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OYER THE SAINTS
Hitting in the Pinchci Givei Omaha
' Second Victory Over American
. Auociation Team.
HUELSMAN STEALS SECOND BASE
Standing of Teams
More or less prodigious clouts at morn
or ch propitious times mt,tlic blink on
the Saints yesterday and the Rourkes
made It two straight by winning, i to 4.
The visitors from the north pummelcd
Ralph Willis with considerable gusto, -hu
the pummel Ing always ceased abruptly
t the pinches, wrilla.lt was Just on such
occasions that th home folks cut loose a
. battery of, blows. . ' '
Frigid air Currents whistled up and
down the aplnea of the half a hundred
bugs present, but the fifty stuck because
regular bs ball as It should be played
was on the program for the greater part
of the afternoon. Several neat features
helped to liven the entertainment.
Among other things worthy of note
was the remarkable base running of
Messrs. Hudaman and Johnson. Both
copped a, bag. Johnson's . was. a Jctlt
larceny theft and ha was protected by the
fsct that spced-domon Cruise was perched
on third and Kafora darvd not make' any
heaves.' -tiut.Huelsman's cop was a pip
pin. North"deHbtrateJy 'pitched out,' but
still Johnson's throw aa late. Borne
base stealing. . Ftank nearly ruined a
pair of pant When making the alldo. but
I'mps ,yan ' Sickle came to the "rescue
with a safety' pn and the game was not
RlaYacrt Palls Bl l.oon Staff.
Joe Illggwrt .did the real- path work of
the niatliH-e.' He was oft cqond and
Miller "ws 5a third" when Willis made a
wild cbutm.-'Jde'set his sails and flew
for hoftwvIsftjUl'fely a second behind
Miller. " "It; waa a pretty keen piece of
base ball and the few fang applauded
appreciatively. . '
. A blow by Conley,'. a sacrifice by
Bchllebner ' ant. Kaf ora's threa-ply swat
netted tho. Kourkea fliat count in the
second. ; A alk to Breen, Krug's Infield
out and ilbclsman'f drive brought the
second heme in the following stansa.
The Baints annexed three runs In the
third, Gardner opened with a l.lt and
Miller followed suit. Rlggert'a Infield
hit stocked the base. Oardner scored
easily on Martin's Infield out and Miller
and Ktggert scored as related before when
Willis made the. wild pitch.
IVobrkea Coaat Tn.
In the fourth the Routkea scored two
and took- 'the lead again. Schllebner
walked and.Whalcn sacrificed. Katora'a
hit counted! Frits. Willis singled Kafora
to second and'Breen'a hit to loft scored
The HalhU tied the tallies In the sev
enth when Rlggert poled a hit to left
and Martin1" followed with a two-base
blow which sailed over Marty Krug's
dome, i , "
The tie .was broken In the eighth, how
ever, when the : Rourkovlnlana put over
the winning run.1 Conley busted one to
left center and bchliebner knocked one
which bounced away from Autrey. Whal-
Played. Won. Ixwt. Pet.
Newark 3 2 0 " !.
Brooklyn 2 2 1 .
Chicago 1 1 O l.rtrt
Kansas City 3 2 1 .67
Hittnl.ursh ' 3.1 2 .XW
Raltlmot 2 0-0 .
St. lmiia 1 I " .W
Buffalo 2 0 2 .ft
Y esterday's Kesalta. .
Pittsburgh. p: Kansas City, - X
Newark, H; Haltlmore, 5.
Mtirialo, ft; tirooKlyn, i.
M. Louis-Chicago; postponed.
St. Ijouls at Kmshs City, Newark at
Baltimore, 'Buffalo at ' Brooklyn. .Pttts
burgh at Chicago. . . . '
TIP TOPS WIN LONG
GAME FROM BLUES
Wildnesi More Responsible Than
Hits for Runt in Protracted Con
test Ending 7 to 5.
KAWFEDS BLANK THE REBELS
en's roller trickled through second base
and Conley romped home.
The Rourkes will rest today and then
go to Lincoln for games Wednesday and
Thursday. Saturday and Hunday the
Links will battle In Omaha. Score:
Payne, 3b. ...
It roe n. 2b ...
Krug. If ....
Oon ley, cf . .
Whalen, as ...
10 27 1
s savw waas
v A Here Speck
Them - From Grow
ing Large and
.,...97 4 10 24 12
0 0 0
0.0 1 fr- 4
nj :.o o-io
Miller, rf ....
RlKgort, cf ...
Martin, ss .
Cruise. If ......
Johnson, c ....
Autrey, lb. ...
Oardnor, p ,,,
Williams, p .,
-. Totals ...
8t. Paul .
Three-base hit: Kafora. Tw-base
hits: Iyer, Autrey, Martin. (Stolen
bases'. Krug, Huelsman, Johcson, Rlg
gert. Sacrifice hits: Bchliebner, Wha
len. Lett on boses: Omaha, : Ht. Paul,
. Hits: Off Gardner, 7 In five Innings;
off Williams, in three Innings. tru k
out: By Willis, 1; by Oardnnr, 2. Basea
on balls: Off Willis, 1: off Oardner. .
Wild pitches: Willis, Oardner. Passed
hall: Johnson. Time: , 1:4ft -Umpire;
Mandger Lee Magee
Fined and Suspended
CHICAUO, April 11 Manager Lee Magee
of the Urjlkljrn Federals was notified today
by President Ullmoro tnst he naa neen
fined SU) and suspended for two day on
charges of towd sm In the opening game
at Brooklyn Saturday. According to re
Porta to U 11 more Magee, after being put
out of the game, returned to the coach
ing lines six. times.
Manager Bchlafly- of the Buffalo team
wired a protest against the Brooklyn
victory In the same gam oa the ground
that Catcher Land, after surrendering
his place on the base tinea to another
runner, resumed his part In the game
He Swears Officers
Lighted Bomb After
Taken to Station
BROOKLYN, April 12. The Brooklyn
Federals today won another long drawn
out game from Buffalo, 7 to 6. The vis
itors used four pitchers and the locals
two, wlldnnss being more responsible than
hits for the runs rrmdflt tafltte alnne
gave eleven basea ort balls, and, all ,told.
twenty-seven men'' wera left on'btutes.
Buffalo S 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 l-S A 2 !
urooKiyn o ioivo I N J
Batteries: Krawi. Kmko, Beillent, Wood
man and Bliiir; Lafitte, Upham and Land.
KANSAS CI TV. Mo.. April 12.-Cullop
held Pittsburgh to five hits, and the lo
cals won, 2 to 0. Score: R.H.K.
Plttsburah 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 B 1
Kansas City 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 8 0
Batteries: Hear, Dlckscn and Berry;
Cullop and Easterly.
Hmlth Kasy (or Newark.
BALTIMORE. Md.. AprU 12. Although
making fewer hits, Newark had an easy
victory over Baltimore today, 8 to r,.
Hmlth was eaay for Newark and retired
In tho. sixth Inning. Score: R.H.K.
Newark 0 1 1 1 2 3 0 6 0-8 10 1
Bultlmor 20000200 1 614 t
Batteries: Kalsnrling and Huhn; fcmlth,
Bugga, Wllhelm and Owens.
Date is Settled
For Wrestling Go
At Council Bluffs
The data for tha Joo Ptenher-Pat Con
nolly wrestling snatch in Council Bluffs
had been settled as April a. J. Kv Het.
manek and Carl Marflsl met in Omaha
yesterday. and arranged the date. Ar
rangements have also been made to de
posit a large block of scats with Dan
Oalnes at the Merchants hotel for Omaha
ans. These seats will be among the best
to be had.
Win from Crimson
BOSTON. April 12.-The world's cham
pion today returned to the home grounds
winning from tho Harvard collejio team
before a amaU crowd. The scoro was 7
to J. Rudolph. Hughes and Luque pitched
three Innings each for Bout on. Harvard
stored all Its runs off Rudolph in the
aecond on consecutive hitting by Muhan,
Brlcktey and Hardwick. The acore:
R H E.
Joeton 1 6 0 0 0 0 I 0 7 ' 0
Harvard 01000000 03 s
Battorlfta: Rudolph, Hughes. Luque and
Oowdy. Whaling; M ah art. irye, Wilcoa
and Harte, AV'aterman.
DEFEAT THE GIANTS
Phils Take Series
From Providence te-nfton
WASHINGTON. April 12.-The Wash
ington Americans completed a series of
exhibition games here today by defeat
ing ins isew lork atlonals, 4 to S.
PROVIDENCE, . R. I., April 12.-The
Philadelphia National lcsgue team rnado
a clean sweep In a two-gsma series with
the Providence International league club
bv winning today, 10 to 2. Score: It II E
Philadelphia 10 S
1'rovi.lente 17 6
Battertrsi Iemaiee and Adams; Hoott,
S. Viu ta and Kocher.
PWlNCIiTON, N. J.. April 12,-The New
York Americans defeated Princeton here
today by a score of 11 to I. Both the col
lege pitchers were hit hard and reoelved
poor support Score: R H E-
New York .. J00100 2 8 0-11 10 1
Princeton .. 00010000 l-iil
Hellenes' Brown, met and t'lcaering.
ik-hwert; Chaplin, Btraw and Kelleher.
Nearly everyone who uses 8. B. 8. for is to 1.
ine bluoa reimus a rriana wno went
through untoU suffering as the result
of a mere pimple or small blood rising, niiinurun
A host of people did not realise, until ln.ltanapolls .....
too late, what may result from a alight Hatterls: V sn
they used ti. B.
But they recovered If
8. and In almost every
THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES
INDIANAPOLIS, April 12.-The Indian
apolis Association team bunched hits and
won today from the Pittsburgh Nationals,
Pittsburgh's hits were scattered.
Bcore: Ml t.
Pittsburgh 0000000011 7 1
20000000 o : 4 Z
oo and Murphy; Biliardt,
Tipple and Blackburn.
rew iom s ft o
Baterles: Oallla. Shaw and Alnsmlth
Meyer sand (Smith.
Beatrleo Drtvlaai Clab OrgaaUes.
. BEATRICE. Neb., Aprn U-(Special.)-Tha
Beatrice Matinee Driving club held
a meeting Saturday evening and elected
these officers: Iresldent, K. W, Mum
ford; . secretary. J. C. Emery; treasurer.
F. H Kimball; board of directors, W. W.
Scott. O. T. Reynolds, Pred Pothast. C.
W.. Murray, C. B. Mumford, Thomas
Floyd. Erastua Starlin, Robert Steln
meyer and H. D. Kllpatrlck. The racing
circuit Includes tho towns of Heatrioe.
Kearney. Weat Point Fremont, Tckamah
'and Wahoo, and the rln-ult opiis at
Beatrice on June 22. lasting for three
NEW YORK. April 12.-Ptank Abarno.
testifying today at the resumption of tho
trial of himself and Carmine Carbonr,
charged with making a bomb and placlna
It in St Patrick's rathedrnl, March 2,
vehemently denied that ho had lighted
the, bomb. In the midxt of cross-examination
Abnrno sprang from his seat and
"I did not lU'ht that fuse; If I should
be shot like a dog I say I did not light
It. The fuse they had at police head
quarters they pulled out' of the bomb and
lighted, down 'there.":
Abarno testified that after he had en
tered the cathedral he changed his mind
about lighting the bomb, Amedlo Pollg-
nanl, the detective, who had posed as an
anarchist and won Abamo's confidence,
set beside him In the catheral, the wit
neas said. Atamo said he put the lighted
cigar with which he had Intended to
light the bomb in the band of .his hat
and It went out
"I told Poignant," Abarno salfl, "that
there were too many people there, and
that we miRlit hurt human beings. Polig
nanl said: "Go on and light it, or you'll
be a traitor. LlKht it, so that If we are
arrested, we will have done something
Tho defense rested its case this after
noon and the state offered no witnesses
in rebuttal. Bumming up then began.
The case was expected to go to the Jury
Riggs Bank Sues
WASHINGTON, April 12.-The Riggs
National bank, the largest financial In
stitution In Waiiington, today began
legal proceedings against Secretary Mc
Adoo and Camptroller of the Currency
Williams to compel them to desist from
alleged efforts to ruin its business.
Temporary and permanent injunctions
were asked from the District of Columbia
supreme court against these officials. The
bill of complaint alleged that Messrs.
McAdoo and Winiama have persecuted
the bank for more than a year, culminat
ing March 20 with a refusal to pay 25,000
Interest on government bonds on deposit
with the United States to secure the
The refusal lfl alleged to have resulted
from a failure on the pert of the bank
to make special reports demanded by the
comptroller, the $5,000 representing pen
alty of 2100 a day impcrcd.
In Its petition tho bank declaies that
Mr. Williams exceeded his authority in
demanding reports and afcklng that United
Stales Treasurer John Burke be enjoined
from withholding the 25,000 Interest.
Minority Holders of
Rock Island Road
Win First Round
CHICAGO. April 1!. Minority stock
holders of tho Chlcagn, Rock Island
Pacific railroad company won a tempor
ary victory In the first clash with the
majority, represented by the Sheldon
committee, at the annual meeting of the
company today. Making the point that
a "motion to adqjourn Is always in or
der," they obtained the submission to a
vote of a motion to ndjovirn the meeting
until May- 24, when election of nn un
named number of dliectors would be
taken up. A recess was ordered until the
tellers could count the proxies on the
The Sheldon committe, however, anxi
ous for an Immediate election, tleomert
the defeat of the motion to adjourn cer
tain when the repoit or the vote Is
counted late this afternoon.
In the course of the lirst. scjslun an
invltation to "meet liiin with a pair of
gloves in a ring" was extended by Ed
ward S. Dlckrrson of Philadelphia to one
of the attorneys for the Hheldon commit
tee. The Sheldon faction argued against sny
adjournment on 'the ground that .the
property was suffering" now from tb'
absence of a full directorate. This At
torney Newman, .representing a large
number of the minority stockholders, an
swered there now on the board nine ac
tive directors and that that was a ma
jority of the full board, and that they' alf
had power to go ahead with the program
for the year. Attorney Newman made
the motion to'adjourn to tay 24 in order .
to give his rilents time to tske' their
caso before tho individual holders. '
Cobb Makes Three
Doubles in Game
INDIANAPOLIS. April H.-The Detroit.
Americans shut out the Indianapolis team
here today, .to 0. Cobb made three
doubles in four times at bat.
i it' ' i f
village and humid, every crossroad and
ehawka Defeats Maaley.
AVIMM, Neb., April 12 (8ptclal-The
. flrt ball game of the aeston tor Ne
hawks und Msnlsy waa played on the
j tatter's diamond yesterday and resulted
! tn a ccore cf 10 to 7 In favor of Nehawka.
iBatterus' Nehawka. Plttman and Mil
ler: Mauley. ULeary and O Hrleiu
away back off tha road is someone, who
mill UU you bow B. 8. 8. the famous
blood purifier, restored bis health.
It Is a most Interesting fact that this
remarkable vegetable medicine over
hauls the bliKMi In a manner that
cites curious minds.
But It acts In accordance with ac
cepts physiological laws and yet Its ....
effect Is lino I beyond comprehension Makes ei Feel L.IW in.
lo those who are wedded to auch drugs ' I suffered with kidney ailment for two
as mercury, calomel, arsenic. Iodide of ri.-- xir M A rhiu rki.
poh, copper and other baneful In- writes Mrs. M A. Bridges. Robin-
huences whub U the world brs son. Miss , "and commenced taking Foley
silent testimouy to their destructive Kidney Pills about ten months ago. I
a Ca"'la indeed a nature's tribute " bl to do ail my work without
to wbst we tieed and It Is worthy of fatigue. 1 am aow tl years of age and
rcs-ghSt1? 4.li-yu fi:v " Kld-
It rulaily la siuk.. Qsl a bottle to- j ney Pills strengthen and Invigorate weak,
day. And tf you Ualieve yours je a 'ured and deranged kidneys; relieve back
VIvil:r'l7rh ache, w-ak back. ' rheumatism, and bl.d-
Pwlft Ttiag., AtlsntB, j. -Our word dj- treuWe.- They aes -tonle Mo -art ten.
.rt "&." px:: ..1 ,
irctlce.' but proud of his name and of
is recognised ability.
t'ollege Baa Hi
Williams, 3; Pennsylvania,
REVOLUTION IS STARTED
' DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
WAeiHINOTON. April 12 -On reports
fnm 'Minister Sullivan of a new revolu
tionary outbreak In the Pomlnlcan re
public, tlio Navy deportment today or
dered the cruUer Pes M nines to Santo
Iomlngo City from Progreso, Mexico.
The gunboat Nashville already is off
the Dominican capital.
Because the Nashville's presence was
neceasary at Santo Domingo City to co
operate with the Pes Moines In protecting
American Interests. Its orders to go to
Port Au Prince. Haiti, to take American
Minister Bailly-Blancherd to Santiago,
Cuba, were cancelled.
The genboat Wheeling, on Its way to
Vera Crus from Quantanamo, Cuba, has
been turned back to aet Xr. HaUly
Blanchanl. who Is coining to Washing
ton 1a Cuha to confer with official
Iwrer tft HalHen political and 'f lnaadal
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