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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. ' NOVEMBER, 4. 1005.
SILVtR SERVICE FUR SHIP
Gift of Stat to Bttilathip Nebraska How
' on Exhibition at Lincaln.
WEIGHS OVER TWELVE HUNDRED OUNCES
Probability It Will Do Exhibited la
Onubt Before Time Arrives to
I'reaent It to State'
U'"rora a Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN, Nov. J (Special Telegram.
The ullver servlco to be presented to the
battleship Nebraska by the state of Ne
braska is now on exhibition In the ofllce
of Governor Mickey. It was unpacked by
A. F. Smith of Omaha, the jeweler who
old the service to the state. An appro
priation of IS.OUO was made by the last
legislature for this purpose and all of It
was expended. It Is expected the service
will be displayed In Omaha for some time
-before It is linally turned over to the ship's
officers, which will be some time during
ti.o next year.
Description of Service.
The esrvlce comprises twenty - three
pieces, weighing 1.Z1H ounces. The center
piece is fur fruit, flowers and lights. The
main part of the center piece is to be
used for fruit or for ciu flowers or, with
the loving cup out of the center piece, It
can be used for growing ferns as a sep
aralo piece for decora'ion of the table,
while the loving cua can be used sep
arately. The six lights1 of the candelabrum
aro fitted for electricity. The total length
over all is thirty-five inches; total height
over all, thirty-one Inches. The Hgh's
have silver candlo shades. The large shell
at the end of the center piece in which
the arms are fitted runs Into a shell bo-dor
that overhangs the edge of the lower dish
and extends to each side of the eagles'
wintfs. T.ic eagles practically continue the
border, and they are fully modeled and
retain the form and slope as would be
shown by the eagle in a natural position
The United States ship Nebraska is
etrhed on a central panel. The Union Pa
cific bridge, Indicating the flint overland
route west, is one of the additional deco
rations. Upon another panel Is a scene on
Wood river. On the corresponding panels
on the reverse side there are other scenes,
Indicating the state capltol building. Be
tween the various etchings or scenes there
is relief work, cast and chased, showing
the products of the state corn and wheat
and the heads of cattlo, also in high relief.
-The eagle holla in its talons golden rod,
tho state flower, and the laurel branch,
Indicating peace or victory. Upon one side
. of the base is the seal of the United States
riHv-y and on the other side the seal of the
state. Seaweed is introduced in connection
with the shell effect, carrying out tho
: nautical design. The piece weighs WW
Tho loving cup, or flower vase, Is for use
either In conjunction with tho center
piece or separately. It Is twelve inches
high and has dolphin handles with shell
border, as on the center piece. An Indian
scene Is etched upon one side of the body
. and on the reverse side are scenes d'e
criiitlve of Nebraska.
A wire net mesh in provided for the top
to be used in filling It with cut flowers.
There In also an ebonlsed vase or foot to fit
Inside the center piece to give It elevation.
The weight of this piece Is 100 ounces.
Punch Bowl la Capacious.
The punch bowl measures In height
., twenty-onn ; Inches and sixteen inches in
diameter and has a capacity of between
four and five gallons. It is gilded inside.
. It has two graceful handles, with full mod-
' eed fagles surmounting it, the handle
growing Into the border with the shell and
sea weed effect! Tho seal of the state is
on one side and the seal of the Navy de
partment on tbe opposite side, with the
state flower golden rod. Corn and wheat
are Introduced 'in the etching. The bowl
stands on three massive feat, representing
the head, shoulders and fore feet of the
buffalo. Between these feet are modeled
relief heads of cattle, sheep and also the
antelope, one In each space. .Tho United
States ship Nebraska is etched upon one
side, flanked at either side by medallions
The resjoa why
McKibbln Furs ire
known at the
standard furs of
America is appar
ent to ever wearer.
It psyt to buy
There are 121 dif
ferent tylrt of Mc
Kibbtn Fur Lined
Coats for men at
price rangiof f mm
$21.50 to $300.
!, I r- v.yi.-i- ft
showing the old aod houe of Nebraska .and
the settler's wagon. The corresponding
panels upon the reverse side are used for
other features of staie Interest and the
central panel contains tho state capltol
bulldln and the presentation inscription.
The weight of this piece Is 300 ounces.
The punch ladle Is eighteen inches long,
-1th tho bowl formed in the shape of a
shell, wltn tbe sea weed decoration, thj end
of the handle formed of an Indian head
above the eal of the state and detail of
grain and rMier products. ThW piece weighs
A large tray is Intended to hoi J the punch
bowl and cu,s. The center can be raised
with a retaining edge so that the punch
bowl will alwa; s stand in the center. The
decoration on the tray Includes the United
States ship Nebraska In the center, etched
and entwined dolphin handles and the shell
border; also the two shields, with floral or
namentation. A head and fore shoulder of
the bear at the side is in high model re
lief. The weight of this piece is 210 ounces.
Tho eighteen punch cups weigh 100 ounces
and are glided Inside. They have the sua!
of the state in the bottom; the handles are
fully modeled figures of a sea horso. The
set is made of Bterling silver .924 fine.
WORK OP THE AITOMOBILB CLIB
Active Effort to Secure More
meeting Thursday evening th
he cunvatis for memberships with more I ',wipk ? nde1 vombrr 2. with the per-rio-nr
AlnwAv inlv nwnrri nf machines centage of increase and decrease as com-
...... ... - " . . ... i rtnrarl Hth 11 i , .
u .raw, UUI ICPIfUlllUilK tlCCA JUM
have signed tun roll, out it is me aim oi ine
club nctiVely to interest every automobile
enthusiast In the city. If such a thing is
possible. To get members is not tho only
ohtect of the club, however. The leaders In
the movement for organization insist that
drivers of automobiles are given credit for
occurrences for which they are not respon
sible. To this end It was deemed to oner a
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
folder Wtather in Moit Sectisni Stimu
late! Dtmana for Mtrchaidiie.
COLLECTIONS ARE REPORTED SLOWER
Car Shortage Is an Increasingly Dis
turbing Element Many Factories
Have Orders Months
KBW YORK, Nov. S. K. O. Dun & Co.'e
Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
Colder weather In most sections of the
country has stimulated demand for mer
chandise, Improving tne tone of business
where there had been more or less irregu
larity, but reports ate still somewiiat mixed
as to coiections. Supplementary orders are
coming to tno primary murKeis tor wearing
apparel and in many cases shipments woiini
snow still lurgcr gains over tne same time
last year it transporting laellllifs were
better. The tar shortage is an Increasingly
disturbing element, 'lucre is still a vry
close comparison of railway earnings,
wnieh were omy .0 per cent larger tnan in
October, 19i4. Industrial conditions are lit
tle disturbed by labor controversies, al
though several Important questions are un
der ai 'usslon. Thus far work is scarcely
interrupted and more cases of advances In
wages are reported. At the south and west
the scarcity of labor retards operations,
yet thoso sections are more prosperous than
ever before, and quarantine restrictions no
longer Interfere In the New Orleans dis
trict. Leading branches of manufacture
matte good progress, most mills and fac
tories having ordorj for more remote de
livery than is customary and especially re
ports art made rtspectlng lumber and
Hour mills. It Is no longer -ause for com
ment wh new records of output are es
tablished, as this hts become the rule
rather than the exception, failure returns
were very favorable In October, llabilit'es
falling W per cent behind last year. For
the first time In recent weeks exports f om
this port declined materially In comparison
with the same week of lym, the adverse
balance amounting to $4,S4.",103.
Imports rose 1, 943.025. Finished steel bus
iness is still coining forward, a large ton
nage of structure' shapes now pending, and
the situation will find little relief in the
starting of several new plants, because
their output has already been sold far
Forward business In hides during the last
week attained enormous proportions, trans
actions at Chicago and Missouri river
points reaching fully 250,inX hides.
New KnKland shops are well supplied
with old orders to assure operation for the
balance of the year and when the time
comes that jobbers must replenish stocks
It Is tlie general opinion that new quota
tions will be accepted.
Commercial failures this week in the
t nlted States are 2n2, against 210 last week,
233 the preceding week and 229 the corre
sponding week last year. Failures in Can
ada number 34. against 25 last week, 3S0
the preceding week and 27 tho correspond
ing week of last year.
ber movement in the Farlflc northwest is
hampered. Collections generally are freer
and there are signs of the return movement
from the country of currency, balancing the
outgo. Labor la occupied as rarely if ever
before at this season, fear of cotton mill
strikes has faded and reports from factories
In widely separated sections are that they
are running to thilr fullest capacities.
All thn measures of trade volume point
to record totals In business operations, with
a minimum of friction In the shape of em
barrassments. Failure liabilities reflect the
effects of sporadic foolish or worse bunking
methods rather than structural weakness
in general business. The outlook generally
Is an optimistic one nnd Indicative of
marked activity the coming winter.
Business failures In the United States for
the week ending November 2 number 1H0.
B gainst ITS last week, 20U In the like week
of I'M, 216 In IPOS. 148 In m2 and 191 in l'l.
In Canada failures for the week number
2, against 23 last week and and 20 in this
week a year sgo. .
Wheat, Including flour, exports for the
week ending November 2 are 6,2X3.399 bu.,
ski Inst 4.267.107 last week, 1,4S2.J2 this week
last year. 4.340.U1 in 1903 and 5.716.ffi5 in
1902. From July 1 to date the exports are
S3.25S.&27 bu., against 23,914.163 last year, 68,
245.928 In 1903 and 95.539.492 In 1902.
. Corn exports for the week ore 1,009.310 bu.,
against 7i 8.130 last week. S46.927 a year ago,
1.445,938 In 1903 and 1JO.S47 In 1902. From
Julv 1 to date the exports of corn are 18.
Ovi.774 bu., against 10,641. R55 In 1904, 18,902.9fl
In 1!03 and 1,M2,998 in 1902.
SPORTS OF A DAY.
REPORT OF THE CLEARING IIOt'SE
Transactions of the Associated Banks
for the Week. '
NEW YORK, Nov. 8.-The following
table, compiled by Bradstreot. Bhowa the
bank clearings at tho orinclnal ciilps fnr
Clearings. Inc. I Dec,
nu.io. i - "LV' " ' " IBoston
romitti n rpcent nedHpnt In which a wanron Jrnnaueipnia
was smashed and which was laid at the
door of some owner of an automobile. The
club haa been Informed that two wagons
were in collision and that an automobile
was not In the mlx-up.
LINCOLN ASSCRED OF A PLACE
A ; 1 ..... . , l,
Nov. 8 President O'Neill nfioMAHA
President O'Neill and Holmes Satisfied
with Ontlook. 1
the Western base ball league and "Duckey
Moimes, prospective owner oi ine uincoin jiib Angeles
L.hlH f n am.nua f9 .Via Innal ' ... "
l l a l ivmrr, 1 1 , ...... tiro v at 'jmj TlR lO
baso hall situation, left today for Chicago, i inrtlnnann'iia
President O'Neill said conditions in Lincoln se Paul
were such that there was no doubt a frnn- li.L-ki, ""
chlse would be awarded this city at to- list Josenh'
given of the necessary local support. Presi
dent O'Neill thought there would be no
changes In the league, aside from the trans
fer of the St. Joseph franchise to Lincoln.
15.79S.117! i 12.7
Dan Patch Eqnala Pacing; Record.
MEMPHIS. Tenn., Nov. 8.-In an exhibi
tion mile today on the Memphis Trotting
association's tiack Dan Patch, the champlo i
pacer, equalled the world's record without
a wind shield, covering the distance In
1:59V. This record has been held by Star
Pointer for a number of years. The quarter
was passed in 0:30, the half was reached in
0:59H and the three-quarter pole in 1:29.
All that is best in whiskey
you will find in
It is thoroughly matured,
soft and rich.
CHAS. DENNEHY & COMPANY,
Salt Lake City
Charleston, S. C
Fargo, N. D.
Young town .
Pioux Falls. S. D.
Totals, T'. S
Outside New York....
9. 073 ,07 7 1
6. 783,7.' 5
2. 896. 633 1 4.7!
3.963.;26, 28. 81
731 479 .
CHANCE AS MANAGER OF CUBS
Callforalan Commended for the BlsT
Th selection of Frank Chsnce as man-ag-e
of the Chicago Nationals is meeting
with universal approval among the Chicago
fans and press. Can anyone imagine what
they wl" do to Frank out at his home in
F'-esi o, Cal., over this promotion? Not un
less he has some conception of the esteem
in which Chant, is held at home. The
home-corn ng of Chance In Fresno is almost
as big an annual function as the yearly ad
vent of King Ak-Str-Ben In Omaha.
Here Is what the Chicago Tribune's sport
ing editor says o. Chance's promotion:
"If the report that Captain Frank Chance
has signed a three years' contract to man
age the local National league club proves
correct the action will meet with general
approval among the base ball enthusiasts
of this city. To say that Chance Is ex
tremely popular here, especially among the
west side fans, Is not merely a convention
ality, but goes with the announcement of
his promotion. Chance is exceptionally well
liked. A part of the remarkable demonstra
tion that greeted the victory Of the West
Side club over the Bouth elders In the Chi
cago championship series was due to the
cordial feeling the west side partisans had
for tho Nationals' leader himself, and
among the thousands of dejected south side
partisans who stood In the stand looking
down upon the demonstration on the field
there was a vast number who. In a friendly
way. shared in the good will shown toward
Chance. The latter is by nature modest,
more so than the average successful leader,
and the hlstor of his connection with the
local club has been such as to win him un
usual popularity. Ho came to Chicago prac
tically unknown as a catcher. For a season
or two he barely held bis own on the team,
'playing on the bench' a good part of the
time, but gradually he became recognized
as a man whose presence was desirable all
the time, and then he was conceded to be a
star, eventually being given the captaincy
of tho team and finishing up as temporary
manager when sickness compelled the ab
sence of Manager Selee. Thus he earned
every foot of his way from the bottom
round of the ladder. It is probable the re
port of his engagement as manager Is cor
rect and that the official nnnouneement
merely is withheld out of consideration for
CREIGHTOV ELEVEN Ol'TCLASSED
Sonth Dakota Eleven Plies In Score
of Twenty-Two to Nothing;.
VERMILION, 8. D-, Nov. 3 (Special Tel
egram.) Crelghton university was clearly
outclassed in today's game with the State
university and but for delays in tho last
half the score of 23 to .0 would have been
much larger. The Coyotes displayed the
best form of the. year both on offensive and
defensive. Crelghton could - do nothing
when in possession of the ball. On the first
play Hupp dropped the ball, giving Creigh
ton the onlv chance of the game to scorn
from the- fifteen-yard line. The Coyotes'
line smashing was terrific and end runs for
from fifteen to forty yards wore numer
ous. Main of Elk Point, was referee and
Griffith of Sioux City umpire. Thirty-niln-uto
halves. The lineup: .
CREIOHTON. SOUTH DAKOTA. -
Roony LER15 Evan
Miller IrTRT...., Cuppit
Marion LORO ' Tolletsan
Mccormick :...CC Knlb
Kuhl ROLO .'....'... O'Neill
Albert R T IT. , Lstttsg
Hnhhv RULE...: -Hupp
Troup LHRK Slmptoa
MeOIrl F B F B Brora lr
Thom RHLH... Wlkr
Mcfh.ne ,...QQ ' rM
Substitutes: Crelghton, O'Connor, Ken
nedy, Heath: South Dakota, Holmes,
Newby and Ilsby.
WISCONSIN TEAM AT ST. PAIL
Attendance of Thirty Thousand ' Ex
pected at Badger-Gopher Game.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 8. The Wisconsin
foot ball team arrived in St. Paul under
the charge of Captain Vanderboom, ready
for the fray with the Minnesota eleven on
Northup field tomorrow afternoon. That
there will be excitement and an enormous
attendance is a settled fact. Every seat
around the Northjp field gridiron Is sold.
The attendance promises to be from 28,000
to 30,000. Indications are that the weather
will be good. That the game will be close
is admitted. Minnesota's team is consid
erably the heavier of the two, but this is
offset by Wisconsin's speed.
High School Game. '
These are the lineups for the Omaha and
Council Pluffs teams Saturday:
OMAHA. I CO. BLUFFS.
Frederick Center Center Williams
10 USED QfiGA.S---10
We will sell you this week and will save you as much
more as we ask for them.
, BRING THIS LIST AND GET JUST WHAT IT SAYS
Western ("Village, Chapel Organ, walnut case, ( stops, 1 swell,
Kimball Organ, walnut case, high top, 10 stops, I swells,
fine shape ,
Western Cottage Organ, walnut case, high top, U stops, 8 swells,
as good as new , ,
Burdett Organ, walnut cass, 8 stops, t swells, C ff
good shape IO.VIU
Smith American Organ, walnut case, high top, 14 stops, 1 swells, f fi Ofi
fair shupe IV.VIV
Kimball Organ, walnut case, high top, with mirror, 11 stops, I swell -(1 ff
as good as new OU.viVf
HI mm Chapel Organ, walnut case, stops, 2 swells, , U fir)
fair shape O.VfVF
Kmith American Organ, walnut case, high top, IS stops, ! swells, Oil fiCl
good shape .JVJVJ
IVIoubet Organ, walnut case, high top, 9 stops, 1 swell, u Oil
fair shape O.UJ
Talor & Farley Organ, walnut case, semi-high top, I stops, 8 swells, ?ri flfl
good shapo J.J
A. HOSPE CO., 1513-15 Douglas St.
A FINE PLACE TO GET A FIXE P1AXO.
Vo treal ..
St. John, N. B
Victoria, B. C.
28 5S9 3191
11.6 6 527'
NtTllle, Wt)lnry....R. O. L
Johnson 1 Q. H
Paiton h. T R
Cramer...., R. T. L
Ournett R. E. h
Lewi.. Howard U. K. R.
Benaon Q. B. Q.
Hall F. B. r.
rielamatar R. H.;L.
Thomaa. Burnett, (rapt.)
gubetltutea Coran, Noe
H Nlchol. ((apt )
R. H Norgard
Substitute Paul Scott,
Coe Expect a Hard Game.
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., Nov. 8. (Special.)
Coe college Is preps ring for a great game
of foot ball here on Saturday, when it will
meet the State Normal eleven. Normal has
never defeated Coe at Cedar Ri-pids for the
last seven years, but it is playing much
better ball this vear than previously, and
while Coe is speedy, the game promises to
be one of the best ever seen on the local
gridiron. Coach Bryant of Coe has been
giving the eleven hard practice the last
week and lecturing them frequently on
their weak point as displayed in the game
with Des Moins last week. Cedar Kails
will run a special excursion carrying about
20 rooters to Cedar Rapids Saturday, and
it is expected th-t it will be one of the
best attended gms ever played by the
local college, foe has developed some new
and very efficient plays and will surprise
foot ball enthusiasts with the fastness and
cleverness of their .play.
WITH THE BOWLER!,
The Stors Blue Ribbons won three games
from the Onimods last night. Th's bunches
the three brewers' teams at the end of
the first round. Mets Brothers are third,
Stors fourth and Krug fifth, with a dif
ference of but three gamoe. Last night s
games were remarkable for the number
of splits, the two teams drawing forty
eight. Tonneman had the high single game
STORZ BLUE RIBBONS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
175 172 194 611
179 194 187 60
149 149 VM 491
179 22ft l.VS
221 192 177 590
O. O. Francisco lsa
Totals t 851
J-ast night, on the Metropolitan alleys, a
picked team from the Commercial league
defeated the Armour No. 1 team of the
Omaha league two games out of three and
also on total pins. Spntgue wua high with
676, and Stapenhorst had high single game
Of 221 pins. Score:
12 3 Tot.
Berger 177 170 159 o6
McNanany 176 196 159 631
P-imeau 188 192 163 543
Walens 182 176 169 637
Stapenhorst 166 1 221 138 524
Totals 898 955 & 2,641
ARMOURS NO. 1.
12 3 Tot.
Neale 179 200 148 627
Chandler ISO li;9 150 499
UJerde 157 182 10 519
Jones 162 168 176 50j
Sprague IsO 182 213 616
Totals .' 858 901 867 2 626
The Dally News team lost to the Hugo F.
Bill team on total pins last night on Lents
& Williams' alleys. Rice had the hlgii
score of 243. Score:
HUGO F. B1LZ.
12 3 Tot.
Rice 243 170 35 648
R. Nichols 157 1!9 184 4,0
Pearce 149 147 l.W 452
W. Nichols 129 118 151 398
Griffith 146 147 161 ,54
Totals 824 721 7S7 2,322
12 3 Tot.
Parmalee 182 176 171 529
Ruran 137 1;6 183 446
Polcar 147 U4 188 4i9
Mull 177 141 163 481
Smith la iZl 98 353
Totals '.. 786 699 803 2,200
FRED M'LISOD BEATS HERBERT WAV
Rockford Man Wins Western Profes
sional Golf Championship.
CHlCAtJO. Nov. 3. Kred McLeod of the
Rockford Golf club, Rockford, 111., defeated
Herbert Way of the Euclid club, Cleveland,
in the finals for the championship of the
Western Professional Golfers' association at
the Chicago Golf club today, at 4 up and 2
to play. A stiff wind across the course
made driving difficult and several tims
both players got Into bad places, but. in
each instance they managed to get out of
these difficulties in good shape and kept
their scores low. l-'or the first eleven hoi s
of the afternoon round a remarkable incl- i
dent marked the play, when the contest
ants halved nine holes In succession.
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By the Largtst Makers cf Stoves and Ranges in the World
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We have opened on
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Beatrice IIlBjh School Wlna.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 8.-SpeciaI Tele
gram.) The lleatrlee High school foot ball
team defeated the Trinity Band eleven of
Lincoln this afternoon. Score: 37 to 0. The
features were .the long runs by M)ilcr,
Purdy and Samsel of Beatrice.
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Association Foot Ball at Princeton.
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 3.-The agita
tion In favor of association foot ball has
reached Princeton university and all thos.i
Interested In forming a team met last nigiit
and decided to organize such a team Im
Basket Ball nt Storm Lake.
STORM LAKE, la., Nov. 8.-(SpeclHl Tel-
egram.) Storm Ixike High school defeated I
rxeweii Mign scnool nt basket ball here to
day by a score of 20 to 0.
ftaakert Defeat Methodists.
OSKALOOSA, la., Nov. 3. The Penn I
01 lege root Dan team today won from the
Iowa Wesleyan College by a scjre of
38 to 0.
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and all Diseases and Weaknesses of
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abuses, excesses or the results of neg
lected, unskilled or Improper treat
ment of specific or private diseases. ,
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To men who are weak mentally, mor
ally and physically, whose systems
have at some time been polluted with
poisonous private diseases, those
whose depleted manhood forbids any
advances toward matrimony and who
have made the mistake of marrying
while there lurked in their system
some frightful weakness or poisonous
taint of private diseases, and who now
find themselves on the verge of social
ruin. To all such men a conscientious
and experienced doctor would advise
you to consult without delav the best
specialist, one who has made a life
long study of Just such cases. One
who can quickly and fully understand
your troubles. One who will not de
ceive you with false promises or un
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you. Any man In need of such medical
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1808 Farnani St.. Between 13th
and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Colorado will be on hand at Lincoln No
vember 11 for the annual contest with the
state university team and the fans are dis
cussing this game more than any other at
the present time. Queries as to what the out
come of the game will be are heard on all
sides, and there appears to be as much
Interest in this game as in the Minnesota
The game of foot ball ,to be played Satur
day at Vinton park between the Omaha
Commercial college and Boyles college
teams promises to be Interesting. The
college spirit . is wrought up to a high
pitch and euch team ttels sure of victory.
Rooting organizations have been formed
and everything Is being done by both
parties to make this game one of the best
played In Omaha. The Omaha Commercial
College team already Jias a number of
scalps hanging to Its belt, while the Boyles
team has not won so many victories, it
is composed of a number of experienced
players, and each has determined to make
a battle royal for victory. The game will
be called at 8 o'clock In the afternoon. The
Commercial college team is scheduled for
a game with the second team of the state
university a week from Saturday, and for
that reason is anxious to make a success
ful effort at the forthcoming game. If
you wish to have a royal time on Saturday
afternoon go and see tho game to be played
at the Vinton Street Bark.
Word comes from Ames that 200 rooters,
including the band, will accompany the
team to Lincoln Saturday, when the Agri
cultural team plays the Cornhuskers. Ames
has a strong team of green men and has
lost no game except the Minnesota gamn.
Of the men who were expected to return
this year Watts, center, Tedtlck, Dunn
and Thompson failed to show up, and
with the freshmen conference rule In
operation made a dearth of good players.
The quarterback, Jacusen. Is out of the
game for one year, so that the lineup is
composed mostly of green men. Although
Ames has an almost entirely new team
the rooters expect to have the team put up
an excellent game, and although a victory
Is not predicted by the management, It is
regarded as a thing possible. Ames has
a Hard schedule this year, including Minne
sota, Nebraska, Grlnnell, Iowa and Drake.
This is a harder list of teams to face
than most any team In the went has and
the team must be physically fit to meet
such aggregations in one season.
Tourist car passenger" on tho Union Pacific
enjoy excellent dining car service at mod
erate expense. All meals in dining
cars are served
A LA CARTE
a complete meal
or light lunch being obtained at reason
able prices, passengers paying only for
what they order Meals oan also be pro
cured at first-class dining Btations or at
lunch counters en route. Or, if passengers
choose, they can provide themselves with lunch
baskets, which can be replenished as occasion
requires at the different eating bouses on the line.
If you cross the continent In one of the tourist sleepers of tbe
You will enjoy your trip and save considerable money.
City Ticket Ofllce, 1324 Farnani Street.
"Never look for b'rds
of this year In the nests
Totals, Canada....' . 15,429.92S 23.1.
Balances paid in cash.
tNot Included in totals because contain
ing other items than clearings.
BRADSTHEET-S REVIEW OF TRADE
Colder Weather Further Stimulates
Retail Bnalaeas West and North.
NEW YORK. Nov. S. Bradstreefs to
morrow will say:
Colder weather has further stimulated re
tail tradii west .and north, while higher
cotton prices and practically the lifting of
all quarantines have helped southern de
mand and collections. Jobbing business
contln ies in unusual volume for this season
of the year and holiday up. Halties show
increased call. Spring demands are looming
up in a number of lines, apparently fore
shadowing a shorter between-nenaons period
than UHinl. Industry generally shows un
precedented activity, with Iron and steel a
notable leader, followed by shoe and textile
manufacturing. The building trades, and
therefore the demand for lumber and ma
terials show unexampled movement for this
seism. Although the congestion In railway
matters has been relieved at some points,
notably at lake and rail centers, complaints
as to car shortages affecting the movement
of grain and collections come from tho
northwest Coal and onke movement are
menaced in the ceulral west and the lum-
for this sea- )
son's styles lr last year's
stock. You won't find any
of last year's styles at the
Crossett store- The Crossett
has been enlarged yearly for several
years a.nd hasn't yet succeeded in
overstocking Crossett deaJers.
3-50 SHOE -00
MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY
If your stealer dee not nee thorn, we will sen any style on
receipt ol arleo with 2 Jo. svdditlenel to nay (erwardlaj oterea-
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HOME VISITORS' RATES
Illinois Central R.R.
The Date, November 27th g
A chance to visit your old home. Why not spend
Thanksgiving with old friends once more! The Illinois
Central makes this possible by offering exceptionally low
rates for the round trip, as shown below, with 21 day limit.
Toronto, Ont $35.55
Indianapolis, ind . vza.zv
Buftalo, N. Y
Salamanca, N, Y. . ..
Cincinnati, O $27.83
Toledo, O $5.70
Pittsburg. Pa $;l.oo
Wheeling, W. Va $11. 70
Springfield, 111 $17.45
Kankakee, 111 $18.00
Uloonitngton, 111 $lfl.5
Decatur. Ill 17.l0
Correspondingly low rates to nearly all points in the
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