THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEK: .7AXUAKY 10. 1900.
Big Clearing Sale
Monday at Dresner's
No cheap, shoddy stuff bought up especially for this
nale, but swell patterns left from our regular winter stock
of fine woolens.
$30.00 Suits or Overcoats for $17.50
$35.00 Suits or Overcoats for $22.50
and all others accordingly.
' . i
$10.00 Trousers for S5.00
Fit and workmanship guaranteed.
Store open from 7:30 a. m. until .9 p. m.
Dresher, The Tailor
1515 Farnara Street
COLF CLUBS CHANGE LAWS
Western Members Given Larger Share
in Main of Association.
HEXT TOUBNAMINT AT WHEATON
Herbert V. Jacqaes of Brooklla
C'isatry Clab la Elerled Preel
drat Scotch Rales Are
NEW TORK. Jan. . Yielding td a sen
timent laid to exist among a tiumber of
western cluba that Its mods of chosslne;
officers laid It open to the criticism of
being a self-perpetuating; body, the United
States Golf Association at lta meeting held
at Sherry's tonight voted to amend the
constitution so as to permit the placing
In the field of Independent tickets by
clubs enrolled In Its membership. The
amendment was carried after violent de
nunciation of the practice heretofore fol
lowed by the-executive committee of tha
association perpetuating In office east
ern men said to belong to a certain co
I terle. This accusation waa made by J. W.
McKlnley Of the Columbia Golf Club, of
Washington, D. C, who urged that wes
tern men be given larger representation
on the executive committee. Mr. McKln
ley's motion to permit nominations from
the floor by any member of trie associa
tion Instead f by a nominating commltteo
waa loat. but a substitute motion offered
by LeMghton Calkins Of the Plalnfleld, (N.
J.) Golf Club was carried, giving to any
five clubs In the association the privilege
to put an Independent ticket In. the field In
oDDOsltlon to that namedby the nominat
ing committee. This revolutionary action
marked the close of a very lively meeting
at which the officers of 1909 were elected
and place and dates of the holding of the
various golf tournaments decided upon.
Taaraaaieat at Wkealoa.
'Tha decision to hold the amateur golf
tnsinplcnshlp on the links of the Chi
cago Golf club at Wheaton, 111., during
tha week beginning September was
made unanimous upon the withdrawal of
tfae petition of the Deal Golf and Coun
try club of Deal, N. J., which had a'
strong bid for the tournament. The dates
for the holding of the open champton
ahlp and of the women's championship
were left In the hands of the executive
committee for determination, but the
first waa awarded to the Knglewood Golf
rlub of lZnglewood, N. X, and the second
to the Merlon Cricket club of Philadel
phia The conditions governing the play
of last year's amateur championship
were again adopted for this year's tournament-
Another action of importance was the
adoption of the rulea formulated by the
Royal and Ancient St. Andrews Golf club
of Scotland as the rules governing the
game In the United States.
Iscqiet Chosen Prealdeat.
' The election, which waa participated In
by thirty-five of the forty-four cluba en
rolled In' the association, reaulted as fol
lows: President, Herbert L.. Jacques, the Coun
try club, BrookUne, Mass.; vice presidents,
Silaa H. BUawn, Glenview club. Gulf. 111.;
Milton Dargan, Atlanta Athletic club, At
lanta. Ga.; secretary, Robert C. Watson,
CMxden City Uolf club, Garden City. N. Y. ;
: treasurer, William Kellowes Morgan, Bal
; tusrol Golf club, Baltsurol, N. J.; executive
! committee, Jarvls Hunt, Chicago Golf
I rlub. Wheaton. III.'. C T. Jaffray. Mlni
, kahda Golf club, Minneapolis, Minn.; Jos
eph 8. Clark, Philadelphia Cricket club,
' Philadelphia; Arden M. Robbins, St. An
drews Golf club. Mount Hope, N. Y.
OMAHA MAY GET TWO GAMES
(.Continued from First Page.)
year or two, because It had no suitable
floor on which to practice. Last season
the Aggies decided to get into the race with
the rest of the schools in the Missouri
valley and made a very creditable showing
ia all their gamea. Thsy have practically
the same quintet again this winter and
may prove very keen contenders ' for the
premier honors of the valley. . ,
These contests with Ames will be the
first championship games of the season.
Six of the Missouri Valley conference
teams ere in the basket ball league. Thesa
are Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Washing'
ton. Ames and Drake. A schedule has been
arrangod to decide the championship of the
conference and the six teams divided into
two sections. Nebraska, Ames and Drake
form the northern division and Kansas,
Missouri aad Washington compose (the
southern section. The teams will settle the
title in their respective sections first and
Ihsa the leaders of each division will meet
In a aeries of three or fivs games to de
' elds the Missouri valley leadership, if the
The conditions nd causes which
ev II aw J I
healthful vegetable remedy &s the surest and safest cure. The disease Is
brought about by the accumulation of nric acid, an irritating, pain-producing
property ia the blood. Thia causes a weakening and souring of the circula
tion which then becomes unfit for nourishing the body, while the deposits
of uric arid in the aerres, muscles, Joints and bones produce the pain and
agon of Rheumatism. To treat the trouble with medicines containing pot
ash or other strong minerals, is simplv adding another poison to the already
weak, diseased blood, sapping it of its remaining1 vitality, and perhaps in
the end making a physical wreck of the sufferer. The one safe and only cure
for Rheumatism is S. S. S. It is nature's remedy for this disease, made
entirely from healthful vegetable ingredients extracted from the roots, herbs
aad: barks of the forest and fields. S. S. S. foes down into the blood and
removes every trace ot the cause 01 juieumaiisra, cieanaes ana purines mc
circulation, and restores health and comfort to those who are suffering from
this painful disease. There is but one way to be sure j-ou are not dosing
rur system with mineral medicines, and that is to take S. S. & Book oa
heumatism and any medical advice free.
8CUDIU. j THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAWTA, GA.
CornhuRkers can win the two games from
Ames next week they will stand an excel
lent chance of getting the title for the
northern section. They will still have to
play Drake, of course, but if they can win
from the Aggies Drake ought to be easy
to defeat, for It is hardly as strong as the
Iowa agricultural five. Drako will come
to Lincoln for two games January 22
Pox May tinsel Nine.
The base ball committee of the athletic
board at a meeting yesterday evening de
elded to hire a coach, for the nlno next
spring and to authorise two trips by the
team. It was tho unanimous sentiment of
the committee that "Billy" Fox, captain
of the Lincoln base ball team, should be
encaged again If satisfactory arrangements
could be made with him. Fox was coacA
of the nine last season and pleased both
the players and the athletic board with
his work. He has signified his willingness
to return to the Cornhusker coaching force
and is expected to accept the offer which
wilt be made to film.
Manager ISager is now trying to arrange
gamea for the two trips authorised by the
base ball committee. One of these will
extend into Iowa and Minnesota and will
be made the early part of May. Five
games will be played on this trip and Min
nesota, Ames and Iowa will probably be
included in this list. The other trip will
be made south Into Kansas, Missouri and
Illinois during the spring vacation from
April 7 to IS. It is probable that Kansas,
Manhattan, Missouri, St. Louis and Wash
ington will be met on this trip.
Prof. Wolcott, chairman of the base ball
committee at the meeting yesterday, ex
pressed himself as being opposed to per
mitting the varsity nine to play ball with
professional teams in the future. He de
clared he did not believe the Cornhuskers
should meet Guy Green's nine In a series
of games next spring.' He said it seemed
to him to be contrary to the spirit of col
lege sport for any of Its players to come
into competition with professionals during
their college course. The other two mem
bers of the committee were hot opposed to
letting the Cornhuskers play with the
Western league team. Nothing definite
waa done in regard to the matter, but It
probably will come up before the athletic
board at a meeting" within the next few
weeks. There is little probability that the
leafcue team will be taken off the Corn
husker schedule this spring, though. It is
believed too many members of the board
would be opposed to such action.
Class athletics In the future will be un
der the control of the lnter-class athletic
board which was formed at a meeting of
representatives from the four classes of tha
university this week. This board will have
charge of all class sports and under Its
direction contests in foot ball, base ball,
basket ball and track eventa will be held
every year among athletes from the four
The first contest held under the supervi
sion of the new board will be an indoor
meet, which will probably take place on
charter day in February. The board has
petitioned Physical Director Clapp to sub
stitute this lnter-class meet for the usual
charter day events, and this Is likely to be
done. Prtxes will be offered for first and
second places in all the events.
In addition to the lnter-class meet three
other Indoor contests will bo pulled off.
These will take place among the frater
nity and nonfraternlty men. First the
Greek letter men and the "Barbs" will
each hold a meet among themselves and
then the winners of the events in both of
these games will come together in a final
fraternity-barb meet for the leading hon
ors of the school. It is now planned to
hold the two preliminary m-.-ets on Febru
ary S and 13 and the final games the latter
part of February or early In Marcn.
SPEND SOME OF THE MONEY
Weatera Golfers Give I. 8. G. A.
Bosses a Haaca.
NEW YORK, Jan. 7. A suggestion has
been made by a western golfer not entirely
In accord with the "all-wise" policy of
the United States Golf association to the
effect that the parent organisation might
put lta funds to better use than hoard them
up year after year. At present the asso
ciation has about SH.000 In Its treasury,
and the amount continues to grow.
The latest suggestion Is that when the
national open championship question is
discussed at the annual meeting now in
progress in New York a demand should
be made that tha United States Golf as
sociation spend some of its surplus by
offering $1,000 as first prise for the open
championship, thus making it sufficiently
attractive to bring Braid. Vardon, Maasey,
Herd and possibly other leading profession
als of Great Brltsln and France to these
product) Rheumatism all suggest
WITH m LOCAL BOWLERS
The entries fnr the Middle West tour
nament to bo held at ft. ojseph from Jan
uary 23 to Feuruary 4, close at midnight
today. O. O. Frsnclsco. president of the
Middle West Bowling association, made a
trip to St. Joseph and reports the outlook
for a successful (annulment very flatter
ing. St. Louis will be represented by twenty-two
five-men teams and will resch there
January 30 on their special train. Thy
will be iccompanled by a band ard a hunch
of boosters. Mr. Francisco hse the promise
of the 1M0 tournament for Omaha if the
local bowlers will get together and go to
8t. Joseph strong enough to make show
ing. Ft. Tsui will doubtless m.ke a bid
for the tournament, so that the localtlon
of the ' 1910 meet Is In doubt.
The chances for Omaha bowlers to win
expenses and more Is greater at St. Jo-
srnh than anv national tournamet,
Omaha can send teams there that are top
notcliers la the middle west, besides the
bowler who has never aotended a big meet
of this kind will b ablo to meet the best
bowlers west- of Chicago in competition,
Bond In your entries. Go to St. oJseph and
have a good time.
Wslrath hea high single -game for the
month In the association with S6. ,
New pins next week, three pounds snd
ounces, not three pounds and four
t ui.ces-regular tournament weight.
The new electric light on tho head pin
la an imnrrrvement and the latest In the
Olenwood. Ia.. will be here this afternoon,
The management will pick out five of the
best men. as this team Is said to be strong.
' Tho high rolls In the merry-go-round
are: First, 1,277; second. 1.250; third, 1.23S.
To raise funds to take Its delegation to
the St. .Joseph bowling tournament the
Mets bowling team will give a ball at
Crelghton hall Friday evening, January 22.
Team standing and individual averages of
the MotroDolltan Bowling team for the
P. W. I
Schroder's St. Jsmes... 42 in
Bexlln Mixers 39 '2 13
Ortman Stars.. , 89 28 IS
Chicago Liquor House.. 33 19 14
Horshelm Jewels 33 17 16
Dally News 42 17 25
Loyal Hotel Jewelers... 39 15 24
Nebraska Cycle Co 42 1 26
West Rides 36 13 24
Bungalows 39 11 28
HlDMB . ..
W. F. SchneMer.Y..
Brannell .. .
C. Haater .
laoi McLean 149
i:.l Marritt '. 141
1M I Howl. .....
164 Campbell ...
'. . Ill Hoaler
Jul Alt wood ....
P. W. L. Pet. Pins
Omalia Blcyclo Co
Birmingham Range Co.
Brodegasrd Crowns ...
Chabot Shoe Co
Drelbus Candy Co
Hussie s Acorns
Kelley . Heyden Co..,
46 34 14 .706 42.237
4 i 28 14
45 80 15
45 30 15
42 21 21
45 21 24
45 18 27
Stf 12 24
Namee oamea. Av
JM Peteraon 2
14 Katnea .
1821 Bryao ...
12 Bruake .
IK Sutton ..
Carman . . . .
Lehmana . .
Solomon h .'
P. Ntelsan .
14 17( Palmer
24 '174; Oarnandt
45 1741 Hough
! 174W. NelaoB ...
41 174 McRae
41 1741 Coder
17 1711 Lousn
37 173! Oodenachwaser
41 miOuatoTeeoa ...
4V 171 Weymueller ..
43 171 K. Patterson .
II 170( J. Neleon
46 170 O. Naleen ....
S3 1701 Raamueeeen . .
High scores thus far on the second nine
etnglee Three Games
Brunke Xo2 Carman 2
Ferrea loO Jennlnga e'6
Jennings &7 Keyt 24
Boord - Balier 117
Camp 2J4Hull ell
Gamea. Won. I.ost. pins.
Mets Bros 4i 32 ltf 37.878
Triumphs 27 12 84,458
Falstaffs 39 22 17 32.434
Chancellors 89 21 18 33.709
Jetters 42 . 20 22 36.627
Onte Cltys 42 16 2rt 86,607
Onlmods 43 14 28 85.104
Sampecks 39 10 2 32,037
Individual standing: -
Name. Oamaa. Ave. Name. Gamee. Ave.
Blakeney Z7 1M l-l OofT, W. O....30 174 13-11
Neala 41 1M Weet M 174 -l
Johnaon I ia l-l Reynold 3 173 41-41
Berger 3 Hi 1-3Rempha II 171 l-l
Caugblin 14 l-l geamon II 171 1-3
Zimmerman .. 11 13-sCogawell a 170 a-11
Heed 41 180 4-7 Oreenleaf 1 -
Olerge 42 171 1-21 Chandler 41 144 11-21
Huntlagtsa . 43 171 1- Klanck 13 17 1-1
Cochran 43 17 1-7 Sherwood ....34 let 1-1
Scott I 171 IT-lt Jnnea II lOM
I'ritecher ST 171 17-37 Weber 80 lft 1-6 .
Anderaoa U 171 11-13 Clark I Me
Denman 83 171 1-13 Mllla S l4 17-31
Kneel I 17 171 Wkttteniora ..It 14 10-38
Francatc. ' Ohmeorg 17 114
B. i 31 174 11-11 MeCague tl 1(1 lit
Dudley I 17 30-SWal rath II 13 11-14
Jordan 3 I'.l 30-37 Ooff. C. U....I3 141 13-11
Tiacy 17 1-llMulll 1o
Hartley II 171 6-3 MrKelvey ....II lii 1-1
Franclaco, Mahoaey M 16 17-24
O. o It 17 Lucas 87 11 4-1
ghumacber ...30 ITS 13-16 Van Arder....:t 11 8-11
Fru.h 31 17 le-ll sbeidon 13 U
Orrell 14 174 U -14
P. W. L. Pot.
Molonys SO 24 .800
Omaha Nationals '.'7 16 13 .boo
ITnion Pacifica 30 15 115 . 500
Bwlfta 30 15 15 .500
Drt-shers 14 1 .
Cudahya 13 17 .433
West Bides 27 11 18 .407
Signal Corps 30 10 20 .333
J. A. Lyons. ....
H. B. Uona....
.... 1I0 Cnangatreas
.... 17 Raker
...w 17 Stridor ....
.... 173 1 Perklaa ....
.... Ill Wilier ....
.... 17oj Schmidt ...
.... li Lee
.... lj Behan
.... Coleman ...
.... IH Henderaes .
.... 1(11 Blahep
.... lBomk ......
.... loai Aaderaoa .
.... 14. Nepeer
.... JM I Campbell ..
.... 1W Ham ....
SL0SS0N TALKS OF YOUNG HOPPE
Older riairr Says Oaa Gaase Oagbt to
NEW TORK, Jan. f. Referring to
Willie Hoppe'a declaration that he would
not again play a one-nicht game for a
championship, Oeorfca Blosson. . who is
matched to play George Button for the
18.1 title at Madison Square Garden Con
cert ball, January 28, says:
"I cannot understand why Hoppe should
object to one-night gamea. The young
man has won all hla victories, money and
glory In 500-point (ames and appears to
have been very successful In the in. Then
why should ha object to a system of play
in which he has been the victort Hi
beat Vlgnaii. Schaefsr, myself and
others In 600-polnt games, and there ap
pears to be every reason why ha should
continue on that basis. He Is a
youngster and baa all tha bat tar of It la
the matter of condition, no matter what
tha length of tho game. I am 14 years
of age snd I am well aware of the fact.
long game Is too much of a strsin on
me. As a mstter of fact I do not rare
to play matches at all, but In order to
help the game I am milling to sacrifice
my own preferences. Certainly a young
ster like Hoppe should be willing to do
something to help the sport."
(Continued from First Psge.)
bench might be practically worthless In the
field but the dog which is good In the field
la pretty apt to disclose his fine points to
a good Judge, even though he may bo dis
played on the bench. This wss shown at
the late show, when W. A. Plxley brought
his famous dog. Captain WhlleMone, from
Mississippi to exhibit him st the show. The
dog had been sick snd had been put
through some hard stunts In tho field In
anticipation ofhe big field trial meets to
be held later in the season. He was run
down from this hard work and had not
been prepared for the bench, but experi
enced dog men had little difficulty In see
ing tha superior points of the dog. Captain
arrived too late to be entered In the corn'
petition, but gave a special exhibition of
field. trial work on the Happy Hollow golf
links. About fifty people watched the dog
at work and ha seemed to have no limit to
his capacity to cover ground In his search
Bert Dixon and Conrad Young also took
their dogs into the fields during the show
to give them a run, and these two, over
which the judge studied quite a while be
fore deciding where to award the blue rib
bon, showed what high-class dogs could da
when put to work. Dixon's dog, James,
waa given the ribbon for being the best
sporting dog at the show, and he showed
his class. He Is a big, beautiful white
pointer who had been given plenty of work
on Dixon's ranch in Oklahoma and was in
the pink of condition to ahow, either on the
bench or In the field.
The success of the late show and the an
ticipation of the coming show has aroused
several dormant dog lovers of Omaha to
action nd they are now looking for some
dogs with which to compete for prises at
the show next year. Bill Hardin was
greatly struck with the Plxley dog and sd-
vlsed Plxley to send him to the bench show
at Chicago, saying that his superiority was
so marked that he would win at any bench
show. Fred Hamilton ia going to get into
the game and Dick Stewart will have a dog
or two for tho next show. W. H. McCord
says the directors will have to reckon with
him when they begin to award prises nex
year, as he will have some dogs which they
will have to go some to beat
Field Trial Dogs to Show Off.
Owners of hunting dogs are preparing to
give some public exhibitions of the work of
their dogs in the near future. Plxley and
Dixon and Toung have arranged to have
their dogs run some afternoon when the
weather is pleasant and the public will be
Invited to see how high-class dogs can
Alt people do not care so much for the
hunter and some prefer the watch dog or
the lap dog, or house dog, and for them
there will be an abundant display at the
next show. Charles Benson, whose dog,
Queen, won the prise as being the best
dog at the show, waa In the same class
with W. D. Foster at the poultry show.
Foster had about the smallest chicken at
the show and won the highest honor and
Benson had one of the smallest dogs at
the show and carried off the plum.
Color does not make the breed of a dog
nd the type of a settle that has made
Itself accepted as standard Is that he must
be of good sice, alert and pleasing confor
mation. Hla head must be well made and
it must be typical, of proper length, depth
and squareness of muzzle, step well pro
nounced and eyes well set; eaxs low-hung
snd not badly folded; he must not be too
heavy tit the lips nor too apple-headed In
the shape of hla skull; he must be strong
In his body fcnes; his neck must not be
short and beefy or legs too short or too
long. The legs should be In good propor
tion to the else and length of the animal;
the shoulders should be well formed, show
ing speed and giving him a large amount
of lung space; he must be strong across
the loin and have his hind legs well shaped.
and he must carry his tail nicely, just a
little above the horizontal. With other
marking up to the standard color has noth
ing to do with a dog.
TRACK PROSPECTS IN IOWA
Grlnnell and Drake Both Have Vn
asaally Good Material.
IOWA CITY. Ia., Jan. . (Speclal.)
Track prospects for this year show Grln
nell to be well to the fore on early season
"dope." Destplte the loss of Huff, the
premier Iowa college sprinter, the scarlet
and black will have a strong team- for the
At Drake Coach John I Griffith will
have his men working early in the train
ing shed and Mark Catlln has decided to
have an indoor training season at the Uni
versity of Iowa. For two seasons Catlln
has tried the experiment of doing away
with the practice In the gymnasium and
both season Iowa has had a poor team.
With Captain Stutsman as a sure point
winner in the weights, former Captain
Will Riley, eligible in the state meets In
the hslf and mile, and with a bunch ot
promising eligible material to pick his men
from, the outlook is the brightest it has
been In years here.
Stutsmsn is sure of points in the discus
and Collins, Ineligible last year, will push
htm hard. Hauard is expected to do well
in ths shot and Grubb will be relied on to
win points in the hammer throw.
Kohl Is the new find in the sprints, snd
if Banton, a speedy medical student, re
mains in school next semester Catlln will
have two men capable of running with
Turner of Grlnnell, Crossan, a fotmer Iowa
pole vaulter, is again In school and is eli
gible. Hyland,' an old West Des Moines
man. Is a corking good high jumper, a
department of field work that Iowa has
bn weak In for years.
In the hurdles the Hawkeyes will have
Simons and Hoerleln, and in the quarter
Harlon and Thomas. There is considerable
other material In school which Coach Cat
lln Is hoping will tialn indoors.
Ames has good material to construct a
track team from In Walker and Hewitt
in tha hurdles, Green in the sprints, Davis
in the half mile, 81 Lambert In the weights
and Guy Lambert in the broad Jump.
Board of Coatrol Inroraoratea.
IOWA CITY. Ia., Jan. .-(8peclal.)-For
the first time In lis histoiy the hoard
of control 'of athletics In the University
of Iowa has ben inrorpomted. The sr
ticles place tha authority and supervision
In athletics more completely In the hands
of tiie University lnads as distinguished
from the student body. The officers of
the board at present ore A. G. Kmlth,
president; L. 14. Byers, secretary; W. A.
Pry, treasurer, and O. J. Perrlne, student
QUAKE FELT AT LAKE GENEVA
Waters Rise aad Fall Two Weeks Be.
foro Moaalaa aad las Fraa
GENEVA, Switserland, Jsn. -The in
habitants of this city state thst the waters
of Lake Geneva rose and fell for two dsys
with a curious syphon like action three
weeks before the earthquake at Messina.
The same phenomena was noticed before
the San Francisco disaatar and are attrib
uted to seismic gases. -
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Violent Break in Traction
Disturbs Entire List.
FOREIGN INFLUENCES DEPRESS
Many of (he Prices for l.aat
Hear Are l.owent of Week mm4
Hallles Are Fltfal aa
NEW VllKk Jan. The. mln. ,
had to contend again today with the effect
or a vloif-nt break in one company's shares
ii miitii mere nsa netn an inordinate
sperulHtlon bawd on sssuinrd favorable de
velopments, followed by Intimations of com
N dfsapiwilntment of speculative hopes.
These were conveyed In the reports of a
heavy Rnsessmnnt Involved In the reorgan
ization of the New York trsctlon situation.
ur nirri whs seen in tlio six point break
In InterborrnilB-h V ... r,,nll t a r,
which measured tho extreme loss. No defln
iiT lnforTnln was forthcoming to gnilde
1 y . '7'."lry enccuiaiors in the stocks.
Added to this factor of rHntiirhunr-. w..
i?f.i''v'd,.Tl..th"t "m no longer
.I 'i: w"" attempted, in a con-
sldewable, number of stocks of smaller rail
road systems which have undergone re
cently a process of sjxn-ulstlve exploitation
i ... ""cu in uon or rumors or Increase In
dividend distribution. The sentimental ef
fect was bud on the whole list. Influences
irom abroad were depressing. London being
dissatisfied with Its monetary nutlnok Thi
jii iur rener on New York is expected to
i..LJT """'uTaoie outgo ot gold, compu
tations running as high as I20.mi0.000. Al
though this was coupled with trust aom
pany requirements during Jsnuary for ad
ditional cash rmimutaA .1 - ..
WOOW to meet the incresse In reserve obll-
-" vn rcDruary 1. little apprehension
m icii 01 a rise in money rates. The Influx
or funds from the domestic interior Is so
neavy as to furnish a safeguard against
I.V,i nand to ,ve' ln addition, some dls-quletlng-
suggestions of the light demand of
trade for the use of money. Bankers re
E continued quick sale of new bonds
which they are offering, snd with no sign
! .aiaji """Hem demand in that quarter
i. . o me prices touched in th
"""I """r were the lowest of the week
and rallies were fitful h
fl'lKaUnJ,re" of "early t30.000.0u0 In the
kT,.,. reported by the clearing
rniuse banks figured for only Hl.000,000 In
.1." --""'-" "i averages, in which, also,
th- expansion so far kept pace with
the cash deposits that the Increase ln sur-
iiVrUK limited to ll.TSS.eso. The heavy
J 1 of-the ca"n. Inw and the moderating
th. J, n xP"'"n assures strength for
11 fiuTrm Wrrre..e;8yi.TotaI ' Pr value,
.noSi0Ti."JrM..th c,ln "notation.
salee. High. Lew. Cloa.
Amalgamated Conner .
Am. O. A f
Am. c. A r. pfd..
American Cotton Oil...
Am. H. A l. pfd
Am. Ice Rertirltlee
Am. Linaeed oil
Am. Locomotlra pfd...
Am. 8. a B
Am. 8. a R, pfd
Am. Sugar Refining...
Am. Tobacco pfd
Anacenda Mining Co...
11.700 MS lt'4 Hi
100 44 4'
10, 700 1714
. i,a 104
I. eoo 1104
II. 109 41
if. 700 664
Atlantic Coaat Una....
Baltimore A Ohio
Bal. a Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr.....
Central lathor pfd
central .of New Jereer
Chesapeake A Ohio.....
Chicago Ot. W
Chicago A N. W
C, M. A St. P
C. C, C. A St. L
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A Bo ,
Colo. A 80. lat pfd
Colo. A 80. Id pfd
Delaware A Hudson...
Denver A Rio Qrande.
D. A R. O. pfd
Met I Her Becurltlea ..
Krle lit pfd
Krla 2d pfd
Great Northern pfd
Ot. Northern Ore ctfi.
Int. Met. pfd,.
International paper ...
flit. Paper pfd
International Pump ...
Kansas Cltr 80
K. C. 80. pfd
Loulsrlll A N
Minn. A St. L
M . St. p. A 8. 8. M-.
M., K. A T
M., K. A T. pfd
New York Central......
N. Y., O. A W
Norfolk A W
P., C. C. A 8t. L
Pressed 8 tee! Car
Pullman Palace Car....
Railway Steel spring...
Rock Island Co
Rock Island Co. pfd...
8t. L. A 8. P. M pfd..
St. Louis 8. W
147 141 14
4.100 1JV, Ut!4
V 1 1141
1 14 '4
4.100 7 J '4
10,700 1334 1.12 132
300 1113 101 101
St. U 8. W. pfd
80. Paclflo pfd...
80. Hallway pfd..
Teiaa A Pacific.
T.. Bt. U A W
T.. Bt. L A W.
I Dion Pacific ..
In Ion Pacific pfd..,
V. 8. Rubber
V. 8. Rubber lat pfd
V. 8. 8ieel
Va. -Carolina Chemical ...
Va.-Caro. Cham, pfd
Westlnghouae Electric ...
Wheeling A L. E
Am. T. A T. Co
Total sales for tha day
. 1,100 17
Boitos Stocks aad Boats.
BOSTON. Jan. . Money, csll losns.
4 per cent; time loans, 4tf4V per
Atchison ad). 4a
Atchleon R. R
Boston A Albany...
Boston A Maine ...
Boaton Klevated . . .
N. Y.. N. H. A H.
Am. Arge. them...
Am. Pneu. Tube....
Am. T. A T
Dominion I. A 8...
Mlson Klec. Illu...
Lolled 8. M
do pfd .
I'. 8. Steel
do pfd i-..
..loo Bulla Coalition .
. . Cal. A Arlsooa...
,. Cal. A Heels....
. .1:1 Copper Range ...
..1J Daly West
. ,i2Oreeoe Cananea
..178 Isle Royale
. . 84 Mass. Mining ...
. , 84 Michigan
..117 Mont. C. A C...,
,.UlGld Dominion ...
.. 1 Osceola
,. 84 Parrot
.. 114 Tamarack
.. bt Trinity '
.. (8lolted Copper ..
. . to IT. 8. Mining
..2 I'. 8. Oil
. . 43 t'lah
.. il Wolverine
.. ll4Nortk Butt
. . i
Clearlaar lloase Bask ftatemeat.
NEW YORK, Jan! . The statement of
tlie clearing house banka for the week
sliow that the banks hold t2J,892,st0 more
than the requirements of the 26 per cent
reserve rule. This Is sn Increase of ll.T2i.
660 in the proportionate caeh reserves, as
compared Willi last week. The statement
. l,3ba,34.00 e-7.2.J
Kt-serve required ..
Ex. I'. 8. deposits.
The percentage of actusl reserve of the
clearing house banks today was 27.01.
The statements of banks and trust com
panies of Greater New York not reporting
to the clearing house shows that these In
stitutions havs aggregate deposits of 11,146,
4f.eU0; total caali on hand, tniaUl.lOO, and
loana amounting to ll,06,MC,9uO.
WASHINGTON. Jan. a-Today s state
ment of the treasury balances lo the gen
ersl fund exclusive of the 1.V.ffi ( gold
reserve, shows: Available cash halntice.
Hs: M3.201: gold coin and bullion, .;J;
gold certificates, $to.3l8.S7.
ew York Moar Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. S.-MONKY-On call.
nominal. Time losns. dull and heavy: sixty
days. ltfi?' per cent; ninety days. 2ihJ
per cent; six montns. H'vl!.!1 per cent.
I'KIMf, Mr.Kt. APi l 1L.P. t'Arr.lf I"TI 1
PTMII.i.mi r.At 11 A.ur- ntcany, win
ctusl business In bankers' hills st 14 4!vf
4S for sixty-day bills snd at .7IMM.T.u
for demand; commercial bills.. i.HW N't-
BILVEU Mar. wvt; Mexican dollar.
HONDS Government, steady; railroad.
The following were ir.e closing quotations
on bonds yesterday:
V. S. rer. Is, r....l3 Int. Met. 4s...
J a. MNfMIII
1M L. A N. unl. e 1"0.
t. 8. 3a. rag
V. 8. 4s. res
Am, Tsbecce is..,
Atchlaoa gen. 4a.,
de adj. 4a
de t. 4.
... 14 Man. e. g. 4 w
...1004 Mew. Central 4s "4
...111 4o lwt'tnr N',
...IPS Minn, a St 1,. 4s 4
... T1 M , K. A T. 4s t't
...1014 do St M
...l0s N. R. R. of M. c. 4s
... II N. Y. C. g. !, i
...IM4N. J. C g. la 1.1
...ltT No. Pacific 4a IK.'H
do r. la
Atlantic O. L. la.... 4 do S 7
Sal. A Ohio 4 W4 N. A W. -. 4a Mi
I Ha 4 O. 8. L rMg. 4s tt
Brk. R. T. c. 4a..... M Pens. rv. JVta HIS... M14
Central of Oa. to lottt do foe. 4s 1041
de let lac 7 Reading gen. 4s lis)
de Id Inc 10 Rep. of Cuba. a 10:1
do 3d Ine St. L A 1. M. c 6s..lll4
f-fcea. A Ohio 44S...10 St. LAB. F. fg. 4a. U14
Chicago A A. le.. 7t St. 1. S. W. e. 4s.... 714
c, B. a tj. s. 4s Fiw seanoara A. L,. is
C, R. I. A P. 4.... 74 o. Paclfle 4s
do eel. ta D do 1st 4a
do rtdg. 4a l4 8o. Railway ta
CCC. A St. L. s, 4a.. 7Teiee A P. la
Colo. Ind. la imt, St. L W. 4s.. Ituj
Colo. Mid. 114. Unlo Paclflo 4s ln:s
Colo. A so. 4a MU do cv. 4a
Del. A H. ct. 4a..
d. a r. a. 4
Erie p. I. 4s
do sen. 4e
Hock. Vsl. 4..,
do M aeiiea
1024 U. 8. Steel Id 6s
st Wabash la
MttWeetem Md. 4a
71 W. A L K. 4a
103 Wis. Central 4a
1 N. T.. N. H. M.
. 4 cv. a ctfa I14
, KUk Shore 4 1131... K4
Loadoa Stock Market.
LONDON. Jsn. . American securities
were Irregular on the stock exchsnge here
todsy, the forecast of a good bank state
ment in New York being offset by the gold
shipments to Psrls. The fluctuations were
lower and mostly narrow and the market
London closing stock quotations:
USM-, K. A T.
Baltimore A Ohio.,
. WN. Y. Central.
. J0Norfolk A W..
.10 do pfd
.UOntarlo A W..
.181 Rand Mines ..
. 18 Reading
Canadian Paclfle . . .
Chicago O. W
1 Southern Ry...
Chi., Mil. A St. P. ..153 do pfd.
Da Beer llSSouthern Paclflo
Denver A Rio O lUnlon Pacific...
do pfd 13 do pfd
Erie 31 C. 8. Steel
do lat pfd 10 do pfd
da Id pfd 40 W abash
Orand Trunk 'II do pfd
Illinois central 160 Spanish 4a
Louisville A Nfth...l3IHAmal. Coooer....
SILVER Bar, steady at af4d per ounce.
MONEY lihlH per cent.
The rate of dlacount ln the open market
for short billa is 2'424 per cent; for three
months' bills, 22 7-1 per cent.
OMAHA, Jan. 9. Bank clearings for . to
dsy were $2,8t3.0S8.63 and for the correspond
ing day last year $1,835,781 .72.
t J-7W.8l4.4H $ 2.1M.M2 71
1.911. f70. 81
Totals .14.lfi,227.74 $11,984,630.10
Increase over the corresponding week last
New York Mlalasj Stocks.
NOW TORK, Jan. . Closing quotations
on mining stocks:
Alio V Letdvllle Con.
I Little Cbtet 7
Com. Tunnel stock... 24 Mexican
Cob. Cel. A Va...
. 1 Ontario 826
B Ophir )o
70 Standard 110
110 Yellow Jacket 70
WAIVER RULE IS ANNOUNCED
Wo Waiver to Be Asked for Minor
I.eagoe Players Before De
CINCINNATI. O.. Jan. 9.-The Natlonsl
Base Ball commission has Issued a notice to
all major lesgue clubs regarding a change
In the time at which waivers csn be asked
on purchased players, as decided upon lest
Monday at the meeting of the commission
in this city.
"In the future no waivers shall be asked
by any major league club for purchased
minor league players previous to December
1 following such purchase, except where the
player purchased is for Immediate use and
joins the purchasing club and has been
under contract for at least ten dsys and
participated in at least one game with such
club. "When a msjor league club asks for
a waiver to a purchased minor league
player the president of the lesgue contain
ing such club shall Immediately notify by
wire the president of the opposite lesgue
thereof and the president of the opposite
league shall bo requlrd within three days
either to waive claim to such player or
negotiate for his services with the particu
Isr club ln his league desiring the same;
the claim, however, of any club in the
league seeking the' waiver to have prece
dence over the claim of any club In the
(Continued from First Page.)
tling presented to us. He came along and
no one could beat him. The Russian bo
came our ideal; we have made a tin god
of him and we cannot understand his be
ing defeated. But against his strength ths
American uses this ring craft and his
brain. This cyclone style Is new to 'Hack'
and he will not pick it up. 'Hack' was
two stones heavier than Gotch when they
met. But the American wore him down
until their strength was equal and then
no vigorously attacked. You can even see
it . on tha film. 'Hack' is not a brave
wrestlsr and he cannot accept defeat. The
Russian could not reasonably complain of
tho toe hold; it waa within the rules.
"The Russian is a crafty wrestler, but
the American Is full of brsln. I havs never
known a mora speedy or persevering wres
tler. He reminds me of Jack Carkeek, the
father of modern wrestling."
Gotch Not Vlcloos.
"Is Crotch a vicious wrestler?"
"Oh, no. That la a wrong Impression one
may get of the man from his style. I have
wrestled him and ought to know more
about It than the people ahouting in the
goda. He la not a vicious wrestler. You
could not get him vexed. He is not such
a cruel wrestler as Madrall. You know
his styles and you must know that he
"I slapped him on the shoulder after the
match because I knew he was a great man
who had fairly beaten me. I felt very sorry
when the crowd yelled, for Bheffleld after
all has a big reputation as a sporting city.
Best quality of all kinds. We
guarantee 1. 000 pounds to the ton.
All coal is weighed on city scales.'
City scale ticket follows. We offer
coal at our retail department at
io a basket.
CITY SCALE COAL CO.
414 Sforta lth an.
VeL VeTlu 1BTS-
' lad. a-l7
That one is responsible for the Jny
of many thousands of soles of many
thousands of people must, to eay the
leant, be a very satlsfsitory reflec
tion, snd tho fMCt that one Is st the
head of a business that arhleves these
results, fully warrants these pleas
ing meditations. Tho wise citizen
will attest to tlm romfort Involved
In being well shod, well clothed,
well fed, and well groomed, snd will
be eqmilly emphatlo In his tMclnra
tlnn of how these comforts may be
enhanced by seeking the solace of an
lOc Price lGc
Oat it At All Dealsra
C. M . SCIIWARZ V CO.
McCORD- BRADY CO.
$35 Suits to Order for $20
$50 Suits to Order for $30
$40 Suits to Order for $25
snd a similar reduction on all
This sale reduces onr stock,
keeps our workmen busy
and brings us hundreds of
Me" Guarantee a Perfect Fit
Near 16th & FarnamSts.
ard other dreg habits are positively eared by
HABITIN.. For owpodermlo or Internal Baa.
Sample sent to any drag habitue by !('
anall. Regular price n.00 per bottle ail a TCS
roar druggie or by mall la (Isla wrapper.
Mall Orders Filled By
BAYDKN BROS- OMAKa, KEB.
Broiler Buff ot
nd KANSAS CITY
9.00 A. M.
PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM SLEEPERS
At 11.15 P. M.
Train held till midnight Saturday fog
theatre patrooa. t
CITt TICKET OFFICE. 1423 Fsnw St
f. T, COD f MY, F. ssrf T. A.
Find them every day
by watching th an.
nouncementa la THE
BEE'S Want A4 Gal
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