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TIIE OMAITA DAILY BEE: SATUKDAY, OCTOBEft 7, 1905.
SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY OF THE
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Every department has joined hands with specially attractive bargain offer-
iDga to make this the greatest day of an exceptionally great bargain giving week. Don't miss it.
THE RELIABLE STORE.
THE RELIABLE STORE.
Carnival Sale Specials in Ladies' Furnishing Goods
Ladles' natural wool Vests and rants, good
$1.00 value, "fit.., . . .,
Ladles' lambs wool Vesta and rants, extra fine
$1.60 quality, at v. . .
Ladles' Vests and rants. In very best quality
wool, $2.00 values
All wool or silk and wool t'nlon Suits
Enticing values at $7.B0 down to $3.60, $2.98
Thousands of bargains Saturday in our Ladles'
Ladles' winter weight Vests and Pants, worth fO
fully double, at 50c, 39c, 25c and 1C
Children's heavy fleeced Vests and rants, f C
worth 26c, at UC
Children's extra heavy fleeced Vests and Pants, "C
regular 39c quality, at 4mDC
Children's Wool Underwear, very special values
Saturday at $1.00, -75c and
Furnishing Department. Don't fall to call.
Interesting Hosiery Specials
Ladles' 60c fleece lined and worsted Hose, In
all sizes, at pair
Ladies' cotton Hose, In plain or fleece lined,
regular 25c values, at pair ,
Boys' Bicycle Hose, In heavy wool, with double "C
knees, heel and toes, worth up to 50c, at. . . . 6 JC
Children's heavy ribbed School Hose, with fjlft
double knee, In all sizes, 25c values, at l&zC
Great Corset Sale Saturday
91.00 Globe Corset at 50c A
large consignment of the cele
brated $1.00 Globe corsets se
cured by a lucky chance at a
great bargain, come In drab or
white French coutll with long
hips and hose support- CO
ers attached, Saturday.. DJC
W. B. Corsets, In pink, blues and
lavenders, with long and short
hips, worth up to $2, CIQ
great snap at, choice. . . .JOC
Ask to see our line of W. O., R.
& G. Nemo Self Reducing, War-,
ner's Rus( Proof, Thompson Glove
Fitting, La Marguerite and Wor
cester's Corsets. We carry a com
plete line of models and can fit
any figure. Will Fit Them for
STYLISH MEN'S HATS
Special bargains for the last day of the Great
Carnival Sale. No man, young or old, if he wants
to be in tune with the season, can afford to miss
All the Latest Soft and St Iff Felt Blocks.
$3.00 Soft and Stiff Hats, at '. . .$2.00
$2.00 Soft and Stiff Hats, at .$1.00
$1.60 Soft and Stiff Hats, at 50c
You must see them to appreciate the quality.
Roy's Caps, in Cashmere, Scotch Flannels, Blue
Serge, etc., In yacht, tourist, auto and all newest
shapes, 75c and $1.00 values 50c
39c and 50c values 2.tc
See the Gimbel Stiff Hat, easiest fitting hat on the
market, has elastic sweat band, comes In C
Knox or Dunlap blocks, at pJ
John B. Stetson Headquarters. We carry these
hats In all new styles at $5.00, $4.60, T rn
$4.00 and J.DV9
Ask to see the new styles. No trouble to show
Special bargains for the last
day of the Great Sale.
60c Fancy Neckwear . f P
35c Embroidered Handker- 7i
60c Hand Painted Dollies, If
$1.00 Hand Painted Finished
Pillow Covers, r
each . . . . atoDC
$2.50 Silk Sofa Pillows, filled and
$2.60 Comb, Brush and I.OC
Mirror Set, only
60c Corset Cover Embroideries,
60c Fancy Ribbons, fl m
at yard , gJQ
35c Plain Silk,
Carnival Sale Specials in Men's Underwear
Men's fine wool Underwear, worth up to $1.60, O
Men's fine wool Shirts and Drawers, shirts have double
fronts and backs, $1.60 values, QQ
Men's Camels' Hair Shirts and Drawers, best values
ever offered in the west, at $1.60, $1.00 n n
Natural Wool Bhirts and Drawers, splendid
values, at $1.60, $1.00 and JC
Men's Wool Union Suits, splendid values at r f
$1.25, $1.98 $2.60 up to J.UU
Men's Top Shirts, made from fine California wool In
blue, gray, black and tan; Rlngle and double QO
breasted at $2.60 down to UOC
Men's Shirts and Drawers In heavy fleece lined,
cotton bark, in all sizes, 60c values at Jt
Men's Shirts and Drawers, extra heavy fleece AQr
lined, worth 75c, at HTaC
Men's Wool Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, regular J C
$1.00 value, at $ DC
The finest line of Dress and Negligee Shirts In the Ifl
city, at $1.60, $1.00, 75c and JQ
Men's Wool Hose, very heavy 25c quality, f J1
Men's Fancy Cotton Hose, In all colors and I1
sizes, worth up to 39c, at pair lataCC
BIG SATURDAY SHOE SALE
Men's and Women's $3.00 and $3.50 shoes at $1.96
Boys', Youths' and Little Gents' $1.50 satin calf lace shoes.... AO
Women's; Misses and Childs' $1.50 dongola lace shoes. ' nOC
Child's $1.00 hand turn patent colt, lace or button and tan vici kid shoes 69c
Closing out the balance of the $3.50 and $4.00 Regent shoes at $2.25
Women's $3.50 patent 'colt button shoes, dull ma calf top $2.50
Childs' 85 cent patent or tan lace , 48c
Agents for the Stetson and Crossett shoes for men and the Ultra, Grover and Louisbury,
Mathewson & Co. shoes for ladies. ,. v
Are the Grover 6hoes easy T Ask the Woman!!!
MfaSft MILLINERY DEPARTMENT WAL0"
Trimmed Hats, worth up to $8.60, at .94,08
-T.iDUsWtj&. Trimmed Hats, worth up to $7.00, at 3.98
jrfWC.; Trimmed Hats, worth up to $5.00, at. . . . .,.2.50
. ' ' if'h Ladles' Tailored Suit Hats $1.08 All the season's best styles In ,- I QQ
ifSt'-T turban8 sailors and trlcorns , l.ZfO
UjfMpiJ'S'; iic TV , . yiW 13.00 Trimmed Street Hats 08c Beautiful hand made chenille, silk braid
-m,, '.U; yf and tucked silk hats, trimmed with rosettes, ribbons, Jet orna- QQ
' . , 1 ments and natural quills, on large bargain table for Saturday at. .JOC
"r.tf. 'J HOME MILLINER'S FINDINGS AND SUPPLIES.
y.t.ilfjjlr" SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY.
y j3rC!j!'' UJ' 11.00 Half Plumes, all colors...." 49c
p fS Owl Heads and wings ;49c
I ' Yr' ROc Bunches Velvet Foliages and Roses 25c
V J V 25c Chenille Braids, per yard 10c
( W 10c Quill Ends 5C
VvA CHILDREN'S SPECIALS.
fvS?!- Misses and Children's pretty and dalntly trimmed, $1.98, $19 OO
llv50 " and .....zJoc
tfjt&tv 5 " Children's Caps, all the new styles and colors, 50c, 39c
pV 'Vi and ZDC
Always in the lead on highest qual
ity and lowest prices.
"sutler Ca"e ranuI
M pound sack. Fancy High Patent '
Minnesota Flour, at... 113.
10 bars Best Brands Laund'rV
6 pounds best Pearl' TapVo'ca'.'sas;
Barley or Farina ...... .... .' 26o
pounds best Hand Picked Navy"
pounda choice Japan Rice Sc
6 Pounds best bulk Laundry Starch 15c
pS"11" D8oda Crackers 7.
Fresh Crisp Butter Crackers, at!
per pound k
Fresh Crisp GlnFer SnapB,'ou'nd.."4Uo
Nabisco Sugar Wafers, package 1 10S
1 Pound cans Fancy Alaska Sal-
t pounds cans Fancy" Sweet' Sugar
Sapolio, per" bar"'"! f
" Time Yeast, per package:"":" 2q
Washing Powder, per packaee 9
Baking Soda, pe'r package .!."::
kib'. ca5. ABao,-ted SoupT ..... . 7tS
Choice Tea Siftings, per lb .. . luS
Fancy B0lFn,0i5offM ii:---'-
ancy u. F. Japan Tea, per lb 26c
READ THESE BUTTER AND
Choice Dairy Butter, per lb ir0
Fancy Dairy Table Butter, per lb ..20c
Choice Creamery Butter, per lb....21o
Fancy Separator Creamery Butter
per lb. 23,3
Fancy New York White Cheese, .
per lb. 1So
Fancy Wisconsin Cream Cheese,
per lb. j50
Fanoy Wisconsin Brick Cheese; '
per lb. .....,.16c
OMAHA'S ' GREATEST FRESH ,
Bushel boxes of Fancy California
Bellflower Apples $1 49
Fancy California Tokay Grapes.
per lb : 7ic
Fancy new California Figs, per pkg. 4o
New Jersey 8weet Potatoes, lb....2H
3 measures Fresh Roasted Peanuts 10c
Large Juicy Lemons, per dos 20c
Large Ripe Bananas, per dos 12'4c
Fancy Ripe Pears, per dos 12yc
Great Sale of Ladies' Cloaks and Suits
The entire stock of Cloaks and Suits of Meyer. Wolf
& Dllen, Fifth avenue, New York, was secured at sheriff's
sale by our New York buyer at a price far below Its
actual worlh. This firm had been in business only a
short time and the goods are all new, fresh and up-to-x
date styles. This stock is now on sale and offers to our
customers unparalleled opportunities for bargain getting
All the $15 and $17.50 Ladies' Suits, from this great
purchase, newest styles and best fabrics, 111 DO
while they last, at choice IV.vU
All $20 and $22.50 Tailor Suits, from the Meyer, Wolf &
Dllen stock are now on sale at. yf Qfl
All $33 Suits, from the Meyer, Wolf & Dllen
stock will go at, choice
730 Stylish Cravenette Coat in this great purchase, all
newest styles, made for New York trade, unparalleled
$8.50 Cravenette C QQ
Coats, at i JJJ
$15.00 Cravenette Q OA 122.50 Cravenettefl M QA
Coats, at O'JKf .Coats, at It.JU
LADIES' SKIRTS FRO,M THE M. W. & D STOCK.
$5.00 Skirts. 2 ,8at Sk,rt8' 4, )g at50 SkIU,,
New Winter Coats In great variety of style, color and fabric that
sold at $15.00. cnoice
$18.60 and $20.00 Ladles Winter Coats,
OTHER ROUSING SATURDAY SPECIALS:
Handsome Silk Walsta, regu
lar $5 qualities, at
$2.00 Moire Underskirts,
Children's $5.00 Bear Skin
Coats, at f . . . .
See the New Lingerie Waists An
Immense assortment attractively
priced at $12.50, $10, $7.50 ) QO
$5, $3.98 and tJ3
Women's 75c Dressing Sacque8,Jg
Exquisite Costumes The most com
plete and finest display In the city
splendid values at $245 CCA
$200, $150, $100, $75 and., tj) JU
Women's $1.00 Wrappers,
THE RELIABLE STORK.
THE BIG MEAT
Shoulder Steak, C
Corn Beef, 3
Rolled Roast, no bone
Fancy Sugar Cured
English Cut Hams,
The place that pleases your purse.
We offee this handsome Parlor Chair
at the unusually low price of J2.95. It
Is made of selected oak, tTie'lmclr Is
quarter-aawed, as shown In cut; the
seat is upholstered In assorted velours
and veronas; the slse is ilxK1, and
the back is 30 Jnches high. This is a.
handsome, well made piece and is well
worth a good deal more than the price
We have JUBt received the following
new goods and now offer you tlie best
to be secured at our record-breaking
low prices: New Extension Tables.
Sideboards, China Cublnets and Buf
fets, New Metal Beds, New Brass
Beds. New Couches,' Rockers and
Chairs. Music Cabinets. Combination
Bookcases and Desks all new. 1 he
prices asked will be our old low prices.
CHICAGO LOSES TO ST. LOUIS
Til-Eaden Put Fiial Crimp into Psnnait
Aspirations of Paek ers.
WHITE KNOCKED OUT OF THE BOX
local Team Make Five Haas la the
Third Inning- and the Premier
Pitcher la Replaced by
BT. LOCIS. Oct. 6. It devolved upon St.
Louis, the tallendi-ra In the league pennant
race, to finally and Irrevocably head off the
marvelous rush of the Chicago American
league base ball team and drive the flnnl
spike In the latter's aspirations for the lSi.6
pennant, when the coveted piece of bunting
was almost within Its grasp, and to give
Philadelphia clear title to the American
Almost as remarkable as the now his
torical burst of speed displayed by Chi
cago on its last eastern trip, was the reJ
venal of form of the locals, when they
drove. Pr. White. Manager Jones' premier
pitcher, from the box In the third Inning
and snowed the visiting team under an
avalanche of hits and runs, practically
clinching the game, which they finally won
by a score of 6 to i.
With two runs already counted in the
fateful third Manager Jones started to sub
stitute Walsh or White. There was a hur
ried consultation and Jones gave White an
other opportunity. The net two St. Louis
men to face the Chicago pitcher hit safely,
Tom Jones for a double and Koehler for a
htwne run. Walsh was then sent in and
held the locals safely the remainder of the
game, but the damage had been done.
ST. LOflS. CHICAGO.
Stont. It I 110 Or. Jonsi. ct.. 1 110
Rock'tUld, 2b t 0 1 4 Oormn. rt 4 0
Frisk. rf....4 110 oni,, M 4 0 1 0
Wallsct. M..4 1 4 t Orllahan, If., t I I 0 0
T. Jonas, lb.. 4 1 10 0 ODonohua. lb.. I 111 J t
Oleaaon lb.. 4 111 ORoha, ib I 0 1 I
Korhler, rt... 1 I 0 ORulllran, c... 4 0 4 0
Olada, p ..
,4010 ITannahlll, 3b 4
asa neea M ny anuons of Mathers for
1 loaUilaa fur car rut T
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WOklrwl TaaUUas fur O'or ruty 1
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all pao. evraa wtud euUo. aad Is ta
.'-"--"-'''"' C1WTS A JsTTLX.
FOR 30 YEARS
uai ! 1 iafc
has made a SPE
CIALTY of all forma
of diseases and dis
Over So.ono caaea
have bea-n cured. Jp
year In OmahJ
Llsht fees. Hook
free. Treatment by
mall. Call or write
to Bos 7 or office,
US 8. 14tn at.. Omaha
i 4 OWhlta. D...
Walab. p t 0 1 i
Totals 31 I 17 1
Totala 10 7 14 14
St. Louis 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 0
Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
Karned runs: 81. Louis, 4;' Chicago, 2.
Two-base hits: Stone, Wallace, T. Jones,
Callahan, Koehler. Home run: Koehler.
Sacritlce hits: Rockenfleld, Jones, Donohue
(S). Double plays: Glade and Wallace;
Jones and Walsh; Davis and Donohue.
Hits: Off White. 6 In two and two-thirds
Innings; off Walsh. 3 In five and one-third
Innings. Hit by pitcher: By White, 1. First
Ulude. 1. Wild" pitch: White. 1. First
base on balls: Off White. 1; off Glade, 2;
off Walsh, 1. Riruck out: By Glade, 2;
by Walsh. 3. Left on bases: St. Louis,
6; Chicago, 7. Time: 1:3. Umpires:
O I-oughlin and McCarthy. Attendance,
Washington Defeats Philadelphia.
WASHINGTON. Oct. ".-Washington de
feated Philadelphia today lit to 4. Coakley
was batted out of the box and Waddell,
who succeeded him, was wild, giving Ave
bases on balls and making two. costly wild
AB H O A E AB.H.O.A.E
Jnnaa, cf a
1 0 OHarlial. II... 1
III Ol.ort. cf I
HI'hman. Ib. t 1 1 DaTla. Ib .'.t'
Andaraon. rf. I 1 L. frnaa, Ih..4
4 0 0
SlanlM. It ..
1 I 11
I I 1
p... I 1
a a t
1 OBrybnlit. rt... 4 1
t Murphy. Ib. .. t
1 I M. Crnaa. aa.. I
1(0 4H.-a.ra. c
Falkanbarf. pa PCoaklar.
Wolla. p 4 1 I awd,l.l
Totala I n 11
, Totala tl 14 10 4
Ratted for Waddell le ninth.
Washington 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 10
Philadelphia 1 01000000-4
Three-base hits: Stahl. Casaidy. htolen
bases: Stahl. Stanley, Murphy. Sacrifice
hit: Lord. Double play: Hickman .0 Cas
aldv to Stahl. First base on balls: Off
Falkenberg. 1; off Wolfe. 1; off Waddell.
6. Hits: Off Coakley, & in two innings;
off Waddell. 4 In six Innings; off Falken
berg, two la one Inning; off Wolfe, 4 In
eight Innings. Hit wnh ball:' By Wolfe.
1. Struck out: By Wolfe. 1; by Waddell.
a. I -eft on bases : Philadelphia. 4; Wash
ington. 1. Wild pitches: Waddell. 1. Time:
1 :. t'mplres: Hurst and Connors. At
Boston Beats New York.
BOSTON. Oct. By a lucky bunching of
hits In the eighth inning and a couple of
stolen bases, Boston scored two runs and
won today's game. 1 to 1. Soore:
BOSTON NEW YORK.
AB H.O.A C. AB H O A K
Parant. aa ...l I t 4 OH.ha. rf i 1
Biah I. cf 4 II OKaalar. rf....4 I 1
Hi.liis. Ik ... 4 I 1 6lx.uah.rty. It 4 I
BurkatI If... I J I 1 Laporta. Ib... I 1
GnmahaV lb 4 II 1 tl la lb 4 T
saiba.'k. rt .. I I nidrins. aa... I I I I I
Oodwis. ib .. I 1 I I Connor, c I I ( t
trnhruaur, all HVkiul, Ik I I t I I
(ilbaoit, p.... i 1 li'larkaoa. p. 1 I
rth .! I
Totals U I 17 14 iklalBoar ... 1
Totala 1 14 4
Batted for Cock man In ninth.
Hatted for Clarkson In ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
New VorV 0 0 0 0 1 0-1
Fjirned run: New York. 1. Sacrifice hu:
Connor. Stolen baaes: Uarkett, Dougherty,
Godwltv Stahl. Armbruster, Oldrlng. Double
play: Connor to Iporte. First base on
ria 1 1 ii hann a . jaw v
dV.' u3?.,0 bson- b Clarkson, 6. Wild
Pitch: Clark nrt Tim. o r. . 1 1 r.'
., - . ' ..uvi lO, I Mil-
nolly. Attendance: 2,154.
Cleveland Wins from Detroit.
Cl.EViri.ivn tt e j
. xj-t... v. 111 yiianu won a
InOHA Vlimj) twnm I U..I T , . . .
shutout ball, but errors gave Detroit three
Br. ef 4 11 OMclntyra. If.. 6 110
Concalton. rf. I I OLIndaay. lb..l 101
Blnv.il Ik . . 1 . n . . . .... - " "
w.w . .w..a v ... v .DLiiseiar, an., a 1 a I v
Rradlay, 3b . 4 0 1 I OCrawforti, rf. I 0 0
Turnar. aa ... 110 3 OCobb. cf 4 110
Barbaau, lb.. 4 I I 4 aroushlln, Ib. 4 I 1 1 0
Heaa, If 4 11 OO'Laarr, aa.. 4 0 1 1 0
Buriloar r . A a a t U' . -.. . ....
- - . .. .....I, v iv a 1
Joaa. p,.. . 101 ODonoran, p.. 4 0 0 1 0
Totala II 1 17 17 Totala 34 7 S4 3
Cleveland 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 5
Detroit 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 03
First -base on errors: Cleveland, 1; De
troit. 2. Two-base hits: Stovall. Barbcau,
Lindsay. Stolen bases: Congalton u'l. Sto
vall, Cnughlln. O'Leary. Rases on balls: Off
Joss, 3; off Donovan, 2. I,eft on bases:
Cleveland. 6; Detroit, 8. Struck out: By
Joss, 3; by Donovan. 9. Time: 1:J8. Um
pire: Sheridan. Attendance: 1,139.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost,
147 92 55
Games today: Chicago at 8t. Louis. De
trolt at Cleveland, Philadelphia at Wash
ington. New York at Boston.
New York ...
St. Louis ...
W.H'anhy. If. I
Tlnkar. aa I
Evara. lb ...
GAMQS 1 THE NATIONAL 1.KAGIK
thleasio Wins from Plttsbara; In the
PITTSBl'RG. Oct. 6 Five hits assisted
by two wild throws and two bases on
balls gave Chicago the game in the fourth
CHICAOO. ' PITTSBIRO.
AB.H.O.A.E. AD H.O.A E.
Ilafla, cf Ill nrlarka. If 4 I 1
411 'lanl.r. rf . ... ft 1 1
aua OMtn. cf 4 0 1 0
II OWainar, aa... 4 1 I I 0
II 0 Brain. Sb 4 0 4 t
III ('Howard, lb... 111!
1114 lKltrhay. lb... 4 10 11
4 1 4 OHillabraad. c. I I 1
4 14 0 Pali a. e 111
Lynch, p 1 1 i
10 IT lft IPhllllppa, p.. I 1
, lymar 1 e 0
Totala a t 17 14 4
Batted for Phllllppe In ninth.
Chicago 0 '0 061001 07
Pittsburg 00101100 0f
Three-base hits: Howard. Maqev M -Cnrthy.
cSacriflce hits: Evers I?), iilokn
bases: Clarke. Casey. Evers. Kllng. Bases
on halls: Off Lynch, 4; off Welmer. 3.
Struck out: By Lynch, 2; by Philllppe.
3; by Welmer, 4. Wild pitches: Lvnch 2.
Passed balls: Hlllebrandt. 2. Hits: Off
Lynch. 6 In four innings; off Phllllppe,
f In five Innings. Time: 2:10. I'mplre:
Klem. Attendance: 1.610.
(tankers Wis at Gotham.
NEW YORK. Oct. g.-Although the New
York National league champions outttatttd
the visiting rhllarielphians the , local alien
were defeated today by a score of 6 to 4.
Errors on the part of the home team were
responsible for the victory of the visitors.
Score : ,
PHILADELPHIA NEW TOSK.
AR.H.O A . AB H O A E
Tr.aanaa cf .. a I I Braanakaa. c. 4 1 4 1
Olaaano. lb... I I I Browoo, rf...ft I
rouriaar. lb. 4 1 walla, ct. .. 4 I
sUfaa, U...l 110 aUOana, U..I till
Tltua. rf 1 Oil Clarke, lb....
Branaflald, lb 4 1 I 1 0 Wlltaa. If
Doolln, as.... I Oil 0 Strang, aa....
Dooln. c I 11 0 rwTlin. lb....
Plttlmer, p.. I 10 lOllbart, ib...
Totals ! 7 14. I 1 Bovcrman ..
Totala I It it It i
Batted for Ames In elgth.
Philadelphia 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 0-
New York 1 0 110 0 1 04
First base on errors: New York 1, Phil
adelphia 1. Ift on bases: New York 9.
Philadelphia 4. First base on balls: Off
Aniea 3. oft Plttlngcr 2. Struck out: By
Ames 6, by Plttlngcr 6. Home runs: Don
lin. Strang. Three-base hit: McGann.
Two-base hits: Donlln. Thomas. Sacrifice
hits: Thomas, Gleason, Titus, Doolln.
Stolen bases: Donlln, Magee (2. Double
plays: Devlin and McGann, Strang and
Gilbert. Wild pitch: Plttlnger. Hit with
ball: By Plttlnger 1. Time: 1:40. Umpire:
Einulie. Attendance, 1.300.
Brooklyn Beats Boston.
BROOKLYN, Oct. 6.-Wlth a score of
7 to I Brooklyn scored its third successive
victory over the visiting Boston team at
Washington park today. Score:
BROOKLTV. ' BOSTON,
f an M O A E aa u r 4 r
Hall, rf 4
Sharkard. h. 4
Ceaalar, lb... 4
Batch. 3b 4
Hummel, lb.. I
I ,!.. aa 4 I 1
Malay, cf 4 10
Hitler, c 4
Docarher, p. . 4
0 PAb'tlrrhlo. aa 4 0 I I 0
(ITannay. lb... 11(10
1 ODolan. rf 411
I ;ia!ahanty. If 4 10
t flWolvarfn. lb 4 1 i 0
i OCannall, cf... 4 1 t
0 lRaymar, ib... 3 0 a 1
OMoran. e a ft
o i wuiia. p a i t a
Totala it li 17 14 t Totala il 4 14 It I
Brooklyn 02000401 - 7
Boston 20001000 0-1
Two-base hit: Wolverton. Stolen bases:
Batch. Lewis. Rltter. Double plays: Hum
mel. Lewis and tJessler: Hummel and
Gettsler. !ft on bases: Boston. I: Brook
lyn, 5. First on balls: Off Doescher., 1;
off Willis, 1. First on errors: Boston. 2;
Brooklyn. 1. Hit by pitched b.ill: By
Doecher. 1. Struck out: Bv Willis, t";
ny Doescher. 3. Time: 1:31. Umpire:
O'Day. Attendance: 800.
Standing of the Teama.
Played. Won, Lost. pet.
New York 151
St. Louis ..
Games today: Boston at Brooklyn. Phil
adelphia at New York, Cincinnati at St
YORK WEAKENS IN SECOND HALF
Oatplapa Lincoln la' rirat Half, hat
letter Takes, a Brace.
YORK. Neb.. Oct. (.(Special Telegram.)
Lincoln V-feated York in a well played
game of fo.rt ball this afternoon. York
scored on touchdown, leaving the score S
to 0 in the Arst half. In the second half
Lincoln scored three touchdowns on steady
gains and fumbles by York. Both sl.l. s
made good runs during the game, but the
alar playing was by Quarterback Frold of
York, who made sensational tackles and
runs. 1 tie llnei p:
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Osbonta, Caputs. .. 11. H L H .
Brandans. t 111
. . . Stataan bvrgar
TUna of halves; 20 and S tnlnuus. Final
score: York. 5; Lincoln, 15. Referee: Gil
bert of York.
FAVORITES WIN AT LEXINGTON
Beat Tim ot the Day Made la the
, LEXINGTON. Ky.. Oct. T:","
took the four events decided at the f ouitli
day or tne iromus iirecui.a
Johnston stake. 1:34 class, trot lng. was the
feature. Emma iirooa. iinii-niBin
Adbell. the Futurity winner challenged he
favorite. Albert C. and In the second heat
led him to a break In the stretch and easily
finished first. She was a close '""'"
In the two other heats. Gold Dust Muia
won the 2:12 trot In straight heats.
The best time of the day was made n
the 2:18 pace. After finishing seventh in
the first heat, the favorite Dan P. won the
next three, time 2:US. 2:P9'4 and 2 :0M,.
The 2:18 trot (unfinished) was handily won
by A. Penn. the favorite, who had taken
the first and fourth heats Thursday. Sum-
mTroVting. 2:18 class, purse ll.lOOO. first di
vision (unfinished from yesterday):
A Penn. b. h. (Ludwlgl ...1 4 1 1
Miss Kinney, b. m. ( Andrews). .. .3 1 1 I 2
Belfast, b. g. (Barrett) ...........4 2 2 3 3
Electric Maiden, b. m. (Dunbar). 2 3 5 5
Nordlca, Altonette. Belladl and Kipling
"Tllme:' 2:H. 2:10-V. 2:11W. 2:11. C :12s-
Johnston slakes, linoo. 2:24 clajis, trotting:
Albert C. g. g. (Dlckerson) 1 2 11
Emma Brook, b. m. iChandler)....2 12 2
Billy. B. ch. g. (Frenchi 5 3 13
Harrv Simmons, h. g. (Huspey) 4 5 4 4
Getawav and Marvella also started.
Time: 2 :12V 2.11V 2:10V 2:11V
Trotting. 2:13 class, purse 11.000:
Gold Dust Mailt, blk. m. (Geers) 1 1 1
ljdv Pauline, br. m. (Chandler) 2 2 2
Helen Nort, b. m. (Rutherford) 3 3
Kindest Kind. ch. c. iPadgiti 3 i i
Danube and Ballast also started.
Time: 2:09V 2:1H. 2:PV
Pacing. 2:18 class, purse $1,000:
Dan P. b. g. (Padglti 7 111
Little R. b. m. (Taylor) 1 3 6 3
Fred Miller, b. g. (Stout) 8 2 2 2
Tommy Burns, b. g. (McCarthy)... .2 7 3 4
Johnny Smoker. Jimmy r, Lilly Clap. Re
proachlesa. Emll D and Miss Kipling also
, Time: 2:13. 2:08. 2:09V. 5:08..
WITH TIIE BOWLERS.
kniKhts of the gridiron. Short but spirited
addresses were delivered ny v "
mers Prof. Thome and ex-Manager oi
Athletics Henry G. Walker.
MATINEE AT SPRAtilE PARK TODAY
Driving; Clnb WlU Give Program of
Races with Several New Horsea.
A matinee will be given by the Omaha
Driving association at Sprague Street park
Saturday afternoon at tin usual time. A
small admission will be charged for this
matinee to cover a slight deficit In the ex
chequer for the bummer and several new
horses will be on hand to add life and seat
to the usually good line of sport which Is
furnished by this enterprising organisation.
The annual dinner of the club will be held
Frve-for-all pace, mile heats, two in
three: Poverty, s. in. (W. C. Russell);
Rena Wilkes, g. m. (Harry Huston).
Class A. hHlf mile, 1:12 pace, two In
three: Billy lioy, b. g. (Arthur I Ander
son); Roy F., b. g. (J. S. Ionian); Elon,
ch. g. (Floyd J. Campbell).
Class B. 1:20 pace: Redwood, s. g.
(Kiiiket; Nebraska, s. g. (J. S. Inman: Tim
Captain, b. g. (Floyd Campbell); Dr. Swo
borla, b. s. (Charles L. Van Camp).
Class C. 1:15 pace: Philippine, b. g. ill.
R. White); Hlackhawk. bin. g. (R. A.
Thompson); Farmer Hoy. s, g. ( L. Betts;
Ladv Belle, blk. m. (A. M. Henderson).
Class D, 1:20 trot: Smokane, g. in. (8.
Ttandolnh): Jessie, b. m. (Ed Dietrich).
Billy I'axton, ch. s. (Fred Gregson).
Pennsylvania Wins Doubles.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 6.-The Univer
sity of Pennslyvanla today won the Inter
collegiate tennis championship In the
doubles. & D. Dewhurst and H. B. Reg
ister of Pennsylvania defeated H. O. Welts
and S. Fields of , Yale In straight sets.
Score: 8-2, tt-2. 8-6.
Indiana Are Doing Well.
BATAVIA, la., Oct. 6-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Green's Nebraska Indiana defeated
Oquawka (111.) 10 to 3 yesterday and Ba
tavla 2 to 1 today. The Indians won twenty-three
out of twenty-five In Illinois.
Rusty Owens of Dubuque pitched for Ha
Logan Haa Easy Victory.
LOGAN, la.. Oct. 6 (Special Tclegram. .
This afternoon the Logan foot ball team
defeated Little Sioux 38 to 0. Referees:
Fred Btern of Logan and S. Ellis of Little
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Mets Bros." team won two games of the
series from the Onlmods last night. In the
second rolling the highest of the season
with 1.007. The last game was won at the
finish, after It looked a certain defeat. The
brewers struck while the shoe men made
errors in the last frame. Dad" Hunting
ton had the high total with 6S3 and Charley
Zarp's 216 was the best single game. Score:
C. 8. Francisco
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Gives Foot Ball Players geadoff.
IOWA CITY. Ia . Oct. -Special. )-A
mass meeting was held in the Liberal Arts
auditorium Thursday evening at which the
Iowa foot ball players, who left for Chi
cago today to play the Maroons, were givn
a rousing aendoff. The large structure re
sounded with college yells and songs, which
bad a very encouraging effect on the
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