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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1007.
nru quickly. The state commissions do
not to far enough, as nearly all the com
plaint! concern not only torlffs within the
particular Mate, but Involve vjntcrstate
business, over which the state commla
alonera have no Jurisdiction. The federal
commlMlon Is much more effective and
better for shippers and railroads."
K. B. Branch, secretary of the Western
Fruit Jobbers association, left last evening
for Chicago with the attorney of the asso
clatlon, F. H. Gaines, where the third hear
In Is to 1 held before an "Inspector" ap
pointed by Chairman Knapp of the Inter
state Commerce commission, to hear the
complaint of the fruit dealers against the
express companies, which are said to be
selling fruits and other commodities, much
to the detriment of the regular trade. A
hearing was held a ahort time ago In
Omaha and testimony presented to Exam
iner Brown. This was followed by a hear
ing before the same Inspector at Ksnsas
City. Now the attorney and secretary of
the frultmen win be put to the expense of
third hearing In Crlcago, and this will be
followed, It Is expected, by a trip to Wash
Ington. where arguments will be made by
attorneys for the fruit dealers before the
memhers of the commission.
Secretary Branch has been working al
most nine months on the esse and has been
bin to get before the special Inspector
with the case of tfia fruit dealers. Before
leaving for Chicago he said: "On Informal
complaints to the commission I have ex
perienced little delsy, but the action on
formal complaints ,1s slow. I believe the
Interstate Commerce commission Is doing
all It can do, but I am Inclined to think
that the Interstate commerce law, with Its
rate regulation provision, has not been
In effect long enough to give It a fair test.
But the cases seem to be piling up, and the
deputies have already been found neces
sary by members of the commission, who
And It Impossible to hear all the cases."
CALIFORNIAN KILLS HIMSELF
Major Frank Met onuhlln Takes
Poison After Fatally shooting;
SANTA CRfZ, Cal.. Nov. J7. MaJr
Frank McLaughlin, prominent politician
and capitalist, today shot his daughter,
Agnes, In the temple, the bullet coming out
on the other side of her head. Soon after
ward he committed suicide. The girl s
till a'.lve, but unconscious. No hopo
entertained for her recovery.
Mr. McLaughlin wrote to Dr. F. E. Mor
gan here that he was financially embar
rassed and thnt ho was going to "end It
all." 1Kb wife died Just two years ago,
and he cherished her memory sacredly.
The daughter whom he shot was 82 years
Mr. McLaughlin was one of the best I
known men In California and a leader of )
the republican party. He was Interested j
In many extensive mining operations and I
In other enterprises. With Chief Justice
Beatty of the supreme court and Rev.
Peter C. Ynrke he acted as arbitrator In
the settlement last year of the long-pending
trouble between the United Railways
and their employes. During his political
career Major McLaughlin served as chair
man of the republican state central com
, nilttee and was a member of the repub
lican national committee. He managed the
capalgn of Daniel Burns, who sought to
become United States senator, and took a
deep Interest in the political affairs of all
sections of the state. He was a familiar
figure at the national capital and 'took
part in many confidential consultations In
which Pacific coast matters were discussed.
' His personality was attractive and his
'seri!al manner made him many friends.
PHARIS ACQUITTFD OF MURDER
Jury Only Reiialrea an . Honr
to Consider the
STURQI8, S. D Nov. 17. (Special Tele
gram.) At 8 o'clock tonight the Jury In' the
Pharts murder case returned' a verdict of
not guilty, after considering the case about
an hour. The case has been the most bit
terly fought of any criminal case In Meade
county for many years. Whllo It was ad
mitted that Wallace, the deceased, brought
on the encounter, the state contended that
after two shots were fired Wallace got
away and was killed by Pharia, who pur
sued him and brought him back to the
wagon after his death.
Adama, Hastings . J. C. McCleery
Antelope, Neltgh J. D. Miller (f)
Banner, tiartisuurg H . A. Downer
blalne. Brewster .. .. ... Robert Blakelev
Boone, Albion i-u avails (p)
Box Butte, Alliance A. Wlker (r)
Boyd. Butte Tom Coleman
mown, Ainsworin u. r. pieman
liunaio, Kearney waiter Ka nmons
uurl. Tekamah ....
Butler, David City.
Chase, liurHMlal ...
Cherry, Valentine .
Cheyenne, Sidney .
Clay. Clav Center..
L. D. Plilpps (p)
F J. West r)
C. D. Qulnton
...D. E. Mi Kuilden
...,C. A. Rosseter
. ..J. W. McDanlel
C. O. 6anderson
Colfax. Bl'hUVllT Anton 1 Kumar
Cuming, W est Point ,V. Malchow. Jr.,
Custer. Broken Bow H. F. Kennody
Dakota, Dakota City J. P. Rockwell
Dawes. ChaUron Lewis K. Mote
Dawson. Lexington 1). E. Lincoln
Deuel, Chappeli Walter Clark
Dixon. Puma A. H. Maskell
podge, Fremont A. Batunan. Jr..
uougiaa, Omaha Edwin F. Bralley
..J. J. Gallagher
r liiiiiure, Geneva
.11. B. Page If)
Frontier, Stockvllle ..
Furnas, Boaver City .
Uage, Ilea H ire
.D. F. Walrath
.W. O. Hickman
...A. i). Hnnharn
...I Trude r)
...A. A. Walters
Uoaper, b. I wood
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Grant. Ilyannla C. W. Thurston frL.John Haney irtr T. L. Marrln (d)
...L A. Wilson
Wm. H. Button
Hall. Grand Island.....
Hamilton. Aurora ....
Hayes, Hayes Center.
Hitchcock. Trenton ...
Howard, St. Paul
Jefferson, Fatrbury ..
Johnson. Tecumseh ...
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J. B. Young f)
..H. C. Alexander
Keya Paha. Bprlngvlew... B. A. Painter (f)
... A. ralnter
..O. E. Forsllng
rwiuiuaii, ivimDaii ....
Lancaster. Uncoln ...
Lincoln. North Platta
Madison, Madison ....
...J. l Hums ir
...M. v. iioaaiana
...I. L. Mlltonberger
... M (l I'kltunH ir
MiPherson. Tryon A. Anderson ID
Merrick. Central City M. R. Her If)
Nance. Fullerten J. M. Babb ir
Nemaha, Auburn Fred Honrs Ir)
Nuckolls. Nelson John A. Jones
Otoe. Nebraska City Ed H. Fisher
Pa lies, Pawnee Clty.'....C. 11. Fuller (r)
..W. J. Watklns If)
Pierce. lie roe
Bed Willow. McCook..
RK-taardaon, Fails City.
koj k. Baseett ,..
J N. Gustus If).
...E. A. Dwyor Id)...,
,...C. J. Carrlg (d)....
...W. Eblers (re
...H. I. Peterson (r).,
...W. T. Fenton (d)...
...Geo. D. Marsh (r).,
Henry A. Greer
.A. J. Spearman
Jerrv Dallev id)
toott s Pluft, Gering J. P. Westervelt
srl. be ward John Gllhtn (r)
Sheridan. Kusnville L, A. Herkwllh
Sherman Loup City U A. Williams
'luix. Harrison E. B. Lyon (r) M. D. Jordan (rl E. F. Pontius (r) A. L Bchnurr Id) J. H Bleser (r) A. F. Becker lr) John E Mann lr)....J. E. Phlnney (dj
Itanton, Stanton Jas. R. Btuckner (r)..Fred Feverherm (r)..AIbert Pllger Id) W. P. Cowan (d) W. T. McFarland (r). Al Hanff Id) C. 8. Coney (n) J. G. Beard Idi Louis Dern id)
lhayer Hebron A. F. Townsend (r).. Milton Khodes (di.. J. C. Strain (r) J. B. fktnner (r)....H. La Boyes (r. ...... H. I.. Welmer (r)....W. A. Posey (r) H. E. Hammond (r) U. H. Squires r)
1 hoinas. Tbedford C. F. Klrkman (d...Geo. McCawley d)..J. A. McMillan (r)..H. W. Klrby (r) Lw H. Steels (di Nellie Z Vandllng lr) Nels Coppom Ir) J. M Callender lr)
Ihnrston. Pender Pat Dorcey (d) H. D. Hancock Id) N. E. Macklln (r)...H. 8. Bmlth ID Paul Q. Rledler (d). Fred Wenke (d)..,...E. W. Tarrant ld)...W. Rarely (r) r. Reanidi
Vl ev, Ord A. Button (r) 8. J. W. Brown (r)..R. Borenson (f) H. Gudrnundsea (r) Elmer King (r) Eva B. 8chuman (r).C. J. Nelson If) C D. Bundy -'(r)
Washington. Blair Claus Menrke (d)....John F. White r)... M. R. IJpplncott (r)..G C. Marahall (d).. Thomas Haller (r).. M. C Grover (r) J. A. Rhoades (d)....W. C. H. Hill ID....E. C. Pierce Ir)
Wyne, Wayne Grant 8 Mears lr).. Charles 8. Bet-be lr). C. E. Reynolds (d)..E. Hunter 4r B. F. Feather (r)....A. T. Witter (r) A. E. Uttell (r) Robert Jones (r).... J. J. Williams (r)
S ebMer. Red Cloud O. D. Hedges (r) W. C. Frahm (rl E. W. Kou (r) L W. Edaon 10 G. W. Hutchison Ifl. H. C. Bcott (r) Nellie W. 'Castor (r).. Geo. H. Ovvrlng (r)..lt. T. Hall (r)
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iirrin, arm. imi ,.... o iiai i iiiiiun
rork, rork J. H. Arrlerl.ai
In Chase county the vote on sheriff
counties wiiere no clerk of the district
S. P. GROSS EARNINGS CAIN
Road Will Make Over Seventy Million
in Six Months.
BIG INCREASE OVER LAST TEAR
!Vet Receipts Do Sot Shove t'p So Well,
Although Bonthera Paelflo Does
Not Do Bad gome
Although last year saw phenomenal gains
In the gross earnlpgs of the Southern Pa
cific the reports In so far this rear tend
to show a decided Increase over last year.
The two months already reported show
gains In gross receipts of over W.Ono.ftOO, and
while this Increase may not keep up every
Indication Is It will be heavy. It Is figured
on a conservative estimate the Southern
Pacific will earn a gross of $71.oC0.000 in the j
six months ending December 31, WOT, as
compared with about fll,000,C0O Inst year '
during the same six months. If the pres- ,
ent volume of traffic continues the gross j
receipts will be nearer $75,000,000 than j
It Is a different story with net earnings.
although the Southern Pacific does not '
suffer as much by comparison as some
other roads because the erjulpment and
maintenance expenditures have been so
heavy during the last few years the change
of accounting ordered by the Interstate
Commerce commission has not cut as much ,
figure In this case. I
The operating -ratio of the siv.e-n Vi
clflc Is now on a basis of about 79 per ,
cent, which Is far above last fal d even
IMS, but the gross has Increased , so
enormously the Increase In expenses has
not been so noticeable. With th ercept'on
of the Union Pacific the maintenance ex
penditures are much greater than n
transcontinental line. It Is conceded that
Mr. Harrlman's policy with the Southern
Pacific always has been to Improve the
property out of the earnings. 8i much 1
has been spent In the way of new ra'la,
ballasting, t'es and equipment replacement
that a retrenchment of several millions
a year could be made and the road run
on the Improvements of previous . yeara. j
The records show that for the last eight
een months the Southern Pacific has
been Increasing Its gross earnings at the
rate of IX.CW.W a year.
loss ix late snipprvo
Grain Is There and So Is Money and
Movement Most Come at Last.
"I th'nk better prices would offset any ,
poss'blo grain shortage were it not for the
temporary money flurry," said a Union
Pacific official, "and I also think the
grain traffic would be as heavy as a year
ago. Oats Is the first of the grains to
move and generally goes to market In
July and August. Then come wheat and
corn, making a continuous movement un
til April. Because of the lateness of
the season the first grain d'd not start
to move until nearly September and all
the crops were correspondingly late. The
money situation has put a temporary stop
to the mvement but the grain Is still
there to be moved. Farmers may be
better off by having to wait and the rail
roads will not lose the tonnage, so no one
will be hurt. Last year the railroads are
raid to have had 20 per cent more busi
ness than they could handle and even
now the Union Pacific is short of cars
west of rGand Island. Lumber cars are
"The west Is loaded with wealth and
there is a heavy westbound movement of
freight. Although there may be some
shortage In the tonnage of crops moved,
the railroads should be able to get all
the business they can handle."
LLK FROM NOHTII TO. SOUTH
New Illinois Central Line from Chi
cago to Alabama Soon Completed.
Within a few weeks the state of Ala
bama will be closely connected with the
ChlcaVo district. This will be accomplished
by the opening of a new line Just being
finished by the Illinois Central road, add
ing another to the many wings this com
pany hat built and which have affected
(f).... E. Hoeppner (f) Geo. Mlsen (f)
Geo. Fletcher (r) John W. Lamson
tr)...j. M, Wilson (r) C. S. Page (r)
(r... E. A. Sandall (r D. C. Norrls O)
H. H. Funru (r) O. E. Walters IP).... Charles Riley (r)..
Fled Mollrlng (f)....,W. C. Mounts (r U A. Berry (f)....
tp)....J. A. Snider (rj S. A. Richardson (D.U Leslie (p)
(r)....T. W. De Long (d)...H. S. Jarvla tr)
irl.. u. E.
Haase (d) E. A. Miller (r)
Victor L. Fried tr)..John O. I arson
L. J. Coufal (d) M. JN Holland (d)....K. O. Roper (d) W. H. McUaffln (d)..E. T. Recli (d) Elisabeth Shaffer (d)
(r)....F. E. Sclilater d)...W. E. Rosencrans (d A. J. Beeson (r J. M. Robertson (r)..H. M. SoennU:hsen(d Mary E. Foster (d)..E.
(d).. Henry Him tr) M. O. Woods Id)
w. C. Hill tr) M. H. Prall (...
(d)...W. D. Armstrong (r).J. T. Keeley (r)..
(d)..W, R. Wood d If. T. D ran (r)..
tf).. W. N. Ochsner (f)....W. F. Grless (r.
Ml .1 14 (Wullavhin l.llU V Hl,tnk tA
(d.. Fred Thletje (U) W. li. Harstlck
(r)...J. E. Carsnee (r) J. Pigmun in
(r)....W. J. Manning (r)...W. L. Ross (r)
(r)...Tho. 8. Bmiih (r)...t'has. Naylor (d)....
(p).... Claude Welden (N...A. N. Stookey (r)...
(r) W. E. Roudebush (d). E. Delatour (d)
tf).... William Kay (f) E. E. Rice (r)
(rV.John H. Knoell (d)..J. A. Donahue (d)..
(r). Frank A. Furay tr..D. M. Haverly (r).
(r)... Daniel L. Ough (r)... Milton Karl (f)
C. Buehrer (H....U. r . Btanara
(f)....E. Arnolds (f) Tom Robertson
(r)..R. D. Logan (f) G. J. Dold (fl
(r)....J. B. Phillips ID B. v. Morgan (r)....K. H. Rohr If) T. Hedges lr)
J. A. Barnard ID....B. H. Coulee (r) H. A. Bpafford (r)...J. A. Queln (r)
(r)....W. Z. Todd (r) ..T. G. Hemtnett (f)... George 8. Todd (r) ,
(p),.... T. Hurl (p) , vv. u Tllden IP)
(f)... M. F. O M alley (f)...W. P. Toohey
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(d)....T. P. Boehm (d) George Poell (d)
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O. Wanek if) D. Baylor If)
..T. W. Carroll (O....K. J. Long tr) F. W. Stevens (r)....0. K Bhelburn If).... A. C. Ellis (f.)
,.J. W. Detty lr) L. W. Enyeart lr)..John 8. Wise lr) Edwin Loom Is (r)
..Clark Marsh (r) Harvey Ford (r) John H. Brown (r)..J. M. Williams If)
..C. E. Hall (r) . C. Harnish (r)....W. P. Blmar lr) C. J. Malone in J. A. Harmon (f)..
.. G. H. Mever (r) 11. L. Pierce (rl C. M. Uarneby ID....W. A. Walker ir)
(f).. D. A. Gell if) John J. Base na
..James Chirnslde (r)..John Simpson' (d).:.. F. A. Houston
..II. V. Miner (f) John Ward (r) W. C. Itedtleld
..Asa I Ransom (r).. Louis Anderson (r)..J. H. 'Jenseu If)
..Eugene Beal (n....J. H. McCarthy tf)..F. G. Hoxie lr)
in u. A. Daiiurd in . L nrewster
(r).... Henry Vogler (d)....C. T. Dillon Id)
o. A. Duntelson lr)..rnii a. i.iarKir)
r).. u. c. uerry ir) w. 1 1'awson ir)....r-. j. congrave lr)...J. B. Baer (r)
tr). Ray C. Langbord (r).F. R. Elliott (r) W. C Elder (r) George E. Prosser
ktla H.wkil,l( tf I IIImmImM. It .P A WK.ntuin. I
...G. A. Evans fp)..".".V. T. F. Proughweil (r). D. D. Cliensman
... J. J. Clements lr)....F. A. Peterson (D...U. E. Rlchardaon
C. T. Cllne (r).
.1.. C Kenaud (r)
T. L. Dixon (r)....
E. U Thomas (r)...
I. H. Kuper (r)
(r)....Chas R. lmler lr)..
(r) F. M. Cook (r) ,
. l 1 coaiiucH
Geo. W. Potts (d)..
. f. 1.. tvans tr
C. L. Hedlund
F. W. Hsstlngs If)..
.Henry Erlcson 111).
Herman Hecht (r)....J. B. McDonald
Louis Held (d) John Graf
C. H. Anderson (r)..J. N. Norton lp) H. M. Campbell lr)..J. W. Flllman ip)..
C. Naden lr) Charles Skaila (r)....J. C. Moore ir) C. A. Rogers (r)....
J 8. Lord Id) J. H. Mulchings Id).. John Gagnon Id) Charles Lores Id)..
B. F. Leonard (r)....F. U Hutton (r)..... Martin Snann tr)
8. A. Bhestak If). ...Alois Sleokka (O....J. A. Wild (r) J. W. Phabata (r)..
(d).. James Davidson lr)..E. L. Ireland (d)
C. J Flcenec Id) A. W. E me und
(r)..G. W. Sampson lr)..M H. McHenry
E. J. Newton r) John Supplrer
(r)..P. T. Johnson (D)....De tr. Van Vleck
(r)...H. A. Hlddelson (o)..C. F. Beushausen
vif... r.. l- .ini,ui ,iv.... rin k'iiiiirii i,...,.tf"iiii x. i , ..f. ......................
h (r).. tt. H. Copsvy cr) W. A. Miller (r)
was a tie and lots have not yet been cast for choice between Charles A. King (r) and TUooias McGulrs (f). McPherson county baa
court la named the county clerk nils tn o4ice
a commercial and to a grea( extent a
social bond between these two great sec
tions of country.
In a month or so, or about January 1,
what wll be to the middle west and to
Chicago particularly the most Important
100 miles of railroad constructed In twenty
years will be finished and for the first
time on any road signals will be set for
through trains between the souths hub
of Industry and the second city of the
The route of traffic will be over the main
line of the Illinois Central from Chicago
to Jackson, Tenn., and from there to
Birmingham over the new extension. It
Is believed that when the track of the
extension shall have rounded Into good
condition, a passenger train schedule of
eighteen hours between Chicago and
Birmingham may be maintained.
! OT ALL FOR BRYAN
(Continued From First rage.)
there are several bureaus working Inde
pendently of each other, each of which
has absolute authority over certain parts
of vessels. This has resulted In serious
defects and la said to have been the cause
of the fatal accidents occurring through
the handling of ammunition In recent years.
It Is pointed out that there Is faulty ar
rangement of the electric wiring of three
of the latest battleships, which may reault
in another accident similar to that on the
Missouri. It Is urged that t there should
be but three distinct divisions of the navy
one having Jurisdiction over the building
of vessels, a second over the personnel
and a 'third over the financial affairs of
the department. The proposed reform Is
so obviously practical that It is expected
that the aecretary will have little dilTlculty
In Inducing congress to authorlxe the
NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY
" - Nebrnaksi Km Notes.
Qnalat and Carinas Features of Life- CHAPPK1.L Trie question of county dl
ln n Rapidly Growing; vis-Ion voted on In Cheyenne county Inst
Stats. I weftH; wa both carried and lost and may
I result In a law su't to determine who la
" I right. There were 703 votes cast for
There are a number of houses In Beaver county division and il against, giving a
City that were "spoken for" before elect on f"joiUy of forty-two for dtvl'.,n. 1 ui
. . ., . the oj position claim that this was not a
that at present are for rent.-Banner City majority of all the votes cast at the leec-Tlmes-Trlbune.
1 In, k number not voting on the proposl-
J tinn and that those not voting counted
Promotion Mr. Milton Prall, at one time
a compositor in the Tribune office, was
last week elected county clerk of Chase
county. Mr. Prall la a hard and conscien
tious worker and will prove an efficient
official. He Is a republican and Is editor
of the Imperial Republican. Hastings
Colonel Marvin Is Reminded Speaking of
the humorous side of the situation, during
the days when greenbackers Insisted that
paper currency was money, the "go d bugs"
ridiculed the Idta by saying that a ticket
was "one pint of milk" Instead of "good
for a pint of mink." Wonder If a centlfl
cate Is a dollar or If it simply represents
. n.,i not,.i- nn
a dollar?-Beatilce Sun.
Columbus Item Barney McTaggart haa
been the "baggage master" at the
depots In this city ever since there has
been a railroad run through here. Barney
has sold out the whole outfit to W. A.
Green, but says: "Don't think for a m'nute
that I am going to leave Columbus." Hre
. . . ... . , ,.
s where he haa made the big money that
he has. and while he retires from the bag-
gage business, he Is going to spend some of
his good money In travel and see some
thing, and v his first trip In travel will be
A Little Tate Roasting ears November
1. Who ever heard of the like o trat In Ne
branka? But the editor and family are en
Joying roasting ears Just the same. O'lr
. . . r T . 1 ...... . ki
friend. Herrv Koop, came lugging In a big
sack of them the other day. He was one
of the hall victims north of town, and
planted some corn Julv 18. a few i'v after
the storm. It has trade a good growth slr.03
that time. Bertrind Herald.
Boosting for Cheyenne County Our coun
try out here looks quite different than It
'did a year ago, as the following diary of a
trip we took the other day will show. This
is over the same route we would travel a
Officers Elected for
W. F. Button (r).....C. E. Bruckman
(r). R. Wilson (r) R. 11. Rice (f)
M. E. Sliafto (r)
W. Turner Id)
. e. b.
Mrs. Anna Storm (p)
C. W. Potter (d).
F. M. Hallowell (r)..E. Bowker (r)
(D..H. H. Basler (r) O. A. Ireland r)
. M. H. Dodao Id) John A. Olson (D....T. 8. Allison (r) W. E. Miller Id)
..A. Martin (r)
.. L. N. Laypart (r)
..James Tucker tr
. . H. c palmer id w. a. uraun id
Kull U l . .... ia I I WnnAm lr
ld.. Louis Dewald ld)....j' r. I'tnker Id)
.A. K. Humphrey lr)..Q. B. Malr r
. D. C. Btlnson (r) Harry H. Adair Ir)..
.C. D. Sayers (r) L. J. F. Iasger (d)..
. H. A. Turton (r)....N. M. York lr)
laae Woolf (d)
F. W. Bronn (r) John M. Hurley Id)..
. R. J. Btlnson (r) Luke Mundv (d)
Charles Leslie (r).... Robert Bmlth (r)
W. C. Hamilton (r)
(r)....w. R. Fulton (r) B. F. Benedict (r)....R. J. McKoag (f)....H, Vauck (f)
(r)... George Loscy (f) J. E. Thompson (r)..
E. P. Pyls (f) E. D. Brown (r).
u. iewis id ,
John McCawley Id)
C. U. Iewls (r).
if).... John C. Byrne (f)
unii i no k tfna. tt. niravii4ii (i;..james . rliry vii" 'ii minin HI..." , ,
J. H. Mullln Id) F. C. Langman (d)...H. A. Edwards (n...Marxaret Brown (r)..C. E. Baldwin (r)....J. Lue Suiherland (r)
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G. F. Washburn (r)..F. Jeffers If)
IO..M. D. Bmlth If) F. T. Bhaushncssv
(D...C. C. Boyd (r) O. N. Gamsey r)....C. A. FeMman (r)...R C. Carrlss (r)-.....W. W. Watson (r)....W. Perry (r)
(r) ... James Livingston ID J. S. flew (r).... A. N. Coffey (r) M H Carman lr).... Roscoe Gjre Ir) Charles Snell (r)
Fred L. Carrlco (r)..Carl Holmes (r) Peter N. Johnson lr). Edwin Curtis (O. .. .Joel Hull (r) Jas. A. Bui ford (petO
H. A. Dano ifi J. B. McConnell lr)..Uene. Richmond (r).O. F. Chesebro (O....W. E. Lyklns lr)
ir)...T. 1 Itogers lr)
H. H. Proudy Id)
caivin Keller lr) B. N. Saunders If).
(p).. C L. Copp (r) .".126.96.36.199 .".',.".".'.
lr). W. Bates (d) W. H. Field (r)
J. L. fc'eeley (r)
,u. A. Aenew ii uewis-ratterson lr)..John Persiniier f)..T. Gosnell (f) Frankle .Kelley ir)...
.ON W. Wlllson lr)....A. F. Kiuse Ir) 1. M. J. Flaherty (D....M. H. Huff (r) F. E. Taylor Idt
,8am Teare f W. C. Perrlott (O....R. I Langford (f)...C. E. Blessing (r)....tJ DCarrlngton.tr., (r)
ri...j. jw. nan ir m. w. uarier irt
ia....w. w. vvunnn ia)... K. it. rinigan
f rank A. Barton lr). J. B. Brooks (r)
(f)... J T Montgomery (f)
(r)....L. C. Barr If) K C. Huck (r)
Id).. George T. Kelly ld)..W. B. Chllvers Ir).
John Ratterman (d)..C. M. Oruenther
J. T. Besley (d J. R. Wilson (r)....
ld)..E. K. Placek Id) Hsnrv Milled Ir)...
(r)...K 8. IfUMauer (rl
(dK..H. N. Colman lr) Don Owartney (r)...
(r).J. 11. Edmunds lr)..Ainr I. Stewart
(p) J. A. Angler (p)
Arthur v ray lr) o. a. Baaer (r)
year ago and only see one or two houses.
Leaving Angora, traveling southeast, we
first came to Teager's, who Is running a
little horse and-mule ranch: the next Is
5. W. Berry, who haa quite a batch of
very good sod com, fRie, potatoes, etc.
Here we look across to the north two miles
and see Bert Sttler's place, O. W. Reagen's,
Stanton Crouche'a,. Mrs. Huthln's, and we
will not forget to mention Link Lowry's
big high barn that can be seen for fifteen
miles. The next we can see Is George
Meslk's, who is Improving his claim with
a new grout house. Then comes the Ken
tucky Colonel Sleet, who had the fight with
the "skeeters" over the wheelbarrow last
summer. Paul Gulzak's place Is to the
north of him, with a new grout house and
stacks of small grain and good fields of
corn. To the east Is John Friend, In his
sod house; then Lw W. Thompson, who
raised a little of everything that grows.
Then we come to Miss Daxon's, who ha
quite completed a new sod house; ther
McWIlllams, with Ms frame house and
barn, and well machine with which he can
furnish you with water providing you can
watt and not choke to death before he can
get to It. The next we see Is I A. Boodry,
who will build a cement block house; he
also raised a little grain and It cjly sorry
that he did not have time to plant more
last spring. The next we see Is Mr. Klock's
new residence; then we come to Roy
Austin's, who Is as proud of his new homo
as a boy with a new kite. The next Is
Nichol Austln's( place; then we pass over
or around Riley hill and come upon Charles
Henry, John Rodgers, Frank Flscus and
Mr. Squires, all In a bunch. Then Powc'.i
and Broyhlll, and two miles further we
come to another "huddle" of them, Jerome
Reed, A. Randolph, D. A. Schoopman,
J. S. Wclver and George Adams. The last,
but not least. Is Frank Paul. When we
arrived there he was nut In the potato
patch, down on both knees, trying to roll
a very large potato into as small a thing
as a half bushel measure. Angora Annuls
UMUinai uiviaion, givirv me "i ixu
majority of seventy-seven votes. On the
fate of the returns it loo. a I.kb Uiv s.n
had carr'r-' ' 'ow the courts will hold
is another matter. .
NKL'RASiv.. w.TY Frank Morse, who
has been welgbmaster and super'ntend nt
at the Union Stock Yards In this city for
the past twenty-four years, his severed
, his. connection with that Institution. Frank
Will be grealv "'! tne snippers, as
I he was a favorite will all.
NEBRASKA Cl'li-11. O. Moore, the
Palmyra 1i ugglst, who Is under arrest on
ten counts on the chnrge of fell'ng
whiskey, was arraigned Saturday and re
leased on his own recognizance tn the sum
of 3300. The case will be heard In De
cember. NEBRASKA CITY Mrs. W. B. Sloan
a few wee.es rko met with a peculiar ac-
-ardent. She was walking across the street
and eon'ethlng struck her Juat above the
j Rpi,Ie. Slie thought nothing of It at the
I time, but since then It haa g'ven her a
real aeai or pain, sometirres swelling
badly. A physlc'an made an Investigation
nii.t found a p'oie of wire or hnt pin
about half an inch In length imbedded In
the tlesh and crowded against an artery.
It wits removed and she will soon be
NEBRASKA CITY-MIss Clrglnla Gar
rison, an employe of the Faultless Caster
company, had One of her ringers cut oft
hv -!t,nir .. . mnmM ,h. ,,hir
BLUB HILL Mrs. Charles Arnold was
called to Alma this week on account of
th-i rifnth of her brother at that point.
air. walker lived here a one time.
BLUE HILL Fd. Rogers, who some
time ago broke Ms leg, . was taken to a
hospltul at Lincoln. ' ...
BLUR HILL This weeki-will about wit
ness the Qnish' of corn -fucking in the
vicinity of Blue Hill. .It Is-claimed that
In most Instances the quality of corn waa
excellent, but the yield of many fields did
11111 pxccfu i,n iiusiiein rcr hi' l, wiiug some
ar8 clalm)ng twenty bushels.
BOY'S R1FLK ILAYI PLAYMATE
Child Sees Chlpmonk, Shoots Into
Woodpile and Kills Companion.
8TURGIS. S. D., Nov. 17,-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Hubert Rumpf waa accidentally
shot and killed In the timber south of
town yesterday , by Frank Wltman. The
two boys were after chipmunks In a wood
I pile. Wltman saw one and told Rumpf
the Years 1908-9
f)..G. Evans (f) Lu R. Willis (f)
J. W. Lupfer (f) C. E. Ward (r)
O. W. Langmlad (r). C. A.' Douglass (p)...J.
W. H. Crouch lr)....MIi Brooks (r)
George Tracey (D....F. W. Hoffman (D...F.
E. P. Sweeney (r)....0. E. Phlllli.s (r) J.
C. A. Just (r Mver Brand vlg (D... Henry Brandlrg (r)..J. It Betty (ri
J. C. Pettljohn (r). ... Florence Johnston (r)John M. Gardner (r).Emll C. Black (r)
..C. C. Carrlg (d S. A. Reasoner r)...C.
Frank Hansen Eda C. Nelson (d)...V. E. Pratt tr)
J. A. Willis (f) l.eocla Fletcher (r).. A.
P. H. Young Id) t.ulu Kartz lr) J.
John Dougherty (d..V. Ritchlel. Jr.. (d)..C.
a. w. j lull lr) Edith Lalhrop ir....c
I W f'n.lslln 11 1 T VnU.noa 1 1
John' Clatanoff d)"..F.rnma R Miller (r)..G.
M. R. Foster ir) H. M. Plnckney (r)..'. K. VanAntwerplr.' v.oio rj
W. W. Kenlnner (r)..Mary Oulnn (d) B. F. fcawyer tr)
James E. Clapp (r).. Jennie Ellis (n) D. McMillan (r) Ciiailes G. tlmore (r)
H. Johnson (r) L. A. Ollnser (r) R. C. Beattle tp) A. E. Wade tr)
George Poole (r) Tlll'e A. Davis (pet).. John Robinson (r)....C. H. Smith tr)
John Mills (r) A V. Teed (r).... B. T. Harman
H. Oberman Id) J M. Matsen (r) William Sanders (r)... A. P. Overgaard (r)
W. G. Shrlver (r)....w A. Voder (r) Geo. A. Beale (D....Harry Davis ir)
Elmer Rowell (r) Maud Porter (f)
Elmer Weston lf)....Kd M Short (r)
E. W. Towns Ir) Thomas Bcott (r)
.W. P. Hall If) F. J. Mundav (D....D. S. Hasty ir) C. E. Hopping lr)
.W. J. Hemphill (r)....Anna Day (r) A. J. Pehoud (d)....J. J. Meed (r)
. I. T. Hatheway (r)..j u Jenkens (r) J. J. Plgman (r) George Duian (pet)
.Ed Lervlg p) p. w. Montgomery(n J. T. Tripp (p) G. VV. Clark lr)
.P. fl Marts In u t riaUlnirer (p)..J. C. Berzlna Id)
Jaa. J. Harrahj.ll (f).. James P. Pelley (f)..
L. C. 6enoways If). .a. C. Biephenson (r)..Oecar Berggren (r)..J. M. Woodard (f)
Thomas Klrlley lr). p. P. Bentley lr) ueorge iteeu (r) . d. vonsim i
C. O. iJt'rd (d) Margaret West lr). . .Georfre Strstton Jacob Damhach
W. F. Miles (r) C. U Uttel (r) J. Ferrler lr) A. B. Felkers lr)
1 E. Skldmore (r). . Florence Zlnk (r)....M. F. Norton (f) W. T. Wilbon lr)
C. V. Mercure (r)....E. C. Hnwltt (r) Placer Tucker (d)
(f ) Mark Holm Ifi : 1. Vna-t in
A. Newman (f) U Feocant if)
H. H. Parker (r) Alice Wlll erson r)....
O. O. Bayha If) E. A. Murphy ID
D. K. C. Miller (r).
(r)O. A. Bacon ()....
V a T.... ,
'..O. R. Bowman (r)...W. 8. Scolt (r) ,. A. Maltaewa (r)
..William Ebrlght lr)..Paul Meyers (r) F. li. Lonsiey (r)
"w. Monlnger 'lp) Florence Fay (r).
P. W. Ruth (r) V. 8 Perdue (r)
, ndle tiakewell ()....
W. H. Winters lr) M's Ruthe Miller lr).r. 1- Reuter (r) G. M. Brooks lr)
vv. tr. uroves lr) Ida M. noernon irj.
I4-....W. Dunn lr)....
K. C. King ID
. W. M. Pyle (r.
E. M. Avery lr) to. nowe lr)
, ,i'.e Lamb lr) .
E. E. I -arson (n P. O. biliing ir)...
Frank Pllger (d.) J. H. Jones Id)....
P S. I-chrow (d)...R. U RosHiier Id).
. F. Muwevv If)
. J. L. MMler (r)....
. E. D. PuU ifer lr).
(d)..Phell Clark ld).T....
..Chas. Newromer (pj) Llllie Cole Id)
,.T. A. Kndsley (r).t.. Claudia B.MatcneriO)Anarew t mupr (r). w. A. Deslay lr)
,.N. B. Judd id) T. J. Oliver (d John A. Crook (d)...Geo. W. Reneker (r)
..W. H. Hart lr) C. G. Amnion (r) L. A. White (r)
. H, P. fVhmldt 10...-D. G. Hopkins (D....J. W. Fuhrer (r) Joseph Simeeek (pet)
E. A. Oow (r) H. A. Collins (r).
George H. Cornell (d)J. W. Mcngel Id)..,
W. H. White (r) Agnes Lackev (r)...
O. E. Bernecker Id) E. H. Koch (r)
(r)..bnl V. Pitcher (d)....C. L. Honner (r)..
Lewis Bechthold (r). R. A. HendricksonlD)
W. O. Downing (rj.. Alice Florer r).
. - 'I'v ' t ......... 'a. I r. 11 .a i j.
w. u. uownlng (rJ.. Alice Florer r)
liefore Ruinpf could get away. The latter J
raa shot through the heart. Both boy
were' 11 years old.
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
All Favorites Defeated oa Opening;
Day at Rennlns;.
PENNING, Nov. 16.-Wlth ideal weather,
a good crowd, a fine card and a fast track,
the Washington Jockey club "began Its
autumn meeting at the Bennlng course yes
terday. The Initial day furnished excellent
sport. There were six races on the program
and good fields were furnished. All the
favorites were boajed over. Guardian, at
as good as 13 to 1, who took the lead at
the outset, easily won the sixth Bladcns
burg steeplechase handicap. In which eight
3-year-olds and over were entered. Guar
dian clipped tlie track record for the dis
tance by one and three-fifths seconds.
Comedienne, an outsider In the betting,
wrested the seventh Columbia handicap
from Doily Spanker In a close finish. Re
sults: First race, five and a half furlongs, Co
lumbia course: Glauev. 1(6 (Lleher), 7 to
1. won; Anlrle, KM (McDanlel), 7 to 10 for
place, second; King 'Thistle, 102 (Fair
brother). S to 1 to show, third. Time: 1:10.
Mufti, Marryman, Oreat Dame, Caracco,
Trey of Spades. Servile. William H. Lyons,
Amllusla, Scallop, Whirl, Desideratum and
Edith Ulenn also ran.
Second race, the Bladenshurg steeple
chase, handicap, about two miles and a
half: Guardian, 146 (Keleherl, 12 to 1, won;
Prince of Pllsen, 115 (Hulpe), 10 to 1, sec
ond; Essex, 151 (Mr. Kerr). 7 to 6 to show,
third. Time: 5:03. Krtlght of F.lway.
Kara, Gold Fleur, Bersi, and Flying Vir
ginian also ran. Kara and Gold Fleur fell.
Third rare, six furlongs, Columbia course:
Belle of the Bav, lus (Notter). 12 to 1, on;
Pins and Needles. 113 (McDanlel), 1 to 3
for place, second; NeoskHleta, 11.1 (Beck
man), 8 to 6 to show, third. Time: 1:1ft.
Star - of Hunnymeade, Autumn Flower,
Laura A, Princess Nettle, Puritan Girl,
Kmlnnla, Ida Berk, Curley May and Grace
Cumeron also ran.
Fourth race, the seventh Columbia han
dicap, seven furlongs. Columbia course:
fiimedlenne, 115 (Brussell), ft to 1, won;
Dolly Spanker, 112 (McDanlel), ft to 6 for
place, second; Oraculum. It 9 (Notter), 20
to 5 to show, third. Time: 1:20. Oxford,
Hooray, Lady Karma and Loudoun Light I
also ran. -!
Fifth race, six and one-half furlongs, Co
lumbia course) Dixie Hlmmel, 114 (Llebert), )
6 to 1, won; Monopolist. 117 (McDanlel), 1
to 2 for iJnce, second; Carrollton, 177 (Not- '
ter), 8 to 5 to show, third. Time: 1 :3'IV. '
Incognito, Smoker. Braggadocio, Miss Cat- 1
esby and Dottle S also ran. I
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth, old 1
course: I-aU.v. 19 (Llebert), 8 to 1, won;
Ivanhoe, 1X) (Notter). even for place, sec
ond; Peter Knight, 84 (Shreve), 8 to S to
show, third. 'lime: 1:40. Lane Allen,
Trackless, Camra'gner, Wire Hand and '
Workniad also ran. ,
OAKLAND, Nov. 17.-Results: .
First race, flvd furlongs, selling: Alta
dice, 112 (Moreland), 2 to 1, won: Lackfont, j
1 (O. Burns), 5 to 1 , second; Gerry. 112
(Grand). 10 to 1, third. Time: 1 :0n. Hr
ives, Ft. Modan, liravonre, Kenn'na, Ko
pek, -Wllmore and Vanna finished as
HeuHid race, one mile: Martinmas, 1(9 (R.
Daii?), 2 to 6. won; Miss May RowdlMh, 104
(C. Iloss). 20 to 1, second; Etapa, 107 (E.
Lynch), 10 to 1, third. Time: 1:4'.'. Salable, I
fneremly, John C. Uraua and Bantam fin
lahed as named.
Tli'id taie, six nnrt a half furlongs, sell
ing: St. Elwood, 16 (W. Kelly), f to 6. won:
Cttnlque, 103 (McBr'de), 18 to 1, second; I
Elrndole, 1"6 (G. Burns). 4 to 1, third. Time: .
1:19 St. Or. Ple ad, Salvudale and Mitre j
finished as named.
Fourth race s.x and a half furlongs, Oak
land handicap: Johnnie Lvons, 100 (J. I
Haves), jo to l, won; True wing, lisv (v.
Kelley), 80 to 1, second; Eearly Tide. 08 (A.
Walsh), 20 to. 1. third. Time: 1:10. Meel
lng Jack Nunnally, PerJurlco, F. Nugent,
Andrew B. Cook. Sir Brihar and Fleming
fln'shed as named.
Fifth race, one mile and a furlong, sell
ing: Miss Bellle, 104 (Gargan), 6 ti 2, won;
Mendon, V6 (C. Miller), 2 to 1, second;
Lone Wolf, 104 (W. Kelley). 7 to 1, third.
Time: 1:3. Roterou, Nine Spot, Iras,
Gorgalete and Dewey finished as named.
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth, 1
Cloverdale handicap: Janeta. 9S (E. Lynch). ;
1 to 1, won; Ban aiviso. iw (W. Kelly),
to 1, eecord; Acrobat, 102 (G. Burns), 6 to
1, thiid. Time: 1:45. J. C. Clem, Legatee
and Veil finished aa named.
raSSOUBI TIGEP.3 TOO STRONG
Washington Vnable to Score Aaratnst
the State I'nlversMr.
COLUMBIA, Mo., Nov. 17. (Special Tele-gram.)-The
University of Missouri foot ball
team defeated Washington university, 27 to
0, yesterday afternoon on Rollins field. The
Tigers outplayed their opponents at every
stage' of the game, skirting the Red and
Black ends at will for long gains. Ruther
ford, Graves and Roberts were the stars i
for Missouri. Washington came up with a J
determination to beat Missouri at any cost
and had caved up many trick plays for
C. Heartwell (r) M. W. Baxter (f)
W. L. Staple (f) W. F. Conwell (r)
O. Lewis tr) r;. . loom tn
O. Weesner (r) C. B. W. Cox (d)
M. Sillik (p) J. W. B. Smith (r)
P. Hazard r G. W. Mitchell (f)
A. Euwarua (r)....j. r. Morcross trj
...M. J. UMKLTSon tr;
E. Hilton (r)..
...A. B. Koyce (r)
,.B. I. Clements (r)
J. A. Hill (r).
.J. J. Hay (rrf
Cunningham w. nte an
W. McDanlel (d)..A. Lewis (r)
H. R. Edwards (rjC. M. Wright (r A d)
M. fricaeti tr....r. u. nuviu
1 V S'lmk IrtV 1'liarleS D. h.lV (d)
A. Heller id) Jul. Lingenfelder(pet)
W. H. Learned (pet) E. F. Fuqua (r)
- . Hrubesky (r)..T. -'. jnccieery ir
E. M. Hussong (D...N. T. Johnson lr)
B. H. Henderson lr)..U. E. Charlton (pay
Proper . Francis (D...J L. Brannen (d)
1 1 . Paul tn. .
ruce lr) J. J. ttvans tri
F. H. Cunnlnghamiri F. M. Wooldridge (r)
eeeiey If) James K. ivuiaia ir
I av a Namcon If) ....nr. lay ir)
VV. Hesselgesser lp')!. J. F. McNuity (d)
A. J. Watch lr) H. L. Kindred (r)
w. Benson lr).
...K. Tooley lr)
...Ben). Person (r
...G. C. Frltchell lr)
.. . E. E. All house tr)
...C. N. Karstens ir)
...O. VV. Collins tr)
P. w. Pierce (d)..
. D. 8. Palmer (f)
E. 11. Celke (d)
.J. A. Cauley Id)
R. E. Dearborn lp)..M. Dr. Woeppel (r)
.11. D. Patterson (d)..R. B. Armstrong id)
L. A. Bopher lr)
, C. E. Scrlven (r) Kted D Wolt (r
. C. A Betnls id) H. J. Wertman (r)
. vv. mm ni'ii ir) J. o. Klmore (r)
E. B. Coriilrns in). ...A. 8. Main Ir)
.111111 ..ri.Mii ir.
A. B. Codding (r)....J. E. Smith (r)
made no report of officers elected. In
their special benefit, bu these were Invari
ably nipped In the bud by the Tiger ends.
Williams pulled down a Washington for
ward pass early In the first half and
raced thirty yards for a touchdown. He
also made the second by a line plunge over
ceryer. The Tigers landed the next four
points by a beautiful place kick from the
ihlrty-yard line, and the half ended with
the ball In the tenter of the field.
Both teams came bark fresh, Craln going
In at Williams' place at half and Carruth
ers In Kurt is place at guard. After about
ten minutes of play Cralne was shoved ovet
for a touchdown, this being made possible
by a thirty-five-yard plunge through the
center of the line by Roberts. He was
kicked In the head on the next play and ,
was substituted by Axllne. Missouri was
penalized several times for holding, thereby j
robbing lt of excellent chances to score.
Doatherage took Rutherford's place at
quarter for the Tigers and made some ex-
cellent end runs, also running back punts j
brilliantly. After several line plunges byj
Axllne, Cralne and Graves, Axllne wal;
shoved over for the final touchdown. After
this the ball seesawed up and down the
field until time was called.
About 3.500 people saw the game. The
time of halves waa 35 mlnutea. Masker of
Wisconsin. Anderson of St. Louis and Bon
nlfleld of Kansas City were the officials.
STANDING IN BOWLING LEAGUES
Omaha Bicycles. Titer and Mets
Bros. Are In the Lead.
The officers of the Metropolitan league
wilt cell a meeting today to set a date for
the near future for a social for members
of the Metropolitan league. Monday night
the Eclipse and Cain's Stars will play.
STANDING OF TUB TEAMS.
P V W. L. Pet.
"Igers 15 11 4 ,7SS
Beselin'sMlxers 15 10 6 .fini
Cubs 15 8 7 .5.13
Ca'n's Stars 15 7 8 .4
Ortman's Stars 15 T 8
lileapo 1 . H 15 7 8 .Vfi
Buniralo Cltys 15 6 9 .W
Ecllnse 15 4 11 .3,4
Individual averages In the Metropolitan
Name. Avg. Name. Avg.
Kalnin II K Sword 144
Suffonl Ut Strahle 141
Coin l;v Ovrnondt 142
8 lomon 1:.7 IjlrJ 142
K A. Rrhnelder.... ( ol Hi
F. W. Schntldrr. ... 164, HtrnHlgton 141
OridUh 14 In, k 141
Adami 1MI Kdtnund 144
Owyna 16l Haattr 197
Bouili-r UK tinman lj
Jjp-r 144. Chandler 1
Borshoff 14.'. ponainet'krr 133
Jrnn.nta 146, Adklna 1S1
Knudien 144 Richie 124
Woymuller 144 1
Standing of teams In the Omaha Bowling
league at the end of the eighth week, in-
W. L Pet. Pins.
17 7 .708 22,612
16 8 Ml 2I.,JU
15 .626 21.&4
15 9 .65 21. &
11 13 .4M 21. IK?
11 13 .451 21,171
6 16 .288 18.08J
i 18 .143 17,419
for comlnsr week: Mnnrinv
"mu cros.-ttcnos; Tuesday, c;ate Cliya
Stors Blues; Thursday, Mets Bros-Indlans;
Friday, Onimods-Onidhan. On Wednesday,
In tie two-n.en tournament, at p. m.
Reed-Oreenleaf and Bengcle-lmmerman
D p. m, liunter-Chatelain and .Ni-ule-Splague.
Individual averages In the Omaha Bowl
Name- Avi Name.
H. D. Reed
1,W. O. Johilaofl .
lb,U. K. Johnaoa ..
" 14 i. C. Rmd
( ovhraa .'. 1M Mbr
Benfe-ele lai H.nricha ..
l'-'on li, rruah
sr.tacher in). Oarrtlner .,
Wou.ue ... i a. o. Hied
H"lei Besstaon .
Bt ne !, siu.uun ...
Individual averages. Commercial league
bowleis, week ending November 14:
' At. Nam. A. '
Bursar i. Oo.lo lut
' au lj( Weat let
Lvhmann )k, BhulU lt6
ImuUy 11), kuvenhoret 144
kiuitka uj, t,. Priiaaaa 1 I
Franclaco itrn lbs
Hull iM Hird n 104-1
Hlurlcha lUNursne 144 I
(illtreath lot , Jay mt !
Hmilb u., p.teraon 1M ,
Klauck lav, p. Meiata 141 :
keyt i, McKley lu
Uraelln i; Mriihrr ui
U , Hankopl 160 .
aa 1,7, pitraoo 1.-.S
Sutton 177 Ric l.ij
Km-rll ij, chalelaln lr,
t-'armaa 17J: Hough lot
b'e'aon r' Treilal in
17( Mahoney 151
1,-, Bunlna ; 15 J
Vil Uarks 1..7
171 Uarhr 157
171, Fotcar 167
17 j, or.mth 1(4
m J. Nl.laan 164
iU Cnwoaoa 1U
171 Traynor 160
17l Collins 11)0
149 Matnea lit
)49j Htuman 14
19 Richards 141
li Burks 144
Havuaa itl Huff
Martin imJ Rprtman
P. W. U Pet. Pins
umana mcycie Co 24 21
W. G. Clarks 27 20
1 .87. 21,42
7 .741 23,to7
9 .667 23,7
r'alalaffs 27 18
Byrne-Hammers 24 IS
Gold Tops .....
24 13 11 .642 20.4..S
27 13 14 . 481 22.3V7
Dally News 27
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STAHEING OF BILLIARD PLAYERS
John Daly Is
ST. LOT.TI8, Nov. 17. Seventeen games of
the three-cushion national billiard tourna
ment between nine expert bllllardlsts had
been completed when last night's game was
played. The 'tournament began November
7, to continue until thirty-six games are
played, two games to be played each day
The following Is a summary of the stand
ing of the players for the seventeen games
. . Won.
John Daly, New York I
Frank Day, St. Louis 3
Harry Cllne, Philadelphia... t
Alfred DeOro, Havana 2
Uoyd Jevne, Chicago t
John Horgan. Elmlra, N. Y. 1
Hueston, Hot Springs, Ark. 1
Jesse Lean. Bt. Louis 1
Joi-enh Capron, Gait. Cana la 1
The sixteenth game resulted In Joseph
Capron of Gait, Canada, defeating Jeaae
Lean of St. Louis by a score of 60 to 46.
Capron's high run waa 4; average, .51;
safeties. 13. Lean's high run was t;. aver
age, .47; safeties, 20.
The seventeenth game, played tonight,
resulted In Frank Day of Bt. Louis beat
ing Harry Cllne of Philadelphia, SO to 41.
Day'a high run was C; average, .60; safe
ties, 11. Cllns's high run was 4; average,
.4; safeties. It.
Monarch Pool Tosrney.
Saturday evening's game In tne Monarch
nool tournament, between Hardina and
fcklple, was won by Harding. 100 to t, In J
twelve innings, winning his first gsme.
Bunday evening tirown and Bclple will
be the contestants. Score by Innings:
Harding 7 10 I I 10 11 0 11 10 t 14 ll-lm-10)
Bclple ...I 11! t I Hi I i 1 1 0-il-i)
Scratches: Harding. 4; Sol pie, 4.
STANDING OF THE PLAYERS.
Greener I 1
hlte ..r 3 3
Bwanson 1 I
Usher 4 t
Reynolds 3 1
Drown , 3 1
Harding I 1
Bclple t 0
of the stomach, liver torpor, lams back
and weak kidneys are overcome by Klec
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LK1LF CiTY &hVS
Bars oet print 11
Asbestos "Osntnxy" Shingles Fireproof.
r. A. Kinshart, photographer, removed
to Eighteenth and Farnam streets.
3. A. Xsrraa,' Tailor, t0ft-10 Brands!
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m fralnikr sot Otk, gvneial Insur
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always have Rock Fprlngs coal
Central Coal and Coke Co. oX V uiuia, 15th
and Harney streets. . i ...
INDIVIDUALS ARE TO BLAME
Dr. Weedren Wilson Says All Cos
porate Wronas Can Me Traced
to Some Person, . '
CLEVELAND, O, Nov. 17.--Ambassador
James Bryce of Great ' Britain,' Governor
Curtis Guild, Jr., ef Massachusetts and
President Woodrow Wilson at .'.Princeton
university, were guests of honor and the
principal speakers at the fifty-eighth an
nual dinner of the Cleveland Chamber of
Commerce last night. ' " ., ,
Ambassador Bryce discussed the problem
of the Improvement of man. and: how to
Increase his power over nature;. In Ms ad
dress on "Borne of the Tasks of bur Time."
Governor Guild addressed himself .to the
evils of socialism and political corruption
in his talk upon "The Essentials ef Oood
Citizenship." , ,.
Speaking on "The Ideals ef Public Ilfs,"
President Wilson discussed the effects of
unlawful business combinations ant es
demned government supervision ofc Indus
"We find many things done tinder forma
of corporation organisation." said Dr. Wll.
son, "which olearly are ' against' the publlo
welfare as well as against all principles
of private morality, and so we strike at cor.
poratlons and. striking at corporations, cm
barrass the business of the; country. Ther
is no such thing as corporate morality or
corporate Integrity or corporate responsi
bility. Gvery transaction . that Is against
the public welfare or right principle can bo
traced, If we will but take the pains to
trace it, to some Individual , or ' body of
Individuals who are responsible for It. and
those .Individuals should be punished with
out fear or favor, without checking the
courseof the country's business. ;We must
analyze our new methods of business so as
to rediscover the individual Jn them and
hold him to his personal responsibility.
This and not methods of governnpent super
vision Is the task of the enl'ghtened lawyer
and legislature If we would -bring' back to
America her great fame and leadership
In the world of politics and law." ,
. Cored of Brlaht'a Dlscu. ;
Mr. Robert O. Burke. Elnora,. W T
writes: "Before I started to use. Foley's
Kidney Cure I had to get up from, twelve
'n twenty times a night, and I was all
bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight
was so Impaired I could scarcely tee one at
my family across the room. . I had given up
hope of living, when a friend recommended
Foley's Kidney Cure. One BO-cept bott'e
worked wonders and before I had taken the
llilrd bottle the dropsy had gone, as well aa
all other symptoms of Bright' ' disease."
For tale by all druggists. ', , .'. . .
LAMDIS REFUSES TO SIQM
Judge Tells Oil Attorney to lnclnd
Certain Teallmony In Bill of
CHICAGO, Nov. lti.-Judge K. M. Landls,
In the United States district court, today
refused to sign the bill of exceptions pre
pared by attorneys for the Standard Oil
company In the appeal by which the com.
pany seeks to' have-set aside 'thf fine of
3,240,0 recently ' levied against it.' ' The
court instead gave the representatives un
til November 21 in which to Include In the
record the verbatim testimony of F. S.
Hollands, Horace Tucker, F. A.. Wann and
other Important witnesses.
The amended bill will be presented to "
Judge Landls next week and lt Is expected
that the appeal In toto will then be ready
for filing December 1. Hearing In the ap
pellate court can scarcely come before Feb
ruary, according to attorneys interested In
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Druggists refund money If It fails 10 fcura,
E. W. Grove's signature Is on e.ch box.. 15q.
This Is Worth hrmema?rlagr.
Aa no one is Immune, every person
should remember that Foley's Kidney Curs
will cure any rase of kidney or bladder
trouble that Is not beyond ' the - reach of
medicine. For sals by all druggists. ,
Tickets on sale at very .
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