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TTTE OMATTA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, MAY 25, I03.
FIRST ONE COES TO OMAHA
I; tial Game in Series with la Crowd is
Won, 6 t 2
:;x thousand fans grow hoarse
Unark Teaea 8r Then Gala rlk
fcMerea Hlta ths rt ( the
Crow from the Ktw
Kid Kiehola' crw from tne Kw tu
driven Ignomlnouely from ths fleld yester
day afternoon by the Rourkeltes. . with a
final score of to t. Omaha won the tram
by continual gentle tapping of the twist
ing, teaalng balla of the Kid while the
hired mm from the Kaw couldn't make
much Impression on Schafstat and ha kept
tneir five hits scattered through four In
nings. The bleachers and the grand stand were
filled with a banch of I.OOO fanatical fana
who howled themselves hoarse in sheer
good nature. And the way Miller romped
aiound In the left garden patch and spoiled
Nolans two-bagger and the way that Shu
gart.. Carter, and the reat of tha bunch
batted waa plenty Incentive for their
Ketcham started In at the bat and drew
a pate and Waldron smashed one Into
Patterson who couldn't pick it up after
he got It stopped. Then Miller put on his
mask some fotka aay he Is handsome when
hr donn't wear hla mask and knocked an
eaay one to Dolan and he picked It up and
held it until there were three men safely
cornered on three baae. Strelb smashed
It over to Dolan then and he whirled It
over to flrat and let Ketcham score. Shu
gart fielded the next grounder and threw
the man out at home properly and Web
ster flew out and the side wss retired.
Roarkettee Promptly Tie It.
Ths Rourkeltea promptly tied the score
on a single of Carter's, Oenlns' saciiflce
ana' Jacobs' fumble of Dolan's dribble.
In the second they added another to get
in acore on the safe aide. Patterson
a.arted It. but went out at first. Then
'thomaa drew a base on four fluffy ones.
richa fatal singled and Carter flaw out to
Jacobs. Oenlns got a scratch hit and
Thomas scored on It through ths poor
ne.dlng of Kahl. Shugart swatted the ball
out to middle and Schafstal tried to come
In from aecond on It but waa cut oft at
After that no one did anything until tha
s.xih although Schafstal had a pretty one
i polled in the fourth by Webster who made
a sensational catch of It well out In middle
a:.d In the fifth Miller eraaed Dolan by
gathering In a line hit that looked good
iur two baga at leaat. Ketcham waa flrat
i p In the alxth and got another paas and
e put out at second while Waldron waa
o afcglng hla weary frame on to flrat. Then
MiUer landed on Schafstal with an awful
bump and drew a three-bagger, ecorlng
Waldron. That waa the last of their run
getting although they got a man on third
tn the seventh after two men were out.
Mora Brisk tn the Seventh.
Pa's boys began their work In the moil
covered aeventn. Carter walked and Oen
lna failed to hit the ball. Bhugart smaahed
the ball out to right for a single and
Carter stretched on toward third with a
good chance of making out but Kahl let
the ball niter through him and so a run
cam. In. Bhugart waa on third and Jo
Dolan smashed, the ball out to Miller and
Shugart scored after It waa caught. Then
Wright drew a pretty double and Preston
a aingle which scored Wright. But Pre
ton waa caught trying to pilfer second
and tha Inning waa over. Thomas ambled
in with another run In the eighth. Be
fore he brought It In ha banged tha ball
into deep middle for three cushions and
Carter let him stagger In on a double,
Today will be ladles' day and the
same two teams will play for their edl
fkation and alao for the pleaaure of try
ing to get a little closer to tha pennant.
AB. K. IB. PO. A. E.
. Z 3 . o
Totals 36 11 27 11
. . AB. R. IB. PO. A. E,
ieirnam, cr a 1 0 0 1
Waldron, rf 4 110 1
Miller. If 4 0 14 0
ftlflb. lb S 0 0 0
Jacobs, ss 4 0 0 1 1
Webster, 3b 4 0 O S 1
Kahl, 2b S 0 1 1 4
Mnaaett, c 4 0 111
Nichols, p 4 0 1 0 1
I 24 10 I
Omaha 1 1 0 0 0 3 1 4
nanaaa city lOOOOlOOOt
Earned runa: Omaha, 3. Two-baae hlta:
Wright. Carter. Three-baae hlta: Thomaa,
Miner. Kaon nee nit: uenina. Htolen base
Dolan. Wright. Jacobs. First bss, on balls
Off rVharatal. 4: on: Nichols. 2. K truck oat
By Schsfatal, 3; by Nichols. 4. Double
plays: Thomaa to Shugart. Dolan to Snug
art to Wright. Deft on baaea: Omaha, 1
Kansas City, 7. Time: 130. Umpire
H nans Hmn Wlaa Game,
COIX3RADO 8PRINOS. May 24. McNee
ly'a home run In the third Innlna. with
three men on baaea, gave Colorado Springe
tne game. Attendant, i.wu. score:
Colo. 8prtngs ..4 0O060OA 04 1 10
Peoria 0 0 0 f 0 0 0 0 00 4
Batteries. Peoria, Friend and Wilson
Colorado Springs, McNeeley and Doran.
Daffy Handy wtta Stlek.,
DENVER. May St. Milwaukee's heavy
hittlns- was the feature of today's same.
Duffy made five hits, one for each time at
pal. Auenaincc, ocure:
Milwaukee ....2 1 3 3. 3 0 I 0 0-11 Is
Denver 1 00000100-36
Batterlea: Denver, Eyler, Gordon and
Lattlmer; Milwaukee, Kenna ana lucla.
Des Molaea Takes Aaather.
DM MOIKF.9. May 24. Dea Moines'
heavy batting and loose fielding on the part
or tna visitors won ana lost lousy a game.
Des Molnra ....0 1 T 1 0 4 0 0 -13 14
St. Joseph 0 001 200-3
Rattertes: lea Moines. Morrison and
Font; St. Joseph, Chlnn and McConneil. At
Sfaadla el tke Teaaas
Played. Won. Deal P C
Colorado Borings M K 4 .
Denver 13 Ml
Milwaukee 31 13
Kansas City H 10 M
Panrta. 21 t 13 .4
Omahn ' S - 12 .
Kt Jnamh 21 S 13 .SM
Dea Mofnes 7 "
Qsmes today: Kansaa City at Omaha
St. Joseph at Pea Moines, reona at 1010
rado springs, wiwauaee at wnra.
la tfca Nattaaal Leagae.
HaiTiM todavt Pittsburg at Brooklyn,
Chlcsao at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Boa-
ton, at. lrtle at Nsw York.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Hew Yark Takea Oarne freas
Laala fcy Rtttlag at OiM"
taaa Ttaaea. -
BT. IXH.US. May 34 New York won the
secona game 01 im ;
Louis owing to opportuns bluing. Powell
snd Tsnnahlll were the opposing fwlrlers
and while lbs St. lxula pitcher had ths
. . i . Wahl at it ' m K. t, In .
streak ram when meet needed. On of
St. Louie' errora proved eoatly. The fee-
tucaa yi ft feast run (Leila rrw lava
ISht flail 'anxa h. J,W. ,!.-, .,. .,
brilliant atnps by Wallace and lxn. Score:
KW YORK. i . iT. 151IS.
a M A a a 1 n Lf n ft
!! M it BurVatl. U ...1 l'l
1 1 HaMrlrk, rf.. 14
'rFartajl. fl I I , ft u..t. 1 1 1 w4 a a a a
Willi. ma. tb.. it ,Wallar. 'a.." t 4 I 1
Mini, Ih a lit a a'AM.. u i i
firmr. la t a a a u , k. a a
'" ...... t t t n1a. c t 1
OOvtrar. a.. 4 1 , a, a Iff,
Taaaaktll, ,. ..a-i-i-l, Ik . 11,1
, MKako, S t
Tatals 4 I fl 14
I Totala 1 ft
S'w, Tor 1-4
St. Louis I 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Karned runs: St. I-owls 1, New Tork S.
Two-base hits: Burkett. Keeler. Home
ron: McFarland. Sacrifice hits: Davis.
"aT I. Double plays: Donr. Williams
and Gsnsel. Stolen bases: Davis. McFar
land. Conroy I. Hit by pitcher: By Tan-
on nai is: oit rowan l.
trlka mif ' uv Pnwii a Kw Tnn.t.nt a
IWt on haaoa: St. lmia a K. vw a'
Time: 1:40. I'mplre: Sheridan.
Yae.g Ik.ts Chleaca Oat.
nxim knr r. , v . - . - .
. ... .. ivuiiR was at nia
beat today, holding the locals down to four
cmtiereo singles and shutting them out.
Boston found Flaherty easy and won the
game In the first two Innings. Attendance.
BOTTOM. I CHICAGO.
KHflkt b u n a
DotiffcMtr. If 1 It IHillnn. If a a
rllln, lb ...l 11 e joiiM. cf 111,
O-BrUn, cf . I lit
urva. rf t I S
('all'htn, lb.. 11
lutwll, lb T 1 1
rrMman, rf . 1 1 0 ft
Parnt. aa t 1 4 e
Thanc. Ik. 410
Pair. Ib...., 14 7 1
rrria, k I I i
Tnnhlll. a. t t 1
rlr. 1 14,0
ouns. p 1
. rrl.n. .. t I
rihrtr. ... t
Total T 14 XI 14 1
Own, a 1
Totali a 4 If IT 1
Boaton l a a a a A t a i
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Ift on bases: Chicago, 1; Boston, .
Two-base hits: Collins, O'Brien. Stolen
bases: O'Brien, Freeman. Double plays:
Daly to Tannehill to label!, Jones to Mc-
rm,iu, reen to Mcrariano, errts to
Parent to IChsnce. Struck out: By
Kit, hrt v 1 - hv n.. 9 V., V tr.i .
baae on balls: Oft Flaherty, 1; off Owen,
4; off Toungv 1. Hit by pitched ball:
Dougherty. Time: 1:50. Umpire: Car
ruthers. Errors Give Detroit a, name.
ORAND RAPIDS. Mich., May 24.-Thla
fternoon'a rnm hera hii.n ftAtmi,
Washington was transferred from tha. fr.
mer city, where Sunday base ball is not
ixsrmiiieu mis season. Two errors anj
some nofir nitchincr An Twnn'
gave Detroit the game. The featurea were
the splendid work of both outfielders on
n uneven grounas, the batting of Cart
for Detroit and a catch of a liner hv Tnn.
send. Attendance, (,000. Score: ;
R H O.A.g.
Holme. rf....l l t
Barrett, et....l 4 u
Lu.k. rf t I ft
rrarfnr4. If.. 1 0
Selhach. 1I....1 lit
Hr. cf i t t
i.'oushltn, Ik.. 1
Carer, lb 0 It 1
Elberfcld, M..1 4 1
rr. lb I 1110
Smilh, lb 0 1 1 t 0
rtb. ss a 111
Martla. lb.... 4 I 1
Drill, a 1 14 11
IW lb.... I t 1
McAllister, 0 .0 1 t 1 u
liaerlni, D S 0 4 1
TowtiMBd, a..l 1 t 0
xLe, 4 0 0 4 0
Mullln, p 1110
Totala I I IT I i Total 4 1 14 U I
Batted for Townsend In ninth.
Detroit 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 6
Washington 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0-4
Two-base hits: Carr. Yaae-er. Kolhach
Ryan, Orth. Drill. Sacrifice hits: Barrett,
Hmith. Deerlng. Holmes. Stolen baaea:
Bmitn, I eager, Holme, Selbach. First
Dase on Dans: ay uecrtng, 6; by Mullen.
2; by Townsend, 2. Hit by pitched ball:
uarreit. 'ciDerieia. r lrst Dase on errora:
Detroit, i. lert on oasea: Uetrolt, 7; Wash
ington. T. Struck out: Bv Mullln. 6: hv
Townsend, 3. Double plays: Klherfeld to
carr to bmitn. fasaed balls: McAIUater,
unii, lime, i:w, umpire: yj Dougnun.
Btandlagt of tke Teaaas.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Detroit 28 17 11 .607
Chicago 28 10 12 .671
Philadelphia 29 1 1; .652
Cleveland 25 13 12 . 620
Boston 29 16 14 .617
New York 28 14 14 .u00
St. Loula ...2b 10 16 .4i0
Washington 28 8 20 .284
Games todsy: Washington at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Cleveland. New York at St.
Douia, wost on at Chicago.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
EUtett tor Mllwaakee Oaly Allows
the Colaaels Tkree Little
MILWAUKEE. May 24. Elliott waa in
vincible today, allowing but three hits and
striking out nine men. Errors by Milwau
kee gave Louisville its only mn, wnue
errors by Louisville and timely hitting by
Milwsukee enabled the local team to win
by a acore Of 4 to 1. Attendance, 6,000. The
minloavT. If.. I I 4 1
Karwls, rf....l 0 1 1
Clrmer. !(.... I t 1
Sulllv,a, lb..O lull
DonahiM. lb. -I 2 T 1 0
Phrla. a 111
Woo, o t
HchrlTer, .... I I
C'dwall. cf....O I
Hemphill, cf.. lit
I'nflaub, ... I SI
Pun ran, rf.... 1 01
ftohaub, lb.... 14 3 0
raiids, lb 0 4 14
Bhflr, lb... s I 0
Elliott, 1 100
vioi, u 4 4
Bfn. P 121
Total 4 1 17 t l ToUla 1 3 24 1 I
Milwsukee 0 0 1 0 0 S 0 1 4
Louisville 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hits: Clymer. Schaub. Stolen
baae: Clymer. First baa on balls: Oft
Klliott, z; on Regsn. 1. Passed ball: Wood.
Struck out: By Elliott. : by Regan. W,
Sacrifice hits: Sullivan, Donahue. Left on
baaes: Milwaukee. 3: Louisville, a. Time
1:60. Umpire: Haskell.
Millers Strange with Stick. ,
MINNEAPOLIS. May 24. Columbus was
easy tor Minneapolis today, tne home team
winning by a score of 13 to 4. Columbus
waa unable to nit Btimmeii effectively.
while Bailey was sasy tor tna Minneapolis
batters. The Columbus pitcher was a trifle
wild, allowing sia oases on bans, tscore:
MINNEAPOLIS. I COLUMBUS.
McCraary. it.. I It Banana. rt....l t 1
Spoonor, lb. ..I It 1 Olraaon, M
Lallr. if I I H.Tbonay. If.
113 O.Turncr. SB.
Vmiw, c I 11 UMallor. lb 1 11 1
krlntr. lb. .1 1 I OIBrldwall, rf.. It
Uyler. aa I 110
Mania, lb.... 1 I t 1
! 1 4
BUnunell, a...l till
Tout ...It UI1 M TctaU 4 li:l t 1
xSpooner out on bunt strike.
Minneapolis 6O1OO0T0 13
Two-base hits: McCreery. Spooner, Glea-
Mclntyre, Bannon. Home run: Laily. Left
on baaea: Minneapolis. 7: Columbus, 9.
First base on balla: Off Btlmmell, 3, off
Bailey, . struck out: Uy Btlmmell, 6; by
ttaliey, 3. Hit by pitcned Dan: tsaney
Sacrifice hit: Lally. Btolen base: Mc,
t 'retry: Time: 2:00. Lmplrea: Morgan
McPartlla's Wlldaeaa Laaea Game.
KANSAS CITY. May 24. In the first
three Innings McPartlln was wild and gave
the home team a good lead. He rallied
but in the sixth Inning went to piece. At
tendance, l,2UO. bcore:
KANSAS CITY. I INDIANAPOLIS.
R.H.O.A.B I R.H.O.A.B
Rothruaa, rf...l 4 IHs(rtver. it.l I t
Maloaar. 0...1 II ro. lb till
K.nra. lb i III :Jonea. rf 1
Oradr. lb I II 1 Klhm, lk It
Uanler. cf....t 111 1 Coultar. cf.... 431
Knoll. If 1 I 0 ' Brlaa, aa...l 1 1 1
l. aa 11 t TamaMt. Ib...l 1 1 a (
Mc A .drawl, lb 1 1 Hon, 0....1 14
burbarn, 1 I 1 Mcranlla. .. t
xWoodmf .... 1
Totala 1 14 It 14
1 Totala 4 I 14 I I
xBatted for McPartlln In the ninth.
Kansas City 30102220 10
Indianapolis 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 04
Darnell runs: Kansaa City, 4; Indian
spoils, L Two-base hits: Leewe (1). Urady
Tamsett. Three-base hit: Maloney. Home
run: Nance. Double plays: Uanley to
L'ouller to Heydon. Flrat baae on bails
Oft McPartlln. 2: off Durham. 2. Struck
out: By Durham, 6; by McPartlln, 6. Ieft
on bases: Kansas City, b; Indlanauolia. I,
Wild pltchea: McPartlln l2. Time: 2:10.
Tttleae Wlaa la Math.
ST. PACL. Minn.. May 24.-Toledo
bunched hits in the nintn and won a clean
cut victory. Attendance, 1,117. Score:
TOLEDO. I . BT. FALL.
K HO A CI RHOAB
I, et...l 3 1 Ifihaaaoe. f... 11
1 1 Jatkaoa. rf... 11
0 liaiar. If
arcea. aa ... I
Owau. Ik I
roanar. lb... 1 1
I Maaalar. tb...l 11
Haaslna, lb... f
K.ll.T. lk.... I II
suiutaa, .... t 1
4 olrrmon. p...t 11
Tola la I 1 It U l ToUla I tT IT
Toledo 010000 1-3
at. Paul a ooioa-i
Two-baa hlta: Wheeler. Bernard. Three
baae hit: Jackaon. louble Plava: Hua-
clna to Marcan to Kelley. Baae on balla
Oft Alleinan, 4; off Ferguaon. 3. Struck
out: By Ferguaon. 2; by Alleman, 1. 1eft
on baaea: Bt. faul, ; Toledo, 11. Tim
1:36. Umpire: Muliane.
Btaadlag at tha Taaata.
Played. Won. Lo-t. p r
w it .
14 12 .B"!l
II 11 .M
13 16 .4M
1 17 .413
13 17 4H
10 18 .367
St. Tsui ....
Osmea today: Toledo st Bt. Paul. Colum
bus at Minneapolis, Indianapolis at Kansas
City, Louisville at Milwaukee. .
WHEN THE AUDITORS MEET
Oae af the Tlates Whea Base Rail
Reearda Are Broliea and Ilia-
tory Is Made.
Clubs selected from the offices of Oeneral
Auditor Young snd Auditor of Dibure-
menta Anderfon of the Union Pacific went
st It Saturday afternoon, with the follow
Youngs 2 1 0 S 1 0 3 0 1-U 7 i
Andersons 2 3 2 1 0 1 1 1 1-12 i
Batteries: Youruzs. Youns. Cullen and
Sullivan; Androns. Ruffner and Kavan,
Flannsgsn and Forsn.
The features of the gsme were Dare
Young's pitching, hitting end wild throw
ing to bnsvs In a frantic endeavor to "kill"
Harry (Mike) Foran, whom he was aus-
pec ted of harboring an elghteen-karat de-
Irs to send to ths bench, and a home run
hit In the ninth Inning by Flannagan for
ne auditors or disbursements' bunch, tlelng
score, which, however, was promptly untied
oy ine general auoitors in tneir nan oi ins
The encounter occurred at Thirty-first
snd Ieavenworth streets on the grounds of
the famous Brick Yard Scrappers.
Attendance, aw, including many cuiiens ot
prominence and standing including Will
trowne. Jr.. and his sorrel mare. 1 he lat
ter having gone lame, however. Mr. ?Jrown
waa unable to escort the victorious auditors
to their respective homes, aa he had In
tended. The general auditors crave the scalps of
other Union Pacific base ball aggregations
and all nines wishing to try conclusions
with this outfit are respectfully renucatod
to mall sealed proposals to John W. New
lean, secretsry. Nobody barred. Come on
boys! If the general auditors get licked
Statistician Stebhlns will furnish figures on
wnai a paintui silence H is posnioie ror a
ball club to maintain without the aid or
consent of any nation on earth.
Twent y-to-One that Wlna Derby.
PARTS. May 24 The French Derby (the
Prix riu Jockey club! was run at Chantllly
this afternoon In the presence of a fashion
able gathering. Inducing many Americans,
who crowded the enclosure and stands.
From 10 o clock this morning trains fol
lowed one snother In oulck tuccessl.in.
carrying thousands of persons to Chsntiily.
ideal weatner prevailed.
i ne race resulted in a victory ror M. ue
Pourtale'a horse. Ex-Voto. at 20 to 1. Ed-
mond Blanc's Vltio Vadls was a close sec
ond, almost succeeding in getting up at the
finish by a fine burst of speed. The favorite,
Vinicltls. was not placed. While no Amer
ican horse participated in the racing Amer
ican Jockeys were well represented and se
cured a fair share of the day's events. Mc-
intyre ana inompson eacn naa on nrst to
his credit, besides being placed in other
races. Rlgby, Kausch and Nash Turner
also secured places, Turner riding second
horse in the Derby.
Staggers Make it Sad for Srhaler.
The East Side Sluggers defeat George
Schuler's team Sunday afternoon. IK to 2.
Ten hits were made olT Casey for the
Schulers but the latter team got Its two
runs on four errors by the Sluggers. Bcore:
Sluggers ( 0 3 1 1 3 0 1 10 10 6
Schulers 0 30000000206
Batteries: McMahon and Millet for the
Sluggers; C'aaey and Schuler for the
Schulers. Two-base hits: Dlckman. Hoi-
man, Wade, Gaiighan. Nester. Earned
runs: Sluggers 12. Struck out: By Mc
Mahon 13, by Casey 1. Umpires: Curran
Molsa Team Wlna Oat.
The Walter Moise team beat the Union
Paclflo team from Council Bluffs yester
day at Krug park. The acore at the finish
wsa I to 0. Carlson, pitcher for the Moise
team, msde a record for strike outs, caus-ine-
fifteen of the Pacifies to bite the dust.
He wss very effective with men on baaea
and allowed but tour hits, ills pitching
was certainly the big feature of the game.
The acore: '
Walter Molsa 1 3 2 0 2 0 0 1
Union Pacific 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 3-4
Hits: Molsa 11. Pacifies 4. Batterlea:
Motse, Carlson and Olsen; Pacifies, Watta,
vail ana cowgii.
Swift Defeats Arnaear,
Bv a acore of T to the Armour Pack
ing company team yeaterday defeated the
Swift company team on the Jetter grounds
at South Omaha. It was a well played
fiame and a hard one ror tne Armours to
oae, after they had outbatted their oppo
nenta and Sullivan, the Armour pitcher.
had struck out seventeen of the Swift
batamen. Score: R H E.
Bwlfte 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 37 6 3
Armours 3 2 1 0 0 0 1 00 a f
Batterlea: Swifts, Adsm and White: Ar
mours, Sullivan and Tonneman.
Seaatars Defeat Saldtere.
Soldiers' field at Fort Crook waa the
acene of a good exhibition of the national
game by the Senators of Omaha and Uncle
Sam's army boys yesterday, the Senators
winning, 12 to 1. Their fast fielding and
haavv hltttnar were too much for Fort
Crook. Superb pitching by Prlmeau of the
visitors, backed by clock-work fielding and
opportune nitting, ma tne worn, eenre:
Senator 12 14 1
Fort Crook 1 3
Reserves ghat Oat Hollys.
The Reserves made twenty-two runa yea-
terdav while the Hollva were piling nn a
line of nine horse collsrs. The features
of the game were the batting or the Re
serves and the throw from deeo left by
Watts, cutting off the Hollys' only chsnce
ror a run. tsnyaer, ror tne iteeerves.
struck out ten men. The Reserves would
like to arrange a game with the Regents
for 350 a side. Address F. Glass, 3367 South
' Brewers Go Dowa to Defeat.
The Regents Juniors took an interesting
and exciting game rrom tne wiuow
Rnrinss Brewery team at Her park yeater
day morning. Foley pitched a ateady
game tor tne negents. wnue coin nen-nlna-aen
and Nachnehle of the Brewera
were hit almost at will. The score was
to 3. The Regents juniors would line a
game with any team , of 16 years of sge.
Address Richard Kennedy, 1203 South Sixth
Red far d Baa Bad Inning.
rur.HTOK. la'.. May 24. Special Tele
gram.) About 160 people witneaaed the
Sunday gam her between Creaton and
Bedford which resulted in a victory for
the Creeton club by a score of 8 to 3. The
visitors went to pieces in tne sixtn in
ulnar whf n Creston run In five scores. Bat
terlea: Creston. Ward. Ambrose and
Stearns; Bedford. Bridges and Everhart.
Webater City Shot Oat.
FORT DODGE. la.. May S4.-'Spclal
Telegram.) Fort Dodge ahut out Webater
City today by a acore of 16 to 0. Webater
City used two pitchers but could not stop
the hitting. Frene for Fort Dodge allowed
only two hits. Batteries: Fort Dodge.
Frene snd Brush: Webster City, Greene,
Cartwrlght and White.
names la Three-I I.eagne.
At Rock Island Dubuque, 4; Rock
At Jollet Jollet. 4: Cedar Raplda, 1
At Decatur Decatur, 0; Rockford, 0; wet
At Bloomlngton Bloomington-Daven-port;
f'aaarll BlaHs Drops Another.
SIOCX FALLS, 8. D.. May 24.-1 Special
Telegram.) Council Bluffa' team In the
Iowa-South Dakota league was defeated
here today by the home team by a score
of 4 to J.
Alleged Detective Arrested.
INDIANAPOLIS. Msy 24. For attempt
ing to bribe Commissioner Edwsrd Logs
dun of the Board of Works, a man giving
his nams ss Jsmes Smith of St. Loula who
clalma to bs a detective in the employ of
the Cltisens' League of this city to run
down the recent scandals which are under
Investigation by the city council, la under
arrest. The charge against him Is that he
offered Mr. Logadmt 41.6n0 for permlaalon
to place 150 slot raarhlnea in the city. It
is clsimed that he flrat approached Lega
tion Saturday and that 61 carried with
hun a telegram purporting to coma from
a manufacturer of slot msihines.
Dividing lp Old Katate.
SAN DIEGO. May 24 The valuable ea
tate of James W. Robinson, once lieutenant
governor of Texas and subaetjuantly a
prominent landowner In thia county, who
died here In lftbi, la to be distributed by an
order of court, ror aome reason Robin
son's heirs were not made aware of his
death until long after It occurred and no
efforts were mada until recently to settle
up tha estate. The eatate, which consist,
of large tracts of land In the vicinity of
Rosavlll. now goea to aeventy-one persons,
moat of them grandchildren of Robinson
sad born mc baa tWouaa.
flASCALL IS STILL IIOPEFUL
Flano to Put Qurrymandsr Bchemo Through
Old Council Today.
BURKLEY AKD MOUNT TO RETURN TO CITY
Ceraeratloas and Democratic Pall,
tlelaas Aid Haecall with View ta
far Hew Admlaletratlaa.
Councilman Haecall and hla corporation
allies In the old city council have not yet
given up hop of putting through their
gerrymander scheme by which four of
them expect to retain their official seat
for three years longer. Since Judge Dick
inson vacated the order restraining the
pasaage of the gerrymander ordinance tha
wires have been kept hot with message
urging Mount and Burkley to return to
the city to attend a special meeting of the
council. It waa Impossible to get the two
absent member here In time for a meeting
Saturday, but Burkley arrived In Omaha
Saturday night and Mount is expected to
coma In from his sheep rsnch today. The
plan of the Hascallltea Is, therefore, to hold
a special meeting of the old council this
morning, adopt a resolution redisricting
the city and then take chances on having
their action held valid by the democratic
city attorney, who la aald to be In with the
Inasmnch as all ordinances must be ap
proved by the mayor or passed over hla
veto before they become effective, the
corporation councllmen, under the leader
ship of Hascall, have been forced to the
method of adding tha propoaed new wards
by non-concurrent resolution. They expect
City Attorney-elect Wright to give an
opinion that thla method la legal, and then
they will have the thing In shape to make
trouble even if their position la finally held
untenable by the courta.
The fact that Police Commissioner
Wright and Spratlen and W. H. Herdman
and other democrats have been leading
their best efforts to Haecall's schema Is
taken as evidence of a desire on tha part
of the democrats to bring about a com
plication that will give them an opportunity
to force from the mayor and tha new
councllmen certain concessions in the way
of appointive plaoea and council com
mittees. Says "From" Means "After.
Mr. Wright has given It out aa hla opin
ion that tha city officials elected on May t
do not. under the terma of tha amended
city charter, take office until after mid
night Monday, for the reason that the law
says they "shall hold their offices for three
years from the third Monday succeeding
their election." Mr. Wright construes the
word "from" to mean "after."
However, the tight of the new council to
take office today la clearly established by
section 15 of tha charter, which waa not
amended or repealed by the charter bill
passed last winter. This section says: "On
the third Monday following tha election the
councllmen shall assemble and organize
the council." In the face of thla section
of the charter It la Impossible for council
men elected on May I to accept Mr.
Wright's construction of the word "from"
and refrain from effecting their organisa
tion until "after" midnight.
Nevertheless, It Is said to be Hascall'a
purpose to call a apeclal meeting of the
defunct council for today, regardless of 'the
fact that the new council clearly goea into
office at thla time. Tha success of his
schema to bring on a aerious complication
will depend on the position taken by aome
of the member of the old council who are
not included In the number the redisrict
ing plan contemplates continuing In office,
notably Burkley, Mount and Lobeck. Mr.
Lobeck has already announced that he
will not vote for the gerrymander measure,
but Burkley and Mount have not committed
themselves on the subject. Alt the influence
of the railroads, the franchised corpora
tion and the democratic politicians, how
ever, ties been thrown to the assistance of
CELESTIAL ISS0ME YEN SHY
Blad Man from Provlaee of Kin-Taw
Tloachea 4aay Wik in Hie
Quay Wah. who conducta a Chinese em
porium at Thirteenth and Chicago afreets,
where ' sharkflna, silver pipes, brocaded
trousers and other like Imported articles
are kept for the supply of the locally resi
dent subjects of Cathay, waa robbed Fri
day night by a low-born colored man from
Kansas City, who took 3130 tn money, a
woman's gold watch and chain and soma
of the atuff dream a ar mada of.
Quay Wah doea not understand tha Eng
lish Idiom and it waa not until yeaterday
evening that the newa of the outrage per
colated through various translations to the
police station. It seems that Quay Wah
lay aaleep In hla emporium on the night
in question and the thfef, who waa a thin
fared and unhonorable man In appearance,
came In noiaelessly and amuggled a hand
kerchief full of chloroform under the mer
chant'a nose While Quay stood for thla new
kind of dream the colored man got out the
EMPEROR GIVES APPROVAL
Baa of Croatia Given Increased
Pawera ta Bappreaa Die
ardera. VIENNA, May 24. In an audience given
to the ban of Croatia by Count Hader-aiy
today Emperor Francla Joaeph expresaea
his approval of the meaaurea taken to pre
serve order, and It is reported he gave
the ban extended powers to deal with the
sltustlon. The ban left today for Buda
Pest to consult with the Hungarian
It la reported that further fatal con
flicts occurred in Croatia yeaterday.
A pathetic Incident occurred during a dis
turbance at Podsued. a atatlon near Agram.
On the arrival of the gendarmes all the
rioters fled, except one, who, being chal
"I am a Croat:" Then, tearing hla shirt
open he exclaimed: "8h0ot. cowards. If
Immediately a ahot rang out and the
Croat fell dead.
Prlae Henry at Madrid.
MADRID. May Sl.-Prince Henry of
Pruasla arrived here thla evening on a
vlalt to the Spanish court. He waa re
ceived at the railway station by King
Alfonso and hla mlnistsrs. The prlnce'a
viait Is msde at the kaiser's wish to carry
his majesty's compliments to King Alfonso.
Prince Henry will occupy a autte of rooma
In the palace and Admiral de la Camera
has been attached to his person during
his stsy here.
Discharge Bays la Mine.
HAZLETON. Ps.. Msy S4.-The roel com
panies of the Lehigh region will tomorrow
commence the enforcement of the new aga
limit law. It is expected that Si0 boys
will be ineligible under the act.- Their dis
charge will In many cases work hardahlp
on families depending almoat exclusively
00 their mrbrrs for support.
Monitor Rearhea Memphis.
MEMPHIS. May 24 The monitor Arkan
aaa arrived here today. The veaael la tak
ing on coal and will deiart for the gulf
at an early hour tomorrow morning.
AT THE PLAYHOUSES
Ferris Stark Ceaipaay at the Boyd.
"Lynwood," a conventional war drama,
la the preaent week's offering by the Ferrla
Summer Stork company at the .Boyd It la
along well known lines a gallant union of
ficer In love with a beautiful daughter ot
tha south and ippoacd by an equally brave,
but much less punctilious confederate
officer, and this trio la surrounded
by the necessary officers, soldiers.
Judges, civilians, . servanta and the
like, with the alleged war correspond
ent so essential to the true war
drama. What would a war drama be with
out the correspondent to make a fool ot
himself and thua excite the laughter of allT
Why, you might a a well omit the cannon
or the epaulettes .or the chalk dust the
officers aprinkle on their shoulders Just be
fore coming on the stage. Who ever aaw
an officer make hla entrance without that
palpable evidence that he had Juat dis
mounted after a fierce daah over a road
long unvlslted by rain? And It you are not
teady to admit the abaolute necessity ot
the war correspondent to the war drama
probably you will queatlon hla potentiality
In connection with the real article. For
your answer, what would have become of
General Shafter'e army at El Caney, San
Juan and numeroua other places tn south
ern Cuba If It hadn't been for tb corre
spondents? And think what happened ta
the general Jilmaelf after ha had mad
hla triumphal entry Into Bantlago and
which wouldn't have overtaken Mm tf It
hadn't been for a war correspondent. No,
you can't have war, real or mimic, for
political or theatrical purpoees. without a
correspondent and you might aa well glva
up trying. In the present Instance Mr,
Car Caldwell haa the part, and It la onlr
Just to him to aay that ha Isn't any wore
than torn who have looked upon them
selves aa being the real thing. Mr. Blddona
la the doughty colonel who wears the blue
and who eventually capturea tha heart of
the haughty eouthern maiden, who la Im-
neraonated by Mlaa Pavey. Mr. Harry
Long la the southern eolonel and goea into
hla work with a reat, although It la pain
fully apparent that he get aome of hla no
tions of a Kentucky gentleman's personal
conduct through reading the oolumna ot
the comlo weekllea. The piece la well
staged. It wsa preaented to a crowded
house last night and waa evidently thor
oughly enjoyed by all.
Lvnwood" will b given until alter
Thursday night. Next week the new bill
will open with a Sunday matinee, "The
Galley Slave" being choaen.
PAY HOMAGE TO EMERSON
Local Admlrere Hold Bervlrea Cow
aaemoratlre of the PoefPhil
oaopber at laity Chareh.
crowded laat night at
the commemoration servlcea beld In honor
of Ralph Waldo Emerson, tha year 19fd
marking the hundredth anniversary 01 ma
birth. The exerclsea were rather extended
and the crowded church made the audience
somewhat uncomfortable, but those prea
ent were deeply Interested In the pepers
present and atayed until Emerson's
hymn. "Brahma," had been sung, It being
the eleventh number on the program.
Miss Fawcett sang Chamlnado'a solo, "A
Song of Fate," and Rev. T. J. Mackay
offered prayer. Mlsa Wallace read from the
philosopher's essay on "Character." and
Mrs. Alderson followed with a tribute, ex
t.4ui t n 9 MMT1 A Of the personal effecta Em
erson's writing had had upon her. Mrs.
t .. . - - aia ,e TTmarann ss a readier a nn
said that although but a single year oT
his life wss given up to sctual instruction,
yet hla efforts at instruction would be
heard and felt .In the colleges, churches
and cuftured clrclea for countless years.
Rev. Newton H. Mann considered Emer
son ss a poet, which was the place he
would have best loved to till. In these
days, according to Rev. Minn, little poetry
Is being read, and that of Emerson la
among tbe most neglected. One of the
chief reason for the lack of popularity
of Emerson's verse la because It lscks
"the made conception of love of the poet,"
he said. Thla wsa no doubt because Em
erson's life waa one of unbroken serenity.
Innocent of turbulent pnsslon. Thoughtful
persons In their sober moment, however,
praise Emerson's poetical work higher than
they do poeme of passion, because of Ita
transcendent wisdom and logic. The min
ister Illustrated at various points In his
discourse by reading extracts from the
poems of the bard.
Mr. Haileton sang "A Drop of Manly
Blood." Rabbi Simon spoke of Emerson's
vision. "The American thought for the
next century will be Emeraonlaed," he de
clared. "His work has stood for so long
and haa been admired by so msny men,
and yet In certain phases he is only now
beginning to be understood."
Emerson, according to the rabbi, atood
on the summit of the fsr-slghted and
looked ahead Into future yeara and the
progress of the world ss no other msn
ever hes. He spoke of his extraordinary
clear-sightedness and said he had don
more for the unification of religions than
perhaps sny other one philosopher or
Prof. Neshltt contributed a ahort paper
on Emeraon as an Interpreter of na
ture, consisting mostly of passages from
the poet'a works, showing what ha accom
plished In this.
SETS FLEET 0FL0GS ADRIFT
Bursting of ' Dam in Minnesota
River Does Considerable
DULLTH. Minn.. May J4.-A report from
Cloquet, Minn., tonight Is to the effect
thst the right wing of the dam In the
Cloquet river st the lower end of this
Inland lske hss given swsy and that many
millions of feet of logs hss been released.
At midnight the lumbermen and others
having Interests on the St. Louts river
were working to protect them against the
flood end a rush of logs. One report Is
that ths dsm was blown up.
Dr. A. P. Condon left Saturday for Chl
csao snd the east to v11t various hospitals.
Phelps Pslne. Mrs. Fiahback. Mrs Kirk
and Mlaa Williams of Lincoln were Sundny
visitors In Omsba.
E. K. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Mar
gofta of Co sad, I. V. Travera of Central
City and R. F. McCreery of Wahoo were
at the Murray yesterday.
W. H. Thompson of Rapid City, S. D..
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Frank of Scotland,
S. D., and Fred W. Smith of Alma, Neb.,
are registered at the Millard.
A. M. Elgle of Auburn. W. H. Larned,
J. B. Gattord of Haigler, Neb., Edward
McC'omaa of Broken Bow, Mr. and Mrs.
Matt Klopp of Rapid City. 8. D., Nat
Baker of Lusk. Wyo., snd Edward Lam
hofer of Schuyler, Neb., were Sunday
guesta at the Pax ton.
E. P. Myera of Hyannie, C. N. Kinney.
M. H. Kinney of Denver, F. D. Reed of
8he)ton, J. w. L,icxei 01 Islington, c. u.
Carter of North Piatt. A. P. Culley of
Loup City, Bertha D. Boetteger of Ord.
W. H ttchuman of Columbua, C. D. Bodlne,
1. D. Bodlne of Huron. 8. I) . 8. Murray
of Baker City, Or., and D. W. Forbes of
Boneateel, 8. D., were Sunday arrivala at
Frank H. Young of Broken Bow, Mr.
and Mra. W. P. Marshall of Ban Fran
cisco, A. R. Barrett of Uellefourche, Mr.
and Mrs. T. T. Emerson of Waterloo. Ad
jutant General J. H. Culver of Mllford.
J E. Kirkham of Plattamouth, Mr. snd
Mrs. F. II. Plummer of Beatrice, Mr. and
Mra. Paul Colaon of Fremont, r. T. Mlt
tauer of Ogden. Utah, and H. M. Eld red
of Lincoln were registered at the ller
Th&t'e the same to-day, to-morrow, forever.
SC. here, there, everywhere.
The Lartfesi SeE5a Brand of Cttvri in the World.
The Bah4 it the Smoker's Protection.
A few vacant
uuwevcr, tunuug merie ure one verj
choice room and some small, but'
very desirable rooms.
All these offices hare the advantage, without extra
charge, of splendid janitor service all night and Sunday
elevator service, electric lights, hardwood finish, and the
best of office neighbors.
THE BEE BUILDING
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R. C. Peters & Co., Rental Agents
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