Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 27, 1915, Page 3, Image 3
Till: r.KK: OMAHA. TITS DAY, .Ifl.V 1 !.. Nebraska Nebraska HATHEWS INSISTS HE ISSATISFIED Editor-Candidate for V. S. Marshal Seclarei that He Will Make Fight to End with Bryan. STEADFAST AGAINST HITCHCOCK (Trom a. Ptaff Correspondent.) UNCOLN, July r8.-Bpcall.)-Cecll Mathews, editor of the Rlverton Re view, la satisfied, perfectly o. He oandl3o.te for the appointment of United States marshal, and while given plenty of encouragement, so It 1 said, for the Job, was finally turned down and another mu appointed. Mr. Mathews Is a democrat who has spent more than a score of years fight ing the battles of the democratic party. Ever since Wlllam Jennings Bryan In jected himself into the democratic lime light Mr. Mathews has been his booster and has burned many gallons of the midnight oil backing the ex-secretary Of state and fighting his battles. With bis bright little paper at Rlverton he has constantly advocated the many vary ing paramount Issues put out by the great commoner and has gone down to defeat with Mr. Bryan without a mur mur and has come up smiling and has continued to boost. Aaraln Takes to Trowel. This summer the heavy rains played sad havoc with the bright prospects of Mr. Mathews. His nice little home, whloh. by his frugal Industry he hsd built In the little town of Rlverton, was flooded. The Thompson river, (not the little giant) backed up and flowed through the town flooding his home, destroying his furniture. His print shop was also flooded and the loss to the fighting editor was so much that he was forced again to take up the mason's trowel and go back to his trade, while his daughter. who has Inherited many of the sterling Qualities of her ather, has taken charge o the Review and Is making It blossom with good things. Under these circumstances It would have seemed the "psychological moment' or Mr. Bryan to have rewarded his con stant booster with the desire of his heart and given him the Job of United Btates marshal and the magnificent salary which would have enabled Editor Mathews to have restored the home, which the floods destroyed, and not have been compelled to go back to the hard but honest toll . of a brick mason. However, Mr. Mathews Is not kicking, or at least appears to be satisfied. He was at the state house this rooming and discussed the political situation and said that he was perfectly well satisfied with the appointments for the federal jobs in Nebraska. "When I discovered that Tom .Allen was to get the Job of district at torney I knew that I was out of the running for the marshalshlp," said Mr. Mathews. "I shall continue to boost for Mr. Bryan and shall take delight, as 1 always have. In putting all the political broken i bottles and carpet tacks In the jth of Senator Hitchcock's political au tomobile I can. : l Vs Against Hitchcock. 'Should Benator Hitchcock get the re ROml nation for tte senatorehlp," said Mr. Mathews, "he will lose the Fifth congressional district by .over 1,000 votes. Should Governor Morehead be a candi date he will carry the district by over t.000 votes. That la the way the demo crats of my district feel toward Benator Hitchcock and Governor Morehead." "It was published that I had been pushed one side and was a candidate for printing commissioner," said Rlverton, editor-mason, "but that Is a mistake. 1 was after the marshalshlp and no other., I am not an office seeker, and when the marshalshlp wen against me that settled the proposition." Mr. Mathews called upon Governor Morehead while at the state house and assured the executive that as between the Omaha senator and the governor for the senatorehlp It would not be hard Nebraska Beatrice Creamery Compromise Old Suit BEATRICE, Neb., July 25.-(Spcc!al.)- The case of V. J. Townsend of Glenn Falls. N. T., sgslnst the Beatrice Cream ery association, which haa been pending In the courts since 1SSR, has been settled by the creamery association agreeing to pay Townsend $5,000. The total amount claimed to be due la 111,000. This Is the finishing touch to a purchase of land by the creamery association In 1SSS. A note was given to pay off a mortgage on the property, and for some years the association paid the Interest on the note. During the panic years the asso ciation couldn't keep up the Interest and Townsend sued snd got a Judgment. For fifteen yeara his attorneys have been trying to collect on the Judgment, and a few days ago a settlement was agreed upon whereby the v association pays Townsend $3,000 cash. , Martin Engler, a pioneer of Beatrice, died Saturday at hia home In West Be atrice, aged 7 yesrs. He is survived by his widow and seven children. Dr. A. J. Nlelson and Miss Mandellne Smith, both of this city, were married Saturday evening at St. Joseph's Cath olic parsonsge. Father Bohl officiating. The young couple left in a touring car for a brief wedding trip to Uncoln and Omaha, and upon their return they will make their home In this city. The deed conveying the Paddock hotel property to the State Investment company was liberally"- plastered with United States revenue stamps, $90 being the re quired amount. No Trace is Found Of Escaped Convict (From1 a tSnff t'orernioudenO LINCOLN, July W.-tSpectnU-lp to noon todsy no trine had been dixooverod of Sam Story, the prisoner at the pen itentiary who yesterday climbed the wall of the prison. He was not missed until the count was made at 4 o'clock and ashe was Inst seen an hour before. It Is probable he had a good start before his absence was discovered. Considerable excitement was added to the first affair by the circulation of a report that the Lincoln companies of the National Guard had been called out, but General Hall denied any tall had been made or that a request had been made for a'titance. The guar who was supposed to have rhargo ' of the part of Us wall over which Story escaped, would not talk this mornlntr, but simply handed In Ills reslK- nation to the warden. Story was a life prisoner, sent up from Cherry county five yeara ao for the murder of a fellow harvest hand. He was considered trustworthy, having twice refused to earapo when an apportunlty was offered, but later developments had convinced him, it would seem, that he had no chance to get out legally and so he took tlie first opportunity to decamp. Fire Wakes l p Adams. TH tMSBH, Neb., July ). (Special. ) One day last month the town of Adams voted a bonding proposition down for a water works system. Following the elec tion a few days, the town hnd a flro In the buMness section, two stores, buildings and contents, being lost Now another election la going- to be held sgraln to voto on the water works proposition. The elec tion will be on August 10, and the pro posed bonds will be $14,000. PRETTY RACE IS RUN AT DETROIT Three Starters in Final Number Go Fire Gruelling- Roundi to a Decision. HEAVY TRACK DRIES LATER Governor Returns From Cheyenne Trip (From Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN, July 36. (Special. )-Oov ernor Morehead returned this morning from his trip wih he tOmaha boosters to the western part of the state, and as far out as Cheyenne. He is much pleased j valuation of the plant of the York Ons and Electric Light company. The engineer will receive $700 for his work. Umahan. Urtn Job. TORK, Neb.. July 2S.-(Speclal.)-Mayor Cotton announced Saturday morning that he had engaged George P. Prince, an en gineer of Omaha, to make a physical with the trip and the associations con nected with it On the way back the party stopped at several places and the crops along the way - are looking fine, according .to the Nebraska executive. At Cheyenne he was the guest of Gov ernor Kendrick of Wyoming and en Joyed a visit with Governor Carlson of Colorado, who was also a guest of ts Wyoming executive. "We had a fine time and a most aja Joyable visit." said Governor Morehead. The governor would not say whether any political medicine was mixed or not, but while all three executives were demo crats, he was willing to admit that noth ing stronger than the present papular i democratic, beverage, grape Juice, was enjoyed by the trio of state executives. Birdie Lutz Leads the Pop-Pop Racers Six Young People Dumped Into Creek a f 1 - HARTINGTCN. Neb., July .-(Special.) While returning from a dance Sat urday night about S o'clock, a car driven by Joe McFadden of Coleridge and carry ing a number of . other Coleridge young people, collided with the support of the bridge near the John' Miller farm and William Engaton, tl years old, and liv ing near Etna In the southwest part of Custer eountv. killed himself Sunday work to discover where the man from'n8t.by sendhing a charge of shot Ipto Rlverton would be found. Bryan By Censured Former Admirer (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. July (Special.) Felix Newton, once admirer of W. J. Bryan and his chief lieutenant In "Little Rus- Approxlmately 1,000 fans of a combina tion variety were presont Sunday after noon at the Douglas county fair grounds to witness the ball games, motorcycle and bicycle races. Although only opened to the publlo a few weeks ago, these grounds are proving a popular " and attractive place to apend a few hours of recreation i on any Saturday or Sunday. The big ser- prlse yesterday afternoon Was the down fall of the much touted Ramer. A young gent, tagged Birdie Luts, who only lately Jumped into the limellRht as a speed agent, was the main obstacle that bumped' Into the path of.the mighty Ramer. Truo to his front handle, Luts proved a bird manipulating the two-wheeled flying ma chine, landing first plaou In three of the four events that he participated in. Sal eno Ralner, an experienced pedal pusher, won the bicycle raoe by approximately 800 feet. The boys' bicycle race was won by Russell Holloway. The program for1 next Saturday and Sunday will be a real combination affair. turned a complete somersault Into the In all probability there will be a mlio creek. Remarkable as It seems, no one j horse race, a couple of automobile races, was seriously hurt, and the car Itself three motorcycle races, one bicycle race. one game of auto polo between the Chi cago and New York teams and two base ball games. The complete program will be announced during the latter part of this week. Ten miles, motorcycle, free-for-all: Birdie Luts first, Otto Hanker seonnd. Pete Peterson third. Winner's tlms i. 13 49 1-6. Three miles, motorcycle, with ride car attachment: Otto Ramer first Mike Boord second. Birdie Luts third. Win ner's time: 4:19. Bicycle, ahlf mile, for boys: Russell Holloway first. Time: LSI 4-6. Bicycle, mile, for experienced riders: Saleno Ralner first, Cajiillo Caldero sec ond, Frits Krueger third. Winner's time: 3:01 Five miles, motorcycle race for ama teurs: Birdie Luts first, Vsn Avery seo ong, Schaffer third. Winner's time: 7:K. HI teen miles, motorcycle, rree-ror-au: Birdie Luta llrst, Ed Polton second, otto Ramer third. Winner's timet 21:19 4-6. Murphy Cinch Second Place. The Murphys triumphed over the Mot leys In the tenth inning Sunday when Koller stole home with two out. Score: K.M L, Murphys 0000130000 15 8 1 Moneys ...1 vovvuuou u I 4 s Batteries: Murpnys. uurneti ana unieias: Holleys, 'Sullivan and Tollman. DKTROIT, July IS. After the first three races on today's Orand Circuit pro gram had been disposed of I nstralght bents, three starters In the final numlwr Muncd one of the prettiest battles seen here' In several years, going five gruel ling rounds to a decision. The track was heavy at the start as a reault of recent heavy rains, but dried out later In the day. Only three horses wen tto the post for the l:0 pace, Marsot Hal acted badly In the first two heats. wh(ch The Climax won In hard drives. In the third heat, McDonald kept Ms mare on her feet, taking the lead at the half mile aiui hold ing it to the wire. Fred .Russell led all the way In the fourth, Margot Hal break. In Jut as she came alongside nearlng the finish. The Climax led to the half In the final mile, but tired badly, and Margot Hal went to the front and showed the way to the wire. The Climax took a hard flogging to finish In front of Fred Rus sell, who had broken badly, but wa coming fast. ' Hatel Ijilng won the 1:0ft trot, abc&t as ahe pleased and Al Mack never was in danger of losing the I IS trot. Msjor Ong tried bravely to head Aoonlte In the 2:10 pace, but Cox drove hia horse to an easy victory In each heat. The horses today were plsoed according to "point system." so that Duchess, In the t:0R trot, although finishing seonnd in one hest, was outside the money, while Dago, with two thirds, was given third prize. Summaries. 2:0S trot, three In five, purse, $1,000: Hanoi llng, oh. m., by John A. Mc- Kerron (Andrews) 1 Bright Axworthy, b. g. (Murphy)..! t i Ino. b. g. (Orady) S S I Also started: Grand Marshal (Bnow), Diwhaso McDonald , Baby poll (Qulnn). Time: l:0H. 1:K. 1:11. Trot 2:18 class, three in five, purse Al Mack. b. h.. bv MoLlntook (Murrav 11 Saint Frlscn, b. s. (Oeera) i 2 I Aliens, ch. ni. (HnedecKert ..... 5 S Also started: Colonel Riser (BcennanV Wlllow Mark (Ruff), Banker Blngen (Pempsey), Maggie Bond (Barrett), Prin cess Margrave (Hall), Emma Dillon (No- , W .WT . UAf4--ul 1 I . I (Marvin) Sarah . Douglas (Floyd), Mc- ftinnon (MCMsnonl. . Divide fourth money. Time. i:lli. 2:11. !:. Paco, 2:10 class, three In five. Hotel Oriawold atake, $2,000: Aconite, h. h., by Agulllla (Cox).. Ill nnjor ong, d. g. iiuitrpnyi i i Alta Wood. gr. m. (Valentine)... . S I Alio started: Svmbol Meath (McDon aid). Hal Connor (Oeeral, Relia E. (Me eMMKtcr) kupv k. M'empsey). Tim. 2:. 1:07V4. 2:0Mi. Pace, 2M class, three In five, purs ii, oki: Mrtrcnt Hal. b. m . hv'Arsnt Hal (McDonald) Hill The ("llnwv hi, h. (fir nnunl. 1 I 1 .1 2 I ! liii.M-ll. Ii g. illiTvii .112 11 Time, 'M1V 2 10.. 2 :W ,, i .11',, S .15. Noted Omahans to Strive for Honors With Racing Mules Ths first Omaha "Tranamulean,' an annual event destined to become rlassio In the racing animals of the middle west, will be held the afternoon of Thursday. August 6, at the speedway dirt track In East Omaha. It will be a part of the opening program of the Omaha Driving tilth's first harness race meeting. The "Transmulean" wll Ihe contested by six long-eared mules, hitched to carts belonging to rare horses and driven by neo.ua lnurrtber of prominent oltlxens of Omaha and Counrtl Bluffs. The driv ers, who were carefully selected by Secre tary O. M. Smith of the Driving club. will be as fololws. Everett Buckingham, president of the Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben. and general man ager of the l:nlon Stock Yards company; Kd Peek, vice president and manager or the umana Klevator company. would not have been damaged had aome one not struck a match, which Ignited some gasoline which had been spilled, and burned the automobile quite badly. The car was hauled out of the creek today. The young people who were in the car were Joe McFadden, K. Clsney, John Lukkens and the Misses A Ills and Irene McFadden. ' Insane Man Ends Life with Shotgun his "head. Engstrom wss being brought to Browen Bow to appear before the in sanity commission, bit escaped from the car and ran back to the home of his aunt, Mrs. Peterson, with whom he had been, staying. He procured a shotgun and re volver and took possession of the house. Sheriff Wilson was sent for, but owing to the distance did not reach the seen until after I o'clock In the morning. When he entered the. house . he found els," a part of Lincoln, haa revolted. Ho ' Engstrom lying across a oea wun me Is now agin" the ex-secretary and goes . 'ore part of his head blown away. Thera to the Bible for evidence to support his will be no Inquest . . contention that Mr. Bryan, who himself quotes much scripture. Is not a good roan for democrats to follow. He writes a long statement to this effect, rapping his former leader for taking care of his relatives before remembering the faith ful In the ranks. APPEAL TO HIGH COURT FROM LARGE JUDGMENT (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. July 2.-(Speclal Telegram.) The Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway company haa appealed to the supreme court from a Judgment of $12,OX) secured by Alva H. Jackson, who was In jured In July, 1113, while tiding on a street car In Omaha. Damages for $25,009 was asked for by the plaintiff In the ault In the Douglas county district court. WYM0RE COUNCIL WlflS ELECTION MANDAMUS SUIT BEATRICE. Neb., July 2& (Special Telegram.) In the mandamus ault by M. L. Rawlings to compel the city coun cil of Wymore to call a special election to submit the question of billiard and pool ball licences. Judge Pemberton today ruled In favor of the city, holding: that Rawlings' petition was addressed to the city clerk and not ths council. Old Settlers Picnic. UNION. Neb., July M (Special.) The twenty-seventh annual old settlers' re ulon will be held at Union Friday and Saturday, August 13 and 14. Band music, orators and amusement In plenty are promised. The Merchants' band of Ne braska City haa been engaged for the two days. A. L. Anderson is secretary and G. Ward Cheney U president. The executive committee Is composed of John B. Roddy, D. Rsy Frsns and J. T. Reynolds. ValaVatified Hot Font4. NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., July 31 (Special Telegram.) The body of a floater was found near ths water works here this afternoon which had evidently been In ths water soma time. It wss that of aa aged man, with dark gray strtped suit and flannel shirt There was nothing alse to show the dentlty. I t Ktaetern Tkonsand for Omartcts TORK. Neh, July W. -(Special. )-A deed filed with Reglater Davis Saturday shows that Fred Brans sold a quarter section of land seven miles southeast of Wage) to Charles Be hark tar Sll.Ott Chadron News Notes. CHADRON, Neb., July So. (Special.) The city council has provided a swimming pop) for the boys. The old reservoir at the top of the hlil south of the city will be put In ths proper condition and under proper regulations the bys will be al lowed to baths there. J. M. Cain topped the market one day last week at Omaha with eighty-five head of hogs. Dawes county la coming Into Its own as the home of the healthy hog. We have yet to find a case of cholera In this count?. The base ball organisation known as tba Chadron Bears Is sweeping everything before It this year. It has played eight een games snd haa lost only two. Misses Ethel Hyeer, Naomi Good and Jessie Washburn of Chadron have been elected to positions In ths public sobods of Kearney. P. A. Keltx and Miss Edith Cope land. teacher of anisic in the normal, gars a little surprise to their friends Thursday by getting married. They slipped away In a oar far Crawford after ths ceremony, but were captured after a wild chase and brought back to town for the, proper deooratlona, Thay will be at home In Chadron after a short stay in ths Black aw. '. Mayor Jam-s I'ahlman, head of the Omaha c:tr government. N. It. CiHlIke, president of the Vpdlk Ornln company. Mayor M. l. Snvdcr, bead of the city government of Council Bluffs. Kd Peterson, president of the Flwnrd Peterson company, railroad rontrartors. Sorretary Smith declared yeeterday that he was positive that "Transmulean" would bo one of the most desperately contested races of the entire program. Edh contestant has been placed In th proper frame of mind to "drive for his life" by giving hi ma private tip that "Mayor Dahlman saya you don't know how to team a mule." On the other hand, the mayor haa been assured that his rep utation aa a former cowboy depends on his winning the mule race. Then there la another Incentive to vic tory. All Omaha society Is going to at tend the racer. ,aa Indicated by a big de mand for box seats In ths grandstand, and whichever prominent cltlsen brings his Jackrabbll under the wire first Is certain to be rewarded by the applause of Omaha's fair ones snd their escorts. A second mule race will be held the following Saturdsy afternoon. with prominent railway officials as drivers. On the Friday Intervening, a relay run ning race, In which three riders will par ticipate, will bs a special feature. Each rider will use three horses and each horse will run half a mile. HARVARD LITTLE GIRL DIES OF RARE DISEASE HARVARD. Neb., July (Special.) Maria, the lt-year-old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry J. Sinner, died yester day afternoon at about o'clock, at their farm home In Ixomla precinct, five and one-hslf miles southeast of ths city. She had been 111 since April 18 with Hodgkin's dlaeaae, and though every thing (hat medical skill could suggest was done, nothing appeared to oheck the dlsesse. 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