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Till-: HEE: OMAHA, Ilk I DAY, DECEMBER 2. 1910.
Interest Keen in Bowling Marks by Mid-West Contestants in Omaha Alleys
DES HOINES COMES IN SIXTH;.-
Old Tavern Team Brings in Score
2,748 at Mid-Weit.
WATERLOO MAN GETS HIGH GAME
tulle of Iowa Team Maaaa-r
Make Mark for Maat on Altera -l
eaders Not nlstorhe a
FTTH KIOItTBT IW SACK MTT.
Duffy. St. Lonls t,09
Chalmers-Itrnlt, Chle.ro i,M7
Illinois AthJstio club. Chicago a.SIO
Bndwaisers, St. Ztoals 3.773
Oeorrs Dil. Si. Louis 9,739
Xtenner and Collier, Chicago 1,070
Fasti and Steers. Cbtcaro 1,909
Steele and Fblman, Chlcairo 1.175
Wichols and Tracy, Omaha 1.163
ac. Spellman-ShepaTd, Xataa City. 1,150
Schmidt. St. lout
Bfeblett, Omaha . ..
Collier, Chicago . . . . . . ,
All Events .
Collier, Chicago 1.BB8
Bcbmldt, at. tools... -,.
Sixth place In tne Mia-Vet tuurnament
was taken by the Old Xavem team of lcs
Moines Wednesday, the men from Iowa
bringing In a score of 2,748, Just twenty
one pins behind the George Die',' uf Si.
Louis, who hold fifth place. The Old
Tavern five started stronger than It fin
ished totaling J.87S on Imj first tw games,
but only managed to get 1,8 on the third
The bee Moines teams all bowled fairly
strong, but did not bring In tne scores
that they were expected to shoot. All
the bowling was close, high store being
Z.HH and lo score, 2,808.
High game for the night was M4. made
by the Old Tavern five antf XCuIght of the
same team also got the high single score
of the evening, 6ul. Stolle of Waterloo got
high game score, with his til.
Omaha Men Do Well.
As a result . of the bowling of Wednes
day during the day another Omaha man
broke Into .the ranks of the, first five In
the singles, crowding Collier of Chicago
from fourth place . to fifth and Canfiuld,
also of the windy city, clear off the sheet
of the five hlyh men. tfcblett turned In a
core of 625 for his match.
Another Omaha man, J. M. Martin, rolled
17 and took sixth plei In the meet and
lialsar of Omaha In bin match tied the
core of CanfleSd 61 Chicago with hit 61
and shares the honors of the eighth place
ithj him. Several other of the Omaha
rollers made scores close to the U00 mark,
whloli may bring them prises of minor
Importance. Weymulier ana Hester turned
In 1,030 for high score In doubles for the
day. All the men roiUoa were local men.
Eerger and Beselln i J3S
tchmldt and Zimmerman
W. L. Martin rniii Liinliw.,..
weymulier and Haster
J'erkins and 1umau
Ifvlzer and Hosford.
L ona an Stung. . . .
.i f3 Blnarlest5".,
Neblett . ,', . .
3. M. Martin..,.,., i.
paliar ...,,,,.v..J.4. .4 ,
V. Martin. i.
Cofley , ,..,
1 "rink water
Zimmerman .. . .
bcannell ,'. i..,
,) f'lTe-Mia Teauaa.
OLD TAVERN3, UE3 MOINES.
; 2 .i
MISrffO.N, DEB MOINES.
lt. 3d. 3d. Total
?. Overman ....
H67 8)1 Rut 1 ,:'
tut A A ff.-.-.
Alborton US it
slacken i,i) y,v
,vv' , f ij
To11" (10 goo M
BULL DUHHAM, DBS MOINES
1st. 2d. 2d. Totsl
Hi J 843 vd
IlAMiiLJsmj. U,t.'uLN. '
1st. fd. !M. Total
t9 1 846
I'lNTUR-V Dt:.S MOINES.
1st- 2ll. 3ll Tnl.l
IrfniaQ. .,. .....
'31 89) . 744 t.68
Thareday Uorsisg Hecorda.
Double bowled by. the Iowa rollers
Thursday morning ww nrH productive of
any startling score, though the majority
of the teams rolltu iiUr amounts. Duseld
and Moss of Waterloo were high men.
ac-orlng 1.088. with Flslicr and McCartsr
f Ites Moines second with 14.
Th following are th scores:
' Itoahle. f
Iiu.-uld and Mos, Waterloo
t iiir and Mct'arter, Da Molne.
Iah. kt-r and Kn.gnt. Ie Moines...
r!- and AltMrtsun Ix-s Moines...
V.ixl and tittles. Des Moines
Ll.l.ua and l'Uabuo, Ihut Moines...
.(ilta and Meeis. leu Moines...
lie ii. her and titlvrs, Dr Moines.
I'aui and Mart In. Dubinin
Jirkiiian .nd ritolio. Waterloo
J. 1-ti.iiiun and ts uliajus lies Moines..
J Hvcumil and buillli, De Moines....
Hlckrv ttnl H-ldrbrsndL Des Mylnsa..
Hall aad iJ-no, 1mm Muluea
t lallrr of (h Pin.
Dubuque. la., took thlr-1 place, springing
a surprii. ou th other lowans.
fcrvvil va (atupty) of Ds Molne
beer were seen olFemharklng from . the
tin when that special pulled In.
Thursday all day the mne bowl.TS who
rolled V r1nj-lav nisht will bol their
of -r;'7L.'nd om nUn mcor" ,re
Blpa of Pes Moines got awav with a
split ahot taking In plna fc-10-l. ipe did It
with font hall and he. bv the way. bum in
'"b. Tt ll mX, a ha..
nail man and thinks you are nut reaily
playing a Kama unlets you winr a cap
vuih an ha had on Wednesday night.
Thursday night tha loeal men attain hold
the alleys. Kour teams, the Omaha Hi
ryrles. Watkin's Lumber, 1'i.stcf flee and
the urrater Omaha teams will howl.
A gala parade, with the w hole party In
linen dinners and the band plaing in
front, marched up Farnam when the bowl
ers of lc-a Moines pulled Into Omaha.
Hill Stolle of Waterloo Is worse than a
preacher or a ball pitcher to wind hlmse f
up and la about as graceful as a traction
engine, but he can bowl, kid. he can mwl.
Lincoln's Ilamblers trntn was notidis
couraned by Its score. "We did almost as
well as w really expected and may take
some prize on It yet. ' Mau-U Captain Kel
ley. "Why," claims the alley question box.
"is it neoeio-ary for a hotter to no through
ral allHtlc motkins with Ms hands while his
fnt protrude on the foul line and his
hall I.-. headed for a spilt?"
le Moines Is anxious , Xor that tourna
ment and Is buostlnir for It. One thing that
ho liers Is the Sunday cloning law In that
lit;.. 'However," remarked one booster,
' maybe we can fix that up.
"Howling has ne shining characteristic
ti;nt dlHtlngulsl.es It from other sports."
r marks the tournament philosopher. "You
cun t tell from the way a man looks what
kind of a (score he wlil make."
Kour cities were represented In the Mid
West tournament Wednesday night. I es
Motnes. Ijuhuque, Waterloo. and Lin
coln. Neb. This Is the first '.line that muro
than two cltlea have beer present the same (
The band played several selection during
the evening's bowling and then repeated.
J'romlnent tunes were the "hoochy
kooihv" and "How Dry I Am." The band,
by the way, was chiefly a bass drum,
with a few wiggling piccolo notes thrown
In between the beats.
A special money prize match of 1100 a
side will be bowled by the Bull Durham
team of Ies Moines and a team made up
of the Pete Lochs of Omaha tonight. The
lies Moines team will be picked from
Ktrots, Coffin. YVsKle. Knight, Locker
and Stiles, and the Omaha five pin rollers
will bo from Kalzer, Thomas, W. Martin,
Hammond, J. M. Martin and Drlnkwater.
AMOG THE. LOCAL BOWLEH
Llppold's Pllla and Itoyles GlassTrare
Ftsiht for Aller Honors.
On the Metropolitan alleys last right the
Llppold's Pills won all three games from
Boyles Glassware. The chief plllmaker, Llp
pold, had high single game with 901. while
Msnley, one of the Glassware men, was
high on totals with 08. Mark Hanna carried
off the booby prise. ' Tonight Luxus vs.
Monte Chrlstos. Scores:
, LIPPOLD'S PJLLS.
Lyndlcker 143 141
6:.8 MR 677
Int ; 2d. I 3d. Total.
Totals ... 603 668 4S9 1.669
The Postoffice took two out of three
games from Idlewlld. Morton had high
game, 193, and high total, 520 for the Post
office. Pohler had high game, l'.0 and high
total, 6u3. The last game was u tie and
Idlewlld won the roll-off. Score!
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Harrier 156 lt 147 472
Morton 169 1i3 168 620
Utt 1M4 14! 169 602
, 4! 511 4S4
... ' 143
4311 3tt 44
, December 1, Andy's va. Harvey's Colts.
De Oro Breaks Record
Tor Run at Pool Game
Champion Pockets- Five Straight
' Frames and Part of the Sixth
NEW YORK. Dec. 1,-Alfred D Ore
broke his own world's ' record of seventy
nine balls for a continuous run at pool
here tonight In winning the world's cham
pionship from Jerome Keogh. He ran five
straight frames and a part of the sixth
for a total tally of eight-one successive
Tonight's block of 200 points In the 600
polnt match for the championship began
with Keogh'thlrty points ahead, Keogh 411,
De Oro 381. But De Oro. quickly ran up
219 to Keogh' 69, making a total for the
three nights' play of 600 to 470'.-
De Oro played In wonderful form. From
the ninth to the sixteenth Inning he played
alone, making his world-beating run and
rounding oat his 219 points In the twen
This is the eleventh time the Cuban has
won the pool championship. He la also
-the three-cushion billiard champion. ,
William Clearwater of Pittsburg chal
lenged De Oro tonight to a coo-point match
for the title in January. The Cuban ac
cepted and pioiuiueU Clearwater the Ltsi
championship match. , .
itorris wins nn.t.iAiin match
Aniatear Champion Loses to World's
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. l.-Wlllle Hoppe
won Ills niatcn with Juseph Mayer, the
amaieur billiard ciiaiiipiun, here tonight, by
l.bou to l.Wia, playing 15 1 to his oponent's
H.2. In the final kihc Hujipo ran out his
v with an iiiirinl.-hed run of l-"3 to his
credit. Mayer's score was liiJ and his high
est run was 06. ii.'ppe's avctaga wis 23 7-17
and Mayers 13 14-16.
In the afternoon game Hoppe scored 300
points to Ar6 lor Mayer. Iloppe's (ilijli run
6-. whlie the bet Mayer could do was
34 In one Inning, itoj.pe s average was
17 U-17 and Msyer's 12 14-1S.
ALEXANDER RHNDS IX CONTRACT
Faal Pitcher Will rtay with
PHILADKIJ'HIA. Dec. l.-A signed con
tiaci tor next )r was received by the
Pi lladtlphla National League liase Hail
bit club today from Urover V. Alexaaiier. who
4.1a pitched last reason for the eSyrucue team
of th New York titate league. Aleander'
no me is in raui, .-icd.
Cauitol Pool Tvarnay.
At the Capitol pool tournament Bunnell
loat his fourth straight game, r'ralUk beat
ing him m to 82. Krahck played a good,
steady game throughout, after the first In
ning. 1 hursdgy evening Iteynolds and Swan
son will play at 9:30 o lock. Score of
Frailrk-0, . 10, 6, 3, 13. t, 14, t, U g,
13, o liA)
Bunnell-15. 10. 5, 10, 12. X i. L S. 1
t. 0-($. Total. 82. ......
Scratches: Bunnell, 3. 4
High runs: Miiiiriell. 23; Feallck, 12
: STANDlN'tl ; , -
Played. Won. Loat, Points.
Harkeasehnildt Win Match.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 1 ;v,rif H,uii
schn.idt, th. Run. wi-eai.er,- aele.!od
"-" " " iionaio ana t. rl tj b. the
German wrtler, here touiKht. H downed
biiiUn In six minutea and fifty-five aecunds
and tJi iu tiignivca tiUnule and fouilorii
DOANE TIGERS DO GOOD WORK
Record for Season Satufiet the Root
ers at Crete.
SOME VETERANS TO LEAVE TOWN
No Meeting; with ITnstlnars Arrasgrd
Bffne Latter Itefosed to Ac
commodate t'ollealaa on Their
Only Open Date.
RKCORD OF POANR COLLKOK.
I'oane, 0; l'eru. 0.
liomie. S; W esleyan. fi.
I'oane, 0; Nebraska, 6.
I mane, 3; Kearney, 0.
iHmne, 6; Uellevue. 3.
Hoane. 3; St. Mary's, 31.
CRETE. Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.) Doant
won thiee games, lost two and tied one.
It Rerured nineteen points to forty-six
gained by opponents. In the Intercolleg'late
league Doane won three games and tied
one and secured sixteen points to nine
gained by opponents.
In many ways the season has been satis
factoryMn the Intercollegiate league Doane
made the best record of any college. It
also held the University of Nebraska down
to the small score of 6 to 0, the best show
ing Doane has made In fifteen years. It
was badly beaten by the strong St. Mary's
team. Doane did not play Hastings be
cause the latter would not play on the
only open dates on the Doane schedule, the
1st or 8th of October, but these dates were
within the regular Intercollegiate season
and Doane saw no reason why they were
Coach Johnson has won the respect and
admiration of all Doane supporters. He
has been an excellent coach and has de
veloped a harmonious and victorious team.
Doane is particularly proud of him as he
Is a strictly Doane product,
Doano will lose this year by graduation
the old hero, Hill Luke, who has played
center so finely and has won that position
on the all-Nebraska eleven, and "Bud"
Griffiths, the all-Nebraska end, who has
played his position in a superior manner.
The rest of the players will all return, and
Adams will be on hand to play center,
which he did so well In the Nebraska game
when Luke was disabled. There will- bo
material on hand for an end and tha team
will probably be strengthened In some re
spects. The foot ball banquet occurg Fri
day evening, December 2, when the honor
Ds will be given ji4 the captain of next
year's team announced.
Dartmouth Athlete Killed.
CINCINNATI, Dec. l.-Edward WaJn
wright of Hanover, N. H., a former Dart
mouth college toot ball uliwr t....A
unconscious In an alley in this city today
and died later, lhere was a gaab, four
Inches In lenuth over nn. u
! Wright's frlenaa belluve he was foully dealt
1 wtui. 1 he police think his death. was due
to accident- v .
SUPPLIES OF HOGS SHORT
Considerable Falling; Off Noted at
Packing; Center Dig- Drop
from Two Year Ago.
.CINCINNATI, Deo. . L-(Special Tl.
gram.)-Price Current says supplies of hogs
In market centers have been reduced and
have fallen short of . the .corresponding
we'ek last year. Total western slaughter
ing reached 470,000 hogs, compared with
67i.000 the preceding week and 816,000 two
week ago. For a corresponding period
lgst year the number ws.s' 625,000 and two
yearg ago 706,000. Frpm November 1 the
total U approximately 2,006,000 against a,195,
0U0 a year ago, a decrease of W0.000 hogs.
Stock being marketed averages well as to
quality. Prominent places compare as fol
lows from November 1 to November 80:
V. ..HO.O 41a,tlO0
Kansas City 00O
Kouth Omaha 100 uoo
2' ful" 1H0.000
ft Joseph 11(5,000
Indianapolis 113 000
Oltumwa, la 30.010
Ceuar Kapids, la Sl.yuO
oloux City 65.W0
TIirtKE li'JV I VEIt.lITIES IN DEBATE
Team from Iowa Meet Minnesota and
Wisconsin Friday Night.
IOWA CITY, la.. Dec. l.-(SpeCial.)-The
two Iowa debating teams which meet
Minnesota and Wisconsin state university
teams on the forensic, platform next Friday
evening are fully prepared for the con
tests. Minnesota Is to be met at the State
University of Iowa and Wisconsin will
meet the Hawkeyes on their own platform.
Iowa'g trio against Wisconsin Is composed
of experienced debaters. Frank Jones, the
leader, was an Intercollegiate debater
while at Oraceland college and has been
Identified with teveral local team during
hla course In the university. His col
leagues, Edgar Ashton and Leon Powers,
are none the less experienced. The Iowa
team to meet Minnesota at Iowa City 1
composed of Glenn Cunningham, Carl Loos
and n. H. Clougn, the first named being
leader. Clough is a former state normal
debater and Loo waa alternate on the
Iowa-llllnola team lust year. Cunningham
was one. of the trio that met Nebraska In
debate last winter. The question for de
bate this year Is relative to that of th
open and closed ehop.
MARIE B00KERTO HOSPITAL
Woman Found Bleed Inn Profusely on
Street Says Doe Not Know
Marie Booker, a colored woman who live
at 417 North Thirteenth street, was badly
cut by an unidentified Italian at Eleventh
and Cap tol avenue last night at 6:30
o'clock, receiving a stab wound In the back,
a bad cut in the abdomen and slashed arm.
Hearing a woman call out for help some
people at 10J North Eleventh rushed
Into the street and found the woman bleed
ing profusely and took her Into the house
and called the police.
The woman was taken to the polio sta
tion and attended by Pollc Surgeon Pep
pers and Harris, being sent afterward to
St, joseph'g hospital. Sh w II live.
Th woman say that she doe not know
why th man attacked her. Th pollc
think that she may have been trying to
relieve th man of hi money.
MAN PAWNS HIS OWN COFFIN
Ulgh Coat of LUInar Force Far
Sighted Resident of Georgia to
ATLANTA, Oa., Dec l Th high cost
of living today forced' M. L. Breman to
pawn hi coffin. Borne time ago be bought
it for hi own use, because h oould "Pica,
It up at a bargain," Today, however, h
nedcd soma money and not having any
thing else a had the coffin carted to a
A Lit Prohleaa Solved
by that great health tonic Electric Bitters
Is the enrichment 'of poor, thin blood and
strengthening tho weak. 60c For sale by
Beaton dru- Co.
Cudahy Plant Shuts
Down During Funeral
Employes Hear kass for Late Head of
Corporation at Time of Burial
All the foremen and many of th em
ployes of the Cudahy Packing company
heard requiem mass for the lat Michael
Cudahy read In St. Agnes church, Bouln
Omaha, lesterday morning at the hour of
his funeral in Chicago. All business was
suspended at thp packing house and It
was the, most complate shut-down in the
history of the ucexn. Not a wheel was
turned ami the oily men working about
the place were those attending to the
boilers, keeping up steam.
Aside from the employes there was a
large congrcKatlon wh.ch included the
children of the paroch.at sch.01. lie..
Father Aherne, pastor, waa the ce.ebrant
at the ma.- and he. was assisted by Kev.
Father Harrington of Omaha and Itev.
Father Mnriarty of Uenron.
The musia was sung by the combined
choirs of St. Mary , Bt. Agnes' and Bt.
Bridgets churches. The addnss was da-
livered 1f Father' Moriarty, who was for
twenty years pasior oi St. nt paris.i.
He referred to the life of the deceased and
said that although he was a man of great
wealth he never forgot hi God and
ways kept lin sight his Creator.
Cnttnlimt tm of School Romance.
I'NION, la., Dec. 1. (Special.) A ro
mance that begun in the little New Provi
dence (Iowa) academy twenty years ago,
culminated today, in the marriage at Whlt
tier, Cal.. of Mis Sadie UlUley, formerly
of New Providence, and Oscar L. ltaldwln,
a wealthy rancher of W'hittier. The couple
was schoolmates ami lovers at New Provi
dence years ago where they both attended
school at the same time. They quarreled
and separated, ltaldwln went west, bought
a ranch near Whlttler and prospered. Ho
married, but hla wife died a few year
ago. Miss Gldley had never married. When
she left the academy she became a school
teacher and recently has been teaching
In an Indian school at Phoenix, Arls. She
visited Whlttler a short time ago, met
Baldwin, and their acquaintance and love
affair was renewed. The wedding followed
soon after. '
Judge for In ter-Varalt y Debate.
IOWA CITY, la., Dec l.-ISpecial. Se
lection or Judges for the Intercollegiate de
bates In which Iowa participates Friday
evening- of this 'week have "been chosen.
The Juflgeg of the Jowa-Wisconsin debate
at Madison will be James Gray, Minneapo
lis; Attorney Edward Schonnehachlen,
Ch.'cago, and Professor Floyd R. Meechem,
Chicago unlvers.'ty.; Judges. for the Jowa
Mlnnosota debat .Will , be A. E;. Sheldon,
Nebraska; rjean O, A. Uarker. Illlnol Law
school, and Judge E. It. .Sedgwick, Ne
braska supreme court. The latter debat
will be held at Ipw City, the former at
Madison, Wis. ,
Hippie Found Onlltr of Assault.
LAKE CITY. HUec l.-(SBtclaI.)-The
case of the fitata . xl .Iowa vs. John I.
Hippie, wherein the defendant wa charged
w:th assault with ntnt to rob one Martha
Ingham, came up 'for hearing In the dis
trict court this Uvaek., The court changed
the charge,' upon Insistence to that effect
by the defense, to -aasault and battery.
He wa found plpjf.and sentenced to a
$100 fine or thirty, day In Jail, and paid
his f.'ne late Ifi'saftettioon, and' was re
leased. If he had .been found guilty of
assault with Intent to rob, he would have
been sent to the' penitentiary.
Boone Bank Chang;..
BOONE. Ia.. Deo. l.-Speclal Telegram.)
E. D. Carter, president of the Beaver
Savings bank, has bought a big block of
stock in the Boone National bank and will
move here as vice president". E. E. Hughes,
president of the bank, will devote most or
lils time to the United Mercantile agency
of Chicago. -'
I.emar Grow One a Year.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30. (Special Tele
gramsThe census bureau today an
nounced the population of Lemars, la., a
4.167, a against 4,146 in 1900, an increas of
eleven during the decade.
Iowa New Note.
BROOKLYN By a vote of 276 to 19 th
proposition to erect a city hall to cost
ts.Ouo was carried lioi at a special elec
FORT DODGE Rev. N. Gibson of Hoard
vlile, Neb., has accepted the pastorate of
the Swedish Bethlehem church In this city
and will move here tli first of next yar.
FORT DODGE Iowa Is now nearest it
has ever been to possession of a Slat flag,
the new military advisory board winch met
recently In Des Moines having commis
sioned General Lincoln Sf Arnua to make
a design U) be submitted to tue next legis
lature. LAKE PARK G. W. Bumgardner, a
young business man of this piace, was
drowned yesterday afternoon winle trying
to skate acroa buver lake. An unuueocoa
ful etiort waa made by a -man, who was
attracted by his yelis, to get nun out of the
water.' Tit body was recovered half an
MARSH ALLTOWN Robert Warren of
ttii city and Laurel, la., and his divorced
wife, Mr. Carrie M, Jdulfer-W arren of
Laurel, were married In Chicago Wednes
day according) to a telegram received here.
Mrs. Warren secured a divorce from her
husband in this city a little more than a
FOU1' DODGE Olof Peterson, aged 80.
was carried from his burning hoiue last
nit at by O. L. menshoel, a traveling sales
man, who remembered that tne a Med man
lay there bedridden. '1 he remainder of tne
tamily, whom calamity in tne snap of fire
had overtaken, wera too excited to remem
ber that Mr. Peterson could not lielD him
self. Mr. btenalioel was nearly overcome
HAMPTON Nearly 300 hunters from Sll
parts of the county scoured Heeve and sur
rounding townships yesterday tor wolves,
with th net result that two wers killed,
one other was wounded and nine others
got away. Inexperience and lack of or
ganization was the chief caub for tiie
small bag. Th hunt waa organised to lid
the townships of wolvea tiial have been
killing much young stock.
VINTON-Waltar Frhse, local freight
agent for the Rock Island railroad, was
killed and mangled by a train In the local
yards Wednesday morning. Th coroner
Jury la Investigating. Frehs had formerly
been employed by th road at Waterloo,
and he was to have been transferred to
Albert Lea, Minn., in a short time. He
leave a widow and child living her and
parents residing Ip Waterloo.
FOUT DODGE A. R. Looml. owner of
an egg and poultry businsa and prominent
financier of Fort Dodge, feel lie lead a
charmed Uf because he miraculously
escaped death Wednesday. While ha was
standing near a big boiler in on of the
pou.lry yards It exploited, the mas of
metal shooting seventy-five feat in the air.
No particle struck him, although pieces of
Iron ktruck chicken, killing many of them
Ins.antly. Hr spread at once to straw
aiacka and poultry , pen, the damage to
taling tl.uoO before in fir waa extin
guished. FORT DODGE Tb Interesting cas of
three factories, who do not want to '
within the town limit of Lehigh, against
thai town, charging Illicit bulloting In th
recent election, which was successful In
extending the city limits, has been settled.
After considerable litigation the court de
cided there was no llieital balloting aud
that th LebiKh Sewer lip and Tile com
pany, the ijthigh Brick arid Tile company
and Campbell Bros. Brick and Ttie com
pany must pay the costs and submit to In
creased taxation. The election in question
rit.nded ll town limit on all sida fur
about a half mile.
DEALERS HITJPARCELS POST
Iowa Implement Men Take Action
Opposed to Plan.
STAND UP FOR THE MIDDLEMAN
Censor of fttroaaest Kind for Mana.
factarere Who Well Direct to Coo
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(From a Ftaff Correspondent.)
DF.S MOINES. Dec. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) Any attempt to establish a parcels
post In the United States Is opposed by
the Iowa Implement Dealers' association,
w hich is now holding Its convention in Des
Moines. In a report made before the con
vention E. V. Arnknecht of Donnellson.
secretary-treasurer of the association, de
nounced the parcels post as a system which
would vitally affect the existence of the
small tradesmen. Th convention adopted
Mr. Arnknecht's report and each member
resolved to exert every effort to Induce
congressmen from the atate to vote agaliist
any such measure.
Manufacturers W'ho sell their products
direct to the consumer came In for a bitter
attack at the hands of the convention.
j . Stat Arsenal In De Molne..
; )n his biennial report to Governor Car
roll. Adjutant General Logan recommends
that a state arsenal for the Iowa National
Guard to be built In Des Moines to be used
as a storage place for arms and war para
phernalia sent from the United States War
department, and that the arsenal be built
so as to make an armory for the Des
Moines national guardsmen. He recom
mends that all stocks and bonds Issued for
the purpose of raising money to be us.id
in the building of new armories be exempt
Coat of Iowa School.
The schools of Iowa cost last year 13,
711.467, which is about a ml 111 n dollars
more than In the previous year. Teach
ers' salaries Increased by $.Vl,on0. These
figures are shown In the advanoe sheets
of the report of the slat superintendent
just Issued. The number of teacheis em
ployed in the school year was 14, WW, which
Is less than the 26,006 oi th year befor.
The average compensation for females was
increased from $44.60 to 346.il, and de
creased for males from t73.58 to 17101. Th
number of sub-districts and the number of
school rooms decreased.
Aak Company to Do Business.
Assistant Attorney General George Cos
ion today tiled with Judge McPherson in
the federal court an amended and substi
tued petition asking an order for the opera
tion of the old Newton & Northwestern
railroad now owned, by th Fort Dodge &
Southern Interurban. The company desires
to completely abandon a part of this road
and represents that If it is not abandoned
It will have the effect of Imperiling the
business of th entir system.
Health Board I Anxloua.
The stats health board and th Des
Moines city health board will hold a joint
session tomorrow at the state ca.pl tol to
consider the situation In Des Moines re
garding the epldemlo of typhoid, which is
becoming alarming. It is contested that the
health boards are much alarmed and do not
know what' can 'be done to prevent the
spread of th same. There are now known
to be about 100 cases of the typhoid in tha
city. The cause Is undoubtedly contamina
tion of the city. trateif supply,'
County Institute Numerous.
All bat thirty of th counties of tha stats
have reported to the state department of
agriculture on the dates and places for
county farmers' Institutes, and nearly every
county of the state will this year have
either a county farm institute or a short
course in agriculture and some of them
will have both. A corps of Institute lec
turers Is furnlBhed by the state college and
the demand for good speakers is large.
Want Train Stopped at Avora.
Th people of Avoca have com back a
second time at the railroad commission for
relief In regard to train service on th
Rock Island. They today filed a long pe
tition for Influence In having train No.
S, westbound, stopped regularly at Avoca,
This was asked not only by Avoca people
but by those of Hanoock, Oakland and
Th report of the Albla Interurban rail
way filed with th railroad commission to
day shows gross revenue on the ten miles
of 129,937.67, and a profit Of J12.4u8.57. Tbs
line runs to Hlteman and Hocking.
Argautent on Coal Rate.
The stats railroad commission today
spent the, day listening to arguments in
th coal rata case on the appl.cat.on of
ths Iowa coal operators for a reduction In
ttie rat on coal within th state, a' he
testimony was taken last summer and is
quite voluminous. James C. Davis, attor
ney for the Northwestern railroad, made
an extended argument against any reduc
tion in any freight rates on th general
ground of the Insufficiency of th present
rates to pay proper dividends,
Four Leva I Parties la Iowa.
Next year tber will be four legal politi
es! parti In Iowa entitled to mak noml
nat.on at th primary. This year there
were but two, but ths socialists and ths
prohibitionists both rscelved a sufficient
number of votes this time to entitle them
to a place on th ballot, as shown by th
Good Vote for Cos son.
Despite the deperat efforts mads to de
feat Senator Georg Cosaon for attorney
. . . .7 " ' ,
! h t.!l vote against 166.633
tor waiters, or a piural.ty of 89,318. Th
final figure show that D. J. Palmer re
ceived a few mor votes than Clifford
Thome, but the effect of the railroad effort i
for hlra wa not a great a expected. '
Palmar vjm.m1v.u1 Si an TkAP mt !
- - - . . - , ..u, uv ana,,oiro,
Dewy 161,071 and Jones 151.617. Th ma-
Jorlty for Deyo wa 60. ML, for Garrett
&2.003 and for Cornwall 53.738.
Senator Goea to Waattlagtea.
senator cummin departed this even- j
ing for Washington. He wilt go first to
jsew rorK for a day on business of per
gonal nature, then to Washington. He has
no definite program of legislative work.
Senator Toung will go In a day or two
In order to be present at th opening of
Will Bay Mors Land.
Lieutenant Thomas who has been at Ft
De Moines with a detachment Of engineer
from Ft. Leavenworth ha returned to bis
own pot. They hav been her for about
thre week mak ng surveys on the target
range and placing distance. It is probabl
that th government will purchss tb in
tervening land between tb targets and th
red from whr th men shoot for th
longer distance. They purchased about 100
acre of ground on which th target I
now altuated la 1. Ths new purchase
will give them entire ownrhlp of all th
County Rallies for Varsity Alaatal.
IOWA CITT. Ia.. Deo. 1. Nlnety-nln
former students and alumni of ths stats
university of Iowa were chosen todsy to
act as conveners for ths county club gath
erings of Iowa alumni in tbs nlnety-nln
j counties of this slat during tb CUriatina
hoi day. The Oreater University commit
tee ha taken the county club rally In
hand this year and resolved to make it a
I success greater than ever before. Work In
gathering together alumni for the annual
ninety-nine rallies will start immediately.
Aged Recluse Found
Hanging by Arm
Mrs. Jennie Hundling of Breda Caught
by Trap Door When Ladder Slips
from Under Her.
CARROLI la., Deo. 1. (Special.) Sus
pended hy her arm, with her hand held
firmly under the heavy trap door leading
to the attic, where it wa caught when the
door fell upon It and held It. and with the
flesh of the hand and part of the cheek
eaten away by rats, the body of Mrs. Jen
nie Huendllng, aged 90, wa found yester
day In her hermit home nine mile east of
Breda, Carroll county. The news did not
reach here until today. Mrs. Huendllng was
the mother of Rev. Mr. Huendllng, editor
of the Breda Ostrlexlsche Nachrlchten.
The woman's body was found hanging
from under the trap door, which was di
rectly over her bed. There she dangled
by her arm until unconsciousness relieved
her suffering and death followed. Near
the bed was an old ladder which had been
used to reach the garret. From the appear
ances of the ladder and the body, It Is
evident the old woman had tritd to get Into
the garret and the ladder had slipped and
her hand had been caught under the trap
door, which fell when she fell.
It Is believed that the accident happened
Saturday. John Chrlstenson, a son by her
first marriage, was the lust person who
saw her alive. On Saturday he visited his
mother, who lived alone, and carried in a
pall of water and did other work at her
home. The pall of water was found where
he had left It. Mrs. Heundling lived alone
for years, having repeatedly refused to go
and live with her son.
Kvldenoe Begin a Baker Trial
IOWA CITY. Ia., Dec. 1. (Special.) Jury
selection was completed today In the be
g.nning of the trial of Guy Buker of Lorn
Tree for the murder of Oliver Driver at
that place last June. A iury list of ovct
eighty-nine men had been exhausted in
an effort to secure twelve suitable persons
The arguments of the state were started
by County Attorney McDonald and the
opening statements for the defense were
made by Judge Wade. Three witnesses
were called by the state before the cloap
ftf the trial for the day. One of them,
John Schapveldt. was sn eye witness to
the tragedy of six months ago and gave
a vlvW description of what took place,
it is claimed by the state that Driver died
as a result of a blow on the head Inflicted
by Baker during a quarrel between the two
Rumor of Railroad Buildings.
IDA GROVE. Ia., Dec. 1. (Special.)
Rosser & Whltaker. contractors having
offices in Minneapolis and Sparta, Wis.,
have asked big ranchmen near Ida Grove
to bid on wintering 123 head of mules In
this vicinity. The ranchmen are asked for
prices on caring for the animals five
months. There are rumor afloat here that
the animal will be used here on a big
contract In the spring, and that possibly
the contract Is the cut-off to Sioux City
that was talked of last fall. By runninr.
direct from Ida Grove to Correcttlonville
and thon to Sioux City the distance from
here to Sioux City would be reduced
Two Million Acres
of Oklahoma Land
-at Your Own Price
The unallotted lands in the old Indian
Territory, much of which is well adapted
to successful agriculture, are to be sold to
the highest bidder at
U. S. Government Auctions
which will be held at County Seats of Counties in
which various tracts are located, from November 21,
1910, to February 25, 1911.
The best of these lands are reached by Rock Island
Lines. This is
and probably the last chance
land cheap. Can you afford
Low Homesecker's Excursion Fares first and third
Tuesdays of each month with liberal stop-over privi
ledges. Go, see for yourself. You have the same
chance as the man on the ground.
Title Guaranteed by United States
Write today for full information. I will tell you
where the tracts are located, points where each tract
Will be sold at auction and send you a map free of
L. M. ALLEN. Passenger Traffic Manager
Room Sll. Is Sail Station. Chlcsgo
JOHN SEBASTIAN. Third Vice-President
Rock Island Line
1 V a.
Family Trad tSupllrd lij
Cbaa. Stors, Phones' Webste
iH0j liaeVuUul U-lVitil
thirty miles. There are also nimors Ir
the air that the mules are to l,c used on,
a gradlnit connect for th lorn; proposal
Ploux C.ty branch of th Great .Western.
BANK BANDITS BIND BOY
Cracksmen Discovered nt Work at
tussrl. In.. Tie Tooth and
OTTVMWA. Ta.. Pot- t.-t'lscnvered while
seeking to force the safe of the State Bank
of Russell, near here, robher bound John
Stearns, a youth who saw them, t.i pre
vent his giving the alarm nnd iott without
taking any money. Stearns was found In
the bank today and told of seeing the men
when he passed the building an hour before
mlrinluht. He snld he Whs sclKrd and bound.
llo 1 111 pa led on Pitchfork.
IDA GROVE, In., Dec. l.( Special .
Wnlter IllXfon, the 10-var-oll son of
William lllxson, a prominent farmer, slid,
off a hnystnek while at play nnd Inntled
on an upturned p tchfork. One ttno pene
trated the boy's lung and another his
abdomen, i'uncftirlns nnd lacerailnK Ms
Intestines terribly. Ho hus a faif rhun'-e
(.et the (.enulti" Dvnv.
A substitute Is a dangerous, makeshift
especially In medicine. The genulno
Foley's Honey nnd Tnr cures coughs and
cold quickly nn1 Is In a yellow package
Accept no substitute. Sold by, all drug
You have heard of
well shatter one of
You will find thrm all old
fashioned smokes. Every
Not only that but all,
hand workmanship. Don't ,
stop to wonder now wa
have accomplished it try
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the best cigar ever tasted
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to buy good Oklahoma
to overlook it?
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