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THK OMAHA DAILY UEE: NAITHDAY,' OCTOBER ?A lflnfi.
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DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE!?
Adrtncnz Ettsjn Broien Retail Distri
bution ii PudI. Lilt.
DEMAND rOR IRJ.N mD STEEL GROWS
Only hy firrllj
I I hi progressive
Institution has nona
of the embarrassing
found i'l cmiti hotis--r
W. furnish the horn
and clotne the family
on the easy payment
Maks Any Ferms
To Suit You.
li. Murk, blue u:id nil the poTnl:
dark toned shades of gray, 4 inches
lone, seml-iuted tim ki. with or
ruents, on eale Saturday
s. silk serge M4J1 Cn ( i
m m ak .av . MM '
In worsteds and cheviots, posgelno.
I'l the product of 'tie merchant
tailor, hand made throughout SI .a
inches Ions C10 CfV ''
exceptional values V IfciOU' :
m in pure wool wnr
I rniiQPrQ n cheviots,)
IIUUOUIO cencntlyo eV tf'S
trimmed and finished a.awv
ti j rt hi
-a .r hi
isf If f I
M- mm! Trm' H
Made of extra quality, heavy panne cheviot, col
larleiis stvle, of hlack velvet and row" of pou
tsehe hrald, trimmed down tho front, bark nn.1'
over the ihouldera with wide silk braid In
effect, full sleeve, clunter tucked below 01 C(
elbow, black, blue and tan. Extra valueHfc,,wu
smart new pony coat auit, made of fancy gray
mixed broadcloth, very effectively trlinmrd, new
uleeve with turn back cuft-skirt is the new
gored circular model, deep flounce to 7C
effect, $20 value Saturday
Cut circular or plaited,
finest quality chiffon.
Panama front. back
I NEW YOIUi, Oct. 1!). R. CJ. Uun t Co.'s
i weekly review of trade tomorrow will say:
The advancing season lias broadened re
' In i 1 trndu In staple line.", notably heavy
j clothing nnd footweur. while wholesaling
nnd jobbing departments make satlsfac-
tory returns and there Is improvement in
! thf nromntneRS with which mercantile col
lections are made. Current distribution
is scarcely more general than the demand
for distant delivery. Indicating that con
fidence in the future remains unshaken.
Industrial operations are on an unprece
dented scale, with especial Treasure at
steel mills, car shops and ship yards.
Prices are well maintained, the general
level showing a net gain since the month
opened. Manv voluntary advances in
wags are noted and it Is hoped that the
.earcltv of labor will be le.ss disturbing
when farm work is finished. Railway
blockades still delay shipments, yea Cam
illas for October thus far surpass last
year s bv ib per cent.
Alde from the advance of U per ton in
the price of pipe at the close of last week,
quotations of Iron and ateel remain steady,
but notablv firm. Borne mills can prom
ise small deliveries in a few weeks, but
s a rule contracts already on hand assure
full activity far Into next year, even with
the increased production that will follow
the opening of new plants. The general
level of quotations is now at the highest
point since the beginning of 1903 and there
l much more stability than was noted
four years ago. Increased output of pig
iron furnaces causes no accumulation and
prices are readily maintained for the most
remote deliveries, while premiums could
be secured If any considerable tonnage
In the textile Industries. Interest centers
around the probability of future advance
or reaction In the price of raw cotton.
Thus far the rise has been sufficient to
bring about a general rise in prices of
cotton goods, while the manufacturer now
dictates terms at which business is to be
transacted. Kxport Inquiries are at prices
much below the present position, which re
stricts business. Demand for woolen goods
falls to broaden.
Liberal contracts for winter and spring
footwear are placed by wholesalers at full
quotations and confidence In next year's
business Is displayed by eastern Jobbers.
Domestic hides are a little weaker on the
whole, with only moderate sales, while
iAtln-Amerlcan hides have gained further
strength and Kuropean markets are firm
In response to high prices at the German
Narrow grain markets have prevailed,
crop prospects continuing favorable, and
no new influences appear to affect the
Liabilities of commercial failures thus
far reported for October amounted to
4.5f,l,211. of which $2,820,177 were in manu
facturing, $1,671,333 In trading and $64,701
in other commercial lines. Failures this
week numbered IKS in the t'nlted States,
against 233 last year, and seventeen In
Canada, compared with thirty-eight a year
imADSTBEKT-.a REVIEW OK Til At) K
Waists in finest quality
taffeta silk, charming
ly trimmed, black,
white, gray and laven
der. It values, C 7C
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SPORTS OF A DAY.
FVEXTH 0 THE fUWIXti THtrKS
l,ady Vers Makes Xew Herord for
Ms and One-Half Furlong.
NEW YORK, Oct. 19. Lady Vera, a
f-year-old filly by Woolsthorpse Filnna,
made a new world's record for six and a
half furlongs straightaway, when she won
the second race at Belmont park today In
l it;',. The previous time was 1:17H, made
by Voorhees two days ago. Dishabille, an
S to 1 shot, scored an easy victory in the
Kordham handicap at seven furlongs. Two
favorites won. Summaries:
First race, selling, mile: Columbia Girl
won. filvonnt Balerio second, Sir Caruthers
third. Time: 1:4H.
Second race, selling, six and a half fur
longs, straightaway: Lady Vera won. Te
iint't'o second, Hyperbole third. Time:
Thud race, mile and a half: Outcome
won. palette second. Angler third. Time:
Fourth race, mile: Montgomery won,
Philander second, Orphan ld third. Time:
Fifth rtce, Fordhant stakes, last seven
furlongs main course: Dishabille won,
Xlenap second, Ben Pan third. Time: 1:25.
Sixth race, six furlongs, straight: Suf
frage won. Frank Ixird second, Rusk, third.
I.OVISVII.LE. Kv.. Oct. 19.-Resftlts:
First race, five and a half furlongs: Re
fined won. Alyth second. Nedra third.
Second race, mile: Ravlana won. Percy
tireen second, Oliver third. Time: 1:4H.
Third race, mile: St. Tammany won,
Rolla second, Landsduwne third. Time:
Fourth race, steeplechase handicap, short
course: Ben Rhaw won. Mansano second.
Onyx II third. Time: 2:54i-
Fifth race, six furlongs: Toboggan won.
nnon r orge second. Falkland third. Time:
and the home team Is prepared to put up a
strong game, with the expectation of win
ning. Charles E. Moyer has been selected
to act as referee. The Omaha. Hish school
has quite a number of new plays and ex
pects to use them. Coach Charles Brome
and Mr. Bernstein expect the Omaha High
school to win.
Sixth race; mile and an elg-hth: Laxell
won. Bellevlew second. Arthur Cummer
third. Time: l:6f
Klene ta Bmy Farm.
FORT DODGE, la., Oct. li. (Special.)
Louis Fiene. a member of the pitching
staff of the" White Sox during the past
eakon and a Fort Dodye hoy, has re,
turned here with $.000 as his share of
the winning of the team and salarv
saved snd will buy a farm in Oklahoma
sod move his mother and slater fo that
place. Ftene's rise n professional ha
hall has been rapid. He is hut 22 years
old and first started In buyn ball In 1903
r Itching with the independent Fort Dodge
earn. In 104 he was with Cedar Rapids
of the Three-I league and the following
year with Detroit. He started the sea
son Just closed with the White Sox.
Illarb Sebool and Harlan.
A foot ball game is to bs played at Diets
Bellevne and Crel;hon.
The annual clash between the Bellevue
and Creighton foot ball teams will be
witnessed this afternoon at Vinton Street
park by a large crowd. Judging from pres
ent Indications. Roth teams are keyed
up for the, fray and both refrained from
practice yesterday. The officials for the
game will be, referee, Frank Crawford;
umpires, Byrne and Kllltk. The rooters
of the two teams will divide into dif
ferent parts of the grandstand and each
will have their band in uniform, so the
fun will be faat and furious. Rooters will
have to get in early to get a front scat.
Game called at 3:30 o'clock. The lineup:
Suchl. MtKtUrkk...R.B. R.R
Lundgran, Miller... LE 1, 8
Wtgner, Delano R G. R.O
Bloedoro 10 LU
Mi( rmlrk. Boui C. C
Jon R.T. R T
MoruMthlle.-, Mirrln.L.T. LT
( ((!. DonoTin It H 'H H
Roonw L.H L H
. .. Saundpra
. ...O. Btnuoii
The forward pass works some times and
when It works it Is a beauty, but like
other beautiful things, It Is too rare and
Basket ball will eoon he getting in its
work, but the game will not be on in full
swing until the gridiron warriors are
through with their little exercises.
The foot ball team of Fort Omaha would
like to hear from any team In the city or
vicinity who has open dates after and in
cluding October if). Address Norman
Scales, Fort Omaha, Neb.
If the Lincoln club could bring Joe Cans
and Willie Fitzgerald together, the fans
could stay up nights for a week ahead for
fear of misxlng the show. There are no
$10,000 purst-s, however, kicking around the
About the only man that Jimniv Walsh
can get to meet him in the ring is Digger
Biamey, me r.ngnenman, wnom Walah has
already whipped. They are to have an
other bout on October 'M, the Chels-s club
being the scene of It.
"Neglect of studies" is the Injury which
l Keeping more foot ball stars out of
the game than nay other. Pnder tho
present system of better faculty super
vision the students have to be up In their
siuaies or mey are out or tne game.
The foot ball team with the best kicker
has an edge this fall, for the ball is in
the air a considerable of the time. In the.
Creighton-Bellevue game Saturdav, Civigh
ten will have to punt to better advantage
than It did against Cornell of the swift
backs from Bellevue will be up and doing.
Two racing events will be seen at the
Horse show next wek. Thev are the
potato race and the sporting tandem clas.
Ine potato lace Is a contest to see who can
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i. mccu T-irvriin ,-p- i rarry me nnu-'i potatoes ui'i oss the aren;t
ri-nrniuis wit- vmn limn scnooi sriu mat one at a time nnd the snorting tandem Is
of Harlan. la. The latter come with an a race to e who can unhitch and aet over
excellent reputatior. tor winning games the bars first.
KILLS THE GERMS
Th laws of nature and heredity are fixed and invariable. Parents who
re related by the ties of blood, or who have a consumptive tendency, or
family blood taint, are sure to transmit it to their children in the form of
Sqr.ifula. Swollen glands, brittle bones, weak eyes, hip disease, pale, waxy
complexions, emaciated bodies, running Bores and ulcers, and general weak;
constitutions are the priucipal ways in which the disease is manifested.
Those who have inherited this blighting trouble may succeed in holding it
in check during young, vigorous life; but after a spell of sickness, or when
the system has begun to weaken and lose its natural vitality, the ravages of
the disease will become manifest and sometimes run into Consumption.
S. S. S. goe down into the circulation and forcea out the scrofulous deposits,
kills the germs and completely cures the disease. It changes the quality of
the blood by removing all impurities and poisons and supplying this vital
fluid with rich, health-sustaining qualities. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable
medicine and is especially adapted to systems which have been weakened
and poorly nourished by scrofulous blood. Literature on Scrofula and medical
dvicefrcc. THC SWIFT SPECIFIC COt ATLANTA, CA$
NEW TORK, Oct. 19. Bradstreet s to
morrow will say:
Trade continues of large volume and
u-hna the nrtitnurv rilih nf full trada is
over ana next spring is receiving attention.
acuve retail demand has inaucea a neavy
volume of reorder business trom jobbers.
Jixcept In a few auctions, where mild
wtiatuer last winter left unsold stocks on
hand, supplies of goods are not excessive.
Honce a continuance of the active reorder
trade is likeiy, weather conditions allow
ing. Perhaps the most active branch of
wholesaling and Jobbing is that of cotton
goods, which are in heavy demand, with
alow deliveries still complained of. There
is also a better tone to woolen gooos,
worsteds leading as heretofore. Prices are
steady as a wnole and the high range ot
all quotations does not seem as yet to be
reflected in reduced sales. In general dis
tributive lines the reports are almost uni
formly favorable. Industries return, re
ports of great activity, the Iron and steel,
metal working, coke, cotton, other tex
tiles, furniture, carpets, and lnded. prac
tically all lines are published. Exceptions
are found In shoes, which have not been
as well ordered as a year ago for fall and
winter, though excesses on last springe
account makes a net gain for the year as
There is complaint that lew prices of-
Lfered for grain are restricting sales by
farmers west and northwest, ovu isck or
mtlve. power and cars Is credited with
holding back deliveries. There Is com
plaint of slow trade In flour on domestic
account, but export Inquiry seems to have
Improved. Speculatively dealt in staples,
such as cereals and cotton, are rath'r
quieter than of late. In the case of cot
ton, such a feeling Is natural, after the
rapid advances which have Induced realis
ing and frtsh short sales, especially as
fiost damage Is minimized In late reports.
The feature of the iron and steel trades
is the pressure to produce sufficient quan
tities to meet requirements. High prices
and premiums for prompt deliveries seem
to be the rule. Pig iron Is higher and
as high as $28 a ton has been paid for No.
2 foundry In eastern and western centers
for spot supplies. Bessemer pig commands
high prices In the central wtst. In the
Chicago district furnaces are sold ahead
for the first quarter of 1907, and nearly so
for the first half of the year. Steel bil
lets are scarce everywhere and car build
ers have bought forging billets in the Chi
cago district in fair quantities. An Im
portation of 1S.000 tons of forging billets
for use In the central west Is reported snd
some further imports of Scotch foundrv
iron, snd low phosphorus pigs have been
arranged for. Demand for structural ma
terial and plates continues good with car
builders figuring largely In the tonnage
order. Iron and steel bars are firm. New
crders for steel rails are only moderate.
Merchant pipe Is up $4 a ton on blaclt and
galvanized pipe and $2- on casing. Pre
miums for sheets and tin plates are becom
ing more prevalent. Sales of lake ores
are reported to have been made at an In
crease of 60 and 76 eents a ton. Coke la
In active demar.d and the steel eornora
tion, usually a seller, has contracted for
over 350,000 tons of Connellsvllle and West
Virginia coke for delivery next year. Cop
per is firm, though buying Is limited.
The fall trade in shots at the east has
been and Is still smaller than last year,
although October supplemf ntsry orders
are of better volume than for September.
leather markets are quiet and strong.
Puvlng is Just sufficient to cover orders.
Inferior grades of hemlock sole and union
and oak sole are in fairly good demand,
patent and enameled leather for spring
There is better demand for raw silk.
Linens are active, though advances in
prices, it is claimed, may divert some busi
ness to fine cottons.
Wool Is more active" and manufacturers
have bought freely. Opinion Is divided,
however, as to the prices received, snd
f.me concessions are claimed to have been
Btismess failures for the week ending
October 1 number 170, aaainst 192 Isst
week. 171 In the like w ek of 1S05, 227 In
l".o "IB in 1903 and 194 in 1902.
Wlient. includinr flour, exports from the
Fnlted Ststes and Canada for the week
ending October 1 segregated 4 911 Ml bu..
neMrist S.SPT.gSg bu. last we'k. 2.831.472 bu.
thW week last year, l.cr,S.42 bu. In 1904 and
4 952 134 bu. in 1901. . For the past Blxteen
we'ks of the fiscal year the exports a'e
94 7W bu.. faint ? "06 319 In 106, JO..
- tin in 104 snd ,",.".1fl.r,9 In 101.
Corn exports for the week ere 1 31.01
bu.. against l.W W lst wek. 77 435 bu.
a vear see snd 797.9 In 104.
Fcr the fiscal year to date the exnort
are U.'1.47 bu., againt 17,269.325 hu. !n
1905, and 9,45.;S7 bu. in 1"C4.
REPORT OK THE CI FAKING HOUR
llaalaesa Traaaarlrn Associated
Daaki for h WeeV.
NEW YORK. Oct. 1. The 'following ta
ble compiled bv Pradatreet. shows the bank
clea'ings at the principal cities for the week
ended October li. with the percentage of
Increase and decrease as compared with the
sorresponding week last year:
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CITIES. j Clearings.! Inc.! Dec.
Nfw York $2. 14,H31 '-9' 24 1'
Chicago ! Kfi.4SiU .
Boston ( WeixTNt' 17.'
Philadelphia 1 3M.fi?; Id '
St. Louis I R2.'.277l 1.4'
Ptttsborg I 407e:4l I 4 1
San Francisco I 4-i Rio KT1 7.4
Baltimore I 0.S4i.s;iv 2 y
Cincinnati ! 2H.Mft.7ncl 14.!
Kansas Cltv I 1 r.J-i l a;
Vr w Orients 1 f 9 r,7-
Mlnneanulls I UUi!'.'. 4Hl" 13 ii
A coat and trousers
hanger free with all
men s suits.
Men's fancy silk suspuudors,
regular 50 cent
values, on sale
t6Ui ft FA UN AM STPEET-S. OMAHA.
The Peoples Furniture & Carpet Co. Established 1887.
Saturday wo will place on sale
ladies' hats, made of velvets
and the new felts, trimmed
wjth wings, ribbons, plumes
and foliage. All new and up-to-date
shapes. This is our
regular $7.50 hat on sale
Saturday, your unre
Lowest Prices, Easiest Terms, Largest Stocks
The marvelous growth that results from our LIBERAL METHODS is conclusive evidence that we not only sell on
the EASIEST POSSIBLE TERMS, but at the LOWEST PRICES as well.. We can prove to you in a moment that our
prices are as low, quality considered, as any cash store. EVERY ARTICLE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
The credit we extend to you is of a high and refined character. We can afford to wait for the money and we will
wait. It will be to your advantage to inspect our lines of up-to-date, ready-to wear clothes before you purchase, and we
urge you to do this while our showing is at its best. Never mind the money,
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
BIG SAMPLE SALE
Mode in the latest styles
in up-to-date patterns.
Not the product of low
wage earners, but of
artists, men who think
as they work. Every
garment is faultlessly
tailored. Here is a
chance to get well
clothed at a big saving.
SI 9 50 ntwl
815 values at
Men's All Wool Trousers.
Jut large and roomy well made large assort- J
ment of neat patterns to select frpm. Our regu- II
lar $2.50 values, on sale for.
On Sale Saturday, Special
75 Ladies' Coats $9.50
Made 48 inches long
of newjnixtures and
p 1 a i d s, t r i m m e d
with straps and
stitching, velvet col
lars, metal buttons,
large assortment of
patterns, also black.
Specially priced for
only, at .
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Rait Lake City....
Sioux City ..
Wheeling. W. Va.
Fargo. N. D
Cedar Rapids, la....
Sioux Falls, S. D....
South Bend, Ind....
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1. SS3.fi 461
1,573. 531 1
tain Mason will be absent from the Ne
braska lineup. Craig being booked to sub
stitute at fullback, but the entire Corn
husker eleven Is on edge and serenely sure
of taking Ames' measure.
Ames has a slight advantage in the
weights and is also a favorite in the bet
ting. Two hundred rooters are due to com
from Ames tomorrow.
'29. 9i . . .
TALK WILL WIS UOI.F MATCH
Finals Will lie Played Today Between
Two ons of Eli,
GARDEN CITV. L. I.. Oct. Is There Is
no chance of Vale's losing either of the
honors In this year's Intercollegiate golf
championship, which began last Tuesday
on the links of the Garden Cltv Oolf club.
Yale's team of six men won last year and
duplicated the victory last Wednesday,
whn they won out against Princeton.
Today tho semi-final round brought about
an unlooked for result, as Robert Abbott
of Yale, last year's champion, was beaten i
by W. E. Clow, ,1r., a New Haven col
legian, after a hard match, the champion
being 1 down after nineteen -holes had
The other semi-final match, that between
Dwight Partridge of Yale and Dudley H.
Barrows of Princeton, was won by Part
ridge by 1 tip.
Tho llnsl round of thirty-six holes match
play will be decided tomorrow between
Clow and Partridge.
I DOCTORS FOR EMEN
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W ITH TUB lOWI.KH.
The Onimods gave the Cudahy an awful
beating last nlKht at the association alleys,
winning three straight games and finishing
323 "Ins lo the good. McCague was In a
class by himself with a total of 6TiR and a
single game of 249. The score:
Williams 197 l'2
A. C. Reed 176
II. D. Reeil 16
Totals 967 986 5 2.K3
Tk. tTttiatttSf. won three vaniss from the
O'BiienV Monte Crietos. La Vlnge of the
Falstaffs was the only man to reach the
2(i0 score. The Falstaffs is the only tesm
In the lengue in which every man went oyer
I h. son mark Thev are also about 700 pins I
ahead of their nearest rivals, the Life I
Malts. Come on boys, get some pins,
I a Vlnge
O liRlEN'S MONTE CIUSTOS
St. John. N. B
Victoria. B. C.
10, 190. 3 16'
2. 3"!. 3. '71.
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Bslances paid In casn. tNot Included in
totals because eontnlnln other Items than
clearlntts. (Not Included In totals; com
AMUR AMI NEBRASKA CLASH 1111)41
Members of Both Teams Coagdeat of
LINCOLN. t"k:t. li. (Speciul Telegram.)
Nebraska university and i'jwa State colleije
at Ames are ,lo nieet tomorrow on Ne
braska field in the first practical test of the
new rules In the west between teams
evenly matched as to weight and represen
tatives of this seclioi;. Tiie Ames aggies
reached Lincoln tonight in trim for the
conflict and fairly confident of victory.
A stiff signal drill this afternoon put the
final touches on the Cernhuskers' prepara
tions. Coach Foster lias coached his
proteges to the minute and if the Corn
husliers are beaten it will bring both shock
;uii saifie tu the Nebraska camp. Csp-
AX OLD tuid WEXLrTRIED REMEDY.
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Kstablished in Omaha for 15 ysaxs. The many thousands
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