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THE OMAHA DAILY I3EEt MONDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1003.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
8tmt Bailwsy Compacf Bnji Mr
LOOKS L'KC PROJECTING LINE SOON
Beporled that Othee Options
Rlffhta-of-Way Tbroaak Far
Htr Been lop fcr
Saturday last the Omaha St Council
Bluffi Street Railway company bought
from I J. Carpenter of thla city a right-of-way
through his farm In Sarpy county.
Mr. Carpenter farm la located about two
miles south of the county line and Ilea
between tba ridge road and the lower
road. Tha deed to thla property are all
mad out and will moot likely be re
corded today. The purchase of a right
of-way through the Carpenter farm la
taken aa an Indication that the atreet car
company will build Ita line from South
Omaha to Fort Crook and Belleru along
or near tha ridge road.
Puling tha present year General Man
ager Smith of the atreet railway company
lid four routea from the end of the line
In Albright to Bcllevue and Fort Crook
surveyed, t'p to Saturday no Indication
had been given aa to what route would
be taken. From Indications the upper route
will be chosen. Tracks doubtless will be
laid almost due east from the present
terminus of the line to the ridge road and
thence south through the Carpenter farm
and on to the fort.
It was reported In South Omaha yes
terday that tha street railway company
had secured options on a, right-of-way
through several farms south of the one
mentioned here. It is not expected that
work on thla road will beglng this fall
but material la to be ordered and arrange
ments all completed for starting the work
on the extension In the spring.
Tha building of this line will be a great
convenience to the people of South Omaha.
With motor transportation to Fort Crook
and Bcllevue the merchants of South
Omaha expect that the volume of business
Will be Increased and that Instead of going
to Omaha by train a great many will do
their trading In thla city on account of
the time that can be saved In making the
trip. Students at Bellevue college, aa well
as tha aoldiers stationed at Fort Crook,
will greatly appreciate the proposed line.
' Paving- Starts Today.
Oeorge Parks, senior member of the firm
of Parka, Johnson St Parks, the con
tractors who are to lay the paving on
Twenty-fourth street, said yesterday, that
work would start today. The tirat thing
to be done will be the tearing up of the
asphalt pavement on the east side of the
atreet. It Is not the Intention of the con
tractor to tear up the street at once, but
to tHke up a block at a time and lay the
brick pavement as rapidly as possible
Some miilerlal Is already on hand and the
v. ink l In tin puxhed with a View to get
tlnaj tt Icurl on.' tide of the street paved
be Ton. uiil cold wunthcr sets In.
Amu ding to u telegram from W. J.
lUyex & Eons, received Saturday, ttje
bond will be sent here this week for the
''res of the mayor and clerk. The
W.'.K'i . for this paving la In sight
md Mr. . says that there will be no
. clny on 1..
The piircliu.i.. .i these bonds agree to
pay a premium of t'J09 for the Issue of
tGO.CGO pnvlng bond", and a premium of $303
for the JJU.OOO Intersection paving bonds.
These bonds will draw Interest at the rate
of 4V4 per cent.
Foresters' State Contention.
A state ronvontlon of the Independent
Order of Foresters was hold at Odd Fellows
' hall Saturday. . The election of state offi
cer resulted aa follows: A. L. Sutton,
high chief ranger; N. Roberts, Omaha,
high vice chief ranger; A. L. Schmeer,
Omaha, his., secretary; U. Q. Mewnes,
South Omaha, high treasurer; A. U Kanbe,
Omaha, high counsellor; Dr. H. J. Aberly,
South Omaha", high physlulan; A. h.
Hunter and If. A. Hansen, South Omaha,
lillih auditor. The executive committee
will designate the place of holding tha
next convention. Judge A. L. Sutton of
South Omaha was re-elected high chief
runner without any opposition. Tha
finances of the state organisation ware re
ported to be In a flourishing condition and
tha membership roll satisfactory.
Coanrll Meeting Tonlaht.
When the city council meet thla evening
an ordinance will be Introduced pertaining
to the Intersection paving bond en Twenty
fourth street. In the ordinance already
paused an error wa made and thla will
be corrected this week by the council in
order to complete the record In the matter.
An adjourned meeting wlM most likely he
held on Tuesday for the passage of thl
Intersection ordinance and by the end of
' the week or the first of next week the.
bonds will be ready to sign.
It la hardly probable that the council
will, at the meeting tonight, take up the
revision of the board of election officers.
Member of the council ar now easting
about for good men to act aa registrars
and serve on the eleotlon board. The ap
pointments will hardly be made this week,
s the counoll 1 going slow In thl matter
In order to secure competent men to serve.
lSMrM Improvements la Slant.
Today the Betting of curbing on Missouri
avenue from Thirteenth street to Twenty
fourth street is to start. Contractor Mo
Gowan stated last week that he would be
ready to commence on the curbing today
and it I expected that he, will do so.
City Engineer Heal ha set the stakes and
everything la ready, aa far aa the city Is
concerned, for the work to proceed. Hugh
Murphy of Omaha, who la to put down
are very often attributed to billlousness
nd tha stomach Is treated to cathartics.
Faint spell are often accompanied by
blllluusneaa, out you will also notice short
nea of breath, asthmatlo breathing, op
pressed feeling In chest, weak or hungry
arella, which ar all early symptoms of
lion't make the mistake of trertlnrf the
stomach when the heart Is the source of
!'.v irjuois. ,
New fftirt Cure
will strengthen tha nerve and mucla of
the heart, and the fainting spells, together
with all other heart troubles, will disap
"Four year ago I waa very Ion with
heart trouble; cou'd hardly walk. One day
I had a fainting spell, and thought I would
die. Soon after 1 began using Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure, and after taking three bottles
I fe.l that I am cured." MRS. KFFllt
Cl.ol'Clf. Kllsworth Falls, Maine.
The first bottle will benefit; If not, the
aruggisi wui return your money.
FRED BltODEGAARD Exhibiting His Shiners.
the paving, I willing to start on his por
tion of the Improvements as soon a the
curbing Is well under wny. This curblnK
and paving will make work for quite a
number of men.
Then there Is the Twenty-fourth street
paving to get under way today and there
will be plenty of work for those who are
not employed at present. The building of
two depots for the Union Pacific will also
furnish employment to a conelderabc num
ber of men and the rearranging of tracks
In the railroad yards here will give track
layers and laborers employment. After a
dull summer the Indications are now that
there will be an abundance of work here
just as long as the weather holds good.
Mnglo City Gossip.
The Christian association night school
opens this evening.
E. Li. Culver has decided not to resign
his position as secretary of the Commercial
club for the present.
Flovd McKay writes from Chicago that
he Is enjoying his stay there very much
and expects to return home 'In about ten
About 800 members of the local Indae of
Eagles went to Council muffs Sunday to
attend the picnic held by the Council
Leon Waseata Is being held at police
headquarters on the charge of insanity.
He will be turned over to the county au
Tuesday evening the members of the
congregation of the First Methodist Epis
copal church will hold a reception at the
church parlor for Rev,. F. M. Slsson, the
recently appointed pastor.
The nrst number of the entertainment
oourse of the local Young Men's Christian
association will be presented at the high
school auditorium on Thursday evening
October 12. Alton Packard, the humorist,
has been enaaaed for this entertainment.
Course tlckots are selling rapidly and may
be secured at the Young Men's Christian
association office on N street at any time.
TOMA TOO QUICK FOR SLUGGER
Blow with Vmhrclln Enable Hint to
Escape from Holdup
What wa Intended for a slugging was
averted by the quick work of John Toma,
who waa assaulted In front of the Omaha
Coal and Ice company's office at Thirteenth
and Maaon. Toma was going home at
about 12 o'clock and was accosted by a
man who asked him for a match. When
he waa In the act of handing the match
the stranger atruck him In the face. The
blow fell a little short, as Toma dodged.
Recovering quickly, Toma replied by lash
ing out at the stranger with a heavy um
brella. He got him fairly on the head
and the man fell. Toma saw another .man
oomlng up and lost no time in getting
away from the vicinity. When he arrived
home at the Prague hotel, Thirteenth and
William streets, he notified the police. He
thinks the man Intended to knock him out
and rob him.
WINDOP OF LEAGUE SEASON
Cblctp Nationali Close by Wimiig a
TWELVE THOUSAND PEOPLE SEE WINDUP
Cincinnati Also Takes Both Game
f a Doable-Header from IMtts
kirg Before a I,arg
Koehler, Olenson. Wild pitch: Peltr.
Moses en bulls: Off Peltv, 1, off Patter
son. 1. Struck out: Hy l'elty. 4; by Pat
terson, t. Left on bases: St. Iritis. 5;
Chicago, 8. Time: Vmplre: Mc
Carthy. Attendance: lO.SO.
Score, sei-ond game:
T. U1 IS CHICAGO.
A H o A g AB H O A C
Stn. If 4
Ro kci'4. tb. I
CHICAGO, Oct. 8 The season closed to
day with a double-header, the local win
nlng both games on better work, by their
pitcher and cleaner fielding. Tho first
game went twelve Innings and was won
on an error, a sacrifice and Single s third
hit. A bne on balls, a steal and two sin
gles tied up the lead St. Louis made In
the third Inning of the second game on
three hit and Single' muff. Two passe
Tnd Brown' home run scored Chicago's
other three. Maloney performed miracles
0 F. Jnn. rf . 4 1
OCreen. rt 4
l'.vt. m 4 0
Pc dll.h.n. If.. I
OP. t.nhu.. lb. 4 t
0 Rnh. Ih I 0
Hart, e 4 t
OT.nneblll, 3b I I
tWal.h, p I I
Totsla U iMM
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 -s
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Earned runs: St. Louis. 2: Chicago, 1.
T.1 Knoa l,la XL'nlut. f .i.l. VI I I . ...
, i nvixicv iiii... , . ii i .-. ; m i ion. ii u . ..
. I Iouble play: Wallace and Hoekenihid.
Passed balls: Hart, i. Stolen base: 1 alla-
han. Hit by pitched ball: Hy Powell,
w nisn. liases on
1: off Walsh. 2. Struck
out: By Powell. I; by Walsh, 4. Left on
hnses: St. Ixiuls, 6; Chicago, . Time:
1:35. Vmplre; McCarthy. Attendance:
Staadlnar of the Team.
Played. Won. Lost,
America a yesr If necessary to make a new
record with the sixteen-pound shot.
W ild tiltch:
balls; Off Powell.
In the second game, making three very sen- I Cleveland
satlonal catches, stopping seemingly sure
hit. Saore first gam:
AD. H O. A. B.
AB H.O.A C.
flails, cf..,. 4 II nutilMvjr, rt. ( 1 1 I
Cavr, lb I I 1 I 0Droff. cl.. Milt
Hotmail lb.. 4 111 I iHmaitr, lb.. l n a
Uriinbr, If. 0 OBiirk.. lb.... I I i 1
Tina.r. as.... 4 4 4 1 Hlinaa. rt. ... I 11(0
Maloney, rf . . I I v (Hlraitr, c 4441
Evara, lb lilt Hoel.k'r, lb. 41411
Kilns. 4 111 4M.Hrl,U, aa.. 10 14 0
wicn.r, .... i i gxcuoufai,
Totals 41 11 14 IT I ToUl. 41 731 2! I
Two out when winning run scored.
Chicago 4 0000000000 15
at. Louis ....luuiuuuvvuv w
Left on base: Chicago, 7; St. Louis, i.
Two-base hits: Casey, Maloney, Burks.
Three-base hit! Beckiey. bacntice tins:
McBrlde, Hofman, McCarthy, Kllng.
Stolen bases: Maloney, Burke. Double
plays: Kllng and Tinker; Tinker and
Hofman. Struck out: By Wicker, 8; by
McDougal, 4. First base on halls: Off
Wicker, 3; off McDougal. 1. Time: 2:10.
Umpire: Johnston. Attendance, 12,tAX.
Score second game;
CHICAGO. T. LOV13.
AB H O A K. AB H.O.A B.
tails, ct.... 10 10 IDunleaTi, II. I 0 I 0 0
Caac, lb 110 1 OD-nrotT. c... I 0 0 0 I
Holman, lb.. I 1 I 0 0 Hackly, lb.. I 1 I 0 0
Hr( arthy If. I 1 1 0 OUurke. lb.... 10 11
Tinker, aa ... I Oil OHImea. rl....l 1100
Maloney, rf.. 1 1 4 0 0 Grady, c I 0 I 1 1
Erere. lb I 0 0 I OPh.y, lib I 0 I 1 0
O'Neill. .... I Oil lMtUrid. aa.. I 1110
Brown, p 110 1 OHoeltk'r. p.. I I 0 I 0
Season I ended.
Totala 11 I 11 I I Total! 21 4 II 11 I
Chicago 1 0 0 0 I I 8
St. Louis 0 0 1 0 0 0 03
Game called on account of darkness at
end of first half of seventh Inning.
Left on bases: Chicago, 4; St. Louis, 4.
Two-base hit: McCarthy. Home run:
Brown. Sacrifice hits: Casey, Dunleavy.
Stolen bases: Casey, Beckley, Tinker.
Double plays: Evers to Tinker to Hof
man; McBrlde to Shay to Beckley. fetruck
out: By Brown, 5; by Hoelskoetter, 4.
First base on balls: Off Brown, 6; off
Hoelskoetter. 6. Time: 1:15. Umpire:
Cincinnati Wins Two.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 8 Cincinnati won
two games from Pittsburg this afternoon,
darkness ending the second contest in the
eighth inning. The first gunie was marked
by several extraordinary plays, of which
a triple play by the Beds when the bases
were full In the seventh, aroused the
great em enthusiasm. Overall had given
four bases on balls In succession, pitching
fourteen balls without a strike, when the
triple was started on a lly to Seymour,
subsequent outs being at the plute and At
second base. Cincinnati won the second
game through superior hitting. Score first
AB H O A E. AD.I'.O.A.C.
lfuiglna, tb.. 1117 OClymer, If.... I 1 0 0 0
tlarrr, lb I 1 II 0 OQanley, rt ... 1 0
Seymour, cf.. 4 111 0 Leach, of ... I 0
t'nrcnran, aa. 4 1 I I 3 Wagner, aa. . 1 0
Ortw.ll If I 0 0 0 0 Brain, 3b I 1
Hlnchman. lb 1 0 0 J 0 Hcwnrd, lb.. 4 I
Slegle, rf.... 1 110 0 Ritchey, lb..! 1
Srhlel. e I 0 4 1 0 Oil von, C....1 0
Overall, p... 1 0 I 1 Caae, p t 0
Clarke 1 0
Totala K (17 111
Totals 17 t 14 II 0
Batted for Case In ninth.
Cincinnati ..,,.,...... 0 0 0 0.0 1 1 1 S
r-Hlstmrg ...snj.....0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Triple play Seymour to Bchlel to Hindi
.nan to Corcoran. Stolen buses: Huggins,
Clymer, Guhiey, Hlnchman. Duuble piuys:
iMtclicy to Wagner to Howard; Leach to
Howard to Case; Hufcgtns and Berry, hirst
uase on balls: Off Overall, 8; off Case, S.
jacrltlce hit: Barry. Hit by pitched ball:
uy Overall, 1, Struck out: By Overall. 8;
oy Case, 3. Time: 1:55. Umpire: Klem.
i.ttendence, 10.U0O. '
Score second game:
AU.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A K.
Hugilna, lb.. 4 111 Clymer. If.... 4 0 1
Barry, lb I 1 I 0 1 Uaniey, rf... 4 1 0
Seymour, tf.. 8 I 1 0 0 Leuih. cf I 0 1
Con-oian, aa. 4 0 I I 0 Wagner, aa... 4 I 4
Odwell, If.... I 110 OUr.in, 3b 4 1 1
Hlnchman Ibl I 1 0 0 Howard, lb.. I 0 0
Sirgle, rt ... I 110 OHIlchey, lb.. I 0 0
Serret, a I 0 1 I 0 Pelu, c 1 1 4
Ewlng, p.... I 1 0 1 OKlnaella, p.. 1 0 0
Chamberlain's lolle. Cholera
Diarrhoea Remedy never
Twenty year ago Mr. Geo. W. Brock dis
covered that Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy was a quick and
safe cur for bowel complaint. "During
all of these years,' he says, "I have used
it and recommended It many times and the
result haw never yet disappointed me."
Mr- Brock I publisher of the Aberdeen.
Md.. Enterprise. This Is the universal ex
perience of all who rely upon this remedy,
it can always be depended upon, even in
th most severe and dangerous caae. it
Is equally valuable for the children -nd
adulu. When reduced with water and
weetened It 1 pleasant to take.
Chinese la Hospital.
It is thought by th matron of the Clark
son horpltal that Joe Chung, the Chinese
laundryman who has born missing for sev
eral dy. Is tiie same man who has been
an Inmate of that institution since Momluy
evening. He was brought to the hospital
In a si unified stale from what was bvheved
to be an excuss of o:Jum. When able to
give an account of himself he told them
his name wa Lee tjue and gave severa J
BtiuiTiKi, iiiiw uk wiucn was ine laundry
between Tenth and Eleventh on t'apitol
avenue. He left the hospital last night
and It Is proliuble that Joe Chung will be
at his old place of business this morning,
8 Cuming s'reet.
INTERNATIONAL LAW MATTERS
Twenty-Second Conference Closes In
tereatlng: and Profitable Session
CHRISTIANIA. Oct. 8.-(Speclal Cable
gram to the Bee.) The twenty-second con
ference of the International Law associa
tion which has just closed her has been
one of the most successful In it annals,
Although the association has been In exist
ence for more than thirty years,, during
which time It has visited France, Germany.
Belgium. Holland, Italy, the United Btates
and BwlUerliind, this Is the first occasion oh
which It has met in Scandinavia, Owing
to the tension between Norway and Sweden
It seemed at one time doubtful whether the
projected conference could be held; but the
fact that self-restraint shown by the people
of Christiania have justified the decision of
the council. Additional Interest wa lent
to the conference by the fact that the
session were held In the Nobel Institute,
and that it was the first occasion on which
this building, which forms a part of the
great benefaction founded by the late Al
fred Nobel, ha been used for public meet
ings. Representative attended from Great
Britain, the United Btates, Germany,
France, Belgium and Switzerland, and a
large number of Norwegians attended and
took part In the proceedings.
The conference organised It bureau with
Chief Justice Locher of the supreme court
a the honorary president, and Mr. Beloh
matin,, chief justice of the court of ap
peal at Tronjhelm as Its president, and
aa vice president: For Norway, Dr. Oucar
Platon, professor of Maritime law In the
University of Chrlstlanla and Mr. Andersen
Aars; for Great Britain, Mr. Justice Phll-
llmore; for the United States, Mr. Cephas
Bralnerd of New York; for France, M.
Fromagert, of the Paris bar, and for Bel
glum, Dr. Sfoequart, of the BiupscIs bar.
Interest perhaps centered In the discus
sion of the sub-secretary of the Peace
society, London, and Mr. Koht, (Chrlstl
anla), who spoke of the special labors of
the Norwegian Storthing In this cause.
Then came the consideration of the right
and the dutle of neutral.' Mr. Douglas
Owen, secretnry of the Alliance Marine and
General Insurance society, (seconded by
Mr. Arthur Kuhn, New York), moved that
t' tlmo lad como for protecting tho world
mall and passenger steamers from belliger
ent selxure, and that provision should be
made by International agreement to prevent
the shipment and carriage of contraband
of war by such vessels and to render thl
a punishable offense. M, George Marais,
(advocate of the court of appeals, Paris),
also carried a proposal that coal should
be regarded a conditional contraband a
view In accordance with th traditional
English and American praetlc. A further
resolution proposed by M. Marahj for th
establishment of International prize courts,
wl I: h ws supported by Mr. Throrald Boye,
advocate (Chrlstlanla), but opposed by
Mr. Pawley Pate, (reader of International
law to the i.ina of the court), did not meet
with the same success, but wa on the
motion of Mr. Branlerd, referred to a later
Paper were also eontrlbtited by M. Clap
ton de. Laval, (advocate and advisor to th
British embassy, Brussels), on Interna
tional questions arising out of the late
war. and by Thomas Baty on the "Re
trudescenc of Bellgerent Pretensions."
The discussion of the legal relations be
tween charters and ship-owners followed.
This was Introduced In an exhaustive tn.r " " " ToUll
by Prof. Pheton. who failed by the ca,t- j 'tal. '.'.i::'.'.:::'.:'.? iSiSSStH
ing vote or tne cnairman to carry a resotu- i Earned runs: St. Louis, I: Chicago. 2
tlon that there Is a demand for compulsory I Two-base hit: Sullivan. Sacrifice hit:
ALL READY FOR TI1K BIG GAMES
He-cord-Brenklnsr Crowd Kipepted at
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 8 -Arrangements
have been completed for the opening here
tomorrow of the scries of base ball gann-s
between the New York National league
club and the Philadelphia American league
club, winners of the l'io championship of
their respective leagues. Kxtraordinary
preparations have been made to handle
the crowds, which are expected to be the
largcHt that have ever attended a base ball
game In this city. The fact that this
scries Is the first of Its kind here in the
history of the national game has aroused
more Interest than any preceding base
Manuger Mack of the Philadelphia club
tonight received the following telegram:
"Congratulate you and your boys on win
ning the pennant and you have the best
wishes of myself and White Sox in coining
contest with New York.
President Johnson of the Amerlcttl league
arrived here tonight. The other members
of the national commission will nrrlvo
tomorrow. The New York players will also
arrive here tomorrow ana a Inrge dele
gation of Nuw York enthusiasts Is ex
pected to come with the team.,
Horann Conies After Record.
NEW YORK. Oct. 8. Denis Morgan of
Bantoer, county Cork, Ireland, champion
amateur shot putter of Great Britain, ar
rived here yesterday. He says his oblect
In coming here is to brcttk the sixteen
pound shot put record held hy W. W.
t oe or tne i niversny ot micnigan. .ne
ll.tWKGlG TRAM IS IX POOR SHtPE
Captala MrOowaa Injnred In tho
Contest with Cnlpauo.
IOWA C1TT, la.. Oct. Coach Chalmer
of the Hawkeye reached here today much
the worse for wear. Captain MscUownn Is
nursing a torn ligament In his rlht
shoulder and It Is believed he miy be out
of the game for a couple of weeks. Nn
other serious Injuries were repotted. Th
loss of MacGowan at this critical lime
would be a serious blow to the Iowa team.
Next Saturday a mm composed of Alumni
will fill an open dute. but the following
week comes the annual contest v.
Coach Chalmers will begin hard practice
tomorrow In an altenipt to remedy the de
fects pointed out by the Maroons.
RACING ME APPKAL TO COt RTS
OPERA SINGER A HEROINE
Test Legality of Report of the
ST. I.OT.M8. Oct. . St. Iiul rsce trscV.
owners and racing men are preparing legal
and flnncHl resources for an effort to
test In the state supreme court the con
stitutionality of the octs by which the
breeders' law was rerenled during the last
srsslon bf the legislature and defining
bookmaklng and rxd selling as flonles.
Kansas City racing men are expected to
join In the attnrk on the statutes. It Is
said the contest Is to bp commenced soon
In the hope of securing a final decision be
fore the opening of the racing season of
The St. louls Fair association, the Del
mar Jockey club, the owners of t'nlon and
Klnlock pnrks and the Kansas City Jockey
club are snld to be the prime movers In the
attemnt to have the law declared unconstitutional.
Alao Ackte Dlees t
to gar llroealaj
FARI8, Oct. (Spee'al Cablegram
to The Bee ) Madam Alno Ackte
of the Tarls opera ha Just ac
complished an act of hcrclsm whieh
entitles her to Jh notice of the academnl
clan who distribute annually the Montynn
Prix de Vertu. WhlU spending tbe summer
In her natlv Finland she wa walking by
the ea In her grounds near !tlingfors
"' i when ha saw her steward little girl
perched on a rock over the eeethirur wv.
MuJamr Ackte Cried out to the cfeUd Id
leave the spot, but hardly had she Wkcn
when the little one tumbled Into th. sea.
The cantatrlce did not he1tat foi an
Instant. Being an excellent swimmer Vbe
went after the child who wa being carried
rrut by th tide. leed her by the haV-
and wa returning to hor when h.
trenglh failed and he ewooned. Fori
tunately boatmen wer near and they
reached Madam Ackte and th child . In
time to prevent both from being drowned..
Victors 0,ult Yletorloaa.
The Victors closed the season by defeat
ing the Ideal Hustlers team of Council
Bluff. The features were the pitching of
Hlnton for the Victors, he holding the
Hustlers to two bits; slso the fielding of
the Victors and the batting of W. Kill.
Walls and Hawkins. Score: R.H.E.
Victors 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 S 9 i
Hustlers 0 0100000 0 1 8
Butteries: Victors, Hlnton and Grleb;
Hustlers, Ferry and Smith.
American Champion Defeated.
NEW YORK, Oct g.-In an exhibition
game of base ball played at Washlnttnn
park, Brooklyn, today, the Pt. John's Cath
olic club team of Brooklyn defeated the
Philadelphia American league team by a
score of 8 to 5. Score: R.H.E.
St. John's Catholic Club 8 9 0
Philadelphia 8 2
Batteries: St. John's, Eagnn and Wager;
Philadelphia, Dygert and Shreckengosl.
Move for shorter Race.
LEXINGTON. Ky., Oct. 8 A vigorous
movement looking to shorter harness races
h:s been launched here. A petition asking
all trotting associations to mane two hents
In three the regulation race and every heat
a race In three heat events Is being widely
signed by owners and drivers. The peti
tion will be formally submitted to directors
of the Kentucky Trotting Horse tfreeaers
POODLE, DOG INSTEAD OF LAMB
Paris Enjoys Jtw Rabatltnte for
Food at Ita Cheaper
FARIS, Oct. 8. (Special Cablegram to
The Bee.) For the last month a larf
number of poodle dogs hav been missing
In Pari and the police hav been Inun
dated with complaint lodged hy the ag
grieved owmrs. In most case women.
Careful Investigations made by the pollco
resulted In the discovery of several per
sons who make a fairly profitable business
out of cspturlng the animals, slaughtering;
them and selling their flesh to th pro
prietors of restaurants, who pass It off aa
mutton. Th dog stealer are being prose
When your body 1 tarving robbed by
Indigestion Dr. King's New Life rills will
relieve and cure. 25c Sold by Sherman V
McConnell Drug Co.
roe oi ine i.niveip'uy 01 win ninan. .jut,." , .V, Y
announced today that he will stay In I association this week.
81. I onia Lift quarantine.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Oct. 8 Beginning today
there will be no further Inspection of rail
road passengers Incoming from point In
fected with yellow fever. Thl was de
cided sveral days ago by the St. Louis
Board of Health, provided the railroad
companies would bind themselves to re
port all cases of Illness among passengers
on Inbound trains. Formal acceptance of
this condition Was sent to the health au
thorities yesterday and the last Inspec
tion wer made last night.
Totala It 021 II 1 Totala It 0 11 14 1
Howard out for Leach' Interference.
Cincinnati 0 0 1 a 0 0 0 0 I
PlttKburg 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hits: Seymour, Odwell. Three
base hit: Slagle. Stolen bunts : Burry,
Brain, Wagnur. Sacrifice hit: Hincuman.
First base on balls: Off Kwing, 4; off Kin
sella, I. Double play: I'eitz to Wagner. Hit
by pitched ball: By Kinaella, 1. Struck out:
By awing. 6; by Kinsella, 2. Time: it.M.
Standing; of th Teams.
4? 1 i. ,h'JL Z
U Cotkr.i or Tin Cappti
This Enormous Sale
a Sure Sign of Excellence.
1540 Million Bottles
Budweiser sold since 1875. This exceeds the output
of all other bottled beers. There must be some reason
for this popularity, and if you will taste a bottle of
Budweiser you'll know for yourself.
Budweiser is brewed and bottled
only at tbe home plant of tbo
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, U. S. A.
Order Promptly Filled by
Geo. Krudt Mtfr. Anheuser-Busch Branch. Omaha. Neb.
New York .
St. Louis ,.
Season I ended.
GAMES IS THfei AMU1UCAM LKACIG
Cblcaso aad St. Loot. Divide In Last
Boat of Season.
ST. LOC1S, Mo., Oct. 8.-bl. Louis and
Chicago closed the American league sea
son in St. Louis today by dividing a
double-header. Score, mst game:
JT. LOUS. CHICAGO.
AB.H.O.A.K. AU H O A K.
tona. II 4 1 T 1 JF Jooea, ct.. i 1 I 0 0
Hucaan a. id. I I 1 Umn. rf 4
Kri.k, rt 4 1 1 4 1 ii.vli. aa 4
WalUo, aa.. 4 ft I I 1 t allahan, If . 4
Jonea, lb. t 111 t 0 tic.r.oliua. lb
4 1 Kohe. lb I
4 114 f iilllvan, a... 4
114 11 Tannehtll, lb 4
I 4 4 J 4 r.iuraoo. p. 4
Blind Boon will give a grand concert at
the Young Wen Christian association hall
Wdndy evening, October 11.
NELSON Mr. Bengta. October T, 1906, at
her lute residence. lri North Twenty
fifth atreet, aged "I years. K months.
Services at tit residence Monday after
noon at J. SO, Interment at Forest Lawn.
clauses In charter parties In the sam direc
tion a those Indicated In the United State
charter ct. Pnper were also contributed
bv Pr. Stubb and Dr. rrederlcksen, (Chr!
t'unia), dealing with th same subject.
Daring Daallaht Bqralary,
The resilience of William Wllk of the
firm of Wllke St Mitchell, grocers, at For
tieth and F'arnam, was entered Sunday
afternoon. A laborer working In a new
house near the residence, 424 South For
tieth, saw a man kick In the back door
and enter the house. He raised the alarm
and the man ran out of th place and es
caped. It Is not known whether the
burglar had time to get his hands on any
valuables, as the family was away from
horn. No report ha been mad to the
When your yei ar dim, tongue coated,
appetite poor, bowel constipated. Electric
Bitter beat all eures. Koe. Bold by Sher
man St McConnell Drue Co.
Ruckenneld. Double pl.iy:
Donohue, Sloien bases:
nan cigar is a '
Havana Surprise ful
filled. 10c. 2 for a
quarter and lftc
BiijjnMiP8isaijaaMjaanwaB aaiasiiaaasanawaasiiniasiiaiSM us insMininaaMMnsnnwnnaisSMSn ,
. ipgsiiS 111 Way '
TO OCTOBER 31st, 1905
To California and the Northwest
Double Daily Tourist Car Service to California from Kansas City.
SPECIAL KESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS
Tuesday, Oct, I7th. to points in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas. Ar
kansas, etc. Three-fourths of the one way rate for the round trip
with minimum of ten dollars.
For full information call on any agent of the Company, City Ticket Office, S. E. Corner 15th
and Farnam Streets, Omaha. '
TH0S. F. GODFREY, Pass. Tkt. Agt
H. C. TOWNSEND, O. P. T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
TOM HUGHES,, Trav. Pass. Agt
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