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THURSDAY, OITOBKU 11, 191.",.
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
RED SOX WIN
THE FIFTH AND
From vdnesilar"s Dtlir.
The fifth jcrame of the world series
was staged today in the Phillies park
at Philadelphia, and for the game the
two opposing pitchers of last Satur
day's game were sent in to face each
other, Foster for Boston and Mayer
for the Phillies. Thomas did the re
ceiving for the Red Sox and Burns for
The Phillies started right after the
bacon in the first inning, when they
scored two runs, while the Red Sox
In the second inning Boston se
cured their first score of the game,
while the Phillies drew a blank, and
in the third inning Boston repeated,
while the National leaguers were un
able to tally, tying up the score.
In the third inning Rixey was sent
in by the Phillies to do the pitching,
and in the fourth inning the Quakers
again added two more to their list of
The fifth inning was free from any
scoring by either side and the batters
of both teams seemed unable to do
anything in the way of safe hits.
In the sixth inning there was noth
ing doing in the scoring line. Cady
was sent in to do the catching for the
The seventh was also a blank for
The eighth inning was Boston's, as
they were able to gather in two runs
and tie the score. The excitement
was intense as the prospects for the
lengthening of the game became ap
parent. In the ninth Boston, by a sensa
tional finish, scored the winning run
ind nailed the world's championship
flag by a score of 5 to 4.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Boston 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 15
Philadelphia ...2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 04
Hits Boston, 10; Philadelphia. 1).
Errors Boston. 1; Philadelphia, 1.
Batteries Boston, Foster and
Thomas, Cady; Philadelphia, Mayer,
Rixey and Barns.
FOUND "NOT GUILTY"
BY THE JURY
From "Wednesday's Dally.
The completion of the trial of Rob
ert Hunter on the charge of assault
was brought to conclusion yesterday
afternoon at ":30, when the attorneys
completed their arguments and the
jury retired to weigh the evidence in
their mind.-;, and at 4:30 returned with
a verdict of "not guilty," and releas
ing the young man from the charge
that had been preferred against him.
The evidence introduced by the de
fence at the afternoon session was of
a nature that tended to show that it
would have been almost impossible
for the young man to have been on
Wintersteen Hill at the time the as
sault is alleged to have occurred, and
the story of the father and mother of
Hunter as to the time he arrived home
on that evening was such as to great
ly impress the jury, and their clear,
straight-forward story was undoubted
ly the evidence that most impressed
the jury. Both testified that they had
awakened when Robert had returned
home on the evening of September. 8th
and they had gone into the living room
to scold him for being out late and
discovered by the clock that it was
only H:05. This, as well as the evi
dence of several other witnesses as to
the good character and reputation of
young Hunter assisted his case ma
terially and formed the basis of the
The acquittal of Mr. Hunter will be
most pleasing to his many friends
with whom he has been associated
during his lifetime, and he is to be
congratulated on the showing made in
his behalf during the case.
Visits an Uncle in Otoe County.
From Tuesday'a DaUr.
John McNurlin and wife and V. II.
Seybert and wife were down in Otoe
county Sunday visiting near Syracuse
with Andrew Seybert, an uncle of Mrs.
McNurlin and Mrs. Seybert, where
they spent the day. The trip was
made in the car of Mr. Seybert and
was a most pleasant one to the quar
tet who composed the party. They
brought back with them a specimen of
the fruit of Otoe county in the shape
of a fine big red apple from the farm
of the uncle.
100 acres, 5 miles southeast of
Murray. . Would do well to see me
soon. R- Shrader.
AS WINTER APPROACHES
DAN CUPID GETS BUSY
From Tuesday's ta!ly.
The next few weeks promises to be
busy ones with our friend, Dan Cupid,
in this city and five new homes will
spring up among us before the calen
dar reaches the first of November, if
all predictions are true, and ten happy
hearts will beat as one under the soft
cares of the dimpled little Cupid who
watches over the hearts of the young
men and women. This will prove a
move in the right direction and it is to
be hoped that other homes will soon
be made here in Plattsmouth, as they
all help toward making a prosperous
city of modern homes.
"THE PRINCE OF
TO THE PARMELE
From Tufdv's Tjhiit
"The Prince of Tonight," which will
be seen at the Parmele theater on
Monday night October 2". ranks as
one of the most notable achievements
of those prolific writers of musical
successes, Adams, Hough & Howard.
"The Prince of Tonight" is a produc
tion tastefully conceived and elabo
rately executed scenic ideas. Tom Ar
nold, a popular actor and whose ar
tistic ability and splendid baritone
voice have long held him a favorite,
is the predominant figure in the plot,
which is one of real substance. The
play opens at Palm Beach, Florida, on
the night that a century blooms, when
the air is full of magic. Mr. Arnold,
as a young collegian, in despair at be
ing jilted by his sweetheart, is aided
by virtue of the century plant, to be
come a mythical prince of Lunitania
for the night, at the end of which he
Is to die unless he is kissed by the girl
he loves. Mr. Arnold is surorunded
by a large cast of well known princi
pals and a big chorus. Each of the
three acts offers really notable stage
pictures, the first, "The Breakers,"
Palm Beach, then the beautiful Delft
Forest in the mythical country of
Lunitania, the house-boat at the
picturesque water fete, a scene of
kaleidscopic beauty, and a banquet on
the lawn in front of "The Breakers."
The musical numbers are said to pos
sess a merit which closely allies "The
Prince of Tonight" to comis opera.
Among the many song hits are: "To
night Will Never Come Again." "You
Won't Know Anybody There," "Can It
Be Love?" "Mean Moon Man," "Her
Eyes Are Blue for Yale." "Follow the
Rainbow TrSil." "I Fell in Love on
Monday." "It Is a Dead Oid World
After All." and "I Can't Be True So
EARNEST E, WURL RE
JOICES OVER THE AR
RIVAL OF A DAUGHTER
Krom Tupdav'si Daily
Announcements were received here
today of the arrival at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Wurl. at
Pomona, California, of a bright little
daughter, who had made her appear
ance there on Thursday, October 7th.
The arrival of the little daughter will
be the source of a great deal of pleas
ure to the many friends in this city,
who will join in wishing the parents a
great joy in their new daughter, and
to little Jean Margaret Wurl their
hopes for a long and happy life in the
years to come. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Wurl are former residents of this city
and the happiness that has been visit
ed on them is certainly one to feel
very grateful for.
ROBBING CLOTHES LINES
IS NOW AN OCCUPATION
From Wednesday's Dally.
Last night someone visited the home
of Haywood Elledge and proceeded to
rob the clothes line in the yard of
about half of the clothes thereon and
made away with them without leaving
any trace of Mho the parties were, but
Mr. Elledge will be on the lookout in
the future and if the unwelcome visit
ors show up again they will receive a
raking artillery fire and a lesson they
will long remember. The clothes taken
will amount to quite a little sum of
money and it is certain an act of
which the prepetrator should feel
ashamed, and if caught be made to
suffer the full penalty of the law.
18 horse-power Buffalo Pitts double
cylinder engine. Good as new. Will
sell it at a bargain ;,half cash, balance
terms to suit.' Inquire at this office.
TWO FELLOWS PAY
PENALTY OF PARTAK
. ING OF MUCH BOOZE
From Wednesday's Pally.
Judge M. Archer this morning had
before him J. II. Graham, who was
charged with having imbibed too free
ly of joy water, and as a result of
which he was taken in last evening by
Officer Alvin Jones and lodged in the
village lockup until this morning,
when the police judge, after hearing
the facts in the case, decided that it
would require $2 and costs to settle
the case, and Mr. Graham forked over
the $f required and was sent on his
Charles Allen, who claims that he
has been engaged in farm work south
of this city, was in yesterday after
noon on complaint of Chief Barclay,
and was another of tin; victims of the
flowing bowl and he was compelled to
confess that the charge was true, and
as a result he was handed a little
package labeled S2 and costs, which
he settled for with a " bill, and was
also sent on his way with a warning
to avoid in the future the snares of
AND BRIDE IN PLATTS
MOUTII 28 YEARS AGQ
Twenty-eight years ago yesterday
this city was honored by having Presi
dent G rover Cleveland, then serving
his first term as president of the
United 'States, pass through the city
in company with his bride of a few
days on their tour of the western por
tion of the country. While the t'nin
of the president was stopped here for
a short time President and Mrs.
Cleveland Were presented with a hand
some bouquet of flowers by little Miss
Janet Livingston, who has since be
come Mrs. R. W. Clement. The flow
ers came from the late Dr. R. R. Liv
ingston, who was one of the ardent
Cleveland men in this section.
OF RESPECT ON DEATH
OF CURTIS MOOR!
Fr'm YWilnsilav's PhUv.
The members of MjOmahie Pst,
Gland Army of the Republic, at their
meeting last Saturday adopted by a
unanimous vote the follow!!'.:; isola
tions of respect on the death of Com
rade Curtis Moore, who passed away
some time ago ir: Florida:
Whereas, It has cmc to the know
ledge of the post that our beloved
comiade, Curtis Moore, in th far-off
state of Florida, has passed from th"
land of the living to hi s eternal rest.
Therefore, be it
Resolved. That the members of Mc
Conahoe Post No. 4", of which th" de
ceased was so long a worthy member,
hereby express their high regard for
the deceased comiade. p.v.,1 their sym
pathy with the loved ones of his fam
ily who a-c called to mourn such a
great loss; and that we commend them
to the Father of all for consolation.
Be it further
Resolved, That a cony of these
resolutions be sent to the family of
the bereaved, and that they be spread
upon the records of the post.
A COMPANY OF STATE
MILITIA IN PLATTSMOUTH
Fr"m Wo'.ipsdiiy s Pally.
A dispatch in the World-Herald of
this morning states that among other
cities in the state which are consider
ed in the proposition for the location
of a militia company is that of Platts
mouth. This will be news to a great
majority of the people of the city, as
there has been nothing broached on
this line among our people, and al
though it has been agitated several
times in the past it has never met
with the hearty support of the genera!
public here, and it is doubtful if n
company could be secured among the
young men who would be desired for
an organization of this kind.
A lazy liver leads to chronic dys
pepsia and constipation weakens the
whole system. Doan's Regulets (2"c
per box) act mildly on the liver and
bowels. At all drug stores.
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
FROM DEATH IN
In Coming Down Hill Near Murray
Wednesday the Automobile Driven
by Jake ."Miller Turns Turtle,
Throwing Out Occupants.
What might easily have iieen a
fatal automobile accident occurred
yesteuiay aftcrnc)-:i just west of Mur
ray when the automobile driven by
Jake .Miller, ihe liveryman at Manley,
turned tin tie and threw the occupants
of the oar out, but fortunately none
of the party were injured, although
they were badly shaken up and the car
damaged considerably as the result of
the : icidei i. Mr. Miller, accompanied
by Isa;c Wiles and two children, had
reached what is known as the Oldham
hill west of Mm iay. when they en
comtf ed ery muddy roads and the
machine was managed with the great
est difheuNy, ami as they descended
the kill the machine skidded to one
side of the toad and in an instant had
tinned turtle, and as it went over the
members of the party were thrown out
urd esc;' pod injury. The car was a
light one and the slippery condition of
the roads made it very ea-y for an
accident of thi kind to occur, and it
is most fortunate that it was not more
serious for the members of the auto
party, as if they had been pinned be
neath the machine they might easily
have leceived reriousiif not fatal in
juries. As it is they are congratulat
ing i hem.-elves on their narrow escape
THE ELKS HELD AN IHTEHEST
ISG MEET1HG LAST NIGHT
Last eening the member - of the B.
P. (. K. held a mt -.tere-ting nuii-ing-of
their order at the ih:ii ho'.i-'e
en North Sir.ih si ve. t and the session
was a most inter v.-1 ir g one. with the
initation of two and; ;nies into the
o i i,cr
a v! followed
the t.svil lui'.ihi 'ii, which was thoi
ougrdy enjoyed : .. I fundshr ! a most
pU:. -ant feature of the evening. The
F.Iks will inaugurate a series of dar.ces
di.rir." the wi:t- r month- for the
l-Tiviii of the meUihcrs of the order
;.:.! their farriii--. ar.d it is expected
o stai these on We, Ire-day, October
''!'h. The dances will be purely in
formal and will be such a to sdlow
the fullest enjoyment by the member:-'
of the VAk" and their families and
Ann WEDDED AT THE
HOLY ROSARY CHURCH
EARLY THIS mm
Thi-i morning nt :.0 at the resi
dence of Rev. I'aiher John Vlcek.
lector of the Holy Rosary church, was
celebrated the wedding of Mr. Charles
W. n-da and Miss Winifred Parmele,
both of this ci!v. The wedding was a
verv ouiet or.e and was attended bv
i.t ,1,,-. ,,,.; ,,.l i'ntiiext Saturday when your week-end
members of the household of the
priest. After thy marriage lines were
read the your.g people were taken to
the home of the bride's parents, Mi",
and Mrs. Q. K. Parmele, where they
remained for a short time, departing
on N'o. 0 for Chicago, where hey will
spend their honeymoon. Returning
home to this city the young people
will make their home in the residence
property which the groom has just
erected on West Oak street.
The bride in one of our most charm
ing young ladies and possesses a large
eirc'e of warm friends who will learn
with much pleasure of her new hap
piness and trust that in the years to
come life will piesent only its sunny
side. The gioera is a very sterling
young man and one who is held in the
highest esteem by a largo circle of
friends. lie is at present in charge of
the Rurlirgton steel car 5-hops in this
Returns From California.
Last evenintr Misses Jessie and
Marie' Robetlson. who have been
snendir.ir the oast three months on
Ihe Pacific coast, returned home and
are feeling that the occasion has been
one of the mot pleasant. They have
visited the jnincipal poitds of Interest
on the coast and visited with their
relatives, ns well as attended the
Panama-Pacific exposition at San
Francisco, which they enjoyed to the
To feel strong, have good appetite
end digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy
life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, the
family tonic. Price $1.00.
' 1 Coats
JUST THINK OF IT
NOW AND BE THANK
FUL LATER m FOR IT
If you are not now buylntr your fall
and winter evods in alll lines at the
Fanner Department Store thi - fall,
you are surely losing mcr.ey. Surh
goods ar.d such prices were never of
fered to you before, and th?y are net
goinir to last always at this store. In
view of li e fact that oi;s- time in
Plattsmouth is 'limited, v.e are geing
to make linother s'.";!l dc.-pcr cut in
many of the aitieles in our stock that
are right now 'the very garments and
goods that you need.
This sale is a genu'ne Retirir.g-From-ltusir.ess
Sti'.e, and before clos
ing the doors of the depai tr-.er.t store
we want to -di--poe f as !a-ge an
amount of the goods now on hand as
possible before that time.
For the presort pay-d:y wee': yen
can buy 10 yards of hisrh-rrade calico
for ":'c: 10 yards of nvi lia for "fe:
Geiman calico at T:c per yard, worth
I'J'jc and l'e. Thousands of other
bargain at about the same reductions
will be found on sale here this week.
Th Dry Goods, Ladies
Fu mi sh in g.-, M i ! 1 i ne ry,
Suits. ?,ier : s and IIovs ( 'otiur.g.
Poets and Shoes, will carry the lowert
prices that you ever bought such
This coming Saturday we expect to
be the largest day since the opening
of this great slaughter sale, and
among the other bargains you will find
10 yards of outing flannel for -ise; the
"P.oss" double-faced husking mittens
at Hc per dozen pairs: men's cotton
flannel gloves at l'c per pair, and so
on all through the store. Remember
shopping time is on, an 1 call here and
see what your dollar will buy during
Come to The Journal for f.ne sta
TriU HOUSE Of KUPPCNHEIMEH
r O I; N (t num. are you ambitious do you want to
J climb get ahead succeed Tlien Id this get to
yon quick 'The well dressed man, other tilings
equal, azcavs takes the preference.
It costs something to wear any kind of clothes it
costs but little more to wear stylish, PUccv-rompeiling
clot lies. If you doubt it, give us a chance to prove it.
Our (Jitaity Clothes talk. They let your personality
out smartly. They're Big League Style they're keen
show it in every line. They've got good looks and lines
that linger long, because their goodness is HEAL rightly
crafted from worthy materials. Coats with wide lapels,
two orthree buttons a few double breasted. The fabrics
are "crispy" and new.
Prices $20 to $35 Styleplus $17
Looking does not mean embarrasment here
C. E. Wescott's Sons
FiNE SHOW AT THE GEM AND
GRAND THEATERS TONIGHT
The ladies of St. Mary's Guild will
jrive a bene-rit this evening at the Gem
and Grand theaters, and for the oc
casion a splendid program has been
j arranged for by the ladies and the
management of the theater. This will
include the two-reel feature, "The
Great Ruby Mystery," with two other
stror.jr feature reels. The price will
be only 5 and 10 cents and will be well
worth lookinjr over and assit a good
From the Kposition.
We have just received the following
letter from San Francisco. "On pass
ing through the Food Products Pudd
ing of the Panama-Pacific Internation
al Exposition I came across Jos. Trin
er's exihibit, and as I had been suffer
ing for about twenty years of con
stipation and tried many remedies
which gave me only momentarily re
lief I thought I would try yours also,
as it was highly recommended to me
by a friend and I must tell you that
I feel more than glad that I did so.
because rdnce taking Triner's Ameri
can Elixir of Bitter Wine for two
weeks in very small dopes I feel re
lieved of all my old troubles and seem
to have a new lease on life. Am now
recommending your wine to all my
friends as the best on the market.
Chas. Bradley, San Francisco, Cal."
This remedy is valuable in constipa
tion and its complications, in loss of
appetite, in wenkness and nervous
ness. Price $1.00. At drug stores.
Jos. Triner, Manufacturer, 1333-133:)
So. Ashland Ave., Chicago.
Pains in the muscles and joints will
quickly disappear if you will rub the
affected juris with Triner's Liniment.
Have it at home, so you can use it as
soon as necessary. Price 25c and 50c,
ostpaid 35c and f0c.
The Biltmore Stout
(BY THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMERI
The world respects the substantial and weight is an asset 1o
the man who is well-enough dressed.
making of right elothes for
among the Liberal Arts and
ffiven a Master's Degree.
There is none of the batrginess
that you see about most "stouts" and "extra sizes."
Note the lUltmore Stout, for example. The front of the coat
is carefullv worked out and tailored.
The shoulders anil collar especially designed for the short neck
of the average stout man. The coat shaped to conceal, not
emphasize, the appearance of corpulence in front.
This is our fashionable three-button liiltmore JModel with all
the style detail cut and tailored for men of full figure and
shown iii all the nriw and wanted suitings. Perfect fitting
trousers and vests are much apprecigted features of these suits.
$20 to $30
RARE TREAT AT
Fairyland in all its alluring mysti
cisms is embodied in the first act of
"The Prince of Tonight," Le Cornte
& Fletcher's musical fantasy, in which
Tom Arnold will appear at the Tar
meie theater on Monday night, Octo
ber 25. The? show opens with a scene
at "The Breakers," a world famous
hotel at Palm Beach, suddenly chang
ing to the mythical Delft forest in
Lunitania. where lithe fairies dance
in an emerald gloom before the juince.
who is to reign for one night. "The
Prince of Tcmght" is one of the most
elaborate spectacular productions seen
in years, and the costumes are cor
respondingly gorgeous. A special crew
of exjiort electricians is carried by the
company to handle the wonderful elec
Every herd of hogs suffers to a
greater or less extent from worms. Do
you stop to th.iiik that high-jriced
feed to hogs, wormy and out of con
dition, cannot be digested and is wast
ed? This wasts money. Gering Sr
Co. will tell you that Vesey's Star-Anti-Cholera
destroys worms and puts
hogs in condition to dieest the food
and get full benefit from it.
10-1 M.'t w
Sunday Visiter at Haynie Home.
From Tuesl; v's P.i!l.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haynie and
Mrs. Haynie's two sisters, the Misses
Rorobeck. and Warren Rorebeck, of
Northboro, Iowa; Mrs. E. F. Stein-
haus and two children, of Louisville,
and Miss Viola Haynie, who is teach
ing near Cedar Creek, were over Sun
day visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Haynie. Mr. Warren Rore
beck motored to this city Saturday
stout men should he c lassed
the House ot Iluppeiiheimer
about Kuppenheiiner e iolhes
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