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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. AUGUST 11, WOC
Ladies' Daintiest &
Shirt Waists I
Worth up to Qa
$2.50, at Will
This represents entire surplus
stock of the National Waist Co., of
New York. The pretty effects
have the embroidered fronts, lace
Insertions, many embroidered and
white Swisses, long or short
sleeves, many Peter Pans, in coin
and ring dots, etc., worth up to
$2.50 at, each,
JLL ,' ' Vl ' ''''J LLJL llliVlHiJi LULU. J LJ L 11 11. R mMer Baroilii from loe J H
I
8
Odds and Ends
of Ltdies Wool
Suiis elons, ponys
etc. worth up to
$20, at
$522
Ladies white
wool mohair and
serge Skirts, circu
lar and pleated,
worth up to $10,
Sale of Pure Linen
HANDKERCHIEFS
Pure Irish linen, cambric and sheer Irish linen
ladles' and men's sises.
SOME SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT.
Many of these have hand em
broidered Initials, plain and corded
lines, finest sheer and hemstitched
linens and fine . cambrics they
&T6 manufacturer's seconds and a
few are the least bit Imperfect
should sell at 35o each at, each.
lie
rrj
.... . Mm
?i a. 1 st w u i i 1 1 a or
J) $222 I
8c
Bankrupt Stock
Ladles' high shoes and Ox
fords sol n at astonishing
bargains during this great
ale. These are all high class
shoes from a leading factory.
All the ladles' finest
high shoes and Oxfords
actually worth ! and
18.60, going,
at
All the ladies' finest high
fords, actually worth from
at .
1.69
jar m
shoes and ox-
13. SO to 16.00,
GRAND COflPLETB CLEARANCE OP
STUNNING SUMMERY MODELS IN
Shirt Waist and Jacket Suits
POSITIVELY WORTH UP TO $10 EACH, AT
If you have seen these exquisite suits in the window, yn will reilizs their beauty and the
splendid values we are offerinq. Hundreds of styles and all of them dainty and up-to-date.
The suits are fresh and cfoa and show every popular style feature.
THE DRESSY LITTLE JACKET SUITS
Are in the pretty Eton, Bolero and Pony Coat effects, made of pure linens, Indian Head muslins
and duck, many jackets with lace insertions, full skirts, etc., easily worth up to $10.00 each.
THE STUNNING SHIRT WAIST SUITS-
Very daintily fashioned in lawns, white nnd dotted Swisses, soft mulls, etc., with
the full fluffy skirts, embroidery folds with insertions to match; also colored lin
ens and ehambrays, suits that are worth as high as $10.00 each; all in this great
6ale at, each .
Great Clearance of All. Our Silk Shirt Waist and Jacket Suits
These are the most practical and popular traveling garments.
Silk Shirt Waist Suits and Jacket Suits, in Silk Jacket and Shirt "Waist Suits, value9.as
checks, stripes and colors,, worth up Q QQ j high as $45, I) ( , tt OP
.U I at ITiUJ
OB
Be
I Allot Weather Special,
I SHEETMUSICSALE
fcj To make Saturday a grand sale day in our
sheet music department, we will take hun
dreds of new and popular songs and in-
S? Btrumental pieces and place
them on sale far below price,
b Big counter full of favorite
8 sheet music, at
&j COME EARLY.
Good pianists in attendance
Basement Ladies' one dol
lar White Duck Skirts
slightly damaged,
at, each
39c
to $25, at. .. i
Basement Ladies' $2 and
$3 Shirt " Waist Suits,
dotted and striped CIQ0
lawns, etc i...vOC
at..
Basement Ladies'
Petticoats striped
checked ginghams,
worth to $1, each . .
Wash
49c
Basement Ladies' ging
ham aprons in various size
checks, worth 25c, flA'.
go at 1UC
10c
$1.00 Elbow Length Pure Bilk
Mitts 11.00 grade
50c
Hosiery
25c
Ladles' 46c Past Black Ftna
Cotton Hose, double soles..
Ladles' and Children's Hon Blacks,
i!!f..?!Sr...'0e-We-Wft
Long Silk Gloves
Elbow Lenirth t Silk Gloves White,
cream, gray, and elbow Ungth f CA
Black Taffeta Gloves pair....
Pura Silk Black and White Ex
tension Glove Tops
pair ......'
Ladies Neckwear
Ladies' Wash Summer Neckwear
Fancy embroidered and lace trimmed,'
large variety, white and f
colors some slightly mussed )(
worth up to 35c at, each
"ladies Vests
Ladles' Fine White Cotton
Vests special at, each....
tS&S Shirts at 75r
VaajS,,.) A V A
'75c
All the
at. . . .
All the
at. . . .
11.50 suit case,
12.00 suit cases.
From New York custom shirt shops
mohair, pongee and soisette, neck-
band style and collar.
attached, coat style,
etc.; at i
69c
Men's $1.00cn I SOe and 75c men's aum-C
shirts, at JVC mer underwear, at. ... J C
Clearing Sale of Dress Suit Cases
08C A' th s-69 Bult esses, C)3
' 1 .45 1 A5t)j' 3.98
Our $1.00 and $1.S0 mercerised cotton
and lisle men's underwear shirts and
drawers, at
OMAHA TURNS THE TABLES
ShuU Lincoln Oat in ft Fitohsrs' Battle
Estwsen McUoeley and Eyler.
ONLY ONE RUN SCORED IN THE GAME
Perrlng; Hits for a Doable and with
Two Down Dels a Drives Him
la with s Crackle
Single
LINCOLN, Aug. 10. In a great pitchers'
battle today Omaha turned the tables and
beat Lincoln by a score of 1 to 0. He
Neeley had a shade the best of Eyler,
whose work, however, was of the star or
der. The lone run of the game came in
the seventh Inning. Perrlng led oft with
a double and after Welch and Baasey had
been disposed of Dolan landed for a cork
ing single, sending Perrlng home. Dolan
played 'a remarkable game In the field, a
did Barton for Lincoln. The score:
OMAHA.
AB. R
Carter. If 4 o
Howard, tb 4 0
ferrtng, 8d 4 1
Welch, cf 4 0
Bavsey, rf. 4 0
Iolan, lb S 0
Oondlng, e I 0
Iocg, ss t o
McNeeleyv p , I 0
H. PO. A.
0 10
S 1
0 4
1 -0
0
IS 1
1 1
I 6
0 I
Struck out: By Corbett, I; by Ehgle, 2;
liv Adams. 2:. Left nn hn ' rnvr. 7:
Sioux City, 9. Home run: Campbell. Two-
oase nits: weed (2). First base on errors:
Penver, 1; Sioux City, 4. Time: i:W. .Um
pire: Lynch. Attendance; M0.
Three Straight for Champs.
PUEBLO, "Colo.. Aug. 10. Des Moines
made It three straight from the locals this
afternoon by a score of 9 to 1. In the
the Silver Eagtes. Batteries: Silver Eagles.
Oulnane and Burkland; Antler Juniors,
Munroe and Malander.
GAMES IH AMERICAS ASSOCIATION
Iwsbi Pitches the Klrat So-Hit Game
of the Season.
rnT.i'MRl'B. Aus-. 10. Pitcher Swann of
I Kansas City today made the league leadem
early stages of the game allien was In 5i CTctlms of the first no-hit game of the
tine form and had the game well In hand, i Ahmer can asimclation season He ave no
5S,nt,y.,J!2f .up.5X.r,?i iB HZ eJ"hlh ' AilM?: t other
ninth innings Pueblo tied the score. In rolumbus olayers reached first on Infield
the eleventh inning Welday singled was "Voy to? to sond. Manager
sacrificed by Dexter and after Andreas f'wl', i ih. hnm. club was DUt off the
had been retired Miner ourooselv walked V'y"16' ?f the nome ClUD P 1
Hogrlever. Qillen, who followed, won his "c'"'
own game, however, with a clean single to I
and tenth by Caffyn and Welday kept the, m"?' H " 1
locals from scoring the winning run. The r,aV,' tb.'.'. t
cf..
Cook, If...
Mcdilvray,
Kader, ZD
Melcholr, rf
t:iwert, 3b
Tonneman, lb..
Fluke, ss
Kennicker, c...
Minor, p :..
PUEBLO.
Aa R.
1
4
H. PO. A.. E.
t
0
I
1
0
0
1
0
3
i
3
1
1
10
4
0
1
6
0
4
1
1
0
7
0
0
0 1
0
1
0
0
1
KAN8A8 CITY. COLIMBVS.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.OA.E.
0 0 0 0 Hlnchmn. m I
117 K oulter. If.... 4 I 0 0
10(1 Pickering, cf. 4 0 I 0 0
0 10 0 PHrl. lb 4 0 I 0 0
114 0 Klhm. lb t 0 10 1 1
0 It 0 OHulK'ltt, H. . I 0 14 1
0 10 OWrlsley. lb., t 0 I I 0
110 0 Blu. c I 0 5 4 0
0 0 1 OQroth, p t 0 0 I 0
Hill. ef.
Burke, lb..
Prtnti, lb.
raiiudr, If
loabr, c.
Swans, p..
Totals 7 10 33 II 3
DES MOINES.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Caffyn, If 6
O ueary, sa i
Welday, , cf I
Dexter, c 4
Andreas, lb 4
Hogrlever, 2b 3
Olllen, p 6
Magoon, 2b 6
vjlcotte. If i
2
0
1
1
0
3
1
0
3
2
2
3
11
1
0
3
2
Totals
31 1
LINCOLN.
AB. R.
( 27 18
H. PO. A.
0 4 0
1 1
0
0
0
E.
0
0
V
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Totals
Des Moines..
Pueblo
.1 4
.0 1
..46
0 0
0 0
It
10 1
0 1 0
33 10 4
0 0 0 2-9
3 3 0 0-7
Ketchem. cf...
Uuillln, 3b
renlon. If
Thomas, lb....
Collins, rf
Oagnler, s..
Barton. Sb
SUnran, c
Eyler, p
ilolmee '
Totals jo 0 4 ' 27 $ 0
Batted for Fenlon In the ninth.
Omaha o 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Lincoln .....0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0 00
Earned run: Omaha, 1. Two-base hits'
Perrlng. Dolan. Long. Sacrifice hits:
Thomaa, Holmes, McNeeley. Stolen base
Qulllln. first base on balls: Off MoNee-
ley. i. eiruca out: By Eyler. 4. Lett on ;
bases: Lincoln. ; Omaha. 4. First basi l
? rr?T?: Uncoln, I. Time: 1:15. Urn- I
Denver Has Some Ballooalats.
DENVER, Aug. la-Sloux City slaugh
tered Pitchers Adams and Engle of Denver
and did not 1st up even when Cutcher
fcaluaky went to the filing line, getting
twenty runs with twenty-two hits, includ
ing a homer, seven three-baggers and a
couple of two-sackers. Corbett toyed with
the Oiiaslles. allowing them five runs on
even hits. Score:
SIOUX CITT.
Campbell. If 7 3 4 1 0
fcheehaa. rf 13 3 10
Nobllt, cf ., 4 3 3 l a
Weed. 2b .415
Newton, so 4 i 1 1
Frost, 3b (114 3
Williams, lb 3 3 12 0
Hess, c 4 2 13 1
Corbett. p 1 2 2 0 0
Total II 7 It 17 I Total! 10 0 17 1 t
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 15
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Stolen bases: Burke (2). McBrlde. Sac
rifice hit: Perrlne. Three-base hit; Leahy.
Struck out: By Groth, 4: by Swann, 1. Bases
on balls: Off Groth, 6. Hit with pitched
ball: By Swann. Klhm. Time: 1:35. I'm-
, plre: Egan.
0 Millers Defeat Distillers.
t 1 fm'lSVILLE. Aug. 10. Minneapolis de-
0 feated Louisville today by batting Dunkle
0 hard at opportune times. Cadwallader ns
0 wild at times, but kept the locals' hits well
2 scattered. Bcore:
0 MINNEAPOLIS. LOUISVILLE.
0 B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E
2 Pti. cf t I I 0 0 Hillmmn, If.. I 1 I 0 d
- D.SulllTia. rf 4 I I 0 0 Woodruff, lb. I 1 I I
Grcmlllz'r. lb I I 1 4 0 Rruhttr, Jb. 4 0 11)
Orhm. If... I 110 S8ulllrn. Ill I 10 t
rrmu, lb.. 4 i 4 0 0 8lovll. of ... 4 1 10 0
Orlor. m 4 14) 0 K.r.lo. rf... I 1101
Fax. lb 4 0 4 2 OBlonrr. c I 0 I I U
;. 22
MEN'S OXFORDS
All tb men's fin oxfords, worth 13.00, J
All the msn's IS.60 nd $4.00 stylish ox-') 4(
fords, at S J
All the men's Florshelm oxfords, latest styles, and
Dr. Reed's tan oxfords, worth $5.00 and T 75
$(.00. at J,I J
ladies' Wash Belts
5,000 Wash Belts Some are slightly soiled
from the looms, beautifully embroidered
ra9h and silk belts, eyelet em
broidered Fritzi Seheff styles,
form fitting, pearl buckles and
and harness buckles, worth
25c, 35c and 50c, at
Jewelry Novelties
S 1,000 Brooch Pins and fancy stick,
Pins worth up to 50c, at .......... .
Q Parks Bros. and Roger's Link
Buttons, 25c and 50c values, at. ... ,
g Imported Crystal Bead Xecklaces, blues,
y greens, amber, amytheist, worth
25c, at. w
Oval Beauty Pins, warranted gold
filled, worth 25c pair pair
S Pearl Beads, unbreakable, extra heavy
quality, worth 50c, at strand. . .'
Fancy Linen Sale
Saturday in Basement
Importers' surplus stock. of fine
Irish point pillow shams and
stand covers, worth
$1.00, on basement
bargain square Sat-1
; urday only; at; each
10c
10c
10c
10c
crrt
r : :
Sage. Hits: Off Dougherty, 7 in six and
one-third innings; toft Base, 1 In one-third
Inr.Ing; oft Curtl 0 lit two-thirds In
ning; off Goodwin, 3 In one and two
thirds Innings. Double plays: H. Hemphill
to Balewaq; Cllngman to V. Clarke. Um
pires: Owens and Sullivan. Time: 2:00.
Score, second game;
MlLWAl'KEE. TOLEDO.
p. HO. A. B. B.H.O.A.E.
Robinson, u. i 3 1 I Ininmin. M. t 1 ltd
Grfn. rf t 11 1 tj. Clark, If.. I 14 10
Hynrt. If t 111 0 Knaba. 2b.... 4 1 i 0 0
(Jatrman, lb.. 6 i 1 1 Drmont, cf .. I 110 0
Porlll. C.... 6 0 7 1 0 Krursr, lb.. 4 1111
Homphlll, cf. 4 110 0 Nance, rf I I 4 0 1
M'C hran'r, 3b 5 1 1 4 CW. Clara., Ibl I I I t
MK'ormk. 2b4 0 1J OLanil. c 4 1111
Uoodwm. p.. I 1 I I OSuttboft, p.... 4 0 0 10
Totala 17 14 17 II t Total! It II 17 T
Milwaukee .......... .0 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0-8
Toledo 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 03
Two-base hits: Land, Hemphill. Home
run: RlcChceney. First baee on balls: Off
Hutthoff, 3; off Goodwin, 3. Struck out:
By Sulthorf. 3; by Goodwin, 6. Double
plays: Knahe to Clarke; Bateman (un
assisted), int by pitched balft Hemphill.
Sacrifice hits: Robinson, Green, Knabe.
Stolen bases: McChesney, V. Clarke, em
pties: Owens and Sullivan. Time: 2:10.
Standing- ol the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
....113
,...111
....It
....112
....113
....113
....lit)
....111
Milwaukee at Columbus.
Kansas city at Toledo, St. Paul at Louis
ville, Minneapolis at Indianapolis.
Columbus .....
Milwaukee .....
Toledo
Minneapolis ....
Louisville .... .
Kansas City ..
St. Paul
Indianapolis . .
Games today:
70 43 .021
63 48 .bdli
9) 49 .5j0
67 65 .5"9
57 66 .04
64 6a .47s
47 J .42d
38 73 .342
Detroit, v 7; Boston, t. Struck out: By
Kubanks, 4; by Dlneen, 1. Double plays:
Payne to Coughlln, Payne to Scliaerer,
Stahl to Morgan. Wild pitch: Eubanks.
Time: 1:46. Lmpire: Connolly.
...
Chicago Bunches Hits.
CHICAGO. Aug. 10. Chicago bunched hlis
today and defeated New York, 2 to 1, In the
opening game of the series. The visitors
scored In the second on a single and a
triple, but Chicago scored In the fifth on
just the reverse, a triple and a single.
Two singles and an out gave Chicago the
winning run in the eighth. Scorei
CHICAGO. NEW YORK.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
Hahn, rf I 0 0 0 CKMl.r. rf....4 0 10 0
O'Nctl, cf.... 4 1 0 0 0 Hoffmann, ef. 4 1 1 0 0
Iaball. tb I 0 I I ICbaa. lb I 0 I 0 0
Dan., aa I 0 I I Of onror, a. ... 4 1110
Donohua. lb.. 0 11 1 OLaporta, lb... 1110 0
Dougherty. If I 1 I 0 OYaactr, lb... I 1 I I 0
Sullivan, e...l 1 1 0 Dol.hantjr, If. I 1 1 0 0
Tann.hill, ib. I 0 I I CKl.lnow, C...I 010
Walab, p 110 1 OCneabro. p.... 1 0 0 4 0
. y
Total. M i 17 II 1 Totals M I 24 10 0
Chicago 00001001 X
New York 01000000 01
Left on bases: Chicago, J; New York, t.
Two-base hit: Hoffman. Three-base hits:
Delehanty, Dougherty. Double play. Tan
nehlll to Isbell to Donohue. Struck out:
By Walsh 6; by Chesbro, 9. Passed ball:
Klelnow. First base on balls: Off Walsh,
1; off Chesbro, 1. Time: 1:66. , Umpire:
Hurst. t
Game Postponed.
At Cleveland Washington-Cleveland
game postponed, rain.
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. lost.
Philadelphia ..
Stolen bases: Caltvn. Hosrlever i. Rader.
Melchior. Three.hHM hit: Molrhlnr r-n Yeaaar. a I III uutnlan. aa... 4 1410
ball: Kennicker. Bases on balls: Off Minor. Cstinal'osr. p 4 1 0 0 0 Duukla, p.... I 0 u I 0
6; off GUIen, 5. Struck out: By Minor. 7: '
l.V lillla,. (! I ... An . l t
Pueblo, 11. Two-base hlta: Elwert. Wel
day. Wild pitch: Glllen. Double play:
Mlnur to Bader to Tonneman. Time: 2:15.
Umpire: Davis. Attendance: l.OOU
StandluB of the Teams.
Totala. .
0 0 0
80 4 21 11 :
0 ! I M
, Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Des Moines ..: 97 68 28 .711
Omaha 3 61 42 .6i9
IVnver W 48 M .46
Sloui City W 46 63 .4b
Llncudn 97 42 65 . 445
Puublo 98 W 6 .3t7
''lames today: Omaha at
, lines at Pueblo, Sioux City at Denver.
Totala 40 II 17 11 0
Minneapolis 2
Louisville o v i v v v v v v i
Two-base hit: Woodruff. Thrc-bae hits:
Cadwallarter, Davis, Uiemlnger. Bases on
balls: Off Dunkle. 4; off Cadwallader, 6
Struck out: By Cadwallader, 1; by Dunkle.
t. Hit with pitched ball: By Oyler, Davis.
Double play: Grtminger to Fox to Free
man. Left on bases: Minneapolis, f. Louis
ville, 7. Time: 1:00. Umpire: Kane.
Saints Win from Itooalers.
INDIANAPOLIS. Aug. 10St. Paul won
a i L n.. from Indianapolis. 4 to S. today. Gelor.
' t tl. T I . . . . 1 ha. I
w " olar. aa
rhe Mickeyltes will come to Omaha for Sufdeo, ib.
. d uble-heuder Sunday, when Pa will try Myara. lb..,
to even up old scores, for what the Holmes rn.a. it
bunch did to the Kourke family on the Vhaalar. lb,
occasion of the last visit. The Lincoln ''.
team has been strengthened up until It ha-i.f,,
a fast Infield and a good outfield", with Its -riit't. p"."
pitchers working well. The games should
attract considerable Interest, tor Pop Kylt-r! Totals
la saia to again to nave rastened his noodno 1 ei Paul
. . 1, .. I I . W. . . . ,ii 1 ' '
Indlanapoll
I for St. Paul, had eleven assists. Score;
I. ivnlivi.ni IS
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.B.
I 1 1 11 1 lunlaar. rf. I I l J
4 111 OAtharton, II I I I I
4 14 OHlmea. cf.... 1110
4 11 OTarr, lb 4 1 V
4 0 t 1 William., aa. 4 0 I 1 1
4 0 1 (Parry. It 4 I i '
41'. OMarcan. Ib... 4 1 I I f
1 i 0 OHolmaa, C....4 14 11
10 11 OKallum. p.... 4 loin
nn tlie umalia team, but many fans will
not believe It.
Base Ball at KleU Clnh.
U I 7 10 t Totals 3 11 M 11 1
1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 01
.0 00000 20 02
First base on balls:- Off Kellum, z.
Struck out: By Kellum. 2, by fruiti. i.
Two-base hit: Atnerton.
Three-base hits:
The Field club plays the Union Pacific 1 Hlmes, Frlek. Double play: Williams to
Saturday at S o'clock at the Flold club Carr. Left on baac-a: Indianapolis. h; St.
irntindi. Following la th lineun: I PauL 1. Umpire: Werden. Time: l.ao.
Touls
McHale, lb ..
Smith, as ....
Randall, rf .
Kusscll. ef ..
Welsart, 0 ..
Heddlck. ir .
Donahue, 2u
lleldan. If ....
Ada ma, p ....
.tangle, p .....
klalusky, p ..
60 H
DENVER.
AB. R-
22 C 13
II.
0
i
1
o
t
0
0
0
t
A.
Totals
bloux City
Denver
Stolen bases:
hits: Bheehsn,
36 I T 27 1 I
1 t t t 0 6-a
0 01010100-i
McHale, Smith. Sacrifice
Noblit. Three-base hits:
Campbell. Corbett. Frust, Nohlil, ilollala,
Kendall. Bases on balls: Off Corbett. 3.
ittt i-Hcjs U oB. Adaiua. 1; oil Zjaluaky, .
Field Club.
Abbott ....
Malone ...
Creighton
Chambers
Kelly
Hoagland
Rogers ...
Karr
Gordy .....
...First ..
. .. Second
... Third .
...Short .
... Left ...
. .. Center
.Bight
Union Pacific.
Pender
I Even Break In Toledo.
i pivm pn," ft luff trt 'rfilerirt And Ttfil-
i. J" , waukea broke even today, each team win-
Kennedy nln lt8 geitne by stick work. The fitld
Knight WUM 4 aea of mud. - Score, first game:
.R. Kennedy TOLEDO. MILWAUKEE.
..Doddorman B.H.O.A.E. u.h.o.a E.
.-Kchoe I cilDtua. aa. 4 1 I I I Roblnaon. a. I i 1
..Catch ...Waldrlge . J. Clara.. W. I I I 0 OGraao. rf I 0.00
...Pitch Kocker '- I Hraaa. .
uamont. ci... a I a aoairinan, in.. . w
Kruagar. ID . I 111 IHolh. r 4 111
Nanc. rf I C oHrmphlll, cf. 4 I 1 1 1
W. Clarke, lb I 1 T 1 OM'theaur. lb I I 0
Lass, 4 1 t Hot orm a. tb 4 J I I I
l hactt. p 11 oUMJtUvrt.. 1111
Curl I., p 4 (
Totals HUDU Oao4m, p. 0 I
tn. p..r.... 4 0
bavlll 14
Harvard Has Easy Time.
HARVARD, Neb.. Aug. 10 (Special Tel
egram.) Harvard defeated the Mlnden
bunch yestcrdiiy by a score of 10 to t.
The game n uninteresting. Sanderson
pitched good ball and wua well supported.
Vore: R H E.
Harvard 1 11(1111 10 12 1
Muidrn 1 01000010144
liatterlea: Adams, Mace ' and Gaarde;
Sanderson and Ui.g. Umpire: Clark.
Cat ia Heal Antlers.
The Silver Eagles defeated the Ant'
Juninrs Thursday at Tweni y-aeventh and
Blondo by the score of II to 16. The
features of the game were the catching
oX "ckluii" Ualaudur aud the batting of
Total! it 12 ! a 4
Batted for Curtis In the eighth.
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 112
Milwaukee 0 1 0 0 0
Two-base hits: Krueger 2
laniont. Sacrirtce bits: Chtvh, DoukIi
erty. Sage. Stolen bases: Hemphill,
Knabe. First bae on balls: Off Dough,
eity, 6; off Oo..dln, 1. Sm.'-k out: by
C'Ueciv. s. by trouaherly. e. Wild DlUu.
0 0 1 0-6
J. narke
(AMESI THE AMERICAN I.EAGIL
t. l.onls Shots Out Philadelphia One
to Nothing.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Aug. 10. A base on bails
to Powell. Nlles' sacrilice and Stone s two
outjgur won today's game for St. Louis, 1
to 0. Powell hud the Philadelphia baltc-it,
cumpletely at his mercy. Score:
ST. LOllS. PHILADELPHIA.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
.Nilaa, Ib I 00 Ollartael, U-..I 4101
Jonea. lb 4 1 11 0 Lord, cf 4 0 0 0 0
tttone. If 4 110 u Dai la. lb 4 1 II
Hrmpbill, rf. 4 0 I 0 Ogaybola, rf... I 110
Wallai. aa.. I 0 I I 0 Murphy. 2b... I 1110
O Urlrn, lb. . . I 2 2 4 0 hrerk, c... I 14 0 0
Koehlrr. cf... I 0 10 Ul'roaa, aa I 0 110
ll'tonnr, ..! 17 1 OLri.01. lb.... I 0 110
Powell, p 10 0 1 0Wllell, p... 1010
--Armbruit.r ,1 0
Totala..:. ..21 127 12 Oldrin(. aa...l 1 1 V
ll.udar, p... 1 0 0 0
Knight, Sb... 0 0 0 V 0
Totala II I 14 11 1
Iiutted for Lennox In eighth.
St. Louis 00100000 1
Philadelphia OOOOOOOO 0 o
io-U hits: Stone, Davis, St) bold.
Sacrifice hit: Nlles. Double plays: OBrien
to Wallace to Jones (21, Wallace to Junes,
t 'asMi-d ball: Schreck. Stolen base: Junes.
Wild pitch: Waihleil. First base on bails.
lift Powell, 2; off VVutldell, 2. Struck out:
My Powell, ; by Bender, 2; by VYaddelt. i.
Pitching record: tilt Waddell, 6 hits, 1 run,
in seven innings; off -bender, no hit, no
run, In one Inning. Left on bases. Si.
LouIm, tt Pmladeipitia, 4. Time: l;iL Um
pire; U Luughllu.
Uoaton Wine from Detroit.
DETROIT. Mich., Aug. 10. Two great
plays by Ferris, one of mem stopping De
troit from tying tlie score In tne seicnlh,
were principally responsible for Boston s
victory, 4 to 3. Dineen ws forced to te
tire at the end of the Inning named. Aiui
hrusier was injured by a luul tip and te
tired In the fourth. Burners and Kllfoyl of
Clevelund, Collins of Bonion, the Detroit
management and president Ban Johnsun
were In conference here before the game.
Score:
BOSTON. DETROIT.
U.H.O.A E. B H O.A.B.
Hardan. rf... 4 I I 0 OJoaaa. cf 4 I U
Parent. .. . .1 0 14 0 Llndaay, lb . I
ttahl. cf t 1 3 I IMtlntyre. if.
Kerrli, ib ... 4 111 Oir.alurd, rl.. 1
ttoay. If 4 1 t 0 la.Uafer. 2b..4
(.runhaw. lb I 1 11 l ouahlla. U. 4
koljiu. 0 I 111 VLoaa. aa 4 014
Armbni.tar. el 0 1 l fe.ro.. c 4 I I I
Palaraop. c... I Kiibanka, p .. I 1 I 0
Dinaau. p. ... I 0 0 0'Mulhn 1 0 0 0 0
WiDlrr, p J102
TotaU M I 17 14 I
Totala It I 17 II 1
'Batted for Eubanks In ninth.
Boston ,00301000 0-4
Detrou 10160010 0 J
Baft hits: Oh Dineen In seven Innings.
9. Two-base hits: l.iius.iy, Mclntjrc.
Threl-basc nils: Lindsay, Kerns. Sacrilice
Hit: . liadeii. fcl-il,l (J... Morgan. Stolen
ba&e: CuJil.i'ii. Fnal base on balls. l)u
, .uyct.,a, , oil uineeu, a. Left, ou bases;
Cleveland .
St. Louis .
Detroit ....
Washington
Boston
Games today:
99 69 40
96 67 39
It. 2 69 43
98 63 43
98 60 48
100 49 61
98 39 69
101 29 72
Pet.
.698
.63
.67
.662
.011
.490
.39iS
.267
Washington at Cleveland,
t'liiladelDhia at 6t. Louis, New York at
.nicugo, Boston at Detroit.
Arapahoe an Easy Winner.
ARAPAHOE, Neb.. Aug. 10.-(9peclal Tel
egram.) In today's game between Oxford
and Arapahoe, the former were clearly out
classed. In Justice to the Bertrand bat
tery, which was In the points for Oxford,
to say that tula was Its third consecutive
day's playing and as the game progressed
Hhowed the effect and Arapahoe baited out
base hits at will. Tanner had Oxford well
In hand at all times and three of the Ave
hits were scratches. Score: R.H.K.
Arapahoe 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 -ll 12 I
Oxford 0 00001000-189
Batteries: Masters and Masters; Tanner
and Schoonover. Struck out: liy Master.
5; by Tanner. 8. Wild pitches: Tanner, 1,
Hit by pitched ball: Arapahoe. 2. Bases
on balls: None. Umpire: Sadler.
111
13
0 10 0
Armonra ts. Diets Today.
The Armours and Diets Athletics will
,,lay at Diets park Saturday, August 11,
li i n. m. Following Is the line up:
uiets.
Catch
First ,
Second
Third .
Short ,
Left ..
Center
Right
Pitch ,
Pitch
ton Street park for the benefit of the new
South Omaha City hospital. The date has
not been set.
Iowa I.eaa-ae Resnlta.
MARSHALLTOWN. la.. Aug. 10.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Following are the resujts in the
lowa league:
Marshalltown, t; Oskaloosa, 1.
Keokuk, 2; Waterloo, 1
Fort Dodge, 4; Burlington, 0.
HARNESS
RACING
IN
BUFFALO
Armours.
Bohner ..
Williams
Carey ...
McMahon
Shanahan
English .
Drlscoll .
Bureah . .
Donohue
Garvess .
, Strong
Mllllken
Hall
Tracy
Inman
....Anderson
Hunter
Platner
Mathews
, Knight
Tabor Wins First Plaee.
GLEN WOOD, la.. Aug. 10. (Special Tele
gramsThe Tabor - base ball tournament
cloned yesterday with the competing teams
tlnlshlr.g In the following oroer: laoor.
n rati ; Glenwood, second; Hastings, third,
and Malvern, fourth.
Tabor has the most beautiful park In
Iowa and the event was a great success.
Games la Three-I League.
At Rock Island First game: Rock Isl
and, 4; Springfield, 1. Second game: Rock
Island. 7; Springfield. 0.
At Cedar Rapids Cedsr Rapids, 1; De
catur, t
At Bloomlngton Davenport. 1; Bloomlng-
ton, 2.
At Peoric Dubuque, t; Peoria. 0.
Baylies to Join Detroit.
DETROIT, Aug. 10. It was announced
rxiay that the Detroit base ball club has
signed Outfielder Jack Bayless of Ins Jop
lin Mo., Western association teem. Lay-
ss will Join Detroit this fall.
Wee Amonc the Hoses.
The Omaha city council has accepted a
challenge from tne sou m umana city conn
cU to play a game ( base ball at the Via
Sweet Marie Wins Free-forAU Trot
In Straight Heats.
BUFFALO, Aug. 10. Sweet Marie had lit
tle trouble In winning the free-for-all trot.
the feature of the fourth day's program at
me urana circuit meet toaay. mere was
no pooling on this event, none being willing
to buy either Snyder McGregor or Went
worth against the California mare. Sweet
Marie won In straight heats In slow time,
while Snyder McGregor won second In both
heats.
Princess Helen, a half-miler, made her
first appearance on the Grand Circuit In
the 2:21 pace, and won In straight heats.
She sold second choice In the early pools,
Moore ruling early favorite. Brilliant Girl
was sold favorite In the 1:10 trot and won
In straight heats. Fred R took the follow
ing race, the 2:17 pace. In straight heata
Summaries:
Pacing, 2:21 class, purse 11.000:
Princess Helen, b. m., by The Beau
Ideal (McDonald)...., 1 1 1
Country Boy, b. g. (Cox) 6 1 S
B. Hanlnn, b. g. (Ready) 2
Moore, b. g. (Murphy) 1 6 (
Director Joe, by. e. (Demarest) 1 1 t
Baldy, b. g. (8now) (ds
Bessie Earl. ch. m. (Geers) Ids
Hal Garvin, ro. g. (McElessy) ds
Carlisle Wilkes, br. m. (Carlisle) ds
Tommy Burns, b. g. (McCarthy) da
Time: 2:09. 2:0M. 1:11.
Trotting, 2:21 class, purse 11,000:
Brilliant Girl. b. m.. by Jajnee
(Curry) I 1 1
Oliver Moore, b. g. (Conrad) t 1 2
Ann Direct, bl. m. (Walker) I 4
Add, b. g. (Lattlmer) I
Jessie Benyon, b. g. (Benyon) 4 4 1
Billy H. b. g. (Curry) 6 t t
Direct A, b. m. (McCarthy) ds1
Time: 2:13. 112H4. 2 UV
Free-for-all trot, purse 11.600:
Sweet Marie, b. m., by McKlnney, dam
by Lady Rivers (McDonald) 1 1 1
Snyder McGregor, ch. g , (Hogan)....! 1 1
Wentworth, blk. g . (MeCargo) 1 I 1
Time: MO, 2:08. 1:09 "4.
Pacing, 1:11 class; purse, H,00:
Fred R, b. h.. by Bobby Burns, (U
Murphy) J 1
Hidalgo, b. g. (Demarest) I I 1
Taswell Boy, br. h.. (Thomaa) 1 4
Common Voter, b. (Cox) 4 1 4
Ella Purcell, b. m., (Valentine) 6 1 1
Allan-A-Dale, b. h . (Rogers) 6 t
Miss Gay. gr. m.. (McDonald) d
Time! 1:09. MMk, M
NEW PACING MARK AT TKKAMAll
Fastest Three Coneeeatlre Heate la
the State.
TFKAMAH. Neb.. Aug. 10 The best race
meeting that has ever been held In eastern
Nebraska closed here today. A light rain
on the morning of the first day put the
track In excellent condition. The fastest
four consecutive heate that has ever been
paced In Nebraska was paean in tne i iu
today. 1:09 being the fastest and 1:13
the slowest. Most of the horses will leave
here tomorrow for Wayne. Neb.
A number from Omaha ana nouin yratnt
earn nn todav on the afternoon train.
Starter Olllls deserves a great aeai oi
credit for the satisfactory manner In
which he performed bis dutlee.
f-10 rjare:
Castlewood. ch. . (Geo. J.Thomas) 1111
Orphan Boy. b. h. (O. C. Anderson) 4 114
Fred it. Dr. g. trrea twnarn a a a
C. F. W.. b. h. (M J. Sullivan).. 14 4 1
Time: 1:09. I II. 1:13, 1:13.
2:22 trot:
Silver Russell, a. ra. (W. B. Mc-
CiM-mlck 1111
Mesmerism, b. h. (Hal Bennett).... till
Reaella. b. m. (L. D. Hlmstreet).... 4 4 4 1
T. C. B., b. g. (George J. Thomas) 1114
Time: 1 22. 1 22. 1 22. 1 21.
1-year old trot:
Red Cross, b. h. (J. M. Henry) I 1 1
King Bee, bl. g t 1 2
Miss Hamilton, b. m. (E. P. Ham
ilton) Ill
Time: 2 34. 2 !?.. 2.27.
Half mile running, consolation race: Fox
E. 1; Teddy. 1; Let Me Go, a. Time: 0:63.
Marin at Mtkilar City.
WEBSTER CITY. la. Aug, 10.-Spclal
Tlegrarn.-The results of the second eay s
rr
raclna of the Greater Oder'Velley Circuit
race meet In this city today was aa follows:
1:11 trot. Puree, MtO: Kerrerl nrst, Mr.
Dooley second, Margaret P third; best
time. 2:2.
1:18 pace. Purse. Mm. ' Billy -M nrst,
Saxey second. King All third; best time,
2:11.
EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TRACKS
Raveaa Makes a New Track Record
for Six Fnrlongs at Saratoga.
SARATOGA. N. Y., Aug. 10 The sur
prise of the day at Saratoga was the de
feat 01 rl. A.- ttainey s jjo.uuu rou, norm e
E In the third race. He picked up Hi
pounds and while conceding weight to his
Held, was made a 1 to 1 favorite. He led
for half a mile, when Convllle came with
a rush and won. Purslane was second
and Horace E. third. Ravena, favorltn,
In winning the first race, made a new
track record for six furlongs by running
the distance In 1:12 flat, which Is one
fifth of a second faster than the beit
previous time, made In 1101. Four fav
orites won. Results:
First race, six furlongs: Ravena won,
Bohemia aetond, Bertha E. third. , Time;
1:11.
Second race, selling, one mile: Tipping
won, Sir Russell second, Waterdog thirl
Time: 1:19.
Third race, five and a hold furlongs:
Convllle won. Purslane second, Horace B.
third. Time: 1:06.
Fourth race, one mile: Klanesha won.
Johnstown second, Entree third. . Ttmo;
1:190.
Fifth race, selling, mile and three-sixteenths:
Runnels won. Lancastrian sec
ond. Sonoma Belle third. Time: 0:69H
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs:
selling: Revenue won, Anna May secon.L
Flshhawk third. Time: 1:08.
CINCINNATI. Aug. 10. Five favorite
won at Latonla today. Results:
First race, five furlongs: Helmuth won.
Hereafter second. Princess Merle third.
Time: 1:02.
Second race, six furlongs; Frank Bill
won. Lidwina , second, Fugurtha third.
Time: 1:14.
Third race, seven furlongs: Meadow
Breese won. Miss Doyle second, Alma De
four third. Time: 1:17.
Fourth race, handicap steeplechase,
short course: Profitable won. 6ubsdor sec
ond, Jim Tyrrell third. Time: 3:00.
Fifth race, seven furlongs: Slxshooter
won. Intense second, Scotch Dance third.
Time: 1:28.
Sixth race, six furlongs: Mansard won.
Potter second. Mum third. Time: 1:14.
Seventh race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Coruscate won, Oranada second, Cap'aln
Bush third. Time: l;t.
GREAT WESTERN CIRCUIT RACES
Tommy Test Wine the Si!) Faea at
Deeatsr, 111.
DECATUR. III.. Aug. 10. With the track
In the best condition of the week, the racing
was of a high order, the 2:11 clam pacing
being the big event of the week. Results:
Three-year-old trot, unfinished from yes
terday: Governor Francis won the fits!
two heats and race In 2 24 and 1:21.
1:20 class trot. unflnleVied from yesterday:
Charles Belden took the prst heat and
Early Alive won tne second and the race la
'12' class, pace, purse 11.600. Don Elmo
took the first two heats In 2:08 for eeven
h.at. Tommy Teg the next three heate
and race In 210. 211 and 1:14. The
Dona. Red Ribbon, Judge Lease, McKee
Mac, Norvalls. Charles Wilton, Rex Ro
and Rodney Wilkes started. -
2:17 clsss trot, purse Il.nrtO: Flea nor won
first third and fourth heats. Time: 1:14,
I'll. 112. Levetie took the second heal
In 2 12. Cssotte, Dr. M , Albert H., Bab
rook. Thomas M. and Nora Bartley also
"Three-year-old pa". purse 1600: IMse
Castle won In straight heata. Time: 2:1V.
; 1, 2:ltv. Jay Mlllte. Jolly Girl. Laura
Fay, Le baron and Donrock also started.
110 elnss trotting, purse 6U); Dixon won
In straight heats. Time: 1:12. 2 l?.
1 16 Dr. Frasse, Pat Lord and Misty
nan also started.
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29. via the Nickel Plate road, with return
limit of September 4, leaving New York
City. Three train dally, with modern
equipment. Individual club meals, ranging
In price from 26 cent to 11.00; also a la
cart and midday luncheon. 60 centa. served
In Nickel Piste dining cars. Call on or
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140. 101 Adam sut, Chicago,