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THH IlKLIABLE ITOHE. '
Special Clearing Sale
Corsets and Girdles.
MHT WEIGHT. CORSETS AND
' OIUDLES AJ1 broken lots of staml
urd rookr-n in stock that Bold tip to
f 1.00,, clioice Sntarday. , 39C
H. & W. GIRDLES-n all taffeta, Bilk
ribbon collar, i white, pink and blue,
reflrulnr ?2.00 values, , ' I flf)
tiow . . I 1 1
V'. C. C.; KABO AND PH. WARNER'S
RUST PROOF CORSETS In nil the
new fall style.. Now on -t ))
display,, np, from.. ...... . IeW
OPPORTUNITY
I i'-animJ$M ' dresser are bent' and
v . This dresser also comes in Oak at a little higher price.
ibovr dresser (Just like eutl In Mahogany I The same
oiMpIe,. serpentine half swell QQjj j ' serpentine full swell front, j Q
OUR PRICES. NOW, ARE DOING THE BUSINESS.
Wall Paper Bargains.
Saturday ' wef are offering extraordinary
bargains in Wall. Paper a perfect riot of
low prices In high garde good, f .
Wall Paper. W6rth 16e and 2tv. per roIl.l!ttc
Wall. Paper,', worth K)o and 12V4c, per 'roll ic'
Cornmeal, largo sacks, white or yellow.MHe
Navy Beans, the best,,! lbs. for. ......... .Hc
Good Japan Rice for family use. per lb. 3 3
Fancy . lireakfaat Rolled Oats, per lb. .....3c
Macaronr, J-lb.. package.. each...,.,.......Jo
Corstarcb. 1-lb, packags, eacn. ....... ......4c
Bulk Laundry Starch, per lb.. i..... S'c
I. X L. Celluloid, Elastic or Electric
Srrjch, per package '..-..TVic
Bromangclon',, Jellicon, Fruit Puddlne ;
or Jell-o, per package.,,..... 7Hc
Large Bottles . fickles. any kind, you v
want .....;......! :.V.;...8fcc
NS WIN CLOSE ONE
ClTeJnd Giyea JXliem i. fSotn'hj Batting
Baliyia" iho Ifiath. ? ';, . ; . .
STOP 'ONE SHORT OF TYING THE SCORE
Bastoa Oathlta - the r ieTelands Two
to One In the Game and Also
"-' rat Vp Clever Field,
i . 'lo( Gtnit..
BOSTON,, Sept. 2.-CleveIand made to
day's game close ay a batting ( rally in
th ninth, -'but ' Boston won by superior
hitting. Attendance, 777. . Score: ,
. BOSTON. 1
R..o.A.a.T
CLEVELAND, s
K.H.O.A.E.
. 0 1 0
. 0 0 0 0 0
. I t 4 0
S.lbh. If.,, i i i o Br
cf
rsrrni, i l
St. hi. . cf..... 11 1
Collin., lb.. 1 1 I
rrtamas, rf.. 0 1 1
1 Hndl.v Ih
0 nick. rt...
1 0'Lio!. h..
1 1
O'gloT.ll, lb... 0 1 14
laCh.on. If 0 ft
Fsrrla. itk AAA
l Lush, ir 1 1
0 0 0 1 1 Turner, u... 0 0 1
Crl(.r, a I It Hu.low. c..'..' ft
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Ulnwu. p.... .1. I SBwaJumlt, p. 0
to
Toti .1.410 17 10 l ToUlt ... $ I 14 11 1
Boston 0 0 102010 4
Cleveland ;....'..:... 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 21
Two-base hits: Freeman, Lush. Threet
lmae hits: Collins. Lulole. Heme run:
Flick. Sacrifice hits: UPhmce Pnrcnt
First baso on balls: Off Bernhardt, ; off
1H neon; I., btmuk out: Viv ihiikim. ; oy
Bernhardt, l.' Tlrne: 13. Umpire:' Dwyer.
Chlcaao Defeats W'ublnortoo.
WASHINGTON. Sept.-. 1 Patterson easily
outpltched Jaoobaon today and Ohlcugi, dc.
feated - Washington. Attendance, 1.5U0.
Score: . i.
N CKICAOO. " ' ' i WASHINGTON.
K.H.O.A.B., . R.H.O.A E
Oreas, rt..... I
Jaiim. . et. . . . . 1
0 1,0
1. 4
1 ii
4 3 1
1
1
O'Neill, cf...
0
Hill,', lb;....-.
HCahl. . lb...,. 0.
HuaUman. If 0
Caa.Mr. as...
DcmaTaa, rf. . 1
Mullln. lb... 1
Klttradi., a. 0
Jar jb.n, p..
Clarke 0
Cahahan.i If.. 0
Davia, aa I
M'Sarlond. C.
Tannatttll, lb
lab.ll,. lb,.,. 0
Iundri, lb.. 0
rattaraod, p. 0
0
u
1
1 " 4
V
11' ' 0
1 . 4
0. 1
ToUla .
. t 13.17 14 t
Totals ... 1 4 H 11 1
Patted for Jacobs? n In the ninth.
Chicago ... 20200000 15
Washington 0 000002002
Two-base hit: Klttredge. Stolen bases:
.O'Neill, Huelsman, IM vis. . Sacrifice hit:
StaJil.. Double plsy: Mullln tn Stohi Klr-t
base on balls: Off Jacobaon, I; off Patter
sun, 1...HH with pltcli-il b-i.i: 1 1- r.
son, 1 Struck out: .By Jooobson, 1; by
Patterson, . Left on bases: W annlngton,
7: Chicago, 7. Passed ball: MuFarland.
Time; 1:50.- Vmpire; King. '
Kw York Wlsie frosa Detroit.
NEW YORK, Sept. 2 New York easily
won-over Detroit today. The game was
called at the end of the seventh on ac
count of darkness. Attendance, 3.043. Score
NEW YOHK.
i DETROIT. J )
R.H.OAE
H OA E
l L
Peusharur, If 1 I 1 0' iH
KMl.r, rf.... IS
Elb.rf.lil, aa. 1 1 111
Mclalrra. If. o
ll.rr.it. at... 1
Conshlla,' lb. 1
Hlikmaa. lb.
Crawford, rf. I
Drill, c 1
Low, lb...,.
O'Laary.t aa.. 0
KUUut, p.... 1
0 4
S. 0
SI
4
1
1
I
I
Anraoa, et. 1 1 I 0 1
1
UumI. lb... 1 1 l o
Willi. raa. lb. I I 1 I u
Cnroy, lb... 1 1 1 1
M.I now. a... 1. 1.1 0
on a. p J ol
Ctarkaoo. p.. 1 I'l '0 TO
ToUlt ... T 11 11 1
- Total. ...11 11 11 I ll
New York ..I 0.0 4 0 0-12
Detroit i.....: 0 2 0 1 0 0 S-
First base on' errors: New York. 2; De
troit L Hits: Off Orth. S fin 2 liuiings); off
Ciarksnn,' 4 (In t Innings), Ift on base:
Nw York, 4; Detroit. . First on balls:
Off Clarkson, I; off Kllllan, I. Struck out:
Br Clarkson, 4; by Kllllan, 1. Three-buss
Mis: Gansel, Klelnow, Clarkson, Kllllim.
Two-bass hit: Drill Sacrifice hit: Klel
now. Stolen base: Cancel. Hit by pitched
ball: By Clarkson; 1. Time: 1:45, Umpires:
Connolly and O'Louglilln. ' . "
Postponed Games.- -
At Phlladelphla-Phlladelphla-St. Louis
game postpoaed; wet grounds- ' '..
tastdlac et the Teams.
' ';'.' 'T "Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Boston H5 71 44 .K18
New York .AlU t9 43-'- .617
Philadelphia 1 t ' 46 .574
Chlcaso Uil t W ,6tU
Cleveland ............111 il ii)!?" Mi
Itrolt 112 47 HA .4
(t. 1 .on In 110 45 M , .4"M
, Washhigton .........111. 27 M';.U
1 Games today i 8u Louis at Philadelphia,
I
Have You Seen Them Yet?
Those Great Values in
IT, ,
Crown Sample Shoes?
a. .
Unquestionably this is the greatest snap
ever offered in Omaha on high-grade up-to-date
shoes. Don't let the lowuesa of price make you
think they are cheap goods the Crown Shoe is
not a cheap shoe and they are all Crown Sam
ples patent colt, vici kid,
box calf, etc., in all sty lea
Worth 13, f4 and 5 pair,
choice
See those shoes on
HAYDEN BROS,
Yorl, over 700 pieces
CONTINUES UNTIL
"KNOCKS , UNBIDDEN
ONCE AT EVERY GATE."
This Is Your Dresser
Opportunity
' "We have Just received a large shipment of these handsome
flresiers. The quantity' ordered enabled us to get the lowest
price ever quoted on such a dresser.. We have two styles ser
pontine-half swell front and serpentine full swell front. The
cut shows the half swell front. We hare this dresser in gen
uine Mahogany veneer and Bird's-eye Maple. The ends of the
the mirror Is a 22x28 bevel French plate.
CALL
All our 8e Papers, per roll 6c
All our 6c Papers, per roli 4c
All our 4o Papers, per roll 2V$c
Don't fail to attend this sale and secure
some of these matchless bargains.
. MAIL ORDERS FILLED.
Ijirg Bottles Pure Tomato Catsup...... &fa
Large. Lemonade . Glasses Pure Fruit
Jellyt -.. v70
!-lb. Cans Wax or String Beans 7V4c
Mb. Cans Early June Sifted Teas 7fcc
3 lb. Cans Boston Baked Beans 8Vo
3-lb. .Cans Golden Pumpkin , ;.74c
3 Bars Wool Soap .loc
TEAS AND COFFEES.
Choice Santos Coffee, per lb 12HC
Pure Maracalbo .Coffee, per lb .....loo
Choice Tea Sittings from finest teas,
r Per lb ,....!0c
Detroit at New York. Chicago at .Wash
ington, Cleveland at Boston. .
GAME
THE NATIOKAL LEAGUE
Chieas Wlsa from St. Louis by
, , ., Timely Hit. .
CHICAGO, Sept. 2. Perfect support back
of 3rlggs' clever sacrificing, and a couple
of timely hits, gave the locals an easy
victory .over 8t. Louis today In a game
that was evenly divided In hitting. Tlnkr,
KUng and Chance carried off the fielding
honors. Attendance, 1,200. Score:
' CH1CAOO. I ' ST. LOt'IS.
R.H.O.A.I R.H.AO.E.
BllA, If 1110 0F.rr.il, lb..,0 1 1 i 0
B.rrr. lb.... 1 1 1 0
Chancf, lb... 1 0 10 1 0
Shannon. If.. 0 1 1 0 0
HMkiey. lb.. 0 0 11 0 1
M-canny. ci. oil JO
Kilns, c 0 110
brain, u...
0 0 1 11
Grady,
0 0 110
Ev.r lb.... 0 1 1 1 01
Smoot, cf. ... 0 1 0 0 0
Jonii, rf e 1 0 0
Tlnk.r, n.... 0 1 I i 0
Brlfcs, p.... 1 0 0
Dunlearjr, rf. 1 1 1 1 0
Burka, lb.... 0 I 0 1 V
Taylor, p.... 0 0 0 4 1
TpUli ... 4 T 17 13 Ol
Totala 14 13 1
Chicago
St. Louis
Left on bases
Two-base hit
...0 0022000 4
.. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
Chicago. 6; St Louis, t.
Dunleavy, - McCarthy.
Farrell. Sacriflce hits:
Three-base hit
Tinker, Chance, McCarthy, Beckley, Barry.
Stolen base: KUng. Double plays: Tinker
to Chance, KUng to Tinker. Struck out:
By Brlggs, 6; by Taylor, 1. First base on
balls: Off Brlggu, 2: off Taylor, 2., Time:
1:25. Umpire: Jrnstone.
Brooklya Lose oat Wild. Throw.
PITTSBURG. Sept, 2. Jones pitched a
good game, but waa defeated by his team
throwing wild In the fifth Inning, making
Pittsburg's two runs possible. Attendance,
l.W. Score: ...
PITTSBURO. '
R.U.O A.E
Krusar. lb... 1 1 1 i
BROOKLYN.
R.H.O.A.
Strang, lb... 0 10.0
Dillon, lb..,. 0 14 10
Oeaalar, cf... 9 1 4 0 0
Dnbba. it..., 0 1 I 0 0
D.auinont, rf 0 6 4 1 l
niun.y, it.. 0 1 , 0
Wag n.r. aa. . 0 0 I 1 b
Ur.ii.aelA, lb 0 0 11 1 Oj Sheckard, If 0 1 4 1 0
v wriu n V . 1 U V
L. Smith, If. 0 0 0 0 0
Hhelpa, ..... 1110 0
Robert&lle. pi 0 10 0
Babb. sa 0 0 I I 0
Kilter, e..., 0 0 10 0
Jordan, lb... 1110 0
Jonaa, p 0-1 10 1
Totals ...I 7 37 11 0 ' Total. ...110 14 1 1
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4
Brooklyn 00001000 01
Two-base hit: Jordan. . Three-base hit:
McCormick. Sacrifice hits: Robertallle (2).
Stolen buses: Wagner, Branstleld. Strang.
Double play: Beaumont K Wagner. First
base on balls: Off Robertallle, 1: off Jones,
3. Hit by pitched ball: Bransfleld. Struck
put: By Robertallle. 4; by Jones, L Time:
1:40. Umpire: Carpenter.
'l',fO
Standing- of the Teams.
Played.' Won. Le-St. ' Pet.
New York '.... 118 84 '''32 -.724
Chicago 116 70 .,)3
Pittsburg 114 J 87 '-4V . .b7
Cincinnati 117 67 69 .573
St. LouiS 120 " 68 58 .517
Joaton , 117 44 " 73 ' .376
Brooklyn 117 40 r 77 .842
Philadelphia 117- 38" ' 84 .282
Games today: St. Louis at Chlcsgo, Cin
cinnati at Pittsburg, boston at New York.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
Beatrice Takes Second? Game..
BEATRICE. Neb.. Sept. 2.-(8pecial Tele
gram.) Beatrice took the second and last
game from Geneva tc-lay. Fenlon of Bea.
trice, made a. sensational running ctch in
left field., Score: RHE
Beatrlne 0 4 0 t 0 1 A -7 7 t
Geneva r0 0 02 0 0 0 0 0 i 3 4
" Batteries: Beatrice. Lewia and Miller'
Geneva, tShuman and. Burke.
GAMES I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Milwaukee Robs Away- with First and
' ' Loses Herond Game.
MILWAUKEE. Sept. 3 -After beating
Toledo. 15 to 0, In the first game, Mil
waukee proved easy in the second game
with Toledo, toting, . 4 to L , Score, first
game: i
MILWAUKEE. I TOLEDO.
R.H.O.A. E.I f ! . R.H.O.A.I.
liana, rf I 4 1 Burn a. lb.... 0 14 10
Hih.afar, aa.. 1 111 0 Frown, ...... 4 0110
O brlen. lo .l 111 e.Lea. if 0 0100
II Clark, lb. I I 4 4 I'IMorl.rllr, lb 0 0 0 1 0
n.mpnui. ci. i
111 0 K.nm.r. lb. S 1 11 A d
fenorll. If... t 1 0 0 O H Clark, rf. 0 0
Gxt.maa. lb. I I 10 0 0
O'Hara. aa... 0 0 1.11
ei.U.ry. ... 1 1 10 1 01
boLilicrty, pllOlO
rrl.bla, el... 0 I I 9 0
Llr.d0l.rn, p. 1 0 4 1
Totals ...U 11 It 10 ol ToUla ... S I 14 U I
Milwaukee 8 1 ( 0 S 3 1 1 15
Toledo 0 OOOOOsoe o
Two-bare hits: Kemmer, Batemsn. Slat
tery, Dougherty. Three-base hit; aVhaefer.
Home run. H. Clark. Flrot base on balls'
(iff Dougherty, 2: off Ixiiidblom, o. Hit by
pitched 111: By Dougherty, 2. Stolen
bases: Stone. Hemphill. Wild pitch: Lund
I. lorn. Sacrifice lilt: pennell. tttruck out:
By Dougherty, 1; by LuiidOlum. 1. Left on
buses; Milwaukee, TuleUu, (. Attend-
display In our 16th St. window.
.....M IMMENSE SILK PURCHASE.....
buy from Samuel' Eiseman & Co.; the Silk Clearing House of America, 71-73 Grand, St., New
Fine Silks .in-both: black , and colored. GREAT SALE COMMENCES MONDAY AND
ALL ARE SOLD. :
IARLY, FALU
cuat-t
GROCERY PRICES THAT CANNOT BE
H. B. C. Salvador Blend Coffee, per lb. 1740
Choice English Breakfast or sun .dried
Japan Tea, per lb. 25c
Fancy Spider Leg Japan.. Gunpowder,
. Oolong or Ceylon Tea, per lb -...33c
snce, 1,400. '' Time: 1:35. Umpfres: Strick
le tt and Stewart. ,
Score, second game:
' .TOLEDO. I ' . MILWAUKEE.
'' R.H.O.A.E I R.H.O.A.E..
Burn., lb.... 1 0 4 6 0 Stone, rf.:... 0 3 10 0
Brown, rf.... 1 lib o sr nearer, aa.. v i i u
Lee. If....... 1 1 0 0 0!
Morlartty, lb 0 . 1 1 1 0
O'Srlen, lb.. 1 1 1 1 0
H. Clark,. 2b. 0 0 1 0
H.-mphlll, cf. 0 1 I 0 0
Kemmer. lb. 0 HI 1
R. Clark, o.. 0 0 i 1 1
Pennell,, If... 0 0 1 0 1
Bateman, lb. 0 0 I 0 1
Speer.. e 0 0 1 0 0
O'Hara. aa... 0 14 11
Friable, cf... 1 1 1 1 0
Oartoa. p.... 0 10 4),
Curtla, p 0 0 0 1 1
Totala ...4 1 17 17 3 Totals ...1 111 I I
Toledo ....'..'... .v..'.. :.0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 14
Milwaukee 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit: Lee. Stolen bases: Brown,
Morlarlty, O'Harii, Hemphill. First base on
balls: OfT Curtis, 1; off BartoS, 8. Sacrince
hits: Schaefer, Brown. Wild pitch:- Cur
tis. Struck out: By Curtis. 8; by Bartos, 3.
Double play: Burns to. Kemmer. Left on
bases: Milwaukee, 6; Toledo, 5. Time:
2:30. Umpires: Strlcklett and Stewart.
Standing; of rbe Teams,
Played. Won. Lost Pet
121 84 . 43 ' .m
127 76 . 61 .698
Uii VJ bl .5s
IM 68 68 .640
123 - 65 58 . 628
131 60 , . 71 .459
125 61. 74 . 408
129 . . .34 '95 .264
Toledo at Columbus, Lou-
Milwaukee
Louisville ..
Kansas City
laville at Indianapolis, Milwaukee at Kan
Baa City,: Minneapolis at St. Paul.-,
GAMES IS THE WESTERN LEAGUE
Denver Wloa from Colorado Springs
on Errors.
DENVER. Sept. 2. Errors at critical
moments and McNeeley a weakness gave
Denver the advantaga today in a remark
ably clever game, bcore: R.H.E.
Denver 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 M 11 0
Colo. Springs ..0 0 6 0 3 0 0 0 03 8 2
Batteries: VollendorfF and Lucia; Mc
Neeley and Messitt. ,
Standing of the -Teams.
- Played. Won,.' ."Lost.' Pet.
Denver ...... ..'..... las 74 ;. .40 .617
Colorado Springs. ...116 , 69 47 .696
Omaha ;.. 121 6a 66 .537
Des Moines 124 ' 64 ' ' 60 ' .616
St. Joseph .'... 118 48 - 70 .407
Sioux City ...114 . 36 77 .318
Games today: Omaha at Sioux City, St
Joseph at Des Moines, Denver at Colorado
Springs. ......
ROIRKES COMING HOME TO STAY
Omaha Team W1I Spend the Rest of
the Season Here.
Manager Rourke and the Omaha base
ball team will return Sunday night from
Bloux City and will roam no more this
season. Beginning with a double-header
Monday afternoon with the bloux City
team, the Rangers will play twenty-one
consecutive days on the Vinton street
grounds, .closing the season .September Zi
with the St. Joseph team. This arrange
ment has necessitated several changes In
the original : schedule. The Labor day
double-header, which waa to have been
played at Hloux City when the Decoration
day games were transferred here, has been
transferred back to Omaha; the games
originally schedu'od to be played at Sioux
City September 8 and 9 will he seen in
Omaha: the St. Joseph team will be seen
here from September 21 to 25. inclusive, in.
stead of vice versa, as formerly announced.
Following Is the rloslng series with
which Pa's family will c'ose the present
season at Vinton street: With Bloux City,
September 6, . 7, 8 and 9: Colorado
Springs, September 10, 11 and 12; Denver,
September 13, 14, 15' and 16; St. Joseph,
September 17, 18 and 19; Colorado Springs,
September 20; St. Joseph. September 21,
22. 23, 24 and 25. The first game Monday
afternoon will begin at 2:30 promptly..
Coronas and Reapers.
The Corona club and the Reapers will
meet on the C. N. Diets grounds at Eigh
teenth and Ptnckney streeta Sunday after,
noon at 2 o'clock. This is the rtrst Mm
they have met this year. . The lineup:
Coronas. Reapers.
Mnkry , first base...... Chase
i rod beck .second base...". Carey
Murphy .....third base H. Smith
McAndrews ......shortstop Brown
Inman left field ......Bowen
N. Smith center field Cremer
Bogats right field McNeil
Perster catcher Bohner
Bando pitcher W. Smith
W.Lane',..., substitute..., Jenson
substitute Fleming
Sprlngdeld Wins Close Game.
SPRINGFIELD.. Neb... Sept 2 -(Specie!
Telegram.) Brilliant fielding and league
pitching , were the rule rather than the
JLucptlua la today's Sprlogtlelvl-Qrcawoo4
A
3s
111
THE reliable: store.
Drug Department
Specials
Colgate's Violet. Pansy and
Rose Perfumes,
t. ounce
2V Florida Water,,
at, bottle ,
tSe Almond Meal. - ...
at, bottle
23c Talcum Powder,
at, box .' ......
Lee's Erg Tar Soap, '
at, cake.. 1 ,
Lee's Corn Plasters,
at, box....,
Toilet Soap,
at, box
Sachet Powdar, "
at, packar .'
Pozzonl's Face Powder,
at
Java PJs Powder, .
at ......
WELL WORTH SEEING
m
Are the New Fall
IN WOMEN'S SUnS
Now on Display in our Cloak Dept. You can't help but be pleased with
the handsome new designs for this fall. Tasty in design, artistic in cut
nobby in fabrics, they contain all the
construction. .
-
.''.
See Display of New
MEW TOURIST SUITS In fancy mixtures 1J Cfl.TOURIST COATS In the new mannish ma
vpv nnhhv anil t vtlahA rl v nri,.A ImJv
I terlals
IANDSOME TAlLOIt SUITS In the new
mannish, materials handsome designs 1 C
from the best manufacturers 2Q, S18 and
ments
COATfr-Llght weight silk C ))
wear
I
FRESH FRUIT PRICES THAT CANNOT 1
BE BEAT.
Largs baskets Washington Greengage 1
Plums ...25c
Fancy large eating Plums, per dor...... 120
r
game. Several times fbe bases were' filled
on both sides aid runs looked easy money.
but only three men crossed the pan in the
flnsl wlndun.' The scom: .. R.H.E.
Springfield 0 10 0.1 0!0 0 02 6 5
ureenwooa . J...1 u u.u o o o u o l o s
Batteries: Ruff and Bates: Ballenger and
Flnley. Struck out:- By Ballenger, 7: by
Ruff. 6. Double plays: Unassisted, Rich
ardson 1, Qulnley . 1; Ballenger to Finley
to l tterDacK. l ime: i:io. same teams to
morrow. Umpire: Beadle. (
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Wst Point at Winner.
WEST POINT. Neb.. 8ept 2. (Special
Telegram.) The local team defeated the
f liger ciud in a wen p.ayea game nere
today. Score: ' K.H.E.
West .Point ..jQ 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 2
Pilger r0'0'0-'O t 0 0 0 01 3
Batteries: Chada and Zacek, Schwar
and Tift. Struck out: By Chada, 13; by
Schwarz, 8. Umpire: Hunker.
Coleridge . Shots Ont Allen.
COLERIDGE. Neb.. . BeDt. 2. (SDecial
Telegram.) Today's game between Allen
ana i.'oieriage resulted in a victory lor
Coleridge by a score of 6 to 0. Batteries:
Coleridge, Thum and Wood; Allen, Roberts
and Hogle. .There waa but one scratch hit
made off Thum. v ,,
HARNESS RACES AT PROVIDENCE
McKlnley . Captures ' the 2tOO' Trot
After Losing; First Heat.
PROVIDENCE, R. I., Sept. 2. The Grand
Circuit meeting at Narragansett para
closed this afternoon with tour, well con
tested races. The attendance waa tne
largest of any meeting on the circuit tills
season. .
. At the conclusion of the day's sport the
Judges suspended R. A, Smith, who was
taken from behind, Sweet -Marie In the
Roger William race of last week, for the
rest of the season. . To Alta McDonald,
who waa substituted and who eventually
won the race, was awarded the sum of
11,000, the same to be, taken from the win
nings of the mare.
The most Important racing of the day
was the 2:06 trot. Fertno. was an even
choice to win, and. won- the first heat
easily.- Boone then relinquished his seat
behind McKlnley in favor of Alta Mc
Donald, who la hot- finishes, captured the
next two heats and the race, and in the
second heat equalled the best trotting time
In a race of the year, 2:064, made by
Sweet. Marie. The time of this race estab
lishes a new heat reeord of the season
of 1904 formerly held by Ozanam. ,
Sumsnarles: "'
2:1 trot, purse ll.WH),' three in flvsf
Kyririe, ch. h., by Kremlin .....
Sf-amhla. b. m. (Titer) ....4 I'l 4 t 2 3
Fatrvlew, br. g. (Humphrey- .....
vllle) , !!
Noretta, ch. m. (Snow) i..l 3 4 8 dts..
Time; 2:14, 2:14-4, 8:14, 2:17. 2:18U,
1:20. - .' . - ' '.;
2:16 pace, purse ll.oOCL ihree In five:
Day Book, blk. g., by JtefivrO (Huro-
phreyvllle) 1 1 1
Engar Boy, b. m 8 2 6
Lookout Hal, b. h. (Shank) 4 2
Edgar Boy, b. m. (Fuller) 3 t
Margaret W., b. m. (Snow) 3 4 4
Al Ray., b. g. (Ntickots, Lugenhelser)..7 S 8
Fussy, b. h. (Titer) 6
Crystal G. blk. m. (Pennock) '7 7
Time: 2:06. 2:10. 2:0.
" 106 trot, purse, tl.600. two In three:
McKlnley, b. sr. by George St Clair ,
(Boone and McDonald) .....3 1 1
Fereno, blk. m. (Benyon) 1 2 2
Hawthorn,' ro. m. (Hudson) t 3 t
Wentworth, blk. g. (Spear) 4 4 4
. Time: 2:07V. 2:06. 2:07.
1:10 pace, purse, 11,009 two In three;
Redblrd. b. h., by Chestnut Bird
(Walker) 1 1
Darius, blk. g. (Clark) 2 i
Ben F., b. g. (Deryder) ' I t
Peeler Patron, b. g. (Page) 4 4
Roy B , b. g. (Rosemtre) C
Balde Baron, ch. m. (Snow) 5 I
Hamilton, ro. g. (Wilson) 7 7
Brown Heels, b. h. (McDonald) 8
Little Fred, ch. g. ( Wordendyke)....10 I
Bob Hughes, b h. (Hlgnlght) 10
Time: 3:08. io.
Olympic Tennis Resnlts.
ST. LOUIS, Sept 2. An excellent crowd
attended the Olymplo lawn tennis tourna
ment at the Stadium today. The winners
were aa follows:
Olympic championship, semi-finals
(singles): Robert Loeoy of Newport, Beats
Wright of Boston.
World's fair semi-finals (singles): E. W.
Ionard of Newport, A. 8. Bell of Los
Angeles.
World's fair semi -finals (doubles):
Charles C. ("reason of San Antonio and
Bi rnp Russ of Sao Antonio.
World's Olymplo championship (doubles):
Reals Wright of Boston and E. W. Leon
ard of Newport; R. W. Leroy of Newport
and A- 8. lioll of Los Angeles; A. Mc&it- i
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EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TRACKS
Carbuncle Wins the Tnrf Handicap
t Sheepshead Bay.
NEW YORK, Sept. 2.-Carbuncle won the
Turf handicap, a mile and a quarter on the
turf, at Sheepshead Bay today. Gunfire,
the favorite, made the running to the
stretch, where Gold Money and Carbuncle
moved up. In a hard drive the latter won
by half a length from Gold Money, who
was a length and a half in front of Gun
fire. Results:
First race, six furlongs: Quadrille, 10 to
1, won, Bulwark second. Sir Brlllar third.
Time, 1:14. .
Second race, six and one-half furlongs:
Counterpoise, ( to 1, won, Canajoharie sec
ond. Sovereign third. Time, 1:104s.
Third race, mile and a furlong: Dekaber
20 to 1, won, Palmbearer second, Marmee
third. Time, 1:63.
Fourth race, mile: Broomstick, 9 to 10,
won. Molly Brandt second, llurstboume
third. Time, 1:5&H.
Fifth nice, rive , and one-half furlongs.
Olseau, 7 to 6, won, Gamara second. Long
order third. Time, l:06Vfc.
Sixth race, mile and a quarter on turf,
handicap: Carbuncle, 4 to 1, won. Gold
Money second. Gunfire third. Time, 2:07.
CHICAGO, Sept 2. Results at Harlem:
First race, five and a half furlongs: The
Belle, 7 to 1, won, One Way second. El
Otroa third. Time: 1:07. '
Second race, steeplechase, short course:
Cardigan, 18 to 6, won, Lingo second, Dom
inique You third. Time: 4:34.
Third race, mile and a quarter: Shawana,
94 (Aubuchon), 8 to 2, won, Princess Tulane
second, Alma Dufour third. Time:
Fourth race, six furlongs: The Crisis, 1
to 5, won, Frontenac second, Alllsta third.
Time: 1:13.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Lord Dixon 13
to 6, won. Cutter second, Envoy third.
'lime: 1:14.
Sixth race, one and a quarter miles:
Major Man sir. 3 to 10. won. Barilla second.
Charles Miller third. Time: 2:08ft.
won, The Fog second. Tarn O'Shanter
tnird. Time: i:i3
RT TIIIIS. Snt. 2. Results:
First race, six furlonsrs. selling: Back
Number, 7 to 2, won, Uetest second, Mag
honl third. Time: 1:16.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
purse: Joe Graham, 10 to 1, won, Elenlka
second. Mabel Blmms third. Time: 1:10.
Third race, six furlonsrs. selling: Aline S.
4 to 1, won, Hasel H second Tangible third.
Time; 1:16.
Fourth race, six furlongs, purse: Mafalda,
6 to 5. won, Felix Mosses second, Marquis
Le car abas tnira. lime: i:m.
Fifth race, five and a half furlonars.
purse: Anadarico, to 1, won, Piatt second,
Cocoata third. Time: 1:08ft. l
Sixth race one mile and a sixteenth:
Juba, .12 to 1, won, Varro second, Scalper
third. Time: 1:48ft.
DETROIT, Sept. 2. Results at Highland
Park:
First rare, sir furlonsrs: Fade Awsy. I to
1. won, LUa Noel second, Lady Radnor
third. Time: 1:10.
Second race, five and a half furlongs:
Annie Chapman, 3 to 1, won, Muoson sec
ond, Daisy Dean third. Time: 1:11V
rnira race, six turiongs: Mary worm, i
to 2. won. Ben Mora second. Optional third.
Time: 1:17ft.
f ourtn race, nve ana a nan turiongs:
Panamanian 5 to 2. won. Mum second.
Arrah May third. Time: 1:04.
fifth race, one mile ana an eigntn: uiu
Woods,. 4 to 1, won, Santa Teresa second,
Water Tower third. Time: 2:02.
Sixth race, one mile: Little Boy. 4 to t,
won. Edward Hale second. Marshal Ney
third. Time: 1:46. .
Jnnlor City Tennla Ton r ney.
The following are the results In the junior
tennis tournament, which was continued
yesterday and which has now reached the
semi-finals:
Lee beat Gallagher, 14, 6-1.
Ovltt beat A. Potter, 4-6. t-2, 4-1.
Doubles:
Lee and Dlnnlnc beat Brown and Gal
lagher. 6-1. (-2.
Koch and Leonard beat the two Roths
childs, -2. 6-2.
The two Potters boa Fair and Barkalow,
(-4. 6-4.
Lee and West beat the two Potters, 8-3,
8-1.
Consolation singles:
M. Lee best Dinning. 7-5. 4-8, 7-5.
,' Hoel beat Fair, 8-2, 16, 6-1.
Hoel beat Havens, 6-3, 8-1
Th. finals between Ovltt and Lee will be
played off this afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp.
Brennan Wlas'Broaeho Contest.
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Roadster Clnb Promisee Useh Sport
for This Afternoon.
The program for today's matinee at the
Sprague street driving tracks . is one of
tne oiggest ana best the committee has
arrangeu or some time. It Includes four
names races, a special saddle race and
two running races, thirty horses alto
gether being booked to appear. Eddie D
will have a chance to get even with Michael
Angelo, as both are down for the class
C pacing. There will also be a four
wheeled road wagon race, and as all lo,ur
horses are about as even as they can be,
the race is expected to be the closest on
the list. Lady Bell, a new mare owned
by Mr. Henderson, will have to pace
against the old experienced spiked tail,
Michael Angelo, ana others of his class.
Lady Bell ran last matinee and her show
ing then leads her backers to believe Mr.
Wetherbee' and Mr. Dietrich will have
their hands full to keep from being beaten.
Poverty is picked by many as the winner
for the class A pacing, and Mr. Nash's
Sadie N seems to be the favorite In the
class B trotting. Following Is the ' pro
gram: i
Class A, Pacing Sam; b. g. J. F. Morl
arlty; Bell A, b. m.. I William Gaul; Roy
F, br. g.. J. S. Iman; -Poverty, s. m., W.
C. Russell; Nannie Lee, g. m., E. Wick
ham Class B, Trotting Myrtle .Boy, blk. g.,
T. C. Byrne: Medium, b. g.. T. A. Harris;
General Nuttlnham,- a. g., R. H. Healan;
eaoie is. s. n., IT. A. Nash; Almont, jr.,
W. H. Dudley.
Class C, Pacing Mlchsel Angelo, br. g-,
M. E. Wetherbee; Lady Bell, br. m., A.
M. Henderson; Jonnle, s. g., J. S. Iman;
Eddie D, br. g.', Ed Dietrich.
Class D. free-for-all. Trotting and Pacing
(four-wheel road waaonsi Robert, b. g.. O.
J. Mllllgan; Roy P, blk. m., 8. S. Randolph;
Robbie Post, br. g., O. C. Reddlck; George,
b. g., W. B. Huston. .
Special, Saddle Horse Prince. T. H. Per-
neld; Miss May, Russell Iman.
Running Races First: One-elghth-m!le
dash, five entries; 'second: One-fourth-mile
dash,- live entries; -
GETTING READY FOR FOOT BALI.
lows University Work Will Begin Sep
, V tcmber la.
IOWA CITY, la.. Sept 2. (Special.)
Iowa's preliminary foot ball season will
open here September 12, and Manifger
Henry G. Walker is already In communica
tion with more than thirty candidates, who
win appear on lows neia mat aay. Tne
major portion of tfib '03 eleven will b back
this season, although only a few ill ap
pear until the university actually opens.
The team will be short CaptaluCoulihard
and Walters, two of the vi-rerans, Center
Johnston and Halfback Buckley.
Among the leading new candidates from
wnom mucn is expected Is Kent, a Marsh
alllown high school quarterback, whom
Coach Stag of Chicago university Is re
ported to have sought eagerly, but vainly,
as Kent has a brother on the Iowa faculiv.
The boy Is a cunning base ball slab artist
aiso. feierman or t.eaa, . u.. is a fine
acquisition, and French of Humboldt, who
weighs 180 pounds and can do a hundred
in ii seconds, is a iiaeiy candidate for full
back.
A bunch of good men expected hers th's
season are i;oyie, a speeay man seen here
last year: Baiinger, a carrolllie; Btolten
berg, a nral-clasa end from Shelby: Rov
Buckley, also of Shelby) Hubbard of Ida
Grove; White of Cresco and Knspp of
Dubuque.
The '04 eleven Is expected to show up
much stronger than that ' of last season,
because of experience, If nothing more. The
scneauie ronows:
September 24 Cos at Iowa City.
September 27 August ana at Iowa City.
October 1 Cornell at Iowa City..
October 8 Drake at Des Moines.
October IB Chicago at Chicago.
October 22 Normal at Iowa City.
November 6 Nebraska at Lincoln.
November 12 Grlnnell at Iowa City.
November 19 Illinois at Champaign.
November 24 Minnesota - at Davenport,
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