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.ROURKES, 10 TO 7
Denver Garners Seventeen Hits Off
Thompson and Everdon.
TWO GRIZZLY HUE LEES USED
DENVER. June 11. Denver with the
Id of two pitchers, seventeen, hit, ability
to' scor at critical times, and , aevrn
Omaha error, won here today. Score.
iw ys i, j nompson ana r-avrmun iur
Omaha were una Die to nom me lorai
Score: " '
ATI. R. H. O.
.4 a . s 2
.4 2 t 12
. & s 4 a
.so a i
.4 i s a
.4 o n o
,4 0 - J 0
. 4 0
. o a o o
Kl, I. ),, lb
Hp nr. r
18 17 27 10
Km. 3b ..
,...ST 7 10 84
.o i i a o i o
Kni.r Whelan. Two-base hlta;
cvhllabner. McCormlck 2, Galloway.
Tliumaaon, Kverdon. Bpencer. Thre-ba
hit: Bhleld. Home run: McCormlck.
Sacrifice hlta: Wpeneer. Whelan. Hit
hmrnian: Shields. Struck out: By
Cantwell. 2; by Thompson, 1; by
Aiellano. a; by Everdon, 1. Bases on
.bk: Off Cantwell. a. Double flay:
Whelan to Preen to Sschllebner. lilts:
Off Cantwell 4 In two and one-third
lnnln; off Thompson, 11 In thre and
twotiitrd Inning; off AreHanee, In
six and two-thliile tnnink; off Everdln.
In four and one-third Inning. Time:
8:11. I'mplro: Van Bickla.
f-CllRKIHHK aillTB OtT ; SIOl'X
Hold India., Oae lilt, and Llaks
LINCOLN. June 11. liarney Schrelber
held the tamix City Indiana to one hit
today and shut them out. returning the
compliment or yesterday, score:
Wolfe. If 4
Mil infflgan, s 8
It. Pchrelber. cf..
1. Bihrelber. p...
1 m I'iei'M. If..,
) IfliallnK. u...,
ioun-, as 3
iTIt e. c a
lUMillib". P 0
liatted for Hoot h by In ninth.
Mn.Hiln o o 0 0 1 0 1
rx.ux City 0 0 0 0 0 0
To-hae htt: M. Kchrvlljer, II.
t'chri'lber. Mc iafflgan. Double I'lay:
Ua lu M'tiaffiKnn tu William SHCii
fie hlta: Pll'. ll.Hlliliy (i, McAllister.
Kroi k out. Hv Kuhrellwr, 8: by litMiiliby,
8 bo.i on balls: Off lioothby, t Time:
l ti. I mi, lie: Myers and l'uaU.
Miciibs take: third straight
Wulvea IX feat (t. Joaeph Drwaaaaeira,
Tkrer to Oae.
WICHITA. Kan.. June 11 Wichita
f me ha k at Bu JiMtrph again today and
v,ii the tril irlKhl gaiiMi. Not a walk
bulled durtn th" Kartte, It wu
I .Inved tn record time for the local d -
i.urlt-, b 4
Fen. If 4
'( i,iitftii, cf 3
H 1 Mtii-raon, lb.... 8
ll as 8
KriU 'll. SO a
K Khste, rf 8
, i c a
tuuihern. p S
8 10 37 14
AB. K. H.
K , ain, II
ti i'tms. f
t- ...it. ss
r .t"Mri h t
V. i, tins
l-fi vn baj':
5 bsHifH I. It.
...M I 1 24 19
.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
...a l o o o
bt .InattDh. (: Wichita.
I it : in nu.n.
len b.-a: Ft)K, H. 1'at-
1','ul.le l lV' l'up InOlnriri to
li t .lln hiil Mi'nk onl; lly Ikaff. 1
i fwi,,riii, S. ud pu-.jt: Lakatf. Tim
1 l. I n:lre: Giael
Hr4 S-us Are Wlaalag.
f'CilKV. la. June 11. tHpeclul Te'.e-
t . in. -The KnH Oly Krd Hui, Uie
..i.i'ri fevmt-i r'INiruiJ wsni of Kan
' V, u au tart, J-l-ula-d the Fury club
u.tinv in a cii uiayed aaiiau. I to t
;'iaaa I'll trj'ri la on a tour of
' . . : i.iu Mini N',rika and have
. a tM"-.i Miul U.fl tvlar lainil on til
I, , . ha-it. H.H K
I o 1 0 0 1 0-
l . : , y eoegooio 04 i
'. f'!.i., Mta,l-liu anJ Buubfl, Heo
iu aii'l il-ri-
Two New Pitchers
j - .
ta Rourke ha dug up two more new
jlti hr in an effort to bolster up that
weak hurling ataff. The new men are
Thompson from the Jry City cluh of
the International league and Arthur Lang
of the Venice Pacific Coast league) club.
Eoth are ld to be ronstdsrabl twlrlera.
Both Joined the team at Denver.
RILEY ALLOWS ONE
HIT TO DRUMMERS
Hastings Holds Norfolk Scoreless
Throughout Nine Innings
CHALKS . SINGLE , BUN TO WIN
HAST1NOS. Neb.. June U. (8penal Tel-
erera. Tho Red ahut out the Drum
mer today.. 1 to 0. lkth RUcy and Tnie-
Vr.ji .pitched tight bull, th former allow
ing-but one. hit and the latter two. me
foalure j.of . the game was the one-nano
ratch by Oramm of a terrific line drlv
In the ninth, robbing Dye of a hit. score.
AB H O A
U .... 414
so H O Ad
rorlfli. Itl I nimm.
Tin. M 4
r.rtln. If.... a
a 1 Mnor. rf ... 4 I
nrumm lb.. 11
j Mrcshs. If.. I t
I VRIrh'Mas. tl M I
t AMtens, .... a I
rohM. tb 114 0
1 WI4I. rf... I I I
Kller. 0 I
Ko.uio rf . I
r'MnpMll. ct a
Vlr, lb... 1
BmFH. lb... a
r.iiiis, e.... a
Thiems. V. a
TMIS. ... .M a U II
Total 1 If IT a
Batted for Tlileman In the ninth.
Norfolk 0 ft0?????
llaHn 0 o 0 O 1 o ' v
Two-te hit: Mc-Cabe. caoriime mis;
Melkr, Olllls. Htolen lo:- I'any'bell.
Uasea on balla: Off Thleman. S: off RJlev.
1. Hit with pitched ball; Hy Riley. Mel
ker. BtiiH-k out: by Thleman, 8; by
KUey, 6. Time; 1:35. Umpire: Mulr.
CJiasaps Win Kaally.
GRAND INLAND. Neb.. June 11 Ppe
rlai Tolegram.) The chamiw found Me
Donald with greater esse than ever be
fore, while lieatrlce could not connect
wifh ThUwn when hit meant run, thus
d"l rivlnff them of any advanlao of their
many walk. Henry iieiuing teaiurvu
BCATRKm OfUND IHIjAND.
A H O A B AB.ll.O A K
niimsa. b. a a a Rnun. ... i
UnnooB, te. t)lwi.7. rl.. I
Hu.t.r, I lb .. I 1
litii.m. lb... 4 It lllmrr, If.... I 1
Hlnrk. rl.... I 1 . S...4 1
Nrf. d a r, cf..4 1
Id- khart. II a 4 1 nutloT. .. I 1
kurtum. ..4 Ktalr. Ik... 4 0
UuUuasI. a I a tTbtMMa.' . I
Total...... 37 4 84
Grand Island ....
t 1 Totsl 87 1
...1 OS00100 4
Grand laland. !. Two-
base hits: Henry, Ksrney. Sacrifice hits:
ltrnnuon. RoDen, Downey, tynea, nenry.
Stolen base: Buster. Downey. Bynek,
Claire. Double plays: Roln to Claire,
Henry to llolen. l-assej Kali: Buster.
Base I'll hallt: Off Thlesnen. 7. Hit
tilt pitched ball: Hy Tniessen, i: oy
McOonali. I. ttruck out: l'y Thlasaen,
by McDonaiii. 3. wiia pucn: j niessen.
Time) 1.55. tmplro: Wood,
ghlaay ghaae t'kaaed Away.
YOUSC. Neb.. June 11. (Special Tele
gram.) York beat Falrbury again today
n an Interesting game, io . ion iooh
i. early lead through timely nits and
Signer s wild pitches. Falrbury got to
Hsley In the avventli for to alng'e and
two doubles, netting three rime, which
tied the acor. Harris relieved Haley
and Falrbury waa held before hi de
livery, bhaner wa fined VA and rhaae
from the para in in aixtn ror anpuiing
decision. Knoll held the rTonibs until
the eighth when, with two meo down,
Knlne singled and Harris cravked one
over the right field feme. Bcore:
AB H O A a A J It O A B.
Hlli'.hniS. rt I nir. lb 4 1 I
miO, b.. 4
I vumnr. ri.. i
Tkim. Sb.., 4
KHItl, If... 4
ri.mtt. Ik I
hnr . If... a
Thtwaics cf 4
lua. IS... 4
1 S la
'utibur. lb. . 4
1 Klaa. a.,
till. - I
Mtiajiar. .. 8
bluall, S 1
Totals 1 l 18 Total U 1 It 13
Falrbury 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 04
York , 1 0 0 1 0 2 i -
Two-base hits: Lamb, Hlldebrand. Con-
ley. Home run: Harrta. Btolen baaee:
Puyton, Tolten i. oouoia pay: i-onooy
to Cunlxy. liases on balls: Off Haley,
1; off Harris. 1: off Bhanr, 1. Left on
bases: Falrbury, : 1 oik. . Hit ov
plu lied ball: By hnaner. luce, mis: un
Haley. ; off Harrta 1; off fhaner, 8; off
Mioil. t. btruck out: By Halvy. 8: by
lUrrla, 1; by Blianer, i; fy nnoii. s.
ild ittclira: Bhauer (-) Time: l:u.
' laalbrra Aaaoetatlaa.
Memphis. (; Mobile, 6.
I n miiiKtiam, 1; Mobile, . 1
New in leans. 4: Atlanta, I.
( halutuooga-NaaShvlllc; postponed; wet
MrWalllaa Hate Wist Caamar.
Tlis Mrinailn Hat want gams with
any cla M teams lor eunaaya Call
fcam at Wrbatsr bA
When you bav a bllllou attaok your
liver fall to perform It functlona You
beoom constipated- Tb food you tat
fermeiiU In your stomach and rauaca
nausea, vomit lag and a terrible head
ache. Take Chamberlain' TabUta Th
witl tone up your liver, clean out your
stomach snd you will soon be as well as
ever. They otily cost a quarter. Obtain
able every a here. Adcrtiaa.'v-et.
iii. I I I I 111 -1LI7 III I f
CopyrtgM. ms. lnternattonaJ
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I I I I 1 a: rr .. 11 a I I
.. Ill 11
CUBS TAKE LEAD
Chicago Deposes Quaker Crew from
First Plans by Shutout
GAME IS A PITCHING BATTLE
CHICAGO, June 1L Chicago deposed
Philadelphia from flrat place today when
they shut out the visitors. I to 0. The
game wa a pitcher' battle, with Hum
phries outpllchlnir Rlxey and pemaree
and holding Philadelphia to three scat
Chicago won the game In the fifth In
ning when Good's single and a double
by Flher scored a run. The other run
wa made off Demaree. Fisher doubled.
took third on a wild pitch and scored on
The game aparkled with fat fielding.
flv snappy double plays being eaecaUd.
A running catch against the left flold
fence by Williams and one-hana eaten
of a pop fly by Byrne which started a
double play were feature. Bcore:
PtllLADKI.PH! A. CHlCAa.
fOnorofl. M. I
I iflnct. rf ... 1 J J
Byrn. lb... 4
BMlicr If - 4
A AH..hu1tA. If.. 140
iri.w. am... w m t -
(rih, rf.. I
m.hotf. tb.. a
lAiilvms. lb. a
rakru ct.. 3
flurn. c. . a
7.tmrtnn. Sb 4
t tHaier, lb.... 1 11
twuiunw. l a 0 1
An'hr, B....4 1 J J
Dl-haliui. lb.. I 1
t - Hunpbrvat
.: a 27 la
WhIIKKl ... 1
Totals... 1. 1 8 14 li 1
' 'Han for Bums In eighth.
Hatted for Rlxey In elffhtb.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0
r4.in... 0 0 0 0 1 0
Two-baao hits: Fisher. Becker. Earned
run: Chicago, . rSacrlflce l"1" :
hoff. Wmmerman. Doubli plays: Flshsr
to Zimmerman ta Baler. Byrne to Ban
croft, Itumplirlea to Phelan to Baier.
Bancroft to Nlehoff to Luderus. Phelan
lo Zimmerman to Haler. Base on error:
Chicago. 1. Baaee ofi bulls: Oft RlX'Y. :
off Humphries, 8; off Domaree, 1. Hlta:
Off Hlxo. 4 In seven Innings; off Dem
aree, 1 In one Inning. Btruck out: By
Rley, 3. Umpire: Klem and iunlle.
Reds Wis Lo( Gas.
' CINCINNATI, June 11 Appleton and
Benton pitched almost record, ball here
today, going fourteen Innings without a
score crossing the plate. The former
weakened slightly In the fifteenth, how
ever, and Cincinnati was returned a win
ner. 1 to 0. The deciding and only tally
started on Its way when Hersog ilngled
In the fifteenth. Bcore:
AH U OAE AB.H OA
O Mara. .. 14 1 latih. ef.... 1 8
,Yar. tf ... 4
11uhar lh. 4
& I Harao. aa. . . a a - -
I 14 tHlllller If.. 1
tUh oh. Ik..... 7111
11 (.rllfllh. rf.. 884
I ri.rka. 0.... 811
4 T Wlna. 4 1
1 1 IV'K lulti. lb 4 1
III Olioa. lb... 4 1 14 I)
18 Uantua. ... t 8
rltonsal. rf.. 8
luminal, rf. 8
W tint. If. ..
Cillahaw, lb. 4
Uaii. lb..... I
Total- 47 H8 18 1 Total M 80 1
One out when wlnnl ig run cored.
Two-base hits: OMara. Griffith (J).
Benton. Btolen bases: O'Mara, Lsaeh,
Von Kolntts. Wingo Cutshaw. turned
tun: tMnclnnatl, L Double play: Her
sog to Von Kolnits to Clark. Ueja to
Daubert, IVaiton o Hersog to Oison,
Appleton to Daubert. Uroh to Olson.
Hint on errors: Brooklyn. 1. Basea on
lu,lla: Off Appleton. ; off Benton. .
f-truck o'lt: By Appleton. 7; by Benton,
14. Umpires: yulgley and Eaaon.
tilaata Defeat Cards.
KT liOClB. June 11. New York took
todays game from Bt. I.ouls by the aoore
of 8 to 3, putting two r ins across in l
third Inning when Matheason ana onoa
grass sa'or.l snd never being headed by
the local. Mew Tors got us rinai laur
In the fifth, while Bt Loula scored one
In the third and It last marker In thu
ninth when Wilson hit a home rin. Bcore:
NCW YORK. T. DOl'IO.
AU.H.O.A B. AB.M.U.A K.
Snoilsrs'. ct I
ortjtlrr. ... a S I
art. lb.. 4
I', a. bar. If.. I 1 4
M ll.r. 8b .. 4 1 1 t
!!. 8b.... 3
Burnl. if.... 8
rlnbertae, H 4
Mrrtla. lb . 4
Bialaard. a 4
rJ.7 ti .:: 4 14.
Hr.i4. ih... en a
Oaliail. Sb. 4 1 4 4
4Mar ....! a a
Oriuar. .... 1 8
Total... . -aa i ti IT " Toul u 7 rf li l
New York 0 3 1 0 -a
pt. Louie 0 o
Home run: Wilson. Btolen bases: Do lan.
Doyle. Famed run: Bt. Loula; 1. Double
!: liralacra to atcraie, nuuer io
1 tiler to Hyatt Flrat baae on errors:
Kw York, 1. Bases on bails: Off
Mathewson, 3: off tiriner. 8. Btruck out;
By Urlner, L I'm pi res: lUgler and Hart
3 7 0
Carter and 1-evosrt
K H tl
1 13 0
City. George and
Alexander; Columbus, O'Tool and Cole
At Loulevtll R.H.B.
itii..,,li 8 11 1
Batteries- Milwaukee, Walker. Young
and Hughes; Louisville, Kill. Qoshorn,
Keynold, Northrop and Clauioos.
At lnOianamjlLa .
at v.ui . 41
li.dlanalaoll S 13
t . i.ri.. at f.ut Iirield and Glenn.
aiaiahall; adlanapoll, Willie, Mera and
Victoria. 3: Piokane. 1.
Vain. 3. Ta-oina. 0.
Ataerdueo. 3; Yaucoutar, I
OMAHA, KATL'KIUY, JUNK
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. I
Dea Molne.2 15 .6.44
Chicago ...28 1.frmi
Phlla. 26 20 .KA
rBooklyn ..23 .23 .511,
Boaton 2J 22 .600
Pittsburgh ..23 22 .509
Topeka ,...'M 17 .6X
Denver ....20 17 .Ml
Omaha ....22 10.7
Lincoln ....! 1 .6oo
ft. Joph. .17 23 .4.MI
Bt. IjOu1s....24 2f .490
Hlou Clty..l 24 . New York... 18 23 .439
Wichita 13 23 .343! Cincinnati -..18 i4 .M
AM EH. LEAGUE. FED. LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct.l , W.L.Pct.
Chicago ....31 18 .W3 Kan. Clty...28 .583
Detroit ....31 30 .60rl lPttsburgh ..26 10 .5M
Ronton 23 18 .Ml Newark ....25 21 .543
'.Waahlng'n .21 21 .6001 Bt. Loul....2 30 .635
New York...21 23 .477
Brooklyn ...26 23 .531
Cleveland ..20 26 .444
Bt. I.oul....1 2S .404
Chicago ....25 23 .521
Baltimore ..18 29 .43
Buffalo 17 82 .347
Pohlla. 17 30 .3t2
W.I .Pet. I WL Pct.
Norfolk ....14 0 .7001 Indianapolis ti ?8 840
York 13 ( .64' Itulsvllle ...3ft It Ml
Beatrice ....14 T .0W Kan. City... 2. 22 .532
Falrbury ...10 12 .4n Milwaukee .2K IT. .511
Hastings ... 13 ,tJ Bt Paul M 14 .49
Or. Island.. I 10 .4741 Cleveland ...21
I Columbus ..13 S .801
Minneapolis 17 24 X
Bt. Joseph, 1; Wichita, a
Dea Molnes-Topeka, wet grounds.
Bloux City, 0; Lincoln, 2.
Omaha, 7; Denver, 10.
' AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Cleveland, S; Philadelphia, 0.
Bt Louis, 6; Washington. L
Chicago, ; New York, 10.
Detroit. 8; Boston. 4.
Brooklyn, 0: Cincinnati. 1. Fifteen In
Philadelphia, 0; Chicago, 3.
Boston-Plttaburgh, wet grounds. I
New York, 3; Bt. Louis, 3.
Buffalo, I; Baltimore, 6.
Newark, 13; Brooklyn, 2.
Chicago, 4; Kansas City, 1.
Minneapolis, S; Cleveland, 6.
Kansas City, 7; Columbus. 0.
Milwaukee, S; Louisville, 8.
Bt Paul, 4; Indianapolis, 3.
. BTATB LEAGUE.
Norfolk,, 0; Hastings, 1.
Beatrice, 0; Grand Island, 4.
Falrbury, 4; York, 6.
Western League St Joseph at Wichita.
(Dea Moines at Topeka, Bloux City at
Lincoln, Omaha at Denver.
American League Chicago at Washing
ton, Detroit at Philadelphia, Bt. Loula
at New York. Cleveland at Boston.
National League Brooklyn at Cincin
nati. Philadelphia at Chicago, Boston at
Pittsburgh, New York at Bt. Loula
Federal League Buffalo at Baltimore.
Newark at Brooklyn, Chicago at Kansas
Htata League Norfolk at Hasting.
Falrbury at York, lieatrlce at Grand.
To Abide by New
FAIRBURY. Neb. June 1L fflpacUl
Telegram.) Alleging that Fairbury ha
been discriminated against tn lh up-
Vlementary schedule of the Btate league
owing to other teams having more Bun
day games, and the I'ounth of July
game be lug taken from this place to Nor
folk, meaning an axpenslve trip to thl
point, after having Just opened the sea
son tliere, and twelve game being1
grouped her commencing June SI, Dr.
H. E. Potter, secretary of the Falrbury
Base Ball association, ha filed a pro
teat with President M.le of Hasting.'
asserting that Falrbury would not abide
by the new schedule.
Thl decision wa reached after a meet
in: of th director of the Falrbury
Unless the schedule I changed, Falr
bury will ask for a return of forfeit
money and withdraw from the circuit
'game, as listed under the original sched-
, , having arranged for special attrao-
... , . . , . K
tlos and peclal trains. July 4 nd S.
i w-iribury had already apent approximately
II1.0U0 in antlcUavUon of a Fourth nf July
Falrbury acquired th Superior franchise
Ut winter and ha given warm upport
to It team.
Billy Madden, Old
Fight Manager, Mere
Billy Madden, for many year a man-
arer of prise fighters. Including th fa.
moua John U, Sullivan during nis cham
pionship career, dropped Into Omaha on
his way to the California expositions, to
sec Major William McCuna, an old friend
of Madden' many year ago. For
Quarter of a century Madden managed
fighter and waa known from on and of
th country to th other. He haa re
tired from th game for th last six
yean, living on a farm In th Oatsktll
IMVUliM as. -
Thlrty-flv year ago Madden and Mc
Cuna war together In Omaha. They
ataged a four-round mill over In Council
Bluffs to no decision and with no rater
to Judge. MoCuna admit to weighing 190
pounds at the time, while Madden
weighed but 130 pouuds. "And I Couldn't
touch LI in." sa McCuua.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
MX NEW qoWN
Seven Buns to Bad Does Not Dis
courage Donovans and Chi
TEN TO NINE IS THE SCO EE
NEW YORK, June 11. New Ttrk over
tame a soven-ron leau today and defo&tc.l
Chicago, after Manager Rowland started
lo put In his reserves; The score was
10 to 9. The Yankees won In the eighth
Inning on Moine s triple and Nunamakers'
The feature of 'he game wa CuldweU'a
home run, drlvlntj In two men ahead of
him and tying tho score In the sixth In
CHICA430. NBW YORK.
AB H O A E. AB.H. O A K
Palarh. ef... I
scook. rf 4
Uulnlan, rf.. I
Waaver, sa.. 4
BCDlllna, lb 4
Kournltr, lb. I
J CoUlna. rf. 4
Roth. If 4
H.lr. t 1
Rlarkbra. 3b 8
Mateel. lb... 4
ePIro. lb a
Hlah. rf 1
llartMll. If.. I
Ollooia. tb... 4
Sarnt-r. t... 8
I Athwart, e.. 8
. "aldwail .. 1
h ratlin. ..0
01 lah. p 8
0 War tow. . .. 1
Fa bar. .... 11
Totala M 13 M It 8 Tr.tn.li H 10 87 31
Batted for-Clcottw In the aeventh.
Batted for Sohwert In the seventh.
New York '.. 1000SSS1 10
Chicago 4 S 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-
Two-ibase hit Weaver. Three-base
hits: Maisel. Boone. Roth. Home runs:
4'n.ldwell. Peckennauch. Btolen bases:
Fournler. Klpp. li acKDurn tz. iionnie
play:- PecUenpaugh to RIPP to Malael.
ISoone to Peckenpaugh to Klpp, Koth to
H. Collins. High to Nunamaker. Baae on
crro: New York 1; Chicago, l. itaiei
on hall: Off Keatlnor, 3; off Fteb, 2;
eff Warhop, 1: off Faber, 4; off Kuasell.
1. Hits: Off Keating. in one ana one-
third innings: off Ilh, In four an two
thirda lnnlnra: off Warhop 1 in three
Innings; off .Faber, 8 In five and one
third Innings: off Clcotte. 1 in two-third
inning; off Russell, 1 la two Innings.
Struck out: By Pieh. 1; by Faber. 4:
hy Russell, 2. Umpires: O'Loughlln and
Bostoa Box Wla Agrala.
BOSTON, June 11. Detroit ent Daus
to pitch against Boston today for the
third time In the three-game series, but
the Red Box won again. 4 to 3, Triple by
Hoblltsel and Henrlksen figured In three
runs n-ored by Boston In the seventh.
Errors and passes had some part in the
making of each of Detroit's runs. Bcore:
AR H O A AB.H O A E.
Buah. a 4 1 Hanrlbta. ill 1 1 M
Vltt. lb 4
118 (Wasnar. Jo.. I I 1
4 IFpeakar. if . 4 1 8
4 1 tUawta. 11.... 4 8 1
IT dilohlllial, lb 4 1 8
Janvrtn. aa.. 881
114 Ol -u-duar lb., 101
It lTbomaa, jg... I 1484
18 0 Flatter. .... 888
Cobb, cf I
Crawror. rf I
Vaarb. If. . t
Karens', lh. 4
Youus. 8b... 8
t'cKee. ci... I
Pauaa. v.... 1
Macohsoa .. 1
21 17 II 4
Total IM I 1
Batted for Dauaa In ninth.
Detroit 0 10 0 10 1
Boaton 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0
Three-ban hits: Hoblltsel. Henrlksen,
Veach. Btolen base: Wagner. Double
plays: Thomaa to Hoblltsel, wagner to
Janvrln, baae on errora: Detroit 3.
Baaea on balls'. Off Dauaa 3: off Foster.
7. Btruck out: By Dauaa. 1: by Foster,
Umpire: bvana and waiiace.
Brairai Bib tVeaators.
WARHINnTON June 11. St Loul hit
Gallia, hard In three Inning today and
broke Washington' winning streak by
taking th last game of the series, 6 to 1.
Jamra held Wanhtoirton to five scattered
hlla, two of which were scratches. Pratt
accepted fourteen fielding cnanoes wun-
out an error. Bcore:
ST. LOl'19. WAIHINOTON.
AB.H. O A . AB.H O A K.
Pbottoa. If.. 4 1 8 lHoallar. rf.l I
Howard, lb.. 4 1
Fran. b...'. 4 1 M
1 Foetrr, lb... 4
4 tBhauLs. If... 4
1 kaliaa. ct.... 4
lllaa III lb... 8
1 tMorCK. ita.. I
8 lHaurr. C...I
tMclinoa. a. 8
4 OUallla. t,.... 8
C Walker, et 4 3
Wialah. rf... 4 1
bai-y. Jb ... 4 1 t
lAvun. ...! 8 8
HaTerotd. .. 4 8 8
Tuui at i at 14 a Tout ....87 at u a
St. laouls 0 1 0 0 0 3 3-6
Wellington 0 0 o o 1 o o i
Twe-base hlta: Pratt Shanks. Lavan.
Thrae-baaa hits: Uvtn, bhollon. Stolen
rase: Walsh, trouble playa: lavan io
Pratt to Leary (2). Base on balls: Off
J a me 3: off Gallia. L Base on error:
Washington. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
Jainea (Gaudl!). Btruck out: By James,
bvMaliia. ft. wild pitnn: uauia. em
pires: Chili and Connolly.
Dark! Draw Blaak.
T-TitlADS-LPHIA. June 11. Morton had
the home team at hi mercy today and
Cleveland won. 3 to 0. He held Philadel
phia down to two nils ana waa given
hriilta.nl umaort. Morton two-bagger
ent tn Cleveland's two runs In th sec
ond inning. Bouthworth. who Joined th
visitors yesterday, naving ueen sreuraa
from the Cleveland team of the American
Aaawavlatlon. mad th greatest running
cne-annd catch of the soasoa her. The
play robbed 8 trunk of a home run. Score:
CLCYELJtND. rH!UAKl J-HIA.
AUH.OA AB H O A .
Boutkwth. cl 14 Mrk'. rf .. 4 1 1
Tarnar. lb.. I
rtiapmaa, a 8
Wuo. Ik ... 4
Oraaar. rf. .. 8
Smlik U.... 8
W mbacna. Sb I
O-Kelll. a... I
Mortaa. a-.. 4
1 a 1 Harry. aa ... a a I
11 aUk. If... 4 4
I 11 1 btclaala. lb. 8 1 14
II artinaak. cf... 8 1
a Lap. a a
4 4!, hana. e. .. 1
I lalaltaM. 3b.. 4
ita Kor. ib a i 4
Hiwanlar. a.. I 1 4 1
JJ IT U ruab.
laaila ..... 1
Totals ar a n m a
Ran for I-app In eighth.
Batted for Ureasler in eighth.
Cleveland 0 I 1 I M J
Two-base hit: Morion. Btolen baaea
Turr l hauinsn. kicliinla. Kainaeid runs
Cleveland, 3. l'oublo plays: W ambsftanaa
to Turrr to wood tS.i. Base on rrora;
Clsveland. 1 Bases on ballta: Off Morton,
: off Brassier, a Hit: Off Brnsaler,
in eight innings; oft Bush, none in one
iiinlnn Blrui k out: Bv Morton. 8; by
brraalvr, 1. l uiplra; alllu aud Diuooa.
PAbMMM im rM GOLF
Clean Up All Business During Morn
ing Session and Quickly Hike
to- Country Club.
DENY BEQUESTS FOB BATES
Member of the Western Passenger as
sociation yesterday hurried through
with their business and at 11 o'clock ad
journed to the Country club, where they
ate lunch and then donning their togs
went out onto the golf links. They spent
the afternoon on the green and this
evening leave for their respective home.
During tne two day' session of the
Western Passenger association numerous
matters pertaining to the passenger end
of the railroad business were threshed
over, but most of the problem were re
ferred for action at the leext quarterly
meeting to be held In Chicago.
The request for reduced rates to the
next national encampment of the; Grand
Army of the Republics was denied, were
all other application for lower rates.
However, the Grand Army of the Republic
matter may receive further consideration
from the tourist committee.
There was an application for reduced
rate to delegate attending tho
Farmer' National congress, to be held
In Omaha, but it was placed on file, the
contention being that most of the dele
gates will come from states In which
the 3-cent per mile rat Is in effect.
The dog question came up on a propo
sition to crate dogs shipped in baggage
car, but It waa turned down and in the
future dogs for shipment will be handled
the same a now.
Conform to Lavr.
By a unanimous vote it was decided
that all railroad of the avsoclatloa would
conform to the provisions of the Cum
min law In the checking and handling
I of baggage.
It was decided to stand by the rule al
ready adopted In handling alien from
Canada, this rule being in conformity
with the laws of the United State to a
great extent. Parties coming from
Canada must have money sufficient to
pay fare to desinatlon, else they will
have to walk. Tickets for pauper aliens
and purchased by the authorities of the
province will not be accepted on this
side of the line.
Miss Bjurstedt and
Mrs. Wightman Win
PHILADELPHIA, June U.-Mtss Molla
Bjurstedt of Norway and Mrs. . George
Wightman of Boston will meet tomorrow
In the final match for the woman' na
tional singles tennis championship of th
' That lineup wa decided today when
Miss Bjurstedt 'defeated Mis Martha
Guthrie of Pittsburgh. 3-. t-t. -3, In one
neml-flnal match, while Mrs. Wightman
was winning the other from Mis Elixa
W. Fox of Philadelphia, 6-L 6-i. .
AUTO RACES AT STATE
FAIR WILL BE SPEEDY
LINCOLN. June v 11. (Speclal)-The
automobile rare program at the state
falri arousing keen interest among the
auto fan of the state. De Uoyd Thomp
son and Barney Old field wilt race eash
day. This will be a thrilling aeroplane
auto contest, with the wizard of the air
contesting with the race track speed king
in a 300-horse power car. v
For the automobile races on September
10 and 11 some of tha leading racer of
th country have filed entrlea.
At Ban Franclaco . It. H E.
Pan Francisco l
Batterlea Baum and Block; Oakland.
Prulett, Martlnonl and Jtunn.
At Loa Angcree ri.ri.c.
a Angeles J
u-iia.ri.ai Ia Angeu. Hughoa and
Boles: Venic. Chech and Mltse.
Salt Lak Ctty J
Portland 1 7 1
lotteries: Bait Lake City. C Williams
snd Meeks; Portland, Hlgglnbotham and
i - - if.-.- ! i-m: -'Ji
-. ssati I a. usi a 0f
HAT tOO HWt
WHALES STOP THE
Kansas City's Winning Streak
Broken When Chicago Wins
by Four to One.
BALLY IN THE NINTH COUNTS
KANSAS CITY, Mo., June ll.-Chlcago
broke Kansas City' winning streak hero
today, taking th game, 4 to 1. A bat
ting rally in the ninti with hits by Zwill
Ing, Tinker and Wilson, gave the game to
the visitors. Bcore: R.H.E.
Chicago 000000004-4 0
Kansas City 00001000 0-1 0
Batterlea: Chicago, Brown, McConnell
and Wilson; Kansas City, Johnson and
Newark Beat Tips.
BROOKLYN, June 11. Newark branched
nine hits off Beaton In the sixth ami
seventh Innings today, scoring five rut
in each and winning from Brooklyn, 1
tn 2. Flnneraa pltchod the lat two In
nings and allowed one Mt. Falkenberg
waa hit freely, but kept the hlta scat
tered except in the second. Bcore:
R H E
Newark 10 0 016 6 0 013 15 il
Brooklyn 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 2 10 3
Batteries: Newark, Falkerrtierjr and
Rarlden, Texter; Brooklyn, Beaton, Fin- -neran
Blues Lose to Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, Md., June 11. Baltimore
came from behind in today' game and
won from Buffalo, 5 to 2. Anderson
pitched well up to the eighth, when he
waa relieved by Krapp. Qulnn pitched
consistently throughout A horn run by
Duncan over the fence, featured. Hrore:
Buffalo 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-3 10 8
'Baltimore 00000104 6 1 0
Batteries: Buffalo, A derson. Krapp
snd Blair; Baltimore, Qulnn and Jack
lltsch. DE PALM A WILL NOT
START IN CHICAGO RACE
CHICAGO. June 1L Ralph De palma.
winner of the recent KO-mlle race at In
dianapolis, will not start in the 600-mile
event to be held here on June 19, it was
announced today. De Palma was unable
to have the necessary repairs made to his
machine, which was damaged In the
Clears Skin Stops
All Blocd Troubles
Goes Right Down to When
the Germs Start
Th action of 8. B. S, th famoua bloo4
purifier, 1 notabl In th kin. It 1 bul
natural that blood Impurltle (boulij
eek an outlet Water, gaa, oil an4
nearly all the active product of natur
eek the surface. It seema to b a oo
mlo law. Even our thought will una
dertak to find expression. And so whata
ever we take into our system will event
tually com out changed In form. con.
verted often Into aome other subatanca
but constituting always either wast'
or that which baa served It useful pur.
pose and must be eliminated. And tht
skin Is the principal avenue for eecspa
of certain acid or polsona If th klq
and blood be healthy, these waste paa
oft a vapor or perspiration. But Inn
pure blood loads ths skin with eczema
pimples, acne, rheumatism, rash, fsvei
blisters, blood rising and other erup
tiona And 8. 8. 8. has been found th
very beat, safest and most effectlvf
remedy to purify tb blood and thu r
tor th akin to clear and attractive,
health. Get a bottle today of any drug
gist but b emphatic. Do not allow any
one to hand vou a aubetltute. Wrappad
around th bottle i an Interesting clr
eular that tell you how to obtain skill,
ful advic free on any subject concern
Ing th blood.
8. a a 1 prepared ony by Th Swift
B pacific Co., 118 Swift Bid;., Atlanta,
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