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TIIK KEY): OMAHA. THURSDAY. NOVKMHEK 2, 1911.
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By "Bud" Fisher
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LETUP IN FOOT BALL PLAY
Coach Stiehm Gives Men on First
Team a Rest.
MOKE OF OrO STYLE OF PLAY
Agates Will Modern TrleUs Mora
KitraMtrl y Thus Air Opponent
of Cornb Makers Do Far
, LINCOLN, Nov. 1. (Special Telegram.)
-Fearful lest til men go stale on him
Stlehm ordered a letup Wednesday In
the practice of tho Cornhuxkora and cx
ruaed a number from the evening work
out on the uthletlc field. Iloth of the
Frank brothera were mlRalnc from the
lineup, likewise Jerry Warner, LofgTen,
Cnzuncr, Elliott, Harmon and Horn
berscr. 'With the thermometer hovering around
M degrees above aero the practice wna
neeeenarlly very ahort Wedneaday morn
liiit, and after-a short and br.sk signal
practice the two teams engaged in a
lively scrimmage. The varalty had little
rrtible with the fieahmen, even though
i lineup Includod about half the sub
etltutee. Purdy was playing the fullback
Position, while GlUeon was ahlfted to half.
'J.f freshmen put up a stiff defenae, but
14 plte of 11 tho varsity scored four
ttys on. straight foot ball, Varied with
II Drt rloiilaic Ope l'lsy.
4lehm Is spending considerable time
tts week developing the Comhuaker
cH of open plsy. Up until the game
vtith Ames, Nvbraaka has had little oo-
iiin to Uho tho more modern style of
f&H ball. Mlasourt and Minnesota par-
tiplarly playing the old atyle game. In
tl Missouri game ths Tiger ends played
se in, and the cavk field was drawn
1 to chop off the tackle plays which Ne
btoka sent through Its opponents' line.
tVlth Ames, ' however. It will be very
dticrcnt., T lie. Agile i-mnloy all of the
ntJre nioilerii Jouv ball tricks, and the
tirnliUHkcra will have to change their
sf.vle of Vlay entirely In this game. Ths
riils will play back and the halfback
wjQ bo drawn back In orer to prevent
tfo succeseful use of the forward pass by
tilu Aggies. H Is tho development of
till defense which Is attracting Sllehm's
aatiitlon Juat now, '
- Lincoln Alumni Uuay.
I.inooln alumni . Joined with Omaha
Tuexday afternoon In raining a fund to
stid the band to. Antes. Cleorge W.
KUne. the secretary of the university
alumni, and 8. V. Dobbs, are bunlly en
gaged In collecting funds.
The athletio board has authorised the
rnr.etruction of additional bleachers for
the Michigan game, and every available
eating space will be used to provide for
the crowd which Is expected. The work
of bullulng more stands started Wednes
day and will -be ushed rapidly on to
ALUMNI RESPONDING WELL
Several Good Subscriptions Made to
Send Band to Ames.
MOEE MONEY IS STILL NEEDED
Kan 4 gaaaht to Be ItaUea llerelrea
Nimrroaa Arcretlon Desire
o Avoid Xeceselty of Ter
Among the big subxcrlpllons to the Ne
braska band fund for sending the Corn
husker cailet musicians to Ames with
the foot ball eleven Saturday were
those made by Clement Chase, Harvey
Newbrenrh and Harry Tukey.
Considerable money Is needed yet to
make up the Ho for the band, and all
almunl, both In Omaha and In other
towns of the stato, are urged to hurry
tholr subscriptions, sending thsm to
Amos Thomas, suite it! Omaha National
bank building, who Is secretary of the
Omaha alumni, association. The fund
must be completed by tonight. Alumni
St e requested to send in . whatever they
fvel able to give. Those in charge of
raising the fund do not wish to make a
personal canvans, as will have to be
dune It the subscriptions do not come
In fust this morning.
Omaha High Fears
the Beatrice Team
Coach "Ebble" Burnett is putting the
Omaha High squad through a stiff line
of practice this wee kon I'relghton field
In preperatlon for the big game with
Beatrice Baturday afternoon at liratrlce.
The Desirloe High school lad are set
upon winning the state championship
this year and have already defeated sev
eral of the leading aspirants in the state
for the title. Omaha anticipates the
hardest game of the season Saturday, and
although three regulars are still out of
the game, is team rspldly Is rounding
into form and the substitutes who are
filling regular positions are showing up
well. Ballman, who Is holding down left
tackle at present, was exceedingly sctlve
In the Kloux City game in blocking punta
and Is showing up fine In practice this
week. Bowman's place at right half has
been filled by Crocker, who was shifted
Xrom left end.
The Beatrice game Is creating consid
erable Interest, as It Is the first time
that the purple and white has scheduled
a game with She down state lads since
1907. la that jesr Frank Lateusrr,
Omaha's famous right tackle, was cap
tslp of the team, and Omaha triumphed
to ihe tune of 'M to 0. So Beatrice has
iii' ld score to revrr,3, acd ily can
be.oounled upon to do their best to ac
complish the fvut.
Jayhawkers Expect ,
to Make Good Show
LAYVRJ2NCE, Kan., Nov. 7.-(9peclal.)
"The large scores made by the Nebraska
team against Its opponents this year does
not indicate the team's strength," said
Coach Bherwln Of the Kansas Jayhawk
ers. "Nebraska has the Idea that It can
score Just when It pleases in a game, but
when the come to Kansas some one will
be surprised." t. i .. "
The showing of the Jayhnwkers against
the Drake team has given much spirit to
the foot ball followers at Kansas and the
sentiment of the coach expressed III the
quotation Is general In the Jayhawknr
, Bherwln Is teaching his men the open
game and the work of the teem In its
first Missouri valley contest shows thst
Ills effort along this line has been worth
a good deal. The Kansns followers are
confident of defeating Nebraska In the
annual contest, whloh will be for the
championship of the valley this year.
There are various reasons assigned by
the dopeaters for this attitude on H.
part of the Jayhawkers. One Is that the
Cornhuakers appear too "chesty," They
have run up large scores In their games,
which It Is believed will be conducive
to overconfldence by the time of the
Kansas game. This has already been
shown by reports that come from Lincoln
stating that Nebruska hns the champion
ship. Nebraska Is considered to be about as
strong as last year when Kanxaa held It
to six points, while the Jsyhawkers are
much stronger. Bherwln expects to have
twenty-two men who will be able to put
up a stubborn fight against the Corn
huskers. Kansas hue but one center,
Weldllne. but In all the other positions
there are two good men. Davidson,
Burnham. McMillan and V. Wood make
up the quota of guurds, while Captain
Amnions, Balrd, Bramwell and Hchwab
can be depended upon to play a con
sistent game at the tackle positions. In
ends Kansas Is particularly strong. De
laney, the clever kicker of the team;
Hrownlee of the famous '08 team. Price
of last year's team and Maglll are ull
good men on both defensive and offensive
play. At quarter are Hell and Wilson.
Ahreus and Davis, both of last year's
team, ure tne fullbacks, er.J C. Wood
bury. It. Woodbury, Cooledge, Ksbler
and Daniels work at the halfs.
With thlti a'rey nf material Kansas
hopes to be able to humble the mighty
Cornhuskera when th?y Invade Kansas
In quet of the MisHourl valley champion
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Booster Clnb Will Give Huge Ban
quet in Exchange.
KEEFING CITY SPrEIT ALIVE
Commercial OraanlsattnM Plane to
Aroase Interest In Municipality
Among t'IMaens Antl-An-neantlonlsts'
Com in 1 1 tees.
For the first time in Its history the
South Omaha Booster club will enter
tain at a dinner Thursday night In the
Exchange dining hall.
During several sessions the club hns
discussed the arrangements for making
the affair a huge success. The ways
and means have been in the hands of
the officers and committeemen.! who re
ported yesterday the arrangements, had
bout been completed.
The plans contemplate the laying k
600 covers, and the banquet Itself will be
In the nature of an old fashioned family
Prominent business men of the town
have taken charge of the affair and it
Is expected that the banquet will mark
a now era in the history of the club.
The South Omaha Booster club is not
mors than six months old, but, it is
claimed by many business men, that the
association meets the needs of the city
as only a commercial orvanlxatlon can.
The Fourth of July celebration which
afforded much advertisement to the
Magic city was the work of the Booster
club, and If the future plans do not
miscarry the club expects to take a
stronger foothold after the approaching
The banquet Is a dollar a plate.
Annexationists Issued Cnll.
To All Interested Persons: Thursday
evening, November 2. there will be a big
meeting at the , annexation committee
rooms In the Hannan Building, first build
ing north of the postofflce. Able speakers
win be present. W earnestly request
that everyone who is In favor of annexa
tion be present, as well as those who are
open to honest conviction to matters that
are of vital Importance to thorn.
We a ro only Interested In that which
Interests every cltisen of South Omaha,
numely: A bigger and better home. town
run on a more economical' basis, which
will be done as soon as we are annexed
to Greater Omaha."
CITIZENS' ANNEXATION COMMIT
TKE. Antl-Anuesatlonlsts Hnsy.
President Williams of the South
umaha Anti-Annexation club, announces
an open meeting of the club at the city
hull Wednesday evening, November 1.
President Williams also appointed the
following executive committee of the
First Ward-M. P. lllnchey. John Flvnn.
Samuel Vvlntei a, K. K. Leigh, James
Parks, W. U. Cheek, A. A. Wright, N.
Second Ward-Frank Koutsky, John
Hlinnglen. Fiur.k lUdil. P. J. Lennlliun,
MlcJisel liolden, J. c VttJia, Morris Yost,
Third Ward-Frank Helding, Joseph
I avilk, J. M. McCarthy. Charles Jtemer,
L'v'lk"'' Joseph Murek. Joseph
Fourth Ward J. S. McLaughlin. M. W.
McNeil. M. J. Bundola. ,
Fifth WuKl-Uenry llauflalre. John Rl
llott. John L'rbmiNkt. Martin llettrlck.
Sixth Ward Thomas lioctor, Dr. W. M.
Davis, Wllllum wueenan, t. A. Melcher,
J. W. Murphy, Ben Manger.
Seventh Ward-John J. Ijirkln, Charles
J oil, Peter Plcquer. Wllll.im Martin. J.
M. Fentun, William Broderlck. P. J.
llunnltian Charles Clnpo. p. J. Metlold
rttk. W. ll. Fitxtjerald, Martin Collins.
The members of this committee will ad
vise with the officers of
SHE RETAINS TITLE OF TENNIS
CHAMPTON AT HIGH SCHOOL.
WESTERN TROTTING HORSE
I BREEDERS ELECT OFFICERS
kO" JOSKPII. Mo., Nov. l.-The annual
tnef-(lng of the Western Association of
Tr$Ung Ikrso Breeders was held here
14 ?lght. Of firsts were elected as fol-lo-:
Clark A. Smith. Topeka. Kan.,
prei)lent; Arthur i. Thomas, St. Joseph,
setseisry and treasurer, with a vice pres
ide! I for each of the twelve states em
bod'Cd In the association,
i ; i . . . .
Brstrlre Kspeets to Defeat Omaha.
JtJJATrUCK, Neb., Nov. t. (Special.)
"'I t Beatrice High sihoid fnot bull teum
la temg thruuiih some hod sci iininaves
aatjf In oid.r t.i be in lite bent pusiililit
n,ie fur the game with Omaha next
ttutirduy on ths loeal gridiron when the
!' teems win bstue fur slate chant
i'l!nu hcnoli-. .trlte ti r.n: I'
vy department' and tho Beatrice fans
lis4 It to:d out that the same will go
lu IbulrlLe. the locslx liivi uot lut a
ga.e this aeaaon.
alnat foes ie Poison
v toe ayapepttc. l-.lretrlc Bitters cure
d)jPla. liver and kidney complaints
i4 debility. Price 6oc. For sale by Uea-
8RENNAN BURLESQUING NOW
World's Ckamulonahln Merles I'm.
islre t'orniaa i u km Theater
I'mplre William Brnnan of the Na-
tlonnl le.ii.Mio staff who, as correspondent
for the Plouoer Press and Dlptc:h dur
ing Ilia world series, (mi ln stung bv
the theatrical b ig. Dli Hill, us the Na
tional league's leading umpire, opened a
week's engagement at the fr'tar theater
Monduy aftcrnonn in whlrh h Is lec
turing on the world series nnd explain
ing a series of slldvs on plays and players
of the series.
"of course this slusn business Is new
to me." raid Dimnan, 'although 1 have
played to as many as W.0t baseball fans
end succeeded in setting away with my
life. I hud three of f. rs to go Into vaude
ville in the euat, but had promised l
work fur Johnny Kirk, manager of the
Star theater, and lld not want to dlsai-
IKJlnt him. 1 also huve su offer to work
at thj Jrug thfiiter In Omaha, and ex
pei 10 open in me up-river city next
Sunday afternoon. 1 have prepared a
munolog'ie en the world ?!leaund with
r.iy set r twcnly-rli-ht s!l.le on the pla
eia 'i'i j:us. n..e i enlertuin the
On, aim builui'iue luvtra to the satUfae
i on vi rvery one. 01. raui 1'toneer-
Bee Want Ads win Boost your bunt-
net ax.d cause It to grow. ,
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MIS) LAURA ZIMMERMAN.
Dr. A. II. Koenlg drepsed the hand,
ffontb Ouiuiia. Ilorillna.
Big League Drafting
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1. Allan T.
Baum of San Francisco was elected
president of the Paclfio Coast Base Ball
The election of Baum was hastened to
permit him to attend the meeting of the
National Base Ball commission In Cin
cinnati, November 14. He will then pro
ceed to San Antonio, Tex., for the meet
ing of the minor league association.
It Is asserted that an Insurgent move
ment against the scope of drafting power
of the big league teams is to be given
Impetus at Ban Antonio and will lnvolvt
the American association and the East
ern, southern. Western and Paclfio Coast
With the Bowlers
int. 2d. 3d. Total.
Welmer Alll PiJ 157 451
KohoiiHky 121 1;.J li,9 4X1
Beyers 1x4 lSi) 141 4oa
Stem Ui l:fl m 4S6
Sherwood 1U lM ia2 440
Totals 7'.'8 737 857 t,220
1st. 2d. 3d. Totnl.
Horwlch INS 107 155 610
Haster 1U3 liiS Ml 402
Car non 1;U 1,4 liel US
Knight , li!U 157 1U
Toman 173 167 1X1
Totals.. Wl 783 677 i,181
I ' 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Jornes 150 150 . 150 450
Smtlfc '..J 160 '. l-'iO l.) 450
Cooley Ull .. 115 li 6X1
Shopard 141 10 150 ' 451
Dubrener 21J IKS li 621
Totals'; iiiii 840 764 J,4G
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Hammond 144 ,l:t 100 442
Motx 108 141 lfH 400
McCord 17 13 15H 827
Thomas 150 150 150 450
Lewis 150 150 150 . 4j0
Totals 7W) 770 789 2,S
promote the onU-anuexatlon
their respective wards.
llnnt for Hoy Ilnrglars.
Police are on the lookout for a band
of boys who are suspected of having
committed several robberies Monduy
Mrs. Harry Peterson. 8l North Seven
teenth street. Informed the ollce that
Bhe had suffered the lora rf a gold watch.
Mrs. Joseph Sherman, 2510 P street, alxo
reported that her home bad been entered
Monday night and robbed of a watch,
pin and diamond ring.
About the same time the officials of the
Union Pacific railroad complained that
one of their vara had been broken into
and robbed of a lot of shoes and hosiery.
The police are inclined to think that
the robberies will b traced to a gang
of boys who have for some time past
been causing trouble. '
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Karlqulst, on the occasion of their twen
tieth wedding anniversary, were surprised
at thtir home, txts North Twenty-first, by
a number of their friends. Musla and
refreshments were enjoyed during the
evening. Mr. and Mrs. Karlqulxt were
the recipients of a number of fine pres
ents. Those present Were Mr. and Mis.
Albert Peiemon, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Strom. Mr. and Mrs. 'Alex Pahlgran, Mr.
and Mrs. Kellberg. Mr. and Mrs. Wrig,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Und. Mr. and Mrs.
Nela Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Writ:.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lilljeberg. Mr. and
sirs. F. T. Andereon, Mr. and Mrs. L. O.
Furen, Mrs. C. Mortensen, Mrs. Vied-
berg, Mr. J. Johnnon. Oust WeylanUer,
Mrs. A. PergquUit and Charles Anderson.
William Powell I ajar.
William Powell of Thirty-ninth and K
streets fell yesterday evening at Twenty
fourth and N streets and fractured his
Mr. Powell In hurrying towards the
coiner is said te have stepped upon an
lnaecure manhole covering which turned
i wlla biuk. taming Ui sji.aliianl
In Booster league the Guarantee
Clothing 'company won three from the
Maseppaa. Arnatlen and Johnson were
the stars for the clothiers, getting 692
and 674 respectively. Matthes was the
tar for the candy makers, getting high
total with 601, also high single game
The Stors Malts took two from the
Rufftner Tailors, Eastman and Durke
getting high single games with 224 and
203. For the Stors, Hemlebln got high
total for the series with 641.
London Tailor took two from the
Farrell' Syrup, McCarthy and Clark
being the star for the Tailor. Mc
Carthy got high single gam with 235.
He - alio bad high total for the vert
Grand totals 826
GUARANTEE CLOTHING CO.
1st. 2d. 3d.
O. Cander 209 152 I 174
Arnstlen 175 S60O 317
Pickett 170 142 1 50
Weeks 107 161 1X6
Johnson 177 2M 190
804 823 2462
Morton 142 ITS
Straw 173 173
Conrad in 1R4
Cochran 223 161
Totals 870 849 879
Ohensorg 1U4 158
Nelson 174 1H2
Heaton 129 210
Bowers 149 178
Beselin 143 181
Totals 759 829 862 2.650
W. A. Keyt rolled 762 In three games;
Dolnn rolled TOO In three names: Buy
nish, 6M; some classy marks to beat.
Bill Keyt averaged 240 for five games.
Lanarford to Aostrnlia.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Nov. l.-Sam
Lnngford, the negro pugilist, who Is on
his way from Boston to Australia to
meet the heavyweight fighter In that
country, today sailed on the Australian
liner Zealandia, which had been held an
hour for him,
Stephenson Did Not
Know How Much
Money He Spent
MILWAUKEE, Oct. Jl.-So little atten
tion was given by Senator Isaao Stephen
son to the amount of money he was
spending in hi primary campaign for the
United States enatorshlp nomination In
1908 that he had to employ an attorney
to find ' out what was spent. H. A. J.
Upham co testified before the senatorial
Investigating committee today. Mr. Up
ham, who acted as the senator attor
ney, aald he found the total expenses to
be $111, JSE, or about 34,000 more than was
One of the charge which the United
State senate committee 1 investigating
1 that Senator Stephenson failed to com
ply with the Wisconsin corrupt prac
tices act, which require a detailed ac
counting of campaign expense. Mr. Up
turn admitted that his report technically
wa not in accordance with the statutes,
but it compiled with custom, he declared,
and even If the law was violated it
merely would threaten a fine without af
fecting the senator' tenure of office.
Magic City Gossip.
P. J. Poblnson. a newspaper man of
Denver. Is the guest of I'. J. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hachtenbols, Jr.,
2521 Jetteraon street, report the birth of
The Atlas cafe, which Is to be operated
by Welxh and Martin, will open in a
Mr. and Mrs. Emit Heldt announce ths
birth of a son at their home, 101 North
CAKNKx COAL. Is clean: no clinkers:
Inns than 3 per cent ash. Tel. South V.
Hi oad well-Roberts Co.
The birth of a son 1 renorted at the
hums of Mr. and Mrs Hiram Bryant,
Thirteenth and P streets.
Buy vour coal of Ounderson Bros.
Cherokeo nut. 84.00 ter tun. Bell Phone
South Ktt; Independent F-1M44.
Phone Bell South 8i Independent F-
18itf for a case of Jetter Gold Top. Prompt
delivery to any part of City. William
For Rent Six-room 'house, modern ex.
rept heat; also large barn. Location, 2513
ti st. Kent, 8-U Will sell cheap, pnone
John Bua-lwelcs and Louis Rlha have
been tranxfecaud from tire halls 8 and 1,
resoeetivelv. vNfluulwelcs oos to No. 1
and Riha to ty. 8.
St. Hilda s guild of St Martin' church
will meet Thursday evening at 8:30
o'clock at tho home of Mis Abbott, 1330
Mr. and Mrs. Dull Johnson and daugh
ter, Margaret, accompanied by Miss
Margaret Nolo, left on a motoring trip
to Tekumah, where they will visit for
a few days.
Arthur N. Shrlver, who died Sunday,
will bo buried this afternoon at S o clock
from Brewer's chapel. Rev. Robert
W heeler. D. 1).. will officiate and Inter
ment will be made In Laurel Hill ceme
We wish to thank the many friends and
neighbors for their kindneas shown to us
doling the sudden death of our cousin.
Oustuve Becker i. Mr. and Mra. .fc.mll
The property known as the South
Omaha Country club. Has good house.
barn, etc. Here la an opportunity to get
nice country place without puytng rent.
O Neil's Ken I Ei'luta 4k Insurance Agency,
512 North Twenty-fourth street. South 192.
Mra. V. Plvonka. aunt of Commissioner
Pivonka of the fire and police hoard. He
dangerously in at nur noine, luirty-aixtn
unit the county line. Mrs. rivonaa some
time ago tell and Injured her right ankle,
from which complication aroae causing
a danKer of blood poiaon.
Fowler and Rodgers
to Meet m the Air
TUCSON. Ari. Nov. 1 For the first
lime in history men in flight across the
continent will meet In the air on Wednes
day. Tucson will mark the aerial trans
continental crots roads for the aviators.
Robert G. Fowler, who la already here,
and C. I'. Rodgers, who Is In flight from
El Paso. Bepa.rs to Fowler' flying ma
chine, damaged In landing yesterday,
were delayed on the way here so long
today that his plan of leaving this after
noon for Benson and Bowie had to be
bandir.ed. He will be leady tomorrow,
Slid when Rodgers Is seen, a speck in th
ether, he will rise and hail him a the
to paa iu the air.
ROW IK. Ark.. Nov. 1. Traveling at
high speed. Aviator C. P. Rodger en-
teied Arizona cn the last leg of hi
L-octun-to-ocean flight and issued over
Bowie at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon. lit
altitude was about 3u) feet. Rodger will
paas the night at WUvwa, IwtVj Xiv
TotalB 898 803 1 8,875
1st. xu. aa. louu
734 881 996 1.621
In the Metropolitan league the Beselin
Mixer won three straight from the
hnmim.ra W Drhn.lit.r had hlsh total
with 615, and Dick Schneider hign single
with 231. scores:
FARRELL S SYRUPS.
1st. Id. 3a
788 928 786 3.601
878 771 774 2,4X1
W. Schneider ....... 10 150
Htgglns 177 162
D. Schneider lis ii
.. 407 430 417 1.264
Kids took two out of
three from the Luxus on the Metropolitan
alleys. Cochran had high game of 2-1
and high total of 641 tor the Kandy Kids.
lteaton bad high game wttn uu ana rtei-
high total with v lor the i.uxus.
Wedneadsy, Permits against La Valdora.
Ihursoay. November . toe tvommerviai
league smoker will be held at Rasxmus
en hull, Twenty-second and Cuming
DRE1BLS KANDT KIDS.
1st. Id. Sd. Total.
Etapennoret 158 188 17 519
George II. Morgan,
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Oct. 81.-Qeorge II.
Morgan, for forty-seven year secretary
and treasurer of the Merchant exchange
In this city, died today from pneumonia.
Out of respect to his memory the ex
change cloned at noon and will suspend
operation at the same hour Thursday,
the day on which the funeral will be
held. He wa for some year secretary
and treasurer of the Provident asso
ciation and wa a leading Congregational
layman. Mr. Morgan wa born In Platts
burg, N. Y. December 16. 1838. During
hi long term of service on the 'change
with the best of facilities for Inform
ing himself on the market, it I said
Mr. Morgan never made a trade in grain
or any other commodity bought and sold
Rot. Dr. Henry C. McCoolc,
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 1.-Rev. Dr.
Henry C. McCook, 74 year old, an old
Presbyterian clergyman, died today.
During the early part of hi career he
was a horn missionary for Illinois and
Missouri and acted a missionary In St.
Louis. He wrote many religious work
Jess C. Banker.
SALEM, Neb., Oct. 81 Jeass C. Bunker
died at the home of hi father In
Eatacado, Or., whither he went re
cently to secure relief from consump
tion. He wa born near Vllllsca, la.,
in 1883, but for the last ten year hi
home had been at Salem or Dawson,
oelng employed a a dry good clerk
.until tour year ago, when he went to
Boone Man End Life.
BOONE, la,, Oct. 81. (Special Tele
gram.) W. A. Carson, a Boone con
tractor, shot and killed himself at Glad
brook yesterday. Hi body was found
late in the afternoon at the edge of the
town. Temporary insanity and domestlo
troubles were the cause. While here his
family wa a leader in younger society.
Contrart to Ui OMeh.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 31. (Special Tel
egram.) The secretary of the interior
ha awarded a contract to Robert Kin
kald of Newell, fi. D., fur oouaLruttlng
a drainage ditch Involving the excavation
of approximately 33,000 cublo yards of
material in connection with the Bell
Fourche irrigation project.
Health to you'
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cool and sparkling.
It Quencbei tht thirst
and invigorate the
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Rock Island Shop
Men Will Discuss
CHICAGO, Oct. 81.-Off!clal of the Chi
cago, Rock Island A Pacific railroad here
today denied that shopmen are taking a
strike vote to foroe a wage increase. F.
O. Melcher, vice president In charge of
operation, said the road had no official
knowledge that any vote wa being taken,
but that the only ungranted demand of
the men wa for recognition of the sys
tem federation, the same cause for which,
shopmen on the Uarrlman line now are
Talk of a shopmen' strike on the
Rock Island, however, was general among
labor union men here. James W. Kline,
international president of the railway
blacksmiths, was busy yesterday ex
changing telegrams with other interna
tional officers. He was In constant com
munication wtlh J. A. Franklin of the
boilermakera, Michael O'Sulllvan of the
heet metal worker and Martin Ryan of
the carmen, all of whom are In Kansas
City, and James O'Connell of the machin
ists, now at Washington, D. C.
President Kline sent out a call today for
the heads of the other international
unions to meet In Chicago at the earliest
possible time to discuss the advisability
of a strike.
NICKELS MINTED IN 1910
GENUINE, SAYS TREASURY
WASHINGTON, Oct. St. Inquiries, from
all section of the country are being re
ceived at the Treasury department from
person who believed report that all
nickel dated 1910 are counterfeit. The
report were spread In the west and
south and now are current In the east,
occasioning much inconvenience. There
are 30,000,000 nickel of 1910 In circula
tion, and to far a the treasury know
all are genuine. Some of them were dis
colored in' the minting by fume of ul
purlo acid, which, give them an unusual
Primaries Cnnse Dimage Salt.
SHERIDAN, Wyo.. Oct. 81.-(SpeciaI
Telegram.)-D. C. Wensell, a prominent
member of the Sheridan county bar and
a candidate for the mayoralty at the pri
mary, ha Instituted a libel suit against
the Enterprise Publishing company, the
Sheridan Brewing company and R. A.
Keenan, one of the principal stockhold
er In the brewery, because of the publi
cation during the campaign of an alleged
Interview in which he allege he was
Peristnt Advertising I the Road to
RIDS THE SYSTEM
Scrofula is a disease usually man!
Tested In childhood, though some who
ire victims of the trouble reach man
iood or womanhood before there is
my manifestation of the trouble; but
no matter at what age it shows, the
'.iseaae germ's are in the blood, and
intil they are removed there cannot
e a healthy condition of the body.
The ordinary symptoms of Scrofula
ire swollen glands abont the neck,
calp diseases, ekin affections, poor
ihysical development, etc. S.S. S.
aas cured thousands of cases of Scrof
ula. It is the greatest of all blood
purifiers, and by going down into the
?ircnlation and removing the germs
tnd poisons, and enriching the blood
iiy the creation of nutritive corpuscles,
S. S. makes permanent cure.
3. 8. S. is a purely vegetable remedy,
made entirely of health-giving roots,
herbs, and barks, and is perfectly safe
for persons of any age, or those in
delicate conditions of health. No one
need fear to give S. S. S. to a child,
following directions, and the health it
will bring to frail, delicate children
will be a blessiner to their parents. If
you or your child have Scrofula, write
for onr book on the blood and ask for
any medical advice. No charge for
either. S. S. S. is eold at drug stored.
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