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Tim OMAIIA DAILY. HEE: TIIHiSDAY. XUVEMBEH i:). -IMG.
BURNS AND O'BRIEN DRAW
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W heerins rmffr wm
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It in Biu't. My
Fbiid1phia Van Mtki Pcr Ebowin?
Early, but B&lliti Sear the End.
by the nor of :; to IT. Tit I,von lv
cl' iily outclassed the Blair Ixiys In teaei
work and nil round playing. Th" one
rial feature of tie game was the Individual
of Forw irt icoM.lns. A" a urta'n-rnlF-r
to h" big nam'' th Lyons High
school leant defeat, the Liberty iim hy
tor score of 1? to 1. Referees: White and
JAMES J. JEFFRIE0 ACTS AS PEFEREE
.Men Insist on Fighting In llnche.
I He Has tirrat ItllH
!) In Meparatln-;
Mil at (he time prellinliuirv work Is dour i .aaew - , .asaaT--. V" ) J HT
! r.ltrsittiso n Nebraska state league CnnM ' T . TT Y 1 V SA 1 7T " V ( I f 1
Asmatwi. . 1
BnddrtBr, t C
Ycu Can Trust Ths People-They Know W They Want. J
OVER 5,000,000 BOTTLES SOLO ANNUALLY
And the increMinf each year leav do non
to qmumton tne m wkim of the people'a
uaone of a uonfB BmeU;.
Lock for the Bell on tht Bottle.
&Ch 50e. H l. aoteai.
THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MED. CO. Pidacah, Ky.
5 is -
(rnnil fere Two Fnrlce Win
! WAPMIXOTOV. Nov. :v-A M '"''I
I mv, Hip nup mi IWinln. Only two tuvot
I ltf. won. In the rumno ru- lrlem loy
tlnl5b"(1 wnmi, hwil of Siilli" K. a w. n
! )Imv1 favotlif, but who tllJKiualllled for a
I mill, th-' Anr bring Ulyr-n to nino in.
1 with Yurl.iienr tMni. rhr fifth i. i
won bv Motor her nl to .V Tit i! Knlht.
UUS Nov. V. I he , favnritV in "the ll rvenl r,f the ll1. wa , )
' twf nt v-rmin1 IikIiI lifiwr.-n O BtlMi and ) Ir-rt tndtnir nt (lit'imvt. VolurlHy. barkrrt j Klanc'li
i Bum for the I.ohvjt Xnht clwniplunahli , .fr," f- 1I Vifc. Br.!.,'U.''i:i iH!!.Zn" '
derlareil ill- . t tlir eml of the PI,.r (ll'rlnnin ('oinnihln com"": KU- j La lnituc
iwotilleth roimJ. I hn won, I moi-fll sn.mil. Alnx llufscll
third. Tlnie: .. 1 :17. I l ota la
Srrond race, i.-ml'lrn. '.'-yrmolflo. one milo. I
Columbia rnnr: t4inlili t'ortrr won, pMlly
h wroim. iirniiirnrf ttiirn. i imr:
Thlrrt ra.-o. firth Plxlr. milr ftml pU fur
lonif. old onui-He: Holchr won, Twvannrs
H I I'll TIIK BUWI.KRS,
tin th Jlrtrtiiiolliiin nllryo 1ot tildht tlio
fl"tt)fs tiHk all tliriH' pjiinn o Irom ilia
Kl niirlilloK. llrs.'llii mill I.m linnr i ( uir
Kalotuffo wrrr hleh on ImIhIm tIUi sHi nn h.
H.wlin niitbifl lneh oinuli L:in-ii. will:
HIlllllllO WHO tlll ulily our on tin i.l I
t audi lion to howl a t(i, i. cmni k-iMiib
a totrtl of ,",.i7. I'MpiMin Jn" vrrlalitiy
dolntf tlir liiioiii'i with bio lam thlo
yrar and llodrm.in ruyo St. liouis .jrr, If
you have to walk. tVirio:
FlKlit tty Hvando.
Houml 1 C'Biirn vlhirhnl otlfr ft b-ft
I hh d mid proiJ-ainl when Horns krpt both
hiinrlo wovitinK iluiliis ihr clinch. ti'Urlffii
olnimrrrd Hurnn with r Kft hook and tnry
.n....hrwi n-itriin rnnhr.l wiih n rlehr J ?rroi.u. .i-mrniK th in. umr: a.i'-R.
I booh, which wno IiIih-rh1. Hurno w ! F'otirth raco, 2-y.:ar-oldo. olt furlon, fo
! lile.tiiiK at thr iiohc whnn thr round c1o(d, luniblu roiiroc: T tnnirrnne won, oi k alio
with lltti- ndvimlnpc for rltner. Tin; round lJly occoml. T-d ilili-d. Time: l:1V.
nno tut her tHnf ' Fifth nice, maiden. ?,-yrar-old and up-
f Koiinn Hiirtm liind.d a left to 111.' ribolw-'ird. onr nillr, Columbia couror; Kii!
unit noiiultoit u llrirn oavmri lv. urolestliiK: I Henry won, .Mnialcr rcor.il. Watrr 1, rarer
READY FOR tlNCV PLAYERS
I Hi 1 1 la n l h frame against riitcacn n hr did
irre weekn piwloui acxlnot Minnesota.
I Kck-mull tried frequently to tln le Joh.i
, i son, hut was downrrl every lime. The co!-
J-enrasna Oridiron warriors in SLape for'ored injy'o good work' won him a piuce on
tlo&iDC Contest. 11 io oi.-cotid all-weHtrrn elrvrn in most of
i j the ClilCi'gJ ne-wopiipers. Jolir.Huti was tho
ONLY TWO CRIPPUS ON THc SICK LIST J wl . -N''"-a?ka playrr tliuo orlreied.
J "V Sn enter l.lot
llke and thnlnapkn Will .ot He In j .lht' a'jrJ,i of "N " "is by th
I .t uiiifKu ixjjni win not ue toimiiiiy inane
j until .1int beCjlc thu liuildny ncatlon. al
I lliontili i'l is dellnittly known Ihut the fol-
I.lneup, but the Tram
l.uwka far tlelory titer
lib Ion in.
I.I.VCUUN. Nov. r. The finul piooiaa
liuns of the Nel.msk.i t'oniliuskcij. for the
laat act of llu loot bull draimi ol' have
been tlu; anlUlic'lo of ntrrnuoolly. for the
fiupilM of Con eli Foster, in geitlnit' icudy
fur the Thanktrivlns Hay bouL wllh Cin
cinnati university, have mostly gone
through the notions of primping for u pink
lea. Tin, piacUtr baa buen Just as Unlit
H Foolrr could limine bow to nwlln it. Tu
lieilin with, the co-iimon eonceptlon in Ni
bruska ciielt o of tin Cbn-innuli nt;s:t'Krition
i that tin: CoriilniFkci'H are Kolnp to play
ring around the visitors and anything I'-j
than a, -M-to-u k'oic in Nebraska's favor
will prove a distinct iiisHiliiuiieiU to the
pioU-K' of Foster mid their uportra.
The cloee light iVe C'incinniitl i levon gave
the Carlisle Indiano last Saturday threw
um thing of a oeare into the Nebraka
camp, but It has developed th'e.t the Cir.-i-innut!
nuinapenn nt rak"d the country with
a fine tooth emn'j and Hiimmoncd veer,in
gtnra from a hulf dozen institutions u aliue
Into their lini up umiinal the iiunted led
men. Kvrn with tins' nil-star usKrcgation,
the Carlisle InavcH walloix-d Cincinnati Id
to , and. therefore, it la illtfioult to figure
where Cincinnati lias a rhaiice to win the
turkey day game with only legitimate siu
dents In the lineup.
Weanwhil'j Manager Kug'r of Nebraska
1 aa taken rare that the Cincinnati team will
contain only iionn. J"nle Cincinnati piny. vs.
lie has wired to-Cincinnati that the visitors
niuat tirlnar a 'list of players, fully rti(lel
tf by the authorliles of the Ohio Institu
tion. Two Men Out.
''each Poster, however. lm been 1utl Hied
In ellnginic to the easy practice procrnni,
in which scrininiasing Is itjinplctcly
fc.b-.KMx2. Two of hia r-f;:ilarM came home
ftorn the Chlcairo Ri-nie nur.-ing injuries
lljat will preclude their appearance In the
lina! game, Wilklc, center, sustniiied a
(linlocnte.l shoulder, and Chaloupka, guard,
wrenched hia knee M M-ver-dy in tai kliiiK
l-Jekeraall. the Chlcaeo captain, that he
v 111 be forced to hobble about with a eatie
for at leant two weeks. Johnson, the vit-t-ruri
nrjro end. hao a lame ankbi, but
tin re Is v. lniyt bone that he will be able
to jdny Tl ank.' plving. Cha!oiiika'a place
v bft -ruatil will be taken bv Schmidt,
ub i:nil and llall'Uick Ifarvev will play
ei"it-r. and Taylor, the big nero, will till
1o1ik thirteen players nre booked to g-t
1 lit tors: Mni-on, Hive, Taylor. Wllke, Har
vey, Chaloupka. Matters, Johnson, Cooke,
Schmidt. Craig. Welter nnd Little. Par
ticipation In at bast a lull half of either
the Minnesota, Kansa or Chicago games
Is a requisite sharing in the distribution
of few eat era.
The Nebraska captaincy is to be acttleJ
In Decern her by vote of t h" thirteen "N"
men. Little und Welter, the regular lialf
I'Htko, are the candidates for the honor.
UOK AMI I HHItiliPOX AT IXTO
Tn ii I.iu4 Ten mo Will bnil foot Bnll
Urnniin In OniMha.
The scene ut Vinton street pal k Thursday
al'trinoon promises to be one long to be re
numbered as a fH'ing culmination of the
reason's success under the n w 'rnlee. The
game has been opened up to a mtirked de-gii-e
and those who hitve enjoyed the game
In days past can llnd little fault with H as
plnjcil uinb r the new rules. Instead of the
senseless piling up of player nt nil Union
us was the ease under old rules, the game
Is more open and all can see what la going
on nt nil llinco. Creighton and Doane will
both iiuve a. goodly supply of roters on
hand to make the welkin ring and each
leant should be able lu give the rootcrB
sotm lhlnc to jubilate nv-r. Creighton uni
versity stands united Imi-k of Its team and
thi' feeling of suuport i a grout -help to a
Iran. Donae. also will bae a team In the
lleia I'1 !(. to be re'konrd with.
Tie i-cighton-Donne ga.ine.murka the
closv of the loca.1 foot ball Heason. Thla
contest pi-omlses to be a. lltttng culmlnn
tlon f the weak of tin; local gridiron war
riors, for they have been working hard of
late nnd the list of "Tipples has been en
tirely wiped out. -Captain Innpher wllf
be f-i-n iu bis old powlilon at tHcklc nnd his
jiri-oi-nee will greatly strengthen the live,
iKiih on offense and defense. Monday
nighl saw the last aerlmniage work of the
year. The practice was fust nnd both the
'varsity and reserve warmed Up to their
task In fine shape. The squad was larj
and every one was given a chunc". Jurlj;
Ing from the showing made, lb? t-vim
wlib li lines up ai:a.i'isi the Lio.in" Tigers
Thursday will be stronger than any Cuv-jhiiM.-.li
has bad In the Held this ye.ir.
It' ports from Crelo Indicate that JKiane
x I avion nothing undone to round into
perfect sbupr and is coining down to win.
in evrrv game it heo played this y:ir
Its work has displayed gametics and It
lias fought lor every Inch. A comparison
with their Omaha opponents shows no ad
vant, -ige eUhcr way as regards weight and
noi ll elevens employ uie open siic in pciv
third. Time: 1 :t'V.
. Kixth race, ta iling. 3-y sl -olds, mile and
a furlong, old eoiiroe; Voladay won, Jilue
Uuch second, Cbnlfonte third. Time: 1:59.
PAN FltANCISCO, Nov. J. ieulls ut
I-Trot rai-e. futuritv coutse: Tavora won,
AvoiiHliB secoud, btuita Kay third. Time;
rw-cond luce, elj furlongs: Lam. F. M.
won. Yellowstone sexonfl, Sharp Boy third.
Third race, five furlong: Cankiue won.
Furze second. Cotno third. Time: 1:01i.
Fourth moe. mile and h sixteenth: Jack
full won. Itrarskln second, Iras third, 'time:
Mfth race, one mll: f'restlge won. To
ralo second. Military Man third. Time:
Sixth race, six furlongs: Whisky King
won. Delaga tecond, I'm Joe third. Time:
1:1 s. . ,
NKW ORLEANS. Nov. 2R. Results at lair
First race, six rurVmBs: L. S. B. won.
Judge Bun-ouglT swound, Gold Circle third.
S'-cond race, live nnd a half furlongs,
nrlllne-: Miso Frr1o won. Pulque f coiid.
Bniinri .VP.nno nut. li"hl to bodv. KUrn9 ! Veil:inf i MrH Time: if.'.
t'Kig lert In slomeen. 1 1 rtrlen missed ngnt Third race, seven furlongs: T'ln Star
swing nnd they clinched, tie danced awny j won. Mortiboy sn:nnd, Spider Web thlitl.
but returned to plant striilght b ft to jaw. Time: IV.v
Thcv exchnnged right leads to jaw. and Fourth race, five furlong: t olloftuy won,
O'Brien took stiff left to Jaw that brought Ie Oro toeond, Sir Toldlugton third. Time:
blood. Burns chased O'lirlen mound the , ,,
ring and thev rushed Into a clinch. Burns i Fifth race, five Hnd a half -furlongs, sell-
. . - a I . ftti . u .. vitil. ttl .1111 urid men ifinfl
nut r rht and left to trie race, t.i ciricn ing: . .o.iuru won. em t imnrre -
as Jeffrie" separated them. Jeffrie pep-
I nrntrd anoihci- clinch with dtfiictilty.
O'Brien put two lefts to the Jaw and Burns
i was hissed for :tempting to hit - In a
clinch. O'Brien put a hard lert to the
stomach. O'Brien landed two stiff upper-
tits and left -and right to the sdlr ot the
head. Burns holding on last. Burns seemed
to lose bis head ami went into a clinch.
The round was strongly O'Briens', who ap
peared to have taken the measure of his
opponent, an'l socmen very comment. i
. Hound S Burns was eager and landed a
light. l"ft to the body. O'Brien hooked I
right on held and left to body. Bound j
nosed wnn t.tmis Holding ami u tirien
seemingly the. weaker.
Barno lilt In a Clinch.
Hound 4 Burns was hissed for hit ling in
a clinch. He attempted to reach O'Bvten'a
ear as they wre closely hacked together.
O'Brien put tight to shoulder. Burns
ducked stratgnt left and they clinched. As
they wcr oepartited Burns put right hook
to Jan. O'Brien cleverly escaped from n
cornrr. They exchanged right and left
hooks.- O'Biien missed stiff upperrut as
the gong sound'd. The -round whs rath'r
tame, with a great deal of clinching.
countered with rlpht without damage.
Burns took' thie stiff straight rights to
Hi. (a - IVUfl. n latiHeH n 1'icht hliok AS
tn. nine ... united Tlie round was by fa i i malt Is t bird. Time:
ltrLencT': had rf?er: I gTVDICM'S TAKH 1 OVER ATHLKTIC1
T-utYi third. Time:--1 Ti.
Sixth race. mlle and an eighth, sebirg:
Florlzol won, o!den Mineral seconck llui-
-iousiy oeen lac.aiug. auu cot- e'unn
slightly in his favor.
Bound Burns, wnn n oonu mm ,.,.1r .Hr a. Reslan
eves eager, continued to follow his mnn . rncnMr Membere Jo Resign.
Biwund the ring. O'Brien missed a straight ! M I N NBA i'OLIS, Nov. 2S.-John Ctleason.
left and they clinched. Burns taunted j student president of till Athletic Board of
O'Brien, asking hint to tnn and ngni. control ot tne itntverstiy nas recpiesco me
Minnesota Roar4 ot Control Aska
lot. Jd. :t.l. Total. !
I'm If. ''.: .."j
1.' l! pr,
i;r :'.v. t;s inn
Pui hiv in
p.? jj" :;i Mo
Mil ts s.771
1st. 2.. :!d. Total.
i;t i: i,!i 4)i
, ir.7 Itii I V", 4;.,
ll"-' 111 1-''l "''I
177 14:; i:t". Ins
S4 '.' ix Pi ."k7
: 7-'S 2,'VW
Base llallloto I'lsy foot Rail.
The Dunham A- Dunham base ball team
and the Tigers will play a game ,,r tool bull
on the Tige'V ground Thanksgiving morn
Ing at VI o'clock. The following is the
Psuali' I V-O' Connor
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Mtalllon Axworthy Hold.
NKW YORK. Nov. IS.-Tho cli. suiul
Ftalllon. Axworthy, famous as the aire 01
more than fcrty trotter 01 th" '.':'.! 1 class,
won sold to William tiimpson of the Lm
plr? City farms. Cuba. N. V.. at the Madi
son Square auction sale loduy. .Mr. Simp
son's final bid was fJ1,mn.
BKAC'KLETS Frenr., 15 h and Uodtie.
DIAMONDS-Fremor, Kth ond Dodse.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
(loadr Toilay In Nebraska. Warmer
In Cast Portlon.Hala or Mnun
and Colder Tomorrow.
AND "THE BEST."
BOTTLED IN BOND
PURITY AGE STRENGTH
Look for the word "RYE" in red on label.
(nui nt l""rl
Rilev Bros.'s Co., Omalu
Caiarrotts Cure Catarrh
of tht head, no-,, throat, bronchial tubes, luugg or stomach.
Calarretts tone th general syBtem and lmrtfy tlie bligid of the catarrhal
jiolion, proiluciuj a perfert rciroTsry.
Catarretts are sold at auy of the following siort, who will fladly
refund th tnoppy If yon are not mure than pleased with results.
rioHKC buy and try a packa.gr. at
ICHAtmi'S CUT VKIOB BITII CTOKZa, Cur. I6U1 ami c'hleago t,
Omahs; N. W. Cor. J4tU and N Sts, S'mth Omalu: Cor. iUi and Main Sts.,
l.Ollll'-ll '"WW ii "I, IS,
JOHN ITOtBT, ?4 N. 1th 8L
WAt-IfUT KII.Z. PBLAXMACT, 40th
and Cuming Hts.
CHEEK'S HAEMACT, Cor. Park
Ave. and i'm inci bt.
8. KrsTCK :M'h and Fainani S's.
BE I.I. stuff CO., I.'IH larnsra St.
J. H. MECHAHI, C01. ltu and
CHAS. H. BrBAQUE, Benson.
O'Brien kept away and Burns repeated
the operation. They clinched. -. O'Brien
trotted licles about his opponent, ocmsion
allv leading. The crowd displayed dissatis
facttonand urged O'Brien to fight. Burns
phi. -1 ted his left three times to the head
as the gong sounded.
O'Brien Appears Worried.
Hound 7 Burns attacked savagely, land
ing rights and letts mat uin no ,''. ,t,nit (h. otr f.iiy m.inl- f clrnlr
Burns continued in use ins nanus u. P ditl n committee. Now Bi of.
clinches. OHilen wmi'-'i ngni auo a . ., ri4l ,ir,-sident of the Big Nine
conference and 'Minnesota representative
i-esia-natlon of two faculty meinbero ftoni
committees of the hoard and In their places
narvsi student members.
This action was taken hy the president of
C-e b ,n-d to bnng to a he-ul the cj'I-Ui
of whether the faculty or the students
should control athletic affairs. For years
It has been the custom for the president
10 nnnolnt as chairman of the ticket com-
mil tee one of the laculty members and to
left hook, evidently with snot power,
Burnr showed atmuy tp uucr . on s . eonferenee. has lieen forced to re
Burns again invited o Bncti to .i... ..,mmi,i. rw v
fight. He landed a straight left to tho
chest and a fight to the peck and they
went Into a clinch. Burns landed several
light kidnev blows, but they were not well
.aken bv the crowd. O'Brien landed a
icrt hook to the Jaw. O'Brien appeared
much more worried than his opponent and
the effectual blows landed throughout the
ro"nd were largely (n Burns,- favor.
Round S Burns put left to bead and
rlirht to Jaw. It p.lmost swept O'Brien off
his feet. Bums chased his man around
the ring, attempting to win In a rush.
O'Brien nut a. short rigbt Jab to the c hest.
Thev clinched amid prolonged hissing.
O'Sriim put right uppercut to chin. O'lirl-ib
spat Mood freely and dining this round
kept awav as long as b" whs able. Burns
finally stood still and waited lor him to
come Into range. Buuis displayed unex
n -cied asil'.ty In slipping under 0'l.rlen's
le-id.' Burns was always the nggressoi.
O'Brien l making a poor showing.
Round -P Burns met O'Brien In the lal
ter's corner with savage rights to the Jute
snd tliey clinched. O'Brien kept away.
Thev rut-feed into another clinch. Jeffries
broke them with difficulty., Hums with
right for the ribs was short, but laimedi
atelv afterward landed a. stift right to tho
head. He landed a right on O'Brien's lace,
which wes covered with blood. Lurils was
trylns to land a knockout blow. irBrlen
put 1 right hook to chin, nnd Hums, after
blocking a left uppercut. received two light
hooks on the lc!t side of the head. Tho
round, thr. ugh Burns' escjerncss to attack,
was his. O'Brien appeared somewhat dis-
u Lu ien a
sign from the ticket committer. Knf. W.
K. Brook, the othe facultv niem'w-r, was
else, forced olT he auditing committee.
This ac tion takes Hie management of the
athletic expenditures practically out of the
bands of the fat-iilly representatives of
the board. Tlie Athletic board alfo wnt
on record as fa voting Thames In the Blc
Nine conferenco -rules to the effect that
eight foot, ball g.-HJK Instead of five be al
lowed tiext season, and that the three
viar eligibility l'tllr be nofi-retroactlve as
to men on the tnms lw?ore the reform
rules were passed last winter, .
, , -ifrt . .
IMSW. TBOTT1M. . ASSOCIATION
Organlsatioa ' of Breedera Will filve
Kxhlbltlou of ' Harness Animals.
NEW. YORK. Nov.- At a meeting to
day ot mmv horsemen, presided over by
H. K. DevaretaN ol' lMe-ele.iwl, O., it was
deckled lo form lalt organization . to Is;
called tho American Association of Trot
ling Horse BreedetSi The avowed ob.1':l
of the bodv Is -tile uplifting of trotting
snort, nr.d with this .end In vlow 4t was
WASHINGTON, Nov. :.-Fotfccal uf Lie
weather for Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska Cloudy Thursday, warmer
In the east purlieu; Friday, rain or snow
For IuWh J'artly cloudy and. warmer
Thursday; Friday, lain or snow.
For Missouri-Partly cloudy Thursday
showers In west portion; Friday, pjrtiy
For South Dakota Rain or rnuiv Thurs
day; Friday, snow and i-olilcr.
For Knns:i serial 11 Thursday; Friday fair.
For Colorado Fair, colder Thursday ex
cept snow in the mountain districts; Friday
Fr Wyoming Fair in east, snow In west
pot Hon; Thursday, colder; Friday, fair,
OFFICE OFTHEWRATHF.K I: F BEAU.
OMAHA, Nov. 2M. Official record of I. ni
perature and precipitation, cempsred with
the corresponding day of the (hsi three
years: I!., lCo. HOI. X:vi.
Maximum tenipiM-aturc .. Ki ii ;
Minimuin temperature ... IT, Ii 3i ;:t
Mean temperature "2 ::! 44 4d
rre ipltatiun T T ,W ."0
Temperature and preclpttaHoii departures
from the normal at Omaha since .Mann 1,
and compurlfiors wl'h the last two years:
Kxoess for tlie day .....y Ii
T'ttal exc--s8 since . Match 1 'M
Normal precipitation y! tnh
DrHciein y for the. day... ' ,u3 ltn H
Ti.tsl rainfall since March 1 a. 01 inches
Deficiency since Marc h 1 -i.l" inches
Dellclency for cor. period. Iftio. l.W Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, l'Xl. I.l'i inched
Reports from Stations at 7 I'. M.
TS rati -MEN
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Station and State
at 7 p. 111
decided to hold an annual horse fair in 1 .Cheyenne, clear
utmost cxoliiHivoi.-. uoane puis u;. a strong j ,,.P!WN, Woen the gong eouuded
. o n. 'or n, 1-r .id ...o 1. " m . o su.'ii T! ! eye w as budly cut
iO'r:Kt:ison it is :-iie to prcslicl that tie
lie won or lost
gaii.c 011 turkey day win
only by n natvow margin
Miirrlii t. F. H K
Met '01 mick
Laiuphi' r ...
. Il.T, L IC
.y B.i y.B......
L.H ' B.M....
It H. I. II....
. F. B." F.B
in :t righl suard. The rest ot tire Nr.
brasku lineup is intact. M01 gimthiiler ...L.T. H.T.
'11 1., CornliiisL-nm I,...,,.. f,.. 1-1,1 Hleedoin L.!'H.ti.
e.u.i better satlslt-d wllh their accom
plishments, than the score ir.i-.jht indicate.
Coach Foster said:
"Coach Ptngg und nil of the Chhr.u.j
players gave us credit for playing a hard
gatiie. KckeiHall's marvelous goal kli-klnt;
put. us completely out of it, but In all otli.v
respects it wus ;t close conlest. Chlcugo
sciired three touchdowns, one of which was
Hie result of n Pie-ysrd rutr by Pteffen on
:i pi.iy thnt was largely a fluke. There was
Vothing scratchy about Nebraska's . one
toucliduw 11, while we forfeited a splendid
chance f ir another by fumbling within th
(ift'-en-jard line after we had been gjl
loplng ahead for good gains. With LVk'-r-srill's
five drop kicks ellinlnuted. the final
result would have Wen In doubt. Lcker
aull, who seldom plays a foot ball came
without pulling off a series of sensational
tuns, was downed en. y time h. s:.y.d
to carry the bill and his hesi nain was for
ten yards. I Insist that Ncbinska was far
from dletaced "
Johnson. Nebraska's leu end. played us
the north, south, -vast and wc of this
ci-untry In successive years. An exeeutue
committee was appointed and it will dncft
a co:ititi.lion and bvlaws for the oiganiaa
1 ion. TI.e a.ssocia tin will ts Incorporate.',
probably under llio laws of Virginia. The
following offlcerswcre elcx-tcd at the meel
1'iosldent. Senutor 3. W. Bailey. Texas;
firsi vl'-e pi-eic)erit. W. R. Allen. St. L "d;
seoo; d vici, president, L. V. Harkness. ICn-
...!U-' led - SM-Vetarv. II. K. Ie'erco.u. I Salt Lake City. pt. c loudy
1 1 " 1 , alentine.
l-.,.,.il,'i. .o'nimlttee Sterling R.. Holt . 1 Willlstoti. clear
l innicaies tmc-e ni inc. iniiaiu n
to - tne tace. 1 i,,i,pson. Maine: !i. N. tltiin. .vw HrKi :
h. wllh B.jriis u j. Dovereaux. - "hlo: F. M. Martdiali,
Kama lilts In llueb.
Round la B-irns continued his rushing
tnetics snd O'Brien slirnwd in vicious
swings. Burn hit hard in a clinch. They: Indiana: William It. Allen. Missouri; J. M.
exchanged straight lefts
i O'Brien la id on in a eilnc
Davenport, pan cloudy
Huron, cloud v -
Kansas CltV. cloud v ....
North-Plane, cloudy ...
j Omaha, cloudy
liapid City, ch ar
I St. 1. jiils, ch ar
! St . Paul, cleii r
THE RELIABLE SPECIALISTS
rT PAYING THE PE JALTY.
Kver thing' has to have a befjitinirg. and oue of the. moat prolific souic.l of
the diseases and weaknesses, so prevalent among men is the result of ignor
ance. In C8rly life or neglect or improper treiitinent. Some nu n through ignor
ance of the eoiiseipionci a which are sure to follow 111 gleet o,- Improper treat
ment consider their allnurts trifling and rely upon patent medicines, di-iirf-gisto
and unskilled doctors, who offer ch?-ip treatment, in nil effort to secure
relief, snd. consequently, their dbecase rmckes uuch periods 'Inroads upon the
nervous system that It Incapacitate them for the physical and mental duties
of life, and the patient puys dearly for his occ-nomy and poor Judnni 'lit in Hie
selo-tion of attendance and treatment. ...
We rure safely and thoroughly Nervous Debility, Rectal and Kidney liis-'
eases and "II dle:. "nd Vi-u.kiietscn of men dip: to neglect, ignoian -c or
the result of specific Utsvasco.
Free CoDSJllitlon and EiiininatJon-rteoe m. 'itV'l
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
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L. A. V.'i;t.SH. Local Forecaster.
-'iiinnio ' landins on his back, where a pink plaster Illinois: R. '.: Kstlll. - Kentucky : C. W.
Hronson . adorned D'Brlen. O Hrlen s'-cmed to h" l.mrll,
.... . Bates
1 1 art well
Massachusetts; Paul U. ilsoid
leaning grcggilv ihi BuriiH' shoulder. It'-' Wisconsin; W-.. O. - Bennett. West Mrainiii.
straightened Burns with a right uppercut. j .. j .
He took a bard right on the kidneys. ; ttltRICAX ASt4tKIATIO TU MEET
O'Brien poked Bynis with two striight ; '
lefts at long range, for the llrst time uHug , ..'- .. .
a lead that has always ih-oii his style ol ; nireetora W III Probably Refer Keller
ba'tlc. lie repeated the blow OS the gong: Case to Delegates.
sounded. Burns stood with disgust m j MlLWAl'KKK. 1 Nov. President
the center of tho ring. I josenli O. O'Brien 'of the American Base-
Round U-Hurii panned his way across , . ,,av rtsu.l a call for ti
tls- ring. He met O Btlcn in a clinch. ; r ( meeting of that body at the Grand ,
ii.lno' las bunds whenever opportunity af-I ', . . ... ..... ., .-.i,i... u,.nHav rim-ei-oh- i
the most exciting and evenly matched ; forded. Barns took a straight left and also ' T,llf, ,,..'tli.g wll' precede a bu!ns ,
ioiiuee. i Ii.) nl:i.. -it In lid uiMllin, 11... i ..-A I..O. ... ,1... II.. uir.ii's -w ." ,,
7,: . ...... . s . ...... pi vim ris'.ii mio i.i." .wv.. ... ; n.- ih hoard Ol Clireccoir, cmini
U.sievaii liiilversny team last evening d- ' continued to rush O'Br.ro. landing two, 11 (,V, 'JVheau to consider tne cas-?
lei.t. d the HnmlHildi Athletics in a gaum . straight lefts ai d taking a ailff it-ft In I i S i K"l - Mil S-cr-tary I"d.
oi i.asK.-i nail nt tlie oii.-ra bouse bv n ,i,- ...n ,..ii o llil.-n iumii alonir the , ,..,, ,1
popes, but tailed to scape two light lefts, i . "charged with conspiracy against :
They clinched. O'Brien its... e.i away, then , ,. ', ,iBrt.r(.e Owens during tlie last,
closed in sfter Burns had planted ll left ' ThP. ,.,s' w's taken up bv !) ;
hook to the face. O Brlen landed a stiff commit nud referred tuck for
uppercut as they clinched nnd put ' ",,,.. ,. ti pkelv that the association, as
straight lelt to the fad as they separated. ','"h . i, railed to consider the sub- !
Burns ducked a i-tt icaci. t naer tne t .. . . hoard of direc tors and the I
Wesleana Win at Hum bold t,
score of 3a to 4. The houte was crowded
to the limit and considerable cut hipilnsm '
prevnileil. The p a in were evenlv iiuiched i
.mi would Is- dlrHciilt to divide wlii- h i
did the better work only as tho wore shows I
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. r i is I'i'sr: jsa.iii j: m
I .-f l -f TI..1 .1-.!.. . ... .. V
I ,.r ataf
.,1 I. .ft U M.l t IhI
Mirth I'lalte Honlrri AA lu. : nisrhiar blue light. O Brien s visage wus a ': . , ". .n.. i,MUiif n this rneeting.
NORTH i'l.ATTK.- Nil... N..v. '.'V-iRik-'- i ghastly sight- J-rries' white uhlrt v.as ; n1111 '
.stall The N.Mib Plait.- Iw ling t.am went I bloodied from shoulders to cifTs, owing to-: Fort Omnnn-Dlets Game,
n. l.xli.gt..ii Frlda ;.i..; dcf-aied the team '. his liiterf.-renee in the elim-bes j . i-.muha' team will tmMle Willi
of t'uut pla.e by u score of I.eiJ lo H- und L'-Burr.s puts led tlBilen over r Th f ott 'n'"n 1 an' ' ' B,
Satmdny ,-vcning tl..- liom- l-a,n defeated ! the rlna and landed left on the face Hejll.e We a rah.ve taaved "le game
the c!oth--tihi-,rg t.-am nt the Lamlgraf . recpicstad O'Brien to break after a cllni h. Prk. ni lie sn'nlers n" i
Si-ole ol' ' 1K: to Cll.riei'S enow n,ei nurns laee hh lliry hiui " io ..r iliereli..
'O'Brien, and again he protested. Burns live strength of the- three t.an s ion
-'la mi. el a left to the ribs nr.d a right to 'Benson of 7"'- la m-m bei of
I the face. Burns booked a light I'M t to the .he Diets AJ .."tic HL
- , .." ".. '.""' V. ,'i r..i fullhck.
nmn HroilllO III!' rill. II H nil m ill. T III ll' .ii' . .w... ....
lashina two up"iculs to Bums' chin, called at P
Bui us was compelled to do by far the most
Trail. , H
TI.-S.-ll.. , ,.. ..
... n, .v, i in .in w. w .
elt.li ever I. Alie, f.lvr. onei
lirllli.Ni 1 1 . .- . . ... i
NOT Bt lt 4ll
ItKLi; SAJIHI.i: A.iire.. Dn,t.-;
Ir". .it i ,.i 1 ..il.i.1,.,.111,.,1,.11,.1 v
"lViT.ai aljaaiwiii -gl
Some Treated for $5.03 a Menth
10 Day's Treatment $2.00
(The above prices Include only plain,
aiTple disease;, but not special illsvase.
and disorders of men.
In all curable diseases of men for the
smallest charg-eM possible INCtaUSUft
n-vicaji."., xtuMi sav aia lor a com-
tlete ure on EAST TEKMS AWB SXAXiXi FATMEBTS.
I feel that diseases of men can and should be cured for a price that would corie
npond with the iiaturu of the case and tho amount ot work and time it would take to
r. ake a cure.
EQUAL JUSTICE AMD A SQA7ABE B-EAX. TO ALL IB MY MOTTO..
Mm nr afl n Sl V T is one of the oldest and most reliable, specialists, of
WlOt-mlth tri 30 TEAM EXFIKIBNCE In the treatment of nil
111 V Vjiilj I V di.oasa and disorders of men. L yDAAS IN
OMAHA. His remarkable succeua, fair ucaiiiii; and
clean record entitles him to the confidence of ull men.
Over Thirty Thousand Cases Have Oeen Cured
hviaptom blank, alual.le book for inou. It t'lls all. Write to uie all about your
ailments. IT'S ALL FRI-fc- Treatment by mall.
mice hours all day and to S;.'io j. m. Sunday. It to 1.
Call or write. Box 7ti. ofliuo .'li Suuth Fourteenth Street, Omaha, Neb.
The Purchasing Power of Thousands of R-jr.1 nf TI1C RFF
Prosperous Western Families is Found Udlia Ul I lid DLL
FOE THE BLOOD
The demand for S. S. S. lias rtearlll inrrrased ptneo it was first placed
on the market until il ia now recognized a grcattst of all blood purifiers.
It has tvon its way to success because IT CUftES DISEASE, and
there are few homes where "S. S. S. for the blood" is not a household saying.
As the Mood is the very life of the body, iumri. hing and .supph-iny btrensth
.v. ...wj iv, w,. vu.iv. iu ouiuc luim u m u 1 1 iu loiuiw wuen ii wwaits contani
Phe game will be
leading, and as tb"y separit'-d from a Lltherland
clinch Burns swung O'Brien from lilin Willi Miller ......
a pr a rent illsgust at his tactics. Uouoi's ' Ptambaugh
even. jO'Kelly ....
( HHKU WINS t RtlSS.t Ol TRV RU i Mcleod
I'rnnaylianla Is Second, Massacha
aetta Third and Xmlf i'oirlli,
PRIM KTON..N. J.. Nov. ITS. -Corn. 11 won
the lm ri-ollegialf i-ro.-s country run today.
td. Kczeraa, Acue, Tetter, Boils, l'imples and the various skill aflettions i d."f,"i:'," lVensytvaiiU. Yale. Hsrv.m.
due to an over-acid and imi.ure blLl-sutinlv r!,?, 'JlX,,, WW. 1"
ocioiuta, v-uronic sores aua LicersvJontaious iilood Foison, etc., are all I J." , " """
tleep-seated blood diseases aud will coutinue to grow worse and more danger- ' PHm-eioii h'. d
Massachusetts third. Yale
d fifth, Colu'nbus sixth snd
Out of Hi., forty-nine nun
una as unit aa cut uupui uies ana poisons WHICH product; them reniani IU the ."'axed. tmr. tiring seven entries from
blood. In all Wo disorder SS.S. has proven itself a perfect remedy, and t?. ''six 'ZJu&f- Th
wen cartieu tiic T.sut to ue eaneu me greatest ol all blood purifiers. U goes 1 captain John t:. i:is.i ..r Prteceio,,. who
down into the circulation and forces out all poisons, hut-untie humors 1 " H "",tv,'r"e 'or individual honors m
and unhealthy matter, and makes this life stream rich, pmi and health-MtLl ! ZVZ
....L.G. , R.O. .
. . . .R.T.f L.T. .. ,
. Mores rty,
, Doran 1
tainin'. t. t. reaches inherited blood taints and so enriches the circulation
that diseases of years standin;; are permanently cured. Jt contain? no harmful
merais auu is uaiurt a real i.iood puritit r. Boole on the blsi and medical
dvice free. THE S WITT SPCCIfJC CO.. A TIAMTA, CA
WE CURE r.l EN
10 DAYS' TREATMENT $1.50
ll the C!J Ktlbtlt Cr. Searles & Scarlet
J ' ;' ... , i
).'p:abi,!ied in Oninl.a for 1.". yi-r. The many thou-
aiuU of cases cu.-rj by us makes im iho most vxparl-
vnred Sl.ei-lal 1st o in tie Vrr.i. In ai.-,.. .ti.
orders of men. Wo know Just what will cure you !.
hnd cure quickly.
CTrr e-iKi.ilaailon i.i,o en s illation. Writa
well st t no time, I,u1 was unable to se-'
and had to be ld to the gyiniiaoiuin. Th
trouble was clue to paralysis of the muscles
of the face.' wl'h wh'.i.!: I.ise- ws bee ,
affei-ted for re.-ral years. He was leading
Jones of Pennsylvania by lif) yards when he
was p.rrcd out of the race.. Jones rtnlshej
first, id lima being Z3:
1 he finish bet seen J..ns of Pennovlvarua
and Colpitis of torn el I was a pretty one.
I the iikii runuti.g r. ck unj rank in the
' last lii yards, Se- .l of the other finishes
a: rost resulted 'n d ad beats. Beck of
P inisxi vi. nia, r iin-.l ut iho end of tho
I first I 'l' wi I. a lroa.ru ankle.
i o ii'i; e.re. i.'iuts. Pennsy lvania '.i.
I Massachusetts ir.htliuu M, Vale ;i, Harvaici
; is. I'.iliinihm U2. priueeton l:n
' The yiuta were couiite. in tne order 111
j watch th l.-en liuialieil. hr.il counting one
I fsiiiit. se. ond two. tb.rd. three, etc . the
I hrt fcur men of each team vounied.
' Sj nipuu.i 111. in1.
Basket lie II at Lyons.
i i.ii.i.n, .-Nei... ,uv. .. isjpeciai loie
ri. ,i i In 1r Aimi ..ma ..r i.e ....ni in..
1 19 S. 14th. Car. Uth S. (iilliphS SfS flirilia Kk i '-oi.s basket ball lean, .leieaie.1 th,
I i'.osi IOdyU Cc Inplvlvial CU.l..-g !!
Sill Ji Plait'
Llaeap for York Game.
TORK. Nch.. Nov. liS.-iHpoelal.) Follow-
Ing is tlie lineup for the Thanksgiving day i
game between -York and Missouri Valley;
High school. N'M-Jier team lis had ii ,
aoal . roitsed by an opposing team. I
Ref. rfi.; Wads Reed of York. V mpire; ,
Ruls- Olinger of Missouri Valley. Head
hie sman : Umnieti. Osls.rne or York. j
MO. VALLEY, -. ! tone..
0 Khaugh L.H.I K.F. . Newman
Mvers..." L-T-'R-T K. Woods
1 it iiLliin .. l.il . H.d M. Henderson
C. Lodue ...C.'C L. Taylor
H i.'owan P. iJ.'L-fi F. Cei
II. Walton.......R.T. L.T. ..W. Karth B. .) ,
F. West IC.I.,..R.t'lt -S. Walsh
Holdeiniati L.iL.R H Foster
R. Lvon R H, I II O. rv.rrVk !
J. Kbaugh F B. F.B -. 8. Bell i
W. Mcivren...ii B.lQ B A. May
R. Carpenter. ...Snb. Sub O. Chit tick
C. Andes Sub.' Sub 8. Van laew.
Sub R Olmstead
Referee: Wade Read. Tork. t'mplre:
Rube t "linger, illssourl Valley. lleg.J lir:e
nian: Lnunett tisl-orne. York.
Soath Ouaaa la Slate Leagae.
This letter, received by the sporting ed
itor of The Bee from one of the directors
of the Kearney lut ball club, la lf-i r- j
KKARNKT. Nab . Nov. 11. -To the Sport- ,
ing Kditor of The Bie: I .ear Sir Kearuey j
b anxious that South OuiaLa b . repre- i
sen led a I JJip-ula vu th (vtDilig ul lilt
Tit addition to th regular rTompspfkors' Excursions to tlie South'
west on Dfceiuber 4 and IS, the Kotk Island will sell round-trip
Saturday, December 1
to Waurika, Lawton, Chattanooga, llobart or Frederick, Okla.,
nnd Marrow, Ind. Ter., at rate of one fare plus sf2, from jioints
where regular Iloim'Seekers' rate i less. Tickets good oil days.
This is ou account of the ojieniug of the "Big Pasture"
li'eserve iu the coming State of Oklahoma.
To WAURIKA IIS IS
To IAWTOW S1T70
To CMATTABTOOOA H-3
To HOIltT ia.ns
To rttEOimiCK 178
To MAatLOW $18.13
Oel full InfurujailoQ ai.J i-njiy ol" our book. "Oklahoma, the Laud uf Now."
, I'H'iu nearest Hock Island agent, or
F. P. RUTHERFORD, d. p. a
1323 Farnam Street.
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