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NOW If, ME-oWlCE
' TO JrAb s-a
AMD HITS FOR WIN
'JJongntj Pitcher of Omaha Tribe
Shows Sioux All Department
of the Game.
WIHS CONTEST BY FIVE TO TWO
SIOUX CITY, la.. May 7. Hpern. Tal
earam.) Omaha overcame two-run
load taken by the Indiana In the Initial
frame and hammered Clarke and Caspar
for three more, winning the third game
ef the aeriea from Sioux City by a 6 to J
score. Blodgett hurled a (treat same for
Omaha, and after he nettled down In the.
Xirat Inning he had thinss hla own way.
"Pepper" Clarke started for the cham
pions and aailed along In great shape
until the fourth Inning, when he ran Into
ana. Thla ana waa a couple of clean
Mta, and It netted the Kourkes two runa,
enough to deadlock the count. Harry
Caspar relieved Clarke In the rttrhth and
"waa found for two hlta. Including a
double and one run.
Blodcett waa the Mar of the Omaha
. batten. In four trlpa to the rubber he
mashed out a double and a home run.
The latter came In the sixth Inning, and
the ball waa plastered Into the Missouri
river, over the right center aoreen.
Kana landed aafe tit the' opening Inning,
when he forced Cooney at second. Iejoune
put him on third with a double, and Mc-
Cormlck'a double over the right field
fence sent Kane and lJune home with
the only two runa made by the Indians
during the nlna Innings.
Omaha evened It u In the fifth.
Bchtlebner walked and scored on Whalen's
triple. Whalen counted on Smith's single.
Krug tripled In the sixth and romped
borne on Krueger's single. Blodgett made
home run In the seventh ana in me
ninth opened with a double. Smith aae
rtflced him to third and he scored on For
ythe'a only hit of the game.
JOsIRS Dl'NCU 1IITB ASD WIN
Both - Vaaet
KT .TOPFPIT. Mo.. May T.-Koth Vanea
end Thomas were hit heard to.lar. hu:
fhe Ft. Joaeph hlta were
he visitors loat. Bcore:
It. H. O. A. F.. I
1 1 1 ft
0 0 . 1 0 0 j
1 3 12 0 0;
0 0 0 0 el
1 3 8.8 :
0 0 S I 0
0 10 11
1 5 Jj
4 10 lit 13 3
R. H. o. a. a
1 13 i 1
3 13 0 1
1 3 3 0 0
0 i n o o;
1 3 0
1 v 0 0 0'
0 13 3 0.
0 3 0 0
8 ii zi Ii "a.
3 0 0 3 0 0-4,
31. I'atteraon, lb.
3 0 3 0 0 )
Jonea. Two-base hlta:
Tax. Brltton, llahn
Nieriiitw m I Ml ' .
eo. Agnew. Double play: Kawer to
8 fart ford to Jortta. nn h.u.. oif
hThomaa. 4: off Vance t Mini, !. .ii u
'inomaa, ; off ance. i. Blrutk out: Hv
Vance, 6; by Thoinaa. 3. Kit bv t'ltrhed
y Vance. Ilshn. fih.nl.v
utkii. i, i inie: a ou rmn rn'
WIM FHOM TOPKK.t
w Take IMtrklagr Cattle by Fear
J,.,.'.NC.I-N. Nh - My t -,n pitchers'
lattle Uncoln wnn fiom Toiwka, by a
avore of 4 to 0. fr-ore:
Nv illlama. lb. ..
Wclatyre, rf. ..
Kchrlbcr, cf. .
(Krueger, 3b. ..
McAllister, c. .
jXJawnaoa, p. ..
4 17 It
Cochran. So. .
Ti airier. If. ...
Jackson, Cf. .
KP1. lb. ...
looroe, c, ...
Lirovtr. p. ...
J.lncoln 3 10 0 0
jTopek 0 0 0 0 0
Two-um hits WflllsntM u.wi.rei-M
T-atttmore. . Uoiihle plays: Daley to Jjc
Oafflgan to WUIlanta. McGaftlgan to
l'aiey t Wllllema. tt"lea baaa: Coch
ran. Iajtlinore, Koclie. Racririce hits:
Aii-Oaffican, Krvegnr. Ptnuk out: By
Xiawmin. ll; by Cirover, i. Baaea on balls:
a" iff IHwmon, 4: olf Urover, 3. Time: 1:U.
PEMTEB DKKKtTI TIIK WirilCB
Harrtagloa Tlgblma la Tlaae ta
Dave Ike oaleat.
DENVKR. May T -Tba flrat game of
the aeaaon on the home grounds resulted
In a 4 to -ilijory for !rnver froiu
"AichlLa today. Harrington for Denver
weakened la the third and fourth luninia.
vui ii nient4 uo an tiiuv to sate the
esame. iocnran Mr vMchlia waa hit
tM-a bits nteaiit runi. Kcore:
DEN V EH
. AB. K. H. O. A. E".
muutfer, ct... i ( 3 e
&eil, U 5 1 1 I v
11 I IT 1
ffl LJ r tc- 21 . I poppy- -tJnr
yn I i i v r azv w - i wrw i nnu FVkir . i i i i n. i
Coffey, rf 2
Kellelirr, an it
Klsher. lb ii )
Matthews. 2b 4 0
riiwhr. c rt 1
Hnriinifton, p 3 4
Parnall. rf 4 0
Warea. 2b 4
Nicholson, If a 0
Henry, lb. 3 1
Tyoemnn, rf 4 0
Rappa, 3b 4 I
Hitter, aa 4 0
Griffith, r 2 1
Ciraliam, lb. ......... a 0
Southern, If I 0
II 21 13
Hatted for Nlcholaon In eighth.
Hntted for Jlcnry In eighth.
Denver 0 1 1 0 1 1 0
Wichita 0 A 1 10 0 1
Htolen baae: Dell. Two-hnae hit;
man. Three-baae hit: Planer.
0 0 -3
runa: Galloway. Itapps. Harrlflce fly:
Bpahr. Hurrlflce hlta: Oichran. Kellc
her. Htruck put: My Harrington. ; by
Cochran. 4. Kases on bulla: Off Har.
rlngton, 1; off Cochran, G. Doulile play:
Kappa to Warea to Henry. . Time: l:o8.
L'niplrea: Meyura nnd f'arent.
Joe Dawson, Famous
Eacing Driver, is in
Omaha for a Visit
Joe Dawson, famous racing driver and
lie man who holds the record fei too
miles on the Indianapolis speedway. Is In
Omaha stopping at the Hotel Fontcnelle
and visiting K- IL Wilson, local agent
I for Marmon, which car Dawson now
represents. Dawson's achievement at I li
("anapolls Is one of the high marks la
American, racing records, aa he mada
hl rocord with an American ear Irt 131.
j'hd even the fastest foreign cars In the
world have failed to break the mark In
V later races. Dawson also holds the
Indianapolis records at 800. 350. 400 and
so mile. Last year Dawson ,wa aa
vercly Injured when a car blew tire
and buckkd on the track ahead of him.
NELIGH WINS FIRST PLACE
AFTER A TIP WITH EWING
NELIOII, Keb May T.-(Hpeolal Tete-
- "r ' . . ' " . "
0 0 '
hunched andimn acnooi tracg meet here today, par
ticipated In by Nollgh, Kwlng, Tllden
and Oakdale schools.
Nellgn was atrong
the track events ami Kwlng In the
Id. Nellgh and Ewlnj tied on thlrty
r points each, but the honors were
by the association, providing In such
esses they should go to the team hav
ing the moat firsts.
Tllden won twenty-two points and Oak.
dale five. The attendance was large.
ASHLAND HIGH SCHOOL
DEFEATS OMAHA HIGH
ABHLAND; Neb.. May T.-(Speelal Tel
egram.) In the flrat game of the aeaaon
on the local grounda Ashland High school
school team this afternoon. 12 to 11. Ash-
'nnt team Tnade their acorea pn timely
hitting for extra baaea. while they tried
! to hand the game to Omaha by making
1 . v. V "
I Aahliinrt ..
0 - 13 10
0 0-11 lit 3
Aahland I-:titta. Kleaenbeln ,
i and N'ewham: llinuhu. Wlnin. .rKfkn !
Tkarer t'oanty Ball l.eaane.
HEUHON. Neb., May T (Special.!
A Thayer County baae ball league la
being formed and each town promises
to tx In the race.
Hebron will ic In the running. An en
thusstlc meeting w.ia held at the Com
meiclnl club room last evening at which
upwarda of flft) ' fsns" were proaent.
C. M. Hnilth waa choaen president;
Bert like, aecretaiy. and Dr. Ring,
treasurer. These were empowered to
draft the constitution and by-laws, also
to procure uniforms. 1 here will be no
scheduled Sunday games.
The organisation of the Hebron ag
gregation can be credited to Mike Cruise,
who circulated the petition, raised the
money, and called the meeting. Borneo
thing like 10 men put up II each to
start the project.
Mason City Wist.
MASON CITY. la.. May T.- Special Tel
egram.! Central association: Maaon City.
. Muscatine. 2.
AGED POLK COUNTY FARMER
KILLED IN AUTO CRASH
ORCFIA, Neb.. May 7.-8rcisVrele-grain.)
I.etumlng hrme from Osceola
this afternoon James Jerdln, living S)V-ente-en
miles northeart, met hla death In
an ai.tomohlU accident. He was driving
oer twenty-five mile an hour, and In at
tempt;!! to pass a buggy going In the
same direction he loat control of the car.
with the result that it overturned and
pinned him under, the running board
crushing the skull. In the auto with Mr.
Jerdln were hla wife and daughter, the
latter having a baby In her arms.
While both were thrown some distance
from the machine they received only
minor bruises. Mr. Bralthwair? who was
In the bung), was also thrown out of his
rig and fell within a few Inches of Jerdln.
The dei eaM-d was a man alout TS years
of age and had realdd on bis farm In
I the northo-ut part of this cotinly for four
teen years, lie was an old soldier and
nu-inbur of tl-e Grand Army of the Repub
lic. The baby was taken horn thla evening.
CopyrUht. TfU. International
CUB HURLERS WILD:
REDS TAKE GAME
Benton. Baffling with Hen on Bases,
but Splits Finger Stopping
RESULT IS NINE TO TWO
CHICAQO, May 7. Wlldness of Chl--ay-'s
pitcher gave Clnclnnatl-an eaay
9 to ! victory today, the Cuba' first de
feat In eight games. Henton waa baffling
with men on hascs, but stopping a lino
drive from Kchulte's bat In the sixth, he
apllt a finger on hla pitching hand and
may be out of the game for weeka. Ames
let down in the ninth. Herxog played In
his flrat game since his suspension sev
eral days ago. Score:
AB.H.O A r.
AB.H.O. A. Ew!
rh. cf ... 4 11 t OOond.
If 4 2 0 I
Haraog, a. , 9
Omh. lb..., t
flrtrtitti. rf.. I
Twnmblajr, It 4
OKI.h.r. ... I
Hchalie. If.. A
OKImrman, 21 4
1 1 1
a 4 i
0 10 I
Wlnno. It ... 0
OWIIIlim. rf 4
Onrka. .... t
I (iHrNnalMin. c I
0 O'helan, lb.. I
OVtuglin. p... t
Ilontim. ... I 4 Ollmphriea, pt 0 1-1
Ama, s 1 e a lvenler. o. 0 0 1
l Vtrrl.lnn II A A
TvUla M 11 n U 0Mdrry
- Kalael .. I 1 v
Totals 2 Itlt I
Hatted for Vaughn In tilth 4nnlng.
Batted tor Humphries In seventh.
Hatted for Lavender In ninth.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 ! 20
Chicago ." 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33
Two-base hlta: Vaughn. Leach. Htolen
basea: llreanahan (3). Heraog, Twomblev,
J'nelan. Knlaeley. Karned runa: Oif
Vaughn, 6; off Lavender, 3; off Ami, 2.
Double plays: Heraog to Warner to Moll
wltg (2), llumphiioa to Baler to Humph
rlea, Clarke to Uroh. Baaea on bade: Off
Vaug.vn. 5 In five Innlnga; off Humphrlea.
3 In two Innlnga; off lavender, 4 in two
Innlnga; off Benton. 8 In five and one
third Innlnga; off Ames. I In three and
two-thirds InnlriKa. Mtruck out! By
Vaughn. 2; by Lavender. 2; by Benton. 1;
by Amea, J. Umpires: lllgler and Hart.
Pirates Trim Cards.
PITTHBITROH. May 7.-I'lttburgh made
made It three straight vlrtorlne today by
wlnnlna from Ht fvtnia i,v a i i Th
locals were outhlt more than two to one.
ui mcyuimu -was strong in tae pinches.
AB.H.O A B.
Hucglns, lb. 4 t e
ItoUn. If.... I I
1 W'arey. If.... I
S SJohnilon, lb 4
una. ci.... I I i
OHalr.1. lb.... I
Miitor. lb... t
W'Mmii. rt. ., 4
Hnyifer, ... 4
1 attinckma, rf I I
lis IWiimt, m.. 4 0
I OCiiatxIlo, cf.. I
I ovioi, tb i e
t OSchana. ... I 1
uMjulllaa, 1 1
Totals M IT 14 8
Tattle It II N II 3
Batted for Doak In eighth.
ft. Louis o 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1-4
I'ittsburgh Q 0 4 0 1 1 0 0
Taro-baae hit: Rchang. Three-base hit:
.j ,4om run: Cnrey. Sacrifice fly;
Balrd. titnlrn baaea: Butler. Long, lllncn
inan. Double play: ltatrd to Wagner to
Johnston. Bases on balls: Off lxak, i;
off Orlner. 1; McQuillan. 2. Hlta: Off
Doak. ( In eight Innlnga; off Orlner. 0 In
one inning, struck out: By Doak, ; by
Orlner. 1; by McQuillan, 7. Umplrea:
Bvron and Orth.
Braves Rent f. la ait a.
BOHTON, May 7 The Braves defeated
.7 'lk in "lugging bee today, 11
to 7. The delivery of each of the five
pitchers waa hit hard. toore:
NEW YORK. BOHTON.
' AB.H.O.A B. AB.H.O A E.
Yj"?':St I ! iFttapafk. rtl l
.. 1 1 tiM.,rn. rf.... I lis
Lob.rt. lb . I t 3 I K(.n. b.,.. till
xichr M l I I I l.-,ii,r. i i
Puma. If... . I 4 3 Oroniiolljr, II. 3 I 1
!ertB. rfllll DMhsm. ...! I I a
Hr.ln.rd. lb I 1 H Vmldt lh I 1 i I .
Mr.. CN..4 1 I t tfrtmlih. !b...4 111
. - - - ...... .11,11, .911
rromm., 1 Gow.lr, .... Ill
Klu.r. s a a . i w....i.V ' : . I : T
S'Ut I o OJUs.a. V"". 111!!
T,,,ah 41 II 14 13 I Tirt.l. 17 14 37 It t
Halted lor b roinine In the aevemn
New Voik 3 03100300-7
u,'t" 0 3 3 4 0 1 3 0 -ll
f'T"0."'!? Maranvlll. 2). Buma
. fmlui (Ji. Connolly, Al.igee. t.rajnerd.
r IvU her. Molen baaea: f ict her. Con-
to Schmidt. Buses on balls: Off Bctiupp.
. oft rrommc. 1; u Hitler. 1- Lit
lw,S!lirlullfU;1 " SlhUp"'
two-tnlnl. Innltuis; ,if Kromme. 0 n
three ami oiia-tlJrd .Innings; otf Hitter 4
In two innings; oft Rudolph. In six ,.-
Su,;K"i.v"n' V" '"". struck
? Sj'hupp. 3; bv Hudonh. 3; by
Haan. j. Lmplrea: Klein and Kmalie.
UBOR EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
TEST SUIT IS DELAYED
iFrom a Staff Curtespondent)
LINCOLN. May 7 -(Speclal.)-Tlie hear
ing on the Injunction suit asked for by
representatives of labor employment
agencies to test the constitutionality of
the new employment airencv l n....i
by the laat legislature has been nost-
yuum unui loinorrow. v
Attorneys H. II. Bowea n,l j ti w,,i...
of Omaha will conduct the cane for the
employment agencies and Assistant At
torney ueneral Avers will represent the
REGULAR ARMY MEN
AT OFFICERS' SCHOOL
(From a Stafr Correspondent)
LINCOLN. May 7.-tieclal.)-The offl
cers' school of the Nebraska National
Ouard will be held at CrpUnl Bea. h, -tear
Lincoln. June 20 to 24.
Regular officers assigned as instructors
by the War department are:
Malor lRov 8. !. ,n. Tenth Infantrv.
Captain Pi ran Wliitworth. Teuiti in
fantry. t'antaln Walter 8. Batra. Infantry.
Captain Robert 8. Maxey. Kighteentli
Captain -Benjamin R. Wada. Fifth in
fantry. Lleutanant William C. Btoll, Infantry.
OMAHA. BATCH PAY, MAY
TIP TOPS WIN FROM CASEYS
Brookfeds Take Game by Score of
Four to One on Home
PACKARD IS BATTED HARD
BltOOKLTN, May 7. Brooklyn won
from Kansas City today, 4 to 1. Chad
bourne's pass and Ftovall'a triple scored
a run for Kansas City In the first Inning,
but aftr that Peaton. although wild, held
tliem safe. The Hrooklyna battd Pack
ard hard, but sharp fielding held the runs
Kansns Clt . 1 O A 0 0 0 0 01 0
Fn.oklyn ...0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 12 S
Hatt-rl'-r: Packard and Easterly, 8ea
! t' n and Land ,
llebela Beat Balfeds.
I HA I.T1MORK. Mav 7. Plttsbugh d
fented Baltimore today, 10 to 9. Three
home runs were made, two by Baltimore
and one by Pittsburgh. Manager Knahe
wh put on, of the gnme in the first In
ning for disputing with the umpire.
Pittsburgh .i001100 0-10 12 0
Baltimore .. 700230200 9 13
Batteries: Dickson, Ieclalr and Berry;
Bailey, Smith. Qulnn and Owens.
Whales I.oae to Newark.
N'R'VAIIK, N. J.. Mar 7.Newark de
fcaled Chlcaxo today, S to 4. Score:
Vewnrk 1 4000000 4 10
Chicago 00000002 24 0
Batterlea- I'r.run and Rarlden; Black,
Brennan and Fischer, demons.
Coast Leaarae Reaalts.
At Salt Lake aty Score: R.H.E.
Oakland 16 4
alt Lake City S 0
Batteries: Oakland, Prough, Boyd and
Kuhn: Halt Lake City, C. Williams and
At Los Angels-Score: . . .. .. . R.H.E.
Venice .'. 3 4 0
Los Angeles 0(1
Batterlea: Venice, Johnson and Mitre;
Lob Angeles, Ryan and Brooks.
At gun Tranclsco Score:. R.H.E.
San Francisco 8 13 1
Batteries: Portland, Kruse, Keefe and
Carlsch; San Francisco, Baum and
At Milwaukee Score: R.II.E.
Kansas City 14 3
Milwaukee 8 8 1
Batterlos: Kansas City. Delhi, Lefty
Oeorgc and Oelbel; Milwaukee. Shackel
ford and Brannon.
At Indianapolis Score: R.H.E.
Ixiilvllle 7 11 2
Indianapolis 8 9 1
Bstteries: Louisville. - Ellis. Scanlon
Perry. Northrop and Clemons; Indianap
olis. Burk. Tipple, Bchardt and Black
burn. Mluneapolls-St. Paul, postponed, wet
Cleveland-Columbus, postponed, wet
grounds. ' .
LABORE RSUES BURLINGTON
FOR INHALING LIME DUST
fFr'om a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 7.-(Speclol.A suit
for damages , which covers a peculiar
i clnt was Instituted In district court here
esterday by ' John Vrana, a laborer,
sBalnst the Burlington railroad for 83,990.
It Is alleged In the complaint that Vrana
was ordered to sweep the floor of one
of the company's buildings at Havelock
T.hlcli had recently been given a coat
of whitewash on the Inside by hydraulic
He was not warned to be careful about
Ibhaling the lime dust and for three
hours worked sweeping the floor while
i a cloud of dust surrounded him. because
le was forbidden to dampen the floor.
,On account of inhaling the dust ha was
I taken violently ill before tha Job wa
'finished and has since been In an en
feebled condition and unable to perform
work because of the condition of his
EFFORT TO MAKE PULLMAN '
COMPANY PAY MOREJAXES
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May T.-iSpeclal Telegram.)
If the three new members of the State
Bimrd of Assessment. Secretary of State
Pool,! Auditor Smith and Taeasurer Hall,
have their way the Pullman Car company
will be raised considerably higher than
the figures proposed by the representa
tive of the company, Thomas Benton, last
Monday. Mr. Benton agreed to a raise of
al-out 23 per cent, but the trio now say
that the property has been underassessed
In years gone by and they propose to
make up for it by raising the assessment
rhry would like to tack on from 8000
to $1,00 on the valuation of each car of
t. stuiidurd mako to the !15.iX)o agreed to
by the agent. M Benton will remon
strate with the lioard tomorrow.
FROM SCHOOL FOR DEAF
( From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 7,-tpeclal Telegram.)
The expulsion of three boys from the
Omaha School for the Deaf by Superin-
; tendent F, W. Booth has been approved
J by the Board of Control and they stand
J reai'y to furnish the county attorney of
Doftglas county with evidence In their
poaneaalon If be dealrea to prosecute.
The 'boys are Fred Roglita of Lincoln,
aged U: Frank Herman ef Venus, aged
IX, and Henry Poeplall of Platnvlew. aged
It They were charged with setting fire
to tha boys' cottage ef the Institute and
also to the old school building.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
i i .
RED SOX DEFEAT
NEW YORK YAMS
Boston American! Win First Game
of Season from New Tork
LEONARD IS EFFECTIVE IN BOX
NEW TORK, May 7.-The Roeton j NELSON, Neb., May 7.-Speclal Tele
Americans won their first game of the ' gram.) The opening- of the second day
season from New York today, t to 1
Leonard was effective In all but the sec
ond Inning, when three singles and a
pass enabled New Tork to score two runs.
Hopper'a ninth-Inning home run Into the
right field stand, with Thomas on base,
proved to be the hit which won for
. BOSTON. NEW TORK.
AB.H.O-A. K. AB.H.O.A.E.
rf.,6 3 I SMnliel. Sb... 4 6 4 1 0
Winner. 2b.. i
Hpealrsr. rl.. t
Lewi. If I
Hnhlltl. lb 4
Srntt, ss 4
MeNallr. lb 4
Thomas, c. . . 4
Ltooard, a.. I
14 OHartull. II.. 4 1114
Ft OHIsh, ef I S A 0
I APlpa, lb 4 1 11 0
0 Of'onk, rt 4 4 0
J 3 OP, klnpt. ss 4 I 4 3 0
41 ORnons. lb... 4 1 1 ft 1
14 3 ONun.mflkr. c I 1 1 1 0
1 Cldwll. p. I 1 3 4
Totals 17 U 37 19 4 Totsls It 8 37 13 I
nost6n 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 lfi
New Tork 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 13
Two-base hit: Plpp. Three-baae hit.
Leonard. Home rune: Hooper, Peckln
paugh. Stolen baae: Wagner. Double
Play: Lewis to Wagner. Bases on errors:
Boston, 1. Bases on balls: Off Caldwell, 1;
off Leonard. 2. Struck out: By Leonard,
4. Umpires: Mullaney and Evans.
Marks Crash Senators.
PHILADKLPHIA. May 7. Philadelphia,
knocked Bentley out of the box In less
than two Innings today and defeated
Washington. 4 to 1. Shawkcy kept tho
hits of the visitors well scattered. Score:
Maetlsr, rf.. I 14 4Wtlh, rf.... 3 1441
stllaa, ef.... 4 1
Poster, Sb... 4
Gandll; lt... 4 0
Morsso, lb.. 3 1
Mhsnks, If.. 3 1
Hanry, o... I 1
MrRrtd. ss. 3 1
Neft. as 4 4
ooldrlDt. It-. 4 4 1
4 istrunk, ef... 8 I
egcbojif, c ... 4 3 ft
OLsvlols, 3b... I . I 1
OMolimls, lb. 4 J
lbs nr. ss.... Ill
Kopt, lb.... Ill
OBhawker, p.. 11-4
Bant lay, p.. I 4
Hoppr, p. .
Totals..... IT 17 11 1
Totals 4 14 U
Batted for Kngel in siith.
Batted for McBrtde In eighth.
Batted for Hopper In eighth.
Washington 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Philadelphia 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 t
Two-base hits: Kopf. Sbawkey. Stolen
bases: Walsh. Oldrlng, Schang t2. Double
plays: Foster to Gandll. Naff to Oandll,
Shawkey to Lajole to Mclnnla. Bases on
balls: Off Bentley, 1; oft Engel. 8; off
Shawkey. i. Hits: Off Bentley, 4 in one'l
and ono-tlrd innings; off Harper, 1 In'
one Inning; off Kngel, 2 in two and two- j
thirds innings; off Hopper, 1 Irk two In
nings, pirucs, oui: ny cubbi, a. uy rcuK- ,
Hrawas i,ose to -i isrera.
ST. LOins. May 7. Detroit slugged !
Hamilton, Hoch and Baumgardner alike
here today and beat the locals, 11 to 2. :
DirrnoiT. sr. urvum
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. !
Bash. aa....ft 113 lghottoa. if.. I 1 I
Vltt, lb 1.1 1 1 OAurtln, lb... 4
Cobb, cf. .... 14 lPrstt, 3b.... I
Oawfard, rf 3 1 4 4 OKautmaa, rf 4
Vaach. If.... 4 13 4 lwilhama. rf 4
1 -1 3
4 4 4
JaoohMO. 1st 1 4 4 4lrsr;. lb... 4 111
Hakar. e.... 114 1 VLatran, sa... 4 13
-k n E . nr iv .1... nf m
Cevalsakt. pt 1 1 3 OAsoaw, c... 4
HasBinon. p. m
Totals II 11 11 IHiKih. p 4
Pmncrdnr. p I
ffererl4 ... 1
Howard ... 1
Totals 34 i 17 13 I
Ratted for Hamilton In sixth. ;
Batted for Baumgardner in ninth. '
Ietrolt S 0 3 0 1 0 0 4 111
St. Louis S 000000002
Two-base hits: C. Walker, Kavangh.
Three-baae hits: Bush. Vltt Stolen
basea: Cobb (2), Bush, Crawford, Agnew.
Karned runs: Off Hamilton, 3; off Hoch.
?;. off Baumgardner. 1. Double play:
KlV anagh to Buan to jacooson, nasea
on balls: Off Ooveleakie, 3; off Hamll
ton. 2; off Hoch, 2; off Baumgardner, 8.
Hits: Off Hamilton, 8 In six innings; off
Hoch, 8 in one and one-third Innings; off j
Baumgardner, 4 In one and two-thirds in
nings. Struck out: By Coveeleakle, 8;
by Hamilton, 1. Umpires: O Lougblln :
ST0R2 TO PLAY THE SOUTH
OMAHA WONDERS TWO GAMES
Th. smith Omaha Wonders and Ston
teams w"l meet 'today and Sunday at
Rourke park, games to be called at
Manager Hunter of the Wonders has
pared no expense to get the best talent
v.ilsbla Probably the best known to
incal fans la T.vnch of the Chicago Union
Giants. Other classy players are Cooper.
nrman. DeMoaa and McLaughlin ol me
Ve Rnricn (Ind.l PI u tee. Murphy of
rhn York' Olanta. Robinson and
Carrey of the St. Louis Olants, Vans-
field of the Kansas City colts ana Alien
of the Texas Bronchos, San Antonio,
Shoes for Men
Ths extra values we give
make It worth while for you
to buy at
M. S. Alkisson's
314 South 15th Ot.
I'A. 8. Thompson, Mgr.
MRS. DUNHAM HEAD
OF DISTRICT CLDBS
Federation Worker from Eustis Is
Elected President of Fifth Dis
trict Woman's Organization.
MRS. DIETRICH ON "STJNNYSIDE"
of the Fifth district Woman's club con-
ventlon waa a business meeting-, only one
. music number being given, a duet '"No
body Knows But Mother," by Miss Fairy
Knlne and MIssj Merle Koken of tho Nel
The bylaws of tho club were mended
so that the district offloera are elected
at each alternate district convention. In
teresting club reports were than given
representing; work In many lines, civic
Improvement, philanthropy and educa
tional. Mrs. Q. D. Fbllmer of Oak gave a re
port from the Kings' Daughters circle
of her town. v
State President. Mrs. A. O. Peterson
interested the dub members in a map
talk on the municipal libraries of the dis
trict, the map having been prepared by
Miss Templeton of Lincoln. She also rave
an appeal for the scholarship fund being
raised by the clubst The convention
voted 814 to this fund.
A paper on "Home," by Mrs. W. A. Cote
of Nelson, and one by Mrs. Howard Laird
of Superior on "Russian Trade" were
read and heartily received.
, Eastls Woman President. (
Election of officers followed with this
result. President, Mrs. C U Dunham of
Bustls; vice president, Mrs. W. K. Korln
of Nelson; secretary and treasurer, Mrs.
P. A. Sunbury of Holdrece.
At the conservation session, tha au
dience listened to a paper on tho "Lin
fcoln Highway" by Mrs. W. H. Dillon of
Hastings. Mrs. Clara A. West and Mrs.
Clara Manlon rave a selection from "H
Trovatore" by Melnot
In the meantime the high school stu
dents and the grades had assembled to
The wise clothes buyer Is not the one who buys solely on
the strength of "price" or of "cut price" sales.
Being wise he roes into the matter a little deeper and
considers quality of materials, wearing power, permanence- of
The clothes which will fully measure up In the last
respeota as well aa the prloe you pay for them, are the ones
which will give the most satisfaction In the long run.
Tou will find we believe in our Kensington Suits for men
and young men, clothes which have the very best materials,
splendid wearing power and not oly fit superbly when new
but atay fit Before seleotlng your next atrlt try one of these
Kensingtons.. Tou get more than your money's worth S20.
Be our display of Dalpork Athlefla TJMerwaar. It has a
new closed crotch feature. The crotch is so constructed aa to
stay closed, yet fits snugly aU tha time 81.00 and $1.0.
vAN" Remember to buy it
1 you will forget you. j
iV, halve it on. A cool, easy fit J
Perfect freedom, and oh! t
A J how comfortable. The im-
A L proved spring-needle knit I
A , A abric doet it Men's
t 'ti un'on snd separate gar-
v V e h ments, $1 up.
f UtkaKnlttlnf Co, Makars
l ' V UUa. N.V.
4 V ,out fcr Spi"11M
I V V DISTRIBUTORS T
-l V t r nit ii
j w t' . Company .1
I J 1 - it." A Ham. jJJ
-m Y J C Ooods Co.
hear the paper on the "Protection er WIM
Birds' by Mesdamca Par.inns am Sun-
i xuiuieire. at, ine cmac of the
paper the Nelson Bird club led by Gar
land Fuller gave a very clever series of
Miss Cecilia Boudresu sang a group of
three Indian songs In costume.
Mrs. Charles Dietrich of Hastings told
the convention of "Sunnyslde," the homo
the Hastings club was Instrumental In
starting, which cares for people who
otherwise would be homeless.
Mrs. Dunham, the newly elected presi
dent read a paper on "Woman's Place in
, .. c, n i mil,
was given by Mrs. Claude Henderson of
The Commercial club tendered an auto
drive to the club visitors and Nelson
women which completed a very full and
pleasant afternoon program. - .
The concluding session was held this
evening; when two addresses were given,
ono on the "Econcmilo Training of Girls."
by Miss Alien Lewis of the University of
Nebraska, and on by 7tfrs. A. G. Peter
son, state president, on "Values." Miss
Josephine Day of Superior gavo a double
number piano solo aa did also Harold
Lewis of Fairfield.
Mr Clara Manlon played the "Polon
aise," by Chopin, and Miss Schacr of
Superior gave' a vocal number.
A complimentary theater party was
given the delegates at the Kllto after
tho evening aession by tho editor of Nel
son Gasette. , . '
Tha weather today has been ideal for
tho sessions and the local as well as dele
gates attending have been greatly pleased.
FINF.D UNDER FOOD LAW
i (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May T.-Speclat.) As a re
sult of prosecutions of milkmen at Ken-
nard by Inspectors of the pure food de
partment three violators were fined no
nu coats tor naving in their possession
and for sale unsanitary milk. A test
showed a large amount of dirt in each
The report of the food, dairy and oil
department of tho state shows total re
ceipts tho last month of 34.S02.14. Of this.
$4,149.2$ was for oil Inspections.
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