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    TUTf OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1903.
REAL ESTATE-LOANS
(Continued.)
fi FIRST MORTGAGES.
A few 'choice first mortgage: ' recom
mended by a rational bahk, In amount of
from H.flW to W.0n. that will net Investors
e pr cent. All on wall Unproved (arms.
Andres or can nti
B. 8. WBATHERLT,
210 First Nat. Bank Bid.
tl-Mft
PRIVATE MONET-NO DELAY.
GARVIN BROS.. 150 FARNAM.
PA TNE, BOSTW1CK CO.. N. T. Llf.
PrlvaU money; to 15,000; low rata.
(22)-7S
LOWEST RATES Bemle.
V
Paxton block.
(22)-767
Good 6
Farm Mortgages
Alwayg on Land and for sale
amount from $300 to'$3,000.
BKXSON & MYERS,
412 N. Y. Life Bldg.
(22-Mo2 I
in
WANTED City loana and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith A Co., 1320 Farnam Bt;-
(3W6S
$10(t TO M,000 made promptly. F".
Wead Bldf., IHth and Farnam.
D. Wead,
(22)7S
MONBY.TO LOAN-Fayne Investment Co,
(22;-700
PRIVATE! money to loan.
1 Brandeta Hide
i. H. Sherwood,
til) 781
LOANS of ron to 16,000 on Omaha rest-
Hence property.
O'KEKPK REAL KSTATB CO.,
lutrt N I. Ufa Bldg.
. ' X22)-7S3
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANT tO BUY Klnrald homestead re
llnrtulshment, or two Joining preferred
Kive iuii uiKrrjpuon, Address. D-513. care
(251 Mtl x
WANTED-T0 BUY
HIGHEST prices for 2d-hand furniture, car
pets, clothe and shoes. Tel. Doug. 897L
t) 763
1 M fl I "T firtra niljl fnf M.k.nit rn.nll.i.
onrpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Red
4401. -.'. , 26 7
WANTED-SITUATIONS
LXFEKIKNCED stenographers; excellent
reierncca. u, umana oee, council Bluffs,
I"OSlTION WANTED aa office manager
or general orrice worn; expert book-
keeper and stenographer; employed at
preaiuu. Address M 604, care te.
.' -"... i (27) M40 Si.
WANTED By a lady of refinement, accus
tomed to traveling, a position as com
panlon to lady or managing housekeeper
tor eiaeny gentleman ot means. Address
Mrs. M. Snow, Ban- Antonio, Tex., fM
Ban Pedro Ave. (27) M46 13x
EXPERIENCED office man and book
keeper wants position; competent to hold
responsible place; beat references. Aa
dreBS D-f30. Bee Office. (27) 438 fx
STENOGRAPH 1J preferred, any clerical
work acceptable, by a High school grad
uate; serious minded, strict attention to
business; A-l references. Address N Sue,
cara Bee. (27) M564 10
WANTED-tHfilliw rteanlna-.' window wash
lng. carpet cleaning, etc., by day or hour,
'Phone Webster 44(8. (27) M57J 8x
STOVE "REPAIRS
WE have lri'sfork (no delay) repairs for
vary make of fura .ee, atcam or hot water
beater, water fronts.
OMAHA STOVE- REPAIR WORKS,
. IfcKW Douglas 8t
Telephones; 11, Do u la, WO; Ind., A-SSair
;oo
WESTERN'- LEAGUE MEETING
Annual Session of Magnates to Be
Held in Chicago Wednesday.
JfEW CIRCUIT TO BE CONSIDERED
It Is Probable that Wichita and
Toprk Will Be Admitted to
Membership In the
- I.ragae.
CHICAGO, Nov. $. Presidait O'Neill, of
the Western Base Ball league today Issued a
call for the annua) meeting of the league,
to be held at the Grand Pacific hotel, Chi
cago, on Wednesday, November 11. it was
originally Intended to hold the annual meet
ing In Denver, but at the request of a ma
jority of the members of the league Chi
cago was substituted.
The buslneas of the season Just closed
will be cleared up and It Is expected that
Wichita and Topeko, Kan., will be ad
mitted, making a total ot eight clubs In
the league next aeaaon. The league, as en
larged, will consist of the following cities:
Des . Moines, Sioux City, Omaha, Lincoln,
Topeka, Wichita, Denver and Pueblo.
RECORDS OF LOCAL BOWLERS
Standings of the Teams and flayers
I' 9 to Date.
The end of the eighth week of bowling
In the Commercial league ftnda the first
five teams fighting hard for the lead, the
Lux us and Brodegaard bowlers having
slightly the best of It. and are tied for
first honors, the Birmingham and Omaha
Bicycles following closely, while Dick
Grotte's Chabot team Is at the foot of the
llrei division.
Carman leads the Individuals, with Drink
water second and Mr. Voaa third.
The grandstand bowlers for the first
eight weeks show up as follows: High sin
gle game, Btapnhoret. til; Grotle, i37;
Gilbreath, 239. High tnree games: 1 nomas,
"; Drlnkwater, Caiman. 613. and
SUpenhorst 12. These men are high for
the ninth week prizes unless boaler the
coming week.
Team and individual averages:
Won. Lost. Pet. Pine.
Luxus IS S .67 20.o71
Brudegaard Crowns... 14 7 .w7 lK.lb0
birnilngnam Range... 16 .25 20,7x2
Omaha Bicycle Co.... 16 S . 2),.i67
Chabot Shoe Co 13 .1 KB
Postoffice U 12 . l.Ui
Cole-McKenna's 9 16 .276 U,tU1
Kelley at Hey den 7 14 .334 16,uol
Hussie s Acorns 6 10 .333 H.K12
Drelbus Candy Co.... 6 19 .2u8 le.ICO
Htm: Gwsu. At I Mw. Oimfi At.
rrma il )t K.lni II lo
Drlnkwater i4 ;M H. PrUBMU II 14
Vo 21 1M Kraialt IT 1M
Carp ...24 brunke .' U i
Tbomu 12 '1 H. Ptturaon II HI
Hull M ITIi Vaughn It HI
Lehmana U V,S( p. Nalaoa 16 11
Walan 24 1T UU
Martin 21 :TK Dlawaon U u
Boloffloa It :77t Peterson 11 14
Roord 14 j7 Sutton 21
Kyt 24 J7 palmer t 'I
Baaaila II Walmtieller . W
Grotta 1& 1 '5, Sl.lMrl tt IM
Hinrleka 21 1741 B. Juhnaon il lul
Starr I :!4Traynor Zi U
Cams 21 17-4 Il.ehr 21 lit
Srnultl 18 11 4 1 W. Nelion II ISi
Nalann II 173 Rica i lot
Btapenhorst S4 li?i OuaUTeaoo il 164
Johnatun I I'll Cottas II M
Uilhraath It 170 Garnandt I 1
Krus It '7U Colllna 21 1W
Jrnqlnga 21 McKae 11 !
Dryaa 24 1 Housh ll
foWy 21 147 Lough II -H
Fatarbars II ,471 Dlbtxra 147
C. Prima u II ltTI K. Patterson It 144
Beniuan ID lVi Ruak It i4t
Fry I Mueller I !a4
Laarn -II iao Laraon I '41
Wllay ..it :isjj, Nelaon 12 131
Fielding Averages of the National League
NEW YORK, Nov. I Following are the official fielding averages of National League players who participated in fifteen or
more championship games during the season of ISO:
FIRST 'BASEMEN.
Plaver and Club.
GUI. Pittsburg
Stem. Boston
Tenney, New York..
Ganset, Cincinnati....
Chance, Chicago
McOann. Boston
Rtorke, Pittsburg
Konetchy, St. Louis..
'Branefleld, Phil
Hoblitsell, Cincinnati.
Swaclna, Pittsburg...
Jordan, Brooklyn
Hofman, Chicago
Kane, Pittsburg
McLean, Cincinnati...
. SECOND
Knabe. Philadelphia.. 151
Abbatlcchlo, Pitta 144
Rltchey, Boston 120
Hannifin, Boston 22
Pattee. Brooklyn 74 -
Hummel, Brooklyn... 4:1
Bvers, Chicago.. iffl
HtiKglne), Cincinnati.. 13n
Gilbert. St. Louis
Hofman. Chicago..,.. '22
Doyle, New York 102
Alperman, Brooklyn.. 42
Zimmerman, Chicago. 10
Charles, St. Louis.... ris
Hersog, New York... 42
Kgan Cincinnati '.. is
THIRD.
G. P.O. A. E. TC. Pet.
2o HI 7 0 244 l.nna
i iw 1 .. rxt .m v
1S 1624 ll? 18 1.769 .
lOJ 1.11S 12 1.1M .990
126 1.201 M 15 1,K2 .99
121 1.2.-9 Vt 1 l.X -"S
49 4"1 17 S 54 .m
1M 1.S10 12 24 1.754 .9k
143 1.472 89 22 1.BS3 .96
32 313 24 6 342 . 985
60 f'l 19 S &- -93
14 1.4K2 60 29 1.M5 .9N0
Ji 357 20 11 3J.S .972
40 378 Si 14 418 .98
19 165 8 178 .9
LEFT riELDCRS.
Player and Club. G. P.O. A.
Catterson, Brooklyn.. IS 39 1
(Llarae. Plttaburg 16U 3M - 16
Hummel, Brooklyn.... W lo. 18
Shajnon, N. Y., I'ltts. W 9H 4
Magee, Philadelphia.. 142 279 15
Pasxert, Cincinnati... 174 10
Plagle, Chicago 16 2 0
HhHkard, Chicago.... 115 2nl 13
Bales, Boston 101 is,i U
Brain. Cincinnati IS 341 0
Kelley, Boston 3S 71 6
lobrt. Cincinnati 21 37 2
MvCorm k, N.Y., Phil. 69 91 I
BASEMEN.
CENTER
Chicago 76
120
FIELDER 8.
344
2fi8
SJS
1H
237
Hi2
2ei
41
1)
74
41.
123
61
33
470
411
36
4
244
127
861
40'
2M
6S
291
110
43
1S2
1-5.
. 47
26
22
24
4
15
2S
90
24
S
S3
13
7
26
IS
10
840
713
717
1-J3
4i9
241
738
600
J02
HH
197
91
3T11
202
(2
BASEMEN.
Ievlln. New York....
eteinfeldt. Chicago...
Leach, Plttaburg
Mowrey, Cincinnati.,
Sheehan, Brooklyn....
Grant, Philadelphia...
Bweeney, Bostcm
Hannifin, Boston
Byrne, 8t. Louis
Lobert. Cincinnati....
Courtney, Plilla
Charles, St. Louis....
LEGAL NOTICES
XHE5 SOUTH OMAHA AND WESTERN
RAILROAD COMPANY Special Meet
ing. Ouiana, Neb.. October 1. 1908. A ape.
Dial meeting it lh stockholders of The
South ouiana i"l Western Railroad Com
pany will 4m Held at the office of the
Company In onmtia, Nab., on Friday, De
cember IS. 13u. at il o'clock a. m ror the
uarpu of autiioi'ising and providing for
thu sals ot ttie 1 ail nad of Tris South Omaha
and Westciti i,ai:roi)d Company,- with its
franchises Ami iipui lenanuas, its real es
tate and pvia.mui property, t Union Pa
cific Ruiliuuil ..niiuiiy, the consideration
for sucli a 10 i,e the cancellation of
the bouus -uiJ kdtiKfaction of th" mort
gage of iiUi lif South Omaha and Western
Hullroad i-uiiitaii , and -ha assumption of
all Ha other injebiei'. ..ess by the said
Union Faoinu lllnoau Company; and for
hu purpowi Kt transacting all such other
business may legmlly -corns before the
meeting. For the purposes of the meeting
the book for the transfer of stock will
be closed at I o'clock p. m. on Monday.
December. 7, 1908, aud will be reopened at
10 o'clock a. 01. on Saturday. December
19. UWL. T. ,M. OHR. Secretary. 0atoDU
RAILWAY TIME CARD
l NJO.. STATION IOTH A'D 51 AS OS
(
Ieave. Arrive.
, .a 8:60 am a 9:40 pm
..a 8:60 ptn. a 6:00 pm
al0:15 am
..a 4:10 put a fi:t pm
.al2:ub pm a s:ib pm
. 9:30 ant a 6:46 pm
In lost I'acltlc .
Overland I.tmlted..-..
Colorado Fxpiess
Atlantic Exprtas..r ..
Oregom Express
lAa Angeles Limited
Faat Mall
t nina ana japan uai..n a. h fi
North Platte Local a 7.42 am a 4:46 pm
Colo.-Chicagn Bpectal. ..al2:10 am a 7:06 am
Beatrice A Btromsburg
Local , ....j, bl2:S0 pm b 1 :40 pm
llllaols Oaitral
fhlrairi) Rxnresa '.. a' 7:15 am a 145 Dm
Chlceas 'limited..... a 8:00 pm a 8:90 am
Minn. -St Paul Kxpresa.b 1 :15 am
Minn .si Paul Limited a S:00 vm a 8:30 am
Oma.-Ft. Dodge Local. a 4:15 pm all:30 am
Chlcaajo A ISorlharestern
Chicago DiiyHitlit. ....... a 7:20 am
St. Paul-Minn. Exp a 7:45 am
Chicago Local .'.......all:) am
Bloux City Passenger... a 8:60 pm
Chlrsgo Special a mk pm
St. Paul-Minn. Limited. a 8:20 pm
1 Angeles Limited. ...a 9:30 pm
Overland Limited. ,.,..,.al0:00 pm
r at Man
....a 3:50 pm
....a 8:20 pm
... a 7:10 am
....a 1:40 am
....a 8:00 pm
....a S ou pm
... b StilO nnt
...b 6:80 pm
7: am
6:06 ptn
7: am
l, pin
all:48 cm
. 10:20 pat
a s:zs pai
a 9:10 am
a 8:23 am
a 8:' am
al!AS pm
a 8:28 am
a 8:36 pm
a 9:20 am
a 8:u0 am
a 6:20 pm
a 10:36 am
a 6:20 pm
a 6:20 pm
b 6:20 pm
D l:as pm
Bloux City Local...
Twin-City Limited
Norfolk-Bonesieel ,
Llncoln-Ixng Pins
Deadwood-Llncola
Casper-Lander ....
Hasttngs-Bupertur
Fremont-Albion ...
thlces Uraat Westrrn
St. Paul-Minneapolis.... 8:30 pm
St. Paul-MmneapoMs
Chicago Limited
fhlcavo Kxpress.....
Chlcasto Express
WSSMB
St. Louie Express a : pm
St. Louis Local, (from
Council Blurfe) a 1:00 am
8tanberry Loal (from
Council Bluf(a) b trtO pm
Chicago, Milwaukee at St. Pl
I'lil. A Colo. Special. ...a 7:26 am all:R0 pm
Cat.- m Or. Express. ...a '"w pm
Overland Limited a 9:68 pm
Perry lxcal b 6:16 put
Mlaiaart I'atrlfle -
K. C. & St. I Kxprsss a 9:00 am
K.t . 4 81. I.. F.xrress .aU:!5 pm
7:50 an
11 :3S pm
8:27 am
11:36 pin
I 30 pm
a 9:25 am
sll:15 pm
bl0:15 am
I h tease, Rock
r y
a. f
lalaaid A Pacific
EAfiT.
Chicago Umited a 1:00 am
Iowa Local a 7:00 am
Rocky Mountain Ud...a 3:ti0 am
Des Moines 4V Eastern, a 1:u0 am
Des M -ines Paasenger..a l ul pm
Iowa Local bll :ia.i 4111
Chicago (Eastern Ex.). .a 4:40 pm
Chicago Flyer, a 6:28 pro
. WEST.
Rocky Mountain Ltd ,.all:15 pm
Colo. aV Cat. Express.. a 1:20 pm
Okl. Texaa Kxpreas..a 4:40 pu
a 8:26 pm
a s:su am
bll:25 am
6:45 am
a 6:50 pm
Omavhaa Lttlsa,
Some good tenpins was played In the
Omaha bowling -league last week, and the
leauers were pulled down so that tne four
first division teams are well bunched. Thu
old competitors, tne Triumphs and Men
Bros., met, and the Mets won the extra
series. There is a race between the ttiree
tall-end teams Which will not be decided
untH nex Wednesdar night, when the Oni.
mods and Sampeeks bowl their postponed
game. If either team wins a series this
snoves the Gate Citys down a peg. This
game will end the first round.
Blaketuy leads tne league, witn an aver
age of 194, but haB played only six games.
Hartley Is nigh lor the week Willi total
pins, 200, 222. 22u; total) 642. ,
Hiakeney is nign tor tne mommy pnxo,
245.
Below Is standing of teams and Individu
als:
Standing of the teams:
won
Triumphs ..
raistairs ...
Mets Bros..
Chancellors
Jettera
Gate Citys 7
Onimods S
Sampecks 6
Individual standing:
Lost.
6
7
8
9
11
14
13
13
Pins.
18,384
17, H04
18,278
18.129
17,604
17,572
14,002
14,681
Nam's.
Blakeney
Jnhnaoa .
Keals ....
Orrall ....
Bergae
Frltacasr
Scott
Anderaoa
Glare
Gams. At.
I iU
6
It
I
VI
....... 1.1
II
. II
. 21
O. O. Ptasclseo.. It
Zlmtnarman
Reed
Oochras
W. o. Ooft
Dudley
C. J. Francisco. .
Hartley
Frusn ......
RempJte ,.
Weat
Kneel
Chandler
Ilenmaa
Klsuck
Nam.
Hur.tloston .
Sherwood ...
Shumaeher .
Jordan .....
Llit
Tracy
Orceaiaat ...
Reynolds ...
Kolia .......
V.. H. Ootf..
Weber
Cog swell ...
V Mttemore
Mills
Jooaa
Jay v...
Lucas
McKelvey ..
Maurer ... ..
&beldoa ....
Mulll
Van Order .
Haaker
Ohnaaorf
Games. At.
n :7o
I
21
I
;
11
11
12
li
12
u.
:i
ii
4
21
it
it
ii
11
it
i
Tinker, Chicago
Dahlen, Boston
Wagner, Pittsburg....
Lewis, Brooklyn
Doolan, Philadelphia..
Morris, St. Louis
Hulswltt, ClnclMiatt..
Brldwell, New York..
Lobert. Cincinnati....
Charles. St. Louis....
McMillan, Brooklyn...
Rellly. St. Louis
O'Rnurke, St. Louis..
Osteen, St. Louis
Bescher, Cincinnati...
Barry, New York
Burch, Brooklyn
Delahanty, St. Louis.
Donlln, New York....
Beecroft has high total pins (three games)
for the weekly cash prise, 199, 852, 211; total.
6t2.
West Sides and Omaha National Banks
Monday night. ,
Association.
The Association league got away last
week In nice shape, tour teams winning
two out of three games. The Swifts lead
on plus, getting 1,467.
The second week ill doubtless show
some improvement in their detail work.
btandltig of the teams:
won.
.... 2
.... 2
2
.... 2
.... 1
.... 1
1
Lost.
1
Swifts
Union Paulfics..
Malonys
West Sides ....
Cudahys
Dreshers
Signal Corns ..
Omaha National Bank. 1
Metropolitan.
Team standing and individual averages of
Metropolitan Bowling league for week end
ing November 7:
Name. At Name. St.
Patereos .Willy '
Bokar 1U Stridor 141
Pet.
.i7
.667
.667
.6i7
.333
.333
.333
.333
Pins.
1.467
1.388
1.380
1,359
1.457
1.361
1.308
1,246
R
4ILROAD TIM IS ClRO-i-CsstlsBed,
BUHUMOTON STA.
Darlington
-IOTH at MASON
all KK pm
a 4:30 pm
ell :i pm
a 4:30 pm
all. 80 pm
b 9:65 put
a l,W pm
a I K am
a I Warn
a 4:30 pm
a 1:15 pui
WEBSTBK 8TA 16TH tt WEBSTER
t'htresTOs St. - ! Mlaaeanolle ot
OsMavatsv . ......
f Twin City Passenger.. .6 S ao am b 8:20 pm
l Slous CKr Pangr...a uO pm alO 60 am
1 ft s Knos I-oeal :4 am I XS am
'VV Kmereon Loea" b 1:56 fna bS lOaas
A ..bun Local : b S 66 pm blVat am
' Leave. Arrlva
Denver & California. ...a 4:10 pm a 1:60 pro
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm a 4. id pin
Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
Northwest Express ...... all :59 pm a 9:u8 am
Nebraska points a 8:46 am a 6:10 pm
Nebraska Express a 9:16 am a 6:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:20 pra al2:ll pm
Lincoln Local b:oara
Lincoln Local a 7:60 pro
Bchuyier-Plattsmouth ..b 1:10 pm bl0:20 am
Bellevua-Plkttsmouth . a l:0u pm a 8:59 am
Platlsmouth-lowa b 8,11 am
Bellevue-Plattsmouth b 1:05 pm
Bellevue-Plaitlsnioulh ..c 2:86 pm o2:40pni
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm a 7:U6 am
Chicago Special a 7:26 am all:45pm
Chicago Kxpress a 4.20 pm a 8:65 pm
Chicago Flyer a 6:30 pm a S:i am
Iowa Local a 9:1a am all :30 am
St. Louis Express a 4-46 pm all. 30 am
Kansas City Ac gt. Joe..al0:46 pm a : am
Kansas City & St. Joe. .a 9:16 am a 6:10 pm
Kansaa City 4 St. Joe. .a 4:46 pin
a Dally, b Daily except Sunday, c Sun
day only, d Daily except Waturday.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
, cxutisTixAa mxtTVMiovs.
157 ' jn 331 30 6R4
150 1M 27 28 4
161 . 199 293 33 526
66 61 119 11 172
145 174 20 S4 4HS
134 197 271 36 6i3
123 174 2H 84 486
86 63 79 10 142
122 1S3 248 35 46
99 121 181 26 828
23 ' 18 S t 69
23 35 46 S 88
SHORTSTOPS.
157 314 670 39 923
144 . 291 563 43 8X7
151 S.V4 4(i9 60 873
116 227 352 35 614
129 269 419 45 733
23 4 7 75 8 -1.10
118 242 . 368 42 652
147 277 4 65 818
35 64 87 13 : 164
31 67 95 15 167
29 52 86 20 158
29 34 f.9 16 119
68 80 171 41 392
17 80 42 13 86
LEFT FIELDERS.
32 82 2 0 84
2" 27 0 0 27
47 91 8 J 101
138 243 11 6 260
28 42 1 1 44
.9ti9
.m
.967
.967
.9A4
.9R3
.90
.956
. .95i
.941
.935,
.934
.923
.931
.921
.891
.947
.90
.937
.9: (II
.H9
.930
.930
.925
.921
.916
.9U9
-.958
.952
.943 ,
.943
.8.19
,m-
.936
.933
.9.1
.910 1
.873
.8G6
.800
.647
l.ono
l.nno
.980
.977
.977
t la ale.
Kane. Cincinnati
Thomas, Phil., Pitts.. 107
Browne, Hoston 17
Burch, Brooklyn 44
Ohborn, PhilHuelphia.. 146
Beaumont, Boston 121
Howard, Chicago 30
Shannon, Pittsburg... 20
Hofman. Chicago 60
Wilapn, Pittsburg 24
Maloney, Hrooklyn.... 95
Paskert, Cincinnati.... 34
feymour, ' York.. 165
Pluiw. St. Louis 67
Murray, St. Louis 87
147
292
2X2
:)6
94
342
259
52
66
118
56
224
72
SW
146
1KJ
6
15
7
1
7
14
17
1
2
9
3
11
5
29
18
11
RIGHT FIELDERS.
Bavless, Clnclnrmtt. ... 17
Schttlte, Chicago. 89
Dt-nlin. New York.... 127
Howard. Chicago 51
Titus, Philadelphia.... H9
Barrv. SL U, N. Y.... 79
Mitchell. Cincinnati... 116
Becker, Pitts, Bost.. 69
Burch, Brooklyn 27
Wilson, Pittsburg 109
Lumley, Brooklyn 116
Bhannon. N. Y., Pitts. 21
Moeller. Pittsburg 23
Browne, Boston 109
Murray,. St. Louis.... 7
thaw.
St. Louis 22
3
118
-. 197.
77
216
115
188
, 65
57
200
157
38
38
186
91
33
CATCHERS.
K.
1
10
0
3
S
7
2
111
10
2
6
a
s
1
6
7
1
I
12
. 1
2
I
6
8
12
4
20
10
19
0
1
5
S
9
6
S
8
3
10
8
2
2
12
9
4
T.C.
41
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178
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ANSON PHELPS STOKES HERE
aecretary of 1 ale la Honor tlaest at
Dinner tilven by Loral
Alatnnl.
Bliss. St. Iouls ,
Bergen, Brooklyn 99
Bresrjahan, N Y 139
Kltng. Chicago 117
1 helps, Pittsburg 20
Jacklitach, Pnll 30
Needham, New York. 47
fcimith, Boston 38
Gibson, Pittsburg 14H
Bowerman, Boston.... 63
P. Moran. Chicago.... 46
Dooln. Philadelphia... 132.
M'l-ean. Cincinnati... 69
Schlel, Cincinnati 88
Bitter, Brooklyn 87
Dunn. Brooklyn 20
Graham, Bcsion 62
Ludwlg. Bt. Louis 62
Hcstetter, St. Louis.. 41
C. Moran. St. Louis.. 16
194
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696
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126
168
143
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280
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93
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227
182
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137
140
149
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Chicago
Philadelphia
New York...
G. P.O. A. E. TC. Pct.P.B,
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166 4.2-H - 1.907 226 6,334 .964 - 8
155 4.167 2.071 238 6.466 .963 19
167 4,220 2,086 2&0 6,556 .962 23
Record of those who pitched in fifteen or more
TEAM FIELDING.
Boston
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
St. Louis
PITCHERS.
games,' arranged according to percentage of victories.
a. P.O. A. E. T.C.
156 4.157 2.225 253 6.635
154 4,075 2.044 247 6.366
155 4.0HS 1.918 255 6,2
154 4,039 2,059 348 6,446
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Pitcher. Club. In. Outs. Assists. Errors. Chances, Ave.
Reulbach. Chicago.... 46 15 77 7 . 99 .929
Mathewson. New Y'k. 66 27 141 2 170 . 988
Brown. Chlcgo 44 35 73 0 1
Maddox. Pittsburg.... 36 8 77 8 88 . .966 I
Leever, Pittsburg 88 S 44 2 54 .963
Willis, Pittsburg ' 41 11 87 1 99 . 990
Camnltx. Pittsburg... 38 7 64 77 .922
Ames, New York 18 5 32 8 40 . 925
McC'thv. CTt.JPltf.Bm. 17 4 38 1 41 .978
Wlltse, New York.... 44 25 89 . 2 116 . 983
Tsylor, New York.... 27 8 35 4 47 .915
McGlnnity.'New York 37 10 60 6 65 .923
Spade. Cincinnati 86 4 67 6 67 . .910 :
Corrldon, Phlladel 27 IS 78 6 96 ,!H8
Overall. Chicago 37 1 3 61 B . 69 .928
McQuillan, Phila 48 14 96 6 116 . 948
Fraser, Chicago 28 1 4 - 61 1 78 . 987
Tflester, ChlcS"0 33 13 ' 63 2 71 .972
Wetmer, Cincinnati... 16 7 87 0 44 l.nno
Ewlng, Cincinnati 37 11 69 3 . 88 .964
lilfield, Pittsburg.... 34 6 62 6 . 73 . 912
Sparks, Philadelphia.. 3s 16 65 t 86 .910
Crandall. New York.. 33 15 62 1 68- --sSi
Ferguson. Boston 87 9 43 6 6!) ' .9tn
Foxem, Philadelphia... 22 9 51 8 61 .952
Campbell. Cincinnati., 8R 10 87 . 7 104 . .9Tt.
Rucker, Brooklyn 42 jj . 107 4 124 '' .918'.'
Moren, Philadelphia.. 28 6 43 2 61 .91
Dubuc. Cincinnati ja 7 .. ?8 2 ' '-'i .W8
Lindaman, Boston.... 43 68 . " t 79 - .97-
Wllhelm, Brooklyn.... 43 17 109 132 '.awl
Richie. Philadelphia.. gi 7 40 6 '63 .887 '
FloheVtTr- Boston 8t 20 79 4 13 .961
I Young, B" . Pitts.. M 10 42 7 69 .81
Lundgren, Chicago.... 2S 6 M ' 1 41 - -, .976 -v
Lush, 6t. luls 88 IS 73 7 95 .9"6 .
Pavmord. St. Louis.. 48 12 MS 8 12S .918
Boultes, Boston. 17 7 17 0 M 1-OOQ
Coakley, Cin.. Chi.... m 8 66 4 . 68 .941
Mclntlre, Brooklyn:... 40 6 74 4 w .9W
Karger, St. Louis.... 22 10 33 2 45
Dorner, Boston 88 8 77 5 90 . 944 .
Bee be. 8t- Louis 9 64 2 .59
Fiomme. St. Louis... 0 S 30 0 3 1.0"n .
Bailee, St. Louts f, S 87 1 43 .PH;
Hlgglnbotham. St. L-. 19 8 27 1 S0 .97
Bell, Brooklyn 9 8 61 1 94 .91
Pastorlus, Rrooklyn.. 28 8 66 2 74 .PJ
McGlynn. St. Louis.. 16 1 29 4 M .88
Malarkey, New York. IB 1 9 1 11 909
Hit Bases on Strike Wild
B'smen. Balls. Outs. Pitches.
Extra Tie
in gs. Gms.
12 I06 133 5
3 42 259 2
6 49 123 6
11' 90 70 4
6 41 28 3
6 69 97 4
5 69 11 2
1 27 8 1 2
1 37 31 1
9 73 118 4
4 34 50 4
7 37 66 3
6 85 74 1
6 48 60 3
2 78 167 6
91 114 6
6 61 66 7
11 70 117 6
6 60 36 2
6 67 96 7
1'2 86 87
8 61 85 0
9 69 " 2
8 84 98 8
8 63 62 8
10 44 73 3
19 125 199 .6
2 49 72 6
6 42 33 1
10 70 68 7
6 83 99 5
6 49 68 8
8 81 50 6
7 40 . 63 0
0 66 38 4
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14 95 145 8
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20 90 108 0
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The Ysle alumni of Nrbranka and Iowa
entertained Anson Phelps Stokes, secretary
of Yale university at a dinner it the .Omaha
club Friday evening. The guests of honor
were Oeorge F. Mclean, president of the
Iowa State university, Prof. E. H. Barbour,
curator of the stste museum of the Ne
braska university, and N.tthanlel T.
Guernsey, eso,., and President Perry of
Doane college.
An enjoyable smoker preceded the din
ner, following which the visitor were given
an automobile ride about the city.
Over forty of the Yale alumni were
present at the dinner, of which P. W. Pat
rick acted as toastmaster. Short addresses
were delivered by a number of those pros
ent, after which an alumni association was
organised, with Prof. E. H. Barbour as
president; R. W. Patrick and Frank Craw
ford, vice presidents; Harold C. Evarts,
secretary and treasurer. A committee of
five was appointed, of which Victor B
Caldwell Is chairman, to draft a constitu
tion and by-laws. The present member
ship of the association Is thirty, which It
is hoped to Increase to sixty In the near
future. Those present were:
Dr. George K. McLean, president Towa
State university, Iowa City: N. T. Guernsey,
'81. Des Moines: Prof. Edwin H. Barbour.
State university, Lincoln; Ernest E. Hurt,
si, council mutts; victor B. Cald
well, '87, Omaha; James H. Dixon.
'07, Omaha: K. W. Dixon. '81. Omaha:
Thomas L. Davis, '04. Omaha; D. B. Tllson,
i, trnianK; Btanley rt. lilt s in. '07. B,
Omaha; Harold V. Evarts, '02, Omaha;
y. W. W. Jackson. '02, Lincoln: A. A.
Smith, '02, St. Edwards; J. 8. Foote. '77,
Omaha; Robert W. l'atrick, '79, S. Omaha;
Phllo D. Clark. '02, Red Oak; R. B. Mc-
Fadon, '01, Chadron: W. 1). Hosford. '08,
Omaha: C. E. Holland. '86. L.. Seward:
Frank Crawford, '91. Omaha: Denlse Bark-
alow, '07, 8.. Omaha; R. L. Paterson, '06,
8., Omahn; R. O. Clapp. '01, Idncoln: A. C.
Mayer. '97. M. L Grand Island; Richard
Buum, Omah.i; J. W. Madden, '7, 8., Om
aha; Wlllard Butler, Omaha; Luther
Kountxe, '97, Omahu; Charles T. Kountze,
'92. S.; Hon. Thos. Hedge. '67. Burlington:
Otanreii Van Hrunr 'OT M (nnpll Ul,,rr.
V. T. Mnvev. M I. Tina M,iima- Mr '
Perry, President Doane College; Elliott 8.
Miller. '78, Des Moines; C. 8. Sherwood, '9s,
8., Beatrice; Orwlg Ex. '02, lies Moines;
Hubbell, '05, S., Des Mulnes; W. R. Lane,
'00, L., Des Moines; Burton Smith, Sioux
City; Mr. Gelsthart, Grand Island; Charles
Miller, Des Moines.
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SIX DEAD. ONEJFATALLY HURT
F.tplnalon of Holler In W Isponals Cen .
tral Honsdhasae nt Ssserlor
Vrk Slnvoas. ' -
SUPERIOR. Wis.. Nov. 8. Six men were
killed, one fntallv Injured .and four slightly
hurt In ah rxploon that occurred shortly
befort 1 p. in. t the Wisconsin Central
roundhouse which Is being built In thla
city. Tho ere- working on the roundhouse
had eaten dinner and were sitting near an
engine boiler, when, without warning, It
blew up. The victims were all foreigners.
ECHOES OF. THE . ANTE-ROOM
Women Take I.eadlnsj Pnrte Is
ternal ASTalra of the
Utrk.
Frn
The T-adles' Aid society of Garflled
circle No. 11 'met Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Carrie Vroman on
South Thirteenth street with a large at
tendance. The regular ni'-ellng of thla
circle will be held next Friday evening:
in Barlght' hall. Considerable Important
business 1s to be considered.
Relief Society Bait.
The annua! hail of the Ladles Relief
society will bo given Thursday evening
at Metropolitan hall. The purpose of the
ball Is to aid la -th work ot rellovfig
the distress and to provide for needy
families. The patronesses of the affair
and officers of the society are-Mrs. J if.'
Harris, .Mrs. M. Bernstein and Max,
Ripens and II. A- Wolf. , . K t.
Woman's Relief Corns.
SWITCHMAN KILLED IN YARDS
Timber Left by Track Repairers
Knocks Him Off F.nulne and '
Under the Wheels.
James P. Murphy, 46 years of age and
for over twenty years an employe of the
Union Pacific railroad in Omaha, was
run over by an engine and almost in
stantly killed about 4:30 o'clock yester
day afternoon In the Union Pacific yards
between California and Webster streets.
Murphy, who lived at 1837 North
Eighteenth street, was a switchman and
yesterday afternoon was riding on the
running board of his engine. Track re
pairers working on the track had left
a piece of timber lying across the rails.
This caught Murphy and pulled him off
and under the engine, which passed over
him, cutting; off both legs between the
knee and the ankle.
The patrol wagon was called and he
was placed In It, but died before the po
lice station was reached. u - -
The dead man leaves a wife and throe
children. Arrangements for the funeral
will not be made until today.
The Woman's Relief corps o? Grant
post will entertain the members or me
three posts and corps of Omaha at a spe
cial entertainment to be given In Barlg'it
hall Tuesday evening. November 17.
On Tuesday afternoon, Na-imber . 10,
thla corps will give a .tieptlon at the
home of Mrs. Andrew Treynor for the
charter members of the corns f whom
Mrs. R. 8. Wilcox, Mrs. He.e.i Jeffnoat,
Mrs. Alice Schreve and Mrs. Lawra L'n
dergren sre still living In CVnuhs. The
corps was orgitnlxed in March,. 1890, with;
seventeen members.
Order of Scottish Clans.
Clan Gordon No. 68 Initiated several new
members and had a number of applk-a-tlons
at Its meeting Tuesday evening. Tho
fact thHt there was more or lesa excite
ment of the Toft-Bryan . order on the
streets during the .evening the meeting
was curtailed aud the Scots adjourned to
see what it was all about.-.
Tribe of Ben Hur. 1
Lew Wallace Court No. 121 at Its meet
ing last Tuesday n'ght elected B. B. Coom
s- rlbe. A number of app lent ons for mem
bership was received and acted upon. A
large class will be Initiated next Tuesday
evening. On November 17 a benefit bail,
followed by refreshments, will be given by
this court in Barlght Society hall.
Herat Neighbors, of .America.
Clover Leaf Cnmp No. 8 of South Omaha
will entertain the ramps of Omaha. South
Oni'ha, Florence, Bellevue aud Fort Crook
Thursday even ng at Woodmen hall. South
On.ni.a, ov r the South Omaha National
hank. An elaborate program has been pre
pured for the vent.
Fraternal Union of America.
Mond iniin Lodge No. Ill Is becoming en
thused over the increasing attendance at
Its meetings. This Is largely attributable,
to the attractive programa that are given
under the auspices of the entertainment
comm ttee, of which Mrs. Annie M, .Thomas
Is the chairman.
A Fortunate Texan.
E. W. Goodloe, Dallas, Tex., found a
sure cure for malaria and biliousness In
Dr. King's New Life Pills. 26c. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
NOTRE DAME , DEFEATS INDIANA
Iloosler University Men Are Ont
clnssed from Start.. .
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 8. The In
dlana University foot ball team waa beaten
by the eleven from Norte Dame university
here this afternoon by the score of 11 to0.
Indiana was outclassed from the start.
Notre Dame scored its-first touchdown on
a semtfluke, when on an on-slde kick. Cun
ningham fumbled, the ball rolling, over the
goal line. Kelly of Notre Dame falling on
it for a . touchdown.,, Miller , kicked goaL
Notre Dame made-another touchdown In
the second half, on a forward pass for ten
yards, and two plays through Indiana's
line, Edwards carrying the ball over for a
touchdown. .MUler failed at goal.
A hie to Score.
Nov. 8. (Special
No-hlt games: Wlltse of New York vs. Philadelphia, July 4, a. m.
(ten Innings); Rucker of Brooklyn vs. Boston, Sept, 5.
GloTar
Beecroft . .
Teruplln .,
Hughe ...
Itudlger ..
Perkins ..
Lyons, J.
Behoo ....
Yousoa ...
Laudfreen
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Tot. 10. SI. BY. Xea. B. 11.
Third class rat from Omaha.
T Hamburg. Bremen, Antwerp S53.0Q
To Liverpool. London, Glasgow. .. .$60.70
To Scandinavian points $67.50
u. M. noajaaua, m. a..
. OUtx (-, Chicago, 111.
Schroeder's St. James. 12
Ortman Stars 11
Chicago Liquor House 11
Besltn Mixers
Borshelm Jewels ,
West Sides
Bungalows
Loyal rtotei jeweiero
Nebraska Cycle Co...
Daily News
Individual averages
Nam.
171 Hunter ...
.14 Leo
ICIHured . -.
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ISs Lyons, K.
?H Henderson ,
Hi Booth
IMBIdaon
lit Wood
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EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Eyo Bright Wins Onenlnsj Handicap
nt Emeryville. ''
OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. 8. In the presence
of over 8.0C0 people Eye Bright won the
opening handicap at the opening of the
track today, from a high class field. He
got off In front and, leading' all the way,
won from Dandelion and Neva Lee. The
season opened under the most auspicious
circumstances. Ideal weather prevailed
and the track was In fast condition. One
track record waa broken when W, T. Over
ton ran a mile and 20 yards In 1:40. and
the mile record of l:5S was equalled by
Eye Bright. Twenty-four bookies were In
line and they could not accommodate all
who desired to wager.
Interest centered principally In the open
ing handicap, which was at a mile .with
t2,w0 added. A field of nine faced starter
Richard Dwyer with the Hildreth stable
a profound favorite. Montgomery, Dande
lion, Angelus and Fltcherbert carried the
Hildreth colors.
Firestone, the representative of Presi
dent Thomas H. Williams, was second
choice. After a brief delay In which Tire
stone fell at the post unseating Walter
Miller, the field waa sent away to a good J
start. Eye Bright with Klrschbaum up was
never beaded, winning handily. Dandelion
ran a clever race and waa second, while
tho fast coming Neva Lee was third. Sum
maries: First race, six furlongs, selling: Voorhees
(lis. Archibald, 6 to 2) won, nt. Franc la (113
Shilling. 17 to 6) second. Military Man (117,
C. Russell, 108 to 1) third. Time 1:1JS
Mabel Hollander. Charles Green, May
Amelia, EUerd. Phalanx, Sir Brtllar, Adeua,
and Edith R.. finished as named.
Second race, f.ve furlongs, selling: Right
Easy 197. A. Walsh, S to 1) won, IJstowel
1:1a, Hayes. S to It second, Tom Hay ward
Mil, Gilbert. 18 to 1) won. Time: v:5W. Mad
man, Captain John, Prudent, Torbe.llno,
Yolo, Boid and Schluve, finished aa named.
Thlid race, ml.e and 20 yards, purse: W.
T. Oveitn (10.', A. Walsh, 8 to 1) won, Fred
Bent (104, Shilling, 5 to 2) second, Sugar
Maid tlOl, Buxton, to 20) third.. Time:
l:4oV- Woodcraft, Cadichon, Logistilla and
Ocean Shoiv, tin. shed as named.
Fourth race, mile opening handicap, $2,000
added: Eye Bright (loo, Kuai-hbaum, 8 to 1)
won, Danuelion (118, Koerner, 9 to 20) sec
ond, Neva Lee (102, C. Miller, 9 to 1) third.
Time: 1:3. Firestone. Montgomery,
Angelua, Royal Tourist and Fiixherbert,
aiso ran.-
- F.f tli race, mile ' and 70-yards, selling:
Mike Jordan O07, C. Ross, 12 to 1) won.
Remember (10, Walsh, 6 to 2) seconu,
County Clerk (110, Shilling, 4 to 1) third.
Time: 1:45. Tea Tray II, Eta pa, Waruen
Yeil, Miss May Bowdish. Lccrsall, (Frank
Lubbeck, Kamsack, Silver Line and Ele
vation, also ran.
felxth race, futurity course, purse: Smiley
Corbett (108. liajes, 7 to ) won, Sewell (114,
Powers, 7 to 6) second, Fire Bail (109,
Lyotiig'is. 10 to 1) third. Time: 1:10. Cloud
l.sht, Koalta, Tony Faust, Native Son, and
Amethyst, also ran.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 8. Summaries at La
tonla: '
First race, six furlongs: Buffens (107,
Burton, 8 to 1) won, Home Run (lus, Reldel,
8 to 6 for place) second, Olive Ely (lul,
Glasner, 6 to 6 to show) third. Time:
1:144. Searape, Mlque O'Brien, Harriet
Rome, Denver Girl, Almena, Church
Steeple, Sister Phyllis, Stoaway and Marsh
also ran.
Becond race, five and one-half furlongs:
Winter Green (112, Martin, 8 to 6) won,
Mabel Henry (8, Kennedy, 9 to 10 for
Place) second. All Red (112, Deverlch, even
to show) third. Time; 1;20V Alice and
Crystal Maid also ran.
Third race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Orena (91, Deverlch, 6 to 1) won, Warr.er
Q ris well (100, Kennedy, 7 to 6 for place)
Becond, Palumon (99, Glasner, even to show)
third. Time: 1:48. Bitter Hand, Washakie,
Beau Brummell, True Boy, Hannibal Bey
and Huerfano also Ten.
Fourth roce, one mile and a furlong: Red
Gauntlet (104, Kennedy, 3 to 2) won. Fi
nancier (104, Martin, t to 1 for place) sec
ond, Gliding Belle (81, Brannon, 1 to 2 to
show) thirdi Time: 1:62. Old Honesty
also ran.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Director (108,
Martin, 7 to 10) won. Please (99, Deverlch,
8 to 3 for place) second. Merrick (109,
Heldel, out to show) third. Time: 1:13.
Ovelando, Robin Hood and Heine alao ran.
Sixth race, one and three-slxteerths
miles: Alma Dufour (100, Kennedy, 3 to 6)
wou. Water Cooler (94, Deverich, even for
Dlace) second. The Shaughraun (101, Butler,
7 to 10 to show) third. Time: 2:01. Gold
Treasure, Arrow Swift and J. E.
also ran.
McMillan
YALE AND BROWN PLAY TIE
lunch Teavaa anceeeds In Scoriae Ten
Points.
NHJW HAVEN. Conn., Nov. 1-For the
socond time In the history of the foot ball
relations between the universities. Brown
played a tie with Ysle today, the score
being 10 to 10. The other game occurred
In -'""A and ended to S.
The visitors out-played Yale in practically
tve.y uc.n.l.. .tlil ui ii.e guile, i-xc, 1 1 that
Of kicking, and but for the carelessness In
catching a punt out from Yale goal line
In the seocrid half and for holding in the
line just before the close of the contest
would undoubtedly have won the game.
Brown's first score came quickly after
the opening of the first half. Hobbs kicked
off for Yale, Brown rushed It down- to
the 44) yard line, McKay And Mayhew carted
tt 10 yards more, Bprv kling passed It far
ward and Dennle, and Hi latter carrel
it over for a touchdown. McKay failed
to kick goal. -
Five minutes later, after Brides and Coy
had rushed the ball down to Brown's 30
yard line, and Brown had held Yale for a
second down, Coy kicked the first goal
from the field.
In the second half JohnBon replaced Mur
phy at quarterback on the Yale eleven.
Following the kick-off runs by Coy brought
the boll back to the center of the field
and then Yale scored on a forward pass,
the first from Phlibln to Logan for twenty
yards, and the second from Johnson to
Haines, who took the ball over the line.
Hobbs kicked the goal. Two minutes later
Dennle Intercepted a forward pass from
Phlibln to Haines, ran 80 yards and crossed
Yale's goal line.
There was no goal kicked as when the
ball waa punted leisurely out to Sprack
ling he allowed it to just touch the ground.
In the last minute of play McKay ran 40
yards for a touch-down, but it was not
allowed as there had been holding In the
line. The lineup:
Score: Yale, 10; Brown, 10.
TALK.
Logan
liobba
Andrua
Blddle,
Goebel
Brows
Warren. Halnea...
Murphy, Jobnaoa.
I
BROWN.
Cooney.
...L.C.ILE Demle
...L.T. L.T Klrley
...UO ! L O Keroeay
C. .C Slaaon
...RGIRO Smith
...R.T.I R.T Raqoel
...RH I R K sRegnier, larria
...Q. .l. (I B Sp.-acillng
Phllbm L. K B. L.H.B Maynay
Brldea R.H.BIR.H.B Mrkay
Coy. Daly r.U IP.B By
Touchdowns: Dennle, 2; Haines. Goals
from touchdown: Hobbs. Goal from field:
Coy. Referee: Thompaon, Georgetown.
Umpire: Newton. Field Judge: Crolius,
Villa Nova. Head linesman: Burleigh.
DRAKE LOSES TO MISSOURI
Light Lino Unable to Stnnd Battering
f Heavier Men.
DES MOINES, Nov. 8. (Special Tele
gram.) In the hardest fight in ten years
cn a Des Moines gridiron, Missouri defeated
Drake, 11 to 8, at the Stadium Saturday aft
ernoon. Missouri scored on a .blocked kick
In the first half. Drake came back with
two drop kicks by Captain McCoy, the half
ending, Drake, 8; Missouri, S. Almost at
the end of the second half Driver slipped
through a hole In the Drake line for twenty
yards and a touchdown. In the first half
Drake outplayed the Missourians and their
score was ths result of a most wanton
smile by dame fortune. In the second halt
the visitors had a little the best of the
argument, although Drake rallied at times,
when it seemed impossible for the light line
to hold their heavier opponents. The game
marks the end of relations between the two
school, for some time at least.
The lineup:
MI98CH.RI
Driver
Oravoa
Atdereos
Rlettno
Miller (CatU.)....
Bluck
Kea , ,
teatherago
Gllrhrlsl
Alesaader
Wilder
Touchdowns;
kicks: McCoy
I
DRAKtV
Havana
- Sickle
J. wii.ee
War.Ms
aVi-.'.er
., ShonlMis
Wo-uirew
Ktsos
,....! cCey rapt)
furdy
Sleeuia
Driver. Dron
Graves. Referee:
Beavers ot West Point. Umpire: Qulgley
f Kansas. Field Judge: Prall of Ames.
4 Head linesman: Gordon of West Point.
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etc. ...
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...R H UH .
....! B I r II..
- Gilchrist,
(2). Goal:
CORNELL WALKS ON MONMOUTH
Illinois' Scores Ono Tonchdorvn on n
Fluke.
RIO, III., Nov. 8. (Special Telegram.)
Cornell, 42; Monmouth, 6. Cornell played
rings around Monrnouth Saturday, scoring
after four minutes of play. Several touch
downs were made and one safety. A pen
alty gave Cornell the ball on their yard
line, unable to gt back on account of the
fence and bleachers the kick was blocked,
It rolled under the bleachers and a Mon
mouth man feel on It for the first toch
down scored against Cornell this year.
Monmouth was unable to solve Cornell's
plays and was able to make but few downs.
Lineup:
CORNELL.
Smith I"1'
Relndig 11.
Lousberry
Col yearo C.
Lane
Mneldlg R.T.
Cotfeaa
Trult 3 -B.
Csrrell FH
Weat. Delamaoer. .. K. B.
MONMOUTH
L.E
L.T
LO.
C
HO....
R.T...
R.B...
B
W.H....
F.B....
K H ...
Balrd
Johnson
. . Hamilton
lior 1-tra
Cole..
Karl
Mllkatlnck
.. Richards
Mcl.lta.1i
Persen. Rich R- II I K H TuMbjII
Referee: Burkland, Illinois. Umpire:
Chalmers, Iowa. Timesman: Grler.
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Telegram) The Grand Inland High school
and Kearney Military academy foot ball
teams played a 0 to 0 game here this after
noon. The feature was a seventy, yard run -by
Graves. The academy scored once on a
long punt and regaining the ball but by a
ruling o ft ho referee the same wss not
counted. Kearney had the better of the
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In the eastern cities where the United
Doctors have old established institutes and
where tholr great work of curing; disease
by the United system Is well known, their
Institutes are always crowded.
Hero, of course, their work Is practically
unknown except to readers of eastern
dallys or to progressive physicians who
have read accounts of their work In med
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the career of the United Doctors It Is evi
dent that a new era Is dawning in medi
cine, and that the day Is not far distant
when allopaths, eclectics and homeopaths
'f the old schools must drop their preju
dices and work more for the good of hu
manity and less for tho glory of their
particular cult.
The day la not far distant when medical ,
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United system to practicing physicians.
"Die generous free offer of the United
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treatment until cured, except cost of medi
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accepted for treatment during November,
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will be a well and favorably known her
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treatment. True, there are many case
that aro Incurable'' by the old methods
which can be quickly rured by the United
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