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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30. 1909.
4- AND 5-INCH Closing Out Out PLAIN, COLORED I % ■ LINGERIE DRESSES AND SILK RIBBON I AND JUMPER SUITS j 10c THE YARD li* vlf it AT BIG VALUES ANOTHER BIG CUT. See the big bargains in Ladies’ and Children’s shoes and oxfords at 95c pair. Another lot of Children’s shoes and slippers —big values at 65c pair. Ladies’ White Canvas Oxfords at one-half former price. Printed Susine and Grecian Silks, Special at 39c yd. embroidery The Fra sen- Brown-Swi re cut prices FOR CORSET COVERS Dry Goods Co. IN OUR special at | THir ir a ii millinery 25c THE YARD X XXIL 1* /mOXXIvFXm j DEPARTMENT The Greig Mercantile Co. ARE adding new teas and coffees, and solicit a trial ORDER WE ARE TRYING TO BUILD UP A BUSINESS ON MERIT AND VALUE, AND INVITE YOUR INVESTIGATIONS. Phone Jet. 301 GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO FRANK R. CROCKER ...Formerly... S. W. MOODY JEWELRY CO. Invest your spare money in DIAMONDS ALWAYS AVAILABLE AS READY CASH. CONSTANTLY INCREASING IN VALUE. Our Diamond StocK HAS NEVER BEFORE BEEN APPROACHED IN THIS CITY IN QUANTITY OR QUALITY Jewelry Watch House THIS TITLE WE HAVE WELL EARNED BY OUR SPLENDID LINES OF WATCHES AND JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. FRANK R. CROCKER Mesa County National Bank GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO The Oldest and Leading Bank of Mesa County Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $130,000.00 ORSON ADAMS, President. W. P. ELA, Vice Pret W R GRAHAM, Cashier. DAN T. HILL, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS:- W. P. Els Orson Adams A. R. Sampliner H. R. Bull E. A. Wadsworth W. T Gotten Wm .A. Marsh Jas. H. Smith W. H. Bannister ACCOUNTS OF OECHARDIST* AND STOCKMEN SOLICITED The Pioneer Boiler and Iron Works TANKS MADE TO ORDER. Steel Stairways, Fire Escapes. R* ■airs of all Kinds. Machinery Soofhl and Sold. Shop 814 and 816 8. Fifth Street. Black 3295. lust shipped 2,000 feet of flume to Frulta. Gan furnish you with any amount of it on short notice. —J. H. Lane. Let us see you about that new buggy or surrrey.—Fred Mantey. Rings Dyspepsia Tablets R ELI EV E INDIGESTION AND STOMACH troubles KRAFT A EMERSON. The Quist Drug Co. Ngals Peroxide Tan Cream for Sunburns Freckles and Tan. TRY IT—2sc THE QUIST Drug Company Come in and let us hand you some cash. We will rebate you 30 per cent on many things: 30 per cent on everything.—Crown Furniture Co., 330 to 340 Mala. THE DAILY SENTINEL, GRAND JUNCTION. COLORADO. IA. : "* it* BIGGEST SERIES EVER PLAYED IN CITY (Continued from First Page.) age of the team. Brugge, the clever short stop, played a star game this year for Deliver University during the college season and was easily one of their best men. Hogan and Cherry, their other eollege men are from Colorado College and were members of this year’s championship team. Both are good stick men. Glenwood undoubtedly lias the best lineup they ever had but with all this they haven’t any license to beat Grand Junction. Toner is the best independent pitcher in the state and » many who would have been inclined to dispute this statement at the first of the season are beginning to see it in a true light succeeding his remark able performances during the past string of games which have resulted in giving Grand Junction a record of ,| l G won out of 17 games. Toner’s worth comes not only from his arm work but his splendid fielding of scratch hits and bunts, and his bat ting. As a stick man he has hardly ’three superiors on the .Junction lineup Goldsworthy’s work is too well known to need elaboration. He is always a consistent player, he never plays the star game and never was known to play a poor game. His head work is probably the best of any man on the team and ever since he j has played in a Grand Junction uni form he has headed the batting list. There is nothing quite so satisfying to the Grand Junction fans as to see Goldy come up to bat In a close game with a man on third. As a catcher his only drawback is his whip to sec ond which is much better at the pres ent time than at the first of the sea- • SOI). Mooreheud is another valuable man not only from his reliable field ing but from his ability to hit. He has had more home runs since his | engagement with Grand Junction than any other man on the squad and yet he doesn't have to be classed as a slugger for bis batting is steady. Sweet on first is a good man but his best position is behind the bat. He came here from (’ripple Creek, where he played this poistion on the cham pion Cripple Creek state league team. This is enough recommendation of his back-stup ability. Joe Connors in left field has made more sensa tion field plays and hard and suc cessful trys than any other man who has played this season with or against Grand Junction. Dukette on second was a good find. He has all of the dependability of Weybreight, the last year’s second sacker and had him shaded for batting. In the last game with the Star-Journals he hit three times out of four times up. He also has good head work and keeps the team In good humor and ‘‘pep.’’ Shorty McNeil, on third, from the first won a home with -the Grand Junction fans and he is by all odds the best third base man Grand Junc tion ever had and bo far this season has had It over any man he has ever ; played against. Dow's best asset is his base running. He is sure of a fly In right field but is somewhat : below the average in the batting box but if he ever gets on a base, look out, for he is going to score. Seldom < a game goes by that he don’t get a stolen base or two. The ninth man of (he team this 1 year. who has done as much as any other to win for Grand Junction her laurels is Lawrence, the infallible and heady shortstop. On two differ ent occasions this year It has been his good work with the bat which has i won the game. He is one of the speediest players in the West. , Spomberg, the new pitcher, has i played but a few games with Grand Junction, suffering from a sprained ) ankle received at Deßeque. He has g a fine reputation, however, and was tried out by the Chicago Nationals. Mozingo, the school teacher, while not in the c-laAs with Toner or Spom berg. has done excellent work for - Junction and at a pinch is a mighty valuable man to have. it is hard to predict the outcome of the coming series but it is a cinch that they will rank as the best base ball Grand Junction fans ever wit nessed. . NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing of the (’lull. Clubs Won. Lost. P C. Pittsburg . . .... 44 14 .759 Chicago 37 31 .638 New York 32 32 .593 Cincinnati 30 29 .508 Philadelphia 27 30 .4 7 4 St. Louis 24 34 ill Brooklyn 20 37 .351 Boston 15 4 2 .263 Results of Yesterday’s Games. J Pittsburg. 8; Chicago. 1. New York. 4: Brooklyn. 2. Philadelphia. 4 : Boston. 3. j Cin< innati-St. Louis. no game scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Standing of the Clnh. Clubs. Won. Ix>st. P C. [Detroit 4 3 20 .6 S 3 I Boston 3 4 25 .576 Philadelphia 35 26 .574 Cleveland 3 1 2 9 .517 New York 2 8 31 .475 Chicago 26 32 .44S j St. Louis 22 39 .361 I Washington 21 38 .356 Results of Yesterday’s Games. St. Louis. 2: Chicago. 1. | Philadelphia. 9: Boston. 0. Washington. 2: New York, 1. New York, 1 I ; Washington. 3. Detroit. 3: Cleveland. 2. WESTERN LEAGUE. Standing of the Club. (Muhs. Won. Lost. P.C. Sioux City 33 22 ' .600 Wichita 33 23 .589 Omaha 31 27 .534 Topeka 2N 25 .528 Denver 2 9 20 .527 Des Moines 2 9 3 0 .4 92 Pueblo 22 35 .386 Lincoln 19 36 .3 4 5 Results of Yesterday’s Games. Sioux City, 2; Topeka. 1. Denver, 9: Des Moines, 6. Pueblo. 11 ; Omaha. 6. Wichlta-Liucoln, postponed on a«- count of ruin. ! I Friends and cycle funs of the city will be grieved to learn that Parly Giles, one of the most popular ama teur cycle riders in this city, died yes terday afternoon at his home. Heart failure, or athletic heart, is given as the cause. Giles had not ridden tiny this season since he made the trip to Los Angelos, as In* had not been feel ing well. He was one of the best un paced riders' in the amateur ranks that ever rode a bicycle and at the present time holds the world's rec ords front one to five miles unpaced. Some of these marks were made tit Ogden and others here in Salt Lake. At the close of the racing season last year Giles and Halstead set out on a long ride to New York and covered a great [tart of this distance on a bicycle. Salt Lake Herald. WHO IS GERMAIN? (Special to The Sentinel.] Rock Springs, Wyo.. June 30. Kid Soulsby, who has been defeating all comers, was knocked out in less than two minutes’ fighting in the first round by Terry Germain. A num . her of strangers who backed Germain cleaned up over $1,500 from local ; sports, and now the boys think Ger . main Is one of the top-notchers of the country sailing under another name. NO MERCY FOR UMPIRE. | Special to The Sentinel. 1 Trinidad, Colo., June BO.—Ken neth, official umpire for games play ed by the senu-profeKsioitui tennis in Trinidad this season, was arrested yesterday and lodged in jail on tin* charge of vagrancy. Sister umpired tin* double-header lietweeu Trinidad and the Iron Workers, gave great dissatisfaction to the local fans, ami at the close of the game was dismiss l id by tin* local baseball association. He was lined K."iO and costs in [tolice | court. Today in the county court the Wrigbt-Davis suit, which has been the cause of so many long sessions in that equrt during the past six months, is again under way. Expert testi mony as to the condition of the books of the grocery house operuted by Messrs. Wright and Davis has been given today, expert accountants be ing placed on the witness stand. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bonner, of Chi cago. who have been visiting Mrs. Bonnor’s brother. It. G. Trotter, for several days, left yesterday for Grand Junction and points west. They will travel for several weeks before re turning to Chicago to begin house keeping. Montrose Press. It. A. Ballinger, secretary of the interior in President Taft’s cabinet, and Congressman E. T. Taylor of Colorado are among the important public men who will address the Den ver chamber of commerce at a series of luncheons planned for the lute summer and early fall. The fire boys have been busy the past week selling tickets for a bene fit performance at the Majestic thea ter tonight. The boys deserve all tin* help that can be given them and ev ery one knows that too much equip nunit for n fire station of a city the size of Grand Junction cannot be pur chased. Mrs. C. G. Rollins, who has been visiting friends the [mat week at Whitewater, passed through and vis ited for a few hours this morning on her return to her home in Guthrie. Okla. G. W. K**nnard and daughter. Miss' Charlotte, of Kentucky, en route to the coast, stopped off for a short visit with Miss Laura Sawyer of North Fifth street. Selby Shoe Co’s. Johnston & Murphy HI, PRIfFS AM ...I THREE PAIR SHOES FREE -SEE OUR WINDOW f 1 Shoes.. s 7 a “ B el acs \ i c- - to Ocean 456 Main Street ... $100 Reward. One hundred dollars will be paid 1 for the recovery of the body of War- j ren Travis, 12 years old. who was} 1 drowned in the river at Delta, Colo.. Friday, June l''. (Signed) JOHN J. TRAVIS. If you are n sufferer from Head aches call on Chas Gasho, Optometr ist. room 21 Heed block, who lias given hundreds of persons the de sired relief by removing the cause. Barton * Terrill do heavy hauling i at reasonable rates. Fruita Mountain Water Pure as Crystal. Delivered to any part of the city at 7Hc per gallon, in bottles <x from tank. Leave orders at Lynch’s Fruit Stand. Phone orders to Red 2258 or Mesa 466. JACOBS & LYNCH, PROPRIETORS. . 1 V aih «(...! Tki.KI'UQNK mesa an G “-- S-t. j ~ s —t-T. 7 ” S'" " ■ ' -jca ,f *>■ ■-- «/ 1 • Book Curr Coal S v MEANS-CodD COAL J*art\y Cloudy Grand Junction Box Ball Allegs A place of entertainment and clean amusement. Ice cold soft drinks a specialty. O. B. Masterman, Proprietor. .■»r»8 Main Street. TO IRRIGATE 35.000 ACRES. f Special to The Sentinel. ] La Junta, Colo., June 30. Th** Valley Irrigation Company is survey ing and drawing plans for the build ing of a reservoir in Smith canon, about 2 5 miles south of La Junta. The present [dans include a dam 85 feet high and a reservoir that will , hold water enough to irrigate 35,- 000 acres of land tributary to La Junta. MUST FLY ENGLISH FLAG. I Special to The Sentiuel. 1 Winnipeg. Man.. June 30.- Official orders have been issued here prohibit ing any United States circus from pa rading on the streets of Winnipeg unless it flies a British instead of an American flag. , Hammocks, hammocks, almost at cost’ Fishing tackle and Japanese* lanterns cheap for «ash. Just re ceived a new line of Grand Junction post cards and a popular line of re print novels at the Postoffice Book Store. Don’t forget Slocomb’s addition is now on the market. See Milne & Milne. PAGE THREE We are now prepared to fill all or ders for tin. sheet metal and furnac® i work, carefully, promptly and at rea -1 sonable prices.—Grand Junction Cor nice &. Heating Company, 724 M&i*~ Fred .Mantey’s 50c rawhide whips. Insure a quick sale of your house ' by installing one of our reliable ’ gas tight furnaces. —The Gran 4 Junction Cornice & Heating Coat -1 pany, 72 4 Main street. When you think harness or buggy j think Fred Mantey. Hardwood at hard time prices ax McCary's. See Van Hoorebeke FOR REALTY SNAPS Fine 8-room house and four lot*; good terms. Only $3,500. Will take smaller house or lots in part pay ment. 10 acres; 8 in bearing orchard; good buildings; full water right; easy terms. Only $5,600. New 5-room modern honse; two lots. Terms. Only $2,450. Will take pair lots as part payment. 4- room house; two lots; on Chipe ta. Terms easy. Only $1,600. 20 acres; 10 in orchard; 10 in al falfa; fine buildings; water right; splendid location. Only $7,500. 5 acres in 3-year-old orchard to trade for city property. Choice High Line land at $4O to $l5O per acre. Money to Loan. Fire Ipsuranae. 409 Main Street. Phone Red 664. 1