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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BKE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1903.
A JAKES CRIMP IN SEW YORR rtt'burr SLnts Out th Giants by Free Hitting and Ojod fielding. CH.CAGO TAKES BROOKLYN INTO CAMP Brrley's Men Hate a l.lttle More liar- liaht Behind Them la Rare for V tbe Pennant a Result al the liar' Play. PITTRHlItU. June S.-Phllllppl pitched tn excellent form and wit given gilt-edged support. New York only reached third bane once, Uowerman vat put out of the ror diaputing with th umpire, at tendance, 4.4CU. Score: HnSDlKU. . MW YORK. R.H.O.A E. H.H.O.A.C. Hearmnat, ct 1 is. hum. rf... aanrr. aa. . 1 Hrarmf'ld, lb 4 L I'll. 40 ... 1 Kli.hfjr, lb.. 1 K nier. If . 4 lnv.H, c 4 l'nllllppl, ... 4 4 llrown. rf . .. 4 0 Hresnahas, cf 4 0 Medina, lb.. 4 4 Mertee. If.... 4 4, habb. aa 4 0 louder, Ib... 4 4 Ul I hart. ib... 4 I 1 0 11 0, ftaa armaa, c. 4 a: Warner, c... 4 ITavlor. , .... 4 totala ... 1 14 tl H u Totals ... 4 121 11 t xWagnet hit by batted ball. Pittsburg 1 0 H i 1 M M New a'oife, 0 O000O-O Two-baae hlta: Scbrlng. Mert. Sacrl Pce hit: Breanahan. Hloien baae: Wagner. Double play a: Taylor to McGunn, Babb to Gilbert to McGann. First base on ball": Oit Phllnppl. 1; olt Taylor. 4. Hit by pitched bail: Phelps. Blruck out: By Phil iil'pl. H; by Taylor, i. Time: 1:60. Umpire: Jotinstone. Chicago Wli CHICAGO, Juno 2. Bunched hits In four Innings won for the locale today . after they had all but Klven away the game on errors. Blagle ended the contest oy a fine catch and perfect throw to the plate, doubling Dobba and JackUtsch. Attenuance, iUuO. bcore: , CHICAGO. " 1 BROOKLYN. F..H.O.A.E. M.H.O.A.E. Harler, rt.. Biaiia. if... I hHiice, lb,. Juli-a, rf..., Lowe, 2b.... I 4 4 0 4 a t l i i it a ai.lt rani, Ib... 1 1 I 1 4'Bherkard. U. 4 1 1 4 0 Uobha, rf.... 14 14 0' MrC rcetf la, rt 1 t 4 4 1 IKiyla. lb.... 4 14 1 OiDahlan. aa... 0 13 1 1 4 1 ! laaey, lb.. b'vra, as.. tUlllf. C... TajfUr. g. Tola is t .. 4 ., 1 .. 4 Hlttar, c... i: Jordan, Ik. 0 Eraua, p... 4 4 4 1 4 111 4 4 4 4 4 0 4 0 i i i i UJacklltacb I 11 17 17 6 I Totals . I III I I xBatted for Evana In ninth Inning. Chicago I 1000101 4 Brooklyn 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 Left on bases: Chicago, 7; Brooklyn, fl Tw-y-baaa hits: Klinr Bheckard. Three- luxe hit: Dahlen. BtoTen bases; Chance (2), Ji.njs. Double piny: blagle to Kling. bir'ioK out: By Taylor, ; by Evans, 1, Bases on balla: OR Taylor, 8; off Kvuns, VVUd pilch: Evana. Hit with ball: Dobba. Time: 1:43. Umpire: O'Day. Claclaaatl Defeats Bostoa. CINCINNATI. June 1-CincinnaU won pi li bera' battle today. Attendance, 2,600. bcore: CINCINNATI. ' . BOSTON. R.HXy.A.K. R.H.O.A.E. Kfll'r, It... I 1 11 4 ODexter, of.... 4 1 yinour, cf-. 1 4 10 0 lennry. id. .. o 4 11 I Dn.illo. rf, .. 1 llfirrlaaey, )t.. 1 Milntaldl, ab 4 i ori;-au, aa, 0 JdaaooB, lb... 0 l l.ta. c...... 4 l-aniia, p 1 0 Ab'tlchlo. lb. I 1 Cooler, If.... 4 1U rem 'gar, Ib 1 olCarney, rf... 4 a'BonBar, aa... 4 1 Mormn, fl,.. . 4 4 Plttlbaar, p. 4 Wlllla. a 4 Totals 4 1x34 II 4 nBtanley ... I I Totals 1 1 34 13 I xDexter out for Interference. xxBatted for Plttiuger In eighth inning. Cincinnati 0 11010010-4 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Two-baae hit; Moran. Three-basa hit! Donlln. Stolen bnaes: Gremlnger, Pelt. First base on balls: Boston, 2; Cincinnati, 6. ft rue a out: uy nttmger, 4;. by ,wing 4. Tlma l:o0., Umplrea; Moran and Hoi liday. Pitchers' Battle, at St. Ideals. b,1w-eeLotM youngstera, and Sparks or Philadelphia, the HfCMg man uuiptiiou ilia vi'puiiviii.. win ning by a score of 1 to 0. McFarland let the Philadelphia, down with two hits, one a a?ratch. A sensational atop of a liner by Brain starting a double play and ending tha rniinea cnanceg waa tne feature play 01 tne game. Atieuuance, 4iai, ucore ST. LOUIS. PHILADELPHIA. R.H.O.A.E. R.H.O. A. ramall. tb. Ill 0 10 Thomaa, ef.. 4 4 1 4 4 Donovan, rf.. Smnot, cf. Drain, ib.... Barry, If 4 4 I 4 4 4 13 4 0 1 4 4 4 Wolr'l'n, lb. 4 1 4 4 4 Halltnan, rt. 4 1 4 4 4 Uotiglaaa, lb. 4 4 It 4 1 rlulawltt, aa. 4 4 I II Harclar, If. llaikett. lb.. 4 I 11 Wllllama. aa. 4 1 I lleaaon, 3b.. 4 113 4 '.Immar, o... 4 4 114 parka, p.... 4 4 4 I 4 Weaver, e... 4 4 I ItcFarlaao, p 4 4, Total! , 1 I 37 11 Totals ... 4 1 34 If 3 Bt. Louis Philadelphia.... .. 0000000 I .V 0000000 0-0 Two-base hits:' Hacked, Hallman. Sanrl- flee hits: Hallman, Wllllama. Double lays: Hulswllt , to Gleason to Hackett, McFarland to Wllllama to Hackatt, Brain to Hackett. Wild pitch: Bparka. Baaea on Da its : lire AicrariHtia. i: on B Darns, o. Struck out: By McFarland, t: by Sparks, s. L.eri on Dases: rt. ixiuis, in; muaaei- piila. , Time: 1:24. umpire, Kmslls. Btandlag; ef the Teaaaa. Played. Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago 40 New York 38 Pittsburg 43 Brooklyn 39 Cincinnati 39 Boston .,.j... 38 Philadelphia 37 Bt. Louis 41 29 26 26 20 11 .725 12 17 19 21 20 26 30 .613 .42 .444 .297 18 It U 11 .268 Gamea today: Boaton at Cincinnati, Brooklyn at Chicago, New York at Pitta- I burg, Philadelphia at Bt. Louis. GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE Mew York Paahed Dowa the Ladder hy the Vlsltla Beaton Mine. NEW TORK, Jun .Boston again dem onstrated ita superiority over Mew York today by scoring a shutout. Tannehlll aa hit freely in spots, i ne locals got only two men aa far aa third during the game. Attendance, i,d,d. score: BOSTON. r NEW TORK. R.HO. A. B.I R.HO.AE. Douiherty. If I I 4 0 o Darts. If 4 I 1 I 1 Colllne. Ib... 1 I I 1 I Heeler, rf... 4 4 3-4 4 O Hrten. rf. . 4 1 3 4 4 MrFari'aa, ef 4 1 1 1 I Preemaa, rf..l 4 1 4 4 Wllllama. lb. I 4 1 I 1 Parent, aa...: 1 14 1 1 Ganaal, lb... 0 4 11 4 4 1 .alliance, lb 1 I I 4 Cooroy. lb... 4 4 114 Verrla. 9b.... I I 1 I 4 Courtney, as. 4 4 I 4 4 Crlger. 11114 Bevllle, c.... 4 1111 Dlneea. p.... 4 1 4 4 4 Taaublll. p. 4 4 I 1 4 ToUls ... 9 14 37 14 1 Totals ... t I 17 II I Boaton 04010000 81 New York .., 000000000-0 Two-baaa hits: O'Brien, Parent. Three- base hit: McFarland. Home run: Crlger. Stolen baae: Parent. Double play: l'rler to Ferris. Sacrifice hit: Crlger. Bases on balls: Off Tannehlll, 6. Struck out: By Tannenui, ; by Dlneen, i. ift on baaea: Summsr Tlmi Tab!. The Road to Meafth. Hires Rootbear Is Just the Uokel" to keen rou aolae during hot eraether. It cools the blood, aueneheethelblrat- and keeps you wall and actlre. Mires I icootuecr should be on every table during summer lime. Bold every lure, or by aiall Hit ioceou. Packaa-e makea re gailuas. beware of luutauuaa. Caariei f . Hues Co Mattera. Pa. aa am. MMwMWaMeMaMwwiaMMMa .asj New York. I: Boston. 7. Time: 1:30. Um pire: (J Laughlln. . t.oals Finds Detroit F.nelly. DKTROIT. JUTie S Pt. Louis h1 a snap In one of the nrl played (thitim of the year. HurKett hitting and Wallace's field ing; were featured. McAIe In on the bench for rive days ana Heinrica and Powell tor three days each for yesterday row and both ten ma wera patched up. Attendance, 2,887. Score: rr. LOl'IS I DETROIT. R.H O l l I It. HO. A C Burkett. If 114 enarrett. cf... 4 14 4 4 Kahoe. e t 144 l.uak. h I 1 1 414 Oswfora. If. 4 I t 4 4 0 14 0 f err. lb 4 1 11 4 1 I 4 4 r,e.ier, rf .. 4 n 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 Smith. Ib 4 I I I I 114 0 M.-Allletar, M 1 I t I 1 1 14 1 4 Hiielnw, e.,.,4 4 4 4 4 14 14 Mtlulre, e... 4 14 14 i Kaaon. a 4 4 4 1 4 Frtl, ef i Wallare. ee.. 4 Anderson, rf. 4 MrCor'k, lb.. 4 Paddan, Ib... 1 Biigden. lb... 1 Donahue, a., l Totili ...11 14 27 II OiiMullln 4 4 4 4 4 Totala ... t 11 17 14 4 xBatted for Eaaon In ninth Inning. Bt, Louia 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 1-11 Detroit 0 0 1 1 1 a 0 0 0 3 1 Two-baae hits: Frlel. I.ueh. Three-base hits: Crawford, Burkett, Friel. Hit by ltcher: reason. First baae on balla: Oft :ason, 6: oft Donahue, 5. First on errors: Bt. Louis, 3. Ieft on banes: Bt. Iau1s. 14; Detroit, 10 Sacrifice hits: Wallace. Mc Cormlr.k, Sujrden. Donahue. Stolen baaes: Anderson, Mot ormlck. Padden. 8uKden. Btruck out: By Kason, 4: by Donahue 5. Double plays: Padden to Wallace to Bur den, McCormick to I'adden to Kahoe, Mc- Alllater to carr. rassed ball: Mi-Ouim. Time: l b. L'mplrea: Baasett and Car-1 ruthera. (kiaken Wla at Watklagtai. WASHINGTON. Juno S.-Phlladelbhla found Orth's curves very easy today and won tianda down. Tha Melding of the home team wu poor. Attendance, 2.298. Score: PHILADELPHIA. I WASHINGTON. R.H.O A E I R. M O. A. at. PlRkartns. Ml I I I o Hnlmaa. ff . 1 1 I 1 0 Davla. lb.... I I II 1 4 Slbai-h. K...1 14 4 1 I., froaa, lb. 1 I I I 4 LXlrhantr, rf 4 I I 0 I Kay bold, rf... I I I 4 I .Coughlla, Ib. 14 13 0 Murnbr, lb.. 1 I I i 0 raray, in.... 1 1 14 4 0 Hoffman, If.. 1114 0'Maraa. aa.... 4 4 4 4 1 M. Croaa, al I 1 I I Hsbtnaoa, lb. 1 4 4 4 1 Rhreck. a.... 0 4 4 4 4 ("lark, o.... 4 1 I 1 I Ben4w, .... 4 111 4:Orth, 4 414 ToU1s ...1114 17 11 4l TaUla ... I 117 14 I Philadelphia 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 a 412 Washington 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 11 Two-base hlte: Holmes. Pickering. Bey- bold. Three-base hlte: Davis, Murphy, Hoffman. Home run: Belbach. Stolen bancs: Davla, L. Crosa. First base on balls: Off Orth. 2: off Bender. I. Hit by pitched ball: Moran, Davla. Struck out: By Orth. 1; by Bender, 4. Ieft on bases: Washington, 7; Philadelphia, 4. Time; 1:30. Umpire: Sheridan. Close Call at Chicago. CHICAGO. Juno t Chicago defeated Cleveland today. Star outfleldlng. nartlcu larly by Chicago, waa the feature of the game. White pitched In fine form. At- tendance, 1,300. Score: CHICAGO. CLEVELAND. R.H.O. A.E.I R.H.O.A E Hallmaa, If.. 4 1 1 0 0 Bar. rf 1 1 I 9 0 Joaea, cf f - Uren, rf I Callahan, Ib. 1 I 0 Mccarthr. II. I l I l l I I 0'fllrlL, rf 4 0 4 4 4 1 1 O.HItkman. lb. 1 0 14 1 4 T 3 0 Cllngmao. tb 0 1 4 4 0 1 1 0; Bradley, lb.. 4 114 1 4 1 HUocho'ar. a. I I I I I latell, lb.. 0 I Daly, tb I I Tannehlll. aa. 0 1 McKarlMd. 0 1 Wblla. p 4 I 1 1 1 Demla. o 4 14 10 I 1 4 Joaa. a 14 17 1 ' 1 Abbott 4 ToUla ...114 17 1 luLaJoia .... 4 t I Totala ... I I 34 34 I xBatted for McCarthy in ninth. xxBatted for Bay in nlnuh. Chicago 00020100 0-8 Cleveland 0 0 S 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 Left on baaea: Chicago. ; Cleveland. 8. Two-baae hit: Callahan. Sacrifice hlte: McFarland, McCarthy. Stolen baaes: Hick man, uraaiey. Double play: uoennauer to Cllngman to Hickman. Struck out: By While, 3; by Joaa, 2. Baaea on balla: Oft White, &; off Joss, 1. Time: 1:40. Umpire; Connolly. Standing ( the Teams. Played. Won. Lost P.C. .583 .571 66 St 21 16 85 20 15 S7 21 1 33 17 16 8.1 17 1 80 18 18 35 It 10 Si I M Philadelphia Cleveland St. Louis ..il5 .616 Detroit New Tork .600 .475 Washington .257 No games today. ASSOCIATION GAMES Elliott Let Colansbas Dies with Three Hits anal Seores ( Shatoat. MILWAUKEE. June 2. Elliott scored Ms second consecutive shutout against Colum bus today. Attendance, 200. Bcore. MILWACKEU. COLUMBUS. R H.O.A 1C I R.H.O.A E. Dualaary If. 4 4 3 0 4 Bannon, cf... 4 4 4 4 4 Donahue, lb. 4 1 ineaaoo, aa.. w O.Thon.y, If... 4 4,Turar, Ib... 4 Phyla, aa 4 Waod. c 1 Hemphill. If. 4 4 Poi, lb Uaglaub, Ib. I Duncan, rf... 4 Bchlafley, Ib. 4 4 Arndt. rt.... 0 Hay mar, lb. 4 Roach, e 4 1 Cra bill. p.... Elliott, '""J J 1 1 -!l a ... 1 4 37 11 "il Totals ... 1 mil ll ToUls ... 4 I 34 14 1 Milwaukee 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Columbua 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Two-base hit: Elliott. Stolen bases. Wood, TTnglaub, Roach. Baaea on balls: on fei llott. 1; oft Crablll. 2. Hit by pitched ball Han noil. Struck out: By Elliott, fj; by Crablll. 1. Sacrifice hit: Unglaub. Left on bases: Milwaukee. 7: Columbua, . Tlma; 1:20. Umpire: Haskell. Graad Stand Play Defeats LeaisTllle, MINNEAPOLIS. June t With one out in the ninth, Martin knocked the longest home run ever seen at Nlchoilette para over the left field fence, tying tha score for Mlnneanolla. Htlmmel went In to Dltcn In the tenth and prevented Louisville irom scoring, Spooner scoring the winning run on V eager a aingle. Attendance, l.SOu. Score: MINNEAPOLIS. , LOUISVILLE. R.H.O.A.E. R.H.O.A.E IfcCraerr. ill I I I 4 Karvrln. rf... 114 4 4 Bpooaar, lb.. 1 4 9 4 4 Clymar, lb... 14 14 1 Lallv. If 4 114 Odwell. ct... 1 I I 4 1 Smith, rt.... 4 4 1 4 4 Sulllvaa, lb.. 4 4 S 1 I Yaaser, a.... 4 III l ahrlavar. lb. 4 411 4 4 Uclmyra, Ib. I 4 4 4 White, e 4 1 t 3 4 Mania, tb... 114 1 4iWa!aer, U... I I 4 4 Oyler. as 18 13 1 Chllda, aa.... 4 4 111 Thomaa, p... 4 4 11 4 BobaDnon, p. 4 I 1 4 I atlmnel, p.. a 4 4 4 uVaaUaear 4 4 4 4 Totala ... 4 nit II I Tola la ... I 1 14 14 31 xTwo out when winnlna run was made. aaVaabindar batted for Thomaa tn ninth. Minneapolis 1 10010001 1-4 Louisville 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-4 Two-baaa hits: Odwell. White. Three- base hits: MoCreery 12). Home run: Mar tin. ttaaee on bulla: Off Thomaa, 4; oft Btimmel, 2; by Bohannon, 4. Struck out: Hy Thomaa, 2; by Bohannon, t. Hit by pltchud ball: Mccreary, wnc. pitcn: i nomas. S.K'rlfloe hits: Lailv. Clvnier. Bohannon. Blolnn baaea: Martin, Lally, Sullivan. Left on baaea: Minneapolis. ': Louisville, a. Time: 2:w. umpires: Mullane and Can ul um ham. Chaanploas Loan at St. Paal. ST. PAUL, June 1 The locals had an easy time with tha champions today apd defeated them badly, earning ten of their fifteen runa. Attendance, on. Bcore: IT. PAIL. IKDIAMAPOLla. R.HO. A. B.I R.H.O.A.E Oelar, If 1 1 4 4 4 Hogrlevar, rt 4 1 I t I Bhanaaa, cf.. I Jackaoa, rt.. I tk-naelee. aa.. I i ru, lb 4 e.Jon.a, If..... 1 Klhia. lb 1 Wheeler, b. I Hugglaa, Ik. I Keliey, Ik .. I coulter, ef... 4 U'Brlea, aa.. 4 Temeelt, lb.. 4 Heydon. a... 1 Kelluna. p... 4 Sulllvaa, a... I atewart. p .. 4 Totals ...II II 37 I I Totals ... I 11 14 11 I 8L Paul 0 i 0 0 2 4 16 lndianapolla 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 03 Two-baae hlta: Wheeler (21. Huaaina. Kelley. Threa-beae hlta: Schaefer, Hey- don. itome run: ninm, Btoleu baaes Jackaon, Wheeler, Kelley. Double plays: Stewart to Kelley; Sullivan to Kelley; Stewart to aumvan to Kelley. Bases on balls: Oft Siuwart, 1; off Kellum. 4. Struck out: By Stewart, s; by Kellum, 8. Wild Ditch: Stewart. Sacrifice hlta: Bliannon lft on bases: Bt. Paul, t; Indianapolis. 7. Time: i:s. i mpire; aaoras. Canaes Postpaaed. At Kanaas City Kansas City-Toledo, no game. leading; at the Tei Played. Wor. Loat P.C. Milwaukee H 24 8 .760 Bt. Paul 21 14 ."0 lndianapolla 35 18 17 .618 Minneapolis 37 18 II .41-7 Hunsae Cty a ll lb .4M IxMilaville 85 14 11 .V0 Columbus 36 14 21 .4U1 Toledo M 14 23 . 3s9 Gamea today: Louisville at Minneapolis inaianapoua at bl rtui; loiumoua at Mil waukee; Toieuo al Kansas city. Ilealey Begalta Kalrles. I1NDON. June J. The entries for tha Henley reaatla. July T to 9. rloeed fodav. The llat Includes Tltua of the Atlanta Huat club of New York, Juvenal of the Yevpor uoal ciud or rniiaoeipiua, Bennies of the Dun Rowing club of Toronto and I he Arao. I nauls of Torenle. ll waa ajaaoimiTtrt paa XAfatUo iMi nigbt that the Argonauts had definitely decided not to compete at Henley thla year. GAMES IN WESTERN LEAGUE Batting streak la Slath Inning Score niialai Rial for Dee Molaea. DEB MOTNr.S. June 2. Dea Mnlnea won today game In the sixth Inning, when three runa were scored on a batting atreak. i ne pitcnera were evenly matrneii and tne game was Intereatlng. Attendance, jno. Score: R.H.E. Dea Molne 00000800 0-8 8 t Denver 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1 I 0 Batteries: Pes Moines. Morrison and Fohl; Denver, narber and Lattlmer. Postponed Gaines, PEORIA, June 2. Peoria-SL Joseph gam postponed; Peoria team In Kansas, water bound. MILWAUKEE. June J The Milwaukee. Kansas City game postponed on account of tha non-arrival from the weat of the Mil waukee team. Standing of the Teams. Played. Won. Lost PC. .KM .842 .819 .40 .417 .417 .275 .364 Colorado flnrlngs..., 2 24 t jvii:waukee 24 13 11 Df-nver 28 14 13 Kansas City 26 12 13 Peoria 24 W 14 St. Joseph 24 14 14 Iks Moines 24 0 ib Omaha 22 8 14 Onmea todav: Cnloradn Rnrin.a at Omaha, St. Joseph at Peoria, K ansae City at Milwaukee, Denver at Dea Moines. WILL PLAY BASE BALL TODAY Colorado Pprlaas Will Oiaa Series with Rearke Faaallr Thla Afternoon. Yesterday's game with CnlnraHn Bnein did not materialize, aa tha ground was en tirely too wet and soft to play on, but tha games will begin this afternoon, and Com panion win 00 a utua tooling with tha top notchers. Thursday and Mondav will be ladles' days, thus giving the fair ones an opportunity 10 see tne two mountain teams with only an expenditure of car far and peanut money. EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS Whitney's Reliable Wine Carletoa Stake at CiraTesead, with Fire Eater Second. NEW YORK, June 2.-Reliable, owned by William C. Whitney, won the Carleton stake at Graveaend today. The son of Wutercresa waa second choice In the bet ting. Tommy Burns, his rider, rode an excellent race, avoiding tha early pace and bringing his mount home two lengths lu front. Fire Eater, the pacemaker to the stretch, lasted long enough to beat the favorite, Kivor Pirate, for the place. Re sults: First race, about six furlongs: Astarlti won, Ctnquevalll second. City Banker third. Time: 1:10. Second race, one and one-sixteenth mltea? Sambo won, Courtenay second, Ben How ard third. Time: 1:49. Third race, five furlonrs. aeltlnr- Aarnea Brennan won, Mlmon aecond. Moorhen third. Time: 1:01ft. i-ourtn race, the carleton atuke. one mile: Reliable won, Fire Eater aecond, River Pirate third. Time: 1.40. Fifth race, one mile and seventy varda: Torchlight won. Stamping Ground second, Flocarline third. Time: 1:46. Sixth race, five furlongs, selling: Monet won. Luminosity second, Tol Ban third. Time: l:02Vi. ST. LOUIS. June 2. The racea at tha fair grounda today were only ordinary. The track was heavy, in the third race imooden beat j. w. U Nelll, the odds-on favorite, very unexpectedly. Renults: First race, five furlongs, purse: Rhyme and Reason won, Getchell aecond, Bugler intra. Time: i:im. Second race, six furlongs, selling: Stub 'on, Flaah of Night second. Dottie Shuts intra. Tlma: i:ziy. Third race, five and a half furlongs, purse: Imboden won, J. W. O Nelll second, Matt Wadlelgh third. Time: 1:1314. f ourth race, one and one-elirhth miles. selling: King Barleycorn won, Dawson second. The Way third. Time: 9:04. - mh race, seven furlonga, Dtrrse: Echo dale won, Jerry Hunt second. Gas Lighter third. Time: l;34. Sixth race, one and one-eighth milea. selling: itusseiiion won, joe uoughly sec ond. Chandoo third. Time: 2:03Vk. CINCINNATI. June 2. The Latonla Oaks was decided today over a heavy track and resulted in an eaay victory for John F. Schorr's nlly, Eaherln. Eaherin was favor ite in the betting at 8 to t and waa the only horse played in the race by the big betters. After the first half the race was iust a gallop for her. Ed Corrlgan shipped jtmco here from Chicago and sent Johnnie Re I IT to ride her, but the Ally could not untrack herself and finished last. Jockey Hyams was thrown at the post iri the third race and received a fracture of tha ahoulder. He waa on Senor, which was left at tha post Results: First race, aix furlongs: Whltmore won. Curate aecond, pepper dick third. Time 1:24. Seoond race, six furlongs: Ailyar won, Quiail second. Lovable third. Tune: 1:22A. Third race, one mile: Klimoria won. The Bronae Demon second. Goo Goo third. Time: 1:62A. Fourth race, nvs ruriongs: rroceeds won. Ed Tlerney second, Bclplo third. Time: 1:07. Fifth race. La ton la oaks, mile and quarter, value to winner 84,080: Eaherln won, iiimannen second, miss ton tniro. Time: 1:21. Sixth race, mile and one-sixteenth: Tufta won. Ruby Kay second, Phil Archibald third. Time: 2:01. CHICAGO. June 2. Talpa. at 12 to 1. won the mile handicap for S-year-olds and up ward at Hawthorne today, with The Forum, 9 to 1. aecond. and McChcsney. ft t-j 1, third, a head In front of Luclen Appleby, the favorite. The time waa Talpa was next to the longest shot In the race and won by two and a hair lengtns. Mel ther McCheaney nor uucien Appieny ap peared to be In condition for such heavy going aa the track afforded today. Weather cool ana threatening, neauua: First race, aeven turiongs: nargis won Mr. Dlna-le aecond, Prairie Dog third. Time: 1:36. Second race, nva ruriongs: eoioier or Fortune won, Salto second. Lady Free Knight third. Time: 1:074- Third race, anon course sieepiecnase Hike of York won, fey ion second, Dr, Nnwlln third. Time: I:67tt- Fourth race, one mile: laipa won. The Fnnim second, McC'hesney third. Time 1:38. Firth race, one ann one-rourtn miles Captain Hugh Bradler won. Caxton second ainrlnrstead third. Time: 2:154. PARIS. June i w. tv. vannerniua Alnha won the Prix McKenxle-Grleves, worth $?.00fi, at the Longchamps meeting today. Women Coatead at Golf. NEW YORK. June !. The fourth an nual tournament of the Women'! Metropol ltan Golf association to decide the women's championship waa begun today on the links of the Richmond County Country club. Btaten Island, promises to oe maae inter esting by tne participation ot airs. ti. a. Manlce. present Metropolitan champion, and Mr a. Charlea S. 8lout, formerly Mlaa Genevieve Hecker, the national champion. who waa deposed by Mrs. Manlce last aea- ( son. . Today Mrs. Mar.lce defeated her oppo nent, Mra. E. A. Bennett of Harbor Hill, 9 up and 7 to play, ana Mrs. etout peat Mrs. W. Fellows Morgan ot Baltusrol 7 up and I to play. Root aad Gardiner Bla-a. CHICAGO. June 2. Jack Root and George Gardiner signed articles tonight fur a twenty-round battle at Fort Erie, Ont., on the afternoon of July 4 for the light weight championship of the world. -he International Athletic club agreea to put up a guaranteed purse of t7,6uO or Uie men can have the privilege of taking b0 per cem vi win iuh ieueiiia. Tha weight agreed upon ia It pounds at 9 o'clock the morning of the fight. Aeaertran Defeated at Tennla. IiONDON, June 2 In the Middlesex lawn tennis championship, gentlemen's singles, handicap gamea. today, Clarence Hobart, the American player, owing SO. waa beaten by E. Parton, scratch, by two aets to love. in tne doublea Burkail and Hobart, giving 16. beat Atklnxon and D. H. Ralberglen by two sets to love. Its Risk Yenr Life If you neglect pile. They will causa fatal diaeasea, but Bucklen's Arnica Balv post tlvely cures or no pay. 2Sc. For sal by Kuhn ft Co. JJndge t'aldwei: ie Retire. LITTLE ROCK. Ark. June 2-lt U re. llably reimi-ted thai Henry Caldwell fcHt.ru! iu.i.Tc of C'e hicht'i circuit, will tsui item ui benva va juu t ELEMENTS WEAKEN CROPS Weather Baretn Showe floods and Drouths Came Great Damage. MUCH OF CORN CROP TO BE REPLANTED . Mack Injnry, hat aa the Whole Makes Satisfactory Ad aaresaeat. WASHINGTON, June 2.-The weekly crop bulletin of the Weather bureau Is as follows: The state of the lower Missouri valley and portiona of the Mississippi valley have suffered much from heavy ralna, especially Iowa, the eastern portion of Kansaa and Nebraska and western Missouri. The drouth continues In New England, tha northern portion ot the middle Atlantic states and in Florida, and rains are needed In portions ot the central gulf states and In eouthern Texas. Drouth conditions have been wholly relieved In the Ohio valley and over the greater part of the southern mid dle Atlantic states. The greater part of the week was unseasonably cool In the lower Missouri valley and the lower suit state, damaging frost occurring In the last named district. Very favorable tem perature prevailed In tha lower Ohio val ley and the east gulf states. More favor able condition than in the previous week are reported from the Pacific coast states. much needed shower having occurred in Oregon and Washington. Wet weather baa eauaed further delay In corn planting In the Missouri and upper Mississippi valley, where much of this work I unfinished and the early planted U becoming weedy. Rain Damage Crees. In the eaatern portion of Kanaas and Ne braska and Iowa corn fields have been badly washed out and much replanting will be necessary. In Iowa the acreage will be materially reduced. In Illinois planting la practically finished and an excellent stand attained. In the central and upper Ohio valley planting la alao delayed and early fields In some portion are Buffering for cultivation. In the southern state corn ha experienced a very favorable week and I largely laid by. Winter wheat on low lands In th east ern portions of Kansas and Nebraaka and northwestern Mlsaouri ha sustained injury from flood, but on tha whole the crop has mads satisfactory advancement, an Im provement being generally Indicated In the Ohio valley, lake region and middle At lantic states. Harvesting is general in Tcxaa and ha begun in Arkanaas and North Carolina, Winter wheat haa made slow growth in Washington and Oregon and tha fields in the eastern portion of Oregon are unusually weedy. In California the outlook Is not promising and much late wheat Is being cut for hay. e Wheat Dola Well. In Nebraska, th Dakota and northern Minnesota spring wheat ha made splendid progTe, but in southern Minnesota, Wis con Bin and Iowa,, the crop on low lands ha suffered much from heavy ralna In Wash ington and Idaho th crop Is greatly im proved. On low lands' In the lower Mis souri and upper .Mississippi valleys oat have suffered from heavy rains, but on the whole the crop has don well, and In tha Ohio valley a general Improvement la re ported. In New York and Pennsylvania the outlook is not promising. - Harvesting ha begun In Texas. Jo . ' Further improvemeTtt'ln the condition of cotton Is generally itTdicAtPd, but the crop, a a rule, I from two1 to three weeks late. Better atands are reported from the Caro lina. Tenneaaee, Alabama and portion of Mississippi, Louisiana and Texaa. In Ar kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri the crop I greasy. Cutworms are causing damage In central and southern Texas. Th prospect for apples are promising In many of the Important apple states. In southern Mlsaouri, however, a very light crop la Indicated, and in New England se rious injury ha been done by recent frosts. The hay crop conttnuea promising In the Mlsaouri and upper Mississippi valley and further Improvement la reported from the Ohio valley and middle Atlantic states.. Indian Begin Proceed lags. Th Delaware Indian today instituted In the district supreme court proceedings to enjoin the secretary of the interior and the Five Civilised Tribe commission from allowing any Cherokee to make en tries on any of the land segregated for the benefit of the Delaware in th In dian Territory. Th suit allege that there were 11.876 acre set aalde to remain aegre gated pending the ault before the United States supreme court Involving questions effecting thoae landa. .The petitioners ask for the cancellation of all entries on thei landa To Dlaeaaa Raaalaa, Atrocities. Simon Wolf has written to Secretary Hay to make an appointment to receive the executive committee of the B'Nai B'Kltn. which desires to make certain representa tlons to the secretary respecting the treat ment of Jews In Rusala. The committee Is understood to be lortl flud with a large mass of detailed testimony respecting the terrible happening at Klsh Ineff. The secretary baa accordingly fixed Monday, June IS, a th date for th con ference. , Attltade ef Canada Change. Hop of the reassembling ot t'he high joint commission haa again been aband oned. Mr. Chamberlain s speech In the British Parliament laat week, It ia Mid, la largely responsible for th new attitude of Canada. The hope held out by him to Canada of preferential treatment of Cana dian Importa Into England ha overbalanced any desire the Canadians might have for reciprocity with the United States. The reciprocity proposition waa the leading feature of th program to be submitted te tb high Joint commission and as th Canadian show no disposition now to consider reciprocity, It Is said that ther will be no occasion to reconvene the com mission for the consideration of other and mailer subjects on th program. Mra. Reoaevelt Back from Groton. Mr. Roosevelt returned today from Uro- ton, where she went to vialt her sons, who are at school thr. The naval yacht Sylph left here today for New York, where It will be utilised by th president and family In their summer outing at Oyster Bay. Rear Admiral Riva. commander-in-chief of th North Atlantic squadron of the French navy, waa a guest of honor at a dinner given by Ambassador Jesaerand at th French embassy tonight. Tha invited gueata Included Secretary Root, Aaalatant Secretary of the Navy Darting, Admiral Dewey, Aaalatant Recretary of State Looml. Assistant Secretary of War Sanger, Rear Admiral Taylor and other naval o Ulcere. Order to Arreat l.aeear. Secretary Root haa directed the arreat and trial of Lieutenant Joseph Lacour, Sixteenth Infantry,' when he la found, on tbe charge of being short In company funds, the amount being about 8400. If not found will In three month he will be dropped from the army aa a deserter. Th secretary accepted the resignation, of Lieutenant David McCoarh, artillery corpa, and Lieutenant Jamea A. Roane, Sixteenth Infantry, for th good of th service. tievi urr Meodj. t4ura4 ho WhablBjua iniiai ---'-:--'-: ' ti'iU "' - L today from his trip through the weat, dur ing which he spent almost the entire month of May with the president. Joining him when he entered California and leaving him laat Sunday morning. The secretary says President Roosevelt Is enjoying hi trip thoroughly. Secretary Moody says the president aimed to create a sentiment In favor of a larger navy, notably in the In terior of the country, where the people do not have the opportunity to see war ships. Secretary Moody himself Is anxious there shall be no retrogression In our naval progress. Secretary Moody declined to say whether he would recommend the conatructlon of flv battleahlp by the next aesslon ot congress, an Inference deduced in some quarter as a result of his speech at Salt Lake, when he told the governor that It the next congress controlled the navy as well a tha last he would nam one of the battleship in honor of the state of Utah, nor will he be prepared to say whether the administration had in contemplation a general naval program with a view ot the conatructlon of five ships a year. Oleomargarine Deeialoa. Commissioner Yerkes of the Internal Revenue bureau today determined the caae of a Chicago oleomargarine manufacturer In which wa involved the question whether the maximum and minimum rate of tax should be assessed on the oleomargarine In the manufacture of which palm oil had been used. In the case decided today a very small quantity of palm oil was mixed with cottonseed oil, the result to be to give the finished product a shade of yellow like butter. The commissioner holds that the yellow tint given to the oleomargarine by th use of palm oil with cottonaeed oil waa In effect artificial coloration within the meaning of the law, and hence the product waa ubject to a tax of 10 centa a pound Instead of one-fourth of 1 cent, the tax assessed on uncolored oleomargarine. The amount Involved in this particular case is about 835,000. Work of Supreme Conrt. The United States supreme court during the term which closed yesterday finally disposed of 423 caae. When the court ad journed there were only 295 caaea on th docket to be argued, which 1 a smaJlet number than ha been left over for ev- ral year. Guns enough to man thre or in new 18,000-ton battleahlps were contracted fot today by the Bureau of Ordnance. Th Meadvllle Steel company and the Bethle hem 8tel company were awarded the con tracts, which Involve approximately $1,000, 000. MRS. LOO LIN IS RELEASED May G ta Montreal and Walt There for Receipt of Cer tificate. SAN FRANCISCO, June 2. After six week of captivity In the Paeiflo Mall hed Mr. Loo Lin, th Chlneae Chrlatlan teacher and dttor. who plight arouaed a torm of proteat In New York, whither ah wa going to rejoin her huaband and open a school for Chlneae children. 1 to be re leased on bond and permitted to travel to Montreal, where h will remain pending th receipt ot a certificate from China es tabllahlng her right to entry aa a student. MORE LAND FOR SETTLEMENT Treaty with Indians Will Throw Open Million aad Quarter Acres. SALT LAKE, June t Major Jamea Mc Laughlln, repreaentlng th government, haa cloaed a treaty with tha Uintah Indians, aa a reault ot which 1.260.000 acre of reaerva tlon land will be thrown open for settle. ment tn October. 1904. HYMENEAL Crosa-Hlbberd. YORK, Neb., June 2. (Special.) Miss Pauline Mabel Hlbberd, formerly of York county and well known here, wa married at Minneapolis to Mr. Frederick u. cross of Everett, Wash. A.Gead Thing for Methes. H sh is tired out. sickly, run down, Elactrlo BltUra will give her new life, or there' D charge. Try tbem. 60c. For sale by Kubn ft Co. Vreamau' Resignation Aecepted. CHICAGO. June !.-The Board cf Ad ministration of Kuskln university haa ac cepted the resignation of Walter Vrooman aa trustee, and this wlthcut reference to his personal or business affairs. The board emphatically declares against the propa ganda of political aoclallain. though one of its departments la aociology, with couraea In economic ana industrial History and eco nomic from tha union labor standpoint, rendition at Mctoak Vnchnnged. DAYTON, O.. June J Th condition of General Alexander McCooa remaiua prao- ue4i Mnniiangso. First in price First in quality First in aroma the great The Largest Selling Brand of Cigivri in the World The B&ad is the Smoker's Protection. HEAVY FAILURE IN TORONTO Canadian Brokers Go to Wall and Create a Panic SEVERAL MILLIONS ARE INVOLVED Continuous Decline In Securities Held by Ames A Co. Compel Firm to Announce Suspension of . Its Bastness. TORONTO, Ont., June 2. A. E. Ame & Co., one of the leading Arm of banker and brokera In Canada closed their doors today. Their failure was due to heavy decline In Canadian ecurltlea which have been extensively dealt In on New York and I.Boston exchanges a well a on the ex changes here and at Montreal. It ia stated that when market condition have become settled and th securities held by the company and their customers reach figure approximating something like their actual value, assets will fully offset their liabilities. The stocks in which Ame ft Co. and their client have been largely In terested in ar Dominion Steel, common. purchased around 870 and which are now eellina; at $15 per share; Bloaa-Sheffleld and other industrial purchased at figure much higher than' their preaent prices. Twin City, which hs declined from 128 to 92, waa another stock held in large block by the firm' client. After a meeting 6f the members of the firm It waa decided to auspend payment. Th following notice Was poeted: Owing to the contlnuoua severe decline in the securities market we have found it necessary to susDend navment and would I ask the indulgence of our friends fot- a few days until we can prepare a statement of our affairs and decide what la best to be done. AM tea ft COMPANY. The liabilities ot the Arm ar hard to get at, but rough estimatea ot them show a follows: I To depositors in th saving bank branoh, about $200,000, .No estimate can be given of liabilities to clients whose stock were being carried in margins, but they will be hundred of thousand ot dollar. To bankers and financial institution on tocks the liabilities, it ia expected, will reach $10,000,000. Liabilities under this head are secured by the stock plus the margin, o that ther 1 no possibility of loss to th lender onlass all stock valuea disappear. On thla announcement a panic ensued on the stock exchange. Hundreds of per sons gathered In front of th offioea of th company, clamoring for information aa to the extent ot the firm' liabilities. Th last statement of the savings depart ment of th firm showed $30n,0OO on deposit. It Is Impossible to figure the firm's total liability t the present tim owing to the extensive fluctuation In price of aecurl ties tn which the company and It client are heavily Interested. It is stated on good authority that Mr. Amea ha put $1,000,000 into th business and th other member of th firm. A. R. Tudhope, F. D. Fraaer and A. E. Wallace, sum aggregating nearly th same amount It la known that on of tha Toronto bank recently advanced $200,000 to Amea ft Co., in th hop that that amount would be sufficient to tide over th affair of th firm. Ten million dollar Is th amount of the firm' liabilities a generally agreed upon by banker and broker. Agalnat thla amount th company holda securities which In any half normal condition of th market would be ample. B. E. Walker, general manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce said today that although Mr. Ame kept hi caah ac count at that bank, their relation had not been at all close for many montha paat. Mr. Ames' Indebtedness to th bank waa less than $250,000, and th bank waa secured by dock which arj not affected by th suspension. Nor would Amea ft Co.' sus pension, Mr. Walker said, affect any other ' e-1 TaV i V If,' Beware of Unscrupulous Druggists who endeavor to palm off an inferior and often harmful substitute on the unsuspecting public. Always ask for HUNYADI JANOS-not 6imply Hunyadi when you want the best natural laxative waterltnown to tbe world. AN H1H 0 1 JTiM . , , I'll " mmsmmmsim 5c Cig& financial Institution In the city so far a I he knew. NEW YORK. June 2. Ame ft Co. hava several correspondents in this city, Includ ing two exchange firms, Laidlaw ft Co. and W. H. Goadby ft Ce. The Insolvent Arm la said to be on of the largest and beet known In Canada. Tho amount ot Ame ft Co.' assets and llubllltles 1 not even approximately known here. It Is not believed that their local rep resentatives are at all Involved financially. The firm of A. E. Ames ft Co. had a com mercial rating of more than $1,000,000. The failure Wa ot much Interest In view of the fact that the firm tn ttmea past has had large dealings with- Boston brokers. Senator George A. Cox, father-in-law of Mr. Ames, Is president of th Bank of Com merce and the Canadian' Insurance com pany and other concerns, beeldee the vice president of the Dominion Coal company and the Dominion Steel and Iron company. Immense companies formed largely by Bos ton money. Of late the control it the coal and Iron companies Is supposed to have been largely held In Toronto. According to Boston brok ers, Ames' company .waa principally inter ested In Dominion Coal and Dominion Iron, which for weeks have been declining In this market and at Montreal. Local Inter ests have been affected by tha failure. DEATH RECORD. Prof. J. P. Leslie. BOSTON. June 2. Prof. J. P. Leslie, the famous geologist of the University of Penn sylvania, la dead at his home In Milton. Prof. Leslie wa rated a on of th most expert, geologist In th world. He wa profesaor of geology and mining and dean of the scientific faculty of Pennsyl vania from 1S72 to 1878 and since 18S9 has been professor emeritus at that institution. Ha was born in Philadelphia September 17. 1819. He was pastor of the Conrreratlon1 ; church at Milton from 1848 to 1881. Then hla viewa on theological matters changed and he left the ministry to enter upon a Bclentlflo career, settling Jn Philadelphia. Mra. F.llsaheth Row. BEATRICE, Neb., June' t (Special.) Mrs. Elisabeth Bowe, aged 89 years, for many years a resident of this city, died Sunday morning, after a lingering. Illness of chronlo gastritis. She 1 survived by a family of four children, thre daughter and one son. The funeral wa held thla afternoon at 2:80 from the family home. H. B. Kelly. WAVERLY, Ia.. Jun 2 H B. Kelly, president of the Kelly Canning company of thl city, and widely known In canning cir cles, died today of .cancer of the' stomach. Mr. Kelly was president of the Iowa Can nera' association and formerly president of the national organization. He was also prominent tn Masonic circles. Joatah Caleb Bartlett. CHICAGO, June 2. Joalah Caleb Bartlett. superintendent of the relief department of the Burlington railroad, U uead of hem morhage ot the brain. Mr. Bartlett, who waa well known Id railroad circle, was a grandson of Joalah Bartlett, one of th signer of the Declaration of Independence. Mra. Louise Wluter. BEATRICE. Neb., June 2 (Special.) Mra. Louise Winter, wife of Arthur Winter, died at her home in Ellis Sunday, after an Illness ot measles, combined with an attack of pneumonia. Deceased was 23 year old and the mother ot four children. Interment was In Ellis cemetery. Joseph C'llne. ALBION. Neb., June X (Special.) Joseph Cllne, one of the oldest residents of Albion, died yesterday morning, after a lingering illness. He came here n-ore than twenty years ago and haa been continuously en gaged In th mercantile business since. He leave a large family of grown children and a widow to mourn his loss. Verdict of Not Gnllty. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.. June 2 AHor ney Gerrit Albers. one of the five men In dicted by the grand Jury lu connection with the Grand Rapids water SJpply aean dal, was today declared nut guilty by the superior court Jury. He was cnaraed witn offering a bribe to Alderman .'oi-eph Henl-han. notice j ;&:H$mkyt&& 1 1