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TIiX OMAHA DAiLY BEE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1002.
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roa PURITY. FLAVOR
COSTS NO MORE THAN OTHERS
GET IT AT Y0U3 GROCERS
TRADE NEEDS COLD WEATHER
Dtra Sajs Mild Daji Betard Purchaws in
INCREASED WAGES WILL STIMULATE SALES
The only double-track railway betwaen
iht Missouri Rivar and Chicago.
Koum Sleeping ("an: BuHet-Smoktug
sod Library Can; Dining Can; Free
KecHuIng Chair Can, a ad modern
The routs of the famous train
Equipment and Tim tho Past.
Pullman Compartment and Drawing
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
5 Daily Trains to
For tickets and Information apply
'. to office of General Agent,
HOI and 1403 Farnam SI.
CHICAGO C NORTH-WESTERN RY.
Where it Belongs:
The refinement of quality and
the perfect development of
America's best whiskey
i . . .
f. laces It where it-justly belongs, viz.: ,
n tho cellars and buffeta of those who '
KNOW THE SEST
LIKE THE BEST
BUY THE BEST
nii at all flritalaia car,, and by jobbers. 1
la all DISEASES
on it OISOKDERS
12 year of sua
ccaaful practice la
VARICOCELE HYDROCELE and
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from (irM t VICTIMS TO
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OR- SEARLES & SEARIES. 2t2A
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Treats all forma at
IT Tram Experience,
17 Year In Omaha.
Hla rrwnarkable auo
caa haa nav.r been
equaled and tvny day brings many flatter
ing" reports or in goou oa is ooing. or me
reaet be ras given.
Hot Scrim Traatmant for S.nhilis
And all Blood Polaona. NO "BRKAK1NQ
OUT" oa the akin or f ce and all external
signs ot tk. dbwM disappear at one
BLOOD DISEASE "L"r?.u
Ultlinnnf I C Cures guaranteed la
AnlwUwCLL LtssruAH oua.a.
t)lfeK ilU.UUJ eus-oe"miy,ioaso
....., uuuUiii uiacbarge. tiuiclura,
UiHt, Kidney aud liiauuar Uiaeaaca, il
""WUICK CURE-LOW CHARGES.
TimUuuI by uiul. 1. O. Wua . OlUca
ovar ua a. luu atrtat, btracau f'ajuaiu aa
tar nnd Coke Shortrtaa (oatlnori,
with o Immedlatv Proaprrt of Re
lief, (onafqarntlr Firm llea
Itate to Accept Orders.
NEW TORIf. Vnv 21 R O. Dun A Cn 'a
Veekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
Say: Voluntary Increases In wages by
some of the largest railways In the coun
try bear testimony of the amount of bul-
rtns nanuieci in trie past and emphasize
thu confidence of officials In continued
heavy traffic. Moreover, by this addition
of large sums to the purchasing power of
railway employes there Is assurance of a
lnrger demand for all atapla .lines of merchandise.
Temporarily sales of seasonable lines of
wearing apparel are retarded by mild
weather, but this loss will be fully made up
wnen low temperatures Become general.
Preparations for holiday trade are on an
unprecedented scale, especially at Interior
points. There Is no relief to the conges
tion or railway traffic, or any Immediate
pi expect of free movements at the points
of the most serious blockades.
Coal freight Is steadily aalnlnc and all
railway earnings thus far reported for No
vember exceed last year's by t.t Der cent
and those ot 1M0 by 16. per cent.
uraers era now coming- rorward ror Iron
nd steel Droducts that have been held
bark many months In expectation of an
easier market. Instead of maklne- conces
sions, however, producers ask premiums for
eariy uenvery ana hesitate to accept con
tracts where material and fuel are not In
iso relief Is reported to toe movement of
coke, neither Is any anticipated for some
time to come; In fact, one authority sug
gests that the situation will not become
normal before April. Imports relieve some
departments of the industry.
Plans for constructive work are now In
creasing and a large tonnage of structural
material will be required. As the present
congestion is due to inadequate facilities
tne most importunate inquiry is for rail
way equipment. Activity Is notable at
works making agricultural Implements,
bolta and kindred lines. Recent reductions
In a few of the lighter forms stimulated
dealings to a fair degree.
Silver Toadies Lowest Polat.
Bllver bullion declined to the lowest price
on record and copper and tin also receded
from former quotations. London was a
conspicuous factor' In these changes.
Heavy lines of dry goods and footwear
need the stimulus of cold weather.
A fairly steady demand la reuorted for
staple cotton goods, but buyers are taking
only for Immediate requirements. Weak
ness in materiai gave an eaaler tone on
forward shipments, yet the margin be
tween spot and distant deliveries Is ex
ceedingly narrow, while the moderate In
quiry In raw cotton steadied the market
lor goods, orders ror spring shoes are
coming forward freely, and there Is sup
plementary buying of winter goods on a
model ate scale.
Retailers have much more money tied
up In rubber goods for which there haa
been little demand.
Roth sole and upper leather are quiet.
Foreign buying of hemlock is somewhat
No concessions are obtained on hides, ex
cept where new offerings are of Inferior
quality, although tne western markets are
quiet. Dry hides are fully maintained la
tho local market, supplies being light.
Failures number 2m in the United -States,
agalnnt 218 last year, and 24 In Canada,
compared with 81 a year ago.
Baslaess So Heavy Traasportatloa Fa-
duties Are Inadeqaate.
NEW YORK. Nov. tl.-Bradstreefs to
morrow will say:
Favorable conditions still govern trade.
unseasonable weather la complained of as
restricting the movement of winter goods
at retail and delaying collections at a few
points, but it is not to be rorgotton that
present temperatures favor the growth of
the cotton crop and a larger yield than
heretofore expected, while It la enabling
the railroads to make a far better, fight
against the prevsllkng freight congestion
than was earner deemed possible.
Export trade returns look better than
preliminary reports foreshadowed. Agri
cultural products, owing to high prices,
have gone abroad In smaller volume than
expected, but there Is evidently a larger
movement of manufactured goods.
The railroad situation Is certainly a re
markable one. The complaint Is no longer
one of car shortage, of lack of motive
power or even of Insufficient yard faclll
ties. The fact Is becoming appreciated that
the buslners of the country offered to tha
ranroaos is so large that new measures
must be devised to meet new conditions.
The strength of the raw material has
been of benefit to tha cotton goods mar
ket, wntcn. However, remains quiet.
The woolen goods situation la without
Leather and hides have ruled steady In
price and manufacturers report a good
The feature brought out In telegrams
to Hrndstreet's this week Is the Increased
activity noted by Jobbers In holiday gooda,
especially the better grades of Jewelry
and fancy products.
Fancy groceries are moving more freely.
The Iron trade situation Is stronger than
a week ago. Pig Iron prices for Immedi
ate delivery are slightly higher. The fuel
scsrclty still dominates the situation and
prevents high production approaching more
nearly to a parity with consumption. West
ern buying of pig iron haa not been notably
active, but a sharp demand Is observed at
the east. Bessemer pig is Wo higher at
Pittsburg and at Philadelphia. Western
steel rail mills are reported to have sold
practically tneir enure iims production.
Plate and structural men are heavily aold
ahead and the latter contlnuea quite active,
despite the advanced stags of the season.
Qood slsed transactions In steel billets are
reported at Pittsburg. There la little new
to report among the nnisnea products.
Heavy hardware la reported quieter at
western markets, but light hardware Is
Wheat, Including flour, exports for the
week ending November 20 aggregate 6.177.682
du., against ..tai.ieu laat ween, d.bis.sao in
thla week laat year and S.a27. In 1M0.
Wheat exporta since July 1 aggregate 10$,-
ru.. against 7S.lZ4.24s last season and
T5.z&2,3k7 In lauu.
Corn exports-aggregate Z43.3S2 bu., against
rn,!01 last week, 44f,J61 last year and 4.256,-
doa in lA.
For the fiscal year exports are 14.463.ia
bu., against 18,823,169 laat aeason and 9,S0,.
661 In 1900.
Ruslnesa failures for the week ending
Thursday November 30, number 201, aa
against 2C6 last week and 3 in thla week
last year, ror Canada for the week 19,
against iu last. weea.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Boar Signature ftf
Pse8tsBUs WrassMS BeSsaj.
take as sagaaV
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FCI T0IP1B LIYII.
YORK TOO STRONG FOR OMAHA
Wis. Gasne with HlgBi Sehoel fcy a
ror. f Tvresty t.
TORK. Neb. Nov. Il.-(Srcls1 Tels-
grsm.) In a gum of foot bsll today the
lork High school team won from the
Omaha High school rjy a score of 20 to 0.
The Omaha High school team was out
played at every point.
Thompson of Omaha kicked off forty
yards. York secured the ball and In four
minutes Ranta made a touchdown and
Brown kicked gosl. Omaha kicked off,
York advanced ard fumbled, Omaha failed
to gain and York had the ball. Line
smashes by Taylor and a long run netted
another touchdown. Brown kicking goal.
Omaha kicked off, York made kmall gains
and fumbled. Omaha was forced to kick
well In York territory: York wss gaining
rapidly when time was called.'
In the last half York kicked off. Omaha
tried criss-cross and was later forced to
punt. York punted past goal and was
downed, msklng a safety and two points.
Omaha kicked off. York returns and half
backs carry the ball rapidly to the goel.
Taylor makes a touch. (own and goal Is
kicked. Omaha kicked off, York gains, then
lose ball by otrside playa. Omaha lost ten
Vards In two plays and was forced to kick,
ork fumbled and Omaha braced, making
gains. York secured the ball and kicked.
Hurdling by Rogers made great gains.
York rapidly advances the ball, making a
touchdown. Brown kicked goal. Omaha
klcka off; Tork fumbled. Omaha lost on
downs. York mskea long punt In Omaha
territory. Omaha held on Omaha thirty
yard line for downs when time was called
with ball In York's possession.
Tomaett It E L B C. Browne
Thompaoa R Tl u T Jackaoo
Robartana U G L O Cmlfhtl.l
T. Putnam Cl C soTrl(a
Catnara h Ol R 0 Tarlor
gt.nicker LT R T Jaeee Ruaavr
Aaron. L E R C CravforS
8bl.ld. QBQB Jo, Ranaer
Loftue RH LH N.wmaa
Bumette L H R H Oabora
H. Putnam r B, r B Baata
RANSCH RIDES FOUR WINNERS
Iagleslde Bookies Get Inalngs, Wktera
Osly Os. of tka Favorites
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. . The book
makers finally had an Innings at Ingleeide
today, as the favorites faxed kadlv. All
Green being the only one to reward his
backers. The track was still alow. Proper
was plunged on again to win tha 2-year-old
event, but Polonlus beat him In a drive.
Ransch rode four winners. Results:
First race, six furlongs, selling: Estado
won, Asarlne second, Elkarn third. Time:
Second race, five and a half furlongs, for
z-year-oids, purse: Polonlus won. Proper
second. Organdie third. Time: 1:0.
Third race, one mile and 100 yards, sell
ing: canejo won, rormero second, learoyd
third. Time: 1:61.
Fourth race, six furlongs selling: All
Oreen won, Bedener second. Mountebank
third. Time: 1:16.
Fifth race, one mile, selling: El Pilar
won, Caatake second, Filibuster third.
Sixth race, futurity course, selling:
I Do Go won. Doren second, St. Phillpplna
third. Time: 1:13V.
OFFER GOOD ODDS ON YALE
Fakirs aad gtndents Mingle
leeae of Today's Bis;
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Nov. 11. An un
precedented crowd of college men and their
rrienos arnvea nere tonight and the vicinity
of Yale campus presents a scene of bustle
and excitement. Fakirs ami haskera aArl
to the din, and groups of enthualaaUo Col
legians shake money at each other In ef
forts to place wag era More money will
probably be placed upon the Issue of to
morrow's contest than an any previous
toot ball game. Yale la willing to give
odds, some small bets even being laid at
I to i. in tne main tne wagers are 1 to 1,
but larger wagers are cautiously placed.
Odds are even that Harvard will not score.
Wltk tka Bawlasa. .
The St. Charles lost three straight games
last nigni to tne usitnii on Lents Wil
liams' bowling; alleys. Score:
1st. 2d. Id. Total.
Furay 14 197 2 S6t
Nlgman 1 ift jm st
Zarp f. in ISO U 4A0
Huntington 11 111 in 661
Emery XA VH tut
Totals M Ml m I.T0
1st. 2d. Id. Total.
Frttseher 210 in m 874
Baden 181 163 180 64
rorscutt 177 lm 14 637
Keller 18S m 304 633
Schneider 144 170 153 47
Totals ST tO fit 1,636
Michigan Withdraws Objection.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 21. -The University
of Minnesota board of control haa with
drawn its objections to playing the Thanks
giving game with Michigan at Ann Arbor.
Freslder.t Endlcott wired today to the Mich
igan authorities that Minnesota accepted
tne suggestion .o maae tne cnarge,
Kearwey Wis. Cross Oraad Islaad.
KEARNEY, Neb., Nov. XL Spaelal Tele-
pam.i-i n, root oau same between Orand
Island and Kearney plsyed here today re
sulted In the defeat of the Orand Island
boys by s score of 11 to . Kearney made
two touchdowns In the first five minutes of
Iowa Champloa Wlas.
GREAT FALLS, Mont, Nov. 11. Eddie
Croak, champion of Iowa, knocked oat Ray
Zlgler, who claims the championship of tha
state of Washington. In the tenth round It
was one or tne nercesi catties ever seen
Pawaea Trlaaopha Over Beatrlea.
PAWNEE CITT. Neb.. Nov. 21. (Special
Telegram.) The foot ball game betwaen
the Pawnee and Beatrice Hlarh anhnnl
teams. In this city today reaulted In a
vitvory or i-awnee oj a score. or a to 0.
CHARTER RESTRICTS CITY
t. Joseph Has to atop Work Until
tka Next Legislators
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Nov. 21. Extensive
city improvements, Inoludlng tho paving of
many mllea of streets, will have to cease
by reason of limitations Imposed by tho
A meeting was held today, attended by
the mayor and all city officials, where a
new charter was drafted, which wlU bo In,
troduced aa soon aa tho legislature opens
fTVIXI iok hcaqachs.
JUDGE PRESIDES AT Y. M. C. A
Addresses Mlssenr! State Coaveatloa
aad Coasjratalates It oa
BT. JOSEPH. Mo.. Nov. 21. Judge Selden
P. Spender of St. Louis waa today chosen
chairman of tha Twenty-sixth annual state
convention ot the Young Men's Christian
association. He delivered an address on
the rapid growth of the association.
Three hundred delegates from all parts of
the state were present.
The sessions will continue three days.
THE REALTY MARKET.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Friday.
Omaha Realty company to David Cole
WV pf 44 feet lot i. block 101, Omaha. 35.600
w . W McCreary and wife to Mary L.
Cattln. lot 3, block i. Marvsvllle add. 100
First National bank to National Land
company. undlvH of s swW
ealt rialaa Deeda.
O. W. Phelps and wife to E. A. Phelps,
8x44 feet adjoining lot t. block U2V
Omaha ., J
Frank Thorn peon, executor, et al to
W. T. Daly, wv of eiai feet of
wlJO feet of e430 feet lot 3, Bartlett'a
Total amount of transfers sa.KS.
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fCERETA COUPON IN EVERY PACKAGE
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FIRE RAGES IN COAL MINE
Colorado Fwel aad Iron Cosspaay Xow
Haa Fresh Troahle to Cob.
TRINIDAD, Colo., Nov. tl. Tho En fie -villa
coal mine, alz mllea south of Trinidad,
owned by the Colorado Fuel and Iron com
pany, la on Are and the fire la beyond con
trol. Two men have lost their Uvea.
POLITO PERALTO, Mexican, aged 65.
The tire started yesterday near an aban
doned air shaft, 00 feet from the mouth of
the alope. it waa not considered serious
aad this morning 160 men were sent Into the
mine. Boon smoke and gas reached them
and they fled tor the open air.
The mine Is being flooded, but so far the
Are haa steadily gained headway.
The Englevllle mine Is one of the largest
In Colorado and has been producing 1,400
tons a day. It Is feared tbe present Ore
will ruin the mine.
The new knd ot General Arthur cigars
will please you If you care for good cigars.
LEVICiTS FATE WITH JURY
(Continued from Eighth Pais.)
Ingraham. postmaster and general mer
chant of Mount Ayr, who failed some time
ago with liabilities estimated at 1100,000,
will be argued before Judge McPherson
In the United States court tonight.
It is expected that In the consideration
of this case Judge McPberson will decide
an interesting law point. The creditor!
f Ingraham's estate are seeking to bare
his homestead made subject to certain
claims which they hold. The statute specif
ically provides that the homestead of
a bankrupt is exempt from the claims of
all creditors, except the state. In this case,
however, tbe creditors claim that the debts
were contracted prior to the purchase of
the homestead. For these antecedent claims
they assert the homestead is liable.
The federal grand Jury today returned
an Indictment against the Adams Expreso
company for selling liquors without a gov
The charge Is based upon the delivery
at Birmingham, la., of liquors sent C. Os
D. to consignees.
SOME OTHER TIME
ISN'T ANY TIME AT ALL
Yon will not move theu. If jou don't rouse yourbelf
now you will probably continue to put up with the samo.
inconveniences for the next six years.
Do they keep your office clean? Your windows? The
halls? The elevator? Is the building a fire trap?ITave
they an elevator that runs once an hour on wet k days and
not at all nights or on Sundays? Is your office hot in sum
tuer and cold In winter? Any other troubles?
The cure for all these ills is an office In
The Bee Building.
R. C. PETERS & CO.. Rental Agents.
Figprune Cereal mSIm
Tastes like Coffee Better than CorTee. The secret
the perfect blending and roasting of fruit and grain.
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