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St, Louil Takei Second 6amt in Eeriei
with Bo to ;.
Visitors Ootbat the St. I.onla Tram,
hmt Are I nfnrlana'r In Bnnrhlm
Their Hits and l.o
the Game.
6T. I)CI3, May 12.-Tte St. kouls Na
tional league pm took the second of the
Boston sirlos toJ.iy by i score of 2 to 1.
The visitors again outhit the locals, but
were . unfortunate In not being able to
bunch their safeties. Attendance, 3,100.
Farr.ll. tb ...O 0 4 0 0'gIh ct 1 1 1
gt.annon. rf..t l "Tenner, in. ..u t u
Ilerklar. ID.. 0 via i ucurnfjr. rf..
drain, of...
Allay, aa. ..
Burk. 16.
Barrlar, If
Ur.fly, ...
Taylor, p..
0 I onlay. If 0
Ati'tn. hlo. . A
0 I'H'UaMjr, 3b 0
) Havm-r. 2b. . 0
0 1110 Mnrari. c 0
.... 0 0 14 O WIllla. p 0
Nwdliam, O.. 0
... 6 27 14 0,'tannell 0
. 0 1 10
Cnlllna. !b ... I
Flahl. rf 1
Krman. rf . . I
Parent, aa 0
Wham, lb 0 1 11
Frrla. lb.... 1 1
Farmll. .... 0
Tannthlll. p.. 1
t I
1 t
I 1
0 1
1 0
1 Total! 1 24 1 1
Batted for Willis in ninth.
Ft. Louis 0 0 u 0 2 0 0 0 -2
Boston 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Earned runs: St. Lonla, 1; Boston, 1.
Two-base hit: Cooli-y. Stolen bases: Ueler,
Cooley. Base on balls: off Taylor, a; oft
Willis, 1. Struck out: By Taylor, 2. Left
on bases: St. Iouls, 3; Boston, . Time:
1:23. Umpire: Moran.
Poor Brand of Pitching;.
CINCINNATI, May 12 PKir ttelillng nnd
almost equally poor pltrlilng marked tho
game between the ClnelnnatlH and the New
iorks today. Harper became sie;uipr and
received perfect support In the closing In
nings, to which the locals may credit thel!
victory. llnnugir McUruw and Dalilen of
the New York t"iim were banished trom
the grounds for disputing I'mplie Ktnsllu s
decisions. Attendance, 6.J0O. Score:
H.H.O.A.B I R.H.O.A.E.
Huaalna. 2b.. 1 I 1 1 Drnwne. rf.... 110 0
V u Pevlin, 3U. . . . l l i
1 1 Mlann, lb.. 1 1 11
0 0 Mn-lea. if . .. . 0
4 2'Ni l urm'k. cf 1
0 O.Dahleu, aa... 0
1 U JJrrKiiahan, aa 0
illlbrrt, Sb. 1
lionlln, If.... 1
Kallay, lb.... I
Dolan. rf 1
1 0
2 12
0 1
Corcoran, aa.. 1 1 I
(Klwell, cf.... 1
Woodruff, lb. 1
Brhlel, o...... 1
llarpr, p.... 1
I 4
2 1
1 I
ToUla 11 II 27 12 6
Warner, c... 1
Muttiawaon, p 0
1 1
1 3
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 7
0 0
Total, 7 6 24 10 5
Cincinnati 4002 2 811 013
New York 004O2O1OO7
Karned runs: Cincinnati, 4; New York,
t. Two-base hits I nnlln, Oil well, Sehlel.
Three-base hit: Kelly. Sacrifice hltc:
Hugging, Corcoran, Devlin (2i. Stolen
buses: Devlin, OUwell. Double plays.
Woodruff, Kelly to Corcoran: Corcoran to
Kelly. Klrst liuse on balls: Off Harper, 6;
off Matthewson, 6. Hit by Harper: l.
Struck out: lly Harper, 3; by Mutlnewson,
6. Wild pitches: Matthewson, 2. Time:
11:06. Umpire: Kmslie.
Philadelphia ghat Oat.
CHICAGO, May 12. Brown held Philadel
phia down to live si-ullerud hits und, backed
by excellent support, easily scored a shut
out. The Chicago team made their flrsi
two runs on a have on bulls followed by two
singles, and the. other runs on a two-bagger,
a sacrifice and two singles. Attend
ance, 2,6oO. Score:
R.H.O.A.B. R. II. OAK.
Wicker, cf.... 1
Caaer, 2b 1
Chance, lb. . . I
McCarthy, If. 0
Jonea, rf 0
Ever, 2b 0
Khn, o 0
Tinker, aa. ... 0
Brown, p 0
1 4
0 I
9 10
1 1
1 0
1 I
0 t
0 0
1 I
0 0 Thomaa, rf... n
1 1 Uleason, lb. . . 0
I 0 Tltua, rf V
0 O.Wolverfn, 3b 0
0 0 VanUuren, If. 0
4 0 Doyle, lb 0
1 0 Hall, aa 0
t O lloth, c 0
t 0 Duj.ll,, by, P. 0
Totals 4 IT 14 ll Total! 0 ( 24 17 1
Chicago 20000200 4
Philadelphia OOOOOOO'O 00
Left on bases: Chicago, 2; Philadelphia,
4. Two-base hits: Wicker, Brown, Both.
Sacrifice hits: McCarthy, Casey. Stolen
base: Bother. Double plays: Casey, Kvnns
and Chance; Van Buren and Gleuson; Titus
and Doyle; Hall, Gleason nnd Doyle,
Struck out; . By Brown, 3; by Duggleby, 3.
Time: 1:20. Umpire: Johnstone.
Pittsburg Bnts Out Victory. .
PITTSBITHG. May 12-Cronln was easy,
and Plttsbui butted itself to victory. Phil
lippe pitched In tine form, and Brooklyn
reached third base but twice. Attendance.
8.230. Score:
H.H.O.A.B. It.a.OAE.
Beaumont, cf. 1 1 2 0
Clarka, if.... 0 110
Leach. lb....0 1 0
Wasnar. aa. ., 0 1 0 4
ftebrlns, rf... 1 1 2 0
brananeld, lb 1 I 10 0
Kite hey, lb... I 2 0 0
Phrlpa. e 1 1 11 0
Fblillppa, p.. 6 0 0 1
0 Strang. 2b.... 0
OlSherkard, If.. 0
0 Lumley, rf..
JlIJ.il.b3. cf....
0:!ll;oi. lb...
Cronln. p.
0 1
o a
0 2
1 1
I 12
0 1
1 0
1 4
1 0
Totala I 10 27 7 1 TotiiU n a u a
Pittsburg 03030000 8
Brooklyn 0O00O000 C 0
Karned runs: Ilttsburg, 3. Two-base
hits: Kltchey, Cronln. Three-base hits:
Clarke, Wagner. Home fun: Beaumont
Bacritlce hits: Phelps, Plillllppe. Stolen
uunrrn. jtiion, 6. rust uase on nans: uu
Cronln, 8. Hit by pitched ball: Bransflelcl.
Struck out: By Phlllipr.c, H; b Cronln, 2.
Time: 1:45. Umpire: simmer.
' Standing; of the Teams.
Placed. Won. Lost. P.O.
New York
Chicago ...
Brooklyn ..
St. Louis .
PltusburK ..
.. 26
.. 20
.. 21
.. 21
.. 22
.. 21
.. 20
15 6 .750
17 8 .080
11 t .560
11 10 .624
10 11 .476
8 14 .364
8 13 .350
6 16 .250
Game today: Brooklyn at Pittsburg.
Washington lias a Relapse and Lets
Visitors Win (lame,
WASHINGTON. May 12 Mason pitched
splendid ball lor Washington for four in
nings and then went to pieces In the fifth,
St. Louis scoring six runs before being re
tired. .Poor lielulng also helped the Browns
to win by the score of to 7. Sudhoft was
hit hard. Attendance, 2,000. Score:
Hemphill, rf. 1
Pad.len, 2b... 0
HelArlik. cf.. 1
Wallacs, as. 1
Hurkelt. If... 1
I 1
0 I
1 I
1 t
0 0
Jnnea, lb 1 1 10
Hill. Sb 1
Suiden, e.... 1
Stldhoir, p.... 1
Biade, p 0
0 3
1 4
0 1
0 0
0 Moran, aa.... 2
0:1 ouKhlln, 3b. 1
O'Sill.acb, If... 0
it, Drill, rf 1
0 I'asaldy, cf. .. 1
0 M.Corm'k. 2b 0
Total! I 8 27 14 0
1 0 stahl. lb 1 I 11 1
0 0 Klltredge. c. 1 1 7 0
1 0 Mrt,on. p 8 0 0 1
S O J4.-ot.aon, p.. 0 0 0 1
Duiikla 0 0 0 0
Totala 7 It 17 II 4
Dunkle batted for Jacobsen.
St. I-ouls o 0 0 0 8 0 0 3 08
Washington 1 0 1 2 0 0 8 0 07
Karned runs: Wiu-hlnston, a Two-base
hits: Couglilln, 8.-llach, Moran (2). Home
run: Wallace. Stolen base: Hugden. Sacri
fice hits: McCormlck, Hill. First base on
balls: Off Mason, H; off Sudhoff. 2; oft
Olade, 1. Pitched balls: Mason, Jacobsen.
Struck out: By Mason, 6; by Jncobsen, 1;
by Sudhoff, 2; by Glade, 1. Left on bases:
St. Louis, ; Washington, S. Wild pitch:
jVlason. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Sheridan.
Xew York Gets a Hard Bump,
NEW YORK, May 12. -Cleveland played
all around New York today, shutting out
the local men by a score of 7 to 0. Chesbio
was hit very hard, while Donohue kept the
hits well scattered. Klherfeld and I.ajole
collided In the seventh Inning and the
former was forced to retire from the gams.
Attendance, 6,lk0. Score:
Bar. ef 1
l.uah. If I
Ilradley,' 3b.. 0 1 3
Lajola, lb.... 1 I I
Kluk. rf Ill
Hickman, lb . 1 I II
Turner, aa.... 113
2imia. c 0
Itonohua, p.. 0
1 4
7 13 21 10
Keelor, rf.
KulU, cf...
Blhtirfeld, aa. 0
llevllle, lb... 0
A llllania. 3b. 0
ti.leraon. If.. 0
"anaal, Ib-aa. 0
'hiiey. lb. . . 0
M.'Ouira, a. . . 0
-ubro, p... 0
t 17 II I
0 0 4 0-7
0 0 0 00
Totals. ...
Cleveland t, 12 0 0
JVew York 00 0 0 0
Earned runs: Cleveland, . Left on bases:
Kew York, H; Cleveland, . Two-base lilts:
l-ajole Three-base hits: Bay, Turner.
Facrltlce hits: Bradley, stolon bases: Flick.
Hickman. Double plays: Williams. Klher
feld and Gansel; Turner. Lajola and lllik
tDan, First base on bulls: off Chesbro. 3.
Ban on errors: Cleveland. 1. "truck out:
By Chesbrn, 2; by Donohue, 8. Time: 1:50.
Umpires: Dwy'r snd King.
Boston flats Oat a Vletorr.
BOSTON, May It Boston batted Pono
vin out or the box In the alKth Inning of
today's eame and won with ease. Home
runs by Htal.l and Collins were features.
Attendance, &.'). Score:
R.H.O A B I B.H r) A B
rmjhrtT. If 1 1 I 0 RnMnaon, as. 0 1 I I I
0 0 Birrett. cr 0 1 I "
0 0 Mclntyre. If . 0 1 0 0
0 0 Carr, lb 0 1 I 1 0
1 Crawford, rf . 1 0 3 0
0 0 ()remlnf"r, lb 0 1 0 0
3 1 Loa. 2b 0 0 4 0
1 0 Buelow, C....0 14 0 0
4 0 Donoran, p .. 0 1110
!Frrr. s 0 0 0 1 0
Total! I 13 27 11 1 - -
I Totala t 1 24 11 I
Boston 1 1 2 1 0 J 0 0 J-S
retroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Karned runs: Boston, 5. Two-base hits:
Carr. GremltiRcr. Three-base hits: Free
man, Tannehlll. Home runs: Collins, Stahl.
Iouble play: Ferry to Robinson to Carr.
First bnse on balls: Off Tannehlll. 1; off
Ferry 1; off Donovan. 1. Struck out: By
Donovan, 2; bv Ferry, 1. Passed balls:
Buelow (2). Time: 1:35. Umpire: Con
nolly. Fast Fleldlna In Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA. May 12 -Heavy hit
ting by the locals resulted In another de
feat for Chicago today. Both teams fielded
fust and the game was Interesting. Attend
ance 5.K19. Score:
Hoffman. If..
PI. kerliif, cf,
H. Ilarla. lb,
L- Cruan, 3b..
Seybold, rf...
Murphy. 3b..
M. Croaa, aa..
Powera, c...
Henley, p....
H.y o.A.B.
1 4 4 0 0 Holmes, II....
0 Jonea, ct
0 O Darla, aa.
1 Green, rf
0 Donobue, lb..
0 labell, lb.
1 0
3 14
3 0
0 Tannehlll, lb 0
Sullivan, C
White, p...
Walah, p ..
0 10 10
Totala i 14 If 14 1
Totala I I 14 n i
rhlUdelphla S 1001081-
Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 03
Karned runs: Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, 1.
Two-base hits: Henley (2), L. Cross. Three
base hit: Seybold. Home runs: Hoffman,
Sullivan. Stolen base: Greene. Double
plays: G. Davis to Donahue. G. Davis to
Isbell. Left on bases: Philadelphia, 5;
Chicago, 2. Hit by pitched ball: Picker
ing. Struck out: By Walsh, 1; by Hen
ley, 1. Time: 1:40. Umpires: O'Loughiin
and Carpenter.
Standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Boston 21 16 6 .'"2
Philadelphia 19 12 7 . 632
New York 19 11 8 .6.K
Cleveland 19 10 8 .626
Chlcngo 23 12 11 .622
St Louis 1 10
Detroit 21 8 13 .381
Washington 19 2 17 .106
Games today: St. Louis at Washington,
Detroit at Boston, Chicago at Philadelphia,
Cleveland at New York.
Kansas City Wins by Timely Batting
and Louisville's Errors.
KANSAS CITY, May 12-Kansas City
won todav by timely batting, assisted by
Ixiulsville's errors. The playing of Nance
in the Held was a feature. Attendance, 800.
Score :
R.H.O.A.B. I R.H.O.A.B.
Monts-ery. 3b 0 1 0 I 0 Kerwln, If. .. 0 0 10 0
Hill, rf a a v v v Mailman, ci
Nance. cf....l 0 10 0 Hart, rf
Ilonner. lb... I 0 1 0 0 Amdt, lb
, 0
, 0 I
14 0 0
110 0
. 0 0
1 3
1 1
1 0
5 1 1
0 0 10 0
3 0 qutnian, aa.. 0 0 1
t 4
KVan. c 1 3 3 1 0 Deter, lb..,
(iear. If 0 I 3 0 1 Braahear, 2b
Murphy, lb.. 1 1 12 3 0 White,
Iwee. aa 0 1 2
Durham, p... 0 3 1 4 0 Campbell, p.. 0 I 0 t 0
Totala 12 27 12 ll Total! t 10 14 11
Kansas City 20004000 6
Louisville 00010010 02
Two-bnse hits: Murphy, Brashear. Sac
rifice hits: Hill, Bonner. Double play:
Kyan and Murphy. First base on balls: Off
Campbell, 3. Struck out: By Campbell, 1.
lxft on bases: Kansas City, 11; Louisville,
8. Time: 1:20. Umpire: Bears.
Game for Indianapolis.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 12. Minneapolis
could not hit Newlln at critical times today
and lost by a score of 4 to 2. Home, runs
by Coulter and Maloney were features.
Attendance. 1.1C0. Score:
R.H.O.A.B. R.H.O.A.B.
Hour lever, rf 1 2 0 0 0 MrNlcholl, 3b 0 1 1 3 0
1 Fox. 2b 0
.10 10
Masoon, 2b.
Mccreery, cf. 0 0 0
Swander. If.. 0 1 1
Carr, lb....
Heydon, e..
lilckey. lb.
De't'vllle, s
Newlln, p..
0 1 1
1 11 0
0 0 16
Total! 4 ( 37 It
Maloney, rf.
Sullivan, rf..
Coulter, If...,
llMv 1h
Oyler, aa ,
, 1
, 0
, 0
, 0
. 0
Total 1 17 10 I
Batted for Lally in ninth.
Indianapolis 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0-4
Minneapolis 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 02
Karned runs: Minneapolis, 2; Indianapolis,
1, Two-base hits: Swander. Home runs:
Coulter, Maloney. Double plays: Ma goon
to Demontrevllle to Heydon; Swander to
Demcntreville to Dickey. Bases on balU:
Oft Bailey, 3. .Struck out: By Newlln, 3;
by Bailey. 4 Sacrifice hits: Lally, Sullivan,
Newlln. lilt by pitched oall: fay iN'ewlin, 1;
by Bailey, 1. Stolen base: Dickey. Left
on bases: Minneapolis, 8; Indianapolis, 7.
Umpire: Holllday. Time: 1:50.
I.UTvler'a Long; Ron Wins.
ST. PAUL, May 12 Lawler 8 long hit
In the tenth gave St. Paul the victory to
day. Crlstall, who lasted two Innings for
the visitors, knocked a home run in the
second. Attendance, 1,400. Score:
R.H.O.A.B,- I H.H.O.A.B.
Jonei, cf 3 1
Jacknon, rf. . . 1 t
O'Hnon, 3b.. 1
Cllnsman, aa, 1
Wheeler, If.. 1
Iwler, If . . ..0
Marran, 2b. .. 0
Sullivan, o... 0
Rertoa, p 1
Chech 0
Corbett, p.... 0
10 0 Knoll, rf 1 1 1 0 0
4 0 0 Friable, cf.... 1 1 t 0 0
111 Long, ai 0 I 1 I 1
I 1 1 Haleton, If.. I 1 14 0 0
7 0 0 Urnuthera, 3b 0 1 3 1 0
3,0 0 Delnlnger, If. 0 1 t 0 0
4 7 0 burn,. 2b.... 0 0 3 3 0
I 4 0 Readlni, C.... 0 3 3 1 0
0 0 0 Crlatall, p.... 110 10
0 0 0 Deerlnt, p... I 3 1 0 0
Totala 7 17 1
Total!...... I 11 30 15. I
Two out when winning run scored.
Chech batted for Bartos In ninth.
St. Pnul 2 81 100000 18
Toledo 3 1 0 0 01 1 1 0 07
Two-base hits: Knoll, O'Brien. Three
base hits: Jackson. Home runs: Crls
tall. Wild pitch: Bartos. Bases on
bahs: off Bartos, 4. Hit by pitched bull:
Crlstall, Deerlng, Lawler. Struck out: By
Crlstall. 1; by Deerlng, 1; by Bartos, 3;
by Corbett, I. Double plays: Marcan to
O'Brien to Wheeler. Time: 1:65. Umpire:
Postponed Game.
MILWAUKKK, May 12. -Milwaukee-Columbus
game postponed: rain.
standing; of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. P C.
. 19
. 15
. 17
,. IS
. 18
. 21
. 17
Columbus at Milwaukee,
13 6 .685
10 5 .0T,7
10 7 .6S8
10 8 .606
0 9 .600
8 13 .31
4 13 .235
St. Paul
Indianapolis ...
Minneapolis ....
Kansas City ...
Games today:
Toledo at St. Paul. Louisville at Kansas
i. o...aiia.uiiB at Minneapolis.
Ilea Moines Wins by One Rna In Six
teen Innings.
PIOT'X CITY. May 12.-Dts Moines today
defeated Sioux City by one run In an
evenly matched gam of sixteen Innings.
Des Moines. S 01001000000000 1 1 13 3
Sioux City..l 1 1000101000000 0-6 12 3
Batteries: Sioux City, Jarrott and Hess;
Des Moines, Lief eld and Clark.
Postponed Game.
ST. JOBKPH, May 12. St. Joseph-Colorado
Springs gamo postponed on account
of rain.
At Omaha Denver-Omaha game post
poned, rain.
Standing- of the Trams.
Plaved. Won. Tiat X C
Denver is
Colorado Springs.... 13
St. Joseph 16
les Moines 16
Omaha ltj
bioux City 16
dames today: Denver at Omaha. Colo
rado Sprtngs at St. Joseph, Pea Molnea at
bloux City.
14 2 .876
19 8 .76S
7 8 .4t7
10 .376
6 11 .313
4 12 .260
Denver This Afternoon.
The rain of yesterday afternoon was re
sponsible for Ihe saying of many unkind
things of the weuther man by the local
fans, for It put an effectual stop to a gams
between Rourke's tenrrt un.1 tk r.,
which was scheduled for Vinton park anj
waa confidently expected to be on of the
fastest ones thus far played here this sea-
You oan abtolutofy rety upon
Tmkm kat m tlmmm mm mrtmlmm.
on. The Omaha followers of the game
have not yet gotten over the sting or ttie
drubbing administered to fa s tioys ny
this team, during the recent western trip
and won't feel satisfied until Tebeau s
tossers have played here where the atmo
spheric conditions are not of the freak
order snd been handed a package that will
hold them for a while. Today Is to bo
ladle's day at the park If It doesn't rain
and besides the Denver game Dl:nl.ks
orchestra will he In attendance to sooth
the savage breasts of the visiting team If
possible. Ixdies admitted free to the
grounds ana gran a siana.
Base Ball at Grand Island.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. May 12-(Spe-rlal.)
Before an enthusiastic crowd the
business college defeated the hlKh school
team here yesterday. The game was close
and exciting up to the eighth, when Kast
man, the high school twlrler, weakened,
allowing seven hits, which with clever base
running by the college boys, netted them
six runs. Score:
College 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 6 1-14
High school 0 0 2 4 1 1 0 0 08
Batteries: Business college, Brandt snd
Castle; high school, Eastman and Blrk.
Struck out: By Brandt, 11: by Eastman, 7.
Hits: By business college. It; by high
school, 7. Umpire: Adam Husband.
Louisville Finds Plattsmooth F.usy.
PLATTSMOl'TH, Neb., May 12 (Spe
cial.) The I-nulsvllle team defeated the
Plattsmouth bovs on the Intter's diamond.
Score: Louisville, 24; Plattsmouth, 6.
On the Omiha Bowling
last evening the Ancient
Workmen team defeated
the World team three
by the following score:
A. O. UT. W.
Chandler Ml
Sutton 25S
Forscutt 1S9
Denman 201
Emery 180
TotalB 9R9
W. O. w.
Johnson 1H4
Bengele 1!1
Sheldon 178
Jonea 171
Sprague 2u6
Totals 932
association alleys
Order of United
the Woodmen of
successive games
2d. 3d. Total.
1X8 1' 618
210 191 669
IKS lid 60S
194 2J0 016
186 168 639
966 920 2,894
2d. 3d. Total.
157 2ttf 644
2,'tl 151 673
177 l'i9 6:1
171 202 541
237 lfio 610
973 830 2,795
Ascension Day SerTleea nnd Installa
tion of Officers Observed by
I.ocal Commandery.
Mount Calvary commandery, No. 1,
Knights Templars of Omaha, last night
held Installation of officers, the affair being
carried out with all the grandeur of ritual
that the descendants of the Crusaders are
capable. After the Installation the newly
elected officers, attended by seventy-five sir
knights and their ladles, gathered at St.
Matthias' church for the Ascension day
service. As In days of yore, when the war
rior, before Journeying to the Holy Land,
swore by his iword hilt and on,hls knightly
honor to defend the Faith with heart, soul
and voice and to give battle to the enemies
of the church, so did the Knights Templars
yesterday. At the command of the captain
general, their swords shot from their scab
bards, there was a gleam and flash of steel
as they came to the "carry," and then at
the "present" they proclaimed their faith
In the Christian religion by repeating the
apostles' creed. It was a pretty ceremony,
prettily done, the gold and black uniforms
adding to the beauty of the picture,
thlaa' church. In addressing the audience,
dwelt on the past history of the organiza
tion, told of the Crusaders, their Ideals stnd
their alms, and reminded his hearers that
they were also sworn to defend the Faith.
Not, perhaps, with deeds of physical prow
ess, but with deeds of spiritual valor. The
service throughout was of a martial char
acter, and closed with a recessional hymn,
"Jerusalem the Golden." At the close of
the service a reception was given at the
Masonic temple, and was largely attended.
The following are the oflloers who were
Installed: Sir John E. Simpson, eminent
commander; Sir Willard H. Butts, general
issimo; Sir George S. Powell, captain gen
eral; Sir Frederick H. Jackson, senior war
den; Sir William Macdlarmid, Junior war
den; Sir Charlts H. Shook, prelate; Emi
nent Sir William T. Robinson, treasurer;
Right Eminent Sir Ebon K. Long, recorder;
Sir Augustus D. Cloyd, standard bearer; Sir
FYank B. Carter, sword bearer; Sir Rich
ard C. Jordan, warder; Sir Edward W.
Northrup, third guard; Sir N. M. Robert
son, second guard; Sir Frank Barrett, first
guard; Sir Edwin Dnvls, sentinel; Eminent
Sir George E. Warner, almoner. They were
Installed by Right Eminent Past Grand
Commander G. W. Linlnger, with Eminent
Sir Gustave Anderson as deputy.
Man Accused of Murder at Grand
Island Says He Robbed
Chapman Store.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., May 12. (Spe
cial.) Kelley, the man who Is conftned'ln
the Jail at Columbus for the murder of a
man at Humphrey, has confessed to the
robbery of a store at Chapman about two
months ago. Word was sent to Chapman
and some of the goods were yesterday lo
cated In a pawn shop In this city. The
goods stolen were twenty-nine pairs of
shoes and several holts of dress goods.
The shoes were found here, and a farmer
a few days ego while plowing in a field
unearthed a portion of the dresa goods,
Kelley told where he had disposed of the
goods to Sheriff Kallmann of Columbus,
Makes a Blar Touch.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., May 12.-(SpeclaI.)
A colored woman by the name of Mary
Booker from Omaha Is In Jail here charged
with robbing John H. Bartlett, late of
Auburn, but now In the employ of August
Gorder, last night on the street. Bartlett
claims that soon after he displayed a roll
of bills at the Ferris wheel to get some
change the woman followed him a short
distance and asked him what time It was.
While he was holding his watch In his
hand she grabbed both of his hands with
one of hers and with the other she went
down Into his pocket and got his money,
1140. It Is thought she gave the money to
her husband, as none was found on her
person when arrested. She was arraigned
before Justice Archer today, and at her
request the case was set for trial next
Saturday. Being unable to furnish ball she
now languishes In the Cass county Jail.
The Booker woman told the officer thut
she was half Indian and half negro.
I'nable to Account for Goods.
FREMONT. Neb., May 12 (Special.)
Three men, who gave their names as
William Moffett, Jake Goldberg and Wil
liam McMahon, were arrested by the police
yesterday afternoon as suspicious char
acters and on being searched were found to
have In their possession two high-priced
revolvera, a lot of pocket knives, some
rasors, handkerchiefs and socks, all new.
They were unable to explain how they came
into possession of the stuff to the satisfac
tion of the police Judge and were given
thirty days each In ths county Jail for
disorderly conduct. A big sack, evidently
filled with something heavy, which the
men were seen carrying In the east part
of town, the police have been unable to
Omaha and Beatrice In Debate,
BEATRICE. Neb., May 12-(Speclal.)-The
annual debate between the Omaha and
Beatrice High schools will be held at the
auditorium tomorrow evening. The ques
tion to be discussed Is. "Resolved. That
the Negroes In the Southern States Should
Be Disfranchised." Omaha will he repre
eented by Richard Hunter, Lyman Bryson
and Joseph Bwenaon. and Beatrice by
Stuart Dobbs. C. L. Hill and James Ayers.
The music for the occasion will be fur
nished by the Beatrice High school or-cheatra.
Corner-Etone Laving Cerotucni'i Put Off
On a Week.
Board of Kdnratlon Committee Meets
Mr. Bryan and Gives Him
Luncheon and Brief H e
eeptlon at the t lab.
Members of the South Omaha Board of
Education' and others were disappointed
that the rain yesterday prevented the lay
ing of the corner stone of the new high
school building. In accordance with the
program, the schools were dismissed at
noon, the expectation being that a large
number of pupils would attend the cere
mony. It was 1:30 before the official an
nouncement was made that the corner
stone laying had been postponed until the
afternoon of May 20. Mr. Bryan will be
in Omaha on that date and will deliver the
address he was expected to deliver yester
day. Mr. Bryan arrived at the South Omaha
club on time, having been met at the Bur
lington crossing by a committee of the
Board of Education. Luncheon was served
at the club almost Immediately after ar
rival. Those at the table were: Messrs. C.
M. Rich, Jay Laverty, P. J. Bock. J. C.
Knight. D. S. Parkhurst, W. P. Adklns, H.
C. Richmond and Mr. Bryan. A few old-
time admirers of Mr. Bryan called at the
club rooms and talked with him for a
short time. When It was decided that the
laying of the corner stone could not be
held on account of the weather Mr. Bryan
accepted an Invitation to attend a meeting
of the Magic Cfty King's Daughters at
the home of Mrs, W. C. Imbert. At this
meeting Mr. Bryan talked briefly and was
then driven to the Burlington crossing and
returned to his home at Lincoln.
The corner stone, which Is aiready In
place, bears thea date on the north face
and on the east facing Is the names of the
members of the Board of Education.
Inspector of Weights and Measnrea.
Within a few days Mayor Koutsky Is to
be asked to appoint an inspector of weights
and measures. It Is asserted that some of
the stores In the city are not complying
with the regulations In this respect and are
giving short measure. J. W. Cress Is city
weighmaster, but It has been many months
since ho Inspected scales or measures. The
assertion Is made that milkmen give short
measure, that grocers do the same, and
hence the demand for a monthly inspection
of scales and measures used by merchants,
big and small. In the city.
Milk Dealers Slow.
All milk licenses expired on May 1, but
only a few of the dairymen have taken out
licenses fdr the present fiscal year a& yet.
This Is because the milk Inspector has been
otherwise engaged. In a few days there Is
to be a general roundup of all milk deal
ers and the order to secure licenses will be
enforced, even If arreeU have to be made
to compel a compliance with the city or
dinances. Republican Primaries Today.
Republican primaries for the selection of
delegates to the state convention will be
held today. The voting place Is at Twenty-sixth
and N streets. In the PlVonka
building. Voting will commence at noon
and will continue until 7 o'clock In the
evening. Sample ballots were distributed
In the business portion of the city yester
day and every republican is expected to
come out today and vote the straight
delegation ticket.
Sorensoa Resting Easily.
Dr. Slabaugh said last night that Louis
Sorenson, the Janitor of the Madison
school, who was so badly burned Wednes
day, was resting as well as could be ex
pected. While Dr. Slabaugh doee not
assert that Sorenson will recover, he
says that he hopes to, save Ihe life of the
patient and is doing all he can to alleviate
the suffering of the Injured man.
Made City Gossip.
I. L. Holmes Is In Chicago looking after
some ousiness mailers.
ueorge Andrews, 2707 H street, reports
1 lie oinn 01 a aaugnter.
Elvira Meyers Is building a house at
Eleventh street and Missouri avenue.
A son has been born to Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Parsley, Twelfth and J streets.
Douglas Rice, 2633 Z street, died yester
day. Funeral arrangements will be noleu
M. H. Garrison has secured a permit for
the construction of a dwelling at Twenty-
seventh and D streets.
Mayor Frank Koutsky spent yesterdav In
Lincoln, bavins- been called there on n
cae pending in the supreme court against
me ciiy.
Do Cornea Back from Colorado.
BEATRICE. Neb., May 12. (Speclal.)-An
Incident which shows the wonderful In
stinct of some animals occurred here yes
terday. About two months ago Horace
Soudder of this city went to Idaho Springs,
Colo., taking with him his bird dog Duke.
Several weeks ago O. J. Collman received
a letter from Mr. Spencer stating, that the
dog had disappeared and to look out for
him. Yesterday the old dog came to the
Paddock hotel, the former home of hH
master, tired and footsore and showed that
he had not had a square meal for some
time, atid that he had been on a long tramp.
Mr. Scudder took the dog on the cars to
Colorado, a distance of 600 miles from here
and becoming homesick the animal re
turned on foot and alone to his old home.
Awfal Loss o Life
Follows neglect of throat and lung dis
eases, but Dr. King's New Discovery cures
such troubles or no pay. 60c, 11.00. For
sale by Kuhn St Co.
Burglars Busy In Cass.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., May 12 (Spe
cial.) Burglars are again at work In Cass
county. The hardware store at Murdock
was broken Into and three revolvers, some
razors, knives and other articles were
stolen. During the same night a splendid
team of horses was stolen. Two men
were seen In that vicinity the day before,
who, the officers are Inclined to believe, are
the guilty parties.
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