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THE OMAHA "DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1005.
YALE REMAIN'S FAYORIIE
Interest in Today'i Foot Fall Contest at
Cambridge at Fsvei Heat.
GREATEST CROWD OF YEAR EXPECTED
Fatare of Game at Harvard Mar
Depend I pan Character of the
EOSTON, Nov. 24. Boston nnl Cam
bridge tonight were toeing with Impa-
nce on tho eve of the annual foot ball
battle between Ilarvnrtl and Yale. It had
been many years slnco Interest In a game
between the two unl versities had reached
the pitch manifested tonight, and those
who have followed Harvard and Yale
through thirty years of foot ball relations
feel that conditions have seldom been bet
ter for a grand game. Tlio agitation over
foot ball as played at present, led by Presi
dent Konevclt and President Eliot of Har
vard, as well as the possibility that the
fame may be prohibited at Harvard. Yale's
unbroken record of victories 'this year, the
forced withdrawal of Captain Hurley of
!he Harvard team a few days before the
rame and the determination of the team
to ftgtit all the harder out of regard for
ihelr leader contributed to produce a con
lltlon not previously S"cn here. The sen
Imont seemed to be general among follow
ers of the sport tha much depended on
:he character of tomorrow's play, and
imong the student body at Harvard almost
as much anxiety on this point was shown
M on the final rcHult.
' Great On me lvpeee.l
The night before the game found Ilar
rard hopeful and Yale confident, while
Tale tonight was a strong favorite armng
'.he multitude which expects to witness to
norrow's play. The match tomorrow af
:ernoon will be played hi the stadium. By
'.he construction of temporary stands,
eating accommodations have been pro
vided for 43,000 spectators, a crowd which
,t Is believed has never toen equaled at
in athletic contest In this country.
Both teams spent the night at some little
llstsnce from the scene of buttle. The
Harvard players remained at Marblehead
n the north shore. The Yale players kept
lear their quarters at the Woodland Park
lolel at Auburndale.
The probable lineup of the team Is as
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lurr U G. R. G.
mrr V. C
' (Whorl R. O. L. O.
tqulraa R. T. U T.
Cnowltoo (ict'i O R. E. L. B.
'for trial purposes
we liara for Ml four sites
of chair aeata, which s
you the amount of apholntery
material you want, making
the roat very small for mw
wati for chalra you may have
that need reupholirterlns. Wa
will arnd. on receipt of srlca
tml r.nme of your upholrtcrei.
rhalr neat elia I'll' Inch. 26c:
.'51.5 Inch, toe; jixii incn. ivc.
You Can't Tell
Pant sole Leather
and Real Leather
pavtasoTE LEATHER can ba used
tor every purpoea for which real
l. other ..l.Dtfd. PANTASUTB .a
du.able, br.s"t. odorUaa. eaatky cleaned,
i)u not cmk. In fireproof, waterproof,
and wi-ara and look Ilka leather in
every reaped la abaolutaly aaepltc.
Cost! One-Tblfd Much
The (Teat den and for PANTA80TE.
baa led to the aubatltutios of many in
terior imitauona. Sea mat tne worn
I'A.STASOI B ' la emnoaatd on aairasa
a.l.a of piece (ooda. To protect you
attalnat fraud, accepi no rurniiurw aa
covan.il with PANIABOTE from your
dealer nr upholeterer unleaa ll hear a
our trademark label aa ahown below. Io
not acetyl hla "Just aa soud tneory.
Parrtaaot was swarded the Oraaa
Friz ana twa dald ikaiials
t t. Lotus
t'pon application, will aand our cata
logue showing material tn th dif
ferent colon in which It la made,
&x PANTAiOTE CO.
Dept. IS, II Broadway, New Yerk
arr Q B 0. J"
U II H K. H. P Hnnme
Warjfll R. H. M L. H. B ""
Carr V. I..'. B u'"
Matthew Meriting of Lehigh will act as
rtre. Taul Pashltl of Annapolis as um
pire and rr. A. K- Whiting of Cornell as
head linesman. The game Will begin at 2
o'clock and the tlilrty-flve minute halves
will be played.
DAKOTA HEADY FOR LAST GAME
Fool Hall gqoad Has Doae Remark
ably Well This easoa.
VERMILION. 8. P., Nov. ,M-?nl"-,-i
Tlie Inlwrslty of South Dakota foot ball
team will clone one of the most succ-ssf ill
seasons on the gridiron at Sioux City on
Thanksgiving day. when the el- vrn will
line tip against tlie Motnlng'lde Method-
1st The record whicli the Coyotes have
nimio (luring tne fall Is one to be proud of.
and even should they lose the final game !
there will be no kick coming. Out of seven
games plaved the wearers of the vermilion ,
have lost but one, and this tlpy had "
hops of winning. Th' y were defeated at
Lincoln bv the fnlverslty of Nebraska,
4J to They have won over Ytnkton,
Mitchell, Brookings. Madison and Crelgh- !
ton. In each Instance the Coyotes were .
outweighed, but their spc d, together with
an excellent code of plays and signals,
has won the games that they feared would
go against them.
Strange as It may seem, only one of last
ear's regplars Is playing this year, and
he will not finish the season with the team
on account of parental objection. Hnce
the t"am that will line up against Morn
Ingslde on Thanksgiving day will be a 19o5
team throughout. In the face nf what
the eleven has accomplished, no one be
grudges Coach Whlttemore the great
amount of praise that he is receiving on
every hand. This Is his last year at the
Institution In all probability, as the old
Hrown college student has been In the
harness here thre years and feels that
that Is long enough at one place. Tho ma
jority sre not In favor of his leaving, and
may Insist that he be retained.
One big feature In the winning of games
this year has been the fine work of Case
st quarter. Without any reflection on anv
of the students who have servd In this
capacity In times past. Case Is probably
the best quarter ever seen In a university
uniform. He has a good h4a;l and is
quicker than lightning. Ho will be in the
game next year.
IOWA 'VARSITY WI.S FROM AMES
Kent's Panting; the Greatest Factor
In the Game.
AMES. la., Nov. I4.-(Speclal Telegram.)
The State University of Iowa defeated
the Iowa Btate college here today for the
" cnampionsnip oy a seore or 8 to 0.
The game was the hardest fought ever
witnessed on Ptate field. In the first half
Ames outplayed Iowa and but tor a costlv
fumble Iowa would not have scored a
point, but on account of this a safety was
made to their credit. Most of Ames' efforts
were directed to Iowa's cente-r. Ames
played a good offensive game, making good
gains through the Iowa line. The tackling
of Ames was of the very best, Iowa falling
to run the Ames ends each time. Both
teams were frequently penalized for offside
The greater part of the game was plaved
In Iowa territory. Kent played a great
game for Iowa and It was due to his punt
ing the victory was won. Llneun:
Henntnser, Barrer...L. B. R K Whlta '
Mill L. T. R. T... .Seidell, Waihburn
Nelaon L. O. R o Narum
Mahle C. C Moore
Balthua R. G. L. O Rnckwood
Prennan, Stewart.... R. T. L. T Bchwmn
McK:henney R. r.. U K Btrctff
Hubbard. Knox Q. Q Kent
Janea. Care U H. R. H Allen, Tuppor
Smith. Blller R. H. b. H . . . .Chalmeri, Murphy
StourTer F. B. P. B MacGnwaa
Touchdown. Schwlnn. Goals from touch
down. Safety touchdown: Iowa. Umpire:
Booth of Princeton. Keferee: Hoagland
of Princeton. Head linesman: Flagler of
Northwestern. Time of halve: 3i minutes.
Originators and Sole Makers of Half Sizes in Clothing
During this sale we actually try and forget what the goods cost
COMMERCIALS GO AFTER DOANE
Locals Will Try for State Champion
A good game of football Is In store for
the people of Omaha on Thanksgiving day
at Vinton street park. It will be piayed
between the teams of the Omaha Commer
cial college and that of Uoane college.
I'tio spirit of rivalry betwetn these twi
teams is intense on account of the stale
championship. Doane college team now
hoids the ctiampionahlp for the Intercol
legiate league of the state. The commer
cials expect to stand second to the Univer
sity of Nebraska team, and will, if a vic
tory over Doane Is won. Last Saturday
tney played the soldiers from Fort Crook,
and the score was b to 6 in favor of the
Commercials. Tho soldiers outweighed
the Commercials by at least fifteen pounds
to the man, and had It not been tor the
return of Captaia liuker, who played left
end on that occasion, the score might have
been the other Way. Mr. linker cnrtainlv
played effectively all through the game,
though his regular place is at quarterback.
Since that game was played the team
has been practicing, and much new material
is Deing aeveiopeu wnicn will be utilized
In the forthcoming game with Doane. Un
less the Doane boys nut UD a better
than they did before, it looks now as though
in lAJimiicrciais wouia nave a perfect
right to claim the championship of tho
slate outside of the state university.
1 ne gunie win iaae place Thursday after
noon at Vinton street park, and will be
called at 3:15. The gates will be onen at
Suit and Overcoat Sale
The object of this sale is to find new owners for about 500 suits
and overcoats, "mostly broken sizes" that we wish to close out entirely
before we inventory January 1st, and to do this we are offering you an
opportunity in season, when you will be able to get a full season's wear.
We are willing to accept a loss and a most severe one These are not
a lot of "clothes" bought for sale purposes only, and that" are worth $10 and no more, but our own make of
high grade garments, made and sold by Browning, King & Co, only. We have gone through our stock and
selected all the broken lines that in the whole include sizes from 34 to 46 in Suits and 34 to 42 in Over
coats, and placed on separate tables on first floor for quick choosing In this lot of superior clothing arc
suits and overcoats that sold for $15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25 and $28, while they last
i f o )
If you have $10 that you want to invest when this notice catches your
eye, examine other "big Bargains" that
ccme here and see WHAT'S WHAT,
they will go quickly.
are being offered FIRST and then
Come early if you come at all for
75 Youths' Suits
16 to 18
years, that sold from $12 50 to
; included in this great offer of
the finest and' best clothing manufactured in the world.
i . Yss-iJ
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Southwest Corner 15th and Douglas Sreets, Omaha.
R. S. WILCOX, Manager
player la a "contract Jumper" pure and
simple, and there should be no temporiz
ing In cases of this kind, lie Is Ineligible
to play with any National agreement club.
sufficiently strong to afford a clue to their
EVESTS 0 THE KISMXO TRACKS
an genu In.
slat a poa Pautaaota
6ft CHICMrSTf (HOLISM
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TILL SHADY OVElt BAN'S WAY
W. A. Rourke. nwni nr t. w-
base ball team and franchise has returned
wiicre ue nas neen tiuying
WITH TUB HOWLERS.
r. , i 4tH ln,a thlm BAannn nvitrv wtn-
F Or VIIC liini. v.iiio v... ...
ning team for the week has taken three '
straight Karnes. Last night the Met
Brothers won three from the unlmotla afUT
being from sixty to eighty pins behind in
each Kame. The shoe men would start
out with a rush and pile up a big lead,
then collapse like a punctured balloon.
O. O. Francisco captured the high total
with 5X7, and Brunke took the high single
1st. 2d. 3d. Total
C. J. Francisco K8 14 1M
Potter Nl 16S 144
Biunke lvi 1!9
Huntington Sri 170 IM
Zurp 150 170
G. O. Francisco 3u0
Favorites Win All Races at Bennlns
Except the lJat.
BENN1NG, D. C Nov. 24. Public choices
took all but one of me races at Bennlng
today, the exception being in tho sixin
race. In this both Locmnvur and Seoicn
l'lume nnisned a nead in nont ol Piatoon
tuo tavoiue. Miller made a good ride on
PrUice KredericK in the lifth, overcoming
a big gap and winning easily. The sum
marks: tiiol race, heavyweight, seven furlongs:
Marjoram won, Monterey second, Free
booter tnlrd. Time: 1:1475-
Second race, one mile: Florlal won, Old
Guard second, Tribes Hill third. Time:
Third race, six and one-half furlongs:
Nutcracker won. Arietta second, Salt and
Pepper third. Time: l:i2V.
-TcjI Fourth race, mile and seventy yards:
ela 1W6 M Zeala won. Tommy Waddcll second.
D'Arkle third. Time: 1:4s.
Fifth race, six lurlonxs: Prince Fred-
K3 ' erlck won, Ricky second, Ben Hoddur third.
oijttu race, selling, seven lunongs:
Lochlnvar won, Scotcn Plums second, n.i-
lo..n tnird. Time: i:2.
high school championship of the tn&t re
sulted: Ida Grove, 6; Des Moines West
High school, 6.
Cirlnnell Defeats Simpson.
GRINNELL, la.. Nov. 24. The Grlnnell
cillege foot ball team today defeated the
blmpson college team 76 to 0.
feeder cattle for his
located at Grand Island.
VTJ1'u, ;othln" n the Western,
although all ara watehlnir .u'
developments in. the east. Until the meet.
ing inursoay. It was beRlnninir tn ii,
as If the dissolution or n.mhiui,.,.
rather were about to take place, but
Comlskey realised he was being left to
hold the sack so he made the emotional
statement In the meeting he had been
misunderstood and there is nothing wrong
between him and Ban Johnson. Of course
to preserve harmony until everything is
ready to be sprung, the clubs all voted a
resolution of confluence In Ban Johnson
but they hJve all been watching him with
an eagle eye since he sat In the I x with
John T. Brush that day In New Yo!", when
the Nationals and Connie Mack's team
were battling for the worlds champion
ship. Home think the deal was cooked
and dried at that time."
Totals 833 810 8C6 2,569
The Hugo F. Btlza took two out of three
from the Thurston Rifles on the Metro
HUGO F. BILZ8.
ale of Osrii Set Aside.
Cincinnati. Nov. 24-The sale of
Player Thomas Owens by the Brooklyn
National league club to tlie Rochester. N.
Y club was set aide In a decision given
out by the National base ball commission
today. The communion decides that the
ED I CM.
Th Man's Trw Specialists
Doctors for Men
The State Medical Institute Is
established for the benefit of suf
fering men, for the purpose of
curing tne terrible diseases and
weaknesses that destroy men's
iienlul and physical powers, mak
ing them unfit for work, business,
study or marriage, depriving them
Ulood I'olsoil of the social duties and pleasures
ifiawnhilial " tits, as wen as niaritai nappi
lBliiiiua;i nc. If vou a, lull to ba naved Mild
restored to perfect health and
strength, with mvntal and physi
cal powers complete, come to the
men s true spevtall&ts, and learn
your true condition.
m. Sundays, 10 to I only. If you
call, write for symptom
KIDNEY and t'RINAHY diseases
nd all Diseases and Weaknesses of
MEN due to evtl habits of youth.
ktiua aiPHn or the result of neg-
u td. unskilled or Improper trsst- cannot
pi.n. if .iciiio or private diseases. blank.
ISOe) Karaasa St., Betwcea 1311a aad 4h St.,
f 1st. 2d.
Rice li lt4
1-utterson il 1
W. Nichols IH0 Hi7
R. Nichols 144 2
Pearse 148 1M
TC;UlS 815 812
Baehr 144 113
Tombrink 110 154
Solomon 1'J 170
Havens 100 111)
Lit 2vl l!C!
Totals 808 738
24. Results at
Scent of Ulrd.
KEARNEY. Neb., Nov. Z4.-To the Ed
itor of The Bee: Does a bird dog, in
scenting gume birds get the odor from the
bird s body or Its Dreatn .'
Answer The scent tho dog follows is left
by the foot of the bird In passing. It Is
very delicate and Is hardly perceptible on
dry ground. On ground tlutt Is slightly
dump it holds for quite a time and the dog
with a good nose will pick it up orten
when the birds are half a mile or more
away. The bird's body exhales an odor
alo. but It Ih Carried broadcast by the
wind and would ho of little service to a
dog in trailing his quarry. As few birds
either smoke or drink and still fewer suf
fer from indigestion or decayed teeth. It
Is not at all probable that their breath Is
It diliirfitSa the tiste an
aiiords exquisite pleasure.
It costs but half tne price
of foreign Champagnes, as
there is no duty or ship
freight to pay on Cook's
Imperial Extra Dry. (
ouaD rails, sr. tout woatLtrs rais
SI. BY ED ETEBTnUEBI
saatsicaa wihc CO., ST. touis
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov.
rust race, six furlongs :
Bucceed second, Rey Del
Second race, five and one-half furlongs:
Avonnlis won, Tom McGrath second,
Charlatan third. Time: 1:0bV
Third race, mile and sixteenth: Glen
Rice won, Dixello second. Ban Primo third.
Fourth race, Hanover handicap, seven
furlongs'. Albert Fir (95, Radke, 10 to 1)
won. Judge (101. Loague, 12 to 1) second,
Nlgretta (102. Knapp, 11 to 2) third. Time:
Filth race, six furlongs: Royal Rogue
won. Northwest second. Sad Sam third.
Sixth race, mile and fifty yards:
Deutschland won. Reservation second,
Gorgalette third. Time: 1:4I.
NASHVILLE. Tenn., Nov. 2t-Cumber-land
First race, live and one-half furlnnics:
Spendthrift Helen won, Koseboro second,
L. W. Flynn third. Time: 1:03.
Becontl race, seven furloncs: Georae
Perry won. Bishop Weed second, Magnolia
third. Time: 1:29.
Third race, six and one-half furlongs:
Chief Hayes won. Hush second, Kercher
val third. Time: l:2oa.
Fourth race, seven furlongs: Verandah
won, Labor second. Little Boy third. Time:
Filth race, six furlongs: Beacon Light
won, InspiTtur Uirl second. Adesso third.
Sixth race, one and one-eighth mile:
Sanction won. Reveille second, Dr. Hart
third. Time: 1:67.
HI JiTEKS BOLD I. THE NORTH
Chase Deer with Honda and Shoot
Game wardens and hunters alike are
having their troubles lu the northern
hauiiu of the big game. L'p near tho
Jumping off placo in noithern Wisconsin,
hounds have been used to hunt deer,
strictly against the provisions of the Uw.
The men using them have sept far en
ough away from civilization that they have
so far escaped arren. It has now conie
to that pass, say tlie game wardens of
Wisconsin, where tlie professional hunters
are selling carcasses to the amateurs for
as low as 13 ca h. Bp.- ial cars have tar.
rled enthusiastic hunters from Ohio.
Indiana and other slates to the head of
the likes, and have tl.en been switched
onto the spur tracks leading through the
woods and the milling regions, so t lid
hunters could live In them. Notwith
standing this, up-to-date only sixty l'gt
deer have been brought to Ashland. Wis.
"Mild weather and no enow" is given as
the reason, but the illegal deer go out
In other directions. Accidents have been
numerous enough, but hardly as frequent
as in other eais. Sime men have re
ported they were shot at delitxi ately,
while resting In the woods They' giva
circumstantial accounts of the shooting
and acHcrt that tne professional burners,
who are cruck shots, have taken this
method In some sections to preserve their
monopoly of the game reserves.
Even Chicago backed down and voted
a testimonial of confidence In Ban John
son. Comisky and Ban Johnson have kissed
and made up and this imikes it appear
the disruption of the ranks Is delayed
for another year.
Comlsky says he van mlsu ; :rrstnnd,
while talking of the amalgamation of the
two leagues and that he never Intended
to say any such things as he was Quoted
j as saying.
The foot ball game scheduled for Bat-
1 urday between the Omaha Commercial
college team and the second team from the
' university has been called off, Booth need
ing his second team men against Doane
because of his large' hosoltal list.
I Roller skating will be resumed at the
1 rlnk after a summers rest, November 30.
The new maple floor will then be In place
and Omaha will enjoy the reputation of
having one of the best roller skating rink
, in the country. More attention will be
i paid to miitclics and to polo this winter
Glllan promises some ex-
Belmont Succeeds I'eahody.
FRENCH LICK. Ind., Nov. 24,-Thomas
Taggart, chairman of the democratic na
tional committee, today appointed August
Belmont of New York as treasurer of the
committee to succeed George Foster Pea-
body, who resigned, It is stated, on account
Rev. Gavin H. Wright.
FA1RVIEW, Neb., Nov. 24. Speclnl Tel
egram.) Rev. Gavin H. Wright, pastor of
the Congregational church, dropped dead
without warning at his home today as the
result of heart failure. Mr. Wright came
here from Massachusetts about three years
ago and went back there for a bride about
a year ago. He was unusually popular with
the whole community, and though a man
of frail physique he was apparently in tho
best of health until the moment' of his
Frances E. Mann.
Frances E. Munn died last evening at
his home, 2212 North Nineteenth street,
from consumption. Mr. Munn was about
45 years of age and leaves a widow and
three children. He came to Omaha seven
teen years ago and soon acquired a lucra
tive law practice, also being prominent In
politics. Before coming to Omaha he
practiced law In Wisconsin and Illinois.
Henry L. C'rOwell.
WOODBJNE, la., Nov. 24-(Speclal.)
The funeral of Henry L. Crowell, who died
here at the age of 75 years, occurred yes
terday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the
Baptist church. Rev. J. E. Wllklns deliv
ered the funeral address. The deceased was
a victim of puralyels. He had been a long
time resident of Woodbine and leaves a
widow and eight children.
t oonts-Ilou stead.
WOODBINE, la.. Nov. 24. (SiiectaU
The marriage of Henry Coonti and Ethel
Bowstcud occurred here yesterday at the
Methodist Episcopal parsonage, with Rev.
Wlmberly officiating. The young couplo
are both of Woodbine unit will reside here.
Christum Holiday Hicuraluu Hate
Via the Nickel Tlate road between Chicago
and Buffalo. Dates of sale December Ul,
24, 25. 30 and 21, l:mu. and January 1. 19iV..
at a fare and a third for the round trip,
with return llm't of January S, 19C;.
Through train s 'i vlce to New York City,
Boston and other eastern points. No ex
cess fare. Individual club meals served In
Nickel Plate dining cars. Three through
trains daily from La Hnlle and Van Buren
Street station, the only depot In Chicago
on the Elevated Loop.
One and One.Thlrtl I 'are
To all points on Rock Island Railway with.
In 200 miles of Omaha for Thanksgiving.
Tickets on sale November 29-30; good re
turning until December 4.
Information at City Ticket Office, im
F. P, RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.
Green Trading Stamps
Whether You Buy For
Cash or Credit
ne Dollar a Week
Mill Dress You Well
YOU CAN CLOTHE YOURSELF
FROM II E A D T 0 F 0 O T OX
irllah to Flay Sorfolk.
NORFOLK. Neb., Nov. 24. (Special -Arrangements
were completed today
whereby th Nellgh und Norfolk foot bull
teams will tlay here Tliunksgivlng diy for
the chmiplonship of mirthern Nebraska.
Nellgh has beaten everybody winning from
Pierce 49 to o. Norfolk is In good trim.
Another good game will be that of Winner
and Lincoln second high school team at
Ida Grove Champion.
DES MOINES. Nov. 24. (Special Tele.
gram.l-Today'a lout bull (or the
At the Lowest Possible Cash Price.
Our credit plan is the easiest and you can make pay
ments to suit yourself. In our enormous clothing section you
can find most any style or pattern you can desire for.
STROUSE & BROS. HIGH ART CLOTHING
"Equal to Custom Made."
"The clothing that looks good when you buy it, and stays
right after you wear it."
$15.00 to 025.00
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY,
MEN'S HIGH-GRADE SUITS AND
OVERCOATS, IN THE NEWEST
STYLES, FABRICS AND PATTERNS-SUITS
WORTH $12.50 and
$15.00; ON SALE AT
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