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THE OMAHA DAILY JVEE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1000.
TIE CASE OX THE CR1DIR0N Alumni Falls to Score Against the State University Eleven. GAME IS A FIERCE AND STUBBORN ONE Uontl I'cilnt of the I.IkIiIit Train Arr llruiiKlit Out I'lnliily "'' Sul,,c IMirnoniriuil 1'lnjlHK Done fur (loud linlna. LINCOLN, Oct. 6. (Special Telegram.) After a flerco and determined strugglo the Btato university and All Stnr Alumni foot tall teams walked off the gridiron at C o'clock this afternoon, each with only n largo cipher to Its credit. Never on the Nobraika campus were two competing teams more evenly matched. The ball was near tho center of the field durlnu most of the name and on e 'vas It forced any where near the goal. Hoth teams played a strong, stubborn came. Tho alumni team was made up of tho tars of toe championship teams for ten years and In weigh' and experlonco clearly outclassed tho varsity. The coach and manager of this wear's team aro greatly encouraged by the result of today's game and feci that It will again establish Ne braska's superiority over Ilia teams of adjoining states. Tho 'vai-ity began the gamo by Kicking off to Hayward. who returned by punting alxty yard Crandall received the ball, tut failed to guln. The alumul held their opponents 'or downs and gained tho ball. Cameron, Tl.orp and Hayward bucked tho vurslty line for good gains, but were hold for downs snd forced to punt. On a rum ble the alumni gained tho ball and Hhedd burked the line for flvo yards, but failed to get around Uyan's end. On a fumble Crandell fell on the ball, but In turn lost It to the alumni, who were lorded to puut. The ball was on the university's flvo-yard Hue when Crandell broke through the linn for twenty-five yards und by phenom enal playing mado other gains of llvu und thirty-rlvn yards around the end. Tho mil rrslty lost fifteen yards on u foul. Story r Het'oiiil lliilf Thn froond half began by the alumni kicking to Westover, who was successfully tackled. Knymoi,.' punted sixty yards and Ilyan downed tV ball without gain Thorp was substluted fn. Spooner at (iiarter aud Cook was put U a' ball Cameron tmtdu oiiio gaoil gull- bii tin ii 1 it inn 1 was forced to pint. Imymcuil bucked tho lino for good gnliiR. The Mutual trained the bull on n fumble nnd 11 punt by Thorp was blocked with u Ions of twenty ynr.li, Westover falling on tho ball. Crandell bucked the lino for four or flvo yards nnd succeeded In placing the ball ou thu alumni's ten-yard lino when time was called. Score, 0 to 0. Lineup: 'Varsity. Position, tlx--Vurslty schnol arid the secend eleven of the (Jcnon Indian sdi'i'l in the si hnol field. The were was U to o In favnr of the Indians Tin- Lillians were heavier , than the Co Ijmbus boys Considering the weak no tits on both fides the game was Indeed full of sport That It was truly a game or sport was demonstrated by the good hatnor and nice conduct which prevailed during the entire itame. AMES EASY FOR THE GOPHERS .Mlniimotn t'nlvernlty Llrvcn Troves tu He Too llrnvy for tli liimi College. ' MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 6 -fSpeclal Telerram.i Minnesota university's foot bull team defeated Ames this afternoon by a score of to 0, the biggest score since the two teams have met on the gridiron. Ames had the lightest team It over tent to Min nesota nnd although the lowans played a hard and tierce game they could do noth ing against Minnesota beef. Despite the romplulnt of Ur. Williams, the new coach, the UopherH have one of the heaviest teams In Its history. With such men as 1'nge nnd Aune at ends, weighing over IW pounds, und a bark Held which will easily average over 170 liailtlriu II l U, I Ihnl llr U'll Hams Is 'stringing " his opponents when ho uri a in,, ugiu material. Ill the Ilrst hillf 111.. Aln linvn hmt till) advantage of the wind and had they punted oftener after the third down would have prevented the only touchdown made til that round. In the second half they were com pletely at the mercy of tho heavier Gophers und could not hold tho line plunges nor prevent long end runs by Bmlth, Lafuns und Klytin. '1 he "L"' played a fair defensive game, a better offensive and showed no particular weakniiis except In Us Interference. Of this there was nut a purtlcle. Thero was considerable poor work In catchln punt, "in uiu louji'rn i-ouin noi gauge me Uilll on account ot th high and gusty wind, fhe victory set tho university on lire with enlhuslusm, for Minnesota only won lust year on a lluki. and uiBt In 'Hi and 'M. 'Ihe game was pluyed us follows: . Ames, Position. Mlnnefoto. I'eshak Hlght end Pago HllialuV ltlcht turltl.i Two. I Hcholty Hlhht guard Mulier I'oersoic Center Htrutlicrn Hunker Lett tackle Ve Mason Left end Aune llnyward yuarterback Klonholtz Hehuyler ltlfcht half back. . Hoyt-LiUiitis L'elere I.eit halfback Smith Muser l'ullbuck Knowltim touchdowns: l'Ve. Smith ('.'). Ooal: Knowltnn. Referee. Ucldun. fmplre: lief (.linger. Linesmen; Uarroughs, Ames; Jones, Minnesota. NO TRICK FOR CONTRALTO Speedy Omaha Mare Captures Lexington Classic in Straight Heat. EDITH W ADDS FAST PACE TO HER CREDIT Vlll.igo Pride. Frank V gcl, Pauline .'. Littillte ar.d Juliana lo ran lrt,lr1 r., . n aittlu..K.a foil Lucille, Ilnndleil liy llrr Onnrr, Mr. IIIIIIiiks, MnUes Nev World' Itreoril for Trotter to WnRon, Driven liy Aniiiteiir. course CorotmtUH. 142 iT Murphyi. J to 1. won. Mr Dunlap. 134 (Moxlev , j to 1. seromt. What Next. 136 iKgsr r. in. In to 1. thirl ACTS LIKE TRUE SPORTSMAN Cornelius VnndrrMIt, Clndlnn tluit lie linn ttilittril Inditing Itiilr. Itetiirus Certuln l'rlc. DEDICATE ATHLETIC PARK Flplrt for lomi I nlvrrnlty In Opened Willi li (Inc-Mrictl Cool Hull liiune. Keillor Center Westover Hlght guard .. Itlnger Lett guard ... Gll'man Ulght tackle .. llrew (Cupt.)....Left tackle .. Cortylou Itlght en 1 . . Hyun Lert pihI . . . praln iJunrtcrb.icU . Hennlils Hlght linltlmek. Crundell Left luilf'm'K. Uuymond I 'till i ai . . .. Substitutes: Montgomery, World. Mel ford . .Hopewell Wilson .. Hayward . .. 1'ourny UilJglUH (rlrnrd Spooner Cumeron Tll'.r;i Sheiid Cook und I'lftli liiune for Vorli, YOHK, Neb.. Oct. . (Hpctdul.) Tho Urand island High ichool foot bail team ca no up against the real thing when they opened the st-iistm with tin. York High Hchool boys this afternoon ut Kills' puik. This makes ttie tlfth gamo but ween these teams and In each can- Grand Island has lowered Its colors to Yolk. This time the Islanders wore determined to break the rec ord. Their team was stronger and lienor trained than ever before and they put up n very stiff same, but It wiik the sainn old utory. Tho lineup of t lie teams was us fallows; York. Position. Jrand Island. Page Center Harthlns Taylor HUlit guard. . . . liuywuru Losh I.uit guard Williams Whltcomb Hlght turtle. . McCuteheon Header (Capt.).. Left tackle.. Hnedor Haner Itlght end.. U lover tCupt.) Itunner . Chambersl Left end Clcnry rountnln Hlght hnlfbnek Hrowu Wiley Left halfback. . . Ilarber l'"rold Fulllmek McAlllstor Ilrown Quarterback ltoehm York won the toss and took the south goal. Gram! Island kicked off. Fountain inaiie u gooil return. York mnde a few snappy plays, but Grand island got tho bull ou downs. Grund Inland iiunteiT and Itun ner fell on It. York s quick pluys soon hud Ihe ball ten yards from the goal when time was called. In tho Bocond half York kicked off, Frold making a good on. . Grand Island inmhle.l and Leah tell upon tho bull. Alter much vigorous playing, the bull being In the ter ritory of one sldt and then the other. York cored a touchdown, lint missed goal. Grund Island kicked off und Whitcomh mudn a nice return. Good runs were inudo by Fountain nnd Wiley. Header. Taylor and Krold made somo good lino plunges ind York soon had a second touchdown and kicked goul. Grand Island pliunl a good fame, but was on the deiemHe most ot the line. Its best plays were ipade by Hrown, Harber, McAllister und lloehlll. Score: U to 0. Principal Matthew h of tho High school chaperoned the Grand Island bojs and Su perintendent Atkinson acted as manager for lork. Next Saturday our bos will meet tho Krcmont tenm. at this placo und a cotter gumo than today's is anticipated. InillmiM Detent llluli School. OKNUA, Neb. (ut. li (Special Tele pram.) Ihe most Interesting tuul excltlnj foot ball game of tlv Bea' ! was a u this afternoon by the Columbus Il'lgh IOWA "1TY, In, Oct. C .-(Kpeelal )-Tho dedication ot tiiv uthletle tiurk. which win postponed Irom P'r.uav a week ago on account of rain, took place this afternoon wlih u foot ball gome, in which the Hawk eyo iios met tor the ilrst time n teuin veised in their own system uf aim the Slate normal foot ball team. The dedication exeri Isiw marked an Im portant epoch in the history of nthlctlr. n the fniverslty ol Iowa. Tho student paradi, with three bands, and a lalljlio party, eonslsling t Mayor oteliblns, Pres ident Mel.ciin and Ihe deans of the col lege, started from the pustolllce corner at 2:15. A short circ ,it was made around tne business portion of the city, decorated with gold bunting and luinuers. lien uiu purK was rcaui-il rrcsident McLean made a short speech. In which he declared the grounds open. Led ty tin i. una the entire crowd joined In slnjln Amoriea" ami us tho song died away the tlrko.'; r.as made. T'h' fT.iicctutlotis of the friends of tin lown foot bull team were fully rculliod in today s gamt with the State normal. A Brent crowd witnessed tho dedication of the grounds and the game. The score a1 lm end oi the ilrst half was Iowa 40, Nor mal. 0. Haln began to fall In torrents, bat thu gamo was continued until tln.shed, Thu tot noire was: Iowa C. Normal o. The Normal was weak on lute rurence and could not manage In , -as ond pluys nor break through Its Hue. Lineup: Iowa. Position. Normal Wallers Light end Jonc Little Hlght tackle Yager Hurrler lt.j,ht guurd Dunkemn Kly Center Daunt l.ioekway Lett gjard Nelson Warner Left tackle lira vendee Lby Left end 1 hitnbrj Wll.tams Quarterback Hubert Morion H.ght halfback Wo.i Kdsnn Left halfback Wa.lac. Grllllth ruliback McC.uffey Linesmen: IiiLham and Stuag. BELLEVUE FAILS TO SCORE ("rclnliloii I'oIIpkIiiiih Siniro Account lor the I; r lent Adinliilxlcrrd Oun tear .tun, Tlio Crelnhton university eleven secured satisfaction for Its defeat last year by win ning the game yesterday from tho Hellevue collegians by the score of ;3 to o. A largo delegation was prertnt at the Ames Avenue i.ark irom Jldlevue and the purple nnd gold or the college were much In evidence. Thero was little chance for waving of banners on the Hellevue benches, however, for CteUh ton showed at once its superior weight and skill, carrying the ball over the line by lino bucks and end runs In tho Ilrst tew minutes of pluy. eluh kicked goul and llellevuo sent the spheroid off acaln. Crelghton lost on a fumble, but Hellevue was held for thiee nouns and the storv was repeated, Crulghtou kccurlng lii points In tho first half. In the pccond half Hcllevuo managed to ndvanco for ten yards, whin It was ugaln held for downs, und Schupp curried tho ball irto Hellevue territory with a lortv-yurd run. A third touchdown was scored, Wel.h mlsslns his ilrst goal. Hy tho miiii tactics liilfaluon added ti points more and tho day was lu3l and won. FIVK DOLLARS A IIOX. Thr Price Cut Xo l'lunrr With lllin. "I want to Bay for tho benoilt of tome poor dyspeptic that Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will give comfort and a euro every time. Klvu dollars u box would not stop my pur chasing thorn should I ever suffer again as I did for a week before using litem. "Iho ono 50-ceut box I bought at my drug gist's did the work and my digestion Is all right again. "Many of my neighbors have also tried thcite tablets und found them to be just uj represented and Mr. lillms also wants mo to uao his name In uudorslng Stuart's Dyspep sia Tablets. Signed "A. ELLM3 and "CHAB. V. 11UZZ12LL. Asst. Postmaster. "South Sudbury, Mass." Mrs. Jus. llarton of Torouio, Canada, writes: for elgh.ceu months I suffered from Kthat I supposed was bladder and kidney troutle, and took medicine from three dliJor ont doctors, without any sign of cure. I felt to 111 at last I was hardly able to do my work, I thought I would try a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and see If they would make me feel better, never really thluklng 1 bad dyspepsia, but after only three or four tablets had been taken all the acid trouble disappeared and then I discovered I had hud ucld dyspepsia, while the doctors had been treating mo for kidney and bladder troubla aud ona of them trouted mo for rheumatism. My digestion Is fine, my complexion clear and I am able to do my work and low spirits are unkuown to me. I am so thankful for finding a cure so good ind to pleasant to take as Stuart's Dyspep sia Tablets. I am surprised at the change they havo made In me. All druggists sell and recommend Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabluts, because they contain inly tho nlmpld natural digestives, and taken titer mo.ilt prevent ncld.ty aud cause prompt llgestlon and assimilation of food. Physicians everywhere endorse them be tause they ure as safe for tho child as for tho adult, they ara Invaluablo for sour stomach, nervous dyspepsia, heartburn, gas on stomach and bowels and every form of slouiwh derangement. Tic fJnmc at IIiiHtltiuN. HASTINGS. Nfcb., Oct. (.'.-(Special )-Tce foot ball Ma-on waa opened In Hdsttngi yuxterday ufiernoon, wnen Grand Isnn I college und Hastings college elevens in t on the gridiron and covered themsii.e-i LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct. 6. Tho track was In fluo shape and very fast this afternoon. Lucille, the fast road mare owned by C. K. 0. Hillings of Chicago, went to beat her record ot 2.09U to wagon, and finished the mile In 2 07 flat. Time by quarters: 0:32U. I.i3',i. 1:3M,4, 2.07. This secured a now mark for tho marc und the worlds trotting rec ord to wagon driven by nu amateur. Kdlth W was a big favorite for the 2:06 pace over Thu Maid, Choral and Flirt and was heavily backed. Tho first heat went to Kllrt, who went fust In tho stretch after trailing In third placo to tho thrco-quar- ters. Kllrt broke at tho half In tho second heat und finished last, The Maid wtnulug from Miss Edith. The Maid broko badly at the quarter In iho third heat and finished last, tho heat easily going to Miss Ldlth, the favorite at tho start. Miss Ldlth was uuver headed lu tho fourth heat ami vvun easily from Kllrt. Tho Maid broke badly at the llve-elKhths and was distanced. The fifth heat was an easy thing for Edith V.. who got the best of the start and led nil tho way, finishing two lengths In front of Kllrt. Tho Johnson stake was won easily In straight heats by the fast maro Contralto, who was never In trouble. Sho was thu favorite at JOu while the others wero 425 each. Hay Star made a poor showing and got only second money. Tho raco wu3 with out much interest and tho timo was slow for tho class of horses starting. The 2.2S trot wus featureless with the ex ception that the Judges thought that tho drivers of Krd (1 and llamwold wero not trying tu win nnd chunged drivers lu tho third heat. This did no good, however, for Oianan, from tho Walnut Hill farm, won easily In ttrnlght heats, making tho tourth winning raco lor the farm this week. Sum maries: The Johnston, 2:21 trotters, purso $2,000: Comraiio, ui. m., by The Cuimueror (Met ojj I 1 J, Hay blue. b. m. (Kinney) -j - - joe WntiM, cil. K- (louligl j J bingle K, eh jr. tllusln I l Auniu Uuins, gr m. (Wilson) dls 1 ime. .:iu, :':uai. -.l.li. i'.tij pace, pulse l-.ivj: ICrtith v , i. in., by lieu Lomond, jr. i.W clumaii) 2 2 1 1 1 Rut, blk in. (Kenlcki 1 4 2 2 2 ( lioliil, n. in. IKlnncyi 3 3 II II 3 "lliu Mutd, b. in. (Cur tin) 4 1 4 dls lime: Z.u.'ia, i.M, 2:UMi, 2:uS!i. I .s trut, purse hj: ozanan, br. m. oy Axtell (Henyon)... 1 1 1 Med i . li . (Kiiiglii and i-winsi. . .. J . i nun wood. bl. g. (Lain, aster and Heachy) 3 2 4 Miic(niiie, b. g. (Hay built) i u 3 inula, blk. m. (Nvii.iui.i ti 4 u Uiuuus, li. h. (Fleln.iitii I (ids Time: i.li?4, 2.1b, J. l-V ADDED HORSE DUMPS TALENT Champion Mcnileclinne at .Mori In Park Won lij Cud, Unoted ut !." to 1. NEW YORK, Oct. ti. Tho CaJ, r.ddeu b his owner, Mr. Smith, won tue Chaiu pluu stcepifchajo at Munis park .od.y over the trying distance of .luce m..cs uu I u halt, lids lixuiro was iIk- fo.tu.o of the day's riallig and It rcsuiud in o,.e of tno most stirring struggles tf tlio icusjii. Seven hoiscs fated i, siart.r, 'th,- Cad being added at tho la .uluUlo. It vas a covcied slake, for ou.sluo of tho hou.r of winning U had an even nunc v.i ue of 'J.uiiO, $6,060 of which wus turner be J by men interested in steeple has ng. ii.no was made a hoi favorito si o to win o The Bachelor was also strongly suppured at 2 to 1. The others wero all htld at i5 to 1. They were sent off on tho Ilrst ireak fur their long Journey and itio tiUd, kd uy Plato, ran closely bunched for tvto u.l.cs. All fenced perfectly and ns taiy p-saod tho grandstand tho second timo ever horse 6icmcd to have an even ch-nc. of winning. The crowd showed Its uppr ela tion by breaking Into ap.iUuso ua th y cleared tho wuter Jump. (5,lng up ttu back sttotch tho last time Mr. Sm.t.i, win was always sciond on Tho t'au, s.nl li mount to tho front. I'lrst one and th.n another tried to go up, but ho came o th,! last jump a length and ti hn.f bvforo P -to. llolli cleared tho obstacle In safuty una an exciting drive to the wire followed, In whUh Mr. Smith showed his nkLI, land ing his mount n clover vvlnnir uy a s ant half length. Perlon closed fust and was th.rd, four lengths behind 1 Intj. Tha others straggled in, not a slLg.o fli hav ing occurred to mar tho race. Game little Hellarlo won tha Nurs'ry handicap. Ha made most of iho run 1 g und won rlddon out by a length from Wuter Color, who beat Ilcau Uu lant a head for tho placo. II. ul Uullant was cl-s-lug like a whirlwind nnd but for sumo In terference might have ri.pcaied his vl tory In the Matoou stakes. Ho ran In tho colors of Senator P. II. McCuron, wlu bought him Just beforo tho race. Oneck Quicn, an outsider, wtn the Hun ter handlcnp, brnting tho favorite, Kil a shondra. by thrcc quartera of a Uugtn. Time. 4 304. Last Fellow and fullust ul ran. Donntlon fell. Hlder fell ofT salunt Fourth race, six turbines. Headwater. . v-t.-ti- vnne rw it -rm!!!! Vrtndfr- 1"0 (Dupeei, 10 to I, won. Sly. lwJ (Huih- , ... .., ' ,. , ,,i,n, ,i,0 fnluiwl.tr nnan). i to f. second. The Hufi. 10s tDevI i. u ailf pulilL' the B 6 to 1. third Time: 1 13H, Highland Lai. letter, which be has wrlti.n to the regatta Ueorgle and Prejudice also ran. , committees of tho clubs under whoso atw- roi rile nnn tnii., .111,1 a iiriun 1 ,.inw tin una ruren niirioir iiiv mni BtitaJii lUlgadclHuchunan., 4 to CwpnT Cha, - r.hf leltor lVViiuntnlly refuses to ac- ' . - 'Mi' 'bulYaVt mquu, uu (llarfntiurgeri. II to ), secpii; cept Hie various prues won uy im m.nin mllclal remeaurenitnt. nnd th.lt ound. l"7 (Dev in. 11 to 2. third. Time i nnd elves tils reasons. . 1:47'4. The Lady. Kbernurt, Procure r. , "Thf owners of tho four so called scveni) ivnignt uunnoci und van itooreueKe aiso ran. Sixth race, one mile nnd n qunrter ciav 101 (Tally), 7 to 5. tecond. Molo. Wi (M Ilermott) 13 to 1". third Time. 2.' The I'cvll, Senator Thompson, Admetus und Hold I'p also ran. for tho purple of bringing- Its water line violation of the rules, however unwitting y .'.gill up to that "f the lougest yncht. and suih violation occurrid l teg. th r f rr to for this purpmo 1 took In additional bftl- sav that I must dccllfe to iicceid the I- a l.it on board the Hulnbow ut different o'fercd by vour dub which other .- i times would have been etittiled n "My attention has Just been called to the "1 shall ut once notlfv tbi other ovvneis fad that I had no right to take on nddl- of these facts nild shall at the same ttu tlonal ballast In nny case after the yaiht write to the vnrloin cntiimlttee.i In tin had once been measured, .vithout tiotlfvli g ether races In whlih 1 have sailed tu I the authorities under whose auspices the Inform them of my error und bow it camo races wero condin ted oc procuring an ofH- , to be made clal reniiiisuremeiit. It had never occurred "At tho same time I shall return all prmo to ine tli.it l win oiuieed to comply wi n i nave received nun rem, ic accei'i m this condition, but 1 linMm to say that ones not yet delivered HepictfulU y-ur, 1 think mv yacht was subject to dlsquall-j "COHNELU'H V ANPKKIn I T New y org, uctouer t. ' , ....a...,,.iiM nf tld m-rnetnnt blunder W that It it vve the right to any one f the . catuiot. of cours-, consent to n . opt any yaShts. at tta own option, to add ballut t-rlie. whb h was won by my yacht In LEDFORD IN DRIVING FINISH In l.nt Lvcnt at Klnlocli PnrU Lev liiK Cup MnLes (liillniit Hut l'litlle HlTort to Win. ST. LOl'IS. Oct. 6. I'ubllc choices hnd the call at Klnlocli park this afternoon, four fuvorlles nnd two heuvlly-backcd sec ond choices finishing Ilrst. The feature was the Mulsh In the lust event between Ida Ledford slid Loving Cup, Ledford winning by a nofe under Dominlck's determined riding, Domlnlck rode three winners and tdnced another mount Inside tlio monev Weathcr line, itttcnilatu good und track iiguining iuat. numinnncs: First race, seven furlonns. selllnir: St Wood. 112 (Domlnlcki, 4 to 1, won, Imp Hrookvvood. lu'J iCoburni. 4 to 1. third. Time: 1;2., Stuttgart, Good Night, Hrlghtln H. Sylvian. On Hand, Miss Lu- retta, t tilers und tiei.e Hlmpson also ran Second race, six furlomrs. nurse. J-i'tur. olds. Oindurman, 1W (Hasslnger). 6 to S, won; Tony Lcpptng, 109 iCoburn), 6 to 2, second; .Merriman, iih tuominlcKi. & to z, third. Time: 1.14. Julietta 13, Maymu L.ojise uiiii Apponia aiso ran. Third race, llvo and one-hnlf furlong? purse. Frank Hell, 111 iCoburn), 1 to : won. Gold Ur. 1 tWedi ersrond). 3 to ! Kecond; Felix Hard, M (D Slmvv), 3fl to 1, mini. timo. i:vi. ratruc.us aiso ran. Fourth raco. one mile and a quarter, over ilvo hurdles: Eva Non. 130 (Porter). : lo 1, won; Imp Loiterer. 12 (Stack), 5 to 1, second; Willie Price, L'ti iHutler), 76 to 1. third. Time. 2.20,. Guess Again, Juck ttayes. iiur ciimaio nnn iiirutm also ran Titus' ,ii ev fell off at tlrt Jump. Neg. Ilgence sionncd at lust hurdle. Fifth rnie, six and one-half furlongs, nurse; Tupon, bt! (Domlnlck). 1 to 2, won; Hungarian. Ml iCoburn), 15 to 1. second: Master Mnrlner, 107 I HuHslnccri. fi to 1. third. Time: 1:13V. Miss Mao Day uIbo ran. Sixth race, one mile, selling- Ida lKd ford, 100 (Domlnlcki, 3 to I, won; Loving v-up. uu ic, .viniiiievvsi. even, second; Med dlesome. 101 (Cobum). I to 1. third. Time 1:41. Jim W, Jimp und Arth.ir Hchau also run. i'vv Itrrord for i'rottliiK Stnlllon. CLEVELAND, Oct. 0 -At the Glenvlllc track CresceiiH mado a new world recun for trotting stallions by going a milo In s.oi, wnieii Dents ins own tneviou rec ,r by tbrcp-'itmrtiTs of a ocond. Crtsceus cnveird Ihe ml'.e witboul a slip, his time ny iiuiiricrs uciug: vvjiu, t.ui'.j, i.m, z:vi l 1(1, t,W,tl, ,,f .lllul lillt llnlnplllnlla V little glory, us nil. her toam scored an I tnere was a hmall audlenco In attendant- . There was some good Individual pUyuV. but both elevi n lacked team work nnd coacblng- Ilovviver, there Is enty of geol inale.l.il In the eleven., tvji ch pruinb-cs o be brought out by tho tlmi tho t-eusun Is well under way. Tho lliuup follow.: Hastings. Position. Gr. Island. Itnmeft r:i or Iloden IngulHbee right guard Fit h , summaries; Hnrtlgun r sht tacklj Ge rj First race, seven furlongs: Hush, 112 Ml.chelinore right end Ab ntt awoml, 'J to 5, won; Uodmy, 11.' (O'Cou- Pnrrott left guard Malim I ol m,r. jj to l and 3 lo b, second; Jon Frey, Hultureen Uft tuclo wohu on I 102 it. Hums). !) to 2, third. Time; 1:20;. l'tillllpa loft end t.b rl . j nrcurm uiso ran. Thompson guard Duv s second race, Hunter handicap, ono mllo: nI",0,ri1ir right ha fback Ho ,0 s onock yuccil, Ufl (McCuo), ii to I, won; Kil- iiuiininn 11. v 1 . liixliandra, jvu trurner), even and - 10 n. WU,,V0 .............. ,M,(W., W . Uavii Cior (iuine at lleliron. HEHHDN. Neb.. Oct. G. (Special.) Th" Hebron High school toot ball team gave the Crete eleven a very warmly contested game this afternoon, dofeatlng them by a score of li to 0. Hebron. In spite of hav ing their best man ruled out, put up a lino fame, outplaying the.r opponents at ever urn. Johnson made u llfty-vard run around Crete'H right end nnd scored thu only touchdown. Clilciuto Vnrlty Wins, CHICAGO. Oct. 0. Tho eleven of Chicago university defeated that of Purdue uni versity at foo1 ball this afturnoun 17 to 5. The score for thu first half was: Chicago, 11: Purdue. 5 Second hu f: Ch cao, 6; Purdue, 0. Chicago made tha Ilrst touch, down Inside of the first six minutes of play, but failed to kick goal. Close l'Mifht Over PlgsLln. FORT DODGE, la.. Oct. 6.-(Speclal Tel egram.) The foot ball season opened horo today by a close and Interesting contest between tho Humboldt High school eleven nnd the Fort Dodge High school. The game was witnessed by 11 large crowd. The homo team won by a score ur u to 0. Foot Hull Hrsiilt In Ilrlcf. At Ann Arbor-l'nlverslty of Michigan, 11; Kalamaxoo college, 0. At Mlnnenpoiio University of Minnesota, 21; Iowa Agricultural college (Ames). 0. At Madison, Wis. Unlvevslty of Wlscon sin, 6, Phslclans and Surgeons, 0. At Champaign, lll.-llllnols, 21; Illinois Wesleyun, 0. At soutn tienu. mo. .oire uame, !.; ftii- glewood High school, Q. At I'umunugu, .Mass.' uoin college, 0. Harvard, 12; How- At New Haven Yale. 30: Tufts. 0. At New York Columbia, 12; Wesleyan. 0 At West Point. N. Y Pennsylvania State college, 0; Military academy. 0. At Iowa City. Iu.-l'nlveridty of Iowa, 6S; State Normal school, 0. At Sioux Cltv. In -Huena Vista, 11; L'nl verslly of South Dakota, 0. At Lincoln, Neb. University of Ncbrnska, 0; Alumni. 0. At Columbus. O Ohio Stato unlvendtv. 2: Ohio university (Athens) 0. Ohio Medical university :v v nuiennerg, u. At Hloomlngton, Ind. -Indiana university IS Farlhum. 0. At Phllndelphlt University of Pennsyl- vauui i iiiviiviu vvnvC v, xeeund: Kiimarn. IIS (Hullniuni, 7 to 2. third. Time: IMSj- Iroquois Hello, Hollo of Lexington, blur (.mines unu l.uuy unto uliio ran. ihlrd race, nursery Handicap, i;cupso course, six furlongs: Hellarlo, 123 (Henry), 7 to 2. won: Water Color, lib (Llttlelleldi. 7 to 1 and 0 to 2, second; iteau uullunl. l.'U (Hul man). 4 to 1, tniru. lime: i:io'i. hu verdalr, Alurd Scheck, Far Hock.iw.i), Handwork, ilea 11 Ormonde, Smile, Hedeck and King Lief also ran. Fourth raco. Champion steeplechase, three nnd onu-hnlt miles: Tho Cad, lil (Mnltlii, l& in 1. won; riuio, tot tveitcnj, g to 3, second; Perlon, W) (Mara), 1j to 1, third. Timo: 7:12. Sir Hubort. Tho Hache- lor. Old Tank und THllon ulso ran. Fifth race, six furlough, selling: Rolling lioer, tiu twiiiininsi, u 10 ., won, iiun.-eir, 103 lO'Connori, b to 1 and 3 to I, second; Hillionalro, 1U7 (Hullman), 8 to 1, third. Time: 1:114. Cherished. Glado Hun. Smirk, Moor, Animosity. Kid nnd lnshot also run. blxth race, one mile: Klnniklnulc, 110 (McCue). & o 1. won: Duoro. 1US 1 Henri.-, 9 to i and 2 to 5, second; 'ihe Ainuzon, P.u tShiiw), 7 to 2, third. Timo: 1:I0U. Hand cuff, Greenock, King Iiurleycorn und Pink Cout also ran. J. A KERVAN MERCHANT TAILOR. Ladies' and Gentlcruen's High' Class Tailoring at Alod erate Prices. TOL 805. 422 SO. 15TH ST ' i ne owners 01 wio mui bu-.ohc. . - .,,. ..irronmtnnce footers entered lnt. an agreement whlc 1 thes. clr u n'smncos without otHclal remeaurenitnt. nnd th.lt , It was not entitled to any prises unJor governed certain of the races between ihem dunnc me iusi suiiuiiei. 11 111c I deenty regret that I should have been guilty of such a blunder, but will say the blunder was committed thounhttcly. I Ills InJnrlr Prove Fatal. PHILADELPHIA. Oct 8 Steve ITanit pan. the pugilist who collapsed last nigh nt ludusttlnl hall during a (Ik tit with Jimmy Devine. ilci at the hopltnl to night lie did not regain cousclousncss since the time of his collouse IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR H 1 TTD ATT' T RE A call at our store will convince you that we are better than ever prepared to supply your every want, Our Display Rooms Are crowded with the latest of the 1900 designs, "We have made especial elforts to provide the best the markets afford to fit all size purses, We Guarantee : THE STYLE Every piece the work of tho most successful de signers in the couutry. Many exclusive patterns. THE QUALITY Tho finish, tho setting up and selected woods used tullB the whole story. No shoddy goods. THE PRICE Purcha?ing in largo quantities makes it posgiblo for us to offer goods at extromoly low prices. Call and see us. We are sure to please you. Dewey & Stone Furniture Co. III5-H17 Farriam St. Mr Frederick Hatter says: "Our stock Is now complete the fatuous I tiu)ttp nnil Sti'tson never enmu in such n variety of styles aud colors as the new fall and winter styles wo nte showing this season a style peculiar to themselves-n stylo so pronounced that you ure always able to pick them out whenever you see them anil they are as usual the originals for hat styles they are apt to be Imitated, but not (Miuuled-the youiiK men In particular will be Interested In the showing of this senson's styles-Our hat for $.1.00 Is the popular one, It Is the biggest bar gain in town. FREDERICK. The Hatter, The I.eudliiK ll"t Mini of thr Yl'esl. SOLTII KlKTUlLVril ST. DaVs de Way I Looked When 1 fell lu Munawa Inst summer but It's a lucky ting fur my boss dat I got out cause ho wouldn't a had no one to write nils fur him a-telllng de lleo renders about dat easy plan o' hls'n sellln' stoves you see, he don't axt you to pay all down when you buy a stove but only some an' do balance you pay on easy payments and say, but he's got stoves galore Kavorlto Hugo liurners for SlO.SO-good oak stoves for $l.US Favorite Steel Hnnges for SUO.SO-good cook stoves for ?1 l.SKJ nnil so on but I nln'l got do spiwe to say more you Jlst see lilni. A. C. Raymer 1514 Farnam St., r :39llll New Pianos at Your Prices llospe's six bargains for this week .?2.")0 upright plnno lu handsome walnut case, fully warranted, for SflUS $275, full sized oak upright piano, beautiful tone, for $17i!$a0l) piano in dotiblo veneered walnut case, handsomely carved, for $lSS-$32r oak piano, full size, latest design, for $197-$3;0 piano In handsome llungarinn walnut ease, line tone, standard make, for $215 $375 mahogany piano, standard make, for $235 Also many secondhand pianos from $10 up- Ask to see tho "Apollo." self-playing piano attachment. A. HOSPE, Music and ArL 1613 Douglas. GOOD THING WENT WRONG (uIIiiiiii nt Mum t home riiiUlie I.uit After HcIhk: Heavily riiiyril. CHICAGO, Oct C-Hnwthornes tinning day saw one of the heaviest ji'nys on a lune shot ihttt 1ms ocurrcd on n nuo courso tills year, nnd It ran ;nt. Tho "uucU thing" was Oullatia. Shu got off lust and lout icround all tho way uround The wlniK-r proved to ho llosu niah, who spread-eagled her tleld all tho way and won eased up. Jim Core II. the favorite, kcu the placo Headwntor. tfly and The HiihIi miidt n good race In the fourth event at tlx tur iongs, and tlnlshed in the unler nanird in the fast time of 1.1 is Weather clear and truck fast. Summary. nrt race, six furlongs: Silurian, 103 (liuchanan), 3 to :. won; itllnk, w (Duiioei, 6 to 1. Kecond: Kaneyvsood, loo iJ. Mnrtlm. 10 to 1, third. Time: 1 11 IlBndyman Hnwcn, Ilarbara M, Hobert Waddell an I Alex l'earcon alio ran Hecond race, blx rtirlongH. Hosa Dlnh, f9 (Delni. 6 to I. wen. Jim Ooro II, luD IJ Lnlnud). IS to B, Fee ind. Murlaren, lu, (Iturhanan) b to I, th rd Tmo. i 14. Uagmar, Ijyulctta, llrgwn Vull, I-imlty, $100.00 r will buy tho best Ladies' Watch In Copley's stock it Is also the smallest about thu size if a as cent piece n fine full jeweled Walthum movement plain satin Hkt. solid gold case, set with illanionda in tho shape of a rieur do Lis. or Crescent. This watch though tiny, Is an absolutely ac curate timo piece. A handsome Kleur de Lis I'ln set w.th dia monds to match, fur 115. Would this tuako a nlco bridal present or ChrlstniaB present? Ytu are Invited to call nnd see these watches. HENRY COPLEY, Wares of Gold nnd Silver 215 S 16th St., I'auoii Block Eyes are Accommodating They'll see maybe quite well, through a pair ot glasies you pick from a basket but na ture beats a sheriff In forc ing a collection of her debts and fitting one's self to glasses I. risky terribly risky the assurance tbat we gUe you at furnishing the proper classes places you beyond all risk Free eye examination, THE A10E & PENF0LD CO., I.endluv Sclentlflo Optician. 1408 Farnam. OMAHA, OrPOStTE PAXTON HOTEL. Look for the Tag, $3 Have you ever seen our $3 welt for women? Think of It, n genuine welt for $a tho shoe sole thnt gives the most comfort and such u splendid shoo for fall aud winter wear This season of tho year deinnuds a sole of reason able thickness A welt is tho only solo that can give It and at the same time give thnt ensy fitting flexibility of a turn solo Wo havo ten different ctyles lti these $3 welts nnd we know wo can please you In fit, style nnd wear. Drexel Shoe Co., Osnnlin'a Dp-to-4t 1410 FARNAM STRliET. From a Lover- A lover's most affcctlonato wenpou is candy pure, wholesome enndy Kent regularly to tho udorcd oue all women lovo candy It's symbolic of their na turesweetness itself but don't risk your happiness by getting it any placo but here thero may bo other candy Just as good ns ours but, then, you can't bo sure of It, nnd hero you may not n woman on earth but what enjoys a box of our di'llcloiia chocolate bon bons. W. S. Balduff. 1520 Farnam SU 4 1