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THE OMATIA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1905.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
Koutj to Pay Fir Depvtment Ealariei
"Fsund" by ' cmptroller.
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS IS TRANSFERRED
Vnnd Mar Oalr Me I ed ttt leet the
Vmy Roll, According; to Pro
vision inserted hr R"
lalloa hy Hack.
TIMS fire department will nul be reduced
because of a lack of fundi!, Ihe city council
lut night having adopted the suggestion
of Comptrollui I-obeck and transferred
$.',000 from the back taxes collected In the
rlrat three month of the year to the fire
fund. Thin via not done until Hack
had moved that It be i)t-citid lliut the
money he used for the payment of salaries.
Though. It wai Htuted there wan no way
the council could prevent the 1'ollce Bounl
from buying appuralua with any other
l.'.UOO. even though it lined this money for
salaries, Ihe motion carried. Hack mado
Hie suggestion breuuan after money had
In-en transferred to the police fund tha
board advertised for bids for two oattol
Among the Important resolutions adopted
wu one creating the office of second as
sistant cltr attorney at a salary of H.800
a year Whn this resolution waa Intro
duced City Attorney Breen announced that
tha claim agent would go out of offlre
January 1, and that hla second assistant
had resigned, ao ha wanted to consolidate
t.he two offlrea by allowing the assistant to
rti the work of the Halm agent. The two
offices now pay M.RW a. year, and thua ha
fimired a saving to the rlty.
Tho taxes levied against the Salvation
urmy property on Davenport atreet and
HKRlnat the pursonaRe of St. Matthew's
ehurrh were rescinded.
Blah-of-Mr for rni-nir.
The ordinance granting th riKht of the
South Omha & Westr rn Railroad company
to cross Koi ty-sei nnd. Clinton and Forty
seventli streets a passed. Thin road la
n branch of tho I'nloti reclflo ind the
oh.fert la to straighten the rond south to
Ordinances were passed bonding the city
In tha sum of SSn.nnn fnr sewers, and Jtlft.Oi
for fire entrlne houses and sites; accepting
Ihe revised ordinances ; changing the curb
line on Twenty-seventh from Ieavenworth
to Mason streets and granting permission
to W. TI. Purnham to erect a platform at
hla proposed new building.
Among the ordinances endorsed was one
making It a misdemeanor to buy stolen
property of value less than and Ax
ing tha punishment at a fine of HMO or im
prisonment for ninety days.
lOvan Introduced a concurrent resolution
authorising County Treasurer Fink, when
he becomea city treasurer, to divide his
bond of JSOO.oon among as many surety
companies as are repreaenled In Omaha.
This waa adopted with Zlmman voting In
ns In City Hall.
Among tho requests received by the coun
cil was one signed by Joseph Redmond of
Ihe Sixth ward and John Putlcr of the
Ninth ward asking that chairs be placed
In the rotunda of tha City Hall ao that
people coming to the seat of the city gov.
ernment could have an opportunity to rest
while waiting for tho elevator. tn their
statement the men said II tired people to
walk up the Seventeenth street iilil und
the chairs were a necessity. "
t harles Dyhall waa unpointed chairman
of the committee on streets and elevators
CUR LETTER BOX.
OMAHA, Nov. .-To the Kditor of The
l'.ee: Advice ia cheap, but If you take cheap
advice you will oftn find that It will coat
you more In the long run than you can
afford to pay for It.
Not long ago a New York paper gave the
following advice to the policy-holder of
a certain life Insurance company:
The quickest and easiest way for the
vlctiiuixed K)llcj -holders to put themselves
out of their tuh-Kiy Uf tliev cannot force
the resignation of the president! will be to
get out and let the rotten hulk, which their
olficeis aie scuttling, sink.
Why this alternative'.' If the pi-esldent is
unworthy of confidence the policy-holders
have the power to get rid of him. Why
should they spare him and kick themselves
into the street? We are not seeking to
pass on the merits or the demerits of the
official referred to, but why, we repent, this
Observe the exact significance of thl
cheap advice. Tho policy-holders arc urged
to throw away $3!,000,00u of good money
simply because they have disapproved of
certain acts of the president of their company.
That company Is not a "rotten hulk." It
la not being "scuttled" by Ita officers. It
la not being acuttled at all. It Is solvent
and has great surplus strength. In any
case. Its policy-holders have dime nothing
to be ashamed of, and are consequently not
called upon to commit harl-karl.
The policy-holders of all the companies
are naturally timid in times such as theae,
and many of them are Ignorant. But the
average American citizen is blessed with
common sense, and the very extravagance
of this advice will minimize Its evil in
fluence. Instead of inducing intelligent
people to act foolishly It will set them to
thinking. And If they begin to think they
will go at the truth:
Grant, if you please, that there has been
mismanagement. Grant, If you please, that
there has been extravagance and waste.
But don't overlook the fact that notwith
standing these evils tho companies that
have been criticised are sound; are In a
position to fulfill every contract, end have
abundant surplus strength. And whatever
tho character of the management of theae
companies has been heretofore, it Is quite
certain that they will be well managed In
the future. Hence, the astounding folly of
the advice that, because (some money lias
been wasted, hundreds of millions of good
assets that remain must be thrown to the
Hut that Ja not all. This advice Is per
nicious, not so much because it counsels
the sacrifice of valuable property, but be
cause of the Injury It would do to Innocent
widows and orphans. How many of these
nollcy-liold'Ts, If tticy should sacrifice good
insuranre on which they have been paying
premiums for many years, would be able
or willing to buy new Insurance at an in
creased cost? And what proportion of them
could get new insurance al all, from any
source whatsoever, if they should throw
away what they now hold?
No! If the ship has been allowed to drift
out of Its course. Htid If you have seen
breakers ahead, and If you have been able
to get Into the right course again, and it
you are now able to go on your way re
joicing. Is it the part of wisdom to turn
hack and run your ship upon the rocks?
Surely not. And yet that Is the cheap ad
vice of the New York paper from whose
editorial the foregoing picturesque para
graph has been quoted. H. P. NKBLY.
NEEDS OF THE POSTOFHCE
Postmaster General Forwards to Treasury
Department Estimate fur Next Tear.
INCREASE SHOWN IN ' EXPENDITURES
Ortr I,IHKI,MN) Will lie Itrttnlred for
Riral Free Delivery Bootes,
an Increase of (lf r
WASHINGTON. Nov. 21. -Postmaster
General Cortelyou completed and for
warded to the secretary of the treasury
the estimates for the rostofflce department
for th fiscal year ending June 3. 13"T.
They show a reduction of expenses
whereever It Is oelicved it will not impair
the service, but provision for development
of postal facllltiea to meet the growing
needs of all sections of the country.
The estimates for the postal service at
large the field service aggregate $193.XW,
000, an Increase over last year's appropria
tion of about S12.umi.000. Tills Increase rcp-
esents the normal growth of the Bervlce
based upon what the postal authorities re
gard as the most careful and conservative
estimates. Each succeeding year sees a
large Increase in the business of the de
partment. The principal articles in the in
crease are the rural delivery service, rail-
ay mall service, compensation to post
masters and their clerks snd the compen
sation of letter carriers.
For the maintenance of the rural delivery
service and its proper extension over S29.-
000,000 will be required. This Is an increase
of 13.600.000 over the appropriation for the
current year, which in turn ia over S5.000,-
Ono mora than that of laat year, so that the
present eatlmate ia SI. 400,000 less than the
Increase of the present over the preceding
That the extension bf the pneumatic tube
service is contemplated la shown by the
fact that the estimate carries ISrSMXtt more
than the current appropriation.
The deficit for the fiscal year ended June
30. 1908. was 114,572.584. This amount, the
difference between the expenditures and
the revenues of the department, it is offi
cially announced, may be said to represent
the actual cost of the postal service to the
people. If recent calculations arc as accu
rate a they have been frequently in the
past they afford good reason for believing
that the deficit for the year ending June
30, 1906, will be considerably less. It Is an
Interesting fact that the total revenue for
the fiscal year 1905 exceeded the total ex
penditure for the fiscal year 1904 by nearly
SPORTS OF A DAY.
CHANCE TO BECOME FIREMEN
1. 1st of Applicants Exhausted
New Applications Will
Chief Salter of the fire department an
nounces the waiting list of applicants for
places on ' the department has been ex
hausted and that the Hoard of Klre and
1'ollce Commissioners will receive a number
of applications from men who nro desirous
of serving their city and country as fire
fighters. Aa vacancies occur those on the
waiting list ara placed in the servlc.
On account of the renting, of our hall by
other parties the Prospect Hill Improve
ment club will meet Wednesday evening,
November 22, at the residence of Hon. John
II. Butler. 1424 North Thirty-third atreet.
corner Thirty-third and Charles atreeta.
JAMES 12. VAN GILDER, Com.
Funeral of Thomas lleafer
The funeral of Thomas Heafev win t.i.
place Wednesday morning. The service will
win iir una ai ti. i'eter a church on
leavenwortli atreet at 9 a. in. The body
now at the home of Mrs. Anna Me.
I.eod. 1303 South Twenty-seventh street
sister or the deceased. Burial will be at
cm. aiary b cemetery, eoutn Omaha.
KtKM'fl . THK KlHO TftACKS
Three Favorites and 1t n Oalatdcrs
Win al nenalasa.
BENNINGS. 1). C . Nov. 21. Three favor
ites, a second choice and to outsiders
with the winners ui t lie Washington
Jockey club meeting nsiay. The surprises
were W. C. luly's l.lKtiess In the fouith
and Kvle Greene" t.f the Shields stable In
the last race, chandler, an apprentice,
made a wonderful ride on Kvle Greene.
First race, six and one-half furlongs:
Free Hooter won. Sheen second, Paul Clif
ford third. Time: l::lv
Second race, six ami one-half furlongs:
Kdlrt won, Akhar second, G. I.. SI. third.
Third race, one mile: Delphi won. Sanruy
second, Koiuoka third. Time: 1 :41'.
Fourth lace, six furlongs: Listless won,
Mlntia tecoud. I)e.r third Time: 1:15.
Fifth race, oie mile: Tliistledalu won,
Copper second. Sue Mac third. Time: 1:42.
Sixth rue", mill' and seventy yards: Kvle
Greene won. Nutcracker second, Skyte
third. Time: 1:4'.'.
NASHV1LLK, Tenii., Nov. 21. Kesulls at
First race, Ave furlongs: Suds won. Mr.
Wiidli-lgh second, Slnrvln New third. Time:
Second race, slv forlonas: Uvadcn won.
Air Ship second, Thespian third. Time:
Third race, one mile, handicap: Estrada,
Palma won, Prince Orna second, Tartan
third. Time: l:4o.
Fourth race, short course, steeplechase,
handicap: Jim Crow won. Potaah aecond,
Voorlands third. Time: 3:0IS-
Klfth Tace, seven furlongs: Fallen I-eaT
won. Easter Jov second, Norwood, Ohio,
third. Time: 1:28V
Sixtii race, one mile: Savlore Faire won.
Sincerity rVde second, Chamblee third.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21. Summaries:
First race, seven furlongs: Firm Foot
won, Lady Mirthful second, Dr. Roberts
third. Time: 1:LX.
Second race, seven furlongs: F. E. Shaw
wcui, Gateway second, Toupee third. Time:
Third race. Futurity course: Silver Sue
won, Jllette second, Succeed third. Time:
Fourth race, one mile: Boarcatcher won,
Riehtful second, Havlland third. Time:
Fifth race, seven furlongs: Ed Llllburn
won. Sun Primo second, Pottero Grande
third. Time: 1:23.
Sixth race mile and a sixteenth: Byron
dale won. Blissful second. Flaunt third.
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Rheumatism is usually worse in Winter because of the cold and damp-
Tiess and other changed conditions of the climate. The occasional twinges I pani'a.
of. the disease that are lelt during the warmer weather are changed to pierc
ing pains, the muscles become inflamed and swollen, the nerves get sore and
excited, the bones ache, and Rheumatism, the terror of winter, takes posses
sion of the system. Then the sufferer turns to the liniment bottle, the
woolen clothes, the favorite plaster or some home remedy, in an effort to get
relief. But Rheumatism is not a trouble that can be rubbed away or drawn
out with plaster; these things relieve the pain and reduce the inflammation,
but do not reach the real cause of the trouble, and at the next exposure an
other attack comes on. Rheumatism is caused by a sour, acid condition of
the blood. The ref use matter and bodily impurities which should be carried
off through the channels of nature have been left in the system because of
indigestion, weak Kidneys, torpid' Liver and a general sluggish condition of
the system. These impurities sour and fonn uric acid, which is absorbed by
the blood and distributed to the different muscles, joints, nerves and bones,
causing the painful symptoms of Rheumatism. S. S. 6. goes to the root of
the trouble and cures Rheumatism by cleansing
the blood. It neutralizes the acids and filters
them out of the circulation and sends a stream of
pure, rich blood to all parts of the body. Then
the pains cease, the inflammation subsides, the
PURELY VEGETABLE. nerves are quieted, every symptom of the disease
passes away, ana me cure is permanent. S. S. S.
is purely vegetable and does not injure the system as do those medicines con
taining Potash and other minerals. Book on Rheumatism and medical advic
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NEELY NOT FOR O'BRIEN PLAN
Thinks Proposition of Mlnnesotan for
Reorganization of Inanrnnee
I have little faith that anything good
can be accomplished by any auch meeting
as Mr. O'Brien suggests,'- said 11. D.
Neely of the Equitable Life Assurance
company, referring to the plan of Insur
ance Commissioner O'Brien of Minnesota
for a meeting of state officers, under the
guidance of President Roosevelt, to talk
over Insurance matters. "He suggests a
meeting be called of state Insurance com
missioners, governors and attorney gener
als. If they are to prepare a plan of sep
arate action of the Individual states, the
meeting will be mere nonsense. What I
should like to see Is national supervision
of the life Insurance companies, and if the
meeting Mr. O'Brien suggests will lead to
this, I say amen. But I fear nothing will
be dene except to keep the mattef in agita
tion. "The Bee hit the nail on the head in an
editorial Tuesday morning when ft charac
terized Insurance Junkets as exhibitions of
legalised graft. That la all they ore.
When we get national supervision this
graft will be eliminated, and not until
then. Then the people will know they are
secure In an honest supervision of the com
panies and aafe from ignorant and design
ing state officials.
"Too little of Mr. O'Brien's plan Is out
lined for me to say much about it. lie
says the object of the proposed meeting is
to evolve a demand for the reorganization
of the Important life insurance companies
but more particularly for the placing of
the affairs of these companies on a safer
basts. What business could be on a safer
basis? I tell you. no bank in the country
.could have passed through such conditions
aa have met the big life Insurance com
It ia a test of their strength that
they have withstood the attacka of the
press and of men in public life."
State College Ready to Meet Men from
AMES. Ta.. Nov. 21 (Special.) Two days
remain before the Ames-Iowa game will be
played on th Ames gridiron, which will
decide tho state championship for IWlfi. As
a result of the defeat of Drake university
at the hands of Iowa last Saturday Ames
and Iowa have been left 111 the field to fight
It out to the finish. Conch RIsMne has
been busy the past two weeks In rounding
the Ames temn Into shape for tho com
ing battle, and to this end he has In a
large measure been successful, as every
limn on the tcum Is in better condition to
meet the Hawkeyes than at any previous
time during the season. The utmost
secrecy hns surrounded the field the past
two weeks, no one except those directly
Interested In the game being allowed upon
the ileld diirinir the practice. U has been
hinted that Ristine's eleven, may spring
some surprises next Friday that will take
Iowa off its feet. The practice game with
Coe callege lust Saturday served to put
the team on its guard and may result In
much good to the Aggis.
Jack Watson has every man on the team
In the rlnk of condition to withstand the
onslaughts of the heavy Iowa team. Ames
will he in the game every inch of the
rond and not until the last whistle of the
timekeeper will there he a relax. There
no doubt but what Coach Chalmers of
Iowa has developed a good team this sea
son, hut the all absorbing question at
Ames and all over the state, is It good
enough to wrest from Ames the champion
WITH THE BOWI.Kn.
his injuries, his owner, J. B. Respess.
decided to retire him.
gPF.Ct I.ATOHS 4'OREK TICK.ET
Thanksgiving Foot Ball Game In
Hands of Sharks.
CHICAGO. Nov., H. Ticket speculators
have In large measure cornered the tickets
for the foot ball game to be played here
on Thanksgiving day between Michigan
and Chicago and as a result prices of ad
mission are soaring There ai 14,ouG seats
tit the grounds and these were nil sold
on the first day, speculators getting a large
share of tbem. Tliree-dollnr seats art now
selling at DO. t-'-scats fur i. and ll.5'8eats
Counterfeit tickets have also been placed
on the market by sharpers, and quite
number of them have alicad been dis
posed of. The corporation counsel decided
today that the University of Chicago would
be compelled to pay a license fee of X.VI
before the game could be l lu)ed on Thanks
A Chicago patxr has discovered that a
professional athlete takes up money for
sport and an amateur Is in sport for money.
With Connie and Han Johnson railing out
for sure, there Is apt to lie something dolnt?
In tiie baseball world at the meeting Wed
nesday. Boxers in Chicago are more numerous
than stock actors in Omaha since the or
ganisation of the stock company. Sixty-five
boxers perlornioq at me opcnltiR event at
the Coliseum the other night.
With the closing of the New York Horse
Shpw the high steppers will be given a rest
of at least ninety daya before the opening
of the spring and summer season. Brooklyn
will open the season with a show in March.
If Mr. Jordan wishes to visit Madison he
better not telephone In advance that he ia
coming or he might not find the doors open
for him. The students do not take well to
the way Jordan lias been kicking over the
traces and refusing to slay hitched.
A banquet will be given In the University
of Michigan gymnasium Saturday night,
after the Michigan-Wisconsin game, tha
Wlaconsln football team and glee club be
ing present. The best of feeling was dis
played, showing that no matter how much
rivalry might exist on the gridiron, still
these two big western universities are
closely nllied In spirit.
More Bad Breath
The Storx Blue Rihbons won three games
from the Hla ok Kati last night and thereby
took i long gtepi toward the leaders.
The Kats Improved their games so
rapidly that the brewers were badly scared
In the last game. Their total of 2,732 does
not seem high, but It is the best yet rolled
on this round against the heavy pins.
Tonight tho Armours and Cudahys will
bowl their postponed match. It will lie
watched with more than ordinary interest
as the teams stand first and second and
ore but one game aiiart. .
STORZ BM'H RIBBONS
, 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Krlt sober 1V5 13 2i"fl Oil
Korscutt 2ol) 1W Itt 667
Weber 1M 15X IKS Ka
Marble 1M) ISO 212 6S1 '
Tomieman 1K4 lef ltd 4!4
Totals 917 SS5 930 1.732
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manhood was gone-perl. apa without any fore
warning. You realise that you are slowly but
surelv lieing roblxl bv persistent losses of your
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business, making you ulays tired, despondent
snd of uncertain mind and memory; If allowed to
go on unchecked leaves you a howling, nervous
wreck. Little do we know what misery and suf
fering there is In store for us In tills world. Lit- -tie
do we think, care or heed the advice of others.
We go on abusing and misusing ourselves until
our miseries are upon us, and then we crv out in
despair for help, and shout, Oh, why did I do It?
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FOLLOW THE FLAG.
Nov. 27th is the day the Wabash will
sell round trip tickets to many points in
Illinois, Indiana, Ohio. Kentucky, West
Virginia, Western New York, and Penn
GREATLY REDUCES RATES
The line with free reclining chair cars,
rock ballast, solid road-bed.
All information call at Wabash City
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HARRY E. MOORES, G. A. P. D., Omaha, Hsb.
The Stephens and Smiths
games from the Jettcr Gold Tops on
STEPHENS AND SMITHS
HOW TO GET ENDEAVORERS
Ooaraatee Twenty Thousand Dollars,
Hotel Accommodations, Auditor
lam Bad Large Churches.
The city which gets the Christian En
deavor convention tor 1907 must have satis
factory auditorium accommodations, must
have several churches of large capacity,
must have good hotel accommodations and
must guarantee litt.OoO to the society for
convention expenses. These were the con
siderations enumerated in a letter from
the national secretary of the society, read
at the meeting of the Commercial club
executive committee Tuesday.
Omaha can satisfy all these requirements
wHh the exception of hotel accommoda
tions, and it is hoped there will be at
least two mors good hotels hers by 1907.
A committee consisting of E. A. Benson,
diaries mrd'.ng and w. L. letter was ap
pointed to report on the advisability of
making an offer to the society, which will
not settle tne location of, the next con
vention until February.
The club passed resolutions endorsing the
8alt Lake City Commercial club in its ef
forts to divert the annual European travel
to western channels.
The committee authorised the entertain
ment committee to proceed with arrange
tnents for a smoker to be held soon.
W. T. Burns of the Lucern Products
company waa made a member of the club
and tha membership of J. W. Carr was
transferred to J. A. McKenxie.
The Men's Trwe Specialists.
Doctors for Men
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KIDNEY and URINARY diseases
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JEN due to evil habits of . youth,
abuses, excesses or the result of Def
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ISOe) far aaas kt.. Between
If we could but see and treat all mea
when the first symptoms show them
selves there would soon be little need
for so-called specialists in chronic dis
eases, and there would be few men seek
ing a rejuvenating of their physical,
mental and exual powers, and there
would be none marked with the indeli
ble slaiup of constitutional Syphilis;
snd the sufferers frcin VAKlCOCkXK.
tlLKKT, STR1CTCKE. Kidney and
lilsdder Disvaes wouid be reduced to a
minimum. Hut as loon as MKN con
tinue lo disregard the goldru auage, "A
stitch in tune saves nine," and continue
lo neglect themselves or to exercise In
difference in eecuriiia; the r.xln treat
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RAILROADS SILENT ON TAXES
end No Word tu Const? Treaiarcr
Ahont Fay las; In for
county Treasurer Fink has not heard
anything- from the railroads yet aa to 1906
taxes. Hs is not surprised, though, from
ths fact thers is now pending for argument
In ths federal court a suit to prevent him
from attempting to collect the 1904 taxes.
The Omaha Water company and the West
ern Union Telegraph company also are In
terested in the same case. If the county
snouia win mere would be paid into ths
county treasury the sum of ,0u0 from
all ths corporations concerned on the 19o4
tax and a slmilaV or larger amount for
this year. ,
Ordinary folks are paying their taxes into
the county treasurer's office with com-
msDaaoie promptness aua ics scavenger
law also is bringing In some money. Mou
day ths county treasury received over 3.
000 In taxes and from now until tha end
of the montn us stream of cash going
through ths cashier window will be quits
This coupon Is good for one trial
peck ape, of Gauss' Combined Catarrh
Cure, mailed free In plain package.
Simply All In your name and address
on dotted lines below and mall to
C. K. GAl'KS, 4370 Main Street,
The Janitor service In The Beo
Building is as near perfect as it can
be, remembering that janitors afo
human. Offices from $10 to $4?
per month several desirable ones
from which to chooses
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Stlne 1.'7 l.'i7 154 438
Hlnricks 147 lnt 150 456
Drinkwatcr 17S Iwi 1H4 5jS
!fholtx lttf 165 131 4 to
Couglilan ltil ltij J03 6:5
Totala 775 X19 801 2,K5 ,
JCTTER GOLD TOPS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Prlmeau 2 i:0 134 466
Huilcr 140 154 140 434
Grotte U'7 UT 128 879
Mahoncy 1;7 lfi6 160 4a3
White 171 ltifi lrtO 499
Totala 771 70S 709 2,24.
Harvard-Yale Game Saturday.
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Nov. 21. It waa
announced today that Vale and Harvard
nad agreed upon ottlolala for Saturday s
game. They will he; Paul Dashlel of An
napolis, umpire; Matthew A. McCluna of
Lehigh, referee; Mr. Whiting of Cornell,
bead linesman The selection of the um
pire was not made until tonight.
Johnson Laughs at C'omlskey.
CHICAGO. Nov. 21-The statement at
tributed to Charles Comiskev that n
Johnson's continuance st the head of tha
American base ball league would result In
the league either being wrecked or ab
sorbed into the National league ia declared
by President Johnson to be absurd.
"Dick Welles" Is Retired.
CHICAGO. Nov. 21. Dick V1I. k.
racehorse which broke the six fin-Ion.
World's record in l llV. Will re no tnnr.
Although Dick Welles has recovered fro-n
If you are in the habit of smokinf
while dreuisg, you w ill appreciate ths
"On and off like a Coat."
No tugging and pulling over the
head; no breaking of bosom.
SI. 50 and up at the hctt stores.
Whits and fancy fabrics.
CWITt. PLUMY a C. Trax. . T.
j : mmBm JAZ
Round trip tickets from Omaha to points in Indiana,
Kentucky, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Ontario, Penn
sylvania and West Virginia at a trifle more than the
one-way rate. Tickets on sale Monday, November
27, good to return for twenty-one days, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
- Here are some of the round-trip rates from Omaha:
Muncie, Ind. $23.90
Columbus, 0. ....... $28.15
Dayton, O $26.70
Wheeling, W. Va. . . $31.70
Louiaville, Ky $26.00
Three fast trains from Union Station. Omaha, to Union
Station, Chicago, every day. Leave Omaha 1:55
a. m., 5:45 p. m. and 8:35 p. m.
F. A. NASH
General Western Agent
1524 Farnam Street, OMAHA
as heavy. .aacA day.
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