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THE OMATTA DAILY BRE: SAT CUD AY, MAY 30, 1003.
GIANTS SCORE A SHUTOUT
De'eat the Gent'emen from the flub of
E03T0NESE ERRORS FAIRLY EFFERVESCE
Vlttlnaer's Glasses fit Crooked and He
Consequently Opens Way tot
Gothamltes to Facb Horn
NEW YORK, May 29.-Mathewaon pitched
well today, shutting out boston, nttlnger
waa not at hla beat and tne fielding errora
of the visitor gave openings for two of the
three rune scored by the locale. Attend
ance, 5.S30. Score:
l)hb, aa ...
Powtrman, c 0
Daiter. ct... o I
U Tennay. lb. . 0 1 19
0 Ab tlchlo. ib 0 0 I
Okarnar, rf... 0
OlBonner, M. 0
t'Moran, ... P
Tniii . . ft ft rr it i
xBatted for Pittinger In ninth.
New York 1 0 9 1 0 0 0 1 $
Boston 0 0000000-0
Two-base hlta: McGann. Mertes. Sacri
fice hlta: Gilbert. Foster, Oremlnger.
(Stolen baeea: VanHaltren, Tenney. Left
rn bases: New York, 6; Boston, 9. Flrat
nae on ball: Off Plttlnger. i; oft Mathew
ron, 3. Flrat bane on errors: New York, L
Struck out: Rv Mathewson, B; by Pittinger,
4 Passed bail: Bowerman. Time: 1:40.
Brooklynltes Warm Ip.
BROOKLYN, May . Brooklyn easily
Ofeated the Philadelphlas here today. Oar
vln pitched ateady ball. Attendance, 2,400.
R.H.O.A.E. f n.M.u.A.ft..
SheckftH. U. I
liobSa, cf.... 1
MH'raadla, rf I
Doric, lb.... 1
liahlen, m. .. 1
Jordan, ab... 0
Uarvla, p... 0
0 Harry, If....
I U 17 10 1
xBntted for Mitchell
WoiT t'B. lb. I
Douslaaa, 1J 1
Hul.wltt, M. 1
oiaaaon, lb. 0
illallmaa .. 0
4 I 14 14 1
0 t 0
0 0 1
4 0 0 0 2
0 t 1 0 0
Left on bases: Brooklyn, 6; Philadelphia,
6. Two-base hit: KelHter. Three-baae hit:
Hulswltt. Stolen basea: Bheckard, Me
Croedle, Dahlen, Douglass. Double plays:
Mitchell to Gleason to Douglass. Mitchell
to Douglass, Hulswltt to Oleason. Sacrifice
hit: Barry. First bases on balls: Off Gar
vin, 4; off Mitchell, 5. First base on errora:
Brooklyn. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
Mitchell. 1. Struck out: By Garvin, 6: by
Mitchell, 1. Wild pltrh: Mitchell. Time:
1:65. Umpire: Halllday.
Standing; of the Teams.
Plaved. Won. Lost. P.C
i 10 .7li
26 11 .696
RnslAii at New Ynrlr t1
Brooklyn Vi. Cincinnati at
. Louis at Chicago
Pituhurg ill), St
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroltera Go All to Pieces la Sight
of friends and On Their
DETROIT, May 29. Slever held hla old
team safe after the opening Inning and did
some wonderful fielding. The locale went
all to plecea In the second Inning. Both
teams left on a special train to be at St.
liula for the morning game. Attendance,
1,678. Score; ,
ST. LOUIS. I DETROIT.
K. HO. A.B.I R.H.O.A.E.
Ptirkfttt, It.. Ill Barratt, sc.. J 1 t
I 0 Lufth. rf 1 1 1 0
Crawford, If. 1 1 4 1
4 1 Elbarfald. a 0 4 1 1
1 0 Carr. lb 0 1 10 0 1
I 0 Smith, lb.... 1 4 I 0
1 0 MeAI'ft'r, Ib. 0 I 0
McOuIrs, .. 0 I 1
Mullln. p.... 4
tialdrtrk. cf. 0
Wallaoa. as.. I
Anderson, lb I I It
McCor-k, Ib. 0 0
Faddan, lb.. 1
Svifdaa. ... 0
Slavar, p.... 1
Total ... T I IT II ll Totals ... I I IT 11 t
Bt. Louis 05000002 07
Detroit 2 00010000-3
Two-base hits: Anderson, Padden, Hemp
hill. Three-base hits: Crawford, Barrett,
Burkett. First on balls: By Mullln, 4; by
clever, 1. First on errora: Detroit, 2; 8t.
Loula, 2. Left on bases: Detroit, 2; St.
Loula 6. Sacrifice hit: Lush. Stolen baaes:
Lush, Anderson, Padden. Struck out: By
Mullln, ljbv felever, 1. Double play: Wal
lace to Padden to Heldiick to Anderson.
Paased bail: McOulre. Time: 1:40. Umpires:
Hassett and Carruthera.
Bean Katers Do Things.
BOSTON. May 29. The home team de
feated Washington again today by batting
Lee at opportune tlmea, although errora
accounted for several of the runs. Dlneen
was wild at the atart, but ateadled with
fine support behind him. Attendance, 3,258.
BOSTON. I WASHINGTON.
Ttouch'tr, If. 0 0 0 lHnlma, lb.. 0 110 1
Collins, ib.. 0 t I 0,8lhach. If.. 10 10 1
O' Brian, at.. 0 1 t 0 0 Ryan, cf 0 0 1 0 I
PrMroaa, rf. 1 11 0 O'Dalrhantr. rf 1 I t 0 0
Parent, M... till OlCoUfthlln, fts. 0 I 1 4 1
Lat'hanca. lb I 1 11 1 olcar.jr. lb 0 t 1
Ffrrta, lb...! til 0 Rohlnaon. tb 0 0 I 1 0
Crlgr, till 0 Clarka, 0 0 T 1 0
Dtuaan, p... Silt 0 Lm, p 0 0 0 4 1
Totals ... 1 JO IT 14 ll Total! .. t I 14 7i 4
Boston 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 2 7
Wnshlngton 10000100 02
Vwo-base hit: Collins. Three-base hit:
Freeman. Home runs: Parent. De'ehanty,
Stolen basea: Selbach, Collins. Crlger.
Double play: Crlger to Colllna. First base
on balls: Off Lee, 1; off Dlneen, 4. Hit by
pitched ball: By Lee. LaChance. Struck
AGE AND PURITY
A PERFECT WHISKY
NOT ARTIFICIALLY AQED, J-
COLORED OR FLAVORED.
THE IDEAL WHISKY FOR
out: By Lee. I; hy Dtneen. 2. Wild pitch:
Dlneen. Time: IK. Umpire: O Laugh II n.
Qaakera Lose Thla One.
PHILADELPHIA, May .-New York
hunched hit In the third Inning and made
enniixh runa o win today's game from the
Champlona. A heavy rain came up In Phil
adelphia half of the eighth, with two out
and a man on first and third bases. The
game was called. Attendance. 4.2!"3. Score:
A. ra,la. If. I
Keelar, rt... t
Kult, ct.... 1
Wllliama. tb 9
OamH, lb. .. 0
Conrojr, lb.. 0
Caurtnaf, aa 0
O'Connor, c. 0
Taonahlll. p. 1
Plckarlna, rf 0 1 I 1 0
H. Parla, lb 1 I T 0 0
U Croaa, Ib. 1 I 1 I 0
Krrhold, rt.. 0 110
Murpbr. tb.. 0 I J I
Hoffman, If. 0 0 I 0 0
M. froaft. all 1 I I
Shrark, a.... 1 t 1
Bandar, p... I
Totala .. I I 11 I t Total .. t t 11 IT 1
New York 0 0 3 0 0 0 0-3
Philadelphia 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
Two-base hits: Peybold, 2. Three-base
hit- Williams. Sacrifice hit: Bender.
Hlolen bases: Fulti, Conrov. Left on
bases: New Yorkr 2; Philadelphia, 4. First
base on balls: Off Tannehlll, 1; off Bender,
S. Hit by pitched ball: By Bender, 1.
Struck out: By Tannehlll, 8; by Bender, 2.
Balk: Bender. Wild pitch: Tannehlll.
Time: 1;35 Umpire: Sheridan.
Chicago Wins Throat h Lark.
CLEVELAND, May 29.-Chlcago had the
luck today and again won by one run.
Cold and threatening weather kept the at
tendance down to 1,823. Score:
CHICAGO. 1 CLEVELAND.
R.H.O.A.E I R.H.O.A.E.
Kaltmaa, It. 1 1 I 0 Kar. f I I 0 0
Jonoa, cf.... 0 I 0 Bradlar. lb.. 0 041
Oraan, rt.... t I 4 0 Lftjola, tb... 1110
Callahan, tb 0 0 1 Hickman, lb 0 111 0 I
laball, lb.... 1 It 1 Bamla. .... 0 1110
Pair, tb t 0 1 t S McCarthy, If 1 0
Tannahlll, a 0 0 1 I 0 Gochn'or, aa. 0 1 I I
Mcrarlana, 0 0 0 Flick, rt.... 0(10
Wall, p I 3 Joss, 0 0 4
Totals ..I I IT 11 l Touts .."!" 17 IT l
Chicago 00000201 03
Cleveland '. 10100000 0-2
Two-base hit: Hickman. Three-base
hit: Green. Sacrifice hits: Oochnauer,
Flick, Bradley. Double play: Joss to
Bemla to Hickman, White to Isbell to Mc
Farland. First baee on balls: Oft Joas, 1.
Hit by pitched ball: By White, 1. Left on
basea: Cleveland, S; Chicago, S. Struck
out: By Joaa, 7: by White, I. Time: 1:3U.
ttandlagr of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Chicago , 31 1 12 .!.!
Detroit 32 18 14 .V,2
Boston 32 17 16 .Ml
Philadelphia 83 17 ltf .516
New York 81 1 16 .10
Cleveland 29 14 16 .4K3
St. Louis . 28 JS 10 .448
Waahlngton 81 9 22 ,4:3
Games today: Chicago at Cleveland, St.
Loula at Detroit, Washington at Boston,
Now York at Philadelphia. Two games at
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Hoosiers See Victory Ahead, bat
Millers Mnnasre to Keep It
Oat of Their Reach.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 29. It looked like
a victory for Indianapolis today, but Min
neapolis tied the score In the seventh and
In the ninth J-a.ll y singled, .was advanced
to second by Smith getting a tase on balls
and scored on Mclntyre's hit to the right
held fence. McPartlin was wild, while Vas
binder was steady at critical times. At
tendance, 1.823. Score:
McCTroory, cf 1
Hart, lb 1
Lallr, If.... 1
Smith, rf.... 0
Yeagar, e... 0
Mrlntrro, ib 0
Martin, ib.. 0
Orlar, aa.... 1
Vaiblndar, p 0
Hngrlew, rf 1 1 I 0 0
Fox, lb 1 1 t 0
Jones, If I 0 1 0
Klhtn. lb.... 0 110 0
Coultar, cf.. 1 1 t 0 0
O' Brian, aa.. 0 0 4 1 0
Tamaatt, lb. 11 I I I
Heydon, e... 0 I 3 1 0
acPartlln, p 0 t 0
Totala .,4 11111 ( Totals ..3 ii5 la t
xt)ne out when winning run scored.
McPartlin out on bunt strike.
Minneapolis 00001020 14
Indianapolis 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 03
Two-base hit: Fox. Double play: Yeager
to Martin to Yeaarer. Base on bal's: Off
Vaablnder, 8; of McPartlin, 3. Struck out:
By Vasblnder, 6, by McPartlin, 1. Hit by
pitched ball: McCreery. Klhra, Tamaett,
ftolcn base: Hogrlever. Sacrifice hit:
O'Brien. Left on bases: Minneapolis, 13:
Indlanapolia, 9. Umpires: Mullane and
Cunningham. Time: 2:1a.
Toledo Is Oatelaaaed.
MILWAUKEE. May 29. Milwaukee out
classed Toledo today. At no time did To
ledo have a chance to score. Attendance,
R u n i t nuAAw
uuaiaevy, it. a 1 1 0
Donahu. lb. Illlt
wood, e I I 1 1 0
Hemphill, rf I 1 0 0 0
l'nlaub, tb, 114 10
lunan. If.. I I 1 1 0
Schlaflar, tb 1 1 0 1 0
Si ear, e 1 I T 0 0 Klclnow, .. 0 1 I
anion, p.... 0 I
OjBluk'a'p. ct 0 1 1 0
1 Owan. ib.... lilt
Ralallna. If. 1 0 1
Marran, aa... 0 0 4 4
A t ir. lb.. 0 0 1 1
Connors, lb. 0 I 10 I
Smith, rf.... 0 110
Total . II II n l: 1
Alemang, p.. 0 0 0 I 0
Butler, c 0 0 0 1 0
Totala ..A 9 ft! ftft 7
Milwaukee 41002512 15
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hltl Unglaub, Hit by pitched
ball: Wood, Dun oavy. Paased balls:
Klelnow, Speer. Wild pitch: Alemang.
Struck out: By Elliott, 4; by Alemang, 2.
Double play: Marcan to Connors to Klel
now. Sacrifice hlta: Donahue (2), Dungan,
echafley Left on bases: Milwaukee, 7:
Toledo. . Umpire: HaakelL Time: 1:45.
Holds Louisville Down.
ST. PAUL, May 29-Vols was very ef
fective today and held the Louisville down
to four hlta of the acttchltset kind. At
tendance, 1,117. Score:
8T. PAUL. LOUISVILLE
Huijlna. Ib. 1
Keli.r, lb... 0
Sullivan, a.. 0
oil, p 0
If ... 010
1 1 0
rf.. 0 1 1 1
v'hilda, Ib... 0 0 1
Total ..I I 17 li) Total. ..1 "ill 11 1
ft- Pul 00081010 -5
Louisville 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit: Shannon. Stolen bases:
heeler (3), Hchaefer (2). Kerwin (2), Sul
livan. Double play: Hugglns to bchaeter
to Kelley. Base on balls: off Waiker, 2
off Vol. . Struck out: By Vo's, 7: by
Walker. 2. Lett on bases: St. Paul, 3;
Louisville, 9. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Moran.
KANSAS CITY, May 2.-Kanaas Clty
Columbu gam postponed; rain.
m of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
2S 20 3 .71
30 17 13 .6t;
80 17 13 Ml
.... 14 15 .4r4
32 14 13 .l.')s
30 13 17 A.U
33 14 19 .421
34 11 M .412
Louisville at St. Paul, lu-
V'-'1".""". v uiuiiBUiiu.ie, voiumou at
Kansas city, Toledo at Milwaukee.
GAMES IN WESTERN LEAGUE
Me hols lets Dovra After Haifa Came
Won and St. Joseph
M ine It.
8T. JOSETH. May 29.-Pltcher Nichols
let down alter a guod lead witn tit. Joseph
today and lott the game In the seventh in
It H E
St. Joseph 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 1 id 2
Kan.oas Clty....O 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 6 1
Batteries: Kansas City. Nichols and Ul
rich; Bt. Joseph, Bowman and McConnell.
Fourteen Innings and a Tie.
DENVER, May :9.After fourteen Inn
lug today a game was called on account of
durknrsa. with neither side a victor. It was
a pitchers' battle throughout. Schlel of the
Denver teoin had his h and split again and
may be disabled for the aeason. Score:
nver 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 00 CO 04 ft j
toio. springs..!) 01000000000 04 11 7
Hatterie: Denver. Lemke and Latimer:
Colorado riprlnga, June and Doran.
PEORIA, III., May 29 Opening of the
eslern lragu seajton here was postponed
as the 1'eoila and Milwaukee team are
tied up at Manhattan, Kan., by washouts.
At Des MoliiesDea Moinoa-Omaha, no
game; wet grounds.
Standing: el the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
Colorado Spring..., 2ti 21 3 .bus
Denver 24 14 p) .i3
Milwaukee 24 13 11 Ml
Kansaa City IS It 1J .4m
Peoria , 24 10 14 .4:7
St. Juetph 24 . 10 14 .417
Omaha it U .S'.
Den Moines W b li .34
Games today: Omaha at Ies Mctne.
Kansas City at Bt Joseph, Colorado
, Springs at Denver, Milwaukee at PeurU.
nARVARD BY SMALL MARGIN
Only One Point to ths Good in Trisvl Events
with Tale Athletes.
OTHER UNIVERSITIES SHOW UP WELL
Cornell, Pennsylvania, Syracuse and
Princeton Each Have Repre
sentatives In the Final
NEW YORK, May 29-Harvard led Yale
In the trial events In the Intercollegiate
games here today by exactly one point,
the Crimson's total score being 21, while
Yale's was 20. Cornell, Pennsylvania, Syr
acuse, Princeton and Williams showed up
well and will all take their share of points
away from the two great rivals battling
for the intercollegiate cup. This trophy
has been won five times by Yale and four
times each by Harvard and Pennsylvania.
The semi-finals and finals will be run off
Beck of Yale broke the lntecolleglat
shot-put record, with 44 feet 11 Inches,
three Inches better than the standard, his
own performance last year. Dewltt of
Princeton failed by half an Inch to qualify,
but easily made the best hammer throw.
Arthur E. Duffy, the world's record
holder in the 100-yard dash, was in good
form and won his heat easily.
100-yard run: First heat, won by M. T.
Llghtner, Harvard; J. W. Elwell, Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, second; time, 10 sec
onds. Second heat, won' by W. A. Schick,
Jr.. Harvard; J. S. Westney, University of
Pennsylvania, second; time, 10 seconds.
Third heat, won by W. N. Dear, University
of Pennsylvania; F. R. Moulton, Yale, sec
ond; time, 10 seconds. Fourth heat, won
by A. F. Duffy, Georgetown; W. L. Wallls,
Cornell, second; time, 10 seconds.
800-yard run: First heat, won by H. E.
Taylor, Amherst; W. A. Newell, Williams,
second; J. W. Foster, Harvard, third; time,
2:01. Second heat, won by I. A. Orton,
University of Pennsylvania; Jamea A. Tay
lor, Columbia, second; M. Overman, Cor
nell, third; time, 2:(H. Third heat, won
by O. E. Behr, Harvard; O. M. Bishop,
Columbia, second; L. M. Adsit, Princeton,
third; time, 2:06.
120-yard hurdle race: First heat, won by
J. H. Converse, Harvard; H. W. Eales,
Yale, second; time, 16H seconds. Second
heat, won by E. J. Clapp, Yale; E. Cairns,
Cornell, second; time, lt seconds. Third
heat, won by E. 8. Amsler, University of
Pennsylvania; L. O. Blackmer, Williams,
second: time, 16 seconds. Fourth heat, won
by W. F. Bird. Harvard; W. L. Anderson,
Yale, second; time, 17ft seconds.
440-yard run: First heat, won by J. E.
Ilalgh, Harvard; H. T. Rogers. Cornell,
second; R. B. Hyatt, Yale, third; time, G2
seconds. Second hoat, won by J. A. Rellly,
Georgetown; S. R. Burnap, Yale, second;
H. M. Channlng, Harvard, third; time, 51
seconds. Third heat, won by F. G. Warren,
Cornell: C. B. Long, Yale, second; W. G.
Clerk, Harvard, third; time, 62 seconds.
220-ysrd hurdle race: First heat, won by
E. J. Clapp, Yale; E. Cairns, Cornell, sec
ond; time. 244 seconds. Second heat, won
by J. B. Thomas, Yale: R. F. Bauer, Har
vard, second; time, 26tfr seconds. Third
heat, won by E. S. Amsler, University of
Pennsylvania; A. Peterson, Harvard, sec
ond; time, 26 seconds. Fourth heat, won
by W. M. Armstrong, Princeton; F. W.
Bird, Harvard, second; time, 25 seconds.
220-yard dash: First heat, won by W. A.
Schick, Harvard;. J. W. Elwell. University
of Pennsylvania, second; time, 226 seconds.
Second heat, won by M. T. Llghtner, Har
vard; W. D. Dear, University of Pennsyl
vania, second; time, 21 seconds. Third
heat, won by F. R. Moulton, Yale; J. I.
Halgh, Harvard, second; time. 22 seconds.
Fourth heat, won' by I Grlllk. Harvard;
C. B. Long, Yale, second: time. 2 seconds.
The following men nuallfled for the finals
of the shotput: F. G. Beck, Yale. 44 feet
11 Inches: C. H. ' Robinson. -Harvard. 44
feet 2 inches: F. H. 8choenfus.. Harvard,
44 feet 3 Inches; E. T. Glass. Yale, 44 feet,
and J. Q. Tingley, Harvard, 43 feet 1
In the pole Vault D. R. Horton. Prince
ton: W. McLanahan, Yale, and H. L.
Gardiner, Syracuse, cleared U fet 3 Inches)
W. Squires, Williams, snd W. M. Adrlance,
Yale, also qualified at 11 feet 2 Inches.
The following men qualified In the run
ning high lump at 5 feet MVfr Inch's: R. P.
Kornan. Harvard: N. B. Tooker, Princeton i
O. P. Servian, Jr.. Cornell; W. O. Lowe,
Syracuse, ana J. k. Atexannr. Syracuse.
Those who qualified In the hammer throw i
were: F. R. Wile. Princeton. feet S i
inches: C. Van Duyn, Syracuse, in! feet 6S !
Inches; t. M. Harris, ynie, 4Z reet 10
Inches; T. L. Rhevlln. Yale. JW feet 5
Inches, and W. T. Piper, Harvard, 132 feet
In the running hroad Jumn the following
nuallfled: A. T. Foster, Amherst, and W.
P. Hubbard. Amherst, tied at 21 feet 9
Inches; H. W. Bowman. Yale. 21 feet 4
Inches; W. S. Fulton, Yale. 21 feet 4 Inches,
and J. L. Grimes, Princeton, 21 feet 3
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Plater Wins the Pntchosrne Stakes at
IKevr York, bnt by Only a
NEW YORK. May 29-PIater. carrying
most of the money and hard ridden, won
the Patchogue stakes at Gravesend today
The Musketeer and Plater ran almost head
and nead the entire distance, the latter
horse beating the Farrell sprinter by a
short head. Fuller, the rider of The Mus
keteer, made a claim of foul, which was
dismissed. Only one favorite won. The
weather was cool and the track fast. Re
sults: First race, about six furlongs, selling:
Right and True won, Irish Jewel second.
Neither One third. Time: 1:10 2-6.
Second race, mile and a furlong: Golden
Maxim won. Carbuncle second, River Pirate
third. Time: 1:63 2-6. 1
Third race, mile and seventy yards:
Akela won, Mackey Dwyer second, Stroller
third. Time: 1:46 2-5.
Fourth race, The Patchogue stakes, about
six furlongs: Plater won. The Musketeer
second. Operator third. Time: 1:09.
Fifth race, Ave furlongs: Seymour won.
Collector Jeesup second, Tim Payne third.
Time: 1:00 2-5.
Sixth race, about six furlongs: Damon
won. Many Thanks second, Triste third.
Seventh race, about six furlongs, selling:
Roue won, Highlander second, Courtmuld
third. Time: 1:10 3-6.
CHICAGO, May 2S.-At Hawthorne today
but two favorites were successful. The
other four events went to second choices
and outsiders. Weather cloudy and cool;
track slow. Results:
First race, four half furlongs: Sol Smith
won. Ida Davis second, Soldier of Fortune
third. Time: 0:68.
Second race, one mile: Calba won. Sherry
second. Anlmula third. Time: 1:60.
Third race, six furlongs: Epicure won,
Tom Maybin second, Floyd K third. Time:
Fourth race, one mile: Airtight won,
Flying Torpedo second, Ths Forum third.
Fifth race, one snd one-sixteenth miles;:
Lampoon won. Kl Ghor second, Sidney Sab
bath third. Time. 1:57.
Sixth race, alx half furlongs: Safeguard
won, Mary Moors second. Jet third. Time:
BP. IXH'IS. May 2D. A heavy rain last
ntunt made the fair grounds track a sea
of mud today. Not a favorite succeeded
In reaching the wire flrat, second choice
and outsiders going through th entire
curd. Light Opera won the feature, ths
fourth ruce. in a drive from Lady Stratn-
mote. the outsider In the betting. Burke
Cochran, ranging from So to loo to 1, won
the third race at a mile, beating Dr. Kier
a no.e on the wire. Burke Coi hran- was
much the Dent, coming from behind, and
won going away. Track muddy. Results:
Flrxt race, four and one-half furlongs,
furse: Tom Kiley won, Rhyme 'and
(eason second, Getchel third. Time:
Second race, six furlongs, selling: Fan
nie Knox won, Katie Gibbons second. Aline
third. Time: 1:19.
Third race, one mile, purse: Burke Coch
ran won. Dr. Kler second, Deulachland
third. Time: 1:46V,.
Fourth race, one mils and an eighth,
handicap: Light Opera won. Lady Sirath
more aecond, Soulhbreese third. Time:
Fifth race, six furlongs: Maverick won,
Boodler second, Countess Clara third.
Sixth race, seven furlongs, purse: Echo
dale won. Sweet Dream second, Jaks
Weter third. Time: 1 324.
CINCINNATI. May 29.-Th steeplechase
at Latonia today was marred by an excit
ing accident. In going over the first Jump
Dagmar and Balloon bumped Into each
othrr and the riders were thrown several
feet In the air. McClure, Dagnmr's rider,
wa daahed against a tru. but very fortu
nately ecapd with a five-Inch scalp
wound. Whitcomh. Balloon's rider, escaped
without Injury. Sherln was the only win
ning favorite. The surprise of the day was
Avoldsky. at to 1. Weather pleasant;
track slow. Results:
first face, ess tolls; I. la Moors woo.
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1322 Farnam St., Joycox Cigar store, 206 14th St., Black the
Hatter, 107 S. 1 6th St.. Beaton Drug Store, iSth and Farnam,
Merchant's Drug Store, 16th and Howard, Tracy Cigar Store,
1523 Douglas St., Gallagher Cigar Store, 408 N. 24th St.,
S. Omaha, W. 8. Balduff, 1520 Farnam St., Calumet 1411
Douglas St. '
Covalt's Famous Band
And Hundreds of Amusement Features.
to Grounds IvU
Prof. Nordine's celebrated Orchestra
16 PIECES Afternoon and Evening,
FRIES BROS. AND LADY,
BARREL JUMPERS AND TRAPEZE ARTISTS. .
PROF. SAIVI MURPHY,
TRIPLE BALLOON ASCENSIONS AND RACES.
Switchback Railway for the Little Ones.
All Sorts of Amusements.
The Best Resorts at which to Spend the Decoration Day Holiday,
Moyle second, Kentucky Muddle third.
Second race, four and it half furlonars:
Ocyrohe won. H. Luehrmnnn dr. second.
Dr. CarUedffe third. Time: 0:56V
intra race,, six furlongs: Avoid won,
Ollphant second. Bardolph third. Time;
f ourth race, steeplechase, short course:
Nlnos won, Governor Boyd second, Phos
phorus third. Time: 'i:&TV4.
Fifth race, six and a half furlonesi
Esherln won, Bella Mahone second, 11 Mar
iner thlre. Time: 1:22.
Sixth raoe, one tnlie: Shotgun won, Lan
dola second, Flaneur' third.. Time: 1.43V
t ,1 -
Base Ball at Field Club.
The following; Is the1 lineup for ball games
at the Field club today. First Kama called
at 2 o'clock:
Field Club. . Position. C. K. mt
Abbott First base Harrison
Reed Leflfleld Welch
noagiana ienterneia Lafrerty
VanCnmp Rlghtfleld Platncr
Chambers Third base Brown
Malone Shortstop Foran
Knox Second base Anderson
Clark Pitcher.... Knight
Martin Catcher Hathaway
Field Club. ) Position. Hollys.
A. Rogers Shortstop Foley
B. Rogers First base Campbell
Tippery Second base Hawkins
Kennard Third base Schrador
Seaman Catcher cini,-
Martin Pitcher..' Baker1
Allen Centerflold W. Mullen I
Lund Rlghtfleld J. Mullen !
Warner Leftfield Donahue
Ivlnenp (or Colleare Game.
Crelghton university and the University
of Nebraska will meet this afternoon on
Crelghton field to compete for the state
honors in college base ball. Both teams
have been putting up a superior came.
Bleachers have been placed along the west ,
side of the field and everything is In prep- 1
aratlon to handle a large crowd of admirers !
and rooters ror tne two teams. Harry
Welch will pitch for Crelghton, while Belt
ser, the star, will twirl for Nebraska. The
Nebraska. Position. Crelghton.
Gour Centerfleld Cassldv
Schlem' I.eftfield Kehoe
Stein - Rlghtfleld Lanlsun
Hood Third base Crelghton
Townsend Second base Lynch
Wilson First base Prendergast
Johnson Shortstop Callahan
Beltzer Pitcher Welch
Bender Catcher O'Keefe
Armours Versus t'urtahys.
Below Is the lineup for the game to be
played today between the teama of Armour
& Co. and the Cudahy Packing company.
The game will be played on the Jetter
J rounds. South Omaha, and will be called at
Armour. Poaltlon. Cudahy.
Tonneman Catcher Hamilton
Sullivan Pitcher Mcllale
McManns First base White
Lynch Second base Brown
C'ahill Third base Badura
Parker Shortstop McConnell
Plainer Leftfleld....'. Perkins
Bonnell Centerfleld Nelson
Shanahan Rlghtfleld Stbtl
With th. Bowler.
In a tenpln contest on Clark's alleys last
night I. 8. Hunter, C. R. Griffiths and
Charles French were defeated by H. D.
Reed. M. R. Huntington and W. H. Emery.
Reed - lf)
2d. Sd. Total.
183 166 WO
1.4 loS C'4
161 166 673
512 44 l.SM
2d. Sd. Total.
2H ltf 631
ITS 168 655
1S3 164 45
W 4S7 1,MK
Exeter Wlna froirFrlend.
EXETER, Neb., May 23. (Special.)
Friend waa defeated by Exet.-r In an inter
esting ball game here yesterday afternoon.
One home run was made by Exeter The
score was 12 to 1 In favor of Exeter, Friend
making Its one score through an error on
third base. Batteries: Friend, Page and
WhltOomb; Exeter, Hammond and Ander
son. Challeaaj la Declined.
vrw vonK Mav S9 Chairman Bherrlll
of the graduate committee on track athlet-
les at Vale announced today that a chal
England, for an athletic meet between the
two universities had been declined.
College Base. Ball.
At Cambridge Harvard, I: Georgetown. T.
At Chicago Chicago, 36; Oberlln, 11.
At Kalamasoo, Mich. Kalamasoo College,
4; Northwestern Lnlversiiy, L
Lake Msnawa, ths best of all resorts.
opens to ths public today. Don't fall to
attend the opening.
Mars Mar Be Inhabited.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., May 19 Regarding
the announcement from Prof, percival
Lowell of the lxwell ot.aervatory at Flag
staff, Arts., that a brilliant projection hud
bfen discovered on the planet Mars, the
aeneral belief In Cambridge Is that Prof.
Lowell very likely saw a cloud. If this
were true it would indicate an atmosphere,
snd this In turn would wake 11 ftrtrSalbls lor
Mars to bs Inhabited.
TRADE CONDITIONS ARE FAIR
E. 0. Dun & Oc.'s Weekly Review Beporta
IRON AND STEEL ESPECIALLY LOOK UP
Demand for Ralls Is Attain Growlag
Vrgent and Next Year's Prices
Art Now Being; Considered
by Hill Owners.
NEW TORK, May 29.-R. O. Dun 4k Co.'s
Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will
Weather conditions have Improved as re
gards the staples, although considerable
losses have occurred In garden truck and
other minor farm products at the east
owing to drouths. Weather conditions are
still the most disturbing factors In the sit
uation, and It Is difficult to anticipate how
far distribution of merchandise will bs af
fected. Structural material of a'.l kinds Is moving
slowly because of strikes In the building
trades, which are now experiencing more
widespread Influence than other disagree
ments. At the east the trade situation Is sat
isfactory as a rule. Railroad earnlnga thus
far reported for May were 12.8 per cent
larger than last year and surpassed those
of 1!U by 25.8 per cent.
After many weeks of depression trans
actions in pig Iron were completed, In
volving a heavier tonnage than was gen
erally anticipated and showing but a small
decline In price. Some decline was to be
expected, and only by a readjustment of
quotations can this Industry maintain ths
activity for which enlarged facV.lt les pro
vide. Demands for steel rails have again
become urgent, particularly from the col
liery roads and mills that have been mak
ing billets. As practically all this year's
output has been Sold the question of quota
tions in 19i4 is under consideration.
Structural steel Is stil! adversely affected
by labor disagreements In the building
trades', but In the Iron and steel Industry
there have been numerous settlements and
few serious conflicts are In progress. Un
der the new tlnplate scale an Increased out
put Is provided, and the mills are fully
occupied with larpe ordKrs on hand. Nev
ertheless, tin declined through liquidation
Nominally the average of quotations for
cotton goods Is higher than a week ago,
but actually the situation is scarcely al
tered. An artificial situation exists as to
cotton goods that Is complicated, by labor
controversies and the weather. The very
islltfht improvement In men's wear woolens
and worsteds Is not consistent with reports
of a g'od business In fall clothing.
New England footwear factories are busy
on fall contracts, but few aupplementary
orders have been received. leather sells
freely, hemlock sole being In great de
mand for western footwear manufacturers.
Domestic hides again average higher, with
notable strength In hides. Supplies of win
ter and ear'y spring saltings are abundant,
but there Is no surplus of better qualities
now coming forward. Increased receipts
of foreign dry hides have not depressed
'"Failures this week numbered 206 In ths
Vnlted States, sgainst 1M last year, and 7
In Canada, compared with 20 a year ago.
AH BH ADSTREET'S BEES IT.
Business Awaits Result of Three Fac.
tors. Crop, Labor and Prices.
NEW YORK. May 29. Bradstreefs to
morrow will say:
Wholesale trade awaits crop, labor and
price developments. Too much rain Is re
ported for western crops, but particularly
for corn, the planting of which Is still de
layed. The Iron situation has been partially
cleared up this week by the buying by the
leading Interest of SS.OiO tons of Iron at a
firloe uikiiTc below nominal quotations of
rist week. The sale was on a bssl of J1S.50
valley furnaces, at $19.35 at Pittsburg. A
sale of lU.ueO tons for Jun dulivery has
brought a hUher price. The tendency
toward readjustment of prices of Iron Is
also shown In the reduction of 25c to 50c
per ton at seaboard markets. Larue buyers
at Chicago say thev will take hold st con
cesslona. Some resales of Imported steel
hlllats are noted at fractional concessions,
but the steel market la still strong as a
whole. Structural material is In good de
mand, notwithstanding labor troubles. Old
Iron and steel have been reduced In price.
Ths outlook as to the country's export
trade Is by no means depressing. Exports
of manufactured goods for the month of
April were only twice exceeded In, the
Cotton goods manufacturers have mt
ths advance In raw material of nearly 2Vte
per lb. with advances In bleached cottons
and ginghams. Buvera. however, are slow
to take hold at the higher prices. A rather
better movement In men's wear woolens Is
noted at the east, but worsteds are slow.
Women's dresa woolens are firm on a
steadv business and the raw material Is
also firm, but sa suntilles to select from
are limited, the quotations are largely nom
Irsl. Wheat. Including flour, exports for the
week endlp Mp.v ? aggregate 4.T7 " bu .
against S.2M.375 last week and $.i0.C46 In
this week last yesr. Wheat exports sine.
July 1 aggregate 2.$T1 S11 bu analnst ?tv
4'4 46-t last seas in snd 191 . in 194).
Cora sxport MSrsgats 1.179, T to., against
CITIES. Amount. Ino. Deo.
1.R41.1S6 last week, 71,478 a year ago and
2,037,643 In 1901. For the fiscal year exports
are 61.436.&41 bu.. against 25,900,579 last sea
son and 165,159.107 In 1901.
Business failures In the United States for
the week ending with May 28 number 101,
against 155 last week, 163 in the like week
of 1902. 144 In 1901. 135 In 1900 and 129 In 1S99.
In Canada, failures for the week number
16. as compared with 10 last week and 8 in
ths corresponding week last year.
WEEKLY EA.-.K. CLEARINGS.
flnniniarr of Business Transacted by
the Associated nam, "
NEW YORK, May 29.-Ths following
table, compiled by Bradstreet, shows ths
bank clearings at ths principal cities for
ths week ended Msy 28, with the percent
age of Increase and decrease as compared
with ths corresponding: week last year:
San Francisco ....
Kansas City ......
Salt Lake City ....
I Portland. Ore. ..
Spokane, Wash. ..
Grand Kapids ....
Wheeling. W. Va.
Fargo. N. D
Greenaburg. Pa. ..
Rockford. 111. .....
Pprlngrteld. O. ...
Blximlngton, 111. .
Moux Ftlls. S. D.
Jacksonville. 111. .
Fremont, Neb. ...
Charleston, S. C.
Totals, U. S. ..
Outside N. Y
1,6 10, 466
2"4 "!.' '.
Horace E. Adams.
HOOPER, Neb., May It. (Special.)
Horace Ezra Adams, cashier of the First
National bank of Hooper, died at his home
here at 9:30 o'clock this morning. Mr.
Adams left the bank on May 11 and took
to his bed with la grippe. His condition
was not considered serious until a few
days ago, when . paralysis of, the bowels
set In. He 1 was conSclesa tu. tlaMMt.ad
suffered no pain and would not believe It
when told that the end was -near. Ths do
ceased wss a Shrtner and besides hla busi
ness hers was associated with hla brothsr
In the lumber business at Geneva. Mr.
Adams was born In Monroe, Wis., October.
1859, and before coming to Hooper , in 1899
was cashier of the Bank of Geneva and
also cashier of the St. Edwards bank for
four years. He was married In 1883 at
Geneva to Miss Francis H. Perigo, and be
sides the widow are two daughters, 19 and
17 years of age, and one son, 15 years of
age. There are also two brothers, John 8.
Adams of Geneva and George W. Adams of
Algona, la. The funeral services Sunday
afternoon, will be In charge of the Masons.
Mr. Adamls was recently elected vice presi
dent of Group S of the Nebraska Bankers'
G. A. Kennard.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Msy J9.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) George A. Kennard of St. Joseph,
brother of Frank B. Kennard of Omaha,
died In New York City yesterday after
noon. Mr. Kennard was until last March,
when hs left for the east, at the head of
ths George A. Kennard Grocery company,
a wholesale concern of this city.
His wife and 14-year-old daughter Agnes
were with him In New York. Mr. Kennard
lived In Nebraska in a small town near
Omaha until twenty-seven years ago. when
he cams to St. Jossph. He was 53 years
Kt. John, N. B
Victoria, B. C.
Totals. Csnada ..1$ 60,$1.04 8.1
(Balances paid In cash. 1Not Included In
totals liecauso of no comparison for last
year. Not Included In totals because con
taining other items than clearings.
Prof. Nordln's celebrated orchestra at
Courtland Beach today.
COl'RTLAND BEACH OPENS.
Beantlfol, Remodeled and Fntlrely'
Rejnvenated, Thla Popular
Resort Opens Today.
Courtland Beach, Omaha's refuse from
the torrid summer weather, will be form
ally opened for ths season today. In its
beautified, rebuilt and renovated condi
tion ths old place will hardly bs recog.
nlzed by old patrons. Courtland Beach
never presented so Inviting an appearance
as it does this season. The vast lawns
are covered with a thick, velvety carpet of
verdure and the treea In ths groves are
leafed out nicely, making Ideal spots for
the children to play and romp and for
picnic parties. The laks Is brimful of
water of a cryr.tal purity. J. A. Griffiths,
who handled the beach last sesson. Is again
Its directing head. He has furnished much
for the amusement and comfort of patrons.
The customary park and outdoor amuse
ment adjuncts, such as merry-go-rounds,
bowling alley, shooting galleries, swing,
teeters and ths like. If one be of an ath
letic turn of mind he may play tennis, goU,
baae ball or any other athletic sport, as
ample field spars has been set asMe' for
theae purpoaes. The switchback railway,
which has proven so popular with pa'rons
In the past, has been Improved upon and
Is now more Inviting than ever. It Is the
only gravity riding device In the west.
The bathing beach has been put In a more
Inviting connlllon and appliances for water
sports have been added. The fleet of boat
of all descriptions are In ths pink of con
dition. Refreshments will bs served t!s season
in both the cafe and on ths verandahs of
Prof. Nordtne's celebrated orchestra or
sixteen pieces will furnish the music. Bal
loon, ascensions will be made by Prof. Sam
Murphy and his two assistants dally. Bal
loon races and sensational rarachute drops
will be featurea.
The Krlere brothers snd lady, daring bar
rel Jumpers and trapese artists, will glvs
exhibitions sfternoon and evening. Sher
man avenue cars run direct to bea-h w.th
Droad and Mowatt Drsn,
NEW ORLEANS. Msy 29-Kld Broad
and Tommy Mowatt fought ten rounds be
fore the Southern Athletic eluh tonight
They weighed In at $ o'clock at 12$ pounri
They put up u clean, fust snd scentltlj ,
battle and It was declared a draw by
Referee Kd Vlolett, to the satlf faction of
For Sale Due bill on ope of the Lest New
York City hotels at a good tiscounC A4
dress 64. cars Omul, a Bee.
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