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THE, BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. JUNE 5. 1900.
13 dependable Worthy th chief place In your home are displayed In larger num ber, comprising more world-renowned instruments here- In our sales rooms than ehown by any other three western1 piano stores. Think pleas of the superb array of quality comprised In the following magnificent line KING JAMES WINS BIG STARE Hildxeth Hone Makes New Record for Brooklyn Handicap. RESTIGOUCHE COMES DT NEXT J. Tl. Keene Esperanto was among the even starter. The John O'Uatint Pint of 2rt sovereigns. for t-yer-olrie. distance five furlongs, M won by Thirty-Three. August Belmont's tnncourt started. Attempt I Made to Interfere with the Layers of Odds Reanlta on Other Treeka. Steinway, Weber. Schmollcr & Mueller, Steger, Hardman. Emerson, McPhail, Mehlin, Steck, Wheelock, Stuyvesant, Chilton Pianos And a Complete Line of Pianola Pianos Never has such a rare treat been offered music-lovers. Fineness of tone distinctiveness in case design reliability in construction re not these considerations to tempt an early call? Our word for It you will be well repaid. Courteous attention always, evtn though you may not purchase. TERMS One Dollar a Wtek SCHMOLLER Ik iUELLEfi PIANO CO. 1311-1313 Farnam St. PIANOS RENTED THREE DOLLARS A MONTH. Ilrand Alteration Sale We have Just B weeks more to soil out our entire line, consisting of 8O,0O0 worth1 of Ladle' Suits, Skirts, Underskirts and Dresses. ) Ladles, we absolutely intend -to dispose of every garment In our store. If style, price and quality will be any Inducement whatever, we can give you decidedly the best bargains evr offered by an Omaha merchant 200 SUITS Values up to $36 going In this sale at only .$11.00 65 White Serge Suits, values up to $42.50, your choice, 815, $17.50 300 Wash Suits, (linen), In all colors, actually $10, at $3.95 45 Pongee Coats, 64 Inches In length, worth up to $26 your choice. $11.90 Long Linen Duster Coats $4.90 600 Skirts, Panamas, Voiles, Silks, French Serges," in all shades, values up to $12.50, your unrestricted choice $3.90 Lower prices than elsewhere at the big provision store. MEAT DEPARTMENT , 10,000 lbs. California Hams (sugar cured) v 8t Roast Beef, (fine shoulder cuts), . .oh 6,000 lbs. Bacon, (4 ami 6-lb. Pces) 12 Good Steaks, per lb.. 10 From 7 to 8 P. M., 500 lbs. Coun try Sausage, lb 5 BITTER, EGGS AND CHEESE Extra fancy creamery, pkg. .29 Extra fancy creamery, bulk.O Pure Peanut Butter, bulk.. 20 New York white or colored full cream cheese i 20 TEA-. AND COFFEE DEPT. We buy, roast and sell the best coffee that can be obtained. Wa roast It rleht and blend It so that the consumer ges the deli cious beverage. You should know Just what our steel cut, sifted goods are and . you can leant all about it by ordering a pound for trial. Mocha Mixture, lb. 35c; 3 lbs., $1 Excelsior Blend, lb 25 Market special, lo 20 Branch of W. L. Masternuui & Co., "the coffee men", 1810 Harney QSSSCaiS R 1! NEW YORK, June 4 . Kin James, .first; Restlgouche. second; Celt, third. Thua Manila the record of the twenty third, renewal of the historic Brooklyn handicap, run today at Gravesend. The three other starters High Private. Frank Gill and Berkeley finished as named, hut were beaten off The time, 2:04. establishes record for the race, being- one-fifth of a second better than the figures nun up last year by Celt. Coupled as the entry of Pam Hildreth, King- James and Rpstigouche were quoted In the betting at 3 to 1 to win and 1 to 2 for place. Restlgouche running alone was variously quoted, as high as 20 to 1 being laid against him to win, 8 to 1 for the place and 4 to 6 to show. James R. Keene'a Celt was held at 1 to S seemingly prohibitive odds and greatly disappointed a host of barkers and made heartsick those of the "memory brokers" who did not have the nerve to lay wagers against him. Though mainly a rare among three horses, the contest was exciting, and In every stage of the game was watched With Interest by the spectators. Especially great was the excitement when furlong from home King James pushed his nose In front of the flying Restlgouche and Inch by Inch crept past him until at the wire he was lead ing his stable mate by a full length, while Restlgouche was three lengths In front of the tired and floundering Celt. Aside from the great performance of Celt, the race run by Restlgouche was the greatest surprise. Never credited with, any too much game- ness, the Keene castoff led from the rise of the barrier to the last furlong and with speed that amazed all those behind him came King James. The; value of the stake today was $T,00 J2.000 less than that of last year. Of this amount the second horse received $700 and the third $300, No attempt was made today to Interfere with the layers-on-odds or betters. Grave send was the scene of the commencement of the betting raids last year and there was much speculation as to how authorities of King county would treat the "memory brokers" today. In the first two races business was slack, owing to the presence of numerous plain clothes men and county detectives, As no Interference was offered to those few who were accepting bets, most of the regular betters Joined their con ferees and openly displayed odds and ac cepted oral wagers. Summaries; First race, handicap, about six furlongs $."00 added: Pemund (1-6. Itulwell. 9 to B) won. Kins- Cobalt (119. Dngan. 6 to 1) sec. ond, Alfred Noble (110. Mclntyre, 7 to 1) third. Time: l:O0V. Jack Atkln, Rialto Etlierial, Royal Onyx, Rosimiro and De sirnus also ran. Second race. S-vear-olds and lip. selling, mile and an eighth, J.'O0 added: The Soulre nns. F. Outran. 1 to 4) won, imitator cm Creevv. 15 to 1) second, (Jolconda (9, Reid 20 to 1) third. Time: 1:63. Coat f Arms, Ileaticlear. Queen of the Hills, t'hanlda, Kllllecrankle and King Sol also ran. Third race. . the Criterion. 2-year-old fillies, five furlongs, 11,000 added: Ocean Hound (114, Srovtlle, 2 to I) won, Angerona (12-. Burns. 16 to fi second, tireenvaie ui Imiran. 6 to 1) third. Time: 1:MH. Cilenna- deane, Jacquelslna, Cindy and Calpytex alio ran. ear-olds and up, one mile and King James (125, IHigan, 3 to it won. Ilestigouche (in. u. tiurns. a to it serond. Colt (127. Bulwell, 1 to 3) third Time: 2:04. Frank Oill. Berk' ley and High Private also ran. King .lames and Rest!- i goiichp coupled In straight and place bet tfner onlv. Fifth racp. 3-yetr-olds. selling, mile and a a xteenth. JftOO added: Bonnie Kelso (lui I'nton. 6 to 1 won, Hammerless (105, 1 mil-ATI 7 to n second. Rostrum (101, M Cahev. 6 to 1) third. Time: 1:4(V. DIs tract, Oushelma. Sheeiiock, Sandpiper Krhet. Obndinh. Court- Lady. Hill Top Racquet, Lighthouse and Lasata also ran Sixth race, maiden 2-year-olds, five fur longs. $400 added: Black Chief (110, Creevy 2S lo II won. Firebox (Rayner. 6 to 1) sec ond. Olopper (110. nugan, 4 to 1) third Time: 1012. Schoolmarm. Creuse. Everett St. Pelniol, Edith Inz, Miss nugan. Uollnet, Coonskln and l nras Chief alBo ran. Allre Wins Handicap. CINCINNATI, O., June 4. A handicap at a mile and a sixteenth was the feature of a good card of six races at Latonla today. Only three horses started In th handicap. Alice, the heavily played sec ond choice, and Moquette, the odds-on fav orlte, fought It out all the way around, Alice finally getting the decision by hnl a length. Moquette beat John F. McMil len a head for the place. Four favorites won. Track muddy. Summaries: First race, five furlongs: Sallan (108, PrtK-Ar, A t,i h won. 7.r-nhv-l (lftA Wimn f50 to 1) second. Chanticleer i'i06. Martin IS to 6) third. Time: 104-,. Slew foot. In ferno. Queen. Lotta Creed. Lady Helen Darling Florence, lva Tanguay and Kiddy Lee also ran. Second race, six furlongs: Painty Pame (107, Page, 11 to 10) won. Sea Swell (99, Mar tin. 8 to 61 second. The Peer (93. K. Wil Hams, 12 to 1) third. Time: LIS. Linolin Salntest, Inla, Carew, Font, Enfield and Kyronda also ran. Third race, mile and one-sixteenth: Col onel Blue (97, Taplin. 9 to-10) won, BUI Pullman (109. Page, 5 to 1) second, Oren nde (1)3, Burton. 9 to 2) third. Time: 1:65. Maid Militant, Bannok Bob and Flirting also tan. Fourth race, handicap, mile and one sixteenth: Alice (93. Martin. ,H to 1 1 won. Moquette illii. Powers 1 to 3) second, John F. McMillan 10. Page, Sto 1, third. Time: 1:62. Three starters. Fifth race, five furlongs: Eve White (103 Mountain. 7 to 10) won. Star Porte (107, Page, 6 to 1) second. Redeem (107, Imes. 15 to 1) third. Time: l:01Vr.. C. A. Lelghman, ICthelburg. Ora Pale and Metzle also ran. Sixth race, six furlongs: Snake Mary (106, Lee, 9 to 2) won, Boman UTO Martin, to 5) second. Marmot-en (ll. Page. 12 to 1) third. Time: 1:1 Fielder, Ortalie Llstcr Ine, Heine, Hickey and Sorreltop also ran. Kurt tiary Wins Makes. . H Fourth i H 1 $5,000. 3-y'o M quarter: FLAO TO PLAO CAR AltRlVF.S rathflnder Machine Reaches Mexleo CHy After Hard Trip. MEXICO CITY. Mcx.. June 4 -Fred Spooner, William Knopper and James M. Howard. In the Pathfinder machine for the flag to flag automobile race from Penver to Mexico City via El Paso next October, reached this ctty today at 1:30 o'clock from Tula, w-hlch point was reached only after a hard ride over rocky mountain roads for sixty-five miles In eighteen hours. During the Journey the Pathfinders covered exactly 2.40(1 miles in the thirty-horse power automobile, and of this distance 2.100 miles represented the route of the tour. The days of the travel ing numbered twenty-six. and the path finders believe the route laid out will prove the hardest of tests for the cars. They brought letters to President Pias from Oovernor Shafroth of Colorado and Gov ernor Curry of New Mexico, and letters to the American ambassador. These will be presented either tomorrow or Saturday. George A. wahlgreen or Penver, donor of the flag to flag trophy, will reach this city tomorrow to xonclude arrangements for the event. The start will he made some time in October and the route laid out by the pathfinder, with one exception between El Paso and Chihuahua will be followed. Members of the party say they were well treated by the Mexican people along the route. ' 1510 DOUGLAS STREET mm 30 I DOUGLAS I STREET I f'ornhaakers Go to Iowa. LINCOLN. June 4-(Speclal.-Coach Pr. Clapp of the Nebraska track team Is still confident his athletes stand an excellent chance of winning at the Missouri Valley conference meet at Pes Moines Saturday. Before leaving Lincoln with his team today he said he looked for the best three or four teams to be closely bunched at the end. He thought the biggest fight for first place would be between Nebraska and Oiinnell. the winner of the all-Iowa state college meet last Saturday. The Nebraska men who made the tup are Captain McDonald, hurdles; Wlldman, sprints; Campbell, sprints; Cable, two- mile run: Russell, pole vault; Hammond, pole vault; Hamel, high Jump; 8. Collins, weights; C. Collins, weights; Amberson. half-mile run; Ashbury. mile: Perry, broad Jump; Trump, long distance runs; George, two-mile run. Sidney Defeats North Platte. NORTH PLATE, Neb., June 4 (Special Telegram.) Sidney beat North Platte to day in a slow and uninteresting game. The North Platte team was unable to solve the delivery of McKII)b!n. Score: Sidney . 02001010 04 North Platte 7. OOJOOOOO 0-3 Hits: Sidney, 11; North -Platte, 4. Runs: Sidney. 6; North Platte, 4. Hits: Off Myer, 6 In five Innings; off LoweH, In four In nings. Bases on balls: Off Myers, 2; off McKibbln. 8. Struck out: By Myers, 6; by Lowell, 5; by McKibbln, 7. Pnssed balls: Mann, z: Aa-new. 1. Hattenes: Kinney, McKibbln and Agnew; North Platte, Myers, Lowell and Mann. Anbarn Scalps Indiana. AUBURN, Neb., June 4L (Special Tele rram.) Auburn base ball team defeated the Oklahoma Indians here this afternoon In a fast game of ball, the score being 4 to 0. The game was hotly contested from start to finish, no scores being made until the last half of the seventh inning. Bright of the Auburn team went to bat with Habe, Culwell and Clevinger on bases. On a bunt he made first and Hale home. The Oklahoma pitcher made a bad throw to home and Culwell came in. me ca'cner then made a wild throw to third and Clev- enger landed. Hasty then brought Bright home. The Indians were outclassed by the Auburn team. Sheriff-Ousted for Yielding to Mob Official Declared Derelict in Duty in Allowing- Negro to Be Lynched. MONTGOMERY, Ala.. June 4.-Sherlff Frank Cazalas of Mobile was today de clared guilty and ordered .removed from office by the state supreme court In a de cision which followed the trial of Cazalas on a charge of dereliction of duty in allow ing a negro to be lynched In Mobile on January 21. Ml Our Beautiful Tailored Suits On Sale at a Great Sacrifice A Sale at Orkin's of Tailored Suits The women of Omaha and all surrounding territory have learned to know what a sale at Orkin's means; that it means wonderful bargains; that Orkin Bros, never adver tise merely to fill up space in the newspapers, and when we advertise a great reduction sale you may rest assured that you will find the reductions just advertised marked in plain figures.. This will be one of the greatest sales of the season. All our beautiful tailor made suits at wonderful reductions. $55.00 and $59.50 Tailored Suits, $35.00 These are exclusive styles, hardly two alike. The three-piece suits are beautifully trimmed and the two-piece suits are made in either plain or fancy styles. $55.00 and $59.50 Suits reduced to $35.00 $45.00 and $50.00 Tailored Suits, $29.75 You will find every new model in this collection,, in plain tailored and trimmed designs, made of finest all wool materials and beautifully, tailored. $45.00 and $50.00 Suits reduced to $29.75 $35.00 and $40.00 Tailored Suits, $25.00 A wonderful collection of beautiful models to choose from. These suits are made of finest soliels, satin prunella cloths, imported .suitings and IVencli serges. $35.00 and $45.00 Suits reduced to $25.00 $25.00 and $29.75 Tailored Suits, $15.00 These suits are all perfectly tailored in plain and trimmed designs, made of all wool prunella cloths, fine worsteds, serges and nainsook materials, all are stylish new models. $25.00 and $29.75 Suits reducedto $15.00 Great Sale of Sample Lingerie Dresses We have added several hundred more lingerie dresses to our great stock w go on sale Saturday at wonderful bargain prices. Some of these dresses are v orate designs and some are plain but very beautiful models. $50.00 Lingerie Dresses on sale at $35.00 $39.50 Lingerie Dresses on sale at $25.00 $35.00 Lingerie Dresses on sale at $22.50 $29.75 Lingerie Dresses on sale at $17.50 $25.00 Lingerie Dresses on sale at $19.50 Lingerie Dresses on sale at $15.00 Lingerie Dresses on sale at $12.50 Lingerie Dresses on sale at hich will ery elab- $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 . :$7:50 Up to $5 Shirt WaJst Suits at $1.98 Over 200 stylish shirt waist suits to choose from; made of fine linen lawns and ehambrays. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 shirt waist suits; on sale at VpiaU JIBV BECVHKD FOR JACOBS rrosecntloa Has Presented Most of Its Evidence. STURGIS, 8. D., June 4. (Special Tele gram.) In circuit court this morning the examination of Jurors was continued in the case of Oecar Jacobs, charged with the murder of Elba Roberta, and by noon there were ten, Jurymen In the box. Early this afternoon the Jury was completed. State's Attorney Milek made an opening statement to ihe Jury outlining the state's case, after which Alva Thurston, Mrs. Roberts, the stepmother of the deceased girl; Charles Smlthera. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. White, In whose millinery parlors the tragedy oc curred, and Deputy Sheriff Brown testified In behalf of he state. Court then adjourned until 9 o'clock to morrow morning. WMUi A Fresh from our two million dollar sunlit bakery. Crisp, delicious, nutritious. Try it for breakfast with milk or cream. The Bee for Mil the Sporting News TORONTO, June t.-Fort Gary, an Added starter, captured the $1,500 Stanley produce stakes from a smart field of 3-year-olds t Woodbine today. Summaries: First race. London purse. !?M added, six furlongs: Pooomoke. to 1. won; Simcoe, 9 to 10. second; Many Colors, 20 to 1 third Time 1:14. Second race. Knowsley purse, selling. ISOO added, five furious: Wildfire. 15 to 1 won; Compton, II to 5. second; Chilton yueen. 7 lo t. third. Time 1:02 3-5. Third race, Stanley produce stakes, 1.500 added mile and a iiuarter: Fort Gary, 7 to 2. won; Shore Lake, even, second: Des ert Star, 11 to 5 third. Time. 2:12 2-5. Fourth race. Newmarket handicap, 1600 added, nix furlonus: Kfd River. 2 to 1 won; Center Shut. 5 to 2. second; Purslane' & to 1. third. Time. 1US-5. Fifth rate. I.iunhrart ste plechase. sell lric. $7u0 added, about two mile: F.xpun t'icniiit. 7 to 2. won; Steve Lane. 5 to t, sreond: John Iiillon, JO to 1, third Time t-.m. Sixth race. Hamilton purse, selling, $.',00 added one mile: llreendale, 5 to 1. won; Klnif of Mtst. 7 to 1, second, R6-ll of Jes samine, 6 to 1. third. Time, 1 43. Seventh raiv,. Hamilton pursn. selling. $.M10 added, one mile: Hobble Kean, to 1. won: Zip and Oo even, second; Dennis Stafford, 7 lo 2. third. Time. 1:42 1-5. He. alia at Maiirhe.ter. MANCHESTER. England. June 4 -The Heaufort handicap of 500 sovereigns, for 3-year-olds and upwards, distance five fur lontis. was v.on today by Indian Runner. Proprietor was seeond and Hopton third. H. P. Whitney's Sea Cliff was among the eleven starieis. but was unplaced. The Itrilllfewa tr hnnilli an tt -j VI reigns, for J- uar-olds, distance one rails I ver,1,lnS and a quarter, w as won by balcd Orders. I fcuaineaa. DEATH RECORD. .'Mrs. Ida Mnden Green. CRESTON, la., June 4. Speclal. Mrs. Ida Linden Green, wife of N. H. Green, a hardware merchant of this city, died very suddenly and unexpectedly yesterday aft ernoon at Cottage hospital. About two weeks ago she underwent .an operation and was thought to be entirely out of danger, In fact, was to be discharged to day. About 4 o'clock yesterday . afternoon she complained of a pain In her head, and In a few minutes expired. A diagnosis showed that a blood clot had formed In the Rings, causing death. Mr. and Mrs. Green came to this city six years ago from Grand Island, Neb., and previous to that time they were residents of Sioux City, where her parents still reside. De ceased was but 36 years of age, and beside her husband leave one son, 10 yean old. and her aged parents. Orlslnal Abolitionist Dead. KALAMAZOO, Mich., June -4. Henry K. Montague, one of the three doxen men who organized an abolition party In Michi gan In 1836 at Ann Arbor, Is dead at his home here at the age of 96 years. Mr. Montague was one of the leading agents of the "Underground Railway," by which many fugitive slaves were assisted In their flight to Canada. Orna Wellington. BALSAM LAKE, Wis., June 4. Cyrus Wellington died here today from locomotor ataxia, aged OS. He was for twelve years chief counsel for the Great Northern and later chief private counsel for James ,T. Hill. Mr. Wellington retired eight years ago. , Joan H. Greg. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., June 4 -John H. Gregg, a prominent citizen, dropped dead this afternoon, following a game of golf at the Country club. Mr. Gregg was appar ently In good health when he began the game. He was about 55 years of age. Rev. Henry J. Brace. HOSTON. June 4 News nf the death of Rev. Henry J. Bruce at Panchganl, India, May 4. reached here today. For forty- seven years Mr. Bruce had been one of the Anierican board's missionaries In India He was 74 years old. A Tun of t.old could buy nothing better for female weak nesses, lame back and kidney trouble than Electric Bitters. 50c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Bigger. Better. Busier That's what ad In Tb Be does for your W 'm i BH m. --. Y 3 II M M IU ... n 4 1 i-V. WW These Pianos are Real Bargains During this Great Sale of the Holmes' Piano Stock, we took in exchange a great many good pianos. We do not carry these makes in our regular stock, so we will sell these pianos regardless of their regular value. Here is a partial list: Baldwin, fine condition $290 Ivers & Pond, good tone $150 Wheelock (cost $400 new) $90 Milton, perfect condition $185 Sohmer & Co., cost $600 new $100 Kesler Bros., (good as new) . . ; $100 Steger & Sons, (almsot new) $165 Dodson, (just the piano for a beginner) for $60 Kimball qq Bush & Gerts (almost new). $225 Crown, orchesterial attachment. .. .$125 This is only a few of the great bargains that will be offered Saturday, June 5th. pianos we sell are fully guaranteed. Make your terms. ri n LTLl All I -Wiortnt MUM Pure in the can- Pure in the baking. Never Fails. Try it fr V JEWELERS JM Graduation Presents Tou ran make graduation presents this season for half price by gotting them here. Is It sensible to pay high prices? Wsddlsg FriMste, or any kind of pres ents at half price. Beautiful new stock to select from. Diamonds, watches, brooches. BRODKEY JEWELRY LOAN CO. Souflaa atrset. y Wei if) iilh u SHAKE INTO TOUR SHOES ilea' yabM, a pwd?. RUvm painful, running. arvous !et and tu growl Dg tuilt, and in finally Ukca ta aiiog out of tba corns and bunumi It's tb fittiMt comfort dlocovvry of tb ago Alton rjt-Ka makua tight or now aboo fwol ty. U tt gv cortaln euro for sweating, talioua. swollen, ttrod. acbing ftl Try tt today Moid by all Druii and 8boa Stoma By wiail lor 2&c la ftaoip. loa't coapt any rubstftyt. Trial ptka tfhEai. Addroaa Ua ft. 01aaai4. L Bmm. at. - Veinlander & Smith v Linet ticiusni rg.oisniflgs 317 So. 161ii 'street Graduating Gifts Tans, Kandksrohlsfs, Aprons, Hosiery, OIotm, Bslt Plaa, Xat Mas, Bags. boat wAxrra M Handsomest VT sluts displayed M In Omaha, from 13-60 to T i 2 Ss3 "THE ATI AIUI HEALTH RESORT" HOT SPRINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA Approved bjr Nation and State. Best Climate and Medicinal Springs in America. First Class Hotels, lloapi. lals and Bath Houses. Writ t Bscxstar? Oommrlal Clas, Hot aprtnga. So. Baa. 0, C SCOTT. D.V.S. (Dniimsssr ta Dr. H. I ftamacctotU.) 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