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The Herald's Sporting News
The HeraM s Sporting News
Mav Si, 1910.
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Delay in getting into our new store and purchasing more than double
our usual stock of summer suits vre find we have entirely too many suits.
We have gone through our stock carefully and selected suits that belong
ed to -$ie old Bazaar stock and other suits where we have an excess of reg
These are summer weight, two, and three-piece suits skeleton and
lined. There are onlv one or two of a kind and sizes Tange from 33 to 44.
However, our 'strongest argument is the suits themselves. They are
now on display in our show windows.
Two Lots Are Offered As Follows:
lonp as thev last
and as long as they last
THE LITTLE RUSTIES.
The Lrittle Rustles have played four
games this season and never have met
defeat. They are out for games with
any under 13 years team in the city.
The IIe Rusties have beaten the first,
HOW SAD, THE FANS D0UBLECR0SS BENJAMIN AGAIN! ,
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that sold formerly at $15.00, $20,00,
$22,50; on sale tomorrow and as
Suits that sold formerly
"$13.50; on sale tomorrow
second and third Durangoes. Pete
Dwire is the captain of the little
WJXS SHOOTIXG PRIZE.
Des Moines, la, May 27. J. E. Dickey
of Davenport, comparatively unknown
as Long as
at $10.00 and
to the shooting fraternity, won the
banner event In the western handicap
shoot here yesterday afternoon. As
winner of the western handicap, Mr.
Dickey received first money and the
championship trophy. He broke 9C out
f a possible 100. targets, and shot from
the 1G yard line.
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Manager of Morenci Team
Says Morenci Has Been
More Than Square.
C. E. Tyler, manager of the Morenci
ball team, takes exception to L.. R.
Crawford's article from Clifton on the
Morenci-Clifton ball series. Pie writes
I note in the issue of your paper of
May 2. the write up of the game be
tween Clifton and Morenpi. Morenci
has played in Clifton for expenses
amounting to $10 for the past 20 years
and now that Morenci has put in a ball
park that is a credit to any town of
50,000 population, it is no wonder that
the fans of Clifton wish to visit Mo
renci on some excursion day for the
purpose of seeing baseball played on a
Clifton has profited at Morenci's ex
pense for thsee long years and it ap
pears that Clifton would have some
consideration for a sister town.
Morenci has not canceled a game with
Clifton to my knowledge, Avhich I think
the Clifton management will admit. The
schedule as arranged in Bisbee was to
be eight Sunday games between the two
towns before they went away from
home then Saturday and Sunday games
were to be played throughout, but Clif
ton asked for a Saturday game three
weeks ago, which was granted by Mo
renci. When Clifton asked for a return Sat
urday game, Morenci stated that they
could not draw a crowd owing to the
mines and stores working, from which
the Morenci club must look for itsat
tendance, but Morenci agreed to- play
again in Clifton, provided Clifton pay
the expenses of Morenci, Clifton to take
the gate. Consequently two games
were arranged for Sunday, one in the
morning and one in the afternoon,
whicTi would have been played as ar
ranged only for the heads of three de
partments wanting to run an excursion
to Clifton In the afternoon.
The Morenci management knew noth
ing of the proposed change until noti
fied Friday morning and immediately
took same up with the management of
Clifton, stating that we were willing to
do as they wished. Later we were notified
by long distance phone that Clifton
wanted the excursion and would play
one game. The former arrangements
were canceled and the train chartered
on very short notice. I happen to know
that there were not three who went
on the excursion who did not go to the
Clifton could well afford to play
seyeral seasons and supply half of t
support in appreciation of what Morenci
has done for her in the past.
Morenci has never refused to play a
Saturday game in Clifton, consequently
there should be no forfeit of any nature
There will be no attempt to play off
any back games by Morenci as she
stands ready to back up her arrange
ments at any and all times. The Mo
renci management did not ask for a
change from any part of the schedule
as arranged and does not "want the pub
lic to be misinformed.
Morenci has not taken advantage of
Clifton as to games played, and we
think that we have been very lenient
as we allowed Clifton to furnish its
own umpire and have abided by the um
pire's decisions' until, after losing two
games under unsatisfactory circum
stances, we complained and asked for
an umpire from both places, as balls
and strikes all looked alike and the
complaint was mutual from both places.
It is the general opinion that Mo
renci has the best of the two teams.
At the time of canceling the morning
game Sunday, Morenci did not know
anything of Clifford's and Mason's leav
ing. Ben Loniond, Cal., May 27. A jaunt
on the road was the extent of Jeffries's
Thursday work. There was no boxing.
Big Jeff had planned to box six rounds,
but he did not av.aken from his siesta
until 4 oclock and then he announced
that further exertions would be post
poned until today.
Most of Jeffrtes's work was dona
I early todav. so that he ran Iaivo "Ron
I Lomond on the afternoon train for San
Francisco, where he will give an ex
hibition boxing show. Trainer Cornell,
Joe Choynski and Jack Jeffries Avill ac
company him. It is possible that James
J. Corbett will arrive in time to join
Jeffries at the pavilion.
TralniDg Offer Declined.
An offer was received yesterday from
Jack Munroe to join the forces and
assist in putting the former champion
into shape. Munroe is the Butte miner,
who, after an-exliibition match with the
champion in the Montana city, met Jef
fries in San Francisco for the world's
championship and was knocked out in
the second round.
The letter in which Munroe volun
teers, was written in the exminer's home
on the Bouladerie islands, Cape Breton,
Nova Scotia. Munroe is so anxiousS;o
lielp that he agrees to pay his own
railroad fare and defray all of his onn
expenses while in the Jeffries camp.
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L& ner Montana street. VS ?
The Most Beautiful
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See us for cash gS ! &
Manager Sam Berger replied to the let
ter, expressing thanks, 'but declining
Munroe s assistance.
Johnson AVorlcins- But Little.
San Francisc-o, Cal., May 27 It wa? ,
as culm around the Johnson camp ye -terday
afternoon as it was. the day
before. Johnson was out for an auto
mobile ride, was the information givon
to those who wanted 'to see him. He
was on the road in the forenoon as
usual, grinding out 12 miles of fat t
work In company with Tom Flanagan '
and George Cotton.
Marty Cutler has decided that he has j
had quite a sufficiency of the road '
work game. Cutter says it is because
his feet are in poor shape, but Doc
Furey is authority for the announce- (
ment that Cutler does not want any i
more running. I
Today will be another lazy day unle-
there Is a change in the program. John
son Is on the road this morning, but
will not go into the gymnasium until i
By Tim. &
Johnson went automobiling and Jeff
ries went to sleep. Read dispatches for
Clarence says: "I would go to the
fight if I had the money, could get a
vaaction,.and didn't belong to the Sun
day school." Aw, cheer up Clarence. It
might be worse.
"Now you'll see some fun when Cor
bett and I get started boxing." Jim
Jeffries. But supposing the "gent pug"
should come back. Now, stop!
"I'm not going to beat Jim Jeffries
with any rabbit too or other kind of
charm. I'll beat him just because I am
a better man than he is and that will
be enough. No, I'm not afraid of all
the No. 13 rooms in the world?' Jack
Johnson. They say he said it, it is
alleged. And it is not for us to doubt.
It was awful what Vernon did to
Portland in Thursday's game at Los
Angeles. The Californians played an
errorless game and landed two home
runs. It was all but a shut out.
In a red hot game, as games go,
Clovis won at Roswell Thursday.
Bruggerman struck out nine men, but
"Wallace fanned 14 Roswellites. Im
polite! Crack bowlers will contest on Wash-
What Benjamin SAYS
A clovrn in the club is nil riprht if he
has the playing; nl)lli. Hut n eutnp
who cannot come thro.iJi is Avor.se ihnn
a Chamberlain's Cougn Remedy Is sold
oh a guarantee that if you are not sat
isfied after using two-thirds of a bottle
according to directions, your money will
be refunded. It is up to you to try
Sold by all dealers.
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4 2-lb. cans Baltimore ftp
Tomatoes for C
3 2-lI. cans Banquet Corn C
10 lbs. new Potatoes )
2 qts. Texas Blackberries O P?
2 3-lb. cans Peaches, nj g
Tears or Apricots for. ...feiwC
Evaporated Pitted Cher- $ gf
ries. per pkg J)qJ v
2 pksrs. Evaporated An- fj F
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pies lor &s&J
3 lbs. Brown Sugar C P
per bottle 33C
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are &e highest ideal of the tailors art.
They are garments of character, indi
viduality and true worth. The models
are always graceful and becoming.
"ALCO" Clothes fit and fefel com
fortable from first to last. A perma
nent shape is tailored into them at the
factory and no amount of hard wear
will knock it out. They are made of
excellent quality fabrics in ail the
season's luosi approved colorings and
You can Dav more for
would charge you for an
eti an A vnn can Dav lesi
sidering quality, wear, workmanship,
material and fit you cannot buy a suit
that has all these features so carefully
woied out for the price o our
We stand ready to prove this to you
any time you tay. Just come
try on an "ALCO" suit.
Sain Schwartz & Co. Hi i
ington Park alleys Friday night. The
five men t ams are as follows: Lah
men, Sukerman, Critchett, Houck,
White; versus Ford, Weaber, Chase,
A wild toss by Hawkins lost for Des
Moines, by gum. It was a double play
attempt and brought in two runs for
LLincoln in Thursday's game.
Jack Monroe has been knocked out
again, hr:t this time it was Sam Baiter
who did it. Jack didn't even last two
Harry TVheeler, a Siwash, once center
star for the Carlysle Indians, is hashing
it in a Spokane restaurant. Such a
Isbell of Wichita made a home fun
with two men on bases, but Denver hid
too long a lead, and won Thursday's
game' for all that.
Although San Francisco had a 2 to 0
lead up to the seventh Thursday, the
game was won by Los Angeles, 8 and
2. Sort of surprise, eh?
Rip Hagerman, until recently with
the Louisville club, has been signed
with Lincoln and will occupy the box.
Rip is a rip snorter, they say.
Beals Wright of Boston, who dazzled
the tennis world five years ago, has
recovered from, a year's illness.
ORNDORFK SAYSv JOILSO
IS A FIGHTING 3IACHINE
Burt Orndorff is back from a vaca
tion trip to Long Beach, where his fam
ily is spending the summer. Burt says
that the coast has gone prize light
crazy and that in Los Angeles the
streets are blockaded with crowds look
ing In store windows where pictures
of the two heavyweights aije on dis
play. Mr. Orndorff saw Johnson at his
training quarters at Seal Rock house
and says he looks like a frghtlna; ma
chine. UNIVERSITY BOAT CREW IS
SWAMPED: A RECORD 3IADE
Seattle, Wash., May 27. The "Stanford
Universitj boat was swamped by the
rough water of Lake Washington here
Tuesday when only half the three mile
course had been covered and the Uni
versity of Washington finished alone,
winning the Pacific coast eight-oared
championship, in the fast time of
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