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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912.
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SEE-SAW GAME TO SEWARD
Hot Contest, Thougfh Score Bum Hp
.TEEMONT LOSES BY ONE RUN
Siptrior Drtwi Cipher la Coatcst
t wit Grand Islaad, ' Third 7
City PH1 VP t
SEWARD. Neb., July 2t-(Spec1aJ
Telegram.)-The Seward-Premont gam
furnished excitement throughout ltt pro
tress. The scoreboard showed a eee
saw from inning to inning-. Henry"
kitting featured, he securing five hlU
.out of five times up. Poor umpiring of
Brown on strikes and ball! and tha er
rors of the home team were character
jEtlca Score: ,
Reward .J. J lH & is I
ly Laftamboy. S; by Kingdom, 1. Bases
n balla: Off Conner. 1; off Upton,. .
TwoS hit: Laftamboy. Henry. Cur
pln. Three-base hit.: Laftamboy. Thomp
ion. Cmpiree: Brown and Graves.
Blank for Superior.
"-SUPERIOR. Neb., July 21 (Special
Telegram.)-Superior lost again today In
g well played game by the score of
to 0. Bunched hits at opportune times
ere responsible for the visitors win
W Score: m
tlrand Island 1 1 0 0 0 0 I 0 4 4 1
Superior ..- M0M0M - i
Uisette; Superior, Fentress and Joker
ski Merrhe Up la Balloon.
'"v-KEARNET. Neb.. July 2t,-(Buecial
ri.irrim.WKarney everlastingly ham
mered Horoh in today's game, getting
I twenty-two runs off him in the eight
"innings he pitched before being reueveu
i hv Tacke. who ended the game.
: Tor the first three Innings the game
y'as close, both pitchers showing eariy
symptoms of ballooning, but Trlmbls set
itled and pitched a steady game. Score:
r-Hastlngs ! 1 1 0 0 0 0 - tt 6
'Kearney ... I 1 1 Jf 84
I Batteries: Hastings, Herche, Tacke and
Downey: Kearney, xnnium i
1 V- THmhl 1: Hlrsehe. 7.
' fiSS. ,.r.- u.hl 7 4- Trimble. 7.
I ?,1. .,... ni7 Downey. L Two-
. hlta: Hersche. Bhellman (2),
Gray ' (2).
. Umpire: Mc-
1 Ragles, Gray.
; COLUMBUS, Neb.. July 3C -(Special
,r!rram.W-Columbus lumped Into aeo-
I Tnd place today by defeating York in
one of the best games of trie season.
' it was a Ditchers' battle for ten innings
In which Fulwider had the best of it.
' allowing Tork only two wis in in ion
tuninn and on of them scrawny,
;;Hargis tied the score in the seventh
With a home run and Bacom won t m
h tenth with a clean single. Bacoms
playing at first was the feature as his
VOrk there was nothing soon oi marvoi
-. Wllklns. for , Tork. pitched good ball,
but his support was not the best. By me
Mrtuinn ft Fulwider and Bacom the
pawnees have been strengthened won-
'v..b i ii t t n 0 to M I l
Y-nlnmh'tl. HI 1 M J 0 0 i-l U
- -omm' ' fntiimtma. Fulwider and
Tnrlr. Wllklns aud Kills.
i ir:..i. ..... T,.ioiii.r t: hr Wllklns.
,7. Bases on balls: Off Fulwider, 4; off
Wllklns, L Two-baa hit. BX Brown.
Three-bass hit: Black. Horns runt Har
gls. Umpire: Colons.
SLOW TRACK PREVENTS
1 FAST TIME AT FREMONT
t FREMONT, Neb., July t4-(Speclal Tel-gram.)-Th
second day of the races
brought out a better crowd. The track
near . the home stretch was heavy and
fully two seconds slow.
In the 1:18 Pace Franklin Pleroa was
closely pushed by Buss and Ancona ltt the
first beat, and in the second heat the
three leaders came under tha wire al
Tommy Horn took the J:14 trot without
txlng pushed. In the second heat he led
Oladlola by ten lengths-4n the last half
:nd had It not been for the heavy track
fa front of the grandstand would hav
!ut It at least two seconds. In this race
' touls broke badly ln-th second quarter
but by a wonderful burst of speed escaped
the distance flag..
' Five heats were necessary to deoid
the 1:24 trot which was th best race.
Teddy K took tha first two heats of a
hard-fought, fight with Hentoius ana
. Piper, with the Allerton horse close up.
Huntlna took he third and fourth heats,
but the pace was too fast ana ueaay a.
won the race. Summary: ;
1uHn(. 1:11 class: '
Franklin Piero. b. g by Dunton
WUkes (Pike) J
Ancona, oh. m. I
Corporal Joe, cn. s. T
SUSS. b. I M,A,HIMN4H,I 1
Sunny Jim, b. g.
Maud H.. s. m. J
Speed On, ch. g
Kscluslve Beeis. br. g....
Time. 1:14. J4H. J:1J.
Trot, 1:14 class, Tommy Horn, b.
g., by Otto Wilkes (Owens).... J
Oladlola, g. m....
Louise, br. m......
Rnwlca. b. m 4
Tims: 1:11. I, 116.
Trot, 1:14 class: -
Teddy K., br. g., by Bed Toler
. (Moore) J J J
Hentoius, b. g., s l I s
Patsy Allerton, b. s.. 4 4 111
William Piper. Wk. 1 I 4 4
Depacey, b. g 1.1 l I
Tlm!J3. t:S. !:. :
Running race, -mile: Blue won. Van
cena second. Caravone, third. Time,
Visiting Nurse , ;
v Doors to the Public
II I I I
The Visiting Nurse instructive dispen
sary opened formally- yesterday with
a reception to physicians and surgeons.
Every doctor in the city was invited .to
Inspect tho headquarters In Gardner
Memorial ball and to hear the aim of the
new enterprise, which is to dispense In
struction and care to anyone suitenng
from a contagious or infectious disease-
Miss Lillian Stuff, head of the ' dls
Denaanr. told of Its clans. Directors of
the Visiting Nurse association, which is
financing and managing the institution,
received the doctors. Mrs. J. P. Lord was
chairman of the committee. !
The dispensary committee, composed of
Mrs. Philip Potter, chairman; Mrs. Victor
Rose water, Mrs. Herbert 'M. Rogers and
Mrs. Ralph W. Connell, received from S
o'clock till t Mrs. Thomas Kllpatrick and
ir XTaa wam In Ahs.A fmm 1 in
4; Mrs. Arthur Lock wood and Mrs. O. L.
Bradley from 4 to t; Mrs. F. J. McShans
and Miss Alice Buchanan from f to (. ;
With the Goods
Le Roy Mitchell and James Thompson,
colored, were arrested by Detectives
Dunn and Fleming at noon yesterday for
robbing the home of U. Qlanakes, nis
Leavenworth street, July 11 The two
men -stole 1120 and a gold watch from
this place. When arrested Mitchell had
the pawn ticket for the watch. ,
The two thieves spent the money for
new clothes. They are thought to have
been responsible for the many strong arm
holdups In the last few months.
MERRIAM REFUSES TO ACT
ON NOTIFICATION COMMITTEE
Nathan Morrlam of Omaha, on of tha
delegates at large at the republican con
vention at Chicago, has been notified by
the secretary of the convention tnat be
waa designated as the man to represent
Nebraska on tha committee appointed to
notify President Taft of his renomlnauon.
Mr. Merrlam has ' declined to serve on
the committee. In a letter to the Secre
tary Oleason of the republican national
convention. Mr. Merrlam said, in Dart:
"I was elected a delegate-at-iarg by tns
people of Nebraska to the national con
vention on account of the strong posi
tion I took against Canadian reciprocity,
Mr, Taft's favorite policy. I was elected
a Roosevelt delegate. " I 'was cine of tha
lara-a number of delegates who refused
to vote for . president at the ' Chicago
national convention- on account or axist-
ins- conditions. I , participated In -, the
Orchestra hall convention at that time
which nominated Theodore Roosevelt for
"resident. I was strong for Mr. Koose-
vlt then, and have not since changed my
mind for one - moment. My actions at
Chtcaffo met the hearty approval of the
people of Nebraska, I have fully appre
ciated the high honor of being elected
the republican national convention
as a member of your honorable commit
tee; and in declining to serve I fully
realise that I am foregoing what other
wise might have been a great pleasure
to me.' i '" v
1 hasten to reply by wire in order
that vou may have Plenty of time to
select someone else to represent Nebraska
on your notification delegation wno would
ba dsllshted to take my place, and : at
your suggestion i snouia df pieasea xo
iriv this iniormation tne oniy manner
la which I can serve you at this time."
WM. J. BOEKHOFF,
s : Scan Deals :
, - Tsks a Oar Bid to
"40 Klnntes from Omaha."
Xt has many attracttoM .
In the Oread, Spacious Bail ooa
every afternoon and evening on.
tlanes to s a big attraction.
Bmsio by . Arthur B. Smith's
BATBXWCK BOATXBO, BOULBB
F03 THE SADE STYLES
OF LADIES' FOOTOEAn
YOOTIE DEEd PAYIIIO $5
TfTdtirabttdcv t&n, velvet roecte and all the . new
styles in low and bla shoes. ,
Ws.gtv m aay pata f toaungs nn feU
saateh yw ateea) with every pals NM
paU( rxvmSBAT. Be -chargV or aeUvwrles.
rOmTilG buu o n e y
222 COUTII CDLTXUHiTU CT2XST.
New Arrivals o!
Nade to Sell up QQ Q
to 57.60. at. VO.UCJ
These dresses are made) of pretty
foulards, shantungs, taffetas and
messalines every dress is a new,
mid-summer style every desirable
color is here all Bizes are repre
sented. They were A
made to sell up to n& llH
$10.00; Thursday at. . V WW
Women's Loni Coats
Made of linen, tan pongee, taffeta, etc
they are splendid for motor- ba AO
L. lng, for traveling, etc., iflil.slll
Women's Sommer Waists at 88c
Beautifully made mld-eilmmer models
lace and embroidery trimmed plain
tailored embroidered fronts, etc worth
up to $2.00,
27-ia Embroidered Flounciags at 29c Tfard
Sheer Swiss and Batiste in new floral, eyelet, blind relief
and new combination designs, also neat AAA
baby patterns worth up to 60c a yard; tj
on big bargain square at, a yard u
New Trimming Laces' and Wide Bands -
Macrame, filet, cluny, BohemianCarrickmacross effects,
etc. up to 8 inches wide and worth up to 50c; OCa
at, a yard. . ... . ... ..... . . . ;.';.'.vi.WC
.' Tif'lsZtra. Specials in Brandeis Easement
Embroidered White Goods at 15c
Beautiful, imported White Swisses, in a great variety of
"neat and elaborately embroidered patterns. Much used
for making fine waists and dresses. Begular 7 a f
i price isf25c to 40c a yard from the bolt, J
in basement atj yard. . .................... . .
Light Colored Dress Prints at 2ic
And Fancy Colored Lawns, a remarkable bargain from
the bolt Thursday.
uro Chocolate Day
Delicious Pompeian Bitter Sweet Chocolates with puro
crushed fruit and nut centers our regular 40c ar
chocolates at, per. pound. , .aDC
ANNUAL SALE of
& E. & W. Shirts
Prices Greatly Reduced.
See the windows.
. 1913 Models
' We :respectfully' refer the public to the
announcement of Chalmers cars for 1913 in
vthe current 'issue of the Saturday Evening
1 Post ."We believe Chalmers cars for 1913 of
f er greater v values than ever before. Bead
; about the new cars in" the Post; then let us
show-them to you at your convenience. (
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II. E. Frcdri:i3D Astonobilo Co.
' ? 2044 Tainam Street
ORKIN BROTHERS, Successors to
STORE CLOSES AT 5 O'CLOCK
Entire Stock of Men's Suits
Has New Prices Thursday
More radical measures than ever have been brought to bear in the
men's suit department. So Thursday, you will find pricing that
should bring you to the store with the opening of the doors.
All Men's Up to $20.00 Suits. $9.75
All Men's UP to $35.00 Suits. $12.50
This means that every suit in the house goes and that
your choice at the above prices is unrestricted. Fancy
and plain weaves in blacks, blues and patterns of ultra
fashionable designs, for both men and young men.
We're Selling the Boys' Wash Suits
at a great deal less than you have ever known for like
qualities. All styles and tub-tested materials to fit boys
from three years old'upwards. $1.00 values at 69c; $1.25
values at 8C; $1.50 values at 98c. 1
Boys' sailor & Russian blouse wash suits worth ; ;
from $2.50 to $5 in two lots at $1.49 and $1.69
The boys' wool suits have also been repriced to close them
out quickly.. Up to $5 values are marked at $1.75 and
$2.75 and up to $10 values will go at $3.75 and $4.75.
One lot of boy's 35c overalls at 19c.
Wash Dresses Reduced
Wash dresses of lawns, percales and cambrics In a great variety of
styles; women's, misses and juniors' sizes; formerly priced at $2.50,
Wash dresses of tissue ginghams, chambrays and lawns In plain
colors; some Norfolk dress style Included In this lot; many are lac
trimmed; $5.00 values, specially priced for Thursday at $2.50.
White and colored French linen dresses with the long apron
effects; ..sailor collars and cuffs trimmed with a con.
trasting color; white kid belts;
$13.50 values at . .
Norfolk dresses in shawl
collar and short sleeve
styles; striped jacket
with white pique cuffs
and skirts, $7.50 values,
special for Thursday, or
while they last-
Children's middies and
two-piece dresses of
white linen with navy
blue and white braid '
trimmings; ages 8 to 18;
$3.75 values, Thursday,
or while they last-
White, cotton and sol
sette waists with low
turn-down collars , and
wash . ties; cuffs and
pocket . trimmed with
contrasting color; $1.75
values at . ,
89c Combination Suits, Thursday Only, 59c
Combination suits of corset cover and skirt, or corset covers and
drawers; imitation hand embroidery trimmed and edged with linen lace;
good wearing materials; 89c values at 59c.
Thursday's Pure Food Store Specials
2-lb. can Bennett's Breakfast
coffee for ' 48c
68c assorted teas, lb. ....48c
15c tea sittings, lb. ...... 18c
19 lbs. granulated sugar, $1.00
1-quart Mason jar olives. .80c
1- lb. can Bennett's Capitol bak-
lng powder for .20c
Bennett's Capitol vanilla or
lemon extract, bottle .... 13c
25c can Batavia asparagus tips
2- lb. can Snlder's pork and
beans for: 11c
Shredded wheat biscuit, pack
age for 10c
1-pint can Gaillard's pure olive
oil for . ;". 40c
3 cans Evergreen corn for 25c
-lb. cake Baker's Premium
chocolate for ......... . 15c
2-lb. pkg. Bennett's Capitol
wheat for 8c
4 pkgs. Toafito corn' flakes, 250
15c pkg. imported macaroni,
Cracker Jack Brand salmon,
can for 12c
3 botjlea assorted pickles, 25c
2-lb. roll Premium butterine
Full cream cheese, lb 20c
inree w v&ss. cracsers, zoc
Bulk cocoa, lb. ......... .20c
Onion salt, bottle ........ 12c
10 bars "Beat-'Em-All" soap
4 lbs. chicken feed . . .... .10c
20c box salted peanuts for 10c
Assorted chocolates, lb. ... 20c
Three 5c pkgs. Hershey's milk
chocolate for , . 10c
8 lbs. SHOULDER STEAK, 25c
3 lbs. CORNED BEEP ... .25c
8 lbs. HAMBURGER .... .25c
S lbs. PORK SAUSAGE . . .25c
a lbs. LAMB CHOPS .....25c
2-lb. can COTTOLENE 25c
STEER POT ROAST ..... 10c
ROUND STEAK .15c
PORTERHOUSE STEAK . .15c
1 , . ..
and Extra Trousers
For Price of Suit Alone
We want to
keep our best
tailor busy -during
and to do so
will offer you an
extra pair of
Trousers with your Order for r the
price of the suit aione.
Suit anij Extra Trousers $25 to $45
BLUE SERGE SPECIAL
DR. BRADBURY, DENTIST
A. Full Blue. Black or- Grey Serge
with An inn nur u
Dual " ' "
trousers or tne same '
m'SBBS, - BBBBB m H
W1LUAM JERREMS SOH
209-11 South 15th Street
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Kxtnctlns . . ... .S5c Cf
FUlbiss .... ....0Oe7
Crcwas ... .'. . .tiuaa Cm
Phone Dong. 17M
MtosiBC Teeth aaprUed
without Ptatw o BrMge
work. erres removsN)
without pain. Work gsr
aaeel 1 it'
9 Urt.i'S -I
to the East
to Points East
Spedal low summer rickets vis the Chicago
and North Wuttrn Ry. on ssle dsily nntil
Sept. 30, 1912, to Detroit, Saratoga Springs,
Niagara Falls, New York City, Atlantic City,
Boston, Toronto, Montreal andothsr seaside
and mountain resorts. '
V . .. . '
J A splendid opportunity to enjoy a vacation
back East, away from the. usual routine of
every day life. . . .
Q The North Wtttrn Line maintains superb
daily train service to Chicago. -; -
9 The route lies over a smooth, rock-ballasted
roadbed ; automatic electric signals safeguard
the journey all the way. 4 ; ,
J The palatial New Passenger Terminal at
Chicago, at which all trains arrive, marks a
new era in railway station architecture In the
West. It is the most modern railway station
in the world. .' , ' . v
9 Direct connections at Chicago with fast
trains of all lines east Choice of routes.
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Tot fares, dates and reservation!, apply to -
Chicago and North Western
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