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TflE OMAITA DAILY HEE: SATURDAY, OCTOUEH 3. 1003.
OFFICIAL REGRET FOR DEATH
AmtMsador Choate OonTtja to British Con
dolence of President nJ BeoreUrj.
HIGH TRIBUTE TO THE LATE DIPLOMAT
mr That II Did Sfaea to lrom
Faaro aa Frleadshla Btlnfti
Great Brltala the
WASHINGTON. Oct. 1 The Btate de
partment today retired the following ca
blegram from London:
Secretary of Btate, Washington: Receipt
of your cable. Yesterday addressed a note
to lvird Iansdowne aa follow:
"AMERICAN EMBASSY, LONDON. Oct.
1. IKf. Dear I.anediwne: Since my note of
yesterday I hare beard from the president
eed secretary of state, who desire me to
eipress to you their great personal grief
for the loss of Blr Michael lerert. For
many yeara they hnd both enjoyed hie close
and Intimate friendship and fully appreci
ated and admired hi great abilities, his
exalted character and his charming per
one I qualities which made blm very dear
to them, so that the wholly unexpected
tidings of hla death came aa a great shock
Their official relations with him as am
bassador more than realised the high ex
pectations with which they bsd welcomed
him In that capacity. They knew that his
brief official career has been marked by
great service to both countries In promoting
amicable relations between them, and I nm
to assure you of their great disappoint
ment and that of the people of the l nlted
Btate at Its sad and sudden termination.
"Believe ma most truly yous. -
"JOBKl'H M. I'MUHK.
. Laaadowaa Makes Reply.
Today received following reply:
"FOREIGN OFFICE. Oct. 1, 1903 Dear
Mr. Choate: I am greatly obliged for your
second letter s to Blr Michael Herbert's
lamented death. The sympathy of the
president and of the secretary of state are
at the present moment precious, not only
In the eyes of Herbert's many admirers,
but of all who desire that those amiable
relations which he did so much to promote
should exist between our countries. I will
aek you to be so good aa to convey to the
president and Mr. Hay on behalf of his
majesty's government our cordial thanks
for their appreciation of Herbert's char
acter and public service and of the loss
which his countrv has sustained.
"Believe me to be. Dear Mr. Choate, youre
THH HAQUB, Oct 2. Minister Bowen, of
counsel for Vencsuela and the United States
before The Hague arbitration tribunal, on
hearing of the death of Ambnfsador Her
bert, who was so Intimately associated with
him In the negotiations leading to the pres
ent arbitration, said:
Sir Michael Herbert was a diplomat of
great ability and a gentleman of remark
ably noble character. He worked to pro
mote peace and friendship between Great
Britain and the United Bttes and enjoyed
the affection and admiration of all who
cupper, Joseph A Murphy cf Ft. tul:
starter. Mars Cas'ldy of Washington, l. C.:
clerk of the scales, Walter O. Parker of
Nashville; entry clerk, P. H. Pomeroy of
Chicago. The Miance ol the officials will
be announced later.
EDITOR GONZALES NOT ARMED
Wltaeesee Oay S WeaseM Were
Foaad la His Pesaesaloa
After Bring Shot.
LEXINGTON, 8. C Oct. 1 The reading
of editorials from the Btate was concluded
ai.crtly after the Tillman trial was re
F. C. Withers, an employs of the Bute,
testified that he assisted N. d. Oonsales
Into the office of the Btate fro mthe street
after the shooting. He had asked If he
saw any weapon In the garments of Mr.
Gonzales at that time, and replied that he
J. W. Wallace testified that he was In
the office of the State with N. O. Oonxales
after the shooting and that Gonxales told
him he was fatally wounded.
W. G. Wood, editorial writer of the
Btate, said he saw no weapons In the gar
ments taken off Mr. Gonzales In the Btate
office and that he never saw a pistol In
the editorial rooms of the Btate.
M. C. Wallace, an employe of the Btate,
said he removed the overcoat from Editor
Gonxales when he was carried Into the
State office after the shooting and that ha
saw noweapons In the pockets of the coat.
C. 3. Terrell, editor of a newspaper In
norence county, was asked by Solicitor
Thurmond If he ever heard Tillman making
any threats. He replied that he was walk
ing along the streets of Edgefield with
Colonel Tillman In the early summer of
1902, he thought It was, and he (Tillman)
said: "He wes going to run for governor.
and If Gonzales attacked him he was going
down there and kill him, and I think he
said like a dog."
On cross-examination, the witness wni
asked rf It was not a fact that he had
made the statements he made today when
application was made for bail for the de
fendant. He said he had not. The wit
ness was questioned by counsel for the de
fense as to hla personal feelings against the
defendant, and as to an editorial he had
written concerning the shooting. He said
he had never written a line In his paper
denouncing the defendant as an individual.
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Least 1.1st of Raral Carriers for Xe-
iiaika aad Iowa Roates
; (From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 (Special Tele
wram.) These rural carriers were appointed
today: Nebraska Friend, regular, John
Burnell; substitute, Mrs. Laura Burnell.
. Firth, regulars, Shellle A. Jewell, Joseph A.
Bureham; substitutes, John Trusscll. Al
bert Morris. North Bend, regular, David
Ritchie; substitute, Fred Tldey. Iowa
Bellevue, regular, John V. McKlllip, Nick
Ola J. Schlentx; substitutes, Joseph E,
MoKilllp, George Weber. Casey, regular,
George O verm ye r, jr.; substitute. John
Iarr. Castana, regular, Leon E. Hoadley;
substitute, Ella A. Hoadley. Cordova, reg
ular, Samuel Coe; substitute, Roy Cos.
Cummin ga, regular, Charles O. Jenks; sub
stitute, Charles F. Jenks. Delmer, regular,
Will R, Mullen; substitute. Boy R. Davis.
Dyerevtlle, regular, Frank J. Heylng; sub
stitute, John H. Kenler. Grinnell, regular,
George W. Pearce; substitute, Conaway B.
Geo. Elgin, regular, Nlckolas II. Bakeman;
substitute, Frank Bakeman. Humboldt,
regular, James V. Lyle; substitute, Robert
W. Lyle. Leon, regular, Ed V. Beck; tub
stltute, Claud W. Beck. Masrteni, regulars.
William R. Krause, Henry Llmbaugh; sub
stitutes, Dave Krause, Houghton Hill. Mil
ford, regulars, Fred I. Hamm, John E.
Ranney, Carlos F. Beers; substitutes, Lines
81 La, Am oa D. Ranney, Will A. May. Mln
btra. v-e-ular, Eugene E. Clement; substi
tute, Lvea Clark. Unlonville, regular, Wll
lie Whistler; substitute. Albert Whistler.
The First National bank of Remsen, la.,
has been authorized to begin business, with
capital of 130. COO,
SAYS THAT FRAUD EXISTS
Receiver ef a Bostoa Cas Company Is
Fighting to Set Aside '
B08TON. Cct. 1 After numerous delays
the suit of Receiver Pepper of the Bay
State Gas company of Delaware against
the various gas companies of this city
came up before Judge Braley In the su
preme Judicial court today.
The petitioner seeks to have the sale of
the Boston gas companies under the merger
and reorganization proposition to Kidder,
Feabody A Co. set asldo and to prevent
the transfer of the stock of these com
panies to the Boston Consolidated Gas
company. The defendants Include, besides
the Boston gas companies. Trustees Rog
ers and Whlterldge, the Mercantile Trust
company, Kidder, Pea body A Co., the
trustees of the Massachusetts Gas company
and Receiver Hallock of the Bay State
Gas company of New Jersey.
Counsel representing Kidder oc Co. opened
the esse with an extended review of the
details of the sale of the Boston companies
to the banking firm.
Attorney Sherman L. Whipple, represent
ing Receiver Pepper of the Bay State Gas
company of Delaware, In reply stated that
the aale of the several Boston gas com
panies to Kidder, .. Pea body & Co. was
brought about by fraud and a conspiracy
existed In which were Henry H. Rogers,
The Mercantile Trust company and Kidder,
Pea body & Co. He stated a receiver was
appointed for the Bay State Gas company
of New Jersey at the Instance of Kidder,
Peabody A Co.
TWO WAIVE EXAMINATION
McGleaaa aad Haatlasrtoa Ready to
Go to Trial oa Charge of
MONOCACY SOLD TO JAPANESE
Teasel Which Mas Beea la Chlmese
Waters for Tears te Be
WASHINGTON. Oct t-The Navy de
partment today received a cablegram from
Rear Admiral Evans, commanding the
Asia. tie station, saying that he bad accepted
the bid of Hashimoto, a Japanese merchant,
for the purchase of Monacacy. Tbs
purchase price was flLCS. Monocacy la
now at Talru, China. It went to China soon
after the close of the civil war and was
present at the battle of Taku in command
of Commander T. M. Wise. Under Instruc
tions from Rear Admiral Kempf, who was
In command of the American ships at Taku,
Monocacy, with other old vessels, did not
participate In this fight.
Monocacy has had a somewhat checkered
career. It Is a schooner-rigged, side-wheel
steamer and was built In Boston In 183. It
outlived Its - usefulness many years ago.
After Arriving on the Chinese coast and for
Several years past it has been lying quietly
te a mud dock la the Pel Ho. Admiral
Xhrane waa willing to sell without regard to
the appraisement, which waa only 88,000.
Bet gar tags Itariaa- Officials.
ST. LOns, Oct. 1 At a meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Hot Borings
Jockey cinb the following racing oflcl)s
elected: Presiding Judge and handl-
tlyomel the Latest Scientific Discovery
for tt Cur ol Catarrh.
The discovery cf Hyotnel has wrought
a Wonderful change In the treatment cf
Prior to three years ago the medicines
ordinarily employed In the cure of this
disease were nauseating drugs and worth
less tonics. In some Instances they bene
fitted, but the Improvement waa not last
ing. With Hyotnel you take Into the air pas
sages of the throat and head a balaamle
air that goes to the minutest cells, ef
fectually killing all germs and microbes
of catarrh. It eaters the blood with the
oxygen, killing the germs In the blood,
and restores health to the whole system.
Many astonishing testimonials have been
received from those who have been cured
complete outfit costs but 11.00 and
Includes an Inhaler, dropper and sufficient
Hycenat for several week's treatment.
Purhapo the strongest evidence that can
fee given to doubters, Is the fact that
f Bhermaa McConnell have so much faith
In Hyotnel that they sell every package
under a positive guarantee to refund the
money If It does not cure.
Now is the time to begia the use ef
NEW YORK. Oct. t-Isaac S. McGlehan
and George If. Huntington of the Columbia
Surply company, who today appeared be
fore United States Commissioner Hitchcock
to answer to indictments charging them
with having conspired with August W.
Machen to defraud the government through
the sale of the large Iron mailing boxes
used by the Postoffice department, made
formal announcement through their coun
sel that they would make no demand for an
examination in this district, but would go
to Washington -without further ceremony.
Judge Holt of the district court then signed
the order authorizing their removal to
Washington, and they were released on
35,000 ball each to appear before the crim
inal branch of ths district court In Wash
ington whenever their case Is called.
The proceedings brought by counsel for
George W. Beavers to punish Postoffice In
spector Lelth and District Attorney Toungs
of Brooklyn for contempt for not answering
the subpoenas of Commissioner Hitchcock
came up today before Judge La combe's
United States circuit court. Judge Lacombe
questioned the power of the commissioner
to Issue the subpoenas and asked Beaver's
counsel to submit a brief on this question
before going further into the contempt pro
pinsBURC is suur on
Boiton Atsr!cani Even Up Initial Do feat
in Ummpionibip Ceriii.
d;nen docs some excellent work
Of Tweaty-Sevea Mea at Bat for Aa
tleaat I lab, bat Five Were
Permitted te Reach
B08TON. Oct. 2. The Boston Americans
vened up their Initial defeat by shutting
out Pittsburg 3 to In the second of the
series for the world's championship.
Dlneen pitched one of the best games of
his career and Pittsburg could not hit his
terrific speed and sharp curves, Hs gave
the outfielders only two chances snd ths lu
ll elders a few that were difficult. The Na
tional team got hut three hits and only Ave
men reached first bsse out of the twenty
seven who faced Dlneen.
Leever started In to pitch for Pittsburg.
He was hit freely and Vail replaced him
after the first Inning. Barring wlldnesa
Vail pitched cleverly, although superb sup
port extricated him from several awkward
The batting of Dougherty waa the feature
of Boston's attack. Hs drove out a long hit
In the first Inning, which he converted Into
a home run by fast sprinting. In the sixth
Inning he tied the record of Hickman, now
of Cleveland, by driving the ball over the
leftfleld fence, an extremely long distance
on the Boston grounds. The Bostons' sec
ond run was scored on a double by Stahl
and a single by Freeman In the first inning.
Pittsburg's best opportunity for scoring
occurred In the fourth Inning, when a pass,
a single and a virtual sacrifice put men on
second and third with but one out. Wag
ner drove a terrific liner to Ferris, who
held It and completed an unassisted double
A fast double play, with Rltchey, Wagner
and Bransfield participating, deprived Bos
ton In turn of runs in the fifth Inning, when
they had three men on bases and only one
out. In the eighth Inning Boston had men
on first and third, with one out, and again
a double piny prevented scoring and closed
the Inning. Warner stopping a fast
grounder from Collins. In no other Inning
did Boston get men past second.
Although the weather was threatening a
crowd of 9.415 persons saw the game. Score:
BOBTO!. I PITTgBfRO.
R.H.O.A.B.I R H O A E.
PnnsliertT. Ill I I I Beaumont, cf 0 I 0 o
Calllns. Is... S 1 1 1 (Clara, If.... 1 I
'hi. rf T 1 1 S OLeirh. lb.... 0 0
Freeman, rf.. 0 t a tMVasner, as. . . 6 t
Parrnt, aa 0 1 I I ORransleld. lb
Irhanee. lb a 1 ( tlltrhrr, lb.. 0 1 I
rama. ib.... oust os-brlng. rf... Oil
'Tiifr. c v v ii o o smith, e 0 0 1
DIdmo, I 0 I ILmw, p..... 0 0 1
Van. p too
iouis ... o xi o e-pn.ips
Batted for Vail In th ninth.
Boston t 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 I
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Earned runs: Boston. X. Two-hua bit-
Btahl. Home runs: Dougherty, 2. Stolen
bases: Collins, 2. Double ulavi: Ferris
(unaaelsted). Rltchey to Wagner to Brans-
neia, Wagner to Rltchey to Bransfield.
First base on balls: Off Dlneen, 2: off Vail.
t; off Iveever, L Hit by pitched bsll: By
Vail, Dougherty. Struck out: By Dlneen,
11: by Vail. 1. Time: 1:47. Umpires:
w abjt ana v.onnouy.
Claelaaatl Defeats at. Loafs,
CINCINNATI. Oct. 1 The Nallnnala e.f
Cincinnati easily took the last game from
the Americans of St. Louis today. Harper
was In fine form and let down his old
team mates with five hits. Momn was
not hit hard, but most of them came at
tne ngnt time. Attendance, V6X Score:
R H v.
Cincinnati 01010210 7 8 1
St. Louis 00090000 0-4 S 2
Batteries: Cincinnati. Harriet and Pelts
St. Louis. Morcan and Burden. I'mnlre
Chicago Natloaals Wis.
CHICAGO. Oct. 2. The Nationals won ths
second game today by hard hitting In the
first and third innings. Wetmer held the
Americans a own to tnree scattered hits.
out gave mem tneir only run on a girt.
wnn mo cases mil. Attendance, z.juu
National 10100900 06 10 1
American 0000001 0 01 S
Batteries: National Welmer and Kiln at :
American, White and Sullivan. Time: 1:37.
umpires: Sheridan and Johnstone.
Cleveland Defeats St. Loals.
CLEVELAND. Oct. 2.-The Cleveland
American league won from the St. Louis
Isatlona: league team axaln today. At-
lenaanee, aw. ocore:
Cleveland 00101000 1-
St Louis 00010000 01 7 1
Batteries: Cleveland. Rhnades and Ab
bott; St. Louis, Hackett and Coveny.
Philadelphia Xatleaals Wis.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 2.-The Phlladel
phla Nationals beat the Philadelphli
Americana today. Score: -
American 00000000 1-1 i 1
Batteries: Nationals. Sparks and Dooln:
American, flank, finajice ana Powers,
Jersey City Loses to Broaklya.
NEW YORK. Oct 2. In an exhibition
game between he Brooklyn National league
iram kiiu me cuawiT-ui intiut vintmpiuns
played at Jersey City today the National
I layers outp'ayed and outbatted the vis
tors, winning by the score of to 2. Gar
vin pitched for Brooklyn and McCann tor
CREIGHTON AGAINST REDS
College Elevea Meets Geaea ladlaas
for Tag; ef War aa the
LIPTON TO VISIT THE FAIR
ay He Hopes te Be aa Early Gaest
at it. Loals Meat
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 1 Sir Thomas Upton.
In a telegram from Chicago to President
Francis, received this afternoon, declares
that he would not visit St. Louis previous
to the opening of the world's fair. The tel
D. R. Francis. Bt Louis: Expect to leave
tomorrow for New York. Am not yet fully
recovered, otherwise would have gone to
St. Louis. 1 hope, however, la be one of
your first vl.itors next year. Kind re
gards. OreaUy appreciate all your klnd-
KANSAS DROUTH IS, BROKEN
Cleadbarst at Pratt OverCews the
Eallre Ceaatry la That
PRATT, Kan.. Oct. 1. A cloudburst early
Thursday did Inestimable damage to prop
erty and sent the Nlnescape, an ordinary
stream, over a mile In width In a brief
At least three Inches of rain fell within
the hour and the Santa Fe railroad tracks
are a foot under water. Lumber for the
Eggleston elevator, piled on the ground.
was washed away and ths city water pumps
are under sis feet of water. No lives are
reported lose Aa eight weeks' drouth waa
Law Caafereace Adjearaa.
ANTWERP. Belgium, Oct. 1 The Inter
national Law conference terminated today
after a desultory discussion of anarchism.
Ths subject was Introduced by a London
delegate, who discussed ths proposal of
Leroy Parker of Buffalo, N. T., for aa In
ternational agreement oa the subject of
anarchism. The matter was referred to
Ut cast cvi!t tor a fuller debet a
0 0 0 0 0
o t : n i
on wrs played todiv between Grand Island
and the Kearney His-h schools, resulting In
a victory for the Kearney beys by the score
of 11 to i.
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Mr. Rose Threw Ills Rider, bat Led
the Steeplechase at
CHICAGO. Oct. 2-Mr. Rose finished
first In the steeplechase at Harlem today,
but came in riderless and the purse went
to John E. Owens. The latter was beslen
a length In a hard drive by the riderless
Mr. Hose. Results:
First race, sia furlnnn- Mansnrd won
Lucy Crawford second. Mary Flight third.
Second race. steenleche. short course!
John B. Owens won, Alene Abbott second,
raieiia inira. lime: i.sv
Third race, one mile: Biuvve won. Tarn
O'Phanter second. Taiua third. Time:
fourth race, six furlonrs: Glisten won.
Dorlce second, Sol Smith third. Time:
fifth race, five furlorts-s: Clifton Forire
won. Tokalon second, Toledo third. Time;
Sixth race, one mile and loo yards: Glen-
rice won. Alfred C second. Captain Hamm
third. Time: 1:47.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2 Four favorites, a
second choice and an outsider divided the
csrd at Morris park today. Jockey Mllrs.
who was suspended at the spring meeting
of the Washington Jockey club for his ride
on Carroll D, wns todav reinstated snd
will probably ride for Phil Dwyer. Re
First race, selltns:. hurdle race, one mile
and one-half, over six hurdles: Charswind
won. Draughtsmsn second. The Rival
third. Time: l.io.
Second race, handienn. the Ecllnte
course; Monastic won. Precious Stone sec
ond. Champlain third. Time: 1:M.
i nirn race, me Aiannattan handicap.
Eclipse course: Castallan won. Lux Casta
second. King Pepper third. Time: l:f.
rourtn race, tne Dixiann, withers mile:
Bsd News won. Reliable second, Orey
Friar third. Time: 1:40.
Fifth race last seven furlonrs of the
Withers mile: Aurlcsvllle won. Mary
Btreet second. Blserta third. Time: l:7'i
Sixth race. The Withers mile: Wild Pl
rste won. Hoodwink second. Namtor third.
ST. IXM1S. Oct. 1 Alladln won the
feature of get-away day at Delmar today.
First race, six furlonrs: Denrll won.
Prince Hoadley second, Swift Candle third.
Second race, one mile and one-e'rhth:
The Bobby won. Kunja second, Ileglra
third. Time: 1:55V
Third race, five and nne-ha'f furlonEs:
Badle Burch won Lady Freeknlght second,
wenaon third. Time:
Fourth race, one mile and seventy ynrd:
Aladdin won. Rengaw second. Ada N
third. Time: 1:SV.
Fifth race, seven furlonrs: Jlrarer won.
MscBeth second, Helen Print third. Tlie:
Bixth race, six furlonrs: Fir Pliver won.
Ms Manners secend. Weird third. Time:
The foot ball game between the' Genoa
Indiana and Creighton college todxy
promises to be hotly contested. The Genoa
braves will meet ths Creighton squad on
Creighton field at t:30, though a false re
port was circulated that the game had
been canceled. The Indians havs a re put a
tion this yesr on the weight of their
team, also for the skill and strength dis
played when on tbs defensive. But Creigh
ton still has several of last year's b3st
men In the line and Callahan as captain
and quarterback will be a feature of the
game. ' Lamphler, one of St Mary'. Kan.,
strongest men, will play right tackle, and
Mustain and Welsh will put up strong
work against the redrklns. Tbs lineup
Rooney left end
Creighton left tackle....
O Nell left guard...
... quarterback .
... left halfback..
..light halfback Thompson
Jockey Buehaaaa Barred.
CHICAGO. Oct. t Jockey Buchansn was
ruled off the turf today. A sentence passed
by Judge Hamilton of Harlem virtually
amounts to banishment. The rider was in
definitely suspended and orders were given
that he should be barred from the race
track. In view of the fact that Buchanan
was only recently forgiven for a previous
offense under promise of good behavior,
the new ruling probably means his definite
retirement from the turf.
PRINCE ALERT SCORES FAILURE
Pacer Does Xot Loner Hla Record
at Trial at Oakley
CINCINNATI. Oct. 2 -Prince Alert paced
mile at Oakley park this afternoon with
out the wind thleid and over a track that
was rendered a full two seconds slow lie
cause of the rains of last night in i.C'l'V
The gelding was accompanied by but one
runner. Mart Demarest drove him.
The feature of the Saturday card will be
Major Delmar'a attempt to beat two
minutes with thoroughbreds under saddle
1 ortay a results:
Pacing, 2:17 class, purse 11.000, two heats
Daniel J., b. g. (Fleming? 2 11
Directum Miller, br. h. (Brady) 18 2
Ethel Mack, ch. m. (McCarthy).... 7 2 8
Irish Elder, g. g. (Hcdrlck) 2b
C. O. D.. ch. g. (Noble) 4 4 4
Dutch Mowrey, b. g. (Pennock) 0 7 6
Black Pet, blk. m. tGott). ds
Money Musk. br. h. (McPhearson).. ( 8 ds
Charlie C, blk. g. (Rea) fids
Time: 2:10H, 2:10, 2:11.
Pacing, 2:02 class, purse f 1,200, two heats
Harold H.. b. g. (Geers) 2 11
Daniel, b. m. McDonald) 12 8
Dan R.. ch. g. iJolly) 3 4 2
Captain Sphinx, b. g. (Hopkins) 4 4
i Ime: s:n, Z:. I tax
Prince Alert, driven by Mart Demarest,
failed to pace better than two minutes.
Time by quarters. 0:3".. 1:0. 1:3m. 2M.
Pacing. 3:10 class, purse S!,1AJ0, three heats
In five, unfinished:
Joeillsco. g. g. (McConnell) 13 8 2
Baron Rogers, br. g. (Brvln) 8 1 1
Joe Pointer, b. h. (McCieary) 2 2 2 3
Cubanola. blk. h. (Oeen 8 8 4
Byrl Wilkes, br. g. (Stockton) 6 10 3 10
Robert I., ch. h. (J. McGulre) 7 8 11 7
Milton f.. b. h. (Powell) 4 4 8 8
Mlxa Wllmont. b. m. (Miller) 10 4
Trilby Direct, b. m. (Walker) 8 5 8 8
Colonel Loomls, b. h. Vllken)....ll 7 7 9
New Richmond, g. h. (Macev) 11 10 dr
Time: 2:09. 2:10. 2:10H. 2:10.
Trotting, 2:16 clas. purse 31,000, two heats
In three, unfinished:
Gray Gem. ro. f. tW. B. McDonald) 1
Oracle Miller, br. m. (Cox 2
Panthla, b. m. (Shank) 3
Millard Banders, b. g. (Merryfleld) 4
Austin Boy, b. g. mlth t
Pen Potts, b. g. (Valentine) 8
Pat Ford. ch. h. (Kenvon) 7
Direct View. b. h. (Walker)
Almerlon. b. g. (Land)
Oneonla, b. g. (Keys) ds
Countess Alice, b. m. (Rea ds
WESTERN WOMEN MAY WIN
Kiss Bessie Aathoay Has Chaace te
Become Katloaal Golf
WHEATON, 111., Oct. 2. Two western
women golfers. Mrs. J. Anna Carpenter of
Westward Ho and Miss Bessie Anthony of
Glonview, who holds the western champion
ship, will tomorrow decide wno is entitiea
to the title of women's national champion.
Both won over their opponents In the semi
finals todays . ...
Miss Osgood, In her match with Miss
Anthony, put up one of the pluckiest uphill
fames ever seen In a golf tournament, Jind
or a time It looked as If she would win a
game that apparently had been hopelessly
lost by her poor putting on the outward
Journey. , , .
The finals tomorrow will be at eighteen
holes. Miss Anthony and Mlas Carpenter
have met in several tournaments, with the
honors generally in favor of Miss Anthony,
and her chances of adding the title of na
tional champion to that of western cham
pion are considered bright. This will be
the first time the national championship
has ever been won by a western golfer.
The semi-fiiifLU brouaht out the largest
gallery of the week, notwithstanding the
threatening weatner. a com hoi m win
was blowing when Miss Carpenter and MIhs
Harley, the flrut pnlr to start, teed off
shortly after 11 o'clock for thelrelghteen
hole struggle. A gallery of several hundred
followed the Osgood-Anthony and the Car-penter-Harley
matches, the scores of which
Mrs. J. Anna carpenter against mis
Carpenter-Out. I I T I I I I 4-61
In 1 -rrv
Hrley-Out .... 7 4 6 7 6 3 8 I 4-61
in i - -
' Miss Fannla Osgood against Mlas Bessie
Osgood Out .... 74887788 4 SO
In 3 4 8 8 8 8 8 4 84596
Anthony Out ..44888884 4
In 34888388 6 19-84
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
MzcnfacUriuj; Flints Art Moro Tally En
gkgei lb n Lut Week.
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING TRADE GOOD
ladleatleas Are That Textile Mills
Whlra Are ow Riaalsg Com
paratively Mght Will Have
te Parches t'ettoa 8oo.
NEW TORK, Oct. 2.-R. G. Dun Co.'s
Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
Aside from the reduction In blast fur-mu-e
activity manufacturing plants are
more fully engaued. and several encourag
ing reports' are received, particularly as
Wholesale and Jobbing trade Is well main
tained, many cities reporting a larger vol
ume than last year, and business at Chi
cago Is stimulated by the multitude at
tending the centennial, ljitcst return of
foiclgn commerce at this port are favor
able, exports Increasing, while imports de
creased us compared with the same week
Kailwav earnings thus far available for
September exceed thoae of 1)2 by M r
cent and surpass earnings In Ifi by 19.3
It Is practically certain that a reduction
of the pig Iron output will be made, aver
aging about per cent, and this concerted
action to prevent accumulation of stocks
haa a'ready had a sentimental effect on
the market. Inquiries Increasing In number
and extent of tonnage. Urgent requests
for Immediate shipments of new orders
testify to the pressing needs of consumers
who have allowed supplies to fall very
low In anticipation of better terms. Re
vival of activity at Clalrton and elsewhere
Is encouraging evidence of the fact that
steel Is still required, and In several de
partments of the Industry new bnine-
has appeared. The week has brought few
changes in quotations. Car shortage has
begun to cause trouble, but the diminished
need of blast furnaces relieve the situa
tion nt Connellsvllle, where the coke out
put has been muterla'ly curtailed.
The dry goods market presents no new
features. Production Increases as the mills
are able to secure cotton, and there Is sn
Impression that stocks will soon be so low
thnt purchases will be compulsory.
Woolens are steady, but quiet, and
worsteds are dull, with more Idle machin
ery. Carpets are strong and In short sup
ply. Buying of wool is limited to Imme
No diminution is reported In the activity
of shoe factories, esieclally as to heavy
fcotwear, which Is delivered about a month
late. Leather is falr'y steady, except that
belting butts are fully 6 cents below the
extreme rrlce secured a few months ag.
Record-breaking receipts of cattle natur
ally depress hides, although foreign dry
hliies are steady.
Failures this week In the t'nlted Plates
number 226. against 2X2 last week. 219 the
preceding week and 2u7 the corresponding
week last vear. and In Canada 10. against
II last week, 19 the preceding . week and
23 last year.
BrMXKSS AT THE CLEABIXQ HOISES.
Transactions vi the Associated Banks
Darlag the Past Week.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2. The following ta
ble, compiled by Bradstieet, shows the
bink clenrlngs at tne principal cities fur
the week ended October 1, with the per
centage of increaxe and decrease an cum
parcd with the corresponding wees? lust
widespread, except from the lower Mis
r'aultig ptl -a for crttcn. thoi;Rh a hope
ful sltcn f.r our exixirl tradn ami domc,ic
manufacturers, do not excite lively satis
faction among prodrbcis. Among the
great Industries Iron and steel kIiow tne
eflect of threatened over-production In
proposals for a 2U per cent reduction of
northern furnace output rumors of, like
action by southern producers and quiet
demand for litilshed products.
Lumber Is showing a seasonable quieting
down and some weakness In wblte pine is
noted at the west, though, aside from
lesding eastern centers, the building trades
are si. 11 active.
The ihix manufacturing trade has been
and Is doing a good business and eastern
shipments are still ahead of last year,
though the margin of gain tends to lessen.
A really favorable feature this week Is
the Improvement of collections west and
northwest, the reflection of the beginning
of th movement of delayed crops to
The market. Including flour, experts for
the week ending October 1 uggrevale
4.02.1 bishels. against 3.050.4SO bushels
last week. c..(t',o.r7R bushels this week lust
year, tf.l).: Imhels In li1 and 4. Oi.lt;
bushels In I!. For thirteen wek of the
cereal year the- nitgregste 40.ri;.'.2 busn
els. agnlnst ot.S79.7ri bushels In 1 ?. M.
sr.T't bushels In i:jl and 4S,1P335 bushels
Corn exports for the week sgaregate
1.123.S71 bushels, against 777.?49 bushels bst
week. 141,42! bushels it. veil r nco, 9i 7 9:'4
bushels In 11 and 2.;4.?49 bushels In 1m.
For thirteen weeks of the present cre.il
year they nggregnte li'.f.U"! bush-is
scalnst 1.173 i"pii bushels In 1 2. 12.1S2V3
bushels In lii and 4'i.ti97 Si7 bushels In n
Business failures In the I'nlted States
for the week ending with 0 tober 1 number
l.M. nrainst W lust week. I'll In the corre
sponding week of i:ai2, ITS In 1I. 177 In
ln) anil IK In TOT.
In Canada failures for the week number
en. as aciltist eirhtecn last wei k and
fourteen In this week a year ngo.
building and stock. The loss Is well cov
ered by Insurance. The tire started on th
roof, wlflch workmen were tarring, during
a high wind. Hard and piompt work of
the lire department alone saved McCook
from a disastrous fire. The rtocks of J.
A. Wilcox Son and Fade A Bon were
Bale ef Oakum Fired.
A small Are eveurrei In ths busement ol
the storeroom occupied by lo Bsnx-h with
s stock of p'umners' and g tslltlers' goods at
po5 Bouth Thirteenth. Frldav afternoon
shortly after 1 o'clock. The fire caught In
a Kile of oakum at the rear of the base
ment. Mrs. Iiaroch went down into ths
basement with a lighted candle In her hand
to fill a small order for oakum. Approach
ing the bale she hud Just begun to pull out
some of It when the looee 'oakum became
Ignited and a big blase leaped w hich threat
ened to envelope her and she had tj spring
swav to save herself. 8he had the presetiec
cf mind to turn wster on t':ie burning bale,
which held the blus.e In check until the ar
rival of the tiro department. The loss Is re
ported as nominal.
Clearings. Inc. j Dec
leaaa reek-Mary lead.
The Shamrock foot ball team of Bouth
Omaha will play the Maryland club of
Omaha at Twentieth and Missouri avenue
Sunday at 3 SO. The Bhemrorka would like
te hear from any team in me state, average
weight U6 or 14u pounds. Address M.
Ivrllle. manager, 1119 Pacific street,
Teas amy galllvaa (acts Peelalea.
KANSAS CITT. Oct. I Tommy Sullivan
waa given the decision over "Kid ' Herman
tonight after twenty rounds cM vat ftgbtlug.
ICearaey lie feat a Jraa7d Islaad
KEARNEY. Neb . Oct. 1 (Special Tele-
ms i iu nisassa sou I sajue ol the
I. -ok Angeles
Salt L,nke City
Portland, Ore ,
Wheeling. W. Vs..
Farm. N D
Jacksonville. a. .
P'oux F'Us ".. D...
IT t lea
Charlehton. B. C
Oath lie, Okl
t.1,1, tt a
Outside New York...,
. 4X5.34 17
2 S,'. "li
2.020 351 1
STARTS B00MF0R SETH LOW
President Hnrper Bays w York
Mayor May Become Chief Exec
afire of Nation.
CHICAGO. Oct. 2 President Harper of
the University of Chicago today started a
boom for the presidency of the United
States on beha'f of Mayor Seih Lew of !
New York. The New York chief executive
was to address the students of the uni
versity, and when President Harper In- J
l.niiAI . Ij.tn.r.iltVi.wl ,.alfrv AsnM- !
We once had with us In this hall a gov
ernor (McKlnley) who became president of
the 1 nlted States. Later we rmd with us
A poice commissioner (Roosevelt) who be
came president of the United States. To
day we have with us the mayor of s great
city, and may he not also become president
or the t nlted states;
The last words of the speaker were
drowned In the cheers of the students.
iMHMi 3 11 W IHII irl3jTTTi
1 Famous the World B
j Over Fully Matured.
L Order from H
II. Mnr A Compaar . M
Hardware Block at Met'ook.
M'COOK. Neb.. Oct. 2. (Special Tele
gram.) Fire and water this afternoon dam
aged W. T. Coleman's store and hardware
stock to the extent of about 83,000, the loss
being about equally divided between the
When Ail Others
go to ttao
In the treatment of all those diseases
jerullar to men und women. B;nod,
bkin and Nervous Troubles. We guar
antee to cure Varicocele and Hydro
oc!" permanently In Ave days.
All Chronic D'seaies. Stricture.
Gleet, Nervous Diseases, Loss of Man
hood cured for life.
Home ireatment. Send for Symp
tom Blanks. Call If possible today.
Cook Medical Co.
112 S. 14th St, (Over the Daily News.)
Hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. in.; Sundays,
10 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
will burn successfullyln the
genuine trade marked
Jewel Hot Blast
Stoves soft coal, sif tings, slack,
hard coal,coke,cobs, etc. Whr not
at a small cost I Jewel Stoves
lst just about as long as you
would expect to keep a stove.
Price oh, we will satisfy you.
Call and see Jewels. We recom
mend them. '
Conklin Hardware Company.
21)1 4 Leavenworth Btreet, Omaha.
Foot Ball at Vlatoa Park.
About 100 rooters will come up from the
ancient town of Bellevue this morning to
cheer their team In the game this afternoon
at Vinton 8tree. park with the Omaha Com
mercial collrge. Prof. Mosher had the stu
dent body of the Commercial college to-
? ether yesterday afternoon for a practice
n the college yell, so with these two com
binations at work for their respective teams
the patrons of the game will witness the
first exhibition of college enthusiasm In
Omaha In many moons. Both teams are
confident of victory and as both are well
coached a splendid exhibition of foot ball
will result. The game will be called at 1.30
p. m. and ths probable lineup will be:
Commercial. Foaltlon. Bellevue.
Mills Left end Bloan
Btencker Left tackle 8 hoot
(iillentlne Left guard Fisher
Samuels Center Leldlgh
Gregory Right guard Brown
Kills KiKht tackle Martagh
pope Bight end Cleveland
Johns-n Center Benson
Cornwell lft half Moore (C I
Daup (C.) Right half. Cooper
Ijingdon Fullback Hice
West. Menshik.. Substitute Pope
Huntington Bubstltute Nlrhol
I IndUy i .6ubUtute Henderson
find prompt, sure cure In Bucklen's Arnica
Balvs, also eczema, ealt rheum, burns,
bruises and plies, or no ply. Zac for sale
by Kuha tt Co.
1.1W.?2' . '
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IMS 23 t
KM.OiiOl I S.3
5i0fW I J.8
WW.W 48. i'
nrv! I 12.0
- 871 W I 12.3
.so trm IS 31
417311 I 14.
1 -.n o4! ss.o'
I 4-4 4'X)1 1 J..0
I H'4 (W! J.Jl
I 8vt.lWl 7.71
4V7 (X 1 1 "1 ftl
I fM.i'W" 16.2'
I roilfioni I 1B.1
I - 4.4'
I 3O0S97I I
I 234 7'! ? 31
II. 3-O.Ouo 17.3
Clearings.! Inc. j Dec.
Bt. John, K.
I Lend on ....
Totala. Canada.. ..'I 4S.071W7
1 2"9 .
816. U 17 1
Ha lance J paid In cash.
tXot included In totals because containing
other Items than clearings.
I Not Included in totals because or no com
parison for laat year.
COR CROP IS IMPHOVUG.
Best Reparts Received (rasa loath
NEW TORK, Oct. 1-Bradstreet's
Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
Mixed trade and crop conditions still
present themselves, although some Im
prowment in ton Is noted whar crop
estimates, as in the rase of corn, show
expansion. Lower prices for cereals point
the way to future Urge buslneas and In
duce a larger foreign Interest in our farm
Trade reports vsry with sections, the
best reports coming rrora the souinwest.
. K . . K ... t mw.A lU P.i-lrti. fii.,1 llr.U.
I ted trade reports come from sections of
I the middle west. From the soutn the re
1 ports 4. re in tns snan favorable as to trade
gd cuUecUous, but crvp deteriuraUoo is
MWM5gsa ssajwMat amsv a w j.""gaf3
J. B. REYNOLDS,
City Passenger Agent,
I0O2 Farnatn Street, OMAHA.
On October 6 the Burlington
offers round trip tickets to
many points in Indiana and
Ohio at fare and one-third;
good to return within thirty
I can sell yon tickets na Cflil- "H
cago, Peoria or St Loula
whickerer way yon want to go.
I may be able to offer money
saving suggestions better see
or write me.
Trains via ChiosLg and Paorta leave T:tt
a. tn., 440 a. m. aad 3:08 p. m.; via SIT
Louis, :S p. m. Tbsy carry avery-thlng
that makes traveling oamfortabla,
Low Rates West
October 6th and 20th, all Rock Island ticket
agents will Bell round-trip tickets to points in
Oklahoma, Indian Territroy, Arkansas, Kan
sas, Mexico, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico,
North Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington and
Wyoming at ONE fare plus $2.
Return limit 21 days, except to Mexico, where
it is' 30 days.
. Call or writs, and full Information will bo furnlshel.
City Ticket OKica
1323 Farnain Street, Omalia, He..
f. P. tutterford. D. P. A.
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