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THE OMAITA DAILY lirEi Til L USD A V, JUNE 11, 1003.
DUFFY'S MEN EASY WINNERS
Take tha Opt-aing Gams rom Omaha by a
Ccor of Eijtt to Two.
STONE APPEARS WITH MILWAUKEE CROWD
Heavy and reaeeeetlre Hitting hy the
Anerls Tells the (Nory el the
Defeat nf f ann Ronrkt'i
MILWAUKEE. Win, June ln.(Bpeclal
Telegram.) Omaha lout tha first of the
series with PulTy'e men through a combina
tion of hard lurk, errors and Inability to
lilt McPherson at the right time. It looked
as If Rnurke'a men would be shut out un
til the last half of tha ninth Inning, when
three hits gave them two runa. Tha final
score wan g to J.
It was about a disagreeable a day a
could ba at thla season, a cold wind from
the lake chilling the spectators and play
ers alike. . Schafatal waa In the box for
tha visitors and for . four Innings the
Creams could do but little with him. Me
Thereon for the Milwaukee waa equally
effective and there waa reason to look for
a pitchers' battle with plenty of sharp
fielding to Interest tha few faithful fans
who had braved the cold. ,
But In tha fifth Inning there waa a
change. Schafatal started the trouble by
ending Lucia to first on balls. McPher
aon sacrificed, advancing him to second,
and O'Neill hit a hot. one to Hlokey. The
ball was too fast to field except by a
lucky chance and Instead of bounding Into
the third baseman's handa It struck his
shin and before It could be fielded Lucia
was on third. Cockman followed with an
other hit to Hlckey and In an effort to
cu. Lucia off at the home plate tba third
baseman threw low and Lucia scored.
Stone followed with a single, bringing
O'Neill and Cockman home. He was
caught attempting to steal second and
Bmun went out from Hlckey to Wright
soon after, but the game was lost.
Tha Milwaukee men added two mora
runs In tha sixth and two In tha eighth.
The tallies made by tha Nebraakana In tha
ninth were the results of doubles by Qen
Ins and Shugart and a single. McPberson
then settled down and Wright, Hlckey and
Oondlng ended tha agony. Bcore:
R. H. P.O. A. B,
l.urla, . c
I 10 27 11
H. P.O. A. E.
Totals 1 24
Milwaukee 00001201 x-9
Omaha 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13
Earned runs: Milwaukee. 2; Omaha, 2.
Two-base hit: Gatlns. Three-baaa hits:
O'Neill, Genlns, Bhugart, Thomas. Stolen
bases: Cockman, O'Neill. First base on
balls: Off Shafntal. I; off McPberson, 2.
Struck out: Miller (2), Stone, Hlckey,
)nlns- Double plays: Gatlna to Braun,
Dolan to Sliugart to Wright. Sactifloe hits:
McPheraon, Braun, Shafstal, Gonding. Left
on bases: Milwaukee, 6; Omaha, 4. Time:
1:30. Umpire: Messmer.
Errors Glwa Kaw Tribe .
I HAtMAtK) CXTT, Sunt , ' lO.-Colorado
Springs' error column tells the story ot to
day's game. Kansas City played well and
steadily. Attendance, 600. Score:
Kansas City .. I 0 H O 10 1-4 11 j
Colo. Springs.. 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2410 1
Batteries: Kansas City, Hess and Mes
- sitt: Colorado Springs, Neumyer and Star
nugle rnd Doran
Baached Hlta Great All.
' ST. JOSEPH, June 10. Lucky bunching
ot hits by the visitors and tha failure of
llohe's men, to support Parvln gave Den
ver the arama today. Bcore:
R H E
Denver 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 i
St. Joaeph .... 0 0 V 0 0 0 0 0 J 1 I
Batteries: Denver, Rosier and Latimer;
St. Joseph, Parvln and Oar v In,
Dea Moines Wins Handily.
PEORIA, June lO.-Barry let tha home
team down with two hits and won his
game handily. Attendance, eOO, B,J
Des Molnea 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 7 2
Peoria 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 2 8
Batteries: Des Moines, Barry and Fohl;
Peoria. Wolf and Wilson. -
Standing; of tha Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.
Kansas City ...
Denver at 8t Joseph. Colorado Springs at
Kansas City, Des Moines at Peoria.
Back Kettk Thrown Ont.
HIOtTX CITr. Ia.. June 10. (Special Tele
gram.) The Iowa-South Dakota base ball
league today deposed "Buck" Keith from
league today deposed "Buck" Keith from
the management of the Council Bluffa team,
The troubles of "Buck" have been many.
It has rained wherever ha has played and
hla team haa not made any kind of a
showing. The management finally de-
. - . . A . . , I. . u A i A wHhnitt
uunu IV linn ' V ' J " ...... w
ceremony. President J. If. Bammls of I-
mars forwarded a letter to tha erstwhile
manager today notifying him of hla da-
posal and Dr. wcBirney, an assistant oi
ur. Wvou, ma niuua v uj inoaiiaic, imw
charge of the team. Dr. Wood la In On-
awa today and tha franchise may be given
to him. Keith haa not Paid hla team their
salaries ana ine league mc.mic rain im a
for their salaries In the future. Keith la
sora and threatens retaliation.
, Klerea Innlngrs to score.
SHENANDOAH. Ia.. Juna 10. (Special
Telegram.) Eleven Innings were required
today In- the second game between the
Bhenandoah and the Atlantic teams for the
local team to score and win tha eighth
raniaeutlva arame. The yshut out the vis
itors though tha latter made eight hlta to
Bhenandoah a four. Attendance, jw.
Shenandoah ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Atlantio 0 008000000 0-0
Batterlea: Cunton and Tonsend. Blrcher
and Pontes. Struck out: By Cunlon, 10;
by Blrchtar, 10. Umpire: Driver.
BlaaTs Team la Slaagktered.
SIOUX CITY, Ia., Juna 10. (Special Tel
esrem. Sioux City slaughtered Council
Bluffs today, score 18 to 1. Council Bluffs
made Its only score In tha last Inning.
Hloux City ....3 8 0 0 ( 3 0 1 13 IS 8
Council Bluffs.. 0 0080000 1114
Batteries: For Sioux City. Gala and
Bruggeman: for Council Bluffs, Mots,
Faeney and McCarter.
Slag tba Rlaggera.
Yesterday the Idlewflds slugged the Sew
ard Street Sluggers to tba tune of 10 to .
Idlawllda. Mnrearty and Hew-
rd Street Sluggers, Pparman and
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Sew York Wrnti Aeether tram St.
I.aala After , Brllllnat
ST. LOllfl. June m-The New Terk a
won tootsy's, game from Bt. Lout by 1 to
0. Throughout the game was a pitcher'
battle. C urrle. however. loat his own gme
hv hitting Gilbert with a pitched hall. This,
coupled with Bowerman single and
forced out, resulted In New Vr making
the only run of tha game. Attendance,
KBW TOftK. I IT. Long.
It. H O. A I
4 rarrwll, if...
pnaotaa. if., t 0
H'amar, e.... t
a SmfHH, cf. . ..
V Bartnoa. Ik..
burke. Jt ...
0 Hai-katt, Ik..
Williams, aa. 0
4 Nichols, ....
0 Carria. a a
4 iDanleary .. a
I Hahh aa
riltert, lb... 1
Tatpr. s t
Touia ...a 4 n 14 1
Tattla ... 1 I n 14
x Batted for Currle In ninth.
New York 0 I 0 0 0 0 0-1
SL Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Three-base hit: Currle.'- Double plnya:
Dunn to Bowerman. Williams to Hackett
Stolen base: Gilbert. Hit by pitched ball:
By Currie, Gilbert, Browne. First base in
balls: Off Currie, 1; off Taylor, 2. Struck
out: By Currle, 1; by Taylor, 1 Left on
baaes: St. Louln, S: New Tork, 1. Time:
l-.ii. Umpire: HolUday.
Chicago Again Lncky.
CHICAGO. June 10,-Ths locals took tha
third straight from Boston today In a
game that was probably a record-breaaer
for both lucky and erratic pitching. At
tendance, 1.750. Score:
m.H.O.A.8 I R.H.O.A. W,
E Term, as.....
a a nter, ct.... 1 1 1 0
t'Tannaf, lk... t a
0! Cooler, at.... 0 8
Ab'tlchio. lb 4 0
rarnay, rf.. 4
Moran, a 0
"run c, lo. a a
iinnnar, as... t a
Totals ... T ( ft 11
I I 14 I
x Batted for Piatt In ninth.
Chicago 0 0 2 0 0
Boston 1 0 0 a 0
Left on bsses: Chicago, 10:
1 I 1 X-7
0 0 10-3
Two-base hits: Evers, Kllnr. Bonner.
Three-base hit: Cooley. Sacrifice hit:
Jones. Stolen bases: Dexter, Cooley.
Struck out: tsy Lunagren, 4; ry flatt, ,
Passed ball: Moran. First base on balls:
Off Lundaren, ; off Piatt. 11 Hit by ball:
Abbattichio, Ha.ua, ataniey. lime; z:us.
Pktlllas Agala Oa lader.
PITTSBURG, Pa., June 10. In an almost
featureless, yet well-played game, Pitts-
nurg again ueieaiau rimausipuia. Aiienu
ance, 2.4SO. Score:
PrTTSBUltd. I PHILADELPHIA.
R.H.O.A. B.I - . R.H.O.A.fe.
Peat.mwt. ct I 4 0 0 Thomas, cf... 1 (
Clarka, I!.... 0 9 4
sabiinc. rt... Ill
Wasnrr, aa. . I 4 4
BranafialA. It! 111
Laark. lb ... 1 I 1
HlUhay, ifc.. at!
Pbalpa. c 0 1
Dohsnr. a 1 a
O'KelMar, rt... a
4; Barry, lk.... t
0 Hlpwitt. aa.. a
Totala ... t 10 It M 1)1 ' ToUla ... 4 11 14 I
Pittsburg 8 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 X 7
Philadelphia 0X000021 04
Two-baae hits: Bransfleld, Rltchey,
Mitchell. Three-base hit. Leach. Home
run: Branstleld. Sucrince hits: Clsrke.
Hallman. Double plays: Leach to Rltchey
to Bransfleld, Wagner to Hransneid (.').
First base on balls: Off Doheny, 1; off
Mitcnen, 3. nit cy pucneu oau: wasrner,
9lmm fitriiolr )it nv tlnknw 9. K
Mitchell. 8. Time: 1:60. Umpires' Phil-
Upoe and Douglass.
Cincinnati Shut Oat.
Cincinnati, june 10. Cincinnati waa
shut out by Brooklyn today. Jones, the
California pitcher, was In fine form, while
Phillips' delivery waa no puisle. Attend
ance, 2.600. score:
R.H.O.A. B.I R.H.OA8
Strang, in... i i i aDonits, rf.... lit
Rharkara. II. 4 M
Itobba. of.... 114
saymour, ct, a a I
0 Kallay. lk.... 9 4 11
a Morrlaaar. lb. I I 1
Doyla, U.. 1 10
Dahlan, aa... a 1 4
RUter. c... Ill
Jarklltach, C. 1 1 1
Flood, lb...'. 0 11
Jonaa, p 110
0 forcorao, ka. . S 0 I
i, lb.. 0 11
(."riser. It..., 0 0 1
0 Dargen. a.... 0 0 4
o.Pnlillpa, ... 0 0 0
-I Totals ... a inn
ToUla ... t 14 n al
Brooklyn 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 07
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 U 0 0 0 0
Two-buse hit: Jacklltsch. Stolen baae
jackiitacn. lert on baaea: Cincinnati. 4
Brooklyn. 8. First base on balls: Off Phil
lips, 4; off Jones, 2. Struck out: By Phil
lips, 4: by Jonea. 2. Passed ball: Ber..n
nine. i.oo. umpire; jonnsione.
. Standlac of tha Teams
New York ...
Brooklyn at Pittsburg, New York at Cln
cJnnsll, Philadelphia at Chicago.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
l alncky Washington Again Inder
Dogr In Bplto ot Frea
WASHINGTON, June 10-Washlngton
lost again today to Cleveland. Both plteh
rra wero batted freely, but aa ususl tha
opposing batsmen's hits were mora timely.
Attendance, 1.713. Score:
K.H. O A. B.I R.H.O.A M.
0 Moras, as.... 1
0 Setback, If... 0
0 Ryan, of I
1 Pelahanty, rf 0
0 Coughlin. Ik, 1
It Carey, lb.... S
1 Robinson, lb. 1
0 Drill, a 1
4 Pauen, p.... 0
fjrii'. ,'v' ,
i ' 1
ri,ck. rf!...I o
Gochn'er, aa.. 1
I Bmita, a a
I Baron rd, p., I
I 14 17 11 ll Totals ... I 11 IT 14 I
2 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 08
LaJole. Three-base hit:
urui. Home rune: Ryan, Bradley. Stolen
bases: Hickman, McCarthy, Flick, Bemls.
Sscrlfloe hits: Gochnauer. Bemls. Double
I play,, Delehantytc ! SriT.. LaJoiT to Hick
man, Gochnauer to Laiola to Hick man
First base on balls: Off Patten, 2: off
Bernhard, 1 Struck out: By Patten, 4;
by Bernhard, 6. Ieft on boaes: Clere'and,
7; Washington, . Passed ball: Pcmis.
Wild ritch: Patten. Time; J:43. Umpire:
Detroit Easily Victors.
BOSTON, June 10. Donovan had tha
homo team completely at hla mercy todsy.
In only two Innings did more than three
batters .face him, and Parent's waa tha
only clean hit Attendance, 4. Mi Score:
DETROIT. BOSTON. r
R.H.O.A . R.H.O.A. I.
Barratt. ct... 10 10 OlOougharty. If 0 1 1 0 0
La.li. If 0
Crawford, rt. 1
Caray, lk 0
O. Smith. Ik. 1
McAlllatar, aa 1
Yaater. Ik... 1
Mc-Uulre, a... 0
Donovaa. p.. 0
a Hoi Una, lb... 0
s'o'Brlen, cf... 0
oiPreamaa. rt.. 0
O'Parenl. aa.... 0
oiUChanoe. lk 0
- Winter, p.
6 II IT 8 0 iSlaM ....
0 0 0
0 4 IT I I
x Batted for Criger In the ninth
xx Butted for Winter In tha ninth.
Detroit 0 12 0 0 2 0 0 0-4
Boston 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 00
Three-base hit: Y eager. Stolen base:
Barrett. KIrat base on balls: Off Dlneen,
1; off Donovan. 1. Struck out: By Dlneen,
by Tonovsn. I. Time: 1S5. Umpire:
At New Tork New Tork-St. I-ouls, on so-
count of rain.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia -tuica go.
on account of rain.
aiaadlasT at the Traaas.
riaved. Won. Ixt. P C.
Boston 4.1 K "
Philadelphia J' !".f
Bt. Louis 3T :'l lk rr
Chicago 4.1 ? Z
Ketrolt 4-' - ',7
New York 40 17
Washington K 11 M 2'-
Oames today: r.ilciiR.i at rmiaoeipnia,
St. l.ouls at Boston. Detroit at IN'ew lora.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Mllwankee Paatrhea lctory After
fteasntlonnl Fielding Straagle
INDIANAPOLIS. June in. Milwaukee
won bv a one-run margin tooay in wnni
developed Into a pitchers' battle after the
second inning. ncnssuunai nn"'
both sides marked the contest. Attendance,
R H O A B I K.n.U.s.l..
0 ItngrleTer. rf I
Pungan, rf . . . 0
0 Poi. lb.
Donahue, lb. I
1 Jon-a, If
0 Coulter, cf...
1 Heydoll. e...
Wood, t 0
Hemphill, el. 0
t'nglaub, lb . 1
Maradlta, .. 0
ToUla ... J 11 17 II II Totala ... 8 4 IT 40 I
Milwaukee 1 10P010p.o-
ludlanapolla 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Struck cut: By McPnrtlln, l; By Mere
dith. 6. Wild pitch: McPartlln. Hit ny
pitched ball: By McPartlln. Hemphill: by
Meredith, Fox. Two-base hila: Dunieavy,
Wood. Three-nase nu: i ngiaio. oamnre
hit: Jones. Douhln plsys: McPartlln to
Kihm, Fox to O'Brien to Klhm, Donahue
to Meredith to Unglauh. Dungan to Sclvaf-
lov irt on nases: Biinneapoiis. : mi
waukee, 6. Time: 1:40. Umpire:
Eleven Innlngrs Neeaea.
TOLEDO, O.. June 10. Toledo
Ku.i,Miinf eieven-liininar same
Paul todav after having it safely locked up
half a dozen times. Hugylns won the game
In the eleventh, when he made a marvelous
iAn throw of IllankenshlD s cround
ball over second. Foreman's decisions
rntiand almost continuous wrangling by
both teame. Attendance, 1,100. Score:
ST. PAUL. TOLSDO
I Smith, rt
0 Blank'a's. If. 0
0 T'arnard, cf.. 0
0 Owena. lb. . .
0 Marfan, aa. .
1 Retains, p..
0 0 0 0 1
2 10 0 0
I ohm l
ToUla ... 4 4 31 14
St. Paul 1 1
Toledo 0 0
0 0 0 1-4
0 0 0 0-8
Two-base hits: Butler. Bmltn. Turner,
Jackson. Wheeler, Sullivan. Home runs:
Blankenshlp, Owens. Stolen bases: Bm th,
Shannon, Jackson. Sacrifice hit: Smith.
Btruck out: By Relsl ng, : by Vpls. i.
Bases on balla: Off Relsltng. 8; off ola. 7.
Double playa: Relsllng to Marcan. Schae
fer to rfugglns to Kelley, Vols to Kelley
Hit by pitched ball: Bernard. Left on
bases: Toledo, 10; St. Paul. 3. Time: 2:20.
Knnaas City Provea Easy.
LOUISVILLE, June 10 The locals batted
McDonald for nineteen hlta today and won
an easy game. McDonald waa wild. A
catch by Clymer waa a feature. Attend
ance, 1,000. Score:
LOUISVILLS 1 KANSAS CITT.
R II O A .
0 0 10 0
Kerwln, rf... 1
Hart, lb 4
Braabaar, lb. 4
MoCord, p ..
l' 1 14
(Ian lay. If...
McAnd'wa, Ik V a
McDonald, p. 0 0
0 0 0
ToUla ...II U 17 10 2
4 1 17 U
Tnatmd for McDonald In ninth Inning.
Louisville 6 2 2 J 2 1 2 2 0-18
Kansas City 0 0 0 1 0 8 1 0 1-1
Two-base hits: Schrlver (2). Hart, Sulli
van. Malonoy, MeAndreWs. Three-base
hits: Clymer, Odwell, Grady. Stolen bases;
Clymer (a). Gear (2). Sa"nce hit: Od
well. Basea on balls: Off McCord, 11; off
McDonald, 10. Struck out: By McCord.
6; bv McDonald, 1. Hit by pitched ball:
By "McCord, 2. Wild pitch: McDonald.
Passed ball: Maloney. Time: 2:06. Umpire:
Minneapolis Takes One.
COLUMBUS, O.. June 10. Raymer's er
ror after two were out In the second In
ning gave Minneapolis two runs and the
flrsi game of the series. Stlrarael's pitch
lug and fielding was the feature ot tha
game. Attendance, 2.170. Score:
R.H.O.A E. R.H.O A.E.
MKTaary, cf. 0 0 0 0 0 Oleaaon, is... 4 0 14 4
Spooner, lb. 0
Lally. If 1
fmlth. rf 0
Yeagsr, c 0
Martin, !b... 1
Oyler, as 1
minimal, p... 0
v It a a Bannon, ci... a v a v a
14 0 aThonej. If... 0 14 10
1 a Turner, lb... a l l I a
I Mellnr, lb... 0 0 14 1 0
1 v Arndt. rf 0 1 1 1 a
4 1 Kaymer, lb., e 9 1
1 0 Roach, e 0 1 I 1 0
4 0 Williams, p., 0 1 0 S 0
Touia ... 3 Iflll V Touia ...1 4 M 10 1
Minneapolis 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 08
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Bacrltlce hits: Spooner, Stimmel, Lally.
Bases on balls: Oif Williams, 3; off SUm
mel. 2. Two-base hits: Arndt, Thoney,
I,ally. Double play: SUmmel to Yeager to
Spooner. Struck out: By Williams 1; by
Stimmel, 2. Time: 1:25. Umpire: 41 u liana.
gtandlug of tba Teams.
St. Paul ....
Games todsy: Kanaaa City at Louisville.
Milwaukee at Indianapolis, St. Paul at To
ledo, Minneapolis at Columbus.
Cadakys Easy for Jnnlors.
Tha Cudahy Packing Company baae ball
aggregation was easy for the Stock Yards
Juniors yesterday at Jetter'a park. The
Cudahya showed a lack of team work and
did not give Badura the aupport he should
have had. His pitching waa the feature
but hla support waa ragged, yulnn. for
the Juniors, pitched splendid ball, keeping
the hits scattered and striking out nine
men. Hachten, McMahon and Qulnn did
the hitting for the Juniors and Perrlnett
and Bowes for the Cudahya. Score:
R H Ej
Juniors 1 0 2 1 4 0 110 9 4
Cudahya 2 0 1 0 0 0 0-8 7 8
Two-base hits: Miller. Talbot. Bases on
balls: Off Badura 6. Hit by pitched ball:
Qulnn 2. Badura 1. Passed balls: Hamilton
4. Struck out: By Qulnn 9, by Badura 6.
Stolen bases: Juniors 4, CuUahys 1. Double
plays: Badura to Perrlnett. Time: 1:30.
Schuyler Wins Long; Gam.
SCHUYLER. Neb., Juna 10. (Special.)--Schuyler
defeated Wahoo hero yesterday
In a thlrteen-lnnlng game ot snappy bail
on the opening day on the local team's
new grounds. Business was suspended and
about KO went out to enjoy the game.
Schuyler 8 00008SO0000 211
Wahoo 8 8 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 110
Batterlea: Schuyler, Webster, Freeman
and Curley; Wahoo, Longanacher and John
sou. Glltner Wlni Another.
GILTNER. Neb.. June 10. (Special Tele
gram.) Glltner defeated Greeley again In
a hot gome of ball -today by a score of i
to 3. The features of the game were a
home run by Glover and a three-base hit
by Whlnlir. Batteries: Greeley, Dower
and Dowder; Glltner, Waneck and Jeffries.
Tin Oasae at Ile-ford.
BEDFORD. Ia., June 10 -(Special Tele
gram.) Creaton met Bedford on the home
ground thla afternoon In a thlrteen-lnnlng
game. The score was 8 snd 6 when the
game was Called on account of darkness.
Batteries: For Bedford, Bridges and
Sleam; for Creeton, Lohr and Corbett.
Tha Black Eagles went down in defeat be
fore the Amateurs, the score being to to 8.
The feature of the game was the pitching
of Smith. Batteries: Amateurs. Smith und
McCulloush: Black Kasles.
Nab, Randolph and tuale.
Gnaaea la Three-1 League.
At Rockford Rock Island S. Rock ford L
At Cedar RaplUa-Cadar Kapida (, Bloom
Ins ton 8.
At Dubuque Decatur I, Dubuque 8.
At Davenport Davenport 7, Joliet 4.
New Tork. put out Denver TA Msrtln with
left hstidetl stomach punch In the third
round of a scheduled twelve-round bout
before the Tammany club tonight. The
event was announced to lm for the colored
heavyweight rhamrl'nlilp of the world.
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
DETROIT. June 10. One of the gamest
finishes ever seen on a race track was at
Urossn Points In the Press slake t.xlnv.
K. Corrlgnn's Sardine was favorite snd
took the lead In the stretch. Silk Cord, al
most left at the post, came through and
only lost by a neck. Results:
First race, one mllcr Blr Gallant won.
Mrs. Frank Foster second. Bummer II
third. Time: 1:4. '
Second race, six furloncs: Pluck won.
Snrllla second. Edgefield third. Time:
Third race, four and a hair furlongs:
Coyrohe won, Jim Ferrln second, Rowland
M third Tlrre: 0:."9V .
Fourth face, six furlongs, th Press
stake, about II. M0 added: Sardine won,
Silk Cord second. Balm of Gllead third.
Fifth race, sever furlongs: Little Duchess
II won. Curate second, Lapldus third.
Sixth race, one mile and an eighth: Kll
morle won. Radford second. Branch II
third. Time: 2.U&V,.
NEW YORK. June 10. Results:
First race, almut six furionps. selling:
Van Ness won, King Pepper second, W. R.
Condon third. Time: 1:11.
Second race, steeplechase, about two
miles, selling: Tankard won. Gold Tay
second. Lord Radnor third. Time: 4:03.
Third race, five furlongs, the Clover
stakes: Contentions won. Seldame second,
Mordella third. Time: 1:08.
Fourth race, one mile and a sixteenth,
selling: Bon Mot won. Arden second.
Coruscate third. Time: 1:62.
Fifth race, five furlongs, handicap:
Harangue won. Miss Nancy second. Ish
lana third. Time: 1:09.
Sixth race, one mile and seventy ysrds:
Bob Htlllard won, Sentinel second, Tris
tesse third. Time: 1:49H-
CHICAGO. June 10-Kesiilts:
First race, four furlongs and a half:
Gold Pleco won. Badger Girl eecond, Eu
genia B third. Time: 0:56.
Second race, six furlongs: Alan-a-pale
won, Toac second. Golden Kule third. Time:
Third race, steeplechase, short course:
(Vest won. Handvlce second, Helen Paxton
third. Time: 8:26.
Fourth race, live furlongs, the Graduate
stakes; Dick Bernard won, Try on second.
Patsey Brown third. Time 1:02.
Fifth race, one mile and a sixteenth.
Early won. An Revoir second, Manru
third. Time: 1:48,- , , .
Sixth race, one mile and a quarter. Ken
tucky Cardinal won. Cogswell eecond.
Compana third. Time: 2:10.
ST. LOUIS. June lO.-Results:
First race, four and a half furlongs: Tom
Msnklns won. Witchcraft aecond, Getchel
third. Time: 06. , .....
Second race, one and a quarter mnes.
P.lUa Dillon won, Joe Doughty second,
Varner third. Time: 8:11. rvM.in
Third race. fly. furlongs: J. W- O Nell
won, iuaiaiaa Bun
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap:
Frsnk Bell won, Elastic second. Croix D Or
thFWUiTiic-: onemlle: Taby Ton won.
Orris second. Kansas Lily third. Time:
'sVxth race, six furlongs: Vestry won.
Bridge second. Kaffir Third. Time: 1:1.
MISS DEWEY J3WNS F0YE UP
Wins tor Third Time Trophy Offered
In Women's Handlenp nt
MHs Belle Dewey won the Foye -cup for
.,.. in tha women a handicap
at the Country club yesterday, and it now
becomes her 1?". "JTriv during the
.""J! TE.--ri'.S and has been won once
i. J . nlimhrr of the competitors.
so that it Is fairly covered with the names
of Omaha's falgolfers. The ;on11tin
called for eighteen holes tnedal play. The
score of yesteraay 'lHncP. Net
Mrs. Butler ..
Mrs. Gulou ...
Barber la State Champion.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. June 10. (Special Tele
gram V-R R. Barber of Paulina, la., won
the interstate championship trophy this
"s'T sm-,Me Mn TVTSSr
day, being a fifteen-target event, silver
cup to high gun, which the dinner holds
until the next tournament, when he re
celvea 60 per cent of the purse in the Inter
state championship event. Over fifty were
entered anf the following hlna tied break
Ing fifteen atralght: Barlr. Smith. Lllis.
k. reverse, man. K. Bpats, Nelaon
and.Broderick. Then a miss and out com
and Broderlck 1.
Trap Shota Score High.
CINCINNATI, Jnn ,10.-The four high
aiores made In today's events at the Ohio
Trap Shooters' tournament at St. Bernard,
O.. were made by Phellls. with 150 out of
a possible 156. Gilbert 149, and Crosby and
Power 148 each.
Yachts Still Me Idle.
NEW TORK, June 10,-Tha race between
the yachta Reliance. Constitution and Co
lumbia was called off this afternoon, a
heavy rain and lack of wind making It Im
possible for them to aall.
Cambridge Wlna hy Six Wickets.
LONDON. June 10.-The cricket match
between Cambridge university and the
Phlladelphlana ended today In a victory
for Cambridge by six wickets.
NEBRASKA CROP CONDITIONS
Week Too Cold nnd Wet for the Beat
Growth of Grain or Corn
I.INCOI.IN. Neb.. June 10. Following la
general summary of the crop condltlona In
Nebraska condenaed from reporta sent to
tha central office of the climate and crop
service of the weather bureau at ine
University of Nebraska.
The past week haa been cold with art
excess of cloudiness, but with less than
normal rainfall. The dally mean temper
ature haa averaged t degrees below normal.
Tha rainfall at a few places In central
and southern counties exceed an Inch
but generally It waa lesa than half an Inch.
The first rtaye of the week were cloudy
with light rain; these were followed by
partly cloudy, then by clear daya the last
psrt of the week. Conditions have materi
ally Improved with tha 'light rainfall, but
tha low larda continue too wet for tho
best growth of email grain, aa well aa for
planting or cultivating corn. Small grain
generally showa tha effecta of continued
wet weather; tha growth has been very
rank, and rust la beginning to appear on
winter wheat in a number of placea In the
eastern onintlea. However, aa a whole,
wheat, oats and rye continue In very
promising condition. The wet condition of
the soil haa retarded corn planting, bur-
aoma progrfss waa made generally on the
uplands on and after Friday, also tho
cultivation of early planted corn. The
corn fielda ore very weedy and corn that
Is up Is generally yellow and un
healthy In color; early planted corn
haa ger mlnated well, but grown
alowly. Considerable corn ground In south
eastern rountlca la atlll unplnnted; In
northern and western counties planting is
about completed. Btrawberrlea are ripen
ing and generally promlee a good crop.
The outlook Is for an unusually good hay
tord, I ft at the rai.
Game Hid for
petition was begun to oi"m i"Ki.KV
winner, resulting as follows: Barber 1,.
Smith, 16. C Ellis 13. J. W. Gray. 11. H.
wonverse 6. Illlan 8, Bpats !. Nelson 1
- SmaT ataiaaMa -aav
Famous the World
REPORTS GRAIN CROPS FAIR
Darartrneiit cf Agriculture Reviews To i
tioa on Jons 1 Lmu
NEBRASKA WHEAT IS ABOVE THE AVERAGE
Iowa Palla Slightly, bat General
raltlnn Appeare to Be Mora Fa
vorafcle Than I anally Daring
Last Ten Yeara.
WASHINGTON. June 10 -Preliminary
returns lo the statistician of the Depart
ment of Agriculture on the acreage of
spring wheat sown Indicate an area of 17.-
267,0iO acres, a decrease of Jt'.l.wo acres or
2.1 per cent for the revised estimate of the
acreage sown last year. An Increase of 10
per cent In North Dakota Is accompanied
by a decrease in Minnesota and South Da
kota, conservatively estimated at per
cent in tha former and t per cent In tha
Tha average condition of spring wheat
on June 1 waa 96.9, aa compared with 86.4
on tha corresponding date last year, 92 on
June 1. 1901 and a ten-year average of 92.9.
The following table shows for the five
principal spring wheat atates the average
compared with last year on a percentage
basis, and the condition on June 1 In each
of the last three yeara, with tha ten-year
Winter Wheat Fair.
Tha average condition of winter wheat on
June 1 was 52.2, as compared with 92.6 on
May 1, 1933. 761 on June 1, 1902, 87 8 at the
corresponding date In 1901 and a tcn-ycar
average of 79.1.
Tha following table shows the compara
tive average for tha ten winter wheat
S3 61 fS 53
j: b : c : c 33
-31. o : 2 "E
STATES. S?l: B : B : 0 ?
! : '
2ft: : : i
94 96! !' Ml 95
lim 9-M si 94
95 1 1H) 1KH 92; 9.1
RSI 911 95' 92 96
lioj 89! 971 9S 94
p v' iJ
Is-is. gs gs ?
STATES. , ? F i r r 8
Kansas 83 96 . (l 87 72
Missouri 70 87 98 1 81 S7
California 84 M Krti 921 7
Indiana 84 96 751 90 70
Nebraska 94 9ti 91 1 74
Ohio 87 96 7l MM 75
Illinois 75 92 9H 811 69
Pennsylvania 89 95 761 96 87
Oklahoma 93 97 82 84 83
Texas 87 86 57 4 78
Tennessee 76 89 61 8S 84
Michigan 86 90 83! 68 73
United States R2.2'92.6;7Tl!87.8 79.1
The total reported area in oats is about
17,732,000 acres, a reduction of 820,000 acres
or 3 2 per cent, from the area' aown last
year. The average condition of oats on
Juna 1 was 85.5, against 80.6 on Juna 1, 1902;
S5.8 at tha corresponding data In 1901, and a
ten-year average of 90.2.
Barley Shows lacrenao.
The acreage aa reported under barley ex
ceeds that' harvested laat year by SM.ono
acres, or 7.1 per cent. The average condi
tion of barley is 91-5, sgalnst 93.6 on June
1. 1902; 91 at tha corresponding data In 1901
and a ten-year average of 88.7.
The acreage under rye shows a reduc
tion of 3.6 per cent from that harvested last
year. The average condition of ry la 90.6.
against 8S.1 on June 1. 1902 ; 93.9 at tha cor
responding data In 1901. and 89 tha mean of
the corresponding averages of tha laat ten
The acreage of clover for tha country aa
a whole cannot be satisfactorily deter
mined, but all the principal clover states
except Wisconsin report decreases In acre
iige, ranging from 1 per cent In Pennsyl
vania, Michigan and Illinois to 8 per cent
In Iowa and Kanaas. Tha condition of
clover exceeds the ten-year average In
Iowa. Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Wis
consin. Of tha fourteen states having 5.000.00C
apple trees and upward but two. Virginia
anl Tennessee, report conditions abovt
their ten-year averages, tha average con
dition of the other Important apple produc
ing atates ranging from 1 polnta In North
Carolina to 23 polnta In West Virginia be
low such aversga.
The present prospects for the peach crop
are decidedly unfavorable, Oklahoma atonr
among tha Important peach growing atates
showing a condition above Its ten-year
average. In tha remaining states having
8,000.000 peach trees and upward conditions
range 1 per cent In California to 43 In Ar
kansas below the ten-year averages.
Civil Service Role Not Enforced.
Tha report of the civil service commission
concerning tha manner of making appoint
ments In tha Post office department will bo
presented to tha postmaster general on his
return to the city. It Is understood tho le
port finds that prior to tha recent civil
service orders most of the appointments
made In the rural free delivery aervlce
were based on personal requests. Tba
point also Is made that under the present
system abuses which might creep In under
the old method wiybe Impossible.
Klshlneff Aid Declined.
I'umeroua offers have reached the Rua
alan government from American sources to
aid families of sufferers In the recent
All such offers have been declined, aa
Russia Is entirely rspable of extending te
llef and under tha circumstances cannot
sccept outside aid.
May Pat tha Money Back.
James A. Watson, the clerk In the audi
tor's office of tha district government, who
waa arreated yeaterday for alleged em
bezzlement of large sums, appeared In the
police court today, pleaded not guilty snd
waived a preliminary hearing and In de
fault of bail waa retained In custody. Gen
eral Bryant, tha father-in-law of Watson,
went on the bond. He expressed to tba
district officials confidence that ha can
make restitution of the amount of his
son-in-law's alleged defalcation.
ine omciais aectare mosi oi ine missing
money waa used In stock speculatlona.
C'hlaeae Kldnnp American.
Tha following cablegram haa been re
celved at the State department from Con'
aia General Wads at Canton, China, dated
American kidnaped by pirates while
proceeding from Canton to Hounghan. Nina
thoiiaand dollnra' ransom Is naked, I have
sent Gallao lAmerican gunboat) to tha
rescue and to demand that the viceroy se
cure the rtleaae of the man and the punish
ment of the piratea. Details later.
"A Wondor-Working Remedy for
Women," Says Mrs. Brown.
PAIfJE'S CELERY CUPOUilD
Tones and Strengthens Gvory Weak
Organ and Invigorates the
Pain a Celery Compound haa been teg ularlt lea commenced to make my life
specially prepared for the relief and curs ! miserable. Though 1 sought the beat medi-
of tha many ailments that afflict women,
and it never falls to give a new and
healthy tone to the female rrgans; It re
movea relaxed debility and unhealthy se
cretions; It purities the blood and estab
lishes a perfect and vigorous health. Mrs.
V. L. Brown, Vlneland, Cal., writes si
"Four yeara ago female troubles and tr
You get it and get it
good, when a 5-pound bass strikes
your hook. The "Minnesota
Lakes" are where they hide.
We'll put you on tha Ink shore for
$I2.SO-Omaha to St. Paul and return,
dally during: June. July. Aujrust
and September. Rates to all fish
VY. II. BRILL, Dlst. Pass.
. We sanke no misleading statements or onaaslnessllke vrenoal
tlona to the nfflleted In order t secure their palrasssa. Tho anaay
years ef onr suoceaafnl practice prove that air methods of treat
ment, are snfe and eertnla.
What the afflicted man wanta la not
a temporary relief, but a permanent
Tha beneficial" effecta of my treat
ment are aa lasting aa life I cure to
When onoe a patient la rescued by
I CURE MN
ma from the ravages of dlaeaae or
weakness peculiar lo hla sax, ha la
never again bothered with his former
trouble. .... . . .
1 do not treat all diseases, but X
treat men MSN ONLT and cure
them to atay cured.
Under my treatment, which lnoludaa
no outting or pain, this insidious dis
ease rapidly disappears.
?aln disappears almoat Instantly,
he pools of stagnant blood are
driven from tha dilated veins and all
soreness snd swelling quickly subsides.
Kvery Indication of Varlcooeie soon
vanlahas and in Its stead cornea the
pride, the power and the pleasure of
perfeot health and restored manhood.
My cure for Stricture Is safe, paln
laaa and bloodleas. and, therefore, free
from surgery In any form.
It la the only curs that should aver
be used, and tha only one rucora
I Hali-r rl
TOUNO, MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD MEN, eall at our effloaa today, or
writs for our book. Fit EE. which will explain the dlaeases we cure and how
wa cure them to stay cured when others fall.
CONIt'LTATIOlf FREB A1TO STRICTLY CO g FID 15 JIT I AL.
Often Hours 8 a, m. to 8 p. m. Sundays, 10 a. m. te 1 p. m.
Stato Electro-Medical Institute,
1308 Farnam St., Bat, 13th and 14th Sis., Omaha, Nsb.,
Longest established. Thoroughly rail able. Authorised by the laws ef tha state.
VIA ROCK ISLAND
Tickets on sale June 14, 15, 30, and July 1. Final
return limit September 15.
City Ticket Office
eat advice, my sufferings seemed to In
crease, and recently, upon the advice of a
friend, I used Palne'a Celery Compound,
and fo.ind It lo be a wondcr-worl Ing com
pound. I have used five lot ties and ran
truthfully ear 1 am a new woman. I oe
my Ufa and present good hsalth to rallie s
iV 'V-aUr-K. 4fV f 'i
mended by the legions of man whu
have been restored by It.
It dissolves tho Stricture completely
and removes every obstruction from
the urinary passage, allays all Inflam
mation, slope every discharge, reduce
the prostate gland when enlarged,
cleanses and heala the bladder unl
kldneya when Irritated or congealed.
Itivigoratea the organs and restore'
health and soundneea to every part ef
the body affected by the disease.
Contagious Blood Poison
My special form of treatment for
specific or contagious Blood Poison Is
practically the result ot my life work,
and Is endorsed by the best physlcl .ns
of this and foreign oountrtea.
It-contains no dsngerous drugs or
Injurious medlolne of any kind.
It goes to the very bottom of the dis
ease and forcea out every particle of
Soon every sign and symptom disap
pears completely and forever.
The blood, the tissue, the flesh, the
bones and the whole system are
oleansed, purified and restored to per
fect health and tha patiant prepare!
anew for the dutlea and pieasuraa of
My cure for week man does not
stimulate temporarily, but restores
It soon drives away all those dls.
tresslng symptoms wh.ch so constantly
remind one of his former folly.
It stops every drain of vigor and
builds up the muscular and nervous
system, purifies snd enrlohs the blued,
cleanses and heals tha bladder and
kidneys. Invigorates the liver, revives
tho spirits, brightens the Intellect,
and, above and beyond all, restores
tba waa tad power ot manhood.
Many atlmenta are reflex, originating
from other diseases.
For Instancs. manly weakness some
times comes from Varicocele or Strict
ure, Innumerable blood and bone dis
eases often resjlt from Hiood Poison
taint in the ayatem, or physical and
mental decline frequently follow lose
In treating diseases of any kind I
sJwaya cure tha effect aa wall aa tha
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RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.
Amastrona; Pnla Mnrtla Ont.
BOSTON, June 10. Bob A-roiStrang 'of
Order fro na It. May aft Company
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