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PUEBLO BATTERS TAKE IT
Make it Four Straight Gaines from
N1TH0FF MAKES THREE-BAGGER
ArlxKast Follows llb llomrr, lidl
I ml In in Make Three In Ho"
nnl Hnvo Ono tu tlir
PUERLO. Ort. l.-Puebln batted Hnll
hard today and mado It four straights
from Omnha. Score:
AH. R. H. O. A. K.
Moore. 2h S 1 0 S 4 0
Mehnff. Sb 5 1 1 I i 0
Thomason, if 2 0 110 0
Kan, lb 2 1001
William, rf 1 1 2 2 0 0
Coyle, If 110 8 10
Fiirrall. ih II 0 0 1 ft 0
Arbognst, e 4 114 0 0
Hall, p 4 0 0 0 S 0
Total! 27 t 25 13 1
ah. rt. n. o. a. k.
Mlddleton, ( f 6 14 10 0
Cralf, rf 10 1 10 0
lierser, ss 4 10 2 10
Reldrn, If.. 4 1 2 4 0 0
Hughes, 2b 4 1 2 4 2 0
Koei nrr, lb 4 0 1 5 0 0
Sohmld, 2b 4 2 2 0 2 1
demons, c 4 0 1 10 4 0
Jai kon, p 2 0 10 11
Routt, p 2 1 1 0 0 0
Claire, if 2 0 1 0 0 0
Total! 3s 7 17 27 10 2
On out when winning run waa ma.
Omaha 00200400 0-4
Pueblo 02002011 17
Stolon bases: Mlddleton (3), Rerger,
Craig, Hchmld. Two-ban hlta: Williams,
Relden. Kocrner, Hughes. Three-base
hit: Nlehoff. Minna run: Arhogsst. Hit
by pitched ball: Houtt. 1. Sacrifice hlta:
Koerner, ('lemons, Craig, Williams, Coyle,
Fevrrell, Ueldin. Htruck out: Ry Jarkaon,
6; by Routt, 2; by Hall, I. Raeel on
balls: Off Jackson. 5: off Routt. 2; off
Hall, 6. Wild pitch: Hall. 1. Time; 1:66.
I mplies: McDowell and Clark.
Postponed at the
The motor races, which war supposed
lo have been pulled off at the Omaha
speedway yesterday afternoon, wer post
poned for the second tin, a on account of
th poor condition of the track, tha re
sult of th recent rains. Th four-day
pro (tram will start Wednesday afternoon,
when It I thought that th track will be
In th brat possible condition and will
b free from all dust. '
Yesterday waa to have been a bis; day
at the track, as the flaturday and Sun
day eventa wer scheduled to begin, at 1
o'clock. Th advanc sale was good and
a, large crowd waa expected. L. Huff
man mad a run to th track at an early
hour yesterday morning and mad a trial
trip around tha one-mile course, but on
th turna akldded, and after a eonferenco
with some of th leading drlvera, decided
to postpone th races.
All tha drlvera and cara entered In tha
four daya of racing have arrived and
will stay over until the meet Is pulled
off. Wednesday at 2 o'clock will see the
opening. On Thursday there will be no
races, on account of th military parade.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday will finish
th meet. In all about forty cara are en
tered, representing over fifteen makes.
Beveral local drivers wil) participate, but
th majority of th pilots will be celeb
rities from all parts of th country.
Signal Corps Team
Between l"0 and 200 spectators at Port
Omaha yesterday aaw th Excelsiors de
(eat th Fort Omaha Signal Corps team
by th scor of S to 0. In th second
quarter Uuinan of the Excelsiors put
a drop kick over from th thirty-yard
Una. Tha gam waa fast and furious
from th start to th finish.
In th last quarter Uuinan mad an
other successful drop kick, but th ball
' waa called back because of an of fsld
Both teams played remarkable ball, the
lln of th Excalstora holding specially
Next Saturday th Excelsior go to
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Any out-of-town ttams averaging lao
poui.ds will be accommodated by the Ex
celsiurs. writ to a. A. Klmmel, 2421
Cuming street, or call Independent
UAVID CITY V.IM P1RIT GAME
Tak Nebraska sillltary Aeaaeiay
la te Taa of S to O.
DAVID C1TT, Neb.. Oct 2 -8pc1al
Th lmvld City High school eleven
started tbe season In a proper manner
FiiUay by brlnKtng horn th bacon from
ine military ooys ai Lincoln, uavid (It
Ivlayed on the opposing team's teiriim
during the entire gam, but no touch
oon ein 10 ue mere lor them.
The tcore as It was, waa made by th
tome teams star fudbauk and iium.r
1'cnliek, when he made a drop kick over
the Anti-Weapon Bill All Wron
rt,TK(ui yqoto ewe iV
To fAG , t oh ex. wwt To
BORjRavj lY- LISTEN
Standing of Teams
1-. w. i,. ret
Denver l 1"K t,i .11.0
ft. Joseph 1M W W .ivs
1'uehlo K.0 KH 71 ..Vi4
Hlotix City Ml K9 71 .nlfi
Omaha put M 7:t ..Mo
Lincoln ino M 7!l .510
Topeka l.'.S f7 VI .V4
Dim Moines 1MI 4H 10S ..106
NAT. I.KA'Jl'K. AM ICR. I-KAOIIC
W. L. rvt.i W. U. I'ct.
New York.jt.1 W .0 0 f'hll phla. t'S 4 .571
ChlrsKo ,.H7 fil Detroit ....7 61 .5Sk
IMttHh ah 4 7 ..' .'I I'levelnrri ,7S 70 .Sir?
I'hirplila .7! M .f,4"Niw York.7rt 71 517
Kt. twlH..7J 70 .rdl'ChlcBKO ...74 72 .Ml
f'lnpln'atl .fit 51 .4-'l Rustmi ....72 75 .4H:i
llionklyn .00 2 .42V Washl't'n 62 M 41'J
HuHton ,...!W I'M .2K48t. Ir.uls..41 106 .2S1
Omaha, 6; I'ueblo, 7.
Bloux Clly-Topeka: rain.
Ft. Joseph. Ii; Lincoln, forfeited.
Des Moines-Denver; rain.
NATIONAL LTCAOTJ H.
lloston. 8: I'hllmlelphlit, 8.
New York, 5; I'll tburifh, 0,
Hrofiklyn-l'lticlniiatl ; rain.
C'liUatlo-Ht. LiiuIh; wet KrmindH.
Wt. LniilH-Chlcaifn; wet Krounds.
Jetrnlt. 4; Cleveland, 7.
l'hlladslphla-WachliiKton: wet grounds.
Ilosion-New York; wet grounds.
Western league Omnha at Uncoln,
Bloux City at Denver, Kt. Joseph at
hiulilo, es Moines at Topeka.
Natlomil I-uaue New York at l'hlla
delihlu, Chli'SKo at Hi. Loula.
American League-Mt. Luiils at Chi
cago, Detroit at Cleveland. Philadelphia
at Washington, lloston at New York.
Drawing for Tennis
Tourney of Omaha
High School Girls
Drawing for th high school girl's
fall singles tennis tournament have been
made and play will be commenced im
mediately. A total of slxty-flv girls have entered
the tournament and Miss Dumont, th
girl's physical training inxtructor, who
la managing it, predlcta soma close
matches before th championship will
Th winner of the tournament will
meet ' Laura Zimmerman, at present
Ingles champion of tha school, for th
final chnmplunshlp. Th matches .will
bo played at the Field club and on private
courta of the girls. Following la tha list
of the drawings:
H. Walton plays Catlierm Woodworth.
E. Cmlerwuud plays Esther Uardner.
Amy Pitxlntham plays Elinor McUllton.
Edna Uibbs plays Mary Johnston,
bat ah Cole plays Irene MHjors.
Marguerite McCartney plays Olna An.
Msrlan Dolan plays Maurlne Hendee.
Julia Uulnby plays Carinelltta Jenkins,
Irene l almqulst plays Keulati llyrd.
Mary Reynolds piays Laura Mters.
Esther Kaplan pliiys Catherine t'ulver.
liene Cotton plays Florence WIIk.
Anna 1'urdy pluys Margaret llldway.
Ruth Hunfoid pluys Delia Nelson.
Ethel l'epper plays Mary Marston.
l.iturn Axford plays Hniel bamp.
Margaret Hevett plays Emma Ring,
Elinor Lear playa Luclle Fellers,
llasel Leaverton plays Elsie Maekimen.
Frances Malloy plays Katherlne Mullln.
Elizabeth Kalney plays Norma Schulta.
Frames (tollard playa Mlxa Dumont.
Ruth Rylander plays Alice I'ortei fluid.
Florence Dow plaVs Edna Thrane.
Hasel bnow plays 11 Johnston.
Mlns Herbert plays Miss Towns.
Albera. McCrone plays Mar. Hloom.
lilu fct ner plays Mildred Husk.
Lillian Tufflrld plays Louise Schon-
Mabel Nelson playa Marlon staples.
Thelma CarllHle playa 11. Curtis.
L. Miller plays Alice Rushtou.
Delia Rich plays the winner of Walton-
Wood worth match.
Nettle Mulr plays the winner of in-
Efrte Cleland plaa the winner or j- iuin-
Dorothy Mi-Murray playa the winner of
llertle Hoim plays th winner or cole
FOR FOOT BALL SEASON
Tk nelmonta will open tbs Benson at
vn.sourt VaUey next Bunday. Thy x-
tw.et i have another good season, as they
have most of last year s men back. The
lohs of L. McDermoit at right end will
hurt the trams chances, but they x-
oect MclTeary to mi nia piece. i ne
addition of rchroeder, a Wisconsin man
t eft auara win airenguien ins line.
Couch Hamilton lias several new piay
and will arm ms men nara.
Anv fast out-of-town team will b ao
commodated with games by addressing
Manager O. A. Hagkiuan, uii .Noilli
JENNINGS MAY BECOME
MANAGER OF THE SENATORS
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2 Hughey Jen
nlnns. nianager of the Detroit American
leagu team, may beoom manager and
a stockholder in tha WeshltiKlou Ameri
can league club. Jennlnas has conferred
with Fresident Noyea of th Washington
club, who Informed him that n would
t welcome a manager and stockholder.
If It could be arranged with th Detroit
Fifty Persons Hurt
as Grandstand Falls
ADTtEVlLLR. La... Oct. t-Fifty per
sons wer Injured, a number seriously
and several hundred thrown Into a panlo
today when a grandstand at a West Bid
park wrestling bout collapsed. Several
bad limb broken.
THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3,
He Has the Giants Scared
ii i i. nn. i i n. n iis sssssassssasMsi-sT-J !:?
Jo Tinker, the Qlan't "Jinx," who Is
picked by a majority of the sport critics
throughout th United States as shortstop
In th American all-star team for 1911.
Tlnk" has a wonderful record, not the
BOWLERS FORM NEW BODY
All Leagmei of City Join In Associ-
fttion xor zear.
TO CONTROL CITY TOURNAMENT
Plan Will Do Formulated to Bring;
port to gystmatlo llaals
23. M. Tracy Elected President
Th organisation of th Omaha, Bowl'
ng association waa permanently estab
lished at a meeting held Sunday,
Th association la composed of all the
bowling league In Omaha and South
Omaha, th personnel being as follows:
Omaha league, Tracy and Orotte.
Commercial league, Waleni and Drink-
Mstropolltan league, Schneider and Ort-
Rooster league, Ratekln and Whltte-
Mercantile league, Smith and Lamb.
Magle City league, Leplnskl and Hunt.
I'sckers' league, Koch and Hammond.
The officers of th association to serv
for on year arei
Edward M. Tracy, president: Richard
tkdinelder, first vice president; Frank M.
Lepmski, second vica President; men u.
Orotte, secretary C. F. Ratekln, treas
urer, These officer with Philip Walens, P.
E. Smith, R, L. Hammond and Charles
Drlnkwater, will comprise th executive
Richard R. Orott waa appointed a
member of th executive body, repre
senting tha association In th American
Th Omaha Howling association will
regulate all matters pertaining to league
bowling In this vicinity and will no doubt
strengthen the game considerably, and
will also control th city bowling tourna
ment The first meeting waa a most harmo
nious affair, which assures Its eventually
bulng a oomplet success.
Sioux City will play a special match
at th Francisco alleys next Wednesday
afternoon with former Slous City players.
The lineup Is aa follows!
Bloux City ret sis. Bthunk, Hoyer, Kel
logg U., FoUls.
E-Sloux city-Bperry, JIM. YVartchow,
Th Striker Shoe company team would
like a match game with the team of th
Drexel fciho company.
Corey A McKensi Co..
A. u. V. W. No. 17
A. I. Root Printing Co.
Midland tJ. and P. Co..
T J ,T7T 4.44
1 8 4 .tSS 4.4J7
2 4 6 .441 4.41
4 ( .441 t.Ui
t 4 8 .443 4.11
t 2 T -i.i 4140
I 2 T .1-! i ,v.J
tt. M. Johanna.,
R. aiM-kwsil ,
J. U. Btsokwsll.
1M SlmpSDB h
ITS' ChrtiKsnssa 1
17) Wssiworlk 144
171 H. twkmslsUr IH
VI 8i klndltr ltl
144 Mkrr ISO
1st Hnthr I''
143 krsnSs ,,,, IK
141, M. Smith I
10 Swsasua IT
10, tt. A. Jukasus UI
least feature of which la the regularity
with which he scored hits off the peerless
Christy Mathewson and pulled down win
ners for th Cubs at th last Cub.Qlant
.till Potter Ill
8 1 .88 7.836
9 ( 1 .8M8 7.613
6 t .668 7.203
9 2 8 .331 7.t&J
S 8 .US 7,t4
I 2 8 .832 7.0C7
I 8 .233 6,472
Guarantee Clothing Co,
Omaha Bedding Co
3 7 .l2 6. aw
IN' Powell HI
11 B. Johnson Ml
1S5 Tombrlok ISO
1H Mstthes 1(1
10 Henssle Ill
110 McLssa UT
171 Ocndf 1ST
17 Durkse U
174 t. Blsrmsa 1M
1741 Rossstg 1(1
171, Hell 1I
17o Psrronstte 144
nn Howirt 141
le,o. Blsrmsa HI
147 tirummy Ill
1IM Korltll Ill
ll SVolley HI
US: Wbittrmore 110
i 14 WMhrlob Ill
i 144'Btors ill
Maglo City Leagne,
Peterson's Candy Klda 8
Cullain'i Cubs t
Oarlow Colts 0
Hoyce's Crackerlacka 0
South Omaha Ice Co 0
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U0 Ptckrsll ...
mil Bsksr ....
17 Whiter ...
174 Msrrstt ,,
It! rr. .?ox ..
14 MsrtlB ....
1411 MuHIo ....
17 1 Tow Is
ISTi hsrwe4 ..
1(14 Nsllsoa ....
111! Dr. Bck...
14 d ors ...
1st. tit ts Tnlil
Frwln 121 171 1.14 424
Vtt lt8 1st 171 830
Oellup 1V 134 223 bit
Totals 468 44 628 1,472
nsnu DiAat lf.
1st. Id. Id. Total.
Matson 8 1U 1M 2
Olaa 0 143 lil 4h9
Crosier Iu2 U4 14 470
Totals 4O0 410 4a 1,261
All semes on Metropolitan basement
league will be poatponsd on account of
AK-sar-tien auring tbla week.
Eight Children Burn
to Death in Home
INDIANA. Pa., Oct. 2. Eight children
of Mr. and Mrs. William Dlas of Heah
bon. near her, ranging In ag from 1!
years to 2 months, were burned to death
early today when fir destroyed the
home. The parent left th children In
their beds and went to th first floor,
wner tney made an attempt to ex
tinguish the fire.
Persistent Advertising la the Road to
x (rvpo gotta nsNe.
TWO COLCAt'S. t.GANS;
V40UJ To Q A GOOD FUjjw
ANO LCMO IT .To
GIANTS SHUT OUT PIRATES
Pitcher Wiltie Holds Local Team to
NEW CHAMPS GET THREE RUNS
No PHtsboruh r layer Reoches
Second. Base and Only Fonr Get
to First. Hereon Secures
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 2. New York to
day appeared in the closing game of the
base ball season lre, defeating Pltts
burRh. It waa a well plnyed contest. The
feature was the pitching of Wlltse, who
held the locals to two singles, ono of a
scratchy character. Not a Pittsburgh
player reached second base and only four
got to first base. In all only twenty
eight men faced Wlltse, one of whom re
ceived a base on balls. The fielding on
both sides was sharp, many brilliant
plays being made. Score:
NEW YORK. PITTSBt'ROH.
AH H.O.A E AB.H O.A E.
PTnr. If... 4 110 nrtyrn. Sb .. 4 0 0 1 0
Doyl. lb... I II OLesrh, ct...l 0100
BnoHsTss, cl I 1 I 0 01 .-, II.... I 10 0 0
Murray, rt.. 4 110 OWsgnrr, ss. I 0 1 I 0
Msrkle. lb.. 4 1 II 0 OWIUou. rf..l 0 10 0
H.r.ns. lb.. 4 1 0 I oMcCthy. lb I 0 4 I 0
Fletcher, ss. 4 0 2 3 1 M. K'h's. lb I 0 It 0 0
Mysrs, C....I til OKeene 1 0 0 0 0
Wiltss, p... 3 10 1 OOlbsun, O...I 0 13 0
Itendrlx. p.. I 0 0 I 0
ToUl 10 17 II l'Mlll.r 1 10 0 0
Totslt 77 t 27 II 0
Hatted for McKechnie In ninth.
Ratted for Hendrlx In ninth.
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-t)
New York 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 02
Two-base hit: Hersog. Rases on balls:
Oft Hendrlx, 2; off Wlltse, 1. Struck out:
By Hendrlx, S; by Wlltse, 1. Time: 1:13.
Umpires: Johnstone and Eason.
Phillies lilt Hartl.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. -Philadelphia
hit the dellverlea of Perdu and Weaver
hard and defeated Boston. Hogg, the
third pitcher used by Hoston, and Chal
mers, who succeeded Curtis, were effec
tive. PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON.
AB. H.O.A E. AB H O.A E.
Knsbe, Jb.,4 III OSvesney, lb I 1 1 4 0
I Ailiert, lb.. 6 I 1 I ODonlln, of... I 1 4 1
Mas, If... 4 110 OKIrks. If.... I t 0 0
Lunsrus, lb. I 1 10 0 0 Millar, rf... 4 1 1 0 0
Pasksru c(.. 4 14 0 OKrldwsll. is. 1 I 0 4 0
Titus, rt.... 4 I 1 t OHoussr, lb.. 4 I 10 0 o
iKmlan, ss..3 0 4 4 6 MrD'ald. lb. 1 0 1 3 0
Kllllfsr. c... 4 14 0 Ol'.srldsn, .. 4 1 t 1 0
urtls, p.... 1 0 0 0 OPenlu, p... 0 0 0 0 0
'hslmers. D I 1 0 0 OWeaver. o... 1 0 A 1 ft
Heck 1 1 0 0 OHogs, p 0 0 0 0 0
Hots. P 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 37 II 37 10 0lnertoa .. 1 0 0 0 0
Kaiser .... 10 0 4 0
Totals II I 14 13 1
Hatted for Weaver In eiKhth.
Hatted for Hogg In ninth.
Ratted for Curtis In ninth.
Two-bas hits: Rarlden, Titus, Chal
mers, struck out. By Perdue, 1: by
Weaver. Si by Curtis, 8; by Chalmers, 1.
Bases on balls: Off Weaver, 1: off Cur
tis, 2; off Chalmers. 3. Time: 1:50. Um
pire: Rigler and Flnneran.
Outweighed fully ten pounda to a man.
the Athletic held the Monmouth park
second team to a 0 to 0 tie Sunday at
Florence park. The game was played
on a muddy field, which made fast play
Twice tho ball waa within striking dis
tance of each goal, but each time th
defender managed to hold and punted
out of dangor. The Monmouth Parks
started with a rush, plunging through
th line for repeated gains In the first
quarter. The Athletics braced with the
ball In the shadow of the goal posts
and punted out of danger. Only one
after that was the ball near their goal.
Unable to niaka any galna through the
heavier line of their opponents, the
Athletics wer forced to play an open
game, relying on forward passes and end
run for their chief gains.
Tha playing of Ilasen, Oulnan and
Thornton of the Athletics and McUreary,
Kennebeo and Graham of th Monmouth
Parks, featured the gam.
In their two game this season th
Athletic have not been scored upon and
last season want through the schedule
without a defeat, though forced . to
play mucn heavier teams. The lineup:
Athletics. Monmouth Parks.
Orssn. Thornton... Tt.B.
F B.I F.s).
Flag at Camp Mickey
Refuses to Come Down
Until the sun shines and the weather
Is clear Old Glory floats over Camp John
J. Mickey triumphantly and non can pull
It down. According to army regulations,
when retreat la blown th flag must be
lowered. Unllk Napoleon'a bugler, who
could not blow retreat, th national
guardsman at th camp knew well th
mournful notes. Sunday retreat was or
dered and th bugler rang out th com
mand. A squad grasped th ropea to
lower the Star and Stripes, but pull as
they would th flag would not com
down. Th rains had caused th rope
In th pulleys to expand and no powr
could raus them to Blip. So the grea
flag wave over th encampment dsfl
antly awaiting a warm sun to shrink th
rope to their normal dimensions.
Persistent Advertising la th Road to
By "Bud" Fisher
CLEVELAND WINS IN SIXTH
Tigers Beaten by Score of Seven to
TY COBB PROVES OUT OF FORM
Ceater Fielder .Fans Tvrloe nnl Fools
Out Once Crawford Geta Two
Doubles Kalrr Strikes
Out Ten Men,
CLEVELAND, Oct. 2. Cleveland de
feated Detroit In the first game of the
final series. ntcher Covington was
forced to retire because his pitching hand
waa njured by a batted ball. Cleveland
could do but little with either Mullln or
Covington, but found Summers easy. Cobb
fanned twice and fouled out once.
AD H O. A. K. AB.H.O.A.K.
Graney, U... 4 111 0 Bush. ss.... 4 2 11
Olmn, SS....3 13 3 OCobb. rl....l 0 10 0
Jsii:soo. rt.. 3 10 0 ori-wfnrd, rf 4 4 I 0 0
Lajole. lb... 6 110 OD'hanty. 2b. I 0 0 1 1
Hlr'sh'm, cf I 1 1 0 OTutw Ier, If. 4 I 3 0 0
11,11, 2b t 1 0 3 01 la I nor, lb . 4 1 12 0 ft
Turner, lb.. 4 111 OM'rlarty, 8b 4 0 8 2 0
O'Nsll, c... 4 112 I OW Msiin. C...4 0 110
Kalsr. p.... 4 10 3 1 Mullln. p... 1 0 0 0 0
Covl'gton, pi 0 0 1 0
ToUl 31 13 27 16 1 Hummers, p. 1 1 0 1 0
Drake 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 83 10 24 11 3
Batted for Summers In ninth.
Cleveland 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 -7
Detroit 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0-4
Two-base hits: Crawford (2), Kaler,
Birmingham. Bases on balls: Off Kaler,
2: off CovlnKton, 2; off Summers, 1.
Struck out: By Kaler. 10; by Covington,
1: by Summers, 1. Time. 1:47. Umpires:
O'Loughlln and Pcrrlne.
Result of Grudge
of Years Standing
MANMOUTH, III., Oct. 2. William E.
Dawson, his wife and one daughter were
found dead In their beds today, the skulls
of each crushed In. Dawson was the
caretaker of the First Presbyterian
church and when ha failed to open the
building for services today, four men
went to his home and found the bodies.
There were no evidence of a struggle
nd the murderer la believed to have
killed each with a single blow.
The police are Inclined to believe the
murder Is the result of an old grudge
f more than twenty years standing.
Dawson's life waa at that time theat-
ened, when his testimony la said to have
sent a companion to the penitentiary
for twenty years. After tha trial the
convicted man said he would get Daw
son when his term expired. The police
say the sentence of this man expired
less than a year ago and and while
he ha never been seen In this locality.
Detectives First to
Register at Gregory
DALLAS, S. D., Oct. 2. The honor of
filing the firs' registration application
at Dallas last night in connection with
the Rosebud and Pine Ridge, opening
fell to Hugh' O. McCaffrey, assistant
superintendent of the Pinkerton, agency
In Chicago. He aigned the slip at two
minutes after midnight
The second certificate fell to A. G.
Sparks, for many years connected with
th detective force In Kansas City.
Both men have been specially retained
aa members of the local police force dur
ing the rush. Judg James W. Wltten,
superintendent of the opening, extended
his personal best wishes to the two first
applications and then tha routine, regis
tration work was at once put under head
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is allowed to remain in the system
Rheumatism gets a firmer hold on
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to use. Write for our book on Rheu
mstism and ask for any special med
ical advice. No charge for either.
8. 8. S. is sold at drug stores.
THE S WIFT SPECIFIC CO., AtU. Ca.
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UNIVERSITY OF OMAHA PLAYS
DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MINES
The University of Omaha Is really going
to break Into the foot bail world with a
vim, which will carry Its name for many
miles. Games have been arranged with
tennis In easterrj Nebraska, and Monday
it was annowncid that on Saturday, Octo
ber 21, the team will go to Rapid City,
S. D., where It will meet the team rep
resenting the State School of Mines. In
years past the I'akotans have had one
of the. fastest tennis In the west outstdo
of the teams In the Missouri valley con
ference and so by playing them tho
Omaha boys will firmly establish them
selves In the foot ball world.
Other games which have been sched
uled are: October 14, Nebraska Deaf and.
Dumb school In Omaha; November 10,
Peru at Omaha; Nevember 30, Hastings
college at Hastings. Negotiations ara
also under way with several other schools
in Nebraska and eastern Iowa.
Every nlKht about twenty men get out
and don the moleskins and, under th
direction of Coach Currens, are being put
through some grueling work.
When vnu tinvA nnvtrilnor for saIa are
exchange advertise it In The Bee Wilt
Ad columns and get quick results.
RAIN OR SHINE
cannot affect thi appearance of a
IT cannot wilt, blister or lose its
with celluloid ormbber. The tame
en liar yott've alwavs worn only waterproofed.
Launder yourself with s damp clo(h.
fjollsrs, 23c each Cuffs. SOc a pair
ax your dealer's, or by mail on receipt of price.
The FIBERLOID CO.
7 & 9 Wsrsrly Place. N. T.
GOVERNMENT SALE INDIAN LANDS
Absolute Title Given The unallotted
lands of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Na
tlons of the Five Civilized Tribes In Okla- i
homa, and not Including the coal and tim- ,
ber segregations, will be sold at publlo
auction to the highest bidder at the fol
lowlnK terniB, times and places at not less
than the minimum price stated In the ad
vertisement: Grady county, Chickasaw,
&Sb tracts, o7.6oo acres, November 2, a, 4; j
Stephens county, Duncan, 730 tracts, 6,300 '
acres, November 6, 7, h; Jefferson county,
Ryan, 702 tracts 49.4U0 acres; Novembers, '
10. 11: Love county. Marietta. sfi4 tracts, i
75,600 acres, November 13, 14, 15, lb'; Carter I
county, Ardmore, 1,17:1 tracts, S3.300 acres,
November 17, 13, 2i, 21, 22, 23; Murray ,
county. Sulphur, 352 tracts, 2J.O0O acres,
November 24, 25; Garvin county, Paula
Valley, C21 tracts, 3U,5iX acres, November
27, 2S, 2!l; McClain county, Purcell, 2sS 1
tracts, 14,000 acres, December 1, 2; Ponto-
too county, Ada, till tracts, 45,3u0 acres, '
December 4, 6, 0; Johnson county, Tisho
mingo, 6(14 tracts, 3'j,200 acre::, December 7,
8, ; Marshall county, Madtll, 27! tracts,
IH. 5U0 acres, Deiember li; Bryan county,
Durant, 60s traiAa, 2o,10u acres, December
12, 13; Atoka county, Atoka, l,3oa tracts.
LU.OUO acres, December, 14, .15, 18. 18 1H;
Coal county Coalgate, 60t tracts, 64,iw(l
acres, December 2u, 21, 22; Hughes county,
t'alvln, 437 tracts, 6o,;uo m-rus, December
2ii. 27; Pittsburg county, McAlester, 1,030
tracts, 1G7.100 acres, December 28, 29, 30,
1S11. January 1, 2; Haskell county, Stlgler,
418 tracts, 30,300 acres, January 5 4 Lati
mer county, Wliburton, 1M1 tracts, 15.1M)
acres, Junuary 6; Leflore county. Poteau,
2i5 tracts, 21, MOO acrois, January 6; Push
mataha county, Antlers. M tracts 62 w.J
aires, January g, , lo; Choctaw county,
Huko, 6(11 tracts, 37,500 acres, January
II, 12, 13; McCurtaln county, Idabel, 771
tracts, 64,600 acres, January 15. Ill, 17 1
1912. Not more than IGu acres of agri
cultural and M0 acres of ouier lands will
be soid to one person In any one nation.
Agricultural lands are those having a
minimum valuation of fs.uo or more per
acre ley ma are 25 per cent at the timo
i.f sale, 2a i-er cent In twelve months ami
uO per cent in two Jeura, with d per cent
interest. Payments must be made In tne
form of draft or certified check, payablu
to J. u. Wright, commissioner. Upon full
payment being mad at any time deed
will Issue. Immediately alter approval
of sale certificate of purcliuso wnl issue
and pobsesfclou be given, but cutting of
timber or drilling or mining for minerals
thereon wnl nui l, permuted until full
payment of purchuan price. Right is re
served to reject any or all bids. For Infor
mation apply to the Commissioner of the
Jive civilized Tribes, Muskuget.. Okla
homa, or any of the Districi Agents as
to lands within their respective districts,
lsls of these lands hav been prepared
by cuunties showing the terms of sale,
the description of the various tracts and
minimum price. It will be Impracticabld
to furnish each Inquirer all of these lists
and it is suggested that persons desinms
ttah lnturniatlon specify the locality m
which tney are Interested. Blueprints of
the various counties, showing the loca
tion of the land to be sold will be fur
iiibhej upon application to the under
signed U on the payment of I M for each
County, in the form of draft or postal
money older. J. U. WRIGHT, Commis
sioner t.. the Kive Civilised Tribes. Mus
kugee. Oklahoma. August L liill.
A ? ' 'v 1 M Y-1 : T 1 ' i ST ( X-K I lOLD
tilar -L ii i lr"by e-lven that the res-
... "-Hilts l'I wih sloCKlHimers
t'e M. Jtiselih i:r.,.l l.lun.l I1U,I.
v-ay iiimmny ior lhe pul.,,1Be of tlect
r.. 'V"1''""" for the ensuing war, and
n'.L , ,r"actlon f such other bual
m. ii. """l'rl.v come betore said
f ei lm heM l principal uf-
wood ii V un,l""'y 'n he town of Kl
c M-'k Vh b,att."' Kansas, at Nin
of i 'V y,."" Tudy. th, Hh day
4 I ,1V..
GRAHAM O. LACY.
W. N. PURVIS.
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