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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE: FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1003.
SINGLE INNING DOES TRICK
Chicago Hit'oiai Boor Five in Second
Tarn at Bat,
CINCINNATI FAILS TO CATCH LEAD
On Gift, Oae Hit, Oae Steal aad 81
llngln Combine ta Give tear
Wblrh Kveataally Win
CHICAOO, April 21. A sift. a bitimig
bit, a steal and six tingles fir the locals
today's same, In one Inning. Butboff re
lieved Wlggt In tbe third and allowed but
four scattered alnglea during the remainder
of the game. Attendance, 1.600. Score:
CHICAOO. I ' CINCINNATI.
R.H.O.A. a. I ' B.H.O.A.B.
let t Keller. u....t l t
Dohhe, of.... t
Tinker, as.... 1
Cwr, lb.... 1
Low., lb..... 1
1 lereioar, el., t t I
I t Itonlln. rt... t t I t t
t Beeklar. Ik., t t t t t
1 I Morrlaeer, lb t 1 t I t
I 1 rereoran, M. I lilt
stelnfold. lb. 1 1 t J
I III t rnmn, .... I I l t
ValMr, ...! 1
Wl.. B t t t t t
Suthoff. .... t t I I
, I It IT 14 4
Maioos .... I I I I
reus t t t t
Toui....'..1"ii t t
Batted for Witt.
"Batted lor Suthoff.
Cincinnati o 0 0 0 1 i 11
fltolen beae: Lowe. Tinker. Double plays:
Slala to Kllng. Morrtasey to Beckley.
Ptruck out: By Welrner, I; by Sutboff, 1.
First beea on balls: Oft Weimer, I; off
WlggB, I; oft Butboff, 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By vVlggt. 1: by Buthoff. L Time:
1:60. Umpires: Kmslle and MolUday.
Brraro Cast St. Lewis Game.
PXTTSBURO, April a. St. Louis lost
through errors and slow fielding. The fea
ture was Bebiing's two home runa, both
hits being clean ones to eanter and
rlajht oenter. The weather was raw and
cold, keeping- the attendance down to L42S.
Peenmoot, ef 1 I I 4 4 Parrotl, ... I ill
Clarke. II.... 1-t 1 t titmant, at.... t 1 I I I
Vmx. lb.... 1 It 1 Brain, lb..., I I I I
Waner, 1 I i 4 Bert-ley, If... 1 lit
BraoaflaM. Ik t til 1 4 Nlchole. lb., 1 111 4 i
Sobrios. rt... lilt tioereaa, .. l i l t t
Bltrhay. Ib.t 14 4 I Williams. s.j 1 I It
Bmtth.. e t f tP.raa, e t ill
. 11 a Jicarry, a t t t I t
1. 1 U It It l' Tetela ,"e U M U 1
Earned runs: Pittsburg, I: St. Louis. X
Two-base bits: Beaumont, Farretl. Three
base hlti Wagner. Sacrifice hits: Smith,
Leever. Stolen base: Nichols. Double
playei 'Wagner to Kltehey to Branafleld,
Curry to Brain to Williams to Farrell. Firat
base on balls; Off fever, 1; off Curry, 1
Struok out:. By Ltever, t by Curry, 4.
Passed baU: Smith.. .Wild pitch! Leaver.
Time:, 1:46. Umpire: Johnstons.
. Destaa Skats Maw Yerk Oat.
NEW TORK. April a. Boston shut out
New Tork at the Polo grounds today. Two
hits, a base on. balls and an error gave tbe
vIMtors a run In the third Inning And in
the seventh a base etf bails, a stolen bate
and Tenney'a two-bagger made the second
run, Destar scoring both. Attendance,
. BOSTON. NSW YORK
.. I I I t
Brawns, rl. .. t
Vanhalt's, at t
MoOaae. Ik., I
Braaaahaa, if I
Bahb. aa t
Tenner, lb.. I 4 I I
taohle, al 1 I 1 I
lea. . II.... j II I 4
. I I I I I
Bonne. H... 4 t 4
Jr.oVn.-r, lb t 1 t
1 lOllnart, lb...
Klurtdea, a.. 1 1 I Wirner.
rittUisar. .. I I 1 I 41 Millar, p.
Totals t IH It 'Jl Totale I I IT 11 1
Brown out for MoOann's Interference,
Boston 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 01
Mew York 0 00000000-1
First bats on errors: Boston, S; New
Tork, 1 I-eft on bates: New Tork. 1;
Boston. 1 First bate on balla: Off Miller,
4; off Pitttnger, 4. Struck out: By Miller,
4; by pittinfter., g. , Two-base hit: Breena
ban. '.eUolarn ! r - breanahanVDmiter.
Double play: Gilbert to McUann. Hit by
pitched ball: By Pitttnger, 1. Time: l:ta
Umpire: O'Day. .
Kla Field las; Olvea Beaaklym Oaaaa.
BROOKLTN. April a. The Brooklynl
defeated Philadelphia at Waahlngton park
today through ' batting In the nret two
Innlnga and faultless fielding during the
entire game. Dooln waa ordered oft the
vleltorsT bench and Sheckard was put eut
of the game for disputing with the Umpire.
Attendance, 1,000. The score:
R. H.O. A H.I H.H.O.A B.
trans, lb... till
4Tbemaa ef.. 4 I I 4 4
J Wolr'ton. Ik. 4 1 I I 1
Barry, l( I 1 t t
MoOaedle, rt I
Sheckard, II. t
Klttar, If.... 4
Hnuaah'r, of. I
ro;le, lb.... 4
Dablan. at... 4
Jackllteeh. a. 1
riood. lb.... 1
joaaa, p I
t Keiatar. rt... t
1... 1 I I t t
t Hulawitt, aa. I t I It
t simmer, t... t 1 4 4 1
4 McU'tkllB. . t 1 I I !
. 1 Tetalt.
I 4 14 1 I
. Totala 4 I IT IT 41
IHrooklyn ........... 1 I H M M 4
iFhlladelphla 0 1 0 t 1 4 I
I Earned runs; BrrtoMyrt, 1. l-ft on baaea:
7'hlladelphla, E; Brooklyn, 1. Two-bate hlta:
Wo.verton. 1eCreedle. Three-bate hit:
Kelster. Sacrifice hiu: Tbomat, McCreedie.
Stolen baeea: Strang (1), McCreedle. Dah
Ion, Jacklttsch. Double playt; Dahlen to
Flood to Doyle Zlmmer to Brashear. First
baee on balla; Off Jonae, I; off MoLaughlln,
6. Ftrat band on errora: Brooklyn, L Struck
out: By MoLaughlln, 1. Wild pitch! Jones.
Time; 1:31. Umpire; Koran. . . -
BtaaellBs; al 4ka Taaasa.
Played, Won. Loai, .p.C.
New Tork... -e fe'e 4 I 4?
St. Loula ,.m V
Brooklyn 4 f
Games today: Boston at New Tork, Phil
adelphia at Brooklyn, Cincinnati at Chi
cago, St. Loula at Pittsburg.
GAMES, IN TmERICAN LEAGUE
Chioace Baertebes Vletary la Teath
, . Iaalatr, Wkaat Craaa Mtktt
ST. LOUIS. April M -Chicago defeated
Rt, Louie again today, although It required
ten Innlnga A home run by Oreen over
the right Meld fenoe waa the -winning- card
today. While started out for Chicago, but
A RAIN COAT
ing this famous
A perfect Rain Coat
in the t ain a smart
finr.ho Overcnat in
fi sunshine. Custom
Mi a. 1 1 al 1
50 iacftci long, (sQ liirU. Ugli
wcigftu Covcfta. cimnefei.
ckevioUj olive, tta. gray.
TKc price it ripbi yoaf moaty
laci if lavtiing eocl vfosg.
Vd we Sole Dutrioloi-i kef.
IJiy-al DoBglAl St,
Injured hie finger In the fourth Inning and
gave way to I'sttereon, who finished. At
tendance, l.ano. Score:
CHICAOO tT. uin.
R H.O A B. R. II. O A S.
Palan. 1k....t 1 T I 4 R'irVMt. If. . . I I 1 1
Jaa. Rt t t I t H'lrlrb. cf . t I 4 t I
(tram, rt 1 1 t t 4 H'mnhlll. ft. 1 I 1 t 4
Hallmaa, If.. 114 14 Antrraa. lb 4 t 14 4 4
ball, lb ... 1 lit 4WaSr. aa. . 4 4 I I 1
flr. t 4 4 4 1 irrm k. Ik 4 14 11
TannfMII, at 1 1 I t 4 mil, lb 4 4 I 4 4
MrFarlanil, at 1 T t t Kahoa. C....1 I Tit
W hiia, p t t I 1 t BleTar, p 1114 4
Pattaraon, p. t 1 t I t . -
Callabaa ...t t t I t Totala I II M 14 I
Tatala. 4 I to IK t
Batted for Patterson In ninth Inning.
Chicago .0 10140000 1-4
St. Loula 1 100000 0 0 0-1
it, j a 1 1. . 1 1 a- i 'i. in..
Two-base hit: Anderaon. ilom'e run: Green.
eacnnce nit: He.drl-K. Wallace. DonbM
p'my: Slevera and Anderson Haae on lal s:
Off Slevera, 1; oft Patiernon. I. Struck out:
iiy Hievera, 7; Dy While, 2; by t'atternn, I.
Innlnas pitched: By White, 4; bv pat'er
4 vl i , . rk4V wkia a. .Jv r.,AH.nM
a. Ijeft on bate: St. Ioul, 10; Ch.can, 7.
oioien naaet: Muraeti, z. Timet 1:5L Um
Healey Helps Pallllea Win.
PHILADELPHIA. April U-Henley ' to
day pitched hla nrat game for the cham
pion end Boaton wet aanln defeated, lien
ley waa effective throughout, while Wlhtera
waa batted freely. He retired in the eighth
Inning, Hughea taking hla place. The
weather waa cool and a drlnllng rain fell
throughout the greater part of the game.
FHUADEI,FHtA. I BOSTWr.
Haftael, If... 4 lit 4 PMatairtr, It 1 1 4 4 1
DeTia, lk....l lit tColllna. Ik... t 1 111
L. CrtMa, Ik. 4 4 4 I 1 Bt.M, I t 4 t t
aarbnld, rf. ..I I 4 4 4 rraemaa, rt. 4 114 1
Mnrshr, Ik.. I lit 4 farant. aa.... 1 till
flekartna. af. I I 1 t t LaCh aa. Ik. 4 t 11 I 1
M. Craaa, aa. 1 I 1 4 4 Farria. Ik..., t 1 1 t I
Mhraek, a... 4 til 4 Fa trail. ....! ill!
Heeler. .... 4 1 t t 1 Wlntara. ... 1 t t I t
Hnthea. a... t 4 4 14
Tetale t It IT I a(O Brlen .... t t t t t
Total! .4 "t 14 II I
Batted for Wlntera.
Philadelphia 0 S 0 1 1 1 0 0 7
Earned runt: Philadelphia. 1. Two-bae
hltn: Hartsel, Seybold. Three-baae hlte:
Colllne, Farrell. Sacrifice hit: M. Croea.
Stolen baie-e: Parent, I- Croat, M. Croat.
Double playe: Parent to LaChance. Schreck
to M. Cross. Left on basea: Boaton, 8;
Philadelphia, 4. First base on halla: Off
Henley, 6. Struck out: By Henley 6.
Time: 14& Umpires: Haaeett and Car
Blew Tork Takes Seeaad.
WABHrNOTOK, April 2.1. New Tork took
the second game of the aeries from Wash
ington today by better all around work.
Howell pitched grand ball. The visitors hit
Dee freely throughout the game and bene
fited by all the home team a errora. Long
Injured his band and retired from the game
In the sixth. The score:
NSW YORK. I WASHINGTON.
- R.HtO.A.a. R.H.O.A.B.
Parla, If 1114 4lRolneon, aa 4 1 I I 1
Kealer, rf.... 1 111 C Selbarh, rt. . . 1
rune, cf 1 i 4 4iDlhantr. If 1
a, lb. 1 14 14
lb... 1 I 11 4 0
lb... 1114 0
HT!9. of..... I
Carer, lb t
rouahlla, lb. 4
Loat, at..... 114 1
Courtnar, aa. 4 4 1 t
O-Conaar, l.l I I 1
Hawaii, ...( 1 I t 1
Demoet, lb.. 4
I I W II 4
Total! T 11 14
New Tork.... 0 0111111 6-7
Washington 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1
Earned runa: New York. 1. Two-bate
Mtt: Oanael, Conroy. Three-base hlti
Howell. rcrir1ce hlta: Qftnr.el. O'Connor.
Double playe: Conroy to Williams, Court
ney to Wtulams to Uanset. First base on
balla: Off Lee, J. Hit by pitched ball:
Delehanty. Struck out: By Lee, 1; by
Howell, 4. Ieft cn bases: Waahlngton, 4;
New Tork, . Time: 1:60. Umpire: Con
nolly. . .. - j .
Detroit Imetkers Cleveland. ,
DETROIT. Anrll 2S. With "Willi Bill"
Donovan In midsummer form and the local
batters killing the ball It was no effort for
Detroit to smother Cleveland today. Dono
van made a record of nine strike out.
iJole falling twice. Carre hard hitting
and Elberfeld all round work, with Bemla
catching were features. Attendance, 7,280.
Barrett, ef... I I I t
Bmlth, lb.... I 1 I I 1
Oawtonf. If., t I 4 0 0
Bay. at 4 4 4 4 4
Bradley, lb.. I I I I 1
Lajote, lb.... 1 1 4 1 t
Hickman, lb. I 1 I 1 t
Pllflk. H.,)vl.,ij 1 6
MeOaithr bVt S 1.
Oochnaur, ai t 1 1 1
Bamla, a 0 1 I t t
Bernard. ... 4 14 11
Oarr, lb. I 4 I 1 t
KlbaneM. ta. t 1 V t
Vaeater. rf.,1 1-t. a 0
Hapt, lb... I lilt
Baelow, a.... 1 I I 1 t
DaaoTBS, p.. I lilt
T honey 4 I I I t
Totale....,.ll 14.17 11 1
tetalt......! "t MM 1
Batted for Bernard In the ninth.
Detroit 11101010 11
Cleveland 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Earned runa: Detroit, 7. Two-base hlta:
Ckrr (2). Three-baas hits: Buelow, Elber
feld. Sacrifice hlta: Crawford, Elberfeld,
Bradley, Stolen baaea: Elberfeld 2). Bar
rett. Oetaler, Bay. First bate on balla: Off
Donovan, 4) off Bernard, a. lilt by pitched
ball: By Donovan, 1. Firat baae on errora:
Detroit, 1. Left on bases: Detroit, 4;
Cleveland, 10. Struck out: By Donovan, 9;
by Bernard, 6. Double playe: Carr to
Elberfeld, Bernard to Bemla to Hickman,
Flick to Hickman. Time: 1.36. Umpire:
Staadlagr af tbe Taaaaa.
Played. Won. Lost.
Detroit 1.1 0
Philadelphia 4 1
Waahlngton 1 1
New York 1 1
Boaton 4 1
St. Louts 1 0
Cleveland 1 0
Games today: Chicago at
Cleveland at Detroit, New Tork at Waah
lngton, Boaton at Philadelphia.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Kaaaae City "a Timely Hard Rita
Braak Dowa Mlaaeapalls
KANSAS CITT, April .-Kantat City
played faat ball and bit timely and hard.
Orady made two home runa. ' Flvt hiu
were made off Vaablnder in tho firat inning,
when he waa relieved by Stlmmell. At
tendance, L600. Score:
ANSA! CITY. 1 VINNCAFOUI.
R.H. OA. K R.H.O.A. I.
Oenley. af.... I lit t Oyler. aa t 1 4 1 4
Maloaay. a... I 111 4 McCreary. Ik I 1 i I 1
Kane. ....! ill lWlliaot. It... I 4 4 4 4
Oeadr. lk....l Itl l Yaater. t.... I 111 i I
ftotntviae, rf.. 1114 4 alclatjrra, lb. 4 1 1 1 1
Bmlth. It 1 I I 1 ILallr. rf 1 14 4 1
Lena ta...l 111 ILIppert, ef... I till
M'Aat'wa, lb I I II IHoarall, Ik... 4 14 4 4
Darbata, ... I 114 4A'!blnder, p. 4 4 t I I
Stlaimell, p.. t I 1 I I
Total! II 14 IT II 1 ,
Total! I I 14 T 4
Kanaaa City I 0 0 0 0 0 S 1 11
Vllnneapolla 0 0100001 11
Earned runs: Kantss City. I; Minneap
olis, 1. Two-base hits, Maloney, McAn
drewt (f), Nance, Oyler, Mclntyre. Home
rune: Orady (1), Lally. Bicrfl-e hits:
Nance, McCreery. Stolen baaea: Rothfutt
J 2), Smith. Yeager. Double pay: MoAn
Irewt to Nance to Orady. Bats on halls:
Off Durharri. 7; off Vaablnder, 1; off BUm
melL 1. Hit by pltchsr: By Durham, 1.
Wild pitch: Stlmmell. Balk: Stlmmell.
Left on bases: Kansas City. I: Minneap
olis, U. Time: 1:46. Umpire: Mu.lane.
Owaa Makes Laaar Drive.
TOLEDO, April . Opportune batting
won today's game for Toledo. In the third
Inning Toledo went to pieces and Columbus
brought In four runs. Owen's home run In
the eeventh was one of the longest drives
sver made on the Toledo grounds. Attend
ance, 1.2u0. The score:
TOLJC DO. I COLValBUg.
R.H.O.A. B.I R.H.O.A.B.
et.. 1 t 1 4 41 Hart, ef Ill
aas, as I i I I 4 ('lineman. Hi 1 I
or. U. 4 4 4 4 4iBauon. If .. 1 4 t
twena lb ... 1 14 4 t Rarmer, lb.. 4 1 4
Relillnt. lb. I lit 1 1 Mel lor. lb...t lit
maaaeaa. rf. t t ti Turner, lb... t
Conaora, Ik,. I 4 11 I t Anil, rf 4
Klelnaw, a... I 111 1) Reach.
Oeraiaa. ... 4 111 ; bailer.
TelaJa.... I I IT II l! ToUb 4 4M4 11 I
Two out when winning run was made.
Toledo 00100411 1
Columbus 0 0 4 0 0 04
Left on bates: Toledo, I: Columbus, t.
Two-bats hit: Cllngman. Earned runa:
Toledo, I; Columbus, J. Home run: Owen.
Sacrifice hit: Bailey. Stolen baaea: Connor,
Arndt. Double play: Uorman to Owen to
Connor. Struck out: By. Bailey, 4: by
German. 1. Paaaed ball: Roach. First
bate on balla: Oft German, I; oft Bailey, 6.
Hit with pitched ball: Hy German, Roach.
Time: I k. Umpire: Hatkell.
Staaaata't ritektagr Great.
LOUIBVILLE. April a The home team
defeated lndlanapollt today in a well played
gain a. Bobannon pitched a great game,
allowing the vlsltore but three hits and
striking aut seven men. Attendance, 1,100.
R at O A B R.H.O.A a
Kerwla rt... I lit tHoerlerer, rfl 41 4 4
OdeM. e 4 4 I 4 tK. Ik I 1 t 1 t
telllean, lb.. I I I I 1 Jonae. If I t I I t
Brarlver. a... I III IKiaa, Ik ... 4 4 14 4 4
Wblta. Ik.... 1 111 4('oaltar, ef. ..4 1 t t I
riav. II.... 4 114 toltrlea. aa... t S 1 a 1
lkania, aa.,,.1 III tlaauett. .. till!
rhli.1. rk ...t 111 tHrdoa, t... I lift
Boaannoe, a. I 1 1 I tNewiia, .... 4 4 t 4 4
Total! 4 I 17 14 t Total! I I IT II I
Louisville 1 0 10 10 0 10-4
Indianapolis 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
F.arr.ed runa: Loulevllle, 1. Two-baae
bit: Coulter. Home run: Kerwln. Stolen
baee: Hogrlever. Sacrifice hit: Cou t r.
Bae on balls: Off Bohannon, li off Newl a,
I. Struok out: By Hohannon, 7; by Newlln,
t. Double piaya: Martin and- Child. Bo
hannan and While. Tamaett O'Brien and
Klhm. I'aated ball: Heydon. L. ft on
baaet: loulvl'le. 7; Ind anapolU, 1. Time:
1:64. Umpire: Foreman.
- Wllel Plteklaa; Aids Mlltraakea.
MILWAUKEE. April 2.1 The home team
won another game from St. Paul todty
through tbe wlldneea of the visitors' pitch
ers snd timely batting by the home team.
St. Paul outbatted Milwaukee two to one.
but could not bunch the hlta. Attendance,
R H 0 A r.
PVIe. at.... 1 t I
4!flhannoa, rf. ,
pnnahne, lh. 4 1 11
4 Jacbaon. rf.. Ill
aGeler. If lit
liScheafer, aa.. Ill
llWkeeler, lb.. Ill
1 Hactlna, lb.. Ill
Kellejr, lb... t t It
II Pierce, e t 1 4
t Corbett. .. t t 1
buDloetir, It. 1
Ttingan, rf . .. I
Schlapley, lb 1
Unglaab, .. 1
Woo4, e 1
Peer, ef.... 1
atcoill, p.... 1
IDlTll. B til
mil li'Snlllran .... I I
Total! t II 14 11 I
Milwaukee I 0 I 0 0 1 0 0
St. Paul 0 0010110 1-7
Batted for Dacla In ninth.
Earned runa; Milwaukee. 1; St. Paul, 4.
Two-baae hit: Huggln. Three-base hit:
Davis. Home runs: Unglaub, Wheeler.
Stolen bases: Schlapley. Schnefer, Wheeler,
Hugglna, Banes on balls: Off McOlli, 4; off
uoruett, 1; orr uavis, t. itit by pitched
ball: Dungan. Pnsaed balla: Pierce, i. Wild
r itches: Davis, 1. Struck out: By McO.ll,
; by Dsvls, 6. Left on baaee: Milwaukee,
6; St. Paul. 11. Time: 1:00. Ump.rea:
Shore n and Cunning.
(taadlaa of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost P. C.
Kansaa City 110 1X
Milwaukee 110 1000
Columbus Ill .e"0
Indianapolis I 1 . 1 .60)
Toledo 1 11 .60
Louisville I 1. 1 .600
Mlnneapolla ..1 J t . 0 1 .000
Bt. Paul 2 0 1 .000
Games today: St. Paul at Milwaukee,
Minneapolis at Kansas City, Indianapolis
at Louisville. Columbus at Toledo.
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Far and Aft Takaa Camberlaad
Derby aa Naebvllle'e pfa
NASHVILLE, April M. Eight thousand
feople law William Gerst's Fore and Aft,
he favorite, -win the Cumberland Derby
on tho opening day at Cumberland park
today from I, Stevens' Barka. John J.
Greener's Postmaster Wright, after lead
big to the head of the stretch, finished
third. The race waa worth 13,360 to the
First race, six furlongs: Whisky King
won, Jack Ratlin second, Louis Wagner
third. Time: 1:13.
Second race, four furlonga: Sweetie won.
Lady Amelia second. Triumvir third. Time:
Third race seven furlongs: Tho Steward
ess won, John Coulter second. Flaneur
third. Time: 1:62.
Fourth race, one mile and an eighth, the
Cumberland Derby, 12,000 added: Fore and
Aft won, Barca second. Postmaster Wright
third. Time: 1:66.
Fifth race, four and a half furlongs, sell
ing: Bradley Bill won, Bird Pond second,
Sweetness and Light third. Tims: 0:6.
Sixth race, five and a half furlonga Carrie
1 won. Golden Cottage second, Ed L. third.
Time: ltfWY .
NEW YORK. April a. Alado bolted In
the fifth race at Aqueduct today at the
head of the stretch to the outside of the
fence and dived under the railing.. Red-
ferns collarbone was broken. Ths horse
broke Its neck. Results:
First race Selllnc: Miss Nancy won.
Cyprlenne second, McGonlgle third. Time:
Second race, five and a half furlonxs,
handicap: Saccharometer won, Royal sec
ond, lnvinclbla third. Time: 1:07.
Third race, one mile and seventy yards,
Flushing stakea: Potente won. Ethics sec
ond, iorcniigni inira. uime; i:eia. .
Fourth- ace..'four -aadtev- half, funoni
Fickle won, Mlas Eugnle second, Australlnn
third. Time: 0:6.
Fifth race, seven furlonss selling: Frank
Rice won. Star and Garter second, Rostand
third. Time: 1:ZS.
awtfc ,.rp li fiirlnna-S! Tllvrlo won.
Courtmald second. Alan third. Time: 1:14 e-t
ru riiio. Anni za. Hesuus:
Firat race, four and a half furlongs:
Dondomon won, Pocassett second, Jerry
Flanlgan third. Time: 0:611-6.
Second race, alx furlonga: Boothaayer
won, Btemwlnder second, Uranium third.
Time: 1:14 1-6. .
Third race, five furlonga: Mlmo won,
Automaton second. La Cache third. Time:
vmirtn m one mile and fifty yards:
Owenton won, Antonius second, Rankin
third. Time: 1:441-6.
Fifth race, one mile: Tayon won, Dan
McKenna secona rronia inira. lime; 1:1s.
Sixth race, one mile: Ml Relna won,
John J. Regan second, Sidney Sabath third
dt liria Anrll ea Reaulta:
First race, six furlongs, selling: Motile T.
won, Ben Hullum second, Vldvance third.
Tin.' 1 -lit
Second race, one mile, purse: Travers
won, Chamblee second, Deuschland third.
Thl.fl rare nn. mile and an elahth. sell
lng: Tammany Chief won, AlmleBS second,
Optimo third. Time: 1:664. -Fourth
race six furlongs, purse! Elastio
won. Bylvta Taiuot secona, ieiagoa iniru.
Time: 1:14, ...
Fifth race, seven furlongt, puree: Den
gall won. Welcome Light second, Kitty
Clyde third. Time: l:29Vfc. . .
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling: Dr.
Bcharff won, Frldolin aecond, Zlrl third.
VSAN FRANCISCO, April J2.-Retulte:
First race, one mile and fifty yards: Lone
Fisherman won. George Dewey second,
July Gyp third. Time: 1:48V
Second race, four furlongs: The Cure won,
Alamantor aecond, Emll third Time: 0:49i4.
Third race, alx furlonga, selling: Bly won,
Dolly Welthoff seoond. Aunt Polly third.
Fourth' race, one mile and 11 vl yard;,
selling: Mountebank won, Roaarie second,
Artllla third. Time: 1:46.
Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling: Laaah
won, Bllsul seoond, Honeyouckls third.
'sTxth lace, one mile selling: Jockey CTub
won, Horstlo second, Bwift Wing third.
Raelatr lease at Naah villa.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., April a A racing
seaaon of nine days will be Inaugurated at
Cumberland park thla afternoon. The
weather la dellKtUful and the track in fine
condition for the running of the Cumber
land Derby, the chief event of the meet
ing Six horses are carded to start, but
it Is more than probable that Bardolph
will decline the Istus, as his owners, Good
man and Bausr, are giving ths colt a
special preparation for ths Kentucky
Derby. Fore and Aft will probably go to
the post favortto for the Derby, though
Sinner, Simon and Barea will have a
strong following. The other racee have
filled exceptionally well. Many horaemen
and horses arrived from Memphis thla
morning and the atablee at the track are
taxed to their utmost capacity.
Cotner Defeats Bellevaa.
BEIJEVt'E. Neb., April a. Special.)
In a faet, snappy game of base ball yestsr
day afternoon Cotner beat Bellevue, I to I.
Shuinan, for Cotntr, had perfect control)
and with good eupport Cotner lead at all
atagee of the game. Dlcksson proved easy
all through and tixteen hlta were made off
his delivery sgalntt five off Shuman. Arm
strong on third for Cotner, distinguished
himself by standing at hla base and catch
ing a man eliding back from home and aiao
a man eliding from second almoat simul
taneously. Tbe aame teams play at Lincoln
on May k
Rack lalaad Takea Aaotker.
IOWA CITT, la., April H (Special Tele-
fram. Rock Ialend batted well today, de
rating Iowa by ths score of 11 to . The
'varsity Infield made numerous error!. The
Rock itiand... f!5!?a! S 12 2 a
Iowa 0 00001100 011
Batteries: Iowa, IJndaav, Jonea and
Montgomery: Rock Island, Clark, Cadwala
der and Schmidt.
aperfor Wlas by Bis; Margrla.
BVPKRIOR. Neb.. Anrll a (Special.) In
a tenpln match here last night Nelson was
defeated by 161 pins py superior, ins scorei
1st. Id. Id. Total.
M.w. . 7 444 S.Oft
8uuer1or T 1 t0
Beatrlee Taasa lessee Ckalleage.
BEATRICE. Neb.. April a-8peclal.)
The fn-kiles is the name of a new bass ball
team organised in thta city. The team met
the high school sggrogatlon yesterday and
Oe rented tbera. it to a The onoieg ere
feadjr to meal any team la the stale.
SEVENTH WARDERS IN LINE
Howird H. Baldrip and Rowwattr Tell
Toten m Fow riota.
RECALL CALUMNIES OF LAST CAMPAIGN
Mr. Roaewater Demoaatratee Haw
Roeatn, af Wkem Benaea Was
Oae, Hare Haadlrapped
Howard H. Baldrlgo and Edward Rose-
water were the principal speakers at a
meeting of Seventh ward voters at .1709
Leavenworth street last night. The littlo
ball had no space to spare and the number
present wat ctote to 100. Many had to
stand. Enthutlatm - for the republican
tlokst wsa manifested by loud applause
and cheers all through tho meeting. Ova
tions greeted Mayor Mooree, Mr. Baldrlgo
and Mr. Rosewater, and the tpeechet were
glvea eloeett attention. Mayor Mooret and
many ef the republican candidates made
short talka, all being well received.
Mr. Baldrlge declared that when a ma a
submit, hit ' name to a primary election
at a candidate for a nomination he It un
der moral obligation to acquiesce In the
will of the people aa expressed In tbe re
sult. In tbe latt campaign the lines, be
said, bad been sharply drawn. No one waa
In doubt how be wat' voting or for whom
be waa voting. The sample ballots bad the
names of the candldatei tor whom the dele
gates stood printed upon them. Tbe dele
gates In acceptlrg the charge had a sacred
trust imposed on them, and that trust wat
that tbey would carry out the will of the
voters as expreessd In the ballot box. A
delegate, according to Mr. Baldrlge, bad no
choice other than to act In tbe convention
la the Interests of ths candldste for whom
he stood at the primaries.
Reviews tbe Convention.
Beginning with the statement that Frank
B. Mooret had fairly and squarely carried
re out of ths nine wards In the city and
secured a majority of three delegates In the
convention, Mr. Baldrlge gave a concise
history of tbe convention that Darned
Moores for mayor. He showed how the
convention was fof Moores, despite tho
change of heart of an Eighth ward delegate,
and how Chairman Cowell had ruled fairly,
In strict accordance with parliamentary
law, and on a precedent established In tho
same convention by Chairman Herring of
tho antl-Moores republican city committee.
The bolters, said tho speaker, bad been
looking for an excuse , to leave the con
vention ball and seised upon the refusal
of Chairman Cowell to permit a poll of the
vote Of the Second ward at the request of
another ward, as a pretext for leaving,
while bad Benson been nominated Mayor
Moores and his supports ri would have re
mained and. loyally aupporled htm. When
Benton appeared at a. candidate for mayor
In the primaries and convention, he tacitly
agreed to abide by the result, and If nom
inated, to accept such nomination and atand
en the platform suggested by tho conven
tion. Moores, however.-wat nominated, and
nominated fairly, at the failure of his op
ponents to eontest ths nomination In the
courts had shown. . .... ,
- "If," continued the speaker, "a band of
disgruntled men try t disrupt a conven
tion and walk out -ajjuply because they
have not the power tO' nominate their m&n,
then, I lay, it la tlmdfor. ua to disband
party organisation altogether. But, gen
tlemen, I know one thing, I know that
Mayor MoO'res wat bot!etiy and fairly nom
inated at that' convention. I know that be
la entitled to republican 1 support and that
tbe loyal republicans of thla city propose
to support htm" and sea that he la seated
as the next mayor ef Omaha. But a word
as to tho personality of this candidate. It
was said three ytart ago when Mayor
Moores ran for the office that he wat In
debted to the county at the remit of being
clerk of the dlttrlet court. In thla cam
palgn It was charged that b had not been
an honost man. Harsh - terms were used
and he waa called an embetxler by hla en
emies, and they tried to make the people
of thla city believe that Frank E. Mooret
was not honett.
Caiaaty Owed, Moores. .
, "I want to say here, gentlemen. In the
light of later events, just what has been
tbe result of ths Investigation that was
going on as to the accounts between Mayor
Moores and the county. At that time there
were pending oertaln claims of bis In the
court of Douglas county. Certain claims
were made that Moores owed tho county
$14,000, while Moorei claimed that Douglaa
county owed him mora than 110,000. Ex
perts were set to work on the books. They
worked for.' weeks and months and found
out Just bow the accounts stood. The
case came up for trial. It waa tried very
fiercely. The county waa represented by
Judge Shields, who made a bard fight. X
represented tbe mayor in tbe lawtuft.
'It wat tried fof week, and, gentlemen,
aa the result of that ease Mayor Moores
secured a Judgment at the hands of the
eourt after a thorough Investigation of all
these accounts of over 121,000. And the
county of Douglas, reoognliing the eorrect
nett of that dtolslon, did net have the
temerity to appeal that ease to the supreme
court of this state. Bo Instead of being
proven aa embesaler from the county, it
waa proven and - decided that the county
owed Mayor Moofes this large sum (
"This t not all. Other charges have
been mads and spread around, which, un
fortunately, have not been Investigated and
proven false as these two. But If those
original chargss eould be made with such
a flimsy foundation, thsra naturally comet
the query, cannot charges of equal gravity
be made on juat as films a foundation In
other casetT And bow much better are
you juatlfled In believing them than you
are the charges that ' were shown to be
untrue T I have known Mayor Moores for
a great many yearn.' If I thought him dlt
honest t want to say that, although I am a
The most loathsome and repulsive
things is the serpent, and the vilest
degrading of all human diseases is Contagious Blood Poison. The serpent
sinks its fangs into the flesh and almost instantly the poison passes through
the entire body. Contagious Blood Poison, beginning with a little nicer,
soon contaminates every drop of blood and spreads throughout the whole
system. Painful swellings appear in the groins, a red rash and copper col
ored splotches break out on the body, the mouth and throat become ulcerated,
and the hair and eye brows fall out ; but these symptoms are mild compared to
the wretchednesa and suffering that come in the latter stages of the disease
when it attacks the bones ana more vital parts of the body. It is then that
Contagion. Blood Poison is seen in all its hideousness. The deep eating ab
scesses and Sickening ulcers and tumors show the whole system is corrupted
and poisoned, and unless relief cornea soon this serpent disease tightens its
coils and crushes out the life. The only antidote for the awful virus is S. 8. S.
8trong mineral remedies, like mercury and potash, dry up the sores and drive
in the disease,' but tlo not cure permanently.
; Send for our home treatment book and write us if in need of medical advice
or special information. This will cost you nothing.
i . c WZ SWIFT SPCCinO CO., ATLANTA, CA
republican, and the blackeet kind of a re
publican, and a man who dearly loves his
party, I would not vote for him or atk you
to vote for him. I did not come here to
appeal for your votes for diahoneet men,
but I came because, so far as I have known
this man and I know him very well I
have never seen htm or known him to do
n dishonest act."
Hevlewe the Boomere.
Mr. Rotewater's speech waa a review of
the boomers, typified by Erattua A. Ben
ion, who Inflated value and real estate In
the city and far out until the bubble col
lapsed and the cltywaa damaged to an
extent that It hat not yet recovered. Mr.
Rosewater aald the present campaign It
the moat grotesque thst has ever occurred
In Omaha and a perfect masquerade a
candidate who had appeared before a re
publican convention, within three days se
curing a nomination from the populists and
following It np with a petition In order to
show what people stood for him.
Ths boomers, he said, were the greatest
curse Omaha had ever bad and had done
the city more damage thin cyclones or
earthquakes postlbly could do. He showed
how Benton and his compatriots had sold
prairie lota In the '80s to laboring men,
small merchants and others, who had
thereby lost their savings. Some of them
committed suicide, others were driven to
Insane aaylums, families were separated
and men bankrupted, and all over the east
there was a howl of curses from men who
bsd Invested in Omaha vacant loti.
Mr. Rosewater said he considered thll
peculation worse than gambling. He read
advertlacmenta telling of "$500" and "$600"
lots In additions unheard of and unknown
at the present day, and aald that Omaha
suburban lota were laid out and aold aa far
away as Fremont. Tbe folly of extending
the city over a territory disproportionate
to Its population was shown by tbe de
preciation of the values of property down
town, the vast sums spent on grading and
wooden paving and the distrust engendered
In Omaha Investments. Later the tame
boomers had the census padded In 1890 so
that In 1900 It looked aa though the cltv
had lost 40,000 people and created the Im
pression throughout the country that the
town Is receding. Referring to Mr. Benson,
Mr. Rosewater said:
"I enter my protest now aa a cltlxen of
Omaha. I . have worked here for forty
years and every dollar I have earned X have
invested here, putting It Into brick and
mortar and machinery and wares. . I have
borrowed every dollar I could and planted
mat here, too, I do not feel aate In the
hands of the boomers and I will not have
It if I can help It."
He warned his hearers that a vote for
Benson meant half a vote for Howell, and
predicted the success of the Moores ticket.
Here are tome things the candidates
Candidates Have a Bay.
Mayor Mooret If re-elected mayor I ahall
relinquish no effort to compel the railways
to pay their Jutt share of taxea. So tar at
It Is In my power I will have the railway
tax cases carried to the highest eourt In
the United States if necessary to settle
for all time to como thla Important Ques
tion. I hope within the next three years
to secure equality In taxation, not alone
in theory, but In reality.
Councilman Harry B. Ztmman There la
going to be a determined effort on the
part of the railroads to Induce the next
council to lay down In the railway tax
Cghtt. It la proposed to dlreot the city
attorney to withdraw the caaes now pend
ing, which mean so much to the people.
I pledge you my word and honor that aa
long as 1 am In the counoll I will do all
In my power to. compel the raliroada to
pay their fair share of taxes.
C S. Huntington I want to Indorse all
that Mr. Zlmman has aald about railroad
taxes. I will take the same stand If
elected to the eity council.
George T. Nioholson I want a chance to
prove that I ean serve the people well,
faithfully and Intelligently aa councilman,
and I aak you for your votes.
Peter M. Back I am what they call the
worklngman's candidate from the Firat
ward. I got a majority of two to one of
the votea over my nearest opponent at the
primaries and did not spend $10. If elected
I shall do what is right by the taxpayers
R. W. Dyball If elected I promise that I
will do all in my powsr to give the city an
honett, businesslike administration.
Fred Brunlng I am a candidate for tax
commissioner and I atand before you on my
record as a business man for the last
twenty years. On my cards I have printed
the words "Equal taxation fof all." That
means precisely what It saya. I propose to
aaaeaa everything In the city from a wheel
barrow to a railroad in proportion to Kg
W. H. Bl bourn I am taking for a seoond
term as city , clerk. I have not heard that
fault hat been found with my Brat term. It
elected I promlae a seoond term fully aa
good, and better It I can make It so. 1
Fred Hoye It la not neoeaaary for me to
explain my record In the council. .Ton
have read It In the newspapers anl you
know I have always stood up for the peo
ple. Robert Cowell, Chairman City Central
Committee I with to tell you that the com
mittee la doing hard, effective work tor the
t uoceaa of the ticket. As one In very eloae
touch with the altuatlon, I want to predlot
a grand victory tor tbe mayor and the
Beaaaa Before Pleasara Clab.
Candidate E. A. Benton was entertained
laat night by the Six Days' Pleasure club
In the heart of ths burnt district over the
beer emporium of Mr. Benson's ardent ad
mirer, Leon Levy, 1021 Capitol avenue.
Loon contributed a pitcher of tonsil wash
and Mr. Benton, A. W. Jefferls, J. J.
Boucher and Attorney Wormtley contrib
uted a free flow of oratory In return. The
attendance Included Via Walker, Dr. O. R.
Young, William Koetter, a popullat leader
anO a colored attorney Imported for the
occaalon. William Minor was chairman,
Victor Walker master of ceremonies and a
of all liviner
It cures permanently the most desperate cases. It is
MfavVs MfflSoV, composed entirely of vegetable
ingredients. 3. S. S. destroys every vestige of the
poison and removes all danger of transmitting the
awful taint to others. Nothing- else will do this.
local crap-thooter of prominence the tp
Mr. Jeffertt spoke first, threshing over
the old stories of Bentonlsn munificence
In laying out Brlgga Station and the village
of Benton; Insinuating very broadly that
the votera of the Third ward have been
bought heretofore, but Inviting them not
to be this time; pounding hard on the
slavery peddle, and concluding with this
declaration: "People 'ssy, 'Oh, Frank
Moorea gives us a liberal administration la
ths Third ward,' but would It not be better
to give the Third ward a liberal adminis
tration and at the same time a buslneat
To such at remained to heer him, ). J.
Boucher volunteered the remark .. that Jie
endorsed all Mr. Jefferls had said.
Mr. Benton arrived at a tardy hour and
then excused himself by laying he had to
talk again out on Fortieth street, lie de
livered practically the same address be
gave In the Eighth ward Wednesday.
Season Hes la Sixth Ward.
A fair audience gathered at Twenty
fourth and Ames avenue laet night to
listen to the glittering generalities of the
Bensonltes. J. H. Mcintosh opened - the
ball and spoke at length of the vartoua
things done and not done by the present
city administration. He told of the In
crease In taxation attested to the railroad t
this year, gtv'ng tbe credit Cor the same
to the Real Estate exchange as done by
himself. He then took up the career of
Ed Howell and declared him bo bare been
a continual officeholder and candidate. The
corporations, he Intimated, bad already
dragged him Into their fold and his elec
tion would only give the city corporation
rule. ' ' '
Candidate Benson spoke a few hurried
words and left for several other barn
storming appearances on his list for the
evening. In the course of hla talk be said
he bad taken tbe candidacy much agalntt
bis will and yet hoped to be the victor at
the poll a.
After the retirement of Mr. Benson
B. O. Burbank and A. W. Jefferls spoke at
Rltcheork Takea a Hand.
At Arbor hall. Thirtieth and Arbor
streets, laat night, a email crowd listened
to eulogies on the democratic city ticket
pronounced by . Ed P. Berryman, Ed L,
Robertson, : George W. 8mlth, Loula Roths
child, Ernest Stuht and V. F. Kuncl, candi
dates for the city council; C. O. Lobeck,
candidate for comptroller, and William
Fleming, candidate for tax commissioner,
and Congressman. G, M. Hitchcock.
Mr- Hitchcock took this opportunity for
the first time to thank the Seventh ward
for tbe seventy-five majority It gave him
last fall. He said: "The municipal cam
palgn la of more Importance to the people
of Omaha than ' a state or national cam
paign, for It la the question of good local
government, : reduced taxation and , the
clty'a prosperity.' Kansaa City, Bt. ' Paul
and Denver have all- passed Omaha In the
race, and. Omaha it today - a graveyard
town, all owing to the maladministration of
the laat ten or twelve years, in spite of the
momentary stimulus given the city by the
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Moving Is not pleasant to think about
except when the prospect of a handsome
office is in prospect, you have to get up
a certain amount of steam to move, even
when you are driven to desperation bv
Spring XilXlC elector service and offices
j that hare been long in need
IS of paint as well as soap and
always looks fresh and attractive be
cause it is never allowed to get out of re
pair. This together with efficient Janitor
service make it a pleasant place to do
business. Besides this the rents are no
higher than in other buildings.
It. CY Peters & Co.,
Ground Floor, Deo Bldg.
exposition of 1191. : The t people want a
change and are going to hsve It by the
election of the entire democratic ticket.
Howell Is the csndldate of the middle riant,
Benson ef tbe buslnett men and eerpnr;i
tlont and Moorea of a certtln newspaper."
' Fleet -Warders Talk Shop.
The First Ward Democrat! club hold a
bustnett aettlon at Tenth and Hickory
ttreeta last night. 8peechet were con
fined to reratrkt . by .club members, the
candidates being at meetings ' tn other
warda. A program Tor speaking at tTtbton,
at Lincoln hall and at Kettler's hall on
South Thirteenth atreet, the latter, to be
a Joint meeting with the Second ward club,'
At Twentieth and Martha streets. In the
Second ward, a democratic , meeting waa
addressed by E. E. Howell, C. O.' Lohock
and I. J. Dunn. The remarks of the two
candldatea were brief. V. F. Kuncl, the
candidate for councilman from the Second
ward, failed to get to the meeting.'
Will Not Trantfer Team.
COLORADO SPRINGS. Xpr'll 23 -Thoma
F. Burnt, owner of the Colorado Serious
Western league club fronchlee, announces
that the team will not be transferred to
Collesje Base Ball.
At Hartford Tale, S; Trinity,
Wirrh 14, ltnt.
Pleaas send to the enrlneea addreea a eamrta
bottla of the Elker-Hon Cure for conetimatlon,
I have tried It for amhma and am free tram It
for the Brat ttme In aeren yeare. I do not
know bow to thank yon enmirti.
SARAH M. MOYT, .
No. HI B. Thome! Bt., Loa Anselea. Cal.
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tbe a bora, together with full daunt of oal
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caaea of ASTHMA. DRONCHITIS. CATARRH
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