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TTTF. OMAHA DAILY nr.E; WKTIXESTIAY. MARCH 21, 1!XW.
STJLflriS MAS IS Hlf.II f.lN
Charles' Spencer Misses 8ii Out of Two
-...t Hundred and Ten., . .
LEAD flRSf ;DAYVAT THE BIG SHOOT
i The-armual amateur tournament of tha
mang uun chid opened at mt ciuu grounus
at the cait end of tha Douglas street bridge
Tuesday morning, . with thirty-three shoot
erm prtwnt. Several . mora arrived during
he day and- man more are expected
1 Wednesday. " the' weather warms' up and
makes', shooting more agreeable. The shoot
WHl be for three; days and cracks from all
over the country are present, the club hav
ing atdod 70 in cash,
KiVd C. Whitney was acting as cashier
and general advisory board for the shoot,
which Insured that rverthlng would be run
right up. to the. handle.. The shooting was
at targets only, as the present laws have
put a stjOp jo. Jive bird (hooting. The target
events were for amateurs only, although
the professionals and experts "were wel
comed to ahoot'for target. . , . ,
i The glistening snow -made big scores out
of tht question, although soma remarkable
apores 'were lade, considering the condi
tions. . , i ;
,'. m a r '
Charles Spencer of St. Louis was high
gun for the, day with 204 out of a possible
1M. Billy Hoon of Jewell, la., and William
Veach -ere'tled for second place at 302. K.
R.' Barber, who won the grand preliminary
und American handicap nt. Indianapolis last
year, ' and ''William " Croaby were .tied for
third at ISO. Barkle? of Chicago and George
Carter of Lincoln were fourth at li8. '.Car
ter was lending at the liiflth bird, but (hen
liigiin to miss out and lunilf'd In fourth.
tkfOiKe1 f ax well, the world's champion ore
arrii shot Was among the three tied for
fifth' plnoe; ivmking 19a birds. '".''
' The .shoot this uftvrnoou will be fir tha
T. ' J. Combs Interstate championship
trophy,' fifty targets por, man. The" trophy
Is now held by- F..A., JVeatherhead .of Red
Oak, la., Vho won It at the last slio'jt held
In Omaha -by hitttyg 74 out of ' It in a
diver' lot-trig cup,, mounted,, and Is a ery
b autlful trophy.
' ' " Tb Scores' for (lie Day. ' '
.' i- 15 1518 16 UO 20 15 15 30 at
fcneneer 15 15 14 16 ID 19 20 15 12 f 20-204
Huon 15 15 14 14 1 19 ) 2o 14 15 19 18202
Veach 15 14 15 14 80 19 19 19 14 14 19 Uft202
Barber .j.14 14 15 13 20 20 19 1816 15 18 U 199
Crosby i ....i.14 16 15 15 19 18 19 19 14 15 20 16199
iiarkley ...rfu.16 15 14 IS 17 17 18 20 14 14 2019-108
'Uu-ter ...... ..14 15 U 15 19 19 20 19 13 14 18 17198
Jtelhl .. . J. . . M 11 14 16 19 20 19 IS 14 14 3) 17 1
Wettthurh'd,.ll 15 14 15 17 19 20 20 VI 14 18 h-VM
Maxwell U 1.1 14 16 17 20 20 18 13 14 2018 195
Oottlelb ....H 1214 15 11) Hi IB 19 15 14 19 19195
Htannard i.l.'. l U 18 li 1W 18 19 15 11 19 20193
Kogers V.14 JH1414 11 19-18 19 14 15 17 15 190
Knitter '..IT. in 3 1.1 1lt 1U 11 1u U 1.1 ID ta itta
Vermllya ji.;;U 14 13 14 17 19 18 19 14 14 IS 1 189
lowiiHend ...13 15 13 12 19 19 14 19 14 14 18 19 1K9
Thorpe .......14 14 13 14 19 19 17 IN 14 12 1817 1X9
JJftidd .'...S.:U Y&44 13 1 19 IS 111 13 1217 15 1W
Unelertnan "..1412 1512 il 17 19 18 14 13 18 15 1M
I lards .-,l 1314 U 18 Hi 17 1913 1219 19183
JHz millions. 14 13 13 14 19 K) 14 li; 13 14 19 1(-184
: AMxmiK 11 14 12 M 17 17 19 19 12 14 18 17 1M
. MJIIeiv. JA2 16 12 13 Ui Id 17 17 13 II 18 1 183
MampI 14 11 14 13 17 Hi 17 17 13 13 17 &-182
.Vtetnieyep. ..13 13 13 12 16 171519 11 18 17 18-177
.'Wilson- .VwV.-.13 ID 13 10 17 17 18 17 14 14 19 15-177
f,atrh,; ..u.. :M IS 18 44 IB It) 1815 13 10 18 13-172
.H' lill . ...4t..,12 14 14 11 18 W1714 12 12 14 17-168
H-.ltsl6i . l14 13 f4 11-17 14 17 13 10 1013 14 1V)
.Mann .M 13 13 7 I 9 1314 914141S -119
.ia: . l'l M 14 J 17 1111413 1317
t 'lui It . lu inn litn. . .. .
fwiv .. .'. w-.'i.ji'ioioiiii is: :-!:;
Olff-n : ' .. , ... 14 11 1 iRi'
" - - - ' ' . . , ' ..--
K ,-,r Boivrt-ra fr Mi1svlllr. ' "
i .Sf.MKfV I.v oMtuivli :U.-Bn!iir.l-.Jl,li
"Ani-H Iwwliiig t'-mii. tltid'T the n'nn:i.w
nicnL of jiilin Kiiuzh-v' W 'MiIh' - f iv. 'Nl
Uwf evnln T".r 1'iilViriKt Kv., i.v i-iter
.'In niMtertiiil touriiainfnt. "-Tile tcferii li oorn-I'Osi-d
r.f Cliailrw: Mr1 rw -V:- It. .frtflln
I Jt.'4n r.Mnittonlii r?-. Jotln -Akin 'Vhd K '.O.
"The V-iim i "-onsidn ert our nf thn !
nntinw ia. lit i..wa. 11 'KIM enter 'In .tall I
. n MrnP. rilf.- n'rvfriltTl li,!ti.i r,rtcmt
fhv' twn-inn ti m t otuest aiid lil'indlvidiiHl
ixiiufcu-Wf-' hoal year the Amen team carried
i.rt :i-( prize li? all the different went at
the sun.- tournament held at Hfoux Clly.
, TliA on "wori the. four trophies offered
and ivIKa :slx at the twenty-two -money
lnues. conirt' who s ' member,' of tha
,t.m this, year, won the singles! Ames
Won first in the five-men' team contests
two-niert. i-riitHi. xingles and high In
dividual iteriifr,' of the tournament. Coftln
won the cup offered for singles by a total
aCore of'flft and an iiVeidge pf 208.
' . "rtipsnn'a Base Ball Nehednle.
..U'AtA'. f-tTr. la.. Alaich' 30.-(Speclal.)-base'.lMjJ.'nien.
have . already begun
work at,fmpoi.cnllege. In.the gymnasium.
A large soUHd j ,1 to be practicing, reg
ularly and , there is, apparently, the pro.,
.pect ofa good team: The schedule for the
season, has bean announced as follows:
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April 1st. :'
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office treatment Write for Home
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of testimonials. , f r v ,
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"Office Hours-- a m. to p. m., even-
ngn: Mondays, Wednesdays and.Balur
rU.Ys,.t tw u, iu-i buudays 10 a. iu. to
,. la to .kaat
' ( ' Day.
Arril 20. 4VP. C. C. at InHnola: April 28,
PI. N'onns nt Indlanola: May 2. I'nlverslty
of floiilli Dnkotw nl lndlnnola: Mav 4. Anics
at liullanoln ; Mny 9. Ames at Ames: May
10, Vi at 'Cedar Hnplrl!; May 25. OrtnnHI
at Orinnell; May 28, Orlnnll at Orlnrcli;
Msy 29. 8talp unh-'Tsltv at Inwa City; May
St., Stat Normal at Cedar Falls.
mi.MAnnnT piTif off tik
roatxeakarai and firm a rest Karh'n
fr4 WrlarKt 1r Blat Scores.
' CrIICAOO. Mnrrh 2". The pintw of th
riecesxary thrr to declda the trlpla tie In
the amateur Millard championship for sec
ond honors were played today. A a re
sult' J. F. PoKR-enburg of-New Tork and
Calvin rw-nmrest of Chicago will play tha
deciding (ranie tomorrow and Harry V right
of Ban Francisco, third n-.an In the triple
tie, will hove to lie satlxtled with fourth
prise and the honor of. having made the
hlph run of the tournament.
Wright was defeated by both Demarest
and Poggenhurg today, Temarest defeating
the Ban Francisco man ") to 92, while
Poggenhurg beat him SOft to 114.' Poggen
hurg and Wright were tied for the .single
high. average prise of the tournament, 1ft-12-18,
and .this trophy goes to Poggenhurg
by reason of his victory today. Demarest
In. his gnme with Wright today surpassed
the single high average by nearly a point,
but as It was not made In a reigular sched
uled gamo It does not count.-
In his game with Wright Poggenburg's
high run wns 80 and his average 11-14-liJ.
Wright's best score, was 25 and his average
4-10-28. . Summary:
1 Tfltal. Run. Average.
roggeuliuig '. ; .- 80 ll-14-2
Wright 114 26 4-10-26
In the first game for the play-off of the
tie, for second place In the amateur bil
liard tournament today Calvin Demarest of
Chtcago defeated H. 'A'. Wright of San
Francisco by a score of 300 to 92. Demareat
made runs of 47, 78 and 30 and his average
was 17-11-17, which waa the highest made
during the tournament. It will not, how
ever, give him the prise for tha high aver
age, because the game-was not played In
the ' regular tournament. The score:
"1 Total. Rim- Average.
DO) 78 17-U-17
92 7 5-7-17
ARREST IW TXSEBAIM CAK
Mother of Dead Prise Fighter Charges
eTen Men with Killing; Her Hon.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 10. Mra.i
Ra.'.hael Tcnnebaum today swore to a com
plaint before' Judge Cubanlss charglnE
Frank J. Nell, Murk . . Bhaughenessy,
Timothy Mcnrath. WHliam Roche. Thomas
Burke. James Kelly and John R. Frane with
killing and slaying without, ma lice- on the
night of February 28-her son,. Harry Tenne
baum, during u glove contest held at tho
Mechanics piivlllon. .
Herbert ChernlHky, attorney for the
Yosemlte club, requested to be allowed
further time to prepare his case, but Judge
Cabaniaa declined to permit delay and took
tip the case of Nell, McOrath, Kelly and
Dr. Kusicli, autopsy surgeon 'to the'
coroner, was called to the stand and re
Iterated the ' testimony given by him at
the preliminary hearing.
Owing to the absence of Police Lieuten
ant McManus, who was present -at' the
light, further hearing of the case was post
poned until Thursday morning.
I'JTIVERSITV DEFEATS . BEL1.E VI E
lilnculn Players Decidedly Outclass
. Tholr Opponents. ,
The'basKet ball game between the ITni
vernlty of Nebraska und Bellevue college
at Oermanla hall last night proved a rather
uninteresting affair, the "if" team having
everything practically -Its own. way. The
final score atood 35 to 27 In favor of the
university. In spots and putches there
was aome lively playing, which kept the
galleries on tiptoe and cheering throughout
the game. Tho attendance waa good. .
Ready for the Diamond.
The Omaha Cooperage' base ball learn
held a meeting Monday .night at the reii
dene" of Frank Alley and reorganised for
the coming season. Officers alected were:
J "rank Alley, manager: August Zelbcll, Jr..
eeretary: George Emery, treasurer, and
Vernle Porn cuptaln. Teams desiring game
Fhould write to August Zelbell, ,4r 3145
South ' Eighteenth street., or tetephoim
Pouglas 4319. The team will start the "
son . with this lineup: Henry, left : field;
W. Denny, center -field; Bxldwln.. vlgiit
fh.-W: Pterson. hhnrtstop: Emerv.. . thiid
hase; Ray, second basei MullIn. flrat base;
Zeibell, catcher: ,Dorn and Denny, pitcher.
...':' r " I ' 'l 1 .
Aatomnblle Rselag Board.
; NKW ,TOHK. March , 20. Tl;e following
will constitute the1 Jrfng Tioard of the
American Aufomobfl 1 asaoelaiton for the
-yar Iftsi!-4 ' ...,' . ' -
''. Jefferadn1 De' Mont Thompson, chairman:
William K. Vanderbilf jr.., E, Riiaaell
Walter Taylor. A. Ci.
8. M. Butler. H. -I;. Howden.
Boston: R. Lincoln IJppItt, Providence;
Fmnk . Webb. New. York: Ira ti. Colic,
Chicago; George L. Weiss, Cleveland; E. IT.
R. Oreene, Dallas, Texas; Dr. w. H. -Berg-
told. Denver; L. P. -Lowe. San Franclsto.
Pnlllam ' AnnoaneM Contracts.
NEW, YORK. March 20-President'Pulllam
of the National league today announced
the following contracts:
With Chicago Edward M. Reulnacn,
Harrv Stcinfeldf; Robert Wicker, John J.
Kvers. Charles A. Miller, Carl L. Lundgren,
John F. McCormlek. I.. O. Smith, Peter J.
Noonan. Fred L. Beebe, OHcar E. Knolls,
Wlllard Dodge and Claude Roihgeb.
With Brooklyn J. H. Doscher,- H. H.
Gessler and John 3. McCarthy.
With i'lttsDurg samuti ieever.; ,.
A -basket ball team to play on horseback
Is being oi'ltaniied by Fred Bourk' at the
ReDorts from each, of the sixteen .teams
training-. In the south are that each is sure
to be a pennant winner. It Is this difference
of opinion which makes the gam good.
TwO' of the twenty players on the Chi
cago National -if am nan irom cnicago.
Omaha can claim to have produced almost
that many ot them. . ,-. , -
President Ebhets of the Brooklyn team
sold a player last, week, leaving 111 111 but
thirty-nine regulars; but with this scarcity
It is mild he Is willing to trade a dozen or
so of them for a good pltchar.
The sale of drinks has been prohibited
In the building where the bowling tourna
ment will be held.--Judging from their
names, this will go hard oil the 8 tors and
Krug teams, which represent Omaha.
One week from Tuesday la- the date set
by Jda'nager Kelley of the Minneapolis team
aa me uj,r-niiiB v. m. tiniuiniK fiBiTi in
Omaha. The snow on the ground today
don't look much that way. but still the
weather man lias pronusea better days.
The basket hall teams from the Univer
sity of Nebraska and Bellevue will have
the pleasure of playing on a clay field this
evening at Oermanla hall. A layer of
earth has been placed in the arena for the
benefit of tho riding school and the game
undoubtedly will be much faster than It
ould be on the slippery -noors. The Ne
braska team Is on its way- north to play
with Minnesota and other minor schools.
PLEA FOR NO BLOODHOUNDS
Protest Offered by Colored Cltlsea oa
This Means of Snpnreaslnaj
.. (hlcken Stealing;.
At least one cltlsen of Omaha has been
found to oppose the spirit and body of the
Northwest Protective . association organ
ised by citlsens In the northwest part of
the . city, primarily for the suppression of
chicken stealing. '
' Incidentally the association hit up - the
plan of employing two experienced .Vootl
hounds of voracious, appetites aa pne means
of accomplishing their purpose. .
The cltlsen opiKtng ihls organisation U
colored, fie appeared at a meeting of the
Druid Mill Improvement ciuo at. Thirtieth
and Spalding streets Monday night, where
the matter was under consideration.
"I don't approve of any such corporeal
punishment," he said - In ' characteristic
words. "I . don't believe many chickens
have been stolen anyway and it don't seem
right to cast such a stigma upon the good
name of our fair city by giving the Im
pression that any of our citlsens hav to
be protected by bloodhounds. Bloodhounds
are relics of I rbarism; this Is an- en
lightened age. 'Course I don't believe In
stealing chickens, but I tbtnk running down
your neighbor with bloodhounds is bad
.The orator whs Interrupted by a snicker
or two. ....
" 'Spos dem bloodhounds gets on de trail
of the wrong man, what's you goln" to do
then? Let 'em -eat up a Innocent person,
I reckon. They ain't no Justice in that."
Nevertheless the bloodhound proposition
maintains Its equilibrium in the aualea of
puUic-oplnlou la that end ot town.- -
BOWLERS POSTPONE ELECTION
American Oonaew Adjourni Until Today
Without Selecting OfBoen.
MOVE TO SHORTEN TOURNAMENT TO WEEK
Secretary Karnff Recommends that
Dark Pin and Candle Bowlers and
Canadian and Meiloaa C'laha
LOiriSVILLK. Ky., March 20. Without
electing' officers or voting upon a city for
holding the next convention, the American
Bowling congress this evening adjourned
until tomrrow. President Haofer of Lou
isvllle.'in addressing the convention, recom
mended that future tournaments be con
fined to at least one week.
Secretary Karpff recommended that the
"duck pin" and the "candle" bowlers be ad
mitted to the congress, as well us the clubs
of Canada and Mexico. He recommended
also that the congress be more careful
about accepting entries for the tournament.
Treasurer Pasdeloup's report showed re
ceipts for the year of $1,814 and disburse
ments of 11.247.
A move by the, SL Louis delegates to set
aside the regular order of business and pro
ceed to the selection of the next convention
city waa defeated . by a two-thirds vote,
which Is taken aa showing Philadelphia's
strength in the contest for the tournament.
Albert Balti of Philadelphia appears to be
leading In the race for president, with Rob
ert. H. Bryson of , Indianapolis a close sec
ond. , 1
A special set . of two-men teams opened
the day's, sport at the national bowling
tournament, today. This squad was mnde
up of teams which, owing to the disarrange
ment of the regular schedule, had not hecu
able to appear before.
The scores of the special set were:
Gruff and Cooper. Indianapolis 1.W3
Root and C7.h1I, Toledo ' l.nos
Knowland and Prouty. Cleveland I.1.I8
Krug and Klamp, Milwaukee 1,0W
Arnheim and Lempert, Toledo fl
Bierhous and FJautcher, Milwaukee 1U1
' Scores of Regular Trams.
The ten highest teams In the Hist squad
bowling under' the regular two-man sched
ule' finished with the following scores:
Pflueger and Pfluegef, Cincinnati 1.214
Crupperrhon and Bose, Cincinnati 1,115
Frlsp and Coopersmith. Detroit.., l.w?
Cole and Hurach, Des Moines 1,;8
Goettlemau and Goettelman, Buffalo....l,ti8
ivoetmgen and Criiesten, Chicago...
Falkner und Falkner, BulTalo
Sutton and Phyle, Youngstown, O.
Zemlck and Moh'-bach. CliienKO ....
Button and Janaen, Belleville
The ten highest In the second
Squad of'two-mon teams finished as fol
lows: ' .
Maurer and Standert. Belleville, 111.
McCauley and SHvers, Des Moines...
Seigle and Horn berg. Chicago
Dle.bel and Welsh, Youngstown, O..
Beardsley and Klusker. C'hlcago
KumnT and Summers. BulTalo
Ludwlg and Brennan. Chicago
F.ich and Kohle. Buffalo 1.023
Kumff aad Degan, Buffalo -...1.017
Kelly and McNulty, Chicago 1.009 J
Beat Individual Scores.
Among the best Individual scores for the
K. KunifT. Buffalo
J. L. Whitmarah. Detroit .....
H. Rose. Cincinnati ".
V. Degan, BulTalo
A. P. Root. New York
J. Pf!eug"r. Cincinnati
P. Peth, Chicago
E. Tillman. Chicago
A. .Marsh, Springfield, 111
J. Rofendahl. Chicugo
' - Five Men Team Scores.
. - The lending contestants In the first group
of IH-e-man teams tonight were:
Gorinrds, Saginaw. Mich..
Puftvs, St. iAiuia
fichlndlers NO. 2, Chicugo.
Cabanna, 81. Louis
Hchlndlera No. 1, Chicago
Doi riH, Si. Paul
All Stars, Detroit
l';..I..'i 2,t3 J
The high teams in the necond group of
flve-man teams tonight were: '
St.-Josephs, St. Joseph. Mo
Sands' Dreamlands, Cleveland
lke View Alley Keepers. Chicago.
White Seals, St. Louis
Haulers' Stars. Chicago
Blats Wieners. Milwaukee
Wright & Abbs, Detroit
Halls. Chicago ...
OMAHA BOWLERS ARE 0. I1AM1
Confident of netting In on Prlae
!,. ',' Money. ,,
TOriSVILLK. Ky., March 20.-(Specinl
Telegram.) The Omaha bowlers who will
take part lu the Blxth annual national
bowling tournament now running in this
city arrived today and are extiiessing
themselves as confident of getting awuy
with a good bunch of the prize money.
in the party were ten men, comprising
two five-men teams, the Krug Pnrks and
Stors Blues. The Krug Parks shoot Thurs
day and the Stors Blues the following day.
The bovs stopped off on their way at Si.
Louis and came on with a largo delegation
of Mound City bowlers.
One change resulted In the standing of
the leaders In the various event-4 today.
Joe and Jack Pflueger, two Cincinnati
brothers, going to the front In the doubles
with 1.214. The Centurys No. 1 and
IjeonarJ Vandorsyde. both of Chicago, lend
the five-men and Individual events with
2,794 and 643, respectively.
LOW RATES FOR "LABORERS
Cheap Fares Pnt tn by Great West
ern During; March nnd
The Chicago Great Western has an
nounced some low labor rates for parties
of ten or more to be effective between the
terminal points of that road In March an I
April. The great demand for laborers In
many of the leading centers of the country
has caused a large movement of laboring
men,' and to help out this class the Great
Western has announced these rates. They
apply In aT-her direction and are: Between
Omaha and Chicago per capita, I0.40; be
tween Kansas City and St. .Paul, $5.75; be
tween ; Omaha ' and St. Paul. $5.15, and
between Kansas City and Chicago, M.25.
The Nye-Schneider-Fowler Elevator com
pany has announced that l.V) men will be
required at the new elevator site as soon
as work can open out.
NOT CRIPPLE, BUT IMPOSTER
Mendicant's Affliction la a
and He Goes to Jail
Thomas Ryan proved to be a bogus crip
ple when arrested Monday afternoon by
Detectives Donohoe and Mitchell and taken
to the city Jail for Investigation. An exam
ination of the man proved the arm he Har
ried In a sling was aa sound as any arm
and that the ey he had patched up was In
good condition. Ryan's bent carriage was
also assumed for the occasion. When the
detectives told the police Judge their story,
Ryan was Sentenced thirty w ,ys. The
Judge also told the prisoner the next time
he cam up in the police court he had belter
inquire whether the proposed work house
had been started.
Chasaborlaln'a Cssgk Remedy a
"W prefer Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to any other for our children." says Mr. L.
J. Woodbury of Twining. Mich. "It has
also don th work for us In hard colds and
croup and w tak pleaaur In rocmmnd
Q'JR LETTER BOX.
The Mqanre Ileal No. 3.
CHAPXKS TOWN. W. Vs.. March 19 To
the Kdttpr of The Hee:' Thoughtful men.
In legitimate business, will endorse certain
propositions. For example:
1. Rallrnnds should hi' restricted 'to . th
business of a carrier.
2. They should mil compete, nnd competi
tion would not be nteiled If they were
properly reulatrd. '
3. It Is unfortiinnte that the roads Were
not originally so projected that each trunk
line, with Its ff.t.rs, would serve different
territory, each hauling cars from qther
4. If the captains of railroad finance
would co-operute In. good faith merger
und the exchange of bonds and stocks
W'ould enable each, system to get out of'
the other's territory, and congress mav si
legislate that the captain of railroad
finance will co-operate to accomplish e.ich
a result. The outcome would be nationali
sation: vis.,- all roHds unilT a central
manngement. - " ,
B. Railroad revenue should be llinlted to
the amntint resulted for orfeiating expenses
plus interest on eupiial furnished.
In Its present temper the public IS willing
to continue paying 12 per cent oil all The
capital which has ever gone Into railroads,
but the public-is not willing to increase
the amount applicable to interest unless
new and additional capital la actually In
vested. Painstaking ability can wring out
water equitably. It Is practicable to ascer
tain approximately how much Individuals
contributed and how much the public Itself
contributed: towlt, the land, etc.. con
tributed by congress, states, counties and
cities. For example, the roads cost $6,000,
00.000, the public contributed $2,000,000,000,
leaving $4,000,000,000 furnished by individuals.
Tho public should not be milked to. pay
Interest on that part of the cost which the
public itself paid for, hence capitalization
should be limited "to the $4,COO,OOo,otj fur
nished by individuals.
5. Must of the problems perplexing traffic
otricials will vunlHh If rouds do not com
pete and If revenue la limited to operating
expenses and Interest on capital furnished.
7. A tribunal of Impartial ami competent
men, giving undivided time to accomplish
a square deal, cun within a few years work
out the result here indicated without dis
turbing any legitimate: business, and water
holders have no iiiofiU and Icsa legul oluim
on the public. '.
8. This program Wuuld llbernle the press
and take railroads out of politics. T"nles
they ore taken cut of politics our-republican
government will perish.
We have said notjilng that is not being
said privately by the ablest men now in
public life, otlier than railroad attorneys.
Conditions ute aa' tht y are because talent
Is apt to be tndolent unless reward offers,
and, while rull roads' are potential In poli
tics, Intellectual ncn of robust integrity
lack motive for long continued effort in
this behalf. But. Uuinks, and thanks nlone
to such men as Megm-s. Bacon, Cowan and
Call and to tlie owners of such papers as
the Milwaukee Free Press and The Omaha.
Beo, the present nio'vonicnt has gained
enough headway to convince politicians
that, as regards the next election, loyalty
to the common interest will be a surer
road to popular fuvor than ' servility to
corrupt Influences, and LaFollette's career
has demonstrated that, the rank and ' fjle
will rally to men who defy the railroad
lobby, in fact, tlys more intelligent me
chanics und farmers are already beginning
to : comprehend that politics is 'managed,
and most of the press conducted, with a
view to prevent-honest legislation, and it
cannot be doubted that sufficient effort
will solidify the masses' west and south
against..the politicians who have been
sacrificing tlie common .interest to obtain
support from tne.special interest. Tho
average voter cautit understand why. pres
ent party Uadcrs arold discussing revenue
for water, but; V;e)y . little teaching will
make him understand;' that Uo contributes
to interest on wtor whenever he buys
any thing" at ."a sfora," and educated men,
who feci concern tpf the" common 1nten.it,
should use every T.opjjortiiuHj-. to -Instruct
the more intelligent mechanics and farm
ers on this subject?.' It la especlully Im
portant to make th,i rank and file compre
hend that the craftiest men living arc
employed to represLI auch facts as are. hern
published. -' J. M. MASON.
THREE YEARSIN LINCOLN
Sentence Given Colored' Mnn Who
Breaks Into Stars nnd
George Ashford, colored, charged ' with
breaking Into the! Stars and Stripes saloon
at Thirteenth und Douglas streets on the
night of February : 23, pleaded guilty be
fore Judge Sutton Tuesday morning and
was sentenced to Urce years In the peni
tentiary. Depnty County Attorney Shot
well recommended leniency, as he said the
case was not an aggravated one. Ashford
was caught In the saloon by a police of
ficer. At the solicitation of Attorney W. W.
Dodge, Judge Sutfrih has promised to re
consider the sentence of ten years given
to J. B. Robinson Monday. Robinson
pleaded guilty to attacking M. P. MeCluhg,
a drug qlerk at Twenty-first and Cuming
streets and striking lilm several times with
a brick. Judge Sutton has agreed If Rob
inson Is able to show a good character to
take the sentence,.,, under consideration
again with a view to lightening It In cane
the conditions warrant such a course.
DIAMONDS Fr;iiser. 16th and Dodge.
MUCH MEAT J-OR THE ARMY
Lively Movement In Shipment of Sop
' piles for Moldlera In th
A lively movement has been on for sev
eral days In the shipment of commissary
supplies to San Francisco from Omaha, for
transshipment to Manila, for use of the
T.'nlted States army In the Philippines.
Saturday Captain T. B. Hacker, purchasing
commissary, T'nited States army, for1 this
point, directed the shipment of 15,0u0 pounds
of bacon from the. Swift Packing com
pany. Next Saturday there will be shipped
from the Cudahy Packing company 7.J00
cans of corn beef, 8,QO0 cans of roust
beef and 2,1ft) cans of beef tongue. Con
tract awards were, made Monday with the
Cudahy company for 10,0u0 pounds of dry
salt hams and bids were opened for 5,400
five-pound cans of lard, all for the Phil
ippines. THtnt ARK COST aHIKTS) AND
UT THINK IS ON IV ONI
mlllTONTHC Last t IT MCSNS)
SldHTNIIt, rlTMIt, WMITK
NEnS AHO COLO. filTNIM '
I.eO AND MORS
"ON AND Orr LlKK A COAT"
CUJfTT. MABODT A CO. TROT, M. T.
SALE TO TRUST CONFIRMED!
Teal on Carter . White Lead Oompany for
PURCHASLRS ARE NOW IN THE CITY
Mr. - Carter Cannot Re Seen and
President Cornish Ones Not
Admit the Deal U
The officials of the Carter White Lead
company have admitted the sale of that
corporation to the National Lead company,
known as the trust, for the consideration
The Information that the s.le, twice re
ported before, has been consummated comes
to the Young Woman's Christian associa
tion, whose' solicitors for ' funds for tho
new building requested u donation of the
"Make your request In writing, fur we
have Bold out for f4,0),0nu," was the reply
given 'to the solicitors, and the Young
Women's Christian association proceeded
to comply with the request.
An effort was exerted at Interviewing
Mrs. Carter, but in vain, as the reporter
was advised Mrs. Carter was too busy to be
- "Mrs. Carter has been busily engaged all
day signing papers Incident to this trans
action," remarked one official of the Toung
Women's Christian association to another
while the two were discussing the matter
In low tones at the lunch table at Young
Women's Christian association headquar
President Cornish was related thu state
ments made above and said:
"I wish to repoat the statement I made
Monday, I and my friends remain iu con
trol of the Carter White 1cad company
and the Identity of this concern' Is not to
be altered, i do not wish to convey the
impression that we own a majority of
stock, but we do control the company."
Mr; Cornish admitted that :i stock deal
was1 pending, but suld il hod not been con
summated. Outside of the women at least one busi
ness man in Omaha says he knows posi
tively the deal is closed. He has financial
relations Willi Interested parties. It Is his
opinion the locul plant will riot be changed
in Its operation.
'While this story was being' written the
business man Just referred to called up
The Bee by . telephone..
"Do you remember what I told you some
two weeks ago about that deal?" he uaked.
"Well; It has been closed today; that is a
fact. I understand the Carter people are
gell'iy; four ' for one. . Tue representatives
of the trust arc here nnd closeted now with
the Independent officials."
On tho basis of four for one the selling
price of the plant would be $4.ooO,utiO. since
the Carter White Lead company Is said
to be capitalized at fl.OOO.OOo.
COAL WAGE SCALE
(Continued from First Pa,)
to a. man." The operators votrd "nye," with
th rsooptlon of theme from Illinois.
Mr. Bobbins thtn moved that the matter
be referred to the Joint scale committee,
which will meet tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock, and that the conference adjnurn to
reconvene at the call of the chairman.
Mr. Mitchell seconded the motion, which
waa.ia.'rrled unanimously. ,,' ,
Differences Anions; Operators.
' At o'clock the operators f ent. word
to president Mitchell of he miners, that
they would not be read to meet, the miners
in Joint conference until 2 o'clock. The
miners were Jold of this while waiting
In Tomllnson hall and tliej took a rucess
Until that hour: The operators were atlll
in secret session. It waa reported on In
formation secured from operators who
came from the-mooting, that they were ar
ranging the details of their program In the
' Operators coming from tha meeting alio
stated that trouble among the operators
was between P. L. Kobblns of Pittsburg
and those supporting lilm In his ' peace
plans on the one aide, and the operators
Of Indiana, Ohio and Illinois, who ar-j
opposing any consessions to the miners, on
the other aide.
Mr. Robbln8, ltwaa understood, dealrd
ti) go at once Into Joint conference with
the miners snd if possible throw the; dis
cussion of the wage scale Into the seals
committee rather than have the Might muda
on the floor ot the Joint conference. This
was opposed by the oppoBlte faction, which
is largely in the majority. It waa alao pro
posed by thoscopposlng the policy of Mr.
Bobbins that the operators should thresh
out their troubles among themselves be
fore going into Joint conference. It was
at this period ot the discussion that word
was sent to President Mitchell that tho '
.operators would not be ready to meet the
miners until t o'clock.
There has been a new lining up of tin
Mitchell and I-cwls factions In the miners'
fight among themselves. This has resulted
In le wis gaining control of four of the
miners, sixteen votes to be cast In Joint
conferences and Joint scale sesslona, an.I
there are strong Indications that he can
get four more the Pittsburg district vota
should ho wish to carry out any policies
different from those' advocated by Presi
dent Mitchell. It has alno resulted is W.
H. Haskins tendering his resignation us
president of the Ohio miners, to take snc.
Thursday.' Haskins la a close friend of
HARD COAL. QUESTION RKOPEXKI)
Miners' and Operators' Committees'
Will Meet for Farther Conference.
. NEW TORK, March a). There will be a
conference between the two committees of
seven members each representing the an
thracite coal operators and the miners of
the hard coal districts. This waa decided
upon at a meeting In this city today of tho
committee of operators. Later President
Raer of the Philadelphia '4 Reading rail
road forwarded a letter to President John
Mitchell of the United Mine Workers of
American notifying him that the operators'
committee is willing to meet the miners'
committee at any date Mr. Mitchell shall
select. President Bacr's letter is In reply
to a communication from President Mitch
ell In which the leader of the miners ex
pressed disappointment because the oper
ators' committee had rejected the demands
of the miners before calling their committee
Into conference. Mr. Mitchell Uvn asked
for another conference. In reply Mr. Baer
says that the operators fully expected to
have another conference with the miners
and asserts that President Mitchell has not
replied to a counter proposition made to hlut
by the operators' committee to the effect
that the miners allow the present conditions
Mr. Baer says the operators believe that
nothing can be done now to Improve exist
ing conditions, which are as favorable to
the miners of the anthracite region as It Is
possible to make them. The date of the
meeting Is left to the miners to fix.
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