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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1913.
11 DIRECTUM I WINS 2:05 PACE Suns Away with Event in Making Debut on Western Track. TO FRONT ON THE STRETCH X.nrffo Field j and Close Finishes Mark Openlasr Chapter of F1tc Dnr Grand Crlcnlt Meet nt Detroit DETROIT, Mich., Sept. J 6s Largo fields and close finishes marked the opening yesterday of a five-day Grand Cir cuit harness meeting' here. Directum I, making his debut on a western track, ran 'away with the 2:06 pace. Pressed tor & time In the first heat by Flower Direct, the sensational pacer came to the front on tho stretch, secured a safe lead and came under 'the wire wltfiout greatly exerting himself. The second and final heat was all Dl rectum's. lie made the last quarter mile In 0:29Vi against a stiff breeze and won the heat In 2.-03&. i Marta Bellln, the favorite, was beaten In the S:20 trot. The brown mare took the first heat, bitt broke In the second. WestervlIIe Girl, driven by Andrews. .passed her and then took the succeeding' heats. Andrews guided Kewxell to 'victory in the 2:09 trot. Summaries: 2:20 trot, three In flvo. purse H.000: . IWestervlllo GlrL br. m.. by Gal- betor-Becular (Andrews) 8 1 llarta. Bellini br. m., by Bellini. Monesta (Dlckerson) 1 10 1 1 jxju jjewey, d, m (Mccoyi 2 2 utoroni, on. g. (McCarthy) 6 The Mason, b. g. (Cox) T Maxlne, b. m. (Talbot) t Lena Rivers, blk. m. (McDon ald) 4 Todd Swift, br. s. (Ealube). ...,. 6 On Conn, b. s. (Russell) 10 Vergllues. br. h. (Teaoheout).... 9 E 5 9 9 7 7 8 dr tUln, b. ra. (Grapentlen) ...ds or. w. u., d. g utauiourn) as Time, 2:1114. 2:UVi. 2:11. :12H. 2.-C6 pace, two In three, purse $2,000: Directum I, ch. h., by Directum Kelly-Izetta (Ryan) 1 1 Flower Direct, b. m. (Whitehead).... 2 3 (Walter Cochato, blk. s. (Lege). ....... S 2 Branham Baughman, b. s. (Cox) 6 4 Ixmrworth B., b. g. (Murphy).,.".'.... 4 S fiomebrewer, b. g. (Snow) 9 6 Time, 2:0414. 2:0394. 2:16 pace, three In five, purse 52,000: tDel Itey, b. h.. by Nutwood WJlkes- Charles Derby (Cox) Ill Margot Hal, b, m. (McDonald) 2 2 2 The Assessor, ch. sr. (Geers) 4 4 2 Holly Brand, b. g. (Chlldot) 5 3 4 Cleo Bu ch. m. (Hedrlck) 3 6 5 Ararat Patch, oh. s (Dunn).-. ds Time. tti&L, 2:07, 3:07.' - 1 2:09 trot, two In three, -purse j$l;000: Newzell, b. gr by New Leaf-Haisel ' letta, by Garnet Wilkes (Andrews).. 1 Derby Boy. b. g. (McCarthy). ..2 3 Xody G rattan, ch. m. (Cox).., ,.. 8 J Dago, b. sr. (Grady) 3 4 Denimoro, b. h. (Loomla) .,, 4 s urand uarsnau, dik. g. (Bnow) 11 5 Creosote,, b. g. (Ray) 6 12 Bon. Zolock, ib. g. (Grasslon) 6 9 Farmer Spears, b. s. (Teachout) 9 7. Frank L., b. p. (Amundsen). ... 7 U Lillian Arnold, b. m. (Geers) 10 8 Myrtle Granett, blk. m. (Jamison). ...13 10 Kid Cupid, ch. g. (Spencer) 12 da Time. 2.-05U. i:07H. Mulhall Played and His Story Denied by Emery of the N.A.M. WASHINGTON, Sept 18. The defense of the National Association of Manufac turers to the charges of a checkered and Improper political career In Washington and elsewhere, made by Its former "lob byist," Martin M. Mulhall, was concluded tonight by James M. Emery, chief agent of the association In the capt'eX For nearly .three ,hours Emery. Addressed then house lobby committee. He made a de tailed denial of MiilhalVs charges that the association packed congressional com mittees; that It rode rough-shod over1 those members who opposed Its legislative- will; that It campaigned with frequency and at great expense to elect its favored congressional friends and that 'It spent several hundred thousand dollars In' "lobby work" through Mulhall and him self. ' Referring to Mulhall; himself, Emery surpassed In condemnation any- of tho public men who have taken the stand In the Investigation to attack the lobbyist's remarkable story. OPPOSITION TO TEACHERS BEING PAID BY THE HOUR CHICAGO, Sept. 16. High school prin cipals protested today to Superintendent of Schools Ella Flags Young, against teachers being p&ld'by the hour,- declaring it put teaching on a basis of a trade. The objectors declared that the results of a teacher's' work cannot be calculated on an hour and minute basis, and that such a plan would lower the standard of the profession. .. r -r ' - I err a, Jfews Nater. - rOGAN-Mrs. NellJeT Kepnedy, aged 72 years, mother ofDr. C. 8. Kennedy, sus tained a broken arm In falling here Saturday. Notwithstanding the severity of her Injury and advanced age sbn is doing well, according to reports received from the home this morning, 8,A c!3r7g' ,1- Harter. G. W. Patee S?AJ?' W. Chalfant have bought of 8. M. El wood the garage property occupied by J. J. Harter and have organised, a newjtlrm, to he known as the Harter Autocompany, it is planned to ereat a new .fireproof .garago this year. ' , ,?,hW9fiAn unidentified. .man was juiijh m ouiuinon, in aims county, yes terday by a fast freight on the Wabash railroad. Ho is about five feet eleven Inches tall and will weigh 170 pounds and was dressed In new blue overalls, jacket and elkskln shoes. The body Is held at Malvern. IiOGAN Mrs. J. If. Schmidt, aged 72 years, passed away at the family resi dence here yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock as a result of a stroke o'f apo plexy Friday, September 5. The funeral services vill be held at the Christian church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Surviving are the husband, two daughters and two sons. SAC CITY Th e Sao City canning fac tory closed the corn canning season Fri day, September 12, after running prac tically only three weeks', almost the shortest season on record Th .hn,. season was due to the fact that the acre ageplantcd this year was much less than usual-and the yield In tnnn nr considerably lighter than in years of jteri eraltheavy com crops. The factory ran only one line, of machinery, or half its capacity, throughout the pack. About 209 people -were mpJoyd during -the three weeks and about 7tO.00O cans of corn were packed, or 80.000 cases. The quality of the corn packed was good, as it was all brought in at the proper stage of maturity and" was practically all canned the same day it left the fields. tX)GAN CI tl ze n s of Harrison county, especially those on the Transcontinental line, are greatly pleased over the final location of the Uncoln highway, as it means so much to the farmers and real dents of towns on or near the route. Dr, M. A. Humphrey of Logan, Prof. M. A, Reed of -Woodbine, B. J, Moore of - Dun lap and F. A. Heath of Missouri Valley, presidents of their respective Commercial clubs, have been in consultation with other business men, such a Almor Stern, WV It Johnson, i - H. McCabe, Dr. C. H. Kennedy of Logan and equally good men of the other towns concerning the success of the Lincoln highway and selection of delegates to the American Road Con gress to be held at Detroit In the near future, Doubtless a mass convention will be held here for. the final selection of committee and the transaction of such other business as might bo necessary for the successful location and construction I the proposed road. List of Assignments of Ministers of Des Moines Conference MOUNT AYR., Ia., Sep. 16.-(8peolaU-Btshop Bristol, who presided over tho Des Moines conference of' the Methodist Episcopal church, announced the follow lng appointments yesterday afternoon: district superintendent! Blanehard, It W. Dacki Council Bluffs, Broadway, G W. L. Brown;: Epworth, A. B. Adams; Fifth Avenue, J. E. Mathcny; Trinity, A. C. Bonham. Coin, A. R. Miller: Defiance, H. A. Douglass; Dow City, Joseph Ste phen; Denlson, J. II. Sensenyi Dunlap, A. W. Harned; Essex, Jasper Weber; Farragut, A. W. Armstrong: Glen wood, Wtlllam Stephenson; Hamburg, A. A. Walburn; Imogene, Peter Jacobs; Little Sioux, superintendent: Locust Grove. Fred Meade! I-ociin. M. M. Cable: Magnolia. supplied, S. E. Meyer; Malvern, Frank. uaiaweii, Manilla, R. iw wasor; no-. Clelland, superintendent, E. J. Zumstog; Missouri Vajley, L. S, Carter: Modale, J. II. FlndleyH.Neola supplied; North boro. C, A. Calkens; Baculo Junstlon, W. A. Bouar: Persia; superintendent, E. W. Bates: Blverton, A. R. Grant; Shenan dJah F. W. Simpson; Sidney, E. W. F. Re Qua; Sliver City1, W. H. Doyle Ta bor, G. C. McDaugall; Thurman, G, K. Mangun; Woodbine, W. N. Graves. AUantlo Dlstrlct-E. W.McDade, dtst- .sonuAdeU C. E. Cannom; AnlU, C.- Ci smith; Atlantic Ellas Hanay; Auauoon, Carson, W, T Rink; Casey, F. T. Steven on;.D.edham ct.c. Lylcs; Dg6to, J. F.i Davis; Dexter, E. A. Moore; Earlham, C. II. Minor; Earlham City,, superinten dent. W. A. Woyrauch;.Elllott,s Jackson' Glddens; Extra, It P. Grlnyer; Grant, C. F. Smith: Oris wold, C. P. Johnson; Gtrth rla Center. A. J. Mathews! Hancock. W. C. Smith; Harlan, - Edwin C. MoDade',' Hastings. M. A aanie: KirKinan ana ir- win, C. W. Peer; Lewis, Frank Been; Macedonia, It D. Glassburn: Manning, E. B. BcoggariVMenlo, M. Stahl; North Branch, F. C,vTler; Oakland, M. It' T11V! Rhlhv.. f? M. Word! Btuiirt- G.' T. Robtrts; Tennant, W. E. Harvey; Van Meter, supplied by Fred Ingvoistaa; wal nut E. R. Stoud: Wlato. J. N. Hosier. : Des Moines District. A. E. Slowthower district superintendent; Altoona, D. j. mc- mokoj'; Ankeny, j. c pike; BerwicK,, superintendent, J. E. Simmers; Browns and Plalnvlew, to be supplied; Carlile, A. E. Georce: Central and Pleasant 111(1., A. H. Adams; Colfax. E. Prultt Des' Moines, Aabury, E. c Fintei; capital' Hill Park. M, JB. Goodrich: Easton Place, superintendent, -EB. Frye; First, John U Hlllman; FgSrtt Des Moines, C. W., Brewer;. Grace'HIgley; Highland Park,, T 13 lit u . -1H..I.H -a.i.u -14- T. P. Fegan; Missions, Italian, Angela W.' 'Trinity, Et M.-": Wesley, M. E.' iMetnerctt: Des Moines city, superinten-. mvra. J. Armstra'ntr: Indlanola. C. R. Balr: Mingo, R. A. Griggsby; Mingo, R- A. Grlssby' Mltbheltvlllo. W. B. Klght;i Monroe, C. 'H.'HIller! Norwalk, G. W.i Wood: Orrllla and Commerce. G. W-..Car-1 tin; Patterson, FV V.i'Warnor; Peru;1! J'L-j jonnson; jficastant tiuruiry, supertnien-t dent. Carl Clarke; Pleasantvtlle, G. W.i Pulmer; Polk City, John Harned: Prairie uity, juuoic vornees;- uantiago ana vai-. erla, superintendent, A. M. Braceweli; Spring Hill, H. C. Adams. St Charles.' W. W. Wljllams; Somerset Fred Harris Swan and Bandyvllle, superintendent, S., 21. Morris; vaiiey jupction, is. a. Thomas, Wlnterset, W. G. Hohanshelt; Winter set City: J. J. Prultt Creston- District A, H. Collins, district superintendent; Afton, C. A. Carlson: Arlape, F. N. Redlngor; Bedford, J. W.. uooasen; uraayvuie, Kay Thomas; Brldgewater, E. J. Laird:, Brooks, W. E. Shugg; Carbon, superintendent, E. E. Garrett: Carl. F. E. Whitney: Clarlnda. A.-. 8. Woodard; Clearfield: B. B. 8. i-ratner; college springs, Enoch HHir Conway, R. E. Mitchell: Corning, J. W. Taylor: Creston, L. K. Btlllngsly; Cum berland, Alfonso .Breellrig; Emerson, B. It vn Dyke: Fontenel J. O. Smith; Gravity, W. H. Shlpman: Greenfield, J. 8. Young: Hebron, Josoph Penn; Kent, Roy N. BDoorierr ' KnaWlfHn: Ivan n. Mills; Lenox, W. A. organ; Lorlmer, J. A. Ross: Macksbunr. L. B. Shannon! Vm. sens, D. I- Hower; Nevlnimie, H. M. Bet tenhousen: New jMarkeU J. JO. Carder: Nodaway. E. fl. Stet?m-tHv! ririn .r." -m .uiuunrui i-rescoii, jiw. tiarwooa; ea .uaK,.ii- r. Wllliss Rea Ook Ct.,Q.C. Ftannery; Shambaugh, J. A. Nayles; Shannoti City. N. P. Rarton! Vllllupjf. t! S. Menoher, Vllltsca Ct, J. N. McCurdyf ioriown, hi. 11. joraan. Boono District R. E- Shtiw. district superintendent! Ames. T- R. Vhumton: Ames circuit superintendent, M."T. But-' terfleld: Bagley. W, It Larrick; Bayard, . riKni; iioone, r irsi cnurcn, Ut u, Crlssman; Boone Marlon Street church, A. L. Golden; Jlouton, to be supplied; Cambridge, J, S,,Boreman: Carroll S. G. Lewis: Churdan. C. B. Guest: Collins. supplied; Colo, G. It Johnson: Cooper, B. C. McGUvrey! Coon Ranlds. Carl Brown; Dana, R. J. Tennant:, Dallas, vsmor, u, r. Arnouii uiuiaen, j, u. uoya, uranu juiicuim, 11. u. t cnamDers; Ja macla. T. O. Atent Jefferson. Jav Kirk. dall: Lanesboro, W. B. Cox: Linden. Fred McGlumphrey; Luther A. Knoll; Madrid, It B. Harney; Maxwell. W. B. Thomp son: MlnbUrn. W. T fnnn(nr-"Jvot1o W. E. Hardaway; Ogden, H. G. Hicks; Panora. W. It Booth: Patnn. .IV. a. Lower; Perry, J. M. Williams;,. Pilot Aiouna, supennienaent, j. a. Howard; Qulncy and Pleasant Hill, B. O. Lyle: Redfleld, C. W. Hohanshelt; Rlppey, 'A.' F. Conrey; Scrahton, L. B. Carpenter: iimuwira, j, ti, iievenage; yaie, j. f, Porterfield. Charlton District A. A. Thdnipson, dist rict aupedntendent; Allerton, D. J. Shen- i?J7.l. "eaconsrieia, e. Durant; BlocUton, William Mercer; Cambria, O. R. Jones; CnaJton. E, E. Ilgen Frits: Columbia J- Pll: Corydon, M. Holmer; Dallas, A. Jervls; DavIs City, E. C. Place Decatur. 3, A. E. Cunnlnrlinm. narhu B Lfc,Sfone: Diagonal, C.7il. Edmond son; Ellston, H. W. Brewer; Garden iv ?i "?unK urna mver, p. h, Hawk! HODOVllle. R. W. MAVr. TInm.,. ton, R. B. Bheppord; Jamison, Charles fvciierion, victor Heet; Lacona, C. E. Bennett: Lamonl. to be supplied: Carklll: MUIeVsvllle. minnll- Milrt t xt Woodward: Mount Avr. w. tt. r-.'n.l Mount Ayr circuit, to be supplied; Mur ray. L. E. Ripley; New Virginia, F. M. Stephenson; Oakley, C. J. KInrade: Os ceolav C. L. Boyers; Promise City, It E. Copelandr Redding, A. M. Eastman: Rus f'tn. M. Sblpman: Seymour. A. .v. on; Woodburn. F. N. Perkins. MRS. MAE EVANS -PLEADS GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER SIOUX FALLS, 8. D... Sept 18. Plead ing guilty In the circuit court hera tn. day to manslaughter, Mrs. Mae Evans or ADeraeen, u. o., escaped trial on a charge of murder for shooting to death Dr. E. L. Mcore In a roomlnar here May 26. Moore was an Instructor in tne veterinary department of the stats agricultural couege ana state veter inarian. The -woman, shot and danger ously wounded herself, bub recover! The tragedy was the result of love affair of the pair. , The penalty carries a minimum term of four- years. Culls from the Wire Members of the supreme council. Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of the northern Masonic Jurisdiction, comprising fifteen states north of Mason and Dixon s line, are In Philadelphia to cele brate the one hundredth' anniversary of the founding or their organization. progressive party strength in the house mivii a (iiviKcaatve vujiBrcuignai cam- Pslgn committee was organized and the nlr.ta.n nmfrra.atv., ' V. .n. a . ....... i'."n-" n.v iiuma 1111 Senator Miles .Polndexter was named on it Assistant Secretary of the Treasury rncrmuu .ucn uuniuuueu. uy leiegrapn yesterday that Captain Joseph York. commander of the schooner, George W, Wells, wrecked on the shoals off Hat teraa. substantiate- or withdraw his pub Urhed charge that a combination formed by life savers to buy wrecked vessels forced htm to sell the wreck of the Wells lor DRAFTED FROMMIHOR CLUBS One Hundred and Eight Elevated to the Major Leagues. BROWNS GET THIRTY PLAYERS Kbbetit Present-, Resolution to Clvc Tennis LoTrest In Itnces Chance to Obtain First Cnll on Men, CINCINNATI. O., Sept. 16.-One hun dred and eight minor league players were elevated to the major leagues via tho draft route hero today when the American leaguo obtained sixty-seven players by draft while the National leaguo annexed forty-one minors at the drawing, .which was made before the Ra tional Base Ball commission. The St. Louis American league club was by far the luckiest in the draw, obtaining thirty players, more than one-fourth of tho to tat ntimber obtained by all major league teams. . The Cincinnati team was second next with ten, Detroit with nine, the Philadelphia Americans- and. the Boston Nationals had eight each, Brooklyn ob tained seven: Boston Americans, five; New York Nationals, five;-Chicago -Na tionals, four: Philadelphia Nationals. three: Cleveland ahtC Pittsburgh and the Now York Americans got two tach while the Washington and the St LoUls Na tionals obtained one each. The drawing of the major league teams for Class A and Class AA players re sulted as follows: - IIott Dravlnar Resulted, St , Louis Americans, eight; Detroit Americans and Boston Nationals, six each;' Brooklyn and Chicago Nationals, three each; Chicago Americans and Cleveland Americans, two each; New York Americans,- Washington, Phlladel phla.and Cincinnati, one each. Owing to a 'new National commission rule, stipulating that the major clubs drawing for players from a minor league club must 'bo selected by lot before the player'. Is, tho names of the players to be obtained by tho majors from Class A and Clan AA were not announced Imme diately, However, the. names of quite a number of the players. to bo chosen were given out -unofficially' tonight,, -among them belrig:' 1 trBy .Detroit1 Williams- of. Sacramento: by Chicago .Americans,;' Uarhdur' frofti Lincoln, Neb.jby, -Cleveland, Wood frpm Sioux City; by Brooklyn Nationals, Rlg gert,'from St Paul, Gamier from New ark and Kraft from Ne.w Orleans', while Herbert from Toronto was also trans ferred to Brooklyn' by' tho' Chicago Na tionals' In .exchange-for Zabel of Winni peg1 and Keating of Columbus, Ga.; Cin cinnati, Nelhoff of Louisville; Chicago Nationals, Johnston of San Francisco; Boston Nationals,- Crutcher of St. Jo seph;. New York Nationals, Johnson of Omaha. tittle Other Business. Little business other than that of the drafting was taken up by the National commission today, but a resolution by President Ebbets of the Brooklyn club of the National league was submitted. It aim's to revise the drafting rules so as to glvo the teams which are lowest In the league races the chance to obtain first call On the players that "are drafted, and briefly. Is as follows: 'There shall be sixteen drafts, selec tions numbered from one to sixteen, which Uhall be awarded to the sixteen major' leagues' olubs. "Tho National league and .the Amert Can league shall-determine by lot "Which leaguo shall have the odd numbered selec tions and which the even numbered. "The league securing the odd numbers shall award selection one to Its eighth place club, number three to the seventh place club and so on up to the leading club, which shall recelvo selection fifteen. IIott SelectlotM Awarded.- 'The league securing the even numbers shall award selection two to its eighth place club, number four to the seventh place club' and so on up to the leading club 'of the league, which shall receive selection sixteen. "The sixteen major league clubs repre sented by officials of their respective clubs, at the drafting meeting, shall, as their numbers wo announced in numerical HERE'S A PROPOSITION! If you'll just step instdo our store for a few moments, we'll put our time against yours and show you the handsomest $16,50 and $26.00 fall suits in tho latest models your eyes ever rested upon! Tho chevipt and worsted fab rics are vcry.,choice; the cut and the tailoring is perfect; all the llttlo niceties in style quirks In make and trimming havo been taken care otl Remember, we are strong on special values, offering our trade 120.00 suits for $16.60, and 130.00 suits' tor 125.00. 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