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TTIE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. MAY 1fi. mm.
10 St. Joe, Sioux City and Lincoln Win in Western League; Cubs, Reds and Cardinals in Nationajl DRUMMERS CO ALONG FAST Mr. Galgrano Would Not Looien Up for Pa'i Batten. SCORE AT FINISH FIVE TO FOUR Mr( brinrr Knarki Home Ron Over l.rfl Field Prorr rrllh Mo On Ahead o( lllm Melter Wn lilt Freelr. St. Joseph nosed the Rourkes out of the Kaim Saturday afternoon, winning by a score of 5 to 4. Ornnlia started a hatting rally In the eighth, after Galliano hsl held a tight r-i ii on the score box. ami for a moment It lexikrd as though the Ilourkea might tlmit out a victory. Melter started the round hy setting ti unsportatlon to first, lie was taught at second on Shotlon's grounder to third. Fi'X not a walk nnd moved Shotton up a I eg. King hit one over second and scored Shotton. Kane hit one to short and King e.ss furred out at erond. Fox scoring. Corrldon hit a nlngle over werond and Kane .cored. The fans pulled hard when Captain Si hipke. Hip next man up. went to the plate, but It wag of no avail. Cop hit one to short and was thrown out at the. In itial ban. Lacking but one score to tie, another attempt was made In the ninth by Omaha to sew up the game for extra InulngH. but It could not be put through. Csdman, the first up, was thrown out at first by McNeill. Hollenberk was sent In to do aomi'lhiriK, hut lifted a high long one to left and Powell nahhed It. Shottnn aroused the hopes of the chilly fans by driving a single Btra'.ght over sec ond, but Fox hit a high one to Powell. Gntarnnn Was K'fectlve. lie fore the eighth Oalgano held the Hourkea runles for five Inning. In the aixth, the first score was made, when Shotton started off with a single and went to second on a lft by Galgano to Fox and scored on Kane's hit. In this Inning both King and Corrldon went out on Infield file and Fox was caught at third when he. started away on Corrldon's pop-up. Melter pitched good ball, although the weather and grounds were against him. He passed three and struck out seven. He kept St. Joseph's hits well scattered and showed coolness In pinches. St. Joseph started to garner runs In the second. Clark got to second when Corrl don fumbled his grounder and went to third, when Corhan was thrown out at first by Melter. JlcNelll hit a long one to Shotton and Clark scored on the play 8ha hit one over third, but Galgano struck out before anything resulted. After Powell and Bauer went out In the tlhrd, McChesney knocked a home run over the left field fence. Fox booted June' grounder, but redeemed himself on the next play when he ran over behind first base and made a pretty catch of Clark's fly. In the fifth Powell walked. Bauer flew out to Melter and McChesney got his sec ond hit. n. single, which put Powell on third. Jonea flew out to King and Powell crossed the plate. Clark followed Jones' example and hit one to King, retiring the side. Melter'a nnd lnnlna. Vowrll started off the seventh by work ing Melter for a p.iss. Hauer fouled out to ('adman. McChesney hit a fast one to Cor ridon. who booted. Powell went to second on the fumble. Jones found one to his liking among Mr. Welter's collection and swatted a two-bagger to the right field. Powell scampered home, as did McChesney. From then until the end there was little to he gleaned from Melter'a delivery. The ground was wet and heavy and It was Impossible for the players to pull off any base stealing. King hit one In right field that would ordinarily have netted him two bags, but the going was too heavy and he was tagged at the second sack op Bauer's throw. Monday will be ladles' day and a big crowd of women fans Is expeotfd to be in attendance. The score: OMAHA. AB. H. Shotton, If & 2 Fox. 2b S 1 King, cf 3 0 Kane, lb 3 1 Corrldon. ss 3 0 Welch, rf 4 0 Schlpke. 3h 3 0 Cadtnnn. c 3 0 Melter. p 2 0 Hollenbeck I 0 PO. K. 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 2 4 3 0 3 8 1 0 Totals. ....30 4 27 ST. JOSEPH. AH. It. H PO. A. 0 1 0 1 1 2 b 3 Powell. If 2 Bauer, rf 5 McChesney, cf 6 .lone, 2h 4 Clark, lb 3 Corhan, ss 3 McNeill. 3b 3 Shea, c 4 Galgano. p 4 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 t 0 Totuls 33 b 6 13 Batted for Melter in ninth. King and Corrldon out vn Infield flies Omaha Runs 0 0 0 Hits 1 0 1 St. JoKeph Buns A 1 1 . Hits 0 1 1 Home run: Mnthiniti' 04 1 It 0 1 0 2 0 0-5 2 10 10 0 Two-base hits: Shea. Jont's. Sacrifice hits: Clark, Corhan, McNeill. Left on buses: Omaha, 7; St. Jo seph, 7. Double plays: Corrldon to Schiplte; McNeill to Junes to Clark. Base on balls: off Melter, 3; off Galgano. 6. Struck out: By Melter. 7: by Galgano. 7. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Spencer. Attendance: 2,000. t.lt l.ZI.IKS I.ONU TO Ol.l) POKS Indian Anibaah Westerner and ftettta It In Kreond. SIOUX CITY, la.. May 15 Sioux City and lu-nver play'd a good game of ball here loony, inougn ine weatner conditions were anything but good, a light, drlxxling rain tailing during the two hour of the duv. Both team hit and fielded well, the local being luckier In bunching their wallop. I'envtr lost the game in the second In ning. Stem', first up, hit for two bases Mailman walked, Welch flew out, but Miller was passed, filling the baaes. Pitcher McLean tut out a double, scoring two men. Andreas was bit by a Vltched ball, again filling the bases. Neighbors and Fenlon then doubled, bringing In four more men. Denver made a bid for the game in the keventh. Two double, an errnr and Do lau's single (cored two. K'lly waa passed, v. Ith only one down. Mclean settled, how tter, and forced the next two out on In field hits. Score: SIOUX CITY. AB. R. H. . A. E. H. 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 QuIlllM. 3b I 1 Andrcaa. 2b 2 1 Neighbors, cf 4 1 Fenlon. if 4 1 Stem, lb 4 1 Hartman. ss t 1 welch. If 4) Millar, c S 1 McLean, p i I Totals S3 S ' DENVER. AH. R. 4 1 4 0 4 4 I 4 I 4 S I 27 12 McAleese, cf... Kelly, Heal I. If t'aaaidy. rf... I Indsay, lb. .. Thompson, 2b I olan, b McMuiray, i Hammond, p. bchelovr Totals 37 & 12 24 12 iiallril fur Hail. ii ond lu the ninth. Hloux City fl . 0 0 1 1 0 0 - Denver 1 1 0 0 0 I 2 0 0-5 Stolen base: Cassldy. Two-base bits: Stem, Neighbors, Fenlon, McLean, Beall, Thompson, Dolan. Home runa: Fenlon. CJulllin, Thompson, McAleese. Sacrifice hit: Hammond. Struck out: Fy Mclean, s: by Hammond, 2. Hase on balls: Off Meljean, 2; off Hammond. 3. Hit by pitched ball: By Hammond, 1. Passed balls: McMurray. 2. Time: 1:56. Attend ance: 700. LIIVCOL TAKE IKD(V OAMK Brilliant Rail Played hy Antelope Aaalnat Wleblta. LINCOLN, May 15. Playing a brilliant game In the field nnd batting In a timely way, Lincoln won from Wichita this after noon by a score of 4 to 3. The hauling down of three line drives in turn by Cockman. (lagnler and James, each resulting In a double play, shut off what seemed like certain runs for the visitors. Farthing and Shaner were hit hard, but used good Judg ment, and It was the superior fielding of Lincoln that brought the victory. The two teams today Inaugurated Sunday base ball In Lincoln and dedicated the new parkaat Capital Heach, located outside the city limits. There was no Interruption on the part of the authorities. Score: LINCOLN. A It. 11. 11. 4 C i 0 0 1 0 0 2 o. 1 3 2 0 2 15 1 3 0 A. 0 3 0 0 3 0 4 2 4 1 Waldron. if.. JaKiiler, S3.... Cobb, rf Jud. If Cockman. 3b. Thomas, lb... Jsmes. 2b. ciark, c 3 Farthing, Totals. 30 4 9 WICHITA A B. R H. 2 0 I 0 1 o l i 2 0 1 10 A. K. Hughe. 2h Durham, rf Middleton, If Isbell. lb Helden 4 4 4 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 I 2 2 2 10 1 Marnlgan 0 Pettlgrew, rf 4 Westirftl. 3b 3 Claire, ss 4 Shaw, c 4 Shaner, p 3 Totals 34 3 Batted for Isbell In ninth. Ran for Belden In ninth. Lincoln ". 0 2 0 1 0 Wlchlia 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -4 0 10 1-3 Two-base hits; nler, Middleton Thomas. Waldron, Gag- 12). Belden. Pettlgrew Wesiersil. Double Dlars: Cockman tun- asHlsted), Gagnler to Thomas, James to Oagnler, Durham to Isbell. Stolen bases: Waldron. Claire. Sacrifice bits: Clark, Cobb. Struck out: By Farthing. 6; by Shaner 3. Bases on balls: Off Farthing. 1; off Shaner. 5. Hit by pitched ball: By Shaner, 1. Time: 1:60. Umpire: Haskell. Nebraska Excels in Pitchers' Battle South Dakota Defeated by Score of Seven to Four in Exciting Con test at Lincoln. LINCOLN. Neb., May 14. (Special Tele gram.) In an exciting nine Inning pitch ers' battle, Nebraska defeated South Da kota university this afternoon on the Ne braska field by a score of 7 to 4, South Dakota started a batting rally In the last Inning, but a beautiful stop of a hot line drive by "Ole" Metcalf, the Corn husker short stop, resulted In the retire ment of the aide. Other features of the game was the excellent work of White at first base for the visitor, a three base smash of the first ball pitched by Thacka bury of South Dakota, and the batting of Clark of Nebraska. South Dakota started the scoring In the first Inning. Nebraska waa blanked until the third, when two hits netted two runs. South Dakota gathered two more In the seventh and one In the ninth. 'Nebraska won In the seventh when three runs were scored on one hit and the errors of the visitors. The score: R, H. B. South Dakota 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 14 7 4 Nebraska U 0201130 7 7 3 Batteries: South Dakota. Coffee and Nee; Nebraska, Greenslit and Mather. The Interfraternity championship geme for the season of 190!, was played this evening by the Sigma Alpha Epsllon and the Alpha theta Chi teams. S'.vina Alpha IDpsllon won by the score of 12 to 1. HARD CONTEST TO CREIGHT0N I nlon Pacific hopa Tram Defeated Flvn to Tnro. The Crelghton Annex boys again de feated the Union Pacific shop team by a icore of 5 to 2. The game wag one of the best played on the home grounds this sea son. Both pltchera were In fine form and kept the hits well scattered. Score: CHBIOHTON ANNUA. it, p, SHOPS. B. H.O. A.B. II H.O A K McKr. a ... 4 0 0 1 1 J Kelly. 2b Hronak. If-lb 2 0 1 l lillhin, 3b... 4 3 2 liaVativ, Ib-lf 4 2 It Hnini'rilt, 2b 4 0 3 Miliar, c 3 t 6 Kllay. p 3 1 Polakl. rf 4 0 0 Har'nston, rf 3 0 8 V "nart. If.. 7 Ouibaun 2b.. 0 1 Duff, i 0 Oanny. p.... 1 OWahl. lb... 8 Ohrlkaon, cf.. 0 Osinilh, rf.... 0 Osweany. aa. . 2 1 0 8 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 W. Kally u Tot all 91 1 ' a a Total 33 4 84 U Crelghton Annex.... 2002000 1 5 I', p. Shops 20000000 02 Batteries: Denny and Duff; Uiley and Miller. Karned runs: Crelgnton. 2. Two- Dane nit: ieveraux. Hase on balls: orf Kiiey, a; on ienny, j. struck out: By Riley; 2; by Denny, 3. Sacrifice hit: Rllev. Left on buses: L'relghton, 6; Union Pacific rumps, n. uoiinie piay: urungartlt to Dcvrraux. stolen bases: Hronek (31, iiruimiui i,ii, miner, roisKi. Time: l;So. Umpire: Collins. SPRINGFIELD WINS AT HOME Wallop the Ashland Irani by Nn per tor Itltllnat of the Ball. SPRINGFIELD, Neb.. May 15,-(Special Telegram.)-The Sorlngflcld High school easily defeated the Ashland High school on the home grounds yesterday, 13 to 3. Ashland could not hit Calhoun, while Springfield pounded out ten hits, Including a three bagger by Kelner and home runs by Cal houn and Cockerlll. Four of AnhlRnd's runs were made In the eighth on two hits a base on balls and two outfield errors. Springfield played a great dtnl stronger game In every respect. Score: Rll. SpringNeld 14020024 1.1 10 Ashland 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 06 ti Batteries: Springfield. Calhuiin and nrawner: Asniaiit, white and Wav bright. Struck out: By Calhoun, 9; by Whit". 6 Umpire: Miller. . Holdreice Tram a Trip. HOLDREGE. Neb.. May l&.-(Speclal.)-r Tha base ball team representing the Hold rege High achool returned this morning from a threa days' trip to the wastern part of tha atate. Thursday the lads met Arapa hoe and defeated them by the score of 4 to 2 in one of tha beat games aver seen on the diamond of that town. Frldav tha fast Culbertson team took the local into camp by the corn of ( to 3. outplaying them at every turn of the road. Thi waa the first game with that fast aggregation for the championship of southwestern Nebraska. Yesterday the Holdrege boy met the dia mond warriors of the doughty little Tren ton High school, and after a hard battle In the rain were nosed out in the ninth by a single run. the final score being 2 to 2. The locals will In all probability meet both Culbertson and Trenton here the Lat ter part of the month and In addition have in prospect games with some of tha crack high school teama of the central part of the stale. The following players, under Coach Snenson, made the trip west: Pit ser. Stogall. Towell. Norri. Shepherd. Bainta. Wlnqulst. MoGill and Red.it rom. f'nlbertaun Uffeata lloldreur. CULBERTSON. Neb.. May li.-iSpe.-lal) - Holrirege and C'.lberiwiu p!aed ball rlere yestatday. Score, I lu 1 in favi.r of Culbert-iu RIC01E WHIPS OLD FRIENDT Cubs' New Purchase Beats Boston Pals Four to Nothing;. MATTERN HAS POOR SUPPORT (ientle Dove Cilve Tbelr Leader Poor ! op port and llnrke, Mot re Dame Hermit, la Enlisted In Knnrth. CHICAGO. May 16. Kichle. recently ob tained from Boston, pitched for Chicago today and shut out his former teammates. 4 to 0. Maltern pitched well, but had poor support. He retired at the end of the fourth and Burke, a recruit from Notre Dame, allowed only one hit In the laat four In nings. Score: miir-Aoo. AB H.O.A R BOSTON AH H.O A. E. Fiver. Ib... ShefkaM, If. 9'hulte, rf . . . 1 0 a lfulllna. If. (I I) 0 0 i 2 12 1 0 0 1 0 a 0 II 1 i) Millar, rf... 0 Oflhaire, lb... 0 OShnan, ?t 1 uti. lb 0 DHailo. 3b... 4 nsnr. a. 1 Hck. ct 4 "ilraham. c... 0 1 1 I 0 o 0 0 2 1 1 I 1 0 0 0 0 Chance, lb. rtemfeldt. lb I Helman, rf. TIMher. m.. Arrher, c... Kir hie. p.., Total Mattern, p.. 4 51 IS lBurka, p Totala ) 24 10 I Chicago ...0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 Boston o u u u w w o u Two-base hit: Stelnfeldt. Three-base hits: Sweeney. Chance. Hits: Off Mattern. 2 In four Innings; oif Burkek, 1 In four Innings. Sacrifice hlt: Herxog. Schulte, Hofman. Burke, Scheckard. Stolen base: Tinker. Double plays: Tinker to Chance; Sweeney to Sharpe to Granam. Left on bases: Chi cago. 3, Boston, 6. Bases on balls: Orr Burke, 2. Struck out: By Kichle. t): by Mattern. 2: hy Burke. 2. Time: 1:40. Um pires: Klem and Kane. Red Heat Dodger. CINCINNATI. May IS. Cincinnati, by making four hits off Rocker and having a man hit by pitcher in the ninth, won out today from Brooklyn, 2 to 1. Score: BTIOOKI,YN. CINCINNATI. AU H.O A.B. AII.H.O.A.E. Ilurrh, rf 4 tlauhart, lb.. 4 Wbaat. If.... 3 Hummel, 2b. 4 Mrllveen, an Ivldon, rf 3 T. Smith. . ) McMillan, aa 4 Brwln, c t Kurker, p.... 4 0 0 0 onechar. If... 5 I 0 0 1 12 0 0PKkrt. rf. . 4 0 I 0 OHoblltaal, lb 1 0 1 I OM.trhell, cf. 3 2 0 1 (IKsan, 2b 4 1 3 0 illuwnev, aa.. I 0 0 0 UMrLean, c... 4 0 2 1 ILcbert, 3b... I 0 4 0 IH'amlatoo, p. 8 1 0 3 0MIIIr 0 a il 0 I 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 I 0 3 0 0 0 Koth 0 0 0 Total 31 624 I 1 Total 32 It 27 10 2 None out when winning run was scored. Ban for McLean In ninth. Baited for Custleton In ninth. Breeklyn 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 j wo-Dase has: Egan, Hoblitzel. Three baso hits: Mcllveen. Downey. Sacrifice hits: Burch. Downev. Hohliizel stolon bases: laubert 2, Burch, Lobert. Double plays: Lobert (una slued); Hummel to Dau bert. Buses on balls: oft Mucker, 2; off uHiieion. o. Hit with pitched ball: By Kucker, Both; by Casileton, Mcllveen. Struck out: By Rucker. 4: bv Castleton. 3. Time: 1:48. .Vmpires: Hlgler and Emslie. Cardinals Heat Ulanta. ST. LOUIS, May 16. St. Louis won the third game of the series from New York 8 to 3. Drucke was retired In the sixth ana iiaymona. who finished up, was also hit hard. Corridon allowed ouly four scat- icreu nus. uresnanan was tiari v n Wort in the hand by Seymour and forced to retire iruoi me game, iscore: ST. UM'IS. NEW YORK. AB.H.O.A.K. AB.H.O.A.B Hugging, 2b. 0 14 OOavore. If.... 4 l Willi., if.... 3 Oakac, cf.... 2 I 1 0 ODorl. 2b.... 3 0 1 13 0 lMurrav. rf . 1 I I Konalchy. lb 3 2 12 3 0Semour, cf. 4 I 1 Evana, rf.... 3 0 2 0 IBrldwell, a. 4 0 0 Breanahan, c 2 0 2 0 (I Devlin. 8b. .. 8 0 0 Phalpa, c... 0 0 1 0 OMerkla, lb... 4 0 10 Hauaer, aa... 3 0 2 3 1 Meyar., c... JO" Moray. 3b.. 8 1 1 3 ODriicke. p 2 0 0 Corrldon, p.. 4 0 1 4 Oifaymond. p. 0 0 0 Kiler 0 9 o Total 28 I 27 17 J'U.tker 1 n Tolala 30 4 24 12 Batted for Drucke In seventh. Belted for Raymond In ninth. St. l.ouis 1 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 g New York 10000200 03 iwo-Dase niiH uokes. Konetchy. Three base hit: Ellis. Sacrifice hits: Hanger. Mowrey. Double plays. Bridwell. Doyle nun merKie. lassmi nans: Hresnahan. Stolon bases: Oukes. Konetchy. Phelos. Hauser. Hit by pitched ball: Bv Drucke. Oakes; by Corrldon, Devore. Dovle. Wild pitch: Raymond. Bases on brls: Off Drucke, s; orr Raymond. 2; ofr Corridon, S. Struck out: By Corrldon, 2; bv Drucke. 6 Hits: Off Drucke, 5 in six Innings. Left on bases: St. Louis, 5; New York, 7. lime: umpires: o 'Day and Bren nan. Ames Has Easy Time on Track State College Athletes Have No Difficulty Winning from Grin nell and Drake. AMES, la., May 15. (Special Telegram.) Ames won the triangular meet yesterday by a big margin, 66; Drake, 3o; Grlnnell, 31. Ames placed in every event and took the first ' In nine events. Both hurdles, the quarter mile, discus, half mile, high Jump, two-mile event, both relays. Drake won first In the mile, the shot put and pole vault. Grlnnell was first In the hundred, the two-twenty and the broad Jump, Smith threw the discus 124 feet, six Inches. The sprints were not fast. The two-mile run wan made In 10:24, the mile rrlay In 3:37 The broad Jump was 22 feet 2 inches and half mile was made In 2:lfA,. Grlnnell will have to Improve rapidly to make a show Ing in the Missouri Valley contest. WASHINGTON WINS COAST MEET California Hank Second, Oregon Third, I. eland Stanford KouVth. BERKELEY. Cal.. May 15. The UnUer slty of Washington track team, on Berkeley oval, Saturday won the first annual meet of the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Field Day mrfl, with b6 points. Glsh of Washington won 19 points for his team. The University of California was second with 61 points, the University of Oregon third, with 13 points, and Leland Stanford fourth, with 10 point. In trying to break his own world's pole vault record. Scott of Stanford set a new American Intercollegiate mark by clearing the bar at 12 feet ti' Indie. CHILTJCOTHE WINS STATE MEET Hannibal tiel second and I'olambla Third In Missouri Track ICa-enta. KIRKSV1LLE. Mo., May IS The annual Interscholastic field meet for the First Normal school district here yesterday re sulted as follows: Chllllcothe. 34 points: Hannibal. 18 points; Columbia, 17 points; Mexico, 101 points; Meadvllle. 10- points; Moberly, 9 points; Slater, 7 points; Jefferson City, 6 points: Trenton. 4 points; Brookfleld. lt points; Unlonvllle, 0; Macon, 0; Laplata, 0. dh-sa WISCONSIN WALKS ON GOPHERS Track Meet at Madlio Rraalta In Defeat of Mlnneaotn. MADISON. Wis., May 15 -In the dual track meet yesterday, Wisconsin defeated Minnesota Km to 44Vfc. Ideal weather pre vailed and good marks were made In every event. Hill of Minnesota, was tha Indi vidual star of the meet, takitig firsts In the 100-yard and the 220-yard dashes, and tha quarter ml'.e run. Hill equaled the con ference , record of l:4-S In Ihe IHO-yard lakh. Standing of the Teams I WEST. LEAGUE. W.L.IVI AMER. ASS N. W.L.Pct. Denver 13 7 .ttvi St. Paul 20 7 .741 .W7 .n-l .4M .40 .4j:i .W.I .348 St. Joseph.. 12 7 .632: Minneapolis.. IK Wichita ....12 R .WO, Louisville ...14 14 Sioux City.. 8 8 .6oa Toledo 13 IS incoin Bit .4i4iMiiwaukee...u n Omaha 3 11 .4:'! lndlanapolis.il 15 opeka 7 11 .Wl'IColumbus ...11 17 Des Moines. 7 14 .3l:Kansas City. 8 15 NAT L. LEAGUE. AMKR. LEAGUE. VV.L.Pct.l W.LPct. Pittsburg ...12 8 .") Philadelphia. 16 4 .78 Phlladi'lphlaU 8 .mm Detroit is New York. ..14 11 .r,Mi.New York...!-' a ."" .5fiOCleveland ...12 8 . 671 .622 Boston 11 1- -47ti .4.iiiChlcngo 8 11 .41 .40111 Washington.. 8 111 .3 3 .3"tO,St. lxuis 4 1H .IdU 'inrlnnatl...ll 'hlcagn 12 11 St. Louis... .10 I.I Boston I) 13 Brooklyn ... 16 NEBRASKA LEAGUE. Won. lost. Pet. Grand Island 1 1 -J" Columbus 1 1 ""n Seward 1 1 ' remont 2 0 l ow Ktarnev 1 1 .MM Hustings 1 1 " Red Cloud 1 1 l" Superior 0 2 .000 . Wlttroai 'a Hesnll. WESTERN LEAGUE. St. Joseph, 6; Omaha. 4. De Momes-i opeka game postponed. Lincoln, 4; Wlchlia. 3. Sioux Citv, 8: Denver. 5. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chicago, 4; Boston. 0. Cincinnati, 2; Brooklyn, 1. St. Louis. 8; New York, 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE. No games scheduled. A M ERICA N ASSOCIATION. Milwaukee. 7; Columbus, 2. Kansas City, 4; Toledo, 1. Minneapolis. 4; Indianapolis, 0, St. Paul, 6; Louisville, 3. Kearney, 1; Grand Island, 0. Hastings, 4; Columbus. 2. Fremont, 8; Btiperlot, 0. Red Cloud, ii; Seward. 4. tinmen Today. Western Leainie St Joseph at Omaha, Topeka at Des Moines, Wichita at Lincoln, Denver at Sioux City. National League Boston at mcago, Brooklyn at Cincinnati, New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Pittsburg. American League Chicago at t-nnnaei- phla, St. Louis at New York, ueiron ai Boston. Cleveland at Washington. American Association I olumous at ivao- sas Cltv, Toieao at winwauucc, muin.. apolls at St. Paul, Louisville at Mlnne- "P0"."' . . ..,..K.,n Nebraska league earncj i "i". Hastmgs at Grand Island. Red iouri ai Fremont, Superior at Seward. TENNIS IN THE LIMELIGHT Landing of Clay Court Championship Arouses Interest. CHAMPS INVITED TO COME Present Title Holder to Pass Through Omaha and Effort Will He Made to Have Mini Stop Off for . . n Few liny. Tennis is being taken up nil over the city with a vim never uefore displayed in Omaha and the army of tennis players Is being recruited, on all sides. . There seems to be more Interest In the game than ever before. This Intrest probably is stimulated by the fact that Omaha Is designated as the place for holding the first annual clay court championship. For some years the tennis men of the Omnha Field club have been endeavoring to have a championship title attached to the clay court games which are played yearly at the Field club and now that they have been successful more players are taking up the game. It Is undisputed that Omaha has the fin est clay courts in the western country, for the tennis committee at the Field club has spared neither time nor expense In making these the best. This year they have been rolled with the heavy steam rollers of the city and 'given a splendid surfacing. Conrad Young has been elected chairman of the tennis committee and tnis is assurance that everything wil go with a hum. for Mr. Young has had vast ex perience In landing big things and will see that tennis Is kept to the fore. Splendid views of the courts have been taken and the publicity bureau or the Commercial club Is Bending these all over the. country to advertise me ciay couri championships. The present holders of the world's tennis championships will be through Omaha early thla summer and Mr. Young has written Inviting them to stop off for a few days' visit and to try the clay courts. HASTINGS I.OSKS TO UOASE ME rin-er Athletes Succeed In Scoring; Tl to Opponents' 40. CRETE. Neb... May lo. (Special.) i ne I o. fifth annual Hastings-Doane dual track games occurred yesterday afternoon on the Doanc field. Donne won by the score of 71 to 46. This now ties the score, as each college has won six meeis. jiorning dpui the dual record In ihe discus throw, Nuti man and Arnold tied the record In the 20-vard dash and 100-yard dash and Arnold beat the Doane record in me snoi put. The records follow: 2W-Yard Dash Notzman, iioane; nner rkk. Hastings; Marvel, Hastings. Time: : . .. - .... latviara nuraies n. uunmp, nMuui, Rice, Doane;' Tompkins, llactlngs. Time: 0:17. . .,'.. ....... Mile Run weiker. nasnngs; i neouaiu, Hastings; Mickle. Doenf. lime: 4.4!. 100-Yard Dash Arnold. Doane; Horning, Doane; Sherrlck, Hastings. Time: 0:10,. 220-Yard Hurdle R. Dunlap. Hastings; Craig, Doane; Tompkins, Hastings. Time: Hair Mile wenier, rmaongti, nur, Doane; Theobald, Hastings. Time: 2:IU. 440-Yard Dah Nutiman, Doane; Tully, Doane; Nelson. Hastings. Timr: 0:64H- Shot Put: Arnold, Doane; Craig, Duane; Sherrlck, Hastings. Distance: 3! feet 4 Inches. Pole Vault Cowan. Doane; Dickinson. Doane; R. Dunlap, Hastings. Time; 10 feet. Discus Throw Horning. Doane; Arnold. Doane: Sims, Hastings. Distance: 10i f-et 4 Inche. Broad Jump E. Dickinson. Doane: Horn ing, Doane; Tompkins, Hastings. Distance: 20 feet 4H Inches. Hammer Throw Sims, Hastings; Arnold. Doane: Horning, Doane. Distance: 112 feet vi Inches. High Jump Dunlap, Hastings: Hastings, Doane: Arnold, Doane. Dlsiancr: 5 feet 7 Inches. -- - Of the thirteen events Doane won seven first and Hastings won six. Duane won eleven seconds and Hustings two and Hast ings had ten thirds and Doane thrre. Lincoln l.oara to tiorchester. IXJRCHE8TKR. Neb., May 15. (Special.) The Dorchester Trl-County league team opened the base ball' season here by defcat Inc the Lincoln Young Men's Christian as sociation boys, t to 5. Although the visitors out hit the locals, the Dorchester boys by their base throwing caught the Liccolnltcs r.apping at every stage of the game. I.. Byera pitched a good game for the locals, striking out thirteen and allowing ten hits, while Koboul struck out six and was touched tip for eight hits. J. B -ers of Dorchester and Koboul or Lincoln each rapped out a two-bagirer. Score: R H.E. Doi cheater ....10010004 4ft Lincoln 0 1 S 0 0 0 0 0 2-5 1 7 Batteries. Dorchester. L. Byera end A. Morrosy; Lincoln. Koboul and McLiichllii. Umpire: A. West. I leroaon t'ollrae '.Viaa. CLEMSON UOI.LEOE, S C. May 14 Clemson Coliegt. won the Southern Imer Colleeiate Athletic asaocl tiou Hack meet at flrmaoii tudav for the second t'oie against three 'i.nipeting c illege. The score was: I'leuixoii, u, Vandei bllt, lo; ;..! gut Tech., . SAINTS DRUB THE COLONELS Gophers Bunch Hits and Beat Louis ville Five to Three. RICHTER'S WILDNESS FATAL t Kentnrklan l.oeea Control and . lie canine Cornea to Recne Kansnns Kent Mndhens Millers Tronnre llooalera. ST. PAUL. Mav 15. St. Paul bunched hits with Richter's wildtiess nnd made It two out of three of the series with Louisville. 5 to 3. Score: ST PA1 U AH. H.O. A K. LOUISVILLE. AB H.O.A K. riarKa. It... Ilonrhar, Kb. Jonea. rf.... Murray, rf... Spinier, r... Olhinleavv, If. 4 t. 0 0 2 1 K 0 1 0 o 10 0 I t 1 0 II 0 a. I 0 D3i) 0 t (i n n (i 0 V Woodruff, 2b 4 0 OSIanlry, rf., 4 0 UHmoot, rf 4 1 l Howard, lo . a 3 HKonnlra, aa. 4 I nt!ulllan, Sti. 4 1 oHuhe. e... 4 2 ORIiblar. p .. 'i 'Halla 1 11 OIHrannier. p Autre?. In. Met 'ormlrk.a 3 WriKlry. Sh.. 4 Laroy, p .1 ToUls I'l 1 21 Tolala 34 I 24 t 1 Batted for Richter in eighth. St. Paul 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 5 Louisville 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-3 Two-base hits: Stanley, Dunlcavy, Daroy. Three-base hits: Clarke (2). Hits: Off Richter; 6 in seven Innings. Sacrifice fly: Jones. Stolen baes: Junes. Spencer, La roy. Bases on balls: Off Richter. 4; off Decannier. 1. Hit with pitched ball; How ard. Struck out: By Laroy, 6; by llichlcr. 2; hy Decannier, 1. Passed ball: HusThea. Time: 1:4a. Umpires: Ferguson and Bicr haller. Milwaukee nunehes lilt. MILWAUKEE, May 15. Milwaukee hunched hits on Kalcr in the second and third and secured enough runs to beat Co lumbus. 7 to 2. The victory put the home club In fifth place. Score: M ILWAl'K FK. Cni.lMnt'8. AH. HO. A.B. AH. H.O. A. K. Ranilall, rf . Barry, If lark. :ib M'Oann, lb. Barrett, rf... I t OOTtourke. 3b 4 1 1 1 0 3 II llodwcll, lb... 5 0 11 0 1 1 1 3 lona. Jo.... 5 114 1 1 IS 0 oi'imgnllon, rf 4 0 0 1 1 2 i OHit.chnian. if 1 n l ft n I I OKnlllry, rf... 4 .1 4 0 I) 111 Oyulnlan. aa . 3 0 1 2 1 I 3 1 l.lf'.maa. c 3 1 4 4 0 Roblnaon. aa 4 McOrmlrli,b 4 l.udwta. r. . . . 3 L'uttlnk, p... s I) o 4 OKaler. p... 1 0 0 1 0 Uabhal-dl. o. 2 0 I) 1 o Totla......31 8 27 IS 1 Totala 33. 7 24 14 .1 Milwaukee 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 7 Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 Two-base hits: O'Rourke, Randall. Three base hit?: Robinson, James. Home run: Downs. Bases on balls: Off Cuttings, 5; off Kaler, 1; of Llcbhardt, 1. Struck out: By Cutting, 2V by Kaler. 1; by Llebhnrdt, 3. Stolen bases: McCann (2). Barrett. Robin son. Sacrifice hit: Clark. Double plav: Robinson to MeCormlck to McGann. Left on bases: Milwaukee. 2. Hits: Off Kaler. 4 In two and one-third Innings. Time: LoS. Umpires: Cussack and Owens. Muilhena Lose In Mud. KANSAS CITY. May 15. Kansas Cltv and Toledo played today on a sloppy field, the former proving the best mudders and winning, 4 to 1., Score: TOI,BnO. KANSAS (1TV. AB.H.O.A.K. AB. H.O.A R. I Slllllvan.rf 4 2 7 1 OSIinnnon, If 13 0 0 rlinchman.Zb 5 10 1 UKaftary. rf.. .3 2 0 0 0 . i II! 0 0 .3 0 0 0 a 0 .41300 Ilallay. rf.... 4 Hlclonan, If.. 4 Krafman. lb 4 Butlar, aa 4 tand, c 4 Klwrrt, 3b. .. 4 Hi.lra. p 0 Handcock, p. 3 Ylnlllng ... I 0 1 It OHuutar. lb, 15 0 OYohd. 3li. 1 7 0 HMoran, rf 0 0 1 ODoftnie. aa... 4 1 3 0 orranaton. 2b 3 0 1 t 0 Hulllvan. c. 4 0 o 0 o Biandom, p. 4 0 4 2 II 13 11 0 2 0 0 0 0 7 0 uuzo 0 0 0 0 Tolala 2S 27 10 1 Tola!. 37 24 I 0 Batted for Handcock In ninth. To'edo 00001000 0-1 Kansas City 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 Two-brje hit: D. Sullivan. Three-base hit. Katferty. First base on error: To ledo, 1. Sacrifice hit: Raftery. Sacrifice fly: Yohe. Stolen base: Hunter. Hits: orf Boyce. 2 in one Inning; off Handock, 4 in eight Innings, lefl on base:" Toledo. 15; Kansas City, 9. Struck out: By Hand cook. 2: by Brandon.' S. Banes on balls: Off Bolce. 1; off Handcock, 4; off Bran dom. 3. Hit by pitched bB.ll: Bv Boiie. Hunter, by Handcock. Hunter; bv Bran dom. D. Sullivan. Time: 1:40. Umpires: Guthrie and Chill. Blank for I'oalea. MINNEAPOLIS, May 15 Fienes mast erly pitching was the feature of today's game, which Minneapolis won, 4 to 0. Fleno struck out seven men, Including Carr and Mutch twice each. Minneapolis bunched hit with loose playing by In dianapolis and some daring base runnings. Score: MINNEAPOLIS. INDIANAPOLIS. AB.H.O.A.K AH. 11. OAK ciymer, n... I I ti i IM-nadomtrne.K 4 110 Altlrer, sa... 4 1 3 4 ODalehanty. cf 3 0 6 0 Kern. 3b.... 4 0 if 2 IMaydan, rf... 4 1 0 0 Oravath. If.. 4 0 10 OCarr, b 4 0 tl 0 J.Willlama,2b 4 115 IMunh. 3b... 3 0 0 I HIM. lb I 0 13 1 illwla. aa.... 112 3 rimering, cr a 2 0 0 UBoitarman. c 3 0 5 0 I smith, c 2 13 3 iio.illlHnia,2b 3 0 2 1 0 Kiena, p 1 1 1 4 Oliraham, p. . 1 0 0 1 n 'Orth 1 0 0 0 0 Totala 2 I 27 ID , Totala 29 24 3 Batted for Graham in ninth. Minneapolis 00102001 4 Indianapolis 00000 0 00 00 fTw-0-baf.e hit: Smith. Stolen bases Clymer, Altlr.er, Smith. Sacrifice hits Clymer, Flene, Delehanty. Double plays: Smith to Ferris to Williams, Altlzer to Lewis to Carr. Left on bases: Minneapolis 4; Indianapolis, 4. Struck out: By Flentt' 7; by Graham, It. Base on balls: off Flene' 4; off Graham, 1. Passed balls: Smith! Time: 1:25. Umpires: Van Svckle and Hayes. IOWA CITY WINS SCHOOL CONTEST High School Compete for Position anil MaLr Fair Marka, IOWA CITY, la.. May 15. (Special Tele gram.) Iowa City won the stale Inter scholastic Invitation meet of the Univer sity of Iowa Saturday with 40'B points; Davenport was second with 2H points. Five records wre broken and one tied. Vana gent of Oltumwa captured individual honors with three . firsts: In the weight events and a fourth In the quarter-mile race. The other teams finished In the following ordir: Davenport, 26; North Des Moines, lS'j; Cedar Rapids, 104; Ottumwa, 16; Marshall town, 13; Ames. 12; Marlon, ll'-i, Fairfield, H u-6; MechahlcHvllle. 5; Oskaluoaa, 3; Aim mosa. 24; Keokuk, 2; Council Bluffs, 1. 100-yard dash: Van Auken of Ames. Nady of 1' airfield. Monroe of t'crlar liapius, liHhelman of Marshailtown. 'lime: 0:lov 120-yard nuioie: ilorlein of lowa Ciiv. Hunter of North Des Moines, Roscoe packer or Aiarstiauiown, Dalhey of Cedar Haulds. Time: 0:17. 4i-yard-uasn : First race. Parson of Iowa City, lll'lia of Cedar Rapids, King of Keokuk, vanxgent or Oltu.nwa. lime 0:.'t2t. New record. 440-yard-daHli: becond race, Hotlein of lowa City, Stuart of Davenport, t-'onroe of Cedar Rapids. oi i-,.-.to lies .nolnr. Time: 0.63 220-yard-hurdles: 1'rlester of Davenport, Hunter of Noitn Des Moines, IJolgatc of Fairfield, Vonnostiand of lowa t'iiy. Time: 0:1';. 'lied lecord. Mne run: Ferguson of M'chanlcsvllle, Reed of Mai 1011. flapper of Ames, S.iuer of Council Bluffs. Tune: 4:4-VV Half-mile run: Parsons of lowa. Borch errlt of Davenport, Brownlle of Davenport, PrazKee of Cedar Rapids Time: i' 0T. Shot put: Yanagent of ottumwa. ChiIhMii of MarsnulltoH 11. Mitten of Davenport, V alentine of Fairfield and Dalby of ( vdar Rapid a lied for fourth place. Distance, P feet. 94 Inches. New lecord. Mile relay: lowa City, North Des Moines, Cedar Rupids, Davenport. Time: 3.4JV New record. High Jump: Packer of Marshailtown, Cook of Davenport. Hhrider of lowa City, Bailey of Motgan, Height: 0 feet ii Inches. New lecord. 220- ard-dash : Monroe of Cedar Rapids, Gabcimnn of Marshailtown, anaukt-n of Amos, Kinart of Cedar Rapids. Time: 0.23V Discus throw: Vanagent of (Jitumaa, Valentine of Fairfield, Humble of Marlon. Hiierleou of lowa Cliy. Dlstanc: ill feet, Inche. New iicotd. Half nillt iela: Nin th of Des Molne. Aior of lowa Cit, Davenpurt. Time: I S!V Hammer throw: aiuiii nt of Ottutnua. Busaell of Oshaloosii. Hoffman Iowa City, Nutter of Davenport. Instance: n; fret. I Inch. Broad jump- Goi.ld of Matioti. I'liehtt-t of Daveipoit, Shi4il?r of low, lit,, Huux. of Noilli Or Minuet. i'Utuloe. U fert, il'-a inche Kearney Shuts Out Grand Island Team Fitchm" Contest at Grand Island Ends 1 to 0 Hastings Beats Columbus. GRAND ISLAND. Neb., May l.V-(Spe-ial Ti legrani.) Today's game waa a fierce pitchers' struggle. In which Noyes had likewise the best of It In strikeouts, get ting fourteen to Green's ten. Score: R.I I.E. Kearnev 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 2 i Gnmd Island...!) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 2 Batteries: Noyes and Townsend; Green and Ttavets. COLUMBUS. Neb., May 15.-(Speclal "Sel rgrani. i Twelve hundred pioplc saw Hast ings defeat Columbus In the second game of the scht-on this afternoon. Cook put the hall over the fence for a home run. Scovr: HUE. HbMIiikk 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 V-4 H 2 Columbus 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-2 II) 2 Batteries: Hastlnus. liegg and Don nelly; Columbus. Hovee and Clnlr. Struck out: By Clegg, !); bv Bovee, 4. Umpire. McV'imle FREMONT, May 15. t Special Telegram.) -Fremont defeated Superior this afternoon, 3 to o. Slattrry had fine control and Superior could do nothing with him. Score: .. , . R. H. E. Fremont 00 2 0000 1 3 Ii) 4 Superior 0 0 0 0 o.o 0 0 IV-O 2 l BaHrrlcs: Fremont, Slattpry and Buhner; Superior, Snyder and Colbert. TALKING ABOUT PRIZE FIGHT "lllr Tim" Mulllvnn Puts Ilia Money , in Jim. NEW YORK. May 15. (Special Tele gram.) State Senator Timothy D. Sullivan, known familiarly to his Bowery friends as "Big Tim," stakeholder for the heavy weight championship fight between James J. Jeffries' and Jack Johnson, may become the holder of many bets In Europe before he returns to, America. "Big Tim" Is en route to London. Before sailing he said: "The Jeffries-Johnson fight will he on the level. 1 wouldn't have anything-to do with it It I had the sllghtent suspicion. It will be one of the greatest boxing ex hibitions of the age and 1 shall be present to see It. Of course, I am not a profes sional, nor a prophet, so that I do not know who will win it, but 1 shall wager a piece of money on Jeffries. "I know Jeffries and I know he Is' a hard man to whip. I have faith In his fighting ability. .1 am averse to 'becoming holder for any more money, for 1 have enough responsibility now, but 1 have received in formation that a number of sporting men in England who know me will ask that I hold wagers for them." KANSAS TENNIS PLAYERS WIN Jayhankrra Defeat ('oriihiiakrra In .niinHl Toarnament. LINCOLN, May 15. (Special Telegram.) For the third time Kansas university de feated Nebraska In the annual tennis tournament between the two colleges on the Nebraska courts, the Jayhawkers win ning both of the doubles and all but one set of the singles. Play began early In the morning. The Cornhuskers were handl caped, having less than a week for actual practice. The courts have been( graded and were unfit for use until only a few days ago. The Kansas players were In excellent condition and had little difficulty In win ning In' straights sets. The afternoon results follow: Wood and Sutton. Kansas, beat Hubbell and Ouster hout, fi-4, 6-1. Bigelow beat Scudder, 6-3, 7-5. Watson beat Smith. 6-1, 9-7. PROTEST AGAINST THE FIGHT People SnKirest Menna for Stopping? Jeffries-Johnson Mill. OAKLAND, Cal.. May 15. (Special Tele gram.) A mass meeting was held In Cha bot hall tonight for the purpose of framing a protest against the holding of the Jeffries-Johnson fight in Alameda county. The speii ers argu,ed that the proposed con test Is Illegal, being a prize fight and not a boxing contest. They suggested means to the authorities to stop the fight. Nationals (live Releases, ST. LOUlSMay 14. The St. Louis v.. Bona I league club released Inflelder Bar beau to Kansas City. Outfielder O'Hara to Toronto, and Pitcher Hlggins to Denver Outfielde. Zacher, who was purchased from ine new 1 oik aeuoiihis reported for duty. tie win oe a utility man. EIJfll.Jl,tlKJJItW"'MtM -MI t. :LMMB?i4J Family Trade Supplied by IS ' I U'JM4JWm Chas.S!orz. Phones. Webster tEpmJr ! 1260. Independent B 1261. Facing Farnam Street on the ground floor The best locution in Oinnlia for many linos of business is opposite the Court House iunl next to the City Hall. H is very seldom that it is possible for yo'i to get one of the pround floor rooms in THE BEE Tbe entrance Is Just west of the main entrance cf Iho building; it has an entrance from Iho court as well. Tho building ftirnlnhi's heat, light, water and Janitor service. , The building Is fire-proof and thfre la a large brick vault, so you can cut out your Insurance expense. The room will be remodeled and redecorated to suit the tenant. The space can be arranged lo give tenant J,fD0 njiiare foct If desired. If this is the best location for you, now is the time to gmsp the opportunity, and apply nt once. Apply to It. W. BAKER, BASLE WINS DEADLY RACE '1 Simplex Driver First in Twenty-Four. Hour Drive that Costs One Life. MAKES ELEVEN HUNDRED IIILES Ralph Mnlford Finishes gecond -Th rrr Other lf a Iltel4e eiiotia Injuries In Maddening Speed Ktrnt. I BRIGHTON REACH. N. V.. Mav .,. . Ch.-irh s Basic, driving a Simplix car, won the twenly-four-hour automobile race of the Motor Racing association Inst night, com pleting 1.145 nilli-B. Ralph Mnlford, driving a Stearns No. 1, finished second, twvnty flvo miles behind Basle, w hile Ralph I Palnm In a Flat w;i third with l.io; mM The record for the time l 1.W iiilb-s. Ten of the twelve Hlarlcrx finish, -.1. iriious Injury of n s uul tV minor hurts to two others Willhtni F. Bradley, mo cl.anicisn for Louis Strang, susialti,d i aa Juries that caud ln denth Jack Ton a mhatiicinn, n-cehed a broken l"g . 1 Internal hurls, ami William Etidlcntt n- 1 John MoGruilct , driver- p.nd rrterhsnlel i n of the Cole car, wrro sent tr tlje hnspit.il with painful but not dangeroiu lnjiiii. . There were n imeiou? minor accidents. The two. cms that "dropped' nut of In rare were the Steams No. 2. which broio. a cylinder In the rinlh hour, 4nd tl" Houpt-Rockwell, which vr withdraw after completing ."",71 mile In twenty-o'te hours. v From the standpoint of the spectator the contest wim the- hett. and the most spec tacular ever held here nnd nftracted laiue crowds. Announcement wns. mule tonight Hint another race und r Mmll.ir conditions will be held late lu June. , The position of the unplaced iwrs at th finish was: Fourth, Bulck Not 1. 1.04:1; fifth, Ri'.lnler, 1.017; nix: h. Croxtoji-Kerton, 1.004; seventh, Marion, USD; eighth, Bulck No. 2, !U7; ninth, Cole, tenth', Solden, 718 miles. TECUMSEH HIGH WINS CLOSE ONE Heat. Yoniiar Men'a Christian Anrln tlon Ten 111 of Lincoln. TECUMSEH. Neb., May l4.-(SpeclaI T j egram.) In an interesting base ball ganef here today the Tecumsch Illg-h school team defeated the Young Men's Christian asso- uiuuuri icuiii ui xiiiloiii. 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Pllllvant of Chicago won the sixth annual Marathon race of the Missouri Athletic club today In 2:53:53. Joseph Erxlelien of the Missouri Athletic club was second, finishing two sec onds behind the winner. Sidney H. Hatch of Chicago was third. The record of tho course. 2:49:00, Is held by Erxleben, the winner of last year's race. Forty-one runners entered, all but ten started and twenty-two finished. I.I felon tr nominee to dyspepsia, liver complaints and kidney troubles Is needless. Electric Bitters l Ihe guaranteed remedy. 60c. For sale by Reaton Drug Co. $100 for trade mark See. Bee May 17. BUELD3NG V '4 Supt., Bee Busmes3 Ofii