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Race in Western League the Closest of Any Now; St. Louis Americans Keep Up Their Winning
PUEBLO ANNEXES ONE' SORE I
Dmaha Makei a Strong Bid in Ninth, j
' but the Indians Come, Back.
KOLLEKBECK TOO GENEROUS
Pa a Figaro Largely "eorlagj
of th AVInurn, Being Followed
lit Two Inetanee-a r
ITKIiLO. Colo.. June 26. In an exciting
c-aw game Pueblo won. again from the
Champion by a acorn of i to 4. the finish
of borti team being the feature. While
James m hit hard he w atearller than
Hollcnbeck. who walk al ten. The vial
tore had the lead urtll the seventh when
Hogrlever walked. fipeneer tingled and
Patterson "-.sacrificed both men. Mnttlcka
waa purposely walked, filling tha baiea.
but Clark hit for two baica putting Pueblo
In tha lead.
In the ninth Welch opened with a tingle,
advanced to aecond on wild pitch, and to
third on Auattn'a aucriflce. H waa nabbed
t the plate on Franck grounder to
Corhan. Franck being safe. Uebrand then
batted for Belden and lilt for three bases,
coring Franck. I-ebrsnd acorcd on Oond
tng's drive fo center and Omaha waa In
the lead, ror Pueblo Hogrlever walked
for tha fourth time and when Austin
threw wild to aecond on flpencer'a
attempted eacriffce, both men were aafe,
Hogrlever going to third. Bpencef then
atole aecond and Patterson won the game
by hitting one to the left field fence which
would hav been good for a homer. The
Autrey, lb .
I.e Brand,- rf
-..33 4 24 14 1
AB. ft. H. O. A. B.
Hogrlever, rf .-.fT, 12 000
llDencer. If 3 S 1 0 0 0
patteraon, 2b.... 3 0 3 '3 4
Mattlok. cf 3 0 2 1 1
Clark, lb 3 0 1 10 1
Corhan. aa .... 4 0 0 1 3 0
Maddox, 0 0 14 1
Mltx. e 3 0 0 7 2 1
Jamea. v... 3 0 0 0 1 0
Totala 24 6 27 16 1
' 'None out when wlnniqg run waa made.
Omaha, 1 0001000 14
Pueblo 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 J 6
Stolen baaea: Fisher, Autrey, Spencer,
Two-base hlta: Mattlcks (2). King, Clark.
Three-baae bit: LeHrand Struck out: By
Jamaa, 4: by Hollenbeck, 4. Sacrifice hlta:
Austin. Jamea. Spencer. Patteraon (i).
Baaeaon balls: Off Jamea, 2; off Hollen-
MODERN 8 OR 9 ROOM
HOUSE IN DUNDE OR
WEST FARN AM, DIS
TRICT. ADDRESS J.,
(26) M332 2D
HIQMET prices for td-haad furniture, rr
pta clothet and ahoea. Xel. Douglaa DW1.
VEST price paid for I-hand fumltura. car
' Pals, aiovaa. olotliinc, ihoco. Tel. Red Mot,
: (26) 644
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Clara O. Fen wick to Priscllla A.
: Mitchell, part lot 1, Hawes add t 8,600
Hnnry F. Pierce and wife to Ueorge -W.
Holdrege, part block 6H and part
, block 67, Hartman'a add
Q. 8. Rogers and wife to NlotUu
Bastlan, lot li. block 458. Qrandview SG0
Uyron 11, Hastings to Frits Jacobeen.
lots Si and M. block 6. Military add.. 276
H. J. Hughes and wife et al. to
Thomas K. Hunter, lot 7. Will
south Omaha Land company to Anton
. . Svoboda and wife, lot 14. block 254.
South Omaha 400
Jdinnle li. Cobb to Annie Ketteaiker,
lots 6, 12, 13, 14, Thomason tk Uooa'
Cora A. Rood to Voytech Kostal, lot
18, block 1, Potter & Cobb's 2d add. 4.000
Arthur N. Shrlber to Irena E. liorsky,
' lot S, block 2. Holmes' add 650
' Michael Wlielan to Hunter Realty
company, part lot 2, block I, Perkins,
and other lots 1,600'
. Charles T. -Pike and wife to Gould
Diets., lot 16, block 14, Leavenworth
Business PI4ce. 1
Sarah M pike to Gould Diets, same.. 4ot)
Crcighton V'nlverslty to Katherine
O'l'onoliue. part lota 1 and i, block
4, Sweety's add 6.250
'. Jutla U Kimball to Charleston Co.,
- lot I. Mock i. Newport add 150
'Henry W. Pvnnock and wife to Mary
Ivan, lot . block !, Hedford Place.. L3
John It. 1'hippln and wife to Matilda
H. Young, psrt lot 4, Howa'a add.. 2,6.10
Gust Nelson and wife to Jennie Raker,
part lot S. block 6. Reeds 3d add.. 1,150
Nancy C. Hudelson to R. C. Vermil-
: lion and wife, lot 9, block 137, South
Emma Mny Carpenter to Mary Wal-
laess, lota pi and 17. block 3, Ames
. Olen Swanson. et al, to Albert F.
Hleck and wife, part lot 9. block
44. South Omaha 1,150
Vnited Real talate & Truat Co., to
Joseph Oraiino. .tut 4J, block Z,
Kountss Fifth addition 2,000
Maria A. Johnson et al. to H. B. Ral-
ney. lota 3, 4. 6. 6. 7. . J). 10, 11. li,
IT 14. Mock 31. and other lota, Reed'a
Fifth addition I
E. R. Hume and wife to Samuel Cot-
nr. lot S. block 17, Carthage 3
William Palter t al, la Kamuel Cot-
ner. lot 8, block 27. Carthage 32
Minnie 11. Cobb to Timothy O'Connor,
lot i. block 16. Thomaaon A Gooa
Fleishman to Charles D. Rlrkett,
part iot 1. block 111, Omaha 1
Sarah V. Cotner and huaband to W.
K. Wlckerahuw. lota 1 and 2. block
116. Ixindee place 2,000
ir. . t. Kay Medical Co., to Jamea
Gilbert, part lot ,10. block 1. Mil
lard place, lot t, block 3. Patter
son's First addition and other lots... 1
Qua iseta-ig to Henry Net wig. part lot
14, block . South Omaha 200
F1r Inraaler and wife to Hannah
W. Ttndall. lot IS. block 4. SulDhur
Sprlnga addition v 1.150
Koy li. cnnstiansen to Ina chrlsten
sen. part lot li, block 3. Marysvllle
John Mangan and wife to George Tr
. Mangan. part lot U. block 6. Nor-
bach's 8econd addition 1
alinnie a. lye et al. to Thomas J.
Parker, lot S, block t, Llmon place.. 200
County treasurer to John W. Robbina.
' lot 4, block 3. Kilby place
I William L. Crabtree and wife to
Thomas M. Standard, lot 1. Mi- s
A Subdivision j jo
Independent Realty Co.. to Joseph
f Hasuka. part lot 12. block 3. Pot
ter 4k Cobbs" addition 750
George C. Johnson and wife to Jos
eph A. Miller, part lot 2, block 19,
Hanaoocn place jro
Biisaa Lewis to Kste L. Webb, lots
S and 4. block 3, Krway Nelson's
j Srcond addition jpo
Chaflotta Jillen Lea-la FVeeman and
husband to Charles H. Webb, lola 1 "
an$ 3. block t. lSrwsy ft Nelson a
j Second addition ,
Standing of the Teams
1 incoln . . . .
1 en vet
.X, 21 .fC tndlanapolSi 44 :S .
a. -.7 Toledo i .
?fi 2i . til Louisville ...11 2," .fi3
84 m Ml Columl.ua ...S4 31 .r,u7
' 3-t ..7 Mlnneanolla SI .J2
w-a Mnlnea. .it 30 3M Milwaukee ..80 34 . 441
Kanas Cltjr.24 40 .411
Ft. Paul is 46 .1.2
NAT. LEAQl'E. AMER. LEAO Flat
W.L, Pet .VL,Pct.
Chlrsgn .15 S .e St. I.ould ;li 24 .07
Pittsburg ...37 S4 .7 Cleveland ... 25 .03
New York. ...34 I'O .577 Chicago S 2 -S"4
Clnrlnmiti ..31 IS .5'Ji petroif J2 2S .o.:3
Philadelphia W 17 .4!M Philadelphia IS 31 .4'.7
Boston M 31 .419 New Vork....K 34 tt:l
Hi. ly.ula ...,lf4 37 .m Boston IT. M .4J9
Brooklyn ..21 3rt .iKS Washington 22 37.373
Weatern League Omaha at Pueblo. Lin
coln at Denver. Slou City at Dea Moines.
National League New York at Brooklyn,
Philadelphia at Boaton. Pittsburg at St.
Louts. Cincinnati at fhlcago.
American Iague-Chtoago at Cleveland.
St. Irfiuis at IVrTolt, Washington at Phila
delphia. Boston at 4w York.
American . Association Columbus at St
Paul. Toledo at Kaunas City, Indlnnapolla
at Minneapolis, Iouiaville at Milwaukee,
beck, 10. Wild pitch: James. Time: 1:46.
L'mplre: Pa via. Attendance: l.PJO.
DENVER WIJSS Ot'T 1 ELEVENTH
Llaicolai Makea 0, bat Moontalneere
Cons Bark with Two.
PENVER. Colo.. June it. Irwin's sin
gle In tha eleventh inning ended a game
ih.i waa rirlmfull of features. Lincoln
secured a lead in the first Inning that
looked as though the ctmtest was all over.
But the Denver men Degan to nil junr.i
In the acond, getting aa good as one In
h. l..ol hefnre the hlttlna wa topped.
Then came several Innings of nard play
ing. Sullivan, wno went to nrsi wii
Fox was hurt In the knee, made a three
base hit in the eighth Inning, scoring on
Doll's error. The latter evened mattera
In the net Inning ty preveniinn a yi"i
... r i-nnin hv a hfvh inmtv from wlucn
he.fell and rolled over, but held the ball.
In the eleventh Inning hlta by Prltchett,
Ztnran and Judo gave Lincoln a run. Mc-
Donough went In to oat ior imii iir.
Denver came up. hitting the second nan
clear over Jude'a head fo ra three-bagger.
He scored on liorDeu s aavcruice uui i"..
Waldron made a single and Belden made
another. Cassady waa given hia oase on
balls, filling the cornera. White flew out
to short center ana trwin amgie
third closed a long and dragging contest
that kept every spectator In the seats to
the last play. Two games tomorrow.
um v E.ru
AB. R. V.
Wtldron, cf 4 1 i
O. A. B.
4 0 0
1 " 0
1 2 0
4 3 0
7 1 1
0 0 0
33 12 "l
PelUen. If 6
Cassady, rf 4 1
White, lb 6 1
Irwin, 3b 6' 0
Ztlusky. c 6 0
Ijiuterborn, 2b 5 1
Doll, sa 3 0
McDonough 1 1
Corbett, p. 4 J
Tnl.ll 43 (
Batted for Poll in eleventh;
O. A. E.
. l 1 0
7 0 0
6 2 0
0 3 0
83 11 1
Thnmaa 1 h-9H
1 Davidson, rf...,
I Prltchett, 3b....
1 Slnran, c. .......
TaI.1. .46 .ft
Two out when winning run waa made.
Denver 0 1 M 4 4 (j M O M
Lincoln S 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 l-
' Stolen bases: Irwin, Jude. TTiree-base
hits: Zalusky, -Sullivan, McDonough. Baaes
on balla: Off Corbett, 3; off Jones, .
Struck out: By Corbett,4; by Jones, 2.
IWt on bases: Denver. 12: Lincoln, 10.
Hom run: Cassady. Two-baae hit: Z
lusky. Double play: - Fenlon to Zlnran.
Time: 2:3a. Umpire: Brennan.
SIOtTX BAT OUT AJfOTHER V1CTOKY
Foarteea ' Safe Oats and PIT Errors
by Dea Molaee Tell the Story.
' DE8 MOINES, - la., . June 29. Although
"Ducky' Holmea waa sitting In the grand
stand, the Sioux took the aecond game from
the Boosters by the score of 6 to 1. Dos
Molnea found the former collegian aa un
beatable as ever and scored only through
an error. Nelson, who pitched for Des
Moines, although hit hajd, waa fortunate
enough to scatter . the ste onea. . Sioux
City's first score came, alter the umpire
had called Welch safe at third on a close
decision; in fact, close, decisions figured in
all of the first thrte wores. The last three
came through a aerlea of three errors and
a passed ball coming In succession. Danny
Green, who Joined Uie Sioux City team to
day, played-- star gam In the field and
batted well. Scorej
. . AB. R. H.
8 27 13
14 27 11
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3
Sioux Citv. 8. Two-base
t,u. tioH., inilrAu. (Iranvllle. Bevereiu
Green. Baaea on balls: uri iseison. 1. uu
Furchner. 1. . Passed balls: Yeager ('-.
Hhi-a wim nltch: Furchner. Btruok out:
Hv Nela,n. 10: ' bv Furchner, 9. Stolen
bases: Anderson, Nlehoff, Campbell, Welch
Time: 2;06. Umpire: O'Callaghan. At
llr.mta vs. Pollcemea.
Police officers will lay down their bllllea
nil the firemen will hanar un their helmets
for a couple of hours this afternoon and
will go to Vinton Street park for their an
nual base ball gam. The cops have been
batting at Imaginary twisters wun tee
clubs for over a week getting Into trim
and the firemen have nit been alow eitner.
The game will begin at :M o'clock. Cap
tain Gates aggregation of fire-fighting
fans la aa fo lows:
Gutear. c: Gavin and Haley, p: Adams,
lb; etolts. aa; Graves, tt: Holland, 3b; Mc
Cougar, cf; Koch and Brown, If.
The policemen will go Into tthe gams In
this wise: Murpny, v; tagan, id; McLionain.
2b; Wheeler, rs; O'Donald. 3li; Malloy, If;
Morgan and Hicks, cl; KoDDlns, rf; liar
aid. Miller and Cooper, p.
NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BOND
The hchool dtatrlct of the city Of
Hebron, Thayer county. Neb., will offer
for sale July 1. 1904, bonds In the amount
of lls.vVU, drawing 6 per cent interest
vayable aeml-amiuaiiy. i neae oonux are
to be lasued for ttte purpose of building
a new school bouse. For further putiuu-
lars address Vv. M. U1LU
Jildil Sec, Hebron. Neb.
NOTICE TO CONTBACTOUS PROPOS
als for the erection of a library building
In Onawa. Iowa, will be received by the
undersianed at I1 is office in onaaa. Iowa
(where plana and specif kationa may bo
aeeti), until 1 o'clock p. m., July 13, at
which time the contract will be awarded
to the lowest responsible bidder. The
board reserves the rigbr to reject any or all
bids K K. I.AHK Pecrelary Jun-M-17t
QCANDINAYUN-AMEfilCA!, UM J
Norway. Sweden snd Denmark
gaiilag trots New York at aooa.
rati daiea Jul (I H.lhj Olaa Aug 4
C. TiMaaa ...July 111 Ualied Ktalaa Ana 80
galawa 111 ai r- . 4 Cabia 157. W.
A. B. JOMRtlOM 4k CO-
IS 23. KUiUa bt , Chicago, Z1L
.ROWNS CONTINUE TO WIN
Hits Ar Bunched on Willett in
Seventh and Ninth.
ERRORS AND STEALS ASSIST
American League thamploaa Have
. Their Jteanlar l.lnenp for the
- First Time In Nine
DETROIT, June 2S.-St. LouU could do
nothing with Willett until the aeventh. In
that Inning and again In tha ninth twj
hits were mixed with a base on balls and
steal, each time for runa. Hartsell'g poor
fielding helped Detroit to both Of lit runs.
The champions bad their regular lineup for
the first time In five weeks. Score:
ST. LOflS. PETROIT
B.H.O A.B. B.H.O.A B.
Hortmm. If.. S 0 4 Mrntre. If.. 4 1 1 0 9
Hantoll, rf..4 1 1 P.hrr. tt . I I t
Wllllano, lb. 4 I t ft I'nwfoH. rf . 4 2 )
Vlllirr. .. t 1 OCohb. H......4 114 4
C cf. J 1 S 0 ORoMinan, lb . 4 II
T. Inner, lb. 3 14 1 OCoUKhlln. 3b. I 1 l t
rrn. 3b 4 110 ftSrhmlrtt. e. .. 4 1 4 S 0
Bpmr.r. e ... 3 1 7 1 olry, If ... 4 I 1 1
HowHI. p .. .4 ! 0 1 OWIIIett. p.... I 114 4
ToUlu 34 I 17 1ft S ToUl 31 27 II 4
Detroit 1 00000001 03
St. Loula 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 24
Two-base hits: Mclntyre, Crawford, C.
Jones. Three-base hit: Ferris. Sacrifice
hits: Schaefer, T. Jones. Stolen bases: C.
Jones, T. Jones. Double plsy: Willett to
Rossman. Left on bases: Detroit, 6; St.
Ixnils. 4. Base on balls: Off Willed, 2; off
Howell, 1. Struck out: Ry Willett. 3; by
Howell, 8. Time: 1:45. Umpire: Connolly.
Napa Defeat While os.
CLEVELAND, June 2. Cleveland de
feated Chicago, 4 to 2. today making it
three straight and moving Into second
place. Rhodes pitched a strong game until
the lant two innings, when Chicago
bunched five hits and scored two runs. J.
Clark's running catch with men on third
and second base saved the game for Cleve
land in the ninth. Score:
B H O A g B.H.O.A. S.
J. n.rks, If. 4 1 4 0 0 B.hs. If I 1 I 4 4
Drtdlrr. U. 4 111 tJonea. rf 4 1 0 4
Strrvall, lb.... I lift Ol.b.11, Sh,.... 4 1111
Lsjols, .... 1 t Andersse,1 rf. 4 144
N. dark, c. 0 5 1 0 DonohiM, lb.. 4 9 14 4 4
mnchman. rf. 4 1 1 0 0 At, n I 1 I i 4
Perrins. to... 4 4 11 0 Tannehlll, tb I I 4 1
Pirm hra. cf. 4 I 1 0 OSumwtn. e... 0 4 4 0
RIUMdM, p.,,4 I 4 t tW.l.b. p t 4 4 11
Manuel, p.... 0 0 9 4 0
Touts II T 17 19 4 iwuthartr ..1 4 4 0 4
Davla I l4 9 0
White 1 1 0 0 9
.4 4 14 IT I
Batted for Walsh In eltthth.
Batted for Sullivan In ninth.
Batted for Manuel In ninth.
Cleveland 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 4
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-2
Hits: Off Walsh, 6 In seven Innings. Base
on errors: Cleveland, 3. Two-base hits:
Stovall, Bradley, Anderson, Hahn. Sacri
fice hlta: N. Clarke. Lajole, Stovall. Stolen
baaes: Hlnchman, Jones. Base on balls:
Off Rhoades. 3; off Walsh, 2. Left on
bases: Cleveland, 8; Chicago, 8. Struck out:
By Rhoades, 4; bv Walsh, 2; by Manuel 1.
Wild pitch: Rhoades. Time: 1:46. Umpires:
Sheridan and Evans.
Waahlnatcn ghata Oat Boston.
BOSTON. June 28. Washington profited
by the wlldness of two Boston pitchers and
by batting onoortunelv won today's, a-ame
b to o. eaiKenberg waa in excellent form.
B M o AC awn a c
Altlier. b... 4 1 0 OThoney, If.... ( 4 2 0 4
BrhlDlis. Ib... till riftlHvn f . a I a A A
Clymer. rf.... 110 M'Conoell, 2b 4 4 1 6 0
oanley. It.... 4 8 3 4 OGmler. rf.... t 0 110
Xuan. cf 4 8 0 0 1 1'nslaub, tb.. 4 1 II 1 0
straet. e I s 11 I aiu.-r.rKnd l t a n
-freeman, lb.. 14 4 0 OCardnar, lb.!.4 t 0 0 t
M(-Briie, aa.,6 I I 8 0Wnor, aa..,3 14 8 4
raiatiQDerc, p i v a orrullt, a 1 0 0 1
niiroaeii, a... I o e o
Totala 14 13 17 4 I'CraTath ....1 O 4
Totala.. ....W 10 37 14 4
Batted for Burchell In ninth
Washington 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 38
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 00
Two-base hits: Rhlnke. McRrlrla Thro.
base hit: Freeman Hlta- Off Prnltt a in
five innings. Sacrifice hits: Altlzer, Clymer,
Ganley, Shlpke. Stolen baaea: Shlpke, Mc
Connell, Milan. Double play: Wagner t
i. uKiauu io nicvonneii. lert on naaea:
Washington, 9; Boston. 1. Base on errors:
Washington, 3. Hit by pitched ball: By
Pruitt, 1; by Burchell, 1. Struck out: By
Prultt, 2; by Falkenberg, 2; by Burchell, i.
Wild pitch: Pruitt. 1; Burchell, a. Balk:
Prultt, Time: 2:10. Umpire: O'Loughlln.
Athletics Wla vrlth Stick.
PHILADELPHIA. June 26 Phllerllnhla
defeated New York by knocking. Manning
vui. ut inn uut in ine inira inning. V ICK
era reliev4d Coomha In he fourth and
held New -York down to one hit. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK.
B.H.O A E n u n a v
Hartael, If... 1 1 u Ml.. cMb., I 0 1.0
Nlohola. tb... 4 18 1 dKealar, ri.... 4 4 1' 4 0
Davia, ib 4 S 10 1 OMoriarlty. lb. 4 0 14 0 0
Murphr, rf... 4 1 1 0 Ochaaa, 3b 4 1 1 4 4
i. Colllna, Sb 4 1 t 0 OOnh, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Oldrtnc, cf... 4 1 1 0 OBall. aa 8 0 1 I 1
K Collin., al I I I lBlahl. If J 10 0 4
Power., c... 4 14 1 OConror Jh 1 n 1 I a
Coomba, p.... 1 0 0 1 OKleloow, c... 1 4 1 0
v li li era, p.... loot OManaliif, p... 110X0
cneabro, p... 2 0 0 8 4
Totala 31 93T13 1
Totala H 4 24 17 1
Philadelphia 1 0 8 1 0 o A i a
New York 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Two-base hits: Davla. Powers Thee.
base hits: StahL Oldrlng. Hits: Off
Manning, 8 In two and two-thlrda innings;
off Coomba. 3 In three Innings. Sacrifice
hits: Mortality, Conroy, Ball, Murphy,
Vli-kers. Stolen bases: Conrnv. NIcIioIm
J. Collins, E. Collns. Double play,; E.
Collins, to Davis. Left on baaes: New
York, 6; Philadelphia, 6. Base on balls:
Off Manning. 2; off Coombs, 3; off Vlck-
ers. t. uase on errors: New Yoik,l;
Phlladelnlila. 1. Hit bv nitched ball Rv
Vlckers, 1. Struck out: By Manning. 2;
by Cheahro, 2; by Coomba, 1; by Vlckers,
3. Wild citch: Cheabro. Time: 1:14.
Umpires: Egan and Hurst.
GAMES ISf THE NATIONAL LEAOIE
Chicago Wlaa Valatereat lag Contest
CHICAGO, June 26. Tha locals woo to
day by taking advantage of the visiting
pitchere' loose wrk and two of their ml
plays. Evers wrenched a knee In sliding
to second In the fourth and waa forced
to retire. Score:
B.H.O. A.B. - B.H.O.A E.
flagla, cf 4 X t 0 0 Hu.ilna, .,! till
Rharkard, II.. 8 1 4 0 OKaua, cf 6 4 4 0
avhulta. rf.... 5. 1 1 0 4 Lobert. aa.... I Jill
Chase, lb... 4 14 1 OMowery, lb... 4 4 4 1 0
StelDleldt. ib t i 1 1 OGanaal. lb ... 4 2 4 1 0
Kilns, r 4 0 4 1 OSrnl.l. c I 1 3 0
Etrera. 2b 1 111 OMItrball, H..4 0 4 0 0
Hofnun. lb . 1 4 1 1 C Pa.k.rt, If... 4 I 4 0
Tlnkrr, aa.... 4 4 I I 0 8p.fl., p I 0 0 3 1
rrr. m I I I 1 Rhoad, p... 1 Sill
Zimmerman.. 4 0 4 0 4 McLaa ....1 1600
To'all I IT 11 1 Totals 44 11 :4 II I
Batted- for Rhoades In ninth.
Rain for Ever in fourth.
Chicago 3 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 -8
Cincinnati 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 26
Two-base hit: Mowery. Three-base hit:
Lobert. Hits: Off Spade 8 tn four Innings.
Sacrifice hits: Scheckard. Fraaer (2), Btem
feldt. tSolen bases: Evers, Eraser. Double
plays: Evers to Tinker to Chance. Left on
baaea: Chicago, 7; Cincinnati, 6. First on
hall- Cltt Vraar - off Sn.H. - n
Rhoades. 2. First base on errors: Chicago,
a- nit uy pucner: ay r raaer, ocniel; by
Rhoudea. Scheckard. Struck out: By
Eraser, 4; by Spade, 1; by Rhoades. 1.
Tinie: 2:20. Umple: Rudderham and Klem.
Piraiea Pile Ip Big Score.
ST. LOUIS. June 26 Tbe Pittsburg team
handled St. i.oula roughly here today and
won the second game of tb series, 10 to 1.
rlTTSBl'RC ST. LOl'l.
b.H O.A E. B.H.O.A.K
Thomas, cf. - S I 4 tShaar, rf 4 a 1 0
I.rarh. tk ( t I 4 Cliarlu. m .. t 0 k 1 0
( lark. If ... 4 4 4 4 Vtorra,, cf . J 1
Wagner, a. . 4 14 MiMaaiy, If 4 4 1 0
Ab tlcblo, IN 8 1 1 I Okoeeubr, lk. t II 4
twatlna. lb. 4 111 4 U,4t(. C....I 8 4
Wilton, rf ... 4 I 1 SNiIiyrna. lb ..
Gibaun, c 4 0 I 1 9 Oilbert, ib.
Madaal. p.... 6 8 4 1 H.rmoad. p
Totala 14 IS IT II HUM. r
. a e a a i
. a i
Hi b'n.m. pi a a
Totala 3d I :i II a
ft. Loula t 11
Pittsburg 01 t 4 1 8-10
Two-has hlta: Murray. Clarke. Wasnar.
Three-baa lilts: Leach, Thomas, Shaw,
Murray. Hits: Off kLaymond. T In flv In
nings; off bailee, 6 In five and two-thirds
Innlnga; off Hlgglnbotham, 3 In three and a
third InniHga. Sacrifice till: Clsrk. Mwa
cir.a, CUarUs. ttiolea base; Wagner, 8k
clna. Left on bnres: St. luls. 5: P
!: bases on balls: tiff Raymond
tt -bin a
2: o f 1
It by pitcher, lly Kaymond. 1.
Struck out: liv Raymond, f; by Mad.lox
: bv Hlgetnb .tham 1. Wild pitches: R:-y-nond.
1; Migginbothsm. 1. Fallee. 1. Halk;
M.Hddox. Time: 1:52. l'mplre: Kmsllc.
New Yark kata Oat Bo it.n.
NEW TORK. June 2t Mvtllnnlty
pitched a clever game today and shut out
the Bostons. Devlin'a hormi run In one
Inning and a force, a hit. a bne on balla
and an out in another fcsvt New York two
runs. Score: v
NEW YORK nofTON
B.H.O A.E. .P H O A K
Trnn. lb... I 11 1 CBeausiont. ct. t 4 4
MTkle. lh....l t I OPmwne. rf ..4 J 4 I
fveinur, cf . 4 Its 1 Wclann. lb . 4 0119
tlonlln. rf....4 0 1 Keller, It.... 4 4 14 4
Tvl1n. Ib ... 4 1 I 4 Iah. . . 4 I 1 I
Phnnnnn. 11.4 114 Hanniran. lb. 1 I I 14
Pnh.n. c. t 4 1 ORItrkrr. tb...S A I t 4
Prldwell, s . I I I 1 onraham, c ... I 0 3 4
MJinu:iy, 4 1 I 4 4 riabvrty. p .. I 9 114
Tnlala SI I 27 II 1 Totalu 4 1 1
New York 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3
Boston . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Left on bases: New York. 16; Boston,
7. Baxe on balls: Off MeOlnntty. 4; off
Flaherty. 4. struck out: By McOlnnlty.
hv Flaherty. 1. Home run: aJevlln.
Sacrifice hit: Hsnnlfan. Wild rll:
Flaherty. Time: i:e. umpires: joim
stone and Rlgler.
UAMK IX AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Kaaaaa City I "able to lilt SathodT
and ta ghat Ont.
KANSA8 CITY', June 26 Suthoff shut
out the locals todAy, who aeemed to be
unable to hit at critical moments. Score:
TOLEDO. KANSAS CITV.
B.H.O.A K. B.H.O.A E
Karbeau, as . 4 1 8 1 0 rarll.l. If... 4 i li 1 4
Hinrhm.n, 14 I 4 I 1 OHallman. cf . . 4 0 1 1 1
Armb ater, It. t It 0 0 0 hrafhrar, 5b.. 4 116 1
Mr-Carthr. If.. I 1 t 0 0 Hei-kler. lb.. 4 1 11 I 1
smoot, cf 4 1 I 0 0 Krur-ser, 0 1(1
Land. 4 I I I ONeiahhnra. rf. 4 u l u
Hnpklna. rf . ..I 1 2 0 0 'ria. aa 114 4
William, tb. t 4 t I OFulllran. c .. I 4,7 t 0
Ll.ler, lb 8 -I 7 1 Iciriir, p I 4 4
W.k.n.M, lb 1 I 4 0'K.rwla 1 4 4 4 4
fuihotr, p.... s080
Totals SI 4 M 17 4
Totala 7 7 9 8
Batted for Krueger In ninth.
Toledo 01000200 03
Kansa City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Earned runs: Toledo. 8. Two base hits:
Croat (2), Peckley. Left on bases: Kansas
City. ; ToJedo, 8. Double plays: Lister
(unassisted), Beckley tunassletedi. Stolen
baaes: Barbaeu, Hopkins i, Wllllama, Car
ter. Sacrifice hits: Suthnff, Haliman. Wild
Pitch: Carter. Baaes on errors: Toledo,
4; Kansas City, 2. Time: 1.60. Umpire:
Distillers Shat Out Brewers.
MILWAUKEE. June 2B Puttman and
Curtis pitched excellent ball today, Louis
ville winning l to o. fccore:
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A E.
Rtanlar. cf...8 0 10 1 Randall. rf...4 12 0 0
Woodrufr, If.. 4 1 8 4 4 Roblnaoa, aa. 4 1 I 8 1
Perrtne, 2b... I 14 1 Oftnth. c 4 14 8 4
Slov.ll. rf 4 13 4 OKIynn. rf 4 110 6
Sullivan. II.. 4 1 14 I 0 Clark. 3b I 0 4 14
Burke, lb.... I t 1 8 OMrCnean;, If 4 1 4 0 0
Qulnl.n. a. .. I 0 11 OMcCnrm k. 2b 8 4 4 4 4
Hushaa. ....! 110 I llrewn, lb.... 3 4 T 1 4
Pulmana. D . I y0 1 4 OCiirtlt. B I 0 110
Harlcr, rf....4 0 1 4 0Bvtllt 1 0 4 0 4
Totala 4 27 13 8 Total! 82 4 27 11 1
Batted for Brown In ninth.
Louisville 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Milwaukee 00000000 00
Three base hit: Robinson. Sacrifice hits:
Clark, Quintan. Stolen bases: Flynn, Hurxe
Woodruff. Stovall. Double plays: McCor-
mick and Brown. Left on baaea: Milwau
kee, 8; Louisville, 4. Base on balls: eurus
2; Puttman, 2. Struck out: By Puttman
1: by Curtia, 6. Time: 1:36. Umpires: Bier
halter and Kerln.
Happy Hollow and Sonth Omaha Claba
araturdav will be a special base ball day
at Hano v Hollow club, the aecond game of
the season between the Happy Hollow club
and South Omaha club teams talcing place
In the afternoon. The latter won the first
ramr. which waa a close contest. A large
number of members from the South Omaha
Cruntrv club will aocomnany the team.
and Happy Hollow'a rooters will also be
out In full force to contnoute uieir snare
of exclteent to an Interesting game. Piay
wlll be called at 2.30, and immediately
following the game Happy Hollow will play
with the United States National bank
team. The lineup, first game:
Happy Hollow. South Omaha.
Brown-Crossman .Catch M urohy
MoKltrlck First Caughey
Marvel... Second Kennedy
Hlllls Short Talbot
Callahan-Dow Third Hachten
.Center. . .Lef Iler-Sher o d
V. 8. Nat l Pank.
Brown-C rossman. Catch
..O. Wll lama
Overton Loaeg to Gothenburg.
GOTHENBURG. Neb., June 2ti (Spe
clal.) The Gothenburg Grays defeated Ov
erton In a alow but Interesting game, the
chief feature of which was the pitching of
Van and a one-handed stop of a hot
grounder by Banner. Kennedy pltohed
well, but was a little wild, and his support,
especially behind the bat and at first, was
decidedly of the yellow order. Score
Graya .1 0 0008020 -5 6 'l
Overton 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 1 9
Batteries: For Grays, Van and Steven
son; for Overton, Kennedy and Cuddefoid.
Earned runs: Orays, 2. rwo-oase nit: Man
ner. Struck out: By Van, 12; by KennedyT
7. Bases on balki: Off Van, 2; off Ken
nedy, 6. Left on bases: Graya, 7; Over
ton. 3. - Double play: Reynolds to Fields.
Passed balla: Cuddeford, 2. Wild pitches:
Van, 8. Umpire: Duff In.
The younjjf men have waded
right in and taken advantage of
this exceptional offering; but
there are still a great many good
suits left which we will continue
to sell at positively
until all are Bold. These suits
are all this season's goods and
are right up-to-the-minute.
Sizes 34to 44.
Alterations charged for dur
ing this sale.
. W. T. BOURKvG,
319 So. 16th St,
Young men's t?lothes and tie shop
366 model f-rr 8H4) 1 880 models fur 12
346 modal, for $J0 1 123 , modaia for gaO
lanta 4sapll Amut,
OMAHA MAN UPSETS DOPE
P. McG?e Puts Warren Dickinion
of Dei Moines Cut.
LATTER TOUTED AS A WINNER
K amber of Matehea In Consolation
and Other Divisions Palled Off
Daring Usy aad Contestants
Take Aato Ride.
KANAS CITT. Mo., June :.-(Fpefll
Telegram.) Tbe largest cr3Wd alnce the
beginning of the tournament witnessed
the play on the F.vantton link tliia after-
neon. Owing to the fact that a motor car
ride was on the program a number of
matches were left unfinished.
One of the btggvet upsets of the dope came
In the third round of the t hainplonsl'.lp P ay
when J. P. Magee of Omaha defeated War
ren Dickinson of Dea Molnea, 8 up and 1
to I lay. Dkkinson was H ked by alrtioat
everyone except the Omaha tontlngent aa
a sure winner. The Omaha crowd believed
in Magee'a ability to win and they showed
their loyalty by forming a gallrry and fol
lowing the match. It wag a good gam only
from the point of view that it waa closely
contefted. They halved the first three.
Dickinson won the fourth and fifth. Ma
gee driving out of bounda. The sixth and
seventh were halved. Mage missed an
easy putt on the eighth. Dickinson did like
wise and Magee won the hole, leaving him
one down. Dicklnron made two dubs, driv
ing for the ninth. Magee won the hole end
evened the match. Magee Won the tenth,
but missed two eaay putts on the eleventh
and Dickinson tied him. Magee won the
twelfth, fourteenth and seventeenth boles
and the match. Summary:
Morning play, championship division:
J. P. Magee, Omaha, defeated Paul Hyds,
Wichita, 8 up and 4 to play.
Warren Dickinson, Des Moines, defeated
J. W. Hughes, Omaha, 6 up and t to play.
J. P. Magee. Omaha, defeated Warren
Dickinson, Des Moines, 8 up and 1 to
Director' division, morning play:
George Kinney, Burlington, la., defeated
Robert Fullerton. Jr., Des Moines, 3 up and
2 to play.
F. Hale, Des Moines, defeated W. O.
Sternberg, Wichita, 6 up and 4 to play.
George Kinnev, Burlington, la., defeated
George Barrows, Kansaa City Country
club, 1 up.
F. Hale. Dea Moines, defeated R. 8. Mo
Intokh, Kansas City, Evanston, 2 up and
1 to play.
Secretary's division, morning play:
Albert Cahn, Omaha, won by default.
C. H. Martin, Des Moines, defeated A.
W. Carpenter. Burlington. Ia., 2 up and 1
R. E. Hawkins, Minneapolis, defentsd J.
A. Abbott, Omaha, 2 up and 1 to play.
Albert Cahn, Omaha, rerfcheajaeml-finali
Consolation division, morning plsy:
F. K. Cahoon,. Wichita, defeated tt. If.
Sprague, Omaha, 1 up. nineteen holee.
H. C. Sumney, Omaha, defeated A. V.
Klnsler, Omaha, 2 up, 1 to play.
R. W. Hodge, Kansas City, defeated H.
C. Sumney. Omaha. 4 up, 3 to play.
-, President e division, morning play:
J. B. Rahm, Omaha, defeated J. C.
Fenna, Kansas City. 3 up, 3 to play.
W. n. Ham-Iter. Omaha, won by default.
J. J. Elbert, Dea Molncs, defeated Har
low Hurley, 4 up, 8 to play.
J. C. Cummlna, Dea Moines, defeated E.
D. Clary, Burlington, 6 up, 4 to play.
W. M. Flble, Kansas City, defeated D.
V. Bholes, Omaha, 1 up.
W. H. Amnions, Dea Moines, defeated E.
V. Lewis, Omaha, 6 up, 4 to play.
J. B. Rahm, Omaha, defeated (Jrant
Chamberlain. Hutchinson. 6 UP. 6 to play.
J. J. Elbert, tDea Molnea, defeated Peter
lierKey, t up, 3 to piay.
Baae Ball at Walthlll Carnival.
WALTHILL, Neb., June 2.-SFeclal.)-The
Walthlll Indian base ball club has
arranged the following schedule of games
to be played during the carnival June 2j
to July 4. inclusive: jacKson, June tj; if-
kamah, Tuesday, June 30; Bancroft,
Wednesday, July 1; Homer, Thursday,
July 2; Horfman House clun, moux city,
Friday, July 8, and Sioux City Dows, Sat
urday, July 4. The games will be called
promptly at 2 p. m. each day of the car
nival In order to allow time for the other
sports that will take place during the re
mainder of the afternoon. The Walthlll In
diana will exert every effort to win every
one of the six games scheduled for the
week. The fastest teama In northeast Ne
braska and western Iowa will be seen on
the Walthlll grounds during this carnival.
Baa Ball at Fort Omaha.
The Union Pacific shops team will play
the Signal corps team on the grounds at
Fort Omaha Saturday, June 27. A good
game ia anticipated.. aa the Union Pacifies
will make every effort to retrieve thalr de
feat at Fort Omaha on June 6. The gajne
will be called at 3 p. m. sharp. No ad
mission. The lineup:
Signal Corps. , Union Pacific.
Perkins Left J. Casey
Guthrie Center English
Simeox Right B. Casey
Radcllff First C. Clair
Stokas ....Second Gibson
Wells Third Dougarly
Nepper Short Mdluigan
Halbe Catch E. Clair
Shi-rer Catch Dana
Casa Pitch Riley
McGee Pitch Brobeck
Wither Wlna from Weatern.
WILBER. Neb.. June 24 (Special.) Wll
ber won here today from Western in a
loosely played gama. Shestak, In th box
for Wilder, pitched a good game, but his
support was ragged at times. Score:
R H E
Wllber ; 0 0 4 1 3 2 1 0 -lb 16 5
Weatern 1 0001 06OOT7 7
Earned runs: Western. 1; Wllber, 2. Bat
teries: Vanl.iew and Waldorf, Shestak and
Storkan. Htruck out: By VanLlew, 6; by
Shestak, 10. Two-baae hit; J. Balderson.
Three-base hit: Chaloupka. Double play:
Tiobougli to Shlmonek to Balderaon. Um
Bellevae Town aad Field Clah.
Bellevue' town team will be the op
ponent of the Field club base ball team
Saturday afternoon at the Field club
grounds. Th line-up:
Field Club. . Bellevue.
Abbott First Base Barney
Dauglierty - Second Base..... Nolan
.. i tura tiaae Kurr
.. Shortstop Langhine
.. Left Field iTrent
... Center Field Farrand
.. Right Field....
Cambridge Loses on Errors.
CAMPRIDQK. Neb.. June (Special
Cambridge waa defeated by Red Cloud In
the aame played here yesterday afternoon.
Two of Cambridge's fast players made five
errors, which gavs the visitor the gam.
r ugate a worn in the nog waa immense.
Score by Innings: R.H.E
Cambridge 00100100 01 8
Red Cloud 0 6002000 0-7 6 3
Batteries: Cambridge, Fugat snd Rohrer;
R d Cloud, Cbgg and Schoonover. Struck
out: By Fugate. 16; by Clegg, 10.
Beeuaer Defeat Travelera.
BEEMER. Neb.. June 28 -(Special Tele
gram.) A good game of ball wa played
here yraterday with the Arlinasus
Travelers the home team wining by a
acore of 6 to 8, Beemer winning game by
bunching hit at th right time. The cota:
Ark. Traveler .... 0 0 0 1 1 . 0 1-3
Ueemer 0 0 0 2 0 1 I 06
Hlta: Traveler. 6; Beemer 7; Errnrai
Travelers. 6: Beemer. 6. Batteries; Arkan
sas Trevelert, L'yer and Cook; Reenter.
Fehlman and Felilman. Umpire: Heald.
Sterllaaa at Coaaell Bluffs.
The Council Bluffs Hankers and th
terll-.iaa of Omaha Will ulay this after
noon at Ideal Huktlers park, Cornell Bluffj.
Tbe Sterllnga move In fast company and
the barker have recently atrsngthened
their team. The fame will start at t 'Ju.
Lineup of the bankers; Render, c; Cooler,
p.; Peterson, lb.; Jurgena, 2b.; Robinson,
aa; Rose, 2b.; Bosnian, If.; Boyne, cl.;
Norfolk Defeat 6taala.
TANTON. Neb., June 24.-I Special.)
Norfolk defeated Stantun in an Indifferent
game of baa ball here today. The acore
aa 8 Io 3. Krror and muff were th
chief cause of defeat. Batteries: For Nor
folk, Host and Hoffman ; for Stanton,
Hartman and Hopper. l'mplre: Whatrn.
h. VESTS O THK Itl VHO TRACK
Kin Cabala Wlaa Swift IMeVce at
PHEFPS11KAD BAY. June 2R-Klng Co
balt, running to his rKt inrm ana conced
ing weight to Ms Held, easily won the
Swift slakes, seven furlongs, on tlie main
course today, defeating Firestone and 11 s
elan. Eight fast sprinter went to the post
4r the race. King Cobalt won b two
lengths, while Firestone heat Hessian a
m-ad for the place. Hessian could not
make up lost ground, but was running
! very strong at tle end. Summary:
. r'r' race. 3-yar-olda and up. six and a
half furlongs, main course: RoscIhh ii:17.
Tsotter, 8 to 5 won, Bouquet ni'2. Slireve,
o second, Jubilee 1112, Miller, 10 to 1)
m. nme: i:m I imher also ran.
Second race. .inlM-h.M, miiim. .Kai
two miles: 8t. Kevin (114. CnmhVVv." 6 to 11
won. Banner U3M. Lvru-h. a i.i li i,d
Expansionist nvt ii.Mr a . A
lime: 4:0tt. Motor. Ka.iulr and Paprika
?.rn- 1-ocked rut and Jig Music f.V
1 bird race, the Rosebuds, 2-vear-old f 41
Ilv 'rlongs, Futurity course: Fore
uio. t.arner, 6 to 1) won. Hsnonia U. K.
Dugan, ) to 1) eecond, Gold View (106,
Morner. 25 to H thir.t Tim., i .rMu
aonal. Counterpane and Lady Swift also
Fourth race, the Swift stakes. S-vt-ar-olds,
if, . .rlons"' rn"ln course: King Cobalt
i Ti Mcranlel, 8 to 1) won, Firestone ml.
Miller io to 1 second. Hessian tlln. Du
gan. 10 to 1 third. Time: l:iSS- Live Wire.
Spooner Nimbus, Fond Heart and Nota
sulga also ran.
r lftn race. 8-reai-olds an4 un aeiiins
?" nte and a quarter, turf course the
rvi.ney nisra Biases: Crack Shot (W, E.
Duanrj. 6 to 11 a. nr. T. ,1, x-....
to 101 aecond, Long Bell (R6, Teach, 3 to
a ii !hln, ,TI'": 2:iS-Y Chantllly. Lally,
urn auu lenancy ny courtesy also
Sixth rare, the Bannock- Burn stakes, 2-year-old
maidens, selling, five furlongs. Fu
turity course: Wanonora (116. Notter. 6 to
21 won. Star Thistle (lis, McCarthy, in to
?! ,c0.nL Wgtervllrt (l4, E. Dugan. 10 to
I) third. Time: l-:00. Primrose League, Tax.
Idermist. Verbatim, Century Rov, Nedllm,
CtKjuet, Yankee Tourist. Clef. Snaff, Ethe
rlsl. O. V. Kid. Osrland. Take One. New-
ui v, r.ini una anmro siso ran.
CINCINNATI, O., June 2.-eummry at
First race, five and one-hnlf furlonr:
riume (M, Powers, 8.14 sliaightl won.
Admonish GOS. Butlv, IS.20, placet second.
Fair Messngr (106, Pickens, 310.76. show)
third. Time: 1 :os. Miss Hspeburg. Ser
enade. Harriet Rowe. t.old Lake. Bueno
A ita. Musette W.Lady Hawthorne, Pro
cla. Gold Slipper.. Lillian Ray and Mra.
Sew ell run.
.SfS."'1 rac- l,vo furlongs: Joe Gartens
"li- lynn- f7l,nn- straight,) won. Olamahala
10i. Skirvln, Slfi.oO, placej second, Turlev
(107. Martin, 819.10, show third. Time:
1:014.. Teddy Bear. George Dlllion. Gov
ernor Wilaon, Camel, Console, Bclopllc.
Lomond, Jupiter Joe, Mlnto, Elgin and
TblM race, sevfn hirlongs: Geneva B.
(36, Rogers, $22 40, straight) Won, Deacon
MOH, Robinson. 32D.SO. plare) second. Hsiel
Thorpe (Inf., Powers, as.lft. show) third.
Time: 1:27. Hollow, Durable, Mnllsso,
Hyperbole, Aunt Rose,. Bell Nina, Topsy
Robin, Honest and Mias Vigilant ran.
Fourth race, Latonla Oaks, one mile and
one-quarter; Cliullta (ll, Powers 811.10,
straight) won. Lady Martha (lflft. Martin,
86.B5, place) aecond, Ikyrf (109. Butler, 3t.V,
show) third. Time: i;j4v Ellen A. Dale
Fifth race, mile: MrqUetta (W Ross,
117.40, straight) won. Prince Ahmed U12,
Powers, 3(5.36, plate) gecond, S'r Clegi-s (101,
P.urton, 86 60, how) third. Time: l:3fj.
Dainty Dsme ran.
Sixth race, mile and one-sixteenth: Mir
ter (K6. Powers, 311.85, straight) won, Mary
Talbot t (lo5, Butler, 8W.45, place) gecond.
Hostile Hyphen (110, Troxler, 8K.65, showl
third. Time: 1:40V Kennewlelt. Solo
Dance, Separator, Washakie, Vansel, Tar
quln, Jim Listen Mason and Hen Sand
BIG DAY AT THE BLATRICE R eI
Merehaata Take ft Holiday to Swell
BEATRICE, Neb., June :. f Special T,le
egrani.) Today was Beatrice nay at tlv.t
circuit races and the :nerchan:s generally
closed their plai 4s of business In order to
swell the attendance at the park. The
crowd numbered about 8.00o. The track
record lor 3-year-old waa broken. Sum
mary: :i trot:
Clay Center f...
Margaret X'. Bee
Time: 2:18; 2:2u; 2:!.
Time: 2:17; 2:18; 2:18.
Carafe. Jr 1 2
Check Hart 3 1 2 1
Time: 2:27; l:2; 2.3.1; r.WM.
Three-fourtha mile, running: Don Ben
nett!, won: Artful Dodger, second; Contin
uance, third. Governor Folk also ran.
Wrestling at Marshall town.
MARSH ALLTOWN, la., June .-Special.)
Three wrestling matches, the princi
pal on between George Turner of Grin
nell and All, "The Turk," of Chicago, In
which Joseph A. Angelsberg, a local wrest
ler of this city, waa erlously Injured, were
pulled off here Wednesday night aa the
closing feature of the state Eagles' con
vention. While wrstllng In a preliminary
with Dr. Roy Turner of Floyd, la., Angels
berg was thrown to the mat, and he fell
In such a way that he fractured the
humerus of his left arm and dislocated the
elbow Joint. Turner waa to throw him
twice 1n half an hour, but the ecclden:
stopped the match after It had been in
progress twenty minutes and before Turner
hkd secured a fall.
Turrr threw All twlre out of three, and
Lewis Young of Grlnnell got two fulls out
of three from Lloyd Jenkins of Newton.
Latonla Summer Meeting.
CINCINNATI. O.. June 2.-The Latonla
summer meeting will run its full course, of
forty-one day and .unfounded rumors of-
Vadium Height IE !?
Hand Aladc 2 for 25c
Are Full Strength Collars not strained in the making.
Ordinary Two-for-a-Quarter Collars are weakened by
machine proceea. Haifa
strength to suit with, the
quickly lose their shape and
soon go to pieces.
Full Strength Lasting Style
Keep tab and see 37
sn earlier t losing have mi t lih off I; lal
ilcnlsl llolll tlie JocRcv club. I lie 111, in.
as- men I o! the dark nimle formal ami em
phatic siiTMnincemt-nt t'Viay tliat the ni.-t
Ing would not he shortened, but that all
la,-, a would be run In accordance with con
Ualoiis fixed and approved by the Ken
tucky Stale Racing commission.
OM4II4. IIORK l.tlMlim VtlKrl
W . II, MrCord's Ralnalorni Taking;
Kverythlag al Knallsh Shnna.
Pome days ngo In looking through a Lon
don horse show pa tier W. H. Mct'ord siw
a picture of a horse immiT Sainstorm
which lie lliouglit looked Very much like
the lioree lie drove at the Omaha show
last year, and which lie named after him
self and matched with his Whirling Cloud.
Friday his susplrlon was found Io be war
ranted whtn lie recclwd a letter from hie
Coachman. James, who Is In London, at
tending the International horse show. Tlie
coachman wrote of beliiK st lite show the
night before snd seeing Mr. McCord s horse
carry off second honors. Imiulry showed
that the horse bad been carving off every
thing before holm In several shows where
he bad entered the ring. The groom pat'ed
tlie horse and wrote that he looked about
as he did while In ttnaha. He is now
cwned b.v Mr. Wlnans of l.ondon. by whom
be was bought In Boston Inst fall from a
,f1rm to whom lr. McCord had sold hint.
Mr. McCord lias loaned his male., lilrllng
Cloud, to the State Agricultural college at
Ames, la., for breeding purposes.
COLLINS TO RE I SKI) AS TEST
Jorkey Mnb to Take Anti-Pet ting;
Law Into tonrt,
NEW YORK, June M The determina
tion of the Jockey club to make use of the
arrest of Melville Collins to secure a Ju
dicial Interpretation of the new antl
gambling laws was Indicated today when
Collins was again taken before Justice
Bischoff and clinrgcd with violating tlie
nrw laws bv making a wager at the
Sneenshcad Bay track. Collins was ar
rested several rirfvs apo by a detective etn-
fdovrd by the management of the Sheeps
lead Bay track and was held In ball by a
He was charged with having received 8.1
wagered upon the result of a rare.
Harlow Wins Handicap.
COLUMBUS. O.. June 2t. Fred Harlow
of Newark, t)., won the Grand American
handicap today, to shoot off at the Ar
lington range Willi his rival, Woolford Hen
derson of Lexington. Ky. Harlow broke
eighteen out of twenty birds and Hender
son broke seventeen out of twenty. Tha
two men tied yesterday for first honors,
each breaking ninety-two out of ino tar
gets. As a special closing feature of the
Grand American shoot A. H. Hardy of
Lincoln. Neb., said to be the world's great
est rifle and pistol shot, will give an ex
hibition. Maroon Throws Knla.
Albert Marcon threw Joe Kula at Barton
hall in South Omaha Thursday night In
one hour and twenty-live minutes before a
crowd of about fiOfl people. Gus Mewls wa
reft ree. At Hie conclusion of the bout Joe
Bennett and John lloldcn challenged th
Nat Thornton Wins Can.
NEW ORLEANS. La., June 24. Nat
Thornton of Atlanta won permanently the
cup at the Guir States Tennis singles by
defeating Esmond Phelps of New Orleans.
"Water It nee on Missouri.
LAWRkNCF.. Kan., June 2. (Si e-lal
Telegram.) Lnwwenrn and Sedgwick (Ka.i.)
swimmers will dkinpete July 4 In a sixty
mile water rare, to Kansas City.
Klonx City Second Thursday.
KEARNEY. Neb.. June 25. Spotting Ed
itor Tlie Bee: What team held aecond place
in the Western league lietiuaut race Thurs
day, June 25? A SUBSCRIBER.
Ans. Sioux City,
were tied for first.
Omaha and Lincoln
Palms neat Rangers.
The Palm Junlora defeated the Birming
ham Rangers Friday morning by the acore
of 1J to 8. The features of the game were
tlie pitching of Bennett -find the two home
runs of Baltter. The Palm Juniors Would
like to hear from teams under 12 years of
Mandrn Park Want Games.
Tiie Manden Parks of Smith Omaha
would like to hear from the Diamond C s,
Benson Merchants, White Steamers, South
Omaha Kovals. MId-Cllya and the H. H.
Kings preferred. White W. Fitsstmmona,
South Omaha, Neb., care Armour & Co.
Poor old Joe Vila.
Kind In Lincoln to lose anyway.
What more Is needed now to give th
Yankees the pennant?
The culis have hit their pace and ar
pioceeding to pile 'em up.
Hurrah ai d hurrah, old St. Loula la in
first place and still going.
Perrlr.g Is back in the game for Clev
aldn and playing good ball.
Kid Elherfleld for manager! Fine Incen
tive for orderly ball players, eh?
Some how or other New York Just doesn't
look like the Amerlcsn league champs.
Only two men on each Pueblo and Omaha
failed to hit Thursday, King and Fialier
were the Omaha men.
Old Isbell celebrated his return to Chi
cago with two hits, but one fatal error that
helped lose the game, for the Sox. -
Omaha got more hits tham Pueblo
Thursday, but fewer runs. Hall lost his
game by forcing in a run with the bases
Stone bas been out of the gam all werk
because of gelling too hot. But the old
Browns keep pressing forward just the
Juat before h rpilt tlie management i)f
the Highlanders Griffith struck McAleer
for a trade on Pelty, oft ring Htahl for hi in.
Jim couldn't hear Clark.
An Auto Collision
means many bad bruises, which Buck'.en'
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