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THE OMAHA DAILY IJEE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 0. li03.
OMAHA GIVEN A DRUBBING
Milli'isairei Make Eifchteeu Hits Off Pitch
ing of Henderson.
COMMENCE EARLY AND KEEP IT UP LATE
llnuik ant Hi Men Escape Ttltk
Tlielr I.I fe nnl ftisrt Kast on tha
First Trill- Oat la tha
COLORADO BPKING8. Colo.. Mar .
iSpedsl Telegram.) In a long-drawn-out
luKRlng match the Colorado Springs team
today humiliated the Omaba tram by a
scor of 14 to 1. The time mat not worthy
of the name. The term horseplay would
better describe It. Rourte sat on the bench
through the game Wearing a look of utter
disgust, although ha did not say a word
to any of hli men. A glanca at the hit
column of the Colorado Spring! team tells
(he tale. All took a fall out of Henderson,
Omaha's young pitcher. mtist be said
In Justice to him, however, that he worked
like a Trojan every minute of play, even
after the rest of the team laid down. It
was simply his day off. Henderson had
good speed and at times effective curves,
but the Millionaires had their batting
clothes on and went after him. The game
was wholly uninteresting, about half of the
crowd leaving the grounds In the sixth
Inning. The Omaha team left tonight for
the east. Score:
, COLORADO SPRINGS.
EL-ln. If 1 f P?- A
XI BUCKS, BS 1 2 I 2 K 1
Lumley, cf ." J t I ft
Con-alcbn. rf j 4 I i X 5
f 118 0 0
Mil, 2b I t 3 I J
Doran, c 1
McNecJey, p ,e
Total- 88 14 18 17 I 1
. , AB. R. IB. PO. A. E.
Carter,, rf 0 110 0
Oenlns, 2b 0 0 0 2 0
Pieeton. If. 1 1 0 1 0 0
Wright, la 4 0 1 U 1 1
Dolan, as .....4 0 1 3 I 1
Kuwait, 2t. t .00110
Thorn an, cf 4 0 1 0 0 1
Gondlng. c I 0 0 S 1 0
Henderson, p I 0 0 0 I 0
Totals 32 1 6 24 IS "l
Colorado Springs ...1 0100440 14
Omaha 0 001000001
Earned runs: Colorado Springs, 10. Three
baxn hits: Congalton, 1 Two-base hit:
Lumley. Sacrifice hits: Franoks (2), NIU.
Stolen baaes: Congalton, Doran, Francks,
Kverltt. Kill. Double plays: Mil to Everltt,
Krnncks to Everltt, Pol&n to Stewart to
Wright. Struck out: By McNeeley, 1 by
Henderson, 3. Bases on balls: Off Mo
Neeley, 1; off Henderson, 4. Left on basea:
Colorado Springs, 7; Omaha, b. Basea on
errors: Colorado Springs, 1; Omaha, 1.
Time: 1:46. Umpire: Brennan.
Falling-, ta Hit, Kansas City Loses,
KANSAS CITY, May a. Kansas City waa
unabls to hit Kenna at critical times today.
Attendance, 800. Score:
Milwaukee 0 11100100-4 10 i
Kansas City ...0 0010100 01 71
Batteries: Milwaukee, Kenna and Lucia;
is.anaa city. Hall and Messltl.
Peoria Beats St. Joe.
ST. " JOSEPH, May 5. Poor team work by
St. Joseph and good batting by Peoria won
tne game tor in -latter, uco.-e:
Peoria 0 01101000-4 14 1
St. Joseph 1 00001000-341
Batteries: Peoria. Alloway and Wilson;
St. Joseph, Dlehl, Howie and McConnelL
Dtsver Defeats Dea Moines.
DENVER. May 8. The fielding of the
visitors waa generally poorer than that of
tneajvprne twuiv out errors at cnucaj umee
and Inability -ta hit Barber lost them, the
game. The weather was cold and the at
tendance ugnt. mcore:
Deliver 1 00010100-411
Ue Moines ....1 00000000-144
Bstterles: Denver, Barber and Schley;
jjes Moines, uarry ana Marsnaiu
' Staadlaar Teaaaa.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Colorado Springs 7 4 1 .768
Denver 1 4 1 .667
Kansas City (II .600
Milwaukee 8 11 .6"0
Peoria 4 11 -M0
Omaha 6 1 4 .SS3
St. JuaeDh 4 14 .133
Des Moines 7 1 .141
Games today: Peoria at St. Joseph, Mil
waukee at Kansas iiiy.
OPENING GAMES IN OMAHA
Western Lesgse Seasoa Will Be
(Uvea Its Anaaal Send-Off
On Thursday the Western league bass
hnll season will be opened in Omaha be
tween the Rourkes and the Des Moines
team. The customary parade will be made
and Mayor Moore will pitch tne nrst ban
after a band concert at the park. Both
trama have had practice now and, with the
warm weather coming on, are In shape to
play the very best of ball. It should be
made a gala day by the Omaha fans. Ths
game will be called at 1:4b, The teams:
Omaha. Position. Des Moines.
Wright First base Town
Ntewart Second base Qulnn
Dolan Shortstop O'Leary
Mickey Third base Durkee
Preston Left ft eld Backoff
Oenlns...., Center field Clark
Carter... Right field Hotter
Ooncllnx Catcher Marshal
Thomas Cstcher Frohl
Johnson Pitcher Cuahman
Bruner Pitcher Morrlaon
SWiafstall I'ftcher Barry
Companion Pitcher Feeny
English ssd Price Matched.
ST. JOSKPH, Mo., May 8. (Special Tele
gram.) "Kid" Price of Oklahoma City and
Clarence English of Nebraska City who
recently loBt a decision to Benny Yanger
at Kansas City, were today matched to
meet in St. Joseph before the Kagles In a
nlteen-rouna bout, ins aste ot tne con
test has not been definitely arranged, but It
will be some time in the latter part of May
Kabtraskaas Hedeesa Themselves.
DECORAH, la... May 6. (Special Tele
gram.) Nebraska redeemed Itself today by
defeating Luther college In one of the pret
tiest and beat played games of the seSHon
by the score of 2 to 0. Longanecker pitched
hiu first aajne and was a areat suocesa.
with the Cornhuskers all with him. The
Norwegians defeated Iowa several days
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Hfh.M N!t:r,'a fels in better spirits to
night as It leave for the east. Score:
i'r,"k 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
"tner 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Hj" bits: Nebraska. 1; l.u-her. 1 Baee
on twiiia: off Lonitanecker, 1; off flxvarrM,
S. Hirurk out: By IonKsncrkxr. , by 8a
vareld. 11. Hatterlea: Nerak. Lon-
V. C. B"a nuer; turner, savarelcl ana
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Plttsbnrsr Takea First Place ' by
Kaally Defeatla- t'alra.o
PITTBBCRO. May ..-PIHaburg won firm
flare today by defeating Chicago. Wicker
looked like a winner up to the fifth Inning,
Pittsburg not having made a hit, but after
that he was at the home team's mercy. Ex
cellent support saved Leever. Attendance,
1,034. Bcore: -
PlTTSBt'RO. I CHlCAOr)
R HO A X I a una a
neanmmt, Mill Harler. rf.. 1
Clarke, If.... 1 I 1
Lear-h. th ... 1 a
Watner, rf. .. t t I
BraneOeld. It a 11
tintiM. et e
T laker, a.... 1
Kruaer. M .. 1 1 1
ftltrhT. .. ill
Smith, c I
Latter, p.... 1 1 0
Cater, ih S
Evere, lb..... 1
Wicker, p..,. 0
Touts ... I It 17 17 o Totals . I 11 M
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0
Chicago 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Earned runs: Pittsburg. &; Chicago. 1.
Two-base hits: Kruger, Evers. Wicker.
Three-base hit: Clarke (tt. Sacrifice hit:
Casey. Stolen baaes: Clsrke, Leach. Wag
ner, Rltchey Kllng. Double play: RHehey
to Bransfleld to Kruger. Bases on balls:
Off Leever, 1; off Wicker, 4. Struck out:
By Leever, 4; by Wicker. S. Fanned ball:
Smith. Wild pitch: leever. Time: 8:0tX
Umpires: Emalle and Holllday.
Clnclaaatl Makes It Fosr,
CINCINNATI. May B.-Clnclnnatl made It
four straight from St. Louis today. Hahn
was In fine form and allowed but five scat
tered hits. St. Louts managed to score In
the ninth on an error by Magoon. Attend
ance, 4,000, Score:
K.llr. if e
o o t o
Sftrmoar. If.. 1 I
Donlln. rt ... 1 I
0 0 1
1 I 1
0 1 1
Backler. lb.. 1
Mnrrlaaay, tb. 1 1
Corroran, aa. 1 1
lb.. 0 0 11
p .. 1 1
Mi coo a, lb.. 0 1
H.rin, .... 0 0
Hack el t.
will lama, si. 0 0 4
Kran. e 0 0 1
Totals ... 4 1(7 I )l Totals ... 1 I 14 It 1
Cincinnati 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 -4
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Earned runs: Cincinnati. 1. Two-base
hlts: Magoon, Brain, Donovan, Hackett.
First base on balls: Off Hahn, 2; off
Hackett, 1. Struck out: By Hahn, 2. Time:
1:45. Umpire: Johnstone.
Brooklyn Wins In Tenth.
PHILADELPHIA. May 6 -Brooklyn tied
the score In the ninth Inning; today throurh
Brashear's fumble of Flood's lilt. Four
slnales and a base on balls in the tenth
netted ine visitors tnree runs ana tne game
Attendance, 1,475. Bcore:
R.H.O.A. C.I R.H.O.A.K.
Btrana. et.... 0 110 0 Ttiomaa, ef... 1 1111
MeCraadr, ni 1 1 l l Harry, ll 1 1 0 0
81ickarl. If. 1 1 1 0 0 Wnlr't'n. lb. 0 0 1 0
Doyle, lb.... 1 I 10 0 0 Kalatar, rf... 0 10 0 0
pahlan. sa... 1 1 4 4 0 Braahaar, lb. 0 0 1 0 1
Bitter, e 1 0 7 8 0 Douilaaa, lb. 0 I 10 0 0
Flood, lb.... 0 111 0 Hutawltt, as.. 0 1 4 4 0
Jordan. Ib... 0 1 8 I S Zlmmar. o... 0 10 8 0
Jodaa, p 0 0 0 8 J Bparka. p.... 0 0 1 t 0
KTaoa, p s s o e si
Aksarn 0 0 0 0 Totals ... 8 I 80 If I
Totals ... 3 8 80 n l
Batted for Jones In the ninth.
Brooklyn 0 0O10OO018-6
Philadelphia 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Earned runs: Brooklyn, 1; Philadelphia,
1. Two-base hit: Doyle. Sacrifice hit:
Barry. Stolen bases: Doyle, Dahlen, Barry.
Double play: Dahlen to Doyle. Left on
baaes: Brooklyn, ; Philadelphia, 8. First
base on balls: Off Jones, 3: off Evans, 1;
eft Sparks, 6. Struck out: By Jones, 8; by
Sparks, 2. Time: 2:15. Umpire: O'Day.
The New York and Boston game was
called at end of second Inning on account
gtanalna; of the Teams.
Flayed. Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg 17 11 t .?
New York 11 4 .803
Boston 18 1 7 .Ml
Brooklyn 16 17- .533
Chicago 1 .1 f .500
Cincinnati 16 7 I .4W
St. Loul 17 11 .353
Philadelphia 17 i U .301
Oames today: Nsw York at Brooklyn,
Chicago at Pittsburg.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago's Banebed Hits, Combined
with Detroit's Errors, Give
CHICAGO, May I. Patterson waa in rare
form and with perfect sopport easily won
today's game. Tne locals bunched their hits
wilh bases on balls and errors. Attend
afTre, 1,850. Score:
CH1CAOO. I DETROIT.
R H.O.A.g R H O.A.B.
t 3 11 1 0 Barrett, af... 0 1110
18 10 OBIberfald. aa. 1 18
1 8 8 0 0 Crawford, If. 0 1 4
10 18 0 Carr. lb 0 1 7
8 8 110 Onaaler, rf..
1118 0 Smith, lb...
Daly, Ib 1
Tannehill, as 0
MrFarland, a. 1
Patterson, p.. 0
118 0 Yeasar. Ib... 0
lilt McAl'star, s. 0
114 O.Ktastnfar, p
Totals ... I 11 18 0' Totals ... 1 t 14 I I
Chicago IIOOI'OIO 1
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Left on bases: Chicago, 7; Detroit, 1
Two-base hits: McFarland, label I, Jones,
Tannehill. Stolen bases: Dolan, Hallman,
Daly. Double plays: Patterson to Tanne
hill to Dolan, Tannehill to Daly, Dolan to
Patterson to label, McFarland to Tannehill
to Jones, Barrett to Carr. Struck out: By
Patterson, 3; by Kissinger, . First base on
balls: Off Patterson, 1; off Kissinger, 3.
Time: 1:83. Umpire: Sheridan.
Wretched Ftelalac Beats Phillies.
NEW YORK May . Wretched fielding
on the part of Philadelphia caused their
downfall today. A clever triple play, with
three men on bases, executed In the ninth
inning by Gsnsel snd Long, ended the
game. Attendance, "l,W. Score:
NCW YORK I PHILADELPHIA.
A. Peril. It. 1 1 0 0 0 Hertaal, It... 1 4 1 0 a
Heeler, rf.... I
Pultl. of I
Wllllama. lb. I
11S Pickering,, ef 0 0 1
ISO 0:11. Carle, lb. I I II
I 1 1 0 U Croaa, lb. 0 0 I
Oaatel, Ib... I 111
0 seysoid. rf ... 0
Conror. lb.. 1
Long, aa 1
O'Connor, .. 0
Barilla, c... 0
Tannehill, p. 0
Wlllee, p.... 0
Murphr. lb.. 0 0 1
0 M. Croaa, aa. 0 0 .4
0 Bcnreck at, c 0
0 Henlejr. p.... 0 0 0 1 0
aHoBoaaa .... 0 10 0 0
1 . Totals ... I 10 84 16 I
Tola la ...U 10 21 1
Batted for Henley In the ninth.
New York 08810001 -H
Philadelphia 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0-3
Earned runs: New York I: Philadelphia.
1. Two-base hits: Hartzef, H. Davis, Hey
bold. Three-base hits: Hansel, H. Davis,
Seybold. Stolen bates: Keeler Fults, (ian
sel, Conroy. Double plays: M. Cross to
H. Davis, M. Cross to Murphy to H. Davis.
Triple play: Qansel and Long. First base
on balls: Off Henley, i; oft Tannehill. 3;
CXI U OU FIRE
hand, that Itchea and burned, oaualng
snuoh dlaoomtort. As time went by it
w wo and T w, COnTlaoed that
f w.s afflicted with Ecssma. i eon.
suited several physloians ana a num
ber of specialists, and, used, several ex
ternal applications, rsoeivlng but
sliabt temporary relief. In February
1 decided to try B. 8. 8., and in less than
a month Z experienced a change for the
better, and by May all symptoms had
diaappeared, and I found myself entire
ly cured, and have bad no return ot
the disease since. w. r. aauoil,
skin of the fiery poisons with which the
Diooa-cnrrent is ovn-iuucu, ut icmai ap
plications, such as washes, soaps, salves and powers' ,
are soothing and cooling they do not enter into the
blood itself or touch the real cause of the disease,
butS. S. S. does, and purines, enriches, and strength-
off Wlltse, I. First bsse on errors: New
York, 6. Struck out: By Tannehill. 1; by
Wlltse 1. Ift on bases: Philadelphia. 1;
New York. 8. Time: 1:45. Umpire: Con
At St. Louis St. Isuls-Cleveland game
postponed; wet groumla.
At Boston Washington, 1: Boston, 0.
called at end of the first Inning on account
Standing of lk Trial.
Played. Won. Lost. PC
Chicago 11 8 3 .727
jew ora u i o .ki-
Detroit 11 8 8 .MS
Philadelphia 14 7 7 .ftm
Washington 11 '"
Boston 13 1 1 .SM
St Louis !.(
Cleveland t) 1 .SU
Oames today: Detroit at Chlcas-o. Cleve
land at St. Louis. Washington at Boston,
mnaaeiphia at pew lorn.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Indianapolis Downs LoalsTllle la
Spite of gome Loose
LOUISVILLE, May 6. Indianapolis de
feated the locals today In a loosely plsyed
seven-lnrlng game. Umpire Foremen celled
the game in time to allow tire visitors to
catch a train for Toledo. Attendance, 1,100.
INDIANAPOLIS. 1 UOUI8VTLLB
R.H.O.A I R.H.O.A K.
Hnarltrer. rf 0 ft 1 0 o Kerarln. rf... 110 0 1
Ills IiOnwaii. et... o 8 l t a
Jnnaa, if,..., 0 110)'
Klhm. lb.... 0 0 11 1 o
8'illlTan, lb. 0 0 1 10
P hrlrrar. e.. 0 0 4 1
0 0 1 0 l
Whlta. lb.... 0 0 10 0 0
Clymer, If... 0 13 0 0
VIoi, aa 0 0 111
'Mil Mi. tb 1 0 8 4 1
Bobanaon, p. 1 1 0 1 0
(' Hrlan, sa..
0 1 0 1 I
110 8 1
0 0 1
Totals ...4 8 21 11 I Totals ... I 4 11 T I
Louisville 1 0 0 0 1 0 08
Earned runs: Louisville, 2. Three-base
hit: Kerwln. Home run: Kerwln. Sacri
fice hits: Chllds, Klhm. First base on
balls: Oft Bohannon. 1: off Newlln. I. Struck
out: By Bohannon, 4. Double plays: White
(unassisted), Vlox to Chllds to wnite, Fox
(unassisted). Left on basea: Louisville, 4;
Indianapolis, 4. Time: 1:30. Umpire: Fore
man. Toledo Team Tarna Tables.
COLUMBUS. May 5. Toledo today dupli
cated Columbus' performance of yesterday
and won out In the ninth inning. The field
ing of both teams waa ragged. Attendance
TOLEDO. I COLUMBUS.
R.H.O.A B. H.H O A.B.
Smith, rf 3 112 0 Wllllama. If. 1 1 I 0 1
Barnard, cf.. 1 I 4 0 olHart. cf 0 0 1 1 1
Ll ken a p, aa 1 0 0 I I Raymer, lb.. 0 118 0
Rtlillna. lb. 1 1 1 0 0 T. Turner, Ib 1 I I 1 I
Flournor. If. I 1 0 0 0 Hiatter. lb... I 1 14 1 1
N. Tir.. Ib-aa 0 13 1 l'Arndt. rf.... 0 110
Owana, 2b.... 0 Oil 0 Brldwall, aa.O 0 0 0 1
0 0 T 2 0 t or. a 0 1 1 0
0 0 10 llWagnar,
1 0 1 0
0 10 10
Totals ... 3 T 17 14 T
Totals ... T mil I
Toledo I 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 ! 7
Columbus 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 06
Earned runs: Toledo, 2. Left on bsses
Columbus, 10; Toledo, 8. Stolen bsses
Arendt. Brldwell. Sacrifice hits: Bernard
Hart. First base on balls: Off Wagner, 1;
off Crlstall, 8. Two-baae hit: T. Turner,
Three-base hit: Slattery. Double plays
Wagner to Slattery, Smith to Owens to
Connors. Hit by pitched ball: Hart, Arndt,
Raymer. Struck out: By Wagner, 2; by
crlstall, 8. Time: i:se. umpire: nasKeu,
Minneapolis Wins Its First.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 8. The home team
broke Its long string of defeats today by
defcatlna Milwaukee In tne nrst Inning
Two bases on balls and four hits produced
four runs. Stlmmell waa in fine form. At
tendance, 1,260. Score:
Oylar, as 0 0' I 3 0'Phyla. aa 0 1 I I 0
La r. II 1 1 0 oiuonanue. lb. l ll s 1
McOraery, cf. 1 0 1 0 0 Dunleary, If. 0 1 8 0 0
Yaaier. t ... 1 1 S 2 l;Uunan, rr.,. 0 0 0 0
Wllnot. rf... 1
2 4 0 O'Bihaflay. 2k.. 0 0 11
Hoflm'at'r. 2b 0 S 0 1 l l'nalaub.
Jb. 0 0 0 4 0
Vatbtnder, lb 0 1 10 0 ljWooda, e.
o o i i ii
Mciniyre, o. i a a v reer,
Stlmmell, p.. 0 0 0 1 0 Hale,
.114 0 0
0 10 0 0
ToUIs ... 0 11 27 T
I ToUla ... 1 T2t 14 4
Stlmmell out on bunt strike.
Bpeer batted for Hale In the ninth.
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Famed runs: Minneapolis. 1: Milwaukee.
1. Two-base hits: Hoff mlesier. Phyle. First
base on balls: on Btimmeii, 2; on Hale. 2.
Double play: Bchafley to Donohue. Stolen
bases: Laily, Wllmot, Mclntyre. Sacrifice
hit: McCreery. Struck out:- By Stlmmell,
8; ty Hale, i. uei. on oases: Minneapolis
6; MIlwauKee, iu. Time: -i:. umpires
Moran and Mullane.
St. Paul's Battlagr Dot Trick.
ST. PAUL, May 6. The home team won
by superior batting and all around work,
Vols was hit hard In the ssventh Inning.
Attendance, tw. score
.10 0 1
Jackaoa, rt... 1
Oeir, If 1
Marcan, If... 8
flrhaefer, aa. 8
Wheeler, lb., 1
rtUBstna, lb.. 0
Palrue, lb.... 0
Sullivan, e... 0
Vola, p 0
Chech, p 0
0 Nance, 2b..
0 Orandr. lb.
0 Rothfuaa, rf . 0
1 Knoll, if.
V Leewe, aa.... 0
0 M' Andre's, Ib 1
0 Ulbaon, p.... 1
t T 14 S3 3
Totala I 11 27 11 l'
St. Paul 10001101 8
Kansas City 0000100807
Earned runs: St. Psul, 6: Kansas City, 1
rwo-Dase nits: jaenson, vvneeier, Bcnaerer
Maioney, Nance. Three-base hit: Rothfuss!
Sacrifice hit: Hugglns. Stolen baaes: Shan
non, Pelrce, Maioney (2). First base on
Dana: (Jti umson, 2; on vols,' 8; on Chech
1. Struck out: By Gibson. 4: by Vols. 3:
by Chech. 1. Hit by Gibson. Shannon', by
Vols. Mc Andrews. Left on bases: St. Paul,
4: Kansas city, a. Time: 3:00. Umpire
Standing of Ike Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
St. I aul
Kansas City at Minnearwv
at St. Paul, Louisville at
inapolLa at Toledo.
BALL GAME FOR WEDNESDAY
Vnloa Stork Yards Jnnlors Will Meet
the Omaha Field Clab
The game between the Union Stock Tard
Juniors and the Omaha Field club, which
was postponed Saturday on account of wet
grounda, will be played at Vinton Street
park Wednesday afternoon. The weather
indications point to a good day and a large
crowd ia expected. The Stock Tarda en
thusiasts will turn out to see their kids
win. Game called at 8:30 p. m. Lineup:
Stock Yards Jrs. Position. Field Club.
H ichten First base Heed
Talbot Second base Knox
Mlllett Third base Chambers
Pohner Shortstop Malons
Ferguson Left field Clarke
McMahon CenterHeld Heagland
Lott Rlht field Tlupery
Miller C.itoher Martin
Qulnn pitcher Davidson
Caughey Fltcher Gordy
FALLS, CITY THE CHAMPIONS
Wins Large Percentage of Points
la the High School
HCMBOLDT, Neb.. Msy .-fSpeciaI )
The rst annual meet of the Richardson
County Athletic association was pu.Kd off
at the county fair grounds with a s.lfht
change in the program, occasioned by ths
storm of the morning, which dampened th
course and made the ball game lui o.alble
Five of the eight schools of the sssoclailiri
wers represented and the first event, the
basket ball game, waa won ty the Dawson
flrls, who contested with the Salem team
merest was keen and Lloyd Thomas of
Dawson won first honors ss sn athlete
with 1H points te his credit. Falls City was
the winning high school, making BS of the
Ka points. Dawson and Salem took second
and third place with 33 and 23 points re
spectively. The board of control has pur
chased a beautiful bust of Apollo Bnlvl
dere and this will be used as the prise to
be held from year to year by the school
winning first honors. Following is the re
sult of the contest by events:
One hundred-yard foot race: Thomas,
Dawson, won; Lyons. Falls City. second
Hates. Falls City, third. Time: 0:11.
Four hundred snd forty-yard race: Cag
non. Falls City, won: CJrtrnth. Ver.lon, ac.
ond; Beaaley, Fslls City, third. Time: 0:85.
Running broad lump: Thomas, Dawson,
won; Johnson. Salem, second: I. unity, Hhu
beit. third. Distance: 13 feet l Inch's
,34Ue mnj DaiL, i'aUa ui .WwUft.
Palem. second: Falloon. Falls City, third.
Time: 8 14.
Runnlna hlah lump: dreenwald. Falls
City, won; Llnbee, Dawann, second; Lewis,
rails (.Ity, tnira. tieignt: 4 feet 5 Incnes.
Shot-put: Lyons. Kails City, won; Corn,
Salem, second; Thomas. Dawson, third.
Distance: 31 feet 1 Inches.
Two hunnreil anl twen'v-vard race:
Thomas, Dawson, won: Lyons, Falls City,
second; Corn. Salem, third. Time: t;29.
Klght hundred and eighty-yard race;
Wlnlltf Sal.m wntl W.KI E-.ll. .Mr.. .n
ond; Lewis, Falls City, third. Time: 3 3.
Pole vault: Stockton. Falls t'lty, won:
Oaanon, Falls City, second: Porter, Salem,
tnira. Meignt: s teet s incnea.
Btandlna blsh lump: Oreenwald. Falls
City, won; Thomas, Dawson, second; Lewis,
Falls t'lty, third.
Hammer throw: Corn. Salrm, won; Osg
non. Falls t'lty, second; l.'lmer, Dawson,
third, instance: 73 feet 1 Inch.
One mile relay: Falls Cltv wolr. Dawson
seertnd, Salem third.
Eight hundred snd eiehtv-vard orlnclnare
race: Salem won, 8hubert second. Falls
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACK?.
Orearor K. Makes Track Record at
Chicago to Sportsmen's
CHICAOO. May 1. Gresor K.. sn Ameri
can Derbv candidate, not thought able to
go the distance, broke the track record for
the mile and seventy yards in the tourtn
event et Worth today, winning the race In
easv fashion from the best field of aed
horses he hss ever met. The new record
wss set at 1:44 3-8. as against the old mark
of 1:46 3-6. Results:
First rsce. six furlonss: Marlln won.
Full Back second, Harry Beck third. Time:
Second race, four furlongs: IAdy Free
Knight won. Miss Flrlschmann second,
Belle Juan third. Time: 0:49.
Third race, si and a half furlongs: Benti
Ormonde won. Favonlus second. Soothsayer
third. Time: 1:20.
Fourth race, one mile and seventy varda:
Oregor K. won, Nitrate second, Bondage
third. Time: 1:44 -.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Sliver Flri won.
Miss Hume second. Our Bessie third. Time:
Sixth race, one mile and an eighth: Bonnie
Llssak won Omdurman second, John A.
Clarke third. Time: 1:34.
IH'ISVILLE, Ky May 6. Results:
First race, for 2-year-olds, nurse S4of. four
and a half furlongs: Esprson won, Walbut
HIU second. Play Bnll third. Time: 0:55',.
Second race, purse $400, six furlongs:
Monsieur Beauclalre won. Bummer II sec
ond, Hargls third. Time: 1:15.
Third race, selling, purse $400, one mile
and a sixteenth: Bean won. Lombre sec
ond Caxton third. Time: 1:60V.
Fourth race, for maiden 2-year-old fillies,
purse 3400, four furlongs: Shawan won,
Phelan second, Cardona third. Time: 0:19.
Fifth race, selling purse 34HO, one mile:
Jules Fonio won, Pepper Dick second,
Boomersck third. Time: 1:434.
Sixth race, selling, purse S4'K, one mile:
Aimless won. Emir second, Wlnesap third.
NEW YORK, May S Results:
First race, six furlongs, selling: Orloft
won. Star, and Garter second. Northbrook
third. Time: 1:14 1-6.
Second race, six furlongs: Futurla won.
Sweet Alice second. Ascension third. Time:
Third race, the Elmhurst stakes, five fur
longs: Race King won. Mips Shylock sec
ond. Wliard third. Time: 1:011-6.
Fourth race, the Williamsburg handicap,
six furlongs: Sacchnromater won. The
Guardsman second, Toscan third. Time:
Fifth race, five furlong: Ixiwcut won.
Heritage second, Australian third. Time:
Sixth race, handicap, one mile and seventy
yards: Himself won, Wild Pirate second.
Circus third. Time: 1:46.
ST. LOITI8 May 6. Results:
First race, four furlongs, purse: Perla
won, Lena 8, second, Bessie B. third. Time:
Second race six furlongs, purse: Hemlock
won, Crutchfleld second, Martin Brady
third. Time: 1:17. t.
Third race, four furlongs, purse: Jehane
won, Ora McKeeney second, Eugenie B.
third. Time: 0:49H-
Fourth race, one mile and an eighth, sell
ing: South Breese won, Edgardo second,
W. B. Gates third. Time: l:5fi.
Fifth race, one mile and twenty yards,
selling: KlngetellS' won. Nearest second,
Audlphone third. Time: 1:45V4.
Sixth race, six furlongs, purse: Gustus
won. Outlaw second,' Bluegrass Girl third.
Time: 1:15H. ' sa2 ' J'
COLUMBIA OUTSAILS RELIANCE
Jfew Cop Defender Distanced by a
. Quarter of av Mile la Twenty
GLEN COVE, L. I.Y May 8 It needed
Just twenty minutes today for Columbia to
demonstrate that In a light wind and beat
ing to windward It is a better boat than
Starting from a position to leeward and
slightly astern of Reliance Columbia sailed
through the new boat's lee, tacked across
Its bow and In the next leg of a mile and a
half Increased Its lead to nearly a quarter
of a mile. Reliance then withdrew.
When Columbia went through Its lee Re
liance kept off and voluntarily gave up the.
advantage of Its windward position, but It
was none the less decisively r.nd emphatic
ally outsailed. This waa the first brush be
tween the rivals.
The sea wss as smooth as a pond and
both boats carried mainsail, staysail, work
ing lib and small club-topsail. At the
start of the race Reliance was a little
ahead and to windward of Columbia. Re
liance held Its position only a few minutes,
for as the breese freshened Columbia drew
up In astonishing fashion, ran by it to lee
ward and In ten minutes was leading the
new boat by lengths. Columbia heeled
easily, while Reliance stood up much more
stiffly, carrying more canvas.
Columbia went ahead and steadily drew
away, seeming to foot faster and sail closer
to the wind.
It wss a quarter of a mile ahead on the
twenty minutes race.
Hart Ootaoxes O'Brien.
PHILADELPHIA, May S. Marvin Hart
of Louisville had ths better of the elx
round fight with Philadelphia Jack O'Brien
tonight at the Pennsylvania Athletic club.
O'Brien put up a wonderful fight against
Hart, who was twenty-four pounds th
heavier. The Phlladelphlan had the better
of the bout up to the fifth round, when the
was almost knocked out by the Louisville
man. In the sixth O'Brien received severe
punishment and was all but out when the
bell sounded. Because Hart failed to wel-'h
In at 170 pounds O'Brien received Hart's
weight forfeit of 1260.
Games In Three-I I.eagae,
At Decatur Decatur, 4; Joltet, 1.
At Bloomington Bloomlngton, 4; Rock
At Davenport Davenport. 7; Dubuque. 1.
At Rockford Rockford, 7; Cedar Rapids,
Collegre Base Ball.
At Chicago University of Illinois. 29;
Northwestern university, 1. The game was
called at the end of the sixth inning on ac
count of darkness.
The Beat Care for Colds
Is Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. Sure, pleasant, safe and guaranteed
to soon cure, or no pay. 60c, 11.00. For
sale by Kuhn A Co.
Three Saloona at Wayne.
WAYNE, Neb.. May 5. (Special Tele,
gram.) The new city council met this
morning and granted license to three sa
loons at 11,000 each. Mayor Brltton In
structed the. marshal to order all slot ma
chines tskea out and they were removed at
THE REALTY MARKET.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Tuerday
South Omaha Land companv to w
W. Clark, lot 6, block Wl, South
Otto Bell and wife to A. E. Olander
lot 8, block 1, Shull's let add ' 2 20)
Louis Dahl snd wife to P E. Peter
son, lot 14. block 6, Van Camp's add 86)
W. J. Kauger and wife to S. Kiins
and wife. Tot 18, block 8. Arbor 1'lare 40)
M. W. Krueger to W. W. Mcllvalne,
e 60 feet of w 81 feet of n 120 feet of
a 160 feet lot 4. block 6, Park Place.. 1
Pioneer Townslte company to C. H.
Hall, lot 8. block 10. Bennington 10)
F. W. Carmlchael and wife to Caro
line C. Johnson, 'lot 8, block 111,
R. 8. Horton and wife to same, lot 18,
block HI. asms frx)
Mary C. Morton et al to J. V. Bover,
lots 11 and J4. block 28. West Bide
Frank Thompson, executor, et al to
O. J. Wolff, lot 8, block t. Union
Place ...... 15)
Total ntul Of Uauslars ...,,... RS7J
A SEAL SACQUE WORTH G350 FOR NOTHING
A BEAVER SACQUE WORTH GI50 FOR NOTHING
These will be presented to ladv customers of Wool Suits. Ktamlnes, Mistrals, Cheviots. Broadcloths. Perses, X'ri'e,
ans and every grade of Wool Suits In our mammoth second floor stocks. These Suite will be sold at less than ea-iiT i
and the gift carnival Is In connection with the sale of thene Suits. No lottery, no scheme. Full particulars in Cl"k
Denartment second floor
DISTRIBUTION OF GIFTS ON JI
THE NEW SILK DEPT. The Talk of Omaha
A PJ3ammoth Sale
200 pieces 75c, $1.00 and $1.23 Silka at 5 5c a yard. Liberty Satin In
black, green and all colora. Oros do Landers In beautiful ahadea. Crinkled
Taffetas, black and colors. Striped Dresden Taffetas all th new shades.
Plain black Taffeta. Plain cream Taffeta. Plain white Taffeta.
All at, a yard, 55 Conts
23 pieces Oriental Tailetas, in black, cream and all colors a
lining taffeta that Las uo equal all one price wortli 50c,
for 32 Gents
36-inch black Moire wortli $1.00 a yard for coats, skirts
24-inch India Silks worth 75c a yard black, cream, white
and all colors 50 pieces just received for this sale. Come
to this GREATEST OF ALL GREAT SALES
at, a yard, 40 Cents
At the Dress Goods Counter
Big Sale Colored Mohairs, Rrilliantiues and Sicilians plain,
stripes, polka dots, cluster dots and pin dots in black and
white navy and white and plain colors widths 40 to 54
inch worth from 85c to $1.25 all go at one price only
per yard, 50 Cents
Big Reduction. Sale of Voiles, Etawines and Minstrals all
colors, including! blacks and creams 38 and 42 inches
wide only 50 pieces in the lot goods considered cheap
at' 85c all at one price in this sale onlv, per yard
Mid-Week Domestic Bargains
Turkish Wash Rags Wednesday only on sale in Ilarney
street entrance bargain'circle each
lionsdale Muslin the well-known brand of Lonsdale fine
bleached muslin, 30 inches wide, in lengths 2 to 10 yards -on
sale in Ilarney street entrance bargain circle, at, yd.
Fine Zephyr Ginghams a large assortment of patterns and
colors suitable for dress, waists and skirts colors guar
anteed to wash and not fade-i-12Jc quality on sale in
Ilarney street' entrance bargain circle at per yard
Draper Cloth -r-the best quality sanitary bleached draper,
loth 10 yards in a bolt worth OSc-on sale in Ilarney
street bargain circle at, a bolt ,.
Iiuek Towels 1500 dozen bleached lluck Towels all sizes
all kinds some fringed and some hemmed worth up to
20c "Wednesday, while they last, on sale in Ilarney street
bargain circle at, each
WOMEN'S DRESSES AT A SACRIFICE
We must reduce our immense stock of women's tailored suits. Do you want a
spring suit? If you do, come and make a selection from our stock We will make a price
that will astonish you, and perhaps you may get the first or second gift we are going to
make to the ladies who purchase .suits of us during the next' GO days. Just think .of it.
You might get an Alaska ,seal coat worth $350 or an Alaska
all about them in the cloak department. . '
If you want a dainty waist' in fine lawn, India linen or the domasi cloth,or . enibroirdered
Irish linen, we can supply you. Onr stock is very complete. For Wednesday we are
making a special sale of some very attractive flft
numbers at ............ a..., I itO
Rain or sun, sized for women, the best value ever offered prices:
$1.50, $1.25, 98c, 75c and 50c.
Need a Galling
JEALOUS LOVER SHOOTS SOME
Widow Jones ol Oaceola Mad a Tar
et Of or Man Who
OSCEOLA. Neb.. Msy I. (Special.)
Steve Corbett, sn smorous swain, under
took to hasten Mrs. Minnie Jones In making
up her mlud to marry htm. using a small
22-callber revolver during the process.
O&e shot struck Mrs. Jones In the
neck and another In the forearm, both
wounds being painful, but neither danger
ous. Mrs. Jones has been staying at the Cor
bett home for some time, and Corbett had
been assiduous In .his attentions. Yes
terday he demanded that she marry him
forthwith, and while she was writing a
note to her mother he drew a revolver and
began firing. After tha .hooting Corbett
fled and the sheriff Is in pursuit. Mrs.
Jones formerly lived In South Omaha. Her
parents live near here.
K. OF P. CARNIVAL COMMENCES
Urge Crowd Attends First Day of
Entertainment Given at
HASTINGS. Neb.. May 5 (Special Tele
gram.) The Knights of Pythias esrnlvsl
and May festival was officially opened here
tonight by a big parade. heade by Hast
ings division No. 4, Vniform 'rank, Knights
of Pythias, followed by Captain Collins'
A delicious Cereal 'Coffee made of choice California fift
tod prunes and grain abaolutely free from artificial matter,
,SOLX BY ALL GROCEKS,
THESE BACOUEH WILL BB
6 1 XT Y DAYS TILL JULY 6TH.
Card? 100 in Pretty Case for 49c
Carnival company. One of the features of
the pafads was a magnificent display ot
fireworks. The carnival takes la a com
plete square and Is crowded with a splendid
line of special features. The festival will
continue all week and hundreds of visitors
from surrounding towns have already gath
ered here to remain throughout the entire
Chamberlain's etomarh and Mver
Tablets Are Jost What Yon Heed
When you feel dull after eating.
When you have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste In your mouth.
. When your liver Is torpid.
Wben your bowels are constipated.
When you have a headache.
When you feel bilious.
They will Improve your appetite, clesnsa
and invigorate your stomach and regulate
your liver and bowela. Prlco 25 cents per
Relieves the Dronth.
DAKOTA CITT, Neb., May 6. (Special.)
After a four days' drouth liquor Is once
more on sale In Dakota City, tha village
board meeting In special session last even
ing and granting a liquor license to Henry
Kromwlede, he being the only applicant
on hand with a bond and $1,200 In money.
L. A. Coats, who also conducted a saloon
here the past year, failed to be present at
the board meeting, so Instead of having two
saloons at.S600 each the town now has only
one at $1,200. The license money has been
apportioned, $800 to the school fund and
$400 to the village fund.
MADB UP TO THE ORDER OF THE
An elegant array of
glassware of all 'iescrip
tions vases, creamery
berry -bowl?, rose-bowl,
cako stands, etc., etc.
These are arranged in
Assortment No. I.
Your choice fit
Wednesday, each . . . . lUli
Assortment No. 2.
Assortment No. 3.
Your Sight Satl:
10-year gold filled glasses,
best periscopal I EH
lenses, only iUU
Finest Almnnico, warrant
ed not to discolor, best
periscopal I OR
lenses, only I & l
Nickle- plated Steel, all
kinds, good quality tn
lenses, only llllu
Rubber frame eye O C f
glasses, for . . . . . . . . a 5J u
Best rimless eye '"glasses,
10-year gold filled mount
ings, very pretty and very
high grade, 50
Jewelry Dep'. Ma n F oor.
beaver coat worth $10. Ask h
New Principle of Remsvlnz ' !
Superfluous . Hair
The Only Method Endorsed by
Physicians, Surgeons, Derma
tologists and Dedlcal
Heretofore thta nmaraable trraratlAn sia
teen r.Sered to Ihe meOi.al Iraterultr eaclii
alrelr and dlaruaard In inedlral t.utilirat lona
which waa sol aoeaalhle lo the . rtrral pub
lic. Now, however, wo wlah all lo know more
about It; neura our reaaon (or prearnllna Le
Miracle through the lax preaa.
.. T,,d. on ol II. Tour money
ba. a If It (alia lo do all that la alalmeri lor u
Send tor KKKB Booklet and endowment,
laaaled) to tie MIRACLB CHKMICAL Iti Ikil
lark avenue. New York. N. y.
KOR SaUE By
SCHAEFER'5 DRUQ STORE,
16th and Chicago Pts.
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H. L. RIU1CCI0TTI, D. Y. S.
CUT I VBTBRINAiUJLN.
Office and tnQrRSjtRIMicl Mason Bta,
Omaha. Neb. Telsohons 6ia.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
et Asrleellaral Weekly.
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