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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1010.
LEARNED MEN ON PRIZEFIGHT Track Meet
Was a Success
Dn. Wheeler and Butler Diicusi the T - - r
Jeffries-Johnson Fistio Encounter. Ill lLVCry VV ay
EACH MAN HAS HIS OWN THEOEY ji Manager Handled the Affair
With Satisfaction to All
tdatlt ratlin oa the Glove. Has
Collars! Valao, Bat it
Brines a Bad
L8R1MER HURRIES TO CHICAGO
Eefutei to Make Any Comment Upon
BRODERICK CANNOT BE FOUND
Much eatlsfactioa i expressed by those
who pulled off the state track meet Sat
urday at the Omaha Driving park, not only
KBW TORK. May 30. Drr Benjamin Ide becau.se of the records that were smashed.
Vhceler, president of tin University of but because ot the smoothness with whlcii
California, and Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, the events were run off. There was not
W-esldent of Columbia university, eat In a hitch al any time and, except for the
4 Waldorf Astoria notel Saturday after- rain, which began to fall at the close ot
ron and dlRCUHsed with misgivings the tho meet, more Ideal conditions could, not
mention which Is being paid In the east have been wished for
to the approaching conflict between James 1 when it Is taken into consideration that
leffrles and Jack Johnson In tho prise I mtle tlmo Was allowed to prepare for th
ring In Ban Francisco on Independence day. I nietl, much credit must be given those
"I wish," said Dr. Wheeler, opening "P who managed the aftah-, especially Coach
the argument, "that tho eastern newspapers I Carries of the high school,
would talk about something else besides About 100 athletes competed (or honors
tTie fight lu connection wtih the fair stale m tho ra0c8 and on the field, and although
of California, which I love." the entry Hat was not as large as expected,
Dr. Hutler, who Is one of America's ,naiiy teams wllch would have entered
greatest exponents of world peace and who broke training when It was announced
at the Lake Monhonk conference recently from xjncoln that the meet had been called
spoke In harsh and bitter words ot Inter- 0f ag tar as that city was concerned,
national statesmen who' are responsible for Although many of the schools that were
warfare. Introduced a new angle Into the represented did not win a point, their
dlpcusslon by suggesting that "without representatives should be credited for mak-
prlxe tights we might degenerate Into a lng valiant efforts to do so.
race Of mollycoddles."' The schools that competed were: Omaha
"If people won't give us credit for any- mghi yorii High, York academy, Kearney
thing but prize fights, I think we ought Military academy. Franklin academy. South
to get rid of the prise fight In California," 0lnaha High, Dawson High, Falls City
President Wheeler continued. High, Tecumseh High, Wahoo High, Hast-
"aovernor tlillett says you can't gft rid in(,. High, Fairbury High, Crete High,
of this particular prise fight, according to M)nden High. Plymouth High and Button
the laws of the state," Dr. Wheeler was H, h
Chirac rolltlrlan, Arcased at Par
lasr Moaey to Holstlaw, Not to
Be Foaad Oraaa Jory
St. Paul Stockman
Priest to Death
P. J. Gibbons Claims Young Pastor
Was Invoked with Wife in Ac
counting for Tragedy.
ST. FAUL, Minn., May SO. P. J. Gibbons
a live stock commission man ot South St.
Taul, today shot and killed his wife at
their home In that city. A few minutes
later Olbbons rang the door bell at the
residence of Father E. J. Walsh, the young
scandal In -any manner, declaring that he church( ,nd M the door wM opene, flred
nna .am on ne .nienaea 10 say in n twQ Bhol mt0 th(J prlMt.a hea(, ku,mg
CHICAGO, May SO.-Unlted States Sena
tor William Lorimer arrived yesterday. He
refused to discuss the senatorial bribery
speech before the senate yesterday
Soon after his arrival, Senator Lorimer
disappeared from the city. He left word
him almost Instantly.
Gibbons was arrested and was brought
to the Ramsey county Jail in St. Paul, as
that he was going out of town for the ,here nad bMn UIk of ,yncnlng at Soutn
night. Late tonight It was learned that
he was spending the night at the home ot
Representative Guy L. Bush of Downer.
Grove, one ot his supporters In the legis
omio oenaior nrooencK. inuiciea ior unu- h. fn o, p..., . ..nj .
ry mm ins resun ui euais rsniwr nomi-
law's confession In Springfield yesterday,
has kept himself hidden. Chicago detectives
Tho officials who handled the affair
At any rate, we got rid of It on our were. Lieutenant Mlchealls, referee; D
side of the bay." he replied. "They nan t
hold It In Emeryville, because the sent!
ment of the people forced the district at
torney to prohibit It."
Admits Rom People Wilt It.
C. McDonald, starter; 1L Thompson, an
nouncer; A. W. Miller, official scorer; Cap
tain liabcock, Captain Dalton,- Lieutenant
Drury and Fred Carey, judges at the fin
Ish; Lieutenant Cole, Hugh Wallace, P. M
"Mayor McCarthy ot San Francisco say. Wheeler, timers: 12. Anderson. B. - H.
the people want It," but In the reportorial I Orchard, L. Dodds, R. Wilson", Inspector.;
chronicler of this dlsousslon. I painter Know, clerk of the course; D.
"Well, perhaps most of them do, Dr. Payne and O. Sugarman, assistant clerk.
Wheeler admitted, "but we don't want tt 1 0f the course; T. A. Pentland, chief field
on our side of the bay." I Judge; Lieutenant Roger., Merle Howard
Pre.ldent Butler, who had been listening and r. Newell. iudae. of pole vault; F.
attentively, said: "Now, look here pro-I nUf fner, a. T. Whitemore and B. Lynn,
tessor, how are you going to get rid ot 1 Judges of high and broad Jumps; E. E.
mollyooddllsm without prise flghts7 I MoMUlan and C. T. Techa, Judges ot the
"Oh, I don't want mollycoddles any more I aieous throws D. Ringer, A. N. Carsten-
than you do," said the Callfornian in laen and W. Klewit. Judge, of hammer
hooked tone. "X like the struggle and 1 1 throw.
should like to put on the gloves and get lt ,8 believed that many people of the
into tho ring myself for that. Putting on clty dld npt reallie the importance of .uch
th. glove. Is a great thing." And President ,.., to Tt moant that hundred.
Wheeler looked aa though he would like ot perions frora over the .tate came to
to .how What ho could do with the paddod tne cty to Bpend tho day wlth tne facii.
mitt.. ties at hand and with added improvements
"Do you think prl.e fighting has a groat ,t u believed tnat 0maha, couid and should
some business affairs. The sanitarium
physician protested, but it was finally
arreed to allow an attendant to arromnanv
searched the city in vain for him today Glbbong and h wlfe. Gibbons attended t0
nd Deputy Bhenrr. Long ot Sangamon business matters at his office, and re-
county, who had been sent her. to take QWKttl tn, aUndant to wait at a nearby
Broderlck Into custody, gave up the search hote, unl he procured a r at hl8 house
at midnight and went to bed. Broderlck'. .., L.,k . ui,.,n. ti..
counsel says the senator will probably give Bhootlng foilowej shortly afterwards.'
himself up to the Sangamon county autho- u .... ,h.r. h. v. Wn ,., ...
rltle. tomorrow as ball for S10.0TO ta been trangemenu between Gibbons and wife
arrangeo ior mm mere. and that F.th.r walsh has eaeh tim an?.
Derelooments at Springfield. cessfully hatervened as peacemaker.
SPRINGFEfLD, 111., May 30.-flUrUing Gibbons has lived In South St. Paul fot
developments are expected here this week twenty-five years. For a long time he was
following the confession ot State Senator chief of police. About ten years ago ho
D. W. Holstlaw of Luka to the Sangamon went Into the commission business, in which
county grand Jury, whloh was promised and he Is said to have been more than usually
later received 12,600 from State Senator successfully. He bought the first load ot
John Broderlck, democrat ot Chicago, for hog. which ever came to the South St. Paul
his vote for William Lorimer for senator packing houses. About twenty years ago
nd $700 from Senator Broderlck as his he married Nellie McGowan, and seven
share of the "Jack pot" - I children were born to them.
Six legislators, three member, of the sen-1 Of the scores of South St. Paul people
ate and three of the house, are scheduled who dlscuesed the tragedy tonight not one
to appear. These are: I breathed a word against Mrs. Gibbon. char-
Senator John Broderlck (dera.), Chicago, acter.
cultural value?" a.ked President Butler.
President Wheeler looked peeved for
make the high school track meet an an
nual affair of such Importance as it de
moment and a doubtful expression crossed BervM. Those who arranged lt and were
responsible for Its success this year are
of the opinion that with more time tor
preparation and more advertising Omaha
"Putting on the gloves may have a cul
tural .value," he said with a world of I
skepticism In his voice, "but the crowd oan ,un 0ff one oI the biggest athleUo
that 1. brought together by a prize fight 1 .tunts that has been held In tho state.
Is a bad thing. Why is It that reporter's Those who are Interested point to the at
alway. ask mo about the fight the first tendance at tho recent Indoor meet, which
thing when they coma to interview with would indicate that there Is much en
meT" thualasm in this branch of sport lt prop
'That 1. what I should llko to know," erly aroused.
put in President Butler. I It la planned to make ample preparations
m next year to bring the state meet to
oi . nv neonl- are not inter- Omaha and to offer better general faclll
ested Jn tho fight, the sporting editors e tor carrying it oft than was possible
ovMonfltr think that because they are in- u"" S"0
terested ait. the reader, of the paper, are.
There is a mistake the paper, make."'
"Quite o, quite so," .aid the western
"Why," exclaimed President Butler,
SOLDIERS TRIMMED BY TRIUMPHS
Stora Tram Makes - Successful Attack
oa Fort Crook Warriors.
i , tut l J no Diun x I lUiiiuiiB tjh-vcicia iw run
warming w " """ Crook yesterday and defeated the fast
person out of every 100 who ever heard ot
Sixteenth infantry bunch. In a swatfest
score. 2b to 6. The Triumphs practically
" . nri.i,. j , cinched the contest In the first inning, when
President Wheeler here hastened to de- wUh on balls up, wltn ,, coupe
of b nir es. they atalned four tallies, wnicn
"They all know tho name. Jeffrie, and served to dishearten the Fort Crook lads.
wvi.i.av.,, i rrnuil hnd An nnr out rermceren Afftinst
"Perhap. not in the university precincts," the Triumphs, Drummy clouted one over
nut in Dr. Butler. "You can take tho first the left garden, which broke up the
... . . k. . I tangle, the army lads Quitting.
tinued the New York professor, "and ask ting six and allowing only five hits." Next
them what they think ot tne ngnt and they Sunday at Vinton street par, tne unumpn
tn what vou're talklnsr about." will battle with au"' all Cuban" team
AB.H.O.A.E. Kslal, lt i 110
Hll, lb t 1 1 1 lWaiiir, lb... 4 0 t t
DurkM, lb"... 7 10 1 OBlucr. lb.... 0 I 1
Now, to test your theory suppose f". o. ...... I J l i"". . f J
go out and ask him if he think. Jeffries rnubi"'.": 4 i 1 6 ivw'ii,, l i i
will win," Mid the Callfornian. McLmii, .. t I o lMuihern, rc. t 0 0 o
"That wouldn't be a fair test." objected J,';;; J , J ?Brk'ty0'n,;; ,4 ,
Dr. Butler. , BruMnin,p I 1 1 I ooormijr, p.... . 0 I
"Do you suppose .11 these people sitting ToU1 7s H M "i ToUis lu
around. Dr. vt heeler, pointing to the stors Triumphs .... 4000600 12 425
hotel lobby, "would like to go out and see Fort Crook 1 0 0 1 1 1 9 t 0-
tha fight T" Two-bse hits: Qulgley, Kalal. Three-
. , mm,j, w. i ... , base hits: Drummy. Home runs: Hall
... woum. r,rummy. Baue on balls: Off Stockton
The two learned professors shook their off Gormly, 1; off Bruggeman, 8. Shut
head, gloomily and the reporter departed out.: By Stockton, 6; by Gormly, 1; by
wV,M thv launched into n anlm.i At., uruggeman, o. oioien nines; nan w, uur
wont know what you're talking about
Dr. Wheeler arose and looked out Into
busy Thirty-fourth street.
"Do you mo that cab driver?" he asked.
Dr. Butler said ho did.
ft. Paul, where the priest was popular.
For three days Gibbons has been an In
mate of a drink cure sanitarium at Minne
apolis. This morning his wife called at the
sanitarium and Gibbons Insisted on accom-
"She was a model wife,- and mother, i
good and devout woman," was the sub
stance of what they .aid.
German Rnler Lets Crown Prince He-
ceire ChAeie Prince Because
HEttUM, May SO. The abscess on the
emperor, hand since it was lanced, is tak
ing a normal course, and according to Dr.
Iller the court ' surgeon yesterday, the
emperor suffers no pain. The operation
on the hand became necessary to reduce a
sharp inflammation which developed.
The crown prince this morning received
in audience Prince Tsal Tao, brother of the
Chinese regent, and his suite, as the em
peror was not able to put on a uniform.. In
consequence of the bandage over his right
wrist and thumb. The empress received
At Potsdam this afternoon, however, the
emperor entertained at luncheon Marquis
San Glulano, the Italian foreign minister.
with whom he had a lengthy conference.
The empress, the crown prince, and crown
princess. Dr. Von Bethmann-Hollweg, the
imperial chancellor, and Foreign Minister
Von Schoen, attended the dinner at the
Italian embassy this evening In honor of
There lias been no change In the em
peror', plan to meet the king of the Bel
gians at Wild Park station tomorrow, but
his review of the guards' brigade at Doe
bertil has been poostponed. It Is expected,
however,, that his majesty will have suf-
flcentlly recovered to enable him to re
view the spring parade ot the Berlin gar
rison on June 1.
Woman s Power
Lai w sinm.iii ll'l'"
Woman', mott glorious endowment i. the power
to awaken and hold the pure and honest love ot
worthy man. W hen the loses it and still love, on,
no one in tho wide world can know the heart agony
the endure. Tho woman who suffers from weak
ness and derangement of her special womanly or
ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of
man. Her general healiTi suffer, and the losea
tier good looks, her attractiveness, her amiability
and her power sod prestige a. a woman. Dr. R.V. Tierce, of Buffalo, N.Y., with
the assistance of hit staff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many
thousands of women. He has devised successful remedy ior weunan'. ail
ments. It is known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It Is positive
Specific for the wesknrstes and disorders peculiar to women. It purines, refil
ls tet, strengthens and hesls. Medicine dealers sell it. No kt dealer will
advise you to accept substitute in order to mske a little larger profit.
, XT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,
SICK WOMEN WELL.
Dr. Phrtm'B Plraunt Ptllel rtgulmt sirf sfrrtrjtnea 5fomvA, trier mmd Kovtlt.
Quality and Unlfornv Expel "
The Lanphe rt"
SAMPLE OF ENFORCEMENT
OF ANTI-JEWISH LAWS
Extreme F.xample of Manner
Which nasal is Enforrlnsr He
cent Expulsion Order.
ST. PETERSBURG, Thursday, May S0.-
An extreme example of the enforcement of
the antl-Jewleh laws Is reported from
Moscow, where the authorities have ordered
the expulsion of the 6-year-old son ot a
Jewish midwife ' on the grounds that the
mother alone Is permitted to reside inside
the Jewish, pale by virtue of her profes
sion, the child being unprivileged. Jewish
organisations have raised a fund to carry
the case to the Russian supreme court.
A Break for Liberty
from stomach, liver and kidney trouble Is
made when a 26c box of Dr. King's New
Life Pills is bought. For sale by Beaton
Tho quality and inh
of Tl n;)hPr.Ha
the cilhe many fleW
now ;.VabWty. A
a' A RIB A.kCVr
a v v sssj sssj sn la aJl
- . . -y-wsa.r? Ti, t.7,a' .
ruore than aa'ler H &A,AJdo shoddy.,
Jfllr hnt .Jn .
- iVfa? w or
tr: timt bo
under indictment for alleged bribery; Stan
ton C. Femberton (rep.), Oakland, under
Indictment for conspiracy to commit a
felony In connection with the furniture
deal: D. W. Holstlaw (dem. Luka. who was Honor ior Aaironomrr.
a. .j . ..a .m , i Vienna. Mir z'. icorwe i-.nerv Ma le
"""". " """""""'' the astronomer and director of the solas
wi do quissea ior lunner iniorrrmuon. observatory of the Carnegie Institution of
Representatives Joseoh S. Clark, (dcm.l Washington at Mt. Wilson, Cal., has been
Vandalia. under indictment for conspiracy lWAZTTLZc" , the Im
In a furniture dear, Charles I McMackln,
(rep.) Salem, voted for Lorimer and will be Former Official Kills Himself.
examined as a witness: Harvev D. Mc-1 ST. LOUIS. MO.. May 30. Bernard
Cullnm. fdm. Louisvlll. voted foe Tv.rl. Dlerkea, city auditor from 1901 to- 1909. shot
- ' ' ' 1 i ..jt 1,111. m kim.,1, atr KQhlM.v mnpn.
mer and will be examined as a witness. .... rnund unoons'olous from Dartial
une omer witness 10 do examinea is a. asphyxiation.
B. Johnston of the Johnston & Hatcher Co.
of Springfield, who acted as local agent
for the Ford & Johnson Co. In the furni
ture deal, and whom Senator Holstlaw and
Otto Freler of the Derby Desk company
had Implicated by their corroborative testi
They alleged 'hat A. B. Johnston agreed
Holstlaw should receive 91,600 when the A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
lumuure was insianea in me state nouse. I -, . , . .,, .... . . , . . .
The rrand iurv does not reconvene until " w4uo w xojuiuum, vv-
Tueeday, but state's Attorney Burke will alon and fear, If Mother's Friend la used by tha expectant mother
proceed tomorrow with the examinations In preparation of the event. This is not a medicine to be taken
of witnesses, he having received assurance internally, bnt a liniment to be aBBlied to bod, to assist nature
Clark the necessary physical changes ef th. system. Mother', mend is composed of
Bench warrants have been Issued for them I uus Mla medicines wnicn prepare tne mnscies ana leuaons ior iao uuusuai sirain.
making their immediate appearance manda- render the ligaments supple and elastic, aids In the expanding of the skin and flesh
three, and strengthens all the membranes And tissuea. It lessens the pain and
danger at the crisis, and assures future health to the mother. Mother's Friend is
sold at drug stores. . Write, for our free book, containing valuable information for
expectant mothers. ' .
THE DRADFIELD CO., ATLANTA. OA,
In Thursday's Real Estate column you
will find Home Day Bargains.
Real estate dealers will offer you the best property at tho
lowest prices possible. Read those bargains.
From twenty dollars up per month you can buy the kind of
home you want on the easy term plan.
Hundreds of people in Omaha are paying for their homes in
monthly installments. It is just like paying rent, only you own
-In' Thursday's Bee will be found a great many choice homo
bargains advertised for sale on the easy term plan. Make your
selection and buy now. v
Mr. Johnston' Is Mad.
Johnston will also be examined tomorrow
morning. Johnston declared today that
Senator Holstlaw was "a liar."
I have told the truth," declared John
ston, "I know of no corruption in connec
tion with the furniture and if summoned
before the grand Jury will repeat my declar
ation to that effect." ..,
The Sangamon county prosecutor's
anxiety was undisguised today when he re
ceived no word from Chief Deputy Sheriff
No matter where the price of
rubber goes, Sterling Tires are
Fred Long of Springfield, who went to Chi- always the same. We build only ioo per day each one is hand made
J::"r and live timet, inspected in process. With bterling Blue Tubes ins.de
they give longer and better service than any others. Dealers every,
where. Booklet on request. Sterling Rubber Works, Rutherford, N. J.
For Sale by Paxton & Gallagher Co 10th Street Viaduct, Omaha.
arrest Senator Broderlck, under indictment,
and who Is wanted as one of the witnesses
of the present probe. Intimations were re
ceived during the day that Broderlck Is be
ing withheld from Sangamon county. Word
was received last night that he was under
surveillance at that time and that his ar
rest could be made at any ym, bat today
when the prosecutor's office communicated
with Lieutenant Sullivan of the office of
Captain Wood, chief of Chicago detectives,
Burke was informed the whereabout, of
Broderlck wa. unknown.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME
srrscTxva jiat sstx
. W TRaJZT 0ERVICB MEW EQUTPMBXT
T,i y. n. Will Leave Chicago ...10.00 A.M. Dally
Irain HOi 01 Arrive Wheeling 11.00 P.M.
iiUfaaklnnn Usui Vnvlr Arrive Washington . . . . 10.45 A. M.
"NaSRlngt0nN8W lOrX Arrive Baltimore 11.45 A.M.
Arrive Philadelphia .... 2-02 P. M.
dpeOIBI Arrive New York .. 4.15 P.M.
All trains of western lines arriving Chicago In the morning make tills connection.
Will Leave Chicago 5.45 P. M.
Arrive Pittsburg 7.40 A.M.
Arrive Washington 4.42 P. M.
Arrive Baltimore 6.60 P.M.
Arrive Philadelphia .... 8.19P.M.
Arrive New York 10.40 P.M.
This train Is electrically lighted throughout, new coaches of steel and cement
construction, sleeping cers with berth lights, and observation rar between Pitts
burg and New York. The dining car service Is of the lilghett class. Liberal stop''
over privileges granted at Pittsburg, Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
CTTY TICKET OFFICES: 244 Clark Street and Principal Hotels.
DEPOT TICKET OFFICE: Grand Central Passenger Station, Fifth Avenue and
Harrison Street. -
B. H. AtrSTTW, Oeneral Passenger Agent.
Train No. 61
Royal Clue Limited"
Dies at Boston
cusslon a. to the a.tral significance of
BRIGG9 AND MlHDOfK HIGH
Break Twenty-Five Straight at loot
Omaha Gua Clab Shoot.
kee, Coe (3), Drummy, Qulgley (2), Hoover
(2), Kalal, Slater and Curran. Hit by
pitcher: By Bruggeman, 2; by Stockton, i.
umpires: jjowung ana juuuea.
I. arse Field at Maaoa City Raaea.
MASON CITY. Ia.. May SO. (Special. )
A large field or horses hss been entered in
the isorth lowa rsir races in mis cu
Former Non-Partisan Executive Suc
cumbs to Disease Acquired Dur
ing Campaign. .
The weekly shoot of the South Omaha I commencing August 22 and closing the Kin.
Oun club was a great auoces. Sunday after- Six thousnnd dollars are offered in purses,
noon. The scoring was very high conald- ch stake representing $1,000. There are
erlng the strong west wind. Several of on an average of twenty-two entrle. In
the competitor, made a perfect score. The cl th classes Many of the best
now vmundH in haenminar nniriiv rv.,r. stables in the cuntry are represented.
popular and tne visitors were far more I an ong them being that of M. D. Snutts
numerous. The bent records were made of Hock Rapids, Ja., the owner of Persia
by Murlough and Bi lggs. each man break- I Maid, this world beater having started on
lug twenty-five straight targets in the reg
uiar maicn. roiiowing are me scores
BogetU 22 Brlgg.
Murtough 26 Park
Marvel 22 MeUinnls
Boyle 4 Huff
her remarkable career as stake winner oa
the tracks here. The purse races for this
meeting are: 2:20 trot, 1400; 2:14 trot, 4W);
t:M pace. 2400; 2:12 pace, 400.
A. O. V. W. Lesgs.
The Ancient Order of United Workmen
... 1 1 1 .11. mill ,n Ih. aau art n.v I
I L:. u 1'nlnn la,.ffn l.nrirA XJ n 17 mrA
w ikuirhftn LniifA No will ba known as
w - I . . .-. . l. i . . i n.un. i. r ... n u n i a...
apltal Tool Toaraey. N() m an(J PatUn iagu No. 173, will be
Before the- largest crowd of the tourna- known as the north clubs. A. R. Hollen
ment. White defeated Prlnse In a close and hemer. Jim Baldwin and Charles Crawford.
exciting game. 100 to & White no doubt three well known veterans ot the national
would have, lost the game had Prinse not game, will hold the . Indicator. Deputy
.'-wed himself up three successive times at Grand Master Workman Jake Jaskalek will
me rmlHh. Hcun men piayea laai pool all present the pennant to the winning team
Btdaey Leads Over Kimball.
through the game, maldng numerous longjat the end of the season.
ruiin, r rinse lae ioiiisvi. wuri iwrniy-one.
This waa Prlnse'. last game In the tourna
ment, finishing with a percentage ot ffii
The scorei ' . , SYDNEY, Neb., May 20 (Special Tele-
fynu-. v, o u, iz, d, u, e, v, i, is. u, 14, gram.) The Sidney and Kimball teams
1, 4.0. 0. 4. 14, 1. 0, 2. 0, 1. 1101. Scratches, played this afternoon at Kimball. Sidney
L Total, 100. High rura, 18. 14, 14. winning. 7 to 6. A special train went from
rrinse . 0, 2, e, 0, 0, 1, 1, I, 0, 9. I. !, 0, 1 here with over SuO people, accompanied by
15, 0, Q. s. n 21. 7. 0, 14. S, lVi. Scratches, the 81dney brass band. Webb, for Sidney
made a noma run ana uorsey
(. Total. M. HiKh runs. tl. 14. IS.
Playtd. Won. Lost
tmwns .A I . 0
Vhite ' 1
Hiepard . i
Bunnell v S 1 0
Jtlley I I 2
Prlnse 7 j $
Dwens ., 4 11
I'ralick , 4 0 4
Monday evening Owens play. Frallck.
Batteries: Taylor and Schaumberc for
Pot. 1 Sidney; Bergnan, Rodman and Barthole-
i mew ior KimouL umpire: inoupek. At
iw 1 tenaanc; Hit.
Breaks World's Heeorda.
Raagrora Defeat fkersaaa.
The Ranger, defeated Herman in
loosely played game by the score ot 8 to t.
The wind made the fielding very difficult.
The Rangers won out In the ninth, scoring
four runs and cinching the game. This
was Herman s first defeat of the year.
PtrjW UHA. AiaV ai.T-vA rnrU ' I ..... . d 11 Li
;r.,: r "r ..rJ" A00'- " Velll Hangers 0 II 1 1 I Hit
Herman 4 0 aeilte0-6I
a A nm Hn Vnrk A.ki.,4. "...I. T I taenes: nangcrs. Aiuran ana uioson
hurled the lavelln 1 feet i in-hT' .,Wi"? Herman. Weber. Jones and Braslie.
beats Martitt Sheridan's old
several yards. The second record, the run-1 isayaeaa Tarawa uiaoa. t.
nlng. two hops and Jump, went to Dan BT. I5UI9, May . Zby ssko, tho Polish
Ahearn. irisn-Anwrican Athletic club, who wrestler, who Is matched with Frank
Uoicn ror weunesaay at umcago, won from
rh.r AV (1 MR rtf HI I Jill H In WA ru r. .
Caataraa Hiu, ... f.11, kre tonight. Kbyrzke reauired twenty
nw YORK, May SO. Joe Foaler ran. eight minutea for tha first fail aud aixteen
cleared SI feet W inches.
A.'iout a foot In front of Frank li Krame" Ith l""t ' nin ln weight and conipellsd
turn wme aa. l.u. inun 10 on atuat v wm oeavy wurM.
ad the one-mile open orofesalonai hi-vri I (or tho second. Of the two Olson eppoared
at Vallsbuig. N. J . today, finishing tn the better form, but his antagonist had
BOSTON, May 60. Former Mayor George I
A. Hibbard ot this city died yesterday at
hi. home in tho Asbemont district ofj
It wa. at the closa of hi. unsuccessful!
campaign for re-election a. chief magis
trate of the city last December that the
former mayor found himself .uffering from
the dlseas. which caused hi. death. HI.
successful opponent. Mayor John F. Fit.-
gerald, recently appointed Mr. Hibbard city
colleotor, but the appointment failed of I
approval by the Civil Service commission.
Serving a. a nonpartisan mayor, Mr. Hib
bard went out of oftlce depleted in wealth
and antagonised by Influential Interests,
but claiming to have saved the city $2,500,0001
during hi. two year.' service. For eight!
year, and up to 1908, when he wa. elected
mayor, he was postmaster of Boston. Hel
was born in thl. city In 1804.
Mayor Seidel of Milwaukee to Make
ac for United States Senator
MILWAUKEE, Wl... May SO. W. A.
Jacob, of Racine was tonight selected a.
the atandard bearer of the social democ ratio
party in tho contest for governor next fall at
the closing session ot the state convention.
Eml' Seldel, present mayor of Milwaukee,
was honored with the nomination of United
Other nomination, were made which will
be submitted to a referendum of the party.
Resolutions were adopted favoring aboli
tion of tho United States senate; borne
rule for cities throughout the state; publi
cation of text book, by states; further ex
tension of the development work of the
State university; conservation of national
resources, publlo ownership of coal mines,
and severe punishment of white slave
traffickers, The platform of the party
adopted Is in the main a replica ot the
document ot two yeara ago.
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