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niE.OM.VlIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MARCH 1(5, 1007.
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
CONKLB BEATS GARDNER
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22 Great Stores Throughout the U. S. r
Damareat'i Team Ifate Wins leeond Plaos
ia Billiari Tourney.
TIE PLAYED OFF YESTERDAY AFTERNOON
Conklla Makes am Averaa-a af "early
fpr!nr Bnninem Makes TaTorabls Com
parison with Pam Feiitd Last Year.
PIG IRON OUTPUT AT RECORD
Dsnntle Steel Hall Hnlrml
supplemented by Um Order
from South America, and
NEW YORK, March 15. R, O. Dan
Co.s Weekly Kcvlew of Trade will Bay:
Spring trade la making a nrnst favorable
comparison with the volumfl this Urns last
yoar, except In a few section whoro the
weather la still unfavorable, and mfrcarvtlle
oolUwilons Improve steadily despite the high
money mark.-t. Leading Industrie have
orders covering production well Into the
future, ei-clally cotton factories and stee
mills, while the output of pig Iron when
the rrsnth opened w cloae to the largest
rm record. High prices In the footwear
Industry have checked plnclng of contract
for fall Bhoes nt New England factories,
aomo decline In price of hides and leather
rnooiiriiglng buyers to delay ordering the
finished product, but moat mills are mill
busy on cprlng goods.
Prices are well nialntaJred In all sections
ft the Iron and Btei Industry, premiums
"being frequently offered for prompt deliv
ery but orders are seldom wlted on
these term because of the oversold o edi
tion of mills and furnaoes. There Is a
' nominal difference of about M per ton be
tween spot and third quarter business
and scarcely any sales are made at the
,n. iw.r tienres Imwrubh little Iron Is avail
able for prompt shipment. Iornetlo Bfcwl
mil business is supplemented by large re
quirements by South America and Japan
that may ba filled In this market If satis
factory deliveries can be arranged.
Textile millw are iroluclng at a remark
able rate without threatening any accumu
lation of stocks and advanced prlees for
fotton goods' have not chwked demand.
Premiums above regular quotation are
willingly pnld for early shipments. Most
Joblsrs tmve not provided for all the spring
trade, but others will i.ot be able to meet
tho requirements of customers. This Is
especially the case with western Jobtjora,
who still receive liberal orders.
In woolen a fiJr renewal trade Is ap
parent in many lirves of men's ftibrlcs, but
the market Is Irregular. New llnrs of dress
goods are bedng brought out and the cut
ting up trade is the moet active factor.
l-nth r Is more quiet, stocks of some va
rieties bulnir larger than at any rwent data.
and the situation now deponds on the de
velopment of trade in fall shot. Pricwa
of homli ck sola leather remain unchanged,
bids at So rents for middleweight hemlock
thirds being rejected, but enipplle expand.
A smaller demand for belting butts has
weakened quotations and trade In upper
leather Is backward, except for calfskins.
Jomcstlc hides are dull, prices stfiowlnig a
Prices of grain were well ma ntalned in
view of the official report of farm reserves
on March 1 that showed the unprecedented
total cf a,4,onO bushels of wheat. 1,2X9,
(I'ljiid hUHhels ol corn and 34S.Vri.0ilO bushels
There was no change In the cotton situa
tion. Advance in price- started liquidation
that caused a sharp decline.
BrtADSTHEF.rS REVIEW OP TRADES
Increased Complaints of Short Stocks
Come from Many Points.
NEW YORK, March IB. Brad streets to
morrow wlil say:
Spring business has further expanded,
jobbing operations being maintained at a
volume equal to or exceeding last year,
while trade has felt the stimulus of the ap
proach of Kaster and the appearance of
springlike weather. Increased complaints
m to short stocks In some lines, notably
dry goods, come from many points and
nlow deliveries are still complained of. In.
dustry Is active, except where, as In the
flooded section of the Ohio valley, mill
operations are restricted. While business
Is large, there Is claimed to be no tendency
to (purchase beyond legitimate requlre
"ments, and the prospects favor active, de
mand and a larsre turnover.
While the green bug has ruined wheat
Good enough for anybody
Cheap enough for everybody
The standard of hat value"
SIxteea aad a High Raa of Sixty
Foar Oardaer's High. Raa
la Fort y-Three.
NEW YORK. March 18.-Cnlvln Demarst
and Charlea F. Conklln, repnasentatlvea of i
the Chicago Athletlo association, carried oft
the bulk of honors In the national ama
teur 14.3 billiard championship tournament
hloh waa concluo! at the Liederkr&na
Toung Demarest won the title yesterday
by defeating- Edward Gardner of Passaio,
N. J. ' .
Onklln and Gardner met today In the
play-off of a tie for second place and Conk
II ti won out by a core of ano to 20L Scores:
Onklln 0, 0, 26, 0, 41. . 10, 5. 6, 45, S3, 22,
1, 64, U, 0, 1, 0, SI; total, 800; average,
16 16-19; high run, 64.
Gardner--2, 0, 48. 8, 2. , I, 7. 24. 0, 1. 17, ft,
K. K 0, 2, 9, 1; total, 201; arenure, 10 11-19;
high run, 43. T
and oats In Texas, the situation -In Kansas
and the southwest generally Is excellent
and the Impression seems to be that dam
age reports have been considerably exag
gerated for market effect. In the south
nreimratlona are oroKresslnc under favor
able soil conditions for a large cotton
In the pig Iron market buyers and sellers
seem to be maneuvering for position as
regards prices, and while little new busi
ness has been placed, except in ine nir
mlngham district, the undertone appears
to be stronger, froouction in reomary ww
below that of January, but the daily out
not durlna the first named month Increased
somewhat over January, the largest part
heine furnished bv the leading Interest,
and not by the merchant furnaces, whoae
product has the most influence on tne open
market. All finished lines are very active.
with specifications coming In freely. Pipes
and tubes are In brink request and the
leading interest has withdrawn prices and
notified the trade that no orders will be
taken for shipment this aide of June 1.
Sheet and tin plate mills- were never mo
rushed and fancy premiums prevail.
In the wool market firmness prevails ana
Interest centers In foreign grades, arrivals
of which are very heavy. Stocks of domes-
tlo wool are very small, though sales
theredf are of moderate proportions. The
mills are atiu running on worsteos ana
therefore staple wools are In good de
mand. Huslness failures In the United States
for the week ending March 14 number 1M,
against 172 last week, 127 the like week of
19"5. 1S6 In 1905. 193 In 1904 and 194 In 1903.
Canadian failures for the week number
twenty-three, as against twenty-one last
week and thirty-three In this week a year
Wheat, Including flour, exports from the
United States and Canada for the week
ending March 14 aggregated 2,080.034 bush
els, against 2,261.303 bushels last week, 2.010,-
.227' bushels this week last year, 895,743
bushels In 1906 and 2,906.250 bushels In 1902.
For the last thirty-seven weeks of the
fiscal year the exports are 126.004.8fi5 bushels,
agnlnat 99.152. 892 bushels In 1906-6, 46.599,114
bushels In 19044 and 188.431.S3S bushels In
Corn exports for the week are 1.99S.264
bushels, against 2,631.672 bushels last week,
2.235.2K2 bushels a year ago and 2,841.411
bunhels in . For the lineal year to date
the exports are 47,313.437 bushels, against
89.062.446 bushels in 1906-6 and 61,970,348 bush,
els In 1904-t.
Crack Shots at Geneva.
GENEVA, Neb., March 15. (Special.)
The result of the shoot for trophy yesterday
was: William Veach, 152; F. Van Buren,
146; A. Proret. 147; Ed Meyers, 141; C. C
Evans, 147; Charles Thorpe, 148; R Meyers,
127; Miller, 135; Edwards. ' 150; Cory, 138;
Robbtns, 140; Olmeted, 146; Duff, 187; Charle
ton Hyde, .146; A. Olson, 149; J. J. Martin,
135; George Maxwell, 160; F. A. Oorbln, 148.
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COOLEY OUT .FOR PLAYERS
Old Dick Clearly Recos-alaee If Is
la the Weatera
Ilck Cooler, the manager of the Topeka
Western league team, returned home last
night from a whort trip to Kansas City
and St. Joseph, says a Topeka paper.
While In Bt. Joseph, Cooley met President
Norrls L. O'Nell of the .Weatern league
and la now thoroughly convinced that To
peka Is no longer In the Western associa
tion. Cooley says the present Indications
point to a good team for St. Joe this sea
son, as nearly all the players are signed
up for the team and a manager has ac
cepted terms. However, the name of the
manager Is not to be made publlo for a
few days, at least.
While In Kansas City yesterday Cooley
met Manager Ashenback of the 81 Paul
team of the American association and
closed a deal with him for three of 8t
Paul's players. He has secured two. pitch
ers. Dish and Moore, and a catcher by the
name of Kelsey.
Dish, one of the new pitchers, formerly
belonged to the Detroit team In the Amer
ican league. While still the property of
Detroit, he waa loaned to the Evansvlllo
team In the Central league, where he made
a great record. Ha waa the one good
pitcher on the team and kept the Kvans
vllle team well up In the raoe. On days
when be waa not pitching he would be
placed In the outfield, where his hitting
would break up games many times. Moore
and Kelsey are former Texas leaguers and
were bought from Texas teams last season.
Moore Is counted as a comer, as he Is big
and has all kinds of smoke and curves.
He Is also a good hitter. Kelsey Is a good
backstop and was considered one of the best
men In the Texas league last summer.
Shortly after Cooley had closed the offer
for these players the St Paul team was
offered a much higher price by another
President ONei! will be in Topeka- In
about a week to look over the ground and
make necessary arrangements for the open
ing of the season. "Ducky" Holmes, man
ager of the Lincoln team, is in Topeka
today and It la not unlllkely that Cooley
will make some kind of a deal with . the
manager for a couple of players.
Will we see Old Frank Oenlna back In
the Western? is a question many fans are
asking,. In view of the. fact, that St. Joe
and Topeka are coming la the circuit.
Oenina was with the last- St. Joe tribe
which waa transplanted to Hutchinson
when the money gave out In the former
town, and there Is s, rumor he may be with
8t. Joe when It cornea back into the West
Connie Mack has asked for waivers on
Jimmy Burke. This means that the for
mer manager of the Cardinals will return
to Kansas City. Mack drafted Burke at
the close of last season. There was a good
deal of talk, that Connie secured the ln
flelder to plug up a hole at third base. He
evidently thinks that Jimmy Is not of
major league caliber or else he would not
seek to let hint out. of the American
Comlskey will raise the tariff on his
grounds. He will cover the first-base
bleachers and charge 60 cents for them
and will build a new bleacher In the out
field, besides increasing the capacity of
the grounds by 2.0U0. a total Increase of
(,000, making the capacity of the grounds
Subsidised sporting papers that come out
every week with their columns nlled by the
highest bidder and his stool pigeons are
aggravating the situation between base
ball managers and "star players" who are
not getting their worth In salaries and are
holding out for It. These papers, which
get their news service for free passes and
thrive off the subsidy, studiously labor to
spread the false doctrine that high salaries
vmiiuvt us; anvi ucUi uss)4;u I J S.UO ittUl
that they are the logical outoome of the
unprecedented revenues of the managers.
IOWA-NEBRASKA CAMS I THE AIR
Board of Control Will Consider Foot
Ball Matter Wednesday
IOWA CITY, Ia., March 15- special.)
Whether the action of the State Univeralty
of Nebraska in refusing to adopt the three
year playing rule for athletes will result
In the cancellation of the Iowa-Nebraska
same scheduled for nex fall the local uni
verslty authorities are unwilling to state.
The Hawkeys management has been will
ing to waive other rules of the western
conference in the past, nut the general
opinion has been established during the
last three months that Iowa would Insist
on a strict adherence to all of the ellirtbil
ity rules. The matter will probably come
up for decision at the meeting of the Board
of Athletic Control on Wednesday of next
week, after which -meeting it will be dosxI
i uiv iu sniiuiuiue wiiki iuwi expects 10 ao.
I Iast season the state university waived the
limited gamea ana training table rule when
oomracuna wun me Blare Agricultural
college for a game, but the Aggies were
held to a strict interpretation of the. ellgl
Diiity rule, in oraer to mane the game fal
on both sides. It Is for this reason It 1
believed that the Mate university will be
unwilling to play the Nebraska eleven In
tna event tnat tna (jornnuskers Insist on
planner their freshmen.
At the State University of Iowa the base
ball schedule for the comina amisai h..
been aporovea. and LrfWIle Storv. formerly
m hat, on ine oiaie i nivenslty of
Iowa, but last year coach of the Oorru!!
college team at Mount Vernon, has ben
employed as a coach. The base hull m
are working in the gymnasrunt dally now
under the direction of Catlln. and Btory
Is expected to take charge of the men as
soon as they are abl to go out on the
aiamona. ;i ne following game are to be
April 15-30 Rock bland league team at
April 2S University of Missouri at Iowa
April M Iuther college at Decorah.
Anrll M Minnesota at Mlianeanolis.
April 7 St. Thomas college at Minneap
May S Ames at Ames.
May 8 Nebraska university at Iowa City.
winy iv rnruuiii at irwm rttj.
Mny IS Cornell at Mount Vernon.
May ib Cornell at Iowa City.
May V Orlnnell at Orlnnell.
June 1 Ames at Iowa City.
GEORGE ITOHB S1G.1B CONTRACT
Gats Iaerease la Salary, aal Aaaaaat
ST. tOUia, Mo.. March 15. (Special
Telegram.) Dlspatchea from Austin, Tex.,
where the Urowns are training, announce
the receipt today by Manager McAleer of
a telegram from George Stone, champion
batter of the world, conveying the Infor
mation that Stone wlil start for Aumln
from his home. Colerl.irrs, Neb., next Mon
day. The terms made by McAleer and
8ione are a secret. McAleer refuses to
give them out and Intimates that Stone
will likewise reiuse.
6ton's wire today wss In response to one
' s nt him by McAleer Wedneaday. offering
I lilin a salary raise a. id a sutwtantlal sum
i at tL audi ot Ute gvaawa it Le ujiitlnuea
T. . . r vvn;
This chiffonier Is built of
solid golden oak and has a
beautiful polish finish. It
Is made exclusively for
Hartman's and Is of most
dependable construction, has
large French beveled plate
1414-16-18 DOUGLAS STREET
The D ride's
Dream of home
is realized at
Any Four Rooms you
wish. Pay 19 Down
and $8 a Month.
S pe ci fx 1 Induce
ments to the newly
married at IIa.rt-
In credit acTTlrc designed to salt the need of the individual. It's lTartman's Idea
of credit serTlce the right Idea. We'll make the terms to auit yon and arrange the
service to meet your requirements at all times. We'd like to talk with you In person
' about this "Individual Credit System."
Handsome bent end design, ret
with heavy double-strength
glass and adjustable shelves.
Extra well made throughout
and neatly ornamented with
hand carvings. Fancy French
bevel mirror in top.
Sugar and Creamer
Genuine Bavarian China
Another lot of 800 Justrecelv
The cabinet work on this
dresser - is very high grade,
made; strong, best of solid oak,
beautifully finished, is hand
somely carved, has large top
front drawers and large French
bevel mirror. An extraordinary
special all this week.
Hartman's Great Saturday Special I8c
Buo-ar howl and cream pitcher, worth easily 60c, genuine lmpor
ted Bavarian China, artistic shapes, handsomely decorated with I
. AAtradt vilna atva fin account nf t Vi o Iremftn-
nowers auu buiu lilv-v'VA cs1 w -
dous demand several weeks ago, we have secured another lot,
and they go on sale at the same low price as before only
Jpllw 1 lf
,8c H .s'u.
i m jb k siaepoara aVeisar J
I until all ' are II
New Special I OC
Arm Rocker 10
Like illustration. Large slsa.
elegantly finished in goldon
oak. saddle seat, fanoy panel
back, as shown, turned spindles,
new, rich exclusive designs.
with a pur
$100, or sold
$1 cash, 76p
Or if you
to 110 0.
at once or
in small pur
o h a a a s
on set, if you
one, will be
by giving It
to you free.
Or if you
set will be
given to you
Full 26-Piece Wm. Rogers Silverware Set aa shown in
Every set has
the mark and
V f wiiiiiii.isiMimiii mill mill i nfli s i 111
These sideboards are made to or
der for the Hartman chain of
stores and every effort has bean
given to the detail of workman
ship and finish. They have extra
large French beveled mirrors, are
are aold In
from 112 to
1 6 cholde
of bright or
ette case In
cluded. We want
you to see
ooods I V lj2Wi Li
f mm " I' ' -XJJ I MS '
i I Ooods
fk I : z J are la
We want to
give you one
This Silverware is the genuine Rogers goods, which every one knows of. It is the
greatest proposition that has ever been offered in Omaha. Hundreds already have
been given a set free, and there have been hundi-eda oi aatisnea purchasers.
Com pie ta Bed Outfit
Bed,- Spring, Mattress
Bed la Just like above cut, large tub
ing, ornamental ohllls, finished In heavy
enamel, all popular colors. SPRINGS
are of best pliable steel, very strong.
BAiiKtsa naa sort top. Heavy ticking.
Special Sale of.
Brussels Rugs, 9x9 ft.,
former price q
1 12.80, sale price-' '
Brussels Rugs, 8-Sx
10-C feet, former
price $16.76, 11 OB
sale price ....''
Brussels Rugs, 9x12
feet, former price
22.26, sale 14 flft
Axminster Rugs, 8-S-x9-
price, $26.60, IB 76
Wilton Velvet Rug..,
-Jxl0- feet, former
price 28.00. 24 C19
sale price ... A''""
Wilton Velvet Rags,
9x1 1 feet, former .
price $36.10, 2ft OA
sale price ...A0'VW
Reversible Art Rugs
9x11 feet, former
price $8.76, M 7C
Kashmir Rugs, 9x11
feet, former price,
Worth or Tour
titling Folding 'in
Ce . Cart Special fj9j
Made of bicycle tubing,
gearing la constructed of
best steel and richly en
ameled. It has steel wheels
with large rubber tires.
Folds compactly with one
movement, step and alL
Ingrain Carpet, yard,
former price, 1
46c, sale price . .'SC
Ingrain Carpet, yard,
former price, KT
76c, sale price... "C
former price HS
92c, sale price. . .OJC
Velvet Carpets, for
mer price $1.10, AC.
sale price '
former price, I C
$1.75, sale pr...,'
Also Matting. OH
Lace Curtains, Drap
eries of every description.
Genuine Leather L T7 C
Turkish Rocker JLnf. i 3
Exactly like cut. Largo comfort
able slse, upholstered in genuine
leather, tufted back and a run,
side head rests as shown, ex
clusive Hartman design. Special
Exactly like cut shown. Made of hard
wood, nicely finished, top has con
venient spice drawers as shown, base
Is extra well made, size 24x46. 2 bins
I drawers and 2 boards. Cabinet Is
easily a $10 value.
to lead the league. The Browns team Is
now virtually complete. Hpencer continues
to hold out, but no attempt Is being made
to bring him to terms, aa he la not needed.
HerreacaonT aad Foot Will Play for
Chief Trophy Today.
PINEHURST. N. C, March 16 FTederlch
HerreechofT, the young Garden City player,
and J. D. Foote, the Apawamls veteran,
will meet In tomorrow's thirty-six hole final
round for the chief trophy as to the result
of today's semi-final round In the third
annual spring golf tournament. Mr.
Hnrreachoff defeated T. F. Llppy of Seattle
four and three, and Mr. Foote had a close
match with C. L. Becker of V oodland,
wliioh waa won by a Ions; putt on the home
In the consolation L D. Pierce of Wood
land and.J. Roberta Allen of Ottawa re
main. , .
Mr. Pierce won today s match from-. E.
Porter of the Allegheny Country club on
the twentieth green, and Mr. Allen- de
feated H. W. Rhodes of the Spring Haven
Country club, Pennsylvania, five and four.
Hart Ksockii Oat Rogers.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark.,- March 16. The
fight between Marvin Hart and Harry
Rogers, scheduled for twenty rounds, was
terminated In the second round by Hart
knocking Rogers sout with a right awing
on the Jaw.
Calraco Coatrols Haelaaeaw
CINCINNATI. O.. March 16. Tha Na
tional Base Ball commission today disal
lowed the clulm of Pitcher Rue! bach of
the Chicago Nationals that he is a free
atont In base ball and at liberty to sign
wherever he pleases. Ruelbach claimed
that his laat year s contract waa only for
one year and that as he waa tendered no
contract to sign for this year the Chicago
club no longer has any claim on his ser
vices. Ttve commission decided that bis
contract is for three years.
WITH TUB BOWLERS,
The Krug Parks won three straight
gamea from the Onlmoda laat night at the
Association alleys. There was plenty of
oi;iitMiciii., u.w ine urai game was won
right at the finish, the second a tie, which
the Krugs won in an extra frame, and
the laat was nearly even up to the last
frame. The Krug boys made a spectacular
finish, four of them putting three strikes
in tne tentn irarne. Marble had the hlarh
single gauie and total, with 216 and b-4.
1st. Id. d. Total.
11 1x2 171 f4
la 32 185 bU
144 li i-A 4t0
i 1M 17 txii
M 213 176 63
23 21 22 to
qti.hiti.iilii I T-
" The Ohlne
THAT CCES TWICE AS FAR
for the tournament Include 244 flve-men
teams, 611 two-men teams and 1,026 In
dividuals. The business meetings of the congress
will be held at tha Southern hotel during
the week, the election of officers taking
Missouri Defeats Kansas.
KANSAS CITT. Mo., March 15. The an
nual Indoor track meet of the universities
of Kansas and Missouri was held here
tonight and Missouri won, 4M to this
being Missouri's eighth consecutive victory
In the meet
Kid Murphy ftlvea Deelsloa.
MILWAUKEE!, Wis., March 18. Kid
Murphy of New York and Kddie Oreenwald
of Milwaukee fought a ten-roiiod bout to
night before the Milwaukee Boxing club,
Murphy getting the decision.
Totals 968 948 9W 2.896
BOWLEBI OiTHEH IM ST. LOUS
Play la Aamerlaaa Toaraaaneat Beglas
This Ertslsg at T O'clock..
ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 15. Preparations
have iMxta completed for the annual tour
nament oi the American Bowling congress,
which will be held here, beginning to
morrow night. The hall, containing twelve
new alleys, was formally turned over to
the local association. In direct charge of
the tournament, tonight.
Five-men teams, ttnly, will bowl tomor
row night, twelve Starting at T o'clock and
an egual number at 9:Ju Sunday the bowl
ers will si art at 1 p. m. and continue in
relays until 12, midnight, and will com
prise flve-men, two-men teams and in
dividuals. Xbe luui an tries that hava been received
The Burlington's "After-Pinner" Chicago train leaves Omaha
at 8:05 p. m., and arrives Chicago, in the heart of the business dis
trict, at 9:03 a. m. This 13-hour Journey will be comfortable not
too fast You will like the dining car service for breakfast In our
very handsome dining cars.
The menu is a la carte. You need not pay an arbitrary price of
a dollar for breakfast if you don't want to-r-you pay only for what la
Afternoon Train at 8:45, bringing you Into Chicago for an early
arrival at 7 a. m.
Daylight Special at 7:25 a. m. '
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