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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, MAY 22. 1903.
OSE RUN SHORT THIS TIM
ibark Tuv.hj Go Down ! Deft Ajt tin
t lUr.d of St. Jo
NO HITTING AT THE OPPORTUNE TIMES
Strike Out first Three
! tp, bat th tlesjlaalagf
1'rovre lo II Only a raise
Th Ralnt took the econd of the series
from Omaha yesterday hjr a oor of I to
1 Omaha lout through Inability to hit
the hall when nil meant run, while the
Bulnta gnrnered their mna by atlcklng to
their knitting; and bunching hlta at the
Henderson obliged for Omaha and
tartcd out by atrlklng out the flret three
men to face him. It looked like takina-
candy from the baby, but the beginning j
proved to be only a falae hope.
The Rourkeltea took the lead In the ee
ond. Wright flew out to Hartman and
Dolan reached flret on a very bad throw
of Rohe acroaa the diamond. Shugart
then celebrated again and emaahed a
double Into left and Delan scored one.
Patterson drove one out to left and Bhu
gart reached third before It could be
fielded In. Then Thorns alngled to left
field and Shugart acored. Henderaon
reached flret on Kammer's error, but
Thomaa waa killed just off or third for
trying to pilfer two bags on the error.
The gam settled down . Into a hard
fought battle after that and for three In
ning both sides drew blank.
lata Start Da Thlaa-e.
In the alxth the Saint atarted out to do
thing and began by Mahay cracking a
single out to right and Carter let It run
through bis legs so that It was stretched
a base. Bone waa up next and banged
the ball out Into the field for a alngl and
one score came romping In. Howie went
out to flrat and things looked better. Hart
man swatted the ball hard and Preston
let It Alter through hlmi and another run
came wandering In. The score was tied,
but that was ail that the Saints could
The game went on apace and It began to
J look like a tie when the ninth dawned
"Vjark and duaky. Hartman began It all
with a single and Immediately filched sec
ond. McBrlde smashed the ball out Pres
ton's way and was erased from the map
for bis trouble. Then McBrlde singled
and the run that killed the Roukeites
hope was In. Preston had tried to out him
off at home and McBrlde stretched on to
second. Crura was up next and whaled
the ball hard, so hard you could scarcely
see It, but Dolan reached up and caught
It and stepped onto second before McBrlde
could gather back, so the score was all
that was done.
In Omaha's last chance they tried hard,
but It was no use. Shugart sent a hard
one toward Mao and he gathered It up and
and one was down. Patterson singled,
Thomaa went out at first and Henderson
finished it ail by fanning.
Hone aa Gestae Bala.
Rohe mads two beautiful catches of
liners from Oenlns bat during the game
and Oenlns gathered several long ones
after long runs In return for his humilia
tion In having Rohe do such things.
Today la ladies' day and all of the boys
are going to wear their glad batting rags.
1 BTi JOeiCPH.
knn hsd the better of a pitcher' rttlo
to-lny an t the vlnliors won easily. Score: I
Milwaukee 00 20101004 1
Ciliralo Brlnaa 0 1000001 02 1
Pmirrlr' Milwaukee. Kenna and Lucia;
t'nlnrsdn Pprlnga. Vlllrman and Btarnngle.
Hikmi City Takes Oae.
fl:B MOINP.R. la.. May 21. Nichols won
the lnif today, being effective In tight
mrnera and enuring four hlta, three of
which were two baggers. Attendance .
l's Moines ....0 0 0 1 1 0 I 0 06 10 2
Kansas City ..2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 17 1 2
Ttaftertrg; Ilea Moines. Morrlsson and
Marshall; Kanaaa City, Nichols and Mca
alil. Denver' Mats Oat Victory.
PKNVKR, May 21. Tnver hatted out a
victory, Kndcllfre leading with three hlta.
une ueing a norae run. Bcor;
- 11 2
2 I 0
day. New York won. Pitchers wre
changed on each side, Murphy for the vis
itors only being In the box the first Inning.
McKarland relieved him In the sernnd. Mo
Ginnity took Cronln s plnee in the alxth,
when St. Ixiuis had tied the score and had
the baaea filled with none out. McUlnnlty
held them without scoring during the re
mainder of the game. Attendance, 6,4K.
H II O A V
Pro aria, rf... 110 rarrelt, Jb.
nmmak's, ill I I I trxiios. r
Mrllno, lb.. It 0 SmiHtt, rf..
rts. It.... fits s Rraln. lb..
Dunn, ss 1 I 4 nlllarkrtt, Ik.
Babb, lb t
Ollhart, lb... t
Warner, e.. 1
Ienver 0 t 0 1 1 0 0 0
Ha Merles: Denver, Eyler and
leorta, won and Wilson.
Standings of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.O.
Colorado Springs ....H) IS 4 .8"0
Milwaukee 11 11 7 .fill
Ienver 11 11 7 .11
Kansas City 19 10 .474
1'eorla IS 8 10 .444
Bt. Joseph 1 7 11 .m
Omaha 17 6 11 .HM
Iea Moines 18 II .178
(lames today: Bt. Joseph at Omaha,
Kanaka Clly at Dei Moines, Milwaukee nt
Colorado Springs, reorla at Denver.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chteaa-os riad Philadelphia Eay,
Cndlna; Flro Rons to
PHILADELPHIA, May 21. Chicago
found Duaglrby and McLoughlln easy to
day and had no trouble In winning from
tbo locals. Attendance, 8,065. Score:
K.H.O.A.C h.H.O A.B.
Farley, rf... 10 1 1 Tdnibu, ef.. 4 8 0 0 4
Slatle, It.,.. 110 Barry, U....4 1 I
Chanre, lb... I I II 0 I WolT't'B, lb. 1 1
Jones, ct 1 110 K-later, rf... 1 t 4 1 4
Tinker, I I I 4 1 Ctsiaen. lb.. 1441
Casey, lb.... t 111 4 louslaaa, lb. 1 t 1 1 I
Fr.r., b.... 0 4 11 Hnlswltt, ss. i 14 T 1
Kilns. 1 I 1 Lwols, a I f t t 1
LuBilfrsa, p. 1 I t Du((lby, p. 0 0 A
tMcL'ghlln, p 1 ( 4
Totals ...11 1 17. l -
. Totals ... U 17 II I
Chicago 0 1 3 2 0 2 2 0 011
Philadelphia 0 1000 4 0106
Earned runs: Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, 8.
Two-base hlta: McLoughlln, Thomas.
Three-base hlta: Tinker, Chance. Stolen
baaea: 6'agle, Casey (2), Harlcy. Base on
balls: Off McLoughlln, 8; off Ltindgren 2.
Struck out: By Duggleby, 1; by McLmigh
lin, 8: by Lundgren, 2. Left on baaea:
Philadelphia, 10; Chicago, 11. Sacrifice hit:
Hulswltt Time: 2:06. Umpire: Moran.
Dost on Shots Cincinnati Oat.
BOSTON, May 21. Pittlnger ehut Cincin
nati out today. Not one of the Visitors
reached flrat base. Attendance, 8,28.1. Score:
BOSTON. , CINCINNATI.
Daitar, ct... 4 110 KeIIy, If.... 4 1 4
Turner, lb... I 1 0 0i Seymour, cl. 1 1
Ab'Ucblo. lb I I t 1 o'uonlln. rt... 4 4 4 0
Tnnl.y, if .,, 1 1 4 0 0 S'.r'.nfe'.at. ibt 0 1 I t
Camay, rr... 1 4
! Bl JUBBfH,
AB. R. IB.
Hartman. of...,. 4
Hammer, lb..,,.., 4
McBrlde, 2b 1 4
Crum, rf I
Garvin, c. 2
Bowman, p t
Dolan, as ,
I 27 If
AB. R. IB. PO.
I 1 .1
'tf. -teamed runsi
34 2 7 27 f I
.... 02000000 0-1
.... 00000300 1-3
St. Joseph. 1, Left on
nmahi. 7: Rt. Joaeoh. 4. Two-base
ffir: Shugart, Dolan. Baaea On balls: Oft
tf Henderson, 8; oft Bowman, L Struck out:
Xy Henderson, 7: by Bow--n 4.
ray: Dolan to Wright; Dolan. Umpire!
Ulcsamer. Time: l:ia.
1 Iprlaca Hnmbled by Milwaukee.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., May a.
OrsWisr, lb 1
Aubrey, ss... 4 I 1
Moran, e 114 4b
ritUDiar, p. 1 1 1 0
i t 14 17 14 1
rorcoran, ss. 4 I 4 4
Hsgooa, lb.. 1 1 t t
Plata, lb 0 0 II 1 4
Btrfen, ... 4 0 I I t
SuthoS, p... 4 0 4 1 0
Pool, p 0 4 4 4 0
MorrlSM .. 0 4
Totals 0 4 14 IS 4
'Batted for Suthoff In eighth.
Boston 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 -'3
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0-0
Earned -runs: Boston, 3. Two-base hit:
Dexter, Kelley, Seymour, Tenney. Three
base hits: Cooley, Abbattachlo. Double
plays: Stelnfeldt to Corcoran to Pelts;
Btelnfeldt to Pelts to Bergen. Bases on
balls: Off Pittlnger, 2. Hit by pitcher:
Btelnfeldt, Donlin. Struck out: By Pittln
ger, f. Time: 1;33. Umpire; Emslle.
Plttsbtara; Has Easy Time.
BROOKLYN, May 21.-Plttsburg easily
defeated Brooklyn today by 11 to 4. Leach
made two home runa, scoring a man ahead
of him each time. The local men, with
one man out, made a final rally in the
eighth, scoring three runa on an error and
four consecutive hits off Kennedy. Phil
llppl relieved Kennedy at this stage. At
tendance, l.zuu, Bcore
Beaumont, ef 1 I 1
Krufer, as... 0 1
Sobrltic, rf.. 1 1
mf, it., i 4
Br.n.i Id, lb 1 I
Lssch, lb.... I
Btrss. lb..; 4 1 I 4
1'Rhacktra, If. 0 1 4
4,Pobbs, of..., 0 1144
OiMaCrsodi, rt 4 1 1 0 4
4 4 0 1 0
Dot la. Ik.... 1 t t 9
Dshlen, ss... 1114
AhMTB, .,.. 114 4.
Jordan, lb... 11114
Bchirudt, p... 114 1
ToUll ... 4)1 17 1
ToUls ...11 1 17 14 I
Pittsburg l 1112 0 11 211
Brooklyn 0 03040040 f
Karned runa: Brooklyn, 2; Pittsburg, fl.
I .eft on baaea: Brooklrn 10: Pittsburg. 9.
Two-base hlta: P,helps, Ahearn. Three-
Leach (2). Stolen bases: Beaumont, Wag
ner (i), uranstleld. 8hckard. L)ouui play a:
Dahlen to Doyle, Strang to Jordan,
Kruger to Rltchey to Bransfleld, Rltchey
to Pheloa. Sacrifice hlta: Kennedy.
Ahearn, Jordan. Base on balls: Off
Schmidt, 4; off Kennedy, f. First base on
errors: Brooklyn, 8. Hit by pitched ball:
By Schmidt. 1: by Phllllnol. L Struck out:
By Schmidt, 8; by Kennedy 2: by Phil
lippi, 1. Paased ball: Ahearn. Vlld fitches:
bcnmni, t. xime: f.zi. umpire: vj u&y.
New York Beats St. Lonls.
NEW TORK. May . The New Tork
and St, Louis teams began their series to-
0 llarrlar. it
11 !. .
S A S 1 O U'.a ...
McOlnnlty, p 1 1 0 Vurrhr. p... 0 ( 1
'K-Farlan, p 1
ToUls ... II 11 11 1 Klckols .... 4
I Totals ... 4 It It 4
Batted for McFarl ind In ninth.
New Tork 2 1100131 I
Et. Louis l 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 04
Earned runs: New York, 3; St. Louis, 3.
First on errors: New York, 2; Pt. Louis 1.
IWt on bases: New York. 8; Bt. Louis' 7.
First on balls: off Cronln, 1; off McOln
nlty, 3; oft Murphy. 2. Struck out: By Crc-
nin, a; oy mciinniiy, i; Dy Mcrarland, 4.
Three-base hit: Dunn. Two-base hits:
Warner, Williams, Bmoot- Saciltlce hit:
Gilbert. Stolen bases: Browne, Bresnahnn,
MctJann, Mertca, Gilbert, brain. Double
plays: MoGlnnity to Dunn to McOann;
Warner to Jtabb: Farrell to Mnrkett. Hit
by rltcher: JTy Murphy, 1; by McFarlaud.
1. Palk: McFarland. Time: 2:06. Umpire:
SfandlngT of the Teams.
Played Won. Lost.
New York 27
St. Louis 31
14 ' IB
Oames todav: Plttsburr at Broo
Chicago at Philadelphia, Cincinnati at
ton. bu louls at Nw York.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Hartsel's Mlsjodgineiit Gives Detroit
Victory Over Philadelphia
dui-kuit. Mien.. May 21. A mlsjudg
ment by Hartzel In the flrat Inning on
-rri ny gave uetroit the game. The lo
cale hit Bender harder than any team has
rinnA t H I a v-n q K.,, .. , . . .
...... ..na, vuv VUUIU IIVl B. V. I T- B 1 LT1 LIII3
first. Kltaon waa touched up In lively man
ner In the fourth. Barrett, Klberfeld, M.
imam M rs I 1 1 a.
11 HO. AS.
Hartral. ef.. 1
Barrett, rt... 114 4 0
Kltsoo, p.... I
ToUls ... It 17 14 0
M. Crosa, as. 0
lil, ik a
L. Cross, lb. 1
saynoia, rf.. i
Hoffman. If.. 1
4 4 4
Totals ... I 11 14 11 1
Batted for Powera In ninth.
aBatted for bender In ninth.
Detroit 50400000 6
Philadelphia 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 44
Two-base hlta: Carr, Lush, Hartiel.
Home run: Hoffman. Hit bv Ditcher:
Bender, L Base on balls: Off Kltson, 1;
oft Bender. 1. Left on bases: Detroit, 4;
rimaueipnm, i. stolen Daae: x eager.
Diruca out: jay iviiaon, ; Dy Bender, 6,
Umpire: McLaughlin. Time: 1:60.
Cleveland Wins in Bptto of Errors,
naur's errors Bernhard would have ehut
Washington out The visitors showed speed
on the bases, but could not hit safely when
hlta meant runs. A catch bv McCarthy
and stops by Lajole, Gochnaur and Martin
wore leaiures. Attendance, 3,394. Score:
oar, ci i i e Holmes, rf... 1 1 4
s.lbacb. II.. 1 1 1
McCarthy, 111 I I
Flick, rf 44
Hickman, lb. 1 8 10
Lajols, lb... Ill
Bradlay, lb.. 8 1
Oochnaur, as. 1 1 1
iiemia, o 4 8 4
Borabara, p. 4 4 4
l.vao, f 0 8 8
Carsr, lb..., 4. 4 11
Ccughlln, lb. 4 I 1
uamont, as., I
4 4 4
4 4 4
RELIANCE PROVES SUPERIOR
Meets Oo uub in Test Eaoa nd Eauily
Outsail Old D4fender
LIGHT WIND MAKES PACE SLOW ALL WAY
Set Yacht Kales la Rvery Lea; by Fla-
lablng Coarse Foortrea and Three
Qaarter Miaates Ahead
ot Its Hlral.
GLEN COVE, U I.. May fl. Early
preparations were made today on board
the two American ninety-foot sloop Co
lumbia and Reliance, for a teat ot their
relative fitness to meet Sir Thomas Lip
ton's tl-lid venture. Bhamrock III.
The absence of Constitution, which la
undergoing repairs, somewhat marred the
Interest In today's race, still there was
plenty of enthusiast who came from New
York to see the other boats.
At 8, before the time fixed for starting,
the sound showed not even a ripple and
nowhere was there even the slightest trace
of a breeso. The Regatta Yacht club, under
wheae auspices the yachts will meet In a
majority of races this year, has laid out
three triangular courses off Glen Cove.
The first course was a small, almost
equilateral triangle of about five miles to
a Bids to bo sailed twice 'round, or thirty
miles Irt all. The other two courses were
obtuse triangles, one of them having a
long leg of eleven miles down the sound,
almost to Eaton's Neck light, then over
to the Connecticut shore and back to the
finish, while the ether had the same long
leg down the sound, but with another leg
up the sound to a buoy oft Rye and then
back to the finish.
The obtuse triangles are about twenty-
six miles around.
Plenty of Work for Crews.
It was expected that one of these courses
would fit the prevailing direction of the
wind and give the yachts a good test on
all points of sailing, reaching, running
and beating. Past experience has shown
that the smaller triangle meant plenty ot
work for the crews, especially with a lively
breese as the big sloop covered the three
legs In quick time. This small triangle.
therefore, was looked upon as a teat ot
sail handling and quick work at the helms,
rather than for any. chance to set up the
merits of the boats.
By f there was a little air stirring from
the westward and there seemed to be
some Indication of a race.
Both yachts arrived at the starting point
at 11:80, but on account of the streaky wind
tho start was net issds until near S p. m.
The actual starting times were: Re
liance, 1:67:20; Columbia, 1:6: 30.
Reliance apparently gained on Colum
bia. The wind was light
Passing Peacock Point, about two miles
from the starting line, Reliance had con
siderably increased Its lead. After passing
the point the wind seemed to fall away
entirely and yachts were almost motionless.
At 8:16 the yachts had gone about five
miles. Reliance was then 500 yards ahead.
Reliance had Increased its lead to half a
mile by 8:40. A few minutes, later a five
knot breese came off . the shore and the
yachts began to move more swiftly.
Columbia was the flrat to feel It.
Reliance crosaed the flrat mark at 4:M:E0;
Columbia at 8:06:46. Reliance paased the
second mark at 6:10:80; Columbia at 6:20:65.
Reliance won the race bv 14 minutes.
45 seconds, unofficial time. Reliance gained
on every leg of the race.
Totals ...4 11 17 14 0
Tstal ... 8 1 14 11
Batted tor patten In ninth.
Cleveland 08OO8004 I
Washington 00800000 03
Earned runs: Cleveland, 8. Two-base
nits: meatman taj, McCarthy, Ryan (2)
Three-base hit: Bay. Sacrifice hits; Brad.
ley, Flick, Gochnaur, Holmes. Stolen
bases: Oochnaur, Clarke (2), Holmea (2),
Belbach. Double plays: Bradley to Lalola
to Hickman, Bemls to Hickman, Oochnaur
iu jmiunan, men on Daaes: Cleveland, 7;
Washington, 7. Struck out: By Bernhard
8; by Patten, 6. Wild pltchea; Bernhard.
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tandina- of the Toasaua
Played. Won. Lost P.O.
26 15 10 .600
26 15 11 .677
28 16 IS .634
24 18 11 .641
26 IS IS .600
26 12 IS ,4
Tl 8 13 .409
..26 8 18 .807
New York ...
St. Loula ....
Games today: Washington at Cleveland,
rnnaaeipnia at ueirom ixew xora at CHI'
cago, Boston at St. Louis.
At Chicago Chicago-New Tork on ac
count ot wet grounaa.
At St. Louis SL lyOuls-Boeton on account
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Minneapolis Attain. Stags Hard, Scor
ing; Nineteen to Toledo's
Foar. . .
MINNEAPOLIS, May il.-Stlmmell
pitched tor Minneapolis today and was In
vincible, allowing but seven scattering hits.
Minneapolis batted German hard, getting
seventeen hits and nineteen runs, six of
which were earned. Attendance, 800. Score:
UcOam-T. it I I I I I
Lally. It 8 0 1
Tt. Smith, rl.l I 1 I I
Ludwlf. e... MHO
Uclntr, lb. 1 It M
Bpoonar. 16.. I 10 I 0
Oylrr. ss 4 8 8 4 1
Martin, lb... 8 8 8 8 1
itlmmall, p.. I 8 I
ntrnaro, ct., 1 8 0
Ralillng, as.. 8 1 1 1
Kl.lnow. II., I t I t I
Owens, lb.... ( 0 8
Connors, lb., a in i o
Smith, rt.... 18 14
Altlaar, lb... 1 8 8 8 8
Butlar, ... 1 8 4 1
German, ... 4041
Totals ...1 IT IT 18 l) Totals ... 4 T 84 IS 8
Minneapolis 0 ( 8 8 0 1 1 18
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 04
Earned runs: Minneapolis, (. Double
playa: Oyler to Spooner, fiummel n Oylnr
to Bpooner. German to Connor to Altizer.
Two-base hits: McCreery, Martin, Mcln
tyre, Oyler. Home run: MoCreery. Base
on balls: Off Stlmmel, 1; off German, 8.
6 truck out: By Stlmmel, 4: by German, 1
Hit by pitcher: By Stimmel. 8; by German,
8. Sacrifice hits: Lally, Mclntyre, Rels
llng. Stolen baaea: Lally, Martin, E. Smith.
Left on bases: Minneapolis, 11; Toledo, 1L
Time: 2:00. Umpires: Moran and Cunning
ham. Saints Loss la the Ninth.
BT. PAUI May 21. Columbus won In
the ninth inning of today's game, which
was characterized by brilliant pitching on
doui aides. Aiiena&nce, oij. Bcore
BanooB, ef., 1 4 4 4 0
Glaason, as.. 118 4 0
Thoaar, It... 0 18 4 0
Turaar, lb... 4 1 1 4 0
Mrllor, lb... 4 4 11 1 0
Brldw.U, rt. 4 4 4 1
Raymar, lb.. 4 4 1 8 4
Roach, e 4 18 8 0
UrabUL 8 8 4
R.M.O A S.
Shannon, et. 4 1 4 4 4
Jtrkaon. rt.. 1 4 4 4
Oalar, If 4 4 14 4
Marcan, sa... 1 1 1 T 1
Whaclar, lb. 4 8 1 8 1
Huggloa. lb. 4 4 8 8 4
Puree, lb... 4 4 11 1 4
ftulltvan, e... 0 4 8 1 4
Ferguaon, . 4 1 1 8 4
ToUls ... 8 4 81 14 Ol Totals ...1 4 17 IT I
Columbus 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
St. Paul 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Earned run: Columbus, i. Two-base hits:
Jackson, Gleaaon. Sacrifice hit: Hugglns.
Base on balls: Off Ferguson, 1; off C'rablll,
1. Struck out: By Ferguson, L. lft on
bases; St. Paul, 8; Columbus, 4. Time:
1:26. Umpire: Mullane.
Staadlaa- of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost P.O.
Milwaukee 24 16. 8 .T7
Indlnnapolls '& 15 10 .O11O
St. Paul 23 18 10 .b
Kansaa City 24 13 11 .642
LiOUisvllla 25 12 13 .4S0
Toledo 27 12 15 . 444
Columbus 27 11 16 . 407
Minneapolis ' 25 8 17 .320
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on account of rain.
At Kansas City Kansas Cltr-Loulavllla.
on account of wet grounds. ,
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EVENTS -ON RUNNING TRACKS
St. Loala Stewards Rala Foar Jockeys
OS Wltkioat Glvlag;
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. May 21.-The stewards
took up the badges of four lockeva. Willie
'Waldo, Dean, Davlaaon and Boland and
oeniea inera tne privilege or the track In
the future. No reason was given for th
First, four and one-half furlongs, sell
ing: Imboden won, Mangle Work second.
Sweet Myrtle third. Time :58.
Second, Ave and one-half furlongs, sell
ing: Stub won, Creaslda second, Dottls
Minus third. Time i:ii.
Third, one mile and seventy yards, sell
ing: Dr. Kammerer won. Kl Caney second.
Jeesle II third. Time 1 47V
Fourth, six furlongs. Country Club stake,
handicap: Sylvia Talbot won, Santa Ven
tura second, Hllee third. Time 1:56.
Fifth, one and one-sixteenth miles, sell
ing: Josle F won, Chandoo second. The
Way third. Tim 1:52V;.
Sixth, on mil and twenty yards, sell
ing: Cherished won, brownvall second,
Pharaoh third. Time: 1:46V
NEW TORK. May 21. Results:
First race, all and a half furlongs, sell
ins: Baikal won. Tolga second, Trlbeshlll
third. Time: 1:2U.
Second race, four and a half furlongs:
Stalwart won, Raoeklng second. Precious
atone third. Tlma: 0:v
1 Third iao, flv and half furlong; t4'
duccee won, Elolra second, CranvUle third.
Fourth rtft-e, mil and a lxteenth, orr
the hill, Pocantio stakes: Rlgodon won,
Duke of Kendall second, Rosetlnt third.
Fifth race, seven furlong, selling: Steve
dore won, Mary Worth second. Lord Ad
vocate third. Time,: 1:28.
Third race, mile and a quarter: Oom
Paul won, Zoroaster second. Articulate
third. Time: 1:55.
CHICAGO, May 21 Results:
Flrat race, four and a half furlongs: St.
Paula won. Soldier of Fortune second, Tom
Rees third. Time-: 0:55 8-6.
Second race, six furlongs: Automaton
won, Goal Runner second. Miss Hume third.
Time: 1:14 2-5.
Third race, mile and an eighth: Bondage
won. Rolling Boer second, Soothsayer third.
Fourth race, the Calumet stakes, mil and
a sixteenth: Au Revolr won. Gregor K
eeond. Banter third. Time: 1:48.
Fifth race, four and a half furlongs:
Peter Paul won, Dick Bernard second,
Ralph Young third. Time: 0:53V
Sixth race, mile and seventy yards:
Prince Webb won, Dolores second Allee
third. Time: 1:43 8-5.
CINCINNATI. May 21. Results:
First race, fcU furlcngs: Prince Light
won, Ethel Davis second, Blackmoor third.
Time: 1:17V. . ,.,.',
Second race, four and a half furlongs:
Sclplo won, Jim Ferran second, Probable
third. Time: 0:674.
Third race, six furlonga: Khaki won,
Harlem Lane second. Qui II third. Time:
Fourth race, five furlongs. J-year-old.
the Cllpsetta stakes: Stumpy won, Silk
Msld second. Lyric third. Time: 1:034.
Fifth race, one mile and fifty yards: Al
toona won. Wallabout second, Hurry third.
Time: 1:49H- . . , ,
Sixth race, seven furlongs: Special Tax
won. Vogue second, Benor third. Time:
Game oa Crela-hton Field.
The game this afternoon between the
Union Stock Yards Junior and th Omaha
High school on Crelghton university field
promisee to be one of considerable Interest.
These teams have made splendid records
and both are confident of victory. Game
will be called promptly at 8:30 p. m. The
U. 8. Yards. , Position. High School.
Will.... Pttntt., . .
Talbot ......Second base Brome
Milieu inira Daee xvcrumiu
Rhnr ShortstoD Yoder
Caughey Left field Lowell
Ferguson Center field Cherrlngton
Lou RiKht field Sobetker
Adams jrucner ureerueai
.Twelve Innlnsvs to Win.
SHENANDOAH, la.. May 21. (Special
Telegram.) The opening game of the Blue
Grass league, composed of Red Oak, At
lantic. Clarlnda and Shenandoah, was
played here today by Shenandoah and Cla
rlnda before a crowd of 400 people In spite
of very thieatenlng weather. Twelve Inn
ings were required to decide the contest,
which was marked by close playing and
good batting. Score:
Shenandoah 00081100040 110
Batteries: Shenandoah, Miller, Hobbs,
Case and Baley; Clarlnda, Glaxler, Ander
son and Johnson. Time: 2:15. Struck out:
By Clarlnda, 6; by Shenandoah, 0. Um
Rain Interferes with Proa-ram.
HURON, 8. D., May 21. (Special Tele
gram.) The program of the Intercollegiate
amateur athletic meet her today was In
terfered with by rain and wind. Several
events were postponed. Paul Brown of
Mitchell won the mile bicycle race. Johnson
of Brookings won In discus-throwing. Th
half-mile running race was won by Kings
bury of Mitchell and the 240-yard dash by
Seager of Brookings. Redfleld won the baa
ball gain against Huron by a scor of i
Lemars Wins Opener.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., May 21. (8peelal Tele-
E am.) The opening gam of th Bush
igue waa played her today. Mayor
Caldwell, "Happy Cal," made one of hi
characteristic speeches and pitched the first
ball across th plate.' The crowd was not
large. The final score stood 8 to 2 In favor
, I .. 1 j.mam hilnnhil Ita hlta In
the ninth Inning and ran in two scores. I
Batteries: Lemars, Helmsdorfer and Wood; j
Sioux City, Treadway and Bruggeman.
SloJI Fella Defeats Blaffs. :
. T T tt m Tt Mat 1 t (3 - 1 I
Telegram.) The Iowa-South Dakota ball j
league season was openea on me iwm i
grounna xniB aaennioii vy uum-u uu
nnu niuu run,. j " i ..... ........ I "'
the first ball. The game was played in a
gale of wind and dust, which finally drove
the spectators out of the grandstand. Sioux
rails won oy mo icura ui a w a.
Motor Cycle Records Broken.
LONDON. Mav 21. Fred Chase, th Eng
lish motor cyclist who last September brok
all motor evele records from five to twenty
miles, created new world' record at Can
nlngtown today. He covered a mile, with a
flying start, in i:is-b; wun standing atari
In MRt.K' fli'a m 1 1 nm with flvlna stHrt. in
6:38; with 'standing start. 6:57 2-6; ten miles,
with standing start, In 11:36.
Schools Play Baae Ball.
BEATRICE, Neb., May 21. (Special.) A
close and Interesting game of ball was
flayed yeeterday afternoon between th
earns from the Central and West schools,
which resulted la a victory for the former
by a score of 8 to 5. Superintendent
Stephens officiated as umpire and a large
crowd of enthusiasts witnessed th game.
Defeat for Miami Slota-ers.
Th Miami Slugger went down In defeat
by a score of 14 to I yesterday before the
Amateura. Both pitchers put up a good
gam and were well supported. Batteries:
Amateurs. McCulloiigh, Smith, Gardnlor
and Smith; Miami Sluggers, Kelly, Axford
Diamond Cs Win.
The Diamond C Juniors defeated th
Schuler in an Interesting game by the
score of 4 to 1. The feature of the game
was the pitching of Miller for th Juniors.
Batteries: Juniors, Miller and Meyers;
Sch ultra, Casey and Schuler.
Games ia Three-I Leagst,
At Jollet Jollet-Dubuqu gam post
poned; wet grounds
At Bloomlngton Bloomlngton, t; Rock
At Rock Island Rock Island-Cedar
Rapids gam postponed; rain.
Indianapolis and back, $18.40, June 1
Boston and back, 838.7S, June 30 to July 4.
Detroit and back. 821.00. July 14 and 16.
Baltlmor and back, 832.25, July 17. and
St Loula and back, 813.60, June 15 and It.
Bellefontalne, O. and back, $20.10, May
28 to Jun 1.
Denver, Colorado Spring and Pueblo
and back, $19.00. May 19.
Denver, Colorado Spring and Pueblo and
back, $17.50, June 1 to Sept 30.
Denver, Colorado Spring and Pueblo and
back, 115.00, July 1 to 10.
Salt Lake City and back, $30.60, Jun 1
to Sept $0.
Lo Angeles, San Francisco and San
Diego and back, 850.00, June 1 to 10.
Hot Springs, S. D., and back, 118.40, Jun
1 to Sept 80.
Atlanta, Oa., and back, $3110, July I
Th above are some of the Burlington'
cheap excursion rates this year. If you
are going anywhere you had better write
or see me, a I can probably offer you
suggestion that will av you money.
J. B. REYNOLDS,
City Passenger Agent,
1502 Farnam St.Omaha, Neb,
Thar to -seldom a day
that I am not -consulted
by an unfortunate suf
ferer who, If h had con
sulted me In regard to
hi condition in It early
stages, I would hav cured him and eared him muoh uffrln. annoyance
andpense. This, I consider, 1 due to lack of knowledge on the part ot the
onV who has previously treated the ess: therefore. I say to you. If you are
suffering from any disease or condition peoullar to man, or If you have been
a victim and ben disappointed In not getting a Termanent our e'herI
would ask that you come to my ofB ce. I will explain to fou OUR fcyBT,?S
OF TREATMENT, which I have pr Iglnated and developed after a whole lit
perienoeln th. treatment of spefel ai disease of men. I will give you a thor
ough examination, together with a n honest and soientlno opinion of your oaa.
If I find you are Incurable, I will h oneetly tll you o. If I find your case
curable I will gtv you a legal guarantee t our you In th hortet polbl
Urn without injunou aiier-enectsi,
hot hy Poaso Of Cltlaeas.
CORINTH. Miss., May 21 After an ex
citing battle. Muse Hart, a negro, was shot
to death by a posse of cltlsens. Hart had
been arrested for carrying concealed
weapons, and when on trial before Mayor
Young, used Insulting epithets. Marshal
Bell was directed to keep order whereupon
the negro drew a revolver and flreil uKn
Bell. Hart broke from the court room and
eaK-aped to a house nearby. The house
was flrd and the negro riddled with bul
i Wt ... .
without a cutting
or tying operation.
No pain or los of
We ear not of how
long standing, a
w eur them at
rng or cutting; no
In all Its forms Per
manently cured by
my system of treat
ment BLOOD POISON
to natural, vigor
ous - and lasting
I CURB MEN.
If you cannot call. All
confidential, and all reolle sent In
?4aln envelope. Inolo 8o stamp
Insure prompt reply.
STATE ELECTRO-MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Fimm St., Bit. 13th ml 1416 Sis., OMAHA, NEB.
omci HOURS: From 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday tt a. m. to 1 p. m. only.
topped In from
three to flv days.
pimple oc any skin
nently cured In the
cured to stay cured
of men cured In
Jrom ten to thirty
ays. No cutting,
no detention from
trouble by our
system of treat
ment are improved
at once and quickly
IN THE CAPITAL OF OREGON
Ealem Dressed in Gala Attire to Oreet th
HE TALKS TO THE SCHOOL CHILDREN
Then Visit th Capitol and After
Meeting- the state Officials Makes
Thlrty-Mlaato Speech to
BALKM, Or., May 21. Salem presented
a gala appearance today when President
Roosevelt snd party arrived. When th
special train drew up to th ttlon th air
waa filled with music from three brass
band, and a th president appeared upon
th rar platform he was greeted with deaf
ening cheer from thousand of people.
The presidsnt was met at the depot by
Governor Chamberlain, George C. Brown!!,
president of th senate; L. T. Harris,
speaker ot th house; Mayor C. F. Bishop
and a cltlsens' committee. After exchang
ing greeting, th presidential party war
escorted to carriage.
In th president carriage, which was
first lu line, and was surrounded by a local
mllttla company a guard of honor, war
Governor Chamberlain, Mayor Bishop and
The president was greeted along the Un
of march, which h acknowledged by bow
ing hi bead. The procession want direct
to Marlon square, where about 1000 school
children war assembled, and th presi
dent delivered a few word of greeting and
encouragement to the children, after which
th children sang- "America." Th presi
dent joined heartily In the chorus.
Th party again entered th carriage and
th prooeastoa proceeded to th oapltol
building, where th president wis escorted
tbreuf a ft lln of Grand army veterans.
with all of whom he shook hand and ex
changed a fw word.
Bom moment wer apent In the gov
ernor' suite, meeting and conversing .with
tat official and other prominent cltlsens,
after which th president passed out. the
weat entrance, where an elaborately deco
rated platform had been erected. Governor
Chamberlain delivered the flrat addreaa of
welcome, and wa followed by Senator
Brownell. Th president delivered a thirty
At th conclusion of his address th presi
dent wa driven to th train again and th
party left for Portland.
On hi way to th depot, th president
noticed an Invalid child lying upon a
stretcher on th curbing. He stopped hi
carriage, alighted and kissed the little
Miner Crashed to ralp.
LEAD, 8. V., May H.-(Bpeclal Tele
gram.) Jakko Aho, a miner, while at work
In th Highland mln last night was killed
by falling rock. HI head waa crushed to
a pulp. Th dead man leave a wife and
two eon. Aho was In comforts bis circum
stance, leaving hi family wall provided
for. H waa, besides being a miner, on
of th most prosperous . farmsr In th
Pwra, Pd w4 Sfarkfifvg, Bottl4
Only at Uv Brwwary 8a &C Louk.
H. Kay fc Csatsesy
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