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THE BEE: OMAIIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
Rourkes Lead Second Division; Leaders Win in National; Tigers Beat Athletics
ROURKES TRIM RAWS AGAIN
Three Garnet in Row, lost One by
Score of Eijht to Six.
IT AIX HAT-PENS III EIGHTH
With ttod !. Topeka Lets Omaha
Score Klre Ran l.araelr Troh
Krrnra hy Wkltiif and
(nnk'i WraUealna. -
TOPEKA, Kan.. Jun! ,-Preclal Tele
sranV) omshs made It three in a row by
walking off with today's game. S to . To
f'rka h1 It won, but Cook let down ami
hl pal" wobbled behind him and fieton
the game ended five rum were across,
Topeka nicked three In the second or
dlnnled by llopke, Breltenateln and Haw
kins and a double by Crompton. In the
third Kneave doubled and 'u punned
home on surceeslve Infield outs that forced
the play for the batter each time.
Omaha gathered two In the fifth when
Srhoonover walked. Koeaves hit behind
him,, and after Purbln flew out Pick
cleaned up with a blngle. Topeka leathered
one In the fourth on Hawkins' double and
Cook's single. Another oame In the fifth
when Safford hit, was sacrificed ahead,
and ecored on Kneavee' bobble of Whit
The locals plucked another In the aeventh.
Thompson got one by virtue of a flelder'a
choice and was chased horn by Whitney's
double through second.
Topeka had gathered so many scores
that It could not stand to see the vlaltors
humiliated, so In the eighth things hap
pened. Purbln walked, but was pinched
on Pick's roller and Kane was an easy out
to Hopke. Williams rolled a slow one to
Whitney. H was so easy that "Whitney
mussed It up and Pick beat borne. Then
Nlehoff cracked one to Breltenstein and
Whitney muffed that throw. King scored
both with a fine double and Bchoonover
scored King. The left fielder then swiped
socond and third and Kneaves was plunked
In the ribs. The two engineered a double
steal, Hchoonover scoring before Kneaves
was tagged. Hall went in and held the
locals safe for the two sessions. Score:
( .. AB. R. H. O. A. E.
f 0 1 12 o
4 10 10 0
ieniu,, 4 1 1 1 0
'" '' 118 0 0
Bchoonover, If 4 2 2 2 0 4
Knavu(. ss 3 2 2 J 2 1
Agnew. c 0 2 2 9
Arbogaatt 10 10 0 0
Pen trees, p 1 0 9 9 9
Diirbln, p 1 w o 0 1 9
HttJh. p 1 9 0 0 2 9
8 8 27 U 1
. . , AB. B. H. CK A. E.
Rlckert, If j 0 10 0
Harford. .lb. oiiii
Bf.owrr ib...rr.. i t 91 0
rVtinmaxon, cf 2 110 0 9
Whitney, lb 4 0 1 g i
Hopke. as 4 116 4 2
Breitenstoln, 3b 8 1 18 4 4
Crompton, rf 4 1 14 9 9
Hawkins, c 4 11 1 1
Frambes, o 4 4 4 4 4 4
Cook, p 4.0 1 0 4
Totals M 11 27 14 "i
Topeka ,.0 2 4 119 10 4-0
Omaha ......4 4 1 0 2 4 4 1 08
Two base hits: Hawkins, King. Sacri
fice hits: ' Thomaaon. Btolen bases: Pick,
Williams, Bchoonover. Hits: Off Fentress,
4 in tww Innings; off Durbln, 1 in five
Innings. Bases on balls: Off Cook, 2; off
iJurbln. 1. Struck out: By Coolt, 7; off
J'entrees, 1: Iurbin. 1. Hit by pitched
ball. By Cook, 1. Umpire: Bhoemaker.
THRKB STRAIGHT FOR 'LINCOLN
Aatelopes Defeat Hlonz City by Score
I af Eight to Two.
1JNCOLN, June 8. Lincoln made It three
straight from 8loux City, winning, 8 to 2.
The champions could not hit Applegate.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Gagnler, ss 2 1 0 0 7 1
InuUub, 2b 4 2 18 10
Cole, cf 2 12 10 0
Cobb. rf.. 2 2 2 1 0 0
tundon, Sb 8 4 1 0 0 1
T. Miller, If 8 1 0 8 0 0
Thomas.' lb 4 0 1 8 0 0
Etratton, c 8 0 1 9 0 0
Applegat. p 8 1 1 2 2 0
Totals... M 8 4 27 10 2
, BIOUX CITT.
. . AB. R. H. O. A. B.
Andreas, 2b 4 116 2 0
Rellly. 8b 8 11110
Neighbor's. If 8 4 0 0 1 1
Hartman,' ss. 4 0 0 4 4 1
Wagner, cf 1 0 4 2 0 0
Blem, lb 1 0 1 10 2 0
M. Miller, c 8 0 0 4 8 4
Welch, rl 4 4 11 0 0
Wilson, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Clark, p 4 4 0 0 2 0
Totals 38 2 7 24 18 2
Lincoln 4 0 2 4 0 4 2 4 8
Sioux City 0 0 0 2 4 4 4 4 02
Runs batted In: Cole (2). Thomas (2).
Cobb. I'nglaub, Dundon (2). Three-base
hit: Cobb. Two-base hit: Stem. Double
flays: L'nglaub to Thomas. Andreas to
lartmaa, Stem to Andreas, Andreas to
Hartman. to Stem. Left on basea: Lincoln,
; Sioux City, 10. Btolen basea: Unglaub,
Cole, Cobb (2), T. Miller. Sacrifice hits:
Uagnier, Cole, Applegate. Struck out: l)y
Applegate, 8. bases on balla: Off Apple
gate. J: off Wilson. 2: off Clark, S. Hit hv
pitched ball: By Applrgaie, 2. Innings
ucnea: oy wiison, iwo-tliirns, runs 4,
I T m 3: hv t'lark iav,ii mnA Hlcl run. A
mis a. lime; umpire: Clark.
Are to Be Paid Aeuordla to the Skill
that They Show la Their
Caddies at the Omaha Field club are to
be classified In the same manner as those
of the Omaha Country club were two weeks
ago. The best oaddles will receive 60 cents
a round, next best 40 oents and ths be
ginners 30 cents. Golfers will be requested
on no condition to tip caddies, but to pay
them at the regular rates. Heretofore, all
caddies have received forty cents a roilhd.
This move Is taken in preparation for the
romlag stats tournament. July 6. If a cad
die knows he Is to receive snore money
if he is a better caddy he will take more
pains and learn ths duties and do them
better than otherwise. If a boy shows that
he is prompt and willing and knows caddy
lng, be will be promoted from the lower
c lass to one above.
Blue Hill Defecate La vr react.
FLUE HILL, Neb., June 8 (Speoia'l.)
The hUue Hill bane ball team defeated
Lawrence team here Tueeday. - Hill, a new
pitcher from Alexandria. Neb., proved a
puxsle to the visitors, striking out eleven
men. Airtight fielding and good Mick work
won the game. Ksrnum's catching was a
feature. Score by innirgs:
R. H C
Blue Hill ... 44446411 14 it'
Lawrence .. 4-4444484 1 4 4 T
Batteries: Hill and Farnum, Schroer,
Garber and N orris.
Werae Wlaa Froaa Wlaalde.
WATNE, Neb., June 8 (Special Tele
gram A splsndid game of ball was wit
nessed by about 600 people at the ball park
this afternoon between Wayne and Wln
slde, Wayne winning. 6 to 2. Batteries
Watne. Dunaway and Drpew; Wlnslae.
Pomeroy and Cress.
. Middle A sd aad Elderly People
l-Folsy Kidney Pills for Quick and per
maneX1 results la ail cases of kidney and
bladdeV troubles, and for painful and an
noying ; Irregularities. For sale by all
Standing of Teams
WEST LKAtllTK. I NAT. LEAOL'E
Denver w U New York ..29 17.63.
Lincoln 27 16 .Ml Chicago 2t 17
I'u'blo IS Philadelphia. 29 1 .l.
Sioux City. ...at is .B.V IPttsburg ...ii 21 .M.
Omaha ti 22 .Ht Kt. Louis 23 22 .61
.t. Joseph 24 .47 i Cincinnati ..22 5 .4.
Topeka 20 2 .4 v. Brooklyn ...171 .a
Des Moines . . 40 Boston 12 lio .2
AMKR. ASSN. I A ML IV VKAGVE.
Kansas City. 31 19 .K20' tetrolt 3 li .7ij
folumlms ...JO 21 tiJOi Philadelphia. 117 17 .t14
Minneapolis .2 M ..M7, Boston 2.i 20 .Si
MllWHiikee . ,2 27 ,4!li Chicago 22 19 .53s
t- Paul 25 N .472 New oYrk ..2122.4XS
Uiulsvllle ...24 2K .4fJ2 C'levelMnd ...1 29 .3B
'oiPdo 24 30 .444. Washington .17 30 . 3',2
.nilanapolls 21 33 .KM St. Louis ...15 32 .31U
Mt-B. Lii A (i UK. MINK LEAiil'E.
.13 10 M5 Falls City. ...11 7.611
.14 11 .W! Clai inda 11 8 ..
.12 11 .5221 Neb. Oty...l0 f .."2i
12 10 J.46I Auburn 10 8.5o
.12 11 .642 Mai yilile , 8 11 .421
....U 11 500. Shenandoah . 8 13 .315
....10 14 .417
8 15 .34
Omaha, S; Topeka, 4.
Kt. Joseph, 1; Denver, 7.
Lea Moines. 3; Pueblo, 4.
Sioux City, 2: Lincoln. 8.
New York, t; Pittsburg, 3. Ten Innings.
Philadelphia, 8; Cincinnati, 1
Brooklyn, 1; Chicago, 4.
Boston, 3; St. Louts, 4.
Cleveland, 2; Washington, 4.
Kctrolt, 8; Philadelphia. 3. '
Chicago, 7; New York, 2.
81 Louis, 11; Boston, I.
Toledo, 3; Milwaukee. 8.
Columbus, 0; St. Paul. 3.
Indianapolis, 7; Kansas City. 8.
Louisville, 8: Minneapolis. 10.
Maryville, 2; Nebraska City, 4.
Clarlnda, 2; Falls Cliy. 4.
Auburn, 1: Shenandosh. 11.
Peward, 7; York, 13.
No other games scheduled.
Western League Omaha at Pueblo:
Sioux City at Denver. St. Joseph at Lin
coln. Des Moines at Topeka,
National league New York at Pittsburg.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati, Brooklyn at
Chicago, Boston at St. Louis.
American League Cleveland at Washing
ton. Detroit at Philadelphia. Cleveland at
New York, Detroit at Boston.
American Association Toledo at Mil
waukee, Columbus at St. Paul, Indianap
olis at Kansas City, Louisville at Min
neapolis. Nebraska State League York at Hastings,
Superior at Seward, Columbus at Kearney,
Fremont at Grand Island.
Mink League Marysville at Nebraska
City. Clarlnda at Falls City, Auburn at
BLUES TAKE HARD CONTEST
Two Buns in Eighth Gire Locals Game
FINAL SCORE IS EIGHT TO SEVEN
Kaaeas City Ties Score Twice and
Visitors Break Tie Twice, Bat
Third Time Blaes Get
KANSAS CITY, June 8. Kansas City tied,
the SCOTS twice With Indanannlls hr n.
day and twlcs It was broken by the vlal
tors, but the third time, in the eighth, two
runs g-ave the locals the game, 8 to T.
AB H O.
8 I Hallman, rt. I 1
1 Wooilrurt, if. 4 0 1 0 0
4 S Hofman, ef.. I l 1 1 6
o Houaar, lb... 4 1 I s 8
4 Goti. lb f 1 I
I Hitter, a.... 4 110 0
4 1 Wtlllajna, lb I 1 i ( 0
4 Mowa, ss.,.. I 0 4 I 1
I 4 Wabb. p 1 0 0 1 0
0 Walab 1 0 4
0 0 Whlta, p 0 0 0 0
1 Ocblltior, p. I 0
0 0 Totals IT It 14 II 1
Rartatu, lb.. 4 1 0
Oarencr, II.. 4
Lot, lb .... I
Hjratt. rf ... 4
Sullivan, af . 4
CnrrKloa, u. t
IMne, 2 baa I
Totala U 11 IT 11 I
Batted for Webb In the third.
Batted for Pnvll In H .lKtk
Tndlsnsnnlla OA On oaaaa m
r- ........ vwavVT' V I
Kansas City 01110002 S
Three-base hit: Love. Two-base hits:
Hyat Powell. Barbeau, Rltter. Sacrifice
hits: Cprrldon, Downey. Woodruff, Houser.
stolen hlu.' Cls,m t A7 11 1 1 - M - vm. . ,
on ball": . Off White, 2; off Rhoadea, 1;
on. r owen, . eirucK out: By Webb. 1:
fe' vWh't- : by. Powell, 4. Hits: Off
Webh, 3 In two Innings; off White. 8 In
On ann nna.thfH lnnln-. S lii.ua .
In four and two-thirds innings; off Rhoadea,
u in iw,, mjiu one-inira innings; ort Powell,
6 In fire and two-thirds Innings; off Al
trock, none In one inning. Double plays:
Hofman, to Houser. Gardner to Baker.
I. eft nn. hnnaa- I.JI.....H. a .
----- - - - . .... ii.ig 1 1 , o , vansas
it . iT'1 base on rrors: Indlan-
-i""-. a, nanus 11 v, x. 'lime: 1:05.
Umpires: Weddlge and Blerhalter.
Dclehaaty Wins for Saints,
a. 8Tk ?A;UI June Sensational catches
by Delehanty and his timely stick work
n la v an hi w n In a. r...i-. -.
; . , - ....... a mv m v n iui y over
Columbus today. The visitors have been
"' iwice mis season and both times
by St. Paul. Score:
T. PAUt COLCMBUi.
AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H O A B
CTarka. If.... 3 1 I 0 0 CRourlia, 16 4 0 1 i
Delah olr. rf 4 I I 0 0 Hlnrhm-.', If 4 1 1 0 J
V ,ltk.v,B 4 0 1 I o Cwiaalton. rf 4 1 1 1
Autray. lb... 4 0 4 1 0 Dtiwna. b...l 14 10
Ralatoa, cf.. 8 I I 0 0 Parrlns. lb.. 4 0 II 1 1
Butlar, aa..,4 I 1 1 I Mahllng, aa . 4 0 1 7 i
s-janrar. ... 4 1 T 0 0 fMw.il, cC.I 0 4 0 0
Hawaii, lb... 4 0 4 I 0 Bamla. ...... 1 J
L'I" 1 1 J"4. I 0 4 10
ToUU II 4 84 II 4 ToUI. It T If T I
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
St. Paul o 0000111-8
Two-base hits: Down., Delehanty. Three
base hit: Butler. Stolen bases: Delehanty.
Butler. Perrlng. Double plays: Mahllng
to Downs to Perrlng. Congalton to Bemls
Bases on balls: off Le.sard, 4. Struck
out: By Laroy, 7. Sacrifice hit: Downs.
Left on bases: St. Paul, S; Columbus, .
lime: 1:34. Umpires; Owens and .'Undl
boe. MOVEMENTl OF BALL PLAYERS
Release of Altchlsoa to Sloax City by
NEW TORK. June 8-President Lynch
of the National league of Professional
Pass Ball Clubs today announced that the
following contracts and reltasrs have been
Cortracts-Wlth Boston. Harry Btelnfeldt
and Albert Weedcn: with Chicago. Herbert
V. Juul; with Cincinnati. D. J. Mahoney,
1811-12. and Frenk Smith; with New York,
James R. Paulett.
Releases-By Boston, to St. Paul (A. A.).
Arthur Butler, Joshua B Clarke: by Br ok
lyn. to Sioux City (W. L ). Raleigh Altehl
son; by Cincinnati, to Terre Haute (C. L).
D. J. Mahoney. optional agreement; by
Cincinnati, unconditionally, B. L. Noogln
(this player was returned to Clnolnnatl by
Bouth Bend); by New York, to 6an An
tonio (T. L.). Jack Johnstm; by Pittsburg,
to Indianapolis (A. A ), Klrb White; by
Pittsburg, to Minneapolis (A. A ). Sherrod
M. Smith, options! agreement.
Charles A. Pickett has been returned to
St. Louis by Minneapolis and Is placed
under suspension by St. Louis for failure
to keep In condition.
MaSjlrl Catches a Tartar.
HOLDRF41K. Nsb.. June 8 -(Special.)
Wrewtler Maglrl of Hastings, one of the
claimants of the -welterweight champion
ship of the state, struck a Tartar mhan he
attempted to throw Carl Pelander of this
city tales in as hour. They wrestled for
forty minutes without a fall and at ths
end of tliat time Maglrl forfeited the match
on the pretext that he must catch a train.
In-rlng ths bout Pelsnder came nearer se
curing a fall than did the professional.
GIANTS WIN IN THE ELEYENTH
New York DefeaU Pittsburg by the
Score of Four to Three.
FUMBLE LETS IN NEEDED BUN
ew York Ties Contest la Nlath Ia
nine, a Fumble by Wilson Help
ing Two Two-Rase
PITTSBURG, June 8 -New York today
defeated Pittsburg In eleven innings, by
the score of 4 to 1. Brldwell scored the
winning run on a fumble by Miller. The
game was bitterly contested all the way.
New York tied In ths ninth, a fumbls by
Wilson helping. Score:
NSW YORK. pnrsnrRfi.
AB.H. OAK. AB.H.O.A.B.
PaToro. If... 14 4 t Caraa, f..,.l 0 4 10
Doyl. lb.... I 111 1 riarka, lf.... 1111
8no.lraa. cf I 0 4 0 0 Bvrna. lb ... 4 10 0 0
Murray, rf... 110 0 Wairnar, M.. I till
Maral. lb... 1 II 0 0 Millar, lb. .. Sill
Brldnall, aa. I 4 I I 0 Hunter, lb... 4 110 0
neylln, 8b... ft 10 1 0 Wllaon, rf...4 110 1
Maver, o. ... 4 111 0 Olhtnn, C....4 01)0
Hatnhar ... 0 0 4 0 Camnlti, p.. I I It I 0
Wllana, 0....I 1 1 Flynn 1 0 0 f 0
9 1 0 1 1 0 Farry, p 0 0 0 0 0
Cranaall, p.. 1 0 0 I t Totals II 7 13 I 4
Totala 42 1 II 11 1
Hatted for Camnlts in the eighth,
llan for Meyers In the seventh.
'Hattnil f n r- An... ,n , . A.nk
Pittsburg 8 000010008 08
N.' A nr-lr flA1iaAAlaiiis a
ws as..v VAVVVV4VAU A Tl
Two-base hits: Clarke, Brldwell. Sacri
fice hit: Byrne. Sacrifice fly: Crandall.
Stolen bases: Devore, bnodgrass
Murray, Alerkle, Fletcher, Wagner. Double
play; Clarke and Gibson. First on balls: Off
Camnlts, 2; oil Ames, 1; off Crandall, ju
Hit by pitched ball: By Camnlts. 1; by
Hnodgrass, 1. Etruck out: By Camnlts,
; by Ferry. 1; by Ames, 2; by Crandall,
1. Left on bases: PlttBburg, 6; New York,
First on errors: Pittsburg, 1. New
York '1 l-lt. ftt r i. - .
... -. -...... . v aiuiiii. a& in lora
innings; off Ames. 4 in six Innings: off
....u.. , uvo liiiuiiKH. iime: i:iu.
Lmplres: Klein and Lmslle.
St. Loots Beats Boston.
8T. LOUIS, June 8.-St. Louis defeated
Ronton In fh. ... . ... ,
- . . . . . . .. wi i Hai,,v 1M. tno series
today, by a score of 4 to 2. Harmon was
very effective with men on bases. The
visitors hud three men let in the third
and an equal number In the seventh,
iwelve men died this way during the
game. Curtis was knocked off the mound
in the third and Brown, who replaced him.
was effective. Score:
T. LOUIS. BOSTON.
, AB.K.O.A I. AB.H O A B.
Huggins, tb.. 4 1 I t 1 Sweenay. 2b.6 I 110
Hauaar, aa... 1 0 0 0 1 Tannay. lb... I 0 111
Bn "- 1 I 1 I OHsraos. aa... 4 1114
Ellla. If. ..... 1 1 4 0 1 Millar, rt.... 6 1100
Konay, lb.... I 0 II 0 0 Imorion. Sb. 4 I I 1 4
Evans. rf....4 I I 4 4 Ooooa. ef.... 4 4 10 4
Mowroy lb.. I Oil Q Collloa, It... 1100
Oakas. of.... I 4 10 0 Graham, ... I 0 4 14
Braaaahan. 4 I K I 0 Curtis, p I 0 4 10
Harmon, p... 4 10 1 0 Brown, p.... I 4114
Totsla SI 11 17 la a t . 1. 71 IT "I T
b,0"1,0" , i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i-a
fet. Louis 0 12 10 9 0 0 t
Two-base hits. Huggins, Harmon. Three
base hits: Henog, tomith. Sacrifice hits:
Collins, Alowrey, Oaks, K1IU. Double
plays: Smith. Huggins and Koney.
Stolen baes: Hersog U), Collins. Bases on
nulla ' tiff ll.i.n...n a. -n
Curtis. 1 Btruck out: By Harmon, 6; by
, ui v-urns, a. Hits: urr Curtis
6 in two Innings, none out In third, one
!Lba8?a: Boston. U; St. Louis. . Time:
.w. uiupves: urennan and O Day.
Pklllles Hit Ball Hard.
PIWPI VV A T-T T ,.
if une . rnnaaeipnia nit
Fromma and Smith hard today and won by
i .11 v I ii a. moure was erieeuve
featu'ri4 'SL'0 lnn,n- Magee's batting
' PHILADELPHIA. CINCINNATI.
, AB.H.O.A.B, AB.H.O.A.B.
Wslah, b-rf. 4 1114 Mir, It.. 4 1110
lohr, lb;.... 1 4 14 0 B.loa. cf I 14 4a
Lobart, lb... 14 10 Hoblltiol. lb 4 1 T I 0
Maja. 11.... ! o Mltehall, rt. 4 0 I I 0
Ludarw, lb j t 1 4 Downay, as.! 1 0 1 1 0
Wolob'oo, ef. I t I 4 0 Altlaar, aa... I 1 J j
DooJaa, aa... (14 1 1 Urant, lb.... 4 14 11
uo"'. 1 1 0 4 4 cisrt, s 14 14 4
Moor, p.,.. 4 1 4 4 0 Fromme. p.. 0 0 0 4 4
. , smith, p I 4 4 4
Totala. 41 II 17 10 1 Kaato, p I 4 4 0 0
Back 1 0 0 0 4
. .. . TotsU II "iw Jo's
Batted foe Rmlth in u
PhllnriAlnt.1. a n n ' - - - -
Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 04
...n. S?. l7U:1wl8h' Magee. Home
one-third innnlng; off Smith. 12 in six and
tWO-thlrdn inninir.. W . i . i
------- ............ "wicp, in iwg in
nings. Sacrifice hits: Bates, Magee. Stolen
auuon, uouin. uouoie pays:
, " v . . . . UUUDI U. IJOIL On
baaea: Phllnrfalohin o- -i....i.,.i of,."
. . . v, viiiv-iiiiwii, e. uajiea
on hull- rtt m. i- . oi.i; '. oTTr.T
--------- ' , v.. djiiii.ii, i, otruca
wB.?:.?i,oreIA:.bjr : by Keefe, 4.
xr' .oie. xuiie: .uu, umpires:
Eason and Johnstone.
Cabs Cinch Game In Sixth.
CHICAGO. June 8 RnulhnK ...
much for Brooklyn, and Chicago defeated
the visitors. A base on balls, an error, two
force outs and a double and single broke
a tie game. Score:
Sheokard. If. 4 1 I 0 0 Toolay. sa...?4 0 14 0
Scbulto, rf... I 1 I o Doubort. lb.. 10 4 11
Archer lb... 4 1 10 0 4 Whaat, If.... 4 4-41
H.Zro an. lb 4 1 I t 0 Hummel, lb. I I I 0 0
Doyls, lb.... 4 4 4 1 4 Burch, ef....4 4 10 0
Tinker, aa.... I 111) Coulaon, rf.l 1 I 4 0
5"' "- J J K.Zlm'an, lb I 4 1 1 4
Jims, e I 110 4 Bericen, 0....I 0 110
Reulbacb, p. 1 4 4 4 1 Knetior, p... I 1 0 4 4
Totals II I IT 11 I Totals ai 1 u "a i
'afo 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0
Brooklyn 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 l
Two-base hit: Tinker. Th..K... hi
H. Zimmerman. Bases on halin- or
bach, 2; off Knetzer, 6. Btruck out: By
..u,Unu, o. oy jvneizer, o. Time: 1:46.
Umpires: Rigley.snd F"lnneran.
YORK'S HITTING BEATS SEWARD
Good Stock Work Hesalts la Victory
by Thirteen to Seven.
YORK. Neb., June 8.-(SpeclaI Telerram.)
York beat Seward this morning by heavy
nnung. wiiKins pitcnea a good game and
but for errors would have held Seward to
t small score, score: ,
Bradbr'k. Sb. 4 1111 Roblnaon. sa4 1 I I I
Barrall, lb... 4 111 1 Cooley, lb... 4 4110
lleonlaaoy, 114 1 I 0 1 Henry, lb.... ft 4 14 4 4
Harm. c( ... ft 4 11 0 Burn. II.... I I I 0 0
Jarrott, rf... 114 4 Iucaa. cf I 4 10 0
Payee, lb... 4 1 14 I 1 Fullen. lb... I 0 1 I 0
fra, as ft 1 0 I 1 Ppaea, rf I 0 0 0 I
Burhanaa, s. I I 4 I 0 Welly, e ft I 4 I 4
Wllklua, p... 4 4 4 1 0 Wbealer, p.. 4 1 1 1 4
Totala II 11 IT II Totala M "i 14 10 "l
Seward 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 17
York 46018000 13
Home runs: Robinson. Harm. Kneaui
Two-base hits: Burns. Buchanan, Farrell.
otrucK out: ny wiiKins, 4; by Wheeler, 8.
First base on balls: Off Wilklns. 2; off
Wheeler, 1 Double play: Robinson to
Henry. lilt witu uliclit-d bull: l.nr-aj.
Time: 1:M. Umpire: McDermott. Attend
Rclnsmaa Serloasly Hart.
CHARLES Cil'Y. Ia.. June 1 rSnnoint
John Kathan, probably one of the best
known drivers of racing horses In the state,
was perhaps fatally injured while driving
on the track at Hlma last evening. The
hobbles of the horse Kathan was driving
came down as Kathan s horse and two
others were turning into the home stretch.
The horse turned a complete somersault,
throwing the driver to the track. The
horse following ran over Kathan, trampling
his head and bdy. Kathan lives at Osage.
Wither Defeats Beatrice.
WTT.HFH M.h Tn. a .,.- . air.i
ber won from the Beatrice Business college
;..niu.j U m m..uim VI iv 10 m. Bcore:
- ............... n w ss v s IV M
Beatrice 00004)220 o 4 in in
Batteries: Wllber, Shlmonek and Prucha
Beatrice. Qulnn and Booth. Umpires:
Kelley and Shestak. v
Laarcl Wlas Irons Wayne.
WAYNE, Neb., June 8. (Special Tele
gram.) Laurel won from Wayne today by
a score of 8 to 2.
A Blood r Affair
Is lung hemorrhage. Stop It and cure weak
lungs, coughs and colds with Dr. King's
New Discovery. K)c and 11.00, for sals by
Beaton Drug Co.
Omaha Lads Leave
Today for Chicago
School Track Meet
Robert Wood and Virgil Rector to
Represent the Omaha High
Robert Wood and Virgil Rector, the two
star track athletes of the Omaha High
school, leave Omaha tonight for Chicago,
where they will enter the big western In
terscholastlo meet being conducted by
Coach Alonio Stagg of the University of
Wood, who is ths captain of the Omaha
track squad,, has an unofficial record of
10 seconds in the 100-yard feasn and a re
cord of 10 1-5 seconds In two successive
years in the Nebraska State High school
meet. He has often done 22 seconds for
ths 220-yard dash. In which event hs Is
even better than In the 100-yard. Wood
will enter both events representing Omaha.
Rector will enter only the pole vault
event. He has attained a height of 11 feet
In this lncompetftion and did 11 feet, 8
Inches In practice last Saturday. This Is one
inch higher than the record height of ths
Both Wood and Rector have been at the
Omaha High school camp this week but
were given a furlough for the last three
days In consideration of the fact that they
were to attend the mtet. The two boys
gave up the pleasures of visitors' day to
come home, declaring that even if It was
vlaltors' day they were in training and un
able to properly enjoy It.
Coach R. L, Cains of the high school,
will go to the meet with his men to see
them compete, and see that they are in'
the best possible shape for their events.
This is the first year Omaha has sver
sent any representation to the big meet,
although It has received Invitations be
fore. Many alumni of the school have
urged that the Omaha school send its
crack teams to the Chicago meet, a fins
relay, squad that the school had last year
and the year before being especially
boosted for the Stags meeL .
Falls City Wedges in
After Hard Battle
Takes First of Series with Clarinda
Pennant to Be Raised
FALLS CITY, Neb.. June 8. (Special Tel
egram.) Falls City took the first game
of the series today in a hard battle. Friday
afternoon will be the Mink league day,
when the championship pennant will be
raised In the Falls CItp park. A big
parade and ceremonies in which Acting
Lieutenant Governor John H. Morehea4
will : participate, which will precede the
game. Score: R.H.E.
Falls City 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 i 2
Clarlnda 00000020 02 4 8
Batteries: Falls City, Woods and Vander
hill; Clarlnda, Walters and Harmony, Um
SHENANDOAH. Ia., June S (Special
Telegram.) Shenandoah outhlt and nut-
field the Auburn team today and won with
comparative ease. - Score: R.H.E.
Shenandoah ......... 3 0 1 0 S 00 8 11 14 0
AUDurn "oooiooool s
Batteries: Shenandoah, Buran and Castle;
AUDurn, jonnson, friimey ana Musser.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. June 8 (Spe
cial Telegram.) In a pitchers' battle to-
oay .Nebraska City won. Score: R.H.E.
Nebraska City.. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 10 1
Maryville 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 18 T 2
Batteries: Nebraska City, Charlesworth
ana nans; Maryville, bouthard and Diets.
Cosad Wins From Lexington.
COZAD, Neb., June a (Special Tele
gram.) Cosad won a loose game from Lex
ington yesterday afternoon by the score
JK S LO Da
Mink League Gossip.
Johnson. Pitcher for Auburn, is oult
comedian on the lines, and pulls off some
Woods of Falls City turned his ankle In
last Friday's game with Auburn, and will
Da out ol the game for some time.
Bill Everett, who was with Topeka last
season, has signed with Falls City, and.lt
loons line forester naa landed a good man.
Captain Castle is worklns- hard to null
his team together, and it won't bs long
until the Shenandoah fans will begin to
see liiik i anility. .
Old man Primely of Auburn Is playing
that sun field to perfection, getting every
thing that is hit In his locality, and Is
vim a aangerous man at bat.
Another wedding has occurred In ths
Mink league ranks. This time It Is Bobby
Miller of Nebraska City. It la understood
that his wife is a Grand Island girl.
Falls City claims some very Interesting
fans. They go to the trouble as to build
their own private boxes. There is no less
than a dosen now built, all by fans.
Maryville has signed a new pitcher, by
the name of Lark. He Is without a doubt
the largest man In the Mink league, six
foot two inches, and weighs 192 pounds.
Hagerty of Shenandoah Is the fielding
when It comes to covering ground; he is
there with the goods snd the batters have
to hit the ball a mile to keep It away from
The Clarinda team la again on their feet
and going good. Clarinda always has had
a good club. Last season It was never lower
than second place. They are now in first
First Baseman Moore of Nebraska City
Is doing some good work with the stick
this season, and playing that flrtt sack
like a house a-flre. He is doing much bet
ter than he did last season.
Falls City has signed another pitcher
by the name of Justus, and he comes well
reoommended. This gives Falls City four
pitchers. Finch, Woods', Thornton and
Justus. Pitcher Culver has been released.
When Nebraska City tightens up with the
stick they certainly go tome. In last Mon
dsy's game with Falls City, five of them
rapped out home runs, Hicklln, Woodruff,
Mann,' O' Byrne and Nemo being the lucky
Captain Kranlnger of the Auburn club
was married last Sunday. The little Miss
who landed the plucky title catcher, was an
Auburn girl and a great ball fan, who
never mlsces a game, when the Auburn
club Is st home.
Captain Nee got Into the game for the
first time this season, Tuesday, and made
a good .impression with the fans. Moore
has had a bad leg for some time and Nee
took his place at first. He took all chances
without an error secured two hits out of
four times up.
Why is it that they call Vanderhlll of
rails city granopa, is being asksd by many
of the fans. The only answer ia, he Is not
very old. but he has been In the game
about twenty years and his name has
been In print so often that he Is entitled
to tne name.
It looks like Wells of Shenandoah is hot
after Mann of the Nebraska City club for
the batting honors of the league. Thus far,
Wells has not missed a game, but he has
koi irom one to tnree hits In every game
and if he keeps this up It will be soma
race between these two.
Brewer of Auburn Is certainly playing
some at first base. Thus far. this season
he has got through with only two errors,
which is surely going some .and many a
wild throw he has pulled down. With hl
bating Improving as it is. Manager Cum
mlngs sylll lose him without a question.
There will be something doing Thursdsy,
Friday and Saturday of this week at Falls
City, as Clarinda and Falls City are now
fighting for first place. There Is no doubt,
but whst three of the largest crowds of
the season will attend these games. Oa
Friday the pennant that waa won last sea
son will be rslsed. and as It was the
Clarlnda club that fought and lost It to
Falls City, and will be there for the flret
time. It ought to be nood. President Carey
will attend the Friday game. Harry Sage,
who was chief of the umpire stsff last
season, will omplre these games.
TIGERS POUNDJLANK HARD
Athletics lose Game by Score of
Eight to Three.
FIFTH DONOVAN'S BAD INNING
Donovan Knocks Oat Two T w o -B
Mite, with Lord and Rakrr
Each Gettlnsr One Fear
PHILADELPHIA. June 8 Detroit landed
hard on Plank's curves today and defeated
Philadelphia. 8 to 2. Donovan was very
effective with men on bases, except in the
fifth inning. Score:
. .. AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H O A B.
Treks, If.... 4 I 1 4 4 Lord. It 4 114 4
"". 1 4 11 I Olrtrlns, i-t. .. 1 I 1 (I
Pooh rf 1 1 tOlllna, t... I 114 1
Crawlers, rf. 4 1 I 4 4 Baker, lb ... 4 114 0
Pelah'nlr, lb 4 14 1 4 Pale. lb....l ft t t
Morlartr, b I 1 1 I 4 Miinifcr, rf., 4 0 4 1 0
O'Laarr, lb.. 4 lit 4 Parrr. ea....l 1411
Ptanafe, a... 4 14 1 4 Thnmaa, e...4 I 1
DesftTan, p., 4 1 4 1 4 Plank, p 4 114 4
Totsla 11 11 17 It 1 Total. S3 litiil
Detroit 1 0 f) l o 0 2 2 28
Philadelphia 0000SO10O S
Two-base hits: Donovan 12), Baker, Lord
Sacrifice hit: Cobh. Sacrifice fly: Collins
ftolen bases: Drske. Cobb (2). Barrv
Double play: Cobb to Delehantv. Left
on bases: Detroit. 3; Philadelphia, . First
base nn balla- rtft hnnn,... .t. ti i.
4. Struck out: By Donovan. 2; bv Plank, l!
t'O aa. ul kail, f I. n-va . . a a a .
I,.,,, moms, nine: i.vi. um
pires: Ugan and Sheridan.
Johnson Defeats ."tape.
WASHINGTON. Jane 8. -Johnson was
too much for Cleveland toduy and Wash
ington won, 4 to 2. Both clubs fielded per
AB.H O A E AB.H OAR
Milan el. I 1 I o 0 Or.ne.. 114 I t 0 0
Schaefer, lb. 4 1 10 1 0 Olen. ss 4 I I 1 4
Eltwrfeld. 8b I 4 4 1 0 Stnvell lb. .4 1 J 1 0
Ooealer. rl... 4 1 0 0 Blrm ham. cf 4 1 I 0 0
M.:Rrld. aa. 4 1 0 Turner, Jb... I 4 14
run'bam. lb- 4 1114 Ball. Sb I 1 1 1 o
1 1 I 4 Land, e 114 14
Johsaos, p... 1 4 4 1 Mitchell, p.. 1 4 4 I 0
" ' Krapp, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals It I II 11 4 Easterly ... 1 1 4 4 4
' Totals 81 I 14 14 4
Batted for Mitchell In eighth.
Washington 00800001 -4
Cleveland 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0-8
Two-base hits: Land, Cunningham.
r-JTi8 t?t"'et- J,IU: " Mitchell, 7 In
Ror!filnnl?"i ""Krapp, 1 in one Inning,
cacrlflce fiv! Umt c. ..-i lu. .
r i en blle: Milan, oisen
.' . P"y- r-ioerieia to Mc
Brlde to bchaefor, Schaefer to McBrlde.
Left on bases: Washington. 8; Cleveland,
r.?" t.n. ",1U!: " M'tchell. 1; off
miKP' ia.llltuby P'tchc,d ball: By Mitchell,
H iaC' ,. Biruv out: By Johnson, 4; by
W'ich'1- Time: 1:30. Umpires: Perrini
ox Take Opener.
NEW YORK, June 8. -Chicago took the
opening game of the series from New York
lo I- ,w'h. tor the visitors, was
effective and struck out twelve men. Score:
CHICAGO. New YORK,
vi i . AB H.0 A E. AU.H.O.A.e:
Molntrro, rf. 4 2 0 4 Denlelt. .et.. 4 4 4 4 4
Lord, lb 4 I 1 I eVoltar. rf...4 lilt
Callahan. If. 4 4 1 4 4 Haruoll. lb. 4 1 1 4 4
I0.!'" il'i ' 0 Cre. If 4 114 4
Jelder. lb.... 4 lot 4 Knight, aa... 4 Ills
T n hlll, lbas 4 1 T 1 4 fh.ie. 'lb..,: 4 ' 1) i
lorhan, ss... I till Priest, lb.... 1 0 0 4 4
White, lb.... 4 0 1 4 4 Sweener, o... 1 0 4 1 I
tal.:::S lll I lM' p -JJjJ
Totals HUvll T0U": 1,7 "
Chicago 8 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 7
New York 00010000 12
Two-baaa hits. Corhan. Zelder. Three
"Its; Badle, Lord. Home run: Wolter.
.iiw mi.; Duiuvan, uauanan. stolen
bases: Zelder, Cree, Callahan. Left on
bases: Chicago, 7: New York. 6. First
base on errors: Chicago, 1; New York, l.
Double play: Sullivan to Corhan. Struck
out: By Walsh. 12; by Ford. 4. First base
on balls:- Off Ford, 2; off Walsh, . Hit
"A"!. P'"8? b'l: By Ford. Corhan. Wild
pitch: fcord. Passed ball: Sullivan. Time:
Umpires: Evans and Mullrn.
FRIEND, Neb., June 8.-(Speclal.)-Twenty
touring cars and elghtv men, ao
comnanld hv ih. v.. ..rf --.t ..nt...... ,1 ...
diving dog, left here this morning on
wuir iny over ms srate in tne
Interests of the horse races which are to
be held here June 20. 21 and 23. The towns
to be visited are Beaver Crossing, Exeter,
Fairmont. Geneva, Western, Milllgan,
Wllber, Crete, Dorchester and others. The
entries for the races have bten completed
and all Indicate the most successful races
ever held In Friend.
Errors Help St. Louis.
BOSTON Jim B kA-A v - ... ...
of errors, St. Louis won from Boston to
day, 11 to a The visitors drove Clcotts
from tha box In the fourth Inning. Score:
BT. LOUIS. BOSTON.
Sbouoa. of.fS'nVS Hooper, 'rf. IT? W.
Auatm, lb... 4 1 1 1 1 Yorkes. IB... 8 114 0
f1"?". "... 1114 4 Speaker, cf.. 4 I 4 4 4
Laporte, lb.. 1 1 ; 0 4 Lewie, It.... ,1 ill
Hoses, if.... 4 1 I t IKniie. lb.... 4 14 4 1
Clark., ..... 4 , , , j vaguer. ..4 1 1 4
Wallace, as.. I 4 11 1 Williams, lb 1 1 It 1 1
Bowes, 1S...1 1 4 0 N nam Sir. o 4
': J.J JClooue, p'...l 4 110
Totals T0U1' W
0t.on , 0 0J210000-6
St. Louis 1 0 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 a
uT.W0".V.VtJlt,: MeIon. Yerkes, Wagner.
Hits: Off Cti-otta In ,),... ... .
, - ... .-w i . ,, o, ,iiiiiiie,n. none
ft ?l Z ' Karger. 8 in six Innings;
. ... ..... iiiiig.j on ruwen, t in
four Innings. Sacrifice nits: Austin. Hogan.
Stolen hf.ui .S H iu u n -I, u .
play: V a..Le to Kowan. Lett on bases:
I-Isl t r-in j Dt T mil A i 1 1 ....
vvlv.s. , , M. liuuio, v. ombi-s un Dam; jh
Cioott. 2; off Karger, off Lake, I. Hit
DV nit(-hii hull- H.mnjK Kir f sir. i
- - -"- wKv, j j Jeaasvo. oirUCH
out: By Clcotts, 2; by Karger, 7: by Lake.
4; by Powell, 1. Passed balls: Nunamaker
nimmct. vim fjiicnes: ticoite, 1;
Lake, 2. Time: 1:40. Umpires: O Lough
lln and Connolly.
WAIVEKS ASKED ON IV YOUNG
Cleveland Club Hopes to Make Trade
to Dispose of Veteran.
CLEVELAND. O.. June 8.-Ths Cleveland
base ball club has asked waivers on Cy"
Young, the veteran pitcher; Fred Falken-
k... nllik. A ... U . . . . . .
- ""- ' ""ur unggi, iieiasr.
The Cleveland club hopes to make a trade
It Is understood. Young has been 111 near
ly all this season, and he did not show up
well last season. Falkenberg also has been
V" i . eir im
In.... -iiI r
ill and Is Just about ready to feeumi
pitching, (jrtags was on the hospital list
lur a while.
ItESILT IK THRtCE'l LBAGl'E
Qalnry, Danville, Deeatnr and
Waterloo Win Taelr Games.
QVINCY. 111., Juns S-Qulnoy bunched
h., in r-o Math ..ti sk.-nii tOoa anu
won from Hock Island, bcore: H. H. t.
Q'llncy , 4 t l
Kock Island 8 8 ii
Patterles: Roysr and Forney; Deilsr snd
DAVENPORT, la.. June S.-Davenport
piaeu UMit.-e ntli luclsy and ion to iish
vllle. Score; R. II. K.
I'anvIHe t 0
Davenport 18 2
Batieilts. Iomls and Hildebrsnd; Flow
er" snd Coleman.
DECATUR. Juns 8 -Sullivsn s single In
the ilium ueciuiu tuUay s same, giving
Decatur the victory. Score: R. H. E.
Decatur , 19 0
DubiKiue 18 1
Batteries: Willis and Johnson; Akers
WATERLOO, Jun 8. Stowers held
Peoria to one nit tuvisy and vtaterioo won.
Score: R. H. E.
Waterloo 18 8
Peoria 0 10
Batteries: Stowers and Wolf;, Hovllck
Mitchell Gets l.r.at (tame.
MITCHELL. S. D.. June 8 -(Speclal Tsl
ei siii.i aiitcneil un tne last game of the
i-erles with Ri'dfleld today bv a snore of
to 1 by hitting the ball with men on
the bases. The game was the best seen on
the home grounds this season. Wilson, s
local man, did the hitting, which brought
In two of the runs. Bcore: R. H. E
Mitchell 8 1
Rcrtfleld 14 2
lotteries: Potter and Erlckson; Eller
WELCOME TO DAVIDSON
Acceptance of Position by Omaha
Superintendent Well Receive by
People of Capital.
WASHINGTON. Juns 8 (Special Tele
gram.) Aeceptsncs by Dr. W. M. David
son of the superlntendenoy of the Wash
ington schools, which wss received Isst
night by Captain Oyster, brought to the
Foard of Eduaotlon great relief, as it was
rumored In school quarters that Dr. David
son would decline the office in view of the
action of the Omaha school board In ln
ci easing his salary from So.OOO to 88.030.
Newspapers art editorially welcoming ths
Omaha superintendent to Washington,
assuring him of warm welcome and ex
pressing hope that he wilt be able to
harmonise differences that have existed la
'Cliool circles In this city for several years.
It is expected he will arrive In Washing
ton shortly after July 1.
HOG SUPPLY IS LIBERAL
Total Number Exceeds that for Any
Previous Week Durlns; tho
CINCINNATI. O.. June 8 -Speclal Tele-gram.l-Prlce
Current says the market!
have been liberally supplied with hogs the
Isst week, the total number exceeding any
previous week this season. Demand for
orrenngs has been sufficient to nearly
aosom tne supply without a break In
prloea. Total western oackina- totaled
81B.O0O hogs, compared with 880.000 ths pre
ceding week and 580,000 two weeks ago.
For ths corresponding time last year ths
nrinoor was ew.vuo M two yssrs ago
890, 000. From March 1 tha total Is T .eniwi
against S.276.000 a year ago and 8,880,000
two years ago, a gain of iM5,ooO bogs in
comparison with last year. The stock
uemg rnarKstea continues to show good
quality. Prominent places compare as
icuows from Marco to June 7:
t nicago 1.375,000 l.O w.OOO
Kansas City 1.120,000 oVKAo
Bouth Omaha 720 000 475,010
Jouis B60.0U0 47J.OIO
f :.. bsu.ooo 35.000
Indlsnapolis 815.0W) 233,000
Milwaukee 270.000 liSOM)
Cincinnati , 173,000 121.00
uiiumna, ja. J3H,no SX.OnO
Cedar Rapids. I a. 129 000 92 0)
Moux City, la, i 815.000 2ii.00ft
St. Paul, Minn 2.10,000 lruoo
uieveiana, u 16. 000 160,0.0
MAN WITH HIS EAR BITTEN
OFF GETS TEN YEARS IN PEN
Interesting Scene In the Court Room
Durlnsr ths Trial of
Found guilty by a Jury within five min
utes after they had left their seats yester
day afternoon, Nick Levato, accused of
the attempted holdup of Louis Ou'.da,
waived his motion for a new trial and
stood up before Judge Estelle with half
his ear missing, chewed off by his Intended
victim, to receive a sentence of ten year.
Levato's case was ons of tha most pecu
liar that sver came up In district court;
also In many of Us aspects one of the
most amusing. Louis Gulda, an Italian
employe at ths gas works, who was the
Intended victim of Levsto, told tha story
of ths queer holdup on ths witness stand
in such broken English and with such
graphle, earnest gestures, that his story
was doubly odd and amusing.
On the evening of May 20, on his way
to work, and only a short dlslancs from
the gas works, he was confronted on a
narrow psthway by Levato, who shoved
a gun in his face, with a rough command
of "glva me da mon." Fiercely gesticu
lating, Gulda narrated the fight which
followed. Hs had struck the gun up out
of his faos. had flung himself upon his
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opponent, snd biting, scratching snd claw
ing, they had rolled over and over down
the embankment in each others arms. By
biting Into Ievsto's ear he had foiec.l him
to relcsse h:s hold on the gun at lact and
sent him fining with a bullet that grazed
Levato. who was his own and only wit
ness, told a similar st r. but In It he
was the victim snd not the SKgreasor.
In the melee the men hd exchanged
headgear. Whin Oulda reported at the
station to have his wounds attended t
hs wore Levato's sluuch hat. When Levato
was brought in a little later by an off.csr,
who had found him bleeding, with his ear
half gone, he wore Guide's csp. from
which hs had torn ths lining to disguise It.
Lsvato did not fix up his story of tho
holdup until later. Ths headgear was In
troduced as evidence.
A. G. Ellick. deputy county attorney,
taid to the Jury: "All you have to deter
mine Is which one held the other up.'
Ouida's past record was strongly In his
LACOR UNIONS COMMEND
LYNCH AND ELSASSER
nive Them Credit tor Forcing a
Redaction on the Court
A resolution highly commending John C.
Lynch and Peter E. Elsasser, county com
missioners, In forcing a substantial reduc
tion In the proposed Issue of bonds, for
equipping the new court house, was Intro
luced at the last meeting of the Central
.abor union by J. W. Light and unani
mously psiscd by that body. It runs ss
Whereas. During the recent controversy
with reference to the Douglas county
court house, and the proposed bond Issue
for the completion thereof, John C. Lynch
and Peter F.. Klsasser have at all times
stood as the champions of the people s
cause: therefore he It
Resolved, By the Omaha Central Labor
union. In regular meeting assembled, that
we do most heartily commend the labors
of the shove named gentlemen In their
stand In forcing a substantial redaction In
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