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THE OMAITA DAILY JVEEt MONDAY, JUNE 8, in03.
HS INNINGS OF UOT . BALI
'Omaha ni DanTsr Well EnterUia Bis
MILTON FINALLY BREAKS THE KOODOO
ritehea PrMIr Bait and liwttli B.
raaae Hla Racking Rata Wall at
Critical Tines Daring;
While ,000 paopla wildly cheered Omaha
won from Danger In th tenth Inning yes
terday fcjr a acora of to t. Until tha sev
enth Inning; It waa Omaha'a game without
a doubt and" the Grlnlles had gotten but
one mlt oft of Mllton'a delivery and then
they started In. Tha eighth proved to be
Omaha a bad Inning though. Through
combination of errors, a gift and three hit
four rune were scored- by Denver. With
the exception of the alith Inning Lempke
waa effective, keeping Omaha'a hlta well
scattered and receiving good support. All
in all. It waa a championship exhibition.
Denver started In atrong In tha tint In
ning after two men were out, Jones singled
to right and made second on Dolan's fum
ble of Ilartsel't warm grounder. Then
Milton pitched a wild one and both runners
advanced a bane, but McHale knocked a
hard ona out In middle that Oenlna gath
ered In after a sensational run. That was
Denver' only chance for six Innings and
Ita only hit as well. -Omha gathered
one run In In the first Inning. Carter began
the trouble wth a single and Qenlns sac
rificed him on one. Shugart flew out to
right field, but Carter gained another base
on It. When Dolan came to bat he pounded
out a hot one Into left field, but was caught
at aecond trying to stretch It. Carter had
wandered In with a tally.
Lata of Omaha Tallies,
In the fifth the Rourkltes got another
chip after two men were out, Oondlng
was on first and there were two strlkbs on
Carter. The twister that T,empke unloosed
was a wild one and Carter struck at
It and sprinted. In the meantime "Jawnle'
waa running like a democrat In Georgia at
a national election ana ne was resting on
third when the ball had been found aatn
Oenlna unllmbered hla guna for action, but
did not fire a ihot, as Carter started for
second and Oondlng came home while the
Urlxxllra were fooling with Nick.
Napoleon Oenlns started the sixth with
a nice clean single Just outside of the
southpaw's right hand, Shugart scratched
and Dolan did likewise. With three on
lase, then' Delehanty let Wright's drive go
through him and two runa trickled In, while
. Dolan landed on third. Preston tried to
bunt and popped out to Lempke. Then
Mickey singled and another run clambered
in. It did not seem that the Rourkcltes
could be stopped, but Oondlng failed to get
liia bunt -down on the ground and Patter
on doubled Hlckey out at llrst unassisted.
With a clear lead at the end of the sixth
Omaha let Denver get In a run the neyt
Inning Hlckey fumbled Ilartset' grounder
and McHale' singled. Hartzel gained an
other base then, when Patterson flew out
to Carter arfd came In, while they were
r elding hatttmer out af first.- That was all
for that Inning, but the seventh was the
' lucky one for Denver. Delehanty walked
and Whltrldge flew out. Jones swung at
tha ball and It went down toward Wright,
ho gathered It In and threw It to Dolan.
Dolan let it get away and Del got clear to
third. Then Hlckey handled Hartiels
grounder alowly and waa too late to get
anyone out at second when he tried, and
Delehanty had aet hla foot on the home
sack. McHale brought In two more with
a three-bagger between Carter and Oenlns
and scored a minute later on RadclllTe's
single. The score was tied and the game
grew to fever heat.
of the First.
It "was tha last of tha tenth and Carter
waa first man up. They had scored in the
first and began to try It again. Ha dupli
cated his hit and' Oenlna sacrificed htm on
again and ha reached third on Shugart'
long fly. Dolan waa the man it hung on
and he Immediately drew a clean singlo be
tween third and short and the game was
This Is ladles' day and Incidentally the
last game on the home ground for nearly
a month. Score:
Carter, rf t 1
Oenlna, rf.... 8 1
fchugart. 2b I 1
Del. .ii. as t 1
Wright, lb A
i Preston, If 4 0
Mickey, 3b 4 0
le will tell you
That barley. malt is a
half-digested food, as good
as food can be.
That hops are an ex
That the little alcohol In
beer only 84 per cent
is an aid to digestion.
But he will tell you that
beer must be protected
from germs, and brewed
in absolute cleanliness. ,
He'll say, too, that age
is important, for age brings
Without it, beer ferments
on the stomach, causing
Schlitt beer is brewed with all
precaution. It is the recoe-
tkited standard all tha world
txrer.becauMotiu purity. -
Aikfyrtk Bmnn tattling.
Pnoaatll. Osaka Braaak
tu aoaui U1 bk U
tU UX4 UAI UASI IUL8UUU
J ' Jiu If ((dQ
11 30 15
I- ttlmer, c.
( x 11
xPreston out for foul bunt on third strike.
axTwo men out when winning run was
Kuna by innings:
Omaha 1 0011000 1-4
Denver 0000014 0-5
Hits by Innings:
Omaha I 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 1 3-11
Denver 1 0 0 0 0 0 I a o o
Karned runa: Omaha.. 1; Denver. 2.
Three-base hit: McHale. Sacrifice hits:
Oenlns 2. First bne on balls: Oft Milton,
8: off Lempke. 1. Struck out: By Milton, K;
by Lempkc, 1. IJouule plays: uarier to
Wright; Patterson, unassisted. ' Wild
jltclies: Milton, i; l-empae, i. irn in
.aaes: Omaha. S: Denver, 7. Time of
game: 1:36. Umpire: urennan.
Ragged Fielding Loses Uame,
DES MOINB.3. June 7. Ragged fielding
lost today's game for Des Moines. Colo
rado Springs showed up in much better
form than yesterday. Attendance, 6.00U.
Colo. Snrlnea...O 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 38 2
Des Molne 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 02 7
flatteries: ' Des Moines. Cushman 'and
Font; Colorado Springs, McNeely and Star-
I aspire la Bionoea.
PEORIA, June 7. Today' game termin
ated In an attack on Umtilre Kelly. The
trouble arose over a Questionable decision
at second base, which probably prevented
the tying or the score. Keny was noi
seriously Injured. The game was fast from
start to finish. Attendance, 4,000. Score:
Kansaa City ..0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 03 (1
Peoria 0 0 Z o o o-z z
Batteries: Peorln, Hart and Wilson;
Kansaa City, Nichols and Ulrlch.
Milwaukee Takea Two.
MILWAUKEE. June 7. Nearly S.000 per
sona saw the opening of the Western
league season here today when the Mil
waukee team defeated 8t. Joseph In both
games. The games were full of exciting
First game: .
Milwaukee 2 1 1 I 0 1 0 0 i 13 it
ry. Joseph 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02 4
Batteries: Milwaukee, McPherson and
Lucia; Ht. Joseph, Olade and McConnell.
Milwaukee 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 ti 4
Bt. Joseph 2 0100000 11 81
Batteries: Milwaukee, Kenna and Lucia;
Bt Joseph, Chinn and Garvin.
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Colorado Springs... 3i 25 It .7f8
Milwaukee M 16 11 .677
Kansas City Vt la 13 .fcM!
es Molina 311 14 1) .7
Denver 3:1 16 18 .4o6
Omaha 2S U 15 .4:3
Peoria &i ID 14 .34
Bt. Joseph 27 10 17 .370
Oames today: Denver at Omaha. Colo
rado Springs at Dea Moines, St. Joseph at
Milwaukee, Kansaa City at Peoria.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago's Rtnge Fright Allows New
Vork to Walk Away with
CHICAOO. June 7. The locals had an
other bad case of stage fright today, were
rattled both In the neld and on oases.
and dropped the fourth straight game to
the leaders. Their bsse running was so
dumb that In one inning the three singles,
a gift and a two-bagger gave them but
one run. Attendance, 23,000. Score:
NBW YORK. I CHICAGO.
Browas. rf. .
Ill 0 Harlrr. rf.... 1111
Brvanahan, at I
MrOana. lb., i
111 nlaglci. If.... 1 1 1
I II OChanaa. lb... 1 111 0 0
II 0 Jnnea. ct 0 1 I 1 4
Marts. If.... I
ttabb. aa 1
III 0 Tinker, .... ft I I 0 0
Laudar lb... 0
111 0'iy. tb,.. 0 0 4 1 1
Gilbert, lb... 0
McOinnltr, p. I
til 0 Bt, lb 0 1 I I 0
4 14 O'KNns. t 414
111 0'Wtckar, p... 4 0 0 1
MincfM. .. 1 14 10
I 14 II U o x Raub 0 1 0 0 0
I ' Totals ... 4 10 27 15
x Batted for Mencfee In ninth.
New York 0 0 4 2 0 0 8 0 0-9
Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0-1
Left on baaes: New York, 8; Chicago, 8.
xwo-base nits: t nance Vit. Mcuann, BauD,
Lauder, Menefee. Three-base hit: livers.
Stolen bases. Chance, Lvers, Vlresnahan.
Double play: King to Evers. Struck out;
By Wicker. 1: by Menefee. 3: by McOinnltr.
2. Busea on balls: Off Wicker, 2; off Men
efee, 2; off McOlnnlty. 4. Hit with bull;
Babb. Time: 2; 12. Umpire: Emslle.
Errors Coat Cincinnati Gam.
CINCINNATI. June 7.-Clnclnnatl lost to
day's game by errors In the tenth. Wol-
verton was put out of the game and or
dered off the grounds for diSDUtlna: t
decision. Attendance, 8,000. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. I CINCINNATI.
R.H.O.A.B. I R.H.O.A.B.
Thomaa. cf.. 1 0 14 4 Kollar. lb... 0 0 10 1 I
Wolrnrton. ib 0 I I 0 Seymour, cf.. t 1 0 i
Hallmaa, tb.. 0 0 0 0 Don I In. rf.... 0 0 10:
Kalatar. rf..,0 110 0 Sttlnftld, Ib. 0 0 0 8 1
tioiiilaa, lb.. 0 0 11 t 0 Corroraa, ta.. 0 11:
Barry. If 0 Maauen. lb.. 1 1 4 I !
Huliwit. a... lit ocrasan. II ... lit
Olaaaoa, tb... I I Berian, a... 0 0 I I 0
Boin. a 1 4 1 1 Hann, p 1
ToUla ... I 4 W II
11 Tola la ... 1 8 SO U
0VUUU01U 0 1
Magoon. Struck out: By
Hahn. a; by Fraaer, 4.
Time: 1:66. Cm
Divide Games Between Thena.
BT. LOUIS. June 7 fit. lnla and
Brooklyn broke down on a double header
here today, HU Louis wtnnlnc the tlrat
game by 4 to 2 and Brooklyn the second
; oy to 4. in the A rut Duuleavy, Dono
van's Toronto recruit was ffootlve, letting
the vl.iilora down with four hlta. Evans.
who pitched for Brooklyn, was hit har-i
at times. Hraln pulled oft two pretty base
plays in the first contest.
In tha second game the St. Louis team
lost through wretched fielding, having
seven errors tallied against them. Ot
these left fielders Uarciay Is charged w1tn
three. Garvin, who. pitched lor the
lirooklyns In the second game, was hit In
the guin by a batted ball by Currie and
temporarily disabled, lie revived In a few
momenta and gamely continued hla work
until the end of the e glitli inning, when
ne waa reuuvea by Schmidt. Attendance,
ii. uw. ocorea:
ST. LOUIS. . BROOKLYN.
H H O. A. E l K.U.O.A B
18ir.ni. ib.... 0
Rmoot. cf . ...
Dobba. cf.... 4
i Willlaraa. aa.
J. O NallL a.
0 0 0 0
1 4 M II
4 I 17 11 1
Bt. Louis l
0 0 1 4
o o o 1-:
Karned run: St. Louis. 1. Two-haaa hlta
Williams, uuiueavy, liackett, Uahieu. Sac
rifle hits: Hmoot, Hraln. Evans. Stolen
bases: Hmoot, J. O'Neill (2). Hit by pitched
iii: ry r.vans, l. rirst Daae on balls
lire Iunkavy, 4; off Kvans, 5. Struck out
ry iunieavy, i; oy Lvn, i. La-rt on
buses: Bl. Uoula. s; LI rook yn. S. Time
i:so. umpire: iiouuay.
KM. OA. El
Strang, lb... 10 11
1 Farall. lb .
Sberkar. If.. I I
Itonovaa, rf .. o
twbba. cf 1 0 1 0
0 Smott, cf
Brala. tb 1
H..k.li. ib.. 1
William., aa. 1
O'Nalll. c. 1
Currla, p . . . .
MoCraaala. rf I 0 0 0
lxyia. lb.... 1 I 10 I
, 1 4
Ritt.r, a ...
0 10 0
0 I M. O'N.ll ..
.. I I la 1.
a i ii a i
xit. O'Neil batted for Currie In eighth.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 8 0 1 1 14
6t. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1-4
Two-base hits: Hackett. Williams
Eheckard. Thre-baae bits: Sheckard, J
O'Neil. brain. Sacrifice hit: Garvin passed
ball: J. O'Neil. Stolen base: Sheckard.
Hit by pitched ball: By Currie, 3. First
base on balls: Off Garvin, 2; off Currie. 4;
I oft Rhuadea, 1. Struck out: By Currie. 2;
by Garvin, 8; by Schmidt. 2. Left on bases:
I 81. Louis. 4; Brooklyn. I. Inning pitched:
Uy Currie. 8; by Khoadea. 1; by Garvin. 8:
by Schmidt. 1. Hits: Oft Currie. ft; off
Hhoadea, 1; off Gurvin, ; oft Schmidt, .1.
Time: 2:00. Umpire: Holllday.
Stand taag of the Tea at a.
Plaved. Won.' Lost.
New York 41 30 13
Chicago 46 ) U
Pittaburg 47 lal 17
bf.ooia ii a &
Cincinnati 41 1 JS ."9
Ronton w J7 S3 I
Philadelphia 4n 12 S .
St. Louts 4K 13 U .2-3
Oames tortav: Boston at Chicago. Brook
lyn at Cincinnati. New York at St. Loula,
Philadelphia at Pittsburg-
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Toledo Takea m Wet One from the
I alnrky Minneapolis
TOLEDO. June 7. Toledo won a prwttlly
plaved game todav by hilling Kntoll op
portunely. Rain fell lntrmittlngly and
the field was wet and aloppy. Attendance
x Relating batted for Smith in the ninth
xxOne out when winning run was madf.
TOLEDO. ' . MINNEAPOLIS.
H.H.O.A g I R.HCA.r.
W. Smith, rf. 1 110 V-Oearr. ft. I
nm4rd, cf. .
But lr. e... 1
Owrr.t, 2b ...
Marrfcn. H. . 1
x fielding ...
111 fpwiwr lb... I III I I
t Ln. if l t i
t II IK Smltn. rf . 1 1
t t 1 Yar, e t 4 1
11 OMiImrre. lb. I t I I
1 4 0 MirMn. tb... 1 I 4 0
114 0 nyl.r. aa 4 i 1
110 Katoll. r-
Totals ... t 10i2 IT I
To)ala ... I Hill 1
Toledo .....0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 13
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02
Two-base hits: Owens, W. Smith. Mc
Intyre. Martin. Sacrifice hit: Ulanken
shlp, Mclntyre. Base on balls: Off Alia
man. 3; off Katoll. 5. Struck out: By Alle
man, ; by Katoll, 5. Double plays: Mar
tin to Oyler to Spooner. Left on bHses:
Toledo, 3; Minneapolis, 7. Hit by pitched
ball: Owena. Time: 1:40. Umpire: tore
man. Mllwaokeo Uoea tnder.
LOUISVILLE. June 7. The local de
feated Milwaukee by all-round better play
ing today. Attendance, i.OU). Score:
LOUI3V1LL I MlLWAt'KEB
Kerwia. rf... 1
4 Punlaary, If.
1 poaahua. lb..
0 Phyla, aa
0 Wood, e
0 Hemphill, cf,
0 t'nalaub. lb.,
1 Dunga. rf..,
0 0 10 0
I I 1
Odw.ll. tt. ...
0 10 0
chrlver. e. .,
0 0 0
0 0 0
1 I I
blldi, ti ... ,
Tata la .
4 10 IT 11 Ii Totala ... I IIT1I I
t 0 0 10 111 0
0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0-1
Odwell. Three-base hit:
Etolen bases: Brashear,
Clymer, Donahue. Sacrifice hit: Sciiver.
Douolo play: Schafley to uonanue to
Wood. Left on bases: I-onlsvlll, 6; Mil
waukee, 7. First base on errors: Louis
ville, 2: Milwaukee, 2. First base on balls:
Oft Walker. I. Struck out: By Walker. 1;
by Meredith, B. Hit by pltcnea rau:
Schatley 2, Dungan. Time; 1:65. Um
St. Pant Data Ont Victory.
rnt.t'Wiii-B June 7 R. Paul aaaln bat
ted out a victory from Columbus today and
won easily In a game cut snori uy rani
Attendance, 3.3ti. Score:
ST. PAIX. I COLUMBUS.
P.. 11. O.A.I.
0 14 0 O'Clleaenn.
Totala ... tlOlt 0 l Totala ... 1 I 15 1
St. Paul 0 0 0 6 1 1 0-7
Columbus 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-
Stolen bases: Thoney. Bannon. Sacrifice
hit: Sullivan. First bsse on bans: tin
Wagner, 2: oft Ferguson. 1. Two-base tilts:
Oleason ti'). Wheeler. Home run: Schaffer.
Struck otit: By Ferguson. I. lime; i.oi.
Standing ot the '1 earns.
Played. Won. Ixst
St. Paul 33 ?5
Indianapolis 87 i
Minneapolis 40 1?
Kansas City , J
Louisville r i
Toledo 88 15
r'nlnmbllfl 39 14
Oames today: Kansas City at lrmianap-
olls. Milwaukee at Louisville, Bl. liui ai
Columbus, Minneapolis at Toledo.
OPENING OF-TRI-CITY LEAGUE
tee-Ulnes-Andreesen Team Wlna ion-
teat with th F.aglea nt Booth
Tha, TA.Olass-Andreescn Originals and
the Council Bluff Eagles opened the sea
son of the Trt-Clty league at South Omaha
and put up a nice exhibition. The defeat
of the Eagle was due to their Inability to
land safely on Mcuvams uenum. m im
next ounuay tii uiu-.ia i,...
will play B Jetter brewer at the Vin
ton street park.
The opening of trie season waa cele
brated by a parade of all the teams or tne
league througn tne principal nren. oi
South Omaha, headed by a band of seven
teen pieces, and great enthusiasm was
manifest. The attendance waa favorable
for a successful season. Score:
L. O. A. ORIGINALS.
AB. R. IB. O. A. E.
Bradford. 2b 4
O Keefe. c...
7 21 10
AB. R. IB. O. A.
B. Moore, 2b...
C. Moore, lb...
L. O. A
21 0 4 21 S 8
2 8 0 0 0 11-7
o o o o o o o-a
L. O. A., 3. Two-base hits:
Base on balls: Off Mat-
thewa. 3. Struck out: uy Matthews, ;
by Mcllvuln, 8. Wild pitch: Matthews. 1.
Hit by pitched ball: O' Keefe, Kennedy.
Time: 1:06. Umpire: Kelly.
Amerlraa Lcagno Standing.
Philadelphia 41 24 17
St. Louis S 21 15
Cleveland S 19 17
Chicago 38 20 1 8
Detroit 39 18 21
New York 39 16 23
Washington 3 11 28
Games today: Chicago at Philadelphia,
Bt. Louis at New York. Detroit at Boston,
Cleveland at Washington.
Other Trl-Clty Leagne Games.
The B. Jetters and Ideals and the Cres
cents and Joseph Smiths alsj played at
South Omaha yesterday with scores aa fol
0 0 0 0 0 0 44 8 3
0 0 t 1 0 0-3 t I
Collier and Flnley, Balllnger
Crescents . .
4 1 4 0 0 8 11 4
1 0 0 0 01 3 S
l'roby and Bowler, Hill and
Standing of the Teams
I reacents I
Diets Team Beats Ben Hnra.
The C. N. Diet team defeated the Ben
Hun on tl.e latter grounds Sunday after
noon. Knight pitched a strong game for
the lumbermen, allowing but two hits and
striking out thirteen men.
C. N. Diet 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-2
lien Hura u 0 0 1 o 0 0 0 01
Batteries: C. N. Diets. Hathaway and
ivnignt; Men iiuia. i.yncn ana lurus.
Ten Innings at Kimball.
KIMBALL, Neb., June 7. (Special Tele
gram.) The Kimball Keda d. tested th
Hlues today In ten-liming gime. Score
Batteries: Malrs and Bergman, Dillon
Today's Harlem Entries.
CHICAGO, June 7 Harlem entries for
Monaay: rTve-eignms or a mile: vir
glnia 8ovil; Requlmls, 112; Auditor. 113
Helgeifon, 106: Halp.h touiig, 110; Krek
man. little Wallv. 113: Amansor. F.ataK.
ilJJUh. Uwi leu iUca, IWi atciiifr, atgJjaated a ad bust meaaux.
113: K.d Oulnxherg. 1. Second rai-e. three
fourths of a mii", selling: Prince Wehh.
. Frsnrla M., Hli korv Corners, M;
l-ady Chorister. ; lentil First. I"?;
Jiadra. S7: Fullback. M. MUs Manners, s.
Third, tliree-foirtl'S of a mile, soiling: Hay
don, ?7; Hag Tag. P'7; Anna lieal. M; If
Vou Dare, ill; Hard of Avon, im: The
Forum. 1"4; Charlie Thompson. 109; Marlln.
: Cranium. !. C. H. Campbell. l'. Joe
Martin, 107. Foiirtn, one mile and seventy
yards: Jarkfull, Pi; Pan McMenna, ; Mr
Chesney, 110; Eva O.. W; Hermencla. I"'.!;
Savable, f. Fifth, four furlongs: English
Lad, l'; Maggie Ieher, In:- Myrnmlale,
(: Ma Davis. H ;; Trovalor, ill; S-Hvltim,
112: Susie Christian. 1; Away Right. 9K
Dusty Miller, 10. Sixth, one mile, selllni
Mr. Hiiiele. 7: Mauser. !i: Oli'netx.
Nimble Nag. M; Klovd K., Ii; tur Bessie,
l7: Pirate, lii; Uonugard. f,'; Dutch Prin
cess. Kg; Tawas. W; Lord Touchwood, W);
Nauffrage, 93; Discard fc8.
Kntrles for Detroit Derby.
DETROIT. June 7 The International
Derhv, tl.e feature of the op?nlng day' card
at the Grose Potnte traca to.norrow, has
fourteen entries left from the orlglnnl sev.
entv. Claude l the probable favorite, wltn
Fore and Aft strongly supported. Joseph
A. Murphy will be presiding judge and Jake
H.il I man starter. Ifkll'-utions are for a
heavy and muddy track.
The entries of the derby, which Is for a
puree of IS.OuO, at one and yon quarter
miles, follows: James, F., 1"9 Claude. 127;
Tancres," 117; Airtight. H2; Bolb Franklin,
Sir Gallant, Birch Broom. 112: Fore and
Aft, Reservation, Rightful, 122; Maxey
Bladenthal. Ravel, H'7; Byways, Laura
lighter, 1112. H'5. James and Claude, Daly
entry; Airtight, 8. S. Brown entry; By
way and Blrchbroom, Street entry.
Long Tie Game at West Point.
WKST POINT. Neb, June 7. (Special
Telegram.) A hotly contested ball game
waa witnessed here this afternoon, termi
nating in a tie at the end of thirteen In
nlnga, neither side having scored a run.
It waa wltnesaed by a large crowd, which
waa kept at a fever heat of excitement all
the way. The score: RHE
West Point 0 00000000000 00 J
Beemer OOOOOOOOOOOO u o (
Batteries: West Point. Pacck and Kurl;
Beemer, Bucklln and Thurman.
Yachts Keady for Raeea.
NEW VORK. June 7. The yachts Re
liance and Constitution lay at their m ior
Ings In Sandy Hook bay tonight in readi
ness for the races tomorrow. Tuesday and
Wednesday. Columbia is In dry dock at
Bav Rldge and Its crew were at work
cleaning its underbody tonight. It will
leave the dry dock early In the morning
and will sail in the race tomorrow. Indi
cations are that an opportunity will be
afforded to test the new boat In rough
water under which conditions ii has never
Reserves Win Again,
The Reserves had no trouble In defeating
the Nationals on home grounds yesterday
by a acora of 11 to 2. The feature of the
game waa tha pitching of Lynch, who al
lowed no scores until the ninth inning,
when he was touched up for two tallies.
The Reserves are looking for new worlds
to conquer and would like to hear from
anv other team In the state, the Regents
preferred. Their manager Is Floyd Olass,
JJo7 South Nineteenth street.
Creston Kvens with Bedford.
CRESTON. la., June 7.-(SperlaI Tele-gram.)-About
800 people witnessed Cres
ton again defeat Bedford In a one-sided
game today by 11 to 3. This make an
even break of five games each club has
won from the other.
Batteries: Creston. Ambrose and Cor
betf Bedford, Wilkenson and Zarbaugn.
Games In Three-I Leagne.
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids, 4;
it TVihiimiew Duhuoue. 6: Rock isiana, .
rnrrt Hockrora. s; lieimur,
American Rides Aoatrlan Winner.
VIENNA. June 7. Berevoelgy, owned by
I M niaaknviiB. a wealthy Hungarian, wltn
In the saddle, won me Austrian irn.y m
loo.oon kronen toaay. ine norse wa i.
vortte In the betting.
Kansaa City Victorious.
cuwi.Tjvvit.T.ti; 'Tnd.. June 7. The Kan
ana Cltv American association team de
feated the Bhelbyvllle base ball club to
in:, 18 to 0. "
ch.Hir Xnrmn rams over Sunday even
Im tmm Olnnwood. la., to take back with
him William D. Horn, wanted over there
for horse stealing.
Officer Maloncy reports the loss of a
nlrkel nlated ran and burr off lit rubber-
tired rig. He would like the finder to kindly
return it to him at the pollco station.
Charles Stevens of Twenty-first and Izard
streets fell from a northbound Walnut Hill
car yesterday afUrnoon while returning
from the ball game, and suffered a dls.
placed shoulder and numerous bruises.
nennls Conardon of Elkhorn. Neb., was
arrested on Farnam street last evening by
Letectivea Heitfeldt snd Donahue on a
charge of forgery. The young farmer lad
had forged a check for $10 on his employer,
vienrv tta v. of Elkhorn. and uassea It on
G. H. Goodhead, a saloon keeper of that
T. U Glynn and D. J9. Belden were ar
rested for reckless and fast driving on
6herman avenue. The two men had beon
drinking so that they could not steer clear
nf IM uirk wood's horse and buagy. No
one was hurt, but a badly scared horse
and a broken buggy resulted from their
444 Woman' Coat, 12 W 40 bal
Woman' Coat 4436 Coats made with
triple cape effects are exceedingly becom
ing and exceedingly smart This very ex
cellent model combines that feature with
one of the latest shapes and a novel sleeve
that Is both graceful and comfortable.
The original is mads of black taffeta
fetched with silk and la fa sod with a black
and whit novelty, but all the materials
used for Jackets and coats .ire appropriate,
The coat Is made with loose fronts and
back and la fitted by means of shoulder
and, underarm seams. The triple rapes are
arranged over the shoulders and the straps,
that conceal their edges, are applied on
Indicated linen. The fronts are faced and
can be turned bacg in rorm reve s or
lapped over In doub'e-breastcd stylo, a
shown In the small sketch. The sleeve
are cut In two pieces each and are laid
In turka whlcn are turneii toward one
another to produce the panel effect. The
pockets arc Inverted lu the fronts and
finished with pointed atraps.
Tha quantity of material required for tho
medium alc Is 4"4 yards 27 Inches wide.
24 yards 44 inches wide or 24, yards tt
The waist pattern 4V is cut In sizes for
a 32, 34, 38. 38 and 40-Inch bust measure
For tha accommooatio;: of The B
readers thot-s patterns, whii h usually retail
at from 28 to M rents, will ba furnished at
a nominal price. 10 cents, w hich covers all
expense. In order ta get a pattern enclose
10 cent, give number and nam ex patura
RARE DAY COMES AT LAST
Omaha Taki Its Panama Off to tummer
and Both Bmila.
THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE TAKE AN OUTING
Urat Bright Snndny of the linmtr
' Brings Street Cars, Antomohllea
and Old-Fashioned Vehicles
Into Streaaona Service.
Summer was formally opened in Omaha
yesterday with the claasto tone and color
of a June day. In tha aftermath of two
dismal weeks of rain and eold th sweeter
temper ot natur found a welcoming smile
and a cheerful willingness to rehabilitate
Panamaa, oil the lawn mower and hear
once more the gory chant of the mosquito.
It waa good to feel assured that umbrella
had ceased to ba a point of honor and that
open-work hosiery was really "da trop."
"Therefore," said tha Omaha young man
ttf the Omaha young woman, "la la not
well to bask while th un 1 yet with
usT" It was then a mere matter of get
ting into a transparent shirtwaist and tell
ing mamma ahe wouldn't b home for tha
Sabbath evening lunch.
According to the return submitted by
summer resort managers and other vera
cious person, one-fourth of tha city' adult
population must have thought it too nice
to stay Indoor yesterday. Fully 25.000
must hav used th street car and the
diver places of approved amusement and
recreation. The preachera, when they
gaed from pulpits, saw well filled pewa.
for the morning waa ao bright and lnvlg-'
orating that everyone who help upport
a church thought he ought to ehow a pro
prietary Interest. Whether later on th
churchgoers used the front piaiza or a
livery stable rig didn't matter. In th
morning they went to church.
Some Begin to Count.
At sunup th men who hav money In
vested In open-air amusement enterprise
began to count Imaginary money, while
the afreet car men aald they guessed ther
wasn't any argument, but that a flve-mln-
ute service would have to be. The base
ball fan clucked happily when they
ahaved quite a few hour later, while the
girl began to lay out a program. At
noon those who had not decided where they
were going to spend the afternoon simply
lacked money or were too old or could
not benr to help crowd the street cars.
Everybody elite tepped forth In the 7B-de-gree
temperature Just a oon as Maggie
had served dessert.
Of tha mutative multitude 8,000 went to
the Vinton street park and nw the Omaha
baseball fellow whale Dener: 90 went
to Manawa; a many to Krug park: about
4,000 to Courtland beach, and rome 2,000
to wltnesa the Trt-Clty League open its sea
son In South Omaha with the assistance of
a parade and a brass band. Unattached and
very much attached persons and dog filled
free space at Rlvervlew and Jn Hancom
park. Boyd' theatre waa-Jammed after
noon and evening to learn that Mont
Crlsto won In the end, and the son of Her
man cultivated a picnic at Prela Lake. ,
Go Even to Florence.
Then there were amateur baseball games
galore, each having an enthusiastic follow
ing, men who would rather fish than read
the bible, famllle who think that there
are no prettier drive than can be found
around Omaha and far sighted folk who
went out to look at the boom the new elec
trio railway has trundled Into Florence.
8uch were some of the destination of the
people who forsook their home and spent
their money. Everyone of the outdoor
spot was looking it fairest. In tha
evening aome clouds and some feebl
Imitation at thunder caused the throngs
to wonder whether they had been deceived,
but after dusk a clear sky and a mild moon
made tha night ideal and the senses
soothed and restful. So tha crowds at
Manawa, Courtland beach and Krug park
kept Increasing until late in the evening.
These recreation places carried out their
full programs and wera in the fresh and
attractive condltiona they were aald to bo.
The music at each waa good, tha balloon
made pretty ascent on schedule time and
the little boy who thought that all tha
peanut and popcorn men were drowned in
the flood found out ha wa mistaken. Al
together tt was a Sunday to make the
wicked feel that they were not so wicked
and the good to feel sorry that they could
not be better.
qi'AINT. FEATIHES OF LIFE,
Borne of th Insurance companies in Den
mark have a policy which Insure a girl
against aplnsterhood. When' a girl baby 1
born, (226 can ba deposited with the com
pany, and If she I unmarried at 30 she re
ceive an annuity of $26, which is increased
by $26 every ten year. If ahe marrle be
fore ahe ia 30 she get the $225 back, and if
ahe die, to her relative 1 given $25.
The county undertaker at Knoxvllle,
Tenn., must bs credited with originating a
new swindle. Of lata hi bin for burial
hav grown so large that the authorities
ordered an Investigation, which reaulted In
discovering 300 coffins containing tin can,
brick and a varied assortment of Junk.
The undertaker ha been Indicted for ob
taining mpney under false pretense and
will probably serve time.
A lone widow In Henry county, Missouri,
ends the following plaintive appeal to her
local paper: "Der Professor Edlter, I
would Ilka fer you to put in yer paper a
notice for a husband fer me. I am 38 year
old, hav clothe and there will be no
dentist bill fer my teeth air all ok. I kin
cook a stake, wash deeabe an grace the
parler fine. Also player on th acordeen
an' have had two huabanda. They air ded
but there grave air green an tended to
all on account of me. Any lovtn man ot
wait over 120 answer please. No dude."
When the sultan of Jolo first met Oover
nor Taft h refused to believe that tha man
before him wa really the governor of th
Philippine under th new dispensation.
Making Inquiry through an interpreter.
Governor Taft ascertained that hla personal
appearance did not come up to what tha
aultan expected. "What' the matter?
asked Governor Taft. "If the beard," re
plied the interpreter. "But I haven't any,"
atd the governor. "That' th trouble,"
saia me interpreter, it seem that every
high American official tha sultan had
previously seen had a flowing beard and he
thought the beard wa necessarily a part
of every high American official equipment.
Lady Curson take a great Interest in the
Kngllsh that educated Hindoo write. This
English ia nearly alway ludicrous, and
Lady Cunon ha a nuge collection of fine
specimen of It. Recently she got from
Bombay an addition to her collection a let
ter that two brothers sent out to their
patron on the death of thvlr father, who
had been the head of the firm. The letter
ran: "Gentlemen We have the pleasure to
Inform you that our respected father de
parted thl life on the 10th Inst. Hla bus!
pen will be conducted by Ida beloved son
whose names are given below. The opium
market Is quiet and Mai. B00 rupees per
chest. O death, where Is thy sting? o
grave, where I thy victory? We remain.
A trange coincidence has developed In
connection with the feud troubles that now
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t Omaha Branch, 207 S.
Jett, who Is accused of having murdered
James B. Marcum recently, waa sentenced
In February of last year to six month In
Jail and a fine of $200 on account of a
shooting and cutting scrape, lie had served
half his' term when Governor Beckham
pardoned him at the instance of numerous
citizen. It ia recalled that the first name
on the petition for Jett's pardon was that
of James B. Marcum, whom he ia now ac
cused of murdering. In fact, it wa Mar
cum who brought tha petition to the gov
Th aborigine of tha Malabar Islands
mploy a perfect, whistling language, by
mean of which they can communicate with
each other over long distances. A stranger
wandering over the islands 1 frequently
surprised to hear from a hilltop the sound
of loud whistling, which la quickly re
peated on tha next hill, and ao is carried
from summit to summit, until it die away
in " the distance. But perhaps th most
curious means of communication In the
world is the drum language of a Congo
tribe. Those queer people can talk to each
other with large drums made of bamboo
hoops, over which the akin of some animal
1 atretched. The drum, however, la used
only on important occasion.
George Washington Todd of Waddam
Grove, 111., who died near Rochester, N. Y.,
recently, and who was looked upon aa a
pauper for twenty years, begging an ex
istence from th farmer ot western New
Tork and lower Canada, ha been found
to be rich. On his body wa found $25,000
In government bond. Today a petition
wa presented to tha Monro county sur
rogate court and letter of administration
Issued to Todd'a heir, who live In Wad
dams Grove. There also ha been 328 on
deposit in a Rochester bank to Todd'
credit for many year, on which he never
drew tha interest. People who had Todd'
confidence ay that twenty year ago he
waa Jilted by a girl In Illinois and disap
peared. Hi heir learned of hi Identity
through th newspaper.
A negro preacher down aouth ha dis
covered th real cause ot the recent vol
canlo disaster. He say; "De earf, my
friends, resolve on cxels, a w all know.
Bomeftn' I needed to keep the axela
greased; so when de earf waa made, pe
trolyum waa put Inside for dat purpose.
De Standard Oil comp'ny come along an'
strax dat petrolyum by borln' holes in de
earf. De earf tlx on It axels an' won't
go round no more; den der is a hot box,
Just aa cf de earf wu a big railway train
and den, my frlen', dcre 1 trouble."
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