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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: SATURDAY. M'hY 4. 100$.
Sioux City Crowds Omaha Out of Lead in the Western; Pittsburg-Still in First Place in National
PIRATES SnDT 013T CUASPIONS
Pittsburg National! Tighten Their
Hold on Firtt Place.
WILLIS TOO MUCH FOE CHICAGO
Overall ftad Lwudgrea Art Hit Freely,
Doubles ! a, Triple ly C lark
Flanrlna In the Run
Catting?. PITTSBURG. July 3 - nttsburg tight,
ened their hold on ftrt place today by
shutting out Chlosigo by 7 to 0. Score:
B.H Q. AX.
4 0 !!. cf...
4 a t o
lM-h, in.,.. 4
Cl.rko. if.... 4
W'anr. as... 1
Ah tlrhln. Ib. 4
I Sharkarl .If.. 4 0 4 1
1 OHovart, rf... 0 1 t 1
1 OChmr. lb. . t 0 I 1
t osietnfeidt. lb 4 t 0 1 0
I IMirn, 4 T 4
4 1 Herman, tb. . 4 4 1 1 t
0 OTlnker, aa.... t 1 4 0
4 Drrall. p.... 1 I 4 4
Lundiren, p.. 3 1 4 0 4
Totala II 4 14 t I
Kino, lb .... 4 0 U
Wllann, rt.... 4
nibann, e 4
Willi p t
Total! 14 11 2)
Pittsburg 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 7
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Two-bss hits: Leach, Willis, Pletn
feldt. Three-base hlu: Leach. Clarke.
Sacrifice hit: Willis. Stolen banes:
Thomas. Lsach 2. Abbatlchlo. Sheckard.
Base on balls: Off Willis, I: off overall,
2: off Lundgren, 1. Struck nut: By
Willis, 4: by Overall.""!; by Lundiren. 2.
Left on Vmses: Pittsburg, ; Chicago, fi.
Hits: Off overall. 4 In three Innings; ott
Lundgren, In five Innlnrjs. Time: 1:40.
Umpires: Johnston amd Emalle.
Philadelphia, ia Outplayed.
NEW TOBK. July t Philadelphia wm
outplayed by the home team today. Spark
waa relieved after tha fifth inning, but
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. CITY PROPERTY POR SALD
A. P. TUKEY & SON
INSIDE VACANT LOTS
Ye are authorized to sell the list of lots named below on very
easy terms. Most of the lots lie on Cass and Chicago streets, be
tween 31st and 32d. Take the Harney ear to 32d street, then go
south to Cass. This neighborhood is being improved very rapidly
and is one of the most desirable residence districts in Omaha.
Lot 4, Hillside Reserve $1,250.00
Lot 5, Hillside Reserve $1,250.00
Lot 6, Hillside Reserve $1,250.00
Lot 7, Hillside Reserve $1,250.00
Lot 8, Hillside Reserve $1,250.00
Lot 10, Hillside Reserve $1,100.00
Lots 15 and 16, Hillside Reserve, both, $1,250.00
Lot 19, Hillside Reserve $1,600.00
Lot 4, block 2, Hillside No. 1 $1,250.00
Lot 1, block 3, Hillside No. 1 .$750.00
Warranty deed and abstract furnished with each lot. Sold
subject to the county taxes for the year 1908, and subject to all
special taxes not yet delinquent. Select a desirable lot for a home
in progressive Omaha.
AVe live 312G Chicago street and will show you these lots on
Saturday any time during the day. t
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
445 Board of Trade Bldg. " ""
Office Rhone, Douglas 2181. Residence Phone, Harney 2176.
J. W. ROBBINS
' NEW HOMES
3,800 IK S. 43d St. (pavedl, new 6-room
modern house, finished In hardwood
throughout and beautifully deco
rated. It Is a gem and different
from what you will see elsewhere;
or will lease for a term at an attrac
tive rental to a good party. Coma
In and let me show It to you, for it
will please you.
J 4,00O-3f.th and Marcy, new 8-room mod
ern house, oak finish downstairs; a
very attractive place, close In; or
will rent at 336 per month
CHEAP BUILDING LOTS
1 GiO60 ft. on Pratt St. (paved), west of
24th St. CHEAP.
900-Fine lot on 4: St. (paved), south of
9T0 fifixlJ4, on Ieavenworth and S5th
Ave.; room for two houses.
I 1,000 Full lot on 16th St.. near Madison
l!5,onn to ft. on Farnam, east of 24th.
8KB MB FOR OTHER BARGAINS.
IOHN W. ROBBINS. 1! FARNAM ST.
(19 MTH 6
TOIt SALE Frame stores and flats at 24ih
and Maple Sta. I Prlca 13,750. Terma easy.
Now rented at $18 per month. A good In
vestment. CREIOH SONS & CO.,
08 Bee Bldg. '
(19) M71S 6
Btrlctlv up-to-date bungalow containing
reception hull, parlor, two bedchambers,
bathroom, pantry, kitchen and two clon
tm. birch woodwork; all rooms attrac
tively papered. Cellar filllv c-mened. not
water heat, piped for gas and wired f r
leeirlc light, Kast front lot 42x125. locaia.l
luat ncrth of Field club, lo.1i) a. Mh Ave.,
Price ;;.uj; ll.im) cash; balance 3i per
C. O. CARI-BEKG, 9U N. Y. I IFE.
TViuhle Brlcli Flat In Hanseom Park
f 9 rooms each, first floor In oak, with
every modem Improvement; can be
bought at a bargain.
T. D. WEAD, Wead Blk., Hth and Farnam.
Stll Lafayett Ave.
Ail modern t rooma.
Thorns Harney 3466.
FOR KALE OR RENT Brick residence;
& rooms; extensive grounds; walking
distance; suitable for residence, hospital
or club houaak C. 1L Bruan, 4'7 Biown
5-It. cottage on 24tii St., near Lake, east
front; owner Uvea In California: needs
money; says nffei at once; thla is susp.
F. D. WBAD, Wead Blk., ISth and Farnam.
UAU ESTATE TITLE TRUST fn
w ClUS. E. WILLIAMSON. Prea.
LIST our property with Chris Boyer. t:4
and Cuming Sta (l) C13
BKl A baTKACT CO.. : la. Iromps
aeivws. Cvt uur iiricaa. Ui limim s.
Crandnll displayed good a avlng qualltlei
and won cleverly. Score:
NEW TORK. PHILADELPHIA'
B.H.O A.E B.H O.A.K.
T-nni-T. lb . 4 4 4 1 IHr.nl. Jh ...4 I I I I
Doyle, lb.... I t I 4 IKn.l... lb ... 4 4 1 a
llr-inahan. c. 1 I I 1 4 Tltua. rf I I 1 4
IKinlln. rf ... I 1 DMiim, If I 4 4 4 4
R -rmnur. ct . 4 4 14 r Branafiaid. lb I I t 4 I
Iwlln. lb 4 t 1 I Odanoras. cf...l 4 114
Shannon, If... I 114 4lnlln, aa...,4 I I 0
prMw.ll. aa.,4 1 I I 0 ! win. a 4 4 1 1 1
Iranian. ... 4 4 11 USnarkn. p 14 14 4
( feirtney, p .t 4 0 4 4
Total! 14 10 17 14 BUhie. p 1 4 1 1 0
Total! 17 10 24 1J 4
Batted for "parka in ninth.
Philadelphia 1 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 f 3
New York 0 1 3 0 3 1 0 0 -8
Two-base hits: Prnnsfield (2). Doolln (2).
Thret-base hit: Do'ul'n. Bacrliice htis:
Knabe, Brnahan (2), Doyle, Devlin. Stolen
bases: Grant, Titus. Ix-tt on bases: Phila
delphia. 11; New York. . Bases on balls:
Off Sparks. 2; off Kicliie. 1; off Crandall, 3.
hirst base on errors: Philadelphia. 2; New
York. 2. Hit bv pitched ball: By Sparks, 1.
Struck nut: l y Sparks. 1; by Crandall, 2.
Time: 2:(0. Umpire: RUller.
Donble-llrnder at Florence.
There will bo two game t Florence Sat
urday, the first game with the Fort Omaha
Soldiers, will be culled at 2:30 sharp. The
s-cond name will be with the Council Bluffs
trainmen. The trainmen will have three
special cars to haul the rootera from the
Florence. Position. Bonders.
Kinney Center Guthrie
parr I.cft Perkins
Carey Right Kadc Iff
Htlrk First Booth
Tracy Second Slmrox
Trowbridge Third Stoker
Carlow Short Nepper
Williams Catch ..Sherer and liable
Baker Fitch McGee
Hyatt Pitch Cass
Mid-Cltra Flay Benson.
The Mld-Cltys will play a double-header
with the Benson team Saturday at Thir
teenth and 11 streets. South Omaha be
ginning at 1 p. m. The Mld-Cltys also will
play a double-header Sunday on the same
grounds with th Diamond C'a and Victor
. $100 Cash.
6H acres, 31.426.00.
1 mile west of Benson.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Floor. N. Y. I Bldg.
Tels. Doug. 1781. A 1188.
HOME PLACE LOTS
NOT FAR OUT
WILL BUY A 1XT
ON LAKE STREET
EAST OF 18TH (SOUTH FRONT)
A beautiful south front lot. slightly above
the strett grade, with brick paved street,
cement walk, sewer, city water and gas;
convenient r the Sherman Ave. and Dodga
street cur lines; best lot bargain in Omaha
and on very easy terms; slse up this
firoperty and see us without delay, aa the
ols are nearly all sold.
Tel. Doug. 9)3.
WEST FARNAM STREET.
Two elegant modern brick residences In
West Farnam street district, one block
from street car; everything In flrst-claaa
shape, tl.noo each.
First Floor New York Life Building.
24TH ST. BARGAIN.
6-r. hous and full lot, east front, south of
Lake St.. 1,). F. D. Wead. ln Far
nam St. t!9) M6.3 6
FARM AX D RANCH LAXD POR BALB
TRAMPING LAKE, Saskatchewan and
Southern Alberta selected lands, 38 to tU
per acre, tiettlers secure farms on crop
payment plan. Agenls wanted. Write
Lundy A (iundy. Dept. B, Union Bank
Bldg., Winnipeg. t2U) MM
AGENTS WANT EO To sell Canadian
lands In their locality; must be hustlers:
I1ber.1l commission and written contract,
(olden West Land Co. 323 Jackson St.,
St. Paul. Minn. (20) M7i6 4x
GOOD FARMING LAND Near Denver.
Greek y district; wells IS to 40 feet; abun.
dan. e of moisture; genersl farming. In
cluding corn raising; one crop pais for
Si-3 Brandels Bldg. Oiriaha'Nesn
WlNTFIl W'J, ki.v. .air.rtl lhAiic.n.l
f acres of good Colorado lands for sals; ws
want gotxt. live agents to represent ua,
Globs La,nd and iuvestment Co , Omaha,
K.fOO acrea of eastern Montana farm lands
for sale at 34 60 per acre. A snap for a
quick buyer. lilllns lajan and Title com
(aa. Billings. Mont (20 Ma
FR SALE 100 aeies McLean rouniar.
I Nortli laaoa. six miles fiom Marvey;
j teven elevatoia ia llsrvcy. 64 No. Main
i LL C. iilulfs. t-W-tib6 r
SIOUX GO INTO FIRST PLACE
Duckey and Hii Band Do Things to a
Pair of Des oMines Pitchers.
LOOSE FIELDING HELPS ON RUNS
Dea Mnlne rseta After Starr In the
Seventh, bat Crutcher Is Puliatl
tnted and the Rally la
Headed Off. i
SIOUX CITT. Ia.. July S.-Sloux City by
winning from Dcs Moines today went Into
the lead. Although Fltcher Starr weak
ened In the seventh, when two singles and
a two-bagger by Flournoy, who batted for
Ford, were made oft his delivery, which,
with two errors, netted four runs, Sioux
City came right back In the last half and
hit Clark, who replaced Ford, for five
singles 'and the lime number of runs.
Weed'a line drive Into left brought over
the two runs which allowed Sioux City to
win, t to 6. Holmes would not take a
chance with Starr after the seventh and
sent Crutcher to the slab, who held the
Boosters safe for the last two Innings.
Both teams played rather ragged ball in
the field, which figured In the run-getting.
Errors of omission were frequent and the
team work of Dea Moines was poor. Score:
AB. U. H. O. A. E.
Green, rf 6 1 2 4 0 0
Holmes, cf 6 3 110 1
Campbell. If S 1 1 1 0 0
Weed, lb 6 117 10
Andreas, 2b 3 12 4 10
Welch, 3b.: 4 1110 0
Granville, ss 3 0 1 t i 1
Henry, e 1 0 0 S 1
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
O'Kenfa 1U . Co.. 1001 N. Y. Llfo Bldg.
PRIVATE MONEY-CASH ON HAND-
ai TM.-T A V T U H ITU L1 V ... . n 4
X1 iIHUAt. as A. HlaAllUHi 4TV&-4J aa? 1
NAT. BANK BILDO. TEL. DOUO. 127S,
PRIVATE MONEY NO DELAY.
QARVLN BROS.. 1004 FARNAM.
PRIVATE MONEY to loan, 400 to W.000;
cash on hand; no delay. J. It. Sherwood,
IS Brandels Bldg. (22) M363
FIVE PER CENT
Money to loau on
Omaha business property.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith Co., 1320 Farnam 8L
1100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
. , UIU. A" . 1. .iiu U . ..a 1.1. S W.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
LOWEST RATES Bemta. Paxton Block.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHL f prices for Id-hand furniture. e.ir
pets, clothes aad shoes. Tel. Douglas 3V71.
BEST prlca paid for t-hand furniture, ear.
pets, alovaa. clothing, shoes. Tsl. Red 440L
WANTED To rent three or four-room flat
with heat; must be close to lth ,and Far
nam. Address P, 685. care Bee.
(26) 632 7x
WANTED To rent In either South Omaha
or Omaha church. Address 221 S. ltth St.
(36) M63T 4X
EXPERIENCED stenogrspher wants posi
tion; can furnish good references. Ad
dress Lowell R. Smith, 1622 Emmet St.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS"
Daniel McCarthy to Ann C. Mc
Carthy, part of lot 21, Redlck's Sec- 1
ond addition $ 3
Paul P. Felthelm to Matthew J.
Plouxek, part of lot 31. Burr Oak.. 2,100
Frank Vlcek and wife to Frank
Krentorad and wife, lot 30, block 3,
Mellas' First addition 650
E. C. Oarvln to George E. Diehl, part
of lot 62. Glees' addition 1.200
Mills Real Estate company to Thomas
F. Stroud, part of lots 1, 2 and 3,
Mock 3, re-plat of Patrick's Third
Saratoga addition 3,500
Be baa 1 Ian Selxle and wife to Martin
A. Schneider, part of lot 6, Hascall
& Rogers' subdivision 200
Frank J. Herinansky to Barbara
Hoffman, part of lot 1, block 12,
Kountze's Third addition 2,100
Ana Tlefenbach to Henry A. McCord,
n28 feet of lot 8 and all of lot 9,
block 6. Klrkwood addition 4,000
O. C. Olsen and wife to Thorvald
Schmidt, nVa of lot 91, Nelson's ad
Merchanta' National Bank to Wm. O.
Chandler, lot 6, block 87. Florence.. 225
H. J. Grove and wife to Anna Manda
vllle. wVt of lots 13 and 14. block 9.
Halcyon Heights 1,400
Anna I.. A. Hiomquist and nusDana to
Ana Tlefenbach. n28 feet of lot 8 and
all of lot 9. block 6. Klrkwood addi
Addle Blodgett et al. to Lloyd Duf
ford, lot 5, block . Kountxe place. 6,300
I-iizle B. Potter and husband to Ella
R. Potter, taxlot 14, se'4 of nw4.
Geo. Fessenden to Geo. W. Long c72.5
feet of lot 39. Elllstone Park place.. 4(0
Minnie F. C. Youngs snd husband to
Wm. O. Nekel. lot 2", block 8. Al
bright's Annex 100
Jennie E. Scarr and hushand to F.llxa
beth R. Caughey. lot 9. block 10.
South Omaha J.500
Evergreen Cnieery aaaoc'atlon of
Snlem, N. Y . to Tra T Raymond,
lot 19. block 8. Walnut Hill 7S0
IT 3. Grove and wife to Geo. W.
Miles. eU of lots 13 and 14. block 9,
Halcyon Heights 1.100
Marv E. Armstrong et al. to Char
lotte A. M. Pwansnn. lots J and S.
block t. Lincoln place 7lfl
Peter Oravert ad wife tn Wm. Zim
merman, lot 15. block 24. Renson . 2,500
Geo. Rrenner and wife t Minnie C.
Feenan. u. of lot 6, block 12. Shull's
Second addition 200
E"a A. McNamara and husband to
George Brenner, same 350
Total '. H4.2E
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES, ETC.
Omaha, Neb., June 30, The Board of
Education of the school district of Omaha
Ir.vites sealed bids fur fuel, cadet uniforms,
stationery, janitors' supplies and printing
for the )er ending June 30, 19u9. Certified
checks must accompany bids as follows:
On bids for cadet uniforms. Janitors' sup-
f tiles and stationery, tou.Ou each. On print
ng 3 rr cent of the amour bid. On hard
coal. 1 100. On soft coal, tooo. Checks to -toe
mads payable to the school district of
Omaha. Circulars of complete Information
can be had upon application to the nmier.
signed. The board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids and to waive any
defect or Informality in any bid should It
be deemed In the Interest of the school
district to do so. All bids will close at 8
o'clock p. m.. July 1.1, into. Send sealed en
velopes containing bids to the undersigned
marked as follows: "Proposals for Sup
plies. J. F. BI RGES3, Secretary, fro City
Hall. Omaha, Neb. J;tdt
SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN UM
14 4U4 ToA Twia-Screw Passenger Steaaaera
' Direst te
Norway, Sweden and Denmark
Silllai fiwa hw York st saoa,
PnH4 Staiao Julr 4 I Hallif Ola Aug 4
C. g Tletgea ... Julr 111 laltr4 Siataa ... .Au. 14
Saloon TI and ar ftrn4 Cab a laT.aa,
A 33. JOMMSOH t CO.,
124) . Kuuit St. CM, tU.
Standing of the Teams
v f i-e i
Pittsburg .. 42 Pi .(27 St. L-11 s ....82 6 1,
l mcsgn :I9 2.) 6 7 t. le e and . .. 4i 1 ..4)
New York... ."i 2-1 . 2 Utr I. ;7 ; Vi
Cincinnati ...34 8.' ,o'."i Chicago 37 2
Philadelphia 2 M .1. Philadelphia X! 31.614
Boston 30 S .441 T-Soston 3D 3 .4-1
St. Louis Jfi 40 m New Yprk....2 4
Brooklyn ... 24 .3.S WashlnRton 2i 41 3 9
Wi stern I eague Dcs Motne at Omaha,
Lincoln at Sioux CL.v, Puerto st Denver.
Nntmnal Ix-ugue Prookln St Boston.
Philadelphia at New York. Chicago at
1 Itthurg. Clncinmitl at Ft. I.ouis.
American Leacue St. l.onl at Chicaso. ,
Ietrolt at Clevelnnd, New York at Wash
ington, I'oston nt Phlladilphla.
American Assorlatlnn Cidumbiis at Louis
ville, Toledo at Indianapolis, Milwaukee at
Kansas City, St. Paul at Minneapolis.
3 1 1
.36 8 12 27 10
nailer, cf i 0
Anderson, ss 4 0
Dwyer, lb 3 0
I Man, 2b 4 1
M.-Laughlln, If 4 1
Fltspatrick. rf 4 1
Nelhoff, Sb 4 1
Ftaedel, c. 2 1
Ford, p 1 0
Clark, p 0 0
Flournoy 1 1
Dexter 1 0
Totals 30 6 7 24 13 4
Batted for Ford In the seventh.
"Batted for Raedel In the ninth.
Bloux City 10012040 8
Des Mollies 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 06
Two-bnse hits: Dolan, Fltxpntrlck, Flour
noy. Sacrifice hit: Barter. Stolen bases:
McLaughlin, Nelhoff (21, Raedel, Holmes
(2), Campbell (2), Andreas. Green. Double
play: Granville to Andreas. Bases on
bslls: Off Star, 4; off Ford, 2. Struck out:
By Ford, 6; by Clark. 2; by Starr, 3; by
Crutcher, 1. Wild pitch: Starr. Ford.
Passed ball: Raedel. Hit bv pitcher:
uranviue. lime; t 11 ours, umpire: mack.
I'l tBI.O WINS A SLOPPY CONTEST
Losers Onthtt ' and Ontflrld the
DENVER. Colo.. July 8.
sloppy game from Denver
The playing was far worse
-Pueblo won a
than the score
Waldron, (f 4 3
tiplclen, ss 4 i
Cassady, rf 6 1
Lovett, If 4 0
Irwin, 3b 6 0
l.auterborn, 2b 6 0
S. McDonough, o ..... 4 1
L'ohannan, lb 3 2
Doll, p 2 0
Adams, p 3 , 0
38 8 12 2 7 20 2
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
Hngrlever. Ib ..3, 2 1 2 2 1
Spencer, If 3 2 1 0 0
Miller, rf 6 2 1111
Matticks, ct 4 1 1 1 0 0
Clark, lb 4 1 1 S 2 0
Corhan. ss 4 0 1 4 1 3
Good, 8b 4 0 1 2 2 0
Mitce, c 3 1 0 10 2 u
Nichols, p 3 0 0 1 1 1
Totals 83 : 10 t tl 12
Denver 3 0030101 08
Pueblo 4 8 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Three-buso hits: Matticks, Casssdy. Home
run: Miller. Stolen base: Hogriever. Sac
rifice hit: Nichols. Bases on balls: Off Doll,
4; off Adams, 1; off Nichols, 2. Struck out:
By DjII, 1; by Adams, 2; by Nichols, 6. Left
on bases: Denver, 8; Pueblo, 2. Double
plays: Doll to Belden to Bohannan; Mc
Donough to Belden; Good to Hogriever to
Clark. Wild pitch: Nlcho(s. Time: 1:40. Um
pire: Brennan. '
GAMES IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Lonlavllle Shuts Oat Colnmbns by
Score of Fonr to Nothing;.
LOUISVILLE, July 3 !oulsvlle won
the first game of thn series from Colum
bus today because thn visitors could not
hit Adams successfully: Score:
B.H.O.A.C. B H O A E
Stanley, ct... I 114 errlel. 3b 4 114 0
Woodruff, If. S
Qulnlan. aa.. 4
Burke. Ib 4
Sullivan, lb.. I
110 OOdwall, or.... 4 2 10 0
0 4 4 OKruier, If 41 1 0 0
10 6 OConaalton, rf. S 4 2 0 0
2 1 1 OJumra. c 4 2 4 4 0
8toT.ll, rf ... I 0 1
Parrlne, Ib... 10 4
Hughea. c... 3 3 7
Adama, p 14 4
0 CKIhm, lb 3 0 4 0 0
I 1 Katdy,
. 4 4
2 OWrlsley, :b.. I 1
1 OQeyar, p.
,10 0 10
Totala 27 27 1C 1 Totala 12 4 24 10 t
Louisville ....... ...2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stolen bases: Sullivan, 2. Two-base hit:
Woodruff. Three-base hits: James. Man
ley. Double playa: ' James to Wrlley;
Burke to Perrlne to Sullivan. Struck out:
by Adams, 3; by Oeyer.-3. Base on balls:
Off Adams, 1; offGeyer, 8. Left on bases.
Louisville, 4; Columbus, 6. Time: i.'ii.
Kansas City Shuts Ont Milwaukee.
KANSAS CITY, July S.-Kansus City
knocked Bateman out of the box In thn
tirst inning, securing five runs. Papee, who
succeeded him, kept the hits well scattered
and waa not scored upjn. t'oore:
KAN8AU CITY. . . MILWAl'KEB.
B H O A E ' li.li.O.A.E.
Nelghbora, rf. I I 4 0 ORasdall, cf... 3 2 6 u 4
t'rnaa, aa 4 1 6 I 0 Hoblnaon, aa. 4 0 4 1 0
Bckley. lb . 4 16 1 VRuth, c 4 14 14
Ura.hear, 2b I 1 1 1 0 Klynil, rf 4 1 1 0 0
(arllala. If... 1110 UCIark, lb 4 10 2 0
tlallraan, cf . J 1 I OM'Chaanpf, If 4 0 0 u. 0
rxiirnla, Ib... 4 4 4 1 1 McCnrm'k. 2b 4 0 1 2 0
Sullivan, c .. 4 0 4 1 Brown, lb.... 114 4 1
Brandon, p... 4 111 OBiUman, p... 0 0 4 1 0
Papa, p I V 1 2 1
Totala 11 14 27 71
Totala 33 llllll
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i
Kansas City 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
" Earned run: Ksnsas City, 1. Two-base
hits: Curll.-de, Randall. Bases on hills: O i
Br.-.ndon, 1; off Bateman, 1. Struck out: Bv
Brandon, 6; Ly I'apce, 4. Hits: off Brandon,
C In nine Innings; orf Bateman. 3 In one
Inning; off Papee, 7 in eight innings. Left
on buses: Kansas City. ,; Milwaukee, 7.
Double play". Brown to Rolitton to brown.
Stolen uase: Brandon. Bacrliice hit: lar
.ise. Ural base on errors: Be.kley, Down!;,
Clark. Hit by itched tali: Carlisle. Time:
1:45. Umpire: Burkhalter.
Diamond C'a and Royals.
The Diamond C's nt Kennedy's park.
South Omaha, will play the Royal team
for a large purse Saturdny. The Diamond
C's have defeated the Royals once this
year, but the Royals say they can't repeat
the victory. The line-up will be as follows:
Diamond C. Royal.
Hollander Catcher Murphy
Hoffman Pitcher Crawford
Boggats First Base Baker
Long Second Base Barrv
Crew Third Base Larkl'n
Anderson Shortstop Kelly
Hopkins Left Field Gaughlh
Zadina Center Field Vance
Behu Right Field Sheehy
Games at Benson.
Nebraska City Eagles' team will play
Benson at Benson Saturdny and Sunday,
each game to be called at 2:30 p. m. Line
ups: Benson. Nebraska Cltv.
Valleau Shortstop Chapman
Whitney .Second Base Steel
Ranackrr Right Field Schnltsen
Rice Catcher Baker
Durkee Third Base Hlggeng
Reinachriber Uenter Field Stall
Rosarau t.ft Field L. Hlagens
Creighton First Base Krusen
Bogatis ....Pitcher Reich ton
Bruggeman Pitcher Golden
Jack Haskell Will Umpire.
'Jack Haskell Is In Omaha again, ready to
umpire at Des Moines, but the doctor or
dered him to the hospital, where ho was
forced to remain for elvht days. His knee
was badly bruised at Pueblo and a couple
of severe cracks at Omaha finished the
head of the Western league staff for a
time. A drainage tube was Inserted to let
the water off his knee and he has now re.
covered. Jack says he has the biggest pair
of cricket ahln guards to be had. snd the
ball may now come as hard aa it can.
Plalavlew Takea la Travelers.
PLAINVIEW. Neb., July 8. -(Special Tele
gram.) The Plainvlew Sterllnga added an
other game to their string of victories to
day by defeating the Arkansas Travelers.
to 6. Tha locals have won two out of three
from the vlaitors and w II play them here
again tomorrow for a 3126 purse. Score:
H H E.
Pter'ings 0 0 S 3 a 1 4 in 4
Traveler 0 It U M t H I 1
OMAHA II AS A DOUBLE-HEADER
Champs Play Des Moines Twice on the
FINISH FLEECE FIGHT ABROAD
Three m Men, Fisher, RartlllT anil
Vophk (iraham. Are Calculated
to strengthen the
Omaha and Pes Moines will play two
games at Vinton street rark Saturday, and
they promise to be two fiercely-fought
games. Des Moines, though In lm. di
vision, Is playing a grade of ball second to
that of no Western league team, and tru
fact that it took two out of three games
In the last series with Omaha makes tlio
Champs determined to win this time snd
the Boosters all tl.e more nnxlou.. An
Index of the work Des Moines Is doing
may be obtained by consulting the score
of the 1 to tl twelve-Inning: gnmo with
Sioux City Thursday. And no tenm In the
league Uxolng faster than the Sioux
As to Omaha, though It Tins lost seven out
of tho last twelve games. It has done great
work to hold a hand on first place, with
all tho teams playing like they are.
The weather man i redicts bright weitlnr,
In which event Vinton street park probably
will be packed Saturday.
narlllff, Another New Man.
In addition to Fisher, Pa hus annexed
Bartllff, another outfielder, who was ob
tained from the St. Louis Nationals. He
has arrived at the Smoke House and lookB
like the goods. He is touted as a comer.
He played with New York and the Cardi
nals at the beginning of the season. What
his place will be with the Rourkes p r
manently Is not yet determined, but Onuiha
fans may get a chance to see htm work
Saturday. One thing is certain In the
minds of Pa and Fiunck, and that Is that
the men who retain permanent places on
the team aro going to have to work for
thehi. Never before has the Omaha niun
agement shown more determination to se
cure a team that would cinch tha pen
nant. Besides Fisher and Bartllff there Is
young Graham, brother of George, an In
flelder of rapid nut Ion and great promlBt).
He may bo utilized to good advantaga In
giving Manager Franck a needed rest or
"spelling" King. The pitching department
ia to be strengthened.
Omaha left homo June 21, In first place,'
two and one-half games ahead of Lincoln;
It returns homo tied with Sioux City for
first place. The Champions have played
twelve games and won five. The result is
disappointing, but the team has been
strengthened, it Is believed, ano will make
a better showing from now on. President
Rourke and Manager Franck are deter
mined to win the pennant at any cost. The
Champs have four games at home on this
stay, two Saturday, one Sunday and one
Monday, Ladles' day, with Dcs Moines.
Then they leave home for Sioux City and
will be back again July 11, with Lincoln.
Summary of Recent Trip.
On the trip Just closed Omaha lost two
out of three games to Des Moines; two out
of five to Pueblo and three out of four to
Denver. Ragan Is the only pitcher who
won a majority of his games. He pitched
three games, losing one to Des Moines and
winning one from Pueblo and one from
Denver. Jackson lost to Des Moines and
won from Pueblo, being relieved In the
former game- by Hollenbeck after It was
lost. Sanders won from Des Moines and
lost to Denver. Hall, like Ragan, pitched
In three games; he lost two and got one.
Ho beat Pueblo once, lost to It once and
lost once to Denver. Hollenbeck lost both
his games, one to Pueblo and one to Den
ver. The team cannot plead "hard luck" for
its losses, entirely, though the fact that It
otithit Its opponents In several games
might signify that fortune did not always
favor It. On the other hand, however, luck
was decidedly with Omaha In the game
It won from Denver. With the score 1 to
0 In favor of the Champions and both
teams playing fast lall, rain put an end
to proceedings In the fifth Inning, thus
giving Omaha a victory whose achieve
ment was uncertain had the game gono Its
Champs Play nreat Ball.
In one or two gomes the Champions
were decidedly off color In their work,
notably In that game where Mr. Ragan
wns so ruthlessly slaughtered over at Des
Moines, but In the majority of cases
Omaha played great ball and lost only
because the other team played greater.
The fact Is there Is little difference be
tween the standard of work the various
teams of the Western league are doing
Just now. With four of them nose and
nose for first place and the other two
fighting for every Inch of ground. It Is
useless to argue this point. It Is perfectly
appaient that the team that wins the
pennant will have to hump.
While Omaha still misses George Graham,
and will continue to miss him, the team
has been strengthened by the addltlo.i of
Fisher, the new outfieldnY whose work In
the west has proven him to be a ball
player. He Is a remarkable Improvement
over Householder, or. at least, the charac
ter of work Householder gave Omaha,
which, everybody knew, was not his best.
Tho release of Householder not only gave
opportunity for placing a faithful man In
left, but It took a big burden and anxlaty
off the mind of Manager Franck. whose
work since has shown a gratifying Im
provement. Tho whole team lias been bene
fited In a similar manner. i
Bartllff and Ills Work.
Bartllff played with nskaloosn, la., last
year and otithit such men as Matticks of
Pueblo, who was on the me team, King
and Fisher of Omaha, also of the unw
team. Bartllff and Matticks played to-
gether for five years consecutively, playing
with school nines in their home city of St.
Louis before launching out professionally.
The new mon played first base for Oska
looss, though he Is a good outfielder. He
may be made first baseman for Omaha
next year when Chick Autrey goes Into
cne of the big leagues, as he certainly will
Bartllff Is a fine appearing young man,
standing six feet and weighing l'o. He Is
trim built, with ruddy complexion and
sandy hair. He Is handsome, a cultured
gentleman and ought to become the ladles'
day star. His power to bat will alone
give Mm a warm reception In Omaha.
I.lneno of the Teams.
Here are the lineups of the teims for the
Fourth of July games:
Omaha. Poslt'on. Des Molius.
Autrey First base Dwyer
King Pecond bass .Dolan
Austin Third base Nell iff
Franck Shortston And rs m
Fisher. .'. Left flel 1 Flo"rnov
Welch "enter f e d B ider
Belden Risht field Fltsratrl -k
Unnding J"at-iier Raedel
I.eBrand Catcher Dexter
Sanders f I cher Bcnner
Ragan Pitcher (iaik
Hollenbeck Pitcher Witherun
Hall Pitcher Ford
Jackson Pitcher Nelson
Y. M. C. A. Defeats Traveling; Men.
BEATRICE. Neb.. July 3 . (Sreclal Tele
pram.) In a listless game this evening the
Y'jng Men s Christian association In the
City league won from the Traveling Mens
nine by the score of 13 to 1.
Dleta Teams Ont of Town.
The Diets Lumber company turn will
iilaj' dulfhlA-htaulcr eaniM ul LaU ammr.
aay st i.yons with Ire TrRsmsh team.
PI FN TS ON IMF. RUNNING TRtrKt
Far West Win l.oai lalnnfl llandlcna I
at Ukrriiahrail liny.
SHEKPSHEAD LAY. V. . July 3-
Far West, a desnired outsider. runniiiK at '
hia best won the I Ainu Island l.ndCH ,
mile and a furlong, tit Sneepshi ud Pay
today, defeating Jack Atkln In a hard
diiw. Far West was txcellently ridden
by Flll-rt. the California Jockey- Dun
delion v.s a big disappointment. Westburv
snd Tourenne raced lead and head to tho
stretch. Here Jack Atkln took t lie lead,
but almost Immediately Far West moved
up and Joined him. Far West won by
three-quarters of a lensth, wlih Jack At
kln second and Gold l ady third. Klherlnl
won the Pansy stakes, six furlongs, on
turf, In 112S. a iuw track record tor tho
First race, the Firestone, for 2-yesr-olds,
five and one-half furlongs: Fitsherberi
(l-'2. B:. Dugan, 1 to 5) won; Harrigau (117,
J U-e. 7 to 1) second; Practical (ill Miller.
3D to 1) third. Time: 1:07S- Mystify, Merry
Knight, (lus Helm, hpectaueaa, Wild
Pigeon also ran.
Second race, the Good ajid Plenty, s'eeplo
chase. selling, about m and one-half
miles: W'ateifpeed (I3 Davidson, 7 to li
won. Rocket (l:- Mi Klnnev, 7 to 21 second,
Prince of Pll-en (137, Lynch, 7 to 2) tliltd.
rime: 5:"VV Expansionist and Cuban
also ran; King Castle pulled up.
Third ince, the Pansv. for 2-vear-olds.
selling, six furlongs: Ktherlal (89, Upton.
J to 1) wi n, High Range (102. Shreve, 7 to
2) second. Tuhnn (HI, Mccaliev, 16 to 5l
third. Timo: 1:12,. Sand Piper, Urania,
Lady Ztlina, o, L'. Kid and Ruble also
Fourth race, June handicap, the Long
Island, for S-year-olds and upward, one
mile nnd one-eighth: Far West (WO, Gil
bert, 20 to 1) won. Jack Atkln (123. Nottor,
3 to 1) second. Gold l.ady tlo7. Garner. 10 to
1) third. Time: 1:52. Dandelion. Arclte.
Weatbury. Touraine, Old Honesty, Homo
Again and Montgomery also ran.
Fifth race, the Advance Guard handicap,
for 3 year-olds and upward, one mile and
a quarter, turf course: D'Arkle i9.", Mc
Carthy. 50 fo 1) won, Prince Chlng (KM.
Musgrave, 1 to 1) second. Miss Crawford
014. K. Dugan, 9 to 10) third. Time: 2:0.1s.
Pins and Needles, l.ally, Killlekranklo and
Fnran D'Or also ran.
Sixth race tho Africander, for 8-year-olds
and upward, non-winners nt this meet
ing, selling, mile: Colonel While tins. Mil
ler, 13 to 61 won, Molrsny (13, Musgrave,
B to 1) second. Rockstone (103, Garner, 5
to 2) third. Tune: 1:40. (low an, Enston,
Import, okenite, Grinmldl. Sukev's Son,
Miss Caleshy, Laughing Lyes and Umbrella
CINCINNATI. July 3.-Latonla summary.
First race: Olabamala (110, Powers, 316,
straight) won, Winter Green (W6, Marl In,
3I''6. place) second, Allred (102, Butler,
111.40, show) third. Time: l:0iH. Busy
Man, T. M. Green, Stowaway, J. W. Frye,
Tom Holland, Real Help, Scantling. P ren
nlal. New Carmack. Lucky Ford ond Teddy
Bear also tan.
Secorxl race, five snd a half furlongs;
Jet: Bernstein (97, Builer, 325.40, straight)
won, Plume (101, Powers, 37. W, place) sec
ond, Roseburg It (110, Sklrven, 8U.60. show)
third. Time: l'OSV Uncle Walter, Marshy,
Joe Ehrlch, Old Hickory and Dlsputo also
Third race, six furlongs: E. M. Fry (110,
Talor, ;0. show) won. Hollow (110,
Warren, JI1H.1R, place) second, Hen 8anJ
(110. Martin. $!i, show) third. Time: 1:1.
Hlngen, Bitter Sir, Edgar Hill. Red Husxar,
Fred Mace anl Merry field also ran.
Founh race, mile and a sixteenth: Tho
Minks (114, Pickens, J:i7.50, straight) won,
Czar GoS, Ross, 3s.f!, place) second, Qungna
(loo, Powers, 8.!i, show) third. Time: 1.47.
Lady Martha and Dark Night also ran.
F'fth race, oae mile: Skyo (100, Plander,
$11.45, straight) won, Geneva 8. (100, Ross,
$23.80, place) second, Ladv Almy (100, Mar
tin, $14.Sft. show) third. Time: 1:40. Mlr
Eer. May Jean and Ordono also rar.
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Lady Esther (102, Powers, $8.41. straight)
won. Water Lake (107, Minder, $10.20, place)
second, Deacon (110, Pickens, $7.50, show)
third. Time: 1:47. Cynget. Sylvan Belle,
Charlatan, Bitter Miss, Hyperbole, Natasha,
Tlvoni and Alma Boy also ran.
WITH TUB BOWLERS.
Storz Blues were defeated last night at
the Association alleys by losing three
games to the Krug Parks Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Denman Ji 1S4 l'.tl 641
Bengcle 2i7 2o4 191 6o4
Zlmmetman 215 191 190 696
Totals 679 674 1.741
lHt. 2d. 3d. Tot.
Weber 213 162 1H3 6iW
Frltscher 163 212 176 661
Anderson 2u) lt3 174 557
657 643 1,676
Gans la the Favorite.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 3. -The sales af
Keats for the Guns-Nelson llstht continues
heavy, and from present indications a
Ili.tfO gate la a certainty. All the cheaper
seats have been disposed of and the sale
of the higher priced chairs Is proceeding
Unlefs there Is an Improvement In tho
betting situation .the contest of July 4
will go Into history as the lightest from
a speculative standpoint In the history
of rhumplonshlp battles. There Is ampl
Gans money in sight, but the Nelson end
Is inconsiderable. The odds of 2 to 1 on
Gans still predominate, nnd In some In
rtanefs bets are being made that the cham
pion will win Inside of twenty rounds, for
which even money Is the, ruling figure.
Sioux City liolf Meet.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. July 3 (Hpeclal.)-Tho
annual interstate golf tournament, under
the auspices of the Sioux City Golf and
Country club, will be held on July 28-31 and
the leading golfers of the middle west are
expected to participate. The list of entries
will Include players from Omaha, Des
Moines, De Mars, Cedar Rapids, Sioux
Falls. Kansas City and Rock Island. The
tournament Is held a month earlier than
last year, as It Is believed that the turf
will be much better for playing In July than
It has been In September.
Tepumaeh Itace Spoiled.
TECUMSEH, Neb., July 3,-(Speclal.)-A
heavy rain over this section of the state
yesierday prevented the races of the Ne.
btaska Speed association, billed here. The
track was In fine condition and fast time
was expected. There are sbout 125 horses
from all parts of the country here. Tha
manugement of the races announces that It
will proceed with the program today If
possible. The races were scheduled for
Thursday. Friday and Saturday.
Crleket at Miller Park.
The members of the reorganized Omaha
Cricket club have entended an Invitation
to the former members of the club to meet
them In the southwest corner of Miller's
park Saturday afternoon and In a game be
tween old members and new members pss
a pleasant and social day playing and re
rai;!ra to memory the samea of the past.
Wickets pitched at 1 o'clock sharp.
No More Fish In Minnesota.
Fish at Lake Wnshlnrten might as well
i take wurnlng. George M. Entriken, W. ".
Sunderland, Frank Hinehart and Dr. W. H.
I Khnrr it iter, I.jva tntiitrrit for Vnlka u r t tabu
Washington for a week 8 fishing. Thev
spent the entire mornlniT B"iiday at Town
send's picking out the riKht kind of wherewith-all
to catch the finny beauties, and
say they will land the limit each day.
Tklrleen-Posnd Pish at Cut-Off.
i B. Vaugh, lesldlng at :OT South Twenty.
nln n street, carrieii Home a risn Thursday
night from Cut-Off lake which he thought
was one of the largest ever ransrht in th
bike. It a German cflrp we Khin thir
teen pjun.ls and was cauicn; In OH lake.
NEWSPAPER MEN PLAN TOUR
South Dakota Qalll Pnshers Will Is-
spect Points of Interest la
PIOUX FALLS. S. D., July 3. -(Special.)
John T. Cogan of thl city, ecretary ot
the South Dakota Press association, has
1 completed final preparation for the an
nual mid-summer outing of the assocla
tion, which this ear will be spent In the
Black Hills. The members of the associa
tion who will take the trip will leave the
eastern part of the state on Thursday, July
23, and will reach Rapid City on the morn
ing of Friday, July 24. At Rapid City an
entertainment has been provided for the
visiting newspaper men, who will remain
there until Saturday morning, July
when the barty will depart for Hot
A Baralna; shame
Is not to have Bucklen' Arnica Falve to
cure burrs, sores, piles, cuts, wounds and
ulcer. 25c. For sale by Beaton Drug oonv
1 1 1 1 11 If V V I I' l PIIIOT ni 4 TP
; bivllu 1 AKL HRST PLACE
Eetroit's Defeat of Cleveland Moves
It. Lods to Front.
NAPOLEONS ARE SHUT OUT
Donovan Holds Loral to Six lilts
and Keep Them Well Spattered
Llebhardt la Halted
-CLEVELAND, July 1 Detroit won frnm
Cleveland today, ( to 0. and knocked the
locals out of first place. 8 -ore:
I'KTROIT. ' CLEVKLANP.
B II O A I! B H O A G.
M.-lntrra. If.. I 1 0 II J Clarke. If. I 4 0 l a
Bi-harfar. ?b..t 111 1 hradlav, aa . I 4144
( matord. rt. I 1 10 (i lllni hman. rt 4 1 1 0 4
Cobb, rf I 1 I 4 Olaijoif. l ... 4 1 I 4
Roomin, lb. 4 I a 0 Brmia. e 4 I I 0 4
oiiRtiltn. Sb. 4 0 10 OHu-kman. lb. I 4 I 0 1
Sihmldt. c ... 4 0 4 I 0P-rnna. lb ... 4 1 2 3 1
0 Laary. ia ... I ill t'Sirmh.m. rt 1 1114
Pouoan, p 4 1 0 I u l.iebliardt, p. I 0 0 4 V
- eiaT. i 0 o o 4 0
Totala 34 11 XT 10 1N. Clarke.. I 0 4 0 ,
Totala . . . ..11 1 17 ;T I
PHtted for l.iebliardt in e ghth.
Cleveland. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
lt-trolt 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3-1
Hits: Off l.iebliardt, 7 In elht Innings,
off 1 crger, 4 In one Inning. First lme on
e-rors: Cleve'atd. I; Detroit. 2. Tao-hsae
bit: li.loic. i'hrre-buae hits: M Iniv e,
( rawferd. Col h. Parrlf ce hits? Ro.mail,
(iawf.rd, Bindley, Molnlyre. Stolen base:
Pcluiefer. Doulde plays: pchmlrtt to Couch
lln; Schaef.r to Kossman. Pat-as on bills:
Off MebliHrdt. 4: off Donovan, 6. Hit nv
pitched lull: By Donovan, 1. la ft on hires";
il-clHiid. 7; Detroit. i. Siruck out: H
l.iebliardt, 6; by Dniiovun. 6. Wild pitch, a:
1 eiger, 1. Donovan, 1. Time: 1.4. I'tiiprj:
CIRCUS PERFORMANCE IS GOOD
Many People Enjoy the Hnaenbeek- '
Wallace Shorr of Mnny Novel
When the Hagcnbeck and Wallace show
were combined It formed one of the strong
circus attractions now on tho road, which
gave a performance to fully 9,000 people
who comfortably filled the big tent Thurs
day night. The rain of the morning kept
down the crowd at the afternoon perform
ance. - .
Two rings, the trained wild animal itee.
cage, the platform, the aerial act and tha
clowns kept the audience busy all even
ing trying to keep up with all -that waa
going on. Fourteen elephants did their
stunts well. Several of tha feature acta
had never been presented In Omaha be
fore, especially a couple of foreign novelty
acts, which were quite exciting. The Van
Diemans on the devil wheel are thrillers.
Four women hung by their teeth from tha
revolving wheel pulled to the top of tha
tent and did such stunts as the skirt dance
and whirling at full speed aa the wheel
went round and round.
Lon Moore made a hit with hi base ball
game, which he played by himself, and tho
Borsinl troupe from Belgium did some ac
robatic work while on the uncertain and
moving foundation of tricky rolling globes.
The quadruple equestrian act of the Bedlnl
family with the collie dog, all doing simul
taneous leaps from the ground to the run
ning horse and ending with all four and.
the dog riding one horse, won the admira
tion of those at the south end of the tent.
In the large steel arena the Hagenbeck
wild animals, under the guidance of John
Hclliot, showed they had forgotten tha
habits of the forests and jungles and had
become subject to the will of man. In th
first group were lions, tigers, puma,
leopards, polar bear and boar hound. On
the second appearance of the wild antmala
an African Hon and leopard rode two large
gray horses around the arena, and Jumped
through hoops of fire, showing remarkable
equestrian ability t. A huge Bengal tiger
under the guidance of Phil Castang roda ,
an Asiatic elephant. A 600-pound polar
bear and a 180-pound man gave an exhibi
tion of the wrestling game.
A new head balancing act was that of
the Do Kocks, two men, a boy snd a dog.
Their feature act was a head balance wilh
two men and the dog, with the dog In the
middle of the trio. The stock of the how
was In fine condition, especially the ring
stock, and the performance ended with a
Roman hippodrome with the standing race
and tha thrilling chariot race.
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HUNDREDS DROWN IN CHINA
Floods Work Awful Havoc In South
ern Part of the Celestial
HONO KONG, July 3. Detailed report
from the flood In outhern China show
that hundreds of people have bnen drowned
and thousands are starving In the destroyed
Chinese and foreigner have combined to
raise a large relief fund. Large sums and
quantities of food are being consigned
nightly from Hong Kor.g.
The government ha made a grant of
f.P.ooO and the Standard Oil company ha
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