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The Boy who wants his clothes to fit
The Mother who wants them to look well and
wear well
, The Father who wants them to cost but little,.
Can Be Satisfied Here.
Boys' Suits, $5.00 to $15.00.
Boys' School Pants, 25c to $1.00.
Boys' Cotton Hose, per pair, 8c.
Children's Suits, $2.50 to $8.00.
Complete lines of Boys' Hats and Furnishings.
415 to 419 Nicollet Ave.
Women Contest for the Champion-
shipMiss Moulton Hakes
a Record.
In the women's golf tournament at the
Mtnikahda club, out of thirty players, six
teen have qualified, eight for the cham
pionship and eight for the consolation cup
Miss Kate Moulton made a score of 97, the
woman's record for the course, thereby
winning a handsome portfolio. Miss
Helen Kenney's score was 101 Tho^e
who ha\e qualified for the championship
Misses Susanne Fletcher, Kate Moulton,
Helen Kenney, N. E Jordan, Florence
Harrison, J. P Conelly, Mrs Henry J.
Moreton, Miss Fannie Heffelflnger.
Those for the consolation
Mmes. W. S Nott, R. E Hawkins,
Misses Jane McDonald, M L Foss, Cath
erine Modisette, J E Shaw, W S. Hill,
Mrs "W. D Washburn.
The semifinals and finals remain to be
played. The finals In both contests will
be played Saturday.
While the Oxford and Cambridge teams
| of golfers did not out much of a figure in
the medal play scratch event yesterday
morning at Southampton, N. Y., only four
of them showing in the first dozen who
finished, and only seven of the eleven re
turning cards out of the twenty-seven in,
they got in their fine work in the after
noon and won the team match by 8 to 3
A new record of 71 was made by Bev
eridge and equaled by Walter J Travis
who also won the play-off of the tie of
the morning with F. J O. Alsop for the
R H. Williams cup.
The result of the team play follows*
Low beat MacDonald by 3 and 2, T M
Hunter beat Conklin by 3 and 2, Alsop
I beat Bramston by 5 and 4, Travis beat N
F Hunter by 5 and 4 Ellis beat Jennings
by 2 and 1, Beveridge beat Reinhart by 4
and 3, Murdock beat Leathart by 2 and 1,
Ranson beat Campbell by 1 up, Barne
beat Winston by 2 and 1, Allison beat
Emmlt by 3 and 2, Day beat Baker by 4
The Wisconsin national guardsmen have reels
tered theli second backdown from a competitive
contest with the Minnesota marksmen Adjutant
|GenPial Libbey was yesterda notified of the
withdrawal of Wi4consln from the Interstate rifle
Altho cold and threatening weather prevailed
a large crowd of spectators -were or +he range at
i Fort Sheridan, 111 jesterdav to see the second
ida-t's shooting In the contest between the cavnlrv
'and infantrj The marksmen weie handicapped
bv a strong wind which blew diagonally across
the range from the lake Comment was made
ithat a large percentage of the winning com
petitors had blue or grav eyes This was held
to verify the assertion of scientiststhat blue
'or gray eves are stronger and keener than
others Ordnance Sergeant Packet, however, has
brown eyes and still maintains the lead.
Zalusky Is Moving T7p.
Jack Zalusky, the Minneapolis baseball player
who for the past season has been catching In the
Pacific Northwest League, has secured his re
jlease and will Join tie New York American
League team this week Zalusky left Minne
apolis for Chicago last night, and from the lat
'ter place will go direct to New York.
10-30 a. m., 5:15 p. m., 10:00 p. m.
Is the time Brie through trains are sched
uled to leave Dearborn station, Chicago,
for Columbus, Akron, Youngstown, Chau
tauqua Lake, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, El
mira, Blnghamton, Albany, Boston, New
York and points east For further infor
mation apply to H. B. Smith, Traveling
Passenger Agent, Erie Railroad, St. Paul,
They'ra Ju6t Out.
| The stylish, Fall Dunlap Hat Barnaby's
You Need a Vacation.
Why not take it now? Go on the per
sonally conduoted excursion to the Yel
lowstone National Park on Sept. 3d It is,
without exception, the grandest trip in the
world See G F. McNeill, City Passenger
and Ticket Agent, Northern Pacific Rail
way, at Minneapolis for full particulars.
Don't Lose a Meal
, Through dyspepsia and Indigestion. Take
("Electric Bitters. They cure Stomach trou
bles or no pay. Only 50c.
They're Just Out.
f j
I The stylish, Fall Dunlap Hat. Barnaby's.
Yellowstone National Park.
i A week among the grand mountains
iend canyons of the Yellowstone Park will
I put new life In you. Reserve your berths
at once on the special excursion Sept 3d
In charge of Mr. G F McNeill, City Tick
et Agent of the Northern Pacific railway
at Minneapolis. Tickets $85, covers all
necessary expense of the entire trip.
t- % -
f i.
New York and Return, $25.06
Boston and Return, - $33. OO
Portland and Return, $3S.50
Montreal and Return, $25.00
y f{Ailw4Y
The prospects for a v*, Inning team at
South High are very bright this year
Of the old men who do not return, the
loss of Hughes at center will probably be
the heaviest. Hughes was a star center
foi two years With Hughes go Swenny
Bang, the right end, and Ernest Stover,
left half-back. All the other men of last
year's squad will return this year, to
gether with Allison and Murphy, two of
the fastest football players of Litchfield,
who are going to attend South High
Henry Burg has already written that he
will be on hand and he is going to try
for his position at guard South Side
will have theh last year guards in line
again, as Jorgens is going to finish high
school this year I. Peter Ostand and
Johnson, together with Moore and Hjelm,
-will try for the tackle positions The
ends who will contest for positions are
Chestnut, Myrick, Sanborn and Berg.
The quarter-back Is going to have a
hard time of it this year, but, neverthe
less, there will be the same contest for
this position as in the others "Doc"
Laws, Kersten, Harris and DeVeau try
ing, while the contest for backs will lie
between Harry Capron, George Capron,
Hoover, L Stover and Mundel Arthur
Larson and Anderson will try for center,
and any of these men would give a great
deal of strength
Besides the men already mentioned,
others who intend to try out are Ure,
Rule Havers tock, Wingreene, Barlln,
Honlstrom, Keg, McWaters, Lofgren,
Heddy, Fosseen, Sjolem and Ostlund.
The team begins practice Monday, Aug
31, under the direction of Charles Myrich,
captain Orders for training have already
been issued
The schedule of games includes games
with the high schools of Minneapolis, St
Paul and Stillwater, and with the Indian
apolis training school of Indiana and
with the team of Ashland, Wis The
team will play its first game about
Sept 20.
With the track so muddy next to the pole
that racing had to be done in the outside
of the course, the second daj s program of the
grand circuit meeting at Readville was decided
before a large ciowd The principal attraction
was the $5,000 Norfolk stake for pacers eligible
to the 2 24 class last spring
"Nick" Hubiuger 6 " blind stallion, Elastic
Pointer, brothei of Star Pointer, was made fa
vorite and won the first heat The talent got
a bad scare in the second heat, when Jack
Curry made a rousing finish with Pan Michael
nipping out Pointer right at the^wire Elastic
Pointer came back gamelj, however, taking the
two following heats handily
The Norfolk, 2 24 class pacing, purse $5,000,
best three in five
Clastic Pointei b h (Hussey) ... 1 2 1 1
Pan Michael ch h (Curij ) .4128
Trilby Direct, blk m (Walker) ..2 3 4 2
Page Hal, b h Geers) . . .. 5 4 3 4
Mary Anna, b s (Snow) ..( ( . 8 5 5 IO
Time2 11&, * Hy4, 2 18H, 2 13%
2 12 class trotting, purse $1,500, best two in
Belle Kuser, b in (Hudson) 2 1 1
Promise, blk g (Andiews) ....1 3 2
Van Zandt, b m (Deveieaux) 7 2 3
LUl Bars, b m (Pierce) . ... 3 4 6
Anna Held, Dainty Daffo, Dick Berry, Robl
zola and Silver Glow also started.
Time2 13, 2 13%, 2 13%
2 10 class trotting, purse $J.,000, best two in
McKinley, b g (Boone) 7 1 1
Jim Ferry, g g (Franks) 1 6 7
Nell Gwynne gr m (Kelly) 8 2 4
Wentworth, blk g (Spear) 4 4 2
The Roman, Palm Leaf, Wllque and A. J. D
also started
Time2 13'^, 2 12%, 2 18
2 11 class pacing, purse $1,000 best two in
Frank Yoakum, b g (C. Dobie) l l
King Direct, blk h (Geers) 2 2
Onota, b m. (A McDonald) 3 5
Diablito, b g (Walker) 6 3
Boh Ebony Ring, Jessie S. and Clay Moss
also started. *
Time2 09,%, 2 09&. -
Home Visitors' Excursions.
The North-Western Line will sell round
trip tickets to points in Ohio a\id Indiana
on Sept 1, 8, 15. and Oct 1 at fare and
one-third for round trip with limit of
thirty days for return. For rates, etc,
call at 600 Nicolfet avenue, Minneapolis.
If you had taken two of Carter's Little
Liver Pills before retiring you would not
have had that coated tongu.e or bad taste
in the mouth this morning Keep a vial
with you for occasional use
Neenah YachtWins the Third Cham-
- - pionship Eace in Class A
South High School Secures Former
University Quarterback for
This Fall.
The South Side High School Athletic
association has secured the seivices of
Gilmore Dobie as coach of the football
squad Mr. Dobie showed his ability as
a coach by turning out a wonderful sec
ond team at the university last year
Highlander of Excelsior Finishes
Seventh, Nearly Twelve Min
utes Behind the Winner.
Oshkosh, Wis., Aug. 27.Yesterday was
Oshkosh day at the regatta and fully 20,-
000 spectators witnessed the Neenah
yacht Alberta win the third championship
race, defeating Comet II. by seven min
utes and the Kayoshka by ten minutes.
Venture, representing Oconomowoc Lake
and sailed by r W. Buchanan, defeated
Pluto, after a sensational race, by three
The start was made under favorable
conditions. Seeress got over at the 2.30
gun fire, and Kite, Calumet, Aderyn, Pats,
Highlander, Alberta, Comet II, Moki,
Kayoshka, Mavis, Creole, Apache, Peshti
go went over the line in the order given.
The first leg was a beat. Al' erta led
Aderyn two minutes at the turn, with
Seeress, Pats, Kayoshka and Comet turn
ing as given. On the reach to the second
mark Alberta held her lead Pats drew
up to Aderyn and jibed around the mark
two seconds behind her rival Comet
passed Kayoshka and Seeress and round
ed fourth, with the Oshkosh boat nine
seconds behind. At the finish of the first
round, Alberta led, with Moki five min
utes behind. Pats, Aderyn and Comet
rounded a few seconds after Moki Al
berta Increased her lead and Comet, by
good work, got second position at the
mark. Pats rounded thirty seconds be
hind Comet, Aderyn, Kayoshka, Seeress
and Moki trailing. The remainder of the
race the leading boats held their posi
tions and finished as indicated.
The leading boats in the championship
races are Comet, with 278 2-10 points,
Kayoshka, 257 1-10, and Alberta, 257 2-10.
The race was sailed in a twelve-mile
southeast breeze and the starts were at
The Chief of Healers.
Old Sores, Ulpers, Piles, Fistula, and like
stubborn maladies, soon yield to Buck
len's Arnica Salve, or no pay, 25c
On Sale Aug. 25, 26, 27,
28, 29.
For further particulars apply to / t
* General Agent, .
Cor. Fifth Street and Nicollet Avenue
"Millers Easily Lose the Second Game
' of the Series to
at Oshkosh^ ^
913 W Twenty-fifth Street. Pickerel 33
Inches Long, 7]/2 Pounds. Caught at
British Player Easily Defeats W. J.
Clothier in the Tennis Finals
at Newport.
H L Doherty, the English lawn tennis
champion yesterday defeated W J Cloth
ier of Philadelphia in the finals of the
national tournament at Newport, 6-3, -6-2,
Doherty now challenges W A Lamed,
the American champion, whom he meets
in a match for the title to-day.
The victory was an easy one for the
English player, who was much more
steady, tho at times' less brilliant than his
opponent The American player made
many costly faults and tho he showed
better all-ionnd form than he has recently
he Ii not at any time come within reach
of victory.
More expert players were matched
agaitvat each ottie* in the tennis tccurrta.
ment at Milwaukee vesterday for the
championship of Wisconsin and the con
tests were marked by better playing than
on the first two days of the tournament.
The best game was the one between
Lamed and Roche, the Chicago cracks.
Roche Anally won in two straight sets.
Roche's victory makes him the first
player to get into the semi-final round.
SingleLightner beat Mayhew 6-3, 6 3.
Forestall beat Karpen 6-1, 6 1
I.arned won from Chester by default.
Roche beat Laird 6-8 6-2
Thorndyke beat Spence 6-2, 6 2.
Hunt beat Gehr 6-0. 6-2 **
Helmhobs beat ClarkeBon 6-1. 1-6, 6-1.
T Greene beat Thorndvke, 2 6, 6 2, 6-8. *
Piggott and Wllktns drew a bje ,
Ttoche beat Lamed 7-5, 6-4 * *^r"
Doubles McMlnn and Green beat Piggott and Wilkins
6-24. 6-0.
Hunt and Helmholz beat Coffin and Laird, 6-1,
Green and Safford beat Collins and Henry 6-1,
Forestall and Remington beat Boerner and
Munster 6-0, 6-1. ,
Roche and Larned beat Bently and Kaipen by
default. , _
Gebr and North beat Wiester and Boerner 6-2,
Mavhew and Thorndyke beat Patton and Dan
born 6-8, 6-3.
Only Three More Are Needed to
Break the Eecord for Straight
For Llpton up. ,.
Chicago, Aug 27.The first of the se
ries of three races for the Sir Thomas Lip
ton cup will be sailed on Lake Michigan
to-day over a triangular course, two miles
to a leg, and twice around Seven twenty
one-footers are entered to compete for the
trophy, which was presented to the Co
lumbia Yacht club by Sir Thomas on his
visit to Chicago two years ago
Columbus, Aug. 27.The millers con
tinue their triumphant march toward the
championship in the crustacean class yes
terday, dropping the second one to the
senators. As Toledo followed suit, how
ever, the margin between the two teams
is still the same.
Manager Yeager put in Dick Williams,
one of his most reliable losers, and Dick
cinched the game for the senators in the
first three rounds. After that Yeager put
in Converse, the Minneapolis amateur, in
order to save Williams, because he has to
lose other games before cinching last
place. Converse let the locals down with
two hits after the third, and showed great
nerve in tight places. With the game
cinched, the millers let up in the ninth
and scored four runs, which did not affect
the result.
President Johnston says that he has
nearly decided what to do with his team
He is favorably considering an offer to
establish them as an artificial ice plant.
They have created such a frost in Minne
apolis that Ed thinks they will be a suc
cess In this field Another proposition
which appeals to the miller president is
made by a medical college, which wants
some dead ones for dissecting purposes.
Yesterday's score.
Arndt if . 2
Gleason, rf 0
Smith lb . 2
Ravmer 2b. 2
Bannon cf .1
Cllngman 88 1
Turner 3b . 0 1 O
Fox c 0 6 0
Wagner p . 1 0 2
0 D
Yacht and Club Round Tinish.
Alberta, Neenah 3 45 30 4 51 58
Comet II , Milwaukee 3 50 50 4 59 31
Pats. Chicago 3 50 52 5 0103
Ivaj oshka, Oshkosh 3 53 49 5 02 "A!
SeerebS, White Bear 8 51 22 5 02 36
Adei vn, Tine Lake 3 50 57 5 03 15
Highlander, Excelsior 3 52 10 5.03 17
Peshtigo, Geneva 3 52 32 5 06 40
Moki, Nodaway 3 50 50 5 00 42
Kite, Oconomowoc 8 54 29 5 07 06
Calumet, Pewaukee 8 53 44 5 07 10
Mavis, Pistake 3 51 53 5 13 28
Cicole, Fond du Lac 3 57 29 5.14 .)
Apache, Fox Lake 4 00 16 5 18 46
Class B
Venture, Oconomowoc ..., 3 57 21 5 15 30
Pluto, White Bear 4 02 55 5 18 45
Argo Council Bluffs 4 03 10 5 29 36
Reliance, Pine Lake 4 02 48 5 30 10
Flying Fox, Tox Lake 4 05 07 5 31 47
Nokomis Geneva 4 05*12 5 36 02
Columbia (started but did ndt
finish) Totals .. 8 27 If a!
Emphatic Qwd Attracting Values
Powerful Inducements That Spur the Baying Impulse.
Sweeping clearance quick and absolute of all that
season's choicest merchandise at prices that are
the objective point for all economically inclined.
The mightiest, most astounding suit values
evor offered, garments of highest type, cut and
make, fabrics of this season's fashion, sizes
for everybody. Choose from several thousand
suits for dress or business wear, medium and
fall weights, worth and sold regularly at
$22.00, $20.00, $18.00, $16.00, $15.00,
$14.00 and $12.00 for
Pants must go, and go they will tomorrowWhat yet remains of men's fine trousers in
tweeds, cheviots, fancy worsteds, homespuns, etc., light and medium weights, all sizes,
regular $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4 and $4.50 values, including odd pants out /- 4 O P *
of suits worth to $15.00. Grandest assortment, peerless values, to *j^ I J \ C
clean up the lot pick 'em out at, choice %|7 M. tUt/
$8.75 far men's watershed fall weight rain coats in Oxford cheviots /J% Q ,ma - -
and tan colored whip cords, embodying all the kinks of swelldom. ^ f% J "H
Worth $15.00, for a flyer tomorrow, choice %|7 KJ - M %J
Mpls. h
Sullivan cf. .1
Maloney rf. 1
Oyler ss 2
Mclntyre 8b 3
Lally If ...0
Yeager c ..2
Spooner lb 0 18
Martin 2b ..0 3
Williams p.,0 0
Converse p 0 0
McDonald .1 0
Total* .. 9 27 12 4
Toledo h p a e
Bernard ct 1 5 0 0
Bl'knshlp If 1 0 0 0
Owens If ... 0 1 0 0
Smith rf .
Intensely Interesting Sale of School Clothes
Totals ..10 24 18 7
Batted for Converse in ninth
Columbus 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 *8
Minneapolis ... 00010000 45
Stolen bases, Bannon, Turner, Cllngman, two
base bits, Arndt, Cllngman, Wagner, double
play* Cllngman to Raymer to Smith, hits off
Williams 6, off Converse 3, struck out bv Wag
ner 5, by Converse 1, bases on balls, off Wagner
3, off Converse 3, hit by pitched ball, by Wag
ner 2, passed ball, Yeager. Time, 1 48 Um
pire Cunningham.
St Paul h
Geier 3b ..00
Shannon cf. 0 1
Jackson rf . 1 3
Childs 2b .
Kleinow c.
Schaub 3b .
Turner lb
Ball ss ..
McGUI p ..
Totals .. .12 27 11 2
St Paul 0 8 8 1 0 0 2 0 110
Toledo 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 X
Two base hits, Blankenshlp, Kleinow, Alle
mang, home runs, Flournoy, Turner, stolen
bases, Geler, Jackson, Owens, Wheeler, sacrifice
bits. Shannon, McGlll left on bases, Toledo 7,
8t Paul 8 double play, Hugglns t Schaefer to
Wheeler, bases on balls1,
off McGllo l 4, off Alle -
mang 5, struck out, byiMcGill 2, by Allemang 6,
time, 2'05, umpire, Mullane, attendance, 400.
Kerwln rf 2
Hart If . 1
Brashear 2b 1
Odwell cf 0
Sullivan 3b 0
Schriver lb 1
White c 1
Quinlan ss
h p a e
d l
0 0 Durham cf
Hill cf
Bohannon p 0
Totals S 27 11 2
h p a e
8 0
6 0
A 6
0 0
Mllw kee h p
Schlafley 2b 1 1
Donahue lb 1 11
Wood c .14
Unglaub 8b 1 0
Ganley rf 0 2
Dunleavy lf.l 1
Hemphill cf 1 1
Vlos ss .. 0 8
Meredith p. 2 1
Totals . 7*26 10 2* Totals .. 8J24 18 1
*Ganley out on bunt strikes
JNone out when winning run was made.
Indianapolis ...0 0010000 23
Milwaukee 00002000 02
Bases on balls, off Newlin 3, off Meredith 1,
struck out, by Newlin 6, bv Meredith 4 hit by
pitched ball, by Newlin 1, two base hit, Ho
grlever three base hits, Fox, Meredith, home
run Fox, sacrifice double plays, Marcan to
Kihm, Fox to Kihm, Hogrlever to Kihm 2, Viox
to Donahue, stolen base. Meredith, passed ball,
Woodruff, left on based, Indianapolis 4 Milwau
kee 5 Umpire, Haskell Time, 1 37. At
tendance, 1,700
How They Stand.
St Paul 112 *
Mllw aukce 108
Louisville 110
Indianapolis .... 110
Kansas City 108 j,
Columbus 113
Minneapolis .... 112
Toledo 113
Won. Lost. Pet
76 . 36 679
66 42 .611
64 46 .580
59 51 .636
54 54 .500
46 67 .447
41 71 366
37 70 .327
Minneapolis at Columbus.
St Paul at Toledo
Milwaukee at Indianapolis
Louisville at Kansas City.
New National Agreement Is Drawn Up
for Approval.
Buffalo, Aug. 27.The baseball confer
ence between representatives of the Na
tional and American leagues and the Na
tional Association of Professional Baseball
Leagues (which means the minor leagues)
ended last night The representatives of
the major leagues drew up an agreement
which the minor leagues will have fifteen
days to consider It is signed by Presi
dent Pulham of the National league and
President Johnson of the American league.
The major leagues agree to keep their
circuits as at present, except that a
change may be made by consent of two
thirds of the clubs of both leagues The
minor leagues agree not to invade big
feague territory
Ajiother section defines the rights of mi
nor leagues to their players as follows
"The right of a minor league to its p'ay
ers shall be absolute, except that from
Aug. 15 to Oct. 15 of each year major
league clubs shall have the privilege of
selecting players from national assocla
tion clubs for the following season upon
payment of $750 for each p'ayer so se
lected from clubs In Class A leagues, $500
for each plae so selected from clubs In
Class B leagues, 1300 for each player so
selected from clubs in Class C leagues,
and $200 for each player so selected from
clubs in Class D leagues, and $200 for each
player so selected from clubs of a lower
class, the payments to be made to the
secretary of the commission as follows
Thirty-three and one-third per cent of the
amount when the selection is made 33 1-3
per cent on April 15 following, 33 1-8 per
cent on May following, the player to re
vert to the club from which he was se
lected if the seleceting club defaults in
any of the payments, the player also to
revert to the club from which he was
selected If when released he is not signed
within ten days by a clu.b of a major
James A. Hart of Chicago'said to-night
that the big leagues had conceded practi-
for boys* high-grade, 2-piece, double-breasted suits, embroidered sailor collar
Norfolk suits, Peter Thompson suits and sailor suits, 3 to 15 years, in serges,
cheviots, tweeds and Scotch woolens, $6, $5, $4 and $3 /|% 4 g^ mm
values, bunched in one grand lot on separate tables for easy picking, ^ I \ J ^
all must go without reserve remember first choice means much, pick %[- M. 1X1/
Royal Brand Boys' Suits *****
Strictly pure wctol, in 2-piece double-breast
ed and Norfolk styles, 50 different patterns,
staunch materials, perfect fitters, sizes 6 to
16, worth $4.50, tomorrow J') n e
your pick for Ji.yj
p a e
. 2 3
. 1 2
. 0 4
. 2 11
. 0 0
. 0 1
0 Of Senater ss . 0 1
Hugglns 2b. 4 4
Ilournoy If. 2 2
Wheeler lb. 2 11
SUlllvan c 1 6
Allemang p 2 0
For boys' school
Knee Pants, ages 3
to 16, worth 50c, ex
cellent val., 25c.
For juvenile Shirts
worth 50c, rich
colorings, to clean
up, at l9c.
For boys' Jersey
Sweaters,worth 50c,
in sizes 4, 6 and 8
only, to clean up
the lot, pick them out at 15c.
ForK. &E. Waists,
worth $1.00 also
Blouses in broken
sizes, to close out
the lot, choice 50c.
For Boys' Muslin
- ^ Night Shirts, full
^VC cut, all sizes, fancy
trimmed, for a
Gear rf
Nance ^2b
Grady o
FrantB lb
Knoll If .
Rothfnss 3b 0
Lewee m .. 2
AlloWajfr p .' 0
Totals . 6 24 10 8
Louisville 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 *6
Kansas City .. .0000010 12
Two-base hit, Hart
k three-base hit0 , Brashear
bases on balls, off Bohannon 5, struck out bv
Bohannon 4, by Alloway 1, hit by pitched ball,
Kerwln, Schriver Grady, wild pitch) Bohannon,
double plajis, Quinlan to Brashear to Schriver 2,
Qululun to Schriver, Lewee to Nance to Fr*ntz,
left on bases, Louisville 3, Kansas City 8 time,
1 43- umpire, Foreman ^
Ind'apoll. h p
Kihm lb ..0 9 0 0
Fox 2b 3 2
Hogrlever rf 1 2
Woodruff c .1
Coulter cf
O'Brien If
Marcan ss
Tamsett 3b
Newlin p .
6 0
2 0
3 0
3 V
rouser tomorrow, choice 29c.
For Boys' arid Chil
dren's School Caps
and Tams, finest
cloths, silk lined,
for quick selling, worth 50c,
choice 23c.
For Boys' School
Hats, Fedoras and
Crushers, in blues,
blacks and browns.
Special for tomorrow, 39c.
For Boys' early fall
ribbed Underwear-
worth 50c, fine body
fitting, choice 25c.
For Men's shop caps,
worth 10c, black
or white, all sizes,
choice tomorrow, 3c.
c^lly every demand of the minor leagues
and that the little fellows would have ab
solute control of their internal affairs
President Farrel of the New York State
league, who acted as spokesman for the
minor leagues, would not discuss the pos
sibility of adopting the agreement.
* Games To-day.
At Detroit R H B
Detroit .... 00080001 *1 7 5
Chicago 00100011 03 10 3
BatteriesBuelow, Skopec and Mullin Slat
tery and Patterson.
At Philadelphia R H E
Boston 10000010 13 R 0
Philadelphia . 00O00000 00 5 2
BatteriesCriger and Dineen, Schreck and
At Cleveland R H B
Cleveland 00801508 *12 1, 3
St Louis . 8100000004 6 4
Batterles^Bemis and Moore, Sugden and
Pelty. ' At New York R H B
New York 10000000 01 6 3
Washington .20000000 02 C 0
BatteriesSeville and Tannehill, Kittredge
and Dunkie.
AmericaTv Standing*.
Played Won Lost Pet
Boston 108 6 81) .039
Cleveland 108 61 47 .565
Philadelphia 110 60 50 .545
Detroit 107 54 53 .505
New York 104 52 52 .600
St Louis 106 49 57 .462
Chicago 110 50 60 .455
Washington 107 85 72 .327
Gaines To-day.
Chicago at Detroit
St. Louis at Cleveland.
Boston at Philadelphia
Washington at New York. ,
At Brooklyn R H B
Brookh-n 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 *5 8 3
Philadelphia 000,00008 05 S 2
BatteriesRltter and Garvin Zimmer and
Boston 10000500 6 18 4
New York 6 0000000 05 7 1
BatteriesMoran and Williams Warner, Ma
thewson and Taylor.
where, pick
for 35c.
few blacks, worth to $1.50, all
go tomorrow at 50c.
&* f\t Case, 22 an 24h in.,
$Jy *5U|
ritteburg 100 72
Chicago 109 65
New York .110 65
Cincinnati 107 TO
Biooklyn 108 54
Boston 104 45
St Louis Ill 3S
Philadelphia 101 S3
:am Sessions and Slette were both in great
and Fargo never had a look at anv stage
First Or me R H K
Fargo 10000000 01 5 4
Grand Forks . ..0 1050000 06 6 3
BatteriesLynch and Bontnroni, Sessions and
Second Game R H E
Fargo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 2 6
Grand Forks .. .10010400 06 8 1
BatteriesFoulks and Bonthrom Slette and
Mullane. '
R '
is left of the present
possible only here,
l' Royal Brand Boys'Long Pant Suits
Best ever produced for wear single or
double-breasted styles, ages 14 to 20 years
new-shaped fronts and shoul- dj C , Q ff
ders, worth $8.50, at choice.. *J/Oi V 3
t For men's laund-
^F- J ered white Shirts,
j T'Jw j sizes 17 to 19 for ex
tra size men, now's
your chance, $1.00 values for 45c.
I 25c
For Golf Shirts
worth to $1.00, com
prising broken
sizes, odd lots and
fronts, great snap,
them, tomor-
some silk
don't overlook
row, 25c. - For extra'size stiff
bosom Shirts, sizes
17 to 19, worth
$1.50, have 2 pair
cuffs, another snap for extra size
men, to close out the lot, choice
For shield Bows,
made from 50c and
75c silks, in pre
dominating shapes,
for furious selling, choice 8c,
For boys' School
mf\ Shoes, in vici kid
tj\) and satin calf,
heavy or light
English welt, best for
soles school wear, choice $1.50.
For Boys' 10c plain
white and fancy
border Handker-
chiefs, tomorrow
For Men's Half
A'Jl/lftK Hose, worth to 50c,
I in embroidered and
* lace effects blues,
black, etc., in lisles and
cottons. Clearance
price 12c
For men's Under-
-j g wear, in lisles and
Ot)C French balbriggan,
- plain and fancy
colors, stripes, lace effects and
rib garments, worth up to SI. 25,
all merged into one lot for quick
clearance, at 35c.
For men's hem
stitched Handker-
chiefs, worth 10c,
pick them out to
morrow for 4c.
For men's Jersey
striped Sweaters,
worth 50c, to dis
pose of the lot
quick, choice 25c.
For men's black
drill work Shirts,
you all know what
they are, 50c every
'em out tomorrow,
For men's Garters,
Boston and Flexo
styles, you all know
the usual price is
25c, here tomorrow, 7c.
For barbers' white
drill Jackets, with
colored collars and
cuffs, including a
National Standings.
Played Won Lost. Pet
37 44
45 49 54 59 73 68
n leather,d wit ex -
cellent quality
brass trimming, full size, special
to-morrow $2.50.
For Collar Buttons
that won't tarnish,
have celluloid back,
10 cents everywhere,
here at 3c.
For men's Suit
For Men's pure Fur
Hats, soft and stiff,
in blacks and col
ors, suitable for im
mediate and fall wear, pre
dominating shanes represented
great snap, choice $1.00.
542 500
342 372
Manager Runce, of the Minneapolis baseball
club will be umpire The game will be called
at 3 p m
The Minneapolis Threshing Machine company
baseball team, of Hopkins, would like to arrang*
a game for next Sunday with some team from,
the city. Address B. W. Jeppesen, Hopkins,
The E J Hollanders say they were defeated
Sunday by a "baby trick" on the part of the
manager of the Palace Junior team, who was
told Saturdav evening that two certain playera
ware going to plaj in Sunday's game, that he
made no objections to them until the Hollanders
arrived at the grounds at Sandy Lake, when heB
said that if the Hollanders played these men
he would take his team home, that the Hol
landers then picked up a boy who had never
caught befoie and tried to plaj They would
like another game with the Palace Juniors, to
be played at Thirty ninth street and Bryant ave
,nue, for from $5 to $25 on their first open date.
The Hollanders would like to have a game with
some fast team for Sunday Address Arthur
Chestnut, 2t E Twent\ sixth street.
The Fairviews challenge the Harrison & Smith
team for another game for a purse of $50, th
game to be plajed on anv grounds of the city.
Address Mark Rognas, 2017 Washington avenue
N, tit%
The Fairviews deny that the Great Western*
have ben unable to secure a game with them,
but sav the G W s were defeated once by the
score of 19 to 8 Ma\ 31 The Fairviews want
a game with the Wilmots for Sundaj. Mark
Rognas 2017 Washington avenue N
'lhe Gophers defeated the Shaw Plumbing
companj team Sunday, by a score of 21 to 5.
For games with the winners, address Erneet An
derson ~SLO Ivrtox avenue " N
The Montana Diamonds defeated the Deere &"
Webber team by the score of 15 to 4 For
games with the winners telephone H W Swee
uej, care of Currier &, Ballentlne
Games To-day.
New York at Boston
Brookbn at Philadelphia
Chicago at Cincinnati
St. Louis at Pittsburg.
GrookBton Minn, Vug 27 The locals did
things to the Suieriorites again yestfrda\, but
bv a much smaller margin than in either of the
predfcdhig gan.es of the seiies Thf visitors led
off by making three in the first Crookston tied
the score in the third and made one in the
fourth Superior tied the score lu the seventh
and there was nothing more doing in the ay
of scoring until in the eleventh, when Ed
wards made a long drive over the fence and
scored Bryette The game was fast and very
interesting The visitors batted Tieemau. for
the locals, with ease. Twisters of Hule for the
visitors, were harder to find The score *
Crcokston . . 0031000 0 0 0 15
Superior . 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0i
BatteriesFreeman and Edwards Hule and
How ard
Fargo N. D , Aug 27.Fargo was cleailv out
classed by Grand torks yesterdav afternoon and
loHt tno aranes by the same score The locals
fmade one run in the first Inning of the first
game and one in the last inning of the last
Carey's Magnesia Cement roofing,
The most durable, economical and prac
tical fire-proof roofing made W. S. Nottj
Company. Both 'phones. 876.
u . 1
Western League.
Kansas City 6, Milwaukee 4. "
Denver 6, Omaha 2
Colorado Springs 4, Des Moines 1.
At BostonFirst G*me: ^j-S?
*.* * ^
Apes vs. Blue Labels, Javas vs Palace, is
the double bill for Minnehaha park Sunday after
The Minneapolis Steel and Machinery com
pany's team will play" the Minneapolis & St.
Louis team nevt Saturday afternoon, at Minne
haha ball park, to decide the \ehainpionshlp of
the Commercial League and for a purse of $23.
Ford and Flahertv will do the battery work for
the Minneapolis Steel and Machinery company's
team, while Hein and Cougdon will do the same
for the Minneapolis & St. Louis bojs. Business
r - A^cmfi*^. *i*
Second Game V "-dgS^V? R H B
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 110*02 7 4
New York 0 00000011 18 7 2
BitterieiMoran and* Carney Bowerman and
30HEMIAN Pure, Pale and SparfcHng. Bottled
Only at the Brewery in St Louis.
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