Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1908)
REAL ESTATc LOANS
L W.Trt1, Ffnn'I'Uy. F. D. Weed.
mm ana rsrnam. iz.'i Wo
rRIVATE MONEY to yn. tV to
rh on hand; n delay. J. li. Biwrwood,
813 Bnandels Hldg, (2Z)-M:iM
FIVE TKR CKNT "
L Money to loan on
! Ofnsiha business properly,
u. THOMAS IIRENNAN.
v Room I. Niw York Ufa BMg.
....... (--) -4TJJ
ANTtED City loans. reters Trust Co.
.WANTED-CBjr lnsrs ami warranta. W.
Earnam Smith A Co.. 13. rarnam Bt.
sUWH8T RATE3-Buil. Taxton Block.
PRIVATE and eastern u.uney 3 to IW,.
' OOOloans for building purposes.
tW. H. THOMAS. 6u8 lit Natl Bank Rldg.
IONET TO LOAN rayns Investment Co.
. . ' 22)-6J7
, REAL ESTATE WANTED
I Want to Buy
s 9 to 12-room houw, well located. Will
pay 36.000- to $lft,(0 cash. . Address D. 8u3,
. - s . .
, ; Omaha Bee.
WANTED TO BUY
t HIGHEST prices fof M-han1 furniture, c.ir-p-ila.
clothes' and shoes. Tel. Douglas ITL
a9EST pric paid for 2-hand furniture, car
pota, aiovso. clothing, shoes. TaL Bed MuL
WANTED TO RENT,
flrei to .seven-room modern furnished
house. Must, be In rood neighborhood;
will take lease. References furnished
(no children). . Address, stating terms,
' 1' 48, Bee. ' M)-M331 18x
EXPERIENCED stenographer; excellent
references. Address li," Omaha Bee.
Council Bluffs. U7 MIWL
ELDERLY single irfsn" would like to work
for private famlry; can take care of
horse, cow or lawn and make himself
generally useful; reference. Address A 686,
care Bee, - (27) MfiOg ltix
David B. Pi Imlth Md wife to Marie
K. Carlberg, ot r, Hhelan a add f 2
!W. E. Tllton to Lola R. TUton, half
Interest In lot 8, block O, Prospect
Place, a i 2
Crelgh, Cone - as Co. to George Roslc, t
eH lot S, block' I. Exahange I'lace.... SOU
Ida JU Planck and husband to Mnrlus
Horensen. eat . replat of block 1. -Bemla
park. ....... ....... 1
psmuel li. Furnsworth and wife to
Roaetta etaoghrln, wH lot 6, block
37. Omaha., .jr. 4. i 1
!Leona P. An. and huetandet al to
Barah J. llopnoek, lots 8 and 9, block
1. Halcyon -Hetuhts. ........ 1
Charles A.; Unas nd Wife to Emma I
Solomon, lot-. block 1. West Knd.. l',2
Harry Chrlstoptierwcn and wife to
Hans Andrennen, 'half tnterret In "
lots 4 and a, block 6. Bedford Place.. 710
Ole Olaerv and wife to William K.-.
Wall, lota 1 and Z, block 43. Florence 723
County treasurer to W, It, Wall, part
block 272. Florence
Dtto A. Roehme to Louis Boehme,
undivided half of lot 7, block 11. and
other lat KounlM at Ruth's add.... 1
Deora V. SmHti to Rogers Real
Estate company, lot , block 1.
Dertruda Fkdaer- to T. C Rich and
Edward Marnell. hotr, Hi- block 17,
Bedford Place i.... l.KO
Charlea H. laard and wife to William
K. laard, toi W, block 1 Bewera' add, 1.050
United Real, .Estate and Trust .com-j,
pany to Ethel E. and A. H. Lawrle-, v
lot 4, block 82. Kountse Place 700
B. A. Hun toon to Roae E. Malone,
lot 18. block t, Hajiacom PUcu 8,500
Gertrude Kountse Stewart and hus
band to - .Flora Bergmann, lot 13,
Kountse aubdlv 4,00o
Charles E. Wilson to Fred H. Deppe,
lot 12, block 8, Monmouth park 6H0
Heed Bros, to John H. Christiansen,
lot , block t, , replat of Durant
Nebraska National bank et al to Reed
Bros., part section 18-18-13 and lota
V snd 2. block 1, Sunset add I
Royce Sawyer and wife to Elisabeth
M. Bhahan, lots 17, 20 and 24, block 7,
Crelghton Heights 300
Caroline O. Bennewlis and husband to
Alexander Oreenburg. part lot 8,
block , Horbach's 2nd add 1
Total amount, of transfers.
-v. LEGAL NOTICES
FOB) 'BIDS SEALED PROPOS
als wJU be received at the office of the
county auditor of Mlnr.ehaha county, In the
city of Bloux Falls. South Dakota, until 2
o'clock, p. Tn., July 8 18U8, for the con
struction of drainage ditch number one and
appurtenances, or items thereof, aa con
tained in tha specifications, Involving about
Io0,uu0 cubic" yards of excavation and CD
cubla yards tf concrete masonry. The work
is located about two and one-hHlf miles
northeasterly from Sioux Falls, South Da
kota. Bpeoiflcallona and forma of proposal
may be obtained from and plans be In
spected at the office of the county auditor,
Ktoux Fella. Sowlhi Dakota; the office of
flamuei H. Liea, state engineer, Pierre,
South Dakota; the office of J. H. Gates,
attorney lor said board, Hloux Falls, South
Dakota: or aU the office of the newxpancr
In whiuh this police la published. Each bid
must be accompanied by a certified check
for 830,. payable to the order of the chair
man Of fheu Board of County Commission
ers 4)f allnnehaJi county. South Dakota,
aa a guaranty that the bidder will, If suc
cessful, promptly execute a satisfactory
contract and furnish a bond In the sum of
So per cent of the estimated contract price
for tb faithful performance of the work.
Tha right Is reserved to rrlecf any or all
bids. All proposals must be made upon
the blank forms of proposal prescribed by
said board. -Dated, Sioux Falls. South Da
kota. Jun U. 1H0K. THOMAS McKlNNON.
Chairman Board of County Commissioners.
Attest. C, E. HILL. County Auditor.
J3II8r'--WILTj BE -RECEIVED BY THE
city eouncll ef Rk-ketts, lows, for the
eonetrXrctloh of a Water works system. Bids
closed at 7:30 p. m, July 8, 1XU8. Plans and
apeolfloatlons on file with the city clerk.
J. C. JACOBSEN, Mayor.
JROPOBAL8 FOA DRAFT HOR8E8 AND
Draft; Pack snd Saddle Mules Chief
Quartermaster' Otfice, Omaha, Nebraska.
Xlay 80. .ivui. . 8alod propoaala, in triplicate,
will -be . received at this office until 1
o'olocjk m.reentral standard time, June 18,
and then opened. In the prennce of at
tending bidders, for 84 light draft horse.
7 medium drait horses. 18 draft mutes,
wheel: draft mules, lead; St park mulea
and 80 saddle mules, for delivery at Omaha,
Nebraska, or other prominent railroad
points. That animals to conform to specifi
cations for draft horaes anO mulea. Cnlted
Bialea raaarvea right to accept or rJect
any or all propcaals or any part thereof,
'fartkrulare and blanks for proposala will
be furjilahed on application. Envelopes
containing, proposala to be enJoreed "Pro
posals for Horses or Mules' and addrosaed
to aiajor D. E. McCarthy, Chief Wuarier
HELP: 'ADVERTISE OMAHA
, f8 He Be t Tear Friends.
- Kapreaa xaae of the AUanUa
w X-Btj slA a-guat Salt AT SUA
Tbv -Eaipreeeea sail from gueb te
Livarpooi-lu s4X daya; two days ea tke
maj utile lit. Lawrence. Speed, comfort.
elanoe and safety are eoui blued ta tUeae
spUndld eapreas steatnera.
Ask say 'ticket aenl for particulars.
Cair nr. write for Illustrated booklet
describing pvreoaally couducled a-uro-beaay
. tt, XL. BKaTJAarrJI. em. Agt. ..
ieba4ae atarrlssa lTli.
33 Inu Ouu Swl. Oaiaafo, XU.
Rain Stops Western League Games; White Sox Win
CRAM IS OUT OF THE CAME
Injury to Omaha! Crack Second
Sacker Proves Serious.
BENEFIT CAME IS NOW PROPOSED
Open Data with Lincoln Jaly IS
to Be Devoted to liaising av
Fond to Aid the Saf.
It Is now almost abeolutily certain that
the services of George Graham are lost to
base ball. He will not be able to p ay
again this season. If ever, and the proba
bilities are strong that he mill never be
able to play again. The Injury to his knee
sustained d'iring a practice game before
the season opened has developed much
more seriously than was thought and has
been AKftrsvated by the second Injury
when he went -in to play 'last -week. 11
was against the better judgment, of bjth
President Rourke and Manager Franck
that Graham, was allowed to play, but h?
was so eager and seemed to be feeling
so well that they let him go In. He en
tered on the work with the snap1 and real
that had always characterised his woik.
with the result that he overall ained the
injured leg and It went back on him.
Graham was one of the most promising
of young players. It has been a long time
since Omaha saw any such work around
aecnnd base aa he did. He is naturally
bright and alert, and was as quick and
eager as is possible for a man ta- be. His
wonderful playing attracted attention all
over the country, and It Is certain he would
have been advanced to one of the big league
teams at the close of the season. On a
team that Is remarkable for the cheerful
good nnture and willingness to work of Its
members, he was remarkable as being a
leader in the team spirit, and no one feels
his loss more keenly than do' his fellow
players. Graham Is a steady young man,
the support of a widowed mother and her
In addition to paying him his salary In
full for the season. President Rourke 'pro
pnsis that a benefit game be played on
July 15. On that date Lincoln and Omaha
have an open day, and if the Lincoln play
ers will donate their services for the occa
sion, the full gate receipts will be turned
over to Graham. This will be fine oppor
tunity for the Omaha fans to show how
much they appreciate the splendid work
of this young athlete, and how deeply they
sympathise with him fn the misfortune
that has not only prevented him from
working, but. has .taken from the Omaha
team one of Its brightest members. The
Vlntonjstreet park should be packed on the
day of' the Graham benefit. ..
Darky and Hla Sioux.
Come now Ducky Holmes and triba of
Ploux Indiana to make merry with the
Champions, for . four games. Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Friday
will be ladles' day as usual "when all
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNIOM aTATION-19TU AND BIAROT
i Leave. Arrive,
The Overland Limited.. 8:50 am a 8:40 pm
The Colorado Express.. a 8:60 pm a 8:00 pm
Atlantic Express v.. al0:16 am
The Oregon Express.,.. a 4:10 pm' a 8:00 pm
The I -os Angeles Lm..al2:S6 pm a 8:16 pm
The Fast Mall .a : am a 8)46 pm
The China aV Japan
Mall .a 4:00 pm a 8:80 pm
North Platte Local a 7:42 am a 4:48 pm
Colo.-Chicago Special. ..al2:10 am a 7:06 am
Beatrice & Stroma- . t
burg Local bl2:30 pm b 1:40 pm
thiuMKO, Heck lalos4l At 1'aelaV
, ' BAST.
Chicago Limited a 8:00 am
Iowa Local a 7:00 am
Dea Moines Passenger.. a 4:00 pm
Iowa Local bll:4w am
Chicago (iiaatern Ex.).. a 4:40 pm
a 4:00 pm
b 8:U pm
. i:i6 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8:M pm a 8:85 am
Rocky Mountain Lta...all:16 pm
Cclo. & Cal. Express. ...a 1:10 pm
Okl. 4k Texas Expras...a 4:40 put
Cutengo A KertknMlera
Chicago Daylight a 7:36 Bin
St. Paul-Minn. Exp a 7:46 am
Chicago Local all:3U am
a 1.16 pm
all :48 pm
a 8:28 pin
a 3.28 pm
Bloux City Passenger.. 7:46 am
. 4:& pin
i 8:00 pm
a :46 am
fit. Paul-Minn. Llm
Los Angeles Limited
Bloux City Ixical....
Twin City Limited..
Norfolk-Honest eel ..
Dead wood-Lincoln ..
K. C. & St. L. Exp..
K. C. A St. U Exp..
m m.fj in a :w am
a :) pm aiZ:3t pm
.a 8:6v pm
. t 20 pm
-a 7:40 am
.a 7:40 am
.a l.no pm
.a 3:00 pm
.b 8:00 pm
. b 8 30 pot
.a 9:00 am
a A:im am
a 6:20 pm
a 6:20 pin
a 6.20 pm
b 6:2o pm
b 1.-86 pm
a 8:45 am
a 6:60 Pm
Chicago, Milwaukee m. si. Pat
Chic, 4k Colo. Special... a 7:2S am all:S0 pm
v-at. SB uri. k.kiibm m v.w V II.
Overland Limited ... 8:68 pm
perry Local a 8:16 pm
Illinois Cosstro .
a 8:28 pm
a 8:80 am
all: (a) am
Chicago Express .....
Idlnn.-SL Paul Exp
Mtnn.-St. Paul Lltn
Et. Louis Express...,
..a 7:18 am
3 48 pm
...a 1:00 pm
...b 716 am
. 3:00 pm 8:30 am
...a 3:30 pm
a 3:25 am
blO 15 am
t JO am
11 :3S pm
bt. Louis Local tlrom
Council Uluftfi a s:w am
Btandberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 8:00 pm
lb Ira go !rvat VI eatsrn
Chicago tx proas
T Jv am
8 .JO pm
Bl'HLINGTON . iOlnt MAIO.t,
B art Ins too.
Der.ver a California... a 4 10 pm
Noitbwebt Bpucuu a 4:10 pin
black Hills a 4:10 pm
Northwest Express ....all oa p,a
Nebraska points a I Ah am
Nebraska Express a 3:16 am
Lincoln Fast Mall b l:t6 pm
Lincoln Local r
ochuyler Piattsmouth.b 8.10 pm
Uellevua - Plallamoiath.a pin
Plattamouth - Iowa b 8:18 am
Pelievue - Plattamouth
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm
Chicago bpeciai i.a ka
Chicago Kxpreaa a i.M pm
Chicago Flyer a 3:0 pm
Iowa Local a 6:13 am
St. Louis Expresa a 4:4s pm
Kanaaa City A St. Joa..aJ0:4s pm
Kansas City at St, Joe.. a 8:16 am
Kansas City ae St. Joe.. a 4:45 pm
a 8 .46 pm
a 3:46 pm
a 3:15 pin
a 6 lu pm
a 6:10 pm
al3 11 pni
b 3:i am
a 7.6o pm
a 8:60 am
a 7:o6 am
a 3:66 pm
a 8:30 am
a 8.30 am
a taw pm
Cklcaao, St. Pool, Mlaoeapolu a
W n an
TwIn 'Clty paasnger...h 6:3u am b 8:10 pm
Sioux; City Passenger. -a 3:06 pm alO.U am
Emerson Local 8:46 m c 6:66 pro
Auburn Local ...k 3:60 pm nil: am
Dally, b Dally except Sunday, e Bun
day only, d Dally except Saturday, a Dall
axcepl Honda. '
SCAIVDINAVUN AMERICAS UM
18.808 Tea Twin Screw Passenger tennere
' Direct te
Ncnvay, Sweden tnd Cecmirk
aulas Iras Me Tark at ma
Hlli( 01t June K I C. r. Tlatgta ....July II
tauxl SuiUe Julr 6 I 0cr U, July 81
fctlaea 1i aa4 a. i rabta WJ,
A. M. joatBaujr si oo
US JL trinies U Ckieago. 131.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
WEST. LEAGUE. AMER. ASS N.
W. L. Prt. W. L. Pel.
'"msha m .8it Indln lis 37 Tt .!;
Lincoln .'30 23 ,4 Toledo 34 -12 .--i
Sioux City... -J 15 .6:8 Lou svllle ... S-i 2: . I
tvnver is M .618 Columbus .,.&) M',
Iee Moines :':' .12 .', MtnneHHilis .25 i7 .IM
Pueblo 19 Si .3.-S Milwaukee . .Jj 32 .;:
Ksn. City....: 83 .131
St. Paul 1 40 :m
NAT. LEAGUE. AMER. LEAGUE.
W. L. I'ct. W, L. Pet.
Chirsgo 30 17 .m Chicago 31 20 .
Pittsburg ... 2 20 .6M Cleveland ....29:3.6.8
Cincinnati . ..28 20 .W6 St. Louis 29 J4 .64;
New York. ...24 23 .511 Detroit 27 21 .&-
I'hlls 22 .rn phlla 24 27 .471
Hoeton 22 27 .4-19 New York. ..23 27 .4
Ft. Louis 22 31 .415 Boston 2j 30 .455
Brooklyn ....17 21 :iA Washington .19 32 .373
Western League Sioux City at Omaha,
Denver at Ds Moines. Pueblo at Lincoln.
National League Pittsburg at Boston,
Cincinnati at New York. Chicago al Phil
adelphia. St. Louis at Brooklyn.
American league Washington at Cleve
land. Philadelphia at Dotrolt, New York at
American Association Milwaukee at Lou
isville, Kansas Citv at Indianapolis. St.
Paul at Toledo, Minneapolis at Columbus.
ladies are admitted free to
stand" with cushions, too.
are playing ball these days and
some inroads on Pa's crippled
anj also they may rot. Here
Is the way
. . Freeman
tne troops will line up
Householder Left ,
GAMES IX AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Indianapolis sod Hasans City Each
INDIANAPOLIS, June 16. Indianapolis
end Kansna City broke even on today a
games, Indianapolis winning the first, 4 to
0, and Kanras City the second, 2 to 0. In
the first game Kansas City made but one
nit. boo re, iirst game:
INDIANA POL.IS. . KANSAS CITY. v
Buh, ca 4 I 1 OKcrwIn. cf... 4 0 18 0
Cook, ct 3 6 I Otirllile, If... 4 0 I 0
Harden. rf..i 4 I t 0 0 Neighbors, rf. 4 0 I
Crr. lb 4 S II OBranhear. lb. 1 0 t 1
Coulter, It... 4 2 4 4 OBeckler, lb.l 0U 0
Uvlnmon. c. 3 1 I I OCrou, as I 1 7
Wllllami, 2b. 4 1 1 4 0 Dowiuj, lb.. I 0 0 10
Mnpn, lb.... 4101 SCrlno, c I 0 S 1 I
Mtrqusrd, p.. t 0 0 4 0 Kmlck, P 8 10 11
Touli 1 8 17 11 0 Totals 27 1 24 II 6
Indianapolis 0 2 0 0 1 '0 1 0 4
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Struok out: By Marquard, 9; by Esslck,
4. Wild pitch: Essick. Bacriflco hits: Cook,
Livingston, Becklcy. Bases on balls: Off
arquard, 4; off Easlck, 2. Stolen bases;
Bush, Cook, Williams (3), Hopke, Braanear.
Passed ball: Crisp. Umpire; Owens. Time:
Score, second game:
KANSAS CITT. INDIANA POLt8.
B.H.O.A E. B.H.O.A.B.
Kerwln. ef....f 1 t 0 OBuih. 4 0 8 0
Carllil. It... 6 0 10 OConk, ct 4 0 8 0 0
Neighbors, rf 8 1 3 0 0 H.ydn. rt... 4 0 10 0
BrhMr, lb. 4 1 8 4 OCarr, lb 4 111 1 0
Berkley, lb.. 4 1 11 1 OCoulter, li.... I 18 0
Crou. as I 1 6 4 Hawley, C....I 14 0 4
Downey, lb... 4 0 0 1 OWIIIIama. b. I 0 I 0
SulllTan. e..-. I 8 3 0 OHopke, b.... I 10 10
Brandon, p... 1 0 18 0 Druhot, p..., 3 1110
Totals 31 3 27 11 0 Totalii.....Vo"8 2T 13 "3
Indianapolis ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Kansaa city ......o 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 03
' Struck out: By Druhot. 3; by Brandon,
4. Sacrifice hit: Brandon. Base on balls:
Off Druhot. 6: off Brandon. 1. Three-bane
hit: Brashear. Double pleye: Cross to Bra-
snear 10 BecKley, cross to BecKley. Htolen
bases:., Neighbors, Carlisle, Cross 12)., Um
pire: Owens. Time: 1:45.
Brewer Break Losing; Streak. .
LOUISVILLE. June 16. Milwaukee broke
its losing streak today and gave Louisville-
a drubbing. The visitors' hitting,
combined with the locals' miserable field
ing, waa responsible. Pitcher Dougherty
sprained his ankle sliding into second base
In the third Inning and had to retire from
the game. Manske took his place and
pitched clever ball. Poole waa relieved by
Halla during the fourth Inning. Clark's
fielding waa again' the feature. Score:
Robinson, si. 3 1 0 4 OStanle. cf... 4 i 3 1
McOllvray, rli I 1 0 OWoodruV. If.. 1 0 1 0 0
Kutlns, cf.... 5 110 ePsrrln. tb .43111
Randall, If... J 3 10 OUtorall, rt.... 4 0(03
Run, c f 1 t 0 e Harley, lb... 1 0 8 0 0
MuCorm'k, lb t 1 8 i 1 Burke, lb.... 4 3 0 1 0
Clark, lb..... 114 OQulnlan, as... I 18 3 8
Brown, lb.... 1 11 0 0 Hushes, C....I 0 4 11
Dougherty, p. I 1 1 0 Poole, p I 0 0 1 0
Msnnke, p.... 3 8-0 1 SHalla, p 1 0 13 0
frees 0 0 0 O'Laughlla ...0 0 0 0 0
Totals 19 11 17 M 1 Totala .30 6 27 11 T
Batted for Halla In ninth.
Ran for Daugherty In third.
Louisville 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 04
Milwaukee 0 0 8 6 0 0 0 019
Sacrifice hits: Woodruff, Roblnaon (2).
Two-base hit: McCormlck. Three-base hitr
Roth. Home run: Burke. Double plays:
Stanley to Qulnlan; Robinson to Mccor
mick to Brown. Struck out: By Halla 2
by Manske, 5. Bases on balls: Off Poole,
2; off Daugherty, 1: off Manske, 6. Hit
by pitcher: By Harley, Manske. Qulnlan.
Hits: Off Dougherty, 1 In two innings; off
Poole 7 In. three and a third- innings. Left
on bases: I-ouisvllle, 8; Milwaukee, 8. Time:
1:&6. Umpires: Blerhalter and Kerln.
Toledo Wins from St. Paal.
TOLEDO, June 18,-Toledo won from St.
Paul today by hitting Earns hard in the
fifth and seventh Innings. In the ninth
Teal only pitched one ball after Farrts
waa removed, McCarthy singling and scop
ing the winning run. Score:
TOl.BDO. ST. PAl'L.
Wlllisms. ss. 1113 lOeler. If 4 (10 0
Hlnchmaa, 2b I I 8 4 0 flood, lb t 13 4 0
Armb'atar, rf 6 1 1 I 0B. Meyars. rf I 0 0 I
8 moot, of 4 1 A 0 ODavla. cf t 4 0 1
Abbott, lb.... II MJ MTrs. .. 4 I 4 3 1
Ind, If 2 10 ONoonan. lb... I I 11 0 0
M. l arthy. lb. 4 1 1 1 1 Nee. aa I 0 I 1 0
Wakefield, c 4 4 OTIomyer. Ik.. 4 10 8 0
ntllen. p 4 I 0 I OFsrrls. p 4 0 0 I 0
Staen, p 0 0 0 0 OTasI, p 1000
"rstsla 37 11 IT 8 Totala M 1225 11 4
One out when winning run scored.
Toledo V 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 19
8- Paul 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0-8
Two-base hits: allien (3). Williams. Land,
Davis. Flood. Double play: Smoot to Wil
liams. Hit by pitcher: Arbe.j-ter. Base on
balla: Off Olllen. 2; off Farrls. 3. Sacrifice
hits: Abbott, J. Meyers. Stolen bases
Smoot. Land. Struck out: By allien. 8: by
Farrls, 4. Time: 2:10. Umpire: Hayes.
Millers Defeat Champions.
COLUMBUS, June 16.-Freeman's three
hits, two of them doubles, had much to
do with the scoring of a 7 to 1 victory by
Minneapolis this afternoon. Only one' Co
lumbus runner. Congalton, reached second
on Oberlln sfter the first Inning. Fast
fielding by Frlel was a feature. Score:
B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A E
Ovler. si..... 14 1 tKrugor. If.... 4 0 4 0
Wslday, If ... I 118 10dw.ll. !.... 4 110
O'Neill. f... 4 14 OCoiigalton, rf. 4 8 1 0
Freemaa, rt.. 13 tKlhn, lb 4 II t
ralth. Ib .. I I 1 KrM. lb 4 Oil
O'Brien, lb.. 44 Raid, aa I 10
Clark lb ... 4 1 1 1 Jao,a. e. I 1
Block, a 3 0 4 3 0riil.j, tb.. 0 I t
Oberlla. p.... I 3 11 OTsylor, p 0
Totals...., .14 II 27 10 I Touia t il 1 "
Columbus 100000000 1
Minneapolis 2 0 t 1 0 C 2 1 07
Stolen base: Welday. Sacrifice tilts:
O'Neal, Clarke, Block. Oberlln.- Har-rlflce
fly hit: O'Brien. First base on balls: Off
Taylor, 4; off Oberlln. 2. Two-base kits:
Congalton. Oberlln, Freeman t2. Double
Playa: Odwell to Wrlgley to Reldv to
Frlel. Oyler to Clarke, Block to O'Brien
Hit with pitched ball: Smith. Struck out'
By Taylor. 1: by Oberlin. 4. Time: 1.45.
Raeo la the Air A r rouged.
NEW YORK, June 18. A race between
balloons and aeroplanes, it is finally an
nounced, will be one of the features of the
Hudson celebration In New York next year.
The race will probably be conducted under
I nlted Statea government ausplcea. The
chief algnal officer of the army la co
operating with the aeronautic committee
of the celebration committee.
Ho (soaaea la Wester.
Rain Tuesdav caused a postponement of
all gaoiee In the Western league.
DAII.V T.T.K: WKDNKSIXW,
SCOUT HUFF IS ON THE JOB
Western League Tetmi Now Under
His Clot Scrutiny.
AUTKEY, WELCH, RAGAN FANCIED
Three Mem Hers of the.ftnurke Family
Who Are Probably "pending
Their Last Bummer la
- Omehn I nlforma.
George Huff, former athletic director
of the University of Illinois, who spends
his summer months looking up base ball
material fot some of Cie big league man
agers and especially for the Boston Amer
icana, was In the grandstand at Vinton
street park Monday afternoon and watched
Omaha and Pueblo play1 ball.
" It wasn't as good as sons games I
have seen In the Western league," was the
only comment Mr.- Huff would make on
the game. '""The Western league Is noted
all over the country for some of the Al
players It has si nt up to the big league,
for some of the leading stars of the game
at the present time have come from the
The visit of Huff was quite unexpected,
aa It" Is much earlier than the scouts
generally get Into the "brush." He camo
tifrannounced and sat quietly In the grand
stand taking tn all the movements of the
players. His visit has made the fans won
der which of the Omaha players will go
to the older and higher class league at
the close of the season.
Ragan will go back to Cincinnati, as he
belongs to that team, but Autrey belongs
to Pa, as he bought his release outright
from the Reds. It now seems almost cer
tain that Pa will lose these two and the
third, who la almost sure to go la Dr.
Welch. The doctor haa been hitting at
such a consistent clip all spring that the
eyes of the base ball world are centered
upon him. A hitter is what the big teams
all want and when that quality is com
bined with the fielding ability which the
doctor possesses he Is pretty sure to go.
Welch has been improving from year to
year until now he is practically a finished
Autrey Is the hit of the league at first
base. Last summer chance put him on
first on a trip to the mountains when
Dolan was Injured. Pa returned full of
praise for Ms new find at first. He waa
put In to play first in Omaha, but nervous
neas or some other cause sent him up In
the air and he muffed everything which
came his way. This year It is different.
He captures everything" which comes within
"When a player hits them out like that
he will soondellver tho gocds." That was
tne remark made by George Huff when
he saw Austin bat left handed and drive
the ball on a hard- line. It was not a
safe hit, but the experienced eye of Huff
told him that Austlrr'had done the wise
thing when he changed from batting right
handed to the other way. It appears he
can see the ball better when he bats
left-handed. If Austin should get to hit'
ting the ball as a regular thing nothing
could keep him In this league because his
fielding . ability Is already recognized by
all tne manager.
TIGERS BAT OCT A VICTORY
Plank snd Schlltscr Are Disposed of
tn Threa 'Innings
DETROIT, June 16. Detroit disposed of
nans: ana Bcnutser in three innings, tan
Ing a lead on clean hit tins- that the Ath
letlcs could not overcome. Wlllet and
Coombs both pitched One "ball. ."Scores - -.
. b.h.o.a.bv' ' b h o a.f
Mrlntyrs, If.. 0 3 0 OHartsoll, If... 0 0 0
Bcnacrrr, lb.. l l i 1 Nv hols, as.v4 1110
Crawford, lb, ( 18 0 OSmlth. i 0 10 0
Cobb, rt.....s 110 tBohrerk, c... 1 13 10
Jones, CI .... . m 1 Z V ODayls, lb S 1 10 I
Kllllfer, 2b.. 4 11 0 Murphr. !b...4 0 11
Thomas, c 4 3 0 0J. Collins, lb 1 t 0 0
O'Lesry. ss .4 1 0 1 1 B. Collins, cf. 1 0 0 10
Wlllet, p 4 II 1 4 Kos. rf 4 0 1 0 0
Plank, p 1.0 1 1 0
Totals 14 1127 10 tSihlltaer. p..O 0 0 0 0
Coombs, p.... 10 0(0
- - Totals Hi.4 24 15 1
Detroit ' 1 0 4 1 0 0 fl 1 7
1'hlladelphla 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 03
Two-base hits: Cobb, Schreck. Hits: Off
Plank, 7 In two and one-thirds innings,
off Schlltzcr. 3 In two and one-third in
nings; off Coombs, 1 in four innings. Sac
rifice hits: Schaefer. E. Collins. Stolen
bases: Jones (2), Nichols, Davis (2).
Double rlay: Wlllet. to Crawford. Left on
basea: Detroit, 9; Philadelphia, 6. First
base on balls: Off Wlllet, 3; off Plank, 2;
off Soh 11 tier, 1; off Coombs, 2. First base
on errors: Detroit, 1; Philadelphia, 2.
Struck out: fly Wlllet, 6; by Plank, 2; by
Coombs, 2. Wild pitch: Wlllet. Time:
2:00. Umpire: O'Loughlin.
Thirteen Straight for Sox.
CHICAGO, June 16. Glade's wlldness
was the deciding factor In today's game,
Chicago taking Its thirteenth successive
victory by defeating New York, 3 to 2.
Two bases on balls, a double steal, a passed
ball and Stahl's error gave the locals two
runs in the third, and a baae on balls, a
sacrifice and a hit scored the other. New
York scored first on N'lles' triple, and tied
the score in the sixth on a base on balls, a
balk and two outs. Score:
CHICAOO. KBW YORK.
Dougherty, If. 3 1 4 0 ONIIss, !h 4 1 t 0 0
Jonss. of 4 0 0 llamphlii. cf. I 0 1 0 0
Als. lb 4 1 3 6Keelar, rf.... 4 1 0 0 0
Anderson, rf. 4 0 1 0 OChsse, lb 4 0 10 0
Donohue, lb.. 1 13 fiBall, sa I 01 4 0
P.lrtell. 3b... 0 0 3 IStshl. If 0 0 1
Tannehlll, aa. 4 1 3 1 lOonroy, tb....t 0 110
Sullivan, c... 1 0 6 3 OBIalr, e ( 1(10
Walsh, p.... 3 0 3 3 OOlad. p 1 0 13 1
mb 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 17 4 27 12 I Nsw'on, p.... 0 0 0 1 0
Tot la 31 3 14 13 2
Batted for Glade In eighth.
Chicago 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3
New York 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 02
Three-base hit: Nlles. Hits: Off Glade,
3 tn seven innings; off Newton, 1 In one
inning. Sacrifice hlta: Purtcll, Walsh.
Hemphill, Ball. Stolen bases: Dougherty
(2), Jones. Donohue, Sullivan. Double play:
Sullivan to Atz. Ift on bases: Chicago,
11; New York. 2. First base on balls: Off
Glade, ; off Newton, 2: oft Walsh, 1. Hit
by pitched ball: By Glade, 1. Struck out:
By Walsh, 8: by Glade, 6; bv Newton, 1.
Wild pitch: Newton. Balk: Walsh. Time:
2:06. Umpires: Evans and Hurst.
Boston Hoodoo mt Work.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Juno 16. The Boston
"hoodoo" waa on the job again today and
the visitors had little trouble In taking
the fourth game of the aeries from St.
Louis, 9 to 1. - Ludicrous fielding In the
third Inning gave Boston three runs on
two hits and errors by Waddell and T.
Jonea. Clcotte pitched excellent ball for
BOSTON. " i ST. UVIS
B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A B.
Thonsy, If.... 4 10 OStone. If 4 0 0 0 0
Lord. Ib 4 2 I 1 Hartssll, rt... 4 3 1 0 0
Mcl'onnsll. S-b 8 ( 0 Williams, 2b. 3 0 1 1 3
Cesalsr, rf ... 4 0(8 SWallana, as... 4 0 0 4 1
Sullivan, rf..4 0 10 . Jon, cf.. 4 011
Inglaub,- lb.. 4 111 1 0 T. Jonea. lb. 4 0 11 1 1
Wagae. as... 4 1 5 I v rerrla. lb ... 4 ( 3 (
nr, c 4 I 4 v Blue, t 3 8 1 1
Clcotl. p.... 4 1 1 4 SVY.dJ.ll, p .. I 03
Crlss, p 1 1 1 0 1
Total to t IT li I
Totala 11 37 II
Boston 0-0 8 0 0 1 6 0 09
Bt. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Two-base hits: Unglaub. Blue. Three
base hits: Blue. Thoney. Hits: Off Wad
dell, 6 In seven innings; off Crlss, none
in two Innlnga. Double plays: T. Jones
to Crlas; VVaguer to McConnell to Unglfrub.
I.eft on bases: St Louis, 6; Boaton, 1.
First base on balls: Off Waddell. 1; off
Clcotte, 3. Struck out: By Waddell, ; by
Crlss. 1; by Clcotte, 4. Passed ball:
Crlger. Time: 1:41. Umpires: Sheridan
Issatora Beat Kspa.
CLEVELAND. June lfi. Cleveland lost to
Washington today. 9 to 1 Chech was ef
fective until his support went to pieces and
an error by Bradley causing two runs, and
Hinchman's rolsplay coating four more. A
change of pitchers savod Washington.
B H.O A E B.H.O.A.B.
Milan, cf 4 4 J. Clarke, if. 4 1 10
Usalsy. If.... II OBradlsy. lb.. SIX.
twlt-hanty, tb t 1 8 4 tSlovall. lb.... t i 11 1 0
rik.riu. rf. 1 I Lajois, tb.....l i I
AlllsM, lb... 6 1 1 IK. Clsrke. t I I I I
Warass, ... 4 111 1 Hlncbnus. ss 3 1 3 4 I
rrsssiia. Ik. 4 3 6 4 Hiituoaa, rf.. 8 1 t
Sf.-Brtda, aa., I t 3 t Blrm'bam, rf. 4 t 1
Keli', p 10 H hrrh. p 1 3 0
Falkenherg, p 0 S Heaa, p I S
Hiighea. p.... a I A
'Irnw 1 I 0 Totala ft 10 J7 1 3
Totals 3 14 37 1 t
Hatted for Fi I ken berg In seventh.
Ran for Clymrr In seventh.
Cleveland A 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 03
Wsshlngton 0 0 0' 0 0 3 1 0-8
Hits: Off Keeley In seven Innings. 6; bff
Falkenberg In one Inning. 1; off Hughes
in three Innings. 2; off Chech In seven In
nings. 2. First base on errors: Washing
ton. 2. Two-base hits: Hlnchmnn. Chech,
Birmingham. Ganley, Clymer. Sacrifice lilts:
Osnley (2. McBrlde, Hughes. Imuble plays:
Hlnchman to Lejole to Stovall. N. Clarke
to Hlnchman. First base on balls: Off
Kreley, 2; off Falkenberg, 1. Hit by
pitched ball: By Chech. 1; bv Keeley, 1.
Struck out: Bv Hess, 1; bv Chech, 2; by
Keeley, 2; by Hughes. 2. Time: 1:4. Um
phiscetos wis cm iMrioxsHir
Vale Is Defeated In Sharply Contested
NEW YORK. June 16. Princeton won the
intercollegiate base ball championship this
rifternoon at the lolo grounds by defeating
Yale In a rharply contested elevcn-lnnlng
Knie, 4 to 2. 8.ore: RU E.
Princeton. 0610100000 24 6 7
Yale 0000010100 02 3
t Oxford t hnllengea Hebron.
OfXFORD, Nob., June 18. To the Editor
of The Bee: In Sunday's Issue of Tha
Bee snpears a renort from Hebron. Neh..
stating that the manager of the Oxford
Indian ball team was arrested at the con
clusion of the game on Friday, charged
with trying to set awav with tha aratA re
ceipts.' The report is Incorrect In one par
ticular. Inasmuch as Mr. Beltser, the msn
ager. had nothing to do with the gate
receipts until he divided them uptown with
the Hebron management. The treatment
received by the Indiana at Hebron was un
fair, they clslm. all the way through, and
to support their claim that they are the
better team, they will agree to play the
same team on neutral grounds and with
rair umpire, ror a purse of 3w0 or more.
jo runner bear these farts out, the man
ager of the ChesteT team and other man
aaers near there have told the -Oxford
manager that they will play no more
games on the Hebron grounds on account
of the treatment they have received there
in ine past. J. E. tlh-Ly 1 Z.fc.14.
Shenandoah Has Easy Tsak.
SHENANDOAH", la.. June lS.-(Speclal.
Shenandoah defeated Burlington Junction
In a one-sided game of ball by the score
or s to i. crown, the Shenandoah pitcher,
had the Burlington Junction batsmen at
his mercy, striking out twelve men and
allowing only two hlta. Castle of Shen
andoah was there behind th hat and
his throwing to base waa the feature of
the gam. The ground was wet snd muddy.
Burlington Junction used two pitchers, but
ootn looKea alike to the Shemtndnahs,
neavy natters getting eighteen hits. Score
Shenandoah 30110021 18
Burlington Junction 0001000 0 01
Hits: Shenandoah. Id: Rurllns-tnn .Tnnn
Hon, 2. Batteries: Shenandoah, Crown and
Castle; Burlington Junction, Blakley and
oiiea, lime: i:.v. Attendance, 600.
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
R acinar Season Opens at Overland,
Park, Denver Bookmakers
DENVER, June 18. On the opening day
warrants were served on all the bookmak
ers at Overland park today charging them
wiin violation ot the gambling law. in
most tunes bonus were furnished at Ute
parg by a surety company and tne dook
maaers continued to uo business. Upon
application of the Overland park associa
tion District Judge Carlton M. Bliss today
issued a writ ot ptoKibition directed to Jus
tice of the Peace De Lappe forbidding iilni
to issue further writs or try the booKmak
ers already arrested until a hearing can be
held to determine whether betting .on a
horse race is prohibited by. the law. ttumr
First race, four furlongs:- Zla won,,LoU
Isa aecond. Pert third. Time: 0:68.
Second race, five tnrlnnffH!
won. - Laura '. M. second, Smithy -Kane
.....u. a line. i :us.
Third race,' five and one-halt furlongs:
Balshot won, Valoski second. Various
third. Time: 1:10. - - - :
Fourth race, five and one-half furlongs:
f udora won. Sister Julia second, Unmasked
third. Time: 1:10H. .
Fifth race, six and one-half furlongs:
May Roe won. Annette second, Special
Delivery third. Time: 1:2.
.lxth,,race mlle an1 one-eighth, selling:
Wise Hand won. Foncasta second, Docile
third. Time: 2:02.
Seventh race one mile: Remember won,
Orphan Lad second. Jack Witt third. Tlrne:
GRAVESEND, June 18.-Summary:
First race, alleges, handicap, about six
rurlongs: Peter Quince tins, Notter, 6 to 2)
won. Dreamer (116, McCarthy, 8 to 2) sec-
?.M,d'J Ki!ld Coha" U19. McDanlel, 7 to 6)
third Tim.- 1-.iT.ix rj.. .
-... .v..t. wriiv iviaiu. t-iemunu,
Red Diver, Grlmaldl and Kllraln alao ran.
"""u i nee, o-year-oias ana up, selling.
mile and rmp.nnnr(i.p- T. .t..o'
I - wuBHit-i i miner,
to 6) won, Missouri Lad (107, Notter, 2 to
1) second, Troublesome (96, Lang, 8 to 1)
thlI ... A lme: 2:06. Beauclalre. Flavlgny
and King of Bashan also ran.
Third race hnnHlr.in All n. -
one-sixteenth: Berkeley (115. Gilbert
1) won Jubilee (119. Notter. I to 1) second,
Far West ill's Miiio.- a i .1.1. i
1 : 4 !J '.V Hfdiufn k in, nl 1. 1.. 01... t . . .
and Umbrella also ran.
rourtn race, the Astoria, fillies, 2-yesr-
OldS. flvA fur nno. f ..1 1 nu . . .
. , ' , . ' .. 9 " ' ... i inou VIA, Ul u'r,
4 to 1) won. The Pippin (104. Garner 7 to I)
second. WaM Flower (114, Musgrave. 15 to
vii ih.'r1t, .Tlm5,: 1:02' Cle?- Garland,
Flighty, Rubla. Oranda, Hanafla and Merry
Fifth racm mil. tA i.
year-olds. Celling: Black Shpep (06, Lanff
S to 1 won, Antaeus (104. E. Dujran, 4 to I)
second. VriMt Mitt n
T1m: l:E0. 1nacy by CuuHeiy, Cym-
nn 11 Tnnrana T so,.!,! Yy
Oracagna. Winning Star and Coincident also
;r s , r - - omitn, 16 to
1) won, Madman (112, McDanlel, 7 to 10)
second, Waponoc (112, J. Lee. 8 to 1) third
Time: 1:13 Banbury, The Robin, Summit'
Nastur. D'Or. Sir John irt.j ' wii.i'j'
W.mboro and Nigger Baby a'l. T'ran.
INCINNTA, June 1.-Summary at La-
n,?ir"t IoT; 'url"R: Aspirin (iio.
Kill Isr I"9 in htfo trkrt a.T 1 . '
2" rZylor,- 119 25 IUcB aeeond. Rob" Grey
1:014k. Ramsey Ix)mond. John Mon'tgonierv'
Automatlr. Landlord, Mlque O'Brien. Mol
..nnuic, jruuy near ana uia Hickory also
Second race, five furlongs: Fundamental
Oil. Heldel. 828 66 straight) won, Elisabeth
Harwood (10S, Martin, 8W.20 place) second
Deviser 010. Powers. 85.70 showj third'
J . .?'. ""e" nnn rancy, Orml
graph, Light Blue and Emily Almanac also
Third rare, steeplechase, handicap, short
course: Waterway ()B0. MeLaln. r9 40
straight) won, Jason (141, Yourell, S.a
fCr'i15, ,a"" L,aler (152. Wlckllne, 89 10)
third. Time: 2:69. Lavlta. Plllr, Coal
Black Lady, Kind Esta and Guyanese- also
Fourth race, six furlongs: Gold Proof
O10, Powers. 316.W straight) won, Al Muller
(ft. Edmonton, 86.96 place) second R M.
Fry (100. Taylor, 36.60 show) third." Time
1:14. Frontenac, Colonel Brady and Kanka
kee also ran.
Fifth rare, one mile and a sixteenth: TV
Lee Huffman (102. Martin. 329M straight)
won. Charlatan (112, Troxler, 334.86 place)
second. Meada. (104. Butler, 319 20 show)
third. Time: 1:4H.
Sixth rsce, one mile end a sixteenth: Miss
Alert (107. Martin. 314 10 straight) won
Mortlboy G06. Powers. $77 . place) second
Gtlpln fino. Booker. 3i'4.!6 show) th'rd'
Time: 1:4H. Quagga and Monslgner aljo
WITII THE BOWLERS.
In a special five-game match for total
pins at the Association alleys last night
the Stora Bluea beat tho Mtta Bros, by
four pins. Score:
, 8TORZ ELITES.
2. S. 4. 6 ToUL
... Iri3 200 171 208 171
... 221 191 1 131 2?J
... l'o.l 177 171 182
... 170 163 155 191 2u6 .
718 763 6SJ 802 780-4, 750
1 2. t. 4. 6. Total.
298 W 1S6 19rt 1S3
1K3 l.M 210 177 l'.iO
lo4 1N1 H f8 1.S3
... IT ITS 204 167
... 772 710 7 752
830 aults to order, 816; 86 pants for 1
kfacCarthy-Wllsoo, lot South ltn-
Thirteenth Straight Victory
PITTSBURG DEFEATS B0S1ON
Victory tt Pirttei . Due Largely to
Por Fieldinj of Locali.
WILLIS PITCHES FINE GAME
Mraneaters' Have nmher of (kasees,
hat Aro I'nahle to lilt with Men
- ta Bason mother National
J!.'. .'',." Gamea. .' 4
BOSTON. June lt.-Poor fiolding' by tha
local; fnrt- Pittsburg today's, game. to I.
Boston had .many chances for runs, but
Willis was Invincible with men on bases.
Scot;; - ,
iMtTBt'-Rri. ' ' rmsTos
. B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.B.
Tbomss. et ,v4. 1 , I .0 OB.aumoBt. cf. 140
rT.Va'- ""M ?J' ;"". rt... 8 11
lr"'." 4.1 45 OMiOsnn. lb... I 10 1 I
TJ'-fTV; "a- i 0 OBstes. it j o o i 1
AbtlcMo, lb. r O I rahlfn, as ... 4 0 4 1 1
wtlLi. -'' ' i -VI annlfan. Ib. 4 0 t 8 3
nnlEI. . "! ! ! J "'""". lb... 4 1 1 t A
!rm e 4 3 0 lOrsbsm, c... 10 4 2 1
w"". P 4 J ODornsr. p. ..4. 4 10 3 0
Tolsls.'.....Sj 8,K W ' Totals 17. U-Tia"
Pittsburg v...i 0-0 1 1 0 0 4 0
Bot' 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
Two-base Jilt f Leach. Three-base hit
Gibson. SatrlHce , hit: Clarke. Stolen
R,l hey.1 Clarke, Wagner,
BateB, OTliSon. 'Left on bases: HoMton l:t
Pittsburg. 8. Pases oti halls: off WCllls!
8; off Dorner. . j First basw on t-i,rs;
Boston. 2; PKtshu.-e. t. Struck out: By
Domer, 2; by Willis, 4. Time: 1:47. Um
pires: Emslle and Rudderham.
Dndgrrs Peat Cardinals.
ivR2KN' N- T" Jur ' I'ha Brvxik-
VJiny ln LruP'' of weeks. Lush al
lowed seven hits, but Hostetter behind the
the weak spot, and he made two
tU?Jt . 1 h,d two Paed balls in the
.runs! Score1" whelVBrooklyn "cored thrt
BROOKI.VJI st. lo,.,,,
Burrk f.M;O.A.i. . BH.O.A-K.
KlSlV tt'"J I S 2 "Murray, rf . . . J 110 0
mVEIiPmH ! i 'Barry, rt 1 o 1 e o
HumiwiU, H., I 0 0 0 OIlslsbantA If. 0 ,1 0
?orTn''y,hf,J f,J J Knaetehy? lb 4 I 10 1 0
i .k" i1! ! r"e. Ib.... 1 Oils
Bhoehan. b.. 4 4 0 Hosteller. .. 0 3 9
RuSTr' ill? OO'Roorke, ss. I 1 O 8 0
KUcser, ,,,,- ooilbsrt, tb... I 0 110
.. TOUI. .7, "t V T lU"h P J --11
B, - , Totals 17 24 16 1
Brooklyn o 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 -4
nlZt hit: Lewis. Sacrifice hits:
Barry, Byrne. Stolen baae: Pattee. Left
or? hVnl1 rJ;,1."1 3: Bro'yn. Bases
t""1 " rker. 3; ott Lush, 3.
Struck, out: By Rucker, 7; by Lush. 8
S:bHW0,leUt' - T'me: ,1:J"-
noat nnn 0TkNf w Yprk-Cinclnnatl game
Postponed on account of rain.
Harvard's Crew Weakened.
.AMBRIDGB, Mass.. June 16.-The n-
nVf'lh- uBpen"!?n of siAney W. Fish. No.
r MlHariV"rd7ar,,,,y crew- nl t'harlex
crew h' V0' t(l? Harvard four-oared
crew oth of New York, forcing them to
yea?nndr7ning f1.,h8 remainder of the
year and thus making both Ineligible in
compete In the annual race with Yale was
announced by the administrative board rf
last Vn.'1htUnlrhrfltvy, ,0rtav af,r noting'
LJ , .J? BhV ?" nen were suspended for
""'Bed violation of a college rule for
riunrsltT1"" 1Urar,e" -- U
The suspension of Fish, who Is one of
the veteran .oarsmen of the varsity "w
leaving a vacancy hard to fill will weaken
considerably the Harvard eight. weaken
Final Match Today.
toEwmTn.-K,Je J.1-Ta,e P"-1
erH..rii nt .? th "nond at the Polo
grounds this afternoon in a fight for the
WlMl'n'SStt b,asb11' chSmplonahlp
Wh. iiiCrrd,t.of a tory each, the game
win take the coveted trophy.
Proareaa . of' Mn u -
-TlfaR ACrnit8K A,.iaMC RU""'a' W-
The American motor car- In the New
.rrl. automobile rSr T pawed
through here at 9 o'clock this morning
The German car left at 8:30. morning.
AUTO ACCIDENJJN NEW YORK
Machine PlnnRes Into North Itlver
from Open Pier and Four Persona
NEW YORK, June 16,-Four persons were
drowned tonight when an automobile carry
ing a pleasure party of alx became un
manageable, ahot at wild speed down West
Fifty-sixth street and bnnnM ...
open pier Into the North river. The ma-
cnine turned over In Its plunge from the
pier, holding the four victims fast In their
seats. The deed are:
ADELINE BERDOX, aged 19 yeara
MRS. R08B COLEMAN? aged fa years.
JOHN COLEMAN, aged 8 years
VIRGINIA KNIGHT, aged 8 years.
John "Bauer. 'tne chauffeur ,..
-, - - vviiktu
Into the river with the machine, but man
aged to free himself and swim to safety.
John Nolan, una of tha rrti
- . jufitnru
rrom the runaway machine as It neared
the end Of the dock. Bauer was taken into
custody try tha police.
After taking hla emnlnver hnnu .iu.
Bauer Invited his friends for a pleasure
KNOWW A6 THE DEST- THE BEST KNOWN
T .Hl ...
WS Will hlh.
' This Institution haa lonar been
llshed in Omaha for tha beneit of suf
fering men. . i
1 Do not be. satisfied until you have been
examined by the specialists of the State
Medlpal Institute, the best In the country.
Couault us and. be examined free. You
may .be sent away happy, without treat
ment, but with advice that will save you
tuns and money. If you require treat
ment you will be treated honestly and
skillfully and restored to- health within
tha shortest time possible and at tha low
IVf do nQtiuOt inisleadliig price In
our announcements. We make no mis
leading statements, or deceptive, tin
businesslike) propositions. Wo cure men
t the lowest cost for skillful and suo
restful service. ''Ve believe la fair
dealing and honest methods.
X We treat men only, and cure promptly, safely, and thor
oughly and at the lowest cost, BROCHITIS, CATARRH,
NERVOUS . DEBILITY, BLOOD POISON, SKIN DIS
EASES,; KIDNEY and BLADDER DISEASES and ALL
SPECIAL Diseases and their complications.
Free Consultation and Examination. ,
Offlca Hours: 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 to 1 only. If you cannot call, writs
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
P 1 L El S
ride. Wttla the rarty he ran the machine
down Ftfty-Slxth street at fair speed. In
tending to go nut on the dnck In emm.
manner the brake failed to work.nnd the
ma hlns began to skid. Down on the dovk
It flew and Nolan Irais i.i in . i
Th. ,i..i. ltlM. .
: . .. - T.T-IT- i-srorti nown 111 V 1
the water and. though two young men
wno wrr-i standing on the dock at the time,
made repeated efforts to rescue the drown
ing persona by diving for them, they mere
unable to do so. The body of .Mrs. (rlo
man was recovered shortly before midnight
After swimming to the pier Ftauer went
to the .relatives f the four drowned per
sona and notified them of . the accident.
He then surrendered himself to the police.
WOMAN KILLS HhUSBAND
Mrs.. Tharlrs flay of Jasper, Mo.,
Answers Threat with Charge
JASPER. Mo., June !Chartcs r.ay. a
farmer living near Jasper, waa shot and
killed by Ma wife. Fanny Rny. shortly arter
noon today. The fatal shot was fired from
the second-story window of the Riy home,
a shotgun hearily loaded with buckshot
being used. Ray was rallying a shotgun
hlmsetr at the time or the shooting.
Ray had left the field and -was going Into
the house yard, carrying a dnuble-biirrelled
shotgun. Toon -seeing his wife at a down
stairs window Jle alUpcd to h.tv said:'
"Now I have got you."
Mrs.1 Ray rushed to a second-story win
dow and fired the 'fatal shot. '
A. divorce suit bas been pending In tha
circuit court for months.
Davison County lietnrnn.
MITCHELL, 8. D.. June 1WS ec al )
The county canvassing board biia Just fin
ished canvassing the vote nf th.: p I nary
election, and It haa brought out :v.e fur
prises on the state ticket. The riippnMloh
was that Mr. Mnrtln would poll u Ir.rtor
vAe than Charles Ruike. but tfo re i.rns
show-that Burke received "2 more xocs li
the county than Martin. '.The r.l'f re ice
was found In tbe Second ward or Ml:oull,
which is a very strong license wart, nl
where Burke received f? more than M :rtli.
The following is the summary -of U-.e vo e
on the state ticket. Vnltcd States senator.
Klttredge, 921; Crawford, . C ngresr,.
men. Burke, , 830; Glnss. 4i0: Hall, T4H; M tr
tin, 848. Governor, Browne, 7?2j Ves ey, 7' 8
l.leutensnt arn.,.rnnr R,.l,rn.4..r..-n... a ..V...
600. Secretary of state, Muris-iM, 2o7; Poller.
4.TK; Waltner, 64U Attotn.y nerieial, Blew-
in, ioo; t-inra, en. Auditor, Morning, 6 7;
Warner. 755. Treasurer, Catslll, MT; J ihn
Son. 29.,- Colnmlaslonpr nf rnlwAl n,,,l .,'.11.-
' ... . j,, mv
lands, Dokken, Klile, 076. Fupe lnti nd-
T-.ii. fuuiiv inniriicinn, niimi r. :s.; L j
trud, 443. Railroad, commissi nier, Rubla-
son, 624; Smith, 201; Wikre. 6.17. IVivlsoit
COUntV lost tha stalwart r..nK. n' lu ...
to the state legislature hy having titreo
candidates for (he nnmlnnrlon of iwi
men and they dhided their vi t.-.wh.-n twj
men could have been ekctel es ly.
East Side Wlnaj School Election.
MITCHELL, 8. D., June l.-(3pcclal Tel
egram.) An election for members of the
Board of Education was held here tul.iv
to select five memhrrs under the row s-Viol
law. The following were elected. ). T.
Litchfield. O. Scheurenhrsnd, E. W., llylrr,
A. D. McKeel and George E. Foster. Tho
principal Issue In. the ejection wis the
election of three candidates for'the cast or
west shk of the' city, who will have the
authority of settling on the location f.ir ,
the new high school building which Is to
be 'Frectud this year. The es'-.t hMi- cm
dldates won on the Vntonnd the pivsump.
tlon Is that tho r.,m Mdo will lmvc the
new structure, uf ' !, la , coxl t 3.0 V.
Cltlscna Pay Respects.
MITCHELL. S. I) . June 1 ,.--(8n rla .)
A reception was t nri.-nvd tl l afr. tmon hy
tho cltirens of the city to President and
Mrs. Thomss Nicholson of Dakita ks
leyan university In anticipation of thrlr
early departure for New York, whrre Dr.
Nicholson goes to take, up his position as
secretary of the board of education of
the Methodist church. Several hundred
people called during thcaf ti t noon t i piy
their last tribute of respect "to these wor
thy people and th.-lr departure will be very
much regretted by the citizens of the city,
for Dr. Nicholson has been lurgely Instru
mental In bringing the town and university
on a closer basis of affiliation.
Will Caro Conausnistson.
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes. "Poley'a
Honey and Tar (a the best preparation for
coughs, colds and lur trouble. I know
that It his cured consumption tn tha first
stages." You never heard of anyone uain
Foley's Honey and Tar and not being satis.
lieu, ah druggists.
Lincoln Conple Gets Llcenso.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. June 16.-(Specia!
Telegram.)-James E. Moody and Emllj
Engles. both of Llnooln. Neb., were licensed
to wed at Milwaukee yesterday.
. . V. . . 1. . .
wVthou t' aatknowlL:eC JZ " ' 'on'du.'on
darknd wUhta6 ?horou'gS unae.JIdl";? 'w'hf.'.'lt
no physician or speclall.t shouW l treat you We wint
all men to feel that they can come to th s insMfutTon
dUlort wh0uttarn2ahl,On "nd P,-o" s
onion, without being bourn! by any obligation whatever
to take treatment unless they so deslra. wt6ver
i .-v . . -.,
a , - ' ,
' -' ) :
NO PAY TILL CURED I
Msstal blooaaos ! Wthoaa tho kr.lt.
DR. JAHHY, 224 tisa, Omaha, Nab.
Powered by Open ONI