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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1906.
1 LINCOLN WINS BOIII GAMES
look j Holmsa Tkei Doubls-Header,
Tjiitc Pa for Eaeoad Flats. . . .
OMAHA MAKES S X ERRORS IN FIRST GAME
easier Rttrirti Miserable taffH
4 la tecoad Meeeley la Wal
loped, Wall Iekri Holds
Loea.le Hla Merey.
Ducky Holmes and hla band Of Mlekey
lta wen a double-header from pa's ert
whlle Colt a at' Vinton Street park Sunday
afternoon and thereby secured a tla for
aaeond place in tha standing of the Weat
rn league. That la the third straight
doubla-haadar which Holmea haa won frem
tha Rourke family on the Omaha grounds.
Holme we not. alone In hla glory, for
ha had brought a train of fourteen Bur-llngton-
coaches' fille with rootars. and
judging from tha way they rooted they
rauat hare been practicing up to root for
tha Corabusksrs thla fail. The game
went to Lincoln t to 1 and 7 to . "
The Lincoln team played winning ball,
hot an error being made in either game.
MoKay needed the aupport. for he waa hit
more times than waa Sander in the 11 ret
game, but Bandera had yellow aupport,
all Juicy error being made by the team
back of him. The seeoad game, waa a
atralght caae of rereraat of form on lie
Neeley's part, for the little twlrler who
had held Lincoln ao welt laat weel waa
clouted for seventeen clean hue, three of
which were doublea and one a triple. They
imply lambaated htm all over the lot.
While all thla waa going on, Zackert waa
hit aafely but enoe, although he walked
nine of Pa'a family to first. Thla fact
gare Ducky heart ' trouble aeveral tlmee
and on three different occasion he huatled
out ether pitcher to warm up, but Zack
ert waa able each time to pull hlmaelf out
of tha hole, although he forced a run
aeroaa the plate with a paaa. ,
MeKay Start ttnae
In the third Inning of the flrat game
McKay made a hit aa the flrat man up,
waa aaciiflced to aecond by Qullltn and
acored on Davidaon'e alngle. Davldaon
went to aecond on the throw to the plate
and aeored on Howarda fumble of Fen
Ion 'a grounder. The Omaha run waa
made In the alxth Inning after two were
out. Howard hit for a double and came
home on Autrey'a alngle. .
'. Lincoln went after the aecond game at
.the atart. making three, runa oft four hit
and a atolen baae In tha flrat Inning.
Qulllln hit for a double and Davldaou
brought In the run with a alngle. Fenlon
flew out to Howard and Thomaa alngled
to right and atole aecond.'. Oagnler hit a
clean alngle to left on which both Davld
aon and Thomaa acored. In the aecond
Inning Rogera flew out to Perrlng, Zackert
alug'ed and acored on Ketchem'a double.
L et -.hem tried to atretch hla double Into
a triple and waa caught at third and no
more runa were, made, although Qulllln
hit' for ' triple, "
Two more were piled up In the third,
when- Fenlon ; reached' first on a lucky
popup and Thomaa alngled to left. Oag
nler sacrificed them each on a bao. Steen
hit for a alngle which acored Fenlon and
Thomas- croaaed the plate when Oonding
let the throw to the plate paaa between
hla lega. In the alxth Ketchem walked,
went to third on Qulllln's double and
acored on Welch'e muff of a fly from
.' Omaha made two runa In the third in
ning. McNeeley atarted that Inning by
striking out and Howard hit for a alngle.
the only hit the Rourke family got In the
game. Zekwrt -lest 'control, of the baU
and paaaed Autrey, Perrlng and ' Welch,
which forced' Howard aeroaa the plate.
Bassey hit to Steen, who caught Baaaey
at flrat and let Autrey acroa the plate.
In the aeventh McNeeley walked, Howard
walked and Autrey waa hit with the ball.
Welch flaw out to Fenlon and McNeeley
acored on the throw In. Welch walked,
but Baaaey could not, make good and the
chance to even up the acore waa gone.
-, The batting of Qulllln and Oagnler In
the aecond game waa terrlflc, each hitting
at a 1,060 clip. Welch made one of hla
circua catche. pit-king the ball from the
ground and then rolling over aeveral
(tinea. . .
Score, flrat game:
IMJCSITT CF PATIEKTJ W0UE1
Mr a. rinkhamU Advloe) Bares Many
from ihla Bad and Costly Kxpartono. ,
mm it ia a aaa on",
v certain fact that
bring-a an in
trim in' the
number of opera
npoa women In .
fourths of tha
.i . - . i
t piucaw i;ia
soa those snow-
white bads ara women and g-irl who
are awaiting- or recovering from op na
tion a made peoeaaarr by neglect.
Every one of these patients bad
plenty of warning in that bearing down
feeling, pain at tha left or right of tha
abdomen, nerroue exhaustion, pain to
tha small of tha back, pel via catarrh,
dliilnea. flatulency, displacements or
Irregularities. All of these symptoms
ara Indications af an oahealthy eon
dltion of tha lemale organs, and if not
heeded tha trouble may maka headway
natlt tha penalty haa to ba paid by a
dangeroua operation, and a lifetime of
impaired uaefalneaa at beat, while 1
many caaea tha results are fatal.
M ias Luella Adams, of Seattle, Wash.,
Pear Mrs. Pinkham v
"About two year age I waa a great suf
ferer f rot a tevere (eutsie trouble, peine eoe
baavlachea. The doctor prescribed for me and
finally toed me that I had a Sumor and muaS
undergo aa operation U I wanted to gel welL
I feH Uial thia waa B)V death warrant, but I
spent hundreds of eWUre for luedlcaJ help,
but the tumor kepS groarlng. Fortunately 1
corratonded with an aunt In the New tup Lend
Mates, and she adviaad me to take Lydia K.
itikbaa Vegetable Compound, aa 1 was
said to cure cutuora. I did aoead immediately
be-an to iicpreve ia aealtk.aod I waa anUrely
tured, the tumor disappaaring aatlraly. with
out aa operation. I viab every sufterina;
woman would try thia great preparation."
Juat aa surely aa Mlaa Adams waa
en red of the tronblee ename rated ia
tier letur. Just ao surely will Lydia B.
flakbam'a Vegetable Compound cure
other women who safftr from fe
male troubles, inflaounatioa, kidney
troublea, nervous excitability or ner
Mr. Pinkham Invitee all young
women who are ill to write her for free
advice. the-ia daughter-in-law af
, Lydia TL Finkham and lor twenty-five
I rare haa bees advising aick women
ree of charge. Address, Lynn. Mass,
a Jye'JJ I erVi a ru m t
?";", 4 a
McKay, p 4 1
1 0 4
1 it u 1
H. O. A. Pi
1 4 1
14 a o
1 4 "
1 t . 1
1 T 1
1 it 13 1
aft . I
Autrev rf ..
.0 t 6 A ft-J
.1 1 t i 1 a-4
M M 1 M M
.... 1 4 4 4 4 4 1 4 J-7
Two-baae hit: Howard. Baa on belle;
ft Sanders. 1: off Mr Kir. 1. Struck out:
By Bandera, I; by McKay, 1 Left on
baa: Omaha4 T; Lincoln. 4. Stolen baae:
Perrlng. Bacrtflce hita: Ketchem, Qulllln.
Time: 1:14. Umpire: Davie. Attendance:
Score, aecond game:
AB. R H. O.
Ketchem. cf 4 11
n.cr 4 1
i. lb..., A , I
Oagnler, ..... I 4
Steen. lb I 4
Rogers, e 4 4
Zackert, p 4 1
- 0 J
...... .44- 7 .17
AB. R. H. O.
1 0 4
::::::::: I I I
4 0 1
1 17 IS
...4 I I 1 1 I 1,1-17
Runa 4 t I M l 0 -l
Hlta 0 0 1 6 0 0 0- 1
Two-bee hlta: Ketchem, Qulllln i.
Oagnler. Three-bsse hit: Qulllln. Baaea
on balla: Off McNeeley. 1; off iftechert. 1.
Struck out: By McNeeley, 2; by Zackert.
4. Ift on baaea: Omaha, ft; Lincoln, .
Stolen base: Thomas. Sacrifice hit: Qull
lln, Oagnler (). Time: 1:28. t'mpire: Dav;e.
Sloaa Have a Pleale.
DENVER. Sept. rtt.-The Packer had a
Sunday picnic today when Denver tried out
Neeley, a Longmont, Colo., amateur. Aaide
from hla disoouragtng aupport, Neeley was
hit long and freely, Donahue of Denver
waa put out of the game for disputing a
decision of Umpire Van Blckel at aecond
base. Be ore:
AB. K. H. PO. A.
::::::::::! : I f I t
;.. io ji n it
H. PO. A. E.
7 17 10
Sioux City M IHt I I 4-10
Stolen baaea: Campbell (1), Pettlt. Sacri
fice hlta: McHale, Sheohan. Two-baae hlta:
Froeee, Sheehan. Three-baae hlta: Corbett.
Sheehan, Nobllt. Flrat baae on balla: Off
Neeley, t; off Hail, 4 ' Struck out: By
Neeley, 7; by Hall, . Wild pitch: Neeley,
Hall. Ht with pitched ball: Reddlck.
Double pay a: Sheehan to Weed, Heater
to Weed to Freese. Flrat base on errore:
Denver, 1: Slpux City, l. Left on baaea:
Denver, 10; Bloux City, 4. Time: 1:41.
Umpire: Van Blckel. Attendance: 1,200.
- Chaaasis Drey 0e.
PUBBLO, Sept. 23. Pueblo won the open
ing game of a scheduled double-header
here thla afternoon in a cloeeiy played con
teat bv a acore of t to 4. The aeoond game
waa to be called at 4:41 In order to allow
the rialtors to catch a train, and aa leaa
than Ave Innlnga were played It was called
no game. At that time the aoore waa 4 to
In favor of Dee Moines. Prtoe and Olllen
were the oppoelng pltehere. Score:
AB. R. H. O. A.
Cook. If I 2
McOilvray, cf .-..I 1
Hader. 2b 4 A
Melchlor. rf I 1
Elwert. lb 4
Tonneman, t 4 0
Vigil, aa I 0
Rennicker, c .' 1 4
Morgan, cf 1 0
Henley, p : I 4
Totals SO 4 4 n II 1
AB. R. H. O
Si hlnke. tb 4 0
O'Leary, aa 4 1 I
Andreas, cf 4 11
Sable, lb 114
Hogrlevar c 10 I
Mowrey, If 4 0 1
Wolfe, rf..... 4 0 3
Magoon, 2b 4 0 0
Clcotte, p.... ....., 0 0,
Totala.. I.. M 4 7 !4 U 1
Des Moinea 4 0040101 0-4
Pueblo 1 x 0 tt V I j
Stolen bases: Hogriever, Sc.kipka, Magoon,
Andrea. O Leary. Two-baa hlta: O 'Leary.
Vigil, Bader. Three-bxae . hit: Andr I s
Raaeci on balla: Off Clcotte, tt off Hen.uy, .
Struck out: By Clcotte, 10; by Henley, .
paaaed balla: Hogriever, I. Wild pitches:
Clcotte, 2. Hit with pitched ball: Henley.
Double play: Clcotte to Sable. Left on
baae: Pueblo, I; Dea Moines, 7. Tim: 1:40.
Umpiree: Stimmel and Beeelon. Attend
ance: 1,510. .''.
Staaalaa ( the Teasaa.''
Played. Won. Loat. Pet.
Dea Molne 140 M . 44 .7l
Omaha... I" 70 . a .K4
Unooln , 1 "0 . ,40 .tri
Bloux City .4 1 44 7 .457
Denver 1M 8 ; 75 .4F
Pueblo 134 ' M . '. 42 .40a
Oauies today: Denver at Pueblo,
HOLMES SHOWS TDK ' YELLOW
Llaeela MaaaaTer Kefaaea te Play
The game which waa advertised between
Lincoln and Omaha for thla afternoon will
not be played because Ducky Holmee re
fused to play It. It waa a poatponed gams
on the Omaha grounds and tha rules say
a postponed game must be played during
th last aeries on ths horns ground.
Holmea had agreed with Rourke te play the
game thla afternoon, but after hla phenom
enal succeaa yeatcrday afternoon he took
hla team back with the rootere who had
oome from Lincoln and refused to play.
The games yesterday were scheduled for
IJnroln, but as Sunday ball Is not playsd
at Lincoln they were transferred to Omaha.
Holmea claimed he had asm telegrams,
from President O'Neil telling him he need
not play if he did not want te, and aa
be did not want to he went home.
Sioux City comes Tuesday for a aeries
of four game.
Barllaclea Takes raaaaat Easily.
MARSH ALLTOWN. I a., Sept. 21. The
third aeaaon of the Iowa State league
eloeed with today'a gamaa. Burlington,
which had the lead cinched a maatn ago,
wen the pennant eaally by a wide margin.
Intereat haa been centered duriag recent
weeks In the ftghl for second place. Oeka.
loose beat Fort Dodg for It. Fort Dodge
finished third and Marahalltown fourth.
Following la the reault ef today'a genie :
Waterloo, 2; Keokuk, I.
Oasalooea, 11; Mareaalltowa, I.
Ottumwa, 4; Clin too. 4.
Fort Dodge, 4; Burlington, 2.
Klee Beat Taseaee.
The Eagle woa a gam of baae hall
Sunday from the Tuxedoe by the aoore of
I to I. One fit the Interesting feature of
th game waa a circua catch by William
Jensen In left. Battertea: Kegtea, Michel,
son and Teodlee; Tuxedo, Kline and Stew
art. The fcfeglee would like to hear from
the Iakeaida, the Tigers, the Dunhams,
the Dental bleerh or teams of that cal
iber. Phone Douglas IMS.
Wake Skat Out.
FREMONT, Nb . Sept. 24. Special Tel
egram.) Fremont gave Waheo th worst
defeat it haa received thla eeaeon. the
store being 4 te a Wahoo strengthened It
team with players from Lincoln. Omaha
and Grand Island, but 11 was ao use. Wee
ho waa not In It at any atsge of the gam.
Sore: R. II. K.
who a a a a a a
IVemont I I M I I I 11 1
Struck. out: Rr Harmon. 1: by Mutiny, 4.
Home run: Meyers. Batteries- Fremont.
Herman and Shea: Wehoo, Multoj- and
Johnaon. Attendance: trtPO,
GAUEI I TUB AMERICA I EAGIE
er Verk Skats Oat raleaga la Laat
Raeae af Sertee.
CHICAGO, Sept. S.-Xew Tork shut out
Chicago, 1 to , In He farewell game of
the aeason here today, before the laraeat
crowd In the history of the American
league In thla city. Both Hogg and Walsh
pitched auperb ball, but the hitting of the
home team wee extremely wak. The only
run of the game waa made In tb fir',
after Walsh walked Elberfeld. who score.1
when Chase singled and Dougherty fumbled
th hit. 8 core:
NEW TOkg. CMICAOO.
H O. A S. B H O A a
Klr. rf.... 1 Hhi. rf I
as. I 1 4 1 trm. tl I
a'llltaia. lb. 4
1 I -I ftt.ke. Ik
III nnohti. 1. 4
t 1 Ponh-rir. It I
It stiiiiiTas, e... I
III IPnaftoD, IT. .. I
11 u a I
La port , lb... I
CorT. It ... I
Hoffman, ef.. I
Klelaew. ... I
He, s I
Tetal I I n M 1 Total t I 17 1 I
New Tork 1 M M M II M
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 00
Left on baaea: Chicago, 4; New Tork,
4. Two-baae hlta: Donohua, Hoffman,
Conroy. Sacrifice hit: Elberfeld. Stolen
baaea: Chase, Keeler. Double playa:
Davis to Donohue to Hone: Waah to Don
ohue. Struck out: By Walsh. 7: by Hogg,
I. First base on balls: Off Walsh, 1; off
Hogg. I. Time: 2:04. Umpires: Sher
idan and O'Loughtln.
St. I.eel Win and Tie.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 2181. Louis won
one game. 4 to 0. and went nine Innlnga In
the other. to 0. with Philadelphia today.
Score, flrat game: '
gT. LOUS. PHlLADgbPHlA.
Kttn. rf I V I I IHartHl. If... I 114
Jone, lb 4 11
l Armbruet'r, rt I
Rtnn. It I 1
Hemphill, cf I I I
O Bri. lb.. I
Doxe'lel. Ik I I I
Wallare, m.. Ill
O'Connor, e.. I I t
rownl, a 1 I
C Barry, c
.17 I 17 11
0 2 0 0
0 0 0 4
.10 9 M 14 1
0 0 0-1
4 0 0 0-0
Two-base hit: Rorkesfleld. Sacrifice hit;
Stone. Double playa: Powell to Wallace
to Jonea: Armbruster to Davis; Wallace to
Jonrs. Passed ball: O'Connor. Stolen
base: O'Connor. Hit by pitched ball: By
Waddell, Nile. Wild pitch: Powell. First
base on balls: Off Powell, 4; off Waddell,
1. -Struck out: By Powell, 1; by Waddell,
7. Left on baaea: Bt. Louis. I; Philadel
phia, 4. Time: 1:14. Umpire: Connolly.
Score, aecond game:
(f. LOUS. PHILADELPHIA.
Nllra, rf I 4 1 1 HartMl. If... 4 I
Jonas, lk 4
tone. If 4
Hsmphlll, ef 4
O-Brian, lb., I
Rock' sola, tbl
Wallace, aa.. I
Span far, e... I
Howell, .... I
I Armbruat'r, If 4
a Lor, t.
.n lit i
.0 0 0 0 0
.11 I IT II I
0 0 0 0-0
Double play: Oldring to Davis. Stolen
baae: Armbruater. Hit by pitched ball:
By Dygert, Rockenfleld, Flrat base on
balls: Off Dygert, I. Struck Out: By
Howell, I; by Dygert, 4. Left on baaea:
St. Loula, 4: Philadelphia. 4. Time: 1:40.
Staadlac the Teasaa
Played. Won. Loat
New York 1 85
Chicago 13 4
Cleveland 1; 80
Philadelphia 137 75
St. Louie 138 70
Detroit 134 65
Waahlngton 141 62
Boston 141 46
Oames today: Washington at
Philadelphia at Cleveland,-New
Detroit, Boaton at Chicago
Ia the Natloaal Lesgae.
Games today: Pittsburg at Boaton, Cin
cinnati at Philadelphia, Chicago at New
York, Bt Loula at Brooklyn.
DIETS JW1 AND LOSE , A GAME
Defeat Jetter and Are Defeated by
The Diets Athletics loat the flrat gams
to the Neumayere of Council Bluffs yes
terday mainly because of loose fielding.
Although the hits were even the Neumay
ere secured theirs when most needed. Tha
feature of the game waa the use of the
f neumatlc league ball far the flrat time in
hla part of the country.
Instesd of the solid rubber core the new
ball has a hollow core filled with com
pressitd air, wound with linen thread and
covered In regulation fashion. This atyle of
ball Is much livelier than the regulation
league ball and It ia predicted will tend to
Increase hesvy hitting.
In the second game the Diets Athletlca
bit the Jetter' pitcher at will, while the
Jetter were unable to solve. Rice's deliv
ery. Th Jetter' error slso contributed to
their defeat by a acore of 7 to 2.
Next Sunday the Coronas and Ramblere
Will be the attraction at Diets park.
Saturday the Originals and Nonparlele
will play a benefit game for "Old Hoss"
Bowman, a well known amateur ball player
of thia city who Is badly crippled. The
i game will ba called at 2:40 p. m. Score,
r flardner lb
I Maxneld. lb
I Weed, as
I Carr. c
' Berryman, 2b......
T. Gardner, p....
.is 4 io a
AB. R. H.
Wahl. lb 4
Knight, lb I
Planner, rf I
Totala 24 2 10 21
Neumayere 4 4 1 2 0 0 24
Dleta Athletic 1 0 4 0 0 0 1 J
Two-baae hits: Knight, Weed, Scarr, T.
Gardner. Struck out; By loung. 4: by
Gardner. 11. Sacrifice uitt: Knight, Kill.
Double play: Weed to t', uaraner to Max-
fleld. Stolen baae: C. Gardner. Time: 1:15.
Umpire; Trail. Attendance; ui.
Score, seoond game: ....
-AB. R. H. PO. A.
Hall. 2b.. 1 IV 2 4-4
Planner, If 4 ,-0 2 0 0
(Imp, lb 4 0 ' 1 11 1
Anderaon. If 4 0 11 0
Hunter, e . ..'! 1' 1 0
Iiafferty. cf I 2 l 0 0
Knight, sa 4 11 t 2
Tracy, lb 11,0 2,4
Klce, p s l l w
7 10, 27 18
uliiii 4 X
..'....a t )
4 r 0
B. Collier, p...
Van Cleve. If..
M. Collier, cf..
4 24 I 4
0 1 4 t
out: By Collier,
Rice, 7. Sacrifice
hits: Came. Anderson. Hunter. B. Collier.
Stolen base: Hall, Hunter, Leffcrty. Clark.
Ijoubl play; Tracy to Camp to Knight.
Time: 1.10. Umpire: Trail. Attendance:
Grata Haadlere May Strike.
PORTLAND. Ore, Sept. 22. Unless (he
Oram Expsrters aesociaUon Increases th
wage of member of th Oraln Handlers'
union from thirty-five cent to forty cents
an hour by tomorrow morning th Portland
water front will be involved in a strike st
fectlng between 1.004 and l.auO meo. The
employers ssy that If the grain handlera
walk out men Will be imported from Puget
Bound to taks their places.
014 Maa Harder and Robbed.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan.. Sept. 22 -Edward
Bludaoe, aged 74 yeara, u murdered
In lila hut early today In a most cold
blooded manner and his bouse set on Are
Tns murderer, evidently sctusted by rob
bery, had crushed Bludsoe a head with sa
as. I .a uia Wtlllama of Strons City, near
here, was arreaiad charged with th erime. j
BOTH PARTIES BADLY SPLIT
New Tork Folitici Tratent t
TWO CONVENTIONS FOR SAME DATE
Hearat'a ladepeaelBe Lea gee Ticket
Adda tesaslleatteae resslhle Caa
dldatee for Heed ef Beth
Ticket Are Ksatersai.
NEW TORK. Sept. 2t-Th determina
tion of both of the old political partlea
In this state to hold their convention on
the tame date thla year I In It way In
dicative of th unprecedented situation In
th political affairs of this commonwealth.
It Is a situation which haa attracted the
Intereat of the entire country and la looked
to to have an effect upon the presidential
campaign of two years hence. The actua
tion Involve men of national political
repute and President Roosevelt himself
haa let his Influeno diplomatically he
felt, though ostensibly keeping "hands
off." " ; "
Both republican arid 'democratic psrtlea
are torn with factional disputes. With
these Internal dissensions afflicting' the old
parties, a third political party haa been
launched under the 'tide ''Af the Indepen
dence league. Thl league, which now haa
completed It organisation In every county
of th state, la th outgrowth of the Mu
nicipal Ownerahtp league, which made the
mayoralty fight In New Tork City laat
November with William Randolph Hearst,
the congressman and newspaper proprietor,
at the head of the ticket. Mr. Hearat fell
ahort Of election on the face of the ra
tume by aome 1.000 votes'. H contested,
but the ballot boxes have never been
opened. A petition to the supreme court to
burn the ballots wsa recently made by
the corporation counsel. Mr. Hearst re
dded thla move and waa sustained by the
court with the understanding that Mr.
Hearst would furnish at hie own expense
the new ballot boxes needed for the local
prim rie and the regular election In No
vember. ' ,
Meet at Sarateaa' and BaSfalo.
The republican atate convention Is to be
held at Saratoga beginning Tuesday. Sep
tember 25. and will ' continue probably
The democratic state convention Is to
be held st Buffalo beginning the same day
and continuing through Wednesday, or
until a nomination has been s greed upon.
Former Governor B. B. Odell. Jr., aa atate
chairman will call the republican assem
blage to order. Cord Meyer of New fork
la the chairman of the democratic atate
committee, having been elected to that
position for the. Parker and Herrltfk cam
paign two years ago.
Tbe democrats were first to choose a
convention date. The repubtlcana had ap
parently been undecided aa to whether they
should meet before or after the demo
crats Chairman Odell called the atate com
mittee together aoon after the democrats
had announced their decision and the G-or-dlan
knot waa cut by a decision to meet
slmultaneouely with' tha democrats. It
waa argued that If the democrats met flrat
they would place this republican admlnlatra
tlon on the defenslverwhereas If the rt
publicans met first the democrata would
be In a poaitlbn t attack the platform in
convention and get a ' good aupply of po
litical ammunition ' before the public
through the medium of convention ad
dressee. . .r' -".
Th democratic convention promises to be
one of tha liveliest r held In thl atat.
Mr Hearat'a name rill ba placed before
It by the delegate wbo have- been- In
atruc,td to vote for, his nomination, Mr,
Hearst IS likely to 'be attacked by his op
ponent on the ground that he is tha head
of an "outlaw' ticket and that he cannot
be named or Indorsed without turning tha
democratic party over to the' newly, or
ganised Independence" league, which In
cludes both democrats snd repubtlcana In
Its membership. These line of battle hav
already been laid down and there I no
need for conjecture on th point. Just
what effect tha naming of ' a complete
ticket by the Independence league will
have upon the fusion movement suggested
by Messrs. Mack and Connors Is proble
Jerome' Terse1 Aaaoaaeeuaeat.
Another nam to go before the demo
cratic convention la that of the present dis
trict attorney of Iw Tork county, WIN
Ham Traver Jerome. Mr. Jtrom lent
Immeasurably to the Intereat of th situa
tion a few weeks ago by the brief an
nouncement of hla candldacySwhich read:
"In the present shameful condition of
our political life in this state I am will
ing to . run tor th cfflc of governor of
the atate if : the democratic convention
shall nomlnats ma without any understand
ing, expressed or Implicit, other than that,.
It elected, I shall, obey my oath of office
as I understand It .In letter and spirit."
Mr. Jerome made an Independent cam
paign for re-election as district attorney
laat fall and waa successful over the regy
ulur nominees of the democratic, republi
can and municipal ownership parties. He
hss glwaya beer, a democrat, but has on
every occasior. expressed his abhorrence of 'f
so-called political "boasea." Mayor George
0;B. McCl?llan of New Tork City has1 ex-
pressed his preference for Mr. Jerome for
governor and haa announced his Intention
of voting for him at the convention. Mr.
I Jerome is wimout puijucmi macninery ana
came Into the race top late to have hi
' name go before many of the cdunty con
ventions called to name delegates to Buf
falo. If the so-called "regular" democrata
prove unwilling to accept either Mr. Hearst
or Mr. Jerome, because of their Independent
attitudes In the psst, there Is much specu
lation aa to Just whom they will bring be
fore the convention. There has bran talk
of Mayor J. N. Adam of Buffalo; of John
N. Carlisle of Watertown. Of John P.
Stanchfleld of Elm Ira; of Former Judge
D. Cady Merrick, who waa tha democratic
gubernatorial candidate two year a ago; of
Juatloe William J. Gaynor uf Brooklyn, and
Edward M. Bhepard. , Justice Gaynorha
also been urged because of hi Independ
ence. H and Mr. Hesrst have long been
regarded aa political friends snd last fall
It waa said Mr. Hearat ran for mayor only
because he had been unable to Induce Jus
tice Gaynor to take up the fight.
Merpky sa4 Hearst.
' The famoua Tammaay Hall organisation
ef the democratic party In New Tork City
haa felt the dlaaentlons that have affected
tha party In general and ther ara evi
dence of greater factional troubles Insld
th wigwam than aver before ia Its his
tory. Chsrles F. Murphy, th prent
those who use
It la perfectly ceokrd
at tha factery.
leader of Tammany Hall, and Mayor Mc
Clellan have generally been regarded as
heading tii opposing force In th organi-1
aatlon. Mr. Murphy was said to favor
th nominstion of Hearst, but the latter
In a public statement declared he did not
want Mr, Murphy support.
Th republican factional fight appears to
be as bitter na that among the democrata,
but the adherenta of the republican faith
are not hampered by an "Independent"
movement, although it la admitted the In
dependence league may poll aome re publi
can votes, Ita principal Influence, If th
full stat ticket go on the official ballot,
will be felt, however, by th democrats.
Popular opinion arrays Stste Chslrman
Odell agklnst Governor Frank W. Hlgglns
In th struggle for control of the Saratoga
convention and of the republican party
In thla state. Two years ago Mr. Odell
and Mr. Hlgglne were quite Intimate. It
was not long after Governor Hlgglns waa
Inaugurated that ther came 'rumors of
differences existing between the governor
and the atate chairman'. There waa no
open breach, however, until the flght last
winter for the assembly speskershtp. Chair,
man Odell let It be known that hla candi
date for th office was Assemblyman Mor
rltt, of St. Lawrence county. Governor
Hlgglns openly advocated the election of
Assemblyman James W. Wadeworth. Jr.. a
eon of Congressman Wadsworth. who aa
chairman of the house committee on agri
culture came Into prominence this spring
during the meat Investigation at Washing
ton. Rooeerell'e Haad gee a.
During th speakership fight a number
of the legislative leadera were summoned
to Waahlngton and were In conference with
President Roosevelt. When they returned
to Albany there were Immediate-assurances
that young Mr. Wadsworth would be
chosen apeaker. He waa ao chosen on th
first ballot. It then became generally noised
about that the president had aligned hlm
aelf morally if not openly with Governor
Hlgglns and his followers In tb state.
Chairman Odell was nettled at this and
the further report that every effort would
be made to overthrow hla leadership of
the atate committee. He called upon hi
friends for aupport and the fight which
still continue waa begun.
. In th only test vote of the atata com
mittee taken thla year. Chairman Odell
waa accredited with a victory by a margin
of one rot. The friends of Governor
Hlggtna claim that the one absent member
of the committee waa aligned with the
governor and had aent hla proxy te th
Committee, but It arrived too late. Thl
vot. they claim, would have made the
division of the committee a tie. Governor
Hlgglns' friends also declared that too
great significance should not be attached
to the vote, for a new state committee I
to be named thla year.
Governor Hlgglna waa a recent vlaltor to
Oyater Bay, where ha waa In consultation
with the president Thus once more at a
critical Juncture the president haa Implied
hla position without openly stating It. Ha
haa given accent to Governor Hlgglns
visit by Inviting former Lieutennant Gov
ernor Timothy L. Woodruff to luncheon at
Oyster Bay. Mr. Woodruff la one of Mr.
Hlgglna' most outspoken adherenta.
Hlgglas te Not Talklag.
Governor Hlgglna has not openly stated
whether or not he will be a candidate for
renomlpatlon. Chairman Odell has publicly
stated that he la opposed to the renomlna
tlon of Governor Hlgglns on the ground
that the history of the stte has shown
candidates for re-election to be poor can
didates. He thinks a stronger man could be
found elsewhere. Allied with Chairman
Odell ar United States Senator Thomaa C.
Piatt and Lemuel Ely Qulgg. ,
There 1 a wall founded belief that Presi
dent Roosevelt Is lending his Implied Influ
ence to Governor Hlgglns for th purpose
of helping him gain control of the atata
convention. Then It la Intimated that-the
governor will withdraw and hlmaelf nomi
nate hla successor, who will be a man be
lieved to b capable of drawing the votes
of both factions of the party and will also
b cordially approved by President Roose
velt. ' . v
The suggested csndtdstes other than Gov.
ernor Hlgglns are quite numerous . and
cover a wide range of personalities. The
number haa been multiplying aa th day of
the convention approachea. Among them
la Charles F. Hughe, the lawyer, who was
nominated for mayor of New Tork City
last fall by th republicana but declined th
honor. ' Mr. Hughe waa the attorney for
the legislative committee which Investi
gated the gas situation In New Tork City
and the life insurance companies of the
tat. Ex-Governor Odell haa claimed Mr.
Hughes a a candidate and It has also been
auggeated that he wa favored by President
Roosevelt. Mr. Hughee says he has made
no promises to anyone. Chairman Odell is
alao credited with auggestlng ths name of
Secretary of Btate Ellhu Root, now on a
tour of South America.
One of th latest of th auggeated repub
lican candidatea Is PoiAmaater General
George B. Cortelyou, who la also chairman
of the republican national 'committee, and
Mr. Cortelyou Is out with an announcement
that he la giving his attention to the work
of the Poetofflca department. Many of the
namea hsve been suggested without consul
tation with the principles. It Is said, but
have been mentioned merely as possibilities
and as men whom the party mght call upon
In its hour of need.
The republican fight la all the more Inter
esting from ths fact that the party is at
present In power In the state and has been
for several years past.
Hearst's Leasee la the Field.
Tha Independence league, which Is un
Incorporated body with Mr. Hearat a
president, held Its convention In Carnegie
hall, New Tork City, September 11 and
12. It was the largest delegate conven
tion In tha history of vthe slate, aver
1,400 representatives of the various coun
ties being in attendance. There, waa a
move to have tha convention postpone
the making of nominatlona, It being re pro.
sented that a fusion with the democrats
at Buffalo on September 25 waa possible,
aa many -delegates to the democratic con
vention had been Instructed to vot for
Mr. Hearat for governor "first, last and
all the time." The auggestion that '.he
Independenta postpons the making of nom
inatlona rsms from Norman E. Mack,
democratic national committeeman for
New Tork atata and from William J. Con
nora of Buffalo. The latter preaented a
memorial In behalf of hlmaelf and other
delegate to the Buffalo convention.
Tha temper of the delegate wa agalnat
fusion, however, and after an all night
session of tha atate committee, the In
dependence league decided' to nominate a
full atate ticket. Thla wa don amid
much nthuetasm. Mr. Hearat being named
for governor and a complete Hat of candi
date agreed upon and named. Tb plat
form of th convention declared for muni
cipal ownership and operation of public
utilities, direct nomination, th lection
Of United Stat senatora by the people,
recognition, and enforcement of the eight
hour day and other kindred principles. In
cluding a new election law which would
Insure a fair count.
PREPARING FOR CAMPAIGN
(Continued from First Pag.)
prostrated ever the affair. Juat what
charge will be made ia not yet Known.
Farmer raasaelts Salclde.
TEKAMAH. Neb.. Sept- 3.-BpecUl )
Baa -. Dill, a fanner Jiving about eight
aula eeuthweet el her. sUot and kilted
Everybody working day and night,
installing new fixtures, pulling fn-;
ishing touches on the building,
opening up and marking new goods,
preparing the most attractive store'
in Omaha. Will be selling goods
Formal Opening Later
himself about 10 o'clock this morning, using
s 24-30 caliber rifle. Coroner Seward of
Oakland held an Inquest this sfternoon.
the verdict being that hs came to his death
by a gunshot wound self Inflicted, the
wound being In the forehead, tbe bullet
passing through the brain, causing Instant
death. It la believed that he waa tem
Mrs. Dill, his wife, testified that tha fam
ily arose about 4 o'clock and that deceased
went about his work aa usual and came
bark to tha house about 4 o'clock, aat down
In the dining room and told tha girls that
when they had finished the housework they
could get some peaches to tske to town
with them. He then went Into the bed
room and In a few minutes they heard the
report of a gun. . Hla wife rushed Into the
bedroom and found her husband breathing
BOT 19 ACftUITTED OF MIRDBR
Elevea-Tear-Old Job Deaale Allowed
ta Go Free.
BROKEN BOW, Neb.. Sept. 21 (Special
Telegram.) After being out eight houra the
Jury on the caae of 11-year-old John Den
nis, who wa charged with ahootlng and
killing George Morrlaon near Calloway last
May, returned a verdict of not guilty. The
boy was accordingly discharged by Judge
Hoetetler. The verdict was not wholly un
expected aa the youth of the defendant,
coupled with several complicated entangle
ments !n ths prosecution, made conviction
a difficult matter.
- Epileptic la Drowaed.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Sept. 2J. -Special.)
John Wise, a laborer, who for yeara
has been subject to sudden spells of epi
lepsy, .left on Thursday to go . to Wood
River for the purpose of fishing. . He did
not return that evening nor Friday and an
alarm was given. When he did not return
on Saturday it waa feared by hla family
that he had hd a spell and In it had fallen
In the . river and aearch waa mad. The
remain wer finally found late yesterday
afternoon, hi bead under Water and aom
of th body oilf rof the water, he having
evidently fallen Into the river head first
during an attack of hla malady. ' Tha river
not bejng deep ' here the head was some
what Imbedded In the sand while the body
waa out of water. The coroner found no
Drowaed la Ceeapaol.
FREMONT. Neb., Sept. 2. (Special.)
John Knechtel of thla city fell Into a cess
pool In tha rear of hla realdence last even
nig and waa drowned. ; It la not known
Juat how the accident occurred. He evi
dently had begun to clean It out. Ho wa
discovered about 1 o'clock by some one of
his family. Mr. Knechtel was 46 years of
age and a native of Canada.' H wa for
merly In the mercantile buaineas here and
at once time wa an extensive real estate
owner. He leaves a' widow, two sons snd
Nebraska If ewe Notes.
TECUMBEH Senator Elmer J. BurketU
always a favorite in Johnson county, will
spek at the opera house In Cook next Mon
WOOD RIVER A Urge force of men are
at work on the depot grounds, grsding tho
same and beautifying the company's psrk
at this place.
TECUMBEH Several car loads of apples
are being shipped from this station. The
price paid for the fruit is 14 cents per
bushel delivered to the csr.
TECUMBEH The local Woman's Suf
frage has arranged for a lecture by the
national president. Rev. Anna Shaw, on
the evening of September 10.
BEATRICE Omaha parties have aakod
the city council of Wymore to grant them
a franchise with a view of operating a
new electric light plant at that place.
-TECI.'MSEH Hon. A. C. Shallenberger,
the democratic candidate for governor, ia
scheduled to spesk in Tecumseh next
Wednesday afternoon, and in Cook in the
TECUMSEH The Christian Endeavor so
ciety of the Tecumseh Presbyterian church
has arranged to give a lecture course here
this winter. Klve event hav been con
BEATRICE The barn located on the
premises of Mrs. M. Nelson on North
Fifth street was destroyed by fir yester
day with all It content. Lose 1300, with
TECUMSEH Mrs- Adam Heskett. once of
Johnson county, died at her home near
Mlnco, Okl., Wednday. She was aged et
year. Her brothers, Lawrence and Pat
rick Morrlssey, went to Mlnco te attend
the funeral. ,
TECUMSEH The Johnson County Sun
day School association will hold its an
nual convention at the village of Orjf,
on October 4 and 10. Prof. H. M. Steadley,
Miss Mamie Haines and other atata work
era will take part In ths program.
TECUMHEH Tei-umaeh school district
haa aold ita old grammar arhool bulldmg
and lot, corner of Broadway and Fifth
atreet, to John H. Shepherd, receiving
11,161 for the same. Mr. Shepherd will
convert the building into a realdence
ALMA One of the largeat real eatate
transactions for many yeara In southwest
ern Nebraska took plaoa at Alma thla week,
when Marlon Foster aold hi 200 acre of
land adjoining Alma to Joseph Snyder for
tA.bflO. This is on of th finest farm In
Harlan county. .
ALMA A. C. Shallenberger, fusion can
didate for governor, haa been absent cur
ing the laat two weeks canvaaalng the state
In his own Interest and In tha Interest of
the democratic nominees. Mr. Sheldon and
Hr. Brown have made arrangements to
speak in Alma before the coming election.
EDGAR Hon. George L. Sheldon, the republican-
candidate lor governor, spent
several hours In the elty yesterday fore
noon, making ths acquaintance of Ibe
vot ere and In friendly handshaking and
conversation on campaign Issue. Mr.
Sheldon la a man of pleasing address and
la undoubtedly a vote getter.
ALMA The rains and warm weather In
southwestern Nebraska havs been good
money propositions to all persons owning
alfalfa land, it is reliably reported that
Die fourth crop or cutting this season will
be fully ss heavy as the third crop, if not
better, thereby Inrreastng the value of Alma
land at leaat one-fifth this season.
TECUMSEH Ths Rieventh United State
cavalry of 40 men and 7J animals w lit
camp at Tecumseh about October 4. -Th
soldier will be en route overland from Fort
Riley, Kaa., te Fort Dee Moinee, Ia., hav
ing been la Kansas for several months. Th
commissary department Is negotiating with
local dealers for a day's supply of food for
both men and horses. The coming of the
cavalry will attract considerable attention,
for it I not a common alght In southeast
ern Nebraslia. . ,
BEATRICE L. C. Caley of Fllley has
withdrawn the charge of assault with in
tent to do great bodily harm, which he
filed recently against O. O. Barney, who
struck him over the head with a billiard
cue. Mr. Caley takea thla action because
of Mra. Barney and her little' son, who
were deserted by Barney after the trouble.
He has been working In Kansas, and now
that the complaint has been withdrawn ho
will probaly return to Fllley after his
family. . . ' .. T
EDGAR The 8:20 eaatbound freight on
the Grsnd Island railroad met with an ac
cident at thla station last evening. Just
after It had left the station four cars were
derailed on account of the spreading of
the rails. One of the cars was turned
on Its side. The 6 o clock westbound pes
sengcr trsln arrived shortly after ths ac
cident, but waa detained till the wrecking
train could arrive front Grand Island and
clear away ths wreck, which required
about three houra No damage was done
except to the cars snd track..
WOOD RIVEt The republican held ; a
eaucua here last evening, which was tha
largest attended affair of Its kind ever
held here. Twenty-two delegates were se
lected to the county convention, which
meets at Grand Island next Saturday, and
a townahlp ticket waa nominated. M. L.
Wlaeman waa chairman of the meeting
and C. C. Johns secrets ry. The town hall
In which the meeting was held wsa crowded
to the doora. and men who have heretofore
voted the democratic ticket were present
and Joined the republican forcea.
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I think it is generally known that
dandruff is the cause of most hair troubles.
Its presence in the scalp prevents tha
normal growth of hair.
Get rid of the dandruff.
Then , notice how quickly the ' hair
shows hs apfjrexiation. But be sura to
select the right means for dandruff ex
termination. Tune and taperience prove that tha
one safe and sure enemy to dandruff is
ED. PINAUD'S HAIR TONIC (tau
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Fee sale by all drug aad oVpertmeol store.
I would cauuoa yoa sfaiaat inieriot imitations
insist upoa setting ED. PINAUD'S HAIR
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Let sb send yoa a sample bottle (or 10 aeat
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