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1HK I'.KK: OMAHA. SATl UDAV. NKi'TKM YvM r l!Ul.
HEW YORK CLUB IS WINNER
Carriei Off Amateur Athletic Cham
pionship at Baltimore.
FIFTY-FIVE POINTS ITS SCORE
IrlsaAnierlcan ef Paine llty Second,
with Tnflr.Kinr Smtm .
A. Third, nllh Trrrnt)
BALTIMORK. Sept. II. -The New York
Athletic club won the champ. onship wltn
a score of f iftv-flvc points. The No v
Tork Irish-American Ath.ctlo club was
second with twenty-four Points; Ronton
Athletic association third, twenty points;
Boston Irlsh-Amcrlcan Athletic ciu'o
ffurth. sixteen point, and Chlraco Ath
letic association fifth, with fifteen .-mints.
As U customary at American Athletic
union championships, points were scot e l
Five points for first place; three for
second, two lor third snd one for fourth.
4Vyard hurdle championship: H.
Pchaaf. Irish-American Athletic, Ne'.v
York, first: W. K. Fret-bursei, ttiiltir.icr-'
Young .Men's Christian association, sec
ond; F. Kaufman. Irish-American tli
lettc club. ew York, thin:. T.inc. . :il
SW-yard run: Louis Unrdnn. iinat'.HCn.
New York, first; K. b. Kraser. Irish
American Athletic club, NViv lock, sec
ond; c. V. Olionneli, Illinois Athletic
club, third. Joseph J'. Migins, ir.sn
Amerlcan Athletic associative, Boston,
fourth. Time, t.rji.
One mile walk: .). Goldrnnerg. Xinetv
ecnnd street. Young Men's Hebrew is
soelRtlon. New York. Itrsl; f. Schwartz
Irish-American Athletic club. New I ork.
second; W. riant. Ung lalHnd A'h.etic
club. Brooklyn, third, Joseph Burkhsnl.
Ironx Church, House. Now York, Fourth.
l-yrird each: J. I.oomi. t'hVaao Ath
letic association, first: II. I. Treadwav,
Boston Athletic association n-contH: K.
. Kelly. Raltlmore Young Men s ihrstlaii
association, third; .1. K. tones, Smart Set
Athletic cluh, fourth. Tln.e. C:n.
16tV-pour.d shot put: .1. c. I.awler, Tilsli
Amerlcan Athletic association, Hoaton. SI
feet fit, inches; W. F. Ri-os. New i'"r'
Athletic club, 13 feet !-i Incurs: V Fetter,
Irish-American Athletic club. New lfork.
41 feet inches: Ci. Kuril. Anrhor Ath
letic club, New Jersey, :!9 fret 10 inches.
One mile run: W. F. tJord.in, unat
tached. New York, first; P. S. Harmon.
New York Athletic club second; R. il.
Forwn, Boston Athletic association, ihlv l;
- John O Neille. New York Athletic club,
fourth. Time, 4:31.
44-vard run: V. M. WIlMo. New Yor-;
Athletic club, first; J. Greene, Biaton
Athletic association. second: Frank
Lsay, Srw York Athletic -lull thirl.
L).. A. Kuhn. New York Athletic Iculi,
fourth. Time. 0:51H.
120-yard hurdle: N. Soelltie. Chicago
Athletlo association, first; i. S. Trenholm.
New York Athletic club, second; T. P.
AlcDonagh. Ualtlmore Young Men's Chris
tian association, third: 11. K. Rarron.
Mercury Athletic club. Philadelphia,
fourth. Time. 0:1SI.
.. li-pound hammer throw: J. A. Com
rnagare. jr.. St. Paul Athletic association.
New Orleans. 140 feet 114 inches; H. F.
Sherman, unattached. New York 12K feet
A Inches; P. K. Rarpett. Maryland,
Swimming club, Baltimore. 117 feet ''.'4
inches; Tom Joyce. Mohawk Athletlo
dub. New York, 113 feet.
Throwing discus: Hichard Albrrs.
Anchar Athletic club New Jersi v VJ6
feet 11 Inches; J. Davidson. Swedish
American Athletic club, 121 feet 7M, Inches:
K' Ran- N'w Yrk Athletic dnb, i20
feet '7 Inches; A. Fetter. Irish-American
At.iletlc club. New York. 10S feet .0 inchea.
Running high Jump: A. R. Rodrlgues,
Bronx Church house. New York, fi feet;
K Loscher. Now York Athletic
V, ". lm'h,': ,T- E. Welsh. Cleveland
Athletic cluh. 5 fret U Inches: Rrnm'all.
New York Athletic club, n feet ! inches.
Pole vault: . K. R. Viirtls. New York
Athletic club, 12 feet: H. J. Reed. Irish
American Athletic association, Boston, Jl
feet 7 inches; K. Aldwetl, Irish-American
Athletic, club. New York.. 11 feet 6 inches;
J I. H.-' tjemnies, unattached, Washington,
11 feet. -
Throwing flftr-slx-popnd weigh: - Wil
liam Lynch. lHsh-merlcsnJ AtwMib '.Xs
soclatioiC Boston. 31 fret tu. inches; T.
K. BartSitt,.- Maryland - Fwlming club,
Baltimore. 28 feet 8 Inches; i,, H. dear,
New York Athletic- cluh. J7 feet 4 Inches;
I). . H.. Hennnn. New York Athletic club,
M feet WH -inches:
Throwing the Javelin: a. A. Rronrier.
jr., Polyetchnic preparator. Brooklyn,
2 inches threading former recorl
"A,1?'9.? foU; J- :- Mn)ln, New York
Athletic dub, 1VI feet 2 inches; I.. Harb-r,
Irish-American Athletic cluh. New Vork.
344 feet 91 inches; .. Rudnfi k. Mohawk
Athletic club. New York, 144 feet 8 inches.
Jive-mile run: V. K. Rvonen, Kalwa.
Athletic Cub. Brooklyn, 2.".:33', (breaking
former record of 2;0Wji second; Paul
Laufania. Victoria Athletic club, rhlla-
.delphla. second: Sewoeks. Irish-American
Athletic association. Boston, third: A. J.
Fogel. frlsh-American Athletic club. New
Running broad Jump. II. T. Worthlne-
. ton, Boston Athletic association, 23 fort
1 "inch (breaking former record of K.5.1
-letl; D. Broderlck, Irlsh-Americnn Ath-
-Irtic club, New Yorlt, second 22 feet R
inches: lln-l! r,.ll-?.., ci...m:- t.i.i......
dub. New York.. 22 feet 2'i inches; E
Carroll. New York Athletic cluh, 21 f?ct
.'520-yard run: H. I. Treadwav. Boston
Athletic association, first; K. P. B Mc
Nally, New York Athletic cluh, second;
, J. E. Jones. Smart Set Athletic club.
-Athletic cluh fnllftK Tlm A.-vts,
220-yard hurcle: H. McMartln, Smart
Wet Athletic club. Brook I vn first; D. 8
Trenholm, New York Athletic cluh. sec-
J .W JC-.Po,ter- New York Athletic
flub, third: H. E. Barron. Mover Athlete
flab, fourth. Time, 0:25H-
-,r,unnl"K hop-step and Jump: James F.
' r0""!1- Bo,n Athletic associstion.
Hsf feet 9 Inches (equals record); F II
' Jem Cleveland Younm Men's Christian
association, 4.3 feet 4 Inches: A. Moller,
7pw lork Athletic cluh. 42 feet R Inches!
ii', . hfhl d' unattached. New York,
43 feet 41 inches.
CLOSING DAY'S FAIR RACES
.' ARE BEST OF THE WEEK
iIWOtN, Pert. ir;-(Spcciul Telegram.)
-The closing day races at the state fair
were th ebest and the fastest. The, sun
placed the track In excellent condition
and the 2:21 trot and 2:30 pace were es
pecially hard fought. Following are the
2:30 pace, purse 11 .TOO:
Sadie B. (Parks)
Anton Psota (Beeiley)
John D. (Edmanl
Italian Aubrey (Thomas)
Fred n. (Combs!
Time: 2:1k1. 2:1!. 2:1!V4.
id trot, purse. 30.
Iia Q. (Edmant 2
Virago Bell (Moorei 1 1
Dollte Dimple (Hart) 4 3
1 1 1
2 2 4
4 3 3
3 t 6
1 1 1
2 3 2
5 2 3
Mlna Archdaln (Ronln) S (344
Avne (Bungeri 2 4 li'.H.
Jos. B. (Dillon) 3 5 4 dls.
Time: 2:2, 2;J1H. 2:2m. 2 21W. 2:23'., 8:24.
Pacing. 2:30 class, mirje Uv:
Cedle Boy (Larlmore) 1 1 8 3 t
King- Will (Parks) 4 2 12 3
Bar.dhlll Pete (Beeily) 1 4 5 4 3
Redwood (Combs) S 6 4 5 4
Last Chance (Rhodes) 5 3 ' 1 2
Tims. 2:17i4, 2:16, 2:181. 2:2mt. 2:24.
Pacing. 2.17 class, purse 5C0:
Ijeedale (Ronln) 1 1 1
Bonnie B (Rhodesi 2 2 2
Mary Newcomer (Webber) 3 3 3
Dlrecto Boy (Hart) dis.
Time. M5H. 2:K :l'-
Running race, half m'le: Blue first:
Iman, seconsT: Can't Be Beat, third: Fred
Cross, fourth; t'retty Dale fifth. Time,
SHUTOUT FOR FAIRBURY
AT THE HANDS OF DESHLER
DESHLER Xeb.. Sept 11 -(Social
Telegram ) Desiiler suut out Falrbury
today, 4 to 0. Crane pitched airtight hell,
allowing only four hits. Score: R H E.
Falrbury 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 4 4
Drshier 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 5 0
Batteries: Falrbury. Stholl and Booth;
Deshler. Crane and Richardson. Time:
I s. I'mplre: Struie. Narks will play at
Tli Be Want Ads Are tt e Best Business
REYISE RATES TO NEBRASKA ;
Iowa and Missouri Exercised Over
Tariff on Products Into State.
WILL BEGIN SUIT AT ONCE
miriMHIIIOII into iieais CI Sfllir
Vellfl Reveals Kbe Yaa WlfP nf
Thomas Hep Kldenre
of Foal Play Fossil,
"From a Staff Correspondent
DS MulNES. Sept. ll.-l Special Tele.;
gram After an all-day conference on
the part of representatives of the Mis- j
soitrl river cities in Iowa and Missouri, i
with Chairman Thorno of the Iowa rail- !
roU(, commission u was .teoiuea ry tne
commerdal organltatlons immediately to ;
commission to compel revision f the In- ,
terstnte rates nffeeting shipments Into
Nebraska. Whether the loua conimisslon
will be a party to the suit has not been
determined, as the question Is one Involv
ing rates fixed by another state commla
tilrl's Denth F.iplalnrrf.
An a result of the Inquest oer the!
death of Bottle Neild. who mysteriously
died a few days ago, it whs found that
' she waa lit fact the wife of Thomas Dyer.
! a young man well known on the chautau- .
qua circuit as a singer, having traveled j
I with various popular troupes a!! over tha
jrountry. Dyer admits they were married I
i In Okaloosa In June, but the fart was j
concealed from the parents of hoth. The
f niied t find any evidence of
foul p'.ay In connection with the death
an inc lather of the girl, who came here
j f-om Chicago, was satisfied,
j Conference on Nebraska nates.
I Consideration of the rate situation due
! to discriminations as between Interstate
I rates and Nebraska rates affecting clttes
j nlong the Missouri river came before
i Chairman Thome of the railroad commls
I slon and Judge Henderson, commerce
I counsel, today. The matter was brought
i to tho attention of the commission by
Fred D. Fmpkie, chairman of the trans- j
I rortatton committee or tne council minis i
' Commercial club; K. .1. McVann. traffic
J manager of the cluh, and F.. P. Schoent-
gen. They met here with C. K. Chlldn.
' commissionet of the Hioux City traffic
! bureau, and R. D. Sangster of the Kan
'. sna City Commercial club. The ronfer
j enco dlscusfed various methods of arrtv-
Ing at an adjustment of the matter, but
j the hope was expressed that a suit be
fore the Interstste Commerce commis
sion might be avoided. It was not an
nounced what action would be taken
Making Baskets In Prison
Charley Thomas of Des Moines, held ac
countable for the Mabel 8chofleld death
twenty years ago. appears on the Fort
Madison convict list In the role of expert
basket maker. Warden Sanders showed
the Board of Control toduy samples of
baskets made by Thomas at the state
penitentiary. They are heavy and sub
stantial baskets made of willow or split
bamboo. The warden says this Industry
would be easily established if a market
could be found for the product. Sanders
Is taking bark to the pen one of the mem
bers of the convict camp ut Woodward,
who is 111 and needs letter care.
Liberality Toward Kdocntlon.
"According to the books of the Plate
Brtard of Education, the educational In
stitutions under that board, received out
of the state treasury last year a total
of S2,POO,000 for support and Improvement
The direct appropruitltjnwcre a follows:
feta'te xnllege. ITSi. ?: "State university.
3804.700; Teacher college., 22j,15; college
for the blind, S103.S0O. In addlt'.on there
was due these Institutions from the mil
age taxes for the building fund. $185,005
for Ames and Iowa City and half the
sum for Cedar Falls. Thirty years ago
these Institutions were receiving only
about tsi.000 a year each. It Is stated that
the expenditures will not be as large the
next year as tbe last one.
Heavy Rainfall In Iowa.'
Two Inches of ruin fell the last twenty
four hours In Des Moines and reports
Indicate that the rainfall was general all
through southern Iowa, aiso that the end
has not been reached. The soil la so dry
that even with the heavy rainfall there
has been no water running off In tha
valleys and all Is used. Farmera'esttmate
that several inches of rain could be taken
up by the ground before there would be
anything like the normal amount in the
Supreme loort Docket.
The docket for the September term of
the state supreme court has Just been
printed. It shows a large number of
causes ready for submission to the court,
though not an unusual number of crimi
nal case appeals. There la the usual
large aumbir of lawyers who ask for re
hearing on their cases, or the privilege
of arguing their cases after the decision
lns;ead of before. There will be over
thirty-five of these cases argued, some of
them to the full bench on September 21.
The new Iowa insurance commissioner,
Emory H. Kngllsh, leaves toinorow for
Ashevillr. N. C. to attend the national
convention of commissioners. One of the
leading topi's to be discussed at this
mvctlng Is tlie new legislation regarding
workmen's comiiensatlc n. In this Iowa
has already haj considerable experience
trrt the inscrance commissioner has had
much work to do in connection there- I
with. Ole O. Roe. state fire marshal.
Is attending a national meeting of fire
marshals at Asheiille.
Iowa Health Exhibit.
The State Board of Health, in co-operation
with tho tuberculosis department
under the State toard of Control, pre
pared and showed at the state fair an utiv
USUallV (llie Yhlhit rrltin n r...K1fn I
health matter, and sanitation. This cen- I crl,"'v"' th J" business For
slstcd of chart, and Illuminated scenes J "U",b" f ye'r' h' Z" l?0??
and lanoua device, for impressing on TV, ' Z r , ' "".T
People the value of ordinary precautions I C' J'm," ,Uv"t0' T,h"r P""""
as.lnst ill health. It attracted such at-! ?f. 1 Merrlsin block,
tcntlon that an effort was mid to secure I l?t0 h" h lhcy moVe1 mor th ,we"'
It for thr Minn..,. ..t. t.i. .h. i ,,v ears . Mr. Jame. retired from
Missouri stute fair; but it will be sent to
the Interstate fair at Sioux City on ur
gent reqiit.t from the manage there.
eia iNotre of Gleawood.
ULF.NWOOD. U., eVpt. II. -(Special.
The Southwestern !owM Medical society
met at Coming yesterday. An unusually
Interesting i rogram was discussed. About
100 physicians were In attendance. The
September, li'15, meeting will be held at
Glenwood and will be a two-day aerelon.
Dr. F. E. Herrirk of Ottumwa was
elected president, Dr. George Mogrldge
of Glenwood. vice Dr. Enos Mitchell of
Progress On the Glenwood armory has
been delayed somewhat by a strike of
bricklayers. Trouble between "tenders"
and the superintendent of construction is
said to be the beginning of the trouble.
Several of the employe, were Jailed yes
terday for offences growing out of th
. The Be Want Ads Are tl.e Best Business
LEAGUE TO COME HERE NEXT
i Convention of Iowa Municipalities
to Council Bluffs Next Year.
LOCAL MEN BOOST HOME TOWN
Faslly Win (nmlni fleeting .
emhlles Mode Ip of Marions
Hy Mends for Betterment
A telegram received yesterd iy afternoon
frpm RbfH r. Wallace, president of tho
rommerclsl club, announced that the
cilyK off,,.,B fanlv ,hr Comtncr,M rlllh ,
j and other organisations, who went to
. Buillngton for the purpose of securing
! the next meeting of the League of Iowa
Munlc.pallties at Council Bluffs, sue
: reeded In their undertaking. The next
I annual meeting of the league will be held
j h ro In September, Win.
The I.ragur of Iowa Municipalities Is
on" of the most Important urgnnimtloiis
In the slste and Is the one that Is exclu
stvely devoting Its energies toward secur
Ing conditions that wlil remove handicaps
under which all Iowa towns and" cities
labor, due to legislation and nr 'hnlc laws
that were enacted away back near the
territorial days Council Bluffs has taken
a lending part In the work of the league
and It was the desire to have the next
meeting held here so the delegates from
all the other cities In the slnte can sec
and brltrr appreciate some of the dis
advantages that have caused Bluffs mem
bers of the state legislature to struggle
for better corporation tax laws. Mayor
Snyder, members of the city council and
heads of all departments went to Burling,
ten as the city's representatives and
President Wallace and other members
represented the Commercial dub. They
laid their plans carefully and foil confl-
dent of securing the next meeting of the
league ior me reason inai r-pcreiary
Frank 1. Pierce and all of the officers of
the league favored the Bluffs. There was
Considerable of a fight, but the Bluffs
men won easily.
The league Is almost of the proportions
of a political state convention. It has
about l.COi' members and there will prob
ably be about 600 present. The sessions
last three days. In the league are a num
ber of divisions, including the city clerks,
engineers, auditors and treasurers, con
sidering and discussing matters that are
of special Interest to them. Not a phase
of munlclpsl business Is neglected. New
Issues and live subjects are presented
and discussed by some of the brightest
men In the state. The legislative com
mittee Is always coinposed of members
of the legislature, both house and senate,
and the chairman Is always a man who
has arrived at the distinction of being a
leader In the legislature.
The meeting of the league at Burling
ton, which closed yesterdsy, has been a
very profitable one and Its Influence will
be felt In the legislature this winter.
BACK TO COUNCIL BLUFFS;
FORCED TO LEAVE CONGO
Thomas Cox, a former Council Bluffs
man and for a number of years a general
foreman for E. A. Wlckham, has returned
to the city after a world-girdling expedi
tion. He came to Council Bluffs directly
from the Congo country In east Africa,
where he waa engaged In looking for cop
per and diamonds and Investigating tne
general mineral richness of the country
for a big syndicate of American, English
and Belgian capitalists. He was driven
out of there on July 26 by the threats of
invasion by the Germans of the German
East Africa colony. . - .
After leaving Council Bluffs, where he
spent the greater part of his boyhood.
Mr. Cox drifted into the mining regions
of the west and soon developed great apti
tude for the mining business. . Ha got
into touch with the Guggenheim! In Colo
rado and was sent by them into Mexico.
He succeeded In every undertaking and
was finally given the very large commis
sion of prospecting the Immense Congo
country with the especial view of dis
covering its degree of richness in copper
and diamond fields. His task waa only
partially completed when the kaiser's
trouble enveloped him.' The patriotic
Germans thought It proper to get Into
the Belgian Congo possessions and kill
all the Englishmen and Belgians. The
fact that he was known to be employed
by the Ouggenhelma cast suspicion upon
him In tha estimation of the Belgians and
the Germans regarded htm as an English
man or at lease a "spy," and the country
became very unhealthy.
Mr. Cox says the mineral wealth of the
Congo country Is enormous. He waa auo
cessful In finding both diamond and cop
per fields of great richness. During his
stay In the city he Is the guest of E. A.
THOMAS HARRY JAMES IS
DEAD AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Thomas II. James, better known as
Harry James, died yesterday about noon
at his home, 823 Fifth avenue, after an Ill
ness of more than a year from Brlght's
disease. His death, however, came un
expectedly after an acute illness of less
than two weeks due to heart trouble. Mr.
James was one of the pioneer merchants
of the city.
Mr. James was M years old. He was
born February 2, 1S50, in Bucks county,
Pennsylvania. Ho came to Council Bluffs
In 1M9 and was a continuous resident
since. For many years he operated a
general store and lattr devoted his time
; uuiilirni a iiuimirr OI rrs BIO, aevc'11113
his time to looking after property and
Iowa rws ora.
DKNISON-The Inison Bulletin win
be Issued as a semi-weekly beginning
with Monday-. September 14. This is the
second lime the attempt to run a semi
weekly has been made in Den'son.
DK.S'ISON The Denlson High School Is
rapltllv coaching a foot ball team which
I. expected to t.k a rromlnent Dart In
t- games of western Iowa. Already dates
have been made for games as follows: At
Carroll, geptemlsr 2i. October 3, with
Audubon team at Denison: October 17.
wl'h Coun' ii Bluffs team st Denison: Oc
tober 34. at Bonne, snd November IS, at
Rectal Diseases Cured
A mild treatment, tbat cure Piles, Fistula and other Rectal disease in a short
time, without a surgical operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other general anast
hetic Died. A cur guaranteed in every caas accepted for treatment, aod no money
to be paid until cured. Write for book oa Rectal Diseases, with testimonials,
DR. TARRY Bulldlng-Omaha.
OonacU Bluffs Offlos of
lbs Is at 14 Morth
Mala TalsBkoaa 43.
Da ls, drugs.
Vntr .la, Hi. A Hospe Co.
Plate lunch at Tony a cafe. 2ic.
CorriKans, undertakers. Phone 143.
W untiring I'lidei taking Co. Tel. So?.
II A UDN BBS FKF.P9, printing. Phone 63.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phone 9J.
l.BADl.KY M.rlcTKIC '0 WIRING
AND F1XTL IU.S. I'lU'N E
TO SAVE OK TO HOIiivOW, SEE C. B.
I Mutual mug and Loan Ass u. l- lean.
Dr. II. A. Wood hut y. dentist, moved to
S.tpp bit", k. phone luai k ixu. sanitary and
modern appliances, mtxierate price.
The regular meeting of the Fathers'
club of tne Avenue K school will be heni
at the school building this evening. All
will bp welcomed.
Vr.atr-allng a t ravrnctte raincoat f rom I
Conductor .1. W. .Iseeph of the street rail-,
wnv company. .1. K. Sines. 24 years old,
a Ni'eMboro, Mo., youth, was sent to tael
tciinly jail vesterdiiy for twenty days. He
swiped Conductor Jaseph'a rral from t"),
r.sr end of an cmaha car. wh're "
owner kept It for emergency. He was(
caught unt after he left the car.
Kelatlns here have been advised of the ,
death of Ruben Kennedy, ' Mr
Mrs J A. Kcnnedv, early residents of
Council Bluffs which occurred August
1st at his ranch in Montana. The boilv
was taken to hit tier, Cal.. for burial.;
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Kcnnedv were at one ,
tint connected with the Iowa School for,
tne Deaf, going from here to Jackson-'
illle, 111 lAter they went to Us An
geles, whore tliev have since made. their
home, the son being located on a ranch
lu Montana. I
"Uncle Jimmy" Wlckham. 7S years old.
has ien demonstrating for the last two
or three flnv.4 that he can lay brick Jusli
as well and .lust as rapidly as he ever
could, which is considerably faster than I
the ordinary brlcklaver. There has been i
a scarcity of workmen and the Wlckhani
Bros.' contract In complete the Rogers
block on Pearl street opposite Baylies
park must be completed this season. It
was loo mtitblv for the other bricklayers :
to work Wednesday and yesterday, but it i
was good enough weather for the head of j
the tckhain family.
Judge Wheeler Is still listening to th
testimony In the suit brought by the bond-,
holdnrs to get possession of the Iowa &
Omaha Short Line railroad, better known,
rh the Trevnor Intsrurban. under fore-1
closure proceedings. It was not expected,
there would be any difficulty in securing
possession under foreclosure of the mort
gage given to secure the bonds, but half
a d Xeti sllegrti creaiiois naie i i .-mt-.i,
among them Colonel Adnms. the pro
moter. William Saar, one of the wealthy
farmers who contributed more than :".
(Oil to finance the road, testified on the
witness stand yesterday that he had ut
intmn i.... tv, A imforttanate enterprise.
The farmers are the bondholders, and If
they should get the road without addl-,
tlonal cost their loss would still be more
than SO per cent. 1 tie claims ui mi m
tervenors approximate many thousand
Mrs. Martha F.. Roe. wife of Dr. T. E.
Roe, died yesterday morning after an Ill
ness of three months due to a Keneral
breaking down. Mrs. Roe hnd resldt.d In
Council Bluffs since 1S7S and during all
of that time was active In church snd
social work. She was one of the active
and helpful members of the First Con
gregational rhurrh. Mrs. ltoe was born
July 23. 1X53. in New York state. In Octo
ber. lWtS. she was married to Dr. Roe In
Chicago. Hhe leaves besides her husband,
one daughter. Mrs. J. H. Grler. and one
son. James L. line. Her brother. J. It.
Bite, and his wife were both killed In tha
Faster tornado, more than year ago.
The funernl will probably be held on
Rundav. although arrangements have not
vet been definitely made. Dr. J. T. Jones
of the First Congregational church will
conduct tho services.
Goes A-fishing and
Hooks a Submarine
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 11 Honors for
hooking the biggest fish that ever got
away go to Martin L'lrlch, a salesman of
Oakland, who was himself authority for
the story today.
Llrlch and a party of friends were out
fishing for big fish In Flrlch's launch
"Germany" off Angel Island in San Fran
c.!hco hay. Huddenly his lino gave a vlo
Unt tug. He grasped It with all his might
and so strong was the pull that the launch
began to plunge wildly through the
Ball Tourney at IVray.
WRAV, Colo., Sept. 11 (Special Tele
gram.) The first day of the three-day
Trl-ftate Base Ball tournament resulted
In Wray winning from McCook, Neb., In
the morning. 7 to 8, and St, Francis. Kan.,
winning from Trenton. Neb., in tha af
ternoon. 3 to 2. Batteries: Wray, Mason
and Bollnger; Mel'ook, Artley and Smith.
St. Francis. Harrington and Warner;
Trenton PeeW snd Rsllard
( Calls for Help
Nature's Willing Worker are
Always at Your
If It Is enema, pimples, boils er worse
your ssfegnsrd Is S. H. H, the famous
blood purifier. It Is alwsrs Hoed up to
attack diseased blood. And It always doe
the work. It does th work after disap
pointment, after .alleged specialists, mer
cury, Iodides, stryrliDlne, arsenic and other
destructive Cruet that have reaped a har-
icst of mistakes and left a hctt of Invalids
g::esli:g as to what li to come, B. 8. 8.
Is not such a drug i-i the cupidity or lg
tore nee cf man would be able to produce.
It It Nature's wonderful contribution to
our necessities. It Is wonderful because It
c:n not be Imitated ; ran not be made any
other way than t assemble Nature s prod
acts and produce what a host of men know
as a. 8. H tb world greatest medicine.
There are people everywhere that had an
eld sore or ulcer tbat defied all tbe salye
known. And yet 8. 8. 8. taken Into tb
blood jest rnturally put Into tbat old .or.
th. lfcrr.:j that made new tlssu.. sew
ffh, and covered It with a new coating t
bealtby shin. Oct a bottle ef 8. 8. 8.
today cf any drucgett and be on tbe way
to perfect blor.d health. But beware of
substitutes. Fr.r special advice rrni'ilt tb
medical department, Ths Swift Specific Co.,
63 Swift Bldg, Atlanta, Ga. It U (re
and has helped a multitude.
OUR NEW TERMS
A Blessing to the People
Our new credit terms recently lowered to "$5 on a
hundred" has made it possible for the smallest salar
ied man to have what he needs in his home, and it
enables all to have more and better goods than would
be possible in Omaha today were it not, for these
easier terms of qurs. "It's a blessing to the people" is
the way one lady put it "You certainly deserve the
united support: and patronage of the working people
of Omaha" are the words of another.
Theso special terms
purchase, $3 down
opuuiai easy lains vviiuu iiiuy luniuui in luruu. ouu us luiiiurruw.
Bsantlfnl Farlor Lump
HI cli lace, like nictul aiiaile
with atlielrul art glaoa.
vhi-v nrtlMtli rfoi't fnllv
hulbs. etc., special
M.-ide of solid oak
2-Inch Post Vernis Marun Bed,
: 1 r a rmu
mmm i s - nr
A large heavy bed, full 2-Inch continuous posts,
In giisranteed Vernla Martm gold bronze finish;
furnished full size, roller bearing cast- A
era, eav to move about, it's aplen- sHtB!J3
ciid value seww
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Flats and Apartments
are to be found in a day without work
worry or weariness if the right method is
The right method is the simple one of reading The
Bee's classified columns headed "Apartments and Flats."
Listed here, in today's Real Estate Section, are tho
choicest offerings of Omaha's house owners and agents.
And right now good places are renting very
Opportunities in apartments and flats of
all sizes in every location furnished or un
furnished are matters of daily occurence.
You can make doubly sure of getting in touch with
them by inserting an ad of your own. This means a
simple statement of your requirements, which, when
ready, you can leave with any drug storeThe Beo
office, or ;
Tlephon Tyler 1000
THE OMAHA BEE
Everybody Reads Be Want Ade
will continue for this week. $5 down on $100 n
on $50 purchase. Take
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S9.7S rii r
P I II d-irr-J-T'" kt-- iiit w m
$30 Colonial Dresser in Quar
ter Sawed Oak for $16.50
This Dresser must be seen to bo fully
appreciated. It is made ofkandsomely
figured quarter-sawed oak, has two
extended top drawers, largo French
plate mirror. The regular pneo
The Store B-g
. Most B"j.
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advantage of these g
Save Money at
the Rubel Store
""J sAf VAiJrf ri"5i
The Famous "Penin
sular" Steel Range
Anil the price In only I2J.7B. Tt
Is a six-hole ranee with hlvh
warming closet, .n i la throughout
of heavy Kuaae coM rolled steel
plate, rlviteti together like a steam "
btiiler guaranteed to heat, c.-ck
and hake to your et.lir-i rutlArac
tlon It is a big fuel nuf. Nclen
ttflc conalructl in. ti.nrM.i- consin
Ina fluea, ventilated firebox, du
plex grate for c ial ft ".vo-ik. larc
oven steel oven back asbestos
oven lining, Utl.virn ov-n door,
making a shelf, lircit-t flue bot
tom, clrculatiqiv of not lr oround
entire oven. Ins I -t ig , ven hakii g,
haiwJaiome nlcK.-l trliiunlngs all
over. A higli . urAtle Ht. 1 1 ranwe.
thoroimhlv giiaranteea. :
1 lie lilKgest varjt" vau
ever saw. Sale price
tin I v
Credit Tinas ti ul.
UrrXT PXCXAXi Made of
solid oak. Colonial design, well
built and well
for this sale.
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