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THE OMAHA DAILY DEE: SUNDAY. JUNE 12, 1904.
Grand Lace Sale
Clearing up f our (treat lace stock.
Bleeve laced, lace bands, appliques, all
overs, Inserting, point, Nottingham,
at lc, 2ic, 44c up
We are Sole Agents tor the Hon
No other lace department In Omaha
ran show one yard of these goods.
REMEMBER you save 60 per cent
when buying lace from ua.
TUB RELIABLE STORE.
25c Applique Embroideries, 71c
For one day we will tell beautiful line
of Medal Ions and FreDch Embroidery
Applique, worth up Tl
to 25c, at, 7oC
Pr yard w
THE RELIABLE STORE.
50c Laundry Bags 12c
mornlng at 8 o'clock sharp extra
quality sateen denim laundry
a In all colors, worth 60c on
aale, Monday, only
Only Two to a Customer.
rifK itEt.iini.K stohr.
Only 150 left out of the car load. TH Jp n acAory rVi'THI N K O?" Yt !
few days. You can secure them at U-es than factory prices. THi ut u
Velour Couch. 27 Inches wide, 74 Inchea lcng .
our special price "'A"i" 'i -k''i tV.V ro'iich.' ifi
I16.W Velour Couch,
tit 00 Velour Couch,
83 20 Le ather Couch,
8.5.00 Leather Couch,
132 60 Leather Couch,
Solid Oak B-Drawer Chif
foniers bevel plate glass
Bantlary Steel Couch-llk cut- 3.Q5
worth 16.50. only
t)van-llke cut-upholstered In beat 5.Q5
grade velour, worth 18.50. only
V,!P5 Jl? eiVswfsS NOVELTIES- (embro.dered 27
IVHTE WASH SUITINGS
WHITE WASH SUITS The proper street gam ior m .
WH1TK OXFORD (Dlaln) 27
Inch,, at. yard, 3ftc, 26c and..
WHITE I'EKAY 28 inch,
at, yard, 4fc 36c, 26c, 20c and.
WHITE REPP OR POPUN
(mercerized) 27 Inch, at
WHITE VOILE 27 Inch,
at, yard, Sic 25c nnd
WHITE ETAMINE (linen)
SO Inch, nt, yard, 6"c and
WHITE SNOW DROP-27
III., 1 III Bllll r. 1 1 j , . . , J ------- "
WHITE MARSEILLES 27 In.. 5()c
(French fabric), at. yard. . . ... w
NEWEST WHITH WAISTIXGS.
VAL. LACE EFFECTS 27 Inch, fully
as aheer aa French lawns, 4Qc
, at, yard .
Inch, at, yard,
FANCY SILK MULLS.
BEST GRADE DOTTED MULLln all
colors, (no black), 25 C
Black and all color extra quality
Plain Silk Mull, 25c
BARGAIN WHITE WAISTINOS.
Fanoy figured white Imported .Waist
lngsv 69c, 490, and 89c grades, 20c
on aale Monday, at, yard av-
An Immense Purchase of Silks on Sale Monday.
We clear up a great lot of Fine Silks from the well known manufacturers A. 1. DUILLIAHD
& CO., 70 Worth St., New York, at a price below cost to make. COMMENCING MONDAY WE
OFFEK MOST ASTONISHING BARGAINS, in plain summer silks, plain, colored and black
taffeta and neat fancy silks for shirt waist suits. We believe this is by far the must important
sale of silks we have held this season, because of DESIRABILITY OF STYLES and excellent
quality of entire lot of silks.
8 O'CLOCK SHARP MONDAY MORNING. 100 pieces plain SUMMER SILKS, in every hue of
rainbow, all the finest of silks, in 21, 24 and 27-inch widths, may be used for waists, dresses, shirt
waist suits, children's dresses, kimonas, draperies and a thousand other purposes OOo
silks in this lot worth up to 75c on sale at 4 VC
DO PIECES OF THE NEW SILKS FOR SHIRT WAIST SUITS all the pew blue and browns,
in narrow strips, dots and small figures, also an immense lot of wine, green and gun metal shades,
in taffetas and Louisienes, from the A. D. Duillard stock
regular $1.00 silks all go at
BOUCLE, LOUISIENE AND TAFFETA
SILKS, for shirt walat suits, on sale the
shades are champagne, stone blue, gun
metal, green, brown, navy, small designs,
and most excellent At
sllk-on sale at 4lC
YARD WIDE SILKS AND LINEN PON
GEE and yard wide all silk white wash
silk, both unusua'ly great jf
bargains for Monday 4fC
BLACK TAFFETA from the A. D. DUIL
LIARD purchase 60 pieces oil hoiled 19
lnch black taffeta, made of purest and
finest silk, and aa strong as steel, has
guarantee to wear woven on selvedge
of every yard, and In rich deep Mack,
and brilliancy equal to any French taf
feta that retails for II. 25, fir
we offer you this silk Monday at
IMPROVED BLACK WINSLOW TAFFE
TA In moussellne finish, made expressly
for suits, wraps and jackets we could
tell you of thousands . of ladles that
wou!d buy no other than Wlnslow, be
cause it is the best wearing silk that
was ever placed on sale no black Wlns
low genuine unless name Is on selvedge,
Hayden Bros exclusive Omaha agents.
Closing Out the Sweetser-Pembrook Stock
IN OUR FAMOUS DOMESTIC
ROOM-WASH GOODS DEPT.
AH the Wash Goods, worth up to 75c a
yard, will be divided Into three large lots
and closed out at the following prices:
5c, 74c and 10c a Yard.
On the iOc Counter
S9c Mercerlxed Silk Ginghams, BOe Imported
Madras, 60c British Piques, 25c beetled
Dimities. 35c French Organdies, 25c
Woven Dots, 39c Tissues, 3oc Oxford
Suitings, 25c Voiles, 39c Foulards and
other goods that Bull regularly Kic
up to 75c a yard, at avw
On the 74c Counter
19c Irish and Scotch Dimities, 25c Oxford
8ultlniT9. 26e Mercerized Oxford white
' polka dot waistlngs, 25c Imported em
broidered Batistes, St. Gaul Tissues and
French Organdies, worth up to
85o a yard, at
On the 5c Counter
The greatest variety of Fine
Wash Goods, ranging in price
from 10c up to 25c per yard that
was ever placed on sale.
16o Pacific Batistes, 15c Holly Batistes, 15c
Queen Batistes, 15c Imported Batistes, 15c
Percales, 36 Inch wide fine goods, 32 Inch
German Indigo blue Calicos, extra heavy.
VPAc fine Scotch Ginghams, 10c Zephyr
Ginghams, 15c black Sateen, 12'c double
folded shirting Percales, 19c Oxford Mad
ras, white grounds and other goods worth
up to 25o a yard, Ec
closing out, at -'w
C'4c Indigo Blue Shirting Prints, oi
at, yard ojl,
6Vic Full Standard Prints, 0r
at, yard Jv
126c, 13c and 19c Lawns, Dimities and
batistes, in mill ends, 4 Sr.
at, yard Mb
26c Black Mercerized Linings, e.
at, yard OW
6c Cambric Lining, In brown 1lr
and gray only, at, yard lab
FROM 9 TO 11 A, M.
12V4c Scotch Plaid Ginghams, 11,-,
at, yard OJC
FROM 2 TO 4 P. M.
We will sell 10c Printed Batiste, fast colors,
and only 10 yards to a customer, ir
at, yard OaC
All Wool Challles, 75c grade,
61-Inch Mohair, 11.00 grade,
I'V Turn-Over Collars,
Sfc Ladles' Silk Stock Collars. jQj
26c Sets Ladles' Collars and
Cuffs, per set
2V to 35c Wash Laces.
2.V Applique Embroideries,
Special bargain In, All-Over Laces;
luhbons, lc to 10c per yard Monday.
The business Satunl.iy v;is fnornimia. ut wo have jt pared for a sxcator
rush .Monday. Tli business If'iitimlay jtrently reduced, but iMd not deplete the
ha 1-:1 in (Verities In
Suits, Skirts, Waists and Jackets.
They Are Money Savers See Them Monday, Sure.
KI2.K4 Women's Wash Salts !..
Nearly nil sninpWs, riarto up In the newest
styles, in linens, lawns, madrns, .Hmities,
lutlste, trimmed with lace and liiscriinn.
north up to $1.50, A (W
flO Women's Jackets 2.H,
Better than those offered last Saturday
nearly nil silk coats, the greatest values
. ever offured, worth up to U0.00, O Oft
Monday, whllo they last C.rJ
n.MM Wome-.'s V-'nh Waists
Trimmed in ;sce. insertion, embroidery or
tucks, In all ihe nov wash nia'crla a.
latest stlcs. Including the NKW
HKHTHA WAISTS, worth from 13 0" to
?ti U0. your choke (ltr
4113 Women's Voile Skirts n.
Made of the very best French v.illrs, trim
med with several rows of taffeta, worth
up to 112.00. the best values If
ever otfered, at - "V
Silk Bhlrt Witlit Knits.
S75 sample subs, made to sell at flS.O.
L0 00 nil 1.10.00, Monday's Q nf
price, J15 00. 112.50 and JJJ
We want a crowd Monday. Aa an extra
Inducement for you to visit our Cloak
Department and sec our stock we will aril
FROM 8 30 TILL 9:30 A. M.
11.60 Black Mercerised 40r
FROM 8 TILL 9 A. M.
$1.00 Women's Wash Walsta, in vestlnas.
lawns, dimities, etc., 29C
FROM TILL 10 A. M.
11.00 Women's Wrappers,
FROM 9:30 TILL 10:30 A.
11.00 Women's Lawn Klmonss,
FROM 10 TILL 11 A. M.
Women's Wash Suits. In lawns and per
cales, trimmed with mbroidery, O-c
worth up to 14 00, each jkjs
FROM 7:30 TILL 9:30 P. M.
$1.25 Women's Wrappers, In
lawns and percales, at
Greatest Sale of the Season
in Our Linen and Domestic
Union bleached Table Damask, in
beautiful patterns and styles, sold
regularly at 40c, on sale, -. 224C
Pu re ' Yl n en ' ha i f -bleac tied 'Table Dam
ask, 65o value, 4Uc
special at yard w
12 yards English Long Cloth, regular
12Vto value, Monday, . 4 f)M
Ready-to-usa Bleached Sheets, with
out seams, 81x11, regular value twe,
on sala Monday only, 49C
8 PAIR TO 'A CUSTOMER.'"
Ready-made bleached Pillow Cases,
regular price 12tto, special Q
for Monday, each "s
Big sale on Towels. , Monday e
for 16, 12Hc, 10c 8io and OC
Monday will be a record breaker In
prlcea on White Goods such aa India
Llnona, Lawns, Dlmltlea, Check
Nainsooks, etc.. for yard , C ,
10c, 7 Wo and OC
LACE CURTMN DAY,
Monday, June 13th.
Our Lace Curtain sales have attracted buyers not only
from the three cities," but throughout several states.
Monday morning we will place on sale our Lace Curtain
stock of four manufacturers-NOTTlNGHAMS, CABLE NETS,
IRISH POINTS, etc.-M FOUR GRAND LOTS.
LOT 1 Nottlnghams, worth up to $3.00.
LOT 2 Cable Nets, worth up to 16.00.
LOT I Bon Fame, worth from $8.00 to $9.00 each.
Monday, each, from 86.50 down to
LOT 4 Irish Point, worth from 88.00 l2.,10)? per pa,r'
Monday, at. per pair. $5,20, 13.10, 82.20 and
We Fit Classes Correctly. Moderate
Charges.. Ask Our Optician About It.
High Grade Dress Goods Dept.
EXTRAORDINARY PRICES FOR MONDAY'S SALE
Fine Silk Finish Mohairs Lustrous, heavy weaves In Sicilians the daintiest of
Voiles Silk Warp Crepes and the close Et amines all go on sale Monday at prices
that will please you. Qualities the best, and colorings the latest.
Lupin's Fancy Silk and Wool Voiles, the latest fabrics and styles, lace voiles, Mexican
voiles, Cluny voiles, Contonne voiles our $2.50 and $2.98 quality 1 Ifl
black and colored, for I.Or
Lupin's Fancy Voiles, In black and-colored our $1.98 quality you know 4 iCk
the rest for Monday IV
Any Plain Blue Voile In our stock, that has been selling for $1.23. $1.50 and '7I1-.
$1.75 for Monday blues only , ivt
Priestley's Cravenetted SicU'an the fabric for outing or traveling wear plain black,
plain blue, black and white check, blue und white check $2 98 quality tC
60 inches wide for Monday, only I.UV
66-Inch Fancy Mohair Suiting the swell fabric ror shirt waist suits, fcr rain 4 in
or shine regular $1.08 quality for Monday lidV
66-Inch Priestley's Sicilian black only extra weight and silk finish our
$1.26 quality for Monday OC
Black, Blue and Brown, 64-Inch Mohair Sicilian worth $1.00
for Monday ; 40C
Lansdowne the cream of dress fabrics seventy-two shades sole agents for Omaha.
Flannel Dept. 1
18c extra fine Cheviot Shirting, flr
10c 28-inch wide extra heavy
fV4c Shaker Flannel,
$2.50 extra large high-giade Mar? elites
Bed Spreads, f fiCl
$1.10 Extra heavy white Honeycomb
Bed Spreads, mtde from do&ble
twisted yarn, very large size; beauti
ful patterns, hemmed ready BSn
:'or use, each OOW
200 white Fringed Bed Spr.ads, Mar
seilles, patterns, cut-out cnin.ts for
lion beds, heavy knotted fringe and
Hardware, Stoves and Housefurnishings
Summer Goods U Nttd Them Now-it Pricts Thai Will Mike You Buy,
K-lnch Rubber Hose.
16-Inch High Wheel Mowers,
Hardwood Hose Reels. ' -
i panel Screen Doors, (1V4 Inch),
Wood Frame Wringers,
Fancy Embossed Comb Case, 7C
Fancy Wood Salt Box,
Large Bowl Strainer,
Wired Asbestos Toaster.
Nickel Plated Hammer.
THE! LARGEST fJlNR OF REFRIGERATORS AND ICE CHESTS IN
Hardwood Adjustable Screens,
Beet Screen Cloth,
per square foot
8-Burner Gasoline Stoves,
Large 3-hole Stove with step,
(-Hole Cast Range, fine baker,
Gasoline Oven, steel).
Folding Lunch Basket.
Knife and Fqrk Tray,
Folding Coat Hangers,
$ boxes Wax Tapers,
3 large boxes Tooth Picks,
Granite Pie Plates,
100-piece Decorated Dinner Sets, best Eng
lish semi-porcelain, fancy shapes, regular
$12 and $15 values, Monday 5.98
Stippled Gold and Hand Painted Salads,
Fruit Bowia, Chop Trays, Cake Plates,
etc., regular $1,50 values, Monday. . 25c
Imitation Cut Finished Tumblers, 6 for. 5c
Cups and Saucers, handled, fancy shapes,
best white granite, per set. 34c
All sizes Odds and Ends in Decorated
Plates, as long as they last, each 5c
Special Skirt Sale
The most beautiful line of samples of Ladies'
White Underskirts in the city. Elabor
ately trimmed with fine imported laces and
embroideries slightly soiled in handling
but worth from $8.50 to $15.00
GREAT P RE-INVENTORY SALE
48-lb. sack High Fatent Minnesota
6 lbs. hand picked Navy Beans 19c
6 lbs. good Japan Klce, Sago, Tapioca,
Farina or Hurley 19c
I-arse sacks Cornineal '..12Vic
The best Luundry Starch, per lb 3Wc
6 bars best Iaundry Soap 18c
Bromangelon, Jell-O or Jellycon, per
Force, Neutrlto, Vigor, Vim or
F.gg-O-See, per pkg 7Q
The best Macaroni, per pkg 8Ho
can taucy Ala-ska Cannon c
Potted or Deviled Ham, per can 8c
3-lb. can fancy Table Peaches, Pears or
Apricots in heavy syrup 12'4c
1-lb. pkg. Condensed Mince Meat 5c
Large bottle Pickles, any kind 8'-sc
Large bottle pure Tomato Catsup 8Vfco
8-lb. can solid packed Tomatoes 7Ho
8-lb. can Golden Pumpkin or Hominy . ..7VsO
3-lb. can California Squash or Apple
8-lb. can Boston Baked Beans 7Vjo
Ijirge glasses pure Fruit Jam 8'j(C
Razzia, the new gum, per kg 8c
DRIED FRUIT SALE.
Large California Prunes, per lb...
London Layer Muscatel Raisins.
rnm-jr n.uiurnia j-eacnes, per ID 7Wj
Fancy New York Ring Apr.les, per lb . 7V4o
Virginia Blackberrlen, per lb 7Uc
California Grapes, per lb 7Jo
FRESH FRUIT SALE.
Ivrge Juicy Seedless Lemma, per doz.. 12c
Large Juicy 8w Orates, per dos.... 12c
California Comb Honey, per rick i. 12a
California White Figs, per pkg 6c
BUTTER 8 ALB.
The very best new grass Butter noth
ing better made per lb 20o
Oood Country Butter, per lb 10c
FREE)! FREE!! FREE!!!
A nice cold drink of Wild Cherry Phos
phate or Root'Beer In Grocery Dept.
COOD DAY FOR THE RACERS
Large. Crowd Witntiiei Fin' Card at
SprigTM Strait Pub
ANAWILl BREAKS RECORD IN STAR EYENT
Hakes Second Half in 1iO0 8-4, Against
IttoT 1- by Bluen Last Year,
' Wbn, However, TraeU
Gloomy ektei and threatening ratn'were
not gufflctenl cause to keep a good round
thousand of people from the Sprague Btreet
Driving park yesterday afternoon on the
occasion of the second matinee of the sea
son of the Omaha Driving club. Like the
opening event It was the most enjoyable of
Its kjnd, a fast track, handsome and
spirited horses and no end of enthusiasm
contributing to the desired result. The
blue-blooded horse flesh was not all within
the circle, either, for grouped around In
side the rail, were no end of gay equipage
nd high-bred stock, many of the latter of
which were no strangera to the bike buggy
and the narrow! shadow of the wire. The
Icene altogether was a particularly pleas
ing and pretty one, to which the presence
f a Jarge number of attractively gowned
women contributed In no email degree,
Owing to the fact', that for one reason
and another several of the horses tn the
Ulrfere'nt races were scratched the contests
were not as hotly, contested aa they might
have been had the original card been car
ried out, but they were' close enough to
keep the Interest up at all stages of the
tame and the spectators on the qui vlve
from start to finish. In the first, which
a as a trotting race, only two of the field
of four starters scored. They were R. II.
Healana bro n gelding General Nutlng
ham and T. C. Byrnes Myrtle Boy, and
much Interest centered In this race among
the horsemen particularly, owing to the
fact that Byrne's horse was beaten by the
bar at the last matinee. Healan's horse Is
a beautiful little animal and as plucky and
good ai he Is beautiful, but yesterday he
was no match for Myrtle Boy, following
Mm to the wire In two straight heats.
Nntlngham- lost his stride almost under
the word In the first heat and went up
again on the hacketretch, never hurrying
the black, and lu tho second, while be kept
to the ground better and mafle It more of a
horse race, he was never dangerous. Ills
performance was a disappointment to those
who aaw his clip at the first matinee, for
he gave every Indication of having gone a
little stale from overwork.
Mixed Pace and Trot.
, The second event was a mixed pace and
trot and showed a aurpiiser In N. Chat
field's Albert L., a big rangy animal which
showed some wonderful bursts of speed
and won the race in two heats. In the
second the winner lost his feet on the first
quarter and thereby surrendered the pole
and a good lead to O. C. Redick'a Robert
Post, but he came down quickly and
squared away in beautiful style and beat
Robert to It by a good length, in 1:1V4.
The third event was the star race of the
afternoon, between pacers, and as was an
ticipated might be done the track record
was broken by R. W. Lowrey'e Anawlll
covering the second half In the fast time
of l;tXJ. Last year, however, C. C. Ken
dall's Blugen made the half In 1:074 at
which time the track was at least twenty
five feet longer than It Is now, so It Is
doubtful if Anawlll's pace was any faster
than that of Kendall s horse. But her half
Is the record for the new track neverthe
less and was a creditable and pretty per
formance, F. J. Campbell s Roy F. was
second and W. A McKey's Toney W. third.
The fourth and last race of the afternoon
wa -a pace with three starters. It took
them a long time to get away, but Frank
Molarity's Sam finally proved the fastest
performer, winning In straight heats. Fol
lowing is the summary: .
First race, trottlns::
?.e"'.,Nli,t'"K,Jam' b"'AIV.H Healan....2
Myrtle Boy. bl. g., T. C. Byrne..., 1
Second race, mixed:
Albwrt L.. b. g., H. Chatfteld 1
Robert Post, br. g., O. C. Iteiick 2
Allle Chantwood, ch. m., J. w. Carr '" 8
Fay 8., b. m.. E. C. Smith .' '4
Third race, pace:
Toney W., b. g , W. C. McKey 1
Roy F., br. g., F. J. Campbell '3
Anawlll, b. m., R. W. Lowrey 1
Fourth race, pace:
Sam, b. g., Frank Morlarty 1
Lady Bel. bl. m., A. W. Henderson.. 2
Eddy V.. r. g., E. Dietrich $
Btarter: W. 8 SanD. Judires: M.r.
Nott, Richard Thompson and C. C. Kendall
Timers: J. F. Byrne, M. Dowling.
OLYMPIC GAMES AT WORLD'S FAIfl
Western Schools Compete tor Cham
pionships nt St. Loots St ad I ana.
8T. LOUIS. Mo., June 11. In one of the
most remarkable meets In the history of
aestern colleges the Indiana university won
the western collegiate athletic champion
ship today at the Stadium. The scoiM-of
the college represented in the meet fol
low: Indiana university, 32; Iceland Stanford
university, of California, 27: Purdue univer.
slty, of Indiana, 24; University of Colorado,
University of Missouri, 16: Washington uni
versity, of St. Louis, 14; University of Illi
nois, t; Christian Brothers coUege, of St.
In the 120 yard high hurdle, T. Shldeler,
of Indiana university, beats the world's
record of IS 1-6 second by 1- of a second.
but aa there are only two official timers,
the time made by Shldeler will' not be offic
ially recognised as a new record.
C. S. Rodman, of the University of Illi
nois, winner of the discus event, gave an
exhibition. He threw the discus 130 feet
6 inches, two turns before releasing the
discus. He did not throw from a circle,
however. The summaries:
100 yard dash: H. Martin, I. U.. won;
W. E. Johnson, U. of C, second; H. K.
Tootle. W. U., third. Time: 101-6 seconds.
880 yard run: Charles Schultz, U. of M..
won; M. Wallace, I. U.,second; F. F. Hoi
man, L. S. V third. Time: 2 minutes, 1-5
440 yard run: A. C. Kingsbury, U. of C,
won; J. Fleming, W. U., second; C. Thomp
son, I. V., third. Time: 49 3-5 eeconds.
Putting the shot: O. E. Hyde, L. 8. U.,
won; H. W. Cenderson. U. of M., second;
H. Wulff. U. of M., third. Distance 40 feet,
120 yard high hurdle: T. Shldeler, Indiana
university, won; K. W, Lanaghan, L. 8. U ,
second; L, Smith, W. U., third. Time: 15
seconds. The world's record was beaten.
Shldeler covered the distance, - Jumping 10
feet 8 lneh hurdles and cut one-fifth of a
second from the record. As there were
only two offlslal timers, the record. It was
announced, will not be officially recognised.
Running broad Jump: H. W. Bell, L, 8.
V., won; L. Smith, W. U.. second; W. E.
Johnson, U. of C, third. Distance; 21 feet,
Two mile run: W. F. Verner, P. U.. won;
L. E. Hea.ru, P. U., second: 8. L. Horna
day, I. U., third. Time: 11:59.
220 yard low hurdle: W. H. Lanaghan, L.
B. V., won; A. 8. Kingsbury, U. of C,
second; T. C. Shldeler, 1. U., third. Time:
24 4-6 seconds.
Throwing the discus: C. Rodman, U. of
I. , won; H. Wulff, U. of M., second; W.
If. Banks, I. U., third. Distance: 122 feet,
The Indiana university of Blnomlngton,
Ind., won the western collegiate athletic
championship In the games held at the
Stadium today, with a total of 33 points.
Leland Stanford university, at Berke'.ey,
Cal., was second, with 27 points, and Pur
due university, at Lafayette, lnd., was
third with 24 points.
Pole vault: L. Sanse. I. U., won: E. C.
Glover, P. U., second; O. E. Burland, U. of
Illinois, third. Height: 11 feet. 6 Inches.
Throwing 54 pound hammer: R. J. Walls,
W. U.. won; J. D, Landon, U. M., second;
J. J. Sweeny, C. R. C, third. Distance: 19
feet, 11H Inches.
220 yard run: H. G. Martin, I. U., won;
W. E. Johnson. U. of C. second; H. K.
Tootle, W. U., third. Time: 21 4-6 seconds.
One mile run: L. E. Hearne, p. U.. won;
W. F. Verner, P. 17., second; L. Hornaday,
I. 17., third. Time: 4:44 1-5 seconds.
Throwing hammer: H. L. Thomas, P. U..
won; W. H. Itanks. L U-, second; O. 8.
Towler, U. of C, third. Distance: 144 feet.
Running high Jump: H. W. Bell. 1,. 8.
V., won; N. Dole, L. S. U., second; V.
Shldeler, I. U., third. Distance: 6 feet, 9
FREIGHT TRAFFIC MEN BUSY
East Osti Away with Waitera Lines at
End of Hard Struggla.
BATE SCHEDULERS BADLY MIXED UP
1CHAEFER W1S BILLIARD HATCH
Hecelvrs Tremendous Ovation at the
Close of the Contest.
PARIS. June 11. The billiard match be
tween Schaefer and Cure at 3, (mi points,
elghteen-lnch balk line, two shots In, was
won tonight by Bchaefer by 12 points. The
winner ran out with a brak of 63, He re
ceived a tremendous ovation.
Joint Traffic Association Meeting;
Held at Krtis Park, Where Nine
Session Are Required to
Determine the Isaac,
The game of ball between the freight
agent of the eastern line and the western
lines at Krug park yesterday afternoon
was nothing If it was not fast freight The
westerners were not able to get the busi
ness, notwithstanding their line are on the
ground, and the eastern agents were able
to bill the freight through by 18 to 12. Dur
ing the competition all of the line were
troubled by strikes, which came In bunches
of three and often put the corporation out
of business temporarily. Darling seemed
to be the boss walking delegate and got
more strike out than any other of the ball
The struggle for through business began
with the eastern line representative doing
business at the home plate. The west got
one train through In the first Inning, and
In the second added two more, while the
east took through four. Barker and Jeni
fer both suffered from flnger-on collisions
with the ball and Barker went out.
In the third Inning Doty of the east wa
unable to arbitrate a trike and the other
freight hustlers for those line failed to do
anything. For the west Rosenaswelg
started something off In a refrigerator car,
but Darling Jn the switch tower got it on a
sidetrack and before the hunch could clear
the yards Piatt was also tied up at the
econd freight house and the line were
blocked for the day.
Rate Schedules Abandoned.
The east put a lot of contract up In the
first half of the fourth, but the west man
aged to sidetrack the whole bunch at the
first switch. Then the west came down to
business and right there some ugly rate
slashing began. McCowan got some stuff
In a pirated car and turned up at second
with the consignment before any one knew !
the goods had been moved. He was wrecked
there without doing any good. Plerson sent
one Into the left yard and Falconer, who
wa there, did not seem used to shunting
heavy freight and did nothing, mills and
Pleron got their tuff through without
any lm for damage, and whllt William
wa looking for a chance to cut under the
other line at second Bock Bent a hot mes
sage to middle Doty went after it with the
right-of-way, but he hit an open switch
and flew the track and got his neck full of
dirt. The rat smashing netted three runs.
In the fifth traffic aeeociatlon session tho
east got back with four runs. Jenifer sent
one to Williams, but while the latter was
busy with his pencil and paper figuring out
the margin, the ball lit in the right-of-way.
Longworth opened up some new territory
and stole two bases and came home on a
passed ball. Then the boys thought they
aaw the signal right for through business
and Falconer. Doty and Shumway con
nected at the terminal! The west could
not get n hundredweight of goods In their
half. In the next Inning, however, Plerson
and Williams came In, the latter making a
home run with stop-over privileges.
Business All One Way.
Business became terribly demoralised In
the seventh and while the western lines
never turned a wheel, the east had a car
famine It was so busy and hauled home
Ix run. In the next each side took two
run. Darling showed what th Erie Dis
patch could do by taking two bases on a
wild throw to first and stealing home on a
passed ball. Stockman, who was the fur
niture car among the westerners, also
made fast time around the diamond, al
though this wa very hard on the rondbed.
In the last Hodges, for the east, got the
contract for a car of perishable goods and
Doty, fpr the opposition, took B. A M. 71144
around the Belt line to the water tank.
The agent then got together and fixed up
Here Is a copy of the waybill and mani
fest, the train sheet and checker' report
T. Faus Catcher...
Piatt. Williams Pitcher
Rosensswela ...First base
McCowan Second base
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to Poughkeepsie. Instead or first going into
quarter at college for their practice on
the Hudson, the expense of maintaining
quarters In two places is obviated. Coach
Goodwin also believes that by longer ac
quaintance with the conditions on the Hud
son river at Poughkeepsie the men will be
come more thoroughly acclimated and fa
miliar with the course.
During the early part of their stay at
Poiitflikeei.sle the men will be worked hard,
going over the fuur-iulle course ns often as
possible. Thirty oarsmen, accompanied by
Coach Goodwin ami Manager Myers, will
leave. Of tills number elliteen are 'varsity
men and twelve I'rwhrnen. The final elec
tion of the two clKlits that will row In the
regatta lias not yet been made. The eight
that is now known ns tliu 'varsity had Its
usual practice on tho Harlem yesterday
and rowwl several miles in fair stylo.
about n week. He was cdered home Immediately.
FltillT MAY II A V 12 TO BE POSTPONED
Hay ward ....
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COLIMBIA CREWS ARK AT WORK
Both 'Varsity and Freshmen Prepar
ing; for Final Selection.
(Copyright, by New Tork Herald Co., 1&T4.)
NEW TORK. June 11 (New York Her
ald Service Special to The Bee ) The Co
lumbian crews, both 'varsity and freshmen,
left town for the season of preliminary
practice t Pomrhkepsle. where they will
remain until after the annual lntercollegt.
at regatta on June 28.
Their departure Is In accordnnce with
Plans that Coach Goodwin has had In mind
for some time, but which were only re
cently announced. Tho new policy Is both
for economy and In order to Increase the
efficiency of the oarsmen. By going direct
Jeffries Knee Still Swollen and Re
sult ot Vet Certain.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 11. Advices from
the training quarters of James J. Jeffries
atuto thai ihu condition of the champion's
Injured knee- is nuuiewhat Improve!, but
lie will nut be able to leave his cottage to
day. Possibly he may do some work to
morrow. If he does not rapidly recover
the use of his leg he may be compelled to
request a postponement of the fight, but
he does not anticipate that this will be
necessary. When asked If they would con
sent to a rhaugo of date, the backers of
Munroe said they had no desire to have
their man tight a cripple.
HARBIN SPRINGS, Cal., June ll.-The
doctor who la attending Jeffries' Injured
knew left here this ttftcrnnon. He said
Jeffries must be careful and take good care
of the Injured member. Uelaney says:
"Jeffrles's knee is wciik and ho cannot
do anything but 'gymnasium' work and
must cut out all road work. He will not
leave here until the Inst moment. There
will be no inistponement of the fight. Jeff
ries will be on hand and ready to go the
Harvard' llotv Oar Ha Measles.
GALKS FKRRY. Conn., June 11. John
Bowdlicli, the bow oar In the Harvard
four-oar crew, was found to be 111 of the
measles this afternoon and the Harvard
camp tonlKht is full of worried men be
cause of feor that a case may develop
among the 'varsity eight. The at t ark Is
light and Hnwdltrh may be expected to re
turn to his regular place In the shell In
YOl'lUG WI38 FIELD CLt'B ' TENXIS
Veternn Land the Club Championship
'In Spite of Heavy Handicap.
Yesterday afternoon the long drawn out
tennis tournament of the Omaha Field
club was brought to an end, resulting in
favor of Con Young, who defeated V.
Chase, S-4. 6-4, 6-1 1
The result was what every one expected,
but all through the match gallery senti
ment was with Chaae, who was repeatedly
cheered. Unfortunately it was one of hin
"off" days; at no part of the game did he
come up to his usual standard, and toward
the end of the match he grew very nervous
and made many blunders, rervlng douhlo
faults again and again. After the brll
liant showing he had made through tho
tournament, his play came as a surprise.
As for Young, he seemed to Improve with
every stroke. His play was one continuous
swift drive. He never seemed to tire,
and each game saw him more enthusiasts
than the one before. It was perhaps this
tireless plugging that broke ( hasr.
The match wa for the winner of three
et out of five, and despite tlia handicap
of 16 and half-fifteen, w.hlch Young hail
to contend with he won the first three
eta straight. At the commencement play
waa often brilliant, most of the games
being deuce and full of "Impossible" re-,
Though better things had been expected
of Chase, there is no need for him to take
his defeat seriously, for this Is but his sec
ond year on the courts, while his op
ponent come from the second sporting
county of England, and waa very probably.
f 'laying tennis among his native hop-fields
ung before Chase could epell the word
Entries Close at Cednr ItapMs.
CEDAR RAPIDS. Ia.. June 11. (Special.)
The entries fur the Cedar Rapids race
closed last night and the list contains over
100 of the faatest horses of this and other
states. The races will be held June
and the next week the races will be held
at Marlon. Speclul rates have been secured
on all railroads and a arge crowd is ex
pected in the city.
Mendelssohn' "Hymn of Praise" by Jnnes
and his band and great chorus of 600 voices
at Auditorium tonight.
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