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4 *fcV *!?% t , Cordaroy Pants Men's $2.00 Corduroy Pants SS ' . $1.28 Men's $2.50 Corduroy Pants, e?c- tra heavy and serv- f 4 O A iceable, go for v t a O V Men's $8.od Ctyrduroy Pants, all shades, black, blue ti*n A A brown, go"for".... nP S a a S V Men's $3.50 Corduroy - Pants, lined throughout, G^O Q A go for .^.9AiOU s Hats 79c Men's $1.50^ Hats, good d shapes and reliable! materiaIIS, l go for. Men's $2.00 Hats in different shades and- nobby ffij 4 9ft shapes, gp for. Men's $3.00 Hats, and newest color ings, go for $1.68 Men's $3.50 Hats, of high grade qualities and newest shapes in derbies and feO Oft Alpines, goat ^*mmdmB Men's $4.00 Hats, in the newest fall styles and shades, in Alpine and derbies, (fit 9 ft ft go for Men's $5.00 grades and colorui_ and derbies, go for Hats of superior newest blocks and colorings , in Alpinefl*A A O HEN'S STYLISH SUITS. Men's $5 Fancy Cassimere Suits, all well made and very service- *X'.goio* $2.00 Men's $7.50 iot Suits, new elegantly &8?.fMpatterns, .. Men's $10 Suits in fine all-wool, fabrics, new patterns and tt^W foron.in Men's $13.50 Suits in fine worst- * eds and cheviot, tailored to perfection, go |fc'"X "7 R* for . ,.*.*,*. '9iifw Men's $12.00 Suits in hig .class Velour Cassimeres, macje*i up in the very latest &ft ft ft fashions, go for.. -S|HUrV SPORTS. TURNERS' GOO D GETAWAY Champions'Hake Clean Sweep in 3?irst Bowling Match With Tuxedo Team. The Turner team, twice pfennant win ners In the Minneapolis Bowling League, opened the season last even ing by taking three straight from the Tuxedos at the Co-operative alleys. Buehler got high score and, high aver age. Except in the second game the scores were very low. Men's $15 Suits of fine imported Worsted Cheviots in & Q ^&ft exclusive patterns . VW"WU Men's $18 Suits, made of pure all worsteds, superbly hand tailored all-woo l Seotch Chev- CMeantl WILL RINGER G O FREE? Turfman Farley Will Contend That the Law Cannot Protect Gam bling on Horses. *a u * If. Ellerman & Sons are Retiring from the Retell Business and the Entire Stock of 3300,000 Worth of New Fail anti Winter Clothing, Hats and Furnishings Will he Sold at Less Than Half Price. Crowds ofone day send crowds the next and so on, the daily crowds increase. /The values are wonderful, the prices are cut to pieces. New, fresh and stylish Suits, Overcoats, Trousers, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Shirts, Neckwear, Suspenders, Hosiery, Hand- kerchiefs and everything for men's and boys' wear will be sold at less than actual cost to manufacture. . The prices are 50 to 75 per cent below any house in the city. ~ It's worth the trouble of coming. It means a big saving for you. The prices area fraction of actual value. Buy now for future needs. Half saved O n everything you buy here. sipYourself Hen's Overcoats Men's $7.50 Overcoats in new style coverts, short box, new shades and nicely made, go for. Men's $12 Overcoats, made of jail wool thibetsand coverts, cut in all the latest styles- A4 OfcA and well made, for. ty *9 a *P V Men's $13.50 Overcoats, in a great variety of new styles and fabrics, tailored to perfec- d"T 7 R tion, go for M* M m M 99 Men's $15 Overcoats in fine cov ert, vicuna and thibet, black and other new shades, O A O A go for ^5liOU Men's $18 Overcoats, latest blocks y $11.40 Men's $20 Suits, e garments, superb worsted cheviots in a great variety o artisti patterns. !niy.e.wm.gof01fexquisitc :and . $12.60 ng !:.go.....$5.88 Men's $25 Suits, made 'of supreme quality, pure all fancy worsteds in new and original designs./M Men's $28 Suits, made o g"ro"ghoutmaterialsf6 : $16 $13.80 Detroit, Oct. 9.The examination of Ed E. Farley, the Chicago horseman on the charge of bringing" the mare Aimless as Sarah iJlack at the Grosse Pomte running meeting June 16th, was begun in Justice Lemke's court here yesterday. The prosecution created something of a sensation by introducing two let ters to Billy O'Hara of Cincinnati, signed Ed E Parley, that it was stated, were seized by the Cincinnati police during a raid on the O'Hara turf spec ulation syndicate offices in that city. In March, 1902, it was stated that a mare had been secured that could go three quarters of a mile in 1 13% and that looked like Sarah Black, that Sarah Black had been put out of the way and that tins mare could be ent ered as Sarah Black at the ftaby track and a big killing be made at the ex pense of Bookmakers Weller and O'Leary. TURNER. Buehler 209 1860 Mueller 141 105 McNaught .*.. . 161 193180 Huge 140 1563 Fast . , 191 2041 18 15 F 20 1S Totals ......... 842 934872 TUXEDO Parker 157 Nichols 172 Brown 101 , Hughes 187 Bandblom 18Q In the Greater Minneapolis league f^L the St. Anthonys took the odd gam from the K. C. team at the latter's al leys. To-night's game will be 'be- tween the Nicollets and Baldwins at Baldwin's alleys. 181 2 3 164 2-3 178 166 1 3 182 ieo 2Q2 167 175 20 5 190 Totals .. 174 188 129 2-3 179 171 2 3 ( ...797 908- - m , The seconaX d letter from Little Rock stated t the mare was sick with ST ANTHONY Keeley . 169 Armitftge 153 Stoudt . Cowan . 139 Ecklund *. ....146 Armstrong 185 3 - 1 1thatii ^ ll w uld be impossible to ship hex for some time. Both letters contained injunctions to the receiver to be sure and destroy them. From the questions asked by Far- ley's- attorney the impression was cre ated that in the upper court, if Farley is held for trial, an attempt will.be made to show that gambling on horse races is contrary to the law of the stake and hence not entitled to, pro tection. * Jockey Romanelli testified that he rode the mare June 1,6 and that there was nothing suspicious about the race. Justice Lemke then held Farley for trial in the recorder's court, and fixed the bail at $2,S00, which Farley did not He was committed to jail. 166 136 171 141 178 , 15ff ^ 771 Total* ....792 Kv Q. , Bonsteel 168 Armstrong ..........*..,,....146. Conway 132 McRowley 193 Carter .,^.^.v.. W6- Total* 785 8*3- ~802furnish, *l know it is a sjn J*or me to sit and grin ^ - - * ' At him herei - But the old three-cornered hat "T And the breeches and all that .. ' Are o qjueer."1 i} No thing so dresses a man as a hat that has style. *,, . * ^ * * rGORDONjiatshave style. - ^ -- 173 147 194 157 842 168 136 171 188 t*H 175 186 144 13S 159 Oliver Wendell Holm*. NO thing - provokes ridicule sg4urelya Wn, out-of-d^*?.., piece ^of hat gear ^#FP ,* , GORDON hats cost $^ and their quality is $5 full value. - : GORDON excellence - in every hat sold under : the name of GORDON. Miss Adair beat Miss Curtis, 1 up Mrs. C P Stout, Essex beat Miss K. Harleyi Fall River, 3 up, 1 tp play, Mrs. R. H. ^ Barlow beat Miss A P. McNeeley, 6 up, tft 4 to play Miss G. Bishop beat Miss Osgood, 1 up. "m KEN'S FALL AND 500 dozen men's fancy ribbed, me dium weight Underwear, Oftffe regular 50c values, go at. mm IPt $1.50 men's plaited half laundered Dress Shirts... mad4of- e fine imported fabrics and tail ored iShthe of the pres- .Wnheight$ \... 11.0 tforn Men's $25 Overcoats, made of the very finest materials produced, tailored most ex-fl 51 ft ft clusively, go for S * - * * - * * %W 250 dozen Men's Fancy Hose, 20c values, go at $1.50 Flannel Night Robes cut very full and long. 50c Men's Madras Shirtstwo col lars, one pair of cuffs, all sizes , Men's 10c linen' finish Hand kerchiefs, fancy or plain.... Men's $1.50 all wool Underwear in 20 different shades, all weights 50c Men's fancy Suspend ers, lisle thread, leather ends 25c Men's Fancy Half Hose, tans, browns and fancy mix- 4 dfe 1 ^% tures I2li Men's 25c Fancy Suspenders, strong and serviceable 25c Men's Shield and Band Bows in silk, exclusive neckwear 4^^ styles umm%M 15c Men's grey mixed Half Hose 7 c Men's $1.50 all-wool Sweat- ^ ft *% ers, fancy or plain colors.. - u u 80c 75c men's Leather Work- "HCS** ing Gloves, lined or unlined Collars, all Oft Men's 15c Linen shapes and sizes. 15-cent Celluloid Men's Collars Men's 75c Jersey Over shirts, solid or fancy colors Men's 75c Outing Flannel Night Robes. Men's $5 Fancy Vests in silks, wors teds and velvets, late &ft M a*a 6c 38c 38c Flannel patterns, at. $1.50 Men's Blue all wool Shirts... 75c Madras Shirts, soft style, fast colors, perfect fitting J. L. Lynch, J. L. Dickinson, Geo. E. Crist, Andrew fl. Nordstrom, Jno F. Nicholson, for many years associated with the retail clothing firms of this city, are now with this firm, where they will be pleased to meet all former friends and customers. After May 1, 1904, at Nicollett^ Avenue and Third btreet, in business for themselves. th.e4 very finest imported , well tail- or stiff **fe~*kfe 1^!*****.. Air .4* bit*. BOSTO N WINS ANOTHE R Pennant Winners Are Tied in Their Series for the Cham- pionship, Pittsburg, Oct. 9 That the enthu siasm in the world's baseball cham pionship series has not abated to any extent was shown when another large attendance turned out to witness the third home game, although high west winds made it rather uncomfortable for the spectators. Boston won, 6 to 3. Leever and Dineen did the pitching and each allowed ten hits. The bat ting and base running of Beaumont and the fielding of Parent were features. The visitors scored three runs in the third on Leach's wjld throw to first, a base on balls and singles by Dineen, Collins and Stahl. In the fifth they added two more on Stahl's triple, Par ent getting first by being hit with a pitched ball. Ferris' single, and Wag ner's wild throw to the plate. Their hist run came in the seventh After Freeman had struck out, Parent hit to the ropes for three bases, and scored on Lachance's double to left. Pittsburg was unable to bunch its hits until the seventh inning, when Se bring and Phelps both made 'hits. Leever's out at first advanced them one base, and both scored on Beau mont's fine single to center. Clarke's two-bagger to left scored Be/aumont. Leach went out on a fly to left. Dineen then sent "Wagner and Brausfield to first on balls, filling the bases, but Ritchey was unable to bring them in, going out Parent to Farris, retiring the side. Attendance, 11,556. Score. Pittsburg Bumont cf . Clarke If . . Leach 3b . Wnguer ss. Brnsfleld lb Ritchey 2b ^ebring jrf . Phelps c ... * Leever p ... GOLF Philadelphia, Oct 9 The second roupd of match play in the invitation golf tour ney, given by Mrs C A Griscom at the Merlon Cricket club, was concluded here yester-day under some of the most adverse weather 'condition ever experienced during a golf tourney The best match of the day was between Miss Rhona Adair, the British champion, and Miss Margaret Curtis of Boston. ? * . On the home green the players* were- all square. Playing the extra hole Miss Adair had all the advantage, but lucky putt by Mias Curtis'enabled the latter'fo make a half. The twentieth decided the match. Miss Curtis reached the bunker with her second stroke and took two to get oft, faking eight for the hole The Britisher holed out In five, equaling bogie. Mrs C T Stout formerlv Miss Gene vieve Hecker, was pitted against Miss YK. Harley of Fall River. Both went out in 46, and but for a three at the seventh, at which Mrs. Stout rimmed the cup with her second, and another at the eighth, tho long 4b0-yard hole, she would have been down. At the fourteenth thev were again square, but the J901-02 champion taking the next three holes, two- of them in bogie, won the match. ' ^' The following are summaries: * ? J? UPTON'S 1AGHT TROPHY Atlantic Club Will Be Custodian of the Cup for Ocean Going Yachts. h. New York, Oct. 9.It has been de cided that the Atlantic Yacht club shall be custodian of the $2,500 cup which Sir Thomas Lipton has offered for an ocean race from Sandy Hook lightship to the Needles, in May next. The cup will be a challenge trophy and Sir Thomas hopes that it will be come an international prize of promi nence. He has been assured by dis tinguished yachtsmen that it will be raced for by famous ocean-going boats. The Atlantic Yacht club will give three additional cups, one of the value of $500 to the first yacht finishing, one of $300 to go to the second yacht and still another of $200 to go to the third boat. The restrictions of the race will be few. Each yacht will take its own time at the finish and all allowance will be barred. Sir Thomas believes that the Ger man emperor may send his Meteor over for the race and that the Ameri can yachts probably will take part in the Dover,-Heligoland contest and others at Kiel. It is believed that the king of England also will be inter ested in the contest. P 4 4 2 2 0 1 0 2 1 11 0 1 2 2 1 8 0 0 Totals . 10 27 12 3 Totals 10 27 11 1 Pittsburg . ...00000080 03 Boston . .... 00302010 06 Earned runs, Tittsburg 2 Boston 3, two bas* hits, Clarke Lachance, three base hits Stahl Parent, stolep bases, Beaumont 2, Clarke, Leach Stnhl, double plays, Ritchey^ Wagner and Brans field, Parent and Lachance, first on balls, off Leevei 2, off Dineen 3, hit by pitched ball, Pa rent, struck out, by Leever 2, by Dineen 3, time, 2 02, umpires, O'Day and Connolly. PittsbuKg, Pa., Oct. 9.After the game to-day the Boston and Pittsburg clubs will leave* for Boston, where the concluding games will be played be ginning Monday next. This is in ac cordance with an entered Into byl the captainsagreement of both teams pre - vious to the first game. At Chicago R H E National . . . 20010000 03 12 1 American . ...01210005 *9 1* 2 BatteriesTaylor and Kling, White and Sulli van. At St Louto R H E National ..00(0 0 3 0 0 0^3 7 6 American .... 26102100 012, IT 2 BatteriesSanders and Ryan, Powell and Sng dent. Jgjlc r J w WINTER 86 HARNESS HORSES Lexington, Ky , Oct 9 Sadie Mac, E E Smathers' recent purchase, won the historic Kentucky Futurity for 3-year- olds, purse $14,000, with ease and without apparent effort, in three straight heats, going the last mile in S-12%, which is two seconds short of the record made by Fere no three years ago The Tessess.ee, 2 08 pace, purse $3,000 (one heat paced Monday) * _ . - v Boston 01oherty,l . 0 Collins 3b. 2 Stahl cf 1 Freeman rf. 0 Paient ss 0 Lachance lb 1 0 Ferris 2b 0 Criger c . 0 Dineen p Nervola, b h. by Col ifort (Htfd- " , son) . . * 1 1 2 1 Major C, br h (Cox) . .4214 King Direct, blk h (Geers) ..... 3 4 3 2 Tom Keene, th g (Spears) ... 2 3 4 3 Surfreet, Miss Williamont, Dick Wilson and Doia Del'iha also started Time2 08%, 2 09, 210, 2 09%. 2 07 class trotting, purse /$1,500 (one heat trotted M ednesday) John M, blk b by Paris, (Fleming) 1 1 Cascade, br g (Wall) 2 2 Lizzie H b m (Smith) . 8 3 Mary Anna, b m (Snow) . ,.. 4 4 Jessie S and Bald Hoinet also started. Time2 11, 2 11^4- Kentucky futuiity, 3-year-olds purse $14,000 Sadie Mac, b m, by Peter the Great (A McDonald) . . . .111 Baron Gale, br c (Chandler) . , . .4 2 2 Katherine A, b f (Thomas) 2 7 3 Lizzie A, ro t (Cox) 8 8 4 Mary Gage, Emily Letcher, Delight Ethel's Pride, Diadem and Sporty also started. Time2 15, 2 15%, 2 12%. 2 21 class trotting purse, $1000 Bessie Brown, b m. by Wiggins (Thomt.6) 1 .1 1 Baron Wedgewood, ro h (Stimson).... 2 8 2 Bessie Birchwood, ch m (J. Curry).. .3 2 3 Lucky Jim, br g (Thompson) . . 5 4*6 Claymont, Ax Delight, Allen W, Redwood, Fine Edge, Alexander Campbell and Begat Byron also startedi __ , - Time2 17, 2 15%. 2 13%. Aff The futurity for 2 year-olds, f5,000? - i * Grace Bond, b f, by Bondbman (Miller) ...1 1 JeBsie Benyon ro f (BenyonV 6 2 Alta Axworthy, ch f (A. Tjiomas) .... 2 4 Bequeath, b f (Marvin) . 5 8 The Hermit, California Cresceus and Alice Edgar also started Time2 17%, 2 19. . ' At Cfefelan^ R H E Cleveland 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 *5 6 3 Cincinnati ....-.... 0102000 03 5 6 BatteriesDonahue and Abbott, Suthoff and Peita. * r *r " ' , 5 f f VERT SCARCE. , %J % , - ** * ^ Philadelphia Press i F * Citlman1 ^ ondel who originated that old saving "Too many cooks spoil the broth." SubbubsI give it ui, but 1*11 bet he never kept house in the suburbs. CitlmanWhy net? SubbubsBecause it would never occur to him * - that there could possibly, be such a thins as "too many cooks.'' ' ^^i^ HERGHTT.|^| 35c Boston Garters, in lisle or silk 78c 3o $1.00 Men's fancy Fall Shirts, stand ard makes, half laundered or laun dered styles, all sizes, BA all cuts, at mlrC 50c men's extra strong black Drill Shirts $1.50 men's heavy ribbed Union Suits $1.00 men's laundered White Shirts, all styles, complete* sizes, Rftj% 8c $3.50 men's California Flannel, fast color shirts, nothing 0*4 O&l better made, for .... M - a * * 1ft'i *' 1 * / r i "TWO PICTURES AT ONCE." MAP, London A well known landscape painter was busy "dashing is" the colors o? a sunset The tints weie hurriedly convee from tube to palette, and front palette to canvas, for the artist was anxious to catch the effect A rustic standing by observed the operation for a little while, and then remarked "Ah you be a-painting two pictures at once That's clever " He paused a moment and then blurted out" " I like that picture bestthe one you've got your thumb through " H This sketch was .made by Lester McMillan, aged 12, Horace Mann School, Minneapolis. We give a qash prize of $5.00 for any drawing of this character which we accept and use. All school children can compete. Full instructions will be fouQd on inside of each package of Egg-0-See telling what to do to get the prize and how to make the drawings. Grocers almost universally report the sale of Egg-O-See larger than that of all other Flaked Wheat Foods combined. There is a reason for this: the consumer finds that it is same weight package that ordinarily retails for 15 cents, and thai the quality is much superior, and vhat it / * ^ ,,. Retails at 10 Cents - . The largest food mill in the world, and with all labor saving devices enables us to produce a superior product of full weight at this lower price. ^If ASK YOUR SROOER FOR THE GREEN PACKAGE. If your jrdcer does not keep it, send us his name and 10 cents and , : we will send you a package, prepaid. Aodress all communications to Ega-O-See, Quincy, I1L t g.^| Washington Star. "So vou bought your husband a stop watch?" "Yes/' answered young Mrs. Torkins.^J "How did it woik/' _ M% "Peifectly lovely," was the answer. "Charlie took It to the races vita him, and he savs that every horse he was Interested in stopped before it got into the home stretch. HEARD OF. 18c 50c Natural Wool Hose, all colors , $2.50 Men's Fine Underwear, great est values ever given at , 300 dozen men's wool fleeced 75c underwear ! 50c Men's fine Silk Neckwear, all shapes, exclusive patterns, 4 fl|f *ttW' Boys' Fall Furnish ings and Hats. 50c Boys' Shirts go for 25c 75c Boys' Shirts go for 38c 35c Boys' Underwear go for. 18c 75c Boys' Underwear go for.39c 50c Boys' Suspenders go for. 18c 25c Boys' Suspenders go for 9 c 15c Boys' Suspenders go for. .5c 20c Boys' Black Stockings for. 8 c 15c Boys' Silk Neckwear 7 c 25c Boys' Silk Neckwear 10c 35c Boys' Silk Neckwear.... 15c 75c Boys'K.E.& Moth ers' Friend Shirt Waist $1 Boys' K. E. & Moth ers' Friend Shixt Waist Boys9 A $6 00 Long Pant Suits for It is a pleasant story that Dr Gillespie, the present modeiator of the Church of Scotland, tells of how he was nonplussed the other day by a ragged urchin with whom he got into conversation. He said "My boy, who looks after you?" "Nabuddy " was the quick reply "Where is your fathei ?" "He's deid " "Have you a mother'" "She's deid tae " "Have you not a sister, then?" "I niver had yin " "But suiely you have a brother'" "Yes, but he's at Glasga' college |liyv 111 B IllfcfaV the School Children off America School Children's Competitive Advertising Contest Hen's Craveneftes Men's $15.00 Cravenettes in the newest shades and made of good serviceable ma- & Q Sift terials, go for vvillU Men's $20Cravenettes of elegant materials and cut in the latest styles, go for Men's $22.50 Cravenettes of ex ceptional grades and elegantly tailored, ^ 4 JB CI C go for N* - HraOIf Gaps. 50c Boys' Caps 18c 75c Boys' Caps 38c $1 Boys' Caps 58c $3 00 Blouse Suits go for. $3 30 Blouse Suits go for. $7 60 Blouse Suits go for. $10 00 Blouse Suits go for $1 50 Pouble-breasted Suits go for . $2 00 Double-breasted Suits go for. . $2 50 Double-breasted Suits go for . . $3 00 Double-breasted Suits go for. S3 50 Double-breasted Suits go for. . $4 00 Double-breasted Suits go for. . $5 00 Double-breasted Suits go for $6 00 Double-breasted Suits go for. $7 00 Double-breasted Suits go for $7.50 Double-breasted Suits go for. $12.60 Hen' s Pants Men's $1.50 lrmade:.eo.Pants, 68c-strongaextr Men's $2.00 Pants, of good and reliable material, ti* 4 Oft go for 9IifcO Men's $2.50 Pants, well made and perfect fitting, fl*fl A ffifr Men's $3.00 Pants, suitable for daily or dress wear, fi*4 ft ft go lor *91aOlF Men's $3.50 Pants, in new striped designs, in fancy &) 9ft worsteds, go for 33c Hats. 69c Boys' Hats. 39c $1 Boys' Hats 48c $1.50 Boys' Hats 78c $2.00 Boys' Hats $1.28 Boys9 $3.90 4.15 4.90 dt-iiS-^L^^&i^M^^^^^^S&i N'IU I Men's $4.00 Pants, in fancy wor steds and cheviots,fit9 JB fk go for %UsSa*frW Men's $6.00 Pants, the very best qualities, elegantly tailored, f o or Boys' SniIs $3.80-fabesuprem $3.3 0 Men's $7.00 Pants, g,?:.g 0 aiid CHILDREN'S Overcoats CHILDREN'S $1. 28 1.48 .. 1.80 . 2.2 0 2.90 3.30 3.90 .. 4.4 0 . 5.8 5 . .9 0 .. 1.28 .. 1.48 .. 1.80 .. 2.2 0 .. 2.4 0 2.90 3.30 3.90 . 4.40 BOYS' $1.48 .. 1.80 . 2.40 . 3.3 8 .. 3.6 5 . 4.3 5 4.90 .. 6.8 5 SCHOOL . S2.40 2.90 . 3.65 . 4.3 5 . 4.6 5 .. 4.9 0 58 50 Overcoats go for YOUN9 MEN'S $8 50 Overcoats go for $10 00 Overcoats go for . . $12.00 Overcoats go for , $13 50 Overcoats go for HIS FAMILY. London Daily News "Tfee U W (TctrfqTn K * qroceir^ Qrutj'ojour house s~ one da He asKeol mu ivhatjt would be . $3.65 .. 4.9 0 .. 5.2 0 .. 5.8 5 .. 6.9 0 . 7.75 .. 9.3 0 . 11.40 time from his studies to look after you a bif " "No, sir, for he was boin wi' twa heids, and they keep him in a bottle " "Well cannot he spare some doing time long ago " DOING TIMK Kansas Citj Journal "There goes old Skinner He is beginning to look aged1* ' Yeshe is older in years and older in sin All his life he has been doing others, and now is even trying to do Father Time " "If he had had his deserts he would have been off $5.00 each to be given to N o 100 3 mother?