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TTIE OMAHA IJAi.LV HET: RUNT) A V, OCTOBER 0, 1001.
TIGERS ARE DRIVEN TO COVER Prairie Dtp Ghtia TMr Striptd Opponents All Orer tk Field. DOANE IS OUTCLASSED BY NEBRASKA Preachers from Cretr I'nt fp Cnine FlRht, but Cnptnln AVVtfMer' Tenm Milken Spore Tnrnl) Miif (o NntiKht. LINCOLN, Oct. G. (Special Telegram.) In a one-sided game tho University of Ne braska foot ball team was victorious this afternoon over the Uoano college team of Crote. Twenty and llftccn-mlnuto porlods wero played, resulting In a Beoro of 29 to 0. Tho visitors had n strong tram, but owing to their Inexperience they were outclassed at all points In tho game. The Nebrnskans appeared In good form and played rapidly and effectively throughout. Two substi tutes wero tried In tho lino and two sets of backs were used. On dcfenslvo pluy tho Nebraska team showed marked Im provement and so far ns could ho Judged tho team work was equally strong. Only onco In tho entire contest Old tho Uoano team gain distance on downs. The ball was continually In Doano's territory, excepting when driven back by punting-, and never was thero any serious danger of tho Nebraska line being crossed. Cor telyou at right end and I'lllsbury at full back In tho flmt half made spectacular plays, the former In tackling and tho lat ter In gaining ground, George Shedd showed up In his oldtlmo form, but was taken out at tho end of the first hulf, owing to ii slight injury. For Doanc the playing of Carlson nnd Wendland was especially notlccnblc. Captain Wcstovcr won the toss and choo tho north goal, with n alight wind ut hl back. Nebraska kicked on for twcnty-tlyo vnnlH. I)oano'n fullback was downed In hla trucks by Cortolyoii. Knller hit renter or twn ynnls nnii i.:nnon lor mree. jij tho noxt play Donne fumbled and ShedJ fell on tho ball. Nebraska now began a procession down the field. Kingsbury plunged throiish right tacklo for live yards nnd I'lllsbury tho same place for live and eight-yard galnn. Shedd bucked renter for three yards and Kingsbury circled the left end for live. A delayed puns netted tliroo yurdB. Kingsbury advanced thu ball two yards through right tackle nnd Shedd live through left tackle. Kingsbury was shoved ovor from Ooane's llve-yaril line for n touchdown. Stringer Kicked nn easy goal Time, llvo minutes. Score, fi-O. hn.rn lslbw1 ntt thlrtv Vfirria II till Kit. braska fumbled but kept On: ball on the twenty-nve-ynrd line. The Lincoln men Mtnrtnil down tlio field aunln. Shedd and Kingsbury smnshrd through the lino for fifteen nnu ten-yarn gainH. uonno iook a brncn and held their upponcntH for downs. Htrliicir minted for twontv-llvo vards and Shedd tackled Carlson so hard he dropped thu ball, Cortelyou Htnrtcd for tho goal with tho bull, but wan downed by one of the Tigers. Tho Nebraska barks rushed tho ball down tho Held nnd Shedd plunged over the goal line with two or three Tigers hanging on his bark The crowd yelled, causing Stringer lo miss goal. Time, four minutes. Score, 11-1). Donne kicked olt thirty-five yards and iJraln returned the ball live yards on tho next play. Halfback Shedd sprained his nnklii and wns replaced by Bender. Kings bury got the signals mixed nnd lost the ball nn it fumble. Donne tried their opponents' line, but tho light Tiger barks could not nothing with Nebraska' forwards, On tho third down n placo kick was tried. Stringer blocked It nnd got the ball. Kingsbury went through right tarklo for ten yards and Pllluhury was shoved and dragged through renter ror leu inure, iicmicr mane iwcniy yards around left end behind perfect In terference. Nebraska soon carried tho ball down the Held to Donne's twenty-yard line. Donne then took the bull on downs. I'lll ler minted thlrtv vnrds nnd Drain ilodcnl and wriggled back ten yards before he was downed. Nebraska by line -bucks nnd end runs earned tne tmll down tno tieiu again. Pllshury was shoved over for the third touchdown. Htrlnnrr kicked goal. Time; Ten minutes. Score- 17. to 0. Douno kicked off and an Nebroska lined up tlnui was caueii, Time oi nan, nveniy minuies, Douno klckod off thirty-live yards. Drain. behind a fine Interference, brought the ball bark twenty-nvo yards. Nebraska changed Its back field In this half, Crandal and Hell replacing Klngstiury and Pllshury. The new set of bncka worked well, pushing down the Held for n touchdown without losing tho ball. Hell did some great line bucking, hitting the oon'or for bin ualns. Hell made tho touch down. Stringer kicked goal. Time: Tour minutes. Hcor: 23 to o. Nebraska got the ball nn the klckoff and after a rew minutes or Hard, steady piay Inu. shoved Hell ovor for his second touch down. Nehrnska fumb!ed a rouple of iioane a punts ami iime wns cuiicu, wun tho ball on Its twenty-flve-yard line. Tltno or liair: rineen minutes, i.incnp: Nebraska 29 0 Doane Voss Center Taylor Urew Right guard Moon Tobln Left guard Speaso Stringer Left tnokle Fuhrer.Cupt. Wcatover Right tackle Patten Shcil Left end Wendlnnd Cortelyou-Johuson. .Right end -..Hall Drain Quarterback Howlby Pllsburv-nel!..,. Fullback Jones Shedd-Rcnder. .Right halfback Carlson Klngsbury-Crnudnl.Left halfback. .Houston PLAY BY ELECTRIC LIGHT Krnlie nnd firliinell 1'iit Up Vnnt tin me or Foot llnll After Sun- itlMTII. DE8 MOINKS, Oct. r,.-(Speclat Tele gram,) Orlnnell college won over Drake. 6 to 6, In a spirited contest by elcotrlo light, beginning at R:30 o'clock tonight. Orlnnell had much the lighter eleven, but played snappier ball than Drake nnd had the best of It throughout most of the game. Orlnnell kicked off, Drake got ho ball from a touchdown back and kicked out from the twenty-llve-yiird line. Orln nell pot tho ball and carried It down In side tho flve-yurd line nnd lost It on downs. Drake, nfter two downs, tried to punt. Tho center made a poor pass. Grlnnell got tho ball on the fumble nnd carried It over for a touchdown. Tho tlrst hnlf w.s i finished aften ten minutes moro playing. Drnke kicked off In the second half nnd m DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures maae oy ur. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the ereat kldnev. Ilvrr Ii and bladder remedy. ,e It is the creat medl- cal triumph of the nine- teenth century; dis covered after years of uuU, scienwic research by HSg Dr. Kilmer, the emf- wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou bles and Brlght's Disease, which Is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root Is not rec ommendedfor everything but If you havekld noy, liver or bladder trouble It will be found lust the remedy you need. It has been tested In so many ways, In hospital work, in private practice, among tho helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. When wrltlntr mention readlntr this eeneroua oner in tnis paper and end your address to Dr. Kilmer 4t Co., Blng hamton, N. Y. The regular fifty cent and nam of swamivruxx. dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. the ball changed hand two or three times, Orlnnell wns forced to punt Drnke car ried tho ball back to within three yards of Orlnnell's goal, where It was penal ized ten yarns for an onsiue piny, un me next down Drake dropklcked a goal from the field. The piny during the rest of the last half was done to the center and with out feature. Drake twice got tho ball In side Its opponents' nvc-ynrd line, but Orln nell took It on downs. The game was wit nessed by un immenso crowd nnu me ground was brilliantly lighted. Drakes center wns forced to leave the game be came of Injuries. BLUFFS TEAMMS A WINNER Drfrnt Fremont IIIrIi School nt Foot Unit TiTrnty-Mnc to Zero, FtlKMnT. NVh.. net. K. fSneclal Tele- grnm.)-The Council muffs High school team enmo up Here loniiy to gei us re venge upon Fremont for Its defeat of last year nnd It got It. At the close of the last half tho score wns 20 to 0 111 favor of the Iowans. ,, 1 1 riiiuiu , v, un. ctitii.iin ...... ..... down tho Held, Tho IHuITh boys, worked the ball back to renter liy line bucks ami runs for short gains, then losi u on umvn. Fremont got in some goon wurij, mm ten minutes had the ball on the Muffs lli.n.vnr.l linn lull tout II fill n flltlllllO. Several end runs and a penalty of ten yards for a foul tackle brought tho ball dangerously near Fremont s .goal. I ull tmck Andre tried to put, but the ball was blocked and rusned over me uno iur touchdown. Goal wns kicked. Fremont slock was Htui up. i ttl will fetched nrr. More looso playing resulted In another touch down for Council Illuffs. Tho rest of the game was a procession. i crmcm uimn Fremont got rattled and the boys from the Hlurfs had little illlllrulty In 'olng nround tho ends for substantial Bains. Their tack ling WUM gOOU, llieir lino U SOIlll un : nu.. .i,..7M .ti.rM..uf, annii,ilihu, I,rem,iiit rnuld not touch. Some of the inoit brilliant plays were made by tho Fremont Wjys. but they i.. ,i.n ..i.nift, t.-i i.iWa ritlviititnirn oi them. Mnxwell played a fast gamo nt loft end for Fremont, but lacked support. t,.ll. . - . . t.nMn.l.i l Icllt lHliril. fIHI III f.'llll-l. iiiinti,,. . . .n.- Andrews at fullback nnd llrown nt right nd put up good fool ball. Fremont lacked tho team work of Its opponeutH. For Coun cil Ilium (Jrayson, AyicBwonn, nui in Oralner made Bomo good gains. Lineup: ..nii nine 'ii o ! remoni Scblcoctte Left end Mux well 13 s wort b Left tarklo non ' Campbell Left guard uraei nai I'm, i. iiii.in irtnird vunnadu Orayson. .Left tackle Lumbanl PIllliiK Right end r"w.n Uiingnn . . . guarterbark i-rnz AvloHWortn I'UiiiiacK nil"" "." 'i'r..,,,.r- I ,.fl tmlrhiirk Smith Cochran .'.....'.Right halfback Denslow Referee Taryner t'mplre: AlcMurr.U Time; Twenty-minute halves. QUAKERS SHOW IMPROVEMENT Vnn.iiiUbnieiit of Ntnte CollfKP le- vrlopn .'mv StrriiKth of the 'Vnrntly Klevm. PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 5.-Tho t'nlverslty of Pennsylvania eleven today defented tno Stato college of Helleronie, .'J to . l u-uu ..i..nin i,d uiw.u,,. rntunrWnlile Imnrove ,i,,rli. i tin Iumi ivi.pl; ii ml the addition of ' Teas at right guard strengthened tho team considerably. , , . Mint, i , will,, i?n hn Hume i:ood material nu played a stiff game. The visitors ma'io tneir oniy loucnuowii nnu s.n m i" m" half After securing the ball on downs, wiiitivnrtli rnti nriiiinil rltrht end for lifted! yards nnd Smith was pushed through ror live more, Sholl crossing the line In a mass play. Pennsylvania scored In both halves bv resorting to "guards back." Davidson, Teas, Shook and Uennett scored Pennsyl vania's touchdowns. Dennett kicked three goals for Pennsylvania and Smith ono for Mtaio college. CLOSE CALL FOR COLUMBIA Wllllniiis rollciir Ton m Miike tho Aimv lorkors Hurry to .Neoro Onee. .mii, -,r,t.- -.rtt r. l,.lttmhln ilnfeated Wll'larns this afternoon nt foot ball on tno now gridiron at mo poio Broiirai?, i. The louchdown that won the game was made by Wcekes after a sensatlona rim. Two threatened touchdowns by llllams were also provented by Columbia s left halfback through his alertness In falllne on tne nan ni ara uiun.ui um ....... .lams fumbled. . 1., (It .ifirmu'nat nf limr' gins that Columbia escaped dofeat. On the m i . . . ....iIh..1ii - 4 n lnf Aria second nnir ii wns vniu-i u.... slve. Twice the MnBsacbusettH college lost chances to Hroro by fumbles on Colum bia's ten and tliree-yaru linen rrnpi'i'iivn HARVARD NOT UP TO FORM Conch Hold SIumts lMnsntlufnotlon with Toiim'n Work In Ilefentlim llntes nt CiuiilirlilKO. CAMRRIDCR. Mass.. Oct. 5. Harvard de feated Hates on HolUlers ncui nun ": t ..f irt tn t tin, visitors scorn being made owing to n fumble by Swann on Harvard's twenty-flve-yard Une and the quick work oi niaau mm jijii.-n .. i... ,1... lnlopf,,rflnnn nf Allen Rlstlne and Cutts did the best work nnd Moody made most or tno gains mr ii--a After the game Coach Held bod the nr slty line up againsi ine iicnniucii, b m. sallsilcd wns no wun nu n iuu ri"n. YALE TEAM MARS ITS VICTORY Fumble Uy U or-Conflileiit Suhstltiite CIvon Tufts nil Opportunity It Kiiihrnorn. -, ii 1-T..X- rnt k A funiHlrt ennt Yntc a rlcan score In today's struggle with tho Tufts college eleven. It was nn un necessary erior on the part of nn over confident substitute that gave Tufts tho onlv chance It had to score during Ih game, not being nblc to hold Its own In the least degree wun mu im iiuuiiimi.- nmn lino of Yalt. The dual srnro wns 2.1 to 5. CRESTON TEAM OUTCLASSED llcdfovil Hlwh SchooPii Suiiorlor Veluhl Too Miicli for It" Opponent". nMtii.-milv in.. Oct. 5. (Special Telo- gram.)-The game of foot ball between Creston and Hrdford high schools this afternoon was won by Hedford, 23 to 0. Tho vlsllors wero too light for the lorul team and were ouicianseu. i no iiixi mnrte within one minute after the klckoff. The return gamo will no played nt creston. Tulior Wins by Small MnrKln. nv-.n OAK. In.. Oct. 5. (Special.) The Tabor college foot ball toam won from Red Oak nt l'nctoius in me nrsi gume oi inu senson, 17 to 1G. Uoth teams used a num ber of new men, Tabor had the heavier team, but Red Oak has bad more practice. At the close of tho first half tho score vim 17 In 5 In favor of Tabor. Red Onk Ihen took a brace and worked Its score up to 18. The nnal score was: Timor, iii lieu Oak, 111. Two hundred people witnessed the game. The Tabor crowd returned by a special train. Foot llnll l.encne llrrnk Up. MlLWAFKKi:. Oct. 5. -The Natlonnl As sociation Foot llnll league, which was rec ently orcanliei) In Chicago, having St. Louie, Milwaukee, Detroit and Chicago as members, will not take the Held this season. The cause for this Is the blch rates niked by tho roilwoyR between Chicago and St Louis. President Karel today decided to call tho deal off, for this season, and has notified the parlies Interested to that effect. West 1'nlntern Are Winners, HIGHLAND FALLS. N. V Oct. 5,-Re-tween I.oful nnd 3,0f) foot ball enthusiasts witnessed the game here this afternoon be tween the West Point cadets and the learn from I'ranktln-Marshall college of Lan caster. Pa Tho contest resulted 20 to 0 In favor of the soldiers. There wero three touchdowns and Daly kicked a goal from tho Held CREIC1IT0N BESTS BELLEVUE Uniwiity Gridiron AthleUi Run Up ft Ecore f Thirty-ET Pointi. EASY VMLKAWAY FOR THE HOME ELEVEN Visitors Outi'lnksiMl III Wolnllt, Mired nml .Hl.llt. hut I'luy n .rr (ionic Mnnj- Wiiiiion See the Contest. Princeton'.. Little I'leU-l'ii. PRINCRTON. N. .1., Oct. R.-Prlnceton de feated Haverford at toot ball here tod'iv, 47 to 0. The gamo throughout wns one sided and the only features wore several long runs by Princeton's halfhncks and Dewltt, fifiiris HIkIi Jiohool Wlim, OENKVA. Neb.. Oct. B. (Special.) The Oeneva High school foot ball team, with Superintendent Taylor, drove, to Fairmont yesterday nnd pHyed the Fairmont High school team Oeneva won, 11 to 0. Joy reigns In the camp of Crelghton. Thirty-seven points was the scoro which tho gridiron athletes of the university rolled up against Hollevuo lu n foot hall gamo yesterday afternoon and their adver saries were unable to get even within striking dlstanco of the Crclghton goal throughout the contest. The feature of the crowd which attended tho game on tho now Crclghton Held was tho generous sprinkling of women. For tho first time this fall tho fair sex was out In force and their school spirit nnd loy alty nnd enthusiasm put the men to shame. Many Ilcllevuo supporters were there and It was altogether un evenly divided swarm that rooted Itself honrso between I nud C o'clock, somo yelling for the victors, others shouting Just ns loyally for tho losing side. It wns In every sense n walkaway for Crleghton. Tho team did not outweigh Its opponents to nny appreciable extent, not more than fifty pounds In all, hut tho wearers of the bluo sweater with the bis white "C" outplayed their antagonists, man for ninn, nnd the result was an over whelming victory. Two halves of twenty-live minutes each was enough for tho Crclghton boys. That was all tho time they needed to make seven touchdowns by straight foot ball, no flukes nor fakes, und to kick two goals out of the seven chances. In that one de partment of tho gamo Crelghton Is la mentably weak. Cuptain Weluh and "Mlko" Thomas, the two ends, nnd stars both of them, took turn about at tho goal work. Every touchdown of tho soven was Itnnie. dlatoly behind tho goal or nearly so nnd that gnvo them a straight, fair kick with the full margin of goal width, In splto of that fact they missed flvo between them and Welch mado the two that were Bcorcd. fionl KIcUIiik n lilt Oft Thnt Is unfortunate work and though It mado no difference In tho result of yes terday's contest, In n close gamo tho ef fect might have been disastrous. Goal kicking Is a very Important feature of foot ball. Every season Is strown with games lost nnd won by poor goal kicking and good. Last fall Minnesota defeated Wis consin because tho latter missed a goal nnd the Umlgcr.s wero tho better team. In nil ather departments tho Crelghton boys wero superb nnd every credit Is due Coach Wh'.pplo and Captain Welch for the flno working order and snappy play which they have Inculcated into their men In so short n time. It was the briskness of action, coupled with the formldablo plung ing of llutlcr and tho end runs of Thomas and Welch, that won for Crelghton. Meanwhile Dcllevuo college played a los ing but n nervy game. Tho vanquished men. downtrodden nnd trampled and held for downs and turned at every stage, never fal tered a moment. Plucky Captain Cooper nnd his cohercnts played on and on, their faces nlways towards the goal which thoy found It lmposslblo to approach. nellovue being held and unublo to make hucdway by running the ball, played a kicking gamo, and this resulted In open play which was pretty to see. This stvlo prevailed throughout a large portion of tho ccntest. Only three times during the contest did the visitors make tho required five yards In thrco downs, and that explains why the ball was never In their possession within fortv yards of Crelghton's goal. The latter school, too. did somo kicking, though only com pelled to take such action on three occa sions. Both "Mlko" Thomas nnd "Torn" Moore proved themselves most capable at lofting the pigskin. Sciisiitloiinl Tmieliilovin. The most sensational touchdown of tho game was that by little Quarterback Calla han In the second hnlf. Thomas punted from the Crclghton thirty-yard line. Corn well muffed the ball, putting all Crelghton players on side. Then, before Ilcllevue know what had happened, Calluhnn scudded In and got tho ball on tho bound nnd had started away towards tho goal through the broken ranks of his opponents and, with mnrvolous dodging and leaping nnd ducking, he got past them all When ono man, who started lu pursuit, fell down Callahan's goal was assured. Of tho other touchdowns, Roberts took two, McShane one. Walker one. Whlnnlo ono nnd Hutler one. "Dusty" Mobarts' exhibition nt tacklo'wns beyond criticism. The stars of the Crelghton team, however, wero four. Hutler and Walker for their flno bucking and plunging, and Thomas nnd Welch for loi.g end runs, each Imvlng hnlf a dozen of twenty yards or more to his credit. All four also did themselves proud In defensive work, especially Welch. For tho visitors. Itlght Guard Sawtell was the wizard of tho line, while ninong the backs Left Half Throw won the admiration of the crowd bv his terrific playing ugalnst heavy odds. Lineup: CrelclllOn 37 Posltlnnn. ft11rllnvim Thomas Left end Popo iiuui'iin i.cii mcKie a. cooper McCoy Luthborough....I.ef( guard Stroud Sullivan Center Scolleld Lain Right guard Sawtoll Walker Right tackle Kerr Welch Rlcht end MoWhnrtor Callahan Quarterback T. Cooper dicDiiunn jiigui nnu Da ck . ornweii Whipple Left halfback Throw Butler Fullback Moore t'mplre; O. McDonald. Referee: Frank Crnwford. Timers: AV. P, Lynch for Crelghton, J. A. Bhnfer for Hellevue. Line men: Will O'Keefe for CroUhton, Shirley Elsmore for Hellevue. WHIST CLUB REORGANIZES All l.tMors of (ho (iniuo Invited to In lie with It for Cum in K Scnion, The Omaha Whist club has been exceed ingly quiet during tho summer months but now that the long oventnGs urn drawing near It desires to reorganize for the win ter. All the old members, as well ns any other lovers of whist, are Invited to tho meeting next Wednesday night. Four tubles wero In play at the Inst mooting with the following result: NORTH AND SOFTII. Thomas and HuBhmnn 151 Crummcr nnd Sweet H9 j Jordan und McNutt 151) ! Garner & Calm 183 5 EAST AND WEST. Coe and Hedlck 238 !! Rogers and Harness 'ti Hurrell and Alice 2S Merrlam nnd Wheeler 214 -13 tluiikrr Crlekoter In I. end, PHILADELPHIA. Oct. S.-The necond day's play In tho International cricket match closed here today with tho honors strongly lu favor of the Philadelphia team. When stumps wero drown tonight the Quakers were leading by U9 for tho loss of only two wickois in ineir seconu inning. 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Vi curry cry thin u In I lie luinli am xlitlluiicry Hue, mill at lowest luinvlhlc price. Egyptian Seal Hound Teachers' Hlblo - with combined concordances, maps, nuineroiiM Illustrations and additional features-red under gold edgofl-wllh thumb Index ppeclnl j jtQ French Morocco iioiind Now Testa ments wllh gold edges - irtri fcpeclnl at IVw "j Regret Cards--size ;ixHa with envf'.upeM to innlch-extra line I -Sr. satin ilulsli -special at ... lOw Lean sheets Toilet Paper extra lino tissue fluidity--regular value fxr, 10c special at vJC Jewelry Dept, Flit'!' I'MIOIt. Slcrllliu MUer Ten nml Table .mhiii Mile Kiccptlonnl Values. We tiffcr a good weight Sterling Silver Teaspoon, beautiful designs, ,4 H per sen of 0, at HtVJ An extra heavy Sterling Sliver Thim ble, utiual value Mo, OC till,'!' CLOCKS, A very cholco selection of fancy Gilt Clocks useful as well us ornamental suitable fur wedding gills, c m uik ranging lu price, up trom....'VtJ" F1I,I,F.I HIAtiX. Plain or heavy chased looks ns good as solid gold warranted tor S years will stand acid test each 25c and OUt SI.UHVI3 lll'TTO.VX. A largo nnd choice lino of Sleeve nut ton1; regular value 50c and ttr- $l.S5-speelal L'tc nnd OVC A largo size Salt Ilox for A Coat Hunger for We carry n largo line of Ill'TTUll CHIMIN'S In all sl7.es nml makes. Our lino or WASI1INO MACHINES Is tho best to be found anywhere. We bnve ten styles to choose from, Prices !,l,;n,rom $6.85 Hardware Dept, I'lttST FI.OOIl. IVvery Item la (IiI.h ileiur(nieiit In a lini'ifMiti. We iinote a fciv or the in n ii.i i A small Japanned Hread ilftr box at CJ, A fiO-lb. Japanned Flour lliu QSc A 10-fit. Orunlto Olshiinu Q8c A good Clotheswrlnger QSC We call your attention to our largo assortment of .lapauned und gal vanized COAL HOUS, fli'OYEPIPKS. HOARDS and SlIOYELS and MANY OTHER THINGS that you may need thlB time nf tho season. Every urtlclu In this department a MONEY SAVER. Trunk Dept IX IIASI1MI1XT. Rcforo buying anything In this lino look over our large assortment wo ca. ,imi you money. We enrry a most complete line of line LEATHER GOODS. TRI'NKS. TELESCOPES and DRESS SL'IT CASES In tho NEWEST SHAPES and STYLES, A special low price on a largo Hat top canvas-covered Trunk, with deep trny and covered hut box, strong ami well made, cheap nt $4.(X, Shawlstraps, up from Rookstraps, up from Tourist Straps, with mallea- OKp bin snans. at 16c. 18c nnd ""v Leather Name Tags nt Music SKt'OMI Fl.tMUt Dept, We call your attention to tho fact thut wo are selling Musical Instru ments cheaper than yon can buy them elsewhere. II will pay vou t,. look over our largo slock llliecfl tieftire vnll line Sl'vered Steel Strings, per doz Canvas Cases for Violins, Guitars and Mandolins, from ?Sc to nnd got our 10c Ilnnjos, ..yc ,5c .3c 7c ; W. R. BENNETT CO. Lace Curtains THIRD FI.OOIl. Nottingham Curtnlnn-decp border Point d' Esprit center regular tl.fts value per rfcC pair 90C Nottingham Curtalns-llno Insertion effect plain center regular in 12.50 value per pair pl.i)y Nottingham Curtolns-llne net French effect-generous length and width regular $2.85 value- . t!i per pair kpl.OV Irish Point excel'onl nnd good de signs regular fl.CO value qr - per pair Rumed Curtains-good quality Swiss line stripe effects- rcRil- 4 CI,-, Inr Jl.(Xl vnlue 4vC And many others ut bargain prlcen. Sporting Goods MJCOM) .noil. The lies! Knfiiln far the lenst tatincy Single Shotguns, EC nn up from ipfJ, .JJ Double Shotguns, hammer. Q 7E up from ..pCJ. t J Double Shotguns, hnmmrrK) QS less, up from 'I' 1 -'' Itllles, single shot, tt? up from qJtf.O Itllles. repenting, CQ up from 'P- Shooting Coats, 7Rc up from w Shooting caps, 4Rc up from Loaded Shells, per box of ilHr- 25, up from uuk' All Uliiils Mrtnllle CHrtrldReK, llcolvrrs. nil maUrii nnd rnll lirrni Fool Halls. MtrlUlaK I1iik, Dumb Hells. Indian Clntis, nil lvrlKlit" nnd sliri Ihcrclnf r, llui'k Dpi'O)., llnelc Calls, Run Covers, Landing; Tools, flc, ric. BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS BEMIS PARK BEMIS BEMIS PARK PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS BEMIS To All Whom It May Concern: This is just by way of a reminder that the reduced price on the few remaining lots in Bemis Park Only holds good for 30 days. If you do not know about the reduction, ASK US, and remember we make the TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE. To the Man of Small Means; Do you know thut only eight of our low priced Bemis Park Lots remain unsold? We offer now the choice of Two Lots at $450.00 Each ON HAMILTON STREKT. (66 Lots have been cold at this price.) Four Lots at $600.00 Each ON LAKAYRTTK AVE. (15 Lots havo been Bold at this prlre.) Two Lots at $700.00 Each ON LAFAYETTE AVE. (13 Lots have been sold at this price.) When these are gone you will find it diffi cult to buy a lot anywhere in Bemis Park for less than $900. To the Man of Moderate Wealth: You are not so shrewd as we thought.. Why has it taken you two years to discover that Those South Front Lots on Lincoln Boulevard are the cheapest and choicest in the city at the price we ofler them at? Think of tho big doctors' billb you can save by living in a healthy spot! Twenty of These Lots Have Been Sold and We Have Eleven Still for Sale. One Lot for Sl.OOU 'I wo Lots nt st.ioe Five Lots at Si. BOO- Twn Lots at $1, 100 Onc Lot for $1,400 Just stop and think n mlnulo! Five lots nt Jl.tiOf) each, nnd nil of them flico right on tho lake. Those hltrh anil BlRhtly lota, broad and deep no extra charno for tho IiIk trees and neor any paving taxes to pay. You will enjoy a drive out to Bemis Park ono of these fine October afternoons, our salesmen show you some of these lota before thoy are all sold. Payne-Knox Company Lot one of N. Y. Life Bidg Sole Agents. BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMS DADI BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK PARK BEMIS PARK PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK BEMIS PARK I ' ..:! ;'."t