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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1909.
MEN OR, MONEY? P1NCH0T
Chief Forester Smyi Conienration Hu
Become Moral Problem.
GREAT QUESTION OF FUTURE
Declaree Attack oa SetTlea . Ia
rrriM la ' Bltteraes J out aa
Service Drrorari Mora
Steals of Sunday
Little Antonio Gets Her Watch While
She it Telling Story of the
NEW YORK. Pec. 2. "Special Inter
est have made repeated attack on the
Vnlted States forest service and those
attack hav"'tereaed tn vlolenca Just
In proportion a the service has offered
effective opposition to predatory wealth,"
said GlffonaVlMnchot, chief of th United
Ftates Forest service, In a speech today
befora' a nuanhei of prominent publishers
at tha University elnh. Mr. Ptnchot took
as tile subject feV his speech at th Peo
ple' '.Forum .Conservation and Equal
Opportunity." Mr. Plnchot said:
"T(ke American people have evidently
made up tbelr Vll.nds that our natural re
source must be Conserved. That Is good,
but it settles only' half the question. for
whose benefit shall they be conserved
for the benefit of the many, or for the
use and profit of the few? The treat
conflict now being fought will decide.
There I no other question before us that
begin to., be so Important or that will
be so difficult to straddle as th great
question ''"hit ween ., special Interest and
equal opportunity;- between the privil
eges of, few. and the right of the
many ; between ' government by men for
human rfare and government by money
for profit,' betWeeiOhe men who stand for
the Roosevelt politic and the men who
stand against them. , This Is the essence
of the cottservaUtiji' problem today.
Cffaaervatlon Moral Isaac
'Ths1ftervaUV''tsue Is a moral Issue.
When'. fw" neii get possession of one of
the necessaries of tlf, either through
ownership of a natural resource or
through unfair profits, as in the recent
tases of th Sugar trust and the beef
packers, they injure tha averago man
without good reason, and they are guilty
of a moiai wrong.
"I believe In. on form of government and
I believe In the Golden Rule. But we
must face the truth.- that monopoly of the
Sources of production makes It impossible
for vast numbers of men and women to
earn fair living. Right here the conser
vation uuestloi) touches the dally Ufa of
the great" body of "our people, who pay
the cost of special privilege. And the price
Is heavy. That pries may be th chance
to save the boys' from the saloons and the
corner gang,, and the girl from worse,
and to make good citizens of them Instead
of bad,, for elh appalling proportion of the
tragedies of life spring directly from the
lack of a little money. Thousands of
daughter of the poor fell into the hands
of tha white slave traders because their
poverty leave them without protection.
Thousand of families, aa th Pittsburg
survey has shown us, lead lives of brutal-1
lilng overwork in return for the barest
living. , '
People Victims o Plunder.
"Th people of thla country have lost
vastly more than-they can ever regain by
gift of public property, forever and with
out charge, to ,triert,'(ho gave nothing. In
return. It la true, that, we have mad Su
perb material progress under this system,
but it is not well for us to rejoice too
freely In the , slices the special Interests
have given u from, the great loaf of the
properly of all the people.
The pople o the. United State have
been the -complacent victim of a system of
plunder often perpetrated by men who
would have been, surprised beyond measure
to be accused of wrongdoing, and many of
them In their private lives were model
cltlsens. JHit they have suffered from
cuilous moral perversion by which It be
comes praiseworthy to do for a corpora
tion things, which they would refuse with
the loftiest, scorn . to do for themselves.
Fortunately' for us, all that delusion In
passing rapidly away.
Bitter Attack on Service.
"It Is,, th honorable distinction of th
foiest service that it has been mora con
stantly, mure, violently, and mors bitterly
attacked by the representatives of the spe
cial Interests In recent years than any
other government bureau. These atlaoks
have Increased in violence and bitterness
Just In proportion as the' service has of
fered effective opposition to predatory
wealth. Th mora 1ucceasful we have been
In preevntlng land grabbing and the
absorption oTater power by the special
Interests, the more ingenious, the more
devious and the more dangerous these
attacks have become. A favorite one Is
to assert that th forest service, In its
seal for the public welfare, has played
ducks and .d,rake ' with ' the acts of con
Aft. "Th fact Is, on, the contrary, that the
sen-Ice has had warrant of law for every
thing It has done. 'Not once since it was
created lias any charge of Illegality, despite
the most searching Investigation and the
bltteisst attack, ever led to reversal or
reprodf by either house of congress or by
any congressional committee.
' Attempt to Curb Publicity.
"Another, and unusually plausible, form
of attack, Is to demand that all land not
now bearing trees shall be thrown out of
the Rational forests.
"Still 4&jier attack, nearly successful
two yearn ago, was an attempt to prevent
Til forjVt service from telling th people,
through j;b press, what It is accomplishing
for tliera, .and how much this nation needs
th forest!' ' "
"Sfec the forest sefvlc called public
attention to the rapid absorption of the
water power; sites" and- the threatening
growth yf a great water power monoply,
(he .attack upon It have increased with
marked "iapldlly. I anticipate that they
wW, continue to do so. Btlll greater op
position I promised In the near future.
'ihOfe, is 'but on protection, I mean,
awakened, public opinion. That Is wny 1
give you the facta."
"Glory to God In the highest, peace on
earth, good will toward men."
Miss Margaret Phllllppl. teacher In the
City Mission Sunday school, was reading
tho story of the birth of the Christ child
to a class of waif on the day after Christ
mas. Now, little Antonio, a bright-eyed youth
In the very front row, descended from a
long line of treasure seeker who. In th
olden day used to sail forth from Genoa on
predatory errands on the Tartany coast.
80 It happened that Antonio, the boy with
tha soulful eyes. Just couldn't realst that
avatlstle passion for glitter when the fair
teacher's watch came too close to tha front
The lesson of the Cnrlst child was for
gotten and Antonio got the watch.
Quietly detectives were put to Work and
on they had the little pirate, repentant
and In tears. The watch will be returned.
Antonio Is to have a tast of Christian for
giveness and he will not he prosecuted if
he only will be punctual at feunday school
for a whole year.
NEAR PANIC ON. EXCHANGE
- (Continued on Pag Two.)
below Friday. Amalgamated Copper dropped
back i under Friday's closing and ther
was a general unloading of securities,
causing weakness. The loss In Pennsylvania
reached i in th flrat half hour, Reading
2H. United States Steel 1. Union Pacific
Hi and American Smelting I.
The spectacular rise In Rock Jslnnd com
mon stock was generally: credited to a
frigtitaned short Interest, sine It was
quickly recalled that the control of the
company does not He with th common
stock and therefore any suggestions that
competitive bidding by Interest seeking to
control the property wer not to be eri
tortalned under the circumstances. One of
the directors of th Rock Island and also
conneCtedf with the banking Interests of
the road, said of th movement:-
Thoie Is nothing In the affairs of the
company to account for th advance In the
price of the etock In such a violent man
ner. It apears to be a squeexe of the
This same Rock Island official said that
to the best of hi know edge nelgther W.
II. Moor, who . is now In Chicago, nor
Daniel Q. Reid was in any way connected
with today's movement.
Trading In Rock Island common stock In
the first twelve minute approximate 100,000
Rock Island rallied to HVii but ther waa
renewed evidence that there were large
suppliea of that stock In the market and
tho price ran eff again. Thl aerved to
tranqulllze the rest of the market and
prices began to reoover. Southern Pacific
rallied to 1134 and Amalgamated Copper to
88Mii Pennsylvania to 137 and other stocks
In less degree.
The market was quieter before the first
hour' was over and prices had ceased to
fluctuate a wildly as at first.,
The Rqck Island episode was the one sub
ject of the discussion In the financial dls
dlstrict. It was intimated that an investi
gation probably would be made Into the
matter by the governors of the stock ex
change. The report current on the floor
was that a clerk In handMnjf 'dn order of
4,000 shurcs mado an error and mad It
read 40,000 shares. .''".
The best opinion obtainable In all finan
cial and brokerage circles was that a'ahort
Interest had been caught In a carefully;
laid trap, the springing of which, was. only,
possible because of the absence, of several
of the larger operators. .-, .
The Rock Island bonds which were con
cerned in last week's speculative movement,
In the Rock Island deal moved very fever
lshly. Rock Island collateral 4s sold at
86 In a block of 600,000 and then slumped
to 83. The Wabash , refunding 4st aold at
78i and then ran off. to Tilt-' Wabash pre
ferred dropped 1 3 under .'Friday' closing
One hundred and fifty-five thousand
shares of Rock Island common were traded
in during th flrat hour.
CITY BOWLING TOURNAMENT
Competition Begins Tonight and
Promise! to Be Hot Affair.
MAYOR THERE FOR THE OPENING
All Flve-Mea Events Will lie Bowled
at the Metropolitan Alleys and
Doahlrs and Singles at 1
National League Fielding Averages.
1 1 1 y I
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy not only
stops a cough, but removes the Irritation
wMch causes It.
WH EATON ENTERS A DENIAL
Mats' Cornered by Ills Wife with Aa.
other Woman Faces Her
Louis A. Wheaton, who wa captured In
a room aT"Itol Dodge street In company
with Mrs. Alice ElU. by hi wife, Mrs.
Orace Vheaton, waa confronted by that
angry, wljfe fad, hla little son, a charming
mild' "of ' year,' in pol.ee court Monday
morning while' he heard a reading of a
wanur.l. It' was the usual charge, and
Mr. Wheaton declares she will push the
Wheaton wa arrested Sunday? when his
lfe lnvsded the room at the lodg street
house by force, breaking down th door.
Mrs. Wheaton appeared Monday morning
and ,pn hef , Information Assistant County
Attorney Mngriey issued the' warrant.
Wheaton entered a pita of not guilty
aad Ms preliminary .examination waa set
for Wednesday morning In police court,
i--'-; ',1 ...".I -. 1
If you have anything to sell or trsd.
advertise In th Want Ad nolumna of Th
Tse eiflcacf of Chamier:ln'a Liniment
Id the relief of rbtuutatUra la bulng deinon-
FUNERAL OF STEBBINS A. TEAL
Veteran Union Paelflo Eaarlneer at
Heat In Council Blaffa
Cemetery. , :
WATERLOO, Neb.. Deo. t7. (Special.)
Th funeral of the late Stebblns A. Teal,
former master mechanic of th Northwest
ern at Missouri Valley and an old-time
engineer of th Union Pacific, who died last
Thursday, was held at the family resi
dence In Waterloo Sunday afternoon at 1
o'clock. Services were oonduoted by Rev.
David L. Miller, Jr., of the Presbyterlsn
church and members of Waterloo lodge No.
236, Ancient. Free , and Accepted Masons,
of which Mr. Teal waa a member. A large
number of friends and neighbors were
present, as were relatives from Omaha and
The body was taken to Council Bluffs
Monday morning for burial In the family
lot thero, being accompanied by the widow,
Mrs. Electa Purchase Teal, a aister, Mrs.
Chapman of Fremont, Dr. and Mrs. Hor
ace Haverstock of Council Bluffs, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Haverstock' of Omaha, Dr.
and Mr.. P. P. Teal, also, of Omaha, and
other relative of Council Bluffs were
present at the burial. ,
Stebblns A. Teal was born In New York
state and came west in th early' '50a, being
one of the early settlers of Council Bluffs
and running out of that city as an engineer
on the Union Paelflo as early as 1866. He
was for years connected with railroad
work, then at Missouri Valley and only
retired from active duties about five years
ago, when he and Mrs. Purchase of Water
loo, friends of long standing, were married,
since which they have resided at Water
loo. Mr. Teal helped cut walnut logs to
build a bridge over th Elkhorn rlvsr on
tho Military road about 1866.
The city bowling tournament which be
gin tonight will have the entire attention
of all the bowler In the city. No league
game will be played this week. It Is
probable that a fw match games will be
played on the alley not used by the
tournament bowlers. This Is usually the
custom during all affairs of this kind.
Mayor Dahlman was down practicing
Sunday and will be In fine shapo for the
opening this evening. No admission will
be charged and the management of the
alleys extend an Invitation to everybody to
come down and root for his favorites.
All five men events will be bowled at
the Metropolitan alleys and the doubles
and singles at Francisco's.
In order to better accommodate the mem
bers of some of the contesting teams, a
few changes wer made by the committee
In the schedule.
The meet will start with the Omahas
pitted against the Omaha Bicycle com
pany's team, and will be followed by the
Etor Triumphs against the Loch's Willow
Springe. These four teams are strong and
will set a mark for the others to hoot
Here Is the revised schedule:
Monday, 7 p. m. Omahas against
Omaha Blcycl company.
Monday, y p. m. Stor against Loch's
Tuesday, 7 p. m. Molonya against Bese
Tuesday, p. m. Met Bros, against
Wednesday, 7 p. m. Yousem'
against O'Brien' Monte Christos.
Wednesday, 9 p. m. Equitable Life
agalnxt Union Pacifies.
Thursday, 7 p. m. Omaha Bedding com
pany against Kpragues Pills.
Thursday, 9 p. ni. Omaha Cold Storage
Friday, 8 p. m.Advo against Glan
dules. Strikes and Spare.
All records for bowling In individual con
tests were shattered a few days ago by
Lee R. Johns of New York City In the
Greater New York Individual bowling tour
nament being held on th Oxford uileys at
Newark. N. J. Johns started out lth
279 score and then, rolled 2U8, 248. ill, 11
and finished with 279, a total of LB2S for the
six games, an average of 271H for the six.
His bowling was really wonderful, not
having a break In the entire series, not a
sulit or error to Bpoll his scores. In his
first game he had nine strikes and 0:10
spare; second, nine strikes and one spare;
third, seven strikes and three spares;
fourth and fifth, nine strikes and one
spare, and flnlsned his sixth with eight
strikes and two spares and bowlrd thirteen
strikes In succession, but could not got a
800 score. The previous record for "divid
ual work was held by Charles Qchader.
who averaged 2f.l 1-6 for six games, made
on the Columbia alleys at Brooklyn Mr
Johns has an average of 212 4-84 in tne
eighty-four tournament games he has
bowled so far this year.
Warrv D. Reed of omana sun numa m ,
thiee-game record, with a total of 845 pln.
wiih n averaae of 201 per game.
The endurance contest at Francisco' Is
getting pretty warm. Wiley still Uads.
with an average of 139 8-15 tor his fifteen
games', Charles Martin Is second, with 1 a
197 average, and Anderson third, with 1.
As this event closes December 31, it Is ex
pected that nothing less than a 2u0 average,
will win. . .....
A picked team from the Commercial
league visited Francisco's Sunday to give
alleys 9 and 10 a tryout and while there
a, picked team from Francisco's took them
on for a match game and the Commercials
won out, finishing with a 1,006 game.
' jdan'y members of the Commercial league
Will b on hand to see their leaders, the
Willow Bprlngs and Bicycles, bowl this
evening, as they base their chance on
winning the tournament with these two
teams. The team that beats either one of
them will about win the honors.
Art O'Cander Is certainly In fine form
for the singles. The Boosters are going
to pull for him when he bowls.
Mose Yousem of the Boosters, Is also one
of favorites of the league. It will be a
disappointment to many of tne members
If Mose doesn't shine In sumo one of the
events. Hla Colts bowl their five-men
event Wednesday. The rooters they have
lined up will rill the nan.
Wood Hartley, Anderaon, Martin, Blake
ney, Hull and Francisco aro among the
heat bats for 1. 2 or S In the singles. Take
care of some of the dark horses. City
Champ Klauck Is to be considered and
many others, who have but recently entered
into the bowling game.
Mrs. A. E. Roberts Dowled a total of
608 In tho cellar Saturday nlKht. It she
can "go that guod In the tournament sue
vill win some money.
. Martin and Balzer look good for the
doubles. Little Martin Is one of the ter
rors and Baizer Is not bad either.
Herman Beselln promises to land better
than fourth In the big card. Here Is
hoping anyway. Herman still tells his boys
about that 620 at St. lxnils in the National
event took second money too.
The Mets and Crown match of Tuesday
should be a corker ..
The Olendales, the sensational bowlers of
the Commercial league, will bowl the last
night. Their opponents,-the Advos, will set
a pace for them and It must be understood
that the winner will not be known until
this match ha been bowled.
FAST BASKET BALL WEDNESDAY
Chicago Team to Play in Omaha This
Lovers of the great Indoor game will be
favored with the opportunity to see two
biK games of basket bell at the Youpg
Men's Christian Association gymnasium In
Omaha Wednesday evening of this week.
The Chicago Institute and Training School
teom will meet the Young Men's Christian
Association Tigers In what should provo
to be the fastest and most exciting- Kame
of the season. The Tigers have the repu
tation of being one or the Htronffest teams
In this section of the country, but th y
will have to play gilt-edged ball In ordur
to hold down the fast ugcrriratlon fr;im
Chicago. As a preliminary the Omaha
High School quintet will line up aipalnn.
the Young Men's Christian Assocln ilnr.
Crescents. Both of these teams are. ft
the lucal high being In the front ra.ik of
NEW YORK,' Dec. M. -Captain Frank
Chance of Chicago leads atl National
league first basemrn In the averages for
the season of 19, as announced today.
With a percentage of .904 for ninety-two
games, he Is closely followed by Bransfleld
of Philadelphia, with a percentage of .9)0
for 13M games. Brldwell of New York,
with 145 games to his credit, and Hans
Wagner of Pittsburg, wlth 1.10, are tlod
with .940 per cent In the fielding aver
ages for shortstops. Hummel of Brooklyn,
played a perfect srore In seventeen games
as an outfielder, but Captain Clarke of
Pittsburg has rrobably the best average,
with 163 games played and a percentage
of .987. Oibsnn of Pittsburg caught ISO
games, more than any other catcher, and
had a fielding average of .983. Pittsburg
won In club fielding, with a score of .9M,
with the following ranking as they read:
Chicago, .961; Philadelphia, .961; Brooklyn.
.DM; New York, .954; Cincinnati, .962; St.
Lculs, .9ul, and Boston, .947. Camnlta of
Pittsburg has probably the best pitching
record, with forty-one gsmes played and a
percentage of .S06. Mathewson of New
York has the same averago, with thirty
seven games played.
Storke, who played with both Pittsburg
and St. Louis, tied Chance's fielding aver
age, but h played In only nineteen games.
Foltowjjur are th official fielding aver
ages of National league players who par
ticipated In fifteen or more championship
games during the season of l'X)9:
. FIRST BASEMEN.
Name and Club, U. PO. A. ETC.lt'.
Chinee, Chicago 92 !H 40 6 917 .9H4
Storke, Pllts-M. L la lib 7 1 1M .9J4
Uransiieid, Pnha lil Uil 89 16 Hi .(
Stem, Boston AM tii 62 8 726 ,9t
Autrey, liostun-Cln. ... 66 M 45 8 737 .9ist
Konetchy tst. Louis.. 162 lf4 97 26 17r; ,M
Teiiney, New Turk. . . . 96 146 "2 16 11.14 . Wo
Hummel, Brooklyn.... 64 6!2 16 8 6 .9Ni
Jordan, Brooklyn 95 til 29 17 9K3 .9s3
Hoblltsel, Cincinnati... 142 1414 74 28 1..40 .9H2
Al'stein, Pittsburg 136 1412 65 27 1(a:4 .HS2
Howard, Chicago W 51'3 32 13 63!S .M
Merkle, New Vork..., 7 0 625 27 18 6'W .78
Beck, Boston S3 3.W 18 9 SJ7 .976
Shean, Phila-Boston. .. SO
Hichey, Boston lib
J. B. Miller. Pittstturg.ljO
.g.in. Cincinnati uti
Hummel, Brooklyn.... 38
Z.innu.minn. Clilcuo.. SI
Ward, Philadelphia.... 48
Evkts, Clilcag 126
Doyle, New SCork 144
Knabe, Philadelphia.. 110
HUKKlns, Cincinnati... 3i
Alperman, Brooklyn. . .108
Starr, phlla-Boston.... 64
Charles, St. Louis-CIn 81
J. Delahanty, St. Louis 4S
M EN. .
2S8 240 18
65 62 6
21 4-i 34
271 876 M
66 106 9
66 55 7
68 77 8
2ti2 Vi4 88
292 iZi 39
2,1 312 36
70' 97 12
266 21)7 42
lt'3 140 18
K8 211 34
77 133 20
Mowrey, Cin-St.. Louis
Devlin New York....
tlets, Boston ,
Byrne, Pltts-St. Louis
Lobert. Cincinnati ,
121 167 210 18
1K4 310 22
16 39 3
18j 299 31
41 64 7
191 817 38
S2 81 8
26 28 4
214 269 37
182 204 33
Sweeney, Boston Ill 156
Barbeau, Pltts-St. L...12fl 165
Sliafer, New York 16 11
Abhatlcchlo, Pittsburg. 18 45
Stoi ke. St. Louis 44
Sweeney, Boston 24
brldwell, New York.... 145
Wagr-er, PittNburg 1;I6
Tinker, Chlougj 143
Dnolan, Philadelphia. ..147
llulswltt, at. Louis 0i
Charles. St. L.-Ctn 29
McMillan, Brook yn....l"3
Downey, Cincinnati 119
Coffee, Boston V3
Fletcher, New York.... 19
Hummel, Brooklyn 30
Ostoen, ft. Louis 16
Dahlen, Boston 49
Hummel, Brooklyn 17 83
A. C. Downey, Brook'n 19
Delnlnger, l'hiludeipiila 45
Clarke. Pittsburg loj
Joe Delahanty, St. L.. 63
1 Hi lies, clneintiati 67
Ostium, J'luladelpnla... 54
O' Ht.ra. New York Ill
Thomas, Boston 77
W. Miller, Cin.-l'lttsb'g 40
Titus, Philadelphia 149
Magee, Philadelphia 14$
Leach, Pittsburg 138
Beaumont, Boston Ill
iviakvrt, Cincinnati S2
Sehulto. Chicago 140
Seymour, New York.... 73
Sheckard. Chicago 148
Beck. Boston 65
Clement, Brooklyn 88
Ilofman, Chicago 153
Mitchell. Cincinnati. . . .145
Wilson, Pittsburg 164
Burch, Brooklyn 161
Ellis, St. LoUls 14a
2 pu io
3, 3 b2
2.JN .9. 4
686 , 9tW
27 1 00
303 . 9i"0
369 . 9.55
877 . 965
Besrher. Cincinnati 117 247 14 13 274
Wheat, Brooklyn 26 64 6 8 62
Bates. Phil. -Boston 133 2.-3 27 14 214
Sebring, Brooklyn 25 36 4 I 41
Ktistus. Bronklvn ... M 93 6 K ll
I.ninley, Brooklyn 62 83
Murray, New Vork 149 22
Evans. St. Louis 141 212
Stanley. Chicago 16 17
Shaw. St. Louis 92 189
Becker. Boston 153 222
Murphy. St. Louis 19 85
McCormlck, New York. 110 144
SnodgrasN. New York.. 31
Henog, New York SO 49
Hunter. Brooklyn 23 26
Name and Club. O. P(. A. R.TC.PB
A. Wilson, New Y.. 17 65 11 1 68
Gibson, Pittsburg. .. .160 665 1!'2 15 3
Mclan, Cincinnati. 95 879-119 11 6n
Hergen. Brooklyn.. ..112 4:16 ztr 11 ki6
, 52 18S
Myers, New York
Kchlel, New York.
Bresnahan. St. Louis 69 211
Archer, Chicago 80 40t
Phelps, St. Louis.... 83 33(1
Bliss. St. Louis 32 138
Marshall. Brooklyn.. 47 110
Dooln. Philadelphia. 140 617 199 40 7
Bowerman, Boston.. 27 122 S3 1? 117
Graham, Boston 76 193 111 22 32 i
97 8 26
39 6 177
46 8 212
26 4 115
71 17 464
S9 493 127 24 644
7-t 12 y i
97 21 6M
87 20 437
31 9 184
61 9 140
Records of those who have pitched in
centage of victories:
fifteen or more games, fielding and game won and lost, arranged according to per-
Name and Club. O.
Lec-ver, Pittsburg.... 19
H. Camnils, Pittsb'g. 41
Mathewson, N. Y 37
Adams, Pittsburg :5
M. Brown, Chicago. .50
Hlgglnb'm, St. L.-Ch.22
Pfiester, Chicago 29
Phllllppl, Pittsburg.. .22
I. eifield, Pittsourg. . ..32
Kroh, Chtoagu -.17
Willis. Pittsburg 39
Reulbach, Chicago. ...85
Wlltse, New Vork... .37
Gfifpar, Cincinnati... .44
Maddox, Pittsburg. .-31
Ccrrldon, Phila 27
Earle Moore, Phila.. .38
Ames, New York 34
Raymond, New York.39
Crandall, New York .30
Fromme,- Cincinnati. .37
W. D. Scanlan, Bkyn.19
Moren, 1'hilarJeiphia .40
Bell, Brooklyn 33
HiggiiiBSt. Louis. ...16
Richie. Phlla-Boston. .38
Pitched only two
T. F id H. IJ. O. P. O.O.W. L. Pet
.A. K. C. Pet B. B. St.W.T.Sh.
23 0 23 1.0U0 4 14 230008 1 .889
.63 2 74 .973 7 68 133 2 0 6 25 6 . 806
96 4 119 . 966 0 36 149 4 2 8 25 .806
S3 3 37 .919 8 ?3 66 1 0 8 12 S .8iH
83 3 104 .971 7 63 172 1 8 27 9 . 750
17 3 23 . 870 8 22 24 0 0 0 2 6 . 750
63 2 77 .974 6 49 73 3 1 5 17 6 .739
26 0 32 1.000 4 14 382018 S .727
53 8 62 . 952 6 64 43 1 0 8 19 8 . 701
87 1 44 .977 1 30 61 0 0 3 9 4 . 690
85 6 106 .963 4 83 96 4 1 4 22 11 .667
91 5 111 .956 11 82 106 4 0 6 19 10 . 655
69 3 84 . 964 8 80 206 11 0 20 11 .646
62 2 73 . 972 6 51 119 4 0 4 20 11 .645
66 3 61 .961 67 66 8 1 4 19 11 .633
64 2 62 . 968 15 39 56 2 0 4 IS 8 .619
70 4 82 .961 6 61 69 4 0 3 11 7 .611
64 6 70 .914 9 106 173 4 0 4 18 12 .611O
99 9 119 . 923 4 M 116 13 2 3 15 10 .6u0
66 9 103 .913 6 87 121 9 0 3 18 12 . 600
39 3 61 .911 8 33 66110 6 4 . 600
89 8 104 .923 3 101 126 6 0 4 19 13 . 591
33 1 34 . 971 4 66 72 4 0 2 8 7 . 533
46 5 69 .915 4 93 110 5 1 1 16 15 .516
81 6 97 .938 4 73 95 8 0 6 14 15 .611
20 0 24 1.000 1 17 16 3 4 0 8 8 .500
81 4 43 . 907 8 62 53 8 1, 2 8 8 . 600
Name and Club. O. O. A. E,
Enlng, Cincinnati. ....SI 7 42 8
Rowan, Cincinnati. . ..38 4 40 3
Sallee, St. Louis 82 7 63 8
McQuillan. Phila. ......41 8 66 0
Beebe, St. Louis 44 16 81 7
Mattern, Boston 47 21 100 10 131
Rucker. Brooklyn 38
Lush, St. Louis 84
Coveleskle, I'll i la... -24
Harmon, St." Louis. ..21
Sparks. Phlladelph a..24
C. Brown, Ph. -Boat. .26 11
White, Bosio i 23 6
Foxen. Phi. ad. Iphla..l8 6
Mclntlre, Hronklyn.-St G
Hunter, Brooklyn 16 5
Dubuc, Cincinnati 19 4
Maniuard, New York. 29 3
St. lKiuls..21 2
Brooklyn. ..22 3
Bos 1 on 36 10
Boston.. ..15 2
Raleigh, St. Louis.
Melter, St. Louis.
Tuckey, Boston 17 11
T. F id H.
. C. Pet. B.
67 . 860 6
60 .910 3
73 .959 6
64 1.000 1
103 .932 7
85 1.000' 3
42 . 929
B. O. P.
63 86 3
104 81 6
69 56 1
64 96 3
104 105 15
101 98 13
101 201 5
89 37 I
69 66 6
49 66 1
66 48 7
32 40 2
72 42 10
80 63 6
32 37 7
91 84 4
88 43 1
46 19 6
73 109 3
39 35 4
59 46 3
83 87 8
40 27 5
28 13 1
21 26 3
20 24 7
22 16 1
1 2 11
0 8 11
0 2 6
"As" I was saying before Garvin butted
In with them cobs!" quoth Pa Rourke,
"whether Omaha gets John Lower or
whether.. Denver gets him, will make no
difference, to me. 1 am going to have a
bail team that!' wUJ-cut some didoes In the
season 1910 Antid Domino. Oh. I'm not
-blowing I don't-ilo that but. J'm just giv
ing some of you fellows an advance up
ttiat the lines 'vve have out are coming In
loaded dowil with gam. At that. I'm not
saying a thing, against Lower, you under
stand; I !ike him, he's a good man and I
would be'" glad to ha'-e him back, but I
mecn that if I don't get him back I'll bo
all hooked anyway."
Cincinnati, from whom Pa borrowed
Lower, may sell him to Buffalo and Buf
falo may let him no to Denver.
Around the Corncob Fire
White Wings has drawn the sinews of
other wars from Denver and he evidently
thinks this Is tho one unfailing source.
But we expect to hear the morning after
election that .President O'Brien Is still In
Why not get Jeff and Gotch to box and
wrestle whlln at the. Auditorium, the night
of Jantfafjr "7?
Well, one thing, Billy Murray, the de
posed manager of Philadelphia, can ex
claim with Paul of old: "1 have fought a
good fight." But Billy, also like Paul, was
fighting against some dirty odds.
IS HE FERNINST UNCLE JOE?
Jadge Crawford sentences Man Soon
aa II Says He Shook Hand
I Judge Bryce Crawford, the police
court magistrate,' In sympathy with the
James Bedford, vagrani, sentenced to tall
for th theft of a pair of shoes, thinks
that h I the victim of political prejudice.
"I came her to out tee on Seymour
lake. My home I In Danville, III., and I
am Just an honest - vorktngman." urged
"Do you know Unci Joe Cannon T" In-yilr-d
Judge Crawford with a deceptively
blrnd smile, as h reaghed .for his trusty
pen. ' ...
"Sure, I shook hands with him onc"
rrpllrd Bedford, who wa about to get. a
"Thirty day for you,'' replied Crawford,
shoving the eomplalnt over to the clr
m-Uli an air of finality.
PILES CIKICD ISt TO 14 DAYS,
Paxo Ointment Is guaranteed to cure anv
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Pro
truding piles tn to 14 days or money re
ANOTHER TERM FOR BULLOCK
President Taft Will Reappoint Per
sonal Friend of Roosevelt aa
Vnlted States Marshal. .
WASHINGTON, Dee. 27. It was an
nouned at the White House today that
Beth Bullock, United States marshal for
South Dakota, Is to b reappointed for
another four year from January 13 next.
Bullock has been known as the close per
sonal friend of Theodore Roosevelt and his
reappointment Is said to be both a recog
nition of what he has done as Well as a
compliment to the former president.
Nobody la To Old
o leara that the sure way to cur a cough
or cold Is with Dr. King' New Discovery.
50o and 31 00. For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
aroTXKiais or oceax txamsxxfs.
These words dropped from Pa's e'oquent
mouth, acted like a match set to shavings
nnd the rest of the boys opened up. where
upon some secrets got out.
"Well, with Jim Kane back on first base,
Billy Fox on second and Skipper Bill at
third, I guess we won't have any lnflcld,
eh?" murmured Johnnie Clouding, In that
soft, sweet way of his.
John had Just dropped In to get his toes
"you say Kune, Fox and Schlpke will be
with us again next year?" chirped Dad
"Sure," rapllod Gondlng, "why?
"Thought they had been sold," rejoined
"There ain't money enough in the coun
try' to buy 'em right now," rejoined John,
as he squinted one eyo over toward Pa,
who wasn't saying a word.
The news is good news and it starts the
boys to betting.
"l' l bet my next season s wages that
Hollonb'iCk and King will both be back
with us." ventured Dan Butler In a burst
"Now, here, you guys cut out this tattling
right now, see?"
That's your Pa. And say, they cut It,
"i'll tell you when the time comes who Is
going to play on this team of 1910 pennant
winners and you guys can make money by
"President James C. McGlll of the Den
ver Base Bull club received a letter this
morning from Manager Jack Hendricks
coimrniing wie iuini i..u
man Dolan and Pitcher Jack Lower from
Cincinnati. According to his statements
Dolan Is a wonder, having led tho Wis
consin league In batting and fielding last
year, and e-osting tile Cincinnati manage
ment $2,600. Lower, a former oiuar.a,
twiner, was allowed to coino to Deliver
thiough courtesy of the Reds.
"ilei'drlcks' letter announces the sale 01
Jack 2,alusky to the Wilkes-Barre, Pa
club but it Is doubtful if the former
drizzly cutch-sr will report there. The
sale of Zalusky and the investigation of
tlia record ot Tom Stankard, lust year's
second baseman, may prevent the cou-su.-iimatiou.of
a deul which had been en
tered Into with the Lincoln club of the
Western league for the purchase by th
NebraskaiiB ot Zalusky, Uiilen and
Siankard. Manager Fox ot the Bryan town
team recognized in the trio a veluaole set
ot players, und he was anxious to annex
'It was the intention of Manager Hen
dricks to atul all tniee. but he lias learned
nothing but good or Tom Standard, wiuu
in tho east, and he probabiy will nold 01.
to tins Heavy nmer. -.iuy ou umci. . -
recognizeo as 111 di cibpd m., w,. wc
of difficulty had by last year's Denver
manuuemenl witn the piayeis tney win be
ulHposed of. ......
"Siankaid probably will be placed In t.ic
outfield. He did not make much of a
success In the center uaraen uu11.11, me
close of last season, but with some prac
tice In the art of Judging and catching
flies he sliould irove a good fielder. His
suck work will be a Dig help to the
"The decision to Keep .-Manaara means
that beven of lasi year s players will re
turn. The others are Llndsey, Maag, Hart-
II1UI1, l I1UI1IJU.I. v nao.uj v . ..wv .
Catcher Haas and Pitcher Knolls, who it
WaS expecitsu WUUIU ur Kanu it-,",.,
have been dropped, It is said." Denver
Miller of Michigan and Dr. Ciok mlsht
firul somethirg in common, botu having
been repudiated by a university.
A friend of Pierre, S. D.. thinks the Na
tloial league Is getting om unjust
criticism tntse days. National league or
what league, syndicate base ball Is
rotten base ball and will If let go ruin
tha game. No matter about Ban Johnson's
personality. H Is running the American
i'ague on a higher level Just now than
Murphy, Brush, et al. are running the Na
tional. A players' strlk In the extension of the
schedule from 164 to 168 games Is now
hrened about, probably not by players,
Mister Ooorg Tebeau la resting up and
gaining strength In Denver for his attack
on pri-sldent O'Brien of th American as
sociation, whom h has sworn to unseat.
is Knocked Out
By Bill Lang
Veteran of Ring Put Up Game Fight
for Twelve Bounds, Bat Suc
cumbs to Uppercut.
SYDNEY, N. S. W 27.-B111 Lang,
the Australian heavyweight, knocked out
Bob fitzsimmons in the twelfth round of
their fight at Rush Cutter's Bay stadium
today. The fight waa evenly contested up
to the last round, when Lang forced Flts
slmmons to the ropes, knocked him down
with a right hand-, blow to tho Jaw and.
when he rose, sent him to the floor sense
less from a right hand uppercut.
Fitzsimmons Had hot appeared in the ring
in Australia since he left her for the
United States many years ago-and when
he climbed through the ropes today he wai.
given an enthuuiah'.i reception. The vet
el an looked to be in splendid condition
after his long period of preparation for to
Hie tignt opened rather tamely, Lang
showing his extreme nervousness. He was
freely hooted for holding In the clinches
and frequently butting hla opponent and
refusing to break clean. Fitzsimmons, 011
Hie conliary, fought cleanly and quickly
became the lavorite with the crowd.
As tha light progressed Lang regained
coi:fldcnc and lorced the puce, but Fitz,
snnmoiis cleverly evaded ii.s rushes and
frequently lunded clean blows on tne fact,
ana body. In a hot rally in the eleventh
round Fitzsimmons cut Lang's right ev
severely with a left hand punch.
vt hen the twelfth and lust round opened
Lang rushed Fitzsimmons through the
ropes and floored hltn with a rignt hanu
s lng. Fltijliniiionk took th count of nine
ana rose giogsy, Lang was at him fiercely
as soon as ha regained his feel, ballerina
Hie tottering veteiau about the ring. Hu
fuceu 1' liioiinnions against the ropes and,
wlui a nard right uppercut on th jaw, sun',
in in uuvwi and out.
LaiiaC was a strong favorite In the bel
ling at od-s of 1 lo it. ilis weight was an-
.oum.o at 16a pounua, while Fuzsimuiout
gave Ins at lu pounus. Arthur Scott waa
me referee. The weather was warm anu
U iaai spectator w!iuebeu the tlgnt.
dieted that Jeffries would have little
rouble in. winning the fight,,
OldfieldT Cots Record.
LOS ANGELES, Cal Dec. 26. Barney
Oldfleld established a new world's recurd
for fifteen miles on a circular track today
at Ascot park. Driving his 120-horse power
Benz, Oldfleld reduced the record of 13:67,
made by Ralph DePalma, to 13:42H. Old
field was an easy winner In the five-mile
race with Ben Kerscher, driving a Dar
racq, his time being 4:47. ' '
, i St. Yves Wins By-Yard. " j
SEATTLE, Wash.,' Dec. ' 26 Henry St.
Yves, Marathon champion of the world,
defeated John Marsh, Canadian champion,
By a yard In a fifteen mile match race to
day. . St. Yves' time wa 1:38:47.
Line From Chicago
Sleeping Car to
Lvs. Chisago 8:50 p. m. daily
- Yla Cincinnati and LIN.
Art. ATLANTA 10:00 P.M.
Ars. MALUi 1:26 A.M.
Are. TIFTON 4:28 A.M.
Ars. JACKSONVILLE! 8:46 A.M.
Dining Car Servioo
Return service through from Jacksonville
to Chicago dally over am rout.
Vor Vartlonlar Address,'
W. II. ROWLAND,
Tray. Pass. Agent, Omaha,
JOHSSO'U VHAK AM CHAMPION
Colored Fighter Celebrate First At
ulversarjr of Ills Victory.
CHICAGO, Dec. 26. Jack Johnson, the
nov v.eigni pugiluuc ctia.nipioii oi me
wonu, ceicoiaieu nei toduy me first an
lueeisaiy oi ma succession lo the titie, by
a liouc-warming in ins dome ne has pre
sented to his mother. It was jual una
ear ago today thai Johnson knocked out
lummy Burin, in tne fourteenth round of
ti.tir cuauipiuiittiilp battle at Hushcuitera
uay, near nuney, N. a. W and won the
Talking of his coming fight with James
J. Jeffries, was postponed by the cham
pion, uutll he had carved a turksy and told
about his failure to get turkey after his
fight with Burns and how ho mad hi
unainplonshlp dinner on a pig.
After the dinner Johnson said he was
curtain the forthcoming fight with Jef
fries would be staged at Sap Francisco In
stead of Salt Lake City and announced
that he would pitch his training camp
at Oceanvlew, Just outside of Han Fran
cisco. Juhnson also announced that "Gun
boat" Smith, a Pacific coast heavyweight
would be one of his training partners.
Former ohamplon, James J. Corbett, who
is seheduiesd to be one of Jerrnes training
partners wa In Chicago today. He pre-
"Notloe the' imilii
oa Omaha man to
day t Tbr-t' becanae
of the 'Trust Buster
cigar tbsy rot for
- Oiristma. Ooo(
smok getting bat
ter all the time, too.
Central Cigar Store
. 321 South 16th Strict.
P. O. Caldwell
Breeder of TIIOKOi;HBKKI BAR
PLVMOCTH ltOCK A!
PIT OAMK CHICKF.NS
Stuck and Kkks for Halo in Season
Office 401 N. 24th Street,
... SOUTH OMAHA, NEB.
APPLICATION FOK LllttOH LICUNSQ
NOTICE MATTER ' OF APPLICATION
of Fred Luta tor Liquor licmj. Notice
Is hereby given that rud Luts did upon
the imii day of December, A. JJ. 1V09, rile
his application lin tne Board of Fire
and Police commissioners ot Omaha for
license to aell man, spirltuoua and vinous
liquors at No. 611 North 16lh street. Third
ward, Omaha, Neb., from the 1st day ot
January, luio, to the 1st day of January,
111. If there b no objection, remon
lianos or protest filed within two weeks
from the 27th day of December, A. D. lsu,
the said license will be granted. FHhJu
LUTZ. Applicant. til
NOTICE MATTER OF APPLICATION
of Mrs. Elisabeth G. Lucke for Permit
to sell Liquor as a Druggist. Notice Is
hereby given that Mrs. Elisabsth U. Luke
did upon th 2th day of December. A. D.,
liMU, filu her application to the Board of
Fire and Police Commissioners of Omaha,
for permit to -sH snail, spirituous and
vinous liquors, as a Druggist, for medic
inal, mechanical and chemical purposes
only, at No. tot Pierce street. First ward,
Omaha, ' Nebraska, from the 1st dy of
January, 1110, to th 1st day of January,
bell. If ther be no objection, remon
strance or protest filed whhln two weeks
from December If, A. D, 1U09, the sxld
S arm It will be granted. MRS. ELIZABETH
I. LUCKE, Applicant. D27
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imi i far rr nrWaT
NOW OPEN .
All Day. and Evening
Admission, 25 cts. and 15 cts.
mXX&JiJBCiliiUMA taWUfll'l II Uti UltfgSi
f3A VPTV rvsning. lEc-rro.
J'" A A Daily Mat, I80-6C
TWK'K DAILY, ALL tot-.KH, t loln
Krltlny MRit, KICK A ll.AKTOVS
Big GAIETY Co.
Kxtravaganin and Vaudeville.
Just the Hliow for Holiday Week.
Ladies' Dim Mat Dally at 1:15.
Next Bun. ( Day) Clark' Aunawsy Olrla
BOYD'S I -TOMItSHT
Katlneea Wedneaday, Thursday, Saturday.
Henry W, fvivnue otitis
THE FtlEftnY WIDOIV
Next Sunday TIat MX7AFXTT,
Sally Matinee, 8:15 Every Evening, 81IS
Tills week V ulerle Bergere, Tuscany
Troubadours, Stelltng and ltevell. Town
Hall Mlnstrrlis Charlene and I'linrleno,
Mls Violet King, Meyers and llosa, The
Klnodrome anil The Orpheum Conceit
Orchestra. Iriosa lOo, B& and 50c
15c, Boo, 60O, 76c
TONUilii iMt ApiH-ariuice,
THE QUEEN of tho '
APPLICATION POll LltiUU LICUNSU
NOTICE MATTER OF APPLICATION
of Ldwaid J. JLiauor (or Liquor License.
Notice is lieruLf given thai Udward J.
Bauer did upon the UUi day of December,'
A. D. laotf, tile nis application with the
Board of County Commissioners ot Doug
las county, Neoruska, lor a license to suil
malt, spirituous and vinous liquors, at 4tn)l
CJ street, Douglas county, Nebraska, from
the first uay uf January . IHIO, to Hie tirsi
day uf January, lull, if tnere be no ob
jection, remonstrance or protest filed
within two Weeks troni the lull day of
December, A. u. lixje, tne suid license will '
be grunted. LUWAhti J. UAUJ3.K, Ap
plicant, 'n- DeeH
NOTICE MATTER OF APPLICATION
ot bcnaeier s Cut Pri' tt Drugi btuies lor
fur Permit to .Soil liquor as uurugg,..
JNouuu is Hereby given that acliaetcr s cut
Price Drug stores did uuoti ui lutn uuy
of December, A. D. Lm, tut) Us application
10 the Jjoaiu uf tne aDa j'once e.oininitt
sioiihis uf Umana, fur permit lu sen mait,
spirituous ana vinous uquoiu, as a drug
gist, lor medicinal, mechanical and chemi
cal purposes 'oiny, at Nu. AH Aui'in loin
street, Fourth ward, Uinana, Nebrauka,
trom the in si day uf January, lmu, to the
first day of January, lull, it theru be 110
objection, remonstrance or protest filed
within two weeks iruiaj tne Lin. clay uf
December, A. U. lWi, life said penult will
be gi anted. bUliAcJIi'KH i V ti' 1'rtiCU
Dltcu hTORiia, m. T. late, PreiildeiK.
NOTICE MATTER , OF, APPLICATION
uf U. H. Vvlrui tor Permit lu beil Liquor
as a' Druggist. Notice is htireeby given elm I
U. 11. WiiLn did upon tne lata uuy of De
cember, A. D., Ijij, tile me application
with the Board of Fire ana Police Com
missioners uf Omaha or permit to sell
malt, spirituous and vim ., liquors, as a
druggist, fur medicinal, ..coi.anlcal ana
cheiuloai purposes only, ai No. MM North
0th street. Eleventh ward, Umaha, Ne
braska, trom the firsi day uf January, 1V10,
to the first day of January, 11)11. If there
be no objection, remonstrance or protest
filed within two weeks from the - 16th
day of December, A. D., 1&U, the suid per
mit will be granted. O. U. WiKTH, Ap
NOTICE MATTER . Or- APPLICATION
of Jacob M. liehrlg for liquor license.
Notice is hereby given that Jac b M. Ue.i
rig uid upon the lMh day of. December, A.
D. IWJ, tile his application with u.e ma, or
and council of ne city of ti non, is en.,
fur llcenno to aell malt, spirituous and vlu-
It. .ii. .,-.4 lit V',, .itM M ililuru u, umi.. 1...
Wm 1 . . . V . . .w. UTO ....... .. ,O.IMU, U,
12, block v, First wurd, Benson, Neb., iruiu
. .. 1. .J.... t.9 I ..t.t.n .... 1 .1,1 ... . ... ......
uio unj oa januoi .. , jjxv, to uie Aai oa
of January, 1V11. If there oe no objection,
remonstrance or prdtest filed wkhln two
nrcni iijio iu ib; unv ui dauuai,v, A. LJ.
llfOO, the said llcensj veil be granted.
L ftin JI I ' u ll 11 IO A.,.l.n..n I HE
NOTICE MATT,rt OF APPLICATION
of John Hoist tor ferniit to dell Llquur
as a Druggist. Notice Is hereby given mat
John liolst did upon tne le'li duy uf De
cember, A. D., llKftt, file ins application with
tne iiuard of Firu and Ponce Commis
sioner uf Oniahu tor permit to sell malt,
spirituous and vinous liquors, as a drug
gist, fur medicinal, mechanical and chem
ical purposes only, al No. tU4 North ISm
street, Eighth ward, Omaha, Nebraska,
from the tirst day uf January, lblu, tu the
first day uf January, lull. If therev be 11J
. i,.t :.ti i'aiii.iiikiiuiii'U or :!'nluul fll.l
wiihiu two v. nek- Hum tne lbtn duy uf
December, A. D., lifJJ, tne said permit will
be granted. JOHN HOLiiT, App.ic.mt.
NOTICK MATTER OF APPLICATION
of Ueorge Cooney for Permit to sell
Liquor as a Druggist. - Notlcu U hereby
given that Oeorge Cooney did upon tho
Mti day of December, A. D., 1JU0, (lie his
application to the Board of Fire and Police
Commissioners of Oinalio. fur permit l
sell malt, spirituous and vinous liquors.
a Druggist, fur medicinal, mechanical and
Chemical purposes only, at No. 222S Ho. ltilh
street, Uecond ward, Omaha, Nebraska,
from th 1st day of January, 1110, to the
1st day of January, lull. If there be no
objection, remonstrance or protest filed
within two weeks from the 23d day of De
cember, A. D., Wa the ssld permit will be
granted. GEOROE COONEV, Applicant,
NOTICE -MATTER OF APPLICATION
of W. H. McKlnsie for Liquor License.
Nctlc 1 hereby given that W. H. Mc
Klnsie, did upon the lth day of December,
A D.. lloO. file his application with the
Board of Fir and Ponce Commissioner
of Omaha, for llconse to sell mall, spirit
uous and vinous liquors, at No. till North
lbth stieet, Third ward, Omaha, Neb.,
fit in ins first day of January, 1910, to tha
first day uf January,' lait, . if there be no
uLjectlon, remonstrance or protest filed
waliln two weeks Irfim the L,th day ot
December, A. D., 11. the said Hcensei will
be granted. W. H. McK.IN7.lE, Applicant.
NOTICE MATTER OF APPLICATION
uf William llsriuianu for liquor license.
Notice is hereby given thai V illlam ll.irl
uiann did ubon the 13th day of December.
A. D. 1MJ0, file bis application Willi tne
iiuard ot county cuiiim.ssioiieis 01 uoug
las county fur license to aell mall, spirit
uous and vinous-liquors at northwest corner
Fitty-fuurth and Lincoln avenus, Douglas
pre-clnct, Douglas cuunty, Neb., from the
1st day of January, Dlu, to the 1st day of
January, lull. If there be nd objection, re
munxuancu or protest filed within two
Aeeks from tie 13th day of December, A.
D. liHIO, the said lloense will be granted.
WILLIAM UARTMANN. Applicant. DU
NOTICE MATTER OF APPLICATION
of Haratuga Drug Co., H. C. Lane, Man
ager, fur Permit lu Mell Liquor as a Drug
gist. Notice is liuieby given that the
baratoga Drug Co., H. O. Lane, manager,
did upun tha 17tb day of Deeumbor. A. D.
luos. file lu application lo tlis Hoard of
Fir and police. Commissioners of Omaha,
for permit to sell malt, suliituous srd
vinous liquor; 'a a druggist, for medi
cinal, mechanical and chaiulusj purposes
only, at No. 2408 Ames tveniM. Twelfth
ward, Omaha, Nebraska, from the first
day of January, iio, 10 ine rirsi aav 01
January, 1111. If there be no objection, re
monstrance or protest filed within two
wesks irom me ti tn pay ot jjacemoer.
A. u. iww. ens saia permit win .oe ai"1'
SARATOGA DRUG CO.. 11. C. Lane. Ma
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