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TIU3 OMATIA DAILY TCTilj SUNDAY. NOVI3Al BW 7 , 1807.
Omnlia , November 7 , 1S97. at our counters speak eloquently for the values we present we are willing to abide by our customers' decision for they arc our friends OMKN'S COATS ClmrmlnKly slyl - ND CAP12S ish fjnnnnnts just such couts ns llio best Indies In thn land tlolitflit to wonr , fj Wo in n k o ' no Idln ns- B c r 1 1 o n 'If w h o n w o Fny thnt wo wlltsliowto inono.v the li n Obt col- Icutitn of New Coats und Capos over shown in Iho dty It Is not tin co in in on to hoar this remark In our clonk room : "Well , we did not expect to see such Jackets and such Cnpo * sold for $10.00 and $16.00. " FANCY Silk Anpllqnn Pnsso- TRIMMIIXOS niontcrics. In combi nation colors , < 50c. t5c ! , Inc. $1.00. $1.50 , $1.70 , $2.25 , $2 50 und $3.00 n. yard. 1 Colored Silk Glmps-Sc , lOc , 20c nnd 23o a yard. Colored Beaded Gimp1 ? 5c , lOc , 18c , 20c , 23c nnd fiOc a yard. Wider Beaded Trimmings at $1.00 and KM a yard. Narrow Jet KdRlnga 5o. Cc , Sc , lOo , 12V4c , ISc. 18c , 20c , zr > c , 30c , 33c , 40c and 50c a yard , , Wide Jet Passementeries at sric , HOc , f > 3c , Toe , J100. I1.2UO , } 1.G , $200 , $2.2.1 , $2.73 and $ J.CO a yard. Narrow .let and Turquols Edging 73c a yard. Jet and TurquoH I'nsspmeuterlc three Inches wide $3.00 a yard. Percale Paif-emccnterles 23c , Me , COc , SOo and $1.75 a yard. Pearl Fringe 1 Inch wide DOc a yard. Pearl and Colored Ue.uled and Lice : Gnr- nlturoH-C3c , 73c , $1.23 , $1.33 , $1.50 , $1 75 , $2.00 , $2.50 , $1.50 , J3.CO and $ .00 each. Jet CaYnltures-G3c ! , 7KC , $1.00 , $1.00 , $223 , $2 i , $2.73 , $1.00 , $3.50 , $1.00 , $3.00 , $ G.CO , $7.50 and $1000 each. RUiACHKD An article of every dny MUSLIN need nndvo have made a study to ulcuso our pn- trons with the most popular makes on the market , which enables Ub to sell n good , even threaded fabric for fie , ( He , 7e , 7jc , 81c , Do , lOc nnd J2Jo pel- yard. Bleached nnd Unbleached Canton Flan nel for girls' and boys' wear la almost Indispensable , and we are fully pre pared to pupply any one's wants at prices comparatively low , as follows 5c , CVic , 7M.C , S'c ! , lOc , 12V4c per yard. Wo hnvo a neat line of dark nnd me dium shades of Court Koyal Pique and Princess Duck , which for durability for house dresucs and boys' waists stands unsurpassed.V will place It on sale Monday morning at lOc per yard. WASH FLANNELS Cotton that AND FLANNELETTES is wove und printed to fook like wool. A fraud ? No ; a com- } Ort for the tousled surface gives much the wurinth of canton llnnnol , and pretty they are , too. Sxvansdowns handsome new plaids at 15c per yard. , Vicugna Cloth new designs and fast colorings at ICc per yard. Outing Flannels at Be ' lOc ' , 7'/ic , , 12'/fcc per yard. IMPORTANT NEWS And not OF NEW DRESS ( iOODS- n o of these lota need a word of advertising Such peed news would travel fast enough to quickly bring buyers for all the atulTs nt prices never matched for real cheapness. At 25c Wool Suitings IS stylos. At 25c Cheviot Suitings 52 Styles. At Mo Novelty Suitings ( X ) styles , .At 33V4c Two-Toned Suitings 42 styles. At SDc Hiigllsh Checks tS styles. At 45e Two-Toned Checks 52 styles. At 2Pe All Wool Serges all colors nnd black. At 50c All Wool Serge extra fine qual ity. CHESCO The corset tint cnnnot CORSET break nt the waist lino- most other corsets ace rljrid from top to bottom nnd Jho move ments of the wearer is constantly ro- strained. This annoying defect the Grcfeco obviates , the front portion beinR in the two connecting1 pieces cvorlnping at the waist. Drab Jean $1.00 c ; * h. ; Black Jean $1,23 each. ' i Black Sateen $1.73 each. MUSLIN Ladies' extra value UNDERWEAR Muslin * Drawers , plain hem and tucks , at 25 cents per pair. I ndlcf ) 'Muslin Dr.v.vers , hemstitched , cambric rullle , umbrella style at 30c per pair. Ladles' hemstitched Lu\n ; Aprons ex tra wide long lies at 30c each. UNDERWEAR Ladies' all wonl scat- lot Vest and Pants very line quality $1.00 each. Ladles' white merino Vests and Pants , Goo cnch. Boys' heavy fleece lined Underwear 30c a garment. ART Brilliant Knitting DEPARTMENT Silk at uc per spool. BKLDINO BUDS. ' WASH E.MBHOID- I3IIY SILKS 5c a skein or 3 skeins for lOc or 40c a dozen skeins. BULG-AUIAN SOFA PILLOW COVKU3 Stamped in new designs at 3" c each. FU13B LESSONS IN AUT K.MBKOID- 'EltY every Tuesday afternoon und Friday mornings. HANDKER CHIEFS Kino Swiss Km- b r o i d e r o d hiindkerch lofs 1 2' J o o n e h worth 2.U ! . Alt r , t n o n h a n d l < u r * c ho If > i nt 8 l-3unnch. All 1.1 n o u h a u d Iu r- rlitcfs nl Ou ouch. HOSE The niost reliable of SUPPORTERS Hose Supporters nro Kern's ' , with the Lindsay. Improved adjustable sol Meek" Ing" loop ; -together with the Lindsay fcltedgo button , mak ing them the only perfect Hose Supporters - porters on the market. . JVti.cnrry them in all grades and styles jileaae noio our prices. Kern's Improved IVrfcot Hose Support ers. In cotton , nvhltn of block , for chil dren , ages from 2 to 12 years TOo each. For ladies , from 32 to 30-Inches long COc each- Shoulder Supporters for chllflren , cotton , labile or black 2 , " > c"each. , ' Kern's Skeleton Waists for children , from ages 2 to 12 years 23o each. Ladles' Oored Belts , made of satin or ' Jeaiv price 23c each. Kern's Side Supporters , bables't In cot ton , while or blnclc 12Hc. per pair. Misses' , In cotton , 'White or black l o per pair. Ladles' , cotton , wlto or black Mo per pair In silk at 40c jier pair. TABLE LINENS Strnv Tnblo Cloths TOWELS strayed away from their matched impitins that's all llttlo reason for not liking them , yet they're r little less sal able than when matched up that's why thcso prices hiiupon Monday morning. Fresh .sturdy Scotch Table Cloths- bleached one slzo only 2x2' , < s yards $2.00 each usually sold for a third more NAPKINS At $1.75 a dozen good bleached Napkins Scotch Ihut wouldn't go nmlss with the table cloths 22V4 inches square. TOWKLS At $1.23 a dozen good blenched lluck Towels 17x31 with hemmed ends and colored borders. KID Wo have them in lacing GLOVES and ciasp now opera shades as well as the staple colors from four-button up to twenty- button lengths. The genuine Foster Lace Glove and the Trefouso Clasp are the makes we c.irry , and arc a sure guarantee of getting the best Gloves In the market. SILK We buy silks , the DEPARTMENT story of which will interest you nnd then simply print nil we profitably can of the story. 73 styles of Fancy Silks for waists and Dresses Sic , 39c , 75c , $100 , $1.23 and $1.30 50 styles Roman Stripe Silks all new and choice colors at 75c and $1.00. HOSIERY Ladies' fust olack lleeced lined Hose with double too solo nnd heel lee pair. We have a very nice black Cotion Hose la out sizes with high spliced heels and double soles 33e. ' also passed a resolution demanding the adoption of an eight-hour work day. Several members of the Chamber of Deputies ad dressed the meeting In advocacy of the In- ternatlonalizatloni of labor. 1IIORHAIMIY OF O.UKEX VICTORIA. Written by Her Ijllirarliiii Under Her I'ersonul SniiervlNlon. ( Copyright , U97 , by tlic A oelateil Press. ) LONDON , Nov. 0. The court mourning for the duchess of Teck has made but little dif ference In the gaiety of London , although many of the theaters were closed on the day of the funeral. Aside from this Ihe week hoe been Ihe same ns usual. The phenomenally fine weather prevailing Is the despair of Ihe slorckecpers , who say they cannot sell any winter clothing. The month of October was the drycst since 1S34. Luburnams , primroses end wallflowers ore growing and straw berries are being gith- crcd In the southern portion of KngMnd. A new biography of Queen Victoria , writ ten by Richard H. Holmea , K. A , , the queen's librarian at Windsor , appeared on Friday and Is attracting much attention. It was prepared under the Immediate super vision of her majesty , abounds In family Incidents , shows the queen Ins never en tirely abandoned the relaxations of her earlier years , and points out that within Ibc past fifteen years she has sung with Tostl end has takca drawing lessons from Leltch. The biography gives , among other mailers , 'an extract from her majesty's Journil In 1S53 , describing her pIlgrlmmaKO to the In- valldes during her visit to Paris * . It reads : " 1 Blood on the arm of Napoleon before the coinn of Rngland'i7 bitterest foe. I , the granddaughter of that king who hated him moRi and who most vigorously opposed him , and this very nephew who ibears his ramp , being my clearest and dearest ally , the organ of the church rlnylng 'God Save the Queen' at the time. Strange and wonderful Indeed. It seeirs as If In this trlbule of rospeet tea a departed dead old enmities nnd hatreds were wlpod out , and heaven's blesolng placed upon that bond of unity which Is now amply established , A great snd powerful natlcru. May heaven bless and prosper U. " From the comment * In the clubs It U no I likely that Mr , John Laweon Johnstone cf K'-Dgnnod , the principal director of a well Known and largely advertised company , who lurai out to bo the purchaser of thu prlnco .of . Wales' famous racing cutler , Britannia , will bo received with open army in yachting circles , In fact , It Is rmnoreJ that the prlnco sold the yacht on the express condition that the purchaser should not race It and that It Is to bo rigged as a cruiser. Mr. Jolmstono also told the Interviewer how ho had re cently r"Id H50 ( $3,700) ) for a bed upon which Prince Charles slept before the battle of Culloden. This ho olTered lo present to Queen Victoria , who replied that mly on one or two occasions had Pho accepted presents from a commoner and she could not see her way to accept the bed. "However , It was u very pleasant letter , " said Mr , Johnstone , who added tint the duke of Argyle Kid prom ised to rome and sleep In the bed as boon as Iho matter could bo arranged , The news , papers Jeer at the Inappioprlateness of the selection , au the Campbells , of which clan the duke of Argyle is the head , were the deadly oncmlcH of the Stuarts. An echo of the famous Ardlamont tragedy was hoard nt London Wednesday when a Fred Johnson , who In 1893 was tried on .the charge of murdering his pUpll , Lieutenant Dudley Cecil Hambrough , the Jury bringing in a ver dict of "Not proven , " was summoned a& de serting his wife. The latter said her hus band had left her In February , 1S9C , and had failed to provide for her and her six chil- ddren , all of whom are under 1G years of age. age.The The sporting newspapers have devoted much attention to "Tod" Sloane , the American Jockey , since he has begun winning races on the English turf. Sloane's magnificent style of living astonishes the English aports- men. He has apartments at the Hotel Cecil with his valet and goes back and forth by train to the various race meetings. It Is row announced that he will probably stay a year. Sloane , however , is much criticised for betting. Ho had 500 pounds ( $2,500) ) on St. Cloud II. for the Cambridgeshire stakes , and as Jockeys hero are not allowed to bet the Jockey club'fi attention Is being called to Sloano's proclivities , . It Is urged that If he remains here he must be stopped from bet ting. The Evening News hopes the Jockey club "won't gloss It over as It did when it permitted Croker to use the jockey club en closure. " Neither the "Cat and the Cherub" at the Hyrlc theater nor "Tho First Horn" at the Globe Iheater are successful , as cabled to the Associated Prces yesterday. "The First Born" will be withdrawn from the Qlobo to day and the whole company , after six per formances , will return to America. Clements Scott , as well as the London crll- ics generally , das been unstinted In his pralso of May Buckley. Scott saya In the DJlly Telegram : "Wo have not .hesitated to proclaim the cosmopolitan of dramatic art to the 'Injury , 'perhaps , of our people , but briefly , First Horn is not worth an even- Ing's entertainment. America Is very wel come In England , bub alio must give us bet ter than wo can produce , and 'The First Horn' IB not that , " AfrldlH Appeal Aualn. LONDON , Nov. G , According to a dis patch to the Times from Maldan , In the Maldan valley where Sir William Lockbai'i'o column Is now encamped , It Is rumorol there that the Afrldls have made n fresn appeal to the ameer of Afghanistan before tnik'.ng submission to tlm British , Duel Due In PnrlH Today. PAHIS , Nov. C. A duel has been arranged for tomorrow between Albert CarrI , man ager of the Tliealcr du Vaudeville , and the editor of the Paris. lllivb .SelioolM I'lny 'Jit C'ednr llaplilN. CEPAH IIAIMDS , In. , Nov. G.-Speclnl ( Telesram. ) The Cedar Huplds High School foot lull frmun defeated the Waterloo' Hlsft school foot ball team this afternoon by a score of K to 0. Kelly llfhtx MrodprleU. NEW YORK , Nov. G. At the Polo Ath- lellc club tonight Sammy Kelly bested Patsy Ltroderlck In lift/ecu rounds. . . .THE BEE Voting Contest FOR. . . Queen of the Ice Carnival AtY CHOICE FOR POLARIS IS. HnllotHo.Yes incuted at Mllliml Hotel and Rue Office. & LOVE , Carnival Mmiagers. NOV. 7 This ballot must be deposited within 3 daya from date. Coupons n'ay be mailed within two days to Carnival Uep't , Has O.llce. Omaha. CHESS TA1CI2S OX SOMB XU\V J < IFU. Heneiieil liilerext llelii r Taken In the ( II11IV. It Is perhaps true that the sporlliiR col umns have not been extensively opan here tofore to the discussion of che > ? j or to the record of Its progress. Any lack of recogni tion , however , has itiot been due to a want of regard for the scholars' game or to a feeling that it had any lack of adherents. It Is rather that there has been no organizej body of chess players about which public interest could center. Now , however , the game has reached a new popularity and has come to be a factor in the amusement and training of a city. The Old Omaha Chess club met with the common hard times five years ago and Its 100 members were obliged lo give' their t- lenliciii to piobloms of dally necessity. Since then the Interest has been slowly reviving and moro especially In the Young Men's Christian association , to which has descended the accoutrements of the old chess club , and In the Labor temple there have come to be numerous dally games In progress. In the rooms of the former organlzatolm there bis been such an active demand for Ihe use of chess tables that the ac'soclatlon has been obliged lo enlarge Its equipment. A room on the third floor has been lately devoted to the game and suitable chess furnishings have been provided. Here the facilities are taxed on almost any afternoon by these who love to parry and llirust on the field of the checkered board and the gathering Is to all Intents and purposes a regularly organized club. The next chees tourney of first Importance Is announced In Vienna for next April. Twelve prizes , aggregating $5,000 , have been established , End all comers are invited to participate , It will be what Is termed a double tournament , each player meeting every other In two ibouts. The fees will be $50 for admission and $100 as a guaranty to finish all games scheduled. The first prlzo Is fixed at $2,000 and twenty stars from all parto of thi > world are expected to at tend. Head "Simon IXilo" in The Sunday Bee. If you don't take It. 8iibclbo now. Kelly nnd Sully .Smith Miitelipil. SAN FUANCISCO , Nov. C. Sammy Kelly of Now York has been matched to light Solly Smith twenty rounds before the Knickerbocker c'ub of this city aome tlmo In December. The ipuglllsta will do battle at 118 pounds. A LITTLE SUFFERER Face , Hands and Arms Covered With Scrofulous Humors How a Cure Was Effected , "When live years old my Httlo boy had crofula on bis face , hands and arms. It was worst on bis chin , although the sores on bis cheeks and bands were very bad. It appeared In the form of red pimples which would fester , break open and run nnd then scab over. After disappearing they would break out again. They caused intense itching nnd thu Httlo sufferer bad to bo watched continually to keep hlui from scratching thu sores. Wo became greatly alarmed at bis condition. My wife's mother bad bad facrofula and tbo only medicine which bad helpd lior was Hood's Baraaparllla. We decided to give it to our boy and we noted an Improve ment in bis case very BOOH. After giving him four bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla the humor bad all been driven out of bis blood and it baa never since returned. " WILLIAM DAUTZ , 41B Boutb Williams Bt. , South liend , Indiana. You can buy Hood's Barsaparilla of all druggists. Be ante to get only Hood'a. * curel.lverllliiemylotalcn D2lfc , 8 PI I IS e ijrt optnile. M nu. QUAKERS BEAT THE INDIANS Ponnsylv | ) ia | | Downs the Hod Men by a Score of 20 to 10 , GOOD FOOT BALL GAME AT PHILADELPHIA 'I ol IndlntiN Klelc Ttvn ( Inlilx from llie Klplil In u , , . i.'lrnl llnlf nnil I'ln > I * (2nod , .SUIT , Hull i AH HIP Time. i" ' _ _ _ _ PHILADELPHIA , Nov. G. The University of Pennsylvania foot ball eleven defeated the Carlisle Indians on Franklin field by the score of 20 to 10 , The red men kicked two goals from the field In the first half , while the red and blue scored two touchdowns from which no goals resulted. In the second halt the Indians did not get within thirty-five and < \ half yards of Pennsylvania's goal , except on kicks , nnd then Pennsylvania would rush the hall down the field , Princeton had scored IS points against the Indians without having her line crossed , while Yale's score was 24 to 0 with the red men. There was a strong wind blowing from the west , and after winning the tosa the Carlisle boys chose the west gcal , with the wind at their backs. On every exchange of puntn they gained from ten to fifteen yards , despite the fact thnt Minds kicked In good form. The Indians clearly earned both of their field goals , as beautiful end runs for' twenty- flvo yards by McParlan nnd Wheelock brought the bill to Pennsylvania's twenty- yard line and here llttlo Hudson showcs his ability ns a kicker by dropping the ball squarely between the posts. The Indians used the Princeton revolving wcdgo play for occasional gains , but they could make little Impression on Pennsyl vania's line and would Invariably resort to kicking. There was some bad fumbling by the Quakers. Weeks and Outland being the chief offenders. The latter , however , moro than equaled matters by his superb tackling and cnil-sklrtlng. Pennsylvania's ends got down the Held fast under kicks and once forced Hudson to make a safety after Metoxen had fumbled the ball. Neither team had out Its full strength. Pennsylvania was badly handicapped by the absence of Doyle from left end , while tlio Indians were without the services of their brilliant ( tailback , Jamleson. In the first half tlio Quakora played a dull , listless game , but In thu second half they braced up and had It not been for the two disastrous- fumbles two additional touchdowns would have un doubtedly resulted. The red men played good , stiff foot ball , but wore remarkably simcep- tlblo to Injuries. After nearly every scrim mage there would bo an Indian stretched out on the gridiron. Kor the visitors Pierce , Wheelock and JIc- l-"VirIan were the stars. The two latter were worked ro persistently , however , that they were forced to retlie. Kor the red and blue Captain Minds was the star. He never failed to gain when sent against the line or around the end , often wriggling away from two or three Indian * before being stopped. Mc- Cracken and Hare also ploughed between the lines for good ! galns. Pennsylvania did not try any of Its tricks. Umpire : " ' Ueochem , Cornell. Referee : Wyckoff , Corntlll. Linesmen : Jamleson and Garnetl. ToutUdowns : Minds (2) ( ) , Hare , McCraekeii ) Goal : Mlnd.s. Goals from field : lludhon (2) ( ) . Safety : Hudson. Total score : Pennsylvania , 3) ; Indians , 10. Time : Thirty minute halves. YALE , 1C ; CHICAGO ATHLETIC CLUB , C. NEW irXvi-JN , Conn. , Nov. fi. The Yale 'varsity footjiall eleven this afternoon de- fea.ed the teafn representing- Chicago Athletic cl\ib , Iby a score ot 1G to 0. The peering was all1 done in the first half and with something"of a rush. The Second tialf 'nas ' unlntbrcfting- , owing to a changing of tactics from 'aggressiveness to careful de fense. Obo < l kicking was dlfllcult bccau.se ot a simfikhvfe1 northwest breeze , which favored tha'Ghlcugonns ' in the Ilrst half and Yale In the second half. The 'game ' i.v.is 'tnarkod bjf'vwd Mtrlklhg features , the re markable playing of Draper of Chicago , the famous former Williams halfback , and the wonderful improvement In the Yale team. Draper was a tower of Htrengtn and to him Is duo the credit of the westerners' only srore. Yale's1 offensive work was sharp , rapid and telling , and I fa defensive tactics , while 'weaker than in former years , Indi cates great improvement which opens out Interesting possibilities in connection with thu i reat game with Harvard next Satur day and thu contest with Princeton Novem ber 20. Throughout _ Ynle. played straight fee ball , using no intricate formations and reporting to nothing but line bucking and end-circling iplays. Chicago won the tos and took the north ( vo.il , giving Yale the ball. From tfte start Yale rushed thp ball Into the enemy's terri tory , and , without once losing it , scored a touchdown , from which Cadwaladcr kicked a. goal easily. It took but eight minutes to do the trick and Yale's supporters were delighted. Chicago's turn came In short order. With the ball on Yale's forty-yard line and in Chicago's possession It was pushed to Draper , ' , vho plunged through a hole made for .him at right tackle. He dodged beauti fully and succeeded in reac'ilngYale's live-yard line. Tnrce more plays and the ball went over the line for a Cnlcago touch down and Draper kicked a goal , tlelng the . score. For a few moments honors were evenly divided , but at length Yale's Interference caught on and behind a magnificent inter ference Benjamin made a forty-live-yard run , carrying- the leather to Chicago's ten- yard line , whence It was carrletl In short rushes across the line. Cailwalader kicked the goal. Ten minutes before the end of the , Snlf Yale's snappy play was again suc cessful and a Yalcslan was pushed over for a third touc.nlown. Cadwalader fired to Wright , an easy goal , leaving the score 10 to C. The second half , ns Indicated above , was marked by 11 change in Yale's style of play. From an offensive effort Mho turned her attention to a strong defense. Whenever the ball came Into Yale's possession It > < IH kicked back and Yale's line was given an opportunity to show Its ability In breaking up their opponents' iplnys. Yale was suc cessful beyond the hopes of the coachQrtj and students and easily held Chicago down to no score. Referee : R. R AVren , Harvard. Umpire : Dr. Brovlard , Princeton. Linesmen : C. C. HugMes , Chicago , and Fred B. Hull , New Haven. Touchdowns : McBrldo (3) ( ) , Welling ton (2) ( ) . Goals : Cadwalader (2) ( ) ; Draper (1) ( ) . Time of halves : Thirty-live and twenty-five minutes. PRINCETON , 57 ; LAFAYETTE , 0. PRINCETON , N. J. , Nov. G , Lafayette went down to an overwhelming defeat this afternoon and the Invincible Tigers added another victim today to their long list by rolling up 57 to 0 for the visitors. Seven thousand spectators witnessed the one sided contest , which , notwithstanding the slzo of the score , was Intensely Interesting and exciting , I-ifayette has one fact to console her. It WHH not 'her ' poor , but the superb all around work of Princeton that caused her defeat. Princeton wo ; ) the toss and chose the north goal. , Roller made the first touch down for I'rhiceton In eleven minutes after play commented after Ilften yards' run , The Lafnyotto Hue melted before the Tlgi-is' on slaughts uild lldltur again crossed the line and the seooml'lgonl was kicked by Halrd. The third touchdown war made by Wheeler after constant .hammering ! of the line. The Tigers were held for four downs on La fayette's ten-ywrd line , but regained the ball and nutfliert Wheeler over. The half ended In u"blazo of glory for Princeton , when HalrdilclCkpd a place Held goal from the forty-five yard line , Score , 23 to 0. The second , half was a repetition of the first. Within , two minutes after play was called Balnl crossed the goal line on u fake pass. Another touchdown was made to Hanmird , Wlieoler was pushed over for an other , and Hlldelirnnd surprised the specta tors by running iseveuty yurds for a sensa tional touchdown. G. Lathrop and Hllcle- br.tnd added twomoro , to the sum total , and with three rmhules still to play Captain Rhlneltai't nn d his broken-hearted men re tired from the uneven contest. Umpire : Langford , Trinity. Linesmen : Hill , Lafayette ; 8. J. King , Princeton. Touchdowns : Heller (2) ( ) , Wheeler (3) ) , Ualrd , Bannard , Hlldcbrand , Lathrop. Goals : Balrd (8) ) , Goals from IIfid ; Balrd. Total score : Princeton , 57 ; Lafayette , 0. Time of halves : Thlrty-llvo minutes , CORNELL , 45 ; PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE. 0. ITHACA , N. Y. , Nov. C. Cornell easily defeated Pennsylvania State colltKo today by tiho. largest score the Ithacans have rolled up this year 43 to 0. Although the Cornellluns were out of condition and their line weakened by the absence of McLaugh- lln und Reed , they played all around their opponents , outwitting them by doublu passIng - Ing and going at will through the tackles und around thu ends , MICHIGAN , 31 ; PURDUE , 4. ANN ARBOR. Mich. . Nov C.-Mlchlgan university rxaclly equaled the record the Unlverslly of Illinois made with Purdue In the Kiiinn here today , winning by u score of 3 < to 4. Purduo having scored on a twenty- nvc-vard run by Alward , Toward the end rr ; I of the second half the Michigan lcitrn began wnklnc up In old-time Myle and scored thrco touchdowns In prutly cloie succes sion , one flavins been scored earlier In the Jmlf. Hogg kicked nil tin- goals but one , Michigan's Intcrferenco has Improved Krently In speed and effectlvnoRa and the team would nnvo scored nt least two moro touchdowns If It had not been for fumbling. Three times the bnll was dropped Inside Purdue's live-yard line. Purdue's only piny was the Princeton revolving tandem. UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. S\ ; NOTRE DAM 10 , ft , CHICAGO , Nov. fi. In n long drawn out and tiresome iuim > the University of Chicago cage eleven defeated the team from Notre Dnme college at Marshall Hold thl * after noon by n score of 34 to ( i. The tfanin was very easy for Chicago nnd n decided ten dency to loaf was shown In the latter part of the game. Notre Dame's only score was a pretty drop kick from the thirty-yard line by Fullback Daly. HatnU's playing for Chicago wn n feature , making n run of seventy yards for a touchdown practically without Interference. Ho also advanced the ball tiny yards In the second half. Shlllo Was nbotil the only pliiycr who had any success In advancing t'ho ' ball for Notre Dame. WEST POINT , 4SJ LKHIGH , C. WEST POINT , N. Y. . Nov. C. In n per fect galeof wind Lehlgh met fiio Cadets on the field today and life game was absolutely one-sided from the beginning , Wcsl Point winning , 4S to C. The strong team cent otil by the soldier boys , that had held Yale down to a tlo score last week , simply plowed through Lchlsh' * line for touch downs when nnd where they pleased. NEWTON , Mass. , Nov. G. Brown de feated llio Newton Athletic Association tihls afternoon In n scrappy game by a score of 24 to 0. Newlon's line , while holding Brown well for Ihc Ilrst half , went to pieces In the second and Brown scored four touchdowns by end plays and plunges at the tackles. i CLEVELAND , Nqv. O.-Case school walked away with Kcnyon today to the tune of 50 to 0. The' Kcnyon eleven was helpless ns InfuntH bsforo the Case men. OBERL1N. O. Nov. B. Western Reserve Mhawed up nn unexpected strength today In view of the poor condition of Its eleven nnd hold Oberlln even. Score , C to C. Western Reserve kept the ball In Oberlln's territory after the first touchdown , nnd wjicn time was called nt the end of the Ilrst-half had the ball within two feet of Oberlln's goal. NASHVILLE. Tenn. , Nov. fi.-On Vnndnr- bllt athletic field : Vandeibllt , 31 ; University of North Carolina , 0. AMHERST , Nov. C.-Amhcrst , C ; Wil liams. 4. CAMBRIDGE. Nov. G. The Pennsylvania freshmen were snowed under onSoldiers' field today , when- they were defeated by Iho Harvard freshmen , S2 lo 0. It was a complete walkover for thp home players , who were not only llftccn pounds heavier , man for man , but also excelled In team work. KANSAS CITY , Nov. G. The University Medical college foot ball team easily de feated the Nebraska Wesleyan university team this afternoon , the score being 21 to 4. WASHINGTON. Pa. , Nov. fi.-The game between Washington and Jefferson und the Plttsburfr college elevens was too one-sided to bo Interesting. The Plttsburg boys sihowed considerable Improvement In their Interference and team work since their last visit here , but could do absolutely nothing with Washington nnd Jefferson's Hue. In the fiist half Washington and Jefferson scored 24 to Plttsburg 0. The second half was pretty nearly as hard for the visitors , Washington and Jefferson running Us total score up to DC , while Plttsburg failed to score. MADISON , WIs. , Nov. G. Wisconsin uni versity defeated Beloit college here today by a score of 11 to 0. The feature of the game was a goal from the field by O'Day , Wisconsin's great fullback. Interest was piven the contest by the fact Unit Wiscon sin will meet Chicago next Saturday In a Fame which will have a great bearing on the w < " tnrn foot ball championship. AMHERST. Mass. , Nov. fi. The1'iflfl poo- pie who saw the Amherst-Wllllains game on the Pratt Hold wore entertained ' , \lth a line exhibition , but ' ere dissatisfied with the result a tie , G to C. IJUKU.VT MiilllANICA WI3SM5YA.VS. IVIMINIIM Clly Aledlpiil CoHe \Vlns by .Skillful OlIHlllllKlltN. KANSAS CITY , Nov. G. ( Special Tele gram. ) The University Medical college foot ball eleven defeated the Nebraska Wesleyan team from Lincoln on the exposition park gridiron this afternoon by a score of 24 to 4. The teams wore pretty evenly matched in weight , but the Medics excelled in offen sive playing , their onslaughts on their op ponents' line shattering if and opening up gaps for big gains. Both teams p-we a pretty exhibition of Interference , but the team nork of the Medics excelled that of the Nebraskans. At the beginning It looked very much as If the 'Medics ' would have 'o ' fight desperately to score against the men from the north , for within seven minutes after play began , Gilbert , for the Wesley ans , had carried the ball over their oppo nents' line for a touchdown , but before the first hclf was ended r became apparent that the Wesleyans' touchdown was more a stroke of luck than the result of supeilor playing. The Wesleyans were never In the game from the second kick. For the Wes leyans. Left Halfback 'Bailey ' accomplished the most effective work. He was In eveiy scrimmage and he traversed the most ground for the visitors. Today's gam * was originally scheduled be- DH-een the .Medics and University of Ne braska , but at the last minute the univer sity team refused to come , saying they were afraid Kansas university 'would ' get onto their style of playing. The teams lined up as follows : | Medics. Positions. Wesleyans Phillips Left end .null Light Left tackle Dunn Hill Left guard Brew Buchholz Center Stull Pendleton ( Capt..Right ) guard Fltchle T'O'iff ' HlKht tackle..Gilbert ( Capt. ) Penny Right end Lemon Sutlon Quarterback Stevenson Lewis Left half Bailey Heller Right half Carver Jones Fullback Erwln Substitute ? : Wesleyans , Thomas , Funk and Kingsbury. Referee : W. II. II. Platt Umpire : George Lawrle. Time of halves : Twenty-five minutes. 13VI3XTS OX THU UUXMXO TRACKS. I'rrxli.vtfrlnii HciifH Iliiiiiioi'kliiirn mill Allcvlntc at 1a U en I id- . CHICAGO , _ Nov. C. Presbyterian beat Bannockburn and Alleviate In a sparkling race at Lakeside today , winning In a length In 1:21. : Sir Dllke ran a mile and a quarter In 2OGV4. : Macy , O'Connell and Abuse were winning favorites also. Tqpmnst was the only outsider to score during- the afternoon Results ; First race , threo-quailers of a mile- O'Connell , 117 ( Perry ) , 7 to 5 , won ; The Plutocrat , 105 ( Walker ) , 5 to 1 , second- Uncas , 115 ( Donaldson ) , S to 1 , third. Time : l'\4lA , Second race , ono and one-quarter miles : Sir Dllke , 102 ( Conley ) , 0 to 1 , won ; Cappy , 102 ( Kltley ) , second ; Evanatus , third. Time : 2OG'/4. : Third race , six and one-half furlongs : Presbyterian. (12 ( ( Burns ) , won ; Bannock- burn , 95 ( Donaldson ) , 4'/4 to 1 , second ; Alle viate , 92 ( Dupee ) , 7 lo 5 , third. Time : 1:21. : Fourth rare , one and one-olultith miles : Macy ( T. Burns ) , ! ) lo 10 , won : Boanerges , 110 ( Caywood ) , even , second ; Banquo II , 91 ( Dupee ) , 21 lo 1 , thlid. Time : 1:53V4. : Fifth race , ono mile : Abuse , ai3 ( T. Burns ) , won ; Imp , 105 ( Dupon ) , 4 lo 1 , second end ; Lady Callahan , 103 ( Clay ) , 10 lo 1 , thlid. Time : 1:01. : Slxlh race , one mile : Topmasl , 107 ( Sher- laud ) , 7 to 1 , won ; The Elector , 103 ( Mil- burn ) , 3 lo 1 , second ; Canton , 93 ( Reltze ) . G lo 1. third. Tlmn ; 1:42. : LEXINGTON , Ky. . Nov. G. Results : First race , six furlongs , Helling : Rollins , 97 ( J. Burr ) , 20 to 1 , won ; True Light , 101 ( J. MnttliowH ) , 5 lo 2 and oven , second ; Wuldorff , 100 ( W. Hleks ) G to 5 , third. Time ; 1:18. Groy Eclipse , Margaret Lyne , Calllo Dozler , Miriam M , Gnmmudon , Valiant , The Navy , Lalo , Epplnger and Rose Tree also ran. Second race , six and one-half furlongs : Hnmpden , 109 ( Beauchamp ) , 2 to 5 , won ; Conan Doyle , 103 ( Randall ) , n to 2 and 3 to 5 , second ; Provolo , 100 ( Huston ) , 8 lo 1 , third. Time : 1:25 : > 4. Wheoi-ln-the-Head und Stanhope- also ran. Third race , selling , one nnd one-sixteenth miles : Performance , 106 ( J. Matlhews ) , 2 to 5 , won ; Kitty B , 111 ( Benuchamp ) . 5 to 2 and oul. second : Sir Ebony , 102 ( H. Wil liams ) , G lo 1 , third. Time : 1:52 : , Amaze ment , Julie Clark and Dockstader also ran. Fourth , race , ono mllu : Belle Bramble , 102 ( Huston ) , 2 to 5 , won ; Letcher , 101 ( II. Williams ) , 2 lo 1 , second ; Tilmuda , 302 ( J. Matthews ) , 5 to 1 , third. Time : J : % . Caius also ran. , , Fifth race , four nnd one-half furlongs : Princess Revenue , 110 ( H Williams ) , 4 to 1 , won ; Dunstcr , 110 ( Ovorlon ) , 9 lo 5 and oul , second ; Conceal , 110 ( Randall ) , 4 to 1 , third. Time ; 0:58. : Lena Myers" , Happy Ten , Oriental , The Fly , Laurelta B und Aulo- harp also ran. xlD CliiNN 11 III liny. LINCOLN , Nov. G. ( Special. ) In Iho Held day contest between the sophomore und freshman classes at the University of Ne braska this afternoon Iho events were pushed off before an Interested crowd. The mlle run was won by Hill In 5:39. : The 00- yiird duitfi was taken by Colletl In 0:11 : a-5. Lasalle took second place , The ba ball throw % \a won by Stringer , who Kent It Jll feet Benedict took the foot ball kick , sending It Hlxty-fourund a half feet. .LaMar put the shot thirty-one feet elwat and a haif Inches , and took the prize. The..pole . vault was won by Benedict at eight feet two Inches. The running hlffh Jump WBB made ' THB MAIN CURSE OF OUR CLIMAT Effects ofthe Aroused Action of Catarrhal Poisons Instructive Points Relative to the Scourge That Makes Such Havoc Among the Human Race Now is the Time to Fortify the System Against the Winter's Cold. Of course the main curse of our climate Is catarrh , but It can't be too often re peated that catarrh Isn't nlways nil In flamed and running nose or n stuffed up head and stopped up nostrils. U Is usually souuthlnR deeper , more subtle , more secret mid more serious. How many thousands now suddenly find themselves suffering from some serious dyspeptic trouble , or be coming suddenly conscious of some distressIng - Ing kidney or bladder trouble , or of some abominable liver or bowel trouble , or some wasting lung trouble , or sonic alarming uterine trouble , all coming In reality fiom some long-lurking , long dormant , long Bleeping catarrh of either of those vital or- guns , And how many other thousands find themselves suddenly sick and mlsdrnble from a strange , debilitating bodily heat , which Is In reality a slow cntarrhal fever coming from thp nrouscd action of ca- tarrlml polsona upon the entire system. However , In nil these cllmnllc nnd ca- larrhal nllmcnlH It now costs but a trllle to secure the best treatment that modern skill nnd science can afford , and those who find themselves uffcclcd should lose no time In consulting Dr. Shepnrd. MAUlCi THIS. Dr. Slu-pnrd liivllcn n cloxc Moriitluy or every ntuU'tiiriit prliiU-il UK coinliiK from iinMi-iitM wlio linve Item under hln t r ( MI < in pit I. Tlit'np MUIIOMHPH nrp soiiu-llineH > oiir friend * nnd nelnh- l > or , oflpii iipoplp of iirotuliiPiipr nntl eelebrHy , and ultraJN men and iroin- eii of NfntitlliiK mid rexi > eelitlilllly. If tlipy HVP m-iir you KO nnil HO tlipm yoiirxolf. If ( hey lire dlMtlint iintlcittN write tlirni , ciiploMlnur Nliinip fl" ' re ply. TlniH In any iinrll'Milar enxe Hint Inl'i'e- you , lieennxe xlmlliir ( o your ( Mvn , yon limy udier ninny fuels Unit ulll nlil 5 on In your xeareli for health. Catarrh 15 Years Conquered by the Home Treatment. MRS. MINRRVA CUU/.AN. Hnrlnn , la. , % vlfc of a physician of that town , Is tin old nnd respected lady. She wiltes Dr. Shcpurd under date of October S. 1S'J7 : MRS. MINBKVA CHU/.AN , HAULAN IA. "Yes , I've been taking the Shepard Home Treatment for catarrh through the mulls from Omaha , and I must sjy It did Its work in my case nicely. "The symptoms that I suffered most from for fifteen years were ; "StopiiuKi- tlie null- ; "Watery illxelinr e from nosl rll.s ; "HIiiKiiiK iiolxpM In tlie earn ; ' apt-UN of illrxliii-NN ) " .lIui-oiiN drlpplnp : Into the throat ; "IIii lclii r anil Nplttlim' ; "Hpiidiiflip ; " 13'PNtn < pr.v anil liilliiiueil ; " . \HMIJH talcliiK' cold , even wlthuut 'ICnolly tired out ; "Irrltalilp , n-NtlpKN and BeaeruIIy ailNentlile. "Thesp were about the symptoms thai annoyed me nearly half my lifetime and by Lrisallc , height five feet three Inches. Stringer tfirowcd thu hammer sixty-eight feet six Inches. In tlho running broad Jump W. 13. Andrcsen went eighteen feel two and n half inches. Previous to the regular field day events , the senior and junior classes of the university played a game of foot ball ( Ifteen-mlnute halves The teams were evenly matched and played an interesting game , neither tide making a score. ItrenkH Tivi'iity-Fonr-IIoiir Itreord. BROCKTON , Mass. , Nov. G , Frank B. German of this city broke the American twenty-four-hour bicycle rend record by riding 342 nilloH between 4 p. m. Friday and Uhe s.ime hour today. The former record , 310 rnlli'H , was hold by Davis of Cleveland. German also broke Davis' twelve-hour rec ord of 17i ( milea by riding lf)2 ) miles In Ihe saimi time. The course was from Ibis city to Franklin park , Boston , a round distance of llfty-four miles. German made the trip up and back six times and finished with a spurt. He finished the 342 miles Just seven minutes before the expiration of the twen ty-four houis , and being near his liuine stopped rather fihan ride out the even hour. A number of bicyclists on tandems and single wheels paced German. Five Foot Hall AoeldenlN. 1'ITTSUURG , la. , Nov. C. Five rather serious accidents happened In foot ball games In and near tills city today. In Ihe GreensburBDuqliesne AlhlPlIc und Counlry club game Floyd Rose , Dunui'sne's quar terback , hud his shoulder dislocated and will play no moro this season. Roberl Grange of Iho nellllleld Athletic team suf fered concussion of the brain und Is now lylnnin n precarious condition. William Walker of Iho I'lllsburg college team hud his right clavicles fractuied. George Lazelle of the New Haven , 1'a. , eleven had hlH collar bone broken , and Hurt Ritchie was hurt Internally nnd hud lo bo carried from Ihe field , Hu will probably sucuurnb. liiNt llniid Itiiee of ( lie SeiiHiin , HASTINGS , Neb , , Nov. C. ( Special. ) The last blcyclo road race of the season was run last night from the aHylum to thu cor ner of Denver avenue and Second slrecl. Six were entered In the race and It proved n very hot one , as the flrnt three lo cross Hie tape were within n few yards of each other. Clydn Keith won Ilrst , Krnest Uour- etto second und J. Stewart third. Clowe of Chli-auo HOI-HP Short- , CHICAGO , Nov. C. The first annual horse show ended tonight. The enterprise has been ono of the most successful ex hibitions ever held in this oily and Us pro- jeclors have been HO encouraged by the attendance ) and the number of exhibitors that they have determined lo make the show an annual feature. The show was a Ilimnclal success. _ HorHfiiiiin CoiiiinllH Niilpldp , TIPTON , Ind , , Nov. C. Joseph Jolly , widely known as a driver and handler of horses , committed sulcldo here last night by shooting himself In the head with n re volver. Death wan Inslnnlani'ous , Jolly was a brother of "Float" Jolly , a well known horse owner , Anierleiin llorneH ( Jo lo NI5W YORK. Nov. C. The famous racing horse Archduke , which Is to be. . run In the English Dei by next Heuson , was shipped for London loday on the Iransport liner Mobile , us was also the American-bred racing horse Indian Chief. _ AiiNtrnlliin-KiiKllHli CrlcUel Match , BOULOGNE , Vlctoila , Nov. 6. In' the cricket match between Captain Sloddard's English eleven und an eleven representing the colony of Victoria , the latter at thu close of play today hud scored 273 uns for six wickets , I'lirpliiiupn. Criilier'x III < CTP | . NASHVILLE. Tenn , , Nov. C.-It was an- nouneed today that General W , H. Jackson of Hello Meade hud purchawd the Interest of Richard Croker In the Belle Meade breed. Ing farm for thoroughbred horses. Jnekey Club Meeting l'i li nrd. NEW ORLEANS , Nov , B. In deference to the wlahts of horse owners und others who which no treatment I ever had before seemed to have tiny effect "on. Hut under the Shejwml trealment not one , but all thu avmptoms seemed to very soon yield en tirely , I discontinued Hie treatment because - cause I felt my catarrh bad been mustered nnd that 1 no longer needed medicines " si vine THIS , TOO , The rplntlotiN lictvteen Dr. Shppiird nnil hln imtleiilM nrp nlixolntely ponlU dentlnl.o iiiinip of any pntlent Ix pypr iiNpil In print or In 'any ' olhcr milliner an a referenee vtlllMint p\ . prpNN anil villllnir eoiiHiMit , K\ pry point In ( Up Mo-enlled nipillpiil code of Ktlilrn In Nlrletly observed , In tel ler nnd Niilrll , p\ppptlnw Ilinl ono Mhlph dciilpH HIP rlKht of a ubyMleliiu to employ IIIIHIIPHN inpllioilN In hU lirnpllpp. HAD L > ASAt. AT.\RIUI. Itn ( Inlok nnd CotnplPlp > liiNpry | an Told liy a .Mother. Leo I'lnnell , aged ( ! . Is n bright pupil of the Lincoln school und lives nt92.iS.ld street South Omaha. Io's father Is well known tuiion-j' biiBlncBs men , being with the West- urn Weighing association , olllces nt 12th nnd Farntim , this city. Mrs. I'lnncll , the mother , makes this statement : LEO I'INNELL. . "Our little boy , Leo , although but fi years old. had been In bad n way with theea - larrh of the head for nearly three venri Wo weiu aware of the danger of I'l'ltui'ii such n Ihlng run with a child , but m- 5 , C trmvl1.l"KTUnyVllnRr' ? l'hlnk"'K ' , ' b , . would outgrow It. Leo had an Intense form of the disease , mainly In the nose Ho caught cold continually , and as far us wo could see Into his nostrils they were'raw and Inflamed. Ho could not breathe lit ill except through his mouth. After-i whllo the breath became olTeiiMlvo nnd whnln masses of discharge would pnther In Iho nose , throat and up In the he.id faster than ho could get rid of It. This was his stale - day and night before his cutu by DtShim - nrd. The doclor's treatment w.is plc.is.mt and mild nnd wrought a peifict cute \\e weie assured by friends In whom we had all confidence that Dr. SVirpiml had tin- best system of treating catarrh Thnt was what we wanted lo get nt. The small fee 11 mouth and medicines free cut no llMiie nt all. It Is now over two years since his case was pronounced cured by I3r Shepard. There has been no sign or symptom of his old trouble since. " Sl'KOIAl.TIF.Si Catarrh , lipafaPHN , ItlieiiniiitlNiii , ! > ! - PIIHPN of < he LIIIIUN. Ijlvpr nnd Klil- ne > N. AlKo itnpinre , I'llr.s. .VervniM DlHi-iiMeH ami Ailment * ol U omen. CoiiNiiltatloii free. IIOMI5 TIIUAT3IKM' IIY M\II , . I'nUenlN vi ho | ] Vf at a dlsliinee ean IIP ( realed ivllli perfect HIKTCHS ) > y thp u 111 of the Slieiinril .s < > niitoin hlnnU find patlentx' reporl Nheein sent freu on apiillealloii. C. S. SIIKPAHD , M. I ) . , | | Consulting anil ANNiiplntt'N. | | Physlflans ROOMS 311 , 312 .t 313 NEW YOI1IC LIFK BUILDING , OMAHA , NKli. onice hours 9 lo 12 a. m. ; 2 lo ii p m. Evenings Wednesdays and SatuuUys only 6 to S. Sunday , 10 to 12. have planned to participate In the meeting of the Crescent City Jockey club the op-n- Ins of the meeting has been postponed from November 13 to December 4 All stakes , ul- vertlhed to be rim after that d.ite will tnku place as per schedule. Entrance money In the three stake.s advertized to he inn be tween November 13 and December 4 will ba refunded. Stable room already allotted \Md be reserved. WlilNl dull Vote * . In the search for new trick-making de vices ninny players lose track of some of the old fundamental principles of wnlst One In particular does not receive the consldi r.i- llon to which it is entitled , and lh.it Is the forcing of a strong trumip hand. No defense of a weak trump hand will , as [ i tule , glvo bettor results than a Miepessfiil for. o , Ti limps nre usually led from four or five , and ono or two forces will almost entirely destroy the effectiveness of such a hand. Unfortunately ninny ipl.iyers dislike to sen their u Inning cards trumped and prefer to held them , In hopes that they may m iko them laler , The consequence Is that Lirno samu c.irds are Humped later In the game n\hen the result Is more disastrous. There was n hand plnyi-d nt tin * Om.ih.i Whist club n sliort time slnco that illns- trated the casu In point. East held jack , ten , nine , six and llve > of spades ( trumps ) , king of diamonds , ace , Mug , queen , Juck and threat small liearts and no club ? . South with seven clubs headed by t'nc ' king , opiMird fourth beat. North held ace- queen , Jack and deuce of clubs and played the Jnck. East Irumped ami led trump. South , with aca and Mnall trump , covered with his act ) and led n single diamond ( len ) , which K.ist won with his lone king and iiK.iln J--iI trump. Norrti tukcs the trick \\i h quc-i'ii and lolurna a diamond and forces West's ace. West returns a heart , which In taken by East , who reads king and one trump , all the diamonds in North's hand , with clubs In South's hand Ho proceeds to force North with hcar'H. North takes the forcu and leads 111. ) king of trumji.s. Ho then leads a club , ulilcli East trumps and makes his re maining hearts. East and Wc.st Like ulnu tricks. At another table tin * olnb Is opened by South , as beforo. Kiwi trumps and lend * Iriunps , inhlch North takes with hid queen. North now leads his ac of clubs , forcing East , who takes tlio force and leads another tuiinp. South takes \vllti his ace and comes buck with his king of clubs , forcing Eusl's lust nuinp. East leads hit ) hearts. On the second loiiml North trumps and having -wisely thrown his queen of tilubs on South'H king , returns Ihe deuce of clubs. South makes four tricks In clubp ; Kant und West make but flvo trie ) : * , a difference of four In favor of the forcing game , The Saturday trophy of th Omaha club Is otlll held by Captain Jones' team , whir i has defeated Captain Alleo'u team , also I'M of Captain Hutkley. This team will , IB.I piny thu Doctors on Saturday night The scores at progressive pairs on W ' < lni * day night resulted na follows ; , North and South llurrull and Suinney. . . , , . , . -f Dougluti and minimum. . . . , . , , , . . . .a Heed and KliiC'Imrt. . , . . , , . .a'i lU-ilk'k and Morsman 'i Shipley and Comstock darner and Oeorgo Scrlbner Stubbs and Pope , , . , Average , , . , Hast und West McDowull and Calm , Jordon and Luwrenco Crummer and Joplln , , I'elerS and Conkley. . . . , lilid and A. W. KtrIbn < T MarplcH and H'uiHfn Tuckur and Haigla , , , , Average For the mouth of October the ten hit. scores were ; Nnmo. Score.jName. 8. Lawrmico 'Hlnelmrt , . llurrell 3lHi | > eil . , Alltu . ' . . . . . . a'Jl.Mtlkle Sumncy 2cilielnil rft . . COB SBIHhPU The score of the first tun for thf months ended October 31 now viand Name , Bcore.lNHine. B < Hliifhurt IGSiltei'd JOIICH 85 Mclklu Alleo 7C l iwrence , , . . . . . , C5 Muruhull u