Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 06, 1905, Page 6, Image 6
ft THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRTDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1903. PHILADFJ PHIA. WINS ROTH Washington ii tint Out in Firit Game bj 6a parlor Stick Wsrk. BINDER PITCHES BOTH CONTESTS On More Victor Will Make the dukrri the Champion of the American League for ' SVA6HINCJTON, Oct. 6. Fhllntlplila won both' gsmcs of the doubl-hnrW with Washington today by superior stick work, the scores bring 8 to 0 and 9 to 7. One rhore' victory will make the Phtldiolphians champions of the American league for 1906. Score, flrjit game; PHILADELPHIA. WASHINGTON. 1 f AB.H O A.lt. AB.H.O A.E. Martial. If... I 1 I I Joti.n. ef 4 I I 0 1mt4. ri I 1 I 0r.Mi.1r. M...I lit Devil lb.... I 1 t 1 1 Hukman. It. I I 1 t U Crom, lb. ( I 1 AniWaon. rf . 4 1 1 0 Borbnls. rf... 4 I OP'. hi. lb 4 1 T 1 1 Murphy, lb. 4 1 J I Mil, lb 1 t I 0 M Oroas, ss. 4 111 OStanlrr. If... 4 1 I 0 rVAr- ... 4 I I I tHrjaea, e t S 1 9 Bnar, .... 110 1 tTowniwnd, p. 1 0 0 . i Hulsmaa ..100 . Tol.Ii I H 17 1 Tot.li II 7 rt I 1 Batted for Haydon.ln ninth. Philadelphia 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 ii Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Two-baee hits: Jones, Seybold, Davis, 1 Cross.- Thrre-be.se hit: Bender. Sacrifice 'hits: Cajwldy, Nil), Beybnld, M. Cross. Double play: Nlll to Hlrkman to Bin hi. Bases on balls: Off Townsend, 2; off Ben der, 1. Struck out: By Townsend, 3; by Bender. 7. Left on bases: Washington, 8; Philadelphia, a. Wild pitch: Townsend. Time: 1:60. Umpires: Hurst and Connor. Ott Anvi DUt. viauivnwiu AB.H.O.A.E. AB H.O.A B. HsrtsaJ. If... I It OJonn. ef i lit Lord, rf Ill C'..idy, as-. 41111 Darls. . lb . .. I 1 I tHUkmin, 2b. 4 1 1 I 1 li. Cross lb. i I I OAiH.rson. rf I 0 1 Hoybold. rf... 110 0 OSi.hl. lb.,.. 110 Murphy, lb.. 4 1 1 I 0 Nlll. lb 4 1 I 1 0 M. Cross, as. I 0 0 ORtsnl.r, If... 4 I I arhnrk. ... 1110 OH'ydra, 117 1 1'o.klfy, ... 001 0 Patten, p.... 1101 Bender, p..W I 11 Totals 31 11 24 11 1 Totsls 17 It 14 i t Philadelphia 0 0 t S 0 0 8 9 Washington 0 3 10 3 10 07 Called on account of darkness. Two-base hits: Stahl, Seybold, Bender, Lord. Three-base hits: Bender, liartsel, uavla. Stolen base: Haydon. Sacrifice lilts: Stahl, Patten, M. Cross. Schrvck. Double play: Heydon to Cossidy. Hits: Off Coakley, 4, In two innings; off Bender, 7 In six Innings. Base on balls: Oft Patten, "i off Coakley, 1; off Bender, 1. Struck out: Hy Patten, If; by Coakley, 1; by Bender, 7. 1-eft on bases: Washington. 7: Phlladolphla, 6. Pasd ball: Heydon. Wild pitch: Ben der. Time: 1:40. Umpires; Hurst aid Connors. Attendance: ,740. Boston Beats Kew York. BOSTON. Oct. 8. New Tork made today's game exciting by a batting rally In the eighth, which netted the vlsltora Ave runs. Voung's horns run with a man on bane In Boston's half of the Inning produced the linal score of 10 to 6 in favor of the home team. Score: BOSTON. NBW TORK. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. fie front and won a popular victor by three-fourths of a lenath. M. Blanc's crack horse, Gouvemant. wss snerislly sent from Frsnre to avenae his defeat In the Derby of 1!4 hv Mr. Ioprild d- Rothschild's St. Amnnt. but the French horse was not even placed. The betting wss 1"0 to 7 ngnlnst St. Amant. ft to z sealnst Polymetus and 20 to 1 against Mon danila. Parent - as..., 4 Stahl. ct I I riflsub. lb. t Harktt. If... 4 urlmsaaw. lb I Mlslnt. rf.... 4 VifNlwlD, lb.. I Crlger. e I Youag, ' p 4 0 F.hn. ef 4 0 Healer, rf. . . . I 1 Dougherty, If 4 1 La port.. 2b.. 4 lCh.M. lb.... 4 OOldrlng, ss... 4 1 Klelnow, c... 4 OCockman, lb. 4 PultmiD, p.. 4 I 1 I 1 0 0 1 1 1 II 0 I 0 1 I 1 Totals II 1 17 II 4 Totals 17 14 14 I Boston 0 1 2 0 0 0 6 2 10 New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 05 Two-base hlf Hahn. Three-base hit: t'nglaub. Home runs: Grlmshaw, Young. Sacrifice i hits: Goodwin, Parent. Stolen base: Burkett. First base on balls: Off Puttmann, 4; off Young, 1. Struck out: By Puttmann, 2; by Young, 7. Time: 1:65. Umpire: Connolly. Attendance: 3,138. . Detroit Shots Oat Cleveland. CLEVELAND, O., Oct. 5. Cleveland's hancea of regaining third place were set- nea toaay. wnen tney were defeated by Detroit. Cleveland could not hit KlUIan nd the locals' errors were responsible for Most of Detroit's runs. The double plays of Cleveland were features. Score: CLEVELAND. DETROIT. n.r. of. ongslton. rf I noall. in.. 4 .iradley, lb, 'Jurnsr. ss.. brbeaa,, 2b rteu. If.... vlsrke. o.. Ithosdss, p AB.H.O.A.E. 4 0 10 lMrlntyrs. AB.H.O.A.E. 1 I 1 11 0 Lindsay. 0 gchs.r.r. If. I lb. S lb. 4 1 0 Crawford, rf. 4 I lb I OCobb. cf. 1 Counhlln IO'Leary, ss.. 4 1 Warner, e... 4 OKIIIIan, p.... 4 Totals M' 4 17 17 4 Totals.".. ...34 i 4 0 Detroit 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 07 Cleveland ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Earned runs: Detroit. 1. First base on errors: Detroit, 2. Two-base hits: Craw lord. Lindsay. Sacrifice hit: Ccbb. Double lIay: Bar beau to Stovall; Rhoadea to Turner to Stovall; Barbeau to Turner to fctovall. First base on balls: Off Rhoades, 3; off Kllltan, 8. Left on bases: Cleveland .; Detroit. 7. Passed balh Clarke, wild I Itch: Kllllan. Time: 1:30. Umpire: Uhorldan. Attendance: 1,27. tanalBsT of the Teams. ,.. ,, . , Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Philadelphia, h M rjo nlcago 14 90 68 .(OS petrolt 1M 7S 7j -B)6 1 oston , 149 75 7? .603 .ew York 14 71 75 .m leveland 152 75 77 . 427 Washington 149 62 7 .416 -t. Louis 149 62 97 . 349 Games today: Chicago at St. Louis. De troit at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Wash .ngton. New York at Boston. Jockey Clnb Stakes. LONDON, Oct. 6.-The race for the -ockey club stakes of WV00O for 3-year-olds and upwards, one mile and three-quarters vhs run at Newmarket today. St. Amant v. on. Polymetus was second and Mondamln IS". "VJ"d V 8l ho"" started. Mondamln led to the bushes, when St. Amant drew to GAMES 15 THK NATIONAL I.EAfilE Philadelphia and jew York Dreak Rven In n Doohle-llrader. NEW YORK. Oct. R In a double headr today the Phllndelphla Nationals broke even with the New York Natlonl league champions. Ten thousand persons saw the contests. The second game was called account of darkness after the visiting team had finished the first half of the sixth Inning. Score, first game: NEW YOHK. PHILADELPHIA. All H O A E. AB.H.O.A.E. Prtiwn. rf... 4 1 1 OThnmas, rf.. 4 I 1 Dnnlln. rf... 4 1 OCIeaenn. lb.. 41141 MrOajin. lb.. 4 1 11 1 Ormirtney, lb. 1110 Strang If.... 40 1 Mage. If.... 410 Pahlen, ss... 10 4 4 lTltus. rf 4 10 Devlin, lb... I 0 1 4 0 Rransfteld. lb 4 11 1 Gilbert, lb... 4 0 1 I IDonlln, ss... 4 0 17 0 Rnwerman, e I 1 OLuah, p...... t 1 0 S 1 Mathevson, p4 4 1 Sparks, p..., Totsls ill 117 11 I Totsls II 7 17 10 4 Philadelphia 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 04 New York ..; 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 Two base hit: Thomas. Sacrifice hit: Branofiold. Double plays: Gilbert, Dahlen and McGann 2: Gleason, Doolin and Brans Held. Left on bases. New York, 7: Phila delphia. 4. First base on balls: off Mathewson, 2; off Lush, 4; off Sparks, 1. First base on errors: iNew Tork. 2: Phila delphia. 2. Hit by pitched bail: by Mathewson. 1. Hits: off Lush, 2 In eight Innings. Struck out: by Mathewson, 8; by Lush, 2; by Sparks. 1. Time: 1:46. Lmplre: Emslle. Attendance: K.OnO. NEW TORK. PHILADELPHIA. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. Brawn, rf... 100 Thomas, ef.. I 0 1 Donlln. ct.... Ill olsaaoo. lb.. 1 0 MrOann, lb.. 1 1 1 OCourtnsy. tb. I 1 1 Strang. If... 1 1 0 Mages, If.... Ill Dahlen. as... till Tltus. rf 1 1 DeTlln. lb... 1 0 10 1 Bransfleld. lb 1 0.1 11 Gilbert, 2b... t 0 1 1 ODoolln, ss.... 10 110 Clark, e 10 11 0 Dooln. e till McUlnnlty, pi 0 1 1 0 Sparks, p... 1 4 10 1 Totals 2 I II I 1 Totals 11 4 II I I New York 0 0 0 5 0 S Philadelphia 0 1 2 0 0 08 Two-base hits: Titus, Dooln, Courtney, Dahlen. Sacrifice hit: Gleason. 8tolen bases: Donlln (3), Devlin, Clark. Double play: Gilbert to Dahlen to McGann. Left on bases: New York, 2; Philadelphia, 4. First base on balls: Off Sparks, 6; off Mo Glnntty, 2. First base on errors: New York, 2; Philadelphia, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By McUlnnltv, 1. Struck out: By McOinnlty, 1; by Sparks. 2. Time: l:uo. Umpire: - Emslle. Attendance: 10,000. Brooklyn Wins, Both Games. BROOKLYN. Oct. 5. Boston lost two games here this afternoon to the local team. Brooklyn nattea wuneim ior nine teen safe hits In the first contest and plied up eleven runs. Brooklyn captured the sec ond game, which was called In the seventh Inning, by a score or 2 to l. score, nrst game: BOSTON. BROOKLYN. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. Ahbatrhlo. as G 1 I 1 (l Hall, rf 4 I 1 0 Ter.ney, lb... 4 1 4 I Oflheckard. If. 4 I 0 0 Dolan. rf.... 4 2 I 1 OOeasler, lb.. 6 1 11 0 0 Delehanty, If 4 1 4 0 0 Batch, lb ... 6 I 0 4 Wolverton, lb 4 2 10 1 Hummel, lb. 4 1110 Cannell, cf... Ill lLewls, ss.... 111 Ksymer 2b.. 1 0 0 OMslsy, cf.... 4 14 Neerihaib, c. 4 4 IRItter, c 4 1 I U I Wllnelm. p.. 4 1 1 1 OEason, p 4 1 Totals 16 10 14 4 Totals SI 1 27 12 Brooklyn 8 0 2 0 0-1 3 2 11 Boston 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 06 Twd-base hits: Batch, Tenney, Dolan, Malay. Three-base hit: Hummel. Sacri fice hit: Hummel. Stolen bases: Hall, Hummel (2). Delehanty (2), Malay. Double plays: Hummel to Lewis to Gessler; Hum mel to Lwia to Kilter. xeit on Danes: Boston. 6: Brooklyn, 9. First base on balls: Off Wllhelm, 2; off Eason. 2. ,'Htt by pitched ball: By Eason, l. BtrucK out: By Wll helm, 8: by Eason, 2. WUd pitch: Wll helm. Time: 1:34. Umpire: O Day. Score, second game: BROOKLYN. BOSTON. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. Hall, rf 1 0 1 0 OAbbstchlo. ss I 10 10 Bherkard, If. I 1 I 0 0 Tenney, lb... 1 0 0 Oessler, lb... 111 ODolan, rt.... 111 Batch, lb. ... I 1 1 Delehanty, If I 1 Hummel, lb. I 1 1 4 1 Wolverton, lb I 1 1 0 Lewis, ss.... 114 OCsnnell, cf... 100 Malay, cf.... 110 ORaymer. 2b.. 10420 Hitler, c... I 1 I l,0Needham, o. I 0 I t 0 Mclntyre, p.. I 1 1 ' OTouug. p.... I 1 Totals. .....IS ( 11 1ft I Totals 2! 4 1 Brooklyn 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Two-base hits: Tennev. Home run: Gessler. Stolen haHes: Wolverton, Need- ham, RJtter. Double play: Hummel to Lewis to Gessler. Left on bases: Brook lyn, 3; Boston. 4. First base on balls: Off Young, 2; off Mclntyre, 1. Struck out: By Young. 3; bv Mclntyre, 1. Time: 1:55. Umpire: O'Day. Attendance: 2,000. Standing of the Teams. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. New York 150 104 46 .693 Pittsburg 149 96 63 .645 Chicago 149 88 61 .691 Philadelphia 149 81 68 .644 Cincinnati. 149 76 73 .610 St. Louis 150 67 93 .3X0 Boston .151 50 101 .3-9 Brooklyn 149 46 103 . .3ii9 Games today: Boston at Brooklyn, Phil adelphia at New York. Chicago at Pitts uuia, St. Louis at Cincinnati, Talk of Captain for Track Team. IOWA CITY, Oct. 6. Since the announce ment that Elmer Davis, captain-clcct of the 19(16 Iowa track team, will not return to school here, but will complete his course In dentistry at the University of Minnesota, considerable Interest has arisen relative to the selection of a captain to succeed Davis. The Iowa track team last year was an exceptionally fine one and, as many of its members are yet attending school, there are many good men for the position. It Is generslly understood, however, that the light for the place will be made by three men. The name of Riley, the speedy half mller of Burlington, has been prominently mentioned for the captaincy. Andy Chal mers of Des Moines, who has distinguished himself on the Iowa gridiron and who did fine work In the welahta last snrlnar. u in In the field and has abundant support. The cither candidate Is Esrl Brown of Emmets- Durg. Drown s fine showing in the hurdles last sprlnar won him many admirers who win worg nara to netp mm land the place. F.THKIS PRIDE WIS9 BIG ST A PI F favorite Takes the Trnnsylvnnlav nt Lealnarton In Stralarht lle.is. largest crowds that ever attended the races nvre m r.inrio r'nne, tne lavnrits. win the classic Transylvania stake In straight heats today. It was the seventeenth re newal of this race. There were nlnH stsr ters, and Ethel's Trlde sold favorite with Turley second choice. Ethel's Pride Is owned by John Shepherd of Boston snd was driven by W. J. Andrews. The sUke was worth $5,000. Bonalette had no trouble In winning the 8-yenr-old pacing futurltv. Miss Kenney snd A. Penn both have two nests In t ha n,-t a i ne o ic which was continued until tomorrow. The ei-conn niviRion or tne Z:1B trot was won ay mamsneet in a Jog. Dan IRtrh. the nrlit'l rhamnlni, nAMv equalled his record of 1:56 today, and also prone tn iracK recorrl ror the fastest mile ever trotted or paced over It. He was onven ny H. u. Hearsey and his fractional , rv. . A.nn, . n . . , -a Paclnsr futurltv. value I? (Ml- Bonalette, br. f. (Benyon) 1 1 1 Miss Adbell. fKennvt o Josie M., tv r. (Jones) 2 dls countess at Law. b. r., Voorhls dls Time: 2:09V 2:09i, :10H. Trottlnar. 2:12 rlass 1 In R Tran.,.i.ni. stake, purse $5,100: Ethel's Pride, h In andmwil it. Turley. br. g. (Geers) 2 2 4 Mainland, b. h. (A. Thomasl 6 6 2 ' waiawcn, n. g. (rnompson) ft 8 ft tun nnav. Deier. ni c rattr. started. ' Time: l:08t4, 2:07H- Trottlnar. 2-fle rln mm, ti nm a 41 . ... . 1 , w ,i,mM iiuai ui vtctlon), (unflni-hed.) Mlfm Kin nav K rv- A nMwa l m '1;l- h. (Ludwlg) 1 4 1 L s. toarreitt 4 ail . 5. c.',rlc. Maiden. Nordica. Altonette, Bal lad , Kipling, Oaudo M also started. T tmai -..til O . 1 e a. ...... iiiit. c.ai'vtu atait, Trnttlnir -1 rla vn.... m am v division;) " ' t-econa Matnsheet, bllt h. (Thomas) 1 Rr!j?aVDaWBOn' b m (McCargo)....l 6 2 fat li' hL,g- P"erBon '..'....S 2 4 Joe N.. blfc. g. (McDonald! 4 it ft LadV MOVTT. PoAna V,nnM i.hL.J.M , . -'.1 "-n ' '. --ftonicuiuuiL, The President, and John Turney also started. Time: 2:08V4. 2:09H. 2:10H. NEBRASKA IS EXPECTED TO WIS South Dakota Xot tn Good Trim for the Pray, Vr.RWH.1ov a 1-1 w . .. i i ' "-"-i. tapeciai. w- J?ea.edc!oday aa t0 the Probable show iSSn.i!he ?ta,.e "P'verslty eleven against Nebraska at Lincoln next Saturday Coach nn . is 'it' m satisnea it i,t-earn.-ho,ds Booth " men down to 40 P"1"";, Wear ""J -n, good condition, far from It, and I shall only use men who are w th tt?v.an2 lr bumP without injury. .. .... ... ul imirs out or tne game We are, ImH 1, V. n n .1 1 .. , 1 . ... . . .. 1 i f ""'"--I'peu, ot win na-ni T i2 J18 . a large Bcor ,f Possible." ., " "' wun 1 an k ton college resulted disastrously for the locals. Cap- -lc,H,iru a. niiee ana will not play against the Cornhuskers. Cuppett. the .av.nlc, in lunnini iron a Dad root and may not be able to play In Saturday's game. None of the men are hardened the way they should be at this time In October, but It Is hoped they will round into form soon with the appearance of colder weather Coach Whlttemore has little hope of scoring against the sturdy Nebraskans. Big Hvis- .iut.ui, "in, jiinvt-u luara i wo years ago, will enter the law department soon. Ihms, nnntn teon-.tnw I, i ,.n... 1 1 1 i . , . . . . i , n i'i irnun, Will lie I.I U L in uniform next week. These two players win iiitiirimiiy strengxnen tne team. As at present constituted the university eleven will average only about 158 pounds. Racing; at O'Neill. O'NEILIa Neb.. Oct. B (Sneclal Tele. gram.) The weather was fine and the crowd at the races large and enthusiastic. Purse $60, three-quarter mile dash, was won by Bay Billy. Harness race 2:32, purse $200: Moore (Charles S. Moore) 1111 Miss Pacton (W. W. Cole! 4 4 It 4 Shady G. M. H. Grimm) 3 2 2 2 Speed On (Dave Stannard) 2 3 4 3 west time, x-.Xi'fa. 2:30 trot, purse 2200: Anna Rush (Owen O'Neill) 4 4 8 4 Shaunrhue (George Garry) 1111 Harry Booth (McKillup) 2 2 2 2 Parplnna (C. F. Hodge) 3 3 4 8 i-iest time, z:23. Half mile running race, nurse S50. Joker won, Jessie R. second, Tony third. . Dewhorst Defeat Behr. PHILADELPHIA. Oct. R. E. R. Dew- hurst of the University of Pennsylvania today defeated K. H. Behr of Yale In the final round In singles of the tournament 1 ror tne intercollegiate lawn tennis cham I pionship. Dewhurst took three of the four sets, owing to tne late start it was im possible for Dewhurst and Behr to finish the match tn time to start the final round for the championship In doubles. In this match, which will be played tomorrow, Dewhurst and H. B. Register, Pennsyl vania, will meet H. G. Wells and S. Field of Yale. 1 -OCTORSroR'MISR. , . Borne men contract disease by being Indiscreet. 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Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal, P -f Kidney and Urinary Diseases, and all diseases and weaknesses of men duo to tnheritanos. evil habits ext. ceeses, self-abuM oa the result of speul&o or private tllpesafuL 7 CCSSULTATI3S FREE. Ih, '7 W uince neure a in. te I p. aa. lundara, 1 te 1 oaly. ELECTRO MEDICAL IIJSTITUTE, 1J0 Far-iam t, Batwaan 13th and 14th ta., Omaha, Nab. English Foot Ball Team Wins. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 6.-Lord Klrk patrlck's team of English players defeated the New Thistles of this city today in the association foot ball match on the grounds of the Germantown Cricket club by a score of five goals to none. The Thistle team Is composed of Englishmen residing in this city. WORKING ON NEW RAILROAD Western Paclde Conatraetora Rushing to Complete Line from Salt Lake to Coast. SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 5.-The Western Pacific officials announced yesterday that work on the new overland route will be started between Oakland and Orovllle within the next ten days, by which time the outfit for grading purposes will have arrived from the east. Meanwhile the Utah Construction com pany, which has received the contract for bulldjng the main portion of the road, will have sublet contracts for work north of Orovllle and grading will have begun on the section of the route west of Salt Lake City. The construction firms are moving their outfits Into the Feather river canyon, where they will soon begin boring the Bprlng Garden tunnel, which is to be 7,400 feet in length. They are also preparing to bore a 6.000-foot tunnel at Beckwlth Pass. One of the officials of the Western Pacific stated yesterday .that the company has completed the location of its entire line be tween Oakland and Salt Lake City, and the work of securing rights-of-way is pro ceeding rapidly. It was also stated that the people of northern California have been facilitating in every possible way the plans for the construction of the new road and that so far no obstacles have been thrown in the way of the company. TOWNSEHD SEES ROOSETELT Author of Bato Herniation Bill Cnfr with Chief EiBontire. SAYS BILL WILL PASS THIS SESSION Meaaore When Reintroduced Will Cover Private tars. Refriger ator Care and Terminal Charges. WASHINGTON, Oct. 6.-Rallroad rate legislation was the topic of a long confer ence today between the president and Rep- resentatlve Townsend of Michigan, one of the authors of the Esch-Townsend bill which was passed last winter by the house of representatives. At the conclusion of the conference, which lasted an hour and a quarter, Mr. Townsend said It was his purpose to have his bill In readiness for introduction In the house as soon as congress convenes. "My effort now," said he "is to mako certain that It shall cover what Is expected of It. It will embody my Ideas, and at the same time I am quite sure It will rep resent accurately those of the president "After making It perfectly clear that the provisions of the measure apply to private cars, refrigerator cars and terminal charges, it will be my purpose through the measure to confer upon the Interstate Com merce commission the power to make its findings In any particular case effective within a reasonable time after they are announced. , Efforts have been made to create the Impression that It Is the pur pose of the advocates of this legislation to give the Interstate Commerce commis sion the authority to fix all the rates of a railroad. That Is not true. It Is In tended only that the commission. If com plaint shall be made to It that any par ticular rate Is unjust, shall have power after due Investigation to substitute a rea sonable rate in case the complaint shall have been shown to be well founded." "Do you expect that rate legislation will be enacted during the approaching session of congress?" 'I have no doubt of it," replied Mr. Townsend. FATAL FIRE IN NEW YORK Three Children Burned and Seven People Injured in Blase In Flat. NEW YORK, Oct. 5.-Three children were burned to death, their parents rescued and taken In a dying condition to St. Mary's hospital, five other tenants sent to hos pitals suffering from burns and two fire' men hurt In a fire In a four-story fiat house In Reld avenue, Brooklyn, late last night The dead are: CHARLES. HflTlir.PT MT1 ViTttrn. INE DONNELLY, eirari a fi nnri 12 r.. speciiveiy. Other Incidents of the fire were the birth of a child while the mother was being re moved from the burning building and an accident which wrecked Fire Chief Croker's automobile and in which the chief naT rowly escaped serious accident. The hallways of the building were filled with flame and smoke and every occupant of the building was asleep when the flames were discovered by William Tease and James Nugent, firemen, who were off duty. They found a ladder In the back yard, and, climbing up the fire escape, awoke the ten ants by breaking into their apartments. At the top floor the fire had spread most rapidly. The two. rescuers were compelled to carry Mrs, 'Joseph Hanleln. one of, the tenants 01 mat floor, down the fire escapes, In doing so th ladder at the bottom broke and the woman iell on Tease, Injuring- him seriously. Mr. ana Mrs. Jeremiah Donnnelly. who occupied the other part of the upper floor. were round lying unconscious on the floor of their rooms, where thev had tried to a winaow ana iauea. Thoy were brought out, but the firemen did not know that their three children were asleep in their beds until their bodies were found later. Other occupants of the building were swung from the windows across to those of an adjoining building or were dropped into tne arms of men below, and when the fire department arrived the building was afire from top to bottom. Mrs. nose Moses was carried on a mat tress across the street, where she gave birth to a boy. Fireman Christopher Leavy was knocked from a ladder by a stream of water and suffered 'concussion of the brain. While hurrying to the fire Chief Croker's automobile was upset and the chief thrown out ana rjaaiy shaken up. Jeremiah Donnelly and his wife, Jennie. are in a Hospital, sufferinar from v,.,.in innaiea name or smoke, and are not likely Ml . DvV d . road crrmpany for $m,ono damage for In juries alleged to have been received while working in the switch yards In Faclfio Junction, la. SINGER GETS SMALL VERDICT Jury Awards Miss Five Hnndred Breach of May Mendrnwald Dollars for Promise. CHICAGO. Oct. 8. A Jury In Judge Gary's court today gave Miss May Menden wald a verdict for $500 against Theodore Kevekordes. a recorder of Vandenburgh county, Indiana. MIks Mendenwald. a singer, known on the stage ss May Belbane, had asked for $20,noo, alleging breach o promise to marry. The plaintiff first me Kevekordes In 1903, she said, while she was playing In Indianapolis. When she left the city, she said, Kevekordes. aided by an automobile, followed her through the state and then proposed. Miss Mendenwald said that he was accepted and August 8, 1M3 was set as the date for the wedding. She went to Evansvllle, Ind., Kevekordes' home, on that day. but when Kevekordes was found. Miss Mendenwald said, he de clared "It was all off." When, a few days later, she heard of his marriage to another woman the suit wss begun. STREED WAS KILLED IN DUEL Further Details In Mrsterr t Attorney's Death Are Com. Inr to Light. the SWITCHMEN READY TO STRIKE Grand Trunk Men Likely to Go Ont DarlaaT ' Com last Twenty Four Hours. CHICAGO, Oct. Two hundred men. composing M per cent of the switchmen employed by the. Grand Trunk railway be tween Chicago and tha Canadian border, may be called out on strike within twenty four hours. Grandmaster Frank T. Haw ley of the Switchmen's Union of America, who came to Chicago yesterday In the hope of negotiating with the heads of the Grand Trunk system for a settlement of the strike at the Elsdon and Twelfth street yards, and failed, made the foregoing state ment today: After a conference with Vice Grand master James B. Conners of Chicago today. Hawley assigned Conners, who haa been In command of the local trouble, to leave Chicago for a trip over the Grand Trunk and to authorise strikes where the company officials refuse to treat with local grievance committees. The first blow will be struck at Battle Creek, according to Mr. Hawley. If the officials there fall to hear the grievances of the men. From there Conner will go to Detroit. A Mlraealoua Caeas from bleeding to death had A. PI risk, Kasnotah. Wla, who healed his wound with Bucklln's Arnica Salve. 2fia Fof fejr Shfrrraaa MCwjeUrru; Co, CAMBRIDGE, III., Oct. 8.-Detalls of th. mysiry oi tne death of Attorney John ' Streed are gradually coming to light which tena to snow that the well known lawver was slain In an Impromptu revolver duel fought In the night. Indications are that at least two bullets were fired and two por- w.iib were wounaea. That developments point strongly to the murder theorv ! admitted frankly In official circles. It seems now pretty well established that the attack on Streed was tha result of a series of efforts at blackmail by men who had been operating here for a long time. The duel theory agrees with the evidence of Henry White, cashier of the First National bank, who says he thinks he heard two shots fired on the fatal night. In his opinion the blood on the inside of the house where Streed was killed came from a wound of another man. Blar Damages for Injury. PLATTSMOl'TH. Neb.. Oct. 6-(Speclal Telegram.) In Glenwood, la., this even ing the Jury gave Ed Brantner of this city a Judgment against the ; Burlington Rail- DMUEF HAIL ewet aatlfjr- iS"p I When you find a qual ity like It yon wont find a prica Ilka It Aak your tobac conist. CIGARS NEW CONSUMPTION CURE Discoverer of Antl-Dlphtherla Serum Announces IV ew Remedy Soon to Be Divulged. PARIS, Oct. 8. Prof. Behrlng, the dis coverer of the antl-dlphtherla serum, an nouncea, according to the Matin, that he has found a cure for tuberculosis. The na ture of his cure. Prof. Behrlng says, he will divulge next August. Most value for your money at Huber- mann's Jewelry store, 13th and Douglas, The "Kilties" are coming. Silver Creek Farmer Disappears, SILVER CREEK, Neb., Oct. 6. 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