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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER. 23, 1009.
James J.. Jeffries Returns Apparently in Fine Condition and Says He is Ready to Meet Johnson
. : lJL , . ' . . 1 .
JLF READY FOR, THE FIGHT
Ex-Boilernfaker in Fine Shape from
simrEisE" spauso on teiends
'I , '
Step Iron tlnimtr AImmI la Condi
tion to riBhi-iwin o-
eratlon Performed for
NEW I"ORK. Oct. a.-Jinwt J. Jeffries
has come .back ,from his .European trip
ready and fit. It. Is believed, to fight Jack
Johnson for be -heavywe'lfrht championship
of th world. In the environs of Carlsbad,
Rohemla, the one-time hillermaker Is "as
serted to have trained for the flfht wlth
" out telllnn his" friends what he was doing.
. When Jeffries .walked , down the gang
plank of . the steamship Luaitania, which
arrive: today, he,' looked as If h was In
flghttng trim. -His solid hulk of frame was
without, superfluous, . flesh . and his , com
plexion was clear.' Farri Berger. his spar
ring 'partner,' nd also a host of admirers
at the dock appeared surprised at the phy
sical condition of the retired champion.. .
."NoVm ready to, fight Johnson tomor
row," said the big fellow, "and the sooner
the articles are signed the better. I ll live '
tip o , the , Bergef . agreement, but - as to
details they can take care of themselves."
"What about Johnson?" was asked.
Jeffries' brown eyes snapped- as he re
plied: "I care not about Johnson. That
negro ha made more noise' and done less
than any man I know." ,
Jeffries told' how he had brought him
self Into fighting condition, but he was a
little reticent about his weight.
. "How'rtt Tips 'Beam.
"I weighed under 220 pounds at Carls
bad," began Jeffries slowly, "and the last
time I jumped on the scales It - was In
, rrance 1 tipped the beam at 228 pounds,
but you can't get me on the scales now
"How did I get Into shape? It seems the
newspaper men always have me with a lot
of fat' on my body, I did not have much
when I went away and I have not any
To emphasize the point, Jeffrie showed
a. substantial part of his vest in his hand
to ' show how. small his ' waist Una had
"Now at Carlsbad I did three miles
every, morning," continued the former
champion, "and In the afternoon I put In
my time In the gymnasium. The Germans
thought t was crazy when they saw me
running along the highways. - -
"I did some mora work In France and
trained at a place just out of Paris. I had
to look at the address on a card evef
time I went, out .there to work. The
Trench are crasy over fighting and I saw
aoine bouts there. I also took In some of
the exhibition at .the National Sporting
club at London, but their advertised heavy
weight contests are nothing more than
middleweight affair. I have done no box
ing while abroad." ;
Operation o Ilia Nose. i
Jeffries saM he would undergo an opera
tion on his nose In a few days while In this
city. ."I would have had It done in Carls
bad, but they told me there that the doc
tors here could do lit Just a well and
again the prices they 'wanted were some
thing fearful. My nose la broken and It
Interferes with my breathing." ,
Jeffrie raid he had talked to no one
while abroad about his fight with John
son and denied he had said that he wanted
a purse of IflSo.OOO for' the mill. Mr. Jef
fries accompanied her husband on the trip
and spent ' tome time at her home In
Kaxe-Melntngcn. ' Jeffries" probably will
meet Johnson and his manager In this city
early next week, when the final' articles
for the fight will be signed.'
Last--August in Chicago" Sam Berger,' for
Jeffries, signed a preliminary agreement
with Johnson for a contest , of "any where
from twenty to 100 rounds before the club
, offering the largest purse, which was to
be divided on any terms made by Jeffrie.
The agreement provided that the , fight
should take 'place ,wlth six month after
the signing of articles.
The retired champion said he had heard
In Paris' that Sam McVeigh In his contest
with Joe Jeanette In that city had really
won the fight and It had been fixed for
Jeanette to win.. Jeffries added that Mc
Veigh Va only a right handed fighter and
would have little chance with Johnson.
"You want a left hand to fight Johnson,"
adiled Jeffrie as he walked away to Join
an admiring crowd of friends on the pier.
SKVEXTEI!V MB TO LINCOLN
Hawkey Leave for Capital to Play
t'orsksikn. - - -
' IOWA CITY. Ia.. Oct 22.-Speclal-Juwa
foot ball, team left thts morning
lor Lincoln over the nock Island to play
the lornhusker tomorrow In the first bis
contest for the Hawkeyea In Missouri val
ley foot ball.
.hley.e.tn,.pla'r" nr "" Besides
U. ;rlffith, Asili.tnt Coaches Morey Kby
rrea juoore ana Irving Hastings; Trainers
if ,'.L . . ""'". manager Martin II,
Smith and Dean W. J. Teeters, the ath
letic -board s representative.
Only a- light slxnal practice was held
yesterday afternoon, and the sou ad went
into tne gymnasium early to prepare for
. """ nri, i in nurKley Imperial
hotel by the board In control of athletics.
juneau oi a not nail mn.t . v. -
dinner was decided upon as the proper
sendoff ofter a special . request from the
coaching staff, which Is not In favor of
mass meetings until the team shows Its
That Iowa will slightly outweigh the
Cornhuskers Is the story told by the com
parison of the weights sent out from Lin
coln and the local figure. Nebraska
velRhs 171 pounds, as compared with 174
rourds on the Hankeye side. The Ne
braska backs average 101 pounds while
the locals tip the beam at 164. However
the Nebraska line Is heavier than that
of the lorul eleven, having a general aver
aae of ISi pounds, with Iowa two pounds
, lu the Iowa lineup the familiar faces
of Quarterback Stewart and Fullback
- Hasard wi:i be mlvslns-. Both are out of
he Mine perhaps permanently, through
lnl'Tle sustained last year and In the
-arly sanies. In their places will be found
Fee. last year a regular halfback when
Kirk i knocked out, and Murphy the
halfback who steady, consistent work
' ras been a ffhture of the play of the
towa team to far this season. Fee" will
be at quarter and Murphy at fullback.
The men who will make the trip are
Centers. TPrln. Callendar. Comlv: guards
Hanson. Brit Hull: tackles Captain Orosa!
r.ret. Alexander: ends. Hvland. Hanlnn.
Vrenskv; quarterback. Fee: halfbacks.
CnMlns Dyer; fullbacks. Murnhy. Wright
The Iowa team win make Its headqusr
r at the Hotel Rnval when In T ihn.,l
The student delegation of rooters leave
tonlsht. arriving In Lincoln early BatuMav
omln. The team return to Iowa Cltv
Fa'i-rday niebt. arriving here at t o'clock
Ida Grove to Meet Dealaoa.
IDA GROVP. Ia.. Oct. It - Special. Ida
Crov meets Derlson High Saturday, one
of the strongest team In north t Iowa
-r te lat hard practice game before the
b contest In TVs Moines on Friday of
rext "ek w1h Fast High. Ida Orove had
a hard tin defeating tenlson. It to last
year, and as they have a team of vet
erans there this year a rinse score s
loke for. ,lohnton at tackle and Fobes
at end are on the hovoltal list and will
ot olv agatnst Denlson. being saved
n fo" Fat High. Conch Pchlaefer has
been driving the team through hard ora
tlc this week and the call has been for
mor Bfieed. As Ma Orove ha alwavs
found to be the rajM tn arranging games
with team thiil really belon- In Class A,
there has been no trouble at all In arranging-
for the Ida-Fast lllfth awrne iext
weeK, and arrangements are ahout com
plete. Lieutenant Heaver, and Harry Co--seshall
will be the offli-lals. The Ida team
will leave here Thursday noon, rearhln
Pea Mot nee the nlirht before the rme.
Iaef year the team stopped over nlirht
In Hoone and went Into Iea Molnea on
the Interurban the morning; of the same
with West Hiith. but thla year they will
come Into les Moines the nlirht before.
The Kast Hlfh same t looked upon here
a the crucial test of the year. Council
It hi Ms has ashed to- be released from the
November 30 date, and that game has been
cancelled and the date offered to Lincoln
High, either here or there, as they choose.
DOtSR .VICTOR AT ORAJID ISLAND
High Willi Mar Many of the Flay
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Oct. 22. -(Special
Telegram.) High wind this afternoon
freatly marred the foot ball game between
one and Orand Island colleges In the
state Intercollegiate contest, which resulted
In a score of 1 to 0, In favor of Doane.
The visitor 'had the best of It at every
stage of - the game. Doane was heavier
and Its team work was better. The locals
expected to use the forward pass to ad
vantage, but the wind prevented this. In
the first half of twenty-five minutes Doane
kicked against the wind to the locals, who
soon were forced to punt. After fifteen
minutes of play Doane made a touchdown,
mostly by line smashes. The locals kicked
against the wind to Doane, who by a for
ward pass and line smashes made another
touchdown. No goal was kicked In this
In the second half the locals kicked to
Doane and the visitors were forced to punt.
The ball was kicked back and forth con
tinually until five minutes before the last
half, when Doane made good gains by the
forward pass and made another touhhdown
and kicked goal. Final score, 1 to 0.
noibert and Wllkerson played a star
erne for Doane and Kellenbarger and
wanson for Orand Island. Four players
were put out of the game, but none seri
Wilkanma Q R.
Holbert R H.
Wledhabar p. B.
C Btanler. Sutherland
nit . Human
q R F. Sutherland
Grand Island and Hastlnen Hlirh schools
played a stubborn game of foot ball this
afternoon, which the locals won by the
score of 7 to 0. Th continual kicking of
ine nan on account or the high wind was
a feature of the game. In the first half
Ryder of the locals- scored a touchdown
after securing and punting the ball and
making a run of twenty-five yards. In
the seoond half a safety was made by the
locals, giving them two more. None In
jured. WITH THE BOWLERS.
The Sea Dog won all three game from
the Day Mailing last night on the Metropoli
tan basement alley. Lough had all high
honor for the evening, with 614 for totals,
and 191 for high alngle. game. Score:
1st 2d. 2d. Total.
162 173 174 m
1W m 173 614
... HI 131 20J
462 625 478 1,465
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
147 181 141 4,1
113 133 ltfl 407
160 1G1 131 442
410 477 433 1,3.10
Chabot bhoe company team actually 'won
two gamea from the Drelbu Candy com
pany team. Stafford got high alngle game,
with 2li4. H. Prlmeau got hla-h total, with
I1'. 'i'ne "'bu Candy team attribute
wicir ueieai io- uie nonarrlval of their new
shlrta. Tonight la an off night for the
Commercial league. Score: -
CHABOT SHOE CO.
1st. 2d. 8d. Total.
ti 150 204 640
17 li 167 ' SO0
13L 176 1K2 6
196 l!l 105 M
140 127 1 463
881 820 907 2.00b
DREIBUS CANDY CO.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Prlmeau, C 141
Stafford. -. 224
Dranos . isa
Prlmeau, H l2
Totals 867 888 879 2.601
Tire West Sides Won two games from
tire Holly last night on the basement
alley. . Byrne had the honor for totals
with 466 and Roche with 183 for high
single game. Tonight French Way and
Hotel Loyal Jewelers. Score:
. WEST SIDES.
, 1st. 2d. 2d.
Sander 135 L9 129
Myrno 171 15 139
Howley -. 163 ' 118 174
! Totals 469 463 442
. 1st. 2d. 3d.
Bell 139 140 162
hoche i 121 ' 152 183
Straw , 135 118 129
Totals 395 410 464
1st. 2d. 3d.
Bruggeman 163 U6 146
Klce 178 158 207
Fagan 188 137 169
Falconvr 123 HI 140
Yousen 2U9 207 189
, Total 861 798 870
, WEST SIDES.
1st. 2d. Sd.
Lof 161 162 139
Chrlstensen lid 176 143
L. Noigard 16 215 139
Hoy 139 134 119
E. Norgard 1A6 178 151
Totals 790 660 9l
' Tonight Cream Cltya against Spr
' HOSPE CO. '
1st. 2d. Sd.
W. Zltzman 202 160 174
Bushncll 130 lbO 161
Kepler 174 12i 147
E. Zltzman 192 134 219
Weber 189 167 204
Totals 887 736 905
1st. 2d. 3d.
Uoff 199 2U0 170
Jensen 177 In I 177
Duncan 130 lii 147
Sheldon 16 1H7 177
Frush ..166 171 13
Totals 618 830 851
Tonight Omaha Bedding company against
on Francisco's allays last night the
managers of the different department of
the Brandels atore took to bowling. As
an Induirment Mr. Boyle donated a beau
tiful hand-painted plate, which was won
by a Mr. Danforth. The same team bowl
every Wednesday evening.
HASTINGS WINS CLOSE COSIEST
Fumbled Klek Develop Into the Only
KEARNEY. Neb., Oct. 22. (Special
Telgram.)-Kc-arney State normal and
Hastings college played a hard fought bat
tle on the gridiron thla afternoon, core
6 to In favor of Hastings. The same ai
ine mosi evenly matched ever played here
Hastings scored a a result of a fumbled
kick by the fullback of Kearnev.
Kearney Military academy defeated Ra
venna High school this afternoon, with a
cor of 10 to 0. The academy bov out
played the Ravennalte ail through the
game, and were somewhat heavier.
Iowa' Pall Track Meet.
IOWA CITY. Ia.. Oct. 22 -(Special)-Iowa's
first fall track meet will be held
tomorrow afternoon on Iowa field. Under
the leadership of Merle Alderman, the
leading atudent organiser, conalderabl en
thusiasm has been aroused In the meet,
fourteen medal will be given to th win
ner vf the events.
Wrleoasa for PeaUa Maid.
BOCK RAPIDS, Ia.. Oct. 22.-(Sneclal)
-It 1 estimated that T.OuO people from thla
town and It vicinity gathered here yes
terday to . welcome hums Penlsa Maid
i.0. winner of big stakes In r. ent
grand circuit race, and her owner M 1
Shutl It was probably th must ca
thuslastlc reception ever given an Iowa
horse In the history of the state.
O.H lit SSISO
Dacra K.aelly Win Steeplerhase at
DETROIT, Oct. 22 -Daera, at I to 2. 4 to
1 and out on a heavy Hack, eanily won the
steeplechase, which featured the Wlndnor
racing card today. Claxs Leader, favorite
at 7 to 6 finished second and Llzxle Flat
third. Favorites figured largely In the
other winnings and the betting was heavy.
First race, purse, 3-year-olds and up,
purse $400. seven furlongs: Running Ac
count (1U6, 'Davenport, 4 to 1) won, Stan
ley Fay (106, Ramsey, 3 to 6) second, Jack
Parker (103. Howard. 6 to 2) third. Time:
LiHUfc. Three starters.
Second race, handicap, selling, steeple
chase, purse ir00, about two miles: Dacra
1147, Boyle, 6 to 2) won, Cla.s Leader (150,
Pollock, 7 to 6) second, Llzxle Flat (149,
McClaln, 6 to 2) third. Time: 4M. High
Hat. Impertinence and Dulclan also ran.
Third race, selling, 2-year-olds, fillies,
purse 1400, five furlongs: Autumn Oil-1 (116,
Mentry, 4 to 1) won, Phoronls (105, Rekl,
9 to 6) second, Mae Henley W0, Davenport,
9 to 6) third. Time: l:(ft. Klwln, Bonnie
Bee, Miss Raffaello and Lrlgone also ran.
Fourth race, selling, 6-year-olds, purse
(400, six furlongs: La Salle (106. Wilson,
9 to 10) won, Patriot (108, Pcndergast, 10 to
1) second, Alice Mack (100. Hammond, 0
to 1) third. Time: 1:17. Sight, Oold Dust
and Stromeland also ran.
Fifth race, selling, 8-year-olds and up,
purse f400, mile and a sixteenth: Dorothy
Webb (104, Cummlngs, 8 to 1) won, Harry
Rlcheson (108. Davenport, 6 to 1) second,
Vanen (106, Brannon, 6 to 1) third. Time:
1:50. Charivari, Seaburn. Kings Guinea,
Landlord, Snowball and Uncle Toby also
Sixth race, handicap, selling. 2-year-olds
and up, purse WK), mile: Desperado (101,
Davenport, 2 to 1) won. Great Heavens
(108, Howard, even) second. First Premium
(108. Mentry, 6 to 1) third. Time: 1:44.
Sally Preston and Westbury also rati.
Richard Reed Takes First.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 22. Richard Reed,
coupled In the betting with rtignt Away,
won the (Jay Musician handicap Ht Latonla
today by a short head from Al Muller with
All Red a head back. The finish was tl.o
most exciting of the meeting. Only two
favorites won, Richard Reed and Tony
Fauet. The crowd waa the largest of the
meeting, about 4,000 attending. Summaries:
First race, six furlongs, selling, purse,
83,00o: Admonltor (104, Page, 6 to 1) won,
J. C. Corey (109. Davis, 12 to 1) second,
Ned Cormack (104, McGee, 10 to 1) third.
Time: 1:18. Patrician, Stoner Hill, Stow
away, Ornamosa. Hiram, Silverado, Gold
Proof and Congo also ran.
Second Ace. mile one-sixteenth, selling,
purse. S300: Nadzu (117, Taplin, 3 tS 1) won,
Mamie Algol (HI9, Obert, 7, to 1) second,
Mlnot (111, Herbert, 7 to 6) third. Time:
1:63. Vesme, Lady Vie, Crepps Beckham,
Third race, five furlongs, selling, purse,
t300: Tony Faust (120, Taplin, 9 to 10) won,
Austin Sturtevant (112, Obert, 11 to 6) sec
ond, Mae Hamilton (117, Jackson, 10 to 1)
third. Time: 1:17. Blue Lee, Overlando,
Salnward, Deuce, Paul Rulnart, also ran.
Fourth race, six furlongs, Gay Musician
handicap, purse, J400: Richard Reed (106,
Walsh. 7 to 6) won, Al Muller (106, Ken
nedy, 7 to 1) second. All Ked (103, McGee,
4 to 1) third. Time: l:17Vk. Right Away,
Dainty Came, also ran.
Fifth race, five and one-half furlongs,
selling, purse 3300: Du Quesne (104, Walsh,
6 to 1) won, Autumn Rose (100, Lee, 8 to
5) second. Jack Binne (104, Burton, 12 to 1)
third. Time: 1:12. Olivia Mickle. Grace
Dixon, Princess Thorpe, Brunhllde, also
Sixth race, mile and one-sixteenth, sell
ing, purse. $300: Llllle Turner (109, McGee,
11 to 6) won, Sfonestreet (109, Jackson, to
10) second, Huerfano (109, Lee, 6 to 1)
third. Time: 1:55. Katie Powers, Banrldge,
Coaster, also ran.
, Result at Jamaica.
JAMAICA, N. Y., Oct. 22.-Jeanne d'Arc,
al xi to u, casny v. on me liuntiiua sarins
stakes, touay, aef eating me heavily piayed
favorite, .besom, by live lengths, f avor
ites won tne majority of the race. Sum
maries: First race, selling, six furlongs, 3400
added: Huda's Sister (94, Garner, 4 to 6)
won, Anavri (99, McCahey, 6 to 1) second.
Oxer (99, Creevey, 6 to 1) third. Time: 1:16.
Helen Carroll also ran. .
Second race, one mile and an eighth, $100
added: Arasco (98, Glass, 7 to 10) won. The
Peer (100, Creevy, 6 to 1) second, Grania (94,
Garner, 6 to 1) third. Time: 1.64. Norbitt,
and St.' Joseph also ran.
: Third race, b!x furlongs, $500 added: Rose
Queen (116, Dugan, 11 to 10) won. King Co
balt (108, Creevy, 11 to 6) second, Angelus
(104, Shilling, 9 to 2) third. Time: 1:12. St.
Joanne also ran.
; Fourth race, the Gowanua selling stakes,
six furlongs, value $1,000: Jeanne d'Arc (110.
Dugan, 11 to 6) won. Besom (115, Creevy, 3
to 6) second. Royal Onyx (112, Llebert, 8
to 1) third. Time: 1:13. Chief Hayes and
May Amelia also ran.
Fifth race, selling, one mile and a six'
teenth: Dandy Dixon (104, Butwell, even)
won. Faultless (M. Glass, 7 to 1) second,
Banbury (101, MjcCahey. 12 to 5) third.
Time: 1:50. Right Guard, Mugwump and
Danger al.o ran.
Sixth race, 2-year-olds, five and a half
furlongs: Sticker (109, Shilling. 7 to 6) won.
Christina (109, Rsvnor. 10 to 1) eecond, Fly
ing Footsteps (109, Garner, to 1) third.
Time: 1:08. Gynsv Girl, Golden Flora.
Dracoola, Oem, Malatlne, Grecian Bend,
Amy L, Shawnee, Cindy and Odd Rose also
HAPPY HOLLOW HATCH GOLF
Game Saturday for Dinner to Bo Far
alshcd by Loaera.
Happy Hollow golfers have arranged for
a big match game between two selected
teams, which will Include most of the
golfers of the club. The match will be
played Saturday afternoon for a dinner
for which the losers will pay and give
Monday at the club. Through some mis
take notice were sent out announcing the
game for Monday afternoon, but It Is
scheduled fur Saturday afternoon. Erastua
A. Benson will captain one team and W.
L. Solby the other.
Following are the players of the two
E. A. Benson. (Capt.) W. L. Selby. (Capt.)
Thomas Austin. De Roy Austin.
W. K. Shafer. A. A. McClure.
E. A. Nordstrom. R. W. Hayward.
H. B. Lcmere.
A. W. Clark. ,
A. O. Elllck.
W. K. Shepard.
A. .1. Cooley.
B. W. Tandy.
F. A. Sweeley.
S. Rce. sr.
C. I. Anderson.
F. H. Hall.
C. E. Johannes.
W. G. Shrlver.
A. G. Buchanan.
R. A. Flnley.
H. E. Bnrnam.
C. C. George.
W. 8. Hlllls.
A. R. WellB.
C. L. Weeks.
F. R. Balrd.
A. T. Austin.
J. H. Royce.
F. H. Brown.
J. H. Wright. Jr.
.1. P. Bailey.
John F. Flack.
H. D. Fosier.
W. D. Williams.
N. W. Gahan.'
W. C. I.ylc
K. A. Hatfield.
N. C. Leary.
H. H. Gray.
H. K. Buiket.
C. 8. Hayward.
J. R. Webster.
E. E. Klmberly.
W. B. T. Belt.
S. Recs, lr.
F. J. Hughes.
S. 11. Ross.
C. E. Nlswonger.
1. W. Carpenter.
W. J. Crcedon.
C. W. Russell.
E. C- Henry.
A. W. Nason.
J. R. Morris.
E. T. Manning.
F. L. Loveland.
James A. Lyons.
H. L. Montgomery.
W. A. Austin.
W. P. Duikee.
B. C. Wade.
O. F. Gllinorc.
U J. Nrdd.
H. M. Rogers.
H. W. Chrlstensen
O. E. Carpenter.
K. O. Hamilton.
W. F. Norman.
C. A. Nellds.
E. F. Leary.
W. W. Johnston.
M. H. Dunham.
J. W. Conley.
J. E. Oeorge.
F. W. 1'arr.
C. E. Black.
T. A. Fry
G. T. Palmer.
A. W. Carpenter.
B. N. Robertson.
A. J. McShane.
W. L. Coleman.
J. J. Dodd.
J. W. West.
E. H. Bruenlng.
J. L. Nielsen.
W. P. Conklln.
A. C. Seline.
W. B. Roney.
C. J. Lyon.
N. I Guckert.
F. H. Gurvln.
J. C. Schopp. '
J. W. Towle.
E. H. Westerfleld.
Pa and Jim at Cannery.
Pa Rourke. owner of the Omaha baas ball
club and hla brother. James Ruiirke of
Orand Inland, are In Chicago In attendance
at the National Convention of Canner.
Th Rourke own a big canning factory at
Grand Inland. Pa does some canning al hla
Omaha Smoke House now and then.
If you have anything to sell or trade
and want quick action, advertise It In The
Be Want Ad column.
Guggenheim Decree Still Holds, Al
though Divorcee Seeks to Have
CHICAGO. Oct. 22. The suit seeking
annullment of the divorce, granted Grace
B. Guggenheim from William Guggenheim,
eight years ago In Chicago, came to an
abrupt close here today, when Judge
Honore Indefinitely postponed the hearing.
When Judge Dunne In 1901 granted the
divorce the testimony of Mrs. Guggenheim
showed that she was a resident of Illinois.
Mrs. Guggenheim claims recently to have
discovered that her testimony waa in error
on this point.
The matter waa laid before Mr. Dunne,
who Is no longer on the bench, and he,
declaring that fraud had been practised on
the court and the people of the state out
raged thereby, filed a petition for the
annullment of the marriage. Attorney Wil
liam Seabury came from New York to
represent Mrs. Guggenheim and Judge
Dunne, while the young smelter magnat
had a counsel Samuel Untermyer of New
REPORT OF THE CLEARING HOUSE
Transaction of the Associated Bank
for the Week.
NEW YORK, Oct. 22. Bradstreet's Bank
Clearings Report for the week ending Oc
tober 21 shows an aggregate of $3,746,034,000,
as against $3,407.662,OuO last week and $2,711,
OKl.Oou In the corresponding week last year.
The following is a list of the cities:
I Clearings. Inc.
New York ....
Kansas City ..
New Orleans .
193.3i1.0UO 28. 9
Washington, D. C.
Salt Lake City
6,107,0001 2S.8 .
10,074.000 60. 0
6,273,000 30. 9
9.430.000 62. 9
' 2,963.000 9.2
, S,797,000 40.9
4,042.000 48. 7
' 1,930,000 144
l.ORS.OOOl ' 19.6
733.000 8.2 ......
622 000 10.7
676.000 31.2 ,
330.000 S3. 6
602 0110 J.3
15.114 0001 29.
Wheeling, W. Va....
Charleston, S. C
Fall River ...i
Cedar Rapid h, Ia....
Columbia, S. C
Fargo, N. D
Sioux Falls, 8. D
South Bend, Ind...
Not Included In totals because containing
other item than clearings. Not Included
In totals because comparison are lncom
SENATOR JOHNSON SUCCUMBS
North Dakota Representative I
Upper Hons Die Suddenly
FARGO. N. D., Oct. 22. United States
Senator Martin N. Johnson of this state
died from an attack of acute Bright' dis
ease at his hotel In this city tonight at 7:30
Senator Johnson was 69 year old. He
was born on a farm in Racine county, Wis
consin, and was a Bon of Rev. Nelson
Johnson, a native of Norway. Senator
Johnson was a graduate of the University
of Wisconsin, and came to this state in
1S82, devoting his attention to farming. In
1890 he was sent to congress and wa three
time nominated by acclamation.
Woman Accidentally Shot.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Oct. 22 (Spe
cial.) Mrs. Alexander Hunter accidentally
shot herself with a rifle Wednesday at
their home near Murray Wednesday night,
about 11 o'clock, the ball entering between
two ribs on the left side. Mr. and Mr.
Hunter had been writing letters until a
late hour and while he was removing his
shoes she picked up the gun and wa tak
ing It from the foot of the bed to the head
of the bed when It caught on a chair and
it waa accidentally discharged. Mrs. Hun
ter was taken to th St. Joseph hospital
In Omaha today.
Spinal Paralysis at Teen meek.
TECUMSEH. Neb., Oct. 22. (Special.)
There Is a case of the disease, ' spinal
paralysis ,ln this vicinity. Gladya Irvln, the
(-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mr. Porter
Irvln. who live west of Tecumaeh, Is the
sufferer. The child became sick some two
w eek ago and Dr. C. D. Barnes of Tecum
seh wa called. The doctor caused the
home to be quarantined and a a precau
tionary measure the school authorities had
the district school building, where th
child had attended, thoroughly fumigated.
The caa waa promptly reported to Dr.
Wilson of Pawnee City, secretary of th
Stat Board of Health, and th gentleman
sent word back that this Is the only case
reported from southeastern Nebraska.
Congressional Committee Will Inves
tigate Whether Employer! Hold
Them for Debt.
ST. PAUL. Minn., Oct. 22 A committee,
consisting of John C. Eldor of Washing
ton, D. C, chairman; Congressman John
L. Burnett of Alabama, and Charles P.
Nelll of Chicago. Is taking testimony be
hind closed doors In the federal building
to ascertain whether a condition of peon
age exists among the laborers tn the lum
ber camps of northern Minnesota.
The committee will leave tonight for
Fargo, N. D., and then will go to. South
Dakota points to Investigate the com
plaints of harvest hands that they were
compelled by threats to work out debts to
ABOLITION OF TRIBE
Belief at Mohonk Lake Meeting; that
Indian Shoald Bo Free to Act
a Other Cltlsens.
MOHONK LAKE. Oct. 22.-Porto Ttlco,
Hawaii and the Mohotrk platform were
themes under review today at the Mohonk
conference. The speakers at the morning
session who discussed the present and fu
ture of Porto Rico were Major General
George W. Davis, U. 8. A., formerly gov
ernor of Porto Rico and later governor of
the Panama canal zone; Regis H. Post,
ex-governor of Porto Rico; William F. Wll
loughby, president of the executive coun
cil; Charles Furtxell, formerly secretary of
tate, and Cayetano Colly of San Juan,
member of the Porto Rlcan house of dele
The conference adopted a platform stand
ing for the abolition of the tribal relation
for the Indian, In which the fundamental
right of the Individual are denied; the
substitution of personal for tribal prop
erty; the recognition of the Indians' right
to travel freely and peaceably and to buy
and sell In the open market, and hi ulti
mate admission to American clttsenshlp.
The Filipino platform advocates opening
to him the American market, as It has been
opened to the Hawaiian and the Porto
Rlcan. It mean that the relationship be
tween th United States and their Insular
possessions should be clearly defined at
the earliest practicable date.
. HAS HAD GOOD YEAR
Annual Rieport Show Net Income
Over Million Dollar Higher Than
for Prevlon Year.
NEW YORK, Oct. 22. The annual report
of the Northern Pacific Railroad company
for the year ending June 30 last, was made
public today. It shows total operating
revenue of SS,460,747, an Increase over the
previous year of $210,070. Operating ex
penses were $38,020,004, a decrease of $1,
820,679. The net Income for the year after
payment of. interest, dividends, rentals,
taxes and other charge waa $7,634,360, an
Increase of 11,276.232.
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Secretary of - Interior Refuse
Permit Amending; of Home
tead . Entry
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 22. (Special Tele
gram.) Th secretary of the Interior has
denied the applcation of Silas C. Coyner
to amend and reinstate hla homestead entry
and to allow F. L. Graves to make a home
stead tntry for a tract of land located In
the Broken Bow (Neb.) land district,
which was an appeal from the decision of
the commissioner of the general land of
fice. The Postofflce department sent out to
day an advertisement for bids for carry
ing the malls In screened wagons at
Beatrice, Grand Island, Lincoln, Norfolk,
Omaha, Neb., and Aberdeen and Sioux
Fall, 8. D., for four year from July 1, 1910,
to June 30, 1914: also bids to carry the mall
on star routes In Nebraska, South Dakota
and Wyoming. Bids will be opened in Jan
uary, the date of which will be given later.
Rural carriers appointed: Nebraska,
Meadow Grove, route 1, Charles R. Church,
carrier; Nellie Church, substitute. Ran
dolph, route 1, Frank E. Ballard, carrier;
no substitute. Iowa, South English, route
1, James D. Radebaugh, carrier; George
Gore, substitute. South Dakota, Astoria,
route 2, Herbert II. Hanson, carrier; Henry
Lappel, substitute. Centervllle, route 6, Jo
seph Smith, carrier; no substitute. Dolton
routae 1, Ellis R. Bailey, carrier; no sub
stitute. Fulton, route 1, John Relchen
bach, carrier; C. C. Bennett, substitute.
John A. Needham has been appointed
postmaster at Talntoi-, Mahaska county
Ia., vice O. R. Shaw, resigned-
Boy' Marvelous Recovery.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D., Oct. 22 (Special.)
A somewhat unusual case Is that of little
Floyd Dlschner. the 6-year-old son of well
known residents of Garretson, near Sioux
Falls. On July 24 last he was seriously In
J u red by being caught In a wheel of a de
livery wagon. Before he could be rescued
he was whirled completely around the
wheel. Investigation disclosed that each of
his leg had been broken In two places. A
fracture near the hip was the most ser
ious, as the bone was broken In two places.
A fracture near the hip was the most ser
ious, as the bone was broken almost Into
the hip Joint. The boy was placed under
the Influence of chloroform and the frac
tures reduced, after which a permanent
dressing waa Immediately applied. A frame
work wa then made, to which his feet
were attached In such a manner as to ele
vate his leg and lower part of hi body.
It was necessary to keep him in this un
comfortable position for a period of five
week and three day. The splint were
not taken off his legs until the expiration
of fifty-two day. His legs now arc as
straight a ever.
Injnry from Kxploslon.
IOWA CITY, It., Oct. 22 (Special.) At
tempting to light a match In a room filled
with gas from a broken Jet almost resulted
1n fatal Injuries to Mrs. Wells Doud
Wednesday. She was thrown against the
wall of the room and burned by the ex
plosion. A roomer in ths Doud residence.
Miss Gladys ePters, put out th fire and
called a physician. The Injured woman will
Woman Fall from Anto.
BOONE, Ia., Oct. 22. (Special Telegram.)
Mr. 8. P. Clark, wife of a prominent
Ogden resident was thrown from her auto
mobile yesterday afternoon while traveling
In th country. Th wheel of the machine
lipping off. Mr. Clark broke Iter left
wrist and was badly bruised. Mr. Clark
scaped without Injuries.
to Raise Money
to Aid Irishmen
Fundi Necesiary to Keep Up FifM
for Home Bale Budget n
NEW YORK. Oct. 2l.-Buddlng hope for
home rule for Ireland are held out by T.
P. O'Connor, who arrived her today on
the I.uHtanla to spend a short time In this
country raising funds to aid th Irish par
liamentary party. A the situation now
stands everything hinges on the action to
be taken by the House of Lords on the
budget, said Mr. O'Connor.
"If the budget is thrown out by th
House of Lord," said Mr. O'Connor, "It
means a general election, which will ne
cessitate large expenditure by our party.
The election will help Ireland, because It
Is bound to be followed by a fair balancing
of the parties that will make the Irish
vote an Important factor in Parliament.
'Just what the House of Lord will do
with the budget I problematical. Person
ally I have alway been under the Im
pression that It would pas the budget.
"If the budget I defeated It mean a
general election, and then th question will
be derided whether the power of veto of
the House of Lords shall be curtailed."
A deputation from th municipal council
of the United Irish League of America
greeted the Irish leader at th pier and
tonight he will be tendered a reception by
Mr. O'Connor' Itinerary for hi stay In
this country will take him to Chicago,
Philadelphia and Washington.
Indians Violate Game Law.
IOWA FALLS, Ia., Oct .-Spclal.)
"Jim Peters" and his band of Musquakte
Indians from the Tama reservation fell
Into the grasp of a deputy gam warden
here, last evening, and now face a fine
aggregating $720 for violations of the game
laws of Iowa. For several weeks, a band
of Indians from ths reservation have been
camped In thl vicinity and It waa tipped
off to the game warden that the In
dian were trapping out of season which
opens November 1. A deputy gam warden
from aWterloo, accompanied by Constable
R. D. Dutton of this city, visited th In
dian camp near Cross' Ford and confis
cated seventy-two muskrat skins. It was
stated that under the game laws of Iowa,
the fine for trapping out of season Is $10
for each skin. Peters and his buck could
not be found, but will be located hater
and formally charged with the violation of
Blgc Money at Ames Shovy.
AMES, Ia Oct. 22. (Speclal.)-Over $6,000
In cash and premium I to be distributed
among the boys and girls of Iawo who are
under 18 years of age In the junior corn
show and Judging contest to held at
Ames from January $ to 16, 1910. For the
purposes of the contest the stata has been
divided Into four sections and ach sec
tion Into three district. Prixes will be
hung up for th best corn and atock Judg
ing for each section and district and In
addition there will be very valuable prise
open to all th state. Thl I th first con
test of Its kind ever promoted by a western
state. It Is being held under th direction
of the extension department of Iowa State
college for the purpose of arousing Interest
and competition among the girl and boy
of th state in growing better corn.
Qaestlon for Debate.
IOWA CITY, Ia., Oct. 22. (Speclal.)
Resolved, That the United States should
establish a central bank, constitutionality
granted?" is the question decided upon for
the championship Inter society debates to
be held In the Unlveislty of Iowa this
year. The university' championship debat
ing team are busily engaged In preparing
for the debate agalnBt the universities of
Nebraska and Illinois which will bo held
In the winter. These contests will be on a
Iovra New Note.
CRESTON Plana are under way for th
reventy-flfth session of Creston district
conference of the Methodist Episcopal
church, to be held Monday and Tuesday,
October 25 and 26, at Emerson.
LEHIGH Ernest Fllcklnger. a well
known young farmer living southeast of
here, died today as a result of having
hi neck broken when a bull he wa driv
ing charged and overthrew hi horse, hurl
ing It rider to the ground.
LOGAN Word has been received here
announcing the marriage of Mrs. Retta B.
Johnson and George W. Coffman. The bride
was formerly a resident of Logan, but late
of Omaha. The groom Is a retired farmer
of Woodbine. They will be at home to
their many friend November 1 at Wood
bine. AMES Glen Maxwell, who wa en
tenced to serve three year In the state
reformatory at Anamosa, after being con
victed of assaulting a Nevada girl, has
escaped, according to Information which
reached here today. Maxwell escaped In
company with a pal named Donahue.
LISCOMB The ban Is on the waltx. th
two step and other dat.ee in Llscomb. In
order that they might remove the tempta
tion from the feet of the young people of
tho town the Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica and the Royal Neighbor of till place
havo not only tabooed dancing, but have
by formal action decided to refuse to rent
their hall for dance.
IDA OROVE The government official
at Mount Weather, Va., who sent up th
hydrogen gas balloon from Omaha, Oc
tober 7 that was recovered here the same
day, have written that the records shipped
hack from here were In good shape and
that the experiment was very satisfactory.
This balloon carried government metero
g'anh 22. and the balloon sent ud In
Omaha In the morning traversed th 126
miles in a few hours and reached here at
4:60 In the afternoon.
BEDFORD The city of Bed for J has won
Its paving case tried In the dlBtrlct court
at Corning the last week before Judge
Evans, who rendered a decision that the
bilck being used were not up to the spec
ifications called for In the contract and
permanently enjoined Contractor llorrobln
from UKlng them. The material was se
cured from the Barber Asphalt Paving
company of Des Moines. Unless an appeal
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AMBUKO-AlieiKAll UNA, 41 -U kemlsay. ft. T.
Is made tn the snnrem court, this much
mooted question Is now settled and the con
tractor will have to furnish a belter qual
CRFSTON The November term of fed
eral court begins here November I sndi
will be presided over by Judge Smith Mc
pherson. The Red Oak Jail l swarming
with bootlegger and other offenders and
the session promlnes to be fruitful of ic
suit, a the deputy United States marshal
and Postofflce Inspector Ranger have
worked up what they hoe 1 sufficiently
strong evidence against most of them to
land them in prison. Many of the pris
oner are old offender and' will face the
Judge for th second and some for the
RED OAK While engaged In operating
a vacuum cleaner at the home of Dr. O.
8. Reiley In Red Oak, John van Wagen
nen, had a narrow escape from death by
electrocution. In order to attach the cleaner
to the electric light, by which It was to
be operated he found It necessary to re
move some of the Insulation from the
wires. After ha had finished the work
he started to detach the wires from the
machine under the Impression that he had
turned off the power, and received such
a shock he was rendered unconscious.
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Exchange what you have,
and don't want, for some-
thing- you have not and p ,
want. Some one if thoy
know ahout it will be glad to
trade with you. You can gel
something you can use for
what you don't want
Your home, no doubt, con
tains many things which are
not used, and are simply tak
ing up space in attic and
basement. Perhaps it is a
gun, bicycle, trunk, ice-chest,
overcoat, etc. There are a
great many things which you
want and haven't tho ready
cash to buy. The best way
to do it is
through a Dee Want Ad
By advertising under th
head of "Barter and Ex
change" you will inaka
fr something you can use.
You can usually get more
in this way than if you sold
To show what can be done"
in this way we are making
A special price for "Swaps"
for an ad ilk this for a
week X lne, or IS words, 7
times for to cent.
WILL, EXCHANGE Jewel i rant
with oven, almost new, for bed room
lurnnure or sola, 'j el. Harney 0000.
Want Ad Dept. Omaha Daily Bee