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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEt SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1M4.
Grand Opening Bisplay
THE REM A RLE STORE.
TUB RF.LIABLB TORE.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH
BEAUTIFUL EVENING GOWNS FOR THE HORSE SHOW AND AK-SAR-BEN BALL, HANDSOME
OPERA CLOAKS, ELEGANT FURS. The Handsomest Collection of Women's
High-Grade Ready-to-Wcar Garmtnts Ever Shown In the City.
Evening Oowna, at $80.00, TOOO.oef) 110 I DON'T PAIL TO THI$J i Handeoms Opera Cloak, at ISOOO AK fif,
$100.00, $160.00 up to oSOU.VIU DISPLAY MONDAY. I $34.00 up to. ..,..r...,OO.UU
On Genuine Hand-Made Renaissance Center Pieces, Dresser Scarfs and
JUST RECEIVED AND WILL GO ON SALE MONDAY.
The largest, moat elaborate and Wat solintetl line of Irr Trtmnilnjrt,
Tailor Braids, Fancy Braid. Applique and Trimming NorelUpg ever seen In
the city. We hrw ten style where others show one. Our reputation for
showing the largest, tlneat and moat complete line of dreaa trimming In the city
will be frilly lived up to thla sen son. Exclusive designs, immense variety of
patterna, moderate prices.
Doylies at Less Than One-Halt Regular Price
ry Doylies. Oin
$2 IS Renaissance Dreaaer Scarfs, tf 17
at. each MmMM
at, each.......... ;
$4.00 Renaissance Dreaaer Bcarfa, f QQ
THESE PRICES FOR MONDAY ONLT.
60c new Lac Stock Collar, 0kn
at, each sSOfc
$1.00 Renaissance Center Pieces,
$1,25 Renaissance Center Places,
WOOL DRESS GOODS SALE
On Monday we will hold one of the greatest Dress Goods pales ever given In Omaha.
Any lady who has priced our Wool Dress Goods and has any idea of buying a dress should
do bo Monday. '
Colored High Grade Department Blacks
Any $1 00 Black Dress Goods, ffin
Monday, at, yard i....M ,J"
Any $1 28 Dreaa Oooda, Monday, QQn
at, yard OVW
Any $1.60 Dreaa Oooda, Monday,
Any $1 .9 Dreaa Oooda, Monday, 4 Of
at. yard IsnSV
Any $2.60 Dreaa Oooda, Monday, 1 ACk
Anjr $3 00Dres Oooda, Monday, QQ
Any $3.60 Dreaa Oooda, Monday, O Of)
at, yard Oy
Any $400, $5.00 or $6 00 Black O OA
Dreas Oooda, Monday, at, yard 20
POPULAR PRICED DRESS GOODS IN
THE DOMESTIC ROOM.
Read thla. Cut from the piece only and
no remnants. '
64-Inch atrlctly all wool Ladles'
Cloth, at, yard ,
$1.00 Sicilians, black, brown and nary, 64
Inches wide, extra weight, 40f
76c atrlct'y all wool Zlbellne, fine range of
colors, looks Just like $5.00 grade, A7rs
Monday, only yard w
75c Scotch Suitings, strictly all wool, looks
Just like a $20.00 ready-made xl fir
suit, at, yard
English Mohairs, metallo figures, made to
sell at $1.00 yard, AHr
at, yard OW.
Strictly all wool Tricots, all the new school
dress shades, worth 60c yard, 20f
Monday only,, at, yard n5gw
Strictly all wool new fall Walatlnga, hsnd
" some mixture weavea, )Cr
Henriettas, the 60o grade.
Dress Ooods, at, yard, 10c, 16o
and up from
8AMPLES OF NEW FALL
OOODS ARE NOW READY.
We hare purchased the entire sample
line of a large eastern manufacturer
at Just a fraction of their real value.
These re unquestionably the best val
ues ever offered for the price ac
tually worth up to $3,
our price Monday
Splendid Values in New Silks for Monday's Sale
We place on sale Monday morning over 200 pieces of choice new silks, including many white
silks for waists and dresses, light silks for evening wear and also many black silks. All these
elegant new silks go on sale at a saving of one-third. v
TINE AND WHITE CREAM TAFFETA I WHITE OR CREAM PONGEE-Regulnr 1 WHITE OR CREAM LINING BATTV
Pure silk, II Inches wide, 60 A tin ,u quality, $4 Inche
grade, at, yard -vw at, yarn.
M Inchea wide, regular $1.60
quality, at, yard
FANCY SILKS In small designs, all colors,
full pieces worth 69c, 75c and TfV
fl.00 yard at oHr sale price, the Jjy
best value ever offered, at, yard. . . .
PERSIAN, JACQUAKD AND
SILK For waists or dresses
that sold for 85c and $1.23 yard
Monday's great sale, at,' yard
THE NEW PLAID SILK BO DE8IRABLE I 811k for Bhlrt Walt Suits The newest
styles ana colors, 11 incncs wiae. fJr
In browns and blues. In beautiful color
effects. In heavy satin rrofs 7 Ri
bs rn, worth $1.00 yard, at, yard
See the new Electra Silk In Mescaline
finish, the prettiest silk made,. QQr
all colors, on sale at, yard
on special sale at, yard, 89c and.
50 pieces colored pure silk Crepe de Chine.
84 Inches wide. In leading A.Qn
ahadea, at, yard..
The newest Persian and Rroadtall Velvets,
for waists, coats and entire f t(
dresses, on sale at, yard vV
100 pieces ltlnck Domestic Taffeta, 27 Inches
wide, regular price In every fClc
store 11. UO yard, on sale at, yard J J
50 pieces 30 Inches wlile Swiss Klack Taf
feta, one of the best blnck silks mads
and worth $1.75 yard. Monday, f H
at, yard lv
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE OMAHA
AGKNTB FOR THK CELEBRATED
W1NSLOW TA FFETAS.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED.
Now Is the Time to Buy
Table Linens, Muslins -and Sheetings. Monday Will be a Day of
Great Bargains in Our Linen and Domestic Department.
ATLANTIC SHEETING Unbleached, 2
yards wide, our regular 23c value, f Hr
Monday, at, yard.- muw
16 YARDS BLEACHED MUBLIN-l yard
.wide, our regular 7"ic value Monday 15
yards to a customer 1,00
1J YARDS ENGLISH LONG CLOTH-Soft
Anlsh. regular 12Hc .value, f (a
Monday 12 yards for lvo
PURE WHITE TABLE DAMASK In sev
eral handsome patterna, regular 35q value,
apeclal Monday, t 19C
PURE GERMAN LINEN TABLE
DAMASK Soft bleached, regular A On
66c value, at, yard - J
OLASS TOWELING Linen finish, 11
Inches wide. In red and blue checks, regu
lar 10c value,
at. yard i.. "w
TURKEY RED TABLE CLOTHS Oil
boiled, 2H yards long, guaranteed fast
colors, regular $1.50 value, fiQc
INDIA LINON, DOTTED SWISS. CHECK
NAINSOOKS, etc., regular 10c ; Rc
values, at, yard
40c all wool fancy atrlpes and checks Okc
.Skirting Flannel, at, yard
t cases lOo Shaker Flannel, extra Kc
heavy, at, yard.... ...............-'
26c White Wool Flannel,
.at, yard , t
I6c 36 Inches wide fancy Outing
Flannel, at, yard
10c Drapery Cretonne,
10c 80 Inchea wide Cotton Flannel,
$1.00 Full else extra heavy Bed Spreads,
Marseilles patterns DVIC
Hardware, Stoves and Housefurnishings
A CAR OF THOSE FINE ROAL
UNIVERSAL DOUBLE HEATERS.
REGAL WITHOUT EXCEPTION THE
HANDSOMEST. THE BEST, THE MOST
ECONOMICAL. THE GREATEST HEAT
ER. THE BEST NICKELED DOUBLE
HEATING BASE BURNERS MADE.
That la, saying a great deal, but you will
agree with ua when you see It.
COME AND SEE THEM. A A Btf,
Good alse for .OV
OAK HEATERS We have over 60 different
kinds of Oak Stoves. IN AIR TIGHT OR
HOT BLAST, and can give you any price
or else you may want always a little
less than elsewhere.. Will 1 QC
. have them up from "
8TEEL RANGES We have over 26 dif
ferent kinds In stock all first claaa make
such at THE JEWEL, THE UNIVER
SAL, THE M. ft D. and THE NEVER
FAIL. We have THE CROWN that
ought to sell for $36.00 we sell OO Rf
them for AO.OU
ODDS AND ENDS
Stove Boarda, at.!..,.! tio
Stove Pipe, at.... to
Kindling Hatchet, at 100
Gasoline Stoves, at...., $3.l4
Blue and White 12-qt. Pall, at........... 6o
Coal Hods. at... I6o
Klbows, at 96
i'-hole Laundry Stove, at $3.1$
Gasoline Oven, large, at -.........$1.6$
O-Qt. Blue and White Kettle, at $10
The Latest Styles in Women's Suits
Are constantly arriving. , You are always sure of finding the
very newest things here, and our customers tell us our
prices are 25" per cent below those asked by other houses
As a Special Inducement for Monday We Have Added
Monday's One Hour Bargains
160 new Suits to our already .magnificent
line at $18.60. ' These suits have all the
charm and grace . of outline of $30.00
garments unquestionably the most hand
some suits we have ever f Q en
offered, at, suit IO.OU
176 new Suits with all the richness and
beauty of style of $40.00 garments are
now added to our immense line 7 Bf
of special values, at. suit... tM.Jf
WOMEN'S SUITS In great variety of
mannish materials, cheviots, serges, etc.,
made td sell at $18.76, our A ttfl
apeclal price l'w.Qli
NOBBY WOMEN'S SUITS In 10 different
styles, regular $15.00 values. Q tC
apeclal, at O.
PRETTY SILK CQATS-A complete sam
ple line In loose back and blouse styles,
worth up to $12.00, special, 5 00
COVERT 'jACKETS-in early "fail 'weights.
In both black and tans, S
at, $12.00, $10.00, $7.60 and O.UU
$12.60 TOURIST COATS-Trimmed In hand
some color combinations, J Ofi
special, Monday, at OiVU
A nandsome line of Tourist Coats In fanoy
mixtures and plain colors, . SE fWk
at, $20.00, $18.60 and IO.UU
ELEGANT SILK AND VOIL SKIRTS
At. U5.00, $18.00, $20.00, . 35 QQ
Two Special Skirt 'Bargains
SPECIAL NO. 1. New Walking Sklrta. In
12 different styles, worth up to A fltt
$8.00, choice Monday... .VO
SPECIAL NO. 2 Dress and Walking
Skirts, all colors and newest styles,
worth up to $7.60, special 3 98
Furs Furs . Furs
$5.00 BEAVER AND MARTIN SCARFS
wtlth " ta"8' 2.98
WOMEN'S itiNCH FUR SCARFS f QQ
at $4.98 and O.VO
WOMEN'S NEAR SEAL COATS Collar,
cuffa and reveree trimmed In beaver,
martin or mink, worth $70.00, Af flfi
special at V.UU
FROM $:80 TILL :S0 A. M
Women'a Eiderdown and Flannel
ette Sacquea. at
FROM TILL 10 A.M.
$1.00 Flannelette Wrappers, 59c
FROM 9:30 TILL 10:30 A. M
Women's Black Sateen Pettlcoata,
NEW FALL WA I8TS A hand- $ n&
some line. at. $2.88. 82.60 and l.VO
Children's new Fall Dresses,
$5.00 down to
ASK TO SEE THEM,
Great Rug Special Monday, September 19th
THE ENTIRE CARPET DEPARTMENT WILL BD DEVOTED TO THE DISPLAY OF THESE RUGS, ALL MARKED IN
PLAIN FIGURES. ALL SIZES AND KINDS FROM MAT TO ROOM SIZES.
A FEW OF
. ARE: .
txs Smyrna Rugs,
7-6x10 Smyrna Rugs, f f)0
at, each.. 7. u,uu
7-6x9 Cashmere Reversible Rugs, ' IS. 7R
9x12 Smyrna Rugs,
6x9 Cashmere Reversible Rugs,
9x9 Cashmere Reversible Ruga,
9x10-4 Cashmere Reversible Rugs, fi OC
at, each O.JO
Dosens of other rousing bargains. Call
early and make your selections.
Monday in Omaha's Greatest Domestic Room
10o Flannelettes, dark end light C.
colors, at, yard
ISc extra fine and extra wtlght 71 o
Flannelettes, at, yard
19c Arnolds, double fold, this year's lOU
new fall etylea, at. yard..., aApJW
Vicunas, best goods made, Iflo
at, yard i. vW
Floconnas, the finest and heaviest flOlr
made, sells alwaya at 26c, yard '"I
H-lnch Percalea, fine cloth,
t vmr ...
Full Standard Prints,
Indigo Blue Prints,
Grey Cambrlo Linings, 1r
at, yard "w
25c Mercerised Linings, SG
inchea wide, at. yard
6Hc Apron Checks, good quality,
at, yard ,
Everett Classic Ginghams, fast
colors, at, yard.
Amoskeng A. F. C, best made, . fTt
Fine ffradd Blnck Satin
f roods, at, yarn
ne prnde Black Satin, 15c
grade, at, yard
Fine grade Black Satin, 19o
grade, at, yard
Several special sales will be announced
during the da;'.
Large size art pottery Jardlnlorea, 25C
100-plece dinner set, underglazed blue, Im
ported semi-porcelain, In old English
shape, such sets usually sold at $16.00
to $20.00 Q QQ
special Monday O. sfCT
Crystal berry fruit dishes
Fruit Jar covera, porcelain lined
with rubbers at, dozen
Decorated cuspldora tfin
Decorated plates Ei
UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN WHAT WSJ
CAN DO FOR YOU.
Spectacles and Eye
CAREFULLY FITTED AND SATISFAO
PRICES CUT IN HALF.
Low Prices and
ARB THEJ TWO LEADING SALESMEN IN OUR MAMMOTH GROCERY DEPART
6-lbs. fancy hand-picked navy beans.... 19c
6-lbs. good Japan lice for 18c
6- lbs. Pearl Tapioca, Sago, Barley or
Farina for '. 193
7- lba. breakfaat rolled oats for 18o
Large sacks oornmeal for I2ftc
IX L, Elastic, Klectrlo or Celluloid
starch, per package 7Hc
The best bulk laundry starch, lb 8c
1-lb. pkg. Imported macaroni 8Vfeo
X-Ceflo, Vigor, Vim, Force or Egg-O-See,
per package 7Vsc
Fancy crisp soda, oyster, butter or
milk crackers 6c
Fancy crisp ginger snaps, lb 6c
1- lb. package best corn starch 4c
10 bara best laundry soap 25c
2- lb. cans fancy avax, string or Lima
2-lb. cans Early June sifted peas 7H-
BIO DRIED FRUIT SALE.
Choice California prunes, lb tc
Fancy Santa Clara prunes, lb Co
Virginia raspberries, lb 21o
Choice Colorado peaches, lb ....7Vio
Fancy Mulr peaches, lb . 9c
English cleaned currants, lb 6Vo
Fanoy Vestlzzo cleaned eurranta, lb ....8So
Large Moor Park apricots, lb 12V&C
FRESH FRUIT! FRESH FRUIT!!
PEACHES, PEACHES, PEACHES
ANOTHER CAR OF FANCY COLORADO
PEACHES ARRIVED TO GO ON SALE
This is excellent fruit, and very fine flavor
the finest that can be brought 7Qr
for crowning this sale, per case...."V
BUTTER BUTTER BUTTER
We handle nothing but absolutely pure
butter. Read these prices:
Good country butter, per lb 12tyo
Choice dairy butter, per lb loo
Fine Separator creamery butter, lb....l7Vo
Fancy selected creamery butter, lb. ...18a
PROMISE ME . DRAWING CARD
Tires-Ye-01d Pacer feature of the Driv
ing Park Matinee Races,
LOSES FIRST, BUT WINS NEXT TWO HEATS
Roy F Wins Claaa A Kveat, Tlioagh
Beaten In First Heat f Nancy
Lee, Who Lacked Stay
Promise Me, Charley Moore's 8-year-old,
wss the drawing feature at the matinee
yesterday afternoon at the Sprogue street
driving tracks. The youngster Vas pacing
against such horses ss Michael Ange'.o,
Lady Bell and Eddie D, all of them more
or leas experienced animals, but with the
exception of tlio first, be won the heats in
brilliant form. In the first heat In this
race, the bunch got away together, but all
except Michael Angeln and Promise Me
broke soon sfter crossing the starter. The
colt was forging ahead of the spike-tailed
animal from Council Bluffs, when he
stepped In a hole and broke. Before he
could regain his gait, Michael Angelo was
dosfcn lengths ahead. At the quarter
post he had hla nose agalnat Michael An
gelo's sulky and it looked aa If he could
pass him. But hs broke again near the
wire and lost the heat by a half length.
The other two heata he won easily. He
waa given permission to go tha mile after
finishing the third heat, which he did In
8:tU. This time would have been consid
erably shortened, but he had got used to
eaalng up after passing the wire at the
end of the half mile, and did so again.
After numerous false starts, the Class A
bunch, comprising Nannie Lee, Roy F. and
General Nuulngham, were allowed to go,
with Roy F. a little in the rear. Nannie
Lee, who had third place In the start,
easily forged past General Nuttlngham.
and took the pole. Roy F. quickly closed
the gap he got at the start and followed on
the heuls of Nannie Lee. At the home
stretch Nannie Lee aeemed to tire, but
gallantly obeying the whip, managed to
keep her place to the finish. Following
her performance In the first heat. Nannie
Lee took the lead at the commencement
of the second, but could only hold It to
the quarter post and Roy F. won the heat.
The latter horse won the 'third heat and
race. Nannie - Lee was given third place
on account of repeated breaking. In the
exhibition of saddle horses, the prise was
carried off by the 9-year-old Russell Iman.
Time fast, track good. Attendance, 600.
The following were thetesults:
Class B, pacing, .first heat: Michael An
gelo (br. g.) won. Promise Me- (br. g.)
eranu, LMay eeii ior. m.i intra, .auie 1J.
(br. g.) fourth. Time: 1:17. Second heat:
Promise Me won. Lady Bell second. Mich
ael Angelo third,. Eddla. D, fourth. Time:
1:11. Ihlril heat: Promise Me won. Lady
Bell second, Eddie V. third, Michael An
gelo fourth. Promise Me finished the mile
at tne end or this heat, doing it In 1:23,
Class B. trotting, first heat: NanniaLee
(g. m.) won, Roy F. br. g.) second, Gen
eral Nuttlngham (b. g third. Time: 1:10V4
Second heat: Roy F. won, Nannie Lee
second, Uuneral Nuttlngham third.. Time:
194. Third heat: Roy F. won, General
Nuiungnam second, . Nannie iee . third.
Saddle hcrse exhibition, four entries:
rirst place given to Miss My (b. m.), rid
den by Russel Iman.
In the second heat of tha Class B naclns.
Eddie D. was lowered to fourth Dlace for
unintentionally Interfering with Michael
Angelo. Jle finished third in the race.
away with Africander second and McChes
ney last. Coming to the stand the first
time these positions were maintained. In
the run down the back stretch the Major
increased his lead to two lengths and
continued to show the way to within a
half ' mile of the finish, when Africander
went to the lead. McCneeney also moved
up at the asms time. Rounding Into the
stretch Africander and McChesney began
to race In earnest. Aa the two came
abreast of the final eighth pole. Redfern
used the whip, but was never able to get
up, Africander winning by a length with
McChesney twenty lengths In front of Ma-
E VENTS ON THK Rt'NNINO TRACK
Africander Wins tlie Brighton Cap In
NEW YORK, Sept. 17. Afrlcand r with
O'Nell In the saddle won the $10,000 Brigh
ton sup today. He waa second choice at
2 to 1. McChesney. the favorite, and ad
mlrsbly ridden by Redfern, was second snd
M'tor Dalngerfleld last. The time. $.66,
waa wry slow. The pace for tha first two
miles was alow and the horses' did. not
begin to run until the last quarter 'of a
mile was reurhed. The start was good
and prompt. Major Dalngtrfield was first
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lor Dalnserfleld. The results
First race, five and a half furlongs:
Dandelion (1 to 2) won, Pasadena second,
Bedouin third. Time: 1:07.
Second race, the Chantllly steepleehaae,
about two and a half miles: Flying But
tress (8 to 6) won, Amur second, Judge
Phillips third. Time: 6:22.
Third race, the Undergraduate stake, sell
ing, five and a half furlongs: Broadcloth
(17 to 10) won. Gamara second. Dance Mu
sic third. Time: 1:07.
Fourth race, the Brighton cup, $10,000,
two miles and a quarter: Africander, 124.
O'Nell (2 to 1) won; McChesney. 126, Red
fern (7 to S) second; Major Ualngerfieid,
126. I.yne (5 to t) third. Time: I (3.
Fifth race, mile and a quarter: Car
buncle (II to 6) won. Lord Badge second
Brigand third. Time: $ .
Sixth race, six furlongs: Falmouth (10
to 1) won, Lem Reed second, Princess Athe
line third. Time: 1:1$.
CHICAGO, Sept. 17. Results at Haw
First rare, six furlongs; Mansard (6 to
6) won, Mary MeCafferty second, Beautiful
and Best third. Time: l;lt. .
Second race, six and a half furlongs: De.
vout (t to 6) won. McCletlan second, Annie
Aione inira. lime: i.a.
Third race, one mile and seventy yards:
Brancas (6 to 1) won, Ethylena second,
Felipe Lugo third. Time;
Fourth race, the September stakes, one
mile: Bear Catcher (12 to 6) won. Prince
Sllverwlnga second. Time: l:$8Vi- Only
Fifth race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Iella (1$ to 5) won. Port Royal second,
Singing Master third. Time: 1:46H.
Blxth race, five and a half furlongs:
Handy Bill (5 to 1) won, Dundall second,
Useful Lady third. Time: 1:0H-
Seventh race, six furlongs! Nannie Hodge
(4 to 1) won, Masistrate aeoond, Frontenao
third. Time: 1:13H-
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 17 Reaults at Delmnr:
First race, seven furlongs, purse: Miss
Doyle (10 to 1) won, Mnlfda second. The
Regent third. Time: 1:23.
Second race, seven furlongs, selling:
Pa rsln (6 to fi won. Algonquin second,
Phlora third. Time: 1:28.
Third race, one mUe and a sixteenth,
selling: Varro ($ to 1) won, Mlsa Betty
second. Check Morgan third. Time: 1:4 W
Fourth race, sla furlongs, the Osark
stakes) Braden ($ to 6) won, Tom Shelly
second. Anardaco third. Time: 1:1BU.
Fifth racs, six and a half furlonga, sell
ing: King Rose (4 te 1) won.' Vestry sec
ond. Orient third. Time: l:t.
Blxth race, elx furlonss. aelllns: Eueenla
B. (9 to $ won. Sid Sliver second, hotter
third. Time: 1:15H.
Seventh rues, one mile and thraa stv.
teenths, selling: Lacy Crawford (even)
won. Lubln second. Goo Goo third. Time:
, Chicago Wins nt Foot Ball.
Chicago defeated the - eleven of Lombard
college this afternoon by a score 4 a) te f.
The score of Lombard was 'made on a
fumble by Hays of Chicago, when Burn
side of Lombard seized the ball and ran
the full length of the field for a touchdown.
HARNESS RACING! AT READVILLB
Wlldbrlao, sin laksoss, Wins the
READVILLB, Mass., Sept 17.-Not a
favorite won in the three events which
closed the autumn racea today.
The Providence-owned gelding, Don Carr,
was the favorite for the $:09 pacing event.
After winning two heats quite handily he
became tired In the finish of the next
mile and was beaten to the wire by Red
Bird, who then had the race all hla own
In the 2:1$ pace Edgar Roy was picked to
win. He took the opening heat easily
enough, but in the following one Kaplan
headed him snd after that he was not a
factor. Irv the remaining heats there waa
a close struggle between Gambett and Sir
dar. The third reversal waS In the 2:20 pace,
In which Lookout Hal was unexpectedly
defeated by the Canadian entry. Wild-
brino Jr. Nothing- was known of the win
tier and his victory astonished close turf
1:0 class, pacing, purse $1,000, ' three In
Red Bird. b. h.. bv Chestnut -
Wilkes (Walker) I $ 1 11
Don Carr. blk. g. (Clark) . I 114 4
jonnny Wiseman, D. g. (.inuck
ols) I t t I
Princess Moauetta. b. m. (Tim
othy) 4 HI)
Terrlll 8., ch. g (Laaetl) 4 7 ro
Belle Star, br. m. (Shank) 7 $ 6 ro
Claymos, b. g. (Knapp) 6 T I ro
Time: $:08, t:W, 1:06. $:0S. $:0$K.
2:20 class, pacing, purse $1,000, three In
Wlldbrlno Jr.. b. h.. by Wlldbrino
(Bedford) 1 1 1
Lookout Hal. b. h. (Shank) t $
Peacherlna, blk. m. (Nuckola) ..,...$ $ $
juartinoaie, o. g. (Brodbine) 4 4 4
General Starr, blk. g. (Tallman) ....4 I I
lime: i:u, J:iv. z:u.
1:12 olaas, pacing, purse, $1,000, three In
Gambett, b. g..' by Cambrel
(Bodowln) i I 11111
Sirdar g. g. (Ronald) $ 6 7 11$
Kaplan, br. h. (James) 4 1 $ $ $ $
Edgar Boy, b. h. (Ful'er) ....1 1 $ 4 4da
Arsuia, o. m. (Hyae) 4 ro
Katherlne, ch. m. (Carpenter). $ $ 4 ro
John McEwen, b. h. (Nuckols) 4 4 $ ro
Irish Jack. br. g (Stanley)....? 7 $ ro
Time: $:0, iM. 1:10, $:10H. :ir, 1:114,
QOOD MATERIAL FOR TUB TEAM
Elghly Cnndldates for Positions Ap.
ear Rightly en the Orldlren.
AMES. la.. Sent. 17.-(8neclal.) Coach
Rlstlne expresses himself well pleased with
the material that is showing up on the
gridiron enca evening tor a try out. About
eighty enthusiastic huskies are to be seen
on the gridiron eaeh night In sulta, and It
appears that there will be no lack of ma
terial from which to pick a winning team.
During the paat week the men have been
divided Into four squads and "Shady" Rls
tlne has- started out to teach them some
plays. Ristlns has charge of the new men
and Captain Daniel the old. The v-t
few days' work haa been In signal practice
and In setting a lineup. Aa soon as the
first squad Is picked work will progreaa
Some new material has arrived this week
which haa brightened the prospects to
some degree. Anderson, a new man who is
trying for half back. Is a promising candi
date. His punting qualities are exception
ally good. A strong candidate for guard
Is In the person of Alyea of the Peoria
High school. Nelson Is snother man that
will try for the guard position, he being
a brother of Nelson who was a member of
a former eleven In this school. A. B. Scott,
an old player, arrived Monday and haa
donned the moleskins, and haa been out tu
practice. For a time It was feared that he
would not be in the game this year, and
It la with gladneae that he is welcomed
back to the gridiron. Tener, who haa been
away during tha first part of this term,
will be back next week and enter the con
teat. Blller and Mable of the second team
laat year have been placed in the first.
Ford of the East Des Moines High school
Is trying for tackle, and Jansen of the
west Dee Moines High school for quarter
back. Jansen is doing some good work
and will stand a fair show of making the
GOLF AT BOTH CLUBS YESTERDAY
Play for the Barton Cnp nt Country Is
Nine players now remain In the golf eon
teat at the Country club for th'e Barton
cup. Out of theae Stockton Heth and W.
A. Redick, who tied at M. will play out
the tie and the winner of the match will
be ranked with the eight that qualify; the
eight will play against each other till one
l left. The following are the scores made
Oross, Handicap, Nst.
.si p trt
Hontas Crook a half mile in 1:004, break
ing the world's record for team. The first
quarter was made In 0:29H and the second
Mr. billings also rode Charlie Mac under
saddle a mile In i-U. clipping a full sec
ond off the world's record, made by the
same horse and rider recently.
Lou Dillon's record today was a better
ment of her own time, 0:69, made at Mem
phis last year.
J. D. Magee ..
A. A. MoClure
C. W. Hull ...
A. L. Reed ....
C. C. George .
W. D. Bancker
T. R. Kimball
W. A. Redick
Olymple World's Championship Mntch
Played nt St. Lonls.
ST. LOUIS, Sept 17 Western Golf asso
ciation team, captained by Howard Chand
ler Egan of Chicago, national champion,
won the Olymplo team golf championship
of the world on the Glen Echo links today,
with a score of 1744.
The Tranamlsslssippl Golf asaoclatlon,
led by Stewart Stickney of St. Louis, was
second, with a acore of 1,770. and a picked
team from the United States Golf asso
ciation waa third, with 1.83V strokes.
Howard Chandler Egan led the individual
play, with a score of ltWS for both the
afternoon and morning play, while D. E.
Sawyer and Douglaa Cadawalder of the
Springfield, 111., Oolf club, tied for aeeond
place with 168 strokes, and R. E. Hunter of
Chicago waa fourth, with ICS strokes.
They will play Bellevue at Bellevue next
Saturday and a good game 1b expected.
Onawa Wins at Foot Ball.
ONA WA, la., Sept. 17.-(Speclal Tele-'
gram.) The Onawa High school defeated
the Whiting town team at foot ball here
today by a acore of 6 to 6, and 2o-minute
halves were played. Referee: Raymond
Caasady. Umpire: Bruce Holbrook. Lines
man: Ralph Fessenden. The temperature
was 80 dtgreea in the shade. -
J. A. Mel n tyre won the silver cud In yes
terday'a golf contest St the Field club with
a suore of 6 up. The game was match play
against bogey. The best medal acore waa
made by Jack Sharp, who finished In 17.
The following are the scores:
J. A. Mcintyre, up.
F. L. Hstwood, 4 up.
f. M. Martin
. M. Martin, 1 up.
J. Sharp, even.
W. E. Palmatler. even.
N. F. Rlrkards, t down.
L. D. Carrier, 1 down.
Ouy Thomas, $ down.
Dr. Sohradden, $ down.
W. B. Wllklns. down,
C. R. Bone, 4 down.
B. P. fcoyer, 4 down.
NEW MARK FOB VOV DILLON
Champion Trots Hr.lt Mile In OiM S-4
CLEVELAND. O . Sent. 17. At a matinee
of the Gentlemen's Driving club at Glen
vllle track thla afternoon Lou Dillon was
driven a half mile by k'lllard Bandera In
0 6V breaking the world's leeord for that
distance. Tne nrst qusrter waa made in
4:2. the second In 0.2VV. The mare was
paced by a runner. A wind shield was not
C. X. O. Billings drove Prince Direct and
Pnxton A Gallaghers Win.
The Paxton Gallasrhera shut out their
long-time rivals, the McCord-Bradys, yes
terday afternoon on the old. exposition
grounds. One MoCord man only wiggled
as far aa third. Crowe sot seven neat as
sists and Gibson did well behind the pan.
Craven, McCord'a snow-capped right fielder,
set the grandstand wild with a daredevil
catch. Score by innings: R. H. E.
P. A G $0012010 9 $
McC.-B 000000000-0 7 $
Two-base hits: Kennedy, Hunter. Stolen
bases: Hunter (2). Leeney 2), Ienx,
Kennedy, Gibson, Powell, Eggleston.
Sacrifice hits: Vorwald (2), Crowe,
Leney. W, Kill. Struck out: By Crowe. 7;
by Winalow. 4. Bases on balls: Off Win
slow. 6. Hit by pitcher: By Winslow, $.
Double plays: Eggleston to Powell to
Grown. Eargleston to Powell. Passed ball:
Brown. Batteries'. P. tt G., Crowe and
Brown, Umpire: Rector.
Little Slons Defeats Modsle.
LOGAN. Is.. Sept. 17-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Little Bloux a base ball tram de
feated Modale at Little Sioux this after
noon. Attendance, 1,600. Score:
Little Bloux $ 0 0 11114 It
Modale 0 0 0 0 $ 0 1 0 0 $
Batterlee: Little Sioux, Rooney and Hea
serman: Modale. Whlled, Hharpnark, Shead
and Rlghtell. Baae bits: Little Sioux. 11;
Modale. 7. Struck out: By Little Sioux. 4;
by Modale, 4. Errors: Little Bloux, 1; Mo
dale, 7. Umpire: Thomas Brown of Blen-cue.
Opens Foot ' Ball Season.
ADAMS, Neb., Sept. 17. (Special.) The
Columbia foot ball team opened the sea
son by defeating the atrong Mammoth
Park team, by a acore of 10 to 0. The fea
tures of tha same were the line amaahea
by Meyer ana the end rune by Cunning
ham. Both teams blayed a eood same.
considering the short time of practice. Th
Col um hiss would like, to hear from an,
teant In tha state averaging from 146 to HO.
Interparllanientarlana at Denver.
DENVER, Sept. 17. The members of the
Interparliamentary union who arrived here
late last night divided Into several groups
today, various funns of entertainment be
ing offered them by the local reception
committee. One party chose the "loop"
trip over the Colorado A Southern rail
road, another made an excursion to th
crest of the Rockies over the new Moffat,
railroad, a third visited the irrigated agri
cultural district of northern Colorado and
some of the. visitors inspected tho smelters
In this city. The day waa perfect for sight
Sheep Butchers Select Committee,
CHICAGO, Sept. 17. A meeting of sheep
butchers on strike at the stock yards d
elded to appoint a grievance committee,
the purpose being to have the committee
apply st the office of the packing flrme
for work for the strikers as unionists and
rot as Individuals. The idea is to en
deavor to arranee a return of the sheep
butchers In a body as uiil mlst.
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