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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BKE: DECKMBKK lfi, 100G.
R'JI)r AS i) FilUKR WIN
of ' f 1
D'w;:ng ad hopr :e sccoad
... ... i
lirfl"lor 11 1- I on .et
Re.Iell from " rnc fire-nt
4 rmril tli.Utt.
NEW VO'llC. I. . . t.Vnnnt -,r,l
fir", ..I'nwnin," nnl H . i .f.oi si-iwu
R u I
Ci I MrrR ulni-i! thltd.
Trcw I" iIuk v ere winners l:i tl clx-d-iy
Blrv.. rn.ro ooneiii.l ! m f idon S'lTirc
gfiid"n tonigM. Th Hs: -)-)!' v.is rld1-'i
hy FoKl-r. How il'lt ITl Rout. ri-p!l'rty. i
f'lr Mi" tliri!- nrst l-anti. Th? titno wm
S:IT. Tl'o llKtiirrf cavi-rcl by-m rilit
fnn'ii romninlnir wan v, Ilea n-ij iuo
lnr. At tl,i finish th rlili-rs rir 4tl
mllia i-.ivl two lap liphml thf l-.-coril ft
by MMIim' find Wnlli-r for ih am number
of lioura In lfii Tho aim- ti-un wi n liiat i
1'iir'n nr, Rool thm nuiklnn tho tliinl '
Tho nidor of fi ilh of tho uthir tcuns I
follows, the ij.'utm-r ridlnj i - ln.t ni'l
til In plnrod fl! at :
I'ift .1- Moltlini.'. .'niiiii':i : I.il n,
Klyili Clark nnil Fy. Autril!a
Povonth Do'V:f y, i!i"loir. M"Mn
K!ghlll- CooHSot !lld Cl-rx"f. Tr-r-lfliT.
- I'IumI Diatt Moulna.
Al InnxS, whin tin 144 hours if ri.biT
hnd be' iuio ro:i'pl tod, all oxropt t'-o li- i l
ora woio. arooit'.lrg t tho rn'.f-a. n'tirrd
from -I ho trark. Tlio"o n-t rod woro W.U
Imur mid Hrdi ll, r.iid l!n Im and S imu l-
ma no .lip I'ii-v e.irnrr i:i hip raor. i un
Ifft lht teaira. Hint oni -half of th ordi
nal atartcta, to litflit out tho finish at i :i"
mllo. The eight i iih ra wi r ai-nt away In
a good at-irt nnil t: final ring) i f ton U::i n
around tho tnuk proved to M , whirlWnd j
ending. Fogler took the lend nt the start t
and never lust It. though hard ptessod by j
Down!,,, who kr,t on aimo-t oven t -rma '
At tlmea only thoao nt po.nts,of unuaual ,
ynt : wete able to teil jneitlvi-'y who
wn. in the lead. Kr-K.or. however, held his j
iii n,.i..,n " j - i
narrow ninrfcln f.om Uawnlim. who in tu:r.
wna closely pre. roil by floOt. Tho others
flnlahed In a bunch.
Th wlndup furnished aport that uml-r
ordinary clrrumi-tniicea wuuid have hroutjf.i
the crowd that imcaed Madison Buuaro air- t
lien to aufl(Hatiiii to- ;it ' f. k ill' a u.i i
demoni-triitlon. 1 he rillri-mtnt oi uai.nu .r,
and IJIsdi-ll and -tho- fact, that they Were
not ...owed .evera. p. wr.lch the ap,c-
Utora lH--.levrd ahou.d hav boen K'""
them reaultel In audi dlsaatlsfar-tlon that
the least uuhuslusm of th week ,m m.inl-
.... , , , .. ... ,
feated nt the conclusion of the oont s,.
When the retiring loa n were ordered
from the trick there w( r hout. of unfair
rulings. Ex.lten.ent wn. intenae .ivher, the
final spurt begjn, but th chaors with
which the 'start was' attended rv
fainter n. the .... n ii.de on until tho virt.ir '
of Root and Fogl.-r waa ret-olvod with com
paratlve eoolni ss. t-Ni-jier, Jurlngthe week
hud been rrlxlng up In sevcril ru.ils that
prevented laps leirj made. tY.c pr.i'-s will
ba awuiUeU Monday.
Grent t'rolvd fees Finish.
During the last few hou' . of th race
17.000 persona Joined in a contluuoui up
ruar. dividing their cheers betwenn their
favorites. Not un Inch ol loom waa un
occupied In the boxes, galle. I and In the
arena, und ht least 1,(XK) persons stood under I
th tra.'fc at lie'eaat ah.l wr-st ends,1 unabla
.. . i-n j- .k i... l.j.
to m-t a glhttpse of th- . rideis. Kve arte.
orders were given to closo ine doiirs, Madi-
aon avenue w4s. blr.ckod with A twrglnj I
orowd. Police had all they could . do kj
preserve ordfr In the street. For the ftratlgattas until Ater'can row'ng authorities
time uniformed men appeared in the bufM
lng and as a result, rowdyism wuS Ichi
From 6 o'clock until the nd of the rac.
ther was a series of "spurts.";
Coffey made an attempt shortly after li
o'clock to get a lap nnd had succeeded In
losing the bunch wh-n the red Hag went
out and his work resulted in nothing. The
orowd hlsned the decision. Walthour re
ceived a great welcome when he came on
the track at 7 o'clock. The foreign riders
Watched Walthour closely and at the all 3 lit- ' trnck until the Americin authorities mm-
lnJiii nf t.,r,r t .r., n-. . plote an uvtement With ;he Henley c inl
m Indloatioo of an attempt to aprlnt Oor- Jn Uf.f a, gl;ch exists with the Crerm.n
get. who cloaely followed his roar wheel '
would shout a warning in French and the
othets would rush ahead of the southerner.
COM. RUE BAXQt F.TS ' ITS TEAM
Doss Students Proad 'of Font nnil
crfti. Ne'h n l" li Soeel il i-The
rv.,,V ; ...denl-'.svi hMnnuet it nhzht
In the college chapel In honor of the foot
ball fciuad. Coach Fuhrer started In this
fall with just two "V" men, but In n.iti
of th handicap worked up a credltubie
game. Although the big game iif the
How Good Food may
Turn to Poison.
aTPS. ECAYIsnot dlrestlon, youknow,
J I . ', . . , , .
II 1 even when It takes plac In th
Food decayed In the body
(tar being een la at dangeroui to health
a food decayed before beir.g eaten.
Food nourishes or polaona, just accord
ing lo how long it remains In the Bowe'.g
Most ol th Digestion occurs In th
thirty lest of Intestines.
Thy ar lined with a set of little
mouths, that squeeze Digestive Juices Into
K F-o4 e.ten
th Food eaten.
Th Instestlne are also lined with million
f llttl suction pumps, thlt drsw tho Nutri-
men! from Food, as It passes them in going
B... .l .U - D t It 1.. . weak
OJl, Winn un ajmr-.iiiK.iiii v. -
fh Food moves too slowly to' stimulate
th Utile Cstrlo Msyths and thro is no
i k.'iinl. n,, f riiiva luir.a.
. ,V VI " , ,,uw w. fc' . ...... . j
to chsng the food Intj nourishment.
Then, th food decays ln the Bowels,
and lh little suction pumps draw Poison
from lh dscavei F;oJ. Inb the blood, in-
,.e.d of the Noiriuo., they should h.v.
Now, Cascsrets contain th enljr com
blnaiian of drurs that Stimulates these
Muscles of the Br-ve's a:il I -.tesf.nes Just
as a Cold Bath, or open-air Exercise, etlm-
ulxti a LsiV Man.
Ciscarots th:refore act Ilka Exercise.
tl. A. tV, .am. r.r, nl Natural
result that Sis Mile wtlk In th country
would produce without any Injurious Chm-
The Vest P-xltet Cascaret Bos Is sold
ky all Druggists at Ten Cents.
B sura you get th f '2aln,?'. mad only
by th Sterling Remedy Company, and
never soli la bulk. Every tablet stamped
ran-tv the Pd'emi grime, was lost Lr I
tl -eri.n.l i. iw in l vpmn, yet the Imam
( !'' 'I' U" u T'' is tind tney iMiMiuit.-l
i..' i O-fi-nii .; t :i i. !',.( tonus nl troll".
.. I ! : . .ill I'll riT wire oivei,
!".!. , li(... i! ,l il.i v liM;i(ht u.-.lglil t
! !,..,,U., I P .
"iiinuKi dvi(k to u;n n-.m
I "in Vi. Retirement After Tro Ue-
fonts -Wonld riednce In.n-.HT.
"Tf f 1 : . : . ij would gull the ring m'ter
tl , , ; i ip.i;,,,,,., th-re Would l8
in hit in iifr. i.ner fttiuilie anil room
!'i iur it o .iitr.i. i uri .-oukey In
ai- ink il.i. eith' r d iy.
' I'M the li m-i." continued the ill'ir.
"111"! i s i:miv iti7.y mm lr. 111.' r.n today
lllin 'Hip.'.' h.iVe ml 111". I i.f. 'I'll Ml,
!( .. i.. -i- I j i t love to g.-t licked. I
n it th" H'lii- icii tt,,.iiiit tii'-if w:i.
no chain to he M ch.impioii. There's no
us.- siicklnir at tin. g.uii". Inning tills ween,
ytin-i i.k the nort. und liking a fltT at.
'Hnc I i.i . 1 1 u. Thfc IVIlnnji co crmy
.efc.re they ipr jtrt M:ir t ti top. md
If" the "iii.p i r.id thi't runs"" .11 111"
oui ii . T
fco i ra7.v In tin I in n. tlKl t
n nrl ii n I mm i v ..: ' . v.
Kmt.v' mnr Is ir 1 In th- ,m. unlil hi-
K"' "ii-- ir two ii.'ini tM-utlniis. nnil tiii-ri
li-a ili-Hd. so fur lis Imhtins Is rnrin i ni-U.
All o! our hft men Invp fouvlit oni- di
two Kllllt Imtllifl Ull'l linn llllVl- R,IH
ha"li. ".lohn 1,. Hullivtin nnlt tr, lirst tln.e lii"
was II, kril. Jol ll (mil llio rlKllt mi ll. lli-n-i-t
ft Ixtf r mm umlxint it mn at that
rl 1 1 lost to Flu at I'nrnon In a grueling
t!!.''? "i1!1 li" "''V!'r ft"'1 "f ,"'r lh'1,1-
novi r i nii.e b.uk attn Joft bo it bim that
m o. no ran at 11 num. nut n .
t tho a inic Flti." Sun Franolsco Chron
I Tho Xortn (imal.i Athl-llc r luh I ills aito-lioi-dr.l
In so. urtn ; a cool siibstltufo for
Kid Ji -on for Hio bout witli 'unil'bell
l oxt I'rldiy night at OMI;o(T a bull. .1. nsrn
wn - ii t t i ii hi u- i ni.us'i to liiivo his nrni
MMrii--n n ivo-'.r nun In a x-rouiid boxing
I ' ll! win, MoMahnn und will b- k- pt nut of
i llo- ring f,,r aomo ilnio, Til limit r.oxt
, l-": l ':ay wi I ho bi-twsn Kid Hlio, m in of
' Wlri'lr.og. Mm., and I i-.nipbill. Tho rlul,
I I'or.aid -i i:ilr Inrt inato in . , urii g iu Ii
I a g.i-id aijiiaiiiuia to jonai-n. for Slii-nn in
' a loo! r.,t upr.r, us t!io light wi lirht i fca'ii
i plon of I'liuid;, ,in, ist yoar wlilpp- d llob
I Harris in Uomlon.
foot Ull for Hie M.nnin.i has bd tn n
In bill at Urn of M.s s, orlmr durlni; tho last
four onrs. K l.cisill'a ability on tho grid
iron noitcd l h riiRii teams oi-or 240 oolnls.
Miihi'.'an. nothing loth to outdo Its old
I M aH. p.ilnia t i former rap'aln Hoston'a
' Tfor rV.nM
Th Ciurlnnatl te'm of the National
i,.k , m.-i;,,, f Portland and r.
Hall of Poattle have boon tilod out and
tiuiuni-t? oi i nt Br rooruits.
"tt has boon sold." renvirka tho latest
rna'ifluo, The rircle "that the b'cvelo
rrnde Long 11 ind. although It mirbl 'ip
fear thnt tho .iiiloinnblle haa since absoihod
It. New Yorl eis did not know what a gar lon
spot was lylnu nf thoir doon uitll tho
br-.le i roe to lure them ut on Its level
"ii"". rno tnry nuart breathe its puro.
-I 'lrrnHiu ilr. The hlovclo did Its full
Ifhnre In hrih-lng abr.ut the pfreat auhurbaii
j VhU ,;r,ewpn0alr XlZ
riev-1 -.pToni of the bicycle hnhlt. Tho city
j dwol'or rodo out into tl.e -niintrv and wis
, rr' "I'"1. 1"lr' mriko him a hoim.
I I lie re. Thrmigli the biryole he learned t-
, 1lvr. Ihf. ,.olmlry Rrlf, frnm )r,v,n? vrrr,ri
j trees, broad lawns, fresh nlr nnd mIhtIiir
1 n IJylnsr nmonn thorn whs but ii
Vrdn," ,i WfTV? V"k
soil, and nothinR- lfs done more to dovelo-,
'nul fetter this offoefon than tho bloyrlo.
1 ". ",r. wniei liri m .o l".
autr.n-nhll'st H "dds the vigorous exercis-,
ol reaostr nnlsm.
A3IKRK A4 R . niIRD FROM IIKM.KY
Chnrnre thnt Vesper float Club Onrs
men Are ot A ma ten r.
LONDON. Dec. 15. As a rrau:t of dis
cli s- res- r-ui'.n-r the Inrjulry held by the
N'Ulonal Aasccli tion of Amateur Oarsmen,
'I nt tre oxrenses of the crew of tho Vesrer
, Boat club of Phil leiphlii, which rowed al
, Henley in IfiOo. have been paid In p.rt by
! D iblic subserinf ion. wh!.-h dl--rualiflcri theo
under the !mif of the Amateur Rowing as-
roe anon or l-.r.giand and r.eouso the effl-
ei s of tli Americ n ttssociiitlon hid cer-
u,)cd tt! to thg t.rBW'n amateutlsni wlth-
tint cue Irrbll v, ti e Howards of the Henley
re-rnita ti -s"d i reoiutlon today under
! wl'loli all m.tle ..i crews and feuilers are
f'e'lfi rrfl frnm n-.,n,tlnir r I Inn'n,.
oonplet" an asrieement with the Henlev
i-o-oniltti o sin h as i '.ready oxlats with the
French. Ormnn. Dutch, Belgian and Can
udinn assi-.i laticrs.
AMF.niCW DOtiMKV ARK HAHRKD
Must He Mmlf If
. Hiiee at Henley.
LONDON. Dec. 15. By a resllution
adoptid by tli" rog-.tla t-tewards at a meet
ing held at Henley thla afiernoon the all
Anierlctin crow'a aculleis are debarred l:i
the future fro.u comnetlnir at the Henlev
Batting Averages American League Season 1906
CHICAOO. Dec. 15 The Imttlng avernses
of th American league, which were given
! .. f- ..oi.iir ,.ion todav. .how that th.,
. ... , " ....r.
'""'"' w -
-led off the championship. The' highest
, . , ... ,,.,.,.
avera:,e for teams Was made by Cleielancl.
i which tcorod .I",f. New -York was second
I with 2iiS. Chicago was la't with .i'SO.
The Individual honors were carried oft
by Stone of St. Louis and Clarke of Cleve-
land. .'both of whom averaged Stone
Btone. St. Louts 154
; Clarke. C.eveland "
1 Lujui. -Cleveland Joj
, Chase. New ioiK ld
1 t'ongaiton, Clevemnd ll.
1 obi). Detio.l.
K.lck, l-l- vela:. a
Jtossmuii, l it ve.u.id. ...
KlIXTfeld. Now Vblk...
KeoltT. New Yrk
Murphy, '.ul.J- .'i. a-.
trig, r, Ne ,v Y oi i
Meiiuiif. New V. rk
I raw ford. Letioll
um m. Pi.i.aileipMn
Hemphill, Si. I.ou.s
Hlckn an, Vi ashingtun..
. . . 77
ocnieck. i'i,ii.uie. u
,,,n. Iki;, i. i n
wil.lams. New York...
t'olllns. Boston. .
Bemis, Clevf land
I .rill. ,CW tOIK..
a,,.,. -ii fine nnd
, , p, ',, New York.'.'.'.' l-i
t toss. Waslilncton 1--0
t loss, Waslilngton....
Mi lntyie, ieti'u,t
Jor..--i, Det rt it
XVsllace, Bt. Louis
i ii'imhue. I i I. ago
i.ll li 1, t'lllluoelplild.
Jones, St. Louis
I Nelll. . 'lut-ago ,
Winter. B. sion
I'onK y. New York...
. vr.ly'k. St. Louis..
! Kitson. Wssnington.
i tddrlng. Philadelphia....
i Co.an I.. Pn Iladelpnia . . .
i g.haef r, Detroit
1 irel anty. New York...
Morlarltv, Nw York..-..
Powell. 8t. Ioul
0 Brlen, Ml. l,u,
1 I, nk. pi ilailelphla. ......
NUti, Si. Louis
litoh. Irll'im and Cnn llin associations.
The iin.-t!on wns bi-nuglu hit bv Fle'cher.
tho Oxford roirli. hi h i oiil.-ome of the
trouble In Ihr Vcii'ir Lit luh if I'hlli
il lpMi I, ml Junr. .mil :i ior I rutfcy dl
i -i: lnn th" v iii-nil rniM of t!v- ir.-ni i
-trr or'.i-r-'l In h" ril'rr1 In .iron) ncf
with A ri-ff-'Iu; Inn whirl! wn approvod
"Xo pnlrlin hiill b cniirril of nny rrcw
or srnlli r outtil" of thi l'nl'"il Klnmlom
1" '" ,vlliK '.o i rlul) in t nlTlllHt. to a
,,,'t rr IiMppii li.in liu,"i. ff i. n nMvtmi.l
wi:h tli l oooilti, r- In ch:tre- of the nr- I
ij-ncr-tirnt of llo 11,-nli'V r-u,ittn." I J
i : 1 two -niirilrit-4 of nrv I'vi-irtur.r in
lh" r 'Win mirl'l nr" iifffrt-d by th- rco.
lutlon, numbly. th I'niti-J Slatm und Aim
trnllu. WITH TlIK IMIWI.KRK.
Iniori'Ht In th loiyi:-- r-.'.oo at tho asso
iliUiiii nlltya arrma to hive Inr a.ia-il with
I hi- putilli- ilurln I ho lit ora. ludiilnx
from th,- orowils pn a-nt to w.ti.on tho
I ho Rtort H'.'joa' and Kruif l' irks both
won tlu-ir tVroo irnnua. o thor- waa r.o
r' iiilivo rlimiK" In tliilr l. in I i.k. I'ho I'.
I J. K. a ilropprrl rno and 'ho dnlmod
tnitoh wna puatjonod Tho Mori tonm took
a ttnmp and art now ton gaim-s b' hind tho
londi-rs. but Ihore la pion'.y of llm for
horn to yet jui I in tho top. Tho boat Im
proveniont shown whh by tho Urtshi ra.
1 hia foam now h:is ns aironic bow;ora a
oin bo found In tho louguo and tl.olr maioh
Kriilay itel t waa full of tho ri'.il Hr-shfr
llfo. it holprd tho b-ys to hivo "Ai.'
ro. Thing from the side llnoa and thoy rol!o I
rhelr ton mi mn for lh,-- . Hson Hnlh
Ichrui a nr rwiw bonding vrry or.orgy tr-
,, .,,o , :ikn tho i-nmlnir iiiv tonrnamont
tlio groat-'st Ixuvllng event ever held In
I'lmttia. There will probably h- twelve or
more Rve-men teams, twenty-flve two-men
leims nnd sixty Individuals tJ conttst.
llosldes good cish prizes there will bo u
handKomo gold modal froui Kdholm, ta-r
Jeweler, for the man with the hUh"t tolal
'I'ii s In the three events, and Mresher. lh
tailor, has offered a pair of tiro tn u-fr
f, r the best alngle aoort of lh- ("'irnamtnt
Other special lulnes will be announced Itucr
bv tho committee.
Stand ng of teams In th" Omaha Howling
le-iaue at the end of tho hlrte.nth week:
T. V. K. P.C P ns
atror. Blues "!! li .7'4 37.011
Krog J'.irks :...? 21 i: .W2 . S.'J
ll. D. K. a 22 17 5H7 M UK
Onlmod. 3A 11 .5.V. M.im
M.-tz Bros 3! 19 T .4? 3145
ll.imlllons 15 21 .417 32.132
Ciidahva 39 13 2 .,'133 33.r3o
Urechers 19 f 31 .26 32.943
lielalled work of the teams:
P C. Htk. Sprs. Spl. Rrs.
Storz Blues 91(1 8:16 S"9 156 lAO
Km-,- Parks 770 S i5 166
O. L). K b f91 739 Ml 1H0 1M
Onlmo'i Ki" fioi 7.7 171 14
H17. Bros M2 7Z tfA 14S 114
1 1 a m 1 1 , tn in ' 71 71 ltVI 21S
fudahva KM 62 W)2 2il 25
Dreahe'rs 781 6S7 821 164 S78
Ann latlon handicap billiard tournament:
Hdp. P. V. L. P C.
Neale 10 4 4 0 1000
Chandler ..: sc 4 3 1 .750
Ileum n sc S 2 1 .66;
potter sc a t 2 .600
Williams IB 2 1 1 .oOO
Oil tilt ha '40 4 1 3 .2.-S0
Huntington 10 2 0 2 .OuO
Hartley 60 4 0 4 .000
flimes. Av. Games. Av.
C. Francl.sco.. 3 JS French 36 1KJ
Anderson 79 2nu.Norene 36 1H2
O. Francisco.. 24 l!5Moly i-.eaux ... 39 1K1
MfM'ague 36 ISilHemien 3 180
Cochran 35 ISJUggett 36 179
tijerde 39 lSJNlcoll 24 179
Neale 39 191 Frush 36 179
Johnson ?6 l'.-lOreenleaf 21 17H
Sprague 33 191J,.nos 11 17il
Marble 39 l9)Muglll 24 173
Potter 30 linWIIIIams 36 17',
Frltscher 36 lS9Taylor 11 176
Hi mpke 33 lioZarp 15 l.t
Pickering 33 INxTracy 26 17-
Sheldon 24 imChandler 30 170
Weber 19 187 H. 1). Heed ... 39 173
Donman 36 K7Chatelain 39 172
Kncell 25 1S6 V. C. Reed ... 3o 17u
-immermin .. 3K Crooks 6 166
Hjntlngton ... 39 lSSOr.ttlths 33 16i
Forsiutt 36 ISRaoff 18 160
Hrunke 39 IMOordy 23 li
Hartley 30 lS4McCabe 3 158
Blskoney 36 lS3Catherwood ... 24 152
Hengele 3D lt3
The greatest surpil'e of the week was
that of the U Brlens when they took two
games from the CcPs It soob to show
that no tenm has walkaway. While the
O'Briens are In last place they are second
in the league on high single games and if
It wojiri improve, all the bowiers us mucn
as it did Clark of the O'BiU-na to get a
lay off It Is up to th capiaina to let the
low man out each week, friend or no lrlend
aiid see If It doesn't help them for their
next game. Mr. wannz, tne cnier mogui
of the Commercial league, also pinch
bowler, is Just now devising ways to send
two teams of the Commercial league to
tho Denver bowling tournament, which
takes place March 7 to 14. Mr. Stapen
bori of he Commercial league Invites all
01 his friends to cull on Philip and have
mi in,, h.ng n account of him changing
"- in h"he r to a benedict-- Tonight the
btorz iilue Kiouons against Lcmp s Fal
si 1 rrs.
Team standing of Commercial league
Teams. Oumes W. L. Pins. Av
36 32 4 81.913
' He Malts
Oo u lops
1. maha Bicycle Co.
M uck Kats
.. 36 2.) 11 30 614 6;
..30 19 11 6i3
..3.1 20 13 2ti,810 n6
..33 18 IS 26,o7 WS
.. S3 IS 20 26.748 WI
.. S3 12 20 15.719 S8i
. 36 13 23 38.247 SOI
played In 1D4 game; waa at bat 681 times.
made 208 lilts and ninety-one runs. Clarko
wa ln nfty-seven game, at bat ITS times,
nuuie l-ty-lou. hit and twenty-two runs,
Lajole was th.rd with an average of .365.
cha,e of ew vrk fourth with 343 and
.!! , u ' ? ,sa.and
congalton fifth with .iiv.
Chicago' best batter, Smith, was aix-
teenth on the list.' He made .293. The
champion run-getter was Flick of Clev-
land, who made ninety-eight The record
for stolen buses, thirty-nine, was made by
f.B. 9.H. S B. Ave
2.S 17 20
24i 24 28
In. i4 12
141 14 23
Dougherty, Chicago '
- Muliln. Detroit 60
3-J Lindsay, Detiolt 141
-0 Btahl, Washington 137
.3-'" Halm, Chicago HI
Kk'inow, New York........ W
3U Koehler. St. Louis 66
"- Newton, New I ork 21
u lear, Detroit 128
34 Bchmldt. Detroit
1"1 Morran, Boston 88
6 Sullivan, Chicago 118
.299 Jackson. Cleveland 'oo
2SS Hsrtsell. St. Louis 1
29J Bhean. Pliiladelpnla 23
292 Hern hard, Cleveland 31
.211 Hugh s. VS aslilngton. '
-290 Selbarh. Boston 0
I Carrlgan, Boston
-28,i Joae, Cleveland 36
"4 Chesbro. New York 44
-'M Hroiitl.ers. Phlla 6
24 Lone. Detroit 41
Smith, St. lxui 19
.2,9 Peterson, Boston 39
.278 jnetM, Cleveland 63
t lua. Philadelphia
Thomas. New 1 ork
.276 Knight. Pnliadelphla 74
2,4 p,arh eu. Cleveland 41
K74 Caflyn. Clevtland 30
,273 ii Connor, rti. Ixiuls 68
271 F.ells. Cleveland 14
20 Godwin, Boston 66
261 While. Chicago ....28
2'3 eiii.th. Washington .., ga
i6o Ulise, Boston u
.Wi Spencer. St. Louis 6s
.268 Dygert, Philadelphia..,,,,. S6
i7 Tnuehlll. Cnicjgo ....112
M Falkenberg. Wash'tor..,,.,. 4j
i'.i Kllllan, Deiroll gu
- Pelty. 8t. I-ouis &
23 Stanley, Washington....... 7j
Wadde.l. Philadtlpnla...,., 41
.16u But-low, Cleveiund
-24A 1,41 t, ( bit b go ....17
24 Khoaden, Cleveland ss
Aitrock, Chicago ....38
24l Harrlt. Boston so
24a Hayden. Washington... iy
..6 poers, Phlladrlptna. ...... l
.24 Clarkson, New York.. ...... si
.214 rieiver. Detroit
i:4 Young. Boston 40
in Armbrusler, Boston........ 73
211 4'oakley, Philadelphia ..... n
.SSI I Ji Roy, New Vila. ......... 11
Walsh. Chicago ....42
.23, Gi.uie. Si. l-ouis S6
Wllllam-i. Washington..,.,, so
.IS. Owen, Chicago 42
.2 I.uodon. Clili .go Jj
.2i6 Townaend. Cleveland....... 16
.26 Howell, St. Louis M
.2: -Hogg. New York -a
.231 lionahue. la-trolt
.248 Imnovan. Iietrolt
.Z patten. Washington 3S
.23.1 l.ineen. Boston 2
.233 Urlfhili. New York 17
.21 Jacobson. St. Louis. 26
.Z24 patlsrava, Chicago id
3 10 H 5J :t
Monte ITtitton 6 S M iT.W 4:3
S"hi-luir for cmliin wrpk: Moml iy. Pil-
teroii T'lilly Nwn ngnlnut Onmli B -
. - . V i i . '. ; ,:. ' .a v . A . mo.. , 4 ..',!'' -
tJolil Tuis; Wcilnpitiy, F:l-"ffii n(Hl
i. i.rlrn n M'Hili l r ThurMlny. Kl t'n i-
dl.loa ilnt l'iirtriin Colm; Krl.ay. Lift
MjIk ngaint Hl"k Kill.
Qamrii. At 0mf. Av
WI Raker t
34 111 Havens ..
15 ITslVlear ...
13 17 Foley
86 rSHimhlet .
21 iTSMidee .,.
3ii lT7fnmp ....
IK 177Pr.xtnn ..
?6 17ilfunter ..
3"i 17Monrd ....
33 KiKnglor ...
36 173 1'h rmaloe
3' 17JH"lomon .
33 17d Nelson ..
33 17i I'litiorson
3 17'" White ....
S3 ir FiK. rborg
3-1 ltiUMaehr ...
... 12 hi"
... 15 :9
Bom man ....
' V Prlmoau
, CiirTnan ....
... . l's
... ir. i.
...SO 1 ....
... IS l.V.
... IS IV.
I. Hico ....
Hartkoph 21 HWHrlfflth K 14
. is-, iiufr ....
30 ltV, Mi nnlng
24 11'm Griffin
3,1 lK4Hlar;lni .
.. 21 146
.. 1ft 143
.. 15 143
.. 24 142
.. 1H 141
.. 24 140
ihkits o thi: ntia track
Clanslhle V1 rarlO- t ailon Huaill
MP ni I7iner y Hie.
BAN FRANC1HCO, Dec. 15. One of the
'ai-gest crowds of tho season nttonded the
'lees at Enieryv.lle today. In the Pacini
'nlon handicap the followers of Jockev
f:lli-r were ngaln to thp front, when he
piloted to victory "Doc" Rowel s Plausi
ble, an overwhelming choice. Tho colt was
ran up tr.00 above the entrance prlre by Ed
Denty and was retained. Results:
First race, six furlongs. I'lau'lble won.
Orace O. Second, Triumphant third. Time:
Heeond race, six furlongs: Lird Nelson
won. Shady Lad second, David Boland
third. Time: 1:11.
Third race, futurity course: F. W. Barr
won, St. Francis second, Burleigh third.
Time: 1:11. j
Fourth race, one mile: Tony Faust won, I
Tomaceo second, Arlmo third, lime: l:id-'r..
Fifth race, one mllP: W. B. Oates won.
Clandestine second, Cloche D'Or third.
Sixth race, one mile: Pt I.eggo won,
Rod Ward second. Northwest third. Time:
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 15. Results at
First race, nve furlongs: nose Mannn
won. Spider Web second. Sister Ida third.
Second race, steeplechase, snort course:
Sain Hoffhelmer won, Harlequin second.
Profitable third. Time: S 13H.
Third race, one mil, handicap: Uolille
won. Besterllng second, ouistone tnirn.
Fourth race, six furlongs: Charlie Kast-
man won. Fantastic second. Royal Breeie
third. Time: 1:52.
Sixth race, ax furlongs: St. Noel won.
third Time: 1:14.
Fifth race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Debar won, 8cnlr Lock second. Oranad.i
Woodclalm second. La Cache third. Time!
Sloven tn race, six ruriongs: cotumma uiri
won, Wild Irishman second, liien uuiiani
bird. Time: 1:17.
tOS ANGELES, IVc. 15. Results at
First ruce, Ave and 11 half furlongs: Hlpf)
oca won, Dr. Crooks second, Remember j
hlrd. Time: IK.
a.nAn , . ....' .. ("last.-a a Vf 1 1 n Ae ovAn.
loti Gladstone second. Jack Kerchevllle I
third. Time: J:11V4. !
Third rac- six furlongs: Goldslftor won
.Yinrv xi. ' '.lain seeuiiu, iiiirui.iis uuiu.
Fourth nice, one mile. Riverside selling
stakes, I2.2.W added: Tartan won. Vnrletleh
Fifth' race, one nilio: Mllshora won. Mer.
rill second. LIvlua third. Time: 1-42.
Sixth race, six furlongs: Governor Ormon
third. Time: 1:15'4 '
Maroon a and Qnt-'rers to Play.
philaDF.I J-HIA. Doc IB -Following the
discontinuation f the annual contests with
Harvard and the taking on of Michigan,
comes ma nnwun . eiii.'.ii i.i.ti in an ptuui. . . . ....la
bility the I'nleet'lty of Pennsylvania Willi" matrimonial trouble
meet the University of Chicago next full UIHUple Will Not Retarn.
in tooi oan in mis cny. -.usim-i Aiiorney
John C. Bell, the Fnlvefsltv of Pennsyl-
vnnla member of the rules committee, said
"Pennsylvania and Chicago are likely to
rllVorFrrnkll'n' kMSV. are" to
play Michigan at Ann Arbor."
HartJe Appeals Case.
PITTHBl'RO, Dec. 15. Augustus Hartle,
llliellnnt in the divorce case which was de
cided against him last Wednesday, took
an aprenl to the supreme court today. In
connection w'h the conspiracy proceed
ings growing out of the d.vorce cuse As
sistant District Attorney Kobb stated to
day that an Information ng.ilnst one more
person would likely be made Monday In
order to strengthen the conspiracy cour
dnst AugiiHtus HartJe, John L. Wei-
ithons and Clifford Hooe, the negro coach
Flick and Anderson of Washington Jointly,
The leading martyr of the seaaon was
Jones of St. Louis, who made forty aacrl-
flee hits. Flick of Cleveland and Anderson
of Washington making thirty-nine each.
Games. A.B. R. H. Av
New York .,
A.B. R. H. T.B. 8.H. 8.B.
266 0 68 7 i 1
3u6 S3 69 92 IS 11
142 13 82 49 1 (
490 69 112 132 26 18
482 38 106 184 15 SO
6n 82 112 m It 21
24 30 69 76 1 I
IW 77 41 44 6 I
41 4 1 0
443 (4 97 121 S3 S
216 13 47 68 f 1
307 2o ti 81 10 7
SKI IT II 115 H 10
374 44 80 101 14 26
04 43 86 96 10 21
76 7 16 2-2 i t
99 4 M 84 7 0
66 7 14 22 S 0
228 15 48 60 S 7
109 6 23 28 t t
loO f 21 23 H) 3
IX 10 26 62 0 0
144 18 30 37 10 4
146 11 SO ti t I
64 11 13 t v
US 10 24 So 0 1
164 13 SI 40 1 1
445 12 89 120 23 22
116 1 2 23 26 t t
40 I 12 16 i 1
61 4 10 13 I 1
263 tt 46 71 6
12 M 6
lu3 16 20 24 1 t
174 S3 33 4
32 1 t 8 0 0
IM 11 14 40 t
64 11 It 16 7 t
87 i 16 , It 1 0
66 4 10 14 1 0
78 i 14 14 t 0
184 It 33 41 6
74 4 13 30 t 0
t,6 26 44 79 14 7
li 10 11 28 4 1
63 7 11 t 0
96 I 16 16 I 0
221 IS 34 47 16
84 14 IT t t
6 7 14 17 6
37 1 1 0
118 I 19 20 0
1 4 14 18 t I
61 I It 13 1 0
146 14 -a ti 1 t
186 ( it ti 4 1
61 t 14 I
Tt 6 It 13 7 0
104 14 24 t 0
201 it se 4 t
49 4 7 7 i 0
14 1 t t 1 0
li 14 a t
96 t 13 It I 0
61 I 7 7 0
lot 7 14 :o t e
M 7 It 14 a 4
30 0 4 4 1 0
104 13 it t I
72 t 9 11 I 1
81 t 10 14 6 0
1 11 It 4
94 I 11 14 1 1
3 1 7 lit
it 0 t tts
t i 4 10
4 I t 4 I X
rJHilton Rogers &. Sons
14th & Farnam Streets
Nickel Plated and Copper.
Nickel Plated Coffee and
The newest, best skates on
the market. Come while
we can curely fit you.
$4.r0 down to 50
'"" i tp
DIVORCE PROVES NO ML
V oman Grieves Crer flair and Ha ally
Ends it bj Con-mi' tine Suicide.
DES MOHES MAN TOO EUSY FOR OFFIC
Another Concerted ICIInrt Said to Be
iBCabatlna; to Oust President
MeClaln of the State
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Dec. 15. (Special.) Mrs.
Mabel Fox committed suicide today at 521
West Fourth street by turning on the
gas. She waa found this morning dead In
her room, dresaed in her night clothes,
I and the gas Jet turned on. She was a
boarder at that place. Mrs. Fox formerly
lived In Jasper county nnd some years ago
'rnttrrufd Sime Fox of Wlntersel. She as-
aerted that her husband induced her to
. allow him to get a divorce "Just for fun"
nd 0 the pronll8e that he would soon re-
) marry her. On that claim she came to
j Dee Molnea and no sued tor a oivorce.
I 8oon he married another and then
I through court proceedings secured poases-
idon of their little girl of 14 years. She
! was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Ivea of Jasper county. Fox waa a Winter.
set farmer. It Is believed by her relatives
that Bne wag nB(ln, through grief over
Ti, i r-uiisnle of n Mnlnns second
I John L- G""Pl ot t" Moines, second
: assistant secretary of the senate at the
arX two sesalons of the legislature. Is not
! candidate for hi. former position, hi.
law practice In this city being of such im
portance that he cannot take the time
from hla regular business. It la under
stood that Franklin Brown, a farmer near
Boone, la a candidate for th poaitlon. Mr,
Brown was formerly a atudent at Drake
university In this city and later a atudent
at the State Agricultural college at Ames,
Appanoose Una Trooble.
Appanoose county Is also having trouble
i ..... i,h nnl1l .h. ,,,i..iinn r.t at-
I - " ' " , ,
m ine county 8ui-rii..iiu3i.i vi m.uwi.
Mrs. S. 8. Webster of Moravia wa elected
to the position of county superintendent,
but has no first-grade stale certificate, as
required by law, her position being the
same as Mr. Jennie Huegle of this city.
She has advised with State Superintendent
Rlggs and has been Informed that she
must qualify under the law for the posi
tion If ahe expects to fill the office.
Whisperings Aaralnat MrClaln.
Whisperings against President MoClaln of
the State university, such as broke out In
open revolt two year or more ago, are
again being heard. It la intimated that
. 1. . 11 1 V. nnnn,nn I him .rain mnt
tf m m 1 uw dm w . a
.240 Lnrl c 111 " ki'""1 -.v ---
!243 that a concerted effort will be made to de
jo ' poae him from the position of president.
Two years ago the Board of Regent met
to listen to me comp:aints aim usueu mi
the members of the faculty s witnesses.
The open revolt to McClaln created a sen
sation, hut wa decided by th regents In
favor of th president.
Revivalist Will Marry.
Announcement was made today that
Charles H. Marsh, piano accompanist with
' Dr. J
Wilbur Chapman, th evangelist
.218 : conducting meetings here, and Mis Mary
.216 ! jelln Rttchey, Dr. Chapman' cretary.
will b married December 27 In New York
Monona Man Candidate. f
! 213 ' F. E. Lark of Onawa, county superln
' tendent of Monona county, I being pushed
'5JJ for the position of president of the State
,M . Teachers' association, which meet ln thi
.) I city holiday week. Th movement. It I
" i understood, ha been started without con
,WB suiting Prof. Lark, who was last month
'.21 ; re-elected for the fifth time uperlntenden
1 of Monona county. Following the usiin
'custom of rotation, the position will go
jii 'a county superintendent this year. Oeorg.
194 ! E. Falrall of Clinton county Is a candi
idate for the am position.
Arreated for Antn gpeedlnst.
Orover Hubbell. ion of F. M. Hubbell,
th millionaire of thi city, and Harry
IM Kltto were arrested today for exreedln
' the speed limit with a new automobile they
.176 were testing. Th enatlona! part of the
!l74 I arrest waa a race by the automobile and
1 a patrolman on a motorcycle through the
JJJ ! city, from Fortieth treet on th west along
!lb ' Grand avenue to the atate house. The
.loo ( pace waa more than sixty miles an hour,
j the policeman finally winning. The ma
il'2 chine Is the first to be turned out by a
.161 new concern organised here to manufacture
Asaanlta Crippled Olrl.
F. E. Russell was arrested In this city
! today, charged with assaulting a crippled
glrl near Nevada, in Story county. Rus
sell waa a boardet at the home of Mrs.
Thornton and he Induced the woman to
go to the city to buy him some groceries
on th promts of remaining with the
daughter, a cripple, 11 year old. Whll
ah waa gone th assault Is alleged to
Want Cnltnre Stalls Hero.
Polk county physicians will mak an ef
fort at their January meeting to have a
diphtheria culture station started In this
city. It la aswrted that the delays I'
sending th germ lo Iowa City for d-
Keen edged, guaranteed steel
Carvers, all sizes, game, steak
and roast carvers in two, three
or five piece sets. $12.00 down
IXL, Henckle's and others,
beautiful gift knives, $5.00
down to 25t
Gillette, Star and Henckle's
Strops, Mugs and Traveling
velopment often are unsatisfactory, the
germs being destroyed In transmission.
Retire from ICq alt able.
F. M. Hubbell. fur many years president
of the Equitable Insurance company of
Iowa, the head office of which Is In this
city, has signified his Intention of retiring
from that position. The company waa or
ganised In 1867 and Mr. Hubbell waa on
of th founder. The annual meeting will
tie held January 8 and at that time It Is
probable that Cyrus Kirk, the vie presi
dent, will be elected president and F. C.
Hubboll, a son of F. M. Hubbell. will prob
ably b elected vloe president. F. M. Hub
bell will continue to hold hla stock In th
irfraf Court Decision.
The supreme court today reversed the
case from Pottawattamie oounty of J. M.
Stevens against the Citizens Gas and Elec
tric company. In which the gas company
was appellant. Stevens was driver for the
chief of the fire department of Council
Bluffs. In responding to a fire at about
S o'cloujt the morning of September 17, 1904,
he drove Into a ditch or trench which the
gas company had opened In laying pipe
on 8outh First street. In the district court
Stevens won. The case I reversed on the
ground that the Judge erroneously sus
tained the objection to th offering In evi
dence of the city permit to open the streets,
and also on the instruction of the court
that anyone of the charge wer sufficient
to sustain a verdict If proven.
Salelde at Clinton.
CLINTON. Ia.. Dec. 16.-(Speelal.) Amo
Frtcderlchsen, aged 66 years and a resident
of this vicinity for th past forty yean,
committed euolde by hanging. He had for
merly conducted a mustard factory here,
but Illness the past two years had pr
vented work. For the past three day
he had been ill at the home of a brother
diagonally from his factory and house.
and thi morning returned to his own
apartments. - He was found about 2 o'clock
hanging from a rafter In the (tore room
In the rear of the second floor. He had
fastened a half-Inch rope about his neck.
and, stepping oft a tool chest, ended his
Iowa Jtewa Wot.
CEDAR RAPIDS-WesleT Shaffer, eon
vict-d of the murder of his wife, was sen
tenced by Judge Thompson to the peni
tentiary for life st hard labor.
CLINTON The resldenea nt lh.
J William Hlrarn Foulkea, Presbyterian min
ister, was entered by thieves last night
and a diamond pin taken. This Is the
fourth ministerial horn entered here this
WOODBINE A double wedding waa cele
brated thla week at the heme of Mre. J.
Gtddlngs, when Rev. C. J. W. Trlem united
in marriage Alfred Honaker nnd Clnrlc
Miller and Mark Bolton and Edith Honaker.
Alfred and Edith Honaker are brother and
OSCEOLA At a late hour this afternoon
the Jury waa entrusted with th fat of
Day Dunning, th Mount Ayr banker who
la on trial for the second time on the
charge of fraudulent banking, alleged tn
hav wrecked the institution of which h
was the head.
LOOAN The annual election of th local
lodgv of the Brotherhood of American Yeo
men resulted as follow: Foreman, Albert
Is: M. of A., J. A. Raabe: M. of A.,
Frank Penrod; corresponding secretary, J.
W. Gardner; chuplain, Mrs. Penrod. Of
ficers will be Installed on January 16.
ATLANTIC Milkmen of Atlantlo have
decided that pasture In so short, the price
of feed so high and the cows giving so
little milk that they must raise the price
of milk, and It in now selling hei at 6'
cents per quart, and the milkmen not able
to supply all customers at that price.
ATLANTIC The Walnut-Elkhorn Rail
road coinpuny Is now an assured fact, a
company having been organised, with tluO,
OK), pledged to build a road from Walnut
to that place. John Peterson of Elkliorn
Is the president. Atlantic Is endeavoring
to promo an electric road to Kingston.
TABOR The funeral of H. H. Hunter
was held today from the house at 2 p. m.
Mr. Hunter came to Tabor from Oberlln,
O., in an early day and had been a well
known cltixen for many year. Several
weeks ago Mr. Hunter suffered an attack
of nervous trouble, since when his health
had gradually declined and he passed awa
early yesterday morning. He leaves an
ad wife and brother.
ATLANTIC Mrs. D. W. Falknr of
. nit a met with a serious accident while
olng to church. Tne street were d,,rii.
nd In crossing a little ravin she fell
.0111 the sidewalk to th guitar below,
.-linking her side In the fall. It was at
rtr.l thought that her ribs were broken,
but It was found that three of them had
been almost torn from the backbone.
ATLANTIC The Ponei Associulion of
Cas County, compuaed of realdents of the
county who were heie prior to i860, held
us aecond annual banquet at the Pull
man hotel and tlfty-flve members sat down
10 the banquet board. Mia Annie O.
Tcmpie acted us toaatmaster. V. W. Eller
was elected president; George Kirk, vice
president, and Annie U. temple, sccieliry.
l i.e next meeting Is to be held in October,
CLINTON Flora A. Tyler, a Clinton
county school girl residing near Malone,
on the lilgneaH honois In the district
corn growing contest, concluded In tn
county. Her corn was awarded 91.7 point.
Other contestants at Ma lone winning sec
ond and third prise were Otto ltltmer,
91 3. H. Earl Hill. 89 1. At Grand Mound
W illie Shannon won on to 9, Anna Wallace,
9U.2: Howard Anderson, 8.14. At Wellou
Marcel Gribben, 69.7; Victor C. Hurley,
89.6, end Frances Bathhalter. 88 4
CLINTON-Marauder entered the Clin
ton High school building last night, wiiilng
profane language on th blackboards "to
h 1 with final examinational no Junior
hop; no senior clans play." tearing up writ
ten work done by pupils, throwing ink
around and breaking the large clink and
throwing It out or the window. Such oc
currences hav been In the paat here, and,
while no on has yet been r pprehended,
It has been thought to be the work of
FAIRFIELD The Jury In the ess of
Halph H. Munro against Walter K. Msrah.
the BttavU piiuriuaclet. In which an action
w.s brought against Marrh and th sure'. ,
n bis bond, in (or .oin.a of th. date, to
recover twM.lvV for th sal of liquor to
Beautiful, useful gifts, and
our display is unusually
complete. $14.50 to $2.05
Trays, Spoons and Forks
for chafing dishes.
minora, reported at 2 o'clock, after twenty
six hours of deliberation that It had
agreed to disagree. They were returned
to the Jury room by Judge Sloan. After
twenty hours more they wer finally dis
charged. JEFFERSON This quiet and Deacefut
community was thrown Int.) excitement
late last night by the sudden disappear.
miee oi mrs. waller tvtiowies, wire oi
the mall carrier on route No. 2. when It
became known that she had left for Chi
cago in company with a colored man,
Charles Vaughan, a porter at the Hotel
Jefferson. Mrs. Knowles has always been
held In respect until It became known thnt
she hsfl left the home of her husband to
work in tne hotel, where she became ae
qualnted with Vaughan. Mrs. Knowles'
name before she was married was Jennie
D. Bryan and her father Is a well-to-do
farmer living in South Dakota. Iate iast
night Walter Knowles telegranhed th.
authorities' to arrest the elopers. Word
received from police headquarters there
state that they have the parties and are
waning ror instructions. Her rather wa
wired and he Is expected to arrive here
some time today.
Bnrnhant Sentence Postponed.
NEW TORK, Dec. 1.-The lmDorltlon of
sentence upon (Jeorge Burnham, jr., vloo
president of the Mutual Reserve Innran.
company, who was convicted of grand lar
ceny of the company's funds a few day
ago, was postponed until Monday. Justlo
ureenoaum saia ne wanted to consider a
legal question In the case before imposing
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