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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1902.
TAKES THREE AT ST. JOSEPH
cut: Br Eiion. I; by Taylor. 1 Time: 1:40.
Chicago Takee Both.
OmeU Estonia the Compliant far Trick of KrTfrVth
played loosely. Attendance, J.00O. Score
and flporer both pitched treat ball and had
rxceueni support. Attendance, ocore:
TOLEDO. I MINNEAPOLIS.
Pnrne. lb ... lit Ormrt, lt III
'uiir. i! ill
Saints During Lait Visit.
TAKES ELEVEN INNINGS TO DECIDE IT
ft.. H. OA. II
llele. If I I I rerr.1.
Rearke'a Mea Dl.tlngal.B Themselves
T Batting" "BonW P'lrvla aad
Also br Soma Gllt-a4gd
Loir, b ..
I I Donovan, rf.. 1
0 1 Smoat, rf . . .. I
1 I Kruer. m ... 1
lb ... I I
U t 1
Turner, lb... I 4 I
smith, lb.... 111
Ow.n, M. a 1 4 I
Oramus, I I I I I
Ollke. ef I I c
Kleinw. 1Mb I II 4 4
Hughay, P.... 4 14 14
wiinv. rf... 4 114
Warden, lb... 4 I II t I
brack. ... 1 f 1
Curler. as.... 4 4 114
nyere, e I i 1
nporar, 4 1 4 I 4
1 4 14 II 1
I 1 Hirtmna, Ib 1
I 4 J. o Null. c. 4
1 4 M. ONell. a. 4 1 4 I
I Triali 1 I H 11 I
Total. I II 17 II 4
Chicago t t I M t 1 M
Bt, Louis 0 OOQlOtlO '
Earned runa: Chicago. 1 Two-base hit
M. ONell, Jones. Double plays: Tinker
to uwi to Dexter, Kahoe to Lowe to
Dexter, Calhoun (unassisted). Passed
fails: M. O Nell. Stolen bases: Lowe,
filuvla 1nm Ulll III. W, nU k . J k.ll.
wno 11 anegeo W nave interiered wun ma By Taylor, Barclay (J). Wild ltoh: Tay-
nan on accond so a to prevent mm irom l mr. riret base on bane: on: o Neil, .
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Juna JO. Special Tel
egram.) Omaha won today'! game In the
eleventh Inning. Tha second score In thla
Inning la credited to a play of Dolaa'a,
getting the ball to first, completing a
double play. . In ' tb flrat inning Carter
vent down on an error, Oenlna sacrificed,
Eton got a two-bagger, acorlng Carter and
Oenlni. In tbe third Carter got a tingle.
Oenlnt tnd Stone tingled, tcorlng Carter.
He was the last man to cross tbe home
plate until the eleventh Inning. Oenlns
singled, Stone flew out to center field, Do
lan singled, scoring Oenlna. Dolan wa
caught at aecond, but Stewart waa made
aafe on first by the Interference -of Dolan.
Calhoun tingled. Hlckey then also tingled
and Stewart walked home. Calhoun, while
trying to ateal home wat caught at the
plate. - The visiters distinguished them
telvet by their batting. They were able to
hit Farvln at they pleased In the first and
eleventh innings. Both pitchers at timet
bad the batter at their mercy. Stone, In
left field, made tome very pretty running
catches, which drew from the tpectators
generous applause. Attendance, 800. Score:
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
Carter, rf , 6 2 1
Genius, cf Bi t
Btonu, If 6 0S
Dolan, ee 6 0 1
Btewart. Zb 4 1 0
Calhoun, lb 4 0 1
Hlckey, 3b 6 0 1
Gondlng, c... 4 0 1
Alloway, p 4 0 0
By O Nell, 1. Deft on baaee:
fit, Louie, 5; Chicago, 8. Time of game:
i:ai. umpires: Brown and lowers.
Score second game:
CHICAOO. ST. LOUIS.
R H O A.E.I R H.O.A.E
4 14 4 I FtrreH, lb... 4 14 11
4 Donovan, rt-. 1
4 Imoot, cf 4
4 Barclay, If... 1
4 Kruger, m ...
4 Calhoun, lb. . 1
4 Hartmann, Ib 4
I Ryan. 4
1 Murphy, p.... 1
I 1121 10 I
Murphy out for not running.
St. I -out 001000030-4
Chicago 1 J 0 4 0 0 0 0 1-
Earned runs: Bt. Louis. 1: Chlcaco, 5.
Three-base hits: Barclay, Williams. Sacri
fice hits: Menefee, Bchaefer. Double play:
Lowe to Dexter. Stolen bases: Kilna,
Dexter. Struck out: By Murphy, 1. Left
on bates: Bt. Louis, 10; Chicago, . Time:
1:38. Umpires: Brown and Power.
4 If It II I I
Totala 1 14 M II II
Toledo 0 001000000 0-1
Minneapolis .0 0000100000 01
Two-bane hire.: Rmlth Owen. Huahev.
Werden. Sacrifice hits: Meaney, Burns,
Smith. Double nlav: Lvnch to Bvera to
Grant to Warden. Struck out: By Hughey,
f: by Sporer, 8. Passed ball: Orafflua.
Flrat base on bnlla: On Rnorer. 1: off
Hughey, 8. Time: 1:80. . Umpire: Bher-
At Indianapolis Indlanannlls-Ksnsas City
fame postponed ; wet grounds. Two gamea
Staadlag; ef the' Team.
Milwaukee at Louisville, Minneapolis at
Toledo, Kanaas City at Indianapolis.
ELKS' BALL PLAYERS PRACTICE
Omaha Lodge's Nlae Getting; Iate
Shape to Meet Caaacll
Played. Won. Lost P.C.
.... 69 40 18 .8 8
64 3 2i) .613
.... 68 84 16 .t7
..... 38 n .f0
.... 68 27 31 ,6i
68 28 33 .481
.... 68 20 88 .34
60 18 41 .317
St. Paul at Columbus,
At Pittsburg Pittsburg-Clnetnnatl came
Standing; of the Teams.
Parvln, p 4
U 83 16
Boston at New York, Philadelphia
Brooklyn, Cincinnati at rmsDurg.
' The Omaha Elks who will nlar ball July
4 at the Western league grounds with the
Council Bluffs Elke are practicing daily on
the arounda of the Omaha Field club and
are rapidly getting in condition to do credit
to themselves and the lodge they represent.
Henry T. Clarke. Jr.. Dr. Fred Rustln.
Lynle Abbot and Frank Crawford are well
known ball playera with collegiate and
Omaha reputations, and they will give a
good account of themselves next Friday
afternoon. The Council Bluffs Elks report
they are also In dally practice and they
ere rietrmtni1 in win the mA it ft la
671 nnaaihlii for thpm tn tin met. Thev rifatA
.854 the Omaha Elks last vear. W. A. Kourke.
owner of the Western league Omaha team.
na loaned tne necessary unuorms ror me
Omaha Elks' nine. Game will be called
at 2:30 o'clock. Tlcketa can be had only at
the grounds. It Is expected that there
will be a very large attendance.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
After Playing; Flfteea Innings Dark
aeaa Comes at St. Loala with
tha Soore Tie.
Totals :;...40 8 88 18 1
Omaha 2010000000 I-6
6t. Joseph 000200010003
Earned runs: Omaha, 6; St. Joseph, 8.
Two-base hits: Stone (2), Dolan, Brashear,
Hartman. Sacrifice hits: Oenlns, Rohe,
Garvin. Double play! Maher to Hall to
Rrnahenr. Lert on oases: umini, "i.
ST. LOUIS. June 80. The second game be
tween St Louis and Cleveland today was
a flteen-lnning Ditchers' battle betwe-n
Reldy and Bernhard, darkness ending the
contest, neither team acorlng arter tne
eighth. The field was so very soft and
slippery that the players had trouble keep
ing tneir looting, in tne nrst game tne
Stock Yards Juniors Wla.
The Union Stock Yards Juniors defeated
the Ben Hur Juniors In an interesting game
oy tne score or to z. watt ror tne uen
Hure pitched splendid ball, but had one
off inning, in which he gave three bases
On balls and allowed four hits. Cauahev
did not pitch hit usual good game, but
gepi tne nut wen scattered.
Stock Tarda Juniors... 0 1 7 0 0 08 4 3
Ben liur juniors I l o 0 0 03 4
Batteries: Stock Yards Juniors. Cauahev
and Miller; Ben Hur Juniors, Watt and
Gray. Struck out: By Caughey, 8; by
Watt, 9. First base on balls: Off Caughey,
4: off Watt, 4. Two-base hits: McMahon,
Miner: Aims oi game: v:bo. umpire
Joseph. 6. First basnon balls: ore Alloway, gt. Louis team went to pieces behind
l; ore psrvin, l. tin ny pm unu. Harper, wno was very
wtlH 14 mrma KattA
Stewart. Roth. Struck out: By Aiioway, a; ii OVer the lot. Latole. Hickman and Brad
by Parvin, 5. -Time: 1:30. Umpire: Cole. I ley touching him for successive home runa
Dee Moines Loses la Twelfth. m the sixtn. ucore. nrst game;
. CLEVELAND. iT. LOUIS.
KANSAS CITY June 80. Kansas City de- R.H O A I R.H.O.A.X
feated Des Moines in a twelve-inning game Pickering, ef. I I 4 4 0 Burkatt, If... 0 4 4 1 4
trxluv. which was a Diicners oaiiin juci nr, ii i w i rni, n......
- . . . . , - AC. . I ,1I.L
the third Inning. Attendance, 260.
Lajola. lb.... 11111
Hickman, lb. i I I 4 0
Bradley, Ib... i 4 1 I 4
Oorhnauar, a 1 9.1 0
0 H.mpMII. rt. I
Haiarlca, ct.. o
Andaraon, lb. 4
Wallace, aa. . . 4
aa 1 4 4.1 OiMcCorm'k. Ib I
.. I 1 T 4 01
Kansas City.... 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 t- 4 13 1
Des Moines 001100010000-8 7 4
Batteries: Kansas City, Rlsely and Mes-
tltt; Dea Moines, warry ana nsiiwu.
Millionaires Shat Oat.
....wirwv t.. an T)-nitpliwl 1 Totals 8 4 17 14 4
a wat gam. thl. af J 5 ? fc1!
?."I-ri-eHtn. iml .llnwlna the visitors I St. Loula 0 00100010-2
" . . ; . . , . , , ii, I m . i . i jt a rr. w . . . v I ,
r.nrueu lull. (.iBvvwnu, v. x wu-unir in.
Bradley. Three-base hit: Pickering. Home
runs: Lajole, Hickman; Bradley. Sacrifice
I 1 I I 0
.17 II 17 11 1
I'PlMfn, lb... I
Ponahua. c... 4
Harper, p. ... 4
Mlnden Wins from MeCook.
MINDEN. Neb.. June 80 (Sbeclal Tele.
? ram.) Mlnden won a hard fought game
rom McCook today. The feature of the
came was a timely nit by Peterson, whlen
with an error by Cone, gave Mlnden two
runs In the ninth and the game. Score:
Mlnden 01000000 t t
McCook 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 I i
Struck out: By Gaines. 7: by Jones, 4.
First base on balls: Oft Gaines. 1. Bane
hits: Mlnden, 2; McCook, 2. Hit by pitched
ball: By Gaines, 1. Two-base hits: Gaines,
Peterson, i;one, ieacn. atienes: Minnen
Galnet and Bender; McCook, Jones and
Flaadreaa Worsted br Slows.
YACHT FOR TOE PRESIDENT 1?
Xajflowar to Bt ths Ocean Horn of the
Ruler ef the Betiea.
REFITTED IN MOST LUXURIOUS STYLE
Boat Oaea Proaerfy al Mrs. Geelet,
bat la Sold a tnltea States
tow t'so Darin the
NEW YORK, June 80. The Mayflower, the
official yacht of the United States and ocean
home of President Roosevelt, lie tn tbe
Brooklyn navy yard. In itt new function.
after undergoing alteration that cost Io0,-
000, it It ready for e' aa one of tbe most
luxuriously sppolnted vessels afloat. The
yacht waa commissioned Saturday, uui um
date of tailing from tha navy yard ha not
Of the new Mayflower all the officer at
the navy yard are proud, at they feel it
will be a fitting residence for the chief
executive of the nation when aocial or naval
regulation call on him to fly hi flag afloat.
In dedgnlng such a palace for use by tbe
president the United State departs some
what from the old lines of Jefferson sim
plicity and take itt place with the other
world powert In the matter of naval luxury.
Neither the Hohenrollern nor any or the ;
other royal yacht ha etate room and
saloons more beautiful or costly than thoee
of the president' yacht
Yacht la Lavishly Furnished.
In tha four week Just pasted the May
flower ha been refitted and refurnished
completely from item to ttern. The presi
dent' quarter! are aituated aft, on tha
main deck, and include tlx state rooms for
tbe exclusive use of himself, Mr. Roose
velt and their children. Tbe two larger of
these state rooms have been very lavishly
furnished. Special attention hat been given
to the decoration of tbe bulkhead and the
paneling, which are covered with expensive
ilk in many color.
Tn smoking room occupies the after
portion of tbe spardeck and 1 finished in
teak, with a floor of fancy woods, inlaid in
mosaics, and waxed. Many cane chair and
eofaa add to the comfort to be had in this
Behind the officer' quarters, below the
main deck, it the president's dining saloon.
It extendi the width of tbe thlp and it
furnished in white and gold, Louli XIV
style. Running aft It the compantonway
to tbe president's reception room. Some
of the panel along thia companlonway are
made of Valenciennes lace painted over
with a silver paint to represent steel. In
the reception room the white and gold
effect I tlll carried, out.
Leading down to tne berth deck aft i
a magnificent mahogany stairway that
give entrance to the president' private
eult. There are two large state room,
four imaller one and two bath rooms.
On the port aide, Just outside the presi
dent' room, i hi private bath. The tub
1 cut from a solid block of fine marble.
Onee Belonged to Mra. Goelet.
only three singles. Both team played gm-
edged ball. Attendance, B&o. BCore:RHB
Milwaukee .... 10000100 480
Colo. Springs. 00 0000000-080
Batteries: Milwaukee, Barber and Lucia;
Colorado Springs, Gaaton and Baerwald.
At Peoria Peoria-Denver game post
poned; wet ground.
Standing of tha Teama.
Played. Won. Lost P.C.
Kansas City 3 f0 21 .66
Omaha J? "
Sfinwv.eurkee":::::::::::6l S U .ti
Dee Moines:::::::.:., m 19 37 .m
No game today.
hit: Bay. Double playa: Wallaceatn Padden
to Anderson, liemphlll to Anderson, Anaer
ton to Wallace to Bradley to Lajole. Passed
balls: By Donahue, 8. Stolen bases:. Pick-
. VI It hv ' Mtdhiul hall! RV
Wright L Wild pitches: By Harper 1; by
w riant, l. r irst oase on dbiii; wii nnrpct,
; oft Wright, 2. Struck out: By Wright, ;
by Harper, 4. Left on basea: St. Louis, ;
Cleveland. 6. Time: 1:43. Umpire: Sheridan.
Score, aecond game:
tT. LOUIS. -CLEVELAND,
R.H O A. E l R.H.O.A.B
Burkatt. If... 1 I 1 S'Plckerlng, ef. 1 114 4
0 Hajr, ii via
SiPllck, rf Ill
IILaJola, lb.... I 4 I
1 Hickman, lb. 4 I H
0 Bradl.y. lb... Ill
llOochnavar, as 4 1 I
4Woo4, a 4 4 I
A Bernhardt, n. Sit
iBamla, lb.... I 1 I
. I 4 41 11 1
t 11 a II I
At Rockford Rock island, 7; Rockfprd, 4.
At Davenport-Cedar Raplda. 9; Daven-
PAt' Evansvllle Terre Haute game post-
P At" Bloomlngton Decatur game post
poned. GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
'Philadelphia Beata Brooklyn Owlag
Flood'a Error Which Permlta
Fraaer to Score.
nftn.r, VHT Y . . v. an Th. TtillAia1nM.
snuuiviiin, iuu ,.. , rain
team beat out the Brooklyn! today owing pPch!cago-Both Chicago-Detroit gameg
to an error oy kwo which uau i poatponed; wei grounoa.
BIOITX PITY. Ia.. June SO. (Special Tele-
?ram.) Flandreau's crack team was de
eatett In a nrettv tame here today by
Sioux City. Score, 6 to t. Hlldebrand of
Princeton played right field for Flandreau.
score oy innings
filnux.Cltv 0 0 0 A 0 8 11 6
Flandreau 0 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 03
Batteries: Sioux City. Bubllts and Jame
son; Flandreau, Swain and Oreen.
Benson Jnnlora Win.
Last evening the Benton Junior beat the
Walnut Hill team, 14 to 1, in a five-Inning
game. Batteries: Benson Juniors. Fox and
O'Connor; Walnut Hill, Goodrich and Drls-
coll. The Benson juniors would line to
hear from any team under 18 years of age.
In Soathern Association.
At Memphis Memphis, 8; Little Rock, 0
At ShreveDort New Orlea.. . 4; Shreve-
At Birmingham Birmingham, 11; Chatta
At Atlanta iNasnvuie, ; Atlanta, .
Meteor Loses the Race.
KIEL June 80 Emonror WllHnm steered
his American built schooner yacht Meteor
acroas the finish line at 1:30 thia morning.
two hours behind Iduna, the empress
yacht, which in the lightest of aire between
flat calms, passed from the tall to the head
of tha fleet. Lasda came In second. The
sailing committee got in at 4 o'clock and
its members went to their hornet without
announcing the results. -nen raraer,
... . . . ,, .... I skipper of Meteor, says: "They ought to
At wasnington vvBBnintiun-x-iiiiiiuciyii'a i pu tne masts out of Meteor and put in a
Hemphill, rf.. 4
H.ldrlfk, ef.. I
Anaereoa, lb. 4
Wallace, as. .. 4
McCorm'k, lb 4
Padden, Ib... 1
Ponahua. a... 1
St. Louis 10O0O0O2O00O80O-3
TCarned runa: Rt. Ldluis. 1. TwO-baSO hit:
Bernhardt. Sacrifice hit: Lajole. Double
nlnv: Wallace to McCormlck. Passed ball
Wood. Stolen bane: Hickman. Hit by
nttnViBrl hall! Rv Reldv. 2. Wild Pitch:
Bernhardt. First base on balls: Off Reldy,
2; off Bernhardt, 3. Struck out: By Reldy,
tr hv Rnrnhardt. 8. Left on bases: St.
Loula. 7; Cleveland. 11. Time: 2:0S. Um
pire; Sheridan. Attendance, 3,000.
Beside the arrangement made for the
comfort of the president and his family In
tbe living and sleeping spartments aboard
extensive plant were made to give him the
benefit! of the most Improved culinary
and sanitary contrivance!. There it a
large refrigerating plant in the forward
part of the vessel near the dining saloon.
Nothing hat been left undone to make the
Mayflower a fit habitation for the ruler
of a wealthy nation. .,
Before the Spanish-American war tbe
Mayflower was the property of Mrs. Goelet.
It had been built for her husband on the
! Clyde at a coat of 1800,000. when Mr.
Goelet died hit widow at one time con
templated telling the yacht to the king
Of the Belgian. At the outbreak of tbe
war the Mayflower waa bought as a
torpedo boat destroyer at a cost of $450,
000. The vessel 1 321 feet over all, 275
feet on the water line.
When Governor Allen wa sent to Porto
Rico he wa given tbe Mayflower, after it
had been outfitted at considerable expense,
as hit offlolal yacht. The Mayflower, which
now replace the Dolphin, la under com
mand of Lieutenant Commander Albert
aim noatnnned: rain
At uaitimoraj oailiinur-j-ouaiuit
motor." The emperor. Admiral von Elsen
decher taya, thinks very well of Meteor.
to score with the winning run.
ance; 2,700. Score:
R.H. OA. E.I R.H.O.A
Thomas, ef. .. 1 4
Barrr. rf 4 4
Hulawut. aa.. 4 I
Douglass, lb. 1
Browne, If.... 4 4
lull man, lb.. 4 4
Chills, lb.... I 1
Fraaer, p 1 1
I I 0 1 Dolan. cf 4 4 14
4 1 SlKeeler. rt...1. 4 111
I I 0 fbecaard. If.. 4 111
I 1 liMeCrearr. lb. 4 1 11 4
I 4 O.Dahlen. aa... 1111
4 I Irwin. Ib 1114
4 4 4jAhearn, a.... 4 14 1
I I ITlood, Ib 14 8 1
4 3 4Newton, p.... 4 4 4 1
Kltaoa 4 4 4 4
Totala I I If II 01
I Totala 1 I 17 II 8
'Batted for Newton in ninth.
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 S
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 01
Earned run; - Brooklyn, L First base on
errors: Philadelphia, 2. Left on bases:
Philadelphia, 2: Brooklyn. 8. Two-base
hits: Hulswltt, Dahlen, Aheam. Three
base hit: Fraaer. Stolen bases: Browne,
McCreary. Double play: Hulawltt (unaa
alated). Sacrifice hit: Barry: First baas
on balls: Off Newton, 8: off Fraier, 4.
Time: 1:60. Umpire: Emails.
New York Santa Oat Boston.
NEW YORK. June 80. Boston defeated
New York In the flrat game of tha present
aeries today, shutting The home team out
Attendance, i.uuv. ocore;
Standing; of the Teama.
Played. Won. Lost P.C.
Chicago 61 33 18 . 647
&!.. " 68 33 25 .669
Philadelphia - 68 24 . 647
.... oi io w
68 27 81 46
..... 64 24 80 .444
.... 67 28 33 . 438
68 24 84 .414
Cleveland at Detroit. Chi
cago at St Louis, Washington at Boaton,
Baltimore at rnuaaeipma.
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Colamhaa Fatla ta Solve Cegjaa'a
Carves aad Are Shat Oat
by St. Pant
COLUMBUS, O., June SO. No local batter
except McFarlan could solve Cogan's
curves this afternoon and Columbus was
esslly shut out by St. Paul. Both of the
visitors' runs were due to basea on balls.
Attendance, en. ucore
Ib 1 4 1 I 0
. . . R.H.O.A.B
Cooler, ef.... 114 4 0
Tenner, lb... 4 1 II
Ixaaoat, Ik... 114
Carney, rf.... I 8 4
Courtney, aa. 4 4 I
Orenilnser, lb 4 1 1
Luau. if I 8 1
Klttrlase. a.. I I I
fcaeoa, I 1 1
.. 4 4 4 4
.. 4 4 4
Brodle, cf.... 4 14 4 1
Dunn. If -lb...
Jonea, If I
Lauder. Ib... I
I'O'Haiea, rf.. I
llBowermaa, a. 4
4 smith, lb.... I
I'Mataew'B, lb I
4 Bean, aa 4
.Taylor, p. .,
lanu eager ...
I Totala .4 i It U 8
Batted for Taylor in ninth.
New York ..
Earned runsi Boston, 4. First base on
errors: Boaton, 6; New York, L Left on
bases: Boston, 7; New York, 3. Two-base
Pita: Cooler, Lush, Tenney. Stolen bases:
Carney, Greminger, Dunn, O'Hagen. Double
rlaya: Demont to Courtney to Tenney,
trodle to Mathewson, Jones to Bowerman.
First bane on balls: Oft Taylor, L Struck
Ptllard, If.... 1
lhaaaon, cf.. 6
Keller, lb.... I
Lumley. rf... 4
Husftae, lb.. I
Pterca, a 4
Lynch, aa.... 4
Cotan, f 4
4 4 4 4 4
4 4 4 4
4 4 4 4
4 4 II I
4 4 14
McFarlaa, rf. 4 I 1 I
VIoi. lb. 14 11
Pox, a 4 4 11
Wagner, .... 4 4 4 1
....1 1031003 0-8
....0 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0-0
Wot 193 yr the
(Jehaaa Maria Farias)
Total! 8 I 17 II H Totala I I IT U I
St. Paul 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 0-2
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Stolen base: Geler. Sacrifice hit: Wag.
ner. Shannon. Hugglns. Two-base hit: Mc
Farlan. Three-base hit: Lumley. Double
plays: Nat tress to Vlos to Myers, Vlox to
Vlvers. Vlox to Nattresa to Myers. Struck
out: By Wagner. 2: by Cogan, 1. First
base on balls: Oft W agner, 8; off Cogan, 8.
Hit by pitched ball: fey Cogan. 2. Time;
l.a. umpire: jiaaaeii,
Shrlver Loses for Laalavllle.
LOUISVILLE. June 80. Schrlver't bad
throw, allowing CUngman to acore In the
Isat lonlng, lost the game for Louisville
today. All tne runs were made on errors.
Attendance. 1.700. Score:
MILWAl'KCE. I . LOUISVILLE.
R.H.O.A.B I I.H.at.l
Hallmaa. rf.. 4 4 1 4 0 Kerwta. .... 4 111
Clmsmas, as. 1 I 1 I lU'lymer. ef.... 4
kcbr.de, ct . 4 III 4 Oaaaon, lb... 4
I. Ik.... s
Woman's Tennis Champloashlp.
PHILADELPHIA. June 80. Mist Marlon
Jonea of Nevada today won the woman'a
tennis championship from Miss Elizabeth
vtnr fcv default Mtas Moore vii taken
sick on Saturday while playing ber second
set with Miss Jonee and play was post
poned until today, miss Moore a inaispo-
ltion provea more krnvue man eiiuvifeiBM
nd she was unable to conclude the game.
Miss Jonet was thereupon declared cham
Lawn Teaals Cb.ama.loa.
LONDON. June 80. H. L. Doherty won
the all-England tennis championship today,
beating A. W. Gore, the holder, by 8-4,
6-3, 3-6 and 6-0.
Illinois Prohibitionists Meet.
PEORIA. III.. June 80. The prohibition
ists are gathering today tn large numbers
for tha annual state convention which
opena here this evening. Among the lead
ers here are tiaie jonnaon oi cnicago, wno
s state chairman; Hon. H. L. Patton ot
Pennsylvania: Oliver W. Stewart, chair
man of the national committee, and jonn
O. Woolley. The nomination of ofrtclala
will not take Dlace until Wednesday after
noon. Several special trains will arrive this
evenlnar bearing delegatea to the conven
tion. A lively fight it predicted on the
adoption ot a piatiorm.
Wants Kanaas City Bask,
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. June 80. F. L. TJn.
derwood of New York City, who is In the
.Itw ta mmiA tn h. njiffrtt le r I ner tn, h. wn
trolling Interest oi the National Bank of
Commerce, which haa deposits of nearly
332.000,000. Mr. Underwood held a confer
ence today with Dr. W. L. Woods, the
heaviest stockholder In the concern. While
Dr. v oods would not say that he waa
ready to sell his holdings, he admitted
that ne mignt retire before long.
a kcbr.de, ct.. 4 I 8 8 4
Snelurlck, Ik. I I I 1
1 f Rankle, lb... I 4 14 4 1
V law Dunsaa. II... 4 4 4 4 0
fr J McAndrewa, lb 1 II 4 0
I J Bpear. a 4 1 i 4 0
V. k Altrock, S....4 14 10
k- l Croaa. a I 4 14 4
EAV DC COLOGNE
HAS KEPT TUB LEAD
ta Karopo, Japan, India, Soath
Africa aud Aueualia. A Blue
daltcata, re free filial and laeuug
rtkri'HK for renue4 people;
is rsiudiy gaining favor bare.
FOR BALE BY
W. R. BENNETT CO-
W. Cor. lath and Uarnsj eta,
, IVUIRUf , .... W
Tanneklll, aa. 4
Schrlrar, 0... 4
aVhaua, Ik... 1
Thlel. rf I
Totals rl I'M t 1
Totala I T IT IT
Two out when winning run waa acorfa,
Milwaukee 0 00401 1-3
Louiaviiie o eeeoieie-i
Left on bases: Louisville, 4; Milwaukee.
8. Two-base hits: Karwln. Gansal. Bacrl.
flee hit: McBrlde. Double day: McBrlda
to rtunaie. e. true a out: ny Kerwin, i; by
Altrock. 2. Hit by Ditched ball: McBrlda.
McAndrews. First but on balls: Off Ker-
win, i: ore Aitroca: x. Time: l.ii. Lm
Tie See re at Toleda.
TOLEDO. June 80. The game between
Toledo and Minneapolis waa called at the
end ef twelve liuilnts on acoeunt of dark
aeea, whan the score waa 1 to X, Uughay
To Advance Bcleaee.
PITTSBURO. June 80. Hundreds of dele
gatea to the convention of the American
Association for tha Advancement nt ftr-i.nc
have arrived In Pittsburg, and by this even-
ma, ii ia cxprviru, nearly l.uuy aeiegates win
have enrolled at the registration bureau.
The first aesalon of the national organisa
tion was neiq at iarnegie Musio lisll this
(leaned lader Aatherltr of the Railroads af Ifehraska.)
Statement of the Taxes Paid by the Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Val
ley Railroad Company to the Various Counties in Nebraska for the
Year 1901, with Some Comparisons that May Prove Interesting.
Tbe Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Valley Railroad
la a railroad 1.362.84 mile In length, of which 83.65 are
In the State of Nebraska.
It is not a trunk line, but one that depends upon the
rrowth of the country immediately tributary to It for it
business. The owner of this railroad hope that the pros
perity of the country through which It run will In time
make it prosperous.
In 1900 this railroad received in gross
They paid for operating expense 2,689,642.25
Net earning 1,431,815.67
This amount make a net earning of $1,050.53 per mil
(or the aystem, and they reported $1,110.42 as such not
earning to the Auditor of State In Nebraska, which,
It will be teen, gave this Stat credit for the Increased
amount received from business which originated on the
branches in other State. Out of the $1,431,845.67 they
paid $1,007,851.09 for interest on bonds outstanding, and
$181,599.74 was paid for taxes, which latter amount wa
equal to 12 7-10 per cent of their net earnings.
No dividends were paid by this company, and during
the years 1895, 1896 and 1897 there wat a large deficit
In the revenue.
In case the taxes on this road were paid on the Wis
consin bests of taxation, it would hare been $120.92 per
mile. Instead of $151.95 tn the State of Nebraska
To make a fair comparison with thla railroad It Is
necessary to select road that do a similar buslnen la
other States, and the following table give thl result:
. Per Cent
Net Earning Total Tax of Taxes
Stats Railroad Mile Fer Mile Tax Paid Fer Mile to Net
Wisconsin Green Bay tt Western.... 225 $ 440.79 $ 9.896.66 $ 43.97 1 9-10
Iowa V.... Bur., Cedar Rapid ft N 1.287.99 1.048.62 158,996.80 U9.67 10 8-10
South Dakota )
Indian Territory . . M. K. A T. R. R 2.221.96 L873.13 291,830.18 111.11
South Dakota V .... F. E. ft M. V 1,362 84 1.O60.6J 181,599.74 13J-25 12 7-10
Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri Valley Railroad in Nebraska, paid $152.95 taxes per mile.
it found in the matured product! of the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing aisoclatlon, St.
Loula, V. S. A., every bottle being aged to
perfection, after proper preparation from
choicest material!. Orden promptly filled
by George Krug, manager Anheuser-Busch
STEAMER BEACHED IN HARBOR
Oregrea of Alaaka Llae Sprlags Leak
aad Haa Eight Feat at
Water fa Hold.
SEATTLE, Wash., June $0. The steamer
Oregon 1 ashore at Dutch harbor with
eight feet ot water In it hold.
On the voyage north the Oregon began
leaking badly before it had passed Van
couver Island, and it wa found necessary
to keep the pump going constantly to
keep the vessel afloat It reached Nome,
however, with two feet ot water In its
hold and the machinery very badly out of I
A loon a the passenger and cargo
were landed Captain Eeeley decided that
he could make St. Michael, where the ves
sel could be safely beached and repaired.
After leaving Nome the rudder poat gave
out and the steamer refused to answer
Fortunately the weather was good and
Captain 8eeley waa able to make tempo
rary repair. A the leak bad not in
creased tnd did not appear to be dangerous
he decided that he could retch Seattle in
tafety and to did not ttop at St. Michael.
With the pumpt going continually he found
It impossible to keep the water down, and
a it waa gaining at a dangerous rate he
wa compelled to put into Dutch harbor
and beach tbe vessel.
The Oregon had some southbound pa
tengert aboard, but the number is not
known. It It believed the vessel can be
Saturday, July 5th, at 8-30 p. m.
Via ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
This train ia for the special accommodation of the Nebraska Teachers aua tlu'i
friends who will attend the
N. E. A. CONVENTION.
The equipment of this train will consist of Free Reclining Chair Cars, Tourist
and Standard Sleeping Cars.
Low round trip tickets, sleeping car reservations and particulars at Illinois
Central City Ticket Office, 1402 Farnam Street, or write
W. H. BRILL, Dist. Pass. Agt. 111. Cent. R. R., Omaha, Neb.,
S5.Q0 A MTU
In .11 DISEASES
19 yean la Omaha.
cured by the QUICK.
EST, tafeet and moat
natural method that
haa yat been dlaooTered.
boon every sign ana xmpivra uirappawra
completely and forever. No "BREAXINd
OUT" of the dieease on tbe akin or faoa.
A cure mat ia guaxamaea ui in pnnamamm
I KnluUUkLt without euttlng, pain!
no deunUon from work; permanent our
WEAK MEN from Exceaee or Victim
to Nervous Debility or Kxhauatlon, Wash
tng Weakness with Early Decay in Young
and Middle Aged, lack of vim, vigor ana
eirengih, with organs Impaired aad weak.
tTRICTVRB eared with a new Home
Treatment No pain, no detention fro 4
business. Kidney and Bladder Troubles.
Cetaaaltatloa Kre.,Tre)avtaaat by MaMi
CHARGES LOW. 119 S. 14th St-
Dr. Seatles 8Searle$, Omaha, Neb,
If You Want the Best
In looking at office in different build ingi, the greatest pralie the owner " or
rental agent can give an office I. to .ay that it ia "a good a an office in The Pee
Building." It may be In some respects, but It can not be in every respect
The Bee Building 1 on of the only two absolutely fireproof office building la
Omaha. The Be Building 1 the only building having all night and all day Sunday
elevator service. The Bee Building furnishes electrio light and water without ad
ditional cost Tbe Bee Building Is kept clean, not some ot tb time, but all ot tb
Keep the point In mind when -looking for an fflc,vand you will take one ot
thoe lilted below, If you are wise.
List of vacant rooms in
Mill Salt Dismissed.
DENVER. Colo., June JO. The suit of
H. B. O'Reilly against David A. Mtlla, sec
retary of state, to enjoin htm from pub
lishing the eight-hour day and other con
stitutional amendments which are to be
voted on thle fall waa dismissed by tha
upreme court (oaay.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
mornins ana was oevoiea io aaaresses or j STRAYED, a red Jersey cow, halter on;
wen-unis ami reeponaea, rrvi. Aaopn nan, i reward lor return io o bo. wtn. M. N.
u. a. n.. prccioea. i Robertson. Lost M570 1
DR. MARY PROCTOR
WOMEN OF OMAHA
THB PAIN PERIOD PLASTERS I make
an preeerlbe have helped ao many aromea la
Kew York thai 1 want tha women ot Omaha
to know what a woularlul bleaalnt titer are.
Tha relief ther Ua la almost lnetanianeoua.
II you oaco uee ooo rou will never again
dread tha coming of tha pain period. I have
other romediee lor you, of which I'll tall
you If you writ, to ma. I accept oa
faea an any- woman may write to ma In
Me red confidence an receive any needed ad
vice, FREE. Addreaa Dr. Mary Proctor's In
atltute, Dig etreel, New York.
M re medic e are aold In Omaha only by
Fherman A alcC'onnell Drug Co., llth and
A nidht cap
A night cap ia all right If It Gold Top
Bottled Beer. It means aound sleep and
pleasant dreams. Drink It freely you'll
never have a headache In the morning.
JETTER BREWING CO.,
South Omaha, Neb. 'Phone I.
Omaha Office. 'Phone 162.
Wholesale Dealer, 1011 Main St,
i Council Bluffs. 'Phone ).
la the worst disease on eartn, yet tne
easiest to cure WHEN YOU KNOW
WHAT TO DO. Many have pimples, spot
on the akin,- sores in tne mouin. UlCora,
falling hair, bone pains, catarrh; don't
know It la BLeOOD PolbON. Send to DR.
BROWN. S36 Arch Bt.. Philadelphia. P..
for BROWN'S BLIOD CURB. 2.uO per
bottle; lasts onw month. Bold only by
Kherman & McConnell Drug Co., 16th and
Dodge Bta , Omaha.
Brown's Capsules ft?." ?to"renVr,et;d:n'd,
DtgeJ fur aanataral
OanraaMea Ut Irrltauoaa or aicoraiiouj
eauMitMen. . el aictll BeejDraaea,
rieteaie ' rl wa: raisleaa, aaa sua saiftee
THi 4.l (attain 0a " aolaoaaaa.
.tut .era. VI fl
BanraaMea 1 lrrlta
e muia fc ef BB
eale ''-e-wrtea. ala
HITLi I""" I oli
CrOOU Hi Uzil fast. Faces Seventaenta atr.1 t... .,r'r. MonI-
aUey. TbJa la a large, light room, aid tbe rental price Tnoludea heat
,vl,b,b.w,',?.r nd Jf aarvlce. It haa an entrance both in "hi ilea
Building Court and Beventeenlb. street ...... ..7...:..;jrIiT$.oi
It ITS ion There 1 no finer oitite suite in Omaha than thla one. It la loeataa
juat an the right oand of tbe great snarble stairway, and has "nuauaUy
large window., looking upon tbe front entrance way of tha building ft
Ironta on ifarnara etieet, una room Is u and tbe other axjk. It has a
burgiar-proof vault, marble mantel- piece, hardwood floor, and will be
frescoed to suit tenant ' L',. 17i M
ROOM to i Thla room ia just at tbe baad of tbe main stairway on Ue'irei floor.
It woum be a ver aaeUabie orlloe for some geal Ull taaua or oua.
uaolur. lue floor apuue is luO. last , "M m(t
ROOM 08i Thla room is tlxS feet and la very conveniently located near the
elevator. A alga oa tbe door cava be renally a.ea la eiepplag off the eleva.
UOOM Mai 'ihlsooiu la 11 nil feet and will be divided to suit tha unaat.
Taia room la'paruouiaiiy aoapua tot aome coucarn needing lauge floor
pace ana ta . Uociu.c.y i.a.noaom. office, having an entrauce imZium ibe
cuurt and windowe looaiag uut upon heventecntb sueeU It h-. a v.ry
ea"a fcr W flOUr a"4 U " l&it oia
UxlJ feet- Thla room la n,i. . . -i . - - .
haa a large burglar-proof iiU aad Tu w"u vebUUieT 'uSTmSSi lUghu
tuid for in. price furulsbea flMi-ciaw accomIaoaA?WM...rr f.WT.Pxfc IU.ll
IIITB 514i Thl. it a very Urge room. 17U feet. It faoea west, but la very
light and well venuiatea. it la very t.ldom that space of this sUe la of
fered In Tbe Bee Building. It could be ua.d to auvantage by aome Crin
employing a large number of clerks, or requiring large floor .pace a
wholesale l.w.tor, or manufacturer, agent, who would like 19 be la I
bra-proof building, or It will be divided to suit the tenant Price 134.0
SttlOM Slili This room facet the court aa d It 1114 feet. It haa a burglar-proof
vault, and aa It la near the telegraph office and on tbe .am. floor with a
number ot grain firms, it would be a particularly good room for a grain
firm desiring nral-clavaa acoouunodaUe n frioa uaM
LITE elOi This eonelatg of two rooms, both lSVixUH- Each of them haa a
, large burglar-prvof vault, have bee n newly decorated and are roome
where any bualneaa or professional man may be comfortable. Price for
! two ii M
R. C. PETERS & CO.,
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