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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATUBDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1905.
BOOTH'S CRIPPLES IN LINE'
Yen TJted Up at Michigan Beady te
'VARSITY GETS READY FOR WINB-UP GAMES
Minnesota, Colorado and Illinois Ar
Coming Along After th Match
at Omaha aad Cornhoskrra
Vtit All Three.
LINCOLN, Oct. 57. (Special.) Proof that
the clash between the Wol"erlnea and
Comhuskrr last Pnturday at Ann Arbor
w as a titanic strungte and far fiercer than
th foot hall public gprerally had under
stood. Is furnished by the prerent dilapida
ted condition of the two eleven. Michi
gan's triumph la a matter of history, but,
while both team were badly battered and
bruised, the luck as to the results is largely
In Nebraska's favor. , Booth has nt least
a half dozen cripples In the Nebraska
ramp, but none of his men Is In a serious
condition, and the full Cornhusker lineup
will be presented In the game next Satur
day against Cre'ghton at Omaha. In
Yost's camp, however, the dispatches re
late that four or Ave of his pupils are In
such a grave plight that two of them may
'not be able to get back Into the game
this year. Michigan, therefore, in winning
bids fair to harvest a crop of spills which
may interfere gravely with the Wolverines'
aspirations of claiming another western
Booth's protege have been having an
easy time of It this week. The 'varsity
lineup has been made up at least one-half
of substitutes, and the play, as a result,
has been ragged. Neither has It been ag
gresRlve or fast, for Booth Is bent on cheat
ing mldseason stakness and has put on
the brakes during the entire week. He
has no embltlon to smother Crelghton and
will also take it easy In the game the
week following against Ames. By that
time he figures that his full 'varsity squad
should be !n action, after which he will
square away for the preparations for Colo
rado, which comes to Lincoln on Novem
Look to Colorado.
According to the present prospects, this
Culuiado game will be the big event on the
Cornhusker's home schedule. In the past
two years Illinois university has given
Nebraska the stiffen kind of a battle on
Thanksgiving day, and both games were
spectacular in the extreme. But Illinois
Is seemingly off color this year and unless
a surprising brace Is taken, the team from f
Champaign will not be the usual drawing
card for the final fray of the season. On J
the other hand, Colorado, although hanill
carped by geography, appears decidedly
formidable. Last year the Mountaineers,
playing upon their own gridiron, snatched
a victory from the Cornhusker by the
narrow margin of a touchdown, and It Is
up to Nebraska to turn the tables and sml
the Boulderite bark home beaten. The
alze of Colorado's scores so far this sea
son, however. Indicate that the westerner
hare a high-grade eleven. In one of their
game they piled up 100 points, an achieve
ment not equalled by any other western
team. The average Nebraska rooter Is con
fident that the Cornhusker, playing upon
their own gridiron, with greater weight
and more experienced players In the lineup,
will even up for the defeat of a year ago,
but Booth Is conservative and will say
nothing except that Nebraska ought to win
If his pupils are In shape for the conflict.
Crowd Coming to Omaha.
Having secured a low excursion rate for
the accommodation of several hundred
Cornhusker rooters for the Crelghton game
at Omaha next Saturday and having In
duced the railroads to grant a t$ rate for
the round trip from Lincoln to Minneapolis
for the Nebraska-Minnesota game, the Ne
braska management Is seeking to Interest
Colorado rooters In an excursion proposi
tion from Denver for November 11. The
Minneapolis excursion, however, la the
event which Is causing most of the commn
t'on In Cornhusker circles. While the ath
letic authorities at Minnesota and Nebraska
have not yet settled their difference over
the freshmon rule, the belief prevails within
the ranks of the Nebraska rooters that the
game will be played. Last week newspaper
dntpatrhes from Minneapolis credited Pr.
Williams, the Gopher coach, with having
suggested the cancellation of the Nebraska
game and the substitution of the Carlisle
Indians. Subsequent Inquiry by Nebraska
disclosed that the Carlisle ' Indians were
scheduled to play In Cincinnati on Novem
ber IS and that Minnesota could not get the
aborigine even if uch an arrangement
were desired. The suggestion attributed to
Coach Williams, however, etlrred up some
Bitterness In tho Nebraska camp, but It has
since developed that William was mlH
quoted and that neither he nor the Minne
sota board had authorized publicity to that
loTra Drfents Ftan.
OSKALOOSA. la., Oct. 27. Iowa college
of Orinnell today won a hard fouglit tmit
M1 game from Perm, S to. 5, on Quaker
Tlpmsn Onlta la Flvhth Round,
BALTIMORE. Md.. Oct. 27.-Clnlm'ng to
have sprained a ligament of his left thumb
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Get New Clothes To-morrow
Why shouldn't you buy Fall Cloth.
Inz to-morrow? scarcity of cash need
not prevent You can purchase the
most stylish apparel In the land
here to-morrow and pay weekly or
Perhaps you think you will have to
pay a higher price if you buy on cred
it. Not at this store our goods are all
plainly priced and you can immediate-
see that the figures are just as low as
cash store. Factory to You S3
Ladies' Suits ;
. every sew style
made op la the height of fashieg per
fect fitting Coats, trimmed
handsomely, $35 down t
Stylish Hats built with a view te service an exhi
bition entraaciag in its beautiful cesablnatlons.
Hats for Misses aad Women, from
Mtn'c llift SbW mixture that make a
ill til ,tep Uvelier and feel more
coatent with life. Black Worsted Suits for C"7
Um whe desire, SM to Pi
Rnvc' Qf f if C We ca fit U the boys from
UUP OUtia 18 down to 4. We fnrnlsh them
with Suits that wear that are distinctly
Stylish, $14 dowa to
Furs, Skirts, Waists, Ceats ant Shoes tor
Vtraea and Misses
Topcoats, Raincoats. Overcoats, Hats and
Shoes for Men tad Boys
Open Wednesday Evening 1508 Dodge
Joe Tlrman ef this rlty quit after the elfthth
round cf what was to have h, en a fttten
round fltht with "Young" Corbett of Den
ver here tonight.
BOOTH AD 1119 HIIOI.T WARHIORS
t nlTeraltr Team Will Pin? t'relshtea
at Vinton Park,
Booth and his warriors will be In Omaha
for the frame with Crris-hton at Vinton
street prk Saturday afternoon, the frame
beln called at 3 o'r-lork. Crelahton has
strengthened wonderfully during the lant
week. Kllirk, coach of the '01 team, has
been ealed In to help out In the coaching
department and considerable progress has
been made. Thome, last year's guard,
has returned to the game, as has also
Rogers, who played fullback last year, and
all this has given tlie rooters encourage,
ment that a good showing will be made
Another boost for the Crelghton men Is
th ruirmr that Booth will not send his
whole strength sgainat Crelghton, but will
save some of his better men for the Culo
rudo game, which follows Ames. Colorado
won from the Cornhusker last year and
Booth has a wholesame respect lor Its
Pome of the men were a little worse for
wear from the Michigan game, and no
cripples will h sent in sgalnst Crelghton,
ss Booth will take no chances of Injury
with the Colorado and Minnesota games not
The Omaha High school team ha been
practicing against the Crelghton plavers
during the week, and this has been a great
help in preparing the team for the coming
game. Manv Nebraska rooters will be on
hsnd and several of the fraternities will b
present In a bodv In coaches Some of the
professional departments of Crelghton uni
versity also will be represented tn tally
hos. t'ean Ringer will referee smd Charles
MrT-r.ald will umpire the game.
Following are the names, positions,
heights and weights of Cr-tMon:
- ft. Tn. Lbs
Rooney, left end g in
c lmrhtr, left end 6 1(H4 156
Pohat. left tackle B jg
A I vers, left tackle g H jti
Pneld lft gut'd ft 1 r5
Tborne. left guard t It v')
McOirmlck center g
""uM. right guiM ft n
V T smphler, rtrht tackle... ft 175
Hobha. right end R ft jfo
'o.nno nuarter g ia jjj
Troup, left half 6 9 nn
Thomss. left half g fx.; jro
rleworth. rWt half g $4 iff
Roger, full back g H m
O'MCILL MA V NOT BE CANDIDATE
President of Western I.eaarne Indi
cates aa Mnch.
CHICAGO, Oct. 27 President O'Neill of
the Western Ri rh irirue. announced
tonight thnt In sll probability he would not
be a candidate for re-election. It Is prob
able thut he will devote his time, to the
purchse of new player for the major
DUN'S REVIEW - OF TRADE
Bedim in Tfmperatnrs Stimulates Distri
bution of etianals Kercbindise,
REPORTS FROM ALL SECTIONS FA.V0RAELE
Railways Are Inahle to Handle All
The Traffic Offered and There
tn Little Idle Machinery.
WITH THE HOWLERS.
The Black Kats deserve much credit for
the fiebt they put up against the Armours
last night. Before the tmteh the odds
were 2 to 1 that the packers would take
three straight, with no takers, but the
Kats pulled out the second game bv a
small margin and only the hardest kind of
luck kept them from winning the third.
Anderson won the honors of the evening
for the Kats with a total of RK4. Captain
Bnyder had an off night and Is looking for
a substitute for nevt week. Score:
Int. 2d. M. Total.
Snyder .'I4 170 1.17 441
Iavi 02 184 172 RW
Chatelaln 1S7 14 1S7 nl'S
Molyneaux 179 209 155 613
Anderson 2 17ft 202 61
933 834 2,644
Total 970 922 814 2,736
Lord "eft on Wlna Waterloo Cap.
CHAPMAN. Kan., Oct. J7.-The national
coursing meet ended today with the win
ning of the Waterloo cup by Lord Sefton,
owned by D. K. Carter of Cottonwood
Falls, Kan., and H. D. Lowe of Lawrence,
Kan.; second. Mr. Path. The Waterloo
purse race was won by New Wrinkle,
owned by J. C. Bryant of Nebraska.
I'nlverslty Kleven Wakes l'p.
VERMILION, a P., Oct: 27. (Special Tel
egram.) Madison High school foot ball
eleven was defeated by the State univer
sity today, 33 u ft. With the score to g
In Madison' favor In the first half, the
Coyotes braced, scoring five touchdown In
The Men's True Specialist.
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eases and all Diseases aad Weak
meases of men due te evil habits ef
youth, abuses, excesses or the re
sult of Deflected, unskilled or lm- .
proper treatment ef specific or '
mid CURE QUICK
To give a man his rightful place by
birth and inheritance among iila fel
low men I woithy of the noblest ef
forts of a physician's life, and every
good physician works earnestly to this
end. VY offer you this aid, this help,
tills certainty of retorulion, and it
you will come to us we will spare you
Hie penalties associated with private
diseases and weaknesses of men. We
will help you to t-scape from tne
slavery that Is holding you captive
fend depleting your manhood, Imped
ing your progress, both commercially
and socially. ro not be deluded witn
th Idea that diseases and weaknesses
of men will correct themselves they
never do. It Is useless to worry about
th past cause after the disease or
weakness becomes once established.
Th fact thst the trouble now exists
makes It necessary that there should
be no apathy, no delay, no di-ferrlng
matters until later on. 8exual dis
eases, or iff ct Ions resultli, f there
from, cannot be tampered with, owing
to the natural tendency of every dis
ease to to insidiously progress and ten
artouly fasten itself upon the sys
tem if proper treatment is not se
cured to bring about a compute and
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Electro Medical Institute
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an. I4tb Ms., Omaha, Nib.
Harvard coa-vea seem to have a hard time
getting up speed.
Phil King has given it out to eastern
friends that, although he can have a five
year contrart if he wishes it, he will coach
Wisconsin but one season.
Yale ha not sent out a gloomy story this
season. The prospect are so bright the
coaches and managers are having a hard
time to find anything to grieve over.
DeWItt, the former crack guard, kicker
and all-around star of the Princeton team,
will leave the west long enough to give
his service a assistant coach this fall.
A canvas screen has been placed around
the Northwestern field and no one Is per
mitted to watch the practice. Policemen
are used to keep Idle spectator away from
Since the wonderful performance of Eck
ersall in the Wisconsin game Blugg i up
a stump to find a suKublo substitute for
his Ooushty quarter. Tne must available
man seems to be Jesse Hurper, the base
A league for association foot ball will be
formed and games played tms fail for tne
trophy offereu by Columbia. Haivard, Cor
nell, Havefoid, Pennsylvania and coiuiubia
will doubuees have teams in tne league at
the start. Teams have been in existence
In these colleges fur a year or more and
in the case of Havefoid and Harvard a
much longer period. It is probable for next
year the cnamptunship games will be played
In the spring, aiihougn the general prefer
ence of tne players seems to be to start in
the fall and keep playing up to sanimer.
Only the desire nut to inierlere with regu
lar fool bull has placed tne games tne
spring heretofore. The cup to be played
for is a challenge trophy and the terms of
play have nut been definitely arranged.
difficulty In toe eastern colleges, notably
Yale and Columbia, in nnuing a uiiau.o
trainer for track teams brings to mind 1110
fact that first-class tralneis are scarce.
Considering the splendid salary which tney
command, It piouauly wuuid be a good idea
to establlsm a school for tralneis. The
reallv good trainers can be counted on
tne fingers of your two hands. Tney are:
Mike Murphy of Pennsylvania, Keene Hts-
fialrlck of Michigan, iJad Moulton of Le
and Btanford, James Temple of West
point, fcrnle Htertberg. formeily of Colum
bia; Dr. Shell of Haveford, Jim Robinson
of Princeton, Mike Sweeney, now of Hill
chool; Johnnie Mack of Yale. Jim Lathrop
of Harvard, Jack Moakley of Cornell and
A. A. Stagg of Chicago. Thl number 1
mall compared to the really first-class foot
ball trainers who are brought to the front
each year. Of course the requirements are
much greater on a good track Instructor
snd trsiner than on the gridiron teacher.
When the retirement of Mike Murphy was
announced last Bprlng the problem was
forced te the front.
A Home Made Happy lF Chamber.
Iain's roach Remedy.
About two month ago our baby girl had
measles which settled on her lungs and at
last resulted In a severe attack of bron
chitis. We had two doctor, but no relief
was obtained. Everybody thought h
would die. I went to eight different stores
to find a certain remedy which had been
recommended to me and failed to get It,
when one ot the storekeeper insisted that
I try Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. I did
o and our baby I alive and well today.
George W. Spence, Holly Spring. K. C
There 1 no better preparation on th mar
ket than thl remedy fbr a cough, a wall
a colds, croup and whooping cough. It is
especially good for children, a It contain
nothing Injurious and Is pleasant to take.
NEW YORK. Oct. 27.-R. G. Dunn and
Company' weekly review of trade tomor
row will say:
Almost without exception report ore
favorable regarding the nation's commer
cial progress. A needed decline In tempe ra
ture has stimulated distribution of wear
ing apparel and ether seasonable merchan
dise, relieving anxiety that heavy slocks
would be carried over at the end of the
season. Some wholesalers are receiving
supplementary orders In these lines, but as
a rule duplicate business has not become
general. There Is no decrease In the In
quiry for spring shipments from Jobber
and little idle machlneiy is found in the
leading manufacturing Industries. Produc
tion and consumption is at a new maxi
mum, without the unsettling Influence of a
return to the Inflated prices of a few years
ago. The railways have been purchasing
new equipment freely, yet there Is the
usual delay in moving freight that has ap
parently become Inevitable at this season.
Textile mills are well occupied, althous'h
the labor situation t more uncertain, and
the teamsters' strike had a tendency to
Interrupt business. Shoe shipments from
Boston have now risen to within 10 00
cases of the movement to date in 1903; all
other years being far urpassed. A sharp
advance in prices of leading farm staple
was accompanied by the greatest activity
of the season in option markets, and th
average of the sixty most active railway
securities established a new high water
mark, although the outside public was mt
a prominent factor. Hallway earnings In
October were f per eent larger than last
year and foreign comm-rce at this port
showed an increase of $.637,606 In expert
and $2,219,413 In Imports as compared with
the same wepk In 1SKi4.
Limited offerings maintain firmness In the
hide market, some varieties are having
still higher levels, which now means a new
high record since the civil war In nearly
every Instance. Leather Is quirt.
Failures this week number 210 in the
United States, against 233 last year, and
twenty-five In Canada, compared with
twenty-eight a year ago.
BRADSTItEET'S REVIEW OP TRADE
Bnoyancy Still Characterises Practi
cally All Line of Business.
NEW YORK, Oct. 27.-Bradstreefs to
morrow will say:
Activity, In fact buoyancy, still charac
terizes practically all lines of trade and In
dustry. Cooler weather is a stimulus to
retail trade in all but a few small and rela
tively unimportant sections of the country.
Re-order business reflects this In steady
call from Jobbers for any goods, clothing,
hoes, hats In fact, all lines of wenrln
J appirel. Holiday trade In many line also
.una pucl-ui ui eariy Duymg. me prac
tical lifting of the last of the southern
quarantines Is helping southern trade, as
Is also the higher prices of cotton, which
Is loosening up the movement of that
staple. The long awaited materialising of
BJuropean demand for our breadntufls is
apparently now at hand. Business in this
line, it is claimed, Is now limited only by
vessel room carrying capacity. Higher
prices for nearly all farm products have
helped demand In agricultural districts, and
to a certain extent Improved collections.
Industry retains the lively appearance
noted for some time past. In railway lines
the efiorts making to handle the immense
offering are Buch as never were put before.
Bank clearings, though comparing with
very large totals a year ago, show expan
sion, particularly at cities outside the me
tropolis. Taken as a whole, the situation
is one which finds no precedents for this
season of the year, and stress Is being laid
upon the need of conservatism If runaway
mnrkets are to be avoided.
Features deserving note in the Iron and
steel trade this week are the liberal order
placed for car and other rolling stock,
which have been covered by sales of bars,
billets and crude pig iron, the latter being
relatively most active at the east.
Coal Is active and Illinois and Indiana
mine output are limited only by the sup
ply of cars. At the east bituminous coal
tends upward, due to car troubles. Lumber
I active for this late date In the season
and a large cut Is certain this winter.
Business failures In the United States for
the week ending October 26 number 17s,
against 178 last week, 180 In the like week
of 1(M, 217 In 1903. 194 in 190' and 172 in J9iU.
In Canada failures for the week number
23, as against (1 last week and 22 in this
week a year ago.
Wheat, Including flour, export for the
week ending October 26 are 4 2'T7,109 bushels,
against 2,831. 4 last week, 1.479.613 this week
last year, 4,f94,873 in 1903 and 6,997. 6.l In 1HX!.
From July 1 to date the exports are 2G,
972,428 bushels, against 22,4M.9iU lset year,
63 901,647 in 19(3 and S9,823.8.'t8 In 1902. Corn
exports for the week are 708,138 bushels,
against 776.435 last week, 449.161 a year ago,
1,392.214 In 1903 and 163,206 In 1902. From July
1 to dte the exports of corn are 17,977,44
bushels, against 10,294,928 in 1904, 17,442,7U
In 1903 and 1,732,161 in 1902.
Palt Lake City
f Ira ml Ra pids
Fprlni field, Mass...
Charleston, 8. C...
I it tie Hock
Wheeling, W. Va..
Fargo. N. P
1 10 well
Sioux Fslls. 8. n...
T"tal. T. P
Outside New York.
REPORT OF THE CLEARING HOl'SE
Transaction of the Associated Banks
for the Week.
NEW , YORK, Oct. 27. The following
tub e romplied by bradstrest, shews th
bank clearings at the principal cities for
the week ended October 6, with the per
rentage of Increase and decrease, us com
pared with the corresponding week last
2. K 2 . 1 1
x ,s m
1 7"0 63 i
1. I1. 210
6 6, 97
St. John, N. B
,ndon, Ont . .
Victoria, B. C.
91 JS1 "MHI
Total 1$ 67.613.2MI 1.1
Palanees paid In cash.
tNot inc.udeu In total because containing
ether ittm man clearing.
A Brave Fight
against stomach, liver and kidney trouble
Is always successful if carried on by
means of Electric Bitter. 60 cents. For
sale by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Rnmlnn Warships Leave,
MANILA, Oct. 27. The Interned warship
will leave here tomorrow for Saigon, French
Cochin-Chlna on their way to Cronstadt.
Impressive memorial service were con
ducted here today on the re-interment of
the bodies of the Russian who died here
of wounds sustained during the battle
of the Sea of Japan.
Vhen you buy Cook'i 4S
B Imperial Extra Dry you pay for 1
whit you get --Purs Champagne. 1
I Vhea you buy foreign makes, you I
I pay for Champagne, duty and ship I
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1 Extra Dry is one-half the price of I
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P. O. Aiinm ,
Adilrew Ailrlpa Dernrtment,
The Michigan Ptov Ooratvnr. Itrolt. Mich.
Large Mftkoraof Klovm soil Knsw in thWnrM
Dtroh The Michigan Stove Company Chicago
Largest Makers ef Stoves aad Kanges In tbe Werld
Clearings.) Ine. I Daa.
Kansas City ...
New Orleans ,
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Fort Worth ....
Inspecting; Brtdae Plana.
PIERRE, B. D.. Oct. 17. (Special Tele
gram.) Major Chittenden of th govern
ment river aervlce while In thi city today
waa In conference with railroad official In
regard to th bridge to be constructed
across the Missouri river at this city.
While the plans are not yet approved lu
details. In general they meet the require
ments of the government. The location of
the structure has been definitely fixed near
the stock yards, a short distance up stream
from the city, and it will be what I known
a a low bridg with a draw.
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s. mi. r'i
W us our own nana
In our buslntss: yot
know whe you are doing
VimCGCELE " HY8R02ELE
sored. Mthod new, without pahs or loaS
f time. CHARGES LOW.
CI A P tnll cured for life. oon every
CL U r AUn ,(gai symptom (aoaee on
body. In anouth. tongue, throat, knir and
ayabrow falling eut) dlsapoeur completely
Wuk, Ksnous, Men i..0,, V.'.'KSS
nervous debtlty, early decline, lack of vigor
L RINART. Kidney and Bladder TrenbhA
Weak Back, burning t'flne. Frequency oi
t'rlnatlng. L'noe High Colored or wit
MTlky Sediment on standing.
Treatmeat by mall 14 year OF O.V
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From Nebraska Points
Direct to Chicago.
' In addition to three daily trains, Omaha to
Chicago through service is also offered
from other points on the main line of the
Union Pacific railroad to Chicago by the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Through sleeping cars, both standard and
tourist, and through chair cars are operated
by this line. All ticket agents sell tickets
east by this line. Ask them to do so.
Leave Omaha 7:55 a. m., 5:45 p. m. or 8:35 p. m.
F. A. NASH,
General Western Agent,
1524 Farnam Street, OMAHA
fgaffiBsgiag Kmffir'WHi1 n:M.vt "r-wirf "in, ;x iimnem.tsssvsasa -mis.
Special te May
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TO OCTOBER 31st, 1905
To California and the Northwest
Double Daily Tourist Car Service to California from Kansas City.
Through Tourist Car from Omaha every Monday night.
SPECIAL IIOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS
Three-fourths of one-way rate for the round trip with minimum of ten dollars, Tuesday,
November 7th and 21st, to points In Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, etc. Three
fourths of the one way rate for the round trip with minimum of ten dollars.
Tor full infermatie call on any agent of the Company, City Ticket OHlce, S. E. Corner 15th
and Farnam Streets, Omaha.
TOM HUGHES, Trav. Tass. Agt TH0S. F. GODFREY, Pass. Tkt. Agt
H. 0. T0WNSEND, O. P. T. A., Bt. Louis, Mo.
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