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TIIE OMAHA DAILY DEE: TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1907.
OMAHA. SHUTS OUT LINCOLN
Thompson is til But IoTiecib'e, Holdine
tocillnfs te Two Hit
AUTREY STANDS UNDER THE LIMELIGHT
null Ob Tknauad CI1 aad Makes
' rli rnoraemal Catch la Left
Dolaa Flsrsire Yltslly
Omaha X Lincoln 0.
Thompson ana Autrey were the bright
and brilliant stars In the shut-out gam
which Omaha took from Lincoln yester
day at Vinton 8treat parV. Thompson was
all btit Invincible to the Puckllns. giving
them but two hlU, fanning eight and pass
lng not a man. Autrey batted at a 1.000
clip, getting three hits out of threa times
on. scoring one run on a double by Iolan
nd catching a low fly In left that turned
hlra over sixteen tlmea. On the sixteenth
revolution the long-legged Tennessnan
came up with the ball held aloft In his
paw like a carrier pigeon with Ita rn en
rage, joe Dolan came In for eeoond
money. He made a double play at first
unassisted and rapped out a double when
Autrey was on first, scoring the latter.
It was ladles' day.
Ladles' day has not always been every
thing It might bo, to ambitious pitchers In
th way of Inspirations. Fans whose
memories can hark back to the times of
Ddward Vestlno Quick will remember this
and reflect that 'tis true. But If It was
a hoodoo worked from so fair a source
that prevented Quick from winning his
lad lea' day games, by the same- sweet
token It 'must be a charm for Mr. Thomp
son, for h won his game. Some who
watched the big Bt, IsTUlsan pitch, how
ever, were half way Inclined to believe
that his victory was partially due to his
remarkable ability as a pitcher. Speed,
carves, slde-wheelers this man has a rep
ertory that la hard to beat and a head
to go with It Bt. Louis Nationals say they
let him go because he couldn't control
the ball. Maybe Thompson thought that
was the earlrst way to get out of that
Wkolt Family oa Good Behavior.
Th whole family was on Its good be
havior and nary a wabble was made ex
cept In the first Inning when Joe Dolan
mlaaed a thrown ball from Franck which
did ,not come straight at him. He re
deemed himself, however. In the seventh
Inning when he made a double play unas
sisted. Fox had singled and died at sec
ond when Fenlon hit a grounder to
Thompson. Davidson, the heaviest hitter
In the league, who had fanned on the first
two time he faced Thompson, tried hard
but th best he could do was a line drive
at Dolan who took a step to the Initial
sack and Fenlon was out and the double
Graham also played fast ball on two oc
casions and won the plaudits of the crowd.
But Autrey was the real hero. He has be
come, rested after his long walk from
Mexico and Is daily In th gam to his
"Oh. h ain't In form today," said on of
ths women admirers of Thompson when
th fleet footed Ketchem hit the first ball
pltohed for a single. But ah was wrong.
Thompson bad simply not started, but after
that olout he settled to work and th
gam was th sam as won.
Beldea Starts It Goto.
Delden started th gam for Omaha, with
a peculiar play. He hit a liner to Steen,
who thought he had caught the ball on the
fly. H held th sphere until Belden was
on first, and then th ump. declared th
ball had been scooped. Franok flew out to
Fenlon and then Chlok Autrey hit one of
th piano signs and Belden soored.
That was th first run, and th second
was mad In th fourth Inning by Mr.
Autrey, who led off with a clean slngl.
Welch fouled out to Jack Thomas and
Dolan surprised the Bryanltes by hitting
to right field for a double and scored
Autrey. Thus both of Omaha's runs were
clearly earned, one brought In after a hit
by th double of Autrey and th other after
7 hit by th double of Dolan.
Omaha had Its first experience with the
double umpires which President 0"Nell Is
working at one town or tc other In this
league. Olfford umpired at the plate and
Brennan looked after the bases.
The same teams will play this afternoon.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Belden. rf 1110 0 0
Franc, ss 4 0 0)10
Autrey, If S 1 I 1 0 0
Welch, cf 1 0 0 8 0 0
Dolan, lb t 0 1 U 0 1
' A uk! In. th 1 0 0 0 t 0
Graham, 2b t 0 0 I 8 0
Onndlng, o 1 0 0 8 1
Thompson, p 10 10 10
Totals 28 t i " "l
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Ketchem. cf 4 0 1.1 1 0
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Fo. 2b 10 14 1
Fenlon. rf t 0 0 4 0 0
TwvMnon. If t 0 2 0 0
Thorn, lb I 0 0 10 0 0
Holmes, lb I o o 1
flteen. as 8 0 0 1 1 0
Zlnran, e .' 10 0 110
Jon.K, p t 0 0 0 I 0
Sullivan 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ! "! 24 14 0
Batted for Jones In th ninth.
1 0010000 -
Lincoln 0 OOOOSSOO-O
Omaha 1 0 0 I 1 1 0 0
Lincoln 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Tvo-biM hits: Autrev. Dolan. First
baee on balls: Off Jones, 1. Struck out:
Ky Thompson, S; by Jones. 1. Left on bsea:
Omaha, i; Lincoln, 1. Double play: Isulan
(unassisted). Stolen bases: Austin. 2.
Time: 1:20. Attendance: 700. Umpires:
ptfford and Brennan.
notes of the name.
Hitting juKt at the right time won th
Austin stole two bases, but Zlnran was
able to catch all ths rest who attempted.
Three hits in two games Is the reoord
against Omaha for the last two days. Not
Autrey turned a circus summersault after
h had caught that drive of Ducky's in
the eighth Inning.
Thompson keeps the runners pretty close
to flrat and ths-y have a long run to make
If they try to steal when h is in the box.
Autrey was the only man except Oondlng
who did not get a hit Sunday, so be evened
up by getting three, with an average of
Steen, shortstop for Ducky, and former
third baseman of the Crelghton university
team, was presented with a beautiful floral
offering at his first time to bat, but It did
not help him any, for he could not hit any
more than Davidson, Thomas and the other
Jarrott Goes Cp la Elsrhth.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., May , With very
thing going against them, Ksiley's Des
Moines champions Jumped onto Jarrott In
the eighth lmilng today for five safes ones
and pulled the game out of the tire, t to
4. The Uoux City team went up in the
air under the hitting streak and a wild
heave by Oranvllle helped the champs pile
up the score. Score:
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Campbell, If 6 110 0 0
1). Sheehan, 8b 8 11110
Nobllt, cf 4 112 0 0
Weed, 2b 8 0 1 4 5 0
liauer, rf 1 1 0 2 0 1
Williams, lb 4 0 2 13 0 0
Oranvllle, sa 4 0 1 1 S 1
Spies, c 8 0 0 4 0 0
Jarrott, p 8 0 0 0 1 0
Newlln, p 0 0 0 0 1 0
J. Bheehan 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 4 9 27 14 1
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Hogrlever, rf 4 18 10 0
Andreas, 2b 11114 0
Bchlpke, 8b 4 1114 0
Y eager, lb 5 1 1 14 0 0
Corkhill, If 6 1110 0
Dashwood, o t 1 1 0 0
McLaughlin, Cf 4 1 8 2 0 0
Oochnaur, ss 4 0 10 10
Sporer, p 4 110 6 0
Totals ii "5 13 27 15 0
Iiatted for Newlln In ninth.
Bloux City 8 00100000-4
Des Moines 1 00010062-0
Two-base hits: Williams, Hogrlever (2),
Corkhill. Sporer. Three-base lilt: Camp
bell. Double plays: Oranvllle, Weed and
Williams: Sporer, Bchlpke and Y eager.
Left on bases: Sioux City, 7: Des Moines,
ft. Stolen bases: Bauer, Bchlpke. Sacrifice
hits: D. Sheehan, Weed, Andreas, Bchlpke.
Bases on balls: Off Jarrott, 1: off Newlln,
1; off Sporer, 4. Struck out: By Jarrott, 8;
by Sporer, 8. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Conohan.
At Denver Denver-Pueblo; wet grounds.
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost Pet.
Des Moines ft 11 4 .733
Omaha 16 10 t
Denver 13 7 .538
Sioux City 16 7 .4J8
Lincoln 16 ( 10 .875
Puerto 14 4 10 .26
Games today: Lincoln at Omaha. Des
Moines at Sioux City, Pueblo at Denver.
ONE GAMES IX AMERICA LEAGUE
Chicago Wins I'nlnterest'uas; Contest
CHICAGO, May 0.-Poor pitching char
acterlsed today's game. Chicago defeating
Cleveland 6 to 8. Smith needed the excel
lent support acoorded him. Score:
Haha, rf 4 8 0 Bar. ft 1 1
Jonsa. cf 4 0 1 tStovau, Ik... t I II 4
Iabsll. 8b.... I I 0 Flick, rf 4 18 0 0
DonotatM, lb.. 4 8 14 0 Lajola. .... t 4 4 4
Roll, M S 0 1 I t Clark, 0 I 4 I 4
Doufhartr. Ill 1 I t 0 Brdl.f. lb.. 4 0 114
Qulllln, lb... 10 114 Hlnohaua. II I 1 1 4 0
Bulllvsa, o... 111 vTurner, as.... 4 1 4 4
Smith, p 8 III Llebhardt, p. 4 4 I I
Conaalton .. 1 4 4 0 0
Total M 1(7 17 1 Barter, p.... 1 14 4 4
Tata la II T 14 II 1
Batted for Llebhardt In fifth.
Batted for Berger In ninth.
Chicago 1 0081000 -
Cleveland 0 0100000 1-3
Two-base hits: Sullivan, Flick, Smith,
Hlnchman. Hits: Oft Llebhardt, 6 In lour
Innings; Berger, 1 in four innings. Sacri
fice hits: Isbell. Llebhardt. Bay. Stolen
I bases: Bay, Dougherty. Double plays:
Isbell and Donohue, Loft on bases: Chi
cago, ; Cleveland, 7. Bases on balls: Off
Llebhardt, 8; off Smith, 3; off Berger, 8.
Hit by pitcher: By Smith, 1; by Lleb
hardt, L Struck out: By Llebhardt, 1; by
O I . T I .. I , ..II. I I. 1 1 .' 1 1 . - . . . 1 .
I Diiuiii, a. f hku van. cull, w iiu uiiiues;
oerger, x. lime: i.oc. umpires) j ijougtinn
At St Louis: Bt. Louis-Detroit gam
postponed wet grounds.
At V. ashlng-ton: Washington-Boston
gain postpone, rain.
At Philadelphia: Philadelphia-New York
gam postponed; rain.
Standfast of th Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago U 11 I .(kS
Nw fork If U it .
Philadelphia 17 10 7 .5M
Detroit 17 V 8 .62
Cleveland U 1 ,6o0
boat on 14 8 10 .444
Washington II 6 11 .313
St. Louis IS 6 13 .278
Games today: Detroit at St. Lou la, Cleve
land at Chicago. New York t Philadel
phia, Boa ion at Washington.
GAMES IS AMUHICAN ASSOCIATION
Mllwaake Has Little Troahl la De
MILWAUKE1E, May . Milwaukee had
little trouble In defeating Indianapolis her
today by a score of to 1. Suore:
Roblnaoa. as. I 8 1 4 Wllllama. al I I I t
Oraoa. rf 4 13 0 SCoultar, U...4 1 t
HCbaaoar, III 1 I I SUlmaa. rt.... I I t I
bataiuao, U.I I I I 1 Krui. lb 4 114 1
Cl.ru., lb.... I III Carr, lk 4 Slit
Kuth. I II lllaila, (.... 4 0111
H.mpblll, of. 4 1 4 1 OUvlngataa, si I 1
MoCorm'k, lb I I IHapka. lb.... I 114 4
Owrtwlo. p.. I 0 ft I OBniaa, p.... I lilt
Haarlajr 14 I t
TsUJa M I II 11 I
ToUla M T 14 LI 1
Batted (or Briggs In the ninth.
Milwaukee 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 6
Indianapolis 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hits: Hemphill, Wllllama. Sac
rifice hits: Hopke, Baleman, Kotli. Stolen
bases; Clarke, McCheaney, Williams
Double plays: Hopke to Williams to Carr;
Mcchesney to McCornilck. Left on baats:
Milwaukee, 4; ludlanauolU, 10. First base
on balls: (Off Goodwin, 2; off Bilg-gs, J.
Hit by pitched ball: Coulter. Struck out:
By Ooodwtn, I; by Brings, 8. Tune: 1;40.
Umpires: Kane and Kerln.
Toledo Wine on Errors.
MINNEAPOLIS. May t. Krrors by Min
neapolis contributed to Its defeat today.
B H O A B. B.H.O.11.
Annb'aar, it I 1 I It JO'Kalll, If 4 1 4 t
J CUrka, If. 4 I 4 Duodou. lb.. I till
Pokorn.f. tb. I t I 4 I Kerln. cf.... 1 1
Siooot, of I I I HI VTaa'a. rt I t 4 1
Parrlus. lb... I I Gr.iulj.r, lb I j I 1 4
tUrbvaa. a . 4 4 14 ftj'yhrntaa, Itl ill t 1
W. (.'Urka, lb 111 1 Town.. 8 0 I 1
l-nd. a 4 1 4 tw trail, . I 0 1 1
buibuS. .... 14 4 1 Oyl.r, aa 4444
LauloMT. .. 3 1 1 1 4Kllro7.
Urbim. a... 1 8 I
Totala 44 k) 17 II 1 Totals M 4 14 4
Minneapolis 0010000 02
Toledo 0 1 1 0 8 0 0 3 08
Ku-st base on balls: Off Kilroy, 2; off
Fryman. 1. Two-baa hits: Duudon,
Mertes. Home run: Armbruater. tiavcrtiice
hit: Pvkorney. Stolen baafs: W. Clarke
iZ, I nd, Pokorney. louble playa: Oyler
to Lumlon to Jerry Krotiiuu, Uarbeau to
Pokoroey to W. Clarke U). pokorney to
Barbau to W. Clarke. Hit by pitcher:
By Kilroy. 1; by i'rmnma, I; by Suthoff. 1;
by Lrltlmerw, L Struck out: By Kilroy.
9 hv k' r.m u n 1 - 1,M I .. r , I . . a t . i
balls; By Town, 1; by Ureuam, L Left
EXTRA DRY J f
Just One Glass N -"s,
of Cook's Imperial J
will prove .to you that ;
ha delicate flavor and 1
bouquet is equal to I J
the Old World', best Z J
vintages. . '
on banes: Minneapolis. 7; Toledo, S. Hits:
Oft Kuroy In three Innings, 4; off Freeman
In six lnnlna-8, ; oft Suthoff In three and
a half InnlngR, 2; off Lettlmere In Ave and
a half lnnlnirs, 2. Time: 16. Umpires;
Werden and IJgan.
At Kansas City Kansas Clty-Loulsvllle
game postponed; rain.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Columbus 16 12 4 ,7n0
Louisville 13 8 4 .6x3
Toledo , 1 8 8 .dK
Kansas City .'. 11 8 6 .4;o
Milwaukee H 9 W .4,4
Indianapolis 17 8 9 . 471
St. Paul 17 7 10 .412
Minneapolis 15 4 11 .2W
Games today: Columbus at Mlnnenpolls,
Toledo at St. Paul, Indianapolis at Kunaiis
City, Louisville at Milwaukee.
PirZZLEl FOR THE DIAMOND FAX
Fonr Bases on Balls, Five Stolea
and On Rna ta One Innlnsr.
Four bases on balls, five stolen banes,
not a runner forced In. and still run
Can you figure that outT ,
It la not a manufactured puzzle, but ac
tually occurred on the Polo grounds yen
terday afternoon and the play was made
by the Giants.
The play looks Impossible, as four bases
on balls seemingly wouid have forced In a
runner and the stolen bases would have
made it more.
When the players were shown the figures
they could not believe it until the enigma
was explained. It happend thua:
Shannon out on a grounder. Strang
walked, but Devlin, who was next, tiled
to third. Strang stole second and on a bad
throw went to third. Seymour walked and
on a double steal Strang scored and
Seymour took second, liresnahan walked
and he and Seymour again worked a'double
steal, making five stulun buses. - McG.inn
walked, making the fourth base on balls,
and that is how they were left when
Dahlen struck out.
Every play was perfect, the base steal
ing was wonderful, and still but one run
Can you beat it? Boseman Bulger.
ENTRIES FOR COLLEGE! GAMES
Several Weatera Schools will Compete
at Chicago In Jane.
CHICAGO, May 6. At a meeting of the
managlmr committee of the intercollegiate
leagues today, the followm entries were
announced as having been received for the
college games to be held In this city, June
Miami university, 1; Lawrence university.
1; Cornell college, Mount Vernon, la., 11;
Iowa college, Giinnell, la., 11: Missouri
State uraversltv, 17; Indiana, 16; Illinois, 25;
Chicago, 21; Northwestern, 25; Purdue, Q;
Minnesota, 82; Iowa university, 36.
Shops Team Beats Lanrela.
The Union Paclno car shops team opened
its base ball season Sunday afternoon in a
game with the Laurels on their grounds at
Klvervlew park,, winning the game by a
score of 11 to 8. The game, although one
sided In the score, was full of good fielding
and heavy hitting on the part of the shops
team. Four fast double plays were pulled
off In the Infield, two of them preventing
a runner from scoring at home base. Con
sidering the grounds, which were grassy
and full of bumps, the shops boys put up
a superb fielding game. Lack of team
work on the part of the Laurels told
greatly on them. Harding was hit hard
and often, the shops boys swatting out
six doubles, sixteen hits for a total of
twenty-two bases. Bulland pltohed a very
steady game, giving but six hits and strik
ing out eight men. The feature of the
game was a catch of a 'deep liner in left
field. Next Sunday the shops team playa
in South Omaha with the Mid-Cities,
R. H. B.
Shops 04001008 311 16 8
Laurels .... 1 010000103 6 6
Two-base hits: Shops. 6. Stolen bases:
Shops, 7; Laurels, 2. Double plays: Hen
nlngsen to Baker, Bulland to Brown to
Baker, Atkins to Bruegman to Brown,
Brown to Atkins. Bases on balls: Off Bul
land. 2; off Harding, B. Struck out: By
Bulland, 8; by Harding, 4. Batteries:
Shops, Bulland and Baker; Laurels, Hard
ing and Donahue.
Business Collea Defeats Normal.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., May 6. (Spe
cial.) Saturday afternoon before an en
thusiastic crowd of college Btudents the
Grand Island Business college team easily
defeated the Kearney State Normal team.
ShurllefT, the Grand Island t wirier,
pitched a steady game, allowing but seven
hits, while Bastlant the crack pitcher of
the Normal's, was pounded for eighteen
hits, seven of them being for extra bases.
At the beginning of the eighth, the storo
was thirteen to three in favor of Grand
Island, when by a combination of hits and
errors, the visitors registered six runs.
Grand Island annexed one more In the
eighth, and shut the visitors out in their
half of the ninth, leaving the score four
teen to niuao In favor of Grand Island.
Grand Island.. 3 0 0 0 8 6 1 1 14 18 6
Kearney 01100000 074
Batteries: G. L Shurtleff and Hartnett;
Kearney: Bastion and Danly Struck out:
By Shurtleff, 8. by Bastlan, 7.
Three-base hits: Ball, Priest and Shurt
leff. Off Urand Island: Morns of Kearney.
Two-base hits: Ilartnell, 2.
Cornhaskers Beaten at Qrlnnell.
GRINNELL, la.. May 1 (Special Tele
gram.) In the game between the Univer
sity of Nebraska and Iowa college of Grln
nell played on the diamond here this aft
ernoon Grlnnell won by a score of 11 to
4. It was a clean game, with no kick
ing, but Nebraska waa simply outplayed in
both battery and fielding. Not until the
Seventh inning did Nebraska score and it
was only by the carlessness of Grinn?U
that the final three scores were made In
the first half of the ninth. Blake wan
j pitcher and Carroll catcher for Nebraska
I and Jo Barber and McCornilck filled those
positions for Grlnnell. The score:
Grlnnell 1 1 0 t 0 0 4 8 U
rteoraaas v u V V u U 1 0 I
Time; 1:45. Umpire: Somers of Grln
nell. Mld-Clty Jr. Beats Ideals.
The Mid-City, Jra. won from the Ideals
by a close score of 3 to 0 Bun. lay at Mid
City's grounds. Thirteenth and K. streets,
South Omaha. Score:
R. H E.
Mld-Clty, Jrs 00000101 18 1
Ideals 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 2 1
Batteries: Mid-City, Jra.. Millet and Mo
Master; ideals, Ball and Overman. The
Mld-Clty, Jrs., would like to get a game
for next Sunday. May U on their grounds
at Thirteenth and K atreets. Address Roy
Stacy, W7 North Twelfth street, or tele
phone Bert Mover. I&jO South Omaha.
Kew Rivals Still Winning.
The New Rivals won an exciting game
from the Hanscom Parks Sunday by the
score of 4 to 3. RoeaslK's pitching.. Green
er's throwing to second base and Chris
tensen's hitting wsre the features. Bat
teries: Roeasing and Greener, Garber and
Hardy. The New Rivals desire Sunday
games with any teama averaxing 17 years
of age. 'Phone Harney 3U6 or address fl
Chrlatensen. -2 South Fifty-fiitit stret.
laloa Paelaea I.oae.
NORTH PLATTE, Neb, May C-The
Youns Men's Christian association hae
i hall ton in defeated the Cnion Hac.nc shop
learn oi uuini oy a score ui I lu 1 la the
f1rt game of the ann. There were about
cMple j'mant. Arransementa are be
ing made for a nm between the Omaha
league ball team and ths local team.
At New Tork: New York-Brooklyn game
poittponeii ; rln.
At Hob ton:
-riiiHiieipi,ia at uosion.
New York at Brooklyn.
Aominl Students Winners.
NKltRAPKA CITY, May 6-(Speclal Tel
pgrani.) The Slate Normal team of Peru
played here with the Beds this afternoon.
A big crowd was present. Peru won by a
score, of 13 to 8. Batteries: Peru, Benson
and Cartney; Nebraska City, Albers and
t-elser. I'mplre: Taggart.
OaratRllR Defeats Sutherland.
Pt'TH ERIAND, Neb., May . (fipeolnl.)
The second of the series of three baso
bull games between the hlnh school teams
of Oanlalla and Sutherland was played here
Snturdny and resulted in an easv victory
for t)lalla. Ttie score was 27 to 16.
Sutherland won the first game.
Three 1 l.ensrne Scores.
At Sprlnirrleld Fprtngfleld-Bloomlngton
game postponed; wet ftrounds. I
At peortu Peoria-Decatur game post
At Dubuque Clinton, 8; Dubuque, J.
At Cedar Rapids Hock Island. 12; Cedar
Six R Wins Aaaln.
The Six B team of the Central school
won a game yesterday from the Six A
team by a score of 16 to 3. Batteries:
Leon Jullen rind Clarence Levi, Willie Hill
and Harry Ross.
NEW SPORT FIELD FOR BENSON
Driving; and Base Ball Ball Park
Outlined Sear the Krai
' Omaha and Benson horsemen are promot
ing a plan to construct a driving park and
base ball ground near Krug park. The
organization to back the scheme will be
known as the Benson Driving Park associa
tion and it is being promoted by A. L.
Thomas, a well known horseman, Joseph
MoGuIre of Benson and Will King.
The present plan is either to buy or lease
twenty-five acres, most of which is owned
by the Omaha Water company, Just east of
Krug park and convert It Into a driving
park with a fait half mile track and suit
able grounds for base ball. The property
is high and dry and it is sid would make
an ideal location for a track. In case
arrangements can be made for a long time
lease work on the track will be started at
once. After the track Is completed the
association will Join a racing circuit and
will give Omaha some first class speed
meets. During the spring and fall the
track will be used for training purposes.
It is reached now by the Krug park cars
but the new extension of the Farnam line
will make it available on that line also.
Schaetsenbnnd in Session.
CHARLESTON, 8. C. May -The fifth
triennial lest or the National 8chuetxen
bund of America will be opened In Charles
ton today by President Roosevelt, who at
the White House at Washington will press
the tekeraph key that will Are the rifle
placed In electric communication here.
Several thousand riflemen from all over
the United States are here and prizes to
the extent of 136,000 will be contended for.
WASHINGTON, May 6. President Roose
velt opened the national Scheutxcnbund at
Charleston, 8. C, this afternoon by press
ing a button at the White house which
electrically pulled the trigger that fired
three shots at a target at Charleston. As
understood here the president made a score
of 68 out of 75. The White house was con
nected by telephone with the Schuetzen
bund, and with a receiver at his ear the
president heard each shut distinctly.
O'Brien and Barns Ready.
LOS ANGELES, May 6. Today wound
up the hard preliminary work for Philadel
phia Jack O'Brien and Tommy Burns, who
will meet Wednesday night at the Paclno
Athletic club for the heavyweight cham
pionship of the world. Both men appear
to be in perfect condition and each la con
fident of victory. The betting odds remain
about 10 to 7 on O'Brien. Burns yester
day bet on himself 3200 against 8f00. The
sale of seats at the pavilion Is already
equal to the guaranteed purse of 830,000.
Fish for Mets's Ponds.
Charles Metz will leave Wednesday for
his ranch in the northwestern part of the
state, where he will oversee the planting
of several thousand fish. Superintendent
O'Brien of the state fisheries at Lincoln Is
taking the fish cor to the northwest this
week with fish for the streams In that sec
tion and he will oversee the planting for
Mr. Metz, who Is having the flflh put on
his private preserves.
"Boby" Walthonr Injared.
BERLIN,-May 6, "Bobby" Walthour, the
American bicycle rider, met with a serious
accident at Erfurt yesterday. . After win
ning a fifty-kilometre heat against Van
Derstuvft, Walthour fell from his wheel
luat after crossing the finish line, striking
his head against a wooden railing. He was
carried to the hospital unconscious. '
Golfer In Ireland.
NEW CASTLE. Ireland, May 8. Most of
the competitors In the ladles golf cham
pionship which begins tomorrow partici
pated today in an 18-hole competition. The
American champion. Miss Harriet 8. Curtis
of Massachusetts, turned in a score of 98.
The leading score is that of Mrs. 8ut-
That Columbus aggregation that Is lead
ing the American association la a power
Out of four times up Perring got a pair
of hits Sunday and he made four putout
and threa assists without a miss.
Omaha and Des Moines do not clash on
this series. Not until the eastern teams
return from the west will these two nines
The amateurs were busy Sunday In spite
of the bad day and the fact that some of
the grounds were too wet to be played on.
The Bee has a report of a score of games
which were played.
Franck is putting the Chance principles
Into practice; he la not only leader of his
team in name, but ia fact. Taken all
round, he is playing the star game. It's
the first time since tue Ace Stewart days
that Omaha has really had a field captain.
The Giants and Cubs begin the week
tied for first place. Each team had played
eighteen garnet,. Willi New York playing
Brooklyn on its home grounds and Chicago
playing Pittsburg on the latter'a grounds,
odds for the breakaway are In favor of
Overall, the man whom Cincinnati let go
because he waa no good, Is leading that
great galaxy or star siausmen lor tne
C'ubs. He has pitched four games and
won them all. Overall not only leads the
Chicago pitchers, but the entire list of
National leaguers. While there are sev
eral who have not lost a game, none but
Overall has pitched and won four games.
Pfelster has pitched and won two.
They are now betting In Chicago as to
who is the beat shortstop in the world
and many fans are willing to back Hof
man against Hans Wagner. Where does
l Tinker come in? It was Hofmah who
j made all the hits In the game Saturday
against Pittsburg and brought in the wln
I ning run, and in the same game Hans
1 had three chances to hit fur a Us or win
j and fell down each time.
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PINK STAR WINS THE DERBY
Bank Outside! Takes Thlity-third Beniwal
of Kentucky Olsmio.
TRACK NEARLY FETLOCK DEEP IN MUD
Red Ganntlet, the Favorite, Finishes
Fnarth Several Horses With
drawn Beraaae of Condition
LEXINGTON, Ky., May 1 Moving- past
a spent and reeling field with an ease
which his clumsy, lumbering stride did
not Indicate, Fink Star, the longest priced
horse In the race, today won the Kentucky
derby by two lengths from Zal, with Ove
lando In third place, a length and a half
away. The race was run over a track al
most fetlock deep In mud and the time
was the slowest In the history of the race.
The thirty-third running of the Kentucky
derby furnished an unusually open betting
proposition, due largely to the heavy track
which caused the withdrawal shortly be
fore the race of Arclte. a colt which had
been an overwhelming favorite In the fu
ture books. Boxara and Hold Fast were
also scratched, leaving a field of six, with j
Red Gauntlet Installed as favorite at 3
to t with a heavy play on Ovelando and
Wool Sandals, each held at 3 to 1. Seal,
it I to I had some support, but Orland-
wlrk. at 10 to L and Pink Star, at IS to 1,
were virtually overlooked. In some books
as good as 20 to 1 waa laid against the
winner, who closed at 12 to 1 on the
strength of a little play by sharp shooters.
Th field was sent away to a good start.
Wool Sandals jumped Into the lead, but
relinquished the honor to Zal. Boland on
Zal, with Wool Sandals and Ovelando al
ternating In second place, set a stiff pac
for the first six furlongs considering the
condition of the track. Red Gauntlet and
Orlandwlck seesawed along behind and
trailing six lengths In the rear, ran Pink
Star. By the time th mil was reached
Zal had all except left Pink Star, who
had moved up to fourth place In distress.
Thousands acclaimed Zal as winner as
they turned Into the stretch, not seeing
Jockey Minder uncouple Pink Star. The
big bay colt speedily closed up the rpur
lengths between him and Zal, successively
mowing down Wool Sandals and Ovelando
with the greatest of ease. Half way down
the Btretch Pink Star's pink musile showed
In front and the race was won. From
there on to the wire Pink Star held the
race safe. The favorite, Red Gauntlet, re
mained In sixth place almost the entire
race and when called upon In the stretch
the best he could do was to move Into
fourth place ahead of the wobbly Wool
Sandals and the very tired Orlandwlck.
Th. winner Is a bay colt by Pink Coat,
dam Mary Malloy, and owned by J. H.
First race five and a half furlongs: Mike
Button, 102 (Austin), 26 to 1, won; Cable
gram, 102 (B. Davis), 8 to L second; Rickey,
111 (Caugel), to 1, third. Time:
Splon, Frontenac, Gold Proof and Beau
Brummel also ran.
Second race, four furlongs: Rebel Queen,
114 (J. Lee), 8 to 6, won; Dew of Dawn.
110 (Troxler), 3 to 1, second; Geneva 8, 106
(J. Hennessy), to 1, third. Time: 0:49.
Catherine F, Agnes Gord, Eether Brown,
Vlotorene Harrison, Bonagher. Miss Iver
agh, Hulma, S. Burt and Tis Me also ran.
Third race, selling, six furlongs: Ralbert,
118 (Nicol), 2 to 1, won; Western, 84 (Pick
Ins), 20 to 1, second; Adeaao, 110 (Dearborn),
26 to 1. third. Time: 1:16. Demo, Web
ber, Dargin, Calabash, Flip, Resigned, Gam
brinus, Monrs, Hunted and Matador also
Fourth race, Kentucky derby, mil and
a quarter: Pink Star, 117 (Minder), 13 to
1, won; Zal, 117 (D. Boland), 8 to L second;
Ovelando, 117 (Nicol), 3 to 1, third. Time:
1:12. Orlandwlck, Wool Sandals and Red
Gauntlet also ran.
Fifth race, five furlongs: - Colonel Brady,
106 (J. Lee), i to 1, won; Waterlock, 105
(Moreland), 10 to 1, second;" Financier, 103
(Truman). 12 to 1, third. Timet 0:49.
Calvin, Bayou Lark. Bitter Sir, Merrifleld,
Slncruse, Albert Star, Tim Klley. Wine
Merchant. Lep Godchaux, Gee Whiz, Wag
ner, Jr., and Washakie also ran.
Sixth race, selling, one mile: Tinker, 101
(Caugel), 12 to 1, won; Gauze, 101 (Brandt),
4 to 1, second; Foreigner, 111 (Troxler),- 6
to 1, third. Time: 1:44. Polly Prim, La
Cache, Scalplock, Doolie, Donna. High
Bear, Bendlgo and Moccasin Maid also ran.
Resalts at Jamaica.
NEW YORK, May . Results at Ja
maica: First race, selling, five furlongs: Senator
Beckham, 104 (Musgrave), 4 to 1, won; Mar
bles, Mi (Notter), H to L second; Ttlekilns,
98 (Beckman), 8 to L third. Time: 1:01.
Enlist, Pedigree, Pension, Emma Carus,
Snakewood, Abracadabra and Ben Rose
Second race, five and a half furlongs:
Robin Hood, 120 (Miller), 9 to 10, won; Slld
away, 110 (W. Mclntyre), to 1, second;
Sir Toddlngton, 106 (Notter), 3 to 1, third.
Time: l.-vf. New York, Dr. Hollls and
Judith McBride also ran.
Third race, mile and a sixteenth: Good
Luck, 106 (Mountain), to 10, won; Tommy
Waddell, 108 (Horner), 11 to 6, second;
Whimsical, 111 (Martin), 3 to 1, third. Time:
1:47. Three starters.
Fourth raoe, the Williamsburg handicap,
six furlongs: Aletheuo, 106 (Gamer), 1 to
6, and 8 to 6, won; Ampedo. loO (Farrow).
6 to L second; Sarclnesca, 110 (Miller), 7 to
1, third. Time: 1:14. Oraculum. Berkeley,
Gallant Dan and Eusebio also ran.
Fifth race, selling, five furlongs: Bound
ing Elk. 109 (Horner), 8 to 1, won; Paul
Pry, 100 (Miller), ( to 1, second; Fresh,
102 (Lowe), 18 to 8, third. Time: 1:02.
Heedless, Tinker Bell, Cuernavaca, W. 11.
Lyon and Hand Me Down also ran.
Sixth race, selling, six furlongs: Golden
West, 101 (Bowen), 7 to 2. won; Vesta
bella, 101 (Mountain), 18 to 10, second;
Bromina, 101 (Preston), 4 to 1, third.
Time: 1:16. Yankee Belle, Mary Hall
and Anna C also ran.
Seventh race, six furlongs: Tramp, 100
(Martin), 10 to 1, won; Dah Buhre, 112
(Notter)), 8 to E, second; Herman, 109
(Miller). I to 1, third. Time: 1:1. High
Class, Claude Duval. Gold Finder, Mill
stone and Mamie Lloyd also ran.
Results at Oakland.
SAN FRANCISCO, May (.Results at
First rac, one-half mile: Herlves, 110
(A. Brown). T to 6, won; Sadie H, 110
(A. Williams), 13 to 1, second; Saucy M,
110 (C. Miller), 4 to 1, third. Time:
0:41. Gluckstern, Glgana, Janet L. Butt
City, Connie Mack, Katie Gleaion and
Miss Butte finished as named.
Second race. Futurity course, selling:
Dick Wilson, 112 (Graham), 11 to 6, won;
Lettie Hicks, 107 (A. Wright), tO to 1,
second; Isolation, 107 tRettlg), II to 1.
third. Time: 1:11. Black Sam, South
ern Lady, Achellta, Bright Albert Ross
rar, Bonnett, Avonela and Rivaral finished
Third rac, six furlongs, purs: Silver
Stockings, IIS (A. Williams). 2 to 1, won;
B-may, 110 (E. Wlsli. 10 to 1, second;
Fnlry Street, 110 (C. Miller), 7 to 1. third.
Tlma: 1:14. Lucy C, Aono, Miss
Turtle, Paehet, Elota, Rose rompom, Lu
gano ami Mecklln finished as nnmed.
Fourth rac one mile and twenty yards,
selling: Edwin T. Fryer, 110 (W. Kelly).
to I, won: Kduardo, 107 McRa-). 20 to
1, second; Tarp, 101 (11 Iavls. 7 t" 2.
third. Time: 1:47. Happy Rice. R
malne. Corrliran and Fisher Boy finished
as named. Ysnk and Trojan fell.
Fifth raoe, one mile and twenty yards,
selling: Sun Mark, 107 C. Ross), 13 to
2, won; Elevation. 109 (MoRae). 9 to 3
second; Mark Mayer. 112 (A. Williams),
IB to 6. third. Time: 1:42. PirkawnV.
Meads, HI Caul Cap, Perry Wlckes, Hark
levlte Fastoso and Invader finished as
fclxth race, Futurity course. Aaron 3
105 (Williams), 2 to 8, won; The Mfst
107 (Keogh), 7 to 1, second; Konle Lu
cille, 105 (Hunter), 7 to 1, third. Time
1:11. Paddy Lynch, Lord of the Forest
The Pklpper, El Oteros and E. M. Brattain
finished as named. Pea Lad left.
THOMAS ASKS REIHTATKMKT
Case of Benson Relasman Cornea Mr
fore Board of Review.
NEW YORK, May fc-The board of re
view, the court of last resort of the Na
tional Trotting association, will open Its
spring meeting here tomorrow. There is
some question as to whether or not the
board will In any way consider the Smath
ers gold pup case, which was recently de
cided In the local courts. Al Thomas, one
of the best known dMvers of trotting horses,
will apply for reinstatement, he having
been set down last summer St Syracuse
for refusing to bring out his horse when
ordered to do so by the judges. He has
apologised for his action.
Indoor and out, pipe imoking Is becoming ai popular here as it lias slwsyi
been in England. This is largely due to the increasing popularity of ths
largest telling brand of sliced cut tobacco in the world.
Its delightful fragrance pleases all. Fmnkes long, and Cool, with no waste, snd It easy
to handle. Cured by a aocret process known to only. Pocket site, tin box, 10c
Note; The name " l'aiteraoo " on tobacco stands lor quality.
Bee Building Offices
No. 623 is a large inside rom facing on the
court and close to elevator. There is a good-.
sized vault in this room Price, $25.00.
No. C07 has fine light and is a nice sized
room; 15x15. Rents at $15.00 per month.
Available June 1st
occupied by insurance firm, will become va
cant June 1st; 236 is 9x19 and 238 is 32xl8M;,
the latter being partitioned for reception
room, cashier's department and private of
fice. If in need of fine suite of offices it
will be to your advantage to look at these.
' Janitor service and electric light free.
Bee Building Co.
Apply Bee Business Office, 17th and Farnam.
BELOW any other
or on as kind of terms,
I "I" illustrating ana
I S .7?, 'J"a P"erns ana
s-mvaa ana woaasnui new on era mads possible try selling from factor
direct to nder with no middlemen's profits.
We need a Rid Apmnt in every town and can offer an opportunity
to make money to suitable young men who apaly at once.
fO .60 per pair. J 0J
to intt-oduoo ii! ' w .
Wo Will Soil
rou a S&mpla
i OR S LAI
pui rof only u out thi air
(cash with order 4.se
NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES.
Result of is Tears exnerience in tire
tnakinjr. No dander from THORNS.
TVS. PINS. NAILS. TACKS or CLASS.
Serious punctures, like intentional knift cuts, can
be vulcanized like nv other tire.
Two Hundred Thoutans pairs new In actual
veniy-niS thoumm purs sold last year.
JirSOmmOMt Made la all sixes. It is lively and easy riding, very durable sad lined Inside
in s special quality of rubber, which sever becomes porous snd whicn closes up small puacturas
without allowing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satisfied customers stating
that their tires have only been pumped uponce or twice ia a whole season. They weigh no more IhsS
u wuiu.it larv, m puuciurv rcaisuuu; iju.iiim uriug svu vy several layers of this, special
prepared fabric on the tread. That "Holding Hark" sensation commonly felt when riding on asphi
or sun roaus is overcome oy tne pauui - ca.sci weave - ireaa wnicn prewnls sll sir from being
squeezed out between the tire and the road tbus overcoming all suction. The regular price of these
Urea is f&.jo per pair, but for advertising purposes w sre making a apecial factory price to the ridcf
of only I4.B0 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship CO D. oa approval.
You do not pay strut until you have examined and found tlicm strictly as represented,
Ws will allow aeaabdiaoount of nerornt (tbrrcbv makinir the tine Sjs.sA tr nairl l ot
ow a caskt discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price .0S t
H Willi UKUhH snd enclose this advertisement. We will ml
PULL CASH Willi UKUhH and enclose
elated brass hand tumn and two Ktmnson metal
puncture closers to be used in case of intentional kmtc cuts or heavy gashes)., Tires to be icturaed
at Ol It expense if for any reason they are oH satisfactory on examination.
Wc are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is ss safe as in a bank. Ask your Postmaster
Ranker, Express or Freight Agent or the Editor of this paper shout us. If you order s pair of
these tires, you will findthat they will ride easier, run Isater, wear better, lst longer and look
Boer man any ure you MTccmwww u
when you want a bicycle you will give us
sirder at asicsl hence this remarkable tire offer.
prices charged by dealers sad repair men. Write for our big SUN UHI cstslowue.
UU fikJ I WW AIM bicycle or a pair ol tires from anyone until you know the new sad
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lim CYCLE CQ"PA11Y, Dept. C2S6 CHICAGO, ILL.
LLjAi N. L Corner
PONIES STOLEN FROM INDIANS
Thirty Iteloaalasjr ta 4h lies Takes
From the Camp Rear
BTVRQI8. . r . May .-(fpec1al Tele
OT.m Thirtv n. m lea belonging to I'te In
dians camped near Fort Meado. disappeared
about a week ago, and are mipp"""'
hav been stolen. The authorities at Tort
Mend trlay notified BhertfT snewan or
mimK. In this city, who will take
up the matter at once. Ths coumtry has
been looked over near camp, but tne ponies
cannot be found.
First Faneral at Sanitarium.
HOT PPRINOa. 8. IX, May . -(Special
The first funeral In the history of Battle
Mountain sanitarium, the big new national
sanitarium located here, took placs yes
terday, when the body of Eltja L. Wil
liams was Interred-In the horns cemetery-
Rare Riot at DafTsila.
RCFFAIjO. N. Y., May 5 A race riot
resulted today when an Italian parade
attempted to spread its ranks n cross Main
street and stop street car trallto. A mo
tormnn Insisted on running his car through
the procession and trouble soon began.
I'ollce wera rushed to the scene and
wielded clubs with vigor. After twenty
minutes of vicious fighting, daring which
a score of policemen fought hand to ahnd
with more than 100 armed Italians, ths
Italians Med. leaving a number of wounded
with the police. .
236 and 238 at present
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ung qualities neing given oy several layers ol thin, specially
Holding Dark" sensation commonly felt when riding on asphalt
this advertisement. We will also scud one nicasl
puncture closers on full rjaid orders Ilk
muy pun. vr e auow inti yow win De so well pleased
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WE ClItE. THEN YOU PAY I S Ol'H FEB
Established, ia Omaha 15 Years.
-Las and Examination.
Write for Symptom Blank for Home Treatment.
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14th and DouqUs St., OMAHA, M3
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