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Philadelphia End Season at Home
with Easy Victory Over Cleveland.
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THILADELrHIA. Oct. S.-Phlldelplil
ended the season oo the home grounds to
day by shutting out Cleveland In a quickly
rlayed name. The visitors were unable to
hit Dygort, while tha home team hatted
Clarkaon at opportune tlmea. To win tha
pennant the home team muit take all four
games from Washington and Detroit logo
two to St. Louis'. Score:
rilrk, rf 0 I Harlael, If ... 1 I 1 0
l.tadlcy. Jb . 4 til I Nl.-f tl. t a. 4 1 1 0
Bar. rf 4 I a 4 ftytM. rt.t 1 4 0 0 0
Lil. Ib.... I 10 4 D Pavla. 16 ... 13 ) 4
f larka. 4 1 l Mvlrtihr, 2b.. 4 4(4
Hlnrhman. Ill i 1 II Colllm. 3h... 1 4 1
Fllrm'ham. Hi 4 I I O.urinn. cf... I 2 0 A
Llater. lb... J U 1 8c;ir, c.l 0 1') 0
Clarkion, p.. 1 0 2 4 1 Dygert, p.... I 0 0 0
Total! 30 1 14 14 Total M 4 V M 1
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Philadelphia 0 0 2 0 0 i 0 0 4
Two-bsw hit: Clark. Three-base hit:
Oldrlng. BacriPre hits: Hartnel. Davis.
Stolen bast: Wrmlnsrham. Double play:
Birmingham and Ulster. Ix-ft on buses:
Cleveland. 6; Philadelphia, 4. First base on
balls: Off. Clarkaon, 2: t(T Dyprert. 2.
First baae on errors: Cleveland. 1: Phila
delphia. 3. Struck out: By Clarksnn. 1;
by Dygert. 9. Wild pitch: Clarkson. Time:
"' Ietroft Defeat Wa.hloitoi.
Detrolts needed to win from the Washing
ton today In order to make It practically
Impossible tor the Philadulphlans to close
tha Rap n the chamlonshlp series. Man
ager Jennings' Washington friends waived
the question of doubt and presented htm
with a floral hors shoe, In token of him
men's victory before the game started
at American league, park this aftornoon.
Manager Jennings had no speech of thanks
lor the donors evon his whistle failed
him at, this crisis but his men responded
for him by running uway with the game
In brilliant style. Tonight they are en
route to St. I.oii'r fur the final series of
the season, which i nils there with a double
header Sunday. The score by which the
Detroit tightened their hold on the pen
nant stood 9 to 3. life Washtngtons scor
ing only after "Bill" Donovan, having the
game safe, eased up a bit and lobbed the
ImiII over the plate. Cobb took up his. ter
rific clip at the bat, getting three hits In
four times up, but he turned his ankle In
4 7 11 - .
suits for men and young
men are' the original, harwlmade
garments with the retail price
"on the sleeve."- They're tail
ored in the largest spedalty shop
in 'America and are on sale by
good clothes dealers everywhere
. v. i ' i-::t::
one oeaicr in caui iwniuy
controls 'the ! exclusive selling
right. IE youVe planning to pay
about $15 lor, your ( new Fall
Suit get the best your money
can buy it bears this label:
-It'. Oa Tka St-va-
Hand Tailored In Our Own Skopa
Schwab Clothing Co.
Maker I HWat Ckthea
ST. LOWS, U. S. A.
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Chicago.. 43 .714
Pittsburg.. SS W
Phlla !) R4 r
New York. N .M7
Hrooklvn. . S W .44S
Cincinnati. M .4il
Boston Bft ! .379
Et. Louis... 49 W .3.11
W. I. Pet.
lcrn!t n M .Ml
Phils S5 M .wri
Chicago m 3 .677
Cleveland.. M H ..W)
New York.. 78 .4M
St. luis....';7 S3 "n
Host on W M .;
Waslingtn.48 : .3!
National league Brooklyn at Boston,
New York at Philadelphia, Chicago at St.
American I-eague Plilladelphla at Wash
ington, Boston at New York.
sliding. to second and was forced to retire
In the eighth. The extent of his Injury Is
not known. O'Leary also was there with
the at irk for two singles and a double.
Four double plays testify to the visitors'
nappy work In the field. Score:
AB.H.O.A.E. Milan, cf.... 4 11
TV Jonea. If. S 4 0 A Oanlrr. If... 4
OrKaefer. 2b t
1 I 1
r l i
a o a
rwlfhantjr, 2b 4
6 Kay. rf 4
I t
l 4
0 1
1 0
Crawford, cf. 6
rhb. rf 4
0 C. Jonea. lb. 4
1 Rlank'nhlp. c 4
0 T. Smith. M. 4
1 ftrhlpa. So.. I
0 Oenrlni, p. .. 3
Rnasman. lb. S 1 11
ronshlln, lb. t 1 1
BchmMt, e. .. 4
O'Learr, M. . 4
Dotioran. p.. 4
Low, rf 1
1 I
t 0
o a
0 Totala
M 10 37 II I
Totala 41 It 17 I I
Detroit 0 1 0 0 3 3 1 0 1-9
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 . ! 'l 0-8
Two-base hits: 0'Ieary, Donovan. Three
base hits: Schmidt, Smith. Gehrlig.
Sacrifice hits: Rnsstnan, Donovan. Stolen
bases. Cobb (Si, Rossman. Double, plays:
Schaefer and Rossman; O'leary and Ross
man; Crawford and Schmidt. Rossman
(unassisted.) Ijeft on bases: Washington,
4; Detroit, 7. Bases on balls: Off Gehring,
1. First base on errors: Detroit. S; Wash
ington, 1. Struck out: By Oehrlng, 6; by
Donovan. 2. Time: 1:30. empires: Hurst
and Brown.
Boston Mb nta Ont St. I.onls.
BOSTON. Oct. 3. After losing eighteen
consecutive games, the Boston players to
day shut out St. I-ouls, 1 to 0. Score:
AB.H.O.A.E.' AH.H.O.A k.
rhadb'sa, If. I 1
0 NUM. 2h I 0
ftulllvan, cf. 3 0 I
Parent. 2b... 4 0 I
Congiilton, rf 2 t 0
Crlrnahaw, lb. 14 14
LiM. Ib.... 3 0 1
Wasncr, n. . 1 4
fhaw. c I 0 4
Morgan, p., 1 0 0
0 Hemphill, rf. 1
Rtoor, If...:, i I
0 IMi 'kering, rf
0 Wallarc. a.
0 Hartnell, ib.
0 Spencer, c. .
1 Jonra, lb...
0 Howell, p..
2 0
4 0
I 0
2 1
I 012
1 0 1
Total! 27 4 27 18 1 Totala ...
Boston 0 0 0 1 0
St. Louis .0 0 0 0 0
Sacrifice hits: Sullivan. Lord,
,.2.1 3 24 II 1
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 00
Spencer. Stolen bases: Stone 2l. Congal
ton, Chadbourne. F irst base on balls: Off
Morgan, 6; oft Howell. 1., Struck nut: By
Morgan, 2; by Howell, S. Double play:
Wagner and Grlmshaw. Ieft on bases:
Boston, 6; St. Louis, ti. Wild pitch: Mor
gan. Time: 1:0. I'niplre: Sheridan.
Philadelphia Shas Oat Plttsbars
After Hard Straggle.
PITTSBURG, Oct. S.J-In the last game
of the season In Pittsburg today, Philadel
phia defeated Pittsburg after a hard strug
gle. Score:
Anderaon, eft 1 2 0 . 1 Oibornc, cf.. 4 1 2 u 0
Moelltr, rf.. 4 0 0 0 Knabe, 2b. ... I 1181
Leach, aa.... 4 114
0 Tnua. rf 4 1 2 0
0 Magee. If I 1 1 o
0 Bramfltld. lb 2 0 11 0
Clarke. If.... 2 0 t
Abbt'rhto, 2b I 1 4 4
Swaclna. lb. S 0 11 1
Storke. ib.... I V 4
Phflpe. .... I 1 i I
Llefleid, p. ... I 1
0 Grant, lb.... 2 0 1 2 0
0 Doolta, aa ... 2 011
Dooln. c 2 1 i I 0
0 Richie, p.... 10 0 10
Totala 2 I 27 It t Totala .
Pittsburg ...... i .0 0.0
Philadelphia ....0 0 0 0
28 6 27 14 I
0 0 0 00
0 0 0 1-1
Sacrifice hits: Anderson, Knabe, Brans
field. First base on balls: (JIT Dellleld, 1.
Struck out: By Leirleld. 8; by Klchle, 2.
Deft on bases: Pittsburg, 3; Philadelphia,
4. First base on errors: Pittsburg, 1.
Time: 1:30. Umpire: Johnston. ...
Sewell "Wins tbe r Mercary' Haa4Icai
' "- .t Brigktoa Beta,!
BHKlHTONtvfcEACH. N.Vvlf.. Oct. 3
St4, alio to 1 ahob,' woh the' ilejeury .
handicap, six -furlongs, .at Brighton Beaclf
today In the fast time of 1:12. Bat Master- ,
son, a long shot,' cut out a fasf, pace to
the atretch,- where Sewell took Cotumand:
noil won' by a length. Suffrage lh even
favorite, ran a bad race. Results: . '
.Mrst race. S-year-olrl. selling, slxfur
longs: Berwick,. 110 tNlcal),: ?' to 1 won((
Mojiianturn, Wi ..xiller), t to & for. placej
second.-Trouble Maker.' 109 '(Herbert), 4 to'
ito 1 ta aliow, . third. , Time: 1 1;12. . f
Second . race, -. steeplechase. ..' handicap,?
4-year-olds and upwards, short course, about'
two miles; Thisll"dale, 16M Huppe, 3 to 6,
won; Knight of Elway. 146 (Duppe), 1 to 2
for place, second; Delcanta, J 54 (Boamish),
out to show, third. Time; 4:06.
Third race, 3-year-oliis and up, selling,
one and one-half miles: Good Luck, 111.
(Knapp), 2 to 1, won; Kllllcrankie, 14 (K.
Dugan), 7 to 5 for place, second: Heaudere,
M (Clare), even to, show, third.. Time:
2:33. I...
Fourth racp. the' Mercury handicap,
2-year-olds and up, six furlongs: Sewell.
110 (B. Dugan). 10 to 1, won; Bat MastersoK
9 (Preston), 4 to 1 tor place, second; Ben
Ban, 104 (Brussel), even to show, third.
Time: 1:124. 7
Fifth race. 2-year-olds, selling, five and
one-half furlongs; . The Squire, 102 (MIU
ler). 18 to . won: Tlerrv Mi.l tii iahnvoi
? to 1 for Place, second; Queen's Souvenir,
84 (E. Dugan), I to 1 to show, third. Time:
10K4. , ' .H
Sixth race, handlcan. 4-year-olds and up
wards, two miles: D'Arkle, ISO (Carman),
6 to 1 and t to 1, won: Recruit. 146 (Tucker),
to 1 for place, second: True Boy, .115
(Purev 4 to S third. Time: 3 39.
CINCINNATI. Oct. 8.-Favorltles won
four of the seven events at Lat-nla today.
Track good. Rseults:
First race, five and a hall furlongs: An-
f.yV10LBalle'' t0 wor: Brakespeare,
lOJ (B. Wood), 40 to 1. second: Kdna Mot
Mrtln. 12 to 1. third. Time:
Second race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Dr Sprulll. I0 (Dickens), 3 to 1, won: Im
boden. 101 (Shilling). 9 to 6. second; Tnde
Henry, J07 (Taylor). 4 to lr third. . Tims:
1:67. I.
Third race, six furlongs: Fay, 97 (Martini.
4 to 1. won: Dainty Belle, 7 (Walshi, 4 to
1, second; Red Queen, 107 (Brandt), M In 1,
third. Time: 1:144- '
Fourth race, five and ahalf furlongs:
Melsar. 103 (Bogdwee). even, won;' Tscklo.
Ini 5i' j.'' ?,to 'nd; Arrow Swfft.
lOt.iBfiudt). 15 to 1. third. Time: l:fis.
Fifth race, five and a half furlonas, hand
icap: Cjjlloquy, 12 (Heldel). even, won;
Lens. 98 ; (Shilling), 6 to 1. secoWd; Miss
8'"- (Martin), i to 1, third. Time: l:u6.
w'x . JJ- lx 'urlongs: Beatrice K, li4
(Martin). 7 to 1. won; Haxel Thorpe, 112
(Koerner). 16 to 1, second: Hlne, lot (J.
Dee), i to 1. third.'. Time: 1:14.
,t?.T'nn? rc' " n,lle: Judge Treen. 100
Smith), 60 to 1, second; Carry Scott. ldS
(Powers), t to 1. third. Time: 1:40.
Tryeot for Drake October it.'-'
DES MOINES. 'Oct. 3.-(Spe-laI.)-8tars
of the alumni of Drake university are to
meet the 19i7 foot ball team of the univer
sity in a big game to be played hers Octo
ber 12. Chester Maine, the idol of former
years. Is to have charge of tha alumni team,
BurcHam. Jordan, Taylor, Joe Sliarpe, Mar
lon. Bates, Gilbert and OraeatT will eom
oos pait of the alumni teaitc It Is likely
that a double alumni team win be arranged
to trade oft because of the numbers of the
team not being hardened to tlfe game.
Simpson college, which last year went out
of Intercollegiate foot ball, but which has
organised a team this year..ta to play on
Intercollegiate game' with Highland Park
1. u , some lime in Novem
rugmBuu rara college mill
imaniun ai iimaria October II.
Coach Pell of Drake university announced
todav that elghteca men' and the two
coaches will maka tip tho squad to plav
Mnrnlngside college av Slous city next Sat.
urdsy. They will leave De, Moines KrUlav
night and the makeup of the squad and
lineup of tho eleven will pot be announced
. until tomorrow night, giving a number of
raw men a chunca further td make good
and get In the siuad. The game will he
tha first Intercollegiate for Drake this year.
tiraya of Vtlaatld Lose Came.
ATIA.NTIC. Ia.. Oct.-' .-(SpeclaI.)Tht
Merchants' Grsys of this place lost a game
of ball yesterday at Adair to the Adair
team by a score of 4 to 2. This makes
two out of three games tha Adair boys
have takeu from Atlantic. The Grays
were badly crippled lit yesterday's game
' aad only played lrltf men. Whlto, a
i"gn bcpooi Muilent, pitched fjr them.
i iiejr win nuae mt season' nero next Bun-
aay vy a game will UaH.
Wlater ' Athletics at Atlaatle.
ATLANTIC. Ia.. Oct. S. (8aalAl.)Win
trr athleitcvgre bsxlniilng tij take life irt
Atlantlo. October 2 ia thi date aft for
'he opening of the winter classes of tns
toung Mens Christ lau association gyro
naaium. There will be a regular physical
d.iecior for tho association ttil year and
. a regular basket ball team will bo orxaa
Ixed. All opposition to foot ball In the
ritiblic schools hss leen overcome and the
iovs have already organised a learn with
Will Cornell manager and Jake white
captain. They will play under the rules
of the Iowa High School A Hi telle associa
tion, of which they are members. Seven
teen candidates .will try to make the team,
provided they ran get the written con
sent of their parents to play the game.
I'relghton Rlevea and Mlsaoarlaaa t.
Moot at Vlatoa Utroet Park.
Crelghton's gridiron warriors will battle
with the braves from Tarklo college Satur
day afternoon at Vinton Street park.
Coach Bell has put his men through a hard
week of practice, and, although no scrim
mages have been held since Wednesday, he
feels that his men are In prime condition.
MorganthalerWill be In the game and the
presetif e of the big fellow will materially
Increase the strength of the I'relghton line.
AVcnl. conies from Tsrklo that the Mls
snurlans were never better and that they
have a team both fast aad heavy. The bat-
lie snouiu te a goon one.
The practice at Crelghton this week hast,
been secret and several surprises In Crelgh- i
on's style of plliy are expected In tomor
row s game.
"portlaai Uosslp.
Ffom this distance It looks as If the Cubs
had a much harder fight than last fall.
Fans can now figure for fair on the com
ing champlonshrp series between the Cubs
and the Tigers. '
Well, the Giants will doubtless finish
ahead of the Yankees. That ought to be
gome consolation. j
Foot ball was given an early start In the
east and several midweek games were
played Wednesduy.
Well, one thing Is certain, namelv, that
Messrs. Waddell and Plank will NOT make
monkeys of the Cubs.
St. Louis Browns have been .playing ball
the last two or three weeks which had they
played all season would have .won tho pen
nant long ago.
.U Is to be hoped Miner Brown can get
Into his old form by the time for that
world's series. If he can, with the aid of
Pfelstnr, Overall. Ruelbaoli et al. he wlll
give Donovan, Mullin, Selver et al. a con
test at least. A'
The Philadelphia Nationals have crowded
the Giants out of third place In the Na
tional leugue. These two teams play three
games to wind up the season and the win
ner of the scries, If all the games are
played, will get the third place.
As soon as Mullin had won his extra S300
by winning his twenty games for Detroit
there was nothing to It; he could win wnen
he wanted to. He dtd the slab work for
both games Wednesday, and did the busi
ness which set Detroit In line for the pen
nant. Miner Brown was given a try out by
Chance Wednesday, He simply wanted to
see if the vet was In form for the coming
championship series. The) Giants made
eleven hits off him In seven Innings. The
championship series will decide whether
a team which Is all keyed up over a hard
ponnant race can hold Its own with a team
which won its place easily and then took
matters comparatively easy.
Tn speculating on the coming world's
champions It might be well to consider that
Detroit Is knocking the cover off the ball
these days. Chhsago, too, Is getting a hit
now and then. Wednesday when the Tigers
got seventeen hits off Washington the Cubs
got eighteen off New York, a much better
team. Jones, Schaefer, Cobb, Crawford and
RoRsman constitute a hard bunch for -a
pitcher, but then Single, Sheckard, Chance.
Steinfeldt nnd Hofman are not the easiest
marks, to say nothing of Schulte, Kling and
one or two others.
Commission ( Meets tn Omaha
lavestlarate Charges of Com- -.
mission Mca.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
j WASHINGTON, Oct. S.-(8peclal Tele
gramsSenator ' Burkett had a conference
with members of tho Interstate Commerce
commission today looking to an Investiga
tion of express companies alleged to be en
gaged In the fruit and produce business
as agaiusttrical -dealers in those lines of
business.., , e .' " ' T ' ' '
'. At tho."- list ' session 'of , congress ,e
Congresrot'n Kennedy had passed through
tW housoand Senator B'urKett later 'tic
caeded I getting adopted - In tho toper
hranch aVresplntfon calling upon tha- In
terstate jbcrnmerce commission to Inves
tigate the charges made, by tho National
Fruit, growers' association of which--E.
B. BraVich of Omaha 1g secretary, assert
lng Urat the express companies were pri
vate!' engaged in both tha fruit and pro
duee,'; business Ao jthe. exclusion ' of local
Jobbers. With these' charges Mr. Branch
filed a mass of Information which later
were presented to the Interstate Commerce
commission, together with tha resolution
passed by the Flfty-nlnth congress, calling
upon the commission to . Investigate the
Express companies.
In his Interview today with tha com
mission Senator Burkett learned that the
commission will have a hearing In Omaha,
but whether late In October ,or early In
November the business of tha, commission
would determine. Senator Burket was told
that the . investigation would take place
and an oportunlty be given those to be
heard having grievances against tha ex
press companies.
Tho comptroller of tho currency today
Issued a summary showing by geographical
divisions the number of national banks
organized from March 14, 1900, to Septem
ber 80, " 1907. and the paid in capital stock
of all such national bank on August- 22.
1907. It appears that there were 19 na.
tlonal banke In operation In Nebraska
August 22, 1907, employing a capital of
IU2til.77C. In Iowa there are. 404 national
banks operating with a Jobit capital of
118,736,000. In South Dakota the, are to
day elghty-oeven national banks, which
employ a capital of 13,287,600:- while in'
Wyoming there are twenty-nine national
banks carrying an aggregate capital of
A new passenger elevator la to be In
stalled in the Bloux City federal building
by the Otis Elevator company at a cost of
A. C. Oroajean of Omaha has been ' ap
pointed to a position tn the weather bureau
service at that place.
An additional postal carrier will be
added to the Lincoln force, effective Oc
tober 1.
John L. Allen and Joseph M. Boulter of
Wyoming have been appointed guards In
the Yellowstone rational forest reserve.
Wind Kiver division.
Rural carriers appointed "for Iowa:
Mount Ayr. route i, William ' W. Poor,
cat Her; Maud Poor, substitute; Vincent,
route 1. Dennis J. Kelly Carrier: John
Kaene. substitute.
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Notice ta Our laiUitrrt.; - " "1
We are pleased to announce -that Foley's
Honey and Tar for cough, colds and. lung
troublea is not affected by the National
Pure Food and Drug law as it contains
no opiates or other harmful drugs, and we
recommend It aa a safe remedy for child.
ren and adults. For sale by all druggists. ,
Yoanar Jtu gpeada Erealag Viewing
the Parade aad. Then Commits
Salrlde, , .
Thomas Murphy, aged 28. S317 Pratt street,
committed suicide last night by shooting
himself tn the head with a rifle. He had
been down town during the evening with
his mother to view the parade and appeared
to be in his uaual spirits. On .his return he
took his own life and so far as known there
wss no cause. He was unmarried and mads
his home with his mother. Coroner Bralley
took charge of the body,, but the date of
the Inquest hss not been fixed.
Brer lst Tleaaeef
Your loc&Uon just auits the other fellow,
and the other tallow's location may just
Suit you. ' If you- want to jnaka a swap-
If you want to find out how numerous ths
other fellow -Is explain your situation
through The Bee's want columns and some
thing Will be pretty sure to happen.
Iowa Club Directory out with An
nouncement of District Meetings.
Local Woman's fhrlstlaa Tempera ace
I aloa May lavlte Next toaven
ttoa Here Many Will Attend
low Meeting Next Week.
A movement- Is on among local temper
ance workers to Invite the next annual
convention of the Nebraska's Women's
Christian Temperance union to meet In
Omaha. While no definite action has been
taken yet 'it l expected that the delegates
' .
Irom lno lwo ,orBI unions wlll
the Invitation to the atate convention which
convenes at Lincoln October W to 18. It
hit been seven yesrs since this state meet
Ing was held In Omaha. Since then there
has been a material decline In, the local
I uniun, uui uunnf tile ivni year incrn ohs
oeen a revival on mieresi inai nas resuiien
In the organisation' of another new union
with a membership, of about forty. Mrs.
Clara BurbanK Is president of ' the new
union, which has had one meeting. The
next meeting will be held after the state
convention. ' . ' ' r .
Omaha women are much Interested In
the annual convention of the Iowa
Women's Christian Temperanoe union to
be held at Council Bluffs, October 9 to 11,
inclusive, and both local organizations are
planning to attend some of the sessions
in a body. Wednesday morning members
of the v newly organized local union wlll
meet at the Paxton hotel and go over for
the opening session. A district conven
tion wlll precede the state convention , at
Council Bluffs, .October 8.
Iowa's Club Directory.
The club directory of the Iowa Federation
Is out this week and Includes much inter
esting ss well as useful information. The
federation . now includes 339 clubs, with an
active membership of 12,809 women. Fifty
seven of tho clubs hold membership In
the general federation. i The dates for the
district meetings with the .chairman an
nounced so far are:
Fburth Sioux City, November 15. Mrs.
Herbert Quick, Sioux City.
Tenth Ames, October 31, November 1.
Mrs. M. K. Smith, Ames.
Thirteenth Iowa City, October 29-30.
Mrs. J. B. Kessler, Iowa City.
Ninth Rockford, Mrs. Dr.. E. Brown,
Rock ford.
Second Newell, November 11-12. Mrs. Ar
thur Edson, Storm Lake.
Twelfth Independence, October 9-i0.
Miss Mary B. Hancock. Dubuque. -
Art Committee Plans.
The new art committee of the Iowa fed
eration. Including Mrs. J. . P. Whitney of
Vinton, chairman; Mrs. Louis Cutler of
Council Bluffs and Miss Ada F. Hutchin
son of Iowa City, is outlining an interesting
course of work for this year. A paper has
been prepared on the . Holy Oratl decora
tions In the Boston library by Edwin Ab
bey, and arrangement has been made with
a publishing house for flfteen-luch prints to
illustrate the. paper. This material wlll be
placed at the. service of the district chair
men for their use at the district meetings
this fall. Many of the Iowa women ex
pect to attend the Boston biennial next
June and this study,' S outlined, will be
very acceptable, preliminary Ao seeing the
original. ....
" Child Labor Laws.
..The New York cluld,,pbor committee has
Just Issued a,' Sisjsful. and concise summary
of the state .Tttws ita,'ting to thlld labor
and compulsory education. Copies may be
seoured tsrithsut exhcnKf upon appiiaartlon
tOthe secretary at Wjrl06 Eas$ '.Twenty
Second street. T - .;,
Prospective Meeting.-.
' '. New; York Clty-i has been announced as
be meeting place Vor the International con
vention of woman ' afuTraglats,' . which" wlll
be held la 1908,:'Mrs. fcarrle Chapman Catt
Is president the International organiza
tion aad has had siutfh influence in bring
ing the meeting-, to. this country, '
Daughters of the American Revolution
of Iowa will hold their state conference at
Msxshalitown, October 17 and 18. Among
the speakers will be Wlllard Sekor, presi
dent of, the Sons of the American Revolution,-who
will discuss plans for closer co
. operartlen between the two societies in
promoting patriotic work In Iowa.
Criminal Charge la Answer to
Salt (or DaLmages for
LINCOLN,' Oct. 1 (Special Telegram.)
A complaint charging adultery was filed
last evening by Arthur E. Cross of Uni
versity Place against Rev. WUber P. Fergu
son; Justice Rlsser. with whom the com
plaint was filed., said a warrant would be
Issued tomorrow. Mr. Ferguson withdrew
from the Methodist ministry at the recent
conference under charge of having been
guilty of Immoral conduct In his relations
with Mrs. Cross. Mr. Ferguson yesterday
filed suit for 126.000 damages for slander
against Mr. and Mrs. Cross and several
preachers who formulated the original
charges against hint; The counter charge
of adultery Is now preferred.
Mr, Ferguson was seen tonight and said:
"Thut Is rather a late hour If Mr. Cross
is really the complainant as husband, but
If a band pf men are really the complain
ants then they are never too late In seek
ing to carry out their purposes. ' I shall
meet this case promptly, even though It
Is unnecessary, as all of the facts would
bave come out In my civil suit. Even the
civil trial I would not have started if full
justice could have been secured In a
churah court."
Judge F. G. Hamer this afternoon' filed
a motion for a new trial In the Barker In
sanity . case. It will be ruled on later,
lie charges that murderer Barker did not
have a fair trial because the jury did
not receive pay for, their services and al
leges that the definition of Insanity given
by the court In Instructions wag preju
dicial HYMENEAL.
Tha marriage of Miss Fay E. Smith to
Mr. Harry C. Lane took place Wednesday
evening' at 8 o'clock at Valley Rest, the
country home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Perry W. Smith, north of Flor
ence. The house was beautifully decorated
with asparagus ferns and bride's rosea.
Rev. Robert B. H. Bell performed the cere
mony. The bride was attended by Misses
Amelia G tiff en of Florence and Jennie
Mole of Omaha, and the best man was Mr.
Guy Barton French of Omaha. The little
flower girls, Octa French and Joy Smith,
and the bridesmaids were all dressed In
pink with beautiful effect Little Ruth
Smith, sister of the bride, carried the ling.
The bride's dress was a dainty creation
of cream silk chiffon trimmed in due bras
lace and she wore a tulle veil draped wtih
roaeal The bride's mother wore a dress of
gray crepe de chine. Mr. and Mrs. Lane
have left for a wedding trip of two weeks
to the Jamestown exposition and other
eastern points snd after November 1 wlll
be at boms at SSut Amee avenue. The cere
mony was -witnessed by about fifty rela
tives t and friends of the bride and groom
from Omaha, Florence and ether points In
the state. -
Hansen. Wreaa.
Miaa Grace M. Wrenn, daughter ef L. H.
Wren a, sod Mr. Julius C Hansen, were
married by Re. Charles' W. SnTldge
WedneHtlay at his home, ?J20 Msple street.
Interesting esnloa Held at
Omar Live "Mock F.x
change. gnnth
A small attendance ot South Omaha
stockmen welcomed the coming of the
Western Veterinary association In the
Stock Exchange building Wednesday aft
ernoon, it should be Said, however, that
the attendance at the meeting by no means
represents the status of the local Inter
est.' The last year has given ample proof
that the South Omaha exchange Is keenly
sllve to all points. of the question of Im
provement In animal husbandry. While
the stockmen snd the commission meg
ordinarily have little time to listen to
speeches and labored discussions, they
are always ready to assist In any legiti
mate proposition. Twelve or fifteen veter
inarians from Minnesota, Missouri, Wyo
ming and Nebraska were present to dis
cuss the needs of this state. The meet
ing was set for yesterday morning, but
It was found Impracticable, for the morn
ing Is the busiest period of the day. there
fore the session was adjourned until aft
ernoon. At noon the visitors were entertained
at the exchange dining hall by the Union
Stock Yards and the South Omaha Live
Stock exchange.
The afternoon session began about 2:30
and continued until 6. Mayor Thomas
Hoctor made an address of welcome. He
was followed by Dr. A. T. Peters of thi
State university St Lincoln, who told of
the benefits of the Nebraska educational
institution In the prevention of anlmil
diseases. The general knowledge of ani
mal diseases learned by the young men
Is valuable In detecting contagion before
the dangerous stages are reached. These
young men are quick to send in Informa
tion and enable the state to investigate
and control the disease.
Benefit of Co-operation,
Dr. Ramsey, chief, of field Inspection in
Colorado, told of the benefits derived from
co-operation with the federal authorities in
Colorado. He is from Denver and told that
the disease of scubles In sheep had been
totally wiped out since the government, took
hold of the Inspection. The Increase In the
value of the wool and the weight of the
product from the same number of head
would reach heur $100,000 In the last five
years. This Is remarkable and shows what
need there is of government and state In
spection. The saving to the farmers In a
single year In Nebraska would support the
best of bureaus for ten years.
Dr. O. E. Dvson of Chicago gave an In
teresting address on the practical mefhods
of hygiene In ordinary farming, things io
avoid and especially the prompt discovery
of contagion and the separation of the dis
eased from the healthy stock.
Dr. M. H. Reynolds of St. Anthony Park
experiment station told of the things which
the state of Minnesota had accomplished in
the way of handling diseases. There the
atate has created a Board ot Domestic An
imals and Health. '
Jay Laverty of the South Omaha Live
Stock exchange told of the value ' to all
parties concerned to have tho assurance
that all stock was healthy and fit for every
variety of use.
Dr. D. F. Luckey of Missouri-told many
Interesting facts as to the good conditions
in that state from the action of the Board
of Sanitation. Ha said that if he had had
$10,000 at his disposal five years ago, before
the Invasion of the plague of hog cholera,
he could have saved the farmers of the
state over $4,000,000. ' Now the hope of a
speedy eradication of that disease Is re
mote. In other lines, however, the condi
tion of'Uvh stock Is greatly Improved.
Nebraska) Behind the Times.
William F. Pflaeging of Cheyenne, Wyo.,
the stat'a veterinarian, told of the eradica
tion of scab in sheep and of mange n
cattle and the proposed attempt to drive
out tuberculosis. He said the greatest
menace to Wyoming was Nebraska, for
Nebraska as yet had not come up to thj
scratch and mudo even a creditable ef
fort to care for the domestic animals,
Charles A. McKIm, tho Nebraska state
veterinarian, followed him and practically
was forced to aiimit the truth of his state
ments. Hs salil the appropriations were
far below the necessities. The under of
ficers in the bureau were not nearly well
enough paid and . traveling expenses were
limited. - In fact, he declared . that Ne
braska, one of the best agricultural and
stock-producing states of the union, set
aside less foe the care of animals than
any other stats of-the west. He favored
a state board of sanitation like ths other
states of tho west enjoyed and an ap
propriation near $30,000 to carry on prac
tical work.
Tha Questions will be further discussed
in the coming meeting of the stock ex
Canght In the Art of Rashlnar Victims
at the I'nlon Depot Whtle
gtatlon Is Crowded.
Pets Bolliri, timer for the street car com
pany, and Detective Mitchell caught two
fellows who gave their names as W. A.
Shaw and R. L. Mohr, In the act of giving
the grand rush to some people at the Union
depot, and picking their pockets during the
rush act. So far as known their operations
had only netted them $10 up to the time of
their destectlon snd his money wss lost by
Richard Fletcher of Perclval, Ia. When
Bollin and Mitchell attempted to arrest
tfiem the men put up a fight and It was
with some difficulty that they were over
powered, s
Rev. James M. Klnaj.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 8.-The Rev.
James M. King, executive head of the
Board of Home Missions and Church Ex
tension of the Methodist Episcopal church
and known throughout the world of Meth
odism, died at his home early today.
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