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THE OMAHA DAILY 1IEE: SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1002.
OUTERS SHUT OUT CHICAGO
rixliei Make bat One Error, While Op-
ponenU Pile Up Fit.
XNNEfiS GET TEN HITS OFF TAYLOR
Jalf That Somber fa All the Windy
I Clr Aggregation fen Anei
from White's Poisllng
PHILADELPHIA, June 13. Philadelphia
took Ihe first same from Chicago today,
abutting the visitors out. Both White SDd
Taylor were very effective end the hit
ting waa light. Errors helped the Pbila
dclphlans to gat tbelr run. Attendance,
K HO A E 1
It H.O.A E.
t) .Tones, cf
gjlwxter. lb .. 0
0M'onKUm. rf 0
oU-hanra, c... ft
O'Tlnker. aa... 0
1 Low, Jb . 0
0;Ta lor, p.. . . 0
TollU ...4 IOC? It ll Totals ... A t 24 14 t
Philadelphia .t 0 t 1 0 0 0 1 4
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Stolen base: Tinker. First base on balla:
OrT White, 1 Struck, out: Hy White, 3; by
Taylor. 2. Wild pitch: White. Timer 1:30.
Heda Defeat Cilnnte.
NEW YORK, Juns 13. Cincinnati de
feated New York la tho first ni of the
series todHy in a alow music? In which both
Bides played poor ball. There was con
siderable protesting against the decisions
of Cniplrts Brown and Power. - Attend
ance, li.iiA). Score:
CINCINNATI. NEW YORK
H. H.O.A E l
H HO A E
1 I I i 0
H k. rf
Maltonn, lilt. .
oil miv1i-, ll, .
01 louder, :ib.
.. 7 10 JT 11 2
I Totaia ... t ii rr io t
Cincinnati 2 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 07
New York 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 06
Karned runs: Cincinnati, J: New York. 4
Flrat base on error: Cincinnati, 2; New
York, 2. Left on buses: Cincinnati. 1; New
YorK, 10. Two-base hits: Uowerman,
Bmith. Stolen buat-s: Bean (2), Hendrlcka
i'i), Doyle, Peltx, Corcoran. .trouble playa
liahn to Magoon to Peltz, . Mathewson to
Bean to Doyle. Sacrifice hit: Pelts. Flrat
baur on bulla: Oft Huhn, 3; oft Sparks, 3:
err Matnewson, 1. struck out: Hy itann
4; hy Spark. J. Wild pitch: Hahn. Time
L'mplres: Power and Brown.
ft. Louis Loaei t Brooklyn.
NEW YORK. June 13-Brooklyn waa de.
feated by St. Loula today. O'Nell kept the
home team hlta well scattered, while the
vialtora bunched their hlta, and theae. com
bined with Brooklyn's errora, nave them
the game. Attendance, 1,200. Score:
8T. LOl'lS. BROOKLYN.
R. H.O.A C.I 11 H.O.A ft
Farrell. ib... 0
lDolan. cf ... 1
OIKorltr, rf... 0
0 ".heckara. If.
OiMrCrecry, lb 1
P. D'van. rf 1
R moot, cf.... 1
Kruaer, aa .. 1
Braabear, lb. 0
Hartman. Ib. 0
M. O'Nall, c. 1
J. O'Nell, p. 0
1 U.hl.n, aa... 1
0 Irwin, ib.... 0
l'Aham. c... 0
0 Klnod. ib.... 0
0 Kltaon, p 0
W. Il'ril. p. 0
Totals ... 4 I 17 ! II
I Touts ... I t 17 13 I
6t. Loula 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0-4
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 J
Earned run: St. I.ouls, 1. Flrat baae on
errora: St. Louia, 3; Brooklyn. I. Left on
baaea: St. Loula. 8: Brooklyn. 10. Two
base hit: M. O'Nell, McCreary. Stolen
basra: v. Donovan. Kruger, Hartman
Double play: Farrell to M. O'Nell. First
base on balls: urr o Nell, 3: off Kltaon. 3:
off Donovan, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
O Nell, 2. Struck out: By O'Nell, 6: by
aon. 5; oft Donovan, 3. Time: 2:00. Um
Kitaon, 1; by Donovan, S. Hits: Off Kit-
pire: u way.
At Boston Boaton-Ptttaburg game post-
puncu, wvi irounua,
Standlnar ot the Teams.
Pittsburg ; 44 35 9 ,75
Chicago 43 23 20 .636
Brooklyn 4S 24 22 . 623
wew lorn 44 2L ,23 .477
Boston 41 19 22 .464
St. Loula 42 18 24 .428
fnnadelpnia 46 19 26 .42;
Cincinnati 44 17 27 .SX
Oamca today: Pittsburg at Boston. St.
Louis at Brooklyn, Chicago at Philadel
phia, Cincinnati at New York,
Takes Second from Fallertoa.
ST. EDWARD, Neb., June 13. (Special
Telegram.) 8L Edward won Its second
game of ball from Fullerton on the noma
arojnoi Dy a score or 11 to 4. Batteries:
St. Ldward, Vlzxard and Boyd and Mar
tin: runerton, Ma ha fry and Bennett,
Struck, out: By vlzaard, 9; by Bennett, ft.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
Statesmen Give Browns a Severe
Drsbblag, Poondingr Oat Three
ST. LOUIS, June 13-Orth allowed but
three hits up to the ninth tnninar whereas
the Washlngtnna pounded Donahue all over
the lot. Kelster and Orth put the ball over
me ngnuieia ience tor noma runs. Wol
verton was ordered out of the game In tha
ninin inning ror oiapuung a decision. At
tendance, 1.8A1. Score:
WABH1NOTON. 1 ST. LOITIS.
Ryan, cf 1
0 Rurk.tt. If . .
OHamphlll, rf. 1
rviah'ly. It.. 1
Kdatrr, lb., i
Coutnlln. aa. 1
Ua. rf 1
Ortb, p 3
Haldrlck, cf. 0
0 Andaraon, lb. 0
0 Krl.l. lb 0
0 Mrt'or'k, aa..
I'Makioajr, c... 0
jlaaabu, p.. 9
Tntala ...till 17 It 11 Tota'a ... t 4 17 10
Washington 0 3 0 3 0 0 2'1 I 11
Bi. iouis I u v V U 0 O 0
Earned runs: Washington. (. . Two-base
nits: iveisier, Hemphill. Three-base hlta
Lee, Orih. Home runs: Kelater, Coughlln
Orth. Double playa: Padden to MePor
mlck to Anderson, Couthlla'- to Carey,
Bases on balla: off Donahue, 1; off Orth
t- mruia uui: rv urin, s. Lett on bases
Washington, 7; St. Louis. 4. Time:, 1:34.
viupuv; vunnuiiy. . .
Chicago ghats Oat Boston.
k mjwjKj, june 13. The Hostons were
shut out today, getting hut four scattered
suiKirs on 1'iau. The locals pounde
I'lneen tor elaht slnirlea n,t twn ,innhi..
In the fifth and sixth, when he gave way
. iu iviiiim, niiciiuaiii-a, a.viu Bcore:
CH1CAOO. . . , BOSTON.
K H.O. I H H O.l t
irang. ... a i a i lvUa'ty,
tr, If. i
i. it., i t a i
at i I 0
ina, ci i i a v acoiiina.
Oracrn, rf.... 1 t I 0 mM.
Iala. sa .... 14 11 OiFrrvaiaii, rf. 0 0 1 0
11 art .a. If... I I 1 0 0 Ha rant. M..i. a
latwll. lb.... 14 0 0 lai'h ,. Ik.. 1 11 1
1 I r . Ib til 0 Ferris, lb.... I i
McKarl d, a.. 4 1 0 rrlgar, t 1 i 1
Hail, p 1 0 Mnaen, p.... I
Trantlas, p... t t i
Totala ... 117 11 01
1 Totals .
1 0 0 0 4
0 0 0 0 0
bases: Chicago. 11:
4 14 1
0 0 0 0-0
hlta: Qreen, Merles.
...is: Green Daly. Stolen basea: Maries,
Daiy. struck out: By Piatt, 3: by Dineen
: by Frentl. 1. liai-es on balla: Off
umeen. b: orr i rentins, 1. Time: 3:00. l nv
Athletlrs Beat Cleveland
CLKVELAND. June IS Errors bv Brad
ley. Gochnauer and Wood In the fifth In
rung gave I'lilUuViphla four unearned run
ana ine game. Attendance. Score
FH1LADBL!H I A. I I'LKVKLAND.
R HO A El R H O A K
Harttal. If.. I
1 1 opirkcrtrif. ct 1 I 10
I'avn, lb.... t
L Troaa. lb. 1
"Vybuld, rf .
Bonner, lb. .
M I'roaa. aa.
I'FIKk. rt .... I
0 Lajuls. - tb .. 1
tlu knias. lb
1 Hra.llrr. lb .
Milchall. p.. 1
1 Joaa. p.,
Totala ... id 17 I.
4 27 It t
Batted for Josa In the ninth.
Philadelphia 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 0
Cleveland 1 0 0 0 0 I 0 0-4
Earned runs: Philadelphia. 1; Cleveland,
1. Two-base bits: LaJole t2. Flick. Brad
ley. Blirivk. Hartxel. Three-base hit: Bey
bold. Sacrifice hlis: Bay. Kulta. Btoleo
bases: lJole, Pickering. Double play: M
t r.ias to Bounar. Flrat baae on halls: Off
Mitchell, 6. Left on baaea: Philadelphia,
6; Cleveland. 9. Struck out: Bv Joaa. S.
Time: l.uo. Umpire: O Loughlln and
Orioles that Oat Detroit.
DETROIT. June 13.-Shlelda' good plteh
Ing waa responsibly for the shut-out ad
OtluUicrcd. tb lvUwll team this afternoon.
MIDor vu wild iinil gsve three bae "n
nil !n the rim Inning, two oi wmrn
orr-eH In runs Tm-n ainale and an error
were responsible for Baltimore's third run
n tola inning. Attendance, !,. Bt-ores
KHlr. cf.... I
R.H .O.A E
lhr. f .
0 Barrett, cf
0 Holm, rf
l) llarley. I:
0 Eitierf Id, aa
0 ( aary. lb . .
0 Crlea-on, lb.
0 Inllon. lb. .
0 I 4
I Harm, lb 1
ll 1 0
0 0 1
0 0 1
a o l
0 0 1
uhlnnn, r. 9
r-an h'n. 3b 0
Tntala ... 4 10 17 7 l Total! .
. 7 17 1& 1
o i e o-4
0 0 0 00
Baltimore S 0 0 0 9
etrolt 0 0 0 0 0
Two-base hit: Williams
Barrett. Sacrifice hit
Stol"n base: Selharh. First base on balls:
iff Miller, 3: off Shield. 1. Hit by pitcher:
Jllbert. Left on bases; Baltimore, ; D-
rolt. 7. Struck out: By Miller. 2; by
Shield. 1. Douhle play: Uleaon to Dillon
Klberfeld. Time: 1:45. Umpire: Sheri
Standing of the Teams.
Won. Lost. P C.
26 15 .615
25 17 .Mb
24 20 .545
21 24 .4H?
19 '.'2 .4M
1 22 .44
20 24 .4'.5
17 2S .3;8
Baltimore . .
St. Loula ...
Games today: Philadelphia at Cleveland,
Boston at Chicago, Baltimore at Detroit,
Washington at St. Louts. I
N AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Brewers Rise to Victor) After Four-
teen-lnalna; Sfroggle with
MILWAUKEE. June 13-Pltcher Olmsted
established a record for the American t
aoclatlon by holding Minneapolis down to
but three hits during the twelve innlrm
which he waa on the rubber In the rour-
teen-lnnlna- game here today. Hermann
relieved Olmsted In the thirteenth Inning.
The winning run waa scored on Cllngman s
triple and Werden'a error. Attendance, 3W.
R.H.O.A E R.H.O.A. B.
Hallman. rf. I I 3 0 Prrra. c 1 I 7
( lineman, aa 1 I 4 0 Ptiyle. lb ... I 16 11
Rourarola, :f 0 0 1 0 0 l.nrh. rf ... 10 10 0
Shleberk. 2b. 1 I 1 4 1 Wcrdan, lb. 0 0 13 0 t
una.. i. II . 0 1 I 0 OWIImid. rf... 0 0 0 0 0
McAnd a. 3b. 0 0 i 4 0 MrKarl'd. It. II I I I t
Kunkal. lb.. I I la I 1 (irant. 2b.... 0 14 4 0
Rpear. c 0 1 7 0 0 Zaluakr. aa.. 0 14(1
)lmatrd. p.. 0 0 I 1 Nswltn. p... 0 0 I 0
Herman, p... 0 0 0 1 1,
'MiBrlda ..0 0 0 0 0 Total! ... 4 141 17 7
Totala ... I 13 42 16 tl
Two out when winning run was scored.
Batted for Olmsted In the twelfth.
Milwaukee . 0101100000010 V-5
Minneapolis 1020000000010 0-4
Earned runs: Minneapolis, 1: Milwaukee,
Two-baae hits: Speer, Phyie. Cltngmnn.
Three-base hit: Cllnaman. Home run:
Shlebeck. Firat base on balls: Off Olmsted,
off Newlln. 2. Hit by pitcher: Lynch.
Stolen buses: Phvle (41. I.vnch. Hallmnn
(2). McAndrewa. Sacrifice hits: Byers, Wll-
mot. Struck out: By Olmsted. 4; by New
lln 1: hv Hermann. 1. Double mays: Shle
beck (unaaHlsted), Grant to Werden. Left
on bases: Milwaukee, 9; Minneapolis, 10.
Time: 2:40. Umpire: Tlndell.
Northern Saints Defeat Kansas City,
RT PAITL. June 13. Chech held the Kan
aaa City team down to four hlta In today's
game, wnite mcoonaiu waa nu ireeiy.
Both teama fielded loosely. Attendance,
BT. PAl'L. KANSAS CITY.
R H.O.A g. i R.H.O.A B
Oalar. lb.... 1114 OiOrar. cf 0 0 11
Ferauaon. Ib 1 1 0 I INaora. lb.... t t 1
Dlllard. If... 1 110 0 Grady, lb.... 1 10 1
Kelley, lb... 1 I 11 1 0 Smith. It.... 11
Husilna, aa. 1 1 4 t 4 Bern la. c... 10 10 0
Bhauiion, ct.. 1 1 i 0 1 Rothtuaa, rf. 1 1 1 I
Lurolay, rf.. 11 O'Leawa, sa.... 1 I I 9
Plarca. e I t t 0 kOHrlda. lb. I 1 1 I I
Cbaxih, p 1 1 0.M-lonald, p. 1 1 I
I-iroraraaa ... v w v w
Totals . .. ( 4 14 It
Bt. Paul S 1 0 0 0 4 1 -10
Kansas City 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 6
Two-base hits: Hugglns, Rothfuss. Three
base hit: Huaalns. Sacrifice hits: Fergu
son (2), Pierce. Stolen base: Kelley. Baaea
on balls: Off Chech. 1: off McDonald. 3.
Struck out: Bv Chech. 8: by McDonald. 1.
Double Dlays: Grady to Nance; Leewe to
Grady; Kelley to Chech; Hugglns to tieney.
Left on bases: Bt. raui, s, rvansas iuy,
Time: 1:41. Umpire: Ward.
Colonels Defeat Cslinbaa,
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. June 13. But for
one bad Inning Louisville would have shut
out Columbus. At all other times Dunkle
proved effective. The locals buncned tills
on wagner. Attendance, i.ow. ocore
LOUISVILLE. . COLUltBL'8.
R H O A K.
0 Hart, cf
0 vioi. rf
0 Orlm. lb
0 Kvana, ib ...
Bplaa, c 0
B.haub. lb.. 1
bunkla, p.... 0
t 17 14 1
i 1 n 14 1
Batted for Wagner In the ninth
Louisville 0 0 3 0 0 0 S 0 0-5
Columbus 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Left on baaea: Louisville, 7; Columbus
Three-base hit: Clvmer. Sacrifice hits:
Clymcr, Nattreas. Double playa: Hart,
Turner and Nattress. Stolen baaea: Ker
win, Flournoy, Splea. Struck out: By
Dunkle, 6: by - wagner, i. tilt Dy pttcner;
Oannon. Snles. Bases on balls: Off Dun
kle, St: by Wagner, 2. Time: 1:56. Umpire:
Iudlaas Win from Toledo.
INDIANAPOLIS, June IS. Pardee
pitched five good - innings ano men went
ballooning. Third Baseman Smith waa put
out of the game for throwing a bat at
Umpire bDrigni. Attendance, no. ucore
If 0 I 0
rt I 1 0
Burna, 10.... a
Cosawall. ri. l
livara. as. . . .
Coultar, af... 1
(lllka. cl-lb.. 1
Fox. Ib 1
Heydon. a... 1
Klalnow. ... t
I 10 17 U t
Totals ... 1 7 14 11 01
Batted for Pardee In the ninth.
IndlanaDolla 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 I
Toledo 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 03
Bases on balls: Off Pardee, . Struck
out: By Suthoff. 6. Hit by pitched ball
By Suthoff, 1; by Pardee, 1. Two-base
hits: Coulter. Heydon, Pardee. Three-
basa hit: Kuhns. Sacrifice hits: Kihm
Myers. Stolen baaea: Fox (2), Hogrlevvr
12 1, O Brlen, Klhm, Burna Z), Myera,
Left on bases: Indianapolis. 9; Toledo,
Umpire: Kbright. Time: 2:07.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C
Louisville 45 29 16 .616
St. Paul 42 26 16 .61
Indianapolis 41 25 16 .610
Columbus 47 ii 19 .66
Kanaaa City 43 20 23 , 4tio
Milwaukee 43 19 24 .442
Minneapolis 42 15 27 .Ji.
Toledo 42 10 32 .'US
Games today: Kansaa City at St. Paul
Milwaukee at Minneapolis. Columbus a
Louisville, Toledo at Indianapolis.
DENVER BEATS STATE RIVALS
Has aa F.asy Time In Downing; the
Bnneh from Colorado ..
DENVER, June 13. The locals had an
easy victory .today. Feature were b,oine
runs by Preston and Jones, and the one
hand cntch bv RadcllfTe at second base o
a hot liner from Lverltt a bat. Attendance,
Denver 1 1,4 0 3 0 1 0 W 16
Colo. Springs ..0 10000002-3t
Batteries: Denver. McCloskev and Mr
Connell' Colorado Springs, Newmeyer and
at. Joe Wlas from Peoria
PEORIA. Jun 13. 8t. Joseph won from
I'ei.ria today by bundling nils in the aixt
Inning. Glade held Peoria down to si
scattered hits. Attendance, 44U. Score:
St. Josept) 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 04
Peoria 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
Batteries: St. Joseph. Glade and 'Roth
t'euria, Schafatall and llayea.
At Milwaukee Milwaukee-Kansas Clt
game postponed. The latter team waa de
iaed on account of a wreck.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Woo. Lost P.C,
Kansas City . 45 li ,711
Omaha : 44 29 15 .6.
leiiver 44 28 14 . .
Bt. Joseph 46 2a SI .MS
bl. Joseph 4o 24 , tl . .bit
Milwaukee 39 17 22 .47
Colorado Springs 41 17 27
Is Mollies 43 13 gt)
PeorU 41 13 2S .34
Games today: Omaha at Denver, St.
joawpn at r-eona. Kansas citv st MUwau- I
ke, Ds Moiut gt Culof adu Sprlngv J
I1ICAC0 BOY TOO STRONG
Beferee Gives Herman Decision Over Smith
in Fourteenth Bound.
COLORED LAD IS PLUCKY TO THE LAST
ntavelshs His Opponent, bat Herman
la the More Clever and at the Same
Time Bns More Steam
Behind Ills Blows.
A boy with a pale, scornful face and a
eavy, determined chin, gave Halch Sml'h
he worst beating he has. ever known at
Blum's ball In South Omaha last night, and
fter a minute of the fourteenth round had
lapsed Referee Jimmy Bardell stopped the
fight and declared "Kid" Herman the win
ner, because Smith waa at that time merely
anglng on to him and taking all that waa
coming, being practically helpless and half
With a look of hauteur on hla boyish
features, the lad from Chicago advanced to
meet Hatch for the first round before the
largest crowd that ever gathered In the hall.
The first minute made Herman the favorite,
because of his cleverness, hla UghtDlng
reed and his terrible blows. He wna
plainly a glutton for punishment. Calmly
he set about the Job o( subduing the hard-
headed colored boy, and never from start to
ntsh did so much as a flush mount to his
colorless cheeks, while his Jaw was always
set In a determined way. At the end he
eft the ring without a mark on face or
body, and he never even took advantage of
he post behind hla chair in the corner to
lean against It during the intermissions.
With the plucky Smith It was a different
tory. Game to the core, and fast and
fierce as well, be stood his ground fairly
till the twelfth, when Just before the gong
Herman caught him a terrible left-band
maBh In the eye, closing it up and ewell-
ng it out till Halch looked like a chicken
with the roup when he came to the middle
for the next round. The "Kid" merely
continued his work, landing smash after
maeh In the thirteenth, while Halch groped
and clinched and stooped, thus saving him
self much punishment that waa awaiting
him from piston -like arms. Unfaltering
Smith came out once more, but after Her
man bad hit him three times In the four
teenth Bardell stopped it, saying it would
be butchery to let It go on, ae Smith was
helpless with hla one eye and outclassed In
Smith's much-vaunted rlghthand blows
seemed not to have the power that has
been ascribed them. Twice at least he
landed them square on Herman's Jaw, and
the hearts of the "talent" trembled for the
little visitor. But he waa not even Jarred,
much lesa dazed, and came back with fierce
rights and lefts which were both stronger
than anything Smith could dole out.
As a rattling preliminary Terry Mustaln
surprised everybody by fighting Danny
Haley to a well-deserved draw in a smash
ing six-round go. Terry was outweighed,
but was the cleverer and quicker, and he
bad a great bunch of steam In both arms.
His work made a great hit with the crowd,
as In size he was outclassed.
As two more prellmanrles Kid Jensen put
George Black out in the first round at
light weights. Both are Omaha boys. Then
Marlon Mclntyre of Lincoln laid Pete
Rooney on the canvas in the flrat round,
but Referee Bardell said Rooney was not
knocked out, although the boy insisted he
was, and Rooney was barred from a share
ot the money. -
The announcement that Frank Collier
and Billy Rhodes will meet at Blum's ball
July 3 at welter weights evoked much en
thusiasm, aa no one was satisfied with their
last fight, which Rhodes won on a foul.
MISS HECKER IS DEFEATED
Final In Golf Tournament Is Between
Mrs. Manlce and Miss
NEW YORK, June 13. In the Beml-flnal
round for the woman s metropolitan golf
championship today at the Essex County
Country Cluo ine cnier. inierei cemereu
In the match between Mrs. E. A. Manlce
and the present champion, Miss Genevieve
Miss Hecker s remarkable performance
yesterday In making the eighteen holes In
77 was sufficient In itself to attract many
spectators to the links today. Mrs. Manlce
nas Deen piaying mcuuy, uui sun anu
her play today with the champion was
watched with mucn interest.
Before Mini Hecaer s u yesteroay, airs.
Manlce s S4 was the woman s record for
the course. Miss Helen Hernandes and
Miss Shlppen were tne otner players in
the aeml-linals. The day was sultry, but
an overcast sky Komewhat tempered the
In the aemi-nnaia ior tne consolation cup
today Mrs. W. F. Morgan played Mlaa
Q. E. Howard of Essex county and Miss
A. C. Smyths of Harbor Mills played Miss
Hester Kyle ot tssex county.
The match between Miss Hernandez and
Miss Shlppen was the first tn the champion
ship class to get away. Miss Hernandez
started with a good drive. At the eleventh
green she was 2 up. in playing tor tne
twelfth Miss Shlppen drove Into the ravine
and had to tee up and play 3.
Miss Hecker and Mrs. Manlce got away
about 11 o'clock. The first hole was halved.
but Mrs. Manlce won tne second. Tne next
went to Miss Hecker and made all even.
The fourth and fifth went to Mrs. Manlce.
who waa playing steaony. miss Keener
did not start off at her gait of yesterday.
In the consolation match between Mrs.
.Morgan and Miss Howard Mrs. Morgan
was ii Clown, playing lur uie iweuiii.
Mrs. Manlce defeated Miss Hecker In the
semi-finals for the metropolitan champion
ship and Mlsa Hernandes won from Miss
bTIilppen. Mrs. Manlce and Miss Hernandes
will play tha final match tomorrow.
JOCKEY FATALLY INJURED
Donrcan'a Horse Falls and Rider la
Crnshed by Rival Steed Fall
ing; on Him.
ST. LOUIS. June 13. Today's sport at
tne fair grounds was marred by an acci
dent in the first race, as a result of which
Jockey Donegan will lose his life. Balzac,
UDon whom Ooneaan bad the mount.
stumbled and fell as the field was rounding
tne staDie turn, femjonn, tne ravorite.
fell over Balzac and upon Doneaan. who
sustained a horrible fracture of the skull.
His death la momentarily expected. E.
Matthews, who had the mount on Petti
John, was unhurt.
MiKfy u won tne reature event In a
hair-raising nnlsh with St. cuthbert and
Frank Bell lauped on his withers. Three
favorites, two second choices and an out.
sitter won. Besults:
r lrst race, tour and a half furlongs, sell
Ing, 2-year-olds, maidens: Lexington Bess
won, jaca xoung second, Lasy Trade third,
Second race, one mile and seventy varrla
selling: Ida Ledford won, Loone second.
Il l ,t,lHt H'l . . , . ta '
I, iucir.a iihiu. tiinr, 1 .o.
Third race, steeplechase, about two miles
Very Light won, Jolo second, Torreon
third. Time: 4:0o.
Fourth race, six furlbnga. purse: Nlckey
D won. St. Cuthbert second, Frank Bell
mini, lime: i:n.
ruin race, seven turnings, selling: r our
l.ear c won, uengai second, Lofter third
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth, sell.
Ing: Brewer Schorr won. Glenwood sec
ond, irinij wiie ititru. l ime: l:47V.
With the Bowlers.
Scores made In Individual nlnepln tourney
aai niBia un Liaia m auryi
C. R Griffiths 7
8. Elermann 1
David Cole 4
W. H. Emery 6
Charles French 6
M R. Huntington 7
W. D. Eck 4
2d. 3d. Total.
6 t 17
4 4 12
5 3 10
5 4 If
Hlk School Foot Ball Team.
The Omaha High school foot ball team
organised for next season last night, elect
ing Allxrt Falrbrother captain and Tommy
Yale Men Are Practician-.
GALES FERRY. Conn.. June IS The
chief feature of the Yale practice this
morning was the trial of racing starts by
the 'varsity and (reshiave eight. The
freshmen showed a good deal of Improve
ment In form, bjt the work of the varsity
was a little ragged. The four-oar crew was
out for half an hour, taking a two-mile
spin. Much of the time was devoted to
practice at the catch and In recovering.
READY FOR THE RACE MEETING
Omaha Trotting; t lab Prepnred to
Open Its Track on Date
The Omaha Trotting Club and Hone
Show association will open its big race
meeting Wednesday, June 25, and for four
days will present speed contest of the
very beat quality. Aa the puraea amount
to 14,000 the ownera of the best racing
stock on the western circuit have made
numerous entries and many ot the horses
are already at the track. The card each
day will include pacing and trotting events
from the 2:12 to the 2:40 class. The racing
W. J. C. Kenyon.
T H. McPherson.
W. M. Burgess.
E. L. Iximax.
W. H. McCord.
J. C. Sharp.
E. P. Pe. k.
L. F. Crofoot.
T. C. Byrne.
P. B. Jlalght.
M. L. I-earned.
W. A. Watson.
O. W. Wattles.
J. 8. Bradv.
M. C. Peters.
B. H. Wood.
J. R. Buchanan.
J. G. Martin.
F. S. Cowglll.
P. A. Miium.
J. I Kennedy.
V. A. DavlR.
W. A. 1'axton,
F. A. Nash.
W. S. Jardine.
All railroads entering Omaha have made
a specliil rate of on fare and a third for
the round trip for those who wish to at
tend the racea.
At the track tho stable room will not
contain the hores being trained and it has
been necessary to take ome of the racers
to stables In the neighborhood. Many of
these horses have been entered In the races
which will take place June 25 to 28. and
from the character of the steeds It seems
that the races will be at least as good as
any ever seen In the city.
Of the horse at the grounds the largest
string is that of W. A. 1'axton. Jr. The
string is composed principally of the get
of Conqueror, but one notable exception Is
Bachelor Maid, by lied Heart, with a mark
of 2:22',. The head of the string is The
Merchant, with a record of 2:1M4, the win
ner of the Futurity us a 2-year-old and one
of the horses which will be campaigned on
tho circuit this year. There Is Confidence,
a chestnut mare with a mark of 2:2414;
The Medium, bay stallion, with a mark of
2:22i4, and George Castle, 2:lli, all of which
will be entered In the races. Then there
are some green ones which will be started
from the sAme stable. Including The Critic,
a chestnut stallion; Conscience, a bay
mare; The Orphun, bny gelding, and Con
sider, bay mare. In that string there is a
team of 2-year-olds which are beauties, the
Cardinal ami the Clown, while four yeur
Uugs which are being trained on the
grounds are expected to show great form,
one a bay filly, Alta Axworthy, by Ax
worthy. The Keystone, a bay stallion, by
Ked lleart, la a yearling with much prom
ise. There are four green ones from Texas
which promise to make a showing during
the meeting, but they are unknown at this
time. The best one of this string, which Is
owned by S. D. Miller of Pecan Grove,
Tex., 1 believed to be Jim Beebe, a chest
nut gelding, but while the horse la one ot
the strongest and largest on the grounds,
he really .looks too heavy for track work.
The string la made un of Josle Patterson.
Doctor Chance and Ollle Miller. Josle Pat
terson and Jim Beebe are pacers, while the
others do the square steps.
w. n. crow s bay stallion, rnornie w.
with a mark of 2:18u. la said to be a fast
one and all of the men on the grounds ex
pect nim to oe in on tne money in any
race ne eniers.
Antler, a bav neld ne. and Clifford, a
chestnut gelding, owned by J. J. Enale
are two green pacers which will be given
a trial for the money at the coming races.
fcpoity jvi. owned and driven by John M.
Babbitt, mark 2:21m. baa thn anneuranra
of a thoroughbred and her owner says that
unless she makes a good record this season
ane will wear the saddle next year.
lorn uennison naa a string wnicn as a
wnoie la nard ro heat. The latest addition
to the string Is The Kid, which he bought
In New York last fall. He was atarted In
two races last year at Albany. N. Y.. run
ning second in races run Inside of the 0:15
limit. Both of the horses of the match
team which la driven bv Mr. Dennlson are
entered In the race, Derado, bv Durango,
with a mark of 2:invt, and Lucky Jim, by
George Bancroft, with a mark of 2:25. This
latter horse I one of the beat bred of anv
UII llltl IIUUIIUB,
Thirteen Is Glltner's InodoO.
MINDEN. Neb.. June 13. (SDecial Tele
gram.) It took Mlnden thirteen Innings to
defeat Giltner today In one of the fastest
games witnessed here this season. The
score was tied in the seventh and Basin In
the ninth and was won in the thirteenth by a
uuuote anu single, scoring tne winning run
wiin uiie innii out. ine reature or the
game was the enappy fielding of both
teams ana tne Datting ot jenera or Ulltner
Mlnden 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 ft
Ulltner 0 00 0 1 02 1 00 00 04
Hits: Mlnden. 11: Giltner. 11. Homo run
Jeffers, Waunek. Errors: Mlnden, 2: Gilt
ner, a. isirucK out: By Bender, 6; by
Waunek. 4. Bases on balls: on Henrler
off Waunek, 2. Batteries: Mlnden, Bender
aim juuure; umner, wauneK, and J err era
Mound City's Big; Derby.
ST. LOUIS. June 13. The cn-eat St 7 nnl.
uerny win ne run at the fair grounds to
morrow afternoon before probably the
largest attendance that has ever visited
the race course. The prize to be con
tested for will be worth 315.0(10. Othxp
tilings are at staae besides the money
value of the prize turf alorv. IopaI nriHa
and the prestige that always attends the
winner ot a great classic.
A neid ot nine horses will go to the post
con.prislng some of the very best 3-year-olds
In trtlring in the west.
i err t- irma is the loelcal winner of lh.
raci. This colt la bred in the purple, being
kv n.rmiiHo mi n I , V 1 J
Wausa Vanquishes Oamond.
WAUSA. Neb., June 13.-(Special Tele.
para.)-vv ausa defeated Osmond on the
home grounds today by a score of 14 to
wauBa s z o Z 1 0 14 15 :
Osmond 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 6 I
Batteries: Wausa, Rogers and Dreyer
Osmond, Hayne and Rowberg. Struck out
By Rogers, S; by Hayne, 4. Umpire: Neff
ot i lainvie w.
Springfield Wins an Easy One.
SPRINGFIELD, Neb.. June 13. (Special
Telegram.) The ball Beason was opened
here today with a same with Avocx Wh
The locals won In a canter by a score ot
22 to 8. Wet grounds made good playing
Impossible. Batteries: Springfield, Bates
and Youngs; Avoca, Herman and Pack
Andnbon Keeps on Winning.
AUDUBON. Ia.. June 13. (SDecial Tele
gram.) The Atlantic High school base ball
team surrered an overwhelming defeat a
the handa of the Audubon High achoo
team here today. The score waa 14 tn 7
The Audubon boys have not been beaten
oeiure tins year.
In Southern Aaaoclntion.
At New Orleans New Orleans. 5; At
At Memphis Memphis, 6: Birmingham. 2
At Shreveport Shreveport, 6; Nuahvllle,
At Little Rock Little Rock, 7; Chatta
Bancroft Defeats Indiana.
BANCROFT. Neb.. June 13 f Special.)
Bancroft defeated the Omaha Indians on
the home field Thursday by a score of
11 to 6. Batteries: Bancroft, Tarrant and
Dtatiu; inoians, Mitctieii, Leslie and Miller,
At Bloomlngton Bloomlngton,
On College Diamond.
At Ann Arbor Cornell, B; Michigan, J.
Passenger Train Ditched.
CRAW FORDS VI LLE, Ind., June 13.
Monon passenger train No. i ran Into an
open switcn approaching tne Crawford
ville station this afternoon and the am.
glue tender, mall and baggage cars were
ditched. Engineer Crawford and Fireman
Frank went down with the engine, but es
caped aerlouB injury. The passengers were
Tralnlns Ship Aaaln Afloat.
BALTIMORE, June U.-The United States
training ship Chesapeake, which ran
aground In Taylor's Island, was floated luat
night. It waa uninjured and is supposed to
nave iirut-efurq on its cruise wiin tne first,
second and third classes of naval cadets.
l here are no observatories between
xayiors island ana tne capes.
Leeds President of tho t'hoetaw.
CHICAGO. June 13 At a meeting of di
rectors of the Choctaw Railroad r-nmnam
held at the Hock Island offices William R
Iyeeris was elected president. George H
Crosby secretary and C. F. Jilson treas.
urer. Charles H. Warren of Chicago was
ir-iej a llirn tur in ua piACS ill FrgnclB
. uuwiu, resigned.
BUSINESS IS NOT RETARDED
Df pressing Labor OontroTersies Are Offset
by Bright Crop Outlook.
GAIN IN RAILWAY EARNINGS UNABATED
Preaaare t'onsplenons la Stractnral
Shops and Aarlrnltaral Works
Swamped with Orders Sales
tn Textllea Moderate.
NEW YORK. June 13. R. G. Dunn A
Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says: No
diminution in business Is apparent from
labor controversies owing to me pros
nctua rondtiinn of the agricultural situ
ation and bright outlook for this years
put.ll riiatrlhiitlnn of llarht-welght wear
ing apparel has felt the stimulus of nigner
temperatures. Railway earnings In May
were 8.7 per cent larger than last year and
21.7 per cent above those of 19i0.
There continues to be a wide discrep
ancy between the amount of business of
fered and tne contracts ciuneu m man;
branches of the Iron and steel Industry
owing to Inability of producers to assure
delivery at ecitied time. Contracts run
ning well Into next year Indicate that the
end of activity is not near. Pressure is
till most conspicuous ior railway uu
i-uxtitt-ui ahunm ami aaricultural Imple
ment works are crowded with orderB. ihe
sale of bessemer pig Iron at Pittsburg for
delivery next year was recently made
316.60. while Immediate shipments command
about 35 more.
Limited stock are still tne cause oi
steadiness in all branches or textiles.
Holders are not urging sales and buyers
show a disposition to wait. Purchasers of
cotton goods are Influenced by the pros
pect of cneaper raw maieriai aurr mo
new crop begins to move. Cotton rowe
slightly on a few unfavorable weather re
ports, but the outlook Is . very bright In
run ii v atu tea
Tardy deliveries ot snmpie pieces o- u
woolen mills nas caused comiuiuni ninona
tho rini ninra ami fall order are nut placed
freely. Wool sells more freely at leading
eastern markets and quotations are steady.
No change or Importance na occurreu
n leuther. Hides are aaaln strong, with
Texas steers leading the market and for
eign dry hides do not yield to lower bids.
Grain markets have shown the effect of
conflicting crop estimates and weather re
port. f ailures ror tne weea numoer im hi me
United States, against 179 last year, and
twenty In Canada, compured with twenty
three a year ago.
BRADSTHEET'S HEV1EW OF TRADE.
Export Business Improves and Con
fidence In Fall Trnde Growing;.
NEW YORK, June 13. Bradetreets' says:
t.ahnr trnulilea rliisprl the Immediate out
look, but good crop prospects fairly well
assure trade features. The effects of the
anthracite eoat'Btiike are no longer local
ized. It affects distributive trade tn a
wider area and higher prices for fuel re
duced the profits of manufacturers gen
erally throughout the east. Crop prospects
are not, or course, periect, out are nine
less than that.
Confidence In fall trade seems to be grow
ing. Export business, notably in manu
factured goods, is certainly Improving.
Cotton goods and copper, mineral oils and
lumber are all moving freely. Cereals,
provisions and raw cotton shipments In
May were, however, smaller than a year
ine ran tramc ouiiook is apparently ot
the best. The cruder forms of iron and
steel are apparently In diminished demand.
ii txea uroaucis. tnouan not auieuna in
fluences of the season, are in quite active
Bunding activity is unimpaired, except
where labor troubles interfere. In some
11 1.111. .1 ...1 .,... K 1 ,, 1.,.. . I - a A
lllirn 11,11111 V... .l i n,.i v, , i... iu ui j i , . , i . . i, u nil
shoes and woolen goods are displaying a
The ecarclty of hides keens prices firm
Shipments are 3 per cent larger than last
week, but 29 per cent less than a year ago.
Farm products strengthened slightly In
price this week.
Cotton strengthened slightly on the re
port that rain was needed, but also on the
natural reaction on the late decline.
Sugar reflected the active demand of the
last two weeks for canning purposes In a
fractional advance, ine peacn crop out
look Is certainly a good one.
Coffee struck what la practically the
lowest price record this year.
Labor troubles at the beginning of June
reduced tne pig iron output, but the out
long tor tne montn aa a wnoie is for a
heavy production, despite the curtailment
due to tne striae, implement manufac
turers have been free bidders for nig Iron
this week for delivery in the first and sec
ond quarters of next year and some large
contracts for structural materials, bridge
work and tunnel construction have been
placed. Imports of pig Iron and steel are
Activity Is less noticeable In tlnnlnten
sheets and wire, and there la a berceotlble
quieting aown reported in some lines or
The feature In the dry goods market has
been the Improved reorder business re
ported bv eastern and western Inhhera.
summer fabrics being esneclallv railed for
inquiry ior raw wool is rather better and
stocks of the old clip are closely curtailed.
Wheat, including flour exports, for the
week aggregate 3.400.314 bushels, aaalnnt
4.rIO,06o bushels last week and 4,790,107 In
tnis weea last year. v neat exports from
juiy i, lvoi, io oate tnrty weeks), aggre
gate 241,425,449 bushels, against 204,248,472
Corn exports aggregate 04 9S1 huahaia
against 86.254 last week and 2.569,264 last
year. July 1. 1901, to date corn exports are
io.uoi.uyo uusneia, against its, aw,, 37 last sea
Business failures for the week In the
United States number 165, as against 153
last week and 1X8 In this week last year.
r or canaaa u ior tne week, against 17
BREAKS DOWN UNDER VERDICT
Man Convicted of Kllllnn- Nelahbor
and Niece Weeps In
WASHINGTON, Kan.. June 13. Andrew
Peterson, on trial for the killing last Jan
uary at Oreenleaf, Kan., of Carl Holt and
his niece, Hilda Petersou, was today found
guilty of murder In the first degree. Sen
tence will be pronounced next week. Pe
terson atood up well until bis father began
to weep, then be broke down and It wad
necessary to support him on the way to
The evidence showed that Peterson bad
robbed his niece's bouse and when Hoi
resisted him, had killed both to prevent
BESSIE BONEHILL IS DYING
Actress Suffering from n Cancer and
Cannot Live More Than
NEW YORK, June 13. Beaale Bonehill
the actress, Is dying from cancer at a hotel
in London, according to advices received
by members of ber family.
Accompanied by her busband, W. R.
Seeley, and ber son the went to Europe last
September to fill an eight months eogage
mcnt. Owing to illness, however, she was
compelled to cancel many of her contracts,
An operation waa performed for cancer
and for several weeks the continued to lm
prove, but the bat had a relapse and the
physicians say she cannot possibly live
more than six months.
Buy ONLY the GENVINE.'
(Johamtt Maria Farina)
CAU DC COLOGNE
is need by all Royal heads of
Burupa. The Duat faatuonabie
scant of to-day, very refrratuiif,
laatlrif, sweat and iiicaie 1 pro
duces an atmoaousre of fuciustlcg, exquisite r
Itiamcnt. .li I a THE MOST fnmiu
fEbri'HIC ia Soitipa.
For sale by
W. R. BENNETT CO.
. W. Cor. Uth and Harney Bts.
R0M0TI0N COMES TO KAYSER
Omaha Man Becomes Spreekles Rep
resentative In Extensile Cali
Albert H. Kayscr, formerty of Omaha, has
been appointed general auditor of the
Coronado Beach company and all Its allied
companlea, Including the Hotel Pel Cor-
nado. Southern California Mountain Water
company and the San Diego and Coronado
Transfer company, at San Plego, Cal. Mr.
Kayser was for many years chief rlerk
in the office ot division superintendent of
the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha
Railroad company in thla rlty. He waa
married In Omaha to Mlsa Nettie Prlchard,
stater of J. G. Prlchard ot the Union
Pacific headquarters and Justice (1. A.
Prlchard. Mrs. Kayser ia the only slater
of the late Mrs. T. W. Blackburn. The
companlea named are known as the Spreck
els companies in San Diego. The general
auditor has charge of the accounts of ten
corporations and reporta direct to the
Spreckels people in San Franciaco. Mr.
Kayaer was appointed auditor of the Cor
onado Beach company about a year ago
and this appointment la a promotion. Mr.
Kayser was also a member of the city coun
cil of San Diego for two terms.
CONNOLLY COMES A REFORMER
Returns from Ills Trip to Detroit Full
of Xew otlona na to County
County Commissioner James P. Connolly
and Mrs. Connolly have returned from their
eastern trip, which Included visits to De
troit, Buffalo and St. Louis. While in De
troit the commissioner attended the ses
sions of the National Conference of Chari
ties and Correction, and Inspected the poor
farm and hospital of Wayne county.
'After consulting with authorities at the
conference and visiting the excellent charl-
tablo Institutions at Detroit, I am firmly
convinced that we ought to remove all
political Influence from our county hos
pital and poor farm," said the commla
sloner this morning. "At the Wayne county
poor farm they have had the same superin
tendent for seventeen years, through demo
cratic and republican administrations, and
they never allow politics to figure in the
affairs of the Institution. That policy ac
counts for the perfect discipline and ex
cellent Bervlce of the Institution. I am for
taking the Douglas county hospital and
poor farm out of politics."
TWO FROM FROEBEL SCHOOL
Closing; Exercises There Send Fair
Forth Ready to Enter
The first annual graduation exercises of
the Froebel school were held Friday
at the institution. 2567 Farnam street.
The graduates were Elsie Lush Funkhouser,
daughter of L. P. Funkhouser, and Samuel
Brown Millard, son of Alfred Millard.
These two have completed the common
school course, and are now ready for the
High school, for which both have success
fully passed the superintendent'! examina
tion for entrance.
The other children of the school partici
pated in the exercises and after essays, re
citations and other forms of entertainment
by them, Samuel Millard gave a "Resume
of Julius Caesar." Elsie Funkhouser read
an original story, "The Child of the
Clouds." Francis S. White delivered the
graduating address, and there were several
musical numbers before the exercises closed
wltb the singing of "America" by the
fne First itO-Hour Train of tho Penn.
sylvanln Linen, Chicago to
Will begin running next Sunday, June 15,
leaving Chicago Union Station 12 noon, ar
riving Pittsburg 10:20 p. m. no stop for
passengers between Chicago and Pittsburg
arrive Philadelphia 6:66 a. m.. Twenty-
third Street Station, New York City 9 a.
m., eastern, or 8 a. m. -central time. Re
turning leaves New York 1:55 p. m., ar
rives Chicago 8:55 a. m. Particular In
formation about fares, eta., may be ob
tained by addressing H. R. Dering, A. G.
P. Agt., 248 South Clark St., Chicago.
It Is anything but pleasant to have
and Augutt. The time to remedy this
There is no building In Omaha to well
(ort of ltt tenants in all kindt ot weather at
fountain it not only a tourca ot delight to
and the thick walls and toutheatt egpoaure
There afe not many vacant roomt In
out ot the building hat lett a tew of the
List of vacant rooms in
MOOM Mi luu feet,
alley. This is i
alley, ihls is a large, light room,
iignt, water end Janitor service. It
Uulldlug Court and Seventeenth
IliTB ion There Is no finer ofiice suit
lust on tiie right nand of the great
large wiuuowa looking upon the fro
fronts on Farnam sliest. One room
burgiar-proof vault, marble mantel
frescoed to suit tenant
ROOM luti Tola room la just at the head
It would be a very daalrable ottioe
uaclur. Tlie Hour apace la 16x1 teet
ROOM SOS i This room Is 21x8 feet and is very conveniently located near the
elevator. A sign on the door can be readily seeu lu supping oft tha eleva
tor Price IU.0
ttOOil 33i This room la 17x12 feet and will be divided to suit the tenant.
This room is pariiouiarly adapted lor some couceru needing large tloor
space ana is a decidedly handsome ofiice, having an euuauce facing lb '
court and windows looking out upon seventeenth street. It hax a very
Urge burglar-proof vault, hard woo d flours auu ia cue of the ciiolceat offi
ces is the buliuiiig ,, , , jricebAul
ClOOM 40li ixxu ft. This room is nest to the elevator and faces court. It
has a large burglar-proof vault and la well ventilated. Has good light,
and for tne price furnishes first-class accommodations... Prt.a 17.!a)
tl'ITK Bl4i This Is a very large room, 1743 feet It faces west, but U vtry
light and wall ventilateu. It Is very seldom that space ot thla U U of
fered In The Bee Building. It coul d be used to auvantage by some firm
employing a large number of clerks, or requiring large flour space a
wholesale Jeweler, or manufacturer s agent, who would Ilka, to be In a
tire-proof building, or It will be dlvl ded to suit the tenant Pile JOO.Og
flo)OM Oali This room faces the court and Is 14x14 feet. It hks a burglar-proof
vault, and as It la near the telegraph oflloa and on the same flour with a '
number of grain firms, it would be a particularly good room for a grain
firm desiring ftrst-claas Aocommodatlua Price J20.O
SUTB 610i This consists of two roomt.
large burglar-proof vault, have bee
where any business or professional
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healthy rnucui that
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cannot reach tht teat ol dlstasc Nan's
Dyspepsia Cure will make a
complete cure. Srtnd tor Booklet, Free
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Drug Co., lth and Dodge Sts.,
Omaha, and leading druggist.
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or Mftti nf thtwlc ti4l.
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Is the acknowledge STAVDARP RATH
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a St. Paul and Return,
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85.00 a r.
Id all DISEASES
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IT IS HOT.
a hot c flics In which to work during Jul
is now. ''
constructed with reference to the com
The Bee Building. The court, with Its
the eye, but furnishes perfect ventilation,
make It an Ideal tummer office building,
tht building, but the movement in and.
very choicest roomt at your disposal.
atrtet anl ban windows
ai.d the rental price Includes beat.
has ao entrance both on The jbee
in Omaha than this one. 'it It located
marble stairway, and has unusually
ua cimaucB way oi uie uuiiuilig. II
ia 17xi and tha other 6x.lt. It baa a
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