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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: T1IUKHDAY, OCTOBER 10, lf02.
IFF AIRS AT SOUTH OMAIIA
Tiro City Matl?eotor 0ntiiu U Wwk
Dtwpit Major's Protest.
ONE OF THE MEN 13 ASKED TO STEP OUT
gayer Keatany Orders Bl
Clark Heware, ant Latter Re
fese Teke ESIet Serl
If Work Oa.
John Mclntyr ha ben working tor two
Say a city meat Inspector and ao ha
Clark Howard. Th latter ha worked at
th Job for many year and ha decline to
take tb mayor' order terloutly regarding
Thl I why South Omaha ha at this tlmo
two meat In pec tor. Vnder the order of
th mayor Mclntyr get 50"a month and
la upposed to Inapeet the butcher hop a
certain aumber of time a week. In addl
tin to tho (alary paid Howard by tha city
ho i supposed to drkw a atlpend from th
Union Stock Tarda company for 4he work
he peri-rma la killing eattl and bog h
condemns In th yards.
Mayor Koutiky Informed a Bee reporter
, lat Bight tJat be waa putting a man to
work who would attend to the dntle of
th office. He Raid further that he pro
poeed to ea to it that th butcher shop
In th city war Inspected thoroughly and
that a written report wa made to the
council each month. Friction about thl
matter I posilblo a o-o of tha member
cf th council have given notice that they
ar opposed to th appointment of Ic
Clerk Shrlgler ha looked tip tha ordi
nance a far back as tba recede go but
he falla to Bnd tho on giving Howard a
Ufa job. At the next meeting of th coun
cil Sbrtgley will make a report cf what
tb record ahow In' relation to tba ap
pointment of a meat In pec tor.
St. Martin's Oalld.
Mrs. B. E. Wilcox entertained th guild
of St. Martin' church yesterday after
noon. Luncheon wa eerved and report
of th year' work wera aubmltted. Vnder
th management of Mr. Wilcox, who has
been tha prealdent of the guild for the laat
year, about 1900 baa been collected which
ha been used In tb decoration of th
Delegate Lett Laat Sight.
Delegate to tha National Live Stock
meeting to ba held at Pittsburg, Pa., en
Thuraday and Friday of thl week left laat
night. ' A portion of tba delegate traveled
over tha Rock Island while some went over
tha Burlington. Those who left were Cap
tain D. 1. Parkhurst, Bruc McCulloch, E.
8. Harrell, M. It. Murphy. J. O. Guild and
Ell Cox. K- -
Willi Brown Inqaeat.
Coroner Bralley held an Inquest yester
day afternoon over the remains of Willis
Brown. Considerable testimony waa heard
and tha Jury took some time to consider
th matter. It waa decreed that tha Union
PaclOo freight train ' which caused tha
death of Brawn waa . running at a more
rapid rat than permitted by city ordi
nances. The Jury did sot make any recom
meadationa. Two Additional Light.
Th Thomson-Houston Light compuny
, rs making arrangement to place are atreet
light at Seventeenth and Z atreet and at
Twenty-Brat and Y atrerta. These lights
probably will be Installed next week. When
they are in tha total number of such light
will be 106 for the city at a monthly rental
of $10.50. At the present time the light
' ing fund will pot stand any additional
light' during tho fiscal year; - " ' .
Maclo City Goasln.. . 1
Charles Carlson 1 west on a hunting trip.
Harry L. Cohn is back from a western
Mile Mitchell la In the sandhills on a
James Murphy I back from a trip, to
Louisville. Ky. -
George H. . Brewer and wife are. back
irora an extenaea eastern trip.
George Schuler la detained In Germany by
tne sudden ueatn ot ma tamer.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Harrla, Twentieth
and Q street, announce tne Dinn or
Th council will alt as a board of equali
sation for two daya this week on grading
ana oavmg taxes. i.
A meeting of th South 8ide Improve
ment club will ha held at the office of Dr.
W. J. MoCrann on Friday evening. All
WILL INTEREST EVERYBODY.
member are uraed to be present, as Im
portant business la to be transacted.
The policemen of Bouth Omaha will give
danre at the troop armory on tha even
ing of November 1.
The daurhter tf Chris Garveeon wa
taken to St. Joaenh'a' hospital in Omaha.
yesterday for treatment.
Invltattnna are out for the annual ball of
the city firemen, which will be held at th
cavairy armory on the night of Novtm-
oer . .
Jack Leonard, tha wnll known ehararter
about town, la in tho city for a day or two.
out ne propose returning to tne county
poor rarm touay.
Funeral service over the remain ot
Frank Moran were held at St. Agnes'
church yeeterdav. Interment waa at fit.
The Woman'a Missionary society of the
First Baptist church will meet with Mrs 8.
R. Hathaway, 6)3 North Twentieth street,
on Friday afternoon at J. 30 o'clock. ,
A meeting of the Modern Brotherhood of
America will be held on Friday evening,
when reports of the supreme convention
will be rendered by the delegates. There
will also be an Initiation of candldatea.
eventy-on Years Old sad Seventy
one Chi Urea Greet Him
At hi handsome Chicago street resi
dence Count John A. Crelgbton yesterday
celebrated tba rounding out of his 71st
year oa earth and hia forty-sixth In Omaha,
with th many storms ot an eventful, life's
passage well weathered, tha "grand old
man" eat In his own bom laat night,
looking over a score and more of his rela
tives, and in seldom sentences outlined the
philosophy that had carried blm through
tho years gone by.
"Thi Is th 'farm house'," aald tb
count. "It 1 th only farm house within
the elty limits of Omaha. Her I am al
ways glad to see my friends and here I
don't worry about my enemies. Th latch
string Is always out, and, God willing,
I'll be here to answer Its summons for
many a day yet."
A beautiful feature of Count Orelghton's
blrthdsy anniversary was . hla welcome
home last ovenlng. When ho left the house
in tha morning there wss nothing beside
tho early arrival of many handsome re
membrance to remind the coant especially
of the . event. Nothing was said ot any
particular festivities. But Miss Mary Cot
ter, his housekeeper, had a schema already
under way and it development burst upon
th count when he stepped from the street
car at th corner ot hi lawn at B:1S th
the afternoon4. . .
Seventy-ono young people, one for each
year of hi Ufa, swarmed over th grass.
They lined the sidewalk from tho gat to
tb house and each . carried an armful ot
roses. A the count approached the first
In the line tor off rose petals by tho hand
ful and sprtnkeled them over hi path
way, th other following suit. Literally
on a bed ot roses ths white-haired man
wended hla way up th winding walk to the
veranda. Then all the children trooped
in after him,, and there was merrymaking
galore. The youngeat . participant waa 6
montha of age, Crelghton Crowley, named
after the count. From that they ran up
to 20 years. Refreshments ended their fee
Count Crelghton Is a man of motto. On
tha walls ot his own particular den appear
th aphorism, th adages, tha axiom that
have been th keynote ot hla Ufa and
work. A few of his more favorlt ones
I doubt the wisdom ot being too wise,
and I see much wisdom in some folly."
'Th braveat are th tenderest; th lov
ing ar th daring."
Abolish fear and you can accomplish
whatsoever you wish."
'Bo gentle and keep thy voice low."
BEATS TWO-MILE RECORD1
Oiward 8ilYr Titi Cum TutM Thta
Aaj Preriom Hrsa.
LEXINGTON CROWD GROWS ENTHUSIASTIC
Greets AassaMsl with ksisi
After Rnaf af Fzrlte Cheer
When It Is Seen Tlaa
Ha Beea Lowered.
LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct. 15. Onward Sil
ver, th great chestnut aon of Onward and
Sylvan Maid, went two miles over th Ken
tucky Breeders' association track today In
4.29V4. breaking the American two-mil
record ot 4:32, made by Greenlander In 189).
Hudson waa in th Bulky and Onward 611
ver bad a running mate.
When the first mils waa reeled oft in
2:14 flat a bum of exclamations swept over
the great crowd in attendance. When he
began the last quarter, with only, three
minutes and flfty-flr seconds consumed,
excitement became Intense. Ha had
scarcely passed under the wire before the
record time waa posted, and round after
round of cheer followed. 1
J. L. Prulen of Beardetown, ' Ky., ownk
the horse. '
The card ot seven races today Included
two stakes. In the west, the stake record
of J:1H4. was reduced to 2:07)4, Chase be
ing bard pressed. '
The track waa fast and weather pleasant.
First race, 2:25 flans, pacing purse. $1,000
Dorothy Wilton, b. m.,,by Wilton
The Judge, b. g. (Stahl) 2
Ethel Mac, ch. m. (McCarthy)......... 6
Ross Maaon, b. g. (Turner) 6
T, ., -1. . . V, 1 1. V rA.tw.i.l.Y. a
M-int a n.j, tiiv. ,. , . J .m.m.u. .......... w
Atha A, b. m. (Greenwade) 4
Time: z:l24, z:ii4, 2:111.
Second race. Walnut Hill farm cup.
class, trotting, purse S3.0U0; $l,4ol) to win
ner, 7W to second, 4W to tnira, tou io
fourth: 1100 to driver of winner, lloQ to
winner of fastest heat:
Nut Bearer, b. a., by Nut
Breaker (Footel 3 I
Prince of Orange, br. g. (Geers) 1 1
Alice Russell, b. ra. (Hudson)... 2 3
Prince Zelma, b. n. (Kenney).... S 5
Mabel, b. m. (Benyon) 4 4
Uavatta, b. m (Dlckerson) t
Lady i'atchle ac
Time: 2:10, 2:10, 2:09. 2:13, 2:10H.
Third race. 2:UH class, pacing, two
three, purse 11,500:
Sir Albert S, b. g., by Diablo Saun
Nervola, b. h. (Dean) .-. 2
Plnchem Wilke. b. g. (Estes) 3
Prince Direct, bik. h. (McHenry) 6
Dandy Chimes, b. h. (Geers) 4
Sphynx 8, ch. g. (Spear) t
Carthage Girl. bik. m. (Merrlfield)
Schley Pointer, b. h. (Nuckolls) 7 11
Albert, ro. a. (MrUonald) 11 1
Sjfreet. bik. m. (Ben von) ...10
Lon Vaughan, b. m. (Foote) t 10
Balmy L, bik. m. (Turner) as
Savannah Maid, b. m. (Rat til IT) d
Time: 2:03, 2:06.
Fourth race, the West, 2:29 class, trotting,
Chase, b. a-., by Keeler (Hudson).
Baron Seshay, b. g. (McHenry)....
Maine, b. m. (Uyons)
TALK OF FILLING VACANCIES
Oaat Kveryoaa Who
Meets, bat Neglect ta Kama
Apparently th cxeontiv committeemen
ot the democratic .county committee are
not a unit In tha selection .ot a man to
take Charles Curtis' place on the legisla
tive ticket, Curtla having signified his in
tention of withdrawing his name. The com
mittee met last evening at the democratic
headquarter over Ed Howell' offlc and
wreatled with tha problem for an hourv it
having been supposed that this committee
would promptly agree on a man and recom
mend hi name to the ull county commit
tee, which meets Saturday and which was
authorised by th county convention to
fill vacancies. But the hour' labor brought
forth nothing but much talk and the com
mittee finally adjourned to meet again Fri
day avenlng at the headquarter to finally
agree upon a nemiaa. It I aasuoed that
b I to b a South Omaha ma a, a Curtla
waa resident there.. Ed Kllngmaa was
talked of soma, but It 1 hlntsd that another
Catarrh la It varloua form Is a
tlonal disease and the fact that nearly I aspirant whose name la to remain a secret
everybody ufter from It more or lea
leaf! many to aegieei it proper . treat-
Nasal catarrh is a common cans of
headache, destroy eni of smell and If
neglected reaches th throat, causlug Im
pairment and sometimes total loas of role.
Bronchial catarrh lead easily to con
sumption. Catarrh of stomach and liver
ar very ertou and obatlnaat trouble,
until Saturday I coming t th front.
Th place left vacant by Ed Callely, It la
generally conceded, will be given to Pat
rick McArdle, a populist already endorsed
by his party. There may be some ot ths
committeemen who favor Hofeldt's with
draw) from the ticket In favor ot Hlbbard,
the populist, and the mater waa discussed
om at yesterday's masting ot th xecu
tlva committee, but Hofeldt 1 generally
while It 1 now generally admitted that I conceded to have th upper hand and th
catarrh I th moot common ot all cause I commute doesn t se how v. couia get
of deafness. I him oft even If It wera unanimously In
All of the more serious forma of catarrh I favor ot so doing.
begin with nasal catarrh, th local ymp-
torn being a profu discharge, stoppage
et nostrils, Irritation and frequent . clear
ing .of' th throat, sneeslng, coughing and
The old style of treatment with
douches. Inhalers, sprays, salve, etc,
Imply glv temporary relief and every
one who ha used any of them know how
useless tbsy ar and their Inconvenience
Is such that very, few bav th time, or
patience to continue their use,
- LOCAL BREVITIES. .
An Imperial wheel, belonging to B. H.
Ball of North Eighteenth street, was
atolen yesterday evening from In front of
lis Mortn Bixteemn street.
Tha firemen exUnautahed with a few
bucket of water an Incipient bias which
tarted at f o'clock yesterday evening in
the one-atory frame residence at 19X7 Bouth
Tw.ntv.nlntn street oroMlnle! h Mrs.
Augusta Aiein. Tie nre waa cauaea oy a ; eumaineu trvrn uuuir ma mmn.
lisue vl naivea, auu ev miuuiee
I Food" Amm ,.J - .
i Strengthening vmMtII
Fruit: and Wheat ssj. , ?iWJf;
-ood fo eat. ( X- (jjjr '
vanla beat Swarthmore 13 to 0 and Prince
ton defeated It by 11 to S.
As Princeton and Pennsylvania are Co
lumbia's chief opponents this season, there
is corresponding Jubilation, among Co
lumbia men tonight.
Time ot game, au-minute naive.
Alia iursiur, u. h. uccis;
Horace W. Wilson, ch. h. (Shank)
Wilton Boy, br. e. (McDonald)....
Betsy Tell, bik. m. (McCarthy)
Time:. Z:10. Z:wu, 2:07.
3 2 2
2 2 8
7 5 &
HARVARD IN., BETTER FORM
Beat Wealeyana Hands Down, Dolna
All Their Scoring ta Twenty
CAMBRIDGE. Maes.. Oct. 2S.-Harvard'a
'varsity foot ball team got together In the
first half of the Wealeyan game today and
scored 85 points in twenty minutes. The
Fifth race, J:13 class, trotting, to wagon, j showing waa the best Harvard has made
amateurs to drive, two in three heats:
Fur. a. a., by Ueerwooa tsmatn-
era) t 3 13 1
Peko. b. m. (Devereaux) 12 2 8
Joe Watts, ch. g. (Dor ham) 4 3 12
Crescent, g. g. (Gaylord) 3 4dr
Darwin , so
Time: 2:14, 2:13. 2:16, Z:13.
this year. In the second half Harvard put
an entirely new team on the field, except
Btlllinan, who was moved from fullback to
left halfback. Wealeyan scored in thla
half, after using several trick plays, a de
layed pasa leading to a touchdown.
or tne flrst time Harvard departed rrom
a strsight rushing game by its backa and
S xth race. 2:17 claaa, P'W.PU .00: tried . aeveral formatlona. Mills waa taken
I)?A"y.i.F,fd' ch" by Mrkfl,ild, , , back from tackle and used to advance the
(Qorsline) ill ball and Jonea waa brought in from the
Babe Allerton, b. m. (Dodge). M n, fnp lh. ,.."
Little Snhvnx. b. m. (Wilson).
Hard Castle, br. g. (Carnathan)
Pure Uoid. cn. n. (joness
Monte Joe. gr. g. (Kinney)
Margaret W, t. m. (Walker)
Time: 2:11U. 2:11. 2:11V..
Seventh race. 2:23 rlnea. trot ting -two In
three heats, purse u.wiu: . ,
juage 4. u lien, om. g., oy niveo tyiikcs
Texas, gr. m. (Renyeck) 2
K Dims:, dik. n. (Hayoen)
Director Bell, bik. h. (Turner) 3
Hugh Wynne, b. g. (Marvin) a
i lime: s:xs, :xo.
To beat 4:32 trotting record for two miles:!
end for the same purpose.
In using an end a nw play was brought
Into use by Harvard', for It has been cus
tomary to bring in ,the other tackle to al
ternate the advance. Harvard still had a
tendency to be'offsiee In both halves, but
there wss an - aaeewoa xt fumbling. - In tne
first half the backs circled Wesleyan's end
almost st will for Ions: xalns and had no
trouble in breaking through the opposing
line at any point.
Marahall, the quarteYbacV. dropped a goal
from the field from Wesleyan'a twenty-
three-yard line. He also made an eighty
vard run from the klrknrf.
in tne aecono nair wesieyan usea its
2:48, 8:20ft, 8:e6, 4:2V.
Onward Silver. 2:08, ch. h.. by onward, dam trick plays successfully, Forbes, who had
nvlvan Maid. I m iwii, Kiier a uriayej ub, iiwiviiib
Time, hv nuarters! 0:84. 1:06V. 1:40U. 2:14. 1 run irom the center Of the field to Har
vara a icn-yara una,- wnera no waa lacaien
by Daly. Espy from here tried a drop
kick for goal, but waa Blocked van Bur
dan got the ball and ran to Harvard'a one-
yard line and rrora nere roroes scored
wesieyan laJied to kick
MORRIS PARK OUTSIDERS WIN
Three Favorites Croas Line First,
Other Race Going; to Lea
VBW vnRIf Clp 1K River Pirate Rna
slgnol and Rockwater were the winning Jarhell. Hor
tauAriu, r Mnrr naric inn.v in. otner
events srolna to lona shots.
First race, sei.mg, sieepiecnaae, aoout novdiu-k. mi.
two ml lea ; maryianuer wuii, ccaiusruu
second. R. B. Sack third. Time: 4:00.
Second race, hlffh.welaht handicap, for
all ages, th Eellpen courae: River Pirate
won, Syrlln second. Sparkle Eerier third.
Third raca. the McOrsthlana stakea. sell
ing. last seven furlongs of the withers mile:
ttossignoi won. Laay Bierung secona, nun
treses third. Time: l.zs.
Fourth race, selling, ror x-year-oias, laat
Sevan furlonsrs or Withers mile: lUns
twS. ma.: i. " ' Chrt,tlne YALE BEATS VERMONT EASILY
Fifth race, handicap, ror s-year-oids. the
Withers mile: Ro-kwater won. CKim Paul I n-aidi nmm r.. u virin h
ireuna, aiurnjn iiii'u. iiiric. i
Hlxtn race, selling, tor s-year-oias ana up, i issrs mx lainy-swo is
mile and a sixteenth over the hill: McWIl- I w.v
llama wvnn Prlnra Kilehard aacond. uuiin I
Carnival third. Time: i:s.
PENNSYLVANIA EASY WINNER foot ball eleven defeated the University of
' I T . J - V. . . 41 ... A fT" V. nluw waa
Defeats Getrysbara; by Thirty
Kaaaht After tlavlaa Gam
All ta Themselves.
.L. T. R. T
.L. O. R. O
... C. C
r. o. u a
,R. T. lb. T
.R. E. lb.
C. Marahall, Dalj..,.. B.IQ. B ,
K-rnan, Kaovllon. il
Stlllntaa. Plp-r.I,. H. a R. K. B. .
LastharhM. PosSar.B.K B. L. M. B. .
til 1 1 man. Malsr. ivw r. li. If. B.-Hanlos, Vsaauraaa
Scorei Harvard. 8S: Wealeyan. I. Touch-
nan, rorbes. uoaia rrom touchdowns: Bar
nard, a. Ooal from field: C. Marshall,
Time ot halves; Twenty and fifteen mln
REPORTS ON FIELD GUNS
Lituteitit Otlonil limps Tells What
Othar 0untrii Ln Doing.
ONLY TWO TYPES AND BOTH HAVE FAULTS
Rigid I'sssss Are Slow bat simple,
While Recoil Carriages Add
Speed, Complexity and Danger
to Injury la Aqlon.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 15 The UnWer
slty of Pennsylvania experienced no diffi
culty in defeating Gettysburg college today,
The visitors made gains only In the begin
ning of the first half, afterwarda being
powerless against tne strong aerense,
The final score was 36 to 0.
The feature of the game was a run of 100
vards by Dale in the second half from
Gettysburg's klckoff for a touchdown. Dal
detective chimney. Little damage resulted.
Dr. J. K. Hosmer. librarian of the public
A radical oure of catarrh can only be I library at Minneapolis and president of the
.v... . vink I American library association, win oenver
" an address thla evening at 8:15 in the lee
uj csisrrou isuui aruui m. uiuvu, oe- i ture room of the tkmaha punne unrsry
eanea nn t ia wtu dlanuta that catarrh la I bulldlna- on tha auhlect. "Books Dead and
. ,-,i,rtiv,.i a. rfi.... w.i I Books Living.'" . All Interested are invited
applications oaa have a effact hxcept to
temporarily relieve local symptoms.
A new remedy which ha beea remark
ably successful in curing catarrh I a
plsssant tasting tablet wttlch I taken
internally and act upon th blood and
mucous metnb.anaa. x
' It Is composed of aatlseptio remedies'
like Red Oum, bleed root and similar
cleansing apectflo -which eliminates ths
catarrhal polsoa from tbe aystsm.
. . . . . i
The case of Dr. John J. Solomon, the Vin
ton street druggist, charged with selling
drugs Illegally, wa on In Justice Fosters
court yesterdsy afternoon snd at 8 o'clock
was continued until Friday, with only a
portion ot the evidence In. A aecond com
plaint waa tiled against Dr. Holomon, charg
ing him with not having a registered phar
macist in charge of hie atore.
George Alexander and Btuart Knous of
Iowa are in the city Jail, charged with
casslnc worthless checks. When searched
at th police station the men had Ave
checks ranging from 84! to 34a each. Which
Tha tablets being pleasant to the taste I he police aay are worthier. They passed
r dissolve la th mouth and thua reach
the throat, trachea and finally th stomach
and entire alimentary canal. They are
eld by druggists everywhere under the
name et Stuart's Catarrh Tablets.
If desired, when there I much stoppag
of th Boss, th tableta may be dissolved
la warm water and used as a douche la
additional to th Interest use, but a douche
ta hot st all necessary. A few dissolved
la tbe mouth dally will b sufficient. - pr.
Alnslss says: "Tb regular dally use of
Stuart' Catarrh Tablet taaea inter-
Bally will cure th whol catarrhs) trouble
without resorting to th Inconvenience ot
douche or aa Inhaler.
They em I glv a healthy too to tb
whele mucous msmbran and It I really
remarkabl how soon they will clear th
head Bad throat et th unnatural and
polaoBOu-catarrhal ssc ration.
Btuart' Catarrh Tablet 1 undoubtedly
th aafeat, mast palatable and certainly
the coeat efficient and convenient remedy
( aay tone f catrrh
one check for a small amount at a saloon
at Twelfth and har nam atreets and were
trying to pass one at the jewelry atore of
Bam Adler when Sergeants Dempaey and
Kentfrow arrested them.
THIS HKALTV RECORD.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Wednes
day, uciouer is:
United Real Estate and Trust com-
cany to Wllhrlmlno C Karbach. n
io ft of et lot 1. Foreat lilll 8 1.800
Klverview investment company to at.
r. Martin, lot . oioca u: lots I and
4, block K. Omaha 1
r. J. alosa to J. it. r simer, low 1 and
4. 88 and . Vinton Place 1
Mary A. uaion ana nusoana to w. m.
Potion, lot 1. block 8. MorysvlUs add TOO
Sheriff to Fannie Mater, lot t block
84, Wilcox' a Id add 467
lnrank Thompson, executor, et al to
F. Paion. s I T acre in tsx lot 80.
in 84-18-11 ti 1,000
Bher'ff to U A. Davis, lot a. block 188.
Bouth Omaha ,.,. 8.13
Total amount of transfers 7,iw
COLUMBIA ROOTERS JUBILANT
i ne recora oi tne Vermont eleven n re
cently holdlna- down Brown In a 10 to 0
game gave them prestige which they failed
to upnoia. xaie puwiea tnem up ana aown
the aiidlron at will, and acored four touch
downs la the first half and two in tho aec
Until they retired from the game the Yale
center trio. Holt, Glass and Goes, were in
every play atrongly. Ulaas sione many
time Drone up tne weaK attempts or tne
Vermonters to buck the line and to run tha
ends. They were the weakest team Yale
haa met. Yale played a substitute team in
the short secona half. Lineup:
YALB- V. OP VERMONT.
Hare. Mooraaaa....L. B IR. B Moras
....! T.fK. T Aura
....L.O. JR. U Klogaln4
C. C Gals
,...R. O IL O.,... Parasr
,...K. T. U T Raanor
WASHINGTON, Oct. 15. Of especial In
terest, In view of the efforts of ths United
State army to aettle a type of Held gun.
la the chapter in "Note of Military Inter
est for 1901," today i Issued by Lieutenant
Colonel W. A. Simpson, on field artillery.
It is pointed ou that there are only two
general types ot field guns, guns on rigid
carriages and guns with recoil devices.
The greatest rapidity of fire is not ob
tained with the former, but they possess
marked advantages In simplicity, strength
and lightness of material, and their faults
ar In th failure of the carriage to main
tain the exact first firing position and the
uncertain action of ths spade in hard
With the recoil carriage guns, where
mechanism returns the gun to the original
firing position, grea rapidity of fire ia ob
talned, but the weapon has Us dlsadvant
agea in the complexity ot mechanism, In
creased weight and liability to fatal injury
As yet France and Germany are the only
countries whose artillery la actually armed
with rapid-firing field guns. France' uses
a gun with recoil on ths carriage. Germany
uses the rigid carriage type, while other
countries are divided In their choice.
The . importance of field howitzers and
mortars for high angle firing la, generally
Io a chapter upon machine guns, aWen
Hon la called to the fact that the practical
gua ot thla class dates from the primitive
Getllag.uaed la th war f secession, ad
the refty mitrailleuse, secretly manufac
tured In Franc prior to 1870. The one-
pounder Maxim, bow known a the pom
pom, I th flrst machine gun of caliber ever
used in th field. The rapid-fire gun. It 1
explained, I loaded by hand, while th ma
chine gua I loaded and fired by machinery,
Other Important subject taken up are
explosive, a high tributs being paid to the
smokeless powder; ammunition supply, tb
use ot carrier pigeons " and mechanical
HOLD LIVELY COURSING MEET
Katloael Fatarlty Ran Provide
Coed Sport at Friend, H e
FRIEND. Neb., Oct. lB.-Fast time by the
hounds and a lively aet of Jack marked
the National Futurity Coursing meet today.
Only the finals remain in the puppy stake
and they will be run off tomorrow and the
all-age stake taken up.
Today s concluding results were: none
Wells beat California Jack, Ladv Allen
beat Kins- of Diamonds. Kansas Zephyr
beat Wyvis after the two had ran an unde
cided heat, Clerk ran a bye, ium uiri neat
the Ohlbelln, Northern Express beat Little
Eva and Sir Magic beat Quite Right.
With the Bowlers.
The Omahaa tok two out of three games
on Lents dt Williams' alleys last night.
164 4 1W
..776 804 9J0- 2.4K9
Firemen Defeat Police.
At Vinton Street nark yesterday the fire
men's nine took the policemen down the
line by a decisive score ot is to . me
coppers neat tneir oaring opponents out
in the error column, however, oiling up
eleven to the fire fighters' five. The police
men made nine nita ana tne nremen tour,.
For Chief Donahue's men Crow and Mc
Donald composed the battery and for Chief
Salter's victors Small and Gardner.
OMAHA PIONEER PASSES AWAY
George Sylvester, Resident of City fa
Forty' Years, Dies ot
Old Ave. '
George Sylvester, aged 88 years, died ye
terdsy morning at his home, 833S Ames av
enue. A general collapse of the system due
to old age was th cause of death. The
funeral will take place Friday afternoon
from the residence; interment in Prospft
Hill. Deceased came to Omaha In 1861 from
London, England, and ha resided her con
tlnuously slnoe that lime. He Was promi
nently connected with the meat Industry ct
the city in the early days and for a number
of yeara conducted a market at 1241 Farna.u
street. He leaves one', daughter, Mrs.
Sprague of Lgroonl, la., and four sonat
Georgs 8lvvester, Jr., who tlves In Chl
csgo, and Isaac, John and D. Sylvester cf
Publish your legal notices la The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238. .
' Middle Win Foot Ball Game.
ANNAPOLIS, Oct. IS. The midshipmen
foot ball team lined up against St. John's
college at Annapolla today and in two
short halves of fifteen minutes defeated
them by a ecore of 10 to 0.
Today is regtstrstlon day and the registrars will alt In the varloua district from
8 a. m. to 9 p. m. The lsw makes It necessary for every voter to register every
year in order to exercise his franchise. The tact that you registered last year will
not entitle you to vote at the next election; you must register again. Ths voter is
not entitled to participate in the primary election of hia party unless hs give hi
party affiliation at th time he registers. Th boards of registry will sit at th fol
8 oaa, Klnnar....
Coln. O. War.
Stillmaa '....R. E. L. E Fauaraoa
MafeaK. Rockwall. .. .14. B. J. B Barrau
Pr.aton, Hlrala. Wll-
' aoliat Soper....L. H. B.IR. M. B Wood war 4
War. Vaoa.rpool R. H. B. L. H. B Dana H apt )
rarmar. MoClinioos..r. B. ir. B strait
KFW TflRIf fW IS fnlnmhla nlavedl Toucnaowno: farmer, ware., aounraci,
sulnllVoo -piller: HuhdowVn'i!e,a!.r3d fTi'm, halve"
when I la eleven oundly trouneed Swarth- I L?iuh,.owr,'.,W.? i, Jllme ot nvee.
aV aa,at,aa,gai BaiSVaS 4W)tl IHIUUVIB,
Thraahes Swarthmaa a Eaally
Hopes the Best Aeratnet Prince
ton and Pennsylvania.
more by 24 to 0.
Columbia went nto the field expecting
a hard game, but did better than either
Princeton or Pennsylvania against (he
am team. The Cniverslty of Pennsyi-
The Supremacy of
rests on obvious qualities.
Individual design, consum
mate workmanship, ster
ling material and moderate
cost gain for it the esteem
of people of good taste and
Haverford Goes Down After Plaeky
. Canto Before Sensational Ran
and Line. PIobbIb.
PRINCETON. N. J.. Oct. 15. Princeton
rolled uo 3u Dolnts against tne Haverford
eleven nere today in a game tnat waa rea
tured by an elgnty-nve-yard run ror a
touchdown by Quarterback liurke and the
heavy line plunging of Foulke, Hart and
The Haverford men played a plucky
Tiro of nslvea: Twenty ana nrteen min
Games far t relghtan.
The Crelshton foot ball team haa gone to
Bellevu to compete with th team from
Bellevue college. Both team play fast, up-to-date
foot ball and a good game is as
sured. The Doana college team will com
pete with the local kickers on the Crelghton
r.eld next Saturday, uctooer 1 uoans is
the hsrdest tram Crelghton will meet until
the advent of the redskins from Haskell
institute on November 1. On the outcome
of these two games depends Crelghton s
record for tne eariy season.
Will Jnalcv leal Feel Isssstr.
Elsctrlo Bitter ar a marvelous tonlo.
and work wondera for a weak, rua-dowa
system. Try them. Only SOo. For sale by
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