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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 3, 191)6.
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C1NTILL0NS STILL BOSSES
With Comiikej to Weak.a Holm. Tbej
Override Boniks u Uinl.
0'NEIL REMAINS TOOL OF HIS MASTERS
Manaarrr. D t Hoi 4 Formal Meet
lag mni Roarke'a "Krlcnaa
leave Him to Hold
The Cantlllona apparently have won again
in the Western league fight. No
meeting was held In Omaha yentcr
day. All the magnates were present,
but the majority, deaertlng Ilourke, re
fused to meet without a call from the
president. A call from the president could
not be had without orders from the execu
tive committee of the board of directors.
Rotirke nnd Joe Cantlllon were a majority
of the board and Cantlllon refueed to algJt
a call for a meeting, so all that could bo
done was to sit around and talk It over.
Talk was all there was to the meeting,
but it developed that the Cantillons were,
willing to do almost anything In the in
terest, of harmony except to expel O'Nell
the only thing to:be done the man who
hold, the title of president of the Western
league. 0"Nell they would not part with
and so the matter .lands whera it has
been-wlth Mike Cantlllon .till bos. of
O'Nell and the league.
After several Informal discussions by
groups of twos and threes the magnates
went to lunch with nothing definite In view.
Jo Cantlllon said there was to be no meet
ing becauae there wa. no necessity for one.
l oinlskey Bntts In.
ComlHkey has taken a hand In Western
league politics and Ducky Holmes has
weakened from the position he took In
the strong telegram of support which he
sent to Rourke at the time of the rowdy
Ism displayed by Mike Cantillon on the
All. the league magnate, were present at
tha Millard hotel at the appointed time,
but tha tlma wa. .pent In chewing around
In group, and In holding caucuses. Those
present were E. O. Mlddlekamp of Tuehlo.
Joe Cantlllon of Chicago. R. R. Burke of
Denver, Ducky Holme, from Lincoln, R.
B.. Duncan of Sioux City, Mlko Cantlllon
of Des Molne. and Vice President Myrick
After a short conference between Dun
can, Holme., Joe Cantlllon and Rourke In
the latter', room Holme, went to the
clerk', desk and asked for the time of a
train to be. Moines, saying he wa. going
to net out and play with his team where
"They can't use Ducky Holme, for a foot
ball," said Mr. Holmes. "They have put
me In the tightest position a man wa. ever
In in hi. life. They have this scrap on and
will have to decide It without Holmes."
Darky tp Asrainat It.
"Tou will attend tha meeting if one Is
called, won't you?" asked a reporter for
"Weil, I am here." replied Ducky.
"A. long as It was a matter of going
against Mike Cantlllon I wa. with Rourke,
but when Joe Cantlllon comes along with
a letter from Comiskey It 1. a different
proposition. Joe CantilloA and Bill Rourke
helped me to 'my team at ' Lincoln. Joe
Cantlllon made it possible for me to play
with that team. Here .ra my two friends
and I am the pivot In this row and what
can' I do? Three with ma and' three
against me. ' Wa. a man ever put In a
worse position? If. I could catch train
out of town-1 would go, a. the only way
out of the trouble.
."Joe Cantlllon sat. In the grand stand
at the game in Des Moines Friday and
after the , game said to Mike: 'For
heaven', sake, why do you Insist noon
keeping such an Incompetent umpire as Ful
ler in the league? You should fire him at
once and put one of the little bat boy.
to work, or anybody but him.'
"I will go back to the American league
and play for my little $2,600 a year before
I will be made the foot ball of this lexrue.
I don't know anything about the politic,
of base ball and I don't want to. They
can have my team. If they, want It, and I
can play ball, but I will not decide this
squabble for them."
O'Xell Denies the Iatervlvw. -
Norrls O'Nell sat around the lobby talk
ing to first one magnate and then another,
and when asked by a reporter for The
Bee It he had given out that interview
I which was put on the wire, at Denver he
"I don't think Norris O'Nell ha. ever
got enough hop in him yet to give
out -such an interview. I did .ay part of
what wa. reported, but I don't think I nm
fool enough to say that I hired the cap
tain, and the club and thnt I would cull
them out. A man at Denver did say he
waa. willing to take the Omaha franchise.
I should think he would when he could
get $10,000 or $12,000 for nothing."
"I. thera to be a meeting today?" he
."Well, that I cannot tell you."
"How did you happen to come If there
is to be no meeting?"
"Well, I got a telegram from Mike Can
tlllon, who la the bosa of this league, nsk
ing me why I wa. not coming to Omaha,
ao here I am.
"Under the constitution and bylaws of
tha league there can be no meeting today
because I have not called one. If all the
owner, who are here now sign a call fo.'
a meeting, it will be put up to the board
of directors, consisting of Tebeau. Joe
Cantlllon and Rourke. ? wo of these are
here now. and If they decide to call a
meeting Jt will be held.
"I have telegram, lit my grip, which I
will show you when this squabble h) over,
showing that the owner, .of the league
team, knaw where I wa. all the time.'1
Paeblo'a Side of It.
K. Q. Mlddlekamp. one of the director, of
the Pueblo team, Mia:
"We have been given to understand that
Omaha wanted to throw Denver and
Pueblo out of the league last win
ter and with that uncertainty we
did not like to go ahead and
spend a lot of money on a team. With thla
squabble on w. again do not like to keep
Investing our good money, but we are go
ing ahead and building a grandstand and
getting players never! helesa. We have the
utmost confidence In Selee and will give
him our support. Wa will have a good
team which will not keep losing. I don't
know much about this squabble and don't
know what I shall do. We have lost
games by the Incompetency of the umpire,
which O'Nell ha. sent ua. and it was
pretty hard when we had such few game,
to our credit."
R. R. Burke, representing the Denver
I team, .aid:
"I think the only thing to do Is for tne
owners to give O'Nell a talking to and see
that he enforce, the law. of the league,
which are sufficient to give clean ball If
they are enforced."
raatllloaa OIto Their Fscose.
Joe Cantlllon, proprietor of the Milwau
kee team, said:
"This question of umpires I. the cause
I of all the trouble and tt cannot be helpod.
There are but five good, first-class umpires
In the country. When a man makes good.
umpire at Des Molne yesterday t knw he
"Why did not O'Nell recognise that fact
and get a new man?" wa asked of Can
tlllon. "That i. a hard question to answer, but
If you can find a competent umpire he will
be hired. They are hard to nnd."
"How do you account for O'Nell sending
out Interviews from Chicago when he Is
known to be in Oakland?"
Mr. Cantlllon evaded this question.
"We hav. factions In our league and
manage to get along, and I don't see why
they can't here."
Mr. Cantlllon rave the Impression that
the cities of the Western league would
have no cause to complain In the future
of the way the Des Moines team acted on
Mike Cantlllon said It was all the fnttlt
of the newspapers that this 'trouble was
'We do not want the best of It from anv
umpire," said he "All we wnnt Is to be
let alone and we will win the games.
There are two . ground. In this Ictigun
where It Is Impossible for one umpire to
give satisfaction. The grounds are too
mall and two umpires art needed. The
umpire cannot stand at home base on the
Des Moines grounds and make a fair de
cision on second, and the sume way at
home if lie Is umpiring In the middle of
the diamond. We have two good umpire
In this league, but J don't think Fuller I.
much good myself, but whera can you get
better ones?" . .,
It w.s understood th.t Cantlllon was
going to promise to be good and quit try
ing to bulldote the umpires. He said the
pres. had ' stirred . up .uch a sentiment
against him until he wa. blamed for every
thing which happened, which many people
think not too hard. .
After a day spenj In accomplishing
nothing the different magnates left for
their homes. Rourke stayed In Omaha,
waiting for the game Monday with Lln-colh.
PROTECTION F0R PETERH0F
Aeachllghts Mounted and Gaardsblp
Poatod to Guard the
8T. PETERSBURG, June S.-9everal
strong searchlights have been mounted on
the fortifications of Kron.tadt to command
the . palace of Peterhof and a gunrdshlp
lias been stationed Just off shore. . These
precautions indicate the extent of the
inquietude for the safety of the imperial
family. Revolutionary agitation among; the
sailor, at Kronatadt is reported to be ram
pant and the fear is expressed thnt they
may secure and train some of the guns on
the emperor's palace across the bay.
t BIG SHOW COMISa.
"First Show of the Season.
The splendid reputation of the Sells-Floto
Shows Is so firmly established none will
doubt the genuineness of promise, made,
and on one will be disappointed. This. year
the shows have been enlarged .0 a. to
rank with any tented organisation on the
road. Thousands of dollar, hava been
spent in Improving every department. Be
side, a big, full, complete, double company
of performer, and trained wild and domes
tic animals, the largest menagerie now on
exhibition, the finest horses In the world,
the best, fine, open-den, free street parade
ever seen, the big shows carry thei own
physicians, blacksmith. harnea.makers,
electricians, tentmaker., and five detective,
accompany the show., who know every
crook and thief of reputation fn tha coun
try; consequently these questionable gentry
five. . the show, grounds a wide berth on
clrcu. day, for they are locked up on
sight. When a man get. too old to take
a day ofT when . the clrcu. come, to town
It I. time for Id m to get buay with hi.
will or else call the doctor In to overhaul
his liver. The man who doe. not care for
the sights and sound, of the sawdust arena
is certainly badly out of Joint somewhere.
Two exhibitions are always given dally,
rain or shine, and In case of Inclement
weather water-proof tents insure ample
protection and comfort.
The horses with the Sells-Floto circus
are among It. most Interesting features.
Of the 300 splendid animal, there Is not
one that cannot find his car and his special
stall in It alone. The prloe. paid for them
ranged from $300 to $900 each for the Perch
eron and Clydesdale draft stock and went
Into the thousands for the racing horse,
used In the tournament and principal rid
When the tent for the horse, la ready
each horse knows where he belongs In It.'
When the parade forms he falls Into line
without being told. It is even said that
the ring horse know when they are to
perform by means of the music.
The perfect discipline found In every de
partmenr of the clrcu. is absolutely neces
sary. Cruelty to any of the animal. I
practically unknown. The tent, are erected
with a precision and lack of confusion
marvelous to the lay mind.
The amy of men necesaary to the trans
portation and presentation of the snow
are housed, fed and paid with never a
hitch. Whatever letters, may precede It In
the alphubet, the . first word In the circus
man's dictionary Is "system."
All this will be observed when the eel)..
Floto Show, come to Omaha Thursday,
Kxtremelr Low Rate.
FOR THE HOUND TRIP TO BOSTON.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.. AND BUF
FALO, VIA NIAGARA FALLS
and the Michigan Central. Liberal limit,
and stopover.. For complete information
oall on or address C. C. Merrill, Trav.
Passr. Agt., Tenth and Walnut 8t... Kan
sas City, Mo. ' W. J. Lynch, Passenger
Traffic Manager, Chicago.
Important C'hana-e of Time.
Effective June t. the Chicago Great West
ern Railway changes time of trains. See
time card In these column.
Chicago and Return l.1.M.
Via ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Tickets on sale June 10th 11th and 12th.
Oood returning until June 17th. Tickets
and further Information at City Ticket
Office, 1402 Farnam St., Omaha.
Engraved Wodrtlnj invitations A.
Root, (Inc.) 110 Howard St.. Omaha.
a. I. hear lai has. he la aura to be gob
bled up by the largvr lea.uea. and then
the smaller leagues are conipell1 to hitnf
for n.w material Tha nilnui. I saw Fuller
Irt Trains Collide.
SANDUSKY, O., June 1. Westbound pas
senger train No. 1. knowc as the Pittsburc
and Buffalo express, on the Lako Shore
J road, dashed Into the rear end of a freight
tram early today, resulting In the serious
Injury of Engineer Wise of the pasitenger
No rasitengar wa. Injiired. The tracks were
all blocked and train, will be sent over
tha southern division between t'levelana
Knhn for t narresa.
GREENFIELD. Ind . June !. The demo
crats of the 8ixth district this afternoon
nominated Rev. E. II. Kuhn of Richmond
for congress. Mr. Kuhn had no opposition.
A KOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism,
whether muscular or of the Joints, sciatica,
lumhagoa. backache, pains in the kidnes
or neuralgia pains, to write to her for a
home treatment which hen repeatedly
cured all of these tortures, the feels It her
duty to send it to nil sufferers FREE. You
euro youru-lf at home, as thousunda will
testify no change of climate being nece.
Mry. This simple discovery banishes uric
arid from the blood, loosens the stiffened
Joints, purifies t lie blood and brightens tlx
eyes, giving elasticity and tone to the whole
ssteui. If the above Intervals you. for
proof address Mrs. M. uininscs, cW lit.
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LOCATION In Southeastern Montana between the Big Horn and Yellowstone rivers and
Adjacent to the Burlington's Northwest main line south of Billings, Montana. v-
DATES OF REGISTRATION June 14th to 28th.
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on the Burlinirton's main line-
CHARACTER OF LANDS About one million acres of land will be opened for settlement.
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300,000 acres are very fine grazing and pasture lands. The farm unit to be drawn for is 160 acres.
EXCURSION RATES From points on the Burlington Route west of the Missouri River,
excursion rate is one first-class fare for the round trip to Sheridan or Hillings, with a maximum
excursion rate of $20.00 from Omaha, Lincoln, Denver, and intermediate points. Tickets sold
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ARRANGEMENTS TO CARE FOR ALL WHO COME-The business men of Billings and
Sheridan have made unusual preparations to take care of all who come to register for this drawing,
Burlington Agents will be supplied with rate circulars and special folders descriptive of
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outing if Gold Top ia in the
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TUB AT ALL FORMS OP DISCASIS 0"
THIRTY YKARs' EXPKXIENCE
TWENTY YEARS IN OMAHA '
CLOUD POISON, VARICOCELE, STRIC
TURE. LOSS OF VITALITY
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OVER 30,000 CASES CURED
.Char gas Lsss Than All Others.
Treatment by- mall.- titl or writ.. Bo!
TM. fifflw, Ili Bouth Kourtesnth Slr.vi,
Omaha, Neb. .
Tnos'. s'jffsrtnf from waii-'
tietea wuM'b sap tfia I'lHauri't
ut life auuiilij lke Jurru I'uu
iyur l.l will tf.l a blurv i,t
roarTrloiis rasults. This cuolwina bas mora
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hiuri l-o t)(Terd. !vrt uusl-paid in plaia
park.tr. unly on n-reipl of ll.li iwjr. a.jd II.
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