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TITE P. EE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, DKCKMr.KH 1. 1010.
Bowlers Making Marks Upon Alleys in Competition for Mid-West Prize Money
DES KOINES jOOSIERS COIIE
"Strotc't Army" ArriTei for Kid
West Bowling1 Tournament.
NEW TEAMS ABE ARRIYDTO DAILY
Umi rilfaa Ara a4l Tfcelr Beat
I'ln Ura Curvr
P1Y KI0RBT XM BACK TT.
Dnfrya, . fcoata ot
XUlaoia AthleMa elaa, Caleafa
gnnn, boats a.77fl
Georrs Dleta, teals t,7e
rianaa ul Collier, Chicago
Taste aaa Itwn. Chieare .
toele aaa Bslmaa, Calearo MTS
Sttesela aaa TYy, Osaaaa MM
at. paUiaaa-MMat, Xactsaa City. 1480
0Uler CTileace . . .
H(M CaiW ,
SUekear ealaaia ..
riaaaa Oat ra .
.av,ra C Wears, .
tru" army' tram Lx irn Iti
va4l Onaa Wadnaadar noon via special
UmJa a4 wltk Uta 1ntanttn of carrying
a auiaaar a tae henvra of lha Mld
TjK ,uraaatt a wall as tha tourna
maat tt yaar. Beeves tha alx
taaata at bvwlara laara ara aver fifty of
tba Caa Mutnea aooatera who mad
a unit a aii la oena&a dtuias Uia Ad Men's
(uanaUui hara last iuouw. Ala tbara
ta a araaa band.
1 aa luteatlvo. of lb Da Moines boontara
la outnina hero la la show thalr apprecia
tion to woab for setting Utan Uia tourna
ment for aaxt yaar, and to ahout fur
Prasldant Qour Strata aad tha bowlara
la tba La Uvlnes league.
Tha D4 al-luea pla araoks bowl. In
flv-aaa taaras Wednesday night and will
bout tbalr double and single Tburaday.
atara Malta Laad.
Taking- a riddan streak of strong shoot
ing tha Stura Malta of Omaha forced
ahaad of tba Omaha ohamptuna, tba Pet
Locks, laat night. Tha Stora Malta fin
lalied with 1.M7, a laad of nine plna over
tha Fata Lochs, who totaled I A To the
larg) orowd of rootara for both taama tha
tor f cama aa a aurprlae. aa tha Pete
Lochs ware expected to finish ahead of
any of tha Omaha teams.
All of tha elf ht Omaha teama who bowled
Tuesday night ran close, the low ecore of
tha evening being 101. Probably the four
high teams of last night will coma some
where on tha prise list of tha tournament.
At tha start of tha evening tha Pete
lxcha and tha Drexel dhoa men seamed
about to take all the honora and perhaps
break a few records, but they found the
laoe too strong for them and fell down
In the last game.
Doubles and singles were rolled by tha
local men who bowled In five-men teams
Tuesday night. La ley and Baehr cama
closo to getting In tha first five, totaling a
score of 1,128. John Bengal, a former preal
dent of tne local association, tied his score
ot last yaar at tha midwest, bringing down
5A3 pins, Tuesday afternoon's scores:
Katey and Baehr 1.118
Francisco anvl Hcott 1.064
Langreen and alarm l.ufs
We Liar and Bengal 1.W8
Wednesday's grores. .
Singles and doublss were bowled Wednes
day morning by the Omaha bowlara of
Tuesday night Bergar and Beeelln took
first place for tha morning with a score
of 113S and Tracy got first In tha singles
with 633. Thomas made a higher score In
hla doubles match, scoring fit In the
doubles, but he did hot bowl hla singles
till the afternoon. High game for the day
was Schmidts, with a 130 gams..
Hericer and Beselln i 1,138
ihiiiiilt and iuiiiirninf 1,111
Thomas and Martin J 1.1 wj
W. L. Martin and Urlnkaster 1,H
vYeyinuller and Waaler.,' 1.0.S6
Uslzer and I lusforti ' 971
Lyons and K)uns... 'vH
Hrnelln V M
Stuns .J.,., 640
lmmernian ., iJi
fhaw ,.......... m
Hcunnell 4. .... A 461
Htuna .. .
.$ , , st. ' . Id
. Martin). 1 - M
lomaa ..J . . a 164 171
... ri SN0 ru tMl
i; T . isi .
1 irtrikwsxer. . ...Al 1M
TolilS V Me MU
1 lilman ..
Y i aem .
Totals M4 8G1
URGXEL PHOK CO.
H-hmldt m 1
l iaiey W 175
hott i7J 1M
Zinimerinan 21D I'M
i;ff, Ill 1
Ui 4 4
bionrs. Kvldently there was luck In thos
' v e came down t are 11II bowl."
Bill was low nisn.
My, but tne champ howlers sre hanl
on pins. I u to Uate, lorty-eisnt new seiS
nave been wu at tne toui uaineiit.
"Vhat 1 want to know," lurries the
ahey gumtiun uox, "is now tuai umu
Knnkwaier gut on the 1'ete Locrnt Mm:
I'rexei felioe company hait nnii xcute I i
einiiia game tor msla, iisviiik i-re i
on us urst game. 11 lury una on.j
aept It up.
.nn tuur days of the fourth annual Mid
west tournament pasted and live uaa lei.
oeiore tiuMii.g, piai:ui:aiiy every lecoid liue
oeu bioaen. bume pins lamnK.
J. Aiai un aiai teu out to a-' evemii,
scute, seinug w on the lni na.nes, nu.
oiiiy uie ikw nn tne tmru aame, tie na..
seven splits thai game, lour of tneiu in
earner of the l'ete Lochs was tugli r ihii
ul tne evening, ma score being lu-t. iciiu
ineiman oi tne l.'iexeis was a uiuse secouu
vnii t.w. liamar aisu loos nunuis lor nuisx
i.iS'i game seuie, ma tiuril game geina
"ihe Mid-West twurnsment of this yeai
is great.'' declared nteeie oi C iiicmko juk.
oeiure ne leu lor tiume. "Ihe pins are
lanniM well and everything Is in tine snspe.
tia a iiisn s usu iwuiv i& ne .vii v ift-,
v uiuen speclalurs like the bow ling tuur
nsinent ano are pieeent in guou nuiiiUer..
wne ul ina aiar leaiurea, uecaica out
leininine eninuaiaxt, is mat tne tnuiiHiauu
is wuiit wiin man steps auU nuowuy uujvuu
to tne weanug ox a large list.
John better known as "Johnny''
toy me, aeeortaiy vf tne Um Muiues hum
ball ciuu, is auiong tne Lies Mu.nes uieu
kuiuing louay. joi.uny Is lue oapiaiu oi
tne Mission team, ajiu runs a bis pool hail
and bowuug aney in Dea Moines,
rUilmau of Chn-sgo lest Ins cnaiioe to be
nigu n.au in an eveute iue4y evoinus.
lie hau a total ot l.ii eu ina ukuuim uu
single man gaiuea, but omy n.aue vw uu ma
iive-uieu tciuii awuie. it na nau scuimu dmi
na couiu nave uiuhsu tne ail events reuoivl
aain this year.
O. J. Sweeney-, editor of the official
organ of tne said-West liownng association,
puunsned in bt. Louis, has ms uuniooi' ot
aat year at tne lime ot tne tournament,
suowuig the recoras made and the gutieiai
news u( It. But Bweeuey asserts Uiat tu.s
year Omaha is seating it.
borne liveiy roinng is expected when thLt
buaun iroui Les aiomes start thnir live
uieu teams, "if 1 was surs wo couid stay
auead ul mat bunon i would be saimlied,
said J. J. rtiueger, captain ot tne fully
team, now in Inst place. "I've- got to go
back to UL Louis, but I would like lo
Interest among pin tugi biers Is being
taken in the "Ureater Omaha" team sched
uled to bowl In tne touruaviutnt luursuay
blgiit. U. O. Francisco Is j captain, wim
Lick Urotte, Heed, Heyuoids and ttengeie
as tha rank and file. As tuts is tne omy
team playing with an Omana name hopes
for their success are being hoped.
A special exhibition match between fiteel
and Kiohter of Chicago and Anderson and
C. J. frrannlaco of Omaha was held Tues
day night. The Chicago men tluisiied l.lDl
and the Omaha men louiid themselves with
only l.wii. Following' are the scores:
1st. 24. 8d. Tot.
Anderson and Francisco. .363 li 3M l.OHo
Steele and Uichter HA 3.4 361 I.IaI
U. o. Francisco bowled the lowost game
he has bowled In tournament s'r.gles for
nine yeara on Tueaday aUerroon, when
he finished with bti. lie declares that the
reason is that while he was away someone
loaded his ball to make it curve and it
doesn't work right for him now. "1 never
believed In a loaded ball, but always use
an old-fashioned natural curve. You'll
notice the Chicago men who took the high
scores use tha old-fashioned kind."
AMONG THE) LOCAL BOWLERS
Fast Males Captor Two Oat of Three
The Fast Males took two out of three
games from the Early Risers. Nelson had
high game of 111 and high total of bit fur
the Fast Males. Mola had high game of
204 and Conroy htg.l total of Ml for the
karly Hlsers. Score:
f , i FAST MALES.
1st. Id. 11. Total.
O'Connor 142 134 1W) 4f
Nelson lfil 111 18 633
Croser 1 121 164 161 4.18
Totals 419 601
, EARLY Hldw4.
11 . 1J0
....1 17s 'lo ..
2i4 - 4.K
Totals 43 411 606 1.424
Tne buperbas took three stralgot games
from the Caacareis. Morton tor the bu
perbas had nigh game wltn lvu and hln
total wltn 617. Lyon tor-tne Cascarets hud
nisi game with lii and hlgti total wun tus.
lit. Id. Jd. Total.
Ruppert i .. IIS .'.-161 141 42i
Lyon : ...1U ;.4W 171 4
Stiaw J a j 146 141 41s
Totals lilt 461 f 467 LUOtS
Lit. 2d. Id. Total.
Harrier 1,4 io6 141 601
Morton 1D0 146 12 617
Brown 1U lit 14 4..1
Totals 4H1 6ol 4il 1,471
The Pharmacists took three straight
tames from the Lentlsts. Parker had man
fame of liV and llony had nign total ot ol
or tha Pharmacists. Kl.ng nad lugn game
of lw and McCormlck high tetal ot 44S fur
the Dentists, ttcore:
1st. 2d.V Id. Total.
Carter 1,1 1135 i'lb iH
Parker liv 14 us 44
Holly 146 161 la 4t4
Fosarty ltW 118 ... J,4
Molseed 12S 12i 17 47
Balrch 141 146 ... 2f3
v ki'it.t,y ....
Totals K34 74 t.Ul
1st. Id. Id. Total.
Ohneenig 11 ll'l nj J,ii
t'ogswll.v, J L mi s-J
.,ilon ltT l. i;
lrlm 11 l.M K4 4M
Bel(vr ..,....,.., U6 17T 171 m
.Totals...... .. r; til lt
i bMOl'WUAftl) caoWNa
Yme ei berg
t arniaj ,,
! MS 7:4 4Zl
in mien -
HCIUtOWGHa ST. JAMEet.
, , 1st. Id. 2d.
auiir 1 M 141
J Vona 1) . IU 1A
MUuu r... ...... fii 1J mi
Totals ....711 sTM . TW 1 XI
latter ml the Ptaa.
Tie' titers Malta showed up for their
match ta jsisej a instead of the usual
,U 3t 1,3
lft. , .Id."? ' Id. Tolal.
147 ljii'Mtf 448
16 131 vV im 42i
121 lil 110 3,2
lttt SO ... -LM
vi vm ... . m
131 161 124 4v
Totals tit 7M (it I.&ii
Pat's Comets took four games out of six
from the Diets team. Mcore:
PAT 8 COMhiTS.
1st. d. d. 4lh. th. ih.
Felchmayer 144 163 ml 1W 15 li3
Baynldh lot lbl l HI Ivi 138
uartou M 111 Ibu lsl 176 14s
Totals ..603 4C (40 41 44 440
- 1st. 2d. Id. 4th. 6th. th.
Word 6 lb 131 m7 151 Ibt
Epstein 144 137 164 141 136 li
Jackson 1,0 134 137 131 146 1
Totals 611 43 461 430 412 46
In the second series ot lha double-header
Word nau lilsn game of 1m and nigh tolal
oC 4u6 for the Lue I a. haynish lind man
same ot 1:4 and high total of 606 for Pats
louisiit Idlewtlds vs. PoMofflce.
JEM MACE DIES iN POVERTY
Here af Maar Mla Battlea l'aaaea
A sear la ISaglaad at Aaa af
LONDON, Nov. so. "Jem" Mace, tne
hero of many prise figlus, uicd at narrow-uu-iyne,
ot oid age, today. He was in ma
Maoa was at one time worth more than
kl.two.OuO, but of reoent yeais tie haul been
depeudenl on trienua. Occasionally lie ap
peared lit iiuisiv hall ixhiuliioiia.
' Jem' Mace was burn at rsoonione. in
Norioik, ana in his day was one of tne
gieatest Of boxers. His first great figut
waa with Bill 'i'lioipe, whom lie beat la
eighteen rouude. When iom bsyeis re
tired tioni tne cliauipiuiisnlp in lemi, slace
was regarded aa hla legitimate sucraaaor.
Out his supieutaoy was soon cualieuged by
Tom King. Tne two met lu Jaiiuaiy, imu,
wneu after forty-three rounds, Maoa was
given the. verdict. For tha next ten years
lie was pi actually Invincible.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. f. Discussing the
death ot "Jain'' Mace, James J. Corbett.
former heavyweight chani,lun pugilist to
" 'Jem' Mace was the gieatest fighter
and boxer of hie day and It was reany
hia style of boxing that was the founda
tion ot the scientific school A boxing no
la vegu "
American Team First
French-Swediih Banner Second, Two
Laps Behind Winners Secure
Lead In First Lap.
NFJVV YORK, Nov. IW.-The American
team, Hans Holnier and William (jural,
won the International marathon race over
the full marathon course at Mdlon Pquare
garden tonight. Their time wa 2;02:1UM,.
Henry ft. Yves and John Svanberg, the
French-Swedish team, were second and
William Kolemalnen and Carl Hlemlmem,
the Finnish team, were third.
The American team took the lead In the
first lap and was never headed thereafter.
Of the five teams stsrllng, but three
finished. Fred Meadows and Abble Woods,
carrying Canada's color, retired during
the second mile and Alfred Hhrubb and A.
E. Wood, representing England, left the
track In the fourteenth mile.
The three teams to finish kept In the
rame positions from the firth mile to the
finish, the American team winning by two
laps, with the French-Swedish teem second
and the Finnish team, William Kolemalnen
and Karl Ulemlmem, third, four laps be
hind the winners.
Makes Good Record
as Coach in East
Graduate of University of Nebraska
Be ins: Talked of as Material for
Nebraska Foot Ball Mentor.
Willie Hoppe Breaks
World's Record Again
at Balk Line Game
High Bun of One Hundred and Fifty
Five Points at Eighteen-One
PHILADELPHIA, Nov, SO.-Willla Hoppe
tonight broke the world's record for a high
run at 18.1 billiards in his game with
Joseph Mayer, the amateur champion of
this c.ty, by piling up r points. The best
previous record of 160 was made by Hoppe
four weeks ago In New York.
Hoppe, who Is to play 1,800 points at 1M
to Muyer's 1,400 points at 18.2, now leads
In the three blocks played by 442 points,
the acore being: Hoppe, 1,100; Mayer, 058.
Hoppe'a high run tonight was 155 and his
average 31 1-13. Mayer's best run was 42,
with an average of 8 4-13.
In the afternoon game Mayer scored 202
points to Hoppe'a 296. Hoppe was to play
300 against 360 for Mayer. The latter mnde
a high run of eighty-six. while Hoppe's
best effort was sixty. Hoppe'a average
waa 21 2-14 and Mayer's 17 7-15.
SCHIPKE HAS A CHALLENGE
Stora Trlamph Indoor Base Dall
Team Would Play Slnager Bill's
A Bare oration.
Frank Qulgley and his bunch ot Stori
Triumphs indoor base ball players have
challenged Hill Schipke's team, the game
to be played at the Auditorium at the
earliest possible date. George Yeoman has
been appointed secretary of the Bill
Pclilpke squad and he announces that
Wednesday two new players were signed
up Oeorge Graham and Kd Crelghton.
RECENT CONTRACTS AND RELEASES
President Lynch of National League
Makes Announcement. .; c,
NEW YORK, Nov. 30. President Lynch
of the National league announced today the
following contracts and releases:
Contracts With Brooklyn, William F.
Dahlcn, Hoss K. Erwln, Kalelgh Altchison,
Elmer K. Knetzer, K. it. Bargtr, Otto
Miller, George Q. Bell, Patrick Rairan.
A. W. Burch, Jr.. G. N. Rucker. .Sun ford
Burk. Harry Smith, I R. J. Coulson, Tony
Smith. J. F. Dalton, M. R. Stark. John N.
I aubert, Bert Tooley, F. S. Davidson, .ack
1. Wheat; with Ch cago, Fred Toney;
with New York, Heals Becker, Arthur
Fletcher, A. H. Brldwell, Harrv Gowdv,
J. Otis Crandall, Kdward Hendricks; with
Philadelphia. 11. W. Miller.
Releases By Pittsburg, to Milwaukee
American association, John F. Keenan.
Capitol Pool Tourney,
Tuesday night's game at the Capitol pool
tournament between Mots and Fralick was
won by Mots. lnO to 86, both players mak
ing a total of thirty scratches, seventeen
for Mots and thirteen for Fralick.
Wednesday evening Bunnell and Fralick
will p!ay at 7 :30 o'clock, ricoee:
Mots 11, 9. S, f 5. 7, 5, 12. 10, 2. 11, S, 12,
15. R 117. Scratches, 17. Total. 100.
Fralick 4 6, 12, 13, 10. S, 10, a. 6, 13. 4, 7, S,
0. 0 H8. Scratches, IS. Total, 86.
Played. Won. Lost. Balls.
Swanson S 1 I 2M
Bunnell 8 0 3 Til
Porter , S 1 0 Jo0
Shepard 2 t 0 2"0
Motz 2 1 1 1M
Franck Ill 15
Reynolds 1 1 0 100
Riley 1 0 1 D4
WASHINGTON, Nov. S0.-(Speclal Tele
gt am.) Fred Neilson, coach at George
town university. Is being mentioned as a
possibility for coach of the foot ball team
at his alma mater, the I'niversity of Ne
braska, according to a story In an evening
paper here today..
Nellson's record at Georgetown Is one
which entitles him to recognition from hi"
parent school, the story says. He has not
made a single failure out of bis coaching
since he has been In the business. Every
year a succesxful team has been the re
suit of his efforts.
Neilson graduated from the collegiate de
partment of the University of Nebraska In
1902 and from the law school In 1U04. The
following spring he coached Tarklo college
and had the best team In Its class In the
state. In the spring of 1906 he came east, :
and the same full had charge of the Mary
land Aggies. The farmers won the Inter
collegiate championship of Maryland that
year for the first time In thirteen years.
The next season Neilson also coached tha
Aggies and they again copped the pennant
In the same organization.
In 1907 Neilson came to George Washing
ton university and In spite of all sorts or
difficulties took a team up to Georgetown
Thanksgiving day that for the first time
in the history of the school held the blue
and gray to a 0-0 score. The following year
at tho Fame university he turned out an
aggregation that swept everything before
it and won the championship of the south.
Last fall Neilson did not coach, but the
lure of the gridiron had him In Its clutch
and tills yoer he came to Georgetown and
there was no teajit In this section tins
year that could hold a candle to the 11111
toppers. Neilson has had uniform success
since he has been coaching and there Is
little doubt that he will make good at Ne
braska if he is asked to go there. .
Brief Filed in Bank
Guaranty Law Case
Attack on Constitutionality of Statute
of Nebraska, Kansas and Okla
homa Soon Taken Up.
WASHINGTON, Nov. .-The attack on
the constitutionality of the bank guaranty
laws of Nebraska. Kansas and Oklahoma
aroured Interest today when attorneys for
several banks In Kansas filed a brief In the
supreme court of tha United States, at
tacking specifically the Kansas law.
The question shortly will be argued
orally before the court. It Is argued In the
brief that the acts, "arbitrary and capri
cious discriminations" between depositor
and other creditors of the bnnka. renders
the law unconstitutional. It Is urged that
depositors have no voice In deciding
whether a bank shall or shall not comply
with the bank guaranty law, and hence
the result will be that depositors. In order
to obtain the advantages or benefits of
the law. must deposit their money only
In batiks which do accept the law, and
that this means a discrimination against
and destruction of the business of banks
which do not or cannot comply with the
AUGUST BELMONT ON STAND
Millionaire Horse Owner Makes As
sertion that Graft Charges
NEW YORK, Nov. SO.-August Belmont,
millionaire horse owner and chairman of
tho Jockey club and the Westchester
Racing association, took the stand this
afternoon and told the legislative Investi
gating committee that he considered he
had been persecuted. , "And I want to
say," he added with emphasis, "that the
racing associations and the Jockey club
fought the anti-racing bills fairly."
"Tell me all you know about where runds
were raised and how?" asked Judge Bruce.
"I can't tell yo. uw much," said Mr.
Belmont, "but the bopks or the association
re public property and open to Inspec
tion and the. funds were raised pro rata
among the various racing associations."
Former State Senator William H. Rey
nolds followed Mr.' Belmont on the stand.
He is president of the Metropolitan Jockey
club and gave a .detailed list of the
amounts contrlbuhoS. by the Metropolitan
to the Jockey clutw In all, he said, $32,936
had beerj corltrl.iji from Auguft, 1101 to
May 1909, all sulilted by the association
In a legitimate manner and not by In
dividuals, .j f'
"Were you ever approached, by any mem
ber of the legislature saying Xhat It would
be wise for your association to raise a
fund?" he was asked.
"I was not," he replied.
JUDGE KNAPP TESTIFIES
ON STATE RATE EFFECT
Instate Stale-Made ' Hatea Have Con.
trolling; Influence on Inter
Draw Expected In Clieee Game,
BERLIN, Nov. 30. Play was resumed to
day In the eighth game of the champion
ship chess match between . Janowsky
and Fmanuel Lasker. This game was ad
journed Monday evening, when Janowaky
seemed to have a winning chance, but In
the plav today Lasker equal. zed matters,
and when a aecond adjournment was de
clared It was expected a draw will event
ually result. Score: Lasker. 4; Janowsky,
0; drawn, 3.
nnrtmnuta Athlete Killed.
CINCINNATI, Nov. 80 Edward Waln
wrlght of Hanover, N. If., a former Dart
mouth college toot ball player, was found
unconscious in an alley in this city today
and died later. There was a gash four
Inches In length over one eye. Waln
wright'a friends believe he waa foully dealt
wun. i ne police think hla death was due
' (From a Staff Correspondent.) '
WASHINGTON. Nov. 30. (Special Tele
gram.) Judge tlcHugh, representing the
combined railroads Interested In Nebraska
rate cases, and W. T. Thompson, former
attorney general and now solicitor for the
treasury, representing the state by direc
tion of the attorney general, today took
the testimony of Martin A. Knapp, chair
man ot the Interstate Commerce commia- I
slon, as to cause and effect of ratea made
by the staU. Judge Knapp Insisted thai
ratea made by a state must of necessity ,
have controlling Influence on Interstate '
shipments and was, In his judgment, an I
iurringement on powers vested by consti
tution In congress as to commerce between
states. The testimony of Uudge Knapp win
be used by Judge Jvlcllugh In his presenta
tion of tha case before tha circuit court.
Iowa Awi Antes.
FORT DODGK-Contrlbutlons are com
ing in fast for the Dolllvar memorial, and
Monday's report puts the total subscription
so far up to $1,200.
MARSHALL! OWN-A11 local marr!nfe
records were broken when Ada Friend
aged 14. became tho wife or Jesse H
Barker, arert 16. Both live here. The
grcom Is an Iowa Central railroad employe.
C LA R IN DA The thirteenth annual Page
County Farmers' Institute. Corn Hhow snd
Industrial exposition is scheduled for De
cember 13 to 15, and will be held at Clar
lnda. LOGAN Fred Berry, on leave of absence
from tho Cnited States navy, visiting his
parents at Loan, lost his pocket book at
the railroad station here this morning, and
no trace of the missing $100 has been dis
covered. FOHT DODGK Preparations are being
made for the trial of P. M. Jolre of Iake
Mills, charged with fraudulent banking,
the trial having been set for a special term
of tlie United States circuit court, to begin
Tuesday, January $.
THAYKR-C. O. Booth or Thayer Is under
arrest here for under-reading a cream
te Ur. He has been In the employ of
the Clarlnda Poultry company for some
time. The arrpt ve der the authority
of the state rood Inspector.
MASON CITY AHi.an Hart who sued
the Mason City Brick and Tile companv for
$12.iou ns damages for Injuries received by
h m while In the discharge of h.s duties,
was given a verdict of $1,0J0. Tha case
occcupled four days In hearing.
MASON CITY A negro named Jones, ar
rested here ' by Detective Crummy and
Officer Snire, has been convicted In Mlnne
apol s of murder In the flrt degree. While
mak.ng t.'io arrest Jones attempted to
escape and was shot In the hip by Detec
WGAN-Ai a result of attempting to
take up his school work yesterday Prof.
P. A. Dletrlchson, assaulted by Mayor C.
A. Roller of Logan one week ago. Is re
ported not so well this morning and will
not resume his school work until more
able to do so.
MARSHALLTOWN Mary Marcelle Pen
nls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Denn
at this city, who when born weighed but
a pound and a half, today celebrated her
first anniversary. She now weighs seven
teen and one-half pounds and has never
been sick a day.
NEWTON Louis Klopplng, the 10-year-old
son of W. H. Klopplng, a wealthy
Jasper county farmer, was fatally Injured
by being kicked full In the face by a horse.
The animal was newly shod and ooth hoofs
landed on h s face, tearing away a portion
ot. his lower Jaw bone.
TVEN I SON Charles Tabor, one of the
oldest business men of Denison, having
disposed or his law and loan business,
took his departure Tor California Tuesday.
On the Saturday night previous hla mends
to the number or 160 arranged a banquet
in his honor at tha Hotel Denlaon.
KEOKUK Webster Bros., a brokerage
firm of Minneapolis, has purchased at
public auction for $175,000 the plants and
properly of the Miss ssippi Valley Tele
phono company. The property was sold
under an order of Judge Smith McPherson
of the federal court to satisfy a claim on
bonds against the property amounting to
ORIENT The family . of Milton Dlllow,
who formerly lived at Orient but lately
removed to Cuba, Mo., Is suffering a siege
of typhoid fever and has been under the
doctor's care for the last several months.
Their old friends at Orient learning of
their plight, together with tha Woodman
and Royal Neighbor lodges, made up a
subscription and sent them in their time
MARSHALLTOWN R. F. Baiter, travel
ing rrelght agent of the Iowa Central, with
headquarters in this city, has been ordered
transferred to Minneapolis on Pwfmhsr 1.
when he will become travel. n fre ght
agent for the Minneapolis A Ht. Itils md
road. Mr. Palter succeeds Clay Yutite. w ho
Is to be mad commerce! agent for the
Minneapolis A Pt. iouls and the Iowa
Centtal at Minneapolis.
CRK8TON Nv ord waa received here yes
terday of the critical Illness of "Cy"
Stanchfleld at the home of his daughter
In Seattle, where he bad gone on a vlit
Mr. Stanchfteld formerly was one of the
Burlington's oldest and best trusted em
ployes, serving at dlfieient times In the
capacity a engineer and as both passenger
and frei.. condsctor. He held the po
sition of jassenger conductor for twentv
years. Falling health caused him to resign
a few yeara ago.
FORT DODGE The Fort Dodge Tele
phone comreny has Just offlclally mersej
the local Bell lines with Its own. and thus
completes an Improvement aggregating
STi.Oi'O. Thirteen yeara ago the ooinpan
u Organized and six months after Its
organisation had 244 telephones. Now it
has a.Ofl. The remarkable growth Is at
tributed to the low telephone rate 60 rents
lower than elsewhere, even In smaller
towns. The Bell line had 100 subscriber
who did not use the other line also.
CRESTON The death or Miss Alice Clara
Shaw, a former well known school teacher
or Mount Etna and Corning, occurred In
Cottsse hospital Sunday. She was So years
or age and fur the last five years has
been In 111 health, caused from dilation of
the heart. Most of that time she has spent
In this city under the care of phveMans.
The body waa sent to Corning yestersy.
where interment will be mad In the First
churi h cemetery In Adam county. Two
sisters and one brother survive her.
FORT DODGE-Company G of the Fifty-
sixth regiment. lo sie, at r ort D.'!ir.
lies made a renmrkiib.e record (or o itdour
rif e practice tlda summer, the fiuure of
merit Just beln annoonci d to be 1M
lids Is the hunest funic of merit ever
mails by an Iowa company since ihe pres
ent system of rating was adopted, snd Is
17 per cent higher lhan the highest ever
reached by any company. This previous
high record w as trade In I' I v Company
M Fifty-fourth regiment at Fairfield.
wear Just In
The Fashion makers have placed
the Mimii of approval on Per
sian effects. Lovers of rich col
orings will place tire stamp of
approval on the beautiful Per
alans we've Just received, once
they see them. Thoy're certainly
91.00 and Up.
Tom Kelley Co.
315 So. 16th St.
TOM XELX.CY JACK McQUHJuEM
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Paalllat Gerhardt la Dead.
LIMA, O., Nov. 30. Curley Qerhardt.
Iieiioit lightweight pugilist, died at noon
today, following a collapse after te i
rounds with Jack Mclienry here laet night
Gardner Defeats Klaas.
F.OSTON. Nov. 30. Jimmy Gardner of
Lowell, who lays claim to the mlddle
wetrht champ onshiiJ, clearly outclRMsert
and badly defeated Frank Klaus of Iltts
hui'sr lief ore the Armory Athletic associa
tion tonic ht. Gardner was given the deci
sion at the end of twelve rounds. Klaus
at no time had a lead.
MfCrsir Will jiot Om Saatfc.
NF.W YORK, Nov. SO. Manager MiUrsw
of the New York Naidnals has chanued
his plans and will not tto south with Presi
dent llrush, who departs for Pan Antonio
tomorrow. He will remain here for the
National league meeting on Iecembor 13
and may be empowered to represent the
New York club.
Pitcher Coombs Weds.
PALESTINE. Tex.. Nov. SO. John
Coombs, pitcher of the Ph.ladelph.a Ameri
can league Dase ban ciuo. was married to
night to Miss May Russ of this city. Tin
couple left later for Cuba.
Millers Boy Hut VTaddrll.
T V "V" I.' , IH1 I , hi S'A., SA 1 . I . . I ,, ... .
dell, the eccentric fouthpaw, has been pur-
hsSM 1. 1- IIia Mllt,.r fpnm t , I , m . V. . .
"Hube" wss sent to .Newark last fall by
the bt. Louis Americans.
ANGEL FISH BITES SAILOR
Favorable (.ale of Wild Aaalata li
Favorable Terailaatiua af llaca
foe I.I fa.
BOSTON. Nov. SO.Favored by a sale
of wind. Captain Nelson of the flhln
schooner Re'tance was able to land Thomas
Key, a member of his crew, here today
before the eallor bled to dsath from a
wound made by the bite of a flsn. Yean r
day while the Reliance was on the Georirc
bank an angel f gh. a spec es of shark,
which had been caught In a trawl, bit
Key's right hand, the kharp tee'h almost
severing' It at Ihe tnl The fiahruit.n
HEREDITARY DLCCD P0I5QH
Scrofula ia a disease manifested
usually by a swelling and ulceration
of the glands, especially about the.
neck. It i9 almost entirely hereditary
in its origin, being; the dregs or re
mains of some specific blood poison.
Where the blood is greatly weakened
with the scrofulous poison, the disease
attacks other portions of the system
besides the glands, and then we see its
effects in weak ityes, poorly developed
bodies, running eores and ulcers, skin
diseases, especially on the scalp, ca
tarrhal troubles, etc. Scrofula usually
makes its appearance in childhood,
tbou jh manhood or womanhood may
be reached before the poison pro
gnoses to the "'age of outward mani
festation. S. S. S. is the one real cur
for Scrofula. It is a blood purifier
without an equal, and it cures this
destructive blood poison by removing
every trace of the infection from the
circulation. S. S.S., in addition to
blood, assists the
stomach, and di
in the creation of
new blood cor
puscles and other
ter for the circu
lation. S. S. S. increases the resistive
powers of the system end by strength
ening and building tip t'..e vitality,
allows nature to make a perfect fend
lasting cuie. Bk describing the
disease and any mc lical advice fccut
free to ;:'.l v!:o write.
IKf sWilT Ei'i-CifiO CO., Atlanta, ba.
O ,rO Q O O
Today is Home Day.
The Be is full of home bargains,
Figure up how much ahead you would have ben if ten years ago you
had bought a home and paid for it with the money you have paid as rent
in that time. You would have had a borne of your own now Instead of a
bunch of worthless rent receipts.
Mke a new start today. Pick out a home that suits you such a home
you will find advertised for sale on the easy term plan in today's Ba. Buy
it now and make the rent money pay for it.
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