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TTTE TVFK: OMATTA. RATTOPAY, .TTNK 1000.
ake Comparisons
THE LAST WEEK OF OUR GREAT SUIT SALE
MEI1S' HEW
I SPRING AND
SUMMER SUITS
in a largg variety
of neat and nobby
patterns, worth
$10.09, - S12.50
and up to S15.Q3,
for
only ...
Ladies' Suits,
Skirts and
Waists sold
on Easy
Payments.
OMAHA WINS IN THE NINTH
Three Runs Made in Final Inning on
Two Errors and a Hit.
SHORTSTOP COLE HAS BAD DAY
nti.tlne's Poor Work, In
Drg.ree, Is Responsible
Wichita's Loss of the
Game.
Large
for
WICHITA, Kan., June 26. Wichita
handed the game to Omaha today on a
silver platter. With the score t to 1, In
their favor, the locals allowed the visitors
three In the ninth Inning on errors by
Cole and Roberts and King's two-base
hit. Cole, outfielder, subbing for Ander
son, who Is out on account of a sprained
ankle, had a bad day at short and really
vas responsible for the loss of the game.
Omaha scored In the seventh on hits by
Pendry and Franck and Jle's third error.
Three came In the ninth, when Cole threw
wide to first and gave Kane two banes on
what , ought to have been an easy out.
Roberts dropped Westerxll's throw of Pen
dry's grounder and Franck sacrificed.
Cadman, batting for Oondlng,' popped out,
but Hollenbcck's grounder was handled
badly by Roberts and two men scored.
Fisher walked and Hollenbeck scored the
winning run on King's two-base hit. - The
locals had two men on bases with none
out In the ninth, but permitted Omaha to
pull off .a double play by poor base run
ning. Pettigrew's hit, a. stolen base and
Pendry'a error gave the meals their first
run. Their second came on Cole's two-
base ' hit, a sacrifice and Hughes' single.
The last came In the eighth on Hughes'
two-base hit and WestersU'g long single
Score: ,
WICHITA.
All. R.
H.
1
O.
A.
1
0
2
0
1
2
1
2
1
1
0
E.
Cole, ss
Middleton, rf
Hughes. 2b...
Pcnnril, If
Ho be lis. lb..
Westerxll. 3b
Pettlgrew, cf
Weaver, c...
Brennan, p..
Shaner, p....
Oreen
Totals
4
2
34
OMAHA.
I 11 27 11
AU. R.
H.
0
O.
11
0
A.
0
0
0
Klsher, If...
King, cf
Welch, rf...
Schlpke, Sb.
Kane. lb....
Psndry, 2b..
Franck, ss.,
Oondlng, c.
Cadman, e..
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worth 11.60, for only
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"THE STOKE THAT'S SQTJAKE ALL OTIB"
Lower, p S 0 1 0 2 0
Keeley, p 0 0 0 0 0 1
Hollenbeck 1 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 4 7 27 13 S
Batted for Lower In ninth.
Wichita 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0-3
Omuha 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 34
Hits: Off Brennan. l In six Innings (none
out In seventh); of? Shaner, 1 In three In
ning; off Lower, 9 In eight Innings; off
Keeley, 2 In one Inning. Struck out: By
Brennan, 2; by Shaner, 2; by Lower. 2.
Danes on balls: Off Brennan, 2; off Shaner,
1; off Lower, 1. Stolen bases: Hughes. Pet
tlgrew. Sacrifice hits; Cole, Middleton,
Weeterill, Franck, Oondlng. Two-bane
hits: Cole, Hughes, King, Kane, Schlpke.
louble plays: Pettlgrew to Weaver;
Franck to Kane to Cadman to Schlpke.
Left on bases: Wichita, 8; Omaha, 8. Time:
2:00. Umpire: Haskell. Attendance: 1.200.
DES J10IM5K WINS IN TENTH
Dlersdorfer Holds the Cooler Crorrs
to Fonr Hits.
TOPEKA, Kan., June 26. It took ten
Innings for Blersdorfer and the Dwyer
crew to trim Topeka today, hut they did
It. 4 to 3. Blersdorfet ought to have had
the game without the extra session, but
Kerner threw high In trying to run down
McMsnus at third and two locals ratterd
across the pan. Nelhoff reached Into the
air after a liner from McManus' bat that
lilt fo hard It bounced ten feet above the
third sackers head. He nabbed it coming
down. Score:
DES MOINES.
AR. R. H
O.
2
1
0
K.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
Dalton. rf 5
Colligan. ss S
Bader, If 4
Matticks. cf 5
Dwyer. lb.
13
2
2
7
0
30
O.
4
2
1
1
8
7
8
3
1
0
Nelhoff. Sb...
Williams. 2b.
Kerner, c
Blersdorfer,
Totals ...
.......41
4 13
14
A.
0
4
0
0
1
2
0
2
4
0
TOPEKA.
AR. R
H.
2
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
Wooley, cf
Oeler. 2b
3
... 5
... 4
... 3
... 4
... 4
... 4
... 3
... 2
... 1
...33
Kunkle, 3b...,,
Fenlon, rf ,
Kerns, lb
McManus. c
Thompson, If.
Downle, ssr ..
Burnum. p....
Hendrlx
Totals
6 30 13
Patted for Burnum In tenth.
Des Moines 01000200
Topeka 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
n i
W 1
" "T
Two-base hit: Nelhoff. Bases on balls
Off Burnum, 4; off Blersdorfer, 6. Struck
out: By Burnum, 7; bv Blersdorfer.
Sacrifice hit: Bader. Wild pitch: Blers
dorfer. Left on bases: Topeka. 6; Des
Moines, 13. Double plays: Dalton to
Dwyer; Kerns, unasslslted. Time: 2:00. Um
pire: Mullen. Attendance: 700.
PIEBI.O WINS FROM LINCOLN
Game Is Marked ly I. one Illttlnv anil
M'rnnirltnK with Glenolvln.
PUEBLO. June 25. In a game which wa
exciting all the way through and marked
by rain, wrangling with Umpire Olenalvln
and long hitting on both sides. Pueblo took
the first gome from Lincoln by the scor
of 9 to 8. There was a man on third and
second when Jude was retired In the ninth.
Johnson was batted out of the box In th
seventh Inning, when the locals secured
four singles and Mltze's two-bagger, netting
five runs. Mltse's drive coming with th-
bases full. In the ninth Inning Hatch
walked three men which, with Jehl's error,
forced In a run, and Jack Thomas scored
two more with a two-bagger to left field,
but this ended tlie scoring. It was a con
tinuous wrangle with Olenalvln. and Man
ager Walters was put out of the game for
claiming a balk on the part of Johnson
Both teams protested against this action j
or the umpire ana Hogrlever was forced to
show biff- suspension dettranc" papers be
fore Olennlvln would allow him to plav.
Rain delayed the game for thirty minutes.
Score:
LINCOLN.
AB. R
H.
1
0
O A.
Waldron, rf.
Fox. 2b
Davidson, cf.
Thomas, lb..
Jude. If
(iagnier. ss..
Sullivan, c...
6
13
2
2
.
ii
1
0
0
I McGuire, Sb..
I Johnson, p...
i McCafferly, 1
Mason
Totals ...
SI g
PUEBLO.
9 21 IS
AB. R.
O.
8
0
A.
1
0
s
0
0
2
3
5
1
1
E
Jehl, If
Spencer, cf.,..
Clark, lb
Miller, rf
Walters. 2b....
Hogrlever. 2b.
Corhan. ss
Icke, 3b
Mltze. c
Hatch, p
1
Totals
81
18 27 18
Batted for McGuire In ninth.
Lincoln 2 0 0 8 0
Pueblo 2 0 0 0 2
0 0
0 6
0 'J
! Stolen base: Hogrlever. Two-base hits:
Jude. Mime, Thomas. Three-base hits:
I Waldron, Davidson. Jude. Double plays:
Jude to Fox, Johnson to Thomas. Ixvke to
I Clark to Corhan. Locke to Clark to Locke.
I I.eft on bases: Lincoln. 6; Pueblo, 9. Horn?
I run: Clark. Sacrifice hits: Jude, Sdllivan,
Miller, Corhan, Mine. struck out: bv
Hatch. 6; by Johnson.' 2. bases on balls:
(iff Hatch. 4: off Johnson. 4. Time: 2:20.
Umpire: Ulenalvln. Attendance: 400.
DG1VKH WALLOPS TUB SIOT'X
Leaders field Poorly and Opponents
Relse Openings. .
DENVER. June 25. Sioux City gave away
the game today by poor fleldln. Denver
was ready to take advantage of all lapse.
and nence rolled up a large seor. Hart
man batted In seven runs. Olmstead
pitched unsteadily, striking out eleven men,
but giving seven bases on balls. The only
run Sioux CUy made was when Stovall se
cured a three-bagger and Campbell came
up later with a single. The batting of
Jones, Stankard and Hartman was a fea
ture. Cas.idy made another of his great
catches. Score:
DENVER.
. AB. R. H. O. A. E
Ca.sldy, rf f 0 0 t 0 0
lielden. If 2 1 0 0 0 0
Jones, cf S 3 3 2 0 0
I'oliunnua, lb 4 13 110
4
DON'T
Compare the Suits
in this sale with
manufacturers'
samples and job
lots These suits
are all new, clean
goods and are posi
tively worth up to
$15.00, special
Saturday for
oo
M Saturday Special
$10 Silk Pet
ticoats for
$4.95
Guaranteed for 3
Mo.
Standing of the Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. AMER. ASSN.
W.L.Pct. V.L.Pct.
Sioux City. ..30 21 .is Milwaukee .37 Z9 .501
Wichita 31 si .6fa Minneapolis 35 31 .630
Omaha 30 24 .ft6'i Columbus ...35 32 .523
Denver 27 24 . 5i Indianapolis 35 33 .515
Topeka U U .6:0 Louisville ...33 33 . 500
lies Moines.. 27 .M Kansas City. 30 32 .484
Pueblo Ill 33 .3ti.il St. Paul ....27 32 . 4o8
Lincoln 18 34 . 34tiToledo at 36 .438
NAT L LEAGUE. I AMER. LEAGUE.
W.L.Pct.) W.L.Pct.
Pittsburg ....40 13 .7,io Detroit 38 lit .tt;
Chicago 36 111 .t5i Boston 33 25 . 569
New York....30 ti .f(" Philadelphia 31 24 .564
Cincinnati . .29 21 .618 Cleveland ..30 25.545
Philadelphia 26 28 . 4T2 New York. ..26 28 .481
St. Louis ....23 33 . 411 Chicago 24 29 .453
Brooklyn ...20 35 . 3641 Washington 2U So .j;u
Boston 14 40 . 2.) St. Louis ....19 36 .347
GAMES TODAY.
Western League Omaha at Wichita, Des
Moines at Topeka, Lincoln at Pueblu, Sioux
City at Denver.
National League Philadelphia at Boston,
Brooklyn at New York, Cincinnati at Chi
cago, Pittsburg at St. Louis.
American League Boston at Washington,
New York at Philadelphia, Chicago at
Cleveland.
American Association Columbus at St.
Paul, Toledo at Minneapolis. Indianapolis
at Milwaukee, Louisville at Kansas City.
Maag, 3b 3 8
Stunkard, 2b 4 1
Hurt man, ss 6 1
Mailman, c 3 1
Ol instead, p 4 0
S5
0 3 0 0
2 12 0
3 2 2 1
1 12 0 0
0 2 6 0
II 27 12 1
H. O. A. E.
110 0
12 3 2
0 3 2 2
1111
0 10 0
2 10 0
0 8 11
0 3 3 0
0 4 0 0
0 0 10
0 0 3 0
7 24 14 6
Totals
35 11
SIOUX CITY.
AB. R.
Campbell, If 4
Andreas, 2b 3
Smith, ss 3
Edmondxon, cf 3
Welch, 3b 3
Slovau, if
Hunter, lb...
Tonne, c
Shea, c
Freeman, p..
Rothmel, p...
Totals 30 1
0 1 Denver 0 2 3 0 S 0 0 1 11
0 Sioux City 0 000001001
0 Three-base hit: Stovall. Sacrifice hits:
i Bohunnon, llallman. Stolen bases: Smith,
2 EdiniimlHoii. Bases on balls: Off Olm-
i slead, ,; off Freeman, 4; off Rothmel, 1.
Struck out: By Olmstead, 11; by Freeman,
ft. 1 T . i n . . . . .. 1 . .
1 8; Sfoux City, . Double plays: llallman
to Maag. Olmstead to Stan'kard to Huhan
non. Wild pitches: Freeman, 1; Rothmel,
1. Passed balls: Hallman, 2. Hit by
pitched ball: Maag, Beldun. Time: 2:2a.
umpire: Clarke.
GAME
1
TIIHKK-I
LEAGUE
Davenport Defeats nioomlngton by
Hard Hitting;. )
DAVENPORT, la., June 25. Davenport
hit Hall hard In the first three Innings,
winning easily, 6 to 8. Score; R.H.E.
Hloonilngton 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 03 6 1
Davenport 1 1800010 6 8 2
Batteries: Hall, Rover and Langdon;
Ferrell, Edwards and F. Smith.
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., June 25. Sprlng
flcid scored the only run In today's four-tecn-lnning
contest on a base on balls and
a single. Score: R.H.E.
Cedar Rapids. 0 000000000000 00 2 3
Springfield ....0 000000000000 11 6 0
Batteries: Engman and Kelly; Dally and
Johnson.
ROCK ISLAND, 111., June 25.-Rock Island
bunrhed hits at the right time today and
Peoria was outplayed In the field. Score:
R.H.Ef
Rock Island 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 :i 5 0
Peoria 0 0000010 01 7 2
Batteries: Wilson and Eng; Hovlik and
Hlgglns.
DUBUQUE. Ia., June 25. Dubuque-Decatur
game postponed; wet grounds.
Lyons Beats lio.nlle.
LYONS, Neb.. June 25 (Special) The
Lyons nine easily shut out the Rosalie
team bv the score of 12 to 0. The giime
was called In the sixth Inning to allow th.
visitors to catch a train. The features of
the game was the pitching of Iiovee. who
allowed but three hits and struck
out
cloven men. score:
R. II. E.
Lvons 0 B 7 0 0 12 K 1
q i ivrniie V U U U U U U 3 o
l Batteries: Lyons, Bovee and Hoffman;
01 Rosalie, O'Connor. Reese and Basslnger;
strucK out: nv Mover, u; nvn Connor. 1;
bv Uecse, 3. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Thomp
son. Beatrice Y. M. C A. Shot Out.
BEATRICE. Neb., June 25. (Special
0 J Telegram.)
-In
one of the nrettlem ni
most exciting ball games of the season
the Oas Company team last evening .shut
out the Young Men's Christian Association
nine by the score of 3 to 0. Huh. who
twirled for the Gas team, allowed only
three hits. Score: R u
Y. M. C. A 0 3 4
Gus Company 4 g 2
Batteries: Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation, Hnousc and Zimmerman; Gas
Company, Ruh and Gordon.
Wlllter Wine from Crete.
CRETE. Neb.. June 25 (Special.) Wllber
easily defeated Crete yesterday by the
score of lii to 5. Wllber found Ortli and
the Crete team made numerous errors 10
make matters worse for Crete, but better
for Wllber. Score:
R H E
Wllber 21901901 0-ll' U 3
Crete 00100000 45 7 i
Batteries: Wllber, Luce and Pruka;
Crete, Ortli and Bronsun.
lloldrrce Beats Oat Franklin.
HOLDREGE, Neb., June 25. (Special
Ttiegram.) Holdreue shut out Franklin
here today, 3 to 0. Score: R. H. E.
! HuUlrege
.0 0 0 0 1 011 03 1 2
00000000 0-0 1 6
- 1 r ranklin
Batteries: Holdrege. Adams and HMsa
beck; l"iai klin, Kol.lson and Can oil. Time:
1.11. Umpire: Hodges.
Wakefield Wins In Tenth.
WAYNE. Neb.. June 25. (Special Tele
gram.) Wayne and Wakefield played a
must Interesting ten-inning game of bull
here this afternoon. The visitors won in
the tenth inning. Score:
Wakefield 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 3
Way lie ' 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-2
Batteries: Wayne. Sahs and Kvenc;
WakulwlU, Busby and Busby.
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Take any article mentioned in this announcement, compare it with the best values of any other house furnishing insti
tution in Omaha today. If our offerings aren't greater values much greater values we'll not expect your patronage. Wo
know our prices are lowest positively know it or we wouldn't encourage your making these comparisons. If it's n com
plete home outfit, we'll save you one-third in its cost a full third, mind you. We have 22 great stores to buy goods for,
enjoy price advantages which make it absolutely impossible
appreciate savings big, substantial savings let us supply
9x12 Feet Brussels Rugs
These runs are made without miter Reams
are made of beet wor.ted material, and
the colorings aro of the greatest possible
durability. You cant equal
this rug value In any other
store In Omsha It's absolue
ly impossible. . hale price . . .
11,75
yffiv' r""'T" 'Trriy
h -V." 3 R..--.V.-.'.' ' -?"- -1
ROCKERS
These rockers are
made of solid oak.
They are upholster
ed 1 n guaranteed
Nantucket leather.
They are very hand
some In design, have
deeply tufted back,
with a beautiful ruf
fled edge around the
back and across the
front of the seat.
There are over 800
nf these
the lot, and
we have cut
the price to
only
DRESSERS
Of massive design, serpen
tine top drawers, large
mirror, set In carved
standards. Beautiful gold
en oak finish. Laminated
construction
and thorough
ly guaranteed.
Special
GUSTS WIN DOUBLE-HEADER
Three Home Runs Are Scored in One
Inning;.
BROOKLYN BADLY OUTPLAYED
First Score le Poor to Two and
Second tne to One Both Con
tests ' l,opnlded Garnet la
National League.
NEW YORK. June 25 New York today
won Its third double header, Brooklyn be
ing defeated by a score of 4 to 2 and i to
1. In the first Inning of the first game
three homo runs were made. In the second
game the Brooklyns were outplayed at
every point. Score:
NKW YORK. BROOKLYN.
B.H.o.A.E.
B.H.O.A.E.
TMinv. lb
10 110 0 Dur(.h cf
4 000
Povl..' 2b.... I 1
u,.-nrm'k. It 2 1 2
iClcm.nt, U..
0 0 Hummcll, lb.
2 0 Alprmn. Ib 3
0 L.nnoi. Ib... 4
9Luml.jr. rf... 4
0 MrMlllin, ii. I
' Bersn, ..... S
0'Kuitu. 1
0 OPaitorlou., pl
t
(
I
I
2
0
I
o
o
e
o
Murrr. rf.... 0 1
n'H.n. cf.... 4 1 0
Devlin. b.
HerzoE. tb.
Brldoell, u
Rrlil.t, c...
WlltM, p...
4 0 1
,400
10 1
1 0
I 1 0
suEive.n ... 1
Tot.l. 25 4 17 IS 1 Wllbelm. p... 0
Tot.l. SJ I 14 II 1
Batted for Bergen in tne ninth.
Patted for Pastorlus In the eighth.
Brooklyn .; 2 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
New York 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 -
Two base hits: Alperman, O'Hara. Home
runs: Hummell, Doyle, MeCormlck. Sac
rifice flies: Tt-nney, Doyle. Left on bases:
Brooklyn. 5; New York. 6. First base on
errors: Brooklyn, 1; New York. 1. Struck
out: by Pastorlus, 1; by Wilts, 2. Bases on
balls: off Pastorlus, 7; off Wlltr, 2. Wild
pitches: Pastorlus, 1; Wllhelm, 1. Hits:
off Pastorlus, 8 In 7 innings; of Wllhelm.
1 in 1 Inning. Time: 1 37. Umpires: Klein
and Kane.
Score second game:
NEW YOfiK.
U.li.O.A.E.
BROOKLYN.
B.H.O.A.E
Tnney. lb. .. 6 i 13
Doyle. ;t 5 1 t
ORurrh. rf 4
OCMrm.nt. If. .. I
Olliimm.ll. lb. 4
0Aiprmn, 2b. I
OLvnnni, 3b. .. 4
0 Lumley, rf . . . 3
OMiMill.n, u S
J 0 I
too
00
MrCurm'k, It I 1
Seymour. If
0 1 I
1 1 0
to
2 0
2y0 1
I I 0
I Murray, rf.
O llira, rf..
Hiring. Sb.
Hrlilwnli, as
Srhlfl. r ...
Wilson, c.
OIninn,
OMclntyra,
0
0 Total...
V
M.th.wson, p 1
1'r.ndail. p. .. J
T 24 4
Total. 33 1 27 15
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
New York 0 4 0 0 3 0 0 2 9
Two base hits: Hummel. Doyle. Sacri
fice hit: Lumley, Sacrifice flies: Mathewson
Alperman. Slolen buses: Murray, 2; Her
Eng, 2; MeCormlck. l eft on bases: Brook
lyn. 5; New York. 5. Double plays: Brld
well, Tepney; Mclntvre, Hummell; Doyle,
Tenney. K!rst base on error: New York, 1.
Struck out: by Mclntvre. 2; by Crandall,
1. Base on balls: off Mrlntvre. 2; Mathew
son. 1. Pa.ised ball: Dunn. Hits: off Math
ewson. 3 In 5 Innings; off Crandall, 4 In
four Innings. Time: 1:30. Umpires: Klem
and Kane.
Boston la Shot Oat.
BOSTOK, June 25 McQulllen's fine
pitching enabled Philadelphia to score an
ea."j victory over Boston today, b' to 0.
Only three of the locals readied second
base and one third base. Hoy Thomas,
the former Philadelphia pitcher and out
fielder, has been signed by Boston. Scoie:
PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON
B H O.A.E. B.H.O.A E
Knab. 2b. .. i 2 14 OBrrkor. rt....iA I
Oram, 31. 8 2 0 2 1 siarr. 2b i t) 1
MM. If 4 0 0 0 0BHM. If 4 I 1
Tliua. rf 4 0 0 0 0 Beaumont, cf I 0 2
Braniflrld, lb I lit 0 (iSwf.ne.v, 3b . 4 1 0
r.inlngvr. ell 1 I 1 OAmrtr, In... I 4 11
Doolan. I. ...4 12 4 Ucflrv. M I 0 4
Jarklllsru. c. I I 5 'I (Kiiibin. c ... 2 0 1
Mcwutllcn, p. 1 0 0 2 0Kr.uMin. p.. 2 0 0
Llndamin, p. 1 0 0
Totala 12 11 :t II 2
To'ala 10 i 17 II I
Philadelphia 0 0 2 2 0 1
01 j
n
Boston 0 0 u u u 0 0 0 00
Two-base hits: Bates. Knabe. Hits: off
Ferguson. 9 In six inning.; off Llndaman,
2 In three lnntnus. Sacrifice hits: Grant,
Aulrey, Mouuillen tS. Sacrifice fly:
Knalie. Stolen bases: Knabe, Jackllt.ch.
Double play: Graham to Starr to Graham.
Left on bases: Philadelphia. 8; Boston, .
Bae on balls: Off Ferguson. 2; off Mc
Wuillen. 2. off Ltndamsn, 1. Ba.e on
en or: 'hlladelphia. 2: Boston. 2 Struck
out: By Mmuilltn, 3, by Llr.duman, 2.
Handsome Three-Piece Parlor Suite
These Parlor Suites are made of beautifully polished mahogany
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Wild pitch: McOulllen. Time: 1:48. Um
pires: K.gler and Truby.
Chlra.ro Plays Fine Game.
CHICAGO, June 25. Cincinnati was blan
keted today by Chicago's perfect fielding,
sacrifice hitting and bunched hits with
men on bases. Cincinnati's safeties were
mostly mode after two outs, and but
three of them reached third. Score.
CHICAGO. CINCINNATI.
B H.O.A.K B.H.O.A.B.
Rnn. 2b 4 0 4 2 0BMhr. If... 4 12 0 0
Shn-k.nl. lf.. I 1 0 OOakM, cf I 0 4
Hofm.it, cf .. 1 0 10 0Iin, 2b I 2 1
Bt.lnf.ldt, Ib. I I 0 2 OHobliUel, lb. 4 0 10
Howard, lb... I 0 12 0 OMItch.ll. rf..4 1 1
Si'hult., rf... 4 2 10 ODowno, aa. . 4 0 1
Tlnk.r, ...... 4 0 14 OR.-th. o 4 0 2
Arch.r, 0 4 2 2 3 oMowrey, 2b... Ill
Brown, p I 0 0 I ODubue, p 2 1 0
Mlll.r 10 0
1 0
8 0
0 0
0 0
0 1
1 0
1 0
1
0
ToUI. 22 12714.0
Tot.l. 22 8 24 It 3
Batted for Dubuc in the ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 1 -7
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Two base hits: Sheckard. Stelnfeldt. 2.
Sacrifice hits: Howard, Hofman, Brown.
Stolen base: Stelnfeldt. Left on bases:
Chicago, 7; Cincinnati, 10. Base on balls:
Brown, 3; Dubuc, 6. Base on errors: Chi
cago, 2. Hit by pitcher: Oakes. Struck out:
.Brown, 2; Dubuc, 1. Wild pitch: Dubuc.
Time: 1:45. vmplres: Emslle and O Day.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wa.hlnarton nnd Boston Divide a
Doable-Header.
WASHINGTON, June 25 Washington
broke even with Boston today, the locals
winning the first, 2 to 1, and the visitors
the second, 8 to 2. Johnson was a puzzle
tn the initial struggle, while Arellanes was
almost as good in the second. Groom was
driven from the rubber In the second con
test and Gray was also hit hard. Score,
first game:
WASHINGTON. BOSTON.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
Milan, cf 4 14 0 1McCnn.l1, 2b 4 0 4 0 0
Conrojr. 3b... 8 1
Vnfl.ub. rf.. 4 2
D.lhantr, tb I 2
Donohu., lb.. 2 0
MrBrld.. M . 2 1
Lfllv.lt. If. ..8 0
1 0 OLord, Sb 4 0 1 I V
t 0 0 Hooper. If.... 4 0 2 1 1
2 2 onranl.r, rf.... 2 1 2 0 0
IS 1 'iStuhl, lb 4 0 2 0 0
2 I 0W.gn.r, a. .. I 1 2 2 0
0 0 0 Nil... ef 2 0 2 1 0
BtrtM, t
Johnson, p..
Total.
2 12 2 tir.rrlran, ...81120
2 0 12 O'Thon.y 0 0 0 0 0
Sponc, .....0 0 0 0 0
24 127 14 Kitor, p.... 3 1 0 I 0
Ar.ll.n.., p.. 0 0 0 0
Totala it 4 24 12 1
Ran for Carrigan In eighth.
Washington 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
Boston 00000001 01
Two-base hit: Carrigan. Three-base
hit: Wolter. Hits: Off Wolter, 8 tn seven
and one-third Innings; off Arellanes, 1 in
two-thirds inning. Sacrifice hits:
Donohouc (2), Wolter. Stolen bases: Con
roy 2l, McBrlde. Double play: Wolter,
Wagner and Stahl; Street, McBrlde. Left
on bases: Washington, 6; Boston, 4. Base
on balls: Off Johnson, 2; off A'olter, 4.
Struck out: By Johnson, 2; by Wolter, 1.
Time: 1:45. Umpires: O'Loughlln and
Perrlne.
Score, second game.
BOSTON WASHINGTON.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E
MrO'nacIl, lb I 1 2 I Milan, rf 4 0 2 0 0
Lord. 3b 4 1 1 Orouroy, Sb ... I 0 12 0
Hooper. If-cf. 4 1 1 0 Ol'nslaub, rf 4 1 0 0 0
Ofular, rf.
10 0 on.lrh inty. zb I 1 2 1 0
1 11 1 ODonohu.. lb.. 2 I 11 0 2
stihl. lb . ...
W zner. .a . .
Nll.i, cf
Thon.y, If...
fi.ncer. c. . .
Ar.ll.n... p
Crrifan ...
2 14 0 Mi Bride. i
0 2 I' 0L.llv.lt, If
0 2 0 Otitr.'t, c.
14 1 OOroom. p..
0 1 1 10r.y, p....
0 0 0 0 'Drown. ..
10 4 1
lilt
.2 0 4 4
.2401
,10 0 0
,10 0 0
Total.
21 27 13 1 Total. ...
20 6 27 10 2
Batted for Nlles In sixth.
Batted for McBrlde In ninth.
Washington' 0 0 0 2 0
Boston 0 0 0 1 0
Two-base hits: Unglaub.
0 0 0 0-3
3 0 0 0-3
Delehanty
Hits: Off Groom, 5 In five and one-thirl
Innings; off Gray. 4 In three and two-thirds
Innings. Sacrifice hits: Donohue, Lord,
Stahl. Stolen base: Illvelt. Double
plays: Delehanty, McBrlde and Donohue;
Wagner. Mefonnell and Stahl. Lft on
bases: Washington, 4; Boston. 9. Base on
balls: Off Groom. 4; off Gray, 1: off
Arellanes, 2. First base on errors: Wash
ington. 1; Boston. 2. Hit by pitched ball:
By Groom. 1. Struck out: By Groom. 1;
by Gray, 3: by Arellanes, 8. Time; 1:45.
Umpires: O'Loughlln and Perrlne
I'bllsdelphln Lose Heavily.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. June 25 New
x ors ouioiayca riu:anrjinia at ail points
1 , .. .... k... 1 1 1 ..... . .. 1 .
iuii.v milt. un i) 1. ,u . ijrn uni
ted off the raLber in five innings, and
V irker's curves were also hammered hard.
Score :
NEW YORK rHILADKl.PHIA
B H O A R B.H.O.A.E.
Cr. If i 1 OrMHnt. If.. . 4 12 0 0
Rlb.rf.ld. u i I I I ln.nlcy. rf . . 8 0 i (t 0
Ch.M. lb ... 4 4 iO 0 I H.lirn'llOT. cf 1 1 I
Kk.I.. cf 2 1 8 4 0 Colin,., ib .. 4 112 1
re.TimHt. rf.. 2 1 1 i "Murphy, rf . 4 14 0
Knliht, Jb .. 4 1 4 4 C Davla. lb I 0 I
Auuin, lb.... 8 4 19 tittarr, lb 1 0 3 9 9
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Total.....
..1011 CBak.r, lb.... I 3 3 0
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Thomaa, .....3 0 4 1 0
.28 16 27 U 8LlTtna.cn.. c 1 080
Drmi, p 1 0 0 8 S
V1rk.n1, p.... 1 1 0 0 1
; 'H.rtMl 1 I 0 0 0
l.'.l 10 (37 It 8
Batted for Dygert In the fifth.
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 02
New York 0 0 0 2 0 10 3 113
Two base hits: Oldrlng. Chase. Engle,
Barry. Three base hits: Dlmmltt, Aus
tin, Warhop. Hits: Off Dygert. 8 In five
Innings; off Vlckers, 7 In four innings.
Sacrifice hits: Ganley, Blair. Sacrifice
flies: Demmltt, Cree. Stolen bases: El
berfeld (2), Austin (2), Knight, Chase.
Double plays: Demmltt to Blair, Elber
feld to Knight to Chase, Knight to Elber
feld to Chase. Left on bases: Philadel
phia, 3; New York, 9. Bases on balls: Off
Dygert, 4; off Vlckers, 2. First base on
errors: Philadelphia, 2; New York, 2.
Hit with pitched balls: Dygert (Blair,
Warhop (Baker). Struck out: By Dy
gert, 2: by Warhop, 1. Wild Pitch: Vlck
ers. Time, 1:46. Umpires, Kerln and
Sheridan.
Detroit Beats St. Lonls.
DETROIT, June 28. Detroit bunched
three hits in the sixth and followed two
passes In the eighth with Rossman's single,
scoring four runs and winning handily.
Outside of these Innings, Graham was un
hltmble. Summers was batted hard, but
remarkable fielding saved him from scores.
A double play started by Bush with the
bases full and a running catch by Cobb
cut off several runs: Score:
DETROIT. ST. LOUH.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
Mrlntrr.. It . 4 1 1 0 OH.rtMll, rf..4 0 I 1
Buah. u.
.114. lHorrm.n. ci.. 4
3 1
1 0
1 a
1 w
1 1
1 2
0 4
0 3
0 0
4 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
2 1
2 0
1 0
Crawford, cf. 2
Tolib, rf 3
Roavman, lb.. 4
O'Lc.ry. 8b.. 4
S h..(.r, 2b.. 2
SUn.f. e ... I
Bumm.r., p. . 8
110 0Orl.ua, 2b.... 4
1 2 0 OMoAImm. If.. 3
1 13 1 OJon... lb.
12 2 OPrrrl., 2b...
0 2 4 OWallaca, a..
Ill OCrls.r. .....
118 OOr.h.m, p..,
Total. 28 I 17 1 Tot.l. 83 7 24 11 1
Detroit 0 0000202 4
St. Louis 0 0010000 0-1
, Two-base hits: Griggs, Ferris. Sacrifice
hit: Cobb. Sacrifice fly: Cobb. Stolen
bases: Bush (2), O'Leary, Hoffman. Double
plays: Bush to Schaefer to Rossman; Sum
mers to Bush to Rossman; Jones (unas
sisted). Left on bases: Detroit, 5; St.
Louis, 8. Bases on balls: Off Summers, 2;
off Graham, 3. Bases on errors: Detroit,
1; St. Louis, 1. Struck out: By Summers,
1; by Graham. 3. Time: 1:35. Umpires:
Egan and Evans.
North Platte Defeats Onalalla.
NORTH PLATTE, Neh.. June 25 (Spe
cial Telegram.) North Platte beat Ogallala
In a fast and well-played game by a score
of 8 to 2. The feature of the game was
the playing of Ogsllala's third baseman.
Score: R. H. E.
No. Platte ...1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 -3 8 3
Ogallala 0 0010001 0-2 3
Left on bases: Ogallala, 8: North Platte,
10. Rase on errors: Ogallala, 2: North
Platte. 2. Base on balls: Off Nichols, 2;
off Bell, 1. Struck out: Bv Nichols, 6;
by Bell, 2; by Priest, 1. Batteries: Nichols
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Bell, Priest and Mann.
HoIIys to Sleet Americans.
The Hollys will play the Americans to
morrow at the Vinton street Dark. The
game will 'be called at 2 o'clock. Mu- li
rivalry exists between the two teams. The
lineup:
Hollvs.
Position. Americans.
First Base Farley
Second base Rapp
Shortstop Smltn
Third base Collins
Left field Dygert
Center field Dennis, in
Right field Fox
Pitcher Broadheck
Pitcher Denny
Catcher Williams
Daugherty
Olllham
Murphy
J. Kelly
Bresman
Falconer
McAndrews
P. Kelly
Gibson
Friend Wins from Red Clond.
FRIEND, Neb.. June 25. (Special Tele
gram.) The locals won the second gHiue
of the series with Red Cloud here this
afternoon. Score: H. H. E.
Friend ....02001050 08 g 8
Red Cloud ... 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 1-8 8 2
Batteries: Red Cloud, Fugale and Car
roll; Friend. Bunnell and Carden. Struck
out: By Fugalu, 6; by Bunnell, 4. Two
base hits: Carroll and Smith. Double
plays: Friend, 1.
Wiener Detents Pilger.
WI8NER, Neb., June 25. (Special Tele
gram.) In a game on the Wlsner ground!
yesterday Wlsner defeated Pilger by the
score of 4 to 3.
Batteries: Wlsner, Anderson, Schwlg
and Krleger; Pilger, Cooper and Pry or.
Umpire: Baker.
Games In Southern Leairne.
At Little Rock Little Rock, 3; Birming
ham, 2. Thirteen innings.
At New Orleans Atlanta, 4; New Or
leans, 2.
At Memphis Memphis. 5; Montgomery, 3.
At Mobile Mobile, 2; Nashville, 6.
Games In Eastern League.
At Toronto Toronto. 2; Montreal, 6.
At Buffalo Buffalo. 12; Rochester, !.
At Baltimore Jersey City, 10; Balti
more, 2.
At Newark Providence, 4; Newark, 2.
Game called In fourth Inning; rain.
Baptists Defeat Lutheran.
OAKLAND, Neb., June 25 (Special Tele
gram.) In a good game of base ball here
today the Baptist church team defeated
the German Lutheran team by the score of
6 to 4. The features of the game were the
pitching of Peden and the fielding of
Krasne. Umpire, Kern.
Grand Islnnd Defeats llsatlnar.
HASTINGS. Neb., June 25.-1 Sjvclal Tele
gram.) Grand Island evened things up to
day with llnstings. winning by a score of
4 to 0. Pitcher Jones of Grand Island held
the locals to two hits.
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