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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1898)
TODAY-THE FIRST SATURDAY AND THE GREATEST BARGAINS SO FAR OF THE ENTIRE SALE.
The greatest and most surprising Bankrupt Clothing- " Sale ever known in America It's a complete Broadway ( New York ) Clothing Stock.
You must know this is such an immense deal that it cannot be compared with any
That Boston Store sells good ordinary sale Think of a hundred thousand dollars in cool cash paid out for one
Clothing at half the price that stock then sold so that you can take your choice of any garment for half price and every garment in the whole stock of the best newest and
others no was never more fully most desirable style , color , fit and make The whole stock was made for New York's finest Broadway trade That tells the whole thing and
proven than in this sale , you know you're bound to get the best.
AVIirn you vlult Onmlin in like
our Htnrc your mrctlni ; jiliieo ,
your vrnh-ui > plnuc , yuur lunch
room , mnkc It your lioinu fur Ilic
( line bcliiK mid feel nt liomr. AVe 16th and
Imvo cvcrythlnic rriuly fur you Douglas
nt no rxpenni : to yournolf , A\ ' < ;
\v\ll nU < - cure of jour imcluiKcn ,
mill cliuck tliom for jon free of
ohnricc. Auk any of the floor
vmlkur * to ulioiv you our rc < M- | > - Must bo stamped nt our store before
tlon room ninl halcoiiy .
room. going : totho depot.
This [ nfire go will in 2
Alltheiyien's All thc Men's
$12 Suits go at $25.00 Suits
In this lot are about1,200 go at $10 and . }
moil's stylish all wool suits , in In this lot wo offer you the i
straight and round cut sacks , clioico of tlio very iinest suits
in line cassimcre , cheviots , from this purchase , including
homespuns and worsteds , all silk lined clay worsteds , silk
made in the very latest style , and satin lined cassimeres ,
all sizes from y < ± toii , not a cheviots , serges , thibets , in
suit in this lot but what fact there are no finer goods
would be cheap at $12.50 , but manufactured in men's ready-
they all go at to wear clothing they nil go Saturday
nt 810.00 and 312.50 each.
REEFERS AND LISTERS
9 from the Bankrupt Stock.
1,500 Boys' and Children's Suits
In sizes from 3 to 15 yenrs , In reefer
vcstco uml double-breaKtcu styles , in best
and Htrongcst all wool Scotch brown mixed
cheviots , neat casslineies , etc , nn honest
$3.00 value , Saturday H bankrupt sale prlco
$1,25 and $1,75
Your pick of the
1,000 Boys' Long Pants Suits ,
AECH from 13 to 10 jeurs , fashionably
tailored In the Intoat recognized patterns
and designs The material Includes genuIne -
Ino Kncllsh IS-ounco clay worsteds , all
wool mixed cheviots , untlnlshed worsteds
in Hlnglo and double-breasted sacks , not
ono In this lot worth less than $7.50 and
$10.00 , your choice Saturday at
CHAMPIONS GO STEADILY ON
Boston Takes the Third from Pittshurg with
WILLIS AND TANNEHILL DO BATTLE
Clinic Very Uven Until the I.nHt fii-
iiliiK I.iiulNvllIe lleiitnov YurU
ami Chlc'iiKo Hrailn Oft
BOSTON , Sept. 23. Today's game was a
pitchers' battle , in which honors were about
oveuly divided. Boston made the winning
run in the eighth by bunching three hits
after ono man was out. Attendance , 1,000.
u.ii.O.A.I : . H.ii.O.A.I : .
II'mlHon. cf.O 0200 Donovan , rf.O 0010
Tenne-y. Ib . .I 2 0 0 0 O'llrlen. 3U..O 1111
J-ong , HI . , . .0 1230 McC'tliy. lf..O 0200
1-owe. i'b . . .0 1310 Clark , Ib . .I ) 1 7 1 0
Colllna , 3L > . .0 0 1 0 0 1'aclilen , 2b . .0 1 2 0 0
Stahl , rf . . .1 1300 M.'Cuery , cf.O 0300
llertten , o , .0 1 9 0 0 llo'rnmn , c..O 0 1 0 0
Puffy , It . .03200 lily , tit 0 1200
\Vllll3 , l > . . .0 0010 Tnelilll , i > . .0 0 J 2 0
Totals . . . . 2 927 fl 0 Totals . . . . 1 4 25 S 1
WlunUg run scored when one man was
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2
I'lttshurg 0 1
Homo run : Clark. Two-baso hits. Long ,
Tcnney. First base on balls : Olf Wlllw ,
C ; elf Tnnnchlll , 2. Struck out : By Willis ,
C : by Tnnnehlll , 4. Umpire : GalTnuy.
Time : Ono hour and fifty-four minutes.
I.oiilNVlIlc Till.on 'Km All.
NRW YORK , Sept. 23. Carrlck , formerly
of the Newark Atlantic league team , was
put in to pitch for the Giants today. Ho
was bench worn nudcry wild. With men
on bases ho was heady and will , no doubt ,
make a good man. Score ;
NUW YORK. , LOUISVILU3.
H H O A K H H O A 1 :
VH'ltr'n , If.O 220 fl'oiark. ' If . . .1 0 B 0 0
Uavls. fa . . .D 0 0 C 1 Hey , ct . . . . : 1300
Joyce , Ib . . .U 0 15 1 0 Dexter , rf . . .1 I S 0 0
Bfjmour , cf..O 0010 WUKIU.T , 3b..O 0 S 1 0
Olenon , 2b..l 0431 Decker , lb..1 1700
Warner , o . .0 1 6 0 0 Hltcliey. 2b..l 0231
OettlK. rf . .1 0 2 1 0 ClInRtnan , ss.O 0140
Foster , 3b , .1 3 1 1 0 Klureilffp. c.O 3 3 0 0
Qurrlck , p . .0 1 1 Z 0 Magic , p . . .0 0010
ToUU . . . . " 3 1 27 15 " 2) ) Totals . . . . C 1 57 9 "l
Now York 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3
Louisville 0 U
Karncd runs : Now York , 1 ; Louisville. 1.
Stoleu bases : Rltchcy , Klttrldge. Vanllnl-
tren. Two-base hit : Foster. Three-base
hit : Foster. First base on errors : New
York , 1 ; Louisville , 2. Sacrifice hits : Hey ,
Cllngmnn , Wagner. First base on bulls :
OR Carrlck , 6 ; oft Magcc , C. Hit by pitched
balls : Cllngman , Rltchcy , Magec. Struck
out : Carrlck , 3 ; Mngce , 1 , Left on bases :
New York , 10 ; Louisville , 12. Time of game :
Two hours. Umpires : Hunt and Connolly.
Attendance , 300.
ItiinrliiKr Hill a AVInm-r.
BROOKLYN , Sept. 23. Kennedy won his
own g-in.o toaay by smashing out a double
with two men on bases In the ninth. It
was a pitcher's battle , with Taylor having
the bettci ot it up to the finish. Attend
ance , COO. Score ;
BROOKLYN. I ST. LOUIS ,
U.H.O.A.E. H.H.O.A C.
Orlfnn. ct . .1 3 S 0 Dowd , rf . . , .1 2000
Jonen , rf . . .X 2401 Stenzol. cf..l 1400
.AmlerBon , If.O 1000 Cross , : ti , , . .0 0110
Mngoon. a,0 0200 Clemens , c.,0 0000
Daly , : b . . . .0 1300 Suuden , o . .0 1 2 1 0
IVCIi'nce , lb.0 0 U 0 0 Piilllvnn , 2b.O 1 3 0
VVasntr. Sb..t 1100 Hurley. It . . 0 0 5 0 o
llj n. o . . . .1 1310 Tu.ki-r , Ib . .0 0 7 0 0
Kennedy , P..O 1020 SmIUi , w . .0 0 1 4 0
- iTuylor , p . . . : 0 1 0 0
Totals . . . . 4 9 27 10 1
1 Totali . . . . 1 7 M 9 0
Two out when winning run was mndc.
Ilrcoklyn 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 ' 0 2 "l
Pt. Louta 1 0 3
Earned runs : Brooklyn , 3 ; St. Louis , 1.
Two-baao hits : Kennedy , Jones. Left on
$5.00 Boys' Knee Pants Suits
In black clay -worsteds , plain and mixed
chevlotu , made and sewed throughout with
wear resisting materials and strongest
thread , In fact they are all made by this
the foremost of New York's wholesale tail
ors. Your choice Saturday during this
$ J.98 and $2.SO
Overcoats and Ulsters.
This stock of boys' overcoats , ulsters and
reefers , the choicest light and dark
meltons , black , blue and gray chlnchll-
laa , handsome exquisite pearl trimmed
reefers , in all Imaginable colors , In fact
the most fastidious as well as everybody
can bo suited In this Block ) for thc price , is
exactly half what you would have to pay
elsewhere. Saturday we will sell them at
and $3 $ SO
bases : Brooklyn , G ; St. Louis , 6. Struck
out : By Kennedy , 3 , by Taylor , 2. Sacri
fice hits : Dowd , Cross (2) ( ) . Bases on balls :
Ily Kennedy , 3 ; by Taylor , 1. Doubleplays. .
Daly and LaChance. Tlmo of game : One
hour and thirty minutes. Umpire : Wag
Senator * llcut tin * Ili'iln.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 23. Baker's pitchIng -
Ing In the first game won It for the Sen
ators. In the second , although Haw ley was
hit hard , the Reds were able to get better
results when they connected with Williams'
delivery. Attendance , 1,800. Score , first
Totals . . . . 3 8 IS 11 7 Totals . . . . 1 4 27 11 3
Washington . . . . 3
Cincinnati 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 ij
Earned runs : Washington , 2. Two-baso
hits : Reltz , Farrcll , Wood. Threo-base
hit' ' . Selbach. Stolen bases : Gettmnn , Mc-
1'hee. Uoublo plnya : Vaughn to Brelten-
steln , Oatans to Reltz to Carr. First base
on balls- Off Baker , 4 ; off Brcitcnstcln , 1.
Struck out : Ily llaker , 1 ; by Ureltenstoln ,
2. Passed ball : Fnrrell. Time of game :
Ono hour and forty-five minutes. Umpires :
Kmsllo and Andrews.
Score for second game :
WASHINGTON' . I CINCINNATI.
H.II.O.A i : I R.H.O.A K.
Reltz. 2b . .1 1 0 B 0 Mcllrlde. cf..l
1 Hellucli , lf..l 3 0 0 0 Corc'n. ss . .1 3 1 6 1
Citfvy. a . .93420 IJ. Smith. If.O 1100.
Krieman. rf..O 2300 Miller , rf . .1 1 2 0 0 \
Oiitnns sa Mel'hee. 2b..2 2 ) 3 0 '
J. Smith , 3b.l 3320 Wood , c . . . .3 32001
( letlnmn , cf. 0 1 0 0 1 Irvine. 3b . .1 1 04 0 '
i Carr , Ib . . . .1 1 14 0 0 Vaughn. lb..l 212 0 0 I
Williams , p. . . ! 102 0 Haw ley. p . .0 0 0 0 0 I \
iDanuuan. i > .0 0 1 0 0 >
Totals . . . . GUI414 3
I Totali . . . .10 14 27 13 2
Washington . . . . 6
Cincinnati * 10
Earned runs : Washington , I ; Cincinnati ,
C. Two-baso hits : Selbach. Cnrr , Williams ,
McUrlde , Corcoran , 13. Smith , Wood. Thrce-
liaso hits : Smith. Stolen bases : Casey , J.
Smith , Mcl'hPo. Douhlo plays : McPheo to
i Vaughn to Wood. McPheo to Corcoran.
First base on balls : Off Williams. 2. Hit
by pitched ball- Williams : Struck out : By
Williams , 1. Left on bases : Washington ,
i S : Cincinnati , 10. Time of game : Two
hours. Umpires : I'mslle and Andrews.
IMillllfM Ciilnur Strong.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 23. Philadelphia
played nnofhcr errorless game this after
noon and won its third straight victory
I over Cleveland. Young's support was
wretched. Tcbeau took exception to the
umpire's decisions In the second liming and
finally kicked himself out of the game. At
tendance , 1.31C. Score :
Earned runs : Philadelphia , 1 ; Cleveland ,
0. Two-base hit' : Cooley. Sacrifice hits :
Cooley , Lauder , McFnrland , Young. Stolen
base : Douglas. Left on bases : Philadel
phia , 8 ; Cleveland , fi. Struck out ! By
Young , 1. Double plays- Cross to Lajole to
Douglas (2) ( ) ; Young to O'Counor. First
base on errors : Philadelphia , 3. First base
on balls ; By Orth , 1. Umpires : Swart-
wood and Smith. Time ot game : One hour
and forty minutes.
( 'illinium Ontiiltclit'N Mnul.
BALTIMORE. Sept. 23. Callahsn broke
Baltimore's winning et'reak at Union park
today , Ho was Invincible when men were
on bases. Maul was rather wild and only
the sharpest kind of fielding p'revented the
Orphans' total from being larger. Score :
llAUTIMOIin. I CHICAGO.
R.H.D.A.n. U.H O.A.E.
McGraw. 3b..O 002 o'llyan ' , If . , . .0 1300
Kecler , rf . .0 2 1 0 0 Orecn , rf . . .0 0 4 2 0
Jennlnpa , ss.O 2230 Mc'CTmk. Sb.O 0020
Kelley , cf . . .0 2400 Dnhlcn. s..l 1120
Holmes , lf..O 0400 Hverltt , Ib . .1 2 12 0 0
Demont. Ib..O 1 3 4 0 IxinK'1. cf . .0 1 3 0 0
Clarke. lb..O 1 10 1 0 Connor , 2b..O 1031
Robinson , c , 0 1 3 1 0 Donohue , O..O 0 4 0 1
Maul , p . . . .0 0 U 1 0 Callahan , p 0 1 0 2 0
Totals . . . .0'9 21 12 0 Totals . . . . 2 72711 2
Baltimore 0 0
Chicago ' 2
Earned runs : Chicago , 1. Sacrifice lilt :
Connor. Stolen bases : Everltt (2) ( ) , Green.
Two-baso hits : Clarke , Dahlen , Double
plays : Green to Everltt (2) ( ) , Jennings to
Clarke , Demont to Clarke. First bate on
balls : Olf Maul , 4. Hit by pitched ball :
By Callahan , 1. Struck out : By Callahan ,
2 ; by Maul , 1. Left on bases : Baltimore , 8 ;
Chicago , 5. Tlmo of game : Two hours and
five minutes. Umpires : O'Day and Brown.
Attendance , 1.C30.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
CLOSE OF uui'o.vr ciiiurs SHOOT.
Oonilly Crouil of AinnteiirN Sln > * iu
I Do I'M in- Work nt ( hi TI-HIIN.
I Yesterday was tlio lost day of the tournament -
ment of the Dupont Oun club. It passed
off as satisfactorily ns the other two days
and completed a very successful shoot. There
were not as many entries In the events as
on the preceding two days , but ) the shootj
ing was Just as good. Ono exceptionally
good piece of shooting was done by ono of I j
the squad in the target events. The flvo
members started out to smash fifteen blue-
rocks straight each nnd they came w It'll In
an ace of making the mark. Only ono miss
was made in the seventy-five shots and
this Is said to bo a world's record. The
scores were :
Worthlniton Hill 11111 Hill in
Townsend 11111 mil 11111 15
Llndsey 10111 11111 11111-11
Bray 11111 mil HlH-15
Moore Hill mil 11111-13
I Besides the target events there was a live
1 bird shout which also provided some good
spoil. The results In the various events
were as follows , the conditions In the target -
. get events hnlng fifteen blue rocks nnd
' 51.SO entrance :
Event No. 1 , thirty-four entries : Boyd ,
15 ; Llndsey , Bray , VanderburB. Schroeder ,
II ; Townsend , Moore , Carter , Andrews , It.
Klmball. Burke , Dworak , Clapp , Rogers ,
. Smith , Watson , 13 : Worthlngton , llurlan ,
Welch. T. Klmball. Nleolal , Gray. Dun-
1 con , HlEClna. Bee , 12.
I Kvent No. 2 , thirty-four entries : It. Klm-
i ball. T. Klmball , Dwornk. 15 ; Moore. Van-
i durburg , Carter. Boyd , Hurkp. Schroeder ,
Duncan , Watson , 14 ; Llndsey , Bray , liar- i
Ian , Andrews , Rogers , Brucker. Nleolal ,
fray ! , Hlgglns , Clarence , 13 , Worthlngton ,
Townsend , Tarberry , Clapp , Richards ,
Smith. Bee , 12.
Event No. 3. thirty-four entries : Worth
lngton , Rogers , Relchurt , 15 ; Moore , Car
ter , Andrews , Schroeder , Nleolal , 11 ; Van-
derhursr. Carter , It. Klmball , Clapp , Clar-
once. 12 ; Townsend , Llndsey , Boyd , T.
Klmball , Bandy , Burke , Wntvon , 13
Kvent No. 4 , thlrty-Hlx entries : Moore ,
Dworak , 15 , LliuUey , Brny , Boyd , R. Kimball -
ball , Rogers , Relchurt , 14. Townsend , Car
ter , AndrewM , T. Klmball , Schroeder ,
Brucker. 13 ; Worthlngton , Clapp , Vuuder-
burK. RramtmU , Nleolal , 12.
Kvont No. B , thlrty-Ilvo entries :
Schroedor. Rogers , Nleolal , Brandon , 15 ;
Llndsey , Boyd , BOP. 14 ; Worthlngton. Brny ,
Moore , Dnunhull , Cockrlll , R. Klmball ,
Sandy , 13 ; Vanderburir , Harlan , Andrews ,
T. Ktmbnll , Burke. Richards , 12.
Event No. 6. thirty-eight entries : Townsend -
send , T. Klmball , Schroeder , Roger * , live ,
! 15 ; Llndsey , Bray , Moore , Dworuk. Releh-
I art , 14 ; Cockrlll , Boyd , Andrews , II. Kim-
We place on sale today a neb
by line of men's latest fall
style Derby Hats small , me
dium and full shapes , colors
black , brown , bronze and.
for § 1.50
during this great
The ever popular Fedora Hat for neat
and nobby dressers ,
The dressiness of a stiff Hat with
comforts of a soft one ,
Wo close out for spot cash the entire stock
of the Orange Hat Factory , Orange , N. J.
Noted ns makers of the finest grades of
men's Fedoras and Tourist Hats , which wo
offer during this sale at prices far below
the actual cost of manufacture. These hats
were made to sell fgr $2 , $2.50 and $3,00. Wo
have divided them into three lots. They are
An unlimited choice of Hoys' Golf
Caps at 25c.V'
Tains in all colors at 50c.
.Military ami'Cadet Caps at 25c , 50c ,
Hoys' Corduroy School Caps at 25c.
Hoys' and Girl's lied and Hlue
Crushers at 50c.
ball , Sandy , Burke , Brucker , Nleolal , Hlg-
clns , Clarence , 13 ; Vanderuurg , Harlan ,
Watson , 12.
Kvent No. 7 , thirty-nine entrleH : Worth
lngton , Bray , 15 , Dworak , 14 ; Townsend ,
Jloore , Harlan , R. Klmball , T. Klmball ,
Rogers , 13 ; Llndsey , Boyd , Andrews , Sandy ,
Brucker , Rolchart , lllgglns , Watson , Bee ,
"kvent No. 8 , thirty-five entries : Worth
lngton , Townseml , Bray , Moore , R. Klm
ball , Schroeder , 15 , Ltndscy , llnrlan ,
Sandy , Burke , Rogers , Brucker , Rclchiwt ,
14 , Andrews , Dworuk , Hlgglns , Watson ,
llungtite , 13 ; Carter , Boyd , 12.
liven t No. 9 , thlrty-threo entries : An
drews , R. Klmball , 15 ; Moore , Vundorburi ,
Schroeder , Relrhart , 11 ; Worthlnston ,
Llndsey , Brny , T. Klmball , Dworak , Rog
ers , Blershlom , Mortonsen , 13 ; Townsend ,
Brucker , lllirdns , 12.
Uvcnt No. 10 , thlrty-nlno entries : Bray ,
Sandy , 15 ; Worthlngton , Townsend , Har
lan , T. Klmbnll , 14 ; Llndsey , Moore , Vnn-
derbuiK1 , Boyd , R. Klmball , Relchurt , Hlg-
Klns , Watson , llungate , FoggMortcnsen ,
13 ; Burke , Dworak , Rogers , Bee , 12.
Kvent No. 11 , llfteeii live birds , $10
entrance , eighteen entries :
Llndsey 20122 22212 22020 12
Mortcnsen 12221 222.U 01122-11
Bee 12211 11222 22110-14
Hungnto 22221 112-1 12112 14 >
llolllster 32122 21111 00112-131
Hallowell 22221 22121 22,112-15
Hchroedi-r 12211 10211 22122-14
T. Klmball 22212 12021 11211-11
R. Klmball 22222 12222 22222-15
lllgglns 12120 20120 11222 12
Bruckor 22111 12111 12212-15
Rulchurt , 21210 12222 21120-13
Den lllll 01012 20011-11 |
Trotter 2112J 12222 11102-11
Hardill 21201 20122 22211-1.1
Smith 22221 01202 22222 13
Burke 22121 12212 11112 151
Hnfer 10122 21010 02122 11
Nleolal 11221 02210 21122 13
A good many of the shooters will remain
in the city today and bomo of them will take
In a program that has been arranged by
Billy Hardln for today. There will bo a
variety of target events nnd n twcnty-llvo
bird match. The affair will be of the sweep
stakes order. The shooting Villl commence
nt 10 o'clock.
mn.vrs ox TIM : IILN.MXG vn.vcics.
.T II O mill Grout Itfiiil Make u Nose
KliilMli on XiMVport Track.
CINCINNATI. 0. , Sept. 23. J H r > and
Great Bend made a nose finish In the fourth
race at Newport. The Judges placed J H C |
first , causing a honl to go up from the j
spectators. Both horses were heavily played , ;
J H C being a hot favorite at 7 to 10 , '
whllo Great Hi"- ns played for a good j
thing at 7 to 2. Track heavy. I
First race , six nnd ono-half furlongs : Al
bert Vale won , Braw Lad second , Dave S .
third. Tlmo : 1-23'fc. I
Second race , six furlongs : Pat Garrctt
won , Lafayette second , Tortugns third. j p
Time : 1.20U- ' .
Third race , ono and one-sixteenth miles , I
selling : Joe Shelby \\on , Ideal Beau secI I
ond. School Girl third. Timel 53 % .
i Fourth race , ono mileJ H C won , Great
Bend second , Guide Hockthird. . Tlmo :
Fifth race , five furlongs , belling : Bannlo
won , Crinkle second , Frances D third.
Sixth race , ono mile nnd a sixteenth , sellIng -
Ing : Helen 11 Gardner won , Cecil second ,
Maddalo third. Time : ' "
CHICAGO , Sept. 23. Harlem results :
First race , six furlongsWarbun won ,
Exquisite second , Klesa Balazes third. Time :
Second race , Belling , five furlongs : Genua
won , Fnlomacita second , Andes third. Time :
1.06.Th1'1 -TCP. ono mile : Whartelou won ,
Uquarda second , I'ltfall third. Time :
lfO : > 4.
Fourth race , ono nnd one-eighth miles ,
selling- Sunburst \\on. Chugnut second ,
Doiii'I" Dummy third. Time2OS'i. .
Fifth race , selling , one mile nnd twenty
yardsGlcnmoyno won. Winslow second ,
Tarriby third. Time : 1-55.
Sloim Itlili-H Two Wlmifrx.
( Copyright , 1S9S , by Press Publishing Co. )
LONDON , Sept. 23. ( New York World
Cablegram Special Telegram. ) On rho
Manchester race course , the sccno ot his
greatest triumph last season , the American
jockey , Ted Sloan , today followed up bis
success of yesterday by riding two win
ners. Tbo little Yankee's return to the
This includes the entire -
tire lot of moil's whirls
In the IIyinj > or it |
Kosonthul , Pooriti dry ,
poods stock. Thuro nro
over 500 dozen men's fin-
cbt nnd highest gnulo
laundered shirts , everyone
ono wortli $1.50 , some
even more. It includes
the highest grade of men's laundered white
nhlrts , mndo of the finest Wamsutta muslin
In the body , 2,200 four-ply reinforced linen
bosoms , collar hands and cuff bands , rein
forced yokes , protected scams , thoroughly
worked button holes perfect fitting whirls
and perfect fitting shirts in every meaning
ot the word.
There are also Immense quantities of the
finest laundered colored shirts with collars
dud cuffs both attached and detached , as
well as laundered \\hlto shirts with colored
bosoms. All these "Wrt are absolutely the
best shirts that were ever sold for $1.50
there are all sizes and plenty of every slzo
wo will glvo you choice ot the cntlro
Men's ' $1,25 $ Underwear for 50c ,
Your choice during this Bale of the finest
men's underwear in this entire stock , In-
clu.ilng all wool , iloeco lined underwear ,
natural gray underwear , camera hair under
wear and fancy colored underwear , it is one
of the greatest bargains we have over of
fered. Hemcmber shirts or drawers in this
sale 60c each.
50c Men's ' Underwear 25c
An immense lot of men's fine natural
gray , camel's hair
( Underwear in singtn
and double breasted
styles , all sizes in
shirts and drawers ,
scales on each occasion was greeted by
hearty applause , and from the exhibition
of public feeling Sloan's popularity Is now
even greater than it was immediately fol
lowing his sensational achievements at the
last day of the Manchester October meeting
a year ago , when he rode four winners and
a second horse with five mounts. Sloan's
earlier successes were remembered by the
British public and the punters followed his
mounts today and were well rewarded , for
both of his winners started at good prices.
It was whispered , too , that Sloan's com
panions , two young Americans who came to
England with him ns friends and advisers ,
backed his mounts heavily and that the fa
mous Ted had a good share of their winnings.
Sloan conforms t Jockey club rules In that
ho does not bet openly , and it would bo
hard to prove that ho bets at all , but the
successful jockey lives in a style that would
tax his Income from his riding fees only ,
liberal as these are , and so there were many
persons ready to believe what rumor said
when a tip went around that Sloan had a
"monkey" on his mount Myakka on the
Lancaster nursery handicap. Myakka ,
chestnut fllly , 2 years old , by Sensation-
Magnetic , ran in Plerro Lorlllard's colors
and started nt 100 to 15 , in a field of fif-
t'eeu horses. She easily won the race , a
live-furlongs spin of 500 for 2-ycar-olds
\vlth Arthur James' bay filly Fascination ,
by Hoynl Hampton-Charm second and M , P.
Tarterolos' chestnut colt Urugunyo , The
Deuce of Clubs , Begona , third. In the race
for the new barns selling stakes of 150 ,
seven furlongs , Sloan rode II. Hardy's bay
filly Queen of Song , 3-year-old , by Daloll-
Bohemla Qlrl. She started at 7 to 1 in a
field of eight and won cleverly.
InillniiH AVI M Onve More ,
WALKRIl , In. , Sept. 23. ( Special Tele
gram. ) The Nebraska Indians defeated
Walker , 9 to 1. Batteries Indians , Okey
and Carbet , Walker , Jamison and Stoncr.
PENNSYLVANIANS TO PICNIC
tw of ( lie ICcy < oii < ' Slntc
IMnii for H llHj'n OutlitK III the
WoiMlM nt IlniiHConi I'nrk.
The chief business brought for consider-
ntlon before the officers of the Pennsylvania
club nt Its regular weekly meeting last
evening was that which related to arrangements -
ments for the big picnic which will bo given
for the entertainment of visiting Pennuyl-
vanlnns. at tlnnscora park , October C. The
rooms of the Commercial club , where the
meeting was held , were filled with members
when Temporary Chairman II. II. Raldrlgo
rapped for order and all were brimful of
enthusiasm for the project of a gathering
where folks , who arc now residents of the
Keystone state or have been in past years
can meet to renew old friendship and talk
over old times while seated about a good
The first matter for consideration was the
sending of Invitations and the secretary
was Instructed to invite Pcnnsylvnnlans
from every state to attend the picnic and
bring provisions. Minor details were then
arranged. As the picnic will be held a
day later than Pennsylvania day at the ex
position and Da there will be many hundred
people from that state on that day it was
otcd to provide for a thousand guests. U
I will bo an old-fashioned affair , where each
brings a basket of good things to cat. suffi
cient for himself and his friends. Partici
pants are to meet at the park at 10 o'clock.
IJoforo noon there will be several addresses
by prominent men and music by a band.
Tables will bo spread and edibles served
at 2 o'clock. Among those who are expected
to address the gathering are : Postmaster
General Charles Emory Smith , John Wana-
maker , Mathew Quay and ex-Governor Pat-
tlson. Governor Holcomb also has been
asked to speak. A committee was appointed
to try to secure the Young Men's Christian
association building for hcndijuartem. Hero
guests can meet before going to the park
I and secure information nn1 badges , A re-
THIS IS THE WAY WE WILL SELL
All the All the
two dollar four dollar five dollar
fifty cent shoes
ceptlon committee of thirty will bo appointed
to receive guests at the headquarters. The
committee on arrangements is as follows :
W. G. Shrlver , P. J. Barr. W. D. Ircy , Mrs.
J. T. Patch , chairman.
Di-alli of it Soldier.
Grant E. Wlgins , Company E , Second Ne
braska volunteers , died nt Fort Crook last
night at 9:30 : o'clock. Ho had been 111 with
typhoid fever. Funeral notlvcs will bo given
John II , Evans of Chicago is at the Mil-
C. E. Adams and family of Boston nro
at the Mlllard.
Henry Hush and wlfo are registered nt
the Mlllard from Chicago.
Miss Crandell of Topeka , Kan. , Is the
guest of Mrs. George T. Craudell on Twenty-
Lieutenant William S. Brlggs , U. S. N. ,
ot Washington Is attending the exposition
and Is registered at the Her Grand.
John Grady , P. Flanagan , J. E. Fltzpat-
rick and D. W. Williams make up a party
registered at the Mlllard from Kansas City.
G. T. Schwanb , the well known shoo manu
facturer at Milwaukee. Is at the Her Grand
with his family. They are taking In the
Charles E. Faith , a hardware merchant
at Sioux City , accompanied by his wife , Is
at the Murray. They came to Omaha to
00 the exposition.
J. II. Tolln , W. E. McMahan , J. H. Ed
wards and John R. Green , all officials of
the Missouri state penitentiary at Jefferson
City , nro at the Her Grand whllo attending
W. H. Murray of San Francisco Is In
the city In the interest of thu California
Fruit Grower , securing data for an Illus
trated write-up ot the exposition which ho
intends publishing in that periodical.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Blchn of Win
chester , Ky. , will remain n few days aa
exposition visitors. Mr. Ulchn Is publisher
of the Semi-Weekly Democrat , an Influen
tial paper of the famed Dluegrnss region.
Irving M. Scott , president of the Union
Iron works at San Francisco , passed through
Omaha yesterday morning on his way homo.
The Union Iron works built the battleship
Oregon , and Mr. Scott Is just returning
from Russia , where It Is said he had been
called by the imperial authorities for a
consultation on the subject of battleships
for the Husslan navy.
Captain Gcorgo Hair of Company I' ,
Grlgsby's Rcugh Riders , and Hospital Stew
ard Harry Miller of the same regiment are
In the city visiting prior to their departure
for their homes at Peadwood. S. I ) . They
arrived In Omaha yesterday a wrek out from
Chlckamaugn. Hair IB at the Mercer and
Miller Is at the Hrnshaw. Neither of the
two complain of 111 treatment nt the camps.
Doth eay they did not expect In camp to
get course dinners with dessert to follow
and were not disappointed. The excessive
drilling they were subjected to Is the only
complaint they make. After a day's drilling
they say they \\cro glad to seek their beds ,
ns they were exhausted.
Nebraskans at the hotels : W. A. Shoe
maker. Franklin , I ) . It. Gray , Grand Island ;
S. R. Messner. Danbury ; Clement L. Wilson ,
Johnson : W. V. Humphrey , Franklin ; H. I ) .
Crawford , Aurora : H. H. East. St. Paul ; L.
G. Graham. Lincoln : C. E Tcbbftts. He-
ntrlco ; D. N. Holdrldge , Alliance ; Paul An
derson , St. Paul.
For the benefit of heirs and other parties
interested County Recorder Crocker Is hav
ing a general Index madu of wills anil let
ters testamentary In a separate book. This
has been felo to bo much needed In the of
The case of the Paxton lintel proprietors
against Ticket ) Ilrokcr Pbllbln to ovlct him
from bis otnco and collect rent said to bo
duo was tried by a Jury in County Judge
Baxter's court yesterday and a sealed' ver
dict was returned.
SOME WISH TO COME HOME
Bryan and Holcomb Present the Oase of tLo
ASK DISCHARGES FOR INDIVIDUALS
Given Out Concerning
llrjiiu'N riniiM Kxpcpt that Ho
Will Itctiim in 111 * Ilctfl-
iiient at JncUxoiivlllo.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 23. Colonel Bryan
i of the Third Nebraska , with Governor Hoi-
I comb and Representatlvo Stark , wore again
at the War department today and called on
I General Corbin. Colonel Bryan submitted a
I few more papers requesting the discharge ot
members of his regiment. It Is stated at the
department that all the applications for dis
charge submitted by Colonel Bryan yester
day and today will have to pass through the
regular military channels and the final de
termination will bo the recommendation ot
the corps commander , who Is Major General
Fltzhugh Lee. The party later had another
interview with President McKlnley. At ita , .
close Governor Holcomb authorized a state- ( \
mcnt as to the request which they had
submitted. Ho said :
"Wo did not confine our representations
to the Third regiment , but made } t embrace
all the Nebraska troops In the field. Ne
braska raised three regiments for the war.
Of thcso the First regiment is in Manila , the
Second Is on furlough , and the Third , which
Is the regiment commanded by Colonel
Bryan , Is In Florida. Leaving the Second
regiment out of consideration , we have j.lKjl !
soldiers In the field. This exceeds our
quota by about 500 men , on the basts ot an
army of 100,000 , and wo have asked that
the Nebraska force bo BO reduced as to
bring it down to something near the cor
rect proportion. Our companies are all of
the maximum strength of 106 men and wo
have suggested to the president the advis
ability of reducing them to the minimum
of eighty-six. This would nmko a reduc-
tlon of COO in the two regiments and bring
representation In thp army
almost to Its proper place. This arrange
ment would permit the weeding out of
men whoso circumstances nro such ns ap
peal especially to the authorities for relief.
There nro many of them and the list docs
not Include all sick men. There nro many
of our volunteers who left lucrative posi
tions to go to the war and who have families
dependent on them and
for whom wo are
seeking to secure relief. " Governor Hol
comb added that the request was made on
behalf of the enlisted men and not In the
Interest of the officers. "They have the
prlvllego of resigning If they desire to got
out of the service , " ho said. In this con
nection the governor stated that no repre
sentations bad been made concerning the
uttltudo of Colonel Bryan personally and ho
could not say whether the colonel would
seek to resign or secure a furlough.
"All I know positively concerning his plans
Is that ho will start to Jacksonville to rejoin
his regiment tonight. "
The president took the representations of
the delegation under consideration , promis
ing to glvo his response at an tnrly dnto ,
j Governor Holcomh hopin to leave for homo
i tomorrow and hopes to have thu presl-
! dont'u reply before starting.
You Invite dlbuppointinL.nl when you ex
periment. DoWltt'H Little Early Rlners are
pleasant , easy , thorough little pills. They
cure constipation and nick headache jut M
j uro a you take them , .
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