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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 11, 1900.
LAWYERS CHALLENGE BYERS
Attorn Say His Interpretation ot
Moon Law ft Not Correct.
B Room is riiore valuable
Rental Pianos go this
REQUISITION FOR PERCY TAYLOR
Gorrrior Currtll Orders Retnrn of
Mil Arrested la Cedar Rapid
for Alleged Theft of
Diamonds In Omaha.'
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week for a song
o n :
tfiSf? zip. -047?
Choice of Any
in our store
OH SALE MONDAY
There are over 300 Suits
to choose from," but try .to
be here early.
IA3T RACES ' IS CALTFQRNIA
Apprraon aad Chalmae-De4relt Cara
Art IV Inn era.
f SANTA MONICA, Cal., July Sou th
iiir California today niada Ita dabut Into
the motor car road racing world, ; with
fwd.bt the faateat atock car raaea eve1
run in America. Both were flntahed In
itinlng ntyle In tha preaenca ot mora than
SCCOO rhreilnn apectatora.
The 02-mlle conteat over an 8.4 mllea lap
track for the Dick Ferris 11,000 trophy.
vaa a clear cut victory, for the Apneraon
"Jaek Rabbit," driven by Harry Hanijhue.
The 'Apperaon completed tha courae In
1 hciurat 8 minutes and 8 aeconds, an aver
age of 84.J mllea to the hour or one-tenth
of a mile under the Vanderbllt cup record.
Bruno Plebel Befit the Chadwlck Into
second place In S:1S:M. The Stearna waa
'jthlrd In t:l:M. ' " ' ' '
. The Chalmers-Detroit, piloted hy Bert
'Plnaley. finished flral In tha small ear
Vraoe for the , Leon Shettler oup. . Time:
There was not a kerloua accident in
either roe. . . . ,. , . . , ..
EUMINO RECORD IS BROKEN
F. W Ramadell Lower Tim tm t0
Meter Haee. . r j-
jprrTeBURa,-1 July la A world'e record
waa brokeq to4ay at the Pttsburir athletic
carnival, held at Forte' field, When F. U
Ramodell of the University , of fennayl
vanla ran 100 meter In XOM aeconda The
former record for tha 100-meter run . waa
made by R. E. Walkar ot Bputh Afrlaa In
January, 1800,. whomada tha . distance In
. Mk seconds at Pretoria. .
'.Tea thousand peruana attended today's
events. kUrtln BJierldin, M. P. . PrlacoH,
Hurry Hillman. John r anaan. Matt Mo
Crath. Harry Jner and iaan- other n
tlonally known athletea competed, i
" The remarkable time made by Ramsdell
Of a ramous Komaa rood.
.The story of Kieat dlncoverlea or Inven-
tluit t.l always of Interest.
A active brain workr who found htm.
ttlf hampered, by lack of bodily strength
vigor and could not carry . out the
pinna and enterprises he knew how to con-
duct", waa led to-atudy various foods and
tlir'tr effects upon the human system. In
uther words Wefore he could, carry out his
plan he had to find a food that would
carry him along and rnew hi physical
rn mental strength.
lie knew that a food which was a brain
and nerve builder, (rather than mr tS
maker) waa universally seeded. . He knew
that meat with the average man dm-a nit
arcainr-ltsb the d"lrd, rasyH. , lie knew
that the soft gray tubstanc In brain and
nerve center la mad from Albumen and
. Phosphate vf Potash obtained from food.
Then ha started In solve. th problem.
" Careful and extenalv experiments
t evolved Grape-Nuts, the now famous food.
It contain tha brain and nrrve .bulldliif
food.elementa In condition for easy diges
tion. The eult of eating UrprNut . dally
. la eajstle'' en In a. marked eturdlneaa and
activity of tha ferain and nervous yatem,
making t a pleasure for on to carry on
'the dolly duties without fatigue or ex
riausxiuii. - . h
' Orape-Nut food I In na sens stimu
lant but t (Imply food whfen renews and
' replaces , the dally wast of brain and
Jts" flavor la charming aad being fully
and thoroughly copied at the factory It I
served liurtantfy wwli rm.S
The signature of )h brain worker pokn
. of, p. W, Ptl, Ja 19 b Men on each gen
ulne pavkag f tirape-Nuts.
Uuok Iq pkjfa for the fanioua llttl book,
The Road to WellUi'" "There a Kea-avu."
In tha MU-meter run wan tonight certlCieft
by the Amateur .Athletlo union offtciala
and It la underatood will be mado official
Iq New York on Monday.
FIELD CLUB CONTINUES TO WIN
Defeat the CHoeolat Mlserm la a
Close Contest. - t
In one of the most closely oontested
games-on the Field club ground this sea
son the Field Club base ball team Satur
day, aftsrnooa defeated Voegela Dinning
company' llsseppa by the score of t to 4.
These teams -met once before earlier In
the year, ' the candy maker coming off
victorious. McLean for the chocolate
dropper pitched a good game, and with a
little better support In on or two tight
places might have pulled through with the
game. Thomas for the clubmen was wild
In the first Innings, but steadied down as
the game progressed, and finally won hi
own game In -the last half of the ninth
Inning by making a clean hit which
brought In Abbott with the winning run,
the score being tied at that time. This
tvus Thomas' third hit In four times at
The feature of the imt wa a running
catch, made by Left Fielder O'Brien of
the Field club. In making an extremely
hard long running catch he collided with
Center Fielder Balrd with auch fore that
he wat thrown a complete somersault, com
ing up holding the ball.
Next Saturday the clubmen play the R.
O, Duns. x
B H O.A.E.
Ibtrd, (...'.. 4 0 1
0 Klna, ft 4
I Kaushlas. M. S 1
lltumnr, lb.. 4 11
1 Krnnrdjr, It . 4 11
1 MeLaan, ... 4 1 I
0 1 Morrill, 1... 4 t 11
1 t Murphy. ... I 0
Kueart, rf.... I
Crstghton. s. 4
Akboll. lb. .. t
Maleiw, lb... 4
Martin, ' lb. . . I
4 Sloln. lb I
Wamruka, ill 1 1
Totals... v.aa 11 tt It T Tata la IS U IT 1
Field Club.......-......0 1 1 0 0 26
M.aappas 1 1 0 0 1 0 t
. Two-base hits: Creighton, Martin,
Thomas, Drummy. Struck out: By Thomas,
S; by Mrf.ran, 4. I'snntd halls: Creirhton.
J; MUrpby, I. Hit with pitched ball: By
McLan, 1 Wild pitch: McLean. Left on
ben: Field club, 4: Mazeppas, i. Xtusas
on balls: Off Thomas, T; off McLean, J.
Sacrifice hha: O'Brien, Kaughlan, McLean,
Murphy. . Umpire: Cotton.
CUDAHYS OPEN SEASON WINNING
Beat the V. M. C. A. Team of Sooth
Omaha la 'Cteae Game.
Cudahy bll players beat the South
Omaha Young' Men's Christian associa
tion Saturday afternoon. The feature
of th 'game- -was. the ' heavy hitting
of the Cudahya In . the seventh and
eighth Innings.- Vp to that time Munger
had been Invincible, but the Cudahya
finally commenced te find him and piled
up seven runs In the two Innings. Gahan
pitched great ball for aeven tnnlnos, only
V balls being knocked to the outfield.
fulaasMr finished the game and held 'the
young Men'a Christian association without
hit far .the. laat two Innings.
The Cudahy have few more open dates
for Saturday afternoon - games. Anyone
wishing game addles E. J. Hatuten, car
of The Cudahy Packing Co., South Omaha,
or call Red (343 between SO and 7:00 p. m.
Cl'DAHT ' . o. T. t O. A ',
B.H O.A.t. B.H O A K
Elaaaia. 1 TraT 4 1 I
Siollniklt .J 11 J I Mufigar. S ...4 I
Va, lb. 1 " Hrij.li. Ik .. 4 1 t t I
Halnv a... 4 J I kKCmleuli. lb 4 1 I 1 4
Karhiaa. b . 4 1 t I I St.fk r. lb 4 1 I I
Nlaltun. ib , 4 111 t'ohn. II 4 I t
fnarurf. tt. . Aalran. ri 4 1 a 4
k.a.i. a..? .'4 t 1 PaVrlaa. a... 4 1 t t
Uaaaa, a-cf , 4 .
. Toiaia u in l
Touta.. .,... I 17 l 1
Cudahy ....:... I I M M I M I 1
V. M. C., A...1.Vt)-I,e M I I 1 M M
Two has hit; Yoaa, Regan. Passed
ba)U: le Vriea, 1 Klr,t baae on balls:
'.'ff Muagiv.l. Struck: out: By lishan, 2:
bv Mvncrr, 1 hamflce hits: Petersen,
bull. De Vrlea. Unie: 1.4&. Umpire:
iHinahue.' - . ,
Aatloaal Walal Toaraameat.
NIAGARA FALLS. N. V., July I The
Boa too drla-Kait-s at the American Whist
congrebs, who yesterday carried uff ih
national pair championship, completed
their aweep of vlotorles today by winning
the championshlpa for four men team and
Manhattan trophy for mixed pair.
HAPPY HOLLOW WINS ANOTHER
Wallops the R, G. Daa Team, hy a
Decisive goore. H
At the Happy Hollow club ground the
R. G. Dun base ball team went down to
defeat, I to 6, before th Happy Hollow
club nine In a rather exciting game. For
the Happy Hollow nine Wright, In center
field, did soma good playing, accepting
several difficult chance and getting two
hit when they were needed. Dow. catcher,
also played a fast game. Th next game
in which the Happy Hollow team will con
teat will b played Saturday, when the
South Omaha Country club's ball artists
will be at th Happy Hollow ground.
HAPPY HOLLOW. E. 0. DtIN
B.H.O.A B. B.H.O.A.H.
Wright, ef ..a 4 0 o Klramerer, Hi t 4 I
Llnlngar, If. . I 1 Mon.kr. lb., t 1 It 1
Duikmi, lb... 4 10 1 Bllak. aa t 141
Halrd. aa i I 1 1 l w..Hn lh l I I
Hlllla, lb..., 1 t 1 1 Vlrkara, lb.. 4 0 t 0-
in t I wrtgkt, r.. 4.
Dow. I 1 1 0 ruiika 4 a i a a
Qulglar, rl.., 4 1 Wanak, a 4 I
"" a a nawqmat, af. 4 4 10
Totals. ...'..at II 17 1 " Tetala 1 To 14 "r 4
Happy Hollow Club.. 1 01008
R U. Dun 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 e
Two-base hHs: Klmmerer (f). Wavering
Fases on balls: Off Lyons, 1; off Wright, i.
Stolen bases: Durkee (2), Weekr (2), Dow,
lilisk. struck out: Bv Lyons. 7: by Wright,
i. Left on bases: Happy Hollow club, 7:
Dun, 0. Umpire: C. Blink.
CENTRAL CITY WINS TWO GAMES
Seward Shat Oat Friday aad Defeated
H to S gatardar.
CENTRAL CITT. Neb., July 10.-(Special
Telegram.) Seward lost two close game
her Friday and today. In today' game
Central City scored twic In th fifth on
a three-bagger by B. Bright, and repeated
It In the seventh on a two-bagger by Han
Bon. Jarrett, In left field, prevented Sew
ard from scoring by a wonderful catch in
the ninth. Scor by Inning: R.H.E.
Central City 0 0 0 0 2 t 4) 04 7 t
Seward 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 04 I I
Batteries: Central City, Hanson and Off-
oen; newara, ivissen ana L,lng. struck out:
uy uanson, 11; oy Kissell, 8.
Score, Friday' game: , R.H.E.
Central City 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 1-3 2
Seward 0 0 4 1 4 0 1 0 02 7 1
Batteries: Central City. Jarrett. Order,
Seward. Trimble and Ling. Struck out;
ay jarreii, i, oy irimoie, I.
TIE FOR THE WESTCHESTER CUP
lateraatloaallste aad Wren a Broth
er Have Kqoal Hcore.
NEW YORK, July 10.-A tie wa estab
lished today In the Weatchester Cup tennis
tournament here. Th Internationalists, H.
H. .Hackett and R. D. Little, and the
Wrenn Brother brought this about by
their victories, each having scored three
victories and on drftat.
The Wrenn today defeated th Phila
delphia, W. J.i Clothier and Wallace
Johnson, 7-1, 4-1, while Hackett and Little
overeome E. P. Lamed and A. 8. Dabney,
jh, after three sets. Th tl will b played
off Monday, .
CHAMPION ' RUNNER BEATEN
Middle Distance Maut Percy It wall
wood, Loop to Doha.
SHARON, Pa., July 10. Percy Small
wood, champion middle distance runner of
the world, waa defeated here today In
twelve mil race by sis local runners, each
of whom ran two miles.
Smallwood covered the distance In
l:ls:0bH. and ioat by eight laps. Th
Welshman stopped flv time on account
of cramps. Smallwood will attempt to es
tablish a new World mark for th II
Bitle event hare next Saturday.
Herman Defeats Lyons.
HERMAN Neb., July 10. - Special )-The
Lyons base ball team came to Herman to
day and was defeated by Van Velio Im
perial by a cor of 2 to 4.
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(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., July 10. -(Special Tel
egram.) Lawyer claim that Attorney Gen
eral Brers' Interpretation of th Jitoon law
Is not correct and there la a .probability
that the matter will be tested In th court
The law prohibit more than on saloon
to each 1,000 people. It was passed by the
legislature on April IS, and went Into ef
fect by It own term on July 1. Between
those date many cities granted many en
tirely new permit resolutions, making the
number of saloons far In excess of one
to each 1.000 people.
.By the term of th law,. where the num
ber of saloons I more than on to each
1,000 population, th city council may- per
mlt such to continue. Attorney General
Byers claims that because the law say
"from and after the passage of this act,"
and o forth, and further on says that
where th number of Saloons la "now"
mor than one to each 1,000 population, the
councils may permit such number to con
tinue, that any permits granted after April
15 are Illegal. Lawyer deny this and
claim there are supreme court decisions
which say that such terms refer to the
data on which , the law took effect. Th
matter 4 Important In many places, fur
aoin cttlea took advantage of the situa
tion, as they thought, to greatly increase
the number ot saloon pver the Moon law
Requisition tor Perns- Taylor.
Governor Carroll today signed extradition
papers to take Percy Taylor to Omaha,
where he Is wanted for the theft of dia
monds from the home of David O'Brien.
Taylor I under arrest In Cedar Rapids.
Great Western Reaamea Service.
The Great Western .. wtll get a. train
throuKh from Des Molnea to Kansas City
tomorrow for the .first time In a week,
due to bad washouts along the line. The
first train will leave Des Moines tomorrow
Osceola Constable Fined.
W. H. Polley, a constable of Osceola,
was arrested In De Moines today and
fined for Impersonating an officer. Con
stable Polley told Police Judge Stewart
that he forgot to take off his constable
tar when he came to Des Moines, and
when a stranger accosted him he forgot
whether he wa In Des Moines or Osceola,
and flashed hi star on blm.
Dairy Board Organised.
The board of seven, to whom the last
legislature voted 210,000 to be used In en
couraglng the dairy business of the state
of Iowa, has outlined it plan of cam
paign. Prof. Van Pelt of th Stats Col
lege ot Agriculture of Ames, who has
resigned hi position there, ha been se
lected by the board to take charge of the
field work of the campaign. H will spend
the greater part of hi time visiting farm
ers' Institutes and agricultural clubs, and
will appear on th program of evary gath
ering of farmers where he can get an
audience. He will tell of th Importance
of the business of dairying and will give
directions concerning dairying.
At the' meeting of the executive commit
tee of the State Dairy association, the
member of which are member of - th
board of seven to spend the $10,000 legis
lative appropriation, It wa decided that
at the next meeting of the association,
which will be In Cedar Rapids,' November
15, an effort will be made to get dairymen
to join the association. While the name of
tha association Is State Dairy association,
as a matter of fact the member are all
creamery men. Th effort will be made
now to get the farmer who give atten
tion to dairying and those whose whole
attention Is given to dairying to Join the
association and make It what It name Im
plies. This, It Is believed, wll further In
crease the dairy Industry of the state,
Information for Immlgrastl,
At the request of the bureau of com
merce and labor at Washington, Governor
Carroll' office will endeavor to furnish
information on the resource of the state
pt Iowa for use of the Immigration office.
It will be for the Information of prospec
Morris Lynch Dead.
Morris Lynch, for many year an ac
knowledged gambler and one ot the most
prominent In the west, died at ' Mercy
hospital today, following an operation a
few day ago to remove an obstruction In
After Iowa Horses.
Order have been received at Fort Pes
Moines directing Lieutenant Robert J.
Raney to visit the cities and towns of
Iowa and Investigate what breeds of horses
are most successfully raised In this state.
The department has purchased a good
many horses here and It I presumed is
pleased with the purchases and deelrea
Crosaler, Asks Divorce.
A petition for divorce has been filed with
the clerk of , the district court of Polk
couoty by former State Senator J. J. Cross
ley of Madison county asking for a dlvoroe
from hi wife, D.. C, Crossley. Senator
Cross) ty is now assistant district attorney
of Alaska. He waa state senator from hM
to 1007 and was conspicuous as being th
author of the primary election law. He
was married In 1901 lit makes only a
general charge of cruel and Inhuman treat
ment. Senator Crowley is a gradual of
the University of ' Iowa , and of the Yale
law school. . ...
River Golan- Doit a.
The Pea Moines river, which had reached
a stage of 14.2 feet, continued Ao recede all
last night, and unless there i farther
rain It Is believed the worst danger I
passed, though a large number of families
were forced to leav their homes.
MAN DROWSED l. KISIIER'g LAKE
Clarence Phllpott Taken with Cramps
While Batalnv at Cedes .trail.
CEDAR FALLS, la., July 10. (Special
Telegram.) Clarence Phllpott, aged M,
wa drowned In Fisher' lake, two mile
from thl city, at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Th body wa recovered three hours later.
He wo taken with cramps while swim
ming. Postmasters at Csssall Blaffa.
LITTLE SIOUX, Ia, July 10. (Speclal.)
L. L. Reynolda, aecretary of th organisa
tion of third and fourth class posiaiaaterf
of southwestern Iowa and eastern Ne
braska, ha Issued urograms for th meet.
Ing to be held In Council Bluff next Satur
day, Th meeting will be called to order
at 19 o'clock. Aiiiuiig those who will pk
. . Thl week will witness the sale of more Rented Piano than' has ever before been at
temptfcd In our history. For weeks pastpianos hare been returned day after day In large
numbers. They fill out tire floors to overflow Jut;. Room we need tor Incoming fall styles.
Tha money secured for these High Grade Rented Pianos Is a secondary consideration. Prices
quoted more than bear out this statement. Please note the character of tho pianos offered.
Then compare the present prices with the original Quotations. There will be no further ueed
for us to urge yon to call. v
Come early tomorrow anrt make the selection. ,
$580.00 Steinway . . .
14 J 5.00 Emerson . .'.
. 321, Wueller
$300,00 Irera Pond
1 OWdefa Oak ;
I alriut Upright
tVmntry Buyer Need
handling mall order with dispatch-i-ar uneaualedv- 1 We guarantee prompt service and a satis
factory selection,. Write for complete list of bargains Iq. Rented Pianos, , ... . ,
. Term a low aa $1.00 wtM?k. . .
1311 1313 Farnam SI; Pbones-Dpng. 1625, Ind. A-l$
Showing the largest line of njgb. grad Pianos, including 8telaway, Weber, Steger. ifard
man, Emerson, A. B. Chase. McPhatf, Suyvesant, Wheelock, Bteck and manufacturers of tho
Hand-Made Schmoller & Mueller Plaooa. V " ' . ,
are Postmaster Hazelton of Council Bluffs,
W. P. Dinwiddle ot Macedonia. Estra Miller
of Plagah, Rosco C. Saunder of Manilla,
D. H. Scott of Orlswold. W. C. Dorsey,
president of the Nebraska league; W. B.
Keith, president of the Iowa organisation;
Walter I. Smith! Charlea O. Barry, presi
dent of the Iowa league, and Postofflc In
spector J. S. 8wenon. ' .
SYRIANS FIGHT AT SERVICE
Priest, God-Father aad Chanter
Are Snrronnded hy Angtry
;FORT POPGB, la., July 10, (Special.)
After securing the services of Father Nlo
ola Yanay ct Kearney, Neb.", to officiate
In the solemn Greek christening ceremony;
a large party ot Syrians assembled at the
home ot.Mr. and Mr. William Hbbab,
cot into a disagreement a to whether the
feast waa to be or not to be In the midst
of the ceremony. A free-for-H fight en
sued In which women and children entered
and it wa necessary to call in th police.
The astounded priest, could not secure
peace after the mlx-up started and th
god-father, who wa holding th small In
fant, was severely , assaulted, while he
tried to protect the baby, who wa only
slightly Injured. .
Th trouble started when the priest, th
god-father and the tub ot holy water
were surrounded, by Syrians with candle,
marching and chanting In Greek., A, few
mutineer withdrew, blew out their candle
and then attempted to Insert the feast at
that time by using force.
IOWA RACE HORSE IS LYNCHED
Owner Finds Animal Dead Fnateaed
by It Neck to it
MT. PLEASANT. Ia., July 10 (Special.)
Hanging by it neck, which wa encircled
by a chain, which wa fastened tp a limb
of a tree, Charles Barry, living near this
city,' this morning found his valuable race
horse dead thl mornlpg. It Is evident that
some one prompted by malice, fastened the
hors by th neck with th chain In such
a manner that It hanged itself. The hors
wo valued at $600.. .
Thomas Beaton Probably Murdered.
CRESTON. Ia., July 10. (Special.) A fur
ther Investigation concerning th death of
fhoma Sexton at Maryvllle, Mo., who re
cently wa run over by a Creston train
crew. Is now being conducted. At tb time
the accident occurred it wa supposed the
death was the result of the train accident,
aa the head waa severed from the body,
when the train passed over It, and it was
supposed th man wa lying on the track
In a drunken stupor, but development
later lead to th. belief that Sexton wa
murdered and hi body placed on the
track, to avoid suspicion. It Is staled tha)
Sexton left Hopkina tin company with an
unknown, ' suspicious looking character.
who- ha been missing from th vicinity
ever since, the tragedy, and rumor are
rife that foul play had been enacted. Sex
ton waa 40 year eld and leave a wife and
Prof. Untbc to Michigan.
IOWA CITY, la.. July 10. (Special.)
Prof. Karl F. Guthe, head of the depart
ment of phylcs at the University of Iowa,
has accepted a professorship with the Vnl
veiflty of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Trot.
Guthe ha occupied the post here tor fe
last four yearavvA large Increase of salary
The Most Stubborn Chronic Diseases
Yield to Austro-AmericatY Treatment
Other rlOtalors and method of treatment may fall, but when the A us tro-American
Doctor accept a case they accomplish a cure.
Mr. C. C. Biggerstaff of Broken Bow, Neb., Is 16 year old and had been suffering
with stomach, liver and kidney trouble for some time. He finally decided that the
Austro-Amerlcan treatment might help him. ' Following I hi letter received July 1:
V Broken Bow, Neb., July 1, lt0.
To the Austro-Amerlcan Doctors, Omaha. Neb.
Gentlemen: 1 foal lust fine and think that I am on the road to a full recovery.
At present am working as hard as I ever have- you know this I tho busy time on
the farm. Now I think It advisable for me to continue the treatment for one month
more so aa to make cure of a permanent curci So please send lue some of your
Many letter sre being constantly received from grateful patients, many of whom
have been cured of seemingly hopelesa ailment.
Those who are suffering with Paralysis, Rheumatism, Goitre Epilepsy,
Gall Stones, Diseases of the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach, Blood, Ctbronlc and Nerv
ous Diseases of Men and Women, etc., should call at once, ag delay la dangerous.
No Fee Asked Until Patient Is Oared.
Don't Make Mistake la the Address. Tha Only Ouialia Offices ot
THE A USTRO-AMERICAN DOCTORS
Are Permanently Located at Rulte 428 IUuiige Building,
15th and Harney Btrewts, Just Opposite the Orpheum Tlieater, Omaha.
1400.00 Knab.-. ..
$350.00 Adam Schaff.
$100.00 Davis ......
$350.00 Drlggs .....
1 Mahogany Upright.
not hesitate because, f distance from
& Mtiellcr Mmo
1 the principal reason for hi change, to
Iowa New Notes. .
CRESTON William Rodger, one' of the
very old residents of Mllo, Is dead at hts
home after a long and tedious Illness. He
wa ever M year of age and had been a
resident of Iowa for more than fifty
SIDNEY The annual reunion- ef the old
soldiers will be held in Sidney Augnst 11,
It, 19 and 20. The offtcersA'f the organi
sation are E. W. Hutchison, colonel; a. W.
Close, adjutant; W. A.- Forbes, Quarter
master. LOGAN Yesterday Sheriff Rock returned
to their parents at Omaha Lawrence Sol
omon and Al Peterson, two hoys arrested
by the Northwestern detective for riding
en top of passenger cars. The boy left
home Tuesday and made good connection
pn the trip to and from Chicago. .
LOGAN Yesterday Sheriff Rock located
and brought to Logan Mark Stewart,
wanted on a charge of running a gambling
table in -Missouri Valley. Mr. Stewart was
Indicted last March and left without leav
ing his address with th offioial of Mis
CRESTON A a result of the recent
flood In Ringgold county, seven of the
county's bridge lie piled up on one 320
acre farr of that section. The loss te that
county will be large, as many other bridges
are reported out, or so greatly weakened
as to condemn them. Union and the coun
ties east and west of here have escaped
with less damage to their bridges.
CRESTON Jame H. Butler, who at one
time wa master mechanic of th Burling
ton road at thts place, died at hi home in
the city Friday night t the advanced
age of 10 years. He wa on of tne oldest
and best known of the old residents ot
this city. A large family of grown chil
dren, scattered from Montana to Chicago,
FORT PODGKi-C. E. Atkinson of Web
ster City has Just been given the contract
for structural worl on the new 'OO,000 hotel
building which a number of progressive
business men are to furnish Fort Dodge.
The building will be 120x10 feet In size,
five stories In height and the entire build
ing la to be finished complete for use by
June 1, 1910.
CRESTON While Robert Seller. a
brakeman employed on the Burlington at
this place waa engaged, in unloading a
large, buttle of sulphuric acid at the VII
llsca 'depot recently the cork flew out of
the bottle while he waa handling It and
scattered tha dealy liquid in hla face. For
tunately he BUut nis eyes in time to save
them from the fiery stream, but his face is
badly burned. -
CLINTON-Scores of camper from many
states ara assembled In this, city far the
annua) campmeetin got the Mississippi
Valley Spiritualists' association, an organ
isation which has members In practically
every state of the union. The camp opens
July i6, and continues for four weeks.
About 400 splrltuallsta from all part of
the country are expected to attend.
LENNOX Thursday evening an employe
of the Burlington at Lennox had three
flngera nearly torn off and a number of
bystander war seriously Injured also as
the result of the explosion of a railroad
torpedo which the man had apiaced be
tween a couple of bricks and exploded. A
special train wa chartered and run to
Gravity fur medical assistance, there being
no one at Lennox to drees the wounds.
SPIRIT LAKE Fir yeterdy at Ar
nold Park, near here, did damage esti
mated at I18.0C0 and destroyed the principal
business places of the village Including the
general store, bakery, barber shop, restau
rant, lunch counter and drug store, The
heaviest losers are J. G. Cook, owner of
the general store, and George B. Uenderi
owner of the drug store. The Insurance
Is only M.6O0- The fire started from the
range In tha retaurnt-
FORT DODGE The Fort Podge Com-,
merclal club is to make trade excursion
of no small proportions th latter part of
July, ao that the well known Fifiy-atxth
regimental band can add to the Interest ot
the trip, tor the towns that will be visited.
The business men will take four private
cars, Including baggage car, touiint sleeper
and two standard Pullmans. The trip
planned will occupy two days and extend
over northern Iowa. Th overnight atop
will be at Spirit Lake. .-
CRESTON Henry R. Henderliter, step
son ot Nathan Taylor, who was murdered
here aome months ago by Bert Henilerllter,
a brother of Henry, has been declared In
sane and taken to Clarlnda for treatment.
C. C. B1UOERSTAFF, Broken Bow, Neb.
the city. .Our facilities for
The charge was brought by. hts moiher,
Mrs. Belle Taylor Booth.. The Hender
liter who committed the murder waa con
victed largely on the testimony of hl
brother and was sent to the Insane ward at
Ana moss, aa a mental degenerate.1 . The
boy's mother has married again since the
tragedy. According to her story HenVy
Henderliter has commenced to show the
same characteristics that marked his
brother' behavior previous to the crime
and she Is afraid to have him about.
Y. W. C. A. GETS NEW GYM BOSS
Hngrasjrs Boston Woman to Take
Charo-e of It "' Gym- '
'Miss Florence P. Alden of Boston has
bren engaged by th local Young Women's.
Christian association to take charge of Its
gymnasium- and will begin her. work Sep
tember 1. Miss Alden is a 'gradate, of the
Boston Normal and last year scried aa
director of the women' gymnasium In the
University of Missouri. The equipment if
the local gymnasium Is nearly all In plaoe,
having been ordered by Miss Jane Gannett
of Boston' training school, who resigned
the local directorship a year ago.
KETCHEL MUST RAISE ANTE
Otherwise Hla Match with Lanstfosu
-Will Be All tiff. . ,
'BOSX ,:..VJ.w lO. Willis Brut,, manager
for Stanley Ketchel, will .have to Increase
his offer to Sam Langfprd hy (K,000 or the .
match arranged between the two middle
weights ' for the championship, at ..Ely,
Nevada, September 6,' will be all. off, ac
cording to Manager Goodwin, who repre
sents Langford. ' Manager . 'Goodwin re
ceived the articles from Ketchol toniKht
and said that, he would insist on an nihll
tot al $5,000 for his share or a- total nt
$12,000 for Langford before lie Would Sinn.
Ketchel to taka the- balenfe of the' fiYUOO
purse. , . , ...
TENNIS PLAYING AT CHICAGO
Seventh Annnal 'Ktnte Tournament
Start Thrrev '
CHICAGO, III., July 10. -The seventh an
nual state tennis tournament started, here
today t the Aztec club courts. Will Mey
ers, the formb'r western star, who came
from Pittsburg to. compete, defeated S. C,
O'Brien, ft-3. -8, w. a. Fleet of Culver,
Ind., who Js trying for the plaoe In the
flnabi, defeated J. R. McKay, 6-0, 6-V W.
T. Hayes defeated S. C. Hancock, 6-1, 6-1.
Heath Byford defeated Walter Hehm, 6-1,
6-S. William Wtlklns defeat--! Arthur
Snow, 8-U, 6-2. There, are sixty-four en
Doalile Header -at Sooth Omaha. '
The Ramblers and the Little Missouri
will be the star attraction in a double
header at Dtiffy'a park, Huulh Omaha, this
afternoon. ine lineup:
Coniuin. ... ..
.Short. ...'......; Felix
..Catch. , ;... Whaley
. Pitch., .v. Stark-Turner
Townaends nt the Dlnffs.
The Townsendrrsnd Ideal-Hustlers will
mix at the tatter' park In Council Bluff
this afternoon at t o.H:lock. Th. lineup:
Townsenda.. ' ' Hustlers.
Sp llman; ... .
Dr. Tlieoilore Allien
Dr. Mllen, the physician in
charge, is an eminent diagnosti
cian of 30 years' experience lu
nervous and chronic disease. Ild
Bees all patients personally and
outlines their treatment, asking
no questions at all of tbs patient.
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