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100 MILLIONS SPENT IN SOAP MPS WIN FROM WHITE SOX ClTaad( Bidt FkfflwVil U How CUm pionby UmiaiiUriic Dft HEAVY HITTING THE FEATURE Of GAME ally galhed; North flatta. on downs, gained a total of J0 yards to Kearnev'a T but were unable to overcome the latter superior punting For North llatte the work of Bmlth. ltansen, ltas-all, and Wy man waa especially noticeable, while for Kearney the best playing was done by Bmlth at full back, Allen and I'arriah. YRAt I IK j . ''6. 7 Althefcgk tke Bnkere la Ponnded for k Tent-FT Bafe Ones. Senea. t'onol Fielding? KMH tke Score Down. HICAOO. Oct. . Clevelend bad fare well to Chicago today, derating the new champion. S to S. "Heavy Nttlng and sen sational fielding were th features. Score: rLBVBTJkMD. CHICAGO. B H.O.A g B H O A F. taffy. If B I Hahn. rf t 1 t Small, lb... I sale n'Tlell, rf 0 4 I 1 11 Rohe, Ih I 1 I I I Donohua, lb. . 4 I 9 4 t Dougherty. If I I 1 ' I I Towae. c 0 I t 9 t I Rih, r I I t lit Pundon, 3b... I I I t 111 Qlllllla. .., I i I I (Owen, a 1 ii TlTIMT, a.... i Hm. ff....(. I ' owgatton, rf. riir. n a Koaamaa. Ik. 4 Clark, I I ' Boat, c... ' Rhonda, p Touli.... Altrw . . . . I 1 1 4i ii r i , Tetnla M II I? 17 I ....I 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-5 Cleveland Chicago 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 S Two base hlt: gtovall, Hess 2i. Dona hue. Sacrifice hits: Owen. Rhoades. Stolen bases; CongaJton. Caffyn, Allrock. First bare on balls: Off Rhoades, 6. Double play; Owen. Rohe to Donahue. Hits: Off Owens, 8 In Ave Inning; off Altrock, 4 in four Inning. Left on bases: Chicago. 18; Cleveland, 12. Passed ball: Beml. Time: 1.15. l.'niplr: O'Loughlln. St. I.oata Win Both Games. ST. !,01."18. Oct. .-4?t. Louis won buth limn from Detroit today. Jacnbson pitched excellent bull In th laat cam and held the visitor to four hits. Score, flrat came; T. LOt IS. PKTROIT. B H.O.A.I. B.H.O.A B. Nllaa, rf 4 I 1 1 unYlihyre, If.. I I t Jium. lb I 1 7 1 Un4ay. lb . I ill tons. If 4 II (Crawford, rf.. I 410 Hemphill, rf. 4 4 I a Cobb, rl 4 111 Wallare, aa..4 til 1 Efhaefer. -h..4 I i 1 VBrlrn. 3b.. I at 0Vl.eerr. aa . 4 1110 Hw-h'Seld. 2b I 1 I i HUchml.lt. e...4 Ilia ll'l ennor, r..l 1 4 I untitling lb.. 4 Ilia fowall, p I I 0 I Slayer, a .... 4 1 I 1 Totala 1110 17 11 I Totals... ...u 10 24 II I 8f. Louia 0 0 1 4 0 0 2 0 07 Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-1 Two-baae hlta: Wailace (2), Lindsay. Thrie-baae lilts: Powell. Hchmldt. Home run: Stone. 8ctlfiie lilt: O'Hricn. Double play; 0'Ier-, Schaefer to Undsay. Hit by pitched bHll: By Blever. 1. First base on balls: Off Powell, 1; oft Hlcver, 1. Struck Bcore. second ranie: out: By Powell. 2: by Hlever. 1. Ieft on bases: St. Lout, 4; Detroit, ' A"mp4re: Bvane. : . , i Time; i;23. ST. UM'IS. DKTROtT. B.H.O.A.K. B.H.O.A E Mlaa, rf 1 1 Mrlntrra. If.. I 111' . Jimea. lb I I 1 l LtiUmr. lb . I 4 I lone. If..... I 111 (I Crawford, rf.. 4 I 0 Hamphill. rf. 4 1 OCobh rf I I Wallara. aa.. I 0 14 IkVhaafer. lb.. I 1 I O'Brien. b..l 111 to inrr, ia...t 1 nrk'llal4, 2b t i 1 4 l Parna. I 1 II pani-ar, c ... 4 1 I I a Heiiling. 3b.. I I I Jarobsan, P.. I 2 0 Wtllelti, ...! 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 a a i 0 I a Total! a I 17 11 4 Total! ?t 4 24 10 2 Ht. Ixiuis 1 0 0 1 II 0 1 1 I Detroit u 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Two-baae hit: Stone. Sacrifice lilts: FORTUNES FOR All . WHO INVEST Greatest Electrical Discovery of the Age. SAVES $9,711,655 A YEAR I'nunuai Opportunity Now Offered the Man of Small Means to He roine Independently Klcli. Every great electrical Invention ha made forture for It original stockholders. The American Bell Telephone company ha paid fcttO.OOO for each tlX invested In Its stock at Its organisation. People then laughed at the idea ot there ever being a general need for the telephone. If was hard to make investors see the possibili ties of the business. Those who did are among the world's richest people. Such chancea are not often offered the mall Investor. The flrt uch opportunity In a great many years, that gives every promiae of duplicating the telephone in ' profits and universal demand, I the Eloo ' trie Slgnagraph and Semaphore. Some of the beat known railroad expert In America declare these instruments will trevent railroad collisions, they give abao ut privacy to party telephonea, moke It possible for a train to be atopped by the train dispatcher at any point on hi divi sion, and permit the sending of private telegrama to any one of 100 or more telegraph offices without th knowledge ot other operator and without In any way Interfering with the regular telegraph cir cuit; RAILROAD ADOPTS STSTEM. No extra wire are required. The coat is so small and the advantage are o great that it 1 predicted by some of the best expert In America that all railroad will adopt the system. The Denver, North western and Pacific ha already ordered the Slgnagraph and Semaphore for It en tire line. The Independence Telephone Company association haa offered ii rent . . a month rental for the Slgnagraph. to be used on party telephone lines. They have 7,0.fJ"0 telephonea, moat of them on party ours. una ciiajiia.a;i myu IVHJUireo. lor each telephone. Only SXI.000 Inatrument . . will earn the stockholders of the Electric " ? Slgnagraph and Semaphore Company IX), 000 a year. There are 300,000 mllea of railroad In the Colted . States, lesa than 10 per cent of which la equipped with a signal service, ' because of th Inefficient systems nereto - fora used and their great cost. Ir only one-twentieth of thia mileage leas than t per cent were equipped with the Slgna '. graph and Semaphore, tha stockholder - would eara t).U)0 a year 5 per cent on the present selling price of the stock. In addition to the revenue offered by the tele phone company. 60,000 1.1 V Kg LOST. More than tt.000.000 were lost laat year In pioperty destroyed In railroad collisions, and 60.000 peraona were killed or injured. . 'I hia amount would cover the entire cost of the Slgnagraph and Semaphore system over every mil of railroad In the United " States for two years and make tbe horrors of railroad collision unknown. Experts admit the necessity for these In ' struments. Far-sighted Investor are put. ting their money Into the company. Every statement made hrreln will be verified to th letter. A limited amount of treasury stock Is now for sale. No one will he asked to Invrat a cent until he h invest a cent until ne has led hlmaeltVof th merits n. All whokin sre urged ee these Instruments in thoroughly satisfied hlmae of the proposition to come and operation. Those who cannot and want to ' know the full details of the company, Its organisation. It patent and what expert ay of it. ahould writ at once for full particulars. ' Stock la now rapidly selling at 3d cent a share, par value $100, fully paid and norasaessabl. The price will be advanced to 60 rent a aha re a soon ss the present block of 60,0110 shares la disposed of. The right Is reserved to advance the price - without notice. Those who care to take ttiia slock before the price advances nvy send tl-.elr remittances wllh the distinct un derstanding that the entire remittance will lie returned at any time within ten days of the date the order if they are not thor oughly satisfied with the proposition. Jn order to Insure securing stork at the pres ent price remittance ahould be sent at once wllh the above understanding. Payments are accepted In eaah or Installments of one fourth down and one-fourth the first of each month until paid for. No (ubecrip- , tion of lees- than MO shares will be ac cepted. A discount of 6 per cent will be allowed on sll subscriptions socompanled by remittance in full. Address all inquiries to or rsll In raon un National Mortgage and Bond Cumimny, 624 S.. F" Katloadw av Hyl'd'Ug Chi Jone. Stone. Rockenfleld (2. t.lnday. Schnefer. Passed ball: Payne. Stolen taaa. o Rrlr n. Hemphill. Wild pitch: Wllleits Ram on balla. Off Jar-onsen. 2: off Wllletta.-4. Btrurk out: Ry Jai-oh-rn. t; by Wlllrtt. I lft on baaen: "it. lnui. t. Detroit. . Time; t:4i. I'mptre: Erin. HOT)N. Oct. .-Nf York cloaed tli American lati aeaaon here thi after noon by defetlnic Hcaton. i to 4. Score: NEW V"1K. BOSTON. B H.O A K. B.H O A .. MrTinlre. lh.l III) I Kv. If 4 1 1 a I Canrar, ih 4 a a a ai hadh'rna, aa I I 4 a Tarn ... 2 I 4 I xtahl. rf 4 I I a (-Kane. Ih 4 S S I "dnm.hiw. lb 4 I 10 t 1 Import. If ..4 4 10 Wnrr. !h. . . 4 0 14 1 llonmin. rf.. 4 10 Vorin. b. . . 4 0111 rin. rf 4 tit I rrwnuci. rf . . 4 1 I I 1'hnnix. r 4 0 I I Prri. r... 4 I 4 I a 1 lluihr. a.... 4ta agw omaa. p. I I a t Totaia aa n IT I I Touia 14 4 rr 11 4 New York ' I 4 o 0 0 0 t; - Two-b.se 'hii;V ' MV-.;,,lre. Ycatter. Three- base hltx: Venarrr, Huahca. iom runs Htahl, Pet-raon. Htmen bases: Htahl. I Kreeman. Base on balls: Off Huithes, 1 Htitica on! : Hy lluahes. : by cworm atead, 4. Double play: Waarner to Cimd boui ne to llrlmshaw. Hit by pitched bail: Yearger. Time: 1:11. I'mplre: Connolly. Game Declared wrf. I'HILADKUPHIA. Oct. . The two (.tinea batwpen the Philadelphia and Waehuiston Aineutcan league tema whlcii were to have been played lure today were declared olT on account of rain. - As this clone tne S't aon In the east the gxmes cannot be played off. Maudlasr of the leaoia. Played. Won I-oit. ' j t till l.K) New Vork 151 Cleveland lie Philadelphia I4T, St. Louis 14H letrolt Hx Washliigton I'm V Kl Ml K4 ,s ir. 7i 7.' 7i 7 i 9f lufi j ol3 i .,i Boston l.M ,"1 "J. -mi ne today: Detroit at Chicago, Cleve-1 at St. Louis. Wimiiip of the aeon. HI' I Oh in land rmoara aud Heal Kalatea. . Slmnahan's Armour's easily defeated the j Real Kstute ball team. In a loosely played ' game ai the Vli.t.in street grounds voter- inr i innh.x' ibinhi i..t m .,,,1 uii. ,,...! tnem to score. Mc.Maiiau s neavy imtimg. a three-bagger, two-hagger und two s.ngles, and Carey a brilliant play at second, ac cepting eleven chances .without nn error, were the fauturea. It is rumored that Carey la to have a tryouf with Rottrke In the spring. Manager ShHiiahun has al ready furnished T. lineman and Williams to Colorado Springs. Score: ARMOt'RS EXCHANUK. B.H.O A.k. M H O A.K. Huhnrr 4 I I 0 1 Reed, r 3 1 12 4 ; MaMahon. Ih l I I I rMmnnda. 2b. 4 0 2 0 3 Caror. 2h 4 I 4 u Wlll. aa I II 1 i Shanahan. a. 4 I 0 3 iniirnatt, lb... 4 10 1s O.WIII'ma. II. 4 1 0 V UWIna. p-'f...4 lull) Dureah. rf....4 3 0 0 0 Llnlnger, If.. 4 1 i) 0 0 H Wlll'nu. Ibl I IS 4 1 Dilinent, rt . i 10 0 4 Knsllih, if... h 2 0 1 2 MrKlttr'k. Ih I II 11 1 1 Donahua, ... 1 4 3 0 N'dt m. p-rf 4 0 12 0 Ttali 44 ll 2U it I Total. 32 I 27 it ii j Armour' Ileal I'istale tl II I) o I) o J 0 ? 4 Knrned runs: Armours, 4: fleul Kstate, 1. Two-base hit: McMithan. Three-base hits: McMahau, llurcFh. Sacilllce lilt: Bohner. Stolen baae: Armour's. I. Double play: Carei- In W'illlumu l.'1!!' lau rwr lir,al. i. ' vJ.i i V.I.. I plt. heil ball:' Wins. Struck oul: ity Dona- i hue. 3; ,y Nordstrom, U. Passed ball: ! Heid. Wild pltcn: Wins. Time: i:00. Utn- I pile: Handle. ' , ' , Champions Win on Errora. Bl'RLlNGTON, lu.. Oct. 8 (Special Tile gram.) In one of the most sensational games played here this season. Burling- ton lost, to the Dee Moines Western leaeoe ! chamnlnns hv rnr. nf 5 m i in . Vi1"."'.?10""' C.re of 0 to 7- '" twelve- inning contest. Burlington a errors nt critical Junctures cost them the game, none of Des Moines scores being earned. oom pucners were a trine wild, Green hitting two men In succession wllh the ! buses full In the tlfth. I.m ir, ...hur h.! parlments Oreen had the best of it over Sessions, the Des Moines man. Score: R.H.E, Dea Molnea O00O2O2OOOO 16 9 S Burlington 0 1 tl Ii 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 04 ltj 7 Batteries: Green and Krebs; Session aud Wolfe. Post-Season fjaine In 8. I.ouia. ST. LOCtS. Oct. 6.-Arrangementa were completed today for av post-sea.son series of seven gumes between the local Na tional and American league teams . The series will start Monday and all seven games will be played. National League (iamea Postponed. At New York Boston-New York game postponed: rain. At Brooklyn Philadelphia - Brooklyn game postponed; ruin. At Pittstiurg Pittsburg-Chluago game called off; rain. Colamkna-HuWalo tiamr. Postponed. COLUMRCS. O., Oct. B.-The Columbus HufTalo base ball game scheduled for to day waa postponed on account of ram. T-u gumes will be played tomorrow. Commercial Hoveling; league T, mn i.- n The second week s' i.lLV of the Cm'ei- c: ,1 leJSue -a- n.,. ?eh .,, :, ri,n .he . a. i " . .t.7.. "L scores, although the boys nre all playing witn as much ginger as If they made I.Mai ! cverj- ga ne. Many valuable merchandise prixes have been donated: Silver cup trophy, from Albert Bdholm: Wolfe racer bicycle, from Omaha Blcvcle eomnunv v. w L I .-, cv nl ml. r ... .. Ti i - store; pair of shoes, from Drexel Shoe company; box of cigars, from Herman Beselln; case Luxus beer, from Krug Brewery company; case Poerlens hter. from Gund Brewing company; bowling ball and bag, from Brunswlck-Balke Co. Team standing is as follows: Name. Games Fa Is tan s 3 Armours 3 Black Kats Omaha Bicycle., li Gold Tops 3 Colts Life Malts ft E. C. Caudlllos.. Dally News I O'Brien 'on. Lost. Pin. Avg. I 3 3 1.010 3 0 2278 l.US 6 1 4o,M .HXS I 4 . 3 41 ."7 3 1 24-1 .17 3 I 4n7 ' .500 2 4 4 Jo .m 2 4 4nO 0 3 2229 .01 0 ( 4207 .ftufl The schedule for next week I aa follows: Monday Life Malt against Dally News. Tiiesday-Faletaffs against Armours. Wednesday K. C. Caudllloa against Gold Tops. 1 nursdiy Colt against O'Briens. Friday Black Kate against Omaha Bicy cle. Following are the Individual averages of the Commercial Bowling Kague : damea. Ate. Gamca. Are. Jar I 21 Hartkopb I Berser I M MoOee folllna 3 I. Solomon I UadrooU I lit While I lai 1o Li IM UT li Carman l Silna I Moore I 1? Pol, ar I Mahenev I 1 i Vnu bails" I It Dtiakwater I Htapenhorst 4 la Grotte I Karl I ! Baehr 4 Hlnrlrhs 4 1W Polar I Prlmaau I la? Hug I Havana I lal Nelaon I Lehman 4 la4 Parmnlee 4 fauglaa 4 141 Rloa I W air oi IC4 Kloaek 1 Baeella I la rarer) berg ( Sutton I l Patteraoa I llamblat I 142 t'rooka I Hull I 103 f amp If. 4 1 iu l&a in i; Standing of teams In the Omaha Bowling league at the end of tne third week: Team. Stnrx Blues . Played. Won. l.ct. P. C. .771 .S7 V .&) .5110 .444 .S13 .333 Krug Parks O. D. K's Onlmuda Mtta Bros Cudahya Hamlllons Diets Athletics.... The schfdule for the coming week: Monday Cudnhys against D'ets Ath letics. Tuesday Stors Blues against O. D. K's. Tnuisday llamlltons against Met Bros. Friday Ouimodj against Krug Parks. Individual averages: ' namea. Avr. Gamea A'a. G. O FranclN-n.. I 2K Magfll I 174 P.mall 4 K.ynoMi 1,4 Sheldon NtLlaKu I IT4 C. i. Fran laia... 4 IV Norane I 174 Keale' I lJrnaa I 174 Anderaon l rhalaktln I 171 Corhran 14II. D. Read . 174 Moll neaui Ita llenniaa I 171 Huntington 4 h-a Fanrhar I 171 Ztaimtrman I 1 Fraur f 17 Rewpka lif'oM.r .., I lte Fritathar I U-Urlmthi I lag Glerde I lu Kruaa la Bangala IMTraiy I lal Marble laj Chiadlar I laa Pfkering in Hla 'lenrjr I lal f.arv llCordy I Ul Hartley l;C,ofT g iao iuhnaoa ! William li Mrl agaa Weber I ihl A. f. Baa 171 Brown 3 . IM Foreran I l.aWalty I laa Bruaka I 11a Hugaea I 144 Sprague I li Caioarwead g lla Hares Post (tones. LEXINGTON. Ky.. Oct. (-Today s races were postponed until Mondav because of the had condition of the track. j atai guo 4 Co., leivri'kak favClAXlSTaV DROP KICK WINS THE CAME ObIj feort ii Kebrnkt-South Dakota Contest Mad by KcTaitld. NEITHER ELEVEN SHOWS UP IN GOOD FORM Famhlee Plentlfnl ) Roth aides anal (ornknnkera Wnk In Passlng th Ball fmm Center to Qnarterkark. " , t From a BUff Correspondent. 1 l,N-cOlN. Neb., Oct. . (BpecUl Tele- m -(-The Nebraska Cornhuakera de- f "ted SoifTfr-Dakota university on the grid-, lion today by the narrow mnrgin of 4 to. nt ,irop kick by McDonald. Nebraska left end. In the final half, alone achieving the victory for the Comhuskera. The i contest was looaely played by both eleven, j . . . , Fumble of passe and the muffing of punts, were aggravatlngly n-equent and neither team scarcely displayed a semblance of commendable foot ball form. Nebraska gained by far the most ground on rushes), but the new rule Increasing the distance to ten yards to be gained on down, crippled the offense t;d checked both elevens per- sistentiy In their efforta to advance the hall. The forward pasa was tried frequently bit I . 1 1 I .11 11.. - a Ina, anil ' proved a detriment rather than an uld. j p,,..!, -,.tf.r unil Hie Vehraska siinuortei I I . . . , . . ,. ., I expecieu victory and the strong fight iwageu iij nuuui uhhuii, rauiiu iin- v,.iii-: husker camp completely unawares. Nbn,Hka(, rushes netted ninety yards' waged by South Dakota caught the Corn- i a"'l South Dakota's only seventeen. With neither team able to make consistent gains. the giime soon resolved Into a punting duel BnJ tm, lm WH boote1 the air on slmciSt every alternate down. Knd runs also served of litlle'purposo and both halves! were nlaved without a sprint for even a ..... . v.-...... u.-ji,...' lespectauie aieiaiice. KuMfun nnuuitii! - : of the ball between the center and qnarter j hack waa decidedly weak and effectually t balked the efforts of the backs to carry ! the oval the required ten yards ir, three I attempts. A charge off tackle. In which ; Schmidt advanced the hall twelve yards. 1 was the longest gain of the day. Schmidt ' .vnnlln I t V, mini i ,1 or nno . if 1,1a kicks going nearly seventy yards against the wind. South Dakota weakened slightly In the second half and the Comhuskera finally rushed the ball to the thirty-five yard line, i wnere Mciona.a aroppea ock ana rwoten the oval squ.rely between the goal posts. The lineup: KFRSASICA 4. t SOITH IIAKllTA 0. IVmluw R. S. L. k cooper Rl.e R. T.l L. T Broao (apialnl. Wllkla. Ilarvar . O.'L. O. Bribira 1 Kol : , ..Dustan. Irnbs , ro'.T.'u'.i.a""'" L O R 6 "" u.,,.r. i. r a' t " Mi-nonatd L. k.;r. E Cook., BrnaUIrt (J. B.itj. B Schmidt R. H.UH tjBiLn, rana . . faae Nawby lMI" I n.R. H. llliltjr Mama teaptalnl r. B. F. B O'Kalll, foffea 1 Ooal from field: McDonald. Referee: F. j ! D. Cornell of Lincoln. Umpire: C. W. ' vr,..ir,e r i i.,..i ti r .-a I U, mnll,. ! UDtHA DEFEAT) KHRtK4 IITV a .. . - , , ... Local 'Hick School Team Takes Its Second Uanae. Th Omaha High school foot liall team won Its second foot ball game of the season at Diets park yesterday afternoon when It defeated the Nebraska City High school team by t lie score of to fi. the same roore by which It defeated Crelghlon'a second team last week. The Nebraska City boys looked the larger of the two teams, although the Omaha team looked the more natty In lls new uniforms of purple and white, which have been bought from the funds raised so spontaneously hy the students of the school. Nebraska City arrived Sat urday morning wKh a good bunch of looters and they were not afraid to Haunt their colors), but the purple and white was so much In predominance the other color were scarcely noticeable. Omaha won the toss and. too. the goal, with the advantage of the wind, although not much use was made of this during the game. Diets park makes a fairly good filace for a root ball game, the grandstand loldlng several hundred. Mnny of the I lit u It school students were on hand to j cfTt-er the loys along and they were a great help In the second half, when hon- ore were about even, and a fluke would ; have lost the game. Both efores were ' made In the flrat half, the Omaha team Kcnrlng first after a series of hard line ! bucks and the Nebraska City team scor- before the close of the first half on a forty-yard Tw hy Gllmore. the fullback. I '""'i"" ml""e"1 the goal and a chance to i o. t Howard ... : J'a'ria ; .vnhTn.V 311,2 T 1 NEBRASKA fTT. I., g l r. r... Stelnhardt L. T. I R. T L. (i.) R- O MC h. n.i i,. a r. r.i i,. t r. r.. i.. k U- B tQ. B I.. II. t R. H n. H. L H F. B .'F. B Ilnesmnn: Bumetf. Mora ... Anderaon Ballard Oilman Kau-a .... Tamplts Hawlar . ... Roberta Easan . ... Ollmore Referee: Linemnen: , .... (lark Seara tithorne .. M'-Kinney Pram la . . Johnann . . Head Shearer. I'mplre Berpateln. Velln and I'axson. Touchdowns: By John son and Gilmore. Time: io and 20 minute halve. Attendance: 600. CHEIGIITO TRAM IS SHIT OlT Mornlngalde IVIna on Home t'rooad Tkroaarh Greater Weight. SIOCX CITY, la.. Oct. .-(Speeial Tele gram.) The Mornlngside college foot ball team defeated the Crelghton university eleven hrre this afternoon by the score of 12 to 0. The claim was made of annilier touchdown by the local eleven, but wa disputed by the visitors and thry walked iff the field. Mornlngside outweighed the Cie ghton team by twenty pounds to the man and was able to gain both through the line and around the ends. The fnrwsrd pass was worked successfully by both teams fur galna ranging from fifteen to thirty-five yards. Whlsman, the Mornlng side punter, outdistanced Miller. Brume, the speedy Crelghton quarterback, played the star game for the visitor. He broke awav from the line once for a run of i twenty five yards. The lineup: CRIIOHTON. I MORNINGftint i Tbompaon. ! Aylaewertb I. R.IR. K Thorntoa R. K. IL. g Bona "'' flneha R. T.iL T....I Brewater ; Harritt. ruunam Waa.nar I . .L T. ..L. 0. . R. O. i . Q. B . . F. B. . .R. H. . Lv H. R. T R. O L. 0 r , Q. K. B R. H L. H .... Prlra ,. Erllul , ... Jonaa ... SI I la. rrr Baaa Wlahman Palmar nioedrou Morsenthaler .... MrCarmlk Brome Lamphler Roonay Maftll Crelghton Wins from HlaaTs. Saturday afternoon the Crelghton third team defeated the Council Bluffs High school team by a score of 11 to 0, two touchdown and one goal. The boy from ihe Bluffs outweighed th locals by ten pounds, but did not seem to have the ginger nor rush and plunge of the Crelgh ton lads. John Dougherty wu the tar and practically won the game by hla punt ing. Thia la the first game the No. $ ag gn gallon has played and they all deserve piai.se. The team from the Bluffs won second place In the Iowa State High School association. Uneup: f.RBIOHTON. I rot'NflL BLtrFS. Mengea ... Janialaon . I'oad Kerne M-fery . Dougherty Smyth .... keuaey . . Mullen .... ..F. B.'F. Mill! U H. IR. H . K. H. U H . . . . . Jeneoa ... Smyth .0. b. g. B. R. g. R. G. C U. B. u a. u o. R. T. . Johaaou Bano . B Salvia .. Jarkaon ... Moora Paragay ... Millar ... oieaoa le It. u a. c. , u o. a. ti. M. T. letmphler firrlgaa. Maleoy....R. B. Tie at ortk Platte. NORTH PIJ.TTE, Neb.. Oct. 4J-(8peeal Telegram.) Football game between Ne braska Btate Normal school of Kearney, and North Platte High school eleven played here today resulted in a score of to t. The game waa fiereelv con tested from start to finish. That no score was made by either team, wa due largely to the operation of the new nil requiring a gain of ten yard in three downs, as the fierce tackling of both team prevented long gains. The North Platte team ahowed decided auperiorlty In ground gaining and in general learn play, but wa out punted by Kearney full back, and thua prevented from scoring. Th hall wh ia the air during a larg part of the gam. and wa cxchaiig uf pun is iinarue,' gener- TALK wins FROM Boaa ot F.I I Moke Taarhlana ear f leae of Flrat Half. NEW HAVEN. Conn., Oct . Yale de. fee ted Byractise university this afternoon, t to 0. "Tad" Jonea. the Yale quarterback. Just before the first half closed, ot the ball from the klckoff on hla own five-yard line and made a touchdown after running the length of the field. The new rule as played by Yale worked splendidly, while Syracuse reported almost entirely to old fahroned foot ball, making flret down five times by line plunges. Araea Deteata Toe. AMR In . Oct. g (Rneclah The low l fttate college defeated Coe college of Cedr Rapids In a clean g;ime of foot ball today- f the Vanfe were long runs by McKlhnn- npv and Hurger of Ames. Whaley and Ashton starred for C.ie Th Is wa the first game on Btate Field thi year and u,, , B mcorv of 37 lo n , favoe of Ames. The Ames gosl was In danger at no time hut the Coe hunch fought con sistentiy and pluckily. AMKS. I fOK. Mi FMhlnn; R E-l t.. K Mills ft. T.I L. T N.l.on R. (J.I L. n Plaser f.C Thavar b. 0 1 R. O .... Aron ... Kii-ter Nli-ltaeaoii ' Tinkhdm ... Rnalrl, . . . . M Tr . .. Wha'er Toanmttf . .. Thomaa , . . Morri Bnnter L. T. R. T... Heonlnser Btller v... Jnnea L. E.! R. r. R. H. U H. I.. H. K. H Q. B.Q B. V. a. I. B. ureen Thayer Bunger. MrKllienney made touchdowns. H.,ve. tweiitv minutes, offlcluls: Prall ami ! HevanU. I'mplre and referee. Linesman, of Co opelaml 1 imaKeeiwis. !lcr, wenr. i gkamroeka vs. Hnprrlora The Shimrocks and Siiierlora will open I their foot bull season ut Inton street park j todny. Moth these elevens played an cx- . 2"rnir irarr-e em he ssured of a contest well worth their while. Following Is the lineup: i shahh.-kb. r . i i-ii.Ki.me. "i,"""n u"M nirnn, nvera k. u. i i.. , 0. Knapu ; ' Kroil. l allanan I. O K (I .... fa. faiay ! Millet. Raala K. 1 . IL. T Shawleo 1.. T. lit. T II. Mi:lr A ZlelH-l Mlti-hell H. F.. :l.. T. ...U K R. E Munfer, Staaraimon-U. lt t'urran F. b. H. R R. 11. B. F B U. H. B. I .1. riiagrrald ...R. II. B. KM m I I 1, I, Marvell Se tiednle for Crelahtoti. schedule for the Crelghton first ,. team haa Just lieen officially repiirted I with waa trying to arrange a date with Notre!'"06 w,""n twenty miles from the finish. name tt iti.llania V.iif . . r 1 1 1 . 1 nnl irnt nne greeable to both'. The program for this ,""" .. "" Rollrk...Jl(ark. c. J, -toj ht U Cornel at J: . .1, oriii Mpun niir .uiin.ii n nuiiiurB ' irai k . iNoveninei- a. Am iv i.n ipbp. hi Kourge a park; November 1", isem-asKa t mverslty at Kourke s park: November 17. Tarklo College at Rourke's iarlt; No- vember id. Doane College at Rourke's park. flit only game away from home was nlsivM veutorHav mt faiiiiiv P Iv Harvard Wins lid Maine. CAMWR1DOE. Mass.. Oct. Harvard de- rented the Cnlverstty of Maine 17. to 0 In a fast game of foot ball todav. The game abounded In good playing, with end runs. Plenty or nuntmg ana open wora. in tnree loucnaowns secura nr iiarvara, however, were rained fhroliah slraiaht. fashioned foot ball. Maine ws able to make first down but once. Cornell Pllea (p Rig; Score. ITHACA. N. Y.. Oct. B.-Cornell defeated Oberlln today, 26 to 5. The field was covered with water. Cornell made its gains by end run. n the second hu!f Rarle made a fluke touchdown for Oberlln. One of the Cornell men fumbled the slippery punted hall on the goal line, and, as It rolled over, Karle fell upon It. Army- Wins from Trinity, WEST POINT. N. Y.. Oct. 6. In a down- l'our of rain, which lasted throughout the game, the army foot ball team defeated Trinity here, at to o. which Included four touchdowns, two goals and a safety. Indiana Defeats Wnbaili. CRAWFORD8VILLE, IND., Oct. 6.-In-dtana university defeated Wabaeh college 12 Ij 6 here today In the opening foot hall game of the season. Both elevens put up a fast and snappy game. Mlssourl Uolf Championship. ST. LOCI8, Oct. . Rart S. Adams of the Algonquin club, St. Louis, won the Mis souri stste golf championship on the Glen Echo links today by defeating Christian Kinney, Algonquin, 1" up and 8 to play. Amen Is Shot Out. DK8 MOINES. Oct. .-(Spec4l Telegram.) At Des Moines today tne west lies ' Moines- High school Ames High sch ool team by a score of v ii . .... . . . . i r 45 to 0. t alvereltr nf Michigan Wins. ANN ARBOR. Mich.. Oct. f. The Cnlver ttitv of Michiwiin foot hall team defeated Case Scientific 3chool of Cleveland 2 to 0. Michigan goal waa In danger, only once. Shntoat for Plattsmout . PLATTSMOl'TH. Neb., Oct. . (Special Teh grain, i The Bellevu foot hall team defeated the home team here tills after noon by the score of 36 to 0. Princeton Win Six to Nothing. PRINCETON. N. II.. Oct. H.-The Prince ton foot ball team defeated Washington and Jefferson by a score of ti to 0 here to day In a drlxzllng rain. Aaue Sknta Out Dea Molnea College, f AMKS. I.. Oct. . (Special Telegram. I The Iowa State college today defeated Des Moinr college. 46 to 0. Colfax la Skat Oat. COLFAX, la., Oct. . (Special Telegram.) Capital Park, Des Moines, High school defeated Colfax High school today by the seo.e of 28 to 0. Scores of Other Games. At Wllllamsport. Pa. Pennsylvania Stat college. 4; Carlisle Indians, v. At Philadelphia Pennsylvania, 11; North Carolina, u. At Annapolis. Md. Midshipmen. 0; Dick inson college. 0. x At Pittsburg. Pa. Western I'nlverslty of Pennsylvania. n; Hiram college. 0. At Providence, R. I. Brown. 17; We leyan, 0. At Terra Haute, lnd. Rose Polytenhnlc, 0; Eastern Illinois -normal, K At Cincinnati I nlverslty of Cincinnati, 0; Marshall college, 0. At Boulder, Coio. I'nlverslty of Colorado, 6; I'nlverslty of Denver, 0. READV FOR TOTTS-EMWJSH FIGHT Money Says Potta Will Beat Omaha Maa Karl. DAVENPORT. Is.. Oct. .- (Special) With the batle between Jimmy Potts of Minneapolis and Clarence .English of Omaha only five day away. Interest In th next card of the Trl-C1ty Athletic club is becoming warm. Potts Is training at the Natatorlum here, with Billy Potts and Tommy McNamara, the favt DHvenHrt light weight, as his sparring partner. The fight fans who watch his working out aie enthuslaatic over his condition, and there ta plenty of Davenport a well a Minne apolis money ready to aay that he finishes English before the fifteenth round. Omaha and Chicago, where Joe Sullivan Is round ing Englisn into fine trim, have sent ev. era) roil of the green to cover the Pott money, and a lot of It has been placed at even figure. One of the fastest and fiercest mills that has been seen In Davenport Is expected, for both men are rangy fighters not afraid of the guff. Much is expected of the semi-wind-up, which brings together Packy Me Far land nf i-hlcaaro and Billy Flnucane. Johhny Coulon, the little fellow with the puncn, wno nas just gi buu, iru mio toe professional ranks, open the card with eight rounds with Ralph Grant, another feather weight who la regarded a a comer. Sheridan Rreaks Another Record. NEW YORK. Oct. . Martin J. Sheridan of the Irish-American Athlellc club today broke hi world record In throwing the discus, the new mark being la feet 3 fnchee. Hi beat revloua throw and the record wa 1:46 feet 6 Inches, made in the Canadian championship games at Mon treal on September 'Si last. Horaaa Retains I hawpiuaihlp. aT. liOl'IS. Mo.. Oct. C-J.ihn Horgan of New York successfully defended his title of Ihe world's continuous pool cham pion against Horace B. l.rn of St. I-ouix, by defeating him $).' to 454. The final block of 21 bulls was played tori.ht at the Bioadwa-, lior.au winning titi w 11. FRANCE TARES CUP RACE Vgderbilt Trophy Wo by Uuii Wer on Lone Iiltnd OotirM. AMERICAN CAR MAKES THE FASTEST LAP Freark lara la Flrat, Third aad Foartk riarra, Itallaa geroad, Geranaa Fifth Othera Arc Ulataaceel. FINISH LINK VAM'RKUILT Cfl Cul KSe., Oil. . Loul Wnintr, 111 a H' huise iiwer French car tinJny won ih tuna nun natiot.ui uuiumubtie road race lor Hi- William rv. v auuerbiit,' .. cuu, compHtliia tnc distance of 2W.1 miles In iW minutes i0t eecunaa, or at th raie ut more man ii nine a minute. Vinctnac ', Lunclu in a ljo-horse power Italian car waa secund In J minutes seconds. Aiuonlniue Duray in a lun-hurse powor French car was third In 213 minute 4H S'.cond. Albert Clement In li.l-hors power French car waa fourth In J mln uics 6!i4j aeconus. Lamlliu Jet.atiy In a lift-horse power Uerman uar.wua nitli In 3"4 minute its seconds. Lamia actually nnlshed the course about three miautea uiead of Wagner, who, how ever, started rix minute later man hla rival and had that much margin ut the llnish. re were fourteen of the eventeen cai lliUl etartcd lunninc at the time that the race w aj declaiel fluislicd. whlcli was done as soon as Clement had won fourth pluue. n wa '' greatest difficulty that the crowds were kept back from th coute duiinK the lat lap. Without re!!rd to -ty they .w-rn,e.l over the foods, giving way only when the fast flying racing machines were a hundred yaru away. "line r ranee carriea away tne premier honors of the race. Joseph Tracy of the Amerlcuh team hud tl.e stitisfactijn of w. Haihten . registering the fuateal Up made. On his WYl'ii"" ' Hf,h "UI", Tracy drov the J9.T miles In ... Whitaiora ! "'e remarkable time of X minutes il rc.c ... P. Trim ! onds. Tracy suffered severe difhcully from ..H. RnWTu'tTi llre 'roulues in the first few rounds und this cost him dear. He was on his ninth lap when the race waa ended. ' AVuaner. itlm hrlrl Hie lea, I fnun in vrtv ,lr(It ru:,rt, eame very near to lo-lii the I One nf Ills (lr. enl.i,lliiir Ma harl i li.u.l j of some seven miles at the tinu. changed Hires and managed to win by approximately three minutes. Inchi. Dn.r.v anrt Clem- . mi ncin tiiruuKU l lie race Wlllioul UllSlinp. The race was run under leaden skies and the start, scheduled for ti a. m.. was de layed fifteen minutes by heavy fog. After this had lifted there were occa sional rifts and bursts of sunshine, but the finish was In a drixxle. Tho Inclement weather had no effect whatever on the crowd. It is estimated luat, fully 2et),UUU persona lined the course. . Of the seventeen car that started the first to come to grief was the Italian racer driven by Dr. Wellschott. Ills steering gear broke and the car went over an em bankment. The machinist, Colombo, was severely hurt. Lawwell of the American tram dropped out after the fourth round. He had all manner ot difficulties. One Spectator Killed. OliCDf the more than iMO.ooo sptctatora who lined the course paid with his life the penalty of a too- great curiosity. He was neir the dangerous turn In the course known as Krug's corner. Two cars had flashed hy when the man ventured out on the road to get a better view of Lie others coming. With the. rush and roar of throbbing engines the Frencn c.ir, driven hy Elliot F. Shepard, an American, dashed into th man, who, In the view of thou sands, was hurlod High Into the air. When picked up many ynrds from the scene of the accident the man was dead. Hla skull had been fractured, both legs broken and he was frightfully crushed. After a few minutes ne was Identified aa Kurt L. Oruner of Passaic, N. J. Shepard plunged ahead at nlnoty mile an hour along the straight str.tch leading to the Judges' stand. He was completely unnerved, how ever, and did not finish his seventh lap. It waa given out that he had broken a j chrank shaft. Shepard was running sixth j ,tnd WM" ' contending position when tile accident occurred. Of the fourteen cars that were running at the time the race wa called off all had completed the seventh round, eleven had completed the eighth, eight had completed the ninth and five finished the tenth and last. When Wagner was declared the winner the crowd surged about him and cheerd. The band played the "Marseillaise." There were many minor accident in the great crush leaving the finish line. The time of the cars that finished the ninth round. In addition to the five which fin ished the race, were: Naxxarro, Italian, 292:684; Cagno, Italian, aot):28; Leblon, American, 312:2H. The start nnd finish of thr five cars which completed the entire distance fol lows: No. 10 Wagner. French; start. 6:24 a. in.; finish, 11:14:1H; elapsed time. 4:60:10. No. 4 Lancia, Italian; start. 6:18; llnish, 11:11:284; elapsed time. 4:63:284. No. 18 Duray, French; start. S:31; rlnlfh. 11:24:444: elapsed time. 4:63:441. No. loOlemont. French; start. 6:28; fin ish, ll:2:5!i4: f lapsed time. 6:Oi:64. No. 3 Jenatsey. German; start. 6:17; fin ish, 11:21:; elapaed time, 6:04:38. Tkoae, la tke Race. The race was started at (:16. Leblon of the American team, flashed away from the starting line exactly on the signal at 6:13, and the race wa on amid wild cheering. From the long line of waiting racer came a roar of engines like the rapid fire of g tnousana small cannon, others follows: Starting lime for I Heath, in Car No. 2. of the French team, followed promptly at 6:16 a. m. Jenatxy, in No. 3, wa away at 6:17. Lancia, in No. 4, received an ovation a he sped away at 6:18. Lawwell of the American (earn In No. f started at 6:10. Shepard, French, in No. 6, waa away at 6:20. Luttgen, No. 7. German, wa sent away at 6:21. HI engines sent out a fearful cluud of smoke as he tore away from the line. - 1 Nexsarro. No. S, Italian, wa next away at 6:22. There wa wild cheering for Tracy, No. , American, as he got away at Wagner, No. 10. French, started at 6:24. Car No. 11, (Keene), withdrawn. Car No. 12, Cagno, Italian, away at 6:2i, one minute being dropped for the mlaaing CHI'. There wu no No. 13 car. No. 14. Havnea. American, left at 6:27. Clement, Car No. 16, French, away at 6:21. Weltsehott. No. 16. Italian, away at 6:29. Christie, No. 17, American, was off at 6:8"). Duray, No. 13, French, started at 6:31. No. 19. Fabry, Italian, was last away at 6:32. Wo More Races at Garden Illy, GARDEN CITY. L. I., Oct. G. After the race for the Vanderbilt rup today the racing hoard of the American Automobile aaaoclation held a meeting here and de cided that no more races should be held under the auspices of the association over the course used today. MANY FIVE DOGS AT FRIEND Promts nf Good Sport at MUsoarl Valley Fntorlty FRIEND. Neb . Oct. 6.-SrJ'lrt:TEvery train that conies to Friend brings men and a lot of dogs for the Missouri alley futurity. The firs; nun to arrive wa Charles X. Root from Richland. Minn., with five good dogs, ho 111 Handy of Minne sota will be hire, und It Is expected h will be the annoiir.cer of ihe result of the etenl as li es are run off. He has a 1 ul. clear volt thai all can hear. The Futur- i A Great Business for People of Small Capital to Get Into. SOAP P.1AKES air a. a - wKnr-i inm nan vr uriiinnir a aivr-is xa .nnn mtrta Which Reduces Cost Almost to Nothing Enormous Profits for Stockholders SmUll Investors Can Duy Stock and De Protected. Some Interesting statistics have come :o light on the consumption of household necessities. For example. It Is estimated that about $100,000,000 worth of sonp Is used up annually by American over a? nnn ii, ii, u n,ni, e-i'.ft n,in I'lua ! is bawd on the fact that theie are ;o,TOU 000 families In tlm I' lilted Slates, aul that, conservatively, each family sends on an average of 35 cents a month for soap. From a merchandise standpoint this !s especially interesting because, niilllo; many other commodities, these millions do not represent the mere purchase price of an urtlcle that latite for month or years, but soap is bought and rrbonght every few days. Merchants know what It is to dial In articles that once bought are quickly used up, only to be rehought again. The meaning of It Is shown In such mil lionaire firms as Procter & Gamble, , Fair banks, Kirk, Babbits, Pears, etc. The fact that all the big packing house manufac ture soap Is a good indication to the prnllt there Is in It. Recently a plot of ground was discovered out In Nebraska from which soap Is being made thnt is better, purer, and cheaper than any other soap ever hiade. All other soaps are artificial soapp. this Is a natural soap. It comes from a "soap mine." Strange aa It may seem, there .utually Is a soap. mine, though, so far as known i this Is the only one. It was found nenr the town of Orleans In Nebraska sever.il 1 year ago. The ffhrler thought It w-s j simply a peculiar earth formation, but n I strict analysis proved It to be a lava de- ! posited there by a geyiier "extinct for pcr- haps centuries. This Is a geological and scientific fact. Experiments proved that the lava had aponacinus qualities, and tests showed that U could easily be converted Into a very powerful cleansing soap that hud, In fact, genuine medical properties us well. It waa. for example, very untireptlc. The Omaha Bee, the leading newspaper of Nebraska, says of the finding of this soap mine. "Colorado capitalists bought the prop erty outright, and they thus control the only sonp mine known. They have takn thousand of dollars' worth of o:ip out of the very earth, and it seems reasonable that fortunes will be made from it in the year to come. Among the prominent Coloradoans who Interested themselves financially In the mine are Frank A. Jos lln, a well known Denver merchant; Hon. Harper M. Orahood, a leading member of the Colorado bar; Lieutenant Governor Parks, President Daly of the Capital Life Insurance company; F. G. Bonfils. pub lisher of the Denver Post; Crawford Hill, publisher of the Denver Republican, United States Marshel Bailey, and many other. It will thus be seen th:tt the com pany has considerable standing, und that there must be a substantial basis of fact. These men could not afford to be involved In anything that was not genuine. "The firm controllng the properly is the Geyserite Manufacturing company, Forty-First and Blake streets, Denver, Col. The company manufactures from this lsva a toilet soap known as "Geyse. it'" soap, which already has a very wide uae thotrgh it haa only been on the markt fnr .hnot fifteen vearn and the an lo. were never forced. Those who visited the. Chi cago World's Fair may remember the unique exhibit the company had and the awarda of merit It received. "Other soap manufacturers have to buy all their Ingredients in the open market. The fata and oils that go TO mako up lheire already stockholder In thi company. average soap are expensive. The Colonel 1 concern, owning aa It does, a soap mine, 1 able to avoid the expense for material that confront other aoap manufacturers. The geyserite, which forma the greater part of every cake of 'Geyserite' soap, cohts practically nothing, as the supply Is limitless and the property waa bought lty will be called promptly at 1:30 p. m. TUfSday, and a there are 109 entries It is expected some great racing will be seen. Tne all-age stake ha some of the fastest dogs on the grounds, ready to take pert In It. that have ever been here. The weather promises to be fine, and the rab hita are a grand lot and are run over the course twice dally to get them familiar 1th the escapes. The grounds are In . .-.... V, .... n .1 1 , 1. ... u ., rl A.,Av.a.l h in.. . . week of aood suort EASTERN WOWE1 GOLFERS WIN Score Is Thirteen to Tkree Against the Weatern Team. WOT NEWTON, Maas., Oct. 6 The first contest between women golfera representing the eastern and weatern sections of lu country resulted today In a victory for the east on the Brae Burn llnkn, the teim match of sixteen players on a side result ing in an easy victory, 13 to 3. Of the players on the western team, eleven were from Chicago, two from Wlaconsln and one each from 81. I-ouls. Denver snd Cal ifornia. Mlsa Warren of the Edgewater club of Chicago, Mra. Brewer of the Evans ton club, Chlcagis and Mrs. Hoop of Den ver were the only westernerr to win their matches. The westerners drove fully os well as their opponents, but were generally weak In their ahort game. Miss Pauline Mackay of the Oakley Country club and tr.e na - tional champion, won her match wllh Mr. C. L. Derlng, the western chumpl'in, muk Ing the course in 93. Summary: EA8T. Mlsa Pauline Mackay, Oakley of Boston (3 up. 2 to play), 1. Miss F. U. Osgood, Country club ot Bos ton 12 up, 1 to play), 1. Mra R. H. Bui low, Merlon of Philadel phia. 0. Mr. G. Bishop, Brooklawn of Bridgeport (6 up, 4 to play), 1. Mlaa M. B. Adams. Wollaston of Boton 14 up, 3 to play), I. Mrs. C. E. Fox. Huntington Valley t,f Philadelphia. 0. Misa Curtis. Country club of Boaton up 4 to play). 1. Mlsa F. C. Oiiseom. Merlon of Philad l phia 44 up. 2 to play). 1. Mlsa L. A. Wells. Country club of Bos (2 up. 1 to play). L . . Mr. r. r. i.ererts. r.ngiewoou. j 1 Mr. M. L. i-auerson, nui.u.1,.1. o. 1 up. a i pi" Mls M. y . Phelpe, Brae Burn of Hoiri (8 up. 7 to pluvi. 1. Mrs. E. F. Sanford. Eseex County Co- r trv club of Orarge. N. J.. 16 u. 4 to play) " Mlsa J. R. Mix. Englewood. N. J.. 18 up, to play) I. Mies E. Hurry, Englemood. N. J , (4 u I lo play) L VAST FORTUNES l a r-v - at a very low figure. Furthern.ore, th raw material can be deposited In the Den ver factory for less than one-half cent a pound. "From thi It will he een that the profit of the company must be enormous. Tho market Is world wide. America alone, as outlined above, uses $100,000,000 worth of soap In a single year. There is no rea son why It should not use more Qeyserlt? soap than any other kind, as. In spite of the fact tliiit It tost very little to manu facture. It I the only genuinely pure aoip on the market. The company has rerentlv Issued a book In which the complr.d analysis I given and this shows clearly that this I a remarkable soap. The fact that It la used all over America toda, simply through one person telling another about It. prove conclusively that it has remarkable merit. "Tlie company, however, ha reached that stage In it development where it must spread out. It must build a lurrft factory and get more of that $100.0iiO,Pl t) spent annually for soup. It will ,JhX, inci eased capital, and to secure fL" capital some Inducement must be made. "At the present time the company's cap acity Is only 20.000 rake a day. Thry want to increase this to 60,000 or 100,000 a day. Thi can only be done by publicity. To push sale mean to give publicity ts your article, and publicity or advertising coats money. It also mean that more salesmen must be put on the road. Such expenses require capital, but the capital oon comes back with large interest from! the Increased ale of the soap. In order to get more capital to Increase the plan'., the present stockholders of the Geyserlle Manufacturing Company will sell some of their stock to the public, and in order to make the proposition attractive to 'lei smajl investor, the s'tock can be had way below par at the present time. "The par value nf the stock Is $1 per share; it can be bought for 25 cent a share until Oct. 20lh only. After that date the price of shares advance to 3j cents; those that buy now can make a clean profit of 40 per cent, and ae dlvl- j... j j . . -- .nr. nenos are aeciareu on tne par vnionwev, uto.'lr it la niit iinrennntiu hie In smv thnt the net profit rhnuld be 100 per cent. Those desiring to Invest should communicate with the executive office of the company jU Fifty-second and Blake treets, Denver, Col. Ask all the questions you want, look Into the matter from, every standpoint. investigate tne omcrrs ann tne preren' stockholder. The company fssues a book let regarding It business that make. interesting reading. A copy can be' had by writing to tho campany. "We know of no better proposition ever offered to the general public. Here 1a a aoap mine owned by the company. The surply of geyserite I limitless. II mHkes the best soap ever manufactured. If anv reader of thia paper has never ued 'Gey serite' soap he can receive a sample by writing to the company. The building, lot, and entire plant in addition to the mine Ih owned outright by the company, as well as patent, trade-mark, etc. It can manufacture a better soap ihan wa ever before made, at a very ainull cost, -1 . ... . l-XJ ann '" "ie pr.wiis on eaca maa rem soap will he larger than the profit nnf any other aoap on the market. It Isn t every day that peron with a hundred or two hundred dollar rn become a prtner in an established trled-and-proven houss hold necessity, or get In with such promi nent business and professional men as "We cannot reccommend the preposition too highly to all Investor. The stock caa ft, V. ., .. tr' mull enet anrt An IMil monthly payment If convenient, and w believe the money Invested will be amplyf protected and look certain to realise larte dividends. We urge readers 10 write th company and ee what they have to offer.' Misa Bmlly' Ixickwood, Country club of Boston IS up." I to play), 1, ' Total team score, 13. WfciT. Mrr. C. L. Derlng. Midlothian, Chicago, 0. Miss F. E. Evetett. Exmoor. Chlco, u. Miss Marl in Warren, Edgewater. Chicago tl up. 21 holes), 1. Mis Mlra llelmer. Midlothian. Chicago, o. Mm. Frances Anderson, llinsd'iie. Cnj cago, 0. Mrs. G. W. Roop. Denver, (6 up, 4 IS Miss Grace Semple. St. Louis, a Mr. Knwin Whlteomb. Fond du Le, Wis.. 0. Mine Isabelle Smith. Evanston, Chicago. 0 Mrs A. T. II. Browei, Evanston. Chicago (1 up,' 19 holes). 1. Mra K. A. Beldler. Iake Geneva. Wis., tf. Mrs E. C. Berrlman, Edgewater, Chl- 1"vbb I. W. Whitney. Claremont. Call- 'Miiia' Ruth Steele, Homewood, Chicago . Mliw J Sherman. Riverside. Chicago, Mrs. A. 8. Best. Evanston, Chicago. 0, Total team score, 1. HE MEET AT "TOOK f IXia W. D. Ratea la Expelled from Track for Life for laaaltlnar Starter. MCOOK. Neb., Oct. . (Special reie- : gram.) The McCook Driving far "-" I lion races closed brilliantly today wiin a I large and enthusiastic, attendance. Butn- 3:00 pace: Carter O first. Chancelln sec ond. Reynold Wright third. Hasting Girl fourth. Tlfe: 2:2. Puree: $2.i0. Ftee-for-all trot: Silver Star first. Pony George second. Tony Bell tnlrd. Josephln Dillon fourth. Time; 2:27. Purse: $. Novelty, one mile running: Waddell won quarter and half. Honest Jlin won three quarter and mile. Time 61S Purse: $1. W. D. Bates, driver of Galtama. for Q. If. 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