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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1906)
THK OMAHA DAILY MEE: MONDAY. OCTKCKI! 1
played, the crowd Joined In and sing to
Urns Is lilt t'xrtl.
A total of fm:tn hit, tiro of then J
Sonble. tlla 1U story of how today's
gains ww. rptln Chance -elected t
place Mnrdcl Brown In ths pitcher's hor.
although Brown h4 pitched ft hard game ;
on Friday. Ths Americans connected with I
Ills weakened delivery' for eight safe hits
In one and two-thrrds Innings and he re
tired to the bench. Overall, who es called I
In yesterday ta ftrleve that was !
agtln called upon and hM the Americans j
to six hits and oji run during the r- i
nialnder of the game. Ilia support ex- 1
client. Time and again Tinker and Ever
ty blocking hit prevented runs, a did
Mnffmiii In. rnfr hv entrtilAr runnlne I
atch.es. fldeVkard also toad a great hack
, wrd running catrh;whfcn kept the score
down. .. f '
When tl:f Americans arsumrd 11 lead of j
is runa tN National player were a grimly
determined looking lot, but try a they
would they Aould not solve the ptixzllng ,
delivery of 'Doctor Whit';' the opposing
pitcher. Tim after tlne the heavy hitters
of tha team hatted out. easy one when lilt
meant r.in. AH told they gathered only
nit safeties off-'M'hlte. part of the crowd
rooted herd for a ninth Inning rally.
Tinker, to hla evident chagrin, went out. i
Ever ralaed flickering hopes hy a, scratch
double to right, but JCilng promptly failed.
(Vaaler, a substitute, batted for Overall and I
waa allowed to walk. " Hoffman alngled to
'eft and" Evert scored.' 'Fheckard waa safe
on an error. Schulte now. came to bat.
With all the burden of ft. forlorn hope on
hla ehouldcra ho hit a grounder straight
to Donohue and the great ter1ps passed Into
b-.a boll history. .-
Play l Innlnaa.
The play In detail as follow:
First Inning, National-Hoffman singled
to left and went to second On lHmgherty's.
fumble of the hit. Sheokard sacrificed per
fectly and, with Hoffman -on third, the
crowd cried for a score. They were
promptly gratified, for Schulte, whose two
bagger yesterday brought In two runs,
swung on the first ball pitched and knocked
It Into the right tield crowd for two
bases. Hoffman scoring and Schulte was
oui at tnira a moment later; when Whlto
stopped Chances grounder and threw it
to Rohe. yard ahead of the runner,
chance was safe at first. Htelnfeldt walled
for four bad ones. Tinker flew out to
Jones. One mn.
First Inning. Americans Hahn hit an
awkward bounder, wlilrli Kvcrs stopped
with his lare hand. but. being o(T his
balance, could not throw It. Jones forced
Hnhn and went t,o second on Isbcll's sharp
slnglo to right. Lavls doubled to ripht
and Jones scored. Schulte claimed thnt
ha waa under the hit when someone In tha
crowd pushed hint. Captain Chance pro
tested against allowing the hit. but Um
pire O'Loughlln allowed U to stand. With
men at second and third and the Infield
playing close tn, Rohe hit to Tinker, who
threw Isliell put at the plata. Rohe stole
second. Dnnntiue, with an opportunity im.
Mar to Rone's,' doubled to left, scoring
Davis and Rohe.- Dougherty grounded out
to Chance unassisted. Three runs.
erond Inning, Nationals Donohue fum
bled Evera' grounder and the runner waa
snfe. Kllng lilt Into a double piny and
lioth retired. Rrown struck out. No runs.
Browa Forced ta Retire.
Second Inning, Americans Sullivan out.
Tinker to Chance. White grounded nut.
Brown to Chance. Hahn singled between
third and short. Jones walked. Isbeit sin
gled to Evera. The bases were full when
Davis cajne to bat. - Tinker Jumped and
trlsd to get his liner, but merely blinked
it, and Hahn and Jones scored. Rohe
singled, but Isbell whs held Ht third.
Tinker having blocked the ball. Overall
, at thia crisis, with the bases full, replaced
Brown. lionohue bit over second bsae.
Fivers gettlag the ball by faat work, but
not In time to effect a put-out. Isbell
scored on the hit. Dougnerty walked,
forcing lnvls across the plate. Sullivan
at ruck out.- Four run. -
Third Inning-. National Hoffman went
out to Donohue, making u great atop, and
White covering" first. . Sheckard grounded
out, Isbell to nonolme. Schulte flew out
to Tionohue. No runs.
Third Inning, Americans White went out
early, Overall to Chance. Hnhn flew out
to Sheckard. Jonea flew out to .Tinker.
Fourth Inning,- Nationals White 'threw
four bad onea In a row and Chanca walked.
Stelnfeldt knocked, -km -aasY-one to Jonea.
Tinker forced t'hunco. Evera out, Isbell to
Donohue. No runa.
Fourth Inning, Americans Isbell out.
Tinker making a great running atop and
throw to Chance. Davis fouled out to
Kllng. Rohe singled to right centre. Hoff
man sprinted back to the crowd and caught
Davis' fly Jumping. No runa.
Fifth Inning. Natlonals-Kling bit in
front of the plate and was safe. Overall
doubled to right. Hoffman struck out.
Kllng scored on Sheckard'a out, lshell to
Donohue, the latter making a wonderful
stop of a bad throw. Schulte went out,
Dnvle to Donohue. One run.
Fifth Inning, Americana Dougherty lined
out to- Kvers. Ru 111 van again rtruck nut.
White walked. Hahn singled to left. Jonea
forced Hahn. No runs.
Chance Hit hy Hall.
SiKth Inning. Nations Is Chance waa hit
in the foot by a pitched ball. Stelnfeldt
popped out to Rohe. Tinker singled t-y
center. Kvers fouled out to Sullivan.
Chance nut. stealing. No runs.
Sixth Inning. Americans lnbell fouled out
to Chance. Davis fouled out to Kllng.
Re-be out, Tinker to Chance. No runs
Seventh Inning. Nationals Kllng went
at. White to Donohue. Overall followed
tilt. Rohe to Donohue. Hoffman out, Isbell
to first. No runa. .'
Seventh Inning. Americana Donohue
struck out. Dougherty bunted to Chancs
' -r . ' i
Early In the morning before dressing, "Now I must quit drink
ing coffee, I know it causes my weak heart and the ever increasing
nervousness. These ''troubles get steadily worse and what will
the end befM Hut when the coffee comes on at breakfast she
says, "Well, just this one cup," and so it goes from day to day
the same old round and the bodily ailments growing worse as
time goes on. . ,
The coffee habit acts like a iersonal demon, ever ready to
offer excuses and to steadily push his victim one step down each
day and laugh at the good resolutions.
- ' ' . ' ' ' ' '
Buf there's a way and a bur way to kill off that demon.
Order the Coffee kept off the table and Postum Food Coffee
served in its place. Then one can have the hot breakfast bever
age with the deep seal brown of coffee, changing to a rich golden
brown when cream is added, and, with a flavor all its own, the
Postum conies as a strong friend in need.
The change iu feeling will begin within a day or two, gen
erally the first day. The drug of coffee (caffeine) has been cut
off and the body and nerves relieved, then comes the sturdy feeU
ing of new life and new healthy cells being built in from the re
building food in Postum. Gradually the old aches and ails disap
pear aud the joy and swing of health comes again.' You can
prove it in your own case.
"There's ft Reason" for
nd was safe. Chance dropping the hall In I
trying to toucn the runner, smiuvsn re
out to llnfTman. While fly was rspturrd
by Kheckard eftr hard backward run.
I.lith Inning. Nationals Hhecksrd wat
given a pass, Schulte out to Donohue un
assisted. Chance oul. ImvIs to Donohua.
9tenfMt'a heavy hit was captured by
Jniips In f.tr left renter. No runs
Kighth Inning. Americana Harm singled-
to len. Jones anc'incei. ikiwm cora
H.ihn with a drive to center and Teacrel
second on the throw home. Davis out.
Tinker o Chance. Hoffman raptured
Robe s liner. One run.
Ninth Inning. Nat innate Tinker out.
Rohe to Donohue. Evera got scratch
double to right. Kllng out. Rohe to Ion
ohne. Cessler hattd for Oversll and ws
allowed to walk. Hoffman singled trt left,
scoring Kvers. Pheckard was f on
Rohe a fumble. Bchulte grourded out to
Donohue. One run.
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
J 4 0 0
3 3 0 a o
Totals 7 14
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
. ft 1 i i 0 0
I ers, 2b
7 24 10
Hatted for Overall In ninth.
Americana S 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1
Nationals 1 0 0 0 1 V 0 0 1 J
Left on Wises: Americans, t; Nationals,
I. Two-bnse hits: Bchulte, Davis, Donohue,
Overall, Evers. Hits: Off Brown, t In
one and two-thirds Innings; oft Overall, (
In six and one-third innings. Sacrifice
hits: Kheckard; Jones. Stolen base: Rohe.
Double play: Davis to Donohue. Struck
out: By Overall, H: by White, i. First
base on balls: Oft Brown, I; off Overall, t;
off White. 4. Hit with ball: Chance. Time:
l oi. Umpires: O'Loughlln and Johnstone.
Kathaslaam aa Roata .tide.
The victory of the American league team
was celebrated with wild enthusiasm on
the south side, where the "White Sox"
grounds are situated. . Crowds of men and
boys armed with tin herns and cow bells
and bearing Immense canvas socks filled
with straw marched in the atreets, their
numbers constantly growing as others
caught the spirit and Joined the ranka.
Uonflres were kindled In the streets and
vociferous followers of- the successful team
joined hands and danced In unrestrained
Joy about them.
After the game President Murphy, of
the Nationals, called upon President Co
mlskry and congratulated him.
"If we had to lose I would rather sf
your team the victora than any other club
In the country." lie said.
"Tes, and I would rather beat any club
In the country than yours," replied Comls
key. A hearty handshake followed. '
Itateaieata hy Maaaajera.
"The finest bumh of ball players I ever
played against," Is the tribute Manager
Fielder JonfS of the victorious team paid
to the vanquished. I can't say too much
for the Cubs." he said. "There never waa
a time during the series that tiicy were not
dangerous opponents. I did not consider
the championship won until I taw Schulte
go out at first In the ninth."
To White, Walsh and Altrock. Manager
Frank Chance of tha Nationals laid the
downfall of the Cubs, of hla team's work
he said, "It was ball that would win under
almost any condition, but our pitchers
were unable to stop the Sox's batting ral
lies. I do not think the moat ardent White
Sox supporter can say that the Sox out
played us In the field. . They outbatted us
President Pulltam of the National league
I confess I was mistaken In mv Judgment
of the strength of the White Sox. I never
dreamed that Manager Jonea' men could
down a club that had made such a run
away race of the National league pennant
battle. To my mind the Cuba outshone
their rivals in the field, but it takes some,
thing besides fielding to win a series, as
the Sox demonstrated.
St. I.oala Xatlanala Wis,
ST. I-OUIS. Mo., Oct. 14.-The St. I.ou'a
Nationals acored their first victory over the
local Americans of the poat-aeason series
by winning the opening game of the final
double-header today. 1 to 0. The second
game was a flve-lnnlng tie.
The record for the series stands-: Ameri
cans, won 4: Nationals, won 1: tied. 1
I A feature was a match foot race between
i-,ii-a i,i uiv .ffuurrii-ana ana urcn ot the
Nationals, won by the former. ,
Score, first game: "
R H E
Americans ..A 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 0 i it
Nationals ...1 000000001 4 H
Batteries Powell and O'Connor; McGlynn
Score, second game:
R. II. E.
Americans A A 0 o 0 J A
Nationals 0 0 0 00 t t
Batteries Pelty and Spencer; Hosts-ter
AIR LINE TO CAPITAL CITY
Ranm that Union Paoifio ii t Bull frtm
Ontbt to Linoli.
ROAD ONLY FlFCf-WE MILES LONG
Mae tltlmately tn Re F.stended t
Central City or Grand Island.
Short enlaa Haal ta Coast
LINCOLN. Oct. 14 (Special.) The com
mercial Interests of Lincoln are looking
forward with decided Interest to the fruition
of the rumored plaji of the I'nlon Taciflc
railway looking to the consttuctlnn of an
sir line from Omaha to the Capital city
by whlrh the Istter la to become a main
line station on the Harrlmsn system. These
rumors come from apparently authentic
sources, the program providing for an ex
tension of the Lincoln line on to the west,
tapping the present msln line either at
Central City or Grand island. Thla plan,
If carried out. would shorten the main line
mileage nearly fifty miles, a fartor In thla
era of railroad management well worth
the considers t Ion of the I'nlon Pacific sys
tem. Surveys have already been made of
such a line between Lincoln and Omaha,
and a so-called air line fixed the mileage
at forty-one miles four miles less than the
present Burlington line between the two
cltlea, which Is now the short line.
Lincoln also has aspirations In other di
rections In the railroad extension line. The
officials of the Northwestern system hava
been approached on the subject of building
a connecting link between their Hatlng &
Superior lines, this link to run through
southern York and Seward counties, thence
coming straight east to the Capital city.
Will Advance Insurance Rates.
The wholesale and retail dealers of Lin
coln have been warned that they are des
tined soon to encounter a gradual boosting
of fire Insurance rates. It Is reported that
an Increase In Insurance rates on several
large stocks of goods In the city haa been
decided on, and thst In one Instance the
Increase baa been demanded. It Is claimed
that a considerable addition was made to
the rale on the Raymond Bros, tc Clarke
company stock. Some have suggested that
this l berause of the condition of tha
city water department, but the records
show a better water pressure maintained
during the last three months than during
any similar period In recent years.
One explanation of the Increases decided
upon la that the rates on the properties
included on the list scheduled for Increases
have been too low In the past, compared
with rates charged on similar risks In this
(kartell vrltb Insaltlna; Women.
Herman Koch and Thomas ". Culkms.
aged 42 and 37 respectively, ami both mar
ried men with famlli'a. were arrestvd by
Detective Malone at 1 o'clock this muinlng
on the charge of accosting and frightening
women on the streets. Mlsecs Nona Wilson
and Iena Keig were the complainants,
alleging that they were going home from
a party and were stopped and Insulted by
the two men. The alleged offense occurred
within a few blocks of the police station,
the young women hailing a u.erscnger buy
and bringing an officer on a hurry up call
to the scene. The two men spent Sunday
In Jail and will be tried Monday In police
w Wins; to Plate Hoaae Proposed.
Advocates of the proposition to ask Hie
legislature to construct a second building
on the state house grounds fur the particu
lar puriHse of housing the aupieme court,
the clerk and the slate library have en
countered so many protests, the latter
baaed on objections to destroying the beauty
and symmetry of the surroundings, that
they have mapped out a new program.
The new plan is to submit a proposition
for a new wing to the capltol on the south
aide, the same to cunt t'JOb.UOU. It Is pointed
out that the state house, during legisla
tive sessions, la much too small for the vari
ous needs to which the capltol Is put, and
that tha proposed wing would not mar the
building architecturally In any sense. It Js
further contended that the new wing should
be made absolutely lire nroof In order that
the supreme court records and the state
library, the latter being on-.- of the laifccfct
In the weat, might not be m constant
danger of deatructlon, as is now the case.
Y. M. ('. A. Cottage Baraed.
The fire nemesis Is still pursuing the
Young Men's Christian association of Lin
coln. Less than two years ago the Young
Men's Christian association quarters at
Thirteenth and P streets were destroyed
by fire, the association losing several thou
sand dollars In property beyond Its insur
ance. A canvass for subscriptions netted
enough money to repair the quarters and
also to' build a new gymnasium, which is to
serve later aa a wing for an entirely new
building, the entire plant to cost in the
neighborhood of 180.U0U. Early this morning
a cottage belonging to tha association, only
a few feet from the new gymnasium, was
found to be ablaze and Mie flames bad
pained such headway that the fireman could
only check their spread to the adjacent
buildings, while the cottage was practically
gutted. The loss Is estimated at t-.U only
half ot which is covered by insurance.
Addresses to Reuabllcnn Nlailenta.
There Is no lack of political nthnslusin
at the State university, and the univeralty
inen'a republican club has a larger mem
bership this year than ever. Laet year at
Memorial hall a meeting ot the club was
addressed by Robert Co well of Omahn and
Dr. H. J. Winnetl r Lincoln. CHn.id.iiea
On the republican ticket for railway c uu
mlsHoners. and J. C. F. McKwun md E.
P. Brown, rcpublicau legislative candidates
In Lancaster county. Mr. Cornell msde a
brief but pointed address, urging the young
voters to keep In mind that the republican
ticket In Nebraska this fall stood fo
Rooseveltism In all that It Implies, and
that the young man about to cast Ms first
vote should feel it both a duty and a pleas
ure to ally himself with a party which 1)hb
given the nation such a splendid executive
s the president. The other candidates
also addressed the meeting, after which
they were introduced personally to the
members of the club. A committee of club
members waa ehrsen to arrange for organ
ised rooting at the republican meetings tn
he held In Lincoln during the closing weeks
of the campaign.
Teaehera Meeting; at Kiuerson.
KMKRRON, Neb.. Oct 14. - Special. )-The
northwestern Nebraska teachers' meeting
held hers yesterday was a grea t success,
over ton teachers being- In attendance. The
forenoon icst-lon waa held In the blsh school
building and was divided Into three groups,
tha high school, the grades and the country
school sections. In the afternoon a gen
eral meeting was held tn the opera house.
Stat Superintendent J. L. Meltrian was
present snd delivered an address. Pres.
PlhT of the Wayne Normal, Pres. Clem
moni of tha Fremont Normal, County Su
perintendents Teed of Tonca. Hubbard of
Pender, Llttel of Wayne and Boucher of
Dakota City were In attendance, as was
also City Superintendents Stevens of Ponca,
Wilson of Wayne. Eller of South Sioux
City and Beeley of Emerson. Ths meeting
waa the best ever held In thla corner of
Salt Over Twa Feet at l.aa.
'NORTH PLATTE. Neb., Oct. H.-tipv-clal.)
Quite an important case was begun
In the district court Saturday, tha object
pf which Is to determine the title iu a
eirlp of land twenty-four Inches wide ami
12 feet long. The plaintiff l the wife of
the cashier of the McDonald State hank,
Mr. S. H. tlootee, ard the defendant Is the
wife of John Grant. on of the attornevs
of this city. The strip of hind lies be
tween adj. lining residence properties of the I
two women, and the defendant claims thst
she and her grantors have had adverse
possession of the land for twenty years,
and the plaintiff claims that the true lln"
between the properties wuuld give her two
more feet than she now hss, the value of
which Is about $10. The difficulty probnlily
arises from the feet thst the two blocks
In which th disputed tract of land Is In
cluded were originally a part of a I 'tilted
Btst. government fort, and did not In
come a part of the city when origin. illy
laid out. and when the same were made a
part of the city. Thre was and always
haa been some confusion as to the location
of the boundary lines.
ews of Nebraska.
KKNNARD Joe Neal of the firm of Bur
gess. Nesl A Co. brought eleven enrs of tine
feed'is from Valentine.
rLATTSMOCTH The Plnttsninutli fo-it
ball amateur team was defeated in Peru
Saturday, score 44 to u.
riATT8MOl"TH Sheriff Qulnton ar.d
Mrs. M. E. Manspeaker accompanied Mrs.
Alice M. Brlley to the asvlum for ins.tne
WOOD RIVER The fourth crop of
alfalfa has been cut and In the slick, am',
the yield of the crop this year surprised
the piost optimistic.
WOOD RIVER A. W. Casservan, a well
known sheepman, is constructing larr"
houre of a modern nature on his place
northweat of Wood P.lver.
WOOD RIVER Several thousand head
of sheep were received her last week
and will be fed in this nelvrhborle.od this
winter. They ore principally Wyoming unl
TABLE ROCK The Table Roi k ITgh
School Athletic aatuclHtlon was oriraiilied
here recently nnd elected the following of
ficers: President, Edward Benes: secretary,
Edgnr Norrls; treasurer, Carl Beck.
KKNNARD Joyce tit Price, Northwestern
railroad contractors, with a strong force of
men. Hrrlved here yesterday for the purpose-
of constructing a dllcli to drain the
Plough In the southern part of town.
KENNARD Washington county has 4. 41)
children of school ag. School property Is
valued at $li!4.4M. Total wages paid -to
teachers Inst year J.1tilK. which Is on In
crease of ll.4n.fta over the previous year.
PLATTSMOI'TH-Cnlonel H.' C. Mc
Maken has presented the local lodge of
the Grand Army of the Republic with a
Mix-pound bronze cannon and twenty can
non balls, which Is an pleynnt oinnment
for the lodge room.
WOOD IllVER-The local nursery com
pany has a, large force of men at woik
unloading and shipping Us fall delivery.
All of the truvellng salesmen were in last
evening and the company g:we them a
banquet and afterwards a theater party.
TECCMSKH A. H. Llnvlll, an elderly
man who has lived In this city for several
ears. died at his home Sunday morning
He had been In falling health for some
liine Mrs. Linvllt died two or three years
ago, but the deceased leaves several chil
I'TICA Waller Haitium 14 years old,
sou of D. J. Hartrum. fell off ;i fence
late Sunday afternoon while playing with
some companions and broke nls lelt arm
between the wrist and elbow, making a
bad fracture. A doctor was called, who
set the broken bone. It will be some time
before he will be able to use the arm again.
TABLH ROCK A reading room ha been
established here at the high school build
ing, which Is supplied with newspapers and
magazines, and the room has been finely
decorated with olctures and curtains. Mon
itors hae been appointed to maintain order
Of the sixty-six pupils In the high school 1,
lardy the law month. ; f0"'"1 hlch might possible be productive
TECCMSKH Tabernacle revival meet-r of tangible results: In fact. It appeared at
lngs. under direction of Evangelist' Lincoln I first to be of audi paramount Importance
McConneil of Atlanta, fia., were commenced at thnuirlit advisable to knn t lie
Sunday morning, and It is expected tocon- u,al ' , tnougnt advisable to Ktep tne
tinue them for a month at least. The J particulars of the find from the press, but
tabernacle Is a large affair, seating about this clue, like other, developed nuthlng of
1,500 people, and the attendance at the ,,,.,.
opening meeting was very satisfactory. X ; tance.
large chorus furnishes the uiuato. 1 Traelas llir Last Clue.
TECL'MSEH Tha funeral of Thomas Me- : Several days ago an Itinerant barber bur
Clure. who died at hlw- home near Klk ,-ieaiy i,.ft tle ttty under circumstance
Creek Inst Thursday, was held from the ., ' . , , , ,.
family home at -i o'clock -Sunday afternoon. tht seemed suspicious, and it was thought
The sermon was by Kev. Mr. Lindenmeyer, his hurried departure might have its orlg.n
ri"t."'i 0L.K"UlV'VhiVil,,',.C1l'n the renewed actlvltlea ot the police and
lecumsen Masonic louge, 01 wuicn neceunea
was a member. Past ,Mastt r S. P. Davidson
ST. PAl'l The fusion campaign rally
took place at the opera house Batuiduy aft
ernoon, with a fair audience. A brief pre
liminary add reus was' made by Mr. Hhum
way, tne fusion candidate, for congrtsp.
Mr. A. C. Snallenherger, the fusion candi
date for governor, then made an address
of more than an hour, speaking rapidly and
at considerable length on railroad and
PA PILLION In the case of fihonstrlng
Parkins against the Missouri Pacific rail
road, which has been on trial three du
bofore Judge Day, the. Jury returned a
verdict in favor of Mr. Pnrkins and as
sessed his dnmases nt $l9,0iu. This i th?
third time this same case has been trlert
here. U grew nut of a contract Mr.
Parkins had with the railroad company to
tHke a large amount of gravel for ballast.
PLATTSMOl TH Robberies are becoming
almost a nightly occurrence in this city,
find the sale of llrenrniH is on the boom.
Friday night the offices of K. D. and Frank
c ummins on Main nreei was eiu-i-o ,
nrv Ink onen the floor and aoout s.n worm
of' gold, for tilling ;eeth. a tliirl v-eight-
cnllber revolver and a lightweight over
coat were taken. Saturday night the resi
dence of Henry K. Weldman and also that
of Henry SchultJ were visited, hut tha
Intruders were f lightened away before se
curing any thing of value.
COLT MUCH The wedding of Mr. M.
I Keating and Miss Anna Fox was held at
j St. Bonaventuia church 011 Wednesday
IIIUI 111MB III "ir ,,r"Tll vi , -
t-rlutlvi-a The ln-ide and groom were at
tended by Miss Margaret Fox of Omaha
and Mr. r reu ueroer 01 imuiuuiin .!
bride Is the daughte - of Mr. and Mrs.
William Fox of South Omaha. The groom
Is a member of the firm of Keating &
Suhram. Mr. and Mrs. Keating are taking
a short wedding trip and on their return
will begin housekeeping In their, new home
In south Columbus.
Cuuralna Meet rl Arapahoe,
ARAPAHOE, Neh.. fct. 14. tSpecliil J el-
i-Siam.) This evening's train brought from
L-r.n.! hirlv.Kiv owners
, M..iu. 1.-. 11, n ..mirwlitc meet nt this
plHce. commencing Tuesday, making quite
larie addition to those already here. As
: ear sh fell and was nuiie wnmi-u
ijured. 8he is the piv'iiy of M T. llannen
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Shorn ers In Nebraska Today and la
Eastern Portloa Tomorrow Hala
aad Cooler la Iowa Today.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 14-Korecast of the
weather for Monday tind Tuesday:
For Nebraska and Kansus Showers Mon
day und In eastern portions Tuesday.
For Iowa Rain and cooler Monday; Tuis
For South Dakota-Showers Monday,
cooler in east portions; Tuesday fail.
OFFICE OF TUB WEATHER BI'HKAI
OMAHA. Oct. 14. cmclal recoru 01 leni
at ore und precipitation conipured with
ccrrcsiKinding day of the list three years:
1 I'nV !!. IfC
Maximum temperature ft o w
Minimum temperature M 4-t
Mesn temperature M S-
Prsclnllatlon T .!V
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1
and comparison with the last two years
Normal temperature SI
Excess for the day 1
Total deficiency since March 1 I
Normal precipitation (is Inch
DciUiency for the day Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 25. W Inches
Deficiency alnce March 1 i. so Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 16.. 4. ii Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, linH. . 3-19 Inches
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
Station and State , Temp. Max. Ruin-
of Weather. 7 p. m. Temp, full 1
Bismarck, clear t" , .' .oul
Cheyenne, part cloudy 4S tio
Chicago clear M T.' .mi
Davenport, cloudy 4 74
Denver, cloudy W ? .00
Havre, part cloudy in T
Helena, cloudy So fx I .uo
Huron, cloudy 00 Kit .
Kansas City, cloudy J hi ,t 1
North Platte, cloudy , 4 .i2 J
Omaha, cloudy M 7 . I
St. Ixiuls. cloudy 6ri 7" .o 1
S ilt iMku City, cloudy , 5 t,4 .
Valeptlne, cloudy U no .
W'illiMon. raining I W T!
T ImltcatSH trace of precipitation.
L- A. WELeH. Lstal foitiaaier.
5EARC11 FOR BRUTE GOES ON
Police Do Net Belai lfforti to Locate
WEEK CF FAILURE SPURS THE ENdFaVOR
Entire Force Occupied In the Hunt,
bat ( laea Afforded So Far filve
. I.laht on Identity of
Tata reward will be paid tor evidence
leading; to tha arrest and contlctloa
of the parson or persons who mar
tiered Josephine Knmmelhart In tha
city of Omaha oa tha night of Sat
nrday, October 6, 1906. Tha tact that
tha Tlctlm of thla brutal murder waa
a poor working woman without rtoh
or Influential frWnds haa prompted
tha offer of this reward, for which
tha following- contributions are pledged!
the Omaha Be. 9 50.00
Omaha national Bank 60.00
First National Bank 60.00
J. Ii. Biandais Ik ons 90.00
Tha Bennett Company 60.00
O. W. Wattles 60.00
Thomaa Kllpatrlck a Oo 60.00
Byrne-Hammer Dry Oooda Co . . 60.00
Xee-aiaaa-Andreessn Co 60.00
M. B. Fmith Co 60.00
City of Omaha 600.00
Ooanty of Doaglaa 600.00
State of Bebraska 800.00
Friends of Miss Bammelhart. . 860.00
S. Andorson, South Omaha 40.00
Five hundred dollars reward will be
paid by the relatives of tha lata Her
bert O. Bnrke for Information lead
ing1 to arrest and conviction of tha
parties who killed him at or near
Florence Pumping Station, Sunday
craning, October 7, 1109. Address
Oeorgs Bnrke Company, Sonth Omaha,
Thla, with John Steel's $00 and tha
county's $000, makes $1,500 icward
A week has passed since the litlxrna of
Omaha were startled by the news of the
murder of Miss Josephine Rummelhart,
and the victim of the brutal nt-aault has
been laid at rent, but the perpetrator of the
fiendish crime la still at large and the po
lice have no good clue that may lead to
his apprehension, notwithstanding the large
teward offered by public-minded cltliens
and the authorities In the hope of eliciting
Information concerning the murder.
Principal reliance had bfen laid by the
police on the varlnjs rewards offered.
after they had worked unceasingly for
several days, only. to . have their diligent
efforts attended by what has practically
been failure. Tips and clues In ubundance
have been run to earth without avail, the
detective force of the city has been aug
mented by the addition of many officers
working as plnln clothea men, and theories
galore as to the circumstances surrounding
the murder have been exploded after care
ful Investigation by the police, who have
never relaxed one Instant In their efforts
to run the guilty persons to earth. Salur
Uay t WBB i,eicv,d that a ,.lue ilad br?n
the substantial Increase in the amount af
the reward offered 'for the apprehension of
the murderer. Several detectives were
placed it work' on this clue and It Was
ascertained that the suspect could not pos
sibly have been in the vicinity of the crime
on October 8.
Sunday 'morning Chief of Detectives Sav
age sent several of his men out on a mls-i-lon.
but the results are not believed to be
such that will lead to any new develop
ments. The neighliorhood in the vicinity
of Twenty-sixth and Dodge streets was
again carefully canvasned, hustlers and
stablemen .were Interviewed, servants In
the homes of the residents were catechised
us to their whereabouts on the night of the
assault, but nil the persons seen were able
to give a good account of themselves and
! had seen no strange or suspicious rharac
torg abroad near the time of the murder.
One 'Interesting circumstance that has
arisen within the last twenty-four hours is
that several if the best men of the grent
Plnkerton detective agency have arrived In
the city, their presence being attributed to
the mysterious murder, although It is net
known whether their presence la at the in-
stance of the police department or of
; dirnds of the outraged woman.
Chief Donahue's Theor.
Chief Donahue Is Inclined to the belief
thai thm crime was eommitterl hv nm. ner.
,mu r,me a" committed Dy some per
son residing In the neighborhood of the as
sault and that this person Is keeping cure
fully under cover or may be protected by
friends, as it la the chief's theory that the
crime may have been committed by some
degenerate who was cognisant of the hab-
1 us u ones luaimii ami i. lisi winier ino
j residema of the neighborhood were greatly
j annoyed by Hie attentions ct a "Peeping
j Tom." who skulked In the alleys and even
. wj rar aa stand Datientlv In the
attain his ends. The theory that the crime
was consummated by a person familiar
with the ground gains additional weight
when it Is remembered that the unfortu
nate woman's body was csrrled Into the
rear yanj of the home of Paul Lowe, SR3
Dodge street, which Is In the nature of a
cul de sac, there being no point of easy
egress from the rear of the lot. Unlets
, the murderer was thoroughly familiar With
the ground he would hardly have run the
rink of carrying his victim Into the yard,
where discovery was Imminent elthrr by
the occupants of the Lowe home or by the
barking of dogs. This, at least. Is one of
the theories advanced by Chief Donahue,
who has not abandoned home that the
j guilty person may be brought to Justice,
INANS SEE AND ARE SEEN
(Continued from First Page.)
listed men of the army, General Dodge
thinks. Is small compensation for their
services. While the enlisted soldier U
fed, rHihed and housed by the govern
ment, our 'Tommy Atkins" believes he
should get more in the way of pay than
$1.1 per month, which is the pay of a prl-
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vate. General Dodge tersely puts It that
a discontented army Is not an efficient one
and then calls attention to the large num
ler of desertions during the past year.
Remarkable as It may seem the law recog
nizes little difference between the pay of
a private an dnon-commlssloned officer.
A corporal gets two dollars more a month
than a private and a sergeant five dollars
more. Genera) Dodge contends that tile
army would be materially benellted If th
pay of the non-commissioned officer was
raised to a sum which would make It an
object for a soldier to qualify himself for
obtaining and retaining such position.
With an increase In pay It Is his belief
the positions would be sought after and
when attained would not be forfeited as
readily as now by carelessness and Indif
ference. The sergeant Is a power III the company.
In the "Drums of the "Fore and Aft" Mr.
Kipling's best short story, the sergeant of
the company plays his part and In the old
border days as well as Indian fighting days
the sergeant has held msny a pass for the
measly sum of 125 per month and a mule.
William 8. Penlstoa
NORTH PLATTE. Neb., Oct. 14. tSpeclal
Telegram.) William 8. Peniston. one of
the pioneer citizens of western Nebraska,
pasnod away this morning at 4 o'clcck. Ills
death was due to dlseaae incident to old
age. Mr. Peniston came to Fbrt McPher
son between a quarter and a half century
ago and filed a homestead claim of 18)
acres where a principal part of this city Is
now located. He and Beach I. Hlnman,
who died several months ago, had home
stead side by side. From both of these
homesteads additions to this city's most
prominent residence portions were laid out.
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and each took the name of the homestead
er. Pfnlxlon held manv different offices.
He was county treasurer, an offlciiil In the
I'nited States land offlca nnd Justice of tin
peace. All early reeirds of Lincoln county
are In his handwriting, and the rVor.1s
written by deceased for the county und
t'nltfd States Innd office will fill niauy a
large volume. The ilerensed leaves several
children and grandchildren and manv old
and pew acquaintances to mourn his loss.
He died nlmoi-t In the harness', hav
worked up to almost a few hours before be
became unconscious. He was about
years of age. The latter years of his llf.
were devoted to practice before the 1'nlted
States land office here, with which he was
very familiar. He handled the filing of
hundreds of homesteads and also scores of
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