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Cornliuskers Discount Kansas Bear Stories; Believe Makes Ready for Hastings
DKNillbKfclto DRIVEN HAKL
D-irkness Stop ..ast Scrimmage Be
fore Game with Jayhawkers.
FRESHMEN PUtH THE VARSITY
trteraaa h. IP Well rr the
lllsrrrdltrrf bj eNehrask
learn and Rootere.
LINCOLN. Neb. Nov. J.tpecial.-,
liarkness put slop to the lt P"Tlmnnc 1
wsetice of the l.nriinuHKfr on trie
game wltli the Javha-vkers r.ext
ay afternoon at Lawrence. oie ,
-i.ept the varsity
.,v..m an attMftoon. nevoimg ... .o. "
i-pnal practice which m one of the mohi j
4'lsfactory of the year. The play tan ,
-off -moothlv a1 witn plenty ot . .
M'hen It came;:, 10 scrimmase irom
ugalnst the furshroVn.- the varsity did not
how up an brilliantly an the first year (
incii pushed the regular hard during the
f rt feiv iniuolew or scrimmuite 1 lien
ihc vsrsity settled, down and had little dif
ficulty in scortng- if will, (men Frank
played with ds'h that m0f lilm iasi,.
the star of the evenlnn. and tore through j
the scrub line unit jklrted the end for
lufig gain". Rath bona and Minor alo "W
e,eiint work m. eflvancing the baii. 7 i.e ,
hRi-kfleltf (iituatlon'-f n-arly as pulln
IrnTore the KanOI glme m earl'r In the i
Cole ha placed Minor at haif Im'k in- j
mead of the ywitnr rek and may ehlft
I he lineup ao a to pla ifinor. The change
would add ome weight to the; backflc'.'l
nt Minor In the apeedleet mart on the
var'lty rqnad. Ilia dfpniilve play Ip of
high ordfrl Frank f,ok th experionce
that Minor lian liad, itt If more accurate
In handling punta.
I.ufsrea at Knd.
lAfgren will protiably lart the game t
end. ( haulier v 111 he ty tinned on the
other whig. Should Kancua prove effective
In eklrtlng the end. Cole tim another ahift
hy whlcn he could place two great de
fensive player on the end pofltlona whilo
Nebraska ta on the defense. The squad.
In company with the roach, manager ami
trainer, will leave at 10 o'clock Thursday
night ovei the Missouri Pacific for Kansas
City. The team will'arrlve In Kansas City
early Friday morning and In the afternoon
Cole will take the squad out for a short
Unul practice. ' The team will not go to
ltvreDre until Saturday morning on ac
count of the lack of hotel accommodations.
There will be an Innovation in the send
off given the team by the Cornhuakere.
'llit rooters will form at the university
grounds for a torchllKht parade through
the pstuclpal. bilrlnesa streets, with the
I "urn in the lead. The management has
I urchaaed JM torches and will sell them
lo the atudenta at cost - It la believed that
fully 2. coo students wilt Join In the parade
ami give the Cornhuvkera the greatest re
ception ever tendered a Nebraska team.
Kaiiler In the evening. the rootera will
watch the varsity in the closing practice
before the Invaaion .'of '..layhawker land.
Cole will not pwrmit any crtmmage Thurn
tlay evening and wlii onry order a light
algnal practice." The team will be kept
running through, the plays for about an
hour and' then will be-glven a rubdown
hcfoie leaving the rymhaslum.
iteu' .Mla'nKve4lted. '
Neliraakana- are -e ewuoh Win lined to
dlkrredlt the bear stories, wOilch the 1 a-a
papera have again been publishing. Tn.
ports of injuries to the squad are regarded I
as .being highly colored. Coach Ewing. who
witnessed the Kansas-Washburn game last
Sat unlay brings back a glowing tale of
the prowess of the Jayhawkers. The aselst
ant coach claims that the Jayhawkers are
fully as good, if not better than they were
lait year. If such 'Is 'the case, then Ne
braska stands but III tie chance. Ewing says
that the lines will outweigh Nebraska's
forwards and the )ackfleld also haa the
edge on the Cornhuakers. Fwlng was much
lmpreamd with the work of Tommy John
son at full hack ; and Velleves that the
Kansas wlsard will' te fully dangerous
W when stationed at quarter. Johnson was
Khlfted from full back to quarter later In
the game and In both position was th star
r( the game.
The Nebraska squad If only tn fair phys
ical coidltlon. Lcfgren haa an. ankle that la
bothering Mm some, while Minor's shoulder
Is not in the best of condition. Elliott has
ietiirnd to practice- after hsvlng been out
for twe weeks wlkrt -th broken collarbone
i... elv4 In . the Mlnneentfj geme n Im
provUed shoulder pad has been made, and
while niltott will ot be started In th
game, he will be taken alone with the
team to so In should Harmon or Hornbeiger
find it Impoeelble to play1 Ihe full game.
The plans for th excursion ai t progress
ing nicely and tn the neighborhood of SoO
looters will accompeay th Cornhuskets
Auto Pilot Killed
ii ' i i-
i fractice ivun
Al Livingstone of California Hurled
to Ground Had Foremost at
ATLANTA. ((., Nov. . t While spinning
a rou i id the.niP'or speedway : ,Hi after
noon, practicing far t,he raw s here Thurs
day,. lday and Saturday: a' Kad.miil car,
driven '"by - Al.v I-vlslon -of' u-llfosnis,
lost It f.gbt rear wheel, which crumbled,
and the Callfortuaivisras hurled., to the
ground head fuieniost. jle wa hurried to
a horitalt. wVei" h died tonight. Th
front part of lb skull is crushed and
lhr Is a fracture at th base.
It Haa mated, tonight that iccident
was caused b a tire punvturt.
eAVALN-Al,(3s.,' Nov. t-Thiec luett
were jnjdred tuvlay when a louring car
maklnk itynui.s an hour on the grand
pr.xg j-eo. covr skidded on a turn and
struck, a ' '' ',' .
t in " , ITBAUl URINU
Teaui J led far
s,r lit r. M.
ButeToN, , Nov,-S Four houia of aieady
grind leiiuoirt a u!ll or spurt of any con-
wequiutce ha. I narked the six-day bicycle
race at the l arena at 10 o clock to -
MM! t. -the .! hour ol the day s speeding
and llle. eiiiet-ntii hour of the event. rii.(
leama- were .J for first piece with ia
uillee arid I !)' The Mitten-Walker team
was hut one lu, behind, while th Sctielter
Jukus vomhlua i"ti iiad inaitr Vi miles and
3 lei-si 'I'll Uii team gamed and lost a
lap u p lii th M4 afternoon.
. . 4.
Ulaaeat re of lb Year.
,.... u - i. v.... ,i i.i v-,...
, V i . 7:. ..r'.-.i r i. .r
Is t-Uiiiied tn cd a national honor In tn
way of foot l- scoring for this season
In claimed l the Seymour High school
foot boll tests, which this week defeated
t'oi ytluu Hl-1 w tioui, 1 L to .0. . Mil) fit
coie weia made In the first two, quar
ters of the gafx. . ...
" - ' h.l a bluti un ef rive and secured an I - .
B-(gei Belter. ..HueierVlliat I anal ad svoax of 4f. while Mason made a I un of Bigger, Better. Busier That Is what ad
eertletiig In The Urn Mill do for your lour and r-ad an evwagti of ..p.. ertlslng In The Be will do for our
, . " ' - - i 1 he third and final ajnie wHI fie Ma ed 1 t.i-. . .
- - - ' J tomorrow n'grt. - . M " '
6c aver City
in Tipht Game
r,it Kama Aggregation Loes to i
Furnas County High School
Player. 6 td 0.
I'.K.WKIS CITY. Neb.. Nov. itfpeclM'
'O r (train 1 In spite of rank ile Isions of
li e umpire tlir licivpr City Mlgh schoo'
loot !! beat liawilns County Hign
school foot ball team of Atwood. Kan.,
here today In a swift gam by a score of
i t to r. At wood scored a toucuoown in
f.( bnt ffl,,M to k)ok goal,
,((.HV)r (:y made ,urh,lown ,n, kicked
..ul In li aer,inrl nmirtpr.
At wood exe-
,.,.,, forwar,, an. rrlsH-rroHS to
Brmyf.r civ ,,,,, Kminm Mtty on line
,anh - a ,d ruJ. The Braver City
! learn vm outweighed severui pound to
Beaver, City play. the fait
- ....Krl.liie team al Cambridge .Saturday.
Will Go to Ames
Team Leaves Friday and Special Tram j
Will Carry Eight Hundred
IOWA CITV. la. Nov. : . -iSpeclal.)
Coach Hawley of Iowa will send a squad
of twenty men to Ames Fjiday for the
game with the State Agricultural school,
which Is to be Iowa s greatest game of
this reason. The team will leave Iowa
City early Friday morning, arriving at
Marshalltown during the daytime and re
main there Friday evening, leaving early
Saturday for Ames. In addition to the
varsity and nine aubstitutea Coach Hawley
will send eacli member of the freshman
team, together with all men who have
been training with the varsity squad this
year. The university authorities will send
the band of thirty-five pieces on a special
coach Saturday morning. The train will
be loaded with about MO to 800 rooters,
who are going from the university to wit
ness the contest.
Practice thla afternoon was devoid of
feature with the exception of the substi
tution of Ney for demons at left tackle.
This Is expeoted to be permanent, at least
for the Amea game Saturday. The fresh
men were unable to stop the varsity's
plunRes thla evening and found only a
stone wall when they started the offensive
Tryout Held Wednesday to Pick Team
to Go to the Madison
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
IASVOIjN, Nov. 2. (.Special Telegram. )
At a tryout held Wednesday afternoon at
Ilia State unl varsity the erne toountry -team
to compete on Thanksgiving day at t?
big meet at Madison wae picked. Anderson
finished first with a nice margin to spar.
Captain Mcdllck and Vern Bates were only
a rew feet apart at the finish, the Ne
braska captain winning second. Kirby
tjwanson was fourth and Frank Hayes was
fifth. The men will leave Lincoln Tuesday
night. The time made in the preliminary
was unusually fast and prospects are excel
lent for a winning team.
The blankets for the foot ball squad have
arrived and were distributed Wednesday
night. The blankets are red with a white
"N." The name of each player is placed
on the blanket awarded him.
BVESTS THE It U-. l ti iHACKS-
Meetlav of Jamestown Jockey Clab
Oaeaa at Norfolk, Va."
NORFOLK. Va,. Nov.. 2. The meeting of
the Jamestown Jockey dun, to uonnnue
until .November 1, was begun here today.
The Norfolk handicap tor all ages at seven
furlongs, which had a purse of $1,WK), was
tne main attraction of the day and It went
to the favorite, Ouy Fisher, with High
Private second. K. F. C'ooney. owner of
Ouy Fisher, also lauded a purse with
First race, it-year-olds, six furlongs: Ieah
(11 to 10) won, Cuttyhunk (2 to 6t second,
Via Octavta (out) third. Time: 1:16.
second race, S-year-olda. handicap, sell
ing, one and one-eighth mlhs: My tl tj
to 2) won. Aigronel (5 to 1) second. Wenna
(t to 1) third. Time. 1
Third race. 4-year-old and up. hurdle,
mile and three-quarters: Lixzie.Flal is to
t won, Wcstover 3 to 1) secoud, Dr.
Heard (out) third. Time: 3.W.
Fourth race, all ages, Norfolk handicap,
seven furlongs: Guy Fisher tti to f won.
High Private it to 2) second. J. H. Hough
ton (7 to 6) third. Time: 1:2m.
Fifth race, 2-year-old, aelllng. five fur
'Tongs: Corinth (7 to 21 won, Trustee (U to
1) second, lndoia (1 to .1) third. Time: 1:02.
Sixth race, S-year-olds and up. selling,
mile and twenty yards: Takahtra (even)
won, The Golden Butterfly (2 to 1) sec
ond, Harvey F. (2 to 6) third, 'lime: 1:41.
LAToNIA. Ky Nov. 2.-Jack Atkin
demonstrated his racing quality today by
picking up 12R pounds and defeating about
the beat or the six furlongs horses at the
track in th feature race ol the day. In
the last furlong he caught the leaders
and won handily by two lengths. Sum
maries: Flint race, five atri one-half finiotigs:
Lwv .Kruit (Straight. Js.luj '' won, Fre kle
(place, second; pottie B- (Klipe, 4.0ni
third. Time: 1:07- '.
Second, race, six." furlongs-:- Mclvor
(straight, S4 Uo won. Tirsct tr'ace. 6.S0i
seeond. Grover Hughes mliuw, .Hil thud.
Time: 1:1S. - '' ! . . t
Third race seven furlongs: Imprudent
(straiKht. 17.5c) won. Cross Over (place.
7. su second, iei(-ea tsuow, .i..i intra
Time: 1:3 .
foiirtn race, six tur ongs. jaca .stK n
second, Melixaude (show, !J w) tlilid. Time:
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth: Romp
(straight, SuUUI won. rtrr-t Peep (place,
J 10) second. Starpoi t isliOW. I? 70) third.
TKAISKK DEFEATS NOHUKOVK
Second laaai of National Antatear
Tkree-t asbloa Billiard Leaae.
PITTSBl'KG, Pa.. Nov. 2-A. D. frtniSMur
of thin city carried away the second game
from kaiiua (TtY tonight In the tcurna-
I i'i nt of tn National Amateur Three -
i Cushion Btillsrd league when he detcaied
Mlchard Norarove of the western elly.
i Sna-r s avn ag .M and Norgrove a
i :, tne leuer oenig am to run up nui n
ceioiiis f"'ii .--irs.er. irinB oi ni. i,, tuoditlon continued to grow worse un
Mc,i rtuu.red eight-.lx inning, for the , , hu ae4(U ,t 1(nt coro.
W htltt the hame narted slowly. Strasser Plications resulting from- injuries to his
' sained a good lead and was scoring fsl
j In H lt few innings. In the fifty-fourth,
he made a run of four and duplicated this I
I in lite seven! y-eiaii th tuning. Not rove I
, played badly at ti. start and in his tlilr- J
I Belli inning he had revoided but Xuir. His
I iiifh run of the night was three.
Tomoiiow night P. P. liump of Pitts -
burs- will play F. if K.vh of Kansas City.
BOSTON, Nov. i W lllam Bluiiienthal
of New York again defeated Allen Mon
of 11--mill In the nation.! ssnateur billiard
match tier tonight, iu to -XL liuiiriiliul
tijok til fiTtmo lAMt liisl.r. ' BlumentUel
0l ALL NfcW YOKKtKi WIN
" " "
Ouiside Representative! Take Hand in j
Indoor Meet. '
LOCAL CLUB HAS LEAD STILL
heMirti la Defeated la li llaadred
lard Baa ay Kleala After
lead log All Way Into
NKW YOKK, jsov. a. Local atliletea
did not have It a!l their own way tn to
nights event of the Indoor champ .or.ahip
of the Amateur Athletics union. Repre
sentatives from Yale and Harvard and
from the Canadian. New Kngland and
Pennsylvania clubs figured In the scoring,
hut they could not overcome the lad
gained by tho local clubs lasl night.
In the no-yard run. M. W. Sheppard. of
th Irlsh-Americsn Athletic club, lead Into
the stietuh, whe e H. (llsslng. New Tork
Athletic club, came up and won by two
The five-mile iac was ay f-. Tom
Collins of the Irish-American Athletic
i The point score stands:
I Snlrs; New York Athletic club,
Lien-American Athletic club, 7; Pastime
: Athletic cluh. 20. I
Juniors: Pastime Athletic ciun. i: i" .
rvard ann oi. i
tied for third
place wltn eir"'-
j i he summaries:
one hundred and fifty yards dash: Won
i by F. I- Lukenian, Ottawa. Time: 1
I aeconds. .
i nrowing w-pouna weigni lor iiriBn..
Won by T. Fogarty, Mohawk Athlete
cluh, 14 feet. Inches.
Three standing Jumps: Won by D.
Healy. Pssllme Athietlo club, M 'eet.
Putting M-pound shot: Won by P. Mc
Iionaid. Irish-American Athletic club. 87
fet, :'S Inches.
Three tnile walk: Won by B. UebgeUJ.
Pastime Athletic club. Time: a tnlnut,
Seventy-vard hurdle. Junior: Won by
B. K. lwia. Harvard. 'I1me: 10 eeoonda.
Four hundred and forty-yard hurdle:
won bv W. C. Bobbins, liish-AmerlcaJi
Athletic club. Time: tl seconds.
Six h'jndred-vard run: Won by H. Bi.
Cilsslng, New York Athletic club. Time:
1 minute, 14 seconds.
Standing high Jump: Won by P. Adams,
New York Athletic club, 4 feet. 11 Inches.
Sixtv-vard dash: Won by Robert Clougta
ten. Irish-American Athletic club. Time:
Five-mile run: Won by T. Collins. Irlsh
Amerlcan Athletic club. Time: K minutes,
4i seconds. .
Pole vault for height: Won by W. Hap
penny. Montreal Athletic association, 11
feet, S inches.
to Play Against
Plans Made for Game at Bellerue
Saturday After Long
Aarrangementa hay been completed tor
a Bellevue-Hastlng foot ball game Satur
day at Bellevue. The result of negotla
Hons between the schools has been for
some time In doubht, owing to the de
mands on the part of the Hastings people
aa to the chojeetof officials: .bat as Beile
vue Is out for a clear title to the col
li iflafe championship of Nsbraska, and
regards each game as a stepping Htohe
to that end. Coach McCoy has yielded to
their demands, and the game will be
played. Mass meetings at Bellevue have
aroused intense enthusiasm, as this will
be the biggest hotruj gam of th aeason.
Judging by comparative score, the result
should b a decided victory for Bellevue.
The team I In splendid fighting trim,
with th exception of Clsbaugh, tight
half, who Is sick In bed. The victory fiver
Wesleyan Saturday has done the team a
world of good, aside from a few minor
injuries, which are fast disappearing.
Coach McCoy Is taking th squadon
through severe scrimmages, dsrknees
putting a (top to th scrimmag on Tues
day and Wednesday. New player are be
ing tried out by both th varsity and
scrub. Th lineup of th team against
Hasting will probably be th same as
that of last Saturday against Wesleyan.
I if ClabauaTh can get into condition. His
ahaenc will materially weaken the de
fens. Th gam will be worth the time
and money of lovers of clean, fast foot
ball, more especially , a th Diet team of
Omaha will play the BiItu scrub on
the earn day, one price of admission only
being charged for. both game. Th Deities
hav a heavy team and expect to make
a good showing against th lighter 'oppo
nent, who, however.' play a great game,
and hav the advantage of dally scrim
mages with th varsity and the coaching
of McCoy. Cars leav Twenty-fourth and
N streets, Omaha, every half hour on
Saturday afternoon. Th trip to Bellevue
1 a short and pleasant one. Believue's
goal line haa not been crossed this) season.
First game called 1:KX
Player is Dead
Clarence Bakule Expires at Home at
: Topeka of Injury Received Two
" Years Ago in Denver Game.
Nov. l-Specll Tele-
larence Baktle. for many years
a student of the medical department of
Creighton university, died her' last night
as the result of a kick over' the lower
part of the spine which h received wkll
playing fullback on the Creighton foot
j bail team In a gam with Denver university
! at Denver two year ago.
For several month following, Bakul
was a patient In St. Joseph' hospital at
Omaha, where h underwent several op
eration for th relief of his condition.
He recovered sufficiently to take up his
studies a, tain, but his old Injuries finally
con.pelled him to drop his course.
Bakule returned to th home of - til
parent her last spring. He wa com
pelled to enter a local hospital shortly after
i III return, but during the summer racov-
tiej mfficently to be up and about Two
. aao his tniurles made It neceaaarv
, montn" n,p ,nJun mde It necessary
mi mm is u mm umn again, ana
back wele the immediate taus of death.
. ,,,.,,, , u.
1,1 th" ,me scrimmage In which he was
kicked in Hi back. Bakule had Ills collar
1 Serious l.aorattoas
ana wounds are healed without daugsr of
, . , ....... . " ,
blood P"I"S by Buokleo s Arnica Hair,
th healing wonder. 2f-c. For sal by
Briton Prill Co
; - ' ' '
Tr r Their lcttle
111 Mam GilllU
A. 0. U, W. Ho. 17 Wins Thm
Triumphs Take All Three Games
In the Jdeicentile league til A. U. .
W. No. 17 team won to games out
three from the Quartermasters dep.ir
ment team. Hthlndlcr rolled high tota
with m pins snd high single game v.
Tonight in the Booster league the Voeae
Dinning Mazeppas and the Htors Mail
will meet. '1 he Sptagne Pills will try I
defeat the Omaha Bedding Co.
Tonight In the Mercantile legu- tm
Carpenter Paper Co. will battle with tn.
tmimoda. Last night's scores:
Ms I t IB
. 48ii m
s . n . i;
. U l
. lOl l.wl
. WW 14(1
4tlU 41 4t
In 111 Omaha league the Triumph no..
All three games from the Heois
Fritscher of tfie Triumphs rolled high to
tal with MO plna and fitora of th Relo
rolled high single game of th leagti?
with 'XI pins. Scores:
Grace . . .
Totals S4 ttl 1
The Postoffie team took two out of
three from Maney's Sun Kit Harrier had
high total of 646 for th Potofflce, Morton
20f, Harrier V. Ortman had high total of
ti. high tram of 1M, for Sun Klst. Poet
offlo broke th aeason allay record for
total In three game shooting, 1.M4, and
also broke th alley reeord of single game
Wadneaday Harvey vs. Dally New
let. 2d. Sd. Total
.....147 20 l.ss W,
...... .w.i.. 136 ' 0 ITS 1
..i ....178 MS 1U2 fi23
Totals.. ......tC. .:... BU 543 1,584
MANTS SUN KIST.
1st. ' i. 3d. Total
lOrtman ...t.n..l'...A W bib
'Griffith : 19 15' 441
Laird l 1M 4K3
Total ...471 466 Ms 1.47T
O'Brien' Mont Chrtsto's look two out of
three game from Andy Frlck Son
Latey had high total ol S47 and high game
of ITS. W. Schneider had high total of Ma
and high gam of 100 for Frlck Ron.
Captain Traynor was off form and shot a
poor total, which he seldom does.
Thursday Night Pete Loch vs. Frank'
O'BRIEN'S MONTE CHRI8TOS.
1st. id. Sd. Total.
Baehr 14 1 MO 472
Lydenoker Ml in MS M
Traynor j&4 HS M 4:41
Latey 178 Ml 178 J7
Prlmeau 177 16T IBS SOB
Total "... 84 TV 7 tAlt
ANDY TRICK SON.
1st. Id. Sd. Total.
Schneider ....187 M8 fOO Mft
Bower 177 1M 1 4S2
Moran ....MS; 174 ITS Ml
Ruh 16S 12 111 40
Frlck 178 177 ISO 4M
Total....'... m 77 1.4U
1st. Sd. Sil. Total.
Lepinskl 140 166 KM 4ftl
Fagan W ITS 210 t&l
Chadd 1OT MS 177 17
Kennedy ... 145 171 171 47
Straw ,.. 1S6 1111 Ml 378
Totals ... 744 (07 sat S.4M
lat. id. 3d. Total.
Voilnedt 14S 187 1H 444
Spej-reen Ml 1- 131 44
Winter ...2X7 1S IAI 544
Zeek : 113 1 4M
tlr 1 M Ml 46ft
Totals 811 790 7M 1.8S
CULLED FROM THE WIRES
The director of the Pennsylvania Hall
road company Tuesday declared the regu
tar quarterly dividend oc lv per cent.
Th negotiation by a syndicate to secure
the controlling stock of the Cramp Ship
building company hav been declared off.
The Jewish quarters In Shlrss. the capital
of the province of far. Persia, hsv been
sacked by Khasgats. Eleven Jews were
killed and S.OuO are destitute.
Municipal election throughout England
and Wales show a considerable growth
In the labor and aoctahat partlee. Th
women candidate fared badly.
j Russian secret police, died suddenly at
Vltebask. He wa prominently Identified
with the Investigation of Asef, heed of th
fighting Russian socialists, who was de
clared to b a government spy, and M.
Lopukln. a former director of police in
the department of the ministry of the In
terior. ' Th Uruguay revolutionary leaders hav
agreed to disperse and dlnarm, provided
the candidacy of Joae Battle y OidiMuea
for the presidency Is withdrawn.
Four miners, all Finns, war killed Tues
day by an explosion In the lonard mine
at Bun, on of th propertlea of the Boa
ton and Montana oompany.
Charles Bitch and George Oviatt wr
killed Tueaday and John Gordon was
fatally Injured when a threshing engine
boiler exploded near Lapeer, Miuu. .
Th Bmiey Tubaoco society officially de
clared off the 1X10 pool. The executive
committee of the society ha declared In
favor of declaring the pool otf on Octo
ber . '
Mr. R. Clark Hyde, who life wae
despaired of six weeks ago, haa auf fictenlly
recovered her strength lo be able to call
on her husband in the county Jail at Kan
Ths National Citv Evangelical ynloii of
the MeihodJat Fpiscopal chunh, holding
Its eighteenth annual convention in Pitts
burg. ie.led lis n toed Crawford of St.
Louis as preeideiit.
The hearing by the London crlintnul
court of appeal of tne appeal of Dr.
Hawley H. Cr:pprn, under sentence of
death for th murder of hi actress wifo.
bell Elmore, .wa postponed to Novem
The National Association of Agiicultural
Implement and . Venule manufacturers
opened its seventeenth convention In St.
rLouls li. M. Kinney of Wlnons. Minn.,
president of th organisation, aoilvered his
i EXPRESS STRIKE NEAR END
icn. Through Mayor Gaynor, Offer
to Arbitrate Issue.
JESTION SUB MI IT ED TO PLATI
Is Proposed that Arbliratore lie
Selerled ly I onclllatlon l m
mittee of the t Iv Ic Fed
NEW YORK. Nov. i.-The strike of the
.press comi-anles' drivers and helpcis
ied a settlement today when Mayor
ay nor announced that th atrlkers had
-4ieed to arbitrate.
The striker Informed the mayor that
hey were willing to leave their case in
ne hands of arbitrators to be selected by
ne conciliation committee of the National
Ivlc federation and return to work and
A-ait for the decision of the arbitrator
iei ember I or January 1.
Mayor Gaynor held a conference this
i'tfinoon with Frank Plstt, president of
h 1'nlteil states Express company on th 1
Hike sltimtlon. All that Is needed to s- i
nre a settlement of the striks by arbltra-
Inn ts 'he consent of the employing com-
The proposition of the strikers was
fought to Mayor Gaynor by th civic
ederatlon's coaclllatlon committee. It Is
;m1ertood t.':e civU federatlonlst told the
mayor that they regarded the position of
he employes as reasoname and expressed
he hope that the express companie might
he brought to take a like attitude. Mayor
Gaynor himself was mentioned as a Uksly
selection of the men as arbitrator.
Exercise of the authority to call a gen
eral strike which was conferred last night
on the general officer of th teamsters by
the executive council of th brotherhood
would affect approximately 90,009 men in
addition to the 6,000 now involved in the
strike rf express company driver and
helpers and would practically tie up all
traffic In the .city, it Is claimed.
No promulgation of a general strike order ;
was expected, however, pending formal
presentation, announced to take place to
day of the men's demands upon th com
pany and th efforts being mad by Gov
ernor Fort of New Jersey, Mayor Gaynor
and Mayor Witthenn of Jersey City to
bring representatives of the company and
Announcement of an order that New
York City policemen hereafter shall not
ride on express wagons while engaged tn
protecting the passage of these vehicles
through the streets, seemed to have a
pacific effect, for the moment, at least.
Labor leaders had complained that an
alleged unjustified use of the uniformed
force was being mad In this way.
The guard upon property wa In no wise
relaxed, however. Orders were that
mounted and bicycle policemen accompany
wag-on sent out by the companie.
EFFECTIVE AT ONCE
Writ of IaJanrtloa ta ecare Permis
sion ta Vat XoTenber 8 Dealed
OUTHRIE. Okla., Nov. t Holding tint
It has no Jurisdiction to grant relief from
th operations) of the "grandfather clause"
amendment to the Oklahoma constitution.
th federal circuit court lat today dismissed-
the application of Daniel Sims, a
former Blare, who asked a writ of injunc
tion that would psrmlt him and other
negroes to vote at th general election
on November 8, This decision makes the
"grandfather clause" operative for th
lection on November S, disfranchising sev
eral thousand negroes, as the various pre
cinct boards are given final authority to
pass on a voter's qualifications. Th at
torneys for Sims hav appealed to th
United State uprm court from th re
cent decision of the state supreme court
that the "grandfather clause" is valid.
OTIS AGAIN UNDER ARREST
Editor of Lo Aagoele Time Chararesl
with Crlsalaal Statement tn
Article Aajataat Labor.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. I General
Harrison Gray Otis, editor, and Harry
Chandler, assistant general manager of the
Los Angeles Times, were arrested for the
sooond time today on a warrant sworn to
In San Francisco, charging criminal libel.
The charges grow out of an article to
which labor leaders have taken exceptions.
General Otis and Mr. Chandler were ar
rested a few week ago. but th charge
wa dismissed on a technical error. The
second charge wa sworn to bv Andrew
Gallagher of San Francisco.
As soon as arrested habeas corpus pro
ceedings were Instituted and General Otis
and Mr. Chandler were released.
AGED PROFESSOR IS DEAD
Former President of A ret to Clab,
Slatarallst and Explorer, Pasaes
Away at Slew Haven.
NEW HAVEN, ann.. Nov. 1-Prof. Wil
liam II. Brewsr w,y years professor
of agriculture In the Yale Shleffleld Scien
tific school, former president of the Arotlo
club, naturalist and explorer, died at hi
home here at 1:50 o'clock this morning. H
had been 111 some time from Infirmities du
to old age. He wa 91 year old.
Brldearroous Ha Smallpox.'
MA HON CITf. Ia, Nov. t-(Spo1al.)-
Married one day and In th detention
hospital th next I not th experience of
very many groom, but It 1 of W. Ray
Ktrltn. a popular brakeman on the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad. He
waa united in marriage at Charles City
Saturday with Mies Edith M. Dutro, one
of th charming young women of this
city. They arrlvsd in the city Sunday
morning and Mr. Ksrlln, feeling poorly,
a doctor ws called. H Immediately
Colored Collar Shirts Just now
occupy the tenter of Fashion's
stage. They alto occupy a mighty
prominent place iu our up-to-date
shirt stock. Fellows with stylo
notion well developed are Invited
In for a look.
Tom Kelley Co.
sis so. lata at.
sa Kelley John XoQnlUaa
pionuinned the trouble suisilpoT mil he
wjs at once lenioM.d to the detention
hospital, wher e he now Is The ! s all
iilong the line are pouring In their con
nolences NUT GROWERS IN CONVENTION
Delegates from Nebraska at Vlnntt
rello, tie., for the Taree
MONTICKLLO. Fie.. Nov. 2 -The ninth
annual convention of the National Vut
Growers' association convened here today
for a Ihree flays' session. Delegates from
Minnesota, Toxns and Nebraska are anion
those In attendance.
Jadsre James 1'arker.
SIDNEY. Neb.. Nov. .(Special Tele
gram.) James Tucker, county Indue of
Cheyenne county, d ed yesterday sud
denly, having been rtrlcken In the court
house with a hemorrhage. Only a few
moments before he had been conversing
with friends. He leaves a wife and two
grown ch Idren. Judge Tucker was a mem
ber of several fraternal brnrfliiary Socie
ties. Ills funsrsl will dcciir on Thursday
and will be conducted by the Odd Fellows
(IIAIIGKS MtDFI A(iAINT DRK.1KI
Hoard of Governors Retaliate f
statement by Aviator.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2 -The board of gov
ernors of the Aero Club of America, fol
lowing a meeting tonlKht. Issued a state
ment to the effect that charges had been
preferred against J. Armstrong Drexel. the
aviator, and that pending th disposition
of these charge his resignation from the
Aero Club of America would not be ac
cepted. I'nlll the charges hav been drawn up
and presented In proper form the Aero cluh
will not make them public, but this state
ment was Issued regarding them.
"Charges hsve been preferred against J.
Armstrong Drexel In connection with hi
conduct prior to starting In th Gordon
Bennett international aviation cup race
s a representative of the Aero Club of
America, as well as his conduct In with
drawing from th rac when, havlnjr com
pleted leas than one-quarter of the de
fence, as well as th statements emanat
ing from him and appearing In todsy's
newspapers, attacking the good faith and
honor of the other members and officers
of the club."
No member of the committee would
throw the least light on the nature of the
chargea, although It was Intimated that
they were of a serious character. The
charges will be acted on by th board of
governors probably at the next regular
meeting on November 14.
Mr. Drexel's letter of resignation, made
public by him last night, in which he at
tacks the ruling of the aviation committee
of th Aero club in the Statue of Liberty
flight, wa severely arraigned by member
of th club tonight.
LO S G WORTH WOt LI) UNITE PARTY
RooseTelt's los-ls-Ll w Avow H lat
elt a Proarresalve Repabllcaa.
CINCINNATI, O.. Nov. 1. "I speak to
you tonight aa a progressive republican.
It may be unfortunate, perhaps, that any
member of my party should feel called
upon to explain or qualify .his republican
ism, buf if It haa become necessary to dis
tinguish between progress and reaction, I
avow myself a progressive. If it haa be
come necessary to stand by or to repudiate
the general policies which hav distin
guished the past and present administra
tions, I stand by them." These words con
stituted th opening declaration in an ad
dress by Representative Nichola Long
worth, who wa one of the speakers to
night at a rally in thla city, at which War-
Ayers Hair Vigor
An Ideal Office
is nc in which convenience f Uca
tin is combined with first class serv
ice. An opportunity t secure such
an office is now offered by
Ttie Bee Buildirno
A few rooms are vacant and you are invited to La
Large ground floor room facing Farnam atrsat Just
wast of entrancs to tbo building. Oas of ths finest offlca
rooms la ths tlty. Has an aicsptlonallr largo vault and Is
wall lighted. Also has aa satraucs from ths sourt of ths
Room 02 On th sixth floor, with 110 square- feel
of floor spacs with a vault and stationary wash stand.
Pries 115.00 per month.
Room 820 On the third floor, with ovsr 400 squars
feet of floor space. Vault and stationary wash stand. Fins
north light. Specially ad ay tod for draughting work. Pries
140.00 per month.
Boom 620 On ths north side, fifth floor, with a par
tition dividing ths room into two. Stationary wash stand.
Blzs over 200 squars fuel. Price IJ8.00 per month.
Room 410 On the west side of the building, on the
fourth floor, facing th city hall, liaa a stationary wash
stand. BUe of of room ovsr 376 squars feet. Prloe I20.0O
THE BEE BUILDING COMPANY
Bee Business Office 17th and Farnam SU.
WRITS SO BOOK ON PILES AND
DM. C ft. TARRY, 324 BVe
Kuptur ol met, women and cel. area een c eureo in a few aay without a sur
gical operation, loss of time or pain. Th cost I governed by th ls of th ruptur
opening to be closed. The money may be depoelted In sum Omaha Batik In th nam
of th patient or guardian, not to be paid until the cure la completed. Thousand of
ruptured people have accepted these terms during the past Is years and all are com
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So Re BnUdlBg, Ouaaa.
ren G llnnling republican nominee fur
gov ei nor. also oke.
Read None from Party.
After declaring list. In his opinion, t
follow the leadership of the so-called i-e-actlonaries
Is to wslk Into Inevitable d.s
aster. Mr. Ixmgworfh rontlnued:
"We cannot afford to accept the leader
ship of men of either the extreme reaction
ary or the extreme radical type. We make
no attempt to read these distinguished
men of either type out of the party. We
say to them, simply, 'We want you aa
comrades in arms, but not as leaders'
"Thue are three clis-'es into which lis
republican party can with Justice be
divided -reactionaries. progressives and
ultra radlcsls. The first and third of these
cissies ere Insignificant In numbers as
compared with the second. They consist
mainly of certain self-constituted leadets
The second class represents the grest body
of republican volets, the progressle rank
and file of th republican perty.
"There Is no lack of leadership among
the progressives of the republican party.
We have already chosen our leaders two
great men have been selected a coinmnd-ers-ln-chlef.
W are following, and win
continue to follow. 1he lesd.-rshlp of th
present president snd the former president
of the Dnlted Sta'es, William II Taft and
HOW PRICK 0TINIr7 111 DROP
rail I Doe to Klaaesl t ora t'roa ls
CLEVELAND, O.. Nov. f.-Hoa prices
have dropped spproxlmstely 70 cents In the
last eight days, according lo quotations
on the local market today. Dealers say
that further declines will come before the
end of the week and that th end I not
In sight. Th biggest corn crop in history
Is assigned as the cause.
Constitutional Blood Poison is the
most iasidioua of all diseases. It
begin a in an Insignificant manner,
usually the appearance of a tiny sore
being the only outward evidence of its
presence. But dowa in the blood ihe
treacherous infection is at work, and
1 in a short time its chain of symptoms
beg-in to crop out. The mouth and
throat ulcerate, akia eruptions break
out, sores and ulcers appear on the
body, the plands in the groin swell,
and sometimes the hair comes out.
Mineral medicines cannot cure Con
stitutional Blood Poison; they only
shut the disease up in the system to
smoulder and await an opportunity of
breaking out afresh. The only pos
sible way to cure the disease is to
REMOVE the germs from the blood.
S. S. S. goes into the blood, and while
removing the infection makes the
blood pure, fresh and healthy. This
causes a general
upbuilding of the
entire system ,
and when S. S. S.
has made a cure
there is no return
of the hideous
S. S. S. is made
entirely of Vejre-
table matter, containing not the least
particle of mineral iu any form. It is
a perfectly safe medicine and a certain
cure for blood poison. We have a
Home treatment book which tve will
be glad to send free to all who write
and request it, also any medical
advice without charge.
Ill aWZTT BPXOiriO CO., Atlanta, Ox.
FISTUL A.-Pay When CURED
All Rectal Diseases cured without a snrgica 1 to-
oparatioD. No Chloroform, Ether or other gen- Yl
eral soeasihelio used. CURB GUARANTEED I
to last a LIFE-TIME. aJTssaatiMATioN pass. II
FECIAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS
uHdlng-, Omaha. Nebraska 1
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