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SOXAND TIGERS BREAK EVEN
Tint Gtaeii Eur for Oucaet Breams of
Will.u' lor Work.
SEC0N1 CONTEST IS HARD FOUGHT
Detroit Makes Its Two Raas
la tfca Seventh laalaa-
Bcarei of Other
DETROIT. Mich., Mar . Chicago br--k9
ven with the home team in a aouDie-
header. Wlllets' wUdnesn and hie lnof-
ferrtlvens. with men on bases made the
. . . . . . I
visitors riciorj m inn ou,-.
cna. Both KUllan and Smltn ma spienaia
work lr the second. Score, first game:
CH1CAOO . DETROIT. I
B H O.A B. B K.n AS
Hahs rf....S 1 o triniTr, If . ft I l a
T Inn, rf.l I I 0 Ocouthlin. Jb. I I 1 ,
lanail. . If I 0 4 op Jodm. cf . 4 0 10 1,
l.onono-, ... v,.,. - . . .
Roh. Ih 4 114 IRrniiii, lh. 4 1 in 0 0
m, in. i " v
'' lb -I 1 2 . i !
' r-; ? i I i
y, o 1
rri. n I I I 1 2b.. I l
gulllln, lb... I 1 l'Hmlll
Klu,Sa.V.i I iwSV ::i I l i i
EuDanki, p .. I 1 I v wi
TotaIa..-..2 1 tl II 4 'Downt 1 0 0 0 0
Totmlt IT I IT 14 I
Batted for WUleta In the fifth.
Ctetrolt -....0 1 0 0 0 0 S 0 04
Two-baae hlta: Coughlln, Donokua. Hlta:
Off Wllleta. 7 In five Innlnga; Bubarvk, S In
four InnJnga Sacrifice hit : Schmidt. Stolen
baaea: F. Jonea, Rohe (I). Left on baaea:
I-wtrolt, 8; Chicap-o, 4. liases on balls: Oft
Wllleta, 6: oft Patterson, 1. First base on
errors: L troll, 4; Chlcafro, 8. Htruck out:
By Wllleta, 5; by Patterson, 2. Wild
pltchoa: Wllets, 2. Time: 1:4a Umpire:
Ste-fford and Sherldiu.
Score, second game:
B.H.O A.B. B.H.O.A.K.
WrtntTo. It 4 s I 0 OHatm. rf I 0 I 0 0
Courhltn, Sb. 4 I 1 I If Jw of.. 4 0 10 0
I. Jour, cf.. 4 0 10
IPbBll. II W "
0 luinobu. lb.. 4 1 11 1 1
0 Kobe. 2t 1 I 1 I 0
Cobb, rf 4 1 I 1
RBuma.it. lb.. 4 9 11
S-rhfr. Jb . I 1 I I
Pirn, c 4 11
O Lry, m... 1111
1 til. M 4 0 0 4 0
OQulllln. lb... 4 10 11
0 McKarland, c. 4 1 I 1
1 Smith, p 4 1110
EIHUiD, p.... I 0 I 4
'Walsh 1 0 0 0 0
Total U f 17 11 I'SulllTan .... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 16 I 14 II I
Batted for Ilahn In the ninth.
Batted for F. Jonea In the ninth.
Potrolt 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
Chicago 0 0001000 0-1
Two-base hit: Rohe. Sacrifice hits:
KUllan, Hahn, Rohe. Stolen baaca: Coufch
Un, Bchaeler ' O'Leary, F. Jonea, yullUn
O). Smith. I)outle plays: Cobb to Rona
man: Puyne to Rossman. Left on bajea:
Iwtxott, ; Chltaao, 10. Basea on balla: Off
Killian, 1, oft Smith. 1. Flint base on er
rors: Detroit, 2; Chicago, 2. Struck out:
By KlUiun, 3; by Hmith, 3. Wild pitch:
Smith. Time: 1:50. Umpires: SUHord
New York Wins In Tenth.
PHILADKLPHI V. May 3. New York de
feated Philadelphia today In a ten-lnnlng
NEW YORK. rMlliAUtLrnifc
B.H.O. A E.
Hoffman, cf . . I 0 0 0 0 Hartaol, If. .
Xaolor, rf.... 0 1 0 0 roaa. 10....
Eitnald, as. 4 0 4 Igrrtiold. rf..
Can, lb.... 4 111 OUayla, lb-cf.
Laiwrto, lb.. 6 1 I 0 0 Murphy, lb.
Conror. It.... I 1 I 0 0 Knight, lb..
Williams, lb. 4 0 1 0 OLord. cf
Klalnow, 0...I 1 I I VBihrara, lb.
Doyla, p I 0 1 I V rowan, 0...
Totals K I U 10 K oomba, p...
4 10 0 0
4 0 111
I 1 0 0 0
t 1 11 0
4 0 I I 0
10 10 0
Total! II I 10 17 I
Batted for Powers In the ninth.
New York 0 001 toouujV-ji
-Miaaeitnia u uavuvvvv o
Two-base hlta: Chase. Laoorte. Sacrl
flea hit: Doyle. Stolen bases: Hoffman,
Keeler, Conroy, Hurtswl, Davis. Double
Slay: Murphy to Cross to Davis. Left on
as:' New York, 8; Philadelphia, . First
boae on balls: Off Doyle, 4; off Cbombe, ft.
First base on errors: New York, 2; Phila
delphia, 2. Struck out: By Doyle, S: by
Coombs, 5. Passed ball: Klelnow. Time:
2:07. Umpires: Connolly and Hurst.
' Boston Shots Oat Washington.
Washington, May s.'-Young and
Kalkenberg hud a pitchers' battle today,
the good support of the former enabling
Boston: to defeat Washington, 8 to 0. Score;
X BOSTON. WASHINGTON.
uIHtsd cf.. I 0 I 0 OOinley. rf...4 110 0
Pir.nl. If.... I 1 1 0 OSchalfly, lb.. 4 1 I I I
Vogliub, lb..,4 111 OCroaa, lb 4 0 1 t 0
Col Una, lb... 4 0 1 1 1 And.non, lb. 4 111 0 1
Orlm.niw. rf 4 0 1 0 OAlllMT, of.... I 100
rvrria. lb.... 4 0 4 1 OJooaa. If 4 0 10 0
Wagnar, ii... 4 0 11 OParrln. aa ..l 0 110
Bbaw, 0......I 0 6 1 OWarnar, C....I 010
Young, p 1 1 1 0 OFalkanbarg, p 0 0 I 0
Pattan, p 0 0 0 0 0
. Totals U I 17 I 1 'Hickman ...1 0 0 0 0
Total! 11 4 17 1 4
Hickman batted for Falkenberg In the
Boaton 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 03
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Anderson, Ganley, Altlzer.
Sacrifice hit: Parent. Stolen bases:, Jones,
Collin. Wagner, Young. Left on bases:
Washington. 6, Boston, 4. First base on
balls: Oft Falkenberg. 2; off Young, 1.
First basu on errus: Washington, 1; Bos
ton, 3. Hit by pitcher: By Young, 1. Struck
out: By , FaJkenberg. 3: by Young, 6.
Wild pitches: By Young, 1; by FalkeiiDerg,
1. Time: 1:45. Umpire: Evans.
St. Lonla Defeats Cleveland.
CLEVELAND. May 3-8t
tented Cleveland today 10 to 6, eueh club'
using three pitchers. 7ioore and Pelty
were the only ones to snow gooo iorm.
In all twenty-nine hits were made for a
total of thirty-eight bases. Score:
ST. ixil ls. CLEVELAND
stooi. If 4 1 1 1 OHInchman. If 1 10 0
H.mohlll. rf. 6 10 0 Osiovail. lb... 4 10 0 1
Wkirlng. cf. 6 I I 0 vFllrk. rf 4 110 0
Willaoa, u..6 I I 6 OLaloli. lb.... 6 110
Yiagir, lb.... 6 111 Oi'lirk. e 4 1 0 0
Jonva lb t 1 1 0 OBndliy, lb.. .6 14 0
li.lrhanljr, Ib I 1 0 4 lBlrm'him, cf I 1 10 0
Rtt-rhoua, o,. 6 8 I 0 OTurnir,. !.... 4 1110
PowilL j p. i.. 0 0 0 1 OHiii, p 1 0 0 10
Morgan, p.... 110 1 OThlalman. p. 0 0 0 0 0
Nllaa OMoora, p I 0 0 10
Polly, p 0 0 0bay ........1 1000
Totala 41 16 17 11 1 Total! 91 14 V II 1
Batted for Thlelman In fourth.
Batted tor Powell In second.
St Louis 0 1 1 6 0 3 0 0 010
Cleveland 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 06
Two-base hits: Bradley, Wallace, Sts
phena. Three-base -hits : Lajole, Wallace,
Pickering. Hits: Off Powell In one In
ning, 7; off Morgan In four Innings, 7; off
Hess In three Innings, 9; off Thlelman In
one Inning, 8. Sacrifice hits: Stovall, Bir
mingham. Stolen bases: Hemphill, Wal
lace." Jones, Yeager, Delehanly. Double
play: Wallace to Jonea. First base on
errors: ' St. lxula, S. Hit by pltchsr: By
Hess. 1: by Moore, 1. Passed bull: Clark.
Wild pitch: Moore. Time: 1:15. Umpire:
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
New York W
Boston ., 17
St. Louis 18
11 6 .6,7
8 8 .0.0
7 10 .412
5 10 .833
6 13 .278
Games today: Chicago at Detroit, St.
uKl4 me uioou, Diseases are carried from one treneraon to .
Parents transmit them to their children, and so i oes dowrX 1 1
,ffirfntyT1 un,less., tt is removed from the bSf Est tl Wy ia
Si Scn?rUa' t0I Jt " disease that is "bred i the bc.-.e. and uKest
ewe will finally undermine the entire health and wreck the life of itvf-i,.
I&h IS 7 hPtr$ i rofula glds or tSSoS Tall
ih.h"rS' rad,.bccome charging ulcer8i Catarrh oh.
r.., - diseases, etc. 1
tutional disrau nn ofTf, t,
. ,, . . . -"-vw.15 tume circuiauon, must be treated with a
remedy that builds up and strengthens every part of the system, which has so
in blood. S. S. S. 13 the best of all blood purifiers and the irreatest of all
J3l"T, .or? tne ideal remedy for Scrofula. S. S. S. searches out anrl
. .izr:: -K "njr.
nntin lifirV. -tl.. g v, U ever Beeo nd posterity is Started I fighters, it is thought that there will be
i .? . aclen.Ptire blood Supply, which U their risrhtful tntifrit!,, ! handeume profit for the rromcters. Seats
"m,aB is DUlivl up every part of the SVStem tl, Farmer-. hallae Accepted
ana medical a.tvioo fr
louls at Cleveland, Nw Tork at Phila
delphia, Boston at Washlngton.
GAMES H TUG RATIONAL LR AGt'tC
Sew York Win Cloae an F.eltla
Contest from Brooklyn.
NEW TORK, Mar J.-Nw York proved
tno murh for Prooklyn today In a close
rame. winning 1 to 0. Tho home team got
the winning tally In th firth Inning on
a base on balii, a sacrifice and a single.
NEW TORK. BROOKI.TV.
B H O A K. B.H.O. A. at.
Sh.nnnn. If.. I 0 M.oml.f. rf . . 4 0 1
("rant, rf.... I I M nhT. If 4 1 1
Piths, lb... I til I Alpirmaa. lb 4 1 4 J
l.TTlinvir, cf..l t I 0 OJnrdtn. lb . . I Oil
pr-.tiha. e I I 1 OMilnniy. of.. I 0 I 0
Bovirm'n, lb I 1 1 0 bll, ...I 0 1 I 0
Pinion, an. . . I oil OHnmmll. lb.. I 0 1
rnrntran th t -1 1 I SHiitl.f. fi 19 110
Mathiinon, pi 0 1 I cany 1 J I
. Htrlrkl.tl. D.. U V V
TBt,ta j rf 11 1
Totali i I 14 is 0
'Ratted for Butler In the ninth.
M W II ri u i v rr i v v v
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Tw..i,,u n!t. Alrjerman
Rowerman. Left on bases: Brooklyn. 3;
ew 1 "TK. I " 'J"""-
fflnuipiiBim, i; on nun ruh,
nn errors: uroomyn. i. mrui; um. d.y
Mathewson, S; by Ptiirkiett. 5. Time: lii.
empires: Klem and E'nslie.
.p. . . ...
BOSTON, May 8. Th
team went to pieces In the
. n, ntlv Kc
s seventh today
and Boston won easily. Score:
riiloa, rt 4 1 I 0 OThomn. rf . . I 1 1 0 0
Trnnoy, lb... I 1 II I OOlraaon, M.. 4 1 I I 1
Boaiimnnt, cf I 1 4 0 CTItua,. rf i 0 0 0 0
Howard, If... I 10 0 tKM, If.... 4 0 I 1
Br1dw.ll, n. 4 0 1 I 1 Branaflald, lb I Oil 0 0
RIK-bay, 2b . I 0 I 1 CourtDny, lb. I 1 I I 1
Brain, lb 4 111 1 Donlln, is.... 4 0 0 1
Brown, e 4 1 4 1 OJarklltaeh. . 4 0 4 1 0
Linda man, p. I 0 1 4 0 Lruah. p I 1 0 I 0
Mores, p 0 0 0 0 0
TotaU 10 6 27 14 I 'Knaba 0 0 0 0 0
Total! II 4 14 16 I
Batted for Moren In ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 1
16 0 -4
0 0 0 02
Two base hit: Beamont. Base hlta: Off
Lush. 6 In seven Innings. Stolen bases:
Bransflcld, Lush, Bates. Louble plays:
Poolln, Qleoson and Bransfield; Brldwell,
Rltchey and Tenney. Loft on bases: Bos
ton, 8: Philadelphia, 10. Bases on balls:
Off Lush, 4; off Moren, 1; off Llndaman, 7
Hit by pitcher: Tenney. Struck out: By
Lush, 2; by Moren, 2; by Llndaman, 4.
Time of game, 1:46. Umpire, Rlgler.
At Chlcaao Chicago-Pittsburg game post
poned; cold weather.
Atandlna- of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost Pet.
New York 17
St. Louis 17
14 3 .8?3
13 3 .812
9 3 .TUi
7 8i .4.W
5 101 .333
3 14 .177
1 13 .071
Games today: Brooklyn at New York,
Philadelphia at Boston. Pittsburg at Chi
cago, Cincinnati at St. Louis.
GAMES IX AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Darkness Ends Ten-InnlnT Tie Be
tween Colnmbua and St. Pool
COLUMBUS. O., May 8. Umpire Kerln
stopped today's game after ten Innings on
account of darkness. Four bases on balla
gave Colu nbua a run In the sixth. Score:
COLVMBfS. ST. PAl'L.
Ralllay, If... 4 0 6 1 0 Punlaary, rf. 4 1 I 0 0
FVI.l lh i 0 1 I OKorhlar Cf . . I 1 4 0 0
I Juf. rf I 0 1 0 VFrlrk. If 4 110 0
.llioo Oaairr, cf...l 110 ONordTka, lb.. 4 1 10 I 0
.10 11 O'Kihtn. lb....l 011 1 OHartaol. 11. . 5 1 0 I 0
.00 0 0 01 Hulawltt, 11.4 0 0 1 CPlddrn, lb... I 1170
.41160' Wrlgloy, 2b. . 4 0 4 1 OTIrmerir. lb 4 1110
.1 0 0 0 0 ) Blua, o 4 0 6 1 ORugdin, 0....I 1110
I Tnwnaand. B. 4 1 0 B OAilama. D I 0 I I 0
i Totala It) I m 17 0 Totali 11 910 II 0
iGam0 called, darkness.
Columbus 0 00001000 01
St. Paul 0 00000010 01
Stolen base: Gessler. Sacrifice hits: Klhm
(2), Koehler, Nordyke, Sugden, (Adams.
Bases on balls: Off Townsend, 3; oft
Adams. 6. Two base hit: Gessler. Three
base hit: Hnrtiel. Double play: Rellley
and Blue. Hit by pitcher: Frisk. Struck
out:- By Townsend. 2; by Adams, 2. Time
of game, 1:49. Umpire, Kerln.
Ilooslers Easy for Brewers.
INDIANAPOLIS, May 3 Milwaukee had
no trouble defeating the locals today,
winning 6 to 8. Cromley lasted but one
Inning, Summers taking his place at the
beginning of the second. Score:
P.oblnaon. aa. 4 1 I 6 OWUllima. as. 4 1 8 I 0
Green, rf.,...6 10 0 OCoultar, If... 4 0
MThrinoy, If 6 1 10 UH.m.i, rt....i 0
Biiilla, lb... 4 IV) 0 IKrug. Ib 4 I
Clark, lh 1 0 1 0 lCarr, lb 4 1
Roth, e 1 I I 1 OZalglrr, cf... 4 1
Hamphlll, cf. I 1 4 0 0 Lulnialon. ol 0
McCorm'k. !b 4 114 0 Hopka, lb.... I 1
Goodwin, p... 4 1 1 t OCromliy, p... 0 0
Bummeri, p.. I 0
1 0 0
a a a
1 J K
J J ,
Totali 14 11 77 11 I
Total! It I 17 II I
Milwaukee 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 14
Indianapolis 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 08
Two base hits: Green, McChesney, Roth,
en, jicveBney, riom,
a,, hit- McCnrmicU
4 Sln one &
it Innings. Sacrifice
nempnili. Three ba
Hits: Off Cromley
summers. 7 In eight Innings.
hits: Summers. Robinson, Roth. Stolen
base: Williams. Double plays: McCormlck.
Robinson and Bevllle; Goodwin, McCor
mlck and Bevllle. Left on bases: Indian
apolis, 4; Milwaukee, 6. First base on
balls: Off Cron.ley, 3; oft Goodwin, i.
First base on errors: Indianapolis, 2. Hit
bV Ditcher: Hlmes Clark Ilemnhlll Hti-iiU
out: By 8ommers, 3: by Goodwin. 2.
Passed balls: Roth, 2. Tlma of game i'45
I Stanalna- of the Teams,
Played. Won. Lost.
I Columbus 14
' l.oulsvelle 12
Kansas City 10
St. Paul 15
Games today: Columbus at 8t.
Toledo at Minneapolis, Louisville at Kan'
aaa City, Milwaukee at Indianapolis.
Drother Dave Too Slow.
Brother Dave was unable to get all the
snow shoveled off the diamond in time for
the game with Sioux City Friday afternoon.
LINCOLN, May 8. Llncoln-Des Moines
gauie posiponed on account of snow.
No Games la Three-I Leattne.
At Clinton Dubuque game postponed,
At Cedar Rapids Rock Island game post
At Springfield Peoria game postponed,
At Decatur Bloonilngton game postponed,
C. P. Shops Team.
OMAHA. May t To the BDortlng Editor
of The Bee: The Union Paclllc car shops
team iibi uriiuiieu anu aeires gameB Willi
any class A or B team, in or out of town.
The lineup Is a fast bunch of players and
includes: Fred Bylund. pitcher; Henry
BHker, catcher: Spot Brown, first; Wilson
Atkins, second; George Brugeman, ohort;
Omnha to play off In the future Sloui j ,n,eRu7?,V 1 . received u
Cltv la scheiluleo to rj.v in nmh o...,- m dnight Saturday night. The staki
o i J 1 h l niR up a on a morA nrT rrin err m a i t. ----- - J " ' '
a.. ' tries cloae May 1. but seventv-two
...... .'UMUD.. I
KILLS THE GEIE1S
he trouble being; so firml v intrench ;
, . . " uc'"J.i consii-
chness and vigor to the
i Hn i nfifYiiirrn i w aw At.
TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. AILASJA. GA.
Joe Flaanlrk, third, ami Hennlr-gsen. Zoch
mloster, Crlegler and "Neusle'' ara In the
field. Teems wishing games, address Henry
A. Hta-wart, maiiHir. 1A4 Park Wild ave
nue, or 'phone Rod
rtnaae nefeata the formal
PKTllT, NVh.. Mny 1 Fr,l'l P"nn
collon defeated th norniH.1 t"day In' a
vpry excltiniT and plow Bnme from start
to finish. The normal outbattcd Dnnf,
but lost on a fe-w erroa at crttlial tlniea.
I .-..i 0 0 0 3 0 0 ft 0 1 16
Normal 1 0 0 i 0 0 1 0 0 0-4
Tkree-bnso hit: iSo!t. Two-bflse hlf :
Pmlth. Cartnpy. Warlck. lft on baaee:
loane, 8; Normal. II. Struck out: It
Wendlan, ; bv Hanson. . T;itt'",'":
Wendland and Mk re: Iv-nson and Cart
ney. Umpire: I'r. Vanre.
'Varatty Wallopa Ames.
AMES, la., Hay . fSpeclal Teleirram.)
The State university of Iowa defeated the
Iowa fltate college by the decisive score of
11 to 4. Amfi was crippled by the loss of
fotir of Its men who could not play In this
name, mwa mum tour runs in tno nni
nning. nnitin oi Amos niaue iwg numc
EVENTS OX THE IIISMMO TKACK1
Keator Easily Wins the ?few Town
Stakes at Jnnialea.
NEW YORK. May 8. Keator had things
all hln own way in the New Town stakes
at Jamaica today. Garner landing him a
winner bv a length and a half In easy
fashion, with the books laying 4 to 1 against
First race, selling, six furlongs: Aco
High flOl. Notter. 8 to 1 won. Waterbury
(108, Mountain. 7 to 10) second, Fustian (HI,
W. Mclntyre, 6 to 1) third. Time: 1:13.
Man-el P. and L'Amour also ran.
Second race, five furlongs: Sansamon
(HJ. Booker. 7 to 2"i won. DIvorceA (in,
Aubuchon, I to U second. Sequence O".
Horner, 8 to 1) third Time: 102 Daisy
Bhlne. Ixitus Brandt, Tlvoli and Sunglem
Third race, selling, one mile and a six
teenth: Henry Watterson loR. Notter,
to 6.) won, Savable (104, Musgrave, 10 to 1)
second, Coblenkil (DO, Lowe. 9 to 2) third.
Time: 1:43. Taxer, Entree and Sailor Boy
Fourth race. New Town stakes, selling,
six furlnnRs: Keator (ill, Garner, 4 to 1)
won. Barbarry Belle (SW, Notter. I to 21
second, Kdna Jackson (U. Mountain. 3 to
1) third. Time: 1:13. Sllckaway, Rye and
Workmnld alro ran.
Fifth race, selling, six furlonns: Battle
Axe (113. Martin, 7 to 10) won. Wnter Tank
. Horner. 8 to 1) second, Sufllce (9,
Hefferman, 15 to 1) third. Time: 1:V,..
Pioneer, Little Woods, Comrnure, Just.
Progress. Nogl, El Tupla, On-the-Eve and
St. Rwteope also ran.
Sixth nice, six furlongs: Sal Sadler (11B,
Martin, 5 to 3) won, Ovama (lift, Brussel,
6 to 1) second, Pine and Needles flnj, Not
ter, 4 to 1) third. Time: 1:14 Llchtmess.
Roland, Hiram, Claude Duval, Ambush.
Herman, Sambernard, Promina, Mary Hall
and Llnnepe also ran.
LEXINGTON. May 3. Results:
First race, five furlongs: Chesiwardlne
(PS, Cole, 7 to 2) won, Merryfleld (Vio. Riley,
13 to 1) second Uncle Tim (10". Swain. 12
to U third. Time: Civlt Gratiot,
WHd Cherry, Billy Bowlegs, Florence N..
Headline, Bucket Brigade and Merry Blue
Second race, five and a half furlongs:
Morales (100, Minder, 3 to 1) won, Gold
Proof (109. Lee. 9 to 10) second, Royal
Breeae (95, D. Austin. 5 to 1) third. Time:
l:(JH. Bob Augustine, Fortunate. Auro
celver, Gabrlelle, Undertow and Louts C.
Third race, five furlongs: Black Mary
(116, Lee, 6 to 2) won. Ancient (106, Troxler,
2 to 1) second, Ida May (115. Riley, 3 to 2)
third. Time: l:01i. Estimation, Mady Vie.
Ijady SIchel, Sister. Zora, Waldorf Belle
and Harriet Wright also ran.
Fourth race, one mile: Miss I.Ida (102,
Morlarlty, 20 to 1) won. Fleming (109,
Taylor, 6 to 6) second. King Leopold (112,
Morels nd, 3 to 1) third. Time: 1:40,. Morti
boy and George C. Graddy also ran.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Fay (HH. Burton,
12 to 1) won. Field Lak (107, Lee, 6 to 1)
second. Optional (lo7, Austin, 10 to 1) third.
Time: l:14i- Omar Khiyyam, Karllne W..
Charlie. Mitchell, Oak Grove, Judex, Anola
and Oman J. also ran.
Sixth race, one mile: Clifton Forge (99,
Oangel. 2 to 1) won, Hamllcar (110, More
land, 16 to 1) second, ltelden (ICO. Dearborn.
6 to 1) third. Time: 1:41'A. Monochord.
Carew, Beatrice K Suzanne Roccamora
and Early Bov also ran.
SAN FRANCISCO, May fc-Results at
First race, futurity course: Titus II (112,
Mentry, 2 to 1) won, Speaker Fontana (117,
Graham, 15 to 1) second. Bell Reed (112, C.
Williams. 8 to liv third. Time: 1:12 Sharp
Boy. Wrood Thorpe, Instructor, Smithy
Kane, Frolic. Lydia Wrouseman and Mlmo
Second race, one mile and fifty yards:
Funny Sides (100, Mentry. 7 to 1) won. Red
Reynard (109, Sandy, 9 to 1) second, Michael
Mulvanev (107. McRae. 2S to 1 third. Time:
i:44t. Lucrcce, Ralph Young. Taby Tosa.
Clothe Cloche d Or, Martenor and The
Lieutenant also ran.
Third race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Rllverllne (102, McRae, 7 to 1) won, Fair
r tis'u uii, r turner, i to it secona, ivnavo
(107. Goodchlld. 18 to 5) third. Time: 1:4.
Alta Spa. Royal Maxim. Seven Blls. Bon
Vlvant, Bogum, Tetanus. Derdom, Louise
Fitxglbbon and George Kllhourn also ran.
Fourth race, Amazon handicap, futurity
course: Toupee (104. Sandy. 7 to 2) won.
Native Son (li, Lycurgns, 18 to 5) second
imTC r?' "i,,8, M1''"1
im?i rii L P,? 9- Mlstys Pride anc
Dollle Dollars also ran.
Fifth race, one mile nnd fiftv yards, sell
ing: Theodore Case (lift, E Walsh, 15 to
1 won, Nahonassar (110, Sandv, even) sec
ond. John C. Grans (no, C. Williams. 50 to
lt third. Time: 1:46. Mldmont. Fnstoso,
Jerusha, Darthula, Distributor, Box Elder
and Meadow Horn also ran.
Sixth race, seven furlongs: Bedford (105,
J. Hunter. 7 to 1) won. Ethel Day (107.
Gross, 7 to 2) second. Judse Nelson (99,
Sandy, V) to 6) third. Time: 1:25. Kokomo,
Fdwln T. Fryer. Treasure Beeker, Firm
Foot, Johnny Lyons, Yank and Maud Mul
ler also ran.
BIG E5TRY LIST FOB FAIR RACES
More Than Twice as Many aa Nomi
nated for Stakes Last Year.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 3. -(Special.) The Indi
cations are the racing program for the
state fair this year will be better than
ever In the history of the association. To
day 129 horses have been entered in tho
stake raovs. more than twice as many aa
entered last year. Three of the races so
far have not been fillud, the 2 and 3-year-
additional are allowed for the recelnt of 1
entries from a distance. The entries so
far are divided aa follows:
Two-year-old trot, S-year-old trot,
MOO; 3-year-old. 2:4i, Nebraska bred colts,
looO; 2:36 trot, 81.000 ; 2:24 trot. $1,000; 2-year-old
pacing, IIiO; 3-year-old pacing, :");
3-year-old, 2:40, Nebraska bred colts, SoOOj
2:30 pace, ll.OoO; 2:24 pace, 11,000.
Witch Elm Win Stakes.
LONDON. May 3 The 1.000 guineas
stakes at Newmarket today was won by
Witch Elm. Frugality was second and Sixty
was intra, nevenieen norses started. The
stakes are for 3-year-old fillies, distance
: one mile.
YOIXG CORBETT KXOCKED Ol'T
He Iiats Bat Eleven Roands Before
BALTIMORE. May 8. Kid Sullivan of
Washington today knocked out Young Cor.
bett of Denver In the eleventh round. The
match, which was fought befora tho
E-jreka Athletic club, waa scheduled to tio
In the rounds In which there was any
art!cular advantage It was with Sullivan.
C'rhett ahowed that he was hurt as early
aa the second round and In the fifth B11III
v.i knocked him through the ropes. Cor
bel t was then in bad shape, but managed
to lust until the bell. Again In the seventh
ro'.nd Corbett was driven through the
ri)i In the tenth he went to the floor for
th? count, JUHt befora the end of the round.
Irr the eleventh Corbett was nearly ex-V.aus-.ed.
He was belna beaten about the
I ring when Sullivan landed a good right on
the jaw and again ( ornett went through:
the ropes, this time flat on his back, with
his head to the audience, where he lay
while Refereen Jack McGulgan counted him
out. Corbett waa carried to hla corner and
waa not revived for many minutes.
O'Brien Uw the Favorite.
LOS ANGELES, May 8. Betting odds on
the twenty-round fight next Wednesday
between Jack O'Brien and Tommy Burns
hHve ahlfted front evens to 10 to 8 on
O'Brien. It Is expected that bv the time
the fight Is on the odds will be 10 to 7.
Interest In the fluht Is Increasing and the
sale of arats at the pavilion of the pacific
Athletic club Is rroceedmg at an unprece
dented rate. "Hie auditorium has been
enlarged and will new seat .6f people.
Notwithstanding that the manHgement has
OMAHA. Neb.. May 3. To the 8p.rtlv'
KtULut oi TUs besi La aiiswor to Ui ciiu-
tnj ci dm ft m 1 1 1 1 irip a-vph r.n ii ai-aai rwu
Ienra of Kid Farmer that he will bet r-n0
(hut he nan beat Claronre Kiilllsh and Uuy
liui'kles In twenty roumla we have IfO and
as much more as they want to r(vr at
l t rkina A Loch. CLARENCE fcNULJgH.
notch Throws Simmer.
HASTINGS. Neb., May 8-(8neclal Tele
gram.) Frank Gotch, American champion
wrestler, won two straight falls tonight In
a Uraeco-Rnman match with M. A. Blm
rrer. The flrxt was taken with a hammer
luck nnd half Nelson In seventeen minutes
and the second with a hammer and Eng
lish bar In nine minutes. Simmer was
on the defensive throughout, but several
times he succeeded In breaking holds which
seemed certain for falls. Until tonight
Simmer had never met defeat In Oram o
Homan wrestling. Gotch goes to McCook,
Neb., tomorrow for a match with' Duncan
McMillan, champion mixed style wrestler.
NEW LIST OF GOLF HANDICAPS
Additional Kamea for tho Field Clan
A new list of handicaps Is out for the
goir match at me r leia clun opening Sat
urday, a large number of names having
been added, us the warm weather brought
out new golfers. The weather has not
been warm, but the golfers have been out
during the week, neverthelese.
The program for the day consists of play
for the club cup, medal handlcan. eight
to qualify. This will be the first play for
mis cup. union is to be played ror In
May, June, July and August, when the
four winners will play for ownership at
the end of August. Three prizes are of
fered for opening day, In addition to the
club cup. A golf bag will be given for
the low net score. A dozen golf balls will
be given for the second low net score,
and two golf clubs (made to. order) for
the low gross score. Ths handicap pub
lished below will govern until further no
tice. The "flight system" will prevail again
this season at the Field club and numerous
challenges for positions are sntlcipated.
The first match with the Country club is
scheduled for June 1, and the first ten
men on the flight system will be chosen o
represent the club. It therefore behooves
the members to get In their written chal
lenges early bectuse the list of players
will have to be given to, the Country club
one week before the match. This system
puts the players nn a strictly merit basis
ana may ine Deal man Win.
6 Sumney 10 Frlsble
6 Thomas O. S. 10 Stanmard
6 Ij Souceur 10 Arthur
6 Rahm 10 Thomas J W
5 Allan J. 10 Prlnz
5 Sharp 10 Wilklns
6 Adams 10 McNn ughton
6 Palmatler 10 Neville
6 Boner 10 Bogen
6 Boyer 10 Knapp
6 Davison 11 Conrad
8 Porter 11 Baker
6 Reckard H Hherraden
0 Schneider 11 Forgan
6 Sholes 12 Hunt
7 Cundlft 12 Sunderland
7 Hoel 12 Blanchard
7 Coakley 12 Hryson
7 Jones 12 Morrill
7 Carrier 12 Jordan
7 Hughes 1? Brando
7 Hollister 12 Epeneter G
8 Fntrlken 12 Bnlrd B.
8 Russell 12 Balrd C.
8 Hill 12 .ToBselyn
8 Chambers 13 Garrett
8 Reynolds S. 13 Rutts
8 Shields IS Robinson
8 Martin 13 Teal
8 Kemoer '4 Pmlth
9 Howell 15 Drlshaus
9 Lewis . 15 Strut
9 Cahn IS White
9 Dunn 15 Txmmls
9 Epeneter J. 15 TVmahue J. J.
lOLIndsey 15 Wood W. H.
Ifl Mclntyre 15 Wallwork
10 Robb 15 Alnscow
10 Tlllson 15 Stannard
10 Nichols 15 Allen O.
10 Abbott IK Updike N.
10 Colt IS Inches
10 Parish 18 Armstrong
10 Hamilton IS Manley
10 Foster 18 Rutherford
10 Reynolds J. B.
TOWKSEXD WIXS SPECIAL MATCH
Defeats Challenger Rotters la Handi
cap Shoot for Combs Trophy.
W. D. Townsend won the special match
for the T. L. Combs trophy at the club
grounds on the east side of the Douglas
street bride Friday afternoon from the
challenger, George Rogers. Ths day was
raw and cold and the wind fast, making
high scores out of the question. In spite
of these handicaps several good scores at
twenty-five birds were made during the
afternoon, Rogers breaking twenty-five
straight In his second flight.
A side match was also shot between six
Omaha shooters, two being tied for high
Another special match for the Combs
trophy has been arranged for next Friday
afternoon between Townsend and C. H.
The match was shot with the sliding
scale of handicaps, the man breaking flvo
straight being set back a yard and the
man losing a bird In a group of five mov
ing forward a yard.
The score for the trophy shoot was:
Townsend 11111 01111 11111 10111 1111022
Handicap, yda... 16 17 17 18 19
Townsend 11111 11111 0111 1 11111 1111124
Handicap, yds... 19 30 20 21 21
Townsend 11111 11011 01111 11111 1101122
Handicap, yds... 21 21 21 21 25
Townsend 11111 01111 11111 11-XH 11111 22
Handicap, yds... 21 21 21 21 20
Rogers 11111 11110 OHIO 11111 0110120
Handicap, yds... 16 17 16 18 17
Rogers 11111 11111 11111 11111 1111125
Handicap, yds... 17 1 8 19 20 21
Rogers 11011 11011 11111 10101 10111-20
Handicap, yds... 21 21 30 21 20
Rogers 01011 11111 11111 10101 011'H 19
Handicap, yds... 19 20 " 21 21 20
Total ..1 84
The score for the side match between the
club members was as follows:
Charlie Schroeder 24 21 20 2189
Lewis 21 19 80 19 89
Ixomls 21 20 20 2283
Rogers 18 20 20 IS 76
Townsend 20 19 20 2281
Beard 18 19 U Is 74
SXOW STOPS GOLF AND SHOW
Weather Too Cold for Opening; South
Omaha Country CInb.
The extreme chilliness of the weather
Friday morning was responsible for the
postponement of the South Omaha Country
club opening for one week. All preparations
had been completed to receive at least 150
guests at the dinner. It was hoped the
evening would be favorable for trie first
dance of the season. The snow and cold
Is a source of disappointment not only to
the management, but to many people who
Intended to entertain their friends at the
club. Eight or ten formal dinner parties
The bad weather also caused Campbell
Bros, to cancel their South Omaha date.
The circus train arrived last Thursday
night on time, but the snow which began
at 11 p. m.. caused the management to
allow the cars to remain unloaded on the
tracks In the South Omaha yards.
Snow Stops Track Meet.
KEARNEY. Neb , May 3.-(Spocial Tele
gram.) On aoeount of the heavy fall of
snow last night the track meet which was
to have been held today waa posiponed for
one week. Grand Island. Lexington. Has
tings, Kearney Military academy and
Kearney High school were to have par
ticipated and will do ao next Friday. A
large delegation will come with each town
Jubilee Attends Formal OprnlnsT of
In a blaze of glory the splendid new club
house of the Diets Athletic asoclatlon waa
opened Friday night. The new house was
most beautifully decorated with flowers,
biintlnir anil flairfl and riresented a most hos-
pitabio appearance as t!Te club members
I came to view it. many ror tne nrst time,
I It has but recently been completed. Be
I cause of the largo membership "f te club
the optning last night was limited To rlub
J membership only and their ladies. The
! c ntei tainment committee consisted of A.
I Anderson, F. J Evans and G. E. Haney,
end they performed their autiea wen, tor
their waa plenty of entertainment, al
though the opening was so much In the na
ture of a Jubilee over the opening of the
new house that not much entertainment
waa needed. Dancing and refreshments
finished up a delightful evening for the
WITH THE BOWLERS.
Following are Friday night's scores made
in the two-men tournament at the aeeoclu-
. tlon alleys:
! 1 1 1 4. 5 ToUl.
I Chatelaln 13 1 1" 20 1
Beselin U lb - '
Totals 374 828 400 Sfl4 411 177
1. I. 8. 4 5. Total.
Marble , 2"4 'l 286 2 193 LoU
Bcrigele M ISO 15S 161 Itil K73
Totals 410 381 8W.870 381 1.918
There will t a meeting Ot aOl KtMuburi
This is your
Of th fltnollQ Ttowllna, laaffi,. n V, n A en .
elation alleys Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
I ... ...!.... T , 1 T . 1
vii mummy iiikhi ncigiT anu r mm inai
Will bowl the flrnt serlen of thli moti'h At
the Metropolitan alleys.
- Mlaa Sntton Wins in Finals. -
NEW YORK. May 3. May Sutton won the
final of the tennis singles today, defeating
Mrs. Barger-Wallach, who last year was
runner-up t6 Miss Helen Homans In the
national championship tournament at Phil
adelphia. The California girl outclassed
her opponent and won easily. 6-1. 6-1. Fol
lowing the singles an Informal mixed
doubles was played by Miss Sutton and
Paulding Fosdlck against Miss Bohr and
Cyril Hatch, the firt named Dalr winning.
6-2, 6-1. Miss 8utton will sail for EnKland
frinay to defend her title to the Welsh
championship which she won last year.
It Is no cinch that the Pirates won't have
a throw or two at that flag pole. '
The western teams are now traveling
home and the eastern teams are about to
make them a visit.
Connie Mack used the great Waddell and
two other pitchers to head off the Senators
Thursday, but It was of no use.
When the Brewers of Milwaukee and the
Dlatlllers of Louisville meet the fans ought
to have some intoxicating fun.
Jack Pfelster and the Cubs' mascntt, a
big dog. occupy a prominent section on the
front page of tho Sporting News.
The South Atlantic league has Slats
Davis and Mace on Its umpire staff, the
former a good one, the latter rotten, so
far as his work In the Western league was
NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY
Quaint and Carious Features of Life
la a Rapidly Grow.
Merchants may now prepare for a
"Fourth of July opening" to take the place
of the one frostbitten at Easter.
When the snow melts Nebraska towns
will have an opportunity to learn how
effective the "spring cleaning" has been.
Boys who have decided to enter "corn
growing contests" have nn opportunity to
show what they can do under difficulties.
So there can be no dispute hereafter, the
files of The Bee will show that six inches
of snow fell In some places In Nebraska
on the night of May 2, 1.W7.
With the State fair and Ak-Sar-Ben
Issuing their preliminary statements Ne
braska is assured that the lnte spring will
not be permitted to spoil sport.
O'Neill learns that the new game law
will prevent dog trials which have been
held there for years, but men who hunt
game will scarcely favor a change of law
on that score.
Eavesdroppers Discovered It may be
that we have some "Peeping Toms" In
Holdrege. In the last few nights prowlers
have been noticed about certain houses In
town at an hour when there was no rea
sonable excuse for their presence there.
Respect for Power "Don't abuse the
skunk," Is the sage advice of Editor
Haskell of the Ord Quiz, who holds that It
Is a valuable animal. The skunk editor
has always acted upon that theory. He
has never abused one when he knew It
was a skunk. It Is best not to do so. all
things considered. Fremont Tribune.
Knife Thowlng at Norfolk It would be
difficult to draw from an old-timer's hunt
ing yarns a tale more extraordinary than
the Incident In which Carl Relrhe, a promi
nent Norfolk farmer, threw a Jack knife
at a Jack rabbit, killing the animal for tho
time being, but finding, after he had tul.en
the game home, that the ral !ut came to life
again. From the fact that the Jack rabbit
waa thus landed by a Jack knife, skillfully
thrown, It Is rafe to say that If Mr. Relche
would go to town armed with cotton bat
ting be would undoubtedly land a cotton
tall. Norfolk News.
Question of Assessment When property
la assessed at its full vaJuo la It rig. lit to
guide your absolute protection
( J IO1
Vaf l,-'W ill I' M
KZSIj li 1 1 -v
tlie only Corn Flakes with a Taste that can't be imitated
Get it at your Grocers 1 0 cents.
BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO., BATTLE CREEK, MICH.
assess a brand new piano at the full retail
cost price to the purchaser and then assess
a duplicate at the music store at the whole
sale price? The same question might be
asked of every article of furniture In a
private house and In a furniture store.
In other words, why should the retail pur
chaser be assessed at a higher price for
the same article than Is the wholesale
purchaser? The' truth Is, the assessor
should familiarize himself with wholesale
prices and the retail purchaser should be
given a little of the benefit of this "whole
sale Information." Blair Pilot.
When Bodle Ran Jim Bodle was Just
spoiling for some fun, when he espied an
old sow and a dozen pigs cozily nestled
on the sunny side of a sawdust pile. Jim
thought It would be fun to catch one of the
pigs. The old sow was In a sporty mood,
too. She saw the fat rascal of about her
own 200-pound weight and wanted to see
which was the more speedy. So as Jim was
reaching for the pig she reached for Jim.
So the race began. All the men laughed
but Jim; he was too busy. Ho sailed over
the fence twenty rods from the start and
winner only by the seat of his pants. He
says he'll not set his sawmill In another
hog lot, as there Is a Dutch girl In Hum
boldt who would cry If he got hurt. Clay
Correspondent Pawnee Republican.
The rattle of the coal In the stove
Takes the place of songa of birds In the
Seasons are reversed In every way,
Copious rainfall comes at Christmas, snow
UNION PACIFIC EARNINGS BIG
(Continued from Third Page.)
Hon of the Congregational church. Each
member present presented them with a
pound of some article, either useful or or
lirlAil nn Hto-r
k a vsuTv Ail y Diner
n tlVli mw iiwi a -
J: -A FSl.i.ll logues illusl.ating and
(,'1 1 logues illusl.ating and describing every mud cf high-grade and low-grade
,'.A ii bicvcles. old patterns and latest models, and learn of our remarkable LOW
l'ltlt t.8 and wiimlarf ul
direct to rider with no middlemen's protils.
IVE" SHIP OH A PPftO VA L without a etnl dffaxil. Pay the Freight an
allow 1U It i-ree IrUaaod make other liberal term! which no other
bouse in the world wilt do. You will learn every thing aad get snuca valla
able information by ump'y writing us a postal.
We need a Rldo Aamnt in every town and can offer an ODDortunlt
K.' t ' j.
to make money to suitable
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Wo Will Soli
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NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES.
Result of i. vears experience in tire
makine. No danfler from THORNS. CAC
TUS. PINS. NAILS. TACKS or GLASS.
6eriou punctures, like intentional knife cuts, can
be vulcanized like .any other tire.
Two Hundred Thousand pairt now in actual
tovAnhi.iluB Thousand eairs sold I ait voir.
BESOMPTIOMl Made in alUlies. It ii lively and easy riding, very durable and lined Inilda A
wuh a ipe-:al quality oi rubber, which never becomes porous and which cloaes up small pusctures
without alk.wiug the air to ttcape. We have
that thtirureihaveonly been pumped up once
iiy ueen pumpra up oner or mux iu a wjioir kuou. Hey weik-b io Bioie thaa
puncture muting qualities being given by several Uyera cT thin ipccially
tread. That "HuUiug back" aeniatioa commonly felt hen riding on aii.bilt
ome by the patent "Baiket Weave" tread whitb prevents all air from being
ii a mi A iba vbi4 Vi i a AiistrwrH na ill ini.,.. wi -
an oiainary lire, tne pu
prepared labricon the lr
... a. ,f I riada ia overcome
equeetcd out between the tire aud tae road .huaoveicoming all suction. The regular price of tbraa
tirei ii J8 y per pair, but (or advertising purpoaes we are making; a ipeciM factory price to the ridef
of onlv fc.&o per pair. All order! shipped same day letier is received. we ship Co D. on approval,
You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented
v e will anow a rami oiKuani oi 5 per cem iioncur muitiug ine price 4. 65 ter uairi if vou lend
Hill Willi OicDLll and enclose
lated buia hand pump and two sampson metal p-.incturc closers oa full paid orders (tl,
uncture cloiers to be umrd ia case of intentional kn.fe cuts or heavy gaanrii. Tues to be
i OI K exnense ii for u-.iv reuaon thi-v are not aalisfactoi-v oa n.i n.n.ifnn
We are perfectly reliable and money sent to ua
Banker, kapreaa or Freight Atant or the Editor
tneie tires, you will una tnti iney win nut raiicr, rum raatcr, wear better, laat longer and look
fmer than any tire you hae ever uaedor seen at any pr.ee. We kuow that you will beau well pleased
that when yuu want a bicycle vou will give us your otdcr. Wc want yow to send ua a small trial
rder at once, hence this remarkable tire oiler.
once charged by dealers and repair men. Write for our big HlN ijR V camlcgua.
inn tmr wait Tri" " 'f'- u Nor '. or bdyimo
UU riUI IVAff bicycle or a pair of urea from sayosi until you know tbt new aa!
wonderful oflers we are making. It only coats a postal to Uara reruiiog. Wiuc it NOW,
til CYCLE CQPAUY, D:;.!. C2S6 CHICAGO, ILL
1 , 1
in getting the
namental. There were abcut fifty guests
ANSLEY So far Mason has no saloons,
the required number of signers on the peti
tion not having been secured. Several f
the Mason women have In years past
signeo. aaioon petitions ana some nave re
fused to slirn this time. In con soil ucnee
the thirsty at Mason have no place to
quencn tnetr tnirst.
OAKLAND Dr. C. A. Hawley has sold
his dental practice In this city to Dr. J.
E Wallace of Omaha and will give poe
Session June 1. Dr. Hawley has disposed'
of his residence in this city to NeJs 11am
nierlund and will go to Uraidentown, Kla.,
to reside, where he can look after his In
terests In that vicinity.
COLt'MBCB At the funeral of Mrs.
Florence L., wife of Rev. Dr. Arthur J.
Westcott, there were present and taking
part Bishop A. L Williams of Omaha,
assisted by Rev. Dean Reorher of Trinity
cnthedn-.l of the s-me city; Father Cash of
Altilon. Father Collns of Schuyler and
Father J. S. C. Wells of Norfolk.
BEATRICE Vesper chapter No. 9, Order
Eastern Star, met last night and elected
these officers: Mrs. Delhi Palmer, worthy
matron: W. W. WiP.-ht. worthy patron;
Mrs. Mary Mattocks, associate matrrm;
Mihs linoKene Kiliaffer, secretary; Mrs.
llachael Bitrkhui'Mt, treasurer: Mrs. Mary
Coildinaton, conductress; Miss Ethel Mat
toon, afcsifctant conductress.
FAIUBI'RY City Marshal Baum ar
rested two boys yesterday who own to
having run away from home, hut from
their stories It is dltllcult to ItK-ato that
home. Their first statement made It at
Clailnda, In., then they located It nt Den
ver, Colo. The boys are about K or 14
years o!il. fairly well dressed and of good
appearance, but apprentices In the Order
of Toughs. Marshal Baum is holding them
In hopes of hearing from their relatives.
BEATRICE But one saloon Is In opera
tion at Wymore, because of the fact that
the men who recently filed remonstrances
against the sail onlsts made them anna
to rendvertbie for licenses and to run their
places according to law If they would
withdraw the remonstrances. Their
licenses having expired May 1, It will lie
about ten days before they can rtsuma
business. The city council met lust night
and granted a saloon license to Jamua
Hroch, he being the only one of the saloi tl
men against whom action was not brought,
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ho wine the most complete line of hivh-frrada
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rrmr n rxinwfi wr from .
mnuiM( - iuicr vi ucmci iu u.c world.
v a Mm wivi barai.aw at amy fntt.
describing every mud cf high-grade and low-urn'
new offers made Doaaibla bv sellini- from factor
young men who apply at once.
- PI.00F TIRES ? " kX
ttot Ice the thick robber tread
"A" and ponotaro strips "B11
and "l'," also rim strip i-H"
to prevent rim euttlog. This
tire will outlast other
tuakee.OFT. HJLAhVlO -4
hundred! of letters from satutied cuMomers statiug
or twice in a whole kaacm. They weiub io oioie thaa
this auveitiaement We w:'.l alio send one nickel
is aa safe at in a bank. A.'k your Poetmastec
of this paper about Ui. If you ot der a pair of
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