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THK OMAHA SUNDAY IiKK: MAY 10.
R tot fat A place. Astiury. In th Cnrn tiuas.r prllmlnarr mt, mty mn the run In I .(ML In th Msnhun-.iyhairkr arames th twu-milr run wrnt at 10 ; Jl. Mo Naut of ths Agg'i finishing; flrt. Toller nt Kansas -wan cnnd. Rrkstrarr of Morrlnasldo won this lun from Oahl of Nebraska in ilm. With Perry cut of form. NVbiSrka stands to Its the bread Jump K:tnsm. In Mar tlndsll, ' this stsson, ho a 'sr broad Jumper. Already this sprlns: hue broken the Kansas university tecord by rlolns; X feet. I Inchea. rerry lsst yea' etab!!!ied a new Nebraska mark In the Kansas meet by going 22 feet, S Inches.' This sprlns; the Cornhuiker tin been skit." however, and hardly will be able to l into shspe by next week to beat Martlnrtoill. Wild- man, who lk the next beat Cornhueker broad Jumper to Ferry, only did 1 feet. I Inchea at Mornlngtalde. . Preaent Indications are that N-;l.rak will win first In both the tilth lump and the pole vault. The latter event ouyht to fall to Hammond, who went over the bar at 1 feet. Inches, against Morn.ngslda. Johnson, for Kansas, took s.wond plsre In the Aggie contest, when the hlsliest vault waa but 10 feet, t Inches. Hlh Jamaen Close. The fight for flrat honors In the high Jump will be close, with Hamel and Hum mell doing the ht work for Nebraska and with Smith leading for Kansas. Juat tow Smith of th Jayhawkers has as hest rf the dot. tor he has done & feet. S Incbe thla gprlng. which It a few Inches higher than either Hanel or Hummel! his gone. Hamel lost the Jump to Belt of Morning ride laat week with the bar reatlng at 6 feet, Inches. Tn practice, and In the Indoor meets the past winter, Hamel went 1 feet, s Inches. In a close contest with the Jayhawkers he should go this high gain. In the weights Nebraska. Is going to hav no such easy time winning as aome of tha dopeetera hare been predicting. B. Colllna, tha leading Comhusker In all threa weight vents, la likely to meet defeat In tha diacua throw In competition with Jay hawker Winter. Th best the Nebraskan has done thla year waa a throw of WB feet. Hi Inches, made at Morning-side. Winter, on th other hand, broke the Kansas record by tossing the plate 114 feet. I Inches In the Manhattan games. Colllna last season et a new mark oi n teei. mcn m u-c Kan meet. Should he attain the same form he had then he ought to win from Winter here net week, but It la doubtful whether he will be In shape to hurl the discus more than 110 feet. The hammer throw will fall to Collins. H la probably the beat man In the valley with thla weight, and already thla spring ia smashed the Comhuskei- record with throw of 161 feet. 7 Inches. Io. the Morn tngslde meet he made a mark of but 135 feet. I Inchea. thla being the same distance that Myers of Kansas put the weight In the meet agalnat the Kansas Aggies. At Momlngslde Collins waa not pushed hard at all, or else he would have eent ,the hammer several feet further. Close Csstett far Shot Pat. Colllna and Stevenaon. tt Kansas, will be the chief eontendera In the shf-t put. which will probably be ne of the best eventa of the meet The Jayhawker has the best mark for the preaent eeason, having pushed the ahot 15 feet, 10 Inchea In the Aggie meet, while the beat Colllna haa done waa feet T inchea. th distance he made at Momlngslde. Stevenaon la not capable of doing much better than hit best put of the Aggie gamea. Colllna. though, ahould be able to go nearly 40 feet, tf elosely crowded, a fact which glvea him an edge of the dope for the coming ' meet. Chaloupka, who took Second place In the ahot-put at Momlngslde for Nebraska, will probably ba the third winner In the event here. 1 Nebraska's mile relay team, eomposed of Campbell, Ambereon, Reed and Burke, la the big favorite for the Kansaa meet. Thla team won the race . at the Kanaaa City Athletic club gamea in, Kansas City early In April, repeated the performance at Momlngslde. and, with the men In condi tion, ought to win In faet time against the Jayhawkers. In the meet last Saturday the Cornhuakers ran the mile In 1:45. Lall la Baa Ball. No gamea are on the Comhusker base ball achedule for next week, but the local team wUI probably play a game with each Ootner and Wesleyan universities to keep ttaelf in practice for the final contests of the season. May 21 and a. when the Kanaaa nine will coma to Lincoln. The gamea wltA the Jayhawkers will be re turn eonteata for the onea tha Cornhuakers played at Lawrence on the southern trip last month. Only one of them will count In the atandlng of the two teams In the Missouri valley conference base ball league. So far thla season the Comhusker have played good ball, and have made a much better record than that of any team that haa represented the etate school on the diamond during th last six years. I'p till today, before the meeting with Drake, they had played twenty-one gamea. (Of thla number they had won twelve, lost eight and tied on a. Among the teama played this seaaon were aome of the best in the Missouri valley. . None of them really proved Itself a better base ball organisation with the possible exception of Luther col lege of Decorah, la., which la one of the beat college nines In the west. On tha recent eastern trip of the Corn buskers but three games were lost one oach to Ames, Luther and Minnesota. Luther clearly outplayed the Cornhuakers. but neither Amra nor Minnesota deaerved to win from tha scarlet and cream men. A few costly errors were responsible for the defeat at Ames, the Aggies getting the game In the last half of the eighth inning. At Minnesota the Oophers were beaten until th last half of the eighth, when an error by the Nebraska second baseman al lowed the Oophers to score two runs and wla tbe contest, I U I lerat Over Captaiary. Speculation la rife Just now ss to whom will be chosen to captain the bae ball team for next season. Three men Clerk, first baseman; Oreensltt, second baseman, and Carroll, catcher are the possibilities for the poaitlon. Twelve players have won "Ns" thla season and will bo permitted to vote for captain. Six of these men are members of the same Oreek letter frater nity and will caat their votee for one of their number, who la Clark. The other letter men are not disposed to vote for Clark and will probably center oa Carroll aa their candidate. Thla condition may result In another deadlock aimllar to the one that tied up the foot ball captaincy laat winter. f The sis playera who are supporting Car roll are doing so partly because the fra ternity of which Clark is a member haa had three of the four captains during the laat four years. Captain Morse. 1MM; Cap tain Bellamy, ttut, and Captain Beltser, IM, all belonged to this same fraternity of which Clark Is a member. Carroll has een three years' service on tbe Cora busker nine and has been a stsr player each; aeaaon. Clark haa been on the team but two aeasona. The supporters of Car Cull ar adverse to voting for Clsik tvt only because of his fraternity affiliations. Out also because In their opinion as well is in the opinion of a majority of the atu lents Csrtoll is logical man for the place, being a veteran tn the service of Nebraska and a cracking good catcher. It was tkougkt for sotae Urn that Car- Present Leaders of Western League r- ,-;um; p. v ) ; ' i, t : .1 ' x) ' V A- f - V V iv-.v;' I i v 4 . - -f . x a it WICHITA'S HUSTLING: BUNCH OF YOUNGSTERS. roll would not be eligible for Intercollegl .f. k hail next vear. since this Is his year of vsrslty ball, however, was played In the spring of 19, before tne Missouri valley conference eligibility ' rules . were irionted. This fact gives him another season for playing ball with the Cornhuak ers. for the eligibility rules are not retro third year on the Nebraska line. His first active for athletes who competed prior to September 1, 190. All athletea are allowed three years of competition arter Septem ber l. ISO, whether they took part In In tercollegiate gamea prior to that time or not. Along Auto Row Wyoming Transit Company to Use the Mason Oars la Its Bsrvlee from Book Springs to Tsuowstons. The Maaon autuomnblle will be the car need by the Wyoming Auto Transit com pany from Rick Springs to Tellowstone park, a ditance of SO miles. The route will be completed about July 1. J W Welch, who Is st the head of the transit company, said that at present cars are operated as far as 135 miles. Work la pregreeslng rapidly on the new building et tat rirtim, to be occupied within sixty daya by the Electric Garage company. The building will be MxlS, and will be th home of the Baker Electric. C. H. ur made a trip In a Rambler from Omaha to Missouri Valley laat week, which seems to show the wonderful endur ance of that car. The mud was hub ,deep all of th way, and leaving here at I he arrived St Missouri Valley at t:o. The two-mile Honey Creek hill waa made on Intermediate gear. J. T. Stewart Of the Colt Automobile company, returning from Iowa last weak In a Rambler, arrived at the Northwestern depot In Council Bluffs In time to be of service, to the authorities of that city by conveying an officer to the hospital who had been dangerously wounded while mak ing an arrest. Word has been received by H. E. Fred rlckaon. the local dealer for Chalmers Detroit cars, that the ChaJmers-Detrolt "JO," which Is acting aa pathflndlng car for the Flair to Flag Contest, la now fairly on Ita way from Denver to the City of Mexico. Governor Shafrcth of Colorado gave the car Its start at the Colorado State Capitol last Saturday afternoon, and it has been ateadlly plugging ita way toward HI Paso ever since. Colorado Springs was reached the flrat day. An eaay run to Pueblo was accom plished the second day, and La Junta and Trinidad were passed 'In order on the following day. The car has crosaed the Mexican border. It la In Mexico new. The route of the pathfinder is literally a trip along the mountain tops aa the car started at an altitude of 5. ITS feet above sea level and will end In Mexico City at 1. 000 feet above aea level. At no time dona the route drop below 1.&00 feet above the aea. R. R. Kimball haa returned from Florida, where ho spsnt the winter. C. J. Cart bill returned from Lansing yesterday. "The demand for Olds mobiles haa been greater than the factory anticipated." he aald, "and there ia no hope of supplying our trade with models tt this year." GLXDDEK TOUR AROUND OMAHA Plaa for th Raa la This Hectloa Arc Mas. Dai Lewis, pathfinder for the Gllddcn tour, has made his report concerning- the section around Omaha. He haa been to Denver and waa well pleased with the condition of the toads In Nebraska. He says: The present Intention Is to have the train of Pullman care start from Fort Dodge and accompany the tourists nxt July to Denver, and tl.en back to Kansas City. The run from Omaha U Kearney will be on the ninth dsy of the tour proper. From Kearney to Julesburg will be made on the tenth day, nd Denver will be reached on the eleventh day for a tao-diy stop. The first thirteen mllee out of Omnlii the road la macadam and brick pavement, and from there on to Fremont It Is gravel and dirt and la In excellent condition There la perhaps half a mile of eand sftvr leaving Fremont, but this will give no serious trouble. Out of Omaha the Piatt river begins to make Itself conspicuous and several times the travelers will cross on the narrow picturesque bridges which spkn it. f'aa'l Be Priated. OMAHA, May li. To tne a-ditor vt Th Bee: Kindly state In your next Sunday'a iaau what term or name might be applied to a party who made a fair bet, lost U; acknowledges thst lost It; can pay: promisee to pay, but doea not pay, . .... A BXADBR. ' K1RW1N WAS GOOD AND BAD (Continued from First Tage.) barv, 1 Passed ball: Hall man. Time: 1:J6. Umpire: Clarke. Attendance, 2,000. GRIZZLIES EASY FOR SIOUX Iowa Field Dancers Tied Score and The a Took Tea More. SIOUX CITY. I a-. May 15.-Charley Jones' Grixslles were easy1 for Sioux City today, the home team winning by the one sided score of IT to 7. Olmstead was batted out of the box tn the sixth Inning, Rick Adama taking the hurling mound. Rick's slants were in no way puzzling to the Packer champions, the bombardment being kept up with pnlntul regularity. I Pitcher Melter was touched up rather lively and with several passes and errors at critical times, Denver was enabled to gather runs. At no time, however, was the big twirler In great danger of losing out and he took matters ee.sler than a close score would have warranted. . Zalusky was badly In jured In the fourth Inning when being run down between third bane and the plate. He fell and It Is thought Buffered a fractured leg. Score: SIOUX CITY. AB. R. H. O. A. EX Campbell, If ft . 2 3 1 0 0 Holmes.- cf 1 fi 1 0 1 Andreas, 2b..., 4 2 14 I 0 Welch. b 6 12 S 5 2 Hunter, M , 4 4 2 0 0 Btovall, rf 4 110 0 0 Smith, ss 6 2.4 2 5 0 Towne, c 6 3 1 0 0 0 Melter, p 5 2 5 1 4 1 ' Totals ...46 17 24 27 ,17 4 DENVER. . ' AR. .'. .. 4 Caseldy, rf Felden. If Jones, cf..'. Hart man, ss Maag. 2b Thompson. 3b Lindsay, lb Zalusky, c. Z In ra n. c Olmetead. p Adama, p ... I ... S ... 2 R. H. O. A. B. S 4 1 0 0 12 110 0 1ft 0,1 0 1 i 8 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 0 1 2 S 10 2 0 0 12 10 0 0 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 40 7 14 24 1J Sioux City 0 5 1 2 0 7 2 0 1? Denver 0 002S0 011 7 Two-base hits: Hunter, Btovall. Towne, Melter. Holmes, Cassldy (S), Lindsay, Pel den, Thompson. Three-bsee hit: Caswldy. Home run: Lindsay. Sacrifice hits: Jones, Beltlen. Stolen bases: Campbell (2), Hun ter 2. Andreas. Holme. Double rilaya: Andreas to Smith to Hunter. Base on balls: Off Melter. 6. Struck out: By Melter. 5; bv Adams. 8; by Olmstead, 2. Wild pitch: Melter. Adams. Hit by pitcher: Hunter t2). Andreas, Stovall. Maag. Time: 1:80. Umpire: Haskell. Attendance: 1,500. CUBS SHUTjuf QUAKERS (Continued from First Page.) score from first on Mclntyre's wild throw Into the crowd. President Ebbett claimed that the runner was entitled to only two bases under the ground rules, whereas Um pire Klem allowed him to take three. Score: PITTSBfRA. BROOKLYN. B.H.O.A B. B.H.O.A.g. Bsrbws, lb.. I 0 1 eBiirch. if I 1 I I Uuk, rf 4 14 0 0Humm.il. n . 0 1 4 1 Clark. It 4 1 t A 0 Alpvrman. lb. 4 1110 Wagner, M...4 1 0 1 0. Ionian, lb. .. 4 0 10 1 0 Ati.tHn. Ik... 4 9 10 IMrKitaen, lb. I t Millar, th . ... t 111 McMillan. Sb. 1 1 1 Wllaon, rf... 4 14 0 0 Kuatua. rt ...11 I M tilbaon. c I t t eushrin. cf...! Oil Cainnlu. p... 4 0 13 Bersrn, e 4 2 110 Mnlnlvra, p.. t I 1 I 1 Totali M I 7 7 lHuntr 01 Cauaraon ... 0 Tola la 14 111 It I Ttau for Bergen In ninth. Ratted for Mclntyre In ninth. Pittsburg 2 0 0 i 0 0 1 0 1-4 Brooklyn 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 05 Two-baae hits: Wagner. Gibson, Ku'tus, Mclntyre. Three-base hit: Huron. Sacri fice hit: Catterson. Double play: Mc lntyre to Hummel. Left on bases: Pitts burg, 8: Brooklyn. . First base on balia: Off Camnitz. 2; off Mclntyre. 4. First base on errors: Pittsburg, 2; Brooklyn, 1. Struck out: By Camnltx. ; by Mclntyre, 2. Time: 1:4.'. Umpires: Klem and Kane. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GASES Schnelbersr Pitches firrat Ball After the Flrat and Hilwaakre Wins from Cola mhos. MILWAUKEE, May 15-After the first Inning Bchnelberg pitched a grext itame for Milwaukee, the home club winning by a score Of 5 to 1. Robinson, for Toledo, started off .strongly. but Milwaukee bunched Its hits tn the seventh, scoring three runs. Running catches by Hickman and Bey bold were features. Ecore: MILWAfKKB TOI.FDO. B.H.O.A.g. B.H.O.A.g R Rob'aon. aal 1 1 4 McCarthy, u. I t I I I Barrr. rf 4 I 1 OHinehmaa. Zb 4 0 t I 0 MrOann, It., I in 1 vsnioot, of I l z o l Randal , ef... 10 4 11 Hickman, It.. I 0 1 1 0 Clark, ik I t 0STbold. rf...i 110 MrCorm'k. tb 4 I I 4 t Rlwert. lb ... 4 4 14 0 Hoatatter. e.. 4 t I 1 t)anbart. lb.. 4 1(00 Colllna. If.... I 1 1 Abbott, 4 114 0 Schnetbsrg, t4 10 lC.Boblnaon. pi I D I I Ltt!mor ..1 0 0 . 0 0 Totala M l 14 4 Totals II 4 24 10 1 Batted for Robinson In ninth. Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 1-6 Toledo 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 Two-bus hits: Seybold. Colllna, Hostet- ter. sacrince nita: Met artny. BeyDoia. Clark. Stolen bases; McCormfck. Collins. Ieft on bases: Milwaukee, 7: Toledo, R. First base on balls: Off Bchnelberg, 4; off Robinson. 2. Hit with Ditche dhsll: Ran dall. Struck out: By Bchnelberg. 4- by Robinson. Z. wild pitch: Kobinson. lime; 1:45. Umpires: Conahan and Owens. INDIANAPOLIS BUNCHES HITS Foar ConaeeatlT Binaries In Ninth ' Give Game to Hooslers. ST. PAUL, May 15. Four consecutive sin gle In the sixth inning. off Lelss gave In dianapolis the third straight game of the series this afternoon by a score of t to L Score: INDIAMAPOUl. ST. PACT,. B.H.O.AB ' B.H.O.A.g. Chaitb'nM. If. I 4 1 Dsrii. ef 4 1 I 1 M'l'baan'y. of 4 1 4 eArmk'star, rf- 4 I I 0 Hajdan. rt...4 SIS Hoar. If 4 Olio Carr. lb I lit Flrnn, lb.... I 170 Burn, lb 4 111 lO'Brlan. M. .. I 011 O Rourka. as. 4 I 1 4 OTaaiar. e I 1 4 1 0 Shaw, e t 1 I 1 Wrlcley. s .l (III Williams, lb. 4 S 4 Corkman, lb. Ill Glass, 4 I 1 Leiaa, s I 0 1 I 0 Hall 0 4 Totals.. ....Sj 17 14 Gahrlns ....1 Totala II 4 IT 11 0 n - . - A 1 ninth oaiicu iv'i rori in iiiiini. . aciaftarf trtr Citltmmn In ninth 1 Bt. Paul ..0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 Indianapolis 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-3 Two-bssa hit: Dsvls. Double olavs: Chadbourne) to Burke to tVllllams; Shaw to Williams to Carr. Bases on balls: Off Letse, 8: off Olase. 4. Struck out: Bv Lelse. 8: bv Glase. 1 Wild nltch: Lelse. I -eft on bases: St. Paul. 6: Indianapolis. 7. Time: 1:50. Umpires: Eckman and Sullivan. COLUMBUS. WINS IN NINTH Both Teama Play Fine Ball All the Way Throagh. KANSAS CITY, May 15-In a ninth In ning finish Columbus today won from Kansaa City after both teama had played excellent ball from the start. The score: COLtlstntlS KANSAS CITT. B.H.O.A.g. B.H.O.A.g. Clarke. If 4 I 4 4 shannon, ef..l A 4 I Oowajl. lb.... 4 111 Barklr, lb... I I II 0 Consaltsn. rt 4 4 4 Iw. m 4 I 1 A Jasias. C......4 I 4 Mailing, lb... 4 4 110 Krusar, f.... 1 ' Brashaar, tb. 4 I 1 trua. lb I I 0p.rll.la. If... I 110 Naa. aa. I 111 Hallmas. rf. . I I 1 O' Rourka, lb. 4 4 1 I 1 RHItf. I I I 1 I Link. 4 I 1 4 4 Wright, p I 0 110 Totala 41 I 17 11 1 Totala 17 I 17 II I Kansaa City 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 Columbus 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 12 Earned runs: Columbus. 1. Two-base htt: Kruger. Three-base hit: Clsrke. Left on bases: Kansas City, 4: Columbus, 8. Sacri fice hits: Beckley, Larue. Stolen tases: Hallman. Double plav: Rltter to Iove. Struck out: By Wright. 8: by Ldnke. . Flrat on errors: Columbus. 2. Base on balls: Off Wright, 8: off Llnke. 4. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Hayes. Gaaa Poatpoaed. At Minneapolis Minneapolis-Louisville game postponed ; wet grounds. ST. LOUIS WINS FROM BOSTON Victory of 4ardlaala Dae Largely to Mattera's Wlldaeas. BOSTON. May U. M. Item's wildness was mainly responsible for the victory which St Louis scored over Boston today, & to 3. The locals rallied in the ninth Inning, but could not tie the score. Score: ST. LOI IS BOSTON B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.g. Brrns. I 4 1 I I SSiarr. lb I 1 1 I 4 Shaw, cf 4 114 0Rllrhay .... 1 4 Braanahaa. a. I 1 4 4 Bfktr. rf.... 4 4 114 Konatchr. lb I t I 1 0Howarman .. 1 4 Kv.na. r 14 14 4 Baiaa. If 4 4 0 1 Bills. If 4 4 1 0 QHaaumont, rf. 4 1 1 1 I Charm. Ilk . 4 I I 1 Berk, lb I II I 1 Hul.wltt. aa . 4 1 I I 0 ttahlaa. aa....4 114 tallaa. I 114 llaunn, lb . 4 114 1 Fsilth. 4 4 4 4 4 Total U I 17 I 1 Mailers, p.... I 10 4 0 lirsbais .... I I 4 4 Totala 14 I 11 II I Hatted for Starr In nlnih. batted for Becker In ninth. Batted fur Matlern in ninth. St. lxuia 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0-t Boston 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 28 Two-base lilt: Bresnahan. Sacrifice fly: Beck. Stolen bases: Shaw. Byrne. Left1 on basea: Boston, t. St. louU, 10. Bases on balls: Off Mattern. 8. Basoa on errors: Boston, 1: St. Louts, i. tilt by pi lend ball: Starr. Struck out: Bv Mattern. 8; by Salle, 4. Wild pitch: Mattern. Time: 2:U6. Umpire: J hnston. Forrest Sou Pitcher. LEXINGTON'. Neb.. May 15 (Special ) The Sutherland llih school haae tiall team waa dViV-i.-i hre today by the Lsxlnirton lliah school. The score was 14 to 4. Kor ret. who pitched for Lexing-ton. struck out eighteen of the visitors during the game. Rigger, Better, Busier That's whst ad tlalng In Th Bee does for your business DBASE LOSES ALL ABOUND Corahaskers aad Wesleyaaa W la Tvo Games from lowaas. LINCOLN, May 16. (Special Telegram.) Captain Beltser and his crew of Cornliusk ers trimmed the Drake university nine In the second game between the two schools this season, taking a tight battle at Uni versity Place this afternoon by a score of I 14 L This was the second game with Drake for the championship of the Missouri Valley Base Ball league, and the winning of It places the Comhusker next to mes in the team standings. The Iowa Aggies have a clean record so far. The game today was scheduled, for 10:30 this morning at Antelope park, but tbe diamond at the Western league ground! was a pond of water, left from the deluge of last night. The marine condition of the field forced the postponement of tbe clash between the two colleges until this after noon, and necessitated the transferring of the scene of action to the Wesleyan uni versity grounds at University Place, where tha two teams got together at 8:45. For the moat part tha contest waa a battle between pitchers, with "Hap'' Ward, tho 1 usky southpsw of the Cornhusksrs, n'ighlly in the better element. He pitched steady ball all tha time and the Dea Moines men fojnd him for but four saf binglea. Cavea. the apltball mound builder for the opposing team, allowed tea safe swats, threa or four of which being of th scratch variety. The score: NEBRASKA. AB. R. H. O. A K. for k, cf a 2 2 1 0 0 Oreeuallt. e 6 0 1 10 0 I 'ajk. lb 4 11111 Csrroll. 3b 4 0 t 8 1 0 Bellser. lb 4 0 0 8 4 0 Lodge n. If 4 0 0 1 0 0 Sturtzenegger, rf 4 1.1 2 0 0 MaitcAlf. as 4 0 1 2 2 0 Touring Car Toy Tonneau Roadster Chalmers-Detroit forty." 12759 Stands On Its Record The Chalmr-Dtrolt "Forty" Is one of tbe rare cars which has never developed a weakness, never has called for radical changes, but only for refinement of details. Again and again It has defeated some of the costliest cars on the market. Owned by Men "Who Know None docs hat this car (factory. can't do. All higher-priced care cost far more for upkeep. Some cost throe times as much. No Price Duya More Tha buyers of Chalmers-Detroit cars Include sotn of the best engi neer la America men of national fame. A roster of these names w ill In dicate to you how far the car leads in mechanical points. The buyers also Include a consid erable number of the wealthiest men In America. They are men who would will ingly pay any price If price could bar anything better. And tbe buyers include your own neighbors probably numer ous men whom you know. Ask us for the names and con sult them. No car at any price Is more sat- H. E. FREDRICKOON AUTOMOBILE CO. XiimLlMUiiBHJ JIIIJllM.l.wilwili.iHiiiMiw.i,iie)iJ' mwm unsniauini.uisjm.1 inimmi ujnianiiinn uii Twenty-Five Victories Last year alone It won twenty five important contesta for speed, endurance and hill climbing.' . Cars of high power and cars of high price went down in defeat be fore It. J On April 21, 1909. it won three hlll-cllmbing contests at Memphis three in one day. One of the cars pitted against it was a power ful 6-cyllnder car. The Chalmers-Detroit "Forty" has a speed of sixty miles per hour, and all the power one needs. It's as quiet as night, and it goes where any car can go. Its low cost of upkeep will he astounding to those who know what some cars cost. It is the car of pure enjoyment the utmost that price can buy. The more you investigate the more owners jou ask the more you will want this car. Please telephone or write, or call. 3H53j55nfjj5gr Pv3. 8. 0, Motorcycle n 1 - - - - - - - -i-i-i-i-iriririririi-iri.ri.i-ui -ii-in.nj-i.n..-."i.r.r a-.n.-ini-j-ri On account of American manufacturer being unable to fill orders for high class motorcycles, I have accepted the agency for the N. 8. U., a high class machine, made in Germany by the oldest and most reliable manufacturers in the world, and guaranteed to be one of the best ma chines ever constructed. I hate received the flrat consignment of these machines and am able now to show them, at my salesroom, 1632 Capitol avenue. Purchasers have fifteen models from which to select. Special low price on new and second-hand bicycles. An assort ment of good second-hand motorcycles. LOUIS FLESCHER 1G22 Capitol Avenue COMMERCIAL VEHICLES Delivery Wagons Prayar-Miller, American and Grabowsky Trucks. Motor Buggies and Road Wagons. Machines Sold on Qevlce Contract 1812 Harney Street. :-: :-: BRICK P. KUHI1 Ready for Delivery Monday. May 17lh, '09 "I aaaBaaBBBBBBBsaBVaaaaBBBaaBBaBBBBaaaMaBBBBaaBaaBMsaaBaasBMaBaBaay Two carloads of $1,250 Regal Motor Cars. Two carloads of $1,750 Inter-State Cars. One carload of $750 Hupmobile Roadsters. W. L. HUFFMAN & CO. DISTRIBUTERS Telephone Douglas 1289. 1824 Farnam St. Ward, p 4 0 1 0 t 0 Totals 38 4 10 17 1 DRAKE. ' AB. R H. O. A E. Burcham. ss 4 0 2 1 0 1 Caves, p 4 0 0 0 4 0 McCoy. If 4 1110 0 IMiKBn. cf 4 0 0 t 0 0 8c tt. rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Van Meter, c t 0 0 10 2 0 Jnnes, 2b S 0 0 0 I 0 Witter, lb S 9 0 I 1 Musgrave, Sb 1 2 I I Totals 32 "l 4 24 12 2 Nebraska 2 '0 1 0 0 1 0 4 Drake 0 0 0 1' 0 0 0 0 01 Three-bass hit: McCoy. Two-bas hit: Greensllt. Sacrifice Mta: Metcalf, Carroll. Stolen bases: t'o ke. Carroll. Flrat baa on balls: Off Ward, 2: off Caves, 2. Hit with pitched ball: Caves. Struck out: Iiy Ward, 2: by Cavea. 6., Double play: Pelt ar to Metcalf. Time: 1:28. Umpire: Eii yrt. s Wesleyan university defeated Draka uni versity of Des Molr.es In fourteen Inlngs this afternoon at X'l Iverelty Place. 1' to 0. It was a brilliant pitcher' battle. In which forty-ons strlkeosts were recorded. Farth ing of Wesleyan aa credited with twent thiee of these, while McCoy of Drake did the work fur the other eighteen. Wesleyan crowded Its single run across th plate In the fourteenth Inning, after McOoy had weakened and allowed two hits. 8cor: Wesleyan 0000000000000 11 Drake 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Batteries: Wesleyan. Farthing and String - fellow; Drake, McCoy and Van Meter. LAUNCH RACE ON MISSISSIPPI Rarllaa-ta Prepartac for Regatta af All Klada of Craft. BURLINGTON, la.. May 16.-Th launch club of this city plana to hold on July i and the largest motor boat regatta ever given on the Mississippi river. There aie to be ten Important prlx races, from on inlie to thirty miles, and races for all kinds of river craft from a 20-footer to a full cabin cruiser. Entries hav already bun received from every Important point on the Mississippi between Memphis and St. Paul, as well aa on craft from th Ohio, Cumberland, Illinois and Missouri rlvr. Burlington will eapend $10,000 In th ntr- tainmeni of guest. There will b a river carnival and pyrotechnic. I. rona Defeats Tekanaaa. .YONS. Neb.. May 14. (Special.) In th . . . . . .. ..u.m ih. r.vAni Vflarh j i rf. i attune i v . i c . . ., hool base ball team defeated th Teka- h High school team Dy ins aoora oi t m I Hi Itliuir. "i 1 -'" ork on both aides, three double play ing executed, ana in w. . Connor nd Hill. Score: R.HE. a a l A l A 1 A a T 7 1 1 IT II II v ' Tekamah 0 , 0s i rvrtMMv a A Hill: Tk4tmah, BhatVr nd Onlr. Btruck out: -. . . . i u , a ru..KU u t onnor, ; ' uii"r. ys: Banta to Johnson. Haswell to War. i . Haa well to Chatt. Time: ISO. I'm- plrei Calnon. PatbSadrr oa Ketara Trip. fYt,r.RArf SPRINGS. May 16 -Piloted bv Colorado Springa autolais. th (Hidden K M r i.atrhfinder csr left this rliy at 30 this morning on It return trip to De troit ' I. faa acr mat 3. w belr O I.yc Bv plaj ren, COOLEY CROWS COME NEXT Topekt Begins Foar Otmei with Omaha. Sunday Afternoon. TEAM IS UAZTNO A GOOD SACS Ba Maaaarer Dick Cooler, OI4 Bo, toa Farorlte, Jay Aaarews aad Other Veteraas ia the Llaeea. Cooley and his Cooleycrows will be tha next in Una for tha Rourk family. Th ar scheduled to open a four days engage ment at Vinton Street park this after Boon. Along with Wichita th Topeka team has been the surprts of th year. Many fans pitied those poor Kansas towns tn their effort to put teams Into the West ern league, figuring that they would ba outclassed in th company they were to enter. Whai a difference? These two teams started to win games right from th jump and have kept It up. Cooley has several old-timer on his team whoa face will be familiar to Omaha fan. Among thee first of all Is Cooley himself, who played in Omaha In the early 'SO, and than went with 8elee to Boston. Old Jay Andrews played In Omaha when Heck was a pup and Fwtlon waa with Lin coln a oeupl of years. Monday will be ladles' day. th first chance of tb season for th women to ae th Rourk family free of charge. It poured down on tha first scheduled ladles' day. Tb Unup: Omaha. Position. Topeka. Kan First Cooley King Second Kahl Penury Third Andrews Franck Short Downey Fisher Daft Ken I on Beldsn .Center VVooley Walch Right Oeler Uonding ....Catch Kern Cad man .....Catch MoManua Sander Pitch ...Kauffman Tower Pitch Thnmaaon Swalin i. Pitch Burnum Hollenbeck Pitch Hendrlx Hansen Pitch Belts Johns Pitch Slupnica oainea called 1:44. alts at (esvJ wlek. QALWICK, Eng., May 1.-Th Marl borough stake of 600 sovereign for t and 4-year old, dlstano on mil, was won todsy by Thaddeua. H. P. Whitney a Sixty 11 waa second and Uws Band third. taothasa Colfera Basy. NEW TORK, May 1.--Ti program for th eleventh annual championship tour nament of the Metropolitan Golf asso ciation was announced to be held oo the links of the A pa warn is Club at Rye, N. Y., on May M to 20, Inelua4v. The qualifying round will be at thirty-six holes, medal play, th sixty-four to west scores carrying eligibility for match play, which will b at tghtn hole, except th final rm!4 Te first thirty-two men will qualify for the championship and th third and fourth lx ten for special prises, while th defeated sixteen of th firs thirty-two will contest for th president cup. lull Something worth while talk ing about. Weighing up to $50 expecta tions for $35 is "a way we hare." This is a condition brought about, by th "lately lamented" panic. Men accustomed to giv ing. $50 suit-orders elsewhere, feeling tha pinch of circum stances, come to us with $35 in their hands but with $fi0 quality (dens Immovably fixed In their n.lnds. We saw our opportunity. Gave 'em $50 tsilorlng for $35. The result. Is. that our business has steadily surely Increased every month since the flurry In fi nances started. The moral Is why aren't you getting some of this $50 qual ity for $35, or some of those special two-piece suit for $23? PERFECT FIT Gl'AIlAXTEED MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co. . 804-304 Sooth 10th Steet. .Corner 16th and Farnam St. iRUMMOtlD Pest Job Paintfafl and Repairing Ever Done on My Carriage. Thanks! Don't you like an appreciative customer? Go ahead and repair the open buggy fust sent von John Dakln wants to know price oa your "Own Make' Automobile Tops also prices on a Wind shteld that won't rattle. Yoars truly, Alex. AUTOMOBILES AT TOUB OWJT Fit ICS 300 Baaehia a faw sampls tak your oholosv. Modal H. Walla Sisamar. lullr equlppail. alishily . parfeet condition, ia mMal, Hop. Hartford IP-a. p. runahout, IbnH Wlnton, model K, 4 crlm4.r towing car, jurl O'artiaulxl. aeft. OKanobll. taurlag car, 4 crllntr 4fi-k p.. ! 1H modal, 41. mm). fora S roadat.r. IX modal, top. (lax front. I.'1. ror S 4u Itiia. top. 4 lasipa. ate. Pord runabout. 4 rjllndrr M b p., V,i aiaiwall runabout, t cyl;ndar H a p , i Bulrk, t rrlmaar ll-ti p touring car. Wlnton, I eyllndar li b. p. touring car, datch able toeaaati. 1274. Our Mail Order Department la s aparlal .rsanlaatlon f qualttit aiparta ' poaaaaa a tborouirk knnwladfa of anodom auiomoaiia anginmrlng prattle. Taa? rurnlah alualila advira gratia to tha out-of-lawn buyar who cannot ribit our atora. and will glva lull dataila and Uosa ( any aiarklu. Hat an upon iwouaat. Writs fur our latart puhllraltona: TH1 PHrdlt'lAN'g A.NTOXOB1I.K AND THIS TlMava tQI'AKB BLLI.ETI.N, Sam post (r a anywhaia. Cul Rataa an Supallaa. Srlal gala on Tire. Sand tat ur Supply Caialogua TIMES SQUARE AUTOMO BILE COMPANY IVm'l forjat tha addraaa. 1333-1334 slohlraa At, CMcafO 111. Taw Task Aaarsss. 414-417 4nk .. Vfast of Broadway. . IVoata Arss, lata a mn lit. TW ENT ET rTC E NTU R YFAR M ER Th Mspar that fradaraa Hal fo) V a4-rtlsr. I