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TT 1 l VELL- I'LL JUST j III TlPI I X'VHADDA jTRf f NO" I WON'T T MR. 1 1 f f 'D
LLMEJNAi O I VOU WANT? TO COME TO THE IETTE ST AX IN - 1
STRAIGHT FORWARD PHONE - NO HE CAN'T J DON'T THINK" YlL
I VAT I'hKOlN'TO ' J LvJ COMEOOTlLj BE MUCH OF A r-
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OMAHA HOLDS LEAD,
BY STAYING IDLE
Fain Puts Kibosh on Fray With
Wichita While Denver Wallop
the Lowly Links.
MAKE QUICK START FOR DENVER
Wichita, Kan., June 5. (Special
Telfgrm.) Ordinarily a baf ball
magnate gnash his teeth in agony
when a weather man puts the kibosh
on a combat. But I'a Rourke didn't
display any symptom of violent tem
per today when a Hidden rain taused
the postponement of the game here
today. On the contrary, Pa grinned
For by remaining idle the FourVrs
slid into first place again today. The
lowly Links from Lincoln were lam
bajted all over the Jot by the Hears,
with the result that Holmes' rrew
skidded down a notch and Omaha is
half a game ahead in the pennant rare.
And also the. Kourkes were enabled
to make an early hike out of Wichita
this afternoon. The Rourke are
tarded to open a series in Denver to
morrow afternoon and the journey
entails a couple of hair-line train con
nection ana also the charter of a
special electric car on an interurban
line running to the Santa l e main
line. Ta didn't have to charter the
special car rior did his athletes have
to do ny even time sprinting in order
to make their get-a-way.
The Denver-Lincoln fray was the
only one staged in the Western Irague
yesterday, all other being postponed
on account of rain.
riEVEii vt.rr.A-tn i.im-oi.k rr.sM.
Hear rWur fifteen HHe Off (iregnrr ami
ttenver, Colo , June S.- rienvar eerure1
fifteen hit off Cirainry toitar anil defeated
Lincoln. 12 tn b It; er a honiu run ami
Merjer triple, nd double ere fr-eturr
AH, n II O A B.
Carlisle. Yf .
Mlm-linin, J I'
Williams, lb .
l.ober, rf ...
Knhrcr, c. ...
1'unn, lb ....
Uretry. p. ..
Johnson, p. .
Miller, rf S
Oakee. rf. S
ehlelds, lb 3
Hheelak, c 4
Reed. 3b 4
Pteraer, p. ,. 4
Haltad for Punn In rilnth
Rnl out, hit l baitnd tall
Lincoln ., 0 ft ft 0 S ft 2 ft
Danvr 4 0 5 S 1 J U
farrlflca fly; Carllali. Two-baaa hl
Kf)rlir. Putrhar, hiimh, St'rifi Tbra.
baa hlta. hH'har, Orfry. Maraer limit
run; Oyr Hoaaa nit tialla C'ff tlrrv, I,
otf tuarsar. 2 KtrurK out; iy tirt v, J.
by Htarar. Hit b pltrhad ball fmim t?
I'oul.la piaya Kallrhrr to Dhiaidi. Smtih t"
Wllliama Tlma. J O. I tnpira. Miillni.
Howell. Neb . June 3 - tSprn.il. 1
Howell opened ihe scasmi on the
home grounds bv lffcatui Wet
Point 13 to 0, before croil of .H)
fans "Fat" 7radil mowed bn the
West Point boys s f4l a they s"t
tip to bai He allowed but nof n tUt b
hit in the first of the etliih inning
and Struvk tun le ntv f.mr, ubtle tir
Howell b' fiStprrtil fouilrvu till
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Standing of Teams
WEST l.K.Airr.. 'NATIONAL Lf.AOt K,
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Lincoln .,,8117 UJ New York
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20 14 .IKS ' Inrlnnnll
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IS 21 417HI Lniiln,,
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1 21 4S2Tl1o IS 2ft 44(
IS 26 .411 Ht I'a ill . . IS JJ 40ft
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Orhar fma poMtponft, rain
Mr. Loula. ; Phlla4lphl.
Clnolnnatl, I; Nr York, I.
Fltiahurf h, 1; Krnoklyn, I
C'hlrafo, I; Hoalon, ft
Boaron. ; C'lavaland. ft
Wanhlns'nn t. lialroll, I
PhIla1lphl Ht. Loult, r""in''
Niw Vork, J; Chlraso, 2
Columhua, S, Tolado, 3
Mlnnaapolla, S; Mllwauka. 2
Olh'r yamaa pnatponei, rain
WESTKRN t.r.AOL'E Slnlll City l!
Jntaph, laa Mnlnaa al T-p"ka. Lincoln at
Wlrhlta; cimaha al rnvar,
NATIONAL LEAIIUK Hi Lnula at Boa
nn; I Inilnnail at Urnoklyn; Plllaburfh at
Naw Tork; Chlraio at Philadelphia
A M K.RICA N LI'IAUI'B Waahlngton at
riaraland; Hnaton at Oat roll; Nw fork l
m Loula; f'hlladnlphla at C'hlraio.
Promoters for Benson Meet Forced
to Provide Many Extra
INDICATIONS oFBIO CROWDS
Horsemen, horses and followers of
the horse race game arc arriving in
Omaha each day in large number for
the three days' meeting that will be
staged at the Benson track Thursday,
Friday and Saturday.
I The curtain-raifcr of the Nebraska
I Midway Racing circuit, which is to be
held on the Uenson oval under the
; auspices of the Douglas County Fair
j association, give promise of one of
the largest fields of starter in the
! history of the sport.
; There are nearly 175 boarder at
the Henson plant already, and of this
'number at least 150 will answer to
Starter Van Pelt's call. The avalanche
tif entries h.is forced the management
Mo provide for about fifty new stalls,
.the ! I Kt otld individual quarters being
j filled a touple of weeks ago.
III the lit of entries for the Benson
j meeting aic the names of steppers
that are known from coast to coast
for their class The outlook for a
I notable field in the J year-old class
ii exceptionally briuhl. some of the
I fastest performers in the harness rar
1 nig world being entered m this divi-
Ihe rate will atari promptly at
I :M d'clokk e.nli ilax nf the meeiing
i Willi the three-lint system in sogue,
j ihe ipecut'T ate assured of seeing
,i reil im e rave cai h hi at,
i 'that larcc ctnwtls will he hand is
j evidenced by the fact that alt the
boxes have been sold, and about halt
il the eattnc space in tMe sraiul
tand Ihe griieral atliniatioti will be
Mt rent VnniMitn etneitt has been
made thai motor iri will be parked
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GIANTS LOSE FRAY
OF TEN INNINGS
New York Defeats Cincinnati, Tak
ing Two Games Out of Series
THREE TO TwFlS THE SCORE
New York, June 5. New Vork lost
a ten-inning game to Cincinnati here
today, .3 to 2, the visitor taking the
bulk of the series, two games out of
three. Pitcher Toney won liis-own
game when he opened the tenth in
ning with a three-base hit and scored
on Chase' single, ft was the sixth
extra inning lost by the (iiants on
their nome ground this season.
CINCINNATI NEW TORK,
ABHOAE AH HO A F,
4 111 OBurni If a ft 2 A ft
Naala.lf S ft
a ij DRnin,rr 4 2 0
1 ft ftOoyia.2b I I S
I I IKaiiff.cf SOS
I IFI har.aa I ft I
1 1 ftMarkla.lb 4 1 S
T 1 IM.K Ialh 4 2 1
2 i ORarMano 1 I 1
C'haaa.er S I
Wlnao.e S 1
rt'flih.rf I t
MnU'fi.lh 4 1
Harioa aa 4 1
Lotidan,2b 4 1
Tonay.p 4 1 ft 2 ftTaaraaii.p I ft ft
'Huniar ft ft ft
Totala 4ft I 19 IT lhlly I ft ft
Totala II 7 SOU
Ran for Marfcla In lanth
Battad for Taaraau In lanth
Cincinnati S a a i
Naw Tork.. 1 ft 0 0 ft I ft A o j
Two haaa hlta; Loudan, Oroh. Hariot
Thraa baaa hit: Tonny. Rinlan baaa; Kauff
ttoiibla play: pnyla and Flatrb-r; Clrlffuh
and Wlrtfo; Mnraof, Loudan and Sfollwtta
Baaaa on balla: Off Taaraau. 1; off Tonay,
Earnai runa: tiff Taaraau, I; off Tonay.
I Htrut-k out: By Taaraau, S. Implrea:
O'Diy and Baann.
C ub Blank Rraroa.
Bnatnn, .Tuna Tha Chlrafo Natfonala
ahut out Boaton, 1 to o. today Ktmmarman
arorad tha only tally -wlian ha atnia home
during tha fourth Innlna aflrr douhlln
and taklna third on lon fly to Ku
patrirk. Maaaa triad to atratrh a trlnla inm
homa run during tha aluth lnnln but a
raiayna inrow (u mm i tna plata. Bcora:
MT.'yJb 4 12 3 M'v,aa 4 I I ft
1 1 f 1 r,an,2b I 1 t I
W ma.ef 4 S 1 ft ftcoilina rf 0 4
V"ZAL ! 2 J ? !."' 11
"'i? ?.! 1 "K'n'hy.lb 4 16ft
Balar.lb 4 Oil ftf4mllh,8 2 ft 2 2
Arrhar.o J041 Op'.pvk.rf I 1 J
Pkard p 1 I t ,),-dy,c ft S I
Total.. II I 17 IS lJi'hJ, p ft -0 0
Tr aar 1 ft ft 0
. Wllholt ft 0 0
Total.. 8S SJ7 7 0
Battad for Nahf In alghth.
Ran for Efan In ninth.
Chleato ft ft 1 ft ft ft ft ft I
Boaton 0 ft ft 0 ft 0
Two baaa hit: Zlmmarman. Thraa haa
hit: Mafao. Stnlan baaa: Zlmmartnan.
No Auto Thrives
with Grit in
same thingis going on in the gears
and bearings. "But," you say, "how can that be when I put in good lubri
cants?" Oil and grease alone will never prevent this grinding. Friction is
the constant filing over each other of little microscopic pins and roughnesses
that are found even in the most highly polished bearings. Oil and grease
merely smear these over. Heat thins the oil or grease and it runs in and
out of these roughnesses. They are constantly wearing away and breaking
off. There is only one way to put a stop to this mischief. Dixon's selected
rlake graphite as combined in DKon'i (Iraphite Greases makes a lubricant
that tills up every surface irregularity and puts an unctuous, smooth veneer
over the entire bearing, so that metal cannot come in contact with metal.
The more it is rubbed, the more brilliant finish and polish it takes on
There in onlv one form of tlake graphite that will do thii trick, and this i
prodtu ed only by the Joseph Dixon Crucible Company. A car thoroughly
lubmated w ith Dixon's I iraphite Automobile Lubricants gives gre-ter
satisfaction than any
anv other lubricant,
Pison'a TTnmiion and Differ
entiI GreAie) No, 677, and put this
fjitutoate.t, Allde jlers and g irages
i hi n buiHH-s'i to 'oil iprvive as
vVil ,i ttke !ur tn'itu'v sell Duon's
t ripb tr Aui'MUithtti" I ubfuant
OMAHA. TUESDAY. JUNE
riarh (2). Baaaa on ball: Off Nahf. t
Una nd aarnad runa: Off Nahf, S hlta, 1
run In att-ht Inning; off Hugh, no hit, no
run In ona Inning RtrtKk out: By Patkard,
4, by Nahf. I: by Hugh. I t'mpiraa
plrl'r and Hrrlon
fiodger Trim Plrat.
Brooklyn, Juna S '"taburgh mada
thlr'n hlta off Nml'h and 011 today
hlla Millar nd Coopr llowd Brooklyn
only fly but tha Kuparbaa won. I to 2,
Tha I'lrataa bum hd two doublaa nd two
alnglr In th third for thlr only run. A
grwat llirow to tha plal by H Myara for a.
dotihla play prvntd tha tying run In tha
aifcth 1'Miibart trtpla and Niangol'a aart
(Ira fly ' ord a run for Brooklyn In ih
flral In tha aaeond Cutahaw walktd.
C) Vlara aaa aafa on Wagnar's ftirnbla and
bo'h 'ord on J Mayar'a long doubla, Cjnly
ona flrooklyn playar raarhad third aftar
that Inning. W'agnar and f'aubart mad
thraa hit ah, whlla Caray and H Myara
dlvldrd th flaldlng honora. Hrora;
C'l r.r.tf S ft
ft M M'r,rf 4
w li n.lb 4 1 s
VVagr,r.aa S I 1
I Hnilih ft ft ft
H lim rt.rf 4 1 1
H.'hiiHi.Jb t 1 1
ft ftO'bart.lb 4
4 IStangal.rf 2
0 ni lan.rf 1
ft OWhaat.lf 4
ft AM ray,3b 4
M.lrd.lf 2 ft 1
0 AC'ah'w.Kb I
H.rn.v, If I I I 0 AO'Mara.aa I 0
v l.n '.'b 4 2 1 1 AJ M ara.o I 1
vvii.on.o 4 1
CHilo, 1 1
L'oopar.p ft 0
I II ORHmllh.p 1 ft
t DOall.p 1 0 0 ft (
o i a
Total IS S IT 4
Total. .41 II 14
Rn for Wagnar In ninth ,
itattad for Millar In alghlh.
rillahiirgb ... 4 3 A
Brooklyn 1 I 0 ft ft ft
Two ha hit: W. ,Tohntnn, Wgnr. J
Myar. Thraa-baaa hit: raubrt. Stolen
baaa: Mowray. Doubla ply Cuijihaw and
I'aubart; If Myara and J Myar Baaa on
halla: riff flmlth, I ; off Millar. 2: off ball,
I. Hlta and rarnad run: Off flmlth, bit.
1 run In thraa and ona-lhlrd Innlnga; off
Hall, T ht'a, no run In flv nd-two-third
Inning; off Millar, 4 hit, I run In aavan
Innlnga; off Cooper, 1 hit no run In ona In
ning. Hit by pllrhad ball: By Millar, Hall.
Kirurk out; By fimith, I; by lell, I, by
Cooper, 1. Umplraa: Qulgley and Byron
Phllllea Win In Eleventh.
Philadelphia. June I Nlehofr doubla,
which waa hla fourth hit In today game,
aent Bancroft homa with th run In th
eleventh Inning I hat gava Philadelphia tha
victory over St. Lout today, S to S.
Tha homa team plied up four run In the
flrat Inning on Nlehoff a homer, Rtock
double. paaa to Cravath, Whlttad triple
nd Luderu' elngl. at Lout drova Ben
der off th rubber In th eventh. Bcora:
A B H OA
Be.cher.lf s I
ftB'crnft.aa I ft 1 S ft
Smith, if 6 ft
Millar, lb 4 n
ft Whlt d.lf
H nahy.lb 4 12
Wllann.rf I I 1
ft Met Ian, p t
Totala 31 132 It
' TotIa.40 10 II IS 0
Inning run cor4.
Two out when w
Hatted for Doak
Ran for Mcyullli
n In ninth.
40000100 1 S
Two haaa hlta: Battel, flnvder. Brock, Pea-
Every man when cleaning out the
crank case of his engine has seen
a black, gritty substance that he
has taken for sand or dirt. Friend,
that isn't dirt. It's the little
particles of steel that imperfect
lubrication permits to grind off
in the dailv whirl of travel. Th
tar doped with iKf n f 1 0
Ihiv a can of
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JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE CO.
Jtmy City, N. J.
t STOCK AND DISTninUTC DIXON'S
20 St Farnam Strt
Drawn for The
kert. Bander, Nlehoff Thraa baaa hit: Whlt
tad Home runa: Horneby, Nlehoff. Stolen
bea: H"rnhv, Paekert. Ooulila play:
Bnydar to Hornaby, block to Luderu
Baaea on ball: Off T'oak, 2: off Meadow, I;
off Bender, 1; off McQuillan. 2 Hlta and
aarnad runa: Off Doak. hit and l runa
In elu Innlnga; off Madoa, 2 hlta and I
run In four and two-thrld Innlnga; off Ban
der. 1 hlta and 4 runa In all and one. third
Innlnga; off McQuillan. 2 hlta and I run In
two and two-third Innlnge; off Mayer, no
hlta and no runa In two Innlnga. Hit bj
pitched ball: By Bender, Wilson: by Mc
Quillan. Hnrnabv. Stlru. k out: By rxmk, I;
bv Maadowa. 4, by Bender. I; by M.-Qulllan.
2; by Mayer, I I mplree Klm and l.melie
Detroit Again Defeats Washington
Senators in a Pitching
GRIFFITH FILES A PROTEST
Detroit, M irh., June 5. Detroit won
it third straight victory over Wash
ington today, Harry Coveleskie de
feating Walter Johnson in a pitchers'
duel by a score of .1 to 2. Break in
the game counted against Johnson in
the two innings he was scored on.
Coveleskie held the visitors to one
during the first six innings. Manager
Griffith today filed a protest with
President Johnson on Sunday' game
with Detroit, claiming that the um
pire erred in a decision on a ground
Morgan. 2b 114 4 I Buah a 4 ft 1 S ft
Foater.ab 4 13 1 AVItMh 4 111ft
Mllsn.i f a 0 8 ft oi ubb.cr 4 J j o o
R'nd'u.lf S 1 1 ft ftVeach.lf 4 119 0
Wlll'ma.lb 4 2 Ift ft flH'Iman.rf 4 3 ft 1 ft
Hhnka.rf 4 ft ft ft ABurns.lb 4 1 IS 1 ft
llnim h.t I ft I I 0 1 nun Jh S 1 Z 1 ft
M Br'de.ss 1 0 0 4 1'ane,c 1 0 I ft ft
.1 hnenn.p I I ft 3 AC'vTkle.p I 3 1 I ft
Henry 1 ft ft ft ft
Totals.. 18 10 27 IS 0
Total.. 3ft 134 13 2
Batted for Alnmlth In ninth.
Washington ... 0 ft ft ft ft 1 1 ft 3
Detroit ft ft 2 1 A ft ft ft t
Two-baa hlta: Morgan, Wllliama, Hall-
man. Three-uaee hit: Rondeau, veach.
Doubla plays: McBrlde to Morgan to Aln
smith. Beeee, on halla: Off Cnveleakla, 2.
Karnd runa. Off Johnson, 2. off Cnveleakla,
2 Mtruck out: By Johnaon, 2; by Covelerkle.
3. Wild pitch: Johnaon. Balk: Coveleakl.
Umpires: Hlldebrand and Connolly.
White Sot Loa to Tonka.
Chicago, June S Four smashing singles
off Bena In the first Innings, combined with
an Intentional walk to linker, a eacrlflc
hit and tha aklllful pitching of Cullop. gave
New Tork tha rubber game from Chicago
today, S to 1. Except for Baker'a fumble
nd Ollhooley' wild throw, Cullop would
havo cored a shut -out. He had elgbt
Bee by George
strikeouts. Naw Tork battera could do
nothing with 1'ianforth or Rull. Hcore:
NEW TOR K. CHICAGO
AB H J. A B A M H U A t.
Ollh'ley.rf 4 2
tJC'llln,rf I 1
Megae.rf 4 1
0 AW svar.lb 8 0
Oe1on 2b 1
High, If 4
2 0F.Cllns.2b 4 1
I 1 OBensp
Totals 21 " 27 11 2Rull,p
Totala 13 S 27 I 1
Batted for Danforth In fourth
Halted for Terry In ninth.
New Tork ,..,1040009 08
Chicago ., 1 0 9 0 0 1 0 0 A J
Htolen baaea: Jackson, Felach- Sacrifice
hits: Cledeon. Weaver, Doubla play; Nuna
mkr to "ledeon Bee on balls: Off Cul
lop, 2; off Bena, 1; off Danforth, 2; off
nuaaell, 1, Hit nd earned urn: Otf Cul
lop, S hits and no run In nine Innlnga; off
Bent:. 4 hits snd 3 runs In one-third Inning,
off Danforth, no hlta and no run In two
nd two. third Innings; off Ruaaell, 2 hlta
and no runa In five Innlnga. Struck out: By
Cullop. ; bv Russell, 4. Umpires! Owen
Bed ftox W hip Indian.
Cleveland. O.. June t. Errora behind
Coumbe In tha third and fourth Innlnga al
lowed Boalon lo defeat Cleveland, S to ft.
Ruth kept Cleveland a hlta a'-attared enoept
In the alxth, when tha Indian flfled tha
baaa without ecorlng After Coumbe' re
tirement, Boalon filled to count Ccorei
0 Lewi. If 4
OH lln 1,1b 3 1 S
owilker.cr 4 ft I
AJ nvrln,8b 4
O NelU.o S
Coumbe, p 1
ft ft Total
84 7 IT 14
Mitchell, P 1
Total .83 0 2714 I
Batted for McHal In flfjh.
Boaton 0 ft 8 3 0 0
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 ft ft
Two-ba hit: 0ndll, Hoblttg!. Htolen
Going Out of Business
During the Week
Affording an unparalleled opportunity for
the men of Omaha and Nebraska to get
Clothing, Furnishings and Hats at a mere
fraction of their worth.
Every article in the store without a
single exception is sacrificed. Suits, Light
and Heavy Overcoats, Raincoats, Full Dress
and Tuxedo Suits.
Manhattan Shirta, wlk and fibre hosiery, under
wear, night robes and pajamas; stiff and soft col
lar?; full dress shirt, neckwear, etc.
SteUon HU, felt hats of all kinds, as well as
Tanamas, leghorns and stiff hats.
Remember, these goodi were purchased before
the recent rise in prices, and the qualities are the
very best. Come early in the week.
I L 'pattj! i iiLaSW i ili'ian eiiiai-ii-t '-Tl at
hae McNallv. Hnblltiel Bares on balls:
Off Coumbe, 1; off Ruth. 1 Hit and earned
runs: Off ( oumbe. i hlta and 1 run In three
and one third Innlncs, off MrHale. 1 hit.
and no runa In one and two. third lnntn.
off Mitchell. 3 hits snd no runs In four In
nings; off Ruth 6 hits and tin runs In nine
Innings. Struck out : By Mitchell. ?. bv
Bulb. 4 I ,'mplrea. Dlneen and Chill
H, S, Cadets Leave
for Valley Camp
' The Omaha High School cadets are
away on their annual encampment
outing. Early this morning mem
bers of the battalion assembled at
the High school building and in light
marching order proceeded down
Twentieth street, east on Farnam and
south on Tenth, to the. Union station,
where at 0 oVIock, on a special on
the Union Pacific they entrained for
Valley, reaching there forty-five min
The cadet band went along with the,
battalion and discoursed music alon?
the line of march. A couple of selec
tion were rendered at the station.
At the depot there were a few
mothers, sister and sweetheart
gathered to bid the cdets goodby,
but the number wa not so great at
at time during the past. These peo
ple had to content themelve with
looking through the iron fence, ts tha
station guards refused to permit them
upon the tracks inside the enclosure.
There were 450 young men in tho
cadet battalion, under command of
Bee want Ad produce best results,
Tha preaant month mark th semi-centennial
of tha beginning of th Auatro
.wa 4. set. fcaian
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