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THE OMAHA DAILY Hi:K: MONI
MAY 12. 1002.
list snd the water In the crater Ink pa
country. Morris K. Jes-up will prelde aM
It la the intention to name a committee t-
solicit aubscri)tlon. Just what nature the
Id rendered will a?ume has not jrrt hern
decided, but it la prot'ahle. It Is sail, that
the work of relief will largely aretime a
character similar to that rendered by thi
Chamber of Commerce following the dis-
ster at (lalveston, Tex., and that the wer't
will bj confine! to members of the cham
ber, with such business men as may care
AM to- the Snffrrfm.
NEW YORK. May 11. It was announced
today that a meeting of th? Chamber of
Commerce will be heid Wednesday, at
(which action will be taken leaking to the
relief of the survivor of the calamity that
has awept over St. H rre and surrounding
cenied in a stupendous cloud of eieam and
The no'ees grew louder continually un
til Wednesday morning the old crater,
three miles In circumference, and tho new
crater, formed by the last eruption,
belched amcke and atones, forcing the resi
dents of Wallibou and Richmond Valley,
beneath the volcano, to flee to Chateau
Belair for refuge. The thunderous nola ri,
which were continually increas np v.r-
heard In neighboring Islands 2 0 mica
way. At midday the era tern ejected enoi
inoua columns of ateemy vapor, rising ma
jestically clfiht m'lrs hlsh anl expanding
Into wonderful shapes, rcfombling enor
mous rsu.iflowers. gipantic who -Is nnd
beautiful flower forms, all Btrculicd ip an-1
down and crcsswiHo with vivid (lathes of
lightning, awing the beholder. The moun
tain labored to rid lt.-elf r.f a rwi.s of mol
ten lava which laier flowed over In a x
streams down the side of the volcano and
the greater nolm s following united in nnj
continuous roar all evening, throUKb. the
Bight to Thursday mornini;, accornpaniii
with black rain, fnlliir dust and favilla
corlal, attended with mtdn ght d rkn ;
11 of Wednesday. On the morning cf
Friday there was a frmh eruption and
ejections of firy material, more dust cov
ering the Island, in some places two feet
Dead nl ft. Vincent I n. juried.
ST. THOMAS, D. W. I., May 11. Advices
received here frcm the Island of Pomlnira
today say that bouts arriving there report
that many pe-rs.ii-.g wore drowned while
crossing to Dominica from the island of
Martinique, where some of the out-parlshes
have been Inundated.
Tha eruption of Mont Pelce continues.
The lara Is progressing northward. The
whole northern region Is now a rocky
waste, denuded of vegetation. Report
from the Island of St. Vincent any that up
to the afternoon of Friday last over 2'0
deaths bad occurred there, owing to the
YOlcanlo outbreak In tbnt island. Definite
news, however, is lacking.
Many estates were destroyed and steam
nd ashes were belched forth from 7 in
the morning until 9:30 at nlaht.
The eruption Ir now Invisible at King
ston. Huge dust clouds were blown east
ward. Great distress prevails at St. Vin
cent, where there are many Injured per
sons. It la believed that about C'KI persons
have loe-l their Uvea at St. Vincent. The
majority of the corpses are still unburled.
The British royal mall steamer Soleni
baa gone from Barbados to Martinique
with supplies and doctors. From tho
island of Trinidad the British royal mail
tetearaer Kcnnett baa gone to Fort dc
France. The British second-class cruiser
Indefatigable Is on Its way from Trinidad
to St. Vincent with stores for the relief
of the sufferers there.
It Is reported here that Fort de France
Martinique) Is threatened. Great tension
prevails everywhere throughout the West
LONDON, May 11. Sir Robert Llcwellln,
the governor of the Windward Islands, has
cabled from St. Lucia as follows:
In continuation of my last telegram my
Intention was to go to St. Vincent in a
small coasting steamer, but I wan strongly
advised not to attempt the trip, rm th
titeamer narrowly escaped being wrecked
yesterday und an the weather was looking
very bad In that direction. The Island Is
invisible owing to a dense blackness of
cinders and fug. 1 am very anxiously
awaiting the arrival of a warship.
The colonial ofTlce announced today that
In addition to the British cruiser Indefatig
able, ordered to St. Vincent from Trinidad,
the British third-class cruiser Pallas has
been ordered to St. Vincent from Jamaica
with supplies for the sufferers on the for
EARTHQUAKE LEVELS OCOS
Devastates Guatemalan City and
Buildings Heaped In
It it Inn.
BAN FRANCISCO, May 11. Further par
tlculsra of the terrible earthquake In
Guatemala pn April IS were received here
today In a letter from E. K. Pearse, spe
cial agent of the Kosmos steamship line at
The letter, which la dated April 24, aays
public subscriptions have been started by
the Guatemalan government for the relief
of the homeless.
'"It Is feared," says Mr. Pearse, "that
the loss of life was very large, but no
estimate of the losa can be formed until
the ruins have been cleared away. The
city of Ocoa has been almost knocked to
pieces, the coffee warehouses, agency
house, hotel and other structures being de
stroyed. It U Impossible for me to convey
or clear Ides of the true states of affairs.
"There is hardly coffee plantation of
any description that has escaped. Machine
houses are down and heavy losaes have
been Incurred on every side. The city of
Queialtennno Is being practically aban
doned and It has been necessary to send
In thousands of Indians from all parts with
provisions, as the survivors are really
s Earthquakes Shake I nalaaka,
' SAN FRANCISCO. May 11. The Alaskan
Commercial company has receive! from Its
gent at Unalatka, Aleutian Islands, a let
ter dated April 10, giving Information of
volcanic disturbances In that portion. Tha
I'nulaska has been shaken up by earth
quakes lately and on several occasion
the ground was covered with Mne a-hes
from some volcano. Keports rtach ui from
Vnlmak to the effect that with everv
westerly wind the village Is covered with
lutna kind of ashes. Indicating that some
WMtern volcano is in action.
Comal Gora to Martinique.
WASHINGTON. May 11. The State de
partment received cablegram today from
United States Consul Aynie at Quaduloupe,
stating that be would leave for Martinique
tonight. The State department cabled
Consul Ayme yesterday to proceed to Mar
tinique and report on the situation there,
but It Is thought at the department that
Its Instructions have not yet reached him
nd that, realizing ths need of prompt ac
tion, he has gone to Martinique of his own
K. W. trove.
This nama must appear on every box of
ths cenulns Laxatlvs Dromo-Qulnint Tab
lets, ths remedy that cures a cold In on
day. 25 rents.
Easy to take, easy to operate-
FIGHT FOR PARTY CONTROL
Third Ward is the Center of a Hot light
in the Capital City.
RESULT IN COUNTY TO BE SETTLED THERE
Antl-1 lii.mpi.nii I'ofpcn Vat Forth
Mayor Winnett Tliolr amli
diete for Srnntr from
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 11. (Special.) The
fight that Is now being male by contend
ing n publican factions In the Third ward
of this city is conceded to involve the fu
ture control, for a year at least, of the
party niaihinrry of Lancaster coiiiuy. On,
one side are the friends and supporters cf
1). K. Thompson, confident end determined j
to ma. ntain supiemary, while on the other;
Side are his opponents, undismayed by
their recent el, -Tats. The enme republican'
clem- nts are at war throughout the city,
but the contest centers in the one ward,
white the lines arc drawn on the candi
dacy of Mayut Winnett for the s!a!e sen
ate. The Thompson element Is standing
for J. H. O'Neil for n nomination from
the city, while th? opposing faction Is de
termined In fav r of Mayor Witmett, a
resident of the ward.
On tho cntid.dicy of H. H. Wilson fcr
g ivi rr.or and K. J. Iturkett for congress
th-re Is ml opposition. Both have al
ready bicn indorsed at public meeting In
fie Third ward and it is conceded they
will hp g ven the solid vote of the delega
tions. The opposlt'on to Winnett Is press
ing forward Jc;ph Burns, formerly a
m mber of the house, nnd W. T. Roberts.
It is understood that one of these two
will soon withdraw from the race, leaving
his competitor a clear field with the ex
cep Ion of Winnett.
( harlcs J Warner and John II. Muckett,
who represented the county In the hous?
lust year, will probably be returned. J. H.
McClay is making a flht for a place on
the Thompson Jckct and may be success
ful. Besides Winnptt the candidates of the
antl fotce are O. W. Webster, C. S. Tolk
and W. B. Lvneh. all for the house.
Neither Bide has thus far Intimated any
favoritism to any candidate for senator
from the country precincts.
COLLEGE STUDENTS DROWN
Hoy Who niniot Snlm fiets Into Deep
Witter mill ciiiiinuln (torn
Down Willi Hint.
ORLEANS. Neb., May 11. While a
party of students from Orleans college
was bathing In Republican river iHSt night
cne named Berry, 21 years old and unable
to swim, got beyond his depth. Another
named Daniil-i went to his rescue and both
were drowned. The bodies were recovered.
Daniels' home Is at Logan, Kan.
I iivellltiK Soldiers' Moiinnicni.
MADISON, Neb.. May 11. (Special.) The
soldiers' monument here will be unveiled
next Friday, May 16, the committee having
decided on that date.
Hon. J. A. Ehrhart of Stanton will de
liver tho address and the Stanton band and
military company will attend. Invitations
will be sent to the governor, the officers
of the Nebraska National guard and the
Norfolk and Colunibus military companies
will be asked to attend in a body. It Is
expected that the ceremony will be wit
nessed by a very large number of people.
Trnln I.ond Attend Pierce Funeral.
TKC'.'MSEIl Neb., May 11. (Special.)
A special train was run over the Burling
ton Saturday morning from Pawnee City to
Waverly to accommodate the many people
from this part of the state who desired to
attend tho funeral of Charles A. Pierce,
which was held there Saturday afternoon.
One hundred and eighteen citizens of Te
cumsoh, Including the Klghts Templar,
Highlanders and a band, boarded the train
at this pclnt.
To Sanction I'aMnnue of Olfo I1III.
GIBSON. Neb.. May 11. (Special. ) A
n eetlng of the officers and members of tho
Nebraska Dairymen's association hns been
called to convene at the Lindcll hotel,
Lincoln, on Friday, May 18, at 8 p. m., to
ratify the passage by congress of the
This meeting all dairymen, creamerymen,
dealers In dairy products and others In
terested In the dairy Industry are Invited
to take part.
Ilrlnit Dac-k Soldiers' Body.
ST. PAUL. Neb., May 11. (Special.) Z.
T. Ltftwlch of this city has received a
telegram from the government stating that
the remains of Robin J. Todd, an officer of
the signal corps, lately killed In action at
Mi latum. Luzon, P. I., will arrive In about
six daya. Mr Leftwich was tho guardian
of the young inan. he being yet a minor
when he enlisted.
PmithTVlrU Coufesaea to Theft.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. May 11. (Spe
cial.) Judge Paul sentenced Jack Smith
wick to one year in the penitentiary. Smlth
wlck has Just given himself up and con
fessed to a theft of some hogs a year ago.
Tho stock dealer who bought the bogs re
turned them to their owner and the amount
was made good to the stockdealer.
Iln le Case Gets Another Trial.
BEATRICE. Neb., May 11. (Special.)
The Jury disagreed In the case of the Slate
against R. P. Boyle, a Wymore saloon man,
charged with selling liquor on Sunday.
About twelve witnesses were examined, In
cluding Detectives Malone, Franklin, Bent
ley and Evans. The case will again come
up for trial May 19.
City Appeals llimrd's Derision.
BEATRICE, Neb., May 11. (Special.) A
case entitled the CJty of Beatrice agalnjt
Gage County was tiled In district court
here Friday. The case is one wherein the
city appeals from the decision of the county
board, whiih recently refused to grant the
allowance of $3,000 In road tax claims.
Prohibitionist .aiue Otlirera.
BEATRICE. Neb, May 11. (Special.)
The prohibition alliance met and elected
rPlcers for the year as follows: President,
Horace Langdon; vice president, R. Davis:
I secretary, A. A'illins; treasurer, Jerry Al
! br!at; chaplain, John Reicker; marshal.
Tararet for II ml Ebb a.
I1NO PINE, Neh., May U (Speeis,.)
A lively brawl was had hers last night over
a hypnotist who attempted to give an ex
hibition ct the opera house. His perform
ance was so rank lht he was howled off the
stage, pursued all over tha town and rotten
F.Ik CreeU lrua Store Sold.
ELK CREEK, Neb., May 11. (Special.)
Dr. S. Howard, who located at this place
about a seek ago, purchased J. T. Burress'
drugstore this morning for a consideration
of $3,500 cash. Mr. llurress will probably
engage In the restaurant business.
.olf tinb for Ueatrlee.
BEATRICE, Neb.. May 11. (Special.)
At a meeting held Thursday nli'ht prelimi
nary steps were taken by largs number
of fleatrlcs young peopls tor the orgaaUa,-
tloa of 4 golX club.
REMEMBER DEAD COMRADES
Illalr ft. A. It. I'a .ee la I Tribute
to I.. Vk'. Oalinrn, ho
ptr-il In Knnion.
BLAIR. Neb.. May 11. (Special Tele
gram.) Following the order of their rltuul.
Impressive memorial services for members
who had died during the last year were
held at their postrnom by John A. Dix
post. Grand Army of the Republic, thU
afternoon. Hon. L. W. Osborn, late consul
general to Apia, Samoa, first commander
cf this post and who had served five terms
as suih, was the only member who died
during the IofI year. Tho room was bea'i
tifiilly decorated with buniine. flags and
flowers, and a large portrait of Mr. O?born
was placed in the center of the room.
The choir sang "America." followed by
"Lead, Kindly Light." eung by Miss Ger
trude Mead. Rev. Jobn Patrick, a lifelong
frirnd of Mr. Osborn, in a short address
paid a touching tribute to his memory as
he spoke of his private, public and Boldler
life. Over fifty members of the post were
present, who, with the Woman's Relief
corps, their families and friends, entirely
filled the hall.
DELL II. GOODRICH IS DEAD
Secretory of Oinnlin Street Itallvtay
Company Stiecniiilm to
T pbo-l'neiinio it In.
Dell II. Gnodiirh, secretary of the Omaha
Street Railway company, died at his resi
dence, 1012 Georgia avenue, at fi o'clock
Sunday morning, after an illness of a week,
apod .'4 years.
Mr. Gcodrlch went to Chicago a week ago
Saturday night. While there he became
suddenly ill nnd returned, accompanied by a
physician, lie was taken to his home and
remained there until the end. death being
the result of typho-pneumonia.
Mr. Goodrich was born In Brandon, N. Y.,
May 13. IStS. He came to Omaha from Chi
cago in 17;, as manager of the business of
R. G. Dun & Co. He left that company to
become superintendent of the Omaha City
Water company, where he remained until a
change in the management, when he ba
came secretary of the Omaha Tramway
company. At the time of the consolidation
of the street car lines of the city he was
chosen secretary of the Omaha Street Rail
way company, which absorbed tho other
companies, and held that position until his
There survives him his wife and three
children. Walter Goodrich, who is now In
the Philippines, where he served as a sol
dier in the volunteers; Clayton Goodrich,
who resides In Kansas City, and Miss Ger
trude Goodrich, who resides at home. Mrs.
Brainard of Iowa City, a sister of the de
ceased, arrived In the city Sunday morning
and will remain until after the funeral, the
announcement of which will be made later.
DENVER, May 11. George Prltchard, an
actor, la dead of typhoid-pneumonia at St.
Joseph'a hospital. He was leading comedian
of the Denver Theater Stock company when
Btricken with Illness. Mr. Prltchard was
31 years of age. His mother lives at Griffin,
Lieutenant Governor of Wlsensln.
WATERTOWN, Wis., May 11. Jesse
Stone, lieutenant governor of Wisconsin,
died tonight after s lingering Illness of
cancer of the stomach.
Iiiiitilwrntlnn Knlnea Land Values.
ABERDEEN, S. D., May 11. (Special.)
The rush of settlers and land buyers Into
South Dakota is again Increasing. The
month of May promises to be a record
breaker In that respect. Farmers sre
coming to realize desirable lands cannot
be had as cheaply anywhere as right, at
home, and are rather Inclined to buy land
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Shon-era and Cooler In Western Ne
braska and Fair nnd Warmer
In F.imlerii I'nrt.
WASHINGTON, May 11. Weather fore
cast: For Nebraska Showers nnd cooler In
west; fair and warmer In east portion Mon
day. Tuesday fair; winds mostly south.
For Iowa Fair nnd warmer Monday.
Tuesday fair, with east to south winds.
For Missouri Fair Monday and warmer
In north portion. Tuesday fair, with east to
For Kansas Fair Monday and Tuesday;
For South Dakota Showers Monday, ex
cept fair and warmer In extreme west por
tion. Tuesday fair; variable winds.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BT'REAT',
OMAHA, May 11. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
tlu corresponding day of the lust three
lf'i2. 1901. lfloa. 1W,
Maximum temperature... 89 tS 69 !-2
Minimum temperature.... 4:1 63 45 ft
Mean temperature 6S 7i 57 fH
Precipitation . .( .(
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha, for this day and since March 1,
Normal temperature 58
Deficiency for the day 2
Total excess since March 1 2M
Normal precipitation 13 Inch
Delliiency for the day 13 inch
ToihI precipitation since March 1. .2 Ro inches
Deficiency eince March 1 3. 55 Inches
Detleii iu y for cor. period 19"1 1.29 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period liJ 46 Inch
ltrporla from Stations at 7 1. M.
CONDITION OF THE
Omaha, clear 6: t .(0
Vaientlre. dear M 2 '0
N .rth Platte, clear mi t2i .10
Chevetine, rloudv 5 7'-'! 2"
Salt Iakc City, clear 72 Tl, T
Rapid City, part cloudy "nl 7ii T
Huron, cloudy ti 74 .00
Wllllston, clear 74 71 10
Chicago, part cloudy -4'tl 4 s I .00
St. luls, part cloudy 741 "ii .
St. Paul, clouily 51 5t .uo
Davenport, purt cloudy W 4 .(0
Kansas city, clear Tii 7." .00
Havre, clear 741 71! .n)
I.--- Ml t'.; .il)
Bismarck, cloudy 70 72; .(aj
j i-.t sum, pei cioudy 7b, 76 .'-4
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH.
l.CCa! puicuaai GiTiiImI.
and drops out
meat just now
OMAHA WINS BY SLUGGING I "
Southpaw Jakie Weimcr Properly Ham
mercd During Nine Innings.
KANSAS CITY DEFEATED IN HITTING MATCH
Both I'ltrliera t sell Itniighlv, hut
Itonrke Family Fields Better Than
lannlnsn antl 9corea the
KANSAS CITY, May 11 (Special Telc
Rram.) There Is Joy in the camp of the
Hourke tribe tonight, for the Omaha bnnd
still remains at the top of the list In the
Western league race, a position of which
they were very doubtful a few hours ago.
Had the Mannlngltes captured the second
game of the series at Sportsman park this
afternoon, as for a while It seemed very
likely tho Kidnapers would have been ousted
from the first berth and the locals shoved
to the front. The Kansas Cltyans, realiz
ing that this game meant more than usual
for them, went into the fray with the deter
mination of loosening the visitors' hold on
the coveted place and the Nebraskans wers
Just as determined that they would not be
bmlped, and they were not. the Omahogs
clinching their position for two more games
at least by pulling the prize out of the fire
In the ninth inning, making the score 7 to 6
In their favor.
Fleming and Calhoun were the players
who did the trick with a double and a
single. Welmer, the big southpaw who has
been winning everything attempted of late,
was selected as the twirler to go In the box
for the locals and slny the present cham
pions, but somehow the crowd from up the
river would not daunt as Denver and Colo
rado Springs had done, nnd thirteen hits,
Including threo doubles and two triples,
were picked out from the assortment of
Welmer must have good support when he
strings out and his backing today was not
cf the type that would tend to pacify him
when he saw things going wrong, five er
rors being made by the men behind him.
Three of the black marks came In one
Inning, the third, but at that, Welmer
tried hard to pull his team through to
victory, knocking out a home run In the
sixth inning, adding two runs.
Kansas City started out In the lead with
ono run, but the Nebraskans passed them
In the third, scoring three men on Car
ter's, flenins' and Calhoun's doubles and
three errors. The locals again went to tho
front In the fifth with three runs and two
more were tabbed In the sixth. In the
seventh the Omahas got their batting lamps
to working properly and laced out two
singles and a triple, chasing In two men,
tlelng the score. The score remained a
tie until Rourke s men came to bat for
the last time. One man was gone when
Fleming rapped out a beauty for two sack-..
Calhoun came up next and dropped a pretty
single Just over the infield, scoring Flem
ing. Calhoun tried to stretch his hit Into
a two-bagger and was caught at second,
which cut Omaha out of a run, as Dollfb,
the next man up, hung a trl-saeker on the
right field fence. Dolan died, on third,
Stewart, the next man up, striking out and
ending tho agony. Attendance, 1,580.
AH. R. H. O. A. E.
Carter, rf 5 1 2 0 0 0
(lenins, cf 5 2 2 2 0 0
Fleming, If 5 2 2 5 1 0
Calhoun, lb 5 1 3 7 0 0
Dolan, hs 5 0 2 2 3 1
Stewart, 2I 4 116 3 0
lilckev. b S 0 0 3 2 0
Go tiding, c 4 0 1 3 0 1
Alloway, p 4 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 40 7 13 27 11 2
AD. R. H. O. A. E.
Ketehem, cf..'. 6 1 4 3 2 0
Hhannon, es 4 2 1 0 0 0
Waldron, rf 4 0 2 4 0 0
Robinson, 30 5 0 1 0 1 2
Kemmer, lb 4 0 2 11 0 0
Demontrevillo, 2b 4 0 0 4 2 3
Allen, If 3 0 0 1 0 0
Missltt, c 4 114 0 0
Welmer, p 4 2 J. 0 4 J
Totals 37 6 13 27 9 6
Omaha 0 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 1-7
Kansas City 100032000-6
Knrned runs: Kansas City, 6; Omaha, 4.
Two-base hits: Kelchem (3), (lenins, Cal
houn, Fleming. Three-base hits: Calhoun,
Iolan. Sacrifice bits: Welmer, 'Waltlron.
Ilickey. Stolen bases: Shannon, Stewatt.
Double plavs: Ketehem to Demontreville,
lilckev to 'Stewart. First base on halls:
Off Welmer, 1; off Alloway, 2. Hit by
pitched ball: Hy Alloway. 1. Struck out:
liy Welmer. 4: by Alloway, 1. Time: 1:40.
Denver Defeats MllvauUee.
MHVWAt'KEK, May 11. Denver easily
cantured its Urat game of the season In
Milwaukee by superior batting. Attend
ance. 3oo. Score: rue
Ponver 2 0 1 0 2 0 t 0 1 8 13 6
Milwaukee ... 1104)00000-231
Batteries: Milwaukee, Iucla and Ielber
hart; Denver, Wilson and Whitrldge.
St. Joseph Defeats Dea Moines.
ST JOSEPH, May 11 Maupln saved to
day's game with Des Moines, striking out
three men in one Inning. Attendance, 2.WW.
Scre: R If E.
St. Joseph 0030001 7 10 I
Des Moines.... 00002001 S-6S2
flatteries: Des Moines, Daman, O. Wllk
lns and Uobeck; SI. Joseph, Maupln and
I'rorla Vtiua from Millloiialrra.
f'EORIA, May 11. Peoria won from Colo
rado Springs today after ten Innings of a
well played game. More than 5,0u0 persons
were In attendance. Score:
It. I I E.
Peoria 0 02000000 13 8 2
Colo. Sprlngs.2 00000000 0-2 50
Batteries: Peoria, Cox and Hayes; Colo
rado Springs, Newmeyer and Arthur.
Standing; of the Trama.
Won. Lost. P.C.
12 3 .HO0
11 5 .6S
9 6 .)
7 9 .4'
6 9 .400
6 8 .3X5
6 10 .375
4 10 .2S6
at Kansas City,
Kansas City 1?
St. Joseph 1?
Colorado Springs Id
Des Moines 14
Colorado Springs Ht Peoria. Denver at
Milwaukee, Moines at St. Joseph.
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Milwaukee Celebrates Its Home Com.
Inic by Inning an Km
MILWAUKEE. May 11. The Milwaukee
team celebrated Its home-coming by win
ning an exciting twelve-Inning game from
Toledo by a score of :i to The game was
a pitchers' battle throughout. Among the
features was a hit by I'arrott In the sev
enth, bringing In two runs anl tlelng the
score, (iitigman scored the winning run
on a base on Lulls, a stolen base and a hit
by Speer. Attendance. 6,'A. Score:
MILWAIKEB. I TOLEDO.
Mailman. If.. 1110 linn ma. sa ... 1113 1
M. Ilri,:e, rf.. 0 0 1 0 0 Millar, rt 0 0 1 0 0
Parrott. rf . . 0 10 0 o smltti. 3b 0 110
Duuaan. lb. 0 10 1 0 Tin "r. lb... 8 1 11 0 0
M Antra, lb M 1 I 0 I . I Ik a. if 0 110 0
( llniinan. aa. 1 0 1 T 0 Vmyrrt. Ib... 0 0 8 1 1
Oratia. 2b 0 3 1 4 0 Oner. If 8 0 4 0 0
Speer, c 8 3 ft t Ohleinww, c.. 0 1 ft 3 0
Allrotk. p 1114 0 Pardee, p 8 8 0 t 0
Totala 1 10 3 21 l' Tulala 1 IS 31 1
Two out when winning run scored.
Milwaukee . .1)0000020000 13
. oledo 1 O1000O0G00 02
Two-base hits: Turner. Parrott. Sneer.
Base on balls; Off AUriwk i. off Pardee,
i. Hit by pitched ball: ciilk. Stoli n base:
i tingman. bacrinee nits: Mi urine (31
Dungan. Grant. Miller. Meyers. Struck out
Hv Altrock, 6; by 1'ardee, 1. Left on Oases:
Milwaukee, 14; Toledo, a. Time: Suu. I
Mlaueauolla Takes AuutUrr.
MINNEAPOLIS. May 11. Minneapolis
won tlie Keeiuid ama of the home eriea Lv
Umvly hitting and holm I fielding. CbupeUkl
wua hit Irctiy in the first six Tiininga, but
ihn hits went u ataUsi-ed. ioruvh, new
for ttio locals. At-
nilaric-, 3.5"0. Score:
K It OAK
II O A G.
I 1 ii ii
I M irrmwy. 2b 3
rrtn. r' .
fiiyi. ;h l
I.m h. i t. ... I
Wr.t-ii. lb.. 1
W'oimlt. rf . . . 0
Mi -Karlnnil. If (1
("HKltMlIll, in (I
7.hi5ky. c. . . 0
I Imppirkl. p. t
Spurer, p 0
ii ll.mnnii. lt .
0 Kloun.rri. If. 2
0 linn il l, -b . . 1
II SplrR. c 0
1 -Inner, if. l
liTmim hill. s 0
i'S. haiib. 3b . 0
Ii t'll.ikl. . p. . 1
Totnli I 11 27 1 i Tulalu " 12 24 1.1 :!
Minneapolis 1 0 3 0 0 2 2 S
Louisville; 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 07
Left on bases: Minneapolis, 1"; Louis
ville, pi. TwD-basp hits: Lym h. Murris
sey. Sacrifice bits: I'hvle, G; nzel, Kir
win. Stolen bases: Mm r'lssey, 1 byle, Ki r
win. Ci.'tnnim t.'i. Strut k out: ity Dunkle.
3; by Sporer, 1. liases on halls: i iff Ch:ip
elskl, 4. lilt by pitcher: Hy Cbapelskl,
Sporer. Inning pitched: Hv t hupelskl, ii;
by Sporer. 3. lilts: Off t'htip-iskl, o; off
Sporer, 2. Time: 2:lu. Umpire Eluight.
Home linn Only Score.
ST. FAl'L, May
game for the lnnno
the eighth Inning.
Sinlhoff pitched g.
11 Shay won today's
team by a home run In
Until Ferguson nnd
tod ball. Attendance,
K. It OA
(!iMr. 3b 0 0 0 2
Milan). If... 0 110
Shv. nn 1 1 ft 2
KHIey, lb.... 0 0 12 0
Shannon, rf.. 0 0 2 0
l.umlrjf. rf : . . 0 I 0 (I
Hulk-inn, 2b.. 0 1 1 I
Hurley, c 0 04
Feraunon. p.. 0 0 0 2
ii Hnirtrver. rf 0 1 0
1 Kiihim. If..
1 Coulter, rf... 0
n Kllini. lb 0
0 o'llrieu, ga... 0
(l llalih, 3b 0
H Km. 2b 0
O.ltevden. c 0
oiKuiihufl. D... 0 0 0 4 0
Tutala 1 4 27 12 21 T.Hala 0 2 24 Hi 0
St Paul 0 0 It 0 0 0 0 1 1
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Earned run: St. Paul. Home run: Shay.
Sacrifice bit: O'Htien. Stolen base: tleier.
First base on balls: Off -Suilhnff, 4. First
base on errors: Indianapolis, 2. Left on
bases: St. Paul, fi; I nillunapnlls. 3. Strm k
out: Hy Ferguson. 2; by Hudlinff, 1. Time:
1:14. I'mplre: Timlin.
Kaunas C ity Onlnlais Col tiniliua.
KANSAS CITY. May 11. Py hard and
timely hitting nnd clever buso running
Kansas City easily defeated Columbus
today. The weather was Ideal and l,t"0
people attended. Score:
KANSAS C1TT. COLl MUfH
R II I) A B
R It O A K
4 0 il Hart, cf....
2 0 (li Mi anry. rf.
0 2 3 0 0
1 2 0 0 0
0 0 2
0 I'il.aiiy, ir.
0 0 3 ii
2 3 0
1 t 3
0 1 3
0 1 1
1 0 It
Hovl lie, c...
O Hrlen, 2b..
t 1 2
0 0 1
Suitress, aa.. 0 2 1 3
0 0 2
Totala It 27 13 : Totals. 4 S '.'4 2
Kansas City 4 2 0 1 O 2 0 0
Columbus 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 04
Earned runs: Kansas City, 3; Columbus,
1. Two-base hits: Kothfuss. Grady. Nat
tress. Three-base hits: Grady. Evans.
Stolen bases: Hnthfuss (3i, Grady C'l.
Double piny: Lewee to O'lirlen to Grady.
Pases on balls: off McDonald. 1: off Ptls
ter. 5. Hit bv pitched ball: Hy McDonald,
1. Struck out: ity McDonald, 2; by Pi'ister,
I. Time: 1:45. I'mplre: Hulger.
MniielliiK !' te Teams.
riayed. Won. Lost. P C.
Columbus b 11 5 .tM
St. Paul 15 lo 5 .H'ii
Kansas City 15 9 6 .On
Louisville 1 9 7 ..rM
Indianapolis 1" 8 7 .53:1
.Milwaukee H t! K .t'.'O
Minneapolis 1" 4 11 -i7
Toledo 13 3 10 .2:tl
Games today: IxiulsvlIIe at Minneapolis,
Indianapolis at St. Paul, i'olulo at Mil
waukee, Columbus at Kansas City.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York Wins from St. I, on Is liy
Heavy HlttinH In the
Mnth I nu In it-
St. LOCIS, May 11. The New Yorkers
todav won the game In their half of the
ninth Innlns; by slusglnK Wielter's slants
with vengeance. Four singbs and three
runs were counted for the New Yorkers
In this Inning. The game was prettily
played, and was not won until the last man
went out. Attendance, 7,b0U. Score:
NEW YORK. ST. UlUlS. y
Vanlt'tren, If 0 2 0 0 o'psrrell. !b...O 1 1 i 0
liroiltr, cf.... 0 0 2 0 II! Dunnvan. rf . 1 1 1 1 0
Lailer, 3b.... 0 0 11 0 (inioot. cf ... 1 2 2 0 0
Ilnyln, 1b.... 2 2 12 2 0 llarrlay, lf...l 1 1 0 0
Smith, 2b.... 2 4 11 O'KrilK-r, as... 0 112 1
Tlean, aa 0 0 2 2 0 lUnman, 3b. 0 3 6 0
Ja kann. rf.. 1 2 1 0 Hvan, lb 0 1 12 0 0
llnwrrman, c. 0 0 6 1 0 Nlrhola, c... 1 1 4 0 0
Taylor, p 0 0 1 4 0 Wli ker, p 0 0 0 3 0
Totala ... C 10 27 15 01 Totala 4 10 27 17 1
New York 0200000035
St. Louis 20001 100O4
Earned runs: St. Ixiuls, 4: New York, 3.
Two-base hits: Jaekson, Ryan. Nichols.
Three-base hit: Smoot. Sacrifice hits:
Donovan, Wicker, Hean (2). Kroner, Kar
rell. Double play: Kroner to F.irrcll to
Hvan. stolen riases: Hean hmlth. lid
pitches: Hy Taylor, 2. First base on bulls:
on lcKer, on layior, i. rtrucK out:
Hv Wicker. 2: ny Taylor. 4. L,trt on puses:
St. I-rfiulB, 6: New York, 6. Time: 2:08.
Brooklyn Mints Out CIiIchho.
CHICAGO. May 11. Brooklyn shut out
Chicago Ir a closely contested game by op
portune, hltttp.-,. Newton was In excellent
form and had his opponents completely at
Ills mercy. Attendance, 17,000. Score:
K M O A E. K.1I.O.A E.
riolan. cf 0 1 2 0 0 Slagte, rf 0 0 1 0 0
Krrlvr, rf 0 1 2 0 0 Williams, II. 0 0 0 0 o
Sberkaril. If. 1 1 1 0 0 Ilrxtrr. 3b... 0 116 1
Mi'I'recry, lb 0 0 10 0 0 1 onKalton, rf 0 1 1 0 0
liahlrn. sa... 12 12 1 I'hanir. c... 0 0 1 0
Hood, 2b 0 0 12 Oitiwr, 2b 0 10 10
li wlu. 3b 1113 0 O'Hauen, lb. 0 0 16 0 0
Ahem, c 0 17 1 OlTliiksr, sa 0 0 13 0
Newton, p... 0 10 2 OlTaylor, p.... 0 0 1 a 0
Totala ... 3 27 10 l Totala ... 0 3 27 18 1
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 03
I-eft on bases: Brooklyn. 8: Chicago, 4.
Two-base hits: Dolan (21, D iblen (2t.
Home run: Sheekard. Sacrifice hits:
Abern, Flood. Stolen bast: Williams,
Irwin. Double play: Irwin to MiC'reery.
Struck out: By Taylor, in; by Newton, 6.
fasneci ball: Anern. cases on nans: tin
Taylor. 2; off Newton, 1. Hit with ball:
Sheekard. Time: 1:35. I'mplre: Emslle.
rittaliurK Smothers tinelnuatl.
CINCINNATI. May ll.-Doheny pitched
superb ball today und let the Cincinnati
team down with six bits and no runs. The
playing of Pittsburg was good, while that
of Cincinnati was very poor. Tliey could
not eaten anyirung. r-rrors alter error
was made Iwhlnd Currlo until the crowd o.
came disgusted. After Ewing went In,
however, they settled down to better worn.
Attendance, .10,000. Score:
FITTSUCRd. i CINCINNATI.
K.H.O.A.B. K. H. OAK.
Havla. rf 1 3 0 u Hoy. cf 0 2 0 1 0
1 1 4 0 0 ; tx.l, ha, If 0 0 3 0 0
4 0 0
3 0 0
lleaumoiit, cf 1
lleikley, lb . 0 1 In 1 1
W'aioit-r, as... 1
1 raartord. rf. 0 1 1
Iraiianrld. lb 0
link, il) Oil
Kltihry. 2b.. 1
Lea. h. 3b ... 1
Smith, c 1
Lii'lieny. p. .. 1
4 tl I 'ori'Oran, aa. 0 1 3 I 1
(I Strlnfrld. 3b. 0 I I 1
0 flaiK'n. o 0 V t I
1 0 Curne, p 0 0 0 1 0
IKwlng. p 0 0 1 0
Totala ...10 1(27 Ul Totala ... 4 27 17 6
Cincinnati 0 00000000 0
Pittsburg 1 7 2 0 0 0 0 0 010
F.arned runs: Pittsburg. 6. Two-base
hit: Hoy. Three-base hits: Lavis, Leach.
Stolen base: liurke. Double play: Cor
coran to Hick to Hecklcv. J-irst base on
balls: Off lCwing, 1; iff Doheny. 2. Hit by
utct.ed null : ny noinny, i. strueg out:
tv Kwlng. 3; by Doheny, 1. Passed ball:
riergeti. Time: l:fu. Empires: power und
Siandluir of the Trama.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg 1 IS 3 .K1
New York 1M 13 7 .i3
Chicago 1 in 6 .2"i
Boston ii 9 8 .,' it
Philadelphia U 8 M .114
ltruuklyu J ti M .4"i
t iminnati in 7 13 .3.0
St. liuis hi 4 12 .25u
Games today: lirooklyn at Chicago. New
York at HI. Louis; Huston at Pittsburg;
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
;!ari Hrtorns lo National l.esane.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., May 11 Spe
cial.) Fred Glade, last season with Des
Moines us pitcher und who this season
Joined the National ieugue, returned hone
ten days ago on account of a slight dis
agreement with the management, but will
leave the early purl of this week to rejoin
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
ClilraKO Makes a Hall? and Almost
Wins tint lu Cloaini:
DETKtliT, May JL Mullln pitched a
great ktaine for seven Innings this after
noon, but In the eighth und ninth Chicago
hammered out six runs and tied th Score,
laagtrf was suLatitiiled in the middle? of the
ninth Inning lu the tenth Mnijlte got a
base on balls. Huelow ran for him. Ha
am advanced to second by faaev a Infield
bit avail cored on ilavrlv'a two-Uiayjer lulu
man. played centertUiil
erowd. winning the (:.-itne
. be. Hi
K 11 O
-I. ... 1 2
v. If .1 1 1
' Stranc. Tt'
ll A K
.i t :
l 1 !
, t . . i 3 o i f (;r-,-ii. if
' '. II.
0 I a v : , . n . 1
1 II M KTil. rf 1
I M.. II. Ih I
0 I'alv. i 2
0 S'lllllMl. . .. t
0 PI ,lt. p. 0
0 I'alt.-rn.iil. p. I
2 4 4
0 1 II
2 12 2
1 ii .1
3 6 1
tl ,1 1
0 1 V
Totala Ill 2li :tli 21 2 T'.lali !".'! 31 ."
Winning run made with two nut.
I'ltnit 1 I o o 4 2 0 o l l-l.t
Chteag'i i o o o o o 1 3 :) (i- li
lntiliiK's pitched: Hv Mullln. ("v; by Y.tger.
l'; I v lii'.t. f: bv Putters..!!. '. Hasc bus:
ctf Mi:iM!i. ii. off e:tger. 1; off Piatt. 7: i IT
i iitti rsoti. It. Twii-Oase hits: ll.iti. y.
Holme ct, lili'iisnn. M.tiuire. AT lliln i :.
I 'a is, Midi. Sullivan, Pnlv. S n rillee bit s :
(Iriiti. 11. .M.-Kiirkitul. Stolen bne: J.-tf--.
1'irst Ii.i.-i... on bitl'a: off Miiilln. . off
Patter,.,,,,. 1. lilt by pll, her: Hv Mulllc.
U. l-irst b--e o:i errors: lietrolt, 'J; Chl
ct'eo. '. l.ftt on buses: lietrolt. V tit!
cnuo, 9. Struck out: Hv Mullln. Slr.tng.
li'.ly; by Pititt, Harley, Ulllon, Mullln; liy
i 'ii tlersoti, Hatrett. Double plavs: Patter
son to Isbell In Stroiir. i';it;. rv u to ;v
M Isbell. Wild pitch-: Mullln, Patter
son. Time: 3:10. linpirc: Jolmst one.
flOMinn f,ct ! Siiriu'lne.
NEW YORK, M iv II The Pnslon Amer
ican league base ball team pl i-,l mi i -blbltioti
g.mi- with Hi- )1o)iok-ii pio.t..
slonal nine nt llol'ok-'i tm!.i ;i,,d was ,1--I'-i'ted
hy it re. ire o' ti to :t. The It-ston
play-rs oii'batteil the local nine, but their
errors In the litid proved costly. Score:
Ibiboken 0 2 1 0 Ii 0 ii :, H 7 t
Hoston " 1 (I 0 1 o o 0 1; 11 4
Hatti-ries: Hol.oUeti, Mi-Phllllps nnd
Lamar; I'.oston, Alliclull und CrUi-r. I tn-
SffiiitliiiK aa f Hie Tcinii.
Pinved. Won. Lost. PC
St Iouip 13 li .ii.;
Philadelphia 1 In Ii .nl"
l In. i. to 11 - ,i -,s
I'.oston tl 11 7 .5 2
Detroit 1.1 7 I, . yt
Washington 1'! 7 !' ."li
Pnltlmore HI o 11 .3 3
Cleveland IH 4 12
Games todav. Chicago at Detroit. St.
Louis at i. clati'i : W ashington at Italil
morc; i'.oston at Philadelphia.
Mop (inuie In hteli lloth Mile
lielded Well, lint Neither
Inatiility to hit W elch Is til- only reason
the Crcsaa-nts i-un i;ive lor not beating t!i
Oiiginnls yi-.d-rduy. Welsh was v-rv wild
and conltibiited one of the two lie. lint;
errors charged to his side. He .:is given
splendid support by his team mat-s. Cap
tain Ilriidford having it very busy day. iii
Crescents were strong In the field, ton, but
the originals got their live hits w-11 to
gether, and won a very nice game. About
KiJ people watched it. Score:
AH. It. lit. PO. A. E.
Waller, 3b 3 l it l 3 0
Lawior, ss 4 3 1 tl
Welch, p 4 1 1 0 3 ' 1
Jelen, if , 3 0 1 3 0 0
Taylor, cf 4 0 0 10 0
Hradford, -li 3 O 0 ii 4 1
Foley, llj 3 0 1 l I li
O'Keefe, c 3 0 11 s 0 11
Scully, rf 3 0 0 11 1 0
Totals 311 o 5 1'7 11 2
Alt. It. 11!. PO. A. E.
Hall, 21, 4 0 0 1 2 0
Clement, If : 4 0 0 0 tl 11
Diamond, rf 3 0 II 11 (1 1
Henry, c 4 0 'I 12 tl 1
Mlnnlkus, ss 4 1 0 1 1 tl
Drlseoll, 3b 4 0 1 0 3 0
Campbell, lb 4 1 1 ! 0 0
Lueltrs. cf 3 0 2 tl 0 0
feuffelder, p 3 0 0 1 2 0
Totals 33 2 4 24 8 2
Originals 1 11 0 0 0 2 0 2 5
Crescents 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 02
Three-base hits: I.awior, Wedch. Hase
off balls: Oft Welch. 2; off Kaffelder, 2.
Hit liy 1'itih' d ball: Hy -X, I, h. 1. Wild
jiitches: My Welch, Struck out: Hv
Welch, X; by Saffelder, 12. Time: 1:25. Um
pire: Huck Keith.
Ilnll Pin vers Defer In court.
CLKVKLAND, May ll.-Tliere was no at
tempt to play a game of professional base
bull here today by the Cleveland American
league team. The base ball people decided
not to oppose the sheriff s determination
to stop liny attempt at a game ami presi
dent Kilfojle of the local team said that
111 deference to the court, bi lole the argu
ment for un Injunction was made and
which has not yet been rendered, 110 game
would lie played.
Killed by n IIiinp Ilnll.
WKST CHKSTKH, Pa.. May ll.-Wulter
L. Myle-s, son of Miles Myles of Kdward
dale. near Wllkesbarre. Ph., a junior pupil
of the Normal school of this citv. died thli
in n-i iiijuii irum ininiies recen t'U liv beljiK
....l. i... .. ..I...1 1 1...0 t . . . . .
1 iiiwii uuiii in lui n' t-ri'iii'i liv lieijii
l,,.l lor n .l,.l....l I... II I ...,'
. .. ,,,tii oeie ycsici iinj .
he bnll bit Myles behind the left ear and
""i' -o oe Kiouuii. ric wus ii years
At Kvansville-Kvansville, S; Hock Island,
At Terre Haute Terre llnute r.- iv,i
At Decatur Davenport, 6; Decatur, .1.
At Hloomlnuton HloonitinMoo r,- iim.x.
Peorln Slgna a Miortatof,.
PKORIA. May 11. (Sneeb.t Tnt...rrv i
illlam Klilev has been l, .-, I ,w i,nn.
stop for IN oria. Muhntu-y. w ho plaved that
position has been released, as well us
At Memphis-Memphis, 5; New Orleans, 4.
Slnnx Fulls Win In Kle-vnif h.
SIOUX FALLS. S. II. . Mav 11. rSneelnl
Telegram.) The ball gamo here today be-
iwcen moux Falls and Kock Rapids resulted
In a victory for Slrmx Falls hv a xrnra of
4 to 3, after eleven Innings of play. Ilat-
tertes: Sioux Falls, Swalm and Jones;
Rock Rapids, Hopkins and Rude.
ClC ftfl To Denver; Colorado
VlUtUU Springs fiiJ Pueblo,
June 23 to 24, inclusive.
Juns 1 to 13, "
01ft lo Denver, Colorado
QltVsUU prin;4s and lueblo,
June 1 to 21, Inclusive.
June 25 to 30, "
QdJiUU anJ Ot-dcn, L'tuh
August 1 to 14, Inclusive.
o cilen wiuid
June 22 to 24, inclusive.
June X to 13,
tWUiUU and OKden. L'tuli
June 22 to 24, Inclusive.
June 1 to 13,
June 1 to 21, Inclusive.
June 25 to 30,
ftfl '1'" Salt Lake City
COatiUU uad Udcn, l'tuh
June 1 to 21. Inclusive.
Juns 25 to 30, '
July 14 to 21,
an Francisco or
Los AiikcI-s, Cal.
May 27 to Juns 8, Inclusive.
August 2 to 10, inclusive.
OIC fin '' I'ortUnJ, Ore.
V'vUiUU l.icotiia and Scuttle,
May i7 to June 8, Inclusive.
July 11 to 21. Inclusive.
CITV TICKET 01 HCt, U24 FARNAM STRI ET
Valuu Station, lUtu and Marty, rbous 29.
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