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THE OMATIA PRIDAT , JUNE T , 1S9S.
IEH ERRORS DID THE TRICK Omaha's Awful Fielding Responsible for the Victory of Des Moines. DISASTER CAME ALL W ONE INNING L'p to the KIclitli the Homo Toin. IMnycd Hull , hut After Hint It in Other- visa - 1'ciirln nacl yulncy Also I.OKC. Dc- Moines , 18 ; Omaha , 12 Lincoln , 18. St Joseph , G Ilockfonl , 7 , Qulney , fi. Jack-onvllle , U , Peotln , 8. Boston , 7 , I'lttsburn. 0. Chlcano. 11. Bait more , 10 Washington , 7 , C evelaml , 3. Ht Louis , 9 , Philadelphia. 8. Brooklyn. 12 , Louisville. 1 New York. 2. Cincinnati 0 Detroit , U , Milwaukee , 12 Kansas City. 17 , Indianapolis , 3. At the close of the seventh Inning tn yes terday' * game when the score was every way In Omaha's favor , Old Grandpa Traf- fley gathered his llttlo flock about him on the bench and Informed them that this would have to stop He said that If the Indians were allowed to make It three straight he would never be able to hold up his little head onions the prohibitionists again , and with tears In his eyes told them that ho would put a rope around the neck of every mother's con of them and drop them Into oblivion If the game was lost. Then when the Inning began Grandpi stood upon the side lines and cast a hypnotic spell upon Eagan , Ulrlch and Schaffer. It was enough In a short dozen minutes cloven great big Juicy runs rolled across the plate , each with a velocity that would put the Kid Edghlll In the shade , and Grandpa crewed the llttlo crow of his second child hood. For three Innings the game was as pretty a one as ono over expects to see Then Omaha began to tumble to the Intricacies of Andrews' delivery , and at the end cf the sixth he commenced to wonder whether life was worth living. To spare his feelings further Grandpa gently burled him and sent Into the box a long , lanky , lean Cockroach Eagan pitched a good game up to the eighth inning when eight lilts were made off him , but the miserable support ho re ceived was enough to make a wooden Indian grow weary. Look at the error column Tuesday was pay day , see' Old Joe Walsh appeared In the diamond again , this time for DCS Moines and put up a fine article. Trot says he Is going to make him captain Mr. Vorls did not do as well as yester day. He made a couple of had base de cisions and was sometimes rather at sea In figuring out the differences between balls and strikes. Hero Is the score- OMAHA. Totals . . . 3D 12 II 4 0 21 17 10 DES MOINES. Totals . . II 18 1G 1 0 27 17 3 Omaha 0 0 0 3 2 fi 2 0 1 12 Dos Molncs 0 0 1 3 1 J 011 * If Earned runs : Onmhn , B : DPS Moines. 2 Two-hasp hits : Ulrlch , Single , Scnafter , Hutchlnson , 2 ; O'Brien , 2 , Mohler , Holmes , 4 Home i tins MeVlcker Ba > .es on balls ; Off Eignn , G , off Andrews , in , off Roach , B Hit by pitched ball By Eagan , 1. by Andrews , 1 Pns cd balls Lohman. 1 Wild pitches Eagan , 1. Struck out. By Eagan , ii : by Amliews , 1 , by Roach , 2 Double plays Hutchlnuon to Miles to O'Brien , MUCH to Hulchlneon to O'Brien ; Schnffer to Lehman , Walsh to Mohler to Purvis Time. Two hours nnd forty minutes Umpire Mr Vorls. HBR1GI1T TOOK THEM ALL LINCOLN , June G ( Special Telegram ) - Buck made It three straight against the Saints In n game full of errois on the pirt of the visitors The In tier tried Meyers In the box up to the fourth , but IIP was harmless , and the game was llnl hed by Alberts , who did a trifle better Score- Lincoln I 4 2 0 1 0 G 1 0-1S St. Joseph . . . . 5 Hits Lincoln14 , St Joseph , 8 Errors Lincoln , G , St Joseph , lb Homo runs Jones Thtee-biiFO hits Vim Huren Two- base hits Hill. Specr , Jones. Earned runs Lincoln , 2 , St. Joseph , 1 Stolen bases. Lincoln , 5 , St Joseph , 1 Bases on balls Oft Meyers , 8 Struck out Bv Barnes , 2 , by AlbertH , 1 ; by Meyers , 1 Wild pitches Barnes , 2 Double plays Hhrlght to Sull'- van , Batteries. Barnes and Speer ; Meyers , Albetts and Jones Time Two hour < Um pire : Mr Hnskcll QUINCY REFUSES TO BREAK QUINCY , 111 . June G.-Speclal ( Tele gram ) Qulney had the game today , but Rockford tied In the eighth Inning nnd then vvon In the ninth on two hits In a bunch Score ; Quln.'y 3 1 0 l o 0 1 0 0 r , Rockford 1 7 HUB : Qulncv , 10 ; Rockford , IS Errors Qulney , 3 , Rocktoul , G Earned inns Qulney , 3 , Rockford , 5 Three-base hits Merles , Fnriell Home inns Krolg Bases on balls Off Roach. 3 , off Walsh , 2 Sliuck out : By Roach , 6 , by Wal h , 2 Batteries Roach and Boland , Walsh and Snyder Umpire : Mr Ward DEVENNEY HAS BEEN BENCHED JACKSONVILLE , III , Juno G-Special ( Telegram ) The Jnckfonvllles made Peorlu eat the dust todnv In a well played game Excitement prevailed nnd the fans were shouting all the way through Devenney , Jacksonville's ! short stop , who has been throwing games lately by costly errors , has been put on the bench without pay Ills plac ? today was tilled by Meehan Score Jacksonville 0-1. Poorla 112120100-8 Earned tuns Jacksonville , 3 ; Peorla , 2 Hits : Jacksonville. 12 , Peoiln. 12 Errors Jacksonville , 4 , Peorla , G Two-base hits Hallcr , Dugdule , Kntz , Taylor Three-huso hits ; Katz , 2 , Belt. Taylor Sttuck out By Schwartz , 4 , by Lulimun. 2 Btttiilts Schwartz nnd Hoover ; Leltman nnd Dug- dale. Umpire Mr Jnntzen STANDING OF THE TEAMS Played Won Lost P C't Peorla 30 20 10 6G 7 IJncoIu 29 1) ) 10 Ffi Omahi 30 1G 14 53 3 Qulney 30 1GHi II 6.1.3 Den Molnes 30 Hi 14 51 3 Rockfoul . . . .29 II 15 lb 3 Jacksonville . . . . 30 10 20 SJ 1 St. Joseph 30 20 " Games today St Joseph at Omaha , Des Molnc.s nt Lincoln , Ilockfonl at Jackson ville ; Qulney nt Peorln. Y. M. il. A. , liilll < ir Won. The Y M. C. A. Juniors defeated the Black Diamonds yesterday afternoon at the Association park , Twenty-eighth nnd Dodge streets. The game was very Interesting , although very one-sided until the ninth In- tri coiU'ti.v , I/.U.VH r.iXK of CERTIFICATE. Anticipating tha night of the Subscriber to Participate In THE OMAHA BEE'S FREE BOOK DISTRIBUTION FRIDAY , Juuo 7. r\NE CERTIFICATE. frttn ft\ v-f cents 10 cover postage , mailing and clerical expense * , entities the subscri ber to one volume ( paptr cover ) , se lected from th printed catalogue of tha Oma'ia Dee Free-Hook Distribu tion. 8etyi coin ; no stamps. AUUUU33 PublfBlior Tito Omaha Rco , BOOK Otdalta , Neb. Score. Juniors , 32 ; HIack Diamonds , UA.MIIS Ol' TIIK AT1U \ I.HAUUR IttiMo < JcH the llcttor of 1'itrrott In n ( Ircnt I'ltchlnc Duel. NHNV YOIIK , June 6. Huslo was In srent form today. Ho allowed the Clnclnnntls l > ut four safe hits , struck out eight men nnd prevented a run from belns scored Score : New York 010001000-2 Cincinnati . . . .000000000-0 Hits : New York. 7 ; Cincinnati , 4 Hrrors. New York , 2 , Cincinnati , 0. I'arned tuns None , rirst bare try errors New York , 1 ; Cincinnati , 2 Left on Imses. New York , 4 , Cincinnati , R First hnso on bills Off Par- Holes. Tlmo Ono hour and forty-live min utes. Umpire Murray COLONIES IN TOUGH LUCK. nilOOKM'N. June C Mannper McClos. key's Louisville team hit the hall for two home runs , one threo-b iKRcr , four doubles nnd seven lnRles nt Hastern pirk today and still lost the game Score. Drooklyn * -12 Louisville 01001030 0-11 Hits , llrooktyn , 13 , Louisville , II Hrrors Ilrooklyn , 5 , Louisville , 7 Hirncd runs- Urooklyn , 4 , Louisville , 8 First base by errors Hrookljn , I , I.oulsvlllc , 2. Left on Imses Ilrooklyn , 3 , Louisville , 0 Bases on bills- Off Lucid , 2. off Kennedy , 3 , off Mc- Dtrinott , 3 Struck outIty Lucid , 1 , by Kennedy , 3 , by McOermott , 2 Home inns. Kttnmer , Welch Three-base hits Lucid , Hrouthers Two-base hits GiHIIn. Tied- \vay , I'reston , Hrouthers , Clarke , Welch. Sicrlllce hits Daly , Grim Stolen bases. Dily , Anderson , Clarke , Collins (2) ( ) Double playsUichance to Daly. Shlndlo to Coi- corari , Grim to Corcoran. Wild pitches Mc- Dcrmott llatterles Lucid , Kennedy and Grim , McDermott and Welch Time Two hours and ten minutes Umpire Keefe 1JOTH TI3AMS riKLDKD STUPIDLY. HALTIMOUH , June fi Chlciifoon today In n same of Mini hitting nnd stupid work In the He'd Kiper had to retire In the fourth Innlnir Hommlntf , who succeeded him , was hit htmler A wonderful run- nln < ? catch by Linpe was the only Kood feature aside from the battltiK Score- Baltimore 0-10 ChlcaRO 2-1J Hits : Hrltlmoro , 12 ; Chicago , 17 Errors. Baltimore , C , Chicago , G learned runs Baltimore , 1 , ChlciKo , C Thiee-baso hits Kceler , Kelly , Decker , Dihlen , Hveiett , Wllmot Two-bnFe hits Decker , Stewart , Kelley Sucrlllco hits Parrott , Everett Tcirj , An'on , Kceler , Jennlnss Stolen bf.es Wllmot. Dahlcn , Kelley (2) ( ) Struck out Bv Terry , 3 , 1 > > l > per , 1 , by Hemming , 1 , by ( Jrltllth 1 Daves on balls Off Terry , 1 , off I > per , 1 , off HemmliiK , 2 Double plujB Dahlen to Stewart to Anson , Kele ! > to Clarke BatteriesDsper , Hcmmlnff nnd riarke. Terry , Grltllth and Domhue Time Two hours and ten minutes Umpire Betts GLASSCOCK'S TIUUMPHAL HNTUY \VAC' 'TrON , June 0 Olasscock , WnshlriKton's new short stop , pli > ed his fir-it Kiune hero today , nnd biRnalUed his advent by miking two errors , which were ieuponsble | for as many runs Score : Washington 210000400 7 Cleveland 0 00200001-3 Hit" WashlnKton , 12 , Cleveland , 8 nr- ron WnMiliiKton , 2 , Cleveland , 3 learned tuns : Wa * > hlnKton , I , Cleveland , 1 Two- base hits Baker , Joyce Stolen bases Joyce. Sacrifice hits .McGulre Double plays O Tebeau to G Tcbenu Tirst b ive on balls Off Wallace , 5 , off Maul , 1 Left on bases Washington , 4 , Cleveland C Struck out By Wallace , 1 , bv Mail ! , 1 Batteries Jlaul and McGulie , Wallace and O'Connor. Time. Two hourh Umpire LOIIK BROWNS WIN ANOTIIHH PHILADCLPHIA June fi-Taylor nnd Hliret wire batted freely , but Stiley was "ubstltutcd for the latter In the fourth In- nlni ; . Score St Louis 230010030-9 I'hlHde'phln 105002000-S Hits St Louis , 11. Phllad lphln. 11 Er rors St Louis , n , Philadelphia , 2 Kirned runs. St Louis , 7. PliCndclohln 5 Two- base hits iiy , Hnm'lton ' ( i ) Thrcc-lnse hits Cooley Home runs Cooley , Dele- hanty. Stolen bases Hly , Hamilton , Boyle , Hallinnn Left on baie' : St Lou's 4 P.il'a dclphln , 7 Stiuck out Brown (2) ( ) , Coolo , , Connor , Cross Double plays Qulnn to I31y to Connor , ' : iv to Qulnn to Connor First base on errors St Louis , 1 , Philadelphia , 3 First base on bal's Off Taylor , 1 , off Staley , 2. Batteries Khrot , Slnley nnd Pletz , Taylor and Clements Time One hour und fifty-live minutes Umn're- Mc Donald MADH THi : LUADHUS Lin DOWN BOSTON , June 0 The Bostons won from the Smoky City continent today after n closely contested Fame Score- Boston 2 01010030 7 Plttbburtf G Hits Boston , 11 ; Pltt'burjr. 10 Htirors- Boston , 3 , PIttsburff , 0 Karnod inns Bos ton , G , Plttsburc , 2 Stolen bases Duffy (2) ) , McCarthy , Bannon. Nash , Lout ; Sac rifice hits : Bannon , Beckley First baue on balls Nash ( J ) , Cllniman (2) ) . Struck out. Tucker (2) ( ) , Duffy , Huvvley (3) ( ) , Cllnpr- man , Stenycl , Smith , Cross , SiiRJen Double plays. Cllnfiman to Cross , Lowe to Lon Passed balls ; Ryan , 2 Wild pitches : Stl- vutf Hit by pitched ball. Ganzel Bat teries Stlvetts , Ganzel and Ilyan ; Haw ley and Sudden Tlmo Two hours and ten minutes Umpire nmsllu STANDING OF TIIC TCAMS Play ed Won. Lost. P Ct Plttsburg 38 2ri 11 r,5 8 Chicago 39 il 1C OT 0 Baltimore 31 IS 13 GS 1 Iloston 31 18 11 fi ? 1 Cincinnati J7 21 i IB Di ( 8 Cleveland 3(5 ( 10 1C G. fi Philadelphia 31 IS 1(1 ( 52 9 New York 3r is 17 ci 4 Brooklyn 31 lr. 19 41 1 WashlnKton 3r > 15 20 429 St Lou's 38 II " 4 33 8 Louisville . . 31 G 28 17 C Games today PlttsburK nt Boston ; Cin cinnati nt Brooklyn ; Louisville at New Xjr.kl ? , 9lllV"lB ° " ' Baltimore , St Louis nt Philadelphia , Cleveland at Washington SCOItl.8 01' THK UiTiil.V LKAUUK City rin.ally huccoeiU In IJcronting tlm Cnvortlni ; Ilimilcn. KANSAS CITY , June C-Kllni ? made his bow to a Kansas City crowd today and did well Ills work was well backed up , the Blues playing ball In the field and at the bat. Score : Kansas City . C 17 Indianapolis . 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 .1 Hits Knn ns City. 17. Indianapolis , 8 Lrrors Kansas City. I , Indianapolis , 7 Batteries. Kilns and Bergen , Wittrock and McFarland MILWAUKHi : , WIs , Juno -Score : Milwaukee . 1 4 1 ° Detiolt . 3-11 Hits Milwaukee. 1G. Detroit , 17 Rrrors : Milwaukee , G , Detroit , t Batteries Stephens , Armstrong ; nnd Weaver ; Pears and Twlneham ST PAUL. June -Game called that To ledo could get out of town Score. St Paul . - Jo'edo ' . - . ! S.'P ' , I'aul , > ? : To' ' o. 10 Errors St MINNUAPOLIS. Juno -Score : MlnnenpollH . . . . 03 B G- ' " Grand Rapids . . . . 2-12 lilts Minneapolis. 23. Gland Rapids , n Lrrors .Minneapolis , 4 , Hi and Rapids , fi iiruzcr nmi wiison = ° n- STANDING OF Tlin TCAMS .P1 yoU $ on- p t Indianapolis . . , , Minneapolis . so is 1 * m r Grand Rapids . . . . 32 17 15 r ! i , Milwaukee . [ 34 IB is 47 Kansas City . a K 18 r. G UCtlOlt . It ! It 17 tr , l St. Paul . 31 11 \l \ ft 5 Toledo . 31 11 " 0 33 5 IS l.MI SOrTIIUKASTUKJ , IOWA I.K VtJUII t > il r ItupliU Detent * the Drollmnil urcl Oitmmvii | ) o fur < ! li * bnr . CRUAR RAPIDS. lu . Juno fl.-Speclnl ( TelesranD-The Trl-Cltys started out like winners today , making ten scores In the first two Innings. After that they could not hit Harkness Score Cedar Until * . 1 13 Til-City . 0-10 Hits. Cedar Rapids. 13 , Trl-Clty. 13 Mr- rors Cedar Rapids , 3 ; Trl-Clty , 3 Batter- lesHarkness nnd Kcefe , Regan , Jameson titul Sage OTTL'MWA. lu , Juno -Special ( Tele- uram ) Ottumwa ought to have shut Gales- burs ; out today , but put up the rankest kind of crrorb at critical times and KUVB the visitors cltjht runs. Up till the ninth Inning only two hits were made otr Oreluti. The score : Ottumwa . 3 9 Galesburg . . . 4 S Hits : Ottumwa. 13 ; Gule&burg. 5. Krrors : Ottumwa. 8 ; Galesburg , 4. Batteries : Ore- lup unit Yalk ; Lcbbln and Adams. Katrnoy Dofe.m Oranil Iilnnit. KKARNKY , Neb , June -Special ( Tele gram ) The tlrst game of bate ball hero this season was played this afternoon be tween Kearney and Grand Island. It was nn Interesting game from start to flnUh aid resulted In n ucoro of 6 to 5 In favor ft Kearney. There was a large and en thusiastic crowd In attendance. TENNIS IN A HIGH WIND Breezis that Sweep the Courts Bother the Contestants Considerably. SEMI-FINALS IN THE DOUBLES PLAYFD Culllnchnm iind Hurto nnd llnikcll mill AuMln Loft to Compete for the Closing llonorx Il-trto and Cul- IlngliHtn In the Singles. The wind Interfered a great deal with the play yesterday afternoon In the city tennis tournament matches. Ths gusts that swept over the courts from all points spoiled many strokes that would otherwise have scored points , and they also raised eo much dust that the players were frequently unable to gauge the balls correctly and made bad re turns. This condition of weather alto kept many people from attending , but with all the discomfort of dust and wind those that were present were fully repaid by the brilliant work that was often done. The matches that were scheduled were the semi-finals In both the singles and doubles , and all the games were well contested , al though , as was stated above , the wind lntr- fcred considerably with the play. The fact that the wind seemed to come from every direction and also the usual changing of the contestants from ono end of the court to the other after overv set gave the advantage to neither player. In one of the matches , however , a little unpleasantness arose be tween two players over this matter , one of them apparently believing that he was get ting the worst of It , but , fortumtely , It was not carried to extremes Differences of such nature are bound to arise in tennis as In every other sport whore the clement of rivalry enters , but tennis players owe It to their sport to see that they are settled as soon as possible. It took five sets for Culllngham and Harte to beit Bannister and Percy Young last evening The match abounded In pretty rallies from the beginning to the finish , the honors of which were very evenly di vided The sympathy of the spectators was almost entirely with the losing team and this probably had something to do In en- couiaging them to put up the game they did. BOTH TEAMS DID WKLL They frequently played tennis that was superior to their opponents' but they were not as steady as the latter Although they had not played as much together as the other two they showed more team work , both Culllnghain and Harte a number of times letting balls go by because each expected the other to get them. Young and Uannlster rarely did this. The first set was won by Culllngham and Hartc , and then Bannister and Young got the following two In quick order , having several love games to their credit Their play In thcso two sets was brilliant. In the other two sets they played badly In comparison , and lost them as quickly as they won the other two Individually the play of Bannister and Young was also far more erratic than that of their opponents They both play el ex cellently , at times getting balls that seamed to bo well out of their reach Young put up a game that was even a surprise to his friends , especially about the net II s playing was very cool the balls being sent quite fre quently into unprotected parts of the court Bannister played a gimc fully as good Culllngham played a steidy and good all around game. He was particularly effective at the net , from which his smashes Invari ably scored a point He made many pretty strokes , and he often placed bails effectively Harte's game , while good , was sometimes n little off color , especially In fae two sets that he and his partner lost HASKCLL AND AUSTIN WIN The other match In ths se'nl finals In the doubles was played by Haskell and Austin against Findlay and Bancker In the after noon the latter team won the final set In the match between them and Tilden and Denlse which was postponed from the preceding day , by the score of C-4. The match In the semi finals was won by Austin and Haskell In threa love sets , entirely on Its merits While the losing team put up a good game. It was not equal to that of their opponents , and they lost. The team work of the winning team was better than that of the other two although at times both of the latter relied too much on the other and let a ball go by them Findlay and Bancker sent the majority of their balls to Haskell , being evidently in fear of Austin Austin played his usual strong game and Haskell's play was always gold and some times brilliant The net play of both was very good They both plac ° d balls excel lently , sometimes finding their opponents isleep. Neither , however , played their strongest game , preferring to allow their points to be made for them by their opponsnts than to go after them A large number of balls were sent out of the lines by both Bancker and Flndlay , especially the former Occasionally they made a pretty stroke or re turn , but not frequently enough to put the match In danger RESULTS IN SINGLES. In a pretty match In the afternoon Cul llngham won from Wallace In the singles The victory was not hard won , although Wal lace played well. Culllngham was saving himself for the doubles In the evening and consequently did not exert himself as much as he usually does. Haite also won from Haskell In the singles after three sets had been played Haskell played a very good game , as also did Harte , and the rivalry between the two made the match very Interesting. The results yesterday were as follows- Singles Harte beat Haskell , 1-G , G-2 , C-4 ; Culllngham beat Wajlace , G-2. G-4 Doubles Culllngham and Harte beat Ban nister and Young , G-2 , 3-G. 2-G , G-2 , G-2 ; Findlay - lay and Bancker beat Tilden and Denlso , 7-5 , 8-6 , 3-G , G-4 ; Haskell and Austin beat Findlay and Bancker , G-0 , G-0 , G-0 Today the finals In both the doubles and singles will be played In the latter Culllng ham will meet Harte In the afternoon At C 15 this evening Culllngham and Harte will meet Haskell and Austin in the doubles The matches will undoubtedly b ? hard fought , for considerable rivalry exists between all of the players. coiswni.t , cni.w noii8Ki > AT IIIM.I\ Settled 111 Quartern unit Well ricaacd with Their Mtnntloii. HnNLEY-ON-THK-THAMCS , Eng , June 6 The Cornell crew of oarsmen which Is to compete at the Henley regatta In the contest for the Qrard Visitors' Challenge cup , nirived here fiom Southampton today and were greatly pleased with the quarters which Commodore Hantlngs of the Cornell navy secured for thorn , on a hill ut Under wood , a pretty little place ovet looking the Thames and situated about n auirtcr of a .mile from here. The two papei shells ar rived hero with the ercvv , and nfter they had been caiefully examined evrybody was pleased to see that they had sustained no damage during their trip ncioss the Atlan tic , 'the weather thin nfternoon is beauti ful , and the visitors catheied In for > .o tn the banks of the Thames when the crows took their first spin ovet the course The young men created a favorable Impression amo"B the onlookers , hut the expert Ilrlt- Ishers uthore expressed the opinion that they were too light. A representative of the Associated press had un Interview during the morning' with a member of the Cornell crew , who said "The boys me delighted with the course It Is a direct contrast to our canal , which afforded easy tow Ins. " When asked about the alleged llshtness of the crew , he remarked : 'They were selected with that very thing in view If wit win hero we must do so in a fpurt , and the lightness will bo na advantaue The boys are greatly pleated with nil of Has tings' arrangements " Commodore W T Hastln-fs of the Cor nell navy said : " \Va have our own servants , do our own cateilng nnd cooking , nnd the houae selected for the quaiters of the er > w la in every way convenient und healthy. " Mr C. U Francis , manager of the Coin ill crow , expressed Flmllar views regarding the prospects of the crow and their ac commodation ? LONDON. June 7. Sporting Life nays that the comparative shortness of the 8trok" of the Cornell crew was the first thing that attracted the attention of the onkukem when the Americans took their first spin over the course. The methods of praoullun are entirely different from that adoptul hero. The sheila are very pretty crafts. Pur o fur 7 in unit .liihn < n. PHILADILPHIA. June o The niverton Athletic association has Invited Arthur Zim merman and John S. Johnson to compete 1- a mile heat race , best two In three , on the association ROn/mls / fof n. purseof $1.000 , to take place ou li ibot ilay or any Saturday between June 8 nnd September 14. INTKItNAMON U , AUSTIN O 1' IIOI1 \nlo niul Ilnrvurd Willing to Try Aiiln t Oxford iiiiiOM ninhrtilgn Athlctoi. NHW IIAVHN. Juno -Relative to the reported challenge from Oxford to Ynle nnd Jff < rvard , Captain Hlckok of the Yale athletic team expressed great willingness tmlay to have Ynlo participate , } mt.Buid | that all he knew about the challenge was obtained from the newspaper" Vftiorts He said If such a challenge haM' be'cn "ent the chances fern n meet are utryrgooJ. O 11 K. wmie , president of the Track Athletic association , said he had not re ceived any challenge. It was not possible , he udiled , to tell vvhethci ft meet could be arranged , although personally he Is In favor of It. The faculty mu t b- con sulted , und Hnrvnid's consent Is nlso nec essary Hcsldes thlB , Oxfoid might Impose conditions which would not bo ncceplublo.- If , hovvcvet , nil these dllllcultles were re moved , he thought n meet could be nr- ranged. At the Ynle conference this evening the only topic of conversation , nsldo from u few remarks on tomorrow's examination , was the Oxfotd-Cnmbrldge challenge. Officers of the Athletic association have received no otllclal communication us yet , but all ex press themselves as favorably disposed to accept should Harvard be willing and the terms- satisfactory Lewis P Sheldon , the newly elided cap-lain , said. "For some time I have known that the Oxford and Citnb I "ge nut critics weie dcslro n of s nd. Ing ever the team I personally de lie such n meet but , of course , the advisory com- mlttcee and graduates will be consulted be fore any definite action will bo taken , should the challenge be received The reception given us In Knglnnd lust summer makes us feel warmly toward our English iou = lns and we will take pleasure In giving them n true Vnle w e'come " CAMHRinai : Mass , June G The chal lenge of Oxford nnd Cambridge universities to Harvard and Ynle for an intercollegiate meeting In this countiy next September has not yet been received bv Harvard M W Honham , captain of the Haivuid Tr.-uk athletic , team , Is out of town Membcis of the team who were seen Knew nothing * about the challenge , except what w.is con tained in the Associated press dispatches. They thought it was rather doubtful If Harvard would pirtlelpate In a meeting next September The athletic * team went out of training Immediately after the inter collegiate games ! In New York on May 2r , niul In order to enter a meeting next September would liavo to resume training In August Some of the iithletes thought , however , that Harvard might decide that the opportunity to meet the Englishmen on this side of the water was too 'good to be lost , nnd in order to take pait In the contests , Hnrvaid's best men might train specially In view of the fact that Yale is now Intercollegl ite champion. Harvard will undoubtedly wait for the New Haven men to take the Initiative In the matter of accepting or rejecting the challenge Harvard men would like very much to take part In a meeting Ftitli us that pro posed , but the athletes generally con-cider the time suggested as very Inconvenient. As far as could be learned tonight , no one nt Harvard haw received the challenge from Oxford and Cambridge Although Captain Ulngham has been absent all diy. It Is thouBht more than piobable that had he received the challenge he would have at once fotvv aided It to Prof Ames , chairman of the Hirvnrd athletic committee The general verdict on the campus tonight was tlmt the challenge will not be accepted by Hiivnn ! when it arrives NiW YORK , June C Charles Shenlll , Jr , the Yale athlete , a member of the Ynle graduate committee on ti.uk athletes , was "omewhnt siui priced today when shown n dispatch to the , effect that Oxford and Cambridge had cabled n challenge to Yale nnd Harvard Mr Sherlll s-aid "The challenge has not been received , an far ns I know It may be sent to the undergiad- uate committee , where it belongs If It should be pent to me It will be tcferred to the Yale and Harvard undergraduate ( om > mittee Our cornmitue , which Is composed of Walter Camp , Alexander Cox and my self , net onlv In. the capacltv of nn nd- vlsoiy committee to the undergnuluates , with whom the final decision rests At the annual meeting t > t the Interoollcglat * association , Iheld In Febiuary , the suggestion to send a team to Hng-- land wis discussed I opposed it , for several reasons Public Interest would bo centered In thp Cornell race , nnd It would bo verydllHcult to Belcc.t a trainer Altogether It seems to me the matter was inopportune "I can very1 well understand why the universities were unable to accept the chal lenge of the Vniverslty of Pennsylvanl \ that winners of the llott Haven games be allowed to compete In Uimland with a team selected from Cambridge nnd Oxford They don't propose to meet nil America There ore In Kngland other universities prominent in athletic" , the Vnlversltv of Dublin and Edlnbuigh university , for in stance " PHILADELPHIA. June G. The University of Pennsylvania , having been Instrumental In the Issuing of the challenge to Oxford and Cambridge , naturally feels chagrined at the action of the athletic committees of the two English colleges In refusing to meet the winners of the Intercollegiate frames E II Ellis , n leading member of the I'nlverslty of Penniylvinla athletic committee nnd the frnmer of the resolutions , said to a rep- recentattve of the Associated pre ° s that the resolutions expressly stated that the Eng lishmen were at liberty to select their lep- rosentatlves from nny co'lege In Croat Britain He further stated that Secretary Geyclln of the University of Pennsylvania committee had rece'ved a letter from Secretary - rotary Jackson of the Oxford athletic com mittee In which the latter stated tint the resolutions were perfectly satisfactory an 1 tint IIP uavv no leason why the meet should not take place Mr Ellis -ald It looked to him as If the Englishmen had waited until they saw the records of the Intercollegiate winners before replying to the challenge. llpttlncr on ilinMiiiirhrRlpr < tip Hire LONDON , June 0 The absence of rain has made the Manchester course very hard and some suprlsea may be In store when the great handicap for the Manchester cup of 2,000 Is tun nt Manchester tomorrow Following Is the betting nnd a list of piob able stmters The prince of Wales' Florlzel II , 7 to 2 , OottschalU's Cyprlak , G to 1 , I' . Buchanan's The Docket , 8 to 1. J II Houldworth's Bu v Park , 8 to 1 , Nashel's Camapinijo , 9 to 1 ; Leopold Rothschild's Rodmont , 10 to 1 , M. A. Dwyei's Banquet ( Slmms ) , 10 to 1 , Cohen's ! Greelawn , 12 to 1 , Sir Thurston's Convent , 12 to 1 , Blake's Rock Dove 12 to 1. The hnndleappers have given Florlzel II the l-yoar-old of the prince of Wales , the top weight , eight stone , while the Amet- icnn hoise , Dwyer's liaiipuet , n ! = o carries eight stone The phaip bends foi which the Manchester course Is noted , are re- gaided by many ns being unfuvoinble to Slmms' peculiar fitylo of riding , but Uan- quet has been very freely supported , nnd If he starts It is believed In many quarters ho will have the race at his mercy Cam- apinajo , lust purchased by Captain Mar shall for 1,500 , has many ndmlitr.s The Sportsman says Banquet Is thought a certainty or next to a certainty by the American party Even Dvvyer himself could net have wanted to see him better handicapped _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Ulinpl Hr t ) ir Monx Tnlls. SIOUX FALLS , S D , June 6 ( Special ) The Sioux ; Falls Wheelmen , an organiza tion of nearly 100 bicycle riders , have de cided to glvo a one day cyclist meet here on June 28 The elub has n new nnd excellent third of a mile track enclosed , and the meet will be the best over given In th'-i ntntc The events will be six In number , und the prises hung up will bo valuable , the llrst prl/ps belnsuUicd at about $30 each The event will bo a olatiA affair , nnd it Is ex pected that from 200 , to .iOQ ilders will come in for the meet Th's state Is nllve with blpje ! > ! enthusiasts , and a large percentage of them are nnxl.gus for racing The terri tory from which the racers will be allow ed to come ernbiacos s3uthwostern Minnesota. northwestern lovVn , northeastein Nebraska and southeastern South Dakota On the evening preceding tlw meet u street parade will bo given amlja good time provided for the visitors i _ Axhlnnd Win * from VVnhoo. WAHOO. Nelju. June G ( Special Tele gram ) Wahoo jJ-iro-J In hard luck , ns the seore of today's Kumq between Ashland and Wahoo will "hqw ; . and It was a game of continuous errors Store- Wahoo . d 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1- 4 Atfhland . J.10 4000401- 3 ButteriesWali'oo.i llennett nnd Hrill.Ash- I ind , Mcllvalr.ortind Crelghton. Umpire : Bush n Tin ' rlrlcit Mitl ? Ii 'I omorroiv. A match it ct'cUet will take place on Saturday next 'on the grounds of the Omiha Cricket club , to commence promptlv nt 3 p m The teams wl'I be chi en on the Kiound9. therefore members wishing to play are roouested to turn out early. Visitors are cordially Invited and will be nerommo- dated with sieats free In the shade SIIIISHP in I Mnr iliv to 'ii-nt. NEW YORK. June G. It his l > 3en de cided that Walter Snrjjer a"d Charles W Murphy will nde n set lea of match racea , best two out of three , ono-mllo heats , nt Manhattan Beach Baturday , Juno 20. The miU'h will be In Id under the auspices of the King's Count ; ' wheolrnin. < ri'rl-v r ' < -f Hpiniiiiiij , GREELEY CENTER. Neb. Juno G ( .apo- clal TMov.amTho ) Grc-Mcy and SpauUI-i ? ball tc'atns p'jvel i r.n'ih rimn toiuy In ( Jrceloy. the tc ri 1 > 1 K 13 to G in favor of the Qreeluy team. A latcj crowd was In attendance : . TWENTY MILES EACH HOUR Riders 5u the Six-Day Rnco Keep the Face They Started With , EDGHILL HOLDS HIS FIVE-LAP LEAD l.mt Nlelit' * Whirl Wutclieil by a Inrgr Crowd Who Clircroil the Succo sHe spurt * Hint Broke ( ha .Monotony of the \Voury Ituiiiul. One of tlio grandest crowds over assembled In Omahi to witness a sporting event \\aii that at the Coliseum last night , the fourtli night of the great six-day amateur bicycle race. race.At At the opening' hour the big building was neil filled , and an hilf hour later good scats were at a premium. Cven ths reserve seats were all occupied and hundreds of people lined the walls all 'round the building The lnt rest that Is being manifested In this race exceeds anything of the kind ever known here , with the exception of the first professional race In 1887 and the first ladles' race In 18SS. At 9 30 last night there wasn't a vacant scat In the house , but up to this time there had been nothing of a surprising or sensa tional nature. Morgan dropped quietly out of the chase on his 174th mile , loa\lng only Hollow ay , Frcdrlckson , Oadkc and Hclnzman to dlppute the triumphal onward whirl of the Wonderful Kid Uoth Fredrlckson and Hol low ay made numerous attempts to take a lap from the messenger boy. but It availed them nothing Ho was watchful as a fox and would not be caught napping The two big fellows would make a spurt , but no matter how desperately the ) worked the Wonderful Klil clung to them with the tenacity of the Old Man of the Sea to hapless Slnbad's neck , and when he felt HKo it ho shot past them like an arrow from the bow They finally got tired of the fruitless undertaking and for a full hour were content to " .jpar for wind " Chasing the kid was too much like chasing a phantom The result was that the crowd was treated to a rather monotonous exhibition Still it seemed to enjoy it Im mensely , and at the slightest provocation made the big building fairly quaver and quake with cheers of approval and encouragement Several available special prizes will be of fered tonight for the encouragement of the riders. The finish last evening was another hair raiser , and Fredrlckson won The Kid be gan the spurt fully five minutes before the closing hour and Kredrlckson was consequently quently enabled to beat him out en the final lap and thus gets the special prize , a hand some stop watch. Score. Miles Laps H ndshlll 20) ) 7 H 13 Fredrlckson aw 2 Harvey Hollovviiy 200 o H C. Gulkc 197 0 M L Hi'lnzman 191 o \1 H Morgan , drawn 17.1 0 William Coulter , drawn 110 0 Harry Udghlll was born in Omaha In August , 1&70 Ho has been riding not quite one year , and the Decoration day road rac was the only race ho was ever in Even In that , astride a heavy wheel , thirty-two pounds , over hill and dale , against n big field of old and tried riders , he came In filth. His father is "wan of the finest , " and the boy Is a chip off the old block He Is a cool headed , resolute , manly little fel low , quiet , well behaved and lull of busi ness He had but three days' preparation for the present great race , which he now leads by five laps over such men as Fred- rlckson , Holton , Gadko and Hollow ay. OA\I.IGllr IS 1UJIM.D roil HVtlMl Collision on the Po'nt llrcero Track Kc- hUltH Srnoinly ton V.iliiibln Million. PHILADELPHIA. June fl The closing day of the trotting meeting at Point Breeze was made excitingby n collision between two of tlio sulkies , In which Daylight , a. bay stallion , owned by John C Turnei and vnltied at $5.000 , was so badly Inlured that his racing career is ovei. In the second heat of the 2 27 trot On Time ran Into Diy- light , and the latter ran into the fence , tQarlng the tendons of his hind leg. Sum maries. Class 2 18 , trotting , purse $300 ( unfinished on Wednesday ) . Queen Alfred . 5111 Soudan . 1234 Verllnda . 2 J 1 f. Scranton Belle . 8 n G 2 Jettle . 7 1J 2 7 Chance . s l r > C Jackhonlan . -1 11 7 3 Katherlno S . 0 10 9 8 Claymore . 131110 9 Pat My 13oy . It 8 8 dr Wllhookn . 12 91Iilr Nellie U . llllllilr Hundley . 10 7 12 dr Almentlne . 9 C 13 dr Time 2 19 , 2 1714. 2:1S4. : 2 18'/ . . Class 2 H , trotting , purse $501) . Tom Medium . H 1 1 1 Alk'iitovvn . 1 fi 9 7 Silver Muik . 12 3 2 2 Oakland Prince . C 2 8 4 Plince Albert . 3843 D U C . 9738 Clodla . t 7 fi Antonlna . 7 C 5 0 Lotta . 1110 Gdr Orphan Hey . 10 9 ds Dayllifht . 2 * On Time . 8 * Disabled In co'llslon Time 2.21 % , 2 22Yi. 2 22Vi 2.23)4. Chifs 2 18 , pacing , purse $300 : I'iiviirltpln ut lulonli. CINCINNATI , June G The attendance at Latonla today was very laige , over 7,000 A Isorn fell from Pe > tonla In the third race and v. as badly hurt , but broke no bonus. Results First nee , selllncr. purse , seven furlongs Uncle Luke ( G to fi ) won , Captain Drane (8 ( to 1) ) second , Alethla Allen (15 ( to 1) ) third. Time l-29Vi Second race , purse , one mile Toots (8 ( to G ) won , Mary Keene (7 ( to 1) ) second , Staffa (3 ( to 1) ) third Time. 1 U Third race , handicap , for 3-j ear-olds and upwards , mile and three-sixteenths Crevasse (5 to 1) won , St. Maxim (2 to 1) ) second , Jane (50 ( to 1) ) third Time 2 02 fourth lace , the Harold stakes , for 2-year- olds , net value to winner , $2,410 , live fur longs Den Ilrush (7 ( to 10) won , Nlmrod (12 ( to 1) second , The Dragon (30 to 1) ) third Time 1 02 = U. rifth race1. Felling1 , purse , four and n half furlongs Hoyal Choke (4 ( to 1) ) won , War Song ( G to 1) ) second , Pavan (10 ( to 1) ) third. Time 0 d7'/4 Sixth ran1 , selling , purse , four and n half furlongs Palllo Gay ( J to 1) ) won , Tlorrle (11 ( to 10) ) second , Hondo ( S to 1) ) third Time ! 0 M"i _ Mr. MrPonotiuMi Hull ' 1 ire Omul Tlilll n. SAN TUANCISCO , Juno -Josephine and Greenback , jr , were the money winning- favoiltes tod.iy Tamnlpals , at 20 to 1 , ant Imp Ivy , at 10 to 1 , fuinlshod the suprlses , the latter , however , being heavily plajed by W O II MiDonoufih. who also reaped a haivest on Uarcia ut 5 to 1 In the last race Itesults First race , four and one-half furlongs , maidens , ear-olds Jouephlne (2 ( to 1) ) won , 'I heresa 1C (10 ( to 1) second , Linda Vlstu Illly (10 ( to 1) ) third ' 1 Imu 037 Second race , about six furlonp-s , selling : Tamalpils (20 ( to 1) ) won , Do LaGiii-ra ( J to 1) tecond , Halifax (4 to 1) ) third. Time 1 ll'i. Third race , six furlongs , spiling : Green back ( even ) won , Imp CulphurnuH (0 ( to 1) ) second , Mount Curlovv (9 ( to 1) ) third. Tlmo. Fourth race , five furlongs , handicap- Imp Ivy (10 ( to 1) won , Hymn CJ to 0) ) betoncl , Quirt (7 ( to 10) third Tin-o : 1 OH , . I'lfth race , one mile , s lllng Gntcia (3 ( to won , RaRlu Uird , second , Toano third. Tlmo : 1 17'/i. rifth race , seven fui tones Lulu T won , Spondollne second , Fullcrton La s third Time 1 304 ! _ Itlnn ISliloM Leading , BUFFALO , June G The beaier of the blu pouch In the Chicago-New York race passed through Iluffalo at 8 10 tonlsht The red rider followed llfty-llve minutes later at 9 ! . ) p. in IJOCHUSTBIl. N Y. Juno 7.-W. S. Woodruff and Taggnrt. carrying the blue pouch , arrived here this morning at 1 ! 10 Henry A Clnik , the rod courier , who left Ilorgcn at 12.21 , arrived In Horhostor at 1.23 , mukinir n gain of seven minutes His escort has not yet nrrlvol The motttago was Im mediately started oast. > Milt ll nnd Ityan to n FlnMl. BYRcrsn , N Y , Juno G. Tommy 11 } an has ric ivcl a dispatch from "Mystetlous" Hilly Smith , agreeing to llslit to a Ilnlsh , the winner to take all the PUMO. The two men will meet In Hasten or New York within n few days to close the contract It Is proi o ed to hold the light at the same place ns the Corbett-Fltzslmmons light. DUMP AT sr. i.ouis. Hotly I'lnyoil llorooi In the Mltslsalppl Vnl- lor tlnkp * lloittnn l r n "Dos. " ST LOUIS , June G The talent could only pick three out of the lx winners at 1'iilr Association | > ark today Weather beautiful , track fist Attendance , 4,000 The event of the day vvnt the MI Masppl ! Valley stakes , n sweepstakes for 3-year-olds and upward * , valued at $2000 There was a hot tip out on Corrlgan's The Ironmaster , who was said to have been shipped here to win the event He was jumped on by the sports nnd backed down from even monej to 7 to 10 In n short time Later the price went back to even money , and mum thousands were put til at thc e figure" Sumo , Dulllo ami The Kitten carried "ting1 sums , nnd Weltotnwas heavily pJnjed at 3 to 1 toward the last. The Ironmaster got off fourth , but was pocketed for a while Hen Lomond took the le id and burned the traek to the head of the stretch , when he dropped out of It , and Pocnhontas and The Ironmaster had an ar gument for first place until neat Ing the wire , when San Ulns , a 100 to 1 shot , who had been lost In the ruck all the wa > mound quietly slipped out and passed the leaders in a drive , winning the event by n length. Hcsults- First race , six furlongs , for 3-year-olds , purse Minever ( G to C ) won Lottie Altnlr no to 1) ) second , Urldget (12 to 1) ) third Time 1 If.H Second race , six furlongs , puise , for 2-jtar-olds Bailie Cllquot ( G to 5) ) won Ida (3 ( to 1) ) second , Phllletta (5 ( to 1) ) third Time 1 lr > lrThird Third race , the Mississippi Valley stakes , selling , sweepstakes for 3-vear-olds , value $2,000 , one mile San Ulas ( IPO to 1) ) won , Pocihontns (10 ( to 1) ) second , The Ironmaster ( even ) third Time 1 liu , . Fourth race , one mile Ace (2'fc ( ' to 1) ) won , Llselg (8 ( to 1) second , Salvador (50 ( to 1) third Time 1 13 Fifth race , seven and a half furlongs , selling Our Maggie ( I to 1) won , Flist Chance (2 ( to 1) ) seiond , Minnie Cee (3 ( to 1) ) third Time 1 3 Pi Sixth race , puisp. for 2-i ear-olds , four and a hilf furlongs Miss Maxim (3 ( to 2) ) won , Ilnjrs ( r. to 1) second , Flute (10 ( to 1) ) thiid Time 0 5r > < A Ciorci ) Klclmimii UIIIH tin' llndgp , CHICAGO , June G At the shooting tour nament today the Ward Slmond badge was won by G Klelnman , with Dunnel second The shootingtomonow will consist of sweepstakes open to the vsorld TWO SUPPOSED SAFE ROBBEKS Police ( 'upturn n 1'nlr of Mrn Thought to Iln the Itrctvnry Iturglurn. Yesterday morning John Howard , alias Mahoney - honey , and Fritz Frank were arrested at Vie McCarthy's place ncir Uellevuo and charged with the robbery of the safe In the office of the Anheuser-UURcli Brewing com pany In this city on Tuesday morning Ths arrest was made by Chief Detective Haze and Detectives Dunn , Donahue and Davis As soon as the men were placed safely bs- hlnd the bars Louis Jackson , the driver and watchman who was bound and gagged by the safeblowers while they did their work , was summoned to see the prisoners. He positively Identified Howard as being one of the men who did the job , but was not sure that Frank was the other , although he said that lie thought he was Both of the men refused to talk , but It Is the opinion of the police that they are the two men who cracked the safe Detectives Savage and Dcmpsey are entitled to the cradlt of discovering the men and their whereabouts. If the prisoners are the right men They rec ° lved Information on Thursday night from a resident of Hellsvue that four suspicions characters were hanging about Mc- Cirthy's place From the d ° scrlptlons given the detectives Immediately jumped to the con clusion that two of the men were the safe- blowers. Consequently yesterday morning Haze and his assistants were sent to arrest the men When the officers left the train at nelle- vuo one of them noticed Vic McCarthy- standing by They kept out of sight , and as the train was pulling out two men sprang from behind a string of freight cars that were standing near by and ran toward the train. The officers ran out to meet them , and as soon as the men saw them they drew weapons , but before they could shoot they were overpowered While the fight was going on Vic McCarthy took to hla heels and escaped in the woods The two men who were captured were Frank and Howard. Howard Is a well known western crook who has gone under a number of aliases among them Moore and Drown Ills right name is Mahoney. Tl'o ; lrs > t thno ho became - came known was when he was sent five years ago to the Canon City , Colo. , peniten tiary for committing a robbery. After he served his sentence he came to Omaha. He was arrested by Detectives Savage and Dempsey as a suspicions character and was sent to the county Jail for thirty days After ho came out ho robbed the residence of Illclmrd Fleming at Twenty-second and Poppleton avenue Ho was seen and ran away , but was captured In the neighborhood of Sheeley after ho had thrown away the stolen property For this ho served two years In the Lincoln penitentiary When he came out , he , together with a member of the Collins family and another of the McDonald family , both well known In criminal circles of this city , he robbed the Jewish synagogue , but was not captured Later he removed to Council Bluffs , where he did a daylight job and was arrested He was sentenced to serve a year and a half at Anamosa , but on the way to prison ho succeeded in slipping off his Irons and escaped He was recaptured In Omaha by Detectives Hayes and Hudson on South Thirteenth street Ho was taken to Ana mesa and served his time there He has been out for some six months , and It Is thought that It was during this time that he became acquainted with Frank , the other prisoner , who gave his right name Frank was bred In Kanbas City and became an Iron moulder. Later he became a thief and was ono of the famous "Dirty Do/en ' of Kansas City Ho has served several sen tences In the workhouse of Kansas City , and It Is thought that while there he became acquainted with Howard , who Is known to have been In the workhouse of the same city not more than a month ago. I'nthotlo Knd of 11 * chol ir'n Career. rtCATRICR , Juno G ( Special Telegram ) Miss Myrtle Wheelock , aged IS years , died at 5 o'clock this morning In this city at the homo of her parents , Mr and Mre Wheelock Tomorrow evening she would have been graduated with her class from the Ueatrici1 High school. Her Illness and ikatli are perhaps due to her close application to school work and her refusal to take a vacation when advised. The flags on the dlfforent school buildings have been at half mast today The funeral will occur at 3 o'clok tomorrow at the First Prcwbjterlaii church. Inna M'ln Mldilnnlv Uli * In Omnlm. William W. Stotts of IJxlra , la , died at the Union Depot hotel suddenly last even- Ing. He was 83 years old. In comnany with his grandson , ho was on his way to Sundance Wvo , to visit the family ot his son , Fiank 1) Stott" , who mut hU father here and was at the hold when he died The doctor called certifies that di-ath was caused by oveiexeitlen In tiavcllnu The remains will bo forwarded today to IXIra. Now PoHtolllin Itulullni ; Work. Supervising Architect Latenser has IP- celved the plans and specifications for the remainder of the outside work on tlio new government building These include the v/ork yet to be done , except the Interior finishing. The contracts will be let June 22 and the work will be pushed ahead us rapidly as i > os'lble Beecham's pills are for bilious ness , bilious headache , dyspep sia , heartburn , torpid liverdiz- , ziness , sick headachebad , taste in the rnouth , coated tongue , loss of skinetc. appetite.sallow , . , when caused by constipation ; and constipation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Go by the book. Pills io4 and 5 * a box. Book /tee at your druggist's or write B. F. Allen Co , , 365 Canal St. , New York. Annuil ! inor * tb n 8.UO tro boiti. In Which to Consult the Magnetic Honlors Now at the Pnx- ton Hotel. No Now Casuv Will He Taken for Treatment After Saturday , June 8th. The past two weeks our city 1ms boon electrified and dumbfounded by a strange and most wonderful occurrence. Two young men , known throughout the world as the Human Magnets , have dally been accom plishing cures of the most chronic and ag gravated cases that have for years defied the skill and ability of the most eminent and learned practitioners In fact , so truly marvelous and phenomenal have , been many of the cures effected that doubt and skep ticism no longer exist , especially In the minds of those who attended any of their public demonstrations at the opera house , f.l or who have taken the trouble to Investi gate for themselves The Incredulous of whom there wore hundreds prior to the public exhibitions have been forced to ad mit that Animal Magnetism In the hands of these Human Magnets possesses the most unlimited curative properties of any treatment now known to the medical world. Words fall to do justice to the many touching and pathejlc scenes which dally and hourly transpire In the private parlors of the Magnetic Healers at the Paxton hotel , as the blind , lame , sick and crippled emerge from the treating rooms to join their anxious friends In the parlors , their step more firm and clastic and their facca beaming with smiles and satisfaction , as they reall/o for the first time In years that finally there Is hope of their sure and per manent restoration to a life of health and happiness , and that greatest of all bless ings health to bo accomplished without the use of medicines There has never been a medical practi tioner in ihls part of the country who has caused the excitement and comment that have been occasioned since the advent of these Magnetic Healers In this city some two weeks ago , ami It Is no wonder that such has been the case , for the cures per formed , not only upon the public stage , be fore thousands of the best citizens ol Omaha , but nt the Paxton hotel in private , have never been equaled by any other mode of treatment While many of the grateful patlonts look upon their recovery as mir acles , It Is not so claimed by these Magnets , and Is easily accounted for on strictly sclen tlfic principles It is well known that these two Human Magnets dally generate eight times more Magnetism than the average man , and the wonderful cures accomplished are all produced by the transfusion of this Magnetic force from one of these Magnets to the patient While it has been extensively advertiseJ that patients would only be taken for treat ment the first week , or from Juno 3d to Juno 8th , there still exlstu the Idea among many that because the Human Magnets will remain In Omaha at the Paxton hotel ono month , or to Juno 30th , that patients will be taken during that time Therefore , to correct such Impressions , it Is now stated that NO NGW cabes will 1)3 taken for treatment AFTKIl SATURDAY , JUN13 STII Tho&o who desire private treatment and are able and willing to pay for same may call at the Paxton hotel THIS WKEK ONLY to Saturday , Juno 8th , where con sultation , ah Ire and examination will bo given entirely free ' * * > I ( PINADD'S ) The most delightful and refreshing Smell ing : Salts made. Price Reduced From 7pr&5c T ° Call at our store for free sample bottle ot Plnaud's French Perfume ( same slzo they save away nt World's Fair. DODGE STREET. Have you seen our two llttlo girls In salmon dresses/ One has dark brown H * V hair , the other , golden tressjes If you W haven't seen them you will , foi they will call at your doer with a sample bottle of pel fume. WHATCANCUTICURADO Every thing that la clcanolnff , purify Ing , niul bcou. llfyhiK for the akin , Bcslp.aiHl liulr - . ol Intuiiti nud children the Ctm. f CUIU , UEMUIrs "HI ' < > . They pi-Flily euro llchliiKand burning cczcinn" , clcinco flip ncnln of cnly tin mom , purify the blooil , nml ir- Mora tlio hilr 'lii-y ) nrc nlnuliitdy purpaerceilipaiUunfalllOtf | t-nid.v , . " < ' ANIMAL nvrnACTS-CerebrlnP. for l.rnln Car- Ulno for lieait Ovurine , etc. , Jl All drutariiitH. AMU3&M JUNE 8th -COMING The Renowned Violinist. One Night Only. RESERVED SEATS , 75c- $ 1.001.50 Now on sale at Aclolph Moyor'H uslo Hloro nth and I'm mini , CoiRland Beadi NOW Ol'HN FOR TIIC Si\&ON THE SESflRT OF THE WEST TABLES fLRNISIIKD PICNIC PAUTIU3. THURSDAY. LA ttURNO , Blonilln'a successor , given tight topa iiorformtuicos tiftornorn and ovonlny. Ealoon asconslon itntl pnrauhuto jump at 7:15 : p. in. Nobt.ihkii DrugKlsts' Picnic all sort'j of < ; ; unci and sports , bcplnnlng at 10 : i. in. 1st Infantry Hand , Sherman uvonuo curs now run on l.tth St V \\uiliirMluy 3 I'.vonlnir , The merriest of all Uurle nue , ROMEO nnd JULIET. Gentlemen of this city In the cast W under the dliertlon of Mr J IMtfur Owena. AIJ , I.AUCJIITKH , NO TMAU8 Popular prlcm. 7 : . V > , 2 } cents ' < S ticuui < m ula nt Ilux Onlco Tin. < la > mornlnj. SIX DAY BICYCLE RACE Uiidui tliu inuQagomcritof CD. T , HAYOHX. All Amateurs * . All Speedy MOM. COLISEUM TRACK , Admission 25 Cents. U H a good thing.I'usli It uloog.