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THE OMAHA DAILY BFE: TUESDAY, MAY 1, lOOfi.
QUAKERS DEFEAT SENATORS
Timely Hitting Gives Philadelphia the
Victory Otot Washineton.
BENDER FALLS DOWN IN THE NINTH
Visitors Find Him far Three
Doables an4 n Slagle, Wfalch
Xrt Them Their Three
PHILADELPHIA, April S-Tlmely hit
tint gave Philadelphia a vlrtory over
Washington today. Bender pitched good
ball until the ninth Inning, when three dou
bles and a single, netted Washington three
B K O.i l. B H.Oa.K.
Rarta.1. If ...I 1 i 0 Ntll. H I I 4 I
Brother. SB . I 4 8-halflr. I t I
Armb'ater, ct 4 4 Hlraman. rf.. 4 1
DtTla. Ik 4 1 t I U Onee, h.. 4 I
Berbold, rf... 4 11 Aitdmon, If . 4 1
Murpnr. lb..4 I t 4 P mhl. lb 4 I
M Croae, a.. I 1 I 1' Uor. cf 4 0
Power, .... 4 ( 4 Kltlrldl. C..4 0
Bender. S....I Ill) l ralkeuberg, pi 0
Total.' Il T It 11 0 Total .11 IHI1 I
Philadelphia 00001012 6
Left on buses: Washington, 6; PMkvdel.
phla. &. Stolen ham: Powers. Two-base
hits: Murphy. Schelly (2), Davis, Hick
man. L. Cross. Two-base hit: Hartael.
Sacrlflfla hits: 8chany, Brothers. Bender.
Struck out: By Bender, t: by Falkenherg,
4. First bass on ball: Off Bender. 8: oft
Falksnbarg. 2. Time: 1.46. Umpire:
lx-tr.it Wlsi from Chicago,
CHICAOO. April SO Detroit defeated
Chleago today. 1 19 L ' Walsh had poor
support. 8 eo ret
B H O. A S. B.H.O.A.E.
Cobb, ef 4 I 1 1 Jon, ef I t 1 4 1
Lino,, lk.. I 1 It 0 4 O'Neill, rf... I 0 4 0 0
Mdntrr. If.. 4 10 4 1I ' tb I I I 0
Crawford, rf.. 4 1 14 4 lab.II, Ib-rf . 4 14 4 4
Scheefer. Ik.. 4 1 4 I 1 Donaaue, lb. 4 I I 1 0
t'oufhlln. lb. 4 111 Ihotw.'lb 114 10
O'Uirf, ... 4 14 1 Vlnwm. If.... I 0,1 I! J
cbmldt, c... 4 111 Hemphill, If. 1 (I 4 l 0
Slaver, 4 1 0 1 I Dvinlun. ... 4 t 3 4 I
Sullivan, e... 114 1
1 Walsh, a I 0 1 I 0
McFrlD .14 0 4 0
Total It II M II
Detroit ...... 0
Left on bases:
Tout u I JO 12
Chicago. 8: Detroit. 7.
Two-base hits: Lindsay, Hohe, Cobb. Sac
rifice hits; Walsh, Cobb. Stolen bases:
O'Learv, Mclntyre (?. Double play: Dun
don and Davis. Struck outi By Walsh, 2;
by Blever, 6. Passed ball: Sullivan. First
base on balls: Off Slever, 1. Time: 1:57.
Umpire: ' Sullivan. ,
Boston Hits the Ball. .
NEW YORK, April SO. Boston defeated
New Tork today at American Lengoe park
by a score of 13 to 4. In the final Inning
the Bostons made nine hits off Newton,
which were good for as many runs. Score:
BOSTON. NEW YORK.
Selbarh. If... I
foil In. Ik... I
Stabl. cf I
Parant, a.... I
freemen, rf . . I
Orlmahaw, lb I
rarrta, la ... 4
Oraham, o. ... 4
Tanoahlll, a. 1
Winter B ... I
4 Hahn. It 4
0 Kesler, rf . .. 4
1 Wllllama. tb. 4
0 rjhaee. lb 4
4 Klberfeld, aa. I
SCoara. rf.... I
1 atorlarltr. lb. 4
C Klatnow, c... I
0 Cheebro. p.... 1
4 ll.hanty .. 4
0 Newton, p 1
To-ata 41 inil I Total II 1 17 10 4
Butted for Tsnnehlll In sixth.
Batted for Chesbro In Bfth.
Boston ;. 00008100 ,B 13
New York ......... 0 10X000024
Left on bases: New York, 2; Boston, 10,
First base on halls: Off Newton, 1. Struck
out: By Chesbro, .1; by Newton, 1: by
lannenui, t, oy winter, i. nacnuce nits:
KIberfeld. Delehanty, Oraham. Stolen
bases: Selbach, Btahl. Home runs: Elber
feld, Conroy. Three-base hit: Tannehlll.
. Two-base hit: . Chase. Elberfeld. Klelnow,
Collins. Stahl, . Orlmshaw. Wild, pitch:
Chesbro: . Hits. Off Chesbro. , In five
lnntngs;-off Newton, 14, In four Innings;
off Tannehlll, I, In five Innings; off Win
ter, 2, in four Innings. , Umpires: Hurst
and Evans. Time: . 1:60.T
i. Lonla WIm ila .Mntb. ,..
CLKVELANU, ' April X-Th largest
crowd ever at league park attended the
opening here today.- St. Louis won In the
ninth when- Nordyke. batting for Pelty,
drove In two runs with two out. Score:
Batted for Buelow In ninth.
Batted for Joss In ninth.
Batted for Pelty In ninth.
ST. ' LOUIS. . v CLEVELAND.
to report for duty when the team departed
lor leveuinn ie.t mgnt. Manager Me
Alcer annnunr-ed Powell's euspn.lnn for
n"t maintaining himself In condition to
play bnse lull I.
G4MF.S It THK RTIOtl. I.F.AntR
C'lnrlanatl la laahle to Hit rtillllaan
anal Is hn Oot hr Plttabnraj.
CINCINNATI. April . -I'mplre John
stone was eST-ort"d off the flrld after to
days game because of two chunges. In a
derlRiitn that eventually allowed Wagner to
score on a ball that had neon thrown Into
the IVId by a Pittsburg cnacher.' The
Cincinnati wre unable to connem con
secutively wlih Phllllppe's delivery, while
Chech was hit timely. Stolen bases also
aided the rfttahuigs. Score:
PITTFDl'KO. , CINCINNATI.
B H O AH. B.H.O.A.E.
till lHii1na. lb . 4 1141
ill Barrr. rf I 4 I I I
III 0 B nour. ,rt . . 4 1104
114 J IlhiTitT. Sb 4 4 I 1 4 I
4 14 1 l .rr. lh 4 1 I 0 0
10 10 Torroran. an . 4 I 1 4 4
111 VHInrhman, If I 0 I 1 0 I
111 Of help, c I I I 1
111 ICtmn, B I 4 I I 4
Q v )
BURDEN THROWS ON JEROME
New Tork Grand Jury Fails to Act
In n ranee Canoe on Eii Aerice.
t larke. If...,
Rlteher lb . .,
Double ' plays:
by Phllllppe. 3.
I 17 14 1 ToUIS.
;,...o' o l
o o o o
il l n il - l
0 0 0 2 01
0 0 ; 0 0 0-4)
PhelDS. Leach. Wagner:
Hinchmnn. Corcoran and
, Muggins and t'arr: Wjytner
Struck Out: l(y rnun, i,
Bnes on balM: Oft t hecn.
4; off Phlllippe, 1. Time: 1:36. umpire :
Philadelphia Oatnlays Brooklyn.
BROOKLTN, April 80. -The Philadelphia
Nationals outn aved the Brooklyn team
here today by a score of S to 2. The score
was tied In the third Inning, but In the
fifth the vlHltors took a winning lead, with
two runs off doubles by Ward and Magee
and a single by Titus. Score:
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RECORDER GOFF ACCEPTS REPORT
nietrtrt Attorney Wishes to Have Ap
pellate tnart Pass on Perkins
Urresr Case" Befor Pro
Thorn, ef. .. I I
Ward, lb S I
Maaee, If I I
Tllua, rf 4 1
Branafleld. lb 4 2
Doolln, aa ... I 0
Oleaaon. 2b. . . I 1
Dooln, o 4 0
Plttlnfer, p.. 4 0
I Malonar. cf-.
0 Jordan, lb...
4 Bntrh, If.....
4 Lewi. U
0 Hummel, Ik..
1 Bersan, c
day. Coy, too, waa wild, but kept the hits
Oelar. If I 1 I 4 Caonell
Wheeler, lb. . I
VanEandt. ef. I
Prlak, rf I
0 Damont. aa... 4
0 Kniger, lb... I
0 Kn.be, tb.... 4
0 Nance, If I
1 W. Clark, lb 4
4 Abbott. c.... I
0 Suthoff. p.... I
Totals 31 11111 0 ' Totala II 7 17 14 I
Philadelphia 0 1 1 0 2 .0 1 1 0
Brooklyn 0 0 2 0000002
Two-base hits: Ward (2), Magoe, Brnns
fleld a, Lumley, Casey (2). Sacrifice hits:
lHxilln. Bouillon. Stolen bass: Thomas,
Oleason. Double play: Thomas to Bruns
fleld. Left on bases: Philadelphia, 5;
Brooklyn, . First base on balls: Off
Scanlun, 4; off Pettinger, 3. First base on
errors: Philadelphia. 1. Struck out: By
Scanlon, 4; by Pettinger, 4. Time; 1:15.
New York Bats Oot Vlrtory.
BOSTON. Mass., April 30. Hard hitting
gave New York an easy victory today
over the local team. The visitors made a
daring exhibition of base running and
established a stolen base record for the
two leagues so far this season. Score:
MEW TORK. BOSTON.
Brranahan, ef 5 17 1 0 Brldwell, aa. .113 11
Brown. W...S 1 I 0 0 Ten nay, lb... I
Dunlin, ct 4 I I IT 0 Dolan. rf 4
McUann, lb.. I 111 1 0 Howard, It... 4
Mertea If I I 0 I 4 Brain, 3b 4
Tables, a....! 4 0 1 0 Matea. cf ..... 4
Devlin. Sb....4 III 4 Strobel. 2b... 4
Ollbert, !b... I 111 0 O'.Nell. C....4
Amea, p .1 0 14 0 Ptelter, p ...... I
I 27 II 4. Totala 34 7 17 M 4
0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-2
1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 03
Wheeler, ijemont. Oeler.
VanZandt, Drill, Marcan
(2), Suthoff. First base on balls: Off
ButhofT, 7; off Coy, 3. Struck out: By
Bullion. 1; by Coy, 2. Passed ball: Ab
bott. Hit with ball: Frisk. Time: 1:35.
Colombo Bnnchea Hits.
COLUMBUS. O.. April 30. Columbus de
feated Minneapolis today by bunching
hits. Sullivan s catch on a long fly
against the right field fence was a feature.
Frlel. 3b ...
Flaberu. ' p.
lln. Stolen bases
14 15 27 11 0 Totala:..... 31 117 11 I
I.... 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 2-8
0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02
Bresnahan, Mertes, Dev-
imnlln, Devlin (1!). Oil
bert (-'i, McUaTin Vi. Mertus , Dahlen.
Sacrlliue hits: Browne t2l. Double plays:
Strobel to Tenney, Bridwell to Strobol.
First base on balls: Off PfelTer, ; off
Ames, 2. Struck out: By PfelTer, 7; by
Ames. 8. Passed ball: O'Nell. Wild pitch:
Ames. Time: l:6i Umpires: Emslte and
gtandlag of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost,
10 30 DlTla. cf 4 1 I 1 1
till 0 Sullivan, rf.. 3 4100
1110 0 Hart, lb 4 1 11 0 0
I 0 12 1 OOremlnger, 8b I 1 14 0
4 111 0 Graham. If... I 1 1 0 0
4 1110 Pnx, 2b 4 0 0 I 0
1111 lOylor, aa 4-1 4 0
14 11 0 Shannon, c... I 0 110
114 OCadwal'der. pi 4 0 4 0
Brltlaen, p... 0 4 0 1 4
...21 7 27 li 4
Total 10 I 24 10 I
Columbus 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4
Minneapolis ....0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2
Stolen bases: Hulswltt. Gremlnger, Fox
Sacrifice hit: Frlel. First base on balls:
Off Flaherty, 3; off Cadwallader. 3. Two
base hits: Coulter. Davis, Hart. Double
play: Bruce to Klhm. Hit by pitched
ill: Sullivan. BtrucK out: uy iaa
wallader. 1: by Brittsen. 1. Passed ball
Blue. Hits: Off Cadwallader, 6 In six In
nings; off Brittsen, 1 In two Innings.
Time: 1:31. Umpire: Kane. .
of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost.
Hrc'.i!ll. cf. 4 .)
Stoae, If 1
Nllea. rf ...
. Jonaa, lb....
Peltr. p ,
4 1114 Bay.
1 . 4 .1
4 1 1
I 4 15
1 1 0
0 Bradltr. Sb.
4 nick, rf ...
0 Turnec. aa. .
0 .lackRon, If..
0 Buelow. c...
1 Job, p
4 Knaaaian . .
4 12 1
1 ' 0
New York ....
St. Paul ...
Games today: .Milwaukee at Louisville.
Kansas City at Indianapolis. St. Paul at
Toledo, Minneapolis at Columbus.
Brooklyn, Pittsburg at
Cincinnati, Chicago at St. Louis.
GAMES 15 AMUR.lt AN .ASSOCIATION Fli-at.
EVEXTl ON THE RISJIJU TRACKS
.33 11 27 II
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
SO 4 27 22 2
o o o 4
2 0 0 03
Hits: 'Off Pelty tn eight Innings, 5: off
Olade in one inning, S. Two-base hits:
Ctovall, Hemphill. Sacrifice hits: Flick,
Btovall, IJole , Stolen haes: Day. Brad
ley, Stone, Hernphlll. Nlles, Jones. Double
play: Jones (unassisted). First base on
balls: Off Joss. 2: olT Pelty. 4. Hit by
pitched bajl: Bradley. iett on . bases:
Cleveland. cVSt. Louis, 5. Struck out: By
Joss, 2; by pelty, 4. Passed ball: Uuelow.
Time: 108. . Umpires; O Loughlln and
Standing of. the Teams.'
Played. Won. Lost.
Philadelphia U ,
, Cleveland .... 11 . 6
Wsshlnglon 13 . 7
Chicago 13 7
Detroit '.. 13 . 8
St. Louis 13 . 8
Boston IS . ' 8
New York 13 5
Games today: St. Louis at
Washington at Philadelphia, Boston at New
lork. . t.
Pllarrlm WIdi l'onr-Hndred-Meter
Raeo, Llahthoely Fifteen-Hnodrcd.
ATH EN 8, April f.ln the final . 40C
meters raca Paul Pilgrim. f-;-v York Ath
letic club, won; time n.fJii; Lieutenant
W, ilaiswelle, . K)iaUiil, second; Nikel
barker. Atrlt, thiiiS.
J.i tlMi Uui nr the 1,500-meter race today
J ' D. Lirnibody. Chicago university, wns
first: alcUouah. Bnaland. second, and Hell-
trom, Sweden, third. Time, 4 minutes, 12
second. Llghtbody won by two yards.
. f Tennis at London.
LONDON, April 0.--Tho preliminary
rounds In the amateur court tennis cham
pionship, of which K. H. Miles Is the
holder, commenced at the (Jueen'M club here
today. Jay Gould of Lakewood, N. J., boat
C. Crane, Jr., of Boston, by 3 to a.
Louisville Defeats Mllw aaUee' ln
Excltinir Kleven-lnnlng Contest.
LOUISVILIE. Ky.. April 3Q. Louisville
defeated Milwaukee today in an .exciting
eleven-lnnina same. The -isltors had
lead of two runs until the last half of the
ninth, when the locals tied tho score- and
won nut tn the eleventh on Hickev's error
with- the bases full. Cantillon was ordered
off the field In the ninth Inning by Umplrd
Sullivan. Score: ,;
Kri-wtn. rt .. 6 14 0 V Roblnaon, aa. 4 1 I 1 1
llailraan. If.. 4 111 lOraen. rf t 01
Hulllvan, lb.. 4 0 14 I UHyrea, If. ..... S 1 7
Braahear, 2b. 4 111 0 llaterran, lb. 5 0 11
Murphy, cf ..5 0 14 OCIark, 3b. ... . 1 1 1
Woodruff, 3b. 4 0 4 1 ORoth. c 4
Qulnlan, aa... 4 4 I 4 0 MTheaney, ct 5
titiaw c 4 1 I 1 0 Mi'Ci.rni k. b I
Elliott, p 4 0 I 3 1 lurtlra. p 4
,.31 7 13 II 1 Hlck.y.
Totl ..34 731 14
One out when winning run scored'.
Batted for Curtiss In eleventh Inning.
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 TO 0 2 0 14
Milwaukee 1 0 00100100 03
Two-bnse hit: Hallnian. Three-base hit
Hlnes. . Home run: Urashear. Stolen base
Green. Sacrifice hit:- Hallman. Double
play: Klliott to 6ulllvon. First -base on
balls: Off Klliott. 2: off Hlckey. 2.. Hits
Off CurtiKS In ten Innlnas. 8: off Hlckey In
one inning. 1. Left on bases: Louisville,
6; Milwaukee, 10. Time: 1:60.' Umpire:
Tie name la Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS. ' April 30. The opening
guine of the series iietween Indianapolis
and Kansas City today was a- pitchers
battle throuehout. With the bcom a tie
the game was called at the end. of the
fweifth Inning on account of darkness.
INDIANAPOLIS. . , KANBAS- OITT.
B.li O A.E. . B.H.O.A.E.
nunleavy. ef. 4 i 0 0 Perrln. aa .. 4 1 4 4 4
114 oi caaady. rt.. . c
1 1 1 4 Hill, cf 10 4
0 4 4 0 Phyla, If .5 1 4
1 J7 1 0 Whitney, lb'.. I I 11
1 1.2 Hurke. lb ... 101
1 11 Urnahue. 2b.. Ill
17 14 FullHao. e... 4 1 4
1111 Bwaa, p 14 1
4 4 4 , '.
4 0 4 - ToUl 44 I II II I
. 1 :1
. 1 0
Pitcher Powell Suspended.
ST. LOtHS. Mo.. April 80 Pitcher
Powell of the Bt Louis American league
base ball club was suspended for failing part of Suthoff lost Toledo the game to-
Total 42 I 31 20 4
'Batted for Carr'la the twelftli. .
l.atird for IVrry In, the twelfth.
Indlannpolls .0 01 10000000 02
Kansas City.O 011000.0000 02
tlrst base on balls: Off Swan, 8. Struck
nut: By Kellum. 8; by Swan. . Wild pitch:
Kellum. Hit with pitched hall: By Swan,
Hot hgeb twice, James.. Kaftls.- Two-base
hit: Kahoe. Sacrifice hits: Sullivan, Cas
sady. Iambic play: lMinahue to. Perrlne
to Whitney. Fiobn bases: Perrlne, Roth-
geb, K:utls. Left on buses: - Indianapolis,
11; Kansas City. 7. Time: s2:a. Umpire:
Toledo Loses to St. Paul.
TOLKDO. O., April 81) Wildness on the
Premium Wins the Ronton
Btnkea at Jamaica.'
kfu- vobk. Anril 30. On a heavy track
First Premium at 7 to 1 won the Dunton.
ntul.a at Jamaica today, beating Belle
of Pequest by two lengths with Oyama
third. Clark Griffith, the 7 to ltf javonie,
HnlHh(d nwav back.
First race, nve- furlongs: uonie uonars
won. Josle o. second, uur uwn iinru.
Time: 1:04.. '
Second race, m e and seventy yard
Kbony won, Consuela II second, Bragg
third. Time: 1:4'..
Third race, mile and a slxteentn: tiarnisn
won. Chimney Sweep second, juasanieuo
thlr.l Time: 1 :50t.
Fourth race, the Dunton stakes, six
furlongs: First Premium won. Bell Pequest
aeennrt. Ovama third. Time: LlS-tk.
Fifth race, five ana a nair iuriongs:
Melbourne won, Olvony Ballero second,
Little Flea third. Time: 1 MSk.
Sixth race, five furlonirs: Alnswortn won,
Sally M. second. Velocity, third. Time:
MEMPHIS, April 30. Results at Mont-
First race, four furlongs:- Elk Bind won
Tom Qilroy second, Helmuth third. Time
Second race, seven furlongs: t-ncie jienry
won. cutter secona, uur mater mira.
Third race, four and a half furlongs
Impertinence won. Gold Duke second, Ben
Strcna third: Time: 0:,W4.
Fourth race, t mckasaw clun nanatcap.
mile and an eighth: Fyinbarraament won.
Little Scout second. Jack Young .third.
Time: 1 :68.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling: uovernor
Orman won, Oural second. Python third,
Sixth race, one mile: Kanposai won, rnae
oi vt ooasiora seconu, xjeua j. iiiira
l.KX XQTON. Ann '30. Results:
First race, half mile: Plxley won, Lady
Bateman secona, Ituskina tnira. lime
Hecona race, six niriongs: koscoo won.
Adare second, Red Wood II third. Time
Third race, six furlongs: Loupejr- won.
Lafayette second, Omar Khayyam third
Time: 1 15
Fourth race, four and a half furlongs:
Alvth wen. Delia Thorpe second, Avendow
third. Time: 0:oH4.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs: Gar
ret Wilson won,. Marquis de Carabas
second. Jake third. Time: 1:08.
Sixth race, one mile: Uodlc won. Reticent
second, Monochord third. Time: 1:41.
NEW YORK, April 30.-The grand Jury
for April, upon the completion of It term
today, returned a presentment to Recorder
Ooff In which it declared that It had failed
to Investigate political contributions by In
surance officials because District Attorney
Jerome had advised the Jury not to do so.
The Jury stated also that It had asked
Mr. Jerome for the evidence against the
Insurance officials And that he had opposed
action because he desired first to secure
an opinion from the appellate division of
the supreme court of this state on the
question whether such political contribu
tions constituted larceny. Such an opinion,
Mr. Jerome had told the Jury, would be
given early In May and the cases then
could be taken up by a special grand Jury
which he had asked for.
Justice Qreenbaum, the district attorney
Informed the Jury, had already decided that
the contributions were larceny, but Mr.
Jerome expressed his doubts whether this
ruling would be sustained. by the appellate
division. Mr. Jerome said It was In order
to secure such a ruling before Indicting
any of the insurance officials and attaching
to them an indelible stain that he took tho
case against George W. Perkins direct to
the court Instead of before the grand Jury
If Justice Greenbaum's ruling be sus
tained,", the district attorney said. "It
will be necessary to call as witnesses Cor
nelius N. Bliss, treasurer of the republican
national committee, and George B. Cortel
jou, Its chairman and postmaster general,
and Indict a large portion of the officers of
every financial Institution In this city."
Places Responsibility on Jerome.
Recorder Goff accepted the presentment
and discharged the Jury, but Informed It
that It had not done Its full duty, although
It had rendered a signal service In accentu
ating the "unequivocal responsibility which
now rests upon the dstrlct attorney."
In his argument 'to the grand Jury to In
duce It . to withhold action, Mr. Jerome re
viewed his action and that of the March
grand Jury In asking the court for a ruling
as to whether political contributions were
criminal. Mr. Jerome said the court's nil.
Ing was such that the March Jury could
not comprehend It, and decided to do
"An Indictment is hot simply an accusa
tion In the eyes of the public," said Mr.
Jerome. "Whatever. Is done with that in
dictment it remains and always will re
main a definite ruling."
me court not oeing wining to make a
definite ruling," , he continued, "I was un
wining to present to another grand Jury
the questions Involved In the contributions
to political funds until we had an authori
tative and definite ruling by a court. It
made no difference to me which way the
court ruled, but It seemed to me that there
snouid be a ruling so that a grand lurv
might not find Indictments against persons,
unless their acts, constituted an offense."
Perkins. Case Is Cited.
Mr. Jerome then recited the arrest of
George W. Perkins land said as a result
Justice GreenbaunJ ruled "that if a t ruflfea
- f- "' .. ... .
oi a corporation, especially a life Insurance
corporation, contributed Its funds to a po
litlcal party, that constituted laroenv."
"mat was the ruling of one Judge," said
Mr. Jerome. "It is not. a clear and simple
proposition pf law. i A lawyer as eminent
as ex-Judga Tracy, who does not represent
any insurance company or any person con
nected with an, Insurance company, says
that It Is perfectly plain that It does not
constitute a lureeny. Among others, I may
mention Governor Folk of Missouri and
uovernor Dlneon , of Illinois, from those
whom It has been Impossible to get their
opinion Governor .Folk having been cir
cuit court attorney for St. Louis and Gov
ernor Dlnecn having been prosecuting at
torney for Cook county, Illinois, and there
are a number of others. -
"The moment Judge Greenbaum's decision
was rendered an order was entered the
next day and appeal at once taken, which
will be brought up for argument before
five Judges of the appellate division on the
first Friday of May. We will then have
an authoritative decision on the apparent
facts of this case which will enable a
grand Jury or a district attorney to act, and
act at once. ' '
Lieutenant W. Ilslswelle. England, second;
Nlkbsrker, Australia, third.
In the final of the l.S"n-meter mce today
D. Light body. Chlcsao unlversltv. waa
Prst; Mc lough. F.nglsnd, second, and Hell-
strom. Swnrlcn. third. Time, 4:12. Light-
body won by two yards.
the preliminaries for the 120-meter
hurdles the first heat wna won by Hugo
Friend. Chicago university. Time. 0:1b1.
Dtinrker. Germany, was second.
J he second heat was wen by R. J. l-av-
tt. Williams college. Wllllamstown. Mass.;
M"llnl, France, was second.
The third heat was won by A. H. Healey.
Finland. Time, 0:181. Slgonis, a Greek,
In the seml-finnls Duncker, Germany,
was first. Time 0:1"H. Mollnle, trance,
was second and Slgonis. Greece, waa third.
The finals In the hurdles will be run to
In the hop. step snd Jump O rnnnnr,
England, was first, with 14 meters 85 centi
meters; Leahy, h.ngland, was second. 13
meters 98 centimeters, anil Cronln was
third, 13 meter 70 centimeters.
The l.oUO-meter wa king matcn waa won
by George N. Bonhag. Irish-American Ath
letio club. Time, 7:lHk. Linden. Canadian,
was second and Spetxlotis, Greek, third.
Police Prevent Knockout.
OODKN. Utah. April 20 The police In
terfered In the fifth round of what was to
have been a twenty-round go between Dick
Hyland and Voting Corhett here tonight,
saving the latter from a knockout. The
Denver nan wns overweight and put up a
miserable exhibition. Hylnnd confined him
self almost entirely to playing for Cor
bet t's body. The fight became a slugging
match, with Corhett on the short end. The
gong saved the Denver man In the fourth.
and he was hardly able to stand on nis
feet when the police Interfered In the
Bfth, the fight going to Hyland.
Iowa University Defeats Coe.
IOWA CITY. Ia.. April 30 (Special Tele-
ram.) Iowa won from Coe today, 3 to
on Coe's errors. Baylor, for Coe, struck
out thirteen men. Score: k.h.h..
Iowa 0 0 0 ( 0 0 0 0 3 3 2
Coe 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 5 8
Batteries: Cobb and Kirk, Baylof and
Titus. Umpire: McGregory.
Stone only got two three-baggers Sunday
out of four times at bat.
If the fish keen on biting as they have
lately they will soon be all hauled out of
Cut Off lake. Bass have begun to take the
bait and several lari;e ones have been hauled
out In the last few days.
Pfelster pitched his second game for Chi
cago Sunday and won. holding the St.
Louis team down to five hits. He waiKed
four and was very effective nil the way
Pa has not decided whether to pitch Dod
on the opening day In Lincoln and the fol
lowing Sunday In Omaha, or to have him
open the Omaha season. All the Omaha
pitchers seem to be in good form and none
will be any snap for the Lincoln team.
The base ball game for the opening day
at the Omaha Field club will be between
picked teams from the club. Kddie Creigh
ton and several of the other players are out
of the game and the management deemed
It advisable not to schedule an outside
game without the full strength of the team.
How to Avoid "Lard
Taste" in Cooking
When you use lard, your cooking
often has a disagreeable, greasy
It is a cheap substitute for the
only true shortening butter, a
rather expensive product of milk.
in your cooking and you'll need lest
lard. It is to extremely rich in butter
fat thst lent shortening is required.
Your cooking will taste better, sad
will cost you bo more than before.
Carnation Cream takes the place of
milk and cream in the kitchen.
Uee Camatloa Creauii, tnalead of null, in aaaldnf
Daoghaats. They'll be aurpriainaly hgbt ana
D)TRS for CVaEM
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BIG , FOOT BALL G AMES ARE OFF
ChlraaTO Will Not Play With W lacoi
ala and Mlchlataa This Year.
CHICAGO. April 3D 1 he foot ball teams
of the universities of Michuran. V iticonsin
and Chicago a ill not meet each other next
fall. This ruling- was inane Known ai une
1'nlveraltv of Chicago toniKht. when It
was announced that the games of Chicago
with the two b i rivals had been cancelled
bv order of the university board of physi
cal culture and athletics and the university
senate. This action limits the schedules
of the three universities to games of minor
Interest, unless games are scneouiea witu
eastern Institutions. According to tne state
ment of the Chicago omciaia. tne new ruie
mas designed in the interest oi "pure
president juason gave out tne
g statement tonignt explaining mo
It la the opinion of the faculty of the
University of Wisconsin that the difficulties
The inerredients of which S. S. S. is comnosrd - snd th method nf com
bininir and .preparing them so that they gently and pleasantly build up and m"edy IUtZi?11
ucugvucu wj fait vi mo u-ruy , uaac u mc lueai ionic ioy a aisoracTCM
condition oi th system. Every one feels the need "of a tonic sometimes.
The system seems to get out of gear, " the appetite becomes fickle, the
energies are .depressed, sleep is not restful or refreshing, and the entire body
has a ervous," worn-out feeling. When the system is in this depleted, run-
oown condition u must be aided by a tonic, and S. S. S. is recognized every
where as the standard. Beine made entirely of roots, herbs and barks
. . . . ..... .1 latter urfini-tj n t-. I lun
selected lor their gentle action as well as their invicoratin? effect on tho 1 university senate two days ago a request
system, it will not disagreeably affect any of the delicate members or tissues far 8,uch rlr ha "nt to Michi-
as do most of the so-called tonics on the market which contain potash or
some other harmful mineral ingredient. These derange the stomach and
digestion, unfavorably affect the bowels or otherwise damage the health.
S. S- S. tones np the stomach and digestion, improves the aDDetite. produces
relreshing sleep, fids the body of that tired, run-down feeling, and supplies
rivalry connected with the so-called nit
games.' Accordingly Wisconsin requests
Chicago that no game be scheduled between
these institutions for 1506. To this request
the I'niversitv of Ohlcaao has acceded.
"There Is a contract between the uni
versities of Michigan and Chicago for llj.
but the Michigan athletic board Intimated
Us willingness to release Chicago if the
latter deemed It Deal. uy action oi me
AMERICANS rOXTIXl'B TO WIS
New World Athletes Having; Remark
able Saecess at Olympic Games.
ATHENS. AnrH Sfl America'. .thlt.
have again had a well remarkable success,
Pilgrim, I.tghtboO, Friend, Deavltt and
Bonhag sharing the honors. The American
team Is considered here as being probably
the beat all-round combination In thj
world. The 6ii0-nieters race tomorrow Is
likely to fall to them, together with th
hurdles. The general hope Is expressed
that the Marathon race, the great national
event, will go to the Oreks. who have
shown themselves Rood sportsmen.
The Interest in the Marathon race Is
ti-emendous. The road is In excellent condi
tion and precautions have been taken to
prevent unfair play during the race. The
competitors left Athens this afternoon and
will leep at Marathon. It Is expected that
seventy runners will start In the race. In
cluding fifty Oreeks. Troops will keep the
route clear all the way. Americans pin
their- faith to Michael Bpiing. Pastime
Athletic club, asserting that he has been
over the course in fifteen minutes less time
than Doties, Greek, Uie winner of the con
test In 1S-.4I.
Thla morning, which was cooler than the
days of the games which have preceded
It, was occupied by the athletes and tour
ists alike. In strolling through the streets
and buying souvenirs. The king and mem
bers of the royal family again were pres
ent at - the Stadium this afternoon. Tho
first event, the lnurmeters race, was won
by Paul H. Pilgrim. Pastime Athletic club.
In faultless style. Another nne race, the
l.)0 meters, was won by James D. Light,
body. University of Chicago. In the 1.600
metres walking match George N. Bonhag,
Irish-American Athletic club, won. Bpleg-
eler. Austrian, and Wilkinson, English, who
were leading, being disqualified lor running.
The. running nign jump was araggra out
at great length and eventually was ad
journed until tomorrow.
in tne tug or war tne nrrmini oe-ai me
Austrlans and the Greeks beat the Swedes.
The whole Stadium rose, clapping frantic
ally throughout the contest.
In the final 4mVmeters race Paul Pilgrim.
New York Athletic club, won; tlms 0:My;
fr1- 1 1 .--'-'-'I- i aaji.iaiin iiwiiiiii a'sai--ii.a. usiiainui. aiLiasi susj-aaai 'i..isi '"IS,.,. , : -, .,,.... ..
WITH THE BOWLERS.
' A new mark was set for Ave games last
night when Bnngele and Zimmerman rolled
l.Stis In the handicap tournament. All four
tone and vigor to the entire system. It re-establishes the healthv circulation me" bowling were on scratch, so the totals
. . , f . - , , . . . , snown are in. ihi iiini niaua. juim xn-
I tae blood, acts more promptly and gives better and more lasting results gie lived up to his -Brin ' reputation by
than any other tonic, and because of its vegetable purity is an absolutely setting a i.eu total, the second be.t made
t I . ' ., .o , r 'J Bo far. -Teams for tonight are Heed and
nuic uicu.iid. iui yuuog or uiu. o. o. O. acts aauiiraDly in cases OI ayspen- Conrad against GJerde and Chandler.
sia, indigestion and other stomach troubles, and after using it that uncom
forUble feeling of fullness, dizziness or drowsiness, after . eating, are no
longer lelt. Not only is &. b. fc. the greatest of all tonics but possesses puri
fying and alterative properties, and if there is a taint in the blood . it will
promptly remove every trace and restore perfect health.,.' In selecting your fWngeie
Cleanses and1 beautifies the
teeth and purines the breath.
Seed by people of refinement
r over a quarter of a century.
Convenient for terrorists.
AW fklPAMO vt
I I 4 I Total.
h A 2"-J U4 3 1 set
ltf lot 14S 21 1 4
til 1 fee 424 1.7C1
I I 4 t Total.
2-0 11 e ri3 1.014
ZjO 174 i-2 IX' V,
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