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P?1 111 Muslin Underwear Bargains An immonso stock of snowy under muslins, offered at sacrifice prices for quick clearance. Beautiful Skirts Samples and odd lota, not a garment worth less thnn $2.1)0 and up to $5.00 dainty styles, splendid assortment, at $1.50 Gowns, that sold to $2.00, splendid vari ety of dainty styles; on sale in two lots, at G9c and 08c Drawers and Corset Covers; many worth regularly to $3.00, to close at, choice, only. . . . .49c, 75c, 98c and $1.50 Gowns That sold regularly and well . worth 50c, at 29c Ladies' Union Suits Jersey ribbed lisle, biggest snap ever, at 50c Children's Vests All sizes 10c Ladies' 19c Vests Tape neck and arms, each 10c Ladies' Jersey Knit Pants, at, pair 15c Pre-lnventory Sale of Shoes Will make a new record in the Bhoe department Saturday. We are making new records each succeeding Saturday but this sale with our closing out of the balance of the Bank rupt Shoe Stock of the D. Ji Allen Co. will make it worth while for anyone in need of shoes to take advantage of this great sale. Women's tan or black Ox fords, turn or welt soles actually worth $3.. $1.98 Boys' Tennis Oxfords, up to size 5 50c Shinola Outfit, complete with polish 15c Misses' and children's tan vici kid Oxfords .$1.00 Child's tan or black 85c Slip pers, at 50c Men's $3 Shoes or Oxfords, in black or tan, actually worth $3.00 ........ $1.98 Boys' and youths' $2.25 tan Oxfords .......... $1.50 Boys' and youths' $1.75 Shoes ..... ........ $1.19 We will have plenty of sales people to serve you. HOT Men's $3.50 an3 $4jOO Ox fords, in all the new styles and in all the leathers, in either tan or black,. $2.50 Women's patent chrome Ox fords, with blue, brown or gray top, worth $2.50 on sale, at $1.59 All sizes of Barefoot Sandals to size 2 50c Book Snaps Saturday $1.60 Copyright Bonks. t OHO All Henty A Alger Books, complete lint of titles, at each 1Q Beautiful r n' THE RE LI AD LEX STORE 75c Elastic Belts 25c Undoubtedly the finest lot we tiave had on sale this season, regular 76c quality Silk Elastic 25 Wash Suits and Dresses About half Summer Outer Garments, values' we do not believe you can du plicate elsewhere in the land. x DAINTY WASH SUITS AND DRESSES All sizes, splendid as sortment of materials and colors, pretty new designs, $7.50 val ues, at " $3.95 $15.00 LINEN AND REPP SUITS -Pinks, blues, greens, helios, tans, and white, plain tailored or fancy effects, the choicest values ever, at sale price $9.90 BEAUTIFUL LINEN DRESSES Regular values up to $22.50, most charming new designs, on sale, at, choice ....$5.00 $7.50 $10.00 and $12.00 WOMEN'S $20.00 QUALITY LONG SILK PONGEE COATS -Magnificent bargains, at sale price $12.50 $1.50 PERCALE HOUSE DRESSES, on sale at 95c $4.00 LONG CREPE KIMONOS, on sale, at . . .$1.98 MANUFACTURER'S STOCK OF WOMEN'S DRESS SKIRTS Values up to $7.50, in fine panamas, serges and fancies, on sale, nt, choice $2.95 WHITE INDIAN HEAD WASH SKIRTS The regular $3.00 quality, at, each $1.45 MARVELOUS WAIST VALUES One big lot of Dutch neck, . silk or net waists, $4.00 and $5.00 values, choice, at $1.95 SEVERAL HUNDRED LAWN WAISTS -Regular $2.00 values, at, choice 98c LONG SILK KIMONOS Regular $5.00 values, at, each $2.95 CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES Colors and white, $2.00 values, choice, at . 98c CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES-AU sizes, colors and white, values to $4.00, choice $1.95 Read the Big Pre-lnventory Grocery Sale We hare a number of lines ot goods we are going to cloae out be fore Invoicing. Fill your pantries now and sat yourself SB to 60 per I cent. 20 lbs. best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar, (or fl.00 10 bura bust brands Laundry Soap, lor lio 4 8-lb. Back beat High Patent Flour, (or r 11-ft 10-lb. nack best Whit or Yellow Cornmeal, (or . I.20o 5 pounds choice Japan Rica, for 16o 6-lbs. beat Pearl Tapioca or Sago IBo The beat Domestic Macaroni, pack age, (or Vo 8-lb. cana finest quality Solid Pack ed Tomatoea, (or o 2-lb. cana finest quality Sweet Sugar Corp (or 1o 16-or. can Lu Lu Scouring Soap 60 40 different klnda fancy aweet oook lea. The beat Crlap Pretiela, or Ginger Snana. per pound (o The beat Soda or Oyater Crackera, per pound 60 AY rfiFPIW mm THE RELIABLE STORZ Tha beat Oolden Santoa Coffee, per pound 16o The beat Tea Blf tings, pound . ...10 Fancy No. 1 Creamery Butter, lb. S80 Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery, Ib.iSo Fancy No. 1 Dairy Table Butler, at, per pound . tlo Fancy Full Cream Cheeae, lb. 17Vo Treeh Tegetablee at Xtayden'a Baa. arday. Freah Spinach, per peck to bunchea (reah Leaf Lettuce ....60 4 bunchea freah Head Lettuce ...,lc I quarta (reah Peaa lOo Large baaketa fancy rlpa Tomatoea. (or SOo I bunchea freah Radishes to I bunchea freah Onlena ......... io Large Cauliflower, per head 60 Fancy Wax or Oreen Beana, lb. 60 t bunchea freah Asparagua fa Fancy ripe Tomatoea, per lb. ...io I bunchea freah Beata .....to I bunchea freah Pieplant 60 Freah Cabbage, per lb H Fancy ripe Strawberries, box . ...loc Large baaketa fancy California Apri cots, at 40o Blackberrlea, per box lOo Large Cucumbere, each . . . , to Fancy Cabbage, par pound I He Tha teat Week tot xnneapples For thla aale Each 60, THo, aHo, lOe, MUo per doaen Mo, BSo, oo, $1.10, lil Handkerchiefs at Half A clean up in this stock before inventory as follows: All 5o Handkerchiefs. .2ViC All 7o Handkerchiefs. ,3VC All lOo Handkerchiefs. . .5c . All 15o Handkerchiefs. 7VC All 20o Handkerchief s. lOc Sole agents in Nebraska for the Hall Borchert Dress Forms the best ever. Ladies' New Neckw'r This is distinctly a fancy neck wear season and the vast as sortments we are showing are the delight of all visitors to this busy department. Don't miss the Saturday specials at 15c, 25cand50c 65c Linoleum Saturday 25c Mill ends of best qual ity linoleums, many of them to match, will be closed Saturday as long as they last at, per square yard- Don' t miss this great snap. ESS? Our Grand Clearance of "VyT Hats Beginning. Saturday Saturday We find our stock of Felt Hats too large and in order to reduce it quickly we will place on sale, beginning Saturday and continuing throughout next week, about 150 dozen stiff and soft felt hats, all sizes, all colors, good styles; values up to 4.uu lor baturaay, ai i.o. Monday Choice of lot $1.50 Tuesday Choice of lot $1.25 Wednesday Choice of lot $1.00 Thursday Choice of lot .. .75c Friday Choice of lot .. ,50c Saturday Choice of lot ...25c Don't Forgot Ttry (Kjayderfs FBtrsH: it Pays r .11 i 1 'k.ULV-, ,- I mm Great Clearance of Men's Furnishings Thousands of high grade shirts manufacturer's fumples and sur plus stocks, in such well known makes as the celebrated Griffon brand, soft or pleated bosoms, col lar bands or soft collars, hundreds of patterns 'to select from, values to $3.50, on sale, at 25c, 49c, 98c Men's Summer Underwear 700 dozen garments lisles, balbrig gans, porus knit, etc. the biggest bargains ever shown in Omaha at clearance sale price, only 25c Men's Union Suits of all kinds at sweeping price reductions. Men's 35c Hose Blacks, tans and fancies, or black with white feet, at IOC Men's Hose, worth to 25c-on sale at 15c, lSViC and 10c THE GREATEST BARGAIN DAY OF THE SEASON. Millinery Saturday A magnificent line of beau tiful designs for summer wear at a tremendous price saving. A beautiful lino of largo black or white Hair Braid Hats, elegantly trimmed with graceful willow plumes special values, at, each. $15.00 to $35.00 $15.00 Trimmed Hats $5.00 Splendid assortment for selection, all wanted styles and colors; new, clean stock values to $15.00, choice, $1.98, $2.98 and $5.00 New Early Fall Aigrettes, YVlnga and fancy effect a aplendld line for selection shown at a price saving of ovM iu w All Hats Marked In Plain Figures Here. 35c Hose Supporters 19c This is a boy or girl Skeleton Waist Suporter; a big snap in this sale Satur- 4Q day, at 1 -t Crand Ribbon Clearance All kinds of ribbons, regular values from 10c to 20o yd.; in this great clear- C, ance, at Corset Clearance Bargains LaGreque Best Corsets Broken sizes, values to $5.00; choice 98c $1.00 Batiste Corsets Light weight for summer, long hip models with heavy garters .G9c Ladies' Hosiery Fine imported lisle hose, in gauze, lace or embroidered values up to 75c black and all popular shades, at, pair. . .49c, 35c and 25c Misses' and Children's Lisle Hose Black or white, 35c values, pair. . .19c Week End Specials in our China Dept. Genuine Star Cut Water Tumb lers, bell shape, big snap, 6 for G9 Genuine Star Cut Water Pitch er to match 95 Crystal Oil and Vinegar Cruets, special, each 10 Crystal Candle Sticks with fila gree metal shade and colored Inside shade, candle and candle holder 29 Fancy Wax Candlea, for flo Near Cut Berry, fclauce and Cream act, at lo Cryatal Handled Sherbets So Cryatal Grape Fruit Howie . .160 Fruit and Berry Uaucers 80 t-quart Cryatal Ice Pltchera ,.lo Handled Cupa and Saucers, flneat While Engliah Porcelain, each So ' Phenomenal Hot Weather Towel Bargains In Our Xlflt Grade Linen Department Saturday Hundred dozen Huek Towela fringed and hemmed, gooU alze, worth 111 centa. Saturday, each Slto Hundred doaen high grade Turklnh Bath Towela, large alze, come In cream or white, fringed or nem good value, at 19c, Saturday, each llo Hundred dozen extra large Jumbo Bath Towela, heavy double twlated thread, alHo cream and white, worth llo, Sat urday, each , ale Fifty dozen strictly high grade oriental Turklnh Bath Towela. anow white, ex tra large stze, worth 66c, Saturday, each Sua UI n 0 jvJS THE RELIABLE STORE SARCENT IS COLF CHAMPION He Wins at Englewood and Surpr'iei . Everybody. THOMAS M'NAMAEA IS SECOND vVlaae of Cammploaaztlg. of United fttatea Is Reallr a Canadian Player. Temporarily H aiding; ! Vermont. (N. T.) Golf club, 900; Andrew Campbell, Spring Haven (Pa.) Qolf club, 300; Robert Peeblea, St. Joseph Valley Country club, South Bend. Ind.. 00; H. II. Barker, Oar- den City (N. T.) Golf club, XN; Thomai Anderson, Jr., Montolalr (N. J.) Golf club, 300. 1XTKR-CITV UOLP MATCH TODAY Happy Hollow nnd Connell Blnffa Tenma Will Meet. Teams representing the Happy Hollow and Council Bluffs golf oluua will meet In a match at the former'a links thla aft ernoon. The Nassau system of starting will be followed, boglnnlng at 1 o'clock. Pairings are as follows: Happy Hollow Council Bluffs the net. Miss Hotchklss, In the deciding et, got a lead of s-1, but her opponent pulled up even. Two more games for Miaa notonkisa and it aeeined to be all over. ENGLEWOOD, N. J. June 85. George Hat gent, entered from the Hyde Manor club, Sudbury, Vt., won tha fourteenth an Dual open golf championship of the United Statea today over tha Englewood dub' links by four strokes, his medal play total at aeventy-two holes being 2!0. The out come could not have been more surprising. Sargent, a yr&r ao, was unable to qualify ' for the second day's play In the aama evi nt Sargent la an Englishman, who began as a caddy abroad, and haa lived In Ottawa, Canada, for several years, but thla aummer la in charge ot a hotel course over the Vermont line, which Is not Hated In ' any of the guides. Aa .lie la counted with Pomlnion players, the feeling la that the title has really gono to Canada. He played a auperlatlvelyvoonslatent game throughout. Jn order be made. TV 71. Tl and 71. Ills total ot TM ) ihree or four strokes . lower than the moat ' sanguine forecasters predicted early In the week, and, In view ot the unprecedented heat and uncertain put ting greens. It was remarkable. Second place went to Thomas McNamara of Boa ton, who also began aa a caddy, while other title holders "moved u auftiriently on the laat round to take third and divide fourth moneys. Walter J. T re via. former Interna tional title holder, waa the only amateur to ahare In the purse, which, of course, In lila case will be chaaged to plate. The prise winners, Sargent excepted, follow: ' Thomas McNamera, Wollaston Golf club, , Boston, ZM; Alex Smith, Wykagyl Country club. New Rochelle, N. T.. : Willie An- Id arson. Country dub, St. Louie. g; John Hcbaie. Eiiglewood (N. J.) Oolf club. Isaac alSAkle. Foihllis Uolf club, Staten lalaud. gv; Waller J. Travis, Garden City A. A. McClure W. K. .Shafer J. T. Bartlett Th o. Austin IC W. Hayward 1-;. A. Nordstrom C. C. George Mel Uhl A. G. i:illck A. W. Clark J. H. Webster Le Hoy Austin George Hoss W. Buchanan E. E. Kimberly Joe Polcar W. E. jliepard Guy Liggett H. E. Uurnam ' IO. M. Sutherland T. H. Van Ustrand B. W. Tandy F. J. Hughea C. Wynian Fred Crelgh Hob Thompson F. 11 Hrown W. B. T. Belt T. liudley J. J. Hesa W. nidgera B. O. lirulnlnirton 1. O. Hrulngton H. J. Bender K. J. Organ C. F. Kimball J. J. Ferguson Rev. O. O. Smith Fred Empkle George H. Mayne J. T. Stringer A. E. Brock William Coppoclc A. E. Johnson Geortre Oerner Paul Scott K. K. Jackson Jcney Waltera Norman Filbert P. Badolet MISS HOTC1IKISS IS WIXNWG California Girl Likely to Coptnr National ChamplOBsblp. PHILADELPHIA, June K.-Miss Hazel HotchkiMS, the California girl who, emulat ing Miaa May Sutton, came east a week ago to endeavor to take the women's na tional lawn tennis championship to the far west, haa but to win one more match to accomplish hrr task. By defeating Miss Louise Hammond of New York In the slnglea, final round of the national tournament at the Philadelphia Cricket club. Misa Hotchklss earned the right to challenge, for the championship, Mre. Barger-Wallach of New Tork, present holder of the title. They will meet to morrow afternoon. In the first set of today's match Miss Hotchklss. thouvh shoddy, put many balls out of court The second set witnessed a reversal of form. Miss Hotchklss steadying dowu, while Misa Hammond put many Into but Miaa Hammond, by clever placing, won the noat game. Miss Hotchklss, on her own service, took the tenth game and the match. Summary: Singles, final round: Miss Ilaael Hotchklss, Berkeley, Cal., beat Mlsa Louise Hammond, New Tork, -, 6-1, t-i. Mixed doubles, aemt-flnal round: Mlsa Hotchklss and Waldo F. Johnson beat Mlsa Claire Johnson and Dr. F. B. De Hurst. 4-6. 6-4. Miaa Hammond and R. D. Little beat Miss Green and A. P. Slmmonds, 6-2, 8-0. GAMES IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis Wins from Toledo In Close Strnga-le. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., June .-Mlnne-apolls won from Toledo today In a close struggle, I to 1. The winning run Waa scored In the eighth. Oyler waa hit by a pitched ball and acored when Qulllln sent a crashing three-bagger to the center field fence. Both Owen and Young pitched well, but the local southpaw had a trifle the beet of It. Land caught aolendldlv for Toledo. Score: MINNCArOUS. TOLEDO. B.H.O.A.B. n.H.O.A.K. Orlsr, as I Nsllr, rf 4 1 0 A Qulllln. H...4 I 1 Hm.hmn, t 0 1 1 1 Downs, lb.... I 114 smoot, at .114 4 O N. ill, ct.... 4 ! lHickman, If.. 444 CrsTBXh, If... t 10 4 IrrHuiM, lb.. 1 I I t Olll, lb 4 I 11 1 Land, s I 14 14 Collins, lb... I 4 1 I 4NI1I, ss t t I I 4 lack, c 1 til 4lwrt, lb.... I 4144 Young, t t 1 4 lOna, I 1 4 I t Toula......M trill 1 Totals II 4 14 I 1 Minneapolis 6 0016001 I Toledo 0 0 6 1 6 0 0 0 0-1 Three base hit: qulllln. Stolen bases: O'Neill, Nally, Srnoot, Sacrifice hit: Downs: Double plays: Nlll to Hinchman to f reeman, Young to Collins to Gill. v ler to Downs to GUI. Baaes on balls: Off Owen, i. btruckout: By Young, t: by Owen, t. Hit with pitched ball: Young (Hickman). Owen tOyler). Left on bases: Minneapo lis, i; ioisoo, (. Time. la. Umpire, uwena. Thlrteen-Ianlngr Game. ST. PAUL, June tt. With the score led and three men on bases and two men out in tne tnirtcentn, ntcner Geyer of Colum bus threw four straight balls to Arm bruster and forced In the winning run the score being I to 4 in favor of St. Paul. Score: COIA'UBl'S. S H O A.B riarka, II ... 4 11 Murlarllr. as. I 4 t ST. PACU B.H O.A.M. 4 Pirnn, Ik.... I 1 Ueaa, el I Kruasr, cf.... 4 lit 4 I. is, e( 4 rosstltoo. rf. I I 4 4 4 Ansb'stsr. rf 4 fxlw.ll. lb.... I IN rr.-k e Ill Mwe. Jb 4 11 Irtsi. lb. 4 t t 1 4Murrmr. It .. I 1 I O'Brien, h . 4 I ) Cix-knun. lb. I I 4 rir, lb.. I It 1 4 l t t 1 1 4 4 114 4 14 4 4 f V S 4 1 f 1 1 I te 4 0rr, a 4 t 4 t rartsch, s.... 1114 6 Hsrgsr, p. ...s i w Touts 44 1114 14 1'Hsll 1 1 0 t t ToUls (1 14 44 17 I Two out when winning run acored. Batted for Karger In thirteenth. St. Paul 1 100000001002-6 Columbua 1 01066600100 14 Two-base hits: Flynn (I), Wrtgley, Hall, Clarke, Bchreck, Odwell, Nee, Stolen banes: r 15 nu (I), l.ltso, (. arisen, uouoie piaya: Morrarlty to Odwell; O'Brien to Wrtgley to Flynn; O'Brien to Wrtgley to Flynn; Cockman to Wrtgley to Flynn. Bases on balls: Off Karger, 6; off Geyer, S. Struck out: By Karger, I; by Geyer, 7. Sacrifice hits: Murray, Congalton, Schreck. Left on basea: St. Paul. 12: Columbua. 6. Time: 2:46. Umpires: Hayea and Conahan. Knuaaa C'ltr Wine Game. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. June 26. In a one- aided game today Kansas City took the first of the series from Louisville, 11 to 0. Score: KANSAS CITY. LOUISVILLE B H O A H. B.H.O.A.B. 4 0 14 tDunlsarr, rf. I II I O I 1111 4 Woodruff, of. 4 1 4 t 1 1 1 Delshanty, If 4 1 I I 40IMI, lb 4 14 14 9 SulllTsn, lb 4 1 It 4 tRetllr. lb.... Ill 4 OQulnlao, ss. I 4Folti. ... t t Packard, p. Puttman, p. Totals 44 14 H 14 ITololnan. Carlisle, If Bbannos, cf Bsrklsr, lb... I 1 II Katllna. h .. 4 Braahsar. lb.. 4 Uivo, as I Bola, rf I ). SulllTan, I ftwsnn, p 4 Robinson, ss. t 1 I 1 lHowisy, . ItcOorm'k, lb t 0 1 I tl'roas, aa... Hostattor. S..t 0 1 1 4Hopks, lb.. Douih.rtr, p. 1 I 1 I 4Ra(l, p... bsrry 114 4 OJonaa, p.... Mill . 4 1 1 t .114 4 4 .44604 Totals 14 T 17 I I Totals fU 14 t Batted for Dougherty in the ninth. None out when winning run was scored. Milwaukee 0 I100000J-6 Indianapolis 0 0001010 04 Two base hits: Strunk. McGann, Clark, Barrett. ' Hits: Oft Slagle, 6 In S Innings; off Jonea, 1 In no Innings. Sacrifice hita: Wllllama, I. Left on basea: Milwaukee, t; Indianapolis, 7. First base on balls: Dougherty, 4; Slagle, 6. Hit with pitched ball: Hostetter tby Jones). Struck out: by Dougherty, t, by Slagle, 1. Wl pitch: Dougherty. Time, 1:46. Umpires, Eckman and Sullivan. 0 4 I 4 i f .14 4 1 ,0 0 4 0 .114 4 Totals M 4 M 17 4 Kansas City 6 0 4 0 0 1 4 -11 Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 60 Hits: Off Packard, I in three Innings; off Puttman, 1 In one-third Inning; off Thieiman, 4 in four and two-thirds innings Two-base hits: J. Sullivan, Shannon. Left on baaea: Kansas City, 6; Louisville, 6. First base on errors: Kansas City. i. Jxjulsvllle, 1. Sacrifice hits: Love, Boles. ulllvan, Kellly. Stolen baaea: Shannon. Helling. Love, Swann. Double plays: Beckley to Love; Love to Beckley; Quintan to hu.llvan. Struck out: By Swann, 1; bv Thieiman. . Bases on balls: Off Packard, t; off Puttman. 1; off Thieiman, L Time: l a TTroplre: King. Exciting; Game at Mllwaakee. MILWAUKEE. June 26 With two rune neefled to win, the leaders beat out Indian apolia In an exciting ninth Inning rally here today by a score of & to 4. Slagle passed Koblnson and McCormlck In the ninth and was replaced by Jones, who hit Hostetter, filling the basea. Barry Went to bat for Douahertv. hitting the first ball for a single to left, scoring Koblnaln and Mcuormlck. Dougherty pitched fine ball In every Inning but the fifth, when the visitors scored three of their four runs. fclagle's hitting was a feature. Score: MILWAI'KEB INDIANAPOLIS. B H O. A.B. B.H. O A Strunk. ef ...4 14 4 1 Wltllaajn. lb. I 4 t I t Barrett, If... 4 114 4 Pld.o, ef. 4 4 14 4 Mrtlmn. lb . 4 I 4 4 iTITie.n.,. If I 1 I 1 4 l.nlall. rf... 4 Srarr lb- ..I ill 4 R Clark, lb I 111 4Hsjr4sa, ft... 4 I I M FOl II MEN ARE TIED 131 SHOOT All Aiuateora and Each Break wtt Ont of 100. CHICAGO. 111.. June 25. Four men are tied for first place In the grand American handlcaD at the Chicago Gun club aa a result of today's shoot. They are: John K. Livingstone of Sprlngvliie, Ala.; Fred A. Shattuck of Columbus. O.; George E. Burns of Cleveland, O.; William Welt leaf ot Nichols, la. All are amateurs and each broke vf out of 100 targeta. The final round to decide the champion ship will be shot tomorrow morning. Fluctuations In the standing of the shoot ers made the contest most close and Inter esting. For a time It seemed that the veteran Holla Hikes would take his second grand American. He broke W, which stood as high mark for nearly the entire day. Fred Gilbert made but 03. Something of a surprise turned up in the professional line when Dan Barstow of St. Louis broke 9S, making him the highest professional in the shoot. At the close of the rounds, however, Fred Gilbert stood aa high professional for the entire week. The record fur the grand American la W targeta made by H. H. Barber of Minne apolis, when he Won the handicap match at Indlanapolta. in laoo. The four men who are now tied for first position were all at long odds in the hand book. Livingston won the southern hanJt cup preliminary shoot two years in sue cession. He will have to shoot from the l't-yard mark, as will Wettleaf. Burns will shoot from the 16-yard line, while Shattuck will shoot from the lX-yard mark. Early In the day it was seen that many of the strong shots were beaten. By the time Mra. A. Topperweln had completed her round, her chances were hopeless. John bousa waa soon out of a chance for win nlng. but he finished his score. Rube Waddell shot In creditable fashion. Keslde the shoot off In the grand Ameri can, amateur and professional champion l"pn of th- Utiltri Htnt. Will h decl.led tvuiotiuH, Hull ut Blue Island, 111., will be called upon to defend amateur honors and Fred Gilbert will have to sup port his claim to the professional title. EVENTS OsJ ft I NN IN G TRACKS Latoalav Meeting; to Bo Continued Until July B. CINCINNATI, June 2G. At a meeting of the officials of the Latonia Jockey club to day. It waa decided to give the present meeting until July S. It was announced that the purses would be cut 6700 dally, beginning next Tuesday. The card was only an ordinary one. Four favorites won, Track muddy. Summaries: First race, mile: Busy Man (110, Burns, 7 to 10) won, Tannle (107. Martin, 7 to 1) second, Ornamosa (107, Lee. 15 to 1) third. Time: 1:46. Schleswlg, Kitty Flaher, Tony B. and Harkaway also tun. Second race, five furlongs: Whim (110. McOee, 6 to 1) won, Olivia Mlekle (110, Warren, 8 to 6) second, Bettle Lester (110, Rice, 4 U 1 third. Time: 1:04. Patsalga, Martins H , Ora Dale, Lady Melton, Day Peep, Urali, A locust Bud and Alaxle also ran. Third race, mile and three-elghtha: Bellevlew (UW. Warren, even) won, Stone- street (104, Taplln, 10 to 1) second, Bryce (M, Andresa, 60 to 1) third. Time: 2:25. Water Lake, Bonebrake, A O and Huerfano also ran. Fourth race, mile: Alice Balrd (107. Mc Oee. 11 to 10) won. Gerrymander (109, Tap lln. 1 to 5) second. Frank Stagg (Wtf. Rice, 2o to 1) third. Time: 1:45. Plume, Land lord, Claiborne and Eustaclaa also ran. in. i race, six lunonga: ai Muner (W7, Mountain. 19 to 20) won, Orlandot (10fi, Burton, t to 1) second. Sorrel Top (103, Rice, 13 to 1) third. Time: l Jt. Mar morean also ran. Sixth race, one mile and aeventy yarda: ' Grenade (10J, Burton, 6 to 1) won, Sor rowful (82, Wllllama, even) second, pink Wings (DO, Taplln, 12 to 1) .third. Time: 1:47. Dunvegan and Boetna also ran. At Hamilton. HAMILTON. June 25-Weather hot and threatening, but track faat were the con dltlona for the fourth day of tha Hamilton Jockey club'a spring meeting today. Favorites fared badly. Summaries: First race, alx furlonga; Plaudmore (I to 1) won. Patriot (8 to 1) second, Joe Gaitena (0 to ) third. Time: 1:14. Second race, mile and a sixteenth! Non maker to 1) won. Glimmer ( to 8) aeo ond, Cannle Maid (7 to 1) third. Time; L48H- Third race, five furlongs: Chief Kee (7 to 2) won. Detroit (12 to 1) second, Broad sword (M to 1) third. Time: 1:02. Fourth race. Walker oup, steeplechase, about two mllee: Steve Lane (I to t) won, Andrew Summers (16 to 6) second.- Time: 4:01 Fifth raoe, Grimsby handicap, mil and a alxteenth: Gref Seal (t to 1) won, Caveadaum (6 to t) aecond, Siskin (7 to I) third. Time: 1:47. Sixth race, mile and an eighth on turf: Juggler (S to 6) won. Wool winder (t to 1) aecond, Ellloott (2 to 1) third. Time: 1:MI. ' 1 1 1 ' ' " CURES OLD SORES If an old sors existed simply because) th fleah waa dlsaasad at that particular spot, It would be an easy matter to apply soma remedy directly, to tho place that would kill the germs; or the diseased nosh might be removed by a surgical operation and a cure effected. ' But the very fact that old sores resist every form of local or external treatment, and ava return after being cut away, shows that back of them U a morbid cauae which must be removed before a cure can result. Just aa Ion, as the pollution continues la the blood, the ulcer remains an open cesspool for tho deposit of Impurities which the circulation throws off. 8.8. S. cure SuX 8ores by purifying the blood. It removes every trace of Impurity and taint from the circulation, and thus completely does away with the cause. When 8.8.8. has cleansed the blood, the sore begins to heal, and It la not a surface cure, but the healing process begins at the bottom, soon the dis charge ceases, the Inflammation leaves, and the place fills in with firm, healthy flesh. Under the purifying and tonic effects of B. 8. 8- the system la built up, and those whose health has been Impaired by tha drain and worry of an old sore will be doubly benefited by its us. Book oa Sorea and ulnars and an mndkiai adka fran to all who writ. ' TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA.