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THE BEE: OMATTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1000.
SOLDIERS, PLAY GOOD BALL
Fort Crook Nine trivei Omaha Lively
CABMAN'S SLIDE PROVES FATAL
rtrbrt . "naps Rone In Fiol Trylac
in tretcn Hostile late) TkrfM
Marker After "ending I
Tm Hans Ahead.
Omaha. , Fort Cpoook.- 4.
t'admsn broke, a bone In his foot slid;
Inf Into third base Wednesday after
noon In the) ' as tne -between the Ruurka
family 'and the representatives of the
Sixteenth Infantry, which I" stationed at
Fort Crook. He hit" a long- fly, which
drove, in a, couple of run ahead of nlm
and waKs-peedlng- up, trying- to stretch
double tnto a' triple when he slid to third
feet first. A cleat on his shoe cajg-ht
in the (round and a bone in his toot
snapped so It could be heard all over
Cold and high winds made a good jme
out of th question, but In spite of this
the playera put up a good exhibition of
ball playing after a bad first Inning for
both teams. Pendry is out of the game
temporarily with a lame heel and Vaa
hlnder played third, a rah am was in the
stand, not wishing , to take chances In
the cold. Belden played center and Jar
rott left field. ' '
For Crook had some first-class ball
players and " except ' for errors hy
Caruthera In the first part of the game
played a fine game of ball. Waller, who
Is an atblete of renown, caught a game
good enough for any team. , Murphy In
centerfleld was all over the ground and
made some astonishing catches. Kill
murry and Decker did good work with
the willow, each making a pair of lilts.
The sodlers had a good chance to tie
the score lit the last Inning, as the lirst
three men up hit narely. McQuald, sent
to bat tor Waahoiick, struck out. Pen
nell batted for Birch and did likewise.
All reliance was then placed on Waller,
but he only hit an easy one to King.
Rome of the soldiers' . regular players
were at the rifle range and some on a
practice march. The team wore the
bright red unlforhis of Company K, as
the regiment's suits have not come.
Birch pitched all the way through for
the soldiers and had speed and some good
curves s well as control. The band
played as lively airs as If it had been
warm. Crelghton plays the Rourke fam
ily this afternoon.
AB. K. H
2 1 1
Welch, rf .......
Smith, bs. i 3
1-eBiand, c..., ,. 1
Oondlng, c 1
Cadman, o t
Hollenbeck, p 1
Johns, p I
Hltsmann, p 1
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Birch, pr.. ..........
4 0001 -
11110 3 T
10 0 10 0 36
Two base hit: CHdman. Base on balls:
rf Hollenbeck. 1; off Birch, 2. 8truck out:
Ky Birch. 2; by Hollenbeck, 2; by Johns,
1: hv Rltzman, 3. Left on bases: Omaha, 3;
Fori Crook. 3. Stolen bases: Kllmurry (2,
Murphv, Hlilndledecker. Qulgley, Vas
blndcr. Double plays: Waller to White.
Innings pitched: Hollenbeck. 3; Johns. 2;
Ultiman. 2; Birch. . Hits: Off Hollenbeck,
1; off Johns. 1: off Kltsmann, 3; off Birch,
T. Tlme 1:16. l'mplre: Clark.
M.HIlAtKA ' TH IMS THE hPUMS
Haskell Defeated by "cure of 4 to 1
I.AWRKNVK. Kan.. April 14. (Special
Telegram. I Nebraska won from the Has
kell Indians today by the score of 4 to
1. This makes four games won by Ne
braska out of five played on this trip.
The Cornhuuker did some sensational
fielding today and cut off a number of
hits. Cooke pulled down seven high ones
and Dtitlgen reached nut for four. Means
riltehed a nod IihII for the Indians and
et the Vornhuakers down with two hits.
Nebraska 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4
Hsskell ti..O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Batteries: Nebraska. Prouty and Car
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AUTREY MAY COME BACK
P lltiirkr fines to Clnrlnnntt to
Try His Pall with Clark
Pa Ronrke, president and owner of the
Omaha Western league team, left Tues
day night for Cincinnati -to try to get
Autrey to fill out the hole in the Omaha
team. The Chicken made a gallant fight
for the position of first base on the Reds,
but was nosed out by Hoblltsel. who Is
of Hhout the same caliber as Chicken, but
who had the advantsge of having played
with Clncl lest fall and making good.
While Pa Rourke hns had no encourage
ment from Clark flrlfflth. manager of the
Reds, he has taken the trip In the hope
of securing Autrey for this year at least.
The first base position on the Omaha
team Is up In the air. IBrand, a sub.
calcher. Is now filling the Job. but he
lacks the experience of Chick, and cannot
hit as well. Chick was the best hitter
In the western league last year and spent
most of the season at the top of the
Western league batting list.
The case of- Autrey IS a most peculiar
one. He has made good In Cincinnati; In
fact he has more than made good, hut the
proposition does not end there. Hoblltsel
was last year's first baseman. He, too,
had made good, and while not a higher
grade player than Autrey. Is as high.
Why. then, should Clark Griffith throw
off an older man for a newer when the
two were about on par so far as their
Other BIk Team Seed Him.
But Griffith may never let Rourke have
Autrey back. Other big league teams
would undoubtedly give snug sums for the
Chicken. Several of them have first base
men not anywhere near as good ss Autrey.
So far as Autrey personally Is concerned.
It was unfortunate for him that he was
not bought by one of these other teams
that needed a first baseman and not Cin
elnnatl, which had "a corking good one. ,
Pa's chief claim lies In the fact that
Cincinnati, which bought him,. Was to pay
over a certain sum of money by May 1
or return the player. He thinks that claim
will take precedence over any demand
made by an outside team. Ye Griffith
may simply hand Pa the money and keep
In that case Pa will depart for other
big league cities in search of a big league
first baseman. He has the promise of
Roger Bresnahnn that he can have a
chance at any surplus material that might
be available from the St. Louis Nationals,
and he also has the promise of Murphy,
president of the Chicago Nationals, that
he may have a player or two from that
team. This trip of the president of the
Omaha team may in a way seal the fate
of Omaha in the base ball world this
In the first place. Pa relied upon the
magnificent record Hobby made last fall
and fully expected to get Autrey back.
Autrey, however, surprised them all and
for a time It locfed as though he would
crowd the crack first baseman of the Cin
cinnati team out of his Job. Clark Grif
fith wrote Rourke not to expect Autrey.
Several Tried Oat.
Eberleln was signed and he was touted
as one of the best prospects of the .year.
Eberleln, however, Is an ambitious youth
and preferred to finish his term at school
than to play ball for J200 a month, and
wired Pa that he could not report until
late In June.
Claire was tried, and while he fielded
well, he could not hit quite fast enough,
and to cap It all turned an anklo, which
put him out of the running.
Captain Frank returned with reports of
a wonderful first baseman in California
who had hit .311 all winter against all the
crack pitchers of the west. Long Bath
was sent for. He cost Pa over $100, but
proved a failure. While he could hit, he
was about the most awk'ward player ever
seen on Vinton street park.
Graham Is back in the game and the
pitching staff Is working fine, with Ban
ders yet to report; but first base is open.
If Pa can get Autrey back the fans will
take heart and expect Omaha to start at
the top and stay there.
lOVX OFF FOR SOUTHERN TRIP
Holmes' Team Will Play Through
M Issonrl and Kansas.
SIOUX CITY, la., April 14.-(Speclal.)
The members of the Sldux City ball team
will leave Saturday morning for a train
ing trip through Missouri and Kansas.
Twenty-one men will be taken on the trip.
The first gsme will be played Sunday at
St. Joseph. Mo., with the fast seml-pm-fessional
club of that city. The team will
then play In four of the cities in the
Ksnsas and Oklahoma league. All of the
Hioux pitchers with the exception of Alder
man are suffering with sore arms.
Sturdy oaks from little acorns grow
advertising In The Bee will do wonders for
your business. J
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L?L IT IT'CoMsaJtavtoa aad
' ifISr Honrs 1 . a. M I
p. nu Sundays, 10 to t only
It you eaaaot oaU. wrtt.
and 14th Sts.. Omaha,' Neb.
You Can't Better Q
the Breed by Polishing
the Brass on the Harness
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Standing of the Teams
Chlrago 1 o
Pittsburg l o
Boston 1 o
New York 0
Philadelphia. 0 t
Brooklyn ' 0 ,0
Ht. lxuis o i
Cincinnati o 1
, , . Won. Lost.
Cleveland l o
Detroit i o
Philadelphia 1 1
Washington I l
Boston I , l
New York 1 1
St. TiOuls o i
Chicago 0 1
National league: Brooklyn at New York,
Philadelphia at Boston. Pittsburg- at Cin
cinnati. St. Louis at Chicago.
American league: Chicago at Detroit,
Cleveland at St. Louis, Bosion at Philadel
phia. New York at Washington.
American associatlcn: Columbus at
Lculsvllle. Toledo st Indianapolis, St. Paul
at Milwaukee, Minneapolis at Kansas City
GAMES IN THE AMERICAN LEAGIE
White Sox Are Shat Oat fcy (he 'risers
la a Fast Contest.
DETROIT, Mich.. April 14.-In the open
ing game here today. Chicago was he.ten
by the American league champio-. ,'jaa ,
In a pitchers' battle. Detroit i liuaa i
hits, a double by Morlarlty andU-aliiglo
by Mclntyre, around Parent's error "in the
fifth and scored the two runs of the game
right there. Cravath was the only man to
make first base for Chicago. He walked
In the second and got a single In the
eighth. The day was cold and the field
damp, but a good crowd turned out. Score:
If. 4 1 1 0 Allah, rf.... 4 0 u 0 0
. 4 )
i CParrnt. ... 1 1 t
0 ertousherty. If ft 0
cf. 4 I
3 0 11
0 lb.... S 4 14 0 0
:rraath. cf... 1 1 4 0
1 OAtl, 2b I 0 1
Mornrlty. lb i
smaller, :b. .1
Schmidt, c... 1
uraunohlll, lb. I 0 a 0
1 OHmttb. p
4 0 4 0
0 0 0 4
Total! 34 4 1 11 1
Totals rr t at u i
Batted for Sullivan In ninth. '
Detroit 00003000 4 J
Chicago o 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two base hit: Morlarlty. Sacrifice hit:
Schmidt. Stolen base: Cravath. Double
Play: Mullin, Bush and Rossman. Ix-ft on
bases: Detroit. 4; Chicago, t. Base on balls:
Off Mullin, 1. First base on errors: Detroit,
2. Struck out: By Mullin, 6; by Smith, S.
Time: 1:22. Umpires: O'Louglilln and Kerin.
.Vaps Defeat Browns.
ST. LOUIS, April 14-Openlng the season
here today with Cleveland, before one of
the largest crowds that has ever witnessed
a spring game, the 8t. Louis base ball
team went down to defeat by a score of
4 to 2. Powell, with the exception of one
inning, the fourth, pitched excellent ball.
He allowed but five hits, but three of
them coming in the disastrous fourth,
coupled with two errors by Ferris and
Wallace, was the reason Cleveland won.
Roth teams played some of the fastest ball
that has ever been witnessed for so early
In the season. Two faitt double plays be
ing credited to St. Louis and two 'for
ST. LOflS. CLEVELAND.
AB.H.O.A.B AB.H.O A B.
.1 ! ! t J, Clarke, If.. 4 4 4 4
. 4 1 11 1 ORradley, 3b.. 4 1 4 14
..4 4 4 4 "Turner, aa... 1 4 1 4 t
Parrla. 3b 4
Hnrrman, i-f. 4
W.U.i-.. aa.. 1
William., tb. 1
Crir, o.v.. 1
Poll. p 1
111 lLaJole. lb... 4 1 4 k 4
1 0 OHtavall. lb. .. 4 t 17 t 0
4 14 IN. Clark., c. 4 A 1 1 1
tit Ol,ord. cf 1111
0 4 0 OHInchman, ,rf I 110 0
0 0 4 OJoaa, p 1 4 1 4 0
Total. 32 rr 11 1 Totala 11 4 27 11 1
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 02
Cleveland 00040000 04
Two base hits: Jones, Ferris, Hoffman,
Ixird. Sacrifice hit: Turner. Double plays:
Wallace, Williams, Jones; Wallace, Joner.
Turner. Lajole. Stovall (21. Left on bases:
KL Ixiuls. 4; Cleveland, 2. Bases on balls:
Off Joss, I. Struck out: By Powell. 4; by
Joss. 1. Time: 1:62. Umpires: Sheridan and
At Philadelphia-Philadelphia- Boston
game postponed, rain.
AT Washington Washington-New York
game postponed, raln
PA TAKES OX fKEIGHTO JVEXT
Omaha and the C'alleaiaas
Crelghton starts Its base ball season
Thursday by a garhe at Vinton Street park
with the Rourke family and the rooters of
thu blue and white hope to make a good
showing against Pa's Midgets. Several
sturs of the foot ball team will line up with
the ball ionsers and several new faes will
be seen. The advance dope is that Crelgh
ton has a better base bsli team than ever
before and the tryout Thursday will decide
The game Thursday will be called at 3:30.
. . Fllige'ald
. ... H ronick
. .. Townsend
. ... Kenm-dy
, ,T. Ijinlgan
. . Second
Fisher .Irf-ft- ...
VasMiiiier-Belcrcn. . Voter
Welch Right .
flondlng-Le Brand Catch .,
. Pitch ..
Irfwer-Hlre. . .
C ATI H Kit I'OWEHl HOSPITAL.
ralladelphla Flayer laaericoes ert-
' aan Oaeratisa.
PHIt.AI'EI.rHIA. April 14-Catiher
Towers, one of the most popular players on
the Philadelphia American league base ball
team, was operated on early this morning
for invaglnated Intestine. A section of the
intestine was removed and the patient is
said today to be doing well. Powers will
probably be out of the gams all season,
lie wss taken ill after the game Monday
and his Illness was said then to have been
rauked by a sandwich which he ate while
the game nil In progress.
A surgeon, in describing the operation,
sM Powers has about one chance In five
of living. The operation was performed at
I oYliuk- this murnlng, after Mrs. Powers,
alio had been summoned from her home In
Jefff raonville, Pa., hsd given her consent,
M.ire man a ievi ei iu intestine as re
CUBS WIN FROM CARDINALS
Chicago Nationals Open Season by
Victory Over St Louis.
PITTSBURG BLAITKS ' CINCINNATI
Reds Mare Men on Rases la Nearly
Every I an Ins. bat A re t'nable
ta eore Ho.lnn Defeats ,
CHICAGO. April 14.-AS usual. Overall
today pitched the opening game and. with
perfect support, Chicago won, 3 to 1. A
wild throw by Byrne,, after he had made
a great stop, started the locals, a base on
ball and Zimmerman's triple scoring two
runs. Chance's triple and a long fly added
tha other" run. Overall presented tha vis
itor their lone score by making two con
secutive wild pitches after Delehanty had
singled. Score: -
srnwne. cf.. I
nnymsv. 3b t
Kbeckard. If.. 4
thanre. lb.... 4
Sialntsldt. lb 4
Tinker, aa... 4
Hofan. rf . . .. 2
Zim'man, lb. 4
Mor an, e...... 1
Overall, p.... 1
Chaw, ct 4
Oltreanahan, o. 4
Kenetrfey, lb. 1
ARrana, rf ... . I
Onlhanty. If 1
OTharlea, :b... 1
OOeteea. as.... 1
Totala H It 1 Tstals
in t 14 14
...0 0 0 0 0 t 0 1 s
...O O 0 0 0 0 1 0-1
Sheckard, A. Hofman.
tit. man (3 . . I t
Becriflce hit: A.
Chance, Byrne. Left on bases: Chicago, ?:
iV rlral uHse on najis; uil over
all. 1; off Lush, 2. First base on errors:
Phil., irr O 111. 1 . 1 I . I . ,.
-......Su, iv wnii pucnea oau: rtyrne.
Struck out: By Overall. J: bv Lush. 4.
Passed ball: Morart. Wild pitches: Over
all. 2. Time: 1:43. Umpires: Klem and
Pirates Blank Reds.
CINCINNATI, O.. April H.-Th largest
vruwa inai ever wnnessea tne Insugura
tion of a base ball season In this city was
r, 1 1 1 tit ma a IK. PI.,.!...,! n .1 1 1, . . i
' m-w .iti . , in,,., i aim r mnniirg
teams play this afternoon. The Pittsbuigs
. . v b icma in iiio iiini IIIIUIIH, ana
gradually Increased it through timely hit-
tltlir D nrl Vrnm m nm rl l.lnn.. 1' 1. '1 .. i
" " - .v v d niiuntrn.. I 1 1 17 V . 1 1 U I I
natis had men on bases In nearly every lu
nula, oui were unaoie 10 get even one or
them home. Soore:
AD U Ck A V . i. . m
nunrina. JB. 4 1 3 "Miller, et 4
Oakea, rf ... 4 0 1 0 Olarh. lb.... 1
0 12 0
4 2 V 0
1 i; o o
4 110 Ot'l.rke. If.... I
lthMTt Sk i a A .
OWasner. .. 1
Wltihell, rf.. 4 4 10 OAbbatlc's. 3b 4
Mowrey. aa.. 9 1 1 1 0Artln. lb.. 4
Hoblltaell. lb a 111 n
OWIIaon. rf.... 1 0 2 0 s
lOlbaon. o 10 12 4
Iti amnlta, p .. 1 0 0 4 0
McLean, e... 4 2 4 1
Premme, p... 2 1 0 1
Beacber 1 0 0
Totala 34 1 17 II 1
It 4 27 10 3
'Batted for From me In nlnlh
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Pittsburg ; l 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-3
TWO-hase h 1 1 ' Tnf.lraft UaDr.w H'l
h" hit: Miller. Sacrifice hits: Frommn.
Warn.r Mu n f 1 f i . i-'i .. i. c . . .
bases: Mawrey, Camnitx. Bases on balls:
Off Fromme. 3. Struck out: By Fromme.
6; by Canuiltx. 4. Time: 1:30. Umpires:
O'Day and Kmslle.
Boston Ranches Hits.
BOSTflM A nrll 1. Tk .. I i ,,
- f - . . . in. innjvil Muse i in 1 1
Umnn nndinnA V a .1 .. . . . . I. .. . -
i ' " i ' iv.mj n it II j. v m o
victory for the Boston team over the Phll-
.Hlnhla X' , i 1 iru. . ....
i.BiiiHiBiB. - ne viniiors, wren
Covelaskle In the box, started out well and
scored two runs In the opening Inning.
Boston solved the big left-hander's deliv
ery In the fifth Inning, however, scoring
eight runs on eight hits, a base on balls
atlri A wIM n 1 1 1. h Ma. J
laskle In this inning, tiut could not stop
mo u'wuni niLttfrn. i ne,. lasi nair Of tne
game was played In a rainstorm, Suore:
AB.M'.OtA.a. AB u oak
lea. II 4 l' 0 0Oranf,'.4b..,. 4 10 0 0
Becker, rf... 4 10 0 OKnaba. lb... 4 1110
Beaumont, cf 4 4 4 l otiih. w . a a a
. Ib i 1 1 1 OMasee. If'.'! a 1 1 s a
Rltchey, lb.. 4 1 1 1 lBriis.ril4, ib i 1 11 0 0
n.hl.n, aa... 4 14 i .ODelainiea, cf. I 1 2 0 0
Smith, e 4 1 a 1 ! a . a
Sweeney, lb. 4 0 2 2 lDooln.' e..!!!! 2 111
p. S t 0 1 OCovalaakle. a 1 0 I S
.. v w vnoran, p
0 S 1 o
..1 0 0 0 4
..40 10 tt It 0
. ...40 II 17 16
. Total. ...
'Batted for Moren in ninth.
Boston A A A A a
Philadelphia .......'.'.I o 00 1
o o a
Two-base hlta Tltna Tl a
Feraruson. inh nn ij.).. . . .
Dahlen. Hits: Off Covelaskle. 11 in four
snd one-third innings; off Moren. 7 in
three and two-thirds Innings; off Ferguson.
... o. ,,,iM,iHa, uii wiitLirn, ,i in mree
Innings. Sacrifice hits: Doolin, Covelaskle.
"'"' i-n in, Daw.; rn an. n i a. a:
Rmlnn Vi ,. h... nn v . 1 1 - . ,
' .. v im no I n I rraii
Ifin 9 nff nrn 1 Plr.1 I
. . .... .". .. .. . ,i mi uomj uii rrrurs:
Philadelphia, 2. Hit with pitched ball: By
Ferguson Knabe; by Mattern. Dooln. Struck
out: By Ferguson. 5: by Covelaskle. 1; hy
Moren. 1. Wild pitches: Moren (21. Balk
Mattern. Time: 1:64. Umpires: Rlgler and
At New York Rrnolclvn.Nea Vnrk ma ma
GAMES IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATIOY
l.nalsvtlle M'las Onralns rentr.t
frans Colnmbns. -
IXUISVILLE. A.Tiril 14 Ixulavlll wn
ths opening; game of the season today from
Columbus easily by the score of 6 to 1.
Halla had the visitors completely athls
mercy throughout the game, while the
locals bunched hits off Tavlor in the Birth
Inning. The weather was bright but chilly.
uui niu wunsianaiug a large crowd, was In
attendance. oBth sides played errorless
baH. Mayor James E. Ginstead of Ixiuls
vllle pitched the first ball across the plate,
opening the season. Score:
AB.H.O A.E AH H.O A B
cf 4 J
ftO'Rmirke, aa. 4
lb S I 0
eodwell. ef. .. 4
OConnalton. rf. 4
SJamee. e 4
OMIIIer, lb 1
OFrtel. 3b I
Wrliclejr, 3b.. 3
OTalor, p.... X
Delehanty, It. 4
Tate, lb t
Landrelh. rf. 4
Olanlt, lb.... 4
Quintan, aa... 2
Pelli, c 4
Totala 12 11! If 0 Totala 10 I 14 14
Kricl out for Inta forence.
Ixilllsvllle 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Stolen base; Qulnlan. Sacrifice hits:
Woodruff. Wrlgley. Two-base hits: Dun
lesvy, l,andrnth, O'Rourke. Struck out: By
Halla. I; by Taylor, 1. Hhscs on balls: Off
Halla, !: off Taylor. 2. Hit by pitched ball:
Tate, Qulnlan. !ft on bases: lculsvllle
7; Columbus, 6. Time: 1:40. Umpire: King.
Millers fthat Oat Hatchers.
KANSAS CITY; April 14-In a llstla.
game Minneapolis won the opening game of
me American association rrom Kansas
City today, shutting out the local team.
Neither side scored until the seventh In
ning, when O'Nell Isngled and Edward
son's sacrifice advanced him to second.
AB.H.O. A K.
Partlale. If . 4 4
0 Sovler. aa 4 0 1 1 1
Shannon, if j 1 J
0 -lriown.. 2h... 4 1 a a
Kelghbore, rf. 4 It tx rv.nl. If... 4 1 a u
nraanear. lb 1 U t K'dmond.'n. rf 4 1 0 0
llellinf. 5b-. 10
Love, lb 10
lro . aa I 4
Sullivan, e l l J
saann, p ... 10 1
lPltkerlns, rf 4 1 1 v 0
tx'ollln.. lib.... I 0 0 1 0
2Wheler. lb. 1 in 1
Blo.li. r I Jt 4 1
OOlm.iead. s. I 0 1 10
Total Jl J S7 ti 4 ToUla SS 4 17 11 1
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 O O A 0 00
Minneapolis u 0 0 0 O 0 S 0 02
Left on bases: Kuusaa City, J; Minneap
olis, x Klrst base on errors: Minneapolis,
3: KaiiHas City, 1. Htolcn basi-: O'Neill.
Double plays: Oyler to Downs to Wlieeicr.
Struck out: By Hwann. 1; by Olnihlead, 4.
rtases mi balls: Off tiliiiMtcan. 2. Time; l;3d.
umpires: Sullivan and Conihan.
Brewers Wis train Malals.
MII.WACKEB. Ajirll 14-Before a great
crowd Milwaukee won the opening game of
the American association season here by
a store of to 5. The home club batted
Ieroy hard all during the UM.me. hm
could not get a run over the plate until
tha sixth. Manake, pitching, held the ten
ors to two hits until the ninth, when he
loosened up and lobbed them over. The
feature of the game was the batting of
McCormlck and Kooinson. Score:
Ratted for Hoey la ninth.
Hutted for Leroy In ninth.
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 1 s 3 -t
St. Paul 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 6 i
Two base hits: McCormlck. McCann.
Three base hit: Collins. Home runs: Bean,
McCormlck. Sacrifice hit: Nee, Kendall,
MiXiann. Stolen bases: McGann, Coil.ns,
Davis. Double play: MiCuiinlck to M--Oann.
Ix-ft on bases: Milwaukee, 10; St.
I'ajl, 4. Base uii balls: Off Manake, i, oil
OMAHA r.lAU SUFFERED WITH
PROGRESSIVE PARALYSIS TWO YEARS
, . - '-.
G. W. PHELPS, 1902 North 26th Street.
Whom the Austro-Amercian Doctors Cured of Partial Paralysis
With Which He Had Been Suffering for Two Years.
NO FEE IS ASKED UNTIL THE PATIENT IS CURE.D
Are Permanently Located at Suite 428 Ramge Building
15th and Harney, Just Opposite the Orpheum Theater
Leroy, 2. Hit by pitched ball: Nee. Struck
out: ..By Manske. S; by Leroy, . Time:
2:05. Umpires: Gould and Hayes.
Indianapolis Defeats Toledo.
INDIANAPOLIS. April 13. Before one of
the largest crowds which ever assembled
In Washington park, Indianapolis. the
champions of the American association.
defeated Toledo in the opening game here
tcday. Indianapolis secured a comfortable
lead In the rirst two innincs and witn tne
splendid Ditching of Blase, the visitors
had little show of winning. The big pen
nant won by the local team last year was
raised before the game started. Score:
Batted for West In ninth. -
Indianapolis 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 -4
Toledo 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 02
Two base hits: Abbot. Hayden. 'Three
base hits: If ay den, Hlnchman. Struck out:
Bv Olaze. 8; by West, 1. Double plays:
Nill to Hlnchman to Daubert. Stolen bases:
Hlnchman, Smoot, .- Abbot. Wild pitch:
West, 2. Passed ball: Abbot. Umpires:
Owens and Eckman. Time: 1:50.
JOHNSON AND KETCIIKL RIG
Will Box Twenty Knead. Next Octo
ber at Col ma.
NEW YORK, April 14. Jack Johnson
and Stanley Ketchel were matched today
to box twenty rounds for the heavyweight
championship of the world st the Colnia
Athletic club on October 12. 1909. The
fighters are to receive 60 per cent of the
gross receipts, to be divided 65 per cent to
the winner and 35 per cent- to. the loser.
Both Ketchel and Johnson signed the ar
ticles. No Place for Vanderbllt.
MAISON LA F1TTE. France, April 14.
W. hi. Vanderbllt had four horses, ban
Pietro, Susquehanna, Seasick and North
east, in the running here today, but none
of them ot a place. A $10,000 purse
this competitive age and when of ample character it places its
possessor in the front ranks of
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was won by Baron Rothschild's
Okhuysen. . Nash Turner's Fleury not a
place in this race, but his Villegl Jture
and Alatyr were unplaced.
EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TRACKS
Ilose Qaeen Wins the Hardin Han
dicap at Emeryville.
OAKLAND, Cal., April 14. Benefited by
an improved ride, Hone Queen turned the
tables on Restlgouche In the Harding
handicap at Emeryville today. The son of
Commando was an tdds-on favorite, owing
to having beaten the filly on Saturday,' but
she went to the front early and wxin clev
erly. Restlgouche outgamed Hooger Red
for tha place. Close iirlnlies were again
numerous. In the 2-year-old event Flec
trowan got up In -time to win by a nose.
First race, three and one-half furlongs,
selling: Flectrowan 1109, Mentry. 11 to n)
won. Reson (106. Walsh, 23 to f) second,
Madeline U (109. Gross. 11 to 2) third.
Time: 0:42. Alarmed. Sallan. Binocular,
leina Merle and Cinnamon finished as
Second race, six furlong, selling: Gypsv
King (106, Taplln, S to 11 won. lioggs 1 108.
5 to 1) second. John H. Sheehan (111.
Clark, 9 to 6) third. Time: 1:14. Colonel
White. Lens. Bucolic, May Amelia. Anna
May, Marwood and Ed Davis finished aa
Third race, mile and twenty yards, sell
ing: Cowen (91, Glass, 9 to 5l won, Joe
Rose (96. Riiss. 10 to 1) second. I.istowel (9i.
Buxton, 16 to 1) third. Time: Yankee
Daughter, Warden. Elevation, Cabin and
Strike Out finished as named.
Fourth race five and one-half furlongs,
Harding- handicap: Rose Queen (97. Clark,
18 to 5 won. Rostigouehe (HI. Burns. 11 to
20) second, Booger Red (108. Walsh, 7 t 1)
third. Time: l:Hi, Cloudlight and De
sirous finished as named.
Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling: Bolo
man (109, Mentry, 18 to 5) won, Cadichon
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whether you call for Syrup of Fi
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rigs and t-uxir of benna.
Mr.d.W. riioljw of 1H0J North
2(Uli stroot, Oinalin, lind suffered
with partial pnrnlysi.s for two
jTars, when ho fomnioncrd tbe
Austro-Amorican treat inch t. He
for starting the treatment he was
unnhle to button his coat without
fin had given up working at hit
trado as carpenter, and, having; been
an active) man all his life, this ailment
was a heavy burden to him. He
showed rajild Improvement the . first
few weeks of his treatment and la how
a well man and working at his trade
This Is only one of the many, mar
velous etires which the Austro-Amer-ican
Doctors have. effected for people
of Omaha and surrounding: territory.
They have only been In Omaha a few
months, but during that time have
uccessfully treated numerous oaaes of
Rheumatism, Goitre. Epilepsy, Gall
(Stones. Diseases of the Liver, Kidneys,
Stomach, Blood and Chronic and Nerv
ous Diseases of men and women.
rr. Milen, the physician in
charge, is a diagnostician of
thirty years' experience in
chronic diseases.' He asks no
questions of the patients and
never makes mistakes in -his di
agnosis. . All thoso who ciinnot
he cured . are ifrankly told and
KUf'h cases are hot accepted'. The
wonderful cures and fair treat
ment which thosto-doctors r, dis-
pense to' all patients are making
them hosts of. friends and, their
offices are crowded daily. '.
(109. Kirschbaum. 6 to K second, Mlnot
(109, Mclntyre. 7 to 1) third. Time: 1;SKH.
Olvonni. Balerio, My Pnl, Fx-kersall,
Blanche C. Yellowstone, Bellmence and
Kogo also ran. v .
Sixth race, mile and Jwerty yards, purse:
The Peer (95, Ross, 18 to 6) won. Dandelion
(114. Burns. 3 to 6) second, Ganrmell (105.
Mentry, 15 to 1) third. Time: l:42i. Early
Tide, F. Neugent, Ocean Shore, Creasing
and Hugh JVIoGowan finished as named.
SAYS JEFF WILL FItiHT JOHNSON
Haa- Mclalosh Will Rerelv Detalte
'Answer In Thlrlf Days. , v
NEW YORK. AprtI '-H. Hugh D.Hle
Intosh, th . Australian -promoter, wjio
came to this' city a few weeks ago. say
ing his principal object was to arrango
a fight between Jeffries and Johnson,
sailed today nn the steamer Mauretaula.
for Liverpool.- He expects to return
In a month. .: .
"I Hin confident ' Johnson and Jeffries
will face each other-in the , ring." said
Mr. MclBtosli. "Johnson haw 'been carter
for the fight for a long time and won't
back out. Jeffries lias promised to give
me an answer within thirty days us to
whether he will accept fc proposition to
Whitney Wins CrairtoreJ ' Plate.
NEWMARKET. England. April 14 The
Crawford plate of 300 sovereigns, six fur
longs, was won here today tiv H. 1
Whitney's Hillside III. Elms'tead was
second and Albert Hall was third. Eleven
horses started. J
The Apley plate of !00 sovereigns for
2-year-olds, distance ftVe furlongs, was
won by Demosthenes, with Ralle of
Bethus second and Flinders third. Atnon
the starters, nineteen in nutnhnr, were
August Belmont's Boudoir and H. P.
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