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.ILIA !H, 1L4.
NO SURPRISES IN GOLF PLAY : BASIS 0F BBS' xjslx heats are NECESSARY PRISON WARDEN ARRESTED
; HOPES. ,
mii iusjs. OMAHA,
R. B. Martin o Hammond. Ind.,
Triads Field at Grand Rapids.
HIS SCORE IS SEVENTY-TWO
i Such is Case in Four of Six Grand ! Fight Against Use of Iowa Convict
! Circuit Events. Labor Grows Aoutc.
Ilnlph Vetera In Forefront lth
HeTCitj-Kotir nml Olhrr Oninhn
1lne Atnonu Ihr
KNT COL NTRV CLUB, Grand Kaplds,
Mloh.. July if. Battllns: from dawn until
dual; through all kinds of weather.
golfers from tho middle west, the south. ;
far nest and Canada competed yc5terda '
In the elimination round of the western
amateur sole championship tournament.
Hisre. wero practically no surprises. .Ml I
rtf the favoritoa finished nmonc the low- ;
i!ll f4 mnm-AV. wthn tnmAil 1,1 filarial BfAmt I
R. H. Martin of. Hammond. Ind.. led the
record breaking field with a card of TI.
H- va? followed by the famous Chlcaso
Pair. "Clilck" Bvons and Hubert A.
J;i:dno; each of whom i-ompVted the
itxhteen holes In "J.
The fclxly-four golfers who made the
twit e-ioeo will compcto tomorrow after
r.ooi'-ln . th-i qualification round of
eishte'!i lilies. The thirty-two who re-t-jrjr.
tu; 'lowest" medal scores, for the.
tlrf.rty-slv holes of arctlmlimry piny the
eMminattor. and ouallflcatio:) rounfis will
1ee paired oft and will bet-in matin play
lomt 1 tlnna Unit.
ProbWy never In the history of ama
teur golf In America were contestants
obliged to play under mora feurfu! con
tlitlona than those which visited the hilly
'Jvont course today. The ur. wu3 rfiinliifr
Mlten the first few pairs started away
.from tho club house. Later the sky be
ettrio overcast, lightning flashed and
thunder roared. Then the ralu roll l:i
torrents until tnld-afternoon when the
neather rlea-red nimln.
Under thot-e conditions below 75 wetel
Martin's medal card was:
Out ..." 4 :i 4 5 3 4 .-. 5 SC.
in- 4 U S 4 C G S 4 43772
' Xjkte In ' the afternoon Captain Adrian
Anson, the old time ball player, staggered
toward the eighteenth hole. Ulsi drive
was satisfactory, but his approach shot
oer the last green and "Pop" finished
Ills round of championship competition
wlCtx a card of I.
Scores of Survivors,
Tho following scores were made by the
survivors In the elimination round;
fa ' '
MAJOR ONG WINS TWO-FIFTEEN j CITY FASSES AN ORDINANCE
Tnken l.nM Three Monte A f trr ( t'oinifll Mnko It Mllriu(ii)inr for
MncUn, linn Won First ami the Wnrili-ii n IV.rmlt tVurvlrU
M-rooil ninl VIo-t Pointer j to Work A n'nhrrf In.
Third fori Mnitlaun.
; DKTHOIT. MWu, Ji.v li.-Ot the four
i events on intd of yesterday's tlrnnd .'Ir
! rult opening two required six heAls .-nch
i to decldo th winner, one rsco went ono
extra heat and the fourth was won In
; straight heats.
(From a Staff CorresiKindc nt i
DKS MOINHS, July JS.-iHie Ul Tele
gram.) Tho flaht between thr stato of
Iowa and the city officials olf I'ort Madi
son over tho right of tho st.tto to make
some uko of Its convict labor outride the
r.. a t 1 1 M.aL'sk 1,1.1
.n w.o . ...... """I prison walls Is becoming acute md today
T.on two boats and te w I olntcr he , a npv Iii(wo wRg rfWrt0(1 .rhr c,t
third. Major Ong. who had been l Mini. . collnl.1, ,,, ad Rn ,hm , muk
i fast end stronc In second position, cuntfi . ,. .... , . ... .......
I . " . ti.ww. Wvrent a "ll!,l,enMiiior ror me waruci-i to per
In the last round. In which Major Ong
tho convicts to work any vher In
i Port Manlson and under this i egulntlon
Z --ft. Jl
U. 13. Martin, Hammond, Ind..
Charles iJvans, Jr., Kdgowutcr
IX A. Ciardnot, Hinsdale
Italpli Peters, Omaha
V. J'. AIIIh. I. 1. I.. Milwaukee.
J W. Hubbell, Des Moines 74
41. S. Lyon, Lumbton, Toronto 75
Willlnm HHiinliimi-h. Onrfleld o
Jack Neville, Claremont, Oakland
Carl Devol, ntverslde. Chicago
How-ard Walton, Champaign
F. II. Blossom, Midlothian. Chicago.
.1. L. Miller Whcaton. Chicago
Phil Stanton, Kent, Grand Itaplds....
.1 D. Standlsh, Jr.. Detroit 1
IJ. F. Sawyer, Whenton
W. li: Oardner, Jr., Buffalo
IW. C. lllbberd, ftlehmond, lild
It -V. Hunter. Mldwlck. Pasadena....
:l. O. Cady. Kock Island
K. P. Edwards. Midlothian
V. Chatfleld Taylor. Onwentsla
Xorman'T. Faunce', Garfield
t' L. Weems, Qtilncy, 111
.!. K. Bole. Mayfleld, Cleveland
Itnvvrtonil RunRell Detrnlt
' Harold Weber. Toledo.. i T.. 79
r raser iiuie, cugewan'r
JJ. A. Limberg, Pt. Louis.. rlAi,...
U I. Bredln, Detroit.. t.-.-
V-A., Blossom, Kxmoorv Vhicago.-.
J4 L. Orlnnellj-Kent-
.iHoward Blee. Detroit . .
Perry Adair, Atlanta
ti. B. Douglas. -Midlothian. ..
It 'Mark well, Iako Shore, Chlcag.3....
DeWitt Batch, Cincinnati i
John O. Heyburn. Louisville
T. W. Hunter. Detroit w
J. C' LcdUc. Kdgewater h
(5. S. Patterson, Flossmoor. 111.. ....
.1. U Carleton. Glen Kcho, St. Iouis.
Albert Calm, sr., Omaha
1 n. Tnlbott. Evanston. Ill.t.j- t
K II. Bankhard. Jr.. Midlothian, 81
W. H. Lnneford. Olen Oak. CliloaKO M
W. . Fox, Kent 82
Xoak Dixon, lllnl. BprlngfleH.. 82
W. J. Koye, Omaha 82
Albert Peckel. Hlverside. .. .. hi
Cordon Yule. Kenosha, Wis-... S2
F W. Ielghton, South Shore 82
.1 A. Mudd. Jr., Beverly. Chicago.. 82
D F. Edjnunds. St Louis..-. 82
D. H. Mudge, St Paul 82
L R. Mnnger, Dallas 82
S W. rteynolds. Omaha , 82
R. V. Hodge, Evanston Kansas .City.., 83
A. M. Parry. Indianapolis 83
r, B. Kelsey. Kent..... S3
W. D. Mahoncy. Bevorly .'. S3
F. U Douglas, Wheaton S3
.1. W. Hughes, Omaha 83
A R. Hlnklpy. Blue 'Mound.iMilwaukee. S4
K A. Hlgglns. Omaha W
Ray Low, Omaha, 84
R. C. Oartz. Pa.sudena 31
ncra never hud more than a
Ortolun Axworthy, finishing
Miss Perfection In the first heat ot tho
sweepstakes for 2:12 trotters, tcok tho
next In a fine driving finish. The third
was a procession, with Ortolan Axworthy
always In front.
llrlnUN Dill IW-xt TIiiip.
Tommy Murph nVer was In great
halt length bcen P,aCcl1 arul U. Now
I the farmers living- In tho vlcln Ity hav
behind I l,cn nol,flt,J "f a boycott on thcli produc
in vort .Maaison ir they maK at.y use or
convict labor on the fiirinsi i paper
company which uses largo iusji titles of
. trav has given notice to tho formers
I It will not buy of any who usu convicts
j in n way.
Will HriiiH llm'U K.cnpvtl Mnn.
danger with Walter Cochnto In the " ..ic-vinuBiiiy oi me -namiva
pace though the first two heats were rj was i um nov wuy
i ,..e with Flower Direct contending nil ! ccurc requisition to bring buck from
. the way. Tho i-econd neat ot mis rncu
. brought out the best time of the day. the
last linlf bclntr covered In n:4 awl tho
final quarter of tho third neat in u.w.
Grand Island. Neb., one Frank -.lohnsun.
tho man who run away from tho con
vict camp at Ames a week ago. Johnson
was said to have come from Mehnisku
Grand Marshal fought a game dsuic io i "ui wn rrni m rom
win the third, fourth and sixth heats o I Harlnn for attempting to break oral enter
. . , r i . I A ...... r.. . . . . ... .
the S:0S trot. Tommy Horn iook me nrsi - . u. r). state ooIlrKC. nt Am A(ter ,mVnp
two heats and Reuseo-. last yesr's Mer- of th0 fact he had a short time to serve J , RrUnaW rom Anir ,I8 tooU
or the Iowa rnilroRd eommiselnner be
cause of th. lattcrs attitude during the
recent lnteri.ate Commerce commission
hearing on -fitdght rales
Thome cross-examined rallitmd mag
nates nnd Minwcd where tho flgutes as to
road earnUigs were wrong. Krb took
Thornc to task. The lattir in a letter to
Krh ilMlared that he had participated In
the hearing nt the tequest of leading com
iiioitIhI orxaulsntloiik of Iowa.
LIEUT. 0TT0SEN AND MISS
REDFIELD TO BE MARRIED
FOUT DODGK. Is.. July '.-tPpec lal.l
Annonncx'nient of tho 'envngemunt of
Ueutennnt lter Ottosvn. on of Mr. anil
Mrs Otto Oltoscn of this city to Miss
Ksthe.r HwlfV-ld of fenttle. niece of Wil
liam C. I'edlleld. secret aiy of commerce
In President Wilson's cahlnet, has been
Lieutenant Ottoscn left Manila. V. 1 ,
July IB on a short leave of absence and
will be married ns snon as he an Ives In
The 'ligagemenl of the young etniple li
the result of their uniting nt Fort Ward,
e submarine station of which I.leutennnt
Ottoscn had chnrgo for several months.
11 Is located rwm- Seattle When Lieu
tenant Oltosen was at Fortress Monroe
last yesv Miss ltJfleld visited him on
roule for lim-ope .
Tho vo.mg Fort DodRer. who 1ms won
a Brattle society belle. Is a graduate of
1 the local high school and of the Iowa
Wisconsin Lake Resorts
There are hundreds of charming Jake resorts in
Wisconsin and Upper Michigan that offer a
refuge from the city's heat and dirt. Suminer
life at these resorts is most enjoyable. There
is every form of recreation to be enjoyed
fishing, boating, yachting, bathing, golffng
and other sports and pastimes.
The vnst outing region of Wisconsin and Northern Michigan
is served to its remotest parts by the lines of the
Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railroad fares and hotel rates nrc low train service
is frequent and excellent.
Drscriptive literature giving hotels and their ratra. rail
road fares snd other useful Information free on request.
CltyTlcket Office! 1.117 Tarnam St., Omaha
W 1C DOCK. City Paaaengrr Agent
. NEW YORK. July 2S.-ln their strong
bottle for tho Federal pennant the Brook
lyn Federals nro depending oh Tom Sea
ton, the former Philadelphia player, to
bear the brunt of the burden In the pitch
er's box. Beaton is coming strong and
If the Brooklyn team docs come out on
top will probably have tho honor of pitch
ing tho most of the games in the first
chants and Manufacturers -sunncr. xnu
! On tomorrow s card ntc the Chumber o,
Commcrco $...000 stsKe lor cms"
pacers, tho pace, 2:1S trot nnd 2-13
trot, the last three named having s value
of 11.030 each, summary
Pacing. '!"8 purse S1.A thtee In
I Major Ong. l. g. by .Major
! rjnHt fMurnhvl - 3 I 1 I
Ella Mackny. hlk. m. i;; ? ;!
View Pointer, b. I. (Slalghtl 4 3 1 2 ?- 2
! J. C. Patchen. blk. g. Mlendersoin:
Nelda Schnell, b. m. (Gnrrlson): nine
Dlrectoi. br. g. (Valentlncj, and I-lect A.
t-.itinH u r. iiiAri.vV Isn started.
.AV,: V.rcsr --IC1. 2:('i. 2:IIU.
Tickets on Sale
for Booster Game
Tickets have been -placed on sale for
tho big Boosters' day ball game at
Rourke park, August 7. tho proceeds of
v hlch have been, offered by Pa Rourke
for entertaining delegates to the conven
tion of the National Association of Pro
fessional H.-iec Ball Managers, to be held
Here in Novembor.
Thousands of fans aie expected to make
a special effort to attend the Boosters'
day game. The "Omaha team will, not
only be back on tho home lot In fine form, .
but also promises an extra good game,
becauro ot the .occasion. The Omaha pub
licity bureau, which secured the conven
tion of bnll magnates for Omaha, is
handling the plans for Boosters' day,
with Commissioner. Robert Manlvy.of .the
Commercial club ln charge of tho ticket
sale now. In place of n. V.; Parrlsh of
the bureau, who Is jow on his vacation.
The cigar stands at tile Paxton and
Rome hotels now have the tickets for
sale, and other places will have them next
Fine Play Seen in
. Longwood Finals
Charles Evans, Jr.,
.. Leads Golfers
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.. July 28. With
scores of 73 and 74 In the elemlnatlon and
qualifying rounds respectively, Charles
Hvans, Jr., of Bdgewater, Chicago, led
the golfers today in the thirty-six holes
ot medaX.plSLy which, started the Western
Amateur Golf -championship tournament.
Robert A. Gardner. Chicago, finished -next
with 119. The Chicago men were the only
plaverV-whose cards -were tetter thsp 1L0.
.1. Wx Hubbell of Des Jfolties. after play
ing brilliantly u"l today, nlshed the
ius.llflca.tlcm holes in 39 and. his .ISa shut
him out or tn-matcn piay. i-erry jvaair,
the Atlanta youngster, could not do bet
ter than S this forenoon, giving him a
nrjdal total of 1S.
Tho first' round of match play began
In the jnldfTJe o( the afternoon.
U. E. Hunter, Pasadena, Ralph
Peters. Omaha, ltfi; J. D. Cady. Rocl;
Island. 1GD; Albert Cohn. Omaiia, 1T0; TV. j ments kept Ord from scoring. Tbls makes
BOSTON. July 28. -Finals In the long
wood singles and -the eastern doubles
championship tournament today brought
out the finest tennis of tho week. Maurice
.TJ. Mclaughlin of San Francisco. T. R.
Pell and Karl Bohr of New 3'ork winning;
the two events, respectively.
R. Llndley Murray drove McLougulIn to
the top of his game and, although the na
tional champion won In straight sets, fi-3,;
0-1 9-7, thc.young player ,waS twjee vithln'
OyPoInt of capturing. the, third qet. J
Pell and Behr also t scored a three-set
victory overJxhfi former national .chanvi
plons. H. H. 'Ilackett and 'F. -B. Alexan
der, as the result of Behr's brilliancy in
the first set" anil "Pell's steadiness in the
other two, the scores being C-5, 6-4, 7-3.
Mcl.oughllii fll remain over tomorrow
to play William M Johnston, also of San
I'ranelsco, in the challenge match for the
GREELEY DEFEATS ORD
AFTER AN EXCITING GAME
GREELEY CENTER, Neb.. July 2S.
Bpecial Tolegram.)Grce!ey defeated
Ord Sunday in one of the most exciting
games ever played on the Ord diamond,
fireeley winning by a desperate batting
rally In the ninth, driving in four runs
on a walk, and four hits. Errors by the
Greeley club put Holland In many tight
holes, and good pitching at critical mo-
J. Foye, Omaha, 17C: a w. Reynolds,
Omaha, 162: J. W. Hughes. Qrmaha. 169.
Omaha Tennis Lads
Arthur Scribneri and Herbert Davis of
the Omaha galaxy, ot .tennis stars -who
Invaded pes .Molncs toiplay in the Iowa
state tournament now'ln progress at that
city, sbrvlveditho early rounds and are
proving themselves to be contenders for
the Iowa title. ..C.uthjxsrt JPotter,, Joe Ad
ams and Robert McCague, all ot whom
wero entered, were Tunable to go to Des
Moines., so their matches were defaulted.
John Hanlgherr ard Barl Krantz from
Omaha wre defeated by. Iowa players.
Scrlbnr defeated Fred W. Hubbell. one
of the Des Moines cranks. 6-(, ,6-1. and
by so doing maide jiimself one oC the fa
vorites. Dayls 'worked his yayf Into thf
third round by trimming John Wallace,
another Des ' Moines favorite, S-6. C-0, In
the second round..
Krantx won his first round match, but
lest In the second. round, while Hanlghen
ns eliminated by Amos -Houser. Cedar
rcifjetrlr, Brand, " hiner7 7
Sure relief for Indigestion, ly'rppif a,
liter and kidney complaints. Gives ap
P'tlte. adds tone to system. Srtc and. 11
All druggists. Advertisement
0 I (I 0 (I 1 0 47 IS h
Ord 0 0 0 Z 0 2 0 0 18 9 a
Two-base hits: Greeley, 3; Ord. 2. Bases
on balls: Off Holland. 4; off Castle, 3.
Struck out: By Holland. 9: by Castle. JU
Stolen 'bases: Greeley, 9: Ord. 2. Batter
ies: Greeley, Holland and Dame; Ord.
Castle and Smith. Umpire: Rich and
Time. 2:04W. 2:C8?i. 2.VIU.
" Thr'ee-venr-old sweepntakcs for 2:12 trot
ters, $sod added, two In three:
Ortolan Axworthy, b. c, by Ax-
worthy (McDonald).. . ... .......... - J J
Miss Perfection, b. f. (Deeilder)... 1 2 4
W. J. I.eyburn. br. c. (McCarthy)., h 3 2
Hollyrood, b. f. .tDodge): St. Frisco,
b. c. tOeers). and Knthryn Lollctt. br. r.
(Cox), also started.
Time. 2:0OVi. 2:0Si. !:10'4- .
Pacing, 2.0 class, purse Jl.vbO, throo in
Walter Cochato. blk. h.. by Cochnto
FlowP Direct, 'b.' tii. (Whitciiea'd).. 2 2 2
Pickles, h. m. (Jacltson)......... ---- J 3 3
Harry the Ghost, g. g. (.Slnlght)... 8 4 4
Time. 2:06, 2:02, 2:04i.
Trotting. 2:0S class, purse J1.C60. three
Grand Marshal, blk. g., by
Kss H. Kay (Snow). 4 .1 I 1 o 1
Tommy Horn. b. g. (Owen). 1 1 2 J 2
Heusens, ch. g. (Geors)...... 5 p 3 1 a
Omar. b. e. (Floyd); I.ady Ornttan.
ch. in. (Cox), nnd Oakdale. gr. g. (Mc-
DaSSl?: Jt.!:H. 2:11. MW
New Shamrock is
Fine Sea Craft
HORTA, Fayal. Azores. July 28. Sham
reck IV. Sir Thomas Upton's new dial
Kngci" for the America's cup. arrived
hero today, having taken seven days and
three hours for the voyage from Fal
mouth. England. According to those on
board, the would-be lifter of the Inter
national trophy proved Itself an excellent
sea bout. In hnrd flows It took the big
seas like a duck and slipped through tho
water with great ease.
Itnmlnlph Snowed Under.
LAUREL,. Neb.. July 28. (Special Tele
gram.) laurel defeated Randolph here
today, 20 to 4. Batteries: Busch, Hlnlte.
Courtney and Tift for Randolph; Ander
son and Depew for Laurel. Randolph's
three pitchers allowed fourteen hits,
walked nine and struck out eight. Ander
son allowed five hits, walked four and
struck out seven.
' Pleniiutou Win.
PMJASANTON, Neb., July 2?. (Spe
cial.) Plcasanton won from Litchfield
yesterday In a poorly played game, 11 to
13. Score: R.H.E.
Litchfield .00106040 0-11 14 U
Pleasanton ..40203202 -13 15 5
Batteries: Pleasanton, Glenn and
Frame: IJtchfleld, Myers nnd Gowln. 1'm
ptror: Noyea and Peterson.
Miners Propose to
Expel Butte Mayor
DENVER. Colo., July 23, A proposal
to recommend the' expulalon of Mayor
L. B. Duncan of Butte, Mont., from' the
socialist party resulted in a spirited, de
bate In t he Western. Federation of
Miners here today.
The suggestion was Included In the re
port of a Bpcclal committee appointed
to Invebtlgate the recent Butte labor
disturbances, and particularly the charge
satd to have been made by Duncan that
President- Charles H. Moyer. of the
federation asked Governor S. V. Stewart
to send troops to Butt for li's protec
tion. The committees report cleared .Muyer
of the charge, quoting, among others,
Governor Stewart with tho statement
.that Mercer had asked for protection but
not for troops. The debate centered
around a motion to strlko from the re
port recommendation that Duncan be ex
pelled from the socialist party.
it was tuought tie would be it good mun
to trust out In the camp, twit he ctsild
not resist temptation to get tin ay.
TIim warden reports that he has tho
usual number ot men at work In tho '
stone quarries and a tew on the farm. I
Tho state has not succeeded very well la j
giving away its crushed atone to eotin- 1
tics for road work, but ha an nbundtuico (
of stone to offer
Will rll (iavcnior'a Squnrr.
The state, executive council today, se
cured complete blue prints of tho platting
of Govornoi's square, which tx U be soldi
In lots for residence purposes. Theie. wui
n story to the effect that the stale did
not have an unqualified title to the lanil
In the square, but tho dncdn wero In
vestigated today and It was .found tlvny
aro all strnlght warranty dcctls with no
reservations. The state has owned the
land for near fifty years and held It for
a residence, for tho governor, but no 3eg
Islututo has over appropriated foe a
building und It would be entirely unstilted
to that purpose.
Ail vrtlsern Are Cnlleil Dmvn.
The secretary of tho State Board of
Health has demanded of certain break
fast food makers at Battle Orqok: that
they Immediately stop making uno .of his
portrait and an alleged endorsement of
their food, or rather of their special
packaging of tho food, In advertlHcments,
and threatens trouble for the advertisers
unless they stop. A letter from the maker
of the pioduct seems to Indicate that
they have been deceived by some' enter
prising ndvertlMng agent and thai they
hud really supposed that an endorsement
was secured from the secretary, which
was made.-the basis of the advertisements
The stato executive council is finishing
up Its ussessmont and taxation work by
having figured out the changes needed In
,V number !
'examination a: Fort Leavenworth and
secured his 'ommlaslon
Mlm Ttaltteld Is the daughter of the
president nf the Metripolltnn bank of
Seattle and It prominent socially
BRYAN CUTS CHlUTAUQUA
DATE AT FORT DODGE
FORT DODGE;. la.. July 2.-(Speclsl (
Robert '"ouslrts open the Fort Dodue ,
chuiitauqua August 16 In ploco of Secre- '
tary W. J. Bryan, who regrets he cannot
come. It looks as though Bryan would
have to cut out some ot his Chautauqua
trips, Judging by letters received here.
Senator A. n. Cummins In letter to ;
Floyd Douglas, secretary of the Chnu- I
tnuqita association, sayr he thinks con- ,
gloss will adjourn about September 1'!
nnd that the iintl-trust bills will bo de
bated contlnuoualy until decided upon
Congresmaii Maurice Connolly, demo
cratic opponeait of Senator Cummins, has
written front Wellington that he will he
Vnlii Cotllalou lit (Jrlmvolil.
GIll8VOLn. la.. July 2R. (Special. i
Sunday evening at about S o'clock Clint
Cocklln's automobile collided with one
driven by a man from Elliott. Just before
tho two cars, met a third cur passnl Mr.
Cocklln and the dust which arose was so
dense thnt the two drivers wero unable
to see each other and the collision re-
suited. Mr. Cocklln wus thrown with con
siderable force Into the windshield and
Ills left arm was severely gashed. The
other occupant .of . Mr. Cocklln's car,
Greek laborer, was thrown from the car
nnd his arm was irut out of place. The
driver of the other car was tdlghtly In
jured. Both cars were badly wreckPd.
to be Ideal, mutt include,
. bcaldts satisfactory destination, a
rout. Tn rrf.mil
nt rMBtjtat onffi thft Orina Trunk
elaltrof fKM-sllcd 'elrclstoura.'; .ThMO rrotMo
I Trunk hfui niidA a en-
n..u-l ,.Mnu a. (r(B u tifirl. nf vhlr.h la renAAt.!. Thn nn.
Ilnnl,, mv.. nn. and fa-fuma annthar. anT al.A nil takll Kalvan
Uaonf UraaitTrnnklraaatnn-oninfnrlnfiinenilraaMe.trlpa. Uplandl-l
puortunur 10 aaa moit oiuii in.unirj minimum iiham.
The rata Ihfi rf a t Ion UU reontrr nf Indiana, threnf h Ontario In Toronto from
niuh tba illiblandint Ontarlnand aliiakqkalAkra ara rrarl.a.1 limfawbourat
than. If dfairad, either tha dcent of t
l.awrrnpa ilWar lhmuU lha
HARLAN, 3a., July
2S. (rlneclal.) Carl
personal property assessment. A number j Kn..d.on fornl... rcMpn, f this
of tho counties will have to be changed ' county. was. brought here from Hartlng
materially. The equulUatlon can only be . tnn N.., V(,.tpP1av .... sheriff Mc
on a charge of wife deifcrtlon.
. . . i. i
on ciasHCS oi yrvyvtiy, uui, uirim tm.uSpo Mnhon
will result in some increase in me ioiai KnUdon loft.hero about four years ago
of values In tho state on which the state , nfUr hu w,fp ,mJ glvcn ,,,rth t0 a nKle
tax Is levied. The railroad valuations- will j t,nd ft pR,r of twn. nn(1 trlo of trtplct
not bo materially" changed from lost year. , nDmlt lx yenrs- Nothng was done as
Thn tax levy of 2.9 mills will be made j to apprehending Knudson until two
thin year, though there was some nope , wrelB ago, when his wlfo was notified
Lachlua llai'ld tij tmat. or i. rail dlrart to Manlraal (lda trip to gualnt
Oufkar) tnano tbrauah ina wntta tlountajna to rottland or Ikwtnn. Or
ir daalrcn alaamor Dtar be u.M rortlandto lioiina aa van ltoaton n
tnrnuan the iblaa valley 10 iiacara rain, turn
. ThalUonlTonaoInrar alahtr nrandTrnnketrclot'
;ll 'llllllV tnv imv .1 .'ninl l-.M.v IwwibUt flBrrll,iBir anrl n
In! far nor for tba mgney tban rou can poaaiblr obtain slasnBer.
ITprk. Iban up. tnrnuan the
Irnttandhnma, ThatUonlronaoInrar atiht
fc.Nl) 'JOLUV for upeelal "Olrc-U Tour" Uoo!
J. D. McDONALD, Ant. Cca. Past.
1 Agt.v Grand Trunk Ky. System,
1IZ W. Adams Street.
Chicago, III. gitrT r
Itc.it ret Absence of Nelirnskana.
Members of the Iowa National Guard
regret that the order was made cancelling
the'prevlous orders as to an encampment
of two regiments of the Nebraska Na
tional Guard with the Iowa guard next
week. It had been anticipated that with
the fifty or more organisations from Iowa
and those from Nebraska the maneuvers
would be tho most extensive uver held
In the statu. Even as It Is there will be
a larger number of the Iowa guardsmen
on hand than ever before at one time,
because the recent flurry In Mexico re
sulted In the filling up of tho Iowa com
panies to the maximum. Tho camp will
be held at tho state grounds near Des
Molens and will constitute the usual an
nual Iowa maneuvers,
Thome Itrpllr to Critics.
Clifford Thorno has sent a scathing
reply to Newman Kib to a criticism made
that he was suing for a
divorce In Ne-
I-lilKurn Will Me.et In llurlnii,
. HARLAN. la., July 2J.-(8pcclal.)The
Western Iowa Editorial association -will
mnet here some time In August. A meet
ing will be held In Council Bluffs Boon
for the purpose of setting a date. Ar
rangements hove been made by the Com
mercial club und the local newspapers
for entertaining the editors. It Is expe ctcd
that several men prominent In news
paper circles will be here as speakers.
Autti TnKi'n Loud; l.cnp,
HOT RPntlNGP. S. r., July 2.-(8p.
clal.) A touring car belonging to Dr. L.
E. Eaton of this city ran nway Hunday
nnd lumped oft the top of a high cliff
along Fll Rlwr canyon, knocking down
a long public stairway. Only the running
gear was Injured by its 200-foot leap. Dr.
Katrm recently moved heir from Sturgls,
RESULTS OF SIXTH ROUND
OF CHESS TOURNAMENT
Thomas K. Wright and Miss Lucy B.
Allder. both from Lincoln, Neb., were
.united In marriage at noon by the Rev
R. II Houseman at his home. Ills South
.Thirtieth avenue. Mr. Wright Is with the
A. D. llcnway Furniture company ot the
MANNHEIM, -j July.vai.-In .the slxtn '
round of the. international chess toums-
ment, today Bogojubow, Breyer. Tarrasch. j
Fahrnl. John .and Jaaowskl defeated i
Carls. Flamberg, Post, Duras. Tartskower '
and .Alechlno. reapectlvely. Drawn games
were recorded between Mleses and ICrue-
ger. Vldmara and Marshall and Rett and i
The leading scores:, Spielinann, 6; -Machine
and Vldmar.. esch Bogojubow)
and Rett, each 4: Janowskl. Marshall and
Tarrasch. each SH- '
Hearer lllr Units Norton.
BEAVER CITY. Neb.. July 28."(rpe
clal Telegram.) Norton -was defeated' by
the BeaVer City Boosters m the loeal
grounds this afternoon by tho se.fr of
S to 3. ' Orr .starred for BeaVer City,
retting three hits Including ahome run
TCoiton 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0-S
Heaver Clf 2(,l00',oaS
BatteHes Patton and JJUrdock. Kent
field, it. Warner and Warner
4 It Is Cool
and there are many tnings to fill vacation days.
Sailing, .Canoeing, Swirnmin,g -in quiet, safe waters.
Fishing in the "bright waters" of Indian days.
Tennis, arid bracing walks through beautiful country
in a delightful summer climate.
Excellent hotels are scattered throughout this region,
also boarding houses and fine camping grounds.
And, if desired, you may own your own island.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
takes you there through the most extensive fishing
country in a)l America,
Direct connections at Toronto by the new, Quick, time-
saving throueb-service from Detroit on the
Michigan, ventral Canadian Pacific.
For further particulars call or write for Booklet No. Its
Geo. A. Walton, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept.
224 S. Clark St Opp. jw om Chicago
Tal.phcoa WsUah StOO
"The Scenic Route of Eastern America"
CORRESPONDINGLY low fare round trip
tickets to Boston and the Jersey Coast
Resorts variable routes long return limits.
Tickets on sale June 1st to September 30th.
It's a trip of delight every mile of It a constant unfolding
of mountain and meadow, with orchards in fruit, and the
restful green of forest foliage rivers sparkling in the sun
and a oWy as jewel-blue as that of Italy.
Whether on business or visiting, make a pleasure trip of
it. Save expense money by tba low round trip fares.
The Intents! Special Laavea Oilcan 1 1 a. in. Magnificent elsp
trlcllghttd ateel train with modern eoachea. Drawing-room and
compartment sleeping cars snd observation sleeping care.
Tha New YaW Umll.d Learee Chicago 6i4S p. m. Splendid alee-trie-lighted
ateal train with modern coaches, drawing-room alee ping
cars and observation parlor cart.
Tba Washington .New York Expreee Laavea Chicago 8 a.m. Bteel
drawing-room aleeplng cara to New York. Coaches to Wsehlng ton.
Night Expr.ii Laaree Chicago 9;30 p. m. Steel drawing-room
aleeplng cars to New York. Coaches to Waihlngtoa.
All trains leave Orsnd Central Station, Fifth Ave. and Harrlaon Be
II. C. 8TROHM. Traveling Paasanger Agent,
II Woodmen of the World Dullding, Omaha, Nab
Baltimore & Ohio
"Oar pasitngcr aT our guettt"
Take It This Summer
f"Oto the beautiful White River
country the land of "The
Shepherd of the HilU" a stream
snd mountain paradise where lovers of the
treat out -door I nnd keenut enjoyment.
Uotr-imttnt on Lmkt Tamycm
Immim-WhHtRiemr Float Trip
UnJtrgrounJ Tour, Marvtt Cass
FUhtnj, Mowing, Cunottng
Vscatkm'i pleasures for every fancy
accoromocUUsni to not every purse.
RMchd ajulaUr, caamnlantlr. via tha
Traveling I'assensrer Aaeat
T. F. SODFlU3y
flea. Aa-ent Pass Dept.
1423 Paraua Bt
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