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THE OMAHA DATLY BEE: TlITJItSDXY, JUNE
LAJ01E BACK IX THE CAME
Calibrated Quaker Plata EU First Tims
, with Cleveland,
" r a a. ex ait a . ...., . .
urLNi ur Al OA I WUH A TWO-BAGGER
Vhloaae Take th Beaaeaters fraat tb
Bay Dowa ta Llae la a
Cloeely Played Coa
CLEVELAND, June 4 Napoleon Lajole
flayed hi first game with O.velend today.
Cleveland won out by bunching hit, two
taut double play spoiling Bonon'l chance.
Attendance, 9.S27. Score;
CLEVELAND, i". BOITO.
A H O.A.M. B.H.O.AB.
Plrkarlnn.. at. I S 1 S 0'rVvnrfirt. If 1 1 1 I I
V ei.nlllne, ..
0 gtahl, et
McCarthy, If. 1 f 1
Flick, rf 4
Laiole. lb.... 1 1 1 I
H IrkTUII, IB II 1
Bradlar. lb.. 0 1 1
tiochnaser, 0 f 1 7 I
Wood, . A II t
Moor, p 0 010
4 I 17 U 6
totals ... 1 IMV 1
Batted for Prentl In the ninth.
Cleveland 0 j ) I 1 J J H
Boston 2 00100000-3
Earned run: Cleveland, 2. Two-bM
hit: Bradley, McCarthy. Lajole, Wood,
Freeman, LaCJhance. Sacrifice hit: Lajole,
Stahl. Stolen ba: Pickering, Freeman.
, Double plnvnt Bradley to Lajole to Hlck
iman, Gochrteuer .to Lajole- Hickman.
'J-"lrt baae mt ballet' Off Moore, J; eft
Prentiss. 1, Left on bae: Cleveland, 4;
Boston, g. - Struck out: By Moore, ; by
Prentiss, 1. Time: 1:40. Un.ylre: John
stone. Senator Tr, Detroit.
V WASHINGTON, June 4-Today's Mini
was a slugging match, with Washington an
easy winner. Attendance, 1,342. Score;
Bran, cf 1111 l'Barratt. ef... 1111
o Hoima. rf... 1
0 Hrlt. If I I 1 t 1
0 EfWfeld. M. I 1 1 1 1
1 0 I'lMT. lb.... 1114 1
1 OOlraaon. 2k.. il
Olllon. lb.... 1 1 10 0
Buelaw. a.... 0 1 1 1 0
1 0, Millar, p 00
Cranio, p.... 0 0 1 (
.11 II 37 10 II
Total! ... It 14 11 1
Vahlng-ton 4 a 0 0 v S 0 4 1J
Detroit o ooeaa i
""Kerned runa: Washington, : Detroit, 4.
Two-base hits: Ddehanty, Wolverton.
Three-baso hit: Keyater (21. Barrett
Buelow. Home ran: Ryan. Stolen baees:
Keyster (2, Couchlln. Barrett. Caaey.
First bale on balls: Off Miller, 2; off
vronin, l. mi Dy pucnea oau: By carrirk.
1; by Cronln. t Struck out: By Carrlck.
I; by Cronln, 3. Left on bases: Wahlng
v'olrt'n, lb 1
Iieltb'lr, If.. 1
Kfyrir, lb.. 1
Cnusnlla, aa. 1
Carer, lb ...
Lea. rf 0
Clarke, e.... 0
Carrlck, p... 1
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ton. : Detroit. I. Wild fitch: By Cronln.
Time: l.e. Umpire: Sheridan.
Chleaan Shata Oat Atkletle.
Tnit.Ant:t.Ptlt A. June 4 In the fare of
rtteron uprb p'tchlnir the rhllarlel
Dhta teem 414 not have a look la today.
the fielding of the champlona was flawless.
Attendance, 1.M7. Bcere;
CH1CAOO. I PHH.ArEl.rHIA.
a y O A K.l R.H.O.A.B.
atrang. 1... 1 1 1 1 Kernel. It... 0 110 0
Jnw H...1 I trait. l f 0 1 0 0
DtMM, tt. ..J 1 I 0 ODana. 1S....0 lu 0
rxnTT a ... tint r, lb. 0 0 I 4 0
MrtM. II.... 1110 I fyboli. It.. I I I
hall. Ik.... 0 I M M. rreaa, a. 4 1 1
Daly, lb 0 1 t 4 0 Towera, .... 10 4 1
llltn, a . 1 I 1 1 OCaairn, loll
PetMreoe.. p. i 0 U ilta, p .... 0 1 I 0
Tata I ... I 17 11 o) Total ... a IT 14 4
Chicago 1 ). Ot-l-a
FhlladelphlA u v u o v e u v
Karned run: Chicago, . Two-baae hlta:
trana. Caatro. Sacrifice nlta: Sullivan.
Fnlt. Stolen base: Strang, Jonea, Green.
Left on bae: Chicago 10; Philadelphia, a.
Bare on banc Utl wim, i; on fattemon.
Hit by rttcner: y ratteraon, l. struck
out: By Patterson, 1. Wild pitch: By
Wilt. Time: 1:40, Implre: Connelly.
Briffii Wla frosa Baltlaaar. .
BALT1MOHB. Juna . Fielding errwr
and Inability to solve- the ewvea of Har
per were reaponaiDi tor tooay s aeieat ot
the locals by St. Loula. Harper was put
out of the gam for protesting agalnet the
umpire's rulings. Attendance, iML. Hcort
IT. LOUI. I BALT1MORB.
R H.O.Am R.H.O.A.B.
Bwfaett. II... 1 1 1 0 Keller. .... 1 10 0
rioaca. ir.. i i e e l
Williams, lb. I It I I
tqnmr, tt. 0 1 t 0
Mcuaaa. lb.. 0 1 0 0
Olltwrt. aa .. I 1 1 4 1
Brasn'k'a, Ik 0 1 1 1 1
Roblnaoa, ., t 1 4 I 0
Howalt p... Mill
Totals ... 1 I 17 li i
Total ... t 11 IT 11 I
St. Louis ..... HHII1M
Baltimore O 0 1 1 9 0 a
Sacrlnc hit: Suaden.- Two-base Mta:
Belbach, Mccormick. Three-base hit: Qll
bert. Home run: Burkett. Stolen banes
Keller, Mreenahan. Powehw DouDIe olava:
Breenahan to Williams to McOann, dllbert
to McGinn. Wallace to Padrlen to Frell
First base on balls: CrfT Howell, J; off Har
per, 4. -Biruca out; try iiowii, e; ry iriar-
per, S. Left on bases: St. Loula, 5: Baltl
more, 7. Time: l:i. Umpire: McLaugh
lin ana terrumers.
taa4lac at the Teaaae.
Played. Won. Lost. P C.
Philadelphia M 23 11 .i7
Botton ii 21 14 .tow
Chicago 34 19 tt .559
ttammore 37 is It .4X7
Waahlngton 37 17 ' .46!
uetroit ,. 33 id 18 ,4o6
St. Louis 33 15 18 .4'o
Cleveland M 12 24 .233
Games today: St. Loula at Baltimore.
Chicago at Philadelphia, Detroit at Wash
ington, uoaion at Cleveland. . ..
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Olaats Break Into the Contest Again
by Defeating; Chloasma la -Tenth
Malaney. tt. 1 I 1
HHdrlrk. cf. I I 1 1 0
rrlal. Ik.-.. I I I I M
Wallace, aa.. 1 t
vrort. I. I I I
PaSdan. lb.. I I
. 1 I
, I I I I ei
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in on a new model NATIONAL,
CLEVELAND ar RACYCLK. equipped
with a coaster brake and cuihlon
frame.-" To'u "have no Idea how much
pleasure you -can get by riding a
wheel Hh latest equipments. Wa caa
allow you more now for vour old
wheel than, any ' other time. New
I heels as low as 115, easy term Sup.
I pile and repalrlaa) at toe-eat price.
NEW YORK.' June 4 New Tork broke
the- Ice. with a. vlr.trv lodav. defM.lfne
Chicago In a ten-Inning game. Jackson,
wno covered lertneid ror tne Mew loras,
waa released and Hartley played the post
tlon. McDonald, who covered rlghtAeld for
iv ew i or a Monoay ana y-eteraay, toia
Secretary Knowlea todav that he did not
think he waa fast enough far National
league company ana wni noma to Dela
ware. Attendance, il.ouu. Hcore
KBW TORK. CHICAGO.
Clark, cf 11
Bran, aa 1
Mlicbell. lb.. 1
Dor I., lb ... I lit
Laadar, lb... 0 0 1
M.r, s. ... I I I
'Hasan, rf.. 1
Ecoa, p... 0
1 1 I 01
4 0 10 It ol
Jonea, ef 1
Daxter, lb... 0
Coosaltoo, rt 0
Brbafw, lk.. I
Ijowe, 16. .. 1
Tlnkar, as... 1
WUltanu, p.. I
If.... 0 110
1 Ml 14 4
' 'One out when winning run was made.
Batted for Evana In the tenth.
New Tork 2 00001000 14
Chicago ...0 001140 10 0-3
Earned run; Chtcasro. First baae en er
rors: New York, i; Chicago, a. Left on
bases: New York, 4; Chicago. 11. Two-
base hit: Smith. Three-base hits: Tinker,
Slagle. Stolen bases: - Kli., Hartley.
uoudis play; Bean to Hmlta to poyle
8 serine hits: Jones, Congalton, O Hagen
(2). rirst Base on Dans: on wimama. i:
off Evans, 4. Hit by pitcher: By Evana, L
Biruca out: toy wiiuvma. t; ry Kvana, x.
iime; j:v. umpire: uantiuon.
Pirates Win with Willow.
PHILADELPHIA. June 4. Pittsbursr'B
heavy hitting waa responsible for Philadel
phia's defeat today. Macee was knocked
on me ruDoer in tna nrst innmg ana vug
gieDy, woo wa auMtituteo. waa an re
peatedly. Attendance, 1,(61. Score i
FITTBBURO. ' PH1LAOELPHIA.
- R.H.O.A.B. I R.H.O.A.B
Darla. ef 1 0 1 0 0 Tkomaa, ef .. 0 I 10
Clarka, If.... 1 10 1 Brown.. If... 0 110
Baumoat, ill I M I DousUaa. lb. I 1 11 0 0
v. asner. as. . f 1 1 11 Barrr, rt 0 0 0 0
Branef'ld. lk 1 I 10 I 1 Jarkllleh. c. 1 1 1 1
Rltchla. Ik... 1 1 i S Hilxiu. aa. 114 11
Lcack. lb.... 1 1 4 4 0 Hallman. lb. 0 1 1 1 0
Imlta. .,.., 1 I 4.l'CblMa, lb..'.. I 111
Tannahin, p. I ' I 1 C I Haa, p 0 0 0 0
. -.T.-ZT.-,1'- i
imii ,i, I n ii ii i
S Total. ... 4 I'M 10
Warnst out; hit by batted ball, , - . ,
Pittsburg ,2.0 0 0 1 1 0 1 27
Philadelphia .6 I t M 1 M M
1. Two-base hlta: .Wagner, Douglas, Huls
wltt, Hallman (2). Sacrifice hit: Davis
Htoien oase: Brananeia. ue.ioie play
Ieach to Kite hie to BranBfle d. Lnft on
bases: Pittsburg, 12; Philadelphia, k Baaes
on dbiib: un ranneniu, 1; on Magee, i;
off Dugfleby, 4. Struck out: BV Tanne-
in, a. ruiro ran: jacauicn. xime; j,:se.
impirea: Browne ana fower.
Bosto'a Beats it. Loala
Duncning nits in tne nrsi iwo innings.
at. Louis neiaea in raggea atyie. Attend
ance, a.iuu. store: -
Boston. i rr. louis.
Luab, ef..... Ill OlParrall. k... I I I I
Tanoay, lb.. 110 0
lads. s a 1
Coeiar, It. .. 1 I I I ei
Oram'sar, 111 I I I I
Dooovaa, rf. 1 1 0
w icker, cf. .. 1 J
Barclay, If.., 0 0 1 0 I
Krusar. aa... 1 I I I
Ursabaar, Ik t I II 1 1
rianaan, lk. 0 1 I I
J. O'NalL o. 0 t I 1
lunkant, p.. I 1 0 t
, OKall... I I 0 I
I I 1 0 t
Da meal, Ik.. 1114 1
Klttrld. .. I i 10 1 l
wulia. p i I I 1 i
ToUl ... 1 11 IT 10 .
Total ... I T M IT.
Batted for Dunham In ninth.
Boston I II I M 1 M
8t. Loui liOOOOOOl-i
Earned runa: Boston, a. Two-base hits
Cooley, Wicker. Home run: Lueh. First
baae on bails: Off Willis, 2; off Dunham,
2. Hit by pitched ball: By Willis,
Struck out: By Willis. 7: by Dunham.
Passed ball: J. O'Nell. Wild pitch: Wll
lis. Time of game: 1.63. empire: O Day.
Brldegreome lereslh Btralarht.
BROOKLYN. Jun 4. Brooklyn added an
other came to Ita winning streak today
making aeven straight since the team
came nome, uncinnati oeing again ae
featea. Attendance, J.euu. ucore:
R.H.O.A B K.H.O.A E-
Dolan, ef.,.. I til I Hoy. cf II
Kealar. rf.... till 0pabbs, If.... 110
tttackard, W. I 0 I 0 OlPlali. lb 01 11 1
MCnary, lb. 1 I M 0 Crawford, rf. 0 0 I 0
lkle, as... 1111 0 alasoaa, lb.. 0 0 I I
yiood. lb.... 0 111 OlCorvoran, aa. 1 I I I
Irwin, lb.... 0 I I I (laialal'dt, Ik. 1 1 I I
Farrall, .. 1 I 0 ;lirg.n, 0 0 11
Kltaon, p.... fill Ewlita. P I I I I
Tout ... I U It U a " Totala ... I I 14 11
Brooklyn 10 1.10 10
Cincinnati 0 I 0 4 a 11
Earned run: Cincinnati. 1- Brooklyn.
Flrt baa on errors- Brooklyn, 1. Left
on oases: Cincinnati, s: Brooklyn, 8. Two
lae hltsi Dobbe. Sleiiifeldt, Irwin, Keeler
Hum luu: McCrevry, Stolen baaea:
Hheckard. Irwin. Double plays: Flood to
ijanien to MciTeery, ioo to MeCreery
irwin iu r looa, Corcoran- to adagoon 1
Ptetx. llcta to Corcoran. ' Sacrifice hli
Keeler. lrat base on bans: Oft Swing,
2. Hit by pitched ball: iy Ewlng. I
Struck out: By Kltaon, 4; by Ewlng, 1
Passed ball: liergen. Time of game: 1:44.
umpire; cmsne. . , .
standing of the Tea at a.
Played. Won. Lost P.C,
Pittsburg : , at 7 .i
Chicago 15 13 .8J8
Brooklyn M ', 11 .11 .iou
.-New or ,, , ii . ii g
Boston 3S It 10
Philadelphia . 1 21 .43.'
ncsiinail J7 . 14 Z3 .S;i
Cincinnati ..J7 . 14 23 .3
St. LOUIS ..: ' 12 22 .371
dames today; Cincinnati at Brooklyn,
i nicago at nw iora. r utaDurg at rhila
aeipnia. at. ixiuis at tioaiou.
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Walter Wllaaet sal Mta Orphaaa Caa
trlbate ta Praaaatlaa af
MINNEAPOLIS. June 4-Mllwaukee
batted l.uther bard In the fourth today
and watt the gaiae la that ianlasi. Cbap-
R.H O.A E I
.. 1 1 I
elakl went In In the fifth end held the vis
itors to two bits. Attendance. l,a. Score:
R.H O A. I I
Tkell. ffH 1 4 1 0 Curler. Ib
liman. rt. 1 1 1 0 rhvle. lb.... 1 I e o
kaakl. Ik... It 1 -La-h. at ... I 1 0 0
IrBrlda, cf.. 110 0 W erdan. lb . 1 II 1
ungan. If... 110 0 Wllmnt. rt 10100
-And'r'a. lb 0 0 I 1 1 MrParlaad. Ill 1 I I
llnaman. aa I 1 I I I O'Ull.a. aa... 14 1
spowr. e 1110 ,laliakr, a... 0 1110
itrock, p... o 1 0 T ui . p s a e i a
Cbapleakl, p. 0 I 1 7 0
Totala ... I I 17 II I
I Total ... I I V 11 1
Milwaukee I005010I 0
Minneapolis I0I11II0 02
Earned runs: Minneapolis, 1; Milwaukee,
Two-base hlta: Phyle. Chapleskl, Speer
(2). Pasaed balls- Sneer. First base on
balls: Off Luther, 2; off Chapleskl, 2; off
Altrock, 2. Struck out: By Altroca, .
Left on bases: Minneapolis, 10; Mllwau-
1 CI ... I 1 . , VI.DI.i.i
Time of game: 1:65. Umpire: Ward.
Toledo Plteher Loeea Gaaia.
TOLEDO. June 4. Pardee was wild to
day, aivlnar nine baaea on balls and losing
the game. Attendance, 800. Score:
1NDIANAPOU9. I TOLEDO.
Hop-larar. rf 1 I Kiwll. If 0 1 ( 0 0
Conna. If 114 0 liriuraa, lb.... 1 1 I I l
O'Brtea. aa.. 1 1 I I 0' Smith. Ik I I I 1 1
KUiia. !.... I IU 0 IITuraas. Ik... I IT
Bl)h. lb....'. I 0 I t 0 Fulll. rf 1 10 0
reeltar. af... 1 1 I 0 Otkletnew. ee. 1 I I I I
Tax. Ib 0 114 Ollka. ef I I I
Woodruff, c. 0 I 1 1 0 'Oranltia. ... 0 110 0
wiiuasia, p. I a pa rax. p.... s e l
iacrall. p... s e
touis ... s is n u ii
Totala ... I 11 I I I
Indianapolis 00O4IO40 -
Two-base hits: 8mlth (21. Klelnow (2.
Knoll. O'Brien, Coulter. Stolen bases:
Fjltx. Klhm. Double Dlavs: Klelnow to
Turner, Burns to Turner, ttiruck out: ay
Williams, 1; by Pardee, 2; by McNeil. 1.
passed ns n: ornmus. First bam on Dans:
Off Pardee, t: off McNeil. 1; off Williams
2. Wild pitch: Williams. Tim of game:
3:10. umpire: llaskeii.
Colsnbsi Loses to Colenele
COIA'MBUS. June 4 McMaekin Ditched
good ball, but the slow fielding of Columbus
in tne lourm lost tne game to ixuisviue,
Attendance. 2.93L Score;
LOCIIVILLB. COLUMBI'3. I
Karwln. rf... 111 Hart, ef 0 tool
Cllmar, cf.... 0 0 0 Manny, rf..., I 0 I 0 0
uannon, id., a a u a i uuy. ir o 1 o o
Oamel. lb...0 1 I I 0 Mrera. 1O....0 110 1 0
rloumoy. If. 1 1 I 0 0 Evana, IO....0 1110
Tannahlli." aa 0 0 I I I Turner, lb... 0 0 1 1 t
Bplaa. c i S 1 1 avian, as...., 0 0 I 0
Brhaub. Ib... 11111 Poi. c 1110
Duokle, p.... 1111 O.McMackln. p. I I I 4 0
ToUl. ... I T 17 IT l Totals ... 1 I 14 II 0
Louisville 00120000 -S
Columbus 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
Stolen bases: Turner. Flournoy. Spies.
Two-base hits: Fox, Schajb-. Sacrifice hits:
Mvm MfUaplfln To nfloh 1 1 1 Ttmil.lM n bvi-
Schaub to Tannehlll to Gannon, Kerwln
to uannon, Tannehlll to Oannon. Struck
n.tf tixf nimbi, 1 Clrt hu rr kallai
Oft " McMaekin, i, off Dunkle. 3. Hit by
pitched bail: By Dunkle, l. Time or game
1:40. umpire: ikorignu
At Kansas City: St. Paul-Kansas City
game waa postponed on account of rain.
Standing ot the Teaaae.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C,
Columbus 39 26 14 .Ml
Indianapolis 33 21 12 . 631
LOUISVllle 7 - 23 14 .tut
St. Paul 34 20 14 .41
Kansas city 3b is u .11$
Milwaukee 3$ 16 19 .457
.Minneapolis 24 10 24 .2M
ioieao i zi .we
Gamei today: Minneapolis at Milwaukee,
St. faul at Kansas City, ixmisviue
Columbus, jnaians pons at Toledo,
ST. JOSEPH TEAM COMES NEXT
Byroa MeKlhben aa4 Ills Trala Rah
bers Play at Omaha on
The St. Joseph base ball team will arrive
In Omana Thursday morning and begin its
series in the afternoon. But the Saints
will not find awaltlna them the cr'ODled
team that met the Cowboys. Dolan will
be back In the game at short and Carter
at right neid, tnu giving tne team its oia
lineup once more. The batting order that
was In vogue till the chances In the team
personnel will probably te renewed, with
Carter leading and Genlns, Stone, Calhoun,
Tl a,A,o.. T-T I .-. I. . , , . r. , V. A Ka,,avu In
order, f rimy win oe taaies aay. iqe
Omaha. St. JoseDh,
Calhoun First base.......Brashear
Stewart Second base ......Hall
Dolan Shortstop Maber
Hlokey Third base Robe
Htone Jri neia ukvin
Oenlns Center field Duffy
Carter night 'field. Hartman
Oondlng Catcher Roth
Allowar Pitcher McFadden
Graham, Pitcher Parvln
Owen Plteher , Mauplo
Brown Pitcher Chlnn
Gordon Pitcher Glade
KANSAS CITY JEAM SHUT OUT
Fort Dodge Plteher Lets the Mlsson-
rlaas Sows with Only
FORT - DODGE. Ia.. June 4 fSooclal
Telegram.) Clever pitching of Easton for
Fort Doda-e and sharD fleldlna of the Fort
Dodge team shut out Kansas City today
rr.. .a , n n x.-. .
uy a Biri'rw ui v .v. v. i.bpivu iiv.u a.umi
City helpless. Only two hits were scored
off his delivery. Kansas Clty'a closest ap
proach to a score was when Shannon got
first on neiaer s cnoice, stoia seconu ana
started home- when a throw to catch him
stealing third went wild. He was caught
Six feet from home by Derteen'g perfect
throw In. Fort Dodge scc in the first
on a base on balls, a sacrifice and a hit.
Two more came In the third on two hits
nd Armstrong s murr or wnittemnre
Jong drive. A combination of bunts and er
rors acoreo one mure in tne uun. ccorei
Fort Dodge 1 I 1 0 0 t I i
Kansas City ...0 OIOOIOIO-022
Batteries: Fort Dodge. Easton and Whlt
temore: Kansas City. Allen. Cable. Gibson
DEB MOINES. June 4-Olade. the pitcher
from Chicago, who played with the visi
tors, did great work In the game today.
Des Moines played better ball. Attend
ance, too. Score:
Des Moines .....0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 -2 3
St. Joseph ooooooi I l a a
Batteries: Des Moines. Barry and Han
son; St- Joseph, Glade, Roth and plxon.
StaaUlnaT of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Kansas City 38 28 10 .737
Omaha M Hi 10 .722
Denver M 22 14 .111
St. Joseph 37 17 20 . 451
Colorado springs an i si .41
Milwaukee 34 12 22 .N3
Peoria 38 12 23 .343
Des Moines 31 12 24 .333
Games today: St. Joseph at Omaha. Kan
sas City at Des Moines, Denver at Colorado
Springs, Milwaukee at reoria.
Dlassoada Aarala Victorious.
The Diamonds defeated the Professional
Scruba at Twenty-second and Pierce streets
Wednesday afternoon by tne acoi'e of 17 to
1. This Is the third game played between
these teams, the Dlainono having won
two and the Scrubs one. The features of
the game were the pitching of Wiley, the
catching of Troup and the nome run made
by Kelley, who placed thl ball over the
leflflelder'a head. Wiley struck out six men
and gave but one base on bal-. M Mlnl
cus. who pitched Ave Innlnars for the
Scrubs, struck out four men and W. Mlni
cua. who succeeded him, struck out two
The Diamonds wish to play all teama of
dovs a. ir.r. di age, me oung Mens
Christian association boys being preferred.
Leslie Troup ct 829 South -enty-flrst
street may be negotiated with. Scorei
Diamonds 2 2 2 3 6 1 017
scrubs 2 0 0 0 1 0 01
Batteries; Diamonds, Wiley and Troup;
Scruba. M. Mlnicus, W. Minlcus and Simon.
Mobrara Beats Valentine.
VALENTINE. Neb., June 4 -in the sec
ond game of tne series between the two
trams Valentine s Base Ball club was de
feated yesterday by the te:a from Fort
Niobrara by a score of 7 to 3. This was
after Valentine had won the first game by
a good margin. Five hundred people wit
missed today's contest. Score:
Mobrara 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 17
Valentine 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 2 j
Batteries: Niobrara, .-Laughl1n and
Deubuerry; Valentine, Kimball and Tucker.
Struck out; By McLaughlin, 11; by Kim
Bleonael4 Wlae Iroas Coleridge.
BLOOM FIELD. Neb.. June 4. (Special
Telegram ) The first of the league games
waa played here today between Coleridge
and liloomfield. the score standing: Cole
ridge, 7; Bloomfteld. 13. The bleachers were
well filled and very enthuataatie. Batlertee:
Bioomneld. Payer and Heed; Coleridge,
Koaak. Fleming, Sanderson and Wood,
lmplra; Cbtalwucd. .
CONVENTION MARES RECORD
South EakoU Bepublicana Finish Up in
Two and a Quartet Hour.
IS UNANIMOUS ON THE STATE TICKET
Preseat Coaarreasmea and First Terns
State Offlelale Renominated and
Seaator Klttredge Is
SIOCX FALLS, S. V.. June 4. (Special
Telegram.) The republican state conven
tion reassembled at 8:30 tonight, with
Charles J. Buell of Pennington county pre
siding aa permanent chairman.
Alfred H. K'.ttredge of Sioux Fall waa
unanimously endorsed for election to the
office ot United 8tatea aenator to succeed
himself. The following ticket waa nom
inated, all records In the history of the
stat having br-era broken by the nomlna
tlon by acclamation ef every candidate:
Congressman E. W. Martin and Cbarlea
Governor Charlea N. Herrled.
Lieutenant Governor G. W. Snow.
Secretary of State O. C. Berg. .
Stat Treasurer C B. Colllas,
State Auditor J. F. Halladay.
Stat Superintendent George W. Nash.
Commissioner ot School and Public
Lands C. J. Bach.
Railroad Commissioner D. H. Smith.
Only two hours and fifteen minutes wer
consumed by tb convention In hearing and
adopting the report of the committee on
resolutions and nominating a full state
ticket. Tha resolution! eadorse the na
tlonal administration, favor the settlement
of disputes between capital and labor by
arbitration, allude to the good faith of the
United States In giving Cuba Independence,
rejoice over the pacification of the Philip
pine Islands, denounce partisan attacks on
the behavior of United Statea soldiers.
Tba republican state administration and
the stat delegation la congress are highly
commended. A apeclal resolution mourns
the death of Senator Kyle and Attorney
SOUTH DAKOTA WOMEN MEET
Aaaaat Coaventloa of the Club of th
Stat Is. Held at Sloax
i i 1
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., June 4. (Special.)
Th annual meeting of the State Federa
tion of Women's Clubs commenced here yes
terday. Delegate are present from tha
twenty or mora women' clubs of the sta.ts,
The visitors war yeaterday afternoon
escorted In carriages to various polnta of
n 'ores t about the city by members of tha
Ladies' History club of this city. At All
Sr.tnts' school the faculty turned the build-
lag over. to the visitors and held an In
formal reception In their honor.
- Last evening there was an entertainment,
consisting of readings from Browning by
Mrs. Mary Brent Read of Atlanta, Ga. This
was followed by a reception to the visit
ing women at the clubroome In the public
At this morning's meeting an address of
welcome in behalf of the city was made
by Mca. T. H. Brown. Mra. L. C. Camp
bell welcomed th visitors In behalf of the
Ladle' History club. Mrs. G. C. Moody ot
Dtedwood responded to the addresses of
Mrs. W. H. Lyon, president of the Stat
Federation, today delivered her annual ad
dress. . Th remainder ot tha day was taken
up with mattera of Interest, to those In
LOOKING FOrTJIISSING SON
Boy Probably Fell from Boat Iato
the Rives Wall Ha
TYNDALL, 8. D., Jun 4. (Special.)
J. Scberer haa gone to Fort Randall to look
for his aon, Leo, who waa reported lost.
H waa In tb employ ot Captain Joseph
Leach and working upon his new boat
which .he recently purchased to take tha
place of the one that waa burned.
The boat wa anchored. In. tha river near
Fort Randall and on night Leo Sharer waa
missed. Th auppoaltloa Is that he walked
off th boat In hla sleep into the river, al
though other think ha will turn up else
Dakota Pioneers Celebrate.
YANKTON, S. D., June 4. (Special.)
Judge and Mra. Moody of Deadwood have
lust celebrated tha thirty-eighth an n Ivor
aary ot their arrival In Dakota, In this city,
wbera they first settled. Th Judge waa
her busy on labors connectsd with tha
new South Dakota coda, ot which commis
sion he la a member, and both were visiting
with many, old friend. In ona ot hla con
versations tha Judg mentioned that the
first work that b did her that yielded him
any money was for hauling some logs from
tha rlvsr for Surveyor General Hill and thl
first professional Job that he had was to
successfully defend tha same surveyor gen
eral from tha charge of bribery. The law
business of that early time was not enough
to occupy all of the young lawyer'a time
and ha waa always prepared to do anything
honorable with money In It.
Ring up 137.
Too Orcai a Itlsk.
In almost every neighborhood someone
baa died from an attack ot colic or cholera
morbus, often before medicine could be
procured or a physician summoned. A re
liable remedy for these diseases should bs
kept at band. Tha risk Is too great for
anyone to take. ' Cbamberlatn'a Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has un
doubtedly saved the lives of more people
and 'relieved mora pain and suffering than
any other medicine In use. It can always
be depended upon.
Homesteads Are la Demand.
PIERRE, S. D.. June 4. (Special.) Tha
total number of filings In th Pierre land
office for May were 144 homestead entries
and nine soldiers' declsratorte. This
makes a total of nearly 24,000 acres which
wsr taken for the month. Besides this
the business of tha office consisted ot Dva
homestead proofs and five timber culture
proofs, giving final title to 1.(00 acrea ot
Good Crap la loath Dakota.
TYNDALL, 8. D., June 4. (Special.)
Crops ars In prima condition. The cool
spring hai caused the wheat to stool out
well and tha prospect for a good crop
could not be better. Corn Is doing wsll.
Tba stand Is very even. Corn plowing Js
general thl week.
Beach Prosjram ToaisTht.
Mr. E. Nordln, the musical director of
the Courtland Beach orchestra, gives an
entire change of program. this afternoon at
3:30 o'clock and this evening at 7:30 o'clock,
as well aa every afternoon and evening ths
balance of tha week.
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It's safest to trade
where positive claims axe readily put to proof. It's in our business make-up not to knowingly
understate or overstate things. In modern merchandising to fall Into either is a crime of equal
enormity. Buch, at least, is our opinion. We believe it pays the trading; public to do
their trading with a house that has a reputation for truth telling and right dealing. Dy adhering
to such principles we have been able to maintain the most, enviable of positions iu western mer
chandising. Truth and value have those telling effects that give us unlimited resources. We can
look forward and beyond things of the immediate present with no limit to our possibilities.
Ladies' Suits, Waists, etc
100 Dimity Shirt Waist Suits In polka dot and fancy figurei on whlti ground
full regular made. Value up to 110.00 Our price $3.95,
A mil Una ot pique skirts embroidery trimmed, tatlor-madi aad full length
white and Jlnen colon. Then are exceptionally good
value, from $10.00 to
Special sat of whits shirt waists, (00 tucked and embroidered front fine Persian
lawn aold everywhere at tl.DO
Our prlc ..a a
25 tailor-mad ehlrt waists, foulard suits, flounced skirts nary blue,
brown, green and black grounds special bow patterna very stylish
and pretty a good $18.00 value for ,
TABOURETTE (like cut) handsome In de
sign, strongly constructed golden oak or
mahogany finish on aala for
Elegant Iron Bed (Just Illci cut) massive CHAIRS Solid oak chairs Just like lllus
posts, popular design and a most aub- tratlon made of best seasoned and selected
oas, lancy tunica spindles, Handsome
atantlal bed, beautifully enameled la
n on aala for O white or live worth $4.26 r) rn
OOw our special price thlak.... n-af O 9
for this v.
s? woven can seat sella
..'0 our price QQQ
Ladles' patent 4-atrap sandals-
Ladles' patent vamp 8-button
French heel aandals ...i
Bennett's Good Shoes
"Easy on the pockctbook, easy on the feet,"
2Ck f U.d",'' !'tr"? FnC,, 1 Ptt vamp, 1-atrap
uW heel sandala l.tjll ..nrt.i k-
2.00 us:si::i.!.!:r..:. ..'.1,50 u.;.:r.r?r.'r...'.'..
WH HAVE THE FINEST, LARGEST and we believe tba MOST COMPLETE AS
SORTMENT of high' gradWAIA PAPER In the ENTIRE WEST I Whataver you
want WB HAVE. See our eupplles SEEING WILL INSPIRE A NEED and bring
about th beautlBcaUon of your home at "NEXT TO NOTHING" expense. "
WHITE BLANKS. GLIMMERS, GILTS, RAW SILKS, EMBOSSED GOODS, TAPES
TRIES. BURLAPS, etc;, tc, la an abundant variety COLORS, PATTERNS that ar
BOUND TO PLEASE. Bvry PRICE MARVEL la CHEAPNESS.
GILTS per roll
WHITE BLANKS per roU
' up from anas' a
......... ., .1 WW . , , .
Whatever you want WE HAVE MONEY SAVING. ROOM MOULDING, per foot, up from lc
A TAPESTRIES per roll
.-xw ud from..
IherlST Mas a Close Call.
STURGIS, 8. D.,' June 4 (Special.)
John F. Smith, sheriff of Meade, while In
search ot the Meade county Jail breakers,
had aa accident Sunday afternoon which
nearly cost blm bla life. He was out at
th Elms on th north side of the Belle
Fourcb river and wanted to cross Dry
creek. He attempted to cross whir others
had beta la the habit of fording, but tha
Second Floor. -
Table assortment of new beauties gold crystal wares, choice . .
Table of extra fine china table wares, decorated and gold, choice
Table of Venetian colors vases and fancy articles, choice
Jfothing pver-nine-cents sale.
a 1 :r
(50 for 11.60
Portuondo, 6c cigar
50 for txao
26c genuine Briar t ip
1-lb. Corn Cake Smoking
60 cigars for 00c and up
Large Willow Clothea Basket,
regular sac uaiaci
Large Pine Wash
eu "r vt"y ' '""T
Knife Box On
Sporting Goods. .
We carry th best line of Colt s Revolv.
ers In Nebraska; also a full line of P.lfles,
Shot Guns and Ammunition.
Boeclal on Model Winchester f eyo
22 cslibre tAA
Other rifles and shot guns equally low
4 point split bambo rod, a regu. . no.
lar $1 W article, only VOC
A good 40 yard nickel plate Reel, OAr
Diamond Golf Balls, O Oil
(These are not re-made balls.)
SPECIAL FOR THUR8DAY ONLY
HASKELL GOLF BALLS B,
rer dosen JaC2
iammocks and crochet seta In large
Art Dept.Seoond Floor
Bargalna In passe partout -photo or
picture frame. '
Square frames oquar circle or (fn
oval opening 1U
To fit cabinet -
Large new lot photo frames, gold, ma
hogany, sliver, green or whit with
pretty brass corners
Six 1, photo 21c
8ls 2, photo joa .
Slxe I, photo 480
Sis 4, photo c
Sis I, photo v,
We enlarge portraits up n
Picture frame road to order "je.
up irom , auuw
Bring your picture for framing-work
first-class prices very lowest.
Bugar cured Hams,.
Choice Breakfast Bacon,
Choice Koast Beef, em
per pound lZiC-llC
Rib Roast, ,e
per pound IOC
Boiling Meat, "tCl. C-,
per pound ,.UCOC
Mackerel nice, aweet and big,
Herring round shore, i
each. .j ,. 'lav
FOR THE TABLE
Goceriea Meats FJah
OOOD FOOD AND PLENTY OF IT Is th
Joy and pride of every genuine Ameri-can-hira'a
a list that wheta one'a ap.
petit conform to every digestive struc
ture and gently tlcklea the pocketbook
that'a a fine arrangement Isn't It!
par pound 4C
per bottle OC
per pound . OC
Imported Sardines and Red til
Alaska Salmon, per can 1UC
ANDERSON'S SOUPS- r)e.
I tana for aOC
BENNETT'S CAPITOL COCOA-(a
pet brand per . nz
can :. IOC
ASSORTED PICKLES rig.
t bottles for AaOC
large loaf ,C
per pound IaaC
POTATO CHIPS oE
par pound oOC
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high water bad washed the bed. Both
horses were drowned and Mr. Smith was
saved by a rope thrown him by bystanders.
Nothing equal to Prickly Ash Bitter for
removing that sluggish, bilious feeling so
common In hot weather. It creates atrengtb,
vigor, appetite and cheerful spirits.
Maaoalc Meetlasj at Hurou.
HURON, 8. D-. June 4 (Special.) Local
committees ar completing arrangement
for the annual meeting of tbe Masonic
grand lodge. Royal Arch chapter, Knigbta
Templar and Eastern Star eon vent Ion, to
begin her Jun 10. . From too to 1,000
strangers are expected to bo bora during
the meetings of these grand bodiea, and
for their accommodation ample arrange,
ineta havi been mad. It la proposed, la
lieu of a banquet, ta give a reception aad
ball la honor ot tba guiata on tbs ivening
of Jum 11. Tha Eaitsra Star will give
special attention to delegatea and visitors
to Its convention. Tb gathering will be
tha largest' aver held by thess orders la
Good appetite and chaerfulness follows
tb us of Prickly Ash Bitters. It purines
tbs blood, liver and bowel and 'makes Ufa
Om Colics Plasna4.
At Providence Harvard. I: Brown, 3.
At New Haven, Conn. Illinois, 10; Yale,
Oaatond 1 a Wlaaer.
OSMOND. Neb . Jun 4 -gpcal The
Osmond High school beat , th. Randolph
High school by a score of 13 to 7. Bat
teries: Osmond, Gore and Dye: Randolph,
Heed and Lea pole. Umpire: Welch. This
make four games the Osmond boya have
played and won all of thtm.
At Evanavllle Kvansvllle. 4; Decatur, 2
At Terre Haute Bloomlngton, 6; Terra
At Rockford Rockford, 4; Davenport, 2.
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Haultla-Roek
Island gam postponed; rain.
Idlers Waal Oaasoa.
Soldiers of the Twenty-second Infantry
at Fort Crook have formed a baae ball
club and ar looking tor game with ama
teurs. R. M. Rigga may be addressed thor
la Soathera Association.
At Uttu Rock-Llttls Rock. 7; KashvlUe.
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