Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 16, 1905, Page 5, Image 5
XllE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1005. NEBRASKA'S BIGGEST CAME Iti of tfcs Gcrnhuiksn Flxd si Terry f Wld at Abb Arbst BOOTH Wia'HAAE HIS TEAM REAOY Start WrliMlir llk Eight W fnr Detroit, WtMl H Will Heat I Mil Satartar aad Prae- tip Slgtaal. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Neb.. Oct. 15. (Special.) Tha coming week I to be an eventful on from an athletic standpoint at Nebraska uni versity, for it will witness th claah of Booth' Cornhusker and Tost' Wolver ines on the Ann Arbor gridiron. Th an nual conflict with the Minnesota Oopher generally claims chief attention at Ne braska, and there Is no diminution In the Interest In this year's Minnesota im, but sentiment Is deep rooted within the stu dent body at the Cornhusker Institution that the Michigan fame affords Nebraska her best opportunity to attain fame In foot ball circles. A surplus of hardihood la re quired to predict that Nebraska la to prove victorious, but there are few, at least, will ing to confess that Michigan Is to not to be forced to the limit, and on this basis the enthusiasm of .Cornhusker rooters haa been keyed at a b.lgh pitch. Coach Booth and his squad, Eighteen players strong, will depart for Michigan Wednesday night. laying over In petrolt until Saturday morn ing, and going to Ann Arbor only a few hours before the whistle sounds the begin ning of Tlay. The Joints of the Cornhusk ers will be limbered in Detroit by a stiff signal practice and Booth hopes to marshal his men on the Ann Arbor gridiron In con union to give the Wolverines a stirring tusscl.for the honors, Kaea Affords a a Idea. The Knox game Jat Saturday was more of a mud shower for the Cornhuskers than the stiff practice preparation Booth had hoped for. So far Nebraska has played four games, andMn two of these Booth's proteges have been forced to disport them selves upon a sticky gridiron. Knox put up a snappy, aggressive fight, and the Cornhuskers were forced to work for all they cot, but It was not such a game as Booth had wished. A dry field is an abso lute requisite to the development of a fast offense, whereas the Cornhuskers and their opponents f jund themselves plodding along at a snail's pace with at least two pounds of black Nebraska mud clinging to each foot. In many respects the game was fairly satisfying. Knox charged Nebraska's line aggressively, retaining the ball nearly a dosen times on downs, and ths Cornhusk ers defense was put to its only severe test of the season. Meanwhile Nebraska's of fensive tactics were a force which the col legians could not stay. Taylor and Cotton, the big men of Nebraska's line, rammed their way through the Knox forwards al most as they pleased and carried the ball many yards before being downed. Tackle masses als.? proved effective, Schmidt, Lit tle and Wilson, the halfbacks, being used to advance the oval on this formation. Michigan will present a much, beefier front than Nebraska next Saturday, but the con viction Is quite general In the Cornhusker camp that the offense of Booth's proteges will not prove wholly Impotent, and there are to be some badly misguided prophets at Nebraska If the contrary eventuates. Will Hastle Their Work. Booth is determined to drive his men at a fast pace In the practice this week. Only three .days can be devoted to scrim maging beforehe departure for Ann Arbor, 'but thwe wni be ho lagging and every mo- ment will be made to count. The strength- enlng of the defense Is to claim chief con sideration. Michigan's charges are noted for their rapidity and Nebraska will likely be forced to the limit In the effort to check Yost's speedy formations. The potency of Nebraska's defense, In fact, will have much to do with the final result. IT Booth's cohorts can hold at the crucial moment, one of the really stirring games of the year In western foot ball circles Is assured, for the Cornhusker offense is a force to be reckoned with In any forecast as to the Wolverines Workin Hard. ANN ARBOR. Oct. 15. -8pclal.) After the signal defeat of the strong Vander bllt foot ball team, probably the strongest team mat tne south has ever sent north to contest with a northern college team, the Wolverines are preparing for a hard week ot secret practice In anticipation of a hard game with Booth's Cornhuskers next Saturday. While the undergraduates, faculty and team claim to anticipate an easy victory for the Michigan team over Nebraska. Yost pretends not to share In their confidence. He said after the game with Vanderbilt Saturday: "Booth - Is evidently planning a surprise similar to that which he worked OMAHA MEN AND THEIR HOODIES AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA (ill "'it W'h iS? O. A. PALMER Relieving Victims of the Fire Fiend confidence has lost many a game for a su perior team. Nebraska Is striving for recognition in the big nine and would do anything to win this game or even to make a strong showing." CHICAGO NATIONALS Win FLAG Comlsky's White) 80s Go Diwa to Defeat la Last Game of Series. Played. Won. Lost. Chicago Nationals t 4 1 Chicago Americans 5 14 St. Louis Americans 7 4 3 St. Louis Nationals 7(4 CHICAGO. Oct. n score of 10 to 6, thus winning the champlon- uiiu. omiui was wua in n ina 15. The Chimin Km. tionals today won the fourth same out of five played In the post-season series bv a Was wild In the first Innln miu Aiirucic was sent in to relieve him. Welmer pitched great ball for a few In nings, but Urown was sent In to replace him. Both hit frequently, but the fielding if both teams was sensational. A crowd of lH.lil people witnessed the contest. Score: HUE Americans ... I 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 11 2 Nationals ....ft 1 0 0 0 0 I 0 110 11 1 Batteries: Americans, Smith, Altrock and Mcr'arland; Nationals. Welmer, Urown and Kllng. Umpires: Connolly and Johnstone. St. Loala Browne Win Championship. ST. LOUig, Mo.. Oct. 15.-After appar ently being hopelessly beaten the local Americans came from behind with, a rush in the eighth Inning of tne first game of today's double header and defeated the Nationals by the narrow maigin of one run. thereby tying the local Interleague championship series, 3 to 3. and enabling mem to capture mat nonor Dy annexing the second game, to 0. The first contest was bitterly fought, neither side overlooking a stratgetlc move. Howell was put out of the grounds for objecting to a decision. The second game was called at the end of the sixth on ac count of darkness. Attendance, 18.000. Score first ganie: RU E. Americans 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 07 IS t Nationals 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 03 8 3 batteries; Taylur and Grady; lelty, How ell, budnotf, and Bugden and Spencer. Score second game: R H E. Americans 0 0 0 0 3 03 7 0 Nationals 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 3 Batteries: Taylor and Grady; Howell and Spencer. locals belns: victorious bv a score of H to 1. The recent rains made the ground heavy, out me piay was exciting tnrougnouu Pitcher Parvla Dead. CARROLLTON, Mo., Oct. H.-Frank J. Parvin, once a well known base ball pitcher, died at the. home of his father In this city today cf tuberculosis, asred 85 years. Par- vln's last work was with the St. Joseph team m me vt estern league. MONOPOLY OF CITY SALOONS Los Ana-elea Cltlsens Offer to Bay All Saloons ! Install New Goth tnbnrg System. Ordinance to Be Passed Tonight Bsfnndiiif Qtntral Indtb ednsn Bonds. SEVENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS IN ALL Securities Hare Beea Draw lac Sis Per Ceat Interest Sloe SoTfa her. Five Years Ago. Whea They Wer Issaed. An ordinance refunding 370.000 of general Indebtedness bonds Is to be passed by the city council tonight. These bonds were Issued on November 1, 1900, and since that time have been drawing 6 per cent In terest The usual five years' option Is printed In the body of the bonds, and for the purpose of reducing the Interest the bonds are to be refunded at 44 per cent. There Is no trouble at present In selling South Omaha securities at this pwer rate of Interest, while five years ago ( per cent wag demanded by bond buyers. These re funding bonds also will bear the five years' option clause. A date for the receiving of sealed bids for these bonds will be set by the council tonight And an advertise ment for the sale of the bonds on the date determined og will be printed during the week. The city officials propose to refund out standing bonds Just as fast as the five years' option clause becomes effective on all bonds that are drawing more than per cent. In this way the annual levy made for the payment of Interest will be kept down. At present the city pays about $42,000 annually In Interest on bonds outstanding. This Interest account will soon be In creased on account of the Issuing of bonds for the paving of Twenty-fourth street. These paving bonds will draw Interest at the rate of 44 per cent, and should reach here this week for the signatures of the mayor and clerk. Joseph Koatsky Doing Nicely. Dr. John Koutsky said Sunday afternoon that his brother, Joseph, who was ope rated on Saturday fos appendicitis, was do ing aa well as could be expected. The operation was entirely successful, tne aoc tor said. He also stated that along towards th nd of the week the patient would Old Folks 3 -"-WALT UDPS ' . ft need plenty of nourishment and more than ordinary blood-forming elements. These they obtain in their highest form in fHEUSER-BUscy s jf VhK V TRADE MARK. The food in liquid form. This Predigested food-drink can be retained by the weakest stomach and new strength obtained from the first wine-glassful. Sold by all druggists and grocers. Prepared by Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis, U. S. A. OUR LETTER BOX. of his friends each day. It will probably be two weeks before Mr. Koutsky is able to leave the hospital. Registrars Named Toalght. Members of the city council are prepared to hand In a list of registrars tonight. The old lists have been thoroughly revised and an effort made to secure competent men for the positions. The first day of tegls- Twenty-flve prominent business men and tratlon will be Thursday, October ID, the capitalists of Los Angeles, advocates Of the second October 27 and the last November 4. Gothenburg system of saloon regulation, The same system as In the past will pre- held a conference recently and decided to vail. Voters will answer the usual quts Incorporate a company which shall offer to tlons and give their party affiliation. Nuw take In charge the entire retail liquor bUBl- registration books will be provided and the Flower Show Is t oniiiiti. OMAHA. Oct. 11. To the Editor of The Bee: Your editorial In this evening's Bee. suggesting the practicability of holding a flower show in the Auditorium this fall, la in line with steps that have already been taken by the Auditorium management, but I regret to say that It will be impossible to give a flower show, worthy of the name or the reputation of Omaha, this fall. In order to give a successful flower show It mnt likelv he stronc enough to see a few-Ms necessary for the florists who Intend ness of Los Angeles. For this privilege the company will offer to pay Into the treasury of the city the present revenue derived from the sale of saloon licenses 1190,000 a year and will close all but seventy-five of the 200 saloons registration of September 19 entirely Ig nored. All those desiring to vrjte at tne November election must register this fall. Rebekahs Will Attend., The Initiatory degree staff ' of Alpha to exhibit to have at least eight or ten months' notice of the event, so that they may grow the plants they wish to exhibit and make special preparations. About two months ago President' Nash and myself took this matter up and I consulted with the florists of Omaha and Council Bluffs I and found the situation as I have stated. I Plants cannot be carried from one exhlbl tlon to another, like horses, for they lose ! th!r frMhnea and vltnlltv tn some extent. and exhibitors want to show their plants In the best possible condition. ' I made a trip to Kansas City several weeks ago to consult with the manager of the flower show down there and I found that It would be Impossible to Induce foreign flor ists, even, to exhibit In Omaha without giving them several months' notice so that they could make special preparations for the event. Your editorial Is timely, however, and all right, for I found that the local florists will be willing (o fall in line for next year ftrf.kah lods:e No. 44 of South Omaha will Here is the proposition of the committee .tnfi th odd Fellow's arand lodge sesHlon of twenty-five men, who represent almost I at Nebraska City this week. This degree unlimited capital: .- . Pomnosed of twenty women and are .,, K ,.., . ,, The company will take the entire two nmfldni In exemDlifvlna the Introduction . ..... .... ... T.n...r. iiuiiuicu nuuon licenses issuea Dy me city .d Initiation of candidates. Bourn umana and pay the present revenue of $180,000 per members of the Rebekshs expect the degree annum, closing 126 of the saloons and run- I gtaff will do credit to the city and come nmg seventy-nve. .,v with the tronhy of honor. The rep- After having paid the license tax to the ,...nitivP to the arand lodge and the city the stockholders shall be entitled to a degree staffs will leave over the Missouri dividend not exceeding 6 per cent on the paclflo Tuesday mornlng.for Nebraska City, actual amount of their Investment, All the gpeclal cars will be provided for the Odd K...to . trni prr annum win ne Fellows and the KebeKAtis. paid Into the elty treasury for the purpose cltr, o..lp. of lessening taxation. . ,t,.,Ji. l- i.vi.lilnr il l r i laiiin'ii . i -'km everything can be put In shape for the finest and greater! flower show In the Au ditorium next fall ever seen In the west. J. M. GILLAN. Manager Auditorium. GRIFFITHS MAKES A STATEMENT Base-Ball Man Says Charges Against Hlsa Are Baseless. NEW YORK. Oct. 15.-Howard O. Orlf fltlis of the Jersey City Eastern League club, against whom charges of attempting to breax up the national base ball agree ment and to wreck the Southern league were recently made by President Kava naugh of the Southern league, issued a statement tonight. In It he says that at a meeting held lust night at the Imperial ho til, New York, of tne national board of arbitration 'of minor leagues, which was re quested by the national commission to In vestigate the charges, the complainant, Kavanaugh, failed to appear and that the charges were then presented by August Herrmann, chairman of the national com mission. There appeared before the board, in addition to Gintitlis, Edward Hanlon of Baltimore, Oeorge Tebeau of the Louisville club and C. J. Hauschaupt of the Indian apolis club, all of whom denied the charges under oath. In executive session T. H. Murnane, presi dent of the New England league, offered a resolution, which vas adopted, that It was w, ... i me unanimous opinion or tne noara mat "'"ul" lnrv- " " wouia the charges were unfounded. A copy cf sooner win this game than any that was ever played by a Nebraska foot ball team and he Is working every scheme and plan to accomplish this feat. "I do not take any stock In any of the reports which have been sent out from Lincoln, and I think that the small score . which have been made by the Cornhusker against the weaker teams so far this sea son are pert ot a well laid plan on the part of Booth to throw the student body at Ann Arbor off the track and they have surely succeeded, not only in convincing the students that they have no team at Lincoln, but they have forced that Idea Into my team. Nevertheless I am onto the game and will work the men hard In secret practice all week and try to take some of the overconftdence out of them. Over- s NEW PI IHJCATI9SS. m?M&H of tne Policy Holder How tha Overlords of Life Insur ance Oaln Vel Wealth fro.n the Common People. Fully Illustrated. In the Outober number of Human Life. Every policy holder should read tms number. Other leading article: Governor Harrtck .. vs. Ohio Kac Track Gamblers, "" Christian Science Impartially Investigated. Twenty Years In States Prison, by an Ex-Convict. Strenuous Life at the Nation's Gay Capital, by the author of Letter of a congressman tie. Roy Knabenshue. the Man Who riloa. All Finely Illustrated. Our magastne Is filled with true stone about true people. No other magasine like It. the testimony was prepared to be sent to the chairman of the national commission. IOWA ALIM.1I TEAM ORGANIZES Foot Ball Gam with 'Varsity Boy Will Bo Asasal Affair. IOWA CITY. Ia., Oct. IB. (Special Tele gram.) The alumni game this year will mark the first ot a series ot alumni gan.es which It Is believed will prove to be the occasion for a big annual reunion of the alumni of the State University of Ioms. After the game, late Saturday night, the members of the alumni team, which had succeeded in defeating the regulars, organ ized and elected Buck Morton, the famous While the courts have decided that na man ha a vested fight to sell liquor and that the police commission can revoke licenses without showing cause, we do not favor anything that savors of confiscation and would offer to buy the furniture and fixtures of every saloon now running at Poplar Gets Attention. The northern poplar of the north eastern states Is coming In for Increasing study by the forester and lumberman. Not so very long ago the wood of the popple was used for excelsior. Some two or three years ago the pulp manufacturer added It to the list of species of supply- her sister. Mrs. A. M. Gallagher. Tuesdsv evenlna: the Maccabees will gle a dancing party at Odd fellow's hall. Police Officer Jacob email is quite sick at ' ... j . .n.-.n ..1 his home. Twenty-seventh and H streets. " "l The police had an easy time Sunday, only ; " "'K " , " a couple of intoxicated men peing arresua. lain (nan mruusuuui mo uu,n,ro.rau Mrs. Frank Hart has returned from Ar- I states. It Is a rapid growing tree, with a their appraised value and would also ap- I kansaa, where she visited friends for three pronounced tendency to extend Itself on praise the good will, paying for the latter In Wwednertav evening there will be an eleo- oId fiM"- tnat a considerable area of tlon of church officers at the First Presby- unwooded land, tut-over lands and burned terian church. . I areas are comnlg up to a growth of pop- Doris, the young daughter or Dr. ana .hirh wm fiur. inmortantlv In the Mrs. William Berry, is suffering from an r . . ... . . attack of diphtheria. lumDering proDiems 01 ine regions in wnnyi vronertv owners are ufxing- Mayor , 11 occurs. ' Koutsky to get out the road machine and round up the streets before winter sets In. annual Installments over a series of years and out of the profits; the payment for good will being regarded as a purely moral and not a legal obligation Among the advantages of such a system compared with the p regent system. claimed by those Interested In the move. are: n First The reduction In the number of saloons from 200 to seventy-five. Second The closing of all saloons of the disreputable class and the strict compliance with law prohibiting the sal of liquor to SILENCE OF THE UPPER AIR Awesome Features ' of a Ballooa Voyage Three Miles Above the Earth. The recent balloon voyage of two TCng- they Bel- nonlntoxlcatlng I glum, was one of the highest on record. minors and drunken- men.' Third The sale of only absolutely nnra I Ilshmen In the Vlvienne JII., when liquor. I won a race In the air from Liege Fourth The sal of treasury, causing a very substantial re duction in the rat of taxation, or per mlttlng the Improvement of road 1 and parka and building or school houses to an extent not possible with present revenues. The amount of money at which the company will be capitalised waa not stated half back on the championship team of tne resolution, but leaders In the move IWkl rai.laln f .-vk .K. .. 1. . 1 1 . ' . ... . . WW A MACAU hfeT or t?AY Filled : with P.ctures Sc. On all Nuw Stands SPECIAL OFFER Bend HUMAN L1FS PL'S. CO., Boston. M t-cnt stamp and receive HUMAN LIFE for one year, beginning with the October number. W will also mail you the April. May, June, July, August and September numbars, while they last. making 19 months for only M eeots.' the Send V t-rent stamps today. l0u, captain for the coming year. All of the members of the team that won who were present, signified their intention of returning on thut occasion and many other former star will probably put In an ap pea ranee. Coach Chalmers will begin immediate preparations for the Minnesota game, fresco White will return to the game Juon uuy and the other changes In tne lineup, which were predicted last week, will ma terially strenstnen the HauKcya. A monster excursion, accompanied by the uni versity band, will go wltu the team to Minneapolis. - NEW DISCI'S THROW RECORD Martla J. Shcrldaa Makes Score of ISM fert S laches at Sew York. NEW YORK. Oct. 16 -Mrtln J. Sheridan, of the Irish-American Athletic club, all round champion of America, beat all rvcords at throwing the discus today, estab lishing a new world's record of l; feet, t inches. This throw was made at the game of the Irish-American Athletic club at Cel tic park. Long Island City, and was wit nessed by ovr i.fO spectators. felierkUit beat his best previous record of lii fee 11 Inches twice, his fimt throw being lJi feet, 1 Inch, and his third attempt he mad the longer distance. One of the features of the gam wss the appearance of J. W. Morton of the South London Harrlrrs, England's champion sprinter. He failed to qualify In the luO ards handicap from scratch ss he finished third in his trial and winners only quali fied. There was a special handicap dash at 130 yards in which he also atarted from scratch, the handicaps being llmlied to five feet. The British runner won this event In twelve seconds, beating Lawson Robert son of the Irish-American Athletic club. drirks and the preference given such I the altitude maintained being three mile drink over intoxicating liquors. I "It was dry when we started," said one Fifth The discouraging as far as possl- I of tne aeronauts, Stanley Spencer, "but ble of the treating habit. - I when we had reached a height of t.000 feet Sixth The entire elimination of the orl- I rln began to fall heavily, aoundlng like vste saloonkeeper and hi organization I tn rattle of bullet on the case of the from local politic. I balloon. At t.000 feet, however, we got Seventh The large Increase obtained tn above the clouds and out of the rain. the revenue of the city resulting from Here th velocity of the wind was much all the profit being paid Into the oity I greater, and we found that the higher we ascended tne greater was tne wind force, until at our highest point three miles, which was reached after the sacrifice of a great deal of ballast it was blowing nearly fifty mile an hour. The effect of the cloud below us as we ascended in the brilliant sunshine was marvelous. They stretched away as far as the eye could see, a striking panorama ot snow-white billows. Far above us, again, was another stratum of clouds, of oft. fleecy appearance." The coldest part of the ascent was when they were passing through the masses of clouds, but as they got higher Into the direct ray of the bright sunshine it be came much warmer, so that they wer again able to throw off their fur coats. As the balloon passed from one fiercely blowing current of wind Into the oppo site, the shock was such that the balloon swayed violently, and It seemed as though the car must be overturned. "A w were rushing along the silence was Intense," continued Mr. Spencer, "but as we passed over the Ironworks districts of Belgium and Germany we could dis tinctly hear the peculiar roar of the blast furnace and the clanging of the steam hammers, although w were three miles above them. "For the first time In th history of ballooning we were able to enjoy hot food and drink on this trip. V took up with us tins of prepared coffee, soups and meats, which by a chemical preparation In tin can be heated limply by admitting th air through hole mad In th outer case." London Express. ment say It will be ample to cover all needs. The twenty-five men who, it is expected, will form the company represent probably 1100,000.000 at a conservative estimate. Members of the council say that If the proposition Is formally submitted to the city g special election probably will be held and the voters will be given an op portunity to express an opinion on the merits of theGothenburg system. Los Angeles Herald. It occur. The forest service ha received a large number of applications for advice relative to the management of forest lands con taining stands of popple, and in conse quence Is making a detailed commercial study of the several species, with special attention to the reproduction, growth rate, market value and quality tor pulp and excelsior use of each. In addition, the study will keep In view possible fresh uses for the popple and ways of preventing th Injury of popple stands from fire. Paale Averted. In case of constipation, peritonitis, etc., panic Is averted by curing yourself with Dr. King's New Life Pllls-25c. For sale by Sherman & McCoi.nell Drug Co. Bee Want Ads Produce Results. Colorado Man Killed la Mexico. GUANAJATO, MeV- Oct. IB George Col vln Met, a mining man connected with the Juanaglatu Consolidated company and a recent arrival from Colorado, was in stantly k'lled by a premature explosion of dynamite in the De La Sierra mine. No others were killed or injured. The damage to the mine wtll not be great. Hrlnso Bays Savings Bank. Bl'TTE, Mont., Oct. 16. The control of the State Savings bank, one of the most prominent banking Institutions of the northwest, psssed Into the hands of F Augustus lielnse and M. Sellers Lsrgey yesterday. No definite statement is to be had as to the amount of money Involved tn the transaction. One Dollar's Worth of Advertising. (TT One doller -Mliivertlain Lyoas Defeat Baaeroft. LYONS. Neb.. Oct. li.-Spectal -The Lyons High school foot ball tsam defeated the Bancroft foot ball team In this city today by a score of 11 to . Rain and niud Interfered with fast play although there were many Interesting features. The end runs of Alfred Turevn were sensa tional as well a the live smashes of th barks. Tureen mad the first touchdown front which Morlry Pearson kk ked goal. lWt Half Back O'Connor made the second touchdown. ' Hassholdt Wis) Basket Ball Gasaa. HUMBOLDT, Neb.. Oct. IS. Special. V The second basket ball game of the Daw-on-HumLoldt stria was lulled off on the kuiue giuund strday atlvrnoou. ir vorth of 10 !n Me- ,CLuHE'S MAGAZINE pull ing the goods out of store is better than two dollars' worth of drummer pushing them in. The pull of the ad it better than the puh of the drummer. The manufac turer making an article for which people would gladly ask by name can reach this constituency by displaying his goods tn the form of an advsr tiaement in Me-CLURE'S-ihe Market place of the World. 8. S. MeCLURE COMPANY, 44-40 East 22d Street NiiW YOU A Jadleles laqalry. A well known traveling man who visits th drug trade say he has often heard druggists Inquire of customers who asked for a cough medicine whether it was wanted for a child or for an adult, and It for a child they almost Invariably recom mended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The reason for this la that they know there la no danger from It and that It al ways cures. There 1 not th least danger In giving It and for coughs, cold and croup It la unsurpassed. Marder la First Dearer. MAYSV1LLE. Mo.. Oct. 15.-Martln Pauls grove, charged with the murder of Miss Mary Newman,' his sweetheart, a school teacher tn Andrew county, Missouri, last January, was today convicted of murder tn the first degree. The jury had been out forty-eight nours. Girl's Assnllaat Released on Road. RATHDRUM. Idaho. Oct. 15 -(Special Telegram. ) J. D. Lewis, the negro who as saulted Mary Blley, a Council Blurts, la., stenographer, has been released on S2.5n bonds until the girl recovers sufficiently to prosecute. rhyslrlaa Gnllty of Manslaaarhter. ADA, I. T., Oct. 16. Dr. Davenport, a physician of Oakman, I. T., was yesterday convicted of manslaughter. He shot and killed William Gaines, a mall carrier. In a quarrel over some neighborhood gossip. Earthquake la Jamaica. KINGSTON. Jamaica. Oct. 15.-Another earthquake shriek was felt at 1:46 this after noon, lasting for -nearly a minute. It was oppressively hot before the shock took place. Syria) Mepahlloaa .ah The Tenth Ward Syrian Republican club was organised Snturday evening at Thir teenth and William streets. O. D. Ablon as elected president. Another meeting :i h calla.1 sou a. mmm mi Banqutt VVl Hall Clum T The prlc la 10 cent. 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