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TUB OMAHA DAILY BKE: MONDAY, MAY 13. 1007.
filled lmoM entirely with R'O'lIng people
whert (ho Twk orciirred. An Instant after
the smash thoee who .were not renijervd
Insensible er otherwise tnrsoncttate,) t,y
the lerrlufe Impart Jim-iped from the train
to renflor M. bat th gruesome scene he.
fore them unfitted many for the work they
hud to do In the long hour before relief
Frightened women,' peering through the
windows of tho unilamnK -d sleeper, falntc3
when they nw tho boflle of tbetr friend j
trewn ajonar the rKiflsMe, blo-rd from thi
Raping wjunfla slaming tho sand drifts all
bout. Men who toliel hard at the tank of
rescue coltapaed completely, mny of th?m
before the work wat linlehed.
Mrs. John . W. . Cutler of Blngharn'on.
whoso husband li alio amonj tho killed.
a" "1 the baggage car at the time of the
crash Where ahe had gone to rearrange her
trunk, end wan jiteraJU' driven through
the floor ix1 the wr-cVed car hnd to b
Jacked vp before theory cojld ba rol'-isel.
JURY FOR HAYWOOD TRIAL
Speelal Venire of One Hundred Men
Mill Appear In Court
r .. Tooidy,. ." ; ,
BOISE, Idaho, May 12. The rummonlng
of the special venire of talesmen In thf
Ilayweod cane will be finally compacted to
morrow morning and the 100 men who have
been, Celled by Sheriff "ehnd" Hodgln will
preacnt thamaelves In Judge Word 6-urt
when, at 3 o'clock tomorrow, the rase will
be resumed. General expectation is that
not more than two of the regular venire al
I ready examined will bo retained In the Jury
box, and that tho bulk of the Jury will come
from the quota now bntng called by the
Tho eleven men confined Blnoe Thursday
laat In the Jury hcuse will be glad to tee
the case resumed. A majority of them
know that they are not to eerve on tho
Jury, ' and although they 'have been comfort
ably housed and well fed they have grown
Very retless under confinement.
Interest In the trial continue to center
In the personality and testimony of Harry
Orchard, who Is alleged to have killed Gov
ernor Steunenberg, and on whose confes
sion' Charles Haywood and his associates
In the directorate of the Western Tedera
tlon of Miners were Indicted. Its culmina
tion will come when he la brought Into
Court to re'ate his story.
Speculation as to the time of Ms appear
ance Is Idle until "the Jury Is formed, but It
is believed that he will be called after the
doath of -Btetinenberg'hss been proved, and
that his testimony will be the main founda
tion upon which the prosecution will build.
Meanwhile Orchard is clcsely guarded In
the state penitentiary, a c.istle-llke struc
ture, built and walled with stone, that
stands In the eastern suburb of the city.
Plate to Kill Orchard.
Various reports as to attempts to kill Or
chard are In circulations tho last belns a
tale from Lewlston, of fe plot alleged to
have been formed months ago to shoot Or
chard from the hills bnck of the prison.
These stories lack oinflrnintlon, but they
nerve to tighten the vigilance of Warden
Whitney and his deputies. Reports from the
prison say that Orchard Is In good health
and condition: that he continues his reading
along religious lines; that he' will unqiies.
tionably repeat his confession In court nnd
that he Is ready for tho fate matte certain
by his confofit' n.
Boise, calm In ordinary, sleeps today
under a new Sunday rest law, operative
for the first time. Hase ball, one of the
few exemptions of the pew moral closed
season, attracted many of the participants
of the ease,' Haywood, received hla family
Under ttje .trees .on the courthouse lawn,
and watched his youri-rest child play with,
a litter 10T. Spits pirppVa that1 looked like,
animated powder puffs.
Tonight Clnrenre Darrow. counsel for the
lefenr, lecture'd "at' the ITnttArlan church,
M theme being "Walt Whitman, Poet."
It requires Imagination to construct and
' realize the great tragedy that moves for
ward here tomrrr"w. the gmss-earpeted
prison yard, the streets, the rcenes, the
people who moved In the Sunday etilm
would contradict tho Idoa, but the cornlmt
and going of counsel, wltneFses, deputies
and detectives at the offices of the at
torneys for the prosecution and defense
proves the activity cf those Interested In
Governor Ooodtng, who spent the last few
days on hln extensive sheep ranch near
Shoshone, returned to Bolae this morning.
Morrr'i Brother Denies Story.
BOONE. la.. May 11 (Special Telegram.)
Frank Mover today ' denied the story
printed In DesMolnes, quoting him as Bay
ing that his brother, who Is rcw under in
dictment In Idaho for murder, served time
In the Illinois penitentiary at Jollet. He
says he never gave out such an Intervtew.
Jap Ttose transparent toilet and bath
poap la made from the whitest, purest and
best vegetable oils Us that you can eat.
Made by Kirk sold by all druggists, and
Bee Want Ads for Business Boosters.
"Teddr." Jr.. Manaires Crew.
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., has Just taken
tip his new duties as ssltanttnnnna;ar of
the Hnrvari 'varsity crew, and from now
on will be busy. He will have the routine
work In connection with-the coming race
with Columbia and will every day have to
see thnt the shells are all ready and In
rondltlon for the various crews to do their
river .'work.- He takes all the. drudgerv
good, aatiiredly. and at working up his
studies, fvr the four win-ks of hla vacation
:hat he rnj In Washington-
Cj.Inb Aral Croni, '
The Brodeeaard Cpwri went down to de.
feet -efort ts-f.'nrfulivg In a mmo of bape
ball fturlnv. the wore-Mri 13 to ft. Tmit
on. for the Cudahya. pitched ft vood game
inl his supMrt was excellent. The inninra
rtood: n H.B.
?udhvs IS 0 I IV I - J7 1
Brodc,iarda 0 0 1 I J! 0 09 3 i
Batterlea: IVniHwa nj CjiB.ildy; Cbadle
ran Snd MotSrath. " '
: Tram Beats Miller Park...
The Omaha Oaa aompany team won over
the Miller Park team Sunday In a close
linw at Fort Omaha grounds which ended
In a score' of 13 f 10. Batteries:. Omaha
CJaa company, J'nvt, ani Druriner; Miller
I'urk. (Vuiier and Strung.
Ralleaal ' Leaaxne Gimrs Todsr. 1
fit, Jxiuls at Brookl'n, Pittsburg at Bos- '
en. Clnclnnitl at How York, Chicago at 1
Philadelphia. , . '
AND "TIIE DEST.'
BOTTLED IN BOND
.Look for the word MIVEH in red on label
D!tillarr, v Dltrtbutor 'r.
PUEBLO TEAM GOES TO PIECES
O.taha Eunctei I'iti ard Wins by toon of
1birtn to Cevtn.
HCME .TEAM M K.S ELEVEN ERRORS
Indians Force Madera to Retire
la the Fifth Ianlnft, When Ue .'
la Succeeded by
PL'EBLO, Colo., May., li The Pueblo
tea hi went tp plces today, piling up eleven
errors or.d, while they out hit the visitors,
ivcie defeated by a score of 13 to 7. Jack
son opened for Pueblo, but was wild, and,
aside- fvm walking five men In five ln
..ings, the visitors bunched a number of
..field hlU on him This successful bunt
ing In the third Inning, after Welch and
Dolan hud hit safely, netted. four runa and
put the locals In the air. The Indians,
aowever, kept pounding awiv- at Sanders
and he wasiiureed to ..retire In tha lifth
inning, when the locals only needed two
runs to tie and with the bases full. Ragan
ent In and held Pueblo to one run dur
ing the remainder of tho-gamosf Two hlta
were made off Ragan and tie strnck out
six of tho Indiana A high wind and duft
storm continued throughout the game. The
AB. R. H. PO. A. E'
Bf Iden, rf 3 10-300
t-'ranck, es 4 1 1 J 1- 1
autrey. If , ww.... 4 2 1.1.0 0
V Ion, cf 4 1 1 II 0
Dohin. lb 4 2 19 0 0
Austin. ti 3 1 1 J 1
Gralinm, 2b 10 0 3 4 0
UniMliiig, c 2 S 17 1 J
aiiiuerK. p a i v v
Kugan. p 10 0
Totals 83 13
AB. R. H. PO. A. B.
Alelchlor, rf .,
Harmes, cf ...
L'orhan, ss ...
Jackson, p ...
Moraan. D ...
.33 i 0
.6 1 3 . 15
.4 0-2 1
.50 1 0
.5 0 0 2
.5 2 2 3
.3 0 0 1
.41 1 13 27
1 4 0 2 0 0
Stolen bases: Franck, domllng. Rngan.
MoUilvrfly. Autrey, Austin, Belden. ' Fwo
twso hits: Cook, Smith, Melchlor. Welch,
Dolon. Double play: Ryan to Corhan.
Sacrifice hits: Cook. Franrk, Qondlng,
Graham. Austin. Struck out: By Hnjan,
6. Bhscs on balls: Off -Bandera, 3; off
Rniran. i oft Jnckson, 5; oft Morgan, 1.
Wild pitch: Jaoks m. .Time: 2:06. attend
ance: 2.6C0. empires: Haskell and Bren
nan. Lincoln Defeat 8lo Clr-
BIOUX CITY, May 11 Lincoln bet Sioux
Cltv out of an eleven-Inning game todtty by
a swatbund in the eleventh. Both tems
hit the pitchers hard during the early in
nings, but between the sixth and tenth
both Jarrott and McKay were in good
form. Ketchem bumped Jarrott for a single
at the opening of the eleventh and cir
on Fenlon's home run over th center Held
fence. Jarrott laid down after that and a
double and two singles followed In succes
sion, scoring two more. Clcotte started
the gsmn for Lincoln nnd: four runs were
scored off him in the first two. Innings In
running home In the Third he turned an
nnkle and had to be carried ofl ha grountla.
Manager Holmes wns put ott the grounds
for objecting to a decision by Umpire U.f
ford. 8core: '
BIOUX C1TT. '
. AB. R. . II. PO. A. E.
Campbell, If 8 0 .0 3 0 ; 0
D. Bheehan, 8b 5 0 1 3 3 1
Nobltt. cf 6 1 3 3 0 1
Weed, 2b 1 t. 3 3 0
Bauer, rf (it 1 01
Williams, lb a.. 6 1 2 13 . 0 .0
OrsnvJlle, ee..... ...... 4 1 ' J 0 - 4 ' 0
J. Kbeeluip,.c.....o.. 4 1 ,2 7 .. 1.0
Jarrott, p '4 "01 0 50
42 15 33 II 2
II. PO. A. IS.
Sullivan, . o...
4 4 1 0
Totala 50 10 20 33 13 1
Bloux City 0 3201001000
Lincoln 0 020301000 410
Two-bore hits: Bauer, 2; Williams, J.
Bheehan, Jarrott, Ketchem, 2; Davidson, 2;
Stcen, McKay. Home ru: Nobllt, Fen
lon. Double plays; Granville,' Weed to
Williams; Ketchem to .Fox; Oagnier to
Thomas. Left on bases: Sioux City, 8;
Lincoln. R. Stolen base: Weed. Sacrifice
hits: D. Bheehan, Granville, Fox. Bases
en bolls: Off Clcotte, 4; oft McKay 1.
Struck out: By Jarrott, 6; by Clcotte, 1; by
McKay. 8. Time: 3:00. Umpire: Olfford.
Denver Piles l'e B! Seore.
DENVER, May 12,-Welrd playing marked
the game of the Champions this afternoon,
in the openlag Innings slow fielding and
bad errors gave Denver a hatful of scores,
after which Interest tell to nothing. Three
and one-half Innings took one In ur and
three minutes. A wonderful stop by An
clrejia and a grand one-handed catch by
Cassndy were the features. After the lead
?i f v'"". "Peru"- Innings. Bohannan
did little hard pitching. Nearly every hit
was Into left field, giving the iofleUlcrs on
that side plenty to do. When MJllor went
In for Des Moines he was kept occupied
In mailing assists to first base On bunta
and hard hit grounders. . The so re:
. .''- AB. -R. H. PO. A. Hi
McHale. cf 6 2 1 1 0 0
Whotler. Sb....... 6 3 1
Cai-uly, If , ,
Ol hh, lb..;.,,, j 3 3 10 1 0
MclKMvough, c I 11110
hlonck, 4 - 4 '1 4 1 0
Moora, se).. .;....,-; ... i . i 6 ,
Buhanaan,. p.... o i ,l
'.Totaia............... Vi Is ! n u 1
.'-.'. DES MOINES,
,'' ", ... AH. H H. PO. A. E.
Hogrlever, it......t i 0 1 0 o 0
AnOceaa,. 2b 5 0 2 1 4 0
Bchrpkey 3b.. 5 0 3 0 2 1
Dexur lb.., o 1 J lg 0 0
Jkhlll. If,. .. - : t J, I
Danhwood. e... l 2-1.3 1
Mclaughlin, cf 6 110 0 2
Oochnauer, sa 3 2 2 0 ' 1 2
tiehring. v 3 ' 0 1 0 ., 8 0
Miller, p 1 0 0 0 5 0
Totala , 41 , 5 14 24 IT
nenver :..5 7 3 0-i f 1 a eia
Dei Moinea ...
1 I H I I f.1
iii.n. v 1 1'. i i piuore, l sn n-
wtKKl. Three-base hhs: Whe-ler. Mrlx.n
fugh. Home run:' Mivir. Stolen tases
Whcler. liuddli'k, - Sicrtflee hll: Murphy
(2), O llagun t2), V. Cnssidy, Moore, lio-
rw st '
hnrin Pices en hnlls- Dff Tfohannsn. 2;
off f, hrlng. 2. Piruck nut: By Hohrnn.
1.. b Gehritii, 3; t-- 1tTr. L' I -ft in
bsses; lienrr. ; !, Moire. 11. DoubV
nlsy: R"lHk to Mo.re to u'lt-inn. lit
with pitched bill: McDnroush. Time: 159.
I mplre: Cons ha n.
taajdlaa: of the Teama -
Plsyed. Won. IxsL Pet.
Des Moines . n 7 ."()
Orhnha ;i 13 .5i
Ix-nver , u Jo J .rv;o
Lincoln Jl 10 H " ,4T
Slnnn City Ji g 1 .IM
Poehld 7 13 "M
Onn:es toilsv: Omaha ot Pueblo. Des
Moines at Denver. Lincoln at Sioux City.
OAFl IJf AMERICA V ASSOCIATIOJI
Toledo Makes Ten Rana In the Ftghth
MILWAT'K EE, Mnv 12 Toledo betters
fell qn Ctirtls for nine safe hits In the
eighth Inning, srorln ten men. Chech
and West were Invincible. The s-ore:
AB H O A E. AU H O A 8.
armhrVr, rf t I I 1 Roklnon. st I I I I
I ("lr., n. tilt Orn, rf 4 0 0
Pnknr.isr. tb i t I 1 ( Rih, c 4 1 I 0
Smoot, tf.... I 1 t 1 (itinrl, lb.... 4 Oil
Dfrronl. Jb.. 10 0 1 (. Mrrht-, it I 0 t 0
Iirbu. m. 4 0 4 1 0 H(II1. lb.'. I 1 10 0 0
W.risrks, lb. I ' 1 il 0 Hemphill, cf. I' 1 . 4 0 0
tn- c 1 8 4 0 oriark. Jb...,, 3 0 1 t 1
C11'-- I 3 0 1 OCurtU. p..... J o;o 4 i
Wrti, ip...t. 10 0 . Uousbercy p 1-
Totals 17 lltfli s " Totals 81 IIT1I 4
Milwaukee 0000011 0 0 t
Toledo o 3 0 1 0 0 10 013
Two-base hits: J. Clarke pokorrcy,
I-and. Robins n. Revllle. Threfjiase hit:
Chech. Hits: ' Off Curtis, 12 in eirht In
nings; off Dougherty, 1 In 'one Inning; oft
Chech, 4 In seven Innings, a-vcrlflce hlta:
ArmbruKter. J. Clarke. 8tolen bases:
Armhruster. Double play: Clarke to
Doyle to Hevljle. Left on baes: Mil
waukee. 3; Toledo. 6. First bane on balls:
Off Curtis. 3; oft West. L. Btruck out: By
(urtls. 2; by Dougherty, 8; by Chech. 3;
by West. 3. 'Time: .2:00. . trmplre: Kerln.
Kansas City Defeats Colnanhns.
KANSAS CITY, May 12-The pitching
of Wicker for Columbus was the fe.iture
of today's game, Kansas City uieklng not
a run until the eighth Inning when the
home team scored live on a rally. Score:
KANSAS riTT. COLL'MBl'S.
AB H O A B. AJJ.H.O.A.E.
Kerwln, rf... 4 0 0 0 Rll!r. rf.... 4 0 10 0
Llndaar. lb.. 4 1 15 1 0 rrlel, Sb 4 0 I 3 1
HI", cf 4 10 OJude, If.;.... 4 1 4 0 4
Hyolaman, II 4 1 8 0 Kimlsr. cf.;..4 4 10 0
Krufj.r, tb.. I 8 4 4 OKIhm. lb.... 4 17 0 1
Burks, lb.... 4 0 18 OHuliwItt. aa. I 1 0 1 1
MrBria. aa . 1 0 1 4 Ownsloy. !b . I 0 1 1 0
Sullivan, c. 1 0 4 oBlue. e 117 0 0
Kranta, p.... 8 0 14 OWkkar. p.... 8 10 0 0
Totala 80 4 87, 17 1 Totala 11 4 84 7 "J
Kansas City 00000006 6
Columbus 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 04
Three-base hits: Jude, Oessl'T (2), H'lls
wltt. First bane on errors: Kansxs City,
3; Columbus, 8. Double plays: Krueger
to Lindsay, McBrlde to Krueger to Lind
say, Frlel to Kihm. Left on bases: Kanras
Ciiy, 4; Columbus,. 6. First base on balls:
Oft Franls, 3; off -Wicker, 8. Struck out:
By Frants, B; by Wicker, fl. Time: 2:00.
Millers Win from Distillers
MINNEAPOLIS. May 32-PuUman's wlld
rw es and po:r support gave Minneapolis
the second game of the Louisville series
by a score of C to 6. Ford, who relieved
Freeman after the third, won his sa"i- in
the ninth wlt'i a single. The largest qrowd
for years witnearea the contest, Stovu b
batting was a feature. Sfore:
AO. H O. A. B, AU H O A K
O'Neill, If... 4 13 0 OstoTall, cf... i 4 4 0 0
Dur-don, 8b.. 4 0 4 3 ONaal. If....'.. 41 1 0 V
Mortaa. cf.... 4 8 0 OUrashaar, 4b. 1 1 8 3 0
i. Fraa'a, rf 4 0 0 0 OBulltran, lb . I 0 18 0
Oramlnsi-r, lb 3 0 4 1 OHughea. rf... 4 4 14 1
I r tvh n, 10. a w it a v net, o a u i . i i
u,bi,iu, v... m m v wuiiuan, aa.. a a w a 1
Oylrr, aa.... I 0 0 4 Woodruff, Kb 1 0- 0 4 0
U. Pne'u, pO 0 4 4 OPuttman, p.. 4 6 4 1 1
Ford, p....j.. 4 , 1 1 3 0 .
kVowna .....1 0 0 0 0 Tolala.....33 4x34 14 4
Totala 14 10 87 li 0 ,-. ,
Halted for O. Foeeman in the second. .
None out whten winning rrnl scored.
Mlnnenpolls :i 0 0 0 1110 1
Louisville 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 05
Bases on balls: Off O. Freeman, 2: off
Ford, 2; ofl Puttman, 7. Two-base hlta:
Stovalf, 2. Three-base hits: Mertes, StovnlL
Sacrifice hits: Oyler, Ore?nlnger. NeaL
Btolen brutes: Mertes, O'Neill, firashear.
Hit by pitched bulls: By Puttman. 2; by
Ford, 1. titruck out: By Q. Freernafi, 2;
by Ford, 2; by Futtmuh, 4. .Hlt: . Off
. Freoinai,.8 In two Innings; off Ford, 5
In seven inulng. Left on ha sea: Mlnno
ano'.la, 7: Louisville, i Time:- 1:30. Um
pires: Egan and Werden.
galnts Icfent I ndlnnnpolls, ,
"ST. PACUMay 12". -St Paul won the sec
ond of tho series with Indianapolis bv cp
portuno hitting today. With two out in
the ninth, Williams tried to steal home,
but was out. Both Leroy and Summers
were hit hard. Score:
BT, PAfU INDIANAPOLIS.
AD H O A. B. AU.H O A B.
Danlearr. rf. 4 1 1 1 lWllltima, sa. 4 1 3 4 1
Koehler, cf.. 3 0 0 0 OCoulter, it... 4 10 0 0
Frltk. If 4 1 0 Ofarr. lb ( 8 18 1 0
.'tordrke, lb. 4 111 0 rHImrs. rf.... 8 3 3 1 0
Hinwl, aa... 4 8 8 8 I Knit. Jb ... 4 0 4 3 0
Pail!an. 2b.. 8 0 8 4 CBlrgvl, rf.... 4 3 0 4 4
Tltmlar. lb.. 4 8 0 3 1 UTlnaaton, ll I I 1 I
Rmdao, a.... 4 3 4 8 OHnrke. lb.... 4 2 13 4
Leroy, p 4 1 4 4 1 Summera, p.. 8 4 0 I 0
lLorU ....... 1 4 4 4 4
Totala 11 II !71 4
Totala 34 13 It 17 1
Batted for Bummers in ninth." '
St. Paul ...............1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1
Indianapolis j. ..1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 25
Two-base hits: Bugden (2), Hartscl, Dun
leavy, Cnrr, Hopke. Home rut:: Tlemier,
Siogle. Stolen bae: Williams. Double plays:
Hariaeil to Padden to Nordyke; llemier to
Padden to Nordyke; Pauden to Hal tsel to
Nordyke; Krug to Carr; Williams to Krug
to C.uir. Bases on bails: Off Leroy, 1; off
Summera, 1. Struck out: By Loroy, 1; by
Summers. 3. Bussed ball: Bugden. Wild
pitch: Leroy. Sacrifice hits: Kiehler (2),
Padden, Coulter. Left on buses: St. Paul,
7; Indianapolis, 7. Time: 2:00. Umpire:
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost Pet.
Kansas City 17 10 7 .5XS
Columhus 21 .13 9 .571
Louisville 18 10 8 .5S
Ml waukee 24 12 12 .6ti0
Toledo 22 11 11 .5o0
St. Paul 23 11 12 , .478
Minneapolis 20 .' . 11 .4M
Indlnnupolls 23 14 .301
Games today: Columbus at Kansas City,
Toledo at Mllwauke, Indianapolis at St
Paul, Loulsvlle at Minneapolis.
Resalta In ton State Leaacoe.
MARSHALLTOWN, la.. May 12. Iowa
Sisto 1 nguo roeu.ts:
At Oskfiioosa- . R.H.E.
Okaloona ? 0 0 2 8 0 1 0 0-7 13 "
MnrshalUown .2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0-5 11 2
Batteries: Shaw and Moody;. GIffen and
At ottumwn R.H.E.
Waterloo ...0 0O100001 13 4 3
Otturawa ...0 10000010 02 5 5
Batteries: Colbert and Crittenden; Hol
lEr.Uck and Cl.trk.
At Qulncy R.H.E.
Burlington ....8 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 16 10 i)
gulncy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1
; Batteries: Rause and Jamison; Hanson
At Keokuk . R.H.E
JarksiMivllle ...0 0 2 ,0 0 0 0 0 02 4 ,3
Keokuk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00" T 2
Putterlea: Wlll'ams and WelajbroU; Pratt
Fremont Wlaa from Ashland.
FF.EfONT. K'b., May 13. (Special Tele
gram.) Fremont defeated Ashland here to
day by the score of 14 to 2. making the
fifth straght victory far the home learn
since the season opened. The feature of the
game was the hciiw hitting of the Fre
mont team, getting fifteen hits off Eads. a
former Three-I league pitcher. Sccre:
a. H. E.
Ashland 0 0000000 2 2 4 7
Fremont. .'.... S 0 0 0 1 0 t 5 -14 15 2
flatteries: Ashland. Fads "and Copple;
Fremont, Galiert and Shea. Pfuck out:
ttv.Cabert. k; by la da, 2. Base oo balls:
Off Gabert, 3; off Eads. 1 Umpire.: IlavriL
CrelRbtoas Pegln Tear.
The Crelvhton base ball team will leave
today on It northern trip. The flayers
who will go on this trip will be Kellcy,
Kishbick. Pendergaxt. Delaney, McNalley,
Mu.len, Fitxgcrald. Kennedy and Lanlgnn.
Th- schedule for this Week will be:
May 14 University of South Dakota.
M.iy li WeJlyan, at Mitrh-U, s. D.
May 1 Agricultural, at Brkings. 8. V).
May 17 ct. John's, at St Cloud. Minn.
May IK Minnesota, at Minneapolis.
Mn 2U Hamilton, at Minn'-anolls.
The imra will return the first part of
Shops Have It All Their Way.
Tne Union Paclflo car shojis l-m wal
loped the Mld-i ity team of South Umilia
yeoteruay to the tun of 'J3 lo 8 at Thir
teenth and I strt-ete. This makes the
fourth straight victory for the Siioja. which
! t"um is racing for the Slots cup. Butterius:
Miops, iiiond and lluKer; wu-Clty, Mc
Maater and Ulllett.
Gimiri la Tbrw. Legae
At Clinton C.lnton. 7; Dubuque, 1.
At Ulwouilnaion Klojnilngtou. 4;
At Rixk Island Rock iHlard. 8; ' Cedar
Rapid. , i -
t Sprtngfle'd Springfield, 6; Pecatur, 1
WHITE SOX BEAI A1HLLI1CS
World's Obarrpiom Win Tuy Victory from
ihi Ihi'aielrhi Toim.
PLANK DISCOURAGED BY POOR SUFPORT
Cklragos , Land Heavily on lllm In
the I,asl Three Innings
Score of" Other
CHICAGO. May 12.-CI:1cago won easily
tdny. ' defeotlng Philadelphia 10 to 8.
Plank pitched well until discouraged by
poor support. Walsh showed complete re
covery from his recent injury at ltrolf.
keeping tho hlta . scattered and striking
out eight batsmen. 'Score:
CHICAflO. 'I PHILADELPHIA.
AB H O A B AU.H. O A K.
Hahn. rf 6 8 1 1 4 Hartaal. If. .. I 1 1 0 0
Jon. tf 4.8 3 4 OCroaa. aa..., 8 4 1 3
loll. b 8 8 0 3 08rbold, rf.. 4 1110
rmnnhue, lb. 8 1 11 8 4 Purla, 1b. . .".. 4 8 8 1 1
Koh., a..,.. 8 18 8 OMurphr. 3b i, i 18 8 1
Domnertr. If 4 3 1 4 CSrhre-'k. c... 4 17 3 4
Quillln, lb... 8 1 4 O'OKnlatit. lb.. 4 4 18 1
Sulllran. c . I 0 1 3 0 lord, cf '. 4 3 3 0 1
W'alah. p 4 I 1 7 4r,Ink. P 8 1 0 1
Totala. ....14 14 87 17 0 Totala. ...ill 8 tl 13 4
Chlrago o 0 2 0 0 4 13 10
Ptilladclphla l o 0 0 0 0 2 0 08
Two-base hits: Hahn (21. Walsh. Ishell.
Sacrifice hits: Cross, Jons Stolen bnaes:
lalioll, Donohue (3, IHjurherty. Left on
bases: Philadelphia, S; Chicago, 3. Flrrt
base on balls: Off Plank, 2: oft Walsh, 2.
Hit with pitched ball: By Plunk, 8 Struck
out: By Plank. 0; bv Walsh. 8. Time:
1:29. Umpires: O'lxmghlln and Stafford.
'vVnehlnarton Defeats St. I.onls.
ST. LOUIS, May 12.-Washington de
feated the St. Louis Americans this after
noon by a score of 2 to C. Thfl gmne was
a pitchers' battle between Vefty and Pat
ten. Wallace dropped a flv ball In the
fourth inning, letting In two .runs for
BT. Long. , WASHINGTON.
AB.H.O.A R. AH H O A E.
Nllea. tb 4 0 4 4 OOanley. rf..,l 0 I M
Hemphill, cf. 8 1 3 1 0C. Jonra. cf. 4 1 4 0
Plrarrlng. rf 4 4 4 4 OChim. lb.... 3 14 4 0
Wallara, aa.. 8 4 8 8 1 Anilrraon. lb. 4 4 In 0 4
Ston.. If 8 4 10 OAHIter, aa.., 4 0 3 8 4
Tfr. 3b... 3 I 1 3 NII1. If . 4 4 0 0 i
T. Jonra, lb 4 4 13 O ISrhalflr. tb. 3 4 4 1 4
O'Connor, c. 8 0 4 3 4 Harden, t 3 4 2 1 4
f'Hr. r 3 13 1 OP.tl.n, p.... 3 10 4 6
Totala 34 8 37 13
Totals IS 3 81 li 3
Batted for Hemphill In the ninth.
St. Louis , 0300000-00 0
Waahlngton ; 0 00 2 00000 2
Sacrifice hit: Ganley. Stolen bases; An
derson. Nlll. Double piny: Altlzer to An
derson. Left on baHOs: St. Louis. 4;
Washington, 4. Fet bnse on balls: Oft
Pelty, 2; off Patten. 2. Hit with pitched
ball: By Pelty, 1. Struck out: By Pelty,
5. Time: 1:26. Umpire: Sheridan.
Standing of the Teams.
. . Plaved. Won. Lost. Pet
Chicago 24 17 7 .708
Cleveland j.....'.23 ', 13 10 .Mi
New York ..20 ' 11 3 .550
Detroit 20 11 8 .odO
Philadelphia 20 10 10 .fyj
Boston 20 9 It .450
Washington ,.19 7 12 .3-18
St. Louis ; .22 7 15 .818
Games today: New York at Cleveland,
Boston at Detroit
8TORZ . TEAMS WIX TWO GAMES
Malts Beat Clark Imperials anil
AthleJIcs Defeat Townsends.
About 100 spectators witnessed two fast
games of ball jit Store park Sunday, the
Stora teama winning both. The first game
was won by the Rtors Molts, which de
feated the Clark Imperials, 6. to 8. More
nrty, for tho Clnrks, .pitched, a superb game,
striking out thirteen -..and allowing only
seven hits. Sam Letherby, the old pitcher,
was In fine form, allowing nine hits and
striking out six. The features of the first
game were a home run by Eastman and
the fast fielding by the Malts.
The second game was 'closely contested
from start to finish, the score being a tie
until the eighth" In4iltig," hen -the Town
sends went up ln, Ue air at a cu lt leal point.
Two men Ware Outkiind the Athletics had
no one on bases-.bitf vhen the Townsends
woke tip three mi rt hfTd crossed the plate,
winning the most Interesting game ever
played at Btors. pak.score, l(j to .. Kocher
and liennett pitcheogood ball for the Ath
letics, and : Eastman's pitching for the
Townsends at Umes wrts of tho phenomenal
kind. The feature of the game was the
umpiring of Lane. The acore:
. J AB. H, H. PO.. A. E.
Young, lb... 6 0 1 0 10 0
Hoffman, 2b... ..4 ' 0 1 ' 2 2 1
Eidsen, sa 5 1 1 2 3 2
Kennedy, 3b '.. 5 112 2 0
Kocher.- rf..., 5 9 0.0 I 0
Caughey. If 6 11 0 1 0
English, cf 6 0 0 0 1 0
R. Kennedy, 0 & 1 1 1 ' 0
Letherby, p 4 1 1 2 1
Totals :.43 5 7 U '27 i
CLAIR K IMPERIALS.
AH. It. II. PO. A. E
Demay, rf 6 1 2 0 0 0
Ivnr. Jib 4 0 0 8 3 3
Ogden, c 6 0 0 0 13 0
Gibson, lb 4 1 o t 1
FtHtman, If 5 1 0 0 0
Dalley. cf 6 0 1 0 0 0
Hroack, as 6 0 2 4 0 1
Gibson, 3b 4 0 0 0 1 3
Morearty, p 4 0 0 3 0 0
Totals 41 S "l 10 si 1
Blors Malts 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 05
Clark's Imperials.. .'.2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 03
Home run: Eastman. Three-bise ' hit
Demay. Two-baso hits: Eastman, Demay.
AB. B, H. A.. PO. E.
r. ivenneay, 3i M
R. Kennedy, c
3 12 6
1 1 0 10
12 4 2
10 0 2
2 2 3 1
0 2 2 2
0 10 0
10 11 12 87
AB. R. IL A. PO. E
F,:ietman, p.. 6 112
.... 4 1
Morearty, lb.; J, 6
... 4 1-1
Totals..... 41 8 -18 10 24 ' ll
8 tors Athletics I 0 0 2 1 2 IS 010
Townsends 1 0 0 3 2 2 1 0 0
Thiee-base bit: Young. Two-buse hlta:
Gibson, Morearty. Kennedy, Shestak.
. Roarer Has! New finch.
Roger Bresnahan has discovered a new
Kuiftr made the diaf-overy lunt week, but
Just aa ho was about to work it a strlkeou;
m dud the game. The play can be mailt
ouly when the buses, are lull and there arc
Drink Pabst Blue Rib
bon Beer at meals anrj
between meals, both Rf
an aid to digestion and foi
tho tonic properties o1
the hops it contains.
It is rich In food alue
from the Pabst Perfect
Eight-Day Malt, and con
tains only enough alcoho:
to stimulate the digestive
organs to healthy action.
Vou will never acquire,
s 7r a but overcome, the desire f ui
VUVTCIVfliltI VI 147 UCDII T. AvI
S I strong drink by using Pabet
Blue Ribbon ileer, baKauat
its food values far exceeo
its stimulating properties.
Pabst Brewing Co.,
1S07 Leavenworth St., Omaha.
Phone Douglas It.
two strtkAs' nml three balls, on the batfer.
As all fins know. It Is customary for nil
the runners In thnt esse to start to run ss
the hull is pitched, for It Is bound to be a
strikeout, a limw on balls or a fair bail.
Bnanahan has figured thus: The man on
third starts as If t" steal home. Naturally
the pitcher will "pitch out" so the c.tti-her
cen got the runner. When such a ball Is
pitched It does not go over the plate, and
therefore makes four balls and the runner
Is forced anyway. That s clever thinking.
It will work, too.
STARS ARE LOST I THE STORM
Mr. Jackson's Team Meets with
Adversity Dnrlng a Illah Wind.
Something happened to the South Omthn
Stars yesterday. They started In to play
a game of ball with the Iee-Gloss-An-dreisen
Originals down at Vinton street
park. Earlier In the day a terrible wind
storm came up and about the time the
first Inning ended It was utterly Impos
sible to distinguish any undue brilliancy
redialing from a single star In Mr. Jack
Tho score wns 20 lo 1.
Considerable Interest had been worked
tip over this game by certain fans, chiefly
It seems, from the fact that the colored
team and Its manager had been given
unanimous support from a large coterie
of friends In the belief that the Originals
were not the real local amateur cham
pions. It: Is said that theory does not
prevail to the same extent now that It did
before the windstorm of Sunday. At least
that was the consensus of opinion yester
day evening when the storm had subsided
aa deducted from the general atmospheric
conditions. . ,
It was Impossible to fix on any one thing
a the most potent reason for the way
the game came out. As near hs could be
discerned from the grandstand and bleach
ers the reasons were numerous and came
In such thick confusion as to be quite, as
blinding as the gust of wind that served
to make ball playing an all-round nuisance
But the game was not the only featuro
One feature aside from the game and the
wind, of conr4e wns that quite a quota
of Star supporters did not ride home from
the game, but preferred to breast the
storm afoot. The fact thnt large much
ness of money changed hands on the re
sult of the game Is sld to have had a
trite bearing on- this fact. At any rate
It Is well known that several of Colonel
Jnckson s most ardent . friends nnd ad
mirers were loquaciously and vociferously,
not to any demonstrntlvely anxious to
wnger their earthly all on his team win
ning. And It must be said that In the
large majority of Instances these bets were
taken, taken much wllh the same alncrlty
with which a well-whiskered cat leaps
upon Its prey.
Incidentally there wns a stake of 350. So
far ns known no return game has been
arranged. The Originals and the Victors
meet for a double-header next Sunday at
R II E
Ie-Glass-A.. OOB40120 20 7 li
Stars 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0- 1 7 10
Earned runs: Ie-Olass-Andreesen. 10.
Two-base hits: Roben, Minikus (2). Home
runs: 'Blink." Clair (2). First base on
btlls: Oft Wllllnms. 4; off Adams, 1,
Struck out: By Adims, 7: by Wllllnms, 6
Time: 1:50. Umpires: Shanahan and Mll
len. Peoples Store Gets Game.
The Peoples store team defeated the
Transfers of Council Bluffs Sunday by
tho score of 11 to 2. Kelly pitched for the
Peoples and allowed but two hits, which
were blown by the heavy wind over the
fielders' heads. Kelly struck out twentv
one of his opponents and gave no passes1.
The Peoples store blnyers hit .lust . when
the hits counted. The Peoples store team
will play at Cnlhoun next Sunday. Score:
AB. R, H. PO. A. E.
Cnran. lb 6 1 2 5 e o
K If 4 1 0 0 0 0
Morearty, l1 4 1 1 0 1 0
Pnmpso-i. cf 3 2 1 0 0 0
Frankfurt, 3b 3 2 2 0 0 1
Cras, ss 4 1 10 0 0
Brown, If........ 4 0 1 0 0 0
he-b, c. 4 1 1 21 0 0
Kelly, p 4 2 S 1 0 0
Totals . 35 11 Jl ' 27 .1 1
AB. R. H. PO.' A. E.
Roarty. 7b: : 4 1 1 2 3 1
Walklngton. If 4 0 0 0 1 1
Peterson. 3b. .......... 4 ' 1 1 '3 4 0
Krnunger. lb 4 0 0 13 1 3
Cooper, ' 8 0' 0 0 3 1
Peterson, rf 0 0 0-0 0
Kink, cf 8 ,0 0 .0 , 1
FCInnc'r, c. S 0 ' 0 "7 ' 3 1
Dowe!l. fj:.;..',vi..v..'.."' '0 0 f : 0 '2
" Totals.... .:.S1 2 2 24 , 1 10
Three-hnse hits: Cress, Ronrtv. Two
baso hits: Mnrenrtv. Frankfurt, Kel!v.
Struck out: By Kellv. 2: by Dowel!. 6.
First base on balls: Off Dowell, 3.
White Sox Win.
The White Pox defeated the T. M. R"
gnlls by tho score of 22 to 7 yesterday. The
feature of the game was the hitting of
Clayton, and for the Rozealln, Collin, and
the pitching cf Coffman. Score: R.H.E.
Rozgalls 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 2 7 14 8
White Sox 0 1 3 2 0 6 4 7 C2 25 4
Butteries: Rozgalls. F. Corcoran and
Jumea; White fox, CofTinan and Dlgillo.
Would like to hear from any team, either
In or out of t-wn.
Kecks Defeat Royals.
The Kecks defeated the Rovals by the
score of 19 to 1 In a game Sunday. The
nllround playing of the winners was a fea
ture of the battle. The Kecks would like
to henr from any team In or out of the
city under lrt years of age. Answers can be
sent care of The Bee.
Gossip of the Game.
That man out at Pueblo was so hurt over
the victory of Omaha Saturday he only
sent a three-line Introductory.
Five Cubs are batting over .800 and the
team averages up .2:K; not a Sox Is hitting
up to .31)0 and the team Is batting .244.
Old Christy Matbewson seems to have
struck that terrible . gait that made the
Giants the 1905 champions of the world.
The batting averoge of Autrey up to Sun
day was .3oo. typographical error In the
summary made It appear .2iG. The long
legged pedestrian waa cheated out of an
Des Moines does not look quite as danger
ous since It went west. Omaha winning Its
first two and Des Moines losing Its first,
two games la Colorado lesxens that gap
by considerable. Go It, Buck.
Captain Franck Is a true leader batting
at the terrific clip of .400 plus. With such
a leader the team ought to win the pennant,
even if Des Moines hud such a leid. Omalii
has felt the need of a Buck Franck for
several .years. . ,
Catcher Bowerman,: though cut In salary
31,700, Is leading the National lugue In bat-
ting, and he has played many gamea. too,
for he has been holding down first while
McOann waa off. Ills lnUtlug record up to
Sunday was .622.
When Tim Hurst rendered a close deci
sion In a recent Boston-New York game
one of the Pilgrim became angry and
yelled: "Where are your eyes, looking for
a new moon? '"Don't cry. sonny, sit still
and eat your cake, replied Tim. .
Pfetster certainly played In hard- luck
Saturday. He pitched the former of the
diuble-header agalnsr Brooklyn, hohllnf
the Ilrldt-groome down to threw hrt. and
yet his team lost. Minor Bruwn iosi a
three-hit game earlier In the season.
The only man on record who ever refused
to accept an annual paxs to the locil base
ball park Is Mayor Brand Whltlork of To
ledo. It la earnestly to be hoped, however,
that that does not mean the mayor refuses
to attend the games on his own account.
It Is reported Chartce Is reserving Brown
and McGraw Mathewson for that three
game seiit-s In New York beginning May 21.
That will be the first real ahown-down be
tween the two leaders of the Nationals,
and it 'Is believed these two masters of the
slab may pitch In the first and third games.
The big batters many of them have not
yet hit their gait. Stone, the champion of
the world last year, up to Saturday was
hitting .11. but he got three hits Saturday,
which will help some. Chance was down
about .26o. Hal Chase .21, the great 1-ajole
.2ttf, Billy Keeler .1-5 and Hans Wagner Is
away down the list also.
Such notables as Juke Welmer, the sturdy
little pitcher; Jack Thornton and Wee
Willie MeGIll of some centuries alnce are
playing with the semi-prof rsslonuls of Chi
cago, where Jimmy Kyan, Anson and Calla
han are running teams. Welmer and Cin
cinnati could not agree on salary and
Jake made good on hU talk of couie-to or
no play. Thornton la pitching.
The consensus of opinion In Chicago and
other places, no doubt. Is that the White
Sox will have an easier time repeating on
the pennant than wUl the Cubs. The Cuba
have had more adverse lui k thus far than
the Box; the weather haa cheated them out
of games, while their rivals, the Giants,
went ahead and won. But no matter, the
fmt la the Cuba are up against a bud
start, while the Sox have rrvt.de. a gap bo
tweon them and the second team. The Cubs
have slun.tH-d In batting, but have thus
far outflt-lded the ftox. At the cloie of lnt
week the Nationals batted .IM and the Sox
244; the Cula tWided .970 and the Sox .
Kut the Culm have the team and will prob
ahly get there, but not without woriatug
every dnjr this season.
mir tiior is killed
Leg t 0 ow:rs in the o lthwjst artf
. . . oath is Xncra oo.. - ' '
EARIA Y'G:TAEIE$ ALSO DESTROYED
Cre lias Bees Replanted and Damage
to Gardeners Will Kot Prove So
Geaeral Half Crop of
KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 12 Reports
from all parts of Kansas, western Missouri,
Oklahoma 'and Indian Territory Indicate al
most complete destruction by frost of tree
fruit crops, and serious Injury to bush
fruits, grapes and strawberries. Tender
garden plants throughout the southwest
were destroyed, but this causes small direct
I Ions , and the growers have already re
planted. 'The replanted fields will not bo
yielding produce . until summer, however,
and the gulf states will send vegetables
and jmall fruks , north for several weeks
longer, than In usual seasons. At tha be
ginning of May. there was, hope that late
blooming apples would escape, but the kill
ing freeze pf May 3, when the .tempera
ture fell to 27 degrees, with snow crusted
on the trees, completed the fiavoc.
The St. Joseph Fruit Grower, summaris
ing the reports from correspondents, says:
They are the most discouraging w have
ever published and tell of a loss of , fruit
crops unparalleled heretofore. March was
a warm month and buds of all kinds were
greatly Swollen; trees bloomed about three
wecka ihend of their' normal time, ami
when the freezing weather of April came
the buds and blossoms succumbed.
Not In many years has there been such
widespread destruction of fruit ns Is re
ported this month. It frequently happens
that part of the fruit Is destroyed In vari
ous localities, but this year It -ems that
firactlcnlly all the croo has been destroyed
n a great many different sections.
A Kansas City manufacturer of orchard
supplies snys that every correspondent In
tha southwest reports no fruit left to
A vigorous peach orchard near Kansas
City favorably situated to escape frost, and
which bloomed profusely, showed not a
single fruit when Inspected today.
Grapes are putting forth new leaves, and
will blosrom and yield a diminished crop,
with a late harvest, and strawberries are
blossoming and will yield half crop.
Mlchtstntt Crof Little Injured.
DETROIT,.- M.ay 12. Although the un
usual cold which has prevailed In Michi
gan thus for thla spring has put fruit
and vegetables a month behind their
normal condition at this time, reports
agree that the fruit rrop will be far from
a total failure. , Inquiry among fruit grow
er? nnd commission men about Grind
Rapids, which Is In the center of the
famous Michigan fruit belt, Indicates that
they Jook for an average crop of peichcs,
pears, plums and apples, with a generous
crop of berries. It Is the opinion there
that the state's vegetable crop will be very
late, as comparatively few farmers, have
been able to plant as yet. A late season
In both fruit and vegetables, with fair
prices prevailing. Is the expectations
among leading fruit and commission men.
ELKS' GREAT STAG SOCIAL
Thursday . at the. Auditorial to He
Made One of Most Memorable . '
la Order'a Annals.
The Elks who are arranging for the
great stag' social which will take place
ot the Auditorium next Thursday even
ing, spent an hour In the building yester
day at noon, and went over all the .plans
to -tre wber, ,any. changes , in the , some,
would be,-beneficial, and, necessary. Twelve'
hundred -Invitations have been sent to
business men In Omaha and South Omaha
nnd requests for cards are constantly
coming In. The Sno members of Omaha
lodge are expected to be present to assist
Jin properly caring 'for the Invited guests,
j At least- 200 visiting Elks will probably
I be there. Believing thnt tne stage, ong
j Inally Intended to take ear of the over
: flow, will be Insufficient, the balcony will
: be left open, the space only under the
balcony being enclosed by the "Streets of
I Paris" scenery.
Entrance to the main floor will" be
through the Elfel tower at the west end
of the hall, and the tower Itself will be
decorated vwlth the Elk colors. The band
will be placed on the great stage. The
cuncs Ihkmmi rsaaiis tux
, 414tt, IWtJ- 4 Ok
Vttirf CIsK-tf Wi'rN
trie most delicious fiavorx-In cakes snd
pastry. - ' - -V
PATENTS that PROTECT i
R 8.4A.B lCE,W.jhif,Etcn,0 C. Eetnb- 1HE9. I
-r - a. - aj
ONE MINUTE RESTAURANT COLNG
OUT OF BUSINESS
After May 15th, 190T. w discontinue
business st.our present location 1511
Farnani St. Our entire stock of restau
rant fixtures for sale.
JXO. H ALPINE, Ml., rroi.
itAM O LEK --JsM- J
iii'i '"' miiaaiiasi naniMii, n ''' 1 1 " "I ' 'V
mm win i in i ! - i ii a ',1 "- -" mi Mlllll I li
Who is to be Queen of r.lpy?5
May Festival in the Streets of Paris
Auditorium. May 20th to June 1st Inclusiva
This la the same elaborate sr.aalo reprodaotlon of the most famous
streets aad sUoys of beaatlful Paris, as oris-lnatad by alra. 3rvtte Caloier
antt proauoad wlta aach ihaoiuscal sacosss la. Chicago.
A "Queea of the May" will be chosea bv popular vota. Tile young
lady reeelvlna the saost votsa will be crowned wlUt elaboraae oeremoaies
and presented with hanttaome diamond rlnif. i . , -
The young lady standing sacond and third la the oontast will be
raised to the rank of priuubasss and respectively presented wl'" solid
gold braoalet snd neoklaee. -- aj.'1 '
- VOXS 3-014 YOVat CHOICES
1111 out this coupon, and with one esut for each vote, dep6stt either af -.
Benson's, JkfyMs KiUon or Hhertnaa S MvCoanell Xknvg Ktorsa.
specialties will b4 given on tMe tcrhpernry
platform on the south side of the hall
Four hours of entertainment has been
.provided, opening wjt3 the grnpdi overture
by Finn's Omaha band at 8 p. iu , aftei
which things will be kept moving In a
very lively manner. There will not be a
tedious moment .durlrig the ntlrt 'arming.
FORECAST OF' THE' WEATHER
Showers sn4 Cooler lit ' Keh.-aska
Today Fair Tomorrow, Warmer
la West Portion.
WASHINGTON, May It-Forecast of the
weather for Monday snd Tuesday:-
For Nebraska Showers and cooler- Mon
day; Tuesday, fair, . warmer In -west por
Local Record. ' '-'
OFFICE OF TUB! WEATHER BURBA!?.
OMAHA, May 12. Official . record, , of tem
perature and Precipitation, compared wult
the corresponding day of the lasV tf-reo
years: .' JW7. 190. iBOil. I8"l
Maximum temperature.,.; 87 7S . 70-f HI
Minimum temperature.... 61 CI . 43 ;- 46
Mean temperature ..' i. i'i m
Precipitation W) " T T " .(
Temperature and precipitation departure.!
from the normal at Omaha ainre March- 1,
snd comparisons with the last two yrais:
Normal temperature 61
Excess for the dnv '. .' r. . '...'14
Total deficiency since March I.......'...... 7J
Normal precipitation , 14 lnh
Deficiency for the day , 1 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 1 !! Inchot
Deficiency since March 1 4.? iafhes
Deficiency for cor. period, lPt. . . . .01 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, ljto5... .fMlncJ),
Reports from Stations nt T P. M ,'.
Station and State Temp. Max. Rain-
of Weather. 7 p. tn. Temp, full
Bismarck, cloudy S3 ri ' ;(v
Cheyenne, cloudy a) 38 ) , .10
Chicago, clear ;j . j
Davenport, clear ;t ;s ,,m
Denver, portly cloudy ,M ' 7t '. ' r
Havre, cloudy , .40 .62 -,- ,(i
Helena, cloudy 40 .42. T
Huron, clchr P2 ' 72 ' (VI
Kansas City, clear .......... .78 82 .tl
North Platte, cloudy (H M T
Omaha, cenr K4 87 .00
Rapid Cltv, cloudy. 42 5 ' T
Ft. IaiuIs, clear 70 ' 70 .)
St. Paul, cloudy 82 . R ' .
Salt Lake CI' v. cloudy 4S M T
Valentine, cloudy f.1 M ' ' T
Wllllston. cloudy 42 - ' 4 .00
T indicates truce of precipitation..
. L. A. WEISTI. liocnl Forecnster.
II (TTJ m win 1 r Iron fof
ft r lwi lot tMMU
b ftn y ftuttr-tisnrsj 4 r
l. . . i ; lii iisrw ' a
llth and lftoOea
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Xear all the theaters.
SOO beautiful rooms.
100 private batha.
Kot and cold water In all rooms.
Spacious lobby, parlors.
Telephone In every room. '
Beautiful Oafs. Perfect Cuisine.
$1 to $4 Per Day
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r. jl. ben so it. Mgr. ,
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DOYD'S vJsSs:. Mert
WEDNKSDA Y TH V RSD .Y
CHAKLES II. HANKOItl) in
TONIGHT ALL WEEK
- IN ' '
In the Palace of, the King
KATUTBEB TUBS. THUB3. SAT.
Mo Change lu Prioes.
N.-xt Week EVA I.ANO in M
Dorothy Yea-don of Koddon Kail B
TONIGHT 8:15 MAT. WEDNESDAY
Tne rowerfnl Melodrama -THE
CONVICT'S liA I'fiHTER
TlU'RH. Elmore Stock 'o. In
earn rtnrfT'n b v.-o-r.n:fB I
Sat. Hay 18
.MRS. , THE MEW
FISKE YORK IDEA
Crs. make will no atppear tn Omaha.
tji-aU on sale ai.Beulun prug -.'.
Engagement of Konatoi1 Ttt'ii R. TlH
nian. who will lecture Tuecdiiy Mtfht,
May 14, his subject toiichlug oa, na
tional topics of the day. . Don't mlas
the opportunity to hear Dim. ,. Prices
J5c, 60c, 75c and 11.00. Reserved
seats now on sale. ,
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