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Tim OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, AFRIL C, 1907.
arnner Bargains to Make Banner Business for Saturday
1
THE RELIABLE TWB
HalUBorcherl
Dress Forms
We handle all styles
of dresa forms prices
range from $1.50 to $12
Special Sale of Ladies Gloves
Votir rrrry Glove wUh find exprelon In onr grst display of
'Cloves for spring wear, and bj Importing direct from, the manufac
turer In large quantities, buying for rah, we are enabled to secure the
very bout bargains obtainable. . No one with Oloves to bay should
ml h this sr.le.
Ladles atld OIotm It-button length, alt color and
worth regularly 38.76. at ia.50
tadies Lamb Skis Olores -12-button length, all colors
In Saturday's sale at ...H.98
Ladles' 13.00 Kid GIotss 8-button length. In black and
Color baterday ' Ba
Ladles' Xid Glores With one large clasp, all latent
shades and worth $1.00. at, pair 89o
Ladles? Bilk Glores 18-button length, with double
ftng-r tips, blurk. white or colors tl.49
Ladles' 16 Button Milt GIotss Silk finished, worth
11.50 npecli.1 Saturday,- at Mo
I ron Till 10 A. J. ladles' list gloves In black only,
extra tine quality 12 and It button length, worth ll.no
limit of 2 pair to a customer, at BOO
Ladles' Short' Silk and Lisle Gloves Sold up to 50o
pair, In Saturday's sale o
Ladies' 18-Button Lamb Skin Gloves Well worth IIM
a pall- special bargain at 11.60
Ladies'. Underwear Specials
Always lesv'ein In variety of showing, onr special sale values
create the greatest buying enthusiasm. Never were more pleasing
values shown than In our great April sale.
I i v
rs. v
4s
Great Manufacturers' Stock Sale Saturday
As premised in March, we will begin our Annual Manufacturers Stock Sale April 6th.
Manufacturers' Stock of Ladies' Tailor Suits.
Manufacturers' Stock of New Spring Coats.
I Manufacturers Stock of Skirts and Waists.
Ladles' Jersey Knit Vests and
Pant Worth regularly to 89c,
pants are lace trimmed, vests
have long or short sleeves; snap
" ".relay at 15
4ea' Muslin Q o w n s Nicely
dimmed, generously proportion
Zed, worth to $2.00 per garment;
sal a prices, 98c, 75c and. . .50?
Ladles' Knee Pants and Vests
With fancy yokes, -worth up to
25c; in two lots, at 5 and 10
Ladies' Corset Covers and Drawers
Lace trimmed, good materials;
special Saturday 25
Ladies' Hkirts Lace and insertion
trimmed, Bold regularly at $1.00;
In Saturday's sale at 69t
$20 Silk Suits at $8.95.
Sample Silk Suits In
jumper, suspender and
shirt waist styles, made
of the best taffetas
manufactured to sell at
$15, $18 and $20; in
Saturday 's sale at
choice $8.93
$35 Tailor Suits -Made
of fine imported mater
ials, both plain and
fancy, very latest de
signs, over 200 to select
from, choice ..$22.50
Stylish Spring Coats
the entire line of Cohen
& Coleman, ' 5th Ave.,
N. Y., secured by our
New York buyer at 50o
on the dollar.
200 Covert and Plaid
Coats, in box semi-fitting
and tight fitting
styles, worth in a regu
lar way up to $7.50
Saturday at ...$3.95
400 Handsome Coats, in
fine 'Mohegan coverts,
strapped and tailored
effects, regular $12.50
values, Saturday
at $7.95
best known manufacturers in fine voiles and other wanted
Elegant Voile Sklrte The entire sample line of one of the
fabricB, values up to $10.00; Saturday at . $4.05
women s sa.uu ana io.uv waiting omris at JJSii.UO
SATURDAY 19 CHILDREN'S DAY.
200 nobby plaid Coats, trimmed In combination colors,
worth $2.50; Saturday at $1.50
Children's Covert Coats $4.00 values; In Saturday's sale
at $1.98
Children's Coats Worth to $5.00, In reds, blues, tans and
' checks and fine pongees; Saturday at $2.98
Handsome Waists Worth $5.00, in nets, Japs, linens,
lawns and lingeries, splendid assortment of styles
at $2.95
Women's $2.00 Lawn and Lingerie Waists; In Saturday's
sale at, choice 95
From 8 Till f A. M. Women's Kimonos 15
From 8:30 Till 9:30 A. M. Health Bloom Underskirts,
$2.00 values, at $1.00
From 9: Till 10 A. M. Women's Long Kimonos. . .59(
From 9:30 Till 10:30 A. M. Women's $1.25 Wrappers
at
49
Ladies9 Hosiery
Special
The most delightful bargain
in high grade hosiery shown
this season.
Ladks' Pure Silk Hose Sam
ples and odd lots, worth up to
$2.50 a pair, at $1.00
Ladies' Hose Embroidered
and lace lisle, all new shades,
sold everywhere regularly at
$1.00 sale price, pair . . .50t
Ladies' Hose Regular 50c
values,"uiostly samples, on upe
cial sale, at 19t
Ladies' and Children's Hose
Regular 25c values in Friday's
sale at. . . . . ,.12 and 10
The most complete line of fine silk
hosiery shown' in Omaha,
them.
AbL to see
Speca Lace Sale
A new lot of Val. and Torchon Laces in
broken sets, worth regularly 10c, 15c and
20o per yard on sale Saturday, at,
per yard 5t
Corset Cover Embroideries
A beautiful line of full 18-inch corset cover
embroideries on sale Saturday in three
lots, at, yard 19, 29, 49
Book Department
Regular 25c books, splendid line of titles
Saturday, each . . . .12Vfct,
Regular 10c Novels, Saturday, each . . .5t
Hand Colored Post Cards A fine new
line, 10c values, special at 2 for 5
50o box of Writing Paper, special . . .23
Bicycle Playing Cards, per pack. . . . .13
Steam Boat Playing Cards, per pack 7Ys
THE RELIABLK STORE
turn
s In the. pew vt V
than In imst TJ -V.
lion City Laces
We have the sole agency for
these beautiful wash laces
In Omaha; new lot Just re
ceived; prices, 5,to 25
Hew Corsets New Corsets
There Is no reason why a good corset should not feel Just as com
fortable after a few months wear as on the first day. If the bones slip
p m the casings, the loose cloth rumples Into
ridges, and is exceedingly unromfortahle, don't
blame the corset it was probably a good one but
It did not fit yon. The selection of a proper
model Is necessary to the perfect fit. That's the
reason we carry complete llne of all the best
makes j the reason we engage salesladies capable
oi selecting the most suitable style and properly
adjusting mem.
M. m O. Tapering Waist Corsets
aprtna; models are even more popular
"""n ' men excellence in quality Is too well i-
' known Ia r. mnn.tnn . n. a.
.... ,v ...... .i., v,. " V uttto Biyips lu mm
all figures, at, from 91.00 to $3.00
It's a pUsaure to show yon onr eomplsta lines.
lf3ron hv a prafereao for Kubo. Warner
Ilust Proof. Thomson Ulovo Fitting. W. B., Nuforni
or other standard makes we have them in all heat
models.
Oomplcta Una of the Celebrated Bon Ton Cor
sets Shown tl.00 cornets, standard nta.k-. long
hip models, with hose aupportera, sld and front
apeclal at 3
Saturday Shoe Sale
Men's Sample Shoes, Regent brand, patent colt, vici kid and box calf;
all new shapes, $3.50 and $4.00 shoes, at $2.50
400 pair ladles', fine vlcl kid lace and button oxfords, with patent
tips, $2.60 values, at . $1.50
Men's fine patent colt and gun metal calf oxfords, stylish tip toes
at co ok
p .4 l
Packard's men's patent colt, vlcl kid and gun metal calf oxfords $3.50
Stetson's new up-to-date oxfords and shoes, all leathers. , $5.00
For Ladles Queen Quality, newest style, and Grove's soft shoes for
tender feet.
1 ,J
Mi- I ! "rVV'A S
Beautiful Spring Millinery
Our brilliant showing of authentic millinery styles for
spring, together with the very reasonable prices quoted
has resulted in phenomenal selling since the opening of the
season. There's exclusive
personality in our designs,
most pleasing to the lady
who cares.
Elegant Trimmed Hats In almost
unlimited assortment, attractive
ly priced, at $10.00, $8.60, $7.50
nd $0.75
Ask to See Our Distinguished
Hat, at $5.00
Children's Leghorns Neatly trim
med, best values shown in the
city, at $5.00 down to $1.69,
$1.25 and .98
Flowers and Foliage All fresh,
new goods; prices 69c, 39c, 19c
and 10
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures
' " Here.
Hi?nim'aiiafflKlinli::i:::vv,iiii'iii"iiff'ifiTiB
Best Styles in Men's
Furnishings
No place will you find the equal of our
furnishing stock in variety, up-to-date J
style ideas or in lowness. of price quality
considered.
A complete new line of the celebrated
Griffon brand shirts just received qual
ity and fit guaranteed the best shirt
ever offered at $2, $1.50, 98c
High Grade Madras Shirts in newest pat
terns and colors, cuffs attached or de
tached, worth to $1, Saturday sale.49c
Boys' Shirts, Shirt Waists and Blouses
The very best line in Omaha, .49c, 75c, 98c
Our Men's Neckwear Department will be a
center of attraction Saturday even better bargains
than those of last week will be offered. Don't
miss them.
Men's Ties In clubs, foiir-ln-hands, tecks, shields,
etc., fine silk, regular 50c values; special at. .25
Finest Quality Silk Ties In the newest shades and
colorings, attractive values at $1.50, $1.00, 75c
50
and
Popular Music at
Popular Prices
All the Latest Hits-9c a Copy
Any Three Copies 23c.
Add 1 cent postage per copy in or
dering by mall.
All the latest popular hits will be
played and sung In the new concert
music department.
Cinderella (new instrumental hit)
Song My Sweetheart Sang (beautiful
ballad).
Can You -Keep a Secret (vocal).
Under the Tropical Moon (latest
success).
Mid the Fields of Golden Rod (vocal).
How'd You Like to Like a Girl Like
Met
Vanity Fair (new Intermezzo).
Black Cat Rag (new).
Impatient Jane (two step).
Breath of the Rose (waltz).
Mickey Finn (new two step).
Arrah Wanna (vocal).
Take Me Back to Dixie.
Good, Old U. S. A. (great march song).
Men's Hose
Fine Lisle Hose Full. fash
ioned in plain colors or
embroidered that would
sell regularly up to 50c-"
choice 19
Men's Hose worth 25ftin.all
new colors f '
Men's Hose blacks, y S
fancies, worth regulrly"T5c;
Saturday, 3 for 25
Why Not Save On Your ' Grocery Bills
-lb. can Mustard Sardines (special). Eo
83 lbs. Beat Para Can Granulated
Sugar lor y 11.00
12 bara beat Laundry Soap) I6o
10-lb. aacka Best White or Tellow
Cornmeal 10
10 pounds beat No. 1 Hand Picked
Navy Beans 25o
10 lbs best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal. 25c
Bromangelon, Jellycon, Jello or D'Zer-
ta, per package 1i0
S-lb. cans Golden Pumpkin, Hominy,
Squash, Bauer Kraut, Baked Beana
or Apples, per can I0
011 or Mustard Sardines, per can ,.l4o
KKg-O-Soe BroakfitBt Food, pkg- ...7Mio
lr. Price's nreakfast Food. pkg. 8 l-8o
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg o
Orape-Nuts, per pkg 9c
The Best Soda Crackers, per lb o
The best XXXX Ginger Snaps, lb ...So
Fancy California Pnines, per lb c
The Best Cleaned Currants, per lb...(c
The Beat Muscatel Raisins, per lb ...tc
The best Cal. Dried Orapea, lb . ...Hc
The beat Dried Applea, per lb 6c
The best Seeded Raialns, per pkg. ...tc
The Best Evaporated Bartlett Pears,
per pound litte
The best Kvap. Pitted Plums, lb..lZtao
raiBK rBTJITS AJfD VEGETABLES,
Z.E8S TEAS KABXIT TXICIS.
2 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce Bo
Fancy Head Lettuce, each 5c
6 bunches Fresh Onions Sc
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, per lb ...12Vto
Fresh Peas, per quart 5c
Quart boxes Fancy Ripe Strawberries
for , 11 He
Fresh Pie Plant, per pound Jo
Cranberries, per quart 6e
2 bunches Fresh Parsley Be
2 bunches Fresh Beets 5o
S bunches Fresh Carrots , 10a
2 bunches Fresh Turnips 5e
New Cabbage, per pound 2Ho
Large, Juicy Lemons, per doaen ....10
fancy Brazil (.ocoanuta. each
Fancy California Figs, per pkg
Fancy Imported Figs, per pound
c
. .4c
2t,
THc
SAYSM
GRANITEWARE SALE SATURDAY
Preserving Kettles, worth 25o ea..9o
Lipped Sauce Puns, worth 2Bo ea..9o I
Jiong Handled Water Dippers, ea..9o
Pudding Pans, large, dpep 9c
tfic Knamoled Frying Pans 8o
Drinking Cups. Basting Spoons... So
Large Dish Pans, on sale 15c
Enameled Wash Basins, large slse to
BIG BROOM 1A.X.B 8ATVKDAT .
4- Tle Parlor Brooms, each, guar
anteed 15o
5- tle Brooms we do not guarantee. 10e
4-Foot Step Ladders, on sale ....lEo
Mrs. Pott's 6-piece Sad Irons, set 65o
No. 1 Galvanized Tubs, on stile... 4 So
No. 8 Heavy Tin Galvanized Bottom
Wash Boilers 49o
10-qt. Flaring Pails, each 5c
With every can of paint, varnlnh
or Jap-a-lac at 10c or up we will
give, a good paint brush FREE.
H-pt. cans Varnish Stains, Enamels
and Mixed Paints . jg0
Jap-a-Lac, in all sizes and colors at,
up from '. j 5C
Paint Brash Pres Saturday.
DOJf'T KISS THKSB 8V0 AMD 60
SPECIALS
2no sets Children's Garden Tools, at
per set go
5o Base Balls and Bats, at, each 8Ho
Heavy Wire Kgg Beaters 2 He
Dover Egg Beaters, worth 15c, at .Bo
Hardwood Tooth Picks, 6c packages,
for il o
, Bo rolls Toilet Paper ..280
1 10c rolls Toilet Papor lo
Chopping Bowls, each So
Feather Dusters, each Be
15c Nickel Plated Cream Pitchers.! 60
16c Nickel Plated Spoon Holders.
each, at .,.8e
Perforated Chair Seats cc
JpBVBEATS THE IASICaSS
Eomrke'i Cjo'one Etta Cver Comiikej'i
Bcservs List Whita Eov.
GRAHAM IS THE WONDER- OF THE OAY
Crelsfctoa Vnlverslty Team Makes
Great Showing Against tka Netr
b Men of Chicago Am erica a
Leaguers. l t
The second division of the world's cham
pions was defeated by Pa's Colts at Vin
ton Street park Friday afternoon In a
even-inning ccnteM by the score of 1 to
A. They were able, however, by good luck
to win from the Crelghton university team
by the score of J to 1. Comlskey bad di
vided bla squad luto two parts and hud the
Prat team playing at Louisville, while he
Seat the recruits and subatltutes, in charge
of h'.s son Louis, for a visit to several
Western league towns. 8U.UX City, Lincoln
and theS) Omaha took them into camp.
- The wcond game of, he double-header
yesterday afternoon was arranged on short
notice by Father Whalen of Crelghton uni
versity, whe was formerly a pitcher for the
Chicago team, lie tok the matter up di
rect with Comlskey, who said all right.
Txo games with the thermometer ranging
aroundtero was quite a task, but neverthe
less some i0U fans turned out to welcome
the world's champions, even though there
were no champions along.
It was really p.tirul to see the world's
champions striving for one little run, but
St. Louis Thompson was prtliess and acted
as though, he had ome sort of a grudge
agaitiKt the world-laters, for he did not
let one of them reach first base the four In
nings he pitched. When McNeeley went to
work in the fifth Inning he was aim,' at as
bad, but Captain Fianck dropped an easy
ihup in tho fifth which let one man rach
and In the tlxth Inning Cheney hit a
cratch by the pitcher which was followed
j.t k 1 VUrk
I iUr J I Free Bsmsle. Adenjs Deet. a.
--.r-..- - 1-111
The Chine
That Chines Quickest
by Autrey dropping an easy fly, but that
was all there was to it. They could not
score.
Graham la the 'Wonder.
The Omaha bunch, on the other hand.
played liko a flock of whirlwinds and kept
the crowd keyed up In expectancy to see
what the next brilliant coup would be. Gra
ham, the Grand Island recruit, was the hit
ol the entire game. He fielded like a Bobby
Wallace and hit like a Stone and ran bases
like Chance himself. He made hard pick
ups and ran back on high flya. He sprinted
from first to third on a sacrifice and was a
regular all-round terror.
The only score of the game was made by
Graham In the second inning. Dolaji had
been hit with , a pitched ball and Bolden
struck out, when Graham came to bat and
got a poke In the slats a well. Townsend
was next up and he hit the ball to Qulllln
on third, who touched third, putting Joe
Dolan out. and then tried to throw over
the bleachers In a try at first for Town
send. Before the ball was recovered Ora
ham had crossed the plate. Graham batted
1000, made the onJy run In the game, had
three putouta and four assists, a fairly good
record for his first appearance In fast 00m
pany.
Collegians Get Rattled. '
The opening game o the double-header
was between the White Sox and Crelghton
university and had the collegians not suf
fered a little stage fright In the opening
Inning and had a little hard luck in the
game Louie Comlskey might have had the
loss of two games to telegraph to his II
lustrlous pa.
Lanlgun walked the first Sox, who was
Qulllln. and O'Neill hit for a single. Wei
ll ay walked and Qulllln scored on a wild
pitch. Towne hit a grounder to Mullen,
who threw to first Instead of trying for
O'Neill at the home plate and two runs
were made.
Again in the second Flene led off with a
.single, stole second and came home when
Vheney hit a grounder to Steen. Crelgh
tun's run was made In the second Inning.
Flshnack'led off with a double, went to
third on Towr.e s wild throw and came
borne on Fitzgerald's Infield out.
.The St. I'ajl team will be here for games
this afternoon and Sunday.
Tho score:
CHICAGO. '
All. R. II. PO. A. E.
Lanlgan, p 2 0 0 2 0 0
Totals 18 1 2 16 6 1
Crelghton Runs 0 1 0 0 01
Hits 1 1 J) 0 1 1
Two-bi.se hit: Flshback. Wild Ditch:
Lanlgan. First base on balls: Off Lanl
gan. 1. Struck out: By Lanlgnn, I; by
Freeman, 7. Left on bases: Crelghton. 2;
Chicago. 1. Double play: Kellers to Mc-
Nally. stolen bases: Klene. Steen. Time:
0:60. Umpire: Goorgs Clark
OMAHA.
Qulllln, Sn...
O Nelll, If...
Wel.lay, cf.
Towne, c
I.ajeune, ss.
Djliduii, 2b..
Feine. if
t'heney, lb..
Freeman, p.
II.
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
PO.
0
0
8
0
2
1
4
0
Totala 1
2 16
Stern. 3b
MulK-n.
ls-!ny. lb....
MrNaliy. 2b..
KiMitiat k. rf.
Fuftgerttld, O.
!irs, lf...
UcSftane. If.,
CRE13HTON.
AB R. H. PO. A.
0
Austin, Sb
AB.
1
R. H. PO. A. E.
Frank, ss 2
Autrey, If
Welch, cf .
Dolan, lb ..
Belden. rf
Graham. 2b 1
Townaend, o 1
Thompson, p 1
McNeeley, p l
1
0
0
1
10
0
2
0
0
Totals 19 t
CHICAGO.
AB. R,
2 21 10
Qulllln. Ib ...
O'Neill. If ...
Welduy, cf .
Towne, o ...
Lajeune, ss .
Dundon, 2b .
Flene. rf ....
Patterson, lb
Cheney, p ...
... 8
... 8
... 8
... 8
... 3
... 8
... 2
... 2
...24
H. PO. A.
0 2 3
1
0
0
0
0
0
among the leaders and was not' much of a
fielder, still his headwork Insured him a
place on the Browns until Injuries put him
out of the business. Sugden Is another
old St. Louis player who was long the hero
of the fans for the backstop position. Both
games will be called at 8:30.
The lineup:
Omthii. Position. St. Paul.
Dolan. ..M First base Nordyke
t ry first base
Graham
White
Austin
Franck
Autrey
Welch
Belden.
Gondlng
Townsend...
Thompson...
McNeeley...,
Hall
Sanders
Ragan
Mots
0 0
0-1
0 0
0 0
2 1 0 0 f-a
1 1 0 0 02
First base on
Totals 24 0 . 1 18 8 2
Omaha
rtuns 0 1 0 0 0 9 ..l
Hits o i i o
Chlrago
Runs 0 0
Hits 0
Chicago runs
Hits
Wild pltcln McNeeley.
balls: Off Cheney. 1. Hit by Ditched ball
Hy Cheney, 2. feiruck out: By Cheney, ;
by Thumpaon, 4; by McNeeley, 1. Left on
nuses: Omaha. 6; Chicago. J. Sacrifice
hits: Frank, Townsend. Time: 0:60. L'ra
tire: Geoige Clark. Attendance, 7u0.
Danny Sheehau Joins llssi City.
SIOUX CITY, la.. April 6-Speclal.J -Announcement
has been made by President
Duncan of the Puckers that he finally has
come to terms with Danny Sheehan. and
the red-headed ball player will arrive this
wtek to resume his old station at third
base. Ihe disagreement was over salary.
This Is good news for the fans who have
been much grieved at the prospect of a
season without Danny 6heehan. The root
ers have ehown much enthusiasm over the
makeup of the Packers since the clean-cut
victory over the Chicago White Sox No. I
team on Wednesday. Jarrott, Hall and
Stlinmel showed great form In the box
and undoubtedly ,they will be retained as
regular pitchers. Sheehan Petit and Spies
will do back-stop work. Foster, Weed and
Danny Sheehan will guard the baaea, and
It lies between Frost and Granville and
Mtsse as to who will play shortstop. Bauer,
Nobllt and Campbell make a strong out
field. Hush) la still to be heard from.
Manager Dave Williams is well satisfied
with his bunch of players snd expresses
great confidence In their landing near the
top.
Saints Play Two Games.
The St. Psul American association team
will he at Vinton street park Saturday end
Sunday afternoon for two games with the
Kourkes. For several yeara this Mini has
ln one of the beat In that league and Is
touted as Having a good crowd tills year.
DW k Padden, the old St. I-ouis captain and
socond baseman. Is with ttie Saints again
this year. Pud-len was for years re,og
mrcd as the headiest player In the base
kail business. While be could not nil
Second base...
Second base...
Third base
...... Shortstop .....
, I-eft field
Center field....
......Right field
Catcher
Catcher
Pitcher
Pitcher
, Pitcher
Pitcher
Pitcher
Pitcher
Padden
...Vorpagel
Me vers
Miller
....Koehler
Adams
Snyder
...Aibogaat
Smith
I. Roy
,R. Adams
GAMES BETWEK BIG I.KAGIF.R9
St. Louis Nationals One to tka Gqo4
In Seven-Game Series.
BT. LOUI8, April B, The local National
league team defeated the Americans today
6 to 4 In the fifth of the seven-game series
to decide the championship of the city.
The games now stand three to two In favor
of the Nationals. Score:
R.H.B.
Nationals 0 0 0 0 ) 2 1 0 16 7 0
Americans 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 24 10 6
Batteries: Americans, Howell and Steph
ens, nationals, narger aid Aiaranau.
Three Slralaht for Nationals.
PHILADELPHIA. April 8. The Phlla-
aeipnia XNatlonals today won their third
r asm r--
I I It 1
You can wear a MCKIBBIN
anywhereand feel well
dressed.
There's a satisfaction about
knowing your headpiece is
right in style as well as
v quality. Sec the new
McKibbio fiats 5 3
Best Dealers
straight game from the local Americans In
the annual spring series, score:
R.H.B.
NaUonals 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 0-7 1 0
Americans 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 82 8 1
Batteries: Nationala. Sparks and Jack-
lltHch; Americans, Vlckers and Schreck
Umpires: Connelly and Emslle.
INDIANAPOLIS. April tv-The Chicago
National league team defeated the local
American association team today. Score:
K.H.K.
Chicago 10101001 482
Indianapolis .. 010000000141
Batteries: Chicago, Overall and Moran;
Indlanupnlls, Burwell and Holmes.
COLL'MBl'S, O., April 5. The Columbus
American association team today shut ont
the Cincinnati Nationals. Score: R.H.K.
Columbus ..... 0 0200000 181
Cincinnati .... 000 ( 00000-032
Batteries: Columbus, Upp, Geyer and
Blue; Cincinnati, Kennedy, Chappelle and
Raaa.
HEW YORK. NATIONALS AT HOME
MeGraw Says His Team la in Cham
pionship Form.
NEW YORK. April 6. John MeGraw and
his National league base ball team arrived
today and went to the Polo grounds for an
hour of uractice. The team has Just com
peted the trip to Los Angeles, where It got
Into playing condition for the coming sea
son
Following today's practice the manager
declared he was welt satisfied with the con
fidence of the players and expressed confi
dence that they would go into the first reg
ular game of the season next Thursday
In championship form. The opening game
will be with the Philadelphia club at the
Polo grounds.
After a two hours' practice tomorrow the
team will play Yale.
TO PICK A STAYS WITH SHIVELY
National Commission Rolee Against
Draft of the Western Leagne.
KANSAS CITY, April 6 rSpecial Tele
gramsThe much discussed question aa to
whether Tooek would be round in the
ranks of the Western association this
season or If the best paying town In the
Brjveiy circuit wouia oe nweraea io mt
Western league has at last neen aeuiea
President Shlvelv todsy received a tele.
gram from August Hermann, chairman of
the national commission, slating mat it
had been, decided not to diHturb the circuits
in the west at pre ten I. This action will be
made official at a meeting of the national
commission to be held in Cincinnati tomorrow.
Dates of Lather CoUege.
DECORA H, la., April i. (Special.)
Luther college has announced Its base ball
schedule as tentatively adopted, as follows:
April 1A Lenox at Decorah,
April 248. U. I. at Decorah.
May 8 Coe at Decorah.
May 10 Nebraska University at Decorah.
May 16 Minnesota University at Minns
spoils. May 14 St. Thomas at Minneapolis.
May 17 St. Olaf at Northfleld.
May P t'arleton at Decorah.
May 23 St. Thomas af Decorah.
May SI St. Olaf at Decorah.
June 7 Cornell at Decorah.
One More Little Kirk.
OMAHA. April 8-Mr. C. L. Thomas,
Sporting Editor of The Ile: As our base
ball team was left out cf your classifica
tion Sunday I think It Is only right for us
to Inform you of the matter so It will be
adjusted. As we are a new organisation
snd will be classed on the appearance I
think that you will see that we are to bo
la class B, as we are to play the O. R. kJ.
K., People's Store, Ramblers and Stors
teams, all of these are In class B. Thank
ing you for all past favors and prompt at
"tlon which you have shown I remain
yours truly, J. H. M DONOUGH.
mumager of Royal Archates iwere Clark
Athletics.)
Exchange Team Takes First Game.
The Real Estate Exchange team opened
Its season last evening at Diets ball park
with the Clark Athletics, in which the lat
ter evinced a material lack of early prac
tice and conaequently played a loose game,
losing to he Exchange by the score of 23
to 8. The Exchange team was In better
form, but made several errors, on which
the Clarks scored their three runs. Nord-
Strom, pitcher for Kxchange, seemed to be
in mid-season condition, letting the Clarks
down with, but a single hit, while both of
the Clark pitchers were hit hard, being
toucnea up tor eleven nits, rour two-baae
'and one three-base hits. The Clarks how
ver, did not have their full regular. team
Atlantis Team Gets Dnsy.
ATLANTIC, la., April 6 8peclal.)-The
Merchants' Greys base ball club of this
place has ordered the uniforms for the
season. They will be a blue gray with
white stripe In the stockings. The mrr
chants of the city donated the suits. The
season will open next Thursday. The
grounds will be Improved snd the grand,
stsnd enlarged considerably. They are open
for games with any amateur or semi-professional
team in the state.
Warn em Throws Klank.
LINCOLN. April 5. Oscar Vaim of 8t.
Louis tonight defeated Kmll Klank of
Omaha In a stubliorn wrestling match.
Wasem won both fulls, the fiist requiring
an hour and a quarter.
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