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RAIN PREVENTS BALL GAME
Fourth Contest Goes Over Until
BOTH TEAMS AEE IN GOOD SHAPE
Baker aj4 Coombs, Who Am Hmoh
of Taeda.r Battlo, Aro
Wtnlr Greeted br
PHTLAPELFHIA, Fl.. Oot. U-Tha
NaUonaJ commliulon at 11:40 o'clock offl
elalty declared today's ram off on ao
oount of rain. Thar will ba a cam hart
tomorrow If tha weathar parmlta.
To sona mora than to tha world's cham
pions of 1210 waa tha postponement mora
disappointing FluBhed with yeatardar's
victory at New York tha ftshUrva; Ameri
can Leacuars axpaoted to go Into today's
Kama and make it thrna out of four.
Bender was expected to ascend tha hurl
ing mound for another try at vlotory.
Now that Plank and Coombs each have
a winning game to their credit, tha In
elan Is exceedingly anxious to hang a
scalp on his own belt
Th Nationals, who earns orar from
New York Isst night, were also disap
pointed over tha pronpeet of Idleness.
Some of the players who would talk,
howerer, felt that the one dsy off might
help tha team.
Bhlbe park had a deserted appearance
this morning. A more dismal day could
not be Imagined. Last evening a Una of
Uoket buyers started to form and there
war about fifty In It when tha rain
began to fall. The showers became
heavier during the night and whan day
light arrived the line bad disappeared.
Tha American league players cam to
tha grounds before 10 o'clock. Baker and
Coombs, tha heroes of the squad, were
greeted by hearty congratulations from
admirers who had tha entree to the
ground. Both took their honors mod
estly. Baker's arm. which was spiked
by Center Fielder Bnodgrsss, whan ha
threw himself lmo tblrd base feet first
In attempting to steal yesterday, was
given medical attention last night and be
is going about today with a band on
the injured member. -
, The New Tork players spent the morn-
Ing Indoors. They are fat good physical
condition. The men are not blue over
yenterday's heart breaking defeat and ex
preas confidence in the outcome of the
Girls Play Several
Matches in High
Flty in the high school girls' fall sin
gles tournament is progressing smoothly
this week and about half of tha second
round matches have already been played,
slits Dumont, the girls' physical training
Instructor, who Is managing tha tourna
ment, hopes to have all matches played
off before November 1. and Is well satis
fied with the Interest tha girls have
(known in the matches.
Following are tha results of the
matches In the second round that btve
Olga Anderson defeated llarlan Polan.
Mary Marston defeated Delia Kelson,
Helen Baoford defeated Mai gory Bwett,
Effie Qeland defeated Nettle Mulr, -
Irene Majors defeated Mary Johnston,
4-0, -, e-L
Florence Xw defeated Elisabeth Bertch,
Helen Johnston defeated Mies To as
Mi&s eiegnar defeated Marie Bloom, 4-4,
Helen Curtis defeated Alice Rushton.
OMAHA HIGH AND DES
MOINES EVEN WEIGHT
Following Is the line-up and tbe Indi
vidual weights of the Omaha High school
and the Weal High school o Des Moines
as they wlU Una up at Des MoIim Friday
aJWuooo. Tbe teams are about svenly
maicJ.ed, although Wert Hth has a soant
adranUks In iU oc the Omaha
lads. Omata l!ie averages VA to Des
Moines 1C. whlla the Iowa led eve up
In the back field, with an average ef 145
against IX for Ouialie. All bough
"mahas back Held will be Considerably
outweighed, they ere expected to make
up for this by tuelr sveod. and Coach
Burnett la drilling the squsd hard this
week In preparation for tha gama,
Following la the comiiaratlva lineups
ana tne weights oj the two tesmet
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FOUR STRAIGHT FOR THE SOX
Walsh Defeata Cnbs in Final Game of
AMERICANS BAT OUT VICTORY
Pinal Score of Came te e-reai to Two
Drom atarte Contest for tbe
National! but te Driven
CHICAOO. Oct. 1.-Wth Walsh pitch
ing splendid bait, tha Chicago American
league team today won Its fourth straight
rarae from the Chicago Nationals, T to I.
thereby ending the series for the .Mty
Brown, who opposed Walsh In the first
game of tha arlea, started tbe contest,
but waa replaced by Cheney, after allow
ing eleven safeties, two of which were
doubles. In five Innings. The American
leaguers outhit the Nationals more than
two to one, getting twelve hits off Brown
and Cheney, while Walsh held bis oppo
nents to five.
Tha Box started scoring tn the first,
when McCoimell was hit by a pitched
ball, went to second on Lord's single, ad
vanced to third on Mclntyre's long fjy
snd scored en Brodle's out. Callahan
singled, scoring Lord, but was caught
The Cubs also scored In tha first Evert
hitting safely and counting on Rchulte's
single to score.
In the third the Gox added two more
runs. With Lord out Mclntyre doubled
and Bodla walked. Callahan foroed Mc
lntyre at third and TannehlU singled,
scoring Bodle. Zelder hit to right field
scorsd Callahan. Two more runs were
counted by the Box In tha fifth, on Mc
lntyre's pass, Tlnksr's error of Bodle's
grounder and TannehHl't double. The
Cubs made their second score tn the
fifth, when Ooode, batting for Brown,
singled, went to third on Evert' hit to
center and scored on Tinker's grounder,
fhe' Americans scored their final tally In
tha sixth, when Bodle was passed, stole
second and counted on Callahan's single
Officials of tne National Baseball com
mission, under whose auspices the aeries
was played, announced today's attend
ance as S2.9M and. the receipts. $17,006.50.
Tha total attendance for the tour games
was . and the receipts ro,?SO.
'Game ty laminate.
First Innlnr San nmwn hit xnrr..
nell. Lord singled. Mclntyre filed to
Schtilte. Bodle out on an Infield plav,
Moconnell scoring. Callahan singled,
scoring Lord, but was out stealing. Two
Cubs: Bvrs singled. Pheckard out.
MctVtnnell to Zeldnr. Tinker r.r.
Pchults singled, scoring Evers. Bchulte
jtole. second. Doyle fanned. Ono run,
Second Innlnox Hn-r- T-Mn-httl ...
Tinker to Baler Zelder filed out. SSulll.
van and Walsh singled. McConnell
grounded nut No runs, two hits.
Cuha: Raler walked and stole second,
tlofman fanned. Arch At armmAA In
Zelder. Brown filed out. No runs, no
Third Innln nv Khnit. t
ri. tM?l"'vre doubled. Bodle wslked.
Callahan hit to litown. who got Muln-
c , J, 1 i'MrQ' nnenm singled, scoring
Bixlle. Zciiler singled, scoring Callahan
Bulllvan fUed to Hm.n Vi t7..
tiba: Evers waJltMt enri ai ck..i..
jr.l fanned. Tinker sacrificed, Schuiie
i o rune, no nns.
Fourth Inn In g-eoxi Walsh fanned.
Mc.( onn!l alnifled. Lord popped to Tin
ker, who doubled McConnell at first No
runs, one hit.
t.mub.: r,m ",1- aier out. Tanne
hlU to Zelder Hofrran grounded out
AK!i.,r "k1 oul N run- no hita
fifth Inning-Sox: Mclntyre walked.
Bodle safe on Tinker's error. Callahan
filed to Bchulte. Tannehlll doubled,
scoring Mclntyre end ltodie. Zelder
forced Tannehlll Rullivan .nd Walsh
slng.ed. Mci'onnell grounded out. No
runa. three hit
Cuba: tiooo hatting for Frown, ln
i. r'.lDKM to enter. 6heokard
out. Zeider to Walsh. Tinker grounded
to ZaUler. lt,.od scjrlng. Schulte out.
Tannehlll to Zeidr. One run. two hlta.
.wf,"h.lnn.,n?t4ox: t'heney pitching for
the Cuhs. Lord walked Lord aa caught
u J ln" ,oAi,In,.vr Pt'PP-! 'O Bvera
Bodle walked and atole. scoring on Calla.
han s single. Callahan out sttallng. One
run. one hit.
tEI'i.i ?iyll "O- U,r filed to
Tannnhlll. Hoftnan tanned. Archer filed
to Bodle. No nuis, one hit
Seventh lnnlng-r-ox: Taanahllt and
7,? I6. ! 00 'nrlll P'ays. SulUvm
filed to Bheckard. No runa no hits.
Cubs: Cheney safe on Tennehlll's error.
Rvers forced Cheney. Bheckard forced
Evers snd Tinker forced fcheokard. No
runs, no hits
Eighth Inning Sox: WaUh fanned Mo
Coiuiell walked. Lord and Mclntre filed
out No runa. no hits
Cubs: fcchulte out. McConnell to ZeMr.
Dovle filed to Tannehlll. fier out. Mc
Connell to Zelder. No rune, no hits
Ninth Innlna feox: Bodle filed to Hof
nian. Csllahan snd Tannehlll struck out
No runs, no hits.
Cubs: Hofman out Lord to Zelder.
Archer out. Waleh to Zelder. r.lmmer
man hatting for Cheney tanned. No rune
no hita. t-core:
AB. R. It
Callahan. If ..
Totals S I u s 11
AB. R. R O,
theikard. If t
Tinker, ss. ........... e
Bchulte. rf 4 t
Doyle, tb g
SeJer. lb M S 0
Hofman. of.... 4 a
Archr, e 4
Brown, p 1 0
Chewy, p X
Do Throw a Straight Ball
CONVMer W.MT ST
Zimmerman 1 0 6
Totals 115 5 1
Battid for Brown In fifth.
Batted for Cheney In ninth.
Amvlcana 0 I 0 S 1 0 0 07
Nationals 1 0 A 0 1 0 0 0 0 S
Two-base hits: Mclntyre, TannehlU.
H.U: Off Brown. 1 in five Inning,
btolen bases: bchulte. Raler, Bodie.
Double play: jpaler to Tinker. Left on
basts: American, S; Nationals, 8. Bases
on balls: Oft Walsh, 8; orf Brown, 2;
off Cheney, S. Hit by pitched ball: Mc
Cfmneu Etruck out: By Brown, li by
Walsh, 6: hy Cheney. I. Time: .. Irm
plres: ODay and O Loughlln.
"With the Bowlers
.,!nih.vB?',r l fa rranclaro
a leys the London lulors went Into first
plsoe by winning three fiom the Kuffner
1Uo,r" Tha ',r tor 'he London Tail
ors Willey, was high with 5U. Cain, the
anchor man, waa a close socond with 560.
also high single with til. Vousen t Colts
by winning three games from the Guar
antee Clothiers go into third place.
Charles Klce rolled fins for three games
and high single of 21&. Johnson for the
Guarantee C1 1.. v, t.. n. ... L . ,
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single of ai4.. The Omaha Bedding team
y"J" ii win uib r arreu Myruo.. The
Byrups still stick to Uet place. For the
Omaha Bedding boys Wsrlohow waa blah
with 61. Scores: "
OMAHA BiiDDINQ COMPANY
M. 3d. Total.
Edison 150 DO 196 134
Moore in", iti toi . .r...
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Johnson Ki lf3 im tilt
VVartchow if iu -jm r,
8un 169 171 190 530
Totals 867 906 884 tm
FARRELL ("TRI PS.
l"t 2d. Sd. Tout.
Wlttemore uu 175 113 40!
B. Bslrman 146 153 144 443
garrell m 18& 113
O. Belrman 133 U5 147 3TH
Hatch 1H4 144 154 463
Totals m m m IT.
Handicap 77 77 77
Totals.. 7M 7VS 74 U14
Int. A 1W.I
Mattheg is 1 177 61j
?'"!-' "u 131 vs 113 8S1
Tombrink 153 7 gl.7
Koepnick 13 144 14 491
Lyons v 136 113 144 3M
7 825 2,321
U 12 U
Total's 743 77S 837 3.S33
. GUARANTEE CLOTHING CO
1h 3,1 HA Tr.1.1
Ooandar lis 146 HA 424
rniun Jtw I'M SS6
Pickett 1M 141 lii 4n0
Weeks ifiii iwi 11
Johnson im u 214 bit
805 900 !1 J,5
U 16 15 IS
, fc 915
, 113 211
Totals g38 m 9H j J73
KUrfNER TAILORING CO. '
let A Tnl.l
Chrlsteaon ISO 1M 17 M
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Hemleben W ibl V 4,5
Norgard !; us iyi 4.1s
Melum U 1U IM mm
Totals 8f0 7is ' 81 J.41T
LONDON TAILORING CO.
lwff 9A 9A Ta, . I
1 1 1 r V
Totals 90S SrT 89T J SOS
In the Mermrmlifan !..,. u - t . . -
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eports on two out of three from the
Beeelln Mixers. The second game was a
hair raiser, the Sports winning by one
Km. XT- Dcnneiuer tiad high totals with
and - MoOnrmlnk hirK .ini.
Tonight the W. O. W.'s against Maney s
Sd. d. Total.
1 lwi 67
1 ! 42
W 1,1 41
4 610 L469
Id. Sd. Total,
in ISO 6.1b
134 ... 4l
li4 11 Sl
4P 4:4 IM
R. Sohnelder 1S6
W. Schneider 142
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JetLer'a RnM Tone . iVm. .... , .. .
games from the be James on the Metro-
4-.-,..i,i si.ciye in me voramercial league.
OodenswaKer led all the way with Jl,
tW and 317. getting a total of 663, alao
setting a new mark for the season for
the Hold Tops Hsnsen bad high game
of im and J. Moyna high totals of 470 for
in- 01 . warn... weanesasy. October 18.
Permits aviunat r"-r, n iLw....
84- U. Total.
144 US US
1:4 V . 4ft
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948 a LTW
2d 3d. Total.
U6 14 446
U4 111 4.1
116. 144 3,'S
1'4 141 4,0
K4 141 . .. 4
7 7 lloi
J. Moyna ..
City Engineer G, W. Craig left lat
night on a bualneas trip to Winnepea
Mrs. Thomss Chambers and little son
of Mullen, Neb., are viaiting at the
home of FTank Daey.
Mre. r. A. Smith, wife of General
Smith, leavee 00 October 86 for San FYan
clsro, where she will visit her daiurhtar
Mrs. A, La Jiua Cbrlsgr. '
TT7U BTEt OrAITA, THUKSDAY, OCTOEEK m TTTT.
NUS . X VONTT
NEBRASKA STANDS IN WAY
Minnesota Sees Championship Hon
ors if Cornhnsken Axe Defeated.
NOT SO BADLY SCARED, EITHER
Gophers Rave (hat Confidence of
Triumph Which Comes Throw-
Longr Serlea of Vlctorlea Over
Team from Lincoln.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 18.-Mlnnesota it
getung ready for Nebraska, having con
fidence of taking a victorv Raturriav.
The work of last week was encouraging
to tne coaches- and every endeavor will
be made to whip the team Into nreent-
able shape for Saturday's struggle with
The Nebraska team cornea this year
heralded as one of great speed snd
strength as a result of victories over
two minor teams, one of them of less
than high school ability. The ..kn
of tha defense of rivals has boosted Ne
braska t strength above what close fol
lower of foot ball believe it to really
be. Tha Oornhuakers, though, are al
way strong and always put up their
ttlffest battle of tha year against Mi n ne
Tbe practio of Minnesota last week
was interrupted by Injuries to some of
the men. None of these injuries Is se
rious. They will not keep the men out
of Saturday's game, but were serious
enough to kep the candidates out nt h.
needed scrlnimage. This week finds
anout ovary ono In the lineup and the
work will be crowded right up to Friday
Heavy Lino Advantage.
Nebraska will present a heavy line,
probablv outweia-hinv rnn... ....
. -v . u - w w tur 1 110
first time In year Tbe ba&t Held Is
maae up, according to report' of big
men of considerable sneed. TJtti 1.
known of tactics or attack and. the
Gophers are keening their attack
close cover. It cannot be a great deal
mora tnan straight foot ball, though a
tha coaches, have had little time to pre
pare for tha game, and tha early practice
was largely given over to trying out
and teaching green men. Minnesota, has
plenty of strength and In the right place,
but the team is still green. Every ef
fort will be toward pointing them up In
the next five days, as most of the ex
perimental work has been accomplished.
While Nebraska la held in blah resnect
around Northrop field, there 1 no par
alysing fear of the men eaters from Lin
coln In the Gopher camp. The Gophers
will play them for all they have and
rooters cannot but feel that tome of the
glowing reports from Lincoln have been
If Minnesota gets by Nebraska with
a victory the rooters will he -in to
visions of another western chsraplonship.
aa mere is a belief that Nebraska, if
as strong as reported, could Uck Wiscon
sin. Chicago or Illinois Just now. The
success of tha Gopher season teems to
binge right now upon the outcome of
Nebraska Foot Ball
Squad Goes Thursday
" 1 w A tJlC"
gram-)The largest foot ball squad taken
away on a trip from Lincoln win go to
Minnesota, Thursday night at 8 o'clock
for the annual game between Nebraska
and Minnesota, Saturday afternoon, on
Northrup field. Twenty-one men will be
or io complete elevens. Fallow
ing IS the Hat annnuncA . ..
night by Manager Eager and Coach
Stlehm to make the trip: Captain Shotika.
Harmon, Swanson. Anderson. Racely,
Elwell, O. Prank. E. Frank. Ruasell. Mul
ligan, cnauner, Lofgren, Elliott. Pearson,
Roaa, Hornberger, Freltag, Warner, Gib
ton and Purdy.
The rj Tactic Weneeev alrk w.. w-
tecond secret work of tbe Cornhuskera,
and was as loner aa on the, rMMjin.
evening. The work of the line waa still
. 1 am ireanraen .were given the
ball on the S-Vard line, and In iwa nm
of four attempts' carried the ball over
vne goal una. Buenm tnsn told tha regu
lars that he would keep them at H until
they auoceasfully held the rreahm.n t.n
timet In tuoceealon. The next time at
tempt to cross the lino from the 6-yard
line war failure. The vriv
off four touchdowns against the freshmen
in easy fashion.
NO ATTENTION PAID -
TO KEAN OVERTURES
No attention will be paid by tha county
commissioner to a new offer of 8. A.
Kean s Co. of Chicago to buy tha 1300.
000 bond issue to eompleta and. .furnish
tha new 00 only building. Two" weeks
ago the oommlas loners began to look
aakanc at Kean Co.. high bdders
tor tha bond lasua Before they could re
ject tha bid Kean Co, withdrew It and
said they would like to negotiate to buy
the bonds at private sale.
Wedneedny morning tha commissioner!
received another latter from Kean A Co.,
earnestly requesting opening of negotia
tions, either by letter or by wire.
"We will not negotiate with 'them."
aald Commissioner Bedford. "That Is set
tled. We have advettlsed for bids and
win open there November 11."
Hastings eV Heyden. IMS South Twenty
fifth street frame dwelling, IJ.600.
Haatuigs A Heyden, if 6outh Twenty,
fourth street, fraue dwelling, I3.&M.
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STEM DRIYES MEN HARD
Putt Cornhnsken Through Stiffest
Practice of the Season.
MUCH FTTMBLDrO. IN RACK VI F, IT)
r rn ooys ava jerry Warner Stars
of the Day wot Boastlaug Over
Ontlook for the Gopher
LINCOLN. Oct 18. (Special Telegram.)
Early twilight found "Jumbo" Stlehm't
perspiring Cornhuskera " hard at work
Tuesday night buoyea on with tbe hope
ini tne memorable victory of 1902 may
again be duplicated next Saturday after
noon, when the two elevens, represent
ing the universities of Nebraska and
Minnesota, coached to per recti on. meet
in the annual struggle on Northrup
There was no letup for the tired regu
lara, for Stlehm drove his men . at a
furious pace through thirty minute of
preliminary work, fifty minutes of fierce
scrimmage, and then a half hour of rapid
signal praotloe. When the practios finally
closed the Cornhuskera had put In the
longest and hardest practice since the in
ception of the present season.
Nor was there any glory in the Tuea
day night practice for anyone but the
versatile Owen Frank, his brother n'mi.
and the sensational Jerry Warner.
rnee tnree men were the only playera
to Jet sunshine In on the gloom which
pervaded the Comhusker camn aa m.
after time the scrubs burst through the
line to upset the speedy Cornhusker
backs or tore through the s-uarri.
tackles for long gains on the offensive.
it was indeed a most unsatisfactory
practice from a Comhuakar
marred by fumbling in the backfleld and
sccentuated by poor work In the line. The
supposed stonewall Una of the Cornhosk
ers wilted under tha fierceness of the at
tack and. driven to desperation. Stlehm
finally substituted tha 'varsity backfleld
wun tne scrubs- Una and the. scrubs'
.backfleld with the 'varsity Una ri
the giant colored boy, played a wonderful
game, time after time breaking through
the line and upsetting the Cornhusker
Plays before they were fairly started.
In the Frank boys and Jerry" Warner;
the coach had some consolation,- for Owen
Frank never played In more brilliant
form than at the Tuesday night practice.
It was practically Impossible to stop
him. and his work tn forming Interference
wss superb. Time after time ha tore
through the line and around the enda,
dragging taeklers with him tn- ..--.
Jerry Warner sufficiently demonstrated
'" ne is xne logical choice to start the
game aratnst the Gophers. His general
ship in running the sound waa one nt
the redeeming features of the practice.
iie matters, a rormer Cornhusker and
Harvard star, was assisting Stlehm with
the coaching Tuesday. Matters will re
main until after the Gopher, gams.
Very little betting on the game hat re
eulted thus far. although plenty of Corn
husker money will go to Mlnneapolla
The Cornhuskera will ask odds, most of
the bets being placed on the score rather
than the outcome of the game. The team
will leave Thursday evening, and ar
rangements have been made to give them
a send-off by the student body.
They will be escorted to tha depot by
over a thousand rooters.
OLD WILL OF J. B. CALLAHAN
FOUND IN DEPOSIT BOX
Discovery of a Drier will n h i...
James B. Callahan which provide for
immcaiate distribution of $30,000 of his
estate may result in a contest. ihn.h
some of the parties will Indicate whether
or not there will be litigation.
When Mr. Callahan't safety deposit box
was opened Wednesday tha prior will
was found. It differs from the last will,
which has been admitted to nrohAte Mi.
as to the time of distribution. The ear
ner win provides that the property be
held in trust by the widow during her
lifetime, the two sons and the daimhior
each receiving the Income of $10,000 and
receiving the principal upon 'Mrs. Calla
han's death. The last will nrovtde.
Immediate distribution of $10,000 each to
John Callahan and Mrs. El L. Frets, son
and daughter, and $10,000 to Jamea Calla-
nan. son. aa soon as ha la "married and
tattled down." j '
la tbe safety deposit hoc .
certificates of deposit and mortgages to
BIG TRACTION COMPANIES
ENTER PLOWING CONTEST
Tha plowing con teat, one of the big
feature of tha enow, will be conducted
Thursday afternoon at Thirtieth and
Bristol streets, starting at I o'clock.
From that ttme until o'clock the big
plows will bs in operation every nan
hour. Tha tract selected for the contest
contains twenty-five acres, sufficiently
Isrge to, give practical demonstrations.
Curing the afternoon demonstrations of
corn shredders will bs given by the In
ternational Harvester company. The en
tranta to the plowing contest are: Auit
man. Taylor oompnny. Hart-Parr com
pany, M. Rumley company. Gaa Traction
Engine company. Hackney Manufacturing
company. International, Harvester com
pany. Fairbanks, Morse company and the
HPS COMING HERE
t - .
GRAND JURY INDICTS MARKS
Bluffs Man Held on Two Count in
TOTAL B05D IS SET AT $3,000
Charged with Conspiracy to Corn
mlt Larceny la Operations . by
Which Several Me Lost
The Council Bluffs' grand Jury, which
has been examining J. C. Mabrav for
sevnrsi aayg, has returned two indict
ments against Ben Marks of Council
Bluffs, in connection with alleged rob
beries by the Mabray gang through fake
norse races and wrestling matches.
One indictment It on the charge of
compounding felony In receiving stolen
money ana concealing the offense, on
November 7. 1908. Bond in this case Is
fixed at $3,000. -
The other charge conspiracy to com
mit larceny in connection with Mabray
gang operations between April 24 and
November 13, 1908. Rpeclfio cases men
tioned are the "miking" W W. H. Bed
ford of Bolchas, Mo.; John Hemel
brecht of Bancroft, Neb., who lost ss.oofc
C. A. Wilson of Chicago, who lost 82.000;
John Coslak of Chicago and Henry Rush-
ert Bond In the second case It fixed
Guest at Luncheon
of University Club
The University club entertained th.
members of the Cuban delegation to the
National Prison congress at luncheon t
noon Wednesday. Tha members of the
club turned out In force to honor their
.guests. Following ,th luncheon brief
addresses were made by General. Demet
rio -Pel CoatoUoy Duany. governor of
the national penitentiary at Havana,
Senor Girelaes Lanier, assistant secretary
oi tne interior, and Dr. H, HA. Hart,:
of. New Tork, representative of rthe Rus
sell Sage foundation. Other 'members 61
tbo Cuban -delegation-who'-were pcese-nt.
war 6enor Victor Hugo Barance, at
tache of the Cuban consulate general' at
New Tork. and Judge Leon-. Armlsen,
magistrate of tha court of Rant- s..
Senor Lanier spoke In his native togue,
tnrougn tne services-of an Intrepeter.
General Costilla In his remarks sketched
briefly the hopes of Cuba for the
and the effect tha opening of the Panama
canai would have on the commercial tn-
lerests ot Tne island. After a short sura
mlng up of the struggles which the
Cubans made for Independence, the!
poverty whioh prevailed, and the Indus
trial condition of the Island at nru.ni
"Tha opening ot the Panama canal" will
be of almost unappreciable -benefit to
Cuba. The island lies directly across
from the Atlantic entrance to the canal
and contain six magnificent harbors
which It Is believed will bo tbe starting
point tor vessels paasing through the
canal. Already the work of dredging
these bays Is tn progress and w are ax
pending every effort to Increase the har,
bor facilities and Improve our docks for
the unloading of merchandise."
COLUMBIAN SCHOOL HAS
SEVERAL ROOMS CLOSED"
With the exception of three rooms, in
which there was no danger of contagion,
the Columbian school waa closad wwn.
day for fumigation on account of the epi
demic of diphtheria which has broken out
among the children. Health Commis
sioner Connell has given orders that those
rooms in which the disease has appeared
be closed until such time as all d
the epldemio spreading is past. Of four
suspected cases which were under sur
velllsnce only one proved to be diph
theria, The school authorities state tht
every possible precautionary Rtep will bp
taxen ana believe that they have
matter well In hand.
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Barber Shop Case
After A. R. Pardun, proprietor of tha
Benshaw berber shop, had been dis
charged In police court Wednesday morn
ing on a charge of shaving for pay on
Sunday, City Prosecutor C. T. Dickinson
refused to file any more complaints at the
request of C. M. Felder, national organ
iser for the barbers' union. Mr. Dickin
son aald the complaints were all the same
and In all cases there was no c&se against
the defendant He told Felder that he I
would file a complaint as soon as he '
brought In a case, but not before.
RECRUITING STATION TO
BE OPENED AT HASTINGS
Lieutenant N. W. Po6t of the Omaha
recruiting station received word Wednes
day morning to establish a station at
Hastings, Neb. The station probably will
be installed the latter part of the week
or the first part of next week.
Two years ago the station was removed
from Hastings as the navy could not take
care of any more recruits. A great num
ber of sailors have done four years' serv
ice In the navy and are now dropping out.
leaving many places vacant.
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