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On display for the first time
At 8 O'clock.
Ou sale for the first time
At 8 O'clock.
THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1003.
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A 812,000 purchase of Stunning Sarins Suits, straight from
factory of L. Harnett, 29 E. 10th St., New York, bought at 46 conts on tho
dollar on salo Thursday at less than half price.
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V.. A KrandeJs cash transaction has broiiP'ht to Omaha a most remarkable Catherine of soriny suits DrobablV the
swellest assemblage of stylish suits ever secured at one purchase in the west.
These garments come from the well known factory of L. Bar.iett, 29 E 10th street. New York, where they were
specially designed and made for the swellest retail store in Baltimore, Md Just six weeks ago the entirt purchase was
due at Baltimore- The factory had been hampered with a tremendous spring rush and could not deliver Barnett de
clined to hurry the manufacture for fear of damaging the high quality of the goods and the Baltimore house refused to wait.
Four weeks later the magnificent stock was completed. Brandeis buyers offered the Barnett house 46 cents on the
dollar. Hard pressed for ready money and unable to risk a greater loss, the manufacturer accepted the offer.
The entire stock is now in Omaha, being unpacked. TODAY THE IMMENSE STOCK, FRESH
FROM THE FACTORY. GOES ON SALE AT BRANDEIS.
Striking Offer BARNETT $20 SUITS AT $9.75 Great Feature for Tomorrow
9px&f tS3 Etamines, cheviots, Venetians, coverts, etc., comprise this lot. They pSBSW
were designed to sell in Baltimore for $20. No niore splendid value ever (1 Jj
ft 7. turned out from a factory to sell at this price. The newest ideas and the j
smartest fabrics were eniployed every suit a beauty TODAY at...
Extra Special $30 SUITS AT $14.85 From Harnett's Now York Stock
oC The newest creations that have made such a furore in the east are in this lot. Voiles,
Etamines, Twine Cloths, Sicilians, etc., in all the new light spring colorings. Nearly all
with drop linings TODAY at
BARNETT'S STYLISH $15.00 SUITS AT $6.98
These snlendid. stvlish Suit's are worth every cent of $15.00-
not evenat late season sale have such Suits jf- Q ft
ever oiu less mau fiu.uu un iuc owcn If Tli
new 1003 effects selling in mid-season , ?Jr;
TOp AY at
BARNETT'S HIGH GRADE $25 SUITS AT $11.90
Kmart dress and walking effects are included in this lot. Among
the swell cloths are the very popular tweeds, voiles, etamines
and broadclothii many of the extreme late "tl "fl Oil
novelty effects the DuBarry, Louis XIV,
Cape Coats, etc, remarkably fetching at
$25.00 TODAY at
BARNETT'S $10.00 VOILE SKIRTS AT $4.98
Voile and Etamine Skirts with and without drop ' yd 98
linings in taffeta and peau de soie folds new. & ,
shades hip yoke effects worth up to $10 at'. .....
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BARNETT'S EXQUISITE $40.00 SUITS AT $18.00
The Suits in this lot were expressly designed for the cream of
Baltimore's swell trader-nothing that' is not of irreproachable
style and finish 80 sample Suits are in
cluded every Suit silk lined Suits not a -l i
whit better in fashion and fabric have sold Jvll
readily in the east at $45 a really won- ji V,jJr
derful bargain TODAY at
BARNETT'S $20 SPRING SILK COATS AT $9.93
The Silk Coats in this stock are the most stunning creations to
. be found this spring they are far superior to f" Q ft
the coat that sells today at' $20.00 most of Lf)
. them made to retail at $22.50 and $25.00 . Jjr r?;
BARNETT'S $7.00 GOLF SKIRTS AT $2.9
Jaunty Golf Skirts, embodying the late up-to-the-minute effects
Barnett' made these Skirts to sell in Baltimore at . Oft
5.00,' $G.00 and $7.00 this will be distinctly
the $kirt value. of the season TODAY at.
STr LOUIS IS SHUT OUT
Pittsburg Takes Font Euns Wlile Keeping
Locals Without a Point. , i
LEEVtR'S PITCHING DECIDES CONTEST
- Carrie Also Does Wll with Rsbber,
' bat . Fll nt Critical Momenta,
Thai Lrttlnv VUItor Take
ST. LOUia,1 April 29. The St. Loui Na
tional! were hut out for the flrit time this
leasoD this afternoon by the Pittsburg,
the final ecore being 4 to 0. The Cardinela'
Inability to do anything with the curves of
Lepver was responsible for their defeat.
Currle, who was on the rubber tor the
locals, pitched good game, but was un
steady at critical moments. Attendance,
FiTTsntma. 1 . st. louis.
K.H O A B I H.H.O.A.B.
BHumonl, ct 1 1 1 olPrrll, 0 I
I'Urtit. If..., y 1 6. 9linoot. cl.... I 1 J
lrh. lb...! t i i t viimln. lb 0 1 1
Viiuf, rf... t 1 1 i Bifriir, If... t I
Br.i,.rld. lb. 1 1 11 fl'NI.hol.. lb... 1 It 1
Aru.Rf, m.. I I 1
Hllllr. w.. J
H'hold.r. nt, 1 I B Cooler, If.... 1 0
Itoyl., lb.... IU I r.rn. r, rfi.. 10
D.hl.a, m... I Bonner, tb... I 0
Hitter, e 1111 0 (irem nr. tb. 0 0 . t)
Flood, tb I i I'Klttrldge, o.. 9 1 I t
Kchoildt, p... 0 O.Willi., p 1 t
Tot.l. ...1 t SI 17 l Total. ... 0 4 U IT 0
Brooklyn 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Earned run: Brooklyn. Two-ban hits:
Strang. First bane on error: Boston. Left
on bam: Brooklyn, 3; Boston, 6. Three
base hit: Doyle. Stolen base: Sheckard.
Double plays: Schmidt to Flood to Doyle,
Willis to Abbattlchlo to Tenney. First has?
on balls: Off Willis, 3; off Schmidt, 4.
struck out: By Willis, S; by tVhnildi, 3.
Time: 1:0. Umpire: Moran.
Kew York Again Wins.
NEW YORK, April 29 New York, kept
up Its winnhiK streak by again defeating
the Phlladclphias today. Hard and fimt
batting in the eiKhth Inning Kuve tlic local
the game. Jt was the finest batting -ever
seen on the Polo grounds and netted five
runs. The visitors hit Mctilnnlty hard In
the fifth. Attendance. 6,500. Score:
NEW YORK. I PHILADELPHIA.
H.H.O.A.B. I H.H.O.A.E.
Ixjnor.n. rf.. 1
Willi. in M. I 4 I
Hy.n, 1 I I
Currle. p t 1 I
Totals ...4 n II ll ToUI. ... I rt IT I
Pittsburg ..:.. 0O0OOJSO 4
St. luls...i 0 00000000 0
Karned runs: Pittsburg, t Two-base hit:
Pranslleld. Threrbas bits: Wagner,
Beaumont. Bacrltue lilts: Krueger itK
I'larke, Donovan. Double plnys: Deever to
Krut-gcr to Branstleld, Williams to Farrell
to Nichols. First base on balls: Off Lver,
1; oft Currle, i. Struck out: By Deever, 6;
by Currle, 2. Ift on bases: tit. Ixiuls. i;
I'lttsburg, 6. Time: 1:49. Umpire' Kinslle.
fkleaso Vina Fool Uasf.
CINCINNATI, ' April . Chicago foilnd
. Toole's delivery easy in th feventh innl uj
, and knocked him out of tlie box. rlouaur,
who was substituted, did well. Welmer was
effective with men on bases. Attendance,
CHICAGO. I CINCINNATI.
a H O. A H I H.H.O.A.B.
111k 0 Keller. If..., 1 1 I
Lionlia, rt. ...
0 cnrcorea, ee.
1 Megoon, lb...
0 Uvrgeu, o.... 1
0 l-oolr, p 1
t II It U ll'lett
Browne, rt. .. 1 1 1
llre.nehan. ct t t 1
Mctlann, lb., i 1 IS
M.rtee. If 1 t
Dunn. M 1 1
Lauder, lb... 14 1
Ollbert, tb... ( I
1 Thomas, cf... 1
0 4 Barry, If 1
1 Wolv't'n, 3b. 1
0 KeUter. rf... 0
Braahear, lb. 0
Hillawltt, M. C
1 H.I I man. 2b.
1 Mitchell, p .. 1
McOlnnlty. 1 1
Totala ... I 14 It 14 4 Totala ... I 11 !4 11 I
New York 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 ft 9
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 j
Karned runs: New York, 6; Philadelphia,
t. First baee on errors: New York, t;
Philadelphia, S. Left on bases: New v ork,
9. Bases on balls: Off Mitchell, , off Mc
Olnnlty, 1. Struck out: - By McGlnnliy. i.
Home run: Brown. Three-base hit: Kels
ter. Two-base hits: Bremahan, Mertes (2),
Lauder, Barry, Brantiear. bacrlllce hit:
Mitchell. Stolen baaa: Bresnahan. Mc
Oann (2), Mertes, Oilbert, McUinnny.
Double play: Hallman to Htiltwlu to
Brashenr. Hit by pitcher: By Mitchell. J.
Wild pitches: By McUlahlty, 2. Tim:': 2:10.
Staadlaw of the Teams. .
Cross. Double plays: M. Cross to Shreck,
Quinn to L. Cross to M. ' Cross to
H. Davis. Left on bases: New York, 7:
Philadelphia, . First base on balls: Off
Tannehlil, 1; off Henley, l:.off Quinn, 1.
Jilt by pitched ball: Qanxell. Struck out:
By Tannehlil, 6: by Henley, 4. Time: 2:00.
I'mpires: Haskell and Carruthers.
Washington Proves Victorious.
WASHINGTON, April 29.-Gibson's nine
f lasses to first, eight stolen banes by Wash
ngton and the newssary hit each time de
feated Boston today. Attendance,. 4,0u0.
WASHINGTON. i BOSTON.
R.H.O.A.B. ft. H O. A B.
Roblnaon, lb. 1 1 2 o'Onh.rtir, If... Ill
ielbach. rf... 100 1 (olllna. lb... 1121
Delrhantr, if 12 0 OO'Urlrn, cf... 0 0 111
Hnlmea. cf... 1110 0 freeman, rf.. 112 11
Carey, lb....O 111 1 1 Parent. ...... 2 111
( ouihlln, lb. 1 1 1 4 u Lat'hance, lb. 0 1 T 0
Mor.n, ...... 1 S 1 i 0 Frrrla. 2b.... 0 111
Clarke, r 13 6 1 t, Critter, c 0 0 10 4
Patten, p 0 0 0 . O.UIbaoo, p.... 14
Totals ... I I IT It ll Totals ... 6 S 24 10 I
Washington 1 2 0 2 0 3 2 0 9
Boston 0 110110105
Karned runs: Washington, 1: Boston 3.
Two-base hits: Freeman, Parent, La
Chance. Three-base hits: Robinson, Clarke,
Gibson. Home run: Clarke. Stolen banes:
Robinson (2), Moran, Coughlln (2) Bel
bach. Holmes (2), Parent, O'Brien, Doherty,
Collins. Double plays: 0'Brlen to Collins,
Collins to Ferris to LaChance. Sacrifice
hits:, Delehanty, Holmes. First base on
balls: Off Patton, 1: off Gibson, 9. Hit by
pitched ball: O'Brien. Struck out: By
Patten, 8; by Gibson. 5. Left on bases:
Washington, 6; Boston, 7. Time: 1:65.
Errors Prove Costly. -
CLEVELAND. April 29 Cleveland won
again today from St. Louis, making two
runs on Friel'i errors and two more by
clean hitting. Bt. Louis scored Its only
run on Bradley's error. Attendance, 3,23.
CLEVELAND. ' 1 ST.
' Totsla ... I t IT 11 1
Batted for Hooker In ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 T
Cincinnati 0 O0OS0U0O-3
Karned runs: Chicago. 6; Cincinnati, 1.
Two-base hits: bVynmiir, Lows. Three
bane hlis: Kelly, Beckley, I'obbs. Horn
run: Kllng. Stolen bases: Donlin, 8 in
feld. Chance t2. Tinker. Double piaa:
Magoon to Beckley, Welmer to Tinker to
Cliance, Tinker to Lowe to Chance (2).
First base on balls: Off Welmer, 6: off
Poole. S; oft Hooker, 1 Hit: By Poole, 1.
Btruck out: By Weimar. I; by Poole. 4,
Passed ball: Bergen. Tims: S.do. Um
pires: Johnston avnd Holllday.
Brooklyn Ontaats Boston.
BROOKLYN. - April . Brooklyn out
batted Boston In today's game, which was
a pitchers' battle. The fielding of both
teams was excellent, two long hits by
Doyle and Strang brought In the runs for
the home team. Attendance. 2.sA Moore:
BHOOKLYN. I BOSTON.
Ktrent. lb... 4 11 imUr, cf... 1
Mm reed M, rt I I Tenney, lb... t IU 1 I
kberkaro, 11. 0 1 Abbat'hlo, a 1 I
New York ..
Bt. Louis ...
Played. Won. Lost.
Games today: Boston at Brooklyn.
York at Philadelphia, Chicago at Cl
nati, Pittsuurg at bt. lxuis.
' .M JO
GAMES )N AMERICAN' LEAGUE
TanaehlU's Pltchlns; Proves Too
Mark for 1'kasnploas, Glviagr
Kv York VIetory.
PHILADELPHIA, April 29. New' York
won tnlay from the champions through
Tannehlll's pitching. In tb ninth Inning
a wild throw by C'onroy. followed by four
bits gave the locals four runs. Attend
ance, 4,300. 8c or: ,
NBW YORK. I PHILADELPHIA.
R H O. A.M. R.H.O.A.B.
A. liavia, ll. l l l i Q'Hartiel, ir...
Keeler. rt ... 1 H. Iala. lb. 11
Mi-Karland. of 1 L. Craaa. lb. I 1 1
III l. ma, lb. 111 Beybold, rf
Bay. cf 1
McCarthy. If. 0
Hickman, lb. 1
Ilradley, tb... 1
I llck. rf 0
ll.inla. c 0
Bernard, p.,. 1
Heldri.k, rf. 0
Hemphill, rf. 0
Anderaon, lb. 0
W.ll.te, aa... 1
If... 0 0 4 0
wood High school In a loos'frly played game
of ball here yesterday) Boore: .Tabor, 2;
Qlenwood, 2L j .. -,- a ;
AMERICAN' ASSOCIATION GAMES
Five Ran Scored in the First Innlns;
Proves to Be 1'sdolns; of
Totala ... 4 I IT 14 ToUlt ... 1 I 24 11 4
Cleveland 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 -4
Bt. Louis 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Earned runs: Cleveland, 2. Two-bae
hit: Bradley. Bacrlflce hMs: Mc.'artnv,
Heldrlck. Left on bases: Cleveland, 4. Bt.
Louis. 3. Btruck out: By Bernard, to; by
Donahue, 2. Time: 1:18. Umpire: O'Laugh
liu. Hit Hankie Freely.
DETROIT, April 29 By batting Dunkle
' 1 lll'C, ,h. I n , I i.., .1 .nn , final
' of the aeries. The Detroit pluved fast anil
effectively in contrast with the mlmraliU
work by the visitors. Attendance, 4,1 bo.
DETROIT. I CHICAOO.
R H O A B I R.H O A B.
Ganiell, lb... I It 4 (Murphy, lb... 1
fnnroy, lb... 1 1 1 Plckerluc cf. 1
t ourtney, aa. I I M. Croea, as.
u Connor, a. . l 1
TsBseblll, p. 1 1
v Pow.ra. a.... 0
Henley, p.... 0
.( 10 IT 11 1 Uulns, p
Barrett, cf... 1
Crawford. If. 1
Carr, lb 1
Elherfeld, aa. I
OeMler, rf... 1
Yeaier. lb... 0
Huelow, c... 1
Donovan, p.. I
I Drlan. lb...
0 Junea. cf . ...
Tot.l. ...10 11 IT It
H.lltuan, 11.. 0
I'.ly. 2b 0
l anneloli, aa 0
Sullivan, c. 0
iunkle, p.... 0
INDIANAPOLIS, April 29. Indianapolis
ran up five runs In the opening Inning,
earning three, and this proved the undoing
of Columbus. Attendance, 1,014. Score:
INDIANAPOLIS. I COLUMBUS.
Hotrlerer, rl I 1 I 0 Hart, cf 1 1 9
Foi, 2b 0 4 0 Brldwell, aa. 1 t 4 1
Jon-., If 0 0 t Bannon, If... 900
Klhm. lb.... 1 0 t 0 0V.llll.ma, If. 1 1 4 0
Coulter, cf... 1 1 4 0 0 Raymer, tb.. 4 111
O'Brien, aa..l 114 0 Mellor, lb... 0 111
Tamaett, 4b.. I I 0 I Turner, lb... 0 110
Heydon, c... 1 I f 1 0 Arndt, rf 0 111
Kurd, p 0 0 0 0 Hoarh, c 1 I T 1 1
. IWolfe, p 0 1 1 I
Totals ... 10 27 11 0
I Totala ... 4 1221 11 4
Tamsett out on bunt strike.
Indianapolis 5 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 9
Columbus 0 0 I 0 0 0 1 0 04
Earned runs: Indianapolis. 5: Columbus,
1. First base on balls: Off Ford, 3; off
Wolfe. 3. Btruck out: By Ford, 2: bv
Wolfe, 5. Hit by pitcher: By Wolfe,
O'Brien. Three-base hit: Coulter. Home
run: Heydon. Sacrifice hit: Fox. Double
plays: O'Brien to Fox to Klhm. Brldwell
to Mellor to Roach. Stolen base: Tam
sett. Left on bases: Indianapolis, 4f Co
lumbus, 9. Time: 1:55. Umpire: Haskell.
Fsgss Shots Oat Toledo.
LOUISVILLE. April 29 FRgan out
pitched Carrlck today and shut out Toledo.
Both teams fielded brilliantly,. Pitcher Cox
was given his release and signed with
Toledo. Attendance, 1,200., Score:
R.H,O.A.B. . ... R.H.O.A.B.
Kerwln. rf... 0 0 4 0 0 Reiallni, cf. . 0 1 1
Odwell. cf... 0 1 Illank'a' p, aa 1 4
Sullivan, lb.. 1111 0 Kloumoy, If 0 1 1 0 0
, tt' hrl.yer. . T I 0 Ower.a. 2b 1 I I 0
V. nite. ID.... l l a I u Aiineieer, ID. V 1
riymr. If... 111. 0 Plauaa.n, rf. I 0
Martin, aa... 111 0 Connor.. lb..0 1 ( 1 o
Chllda. lb.... I 0 1 OKIelnow, O...0 0 T 1
Fagan. p 1111 0 Carrlck, p.... 0 4 110
. Totala ... 4 I 27 U Totala ... 0 4S4 IS 1
Fagan out for not touching second.
Ixiulsvllls .......1... 0 120000104
Earned runs: 'Louisville, 2. Two-base
hits: Sullivan, Clymer, Fagan, Ruisllng,
Connors. Stolen bases: Fagan, Sullivan,
Sacrifice hit: Fagan. Hit by pitched ball
Schrlever. - First base on balls: Off Car
rlck, 4. Struck out: By Fagan, 6; by
Carrlck, t. Left on bases: Louisville, 9;
Toledo, 3. Time: 1:35. Umpire: Foreman.
Mllevauke la Victorious.
MILWAUKEK. April 29. - Milwaukee
scored four earned runs In the first Inning
and was never headed. An error by fchlaf
ley and three singles gave the vi-ltirs
their only run In the sixth. Attendance,
GAMES IN WESTERN LEA 3 UK
Snow and Rain Prevent Play In
Games All Over Territory.
DENVER. April 29. Opening of the
Western league base ball season has been
deferred until tomorrow In consequence of
KANSAS CITY. April 29.-Kansas Clty
Peorla game postponed; rain.
ST. JOSEPH, April 29. St. Joseph-Milwaukee
game postponed: rain.
COLORADO SPRINGS, April 29. Colo
rado Sprlngs-Des Moines game postponed;
St. Joe Franrhlse Aoaln Sold.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., April 21 The Bt.
Joseph base ball franchise was purchased
by W. T, Van Brunt tonight from F. L.
Sullivan. The other magnates of the West,
ern league made known their displeasure
over the sale of the team some time ago,
and at a meeting today, presided over by
President Sexton of the Western league,
Mr. Sullivan announced his willingness to
withdraw. A check was at once given him
for his Interest.
Collea;) Base Ball.
At New Haven Yale, 9; Brown, 3.
At Ann Arbor Michigan, 12; Oberlln, 1.
At Chicago University of Chicago, 6;
. . Games In Western League.
Games today: Omaha with Denver, Mil
waukee with St. Joseph, Peoria with Kan
sas City, Des Moines with Colorado Springs.
With th Bowlers.
The Gate Clt Juniors beat the Western
ToUla ... 1 7 2t 15 I
... 3 3 1 1 0 0 0
....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Detroit, 4. Two-bore hits:
inree-baae hits: Buelow
Total ... 4 7 17 U 1
Batted for Qulnn In the ninth.
New York 0 3001 2000 I
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44
Earned runs: New York, 2; Philadelphia,
4. Two-base hits: Courtney, Conroy, Bey
bold. Three-base hits:,. Keeler. Courtney.
Sacrifice hits: Conroy, Courtney. Stolen
bases: Keeler, A. Davis, McFarland, L.
Barrett, Crawford, Donovan. SacrinY hi s:
ctmitn, laeger. ntoien bases: liairelt til.
Elberfeld, Carr (2), Dolun, Green. Ha ei
Kail. i 11.. ,....,.. u. ..rr ...... 1. 1 . ,
( ui vaB, ..... , ,,. ,., -,UIIt,V, O.
Hit by pitched ball: By Donoan. 1; by
jjunaie, i. rirsi. oase on errors: Detroit,
s. on oases: Detroit, i: Chicago, 8
Phvle. aa 1
Donahue, lb. 3
I'unleevy, it. p
Iiungan, rf... 1
I niiaub, lb.. I
(ryler. aa 0 1 I I 1
u.ly. if 1114 0
McCreery, cf. 1 I I
Teager, c. ... 1 I g
Wllmot, rf... 1
HoBm'a'r, 2b 4 I
Mclutyre, lb. 1 1 1
iaaeb'd'r. lb 1
&imnei, p... t 0 1
Famous the World Orer Fully Matured.
Order front H. Mar at Contra ay
Btruck out. By Donovan, 4; l.y Dunkle. 2. i Bases on balls: Off Elliott, 1: off Stimi
Double play: Carr ninasslnedt. Wl d 2. Struck ojt: By Elliott. &; by Stlmmt
pitch: Dunkle. Time: 1:35. Umpire:, fcheil- j Double play: Vassiilnder to Mclst
dan. I Sacrifice hits: Durileavy (21. Wood. 1
Standing; of lb Teams.
Played- Won. LosL
Washington 7 4
Philadelphia 9 t
New York 7 3
Cleveland 8 2
Buston 9 3
St. Louis i 1
Games today: Bt. Ixiuls at Cleveland.
Detroit at Chicago, Washington al New
York. Philadelphia at Boston.
Tabor Defeats Ulenwood.
GLEN WOOD. 1 April .' tSneclal )
The Tabor High school defeated ths Ulcn-
.4 10 IT 4
Totala ... 3 4 14 11 1
Batted for Sttmme. in ninth.
Milwaukee ,,..4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02
Famed runs: .Milwaukee, 4. Two-bare
hits: Wood, Dunleavy, McCreery, ler.
ntoien oares: liononuti 121, uungan. Wood.
Sacrifice hits: Dunleavy (21. Wood. Left
On bases: Milwaukt-e, 6; Minneapolis, 7.
Time: J:40, Umpires: Moran and Cun
ningham. Postponed Games.
Kansas Clty-Bt. Paul gam postponed on
account of rain.
standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.
Milwaukee . ., 7 I 1 .8,7
Kanaas City 7 t 1 .714
Indianapolis ,....7 & 2 .711
Ixtulsvlll 7 4 I .611
St. Psul S 3 3 .00
1 oleno 7 8 4 .4-"
Columbus 7 2 .24
Minneapolis I 9 I ,uOJ
No lamas today.
Juniors In a match game of tenpins on the
Western alleys last night. The score:
GATE CITY JUNIORS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Howard 1X6 1H6 . 140 401
W'elty 2'l 149 152 fto2
Hull In3 149 1H2 4M
Ealdy 178 167 171 611
Sherwood 184 1 70 141 496
Totals. 897 00 766 2,163
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Sullivan m m 141 414
Timber , 184 160 Ktt S)
Clay 1M 15S 145 49s
Banks 172 167 161 490
Ulbbs 192 162 139 613
Totals 877 766 773 14U
and mapping of the timber belt of Southern
AlaBka. W. A. Langllle, an expert timber
cruiser, has started north, accompanying
Collector of Customs Jarvls of Sitka,
langllle will be the first cruiser sent Into
Alaska for this purpose. He will probably
work as far north as Ska a: way this year.
Other cruisers will follow him, as tha ter
ritory to be covered Is so vast.
P.ed Hot From tha Gan.
' Was the ball that caused horrible ulceri
on O. B. Steadman, Newark, Mich. Buck
len'a Arnica Salv soon cured him. ISo.
For sale by Kuhn 41 Co.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Marketing; of Hos Fairly Liberal,
with Omaha. Holding! Ita Lend
on tha River.
CINCINNATI, April 29. (Special Tele
gram.) Price Current says: Tha market-
log of hogs continues of fairly liberal pro
portions. The total western packing was
895,000, compared with 170,000 tha preceding
week and 335,000 last year. Sine March 1
the total is 2,826,000, against 1,066,000 a
year- ago. Prominent places compare as
Rorkaand Wins Stakes.
LONDON. April 29. Rocksand. ridden by
J. Martin, won the 2.000 guineas dikes at
the Newmarket first spring meeting today.
Flotsam, wltn Miner up, was second. Ka-
betas came In third. Eleven horses started.
Iteltance to Take a Spin.
NEWPORT. R. I. April . It Is ex
pected Reliance will start tomorrow lor
New Rochelle. It Is believed It will mtet
Constitution st the head of Long Island
sound for a trying out or canvas before It
Crosby Wins Cnp Trophy.
PADUCAH. Ky., April 29 Crosby won
the club trophy today, with 172 out of 175
targets. Gilbert and Helkes were second;
Starr and Bronough of Paducah third.
Map of Alaska Timber.
TACOMA, Wash.. April 29. Ths federal
government haa undertaken tha cruising
Will Maka Yon Feel Yoan.
Eloctrio Bitters ar a marvelous tonic,
and work wonders for a weak, run-dowa
system. Try them. Only 60c, For sal
by Kuhn at Co. '
Anotlon Sale of Horses.
W. Chamberlin of Clarks, Neb., will sell
at public auction at the special sale of
horses at 8outh Omaha, Wednesday, May
4, commencing at 1 o'clock, twenty head
of high-class road horses, all good bred
one and ready to use. In tha lot ar
two pairs of extra good ones, one a pair
of browns, t years old, 16-1, and weigh
2,500; high actors and good trotters, with
great style and finish, fine etngla as well
as double. It Is seldom auch a team Is
offered at public auction. Look them up
and you will not ba disappointed In them.
Tha other pair are brown mares, & and I
years old, 15-2, weigh 1,100; Just as hand
some as pictures and good htgh-golng trot
ters, with quit a turn of speed, and need
no filing of any kind; thsy ar right In
very way. The balance of the consignment
ar single horses, but well broken to all
harness, 4 to years old, and weigh from
1,060 to 1.260, and som show horses in
th lot. They ar all young, sound trot
ting-bred horsss and selected with great
ear. Remember, thy will be sold
Wednesday, May I, at 1 o'clock. Be on
hand and see a good lot of horraa.
To all Men who Write to tha HcMef
berg nedlcal Institute, St. Paul.
lust sen' tour nan gad sddrta plainly written snl
thy will n their ert 'Electr-Chmlo Bell"
without ene ent ef est to you. It Is ,ur lor th
asking. Not even scaasry t nd ptagUms,
8000 AS ANY ELECIHlO BSLT IN THI WORLD.
The Heidelberg Medioal Institute, eanltallsed
at 1100,000, Is the Largest and Rlobeat Medioal
Institute in the Northwest and la giving away
thousands of ibelr Ureal Eieotro-Chenilo Belts
to prove and advertise their wonderful curing
power. TbeQrest Eieotro-Chenilo" Belt will
restore you to health aad happiness. lt.OTC
ailing men reoently restored to vim. vigor and
rerfeet manhood. It quickly oures nhsumstlast,
umbago, Lam Bsok. Nomoua Eihsuttlsn, Verlco.
ele.Falllna Vitality, Kidney Troubles, llrar, Stomach
and Samal Dlaeaiee. General Weakness, Loet Nrs
pare and stsn; other allmenta. It is worth from
120 to ISO to any one. It Is given awny absolutely
free by the master sveolaUat to all those who
need the one great ouratlve agent, eleotrlolty.
"SUFFERED EISHTEEN YEARS, CURE0 AT LAST."
CA8S l Tea. Blghteea yeara age I Aral Butlaeearmp
totna of berrou. trouble that afterward, eeuftea Die
greM mleery end .uSerlng. 1 but pain. In bit beck.and
epent nut reetleH nlirbte. 1 bad no control of my fao
ultlee, eo that 1 waa ajwar. at a dlaad.anta.re la whet,
erl undertook. 1 hare been u.ltis the h.litro-'heuile
treatment of the Heidelberg HMW: in.tltute about. I(
veelceend I eonnider rnvHUeuifJ Oboe uiore,ajid to be
wellla worth all emeu haa. , . I B.
PrPFMFR The Belt U not sent on trial but
rr.rt LrwSr.il l. youre to keep forever with
out lbs payment of one eent, no write today
for the Oreat Eleotro-Cbeailo Belt Fr. Men
tion this paper Address
Heidelberq Medical Institute
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