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T1TE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1003.
CITY rRUPKHTV FOR ft At. IB
HERE ARE TWO BARGAINS
SI 22 Burt f., t room and hath. New
Tlumblng, brink cellar under whole hou
(cemented): doubt floor. House as good
aa new. Iot aflxl.'O. Prlca for a few day
1530 Castellar. room and bath. 1524
CasteMar, room and bath. Thefie
hnuaea are tn fine condition. Modern
plumbing and gas. Both Castellar and IRth
atreeta pared and paving taxes fully paid.
Total annual rental Will sell both
houses for $5.WiO, or will ell each house
nrparateljr at $2,000.00 and 13.200.00.
MeCAGUE INVESTMENT CO.
1508 Dodge St.
X! F'EKT north wide Farnam near 20th, $ibO
a front foot. Harrison A Morton.
119) M477 8
FIVE ROOMS, $1,600
Dandy llttla plane, fire big rooms, nice
lot, with lawn and ahade; great biff barn
and wagon ahed. Car atopa In front of
door. Can show you why thin la the
biggest anap In Omaha today. Don't
STRINGER & CHILI),
63S I'Rxton Block. 'Phone Doug. 226L
. Q9) m t t
K A list AH It uArilil U.u I'OR BALK
FARM AND FKU1T LAND.
Urnver Oreeley oisUIcl, under Irrigation,
nugar been, alTalta, general terming and
fru.i raising: low price, easy pay moms.
National Investment Co., b2 braxideia
Blag., omaU. Tel. Douglaa WB1. .
ISlTy five or ten acres of fertile, Irrigated
land In the wonderful Ban l,uls valley,
and make iiwwy truck farming, or Hold
lor big advance In price within riexi
year, t lose to growing town. Host mar
ket. Price within roach of all. Write
A. F. Neely, Fori Garland, Colo.
THE HAGADORN INVEST
1G16 Tremont St., Denver Colo.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
NEBRASKA AND COLORADO
Some good invent menu in western Ne
braska rami. We have large holdings of
lands in the famous HAN I.UliS VAL
l.KY of Colorado, which we are offering
at very low prices, with permanent water
lights. The trior t productive lands In the
world. Write us for circular and prlco
IM of lands.
MAIN OFFICE. 1611 TREMONT ST.,
10 ACRES, A SACRIFICE..
Improvements worth good soil for
garden truck; near excellent market
This placii uiuai be sold at onco. Owner,
34J3 Meredith Ave., Omaha. 120) M2J9
480 ACRE8 of Improved land for sale or
(. traoe. Eitl No. aid St. tap) am Ix
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FIVE FEK CENT
money io loan on
Omaha xiusniess property,
InOobi L New lots. Ul Bids.
MONEY TO BUILD.
8300 to J.'tw.ixio at current rates.,
W. H. THOMAS, ua Ftm Nat. Bauk Blag.
WANTED Clly luuiia.
Potera Trust Co.
PRIVATE MONEY-NO DELAY.
GARVIN ltW FARNAM.
l'AYNE, BOSTWlCiv & CO., , N. Y. Life.
Private money; mi tu $j.UW); low rata.
i,(WO TO LOAN ou city Improved property
at 8 per eenu A.lulus Y 139. Deo,
LOWEST RATES Bemis.
WANTED City loans and warranta. W.
Farnam Smith &. Co.. 133) Farnam St.
$1 on TO 8'0.000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wcad Bldg., ISth and Farnam. (22) 759
MONEY TO LOAN Pay na Investment Co.
PRIVATE money to loan.
611 Brandels Bldg.
LOANS of 8600 to $5,000 on Omaha resi
O KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
loOl N. Y. Ufe Bldg.
PRIVATE FUNDS to loan on second real
estate mortgages. Apply room 218 First
National Bank Bldg. Bell Phone Doug
..2318. (2 too Nov 2
HIGHEST prices for 2d-hand furniture, car-
pel, ciothsa and shoes. Tel. Doug. S971.
RIGHT prices paid for td-hand furniture.
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoea. Tel. Red
TOUNO man with eight years' experience
ta general merchandise, wanta position;
uun ds in city, oeai oi reierencea fur
aUhed. Address Y 808, cars Eee.
EXPERIENCED stenographers; excellent
reiernces. u, umana nee, council Bluffs.
la. i27 M2a
rOBITION WANTED as office manager
or general office work; expert book'
keeper and stenographer; employed at
present. Address M 504, car Bee.
LADIES TAILOR, designer, cutter and
fitter, with Uis best reference from New
York, wishes position In city or Country.
auuicm i-ow, De uuice.
WANTED By a lady of refinement, accua
ttnd to traveling, a Doaltlnn aa
panlon to lady or managing housekeeper
for elderly gentleman of means. Address
Mrs. H. Snow, San Antonio, Tex., 230
r.n rimra Alt. Zt) M46 13X
WE have In stock (no delay) repairs for
vary mak of furnac. steam or hot water
neater, water I routs.
. OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS.
1208-08 Doualaa St
Telephones: Bell. Douglas 9w; Ind., A-S621.
THE 60UTH OMAHA AND WESTERN
RAILROAD COMPANY Soecial Meet.
Ing. Omaha, Neb.. Oolober 7, lvui. A ap
cial meeting of the stockholders of The
Couth omaua ana weswrn Kaiiroad Com
pany will b held at the office of lbs
Company in omaoa, Hft., on Friday, D.
camber 18. at 11 o'clock a. m.. for tha
putpos of authorising and providing for
lua saie o uw lauroaa oi l ne noutu Omaha
and Wektern Raliroad Company, with Us
Irancni'ea ana sppurienancea. us real rs
tata and Personal urooerty. ta ITnlnn
Citlo Railroad Company, the consideration
fur such ale to be the cancellation of
tha bonds and satlsfaetion of tu raort
gag of aaid Tha South Omaha and Wastara
Railroad Company, and tha assumption of
all Us other Indebtedness by the said
I'nlon Paclflo Railroad Com Dan ; and r...
IU purpose of transacting all such other
buslueaa as way icgaiiy coma befor tha
meeting. For tha purposes of the maating
in wwu Mr " Ul sioca wu
Ka rioted at 8 o clock P- m. on alon
December I, 1908, and will b reopened t
1I o'clock a. m. on Saturday, December
U. UM. A. JU. una. cirj . UMlloDla
The Twentieth Century Farmer
Oat Dollar fer Tear.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS 1
Carolina K Poppleton and Wlllam fc.
Pnppleton, trustees, to Josephine H.
WeldenfelleT. north 44 fet of lota 1
and 2ft, block 2. Poppleton prk...$ 2
Wlllltim B. Poppleton and wlfa to
same, north 44 feet of east 25 feet of
lot 18, block 20, Poppleton park I
Frank If. Parsona to A. 8. Billings,
Jr., lot S, block 1, Creston 850
William It. DeBuae to Henry H. John
son et al. west 62 feet of nft of lot
72. Oises addition 6
B. R. Hume and wife to Mary Henna,
lot IS, block 6. Orchard 11111 t
Hugh EI Wallace to same I
Maagle V. O'Donnell to Thos. O'Don
neii, a lot 1L block 10, Kountse 4th
Jacob Weber and wife to D. W. Mer-
row, lot X, block 107, Florence 1
Imperial Investment Co.- to The
Taschuek Real Estate Co., lot 18,
block 2. 1st sub-division of Orlffen
aV Smith's addition 1,500
Anne Westergard to Joseph O. Pflug,
lot I, block I, Lowes' sub-division.. 800
Ernest H. Button and wife to Peter
M. Waugberg, lot 26, block 15, Han
scorn Place 8,750
C. George Carlberg and wife to John
H. White, lot 8. Carlberga re-plat.. 8,000
Frank Durr to Mary Caasldy, nSi lot
.1. blork W, South Omaha 700
Agnea Murphy et al to Frank Durr,
lot 10, block 96, South Omaha 1,00
Robert Burke to same 1
Thomas Burke et al to ssme..... 1
Helen V. Mclaughlin and hutfhand
to James Howard, south 87 feet of
lot 8. block 2, West Omaha 18,000
Clark E. Mickey et al to Union Pa
rlftc Railroad Co., 62-1,000 of an acre
In section 7-15-13 1
Edwin F. Rralloy, sheriff, to Omaha
Loan & Building Association, lot 9,
biock 74, South Omaha 1,123
Same to same, lot 1, block 12, Corrigan
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha. Neb., November 2, 1908. 3eal;d
proposal. In triplicate, will be received
here and by quartermasters at the posts
named herein, until 10 a. m., central stand
ard time, December 2, 1908. for furnishing
shelled corn during the fiscal year ending
June HO, 1909, at Omaha Q M. Depot, Forts
Crock, Omaha and Robinson, Nebraska;
Forts Leavenworth and Riley, Kansas;
Forts D. A. Russell and Mackemie, Wyo
nih'g; Port Des Moines, Iowa, and Fort
Meade, South Dakota. Proposals for de
livery at other placea will not be enter
tained. United States reserves right to re
ject or accept any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Information furnished on
application here, or to quartermasters at
the stations named. Knvt lopes containing
proposals should be marked "Proposal foi
r orase, and addressed to Major 1. E.
McCarthy, C. Q M.
THREE BIG TROPHY PENNANTS
Brandels Will Fly College Flags to
Greet the Foot Ball Teams
The. Nebraska and Ames foot ball teams,
which come to battle for honors at Omaha
Saturday, will find their color are given
great prominence at Brandels'.
From the flag pole at the top of Brandels
building will float an lmmenee red and
white banner, bearing the name of Ne
braska. This pennant Is fifty feet long
and twenty-five feet wide, and tha colors
of Nebraska's Stat university can be seen
on this pinnacle for miles.
Suspended from the windows on the Six
teenth street front of Brandels store Will
be two more pennants, one In Amea and
the other In Nebraska colors. After the
game la over these huge pennants will
be presented to the respective foot ball
CREIGIITO: If AS HARD GAME!
Kansas Aaglra Ton ted aa Likely to
Put I j Stilt Contest.
Crclghton Is scheduled for one of the
hardest names of the aeason this afternoon
at Vinton street nark, when the wearers
of the blue and white will meet the A gules
oi nansus. creignton nau a hard game
at Vinton street,, park last Saturday when
me jenvir team came down irom the
mountains and beat them by a decisive
score. Bo sever was the game that some
of the players are still In bad shape from
ine meets or tha hard contest.
Crelghton has a good team this year and
has a good record except for the defeat of
last Saturday, and every effort will be ex-
tenaeu to reaeem the game lost to the
While some of the Crelahton stars wilt
be out of the game today Captain Maarirl
will be found in the lineup for the first
tima In some weeks. - Stevens will be out.
but Kramer, who showed up so well last
Saturday, will take his Dlace. The Kansas
team arrived lat night and Is reported to
ue quite a team, u lie game will be called
at 8 o'clock this afternoon. The lineup:
Boyle R. 1 L E Rtnoiiw
lirennin R. f lUT Faua
BloeOora R. U. L. O Hlarl-rn
Blereulu c ..O KndU
Lynch, Toung L. O. R. O.
Kin, Moriy L. T.I R. T.
. .. Gingery
Kramr ,...L. K.iK. B..
Wasner Q. D j Q. B..
Mlrl (C.) L. H R. H..
Miiulre K. H.I U. H..
Doujhertjr, Bakule. .V. ti. F. B. .
EVENTS OJf TUB RUNNIXO TRACKS
Mtaa Sain Wlaa Handicap Raca at
Latonta by Two Leagtba.
CINCINNATI. O.. Nov. 6 Two favoritea
won at Latonla today. Miss Sain, the fa
vorite easily won the handicap at a mile
and a sixteenth by two lengths from Red
Gauntlet, with Gliding Belle third. Honest
easily won tha fifth event from Merrick,
Topuy Robinson, third. Pleaae, the favorite,
finished last. Summaries:
hirst race, five and one-half furlonera:
Mrs. Sewell (lu3, Brannon, 10 to 1) won,
Almena (105, Martin, 8 to 1, place) second,
Serape (105, Troxler, even, show) third.
Time: l:l8Vt. Harriet Rowe, Variation,
Chalice, Kinlly Almanac, Pouting , Betsy,
Olive Fly, Serenade, The Mlaaus and Den
ver Girl also ran.
Second race, five furlonirs: Sea Swell (112.
Deverlch, 8 to 6) won. Jolly (108, Martin,
piace to 6) second. Homo i. Birtler. to
1, show) third. Time: l:ouH. Hawka Light,
Juliet M.. May Luta. Dr. Flat. Be Brief,
Tuscan Gold, Automatlo and fceola, -ran.
itnra race, six furlongs: George Bailey
(107, Troxler, 20 ta 1) won, Canoplan (10?,
Martin, 3 to 1,-place) aecond, Tom McAfee
(107, Butler, 6 to :, show) third. Time: 1:14.
W. T. Kemper. Canadla. Stoner Hill.
Tackle, King Folly, Fresh Bensonhurst and
v oung aiso ran.
Fourth race, mils and a sixteenth: Miss
Sain (112. Deverich, 8 to 5) won. Red Gaunt
let (lua, Kennedy, 4 to 5. place) second.
Gliding Belle (81, Brannon, even) third.
Time: 1:4H. Woolstona and Bally Preston
Fifth race, six furlongs: Honest (102. Ken
nedy, 4 to 1) won, Merrick (109, Butler, 8
to 8, place) aecond, Topsy Robinson (111,
Deverlch, even, show) third. Tima; 1:14.
Plfsae also ran.
Sixth race, six furlongs: Bonart (106,
Brannon, T to 2) won, RexaU (105, Butler,
10 to t place) second, Oresham (102, E.
Martin, out. ahow) third. Time: 1:14H. 6am
Clay, Cornlo Opera. Martlua, Coon. Bone
brake, Javanese and Warner Qrlswell also
Mott Make I.avr Seora la
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Nov. 8-Hlgh
winds and extreme cold made low score
almost Impossible in the nuallfying round
of the Atlantic City Country club'a an
nual fall golf tournament, which began
hero today. There was an unusually
Urge field, with players from New v0rk,
Philadelphia, Boston. Pittsburg and
many other aectlona of the country. So
large was the field that it waa found
necessary to offer a cup for tha seventh
sixteen, there being lit actual partici
pants. Richard Movt of Rtverton made tha low
actira for medal play with 88. The other
fifteen to qualify In the first sixteen for
tha govarnor'a cup were:
11. B. Newton. Frankford
A. T. Hall, Rivarton
lkuglaas Grant, Richmond
W. Smedley, Spring Haven
W. E. Shackelford, Atlantto City.
K. Satterwaithe, Rlverton
II A. Mac key. Atlantic City...,,
F. S. Sherman, Atlantic City
A. W. TUllnghaat, Philadelphia..
K. K. Blair, Frsnkford...
W. B. Hambly, Pittsburg
H. H. H. Stoover, Atlantic City..
R. T. Hayne. Vale
J. P. Armstrong. Wilmington.,.,
Frank Sear. F"x Hllla
Dr. M. K, Nelffer. Philadelphia.
CROWDS FOR B!C CONTEST
Two Thousand Lincoln People Will
See Ames-Nebraska Tly.
DLETZ PARK WILL SEAT 4,000
Eqalpraent for AH Was Attend the
Great Foot Ball Game, Blg
ateat Athletic Eveat of
Reports from Lincoln show that over 1,000
reserved seats for the Nebraska-Ames game
have already been sold at Lincoln and the
Indications are such that the Burlington
road Is preparing to handle 2,000 people
from Lincoln. With 1,000 reserved aeaU
already sold and one day yet to sell and
hundreds who will simply buy the general
admission tickets the prospects are for an
enormous turnout from Lincoln. Ames
Will also bring a throng and Omaha will
assume a real college aspect.
The boxes are now on sale at Myers-Dillon's,
and If an advance sal can be taken
aa an Indication of a crowd, . Diets park
will see one of the largest foot ball throngs
which ever turned out In the west for any
gridiron battle. Omaha followers of tha
sport have become foot ball hungry and
they are taking this chance to see a real
game. So great will be the crowd that no
carriage nor automobiles will be admitted.
Many windows of the leading stores are
already displaying the crimson and white
of Nebraska and the cardinal and gold of
Ames and the town Is simply foot ball
craxy. A line stands In front of the ticket
seller at Myers-Dillon's all day buying
tickets for the game. This Is a Sure Indi
cation of a crowd, especially In face of
the fact that Omaha peop' ha'e not been
educated up to buying foot ball tickets
before the game.
The stands have all been completed and
have been passed upon by the building In
spector. Large timbers were used and the
stands are said to be especially strong.
Because of the great nelght to whloh the
stands run a good view of the entire field
may be had from any seat In the stand.
In the evening both teams will oocupy
boxes at the Boyd.
Alnmnl Entertain Amea.
Under the leadership of J. Wilkes Jones,
general manager of the National Corn
show, who Is also a professor at Ames,
a banquet will be given the team at the
Toung Men's. Christian association Satur
Mlna Jessica Beeack, In charge of the
woman's department of the Corn show and
also head of the domestic science depart
ment at Amu, ta active In the prepara
tions for thl banquet, and any Amss
alumni who desire to attend It may reach
Miss Besack at telephone Douglas 2S01. It
Is the desire that all Omaha and Council
Bluffs alumni attend, but U will be neces
sary to let Mies Besack know, so that ar
rangements may be mad definitely as to
The Amea team arrived In Omaha Friday
Afternoon for a good rest at the Rome be
fore the game this afternoon, bespit the
bear reports the entire team la In good
Bhapo except Graham at left end, who will
be out of the game. Ills place will be
taken by Rlppert.
Coach Williams said last night that he
had confidence of winning the game, al
though he recognlaed the strength Of the
CornhUBkers. He said that he had heard
from Minneapolis that tho ?jrnhusker8
had the best team they ever put on the
field, but he said he wM in th same po
altlon and they were here to give the lovers
of the gridiron gam In Omaha a game
to be remembered. The Ames team re
tired early last night under orders from
the coach and will remain close to their
rooms until they are taken to Dleti park
The Cornhuskers will com from Lincoln
on th special this morning.
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CORN HITS KEH9 NOT CONFIDENT
Too Many Cripples In th Lineup io
Salt Coach Cole.
LINCOLN, NEB., Nov. . (Special) Ne
braska Is confident of defeating Ames at
Omaha tomorrow afternoon. The team has
several cripples In its lineup and will enter
the contest In poor condition tor the hard
struggle that will be fought. Four of the
varsity regulars are suffering from Injur
ia that will rjrobablv Drevent their exert
ing themselves to their utmost. Cooke la
in the worst shape and will not he In tho
game. He waa out for practice this after
noon, but Coah Cole announced tonight
that he would not let him enter the contest
tomorrow. Bentley, Cooke's substitute at
qiiarter, did not report for practlc todny
and It Is doubtful whether he will be nbla
to play against Ames. His side is paining
him a great deal and Coach Cole will not
use htm unless Miner, who will start the
game at quarter, la forced to retire. Harte,
rlnht tackle, received a sprained ankle at
practice yesterday and did not report this
afternoon. He will play tomorrow, hut It is
expected that his Injured foot will give him
consklerabla trouble. Johnson left end, Is
still suffering from bruises received at
Iowa City and It is doubtful whether he
will be able to play the entire game.
The final practice for the week waa held
at Antelope para tots arternonn, wncre tnn
Cornhuskers ran through signala for an
hour. A crowd of 600 rootera who marched
from the university, led by the band, wit
nessed the practice and cheered the team
This crowd of rooters practiced yells and
songs that ara to De given at the game to
morrow. The Cornhuskers went through the signal
work In fine style. Miner waa at quarter
and worked the team fast, keeping its mem
bers on the move all the time. The stu
dents were allowed to see tha new "Peek-a-boo"
plays for the first time this week.
Tha Cornhuskers show up well In using
these plays, and the rooters who watched
When. you meet your friends
tell them to see our offerings of
ready-to-wear suits and over
coats. Our clothes have class
and merit peculiarly attractive
to critical buyers; and we sell
them at $20.00 to $40.00. At
$25.00 we have unusually attrac
tive offerings. Drop in and talk
W. T. BOURKE,
Men's Fashion Shop,
319 So. 16th St.
th rractloe predict that Nebr.tfkn ' bound
to score when some vaTlety of "Peck-a-brto"
Is brought Into use tomo.iow.
Itirkner's place kicking was a feature of
the practice. Me competently booted the
ball between the croea bare from the
thirty-five yard line and the rooters are
hoping that he will be able to repeat this
work In the game tomorrow. In a game,
however, Ulrkner grows nervous and his
kicking Is unually a mlxerabl failure. This
wa the caae at Iowa City last week.
The special train carrylnff the Nebraska
team band and rooters will leave here at
8:46 o'clock In the morning for Omaha, tt
la estimated that nearly 1.&00 people will
make the trip. At the city ticket office
of the Burlington at 8 o'clock this after
noon 700 tickets for paseage on this special
train hid been sold.
BEI.LEVl E IS BADLY BRt'lKED
Practlclnv Hard for Pern Second
Team Plays Dandee.
With the Bellevue-Peru same only a
week off the foot ball squad et Rellevue
is doing the hardest kind of practice and
getting In lino as fast as possible for the
struggle next Saturday.
There are a good many discouragements
before the team and unusual effort will be
necessary to win from the husky State
Some new plays were Introduced this
week, but practically the sa.me system
heretofore used will be followed, practice
being more to perfect what is already being
used than to learn new formations.
A moat discouraging development at pres
ent Is a crippled knee of the fullback. En
field. Last season he was' bothered st
times with a dangerously swollen knee and
for the last ten days the same trouble has
been developing. At rvresent Enfield is un
dergoing electrical treatment In Omaha, no
one at Bellevue being able to more than
guess whether or not he will be ready for
Peru when they come onto the gridiron.
If Bellevue pulls through the season vic
torious It will be more than a crellt to
the men who play. For, a collrge tea.m to
lose iwn nairnacKS in succession by broken
bones, sometimes the quarter and captain
and likely the fullback for the heavy game
of the season. Is a hard blow and tries tho
team to the utmost. .
The Peru aRereaatlnn will nrnve a hard
nut for Bellevue to crack. Already victor!-
ous over Doane, usually Bellevue's strong-
est enemy, they will come to Bellevue ready
to win if there be the smallest possibility
of doing so. The misunderstanding that
developed between Bellevue and Peru last
year will Incite the Peruvians to plav their
best ball of the season on the Bellevue
gridiron. In order that the team and Rtu-
dents might attend the Ames-Nebraska
game at Omaha Manager Hamblln has-not
scneauien any game tor today. Pract'ce i
will be held on the Bellevue gridiron this y
morning ana me scnooi win go to Omaha
after dinner. The second team, however,
has accented a name with the Dundee t. m
at Dundee. The second team lineup will
he substantially as follows: Center, Marck
ley; right guard, Curtis; risht tacklt, Potts;
right end, Hunter; leit guard, Arnold; left
tackle Paulsen; left end, Johnson; quarter
back, Mohr. captain; right halfback, Har
vey; left lialfbaek, Shrum; fullback, Ar
nold. MISSOT RI Oft WAV TO DES MOIXKS
Titters Travel North to Do Battle with
Meat of Drake.
' COLUMBIA, Mo., Nov. 8. (Special.) The
Tigers, headed by Coaches Monllaw and
Anderson, left Saturday night In a special
Pullman over the Wabash for I)a Moines,
la. where they play Drake University Sat
urday. Missouri rooters Rave them a
rousing send-off, and over 500 howling stu
dents followed them from the mass meet
ing to the train.
All week the Tigers have been resting,
rather than scrimmaging, In preparation
for the Drake game. Their showing
against Ames lat.t Saturday proved that
they lacked condition, and had gone some
what stale. They were pointed for the Iowa
contest and had never sufficiently recovered
from that gruelling game. So to prevent
ataleness and another defeat, Monllaw
rested his men and did not take a Blngle
chance for an increase In tha hospital list
by scrimmage. Six coaches have been on
the field every night, however, singling
out the men and teaching them the finer
points of their positions. Besides Monllaw
and his chief assistant, Anderson, -the
Tigers have been learning things from
Lowman and Howell, class team coaches
and old players- Dr. BUrckwalter, a
former Springfield Tech player, and Dr.
Gibson, fortm-r sub-quarter on Harvard,
who is now In the university faculty and
who Is full of pop and ginger.
When asked about the probable outcome
of the game Saturday, Coach Monllaw re
fused to be quoted. He said, however, that
Drake, his old school, and the one he used
to coach, would like mighty well to rub It
In to him, and he anticipated a hard game.
l-te seems most worried over the physical
condition of the men, and la taking sev
eral veterans along, Rlstine, Driver ' and
Oravea among them, who are atlll crippled
and In poor shape for such a hard game.
rverai shirts nave Deen made in tha
I 1 11 mi i i
Leaves Union Station, Omaha, 6 p. m. Arrives at
Union Station, Chicago, 8:30 a. m., via the
Milwaukee Ql St. Paul
This is the preferred train of Omaha business
men. The schedule is convenient. The meals in
the dining car are excellent, and all the comforts
of the club will be found in the buffet-library car.
Two other daily trains to Chicago at 7:25 a. m.
and 9:58 p. m.
' I. A. NASH, General Watrn Agont
1524 FARNAM STREET, OMAHA
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"UNION" nnd not pay one cent more than you are asked in
varsity line-up this week that may Improve
the fighting strength. Anderson will
henceforth use his 206 pounds at left guard,
replacing Carothers, and "Tubby" Graves
Will go In at left tackles, where he has
played for two years, thus leaving his
: lormer piace ai iiiiinaca to db lougm out
fby Wilder and Ewlng. With these excep
I lions, the varsity will line-up against' Drake
as against Ames, as rollows: Driver uw),
left end; Graves (187), left tackle; Ander
son (205), left guard; Rlstine (178), center;
Captain Miller (186), right guard; Bluck
(1!28), right tackle; Nee (176), right end;
Deatherage (142), quarter; Gilchrist (181),
left half: Alexander (164), right half; Wilder
Other men who will probably get In the
game are: Hill (169), center; Roberts (14)
and Carothers (ISO), guards; Gove (176) and
Barnes (184), tackles; Williams (164) and j
Burress (170) ends; Saunders (130) and I
Trowbridge (138), quarters: Craln (161) and !
ronn (165), halves; and Ewlng (174), rull
back. The team will arrive In the Iowa cartltal
Friday morning, and will limber up at the
Drake stadium Friday afternoon.
Drlmonta Play Monmouth Park.
The Pelmont foot baft Nm will play the
Monmouth Perk team Sunday at BnSon
EbrI park and are training hard for the
content. Last evening the team went
through stiff practice with the second t am
under the dlrctlon of Coach Pattersnn, an
old Dunlop Hish achool man. With the
addition of Mooney, Roach,- Cliilwen and
M-irks the lineup of the team has been Im
proved. ' Toler Trial at Toledo.
MARSHALLTOWN, la., Nov. 6.-(Special
Telegram.) The case of murder against W.
D. Toler for killing George W. Davla in
July, whloh was the climax of disorders
Incidental to the Iowa Central strike, was
ordered tried In Tama county district court
at Toledo today by Judge Bradshaw. The
change of venue waa granted on motion of
Tho sudden calling forth of ex
treme muscular exertion, la
the frequent emergencies you meet,
is a matter of physical exhilaration
$4 and 5$
SOLD IN EVERY TOWN
LEWIS A. CROSSETT, Ine.
Vorth Abingtor- Ma,
Credit Plan Is Open to All
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wise is sutlicient."
uuomen s ranouiis
Beautifully made and smartly tailored, materials are
fine broadcloths, chevrons, cheviots and worsted.
Jackets elaborately trimmed, lined throughout,
skirts made to match jack-
ets, all colors, $'27.50 values,
Saturday for only
Stock Reducing Sale
Tomorrow we start another week of our big sale and
continue to sell men's beautifully tailored suits and
overcoats, well worth $12.50, tesry
$15.00 and $18.00, at the ff
Men' winter under garments
Men's all wool
worth $3. SO,
' 131517-19 FARNAM ST.
EVEAYTHIHO BOLD ON PATMIITI
500 Sample Suits for Saturday
Largest and Most Exquisite Showing in Omaha.
5 Skirt Store n.L
The pleasure of wearing a beautifully made and . fin
ished Suit is doubled when yon know you bought it at about
one-half regular price. Here's your chance to double the
value of your dollars. It's an unusual opportunity made
possible by unusual circumstances. These 500 Sample Suits
is one of our many cash purchases made by our New. York
$22.50 to $35 SATURDAY
These Suits are made in' the Directoire effect and semi
fitting, in worsteds, broadcloths, serges and sherons, also
many fancy stripes.
YOUR CHOICE 5dayr 1445
Another Big Purchase of French Voile Skirts, With
Silk and Heatherbloom Underskirts
This lot of voiles and underskirts is the largest pur
chase ever made by a western concern.
These garments would ordinarily sell at $8.50 and $15.00.
The underskirts are well worth $3.50 and $5.00. This com
bination, including either the silk or Heather- $fy 95
bloom underskirts, will go Saturday at. a
Via Des Moines
Rock V. Islam
III IS SSBPexcellentH
DAILY TRAINS Nlljjlll W
IKr ver the Fast Line nI'
KmAHA to CHICAGO
Into La Salle St. Station
Nearest Chicago's business
center, shopping and hotel
I have a treatment Tor
tha cure of Ruptura
which ia safe and with
out pain; It is convenient
to take, and do time ia
Ons Treatment Will
Do tha Work
I have no medicine or
trusaa for sale. Hf
8PFX-IALTr 19 TUB
CURING OK RUPTURE.
There ia no treatment
that can be used at homo
that will cure. When
taking- my treatment all
patients must oome to my
office, and If they live out
of town tbey can return
noma the aame day.
MY CLAIMS TO
T am a graduate and licensed physician, and permanently ee
tabllehed in taia city, where I have a first class professional and
business reputation. I claim to be tha leading expert in this
part of tha country In tha successful treatment and cue of
Rupture, and have cured hundreds of persons, many of whom
live In this city and adiacenfc towns.
I GUARANTEE A CURE.
I will cure all persona afflicted with Ruptura before aooept.
Inc their money, and, furthermore, I will maXe my charge rea
sonable, call at my of ho for free examination, or writ and I
Will send a long list of navmea of persons whom I Itava cured.
FRANK H. WRAY, M. D,
Room l mug., Ouutiia, Neb.
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With Us and Pay
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