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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1005.
NEBRASKANS ARE ON DECK
Booth Oirci it Out Thj Hits Com to
Aon Arbor to Win tho Gam.
YOST ADMITS HE HAS HARD HUT TO CRACK
Places Nebraska Akot Wlicotilt
a A4rtrirr-Fraetlcallr Bat
tle; ladalared la oa Toda-
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. . (Ppcial
Tolegram.) Coach Booth end twenty burly
Cornhnskpra arrived at .J0 o'clock over
tho Michigan Central from Chicago.
Booth took his men to thslr hotel and
than ssnt them for a liort walk to loosen
their Joints, which had atlffened In tho
Ion ride of 850 mile. Thla will bo Ne
braska's lineup, according to Booth:
Left end, Johnson; left tackle, Weller;
left ruard, Nelaon; center. Bora-; right
a-uard, Taylor; right tackle, Cotton; riant
end. Henedlct; quarter hack, Mors: left
half bark, MtUe; right half back, Wilson;
full back. Mason.
Only one freahrnan, Taylor, will be
played by Nebraska.
"We have come up to win," said Booth.
"Whether we loaa or win tomorrow, wo
will piny our beat game. All the men ar
In rood condition."
About 200 atudenta met tho Cornhusker
players. Nino rah'a for Nebraska waa
raised. The Nebraskans responded with a
song of victory. Booth was tho cynoour
of all Wolveiino eyes. There waa practi
cally no betting In the crowd that visited
tho Nebraskan'a hotel. Here and there a
few wagers were laid that Michigan would
win by a narrow margin.
"Michigan Is ready for Nebraska," said
Coach Tost. "Surely we are against a
fighting foo. Nebraska has plainly demon
strated for tho last three years that she
was stronger than Wisconsin, by lier play
Mlchlgaa oa tho Aaitooa teat.
Michigan will put the best It has to offer
Into the fleld against Nebraska Saturday,
with the possible exception of one substi
tute halfback. Who will play in "Willie"
Heston'a shoes Is not decided. "Denny"
Clark, a Detroit hoy, looked to have
tho place cinched weeks ago, but he devel
oped a case of "nervitls" and may not play
again this fail. Then big Lmniap, the shot
putter, came to the fore and looked Ilk a
real find for the Job. Boon he, too, got
hurt. Just now It looks as if Magoffin, a
good, fast man but lighter than Tost likes.
would play left half Saturday. Otherwise.
Michigan will present about the same front
It will to Wisconsin and Chicago later on.
"Shorty" Longman, the bucking fullback
from Kalamazoo, will be In the game ualess
ha has some more bad luck with his weak
knee, and that means a lot to Yost.
Michigan rooters think the outcome of tho
Nebraska gams will depend on the strength
of Booth's tackles. If Weller and Cotton
can stop Messrs "Joe" Curtis, "Relny"
Rslnschlld, Tom Hammond and T-iOng-man
It will look very blue for the Wblverlnes,
for tackle plays are far and away tho
best In their repertory so far this sesson.
Yost has only one good end runner Cap
tain Norcross himself and as yet the in
terference hasn't been good enough for tho
little quarterback to get his sprints started.
tst Baturday Curtis, Rclnschlld snd
Hammond, all burly giants, hammered the
Vanderbllt tackles until .hev wished they'd
caught yellow fever and stayed at home,
rractlcsjly all Michigan's gains were made
on those short, deadly plunges at or Just
outside the tackle positions.
Michigan's defense has looked rood so far
this fall, though It hosn't had nnvthlng
like the teat It will get next Saturday.
Vanderbllt was fast and the Wolverines
piled up McOngiin's men like tennms. Yost
has a very heavy and pretty shifty lino.
It will take rood men to puncture It. It
Isn't so certain about the Wolverine ends
Garrets and Stuart have been holding these
jobs down, the former because of all
around fine work In the early games, and
tho latter because of his punting, which la
by far tho best seen here since Bweeley
graduated. But what they would do If a
speedy man like Morse came at them Is a
question. It Is known that Yost Is worried
about the problem, just as he waa a year
ago. It Is a significant fact, perhaps, that
neither Harry Hammond or Weeks, who
filayed end last year, Is getting a trial at
ho position. Harry Hammond Is on tho
hospital list, it -is true, but Yost was talk
ing of trying him at guard when hla kneo
The outlook Is for a big crowd Baturdav.
The Michigan Central will run a special
train from Detroit and hundreds of alumni
and other rooters will come out from tho
city. The sale of seats Indicates that tho
bleachers will be crowded to their capacity.
Michigan will Inaugurate a new schema of
cheering by sections at this game.
I.I. IB VP AT VIXTOW PARK TODAT
Promts of a Hard Contest WaOa
Creleaton and Bellevno Moot.
Local foot ball fans will have tho first
opportunity of the sesson of witnessing a
fair sample of the gridiron game this after
noon out on tho Vinton street lot, when
the Crelghton boys will try conclusions
with Bellevuo college.
Tho contest bids fair to bo one of tho
hardest fought games that will be seen
this year on tho local field. For tho last
four seasons the team from Bellevuo haa
succumbed to tho superior prowess of the
Crelrhtons. However, judging from thelf
unusual preparations ror tne game, coupiea
J Eaamin 0)0 aaalirr
and stylo of McKlbblO
fat flariwejjli'-"- onl
re why they are
know a cvBrywKero
efforts. Manager Bhelleday of Bellevue
expeeto to bring along a good sited hunch
of rooters to encourage his braves In their
efforts to return with a scalp. Tho gamo
will be called at 8:30.
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Miller L. T. R. T....
Alton. Cuara4.ll tt. Q. ....
MrTnnnlrk C. C
Kuhl. StanS.M R. O U O ...
V. LamphlW (O T. L. T....,
HcMit R B. Li. B....
MrBhana, Culltn Q. Q
Timipe I.. H R. H . . ..
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Shoots T. B. F. B....
tho Algonquin hotel, this city, to Mrs. Ul
llsn E. Ellis, widow of Edward C. Ellis of
hchnectndy. Immediately after the cere
mony Mr. flelbv said that ho had dropped
the name of McCoy forever. He was dons
with sporting life, he said, and would be
come a business man.
POLO TOIRHAMEST AT HOT bFRISGI
Fort rloklnsoa Takes the First Gam
t the Series.
HOT SPRINGS. 8. IT, Oct. JO. (Special.)
The polo tournament opened yesterday
with a game between thf Fort Robinson,
Neb., team snd the Moncreif Ranch team of
Sheridan, Wyo. The following was the
lineup of the two teams:
FORT RORINSOH. I MONCRBIF.
c. H Mlllaril m Bllllngloa
1 0. W. Cooa I John C. Orror
I i Bror plmor I R. H Wal.h
Captain B. W. Oraham Captain. .Malcom Moneret!
f ubatltuta.N. M. Cvrtotli
Tho game was called at 1 p. m., tho
weather being unfavorable for a fast game,
a drlasllng rain, almost a snow, falling
nearly the entire game. The Robinson
team took the lead and In thirty seconds
had scored a goal. The lineup of tho
soldiers was such that the Sheridan boys
could not possibly break through and the
gam seemed to be very one-sided. Mal
com Moncreif of the Sheridan team and
John C. Cover did their utmost, but th
perfect discipline of tho Robinson team ren
dered all their efforts futile. In th seo
ond period Cook of th Robinson boys
made a splendid goal, hitting the ball from
tho left sideline to tho goaf In the third
period the Sheridan boys got warmed Up
to tho gam and showed a more perfect
front and it was In this period that Malcom
Moncreif of the Sheridan men mads a beau
tiful goal. The soots, however, was tor
Robinson snd at the end of the game stood
17 for Robinson and 1 for Sheridan.
This gamo was hardly a fair criterion
of what the teams could do as the heavy
ground rendered th play exceedingly dif
ficult. This was the first game of the tourn
ament. The remaining games will be
played off during the week. The winner of
the first series will play tho Fort Meade
team on Friday, tho other team playing
them on Saturday.
Of the scores mad by Fort Robinson,
Cook made 8, Miller 8 and Graham J. Mon
creif made the goal for Sheridan. On
foul was made by Graham of the Robinson
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
MAGIC CITY COMES SATURDAY
High School Teams of Two Omahaa
The foot ball teams of the Omaha High
school and the South Omaha High school
will meet on the new gridiron of the local
high school boys at Sprastue Street park,
Saturday afternoon at 8:80. Considerable
Interest has been worked up in the game at
both of the schools and both will have a
good bunch of rooters on hand to encour
age the boys to their best endeavors. Any
boy can play better foot ball when thero
are several hundred representative boys and
girls from his school on the sideline to
cheer a good play and to conooie witn nim
If h may be tackiea too nara. At any rate
the game will be on Its merits as both
teams have been practicing bard for this
special game:. The lineup:
OMAHA. I 60tTH OMAHA.
Howard .....L.BIKF Mcrullouah
Paxtna UT.IR.T Dlckmin
Johmon L.O.Ir.0 Wolf
Frederick c.ic KIMoo
Neuvlta R.n.lLO Evart
rnmor R.T.I L.T King
Ournrtt R.E.I I t Barclay
B.nwio QB..QB Munr.r
Burnttt (O L.H.R.I R. H.B Nixon
DoLamatra R.H B. L H.B Tennrll
Hall F.B.I F.B (O Conn
Substitutes: Omaha, Thomas, Owen, Cra
mer. Whlnnery; South Omaha, Snyder,
DO AXE WALKS OVER GRAND ISLAND
Coasreajatlonallst Toe Heavy for the
GRAND ISIAND, Neb., Oct. 20 ("pedal
Teiegram.l Ioane won an easy victory
over Grand Island college on the gridiron
today Score, 22 to 0. The weight of the
I inane team, averaging fifteen pounds more
per man than Orsnd Island, was respon
sible for the decisive score. Grand Island
came within three leet of scoring In tho
last half, but were unable to mak? good at
the critical point. Doane made most of its
? rains by cross bucks through tackles, muli
ng few end runs, while Grand Island made
more brilliant plays around the end. In a
fumble Johnson, Doane's left half, got the
ball and made an eighty-yard run for a
touchdown. Three touchdowns were mads
In the first half and on In th second.
Pawnee Academy Wins.
BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. .-(BpeclaI Tele,
gram.) The aoademy foot ball team of
Pawnee City played the Northwrstern
Business college eleven here this afternoon,
defeating the home team by a score of 11
to 0. The features of the game were tho
end runs of Pawnee City and the line
amashes by Beatrice. Henry Lang, center
for Pawnee ICty, sustained a fractured
ankle and was forced to retire. The game
was played at the Driving park with a large
Ho Chanc tor Iowa to Win.
BIOUX CITY. Ia.. Oct. 20. (Special Tele
gram.) Three hundred supporters of the
Hawkeye team, accompanied by the Uni
versity band, left here on a special train
tonight for Minneapolis. The band gave a
concert on th university campus and uni
versity yells were practiced. Opinion her
over the outcome of the game Is divided,
estimates on the possible score made by
th Gophers ranging from ten to sixty.
Iowa baa littl hup now of winning.
Foot BaU at Cedar Falls.
CEDAR FALI.fi, Oct. 20. (Special.) Sat
tirday afternoon tho Iowa State Normal
ar'honl fnrtt hall fMm will meat nn Ita atn.
witn tn ract tnat tnus tar tney nav not puB the team from Cornell college. It is
been defeated, th students on the hill will
be called upon to put forward their best
T It ielictts the taste nd
atiord exquisite pleasure.
It costs but half the price
of foreign Champagnes, as
there Is no duty or ship
freight to par on Cook's
Imperial Extra Dry. (
obamo rant. sr. lows woaLDs raw
AMcaiosn wins oo ar, iouis
predicted that some fast work will be don
as both teams are in unusually fine trim
ana nav maae gooa records this season.
TALK GOLFERS IN AT THE FINISH
Robert Abbott and EUla Kaowle
Play In Final Ronnd Today.
Abbott and Ellis Knowles, two Yale uni
versity golfers, will meet tomorrow in the
nnai round at tnirty-six holes match play
for th Individual championship of th In
tercollegiate Coif association.
in tne seml-flnal round today Abbott de
feated th clever Harvard man, Percy Gil
bert, by 8 up and 8 to play.
Ellis Knowles of Yala exceeded all pre
vious efforts In his seml-tinal match with
r-neip. a Drotner coueglan from
New Haven by going out In and getting
home In 42. winning from Phelna i,u
match play score of 77 to w.
Cornell has a Russian n its foot ball
team, who for rushing the line ought to be
"I am going to the foot ball game Batur
day." This tag Is being worn by all of the
pupils of the Omaha High school, and tho
fact is that there is more real athletic en
thusiasm at the high school this year than
for several years past. The team Is re
ceiving the hearty co-operation of the fac
ulty commutes of the athletic association
and is being well backed by the student
body. All of the girls are getting out their
purple and white ribbons or getting new
ones and the team is sure to have an en
thusiastic bunch of rooters at each game
that they play.
Some of the Kansas athletes are having
a tough time to hold their positions on the
teams because of the eligibility rules of
the university. Out there one of the best
candidates for the foot ball team who has
played for two years was debarred bucause
he had failed to complete his gymnasium
work. Another student fell by tho wayside
pecause no aid not take plane geometry In
his high school and therefore did not hav
It to his credit In his sophomore year. The
man who was ruled out for gymnasium
work says that he feels that a foot ball
player really doesn't need gymnastic work
as much as all that. .
Are you getting ready to see the Creigh-ton-Bellevue
game at Vinton Street park
Saturday? Crelghton has a good team this
year snd on next Saturday will play the
University of Nebraska at the same place,
the only chsnce that Omaha lovers of the
gridiron sport will have to witness a real
first-class 'varsity team this vear without
leaving home and all should take advantage
or tne opportunity onerea oy turning out
and by their presence encourage Crelghton
In bringing these better teams to Omaha.
This hss always been an A-l town for first-
ciass root fan and ir crelghton receives
the proper encouragement In the way of
patronage better teams can bo secured In
SUIT FOR CUBAN CONCESSION
Court Hears Testimony In Case of
Countess of Buena Vista Against
NEW YORK, Oct. .-Judgo Holt, In th
United States oourt today, listened to the
evidence of Major General John R. Brooke,
retired, in tho action brought against him
Individually, and as governor general of
Cuba In 1SW and 1SO0, by th countess of
Buena Vista of Havana, Cuba.
The countess inherited the 'Concession of
killing all tho beef cattle slaughtered In
Havana and for which a royalty of 82 per
head was paid. General Brooke deprived
tho family of the concession, and gave it
to th municipality of Havana. Under the
terms of the treaty with Spain, th United
State government had no authority to
deprive anyone of vested property rights.
The countess sued th general and the
government, contending that th conces
sion was a vested property right.
General Brook today swore that he de
prived the countess of the cession to im
prove th sanitary condition of tho city,
the slaughter houses maintained under th
concession being frightfully unsanitary.
The lawyers finally wero given until No
vember 10 to aubmlt brtefa.
Activity Broadens in i ommercial Chainsls
and Confidence Ixpmdi.
BUSINESS IS BRISK AND IMPROVING
Manufacturers Have Orders for Re
mete Deliveries and Railroads Are
Vnahle to Handle All Traffic
NEW YORK. Oct. 20. R. G. Dun Co.'a
Weekly Review of TTade tomorrow will say:
Activity broadens In commercial channels
and Confidence expanded because of the
many evidences of conservatism. Business
Is brisk and improving, yet there is no
disposition to start a boom either In com
modities or securities. Manufacturers re
ceived liberal orders for remote deliveries,
many drnl:rs having covered spring re
quirements, and shipping departments ar
forwarding as freely as traffic facilities
will permit. Current retail trade is not
equalling expectations, but this Is attri
buted to mild autumn weather and prepara
tluna for the future are undlmlninhedi
Especially good news Is received from the
Iron and steel centers, the output of mills
and furnaces Increasing without relieving
ths pressure for quick delivery, particu
larly in structural and railway depart
ments. Wages were voluntarily "ncressed
at print cloth mills and scarcely any labor
disputes are noted. Much complaint Is
heard regarding freight blockades, several
contracts being accepted subject to delay
In transit, which Is seriously retarding grain
exports. Nevertheless, railway earnings for
October thus far show a gain of only 1.8
per cent, compared with last year s figures.
This should be qualified by the statement
that preliminary reports are chiefly from
th southwest, where quarantine conditions
and tardy movement of cotton make an
unfair comparison with last year's figures,
which were swelled by unprecedented ship
ments of cotton. Statistics of foreign trade
for the United States eclipsed all September
records last month, which was particularly
gratifying In view of the fact that a loss
of over fll.oon.ooo in exports of cotton had
to be made up elsewhere. Another splendid
exhibit Is assured for October, the last
week alone at this port having gained
83.M7,!01 In Imports and 82.120,8'W In exports
as compsred with lsst year's figures. Evi
dences of conservatism are more numerous
In the primary markets for textile fabrics,
although there is no weakness In quota
tions, but rather more Indications of in
Tanners have contracts for delivery of
enough packer hides during the winter
months to reduce activity somewhat, but
there Is no weakness owing fo the limited
offerings. New Ensland manufacturers of
footwear are supplied with contracts assur
ing activity up to February.
Failures this week numbered 2.18 in the
United States, against 216 last year, and
87 in Canada, compared with 3B a year ago.
WITH TUB BOWLERS.
Last night tho Cudahys won two games
from th Ontmods, which puts them In a
tie with the Meti team for second place
In the league race. Both teams roiled nice
totals, raising the 2.700 mark by good mar
gins. Williams was the only man to hit
the pins for 600, but Maglll was close
enough to deserve the honor also. Wil
liams' 246 , was the top single gam for
th evening. Score:
DEMAR IS AGAIN IN COURT
Storey Cotton Man Convicted of I'slaf
Malls to Defraud Charged wltb
Tampering:. with Witnesses.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct SO. James B. Do
mar, general manager of the National Auto
mobile company of Now York, who was
arrested a few days ago, charged with con
spiracy to Influence witnesses In the cas
of Btanley Francis, and who waa yester
day convicted on the charge of using th
malls for fraudulent purposes in connec
tion with the Storey Cotton company, was
given a hearing today, and held In 81.500
ball for trial. William C. Byram, a lawyer
of Bradley Beach, N. J., who Is also under
ball, charged with attempting to Influence
the same witnesses, was the principal wit
ness at the hearing. He testified that under
Instructions from Francis and Demar, h
called upon government witnesses to ask
them not to testify to anything but facta
and not to draw any conclusions or Infer
ences. Francis la Identified with the con
cern of which Demar la general manager.
BRADSTREETS REVIEW OF TRADE
Business Reported Irregrnlar, but In
dustry la Active.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20,-Bradstreets' to
morrow will say:
Trade reports are rather more irregular,
but industry Is still at higher tension.
Heavy rains west and too high tempera
tures south and east have exercised sTn
influence, butback of this is' to be reck
oned the fact that wholesale trade has been
active for three months past and some
quieting is naturally In order. Colder
m-eather now advancing Is reported stimu
lating retail trade and Influences reorder
business with Jobbers. Lifting of quaran
tines has unquestlonshly helped southern
trade, but effects of this have been partly
counterbalanced by the holding of cotton
for higher prices, which also retards col
lections. Car shortages are becoming more
acute, the Pacific coast now feeling their
Influence and grain, lumber, coal, coke and
ore shipments are delayed thereby, with
effects on retail trade and collections. Bank
clearings now compare with large totals a
year ago, and gains are small, In fact
Industries still feel the Impetus of an un
precedented fall demand. Iron and steel
are active as never before at this late
date and prices still tend upward. Coal Is
experiencing the usual active fsJl demand,
hampered, however, by the Inability of
shippers to fill orders owing to the lack of
cars. Coke tends upwards and largo In
terests are buying heavily Into next year.
Building Is active beyond precedent, both
In the largo cities and the country. Cot
ton manufacturing ia active and higher
wages have been granted. Manufacturing
for holiday account is very active.
Th pries situation Is strong as a whole,
though some weakness, as in sugar, corn,
hog products, raw silk and quiet In other
lines of raw material, point to demand hav
ing been satisfied. Nothing of this sort is,
however, Indicated in hides, leather or
shoes, snd the weaker market for cotton,
with strength in other metals than Iron
and stronger export demand for cereals,
make for a balance of up and down move
ments. Wool Is quiet as a whole.
Business failures in the United States for
the week ending October 19 number J78
against 1M last week, 227 in the like wk
of 104, 21 in 1908. 14 in lf2, and 823 In
1901. In Canada failures for the week num
ber thirty-one. agslnst thirty-one last week
and thirty-nine In this week a year ago.
Wheat, Including flour, exports for the
week ending October 19 are 2,831.42 bu.,
against 2,774,462 bu. last week. 1.06.462 this
week last year, 4, 266,080 in iva ana i,wi
In 1902. From July 1 to date the exports
are 22,7oR.S19 bu., against 20.973 848 bu. last
year. 49.806,784 In 1A and 83.826.317 In 1902.
Corn exports for the week are 778 48S bu.,
against 962,474 bu. last week. 797,898 bu. a
year ago, 1.809.8X6 bu. In 1903 and 84.564 bu.
In 1902. From July 1 to date the exports of
corn are 17,269,328 bu., against 9.84S.77T In
1804, 18.050.646 in 1903 and 1,578.948 in 1902.
REPORT OF THE CLEARING HOUSE
Transactions of the Associated Banks
tor the Week.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20.-Tho following
table, complied by Rradatreet, shows th
bank clearing at th principal cities for
the week ended October 19. with the per
tentago of Increase and decrease, us com
pared with ths corresponding week last
Hodges , 139 178
Griffiths lt9 161
Williams 246 179
Cochran Ml 192
Con-ad p... 131 y,
877 98 1.771
932 900 2.718
ws us our wn aa
i a u r svauMasi
know wns yet
VARICOCELE - HYDROCELE
aured. Method nw, wtthut aala ar loan I
f Unra. CnAKUEi aw.
suo. Pd son i4;;!
body, la asouth. toagu. threat, hair sa
ybrow taillog out) dlsaaaear oeaiplctaly
Will. Kinom. Uei I'S.Z. "3221
nsrvous dasilry. early decline, tack f rtgai
URINARY. Kidney and Bladdor Troubnaa
Weak Baca, Burning Urine, fYeeveney el
Urinating. Una High Colored ar with
Milky aWdlBsent oa standing.
Treatment by mall It rear OP SCiV
CrbbFlL PRACT1CB IN OMAHA. Can
af ! lata and Lwuj.aa, diBaha,
A hotly contested came was Dlaved laat
night on Lents & Williams' alleys between
the Krug Parks of th Omaha Bowling
league and th Krug Life Malts of th
Commercial league, th former taking two
out of three games, although tne latter
winning on total pins 2,&a2 to 2.137. The
interest In the contest was betwtx-n Hall
and Walens, the latter winning out by
on pin 614 to 13. Score:
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Clay 170 lri a8 638
Johnson 21! 177 1S6 678
Zimmerman 170 lo7 H4 6.1
Hull 19 234 1V0 613
tien;ele 161 199 233 663
Totals 903 935 996 2,832
KRUG LIFE MALTS.
1st. 2J. 3d. Total.
Coughlaa M 16 167 614
Button 214 176 1S1 671
Nelson '2 218 176 6H1
Welena 4 177 34 614
Siapeohorst Iu6 170 ZU (47
CITIES. Clearings. Inc. Dea
Now York $1,743,442,678 8 4
Chicago 2u6.015. 606 9.8
Boston 164.934.2M3 11.3
Philadelphia 142.662.18? 7.2
Bt. Louis M,J.089 1 6
Pittsburg 60.12,643 12.2 ,
San Francisco 42.640,024 19.6
Cincinnati 25.H2.7uO 10.7
Baltimore 2!.M,741 10.3
Kansas City 27.910,223 18.2
New Orlesns 10.628.7n2 12.4
Minneapolis 26.OSi.743 17.3
Cleveland 16, 20.724 17.4
Louisville 12.291.087 8 0
Detroit J3 773.876 28 8
Milwaukee 8.910.210 16.9'
OMAHA : 9.64,311 137
Los Angeles 10.3VO4t 69.71
Buffalo 7.115.621 6.41
Son Seneonablo Advice.
It may be a piece of superfluous advice
to urge people at this season of the year t
lay In a supply of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It la almost sure to be needed
befor winter is over, and much mora
prompt and satisfactory results ar ob
tained when taken aa soon aa a cold la con
tracted and before it haa become settled In
th system, which can only be done by
keeping th remedy at hand. This remedy
is so widely known and ao altogether good
that no on should hesltat about buying
It in preference to any other.
.1002 8u ttl
Kid MeCey" la Married.
NEW YORK. Oct. 80 Norman Selby.
who during his career as a middle-weight
pugllUt In th pris ring was know as
"Kid McCoy," was mairted last nig..: at
No Hall for Socialists.
VERMILION. S. D.. Oet. .-(9peclal.)
Hon. Stacy Cochran, at on tim a
professor in th State Agricultural college,
later editor of th Brookings Individual,
Is in th city trying to scar up a hall In
which h can deliver a Isetur on socialism.
The opera house is closed for repairs, and
other halls ar refused. Cochrane is state
organiser for the socialists, and Is desirous
of establishing a local here. But the
organizer will find it uphill work, aa ther
are hardly a dosen socialists in the city.
Jolntlst tn Trouble.
VERMILION. 8. D., Oct. . (Special.)
Sheriff J. A. O under son went to Wak-
onda yesterday and arrested Peter Carl
son for a second time on a charge of sell
lag liquor contrary to law. Carlson was
to have been tried at th October terra of
circuit court, but bis case was postponed
until next April. H Immediately went
back to Wakooda and opened his joint,
selling "hop tea" wltb a free hand. Upon
complaint of cltlsen h waa aula ar
Salt ljike City
Charleston, 8. C
Wheeling, W. Va
Fargo, N. D
Bloux Falls, S. D
Total, U. S
Outside New York...
11 6 .
5.01 n 9;
1.951.8X7I 16 4
14 4 ....
9 8 ....
8 J ....
18 4 ....
24 5 ....
6 3 ....
910, 584 i
367.258! 28 4
22.1 63 6031
53 6 .
12 9 ...
2 4 ...
32.7R7.WI9. 299' 1.8;.
Bt. John, N. B...
Victoria, B. C....,
Balances paid In cash.
tNot ino.uucu In totals because containing
other iltr.ii! man clearings.
OVER THE BACKYARD FENCE
Trouble In Flats Comes to Cen with
Tn Women as Defendants.
If reports from the front are to bo
credited It seems that Quits a number of
fuses have burned out at 409 and 411 North
Fourteenth street, where Mesdames Emma
Norton and Ella Brewer move and have
being In adjoining flats. The little fetid
said to have been brewing between the
women for several weeks came to a tragic
climax Thursday afternoon,' when Mrs.
Brewer threw a pall of slop and ashea
over Mrs. Norton's head and then broke
a broom over her neighbor, ao it Is al
leged. After removing all evidences of slop and
ashes from her person, Mrs. Norton donned
her bonnet and went to th Justice court
of C. A. Baohmann and filed a complaint
of assault and battery against Mrs. Brewer,
who gave herself up to justice and paid a
fin of $6 and costs, with th statement
that oh did not think th punishment In
flicted commensurate with th fin imposed.
After paying her fine Mrs. Brewer took
steps to have Mrs. Norton bound over to
keep th peace. Mrs. Norton ha" furnished
a bond of $200 for her appearai.. 1 In the
Justice court next Wednesday, to show
cause why ahe should not be bound over
to keep the peace between herself and
neighbor. Mrs. Brewer alleges Mrs. Norton
told her colored servant to remove the
former's heart with a butcher knits.
The whole trouble la said to have been
started when Mrs. Brewer erected a small
fence to prevent persons passing through
her back yard to the Norton yard.
It is understood the Nortons will fll a
auit for damages against tho Brewers in
the county court.
You can pay more and It'll have to
be a great deal more to duplicate the
excellence of Hanquet a Cigars at
10 cents. A blending of natural strengths
of Havana grewn tobacco that glves a soft i
even rlchlv flavored satisfying cicar.
Ssisit est If It Its't fcetttr this Its stir flits t mta vb taasslly ceo-
susit mllltess sf 8sst Hull Cigars srs awfully mlataata.
Yor fhmtf dtmUr hms 'em 10 cants
ALLEN BROS. CO. I! M. foster 6 co.
(Mirlantr 5 4
i V 1
r cm o
Above all other things we strlv to
save th thousands of young and middle-aged
men who are plunging toward
the grave, tortured by the woes of
Nervo-Pexual Debility, the result of
youthful habits, excesses, etc.. We hav
evolved a special treatment for Nervo
iSoxual Debility and special weak
nesses that Is uniformly successful In
esses where success was before by
other doctors deemed Impossible. It
does not stimulate temporarily, but re
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Irritation of the delicate tissues sur
rounding the lax and unduly ex
panded seminal glands, contracting
them to their normal condition, which
stops night emissions, dries up day
drains and prevents prcmatureness.
It tones up and strengthen the blood
vessels that carry nourishment to
weskened and wasted parts, restoring
them to run power, sine ana vigor.
Ht our svstem of electricity and medicine combined we cure nulckly. safe-
Iv and thoroughly diseases and weaknesses of men after all others hove failed.
Our object Is not so much to do the work that ether doctors can do, but rather
to cure obstinate diseases which they cannots successfully comhat. All that
deep knowledge, expert skill, vast experience and thorough scientific office
equipment can accomplish ar now being done for those who come to ua for
the help they need.
We Care Quickly, .nfely and Thoroughly
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual Debility,
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Waste in Urine,
Rectal, Kidney and Urinary Diseases,
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ELECTRO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
J308 rsnnam t., Pftwn 13th snd 14th 8iu., Omshs. Ntb
Alexander Dumas James and Alice Gert
rude Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Thomas, wero married at the resi
dence of tho bride's parents, 8431 Patrick
avenue, Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock
by Rev. John Albert Williams, rector
of the church of Bt. Philip the Deacon.
Ko Baca Suicide la Dakota
PIERRE, 8. D., Oct. 50 (Special Tele
gram.) The quarterly report of the bureau
of vital statistics shows 2,113 births, 774
deaths, 723 marriages, 99 divorces, 178 dec
larations of cltlsenshtp and 7S final natural
ization papers. The same death rate for
the year would be 7.1 In the thousand popu
lation annually. The greatest number of
deaths were from tuberculosis, with heart
failure next and old age third.
Fire on Spanish Ship.
MANCHESTER, Oct. 20 The cargo of
the Spanish steamer Ramon do Larrinaga,
Captain Ondcaisa, which arrived here t.lc
tober 11 from Pensacola, Fla. (August 28),
was on Are. The fire was finally extin
guished, but not before great damage had
been done to the cargo, Doth by Are and
water. The tvamon da Larrlnaga is loaded
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