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TTTK OMAnA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, 'MAY 10, 11)03.
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Tho Llfo Giving Compound That Wives
and Mothers Moot Need In May.
Pain' Celery Compound does a won
drous work for atck and half dead woman
In Mar. Th condition of winter have
been detrimental to th health of women
and girl everywhere; ther hare 'declined
In nervous vigor, the blood Is reeking with
Impurities, tho excretory organs do not
perform their work and tho dlgeatlvo ma
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ANGELS .TARE THIRD GAME1
Triok Turned is Jait the 8tm Manser u
th Tw Bofor it Were.
HIT THE BALL WHEN KITS ARE NEEDED
Some Extra One Thrown ! for Good
Measare, While Omaha Boys
Jam Hole tat tho
Milwaukee mad It three out of thro
yeatarday by taking the last game of the
series from Omaha by a score of to L It
was a clear case of Omaha being Just a lit
tle the poorer In aU departments of the
of tho time.
cPherson pitched a superb game for
Milwaukee, letting the Rourkeites down
with but three hit. If It had not been
for his fatal propensity, of hitting tho bat
ter Omaha would not have made Its soli
tary V score. Shafstal was apparently
easy for tho Angels to solve and they hit
him freely when hits meant runs. His sup
port was not very fast at any stage of tbs
Milwaukee made Its Brat score In the
second. Thornton, th Juicy man, knocked
the- ball out Into right and Carter made a
good run for It but failed to hold It when1
he did get It Meanwhile Thornton etretched
on to second and scored on a single of
Oatins'. Then Oatlns got pinched for try
ing to steal second and Miller finished the,
inning by fanning.
In the fifth they drew another score on
a single of Duffy's, an error of Wright's, a
passed ball and another hit by Oatlns. In
th seventh they got busy and began doing
things In a way that made .the women in
the grandstand weep. 'Duffy singled and
went to second on Oatlns' sacrifice and
stole, third, , Miller -got busy and knocked
him In and then Lucia went out Bchafstal
was worried and handed O'Neill a base and
MeVlcker returned th compliment by
pounding th ball for a couple of bags and
two scores. " v.
Meanwhile Omaha was dubbing along and
taking an ogg each .innings. But it was tho
lucky seventh and something must be don.
Bo It was did. Oenln knocked a pretty fly
, into Miller' hands and Preston got ready.
A nice, easy floater cama along and he
stepped Into it much to th regret of Luola
and got to first' Wright was next and
.fanned with great unction. Dolan smiled
and hit the ball a mil and got a base, and
then Stewart hit it another mil and Pres
ton floated over th plat. Things were
propitious with the first two hits of the
game coming In together, but Patterson
couldn't follow suit and it was all over,
for the Rourkeites never had a look-In aft
erward. Today they will lay up against Peoria and
try and do some things in the old-fash-toned
wsy and try to hit the ball Just Ilk
mother Qsed to strike.
, . MILWAUKEE.
AB. R. IB. PQ. A. E.
IB. PO. JL
. I MeVlcker, If.
Miller, 2b 4
Lucia, e 4
McPherson, p 4
11 27 13
AB. R. 1B..PO. A.
Carter, rf....,, 1 0 0 0 0
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,0 0 0 0
0 0 1
Milwaukee, 1. Two-base
Hacrtnre . nil: uauns.
Stolen basee: O'Neill, Duffy. Gat In. First
base on balls: Off Bchafstal, 8; off Mc
pherson, 1. Btruck out: By Bchafstal, 5;
by McPherson, 4. Hit by pitched ball: By
McPherson 4. Paused ball: Thomas. Um
pire: Brennan. Time: 1:10.
Peoria Has It ' Easy. ,
DE8 MOINES, May 15 The locals could
not find Hart when hits were needed to
day. Attendance, 1,000. Score: -
R. H. E.
Tnrl, AftftnOzSO 06 4 1
Des Moines.. 10000000 0-1 S 1
Batteries: Peoria, Hart and Wilson: Des
Moines, Berry and Fohl. umpire: Mesmer.
Kansas City Again Beatel.
roLORADO SPRINGS. May 18. The lo-
cala took their fourth straight game from
Kansas City today. McNeeley, who had
pitched a magnificent game, was put on the
bench In the eighth for throwing his bat
at Hess. Score:
Colo. Springs.. 10000001 4 110
Kansas City... 100000002-446
Batteries: Colorado Springs, McNeeley,
June and Dor an; Kansas City, Hess and
Messitt. . .
Denver Takes Ragged One.
DENVER, May IB. Today's gam was a
ragged on on botn side, ucore:
R. H. E
wX mmAAAAraiA C C
at jo-ph.: o 001010110-4 i
Batteries: Denver, Eyler and Schlel; St.
Joseph, Howen, China, Glad and McGoi
Standing of th Team.
Played. Won. Lost
Colorado springs 15
Milwaukee ,, 13
Peoria at Omaha. Milwau
kee at Des Moines, St Joseph at Colorado
springs, is. ansa vity at uenver.
DISTILLERS COME SATURDAY
Peoria Players Ar ;Hxf ; on tho Cist
. for Ronrkeltes to
Saturday the Rourkeites will m xni.
for the first time this season. The riatiii
ar Just a few notches higher up the league
mmn row man j- a poye ana witn three
straight from there th Rourkeites e.n
crawl up a notch or two. Game called at
.o. jo, uae up is:
..... Shortstop ...
...... Catcher ....
...... Pitcher ....
...... Pitcher ....
rpnii . ortlToil nil I riAiiF-
rwnitl tv-IIinMl. DMLL. LCAUUtt
Is Town to Ho Repreaeated, All bnt
Ok Which Ha Been
looted. , .
HASTINOS.Neh.. Ma v 1K.lMrelal Th.
Central Nebraska Base Ball league, com-
iriaiug in, following citlea, Mccook, Hoi-
orege. Mlnden. Red Cloud, nunsrinp mnA
either Hastings or Falrbury, was organised
at a mrcuni or Daae oail men hure laat
night. Th board decided to give this city
the first ODDortunitv to Inln tha ln.
auallfylng the invitation, however, by the
emand that It avail Itself of - the offer
within one week.. Falling to do this Fair
bury will be taken In. There Is not much
doubt that Heatings will 1nln fh l. r,,
and a meeting to perfect plana to that end
na oeen caiiea ror next Monday night at
th office of XJ. 8. Rohcr, In th Lincoln
At last night a meeting th follawlna- offi
cers were elected: President Mr. Herman
of Holdrege; vice president 8. M. Marsh of
neo noun; secretary, ur. McKlrahan of
Mlnden: treasurer. A. C. Felt of Huiwinr
It was decided that an entrance fee of $30
win ne cnari rarn team, sou or tne total
amount will go to the winner of th nn.
nant It Is thought by lover of the game
that this organisation will give a new Im
petus to the national game In this section
of Nebraska, and strenuous efforts will be
put ionn to uring aooui sucn a condition.
Xehraska Loses Another On.
ST. MRTS. Kan.. May 15.-(8neclal Tele
gram.) Nebraska lost its third straight
game loaay to waanuurn, i lot. The Corn
nuskers' score were mad at easv stages.
but failure to nit at the right time cost
them the gam. - Washburn got th lead In
the sixth through two errors and a- two
bagger, which scored three men. Shlmer
Is out of the game with a splintered arm
secured in th Washington gam. Score:
Washburn 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 4 1
Nebraska 1 41400010-344
Struck out: By Gore, 5: by Coldren. 3.
Batteries: Washburn. Coldren and Mehle;
vwaana, uori iDlt ituwd.
Drake Wla from Amea.
AMES. Ia., May 18. 8pcial Telegram.)
In a cloae dual meet Drake won from Am,,
in in last two events, score:
Drake, nrata, ; second,, 8: thirds, 8;
total, til. Ames, firsts, 1: seconds. 4: third.
3; total. 53. Williams ef Ames broke th
tat record for hammer throw, making l
feet. Chapman of Drake vaulted n f.
easily. Ames waa atrongest in short
sprints, long run, and weights. Drake was
strongest In Jumps, hurdles, vault, middle
Create Shnte Ont Bedford.
CRESTON. Is., Msy 15. (Special Tele
gram. About 30 people today wltneased
one of the best games of ball ever played
here, between Bedford and Creston. The
score ream lea In a victory for Creston, 3
to u. t nis is tne nrat time red ford, which
has been the champion smateur team In
southern Iowa, haa been shut out for eight
year. Th batteries were; Creston. Ward
and Corbet t; Bedford. Reynolds and Ever-
nart. empire, uoiaen.
t Game la Three I
At Bloomlngton Bloomlngton.
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids,
At Jollet Joliet. 1: Rock Island. 4.
At Lavenport Davenport, 5; Rockford. 1
Cell Baa Ball.
At Orlnnell, la. Iowa Blat college, S;
At Champaign, HI. Illinois. 11; Wlacon-
ICillCACO SEARING TIIE TOP
Onlr Taw Point Behind Leunan In
uniy iiw roinu uenino. u4rs in
National LeafTia BaXO.
aAAa vai. , . Va a a I
BROOKLYN'S PITCHER DONATES A GAME I
Cincinnati Baarhea Hlta and Take,
the ' Let Game of the ' Series
from the Glaata and
fletpa Even I p.
BROOKLYN. May 15-Garvtn wild
work In the box coat Brooklyn the game to
day; In the third and fourth Innings Gar
vin gave seven bases on balls, hit one bats
man and made a wild pitch, which gav
Chicago Ave runs. Evan relieved him In
the fifth and did fairly well. Attendance,
4 I I
Blagle. If. .
M cOawl I,, If 1
Pahlen, aa... 1
Aheara, .... 1
Tnlelman, cf 0
Erana, p.... 4
"Jackl-ch .. 1
t UK II 1
Total ... 4 IT 14 I
Batted for Oarvln In fourth Inning.
"Batted for Kvans In ninth Inning.
Chicago 0 0820020 0-7
Brooklyn 0 2 l o o o 14
Earned runa: Chicago. 3: Brooklyn,
Two-base hits: Tinker, Evers, Strang,
Dahlen. Three-base hits: Tinker, Jack-
lltsch. Stolen bases: Chance (S, Jones,
Tinker. Ahearn. Double plays: Flood to
l)ah en. Evera to Chance. Bacrinc nils:
Harley. Blagle. Evers, Doyle. Flood. First
base on bulla: Off Oarvln, 7: off Evans,
1; off Taylor, S. First on error: Chicago,
1. Struck out: By Uarvin. z ny n,vans,
by Taylor, 1. Left on bases: Brooklyn, i;
Chicago. 9. Wild pitch: Oarvln. Time:
2:11. Umpire: Emslie.
Philadelphia Loses Another.
PHILADELPHIA. May 15. Pittsburg hit
McLntiarhlln hard today and easily won the
last same of the series from Philadelphia.
Both teams put up a poor game. In the
seventh inning Merrltt ran the baaes for
leever and scored a run. Attendance, J,.
R.U.O.A.E I R.H.O.A.E
Branmont. cf 1 1 I O Thomaa. cf.. 114 4 1
Clark. If t t f 0 Barry, If 1 I
ftrhrlna. rf.. 1 I I 0 Dmialaaa. lb. 1 1 1
Wagnar, aa . 1 4 4 1 Kclatar, rf... 1 1111
Brmn.lUM. lb 1 1 4 1 1 Hraahaar, tb. 0 I I 1
LHch. lo 1 l o o i mailman. io. v i a 4
Rltcbar. 2b.. till 1 1 Hull wltt. aa. 4 1 I I
Smith.-e 1 lit OiDooln. e 4 t 41 0
LeaTar. p.... 110 1 0 Zltumor, e... 0 114 0
McLatif'D. p. 1 I 0
Totala ...11 II IT 10 I
I Total! ... t IT 11 T
Plttshura- K ft 0 0 1 1 6 0 012
Philadelphia o o l o o o o u -i i
Earned runs: Pittsburg, 2: Philadelphia.
1. Two-base hits: Clarke. Rltchey. Smith.
Btolen bases: Clarke. Wagner. Double
plays: Bransfleld to Wagner to BransAeld,
Wasner to Brananeld. Heurina to urans-
neia. iert on pases: nusDurg, iu: rim-
edeirh!a. 7. FIret base on b!!s: Off Mo-
. X. 11111111, , V L I . V,, , A, .11. J J ,1.1.1'
ball: By McLaughlin, 1. Btruck out: By
leever, 1. lime; l.Di. umpire: jonn-
Boston Has at Cinch.
BOSTON, May 15. Boston found Hackett
I inmm ' Vt....
1S7o- Sr,.- -----
R. H O A.B.I
R.H O A g.
Dmur. aa... lilt 1 Brain.
lb.... 1 1 3 1
Toaaar, lb.. 2
Ab'chlo, lb.. 1
Coolar, If-.. 3
Camay, rf... 1
I 0' Donovan, rf .
4 v Burke, lb....
rarrall, . ef .
Oram' far, lb. 4
1 Nlchoi,. lb..
Stanley, CI... S
Williams, aa. 4
I Weaw, a...
Hackett, p.., 4
Moran, , 1
Malarkejr. p. 1
Totals ... 4 14 It
ToUl, ...10 I IT 14 ll
Boston 4 t 0 I I 0 0 0 -10
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-
Earned run: Boston.' 1. Two-baa hlti
n . .1..,, i .i i . kiw.tji. wnww. , u
Dexter and Tennev: MarlarkV. Moran and
Tenney. First base, on balls) Off Malarkey,
2; off Hackett, 4. Hit by pitched ball:
xaoran. lime: i.oa. umpire; moran.
Cincinnati Take th Robber.
three out of lour from Mew York todov.
Twice New York had men on bases and
hard liners were stopped by fielders in
time to double up men. Suthoff 'was not
hard hit until the final Inning, when the
locals made a desperate rally, McGann and
Mertes bringing In two runs with two trip
les. Alienuanua, i.loo. ocarv: .
CINCINNATI. NBW YORK.
. R.H.O.A.E. I R.H.O.A.E.
Kalltr, If.... 1110 Brown, rf... I
Sarmour. . ef. 1 1 4 1 Broanah'n, of 1 I I 4
Doalin, rf... 0 114 0 McGann, tb.. 114 14
Bocklar. lb. . 1 0 14 0 Martea, If.... 0 114 4
Stalnfaldt. lb 4 4 1 3 4 Dunn, a..... 0 0 114
Corooran, M. 4 1 1 4 0 Laudar, tb... 4 114 4
Magoon, lb.it 111 Gilbert, lb... 0 4 4 4 4
Baracn, .... 0 0 11 0 Warnar, .... 1 I 1 ,1
Sulboff, p.... 114 11 McOlnnltr, P 4 1 4 I
,McOraw 4 4 4
ToUl, ... s n i 1
Total, ... 4 It XI t t
I naitea ior jvicviinnny in nintn.
ClnclnnaU - 0 0002001 2-
Mew xorg i u u o l o o o 14
Earned runs: New Tork, 3. First base on
errors: Cincinnati, l. Jft on bases: New
York, 10; Cincinnati, . First base on
balls: Off McGlnnity, 6; off Suthoff, 8.
Btruck out: By McGlnnity, 3. Three-base
hits: McGann, Mertes. Two-base hits:
Bresnahan, Mertes. Donlln. Sacrifice hits:
Gilbert, Kelley, Seymour, Btelnfeldt Double
plays: Corcoran to Beckley; Ma goon to
Beckley. Umpire: O'Day. Time: 1:55.
Standing ef th Team.
Played. Won. Loat
New Tork ...
St. Louis ....
Oamea today: Pittsburg at New york.
Chicago at Boston, Cincinnati at Brooklyn,
Bt. Louis at Philadelphia.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Whit Sox Take Another, Keening
Washington's Hits Few and
CHICAGO, May 15. The locals batting
was 1 to 1 against tne visiting pitcners.
Dunkle holding his opponents down to six
hits, no two of which came In the same
Inning. Attenaance, i.ouu. ocorsi
CHICAOO. I WASH1NOTON.
R H O A E I H. H.O. A S
Hallmaa. If. 1 I I 4 4 Rob! nana, a t 1 I 1
Jonea, cf. ... 4
0 saioacn, it. . i
Holnxa, rf.. 1
1 Rran, cf
4 Carey, lb.... 4
4 Couihlla. lb 4
I Mania, tb... 1
1 Drill. 4
4 Ttmaaand, p. 4
Green, rf..-. 4
Callahan, lb 1
Ubell, lb.... 1
ualy. ID ,
Tannehlll. aa 1
Sullivan, a.. 1
Dunkle, p... 4
1 11 IT 11 I,
I' ToUl, ... 4 4 14 14 I
Chicago . 1 I 0 0 0 1 -7
Washington ..; -i e u i i u I
Left on baaes: Lhicago. 8; Washington
6. Two-haaa hlta: Mailman. 2: Daly. Tan
nehlll. Three-baae nit: Martin. Bacrince
bits: Jonea. Tannehlll. Ualy, Townaend
Holmen. Btolen Dasea: nooinson. tseibach.
Double play: Robinson to Martin to Carey.
Btruck out: By Dunkle, 4; by Townaend,
1; by Lee, 1. rtase on dbiis: urr uunkie,
4: off Lee, 1. Hit ty pitcned ball: Green.
Time: 1.40. Umpires: Haasett and Car
St. Louis Bites Dust.
rt T.niTIS. Mav 15. Waddell pitched for
Philadelphia today and held St. Lout, aafe
after hla team had Its batting streak In the
fourth Inning. Waddell struck out thirteen
men and gave cm two iree passe, a lea
ture was Burkett's home run drive In th
first Inning. Attendant, 1,400. Score
H.ll 0 A t
Hoffman. If. 4
Plckerlnf. af 4
4 4 Burkett, If ... I
t 1 H.ldrlrk, cf. I
4 Wallace, aa.. 4
4 Andereos. Ik 4
4 kct'M'l, lb. 4
4 4 f r.ll. lb.... I
Datia. b ... I
L. rroas. lb. 4
Seyeold, rf.. 4
Mursar, b.. I
M Croee, a. 4
hreck. , 1
Waddell, .. 4
1 4 Hemeklll. rf. 4
3 1 Kahue, 4
4 4 il.Y.r. p ,
- u,dee .... 4
4 11 Tf 4 2 "Hu.lieS ... t
4 4 4 4
Totala ... mil
Ratted for Frtel In seventh Inning.
Batted for Slevers in ninth Inning.
Philadelphia 0 0 4 2 0 1 1 0
St. Louis 1 0400001 03
Earned runs: Philadelphia. 1: St. Louts,
1. Two-oas nit: nnrecx. rnree-baa hit;
Murphv. Horn run: Burkett: Saerlfic
hit: Waddell. Double play: Shreck to
Murphy- Base on twiia: iirr Elever. 1;
eft WaddelUL Strack outi by Savers, t:
by Waddell, U. Left on base; au Louis.
T; Philadelphia. T. Stolen baton: Furkett.
Wallace, Andfrton, 2. Time: 1:82. vmplre:
Detroit Haa LlttU 1 a pa re.
I DETROIT, May Is. In a batting matins
u,. won .y. rhv lined out five
trlpl and two borne run and had Httle to
I . I mi 11 ,. imiih-( i, as iiiiPjuuBinii
mad. lonf hits of mny fifes. Pmlth 1. out
iur wirr-j UMTS nr wmiiRiinf WIUl 1 rifj U III-
plra yesterday. Attendance 4.. Score:
R.H.O.A E f H O A X.
Barrett, cf... I
neaghertr. Ji I 1 I I I
I Collin, Ik... t 1
0 O'Brien, cf.. I
Crawford, If. 1
Xlherfeld. m. 1
1 fwnu, rt. 1
WPerent. n. .. I
Y eager, lb..
bechance, lk 1
I ll IT 11 1
4 14 14 11 t
Oleason batted for Smith.
Btahl batted, for Hughes.
Detroit I 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 4
Boston 1 01100010-4
Earned runs: Detroit, t: Boston. 1. Two-
baae hits: Yeagor, Parent. - Three-baa
hita: Carr, Elberfeld, Oessler,' Lush, Btie
low, Ferris. Home rufte: Crawford, Bar
rett. Sacrifice hit: Kit son. Btolen base:
Dougherty. Bases on balls: Off Kltson, 2;
off Hughes, 1. First baae on err or a: Bos
ton. Left on baaes: Detroit, t; Boston, 4.
Btruck out: By Kltson, 4; by Hughes, s.
Passed ball: Smith. Time: 2.00. Umpire:
Banche Hits Uo Trie at.
CLEVELAND. My 18. Cleveland
bunched hlta In three inninss today and
beat New York In the opening game of th
aeries. wrlLht pltcnea, a . strong game,
Attendance, 2,870. Scose:
CLSVKLAND. ' i . KCW YORK.
R H.O A t I R H O A X.
Bar. cf 1 4 I nHa. If tilt
McCartbr, If. 1
lift Kealar. rf... 1 1
Kllrk. rf.... 1
lit Cenmr. lb... 4 1
Hlrkmaa, lb 1
Bralr. lb.. 1
110 1 Willi. m. 11,1 1 I I I
114 IIKnuL lb... 1 1 It 4 4
Cllngman, lb 4
Gochn',r, as. 4
4 11 Mr Karl, cf. 1 1 4
111 Lcn a, I 1 I 1
0IS O' Connor, e.. 4 4 4 4
Btmla, e 0
Wrlgbt, p... 1
14 3 OiTaLnthlll, p. 1 4 4 I
Total, ...I T 17 10 l ' Total, ... I 114 11 I
Cleveland 0 tlllMIM
New York M..0.0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0-3
Earned runs: Cleveland. 3: New York. 1
Two-oas hits: McCarthy, Hickman, Gan
sel, Long. Three-base hits: Wright, Mc
Farland: Sacrifice hfta: Cllngman. Davis.
Btolen base: Conroy. Bases on balls: By
Wright 2; by Tannehlll, 2. Left on
bases: Cleveland. 3: Jew York. 5. Btruck
out: By Wrisht. i: by Tannehlll. 3. Time:
1:35. Umpire: Connolly.
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost
Bt. Louis .....
Games today: - Washington at Chicago;
Philadelphia at St. Louis: New York at
Cleveland; Boston at Detroit
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Kansas City Plaeea Hits Nicely
. Comes Oat Ahead of Mil
KANSAS CITY; May 15-Kansas City
wss fortunate In placing hits and Gibson
was steady at critical times. Attendance,
K;";::! ? S i 3
Phyla. I I 1 1
ponahue, lb. s
nanlMTv, rf. s
Nance, Sb.... 1 II I o
oradr. , o , , o
BotbfuM. rf. 1 1 1 4 0
Knoll. If 4,410
Lmw. as.... 4 0 I 1 1
McA'd'wa, tb 4 1 1 I II
Shaar. lb.. 4
Vntlaub, lb. 1
Oloaon, p.... 110 10,
Total, ... 3 I IT 11 1
1 14 II I
0 0 0 0-1
Ksnsaa City .0 A 1 0 0
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hits: '' McAndrews,
Home run: Nance. Bacrince
Btolen base: Knoll, Bases on balls: Off
Gibson, 2. Struck out: By Gibson, 7; by
Hale, 4. Hit by pitched ball: By Gibson, 1.
Left on bases: Kansas City1, 6: Milwaukee.
10. Time: 1:45. Umpire: Mullane.
Minneapolis Bownod Again.
ST. PAUL, May lo.-2ThMoeal team today
I played more nearly up to form and defeated
Minneapolis with eae Beth St. Vraln and
Thomas were hit hard, while Stewart kept
the hits scattered. Attendance, The
. R. H.O. AC
R H.O A C.
Shannon, cf. 1 1 4 0 0
Lallr. If..;.. 4
Mct'reerr, xf. 1
Yragr, .... 4
Mclntyr,, lb. 4
Orltr, aa ... 0
Martin, lb... 4
Vaabinder, lb 4
St. Vraln. p. 4
Tbomaa, p... 1
Jackaon. rf.. 1 1 1 4 4
Oalar. If 4 1.4
Marcan. a,.. I 1 o o
Whaalar, lb. 1110 0
HuMina, lb. 1 1 ,
Kcll.y, lb... 1 3 I 4 0
Sulllraa. .. 1 1 4 0 0
Btawart. p... 0 4 4 1 4
.10 14 IT t 0
I 1111 It 4
Wheeler out; hit by batted ball.
Bt. Paul 10222800 -10
Minneapolis OOOOOllOO 2
Earned runs: Bt. Psul, 3; Minneapolis, 1.
Two-base hits: Shannon, Kelley Oyler,
Thomaa. Stolen bases: Grier, Kelley, Sul
livan. Double plays: Marcan to Hugglns
to Kelley, Oyler to Vasblnder to Yeager,
Marcan to Hugglns to Kelley. Flrat base
on balls: - Off St. Vraln, 3; off Thomas, 2;
off Stewart, 3. Btruck out: By Thomas, 1;
by Btewari, . on Danes: oi. raui, r,
Minneapolis, lo. Time: i:. umpires:
Cunningham and Moran.
Colnmhns Oct One.
ttttrviU.R. ' Mav ' . Columbus de
feated Loulavlll today in an Interesting
game. Bailey out pitched Bohannon. At
tendance, 660. Score: .
COLUMBUS. r .LOU1SVILB.
Bannon, If... 1
Brldwell, lb. 4
4 Kerwla. rf... 1
4 Walker, If... 1
I Sulllraa, lb. 4
eVhrteier. . 4
Srhaub, lb.. 4
4 0dwell. cf... 1
4 V'loi, St
a Cauda, lb... 4
4 Bohannoa, p. 4
i t n i i
I ' ToUl, ... 1 4 14 11 I
Batted for Bohannon In the ninth.
Columbus 0 000pi40--
Loulavlll iuvvv w e
Earned runs: Loulsvlll, 1; Columbu. I.
Two-baa hits: Wslker, Bailey. Three
baae hit: Kerwln. Horn run: Odwell.
Sacrifice hit: Thoney. houdu Piays; oui
llvan (unassisted), Vlox to Bulflvan. Left
on baals: Loulavlll. ; Columbua. 4. first
baa on errors: Louisville, 3; Columbus. 1.
Base on balls: on nonannon. . nirui a.
out: By Bailey. 1. nil Dy Pitcnea dsii:
Sullivan. Vlox. Time: i:ou. umpire:
Chrlstall Do Trick foe Toledo.
INDIANAPOLIS, May 15. Toledo won
today, Chrietall doing the work with a
pair of triplets after relieving Flournoy.
who wa 111. Relating kept the hlu well
TOLEDO. 1 'T ' INDIAN APOUB.
R.H.O.A.E. - R.H.O.A.E.
Smith, rf. ... 4 4 1 1 4 wogriaw. rt 4 I
Beraar4, cf.. 1
A it iter. sa... 1
, g rot, jo
l J Jones. If .... t
Fleurnor, . If. S
t 4 Klhm. lb.
rhrlelaU, If. 1
4 Coulter, of..
1 O O'Brtea, aa..
1 4 Herdoa. ...
1 4 Tt. p
3 li'Woodrug ..
Coanera. lb.. 4
Relailng, p.. 4
ToUl, ... I 4 It I Total ... I III U
Woodruff batted for Ford in ninth.
Toledo ....0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 03
Indianapolis 0 1 0 u 0 0 1 0 s 3
Earned runs: Toledo, 1; Indianapolis, 1.
Bases on halls' Off Ford, 7; off RHsllng. 3.
Struck out: By Ford, a; ny Ketsnng. .
Two-base hit: Tamsett. -inree-naae hit:
Klhm. Chrtatall 2i Eoubl play: Klhm
(unaaalsledl. O'Brien to Klhm. Btolen
baae: Bernard, pasaed ball: Heydon. Ieft
on bases: Toledo. 7; Indianapolis, 7. Time:
1:57. Umpire; Klllen.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P C
Milwaukee . 30 18 . 7 .6M
Indianapolla U S .612
17 10 T .S
jo ir .k
n it in
n 10 u .?
12 I 14 .4
19 4 IS .211
Oamea today: Milwaukee at Kansas City.
Minneapolis at St. Paul. Toledo at Indian
apolis, Columbus st Louisville.
CHANGES IN HARVARD'S SHELL
Jew Arrangement In th Varsity
Boat Holds Nnmbe of
CAMBRIDGE, Mass, May 1ft. Harvard's
varsity boat haa been completely changed.
Captain McOrew, who ha been rowing at
six all the season, to th surprise of every
one, haa been taken from that position and
put In at stroke, where he rowed in the
Yala rare last year, and Dillingham, who
had pulled stroke for th isst few days
and had com to be regarded almost as a
fixture there, was put In at stroke on the
second boat. McOrow'a old seat at six was
taken by Fllley, a freshman, who Is rowing
splendidly. Fllley Is th first freshman to
fill a seat In th Harvard 'varsity boat
In years,. Up to yesterdsy's change he
was rowing at two. That place was filled
by Wolcott th former candidate for
stroke, who had previously been stroking
the second boat Another shift that was
mad yesterday was th substitution of
George for Hartwell, who has been rowing
three on the 'varsity boat and the rele
gation of th latter oarsman to bow on the
second. Th orde, of th 'varsity after th
changes became a follows: Stroke, Mc
Orew; seven, Lawson; six, Fllley; five,
Duffy; four, Foster; three, George; two,
Wolcott; bow,' Swayne; coxawain, Chase.
The order of the second boat Is: Stroke,
Dillingham; seven. Haycock; six, R. Fos
ter; five, Ayer; four, Dery; three, Ober;
two, Webster; bow, Hartwell; coxswain,
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Morris Park Stewards Cancel All
Gardner's Entries nnd Snspend
NEW YORK. May 15 After the seconi
race at Morris park today the Stewards
ordered that the entries of J. Gardner anl
horse, Dr. Riddle, be refused and the li
cense of Trainer William Howell be ut
pended and th cas reported to the Jockey
First race, last six and one-half furlong
of Wlther's mile: Yardarm won, Kbl.i
Jib second, Sungold third. Time: 1:2"H.
Second race, laat seven furlongs of With
ers mile, selling: Mies Buttermilk won,
Kickshaw second, Scoffer third. Time:
Third rsce. last seven snd one-half fur
long of Withers mile, the New Rochelle
nanaicap: waswirt won, juuxcasia secona
Wild Thyme third. Time: 1:83.
Fourth race, four and one-half furlongs
of Eclipse course: Dove Cote won. Hope
ful Miss second. Vagary third. Time
Fifth race, last five furlonga of Fcl!r
course: Jim Kelly won, Luxembourg iec-
ono, uiat tnira. Time: u:c.
Sixth rsce, Eclipse course: Reliable won
Gayboy second, Utoller third. Time; 1:11V
CHICAGO, May 15. Results:
First race, five furlongs: Salto won.
Lady Free Knight second, Claremont thlru.
Time: 1:05 8-5.
Second race, six furlongs: Anna Reall
won, Irene Mao second, Marco tnira. Time
Third race, four furlongs: Determination
won, St. Paula second; Bermce in ra.
Time: 0:48 2-6.
Fourth race, one mile: Gregor K won,
Prince of Endurance second, Barah Maxim
third. Time: 1:411-6.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Annie Thomp
son won, Herodiad second, Theory third.
Sixth race, one mile and one-sixteenth:
Alee won. Dodle 8 second, Ooldaga third.
Time: 1:47 2-5.
ST. LOUIS, May 15. Results:
First rsce, five furlongs, selling: Kilo
won, - Leopard second, Imboden third.
Second race, six and one-half furlongs,
selling: Fickle Saint won,'. Macy second,
Bapolio third. Time: 1:23.
Third race, four furlongs,- pun: Lustig
won, Rhyme end Reason second, Rowland
M third. Time: 0:50. .
Fourth race, on mile and seventy yards,
handicap: Albert F. Dewey won, bambo
second. Dr. Kler third. Tims: 1:47.
Fifth race, six furlongs, purse: Htnnah
Lady won, Pettljohn aecond, J. Sidney
Wslker third. Time: 1:16 v
Sixth race, six and one-half furlongs,
selling: Style won, Kentucky Muddle sec
ond, Brown Vail third. Tim: l:3i.
LOUISVILLE. May 15. Retults:
First race, selling, five snd one-half fur
longs: Amorous won, Little Corker se
ond, Jake Greenberg third. Time: 1:10H.
Second race, four and one-half furlong-:
Sweetie won, Btnmpy second, Jennie Moore
third. Time: 0:56.
Third race, six furlongs, selling: Bridal
March won. Flora Brlcht second. Bud
Embry third. Time: 1:164.
Fourth race, seven furlong, free handi
cap: Walnamolnen won, . Bummer II sic
ond, Esherin third. Time: 1:28.
Fifth race, one mile and seventy yards,
selling: Idy of The West won, Frank
Me second, ur. nan tnird. Time: 1.47.
Sixth race, four furlongs, selling: Prince
Rupert won. Phelan second, Owaaca third.
Golfers Contest at Washington.
WASHINGTON. May 15 Play In the
first and second rounds for the Governor's
and the President's cups were the features
or tne Columbia goit tournament today.
Governors cup, second round: McCsm-
mon beat Carnegie. 1 up; Weaver beat
Dixon, 6 up and 4 to play; Brooke beat L.
L. Harban. I up and 3 to Dlav: Horatman
beat Davidson, 6 up and I to play.
r-resiaeni s cup, second rouna: Matringiv
beat Leanston. 3 up and 1 to play; W. j.
Harban beat Hall, i up and 3 to play; Hop
per peat uuveu. up ana e to Dlav: ord
beat W. T. Harban, 4 up and I to play.
Consolation cud. first round: Grau hast
Lafferty, 8 up and 3 to play; SumneV beat
jriaiawin. 4 up ana 1 to Play: Bennett beat
Caruae. 1 up; Conklyn beat Lea veil. S uo
ana l to Py.
Sharkey Rantnre Blood Vessel.
NEW YORK. May lB.-Tom Sharkev. the
pugilist was badly Injured In a wrestling
niaicn ai i-eno ahidoj, rt. J., last night
with Hanson, th Danish champion. Shar
key won the first fall and Hanson the sec
ond. Hanson got a leg ho'.d on Sharkey
and slamming him on the mat pressed both
snoumers to tne poor, enarsey was dared
when ho got up and a physician who ex
amined him said a blood vessel- In the
shoulder had been ruptured and some of
in tendons Droarn.
. Gl lrevat Raee.
OOUROCK. May 15. A continuance of the
gnle today prevented the 8hamrocks from
racing. Arrangements nave been com
pleted for docking the two yachts Monday
overhauling them and fitting them with
tneir ocean gear.
Wteeensln Athlete Beat.
CHAMPAIGN, 111.: May 15-Th Illinois-
Wisconsin dual track meet held her
today resulted In a victory for Wisconsin
university Dy m points to mi.
MYSTERY IN SHOOTING FRAY
Two People la Texas F.nd Their
Llvs In a sndden
EL PASO. Tex., May rS Oeorg, M.
Peterson and Mr. T. M. Falrchlld were
hot this morning in th Ramona house
her. Th hotel keeper, awakened by rap
ping on his door, found Peterson in th
hall, who said that h had been shot by
Mrs. Falrchlld and that eh, had Also shot
herself. Th proprietor went to call aa-
slstance and while he was gone three more
shots were fired. When he came back both
were dead. The woman was laying in a
bed In a pool Of blood. Mrs. Falrchlld's
husband Is a traveling ealr-emsn. Peterson
came here a short tlma agn. The cause of
the shooting Is unknown. The evidence In
dicates thut Peterson 0M the shooting. Ills
father is a wealthy commission merchant
at Amherst, Wis. Mrs, Fnlrchllil was reg
istered from IH-nver.
AMHERST, Wis., Mny 15 -Oeorge M.
Patterson, who flRurrs In the El Taso, Tex.,
dispatches today, was a single man 23
years old. He left hero about three years
ago, going to Milwaukee, where he was
employed in the freight department of
the Wisconsin Central railway. Pnttersnh
left Milwaukee last fall for Denver, from
which place he left for Texas. Nothing Is
known here of Mrs. Falrchlld. '
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1. I u t a.n. J
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MAIll close on hour earlier
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I'ost in r I Is for Germany clue at 6 p. m.
Monday and Wednesday.
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mentary Mails for Europe and Central
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direct, per s. s. Anchona (mail must be
directed "per s. s. Anchorla").
PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-Thls steamer
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the piers of the Amerlcsn, English.
French and German steamers, snd remain
open until within Ten Minutes of the hour
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Malls for Sooth and Central America;
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and VENEZUELA, per s. s. Philadelphia
(mall for Savanllla nnd Cnrtagr-n must
be directed "per s. s. Philadelphia"); at
130 a. m, (supplmentarv 1:30 a. in. for
FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA. 8AV
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at this office dally, except Sunday at
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Wednesday and Saturday.)
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steamer, closes at tnis place at o:.to p. m.
everv Tuf-sday and Thursday.
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Inclusive, for-despatch per . a. Nippon
1 n ru. -
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to May ?3d, Inclusive, for, despatch por
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to connect with this despatch, extra malls
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p. m.; Sunday at 4:30 a. m.. 8 a. m. And
4:30 p. m. will be mad un and forwarded
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Postofflce. New Tork.. N. T.. April 17. WW,
PROPOSALS FOR FOUR BUILDINGS
and Water and Sewer Systems. De
partment of the Interior, Oiflce of Indian
Affairs, Washington, D. C. April 21. 1DU3.
Sealed propukals, endorsed "Propoaals
for improvements, Chamberlain, Bouth
Dakota, and addresaed to ihe Commis
sioner of Indian Affairs. Washington, D.
;. will be received at the Indian OfDc
until 2 o'clock p. m Thursday, May 21,
IhuI, for furnishing the necessary labor
nd material, required to construct and
complete at the Chamberlain School,
South Dakota, one dormitory, on school
house, one addition to dormitory, all of
brick, with plumbing, acetylene gas pip
ing and uten, heat, for extension of
water and sewer systems, snd one gas
kin. ,.-,!.., u I f It nliimnlti mA 1 . .. .
1 n strict sccordance with th plan and
speclnuatlons and instructions to bidders.
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the Pioneer Press, St. Psul, Minn.; the
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Milwaukee. Wis., and 81. Paul, Minn.;
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Omaha, Neb., and H Wootr St., New
York City; and at tha school. For fur
ther Information apply to John Flinit,
superintendent, Chamberlain, 8. D. A.
C. Tonner. Acting commissioner.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE, LINCOLN,
Neb., May 7, 1M3. Sealed blda will be re
ceived by the Boor J of Public Lands and
Buildings at the office or secretary of state
up until V o'clock noon of the lyth day
of May, laB. for fire protection, sewer
age extension and water supply at the Sol
diers' and Bailors' home at Grand island,
ss per plsns and specifications now on
file In the oltlcs of secretary of state. The
board reserves ths right to reject any And
all bids. MftdlOt M -
DEPARTMENT OF STATE. LINCOLN.
Neb.. May 4. U" Sealed bids will be re
ceived at the o"lc of the secretary of
stat up until ncou, 11 o'clock, of Mny 3),
llntS, for Kinney pr Morrison Boilers, from
loO to 256-horse power, for use at Lincoln
asylum, Hastings asylum and 8. and 8.
Horn at Mllford.
Th board reserve the right to retert any
and all bid. GEORGE W. MARSH.
Seciotary of Board.
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