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THE OMAHA DAILY I1EK: TIIUBSTJAY. OCTOBER 2, 1002.
DRAKE HAKES 'ASOTDER KILL
Hit AUWli at '12' it 1 Easily Win
Elliij Stake at Qrameai
STLtrLLCHASE TURNS OUT A FARCE
I'onr Horst Start nag Three Fall,
Oaa Being; Braifkl llama ny an
Ontslte Riser, Flnlshlng
MOW YORK. Oct. 1. AUbarch from the
'I Make (bla won the Fort Hamilton sell
isg stakes' for t-yesr-olds at Orsvesend
today. Tha Albert geldlog waa at the odds
of 13 to 1. Getting eft? la a good position,
he lajr In behind the leaders until tha
stretcn wm reached where Lyne, hli rider,
sent hint ta tha front and he won rather
handily try a length, frith tha outsider
Ascension second, and tha aecond choice,
Erashee, third. Anak to tbla race waa
played for a good thing, hla price opening
at 12 to 1 and cloalng at 6. He waa promi
nent to tha atretch, where he was shut off
and completely thrown out Of the race,
lie finished last.
, Tha steeplrobase was a farce. Four
hortea went ta the post and befer a mile
had been covered three hones fall. Hak
Forward was first to come to grief, while
taking the Liverpool jump. Ferocloua
bumped Iota Pbllms Paston, causing both
. hcrrea to fall. Mine Mitchell won or bait
A. mile, while Hark Forward waa remounted
' and secured - aecond money. Barry, the
- rider of Phtlma Paxtea, waa ahaken up
and Monohaa. who was standing la the
Infield, remounted Phtlma Paxton and Ha
tched third. He was loudly cheered for his
ride. The weather waa cloudy; track
First Race, For 2-Year-Olde, Belling,
About Furlongs Christine A., W (Mich
aels), 1 to I, won; Right and True, 7
Shoal, It to s, aecond; Mian Dorothy, Kl
tf, Martin), 4 to , 1, third. Time: 1:13 2-6.
Albany Girl, Ellu Bnydtr. Rudvard. Hoik
PiHnet, Latrobe and Isle of Wight alao
Second Race, Steeplechase Handicap,
About 24 Milee-Mlae Mitchell, 183 (Ray),
to 1, won: (X) Hark Forward, 142 il.
Bmltht, & to S, seoond; (Xl Phllma Paxton,
Hi )Uarry, t to 1, third. Time: 6:51.
Ferocloua fell. (X) Hark Forward and
Phllma Paxton fell, btt were remounted
Third Race. For All Ages, Handicap,
l'i Miles Wlues, 124 I J. Martin), 1 to I,
. won; Hunter Ralne, 100 (Oochran), II to 1,
second; Circus, W (Redfern), 4 to 1, third.
Time; 2i3. Only three startera..
Fourth Race, the Fort Hamilton Helling.
For a-Year-Olda. About Furlongs Ala
barch, 16 tLyne), 12 to 1, won: Aacenalon.
27 tenyder), 2Q to 1, second: Emeries, log
(O'Connor), T to I, third. Time: 1:1s-.
O. Whittler, Rosalgnol, Fsmesole and Anak
l?lfthD'Race, For S-Year-Olds. Selling,
1 Mile and 70 Tarda Zoroaster, 111 (Lyne),
to 10, won; Remorse, lod (Redfern), 7 to
. I. aecond; Bluff, U (O Cpnnor), 18 to 6,
third. Time: 1:49 2-6. Ben Howard,
Roaeter, . Animosity and Prevaricator alao
Hlxth Race, For Maiden 2-Tear-Olds, to
. be Ridden by Jockeys that Have Never
Ridden a Winner, About t Furlonge Earl
of WarwlcK. liz tiuctNicnoij, if . won;
Oarsman, 112 (A. Jarkeon), J to 1, second;
i,a.L 113 fi"tmiri4ii. Sft tn 1. third.
... . . . . . . r . . .. n..k TlaMAI, nwm!
lime; i i uuy . ..: . , -
Jane, Fair Lass, l'haon, Chicle, V ar Cry,
Jola, Bryde Card, Kensington Girl, Julia
Arthur, lllyrte, ana papers aieo ran.
QOQP.PAY FOR LONG SHOTS
Hot Favorite Lsusala la the Mower
at tha It. Lowle Fair Grasaii
8T. LOUIS, Oct 1 Prosper la Oal, at
15 to l, waa me reaiure oi wjr
grounda races. Peaceful waa Installed as
favorite, but finished. In tha ruck. Uledl,
Second chuioe, made a bid for tha purse
on the end, but was not quite good enough
to catch Prosper la QaL who led nearly the
entire distance. Not a tavorlte won. Track
. taat. Reaulta: .
Flrat race, aeven furlongs, aelllng: Er
. , roack. 102. (Fauntleroy), t to 1, won; King
i -Tatua. rj XV. Booktr), 2S to 1, second;
tjulxade, 10(1 (J.- Miller), aioi, miro. iiatm:
Veritable Boy, Lien, The Mormon ana
Emily Olivet also ran. '
1 Second race, six furlong", selling: Dottle
Shuts, (Beauchamp), 20 to I, won; La-
aarra. ia w. omiim, i ,
1:16V. Crutchfleld. Lady Cayuga, Judge
Cantrlll, Oaa Ughter, Shot proof. Little
Otant, Pathos, Nimble Nag and Mlaa Son
l nira fbob, nvi -sw m ni
ing: First Attempt, 90 (D. Ollmore), 4 to 1,
Won; Elastic, iu vvaie, iw w i, eecunui
Happy Chappy, 96 (Houbec) I to 1. third.
Tim! 1:09. Tie. Schariff. Maaaie CloDton.
Oallantrie, Erema, Miss Mse Day and
Bridge also ran.
. . - - V. aha m t la. mnA m afvtntn
Prosper la Qa (Scully), IS to 1. won; Uledl,
110 (Adams), t to 2, seoond; Batln Coat. 98
(W. Waldo). T4 to 1, third. Time: VfPi.
Lunar, Glenwood, v. B. Gatea, Peaceful
and Antolee also ran.
Fifth race, Ave and a half furlonga. purse:
n.h.lnnl lis male). 1 It I won: Fits
Brlllar. 110 (Battlste), to 10, second; Hnd
Kpinner. 104 (A. W. Booker), 7 to 1. third.
Time! 1:0JV. Sanctlaslma, Two Lick and
Fore and Aft also ran. .
Sixth race, aelllng. five furlonga: Jake
Weber, 102 (A. W. Booker), 4 to 1, won;
The Boer, 107 (Beauchamp), 7 to 1, aecond;
hit iWilunl. flu to 1. third. Time:
1:2; i. ' Henry Bert, Evans' Darling, Baochua
and icicle aisu ran. .
IOWA ELEVEN SHOWS UP WELL
Belief that It Will EollBse All Fro
vloaa rest Ball Aahlaveaaeate
at tha 'Varsity.
IOWA CITT. Ia.. Oct. 1. 8peclal.)-J'We
expect to have tne pest team at jowa
this year we have ever bad," aald Captain
Hollenberk of the Hawkeye foot ball team
today. ''We have the material; It la show
ing up well and everyone Is determined to
make this year a team the team to set the
mark for all future Iowa teama."
Coach Knlpe la working harder with the
men this year than he ever worked before.
Assistant Coaohea Hobbs and Williams are
kept busier with (Vie swarms of new men
than they ever were before. Larger crowds
of students watch the team's practice than
ever watched Dracllce at Iowa before. A
record-breaking team at Iowa this year ia
In tha atmoaphere at Iowa city and if there
le any mtvalng of tbla high ma(k there will
be heavy hearts In Iowa.
Tbe first team plays with a snap and
vigor that 1 encouraging. The principal
- fault they are guilty of at present is play
ing too close, both In otfsnse and defense.
They make their clays oulckly and gain
more ground, agalnat a stronger reserve
team than is usual on lowa neiaa at tnis
tlm of tha vear. Ochiltree at fullback
an J White and Durkee at the halves are
practically assured of their poaitiona. Cap
tain Hollenberk at right end la playing a
great gasae. Ne reserve player has made
(lie slightest progress past him and the In
dications ere thst Coaeh Knlpe will keep
Mm in tnis position uniese eume or tne
tsckles prove lees steel as their position
In the future than they seem at present.
Coulthsrd and Buckley returned to the
university this year in better hearth and
spirits than ever before and bid fair from
present pronpecta to eclipse their former
records on toe team.
RIGHT GOOD HORSE IN THE MUD
riyUg Terrede pae-oraee tha Jadgee
Oal ale e Hie Ability at
Lady Contrary, 1"1 (ytobWna), I to I, sec
ond; Private Nolan, U4 Ulrknruth), 60 to
I. third. Time: 1.17. Monebshk. Chan
ton, Mel-ops. Alfrel C, Gracious. Band
Flea and Herse also ran. Simoon left at
Third race, steepler-haa. short course:
Old Fox. ltt (11. H. Wilson), II to 6. won;
Bristol, 142 (T. Murphy), 7 to i. second;
Crest, 150 (McAtillfTe), J to 1. third. Time:
1:44. raamar, Hsrv B, Captain Conover
and Fearful also ran.
Fourth face, the Prairie stakes, one and
one-elshth miles: Flying Torpedo, 112
(Hlrkenruth). 13 to 2. won; Rolling Boer,
16 (Buchanan), 4 lu 1. aecond; Bcntch
laid, 95 (Tlerrat), S to 1, third. Time:
:". t-acrlms. Star Cotton and Ed Adack
Fifth race, five furlonxs: Ixrd Touch
wood, 99 (Hoar), 6 to 1. won; Judge Hlmes,
l'l (Kotibln), 16 to 6. soconi; Hindi, vm
(Cnburn), 11 to 6. third. Tims: 1:012-6.
Rankin. Musical SltDoer and Gold Bride
Sixth rare five and one-half furlonaa:
F.mme A. M.. 100 (Kelly), 1 to 1, won;
I'lerre J. V (Hoar), t to 2, second; Ben
rroet, iui (HeiKeson). is to l, tnird. Time:
14 l-. Leviathan. Kasan. Delia Ostrand.
Automaton and Little Jack Horner also
CHICAGO, Oct, Flying Torpedo I
ine lourm race ai one ana one-eign
miles at Harlem today won easily ovsr
horses which heretofore have msde him
look like a aelllng plater. Against tale
horse tbe judges at Hawthorne ruled sev
eral gars ago, denyln his entry In the fu
lure, and later modifying the order by al
lowing him to race over slow and muddy
tracks. TJie horse had speed to spare to
il sy. Ho allowed Lacrlinae, the 2 to 2
favorite, to race Ed Adack, and when they
began to stop he forged to the front, beat
ing Rolling Boer two and a half lengths to
the wire. The stake waa worth tf,b) to
the winner. Tne trace; waa heavy and hold'
Flrat lace, ftva and one-half furlonsrs
Senator Moriisoa, US (Mclntyre). 11 to 2.
won; Floreetan, M (W likersoa), l to 1
second; Joe buckley, US) (RobbluS), 2 to 1.
third. Tlmsi l.lot-e. Style. Pericles.
prince of Endurance, Pure Dale. The
counselor ana laurt F. M. also ran.
Second raoe, ftvs and one-half furlongs
NICHOLS LOSES ANOTHER GAME
American Association Team Takes
Kindly to the Westerner's
KANSAS CITT. Oct. 1. (Sneclsl Tele
gram. Today's sums between the local
Western league and American association
teams wss won by the latter, 12 to 2. Kid
Nichols was In the box for ths Westerns
and was batted to all corners of the lot.
there being but one Inning In which the
Blues failed to score. The fielding of both
tesms wss rsther off color, four errors be
ing chsrged against each team. Two games
yet remain to be clayed in the post season
series, after which the American associa
tion team will depart for El Paso, Tex., to
taae part in tne naso Dan carnival wnicn
Is to be held at that place. Store:
Amsrlcsns .... 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 0 12 11 2
Batteries: Westerns. Nichols and Mes-
sltt; Americans, Wolfs and Bevllle. Um
pires: Hurst and Anson.
FOOT BALL FOR SATURDAY
High School Teama of Omaha, and
Connell BlnaTa at Vinton
A aood aame of foot ball Is exDected at
tha Vinton street park Saturday between
the Omaha and Council Bluffs High school
teams. The boys across the river have se
cured Millard, lint year's fullback on the
Chicago university team, and with a fast
eleven, averaging lie pounds, ought to be
able to tear through any line.
The Omaha boys are straining every
nerve and expect a hard battle. Captain
rairnrotner has nis men out lor two hours
very night and Is perfecting his defensive
ilay, which was the weak point at Des
ioln.es a week aso. Stlnerker has been DJt
In as fullback In place of Thompson, Who is
out of the game with a sprained hip. He
Is Dlaylna a fast game In his new olace
and will strengthen the team. Baxter will
take his place in tne lino Saturday.
Krsg Park Bowlera Win.
The Krug nark bowlera defeated the St,
Charles team on the Gate City alleys Tues
day eight. Scors:
1st. 2d. 2d. Tl.
Jorgenson 186 159 122 417
Frusn - 13S 161 197 4H3
Krug 1(S 154 144 446
Matthal 178 151 1R8 17
Bengele 148 201 226 676
Totals 795 S2 877 2498
1st. IJ. 3d. Tl
FYltSbher Ill 14 1F9 4s
Will - 148 222 134 6"i
Baden 129 lo4 ISO 433
Forscutt 176 198 132 606
Keller 148 142 168 448
Totals 711 900 733 2344
Resnlta at Woodbine.
TORONTO. Ont.. Oct. l.-Woodblne re
First race, six furloncs: Blr Tom Tiddler
won, weneaiey second, lesioniague third.
Second race, five furlonas: Bennle Burr
WWIli UIIS nwuH, numii VJKi , u
third. Timet 1:2&H.
Third race, one mile and aeventv yards:
Glenwatef won. Gold Cure second. Wire
In third. Timet 1:49.
Fourth race, fur ton as: .. SorinrwellB
won, Asacnue secQno, tovaoie inira. lime
Fifth race. stseDlechase. about two miles
Handvlco wen. Hldeby second, ' McManus
tnira. xime: t:s.
Sixth race. 1 1-11 mllea: Illlwah won.
Benckart second, Handcuff third. Time:
Hesnlta at SprlnerSeld.
BPRI NO FIELD. 111.. Oct, l.-Illlnole
state I air reauiis:
2:26 Trottlna Lauretta won In straight
heats. Best time: 2:1W Lady Almoner,
Pym, Billy J., Arajx, April Fool and All
Herr also started.
2:25 Pace Mai or Hal won third, fourth
and fifth heats. Best time: 2:16i. Jessie
O. won first heat in 2:1R4; St. Patchen won
second neat in a:itv mack urataro,
Maud Kavloa and Laura Belle also started.
1:80 race internationar moca f ood won
third and Bfth beats in 2:17 and I:lHk:
Allen W. won eecond heat In 2:13V: Colonel
Smith won first heat In 2:1644; Harry a.
Wood. - Jimmy Gradstone, Virginia and
uuster also aiariea.
Jockey Clnb Reorganised.
LOUISVILLE, Kyy Oct. L A reorgani
sation of the new Louisville Jockey club
waa effected today. By the new deal the
controlling Interest passes from W. E.
Applegate and Charles Bollinger to
Charles F. Price and J. C. Boardman.
The capital atock haa been Increased and
a new clubhouse, new paddock, stables,
etc., will pe duiii. i ne louowing omcers
were elected: Cherlea F. Grainger, cresl-
dent: M. J. Winn, vice president; Charles
V. met, secretary ana manager; J. u.
Boardman, treasurer. Prominent business
men of the city compose the directory.
Presldsat Boardman. la mayor of Loula-
Morrie gtablo gold.
NEW TORK. Oct. 1. Tha entire racing
establishment of A. H. and t. H. Morris
was sold at auction at Eheepahead Bay
today. The prices realised were good, as
thirty-seven head sold for nu.7Wt Heckon,
cn. ra., 14, Dy imp. iisarro-f ernaps
brought the highest price of the eale, 8
Brown paying 117.100 for her. Correction
b. m., 14, by Hlmyar-Mannle Gray, was
knocked down to L. O. Appleby for 215,000.
Correction la a nlster of Domino and dam
of Yankee. Compute, 3-year-old, ch h., by
Hanover-necaon, waa aoia ta n. w. wai
den for tiO.OJu. .
Exeltlagj Game of Ball.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Oct. 1. (8peclal.)-An
exciting game of base ball was pulled oft
yesterday ia Ljgotiirs pasture between
the Rock Creek Tigers and a picked team
from this place. The Tigers proved too
much for their opponents by a acore of
to 4. Reutler and Uewltt were In tbe box
and behind the bat for the victors, while
Downing and Billings performed like serv
ice for the pickupe.
Defeat for Freshmen.
The third eleven of Crelahtoa university
defeated the Freshman team by a score of
tl to 0. Fifteen-minute halves ware played.
The features of the game were the line
bucks by Hlggina and Curran. Coad. the
right half for the third eleven, made two
seventy-yard runa for touchdowns. The
third elevea solicits challenge from elev
ens averaging ua pounus.
At Princeton, N. J. Princeton, 13; Bwerth
At Cambridge, Mass. Harvard. 17; Bow
doln. a. r- .
At Philadelphia University of Pennsvl
vanla. t: Franklin and Marshall col leu, o.
At Ithaca Cornell. 31; University of
At New Haven Tale, 34; Tufts, ft
a Osiwa Haa am Easy Game.
ONAWA, Is.. Oct 1. Special Telegram.)
At the field meet at Castana today
Onswa defeated W.s Castana foot ball
team easily bar a saure of 17 to . Onswa
simply played "horse" with them. The
feature of the gatiio waa the playing of
tiex atnneajr, acaio lor unawa.
Three-I Leaarne Meetlnar.
ROCKFORJI. III.. Vct. L The fall meet
Ing of the Illinols-Iowa-Indlana Base Ball
league wss bsld here today. The nannan
for the l!l season was formally awarded
to Rock ford. The salary limit waa fixed
at 3w0 per month, effective ia each club
after June l. .
Tea Wet at Pakley. .
CINCINNATI. Oct !.-The Oakley park
trotting and pacina races were seals post
poned todsy Until tomorrow aa account of
WOMEN GOLFERS GET SOARED
lecoid Konnd f Natisaal flhatnpisnship
Plgyid in the Bain.
MRS. MANICC BEATEN BY MRS GRAHAM
Metropolitan Clnb Crack Goes Oat
Before Comparatively t'nkaawn
Player from the Haatlagton
Valley Golf Clnb.
BROOKLINB, Mass., Oct. 1. No set of
women golfers ever struggled against more
adverse conditions than the thirty-two
who, despite a cold rain storm today,
played over the Country club course In the
third round of the national championship.
From the time the first pair started until
tha last finished the rain fell Incesssntly,
so that every player was wet through be
fore she bad finished the course. The play
ing waa the strongest ever shown by wo
men tn this country. Not one of the six
teen matches waa decided before the four
teenth green was reached, while four re
quired one extra hole to decide them. To
morrow morning the sixteen survivors will
meet In tbe second round of the tourna
ment and the winners will play still an
other round In-ths afternoon.
Snrprlses for Several.
The strength of a number of tbe non-
favorites waa the feature of the day. With
few exceptions they pushed to the limit
players who have been regarded as candi
dates for the championship honors, and
Mrs. Edward A. Manlce of the Lenox Golf
club, the Metropolitan champion, went
dowa before the astonishing play of Mrs.
Walter M. Gorham of Philadelphia. Mrs.
Mantes waa considered almost a sure win
ner; In fact. It was that she had any easy
Journey as far as tha third round. But no
player could have kept even on equal
terms with the game of Mrs. Gorham. She
beat bogle in five of tn fourteen hole
and equaled the colonel In three others,
losing only ons hole In the outward Jour
ney and four coming back. Her score of
forty for the first nlns holes will probably
stand at the woman's record for tha course
for some time. Mrs. Manlce played stsad-
lly and under ordinary conditions would
probably have won.
Other Interesting features were tha lour
matches, each of which went to tbe nine
teenth hole. The first pair who found them
selves on equal terms at tbe end of the
eighteen holes was Miss Ruth Underbill of
the Nassau County club and Mrs. R. O.
Brown of the 8an Francisco Golf club. At
one time Mrs. Brown was dormle three.
but the seventeenth hole and the long eigh
teenth proved too much for her and Miss
Underhlll tied the score. Then the Nassau
player took the bye bole by excellent put
The next two with even acores on the
eighteenth hole were Mrs. Fannla C. Osgood
Brookllne Country club, and Miss Maude
Wetmore of the Newport Country club.
Poor putting by Misa Wetmore lost her the
The third match to q trirk he!
waa that between Miss Georglaana Bishop
of the Brooklawn club, Bridgeport, Conn.,
and Miss Gertrude Flske of the Coaoord
Golf club. Miss Bishop won It on fine ap
proach shot on the nineteenth green.
Miss Anthony's Stubborn Win.
While this match waa being decided, Mlaa
Bessie Anthony of the Glenvlew Golf club.
Chicago, and Miss B. S. Porter of tha Oak
ley Country club were wending their way
back to tha start to play their extra hole.
At one time In this match Mlsa Porter waa
four up and six to play and after tha thtr
teenth hole had been halved she was four
up and five to play, but Mls . Anthony
buckled to her work and completed tha four
teenth, four to five. ..The fifteenth waa
halved and tb.en Miss Porter deliberately
threw away the slxtenth bole. Miss An
thony then took the next two and the odd
one without difficulty, giving her tbe match.
The playing of Miss Anita Pblppe was also
a noteworthy feature, for although de
feated by Miss Margarst Curtis of tbe Essex
Country club, who Is scarcely IS years old,
pushed the Essex crack to the limit. Other
contests were well fought.
The cards of the principal matches were
Miss Besste Anthony. Chicago, out, 47;
in, 46; total, vs. miss a. a. rorier, uamey
Country club Watertown, Mass., out, 4;
In, 47; total. 82. Bye hole: Miss Anthony,
ft: Miss Porter. 8.
Miss Underhlll, Nassau Country club,
Glen Cove, New York:
Out 8 6 8 7 4 4 8 50
In 8 5 7 E t 8 8 3 S 8-48 88
Mrs. R. Gllman Brown, Ban Francisco
Qolf ciuD, Ban i-ranriBco:
Out 87333833 74
In 4 S 7 4 6 8 6 7 10-83102
Bye hole: Miss Underbill, 8; Mrs. Brown,
Miss Georalana Bishop, Brooklawn club
Bridgeport. Conn.: Out. 48; In. 60; total, 88.
Miss Gertrude Flske, Concord Golf club,
CnnonM Ui ' Dot 40' In SI total. 1ftft
Mrs. W. Gorham, Huntington Valley Golf
club: Out, 40; In, 23; total, 63. Mrs. Ed
ward A- Manlce. Lenox uoir club, Lenox,
Mass.: uut, ; m, u; toiai, os.
Tbe drawings for tbe second round to
morrow were as follows:
Mlsa Margaret Curtis-Mrs. Pauline Ma
Mlsa Motile Browne-Miss Gorham.
Miss Bessie Anthony-Mrs. Pendleton
Miss O. Hecker-Mlns Ruth Underhlll.
Miss Ixiulaa Wells-Mrs. B. B. Adams.
Miss M. PhelDs-Mlaa Fannie C. Oexood
Miss F. L. Vanderboef-Mrs. William
Mrs. C. F. Fox-Mrs. Georgtana Bishop.
Fred Gilbert Wins First Money.
PARIS. Ky.. Oct. 1. The annual fall
tournament of the Hill Top club opened
today, with the Hill Top handicap as the
principal event. Fred Gilbert of Spirit
Lake, la., killed forty-six birds out of a
poasioie nrty ana won nret money.
Rain (tops Tennis Play.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. l.-Play In the
Intercollegiate tennis champlonshipa was
postponed toasy Decause oi rain.
Veteran Fireman's Meeting;.
At tha Veteran Firemen's association
meeting last evening It waa decided to
have a banquet November 12 at Ed
Mauer a cafe. Each member la permitted
to invite a friend by sending his name to
F. 11. Koesters, secretary of the commit
tee en arrangement, vurrani J. t .
Behm. J. W. Jardlne and D. P. Beard wan
appointed aa a committee to draft resolu
tions on ins oeain oi Aioert 21. Bander.
THE REALTY HECOIID.
TRANSFERS filed In the register of deed's
ana county ciera s euice on uctuber 1
J. H. Levy and wife to Elisabeth i
Kuhlman. lot 10, block I, Redlck
park 3 226
umana neat r-aiaie ana irusi lo.,
to Mary L. Everett, part wU. neU.
C M. uarner ana wue lo Bailie l.
Oaborn, sV lot 8. block L. Lowe's
University or ancnigan to J r
Stout, w 40 feet lots 23 and 24.
block 5, Hanscom Place 3,363
aiariua Durvmrn ana wue to c A.
Wlidsrman, wW lot 7. block 1, Pat
rick e add l,7oo
w. iv. oviizer n ai. executors, to
Julia R. Leveret t. eU lot 4. block
12. Shlnn's add l.goa
Julia R. everett ana nusoana to J.
H. Hutten, same 1,000
YV. w. Baiisnury to (J. f. Kobo et
aL lot 14. block 2, lots 1 to 4. block
3, lot 6, block 4, Rush 4k B's add.... 4.800
Halt Claim Deeds.
E. H. Be cat and wife to Mary J. Bru
bsker, undivided of part nW, seW.
Frank Thompson, executor, to Sarah
Uvingston, lots 20 and 21, block
U, Omaha lew ioe
Total amount of transfers
JEWISH NEW YEAR BEGINS
Rabbi fllmea Opens Series of Appro
priate Services at Barney
The celebration of Roth Hashons. the
Jewish New Year, waa begun at Temple
Israel last alght at 7:45 o'clock and will
continue until noon today. The'servlcs is
one of thsnksglvlng for the blessings of the
last year and a petition for blessings for
the coming yesr. Ths sermon wss preached
by Rabbi Simon, the pastor, who took ss his
tsxt the words: "On the heights Ood is
Been," his theme being "On the Heights."
He opened his remarks by referring to tbe
early stsges of religion when man looked
to the mountains for God, localised his gods
and looked to the msterisl heights tor salvation.
Than came the spiritual Idea of the
heights where God la to bo found, tha ideal
of high thoughts and high living. Religion
from its most primitive time, even when
loaded down with superstition, hss tried to
see Ood through the eye of fsith, and In
this tsachlng the Jews were probably the
highest type. Thua their religion brought
forth the prophets and the psalms. The
Greeks looked for beauty on the heights and
In their gods, they found the ideals which
brought forth the aesthetic. In sculpture;
today upon the heights we place the in
tellectual attalnmenta, so that In the various
ages tbe gods have stood for religion, art
and science, all advancing civilization. At
the head of the year Rosh Hasbona, tha
people stand upon a height where they can
view the works of their hands, and the
speaker called upon them ta look not Into
the valleys, but to tha heights for Ideals.
At 9:30 o'clock todsy the service will be
resumed with a sermon by Rabbi Simon on
the subject Of "The Well of Salvation."
Because of the postponement of ths
original coronation proceedings many
superstitious persons claimed that the
king would never be crowned. However,
he recovered from his Illness sufficiently
to go through the ceremony, end superst)
tion was again overthrown. The king of
medicines, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
was so crowned over fifty years ago, be
cause It was recognised as the beet medi
cine to cure loss of appetite, indigestion,
causes, dyspepsia, or liver and kidney
troubles. Today It occupies the same posi
tion. Be sure to try it.
NO WALNUT HILL LICENSE
Gnrley Makes Strong; Plan for Saloon,
bnt Petition of Cltlsens
The Mercer-Broatch police board, at its
meeting last night, had to grant the petl
tion of several hundred Walnut Hill resi
dents and turn, down the application of the
Krug Brewing company for a permit to
open a saloon at Fortieth and Hamilton
streets, despite tha fact that the beer mak
sra had the shrewdness 'to retain W. F,
Gurley, one of Mercer's chief boosters, to
present their cats. Mr. Gurley made a
long and spirited plea for the license, but
the members of the board evidently con
sldered it unwise to fly In the face of the
whole Walnut Hill district, and therefore
there will be no saleon la the vicinity of
Fortieth and Hamilton for the time being.
A resolution was adopted whereby W.
W. Cox, formerly a captain of the police
department, who was dismissed from the
service December IS, 1898, on a charge -of
cowardice, after a thorough hearing, was
reinstated and allowed to resign, his reslg
nation to take effect from the time at dli
The board employed Ransom and Qurley
to represent It In the 'quo warranto pro
ceedlngs which have" been Instituted
against It In the supremo court by City At
CRIMINAL COURT TO OPEN
Embesslement Trial Cornea First and
Two Murder Caaea Will
The criminal branch of the district court
will convene Monday next and tha first
week will bo devoted to cRy caaea, none of
which Is on special note. The following
week atata cases will bo taken up and the
first of which will be tried la that of Wil
liam Heap, Jr., accused of embesslement. It
la charged that Heap obtained 16,000 from
tha Perry Live Stock company by means
of drafts to which were attached false bills
of lading purporting to represent cattle
which had been shipped to that company.
Monday next there will be thirty-four in
formations filed covering all of the criminal
cases to corns up this term. There are two
of these casts In which the charge la mur
der, that of John 6pellman, aocused of the
killing of Barl Caldwell, and that of George
Christiansen, charged with having murdered
The key to health ta la the kidneys and
liver. Keep these organs active and you
have health, strength and cheerful spirits.
Prickly Ash Bitters la a stimulant for the
kldneya, regulates tbe liver, stomach and
bowels. A golden household remedy.
Chicago to Boston and Retar
Via Erie Railroad.
Tlcketa on sale Oct. 7 to 11,
good to return on or before Oct,
deposit and payment of BO centa,
of limit to Not. 12 may be
Through sleeper. For time table
tall Information apply to Mr. H.
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THIEVES BUSY AT CARNIVAL
Two Women Have Their Parses Stole
While In tbe Vast
Mrs. Susie Cassidy of South Omaha waa
robbed of a purse containing $7 on tbe car
nival grounds Tuesdsy alght. Shs wt
carrying the purse In htr hand whea a
colored boy ran past and grabbed It. Mra.
Parr, 222 North Nineteenth street, was
robbed of a purse in the same manner.
Her lose, however, was only a fsw stamps
George R. Buchel, who works at 101 South
Thirty-second avenue, left his watch la his
vest pocket bsnglng ia tha stable at that
umber and went out driving. When he
returned the watch was gons. C. H. Thsde
of Atlantic, Ia., left his grip In ths hall
at ths Nebraska lodging bouse and soms
one stole Its own tents, consisting of most
of Thede's wearing apparel.
Asthma Can Bo Cured
The slatemeat of Mr. J. F. Homan, 20
E. Adams St.. Chicago, provss that ths
worst cases of Asthma la the world are
not only relieved, but are readily cured
by Or. ScblSmaan's Asthma Curs. Hs
says: "Asthma kept me la terrible misery
for ten yesrs until I used your Asthma
Cure. After the first trial I was a changsd
man. I went to sleep that night aad
awoke next day much relieved and I have
gotten entirely over the Asthma, It Is
bow nine years since I was sursd."
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Bead 2c stamp to Or. R- aV-hlltmann. Box
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Jim Dumps the meat trust viewed with Ire
As prices mounted high and higher,
Until a thought struck home with force i
"Instead of meat I'll have recourse
To Force.' " 'Twas better far for him
Besides, It made him "Sunny Jim."
The Bsady-to-Serve Cereal
meets all requirements
of proper diet.
Sweet crts flatae af wktat and
Less Mea.lt Batter Healtrt.
All physicians are agreed that, on the whole, we in this country eat too mnch
meat, and to this fact is due much of the rheumatism and front from which we peo
ple suffer, as well as some more serious and fatal constitutional dlxnases. Tha
average health and longevity of our people would be improved and Increased by
the substitution of a vegetable and cereal diet for a portion of the meat which they
are In the dally habit of consuming." Dr. Baafakiw Lia, Sec'y PennsjlvaiAa State
poerd of Health.
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