Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 24, 1907, Page 5, Image 5

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i IVlP. Sale of Picliirn nnd piiiM N vi Mnnrlv I
Picture Frames New Arrivals in Rosewood and Maple
nismarck," a straight 6c Cigar
8 for
- TB I "I I - l , yy yy,,,
Finest Service and Menu in
Omaha Popular Prices
Sporting Goods Department
2rt IYr Cent IHcount on any llm-s
mork In the houso Nat unlay to
clove out. Ila-mrnt.
Teddy Bear Special
Kox of 60 81.50
El Afecto." a high grade 10c Cigar, 5tt "
straight; box of 25
Pyrography Bargains
The gcnnl'i Impnrtod Hoar, carh fe
with toUt, sprvlal Hatur- "IMP
day, mrh , CJlt,
Glovo Box, Jewel Box,
Work Box, regular OQp
70c combination, at.wvv
Soe the best Coaster
Wagon made, the Wa
bash, large and strong
on sale A nn
Saturday. ... tlO
The Exer Ketch Hand Car,
the strongest, easiest run
ning and best made, 5.00
twenty others a aa
to select from, JL lx
at. ii n from VVV
Rose designed hnnd
kcrcliicf box, will go
in ppeeial sale,
for odL
Circular Prnctieo Pan
els, regular ten cents
value, will go
Saturday at .
Best oracle Fruit Jar Rubbers, thick
sale Saturday, per dozen
Bennett's Big
Regular $23.60 Gas
Ranges, with high broil
eri special . . .810.85
Regular $25.60 Gas
Ranges, with high broil
er, special .,.821.65
Regular $14.60 Gas
Ranges, with high broil
er and oven, 812.00
1 burner Gasoline Stove,
$1.98 value, .. .81.00
1 turner Gasoline Oven,
special 8145
2 burner Gasoline Oven,
special .... ...81.65
Spring Ducks, per pound . . . . 12 4
Spring Chickens, pound ..... IQH g
Lamb Legs, per pound.. OH 4
Porterhouse Steak, pound .. 12 H
Rib Roast, all .bones out, lb..10
Pot -Roast, per , pound . 7 and 5g
Boiling Beef, 10 pounds for , . 25
Leaf Lard, 10 pounds for. . . .81.00
Morrill's Iowa Pride Hams, per pound . 17H
And 30 green trading stamps
Swift's Premium Hams, per pound
And 30 green trading
Cudahy's Rex -Bacon, per pound
OMAHA smothered BY SIOUX
Both Thompson and Sander Are
Batted Hard and Often.
Addition Thvr Put V a Listless
Game Which Netted Them Nothing-
While Sloax Score
Eleven Times.
SIOU CITT, Io., Aug. 23. Davoy Wil
liams was a riddle to Omaha this after
noon, and by hammering both Sanders
god Thompson Sioux City took the sec
ond game of the series, 11 to 0. Outside
of the riard flitting of the Sioux In the
first ant eighth Innings, there were no
features. Oonding split two Angers on his
band, but plucklly continued in the game.
Omaha played without ginger during the
'attire game, being lifeless both at bat
and in the field. Johnny Fisher, Sioux
City's new pitcher, who is filling at third
base., pulled off several sensational fielding
stunts. Score:
' sroux citt.
AB. R. H. PO.
t ampoeii, rr 4
Nance, If 4 2 2 0
Weed. Ib , 4 2 12
Nobllt, cf , 4 0 14
Slattery. o 5 117
Hart, lb I 0 3
Fisher, 3b ..4 1 1' 1
(iran villa, sa 4 0 10
Williams. B 3 2 11
- Totals ..86 II 13 27
AB. R,
0 1
Belden. rf 4 0
Uondtng'. lb-c 4 0
Dolan, ss 3 0 2 2
Austin. -3b 3 0 14
Graham, 2b 4 0 1 2
Autrey, If 3 0 0 1
lBrand, c-lb 4 0 0 5
Welch, cf 8 0 V 8
Banders, p ...1 0 0 0
Thompson, p 2 0 0 0
Totals 81 0 24
Bioux City . 8 2 0 0 1 0 0 6 11
Omaha 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-tse hits: Nance (2), Nobllt. Fisher,
Dolan, Graham. Sacrifice hits: Nobllt, Wil
liams. Hioieu base: Weed. Double play:
Campbell and liari. Hits: Oft Sanders, i
in one and one-third innings; off Thomp
son 8 In soven and two-lhlrda innings,
ttuses on bulls: Oft Sanders, 1; off Thomp
son, 2; oft Williams. 2. Left on bass:
Sioux City, ; Omaha. 8. Struck out:
By Thompson, 8; by Wllllame, 5. Pasaed.
ball: Loiiiand. lilt by pitched ball: Wed,
Austin, Autrey. Time: 1:6a. Lmplre:
11 re 11 nan. Attendance: 1.S00.
Des Moines Jumps oa Dohannon.
D1C8 JAOINES. Aug. 23.wporer settled
down in the third inning and held the vis
itors, wll while Des Moines, after being
unubla ro ' find Pal Bohannon for five In
nings, landed upon liim In tne sixth and
tleit thi score, winning in the eighth by a
score of 6 to 3. Wheeler opened the gams
for Des Moines, and his namesake's single.
Cascade's sccrlnce and White's ou. 1 buss
tu lAiiterborn and Doll's single scored two
runs. Biorr replaced Wheeler and al
lowed singles by McDonougn and A. Ad
ams in the fourth, which, coupled with a
!) on balls, gave Ivnver one more run.
Bases on balls to Hogrlevcr and McLaugh
lin were followed in the sixth with singles
by Yeaor and Dexter and a two-base hit
by Uociinaur, that netted three runs. Two
utore era added in tho eighth, when An
dreas singled and stole secuud and scored
on Sporer s single, tforer went to second
on the play and scored on Wilson s single,
AB. It II. PO. A. K.
Wllaon, rf 4 0 2 1 0 0
llrl,r. If t U o 1 0 V
ltiigr'.ever. Jb 3 1116 0
M 'iJl'lf J.n, cf ,.3 1110
Wager.- 4 1-14 10
Dexter, lb 4 0 1 IS 0 0
Ajidreas, 20 3 1114 0
ihchnaur, sa 41310
Beautiful thin Ger
man China set,
pretty rosebud dec
oration, a $20 val
ue, in 1
this sale. . . I
Three patterns, 100
pieces, worth up to
$12, that will be
closed 98
out at Ol
Beautiful thin blown Table Tumblers,, regular
60c a dozen, on sale Saturday, 6 for ...181
Handsome Cut Glass Bon Bons, In 6-inch size,
very good cuttings, regular $1.75 and $2, Sat
urday, each J)8
Jelly Tumblers, with tin lids, on sale Saturday,
each, lc; per dozen 12
elastic rubbers, regular 10c per dozen,
Tin Tomato Cans, with
overs, per dozen . .45
Sealing Wax, lb. . -lOt
Brush and Comb Case,
hand painted, extra nice,
imported 18i
Whisk Broom Holders, hand
painted, Imported .... ISO
Carpet Beaters, 13o, ISO, SSo
And 20 Oreen Trading
Stamp with each.
21 lb. Japaned Sugar Cans,
special 890
Qood House Paint, per
gallon 980
Beet quality Paint, per
gallon SI. 30
Double Oreen Trading
tamps oa all Valats and
Oils, Seturaay.
aaa aval am
with each ham.
16 H 4
Wheeler, p..!. 0
Sporer, p 4
31 t
AB. R.
t 27 15,
H. PO.
, 0
Wheeler, es
Cassady, If......
White, lb
McHale, cf......
Lauterborn, 2b.
Doll. 3b
McDonough, c.
Bohannon, N p....
R. Adams, rf...
2 1
....... 4
Des Moines ....
Denver ,
Earned runs:
S 8
10 2
2 -6
0 0-3
0 0
3 0
0 0 0
0 10
3 0
0 0
Des Moines, 2;
Denver, 2.
Two-base hits:
Bases on balls: Off Bohannon, ; oft
wneeler, 1; oft Sporer, 1. Left on tasea:
Des Moines, 8; Denver, 8. Wild pitches:
Wheeler, Bohannon. Struck out: By
Sporer, 4; by Bohannon, 7. Stolen bases:
Andreas (2). Double play: Doll to White.
Sacrifice hits: Cassady, McHale. Time:
2:05. Umpire: Haskell. Attendance: 800.
Hooslera Defeat the Bllllera and Dl.
tillers the Saints.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 23.-Results in the
American association:
At Minneapolis R.II.E.
Indianapolis 5 4 8
Minneapolis 4 10 1
Ten innings.
At St. Paul R.IT.E.
Louisville 8 U 7
St. laul 2 8 4
At Milwaukee R.H.E.
7 1
g 13 0
At Kansas City-
Kansas City
4 0 1
6 13 2
Waahlnarton Wins from Detroit an-1
tktcaao from New York.
CHICAGO, Aug. 23. American league re
sults: At Detroit R.H.E.
Washington 3 12 1
Detroit 1 5 4
At St. Louis It. H E.
Philadelphia 16 3
St. Louis 0 4 1
At Chicago R.H.E.
New York.
.. 0 4 0
At Cleveland
Boston Cleveland
. . v
Reds Win ' from tnakers and Cabs
from Beaneatera.
NEW TORK. Aug. 23. National league
At ' Philadelphia
Cincinnati Philadelphia jl...
A t Boston
Chicago Boston
lo )4 3
.Ji (i 13 1
H 4
2 7 2
Two Games at Cambridge.
CAMBRIDGE. Neb Aug. 23. (Special.)
In yesterday's games of the tournament
Iudiunola defeated Wllaoiiville by a wlCj
margin and Cambridge defeated MoCook in
a fast and well-played game. Scores.
Wllm.nvllle 0000000 x 31
Indianola 2000042 A 14
Batteries: Indianola, Adami and M I r;
Wllsonvllle, McMurrin snd Warner. Hits
Indianola, 11; Wllcnvllle, 1 Struck out:
Pv Ailama. 6; by McMurrin, a. Umpire:
McCook ...-.. 000001 00 01
Csmhrldge 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3
Batteries: McCook. Sheffle and Ling;
Cambridge. Ward and Ossrdn. Hits: Mc
Cook. : Camtirlilr. 4. Struck out: By
Sheffle, 2; bv Ward. T.
Fraaklta la Shot Oat.
FRANKLIN. Neb.. Aug. 23 -tpeclal.-The
Kensington, Kan., team defeated the
local team here today In a fast and inter
esting game by the score of 1 10 0. Clerg
li s Havrlock- pitcher, started to do the
rlfhlng for Franklin, but dislocated his
ahnulriVr in the fourth inning nnd was
relieved by Bennett, a southpaw from
Omaha, who held the Kensington sluggers
to oite hit. The features of the game was
the cstci-.lng of Bonner snd the hitting of
Bennett and Leach's playing at second for
150 Dozen Men's Fine Negligee
Shirts, beautiful assortment of col
ors and patterns, also including
blues and tan chambray. Values
up to $1 and $1.25, n C
Saturday DZC
150 Dozen Men's Fine Negligee
Shirts, plain or pleated, mostly cut
coat style, cuffs attached or de
tached, all the latest patterns and
effects, values u pto n
$2, Saturday OZfC
Every one of our Men's Spring and' Summer Suits in dark-mediums
or light color worsted, or cheviot and our fine blue serges go in this
sale, nothing reserved. Everything goes at these prices.
Sink nn in A
w MJg IV
go al
Suits up to
go at 1
Suits up to
go at
Franklin. Franklin got three hits and
Kensington two. Batteries: Frsnklin. Clegg,
Bennett and Bonner; Kensington, Peterson
and Davidson. Umpire: Houchln of Omaha.
Qalncy Takes Both Games of Doable
Header ' from Marahalltown.
MARSHALLTOWN, la., Aug. 22. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Following are the results
In the Iowa league:
At Qulncy, first game R. H. E.
Qulncy 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 7 1 1
Marahalltown. .0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 03 8 6
Batteries: Bennett and Walsh, Havll
and Burns.
second game
Qulncy 0 0 0 1' 1 0 1
Marahalltown. 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
R. H. E.
-3 2 8
0-2 8 3
Batteries: Rause and .Tameann Vent a nA
At Ottumwa R. H. E.
Keokuk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 5 0
Ottumwa 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 1
Batteries: Fleming and Welgart. Spencer
and Williams.
At Odkaloosa ' R. H. El
Oskaloosu ....0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 5 7 4
Burlington ....0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 03 6 2
Batteries: Schaff. Mitxe and Moody; Mc
Millan and Bruggeman.
At Jacksonville R. H. E.
Jacksonville ..0 2 0 1 0 4 0 0 7 11 1
Waterloo 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 4 1
Katterles: Townsend and Patrick; Searles,
Gasper and Walm.
Oxford Takes Two Games.
OXFORD, Neb., Aug. 23. (Speclal.)-Ox-ford
fast team defeated Lebanon In an
interesting game today by a score of 7 to 0.
Tho feature of the game was Beltser'a
1 shortstop playing and the heavy hitting
; of Schoonover. Oxford has played twenty-
I eight games this season, winning twenty-
I two or mem. They now hsve the fastest
tesm in southwestern Nebraska. Score:
R H E.
1 Oxford 1 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 -7 12 2
j Lebanon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 3
Hits: Oxford, 12; Lebanon, 3. Batteries
Oxford, Owen, Harris and Schoonover; Le
banon, Weatherway and Oummln.
1-ehsnon played a better game the sec
ond day, holding Oxford to six runs and
annex'ng live lor themselves. Score:
R H.E.
Oxford 0 12 0 12 0
I Lebanon 0 1 2 0 1 1 0
0 - 8 2
0 0-5 6 3
I Batteries: Lebanon, Hlnton and Cum
jmlns; Oxford, Salene, Bramble and f-'choon-
Haskell Indiana Defeated by Sidney.
S1DNKV. Neb.. Aug. IT (Special. 1 The
most interesting game of ball played here ;
this season was pluyed Wef-nrsilay, re- !
suiting in the dcreat or the Indians by
score of 7 to 4.
.W. Rodman
...J. Rodman
I 1 wer nee...
. Catch...
Hftlrd ,
Levi Duepln.
... Pitch...,
... Phr.rt...
... First....
... Second..
... Left
... P.'rht...
It. Pettit
.... Kehr
.0 0 0
. a a - . -
'.'.'.'.1 0 0 0 0 0 1' 0 24
Krrors: Brown. 1: Balrd. 1: Diienln .
Reed. Z. Hits: Brown, 3; W. Rodman, 1;
Curt:s. t: Kleersie, 2; Pettit, 3; Kehr. 2.
J. Rodman, 2; pr.lrd, 1; Duepln, 2: Hill. 2;
Heed. 1; Felix. 1; Field. 1.
Stanton Wins In Eleventh.
STANTON. la.. Aug. 23 -fSpeclsl ) -The
Stanton base bull team defeated the Red
k etars in one of the fat t games that
s ever seen on the local grounds by a
scote of 5 to 4 In eleven Innings. The ra.
tures of the game were Thill's catch snd
isewquist s tiaitmg. tscor: ii. H B
Stanton ..021001000 1 i 11 5
Had Oak.. 00030 ) i 0 0 04 12 8
Batteries: Stanton, Mollenhnff and San
deen; Bed Oak, Dusty and Taylor. Earned
runs: Stanton, 2; Red Oak, 2. Two-bate
hit: E. Molletihon. Struck out: By Mullen
hoff, 12; by Dusty, 7. First base en balls:
Off Mollenhoff, 1; off Dusty, 2. IWt on
bnses: Stanton, 8; Red Oak, . Time: 1:46.
Umpire: Vetter. ,
Do Awar with Toarnament.
SIOUX FALI.S. S. D., Aug. 23 (Special.)
The base ball tournament which was to
have been held In Sioux Falls during ths
fsll festival, which is scheduled hers for
next month, has been called off as the re
sult of a meeting of the general commit
tee and subcommittees which hsve charge
at the im itl arnuiglng or the festival
Men stale
and Early
Boy's Long Trouser
Suits up to $8.50, go at
Boy's $5 & $4 Knick
erbocker Suits, go at
Boy's $3.50 Knicker-
itiArivn and Knee
Trouser Suits, at
iTemier Event of Middle West Tour
ney Comet Today.
The Omaha Boys, Potter and McCou
nell, Play Splendid Game, bat
Lose In Finals to Sea
soned Players.
Tennis fans are now waiting for the
championship round in singles at the Mid
dle West tournament between Walter T.
Hayes of Toledo, la., holder of the title,
and Charles 8. Peters of Chicago, winner
of the tournament. The match will bo
played this afternoon at 8 o'clock and seats
on the porches and lawns at the Field club
will be at a premium.
The principal match Friday afternoon
was the finals In the championship doubles
between Hayes and Peters and the two
Omaha boys. Cub Potter and Lyman Mc
Conneil. The Omahans had played a
splendid game the day before, when they
forced Young and Caldwell to bite the dust
and their friends were looking for them
to make a good showing against the cracks
from the east. Nor were they disappointed
on that score, although the locals were out
classed by the older and more skilful
players. Potter and McConnell .both
evinced considerable skill, but they
no match for the classier Diavers. who
... .u. w. ....
couru place the ball out of their reach
often enough to win. The crowd was more
Interested In watching the work of the
two cracks who were playing torether and
I trvlnfl In fltrtii-n .M.i 4. . ... . 1. 1 . 1 1
i " ' " 7 ' ' "mv
tne rtest of the argument when they meet
this afternoon. Neither had to extend him
self very perceptibly and it was hard to
get a line on which was In the best form.
HjM.n-.--l of "..-.-
.nieee iwo, r-eters snd Hayes, met last
we;k at Sioux City and In tho fifth round
Hayes had to forfeit to Peters because his
wrist gave out and swelled. Hayes had a
good excuse, however, as he had played
an exceptionally hard match of chamnlon-
I b,P doubles in the morning. This is the
third year tournament at tennis for Hayes,
i " Mu flrnt tournm?nt wa, .hen he cm
! to Omaha three years ago and won. His
i r'cord ,hat ",r remarkable, as he
entered In rn,,. ..... .
1 ... ,uuiii.iiipni ana .'nn ihM,
i '"eluding Des Moines, Sioux City and
The scores:
First set-
Haves ard Peters.
McConnell and Potter.!!
Second set
Hayes snd Peters
McConnell and Totter '
Tt,frI .
4 4 6 7 4 4 6-SS-6
113 8 0 2 3-16 i
5 4 4 4 2 4 29-
3 0 4 1 2 4 1-15-1
Hayes snd Peters
McConnell and PnYrer"
3 4 4 0 4 4 7 4-SO-6
1 2 2 4 1 2 6 !-
III fh n.LAnnl. I.. ' ' "
I "-o in me 1 irenoon Peters
(and- Hayes proved themselves to h
too strong a tesm for Scrlbner and Blather-
wicx and beat them In
strsleht set. .1
, l , , ... '
""'"" "er on nine games in the In the 2:35 trot, purse .iu. Iicelle, a
three sets. Scrlbner played some remark Corning horse, won, with Miss Blaney aec
ahle tennis, while Blathermlek V ond ,nd BIU Klley ,hlrd Best time: 8:26.
con.lder.M. n. l. seemed to be ln the 216 pace, purse J00, Teddy M won.
considerably off h!s game. The final scores Prince H was second and Joe K third,
were 6-4, 6-8, -!. Best time: 2:23,.
Seml-finnls ,r,e hsif-nille dash, purse oi Ixnox
Hsves end Peters 1 i t r 1 1 a 1 1 a ,a . won- w,th Bob K second and Billy M third.
Blnth w k Scrlbii'er'i 1 0 4 J fl J i t"fc5 Time: 0:62.
Second get- 10 4 4 0 3 4 0-254 j i the bsse ball game Vlllisca won from
Have A Peters ii,..,, . . Corning, to 2. Coming's errors made tt
BUth'w'w 8crlbner'.;:!'.4 1 6 3 3 1 4 Zut I e"ty iOT XmK
1'avea g- Peter 4 4 4 4 x 4 6 4-SV-6 I Raeee fer Haw Heeralts.
Biath w '- SrHhn.-. .1 4 9 ff ft 1 3 j 273 ATLANTIC, la., Aug tt. -(Special.) In
entertain the Visitors.
. An enjoyable automobile rid. was given f""" bjr ,,nV h ''
u"m,oou M rvenlm, merchant ot Atlantic tav. subscribed
CAnM fl
Saturday we show some chic advance
Fall styles Following brands in both Stiff
and Soft Hats:
The La Crosse . .' 81.50
The Lamont 52.00
The Kingston 82.50
The Ben.nct Special 83.00
Stiff, $3.80 and 85.00
Soft, 8)8.50 to 87.50
23 Dozen Men's Fine Soft Hats, in black,
pearl, tan, brown and nutria, values up
to $3.00 81.50
Choice of any Man's Straw Hat in the
hows 25
Thursday night to the visiting tennis men.
The ride included a trip to Florence, the
Country club, the Happy Hollow club and
other points of Interest. A mock marriage
at the Happy Hollow club helped to furnish
fun and amusement.
the tennis men are all looking forward
to tho banquet which will be given at the
Field club' this evening to the visiting ten
nis players. This banquet has become an
annual affair and Is one of the most en
joyable occasions of the week. Ben T.
White, president of the Field club, will act
as toastmaster and plates will be laid for
Sweet and Dosh defeated C. Potter and
Koch. 6-4, 0-1.
Moore and Faust defeated Cannon
el liner, C-0, D-7, 6-1
Sweet and Dosh defeated
Faust, 8-4, 6-0.
Moore and
Third round: '
Readlnger defeated Donaldson. 6-2. 7-5
Koch defeated Rasmussen, 6-0, 6-4.
Koch defeated Readlnger, 6-4, 6-4
rftorVn''1 H"V defeated Blatherwlck
and Scrlbner, 6-4, 6-3, C-2.
Hayes and Peters beat McConnell
Potter, 6-1. 6-1, 6-2.
In a practice mntch on the association
'" " nigm ire Aieis uros. tea
two ffamea frnm tht. U'at. ri... . ,.
m won
hv ,17 . i V,.i.' 'r,'."Z"11.
: mi Inillvlrinal tni.i. ni, ui ...j '
!Mi.. ;r. ::,,,i'n,,,nK"'
- rip h nn. oi'ure:
1st. 2d
Frltpcher .
Cochran .
Conrad ...
Weber ...
. l'
. 172
. m
. 133
. 162
m 93
: Lucos
K7 862 r4 2.R92
Ball Toarnameot at Underwood.
QUICK, la., Aug. 23. (Special.) Yester
day was the opening day pf the baie hall
tournament at Underwood and four of the
fastest teams In, southwestern Iowa aro
contesting for honors. Results of the dsy:
Quick 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 4 7 a
Niola 000103000381
Batteries: Quick. Kogatts and Clair:
Neola, Stcnhanv and IMifr.
In the second game Underwood defeated
nm turai-nuBiieia ui council liiuns oy a
core ot i 10 o.
On tho second dav the Underwood team
proved easy for Quick. Score: R H K.
Quick 2uO0O104 782
Underwood .. .00101010 1 461
Batteries: Quick. Dorn and Clair; Under
wood, Nelson and Kennedy.
In the second gsme Neola defeated the
Ideal-Hustlers by a score of 7 to 6.
Close of Coralna Fair.
CORNING. la.. Aug. 23.-(Sneclal )The
"'""-.", --r. ""'.."'.'I J',
iicbi aim imii m gmiu aiienillince.
I aoouion to ins excellent speed program
1 mw&am
198 J J
Clean up sale of Wo
men's Oxfords, about
Women's W hite Can
vass Oxfords, small
sizes, . J to 4, val
200 pairs, values up
ues up to
long as
they last
Clean-up sale of Children's Slippers, rn
values tip to $1.75, Saturday only. . JUC
Clean-up sale of W. L. Douglas $3.00
to $3.50 shoes, about 100 pair
Union made shoes for men, largest line
retailing at $3.00, $3.60. $4,00 and $5.00.
Bennett's Capitol Flour,
Ser sack 11.40
green trading etmp
Bennett's Beet Coffee, t
pounds for tl.00
1j0 (rrfon trading etanips.
Bennett's Best Coffee, per
pound 36c
30 green trading stamps
Tea. B. P. Japan, Oolong,
ttunpowder, K n g 1 I s h
Breakfast, per lb.... 68c
60 green trading stamp.
Bennett's Capitol
Baking Powder,
pound can... 24c
And SO green trad
ing stamps.
Egg-O-See, four
packages .... 25c
Cnocolatlna, can.fcc
Corn Starch. lb.
pkg 4c
Potato Chips, per
pound 20c
One half lb.... 10c
Bpcclal Pickling
and Pura Cider
per gallon
20 green trading
New York Full
Cheese, pound
10 green trading
Hand Cheese
Dates, worth 10c,
3260 In cash to be paid In purses for three
running races on September 24, 26 and 23,
at the Cass County fair. There Is no en
trance fee, and only farm horses, owned
outside Incorporated towns, and who have
never been run on a race track are e ligible.
After a horse has won one race, he cannot
run again. There will be four purses in
each race.
J. C. Gore Wins the fteneea Selling;
Stakes at Saratoga.
SARATOGA, N. Y., Aug. 23 On a slow
track J. C. Core, the even money favorite,
won tho Seneca selling stakes, clx furlongs,
here today. He whs receding favorite.
Don Enrique, a 20 to 1 shot, was the esrly
pacemaker, but In the stretch J. C. Core
came strong and won by three lengths.
After Mark Antony had finished first In
the first raco Henry, on Sir Toddingtor.
made, a claim of foul against Swain, on
Mark Antony II, and after a short de
liberation the stewards disqualified Mark
Antony II. Results:
First race, S-year-olds and up, selling,
seven furlongs: Sir Toddlngton (104, Henry,
7 to 6) win, Security (H7, Beckman, 4 to
5 second. Eastend (1(6, E. Dugan, 8 to 1)
third. Mark Antony II finished first, but
was disqualified for fouling.
Second race, steeplechase, handicap. 4-year-olds
and up, two and a half miles:
Rocks (143, Archibald, even) won, Garrett
(150, Ray, 2 to 6) second. Time: 6:2k.
Sandalwood fell. Three starters.
Third race, 2-year-olds, selling, five and
a half furlongs: Martha Jane 9i, G. Burns,
7 to 1) won, Thomas Calhoun (08, Notter,
S to 6) second, Miss Catesby (97, Brussell,
26 to 1) third. Time; 1:10.
FourMi rsce, the Seneca stakes, selling,
8-year-oliis, six furlongs: J. C. Core (Kio.
Miller, even) won, Don Enrloue (OS, Beck
man, 7 to 1) second, Aletheuo (91. E. Dugan,
3 to 6) third. Time: 1:HH-
Fifth race, mares of all sges. handicap,
one mile: Zlenap (119, E. Dugan. 2 to I)
1 won, Clare Bunnell (r, lwe, out to placet
second, Keawall (K7, Goldstein, out) third.
Time: 1:44.
8ixth race, maiden 2-year-olds, six fur
longs: Miss Delaney (102, Brussell, 16 to 6)
won, C. J. Cella (106, McDanlol, 6 to 6)
second, Darknight (102, Sandy, 10 to 1)
third. Time: 1:17.
EMPIRE CITY, N. Y.. Aug. 23,-Results:
First race, 2-year-olds, selling, five and
a half furlongs: Hollow (110. J. Iee, 4 to
6) won. Silver Cup (1(2, W Olt, 15 to 1)
second, Lavatrlna (H2. Llebert, 4 to 10)
third. Time: 1:0"V. Eleanor Fay stumbled
and feli about llu yards from tha finish
and Coincident fell over her. Jockevs
Musgrave and L' "-Williams were badly
shaken up, but not seriously Injured.
Second race. 8-year-olds and up, selling,
about six furlongs: Ciolsteress (104, Shill
ing. 2 to 1) won, Goldproof (113, Preston.
6 to 6,1 second. Royal Onyx (1U1, Leibert.
to 1) third. Time:
Third raco, 4-year-olds and up, one mile:
Escutcheon (104. Hilling. to 1 won.
Bredent (W. Preston. 11 to 6) second,
Usury (115, Crymmlns, 16 to 1) third. Time:
Fourth race, the Melrose handicap. 8-year-oMs
and up, one mile and 10) yards:
Polly Prim (1M, Preston, 7 to 1) won.
Carthage (111, C. Toeker.'.7 to 6) second.
Orphan Lad (106. Musgrave) third. Time:
Fifth race, 2-year-olds, about six fur
longs: Colbob 4117, J. Lee, 'l to li won.
Manh'eimer (114, 1-iggins. IS to
0) second.
10) third.
Aristotle I l'J'J,
Morris, 6 to
Time: l:fl(rH.
Sixth race. S-year-olds and up. selling,
one mile and a sixteenth: Confessor (I'll,
Musgiavo, 7 to 2i won. Minos ('.. Preston,
10 to 1) second, Princess Orna (96. W. Ctt,
8 to Vl third. Time: l:4dS.
Spqrtlua: Gossip.
Comiakey lias secured two new player J I
from the .New Orleans team, jaae All ana.
Moxle Manuel.
Duekv. it is said, will get a new prea i
agent fur next year. The one he now ha
cut .11 u-,
A benefit base ball game for Bug
unj, inn ucii' ( 111 niu v-1111 unlaw nm,
will be given September 6.
Pa Rourke la scouting esrly for some
material for next years team, realising
that seversl players of a pennant winning
team will be wanted by some of the big
league clubs.
Iktwll has IxH-.glit a half Interest in the
WichJta bsse tall team, John Holland of
Wichita owning the other iinlf. The pries
paid for the toam was said to be 16,fw). 1
Joe Cantlllon is still scooting around ths
country looking for material to strengthen
! that of Algl. McBrlde shoru op of Th.
J Kansas City team and well kbowa in
ins Washington team. His latest purchsse
At End f - Seaten PRICES
12.50, as
In Omaha,
Bennett's Big Grocery
"B..t We Have" Baked
Beans, two rans 2 So
10 green trading- stamps.
Sheet Oolatlne, special, per
pound 8 Do
Mans Olives, bottle. .. .2!io
10 green trading stamp.
Peanut Butter, 2 jars... 20c
10 green trading stamp. -Old
Dutch Cleanser, three
rans for 2nu
10 green trading stamps
Castile Toilet Soap,
six rakes. ...ita
And 10 green trad
ing stamps.
Dunbar' bhrlmps.
per can 20c.
And 20 green trad
ing stamps.
Threo Star Corn,
three cans...2Fc
And 10 green trad
ing stamps.
Booths Hweet Po
tatoes, can. . . 10c
And 10 green trad
Ing stamps.
2 Vie
Hnarman's Malt Vinegar,
quart bottle 20o
10 green trading stamps.
Wircetcr Table Halt, 2
sacks for 10c
10 green trading stamps.
Batavia Corn Sturch, two
packages IGo
10 gren trading stamps.
Large quantity of ripe Juicy (Sweetheart) Water Melons,
on Ice, each 200
CAJTDT SSFABT1CX1TT Orocory Section.
Chocolate Bon Bons. assorted, per pound box 280
20 green trading stamps.
per pound only
Omaha from the years he spent on the St.
Josepii and lienver teams. He gives Nig
Perrlne and Milan for McBrlde. Nig Went
from Kansas City to Washington, didn't
. ,Z
Pa. Rourkc's action in getting armther,
man to give Joe Dolan a rest Is being gen
erally applauded by the fans. Dolan has
ftone along playing the game all theHImn,
lelplng the team out of many a hole by
his timely batting, but he is tired out and
ought to have a rest. Every team needs a
good utility man and liolan could fUU that
place for Omaha better than anyone, else
now available. The fact that such teams
as the Chicago Cubs, the best tkere is,
keeps as good. If not better men for
utility than several of tne regulars, has
long ago removed whatever of odium might
once have attached to such a place. Dolan
can play short, second, first snd hit in
excellent form and would fill the bill to
nicety. His experience is needed on the
Walter Johnson, the Idaho marvel, has
made good In the American league and
with the Improvement this Is sure to come
with experience will develop Into a hisjor
lesgue star. He Is six feet In height, sym
metrically built, has a frictlonless move
ment, possesses speed snd a slow ball, la
cool under fire, fields his position well and
1s a better batsman than most pitchers.
He' opened the season with -ihe- Welser
team of the Idaho State league and pitched
seventy-five Innings without a hit being
scored against him. He struck out bM
men ln ninety-nine innings, pltcpod, seven
consecutive shut out games and -played In
gamea In which his tesm Scored ninety
eight runs to its opponents' five runs. He
Is credited with striking out eighteen men
In esch of several games. In one game
he retired the first e'ght men to face him,
while eleven others did not reach first base.
In California, from which state , he halls,
playing wlt;i the Ollnda team, he pitched
forty-nine innings without a hit being
scored by the opposing team. Sporting
One Per Cent Is Taken Off Irnl-As.
anal Payment for Stock
holders. NEW YORK. Aug. 23. The directors of
the Southern Railway company, today cut
the semi-annual dividend on the preferred
stock of the company from !H to Vr per
cent. President Flnley made the following
announcement: "At a meeting of the board
of directors of the Southern Railway com
pany today trie Income account and result
of operations for the fiscal year ended
June SO last were considered. A dividend
of 1H per cent, was declared on the pre
ferred stock out of accumulated surplus,
making a total dividend distribution of 4
per cent, for the year. For this purpose
there wss appropriated a portion of the
surplus Income carried forward from the
year ending June 80, 1906. after payment of
the dividends for that year."
City of Alenaar la Grave Daager
Capture by Hold Ban
dit Chief.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 23,-Informatlort
has reached ths Slate department by cable
to the effect that the bandit Rataull lias
completely defeated the Urge force sent
against him by the sultan of Morocco in
the effort to secure the release of Cald
,. MacLean. According to the report the l.n-
fm rtant Moorish city of Alcaxar, which is
muii oniy two days by the caravan
Holl-IMe from the city of Tangier. Is In great
Exploiting- Boiler Kills Six.
If I Peterson.
tnsi New Yor
Aug. 28. A b'qler on the
which usually bites be-
rk ami P.nat.m. XDlodel
too... In Hnboken. killing M. Hopkins, the
engineer, snd six other men.
Caparhla Priest Dying.
PITTSBURG. Aug. Il-Vrry Rev. P. Hy
acinth, flvs times head of the Capuchin
order ln America and cne of the ot.lent
Capuchin priests in tha country, is said
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