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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1903.
READY FOR THE BIG CAME . Hajari of Yj,! ard Princ;ton Prspart foi Oicteit on Gridiron. WAL1ER CAMP HAS NtW SET OF PLAYS Isle F.stera to Try a Xosstier. of Innovations fnr First Time In I'aMIr, 4hlle Princeton I ftllent. f NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nor. 13. Yale anil Princeton will meet on the gridiron here tomorrow. It Is a. meeting of the giant, for admittedly tne two teajn have shown the beet work of the season thl year. The Yale team la trained to the hour and while the members hope to win It la the opinion of coarhet plsycrs and undergraduate alike that thin can be accomplished only by the hardest and most scientific kind of work. This evening khe coachea watched the men run through the signals for the new formations which will be used tomor row for the first time In public. Walter Camp h: worked out a set of play that take advantage of the fine points of ihe season's new rules, and It Is said that Yale will piny a varied and dashing style tomorrow. The lineup will probably be: Captain lunrrty. left end; Kinney, left tackle; riatchelder, left guard; Koorback, center; Bloomer, tight guard; Hognn, right tackle; Slievllrr, right end. Itoikwell, quarterback; Mitchell, left hulftHick; Metcalf, right half back, and Farmer, fullback. Bo far there hns been little betting, as the Princeton supporters are demanding too great odds. I'rlnreton ia Ready. PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 13 Twenty eight" men, comprising the Princeton foot ba.ll team and substitutes, with their coaches and trainers, were given a hearty aendoff for New Haven this afternoon. The players are all In good condition. The lineup will probably be aa follows: Davis, left end; Cooney, left tackle; Dillon, loft guard; Bhort. center; Dewltt, right guard; Reed, rlKht tackle; Henry, right end; Vetterleln, quarterback; Foulke, left halfback; Keffer, right halback; Miller, fullback. CREIGHTON PLAYS HASKELL Loral College Team Meet Sturdy Indians at Vinton Street Park. The game of foot ball today between Crelghton college and the Haskell Indians at Vinton street park Is looked to as the game of the season In Omaha. Local In terest la greatly aroused and doubtless a large crowd will witness the contest. In view of the Indians' prowess and the splendid work they have been doing this year Crelghton has been putting In the most strenuous licks at practice and hopes to be able to hold the men for a good tussle. The Indians will have all their stars here, Including Mauser, who "straight armed" Chicago's noted quarterback last Saturday, and Archlquette, at left and and right half back respectively. Crelghton, likewise, will have it best team on the gridiron. Callahan, Welch and McOovern all will be out In their might. The game will be called at 3:30 p. m. The lineup of the two teams follows: rsrcioHTON A C4 : t,. K tunsraa ,...R. E. K. Cnlshtan U T. l.mpblr R- T. Thorns ..' U O MulUUy H. O. Kane C. (tlliliu Q W.lcb V. MrOovsra ..U H. KsImm H. II R. B. U E. R. T. L. T HASKELL r.iii E. Hsumt P. HtUMt L,ugo .,..., biifg It. O balms u. u Oliver C Hunt Q rlll r cjou P H Moors U H Archla.ustts Crelghton substitutes: Delaney, Kennedy, McShane, Coad, Dwyer, Rooney. OFF FOR GAME WITH KANSAS Trnlnlond of Rooters Go to Lawrence ' to Cheer Cornhaskera to ' Victory. (Prom a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN Nov. 18.-(Speclal Telegram.) Accompanied by the University band a i-rowd of rooters left on a special over the I'nlon Pacific tonight for Lawrence to work the side line for. the Cornhuskers. The train was composed of eight coachea and all were filled. . Before leaving town the band, with hundreds of followers, marched the streets und made things lively with cheers for the boys. The team left ?Hs morning afteri having attended a mass meeting of the students at the university. The team management has promised to bring back the .Kunsas scalp. i BELLEVUE BEATS HASTINGS flnt Anchors tko Presbyterians m.m ' State Collegiate Champions. HASTINGS, Neb., Nov. M. (Special Tele- fram.r In the foot ball earns between teilevue and Hastings collean on the heme grounds this afternoon Bellevue won by the score of 40 to 0. This cinches the title of Bellevue to the state collegiate cham pionship. Highland Park Deitents Normal. , DES MOINES. Nov. 11 (Special.) In a loosely played game frequently Interrupted by hKhts and wrangles Highland Park this morning defeated State Normal by a score of 17 to 6. Throughout tlie (same was full of poor tackling, lack of generalship and inlsplays. Two twenty-nve minute halves were played, but the game actually con sumed fuDy two hours. Both tefcrns were In poor form and neither put u the game which It I capable of. Normal's trne waa much better than the defense and the amewoa true with the local team. Bot aides were penalised frequently and both played off-side and held continually. High land Park scored on two touchdowns and a place kick. Normal secured points on 0) ru nnnnnriri UVJ Furniture Here are two bed outfits with the price cut In half for Faturday's selling. Only a limited stork of these, so better com early, for they'll find new own ers In a hurry at these prices. OPTFIT NO. 1-Yotir choice of a beautiful golden ok fin- A f f iHhed or Iron bed full else heavy woven wire spring and I Jk . soft top mnttress made in funcy ticking of good quality the X 7 J whole worth 110.00 special price OUTFIT NO. 2 Your choice of a golden oak or high grade Iron bed handsome design woven wire spring with three rows of spiral V f f springs, supporting center and a hair top and bottom mat- M fJ tress made In first-class ticking the whole worth X - I1B. 00 special price Carpets R(f0tn Lengths Specially Priced for Saturday Qualities are sufficient to cover ordinary rooms. Tour selection Is not confined to a few undesirable patterns our entire stock Is at your disposal. Insuring easy and satisfactory choosing. 18 Yards Ingrain Carpet for $7.98 A very fine, durable carpot large or small patterns In pleasing color combinations. 25 Yards Brussels Carpet for $11.98 Pure wool filled large assortment new patterns. 23 Yarc of 5anford'a Ten-WIra Brussels tor $17.98 Nothing better in Tapestry Brussels floral and Oriental patterns suit able for parlor, living room and bed room. 25 Yards Extra Axmlnster or Wilton Velvet for $23.98 ' The most beautiful examples of the weaver s art are exemplified In these goods. A fine showing of new and desirable patterns. Oilcloth Sale Continues Choice nw patterns of dependable make at 15c, 19o and 24o per square yard. A rare chance to cover your kitchen or dining room floor at half price. Dra peries Special Sale of Rope Portieres Tomorrow we place on" sale our entire stock of Rope Portieres single and double door in all color combinations at 25 per cent off regular prices. $3.00 value at 1.75 3-76 value at 3.00 U 2S value at 2 00 value at 3. 10 la 61 value at 2.80 ' value at... 4. 50 Sfi.M value at 5.00 Saturday Bargains in Hardware Stoves Stoves Stoves t - aao! nn a Rumor hnft 15-lnoh flroDot. automatic lift cover to magazine, nickel work and rentllatetl kite shape 'TtCM C bottom flues duplex grate, shaking ring large . 3 J J ashpan price Base Burner with fifteen-inch fire pot-large channel Xf CJO flues well nickeled JJJJ Soft Coal Oak Heater fourteen-inch flrepot large ash- Q QQ pan heavy nickeled Zs Zs J Chair Step-Ladder for .( 25 Good Turkey Dusters 10c Four-foot Step-Ladder 35c Large two-lcnife Blaw Cutter 18c Rattan Carpet Deater 10 C Stationery Bargains for Saturday All our Fancy Imported Paper Napkins In plain or fancy design ' P borders regular 10c per dozen for Saturday JjC only i CUETE PAPER, all shades and colors, 71 per roll , A 2C FANCY and new design Crepe Paper for decorating; special 4 g Baturday, per bolt : ... IOC PAPER NOVELS assorted titles by leading authors, yl Saturday v 12C FANCY NOTE PAPER, with envelopes to match, in color and white, per box 1.. 1VC Great Sale of Odds and Ends Crockery When It comes to odds and ends wo do not spare the knife. Hone dishes, individual butters, pin trays, odd saucers, open o butter dishes, each.; lw All kinds of odd pieces, tumblers, gob lets, wine glasses, etc., Or each Salts and peppers, odd creamers, pie plates, etc., Ir each Blue French breakfast . plates and footed bowls, Iron stone china break fast plates, and vegetable cr bowls, each Vegetable dishes, vinegar bottles, la rue mixing bowls, 10r each FANCY DECORATED WASH 3ASIN3, LARGl-3 SIZE, 35c tecorated bowls and pitchers, lnrge size, on fancy shapes, M'r' per pair OJ" Conditions of Sals QUANTITY ON MANY OF THESE ITEMS 19 LIMITED and sale will con tinue subject to supply on hand. Bale will not commence until ll o'clock, giving all a chance to attend, lie on hand and get your share of un equaled bargains. GREAT THANKSGIVING BALES OF FINE CHINA PLATES. NOV. Id, 17 AND IS. REMEMBER THE DATE. CROCKERY DEPT. iND FLOOR. STORE OPEN SATURDAY TILL TEN O'CLOCK "Facts tiro chlcls that wlnna ding jnd. dowria ho disputed Burns, rtlE GREEN TR ADINO STAflP system of merch&ndlalnfr Is sending its roots deep Into tha soil of public confidence The system l rpreading rapidly. Everybody with money-saving instincts has a stamp book. It would surprise you if you knew how many pwple have already secured their premiums. It's but six weeks since the first stamp book was issued In Omaha, and. up to Monday last no less than 121 peo pleour solemn word for It hare gotten Just the premium they started out to get We hava the list and If you ara a "Doubting Thomas," call at Mr. Bennett's desk, or at the advertising man's desk, and you will be shown the lint of premiums already delivered. How's YOUR stamp book coming? Another Lot of Bargains for Saturday. Best f0c quality Tnrkey Ked Damask, also blue and whites and rod and whites, 58 '"iGIfY in. wide, for Saturday.only, per yd. 100 pieces new Challis for Comforts, fc worth 10c per yd., for Saturday only. . . 36-inch Comfort Calicoes with border, Bilk fin ished, worth 11c yard Saturday Fjl only, per yard 2 Best quality of fine Cretonnes, the 1 O o 20c quality, only, per yard 2 100 pieces fine Toweling, worth 8c yard, Saturday only, per yard OL Extra heavy Bed Ticking, worth 15c 1A yard, Saturday only 100 pieces extra heavy Wool Blankets, full bed size, worth ft, $5 and $7 a pair special for Saturday for f 4.95, 3.05 and $2.95. 100 sample strips of manufacturers' embroid eries, all widths, will be put on special sale Sat urday at less than one-half price. Millinery Unequalled Bargains for Saturday Choice ona table Trimmd Hats worth $10.00 Choice one table Trimmed Hats worth $6,00 Choice one table Trimmed Hats worth $5,50 Choice one table Trimmad Hats worth $5.00 Choice one table Trimmed Hats worth $4.00 , Choice one table MmJ Hits worth $2.00 4.98 3.98 2.98 2.50 2.00 l.OO Watch Your Eyes! THEY NEED ATTENTION. 1 Our Expert Optician will give them just that scientific care that'll make you happy ever after wards. - ' v . r Won't Cost Much, So Come! ; Grocery! Grocery! Bennett's pancake flour, 3 lb package , Rolled oats, 2 lb package .... . 80 Laundry soap, best, O?, 8 bars M kC Breakfast cocoa. 'A lb Y o can , Mnjrte augar, per 12 & O lOo lOo ..lOo 12o 88c 2Go Grape-Nuts, package Baked beans. S lb can Apple butter, I lb can , , Golden syrup, t lb can B. F. Japan tea, per lb Imperial Japan, per ........ M Wisconsin cream eheesi Saturday, per lb Santos coffee, fresh, per ID ells for 18c 12 ko 12c Bennett's Capitol coffee, per 8C BITTER RECEIVED DAILY FIlOMt TUB BEST DAIRIES. lOo Bennett's Capitol creamery, per 2GO Small sour pickles, S3 n dos :. 00 CANDY DEPARTMENT. Special Saturday chocolate cream sale. Several hundred pounds of these fresh made goods at these low prices: 2Gc Freeh country butter, per ID One pound box Half pound JSd box Genuine Drug Money Savers Lilac Talcum Powder -pound can Armour's Fine Art Soap cake Armour's Fine Art Soap box , Carter's Little Liver Pills per box Aloock's Plasters, ISo two fcr Jlso s Cur at Chamberlain's Cough Cure castona at ..9c ...8c 20c 15c 25c 20c 20c 25c Jaynes' Vermifuge at Hay's Hair Health at Peruna at M 8. 8. a small at 8. S. B. large at Cray's Glycerine Tonie at Tongallne at - Russell's Emulsion of Fats at 00c 40c 68c 75c 1.14 85c 85c 80" a drop kick by Cook from the twelve-yard line shortly before the game was over. Superior Hot I'p to Name. I BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. 13.-(9peclal Telegram.) The Superior and Beatrice High school foot ball teams played here this afternpon, the home team winning by the one-rlded score of 29 to 0. Superior was outclassed at every point. The attendance was large. FACULTY FURNISHES THE FUN Bis; Crowd 0t o See the Frofessors Try Tars at Their Old . Tricks. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Nov. IS. (Special Telegram.) The university faculty foolishness for the benefit of the college settlement this afternoon ws nil of that and more. From the tlm Prof. Taylor, who went to school with Pr.snit-nt Roosevelt, was yelled on tha fnijii ,lutt becitu he wax thrown off by Ma horse which he exhibited as a blooded animal, until Caldwell, the diminu tive American historian threw a 200-pound ball 150 feet, mirth ran riot. The foot ball game between Condra's Kids and Shedd's Hhoats Included two im portant features beside the fact that nei ther side scored. Young Chase ran the entire Held with a clear head for a touch down and missed the latter by losing the former. He fell within Ave feet of the goal and having turned over, started to crawl back In the wrong direction. He lost the ball on general principles and It was carried at breakneck speed by Best for a touchdown. This, however, the umpire refused to allow because eleven men were off side. The base ball game between Spencer's Rubes and Ward's ludes was won by , the former by two to one. The feature was Caldwell's homerun on strikes. The shot-put contest by Caldwell and Rnas elicited the most applause. After breaking the world's record by throwing the sixteen-pound shot across the field, Caldwell waxed angry and called for some thing heavy. A 200-pound shot was car ried out by four men and thlH was tossed across the field at will. It finally landed In the fcVHjKlmftnil and a small boy In U.reiwinj)' ! bunk pitched it over the fence and a gentle breeze carried It away. The largest crowd of the season was out. IAin'ant the Best 0 In everything. In whiskey A you gel It In X Hunter I Baltimore 0 R.ye AM LAtAUAS 4 IK'N fcaJUmoi, HO. A . .s,- Mh .. I iSMsl "f hi i si rsaHS "tswtf asaw EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS Sheriff Bell Wins Liberty (takes hy Head from Favorite at NEW YORK, Nov. U-Four favorites and two second choices divided the money at Jamaica today. Kherlff Bell won the Liberty slakes by a head from the favor ite. Carbuncle. Results: First race, six furlongs: Mamie 'Worth won, Princess Tulane second. The Captain third. Time: 1:14. Second race, one mile and one furlong: Wild Pirate won. Hoodwink second, All Gold third. Time: 1:56V Third race, handicap, six furlongs: Reti cent won, Pol Roger second. Reliance third. Time: 1:14. Fourth race, one and one-elxteenth miles, Liberty stakes: Sheriff Bell won. Carbuncle second. Ethics third. Time: 1:4744. Fifth race, five and one-half furlongs: Clear the Arena won. Bell of Bellmead second. Cananowue third. Time: US. 81x1b race, selling, one and one-sixteenth miles: Vnmasked won, U ravins second. Hot. third. Time: 1:474k. CINCINNATI. Nov. l-Results: First race, one mile: Sailor's Treanl won, Mllhourne Kcllpse second. Choice third. Time: 1:4444. Second race, five and one-half furlongs: ' Annie Hastings won, BJambock second. . Athena third. Time: MV Third race, one and one-sixteenth miles: Lubin won. Love's Labor second. Tuft's third. Time: 1:51V Fourth race, steeplechase, short course: Charawlnd won. Sea Pirate second, Cey lon third. Time: S:034. Fifth race, six furlongs: Major T. J. Carson won, Varlore second. Idle third. Time: 1:17V. Hixth race, one mile: Araclme won. Troo adero second. Jigger third.' Time: 1:44. i'JOOOOCi Ha pert Gntaess Will Hot Challenge. LONDON, Nov. 11 Hn. Rupert Guineas telegraphs the Associated Press from Valence. France, in response to an Inquiry is to whether he Inlrnds challenging- for the America's cup: "There la uo truth la j the ulatemcut," DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE Prosperity of Agricultural Communities Feature of the Present Time. osifogassBB) A RAILWAY EARNINCS SHOW INCREASE Considerable Doabt la Baalaess World s 'to Result of Present Labor Troubles Which Are Affecting Trade. . NEW TORK, Nov. 13.-R. G. Dun & Co's. Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will say: Readjustment of wages and abnormally warm weather are not calculated to stimu late distribution of merchandise, especially wearing apparel and fuel. Several other staple lines are quiet, as is usuul at this season, yet the splendid profits of agri cultural communities cannot fall to put large sums of money in circulation and provide a market for commodities. Prices of all staples were slightly higher on No vember I than a month previous, but in the past two weeks the level has fallen somewhat. Settlements of labor disputes In meat packing, lithographing and several mlitor industries are of! net by new strug gles in the building trades, street car line and coal mines, while the cut In wages of lion workers and spinners may result in strikes. A helpful event was the re sumption of work at Montana copper mines, coke ovens and western stock yards. Rail way earnings for the first week of No vember were 4 per cent larger than last year. Soveral significant events have occurred thut Indicate clearly the situation in the iron and steel industry. While furnace stocks are far In excess of all recent high points, there is some offset in the very small suplies held elsewhere and now that quotations have fallen to amore attractive position, there is reason to look for some recovery In demand. After the first shock of new prices was over, the markets be came more active. One feature Is the loss sustained by Jobbers) and dealers who had storks on hand purchased above tha new level, but there la more satisfaction ex pressed than otherwise over the lower fig ures, since they are calculated to stimu late activity. in footwear, the only feature Is the urgency of Jobbers to get quick delivery of fall contracts, resulting In heavy ship ments from New Kngiand shops. Hides are steady with a firmer tone. With raw cotton stubbornly held at a position and consumers reluctant to ad vance bids for finished products, it was Inevitable that cost of production must come down, hence the cut in wages at Fall Rival- mills was not expected. In quiries for cotton goods are numerous, but buyers aad sellers cannot agree as to prices and little new business is closed. A slight improvement Is noted In supple mentary orders for woolens, without lift ing the market trom its dull condition, however. Pricee for worsteds are very ir regular and carpets for spring were opened at an advance of 6 per cent on low grades. Failures this week numbered 283 in the Tnlied States, agajnst 241 last year and twenty-seven In Canada, compared with twenty-four a year ago. KKCOl'RAGISG SlGSS VISIBLE. Bradatreet gees Evidences of Inereas. lag Activity la Many Lines. NEW YORK, Nov 13. Brads tree' s to morrow will say: Quietness and even repression govern general trade and Industry, but prevailing peeslmlsm cannot bide tha fact that some really encouraging slana are visible. Taken aa a who'e general bust news this week is rather lurger, due to the expansion in re tall trade at the northwest, where It is favored by cooler weather, and at the swuth, where an enormous quantity of cot ton is being marketed at excellent prices. 'Wholesale trade Is still quiet aa a whole, awaiting developments In price and de mand. Export trade saenui to be at last expanding. Exports of heading prodjets aggregate the second largest total ever re corded in October. A fact that has not been given full weight Is that there are now here such groat ac cumulations of stocks aa threaten sacrifice of Values. Indeed, buying has been con servative for some time past. Hence It is, Ikat Utttpilo Uie weakness luanileot in irou and steel, stocks of pig Iroti In the aggre gate are little more than ten days' produc tion and the authorities are asserting that present quotations represent rock bottom values. Another example of this Is noted In the leather trade, stocks of which at leading centers are said to be well re stricted. Pig Iron, though no more active, la In 'better tone. A reduction of freight ratea on steel from Pittsburg for export has been granted by the railroads. Other metals show downward tendencies. Chief among the depressing features brought to light this week are the reports that finished steel products have been cut, that wages of Iron and steel and cotton mills employes must come down and that some new strikes, notably a general shut down of Colorado coal mines are menacing western manufacturing and railway activ ity. On the other hand the fact might Just as well be faced that high prices have checked demand, that manufacturers of Iron and steel believe that the demand can be revived If price concessions are made and that the wage reductions are calcu lated to render this policy more effectual, notwlthtsanding a decrease In earnings and consumptive power results temporarily. The lumber market Is Irregular. Building activity is favored by the late favorable fall. Coal Is rather dull. Eastern shoe shipments are stl'.l heavy. Print cloths have been dull and unsettled and the claim is made that cloths and coarse cottons are selling below cost of production. Wheat, including flour, exports for the week ending November 12 aggregate 3,65923 bushels, against 4,340,281 bushels last week, 4,440.180 bushels this week last year, 4.983.734 bushels in 1901 and 4.0(2.030 bushels In KM). For nineteen weeks of the cereal year they aggregated 61,901,751 bushels, against 99,979, 6M burhels in Wi2. 112,6u8.22i bushels In 190 and 67,446.259 bushels In 1900. Corn exports for the week aggregate 1 &9,22 bushels, against 1,459.933 bushels last week, Ixl.901 bushels a year ago, (W.924 tushelsMn lul and 3,976,914 bushels In 1900. For nineteen weeks of the present cereal year tbev aggregate a,B90.959 bushels, agislnst 2,144.799 bushels In 1903, 16.583.650 bushels In 1901 and 61,031.701 bushels In 1900. BuKiness failures In the United States for the week ending November 13 number 250, against 216 last week. 205 In the like week of 1902. 213 In 1901. 227 In 1900 and 199 In 1899. In Canada failures for the week num ber 13, as agalnstW last week and 10 In this week a year ago. REPORTS OF THE CLEARING HOUSE. Transactions of the Associated Bnnks Daring the Past Week. NEW YORK, Nov. 13. The following table, compiled by Bradstreet, shows the bank clearings at the principal cities for the week ended November 12, with the per centage of Increase and decrease as Cora pared with the corresponding week last year: CITIE1 Clearings ! Inc. I Dec New York Chicago Boston Philadelphia ... 8t. Louis Pittsburg San Francisco Baltimore ...... Cincinnati Kansas City .. Cleveland Minneapolis .... New Orleans ., Detroit Louisville ...... OMAHA 'Providence .... Buffalo 8t. Paul Indianapolis Los Angeles .... St. Joseph Denver Richmond Columbus Bvattle Washington .... Savannah Memphis ,.. Albany Rait ltke City . Portlaud, Ore.. Tpledo Fort Worth .... Peoria Hartford Rochester Atlanta 1 ea Moines New Haven Nashville Bpokaue, Wash. $l,179.323.rjo lMl.ftl.2Xl 141.446,710 111, 6". 943 63, 490.991 39. 46.433 2s, 7U4.01O 23.753.5J0 23.216.&" 23.446.878 15,015.309 21.896.7'Jl 23.1i).V14 ll.04O.Xo 9,910,0 8.1'3.55u 9.2 44 7.Mi ao 6.979,1191 7.491,0871 6.12.776 6.736,2:fll 4,3oO,k:s - J, 36,258 1 ti.018.519 4.573.500j 4.159.0431. 4 .4o7 261 4.944.5M. 7.43.2U 3.79. 496 a.240.373; , 4.6-flt.M 3 id 4fi 4.5ii.loo S 3.17,144 2.A.887 2,7.'i.')34 3,oft IK1 2.557 8JH 1 9L'7,()i 2 .5e2,8;7 t.tM),U4 i 4 1.4 6.8 S3 5 .l (.6 '"fMi"!!" s.t 1.4 27.81 3.81 6.4 3.4! l. 41 1.6 S.2 6 15.6 14. i 1 16.21 i S ...... .l 4.41 I . 14.6 1.6 19.1 6 5 3.4 38.2 S.3 ...... 1.9 S 7 .l 7.4 41 8 Grand Rapids Bloux City Springfield, Mass... Norfolk Dayton Tacoma Worcester Augusta, Oa Portland, Me Scranton Topeka Syracuse Kvansvllle Wilmington, Del.... Birmingham Davenport Fall River Little Rock Knoxvllle Macon Wilkesbarre Akron Springfield, 111 Wheeling, W. Va... Wichita Youngstown Helena Lexington Chattanooga Lowell New Bedford Kalamaaoo Fargo, N. D Canton, O Jacksonville Qreensburg, Pa Rockford, 111 Kprlngfleld, O Blnghamton Chester, Pa Bloomlngton, 111.... Qulncy, 111 Hloux Falu. 8. D.. Mansfield. O Jacksonville, 111.... Fremont, Neb Decatur, 111 t Houston, Tex Guthrie, Okl Charleston, a C... Total. IT. S Outside New York i.tw.m ,9 1,439,277 tt.S 1.6&8.964 1.1 1,202,104 26.6 1.860,076 l.S 2,270.076 1.1 1,147,272 17 1,959,434 6.4 1,651,646 20.8 1,721,627 82.8 1,517,297 4.4 1.454,416 1.6 1,292,092 16.1 1,160,802 20.6 1,334,690 1,077,194 6.9 1,115,356 1.6 1,805,371 9.4 1.019.854 13.6 1,046,000 9.6 96O.1H0 9.9 9.10,000 637,746 2.6 712.476 15.9 775.187 21.1 729.290 4.8 670.140 22 667,619 838,859 89.7 601.272 9.8 794.010 44.6 748,686 18.6 S45.212 .4 687,000 784.86S 94.5 601,499 8 662,698 84.4 427,111 U AO6.80O 13.7 499,524 8.9 170,604 23.8 407.743 24.1 S37.778 22.1 248.387 22.8 206,772 19.1 151,176 16.8 290,614 25 9,342,887 14.6 1,107,6251 1,413.837' 12,064,651,919 10 885.828,1641 1 CANADA. Montreal Toronto Winnipeg Halifax Ottawa Vancouver, B. C... Quebec Hamilton St. John, N. B Victoria, B. C London Totals, Canada.. ! 26,2r,2.281) 1.1 16.040,724 1 1.9 7,293,667 87.9 2.468.548 86.1 2.467.218 26.2 1.4H6.928 29.6 1,924,616 13.8 ...... 1,081.545 S.3 ...... 1,732.000 99.6 806,295 86.5 (136.425 16.8 1 61.387,147 8.7 rtalancea paid in cash. tNot included In totals because containing other Items than clearings. Not Included In totals because of no com parlson for las year. If you can spell, you may win a prlte. Watch The Sunday Bee. For Those Wno Think. Don't dally with your purpose. If you hate another. It Is slow suicide for yourself. Men call their own carelessness and inac tivity fate. The lucky man Is the one who grasps his opportunity. ' Character has a commercial as well as an ethical value. Genius darts, flutters and tires, but per severance wears and wins. t The laigest room In the world Is the room for self-Improvement. MURDERS ANDREW D, GREEN legro Fatally Ehooti the Fatlr of Greater Hew York. ILLUSTRIOUS VICTIM DIES INSTANTLY Pollee Arrest the Assailant, Cornelias M. Williams, After tha Encounter avt Thirty-Ninth Street aad Park Avenne. NEW YORK, Nov. IX Andrew Haswell Green, the "father of Greater New York;" and comptroller from 1871 to 1876, was shot several times this afternoon at Thirty ninth street and Park avenue by Cor nelius M. Williams (colored), who has been arrested. Mr. Green died almost instantly. Five shots were fired at Mr. Green, four of which took effect. Williams was taken to the police station, where he said he haj shot Mr. Green because Mr. Green kept In his employ a negro girl, to whom Williams had been paying attention. .Wil liams had been a fumaoe tender at the house where Mr, Green was staying and was standing In the doorway with his hand behind him when Mr. Williams came up and assaulted him. He Immediately fired five times, four of the shots strik ing Mr. Green In the face. After being taken to the police station, Williams talked Irrationally and the police believe him to be Insane. When Mayor Low heard of Mr. Green's death, he ordered the flag on the city hall to be placed at half-mast, and said: "The killing of Mr. Green Is a public calamity. He was one of the most useful of our cltliens and his services to New York will long be remembered." Mr. Green was prominent many years In New York as a lawyer, and In 1868 origi nated the plan for the creation of Greater New York aa carried out in 1897. Ha originated also the plan which resulted In ! the consolidation of Astor, Lenox and Til- I den libraries in the New York public library and was trustee of the same. He was ' executor of the 8. J. TUden, William B. ! Ogden and other large estates and was prominent In many societies and organ izations. Hs was born In Worcester, Mass., In 1820 and resided at 91 Park avenue. Horse Blankets and Lap Robes The largest stock of storm and stable blankets, wool blankets and lap robes, carried In Omaha. All kinds of styles and prices. Andersen-Mlllard Co 1516-13 Capitol Are. 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