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SIOUX HUMBLE GRIZZLIES
Champions Pile Up Thirteen Runs to
KLEPFER SCATTERS THE HITS
Neighbor Aets Thrre-Dase lilt
Rellly, Nelghnore, Breen and
Hendricks steal Basra
DENVETl, Colo.. Oct S. Klepfer kept
tha local' hits scattered, the visitors
grinning by the score of 13 to J. Score:
AB. R. H
Hart man, m..
Total 40 13 17 27
AB. R, H. O.
Uvyd, 2b 4 0 14
Ollmora. If 6 113
J5eall. cf 0 0 0 0
tKenworthy. cf.-aa.. 4 0 18
Cassldy. rf 3 0 0 1
Qulllln. 3b 3 0 11
Lindsay, lb 4 0 0 8
Coffey. a -cf 4 0 10
"Frambe. e 4 1 3
Olmstead. p 0 0 0 0
tVhrelber, p 0 0 0 0
Harrla, p 3 0 0 1
Henrlcks 10 10
t 2T W
Betted for Harrla In tha ninth
Sioux City 3 6 2 0 1 04 2 0-13
Denver 0 000001 1-3
Stolen bases: Rellly, Neighbors, Breen,
IHenrlck. Two-base hlta: Frambe.
Rellly, Coffey, Gllmore, Wag-ner Three
base hit. Neighbors. Bacrlflea hit:
Kallly. Struck out: By Olmstead. 1;
by Schrelber. 1; by Harris. 2; by Klepfer
6. Rasee on balls: Off Olmstead. 2; off
flchreiber. 1; off Klepfer. 2. Hit by
pitched ball: Caaatdy, Andrea a. Left
on bases: Denver. 9; Sioux City. . in
ning pitched: By Olmstead, one-third,
runs. 3, hlta. lj by Schrelber, one. runa.
4. hlta, 4; by Harrla, even and two
third, runa, , hlta. 13. Time: 2:0i. Um
, pi lea: Clark and McDowell.
TOPEKA BINS OVER UBS MOINES
Visiters Fall to Get Raiaer Past
TOPEKA. Kan.. Oct. 3 De Molnea
failed to (et a runner paat second baae
In today'a game, owing to the pitching
of Fugate and faat fielding behind him.
Tha iocala bunched hit off I'lympton
and won easily, 7 to 0. The game waa
played In one hour and ten mlnutea.
AB. R. II. O. A.
Rlekert. U 1 1 3 0
King, cf 4 13 10
T.'all, rt 4 13 0 0
Kmory, tb 4 3 3 S S
Whitney, lb 3 0 0 0
Crisp, c 3 1 1 T 0
Krepa. 2b 4 13 4 1
Fdmiston. aa 4 0 3 1 4
Fugate, p 4 0.0 0
Total 7 14 27 14
Ratted for Plymoton In tha ninth
Tnnrku 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 3 7
De Molnea 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Three-base hit: Krepa. Two-baaa hlta:
Emory. Krepa. Sacrifice file: Crisp,
Whitney. 8trurK out: By Fugate, 7;
by plympton, 3. Wild pilch: Fugate.
Time: 1 10 Umpire: Knapp and Mor
gan. PlEBLO't HITS ARE TIMELY
St. Joseph Loaea to Lorala by Seore
of Six to Five.
PT7EBLO. Oct. . Pueblo hit oppor
tunely today and defeated St. Joaeph,
t to &. Score:
Claire. 3b ...
Clemona, C .
1 1 0 0 3 1 -4
Melnke. Borton Two-
lua h:t. i laire. i.'i
Zullung. S)i Bor
tun. Three-lae tut
ier. Junei. i. Duuble pl . .Klnke to
Kellly to Bui ton Left i.r, baae .t Jo-
-pl. I, Puello. 4. hacrtfli'e hits: Perry,
C'ltmon. Mtruck out: Bv perrv, 2; by
Durham. 1. by Ellis. 2 Bare on tail:
Off Durham. I; off Perry. 2 Time. 1X
Umpire. McKee and Weaver.
DAVID CITr TO MEET YORK
Cloaa Cam ISzpoeted Between the
DAVID CITY. Neb.. Oct S.- Special.)
Ar.tlcipatloa t hUn for the game n.-xt
Friday, when York will Iry to imI--ui
the defeat of l-l ear. caused by ( hr.i.-r
H. .iltlrleli. J'., crossing York's Kal
Una for David City Pi tha last five min
utes of piay.
It will be the aecond game of the aea
sun for both team, and as they aie
nuUched about the aajn for weight a
bard battle la expected, especially for
Standing of Teams
T. W. 'L. Trt
Denver pil lim M . eiT.l
St. Joseph l.Vt mo ..;
Pueblo K.I SO 71 ..VjI
hloux City I'll US MM
Omaha 1) M 7 .610
Lincoln 1'Vi l 79 .510
Topcka I't f.s V'l .S'.fl
De Molnea li7 4S M .'JU6
NAT L LKOUE. j
W. L Prt,
New York 'M !
Plttub'Kh M n,
Phi la 7') 'ST
t. l-oum.,71 71
C'in'natl ..'is (l
Brooklyn. .Mi J
Boston ...3S PW
A.SPhlln W 4t
:..) I let roll X7 til
.V' Cleveland .78 ID
ew York. .77 72
V 'hiraKO ...74 72
4hf. Bonton ....72 7S
4l Uaah gt n 3 S7
2tl4;St. Loul...41 106
Teaterdn a Reaalta.
Omaha-Lincoln, train late.
Kloux City, 12; lienver, 2.
Ht. Joaepti, 1; Pueblo. .
Dea Molnea. 0. 'lopeka. 7.
New Tork. 12; Philadelphia, 3.
Chicago, 14; 81. Loula, h.
8t. Loule-Chlrano, wet grounds.
Philadelphia, 4-o; Waahlngton, 2-2.
bonion, 4-!; New York. 1-8.
Western lyeague IJncoln at Omaha,
61oux City at Denver. St. Joaeph at
Puedlo, lies Molnea at Topeka.
National leagU'-New York at Brook
lyn, Chicago at St. Loula.
American League Detroit at t leveland,
Philadelphia at Waahlngton. Roaton at
David City, aa conditions may necessitate
the loss of one of their beat player.
Lincoln to Play a
Two ball gamea will be played Wednes
day afternoon between Omaha and Lin
coln. Tha first gam will ba called at I
o'clock. Tha third game will ba played
Thuraday morning and will be called at
10:30. The game will be played In the
morning that visitors to the city may
see both the game and the military
parade, which will ba held in the after
noon. Tha lineup In Wednaaday'a game
will be. i
Kane First Horrtll
Moore Second .......UnglaUD
Neihuff Third Dundon
Farrell short Gamier
i:oyle Left ...
Hchoonover Left ..,
Thomaaon lUght .
Gots Pitcher Kmlth
Fentreaa Pitcher ..Haggerman
Creighton to Play
the School of Mines,
With Taf t Spectator
Creighton university hat alngned ar
ticles with tha South Dakota School of
Mines of Rapid City, for a game there
October tl. Tha contest will be held be
for President Taft. who will be tha
honored guest of that city on that day.
Plana are being laid to make this a big
day and give the praaldent an Insight
Into college sport In tha west.
Creighton followers are planning to at
tend with a large representation. The
Miners have a strong team, and have
been substituted for the WUUam-Jewell
college. Tha game was to have taken
place at Kansaa City, but waa declared
Word haa been received from Western
Union college that they will arrive In
Omaha Friday evening, for Crelghtou's
opening game on Saturday, October 7.
The team will average In the neighbor
hood of 100 to 170 pound. The team la
under the tutelage of Coach Winters, a
Pennsylvania man. and haa played foot
ball toKether several year, most of the
men being former member of the high
school In that place. Coach Miller la
training hi warriora for a hrad battle.
Jerry Warner Comes
Back to Cornhuskers
LINCOLN, Neb.. Oct. t (Special Tel
egram Although practice was again
delayed Monday night by a drlsallng
rain which fell all tha afternoon, there
was Joy in the Cornhusker camp, for
Jerry Warner again returned to the foUl
after Nebraska had apparently lost the
services ef Its star quarterback. The
action or arner In reglatarlng was
wholly unexpected and the little quar
terback did not make up hie mind until
late Monday morning. Monday after
noon he completed regletratloa and waa
out on the field Monday at praotloe.
He held the quarterback poaltlon on the
second team and ran through algnala.
Just There Stlehm ytll uae Warner U
largely a matter of speculation. It la
'.ulte probable that a shift will be made
to use him at halfback, with Owen
Frank at the other half and Purdy at
la tha Road to
THE BEE: OMAIIA. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1911.
GIANTS WIN SLUGGING MATCH
New York Secures Nine Runs in
TWELVE TO THREE FINAL SCORE
Giant Soatbpaw Hermit Holds VI.
Itora to On Hit In Laet Two
Innloga Marraf Sernrea
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 3 The New
York team won today'a gam from Phil
adelphia, 13 to 3. Manager Mack of the
Philadelphia Americana watched the
Both teams hit the ball hard in the
first Inning, the visitors getting two runs
to Philadelphia ! three. Crandall and Al
exander then settler and pitched fine ball
until tha fifth Inning, when New York
tied the score on an error by Dolan, a
(as and Devore'a single. In the sixth
inning New York knocked Alexander off
tha rubber and also pounded Stanley's
delivery, nine runs being scored In eight
hits, which Included doubles by Merkle,
Fletcher and Doyle and a triple by Mur
ray, two passea, two stolen bases and an
Philadelphia waa unable to aolve Cran
dall's delivery aftar tha first Inning.
A 'southpaw" pitcher named Smith,
who stands alx feet four inches high and
whose home la near Pittsburgh, held
New York to one hit In the last two m
NgW TORK. PHILADELPHIA.
It... 110 1
ow.i.l. tb... i o e
IMtWt, IB. ,4 1
0M(M. It... 1 o 1
0Lu1rui, lb. 4 1 10
bura. of... 0
Murray, rt. . I
M.rkU. lb.. 4
fievliD, 1-Jtv 1
Haraog, tb.. 4
Fletrhir, aa I
Myer.' a.... I
Craadall, p. t
cruanrl. ex.. 4 I I
villus, rt.. . 4
OUntiUa. . . t
OLehr, u I
0Klllirr, .. I
OCotter. e.... 1
Totn to u rt u t
1. . . ToUll
1 17 14 I
'Ja;ted for Rtanlev in ,iL..nii,
JTor.k 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 0-13
Philadelphia a 000000003
iwo-baae hits: Doyle Merkle. Fletcher
). Paakert. Thras-haa hlta- Un...u .-j.
I-eft and bases: Nav Vnrk x- Ukii.i'
phla, . Stolen bases: Snodcraaa 2i. lir.
sog, Knabe. Struck out: By Crandall. 3:
by Alexander. 4: hv Sianlav t iin,,v,i..
Plays: t letcher to Doyle to Merkle. Doyle
to Devlin. Kllllfer to Doolan. Flrat on
errora: Philadelphia. 1. Flrat base n
balls: Off Crandall. ntf Ai.r.nH.r o
off Stanley. 2. Wild nltch- Mi.ri.v'
1 'Itch era recorda: Off ll,nii,, in v,i.-
and S3 times at bat in five and one-third
Innings; off Stanley. 3 hlta and k times
ai oai in one and two-thlrde Inntnga; off
6m th. 1 hit and 7 tlmea at bat in two
innings. Time: 1:45. Umpires: Rigler and
St. Loals Pitchers Wild.
ST LOUIS. Oct. 3 Pltchara .llk.nl
control used by St. Loula. gave the game
to Chicago today. Three twlrlera faced
the Chicago batter In the first Inning.
AH H O i r.
AB.H.O A E.
"-; 1 Hni1e, lb. 4
jrtiackr. If. 4 1 I 0 nOtka. ct....i
llnkar. ... I 1 t t lK0Dcby. lb 4
hiilL, rf..l 10 1 0K.n.. rf....
Doyle, lb.... 4 1 ftwiiia. If....
r. lb I tin a .. i
Hnfmia. at. I 1 1 a a a
Arcbar. a 4 1 t a '-
Co. 4 i on. la. 0
Zaokart. p .O
Total M II IT 14 I8t dddta, p. 0
L L'd m'k. pt
mnlli. p.. o
i" lark 1
Total II I IT I
I2"4 of "tandrlge In the first.
' ir i-auciermllk In the eighth
Batted for Camlta In tha nlmh
Chicago J o 0 0 0 0 0u
St. Loula 400001 in i a
Two-baaa hlta: irrh.. r,.i. rj...
Three-baae hlta: Dovle. Knn.irhv'
Schulte. Bases on balla: Off Dale V
off Camnlti. 1: off 8andrld i- ti
Zackert. 1: off Laudarmiiu i f
(. Struck out: Bv Standrld',r 1- k.I
Cole. . Time: 2. IX I'mnir..- rt'n...
and Emalle. '
Champion Gotch to
Here on October 21
Arrangementa have been all completed
to have Jeaa Westergaard wrestle Cham-
plon Frank Qoteh at tha Auditorium Oc
tober SL A number of live preliminary
matches m ba on the program. Among
these will be the match between Bill
Hokut, state champion, and Farmer Ku
senbroch Of Crete.
This last match promise to be well
worth seeing, aa practically the state
championship title Is Involved. Hokut
asked Manager Glllan of the Auditorium
to be put in on the preliminaries, and
OUlaa asked him who he would like to
go up against. Hokuf replied that he
would wrestle with Kuaenbroctt, stating
that the match ba had with him last
year waa one Of tha hardest ba had ever
Big Futurity Meet
Opens at Friend
FRIEND. Neb., Oct 3 The National
Orey Hound futurity etarted bar today
with 137 entrlea. The weather conditions
axe ail that could be desired. After the
recent rains the park is In excellent con
dition. Most of the hare ran well. Ken
nels are here f'orn ten different? states
The first round was finished today and
the racing will be continued tomorrow
sy me winning oog There were many
fast puppies among those parrjoipaUng
to lay. Many of tha courses were of good
length aad gave opportunlUaa to afford
ATHLETICS SPLIT TWO GAMES
Senators Lose First and Win Second
in Five Innings.
LORD'S BATTING IS FEATURE
Cnahlou Strikes Ont Two Men and
Allowa sis Baaea on Balla,
While Coomb Iaaaea
WASHINGTON. Oct. 3.-Washlnton
and Philadelphia divided a double-header
today, the visitor taking the first, while
the second went to the locals in five and
one-half Innings. Darkness prevented
further play. Score, first Kame:
AH H O A E.
Lord. If I
gtrunk. rf. . ft
Cnlllna. 2b.. 1
tierrlck. 3b. 4
t'.vla, lh... 4
Hurry, a. . . B
Emaraoa, rf I
Lapp, o 4
beniar. p. . . 0
Conmba, p. . I
0 0 Milan, cf... I
1 OF' haelar. lb I
I 0 Henry, lb. .. 4
1 OE.n'raM, 2b i
2 0 C.Walker, III
6 1 Lon. rf A
0 OMrbriaa, 4
0 OConrov. lb. . 4
1 OAlnarultb. o. 4
2 OCaahlon. p. . 3
Total 94 1 37 II 1 Totala 11 7 27 II 0
a.-Miinuton 0 1 o ii 1 O il o
Philadelphia 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 0-
Two-base hit: Lord. Three-base hit:
Lord. Bnsea on balls: Off Caahlon, 6;.
off Coombs, 1. Struck out: By Caalilon,
2 Time; 2:00. Umpires: Dineen and
---cue. second game:
AB H.O.A K AB.H.O.A.E
Milan, cf... I I l 0 OLora, If i 0 10 0
Henry, lb .. 1 0 11 1 Ofctrunk, cf... 2 0 1
Elb'fela. 2b. 1 0 0 I OOolllna, tb.. 2 0 0
C Walker, If 1 I 1 0 0 Derrick, lb.. 3 0 C
Len. rf I 10 0 OMack. lb.... I 0 0
M bride, aa. I 0 0 1 OBarry. ....! 0 2
Conroy, lb.. 1 0 A 1 GEmerton. rf. 2 0 I
Street, a. ... I 0 11 OTbomaa. c... I 0 2
Juhnaon, p.. I I 1 3 0 Plank, p.... t 1 I
Total 14 4 II 11 0 ' Total! II 1 15 6 0
Waemngton l o o 1 0 .
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 t
Struck out: By Johnson, 4: by Piank,
Time: :45. Umpires: Dineen ant
i;vv York. Oct. a New York
dropped a double-header to Boston to
day, the latter winning easily in eaci.
game. Hall waa effective In the first,
allowing but four hlta and striking ou.
nine man. In the second Wood waa al
most invincible. Not a man got on ba''
until the sixth, when Williams walked.
Daniel made the only cleon hit of.
Woods In the same Inning. Woods
struck out thirteen men, getting Dan e s
and Dolan three tlmea. Every New
Yorker but Gardner struck out this
game. The second game was called in
the eighth Inning because of darkness.
Score first game:
BOSTON. NEW TORK.
AB H.O.A AB.H.O.A.E
H'd'kaon. rf. 4 3 I 0 ODanleli. rf.. I 1 1 0 0
Yerkea, ...l 111 IDolan, lb... I 1010
Speaker, of.. 10 10 OChaaa, cf.... I 0 10 0
D. Lewie, rf 4 I 1 0 oCree. It I 0 1 1 0
Ensle, lb.... 4 0 0 1 OKnlfbt. lb.. 4 OHIO
J. Lewta, lb 4 2 2 ft lbi.mll, aa. I 1 1 1 0
Bradley, lb. 4 1 10 0 OOardnar, 2b. 1114 0
William, e. t 1 t 1 0 Blair, a 3 010
Hall, p I 4 1 0Hentpblll ..1 0 0 0 0
Flaher, p. ... 1 0 0 10
Total SI II IT II 10aldw.ll, p.. 0 0 1
Totala mil 1
Batted for Blair in ninth.
Boston 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 04
New York 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit. Daniels. Sacrifice hits.
erkes (3). Speaker. Sacrifice fly: Wil
liams. Stolen batses: Daniels, Loomis
(2i. J. Lewis. Cree. Left on bases: New
York, 8; Boston, 9. Flrat on errora: New
York. 1; Boaton, 1. Double play a: Hart
tell and Knight; mmb bm bm bmbmbmb
sell to Knight: Yerkea to J. Lewis to
Bradley: Gardner to Knight. Hits: Off
Flaher, in five Inning; off Caldwell,
In four innings. Struck out: By
Fisher, 3; by Hall, 9; by Caldwell, 1; by
Hall. 7. Hit by pitched ball: By Flaher,
Yerkes. Bases on balls: Off Fisher, 4;
off Caldwell. 1; off Hall, 7. Passed balls:
Williams (21. Time: 1:49. Umpires:
Westervelt and Connolly.
bcore. second game:
BOSTON KEW YORK.
AB H.O.A B AB H O.A B
H'a-keoa. rf 4 I 1 0 ODanlela, rf.. 4 1 4 0
Yerkea. a. . I 1 0 I ODolao. lb... I 0 S 0 0
speaker, cf. . 4 110 OCbaa. ef ... I 000
U Lawie. if. 4 loo oiTae, ir s o
Br.fl. lb...! 1 1 lKnlibt. lb.. Mill
J Lewis, 3b 4 ( 0 I OHartaall. as. I 0 I I 1
Bradley, lb . 4 1 t I OrtaMner. lb. I 1 1 3
Nu'niaker. el Oil 1 0 William, c. I 0 I 0 I
Wooda, p.... 114 1 OWarhop, p.. 10 0 10
Hoff, p I 0 I I 0
Total II 4 34 II
Totala IT I 14 12 2
Called account darkness.
Boston 3 3 0 3 1 0 0 07
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits. Speaker. D. Lewis,
Bradley, Wooda. Sacrifice hit: Nuna-
maker. Sacrifice fly: Yerkea. Stolen
baaea: Engl (2. Gardner. Hoff. Lett
on basts: New York. 4: Boston. 4. First
on errors: New York, 1; Boston. 1.
Double play: Hotf to Hartxell to Knight
Hits: Off Warhop. In four Innings; off
Hoff. 0 In four Innings. Struck out; By
Warhoo. I: by Hoff. 1; by Wood, 13.
Hit by pitch ball: Bv warhop. Wooda.
Bases on balls: tn Morr, i; on wooos.
1. Wild rlteh: Woods. Passed balls:
Wlllams. Time: l . i mpirea: wesi-
ervett and Connolly.
Not Liked by Crowd
NEW ORLEANS. Oct 3 When Ref
eree Stout awarded Monte Attell of San
FVanclaco the decision over Johnny Daley
of New York, at the end of a tan-round
bout here tonight, police stepped Into the
ring to prevent any possible trouble
from the crowd, a anajonty of which
yelled for Daley.
The Orleana Athletic club recently
adopted the no-declaion policy, an excep
tion being made tonight at the request
Dalev fought like a wildcat from the
beginning, but Attell showed clevernaaa,
until the laat two round. Attell drew
blood in the opening round. Daley la the
final aeanion closed Attell s eye.
Attell will njat Frankla Burns here
October 14 for tn rounds, the winner to
meet Johnny Coulon,
It was announced that Joe Mandot will
meet Young Baylor here October 9 In
a twenty-round bout for a declalon.
A Bstslsg Sheave
Is not to have Bucklen'a Arnica Salve
to cure burna. aorea. pile, cut, wound
and ulcara. He. For sale by Beaton
Persistent Advertising; Is
tha Road to
STEPHENSON BUYS PUBLICITY
Wisconsin Senator Contends Money
Was Spent Legitimately.
ALL USED FOR THE PRIMARIES
Hla Managrn Say They Made No
Paymenta of Any Kind to In
fluence Membera of the?
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 3.-That the 3WT.T93
which was expended by United States
Senator Isaac Stephenson In his cam
paign for nomination at the primaries
wa.s used legitimately for brsss bands,
lithographs, buttons and other campaign
advertising and aa not employed cor
ruptly was the gist of testimony given
today before the senatorial investigating
The committee which Is Investigating
charges that Mr. Stephenson secured his
scat in the senate by bribery and other
corrupt use of money examined E. A.
Edmonds, manager of the Stephenson
campaign In I'M. Mr. Edmonds de
scribed In full the method of organizing
In the state. Knowing that the senator
was desirous of re-election and fearing
the opposition would be strong, the wit
ness said a thorough organization was
determined upon. This resulted In Mr.
Stephenson's nomination at the primaries
and his election by the legislature the
year following. The thoroughness of the
campaign explains the large amount of
money spent, but all of It was for the
nomination and none of It for the elec
tion by the legislature, he said.
No Detailed Aeronnta Kept.
Edmonds Raid none of the campaign
workera rendered a detailed report of
expenditures and no such report was re
quired of them.
"Do you mean to safr that, knowing the
law, you required no detailed report of
the moneys spent In J&r. Stephenson's be
half?" asked Senator Pomerene.
"We never required a report from
It was pointed out ny the witness that
with 2,300 precincts In the state, there
were 8,96 republican party organizers.
This was Intended to show that Mr.
Stephenson's expenditures were not ex
cessive. Thtre was keen competition
among the republican candidates and
Mr. Stephenson had to work hard to get
out tha voters to Insure, his nomination,
tha witness said.
'A man has to be ready to spend a
coupla of hundred thousand dollars to get
the sanatoria: nomination In this state.
Isn't that so?" asked Senator Suther
land. 'Well, if he hasn't got tha money, he'd
better keep out of politics," responded
It waa pointed out that In soma coun
tries Senator Stephenson spent an amount
equal to 35 a vote.
"Did you notice any evidences of pros
perity after this money had been handed
out to the common people?" asked Sena
tor Heyburn. tha chairman.
"I was too busy to observe," replied
Edmonds. "We had a hard fight, for
the half-breeds were determined to beat
"What do you mean by 'half-breeds'?"
"Half-breeds In Wisconsin are what
we call the followers of Senator La
Folletta, or the republicans who are not
'regular. As soon as they forsake the
'regular' republican party for Senator
La Follette they are called half-breeds."
J. H. Puellcher. caahler of a Milwaukee
bank, who was custodian of the Ste
phenson campaign fund, explained that
a voucher was always given when the
managera drew for money. He waa on
OU Style Lager is the beer thai is brewed just right
something entirely different in the bottle beer Lne -just as
good as ever could not be made better.
O. HKILXMAN BRffWINQ COMPANY, LA CRCSSC. WIS.
LEROH & VAN SANOT, Distributors
31 1 South 17th Stot Phono Douyl 1670-A 1679
By "Bud" Fisher
when the noon recess was
AARONS JEWELRY COMPANY
OPENS FINE NEW STORE
After nearly a month of delay the
Aarons Jewelry company, on the south
west corner of Sixteenth and Farnam
streets, opened its doors for business this
morning. Hundreds of persons entered
the remodeled storeroom and marveled at
tha elegant fixtures and stock, which
without doubt ranks among the best and
prettiest of any In the state.
Philip Aarons, president and manager
of the company, was for over twenty-five
years connected with the Brandeis stores,
and the greater part of this time was
spent In the Jewelry department. Mr.
Aarons Is well qualified to operate such
a store as he has Just started, for he has
had much practical experience and is a
man of engaging and pleasing manner.
When the store opened this morning Mr.
Aarons was presented with several bou
quets of American beauties by his former
associates In the Brandeis store and a
large crowd kept filing In and out of the
store all day long. Pretty souvenirs were
given to each visitor.
GIRL HURT DURING BRAWL
Thrown Down Stairs In Fight
Chinese Chop Suey Res
In a brawl at tr.e Royal restaurant.
1313 Douglas street, at 10 o'clock Monday
night Doris Howard, 18 years old, was
badly beaten up and thrown down the
stairs to the street, her nose broken, her
face scratched and bruised and her cloth
ing torn from her.
Cleo Sherman, a 19-year-old girl of
8outh Omaha was arrested with the
Howard girl and taken to the police sta
tion. A man escort of tha Sherman girl
and two or three other girls, whom Doris
Howard said helped to throw her out of
the restaurant, escaped.
Police Surgeon T. T. Harris attended
tha girl's Injuries. She and Cleo SheN
man were locked up, charged with fight
ing. The Royal .estaurant. operated by
Woeg. Sen Low & Co., often has been
raided by tha police for selling beer
PAVING BRICK TESTED.
FOUND UP TO STANDARD
Trouble between the county ard D. H.
Hanna, contractor, over the quality of
the brick being used to do the county's
share of the South Thirteenth street par
ing came to an end Tuesday, when
County Surveyor MeBride reported he has
tested a fresh carload of brick and found
them satisfactory. Each carload win be
tested, and If the brick do not test up
to standard they will not be used. Con
tractor Hanna said he is satisfied, aa he
Is paying for standard No. 1 brick and
will not have to pay for any that are
not up to atandard.
SOUTH OMAHA POSTPONES
ITS BIG WILD WEST SHOW
The Wild West show which was sup
posed to have been pulled off at South
Omaha Wednesday afternoon has been
postponed Indefinitely owing to tha reo
cord run of cattle In the yards th last
few days. The show was to have been
participated In by South Omaha cattle
men and was being pushed by tha South
Omaha Boosters, but the men have been
working overtime of lata and asked that
they ba let off for a few days.
WITH A SNAP TO IT
SUSPECT TAKEN TO CASS
COUNTY IN BANK CASE
James King, arrested with John Dowd,
by Patrolman Roby Monday afternoon,
being charged as siiFPlclous characters,
w-as taken yesterday afternoon by the
sheriff of Cass county to Plattsmouth,
where .efforts will be ma.le further to
connect him with the blowing of the
Farmers' State bank of Wabash last
Dowd is being held at the Omaha .1a!l
Pending the Investigation. He Is also sus
pected of having knowledge of the yegg
work at Wabash, and being Implicated
In the robbery of a grocery store at
One of the clues on which the detectives
are working Is that King's left arm ts
black and blue with bruises, supposedly
caused by an, accident In the parrlng
loose of the Wabaah bank vaults. The
detectives had thought that one of the
men would be found to have been shot
in the arm. but neither of the men
showed evidences to prove that a fact. '
CLUB DECIDES TO GIVE A
BANQUET T0A. L. MOHLER
In recognition of the honor conferred
upon A. L. Mohler by his election as
president of the Union Pacific, the Com
mercial club has decided to tender him
a formal dinner or banquet, the date to
ba set to suit his convenience.
CITY DELIVERY AT -HAMPTON
I nder New
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (Special Tele
gram.) City free delivery service has
been ordered established on February 1
at Hampton, la., with two letter carriers,
one sub-carrier andsixteen street letter
On the recommendation of Representa
tive Klnkald, O. E. Pennington has been
appointed a pension surgeon at Broken
Bow, Neb., vice rDr. J. J. Pickett, de
ceased. Man Shot In Jaw.
BEATRICE, Neb.. Oct. 8. (Special
Telegram.) Theodore Skladany was shot
In the Jaw while cleaning a revolver last
evening and probably fatally injured.
He has a wife and nine children.
If you left the young folks at home.
come In anyway. Our long experience in
outfitting youngsters will aid you In se
lecting the winter outfit. The Benson A
Thome Co., 1618-30 Farnam St.
Enter The Bee's Booklover Contest.
Cnlvereltr Club Note.
The total membership of the club
now over 260.
Arrangements are making for a special
train to Lincoln for the Nebraska-Michigan
game on Thanksgiving day.
The averete attendance at luncheon
during September waa over fifty, and the
Srospect Is that this will be Increased in
etober. Many members have not yet
"gotten the habit"
Owing to the limited accommodations
of the dining room the directors hive as
yet been unable to make anv arrange
menta for ladles' day. The women will
be welcome at the club rooms, however
next Wednesday evening, the night of
the electrical parade.
An evening smoker will be given at the
Club during the session In flmnhi of thai
National Prison congress, when one or
more of the distinguished delegates at
this congreaa will be heard from with
short and Interesting talks. It la orob-
abla that arrangements will be made to
have some of the delegates at luncheon
alao. when Informal speeches will ba
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