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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1000.
Men's Fall Suits
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Pee, , 03 Suits Overcoats
In strict conformity with the most exacting
fashion requirements includes all the new and
exclusive styles created in the leading clothes
Brandeis is sole agent in Omaha for the
Rogers-Peet New York Clothes which can
be compared only to the highest grade merchant
tailoring. We fit all men.
Rogers-Peet Fall Suits are $21 to $35
Rogers-Peet Overcoats are $25 to $45
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Very stylish thlslea
on newest fab
rics t n Scotches,
lutely pure worsteds
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Plain and facjr ker
shadings of gray
42. 44 and 60-inch
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Changeable from a
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coat now demon
strating In the window.
For Men and Boys
The man or boy
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Soft and derbv shapes, in all new fall styles ,
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In neat assorted patterns
all new fall styles,
at ... 40
Boys' bats In new fall
styles, $1.50 values,
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Brandeis The Best Place in Omaha to Buy
Fall showing of Manhattan and E. & W. Shirts ex
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bosoms, at . $1.50 to $3.00
EXTRA SPECIAL Entire Samples and Surplus
Stock of a New York Shirt Manufacturer
The greatest shirt values ever offered. Shirts worth
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Men's and Boys' Sweater Coats Hand
made sweater coats all colors, with
all the new shades of trimmings
full fashioned, at ....$3 to SlO
Men's and Hoys' Sweater Coats Gray,
with red and blue trimings, worth $1,
Norfolk and New Brunswick, Root's
medicated, Lewis' full fashioned Un
dearwear, at J1 to $4.50
Men's $1.50 and $2 Wool Sweater
Coats, at OS
Men's extra heavy 60c fleece Under
wear at 390
Men's wool ribbed Underwear, $1 value
Munsing Union Suits for Fall wear
at .... $1.50 to 84.50
Men's 60c Silk Neckwear in French
folds and 4-ln-hands, at 250
Traveling bass, at
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ana up to fis
Trunks, at , SB, f6, 97, '
M and op to $65 , ,
Butt Can, at 980, Sl.BO, . ,
3.8, $3.80 and BP to $88
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We ocmpy B.280 sqnare feet of space for our Children's Clothing
''"Partment loaded down with this season's newest products of boys'
i suits for fall and winter wear.
tfoys' combination Knickerbocker Suits
Xot nil wool, but the little cotton there is
makes the fabric stronger. Just what the
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extra pair of pants free with (JQ CA
every suit, at $dvU
The Best Boys' Clothes in America
New fall fashion in boys attire. Ve have
them for the little tots for the school
boys or for the college boys. Suits or $
overcoats at. ....... .$5.00 to $10.00 I
For Fall and WInler Wear
They are fit for any foot and
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lour calf, gun metal, patent
colt and dQ q rA
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The new styles of the Flor
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Women's New Fall Footwear
Tlie assortment of high elasn, serviceihle h-i evir fhtwnin 0,n a
$ here. These ehoee are whaltverie ntwablt'dn reliable. Xew elylen n
patent colt, yin metal, calf, bromt, awie and buckkinilhe neu itwrt vamp
etylet. Pricet are very moderate.
The Red Cross Shoe for women, in
all leathers and styles for fall.
They need no
breaking in. . . .
Our Phit Eazie flJO ?Q TA
Shoes, at d-$d.tU
Best Shoe Value in America
Our bench made
"We sell the best shoes in
Boys' and Girls' School 8hoes are the best wearing shoes ever of
fered in Omaha.
Boys' fl.60 Knicker
bocker Corduroy Pants
Boys' K. & E.
Saturday's Candy Specials
in Sweeland East Arcade
After Dinner Cream Patties Full assortment of
flavors, at, pound
Try our 1-lb. special package
packed Chocolates and Bon
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Peerless Marshmallows A
Old Fashioned Gum Q
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Two pounds for
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BRANDEIS STORES H
OMAHA TARES BOTH CAHES
Lower Gets Credit for Taking Double
Header from Dei Moinei.
RALLY WINS IN EACH CASE
I.nwrr'n lilt llrraku Tie la Tenth In.
nine anil Hold Inwim Down
t'ntll Darknru Bnda v
Onohn. 6; pes Molnfs. 6.
Omaha. t)r Molnea, S.
Iowor fen rmllt for winning- two games.
Omaha snatched both games of a
HouMf hiVr nwav from Des Molner
Fi-iiit!'' iri both hart apparently been
o'i hv Mr. ingglna' flRhtlng crew. The
flv.-t wrrt for ten innings and was a battle
rxal all the way through with mt a
wol lil by the Koukes and but one by
Dca Moines. In th second Omaha nlao
rams up from bfchlnd and stole away the
bacon which Pea Moines wanted so badly."
Miller and T-ang, touted as the two
premier pitchers of th western league
were beaten In th first game. Miller
lamed for eight and a third Innings and
pave way to I.ang with Pes Moines still
In the lead. The Roukes however were
rot to be denied and kept up the rush
until the prise was finally landed
Patton atarted to twirl and laeted eight
Innings although the game was apparent
ly lost In the eighth when De Moines
made four runs off two banes and three
hits. Ho was relieved when Hollenheck
tan sent to bat for him In the eighth.
Holly atruck out and no further l.iniam
The Rouka tied the score In the ninth
by driving Miller from the box and by
landing on. Mr. I.ang.. Welch and Per.diy
oru-ncd out with doubles and Pottn singled
after Ije had been given a life by Mo
Manus dropping a foul tip. Cartman, who
wa scit to bat for flnndlnur. struck out
and Ixiwer lilt a ningl which scored
Pendry. Exit Mr. Miller. Fisher showed
LAug where he got off by beating out
a bunt on the first ball pitched. That
put Pott on third and he scored the run
which tied tho game when Fox hit one
over third. King lilt Tr.tn a double and
i.n extra Inning was needed.
IVndrr Gets Wlnnlai Score.
After Pes Moines had been sent to th
bench one-two-throe Kane and Welch
died but the midgets did the buuinesa.
I'endry hit for two and Potts followed
with a single. Cadman walked and the
bases wer filled. Lang saw the pennant
aspirations of Des Moines going up in
smoke and became a little nervous. H
threw a low one to Lower which hit In
front of the plate and when 1 had been
recovered from the backstops position
Pendry had scored the winning run.
The second game was also a thriller.
Pes Moines made two In the third and
Omaha came back with one In tiie same
inning. Des Moines then made three In
the fourth snd Omaha made but two.
making the score five to three In favor of
Pes Moines. Then Lower tightened up In
th fifth but -th Roukes went after Mr.
Diersdorfer and won the game. Kane
walked snd died at second on an attempted
sacrifice. Pendry singled and Potts mado
his third hit of th game, scoring Welch.
Cadman singled and scored Pendry and
Potts and went to second on th throw In.
Lower flew out to pwyer and Niehoff
fooxled Fisher's ffrounder and Cadman
scored. Lower refused to looBen during the
next two Innings which were played be
fore th game was called onl account of
darkness and Omaha had won two.
Fisher, If ...
King, cf ....
Kane, lb ...
Welch, rf ...
Pendry, lb .
Potts, as ...
Cadman, c .,
Patton, p ..
Lower, p .t.
Mattlrk. cf ....
Pwyer. lb B
Niehoff. 8b t
Kerner, If 3
Bader. tb t
M. Manus, c 4
Miller, p 4
Lang, p 9
H. O. A. E
s a o o
t 0 4 0
1 17 1 0
0 3 10
0 t 1 0
0 0 0 0
15 30 16 0
H. O. A. E.
10 0 0
1 T 0 0
1 1 0
0 10 0
1 10 1 1
10 4 0
0 0 10
1 "9 M 1
Miller. Time: 1:45. Umpires! Haskell and
Mullen. Attendance, 1,600.
Score, second game:
Fisher, If ..
Fox, 2b ...
King, cf ..
Kane, lb ,,
Potts, ss ..
Lower, p ..
R. H. O. A. E.
Palton. rf ....
Colligan, ss ...
Mattick, cf ...
Niehoff. Sb ...
nstted for Patton In the eighth.
'Two out when winning run was made.
Run 001000101 1-
Hits 10 110 111 1-15
o i i i i o s o o- a
Two-base hits: King. Welch, Pendrv ).
Wild pitch: Lang. First base on balls:
Off Patton. 4; off Miller. 4; off Lang, 1.
Hit by pitched hull: By Patton. 2. Struck
out: By I'atton, 1; by lxwer, 1; by
Miller, 8; by Lang. 1. Left on buses:
Omaha, t: Pes Moines. S. poubla plays:
Miller to Colligan to Pwyer, Lung to Mc
Munu to l'wjcr. Vlehoft to Pa dor ?).
Ktolen bases: Fox. Potts (2), Mattlrk, Ker
ner. Niehoff. Sacrifice hits: Gondlng,
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Totals 28 t 6 18 1
Gain called on account of darkness,
Runs 0 0 1 1 4 0 7
Hit 0 1 1 8 1 0 -
Huns 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-5
Hits 0 0 2 1 0 1 0-6
Two-base hits: Fox. Blersdorfer, Dalton.
First base i on balls: Off Lower, 4; off
Blersdorfer) 6. Struck out: By Lower. 4;
by Blersdorfer, 1. Left on bases: Omaha.
h; Pes Moines, . Stolen bases: Fisher
2, Kane (1), Potts. Colligan. Sacrifice
hits: Fox, King. Cadman. Time: 1:45.
I'mplres: Haskell and Mullen. Attend
Note of the Game.
Lincoln today and Sunday and Monday.
Fisher got back Into his stride and mad
three hits In the opening session.
Miller and Laut; are hard to beat anv
time, but to be;ii them both In th aame
game Is quite an accomplishment.
Kane took eighteen chances In the first
gam without a qu'ver. In the sn-n In
l.iiiKS of tiie SeionJ hf had tn chiiu-s
Patton pitched a fcrmt hine for seven
Innings, but In the eighth they got after
his scalp and he was forced to cry for
Potts made five hits In seven times up in
the two gamea and Pendiy marie four In
nine times up. Pretty good for lktla fel
lous. The Pes Moines Infield moves quite lively.
Thursday four double plays cre made
In one game and the same thing waa re
The winminT of two games for Omaha la
not to the liking of the wise guys who
have been insisting that Omaha was toss
ing off some games to Pes Molnea to beat
Fans are wondering if Lincoln will try to
hand It to Omaha as hard as they have
all coiners of lata. Six shutouts In suc
cession Is some record.
t H IMPIONS
Only Hit Mad by Capital City Men
Develop Into Knn.
LINCOLN. Neb . Sept. 17 The Llncolns
resumed the shut-out habit today, and
won one of the lightest battles of tiie sea
son from the Hliux t'lty champions, by a
1 to 0 si-ore. Errors behind Chabek. who
pitched a one-hit game, led to hioux City
defeat. After two men were out in the
fourth, hard grounder was driven over
third base for a single. Welch look a
desperate chance for a throw and put out,
but heaved past Hunter, giving Thomas
an extra base. Pavidson'a grounder In
rrjnt ol the plats was fumbled by Tonne
Pavldson, cf 1 0
Cockman, Sb 1 0
Hogriever, 2b 1 0
Mlsse, ss a 0
Nunamaker, c ,3 0
Ryan, p , 3 0
Totals BS 1
bmlth, ss 1
Andreas, 2b 4
Hunter, lb 4
Towna, o 4
elch, 3h 4
Stovall, rf 4
Edmondaon, cf 4
Creen. If 1
1 27 10
Chabek, p 1
Totals 31 0 4
Lincoln 00010000 1
Sioux City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hit: Hunter. Stolen bases:
Thomas, Pavldson (2). Cockman, Fmith,
Andreas. Towne. Struck out: By Ryan,
7; by Chabek, 4. First base on balls: Off
Ryan, 1; off Chabek. 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By Ryan, 2. Left on bases: Lin
coln, 2; Sioux City, 7. Time: 1:36. Um
WICHITA TAKES WHOLE SERIES
Also Lead In Season's Plnr With It
WICHITA. Kan., Sept. 17. Wichita mad
It four straight from Topeka today by
winning the second double-header In two
days. 10 to 4 and 7 to 2. respectively. Hasa
ler pitched both games for Wichita snd
aside from a bad first-Inning In the first
game, due partially to his Support, but
chiefly to two passes, two two-base hits
and a horn run, which wer bunched In
that Inning, had (he visitors at his mercy.
Both Boles and Kaufman were hit hard,
and the former waa wild. Three singles, two
walks and a hit hy a pitched ball gave
the home team three In the first Inning of
he tlrst game and a wulk, Rellly's error,
Prulgrew's home run. Westerrll's single
and two base hit- by Penncll and White '
mane the game sare ni Hit second.
The stcond wns won by bunched hits In
:lie t'H rth, seviiiili and eighth ilihiiks and
by goou base running. Wooley, Pettigrew,
I'ennell, Middleton, Westenll, White and
Kahl starred In the field. The results of
the series gave Wichita 'twelve out of
the twrnty-two games played by the two
teams this season, core, first game:
Standing of the Teams
Sioux City.. bit U Ml
Milwaukee.. S8 t .606
PCS Moines. 84 f " .6c4i Mlnneanolis. U 70 .Mrt
Omaha (7 fw .KoOj Louisville. ,.K3 72 .6.iti
.Si 71 .K
.... 74 .471
.....61 77 .442
57 81 .41.11
..65 82 . 4021
Pittsburg.. .98 86 .727
Chicago ....81 44 .674
New York.. 79 62 . 603
Cincinnati ..66 67 . 4!
Philadelphia 85 70 . 4K1
St. Louia..,47 63 . 368
Brooklyn ..47 M .863
St. Paul 76 75 .53
Indianapolis 76 80 .4X7
Toledo .......71 82 .4fit
Kansas City. 67 85 .441
Petrolt ......89 48 . 661)
Philadelphia 85 61 .621
Boston 78 69 .61
Chicago 69 67 . 507
Cleveland ...68 71 .49
New York. ..63 73 . 403
St. Louis ...59 78 .4.1
38 93 . 2!io Washington 37 100.270
Western League Lincoln at Omaha, Des
Moines at Sioux City.
National League Boston at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Pittsburg, New York at Chi
cago, Philadelphia at St. Louis.
American League Chicago at Boston, St.
Louis at Washington, Petrolt at Philadel
phia. Cleveland at New York.
American Association Mil waukee at In
dianapolis. St. Paul at Toledo. Minneapolis
at Louisville, Kansas City at Columbus.
sady, Jones, Durham, Curtis. Corhan.
Clark, Prltchett. Two-base hits: McChes
ney, Cannady. Sacrifice hits: Belden, Cor
han, -Fonts. Struck out: By , Durham, 1:
hy Locke, 2; by Swift, 2; by Jackson, 6.
Bases on balls: Off Durham, 4; off Locke,
1; off Swift, 2; off Jackson, 2. Wild pitch
Jackson (2). Left on bases: Denver, 10;
Pueblo, 7. Tim: 2:05. Umpire: Derrick.
Score second game:
.. 1 0
,.. 1 0
Woolums, lit 1
j Fonts, rf
A.B. R. H. O. A. E
Abbott, lb. .
Hughes, 2b 2
M iidu-ton, rf 5
Pettigrew, cf 4
esirrzll, 3b 5
Ptnnoll. If 4
White, ss 3
Armstrong, lb 4
Jokerst, c 4
Hassler, p 4
K. H. O. A. E
Wichita 0 2 0 1 1 0 2
Topeka 1 0000010 0:
Struck out: By Hasaler, 1; by Kaufman,
2. First base on balls: Off Hassler, ii: ..fi
Kaufman, 1. passed ball: Kerns. Stolen
basts: Middleton, Jokerst. Sacrifice hits:
ltr. Sacrifice fly: Kunkno. Two-tase
lilts: Westers!), Ii-llly. Home run: Arm
strong. Double, piny: Km, I to lf.;,liy I.,
Abbott. L-lt uu Laits: Wichita . Tj
pika, 8. Time: 1:25. Umpire: Clarke. At
PlEnl.O BLIMPS DKNVEll TWIC13
Wooley, cf 3 1
Kellly, ss 2
Ueier, if 4
Kii.iMe. 3b 2
I.iindreih. If 1
Abbott, lb 3
Kiihl, 20 4
Kerns, c 4
Loles, p 3
13 27 13
Total 28 4 6 24 16
Wichita 3 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 10
Topeka 4 000000004
Struck out: By Hassler, 4; by Boles, 2.
Base on balls: Off Hassler, ; off Boles,
4. Hit by pitched ball. By Boles, petti
grew. Passed balls: Jukerat, Kerns, acrl
fice hit: Landreih. Two-oase hits: Wenter
xil, Pennell, White, Wooley, Abbott. Home
First Game n Poor Exhibition, bat
th Second I Better.
.DENVER. Colo., Sept. 17. Pueblo toolt
two more cames from Denver toda..
0i mainly beiaue Denver seems to have go.
0 in the way of losing and cannot break in.'
habit. In the flint game, penver outhit
Die visitors and did not play much worst,
but could gel no favors fiom tiie god of
luck. In the second Pueblo hit Boliannon
at the right time, and Denver could not
hit Jackson at all.
Maag, Cassady and McChesne took bit
ting honor in th first game, and Maag
did some great fielding stunts. Pueblo s
manager etiangid piti hera as i)iih kly a
Denver took a liking to the bulla being
pas.sed In. . Lo.'ke vas takan from third
hnse be-ause ne was playing in'.ner I'M.f
ferent ball. Pilfering of ba-es was doin
ulioo.st at will, u,.; caicucis binig unable
to stop the practh-e. And mat s all woi h
Jackson was up to his old-time standard
In the sacond game, two rinidr being all
I'on.ir could gut. Penver did noi i.h e a
chance to score. Pueblo bunched hns In
the second inning and three more in tho
fourth. Parkness caused the calling of
the second game at the end of the fifth.
Davidson gain.ng first and Thomas going M;un": Id'igrew, Oeier. Double plays:
to third. On a double steal, Thomas beat Jokerst to Armstrong to Jokerst, Hughes
th return throw from Smith by a iong to White lo Armstrong, White to lluMies
slid to th plaie. This was the only run I o Armstrong. Kahl ti
or tn day. The Sioux batted Kvan for a ! oases: v, icniia, e; it
bit an inning during four rounds, afier I Umpire: Clarke.
which the Lincoln twirler was invim iblo. t Score, second game:
In the second th champions had the base
full and none out on a hit, Hogrlever's
error and a walk. Ryan then struck out
Chabek and Smith, while Davidson gath
ered In Andreas short fly. Hunter led
off in th third with a two bagger, but
died In th-J After the fourth only one
of th champions reached first base.
Shortstop Misse of the Kansas league
substituted for (iagnler at ahort and pulled
on tn most sensational slop and throw
outfielder Tummy Campbell of Sioux
t'lty nas Deen released by
Holmes, in acor:
' AB. R. H.
Waldron. rf t 0 0
Jude. If IOC
Thomas, lb tit
O. A. E.
Hughes, 2b 4 1
Middleton, rf 4 0
Pettigrew, cf 4 1
Westersil, 3b 4 1
Pennell. If 1 1
White, ss 4 0
Armstrong, lb 4 1
Jokerst, c 4 1
Hasaler, p 4 0
Reilly, ss. ..
t;ler, rf. , .
KunkJs. lb I
itt it). Leu on
1. Tunc l:3x
H. O. A. E.
16 0 0
13 0 0
11 1 0
12 0 0
2 2 10
11 27 11 1
H. O. A. E.
14 0 0
10 0 0
Lock, lb I 1 I 1 0 0
Welgart, c....: 1 11 3 0 1
Jackaon, p......' 1 0 0 0 t 0
Totals 20 ' 4 7 15 4
Denver 0 0 9 0 00
Pueblo 0 1 0 1 0-4
Stolen base: Caosady. Two-base hit: Cor
han. Three base hit: Curtis. Sacrifice hit:
Jackson. Struck out: By Bohannon, 1; by
Jackson, 8. Base on balls:. Off Bohan
non, 1; off Jackson, 1. Left on base: Den
ver, 2. Time: :65. Umpire: Derrick.
- Alniworth Win from Alliance.
AIN8WORTH, Neb., Sept. 17. (Special
Telegram.) The Alnsworth ball team de
feated the Alliance team here today by a
score of 7 to 10. Sensational hitting snd
fielding marked the contest. Batteries:
Alnsworth. Sawyer and Wakeman; Alli
ance, Lucas and Bonner.
New Record hv 1 Palma.
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich., Sept. 17. At the
western Michigan state fair thla after
noon, Ralph De Palma of New York broke
the world's automobile record for twenty-five
miles. His time was 22:59. The
previous record for the same distance was
r:&, held by De Palma.
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AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Maag. 8b 1 3 8 1 2 0 1
Belden If 4 10 10 1
Cassady. rf 6 14 3 10
Jones, ;'b 6 0 1 6 1 1 '
Woolums, lb 4 0 0 8 11
Steiikard, cf 5 1 2 1 0 1 !
liurlman, ss 5 0 0 2 3 1
Haas, o 3 1 0 2 2 0 !
Durham, p 4 12 13 0
Casaudy, if 2 0 1110
Totals 3! 8 13 27 16 6
AB. R. H. PO. A. E I
Curtis. If 6 2 1110 1
Corhan. ss 4 2 0 3 1 0
Clark, lb 4 118 0 1
McChesney, cf 6 0 3 1 0 0
routs, rf 4 1110 0
Walter. Jb 4 11110.
F. Locke, 'b 1110 11
Prltchett, 3b 10 10 10
illiams, c 6 0 0 8 0 1
J Locke, p I 1 1 0 1 0
Swift, p 0 0 0 0 0 n
Jackson, p 1 1 0 0 1 0
Totals 38 10 11 27 12 4
Batted for Durham In ninth.
Penver 1 03201 1008
Pueblo 1 6 0 0 0 3 0 0 010
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