinnk that the teacher in school ihould do it. The ichool teacher thinks the par ent should teach morals. Men and women who head public organization! and want to be. con sidered popular by the young folk hesitate about teaching principle! of right Where are the children going to learn what u right r To be taught to do right in a gen eral way never brought the matter home to your boy or mine like bring no a specific case and making it plain. Life is not all lun and just a good time. v Because parents pay for physical culture for their bovi and girls is no good reason why the animal, merely, ihould be strengthened. A human being to be worth any thing must be decent to live with in the community as well as the home, and right comes before might. CwprrUM IPCS, Dog Hill Paragrah By George Bingham. The Assistant Coroner, who has been barely making a living, since the Hog Ford moonshine still house went out of business, has decided to become a fruit tree agent. Slim Pickens came out last Sunday m a new pair of store-bought pants. He said if he just had a new hat. snd coat and pair of shoes he would have been dressed up sufe enough, but he has never been able to have them all new at once. : '.' The Lord loves a cheerful preacher. steal them," said Mr. Crow. Vlt would be a shame if you lost your beautiful eggs. ... Where is your nest. Mrs. cnippyr "Don't tell him I" peeped Mr. Chip py to 'his wife. "He wants to eat our eggs himself. As for Mr. Crow, he gave a hoarse cry .ot rage, before he flapped him self away. (Cepyriaht, 1S2I.J cArchek THE NEW Collar lOt each. 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