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CURRENT NEWS OF IOWA
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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1fXR
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KECISTIUTION IS HEAVY
More Than Eight Hundred larger
Than Tour Years Ago.
POLLING PLACES DESIGNATED
,'lande R. Prler Democrat I. Candl
lata for Senator, Addrrtiri A
Falr-Slsed Andlence at the
When the registrars closed their book
at o'clock last right the registration
In the city for the general election to be
held next Tuesday had reached a total of
M4J. Thin Is an increase of 0 over
the registration for the general election
The total registration In the thirteen
precincts of the city yesterday was 1.432.
The total registration for the first three
days of registration last week was 4,911
As had been anticipated, the largest In
crease was In the Fifth and BUth wards.
The total registration y precincts, with
that for 1904 and showing the increase.
First Ward- 19"S-
First precinct 643
Second precinct 5S6
First precinct 644
Hecond precinct 5i
First precinct 644
Second precinct 433
First precinct 421
HHond precinct 404
First precinct.......... 823
Hecond precinct 2
Third precinct 263
First precinct 8,V1
Totals , J
Polling risers Designated.
County Auditor Cheyne yesterday
nounced the polling places in the city for
tha aeneral election next Tuesday. They
are as follows:
nr. ward. First nreclnct. 184 East
Broadway. Second precinct, 207 East Broad
Second ward. First precinct, 24 Bryant
ntreet. Second precinct, 734 West Broad-
WSy. . . . a vr...t.
Third ward. r trst precmci, iui rum n
street. Second precinct, 917 South Main
Street. , . ,
Fourth ward. First precinct, Farmers
hall, court house. Second precinct, 725 Six
teenth avenue. . . ...
Fifth ward. First precinct, County build
InT corner Fifth avenue and Twelfth street
Heond precinct. County building, corner
Sixteenth avenue anu lnineenwi iii"'.
Third precinct, 2319 West Broadway,
sivih ward First nreclnct. County build-
In", corner Avenue B and Twenty-fourth
street. Second precinct, Olson nuuaing.
V nrar corner Fifth and Locust streets.
I'orter lanes 10 urnm.""!
Claude R. Porter, democratic candidate
for United States senator, who addressed
a gathering of Ms party at tlus Star theater
last night, experienced considerable trouble
In reaching Council Bluffs from Oakland,
where he spoke during the afternicon. He
did not . reach the city until about 9:80
o'clock, whcieas lie had been billed to
speak at 8. The fair slsed crowd which
hsd assembled at the theater was Wept In
it good humor while awaiting the arrival
of Mr. Porter by ttie Council Bluffs Maan
nerchor,, which rendered a number of selec
tions In German. Attorney John P. Organ
alio half) fill tn Uie'-tlme by discussing
the Issues-which he contended were In
volved In the county campaign.
V Mr. Porter was given a generous wel
come. 11 spoke principally on the ques
tions of trusts and the guaranty of bank
Mr. Porter, accompanied by State Com
mitteeman J.' J. Hughes of tlila city, left
Oakland In an automobile, but found the
roads In bad condition. Near Quick the
machine Is said to have broken down and
a telephone message from Quick asked that
an automobile) be sent out from this city
to bring the party in. No machine was
available here, but County Chairman
- Lencx-ker succeeded in having one sent
from McClelland to pick the party up at
Real Estate Transfers
These transfers were reported to The Bes
October 31. by the Pottawattamlo County
Abstract company of Council Bluffs:
Portsmouth Savings bank to Mrs.
M. u. gnertiart, lot 18, block 8, Har
rison Street addition to Council
I'l.nn a , r .... , .4.11, I ... t ,..t
Rlnffa or A .
Jessica J. Sledentopf and )iusba
a " Kllen M. 8. Haas and husband
.lulla K. CtiriHtensen. Part of lots
KJ tind 33. Johnson's addition to
council muffs, (. c. d 1.26
tsame li Harry W. Zepp ' lot 4, Auds.
subdivision of lot 24 in Johnson's ad
dition to Council Bluffs, q. c. d....
Helen I McMillan unmarried, et al..
to Jaim-s M-In tire, "w7v, acres of the
nIS acrs of ewVi. e4 in 26-77-44,
Benjamin Fehr Real Estate Co., to
Joseph Hanson, lot-4. block 7. Ben
son's addition . to. Council Bluffs,
w. d. .'
J. W. .Squire and wffe to Eleseus J.
Lee, wit4- feet of lot 15 snd all of
lot 16. block 8, Squire's addition to
Council Bluffs, w. d
C. M. Bpe. unmarried, to F. J. Day,
lot 7, block 2, Benson's Second addi
tion to Council Bluffs, w. d
Benjamin Fehr Real Kbtate Co.. to F.
J Day, I lots a and 2?, block 20.
Ferry's addition and lots 8 and 9,
Benjamin F-lir Park addition to
Council Bluffs, w. d
Thomas E. Huff snd wife to Harry
. Cook, part of original plat of lot
228. Council Bluffs,- w. d
Verne Benjamin and wife to F. J.
lay, lot 1. block 10. Turelvs addi
tion and li4s 7 and 8, block 1.
Ferry's addition to Council Bluffs,
w. d t
Part I. . Van Order, unmarried, to
Adam L. T-vnch. lot 1 block 9.
Street's addition to Council Bluffs,
T. J. Pearce and wife to Joseph D.
Sherer, nwV, of 10-74-38, w. d
Total twelve transfers.
- Foot Ball Injory Fatal.
.1 tires YV Blakeman, the 17-year-old son
f Mr, snd Mrs. M. II. Blakeman, 8020
Avenu. C. iM y-.t.rday morning at an holding a .hnVlar poSloi; fT" MotZZ
early Miuur at tho IMmuiuisin Memorial!1- T. The wolf la for the soo at Falrmount
la the morning
and enjoy good
It la Tb Best
Natural Laxative Water
hotrltal from an Injury received while
playing foot ball Wednesday, October 21.
The young lad was playing foot ball with
a number of his playmates In the yard
of the Thirty-second street school when
he received a kick In the forehejj over
the right eye. A hemorrhage ensi 1 and
It was found necessary to remove the In
jured lad to the hospital, A consultation
by a number of surgeons of this city and
from Omaha was held Friday, out the
exact location of the trouble could not be
The funeral will be held this afternoon
at 2 o'clock from tho family residence and
burial will be In Forest Lawn cemetery
RAILROADERS' CHANCE TO VOTK
Coanty Attorney Write Representa
tives of the Lines.
County Attorney J. J. Hess yesterday
sent a circular letter to division superin
tendents and local representatives of the
railroads entering this city suggesting that
some orderly arrangement be made where
by railroad employes may be excused from
work in order to cast their votes at the
general election next Tuesday.
Under tha law of this state any person
entitled to vote st a general election shall
on the day of suctr election be entitled to
absent himself from any services In which
he Is then employed for a period of two
hours, between the time of opening and
closing of the polls, which period may be
designated by the employ ei.
The letter sent by the county attorney
reads as follows:
Gentlemen: The ballot for the general
election to be held next Tuesday Is an un
usually large one and In many precincts
it will be difficult for all voters to cast
their votes unless the men who are em
ployed are given the time provided by law.
Section 1123 of the Code of Iowa pro
vides: "That every employe Is entitled to
be absent from his work without loss of
fay for two hours on each general elec
lon day, which period may be designated
by the employer." A severe penalty Is
provided for failure to comply with the
provision of law above stated.
At past elections there has been complaint
that many men did not ret to vote. Can
not you arrange with the heads of your
departments to permit the men In your em
ploy to have their two hours at various
times during the day. to the end that all
may have a chance to vote. If this is not
none, minv men may lose their votes
Help them get their votes In early, that
all may have a voice In the election, with
out being hurried, and. at the same time.
wunout lnterierinr witn your business.
J. J. HESS, County Attorney.
Mrs. Ellen K. Denny Dead.
Mrs. Ellen K. Denny, who has been
connected with the management ' of the
Christian Home for a number of years,
died at an early hour yesterday morning
at her residence at the Institution from
pneumonia contracted while attending the
national convention of the Woman's Chris,
tlan Temperance union In Denver.
She was 65 years of age and leaves her
husband, Colonel W. N. Denny, and three
daughters, Mrs. "William Van Arnam, of
South Omaha, Florence and Mary Denny,
who are associated In the work of the
Short services will be held this afternoon
at her late residence at tha Christian
Home, following which the body will be
taken to tha old family home In Vln
cennes, Ind., for burial. The services will
be conducted by Rev. F. A. Case, pastor
of tha First Baptist church, assisted by
Rev. J. M. Williams, pastor of tha Broad
way Methodist church and Rev. D. E.
Jenkins- of the Theological seminary In
Besides the husband and three daughters,
Mrs. H. R. Lemen, and Mr. and Mrs. D.
T. Lemen of Minneapolis will accompany
the body to Vlncennes.
Friends of the family are Invited to be
present at the services at the residence
The members of the Woman's Christian
Temperance union will meet at 4 o'clock
this afternoon at the corner of Broadway
and Seventh street to attend the funeral
In a body.
. Marriage Licenses.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name ant Residence
George McMillen. St. Paul, Minn
May smitn, hi. iaul, Minn
Josh Ferguson, Omaha
reggte McKee, Omaha
A. 8. Turner, Council Bluffs
Delia Scott. Hillsdale, la
Herbert Fuller. Council BTuffs ..
Mary I'dey, Council Bluffs
Thomas E. Rohan, Omaha
Nellie Tonder, Omaha
S. McAlexander, McPaul. Ia
Pearl Templeton, Council Bluffs
Thomas E. Rohan and Nellie Tonder,
both of Omaha, were married in this city
yesterday afternoon by Justice Cooper.
Mrs. C. W. Douglass of 712 Willow ave
nue Is at the Mayo hospital In Rochester.
Minn., where she underwent a serious sur
gical operation a few days ago. Mr. Doug
lass accompanied his wife to Rochester.
A Jack o' lantern hung In the front
window of the residence of John Rltche at
18lb Avenue D set fire to the lace curtains, I
scorched tho wall and gave the fire de
partment a run at 6:30 o'clock last evening.
George Campbell, a transient, charged
w-ith the theft of a pair of woman's shoes
from the Philadelphia shoe store on West
Broadway, was sentenced to thirty days In
the county Jail yusterday by Judge Snyder.
During the month which closed yester
day 173 transfers of real estste were filed
for record, with a total consideration of
t22a.62S.98. as against 215 filed during "Octo
ber of last year, with an aggregate con
sideration of 820.830.
Myrtle M. Masters, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Masters, died last evening
st her home In I'nderwood. aged 21 years.
Besides her parents, three sisters and three
brothers survive her. Arrangements for
the funeral have not been completed.
Rev. Henry DeLong performed the mar
..!? M"mo"l' yesterday for George Mc
Millen and May Smith, both of St. Paul.
Minn.; Josh Ferguson and Peggie McKee.
both of Omaha, and A. 8. Turner of this
city and Delia Scott of Hillsdale, Ia.
The Board of Park comralsaloners re
ceived yesterday a full grown timber wolf
from John I,. TnniUinn k. t
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wie i.uuih-ii nimrs rire department, now
The regular monthly eWt or the Potta
wattamie Oun club for the Jacquemln and
L. S. Smith trophies will be held this aft
ernoon at the club grounds at Manawa.
The shoot will begin at 2 o'clock. K. A.
Weatnerbee. who holds the title of Iowa
state amateur champion shot, will tie pres
ent and take part In the contest.
Rex Murray, who left Council Bluffs
S'-me time nso to enter the I'nited States
navy, has written relatives here that he
is a midshipman on the battleship South
Dakota, which is now in the sevond squad
ron of the Atlantic fleet, making the trip
around the world. His letter recites many
Interesting experiences on bjard the uig
With the eyes, the Initial danger algnal
Is scircely son, so little Is thought of It
There s the danger. E tllfflculiles soon
become serious if neglected, pxrhaps af
fecting the general health. Tears of ex
perience and the reputation of a success
ful business house Is back of our optical
work. Lefferta, Broadway, Council
The executive committee of the Audi
torium company decided yesterday after
noon to defer awarding the contract for
the carpenter work on the Auditorium and
Public Sales building at the corner of
Washington avenue and Bryant street until
Monday afternoon. It was stated that the
committee expected to secure additional
bids and for that reason postponed letting
BOTH SHY ON PREDICTIONS
Chairmen of Neither Committee Will
ing to Name Figures on State.
REPUBLICANS SURE OF RESULT
secretary Wilson In Poor Health and
Has Been t'omn-elled to Caneel -Several
of His Dates
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DKS MOINES. Nov. 1. (Special.) The
chaotic condition of politics In Iowa was
fairly Indicated today when the chairmen
of the two state committees both declined
again to make any definite statement as to
the outcome In the state. A few days ago
they announced they would not make- any
claims or estimates. They will not do so
except In the most general terms.
Chairman Franke of the republican com
mittee wrote out and gave to tho public
I have made no statement s to the
probable results of the election next Tues
day. and do not care to make any estimate
of the majority. Things as a wnoie
throughout the state are in gooa eonamon
and I feel confident or the outcome.
Chairman Prion In like manner made this
statement for publication:
The situation has gradually Improved for
the democrats since the beginning of the
cam palm. We expert a bin; vote ana Iook
for success. Conditions throughout the
state do not warrant a prediction on ma
jorities. This Indeflnlterjess does not mean that
there Is any doubt as to the republicans
carrying Iowa, but In view of the fact
that there Is certain to be njpre scratching
this year than for many years there Is no
way of forming a satisfactory estimate
as. to the vote either on president or gov
ernor. Neither committee has had as much
money at Its disposal this year as usual.
Two years ago the democratic committee
secured from ou'iide the state - a large
fund, which was used to try to Induce re
publicans to become democrats, and a great
many of them did make the change rt the
time. This year the democrats have re
ceived no help from outside the state. The
republicans have received no money from
outside the state, but have rent to the
national committee a small sum. They
have used nearly as much as In the last
campaign, but have not had to face any
Failure of Prosecntlons.
The grand Jury after much delay has
reported In this county and caused surprise
by failure to bring any additional Indict
ments for alleged "white slave" trafflo In
connection with the resorts of tha city.
Some time .ago the grand Jury Indicted
three persons" who had or.ly remote connec
tlon with the affair and later cor.Mdered
the cases of several Influential and wealthy
persons who are said to havs profited Im
mensely by extortion from fallen women.
Now the grand Jury foils to Indict others.
This Is regarded as a hard blow to the
police department, which worked tip the
evidence and has virtually driven the re
sorts from the city.
Mrs. Frank Sherellffe Is Game.
When Mrs. Frank Shercllffe was notified
that her husband, the notorious criminal.
had been captured In Tennessee she did
not exhibit the slightest emotion. She In
slsted that she had not heard from him
recently, and she Intimated that possibly
they had not got the right man. The fact
that Shercllffe had t600 on his person when
taken waa supposed to Indicate that possN
bly another man had been taken, as It Is
not known how he could have secured such
an amount. Mrs. Shercllffe has been liv
ing quietly here.
Iowa Jewelers In Session.
im town mate Ketan jewelers asso
ciation, through Us executive committee,
now in session at Iowa City has decided to
hold semi-annual conventions, as well as
annuals, hereafter. The first will be held
In February. The executive committee In
eludes John Hands, Iowa City; Mack Hurl
but. Fort Dodge, president; S. C. Callson
Dexter, and N. Nlelson, Harlan.
State- Herds Are Affected.
Of the 171 cattle at the state hospital at
Mt. Pleasant, 111 have been Inspected and
sixty were found infected with tuberculosis
and condemned for dairy purposes by Vet
erinarian D. E. Baughman of Fort Dodge
and F. F. Parker of Oskaloosa, who made
an inspection by direction of the state
board of control.
Wilson Not In Good Health.
Secretary James Wilson has been unable
to fill a number of his speaking dates in
Iowa this year on account of ill health. He
will, however, close at his home town of
Traer. Today Governor Cummins spoke at
Dewttt and Lyons, Auditor Carroll at
Hampton, Ex-Congressman Lacey at High
land and Shelby, and Lieutenant Governor
Clarke at Logan. Preparations are under
way for the big labor meeting In Des
Moines Monday evening, which will be the
big rally of the year.
LA FOIXETTE 19 TOVRING IOWA
Irsei People fa Vote for Taft and
MARSH At A.TOWN. Ia.. Nov. l.-6peclal
Telegram.) Senator Robert M. La Follette
of Wisconsin spoke to Immense crowds In
Iowa, Saturday, speaking In this city this
afternoon and Popne this evening. At both
places he urged Iowans to send Governor
Cummins to the senate to "Help us get
something for the people." He referred to
Bryan kindly, but explained his weaknesses
and particularly the danger of giving power
Into the control of the kind of associates
Brysn Is surrounded with.
Child Dies froaa Fright.
CRK8TON. Ia.. Oct. !l.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Brain fever, Induced by fright from
an attack by a dog urged on by a neighbor
boy several days ago, caused the death
today of the t-year-okt daughter of En
gineer John Hawker of thts city. A brother
a few years older wss with the baby when
the attack was made and Is In a serious
condition from shock caused by fright.
Iowa Mews Notes.
TABOR Mrs. B. J. Adamson died this
morning at her home on East street, afti-r
a long Illness with consuniptlon. Besides
her husband, who la one of Tabor's leading
merchants, she Is survived by three sons
and one daughter.
IOWA FA 1,1.8 Elmer K. Cannani sold
the Woods hotel property to Charles G.
Hlbuer, the reported consideration being
tlS.Oto. The hotel la tho pioneer hotel of
the city and Is recognised as one of the
best hotels In this part of the stale.
MARSHALLTOWN Marshalltown nest
of the Order of Owls was instituted here
tonight and officers were elected and In
stalled. The lodge waa Instituted by Na
tional Organiser J. F. Nelson of Indian
apolis. Ind. The new lodge stsrts with a
membership of US.
TABOR-H. O. Allehy has sold his 1MV
acre farm in Mills county. Just across the
county line road northeast of Tabor, to A.
T. Hardy for Il"le per acre. Thla Is the big
gest price paid for a farm of fair else Tn
this locality. Mr. Allehy bought the farm of
A. J. Munainger three yeara ago for 1126 per
acre-, which was then considered a big
IOWA FAIJ An accident Is reported
from near Ellington which will prob.blv
terminate fatally for Jackson fiiafr,.r
Willie cut hunting his gun was accidentally
discharged, disfiguring h.a face in a frlxlu
ful manner. The shot struck the lower por
tion vi ma .-uiiina away a portion
oi wie iiran uii ine jstw. tie wanted home
ufler the aciivlenl but it is rejurtcd lit
Heat in Oven Before Serving.'
csnnot live and it is thought will never be
able to tell just how the accident occurred.
IOWA FALLS A unique sportsmen's
meeting has been called to.be held at Wall
Lake, northwest of this city, next Thursday
and Friday. It Is generally understood that
steps will be taken at this meeting by
sportsmen from Williams. Eagle Grove,
Dows, Oalt, Iowa Falls and Allien looking
to the preservation o( . Wall lake - as a
. MAKSH'A LLTOWNT For the first time
In the history of the city the police de
partment is tonight employing high school
boys to patrol the city . and protect prop
erty from the youths who are always busy
on Halloween night. Mayor Ingledue se
cured a force of twenty boys from the local
high school and, armed with clubs and I
deputised to make arrests, they v.'ere sent
Into the residence district to patrol the
street, and alleys, wl'.-! t-.''
Married Man In Tronnl..
A married man who permits any mem
ber of the family to take anything except
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds
and lung trouble Is guilty of neglect. Noth
ing else Is as good for ' all pulmonary
troubles. The genuine Foley'r Honey and
Tar contains no opiates and 'a In a yellow
package. Sold by alt amggists.
Carlisle Wins Its First Victory from
ANNAPOLIS, Nov. J On a fast grid
iron yesterday the Indians from Carlisle
administered their first defeat to the mid
shipmen. The final score was Carlisle, 18;
Navy, 6. For the first half the middles
had the best of It until Just before time
was called. Probably the midshipmen's
best chance for a score came almost im
mediately after the contest opened, but
they failed to make it and just as the
half was drawing to a close Carlisle be
gan the series of four scores, allof them
placement goals beautifully made by
Balentl, that made up- Carliale's total of
16. The Navy was not discouraged and
went back to the second half with the
cheering knowledge that In It It would
have the advantage of a favoring wind for
Dalton's kicks. The very first of these,
however, went sailing out of bounds, and
the navy was again on the Befenslve.
The defense did no good against the whirl
wind attack of the Indians and the mid
shipmen were quickly In dire straits to de
fend their goal. It was just after Balentl
made his third placement goal that the
midshipmen made their score. Determined
to stave off a Awhltewash," the navy play
ers went In literally to annihilate their
visitors. Line plunges finally drove Rich
ardson over for the blue arjd gold's only
score. Northcroft kicked goal.
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Advertise In The Bee. the paper that goes
into the homes of the best people,
WISCONSIN DEFEATS MARQUETTE
Team from Milwaukee Leads at End
of First Half.
MADISON. Wis., Nov. 1. Wisconsin uni
versity of Mila'aukee on the gridlorn yes
terday in the first game In which these
two teams ever came together, the game
endlig with a soor of 9 to 6. The first
half was Maniurttc's by ft narrow margin,
each team scoring a touchdown, but Mar
quetto was fortunate in kicking goal, while
Twenty-three mlnules after the first half
sttrtcd Wilce carried the ball over. Meas
mer failed to kick gfal. Score: Wisconsin,
6; Marquette". 0.
A forward pass, Wright to Foley, the
latter ran seventy yards with splendid In
terfirence and placed the ball squurely be
tween the goal posts. Wright kicked goal.
Score: Marquette, 6; Wisconsin, 6.
The ball was In Wisconsin's territory
nesrly all of the second half. Moll tried
another goal kick from the twenty-fivo-yard
line, but failed again. He flrvilly tried
a drop kick from the two-yard line and
made it. Score: Wisconsin, I; Marquette, (.
and wounds are healed without danger of
blood poisoning by Burklen's Arnica Salve,
th. healing wonder. Sc. For sal. ty
Beaton Drug Co.
BEOf AM ?
You will have to, decide it for yourself tomorrow.
The popular verdict on the question of the best breakfast
cereal made in this country was long ago decided in favor of
The next President will be in favor of Shredded Wheat
because both Taft and Bryan are pledged to the enforce
ment of the National Pure Food Law. Shredded Wheat
is the purest, cleanest, most nutritious cereal made. It
contains more actual body-building material than meat or
eggs or 'starchy vegetables, is much more easily digested
and costs much less.
MAGIC CITY SNOWED UNDER
Omaha Hijh School Lads Run Ring's
Around South Town Boyi.
DIETZ PARK SCENE OF BATTLE
Local Team Mark Larger and
Faster nnd Able to Score
Every Few Mlnntea of
Tearing up the South Omaha" line for
long gains Just when they were needed, th.
Omaha High school boys added another
easy scalp to their belt Saturday afternoon,
the final score being 66 to 0, In favor of the
The game was witnessed by a good crowd,
which utilised the new bleachers which are
being prepared for "the Nebraska-Ames
game next Saturday. The rooting was
mostly for the Omahans. but the Magic
City had a good bunch along the sidelines
and In the bleachers and they got busy in
proper style at times.
The one-sided score wss due to the strong
aggressive playing of the Omaha boys on
the offensive. The South Omaha line was
weak In defense and the Omaha bucks tore
through It for long and repeated gains.
Omaha was better when carrying the ball
than when defending, but as their oppo
nents either lost the ball or punted every
time they got It the weak points In the
Omaha team did not show up glaringly.
Twice the visitors threw a scare Into the
Omahas, at the end of the first half and
near the close of the second. Neither time,
however, was their playing consistent
enough to give them a license to score on
anything but a fluke. A couple of times a
South Omahan got away with the ball, but
both times he was nipped just In time to
prevent a score.
First Toachdown Early.
The first touchdown was made In quick
time. Nash put the bell down five yards
from the South Omaha goal after a run of
twenty yards. McKlnney made three more
and the South Omahans braced, but not
quite hard enough to prevent the score.
Nash put the ball Just across the line and
Gardner missed goal. Score, 5 to 0.
McKlnney and Nash made runs of thirty
five and twenty-five yards during the next
few minutes, McKlnney carrying the bsll
over the line. Gardner kicked the goal.
George Rapp, the plucky little quarterback
for South Omaha, began a punting game
and kept kicking the ball on first down
In an effort to keep It out of South Omaha
territory, but the defense was weak and
Omaha tore great holes In the line, through
which the backs plunged for gains. En
trlcken made the next touchdown, and
Gardner missed goal. A few minutes later
McKlnney carried the ball across the line
after almost losing It on a fumble, Gardner
kicked coal. Howard got the ball on a
forwar(1 paH and carr,d it to the South
Omaha five-yard line, and Gardner bucked
it over. Omaha failed on the kick-out for
position. Sears made the next score after
a seven-yard plunging run, and Gardner
missed goal.' This made the score 82 to 0,
where It rVmatned to the end of the half.
Before time was called Bouth Omaha took
a brace and once, on a fumbled forward
pass by Omaha. 8tryker almost got away
with a clear field ahead of him. but Gard
ner saved the day by a flying tackle and
preven'ed the score. During the last few
minutes of play South Omaha succeeded in
keeping the Omahans on the defensive.
Mash Scores In a Minnie.
The first score in the second half was
made In the first minute of play. Nash
covering the last twenty yards In a spec
tacular run. Gardner kicked goal. Gardner
was sent over' the line for the next score,
when he again kicked goal. Klopp. who
had been sent In st quarter, tore over for
the next touchdown, and Thompson kicked
goal, sending the scora to B0 to 0. Bears
went over for the Isst touchdown, sending
the score to 65 to 0.
BROWN SCORES ON HARVARD
Bnfrtr Kver Made la Match
Umm In Btadlnm.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Nov. 1. Harvard
defeated Brown In a sharply contested
game at the Stadium yesterday, f to 2. All
the scoring was done In the second harr.
In the first half It was almost entirely
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a kicking game.... Beytes, the Brown full
back, made several long punts and the Har
vard's back could not run back the punts,
for the speedy Brown ends downed them
In almost every Instance.
Harvard kicked off to Brown's ten-yard
line In tho' second half snd Sprtckllng t)Ok
the ball to the twenty-fivo-yard line and
punted to 'the center of the field. Long
line plunges were followed by an exchange
of punts.' which ended with the ball on
Harvard's thtrty-flvo-yard line. Then
White and Cutting), by line plays and a
fako kick, carried the ball down the field
Until White was pushed over for touch
down. McKay kicked the goal. Brown
scored after Sprackllng had punted to tut-
ting, who fumbled , on Harvard's five-yard I
line, and was thrown over for a safety. !
This was the first safety ever made In
a match game In the Stndlum.
FOURTH VICTORY FOR TARKIO
Game a Contest In First Half, bat
TARJCJO. MJj., Nov. L-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Tarklo college by superb Interfer
ence, fine passing and kicking defeated
Midland college of Atchlnson, Kas., here
yesterday on a superb field and in ideal
weather, 72 to 0. The score Indicates a
loose, uninteresting game, but It was 'a
game full of excltment throughout, Mid
land showing unusual strength for the first
ten minutes of play, keeping the ball by
profiting by Tarklo' s fumbling In Tarklo's
territory most of the time. Midland kicked
north to .Tarklo, regained the kick on a
fumble by Tarklo. It could not advance the
ball, and tried a place kick, but failed.
Tarklo carried the ball to Midland's twenty
yard line, but lost the tiall on an Illegal
forward pass. Midland kicked and re
gained the ball on a fumble by Tarklo and
again punted. Tarklo now swept down the
field and scored the first touchdown after
line plunging by Murray, Bowman, Mor
row and Colvin. Morrow scored. Wlthrow
gathered a Tarklo fumble and scored dur
ing this half. Bowman and Colvln again
scored. First 'half, Tarklo 22, Midland 0.
Tarklo seemed to have gained ginger,
. . n jtAlAomlna Mnn illl.B V.
simp, enc-isj iiu iiiiiiaiiu.i uuiuia ,
Interval for It fumbled no more and car-
ried the ball successively for long gains by
Bowman, Wlthrow, Gowdy, Murray and
Morrow. Murray also negotiated a place
kick from Midland's thirty yard line. Thla
half was replete with spectactular playing
and tackling, forward passes and broad,
sweeping end runs. Tarklo scored eight
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touohdowns In the. following order, Murray,
Bowman, Wlthrow, Morrow, Ward, Colvln,
Gowdy, Murray. Tarklo has won It. fourth
successive game and has scored 206 points
to its opponent's nothing. . Lineup:
TARKIO. . . . I
Dana L. r. R. E..
.- Chrtitlanai n
,...U. v. r. t. .
...U . R. O..
.. B. O.l L. a..
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...L. H i R. H.
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Touchdowns: Captain Murray (2), Mor
row (2).. Bowman (2, C. Wlthrow (2). Colvln
(2), Gowdy.- Ward... Plaoe kJrka Murray.
Goals from field: Mnrrayi- 8. -. Referee:
r"ub1'," Medics. " Field jSdge: Reese:
Monmouth. Hesd linesman: Tarklo Bestor.
Timer: Parse. Tims of halves:
C0E OUTCLASSED BY QRTNNELL
Long; nnd Sensational Ron Scores Only
tsaat for Defeated Eleven.
GRINNELL, Ia., Nov. l.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Coe met Grlnnell on the grid
Iron yesterday and was defeated by a
score of 28 to . The weather and grounds
were favorable, but neither team over
exerted Itself because of the coming con
test of each with Cornell. Th. Coe team
was lighter than ' the regular Grlnnell
team, but some light substitutes about
evened the weight. Coe was outclassed.
Grlnnell played- straight foot. hall. Coe
used the forward pass largely, making
Its only touchdown and numerous gains
In that way. McQullken's thirty-yard run
and touchdown In th. beginning of the
second half was sensational, also Ben
bow's capture of Balr on the five-yard
line after a chase of 'half the lepgth of
the field. Grlnnell was penalised heavily
and frequently, the cause being some
times not obvious to spectators. Orln
nell Is not in good form just now for
strong playing, as Marshall and Brundage
are out for th. season,- and Shehstroin.
Wells and Warrlner are all suffering from
iniofi tn the DVake a-ame. Thar llneun
! u-aa aa follows:
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