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TIIK OMAHA DAILY PEE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 190(1.
DIN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Lower Temperatures Stimulate Eetail
Trade in Seasonable Staple.
FREIGHT BLOCMDES HINDER FACTORIES
Scarcity of I-bor and naw Materials
Alio Iniifflclrnt In Maar I.laea
Collection Are Im.
NEW YOHK, Dec. 7. It. O. Dun Co.'a
weekly review of trale tomorrow will aay:
liower temperature haa gymulatert re
tall trade In aenaonahla ataplr-a, but In
tereat la moat conaplcuoua In holiday aoodj.
Expectations of a record lireukina run for
Christmas areflaltlp are being fully real
ised. Jobbing atul wholesale houxea are
dolus- well for the aeiiaon, but rpporta of
mercantile rnllcrtiona allow much Irregu
larity. Iinprovementa In the promptness
of payments Is expected when the crops
have been more fully marketed and greater
eaae appeara in money rates, which are far
above normal, deepit the fact that the
total amount In circulation exceeds all
recorda. The movement of freight Is re
stricted by Inadequate facilities, causing
much trouble In the Industries. Very little
die machinery la noticed In the factories
and mills, except where the supply of labor
and raw materials la Insufficient, and the
vigorous demand for all commodities la In
dicated by the highest level of prices in
recent years. t
The cfnsliur month of the year In the Iron
nd steel Industry promise fully to maln
laWi the phenomenal rate of progress that
hfcJ been experienced during the autumn,
notwithstanding a further advance In some
quotatlona that might be expected to curtail
operations. Every available plant Is now
actively engaged, except where material
cannot be secured, and the volume of busi
ness looked for next year assures many
new records In I'M, unless some unfore
seen disaster causes extensive cancellation
Aniong the large amount of new business
under consideration are contracts for a
large mileage of pipe for oil lines and all
trms of railway equipment.
Textile mills 'are o rating- a large per
centage of the available machinery, al
though the Inadequate supply of labor con
tines to- be a drawback. Even after the
recent reaction In the price of raw ma
torlal, the margin of profits In cotton goods
la sniHll and purchnKers make little effort
to aecure concessions. Prompt deliveries
are practically unavailable. Many of the
cheaper woolens were opened this week at
about the level last heavy weight season.
The disposition of many agents, however.
Is to defer opening of lines until longer.
Strength of the raw material does not
Justify expectations of concessions.
Some improvement Is noticed In the
movement of wheat to primary markets,
but there Is still much complaint from the
Lakotas, where elevators are overflowing
and large quantltlea of grain are in danger
The decline In cotton was carried stlll
further until middling uplands sold at to
per bale less than a year ago. which offset
In value the Increase In quantity sent
abroad. Port receipts continued heavy, but
there was the neutralising In liberal con
sumption by domestic spinners.
Liabilities or commercial failures reported
for November are J11,90,7(C compared with
$M,8G6,798 a year ago.
BRADSTREETS REVIEW OF TRADE
Colder Weather Greatly Stlmalatea
Retail Trade at Moat Points.
NEW YOKK, Dec 7. Bradatreeta to
morrow will say:
Colder weather, combined with the ap
proacn of huliuays, has greatly sliiiiuiaiuu
retail trade ait niot points, and tue out
look favors a record-breuaing Cmisuiiai
trade. In Jobbing and wholesale lines in
ventorying la about due, but u Is note
worthy that trade Is more than ordinary
and brisk for December.
The car shortage continues, though grain
deliveries In the northwest are freer, bu
on the whole the paucity of railway la
ellitlea la seriously aliactlnK many sec
tions and in consequence supplies of coa,
are very low at numerous poiuta, while
some of the foundries In Si. Louis and
Cleveland district nave been compelled to
close down for want of pig Iron.
Manufacturers are butty the country over,
the pressuie being so great as to cauae a
considerable number of plants to wont
night and day. Labor atlll continues
scarce and wage advances are recorded
generally, but the tendency to avoid higher
wages seems to be undergoing continuous
Money Is very high In the cities where
the demand Is extensive, but most Intel lor
towns appear to be plentifully supplied,
hence country bankers are seeking commer
significant that currency Is slow to
return from the Interior. Collections aro
good, all things considered, reports from
the southwest being relatively moat favor
able. All In all, the situation Is very
favorable, except In the South Atlantic
tate where crop returns have been poor,
and In the northwest, where grain de
liveries are backward. In some sections u0
to 70 per cent of the spring wheat crop
still beln In farmers' hands.
Supplies of pig Iron are smaller than
ever and shortage, combined with poor de
liveries by the railways, has caused some
found.-ymen to close down and further
suspensions are not improbable.
In the east mcderute sales of basic pig
Iron for delivery up to the second quarter
of 1907 are reported, while in the west a
carwheel concern has purchased 16.0(H) tons
for th second half of 1907, the basts being
1.2 Go at Chicago.
New business in steel rails Is fair, and.
while den and for structural material la
not active aa earlv In the aeason. some
good sized orders are In sight. Coke is
scarce for prompt delivery and prices arc
higher. Coal la meeting with better sale.
Duns Report on
Dun's report of bank elearlnga for November abow a continued heavy volume of payment
through the banks In all aeatlona of the country, larger than In any preceding November, U tal
axohangea at all eltlea to the United Stataa for the month belog 13,bj. 880.905, an Inereaaecf
It per eenl over the eo responding month last year and 18 per oont. ovar November, 1904,
both periods of exceptional aetlvlty. The Improvement la very well distributed, though It la
relatively greatar at Paottte eoaat eaotera. The email gain at New York City la doe almost
wholly to the much smaller volume of eettlementa through the banks oa aeooant of stock
Market operation. This has little to do with eonamerelal eondltiona, aad the elimination of
the New York City flgurea leavea a much larger paroeotage of gala at all othar eltiea In the
United States, 0.0 per at over laat year and 20.0 par omt greater thaa in November, 1904,
raflaettng more aearly the actual trade dialributlon. Some Irregularity In the returns at some
eltiaa la possibly due to backward eollaetiona. but the altuatioD in this reapeet baa become
better aa the month advanced. Average dally elearinga are larger In November thaa for any
month since the flrst quarter of tbe year, and axeeed the averaga for even that period. Com
pared with laat year the lnoreaae la laaa thaa In preoadlng mouths, due entirely to the
rolativsly smaller gain at New York City in November. Compared with 1904 'he heavy gain
in the months pr-dlog November reflect the depression prior to tbe Presidential Elaotlon
of that year. Bank exooaogea at all eitlaa reporting in different eeotion and avenge daily
flgurea for the year to date are compared below for three years t
1904. 1905. P.O. 1904.
Vn,7 1775.41 243 4- 9.9 rTii'-O OOS
l,uta.M V.'Ml iiu 5.SM) -T- W!.037,m
-".9 lh.).7i 25ti.UjO.451 -- 5.5 2H.44l.tHT
y.ii.,2t 59U6U2,1II1) --10.9 552.' 03.434
l14,.,tl.37.4a l,a",75C,t'8i -- L1A4.t'L0.8
17.11 7.-7 .3&U&.Y501 4- 10 S57.fcO3.10l
4JH,iK),531 3a,4:'0,Bi2 4-30.7 264 939,911
ti 'l-.o93.093 11,1-2.830.710 90 SM82.455.384
.t)07,ys7,U 8,&42,b. Ull -J- 8.337,83,971
13,625.s,905 813,145.501.921 8.8 112,520,100,357
857.747,000 8547.729.000 3 8 8521.871.000
637. 42 1, POO 4S5.65U. 00 --IC.7 443.47' 000
4S3.093.U00 424.011,000 - -14.1 831.9 5.1100
497.B4l.WO0 4(i5.49 I ftal 4- 8 4 821 971 0-0
557,032 000 47(1,31,000 181 41,077,OoO
Cutral West ...
United States ...
U the Far Waat subatanttal fains ara reported, aapaelally In tka eomparlaoa with 1904.
Compared with last year bauk elearior at 8t Paul ara particularly Urga, and ther ara bear
Ineraaaea at Kaoaaa City. Dsorer, Topeka and Slum Palla. Thara la a amall lneraaaa at Mia
Baa polls, though the fluur market haa bran vary alow this yaar, Indicating that trade In othar
llsea haa bean heary. Tha flgurea la detail follow i
Kanaa lily ....
St. Joseph ......
Col oipringa ....
. WeMem.. ..
8106.240.195 8104 503,770
44. 3o 3"'d 0"1
12 W.Alt 10 10.6,31.1
S,lf9 5T8 7.773,429
2.44(1, 757 2,;377
l?3,t4I.U50 11C.655 843
1. 047.001 931,098
4 04A0 S.rl,l78
2 H2 , 347 2.9I.7.729
8.UVJ.0O0 4.0-1 239
l Oprr la firm for prompt and future de- j
lively, some choice graus Deing quoieu
as high as 23 cents a pound.
In cotton goods the strength of prices la
unabated and all goods are sold from three
to six months ahead. The slxe of the ad
vance In cotton goods, compared with raw
cottons, occasions remark. Higher wages
are still being demanded by operatlvea,
who are Indisposed to accept advancea
offered by manufacturers. In woolen goods
there Is mora strength and a Urge business
,s looked for, while silk fabrics are selling
better. Wheat has shown more life this
week than for some months past. The key
of the situation seems to be better demand
for milling purposes at Minneapolis and
other Interior points, due to the Improve
ment reported in flour demand on export
Most American markets are active, strong
8tid with an advancing tendency. This Is
more especially true of clothing wools.
Qunrter-blood fleeces. Oregon Valley and
territory clothing wools show most activity
at Hoston. Fine wools are also more active
and firmer at Philadelphia. . Carpet wools,
however, are still rather quiet, though
heavier buying Is expected, owing to the
strength of the finished product. American
manufacturers, heretofore buying freely
abroad, are now In domestic markets. All
forelen markets are strong and high prices
are being paid In London and In Australia.
Business failures In the United States
for the week ending December number
21(1. against 174 last week. 2fi8 In the like
week of 116, 231 In 1804. 241 In 1903 and 247
Failures In Canada for the week number
thirty-two, against twenty-five last week
and thirty-one In this week a year ago.
Wheat, Including flour exports from the
I'nlted states and Canada for the week
ending December 8, aggregated 4.791.0?1) bu.,
against 4,204.917 bu. last week, 4.246.112 bu.
this week last vear, l.ftW.SO bu. In 19n4 and
t, 604.846 bu. In 19"l. For the last twenty
three weeks of the fiscal year the exports
re M3,621 bu., agnlnet 62,823.37 bu. In 190S,
M.TM.bki bu. In 1904 and 1.13,687,119 bu. In
Corn exports for this week are 1,109.477
bu., against 1.040,970 bu. last week. 2.402. 317
bu. a year ago and 276.9TO bu. In 1904. For
the fiscal year t,o date the exports are 19,
41 M3 bu.. against 2S.S49.U9 bu. In 1905 and
U,6m,3SS bu. In 1904. .
REPORT OP THE CLEARING HOUSE
Transactions of tbe Aaaoelated Banka
Durlngr the Past Week.
NEW YORK. Dec. 7. The following ta
ble, compiled by Bradstreet, shows the bank
clearings at the principal cities for the yea.
ended December S, with the percentage of
increase and decrease aa compared with the
corresponding week last year: .
Kansas City ..
Now Orleans .
Los Angeles ..
St. Paul .......
Fort Worth ....
Salt Lake City.
. 186.1i8,w 7.9
17. 998,4721 2.1
13, 466, 767! 2d.4
' 9.787.2W 10.1 ......
7.777 ,iW4 11.1
4,891, 212) 20.2
Grand Rapids ....
Wheeling, W. Va...
Springfield, 111 ,
Fargo, N. D
Rock ford. 111. . 4
Cedar Rapids, la...
' Greensburg, Pa.
I bloomington. III
660, 9. JO I 10.4
- -23 7
- 4 S
10 6nJ 543
Style la valueless without quality
r v. at irT.
J Please remember that McKIBBIN
garments are all made from pelu per
sonally selected by a member of our firm
at the primary fur markets of the world.
Not every dealer tells the best
Get tbe STANDARD
If the dealer won't show you write to
us aod we will direct you to one who will.
McKibbin, DriscoII ZL Dorscy
S FVR. MANVFACTVRERS
Sioux Falls, S. D.
Irtoutli. Rend, Ind
Y. City. I l,287,7i,940
Vancouver, B. C
St. John, N. B
Victoria, B. C
3. 96.1,844 1 '
Total, Canada 97,035,020 24.1
Balances paid In cash. tNot Included In
totala because containing other Items than
clearings. Not Included In totals; com
Open evenings, commencing Saturday,
Frenrer, Jeweler, 16th und Dodge.
EARLY SHOPPING PROFITABLE
New Plan of Beginning Christmas
Holiday Trnde Brlnga
The efforts of the retailers to Induce peo
ple to do their Christmas shopping early In
the season are meeting with some success.
Almost without exception they are satlafljd
that they began with the first of the month
to display and advertise their Chris.nixs
stocks. The volume of business Is reported
larger than It was for the corresponding
week of last year arid the dealers expect
next week to show even a more marked
! "The aeason has started off remarkably
J well and I believe the campaign for early
I shopping will prove successful, " said C. M.
Wilhelm of the Orchurd &. Wilhelm Carpet
company. "The plan of early trading is
satisfactory for the customers, for they are
not so crowded and hurried. It helps tne
merchants, for if they run out of desirable
gooda they will have a chance to get more.
It Is a blessing to the salespeople because
it spreads their heavy work out over a
week or ten days more time."
"I am glad to aee the movement for early
hopping," aald 8. Fredrick Berger. "The
women ought to do their ahopplng before
Chrlatmaa week to lighten the burdens of
the salespeople. If for nothing else."
"Those customers who are coming early
have an advantage In getting to select roin
a complete stock of goods," said Herman
Cohn of the Nebraska Clothlrtg company.
"They also get the best of service from the
aalearoen, who are so overworked later in
the season and unable to care properly for
the trade. We are waiting with Interest to
see whether the entire volume of trade for
the season will be increased by the early
shopping. So far this month the trade has
been better than last year."
"I am sure that the people who come
early this year will be so well satisfied that
they will try It again next year," said J. A.
Bwanaon of the Berg-Swanson company.
"They are getting so much Detter eervlce
than they would get Christmas week."
A. B. Hubermann, only direct Importer of
diamonds In the west. 13th and Douglas.
CAHILL FAMILY YET LIVES
Not I'nder tha Sod and Man Who
Threatened Them Pay
Charged with threatening to put John
Caiilll. 23 South Sixteenth street, and his
entlra family beneath the sod. John Lynch,
I who resides In the sjme house with Cahlll,
was fined 85 and costs in police court Fri
day morning. Cahlll aald that Lynch had
threatened him at divers times and Thurs
day afternoon attempted to throw Cahlll
and his family out of doors Into the oold,
cold world, but waa frustrated.
Annonncementa of the Theatera.
Louis James and tils fine company will
be seen at the Boyd thla afternoon and
evening In a magnificent production of
"The Merry Wives of Windsor." Aa Sir
John Falstaff. Mr. Jamea la doing re
markably fine work, while Nellie McHenry
as Mistress Quickly, Norman Hackett as
Ford and Aphle James as Mrs. Ford are
seconding the efforts of the star admirably.
The performances today eljae the engage
ment. On Sunday evening at the Boyd Richard
Carle'a "Tha Maid and the Mummy" be
gina ita engagement of two nlghta. Miss
Spencer, a newcomer to Omaha, will be
seen In the leading singing role, heading a
chorus of youth and beauty, while Fiad
. Warner beads the fun makers
PULAJASES KILL TROOPS!
Eixty Eolomen Eush Detachment of Eighth
In fan tr , Urn? Knitee.
CAPTAIN MAKES A BRIEF REPORT
Five Soldlera ,KJIled la Attack anil
Lieutenant Yatea la Seriously
toanded No Report from
MANILA, Deo. 7.-Accordlng to later re
ports from Captain Samuel V. Ham con
cerning the recent fight on the Island of
Leyte between an American force and
Pulajanes, a detachment of Company I,
Eighth United States Infantry, with a fore
of constabulary under command of Lieu
tenant Ralph P. Yates, jr., was rushed by
sixty bolomen, four miles from La Pas, on
December 5. The Pulajanes had a few
guns, from which they fired a voiliy, and
then rushed the troops. In the onslaught
five American soldiers were killed and
nine woui.ded. The enemy lost thirty
killed. The number of the wounded and ot
the prisoners taken Is unknown.
A detachment has started in pursuit, but
as the telegraph line la down between
Tacoblnn and Hollo, no further report has
been received, ,
The dead are:
SF.RGBANT JOSEPH CLARK.
SERGKANT JAMES PROLAN.
PRIVATE DAFFEHIN, kllld by the bolo.
PRIVATES W. HADLEY and EDWARD
The wounded are:
Privates Mcllenry, Edge and Wakefleld.
The slightly wounded are:
Privates Armstrong, Brennan, Herreg,
Hoist and Richardson.
The dead were rescued on the night of
December 6, on the battlefield.
The wounded are doing well.
The condition of Lieutenant Yates,
formerly reported 'slightly wounded, la now
said to be serious.
As no report has been received concern
ing the constabulary, they probably sus
tained no loss.
GERMANS TALK OF MOORS
Alarerlraa Conference Report la Dla
enaaed lu Relchataa; and Sturia
BERLIN, Dec. 7. The Reichstag today
discussed the Algeclras convention. For
eign Minister von Tsthlrsky explained that
Germany's position throughout the Moroc
can conference had In view asserting the
fundamental principles of the .sovereignty,
Independence and Integrity of the sultan's
dominions, the political equality of all the
powers there and measures for acqulrln,
the peaceful development of the country
and the protection of the rights of ail for
eigners. Herr Blumenthal, radical, asked how it
could be asserted that the Algeclras con
vention guaranteed the Independence of
the sultan. The question was greeted with
It should rather be entitled, according
to Herr Blumenthal, "regulation of the
Herr Blumenthal quoted Chancellor von
Buelow's recent remark: "In Servla we
are Austrian and In Bulgaria Russian,"
adding. "and why not 'In Morocco
French?" That would have been much
the better way to protect German Interest
At the close of the debate the bill ratify
ing the Algeclras convention passed its
first and second reading.
GERMANS MEET CALIFORNIANS
President of Imperial Insurance Of
fice Will Accompany the
Party to Hnmbnro;.
BERLIN, Dec. 7. Messra. Dorhmann,
Thomus and Sutro of San Francisco, ihe
delegates sent here to urge the defaulting
German Insurance companies to pay up the
claims against them, have been cordially
received by the officials of the German im
perial Insurance office.
The president of that office, Privy Coun
cillor Gruner, has arranged to go person-
j ally with the delegates to Hamburg and
confer with the managers ot two of the
companies. The Gutsch party, which came
here In advance of the Dohrmann party,
and with the same objects In view, has
Joined the San Francisco delegation.
POPE'S PHYSICIAN IS DEAD
Dr. Lappool Snccnmba to Pnenmonln
Folio vi inn Attack of Cancer
ROME, Dec. 7. Dr. Lapponl, physician
to the pope, died today. He had
been Hi fr me time of cancer of
the stomach, and pneumonia setting In,
he could not, in his weakened condi
tion, withstand Its ravages. When
Dr. Lapponl was sinking the pope sent him
the apostolic benediction, and when the
news of the death of the doctor reached
the pontiff he was excedingly grieved. It
is reported that before losing consciousness
Dr. Lapponl, referring to the pope, said.
'He has a strong constitution and, having
studied him carefully, I think he will llvo
longer than Leo XIII."
Von Hnelow Receives Itararcaa.
BERLIN, Dec. 7. Count von Buelow to
day received I'rof. Johft W. Burgess. Presi
dent Rooeevelt professor of American his
tory and insUtutlons at the University of
Berlin nnd dean of Columbia university.
The first outward sign of Contagious Iilool Poison is a small sore or
blister. As the poisonous virus becomes more firmly entrenched in the blood
a red eruption appears on the body, the mouth and throat ulcerate, the hair
begins to come out, glands ia the neck and groia swell, copper-colored spots
appear on the breast, back, etc., and the unfortunate victim finds himself
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returns. Then the system being weakened from the action of these strong
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THE SWlfT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA CAm
jL1IJu 119 S- 14th.
SPORTS OF A DAY.
RESILTS OX T1IK RISM TRACKS
repper and Suit, 40 to 1 hot, Wins
First Race nt Lna Anaelea.
lOS ANGELKS. pec. 7.-Ferrer and Salt,
a 4 to 1 slu t, ran the first r.irc from a very
hail start In a Held of ten and finished
first. Blue Bottle, the favorite, was two
lengths liehind at '.he finish. Three favor
ites were In front In the other races. Jet
srim won by a head from lenateo in the
fifth and I Told You. the favorite, was
fourth. Ferry Wicks, at 8 to 1, won the
last event, making the best showing In the
field, which whs a large one. Results:
First race, five furlongs; 1'epper and Salt
won, Blue Bottle second, l'rol:llc third.
Second race, futurity course: James A.
Murray won, Young Davis second, Creston
Boy third. Time: l:li.
Third race, mix furlongs: Judge won,
Betsy second, Lord Gladstone third. Time:
Fourth rare, five and n half furlongs:
Colonel Jack won. Treasure Seeker secoud.
Ban Allvlso third. Time: 1:0SV
Fifth race, mile and seventy yards: Jet
mm won. Legatee, second, Charlie Wall
worth third. Time: 1:464.
Sixth race, six furlongs: Ferry
won. Toller second, Nothing third.
Nh.VV ORLEANS, Dec. 7. Results at the
First race, seven furlongs: Oold Circle
won, Glendnver second. Spider Web third.
Second race, six furlongs: Wnodsa
Operator second, Happy Jack third.
'I hird race, six furlongs: Airship won,
Columbia Girl second, Auditor third. Time:
Fourth race, seven furlongs: Bill Phillips
won. Mortlboy second, Monet third. Time:
Fifth race, six furlongs: Knight of Tvnn
hoo won. Sir Vagrant second, Gold Duke
third. Time: 1:164.
Sixth race, mllo and a sixteenth: Old
stone won, La Cache second, Sanction
third. Time: 1:49.
SAN FRANCISCO, Deo. 7. Result! at
First race, five furlongs: Silver Line
won, Jezehrl second, Mrs. Matthews third.
Second race, mile: Susie Christian won,
Cherlpe second, lsabellita third. Time:
Third race, mile: Monaco Maid won,
Cloche d" Or second, Alice Carey third.
Fourth race, futurity course: Flrehnll
won. St. Francis second, Romaine third.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Golden Rule
won. Clandestine second, Titus II third.
Sixth race, mile: Standover won, Joe
Coyne second, Baker third. Time: 1:41.
COLE TUMIKHKD NEHH ASKA PLACE
Mlrlilcan Man Writes Partner Abont
TOLEDO, O.. Dec. 7. (Special Telegram.)
Ring Cole, the famous Michigan tackle.
I who has Just finished a most succ spful
season ns coach for the University of Vlr
' glnia. In n letter to C. D. Kountz. his law
I partner In Toledo, says that he has received
a most flattering offer to take charge of
the squad at Nebraska next year. The uni
versity informs him that they like the
Michigan style of play and as he (Cole has
shown his ability to cleverly handle a team
they are anxious to have him accept. Cole
says, however, that things are all his down
In Virginia and that the prrspecU nre so
bright for next year that he will not change
without due consideration.
WITH THE HOWLERS.
The Onlmods won three straight gnmos
fiom the Cudahya last nlsht at the Asso
ciation alleys. The last game looked like
a win for the packer, but two of their
men went down In the lost frame and the
Onlmods pulled out with ten pins to spare.
Forscutt was high mnn with a total of 612
and a single game of MA. Scores:
1st. Id. 3d. Total.
Williams 147 143 lf.H 449
Griffiths Ill 177 147 4j5
A. C. Reed 177 149 179 fcOo
Taylor 199 li 15.5 614
H. D. Reed 1S4 1U8 1 95 647
797 S35 2.1D0
143 ' 4M
Totala 1,012 876 845 2,7
On the Metropolitan alleys last night the
Life Malts won nil three games from the
Kl Caudlllos. The first came, the Kl
Caudillos had little life In them, hut
the last two they could not Ket together.
and as the captain had an off niKht the
j team seemed to follow him. Caughlan was
I the only one on the team to reach the 30
j mark. The Life Malts bowled one of their
I best games of the season, every man but
one going over the 500 mark. Lehman wa.i
I high on single game with 209. aim high on
totals with 647. Stapenhorst will bowl next
1st. 2d. Sd. Total.
Lehmann 177 209 liil M7
McKelvcy 1X2 150 152 4-S4
Walem 2"2 177 IM 5:15
Ptiipt'nhorst l'." 171 lrtti 627
Seaman 176 173 183 532
Totals 927 8S0 818 2,6
1st. 2d. 3d. Total, i
Caughlan 2H 178 159 138
Ha u man loi 134 li9 451
MoI.ean ' 1K.3 1.11 133 ' 447
1'axton 138 1SS 132 455
Hlnrichs 169 177 hi 444
Totals 869 8(J6 661 2,335
Y. M. C. A. Jnulora Win.
Omaha Young Men's Christian Association
Juniors leat Hoyles College In a gam" of 1
lasket ball yesterday. Score: Young Men's
Christian Association Juniors, 2i; Boyles, 21. '
Y M C. A.
C. Mia . (C)
Ii. Dod.ls (C).
tlaatlnara Teams Win Donlile Event.
HOLDRF.GE. Neb. Dec. 7. (Rpeclal Tel
egramsThe lfastings High srhixil hakit
bull teams oanie to Hohlrvgo tonJght and
scored a victory over lloldrege, buth Ihe
boys' and girls' teams. The hoys wtn by
a score of 2U' to 11 and the girls by a score
of 30 to 7. It was an lmert-Ntin contest
and tlie high school gymnasium was tilled
to Its capacity to witness the games.
o BLOOD poison
WE CURE IY2 EN
10 DAYS' TREATMENT $1.50
By the Old Reliable Dr. Eeirles & Searles
Established In Omaha for IS yeara. Tha many thou
ndi of raaea cured bv ua m .k-a ua the meat exuerl
emed bpeclaliata In the West, .n all diseases and dls-
orders tr men. we Know juai waat wilt uura you
and cure quickly.
fT.k at examination and consultation. Writ for
riOBfjpum, blank for bonia treatment
Cor. 14th & Dov.lit Sts.. Cai.Hi, Neh,
I - .
ONE FARE AND A THIRD
FOR. THE ROUND TRIE
Tickets on Sale December 20. 21. 22. 23.
24. 25, 30, 31 and January 1,
good to Return Until January 7. 1907
T0 ALL POINTS ON THE:
Milwaukee (& St. Paul
AND 1 :
$53.85 to Havana, Cuba
On Sale December 19 and 20
Three Daily Trains
Omaha Union Station, 7:55 P. M. and
8:35 P. M.
City Ticket Office. 1524 Farnam St.
F. A. NASH, Gen'l Western Agt.
who are about to consult a specialist,
and who have only a little money to
spare, should not throw It away In an
effort to get something for nothing.
Better make It go as far as It will In
getting honest, reliable, skillful and
the announcements in Tbe Bee
Mondays, Thursdays and Sun
days of the
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
DOf OK FOR RflEKI.
Call and Be Examined Free.
1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neh.
Permanently Established in Omaha, Nebraska.
j" ff aa ;
HAVANA, CUBA, AND RETURN
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
THROUGH NEW ORLEANS.
Tickets on sale December 18th, 19th, and 20th. Good
to return leaving Havana Jan. 9th, 1907. Steamship re
servations should be made now.
RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS AT
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1402 Farnam Street. Omaha.
N-i r -' ' -r
Available January first
a verjr handsome suite of three rooms
particularly desirable for a doctor.
They are located on the northwest corner of the
third floor a waiting room and two prlrate offices.
THE BEE BUILDING
This suite Is well arranged for a physician or specialist, having
been occupied by an eye, ear. nose and throat specialist. There is a
splendid north lUht; outside windows In each room, a large vault,
hardwood floors and finish. The rent Includes heat, light, water and
Janitor service. Rent, per month. $50.00.
No other vacant offices
except rooorn 626. which will be vacant December 1. This U a good
room for architect or drauKhauian, as It has a splendid north light
and 210 square feet. Kental, $20.00 monthly.
If you will let us know the kind of an office you will need, w
will put you on our waiting list and notify you when the kind of an
office you desire becomes available.
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