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Cor nhuskers Working Hard to Beat Jayhawkers; Athletics Wake Philadelphia
VAKS11V W.ili'S FIERCELY
Kamas Tot. Scarlet and Cieam Hopes
DOANE WILL -AO: AS OPENER
Mk Wtpr, IJtrnrnloa tu l.mtHM
i,.tlci Plie,- nad limnlne Battle
for tiore ami C.lory
l.i:- 'Oi..V Not).. Oct. 21. (.-special.
i'r.im no on until after the Kansas game.
;' e ('"rnh'uaker squad will hlvf the longest
l.vilt-st i t J t i c o( ti e n-ai n. The mm
will bp Kep: mi Jump until darkness
prevents further work and there will be
I'll eaSif.ff up.
If Kenned.- had a scout cn the sicie line
luring tin- ;at)ii between Nebraska and
Henver, he -did not learn much of the Corn
liuskcr oftense lor Cole had Instructed
Warner t i- us nothing hut straight foot
ball jtiii-y il wan absolutely necessary.
The llitlp uirli : l ack cheytd instructions
and as tln Nebraska harkflPld were (hie to
KBtn through tlio Denver line almost at
will, ;hn VriiliusUM a illd not uncork any
t-f thp tricks that C .le hat devised. The
CnrnhuKkrr cl Ir e1 fix forward passes,
mid three fa ke' shifts.
long ciimniasw will l-e held heliii
1 c ! iluuix In prepurat'on for the CupM
et . The ( 'orn liusKev mentor ha liol re
sorted lo r'iPt practice except on two oc
casions during tlie first four game hut
Ui (vnrl; Ir.jru now i n will he d ine behind
t losed wales.
All of the rurnhu.xkei siu'.d. with the
exception of I'.liiott. lo in excellent chape.
Minor lias nearly recovered from the
sprain st;r-lainid cat-lie,- In the seuson and
which nitMle Ills playing difficult. Lcfgren
la troubled tii k 1 1 1 1 ' with a bad foot, but
thin in also heaiiri"; rapidly. I lornbei ger's
hand Is v c!l and (:.. Frank's sprained
wrlit h;is hi- tided. Kllloit will probably
b.) out of the Kansas name. Harmon, who
has been playing tb! gumxl position, played
strong fc.ttnc. snrf the veteran will have
lo work to icpiucii him when 111 h collar
The gninn v. lib lonne way bring aur
piisrs, bul Cole, expettla to wiUlop the Con
grcgntioiialists by a big score. I'oane nit
unable lo -core ugai.nst f'ei u and the Corn
liu-kers nulktd sver I'eru without any
difficulty. do a not Intend to take
viuv cliiiiii and will Marl the regulars
A 5Y5TEMIC BLOOD DISEASE
Catarrh is not merely an affection
of the mucons membranes; it is a
deep-seated blood disease in which the
entire circulation and greater part of
the system are involved. It is more
commonly manifested in the head,
nose and throat, because of the sensi
tive nature of these membranes, and
also because they are more easily
reached by irritating influences from
the outside. The symptoms of Ca
tarrh, such as a tight feelinjr in the;
head, nose stopped up, throat clogged
and dry, hackhtg'couglt, etc, show
that the tiny blood vessels' of the mu
cous membranes are badly congested
and inflamed from the impurities in
the circulation. To cure Catarrh per
manently the blood must be purified
and the system cleansed of all un
healthy matter. Nothing equals
S. S. S. for this purpose. It attacks
the disease at its
head, goes down
to the bottom of
the troubl and
and lasting cure
the blood. Then
heal, the head is cleared, breathing
Mcoiues natural and easy, the throat
a no lotijitr clogged, and every nn
ileasant symptom of the disease dis
ppears. S. s. S. is the greatest of all
lood purifiers, and for this reason is
he moot certain cure for Catarrh,
look on Catarrh and medical advice
ree to all who write.
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In the game (Saturday. Me will a'ao give
the substitutes a workout.
The Kansas, excursion la the mot talked
of event of the year, and hundred of stu
dents are preparing lo accompany the
team to Lawrence.
All Seem to Think that the Best
Team Won the World'i
They went out with the highest of spirits
and hopes built on those fated Cuba, but
they returned. It Is only neoeseary to state
that It was an awful job to find any kind
of a fan who had gone to Chicago to see
the serleH-and who n for the Cubs.
Tragically all the Omaha fans returned
to Omaha Monday and all of them gave the
same r canon for the defeat, "Just outplayed
by the Athletics."
"The Cubs v.eie not a match for the
Philadelphia bunch," raid Arthur Metz.
"(Some baseball ciilica think that old age
of the Cubs, compared to that of the
Athletics was the cause of It. Certainly
the Athletics outgrneralled the Cubs."
Others were of the opinion that the lens
of Johnny Kveri In the Infield had created
an Insecure feeling that was hard to over
come even with Zimmerman on the bog.
Cieat praise was heard from all aides on
the base tunning of Collins, everyone giv
ing him credit for being one of the speed
iest men In base ball.
IMayers Well Paid
in World's Scries
Each Man Carriei Away Check for
! Thousand Dollars Chance's Fine
Paid from Funds.
CHICAGO, Oct. l'4.-Ti-.e only consolation
.Manager Cliar.ce and his players of the
local National leaguers got out of the
world's setiea was in the dlvUlon of the
recelpta, which occurred this afternoon.
Each of the players carried away a check
for I,13.i. Ara Williams and Trarner BImons
j were voted in for full ahareM of the
melon. A rine or f2o0 assessed against
Chanco for disputing a decision waa found
to have been added to his expulsion from
Uic grounds during Thursday's game. This
was paid from the loser's share before the
"WHt up" of the money.
PARK IN FAST CONTEST
Parka Kali Before Speed - Attack mt
it-tors by Score ( Elerest
out at Florence yeMerday afternoon,
about ww eninusiastiu loot ball iaua wu
ticsaed me inula loot ban yuau tnrasn
me Moniuoutn ram eleven to m tune oi
il to ti. notn teams piayeu up-to-date tooi
bai., and tue crovu .a welt pteasea wim
me conieat. utany p.aya oi a mrlluna
viiaiacter were puued oil oy noin eieve.iin,
me lorrtaiu pans being th cniel grouna
(.alner. me monniouih r'arks won the
own and' chose to aeiend trie sduth goat,
wuigiey kJuKexi oil ior- fiuy-nve yards,
aeaiou returned the leather egg about fif
teen yards. Alter two attempts to gain
ine Monnioutn 1-arka were torced to kick,
olover booted the pigskin over the back
field men, the ball being recovered on the
ten-yard line. 'Hie oletaes punted out of
danger. 'Ihen the Parks worked a pass,
teaion to Carlson, for twenty yards. Oleti
held. The Olets walked up the field by
line plunges and end runs to the three
ard line, where the Parks held and then
punted out of danger. The rest of the
quarter waa about evenly played.
in the second quarter no score was made
but tne Uietr, aiiuad had the best of the
argument. The Parks made the longest
,a.n or the uay when through a forward
pass rteaton to Carlson the latter went
nilv ards, being downed by vtulglev on
ihe twenty-flve-yard line. Thla was the
nearest the Parks came to scoring with the
one exception when they booted over the
back tieio. In the third quarter the
Kiets Kara got busy and, a:ier the kick
off, by successful forward passea, worked
the ball up th field to the thirty-yard line,
where Rose made a pretty pass to Qulgley,
who, after dodging a trio of tackier, went
twenty yards for a touch-down. Goal
By a aeries of line piungea in the third
quarter, coupled with end runs and a
couple of cleverly executnd forward passes
the Diets brought the ball to the four-yard
line, where ft. Charles went through the
Una for a touchdown. Rose kicked goal.
The IHets started on the twenty-yard line
after the kick off and worked the ball up
the field on eight consecutive forward
passes from Hose to James. Murphy and
Qulgley to the twenty-yard line, where
time was called Ritchey, Kennelly, Col
lins, St. Charles and O'Connor did great
work on the defense. Glover, Carlson.
Seaton and Hansen were the particular
stars for the Parka. Next Kunday the
Oleta team play the Shamrocks at Vinton
Ntreet park. The lineup:
81. I kirtai
....U.H: U B
....U.B. L B.
Referee: Young of Creighton. Umpire:
Morrow, ex-Michigan. " F'lnld Judge; Mor
gan, ex-Wlscoiieln. Head Uuesman:
MKJt( HAT I, ONE . TO ALL-STARS
Last Casue af srassa RessiUe la Tits
The Council Fluffs All Stars defeated
the Council Bluffs Merchants in the last
game of the season, 3 to 1. to an exciting
game Sunday afternoon. The score:
C. 8. ALL BTAKS. C. B. MfH HAMS.
AB.H.OA.K ASH OA It
Sanoln, If . a 0 M Gibaon. as alio
Phillips, is.. I i Otiott, el 4iio
kyia. -b 111 0 Mln.rua. lb I t 1 J
S'hiiotdor, Ik 4 I K. Glbsofl. t t 14 11
K-.nnn-r. c. 3 It t savors, rl 1 1 1 t
Robinson, aa. I 1 1 I 1 Hombach, p. I 4 o
fotsraon, r(. t 1 SWabl, )...,! 0
Bjyns. c!... I 8 SDvo-rt ir a a i a
Haitian, p... 4 1 II Hull, c t 1 1
Tula M I J! 14 1
Tout X 4 II II 1
failed for Wahl in ninth.
C. H. All Stars...;. 01001 02
C. H. Merchants,.. 0 I 0 0 u 0 I
Two-Uw bus; Phillips, Goff. Stolen
bases: Phillips (21, Kl Ct), Kranmger.
K. liilwon. Kvers. Sacrifice hits: Peter
son. Kveis (Si. Hombach. Bases on balls:
off Hansen. 3; off Hombach. I Struck
out: iv Hansen, 10. by Hombach, r.
Main: Honibacli. Kirat base on errors:
Meicr.aiits. 1. Left on babea: All Star.
!prbattls. . : Time: 1:J. Cinoire;
Kia.-ane of Omaha. Scoier: Sam K. Urn.
A I tendance. Cm).
i.ralia t'arrl-r naraerl.
lUXI'TII. Mtnn., Oct. 14 -The steamer
I.argliaui, :nO fet long. oned by tike Ju.m
I. Aditnia curtipany nf Detroit, an., witli a
grulii isriylng record, burned to tlie stater's
iii ott Koweenaw Point. Sunaay aft-r-noon.
No Unalls of tue rescue of the crew
cave bp-Ti rei oived
0. II. S. TEAM NOW CRIPPLED
Klopp, Underhill and Andrns Tempo
rarily Out of Game.
NOT IN PRACTICE THIS WEEK
I. labels r'pareal Hrrauae Omaha Weak
la Opea Game, lleflrleaey Being
Shown la Shenaadoah
Walter Klopp, Harold rnderhlll and
Harold Andrua. three star players on the
Omaha High school team, will be unable
to practice thla week, and It Is doubtful
whether they will be In condition to play
In the game with Lincoln next Saturday.
Andrus. who made the two touchdowns in
the game with Shenandoah Saturday after
roon. is still suffering from the game.
Klopp and Cnderhlll, while not seriously
In lured, nre so bruised that they cannot
practice. Coach Burnett is pU:as?d w:th
the outcome of the last game, but feels
that the Omaha team will have to take a
decided brace to win from Lincoln. Shenan
doah excelled Omaha In the opon plays
and forward passes and every year Lin
coln has Just such a team. Iast season
Lincoln demonstrated Itself an able ex
ponent of the forward pass and success
fully worked many trick plays. Omaha's
line this year Is strong and steady, and its
main strength lies in this In case cither
Klopp. I'nderhlll or Andrus does not play
Omaha will be seriously crippled. Mr.
llurntt will try members of the reserve
squad for these positions and in Rny case
will work the team to Its fullest extent.
The second team will play out of town
Saturday. It is scheduled to play Spring
field at .Springfield. Saturday's game in
spired confidence In the players and by
the end of the week they will develop Into
a last team.
High School Team Faces Hard Work
out for Game Against
After the glorious victory of 'the Omaha
High Kchool team over the Shenandoah
team last Saturday afternoon the local
team will be put through a hard practice
by Coach Burnett all week. All the local
fans are well pleased with the result of the
game, as Omaha played much better than
in the game with York. Lincoln has al
ways had the reputation of having the best
) high Hchoo! team In the state.
friendly relations have always existed
between the two schools, but on the grid
iron the two teams always fight a hard
game. Last year Omaha lost to Lincoln
on Lincoln's own field by the score of
to S. The game was decidedly close and
lnterestlnf throughout. Lincoln plays an
open game, and la excellent in the forward
passes and trlok plays. October 16 Lincoln
beat Hastings, 42 to 0, and last Saturday
it won from Ida Grove, 17 to 0. Ida Grove
has always bad a fast team and-waa one oi
the. best teams In Iowa last year. This
victory for Lincoln clearly' shows tTiat tk'e
local team will probably -have the hardest
game Saturday It will have this season.
Many of last year's stars are on the Lin
coln team again, including the Mann
brothers and Hugg. The Manns are the
star on the Lincoln team and are perhaps
the best players on any high school team
in the state. The local team, wlU, how
ever, send their best men to Lincoln and
a number of subeUtutes, Manager Cams
received word Saturday noon that Mana
ger Eager of the Cornhuslter team would
reserve a special stand for the Omaha
rooters, provided there were at least 150.
Accompanying the team and the rooters
will be the high school band. With the
present enthusiasm of the Omaha rooters,
there will no doubt be more than the da
sired number for the stand.
Lincoln's lineup for the game will be:
Raton, right end; D. Westover, rlghi
tackle; Rlppett, right guard; Milts, renter;
C. Mann, left end; Collins, left tackle; Mc
Cormlck, left guard; L. Mann, quarter
back; Hugg and llartmao, right halves;
Doyle, fullback. ....
Waterloo T earn
South Omaha Players Take Contest by
Score of Five to Nothing at
The South Omaha Snamrocks played
their first foot ball .match since the re
organization of the team yesterday after
noon at Vinton park and had the call
over Waterloo by i to 0. It waa a fairly
even game up to the last quarter, which
was opened by vigorous play by Milieu
and O'Brien following Waterloo's klckoff.
MllleU, getting away with the ball for
fifteen yards, transferred to r'agan, who
was responsible for the only score of the
game. In his effort the speedy quarter
had the help of Jack Fitzgerald. O'Brien,
Pagan (captain), and Mlilelt starred for
the Shamrocks and the Wagners and
Sturfer for Waterloo. Following Is the
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UT.I . K ...
K.T.I H g...
H K.i L T...
vi a Iq.b ....
L.H U.I L.li B.
H.H H . It. H.B
in the second period Kd Fitzgerald wan
used as left tackle, Jack Fitzgerald us
(luarterbauk and Mlllett as right end.
Next Sunday -at the same place the
Shamrocks will meet the Dietz team of
Cnifcha. There haa been several tusvels
between them In thu pant and the South
Omaha combination Is deslroua of having
an early trial for supremacy.
-RAT" SAVES WOMAN'S LIFE
lerre, g, U., 4ilrl Thrown from
Horse on Head Hair Ilreaaluar
. I'rtltsli Isiurt.
PIERRE. B. D.. 4 let. 24. t Spec :1.)-Misa
Fay lUrdii g -of this city probably owes
her life to the "rat" she waa wearing yes
terday, -ihen she was thrown from a
bucking iiue and struck upon her bead.
1 be young lady bad Just started for a
hrneback rid-, when the animal secured
for the occasion began to buck and soon
threw Mli-s Harding heavily, slit; striking
fairly on her head and stunning ht-r so thai
she was unconscious fur seeiul hours.
She was cairieil into a nearby resilience
w he: e h len ainsl until t.ir cuugi recov
ered to be tul.en t her honiv. The physi
cians in attendance say the hair dressit,
gaved tier from en tout Injuiy at least, and
probably sa.ad her l!f-
McCoy Makes Several Changes in
Line Up for Coming Game with
The big game of the college league sea
son will be played Friday afternoon at
I'nlverslty Place by Pfllevue and Wesleyan.
The Wesleyan eleven is strong, and Coach
McCoy of Btfllevue Is much worried ovee
the. outcome. The easy victory over the
Tabor eleven Saturday somewhat demoral
ized Bellevue nd over-confldemce has re
sulted. Yesterday's practice was highly unsatis
factory to McCoy who found It necessary
to make shifts in the line up to remedy
certain weaknesses. Clabaugh, right half,
whose work ha- not been up to the stan
dard has been replaced by Don-den, a aub
who haa been showing up well. Mastln, a
big fast man, Is being worked at Jones'
end. The team is materially weakened in
practice by the absence of Johnston, quar
terback, who will be gone th entire week,
taking the preliminary Rhodes scholarship
examinations Maxwell Is running the
team In his absence, and while hla work is
g'od. it lacks the snap that characterizes
Johnson's play. .
A large delegation will accompany the
team to t'nlverslty Place, as this is Belee
vue's big (tmt. The work of the team this
week la being anxiously watched y Belle
vue supporters, and while present Indica
tions are not hopeful owing to various
changes and the crippling of Primrose,
left In. a close score la practically certain.
First in Bowling
at St. Joseph
Omaha Team Wins Inter-City Contest
with Score of fl,426 for
ST. JOSKPH, Mo., Oct. 24. (Special Tel
egram.) In an lnter-clty bowling content,
held here yesterday and today, the "Fa
mous Mets Bros." team of Omaha won
first with a score 6f 8.42S for six games.
Des Moines, Kansas City and St. Joseph
were the other contesting c'.tles. Follow
ing is the total scores:
Mets Bros, Omaha B.42B
Bull Durhams, lies Moines d.3hi
Columbian, St. Joseph , b,45
Dick Bros.. Kansas City 6.2.3
Kiunswlck-Balke. Kansas City 5.114
Drummera, St. Joseph 4,si
Acadaniles, St. Joseph 4.M7
Muelbachs, St. Joseph 4.94
KETCH El. ESTATE 14 C OI RT
Mother of Dead foglllat Aska Ap
pointment or Administrator.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Oct. 24. In the
probate court today Julia Ketchel, mother
of Stanley Ketchel. the champion middle
weight pugilist, who waa killed In Mis
souri, filed application for appointment of
James A. Lombard faf- thls city aa special
administrator of her son's estate. Accord
ing to the petition the-estate is valued at
IJ.0K of which ts.Otv is in real estate and
H.OtO In personal property. Ketchel la
said to have earned about 1100.000 in the
ring. ,!.-; i
TWENTY-TWO PER CENT
Population of the Nntmeg State la
Mere Than Million aad
WASHINGTON. Oct. 34.-The population
of the state of Connecticut as enumerated
in the thirteenth census is 1,114,714. This
Is an Increase of 208, 'S. or 22.7 per cent
over 908.4.0 in 1W0. .From 1K90 to 1900 Con
necticut's population Increased 162,10!, or
21.7 per cent.
Qulncy, 111,, has a population of 36,587, as
enumerated in the thirteenth census. This
is an lnorease of 335, or .9 per cent over
S6,2.-)2 In 1900.
Director Durand bf the cenusu bureau
stated today -that the committee appointed
to make protest against the census fig
ures of the city of Tacotna would reach
this city in time to have a heating next
Wednesday. "They complain," said Mr.
Durand, "that we 'charge the city with
fraud. We have made no such allegation,
but we have charged fraud in the enumera
tion." RAILWAY MEETING TUESDAY
Employe and Investors' Association
to Gather Here for Important
A general meeting of the American Rail
road Employes' and Investors' association
Is to be held at th Lyric theater In Omaha
Tuesday evening. Among those who will
talk are J. J. Sherlock,1 president of th
local branch; former t'nlted States Senator
William V, Allen, George C. Brophy, dis
trict organiser, and P. H. Morrlsaey, presi
dent of the national association and form
erly grand master of the Brotherhood of
JEWISH HOLY SEASON ENDS
Services Thla Evening and Tuesday
Morning; Close Korcolk
- i. i '
The holy season, of the Jewish church
i nils Monday evening. Special services a 111
be held at Temple Israel Monday evening
at S o'clock and Tuesday morning at 10:30.
It Is the last of the Suocoth season. Mon
day evening ltabbi Frederick Colin will
speak on "The Conservation of the Spir
itual." and Tuesday morning on the "Old
E. R. GURNEY TO TALK AT CAIRO
Fremont llanLer to Address Bank
ers In Illinois Ihls
At the meeting .of the Illinois Bankers'
association at Cairo this week there will
bo an address on Thursday on "Hanklns
and Finance'' by E. R. Gurnev. vice piesi
tleru of the First ' National batik at Fre
When Willies father came home to sup
per there was n vacant chair al the Ui'i'e.
"Weil, wiiprs s ih," boyr'
"VSilliHi.i a upstairs in tied." The sn
swer came wlih iminful prec sion fru-n tho
"Wb, what s tip-' Noi s:ck, is he?"
An anxious )io I
it grieve tue o say. Ki.bert. thai uni
son your s.m bur hern bt-ard swearfns
on the strepi ' I iiu hi in '
"Swearing-. Scyjt! I'll learli hlTi l
swsui!" Aiil he started upstairs In the
rixrk. Half-nay up he stumbled and came
down wliti h a chin on the top step.
Whsn ibp atmosphere cleared a Utile.
V ill e moii.pr wan saving awee'lv from
tii- hallwav. 'That will 1o. dear. Yen
bavs k:vpii In oi eough for on lesauo."
Jt,Cgs s Llbrai).
CRUWiiS GREET ATHLETICS
Philaflelphians Are Given Rousing
Reception on Return Home.
ENTRANCE TO STATION BARRED
Fans Bar Hallroail Ticket la Order
4 .Pt lata Station -Taree
tlaarirerf Pollcemea Krr
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Oct. 24 -The
American league and world's champions
reached home from their victorious trip lo
Chicago a few minutes after 5 o'clock this
evening, and wer given a rousing recep
tion by a crushing crowd of base ball fans,
headed by Mayor Reyburn.
Although extra precautions had been
taken to prevent the crowd from entering
dhe Pennsylvania railroad station, the
rooters outgeneraled the railroad officials.
Huge gates had been erected at the en
trances to the Broad street station and no
person was allowed to reach the train
floor who did not hae a railroad ticket.
Not to be outdone by this piece of strategy,
hundreds lined up at the ticket windows
and purchased tickets to nearby stations,
thereby outwitting the railroad officials
and at the same time crowding the big sta
tion to onrflowlng.
A hurry call was sent. to nearby police
stations, and about . sno policemen were
soon on the scene and kept the crowd back
from the entrances.
Fight War to street.
W hen the train pulled into the station
the players almost had to fight their way
to the street, where twenty automobiles
and the First Regiment band of this city
were waiting, and a crowd that stretched
for a block in eery direction.
Headed by Mayor Reyburn, the players
were escorted to the Belleue-Stratford
hotel, Connie Mack riding In the automo
bile which won the recent 20O-mlle race In
The players were entertained at a dinner
W'hlch lasted until 8 o'clock, when the vic
tors were taken to a local theater. Here
they attracted infinitely more attention
than did the actors.
Drop Foot Ball
Action Follows Death of Player In
jured in Saturday's Game with
ST. LOC1S, Oct. 24.-Following the death
yesterday of Ralph Wilson, right halfback
of the Wabash (Ind.) college, team. It. waa
announced here today in a telegram that
foot ball will be discontinued by Wabash
college.- Rev. Father Danlhy, director of
athletics at St. Louis university, with
whose team Wabash wars playing Saturday
when the accident occurred, said foot ball
would not be stopiied by the university,
Wilson was hurt In a trick play such as Is
encouraged under the new rules, according
to Dr.' D.'C. Todd, secretary of the athletic
board. The coroner's Jury returned " a
verdict, of accidental death. '! ' '
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Betting Bluff of
Moisc is Called
Blasters Around Until He is Con
fronted with the Coin, When
Waller Mols, on of the democratic
whepl horses, who believes that betting on
the outcome of a campaign Is one of the
big arguments for the success of a candi
date waa made to take water last
week when he wis blustering around about
wanting to bet on the outcome of the
gubernatorial race. He claimed he wanted
to tack Dahlman two to one, but he has
changed hla mind.
Moli-, who trie to run over some of the
grain men around the market boards, with
hi offers of big -wagers, sent around word
to one of the political leader that he
would like to bet trO, two to one, on the
race In Nebraska. Word was Immediately
sent back that his bet was covered, Molse
welched and said he only wanted to bet
lion that way and when that was also
taken he again welched and said that he
meant the odds to he the other way, that is,
he wanted to bet SV on Dahlman to 1100 on
Aldrlch. ' -
Many of th democrats who have been
wsntlng to bet all kinds of money on Dahl
man have been forced to Quit by the flood
of money which has come in from the state
to be placed on Aldrlch. Several big bets
offered on Aldrlch are still waiting takers.
to Be Had Cheap
Tent Company Wishes to Dispose of
Freaks Secured at Sher
Any person desiring to enter the business
of exhibiting freak horses should call on
the Omaha Tent and Awning company.
Freak horses are queer thing for such a
company to handle, but the company has
two, of which it Is willing to dispose. It
bought them at a sheriff's sale Monday.
In a fir on the King' Highway during
the Ak-Sar-Ben carnival the tent in which
Charle R. Brown wa exhibiting; two five
legged horses was destroyed. Brown had
rented the tent from the tent and awning
company. When It learned that he was
likely to leave the city without paying
for th tent the company attached the
horses. ,It bid them in when they were
put up for sale to satisfy a Justice court
Judgment, paying 1111.80 for them.
Maggie Durfey of Shenandoah, la., and
Mr. Robert McCoy wer married by Rev.
Charles W. Savidg at hi residence Satur
day evening at, 8. 30 o'clock.
Miss Mary V. Allen, daughter of Mrs.
Lulu Allen, and Mr. George L. Friend were
married by, fLe v. Charles W. Savidge at his
residence . Sunday at 1:30 o'clock. Th
bride's mother accompanied them.
Miss Delia Blomquist. daughter of John
Blomquist, and Mr. Frank O. Jacob wer
married by Rev, .Charles W. Savidge at iet4
South Twenty-eigbth street, Sunday evening
at 9:S0 o'clock. The attendant were Mr.
Alexander Brown and Mis Klttl pander
gast of Council Bluffs. ...
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AMERICA 11 BJEJRD FR011
Missing Balloon Pasied Orer Tbomp
sonville, Mich., Tuesday.
ITS COURSE WAS DUE NORTH
Aero lab Official .Now Believe thai
llavtler and Post Are Alive and
Their fleam le Mnlter nf
8T. LOL'IS, Oct 2s. The balloon America
II, the only one of tn International race
entrants which has not yet reported a
binding, passed over Thompsonville, .Mich.,
Tuesday, October 1, according to a mes
sage received this morning by the Aero
club of St. IaiuIs.
The message waa signed by Alan R.
Hawley and Augustus Post, pilot and aid.
THOMPSONVILLK. Mlch.-Ame rlca II.
passed over this place Tuesday. Course
The delayed message was dropped to a
farmer eight miles from Thompsonville and
was forwarded by K. S. Northrop of
Northrop, replying to a message of In
quiry, said the farmer who received, the
message from the balloonist talked with
them and read the name of the aerostat
on the gas bag near dark. The course of
the balloon waa west of 8t. Ignace, Mich.,
over Button's Bay.
The America II, according to Northrop's
message, followed the course of the Axurea
and the Helvetia. The former landed thirty-two
mile northeast of Plscotaalng, Ont.,
and the latter near Ville Marie, Ont.
The receipt o the message revived the
hope of the Aero club officials that Hawley
and Post are alive, and now It is only the
question of getting them to civilization,
Lewis Bpindler, who is enroute to Toronto
to lead an expedition of rescue, has. been
advised to confine his work to points west
ward of Sudbury on the Canadian Pacific.
The Hudson Bay company telegraphed
that all of Its trappers at the outposts have
been advised to look for the missing bal
loonlsts and render any necessary aid.
They were also Instructed to forward word
of the landing aa soon as possible.
A second relief party will be sent out
of here tonight by the Aero club to make
Its headquarters st Otter. Ont., from which
point It will prosecute a search for Haw
ley and Post. ' ''
When Lewis Bpindler arrives at Toronto
tonight, he will receive a '-telegram ad
vising him to go on to Chapleati, Ont.,
which is more nearly east of Sault Ste
Marie. Provisions and guides will be col
lected In both towns for the dispatching
of two parallel relief columns Into the
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Enormous Thronsj Attend erTlees at
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A large gathering attended the dedica
tion of the Zlotr Episcopal Lutheran'
church at Thirty-sixth street and Lafay
ette avenue Sunday afternoon. Thirty-four
visiting pastors were present at the cere
mony and the throng was too large for
the church seating capacity.
Rev. S. M. Swanherg, president of th
conference, preached the dedicatory ser
mon. English service were conducted by
Rev. J. P. Craft of Wakefield.
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