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THE OMATIA DAILY BEEi TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1902.
PDT DENTS IN JAKIE WEBER
Omaha, Batters. &ni. tb Southpaw Bit
Nsedlne; fcrr Tair.
ELEVEN HITS ARE WELL BUNCHED, TOO
Bam Hoi la Last tanlae; by Vlrta.
f Som. Welt Plac4 Iw'tti
ad a CoiU ( Mil
cifk Johnny Goading au6 Gsorge Btose, heron!
Johnny, because with -the scare & to t
sgsinst Omaha in the ninth Inning jMter
day be hit a beautiful single over the sec
ond sack and scored two men; 8ton, be
cause a few minutes later, with two outs,
be drove the sphere over the same spot
tor another single and a run that won the
game from Wizard Welmer. And Johnny's
batting average la .18?, ret be won Omaha's
game, for besides that timely stickwork
in the ninth be ec6red Omaba'a first run In
the fifth by smashing out a three-bagger
that brought la Hlckey, wbe had singled.
And so the Rourke meq have aeesawed
back once more to first place, and this time
there was no slnglag of "Ob, bow easy!"
by the boys la gray as their carryall took
them past the long Una of street cars. In
stead, some fan 'who had stifled a sob at
the sound of that tantalising refrain from
tbe merry nan of Kaw . town on Sunday
atarted K up on bis own account as the
visitors rode sullenly bp, 'and soon -the
whole line of cars caught It, so that thou
sands of people oJrged .the tateful tun la
tbe facea of the cowboys till their beads
ached and they wanted ' to fight.
Most sensational; wae tbe Tlctory, and
wildly enthusiastic was 'the crowd thai
witnessed it. All the. way it waa Kansas
City's game, and by a wide margin. Home
runs, two-baggers and triples, tbe Cow
boys made right and left at brat, and when
at tbe end of their halt of the fifth Inning
they had five tallies and Omaha none there
seemed to be no hope for the locale, for
Welmer waa pitching unapproachable ball.
Whoa Inwa Steadied Dorr a.
But there waa.- Right then Brown pulled
In a notch., Kansas City bad Ova hits to
date; both bunched ' and " big, " and with
errors by Genius and Thomas they had
amassed five runs. '. But from then on the
visitors never had a look In for mora scores.
Two more hits they got, two innings apart,
and Brown, waa steady and invincible. In
the sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth in
nings only fourteen Cowboys got to swing
In timely coincidence with this tighten
lag of the reins Omaha's own- batting took
a jump. From the fifth oa Kansas City
could do nothing. Till the fifth Omaha
could do bothlng. . Then, the bbye jumped
in. In the fifth It was a run on Hickey'a
single and Oondtng'a triple. In tbe sixth
came a shutout. In ths seventh it waa
two more on Stewart's and Hlckey's safe
onea and Thomas' three base drive, scor
log them both. In the .eighth came an
other shutout, and ... it seemed that the
promising rally was to be only an aggrava
tion of the impending, defeat.
The ninth atarted with Calhoun to bat.
With a triple already to his credit he
doubled, Cat, the man who', has made but
five hits In twelve games preceding today
But Cat haa got the clothes on again, and
when Stewsrt struck put the people were
still cheering, for that was only one. Then
Hlckey drew a base, and Thomas filled
them by batting ahe .ball lo . Allans who
tried to catch Hlckey at aecond, but failed
because Shannon dropped the leather.
Goading- Savee the Gaaa. -
Then came Oondlng, and ha did It. When
the crowd finally .found its aeata again Cal
and Eddie had Scored; and Johnny, waa on
first. Dolan batted for Brown, and atruck
out, but that did not matter, for the tally
was tied and Omaha --had a hunch that
the game was . won, because Stone was to
bat. He did it, too, and tbe single made
the third tor htm that day.
Umpire Latham had more trouble. He
waa almost as badly balled aa on Sunday,
and Hlckey of Kansas City waa sent from
the game for remonstrance In the third,
Allen coming in from right field to play
second and Twlrler Cable going Into the
garden. Both teams were badly crippled.
Dolan being out with a sore .finger from
Sunday'a game and Oenlns playing his job
while Carter went Into middle and Thomas
stayed la righU ; Waldroa for Kaneea City
is out with, a lama back, also from Sunday,
lie plays right field as a rule.
It waa ladles' day, a ad they were there,
all gaslng with admiring eyes on Johnny
aaa oeorge. it was a great Monday crowd
1,600 people. Today Kaneae City geU an
other chance. Friday will be ladles' day
again. The score:
renins, ss , 4
Calhoun, lb I
Stewart, 2b 4
rhomat, rf 4 '
Oondlng, c ,4
Brown, p t
Totals .'.....ss turn
Batted for Brown in the. ninth.
Xetcham, cf 4
shannon, ss 4
p.oblnson, 3b 4
Kemmar, lb 3
Armstrong, if 4
Hlckey, 2b 1
Cable, rf 1 3
Alien, rf and 2b...,,. 3
Meltt, c 4
Welmer, p 4
A W VBU ............ u- f J
Two out when, winning run waa made.
Totals ............ .34
Omaha 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 34
City ( t t I t I I t M
Earned runs: Omaha. 4; Kansas City, 3.
Two-base bltei- Calhounr Welmer (I).
Three-bate hits: Calhoun, Thomas. Oond
Ing, Shannon, Horn run; Ketcham. Sac
rlnce hit: Alien. Flrat base on ball: Oft
crown. 1; on "timer. 1. utruc out: Bv
, u m. w , vy ffninw, w - aeri on uaaea
Allen to Shannon to kemmer, Roblnon to
Aemuier, HtjMink o Alien 10 rinannon,
lime 01 game: i:za. empire: LJttham.
Peoria Wlae at fllaalatr.
DENVER. June 1 Today's cam waa
slugging match on both sides, th peorla
team having the better of It. Dundon
and Frlk for Denver matte three home
runt. Dundon two and Vaughan made one
A draught,; a Quick cold;
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, a
quick cure. ; Get well before
you have to think of weak
lungs, bronchitis, pleurisy,
-'pneumonia. Ask your doc
tor what he thinks of this
advice. If he has better,
follow it. If not, follow ours.
" I have found Arera Cherrr Pec
toral tbe beat all-round remedy for U
grippe, bronchitis, and other lung
trouble that I have ever need. It bat
benefited or cured In ever Instance.
M. Lode man, M.D., Ithaca, N. Y.
Attendance, efW. Score:
..I 0 1 1 1 4-11 1 1
..0 tl M 0 M -IIO' I
Batteries: Denrer. Waterbury and Mc
Connell; Teorla. McQIll and Wilson.
Dee Helixes Wlae Over St. Joe.
DBS MOINES, June 1 The excellent
work of Morrison in the box, supplemented
by superior batting and fielding, won Dee
Moines the game today. Attendance, iu.
R H C
Dee Moines.. .1 0 111 t I -U i
st. Joseph. ...a oeioeooe iim
Batteries: Des Moines, Morrison and
Hanson; St. Joseph, McFadden and Jtoth.
Brewers Lose te Sprlaare. ''
COLORADO SPRINGS. June i -Today's
fame up to tbe fifth inning was unlnterest
ng and full of loose playing.. After that
both teams steadied down, with the score
tied until the ninth, when the locals scored
the winning run by a bom run by Dren
ran. Attendance, W). Score;
i R II f,
olo. Springs. OSSOOOO iWl 14 i
illwaufcee ... 0 0 1 t 4 0 0 0 1-10 11 4
Batteries: Colorado Springs, Jones and
Baerwald: Milwaukee, Swormetedt, Thorn
ton and Han ford.
t.a.la. of the Teaa... ' ' '
Played. Won. Loet.
. . .457
uamea todav: Kansas City at Omaha.
Peoria at Denver, St. Joseph at Des Moines,
Milwaukee at Colorado Springs-.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
Senators ghat Oat Chloasma, Poaadlac
Oat Foar Home Raaa aad Total
f Twelve Raaa.
WASHINGTON. June 1 Washington
easily won today's game, Chicago letting
Only two men as far as second bat. Grif
fith retired In favor of Garvin after three
home runs and a double had been made in
the third Inning. Attendance, J.4M. score:
WASHINGTON. I CHICAGO.
ftr.n. cf..... tit Strang, lb
WolvertAn, lb t t I 1'jmm, el.
PelelMBtj, if lift arm, M.
Kolttar, lb... till Dl. M.
Ceathllo. M. i I I ft oiMertM. It
I 111 t UMII, IB.
1 14 1
lilt 0 n It. lb.
I t t I ejxrrtrluid.
nt it It n tt "i
Orlffltfe. ..... t
Otrvln. .... S
Totali 11 II 17 11 1
Totelt S M It I
Washington 1010011 12
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Earned runs: Waahlnrton. 7. Two-base
hits: Lee. Clarke. Home runs: Delehanty,
Coughiln, Clarke, Ryan. Stolen bates:
Coughiln (2), Wofverton, Delehanty, lsbell.
Double play: Coughiln to Carey. Struck
out: By Orth, I; by Griffith. 2; by Oarvln,
Flrat baae on bulla: Off Orth. 1: off
grtfflth, 1; off Garvin, 1 Balk: Oarvln.
eft on bases: Washington, 3; Chicago, 1
Passed ball: McFarland. Wild pi ten: uar
vln. Time of game: X:4S. Umpire: Bherl-
Athletics Take Three Straight.
PHILADELPHIA. June 1 PhlladelDhla
made It three straight over St. Louis by
seeping everlastingly at it. a nome run
drive by Pulls after chancea had been of-
i.rea to retire tne siae in tne nitn kcdi
the locals In It. Attendance, 2,140. Score:
- ST. LOUIS.
a. h o a. a.
HartMl. U... tilt
Borkrtt. If... I I t 1
tilti. et 1111
Heldrlck, of.. 1 t I
M'Cer-Iek, lb 4 S 4 1
Davit, Ik.... !
Crow, lb. I I I
Donebn. lb. V 1 s 1
terbold. rt... 1 I
Walltce, t.. 1 3 3 4
Pa4d.n. Ib... till
Croat, tt. Silt
Pow.rm. .... 11110
Malon.v. n.. 4 S 1 4 S
Cattro, lb.... 1 1 I 1
eufd.B, s i i e 4
Fow.il, 1 1 t 4
Hotting. . 1 I t
total I inn
4 r t i
Winning run made with two out.
St. Louis 13600010
Two-bait hits: Burke. Donahue. Padden.
roweii. noma run: runs. stolen case
Burkett. Double nlave: Mccormick to
Donahue. Castro to M. Cross to Davis.
First base on balls: Oft Hustings, 4: off
Powell, t. Struck out: By Hustings, I: by
oweu. z, wim nitcnes: roweu. 1: husi
Ings. L Time of same: 1:60. Umnlre: Con,
Boetoa Beats Detroit.
BOSTON. June 1 Boeton won In the
first Inning of today's game, batting Miller
put Of tne box. Mullln, who succeeded him.
neia ttotcon to on single in seven innings,
ctr, lb.... i l
Collin, Ib... 1
tuhl. ef 1
ft.rr.tt. ef... 1
rrwrnta, rt.. 1
HoIom, rf... S
parent, a.... I
Lel'ktae, Ik t
El barf .14. a. 1
MOIMaoa. lb., t
Dinea, p.... s
Mallln, .... S
..4 I tT 14 u
Total I 111 IM
Dlneen out. foul third strike.
Detroit 01000100 0-3
Earned runa: Boaton. 3: rvatrolt. 1
inree-Dase nit: t.ioerieia. Home runa
Freeman. Lacnance. Double play: Elber
feld to Dillon. First baae on balls: Off
inneen, i; or aiuinn, a. struck out: B
Dlneen, 4: by Mlirer, 1; by Mullln, i
Passed balls: Criser. Wild Bitch: Mullln
Time Of game: 1:46. Umpire: Johnstone.
.Orleles Troaaee Cleveland.
BALTIMORE!. June f. Strelt mm to
bltces In the third Inning of the game thla
afternoon. The team went with him, piling
up eix errors In five minutes. Attendance.
1.W7. Score: .
ALTIatORI). I . OIVfUXD.
a.H.o.A.B. I ' a.ua.A B.
kt.lUr. ef.... i I 3 -alrif.rto. of t l i t t
aalba.k. If... II iH.mthlll, If. t t 1
William, tb. 1 4 I 4
fwrmour, rt.. I 1 1 9
MaOeaa, lb., i I It
Wood. ib-.. l I
Bonrtr, tb... 4 1
Brtdltr, lb.. I
unn, at... I l t t oi
BrMnakaa. tb i I 1 1 1
RebtnaoB, .. 1 I I t
tkMlta. I e 01
B.nua, ...., t
Wright, lb... 4 4
Tttalt 14 14 IT 13 1' Totate...... 1 1 M It
Baltimore 11330010 14
Cleveland m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
uaennce hlta: Bradley, Gilbert, Selbach.
Thr-baae hit: MoGann, Breinahan.
Stelan batea: Hemphill. Roblnton. fiev.
mour, Gilbert (3), Hretnthan. Double
plays) Gilbert to William to McGann, Gil
bert to McGann. First base on ball: Off
Strelt, I: off. McGlnnlty, 1. Struck out: By
trelt, 1 Pataed balls: Bemls,' Wood.
tyiio pucnva: oireii i.j. i,eri on bate
Baltimore. 4: Cleveland. 7 Tim. r.t
1:4s. , Umpire: Carruthers and O'Lauah
, Otaadlntt ( the Tea aaa
' Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Phlladslphia 32 21
Botton 34 31
Chicago 31 li
Baltimore v.. 85 17 i
Detroit 31 It
St. Louis 31 14
Wathinaton t it
Cleveland 35 11
Oamee today: St. Louis at Baltimore
tnicago at rnuaaeipnia. Detroit at Wash
ingioo, soiion ai deveiana.
Yard Beye Wla Asala.
Th Union Stock Yards Juniors added
another victory to thtlr list laat evening
vr seivaiing ine vt oTKing Hove Of
Young Men's Christian association at
association's rrk last evening. The pitch
Ing of Caughey was th feature of the
game. The Yards Boys hit and scored al
most At will. Miller's throwing to bate
couia not oe improved upon, score:
v. B. . juniors. ,.. e e 4 1 o I 1 t t
Working Boyt...... lOOOOii it
Batteries: Working Boya. Fits and
v-oiucnui; juniors, caugney ana Miller.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Hew York , Cmaaa-ee Cat) tele, bat
rktlllea Walk Oaf with
NEW YORK, June 1 Flret Baseman
Doyle was deposed from hie poeltlon aa
captain of the New York team today and
oecona uaeetnsn Bmlth waa appointed cap
tain in nia steaa. The change, however, d
not bring about a chance In New York
loalna tirtak. for In th. am. ihia after
nooa Philadelphia easily defeated the home
team. Attendance, Z.aJO. Score:
rKlLAiBUHU. I MBW YORK.
a M O A I . H O A B
Taomaa ... ill 'joaa. ef I 4 1
antes. If.... till I Imi. aa tilt
leUa. Ik. I t 4 MctJMai4. rt. 4 I t 4
f"T. n ii iMri., lb....
tw. tilt t lM,
1IU. a. 1 I I 1 !!. M.
M.ilaua. lb.. 4 i 4 i lLiUar. Ik.
Chllta, Ik... 1 I I aiJacaM. If.
Ikm. 4 4 4 i tiUia. ....
tu 4 u rr ii i Tui ....." 7i n 7
Philadelphia 0 11000103-
new xortt ...,r .0 0 0 0 010 t 1
Earned runa: Pnllad-.lphU. 1; New York,
L. rirti na on error. ; Phlltaelnhla
lew Yeek. L Left on katte: phllipkta,
tv; ovw I era. u, Tw-baee mis; Doug
for the visitors.
late. Smith Three-base lilt: Thomas.
Stolen bates: Browne (J), Hanv, Hall
man, Smith. Double plays: Iberg, Dontn
snd Douslnts; Bean, Smith and Doyle.
Sacrlflce hit: Bean, Jone. Flret baae on
balls: OfT Iberg. 4; off Dunn, 8. Struck
out: By Iberg. I; by Dunn. 2. Time: 1:41.
V'mplres: Emalle and Cantlllon.
Staadlatj of the Teatae.
Played. Won. Lot.P.O.
rittaburg 3 30 .V3
Chicago 83 23 13 .7
Brooklyn 3 17 19 478
Botton 21 15 1
New York 87 1 21
Philadelphia 35 1 JO
Cincinnati 15 14 21 .
St. Loula 33 12 21
Games today: Cincinnati at Brooklyn,
Chicago at New York, Pittsburg at Phila
delphia, St. Louis at Boston.
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Baab'e Triple la Sevealh Cllackes
Game for ladlaae vrlta
INDIANAPOLIS. June 1 Babbe three
baae drive In the seventh Inning with the
bates full gave Indianapolis a victory over
Louisville In the cloning game of the
aeries. Attendance, 921. Score:
INDIANAPOLIS. I LOUIIVILLB.
R.H.O. A.K. R H O A S.
Hocrtmr. rt 1 K.rwta, .... 1 tit
Kuhna. if. ... 1 t
Klhm. ib I t
CIJTIB.r, CI. .. 1
Babb. Ib 4 1
Colltr, cf... I
K.llum, .... 4
Total I t 17 14 1 1 Total t 4 14 It I
IndlanaDOlla 0 nJOOOlO-
Loulsvllle 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-2
Rtaea on ball: Pv Keikim. 1: bv Kerwln.
Struck out: By Kellum, L Hit by
pitcher: By Kellum. Clymer; by Kerwin,
Babb. Two-base hits: O'Brien, Babb.
Double plays: Babb, Fox and Klhm;
rivmer and Schrlver. Stolen base: Fiour-
noy. Left on bases: Indianapolis, 8; Louis-
vllle, S. Umpire: Haskell. Time: l:.
Staadlaa; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P C
BL Paul ,
Loult vllle ...
Minneapolis at Milwaukee,
St. Paul at Kansas City, Louisville at
Columbus, Indianapolis at Toledo.
Pender Defeats Oakland.
TTrTjrvp-Tt Net.. June 1. (Snedal.V
Pender defeated Oakland on the Oakland
park groundi yesterday. AS It was the
opening day for Wells park, quite a crowd
waa In attendance. Score: Pender, 10;. Oak
land 4. Batteries: uaKiana, nearer ano
v c.H., whMif nri Rrhremnn.
Struck out: By Reger, 7; by Wheeler, 11.
At Evansville Evanavllle, 13; Bloomlng-
'At 'bavenport Cedar Rapids. 3; Daven-
P.1. 0. a
At lerre niui-uK"i'i
At Rockford Rock Island game post
Argei Make It Three Straight.
ttti o v i riTr it.k Tun. 9san.
hi The eame of baae ball between the
Argoe and the Swift and Company'e tesm
yesterday resulted In an easy victory for
the Argos. the score being 11 to 2. This
. .1 m M A V A 1. 1 - J ,.IaA a . 3 Aaa
is tne tmro game ana tm mi nmi ii
Ia Soatkera Association.
At Bhreveport Bhreveport, S; Chatta
nooga. 4. '.,..., .
At Mempnia Atlanta, m; m.rapni., .
At Little Rock Little Rock, 8; Nashville,
At New Orleans New Orleans, 7; Birm
Calender Wine First Game.
-.m t r-ni.riita-M defeated Randolnh today.
to 4, in me nrn gam ut iwiuiran
H.kM .b. i..arn. Hatrerie: 'toierinaa
Joye and Woods; Randolnh, Gilliam, Kin
aell and Beea. Umpire: Nobler
Oa Colleae Diamond.
At Bloomlngton, Ind. Indiana, 11; Minne
KNOCKS OUT THE BRITISHER
Kld" McFadden of Frlaco
Jeann Williams far Bantam
LOKDOK. June 8. "Kid" McFadden of
San Francisco knocked out "Jem" Wll
lltms of London at the National Sport
ing club tonight In the fight for the ban
tamweight cnampionsnip oi ine worn arm
a purse of 350. -
Th a fiarht waa tne tntroeic nve-rouna
contest which has been seen in London
fur inm time. A bl crowd attended. In
eluding Tom Sharkey. Out Ruhlln and
other participants in the pugilistic tourna
ment to be held here In connection with
iha coronation fettlvttlea.
McFadden could not tree down io ine
weight and waa allowed to go at 120
pounds. He forced the fighting from the
start and proved to be much stronger
than hit onnonent. Williams, nowever.
was very clever and had the better of the
third round. But the end came suddenly
at the close of the fifth, when McFad
den landed a half-hook on the English
Kaoekoat (or O'Brien.
PHILADELPHIA. June 1 Charll Mc
Keever was practically knocked out by
"Philadelphia'' Jack O'Brien tonight In
the first round of what was to have been
a six-round bout at Industrial hall. Five
seconds before the gong eounded O'Brien
landed a rlrht hook on the point of Mc
Keever a jaw and tne latter was carried
to his corner. He still had Ave seconds
In which to recover, but when time was
called for the second rourm McKeever
was unable to retpond. The referee de
clared tt a knockout.
WILL ADVERTISE FOR BIDS
Geaeral Coatntlttea of Coaaell Satis,
ata with Plaaa tor New
A committee of cltliens tntsreated In the
building of the Capitol avenue market
house, including Alfred Millard. L. V.
Morse, A. B. Huberman and Architect W.
T. Misener, attended tbe meeting of tbe city
council in committee of the whole Monday
afternoon and aubmltted plans for ths
structure. The committee was Informed
that, alnce the plana had been approved
by tbe city engineer, they suited the coun
cil. It was agreed that the city clerk
ahould be directed to advertise for bids.
Architect Misener said that, with th $15.
000 appropriated by tha eouncll at Ita last
meeting, be would be able to finish tha
central part and one wing of tba propottd
Mrs. D. B. Burrlght, who Uvea la Belvl
dere. was present to protest against the
mountainous condition of the landscape In
her locality, and to demand certain street
Imprevementa. She wanted especially about
fifty feet taken off the top of a bill at Thir
ty-sixth street aad Curtla avenue.
"Since they've begun to fence op the
gelds in this locality," aald she. "so we
esa't wind our way up the hill. It Is
absolutely impossible, and w can't get
coal, groceries or anything elee delivered
out there. Belvtdtre la cut off from the rest
of the world."
The matter wss referred to Street Com
A committee from Bricklayers' union No.
1 protested against the uss by the city
of Purlngton brick, made at Galeeburg, 111.
because the yarde there are now being
operated by nonunion labor. The spokes
man of the committee eiplalaed that he
did not expect the city to rescind any cos
tracta already let calling for the use of
this brick, but that In the event of let
ting any new contracts for brick work, the
protest of tke committee be borne la mind.
Councilman Hoy agreed to draw np a reto
lutlon to thla effect and Introduce It at
tonlght'a meeting ef the city council.
Nothlag equal t Prickly Ah Bitters for
removing that sluggish, bilious feeling aa
eotnmon la hot weather. It creates atreagth,
vigor, appetite aad cheerful spirit,
ALASKA VOLCANO IS ACTIVE
Eruption of Mount Blackburn in Southeastern
Portion of the Territory.
THRILLING ACCOUNT OF AN EYEWITNESS
Babataace Threera from the Crater
Hot Erea Warm, bat Consists
f Dnst, Rocks aad
SEATTLE, Wash., June .There was an
eruption of Mount Blackburn, southeastern
Alaska, on April 1L
A special to the Times from Skagway,
under date of May 23, says..
Accounts of a most thrilling nature re
garding the volcanic action of a supposed
harmless mountain in Alaska were brought
to this city by J. C. McFarland this after
noon. Seven weeks ago a slight earthquake
shock was felt in all parts of Alaska and
until today the phenomenon haa been unex
plained. Mr. McFarland, who la a geologist, hap
pened to be within a few miles of Mount
Blackburn. This story is beet told in Mr.
On April 11, about 7:30 In the morning,
I was Just packing my cooking utentlls
when the air about me suddenly became
oppressive with a distinct ana uncommon
silence. In my wanderlnga through dif
ferent wilds I had become uted to many
strange freaks of nature, but thin one ap
palled me. I wae In a rough, mountain
ous country, I should Judge about ten
miles from the bate of Mount Blackburn. In
southeastern Alaska, not far from the
starting point of the glacier, which, as It
rears Its face on the North Pacific ocean,
Is called Mulr glacier.
Peak of Mountain Opena.
Suddenly the earth beneath mv feet
hook; a low, rumbling sound accompanied
he auaklna. I alanced un at Mount
Blackburn. Suddenly. It seemed as If the
peuK naa opened ana tne point Durst out.
a cioua or asnes and smoke snot Into tne
air several hundred feet, and then there
seemed to flow from the opening In the
top a stream of dirty stuff, mixed with
large and small boulders. This continued
only for sbout ten minutes, and then
ceased as suddenly as It had begun. The
ir cleared and then nature seemed aaaln
to wear her cheery smile.
It was three davs. after many perilous
attempts, before I succeeded In reaching
ne nate or tne mountain, l nen I dtscov-
red that the country for mile around had
been affected. The small undergrowth of
trees had been entirely covered un. This
tun, which poured from the too or the
mountain, was not even warm, Dut seemed
to consist purely of dust, rocks and earthy
suba,ances. 1 stayed on the spot only a
couu..- or hours, then left for the coast
As near as I can find out this mountain
had never been considered of a volcanio
Teetlmony of Othere.
Passengers from Cook's Inlet, who arrived
by the steamer Chico, confirm previous
rumors of another eruption of Redoubt vol
cano, which la situated on the west side,
about forty miles northwest of Illamna.
Among them was A. C. Losey of Tacoma,
who has been In the employ of tbe Trans
Alaska company and who saw the present
eruption. He sailed from Illamna on tba
morning of May 8. From Illamna only
heavy smoke waa to be seen In the direc
tion of Redoubt, but they knew that the vol
cano waa in eruption again. Precipitous
mountains ahut off the view' until Chtco
waa reached twenty miles or so on their
trip up the Inlet, when the show became
thrilling. Dense black clouds covered the
entire region, spreading entirely over
Cook'a Inlet. At times the smoke directly
over the volcano region waa lightened to
a dark gray, but no flames were seen dur
ing the day and no asbea reached the ship
but when evening fell bright flames flashed
up and lighted the whole sky In that dlrec
tlon. The ship's course out of the inlet
left the volcano directly to the westward
at which point, Mr. Losey says, there
seemed a continuous sheet of fire rising
probably miles high.
VISIT TO SOUFRIERE CRATER
Aaaerlcan Scleatiats Find It Center at
Dittnrbancet oa St. Vin
NEW YORK, June 2. A Herald dispatch
from Castries, St. Lucia, says that Assistant
Curator Hoy of the American Museum of
Natural History, Prof. T. A. Jaggaer of
Harvard university, T. M. . McDonald
owner of an estate near Chateau Belalr on
tba ialand of St, Vincent, and others have
made a partial asoent of St. Vlncent'a Sou
frier. Mr. Hoy said regarding his trip:
The- old crater of the Soutrlere was the
center or tne disiumance. a e round an
other crater, which was a half mile deep.
There was a small, oouing lane at tne Dot
torn of thla crater.
We found no evidence of molten lava
having been erupted, but the Soufrlere
emitted vast quantities or asnea and clnd
The volcano is still active ana is a dan
gerous spot for explorers. Report reached
us upon our return here that another erup
tion iook place ai an eariy nour mis morn
Int. There was a decided earthauaks dla
turbance. The tummlt of the Soufrlere waa
illumined by a nery, vaporoua mats.
TO PRESERVE THE SEAL HERD
lteareseatatlvaxTawney Want Ber
las Sea Kegcotlatlaaa Reopened
WASHINGTON, June 2. Representative
Tawney of Minnesota today presented the
report of the ways and means committee
favoring a reopening of tbe Bering sea
negotiations with Great Britain with a vie
of securing the permanent preservation of
the aeal herd or else the destruction of
the herd with tbe exception of a few of
them for the preeervatlon of the species
The report lays:
"The killing of the aurplus female seals
will be an act of mercy, since It puts an
end at once to the extreme brutality of
the hunters' work. It will prsvent the slow
torture to death by starvation of tens of
thousands of helpless young, which Is off!
dally observed and counted every season by
our agents under the existing law and regu
latlons. for if we do it it Is but one kill
log and then th work Is ended. If not
done by us, then the Infamous and cruel
butchery of the female seal and the starve
tlon of the young by the hunter will con
tlnue year after year in the future, as hs
prsvalled from year to year since 1893. and
will end only with the extermination of
this seal life in the near future."
The report says that the young male
seals will be destroyed by 1906 and tbe
birth rate . will cesae on the breedln
grounds almost lmmedlattly thereafter. The
accompanying papera represent that ths
ssal bsrd haa been reduced from 4,700,000
In 1374 to, 224,000 at present, and that the
L'nlttd State has spent 91.441,331 since 1890
In protecting the herd over and above all
receipts for rent, etc.
UPHOLDS STATE QUARANTINES
aprenae Coart Declaret Right
Commonwealth ta Fla It
WASHINGTON, June I Th fnltel
States supreme court today dsclarsd ths
right of a tut i to pass lawa excludln
bodlee of people from going Into a city o
community, t hUh Is Quarantined. Tb
case In which ttU decision was given was
one which brought against ths Louisiana
Board of Health by th owners of the
Brlttanla. a French steamer, which aougbt
te land 400 Italian imtntgranta in New Or
Itaaa la 1373. The city then was loftatel
win yellow fever ana a quarantine was
I la force aga-rst It srd th Board of Health
The throo groat products of tho
N. Ii. FAIRDANK COMPANY, awarded
Gol d Medal s
at the Charleston Exposition.
tr wr mt f
awarded tha only Oold Madal grantad' to
auch product Cottolane ia a frving and
shortening- medium, which contains nothing
but pure, weet and wholetomvegetable oil
with jutt enough selected beef sust added
to obtain proper consistency. It la highly
endorsed by tha best authorities on cocking
and household economy and la used by
them in preference to any othar cooking- fat
It la not only far superior to lard and
othar cooking butter, but it ia mora econom
ical and healthful.
Cold Msdals, tho highest honor bestowed on any product havs basn awarded tho articles mentioned above by
tho special awards jury of tho South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition, at Charleston. Thaao
medals woro won in open competition with tho leading products of ths world and tho decision merely endorses and
emphasizes tho judgment of the public in pronouncing these artiolss at tho head of their respective classes.
The judgment of the jury as to the superiority of Oold Dust Cottolsne and Boar's Head Brand of Lard
Compound destroys the claima of competitora who manufacture so-called "just as good" products. If you would
have the best washing powder, buy Oold Dust; the best lard compound, buy Fairbank's Boar's Head Brand; the best
cooking medium, buy Cottolsne. All leading grocers aell all three products. Take no others,
THE N. K. FAIRS ANK COMPANY,
Cbtoeoo, " New Ycsfc, Beetan, 0t Loula, Hew OrUart, San rraneiaoa. Baltimore, .
eTaoaatv Philadelphia. Mantr!. Cn Hamburg. Cwravaay. London. England.
enforce! the state law authorizing exclusion
from a quarantined municipality; refusing
to allow the immigrants to land.
The owners of the steamer took the case
to the atate courts, where the decisions
were sgalnst them. There was an appeal
to the United 8tates supreme court and It
was proteruted en 'he ground that the law
U a violUk.-' of fie Interstate commerce
law anc. also In ccntraventlon of tbe treaty
of V03 with France.
The opinion of tbe aupreme court was
handed down by Justice White and sue-
talned the state law on the ground that
until congress takes the quarantine power
frcti tbe states, each atate la entitled to
rcake and enforce la own quarantine reg
Justices JJarlsn and Brown unite In a
dUscnting opiLiou .
KEEPS FINDINGS A SECRET
Secretary Moody Will Not Pabllaa De-
elaloa of laqalry lato Aanerlcaa
WASHINGTON. June J. Secretary
Moody has been Informed of the findings
of the court of Inquiry which Investigated
the conduct of the officers of the steamer
Chicago who were involved In the trouble
at Venloe aome weeks ago. Thla came In
the shape of a cablegram from Admiral
Crowntnshleld at Castellmsre, where the
European aquadron ia now lying. ,
The department dee led it well not to
make public at thla time the conclusions
reached by Hie court, which hence are
thrown into the field of speculation.
The present belief Is that the court haa
not aeen Jit to recommend a court-martial,
at leaet of all of the officers, but that In
view of the' clemency generously extended
by the king of Italy to the Imprisoned of
ficers, It is not regarded as politic now to
publish any conclusions by the court that
perhaps might reflect on the Italian Judgea
and police officers of Venice.
DAVID CITT, Neb., June (Special
La Roy Flynn and Miss Josls
Buckley were married last night at tha
reaidence of tha bride's parent in this
city by Rev. H. H. Harmon of th First
Christian church. About fifty guests were
present. Mr. Flynn la la the employ of
Swift Co. of South Omaha. Miss Buck
ley is the oldest daughter of A. P. Buck
ley of thla city. Mr. aad Mrs. Flynn will
reside in South Omaha.
ALLIANCE, Neb., June I. (Special.) W.
H. Dygert of Dea Molnee. Ia., and Miss Ag
nes Noble of Hyannls, Neb., were married
In St. Mattbew'a Episcopal church at Al
liance Sunday, June 1, Rev. Oeorge Bernard
Clarke, performing tbe ceremony and Hon.
M. F. Dorrlngton gave the bride away.
Whenever or wherever
It is found
In taste never varies.
A5.c and Purity
commingle to enrich the
flavor ar.d delight the taste.
Soa! M til Srrt-ettia afa ul kf lobktrt,
a a. UaUi 2 Sua. awuatrtVaa.
deservedly won' tha highest
Oold Dust ia acknowledged
to ba tha best and moat
economical washing powder
en tha market
It will clean anything elaan
abla clothes and dishee, pete
and pana, floora and doors.
Oold. Dust lightens labor,
, "Let tho Gold Dust Twins
do your work."
'TIS CHEAPER IN THE END.
l l.n ' l in 0" '
A FISIIERUAn 7
If so, before making any plans for
your summer fishing trip, you should
write or call on us for information
pertaining te the Lakes of Minnesota.
There are ten .thousand lakes in the State of
Minnesota, which are filled with Bass, Pickerel,
Crapple,' Muskalonce, etc
Remarkably low round trip tickets with long
limits, will be on sale all summer.
Information regarding fishing resorts, hotel
rates, aad round trip tickets will be cheerfully
W. H. BRILL,
402 Fartum St DIst. Pats. Aft., III. Cent. R. X.
tt la anything but pleasant to have a hot office In which to work during July
and August. The time to remedy this Is now.
There ts no building In Omaha ao well constructed with reference to the com
fort of Us tenanta in all kinds of weather aa The Bee Building. The court, with Ita
fountain Is not only a source of delight to the eye, but furnishes perfect ventilation
and the thick walls and aoutbsast exposure make It an ideal summer offics building,
There are 'fiot many vacant rooms In the building, but the movement In and
out of the building haa left a few of tbe very choicest rooms at your disposal.
List of vacant rooms in
. - Rental.
I Per Month,
irOSf Hi itztt feet. Fact Seventeenth street tuid haa windows along the
alley. This is a large, light room, a-d the rental price Include beat,
iigUl. water and Janitor strvioe. It has an entrance both on The Use
, building Court and Seventeenth atreet Price IS3.M
It'lTB XOli Thsre is no Oner office suite in Omaha than this one. It la located
Just oa th right aand. of ths great marble suurway, and naa unusually
larg wlntlow looking upon Ui front entrance way of the building. It
fronts on Karnaoa au t. Un room ia 17x1 and th. other Ixl I. it haa
burgiar-proof vault, marble aaanlet-piece, hardwood Hours, and will be
fratcoad to suit tenant trice ITt-8
ROOM 1U4I This roots la Just at the head of the main stairway on the Ural floor, ,
It would be a very daalrabl office for aom. rtal attal. man at ooa
- tractor. Tha floor tpaie U llxls led Price &C
ROOM SOB i Thla room la 21x1 feet and is very conveniently located near tha
elevator. A sign on the door can be readily aeen in stepping erf the eleva
tor Price IU.0I
UOOal aaa i Thla room 1 17x23 ft and will be divided to ault the tenant.
Thie teom is particularly adapted lor aom oonc.rn needing irg floor
apc aad is oacid.d.y litnuomi emce, having an lauiuui laving the
court and window looking wut upon H.venltwnih alreev. It hat a very
Urg burglar-proof vault, bard wood floors and is one Of the tuwloest o ra
ce ia the building Price He
UOOM 01i Uxll fat
has a larg burglar-proof vault and is wall ventilated,
aad for the price furnlahea Arsv-oleaa acoommadallons
IVITB ! Thla la a very large room, 17xO feet It facta west, but la vm-t
light and weil ventilated. It 1 vry atldom that apace of thie also la of
fared In The Be. Building. It eoald be uted to aavanug by some flrna
employing a large number of eleraa, or requiring larg floor apaoa a
wholeaal lawciar, or manufacturer agent, who would Ilk to be In a
fire-proof building, or It will be divided to ault the tenant Frio S9S.0I
ilOM B31i This room faces th court and Is 11x14 ft. It a burglar-proof
vault, and aa It ia near th telegraph office and on th sam floor with a
number of grain firm, it would be a particularly good room tut a grain
firm d.tliing flrtt-olaa accommodation Prto 120.01
SCITB OlOi UMa consists of two rooms. Until 141X1. Earfr aT tUtnt B a
larg burglar-proof vault, have beta newly deuorscted and are rooms
where any bustnue or proflonal man may ba oiimfm-taiilt.. llic tut
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R. C. PETERS & CO.,
Brand of Raflnad
awarded ths only Oold Medal in thla line
at tha Exposition. Tho bast known and tho
beat made brand on tha market It is neutral
in favor, odorless, and goes . farther in
cooking; than hog lard. It is superior in
quality and has bsen recognized aa tho
and best by experts and house-
wive tho world over, for over ZO years.
Beware of imitationa represented to bo
IT IS HOT.
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a nr. .in em
Haa good light.
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