Beatrice Daily Sun, September 22, 1912

Beatrice Daily Sun

September 22, 1912

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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - September 22, 1912, Beatrice, Nebraska DEVOTED TO BEATRICE AND VICINITY A STRICTLY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER VOL. XIIF YOU DON T SEE IT IN THE SUN, IT DIDN’T HAPPEN BEATRICE, NEB., SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. 22,1918. No. 66 RACING PROGRAM Complete List of Horses Entered in the Races at the County Fair. SOME FIRST CLASS EVENTS Two Special Pacing- Races in the 2:15 and the 2:20 Classes. IV AY. Mum ford, VV- W. Scott and Dr. lf. I*'. Stewart, who have charge of the seed department of the <Jage county fair, which begins next Tuesday, yesterday fin ishing making the entries in the horse races. Aside from th*1 regular racing program there will he two special pacing races in the 2:15 and 2:2*1 classes. The entries as made up are as follows : 2:40 Pace, Purse $75. Queen, hay man*. M. Young of Pick red. Nettie Non a1, hay mare, \V. Day, Pick roll. Fannie <\ black mare, 1). X. Burroughs, Beatrice. Donnie Mack, sorrel horse. Lute .Pence, Beatrice. Prince, liny horse, William Me Cowan, Piekrell. Farmers’ Trot, Purse $50. Sweet Milo, brown mare, John Met 'ow an, Piekrell. Ardella, hay mare. (>. C. Mum>-ford. Piekrell. Dr. Broadiield, hay hoise, John Deltic!!. Beattie**, Free for All Pace, Purse $100. Soldier Boy, hay horse, S. B. Moore of Beatrice. Bud Weiser, hay stallion, ll. L. Weiser. Piekrell. Palmer s Ad. brow it mare, Dr. ti. J. Robert son. Beatrice. Roy Norval, hay stallion. Frank Jones, Beatrice. 3 Minute Trot, Purse $75. Dandy Wood. sorrel horse, E. Lawrence, Piekrell. Little Minnie, hay mare, F. AA'. Mumford. Piekrell. Ardella, hay mare, I). (’, Mumford, Piekrell. Nellie, hay mare, A. (J, tidies pie, Beatrice. 2:30 Pace, Purse $100. Palmer s Ad. brown mare, Dr. ti. J Robertson, Beatrice. Bud Weiser, hay stallion. B. L. Weiser, Piekrell. Flip, hay mare, Walter Foreman, Beatrice. Farmers' Pace, Purse $50. (bridie. Peffermau Bros., Ellis. Dick, hay hoise, W. P. Cfeirrith-ers, Beatrice. Barmy, gray horse, Joifn Mc-t'owan, Piekrell. I billie, hay mare, J. Cobb, | »it k red. Flora, Oscar East, Beatrice. 2:35 Trot, Purse $100. Poy Nom al. hay stallion, Frank Jones, Beatrice. Medium K. hay stallion, Aden Johnson, Kinney. John AA., hay horse, AA”. A. Foreman. Bestride. Rex, hay horst}, tieorge Cooper, Beat rice. Joe, brown stallion, Dr. E. F. Stewart, Beatrice. Prince, hay horse, A. R. Sullivan, Beatrice. Free-for-All Trot, Purse, $100. Joe, brown stallion, Dr. E. F. Stewart, Beatrice. Dandy Wood, sorrel horse. Elmer Law renee, Piekrell. Little Minnie, hay marc, R W. AI umford, Piekrell. Running Race, Half Mile. Boh, Jack llillyer. Beatrice. Babe C, hay mare, B. Hawley, Piekrell. BARAGA BANQUET MONDAY The big Barato banquet Mon day evening .-it Centenar.) M. F churel) will be an event that promises to to live long iii the memory of those who attend -long after the enthusiasm of the assembled boys is lost sight of; long after the taste, of fbc oyster soup has vanished, im,j long „f. ter the voices of the speakers have ceased in toasting. It has even been intimated by some that this least will officially inaiigu rate the oyster season. I lo* feed will lo* (rec of charge, with no strings attached if being given for the purpose of spreading the Maraca spirit of activity. The young mon of this eity, especially those attending business college and high school, are invited, and visiting Maracas are also welcome. Meet af 7:4n or as soon (hereafter as possible. A Lu stunts w id he put on in t lie lect tire room before sitting down to the banquet, which is to be informal and therefore more enjoyable. President Harold Stout, who has been the busiest of all Maracas the last few days. will lo* toastmaster. and the following will respond. interspersed by music by the Maraca Male quartet ;* Welcome ” Rev. I. W. Ken-agy. teacher. “ \\ inn One and One Make * be* Robert ti,ilr ■ Bal; C.HSIU ” Iv v. ti. a. ('til \er. assistant teacher. “The Free Press”- Albert W. K oi pf/’. Home dirks vs. ( allege Birls. or Higher Education’ - Boyd Al IC ay nor. I lo < 'Iiiireli and t he S chao! Prof. A P. llillyer. I hi (tut of Town Birl “    ('. Otho Scars. “The Sui.urban B'irF’- Everett Kendall. "The Ensuing Year’’- Rev. II. CL Brown. OPEN MEETING G. A. R. The open meeting held in Cl. A. R. hall Saturday afternoon was wed attended, and a generally en .lovable afternoon was experienced by all ill attendance. I here were about seventy-five present. Some me millers who had not been present for a year or more were present yesterday. 7 lie program began by ev erybody singing "Columbia the Hem of the Ocean.’’ I bro Davis told how his lather fared when lie rode the goat, which was very amusing to those who never had “jilted.” Master John Shottenkirk and Beatrice Bullard gave a violin and cornet solo with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Hattie Shottenkirk. Lucy Elwood gave a recitation in a pleasing manner, and by request. Mrs. Shottenkirk gave a vocal solo. “Comrades. Have You Bot the Countersign,” followed by a reading by Mrs. Kimmerly. which completed the program. Refreshiceiits of ice cream, cake arid coffee was then served when ad enjoyed a social half hour. About o o'clock all left for their homes, feeling that another pleasant meeting must. lie counted among those already past.- Cor respondent. REST ROOM. Through the courtesy of the Beatrice Commercial club, their beautiful rooms at the corner of Kila and Fifth streets w ill be converted into a rest room during the coming county fair and fall festival. Tile rooms will be in charge of a committee of women. Every woman visiting the city during this week is invited to minke this room lier headquarters where she may rest, cheek wraps and packages, and have a cup of tea free of charge. WIFE BEATER FINED Judge Ellis Sticks Ben Snow for $50 and Costs for Mistreating His Wife. A LONG STORY OF MISERY Wife Has Endured Abuse for a Long Time Neighbors r Finally Interfere. Last evening Judge Ellis tried Ben Snow, accused of mistreating his wife, and fined him $50 and costs which Snow could not pay. Ile will work it. out on the streets. According to tin* testimony, Snow has been misbehaving for a long time, and his wife has borne his cussedness with fortitude. Friday night in ighhors heard a distil rim nee, in the Snow home, ami yesterday noon several of the children earn** running out of the house, crying I hat their father was killing their mother. Newt Burroughs, a neighbor. and his son responded to the call for help, entered the house and found Snow clinking his wife. They nabbed him and Mr. Burroughs dragged him to the police st at ion. Mr. and Mrs. Snow have nine children, most of them small. At the count \ fair a couple of years ago their baby was the prize win lier in tin* baby show. Snow* is a cement worker when lie works. but is reported that lo* is a had actor when he starts on a fear. OFFICERS MAKE ROUNDUP gag* 11 in business af Washington, bas. BIDS ON OLD BRICK. The city commissioners yesterday reel i vet I and opened bids for the purchase of fin* old paving bricks. The Beatrice Steel Tank company offers $1 per thousand for a hundred thousand of the lower course of bricks, the bidder to take them up. Victor Fang bid a dollar a thousand for the top course, the city to take them up and deliver (hem. O. J. King offers a lump sung $75. for all the Iowa r course between Court and Elhi street on Fifth street., Kilpatrick’ Bros, company of fees to remove the top course of bricks for them, and to take tim lower course and pay the city $2 5n per thousand. No action was taken on the bids. ON PALMER’S TRAIL. Inquiries have been made in this city for information relative to NY. h. Rainier of Kansas City, the consulting engineer on the lh at rice waterworks job. Ile is BRYAN AFTER TEDDY F” Nebraska Statesman Criticizes Bull Mooser’s Past Record as President. DOUBTFUL IN THE FUTURE More Trusts Were Born During His Administration Than Ever Before. Idaho Springs. Idaho. Sept. 21. Addressing a large crowd bere today, William J. Bryan devoted most of his lime to an attack upon the trusl progrant and (lie trust record of Colonel Roosevelt. Ile declared that more trusts were horn during Roosevelt’s administration than at any other period in the history* of tin* I lilted Stat* s. I Ie denounced what he called Roosevelt's willful failure to take advantage of tin opportunity presented him to cold red combine,s and settle the trust question before it became so serious. After leaving lore, Bryan will deliver many’ rear platform speeches enroute to Pocatello, where lie will deliver an address tonight. From Pncalella, Bryan THE WATER PAGEANT. ♦ THE WEATHER. + Forecast:    Fair Sunday. * ***************** * tin* city and give, concerts Wednesday’ morning and evening and Thursday morning. A large number of Cortland people have signified their intention of accompanying their band and will take in the festivities. ’Flirt Blue Springs hand will play Thursday afternoon and Friday morning and evening, and tin* Clatonia band will be here all day Friday. Both hands will be accompanied by largo crowds front their respective, towns. 7'he famous Bungling Bros, hand will give concerts on one day which will he announced later. This is one of the hest organizations in the world, playing nothing blit classical selections. It will In* a rare treat for visitors in the city. READY FOR BOXING BOUT. Everything is in readiness for In* boxing and wrestling exhibitions to he given iii firemen's hall rn South Filth street next Tuesday evening. Tin* first wrestling preliminary will he between Ernest Schaekcl and Harry .loins, bes* two falls in three, i ii** second will be be- SENIORS ENJOY OUTING. The Senior class of the Beat Officers Reddick, Hit man and Bales rounded up Roscoe and Leonard Warner. Orville Af on re and .lohn Larimore at ail each ,    ,    , . i , rice high school enjoyed an out-hour this morning and lodged I    *    ..... them in the city quay’. They are horse traders and were camping in Oleitovcr. The officers were called as Roscoe Warner and Orville Moors goes to Los Angeles to begin his af tim present time a plaintiff in [California campaign. a Iii). I suit against the Kansas City Star, and the attorneys for the defendant are “looking him up” in tin* city.    % The Iii incuts which the paper j  .........     ... to Palmer in cornice J river will top the climax. IT; ,* ; Plymouth. Although the Ply-1 ionlly every member of the Nee-1 wont It man outweighs Stewart by Haun-Chee Caum* club iN busy | twenty pounds, the Beatrice man planning decorations for his ca (believe; that lie can win. i ! Friday will he the big day of I suit grew out of state the Fall Festival, and the big pa-D'veeu Dr. E. F. Stewart, of this published I rndo of boats aud canoes on thcM'iP" and Theodore Hottscholz of in regard lion with a contract at that place It was started about a year ago were engaged in a battle royal, and both men had been badly beaten up when the officers arrived. AII four of the men were under the influence of liquor. The party* is made up of four men, two women and four children. ’File women and children were allowed to remain in the wagons last im gilt. Mrs. Moor**, one of the women iii the party, says her husband served time in the Kansas penitentiary for counterfeiting, and that he came to Grand Island some time ago and met her. She left him there with four children, and since that time she has been traveling with Moore. She has three children with her. mg yesterday afternoon in Kilpatrick "s grove north of town. "Wienies” were roasted over a bonfire built by the boys. aud all present greatly enjoyed the feed. Outdoor games were indulged in. and tin* affair will long he remembered by those in attend alice. CALL FOR BLOODHOUNDS. hoc, and the boys are certainly entering into the spirit of the festival. The next on the program will he a leu round boxing exhibition el ween Kid Sullivan of Butte, AYRES GETS INTO POLITICS The legion of friends of J. A. Ayres in this community will learn with much pleasure ami interest that he has bi en nominated for the position of county' auditor iii his home county in the state of Washington. 'Flu* people of that state evidently take into consideration a min a’s qualifications and fitness when passing out. nominations for county offices. lf the electors approve their own action in making this nomination by electing Mr. Ayres at the forthcoming election, the < & lice of county auditor for the succeeding term at least will he filled by a luau who is competent and honest, and well worthy' of the honor. Mr. Ayres was it one time traveling representative in NL bra,ska aud Kansas for the Beatrice Iron Works. He was formerly en- R. X. Fulton left for Alexan (Ilia. Neb., this morning at. I o’clock in an automobile with a pair of bloodhounds, being called there to assist the authorities in apprehending someone who had set, fire to a barn and ontbuild-ims near that place. Mr. Fulton expected to reach Alexamliia about J a. rn. RACE HORSE DEAD. John S. Wilkins, a pacer in L. X Miller's string of horses, died at Nelson. Neb., yesterday’ morning. The horse had been raced the day’ before and had shown no symptoms of sickness until a short, lime before lie died. John S. Wilkins had been owned by Mr. Miller of this city for some time.—Wymoreau. HAS BLOOD POISONING. J. ll. Morris of Holmesv ille has blood poisoning in his right hand, and for tile last few days has suffered considerably. Ile and Dr. Noble of Holmesville. had planned to go to Washington on a hunting trip, hut were obliged to postpone it on account of Mr. Morris' condition. Mrs. Frank /inn returned home yesterday from an extended trip to points in Michigan and Canada. She reports a very enjoyable vacation. The committee have secured Bout., and Clarence English of some valuable prizes which will •(Mocha. They are considered the he awarded to the best d .rated , !’ils,,‘st in ,ll‘‘ '"^iness. and lovers of Hie water craft. \ny person i'*1' ,ll(‘    'v,'° attend will un is eligible to try for these prizes, jrioubtedly be given a good enter-alid they will be well worth the j tainineiit. effort. Th.* committee d.-*i,vs that    LINEUP FOR TODAY. owners ot row    boats decora!^ aud try    for    tie prizes,    j The Beatrice Mink Leaguers Some people a re under the im "'ll l**ave today about 12:30 pression that    (he    prizes are only    "'• lock in automobiles for Crete for members    of    the    canoe club,    I    they will play the Crete but this is not the ease.    jk‘am- l)r T .S*    wil1 i“*~ ,    i    !company the nine and aet as inn* The committee have a number I . J .    i • lure. of extra boats and anyone deair-A hip to a.......-air  al Clin pol on.-1    Till* lineup " ill bi* as follows: from tim   II re    whirl, is    l;'"S eslrlirr; Ii,.IU, pitcher; matte up «f XI. lo I’own-s. Harry ,    llrsl    bu*-: Warren, sec-  ......cli ait.! Harry Al,I,,nisi.    base; Ha,-I,rh, third has..; j Dye, shortstop; Reed, leit field; Dull, center field; Zimmerman, right field; Lcnhart, substitute. JUDCMFN1 FOR PEASE. MAY PLAY BENEFIT GAME Judge Enlow has rendered his decision in the ease of Robert Pease against the C. IL & Q. Rail-    ^    -- way company for damages in*    k •s'- Kelly, who is acting favor of tin plaintiff by which ; ,s s,,civfnry and treasurer of the Air. Pease gets judgment for $171.Sti in the first and third causes of tin* action. The second cause was dismissed by tin* judge. Ile held that th*1 company could not he held for damages sustained beyond its own lines. The railroad company v ill have to pay the costs of the suit. 7’lie company will probably appeal their ease. MUSIC DURING FESTIVAL. A. T. Milburn, chairman of tin* music committee, has made final arrangements for the hands which will hi here during the Fall Festival. This will insure plenty of good music all of tin* tine during tin* week. The Beatrice Military hand, which, needs no introduction to Gage* county people, will give concerts every day, both morning anil evening. Tho Cortland bund will he in Beatrice Mink Leaguers, is making plans to play a benefit game of ball for IL McDaniel, who had the misfortune to break his leg at Liberty at few days ago. The ga nm will In* played some time the coming week. HUNDREDS DYING. SI an gliai. Sept. 21.—Hundreds are dy ing daily of starvation in Chekiang province, according to messages today’ from missionaries who have been investigating there. I ii less relief conies, 100,,-tHKt vv ill have perished soon, it. is stated. Crops were wiped out by tin* recent flood. COTTON CROP DAMAGED. -Austin, Tex., Sept. 21.—Reports of severe damage to the cotton crop north and west of here came in today", following last night’s wind and rain storm. ;