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THE HEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2X 1000.
J REAL ESTATE CITY- PHUPKHTY FOR i ALB. (Continued.) 10-ItOOM KOUXTZE PLACE HOME HEDUCEU TO $5,500 IF SOLD BY JULY 1. 2022 Wirt street. This Is an ideal horn tyr mmwni with a lam family, Located Ji th choicest mrfl In Kountxa Place. (h street Is iiv"l with asphalt and ih lot haa lata shade trees In front and la nicely terraced. There In reception hall, parlor, living room, library, dining room and kitchen on the first fhor, 4 fine bed room and bath on the second floor, also attic. House Is built of very heavy lumber throughout, bavin 2x4 atuddlnc In stead of the ordinary 2x4 atuddlnc used nowadays and most of It In white pin lumber. The reilinga are high. There ar bay windows on three sides of the house. It ha the latest style of open phi hi rune and several years ago one of the best hot water heating plants was Installed. Liars; front porch was put on last year. The house Is in flrat-claas repair throughout. The owner of this property Is anxlou to sell and haa made a very reasonable price for quick !. It will not be necessary to pav all rash, as the owner- will take a mortgage back for over hahT the amount. You can call at our office or fa direct to the house and look It over. Possession can be given by July 1. HASTINGS & HETDKN, lfi!4 Harney St HERN IS A REAL. RNAP. A T-roora house, modern exoept heat; lot ffixlSt; fruit and shade: this house was I Milt three years ago for a home; price H. can at i Military Ave. REAL ESTATE FARM AND HA JSC II l4U FOR SALS Celermde. LAND for sale In Colorado within miles of Juleabutg, nice prairie, $10 per acre; Ml down, balance 4 years' time. Address Thomas Coohrane, Lincoln, Neb. Minnesota. 830 ACRES well Improved land, Red river valley, Minnesota; nothing better on earth; 813 per acre. I. T. McMahon, Endl cott St.. St.- Paul, Minn. Nebraska. SEND for long list; farms 16 to $100 per acre. BF.MIri. Urandela Bids;. GOOD LAND CHEAP. 640 acres, .western Nebraska, $.1.25 per Here; tsOO cash, 81.2&0 payable in eight years, $140 each year; low rat of Interest. aores In Dundy county, Nebraska, $0.60 per acre. All cash. 1U0 acres in Kimball county, Nebraska, four mile aoutb of Dlx; Swedish settle ment; every acre can be cultivated. Prlc $10 per acre. . 80 acres In Polk county, Nebraska, near Osceola, $4li per acre. j. o. honk, council murrs, la. 312 Shugart Bl k. 'Phone 14- BIO SNAP FOR SALE. Fine Improved farm, 160, In oentral Ne braska; all In cultivation but few acres; 26 acre alfalfa; bandy. to town and school; price $75 acre; good terms; one of the best In the state. Address the owner, Y 7s, care Be. A SNAP. 4s0-acre wheat, corn and alfalfa farm; 50 aores hog-tight; good Improvements; $35 per acre. J..T. Campbell, Litchfield, Neb. A CISTER COUNTT FARM Of 1196 acres about 7 miles north of Broken Row. practically all of this is valley land and level; 8U0 acres now under cultivating no better land can be found anywhere, l-'nlr set of Approvements. Thla Is a farm sliat anyone, can feel proud of owning. We have this for about a month for $40 p r acre; a few thousand dollam down l,in contract Is made, balance March 1, r.no. BltADT.EY & MATHIESEN, Room 4. Ore Rldg., Omaha, Neb.. Oklahoma. OKLAHOMA 4M !C(r" acres .of upland prairie, black ssndy soli, near Caney, Kan., price $20 per a re. 4'7 700 acres of agricultural land In one body; some Is leased for oil and gas and Home IS hot; locnted 9 miles southwest of Nowata; price $22 per acre. 4r 2ao acres -of extra good farm land, located near Wann, Okl.l scree of this Is as rich as you will find, 80 acres has somo diaws In It; land -raised 30 bu. of corn and oats to the acre; 70 acres Is leased for oil and gas and Is paying $1 per acre advanced royalty; big bargain at $J0 per aore 4MI-I.040 acres of rich valley land, all smooth and part of same Is In a high state of cultivation; this land is located within three miles of Watova, Okl., and six miles from Nowata. Okl.; 800 acres of It is practically in one body and 240 acres Is located three miles South; the land Is well worth $2.r per acre; an exceptionally good bin-gain at $20 pec acre. We have land In Nowata Co. In any size tract you muy desire from 6 acres up at prices ranging from $10 to $3 per acre. There aret.ftuO flowing oil wells In No wata Co. - Natural gas Is sold at 2c per l.OuO cubic fret. You might set an oil well with your land. Average rainfall In Nowata county, 36 Inches per annum; average from March 1 to October L 24 inches, and distributed Just as needed. food water Is found from 20 to 40 feet. Kind Nowata, county on your map. -The-Oklahoma & Cherokee Central R. R. rant and west through this county Is a certainly. Lund will probably double In value within two year. . You can't afford to mlHS this opportunity. Ask Mo, Pao. ticket agent about low rates to Nowata. Come in and see us, or write. NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO., Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. . Phone Red .. -. Omaha, Neb' Open . evenings. at Irak ota. HOMESEEKERH AND LAND SPECU . . J.ATOR3. I have a number of choice tracts of land in Grepoiv. Trljip, and Myer counties, So. Dak. I deal In newly patented Indian lands, and ran furnltih clear unincumbered titles for all lands I-control. Write, me for pries and descriptions,. Office at Gregory. So. i Dak. Dr. E. T. Spencer. Miscellaneous. Irrigated Lands liia itupi orfiuK, grain, alfalfa, sugar bee'.s. la.ittioupcs 'and vegetables. Fine fur bonus. Will pay for itself In two to six )ir. Annual Income as INVEST MENT 12 TO 30 PER CENT. Prices $sS lit $lut; ' one-fourth Cash, balanee, 1 to I years. For dewrlptlve booklet write Isaac Conner, Chamber of Commerce. Omaha, Neb. Reliable agents wanted. REAL ESTATE LOANS 1100 TO $10.UOO mad promptly. F. D. Wcad, Wead ttidij., lull and Faroamv (22 sU PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. Sherwood, atf Utandei Bldg. ii 16 PAYNE. LJaTWlCK & CO., N. f. Llf. Private fiwury, Vaim to .000; low rate. VlXki ER CENT MONET , to loan on Oinatia Business Property. THOMAS UKENNAN. . Room i. New York Lit Bldg. $000 TO $200,000 on Improved property; no delay. GARVIN bRoui.. 1004 Farnam 6u LOWE SIN HATCH Bern la, Brandela Bldg. (t00 TO $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keaf Rual Estate Co. luui N. T. Life. Doug, er A-2162. (J (Ol WANTED City leans and warrmnta. W. Farnam biiillh dt Co., 114) Farnam St MONET TO LOAN Payne Iaveement Co. WANTED City loaoa. Peters Trust Co. BBCOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated. Apply Room 417-U First Kai l Bank Rldg. Bell Phcne Douglas 331. Ul 3 WANTED TO RENT WK K are getting Inquiries tor well located hoyaa. Must have sol agency. Nowata l-ai.i) ard Lot Company, auite Z4 N- I 4 Life Bldg. Phone Red 1&9. Omaha. Neb, ? Opan evninsa i3 I WANTED Board and lodging In private family for gentleman and two boy, aged I and I ars luu.uir at tul Pwalotflo hirudins) WANTED TO RENT (Continued ) WANTKI For the summer, furnished house, about 4 rooms, by responsible couple. Address I" 11. rare Hee. REAL ESTATE WANTED WE HAVE BUTF.ItS for a t-roorn house. a-rooin house and a couple of rnt lota NOWATA LANK AND LOT COMTANT, Suit (74 N. T. Life Bldg.. Omaha. Phone Red 19i9. Open Evening. STOVE REPAIRS NEW furnaces; hot water and hot air com blnatlon heating, t and 4-hole laundry hot water heaters, mantle grates, gas stoves repaired, water fronts and flower vases. Omaha Stove Repair Works. 180 1208 Douglas St Phones lnd. A-36U, Bell Douglas 824 WANTED-T0 BUY LEST prlc paid for Id-hand furniture, stoves, clothing. Wm. Rosenblatt. Tel. Douglas MOL (2C) 828 DEBT price paid for second-hand furnltur. carpets clothes and shoes. Tel. Ioug. 397V WANTED SITUATIONS For high grade man. call Omaha T. M. C. A. EXPERIENCED bookkeeper and cashier. Tel. Webster 4U8. SITUATION by chauffeur; well experi enced; reference furnished in or out of town; private Jub preferred (colored). Ad dress O 61 Hee. LEGAL NOTICES Notice of stockholders' Meeting. To the stockholders of THE MISoOL'RI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY: In conformity with the requirements of the Constitutions and laws of the slates ot Missouri, Kaunas and Nebraska and th by-laws of the Company, YOU AKcl HEREBY NOTIFIED that by reaoluUon oi the Board of Directors Of The Missouri I'aclflo Railway Company duly adapted at a meeting of said Board on the 2th day Of May, A. D., 1st, a meeting of the stock holders of The Missouri Pacific . Railway Company has been called to be held at the office of tlie Company, Room 70 Missouri Paclflo Building, In the Cily of L Louis. In tho Stale of Missouri, on the sixth day of August, A. D. I'M), at nine o'clock In tn foronuon, UJ For the purpose of considering Con tract and Articles of Consolidation bearing date the 2tn day ot May, lfcw. iieieiofvre made and entered into by and on behalf of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company and the following named corporations by order of their respective Boards of Directors: The Kansas and Colorado Pacifio Rail way Company, a consolidated corporation of the Slate of Kansas; . The Central Branch Railway Company, consolidated corporation ot the iuue of Kansas; The Rooks County Railroad Company, corporation of the State of Kansas; The Nevada and Minden Railway Com pany, a corporation of the biate of Mis souii; . Nevada and Minden Railway Compiny of Kansas, a corporation ot the blats of Kansas; Kansas City and Southwestern Railway Company of Missouri, a corporation ot the btate ot Missouri; Kansas City and Southwestern Railway Company, a corporation ol the fau.1 ot Kansas; ''-- The Fort Scott Central Railway Com pany, a consolidated corporatiou ot the Slate of Kansas; Kanopolis and Kansaa Central Railway Company, a corporation ot the State of Kansas; The Kansaa Southwestern Railway Com pany, a corporation ol the totate ot Kansas; and The LeRoy and Caney Valley Air Lin Railroad Company, a corporation of the Slste of Kansas. (2) For the purpose of voting upon the question whether such Contract and Ar tlclis of Consolidation, so made and en tered Into, shall be ratified, assented to, ap proved and adopted and such consolidation consummated or whether such Contract, and Articles ot Consolidation shall be re jected; i2) To consider and ot upon the adop tlon of a resolution accepting the provis ions of Article 11 of Chapter 12 of the Re vised Statutes of the Stale of Missouri, ls9, and to authorize the filing thereof, nil as required by Scotion numbered 1UG8 of such -Revised Statutes in the cava ot con solidation ut railway corporations; and whereby all or any of said corporation and The Miasutlri Paclflo Railway Company nave agreed to consolidate in the whole, and to consolidate the stock of the re spective companies making such consolida tion, and to form and make under and pur suant to the lavs of the Slates of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, a new, consolidate.! corporation, to be known as The Missouri Paclflo Railway Company, owning, con trolling, possessing and bringing under on management all and singular the. lines of railroad and other properties, real, personal and mixed, powers, rights, privileges, im munities and franchises, belonging to any of the companies making such consolida tion, upon the terms and conditions fixed and stated by said Contract and Artless of Consolidation- (4) To take any other action In the pre mises, and to transact any other business that mav properly come before the meeting, Such Contract and Articles of Consolida tion will be submitted to the meeting of the stockholders so -called for examination and every stockholder atterai ig win be fur msed with a printed copy thereof, and at any Mme before such meeting any stock holder will be furnished with a printed copy of such Contract and Articles ot Conso lidation upon application therefor during business hours to the Assistant. Secretary of the Company, at the office of the Com pany In the City of St. Louis, Missouri. Dated. May 29th, l'J09. GEORGE J.. GOULD. President ot Tbe Missouri Paclflo . Rail way Company. A. H. CALEF. Secretary of The Missouri Paclflo Railway Company. T2toA GOVERNMENT NOTICES FORT ROBINSON. NEBRASKA, June 47, l!0s. Sealed proposals far furnishing ana Initialling metal frame . screens,, metal weather strips, and screen doors In -one field officer's, two double captains', one double lieutenants', one ten-set bachelor officers' uuarters and two doable cavalry barracks will be received here till 11:00 a. m. July 17th. 1H09. Information and. specifica tions furnished upon application to this office. Envelopes containing proposals should be endorsed, "Proposals for screens, etc.," and addressed to "Oiwistructlng Quartermaster, on uooinson, Nebraska." J21-22-3 OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING Quartermaster. Fort Creok. . Neb.: June 14, VW.-Pealed proposals. In triplicate, will be received at this office until 11 a. m., June 24. lira, and then publloly opened for the construction of a "root cellar'' at Fort Crook, Neb. A guarantee of 10 per cent of amount of proposal must accompany each bid. Plans and specifications may be seen at this office only. Blank forms and In formation furnished upon application here Proposals should be Indorsed "Proposals for Construction of Root Cellar,"- and ad dressed to CAPTAIN JOSEPH F. GOJIN, Constructing Quartermaster. JunelS-T 17-22-23 OCEAN STEAMERS CLARK'S CRUISES, Of THE "CLEVELAND" (Hamburg-American Line) ls.000 tons, brand new, - JT superbly fitted. Round the worli) Fim New Tork October 16. 1909; from Han Fancisco Feb. 6, 1910, nearly four months, costing only $450 AND UP, In cluding all expenses afloat and ashore. VEGlAIi IEATUUIi Madeira, Egypt, Inita, Oeylon, Baruia, Java, Borneo, 3aU lppius Japan. An nnasual caaaos to visit unusually attract! places. lilth Annual Orient Cruise, reb. , 10j bv North German Lloyd a. d. "Grosser kuifuerst, 73 days, Including 24 days Egypt and Palestine, 434O0 up. TaVaJBTX O. CIa-K. TIMIi BUXt., B7. T. CANADIAN PACIFIC I HAM yOU BATS AT WmmXj Statu Between MestceoJ, Quebec on Utersoat. Two days on the benuuiui BL Lawraaoe river a4 too (Uortest ooeaa reals to nn Nothing setter on tbe Atlantis than eui Enipressea Wlrelas on all steamer. VHrst cieoa, 490; second, 430 i sue elnsa catvui, ai ojr ticket agent, or writs for sal il. Ik i'f Mi'd hnnkiel. - , c 3L msMjAMm. . n 3a ateoU Cterg W CAiontrW Sioux City Smothers Pueblo; Naps Take Pair From White Sox SIOUX PILE UP BIG SCORE Leader Defeat Tailendert Twenty One to Four. TWENTY-FOUR HITS FOR VISITORS Home Team Haa Crippled Llstip mm A Ooes tw Pieces Early la tbe Game. TfEPLO, Colo.. June 21. With a crip pled lineup. Pueblo put up the poorest game ever seen here and the Rtoux City player fattened their batting averages by a score of 21 to 4. After the third Inning the visitors hit at will and clouted the ball all over the lot, while Pueblo's error oolumn tells the rest of the story. The core: SIOUX CITY. AO. R. H. O. A. E. Campbell, If 7 t S 2 0 0 Andrea, 2b 6 1 2 1 S 0 Smith, ss 6 1 8 0 5 0 Edmondson, cf 8 6 4 1 0 0 Welch, 8b (18 110 Stovall, rf 5 8 8 1 0 0 Hunter, lb 6 8 4 t 0 0 Hunter, c 6 ' 0 0 8 1 0 Alderman, p 6 1.1 0 1 0 Total 52 21 24 H 18 0 PUEBLO. A B. R. H. O. aTk'. Locke, 3b 4 11110 Curtis, If 4 0 110 0 ''lark, lb 8 116 10 Spencer, cf , 8 1 0 1 0 1 Walters, 2b 1 0 0 8 0 1 Jehl, c 10 110 2 Miller, rf 8 10 10 1 Kenzcl, ss 4 0 0 8 1 1 Mltze. c. and 2b .... 4 0 15 8 1 Hatch, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 Galgano, p 8 0 0 0 1 0 Bonno 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 83 4 7 V 11 W Bonno batted for Oalgano In ninth. Sioux City 01080107 821 Pueblo 1008000004 Stolen bases: Stovall. Hunter, Towne, Campbell, Smith, Snem-er. Two-base hits: Hunter i2, Edmondson (2V Welch, Camp bell, Alderman. Three-base hits: Stovall, Andreas. Welch (2). Mltze. Left on bases: Sioux City. 9; Pueblo. 6. Hit bv pitched ball: Oalgano, Alderman. Sacrifice hits: "Welch. Clark. Rtruck out: Bv Hatch. 4; by Galgano, 1; by Alderman, . First base on halls: By Hatch. 8: by Oalgano, 1; by Alderman. 1. Wild pitch: Hatch. Time: 2:20. Umpire: Clark. Attendance, 500. WICHITA WINS PITCHICRS DTTEL Two Rons Are Made on mn Rrror In tho Seventh. WICHITA, Kan.. June 22.-Wlehlta won from Des Moines today In a pltchern' bat tle between .Lang and Brennan. . Bader's muff of Weaver's long fly with the score tied, two out and three on bases In the seventh made the game safe. Two runs came In on the error, and Brennan drove in a third with m clean single over second Wichita's first run came when Pennell drove the ball over the right field fence In the second Inning. Des Moines got Its sole tally on a base on ball, a stolen base and Williams' two base hit to left. The soore: WICHITA A.B. R. H. O. A. E. Cole, rf 4 0 110 0 Anderson, ss 4 0 1 8 4 0 Hughes, lb 8 0 1 4 0 0 Pennell, If 4 1110 0 Holland, lb.. 4 0 0 6 0 4 Westenll, Sb 1110 10 Pettlgrew, If...., 3 10 10 0 Weaver, c 8 0 0 6 2 0 Brennan, p...i S O 1 1 8 0 Total ,....,. 30 4 7 17 10 0 DES MOINES . , A.B.- R. H. O. A. E. Dalton, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0 Colllgan, as 4 0 0 0 3 -0 Bader, If 3 0 0 1 0 1 Mattlck. cf 4 0 0 2 0 4 Dwyer, lb i 4 0 1 7 0 0 Nlehoff, .lb 2 111.09 Williams, 2b 8 0 1 13 1 Hhea. c. ...... .......... 0 1 10 1-0 Lang, p 3 0 10 5 0 Total ...... ..30 1 6 24 11 3 Wichita 0- 1 0 0 0 0 8 0 -4 Des Moines 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0--1 Struck out: by Brennan, 4; by Lang, (. Bases on balls: off Brennan, 3. Hit by pitched ball: bf Brennan, Bader; by Lang, VVesterzll. Wild pitch: Brennan. Two base hit: Williams. Home' run: Pennell. Stolen base; Westerxil, Bader, Niehoff. Sacri fice hit: Hughes. Left on bases: Wichita, 4; Des Moines, 4. Double plays: Brennan to Holland, Lang to Williams to Dwyer. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Haskell. Attendance: 1.2W. LINCOLN EAV FOR DENVER rear Rons In First Isslng Give Vic tory to Grlsslles. . DENVER,. June 22. Four hits, a sacrifice,' two stolen bases and an error gave Denver four runs and the game In the first Inning. After that 'Johnson was most effective. Adams was hit hard in one inning, the eighth,: when a two-bagger and two sin gles gave Lincoln on run. Catches In far left field by Beldcu and the stabbing of a line drive by i-.'o were features. Score: . DENVER. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Cassady, rf..... 3 1 2 2 0 0 Belden, If 0 4 3 1 0 Jones, cf 3-1 1 4 .0 0 Lindsay, lb...- 4 116 10 Maag, 8b 4 110 3 0 Siankurd, 2b 4 U 0 3 . 1 U .Hartman, ss i. 4 0 1 2.1 1 Thompson, c ....3- 0 1 S O 1 Adams, p 3 0 ' 3 0 1 0 Totals ..31 4 37 8 i LINCOLN. AB. R. H. O. A. E. Waldron, rf 5 0 1 2 o a Fox, 2b 5 13 16 0 Davidson, cf...' 4 0 1 i U Thomas, lb,,.... . 4 4 1 0 4 Judu, If 3 0 0 1 0 1 Uagnler, ss., 3 0 1 1 3 0 Sullivan, c 4 0 0 5 2 0 Pritchclt. 3b 1 0 0 2 1 V Mason 10 10 0 0 Johnson, p 8 ,9 0 0 0 0 Totals :..,33 1 8 24 11 1 Batted for Pritchett In ninth. Denver 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Lincoln 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Two-base hit: Fox. Three-base hits: Cas sady, Adams, Lindsay.. Sacrifice hit: Bel den. Bases on balls:. Off Adams, 5; off Johnson, 2. Struck out: By Adams, 3; by Johnson, 4. Left on bases: Denver. 6: Lin coln, 9. Double play; Maag to Stankard to Lindsay, win pit.cn : Adams. Time: 1:50. Umpire: Ulenalvln. Game Postponed. TOPEKA. June 22. Topefca-Omaha game postponed; wet grounds. MAGNATES AT DO V ICY FINER AL President Pnlllam nnd Acting; Presi dent Heydlev Anions; PaJl Bearers. PHILADELPHIA, June 22 The funeral ot George B. Dovey, president of the Bos ton National league base ball club, who died auddenly Saturday on a railroad train In Ohio, took plac In this city this afisr uoon and was attended by many men prominent In baa ball circle. The teams of Boston. Pittsburg and Phlladnlnhla Na tional league clubs attended the funeral In a body. The honorary pallbearers In cluded Preeident Harry C. Pnlllam A acting President John C. Heydler of the national league, ana Harney Dreyfus and William H. Locke of Pittsburg. Many floral emblems were received. Out of respect to the memory of air. rv.u.u all National league games scheduled for to- oay were aociareo on. City Is After Const?. Tbe elty engineer's department has or ganised its oass can team for tho reason and would Ilk to arrangs a gam with ths county's team for Saturday afternoon The olty men had a team last vear mnA won all their game. "We hope that th county does not disband when It gels this c-navueusB. aa 11 aia last year, say Ewln aioreany, oapiain. and w. A. Price, man- sr. F.aeltlng Oasno at Bentrleo. BBATR1CR. Neb.. Jund 33. -t Special. ) ium aeiapier noa uti oomjtony teams ill Standing of the Teams " WEST. LEAGUE. I AMER. I ASSN. W.L.Prt.1 W L Pet. Slou City... 89 18 .17l Milwaukee .84 2l .540 Wichita 80 19 .612 Columbus. ..84 30 .Ml Omaha H 28 .54 Indianapolis 84 81 .623 Topeka ...1..2& 21 .6.t3 Mlnneapol's .83 31.516 Denver 24 24 .60 Louisville ...33 St .614 Des Moines.. 2R 26 .tToledo 2S S3 .' Lincoln IS 31 .8r71 Kansas City. 27 82 . 4 Pueblo 16 83 .327St. Paul 25 31.444 aNAT. LEAGUE. i AMER. LEAGUE. W.L.Pct. W.LPct. Pittsburg .....IS 18 .74AretroIt 35 1 .646 Chicago 35 18 .tfcO Philadelphia 83 .64 New York. ..24 22 . 5J2 Boston SO 24 .r6 Cincinnati ...28 26 .MfiCleveland ...29 24 .M7 Philadelphia 24 2f .4JiNew York... 25 26 .4X0 St. Iouls 23 31 .4M:('hltago 23 U .4M Brooklyn ...17 S3 .81; Washington 19 32 .312 Boston 14 K ,2vi St. Louis 19 33 .3t UAM.'.S TOUAV. Western Leasrue Omaha at Topeka, Pes Moines at Wichita. Lincoln at Lenver, Sioux City at Pueblo. National League Boston at New Tork, Philadelphia at Brooklyn, Pittsburg at St. Louis. Cincinnati at Chicago. American Leagie Washington at Phila delphia. New York at Boston. Chicago at Cleveland, St. Louis at Detroit. American Association Coluiuhus at Kan sas City, Toledo at Milwaukee. Louisville at Minneapolis, Indianapolis at St. Paul. the City league played a close and exciting game last evening, which was won by the former by the score of 6 to 6. ' Tbe Gas company team had the game won up to the ninth Inning, when the Dempster team forged ahead, winning by one score. Score: . R U E. Dempster , 6 6 4 Gas Company 5 4 6 Batteries: For Dempsters, Booth and Clark; .for Gas Company, Ruh and Hum mer. GAME! IJT AMEHirtt ASOCI.TIOW Milwaukee Defeat Toledo Through Minikt'a Pitching, MILWAUKEE. June 22 Manske was In vincible In every Inning hut the eighth today, Milwaukee winning easily, 4 to I. Bcore: ' MILWAl'KEK. TOLEDO. B 11.0 A I B H O A B S'nink. cf 4 0 M.iir. rf t ' 1 0 iwrrsu, ii.... I v WHIncbmss, 2b 4 1 1 I v Mi-Utnn, lb . I 0 4 I Osmnot. i-t i 0 0 0 Randsil, rt...4 10 4 Hlrknun. !(.. 4 4 1 Clark, lb 4 0 4 1 0Fre.in.rt. lb . J 0 11 1 noDininn, M. I l i lL.nd. I 1 4 1 I Meorm'k, Itl I I I 0 Nl II. as 4 0 8 T I HoaKtter, o. . 4 1 7 0 DKi.ert, b....4 ill Manaks, p.... 114 1 0 0m, p i 9 0 I 0 AhtKitl. lb.... 1 1 1 Totals 31 t 77 4 McCarthy, rf. 1 10 0 4 Total II 4 14 II ( Milwaukee ......0 1 6 0 0 2 1 0 4 Toledo . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Two-base hits: Robinson. Randall. Three- base hit: Manske. Sacrifice hits: Owen. 8 moot, Robinson, MuCorinick. Stolen base: Strunk. Double plays: Kill to Free man to- Eiwert; Jilnchmnn to Mil to Ab bott. Left on banes: Milwaukee, 10; To ledo, 12. First base on balls: Off Manske. 3; off Owen, 4. lilt by pitched ball: iiincnman, McUaun, Owen, Mi-tJurthy. Struck out: By Manske. 8;' by Oweti. L Time: 1:55. Umpire: Conahan. l.leae Makes Great lilt. ST. PAUL, June 2.'. With two men out and men on first and second In the tenth InninK. Liese. who broke ud Saturday's game with a home run, again put the ball over the right field fence,; winning the game for St. Paul, 3 to 2.' Kllroy and uiaze both pitched excellent ball. Score: ST. PALL. INDIANAPOLIS. B.H.O.A.B B.H.O.A.E. Flrnn, lb.... 4 0 14 4 onarldion. rf., 4 I 1 o 0 Lima, cf 5 1 1 0 0 Crosa. ai 4 1 I 8 6 Armb'ater, rf. 3 0 1 1 0Hadrn, rt .4 0 10 0 Hurrsr, lf.. 4 19 4 1 Can-, lb. 4 17 0 0 O'Brltn, aa..,4 114 o M Chiuaey, . If 1 0 8 0 0 Cnrkman, lb.. I Oil 0 Hopke, Sb....4 1040 Writ-ley, 2b... 4 0 6 7 1 Shaw, e.1 4 0 12 1 0 Y.ager, c 4 I 4 0 Wllllami. 2b. 4 2 3 1 0 Kllror, p 1 0- 1 I tOlaae, p...... I 10 10 Mall 00000 Total,.,. ..34 3 6 Totals S3 I 10 22 2 T Batted for Kllroy In tenth. Two out when winning rutrs scored. St Paul 0 1, 0 0.0,,0 0 0 0, 2 3 Indianapolis ..... .0 1 0 0 0D 0 0 0 12 Two-base hits: Murray, . Carr. Three base hit:-- Llene. Stolen -tihses: Flynn. Yeatfer. McChesney. Olazs. . Uouble Dlavs: O'Brien to Wrlgley to Flynnv'Coekman to riRiey to t lynn. irFlrst base on- balls: Off Kilroy, 1: off Glaxe, 8. lilt by pitched ball: By Glaze, 2. Struck out; By Kilroy, 8; by Glaze, 2. Sacrifice hitsv McChesney, 2; Olaxe, 1. Left on bases: St. Paul, 6; Indianapolis, 6. Time: 3i20. Umpire: Owens. Dooble-lleader Mplits ' Even. MINNEAPOLIS, June 22. Minneapolis and Louisville split even "In a double header today, the locals taking the first game and the visitors the second. Young and Packard pitched splendidly In the first contest. Manager Piets of Louisville was banished from the coaching lines, and aft erward from the field in the first game, and Pitcher Hogg of the visitors was chased from the bench in the second game. Score, first game: MINNEAPOLIS. LOUISVILLE. B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.B. Oyler, aa 1 1 1 6 1 Dunlaary, rt. 1 1 1 0 0 (julllln. rf.... 4 4 10 lWucdrutf, cf.. 4 110 4 Downi, lb.... 4 111 ODelehanty, If. 6 0 0 0 0 O'Nalll. cf.... 4 110 OOlaen, !b...... 114 11 Cr.y.tli. if... 4 110 OTata, lb 4 17 11 Olll. lb 3 0 11 ft IRalllr. lb.....! 6 111 Collins, lb.... 4 111 1 Quinlan, a. .. 4 lit 11 Block, c 1 4 11 0 Hushaa, ....4 0 6 2 0 Young, p 1 1 0 4 OHalla, 4 16 I 0 Totala 83 I 17 14 4 Totala 17 4 34 11 4 Minneapolis 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 8 L,ouisvlllfl ...... ......0 0 0 0: 0 0. 0 0 00 "Two-base hits: O'Neill, GIH. Stolen base: GUI. Double Dlav: Hutrhes to Ouinlan. Left bn bases: Minneapolis. 12; Louisville, 12. rirsi case on bans: on young, 2; ott Halla, ). Struck out: By Young, 3 by Halla, 3. Time: 1:30. Umpires: Haves and Eckman. Score, second game: . . , LOUISVILLE. MINNEAPOLIS. B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.B. Dunlfavy, rf. 1 . 1 0 OOylar, a. 4 1 4 2 Woodruff, cf. I 1 1 0 Otiuillln, rf....4 0 110 Prl.h.Mty, If. 1 14 0 ODowna. lb.... 1 0 10 1 OI,.n, ll 4 14 1 OO'Nelll. rf ... 4 1 1.1 0 Tata, lb I 8 14 I Oraath, If.... 114 0 R.lllr, lb.... 4 0 0 I lulll. lb ..... 1 Iioi Quinlan, aa...4 Oil OColllna. lb..,. I 4410 Huahaa. e.... 4 6 4 1 OBIock, 0 0 0 0 0 0 Packard, p.... 4 01 R.pp. oi...-...l 041 -- Wil.on, p I 0 0 0 6 Tout 12 6 17 14 1 Patterson, p.. 1610 Totals... ...It 4 27 It 4 Minneapolis 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 11 Louisville 3 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 03 Two-base hits: Cravath, Gill. Stolen base: Gill. Sacrifice hits: Olll, Delehanty. Double plays: Rellly to Quinlan; Tate to Olsen. First base on balls: Off Hheckard, 2. Left on baHes: Minneapolis. 6; Louiu vllle, 7. Time: 1:25. Umpires; Hayes and Eckman. Gnmo Postponed. At Kansas City Kansas City-Columbus game postponed; rain. GAMES IN THHKE-I LEAGl K Davenport and Peoria Split Rrenlte In Double-Header. DAVENPORT, June 22.-Davenport and Peoria broke even In a double-header here today. Davenport winning the first game T to 6 by bunching hits In the first and second end the visitors taking the second game through Fleet's wlldne.i In the first and timely hitting. Score first frne. R H E. Davenport S 1010400 -7 7 4 Peoria 4 3400130 06 9 7 Batteries: Ferrlll and Smith; Kueppcr and Reynolds. Soore, seoond game. R.H E. Davenport 0 4810100 05 7 1 Peoi la 6 0440411 4-7 8 2 Batteries: Fleet and Edwards; West, Gilbert and HlKgins. ROCK ISLAND. 111.. June 32. Blooming ton won the first game of a double header today on Rock Island's errors in ths tenth Inning and Rock Island totik the second by better all around playing. Score first "rne. RUE Rock Island ..0 6 0 40 4 1 0 4 34 s 5 Bloomlngton 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 4 46 4 1 Batteries: Neal and King; Roger, Steen and Langdon, Smith. Score, second game. R.H.E. Rock Island 0 0001301 j Bloomlngton 0 4 0 4 4 2 4 0 03 4 I Batteries: Wilson and Eng; 6tecn and Smith. CEDAR RAPIDS, la.', June TJ.-Cedar Rap id won by superior batting. Score. R H.E. Cedar Rapids 1 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 7 11 2 Lecatur 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 1-3 t 1 batteries: Engmand, Roffer and Kelley; Jaoobson and Boucher, FlKher. SPRINGFIELD. 111., June. 23 Sprlngfleld Dubuque auie jHASlixtned. PLAYER HURT BASE RUNNING Browne of Washington Injured After Knocking Three-Bag-ger. DETROIT DEFEATS ST. LOUIS Game la Close, and Is Fine F.shlhltlon, Detroit Winning; by Score of 1 to o Other Games In American l eague. PHILADELPHIA, June 22 -The home team punched all of their hits In three In nings today and easily defeated Washing ton by 4 to 1. Browne injured his leg In running out his three-base hit In the fourth Inning and was compelled to leave the game. Score: PHILADELPHIA. WA8HINOTON B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E Hartml, If (Ultima, cf. toll in., tb. Murphy, rf.. l',vi lb .. Dakar, Sb... Be rTj, as... Thoniaa, c. Bander, p. . - Total!.... 4 110 0o.ni. tf 8 10 4 4 .111 0 Allrock. If... I 1 0 .4111 OConror. lb ... 4 .1110 0l nslauh. It.. 4 .41110 llonobue. lb.. 4 0 14 1 I 0 1 .4111 CTannrhlll. lb. H H 0 .4114 IktrBrlda. aa... I 0 1 1 .1110 0 Milan, cf 4 ,.3 0 0 4 0 Strati, e I Gray, p 4 0 0 1 4 I 0 M 10 27 '1 1 Total. H I 14 16 1 Philadelphia 0 0801300 6 Washington 0 0 1 4 0 0 4 4 01 Two-base hits: Barry, Thomas, Collins. Three-base hits: Browne, Hartsel. Sacrifice hits: Bender, Thomas. Sacriflc fly: Old ring. Double play: Mi LI? hie to L'nglaub. Left on base: Philadelphia. 4; Washing ton, 8. First bnse on balls: Off Bender, 2; off Gray, 2, First base on errors: Phila delphia, 1: WaKhlngton, 2. Struck out: By Bender, 8; by Gray. 3. Passed ball: Street. Time: 1:43, Umpires: Kerln-and Sheridan. Detroit Defeats 81. Louis. DETROIT. June 22 Both Wlllett and Waddell pitched fine ball, but Detroit was fortunate In bunching a double, single and Infield out In the sixth, thereby scoring the only run of the game. St. Louis filled the buses In the fifth, but could not score. Wlllett' s own fielding helped him mate rially. An Injured finger forced Catcher Stephens to retire from the game. Score: DETROIT. ST. LOl'IS. B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.B. Mrlntrrt. If . 4 110 Oll.nwll. rf . 4 110 0 Euan, 114 0 Hoffman, cf.l 0 1 o 0 Crawford, c. Cobb, rt Ruaaman, lb. O'Laarr, lb . Ichaafar, tb. Sttnata, e... Wlllett, p... 10 0 OMi-Alaeae, If.. 10 0 0 110 OFarrla. lb 4 0 0 1 0 17 1 0 Wllllama, 2b. 4 111 4 11 1 Jonea, lb I 0 10 1 116 0 Wallace, aa... 4 10 1 OSttphena. 0.. 1 lit ornaor, a 1 1 4 4 4 1 1 0 10 1 0 1 waddell, p...i Totala M 8 37 11 IVrlaa 1 0 0 0 4 Total II 4 14 14 4 Batted for Crlger In ninth. Detroit 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 Ut. Louts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Two-base hits: Mclntyre, Hartzell. Sac rifice Jilts: Wlllett, Jones, Crlger. Stolen base: Hartzell. Double plays: Jones to Wallace to Jones, Williams to Wallace to Jones. Left on bases: Detroit. 4: St. Louis. 8. First base on balls: Off Willett, 2. First rase on errors: St. Louis. 1. struck out By Waddell, 4. Time: 1:16. Umpires: Evans and fjg-an. Cleveland Wins Double-IIrader. CHICAGO, June 22 Cleveland took both games of a double-header from Chicago, to day. The scores were 3 to 2 and 2 18 0. Walsh made a balk In the ninth inning of the first game that allowed Easterly to score ine winning run ror t:levelund. Chi cago oulhlt Cleveland In the second, but failed to bunch hits when needed. Score, first game: CLKVKLAND. CHICAGO. B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.B. Oooda, rf 4 l 1 6 OHihn. rf I 0 1 0 0 Hr.ai.jt. lb... I 0 0 1 OWhIU. cf..... 4 1111 Turner. 2b.... J Oil Olaball, lb 4 OHIO Ltjole. lb.... 4 8 11 0 0 Unuahertr, If. 4 110 4 Htnchraan, of. I 0 8 0 OI'url.H. lb.... 4 114 0 Ball, aa 4 T 1 4 OTannehlll, aa. I 2 0 I s Eajlerlr, C...4 110 0 Atl, lb .1 0 I 1 0 Lord.y if. 4 110 OOwana, c 10 4 10 Joaa, 10 11 OWalah. p 14 0 14 Totala 11 I 17 17 6 Totala 12 I 27 11 1 Chicago v.O 1 (TO 0 0 0 0 1-2 Cleveland 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 l--3 Twp-baeo hits: ,.Tannelilll, Dougherty, r.asieny. saonrice nits: tiraaiey, liioeli Man fitrtlat. t,au,u I ...i i rrU ..-. v- T.nnuklll Double play: Bail to Turner to Cajole. Left on bases: Chicago, 4; Cleveland, 6. Bases on nans: ort Walsh, 3; off Joss, 1. struck out: By Walsh, 3; by Joss, 1. passed ball: Owens. Balk: Walsh. Time; 1:28. Um pires: Connolly and HursL Score, second game: CLEVELAND. CHICAGO. B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A.E. flooda. rf 4 0 0 0 OHahn, rf 4 1 1 0 0 Bradlajr, b.,4 0 11 Owhlte, cf I 14 0 0 Turnar, lb.... 1 4 4 1 -Olaball, lb 4 Oil I 0 LJol, 2D....4 110 0 OTlousharty. It 4 1 1 0 0 Hlnchman, if I 1 I I 1 Purtall, lb.... I 0 0 1 4 Ball, aa I 0 I 4 ITannahlll, la. I 0 8 7 0 i.iarae. c a i t u vaii. lb I I 1 1 0 Lord, It I 1(0 OSulllT.n, C...J 0110 Rhoadaa, p...l 0 0 4 0'Alliiar 1 0 0 0 0 owena, t 0 0 0 0 Totals.., .27 4 W 14 1 Smith, p Ill Total, 10 4 27 It 4 Batted for Sullivan in ninth. Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02 Two-base hit: Harm. Three-base hit: Dougherty. Sacrlfioe hits: Khoades (2), Ball. Double plays: Turner to Ball to Ln Jole; Purtell to Isbell .to Tannehlll; Bull to Lajoie: Khoades to Turner to Lajole. Left on bases: Chicago, 4; Cleveland, 3. Bases on balls,: Off Smith, 3; off Rhoades, 1. Struck out: By Smith, 3; by Rhoades, 3. Time: 1:38. Umpires: Hurst and Connolly. "- Boston Wins Poor Game. ' BOSTON, June 2. Boston won from New York In a poorly played game todav, 8 to 4. Lake was batted hard In the third In ning, giving the locals a large lead. Lord's balling was a feature. Score: BOSTON. NEW YORK. B.H.O.A.E. n h r a n McConnell, tb I I 2 1 Hemphill, cf.. 14 10 0 Lord, lb 4 4 I t OCreo, rf I I 6 0 4 pealter, cf... 8 110 1 Auatln, 3b.... 4 111 Hooper, cf..,. 4 0 14 OChaaa, lb 6 0 11 0 0 Gaafler, rt....l 111 1 Engl., If i 1200 Suhl. lb I 0 I 0 ODrmmtit. rf .l 1 I 1 1 Wagner, aa...! 14 1 OLaporla, 2b... 4 1110 Nil.,. If 4 10 0 OHIalr. e 4 0 4 0 0 Carrlfan, 0... I 14 1 IKnlfbt, sa....4 1114 Arallanea, p.. I 0 0 I OLaaa, p I 1 0 4 1 Bun-hall, p... 1 0 6 1 0 Huibes, D.... 0 0 4 4 0 Bchlllier, p .. 1 0 0 1 1 . Totals 44 10 14 It 8 Totala 12 II 17 11 I New York:' 0 2 O'O 2 0 1 1 04 Boston 0 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 4 Two-base hit: Lord. Three-base hit: Speaker. Hits: Off Arrellanes, 6 In five and one-half Innings; off Buicheld, 4 In two and one-half innings; off Schlltzer; none In one Inning; off Lake, 12 in seven Innings. Sacrifice flies: Uessler, Austin. Stolen base: Speaker. Double play: Knight to Laporte. Left on bases: Boston 4; New York, 7. First base on balls: Of Arrellanes, 1; oft Lake, 1; off Burchell, 3. First . base on errors: New York, 3. Struck out: By Arrellanes, 3; by Burchell, 1; by Schlltzer, 1; by Lake, 2; by Hughes, 1. Time: 1:22. Umpire: Perrine. Double-lleader nt Seward. SEWARD, Neb.. June 22 Special Tele gram.) With th score 7 to 4 In the third Inning In the first game, Red Cloud play ers iiuit the field afler the, third Inning because of a decision of the umpire which they would not accept. The second game was one of the best ever played In Seward. Score: Seward 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 03 Red Cloud 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Batteries: Seward, Stewart, Klssell and Ling; Red Cloud, Fugate, Clegg and Car roll. Struck out: By Stewart, 8; by Kis sel), 3, in one and one-half Innings; by Fugate, none; by Clegg. 8. First base on balls: Off Stewart, 2; off Clegg, 3. Double plays: Neff to Browning; Bradbrook to Orant to Clark. Hit by pitched ball: By Stewart, 2; by Clejrg, 1. Passed ball: Ling. Frroraf: Seward, 4: Red Cloud, 4. Hits: Seward, 6; Red Cloud, 5. Same teams play tomorrow.' Hastlnas Will Play Ball. HASTINGS. Neb., June 32 (Special. ) The Hastings base ball team, whose organi sation lh not yet completed, has begun lu session with three straight victories over Inciex le. Oiltiier and Urand Island. Mana ger Harms expected to strengthen the team materially In the next few days with the addition of several men from the Iowa Stale league. The following games have been scheduled: In Hastings. Orand Island. June 24 and 2; Red Cloud. July 1, 2 and 8; Grand Island, July 6; Seward. July, 12. 13 and 14. Away from Home, Grand Island, j -ii v 4; Red Cloud. July 8. 8 and 1). A series will be arranged with Clay Center for early games. Manager Harms an nounce that the team will play with any amateur or professional team In the stats. ura Boys Third Baseman. LINCOLN, June 28 President Oreen of Lbs Lini-iila Jiaas Lall club tonight an-. nnunced the purchase ot the release of Third Baseman McOuIre of the vjulncy club In the Central association. MoOulte was formerly with the St Louis Nationals. He will report to the team at lenver. VAIR rtEFK.tTft FRlJiCrcTO Br "core of S to B It Takee Deriding; dan ot Series. NEW YORK. June 22 -Yale defeated Princeton today at American league park. 6 to 2. and thus won the deciding; game of the series. Yale was better at the bat. In the field and In the box than Princeton. Handicapped by poor support. White pitched a fine game for Princeton. Van Vlfck pitched for Yale for seven Innings, giving way to Merrltt In the eighth. All of Princeton's hits were made off Van Vleck. Yale won the game In the ninth, scoring three runs on bases on balls to Merrltt snd Carey, Sides' error, hit by Fels and Mur phy, and Jefferson's sacrifice fly. Score: TALE PRINCETON. B.H.O.A.B. B.H O A K Phllhl. rt .. 1 I 1 0 orilllon, b ... 4 0 111 Carer. K 0 4 6 4 OBallln. If 4 I I 4 Pel., a. ..... I 4 1 1 on.waon. c ... 4 0 4 1 Murpnr, cf 1 1 0 CSIdaa. lb 4 t I 4 I Jrfforron. lb. I 11 1 0 Warwick, lb . 4 6 11 1 0 Loan, lb.... 114 PCun'jham. rf. 4 I 1 0 Paov-er. tb ... I 1 4 3 0Rea1. aa 1 0 111 M.llorr. If ... 4 4 1 0 orilman. rf....l 10 4 0 Swc-o.T, . . 4 1 0 1 Whlta. p 1 4 0 1 4 van lacs. p. iiiie Merrltt, p.... 4 0 0 1 0 Totals II I 87 K 4 Total, M 11 17 II 1 Yale 2 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 8-5 Princeton . 0 1 1 4 4 0 0 4 02 Two-bnse hits: Fels. Murnhv. Sacrifice fly: Jefferson. Stolen hases: Ixgan, Bsllin Hi, Mallory, Badger, Reed. Left on bases: Yale, t; Princeton. 4. Base on errors: Yale. 8. Double plays.: Sides to Warwlch to Dawson, Dillon t,o Reed. Struck out: Bv Van Vleck. b; by White, 4; by Meirltt, i. Base on balls; Off White. 4. o'f Vsn Vleck, 1. Wild pitch: White, Hits: Off Van Vleck. 5 In eevdi limine.'; oft Merrltt. 0 In two innings. Time: 8:30. Umpire: O Loughlin. PRACTICE FOR IIIU II 4N IIICA I Preliminary Sweepstakes Held nt Chl'-aero Gun Club. CHTCAOO. June 22 -The large field and I he failure of the trnps to work properly In the double events made it Impossible for sny of the contestants to finish the 100 targets In . the ' preliminary sweepstakes practice for the Grand American handi cap and the Chicago gun club todav. The feature was the work of ' Siuad number 1 in the second event at single targctts. The suuad broke 100 targets straight, each of the five shooters ac counting for twenty straight. The sfiiad was composed of Mrs. A. Topperwtn of Texas, Woolfolk Henderson of Kentucky. Harvey Dixon of Missouri, George K. Mackle of Kansas and H. D. Freeman of Georgia. Under the new rule of the Interstate aafoclatlon, Which conducts, the shoot, entrants In Die grand American handicap must also go after ihe "double events," which means that they must fire at the two targets thrown slmtillnneously. The traps at the Chicago Gun club were origi nally equipped for single targets and many of them failed to work properly under the new svstem. Fred Gilbert of Iowa and Bert Dunnelll of Fox Lake, III., were the stars In the double event, each breaking nineteen of twenty target. George Lyon of South Carolina broke seventeen In the double event and then counted thirty-nine of forty In the next two so.uads In singles. TI REIIBI ND AT CINCINNATI City Suspends Closing Ordinance tor Benefit of Visitors. CINCINNATI, June 22 -Large delegations from various cities arrived this evening to augment the already big attendance up on the thirtieth meeting of the North American Turnaround. The arriving guests marched through the down town streets, which were brilliantly illuminated The advance guard nf the St. Louis party, most of whom will arrive tomorrow came In tonight. More than 20.OH0 persons filled the great stands In Government square tonight and witnessed the evening alrf. Tomorrow the official opening of the fest Is to take place at music hall. The aotlvttles of the vis iting turners will begin at tho tented city at the ftjst plats Thursday morning. Cincinnati has a strict midnight closing ordor for saloons; , This has been rigidly enforced for" some years, but a relaxation Is being permitted this week In honor of the thousands of visitors. No official order ha been Issued. Clocks In most of the down town cafes are being turned back when the official time shows the approach of the regular closing hour. B.4TTLBH IS GIVES DECISION Referee Stope Flsrht nnd Crowd Jeer nnd Hisses. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okl., June 22-Bat-tllng Nelson was awarded the decision against Jack Clifford ii) the fifth round of what was to have been a fifteen-round bout tonight. Referee Dave Porteus stopped the tight when Clifford had been knocked down by a heavy Jab In the stomach. He said he feared CUfford would be hurt, and the authorities interfere. Clifford arose after the count of five, however, and de manded that the fight continue. The abrupt euding of the match angered the crowd of about 4.000, which hissed and Jeered the fighters. The disappointed fans crowded about the box office demanding that their money bs refunded. AUTO IS CLIMBING BIOl'NTAIJf Ford Cnr la Nrnrlnsi End of Its Long; - Jfonrave-y. PEATTLR, Wash.. - June ft.-The Ford car, No. 2, leader In the New York-to, Seattle race, Is climbing the Cascade moun tains, and is out of reach of telegraph or telephone. At 2:30 this afternoon It was estimated that it was near Lake Kitchelas, well up toward the Snowy pass. It will ferry across the lake and run all night, and so will the Shawmut car. Both have pilots who know the mountains. The Shawmut car arrived at Ellenburg, 128 miles east of here, at 6:17 this evening, elirht hours and fifteen minutes behind Ford No. 3. Royal Achntes Win Long; One. The Royal Achates went to Papllllon and won a thlrteen-lnnlng game bv the score of 4 to 2. "Woodard, for the Achates, pitched splendid ball, allowing only seven hits and striking out ten men. The score: R.H.E. Royal Achates 4 10 1 Papllllon 3 T T Batteries: Woodard and Kennedy, Rhoades and Ruff. . Tie Game at Plnttsmonth. PLATTSMOUTH, Juns 22. (Special.) This Is the score at the end of the ninth Inning and the game was called to allow the visiting team to catch a train for home. Plattsmouth ........ 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 1-4 Royal Achates 00001010 46 Earned runs: Plattsmouth, ; Omaha, 8. Umpire: O' Rourke. Time: 1:60. Johnson Coming; West. BOSTON. June 22. Jack Johnson, the heavyweight champion, haa called off his match with Tony Ross at Pittsburg and will go from Boston to ths Pacific coast. Johnson Is anxious to clinch a match. -with AI Kaufman before Stanley Ketchel ac cepts Kaufman's terms, according to a statement Issued tonight. Rhodes Wins Araln. LONDON, June 22,D. P. Rhodes of Ros ton was again victorious today In the lawn tennis championship contest being con ducted at Wimbledon. He defeated A. W. Andrew, 4-2, 4-4, 6-1. Weston Pnsse Hosrnp. LAKESIDE, Ctsh. June 23 Edward Pay son Weston, who arrived at Hogup at 11 11 p. m. last night, continued on his walk at 6:80 this morning. He expects to reach Mnntetlo today. , North Platto Detents Kearney. KEARNEY, Neb.. June 22 (Special Tel egram ) North Piatt defeated Kearney In a game of ball here this afternoon, 4 to 3. Oxford Indians Win. SHELBY. la., June 22 (Special Tele gram.) Oxford Indians defeated Shelby today In a good game, T to 4. Everyone would be oeiientec by taking Foley's Orlno Laxative for constipation, stomach and liver trouble, as It sweetens ths stomach and breath, gently stimulates ths liver and regulates the bowels and Is much superior to pills snd ordinary lax atives. Why not try Foley's Orlno Lais tlv today T sold by nil drugglsta. ST. LOUIS IS AFTER FISHER ennssnsetmnnat Paper Wirei The Be for Red'i Keo- ord and It Opinion. ' R0BIS0N ASKS FOR PA'S PRICE , Cardinal Owner Is Annies - to . Got Klaher nnd May Make Trnatv Olvlnn; Oniaan Pitcher In ' the BnrsTattn. '' 4 Red Fisher Is th Idol rf Omaha fans and popular all over, ths Western league circuit, but chance are 100 to 1 th fans will have to give him up at the end of the season. Two National league team ar after him. . St. Ixiuls has ppenWt negotiation "for him. President Stanley RoWson 'oT that club saw him plat' last week In Omaha and Is down at Topeka now1 eyerhg hlrfl. ' Ha' has asked Pa for a pries nnd Pa hai named It. Roblson Is how figuring Rirfnor Ttad It he had offered Pa Pitcher Rho4 arhd Outfielder Delehanty for Flkher.-Jvut so far as can be determined .your (Vl!' old Pa simply smiled and wwnt on wtth his knit ting. Delehanty has been . ..grfovf .hall ' player, but never what Father, promises to be, and Rhodes Is not in as good condition as he was last season when worklns for Omaha on a farm-out. ' He Is another of those spit ball artists who Is all right when right and all wrong when wrong. Thla 'tea son ha has been unabls io reduc ..himself to form. Omsha need lot of things wnrte than another spit ball man, one s a rtg;it handed pitcher who doesn't know how and won't learn how to thrvw a 'Spit ball,, It has too many of these art lets now, But anyway. If St. Louis' or th other National league team whose name The Bee Is not at liberty to mention now, makes a deal for F isher, he very sure that Red will not be delivered until the end of ths lew- son. No, indeed, your .Pa would, not let him go until the' pennant Is safely won. But. on the other hand.- should he see fit to make a player trade, Rourke could get some material for him, as an Installment, right away. That's probably what will b done. St. Louis has other pitchers It could offer. , .''.,- Ths Pee received a telojrahi from th St. Louis Times, asking for Its opinion of Fisher and his record, for this season. This is taken as Indicating that President Roblrfon of the Cardinals has beet) talking somewhat of the red-headed fielder and Is trying to land him. What Rourke wants Is a first-class, right-handed pitcher, without the spltter. but It's not any easy thing to get. The team could also profit vastly wfth a stronger second baseman than King. King pelongs in the outfield and would he worth half again as much to th team there. . He needs, also, to spruce up In his batting a little. But, as for outfielders, if Pa :gts another pitcher of the right style, liotlen- beck will be available tor center, and also Pendry. Holly would be preferable, for he Is a better hitter. If not, fielder, and tie Is ss fast on the buses. It Is almpst a Cinch the big Duke's days In the box are nearly over. He is not and probably never will be a howling success there beeausa ot his wlldness. WEST MAY WI.V. XO l It N A SI EN T Day's Tennis Events ot Rt. Martin's - Indicate thnt Result. PHILADELPHIA. June . 22, New York, massacnuseiis, i.'aiirornia ana Canada will fight It out for final singles honors in the women's national championship lawn tennis tournament at St. Martins,. Pa a the result ot the matches played today, with the chances of the ulrtmate violory going 10 me rar west. Tomorrow prob ably will decide whether the -east stands a chance, for If Miss Haxei Hotohklss of Berkeley Cal.. can defeat , Miss Edith Rotch of Boston aa decisively as site has beaten her other opponents there Is small chance of keeping the trophy ihls side of the Rockies. In her match In the third round today, In which she defeated Miss Emily Scott of New York, 6-3, 6-0, Miss Hotchkls showed fine command of her stroke and, despite Miss Scott's many brilliant plays, there wus at no time any doubt of the outoome. Miss HotchHfss undoubtedly will meet her hardest match to date against Miss Rotch, but the experts pick hr to win the tournament and then take the championship from Mrs. Barger-Wallace of New York. . ... , Miss Louise Hammond, of New York kept Gotham In the running by putting out Miss Reese of St. Paul, the only other western entrant, 6-4, 6-1. Miss Roberts of Philadelphia was beaten by Miss' Lois Moyes, the Canadian champion, who will . meet Miss Hammond in , the. semi-final. ,4-1. 8-6. . In the first round ot . ths women's doubles Miss Hotohklss and Miss Rotch detested Miss Elsie Little and Miss .Ham mond, 6-8. 3-6, 6-2, while Miss Reesa snd' Miss Osthelmer lost to Miss Green snd Miss Moyes, 4-6. 6-4, 6-1. The mixed double did not develop any noiaoie piay, ine two strongest pair con testing today. Mis Hammond and R. D. Little and Miss Hotchklss and Wallae Johnson winning easily. - ' ' . Cntlln Hns Not Taken Job . IOWA CITY. Ia.. June 22.-(Speclal.)-Jn sn Interview yesterday former Coach Mark Catlin of Iowa university foot ball and track teams, deolared that, he had not yet accepted the appointment as head coach at Lawrence college at Appleton, Wis., and would not make a definite decision aa ,to the matter until he arrived at Appletoq and conferred with the Uwrenca oollege au thorities. He will leave for Wisconsin; to morrow. Central laws Tennis Tosrsty, TOLEDO, la., June 22.- Special J Th fourth annual tournament of the Central Iowa Tennis association will be held In this city on July 6 to 8, Inclusive. The events will be for the championship lq' men's sin gles and doubles. 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