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T11K UEK: OMAHA. W KD.NhSDA V. MAY (. llll.").
BY RALLYJN NINTH
Three Tiger Pitchers Fall Before
Senators in Fierce Eleventh
FINAL SCORE IS FOUR TO THREE
PETnOlT. May . Washlnaton awolt
from lla butting Mump today and In a
ninth-Inning rally, which scored aix runit,
defeated Ivtrolt, to t. Thr pitrhra
fell before the. senators during the final
onslaught. Two slnglea, a double and a
triple; a passed ball, a base on balls, a
hit batsmsn and an error produced the
half doien tallies. McBrlde was put out
of the came for disputing a decision.
A R AB H
9 ORuitl, aa 5 1
4 KVItl, Id I 0
SCobh, cf I I
Crawford, rf 1
.ch. If.. .. I I
K , lb. 4
0 O-Younc lb... 4 I
1 OStanaga, c.. 1 1
1 'aval, p 4 1
0 Sl'nland. a...
1 lDubuc. p.... S
I 0 ToUla II It
AB 11 O
O A B.
Moallar. rf.. I
'otr. Ih. . . I
Vnnollr. If. I
Johnana. If.. 1
Areata, It.. 0
Vllen. ef.... I
Oandll, lb... I 0 12
Morrati. Is.. 1 1
Ainamith. e. 4
-Rrlda. sa. 0
Naff, as 4
Oallla, .... 1
Arr . a B
H par. a
Williams .. 1
0 0 t
27 u 1
Totals II U 17 12 1
Ran for Jolinson in ninth.
Batted for Ayres In ninth.
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 11-
letrolt 1 1010010 0-4
Two-base hit: Milan. Three-base hits:
Morgan, Williams, Cobb. Home run: Moel
ler. Stolen bases: Moeller, Foster, Bush.
Veach. Young, Cavet. Earned runs: Ofr
t'av.t, 2; off Boland, 2; off Dubuc, 1; off
Oallla, 1: off Avres. 3. Double play: Fos
ter to Neff. Bases on balls: Cavet. I;
Dubuc, 1; Gallia, 1; Ayrea. 1: Hopper. 1.
Hit: Off Cavet, 8 In eight Innings (none
out In ninth): off Dubuc. 1 In two-thirds
Inning: off Ayrea. 7 In six Innings: off
Boland.- i In on-thlrd inning: off Gallia.
In two Innings; off Hopper, t In one
Inning. Struck out: By Cavet. 4: by Bol
and. 1; by Oallla, 1: by Ayrea, ; by Hop
par, 1. Vmplree: Kvane and Eldrtdge.
Marka Trias ladtans.
CLEVELAND, May . Philadelphia
defeated Cleveland, to 6, In twelve in
nings today, the winning run being
scored after two were out on a pass to
MoAvoy ana single oy Barry ana n.opr.
Wvckoff, Ineffective at the start, allowed
but two hita the last seven Innings.
C3 ElAND. FHILADM.FHTA.
AR.H.O.il AB H O A B
Ilfcold, rf.. I t OMurphr. rf.. 4 2 1 0
Tr. 111.. 4 S 4 4 SWalah. If... I
Chapman. sat I llapp. lb.... 1 11 0
Jltrkano, lb.. ( 1 II 0 OSohang, ef... 4 1 1
Oranay, If... 11 OUJola. lb... 1
Hmlth. rt....t 0 4 0 o Mo ATM. .. I I ( i
Barbara, Ib.l I 1 I Sarrw. aa.... I 1 1 4
rvi&ill a... 1 0 7 1 SKovf. 2b..... 0 10 10
Mitchell, p.. 1 l a twjrcsoii, p.. i i i
XValkar. ... I 1010
Wood 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 47 14 M 17 1
Hammond .0 0 0 0 0
Totals..... M Ml . ,..
: 'Batted for Walker In twelfth,
an.n fnr O'Kalll In twelfth.
Cleveland 1 1001000000 (MS
Philadelphia .... 0 1 0 I 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 l-
Earned runa. Cleveland. 6: ' Philadel
phia. B. Two-base hits: Grnney. Barbara,
wvckoff. Stolen bases: Chapman, Mur
phy. Double play: Barry to Lajote to
Tjapp. McAvoy to I lole. Hlta: orr
Mitchell. in four Innings. Bases on balls:
Off Mitchell. V. off Walker. S; off
Wychoff. 4. Struck out: By Mitchell, 1;
by Walker, 4: by Wvckoff, 45. Base on
errors: Cleveland, 10. Umpires: Nallln
arid Dlnean. ,
) Y , ;
v-; Pay Expenses of
' Athletic Teams
RAM PRANCTSCO. Cal.. Mar 25 J. 3,
tS.M .. ' a..lfn illrartnr iraf Athtaffra
of the 'Panama-Paelfle exposition, denied
today that the exposition had refused to
or ax mi rxpensB ot wmsn's jui
He said the exposition had pledged Itself
i6 pay the xpensaa, of ' athlete a finally
selected by tba Amateur Athletic union
to. compete hare. - - .'
Mcdovem" explained that' he had bean
Informed of us Arrangement for trials
tjLt, '. St. Louis or any other places than
Boston for the eastern athletes, and Chi
cago for tho middle western.
' ST.' LOUIS. May 28. Tha w eatern dls
trlct championship tournament of th
Amateur ' Athletic union was postponed
Indefinitely today by tha board of man
gerg. ' The meet had been set for June
5. The tournament was to be the try out
f of western athletes who desire to enter
tbe . Pauiaouv-Faclflo - exposition meet.
There bad been a report that tha meet
would be called off or postponed because
Qf a refusal on the pan or jinami-ci
dfic. exposition officials to defray the ex
penses of, athletes. When Informed that
exposition authorities denied any such
refusal Theodore R. Bland, one of tha
.-estern district managers, said that it
had bean th ' general understanding
throughout-tha country that, the axposl
tlon vould : not 'Pajr the expenses. He
aid.' -however, no' Information had been
received officially ' that expenses of ath
letes to Baa Francisco would not be paid.
t ; ; Issue in California
,LOS ANOELES. CM., May -.-Fighting
foreclosure - proceedings Instituted by N.
Oka,, a Japanese, Mrs. Mary Leet and
Miss Clara Walter, aet up the claim in the
superior court today that under the Call-
torn la aliea land ownership law Oka can
not, own land in this atate and therefore
oajinot . take -from them a . lot given as
security for a H.k mortgage loan.
The women also contend that under
the treaty between the United States and
Japan, citisenship Is withheld from Jan
ansae, and that no one not entitled to
rltlsenahlp has the right to lend money.
, The court ordered the raae submitted on
brief, while tb treaty and the California
land law la atudled In all Its bearing on
' the rase.
SAN FRANCISCO.. Cel.. May X.-Ray
"ntond Benjr.min, chief deputy state at-
. torney general, aald today that a Japan
ese can foreclose a mortgage on real
property, a In the case of N. Oka In
; Lea Angeles, but csnnot buy In tha
property at the foreclosure sale. Mr.
'Benjamin said there was no legal bar
,'rier to a Japanese loaning money. '
Assistant Chief s
- CLEVELAND, O.. May 25. At the tri
ennial convention of the Brotherhood of
locomotlv Englneera being held hers
.four assistant grand chief englneera were
sleeted today. They are M. W. Cadle,
'Sedalla, Mo.; H. E. Wills, Washington,
K. C; E. Corrlgan, - Hlllaboro, Tex., for
alx-year terms, and M. Montgomery, San
Francisco, to fill the vscsncy caused by
the death of E. W. Hurley.
"Th convention Increased the allowance
to the M0 delegate for expenses during
"tb "oonvention to II a day from 8, due
" to the high cost of living found U exist
la the city.
of Dr. Parkhurst
Grand Island". Crack Pitcher Strike
Out Fifteen Prohibi and Give
ROCHESTER, N. T.. May tt.-The lZTtti
eneral assembly of the Presbjrtsrlan
church of the United Ptatea thla after
noon adopted a resolution offerel aup
pfementary to the report of the temper
ance rommlttee condemning Rev. Dr.
Charlea II. Parkhurst of New Tork for
writing letter to California which was
Interpreted aa supporting the antl-rrohl-bltlon
party of that atate. All au-h let
ters written by any member under the
jurisdiction of the ceneral assembly like
wise wera condemned.
At the morning aesslon the assembly
adopted an overture presented by the
Corning. N. T.. Treebytery. providing for
absolute prohibition of the practice of
teaching polygamy In any atate or terri
tory of the United States. The prehlbi
t!on would be made effective by an
YORK'S ERRORS ALL
TORJv, Neb., May J6. (Special Tele
gram.) Grand Island gave Tork an
other coat whitewash today through
Hoffman's brilliant pitching. Ha allowed
but three scattered alngle. and struck
out fifteen Prohlbs. All ot York's errors
were costly. Score:
AB.H .O.A C
Murphr, af. .
Wooda. If ...
ffHc.han. tb... 2
1 Pawner, If.. 1
Finnr. ef... I
ICVebjr, .... 4
BMillar. rf.... 4
nrialr, lb.... 4
48alk. aa I
amendment to the constitution of the
"Onmlia People Ar
A well-known representative from a large New York jobbing
made this statement just the other day downtown He said:
"There is something uncanny about the way Omaha
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OsUKA lOTTinm CO, Be. 11U
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OK1XA BOX CO
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ZaTaaworta, OongU llta.
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TBKO XBU0 BBB 'ZHO' CO.. Xmg
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Sta. (Sonth ). .
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BUTCHERS' aad PACKERS' TOO LA
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At.. Webstar a.
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(Bssblt all oaat aa WsU all ateel
4 1 Hoffman, r I I I
Totals.,.. t 117 12 7 Tnlala t t 27
Grand Island 0 1 u i u . 0 i (. I
tork O 0 0 0 0 0 it 0 n-e
Two-base hits: Crosby, Claire. Stolon
bases: Varney, Boben 2i , toeby. 1'miMo
play: Totten to RJce to Totton. Hsses on
balls: Off Haley, . off Hoffman. 1. Ieft
on baa: Urnnrt lalnml, 3: York, Hit
by Pitohed ball: Murphy. Stru. k out: By
Haley, i; by Hoffman, 16 Time: 1 VV
Pawaeea Olrrn balnal.
BF.ATRICE. Neb... May .-SivtUI
Telesram.l 4'olumbua was shut out by
Beatrice here today. Mo H The vuttor
were unable to hit Pate at a time whon
a bit meant a score. The Hcntrbe men.
by timely hits, piled tip runs. In tho
third Inning Uorkewlta' two-bacgT
scored two men. Score:
AB.H.O.A C. AB U O A K
WMta 2b. I 1 1 lrtllman. I I l I
McOrath. lb 4 1 1 2 oarannaa. Ih. 1 (I 1 2 t
Pmlth. lb... 4 IH I lHi.r,. rf ... I 1 S o
fralt, rf ... 4
Its orr. ot 4 I I
Katnaar, r... I
linrham. rf . . 2
Outtman, aa 4
Thlaman. If. 4
S 2 2 Olorahaii. If I 1 t
0S OHo. kwlti. lb 2 1 10
112 OKonum, aa . 2 0 t
12 2Bueiar. r. .. I 1 le
Ktrechnar. a 1 I Ol'alr. P 1
Juatea, 1010 .
Tatala IS 7 it W 1
Totals It 0 14 U I
Columhus ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 iV 0
Beatrice 1 0 S 1 1 0 t 0
Two-base hlta: Pockewltx, Ruater,
White. Neff. Sacrifice blta: Flllman,
Black, Bockewita, 1'ata. Stolen bases:
retailers pick flaws in goods that would be hailed with
delight in larger towns; also in demands for the vogue
of the last minute ...... The reason is apparent
Omaha people are great sticklers for quality. They
want the best at a reasonable price and they get it."
Omaha manufacturers knew this lon be
fore Mr. New Yorker did. They have known
right from the start that theirs must be a pro
duct of the highest quality, equal to or better
than any other known makes.
And they have produced it, but the aver
age Omahan doesn't realize it. And here is
something else he doesn't realize it can be
bought in Omaha for less than it can be
shipped here for, and he gets a more direct,
The next time you want to buy something,
ask for the Omaha made brand and give it a
trial. It's to your own personal interest
setter Made Boxes
The wooden box industry
is a thriving one in Omaha.
There must be packing boxes,
box shooks and there is a big
demand in this section for
chicken coops and egg cases.
A distinction possessed by
these Omaha-Made boxes is
the better seasoned lumber
used and the fact that it is
kept dry; and the patented
features make the boxes
strong, durable, adaptable to
Made in Omaha by the
OMAHA BOX CO.
l l'lmnii i.'i. Ill n U. I..khnrl. Sim k
out. liv Kirarhnor, I; h' .IiihII.. 1. b"
1'ate. I. f'lrat on bulla: Off Ktiachncr.
nvri; off I'nte, 4 Ihmhlc play: Mc
Urath to Smith Hit bv pitcher: lly J i--tls
I.o'khait). Time 1 45. I'mplr :
Reala Take Hecoad l.tar.
HABTINOS. Neb.. Mav -Speclnl Tel-rgram.)-Hv
hitting tho ball opportunely
todsy, Hastlnaa took the second game of
the series from Kearney, to It Score:
a faM uamo of ball hero torlar. Falrhurv
pluyrra o-e n't ahle to hit Rosier of
nroilrl. .. II.
i amr-hatl, rf 4
II Mmaa. 'I 4
Kfrnem, it . i
V-lk-r. ih . 2
B Brown, lb 2
lv aa 1
Smith, e.... 2
bravar, a ... 2
AH H O A F, AB H O A K
Totala .... 4
Jomta. lh. . 4
1 Moor, ft. 4
0 cOlaon. aa.... 1
1 tMrumm Ih . 4
0 aMd'ahle. f. 4
1 DKkhnlan, tl
an Monro, 2b 4
1 OOhat h 4
tttriall, rt. 4
5 (inner. ... 2
farrrg. If . .. 1
Mora, 2b... 4
Maia, a ... 4
Mrrlll. rf... 4
Shaw, rf .... 4
BMw. 2b .. 2
W loafer, p. ,
Vniphall .. I
boy. struck out;
Totals .... 24 Ikll I Totals. ..22 11 IT IT 1
Kearnrv 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
II noting 0 10 1 0 0 3 0 O-tS
Three-base) hit- McCaba. Sacrifice blta:
Cnrtig, olaon. Stolen bases: Msey.
Rllcy, Obst. Basea on balla: Off Web
ster. 1: off Smith, t. lft on bases:
Kearnev. 7; Hastings, I. Hit by pitched
ball: Hollow. Hits: Off Smith, 1 In ono
and one-thlid Inning; off niley, b Struck
out: By Vleater. 4. by Riley, a. Time:
180. Umpire: Shuater.
Norfolk Defeafa ralrkary.
rAlHnrRY, Neb., May -(Special
Telegram.) Norfolk defeated reinjury In
Have yon1 ever noticed that the bet
ter made the boxes in which you re
ceive flowers, or hats, or suits from
the stores, etc., the better are your
There is a well-established, enter
prising manufacturer in Omaha whose
paper boxes, for all purposes imagin
able, are unequaled.
And, because the cost of shipping
boxes is high in proportion, he can
undersell all out-of-town competitors.
Having the inclination of the Omaha
manufacturer to serve you well, you
can save time and money by dealing
These boxes are made by
(Omaha Fibre & Corrugated Box Oo.)
15th and Leavenworth
Rlahnp. S. nr on bells: Off ffesver,
S. off Bishop, . Hlta: off Reaver, 4; Off
Mlahop. 4. Time: J:f Umpires: Woorls.
IP. AB HO a r.
KIIIMhrnl, rf I
Itr. Boll's Plne.Tar-Heaey
TV. Pell's rine-Tar-Honey eases yceir
cough, loosens the mucous, strengthens
tb Inns. Tlie first dose help. Oet a
bottle todsy. Only 28c. All druggists.
Month. h ... 2
1 1 1
0 0 2
1 1 II
1 0 4
a Boot ha,
1111 1 Tolslt 12 4 17 S 4
0 0 rt 1 1 0 1 O 0-4
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
llnnlh In ninth
Klean atGlf Baa.
he players Infuriate him by re me r kins
iftrr a close play. "1 think you fooxled
Campbell. I'avton. Con
By Beaver, 4; by ithere
ewvw a w4vab . m
An Ideal Hotel with an Ideal Situation
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and importing house
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