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TIIE 'OMAtIA DAILY BEE: SATU15DAV.' ' N'OVEMliKR
DUVS , RhYltW OF TRADE
lldr Vikhr Rsmovsi Drawback' ta
6e.Ksble tittribnuon of keicbndia.
BLOCKADES " CONTINUE
trtfnrf of llfmaml for lielitrry
troa aad Meel lsrrrair.
lars Order for Font.
'NEW YORK, Nov. 2 R. tj. Dim Co.s
IfWkly Ilevlew nf Trade tomorrow will
If .'olde.r westlifr Ims rr moved .' on of ih
rawoacka to sea i,nn hre ulsCrlhtit ion of
. mircrianoiw, but fnr Is run mu r com
- plaint nt traflic cmirlrtlon. ( onaestinn .on
.A'he raj i ways was increased l.v Ine Orstruc-
r ' X'" of veeseia miring nc recent guit imiim
ana a murit Iihvhi- tuiuio.c .ol Height In
delayed tnan umihi, aiinnnn tn.re is al
ways a car famine, at this s.-nsin. Ilotail
tracie shows inir-finrnt in nearly all na
tion and mrnantim collections are mora
vrompt. Kcturrm irotn the iron anl ai I
Innueiry could not easily be brighter, mid
footwear taomrica nave Hbtmu.int onl rs
n hand. After several ( pri-axiii e
to piac.a contracts lor col tun goods incie
1 a. natural aern of quiet, Put the mills
liv secured sumclmt- misinefs to rtMUie
many montns ot active machinery' Eastern
wool sales have attained record' proyni
xions, hut the lnt roll has delayed the
tlemand fur woolen.-' Primary receipt of
wheat are not In keeping witti a maximum
crop on account of ti'-ini nelny.
Aa the aeaaon advanocs with increasing
wrgency for neilvery of Imp and steel, rc
gardicHa of further advance lit prices, even
the most conservative purohn;eis Rive tip
liopa ot better terms and ore struggling to
place contracts beion- another fraction !
added to the price or another month to
ne remoteness or delivery. rKt quota
tion lor pig Iron are read-' nominal lie
ca.ua. nothing; la ottered and very fancy
rrica would bo paid for billets that cuuld
La -Shipped loimculntcly, . Foreign trade In
this inuiiftry la large, despite domestic
Hwmt vigorous activity In the primary
niaraeta for cotton goods nas been followed
l' cuatotnary nuiet conditions, which ore
necewary for assimilation -and adjustment
Ulmlnlshed Interest in giods and the lower
? rices of the raw material lcnves the mal
ar Of market ntues dependent upon the
Jaadlneaa with whleli bnera tlnd their re
cant purchase distributed. Stocks In the
bands of wes-ir-m dealers are -believed to
ha light, and, a steady movement la antici
pated. No ' improvement lias occurred in
the export division, but many, looms for
merly engiged on foreiim wink hav been
diverted to relieve the donieatlc prnaaufe.
1 whji'h maintains active machinety lnv ull
1 departments. . -
1 Jitw Knxiand hoe ahopa tocelve liberal
ftfiiera for fiprlnK goods from caatorn whole.
, t aalera. but it la at 111 too early to expect
raaulUi from salesmen at the went and
outh. Jobbers ur seeking; many spcclal
tlea, notably patent leather, -calf and kid
atock. Prioea are firmly nialntnlnel, with
-special strength in heavy rtejfcrlptlons ot
rnJn, Batln and split boots and bulmirnls.
After much Irregularity, the wheat mrit1-
kt shows a auhatant lul ndvancn (or thu
wek. Flour output, increased Somewhat,
but It Is still'fnr behind the production a
af'ye&r agn, and mills find profile" curtailed
i & by. tha flrmneas of raw material. Coatwu
JT aralna are less active and fluctuate within
m narrow margins.
V A HWADSTBEK'PS HKVIEW HV TI1AUU
scant sc.pblle as to the natural -iiletln
doan of f.tll deninndK .VII tnaks of
iroo'ls are utronu In price anl eonfVlctc-e
Is (tenernl: In woojens the Ix-tter weather
has made for a ncttrr litne and bs conv.
I'bilut if m 1 1 -1 weather elieckiuB ilist rlbu
M"n 1 heard. FiIk la alronu at .c-orl
PU Iron prices continue to niove.tt(
WBril. The udvance-a niuzc from lo 1
(it ton on tuodi purchn-'ei! for !'."'; il"tiv
r I -.):: i tor t rompt supplies, whb .l
appear to be gtonliiK scMiccr. Is more Ic
Fltnt. he shipments In (Ktolit-r eclipsed f r' -ioiis
t'coifjs nttd the season's nioven.rnt
expM-rte.l to approximate 37.(te,M,',t tns.
ttecl rails are In fair request, the prim l
al oider bein one of .'lO.ooa tons for a
Sotitij Ametlcsn road. shl incuts lo be
male dm In? the latter part of rtml
the early part of Hunt, structural rm
tiial is In tood demntvt. t'opper is dull,
hut prices a.re not beicg; shade. I.
TJie car rongeMfon nml iciCAWJiid liraln
deliveries du thereto are havina seiton
effect on that tiade. I-allngs In futnr"
bnshi:H are-reatr'cterl and export traic
1s v a standstill, lllah-r prices fur avail
aMc supplies arc a feature. Irregular ft--lauts-
cmne from the shoe tra.le. neasnn
able weather has hrlrvil footwear at the
west, hilt mild temperatures check sales
at the eaht. l-antein rhtnments are. still
3 p r c"nl ahead for the year, but car
r nt forwardlnxs rire belowa Veai aqo.
, leather hus been active at Botdon. " Oil.
000 sides of hemlock sole changing; hands.
lhtsrnesa failures In the t'nited States
for the week ending, November I puntocr
1K.1 ac-ilnt 1 last week, ItiO in the like
wek of 1"'5. 20i in 1301. 21 tn l!03 and
-3S7! w.r I
mi !.:. s.; -
lle'.rni - tss i?1 1 3.7
.exlngtrh ..I .-''' C.n
Knrgo. N. 1 j K 4"t 1 4;.l
New Peilbiid J fC.XhS i .......
YoitipStOWn I t.4t"! 2. Si
Akron I ;"-". "V I 14.2
Ito. kfiirrl. Ill . . I .!.J77i 19.7;
feilar Itnplds. la ' e.t.r.l I r 2
'anion. 0 4..on7' a.a
piiiKhainton I 4.m.fim...... S.u
Chester, m 1 ..1 ."'
tyiwrll 1 lS.iT4) ! .:t
ISreensbill'g. I 'a I I!7 4 I
Hloomlrgton. Ill 47-'.. 4 1: 10 7
Springfield. O ' -l'.iio J5.:
Uuitv v. Ill 1 ::tiv o;7 1 15.4
ManstleM. O :tn.7, s 7'
Iiejtur. Ill ; .ll.nio 1 4
Slohx falls. R r 1 .is.v.s .r...'...
Jacksonville. Ill ' 2:V3"' I
J-'ren-ont. Neb 1 i""4 1 10. J
tPnuth Beml. lml t'i.t-X
monion ai.rn.r.j, st 41
vtialvryton' l!t. 7J3.f 0, 2i.
Kott Wavnr " y2.37' 6.5.....
Total, V. S .'.,'ii.:i'4.:tr.7 2.9
Diitshle N. Y. rtly.J I.'i7s4.tsl 3.1
MS In 1 0ti2. Canadian failures for th Hamilton ..
we.-k number 21. as against 20 last week
and ?t5 in this week a year ago.
Wheat, including flour, export from tne
T'ntt'.ii States and Canada for the week
endion No-eniber 1 ngpiegatd 4,49.l.9Vl
bushels. Hgali.st fi.lHS.H17 last week, MSI.
Son this week last year. 1.4S2.2"2 in 1; M
and ft.i'.T J.MH in 1901, For the last eight
een weeks of the fiscal year the exports
a re r,ititiK,4K9 bushels, against 3S.2riS.S27
in ISu.-.. 23,D.1,ltJ in 1904 and 107,tia2.4S9
Corn exports for the week are 1,300.221
bushels. agRlnst 1,49.".. Ill last week. I,0c9.-
210 a year ago and 846.927 In ISO, f or
the fiscal vear to date the export are
14. 616.19 bushels, against 15,986.773 In
ISO.', and 10,tl.Sr;S In 1904.
Pt. John. N. B
Ijondon, Out ,
Victoria. 11. C
14. (;;.-. ;;S7 21.2
1.3W.542 j !.
1.ft.i12' 18. 7
1.4HW.SS2I ! 7.1
1.1.".1.4nKi 92 6'
1.3 t !e l
IlRtOHl) OF TUB CLKAII HOl'IK
Dualnraa Transacted br Associated
Danka for the Weefc.
NEW YORK, Nov. 2. The following Tti-
, 2,ii.rj33, .:
Balances paid In cash. Not included In
totals because containing other Items than
clearings. Nnt included in totals; com
ASSESSMENT LAWS IMPERFECT
Auditor uf Soalh Dakota Ansa
4 hanae la lllahly lie- .
hie eomniled hv Braristrcet. ahows th bnk I
elea tings at the principal cltle for the week 'deals almost exclusively
enned nvemtr 1 with the percentag ;e of j flf Hsmeu nA t!,xat,
llicrease hhii urrmiai: ia .oMiiit ..akit
corresponding week lust year:
4 tear anil C older Weather Improve
) Retail Business.
INEW' YORK, Nov. 2. BrrfdHtreefs to
morrow will uy:
'Clear and colder weather lias improved
ratail trade and stliMiiluU'd reorder husi
nes greatly, resulting in a record. October
trade with Jobbers, besides helping 'the
coal trade and kindred lines. Industry Is
active, labor scarcity is still a feature, Iron
and steel markets are adanetnH and largo
importa are the only apparent source or
relief. Cotton tconds are a trifle ntilcter.
ut very tlrni because of 'scarcity of sti.
piles, wntle woolen goods have been stim
ulated by good reports as to retail sties f
httvy clothing. Holiday trade prepata
tlolia and sales have been so far encourag"
iunr. . Si.rinif business ia of irood vtdunia
as a whole. The only realfy "Hurfful .i'ie
x elopmcnt, itaolf an outgrowth of 'upr
abundant rrohperlty. Is the growing ten
slon as rcgiiedai - transportation facilities,
liemanda for increased wages are an uditU
' ' afure pressing for attention upoil
railway niauagera, but amicable . s'til"
mant. are ho,cd for. Collections are. Ir
regular, southern payments being buarlah,
while grain blockades Interfere with west
ern and northwestern receipts.
It Ims been week of easing prices In
cotton and valuta of both snot and fu
tures are lower. Failure of recent frosts , Mobile
to do daniaee is indicated and the Iiik" ! r rie
movement has made for capeclai c.u'c in
"Wool price are rather ateu.licr at'tt r ti.e
l.irga transactions of the last two week,
which haw lifted a lond from dealer'
handa and made manufat Hirer more o n
tent In tlielr minds now that large sup
plies of raw material have been soeurtd.
In finished textile lines there has been
nmewhnt of a lull In cottons, due . aa
much 8 large uiivaucti orders booked and
CITI KB. .
Nw York ........
Pittsburg -.. ........
8an Francisco ..
TVew Orleans ....
Detroit n '.'...,
1 os Angelea
OMAHA . . i
I'ort Worth ,
" Toledo, O,........
Charleston, S. C
' 2u.Ri2.124! 32.1
0,833,431 1 3.8. .
1.-11. W7I .4
PIKRKK, S. T.. Nov. 2. 1 Special.) The
letter of transmittal accompanying the
annual report of Slate Auditor llalladay
with the matter
taxation. Tie take the
posltloit that the legislation nf 'w '-nra
ago helrd some In tho matter of assess
merits, but that the property of the state
will nevrf nil bu properly put upon the
tax roll until there Is a radlcul change in
the assessment laws of the state. But re
gardlesa of the loosi methods of assess
ment, he says, "The total assessed valua
tion of tho state four year ago, as left by
the State Board of Kqualization and As
sessment, was tis7.531.3sj.. . This year tin; !
'.aggregate is f222.42S.4ti1, a gain ' In round
Iniimbors of f35,OUO.vtO or tin average of nearly I
19,000.000 per annum. The Increase In the 1
future will be at a much greater ratio. )
Nearly 1,000 miles of new railroad will bo
added to the railway mileage, of the state 1
this 2'car. A large section of the state la 1
being opened up to settlement and these 1
lauds' 'will, aeon le listed for taxation, j
Thousands of nri people are flocking into
the state, bringing with them new. wealth
and preparing to produce additional wealth. !
12.0; with a few amendment to the tax laws
. . I ... . .... . '
and a strict eniorcement 01 xnose nireany
Fall weight garments, in
plain and fancy colors. We
arc showing .'exceptional
vnlm-s nt $1.00.
Fine silk suspenders, one
pair in a faneV box. "0t'
values, on sale
1612 & TAPNAM 6TREETS OMAHA.
The Peoples Furniture & Carpet Co. Established 1837.
Tomorrow we will tiioo out,
73 pattern hats, regular $10
values, nil ' colors, fa chid -ing
black, nt tho J? flfl
low priii of tiiUll.
1 Scant if ully trimmed with
lace and embroidery, raade
of Nainsook, our r'8-0 QQ
tiUr $ 5 waist, on ale "i J 11
utr irodlilS: ESI e aims melhiDini
' Our liberal credit helps you when you need it. It is a real help. It not only helps, it protects. In si9kness or misfor
tune you are safe from hardships that afflict those who do not buy on our safe plan. Our credit is measured to fit your
necessities. IT EXACTLY MEETS YOUR REQUIREMENTS. We will clothe you from head' to foot and wait patiently
for our payments. That is is the meaning of CREDIT at thi3 house. , : .
We do it because more people buy on credit than for cash, and thus we have a greater field to work in. Our absolute
guarantee goes with every purchase. We mark all goods in PLAIN FIGURES. If the goods are not the best, at the price,
and if we do not sell them at as low price as cash houses ask then we desire to return your money immediately. No trans
action atr THE PEOPLES STORE is considered closed until tho customer is entirely satisfied.
on the statute books the question of pro.
du'clng; revenues with which to carry on
tho. business-of the. state will practically
take care of Itself." '
2,;uV5 1 4.9
1.U74.70K' I 8.0
Da ven I'ort .1
Little Rock t.
Topeka v. .
Whwellna. W. Va..
i .Sj .
. Gives Property to Chareb.
PtERRB, S. D., Nor. l-(SpecIal.)-JIra.
Hannah Dnrj-ea of Bt. Louis, who has
for many years been an Investor In Pierre
real estate, - haj decided to donate her
holdings In this city and farm property la
Sully county to the Catholic church. In
thin line she has donated -to the Catholic
church nf thia-citv Rpv.ntMii 1nt n.-hl.-h
- i-B- adjom'the church, location. TotSU Mary's
7-3 finunttal lihA rinnnlM sl hnalnaua Ia( a In
uie central pari ot tne city, ana she will
donate three quarter-sections of land tn
Sully county for the benefit of a church to
be erected In he vicinity of the land.
The property Is deeded with the provision
that It must be held In trust for forty
years before it can be disposed of, but It
may be leased in any manner, or for any
terms desired within the forty-year period.
Mrs. Duryea will leave shortly for Kurope,
where she will remain for the winter,
SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY OF
ttuh, Uathan Cl Fischer's
We Bought Their
Surplus Stock. of
SUITS and OVERCOATS
At a very low figure and
we shall give our customers
the benefit of it. They are
the best ready-to-wear- clothes on
the market today. This assortment
includes all the new shades and
styles, suits and . overcoats, worth
$18.00 and $20.00, we will place on
sale tomorrow at
LADIES' SUITS SPECIALLY PRICED
S15 for $23 Suits
Made of tho latest fancy
mixtures the coats are
pleated and cut 22 inches
long finished with braid.
The skirt is . also pleated
and inado to match very ,
new and nobby. This price
holds good for Saturdays "no
other day. "NVe are offering
our regular $23.00 ' values
Fatal Accldeat In Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 2. -Two work
men were killed and five others Injured
by the collapse of a derrick Ht a building
being erected hy John Wanamaker to re
place his present department etore.
On Sale Saturday
IVTaln Floor ;
Fancy Decorated Card Plates Saturday we
will place on sale a large assortment of these
Imported plates tney are decorated with
pictures of monks, Dutch figures and
colonial women very rich In color a
regular 35c valuer our special price.,. . ,
V . 1 1 v ..' y
I-'nnoy Decorated Steins If you wish one of these steins
be ur and conW oarly, s we only have a limited num
ber of them. They are decorated with pictures of
monks and Dutch figures the colorings
are beautifully shaded the top has a
gilt edge around It an easy 50c
value our prlpe Saturday
SPORTS OF A DAY.
UY -'NOW-PAY I Alii
Stylish Winter Clothing
MEN'S, WOMEN'S, CHILDREN'S
.Don't forget that our prices are 20 per cent lower than
our imitators Don't forget that with our 64 stores we are
. twice over the largest Credit Clothiers In the world. Don't
forget that we are large manufacturers. Don't forget that
our terms are more liberal Don't for
get that we give money back if pur
chase is not safisfactory.
No matter In whit town
or city you live you eta
buy Styllih Clothing for
Ma and Women by mail
on city payment terms
direct from our factory.
Send for Free Catalogue
and style book. Address
Fadary B. lackadar, N. T.
Say Charge It That's All
Men's Overcoats $0.50 to $20
Genesee Shoe for Men
The C A Shoe for Men on
the market today
FURS ON CREDIT
We buy Furs in immense quantities for 64 stores
we sell as low as Cash Stores and give you
months of time to pay. 1
1508 Dodge St.
Liberal Credit frly given to reeidenia of
Florence. &o. Omaha and Council Bluffa
STORE OPEN WEDNESDAY tVENINCS
MIXXESOTA HAS GLKVilt ttlAXTS
Avcraae Weiabt of Foot Dall Ten
la 188 round..
Minnesota has 2,068 pounda of brawn and
muscle for .Nebraska to go up against.
Ttn.t la. the aaareaate TvelKiu 01 me isorin
Star eleven, Uie averapte p'r man being
1S8. Here Is tne way tney tip tne -ueaniB;
Bnyder, left end, 176; Ittner, left tucaie,
tU; VllH, len guaxa. ijo; rftiiwim, ti-nw-i,
Imo; Smith, right guard, -ju; cane, riKiu
tackle, HIM; aiaranau, ngnt euu, no; uumu,
uuartor back, lio; Itoberteon, left half
back. 175; Schuknecht, rlglit half back,
Iao; Current, fun D leu.
l)T. Wllllama haa lila Allnneaotuna down
to hard work In anticipation of their Kame
with Nebrnaka Saturday. ' Practice ix be
hind clOBed doora and tha wily trainer Is
allowing no aecreta to be revealed. He Is
having fine weather, ao reporla aay, and
expects tu muka a great showing with hi?
rumiakev huM returned from a aucceanful
hunting trip in the VVlaconaln lake regions.
Murpuy ia pittiiiiiiia v .uu..
through the south and Into Cuba for their
rprlug training, and Ban Johnson an
nounces a meeting oi ma American league
magnates for December. These three
eventa were sufficient tu infuse new life
into tha winter Quarters of base ball. The
Old Roman cornea back from tha wilds In
a fine humor, except that he la hot under
the collar at the national commission in
u.wardlna: tha contract for making the
world's championship emblems to a Cln-
clnnatl firm. '"It was distinctly a Chicago
affair, aald t omlskey, "and the Job by all
means aliould have gona lo a Chicago
and taking notice over the prospect 01 wlt-nr-ssing
a fight between Marvin Hart and
Mike Sohreck. Jack Curley la trying to
pull It off for the Kalamazoo club of Chi
cago and haa received a letter from Ruh
bw 11 Hart. Marvin's manager suggesting
terms to which Curley thinks Schreck will
agree. Schrcck la anxious to meet Hart
and the ret of tha heavyweight toplinera
If this fight l landed for Chicago It is
expected to draw heavily upon the frater
nity from Omaha and other Missouri val
have formed the Independent foot ball
team, and any teams wanting frames should
correspond with H. K. Hates, manager.
The average weight of the team la 1H5
pound. In the game last S-Uurdav with
Nebraska City High school the local team
waa given permlaalon to use the player In
dispute, but did not do ho, so there Is no
reason why foot ball should be abolished In
the school, but the aua?rlnteiident did so
tha first of this week. The Platrsmouth
team defeated the strong Nebraska City
High school team here hist Saturday, 10 to
0., and this Saturday thev will play their
first game ns Independents with the South
Omaha High school. A special train, with
rooters, will carry the bouth Omaha
SIX HOI N US OF FAST FIGHTING
Joe Cathrlght and Jlmnile Mar Quit
with Honors Even.
A fast and most Interesting six-round
bout waa foufrht between Joe OathrlKht
and Jlmmie May before the Osthoff Ath
letic club In Owihoff's hnll Friday nltfht.
The men were evenly matched and at the
close of the fray opinion waa equally di
vided as to who had proven hrmself the
A preliminary fight between Jimmy Camp
bell and Young Courtney was pulled off
and proved a good match.
WITH THE BOWLERS.
The Stors Blue Ribbons won three
straight games from tho Onlnioda last
night at tho Association alleys. The shoe
men raised the 1.0OU mark In the aecond
game, but the brewers rolled their top
game at Just the right time. Three men
passed the 000 mark, with McCague the
best with 6i3. Anderson raised the league
record for a single game to Score:
1. 2. 5. Total.
McCague ajj I'l.i 2M1 t13
Tracy !:! iw. H7 Tift
Kncell 1'5 KK Ml
Forscutt 157 ! 17ii . f.L'l
O. O. Francisco l'i W. 17H 6i
base hall team. All week TCisttne haa been
drilling one thing Into the team, and that
Is to fight. On the Ames campirs but
one thing Is being; considered, and that la
the defeat of the State university. It Is
conceded that Ames haa tha better ma
terial, but It Is necessary that this ma
terial get the fighting ppirit and the de
termination to do or die for the reet of
the year. The South Uakota game la not
looked upon as critical and the team
is confident of winning by a good margin.
Should they spring a surprise a hurry up
call will be made for Jeansen and Reppert
to pull the game out of the Are.
Keynolda (ilvea Mack. Run.
K. C. Mack easily defeated Joyce In the
afternoon game at the Metropolitan by tne
score of 10U to 28. In the evening Reynolds
scored 75 to Mack's S3. This afternoon
Hwanson will be Mack's opponent. Score:
Mack 15 15 13 7 15 15 1-4 t 6 Km
Joyce 0 it 3 7 0 0 1 14 3 28
Referee: V. Jamiaon.
See Sunday Dinner Bargain No. Is, page J3.
LUTHER LEAGUE TO. PRESIDENT
Promlaea to Folnll Doty Oatllaed
br Cklef Executive la
CANTON. O., Nov. !. Just before ad
journing the Laither League of America
ordered this message sent to President
The Lurlier League of America, In con
vention at Canton, O.. appreciates your
high sentiment concerning the Lutheran
church as a vital factor In the relig.oin
development of tho nation. We pledgu our
support of the government In the w ot da of
First Timothy ii,. 1:14.
The sentiment of 'the president to which
reference was made was In substance thai
a fTeat problem confronts- the Lutheran
church of America in helping the number
of immigrants who coma from lands where
the Lutheran faith predominates.
C. J. Francisco..
CINCINNATI. O., Nov. 2-John Oaniel
will play first base for the Reds in 19U7 and
act as. captain of the team. The player
cama to this city today and signed a con
tract, cloning up the negotiations which
began between him and President Herr
mann In Chicago during the world's series.
The terms r.f the contract were not made
public, hullianzel seems pleased with tha
work cut out for him. President Herr
mann and Manager llnnlon expect great
results from him after his success In land
ing a pennant for Grand Rapids this year.
He U a player full of energy and ginger
and will add strength to the Cincinnati in
field. Hla last appearance In fast company
was with the New York Americans.
The Comhuskers will rome to Vinton
Street park next week for a game with
Creighton and Omaha followera of the
gridiron sport will have an opportunity
to see Just how good" the tea.n which rep
resents the University of Nebraska is this
Creighton has been taking on some good
foot ball teams this fall and has been
cleaning them up as they come along.
The Doar.e team has sent word that it
will atop the onward march of the f reign
tonites even If the Cornhuitkers fail to do
it. Creighton plays Amity this week and
the Cornhuskra are now In Minnenpolls
waiting for the hard game with the Goph
ers Saturday afternoos at Northrup Held.
One. of the- wamet foot hall game of
the aeaaon is scheduled for Sunday when
Fort Crook meets the bhanirock . team,
from news ((leaned from the soldiers It !a
understood thuy Intend to give the Irivli
men an unmerciful , "wullopiug." Since
last season the soldiers have looked fur
ward with great Interest to this game, ar
the last one waa lost through default and
did uot exhibit tha true quality of ther.
team. It Is understood t lie new electric
line will run a few special cars to aec.im
nirwiate the crowds from Fort Crook,
Rellevua and aurroundibg sections.
ront Vail Games Wealed.
PLATTSMOrTH. Neb. Nor. lip.
einl ) Fool hall la not off at Plattsnv.uth,
only at the high school, and tha boys that
IcamuuMa Uie former hlah school team
Tho O'Brien Monte Crlstos won two out
of three games trom the Black Kats on the
Metropolitan alleys last irlKhl. Lave prom
ised tho boys a turkey for Thunksgiviiiir
if they won two games. Clark was l.luii
man on single game of the Monte CllrfUw,
Willi a. but (irt tilth beat him out on ti,
tals. with U3. lrlnkwater and Welnier of
the Black Kats were the only ones to reach
thu 6uu mark. lrlnkwater had high slnglu
game, with 227; alio high on totals, with
io9. Scores :
ORRIKN'S MONTH CRISTOH.
1st. 2d. 3d.
tirifiilli ; 11
Kay 4 Ka
Totals 844 71'4 i8 2,r.m
Weimer l. 1V
Cump lf.S 147
Coffey ua i:n
l wis Ill VS2
lulnkmalcr 116 1 2U
...UT7 ?J 1 2,'.!"4
Texaa Uefeata Oklahoma,
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okl., Nov. 2-The
C.wruilv rx T..Y u a l..vu.i i.falc.l I ll.- I -a - '
homa university here this atterinun b'tore
a crowd of 6.U0U people, 10 to . Both teams
were forced to punt tlin ball rv-aledly.
rarli tiani made on touchdown. A drop
kick by yuai lei back McMahoii for Teas
and a place hick by Hughe fur Oklahoma
netted the oilier acorea. An eighty-yard
run by Hendricks of Texas university lieu
tho clote of tha gam a was the let lure.
Antes Team ia Good Sbase.
AMKS, la.. Nov. 2.-(Speclal.) The hos
plial lu-t (if the Allies font ball Lain b
without a name at present. ulthouli. tu ;
me'i, Jeansen and ivept ert win hm'i b- .
pluved in the South I,ik.ila game Satin-day !
unless their preseni la abeulutely no ea- .
Mry lo winning the game. Hut, I. old and !
Knox will be at Hi" quarter JrfjMtlnn audi
Wiilits will play fullback. The latter is a j
former Orluutll piau and a catcher on tha
Kvery dt'partment offers ' bargain " for thrifty shopiirra.
Imperial Smyrna Rug (36x75
, in.), best quality worsted, re
versible, giving two wearing
surfaces Instead ot one, easily
cleaned, heavy and durable,
rich colors, choice designs,
usual price $5.50; Saturday'!
Kocker, similar to cut, substan
tially made and well finished,
large full sUe, regular price
$3; Saturday's pries. .81.65
Cake Turners, polished steel
with oak or ehnnlzed handles,
your choice of three different
patterns, Saturday for. . . .3
Pokers, all steel, nickel plated,
told handles; a good strong
poker that has always been
cheap at 10c; Saturday . . 5
Swiss CurUtns, very fine fig
ured Swiss with extra full
hemstitched ruffle, usual
price $2.50; Saturday's price,
per pair ' $1.25
7 to 9.30 .
Picture Frame (like cut), rolled
gold plate, will retain flnlbh,
has adjustable back with t ascl
for standard; these havo
dainty colored pictures, easily
riruoved, allowing, the 6ubf.il-
' tution of other pictures should
you desire; square and oval
frames, usual price EOc; Sat
urday evening 25
0HCHARD a WILHELM
CARPET CO. Djias?ii
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