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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SfXDAY. XOVEMHEK :. 1P0.".
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what hp shall wear and auks the
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thinks be known It all.
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yours that you are becomingly
dressed, we are always ready
to give yon the benefit of our
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tlre $20.00 to f4.".0O.
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lORNIIlSKERS PLAY IS MID
tow 8ut Col'ej f Amei ltt by
Eoore of Twtatj.Oaa to Nothing.
SLIPPERY BALL CAUSES MANY FUMBLES
HenedW-t'e Bool anal One Long Ran
the Oaly Spectacalnr Kealarea
of (in nit- Plated la a Pr.
Ins Haln Storm.
(Prom s BtafT Correspondent )
LINCOLN, Nov. 4. tPpocial Telegram.)
Booth's Cornhuskers snd Hip Iowa sgrl
culturists of Afros plnyed foot ohII today
ankle deep In mud. t lie rnin descending In
torrents during every minute of piny. The
result wss a decisive victory for the Corn
huskcrs, who scored four touchdowns and
twenty-one points In short halves of twenty
Both teams fumbled badly because of the
slippery ball, hut the visitors were more
unfortunate In this respect and the Corn
buskers were quick to avail themselves of
every blunder. Nebraska resorted per
sistently to punting In the second half,
ISenertlrt's spirals escaping the Ames backs
or else resulting In a fumble. By these
tactics the Cornhuskers kept the ball within
hailing distance of the Iowa goal and were
able to force their way through on straight
line plunges for three of their touchdowns,
The only startling pluy of the day was
pulled off by Benedict. Nebraska's quarter
buck. Taking the ball on a fake buck at
center, he skirted Ames' light end with
McDonald Interfering and ran sluty-fivr
yards for the Cornhuskers' last touchdown.
An Ames tackier fintilly Overtook the flee
ing Cornluisker and downed him. but Bene
dict's last stride had carried him over the
The Cornhuskers had only a slight ad
vantage In weight, but Ames only once was
diinu rous. Blocking one of Benedict's
punts In Nebraska territory, the lowiina
rushed the ball to within fifteen yards of
the Cornhuskers' goal line. Twice Ames
Could not gain and on the crucial down
the lowans fumbled and Nebraske cap
tured the ball. Benedict followed with a
forty-yard sprint and Ames waa not again
within hailing distance.
Time was ttiken out frequently to permit
the raln-chllled and rauil-bedraggled play
ers to flush the black nose from their
mouths and eyes. The lineup:
Iowa man was shamming, otherwise there
were no disputes to mar the 'contest.
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182224 St Mary' Ava.. Omiha.
Touchdowns: Schwlnn 13. Mcllownn ('-').
Streff. i)iala from touchdowns: McOowan,
Chalmers VI). White Hubstttutxs: Cuant
for Davis. Tupper for Allen. Washburn for
Mi'ikiwan, Bemmls for Kent.
Referee: Oule. Tmplre: Thorn. Time
Retper: Hit Mayer.
HOVI,K IIEtTM RV lOMMERdtH
Moddr Field at Vlatoa ( of a
Fealareleaa ;aaae. a
The Omaha Commercial college and
Boyle's Business college teams flound"red
through the mud in an almost featureiess
Kline at Inton Street park (Saturday aft
ernoon. Honors were carried off by ihe
Commercial college, the score being 15 to
a. Twenty and fiftecn-mlnute halves were
I ,ie Commercial college chose the north
goal and the ball waa kicked off by the
Boylea. who lost It on the third down.
By small gains through the line the Com
mercial college look the ball down to the
two-yard line. and. after being held twle
Kehoe was pushed over. Cox missed goal.
During the remainder of the half Boylea
fought hard, but from the klckoff were
steadily pusned back. On i:iTr n-,n fifteen
yard line they held and took the ball.
Time was culled after Ihe first down.
In the seiDnd half Kehoe took the ball
on the second play and ran slty yards
to Boylea' five-yard line. Baal went
through the line for a touchdown. Cox
missed goal. The Commercial college took
the ball from Boylea soon after tho next
klckoff and marched steadily down the
field, the bull being carried through tackles
by Baal and Kehoe and through guard
and center by Cox. Touchdown was made
by Cox. Baal missed goal and time was
called. The lineup:
LINCOLN IN WESTERN LEAGIE
"Ducky" Halmti Qi-en Ftaochiie Whiekii
Traoifama from St. Jostpb.
OLD OFFICERS ARc ALL RE-ELECTED
b. E. R. F. Bnllord
. L. T n. T Jl.rvry
..U O il t; Wlnnlow
,.R. 11. I, c, Tnuw.1
. .R. T. b. T Herman
.R. E. L. K R.nanr
Q.'Q Tompnelt P.r.rfcon
R. H. t, H Ooorliii h
t.. II JR. II MrNeill
. . F. t F. H Arlanrt.r
Ufie Best of
The Only Double
VERY LOW FARES
TO POINTS IN
Wiarta, Michigan, Chio,
Pennsylvania, Hew York,
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Touchdowns: Wilson, Mason, Little. Bene
dict, lion I: Weller. t'mplre: Henry dale
of Chicago university. Kcferee: Dr. (Jut
land of the Cnlverslty of Pennsylvania.
Time of halves: Twenty minutes.
PHICKTOX IFKKII FIRST UK FEAT
Are I sable to Score
name with Dartnioath.
PRINCKTON. N. J.. Nov. 4 -rrlnceton
suffereil Its first defeat for the season to
day when Ijiirtmouth made the only scora
and won the game, ft to 0, Princeton's men
were handicapped by poor physical condi
tion and began the game with three sub
stitutes occupying positions In the line.
Purtnmuth played in magnificent style. Its
men after two weeks' rest being In the
pink- of condition. They played hard In
the first half, rushing the ball to 1'rlncnton's
penalties for offside plays. The ball was
worked down to Princeton's ten-yard line
In the early part of the game after a
sixty-yard advance, but Princeton held for
downs. Dartmouth again started Its Irresti-
ble attack and reached the eight-yard line j
with the assistance of three penalties. Here
Princeton again held, but McCormlck'a punt
was blocked by Hlch. another scramble
ensued, which ended with the ball In j
Banker's arms. Mav kicked the goal and '
the half ended one minute later with the
score 6 to 0.
Princeton adopted a desperate effort to
retrieve Itself In the second half, but found
it a hopeless undertaking. The lineup:
Season ! Open One Week l.aler and
(lose a Week Later Than
Unrlav Ihe Paa TlajlaB
CHICAGO, Nov. 4. (Special Telegram.)
At the annual meeting of the Western
league base ball magnates held today the
old officers, from President Morris ("Tip ")
O'Neill down, were re-elected for the ensu
ing year, and the St. Joseph franchise was
transferred to "Ducky" Holmes, who
represented Lincoln. Neb. The league's
circuit now embraces Des Moines. Denver,
Pueblo, Omnha. Sioux City and Lincoln.
I St. Joseph lost Its franchise because It
did not live up to Its obligations, and as
Holmes was on hand with Ihe required
j amount of money he was taken Into the
fold. The Importnnt subject discussed and
which the directors representing the east
ern circuit cnrrled, was the Increase of
admission from 25 cents to 30 cents at
Denver and Pueblo. This was practically
demanded liecause of railroad expenses.
Topeka, Kan., requested to be admitted
Into the league, but as It Is connected with
another organisation It was turned down.
The club representatives present were
a-o Muchenberger, St. Joseph: W. A.
Rourke, Omaha: W. F. Duncan, Sioux City;
Mayor West and council, Pueblo; R. R.
Burke and George Tebeau, Denver. M. K.
Cantllllon. Des Moines, was represented by
The season will open one week Inter and
close a week later than last, season.
The dlrectora decided to increase
salary of the president on account Of
auccessful way In which he managed
affairs of the league last season.
Kach club will be required to furnish a
cash bond of 13.000 for the faithful per
formance of Its contract.
Unenhn 1? 1 974 .h
ColllllS i I !".' . l' l
Movna I H Kl
It Ice IS l.v.V .Kl
McKelvev 97 .I'M
Sutton 1:' I . I'it
Plianahan .1 v"t .Ml
R ish il mI l
Johnson 1 l'n
Sttne 12 1 "i1 KS
Wlemer. J I .l.W
Bisrnussen !' I.ec .151
llrotte 1 :'.' l.V
f'rlnkwater S 4W .1r4
Nichols. R 12 l.sli 14
Hlnrlchs 1.377 l.Vl
Nichols. i.r.h 1JI
Butler .. 6 !'; 1M
Solomon 12 1.M2 1.M
Baehr ( 6 .lit
HARVARD Wl FROM 4 Altl ll.K
Crimson Defense nt Mroai Knoaah
to Keen Indiana froan Scoring.
CAMBRIDilE. Mass Nov. 4. A crushing
attack enabled Harvard to make four touch
downs agilnst the Carlisle Indians on Sol
dlers' Held today, but Ihe Crimson defense
could not keep back their opponents fron
scoring twice, the final points being to 11.
Harvard scored twice In each half, the first
touchdown coming In the Hist five minutes
of play. The Indians made one touchdown
In each half, the lust one principally by a
brilliant tlfty-five-yai d run by Mount Pleas
ant In the gathering darkness. Harvard
kept Its fine plays well hidden, depending
entirely on driving a three-man tandem Into
the line, usually with Brill, the tackle, at
the head. There was very little kicking,
the Indians having the better of It. Penal
ties were frequent, the Indiana usually
lielng tho sufferers, while Carlisle made five
fumbles to one for Harvard.
During the Intermission between the
halves, a delegation of young women from
Carlisle waved their red and gold flags and
sang "Tammany." to the delight of the
crowd. The lineup:
HARVARD. ' CARUSl.B.
Ltary b. K R. K Rubo. Ruf
...U. T 1. I tJmum.
,..L. .. h. u Larouua
t C Si-uil
..R. O. L. O Dillon, llui.l
. R. T. 1.. T Power
. . K. E. L. K Wahoo
Q. Q Mount Fl.aa.nl
..I,. 11 . R. II. . Arrhfqu.te, Sheldon
. .K. H. b. II Alhan.i. Charles
.. T. b. V. B Dubois, Poller
BRXKKTT HKLOMi TO SKATl'LH
National Baae Ball Commission Settle
Dlapnle Over Kaahvllle Player.
CINCINNATI. Nov. 4. Player Bennett of
the Nashville club during moat of the last
season, for whose servlcea the St. Louis
National league club and the Seattle club
of the Pacific Coast league entered con-
ii r . I . I . i 111 v. .1 1 .. ........
IIik lnlt-r sufTprlnir nine n'iing ciiiioin. win vunin w, ,n.
uie lauer sunermg nine , . , . H-,,. n,.prHii, m a de-
clalon announced today by the National
Base Ball commission. The Seattle club
claims that the player was regularly pui
chaaed, the sale being announced on Sep
tember 1 Is declared to be established, and
the St. 1-ouIh attempt to draft him on that
date is not allowed. However, It Is further
announced that If the player IS with the Se
attle club on November 15. that being tho
beginning of the drafting season In the Pa
cific Coast league, he will be subject to
HAIMiKHS WIS FROM TUB GOPHKHS
Fast Work of Wisconsin Team Too
Much for Heavy Minnesota Men.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. 4 -Wisconsin's
foot bull eleven defeated the University of
Minnesota on Northrup field this afternoon
by a score of 18 to 12. With an attack, the
sustained fierceness of which, even accord
ing to tho Minnesota, adherents, has never
been seen here before, the Wisconsin eleven
scored two touchdowns In the first half and
won the game In the second half by a
pretty drop kick from the thirty-two-yard
line by Quarterback Melsener. Min
nesota scored first, a fumble of a punt by
Melaener being responsible for this -touchdown,
and added another touchdown In the
second half, when the team was apparently
Minnesota, weakened In the line by the
absence of Bafford, the regular center,
who broke his hand during a scrim
mage Thursday, nevertheless apparently
outweighed the Wisconsin forwards, and
their advantage In weight was expected to
tell heavily In the second half after the ter
rific work of the first part of the ';iine. But
It did not. On the contrary, Wisconsin. In
spite of the fact that Minnesota scored a
touchdown In the second half, fairly played
the big Minnesota linesmen off their feet,
during that period of the game carrying the
ball from their own forty-flve-yard line to
Minnesota's twenty-yard line on straight,
hard foot ball, two, three and five yards at
a time. Then Mlunaota braced sufficiently
to get the ball on downs.
The game abounded in spectacular fea
tures. Both of Wisconsin's touchdowns and
Minnesota's second touchdown were made
on long runs which brought the 2S,0u0 spec
tators to their feet, amid a roar of cheer
ing. Fumbling was done by both teams and
was unusually disastrous.
Minnesota's first touchdown was directly
due to a dropped punt by Melsener. Mel
sener, In fact, figured more than any one
cine In the scoring done by Minnesota. Be
sides missing this punt he failed to down
Cutting on the latter's long run for a touch
down. The little Wisconsin player made up
for this, however, by his drop kick which
won the game for Wisconsin.
That Minnesota did not lose by a larger
score was due really to the work of its
backs on defense. Today's defeat dissi-
Rafterty. H. Dillon.
R Dillon. Tannay.
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WITH THK BOWI.F.HS.
Detailed work of bowlers in Omaha league
having a percentage above .110:
L. 11 II
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Sew York I nlverslly Suffers Worst
Defeat In Ita History.
NKW YORK, Nov. 4. Completely out-
filayed. Columbia suffered the worst foot
all defeat In Its history at American
League park this afternoon, being beaten
by Vale hy the score of 53 to 0. It was
Yale's game from the very tiutset. Everv
play was well directed. The lok field
worked as one man in dashing through tho
holes made by the linemen and dragging on
for yard after yard, with the whole Colum
bia team hanging onto them. It seldom
required more than one play to make the
first down. Tripp. Blgelow and Forbes
comprised an lrresialable secondary attack
and Shevlln was always good for five or ten
yards. He made one ninety-yard dash from
ths kick-off through the whole Columbia
team and 'over the goal line, but the ball
was brought back for holding. Conditions
remained unchanged in the second half.
Columbia was plucky but powerless and
Vales touchdowns came with persistent
regularity. The lineup:
TALE. I COLl'MBIA.
L. E R. E
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L. 1.,R. 0
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R. U. L. O
R. I. L. T
R. K. I. K
L. H. L. H
R. It !
. .Davla. Ryan
.. .Flatter, Fowler
J. H. Flrher
W. G. Johnson 13
C. J. Francisco 18
Hull i.... 1K
G. O. Francisco 9
For special prices Potter has Ifteen er
rorless games, C. J. Francisco ten games
above 200 and Sprague won the Rtori
monthly prize for October with a total of
Standing of teams in Omaha Bowling
league at the end of Uie first round:
Won. Lost. Pc. T 1 Pins.
Tla-era Prepare for Dellevue.
CRETE, Neb.. Nov. 4. (Special. ) There
was no game for the Doane team yester
day. Most of the boys took In the Amea
Nebraska game at Lincoln. Next week
work will be begun in a much harder
strain, putting oil the finishing louche
and rounding out the team work for the
Bellevuc gnme a week hence. The last
two days hard scrimmage took place on
the Held, which had dried sufficiently to
allow the teams to practice; Friday after
noon the 'varsity lined up against the
scrubs for a half hour's scrimmage, being
on the defensive the greater pari of Ihe
time. When the 'varsity took the ball
they lore big boles In the scrub line and
sent the backs through for long gains.
The scrub offense was good; they hacked
across the field for n touchdown against
the 'varsity. Dickinson snd Parsons were
tiled In the back Held in the place of John
son and Marh. who are not out for scrim
mage. Gruyblel went In at his old plnce
at guard. This was the first time he has
been out for a week and a half.
The Doane team has the largest men III
the lineup It has ever had. Their line
bucks and end runs are good gaineia.
Bellevue has a good record this year, and
the game next Saturday promises to be
fierce and spirited and decides the state
championship. The entire Doane squad ap
pear perfectly confident of victory and will
win if possible by good playing.
Business Cojleae Trampled On.
HASTINGS. Neb.. Nov. 4. (Special.) The
Grand Island Business college fool ball
team had Its colors trailed In the dust here
yesterday afternoon to the tune of 17 to 0
by the Hnstines college team. All poin's
i were made In the first half. The feature of
I the game was Gannon's sevenly-five-yanl
GRAND ISLAND .
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Grand Island. Timekeeper, Jack Mines.
Armours 18 5 .782 19,02
Cudahys 14 7 .7 HUM
Met Bros 13 8 .619 19.212
Stori Bluea H 10 .524 19.H62
Krug Parks 10 11 .476 19.47C
Onimoda 8 13 .381 18.647
Benos 7 . 14 .Xi3 17.4
Black Kats 5 16 .238 18,071
Work of the teams in detail:
Pc. Sr. Hp. Spls. Er.
Krug Parks 913 315 4h.s In.. s2
Armours M 4i 4j 99 92
Hlorg Blues i;t 374 4U 12b !"1
Mela Bros 9"2 377 4HK 116 92
Cudahys 8;i 4"2 4:46 117 98
Oulmods 8sr 374 4l) 132 lol
Bcnos 8i9 323 4."8 I.W Kit)
Black Kats 834 33U 461 113 156
Purdue Defenta Missouri.
LAFAYETTE. I mi.. Nov. 4,-The fntver
slty of Missouri foot ball eleven was der
feated by the Purdue university tenn on
Stewart field this afternoon by a score of
24 to 0. The game was slow, much time be
ing taken out because of the condition of
Maupln, Missouri's fullback, who went. Into
the game while suffering from oolls. He
was compelled to retire during the second
half, Tillman substituting. Fraser and
Brookmeyer were the stars for the visitors.
SI or in Lake
W'lna In the Mud.
Ia., Nov. 4. (Special Tel-
egram.) Storm Lake High school defeated
Clarion at toot ball here today by a score
of 17 to 0 in one of the hardest fought
games ever played on the local field. Both
teams are heavy and fast, but the locals
wre stmnfi-ep on the rtofpnse IT On v if
5' Clarion and Chapman F. Sleigh and j O.
JJr I Ray of the locals were stars. The muddy
Wins at Mitchell.
S. D.. Nov. 4. (Special
.F. 8. F. B.
Von Bataia ) McCague
W olverines Oatrlaaa Suckers and Win
Thirtr-Tbree to Nothing.
CHAMPAIGN, III.. Nov. 4.-Before 8,oW
persona the foot ball team of the diver
sity of Michigan today easily defeated the
C. J. Francisco 18
' G. O. Francisco....
Cnlversliv of Illinois. 33 to 0. The nointa Clay
were rolled In by Michigan without much Tonneman
trouble, the Illinois men being outclassed
and outweighed fifteen pounds to the man.
The Michigan men, confining their play to
straight line plunging, readily gained from
three to live yards on nearly every play.
Michigan was penalized several times for
holding and off-side play.
High School Buys L-eut Sorinala.
HASTINGS, Neb.. Nov. 4. Special Tele
gram.) In a fiercely contested runic Iht
paled all hope of Minnesota figuring in the r'.'nay Hastings Mign scnool won from the
,t.a ii,,., Dviiuiii . ri rn llf,J KKOie
of foot ball. The acore was 16 to 0. The
western championship this year. The
MINNESOTA. I WISCONSIN.
Burgen R. K L. E brlndlay
Bru.h H. TIL. T Ber.ka
Smith R. iLL. 0 Donovan
Knaelaad C'c Remp
Vita L. O. R. o Oolbarh
lunar L. T. R. T Doaring
Marehall L. R. H. K , Hu.h
Welwl y.ig Melaenar
Kramer R. II L. H FindUy
Cutting I.. H H. II Vanderboom
Current r. B. F. B Hoaelh
IOWA'S F.ASY TIMU WITH UHIF.LL
seorea Forty-Fire to Nothing for the
IOWA CITY, la., Nov. 4.-(Speclul TeM
gram.l Iowa defeated Grlnneli tialay by
tile acore of 46 to 0. The Hawkeyea took the
lead from the start. White carried the
klckoff back lo the center of the held, and
f'ir the next ten minutes, before Iowa
scoreij. the collegians fought gamely on
their own territory. Grinnell'a line proved
strong enough to force Kent to kick three
tlmea before Schwlnn carried the ball over
for a touchdown. Iowa showed the benefit
of the weeks work by the way In which
the men got Into the play, though Kent
bad great difficulty In turning lirlnnell a
ends. Wlille and Allen both gut away for
tlilrly-yard gains around right, bul the
steady gains which gave the Hawkeyea
two touchdo-.vns In the first half were the
hurdling of McGowan through center and th
liie tackle bucks of Schwlnn. Iowa's big
tackle proved Ihe salvation uf the univers
ity learn before Grinnell'a line weakened,
and was sure of three to fifteen yards
whenever he waa called on. Iowa w as nen-
j allied fifty yards In the first half and Grin-
neu waa uicgy 111 scoring a nrty-yurd punt
on a fumble, but the only time the Haw key e
goal was threatened Grinnell waa thrown
baclc for a loss. Gales, refere.. tienalized
Iowa twice because he claimed an injured
Hrtrmo-T. (mnt.ln. nja
'O mome I breaks up roiua tu
the, het In a fear hours
letvea 00 bad af 'er-effecta
like Quinine Preparations.
Dora the worn n.ileklv
naiely get a bog tedar from tour drug-gi-t
A for the Oiuit loiortd Box
and ee that Ihe label reada
FianaJoONTAIftS N0 QUIIIIslKaf Oh
Kiini. was ion ui Kinicer rrnrn srsrr ti ri-
Ish. Hastings scored a touchdown In four 1 Hodges
minutes arter me game started, but after 1 -magm
unit had hard sieuiling to advance the pig
HASTINGS. KEARXtV NORMALS
Borley . . ,
I'mplre: George Plnneo of Lincoln
eree: Prof, pirner of Kearney.
W. G. Johnson
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MITCHELL. S. D.. Nov. 4-(Sp lal Tele
gram.) The Huron High school eleven de
feated the Mitchell High school team this
afternoon by a score of 16 to 6. Huron
made Its touchdowns on short end runs,
with the aid of its good Interference. Mitch
ell's score was secured by a fake Hy.
I.ugau Defeats Deulson.
DENISON, la.. Nov. 4. (Special.) The
Logan foot ball team defeated Denisnn
here Friday afternoon by a score of 5 10 0.
F. W. Stern 01 Logan umpired.
Clynirr Signs with Columbus.
COLI MBI'S, O., Nov. 4. -William J. Cly
mer today signed a contruot to manage the
Columbus American association base bull
team during the season of liUKl.
It- E. L. K Heniyue
k f L. T Hlbbald
R. O. I.. 0 sioi,.
C- C Carpanlir
L. R. G Bohannan
L. T. R. T Allan
L. K. R. E Brows
Q 4 Sham.k
. H. il. L. H. MiM.nn
F. B. P. B Troupa
U H. R. H Dla
Llncoln seeond Wlua.
ASHLAND. Neb., Nov. 4. (Special
grain.! OH a sloppy field the second foot
ball learn of ihe Lincoln High school de
feated Ashland this afternoon. 10 to 0.
Viiglnia, 47; On
Scores of Other Mantes.
At Philadelphia Pennsvlvanla. 6
At Pittsburg Western 1'iiiversiiy
Pennsylvania. 48; Bethany college, 0.
At La wience I'niverslty of Kansas,
aniiiriK ion, .
At Bethlehem, Pa. Lehigh, f,6; Gal
At Annapolis. Md Navy, H;
vanla State, 61.
At Ithaca, N. Y. Swarthinort.
At Morgiinlown. W. Va. West Virginia
15; Kentucky State, ().
At Bloomington. Ind Indiana.
At Denver I'niverslty of Colorado.
I'niverslty of l lsh. 5.
At Chicago Marquette, 5; Northwest
At Terra Haute. Ind. Rose Polytechnic.
56; Franklin, 0.
At Berkeley. Cal. I'niverslty of Califor
nia. 16: Nevada. 0.
At Middletown. Conn Weslevan. 27
At Worcester. Mass. Holy Cross. 9; Am
At Albany. N. Y.-Williama. 6; Col
At Notre Dame, lnd. Notre Dame. 17;
At Charlottesville. Va Virginia Poly
technic. 11: I'niversltv of Vlrcinia. .
At Mount Vernon Iw-s Monica college. 18;
At Richmond, lnd Whittenberg acad
emy. 35: KHrlhaiii college. 5
At Craw fordvllle. Ind Wabash college,
56; lake Forest, 9.
At Dea M'Unes Drake. 76; Simpson. 0.
Al Columbus. C Ohio. f3: Kenyon. U.
At Cedar Kapids. 1 4. Cue, 6, Normal, I
G E. Johnson 21
Weher . , c
The following schedule will I,, nl, i.l u.
the Metropolitan alleys this week:
NovemlHT 6 Armours No. 2 against Hugo
November 7 Thuraton Rlflea aguiuat
November 8 P. G.'s Kamog against
Stephens & Smith.
November 9-Life Malta against Jctter
N. Nelson was high man for the monthly
prlr given by Stephens A Smith, making
b"4, a Ha wen hat for the Individual making
hlsii three games In one night.
Standing af the teams in the Commercial
Life Milt 10.27
Falstaffa 9 888
Gold Tops 9. 834
Stephena it Smith 9 677
P. & G.'a Kamoa 9 63
Armoura No. 2 9.4T
Thurston Rlflea 9.172
Hugo F. Bilg 9.(64
P. W. 1 Pet.
12 11 1 .917
12 9 3 .750
12 7 6 bkA
12 7 5 . 583
12 4 h .3(3
12 4 .333
12 3 9 .j:
12 3 9 .20
Geneva Boya Win at Bnaket Ball.
GENEVA, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special.) Yes
terday afternoon Ihe Fairmont and Geneva
boys' basket ball teams played, with a vic
tory for the latter, 36 to 6.
' I tried all kimla of blond remedies whleh failed
'.1 do uie any good but I have louurt ilia rmht thing
al la.t. .My (' iu full of pmipl.a ami blark
li.n. After inking- ('na'-areta they all left I am
eoniinnlng tha 11. a of them and reromniendnig
tne-n l'i ui) frlen.l.. I .'e Hue when I riae n lla
uiorning. Hops to bava a chance 10 re.icnameiii
Fred C. Witlen. 74 Eim 81., Newark. M. t.
irm - aV-VVJlaY '1l
fr'l U,W) -
Manr a bright and promising career
has been blighted by injurious habits
of folly be tore the age of knowledge
and understanding, end many have
been cut short bv the unfortunate
contracting of some poisonous special
dln-ase which, through neglect or Im
proper treatment, has completely un
dermined and shattered the physical
!,-.. ,,li Ii nntl mental f net lilt les. No
, greater mistake ran be made than to consider llphlly Ihe rlrM evidence of
the introduction of anv private .Incase Into vour system or to neglect the first
symptoms, weakened mind end approach of nervous debility, caused by Im
proper or unnatural habits, excesses, dissipations, etc.
Such Indifference and neglect of the first symptoms ire responsible roe
thousands of human wrecks, failures in life and business, domenie discord ann
unhappy married life, divojee. insanity, suicide, etc. Men! Why take such
desperate rhanos? The manlfest-ilion of the li'sl symptoms of any disease
or weakness should be a warning for on to lake prompt steps to safeguard
vour future life and happiness. You should carefully aold all uncertain, ex
perlmetal, dangerous or half-way treatment, for upon the success of the first
treatment depends whether vou will bo promptly restored to health sgaln. wit 1
all taint of the poisonous disease removed from your system, or whether It will
he allowed to become chronic and subject you to future recurrences of the dis
ease, with the various resulting complications, etc.
"We make tio misleading; atatementa or unbusinesslike proposi
tions to the nfflleted, neither do Tie promise to enre them In a few
day" nor offer cheap, worthless treatment In order to aecur their
patronage, lint we a-uarantee a perfect, sate and laatlna enre In tha
quickest possible time, without leaving Injurious after effecta la.
the arateni, and at the lowest possible eoat for honest, skillful and
We cure quickly, safely and thoroughly
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual Debility.
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal
Kidney and Urinary Diseases
and all diseases and weaknesses cf men due to Inheritance, evil habits, self
abuse, excesses or the result of specific; or private diseases.
rnUCIII TlTiniU rDrr Office Hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 to 1 only.
UUMOULI AllUit rltLL. j vou i-unnot call write for svmptoni blank.
ELECTRO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Btwn 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Nab.
THREE JURIES AGREE
UAKER MAID RYE
li the Whiskey par eieellenee.
The committees of award at
tha International Pure Food
Exhibition. Parla, France; Bt.
Louis World's Fair; Lewis and
Clark Expogltton. Portland,
Oregon decorated Quaker Maid
Rye, with the blghea awardg
against all competition IX
WON ON MERIT.
Quaker Maid Rye
"THE WHISKEY WITH A REPUTATION
at any leading bar, cafe or drag store,
and you will andorsa tneir opinion.
S. HIRSGH & GO. Kansas City, Mo.
iIi J.f, :i J .-. V I
w 1 1
a oonr. m r a o tt
DESERVES THE BEST
BEER THAT CAN BE BREWED
Always popular beouuse it is pleasant,
refreshing and nppetlilng.
TETTER BREWING CO., So. Omaha
Omaha Headnnarlers: Co. P. I tiffs Had-rnarters:
Hi r.O F. nil... . I.KK Ml'lVllb;!.
14th & nouglaa. Tel. 1518. K112 Main Street. Tel 80.
K 14th (
f J The Dowels yt
Illinois Central R.R.
The Date, November 27th
A chanre to visit your uld homo. Why not s)?ud
Thaiiksfriviiij' with old frionda once more? The Illinois
Central makes this possible by ottering exceptionally low
rates for the round trip, as shown below, with 21 day limit.
Plaaa.nl Pal.t.ht.. Potent Tail. Onod rioOood,
Narar rilrkau, IVaaaan er rli. 10c. 2S- 0c. Na.ar
nid In tiiilk. Tha gaiiiilna t.blol atampail C C C.
uurauload to eura or your aioimir baek.
Starling Remedy Co., Chicago er M.Y. S9S
AKKUALSALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
We use our own name
In our buaineag' you know
who you are doing busl
VARICOCELE AKO HYDROCELE
Sfm. Mrl,AdRSSISou, pa,n or lo"
BLOOD POISON "ffa '.r ' ?"" r
body, in mouth, tongue, throat, hair and '
eyebrowa falling out disappear completely j
Weik,rKerous, Men m.?,nj, !
nervoua debility, early decline, lack of vigor i
and el length.
I'HISART, Kidney and Bladder Troubles '.
Weak back, Hurtling I'rine. Fivquency of '
rii anng. I rine High Colored or with
Indianapolis, lnd . .
Buffalo, N. .Y
Salamanca, N. Y. . ,
Cliu lnnatl, O 97.85
Toledo. O Wi.lO
Pittsburg, Pa ,$:il.OO
Wheeling. W. Va iU.70
Springfield, 111 917.43
Kankakee, 111 918.00
Bloomington, 111 916.63
Decatur, 111 917.90
Columbus. O 92H.18
Correspondingly lowT rates to nearly all points in the
For full particulars call at 1402 Farnam. Street, Omaha,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, OMAHA, NEB.
.!.', I Milky Sediment on standing
.P.o ! Treatment bj mall. 14 yeara OP l'C
.ltii i CtSSKLX PRACTICE IN OMAHA Cor
lh4 I n" of Hi and Douglag, Omaha, Nab.
Move Before It is Cold!
It Is easy 16 forget how uncomfortable you were last winter.
If you happen to have an office In a poorly built building, or where
there la a poor heating yetem now la the time to move to the oae '
building in Omaha that la alwaya warm la winter.
THE BEE BUILDING
There are a few very choice rooms from which to chooaa. Just now, sever
al grnajl roomi and three large rooms. There Is. fur eumple, a corner room
with a vault and a amull room adjoining on Ihe second floor; a room with
vault on the nrtn a eoutn suite on trie sum. ana eevenu uo amiui rwma
Prloee rang from $10 to $40 per niomli.
IU C. Peter et Co., Ken La 1 Ageoiu.
Ground Floor, IS Building
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