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ITIE BEE: OMAnA, MONDAY, JUL l'J, lwrj.
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EQUALIZATION BEGINS TODAY
Sew State Board Will Hold It Tint
Session lids Morning.
Total ( Grand Assessment Roll Will
B Orer reap ITaadred Mil
llona Gala of Twelr
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
. LINCOLN, Neb., July (Bpeplal.)
The Ptat Soard of . Equalisation will
meat tomorrow to begin the work of past
Ing upon the returns made by the county
assessor,- and- aquations; between the va
rious counties. It Is expected the board
will do llttla at the first meeting inasmuch
as several .of the counties have not yet
mad reports. Secretary Henry Seymour
has tabulated the returns already In and
nuvd 4 -comparison with the values last
year on the same class of property.
It is expected now the grand assessment
roll will reach $403,000,000 for taxation pur
poses, this being one-fifth' of the value of
the property. This will be an increase of
about $12,000,000 over last year. With such
an increase and no state debt at present
it Is Very likely the state board will re
duce the state levy, or abolish the 1-mlll
levy for the creation of a redemption fund
to pay off the state debt.
Treasurer Urian Is out of tho city and
Is not expected to be here this week, while
the governor wm billed to be back today.
The majority ot the board members are
new at the equalising business. Auditor
Barton. Land Commissioner Cowles and
the governor getting their first taste of
the work. Secretary ot State Junkln and
Treasurer Urian are old at the business.
Election oa Liquor (location.
It it can be done -legally it is not lm
probable that th1 liquor question will be
submitted n Lincoln this fall at the gon
era! election. Petitions are already being
circulated .to get the question submitted.
teputy City Attorney Williams was not
Sure whether the Question" could be 'sub
mitted before next spring, but be would
give no opinion In the matter until he had
looked up tUo law. ,.,
A number - of people are much dissatis
fied with the present conditions, while the
excise board -intends to enforce the dry
law to the letter If U can. . Its rules have
forced people to go to the express offices
and sign their receipts for shipments of
beer, refusing' to permit an agent to get
the wet goods. The Ilavelock crowds con
tinue and both Lincoln and Havelock have
cause for complaint. The police still meet
the "Drunk" car t University Place, and
ride into town ready 'with a billy to up
hold the strong arm of the law. The
searching of cars for drunks has Increased
buggy and automobile traffla to Havelook.
In the meantime Police Judge Rlsser will
hand down Ills decision In the case wherein
a driver of a beer wagutt was arrested for
delivering beer in Lihccln, 'the goods hav
ing been bought and paid for In the shop
town. r '
Band Concerts at 'Park.
After a long pull and a strong pull and a
pull altogether, Lincoln almost sees Itself
hearing band concerts at Antelope park
twice a week. To bring around this de
lightful condition It was necessary to raise
$1,600 to build the stand and pay the must-clan.'-Now
all, but,, tout M0 has been
raised and- next Tuesday evening Is the
date set for the optnUig.. Members of the
park board got most of the labor on the
stand: done for nothing, -by members of
the local labor unions,
' ' Last' Day for truing.
Tomorrow Is the last day 't-andtdate for
supreme Judge and regents of the univer
sity may file tor office wltlh the. secre
tary ot a. ate. The democrats have put up
only (wo candidates for- the three places
on the supreme bench, and they have filed
the name of no one for regent of the Stats
university, even Harvey Nebranch so far
having failed to fliei 'T. B. Allen was at
the office of the secretary of state yes
terday aftrrnoon and he gave, out the Im
pression that plenty Of candidates would
be found by Monday.' fhe republicans have
filed no one for the Vacancy on the Board
of Regents, but friends of ,C. M. Brown
of Cambridge will likely file his name for
that place tomorrow. ' Charlej Knapp of
Lincoln may file as a democrat against
ftcVoot Officers at Cambridge.
CAMt-niPOfi. NcbV.July IS. (Speclal.)
At the meeting of the trustees ot the Cam
bridge schools, held yesterday the , follow-
Find Help inLydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
. Wlnr.tiMti I i.d " Vaiif Hnnf Are
told me that they could never make
me regular, ana
that I would etent
ually have dropsy.
I .would bloat, and
and cliilla, and I
could not' sleep
nights. Mr mother
wrote to Mrs. rink
I began to take
v tret a hi a f!nm.
pound. After taking one and one.
fi kAtl nt K f'Amnntinrl. I am all
right again, and I recommend It to
every S'HTennjr woman. ku hai
1xal, Winchester, Ind.
Hundreds of such letters from pins
and mothers expressing their gratitude
for what Lydla E. linkham's Vege
table Compouud has aceomplighed for
them have bran received by The Lydla
E. FinkuamMedieiao Company, Lynn,
MGirls whe are troubled with painful
or Irregular periods, backache, head
ache, drag ginz-down sensations. faint
Ins; spells or Indigestion, should take
immediate action to ward off the seri
ous consequences and be restored to
health by Lydla K. JMnkham's Vege
table Compound. Thousands hare been
restored to health by its use.
If you would like special rtdric
gvbont tout case) write a confident
tisvl letter to Mrs. Pinkham. at
Lynn. Mas, ner aavico im jree.
Ins? officers were elected: R. H. Ha n kill.
president; Q. 11 Simon, secretary; C M.
Brown, treasurer., E. C. Rodwell was ap
pointed trustee to fill the vacancy caused
by the resignation of A. V. Terry. A. B.
Thorndlke, B. C. Rod wen and Q. Ell
Simon constitute the committee on grounds
and building and R. H. Rankin and O. Ell
Hlmoti the committee on fuel and supplies.
Work will soon eommenoe on the sew
brick school building.
Young Man is
Drowned at Lyons
W. B. Harding' Loses Life While
Bathing- in Logan Creek Urs.
Peterson Dies of Wound.
LYONS. Neb,, July WSpeclaD-W. B.
Harding was drowned In Logan oreek,
here, this morning. He Is a young man of
a years or perhaps less and IS supposed
to be an orphan with relatives at Denl
Son, la. He was working here with the
Bell construction gang, and had Been here
only about three days. A cousin has wired
front Denlson that they will make ar
rangements to come after the body. He was
In swimming and his companions could
not swim, so he drowned before help could
Mrs. Anna Cawthorno died recently at
Portland, Ore., and the body arrived here
this morning for burial, which wiU take
plaoe tomorrow, Monday. She used to live
here and has a son here, Carl Cawthorne,
living eaet of town.
Mrs. Btella Peterson, wife of Ray Peter
son, living near Walthlll, the woman who
recently tried to kill herself by cutting
her throat, died from the wound. Her
two little children were taken to the home
of Mr. Joe Peterson who Is their grand
father and who lives Just east ot Lyons-,!
COMMITS SC1CIDO Off TRAIN
Frank Carlson at Iron Moaataln,
mieh., Shoota Himself.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., July l-(Spectal.)
-Frank Carlson of Iron Mountain, Mloh.,
committed suicide yesterday on a Union
Paotflo train just west of North Platte. He
was seen to go Into the toilet room, soon
to reappear and to write a note, then again
to enter the toilet room. Boon thereafter
a sound waa heard by one of the pas
sengers, but waa believed to be an explo
sion of Plntsch gas. When the train was
about to enter North Platte the porter,
gathering up the towels, found the dead
body. He had shot himself In the mouth.
His ticket read for Los Angeles. A note,
written to his wife, asks her to forgive him.
Another letter, In Swedish, Is- supposed
further to explain whatever motive, he had.
The body waa taken off the train at North
News from Kearney.
KEARNEY, Neb., July 18. (Special.)-a.
N. Bradford of Aurora, Neb., was ohosen
by the school board to succeed George N.
Burgert as superintendent or the Kearney
publlo sohools at a meeting of that body
Friday night. Superintendent Burgert re
signed a week ago to accept a position In
tho City National bank.
The republican county convention will
be held In this city on Saturday, July M.
PofUlos are beginning to liven up In this
city and Indications are that there will be
a lively fight this fall.
Bert, and Ouy Fuller, the youngsters who
cajyitd considerable trouble at Central City
last week, were up before Judge Hallowell
Friday and were sentenced to the reform
school In this city.
James Creha, a farmer, living In Bohnelder
township, this county, died Thursday even
ing from the effects of a kick from a mule.
The blow took him In the pit of the
stomach and he lived but a few hours!
Tl.e funeral was held from the Catholic
ohuroh In Schneider Friday afternoon.
The third annual assembly of the Kear
ney Chautauqua association opened In this
city Saturday afternoon. The Indications
are that the gathering will be well at
tended this yean, as advance sales on tea-
son tloketa have been heavy. The associa
tion Is planning the making of a tine per
manent park and have had landscape
here submitting plans.
Anniversary of Fremont Cherrh.
FHttMONT, July IS. (Bpecial.)-The
fortieth anniversary of the founding of the
Baptist church of this elty was observed
by special services today.. The church was
tastefully decorated In white and green
and the musical numbers were rendered'
by a ohorus choir under the charge of A.
F. White and a male quartet. The sermon
this morning waa by Dr. H. F. Jordan of
8'oux Falls, 8. D., a former pastor. The
exercises this afternoon were of a his
torical and reminiscent nature. The prin
cipal address was an Interesting and ex
haustive historical sketch of the ohuroh
by O. W. D. Reynolds, wtio has been clerk
of the church for years and to whose effi
cient servloe as a layman the success Ot
the ohuroh Is largely due. During Its ex
istence the church has had many pastors,
who were called to larger fields and higher
places In the denomination, among them
Itev. K. K. Curry, now In Omaha; Dr. E. F,
Jorden, president of Sioux Falls coUege,
SIoaix Falls, 8. D., and Rev. T. L. Ket-
man of the Baptist Publication society,
The church parsonage was built In 1888 and
adjoins the church. This evening Rev. T.
L Kelman occupied the pulpit.
Remarkable Caae of Identification.
CHICAGO, July 18. (Speclal.)-Chlcago 4
Northwestern trainmen are discussing the
remarkable case of the identification last
Thursday ot the body of the unknown
man killed on the tracks of the road five
miles east of Fulton on June 27 as A. W
Dutton of Oakland. Neb., by his brothen
William Dutton, editor of an Oakland
newspaper. It waa while looking through
the exchanges for interesting news stories
that Mr. Dutton first became acquainted
with the facts of the killing of his brother
and from the newspaper description of the
body waa certain that the body waa that
of his brother, and went at once to Fulton.
Identification was established beyond a
doubt by a bullet wound In one foot, which
was received by the dead man In the
Philippine campaign. Dutton was a printer
and given to wandering about the country
from time to time.
Blockade en Barllagtoa.
TECCMSEH, Neb., July IS. (Special.)
The Burlington had a blockade oa
the main line from 8t. Louis to
Portland yesterday afternoon at Hick
man, this state. Fast freight No.
lutt. which was running from Table Rook
to Lincoln, was funning through the town
of Hickman not expecting to make a stop,
when eight car left the track and four
ot them were completely demolished. This
happened shortly before noon and the
wrecker was sent out from Lincoln. The
track waa not cleared until I o'clook la
the evening. No one waa Injured.
Death from Blood Poison
was prevented by O. W. Cloyd, Plunk.
Mo., who healed his dangerous wound with
Bucklen's Arnlra Salve. Be. Sold by
Beaton - Drug Oa - -
COUNTY CANDIDATES FILING
Democrats in Johnson Are Unable to
LCNQ LIST IN GAGE CQUSTY
Her Iteoobllemna Greatly Oataaaiber
the Utmeerats Heporta from
FU-aore, Caae and Other
"TKCUM8H:M, Neb.. July H-KSpeciaJ.)-Although
the republican have had candi
date for all the county effioes in Johnson
county for some time, the democrats filled
but a small per cent of the office up to the
last day of filing, and finally were not
able to get anyone, to make the race for
eounty Judge. Most ot the other places
were filled at the last moment, the county
offloers being obliged to oom down to their
of floes after supper to make twe or three
of the filings. As the candidate now stand
the lineup is as follows:
Republican For county treasurer, J, Q.
Burress and W. C. Red field of Tecumseh,
and H, N. Llbby of Elk Creek. For county
clerk. U D. Spence of Crab Orchard. For
sheriff, Eugene Roberts of Tecumseh and
A. W. Case of Sterling. For superintend
ent of public Instruction, M. H. Carman of
Cook. For county Judge, James Livingston
of Sterling. For commissioner. Grant Buer-
stetta, Oeorge Ernst and Luther Mattox of
Democrat For treasurer, C. C. Ellis, of
Sterling. For clerk, Henry Hints of BL
Mary. For sheriff,, H. U. Miner and Harry
Berry of Tecumseh, and A. H. Borland ot
Sterling. For superintendent of public In
struction. Miss Josephine Moberly of Ster
ling. For commissioner, E. H. Grist ot Te
The demoorata are having a little trouble
In their own camp on the candidates for
sheriff. Mr. Miner Is the present Incumb
ent and has his following, while there Is
an antl-Mlner faotlon which Is pushing Mr.
Berry. Leading politicians have been at
work In ah endeavor to get Mr. Berry to
pull out of the race In the Interests of Mr.
Miner, but the Berry faction 1 contrary
and will not do it.
On a County,
BEATRICE, Neb., July UWSpecIal.)-
Testerday waa the last day for candidates
to file and a large number availed them
selves of the opportunity to get In the
bandwagon tor the republican primaries
to be held here August 17.
Following Is a list of those who filed:
County Clerk Republicans, J. C. Penrod,
8. H. Avey, B. E. Drummond, William At
water; demoorata, J. W. McKtsslck, F. W.
Treasurer Republicans, E. L. Hevelonn,
C. F. A. Bart ling; democrat. Perry tt.
Register of Deeds Republicans, C. B.
Hensley, W. 8. Tllton, E. W. Starlln, W.
W. Lawson; democrats, Thomas E. Stew
art, G. T. Reynolds.
Sheriff Republicans, J. T. Moore, J. I
Schick, 8. B. Moore, M. D. Griffin; demo
crats, Lee Galloway, J. A. Wiggins.
Coroner Republicans, J. Q. Reed, Dr. I,
Q. Wlmsett, Dr. J. Lewi Webb.
Superintendent of Schools Republicans,
Jessie B. Pyrtle, Mlnnl F. Davis, M. W.
Surveyor Democrat, A. J. Petho'ud.
Judge Republicans, H. D. Walden, F. E.
Bourne; democrat, M. W, Terry.
Supervisors, Second District Republican,
9. W. Brown; democrat, J, R. Montgomery.
Third and Fourth Districts Republican,
W. B. Knouse; democrat. J. S. McCleery.
Fifth District-Republican, J. W. Marples.
Sixth District Republican, John Taylor;
democrat, George W. Campbell.
PLATT8MOUTH. Neb.. July M.-(8pe-
cial.) The following named persons have
filed their applications for the several
office with County Clerk Rosencram:
Miss Mary E. Foster, Plattsmouth, demo
crat, for county superintendent of publlo
Instruction; A. J. Wlckland, Greenwood,
republican, for county superintendent ot
public Instruction; E. B. Odell, South Bend,
republican, for county superintendent of
publlo Instruction; John Gerry Stark, Elm
wood, republican, for county treasurer;
Frank E. Bchlater, Plattsmouth, democrat,
for county treasurer; A. J. Beeson, Platts
mouth, republican, for county Judge; M.
Archer, Plattsmouth, democrat, for county
Judge; Oeorge Lusohtnsky, Plattsmouth,
republican, for county clerk; D. C, Morgan,
Plattsmouth, democrat, for eounty clerk;
E. E. Hilton, Plattsmouth, republican, for
register of deeds; L. H. Daft, Greenwood,
republican, for register of deeds; C. D.
Qutnton, Plattsmouth, republican, ' for
sheriff; Ed S, Tutt, Plattsmouth, democrat,
for sheriff; M. U Frledrlch, plattsmouth,
republican, for eounty commissioner,
First distrlot; George P. Mehilnger, demo
crat, for county commissioner, First dis
trict; P. E. Ruffner and A. D. Despaln,
both democrats, for assessor ot Platts
mouth. Fillmore Coanty.
GENEVA, Neb., July 18. (Special.) Tha
following candidates have filed for nom
ination for the county offices, subject to
the choice of their parties at the primaries I
County Clerk U. L. Stanard, for re-elec
tion, republican; Alfred Rosenqulst, demo
Treasurer William D. Russell, republi
can; V. H. MeKeon, democrat; John P.
Sheriff Thomas Hamler, democrat;
Frank B. Ashton, democrat; James
Krejdle, democrat; P. D. Wela. democrat;
John H. MoPherson, republloan.
Judge W. K. Fulton, for re-election, re
Superintendent of Publlo Instruction B.
H. lluksman, republican; J. E. Gray, demo
rillmorej Keonalleaa Delegate.
GENEVA, Neb.. July 18. (Special.)-The
following were chosen as delegate at the
county convention yesterday to attend the
state oenventloni Dr. O. P. Baker, J. C.
Wilson, Clark Robinson, G. A. Perkins,
C. II. Sloan. Andrew Linn, Henry Hook.
W. IL. Lee, E. E. Wheeler. E. E. Duncan,
Ralph Stowell, R. A. Matteaon and Jams
Cheataeaaa at Taeaaaseh.
TECUMSEH, Neb., July 18. (Special.)
The third annual Tecumseh Chautauqua
Will be held from July SO to August 8,
Inclvslve. The program Includes an array
of some of th best Chautauqua talent
that can be secured, together with an
abundance of music The Johnson county
irh.r- Institute will be held In connec
tion with the assembly, ThU -Chautauqua
I on ot th few In th tU which l not
operated by lyoeum bureau and which 1
not run with th object of flnanolal gain.
It I conducted by a company of Tecumseh
buainea men, th detail being in th
h.itt of a home board of manager. It I
non-political and noo-otarln and 1
operated wholly In the Interests ot in
people of thl community. Th manage
ment I anticipating a ucoeaaful aaeembly.
Baals Wa Par.
BLUE HILL, Neb.. July H.-(8peclU
U. Wallaoa ha received a check for Sis
from the stste of Ohio In payment tor
service rendered during the rebellion. It
Is for a month's wages voted by the legis
lature of the state of Ohio.
Nebraska Netra Notes.
ELt'E IHLly One of the stste pure food
Inspectors was In Wue Hill this week
visit i s all the business places where foods
IIASTINGS-Chalrmen J. P. A. Black
has Issued a call for a county republican
convention July 14. for the purpose of
selecting delegates to the state convention.
BLUE Mll.lv A work train and several
work games have been busy flxin up th
traok on the line between hero and Moid
rege. New bridges are beinv put In and
oomlde.-able concrete work done.
HASTIN"Oft Marc H. Rawson. a travel
ing man well known throughout Ncbrnska,
died of apPlfxy at Lakeside. Cherry
county. Nebraska, last Wednesday night.
The funeral was oonducted from the fam
ily home here this afternoon at 4:10.
TECUMSEH Conditions on the farm are
much Improved In Johnson county. The
wheat harvest Is nearly over and farmers
are cutting the oats and hay. The fields
have dried out and the machines ar
operattd with less difficulty. The stand of
oom Is the best In years.
TECl'MS EH At a business meeting of
the Tecumseh Library board the following
o'flcers were elected for the coming year:
President. Frank Dafoe; vice president.
Mrs. C. W. Pool; secretary, Mrs. C. M.
Shaw; treasurer, Mrs. 8. W. Thurber; li
brarian, Mrs. Mary Appelget.
HASTINGS D. M. McElhlnney, former
mayor of Hastings, who was seriously
stricken with apoplexy In California three
weeks ago, Is improving satisfactorily and
probably will be able to leave his bed In
about a month. For a time It was thought
he would not survive the attack.
TECUMSEH J. F. Halderman. formerly
In the banking business at Burchard, but
more recently a state bank examiner, ha
bought an Interest In the Iola Ice and
Storage company ot Iola, Kan., and Is
moving his family to the Kansas town.
Mr. Halderman wilt have the management
of the company referred to.
HAIL CLERK HELD FOR THEFT
(Continued from First Page.)
remittances running ' from TS cent to a
couple of dollar, several weeks ago. The
leak could not be located for some time.
Suspicion was finally directed toward Shaw
from his habit of watching askance while
distributing his mail, and the two decoy
letters were placed In the mall Saturday
night and followed until they fell Into his
hands, as It was expected they would do.
The postofflce Inspectors are now satis
fied that they have broken up tha theft
In th Omaha office and have gone away.
This I the first theft of letter that ha
occurred among the mailing clerk since
th Omaha postofflce ha been located In
the new building.
Shaw' will be arraigned for hearing be
fore United States Commissioner Anderson
at 10 o'clock this morning.
The maximum penalty, for the crime is
five years' imprisonment In the peni
tentiary. Th utmost credit 1 given Inspector
Grogan and Frayser for the apprehension
of Bhaw by Postmaster Thomas and Assist
ant Postmaster Woodard. Both of these
Officer rendered valuable service during
the Overland Limited mall robbery In
vestigations recently, while attending to
their local duties at the same-time, and
are regarded as among the most efficient
inspectors In the publlo service.
Tennis Tourney at Pera.
PERU, Neb., July 18. (Special.) Friday'
?lay In the tennl tournament resulted a
ollows: Harris defeated Barackman in
straight seta, 6-2, 9-i; Stoddard defeated
Spafford, 6-3, 6-3; Jackson defeated Moore,
1-6, 6-4, 10-6; MoAdaras defeated Jennings,
-, 6-1; Weber defeated Whitney, 6-1 6-1;
Hanna defeated Lemon, 6-0. 6-0; Meyer de
feated Wymer, 6-0. 6-0; ' Stoddard defeated
Sherer, 6-0. 10-8; Yaritk defeated Harris.
Seely defeated Patltt, 6-0, 6-L Lee defeated
Jackson, 6-0, 7-6, Hanna defeated Yanlke,
6-3, 6-0; Seely defeated Forsyth, 6-3, 6-3;
Stoddard defeated Seely, 6-3, 6-L
Victor Wis at Herman.
The Victor of Omaha won from Herman
at Herman Saturday by the score of 11
to S. The Herman team started out last,
but the Victor evened up matter In the
sixth and won th game In the ninth by
getting five runs.
Dyne struck out twelve men and the bat
ting ot Murphy, McQuade and Grossman
of the Victors was noteworthy. Score i
Victors 0 1 0 1 0 4 6 6-41
Herman 0 1I04000O-8
Batteries: Victors. Dyke and MoQuade:
Herman, Greenslater and Rasellk. Umpire:
Ready for Fremont Race.
FREMONT, Neb.. July . (Special.)
There are about ISO horses at the race
track being worked out for the summer
meet, which begins Tuesday. Most of the
entries at Tekamah were brought over
nere. The tracie, wnicn has been heavy.
owing to excesslv rains, Is coming Into
good shape. The management looks for
good crowds each day and fine racing. As
usual, secretary jn. j. Konin nas ail ne can
do looking after the details.
Plattsmouth Win Game.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb.. July 18. (Sdc
clal.) The Sa-Rl-Co base ball team ot Ne
braska City met defeat by the home team
nere yesterday by the score ol 10 to a
Plattsmouth t 1 1 3 0 0 4 010
Ba-Ri-co s o e e o o 1-1
Batteries: Plattsmouth. Mason and
Mann; 6a-Rl-Co. White and Baker.
Bender Win for Ransrer.
Th Ranger defeated the Brodegaard
Crown by th score of 6 to 1 The game
waa fast and well played. Bander pitched
great ball for the Rangers, allowing tour
From the time you
light it to the mo
ment the butt end
burns you, the
proves itself Ki"g of
all ten cent cigars.
A properly cured
Havana filler and
1 account for its hne
bouquet and its
Ask your c!ar man.
Cha;. Donevtn Cigar C.
Oauas, Hit-, SleuOtyJewe,
Lataer zci 15c
hits ar.d mr'.klt J- out e:pht. Mitchell In
left fit-Id fr me t'io., c epi.-d t
chances, snmr of vmloii were - rt fiicu'l.
Hart, SlgCrt and C. l!niilton, all now
Rangers, played p',nil ball in tn.-lr r.sp-c
live positions. Plrkrtt. lnr:ncrly munug-'r
of the Rangers, has rts:t.iud in fa. or o.'
Harold Dender. Next Sunday Karnes ari
scheduled with the firemen and the Siorj
Corona. Score: H.H.Ii.
Crown 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 03 4 S
Ranger 1 H U I 0 1 Mil 1
Batterle: Rangers, Bender and Over
man. Brodegaard Crowns, Beck, Lemlcy
MOTOR CYCLIC .RACE RESULTS
W. Bell Wins Foar Events at Coart
land Beach Sunday.
W. Pell won four motorcycle race Sun
day afternoon at the Courtland Reach
trark. making a clean sweep of all the
races he entered. Rert Totter wa referee
of the rat-es and he ran them off with
Itrrat creUlt to himself and to the delight
of the spectators. The time made In the,
d.f.'rren. even, was considered fawt for
a slow, ha f-m,le track, and the club is
well pleased with the results.
The Omaha Bicycle company and the,
Nebraska Cycl- romreriy ere the only
entries In the dealers' race and each en
terd three fa-t i ao Incs The r.ic wi
a hummer, both for time and enthusiasm.
The Omaha took 13 po n'. end t :e No
brs.sk 20 points In the ten-mile evi-nt.
Following is a list or the rc s, wltii the
winners ard time mnde:
Fiist race, one-iotirt,i mile, for boys un
der 14 years: Flescher won, Kaline second,
Second' race, three-mile motorcycle, for
ebaln-drlven machines (2H to 34 h. p.):
W. E. Dewey (Indian) won, C. Rosenberg
(Indian) second, C. Micltel (Thor) third.
Third race, five-mile motorcycle, belt
drlvert machines: Bell (Harley-PavMson)
won. Rates (Excelsior) second. Kin Kenny
(Excelsior) third, Flescher (Merkel) third.
Fourth race, mile, bicycle, boys 18 years:
V. Flescher won, P, Halterman second, A.
Fifth race, motorcycle, five-mile open,
single cylinder: W. Reil (Harley-Davld-son)
won, W. E. Pewev (Indian) second,
R. Bates (Excelsior) third, T. Berohal
(Thor) fourth. Time: 0:46.
Sixth race, mile bicycle: O. Delaney
won, V. Flescher second. F. Boyd third.
Seventh race, motornvele. five-mile ooen.
I private owners' novice, single cylinder:
V. ltosenberrv (Indian) won, A. wester
guard (Merkel) second. A slight mix-up
caused other riders to quit Defore the
finish. Time: 7-144.
Eighth race, motorcycle, five-mile open,
twin cylinder: W. Bell (Indian) won, W.
H. Dewey (Jndian) second, L. Lytle (In
dian) third. Time: 6:35.
Ninth race, motorcycle, ten miles; deal
ers team race: Omaha Blrycle, company
team. W. Bell (Harley-Pavldson) first, W.
E. Dewey (Indian) second, C. Rosenberry
(Indian) third. Team ecored 6 points.
Nebraska Cycle company team, C. Mlckel
(Thor) fourth, R. Bates (R. 8.) fifth. T.
Berchal (Kxcelslor) did not finish. Team
scored SO points. Time: 13:S1.
A, Nine Beaten for Second Tim
The Benson Eagles defeated for the eeo-
ond time the L.-O. -A. Originals by th
score of 0 to 6. Benson won by playing
better ball and harder hitting. McDonald
carried off the honors, he having fifteen
putouts, two assists and three singles and
a two-base hit. Coe allowed no stolen
bases and he cot two elncles and a two-
Sunday the Benson Eagles play the Out
laws of Council Bluffs at the Benson park.
BONBON BAOUBS. fc.-0.-A. CfRIOTNAtS.
McDonald, lb 4 I 16 3 0 rwr. If I I 0 0 6
Kuctrs. ...! 114 6 Twler, lb... 6 I I 10
C. Cos. e.... 4 I! 0 Whitney, rf.. 4 1 1 1 0
DurkM, lb.... 4 I 1 3 1 nibsnn. ef. .. 4 6 4
Oordr. If I 1 0 Potifhtrtr. 40110
McOoiran, rf. I i 0 0 Mtnlkua, lb. M 1 M
Bildwln, ef.. i 0 i 6 Wuhl, lb 4 110 6
Lthr, 3b 4 A 4 4 1 ei.lr. 4 1 I 1 S
0 1 e Bunntll. e
t 0 0 t 0
Tnl.li It M S 1
Totals.... ..IJ II IT 1
Two-base hits: MrDonsM Knr-ern Cnn
Casey at), Lawler. Sacrifice hits: Oordy,
Casey, Bunnall. Bases on balls: Off Jones,
4; off Bunnell, 1. Hit with pitched ball: By
vones, 1; oy Bunnell, 1. mrucK out: kly
Jones, I; by Read, t; by Bunnell, 6. Reed
waa hit by pitched ball and was forced to
retire In third.
TOWNSENOS LOSK TO AMERICANS
Are Outplayed Throughout and
- . Victor Steal at Will.
The American lambasted the Townacnd
at Benson, 10 to 4. Th Townsend were
outplayed at all stages of the game, hav
ing twelve stolen bases against them.. Els
en hart was driven from the slab In the
sixth Inning. Denny got four hits out of
five times up. Spore:
AB.H O A E. AB.H.O.A.B.
Collins, lb... 4 I 0 0 0 Kill, ( 0 I 1 I
Farley, lb..,. 1 11) I I Blflow, If... 4 4 4 10
Bapp, Zk 1 U Hull, II) 110 0
Foi. ri 4 1 1 0 1 Whltn.y, lbp I 1 i i 6
Vrttn, It. ... I 4 1 6 0 DurkM, 8b.. 4 1 0 3 6
Penny, ef.... 6 4 10 Mull.n. rf.... 6 110 1
Smltb, sa...., 4 03 I Qulgley, e.... I 1 I 1
Wllllama, a.. I 1 11 I t Clnr, ef I 1 0 0
BrodbMk, p.. 4 1 0 I 0 Elaanb't, lbp 4 0 4 4 6
ToUla M 11 37 6 3 Totals 37 litn
Americans 1 4 0 0 0 S 0 0 o in
4 1 0 0 Hull, lb I
Townsends 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 34
Two-base hits; Denny (2), Blgelow, Casey,
Mullen. Home run: Farley. Stolen bases!
Americans. It; Townsends, 1 Struck out:
By Brodbeck, 11; by Elsenhart. t
RAMBLERS WIN FROM UOLlftiERS
Fort Orook Lose Pitcher' Battle by
2 to 1 Score.
The South Omaha Rambler won one
mora game by defeating the Sixteenth In
fantry team of Fort Crook by the core
of 3 to 1.
The game waa marked with many fin
plays and was a pitchers' battle from
start to finish.- Hlrsch, tha big southpaw
of the Ramblers, had the better of it,
although Smith for the soldiers pitched a
The Ramblers scored their run In th
first ana third. Up to the sixth Inning
things looked bad for the soldiers, but
they then succeeded in scoring one.
The Ramblers are without a game for
next Sunday and are anxious to book that
date with some fast team. Score: R.H.li.
Rambler 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4-3 7 0
Soldier 0 0000100 0141
Batterle: Ramblers, Hlrsch and Dun;
Soldiers. Smith and Wallers. Struck oViti
By Hlrsch, 13; by Smith, 7. Time: 1:00.
Alamlto Win Thrao Game.
The Alamlto traveled to Kennard Satur
day and won from the horn team by the
core of S to 1 Score: R.H.U.
Alamltos 0 0 0 0 9 0 S 1 16 13 3
Kennard 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 S 03 6 3
Batteries: Alamltos, Kernan and Rob
erts; Kennard, Kingdon and Anderson.
The same team easily defeated the Blair
Clothing company team at Blair by the
score of 8 to o. Score: R.H.E.
Alamlto .1 00800300-8 14 0
Blair 0 00000000-081
Batteries: Alamlto, Cross, Drummy and
Roberts; Hlalr, McDonald and Wolf.
Sunday afternoon they walloped th Home
theater team of Blair by the score of
18 to 0. - Score: R.H.E.
Alamlto 1 1 3 6 1 1 1 0 0-18 30 0
Blair ., 0 00000000-011
' Llttla Missouri Victorious.
- The Little Mlsaourls beat the Hansoom
Parks by the score of 6 to 6. The score:
R. H. B.
Little Missouri 0 1 0 0 8 0 8 0 0-6 10 3
Hantoom Park 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0-6 4 1
Batteries: Little Missouri. Rose and
Whaley; Hanscoiu rarks, Bogatts and
Th Little Mlssourls would like to hear
from out of town. Write C. P. Lowell, iXU
Dodge street, or call Douglas 04.
Athletic Sitra Frlea.
SAN JOSE. Cel., July 13 Charlaa Frlene,
a member of th championship team of
Santa Clara and a former member of the
San Jose state league team, today signed
to play the M0 season with the Philadel
Crawford Defeat Alliance.
ALLIANCE, Neb- July 18. (Special Tel-
8 ram.) Crawford mad It two straight by
if eating Alliance today by the aour ot
11 to 4.
If people with symptoms of kidney or
bladder trouble eould realise their danger
they would without losa of time oommenee
taking Foley1 Kidney Pill. Thl grat
remedy atop th pain and th Irregulari
ties, strengthens and builds up thee rgan
and there I no danger of Bright' dlssas
or other riou disorder. Do not disregard
the early symptom. Bold by all druggist.
DINUZZO PLACEAGA1N RAIDED
Police Make More Arrests for Eight
-O'clock law Violation.
GAIN ENTRANCE BY A COAL HOLE
Officer Blocked for Fnnr Hoar
Sanday Morning; Finally Oct In
ad Arrest Fourteen Ma
Foand la Saloon.
After keeping gurd for four hour ovr
Frank Dlnusso' saloon, Twelfth and
Douglas streets, and making futile .'at
tempts to effect an entrance, a squad ot
police finally got Into the place through
a coal hole shortly after t o'clock Sunday
morning and arrested fourteen men, who
are chnrged With being Inmate of a dis
orderly house, except two colored porter,
held a the keeper of the plaoe.
Men going in and nut of the basement
late Saturday night. were notloed by Offi
cers who hsd been detailed to Watch' TrT
saloon, which was raided th week before,
ninuro being convicted and fined for
violating the 8 o'clock closing law. '
Lieutenant Thomas Hayes and Sergeant
A. L. Slrrwart, with Officer Thrasher,
Kcnnelly, rilgrlrrt nhd Cooper, went to the
place, but found the door locked, and the
Inmates refused to-open the door.
A long vlsll ensued, with th officer
surrounding the saloon, carefully watching
all exits nd trying to-force thelf way In,
while the men Inside held out against th
police and kept' quiet. Finally entrance
was gained through a small Coal hole on
the Twelfth street side of the building and
the six offloers, grimy-faced and with
blackened uniform,' arrested the men they
found In the basement. The report of 'the
raid made by the polloe to their superior
declared that, fully two wagon load of
bottled beer and empty bottle wer found
In the place, there belDg so much that none
was taken to the police station to b held
as evidence. . .. .
Jesse Oreen and Cfeofge Wright, negro
porters, living at 1124 Dodge street and
Thirteenth and Cass streets, respectively,
were found In charge ef the plaoe and
were charged wtlh being th proprietor.
Th other twelve men were charged With
being inmate. AU but three of the men
were later released on bond.
Another raid by the police resulted In th
arrest of three men Sunday. Patrolman
Drisooll arrested Mos Brown. olord, g
th keeper of a disorderly house, and Ed
ward Hoy and Willi Glok, white painter,
a Inmates. 'They wer found In an old
abandoned building In the Third ward and
ar supposed to hav just oocupied It
Sunday. Brown had th key to th plae.
Neither hi addrSs nor tho of th two
whit men wer given whn they wr ar
rested. A Fortnnnt Texas.
E. W. Ooodlo. DallM, Tex., found a
sur our for malaria and btliounss in
Dr. King' New Lit Pills. ZSc Bold by
Beaton Drug Co.
plan touis ur NOW.
Take advantage of the low1 10-day summer
tourist far to New Tork City, Mw Jer
sty sea shore, New England and Canadian
resort In ffot daily via th.
MILWAUKEE it HT. PAt'L
: Folders and Information free. Let u ar
range all th details of yolr ttlp.
City Ticket Offlee4VJ4 Famam ,
pmaha. . ' '
F. A. Nash, Gnral Wrrn Agent.
STRIKE RIOT AT BUTLER, PA
(Continued from First Pag.)
larly late thl afternoon became known
through strike ploketa. An alarm was
ounded throughout tha llttl suburb of
Lyndora, where'the plant of th Standard
Car company I located, and in a few mom
ents thousands of angered strikers and
their sympathisers lined the street. Hoot
and jeer greeted the trooper a they
rl up the main street of the company
settlement Th troops, riding- n four,
paid slight hed.
Trooper Itrsck with Bottle.
Some one In the crowd on 'the sidewalk
threw a beer bottle. It struck Trooper
Haa. An order from the commanding
lieutenant quickly' massed the eonatabu
larly Into riot formation, and with drawn
mace they charged the crowd beating
about with their- riot club. In th mele
Mrs. Esther Paganelli waa pushed through
a plat glass window of a store and se
A member of the mob leveled a revolver
at a trooper. With a swing of his ms.ee,
tbe trooper la said to hav knocked th
gun from th man' band. A the troopw
struck, th gun was. discharged th bullet
passing close to th trooper's head. An
other member of the -mob picked up th
gun, but before the trigger could be pulled
it waa knocked from hi hands add th
man was beaten , to th ground.
Slowly the troopers pleartd the streets
and alleys until the way, was apparently
clear as far a th car company' plant
Marching order again wa formed, but
th trooper had hot ridden twenty yard
before they were rained with bottle, slag,
pieces of board 'and lump of coal thrown
from th top of houses along th narrow
street. The trooper were ordered to
draw and load their gun.
A th trooper advanced th crowd,
who war sheltered III th houses, too to
th street In front of. th trooper. Bring
ing their horse to a trot th constabulary
rod into th mob, firing their weapon
to th ground. Tt wag during thl olaah
that three persons war shot Th striker
used revolver freely, It la reported. Thirty
alleged strlk leaders were placed under
arrest by tha constabulary after th clash
and turned over to th local authorities
for safe keeping.
Priest Against Violence.
Following th arrival and housing; of th
trooper at th car plant, th striker gath
ered on a hill weat of the plant yard and
held an Impromptu meeting, They were
addressed by Father Baelvla of the Lyn
dora Cathollo church, who advised against
violence and bloodshed.
Addressing Sheriff Caldwell, who atood
gt th dg of the crowd, Father Brectvla
said: "If you will take these troop away,
I will guarantee there will be no further
The sheriff stated h had been requested
to send for the troops by the ear com
pany official a an attempt would b
mad tomorrow to operate th car plant
Following th meeting of th strikers on
Big Boat IS
on the Steamer City pf Peoria, 2 floors, Sunday afternoons, J: 30 sharp,
returning; 1:10 p. m. Two trips ter7 evening; to dancing barge, 7:46 ap4
8:45 P. M. Tickets, ''all points. I So. Bring; your families. Best of order
maintained. Special low rate to churches, lodges and goeletle tor day
ezcurson. Boat landing and office Joot of Douglas street TeL Doug. 2934.
th bill 4olt was restored, th striking
men going t their horn for th night
Th constabulary established ouerterS in.
sl.i ih car company' plant, sleeping on
The Standard Steel Car company offi
cial ated tonight that thy did not recog
nise the trlk of th men In any way.
"We 111 not arbltraU the matter." Said
General mnsr Allman tonight. "Tho
who wish can return to work tomorroWi a
w Intend to resume operation at thst
Witnesses Against Man Charged with
'Harder in Cherry Count 1a
1884 Are Dead.
STEVENSON. Wash., July 18. (Special
Telegram.) Prosper Marlon, held ten days
In the county Jail her on suspicion that
h I th man who killed John Murphy
In Cherry county, Nebraska, in 18K4, waa
released last night on telegraphto lntruo
tlon ffom . th sheriff of Cherry county,
who say the chief wltnes against th ac
cused man la now dead.
Marlon wa arrested her July 8, after he
had been Identified by Dr. Harrl and
Harry Bcard, two former Nebraska poo
nl. Dr. Harrl. who was oroner In
i Cherry county, Nebraska, at th Urn Mur
' phy wo murdered, ay that Marlon oon
'fessed to the crime to a man'who ba
I since died. A th dead man was th
Ktat' chief witness. It I believed now
that oonviotion would be Impossible.
Plattsmouth Pastor nealgaa, '
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb.. July 18,-(8p-cial.)
In th First Presbyterian ohuroh In
this city today, Rv. J. H. Salsbury, who
haa been the able pastor for three years,
tendered his resignation, which wa ac
cepted by th members of th church With
much regret Rev. Mr. Salsbury haa ac
cepted a call to the Presbyterian ohuroh, in
Auburn and will assume tho duties Au
gust L '
A Horrible Death .
result from decaying lung. Cur ..coughs
and weak sor lung with Dr. KlWi New
Dlsoovery. SOo and SLOO. Sold br Beaton
Drug Co. -.
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, .OinelnnaU. '
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, ,,Prlnw Ireae,
,, Lapland, j
.Virginian ,,. Crthlnlaa,
In th SJbopptaf
. Uti aat aSeOe.
K&ns&s City. Mo.
' Iri th SAopplBf District,
Wear all tt Theater.
BOO SSsaatifiU Aeon.
100 mat Bath.
Bet and cold water la all gooattv
Saoioua lobby, parlor,
lapboa ta ve-y room,
lautuul Cafe, erfet Cttlalaa,
$1 to $2.50 Per Day
' Bnrepeaa Haa.
KUPPER-BENSON HOTEL CO.
. r, a sunosr, as,
JenQUlET and CLEAII.
THE ' BOSTON LUNCH
At 1812 Fanuam 1400 Douglas
lg quirt and clean and serve tbe I
best food. '
... - Always Ovea.
lfllg remain. 10 Boxtglaa
Omaha vs Denver
JULY 19, SO, 21, 22.
Vinton Street Park
Monday, July lL-ai amy
Game Called 8iS.'
Boyd's, the Cool Theater
SVJ1BY OAT AJSD SnOXT.
rarformance. I o'cloca to 8.
Performance, t o'clock t tt.
-rum sxLavr d&ajca
' positively tbe best moving ploture
Sxhlbltlon In the elty theater cool
nd absolutely fireproof. Monla
fiamable films used,
Sfrtco, lOo Cblldren Aeeompaaled fey
Omaba'e Only una novelty,
Billy Jones, Th Kaltner.
Daisy Higglaa, Billy J. Meyer,
Pipe Or an. Moving Plotare.
Illustrated Bongs. Tfea
New Know Thursday. M.3Z
HILLM AN STOCK CQ.
P.'.- "Oaaar ol tbe Pawn Shoo
siil Week 1a th sowr of tbe
Admission, 10 and BO. -
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