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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, JULY 2, 1906.
BEATS SELEE AND TIES
Oath Takes rirtt Gm from Fniblt and
' fitoond ii a Draw,
SANDERS GIYCS TLX KITS AND ONE FUN
Mir nuwi et rue Hits
' aaa Onahi Makes Klcat,
T tk laataas Tie
Pueblo (eta ten Mta oft Bandera and one
run. Omaha wlna.
pueblo aeta flva hlU off McNeeHqr and
two run. while Omaha makes clfht hlta
.ft Btlmmell and two nine.
To win on (am and tla tba other eras
the beat Omaha could do with tha Belee
Indiana at Vinton Street park Sunday after
noon before one of the regulation Sunday
erowda, the ecore of the (tret same being
ll to 1 and tha aecond I to t Pueblo played
rellow ball In tha nrat ome and Just tha
reverie In the aecond, failing to (Ire Morrl
tuin any tup port whatever and barking up
Mr- Btlmmell well at all times, ao tha
Omaha team waa able to cash In but two
runa on the eight hit made.
Bandera and Morrlaon, the latter of Dea
Molnea fame, were opposed In tha flrat
game and Sander pulled off one of hla
characteristic gumee, permitting but one
run when ten hlta were made. He ued hla
head at all tlmea and held the opponents
anfe at critical perloda.
The first game started out all right until
Omaha came to bat In the second Inning,
when the whole Pueblo bunch went to
Pieces. Welch started out with a hit to
riant and Baseey flew out to Melrtyor.
Drlah hit safe and Oondlnfa Texas leaguer
filled the hasee. Long hit the ball to El
wert. who bungled on a throw to the plate,
and Welch and Polan aoored. Bandera
bunted safe and Gondlng scored and Nick
Carter bunted a clean one and Long scored.
Howard bit safe to right, but Bandera could
not get beyond third.
Two mora scores were added In the third,
when Bassey reached first on McOllvray'a
eiror and Do lan walked. Iong and Sanders
each hit safe, which scored Bassey and
Dolan. In tha fifth after Carter had struck
out, Howard reached first, when Btlmmell
tried to throw the ball away and Perrlng
brought Howard home with a double and
came home himself on Basaey'a triple.
Baseey scored on a passed ball. Omaha
made two more In tha ninth for good
measure. ' y'
Pueblo n;ile Ita only run In i the fifth
Inning when, after two were out. Cook
singled, went to third on Long's error, and
came home on Minor's single.
' Second Game Iatefeetlna;..
The recond game waa much more Interest
ing In that It waa ctosa all the way through
with Omaha playing an uphill 'game after
tha fourth Inning, when Pueblo tied the one
Omaha had made In the aecond and went
one to the good. Omaha tied tha score
again in fhe eighth, where It stood at the
and of the ninth, when Umpire MoCarthy
called tha, game because of darkness, the
lowering clouda which were shedding a
little rain making It aomewhat dark.
Omaha rnsae tha first rua In the second
Inning, when . Welch bit a clean single to
right and went to third on Baaaey'a single
to -the aama place and came home on
Flake's error In handling Dolan'a grounder.
Pueblo made two In the fourth, when
Minor waa hit after McOilvray was out
Melch'lor drove a bard one right through
Howard and Minor came all tha way home.
Xtwert popped out to Howard and Measltt
hit for a double, which acored Melcholr.
Omaha tied tha score In tba eighth with
three singles." . Perrlng singled to left and
Welch's aecond hit to right put blm on
third and he cam home on Dolan'a drive
to middle field.
The aama teams play this afternoon,
which will be ladles' day.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Carter, rf' r.
t 0 1 I 0 0
U 27 U
Cook, If 6 1
Mcdllvray, lb 4 0
Minor, cf 6 0
Melchlor. rf S 0
Elwert, Sb 4 , 0
Meseltt. c II 0
Schrsnt, c... a 0
Hnke, ss 4 0
pader. fb 4 0
Morrison, ' p 4 0
..37 1 10 24 13
Hits o c
Iluns 0 4
...o o a a a o o o a 10
ball: Schrant. Bases on
pans: tirr panders, . z; on Morrison. I.
IWt on bases: Omaha. S: Pueblo, 11. Stolen
Me: lionaing. earn nee nits: rerring.
conning., lime: i:sa. empire: Mouaruiy
Score, second game:
AB. R. II. O. A. K
Welch, cf ...
4 0 110
Mesnltt. o ...
0 1 1 1
o a o o
Two-base hit: Mesaltt. Basee on balls:
Off McNeeley, 1; oft Bttmmel, 1 Hit by
pitched hall: By McNeeley, 1 Struck out:
By McNeeley, .: by Stimniell, S. Left on
bases: Omaha, S: Pueblo, S. Double play:
Howard to Dolan. Stolen baaes: Baesey,
Long. Dolan. Minor, Elwert. Time: 1:40.
Natee at tka Gaaaa.
Every man on both team except Schrant
made a hit or two In tha first game.
McOilvray made a circus catch In tha
fl-st Inning when ha landed Howard drive
with on hand.
- Morrison did not coma within a mile of
Mcdllvray with hla throw to first in tha
elxth inning of tha first game.
Mesaltt arid Morrlaon had a enrt of col
lision In the fifth inning, which made Mea
sltt quit for tha remainder ef that game.
. Had Welch been In his right position
he would have caught Meeattt's double and
the ecore would have baan different in Ike
Welch made the sensational play of tha
flay when be made one of ale fainoue foot
ball divea for the lino hit from Edwert a
bat In tha eighth inning. After be had
rolled aver aeveral time be landed upright
with tha balk
SUndera waa plylng tn hard lack yester
day and la nursing sore anlsa aoiA knaas
today from aeveral fcaxa cracks be re
aeivad. Oca ail kws pmt kin ant la tb
last Inning, but he waa gam and xtlajred
the suing out.
Jne Waksh and Frank Band Is, twe of tha
laV4Suaaca aX Ska g-ir1 jiaasa yhtr first
appearance In years at the park Bunday.
Handle said he wanted to e hnw the
modern game we played to be the better
poet ed wnen Colonel Ryder a Cliff Dwellera
go to Schuyler neit Saturday.
Dearer Takes Twe.
SlOrX CITY, la., July l.-Slnu City
dropped two games to Denver thle alter
nnn by the ecorea of 6 to 4 and U to 1
In both the Orlsallea outplayed the Tack
er. though a batting rally In the ninth in
ning of the first game came within an
ace of giving It to Bloux City. An accu
mulation of error in the flrat Inning of
the second game gave Ienver a lead of
l. which wa never approached by the
Peekere. Both team hit the opposing
pitcher hard, a total of all home run
being made In the eighteen Innings. Score,
AB. R. H. PO.
McHale, cf till
Engle. 2b i 1
Kendall, rf 4 0
Huesell, lb 6 0 1
Keddlck, b 4 0
Beiden, If I t
Smith, sa 4 11
Zaliiftky, c I
Adam, p 4
It C 11
Nobllt. cf ..
Weed, lb ...
Meyer, lb .
Froet, iti ...
He, o ....
Corbet t, p .,
Jarrxtt, p ..
Total H 4 U ti U I
Denver 0 0 1 0 1 0 t 0 0-6
Sioux City 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 11
Earned runa: Sioux Ctty, I; Denver, 1.
Home runa: Zalueky, Adam. Douple
plays: McHale to Smith; Smith, Engle to
Ruaeell. Left on bases: SIOUX City, li:
Denver, . Stolen bases: McHale (t,
Meyers. Sacrifice hlta: McHale, Zalusky.
Baaes on balls: OR Adam. Ii oft Cor
belt. ; off Jarrott, 1. Hit by pitched ball:
Reddlck. Struck out: By Adams, 2; by
Corbfclt, 1; by Jarrott, 1. Time: 1:40. Um
pire: Davia. Score, aecond game:
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Engle. 2b .
Russell, lb ,
Keddck, 3b ,
Beiden, If .
Smith, ss ...
Zalueky, o .
Wright, p .
6 2 12 0 0
5 1 0 4 0 0
i I I 1 0 0
6 1 4 13 0 0
4 0 0 1 1 0
f 1 0 3 0 0
i o o a 4 o
4 i a i i o
4 110 7 0
11 14 17 IS
Nobllt, cf ...
Weed. 2b ....
Meyers, lb ..
Newton, sa .
Freeee, c ....
Jarrott, p ....
Jackson, p .
3 a io ti w a
... looooooio a
.. .40001400 0-11
Sioux City. 1: Denver, t
Zalueky. Randall. Home
Nobllt, Zalusky, Wright,
Double play: Smith to Bngie. uen on
henea: Bloux City. 7: Denver, 5. Stolt-tl
...,. MrHele 2 Randall. Sacrifice hit
Reddlck. First base on balls: Off Wright,
i- ntr ttrmii i. nit wnn nucnea Dan
Beiden. Struck out: By Wright, 1; by
Jarrott. S. Paused ball: Frees, iime:
1:46. Umpire: Davis.
Welday Star at tha Bat.
DES MOINES. July 1. Weldey s fifth hit
In the game today acored Caffyn In the
last of the tenth, winning for Dea Molnca
by a score of S to 7. Lincoln had secured
but one hit off Miller up to the fifth, but
from that time on It wa either team s
niM to the end. Hard hitting at oppor
tune times won for Des Moines, aa Lin
coln's numerous errors were seldom costly
while on tha other hand four of the Das
Molnea errora cost runs, score:
AB. R. H. PO. A. E
... a a a a i
... a l l l a o
... o i o o o
... i o l a o o
Towne, c ,
,..4 0 1 6 1 1
Miller, p ,
... s i i a a
...6 o i i i o
4 110 1
S It SO
Two out when winning run wks made.
Des Molnea 100410010 1-8
Lincoln 00001 133007
Two-base hlta: Caffyn, Welday, Miller.
Three-base hit: Thomas. Double plays.'
Hogrlever to Towns, Andreas to Dexter.
First base on balls: Off Miller, 1; off
Eyler, S. Struck out: By Miller, S; by
Eyler, 3. Time: 1:00. Umpire: Keefa. At
taadlatT at tka Teaaaa.
Played. Wou. Loat.
(James today: Pueblo at Omaha, Lincoln
at Dea Moines, Denver at Sioux City.
Ramblers Add Aaother Victory.
The Ramblers added another victory to
their long, unbroken list Sunday by de
feating the Klks by the score of 7 to 1.
The Elks played a good game, but were
outclasaed. Ronan pitched for the Ram
blera, which had a great deal to do with
tha result. He struck out eleven, passed
two and alrbwed but four hits. Robinson
pitched a atrong game at tlmea, but weak
ened aomewhat when hlta meant runa.
AB. R. H. PO. A. B.
Williams, e. .
O'Neill, 3b. ..
Collins, if. ...
Swift, cf. ...
Powers, rf. ,
Marsh, lb. ...
Ronan, p. ....
H. PO. A.
Wei berg, So.
Plerson. lb. .
Billot, lb. ...
Qulgley, e. .,
Qaule, ss. ...
, 3 0
Totala S3 1 4 24
Earned runa: Ramblers, 1. Struck out
By Roblnaon, 8; by Ronan, 10. First base
on balls: Off Ronan. 2; off Robinson. 3.
Two-base hits: Ronan. WilllHms. Sacrifice
hlta: Williams, Collins. Pasrnd ball: Wil
liams', Qulgley. Double play: Doran to
Qulgley. Umpire: Kennlson. Attendance,
Meaapkls Eaiy far Wakaa.'
WAHOO. Neb.. July l.-(Special Tele
gram, y Memphis opened the season today
on Its new ground and waa easily defeated
by Wahoo, 15 to 0. The feature of the
game waa the pitching of Riumann. al
lowing but two hlta and atrlking out eleven
men. Score: R H E
Whoo 3 3 0 1 2 3 1 0 8-16 is. 3
Memphla 0 000000000 34
Batteries: Memphis. F. Hsll and Owena:
Wahoo, Ritamann, Johnson and Smith.
Clarits Beat saldlers,
Tha Fort Crook soldiers plsyed a fast
game, but were outclassed. Score:
Fort Crooks ..0 0000001 01 2 4
Batteries: Clarke. Barrett and Bmlth:
Port Crooks, Flnley and Allen.
laws La gas Reealts.
MAR9HALLTOWN, la., July 1. (Special
Telegram-) Following are the results in
the Iowa league:
Marshalltown. 3; Keokuk. 0.
Fort Dodge, 8: Ottumwa. 8.
Oakaloosa, 2; Waterloo, A.
Burlington, 8; Boone, 1
LAkeeldea Walla Oaaraa.
Tha Lekealdes trouacaa tba National
Guards, lb to 1. at Loop park Bunds y. The
feature of the game waa the pitching of
Moeller, who fanned fourteen men. a How
lug hut tw hi is. ttAUertaa; i alt asides.
Moeller, Flannlcan aqd Cunningham; Na
tional Guards, Nellson and Cott
AMERICA AMOC1ATIO OAMRt
re-laaskas Defeats Tolede aad Gee
lata tka Lea a.
COLCMBUR O.. July 1 Columbus de
feated Toledo by the smallest possible score
and took first place. Coulter s Infield hit,
Klhm s sacrifice and Frkel a long single
gave the run. Score:
AS H O A tlHOil
PlrkerUa. et. 4 4 1 Naaee. ef.... t 1
Wrifl.t. tb. 4 1 t tJ Clark, 11. 4
HinrbmaB, rt 4 I Demoat,
roniiar. If.. I It SJqde. rt.
.. 4 4
Klhm, lb.... S 1 I IKmser, lb..S
Friel. Ib I I tKnabe. Ib... t
Halavltl. m. I I I W ( lark. Ik I
Rraa, I 1 Abbott, a.... I
argr. .... I tramnltt, .. I
Tatals tT lM 14 Total! U 4 M 11 8
Abbott out for Illegal batting.
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 -l
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 v w v V- v
Stolen base: Hlnchman. Sacrifice hits:
Coulter, Klhm. Flrat base on balls: Off
Berger, 3: oft Camnlta. 3. Three-baee hit:
Hlnchman. Double plays: Wiigley to
Klhm, Pickering to Klhm, Demont to W.
Clarke. Hit with pitched ball: Jude. Struck
out: By Berger, 4; Camnlta. S. Wild pitch:
Berger. Time: 1:63. Umpires: Owen and
MlUera Take tka Series.
MINNEAPOLIS. July l.-Mnneapoll
made it three straight from Milwaukee
today, winning by a score of 3 to 1. A long
fly by Oehrlng scored the winning run in
the ninth. Oberlln pitched good ball, but
his bad throw in the ninth was partly re
sponsible for his defeat. The score:
AB H O A E AB H O A E.
Derla. cf.... 4 1 I Roblnaon. all I I I
Sullivan, rf.. I I I
SOrem. rf ... 1 I
lb. 4 11 4 Htbm. It.... 4 114
Ib I t 1 4 1 Batemaa. lb. 4 4 1 1
Hart, If I
4 Hamsblll, et. 4 I 4
I 4 Roth. 4 S 4 I 4
4 Darke, Ib... 4 1 1 I 1
I Mot or' ck. lb I 1 1 4
, I 4
S I Obarlla. .... I 1
Totala SI tJ4 IS S
Tetalt II I rt 14 1
Batted for Thomas In the ninth.
Two out when winning run was acored.
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Two-base hit: Roth. Bacriflce hits: Sulli
van. Oyler. Double play: Shannon to
Oylef to Thomas to Freeman. First base
on balls: Off Thomas, 1; off oberlln, 1.
Struck out: By Thomas, 7; by Oberlln, 6.
Left on bases: Minneapolis, ; Milwaukee,
S. Time: 1:60. Umpires: Yeager and
Uvea Break at St. Paal.
ST. PAUL, Minn., July 1. St. Paul and
Kansaa City broke even in a double
header here today. Score, first game:
KANSAS CITY. ST. PAUL.
AB.H O A t. AB.H O A E.
Perrlne, sa... till 1 Qatar. If 41144
I'iMir, if... Ill
Suadea, a.... 4 1 I I t
Mill. cf. .
rf.. 4 1 OVanZandt, cf 8 4 I 0 4
4 114 4 Frlak, rf I 0 I 4 1
Slattory. lb.. 4 0 II
Fraott, ib... 4 11
4 4 Whealar, lb. I S I
II I Rek'M. aa.. 4 I I 4 I
t Fad dea, Ib... 4 S 4 I 4
S 4 Ralajr, lb.... 4 10 4 4
1 Cor, 4 1 1 I 4
Burke, lb.... 4 11
Leahr. e Ill
Swans, p.... i 4
Totals M I n 14 1 Total! IT 14 17 14 I
Kansas City 2 1 0 0 I 0 0 1 0-7
st. 'Paul o a o o o o o a o s
Two-base hits: Rockenfield, Burke, HlU.
Three-base hits: Wheeler, Perrlne, Hill.
Stolen bases: Cassady. Slattery. Burke.
Leahy, Rockenfield, Haley. Double play:
Siigden, Padden to Raley. Bases on balls:
Off Coy, 2; oft Swann, 3. Hit by pitched
ball: Bv Swann. Frisk tl'): by Coy.
Cassady. Struck out: By Coy, 2. Left
on bases: St. Paul. 9: Kansas City. S.
Time: 1:60. Umpires: Kelsey and Sulli
Score, second game:
ST. PAUL. KANSAS CITT.
AB.H O A E. AB.H.O.A.g
Getar. If I 0 1 I 8 Perrlne. aa . I 4 1 I 1
Busden, (.... 4 4 1 0 1'aaaedf, If.. 4 4 14
Van Zaodt, of I 1 I OWaldron, rf. 4 4 I v 1
Frlak. rf I 1 0 5 4 Hill, of 1114 0
Wbeeler, Ib. 4 114 I Flattery, lb.. 4 1 11 4 0
Book' Id, I 4 14 IPranta, Ib... 4 4 18 4
Padden. lb.. I III Burke, Jb.... 1 1110
Kaler. lb... 4 I 14 0 4 SnlliTaa. .. 4 I 4
Morgan, s... S 1 4 1 4 Bobannea, . I 1 4 I
Totala 11 I tT 18 I Totala II I IT II I
St. Paul 3 11000000-4
Kansaa City 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Two-base hits: Frisk, Hill. Stolen bases:
Padden. Moreran. Van Zandt. Double play
Padden to Kaley. Bases on balls: Off
Morgan, S: off Bohannon, 4. Hit by
Ditcher: Rockenfield. Struck out: By
Unrnn. S: by Bohannon. S. Passed ball:
Sullivan. Wild pltchr Morgan. Left on
bases: St. Paul. 7: Kansas City, 7. Time:
1:40. umpires: ieany ana iveiary.
Staadlagj of tha Teasns. "
Plaved. Won. Lost. Pet
.... 78 43 W .6S9
.... 70 41 Z .Effl
Kansaa City 60
Bt. Paul 69
Indianapolis . 09
Games today: Columbus at Louisville
Indianapolis at Toledo, Milwaukee at Mln.
neapolls, Kansaa City at Bt. Paul.
GAMES IX THE AMERICA LEAGUE
Detroit Baaekea Hlta aa Hawaii aad
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 1. Detroit bunched
hits off Howell toaay ana won, to i.
DETROIT. ST. LOV1S. ,
AB.H O A. E. AB H O.A.B
Vlntrre, It. 4 1 0 4 4 N lira, rf 4 I I 1 0
Bebaefer, Ib. 4 4 8 1 0 Jones, lb.... I I 11 1 0
Crlord. rt. I 8 10 Suwa, If 8 8 4 4 0
Cobb, of 4 4 8 1 8 Hemahlll, ef. I 1 1 1 1
Couihlls. 8b. 4 4 4 8 6 Wallace, aa.. 8 8 8 1 0
Llodeor. lb.. 4 8 10 1 4 0' Brian, lb.. 4 113 1
O'Laarj, aa.. 8 1 4 4 0 Haitian, Ib. 4 0 18 4
111 o spencer, o... 4 o I I
Blartr, p.... 8 0 1 8 4 Howell, p.
8 0 0 8 0
1 0 0 0 4
Totals 81 IITll
.85 10 IT 88 3
Batted for Howell In ninth.
Detroit 1 00000100-3
Bt. Louis 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1
Earned runs: St. Ixnits, 2; Detroit, 1.
Two-base hits: Crawford (2), Wallace,
Btone, Llndsey. Sacrifice hit: Blever,
Hemphill, O'Leary. Double play: Nlles to
Jones. Stolen bases: Jones (31, Hartzell
(2). Hit by pitched ball: By Blever, Nlles.
Wild pitch: Howell. First base on balls:
Off Howell, 3; off Slever, 3. Struck out:
By Howell. 6; by Blever, 4. Left on bsses:
Bt. Louis, 6; Detroit, 7. Time: 1:56. Um
Cleveland Wins Bat f est.
CHICAGO. July 1. -Cleveland defeated
Chicago S to 6 here today In a batting fes
tival, both Altrock and Joss being hit hard.
AB H.O.A E.
Pllck. rf 8 1 1 0 Habn, If..
Bar. ef 8 1 1 ionm, of.
Turrer, aa... 4 8 1 T 'ekell, 8b.
La Join, lb.. 6 8 4 4 m.
Blavall, lk. 8 8 18 4 4 Deaofeue. lb. 4 8 14 4
jaraaon, ir.. a o v f w ftell, rr... 8 10 4 1
Bradler, 8b.. 4 6 8 3 4ulllaa. a... 4 1 8 1 0
Clark, s 8 1 8 8 4 Tansehlll, 8b 4 4 1 1 4
J oaa. p 4 3 4 8 I Altreak, p.... 8 4 8 8 4
Hone 1 4 4 4
Totals 84 11 It IT S
Totala 88 10 IT IT 8
Batted for Altrock In ninth.
Cleveland r...l 3 0 4 1 0 0 1 1-6
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 3 S 0 06
Left an bases: Chicago, T; Cleveland 8
Two baas hits: Jones, Lajole. Clarlc
Sacrifice hits: Bay, o Net 11. Jackson. Tur
ner. Double plays: Isbell to Davis- La
jole to Btovall. Struck out: By Altrock.
V,.by,!"' L ,rir,t bm n baile: Off
Altrock, 3; off Joss. S. Time: 1:44 Um
tanging af tka Twaaaa.
. Played. Won. Loat.
New York 61 87 24
Philadelphia 63 88 26
Cleveland 84 SS 26
Detroit 66 M 29
Chicago 84 84 SO
Bt. Louis 65 83 S3
Waahlna-trin . a-l 44
Boston '. $ 1 11 u
Oames today: St. Louis at Chi care,
York at Philadelphia, Boston at Was
Uaeala Twaas Oatelasssd.
GRAND ISLAND, July l.-(8peclsj Tele
gram )-Th Lincoln Grocers Were com
pletely eutclaased. Rain stopped tha gams
In th eighth Inning. Bear: K
Grand Island ....I I II a-U11'.
Lincoln 0 0 S 0 0 a Sis
aB!L,"'i": "oco,n. Burnet, Ruff and
Smith; Grand Island. Crania and CorbatL
Dtata aad Hallwa Tla.
The game at Diets park between tha
Holly and Diets Sunday ended In the
ninth Inning. 4 to t Tba Coronas and
Diets played four Innings and stopped on
account of rain. Score: Diets. 1; Cor
A very Utaraatiogt gaaaa between tha
Hollye and tn nn AtbleUca at Diets
nark ended la a tla, 4 te 4. awing ta a
decision by tha umpire. Wltk tba score 4
to 1 tn the Holly fever, la th nlath In
ning, the Diets landed a man on third
wiU two sub Ailar JSuoaaU had aurad
two strikes on the hatter he hlr a bal1
whloh Umpire Toung ceiiM rair and the
Same ended right there. Tha hitting and
elding of Rabinowlta. the Holly first
baseman, and the pitching of Bunnell, who
fanned out thirteeo, were the features.
Score: R.H Fi
Hollye 1 01100010 t 11 I
D. A 0 0001001 14 68
Batteries: Bunnell and Spellman; Jones.
Strong snd Msssmsn.
GAMES 1 ATIOAt. I.RAGt B
Ckleaga Defeats t'lnelaaatl by Oaa
. la Kotklaa;..
r-Hirtna Julv 1. Wicker and Reulhach
pitched very evenly and efTectlvely today,
both keeping their hlta well scattered. An
error msde Chicago's run possible. The
visitors hsd hut one chnnce to score and
wajitcd thnt opportunity by poor Judgment
In base running. Score:
AH H O A I. AB.H O A E.
Slaste. rf.... 4 I I 4 lluaflna. Ib. I I I I I
(herkart, IT. 4 S w v nener. u i i
ehulta. rf.. 4 1 eermner. ft J l
i-k.nn Ih . I I II 1 4 IK-iehantr. Ib 4 4 I 1 I
Stemrdt, lb. 10 0 4 0Odell, rf... 4 0 18
Tinker. ea...8 I 4 4 Srhlel. lb ... I I T I 0
Erera. ib 8 14 1 0 ormran, aa. a l i a
Kilns, e 14 8 1 OLMnewion, el 1 T 1 1
Real barb. . 8 I 6 8 Wlrker; p.... 8 1114
Totala II I IT 11 8 Totala 81 I 14 8 I
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Ift on bases: Chicago. 8: Cincinnati,
Two-base hits: Evers. 2. Sacrifice hits:
Stelnfeldt. Kllng. Stolen base: Stelnfrldt.
Double play: Btelnfeldt, Evers and Chance.
Rtriirk nut: Bv Heulbach. I: bv Wicker, t.
Bnse on balls: Off Reulbach, 1. Wild pitch:
Wicker. Time: 1:84. umpire: mem.
Plratea anal Brawaa Spill.
BT. lxll'IB. July 1. Bt. Louis broke even
with Plttabura; today, losing the first tanw.
6 to 1, and winning the second, 8 to 1. Score
PITTSBURG. 8T. LOUIS.
AB H O A E. AS H O A E.
Beaumont, cf 8 8 1 Burrh. rf .. 1110
Oanler. rt... 4 4 4 4 Bennett, Ib.. 1114 0
Sheeban, Ib. I 1 I 0 I tnannos, If.. 4 14 10
Warner. aa..4 14 1 I Smoot. of ... 4 0 4 0
8 10 t Perkier, lb . 8 1 II 0 0
I 1 1 OHnatetter, Ib. 4 I 1 4 4
Rltcber. lb.. 4 111 0 Oradr. c 8 1 0 1
Otbaon. .... 18 1 0 MrBrlda, a.. 4 1 I 4
bearer, p.... 4 111 STarlor. ... 4 118 4
Totals 88 IS IT 10 1 Totala II H 27 it 0
Pittsburg 1 1200001 1-4
St. Louis 0 0000100 0-1
Earned- runs: St. Louis. 1; Pittsburg. 4.
Two base hits: Rltchey. Beaumont. Three-
base hits: Beckley, Leever. Home run:
Bheehan. Sacrifice hits: Ganley, Icach.
Double play: Wagner, Rltchey and Nealon.
Hit by pitched ball: By Taylor. 1: by
Leever, 1. Bases on balls: Off Taylor, 1; off
Iever, 2. Struck out: Hy leever, 8. Left
on bases: Bt. Louis, 13; I'lttstwrg, (i. Time:
1:88. Umpires: O'Day and Carpenter.
score second game:
ST. LOUIS. PITTSBURG.
AB II O A E . AB.H.O.A.g.
Pnrrh. rf. ... I I 1 I 0 Beaumont, ef 4 1 I I 1
Bennett, lb.. I 1 1 I 1 Oanler. if.,, I I t I
Shannon. K.. 4 110 Ogheehaa. lb.. 4 1 t 8 0
Smoot. cf 4 0 1 0 4 Wagner, as.. 4 0 I 1 0
Berkley, lb . I 1 8 0 0 Nealon, lb.. 4 8 1 1 0
Hosteller. Ib 8 4 0 8 .each. If 4 1 1 4 0
McCarthr, c. 8 1 8 1 ORItrkay, ib.. 4 1110
Mr Bride, sa. 1111 0 Pant, e I 1 I 0 0
Efan. I 1 4 OPkilllopa, . 1 0 1 1
Arndt, lb,... 8 4844
Totals II 8 84 7 I
Totals 10 8 17 II 1
St. Louis". 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -8
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Earned runs: Pittsburg, 1. Home run:
Rltchey. Sacrifice hits: Ganley, Bennett.
Double plnys: Rltcheyi Nealon and Shee
han; Mc Bride, Bennett and Arndt. Btolen
base: Bennett. Bases on balls: Off Phil
lippe, 1. Struck out: By Egan, 3; by Phil
llppe, 6. Left on bases: St. Louis, S; Pitts
burg, ti. Time: 1:86. Umpires: O'Day and
Standing af tba Teams.
Played. Won. Iist. Pet.
.... 7 47 20 . 701
.... 64 43 21 .67
.... SS 4,1 22 Mi
.... 6 V84 84 ' .600
.... 64 26 S3 .m
.... 68 26 42 .82
Bt. Louis i,
.... 70 M 44 .371
....4 23' .848
Brooklyn at New York.
Philadelphia at Boston, Pittsburg at St.
Louis, Chicago at Cincinnati. '
JOB DCFFYS BEAT , ORIGINALS
Fast, Claaa Gaaaa Ends la Victory far
tka Home Teasa.
In a fast and clean gatne at the Joe
Duffya' grounda the Lee-Glasa-Andreenuen
Originals went down to defeat before the
fast Joe Duffya of South Ornate Sunduy.
The features of the game were the pitching
of Adams, holding the Duffya down to live
hits, while Smtth of then Jrnffys pitched
equally as well, allowing the Originals but
three hits. Tha Joe Duffya' would Ilk to
hear from the Nonpareils - and Victors.
ab. n. n. po. a
2 2 4
Tslbot, lb 3-
Bpltzen. ss .-...v.... 4
F. Bunker, if 4
Wlllett. Sb 4
Badura. cf....,, 4
Carey, 2b 4.
Cavanaugh, rf 8
Smith, p ;.. 3
3 27 15
AB. R. If. PO.
2 14 15
Duffys 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3
Originals 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 12
Struck out: By Smith. 5: by Adams, 6.
First base on balls: Off Smith, 4: off Adams,
j. Hit with pitched ball: By Smith, 4.
Two-base hits: Bohner, Lawler. Umpire:
Shanalian. . ,
BICKI.ES KNOCKS Ol'T JESE!
Lands Twe Stiff Blows la Foarteentk
Roand, Finishing; Things.
About 4i0 admirers of the fistic art fol
lowed the crowd to No Man's Land yester
day afternoon, when the Courtland Beach
Athletic club pulled off a "boxing contest"
between Guy Buckles and Kid Jensen. Tha
contest resulted In a clean victory' for
Buckles, after a hard-fought battle of four
teen rounds. Two well directed blows In
the fourteenth round put Jensen off hla
plna and out. The event waa one of the
most spirited of its kind seen here for
Principals and apectatora found aotne
difficulty In securing a place for the mill,
as tha Council Bluffs authorities first In
tervened and then the Douglaa county
sheriff sent a telephone message. Finally
a place was selected and tha contest fin
ished without Interference.
Buckles and Jensen went In at catch
weights, with Buckles having considerable
advantage in weight. Jensen proved him
self both gamy and skillful, but as the
rounds went by It became more and mora
evident that Jenaen mas outclassed. Once
during the early rounds Jensen had his
adversary going some. Jensen was on the
aggressive most of the time, but Buckles
showed clever skill In covering himself at
critical periods. Jensen took punishment
well. He received several vicious blows
on the nose and mouth snd bled profusely
at times. Buckles finished strong and etnll
lng. Haitch Smith waa referee and Dan Whit,
Sterllags Defeat Soldiers.
In th second game of a double-header
the Sterlings defeated the Fort Crook team
in a ten-Inning game, not a run being
scored I until tha eighth Inning, when the
Bterllngs acored their first one. The Fort
Crook team scored one in the ninth and
the Sterllnga another In the tenth, the
Km belns a pitcher' battle all through
tween Zlegler and Chrlslenson, of which
Christenson hsd a, little the best of it In
strike outa, getting thirteen to his credit.
It wss a bard fought game aU through.
Sterlings 0 00000010 1-3
Fort Crook 0 0 O'O 0 0 0 0 1 0-1
Base hlta: Fort Crook, S; Sterllnga, 4.
Errora: Fort Crook. 2; Sterlings, 3; Bat
teries: Fort Crook. Zlegler and Smith;
Sterllnga. Chrlslenson and Rocheford.
Tha Coopers defeated tha' Fort Omaha
team by th score of 11 to 10. The fea
turee or tha gams waa tha pitching of Ma
son, who struck out ten men, and the bat
ting of tba Coeper In tha ninth Inning.
Cooper 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 7-11
Fort Omaha 1 3 S t 3 0 0 0-10
Battalias: aid son and Carey; Thorp and
Lyeas Teaats Flayere Wla.
LYONS. Neb.. July L (Special. e Four of
the Lyons Tennis club want over to De
catur. Neb., yesterday and defeated four
at th Daoxur club at tennis. Pearson
snd Lundbcrg defeated Hunt and Page.
4-4 aad 1-a. and Harden and Classen de
feated Hurler and Lambert, 4-1 and 7-4.
&tara funas will ba nlajad as lyaas an
Monday. Lynns will play four member
of tha Wakefield club here on the Fourth.
At Dubuque llloomlngton. 3; Dubuque, 0.
At Decatur lecatur, T; Rock laland, 1.
At Davenport Davenport. 4; Teorla, o.
At Bprlngtleld Springfield. 7; Cedar
CHICAGO LITE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Steady Best Rags Strong,
Others Weak Sheep Weak.
CHICAGO. June .-CA TTLB Receipts
600 head; market stesdy; beeves, 84.m,j i;
cows snd heifers. 31 f6.10; siockers ana
feeders, i:7(u4; calves, IS rtnti.2f.
HOitrt- Receipts, n.oim head, estimated
Monday, 4f,0 head; best strong, otnets
weak; mixed and utchers, Sn 4.Vd :';
good heavy, K 7iVu ; rough heavy, KMl
SO; light. $ 4Mi 0; pigs, 85.66Ue.45;. bulk
of sales, $n.7iJj m.
BHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts. i.mi,
head; market weak: sheep. 13 45.S;
yearlings, IH.oofjoo; lambs, 85 JP-37.75.
Kansaa Ctty Lira Stark Market.
KANSAS CITY, June SO. CATTLE
Receipts 1.000 head, including no south
erns; market steady; choice export an-t
dressed beef steers, 3S40f S.00; fair to
good, 84 26fe 6 10; western fed steer. 13.20
ttfi.85; storker and feeders, 82.75 4(4.6);
southern steers, 33 00 iff f. 00; southern cows,
82.2o03 oO; native cows, 32 0094 RO: na
tive heifers. tS.intf J SO; bulls. 12 60 4.00:
calves, 82.506 5. 60. Receipts for the week
HOGS Receipts 3.600 head; market
strong; top, 38.87 H ; bulk of sales. 16 rt
4 B; heavy, 36.65 VS. St Vi ; packers. 36. CO
6.S7tt: pigs and lights, in.,6'u bj. ."V
celpts for the week 63.100 head.
BHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts 600
head; market eteady; lambs. 3.O08.OO; 1
fed sheep and yearlings, I6.00 6.;; Texas
and Arlxona clipped yearlings, 86.00tf ".' ;
Texas and Arlxona clipped sheep, Sa-OOtr
6.60; Texas goats, 13. 2i ii 3.76; stocker and
feeders, 33.26 a 6.00.
it. Loals I.lve Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 80 CATTLE R.
celpta, head, Including 175 Texans; mar
ket steadv; native shipping and export
steers, 34 SopS 85; dressed beef and butcher
steers, 83.7("&6.26; steers under 1.000 pounds,
Sa.fU4.30; stockers snd fetrters. 82.50(84 21;
cows and heifers. 3-'OU05.25; canncrs. I.(W
2.00; bulls. 32 4in8i.00: calves, 3;i.W0 4 00;
Texas and Indian steers, 82. KT 60; cows
and heifers. 32O0J3.5O.
HOGS Receipts. 2.500 hen J; narket
steady; pigs and lights, $SK'&o',A, packers,
ti?41.75; butchers and best htavy, 80.66
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 0 head;
market steady; native muttons, ti OO'hpi.ou;
lambs, 84OiK0OO; culls and bucks 3.Ktf
6.60; stockers. 3.1ogC 20.
New York Mrs Stock Market,
NEW YORK, June SO BEEVES Re
ceipts 3.666; feeling nominally steady, ex
ports today 1,000 cattle and 6,820 quannra
CALVES Receipts none; 300 ataia
calves were on sale. Steady. Common to
choice veals sold at, 82.606.00 per 100
pounds; no sales of buttermilks reported;
city dressed veals slow at 6tf Vc pet
pound; country dressed veals, 4ti8Vc.
HOGS Receipts 342 head; market feel
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 7,631
head; sheep slow and weak at 34.004.iS;
lambs, 37.269 8.60; dressed mutton slow at
SHflOHc per pound; dressed lambs dull
sod weak at IS 16c.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., June 30. CATTLE
Receipts, 88 head; market nominal: na
tives, 84. 2506.76: cows and heifers, $1.503-4.6;
siockers and feeders, 32.75tf4.0O.
HOGS Receipts, 6.1R1 head; market
steady to a shade higher; light, 36.4or6.6u;
medium and heavy, $6.06!a.70, bulk of sales,
6HEKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 413 head;
market 1533uc lower; lambs, 37.S0iS7.Si.
Sloax City Live Stock Market.
8IOUX CITY, Jsn. 80-(fpeclnl Teles-ram.)
CATTLE Receipts. 200 head: mar
ket steady; beeves. 34.0UQ640; cows, bulls
and mixed, 83.0004.50; stockers snd feeders,
83.25itfH.20; calves and yearlings, 84. 0CSf4 10.
HOGS iteceipts, i.uuu neao; marvel
about steady, selling at 86,366.66; bulk of
sales, 84-406. 46.
Stock ta Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday were as follows:
South Omaha 126 10,130
Bloux City 200 7.0ii0
Kansas City 1.0X1 8.H00 bOO
Bt. Joseph 88 6.1K1 413
Bt. Louis 200 3.500 8"0
Chicago 600 11.000 1.000
' Totala 2.164 40..411 4,813
. Mtaaeapnlla Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 30. FLOUR First
patents. S4.351H.45; second patents, J1.204J
4.30: first clears, S3.60tfj3.tiu; second clears,
BRAN In bulk, S16 2P015.6O.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations fot
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery.) Th
range of prices, ns reported by F. D. Day
& Co.. 110-111 Board of Trde, was:
Articles. Open. High.) Low. Cloa. Tes y.
81311 SI 80;
Am !, '
Minneapolis Cash Prlcee Wheat: No. 1
hard, ls3c; No. 1 northern, 81c: to arrive,
2vic; No. 3 northern, 81c; ta arrive. 81c;
No. 3 northern, 7S0c; No. 1 durum, 72Tc;
No. 3 durum, 709c. Corn: No. S yellow,
43c; No. 3, 4c. Oats: No. 3 white, 37c;
No.sl, S6i3. Barley: 39SI&C. Rye: i6ra
6Mcria: Cash. 31.09.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, June SO. WH EAT July,
72c; September. 73c: December, 7Sc.
Cash No. S hard. 7ti78c; No. 3, 72&77Vkci
nomlnel; No. 2 red. 78c; No. S. 7337, c.
CORN July, 48c; September, 48c; De
cember. 4f.c; Cash No. 2 mixed, 49j'14C ;
No. S. 484c; No. 2 white, 4!Hy&4Hc; No.
OATS No. 1 white, SWtOc; No. 1 mixed,
Steady to lower; choice timothy,
HS.50i-(fJ4 00; choice pratrlo, SlO.Gutf 11.00.
RV K Steady. 5tVuic.
KGOS Steady; Missouri and Kansaa new.
No. 2, whltewood cases Included, 14c;
esse count. 14c; cases returned. c less.
BL'TTER Creamery, lc: packing. 1.1c.
Wheat, bu 57,ono 8,000
Corn, bu 81.0"0 .0il
Outa, bu H.U00 1.000
NEW YORK, June 30 COTTON B pot
closed quiet; middling uplands, 10 80c; mid
dling gulf. 11 06c. No sales, v
NEW ORLKANB, June 80. COTTON
Spot closed firm. Sales. 726 bales. Low
ordinary, 7V nominal; ordinary, Sc; good
ordlnarv, SS-18c: low .udilllng. 10c; mid
dling, il; good middling, llc; middling
fair. 12c, nominal: fair. I2c. Receipts, 1,781
bales; stock, 1,524 bales.
Philadelphia Produce Market. '
PHILADELPHIA, June SO. BUTTER
I'nchange'd; extra western creamery,
?0c; extra nearby prints. 23c.
EGGS Steady: nearby fresh 18c at
mark; western fresh, 18c at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full cream
choice, llVatfH New York full cream
fair to good, 10 11c.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. June SO WHEAT
Steady: No. 1 northern. Salute; No. 3 north
ern. MV4ittc: September. Klc.
RYE Bieady ; No. 1, tAQfior..
BARLEY--Bteady; No. 2, 66c; sample, 45
CORN Bteady: No. S cash. 62363c; Sep
tember, 6240 asked.
PEORIA. June, SO.-CORN-Hlgher; No. 3
yellow and No. 3, 52c; No. 4, 6lc; no
OATS Firm: No. i whit. 40c: No. 3
white, SSa3Mc: No. 4 white, 38390.
Liverpool Grala Market.
LIVERPOOL. June SO WHEAT Spot,
nominal. Futures, steady: July, fis 6 d;
September. 0s 7d; December, fia 7d.
CORN Spot, steady; American mlxd,
old. 4s lid. Futures, quiet; July, is 8d;
September, 4a 7d.
Dalatk Grala Market.
DULUTH. June SO WHEAT To arrive
and on track: No. 1 northern, S3c; No. 3
northern, -c; July, S2c; September, sltc,
OATS To arrive, on track and July, 38c
est R eased y
Mr. If. F. Borrougha. an old and wall
known resident of Blufflon. Ind., says: "I
regard Chamberlain'a Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy as tha very beat remedy
for bowel trouble- I make this statement
after having aaad tha remedy In my family
lor eevaral jraara. 1 am asvar wlUkaut SL"
1 13 1 13
1 134, 1 13
1 11 1 13
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Etosdj at Times, bat Visions
GOVERNED BY SOUTHWEST CONDITIONS
Cora Hslda Very Firm, vrtth Interest
(enterleg la Jelf l.lahter Move
ment Neat Week Predicted
Oata Market Stakbora.
OMAHA, June 30. ;.
While steadying at limes, the
market mas meatt, beptemixr closing He
lower. The buying e..is chiefly to cover
shorts. 'Jheie was little in the neas to
encuursge taxing the long side. The Dji.k
ot cuur8e, are hanking on some setback lit
the northwest to give them a footli,ld.
For toe moment conditions In the cutu
wst governed. Reports Indicate that tin.
yield is fuliy up to expectations and the
quality fine. Fair weather Is Indicnrfd
tnrough tne harvest districts and II this
proves true Monday it will facilitate
culling, threshing and movement. South
western millers are said o be unusimhy
mdmerent o new crop ri orts and theie
la no export demand. X cable I ruin
Argentina on wheat says seeding is gm.itf
forward slowly; ndverse conditions pirvail
se.'e Si ed is already sown; progress is
Impaired by drouth,
t orn was a very Arm niarkit with Inter
est centering to some extent In the July.
Country movement Is tight. Prospec's
are tor Smaller receipts next week and fair
cash demand. toupicd witn tnis are
possibilities In th way of drv weather next
tints continue to be strong, stubborn
market. The combination of a shtutaRC
In the oats and hay crops gives the specu
lative position a bullish tone. Receipts aro
moderate and cash demand continues good.
Primary wheat receipts were 3?,000 bushels
and shipments 81,000 bushels, against re-
THE YELLOWSTONE PARK.
Plan your Pacific Coast tour so ns to include this won
derland. LIVINGSTON TO MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS
AND RETURN, $5.00.
SIDE TRIP LIVINGSTON THROUGH THE PARK
AND RETURN Including rail and coaching fare and
five and one-half days' board at the splendid Park hotels
FROM OMAHA AND EASTERN NEBRASKA
THROUGH THE PARK AND RETURN Including rail
rates, coaching fare through the Park and five and ono
half davs' accommodations at the Park hotels, only $75.
FROM OMAHA AND EASTERN NEBRASKA TO
GARDINER (Entrance to Park) AND RETURN Only
$45.00. Beyond Gardiner you can make your own arrange
ments for transportation and hotels and can stay aa long
as you like in that vacation land.
VIA CODY, WYOMING Kound trip to Cody, from
Omaha, $30.10. Fifteen days' personally conducted camp
ing tour from Cody through Yellowstone Park over the
"Sylvan Pass Route," everything provided, only $55.00.
This is an ideal way to spend one's vacation through the
PUBLICATIONS-Send for the Burlington's Yel
lowstone Park 1906 folder, describing all Park tours and
arrangements, both via the Gardiner entrance and the
"Sylvan Pass Route" from Cody.
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Round trip tickets on sale every day to many points
in Canada and New York at
ONE FARE, plus $2.00, for 15-day ticket.
ONE FARE, plus $4.00, for 30-day ticket.
I ST. PAUL RY.
Also low round trip rates to many points in Wisconsin
and Michigan. For full particulars call on or write to
F. A. NASH,
General Western Agent., 1524 Farnam St., OMAHA, NEB.
Lesrlng Omaha July 16th (Monday) 4:00 p. m.
Arrive Demer July 1 "lh (Tueaday) 7:00 a. txu
Tbla train a ill be equipped with Pullmau Palace
sleeping cars, Pullman Tourist Bleeping cars.
Buffet Smoking and Library cars, frea
Recllnlng-Cbalr cars and Dining
car meals a la carte.
Tickets on a&le July 10th to 16th at
$15.00 for the ROUND TRIP
CITY TICKET OFFICE. FAIl.NAM HTHLET
clpt l.it eir of accent piisbets snd fhlv
ments of ;h.imi bushel Corn relpts wei
i") bushel snd shipments rn,ii buhe!s,
ncilnt receipt (net ye.ir of 7tiJ.v buehels
Hnd shipment of S7I. b'ihels. Clear.
.I'icea ' st.Mi huahels of wheat, 1.VK
lMihel of flour. l"' IniNliels of corn and
;i-i,inl biiehct of oiM.
l.lverpoi rloH,1 '.u'i'l lower on wheat
snd Vii'id hlKhr on . orn.
Telegram from Dennis nt Cblcseo to Von
Dorn Gnln conipmv: Twenty-five thon
eund hu-,rts of No. 1 northern whest lust
old here at Ce over September to a miller.
Look like the hresk In wrest was over.'"
HroonihHll etlmntes world's whest ship
mc? ts for Mond.iy st JftiKKio bushels,
sxninst 8.1'aoo bushels last week and 11,
1"4.iiii bushels lust yesr.
Locnl rsnue of options:
Articles. ip n High. Low. Close TeiTy.
A asked. B bid
Ornaka Cash Salea.
COBN-No. 3 white, 1 car, 4Sc; No. 1, 1
car, 4Sc; 1 car, 47c.
Omaha Cash Trlcea.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 7S7Sc; No 3 hard,
fWi73c; No. 4 hnrd. n-.nil'c; No. 1 spring,
73c; No. I spring. ttTlvc.
CORN No. , 4Sc; No. S, 47H.c; No. 4,
46V-47c; No. ! yellow. 4e; No. 3 yellow,
47VWc; No. 3 white. 4fg-l!U.,c.
(1ATS No. 3 mixed. SSMf.lTc: No. 3 whlta,
37h3;4c; No. 4 white, S(Vd3t'-c; atandard.
RYE-No. 2, 57c; No. S. SA3C7C,
Wheat. Corn. Oat.
Bt. Louis ....
ft n I
J. 11. lieyilQIQS, b. r. A., 1502 Firno Street.
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