Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on September 19, 1905 · Page 7
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September 19, 1905

Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California · Page 7

Santa Cruz, California
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Tuesday, September 19, 1905
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Tuesday September 19, 1905. SANTA CETJZ SENTINEL. Page Seven. SANDPIPERS REDEEM THEMSELVES Wednesd SANTA rm 17 SEPT. 20 Rummage Sale I the best thing ever offered In Santa Cruz, LADIES' MISFIT GARMENTS. HLACK, TAN. and GKAY CLOTH COATS. SO cents up, same of SKIUTS, same pattern, 60 cents' up. EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES, good lenses, 25 cents and up. 820 Pacific Av., corner Maple. To convince yourselves, give us a call. splO-lm ? ONE DAY ONLY USUAL SHOW LARGEST, GRANDEST, BEST REAL REPRESENTATIVE SHO ay GROUNDS AMUSEMENT INSTITUTI ON. e ...CHARIOT 7V I bM " . ... rFAi IDEAS. .wAP" y ( ..i t II II . kCii I ON THE TheWorld's 33" Mr' MAIN BUSINESS OFFICE:-NEW Li?!! W Hi rri II Ail ERICAS Pft u 000 WONDERS IP) THE OURCE or ALL THE' BEST AMUSEMENT FOREIGN OFFICES 3 CrosbySquare4.ondon.Enc. YORK CITY. 8 Rue de Port Mahon.Paris.France CONDUCTED OH SOUND BUSINESS PRINCIPLES -DAILY EXPENSES $7300 PRESENTING THE WONDERS OF THE EARTH NEW TENTS WITH FOOT-RESTS FOR ALL SEATS. TRIPLE CIRCUS. 2 MENAGERIES. - HIPPODROME. AERIAL ENCLAVE, MUSEUM. MENAGERIE. VAUDEVILLE ENTERTAINMENT. GIANT, MIDGETS. SCANDINAVIAN ARTISTS. ETC. SUPERB SPECTACULAR SURPRISE THE GORGEOUS DURBAR PRESENTING FOR TnE FIRST TIME IX AMERICA THF HID OF HF ATH A Y0UNG LADY looping the 1 1 IL Lir yjl ULrt 111 GAP IN AN AUTOMOBILE tfhe extreme limit to which mortal? may tempt death with impunity. HIGHEST PRICED ATTRACTION EVER KNOWN. NEARLY $5,000 CASH FOR 45 SECONDS' TOPSY TURVY RIDE. Just think of It! A young lady receiving $100 cash every clock tick for ' A Somersault With An Automobile LOCAL HA.SI7nALU.STS WIPE Till TEXT CITY. GROUNDS WITH SAX JOSE TEAM. By Arthur Otto. The swat of the basehlt, aided by the bungling efforts of the San-Josean leather chasers to field the ball, made it possible for the land lubbers on this side of the bay to bridge the chasm of defeat in a onesided game at the Tent City grounds Sunday. The Pruneville representatives were as much off color in the first Inning as Rockefeller's tainted "lucre," and gave a beautiful exhibition of tag in their efforts to gather in the hot ones shot down their way. A heralded "phenom" named Stack started in as chief amunition ' dispenser, but the crustaceans took so 'kindly to the bait he fed down the alley, that he threw up the sponge early in the inning in order to escape total annihilation. Freine Pitched Good Ball. Charley Freine, the Williams' star slabster then took the rubber, but was unable to improve matters as the locals had their bludgeons tuned u,P to the handle and used them witri murderous effect on the floaters he offered on the altar of sacrifice. His support, however, was as holy as Swiss cheese and when the curtain rang down he took to the tall timber. The combined result of the bombardment gave Santa Cruz a total of ten runs and to the man up in the tree it looked as though the visitors were sadly up against it. In the third spasm Silva was led to the middle mound and though apparently having nothing marvelous In the way of speed or curves succeeded in checking the onward rush of the Santa Cruzans. He was placed in several tight pinches at times but was the man behind the gun when the crucial test presented itself. It was not until the eighth inning that Santa Cruz managed to make another score. Pitchers Changed For Luck. Dabadie started in to twirl, but being unable to remove the kinks from his soup bone gave way to "Hal" iMosher in the third, who for a novice at the business twirled a clever article of ball. His support, however, was clean, the team behind him fielding in great form. Hose Arrelanes made his first appearand on the receiving end and showed the fans that he can go some when it. comes to receiving and pegging them down to bases. He was also there with the big slap stick, securing three safe singles. Adams at second again played sensational ball and cut off several basehits by his ability to cover ground. 'Bausch, another new recruit at short, was conspicuous by' his absence and disappointed many by his failure to materialize. "Pop" Griffin, was brought in from center field to short to fill his shoes and performed what work he had to do in clever fashion. Next Sunday's Game. Next Sunday Santa Cruz will have a chance to even up old scores, as the Yosemites of Santa Clara are to give the locals a chance to redeem themselves. The Yosemites on their last appearance here defeated Santa Cruz .by a score of 7 to 5. The Score Card. Below is a map of the Santa Cruz-San Jose game: SANTA CRUZ. ABIIt!H!rOAK niciiio. aii . Griffin, ss , Arrelanes. c 21 21 0 01 1 21 1! 1 si si a II II 7 1 2 7 H 0) R 11 21 0 0 2 2 01 0 1 Si 0 o 0 21 1 0 0 0 01 o 0 0 0 0 Mosher, p Dnlmdie, lb Adams. 121) (tould. If Hlokpy, Wilson. Tolnl of rf 41111 (131 27;il 2 SAN JOSH. AR RIHirOIAIH Main, ss .. Mnchndo, 2b Price, c ... Sllvn. p .... Unbrlol, lb I.oKiin. If .. Valencia, of Handler, rf , Ferrlne, 3b 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 01 0 01 6 2 r 01 1. o 3 0 11 1 21 1 1 1 Total 34 4 f) 2413 8 Two-base hits: Daliadlo. Hlekey. Double llav: Urlfllu to Adams to Dabadie; Malu to Mnoharto to Gabriel; Griffin to Adams to Dabadie. Baw on balls: Mosher. 1; Silva, 1. Struck out: Mosher, 5: Silva, 2. Passed balls: Arrelanes, 2: Trice. 1. Time of , came, 1:35. Umpire, Otto. Scorer, Hunt. . vinkosni ao asnvo Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or less and Is often the cause of insomnia. Many cases hae been permanently cured by Chamberlain's Stomach anl Liver Tablets. For sale by J. G. Tanner and The Model Drug Store. REAL ESTATE SNAPS! $1,250 House, 6 rooms, patent toilet, fire-place. Now renting at $14.00. Close in. $1,350 Modern house, 6 rooms and basement, stable. Rental $15.00. Close in. A BARGAIN. $150 Lots on Mission Hill, 50 x 125. Easy terms. Choice building loot, $25 Uy, Acreage In tracts to suit, houses furnished and unfurnished, insurance In best of companies. Employment office. Fm H. PARKER, 128 Pacific Avenue. all chances of uncertainty by using Drifted Snow Piour every bake .day. It might mean your salvatio if you tried it. The whitest and lightest bread a skilled cook can produce is made from Drifted Snow Flour, and the experienced cook will never t'.se any other kind for cake and pastry. Remember it costs you no more than inferior brands of flour but is cheaper when you consider the quality and the increased quantity of bread it produces. Spcrry Flour Co., , WHOLESALERS. m 193, 195 PACIFIC AVENUE Phone Main 20 HALT! You have just time to drop in and see us about the gas range you need. We have given the matter study and find the "JEWEL" Ranges the most economical and eat-isfactory and as we sell them at cost, you can see that tills statement is true. NEW, PERFECT RANGES FROM $11.20 UP, and our experienced gas fitters make connections at cost. Ask to s.e our water heaters. SANTA CRUZ ELECTRIC LIGH1 AND POWER CO. Tel. John 401 49 Pacific Avenue 4"f 4"t"t "! ! 1r 'I' 'I 4 t i ! 4 frfr 4' ! H"fr Good, Safe RIDING and DRIVING it Hnccnc ( me 4. APTI IP CTADI EC t nVLHUU JlttULLJ Pacific Av., Opp. Elm St. 1 PHONE JOHN 391 "- ' ,-'V." " "' ' "iiiitt- tUttkiuiAin u-uniutl TOLO, the VOLITANT A DEATH-DEFYING DEED EXECUTED BI A DARING AND SKILLFUL ARTIST WHILE LAUGHING AT FATE. A Full Hoid of Giraffes, 3 Herds of Elephants, 3 Droves of Camels, Jumping Horses, Desperate Races, Gymnastic Feats, Acrobatic Exploits, Aerial Wonders, Wild Beasts, 500 Hoi-ses, 12 , Tcaits, Trained Animals, Curious Creatures, Etc. ' SPECIAL, FEATURES PROVIDED FOR CHILDREN TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY, AT 2 AND 8 P. M. DOORS OPEN ONE HOUR EARLIER. ADMISSION TO THE WHOLE SHOW, With a Seat, 50 Cts. CHILDREN UNDER 10 YEARS, HALF PRICE Private Roy and Reserved Seats Extra, according to location. All. Reserved Seat Tickets are Numbered. Private Box and Reserved Seats for Sale at Truppel's Drug Store, 92 Pacific Av., and on the grounds at hours of opening. All seats have foot rests. All tickets sold at regular prices. Beware of parties charging more. , OlAING TO THE STUPENDOUO SIZE OP THE SHOW NO STREET PARADE WILL BE MADE QUt n High Class and Very Expensive - - - FREE SHOW WILL DE GIVEN ON THE SHOW GROUNDS One Hour Before the Doors are Open

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