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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4. 190$.
FORD RIVERS TO GET TO bHOW i
Experts from South Brave Swollen.
Strtamj Eaxoiite to Orrialu..
KOTHUO tlS KEEP TBXX AWAY
Prtmw f OkhkMM KtlMI
Callejea sf Icrlnltirc er
sea at OMarln (aalmf te
A little matter Ilk & roaring, rampaging
river was unable to keep Prif. W. L. Eng- !
luh of Uie Oklahoma College of Agriculture
ftom arriving cn time at the National Corn
eipoeiuoa. Tuesday Prof. English drove '
fifty miles, forded three, bad.y exaggerated '
creek, and crossed the Cinamarron r'.vr .
In a. skow In order to be able to leave
Stillwater. That, town la rather badly
named at present, according to Pi of. Eng
lish, who declared that the Cinamarron
liver Is behavtng qjlte "vivacious, y '
Put Prof. Er.g'leh la not the only hero
who arrted tn Omaha Thursday. A. M
TenEyca. professor of agronomy In the
Kansas State toiler of Agriculture, and
J. M Gil man. president of the Kansas
Corn Breeder.' aaaorlation, a-so have va.ld
claims to Cam eg., medal..
Prof. TenEyck ar.d Mr Oilman captured
unassisted the other day ona uf the wiluest
eara ef corn in the whole state of Kanaaa ,
and 'lnrare-Tating It In a b ateel wre 1
cage have born it in triumph to tiie Corn !
exposition. The .talk la neid fast :n a
Ilaater of par a cast, but the root, are Im
prisoned In the wl.e cage.
Make Light sf Their Frat.
The two men are disposed to make light
of their feat and say their oniy object i to
show how tiie roots grow In a corn hill.
After rlrst ensnaring the stalk In tne p. as
ter of pails cast they made a deep incision
a:ounil tne hill in "hlch the stalk grew
and at ;n critical moment caught this
cub. cal block of earth m tha wire nett.ng.
I..b tartn i then lured out by means
of a force pump and the entire wia of t.ie
plant can are thus left to view. This
From the time you
light it to the moment
the butt end burns
SIR HORACE PLUNRETT INCITY
Dublin Baronet Makes Annual la
xpection of Omaha Interest.
who wtit to the (ti.n adorned In his col
Chiney W.thneil was n't at the game.
H" strrpiy went to Seward.
Bfjr the gm a puw-wow wss held
at tne Linden wh K-h jJ comrades and
foee aa Waiter Eckereeil. I'harlea Erwin,
Gordon Claefce and Hen-r T Clarke, jr..
ail of tKe t'iiinn dm, and Harry Tukey.
C. L. Thomas. Bui Whitiaker. FU-rH Hoaa-
WILL GIVE TALK AT COILS SHOW j )&LjXrlioc:,r lT t"-'D'
That the )'HI for the afternoon m.ant
be practiced up to better advantage the
Oman contingent had the ordinary at tne
Lincoln st aside for dinner and there.
W1THSELL BALKS ON ORDER
Building Inspector DeSet City Conn
cil Under Charter.
FIRE LDCTS AGAIN awaTTTT.
aV af eB 7
afTll alv IT TWY w w TAWm lWTltT i
Irelaael r.reatly laleree4 im skxpaal-e
tiow. Declare t letter, Wle Ala
Breaks f Esaeralel lal
"I can teil you ncthlr.g r"ar-!lng new
buildings." said S.r Horace Plunkett of
: Dbiin Thu;sJav morning S r Hraci is
! in Omaha on h a annual trjr of inspection
iif his pr pe'ea in the Vnjtei Statea and
' a '.so to attend the Corn eaposition. He
..l make an ad'ir-sa at the rxpoeillon the
t-p ning day.
' "I arrived only this morning and I have
j bar 11 y had tine to look abcut. I ahail go
tr m i.ire to Wyoming and tn-n retara to
Oman f r a short Ume. Then I may be
I abie to make a decis.on about new build-
w:th the doors cioed the old Mli" men
of Omana practiced up some college yeiia
which were the admiration of the entire
rmt.ng contlrgr!t on the field Wednes
day arieraocn. Ben Cotton waa lea.l r of
the chorus when tl.e sungs wre sur.g.
WITH THE BlIXLrill.
Frajiclsco his star'ed a new ten-pin
fame on the Aa'clatinn alleys called
n-.erry-ro-round. This game closes Christ
mas eve. This Is a twnvman event Any
bow .er can chooee a partner and bowl
tnree games and can bowl aa many times
aa he choosea. but la each event must
take another partner Nu two men can
how! together more than one series. En
trance for each evert per man, iS cents
The money will be divided. 5. Jn and S'
per cent Vho wine the Christmas money?
WarekssM rrisn kf K. W nixi
Starts a, Haw that pitta the
itty A4aalaiatratlea la
proves itself King of
all ten cent cigars. A
properly cured Havana
tiller and Sumatra
wrapper account for
its nne bouquet and
its smooth smoking
Ask Your Cigar Wan.
Cfcaa. tmaT Clgr Co
in addition t tne powers herein granted, '
cltiea governed Dy this act s.-.a.l hate!
pow-r iv ord nanie to prer:be lire '.irr.r.s ,
and ri.ate t.ie erect;. m of ail hui.dinas
a.id oi.ier structures :tr.:n the tpTi.- ,
lim.ts. ucn urainance e. an not be
suepended or mixiif id ty res.iiu::on n.r
s.'.a.l eaccptjene be ma ie by n.nan"e .r
r.-exuution in lav-T oi any pereon. t:rm or
corporaticn or .oncerning any partuui.ir t
lot or buiidiro?. Section 14. LnapLer xxxu.
ot the C.:y charter. ;
City Building Inrpei-tor C. H. Wlthnoil j
alii cay no attention to ine lr.atractl- nj i
In the mot exciting game of ten pins f ,he .i-mn, rati,- c.tv cn,,.,. it r,,. ,i. I
i-m ' hwied on the Aeeootatlon allovs this year .... ,,
-he r.ir.f. man two ,mi uf three fnm faied iu last ession. and will mt vio
Sir Hora.-e haa change-i not at all in ap- V" liT'sri ."l I Uui the cKy charter and the law. as ty it 1
p.-ran. e since his lant v.sit to the city, M. in, h,d a walkaway, but the Fal- ! ordered, and .:. n f,, .h.
, ptairs tov-a tne next two. Merger imis.-.oi i ,. ,
I th- '.ast giune by striking out. and waa i erect" vt ' r71n;e "l-'-i.
) followed on the ether team by Huntlnarton tr.e fire limits of t.ie ciry of Crr.aha.
wita i.r stnuea. t.ogswe!i naa nigh total. The dwnoc.-atlc city courn;:! wmtied t.
A whisker famous fcr ovrr SO rears
as " The Bt Rye in the FieU." A
clean, straight whiskey that has
been made as pure as scientific
distillation ran make it
Bottled in Bond
Try a ha.'f-pint Cask you'll find it just right.
If roar dealer eati't snnply yon. wnta ua
f jt name of deaier who wilL
A. CBckanhaimar Sc. Broa
DntilUrt, Pituburt, Pa.
fiQTTUk r" BOND
all over :i.e Auditorium
those fi r t. T- b.g .ano dva.ers wh
exi.ibit mil undoubtedly arouse more thaa I show th-se instruments ami pianola.".
ordinary interest for except amopg acien
tlflc farmers there Is little popular knowl
"ige as to Low tne roota of com grow.
"Oklahoma is a long way off. but there
are a goodly number coming to the Na
tion; Own exposition." said Prof. Eng'.ah.
"Kansas will send from to Li"U. ' said
Prof. Teij Eyk. 'There will be a special
train from Manhattan where the agricul
tural College la. D. C Paullin. president
of tb iCansaa Com Breeders' association,
will bVTiere sometime Hiursday."
Klr- Wnanaa ta Eater.
The honor of In :ng the first woman to
enter an exhibit has fallen to Mias Eliza
beth Knutmii of Blair, who brought
iloxen ears in Thursday morning. Miss
but will not be
formar.ct-s at the fame tinre.
too nt-ar together.
FIELD CLUB HAS BIG PROFIT
save rtz. :.ai;s there are one or two but not
j morT gray hairs ;n his beard. His greai
j in;ertt In Urr.a.iA has n't aaned In the
I iat. but it is te:nporar..y eclipsed ry tae I gj,-. T"e:ght
i C'-m exitia.tion. Citrs. Score
j "Wi; are tak.ng a g -'1 deal of interest
abr.'Hl In the expos. :.un." said he- "Of
course, ire. and ri.jm r.o c m. but the ag-
rlcuiturai quest.' a Is the ciurf one in
j lanu. and you doubtl-sa know tnat what
' amounts to an ef-unomic revolution is on.
I The policy of giving t'.e .and to the ten-
an try through loans mau- by the govern
i men; is be.r.g s;ea-J.iy pursu-!. and there
has U-en a sec.nd JnJ.".. impropriation
; for tl. .a purpose, U-aities the first KkJti, v.
T..e tenant :.l have '.wo or U-ree genera
iiona t pay back the loan. '
In answer to a o,u-stiun as to the effect
, of tiiis ork on ti.e agitation for home
. - j ruie. Sir Hor' e said;
Among others are! "Tha 'wo preposition, are. of courw, en-
( ..-j j t.ie.y irpd.sir aiiu u.s.iicu, out i. auyyustr
p. es- ti.e :anu-purnasir.g acts have had
some efrrt in a,.a;ir.g agitation. ln
pti;tii.ai agitator ad a class thrives on d.s-
! content and when measures are in pro
i gn-ss of working out which make for
prosperity, the agitator's power I. so much
'There waa some interest !n Ireland over
the Chancellors and Gate
! 1st. 2d. Id
j Veals 11 1"S
ro-:-.rsne ..... " lT l"S
! Drman I't 131 1
! Blskerev "! lt i
Huntington 1T2 l!i io
TMaJa fCl KT
1st. 2d. 5."
1 cogsw-'ii :i 11
! Klauck 1 lHI 1
' Waimth ! 1
i Jordin HfT :? :":
Berger I si 1"S 2XS
j Ttals W asi T-4
grant perm.ssion to E. W. Li.xjn to buiid
a frame warenouse a: Eight-nih and
buiinlng was to 1 '.-j stor.oi
1 feci, and to be covered wuu
Tale at the Perait.
;..-s I Mr. Dix.m f'.rst appiiei !r a
I the bUi.d.r.g Inspector s tfTice,
Totol. i turned down on amount '..,
provision. He then went before
cii In committee of the ;.") t
w j weens
In the Assaciatlon leasrie last
Swtfs won two out cf three games against
ago and asaeU for the per.niL Councilman
Zimnian strenuously objected t j t -.e viola
tion of the charter pr lvisKin. and l.-.t ci';g:i
h.s efforts the permissron was t.ten denied.
i.ie ruuiiLuilidil 10n.el1a.l1g tllal i.iere
tiie expc'siti' n.
to have per-
for t.iey are 1
the Dreshera. The laat two garnc w-re nj .JM tn hav.n f, .; f '
close, especially the second, which wa. , arv
won by pinch howling bv Faterson. who i t0 generally .gnored. He a. so tailed
made . double in the iaat frame. lunter 1 ailention to t.ie fat t.iat a frame buiid.ng
" n'"M 11, ' r, ' , I covered with corrugi;e,i iron is m
h'.n total. 64? Tonight
Signal Corps. scor
ttoa O gflcers Chcvaea.
et Praflt af H.fM. for Year .ow. lhe Pre..der.t:al contest, but on the whole
at Aaaaal Meetl.g af (lr,l... America politic, are not very well under-
i khu nuruaa. jubi as are doi in
I tliia country. It 13 .'mtimps very dif-
. . , . ! f.cu!t to Til the difference between two
at Ue annual meetinif of the Fifld club.
it,i in t V! r. .rniTr.-1al cliih Vwtn.tar! w
1 . m . , , ; w;th the Outa very ar.xious to become the
tr Vs. Mntrt.K. In fVa r.J-t,,ri- r-.f r-fMitrr i iS !
, ' . 1 ! Sir Horare wished to know how the
l'l nin.Aii'TiD mi t.iT "-3L, ll'a l.i:rTi'T a .
par;ies in another country except that they
may be classified us the Ins and Outs.
I 1st. 11. 3d.
' Lundgreen 1S3 ;a
Stafford 11 1 1M
Anderson 1-i 1.T7 155
Totals ?4 tic io4
1st. 2.1. I.
Hunter 1 W
Henderson 1SS 147 144
I Paierson 173 1?1 1S3
I Totals Si f"S 4!3
more uf a
j fire trap than "ne not so covered.
In the reg iiar meeting of the council on
i Tuesday night the matter of the permit
came up ag:ui. Councilman Eisasser. om
i ocratic member fjom the Tenth ward, in
: troduced a resolution ordering the city
i building inspector to issue the permit, and
! the resolution passed, a.l the democrats
j but three voting for '.t, The three dem-
fjrorg.. pire: r'r-'.ik'.n 'V7, V. Power.
7 t i , won. M.ittie Rin,l ''. '7. i 't-s'e-.n.
In to li se.-t-nd. Sandpiper il'T. Y tx".
i 21 third. T.rr." . Chart.e R.u.-.a- .
t hl.d. i-aiiier :.i;f rd. Ry r'.i Ivr.er i !
Royal Stone and Li;it; ire Hp'-J.t.i'ii a..-o j
Se.-ond rf . x ttd o... aif f :r!ng.. 1
seilir.g IT i;t . i' 4 ; .,.
w.. n. Ink of I'ri in' ' it . :.&. .V." ". I. i
12 to li wr.l, Dt.ntv rlie i..'.. K---:i'-tv ,
8 to 1. '....rd. T -.e i ..S- 'hiff 1 - ;
mon.l. i r u:r.a. A-l.. 'rf; i-cr." i" . Aim;.: j
Ryman. lr. Cv" k. Fcni-rone and J i"-pn
K a.o rn.
Third mc-. m le an 1 in e'p'.'h. a -i.-r.g
Ain.a y il'7. . Matt.n. 11 to - won.
M-rlirig . M ...-;: .i-. . 1 ; ,,. ,.i
v ;.. a :ic-: ;r to : ::nr
T m.-. 1 iT.Mi. M.Ke J r Ian ho rn.
F'-ur'h race, i tit-- ..a;o... ,t ;. nt.le
l..ght Woo; '.. M i.:av.-. .", ;o .i -, j
Mark An.or.v II . n, M. P iris t
sei-or.d. S'ar.jey t-'iy 'I '.. A Harr.., 1 . '
t.'i.rd T.me i v. K iv. r--et a..o rin.
Fiftn I i e, m.Ie an-i a 'i-lar'er. .'.. nu 1
Seratrr l-kham '.a'. l"rai. i to 1' w..n.
-. ". W:dert :!. J F.e-.i. 5 f
Hn-7' ". A. H.ir- .3 to S. ;.-.'
T;me 2 !". j?4."'-.et. K.ng of ti.t M..;
ar.d Fli';tr.v a;po ran.
e' xt.i r' i:v t.irionK. sell.r P'liy
Mavnam r.2. E. ("ark, 7 n 1 1 w .n. T ::i
' 1 Toole '1:2. L'enr.ts- n. 5 to. ;i e. n-1.
p-'nee f ''.;2. a. Pun.. ::. u .1
thirl. Time- l n. peirha-nsr. Sam , .
Ar.ttcH he. La Ci.a'.a. Pi-euiius. F orkforit
and Mortvina aiso ran.
r.os r f 'he c!rc r'n;rn; , while
l"-afc. ;'i''.r';:v KTd A-, ire under the
: j.s of ;.! alamiurt v.iiey conference.
but few rivals of this record In the east.
KtintaCji'. made tue entry In the name of
!o r- urauu-r. but she helped ra.se tha corn ! the Briokllne club and 'he Germantown i
h-reif or at least went out to the field j Cricket club of Philadelphia, having dons !
:. cnliy ' 1 see how it was growing. j nearly as well once or tvice. i
order is rinid! coming out cf the ap- til:8 net-: sum. C15o baa been set over
parentiy chaotic condition whicn always
liar 'r:xes the first days of installing ex
hibits f or an exposlt.on. Booths are going up
j for the bond and Interest account ajid ther
j remains a cash balance in the treasury of
; r2.;v.c.2- Tho club In addition to this spent
J tl.OM for a license last year, an apprnpria
i tion r.evr before made.
Country Life commiasion :s being regarded j
:n this country, f3r his own interest in the j
social condition of the farmer is decided.
He will speak on ti.ls theme at the Corn
exposition and recently gave an address j
along the same line at the meeting of the i Qr.T,mn
British Association for the Advancement of Oriffita
Science which met :n Dublin, he then pre- I Moran
siding over the agricultural section. Be
sides tins. Sir Horace is the president of
the Irish Agricultural Organixation socie'.y
424 I ocrata who stood with Mr. Zimman against
54" j tiie granfji g of the permit were Lee
The Ortman Star, won three games from i lrBl Jrl' "-' l" Awentn
the Da.ly News last night. Without the j ward.
aid of those "cute little bowling snoes" I The democratic members wjo voted for
Mr. Ortn.an for the firs' time got over I .. , . r u ,
t.ie 5f mark. H s.y. it will be I weekly ! Perm;t re P" B. Jonnaon of
occurrence hereafter. BaJxer had all high ! the Fourth, U. F. Bruck -r of the Fifth, W.
honors, with i:e for single game and 7 i e. Sheldon of the Sixth. A. ma Jackson of
. . . . T- . 1. . a. T . 1 T 1 .
Hotel Jeweiers. Score:
... . . ... . .. . 146 -X2
-y o" w
k yaV-. W 1
' Bargain hunters are
often disapiointeiI in re-.-ults.
We take particular
fare not to mislead our
customers by exaggerated
statements. S) we'll just
say that the reduced prices
now in force mark a drop
of from 10fr to 20- below
'regular costs which
means a great deal more
than many hysterical an
nouncements of Bargain
Suits and overcoats, sold
up to $00.00, at SIS
X xpert Clethaa rttwra.
lor a. tanum mut.
fS. m-At .iM!!!'t tT. 4rrft .TT to the Tareest
i item of exrenditur. tne house committee j H" ' akmg the Omaha club his home j r'
wniie in tne rltv anrt am tne newt th.p. at i " -"
lunche-'n Thursdar cf G. W. Wattles.
, account r-.nnir.g this second, w!
Tennis coet and base
Davis of the E.ghta.
Thomaa McGovern of the Ninth, Petc-r
Tot. 1 E. Elsaser of the Tenth and 2C F. Funk
51 1 houaer uf the Eleventh ward.
? j Mayor Dahlman approved the resolution.
1 "Whenever I can I intend to do what tne
15oS I city council t - j me to do, but I am not
i going tc v.oiJte the city charter even If I
j am ordered to do so." said City Building
4 Inspector WithnciL "If this building which
j Mr. Dixon wisne. to erect w:;hin the fire
Uj; ; hmits wa. to be but a temporary structure
Klrkers Are la Evldearr.
IOWA CITY, la.. I-c. 3. ' N-ial.1
wng to the fi,-t that Iowa has had a
losing team this fall, there nave benn many
explanations and r.tn'ismn of tit" presen;
me'h.xls. PosuIy trio best view of the
gloomy ctuatvin wan wently ummnr:xej
by an alumnus, as fillows: "T"ie I'mver
ally "f Iowa has been the victim of an
unsettled foot bail P'licv m the l.u?t ten
years. To prmluce waning fcwit ball t'-ams
it is necessary ti estaonan some def.mt
llre of actn.n and follow that line regard
less of the immdiate ronequenoes Yale
;s an excellent example of t..is Wit.i Wal
ter Camp as 1 rt :t Yale haa had a aett.ed
fjot hall policy f ir the last two .),.r a.les
and' c-r.s'uently Y.i.e has been the most
successful n the foot ba.l w-.r'd. Iowa h:is
iui-1 coaches from Pnnsylinia. Ltf.ye4te
: and Chicago, one plan of developing a
foot bail team r.As teen followed one vear
and another the next. Chicago liaJ" h:ul the
Wagg system for fifteen years and Chi
cagi Is "f in the foot ball of the wesi.
Iowa needs a settl-d foot rui'.l policy and
then success may be seen."
Drake After Big (lane.
inHlHi RllliriRt I Tin THFV lit. ! t-v . i . .1 . i-n muhl Ke rli'feren! hut as l.,r a. t
The annual election of oncers resulted " - r"'" i Z" ' . . e v "
Haadred Lively Faaa Go Dowa i Politia ly' l bowied good i . ,he cha.rter nrovi.ion remain.
.... scores, nut in noe company nad mure , ,, .
to Llaealn. (than its snare of kard luck and. Captain ! It i I ul never lssue Permit for the
1 , , . . t vr " cuiMiiia roiers went to iincom jira. onui mji tw got i.'"w spins mm- erection 01 a permanent irame Duiiatng
"eu.iroaay to wiinesa tne oornnu.iaer-t.ar-' aeir. to say noininst 01 tne team. .-Neiiie 1 ,h
DMIIIn fotte wrwf fVettr WPIW TW-ele.ei4 I 1 111 :e a -. . .. anil la .............. ... ,..!. ki-i, , : : . '.11; 1 . W.U11U i.uv " -
in the victory of John Parish over Frank j iw
McCoy fT prosident. Ki W. H. Sherraden i
wa. chosen vice Trresldent and tha former i
i T e three director ;-icem vn E. Buck' an lot ie Teay mat me oma.-.a r oiey nigrj .ingie -r.me. -entn our oia
i ingham. Arthur English and He
Plans for the enlargement of
I ol'ifi bulld'ne- a. submitted
Lawrte were adopted, they provtae itmi r - "o-- .. ...ir,.,,,.., i "
Wnhr 1 b"n"h Wita at times the iiveliest on uie ! friend liarp had k.g.i total, fur hi. team. 1 the frame church building
V n-(,nn' field. I with SM. Tonight, the '"ole McKenna. and F,rnam stree'a wn.ch
f the present Sam Burna. jr.. led the entire university Brodegaard Crowr-a. Thi. am sure goin' i na ara,lm " , '
by Architect ' contingent around tne field in the snake to be some game! Score: j garage, and then tu.-na aqus
I O .r mm i . . ' 1 1 1 . - o. , h. ' ...1
extension of the present dancing pavilion , ;n, y,. cotillion over t.ne ba.1 rm floor
and IncTessod room for the dining rooms Bux Colpetxer, wrapper In nia grand-
ar.d club kitchen. ; lamer s scan. wa. a high-voice-1 router.
The financial statement for the
nedy forgot tneir overioaui. b.it the ten
above did not freexe tnem. tert Rndford
and Jack Hughes did not know tne yelia.
' Slir f.l n mm K. t W .,,.! T. . '. '. L.,,r
laker kept warm by wrapping up djrmg
the game in Waller Eckeraail s heavy coa.i.
whu n the famous luHrter could not use
while the game waa on.
ile Prir ttniuiill van v.il.min f .pi
Tr ' .v. I imana anoa.l linilr. . .1 T 1 . " T.' .. ,
enaing iT.e:.ii.i . e mm au'iiuaei as i'ji-
Initiations S !.Sr
Non-rstd"r.t. junior and lady mem
P I S B 1 " Rj ETM EXTS.
1 account, including overdraft.
F-ond and Interest account
Buildings and grounds account
7T .V) ,
. 1. C7. Vi .
514. let I
. a !
. 1.131. -
While the Iniiians were beating the Corn-
husaers to a f raxx.e. aa President Roose-
veit would have sahl. Jak David was
having just as much fun k;iling Chinamen. '
Jack insists that every f me a redk:n waa
Brodegaard Crowna. Thi. am sure
to be aome game! Score i
CHABOT SHOE CO.
1st. 2d. 3d.
Sutton 13 2i mi
Slawson 1H 1 1S7
NeiKin ISO 151 140
Foiey 29 ITS 213
Grotta 15s lk ITS
TDtais 778 Sao "6
1st. 2d. 31.
Beslin :1 li3 :
Krug. A. ir4 m 167
Er inke 2 id ;"a
Waienx If 1"3 ;.4
Zanp 3 172 2"2
Totals '. ...W MfS 327
Hera tne council ordera mo to tear down
is used fjr a
square around and
orders me to issue a permit for the erec
tion of anoiuer frame building w:th;n-the
know what to make
i PES MOT.VES. la . r-eo 3 SpecUl. t
Coach J ;hn L. Griffith of P rax e spent yes
terdav in Lincoln. Nob . in an ef rt to
schedule a game with either the t nlversity
of Nebraska or the Carlisle In l ans for
f next fail, since the successf ul foot hail
season of this fall Drake ; anxious for a
big game that w.l! tax the capacity of
the big Haskins stadium here. With
, people in the stands Thanksgiving lav
; the largos crowd to ever aju-emble in loiwa
j there were great eec'ions of the cement
i stands vacant. Ciwich Griffith beiieves tnat
i with a high-class game wtth an outside
', team the capacity may be readied.
2 1 fire limits. 1 don t
443 uf It-'
Following are the .ingles and doubles
bowliM ;n the city tournament last nignt
4o3 A Prrtoaal Appeal.
"JJjTi ! if we could ta.k to you personally about
I the great merit of Foley s Honey and Tar.
Tot. ! for coughs, colda and lung trouble, you
' never could be induced to experiment with
1 unknown preparations that may contain
S-1 : some harmf ul drugs. Foley . Honey and
Tar costs you no more and 1. a record
of forty years of cures. For sale at a.l
Coarh tatltn Rrtaraa.
' IOWA CITY. la.. Deo. J. Speciai.)
; Coai-h Mark Catlln of the 1 "nlv-ritv of
Iowa haj returned from a ten davs' hurtling
, trip in upper Wisconsin on nis fat .;r
; ranch. With hi. return the ache lu.iv.g of
! basket ball games will he completed and
preliminary arrangements matte f ,r t.ie
schedule next fail. The athletic hoar 1 wil.
pr-bbiy meet tomirnt. the meet.r.g last
evening being po?rp. nel bei-aue of ;ne ni
nets f Froi. A. G. Smith, -i a.rn-.a.n .-f tie
board. The "I s" wil pr "haoiy be awarded
tne foot ball team at t:iis eas;.',n.
LIGHTS WILL SHINE FCR CORN
k-nr-nea I llaaaiaatloa le Brlsi Pat
In hi virmt W ill Ba
( 'tr.al. a w-.li b ilium'r.aled Just as htil
1 a ttly ' r the National Corn exposition, if
rot :r.or- . . ;l,a,.i f r t.ve fall f-suvlties
when AK-Sar-IVn reign, supreme. The
i ;;y of i. ma a arrang -d with tha Omali
Electric Lm.'-.t arul power a rar.i)T to leave
t:.e r r.g . n tie atrvet which waa used
f r fe.i fejvitie and a contract was
entered .r. 1 1 with, t.i electric, llsht com
pany ; j gy. e pra. tica.ly the atme lighting
for tr.e com exp 'Sition.
Tiie .-'iei ir'c liKht company left most of
t o wiring st tnd since tw parade. excert
rtrer f-stoons, and these are now
being reriMoed by a large force of work
men. The National C.'rn exposition has
ajofted the sama it. lor s aa the official
coii m as were useil by the knigiit. of Ak-Air-B-n.
and tiies colors will be used in
the illumination. Tne raio during the first
part of the Ak-!ar-Ben festivities spoiled
much of the color scheme, but the poesi
bU.ty cf rain rnw aem. far remote, and
any colors which ar display ei will In all
probability hold their omn until the closa
of the corn show.
In aiMit.cn to the lights which were In
use during the fill the elect tic. light com
pany is installing a larg number of extra
light, in the r.'e'grihrirhood of the Audi
torium, so there wtll be no dark spot,
around the buildings of the corn exposition.
The light, which were used by the city
during tfce fall festival received many
Words of praise and were) greatly admired
bootuse of t ;eir beauty of arrangement
and the..- n imlitr and the tiliAntnafion aill
be jjst aa st;;king for the com exposition.
tmt ran ta Haatlla ("raws.
As far as street rallwav facllltie. for
handling the thouand. who viKt the Na
tional Corn exposition a.- concerned no)
better spot la Omaha could t.we been s
lected. The exposition buildings are lo
cated in the heart of Qma'ja and ail tha
big trunk oros town l.nes of the Omaha
C uncll Bluff. Sree.t Railway company
go within a block or two of the exposition
build. ngs. ami besides there are track, of
suff. ient number to handle all the people
who might wiaii o go tu tiie show. The
entrance to the exposition bulldinga la but
one block fn m the Council Bluff, line. n
t.'iat visitors from Council Bluffs will have
but a biock to walk. The street railway
company i. better prepared for handling
crowds this winter than at any time In it.
h.story because, of the large number of ad
ditional car which have recently been
bought and built.
forced to retire C.aca Warner would pro-, on Metropolitan alley.
duce a bigger red.
"What, tr.e use of laying them out; they
oniy aend in a Detter one. said Ivid Lear-.
! EVEXTJ U. THE Kl.t.M.tU TRICKS
House committee aecnunt '.S
Baae ball acctiunt
g ports and pastime, account
Peroration, and entertainment ....
Printing year book
Book, and record, for secretary s
office and auditing account.
Salines i house secretary and su
perintendent of golf)
Total US 341.34
Balance cash In treasury. Dec. 1.. tsw.52
1 WILL CF DR. BICKNELL FILED
W an. m.mti Tf MfiMyitTllirll
ATI Siaatal Dt Traa4l PaeJHva
I 1-- MM MMIM i aa aaaea.
ummcm mo atonrr im aovmcl ta-
A at 1M ATI ON Fac. vrma taw Ink aa
Raatat DImk.i aiMt Ta.rlaatala.
Be-ieilka All Proartr.
lxteea Thaasaad Dollars, ta
3YI4ew, Wk la Exeeatrlx.
j Ey the will ef Pt. Georga H. Plcknell.
j which wa. filed for probar In county court
i Thursday, all hi. property will go to Mra.
Bickneil and she is named a. egecutrix. In
i the application for her appointment hi.
property is estimated to be wnrtn i.'"v.
but it is V!!vel this estimate is much too
Two provision, of the will, which are of
effect provided for the disposition of the
THE BC'CTH OMAHA AND WESTERN I estate in case he survived hi. wife. In
Al-t"w.Sf,0A;p-- " .M"1 ! vaae their daughter Helen survived thera
c.ii meeting uf the stooKhn je-s uf ti.e
South uman aud Wesiern Raiiroaj Co.n
par.y ul be held at li oir.ee . f ia
vn.pny rn Oruaba. Neb on Friday, De
ttmnr la. lis, at U ocimk a m.. tor tne
purpose of j-uinoria-ng anu providu.g tor
tne sa oX tr.e ramoad of The iJouta
niana aad eisrn nanroaa v.on.pny.
run its fraacli.Be. ana aptunenances. ts
reai etat and peraooal prprr'y. to t n oi
paclf c Haiiroaa Company, the conso.,.,.
txa tor uc sale ti be ma cance.iai.oa ,,f
tn bund, and aatuf action of tne mort
gage of uld The ooum omaoa and Writ
era Railroad Company, and tne aaa imption
of ad ii a other ndt.btediH-aa bv the aald
Lnlon Pacif.c Railroad Company: and for
i; purpose of transacting ad such other
buainesa as may legally come Before the
veeung. For tr.e purpose, of the nieetite
tn booaa for the transfer of .lock will
be clcsed at 1 o'clock p. m. on Monday,
December 7. He, and will be reopened at
ki o cluck a m on Saturday. D ccrber
li IV. T. i. CiRH lMiretary. OaJtoDU
i both the wnole estate wa. t be put in a
trust fund :n the hands of Dr. Harold
G.fford and Guidon W. Noble ef Omaha
for her benefit. In caae neither hi. wife or
; daughter ano ild survive him he provided
I for the di.tribut.on of the property among
hi. relatives. Frank A. Bicanell receiving
I S15.i" and his farm in Vlrgini. the Omaha
Child . Saving institute waa ta receive S5..-
aa aa endowment, his sister Lydla 1 o
i pd hi. s.ter-in-.aw. Jennie Cooper, all
stocks owned by him at his death. H'.s i
1 home he disposed of to rela'Jvee. As both
; Mrs. Bickneil ar.d the daughter survive
hun. the latter prov-aiuna are of no effect.
Mrs. Bickneil has asked to be appointed
NOTIE WRITTEN BIDS WILL BE RE
ceived by the undersigae-t until o 'clock
a. ni . Pcerabrr 14. ie. fir the purctiaee
of the Dompeter Manufaci unr.g company
plant (building and ground not included!.
Km. aJed on the aouthwesi corner of Reiw.d
and Court avenuea. East Lee Moinea. la-,
conetettng f tner.gnly equipped f.ctury.
engaged m the nuuiufaaitunng of wtndmilia.
puropa. acaJr, lank, tank heaters, feed
grta jera, wed hortag machine., etc.. wtta
ail tool a. equ.pixurnl. pattorna, matenaL r-iiL-lea
and parua ef artu Iee nuunirtured.
book accouata. k4 rea-eivao., togetner
with the good will of tne trad ana busi
ness. Terms of Mle to be for ca.h with tn
right, ts re.1e.-t aay and all bids. For
mm, furthe. IrfursulUia er mepection call st
. tha laotacy or upua the uader.igned. W. H.
. . BAJ.2uB. Raoal-rec. D-T-t
Alex Gowhala. John Wen'x ef Hyatta
vlile. Wyo. . A. J Walker of T-eonver and
jr. iJ Mmgal cf Norfolk are at t..e Murray.
p H- Cr-raweil of Elmwood. William
PrJikeL J. W. Stetu-e of Vai-titine and J.
N. Pavait of Broken Bow are at the
Mm. Edward Coburn of Beatrice. R.
Grwn of Ri k I.iand. Frank Barr of Lin
corn and Edwa.ro; Ruicne of Wicnita are at
D W Kerg-iaon of Gotheuberg. A. Mar
tin of Nebraska City. W. H. Jewell of Te
kainaa and Chariea Spearman of 'rawford
r at liv ller Grand.
Geor.e King of Big Springs. R. V Clark
cf efeiia. C. M Cubo of Incr,ln Oiare
B-hrfi.l f Peemer and W E Roaecrans
uf platumouih are at the M. larl
E. P. Prart of Mount Home Idaho. W.
nrd of O N 1:. . H M-Vi of B' 'k-n Bow.
C. H a-ovuis of Tskamaft and P H. Tiling
of Vaifatiu are at the M rc -a-a ta.
k aet i I B
"--1:'V 8 I
UAWPlif - B
rwa lmi r gf
j Fur Lined j
1 Coats I
1 Ar IXOToWiry refiable. aad ia the beat B I
1 atria. The aheUs oi ekak an Bsade H
by aaa laikaxt aSe ha iiaua. m
aad aiaimrngt, fur wojtk H
eaiy aisile j arms ere
used, are cut aad 8
S&eti by H
Compwteavt Fhrrisra 9
Oar Plash Lined Coats
Aie exade witk the same car. that has B
We ait oi ear coaa "Suadaad " li H
iyoa boy "LanpW Coat" Toa wdl gat
the beat east avada. B
We anaiis 100 variatiaa si Far 1
I saani Cast, for anas aric. B
123 to $400 I
SKINNER a CO. I
Tur Hsaafactairsra H
ST. PAUL u YAVSX. I
1st. 2d. 3d.
Beselln 175 lsi yZ
Krug 14S 2-9 li2
Total. 3725 395
1st. 2d. 3d.
Sutton ISO 15 125
Neiaon 135 ISM 212
Total. 15 35 337
Ut. 3d. 3d.
Waleni lVi 14 1W
Zarp lis 174 141
Tota.. PS Zb XI
1st. 2d. Mi.
Waleng 10 1 176
Zarp -2o2 Jul ltil
Well-Played llertn Were Saereaafal
t Emeryville Yesterday.
OAKLAND. Cal.. Dec. 3 A a ell played
Three Teama Keep Agrernrst.
IOWA CITT. Ia-. Dec. 2. i ape. i!. i
Oniy three s-hools m stat- of Iowa
can olmm to ha.e IK-i-I up to the ru.e of
the Iowa conference, alien t.iat orcanira
tion meet. at Des Moines djrng f.e ho.i
day. They nxe Grrnneii. t'.-rr.eii and Coe.
The Stat University of Iowa ia under tae.
DAKOTA WOMAN KILLS SELF
biwti Ileraelf la Braoklyn Hotel
While staadlag Before
NEW YC'RK. Hk-c. J A preposesslng
. and richly gowned young woman, who had
' registered at a fcro k!yn hotel aj Mrs. 3.
'. H. Falcner of Sioux Falls. 8 D , stood be
j f jr i mirror m her room today and fired
, a hui'.et into her brain. Site wasdead when
I a heil boy attracted by the revolver report,
1 entered the room,
Itfol i horses
were successful at Everyvi.le to- ;
Tot. day and twenty-f;v iuyer. in line had aa
470 ( unprofitable seesion. Summaries:
tn ; F'.rst rane. five furlongs, sei.ing- Rosa mo
(111. M-ler. 1 to li won. The Vicar i lcl.
lobi) Holmes. IS to li second. Wamooio ol'6. ;
Tot. i W aisn. 3 to 2, tnird. Time: l.ol. MiOei '
bUD i Fountain. Jnonny White. Karry Stannope.
ail Larry Mulligan. Ornate. Lady P.er.esak-a. -
' Angel Face, El Paso and Roy ihumway
1101 . finish, d as najned.
I eec. nd race. !ne furlongs. aWUi.g: Haae
Tot. ' let C13. McCartny. 1 to hi won. Argonaut
i7 i ilo. Butler. 4 to li second. Meddling Han
J nan Gui. Keogn, & to li third. Time.
ilnvV Knight iK-ck. Miss Highland, Ctiip
murk, illcaei. Farg 3 Rose and Carrie
Wedr.esaay evening . game at the P.uyal Thatcher f nir.ed as named,
pool tournament wa piael before tne I Third rice, six f rior.gs. selling: Ko
argest crowd of tne tournament Res - k)mo 11S. Hayes. 2 to li won. Si 1 Silver
noms wenl into third piace by defeat. ng GI.. Rett g. j to li s onl. St. J'e G14.
Swanson. 125 to 71. dwans in played unimay ; Ma bet h. 7 to 1 third. Time: 1 '.its Cheers. '
mrotgn the game, w.uie P.eynoida i Km and Em. Cohort. Confederate. The
Played a lucky and a strong game, beaide I captAin. S..pnomore. Av.ma. Y-ilowst mo
Bayal Paol Toansey.
rr.aa.ng two nigh
twenty-two baii. Tonight Harden and Frie
den will play. Harern I. the only piayer
with 1.0" per cent and :t is sure- to be a
close and exciting ganie The score;
Reynon'.si 5. a. . Ji. 22. k, . i, 7, li ,
1512. Total. 125.
Swanson: 4. 14. . 4. 5, IS. 1. 7. i li
3. 57. Total. 74.
Sera tcne. i Reynold., 1, Swanson, 4. Higa
run: Reynolds. 2.
Following i. ti.e standing 1 1 date
Cs .-.er . . .
R no Id.
Prince . .
and Speaker Fontana flnistied am named
, Fourth race, six furlongs, eelltng: Belle
; Kenny CIS. iRetttg. ii t i &i w.n. Curncj-
lura I".. Mci'artny. 7 to aeond. Fore
' njnner C".it. M.iler. 4 to 1. tr.ird. Tinio.
' 1 '.4. Der.een. Yank. "h : r':s Green. Marion
I Rose. El-va:' n. billy Low!. a and L'rd
Roesminon tinisi.ed as named.
' Fi'.'i race, one mil-, I'.ir.r Wap C..
I Keogn. to 5i won. Captain S'tin. dy . lcf.
I i J'.strt. , ti li sec mil. le l.iar.arui t
Like Drowning Men
Often Grasp at Straws
,r .. ... -- ..,.-
ir . - '
.It m "t-W'o
terllag Paal Tearaameat
Ittner defeated Si':elu. laet mg it
i 2. 2. J. . 14. I. 17,
Sterling p.oi tournament in ti. hottest
gime of tne tournament, by t.-. s,ora of
l"l tJ '. Bol.t men payed the hardest
kind of a game and uir. tr. finest kind
of judgment Tonight Inner will meet
Braasr.aw The worei
I'.tner: 7. 4. 1. I. 1. 1. 7. 4. 13. f. t . i i
7. i 1. 1. . 4. 1. . 1. 4. 2 lol
Shields 1 1 4, 2. i 15, 1,
i J. 14-ll
Scratches- Ittner. 1: Shields. J.
The 'standing to date:
E Meek. 4
Man ley 4
J Meek. 1
P -t i Kirsci.roiiim. 12 I i 2"i third ilme: 1
lnVi Riimanoff. Al ibi.ies. Sir W-siey. Tak- ,
.( master and Canne.ini f nisi.rd as named
." '.' irixth ri' e. seven furlongs, purse. Col-
, lei-tor Jessup '112. R -ttig. 8 to 5i won.
,(j o Stemrronium it. Wa,sn. to li se.-nnd
.42 creation G3. Butler. 5 to li thirl. T'm-
I Ward.-n. Anna I. Doicy Icli'.-
143 pollers. S. nweg. Purse Rse and Con
vent Pf". f.nished as r.atrv-1.
f j WGELES. Cal.. De--. 3 P.rsul's at
in thai Sarta Anita:
First race. 2-year-oifla, f ve and one-r.a.T
L.1.t. Pet 1
I a freest la Martsr'e 11 lee.
More Interest attache, to the f -wit ball
banauet to be given by the ha. -been, of 1
the Bellevie to the fiot ball team Frday
night at Hans-m bei-ause of the elect ''nn
f Mortor ti be captain of the team f r j
next fail. Mortor baa been one of the ;
hardest worker, and in all the game, has i
been the most consistent ground gainer.
and hi. selection meet, wirn gerenal favor!
from the entire student bodv The banquet !
wtil be g-ven at ( p. rn. Friday in the large
banquet room at Hanson's.
Tweaty-Raaael ( at rrmwfeH.
CRAWFORD, Neb . Pee. t .Speo'al Tele
gram .Jack in rman of San Francisco and
Tim Hurley of Soranton. Pa. are erhedu
led to f'.gnt twenrv rounds here Decern oer
14 for the heavyweight chamniocahlp of tha
r.ortnweet- Gorraaa defeated Hjrtev at Ard
more 'n a e4ee- - 1 set to there He wttr
n'i.g Uet ehmjlonhij. -
What he ia talk
ing about so ia
aei when we ay
that there never
was aad never
wi".l be a better
smoke than the
10c Price 15c
Go to your deaier TOP AT and get
thia reaiiy good clgxr.
sat ky L BL tOTwaaTZa C, Hew tark
McCar.-Brariy Cr, Oistrihaters
Q Pv !
How n.any sick. nervouH. dlaeaeed men are training at stews today
to gt cure.i of their ailments .umease-.. which are dragging them down to
the bottom of the sea of oesi.air and misery? Whv n.t a was en to the realt
zation of the fact that boaeting promises of quirk cures, nu.-leading atate
mtnu unl.4;nee;;ke pr--pi.-sitiuns to the afflicted are out straw, tnat
sir.K ou oe-per a.id deeper Into the sea of denpa.r? Why grasp at aucn
straws whe.i yn can :;.' the tr-atment of these Honest, skillful and Suc
cra.f'.il Specialist, cf tne state Mclual In.tltuter
wwf-01!?-?-!1" TatBATMEs'T THAT CA1 BI 1UO A ITT.
I.IKB PmOPOSITiOHS. WE DO MOT QUOTB MIUEADIH! PsVICEs IJf
ou oncrwm w-e BELirVli im ram deiliio amd how-
EST MXtBODS. WHICaX. TOGETKEB WITH OU X.OM9 EXPEKXTEMCM.
san.1. amd AuriiiT y. see tme Offi.T qualipiCatioms and coudi-
TI0M8 THAT CAM BEA-IeLT GUAB.AMPEB A CUBE.
w trsat men only, and enre promptly, .afely aad thoroughly BB.OM-
CmlTIS. CATABBS MTBVOUU DZBI1.ITT, 1I.UOO POISOM, SXIM Dis.
KAJIX. KT2DMET AMD BLADDE DISEASES, aad aU Special Disease, aad
their complication, la tne .honest possible tune and at tas lowest eoat for
.klilfed service aad successful treatxaeat.
"'ff I -e Hours: 8 0') a- m. t- I 90 p. nv
Sundays, 10 to 1 ou.y. If you caa
noi ca.1. wriie.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Faniam St., Between 13th and 14th Sta., Omaha, Neb.
By the Old Reliable Dr. Searles & Searles.
k-taL;ined In oaua.ua lor aa yeei ilu many taouae
ends of casre cured ey ua maae w. li.e moat exer
leticea ;ien.a.itu :n tne West, 1.1 a., aiseaee. and ail'
meat, uf men A a.iow ;uat wual ai.i vara you
and cure yoa qulcaiy.
We Cure Yoa, Then Yoa Pay Ua Our Fee.
We a ui no ru.v auiag r la-e laiciucat, ur ofier
you cbmm. urt.ict loiiiituL our KpuiaUoa aaa
tame are too fa.uia.y a. -ei sa . cvrj waae i u eat eur
rtutatlun la at aiaae. lul lueaii, a. aad hapluca
I. I o eerioue a n attei to .a..e in tne taao of a
-MAJataLtaa" ZMMMObV H nt d ct t. of ui.itr use
their OW VAAtB IM TKX17B BTJBZMSaa. Mareoas
Oeollity, BUaow roisea, Bkiss Buses aaa. Slid sew aaa BuAa
r Daseaeea, aal Special Jfiaeases aad auiiaieats ef alee.
FRKE Examloauoa aod aooauitatkaa. Wrue . tmt
Dr. Saxlea & Saxle3t -9 S. 11th. Cor. 11th and Douglas. Oxreiha.
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