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THH HEK: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY It;, 1911).
BRUCK IS LICKED
IN FIRST COMBAT
Misjudged Fly by Krmj and. Wild
Pitch Give Wichita Run. Which
. Are Enough to Cop Fray,
EOrBKELETS FAIL TO HIT
Failure to iwat the offerings of one
ilalarkey, an ancient gent from the
slopes of the Pacific, with the neces
sary frequency, a misjudged fly by
Marry Krng and a hectic heave by
Fred Brink, combined to prove the
undoing of Pa Kourkc's de luxe ath
letes yesterday. As a remit of
the above-mentioned shortcoming
Omaha dropped the combat to Wich
ita, 2 to I. -
A hundred fans and fanetles turned
out yesterday to lamp the fray de
spite thee hilly breeirs and threaten
ing; sprinkles. Highly-tinted report!
of the sanguinary ferocity of the
Wolves and their proprtiBitirs to bat
tle the umpires had preceded Jack
son's crew into Omaha and the bugs
didn't want to miss any of the ex
citement. Bugs Disappointed.
But the bugs were doomed to dis
appointment. The Wolves were a
most peaceful and tranquil outfit yes
terday, and even Jimmy Jackson
failed to speak above a whisper. The
only sound that arose from the visit
inn dugout occurred when Roaring;
Jdlt Kappa inadvertently sneezed,
and he apologized profusely when
Umps Mullen cast glowering glances
in bis direction..
Fred Hruck, who cameto Omaha
"with Marty OToole, made his debut
jnd hurled a pretty good game.
Freddy lugs a lot of speed, a nicely
breaking curve and possesses that ex
emplary tribute of shooting the first
ball over the rubber.
' That Frederick lost his first fray Is
no discredit to him; his mates didn't
;et the world on fire behind him. The
Wolves, started strong in, the first
round. And as Malar key was in no
.mood to permit any promiscuous
.scoring they finished strong, too.
J Marty Commits Faux Paua.
JJj Bill Fox opened hostilities by
swatting a safe knock to center. To-
'.1in sacrificed and lletling flew out.
l.itachi lifted a, long fly to center.
.Jvlarty Krug became temporarily be
wildered, mlaudged the fly j com
pletely and the ball dropped safe for
two bases while Fox galloped home.
After Jackson struck out and tried
to kill somebody by throwing his
hat in the second stanza, Koaring Kill
-Kapps caught a M'alk. Roaring Hill
I wii a great moorher yesterday; he!
-not three of the four passes Hruck is-
NMied yesterday. Dully Ciray reefed
.'4 double down the first base line.
While Itruik was preparing to whiff
Malarkey he "uncoupled a wild chuck
which hit the plate on the edge and
bounced to the grandstand. Koaring
Cull lumbered over iheruhbrr for the
That ended it for the Wolves, a
Hruck hurled airtight ball the reit of
the g,mr. I
Rally Falls Short.
The Rouikcs tried to Mage a rally
in the ninth, but it wa to no avail.
I rme Kruegrr opened the flame
wub wall a lwo-b(rger to center.
I'urg ilrw out t Jackson, but Kiausc
v as on l iitihi'n nror and Knie
vtr went la thud. Maishall, hitting
b-r Hruck, r.'llnl s gioiiuder at
l,nr!it, I'M wfiivh Friiir iniinted.
Jcl imy CruM sufirred an UKiaci
lated iIk'I in the fi-nrth wbtu he t
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(de l to 1 1 "k the k tMMt oiit, t.iit
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Standing of Teams
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WmtliliiKn 11 9 -Mi
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Mlnnpolls 12 I
Inrllaiiuplls 12 0
Tolfflo 10 10
Ht. Paul... 9 10
Kn. I lly.. I 14
Jilllwaukco t 13
Ienvr-I H's Moines, rain.
HI. Jocph Hlniix City, wet grouii1.
Trifled. 3; Llnr-oln, 4,
VVf.hlta. 2; Oitmlia, I.
NATH INAI, I.KAGt'K.
Ilronklvn. 4, HI. Iiuli, 2.
N'W Viirk J; OiIi-hho, 2.
I')illailnlihla, 7; Cliiclnnutl, 4.
JinSioii, 7; I'ltUhiiiKri, H.
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rxitrolf. 6; Wnahmaton, . '
Ht. Itiia, 4: I'tillndf Itihla. 5.
'Uvlani1, B; NrW York, 4.
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AMKKK'AN AHHi M I ATION.
InniiinnixillK, D; Kanans City, 0.
Loulavllle, 2; Mllwaukoe, 4.
Weatern Isaun fienver at ties Molnea,
Ht. Joreili Ht Wnus fity, Topeka at Lin
coln. WlohltH. at Oinnha.
NatlrmHl I.MK'"'-Urnoklyn at Pt. I.oula,
New York at Chl.uKo, f 'hllailalphla at
( Inilnniill, Knston t I'll tti rnK.
American t.eiaiie I letrolt at Waahlnx
tm, Ft. 1mls at rhllailftlphU, Cleveland
st New York, Chleayo at ltoslnn.
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Kruraer. Ha.-rlfli'e htte: T"tn Mil Iwrkey.
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I. Wichita. Si littiaha. . Time. 1 Op.
I'tiiptraa; Mullen and Andrewa.
Guilty of Murder
Santa Fe, N. M., May 15 Gov
ernor McPotiahl today granted a
twenty-one-djy reprieve to the seven
Villista bandits now in the peniten
tiary here and sentenced to hang at
Iteming May l' for first degree
murder (or their part m the raid on
1 be reprieve is to enable the gov
rruor to inveti4tethorouiiihly the
c ireuntstattt es of their conviction, as
refUfUrd hv I'resideiil Wilson lit
the event there is mi further action
by the governor the men v. ill htig
1 ' i iil y, June 1
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LINKS AT TOP OF LEAGUE
Battle with Topeka for Firit Place
in League on a Muddy
THE SCORE IS FOUR TO THREE
LINCOLN, May lo.-Wlth first place
In the lea (tue rnre at stake, Lincoln and
Topeka today hat tier on a muddy dia
mond and with a temperature low enough
for overroats. Lincoln won by a score
of 4 to 3. Hcora:
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Tot nls .
37 I 12 24 14 3
ah. it. ir. o. a. k.
Carlisle, If 4 0 1 4 0 0
Him hinan, 2h 4 0 1 0 0
Thninaaiin, if 3 0 110 0
t.otier, rf 4 0 0 t 0 0
Htevenson, ea 1 1 0 0 2 0
Williams, lti 4 1 2 13 0 0
Morse. 3b 1112 2 0
Johnson, c ,. 4 12 7 11
Italia, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 32 4 S 27 U 1
r.lii'olti 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 I
Topeka t 0 0 0 0 0 t t 0-3
Two-bus hits: Krueanr C2l, Tyrleman.
Stolen Imae: Hchweltaer. Baerlflee hits:
Thoinason, Morse, Halls, Corhrsn, Lat
tlinora, Hinnk out: Tty ItallH, 7; by I.sm
he ,, 2. Hhhh on hlls: Off Lambeth, 1.
W" 1 pitch: Minheih. Left on bass: Lin
coln, H; Topeka, . Time: 1:36. Umpires:
Anderson snd J'nntlus.
RITCHIE MITCHELL MATCHED
Milwaukee( Wis., May IS. Charlie
White of Chicago and Ritchie Mitch
ell of Milwaukee, lightweights, to
day were matched to nox ten rounds
here on May 29, the weight to be
13S pounds at 5 o'clock. A previous
contest between them was called off
because Mitchell was suffering from
On Suez Canal and
Egypt Not Feared
(Correspondence of the Associated frees.)
CAIRO, Kfypt. May ..-Serious Turkish
sttaeks on the Sues canal In Egypt, with
the coming of the hot weather and the
drying up of many of the desert water
holes, ere now asld to be only a re
mote possibility, though sharp rslrts may,
it Is thought by the silled military au
thorities. Im attempted by the Ottoman
Turkish troops are still en the 81na
peninsula, an arid tract of Egyptian
terrltoiy lying between the Sues canal
and the nominal boundary "f Turkey In
Ails, el retching ucross from Unfa on
the Mediterranean to Akaha on the gulf
of the same name forming an erm of the
rteil Hes. They me, however, the oV
Jert of reieaied observation on the part
of the allied airmen, and teconnoltertng
pnrtlea have kept In touch with them
snd made themselves fully artjualnteil
with their dlcpoeltloiia. Onlv recently
the oeeiipatlon by allied tronpa of Jif
Jnffa, about slily milea t, the enat of
the flues i anal, placed an obatscle In
hat would have to tie th main line of
a Tiiiklah advance towards the canal,
Thia runs from I I Amlja to !mallla.
Two other practicable mules lead from
the TntMnh K..tleii ncrsa the tleaert
aamla t.iaar.ta Ksvnt proper. The flrnt
tuna alinini parallel (ih (he Mertiier
ranean eoaat line (run llaf through fl
Arlah and KaUt In K Kentara, hi, I amue
lime asit the halni ipatrtct with Its wlr
antipiv came lnt the aHlea" w,iia.in
s1 rnii Inie.t rtiffiiMilt any atfempi .y the
Fi.ika lo fiuca their mf slung to the
.anal banks and Vrt ait
't'he a.''.n, femaintue linp ef jwil!rt
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REDS' ERRORS GIVE
Moran'i Men Win Battle by the
Score of Seven to
CRAVATH ETS THREE HITS
Cincinnati, May IS, Cincinnati's
errors were costly and Philadelphia
won today's game here, 7 to 4. J'he
visitors had three errors, two wild
pitches and two passed balls, which
were responsible tor three of the lo
cals' runs. Only one earned run was
made off each Toney and Kixey.
Cravath got three hits and was hit by
a pitched ball in four times up. Score:
Pan'ft, aa i 0 1 4 I'lrnh, ah.. a 1 0 0 0
N horr, 2 li.4 1 1 1 ONaale, i f ,5 17 0 1
Mlurk. Hi. I III llllnrziig, aa .5 1 0 1
Cra' IM, rf. I I 0 0 rhn, lb. 4 1 11 1 0
linod, rf . l 0 10 fl(J ffllh, rf II 1 1 0 0
Whlt'd. If 4 12 0 OWK'far, If 12 10
I' kert, cf. J t 2 I iiLo'ilim, 2b 4 I 4 0
l.uil'ua. llil 1 1 H'larke, e..l 1 a 0 t
W.K'fer. 0 4 l S 0 (ITouay, p.,0 0 0 0 0
Hlaey, p .. 4 0 1 1 OK liar, p. 1 10 0 0
Li'aroa, p.,0 0 0 0 OM'iMey, p i 4 0 0 0
a Moll'ta ..1 0 0 0 0
Totals. -17 10 27 11 2
Totala U 127 14 4
Hullli ... S 0 0 0
Batted for Tnney In third.
Balled fop Knmzer In aluth.
Phliadeluhia.: OlSOOOOt 0 7
Cincinnati ,,; 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 4
Threa-baae hit: Oroh Stolen baaea:
Orlfflih, Wade, Kllllfer. Double ply:
Hargftg tn Louden tu t liaae, Paakert to
Bancroft to William Kllllfer. Klrat on
arrora: PhllaOalphla, 1; Cincinnati. 2.
Haaaa on ba4la: off Hiay, i, off Knatier,
1: off Moaaley, 1. 1 1 1 1 a and earned run;
fiff Hliey, s hlia. I run In eight and en
Ihlrd Innlnga; off Iiemaree. no hi tn, no rum
In one and Iwo-ihlrdi Innlnga; off Tuney, i
hlia, 1 run In three innlnga, off Knmxar,
1 lilt, no runa In three Innlnga: off Monolej,
4 hlia, no ruia in three Innlnga. lilt by
pttoned -ball: By Toney, Cravath; by fllaey,
Wade Kllllfar twlce). Hlruck out: By
Hiaey, 4; hy Knetai-r. 1; by Moaoley 1
t'mplrea: yulgl.y and flvrnn.
i "t Loiila. Wo., Slny 1o.a fraak houn
nnr In the eleventh Inrtlng today aava
flrooklyn a 4 to 2 vlntory over Ht, Lnula.
With three on liaaea and two out, Moarry
grounded down the ffrat ba Una, but Juat
aa Miller waa about to grab tha ball. It
hounded over hia head, .iyera and iJaubort
BROOKLYN ST. I.OPIH
Myara. ef. 1 I 0 O.T 8 th, rf.6 0 6 0 0
Dau't, lb 4 tlO 0 OBet'l, 2b 6 14 10
Stan l, rf 4 0 ft 0 OBeac'r, If t 0 1 1 0
Whe't. If 4 1 I 0 Ollor'y. t 4 A 0 2 0
Mo'ry, b JO) 1J Mil., lb 4 011 1 0
Cu w, 2b I t 1 owil'n. rf 4 0 2 0 0
O'M'a, aa 4 1 2 I Ot'or'n. aa t 12 7 0
O. Mil, .c2 0 1 ISntd r. cl 1 t 1 0
Johni'n I 0 fl 0 Odona'a, e.l 0 I A S
SS'lth. pi 2 0 1 OMeada, pS 0 1 1 0
Oatg ,.0000 OAnu-a. p.,0 0 0 0 0
Chan'y, pi I I I 0'Hutler .110 0 0
Totala. 11 13 It J Totala.. i74 33 T0
Battled for t. Miller In eighth.
Batted for Amea In eleventh,
Ran for B. Smith In eighth.
Brooklyn 0 1 0 0 0 S 0 0 1 0 24
Ht Louis ...OOS0030000 tl J
Two-baee hit; Cutuhaw. Threa-haaa hlta:
Wheat, Cutahaw Rtnlen baae: Itauhert
Haerlflre hit: Hlangel, lioubla playa Oorhan
to Hnyder, Betael tn .1 Miller, Haaea on
balla. Off Cheney. 3, off Meadowa, 1; off
A inn. 1. liila and earned runa: t iff H.
rmlth. 2 hlia 1 run In eevn inning; off
Meailowg, hlia 1 run In eight Inning,
tnone nut In ninth): off Cheney, 1 hit no
runa in four Innlnga, off Amea, a htta i
runa In three innlnga Struck out: ty Kmith.
J: hy Meartnwa. a, by Aniea. 2, Inu.lrea:
Klem and Kmalle.
German Cities Have
"God-Father System" j
lOprrespondence of The Associated Press )
LKirziil, tiermany. Hay .-Ttie "god
father eatem," which has already been
tried nut successfully In Ireai1en, la to
be adopted In Lelpslg. Under this sys
tem god fathers are to be found fur se. ;
rrl hundred children bottl durlpg the
ar and left fntlierleea cr niothrrleaa as
a reauli ,.f the atr.iggie The giwl futhria
mut surra In tiling- to a,lia.riti
pfi-nnlga a week f.r a Period nf frmn tin
In fnutieiri )ear, hi. Ii hl g., tnaaid
ii rearliifc and edumtiiin rf Ilia uri f,r -I'inAie.
t'l'iMren, The thlKlirn will t
i 'i..ei perannallv r.y the would be g il
Imhrfe, but tlm Uiti-r i l a il-in tut
tn p.i tit her vtlisU"n than ttie pa;nn,t
of tt,e email a un a r w.v a :
ITCHING ECEZMA ISA
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WELL, - I I
JEt ITS J
ACOUT TIME! J
World Will Soon
Know if Steelier
That the wrestling world will by June
1 know whether Joe fltecher and Frank
Gotch will ever meet In the square ring,
is an assertion ventured by Jo Btecher,
who passed through Omaha yesterdsjr
on his wsy from Loulsvllls, where he
dnfeated Yousiff Hussane last Friday, to
his home at Dodge.
The Iowan has promised Btecher h will
let him know by June 1 whether he can
get Into condition to tackle the Ne
braska lad In a tilt for the world'a title,
Gotch declares he will not encounter
Hte.cher unless he Is sure he can get Into
condition, and he believes he will know
by June 1 whether or, not h will be
able to train down.
Btecher will take It easy for a few
weeks before going Into training for his
bout with Strangler Lewis In Omaha,
July 4. He has only one bout with Leo
Pardello, May JJ-befora tha aerap with
Rourke Farms Brown
Out to Clinton Club
Jim Brown, the Winnebago Indian, who,
Pa Itourke asserts, shows great promise
of becoming a big league hurler, was yes
terday farmed out to the Clinton club of
the Central association. Brown left to
Join the Clinton club last night.
Hrown has a world of stuff. Including
speed, curves and control, and even a
spltter and knuckle ball. He la too green,
however, for the Western, and Pa had
to let him out. Bourke believes Brown
will be a winner In the Central associa
tion and can pick up the fine points of
the game there. Omaha retains a string
on the youngster, ss Rourke believes he
will be a world-beater in a yesr or so,
Siam to Abolish
(Correspondence of The Associated Press.)
HONGKONCl. Mty l.-8lam has de
cided to abolish gambling entirely. At a
recent meeting of the Slamege cabinet at
Phrapatoom, King VaJIruwudh person
ally suggested this action, which la ren
dered possible by tha fact that the
flnmese finances for the yresent fiscal
year show a large balance over the esti
mates. Licensed gambling houses will
he allowed to continue for one year, but
will he closed permanently at that time.
FORDS are safe for women to
drive if equipped with a Worm Steer
ing Gear, Standard Foundry Co., 606
South 14th St. Put them on for $12.
When all other ways fail, try a Bee
POSTPONED UNTIL WEDNESDAY
Invitation to the Public
The honor of the presence of yourself and friends is requested
at the dedicatory ceremonies and entertainment
incident to the comer stone laying of
Wednesday Afternoon, May 17th
Nineteen Hundred and Sixteen
Commencing at S o' Clock
There will be music, and, for those who wh, dancing
Guests coming by automobile will find the most advantageous
way to be via the West "Q" road. Trolley cars on
the McKinley system will leave on half
hourly schedule, going south from
Sixteenth and Farnam streets
Prominent Speakers Will lk on the Program
The Rialto Company
aS K. Schaejer, Pres.
Bee by George McManus
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NEW YORK AGAIN
Cleveland Makes It Two Straight
from Yanki by Routing
CALDWELL EXILED FROM FIELD
New York, May IS. Cleveland
made it two straight from New York
heretoday, winning 6 to 4, Cliff Mar
kle was knocked out of the box in
three innings and lost his first game
since he came to the New York club
last September. He had won five
straight, two last year and three this
year. New York hit Morton in every
inning, but not effectively.
Caldwell was ordered off the field
in the seventh inning. Maiscl injured
his right shoulder in fielding Gran
ey's home run in the sixth and was
forced to retire. Scorer
CLEVELAND, NEW YORK,
An il O A.E. AH H.O.A K.
Orany, If b 2 0 0 OmUi'ly. rf.4 12 0 0
Turn., 3b 2 1 3 3 lllil". If 4 0 2 0 0
Hp'kr. cf I 3 i 0 OMalaal, rf 2 110 0
Nmlih. rf.l 1 0 0 OHIgh rf..2 0 2 0 0
Hot h. rf...l 0 0 0 OHaker, ait. & 12 2 0
Handl, IK.4 0 13 0 oo.d on, 2.. J 2 0 .1 1
Howrd, 2..I 1 110 OPIpp. lb.,i 0 12 0 0
W'hf's. a 5 1 3 1 IPklnpa, 42110
O'Nalll e.l 0 a 0 lN'nkar, cl 2 S I 0
Mortn, p.. 4 0 0 2 OMarkle. p.O 0 0 1 0
Bagby. p .O 0 0 0 OCaldw'l, p.3 0 fl S 0
Love, p...l 0 0 0 0
Totals.. ii I 37 1 2
Cleveland . . 2000
Cleveland i 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0
New oVrk .. 0 0 10 10 11 04
Two-base his: Ttaker, Nunamaker,
Three-bane hit: mith Kit mo.e runa: Ba
ker, tjraney, Stolen baaea: Baker, Oed
eon, Howard, (landll. Klrat baaa on er
ror: Cleveland, ). Haaea on balla: Off
Markle 2; off Caldwell, J, off Love, 1 : off
Morton, 4; off Hagby. 2. llita and earned
runa: Off Markl". 4 hUa. 4 runa. In three
Innlnsa; off Caldwell. 2 hlta and 3 runa In
four innlnga; off Love. 0 In two; off Mor
ton, U and 4 In aevan and ona-thlrd; off
Baghy, 0 In one and two-thlrda. Hit by
plti-her: Kpaaker by Caldwell. Struck out:
ky Caldwell. 2; by Love, 2; hy Morton, 4.
Umpires: I'lneen and Nallln.
Sugar Cards Being
Issued in Greece
(Correspondence of The Associated Press. )
ATHENS, Greece, May 8. The govern
mentsl committee which hss Just been
formed for the purpose of securing and
distributing necessities of life has, aa Its
first act, sent a steamer to New York to
obtain petroleum which, at the moment,
la one of the things In greatest demsnd
In Greece. The grain and flour dealers of
tha Plreus have petitioned the committee
to take similar steps to obtain wheat from
the United States.
The scarcity of sugar has become so
serious that the committee Is distributing
It only on the presentation of sugar cards.
Thus far the cards have been issued only
to families, snd the confectioners and
cafe proprletora are complaining bitterly.
In many towns and cltlea there Is aban.
Intely no sugar to be had, which is par
ticularly hard on the Greeks, whose prin
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n -s i ii ill i
cipal amusement Is sitting In front of a
csfe half the night drinking coffee. In
which sugar Is a principal Ingredient.
Another Item In the list of scare's arti
cles is sulphate of copper, which the vine
growers need for spraying their vines,
and which can no longer be obtained from
England because of Its use there in the
manufacture of munitions. The vine
growers have succeeded In placing a
large order In the United States, but tha
price has gone up threefold, and In many
distrlcta the vlneyarda are suffering be
cause the proprietors have been unable
to obtain tt at any price.
When alt other ways fall, try a Bes
Quantity of Wheat
In Storage Here
While the quantity of wheat tn storage
In Omaha elevatora keeps on Increasing
from week to week, other grain stocks
Just about hold their own, or show a
decrease from week to week, owing to
the Strong outside demand. Wheat, It Is
asserted. Is being held for higher prices.
At this time the excess over the cor
responding date of one year ago is 1,121,-
000 bushels, the largest. In the history
of the market. Stocks on hand now and
one year ago, In bushels are:
Now Tesr Ago.
Wheat l.H.OOO . Ji7,ono
Corn 718.000 1.376.010
Total !,K,0O0 2,flor.,0H0
Total decrease In all kinds of grain,
The Omaha grain market, with fair
receipts for a Monday, was practically
unchanged from Saturday.
One hundred and nineteen cars of
wheat came In and tt sold at $191.12
per bushel. There was fifty-eight car
loads of corn selling at SMjViOVi cents,
and thirteen cars of oats, selling at 41
KrciU cents per bushel.
Style, in two heights
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