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THE OMAHA DAILY BKK: SATUHDAV. OCTOHKI. U. lPOfi.
USX VICTORY FOR THE ABBE
Son of ( hium Wini fa. Kentucky feuke in
CRIAM OF THREE-YF AR-CLOS IN RACE
Both Meats Wl
Hi r.anrit Mraaalea r
rrn on the l.rtlMtnn
most Interesting day of til stake, hum inn
girnt Intetrst In Dip round" to 1- -.in
tomorrow. In nil the rounds ten today
only fix hurra have t-en caught.
ATMI UI If
. 1 1
. i 3
t.KXINOTON. Ky., Oct. Ma'l"
failed to lower her record of 2:02 at the
breeders' course today, but riot withstanding
t strong wind that blew tip tho hr.me
stretch the game daughter of McKlnney
finished the n He In 2:02V wcct Marl"
went the middle half or the mll- In otic
minute flat anil would probably . have
lowered, her rci-nid had It not been for Jlie
The ALU- won the Kentucky stake, Iient
I' g the rrcam of the 8-yenr-ohls. excepting
Filik'i. the- winner of the Kentucky futurity.
Atonng t lie horse that finished behind The
Abbe were (Jovcrnnr Frencls. K.I Custer,
Kid Midrcgor. Bheeny snd I'm florin. The
U.be won In straight brats alter the
ganirst trungle for vhtory ev r seen here.
In both heats lie won by tho narrow margin
of none. Sillko, winner rf the Kentucky
fulurliy. did not start, u h" wits Injured
In 11ie futurity r:t"-o and lias not been
trained since that time. Summary:
Trotting. 1.10 clws. purse J1.060, three
bents In five:
Van ZrnicJt. b. ni.. by him"
lloll.ilu. Mil (Devrreiiux) 2 4 111
Moronc. b. a lOarrlt-w
Dr. Ktiisse, lilk g. i Deryd'Ti. .
I'al T.. b. b. i Battel son)
El IfllaTgo, h. g. (Benton)
Jim Kerry, gr. a. (Franks)
lJt Kord. b. g. (KenyoiM.,.. ..
lIHcn Norte, b. m. (Rutherford)
Kmhov. b. a. (McDonald i
YV. J.'t-wlK. b. a. (Hm1tli 7
Time: 2:nxV 2:o94. MO. 2:10. 2:lrV
Trotting. Ihe Kentucky stake, for 3-yei.T
olds, purse ?.mio. two n.-ats in jr:
The Ahbe, blk. c. by Chime (V hltcl
Kd Custer, ch. c. (Chandler)
Daffodil, br. f. (Ames)
Onvernnr Francla, br. c. fKootcl
Hheenv. ro. c. (Thnmasi
Kid McGregor, b. " Mcpherson ). . ..
Time: 2:1.1. 2:10.
Facing. 2:10 class, purse $1,0, three bouts
I'halla. I. in., n.v Aiue t oou iui
The lvmna. dn. ni. iDcrydcr)
DHphne llrect. blk. ni. (Walkcrl
Rerthcna Biira. br. in. (McFheraon).
Kplll, b. g. (Gnrrily)
Italia, b. m. iNnckolal
Alntree, b. g. (Valentine!
Fred R.. blk. h. i Murphy
Ttuahvlllc. b. g. (Gahnaanl..
llaiel H., ch. g. (Gordon)
Time: Z:. z:ii.
Trotting. 2:20 cbiaa, pun
Ilea la !n live:
lludd. b. g.. by Arena-Idy Star
Katrella. b. ni. (Smith).
Lawretilu. b. ni. (Suun'ieia) 1
.Guv Axworthy, b. h. (Murphv) :
Genteel 11.. br. h. (McDonald)
Dr. M.. b. g. (Jone ......
Dr. Modklti. b. g. (Owing)
Horace K. WllBon, fli. h. (Dery
Time:' M:i. ?:11. 2 2:16.
Hpeclal to bent 2:()2 trotting: Sweet Marie
KINK WEATHER AND KINK RACIU
Master Rub Wlai Mlaaourl Valley
Fotarltr at Friend.
FRIEND. Neb.. Oct. 12. (Special Tele
gramsThe weather today has been per
fect for racing and both dogs nnd hnrea
ammHl to have taken an Incentive from the
beautiful sunshine: and have run accord
ingly. The tacks are still holding their
records for being the flectost of foot of
any living animal and there has Iteen
a. greatly Increased Interest today, with a
greater number of spectators, every one of
whom are enthusiastic for bla or her par
ticular dog, and the welkin Is made to
ring .whenever a hare Is able, either by
fleetneas of foot or strategy to safely reach
Hest St. Clair beat Bonvllla St. Clalri
4 to 1. Tims 0:41. Master Bob ran a bye.
r The finals of this race were: Master Bob
beat Beat St. Clair, 12 to 2. Time: 0:45.
Master Bob wlna the Missouri Valley
'futurity stake. He Is a black dog and
owned br Marconi Brothers of Denver,
Colo. Beat St. Clair, who wins second
money. Is a black bitch, owned by Scott
& Ochsner of Button, Neb.
The second round of all ages followed:
Kthnn Allen beat Kings Highway, to (i;
time, l:io. Harvest Hand beat Miss Chappy,
4 to 0; time 0:23. St. Butte beat May
Bucklev, 8 to 7: time, 0:22. Lost Iady beat
Boulder. H to ; time. l:(Kt. Sunset Violet
beat lJriv Bandit, II to 4; time ft-.Xi. S S
Will Llllie Wood, 16 to ; time 1:32. Queen
Bushman beat Bird of Grafton. T to 4;
time 0:25. Iady Wbiteliat beat Sums Hood
lum. 7 to ; time 0:48. New Wrinkle beat
Countess Surprise, 8 to 4: time, 0:45. Fndrr
taker l-ane beat Diamond Clmln. 4 to 1;
time, 0:11. J J I beut Sundance, 2i to 14t.
time 2:00. Something Handsome beat Willie
Jones, ( to 2; time, 0:16. Troublesome was
drawn and Black Clair rn a bye; time,
0:22. Joe Doyle bent Patsy Rmmii. b to 5;
time, 0;3il. Gold Finder beat Ctillon Forge,
T to 0: time. 0:L2. Commercial lioy beat
Belle of the Hills. 7 to s; time 0:13.
In the third round of this stake Ktluin
Allen beat Harvest Hand, S to 7: time, 0:45.
St. Butte boat host Lady. to 4: time, 0:16.
R S heat Sunaet Violet. 14 to 12: time 1:10.
Queen Bushman beat New Wrinkle, ti to 2;
time .0:55. Ijidy Whltehat beut Vndcr
taker l-ane. t 2; time. 0:45. Bright
Clul- beat Joe Doyle, 7 to 4: time, C:45.
iUuiiinerclal Boy beat Goldflnder, 9 to 3:
time. 0:37. .
Tomorrow t lie semi-finals nnd finals of
the all-age will be ruji. also a twenty-five
log atake. Today bus been by far :he
Mrnlnaalile First lana ehool
iHnpl tn risn.
K)WA CITY. la . Oct. V. (Ppeclul i
Mornlngi,le college, at Sioux City. Is the
(IrM oa institution to Intitule atliletlc
lues In It sc boliirsliip tuition. The
proposition has been a-l nested in silous
Iowa Institutions, including the State uni
versity, for several years past as a meat s
of meeting the twinuul deficit which fol
lows everv foot ball, track snd base ball
season. At Morningahle. the plan ha
l.e.n elaborated so that It Incl.idcs the
college lecture course and for ls '
which the stiid'tit pav at the negmnlng
of the year, tliey are admitted to iwen'.v
slx ilifferent entertainments.
The plan was considered here last win
ter, hut was eventually abandoned on ac
count of the fai t i hat It could only oe In
troduced with difficulty at a state uni
versity. Just now Cornell college. at
Mount Vernon, is considering the propo
sition seriouslv snd there is a possibility
that thev will adopt it berore the end of
the vear. thnuzli thev will only include
the athletic contests. Morning'"'"' boast
I that one fee of 5 admits the student
to everything but the faculty meeting.
Grinnells championship hopes wer
given a setback bv the disitialllication of
A. Risser, who thus far has prowd him
self a tower of strength In one of th
tackle positions. Orinncll will play Carle
Ion collegs on Saturday afternoon, but
B the strength of the minor .school is
entirely unknown the outcome of ihe game
Is a niatrer of speculation on account of
the pstclied-np condition of the Grinnell
line. Dcs Moines college has been making
a, desperate effort to get In condition to
meet Cop. Saturday afternoon at Cedar
Rapid, hut It I believed that the Cedar
Rapids Institution has the call on the
Conch Claltners will give the regulars -a
scrimmage with the scrubs on Saturday
afternoon In the form of a game which
will probably be the last public demon
stration before the final contest with Mis
souri university on October 27. The men
have been shifted a good deal in recent
practice and thus far no team work has
Canton, t).. won the champior ship of the
Wr stern I'Tofoewlonal Golfer' asoSe istion
st Calumet Country rluh today from Fed
ici,con or MifiioMiiiin. ty one up in mirtj
seven holes. 8herwood 'finish d the first ,
eighteen hole by ,ao tip. Tlo- mutch wa
squared at the thit t v-IU tk hole. Then Ihe
thirty-sixth was halved In four each. i
IMNF.V IHCNKIK Til F. ;tI.F MF.N
Defeats Feransnn anil la Hnaaer I P
la the Finals.
8NMW CITY. In.. Oct. 12. (Special Telr
gtnm.) The surprise of the Interstate golf
tournament Was the defeat today of H. II.
Ferguson of Cedar Riphls. former Iowa
state champion, by Dr. H. C. Sumnty of
fnuaha. four up and three to play. Dr.
P'linney. who had difficulty In beating
j Hnrve Radaerow of Sioux City, une up
ithis morning, shorn il excellent fonn this
I afternoon and easily disposed of Ferguson,
i touted a a possible champion of the tour
I nnment. Ir. Sumtiey's victory places him
j In the tlnnl round, which will be played to
; moiTow. He will lc opiaised by Warren
! Dickinson of De Moines. The match will
lie for thirty-six holes and the winner will
tnke the championship cup. Besides Dr.
Humney two other Omalw men are In the
final rounds. A. C. Jones will meet J. 1.
Pamnils of I.emars In the solace event nnd
G. W. Shields will play against Albert
Ftillertnn of Sioux City for the consolation
DIN'S REVIEW OF TRADE j
Low Temperature Brinci Oat linck Bum
utu in Eeatonable Qlotbine.
ROADS UNABLE TO MOVE TRAFFIC OFFERED
: Font nail at Month tlmaha.
South Omaha H'sh school will pluv
Its first- game of fool ball of the
reason Sat.trJay .iftTnoon at Duffy's
park In South fnnahn. The team
this vear is sure to be the fastest thil
the high school ever had. and has the full
support of the students. f'hittstpouth has
a heavy team thl year, nnd will be accom
panied bv a crowd of rooter from runt
mouth. The game is called for 3 p
line-ups are as follows:
..L. (1. R.
..U T R.
..b. E. R.
. .). P. Q.
..Is. H. R.
,.R. II. Is.
. .F. B. F.
. ... Critnll'-n
It apt l ohn
Golf at Tnaatrr Clnh.
At the Country club today at 2 p. m. the
Wattles trophy will bo played for the last
time. The game will be eighteen holes
handicap match piny against Bogey. Low
senre wins. At 4 o'clock those metnlwre
who qualify ' for the put tihg contest will
play off for Ihe cup. The game will be
thirty-six holes at niedaljilay. Low score
WITH THE ROWI.F.R.
The Krug I'arksSwnn two games' of their
histoh with the Oultnnds at the Association
sllev last night. The shoe men nrrled
off the first game, but were awny behind
in the two last. G. O. Francisco was high
man with a total of 13 and single game
vf 21.1. His series was bowled without
an error unit ro far In the league season
he has yet to make the first one. Score:
C'relahtoa and Cornell.
Crcighton's foot ball team has a hard
game on It hands this afternoon at Vin
ton street park, when the strong team from
Cornell, la.. Is to be played. The game is
called for 3 o'clock and Crcighton's stu
dents have betn putting in the week prac
ticing at the rooting game, while the foot
ball team has lieen practicing on the grid
iron. The teams will line up a follows:
Miller r MrKlttrlek.t,. E. R. F
M,nnthaleT U T. R. T
Wncner L. ti. R. O
O. L. C.
T. L. T
K. L. K
Mri'ormkk or llouxa.
Rooney or Homek
Maairl or Donoran
. . . Pleraon
Louii ! berry
Tonnemnn Vft 1!2 172 6.13
Marble 7i 2"0 23i 602
Zlmmtrmnn , Hvl 147 2:1 B-'fl
JohnHou 1 1i 2o3 iVJ
Behgele 1!U 21ii 192 599
. Totals ; Mil 4 1.014 2,828
McC.igne ' 211 ion 171 W2
Tracy , 147 173 170 4!H)
Want Itil 147 172 40
Forscutt 2i) J5H 14'. o
Francisco 185 185 213 U13
Totals 904 8;4 !K)2 '.',t70
Omaha Ron Una l.eaane
Flayed. Won. iost. Pet. Pins.
Stora Klues 12 8 4 .(W7 11.3M
Krug Parks 12 4 8.i02
O. D. K's 12 7 0 ,.M ll.'9
Olllinods 9 4 5 . 444 8.178
Meta Bros 9 4 5 .444 7,942
Hamilton 12 5 7 .417 . 10.514
Dleta Athletics ....12 5 7 .417 10.275
Cudahys 12 4 8 .333 10,278
Datuaae to t ultoa iron
Prices of Hair Material
atlmalatea Demand for
NKW YORK. Oct. 12. R. G. Dun V Co.'s
weekly review of trade tomorrow will sny:
Low temperature brought nut much busi
ness In seasonable lines of wearing apparel,
and most rerxTt from wli.lealerii tell of
the largesi volume of trarte ever Hand
seled. Shipping demands are limited :n
activity by lnad"iuate railway facihthsi
and thl difficulty is becoming aftgiavuied
by the free movement of grain and conl ns
the season advances. Official crop reports
covering conditions on- October 1 Indicated
most satisfactory grain prospects, but dam
age has since reduced the yield of cotton
and caused a violent rHe In prico?. To
this fact Is due some Irregularity In trade
and collection at a few southern cities,
but most centers report expanding business
and confidence regarding the future. In
the leading Industries; It is Impossible to
secure prompt deliveries, even contracts for
shipment during the first quarter of i:i7
being difficult to place with the steel mills,
and the long continued lassitude In primary
markets for cotton goods has been suc
ceeded by an eagerness to purchase that is
Conditions In the primary markets for
cotton good show a radical change from
Ihe recent indifferent demand and endeavor
to obtain concessions In prices. Now that
the raw material has advanced beyond gen
eral expectations and there is a prospect of
higher prices there sj a sudden rush to pro
vide for future needs, but the producers
exhibit ns much Indifference ns was for
merly shown by purchasers. Conditions In
the wool industry do not show a similar
broadening of Interest, few duplicate orders
having been placed, and the market still
waits; for some definite attitude by cloth
New Kngland footwear manufacturers
received liberal spring orders from Jobbers
In all sections of Ihe country, with the
best demand for heavy slock, such as sr I t
goods. Producers have large contracts on
hand for winter and spring lines. In addi
tion to supplementary orders for lute fall
Liability of commercial failures thus far
reported for October amounted to 81.7S6.14I,
of which $7tW.S58 were In manufacturing,
!W.7R2 In trading and $9 701 In other com
mercial lines. Failures this week numbered
217 In the t'nlted States. agalnHt 214 last
year, and 28 In Canada, compared with 25
a year ago. Of. failure this week In the
t'nlted States. 90 were In the east, fiO In the
south, 49 In the west nnd 18 in the Pacific
states, and 68 report liabilities of $5,000 or
The Black Kats had their claws clipped
last night by the Omaha Bicycle team,
losing all three games. Keyt had high
single game with 213 aiid was high for the
three games with 543. Monday night next
the Patterson's Dally News will play the
Omaha Bicycle team. The score:
OMAHA BICYCLE COMPANY.
B O. B .
H. R. H
V. t). F. B..
Ion a 'Varsity
IOWA CITY. la.,
gram.) Chick Kirk
Mlnlidi I .
Fanfhar I 5
P. Smitn I H. V lemer..
Oct. 12. (Special Tele
turned his ankle In
tonight and until the
full exten of lira Injury Is known the root
ers will remain on the anxious seat. The
scrimmage was about the fiercest nffalr o
far this season. Bobby Miller ran the
regulars at quarter and Brugeman passed
the ball for the scrubs. Neither side wan
able to score, the scrubs holding the reg
ulars twice on their own two-yard llii. Kl
llott and McFadden at right guard and
tackle for the regulars showed better of
fensive form. Both lines were wenk on
defense and practice was cut short by lack
of substitutes. '
EMI-FIVil.S W WOMEN'S t.OI.F
, 154 145 159 13S
, 1W 149 1i5 4
, IKS 152 14.1 463
, l(i! 191 15tl 616
. 1h7 1 43 213 643
. 814 7S0 836 2,10
. ltB 156 157 478
. KM 152 115 435
. 12!t 117 152 3'
. 120 112 m 36.1
. 157 144 19" 4SU
. 7U9 6?1 775 2.1155
REPORT OK THE CI. FARING 1IOISK
Business Tranaaeted or Associated
Ranks for the Week.
NEW YORK. Oct. 12. The following ta
ble, compiled by Bradstreet, shows the bank
clearings at the principal cities for the week
ended October 11. with the percentage of
Increase and decrease as compared with the
corresponding week last year:
('(T'-il.m. Snd fai of future great conges
I .n ni e evpi .--rd.
The irfr situation as a h"le I one of
r;,t stretikih. October I i rice being at
a iPi-r.l li'M-l. For the week the feature
in hi ic u I., I Ion lme been the slowness of
dc.ihtigs in gram at small net change In
price and the sharp fluctuation of cotton,
due to contradictory advices ns to frost
il. image. The strength of the metal mar
kets ilemctvc uientlon. Coper has reached
the highest price in sixteen years and Iron
and steel show Increased strength. All
available supplies are eagerly taken despite
unprecedented production. In other lines
of Industry activity I the rule and labor
scarcity I a cause of complaint from manu
facturers, farmers and lumbermen. Col
lections show some Improvement at the
est and are slightly better at the south,
where higher prices for cotton Indue a
Jobbing trade, though of a between sea
sons character. I large for the season.
F.speclHl activity is noted here In wholesale
circles In cotton fabrics, which tend upward
on stronger raw tnuterWI prices. Spring
trade is receiving Increased attention and
Increased orders' nre noted.
Another buying movement, the second
within a few months, has occurred In the
pig iron market nnd prices have again ad
vanced . cents a ton. Most of the busi
ness calls for lnsic pig for delivery In
1:07. purchases of which nggregate about
12V0OH toiif. At the snme lime good sized
orders of foundry Iron have been made
ami for spot supplies high prices are paid.
In fact, the Insistent demand for prompt
deliveries, coupled with the heavv orders
placed for shipment In 19r7 and t he' steadily
advancing price movement, raises fears in
some quartern of a runaway market. It Is
understood that some moderate orders have
he n placed for KtiKilsh ami Scotch irons.
Orders' for structural material are of
goodly proportions. Sheets and tin plates
nre in good demand and the tendency is
to request premiums. Spccltlcatinns 'and
order for steel plates for railway cars nnd
vessels nre hi avy. Steel bars command a
premium of $2.
Cold weather mid report of frost far
south in tho cotton belt were the moving
features in a further excited ndvince in
cotton prices this week. As antlcipnted.
October business in shoes 1 better than
the rather disappointing trade done In
September. A total trade In henv vweiirlit
goods smaller than last ynr I Indicated
for (ho fall season as a whole. Shipments
are 66 per cent larger than in the pre red
ing week, but nearly 2 per cent behind a
Leather is strong as a whole .and the
tenditicy In both sole and upper grades is
toward a higher range.
The Wool markets are still practically
deadlocked, with buyets and sellers apart
and whatever advantage tiiere is is appar
ent ly in buyers' favor.
Failures In the Cnlted States for Ihe
week ended October 11 number l:2 ns
against 116 last week. 13 in the like week
of lwft. 916 In 1901. 2a3 in 1903 and 2"3 In 1o;.
Canadian failures numbered is. ns agalnrt
22 last week and 31 in the c orre?pon!in
week of J:6.
Wheat, including flour, exports from the
t'nlted States and Canada for the week
ended October 11 aggregated 3.2"7.KS bo.,
as ngalnst 4.917.021 last week. 2.774. 42 this
week last year, 1.357,175 In 1904 and 6.536,073
Corn exports for the week are 1.202,930 bu.,
as against 846.0H9 last week, 982,474 a vear
ngo and X57.517 In 19i4. For the fiscal year
to data the exports nre 10.502.811 bu., an
against 16.492.S91 In 1906 and 9.407,8.71 In 1904.
For the lust fifteen weeks of the fiscal
year the exports are 48.102,927 bu., as against
197.7 in 1905, 19,05,SS6 in 1904 and 9t,67'i,825
Adania and Miss Curtis Mill Meet
Today for Championship.
WEST NEWTON. Mass.. Oct. 12-Two
well fought matches at the Brae Burn
Gontry club today landed Miss Mary B.
Adams of the Wnllaatnn Golf club of Bos
ton and Miss Harriet 8. Curtis of the
Essex Country club, ' Manchester, Mass..
n the finals of the woman's national golf
championship. Three two players, both of
whom are resident- of Boston, will play an
eluhteen-hole contest tomorrow for the title
and also to see which of the two clubs
thev represent shall have the custody for
tho coming year of the beautiful trophy ! Russell
presented sonic years ago by Robert Cox
Of the two matches In the semi-finals
today, that between Miss Adam and Mrs.
R. H. Barlow of the Marion club, Phila
delphia, was the most exciting. Miss
Admit won on the seventeenth green, 2
up and 1 to play.
Miss Curtis was never headed in her con
test with Miss Anita Phipps or Springfield.
Mass.. Country Club and although the latter
came near catching her towards the last,
Miss CurtU won 011 the seventeenth green,
3 up and 1 to play.
Miss Adams outplayed Mrs. Barlow In
all departments of the tMme. but the latter
had an amazing amount of luck and it
was not until the thirteenth hole that the
Boston player aecurod a safe lead.
Western Leaajae Batters.
According to the report of the official
scorer at Omaha, Grlswold, as published
in the Sporting News, Omaha hud four
men who baited over .300 this season,
Welch, Dolan, Autrey and . Howard.
Perrlng dropped to .293. Welday leads the
league. Here are the figures:
Welch .. ..
herycood Wins Golf Championship.
CHICAGO, Oct. It W. H. Sherwood., of
These very cheap one way
tickets to California will be
sold only a few days Ion jer,
until October 31st, inclusive
If you expect to go to California on these rates, you should
nppiy eariy ior uenns in tne HurlingtoiT daily through
sleepers, running' to Los" Angeles and San Francisco, via Denver,
with daylight ride through scenic Colorado.'
Two More Stakes Finished '
HOT SPRINGS. 8. D. Oct. 12.-Speclal
Telegrum.) The six stakes were finished
today. Frank Fssliom's Fine Envoy and
Fine Eve divided the maiden stakes. John
Osmund Joe Bailey won the dog puppy
"takes, beuting Master Fair in the finals.
rIM..- .,.,( ,1 1. i i i i . , ,. .. Ihe American u an rtoo will commence on
iuiuus-h iouiim sieeoer nerth Ironi the M mnir the mh- wi,n 'n best class of imundu
i ever rroi
El .vert ...
fit! en 27
1 IlilK 80
SI s Iter v 8
A II. R. BH.
86 3 I 15
442 81 161
4,0 Jul 154
520 TJ6 189
472 80 167
499 85 17U
507 112 178
355 62 123
528 JU 182
449 95 153
417 56 139
4K 4 16
492 82 176
445 69 146
37o 78 120
163 21 52
121 SO 38
379 70 119
474 71 147
486 75 148
110 17 34
429 66 130
496 92 150
23 31 85
332 68 99
425 82 127
32X 67 98
98 9 30
426 7u 125
133 24 39
621 114 132
516 71 147
311 50 88
113 15 40
232 38x 60
99 15 27
15 26 50
63 8 17
391 48 106
351 45 92
893 45 103
394 42 10.1
288 43 ' 76
39 6 10
S61 38 92
164 17 39
286 34 72
516 95 130
367 67 92
48 2 12
248 26 60
643 105 159
23S 21- 6
421 67 102
12 52 KM
58 8 14
33 1 35 8u
12!) 20 81
126 13 3o
SKI 98 91
lo't 17 38
20 26 52
45 2 10
127 12 28
124 19 27
333 . 7 71
139 12 29
116 14 -29
18 5 14
151 14 31
163 13 S3
41 2 8
Im'i S 5a
1i'7 14 20
141 9 26
!') 8 18
I'.l 6 11
lol 8 18
62 13 ID
25 2 4
230 30 82
li 9 16
35 2 5
8.1 7 10
81 8 pt
M 5 5
Salt I-ake City..
Wheeling. W. Va.
Fargo. N. D 1
New Bedford I
Rockford. Ill !
Cedar Rapids. la
Sioux Falls, S D...
Mouth Bend. Ind...
Totals, T. 8
Outside N. Y. City.
217.335 261 3 7
174 518.5611 8.1
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Railroads Plead Jot Guilty.
NEW YORK. Oct. 12 The New York
Central & Hudson River Railroad company
today pleaded not guilty to Indictments re
turned against it this week for alleged vio
lations of the antl-rebatlng act. Similar pleas
were made for the Western Transit com
pany and for V. O. Eelgar and Edwin
Karle of Detroit, who were indicted in
connection with corporations for violations
of this act. The Indictment resulted from
an extended investigation Into the so-called
Klnit of Moonshiners Fined.
RICHMOND. Va.. Oct. 12.-Vayne Oooch.
known to the revenue officers as "King
or ine moousiiiiirrs, wmi nnea ai.ijuu today
and his distillery was confiscated by the
government. Gooch is said to have ac
cumulated $200,000 by the manufacture and
sale of iliic't whisky. He had an armed
guard around his place. For twelve
months' the revenue men hovered about the
distillery before they secured evidence.
f'ona-reanman's Assailant Bound Over.
TULSA. I. T., Oct. 12. Charles E. King,
the real estate dealer who Is alleged to
have threatened to kill Representative
Thomns E. Scroggy of Xenla, O.. at the
latter's winter hime In thin city, was bound
over to the grand Jury today. In default of
bond he was taken to Muskogee, where he
was placed In the federal Jail. A political
feud between the two men, that had Its In
ception in Ohio several years ago, led to
Friday and Saturday
We are showing in operation with Hard
and Soft coal the woderful
to see them
Stoves nd Range. Sold on Payments
& SONS CO.
Fourteenth and Farnam Sts.
St. Louis Americans Win.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 12. The local
Americans won the third straight game
from the St. Louis Nationals today, 4 to
3, In eleven Innings. Seven games will
be played. Score:
Americans 0100200000 1 4 '8 1
Nationals .0100002000 0 8 9 6
Batteries: Americans., Glade and Spen
cer; Nationals, Fromme and Noonan.
1.3U4. 542! 23. 41.
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H THE IHAMO.IU RBAND.
W 7Vlv I.adlf . Aak your btuit-lal for A
I U'I.M.tor,a Fills la Br4A
nd (tnlal metallic boaa. MMV
nk HluaRlbu... TakeaaMker.
Buy m ir Pniralst anil ask lor
J HI.rBFS-Tm s KKOLISH. wk
DIAMOND Hat AND I'll.LS. lot Hi.
vein' raftrded as Bnl, Salaat. Alaaya
Kaltahla. sulrf h- n. ,.,s. k .
alr ClMBitral Caw. 'LKaalDkls.
L O R &
AND RETURN H
I 1 Dnvr, Colorado Sprlnfs and Puoblo I I
If FROM 0L.HA y I
Oct. 13 to 16 and Nov. 10, 12 and IS, 1906. V
Every day Not. 1, 1806, to May 31, 1907.
If UNION PACIFIC lj
1 1 The Popular Route to Colorado. f" I
v Inquire at 1
w ' CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1824 FARNAM ST. S
v 'Phone Douglaa 334. Lsr
DR. SEARLE3 &
By the Old Reliable Dr. Seaxies & Searles.
Established in Omaha for It years. Ths many thousand
of cases curad by us made us ths moat experienced Hpec
lallsts in the west. In all diseases and ailments of man.
We know just what will cure you and curs quickly.
WE CURE YOU. THEN YOU PAY US OUR FEE.
Wa mak no misleading or false statements, or offer you
cheap, worthless treatment. Our reputation and name
are too favorably known, every case we treat, our reputa
tion Is at stake. Your health, life and happiness Is too
serious a matter to place In ths hands of a "NAME
LES8" DOCTOR. Honest doctors of ability u (heir
OWN NAME IN THEIR BUSINESS. Ws can effect for
everyone a life-long CURB for Weak, Nervous Men,
Varicocele troubles. Nervous Debility, Blood Poison.
Proetatlo troubles. Kidney. Bladder, WASTING WEAK
NESS, Hydrocele, Chronic Diseases, Contracted Diseases,
Stomach and flkln Disease.
examination and consultation, writs for
Symptom Blank tor home treatment.
SEARLES. 14th and Douglas Htreets, Omaha, Nebraska.
398. 41' I 14.!
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j Kdinonston ..
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In casn. .Not
totals bccati'-e containing oilier !t-ii
clearings. INot liK-lud-d In total
river is $3.75. Better j;o eariy ami keep ahead of tlie erowds
tlmt move on the last selling 'days of these rheap tickets.
Berths, folders tickets, etc.. al
City Ticket Office. 1502 Farnam St.
HH AU8TRK KTH HK1IKW OK THIUK I
I laid Wealfcer Stlnalatrs Ketall Trade
la seasonable Goods.
NKW YORK. Oct. 12. Bradntrcet's tomor-
HartoBrhreek Kiaat OH.
TKHRK HAUTE. Ind O t. fi. The light
scheduled for tonight, between Marvin
Hurl Ami Mike H.-hreclr wua ...lu.l
today. Police Chief Jones servjil notico i row ,ay;
he would disregard any injunction that Cold weather bus revived many llnc of
might be Issued and the promoters finally retail trade hitherto Inclined to lug. notable
concluded to abandon the match. In this respect hfipg heavy weight clothing.
ahocs and ruhix r rootacar. ana caureu so-ne i
leoid'-r bui4t,es with JiiblM-rs wh arc a t ill I
busy on regular trade. The coal nude also I
allows improvement and sonic advance in
price, but car cougt-st ion, especially at the
aest. Is s bar to fiillent activity. The !
early advent of sow and frost has done
some damage, as is evident in reports of
Iniurv lo Iruit orchard, vines and toliat-co
plants in the west arid rumors of ftoct
damage to cotton al Ihe south.
The railways secin to keen tiiidiu in
creased dimcult in handliiif ti, iraJUg
Kreck Haak. the driver of Shade On and
Bell Boy to their records of !:07V4. arrived
In the city from Chicago Wednesday to
assist Thomas Bttsa daring the Horse
According to the Denver Time tho
Teheau team only lost between 8,,aj and
fli.Oo on last wason. lt's see, this is
one of the towns that was going to wipe
Omaha tiff tho map, isn't ItT
FARE AND A THIRD for the round
diaua, Kentucky, Michigan, New York,
trip from Omaha to many points in Iu
Ohio, Ontario, Pennsylvania and West
Tickets on sale Friday, October 19th, good for return in thirtv davs via the
& ST. PAUL
He iv are some -of the round trip rates frw4t Omaha:
Toronto, Out $33-55
liuffalo, X. Y $33.00
Indianapolis, Ind $23-20
Munciev Ind $23-90
Detroit," Mich. $25-35
Columbus, Ohio $28-1.5
Cleveland, Ohio $28.35
Cincinnati, Ohio. $27.35
Dayton, Ohio $26-70
Toledo, Ohio..? .....$25-70
Pittsburg, Pa....- $31-00
Wheeling, W. Va .
Three fast trains from Union Station, Omaha, to Union Station, Chicago,
everj day. Leave Omaha 7:35 a. m., 3:4.) p. in, andvcT:.'.") p. m. For folders and in
formation call at City Ticket Office, 1.VJ4 Farnam St., Omaha, or 25 Pearl St., Coun.
ril I. luffs.
F. A. NASH. General Western Agent. Omaha. Nebraska.
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