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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1911.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Auditor Raffles Picks Flaws
City's Bookkeeping System.
QUESTION OF CHECKING BONDS
Police Coart Rooks Too Larking; In
System o n Checked Vp at All
Afrldavlts to Change In
Auditor J. C. Raff lea, who la at present
engaged In checking over the accounts of
tho city, experts to conclude his work
some time this week.
Mr. Raffles Is now engaged In checking
over the bonds and coupons of the city,
lie has concluded the work in the clerk's
office, the tax department, the school
hoard and the police court. The work of
the treasurer's office has also been fin
ished with the exception of the bonda and
Mr. Rnffles said yesterday that his re
port would be compendious, not to say
exhaustive. He declared that any effort
to obtain an adequate check on the city
bonds would necessitate a review of the
vame for ten years back. He said thtt
without such a check there Is always the
possibility of duplicate issues and coupons
especially coupons which do not necessi
tate the actual signatures of the clerk
In the tax department the auditor
claimed that the system of bookkeeping
was not up to date. He ahowed that In
the books under the present system there
la no possibility of keeping separate the
accounts of principal and Interest and no
possibility of getting a rock bottom bal
ance. Of the police court books, Mr. Raffles
declared he was unable to make a check
at all, due to the lack of system In the
books aa they are at present kept. It is
probable that he will make recommend
tlons of or, at least. Indicate a more per
fect and accurate system of keeping a
check In the interest of the city.
In summing up Mr. Raffles admitted
that he would recommend to the city
fathers the Installation of a new set of
books together with a system that will
be up to date and accurate. In case the
the council authorizes such action the
auditor can either install the books and
leave them to be opened by the city em
ployes or he can remain to Inaugurate the
Slamatares for Brick Blocks.
Three affidavits were yesterday filed
with the city clerk deposing that John
Stranglan, Mrs. John Stranglan and
Rasmus Larsen had been approached on
Xovember 17 by one Kratky. who sought
their signatures to a petition for the
paving of Twentieth street from S to Y
streets with Moberly brick block.
The deponents say that they all signed
for the material mentioned, and not for
Buffalo brick block, which has slnoe been
substituted on the petition.
These affidavits are filed In the interest
of Dan Hannon, contractor, who claims
that the contracts awarded to the Parks
Letter Paving company were not In strict
accord with the law.
.Contractor Hannon said yesterday that
lie would enjoin the city officials from
spenamg the money for the contracts
with Parks-Lefler unless the council
rectified the matter without delay.
A Panltorlnm Tmt.
Notwithstanding the mandate of the
supreme court of the United States the
organization of trusts and combinations
alleged by the rabble to be In restraint
of trade goes on with unabated teal. The
latest la a cleaning trust.
It Is understood that most, tf not all
the clothes cleaning shops In the South
Omaha business district have been bought
by an Omaha concern, which will operate
them .under the old names and titles.
Many of the present owners. It Is said,
will be retained in the employ of the new
It Is asserted that prices have' already
lieon advanced among tho cleaning fra
Arthur Klckarr Cleared.
Arthur RIckart, a young man of 119
rvorth Nineteenth street Omaha, was yea
terday tried and discharged In the South
Omaha police court on the charge of ob.
talnlng goods under false pretenses from
A. L, Borgqulst of South Omaha.
According to the testimony adduced, it
seems that RIckart, who worked In a
local drug atore for some time, ordered
coal from Bergqulst without paying for
the same. It was shown that the young
man. after buying the coal had changed
liis place of employment. Thinking him
self the victim of fraud Bergqulst brought
charges against RIckart..
"Witnesses Introduced by RIckart showed
that he enjoyed a good reputation and
that tho cliargo was groundless.
Diphtheria Scare Over.
City Health Inspector Chris Perina re
ports that the dlptheria scare that for
a time threatened the lower part of the
city seems to be on the wane.
Only ono case of quarantine remains
and that, the Inspector expects ,to raise
During the last two weeks the health
department has had to cope with what
promised for a time to be an epidemic of
Mudlson school where a number of
cases were reported was ordered closed
by the school board, whose prompt action
In the premises did much to allay the
The Presbyterian church at Fifteenth
and Madison etreeta waa thought to have
been exposed and the city henlth In
spector had the building fumigated.
"Everything seems to be In i:etty good
shnpe now said the Inspector, but careful
watch must still be kept for a few days."
Cemetery Cn.e In Ceart.
Residents In the vicinity of the new
Oraceland Tark cemetery are raising
funda to prosecute their case In the su
preme court. The funds are to be raised
by popular subscription.
Graceland Park cemetery has been In
litigation over a year. The cemetery as
sociation la being opposed by some of the
property owners who hove unsuccessfully
appealed to the Board of County Com
missioners and the district court. As a
last resort they have employed attor
neys to take the matter up to the high
Fire and Police Bonrd.
At meeting of the Kirn and Police
Board held yesterday morning in the
mayor's office It waa determined to have
the chiefs of the two departments pre
sent the lists of employes to the city
council next Monday night. The mem
bers of the board, however. Indicated that
they could not see any posslbll'ly of re
trenchment In cither arm of the service
that Is already too skimpy for the needs
of the city.
The application of t. C. Egan for a
place on the police force was received
Men Meld on "n.nlclon.
Loyal Gardener, Twenty-ninth and Tt
streets, was arrested late Friday even-
ng by Detectives Sheehan and McGulro.
who charged him with breaking and en
tering the pool room of A. Steinberg at
I'wcnty-seVenth and Q street.
Oren Lowery was arrested with Gard
ener and charged with being a suspicious
Maa-lo City Gasaln.
A. It. Murdock made a business trip to
BOWLERS' ENTRY LIST OPEN
Dcs Moines, la., this week,
Try Culklns for your overcoat.
The women of St. T.uk.'a T.nhn
church will hold their annual baxar on
ueceraoer and 7.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Tf Parlrfnev r.r rrni.n
Cal. are visiting their son, George Pad
dock, 1614 B street.
Jotter's Gold Tods and Martin's Tlmm
will play a match itamn this afmrnnnn t
Uariow'a bowling alleys.
Phone South 35 for window crl.a. p.u.
iick rami ana raper Co. We deliver.
ine ladies' Aid society nf tha Prwhv
lerian church will serve their ii.imi
uy luucneun at. me cuurch.
Misses IJlllan Bell and Vera Rallsback
were the over Saturday and Sunday
"" w mm. jj. it. Atamews.
John rDeedle. sunerlnienrient r,f ihA
nerison scnoois. was the truest or M
uranam i ainner Tuesday evening.
L. W. Luka nf Thnrmmv Ta vl.lt.
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.' T. A.
neicner, i wenty-rourth and 1 streets.
Miss Laura Peterson, llfll North Tniv.
third street, was host ea. At n kpn.ln.'iiin
for the Alpha Omlcron PI club Saturday.
Mrs. W. C. Bronsnn returner! tn hr
home Monday after a two weeks' visit
inrougn northwestern Nebraska with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McCulloch hsv.
as guests Messrs. A. M. Kitchen of Bald
win, ueorge and Will Hurlbut of
The Mothers' club met Frldav with Mrs
A. R. Parker, 819 North Twenty-second
street. Mrs. A. L. Button gave a very
"Phone Boll South Stt Independent P-18C8
for a case of Jetter Gold Top. prompt de
livery to any part of city. William Jetter.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Jones of Dundee,
Mrs. Challa Scott Wlllard of Bethany,
Neb., and Rev. H. J. Klrchsteln of Omaha
were (Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
N. M. Graham.
Ralph Campbell, who for the last three
years or more has been living with the
family of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Campbell, returned to bis former home at
Saunulot, N. Y.
Blanks Have Been Distributed for
Coining" City Tournament.
MANY SHOOTERS TO CHICAGO
Des Moines la Also Caatinat Ahoot for
rn-e Delegations to MId-Weat
Tournament to He Held
CIIKDI I.E FOR ( OMnO WEEK.
Fanrtar. 1ST IlaHfn !
Il.il I7 AIMS 1"
t!an 1M II. I.u.t.rkamp I
Haufll.a )U It. llullKr X!
Kim man 1SI ('... r U'l
H hnrlilr 11 lMon 1
.. 1-11 1M J. latidorkainp 1"
S."inman ISO .laculnli 1J
ll.iin INS l'...lr...y Ml
Hiram. 1M H.(rirr m
New Omaha Branch
.taw i n
Monday Maney's Sunkist vs.
Tuesday W. O. V. vs. Diets Athletic
Wednesday German Home vs. Chris
Thursday Rumohr Sneclals vs. the
Friday Derby Woolen Mills vs.
Stors bottling Company.
Manic City i.rir,
GARLOW ALLKYS. KOVTlt OMAHA.
Monday KtelllnL-s vs. Petersen's
Candy Kids, South timaha Ice and Coal
Company vs. Ourlow a Colt.
Thursday Jetter Gold Tops vs.
Poyoo Crackerjacka, Culkln'a Cubs vs.
I'ui krr.' I.rainc.
GARLOW ALLKYS, SOUTH OMAHA.
Tuesday Omahas vs. Swifts, Cude
hys vs. Armours,
( out nr rrlat t.raarne.
Monday La Valdora vs. I'ete Lochs.
Tuesday Permits vs. Luxus.
Wednesday Brodegaard Crowns vs.
Thursday Drelbua Candy Company
vs. Oold Tops.
Friday O'Brien Handy Kids vs. A.
Hospe Company, Mets Brothers vs.
Berg Clothing Company, McCord-Brady
Advos vs. J. 8. Cross.
Monday Corey-McKenaie Company
vs. Columbia, Kl I'axos vs. A. O. C W.
No. 17, Outlaws vs. Midland Glass
Blowers, A. I. Root Company vs. Spaul
dlngs. Danttrra' I. ran nr.
Tuesday Omaha Bedding Company
vs. Guarantee, luthlng Company, Storz
Malts vs. Lrandels High Hai.s, London
Tailors vs. Maseppas, Ruffner Tailor
ing Company vs. FarrelU Syrups.
Kntry blanks for tho five-men, two-men
and single events of the next city cham
pionship tournament have been placed at
the Metropolitan (Jveyfs), Francisco and
Garlow alleys, soMt Is now up to the
bowlers to fill them out and return to
the secretary to be tabulated on or be
fore January 1, when entries come to a
At Chicago the number of entries to
the. city tournament established a now
bowling record, Secretary Jake Mueller
Ing up a list of "C6 five-men teams to
enter tho city champlonshlpsnext Satur
day night. The doubles show 616 pairs,
while the singles run to l,ZVt. The gan
is a trifle over 10 per cent over last year's
list, at that time considered the high
water mark, and one that could not
easily be surpassed. Cash prizes this
year will run close to S3.5O0, against 13.000
last year, the count last season being 223
five-men , teams, C-V doubles and 1,162
singles. Twenty alleys will be used for
the tournament this year.
Mid-West Closes Soon.
Just one week from today and the en
tries for the next Midwest come to a
close, and the largest list In the history
of the organization Is expected to shoot.
The post Midwest champions are as follows:
Mealc it i.unr
Martin Tlrern 19
.letter s Gold Tops IK 9
Stellltiirs it 9
I'eterKon a Candy Kids.. 14 13
Culklns Cuba 14 IS
Knyce Cracker Jacks.... IS 14
Garlow Cults 7 '-'
8. Omaha Ice A Coal Co. 5
Team schedule November M to Novem
ber Monday, November 'JO
Alleys 1 and 1! .Stellings Sgnlnst Peter
sen's Candv Kids.
Alleys g and 4, Omaha Ice & Coal Co.
against Garlow Colt.
'i'hu.sday. November 2J
Alleys 1 and 2, .letter's Gold Tops
agalnxt Royce Cracker .lacks.
Alleys ;l and 4, Culkln s Cubs against
Names. A Nimai At.
Hull ISJ fuikln IM
Flliiorald ITS IV.cb.lt 1M
Panherg ITS 'rmtrlnk "'S
K.-itrher l''"r 1M
Koch Ill ( lay horn U
Hmthn i:r r.krr V3
Kimneilr 17J winter 1M
Ohnmorf 171 Km IbS
Brian. 17.1 P Wlntar 1M
lilt Mwn ...
1H Martin ..
IHT ir. I'tn .
Hil Vi'nlfn ...
ll Krys ....
1& tlrnna .,
1K (lnr ...
1M II w, ...
1M (Ira.o ...
I'iioima 14 Mullfn
11 Nollann ....
1M lrlt.l.l ....
t? Irklna ...
181 Parkar ...
17 Mailer ....
174 Swift .....
170 llpyer ....
16J llatcr ...
144 lloriiwr ..
i:.J hnlahl ...
ls cavlton ..
IM I rlre
an Omaha branch at Twentieth and Har
ney streets, with W M. Ileal as manager
In chars, last waek.
The ahowlng of the "Dreadnought"
Mollne "So" In winning so much In the
l'.Ul Chicago reliability run lies attracted
much favorable attention to the four new
self starting models, ard especially to
tho 4x6 long stroke motor used In this
car. The four Mollne cars entered In the
reliability run, negotiated tho entire dis
tance of nearly 1,400 miles, traversing five
states In reven days, and checked In at
the finish with four perfect road scores,
wlnnlt.g three out of a possible four
The new models are now on display
here and ready for demonstration. Tlio
opening of this branch is In recognition
of the growing demand this manufacturer
has found for Mollne cars In the central
F.r NMinc in. fflJj) MlIM,
The Mollne Automobile company opened i f LI M U C J ' ... T
tPT VB 11 lJTT WVITVT
Mrs. C. II. Marling. 24 North Twenty-
il .f. 'i- lB8R" BU8t?.at ,nouA!lii-Kid Nichols' Kids, Kansas City. t31
?5l I llli?TZx .Mr,i ",od Cliarl ' IflO-rBrunswlck-Balke Co., Kan. City 2,909
wi nT0012dJ8l"UJi- S"? Ju"?rA " 1911--Dutfy8, St. Louis..... 209
Miss Lenore Koeder, also of Grand lalar.co TWO-MEN'.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Harris and Miin ,190s Wilson-Donovan. Ex 'c'r Sprlngs.l.m
Althea Fletcher of David City, Ne . jl9l Amellng-Fuermnn, St. Louis 1,242
were the last week guests of th,rJ"n lio Beli-Hliss, St. Louis 1,264
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Fletcli.. l!tll-Flenner-Colller. Chicago 1.262
,V. L. lVt
IS 9 .W6
n is .roS
H Id .4"7
10 17 .372
Iiorwleh hlh slnBo, M; llorwlck hl
three games, 6U?.
Swift h.Kli single, S71; Omaha high Hire
Totals for November 15 Series Omah
2.4.'.9; bwlft. 2.4M; Cudahy, 2,842; Armou
Total Twenty-seven Games Omnh
SliMl; Swltt, 11, ISO; Armour, 2t.itw; Cudalis
Team Average Omaha, 790; Swift, 7S.
Armour, 707; Cudahy, 74J.
Shelby Makes Good
Against David City
SHELBY, Neb., Nov. 19 (Special. )
In one of the most Interesting and hardest
fought battles ever played on tho Shelby
gridiron, Shelby JIIkIi school foot ball
team defeated the David City team, b
a score of 11 to 0, Rcece, quarterback,
making two touchdowns, and Ilumlston
making one goal kick.
The Shelby foot ball team has been
doing great work this season. It has
won seven games out of clBht, all against
twelve-grade schools except one, while
Shelby has only eleven. In the eight
games Shelby has made an aggregate of
164 points to opponents 10. Lineup:
DAVID CITY. SHELBY
Rede C.C McBeth
Stoddard KG. I.G Wm. Hills
Hcuewser LG.IRO Clark
MRS. WOOD OF LOGAN
GIVES LARGE FUNCTION
LOGAX. la., Nov. 18--(Ppvclal.)-Mr
Florence Wood, wife of Dr. I. C. Wood,
entertained here this afternoon womer
friends of Omaha, Council Kluffn, Dun
lap. Woodbine. Missouri Valley and
Logan, i:0 In all. The home was
elaborately decorated with flowera In ad
dition to paintings and other works of
v is? mom- m Msy
art secured In the different counttiea of
the old world. The punch bowl was
presided over by members of the Rlerian
club, likewise the dining room where
dainty rrfrrohnivnls were nerved.
Mrs. I, C. Wood was assisted In the
receiving lino by Mrs. ,1. C. Mllllman,
Mrs. Coia Bolter, Mm. C. A. Bolter and
Mrs. Almor Stern. Tho musical and
literary program was of unusual merit
and as follows: Mrs. A. J. Miller, Iogan,
Instiumentnl solo; Mrs. George W. Coe,
Woodbine, Instrumental solo; Miss Gladyt
Rrarkney, l.osn, resiling; Mrs. R. C.
Hills, Missouri Valley, nolo. Miss Ella
Ryan, Dunlap, Instrumental solo; Mis.
Will O'Connor, Woodbine,, vocal solo; M.S.
H. C. Hills and Mrs. W. II. Johnson
Logan, vocal duet; Miss Ratcllff, Ixigan
reading; Mine Mabel Lighter, Logan
vocal solo; Miss Consuelo Johnson. In
strumental solo; Miss Bertha Cadwell,
Logan, vocal solo; Miss F.leanor Mllllman,
txigan, Instrumental nolo; Mrs. R. ).'.
Booher, Logan, Instrumental solo,
THREE VAIL CITIZENS GET
DEN! SON, la.. Nov. 19.-(Siecial. Tha
town of Vail, located the next station
east of here on the Northwestern, Is much
stirred up over evidences that some one
Is trying the "Black Hand" to obtain
money from farmere. A letter was first
received by Andrew Harrington, south
enst of town, In which 11.000 was de-t
manded. The letter was found on hi
front porch and It waa told him to leave
Ihls sum on the porch on a certain night
or his property would be destroyed and
his daughter kidnaped. Later It was found
that a similar letter hsd been sent Wil
liam Harrington. A Mrs. Gallagher of
Vail was called upon to give up $200 under
K TV. Wit-
I Call y V J .Ha nfc2.aV A I TV T
Try This Today
PECANS IN JELLY
H cap wtt 4 cup ruir )rJc9
S t4V LOtilDf 4lMaT CUp lIUO
lt cu, t-u tvic.-y wiM
In Uttluttf wutaTfi sxid w4jw, muim aA kaw
U"?, uJlsC P(M Kaii Ca nnigluarfj Imo pmM
u I vliri Lwfinaitkc to art mnmstfm pn uuu
It nbout ui totut oirt. Wb4m mnm tvld tM ff
i.i4Hauaf JtHI. i tuii, cm 1 CutMtsV. ftcv
w ,u. wrJiout hipftd (riaav.
But to make sure of results,
you must use
Mlsa Fletcher was In attendance at ther'
teacners' convention In Omaha.
G. 8. Concannon of Het Springs, Ark.,
formerly with the Brown Park Bath
house, has accepted the position as man
ager with the Sulphur Bath house, oppo
site the postoftlce. Mrs. Concannon has
charge of the women's department.
A birthday dinner was given last Bun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Fletcher, Fortieth and 8 streets, In honor
of Mr. Fletcher's thirty-fifth birthday.
Only Immediate relatives were present.
Places were arranged for thirty-five.
The Utopia club was entertained Thurs
day at the home of Mrs. Morris Hinchey,
407 North Twenty-second street. Mrs. M.
Rafferty won the club prize at blirh-flve.
The guest prizes were won by Mesdames
Mark Culklr.g and O'Brien of Omaha.
Ten tables were placed for the players.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. I.averty. 1H19 C
street, entertained Informally at duplicate
whist Friday evening. 1'lac.es wPVe ar
ranged for Afr. and Mrs. John B. Ashe,
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Murdock. Mr. and
Mrs. C. Mooro and Mr, and Mrs. Laverty.
Mrs. C. H. Marling entertained at dinner
Saturday evening at her home, 824 North
Twenty-second street. P'ates were laid
for Mr. and Mrs. Homer O'Shea of
Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Chariot Olson. M.ss
Lenore Roeder and Sarn Buffard of Grand
After having conducted the house for
six years, Mr. and Mrs. L. .11. Greer
bow out the (ireer hotel Thursday last
to George Swanback, who will lienco
forth conduct the place. Mr. and Mis.
Greer expect to pay a visit to their
daughter, Mia. Stewart of San Francisco,
Cal., belore entering Into any new busi
We wish to express our heartfelt thanks
to the many kind friend and neighbors,
also to the Modern Woodmen of America
and Moose lodges, for the klndnes and
floral offerings during the Illness and
death of our beloved husband, father, Hon
una brother. Mrs. M. R. lxng and Chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Long, Mr. and
Mrs. D. O. Iong.
Mrs. A. I Lott, 1r., 1407 Emmet street,
entertained at bridge Friday evening,
link carnations and chrysanthemum,
were used as decorations. Three tables
of plnyers were present. The guest list
Included Messrs. and Mesdames Harry
Trumblv C. II Mnrllng, Fred Towf.
George Paf'doek, Mr. CI irk, MU.'es Eunice
Y nsor and Lenore Roeder of Grand Is
A most enjuvable surprise was tendered
Tuesday to Mrs. W. H. Hancock. &J4
North Twenty-second street, when a mini.
1'ir of friends, with lunoliex. irue to
spend the day with her. Mrs. Hancock
vas presented with a lovely hand-paluted
bonbon dish. Those present were:
Mrxdames X. Johnson, J. V. Chlsek, A.
D. Majors, J. N. Williams, W. Wlxle, J.
A. Martin, C A. Cllne. G. A. Heffner,
N. I leavers. J. L. Rhalnthols, T. A. 'i'rou
hrldgs, Harry Bennett and E. Burke,
Omaha, and Misses M. O. Jones and Mil
I .r,l bill -' ....Art hum in.ial
because weaker gelatine cannot
pi you the same results. Besides,
Kbox Cclat.ne is the most economical;
tor each package contains twa envel
opes of gelatine, the two making two
lull quarts of jelly.
Over 100 crhet faelprf fn dainty 4-lMrta
in otir It'Cii EVjfc, "Dalaf r Llnacru for
LiamlT Peon la," tit' tai yuuisoux'aaam.
hI lamflt lor -V Unmp uU groctr't sum.
CHARLES B. KNOX CO.
400 Kmox Aimh Jokiulowa, N. Y.
SMITH TELLS OF RUSH
AT THE HUDSON FACTORY
Ouy L. Smith returned from Detroit
last week. He aaM:
"I found the Hudson factory running
at full capacity and lso a corps of
workmen rushing tna construction of a
big new addition to the factory. Even
at this time of the year t'.tcy are rusthed
to fill the orders. 1 am confident that
i'jl-' la going to be the banner season.-
"The Hudson Motor Car company has
u reinarkablu factory and organization."
190S Martin Kern St Louis 638
1! Jack Hoibert', St. Louis 6(3
1910 Siemens, St. Joseph 04fl
1911 C. W Ashley, Kloux City 6o7
1900 Charles. Stokes, St. Louis 1.820
1910 Carl Staff, Des Moines 1,803
1811 Charles Collier, Chicago l.ttai
All records of the middle weat that were
established previous to last year's tourna
ment were either tied or broken, and It
Is the opinion of many of the experts
that on account of the large entry list
that the?a records are again In danger
of being beaten.
President Strots and Secretary Weber
feel greatly encouraged over the prospects
of a successful tournament, as the com
mercial Interests of the tournament city
are giving a helping hand wherever
needed and anybody who attends the
meet will bo mora than glad that they
went, whether winning tt bit of the prize
money or not.
That some people are natural bowlers
just as they are ball players, foot bi.ll
players and fighters Is proven by the fact
that San Antonio Is harboring one of the
cleverest pin artists known In any part
of the country, in Martin J. Irwin, who,
since ho broko Into the game only abut
five months sgo, has established a new
ten-pin as well as seven state records.
That the bowling of Irwin Is nothing
short of phenomenal Is conceded by all
the old hands of ths game In that section
of the country. Ills flist game was shot
on May 20, of this year, his Initial efforts
were not productive of any new records,
but since that time he has rolled two
perfect scores of SCO each. In a series
of games bowled Intermittently since June
he has an average of 272, In aeries of
ten consecutive games bowled on August
2S, he secured an average of 206.
His best performances since starting
has been, June 18, 278; June. 23, S00; June
30, 299; July 2, 2J, July 8, 270; July 11, 2j;
August 11, 21S; August 12. 297; August 22,
rJS; August 2S, 237, and on August 29, ten
games averaging 'Ml Irwin has preserved
an score aneeis ana nas witnesses to
each game which huve placed their signa
The Metx Bios., et:tublished a new sea
son record 'In high total for a series by
putting up a soore of 2,991 In lat week's
match. This Is the second time this sea
son that they have Bhot on alleys jCos.
4 and 5, commonly known as tho Mets
Home, so most anything Is to bo expected
of them on 'these runways from i;ov on.
This team has been entered in all the
events at the midwest and will leave hero
on the afternoon of Derumbor 9 to shoot In
the flve-mon event at 10 o'clock that
night, and the singles and doubles on
Hinds UT. IHT,
Ueoce F. F. ..(Cap.) Dunnln
Referee: Campbell. Umpire: Mat Cram
of David City. Field Judge: Charles Mc
Beth. Head linesman; Ballanger.
LE A. Hills
Conley and Rivers
Get Draw Decision
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Nov. 1.-Frankle
Conley of Kenosha, Wis., and Joe Rivers
of Los Angeles fought twenty fast
rounds to a draw at Vernon today.
Referee Eyton's decision was cheered
and hissed lntermlttlngly for several min
utes, but In the end tt was accepted ai
the only possible one by a majority of
the D.OuO spectators.
Conloy matched his gamcness and abll
Ity to assimilate punishment against the
cleverness and strength of Rivers and
from the outset tried to rush the local
boy off his feet. With lowered head and
thrashing arms he met Rivers in the tat
ter's corner ut the opening of every
round. Then ensued a series of rallies.
In which the pair traded punch for punch.
Rivers, by diligent use of a straight j
left, opened up an old cut on Conley's
eye In the early rounds. In these rounds
ho had a plight lead, but uuer the
twelfth Conley's aggressiveness evened
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Now our agencies dot the earth. Our
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Defeats York High
YORIC. Neb., Nuv, 19. (Special.) Yes- J
terday afternoon the Lincoln Academy
defeated tho York High school by the I
score of 8 to ti. Lincoln Academy scored
a safety In tho second quarter. Score, I
t In A In tlir. third rillnrter t.lni'filn ni i.li, I
a touchdown nnd Froid of York scored
a touchdown. The lineup:
LINCOLN ACAI. !
Gnllriitly ICK. L.1C.
Meier U-T. L.T..
Hurhon It.O.I L.G.
Anderson-Kruse. .C.l 1 .
Cmui L.G.I K G.
Harney .. .
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Referee: McFarland. Field judge
Don.ild. L'mplre: Wcwtover.
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and bowels art right. 20c. For sale by
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That IVHade RS DSivanill.ee ram
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