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THE OMAHA DAILY JiEJC: SUNDAY, SEPTJE.UBEli 1, 11)01.
0 END OF BASE BALL SEASON Gme Has Buffered Threufh t'st Wir of Ebal Kmtgers. LOSSES SHOWN IN MONEY AND MORALS Till) cm Follou the Lend of the .Mim nutc nml Cilir lluuily Inhibi tion Inatrnd of I'lni'ltiR the On inc. They also reallte the futility of a protest, 1 V C IH) i C i K CMflT Ul I TCU and to rarely carry the matter to an ox-I iLD1Aj1A fUUl DALL ILAJl Just how disastrous hai been the base tml season, now on its wane, will likely never be known. It is only certain that more clubs have lost money than have earned a profit; that the morale of the game hns been distinctly lowered and that Incalculable harm hat been done through the oauhtng of managerial Interests. Whatever interest the public may have had In the quarrel between tho National find American organizations was easily ex hausted before the season had fairly opened and the owners of the teams very soon abandoned their pretentious rivalry In an effort to attract attendance tu the games. 1'ubllshed figures Indicate that the crowds have been Increasing as the season has progressed, but there was a time when the llg league clubs were playing before crowds whose admission fees would not pay for thu balls used up in the course of a game. Such facts arc sure to make, the magnates think and It Is a reasonable presumption that the fall and winter sessions of the cwn'rs will have more to do with how to correct the mistakes of the last season than with laying plans for any more war. It, orr own little league there Rre signs of discontent The situation of Indianapolis era Louisville is still n source of unrest 10 mo . extern magnates, who want to in lude these towns In the circuit. So somo talk of n ten-club league Is heard It will likely end In talk, though. Kau nas City and Minneapolis, where the game l.as been a loser this season, are figuring now on dropping Omaha, Denver and Colo icdo Springs and subst.tuting Mllwnunkee. Indianapolis nnd Louisville. Now, wouldn't that Jar you? Of course, it Is rather early to lay cot circuits, but some of the dope Ilcnus keep their pipes going all the time. Otic thin seems reasonable however, and that Is that the magnates will think a long time before they turn down Omaha In favor of any other city now on the circuit. The ntlenannce here has been better and steadier than anywhere In the Western lcaguo nnJ there Is no reason to think It will be less. And it is attendance that innscs base ball pay. tretne. A ball player Is never Justified .n personally assaulting an umpire. His re course is In an entirely different direction. If a player should so far forget himself as to transcend the rules of decency as did Bhugart and McOlnnlty. It Is only right that they should be prevented as far as possible from ever showing themselves in n ball player's uniform again. Ban Jchn- son will have the thanks of all lovers of the game for his prompt action in removing rowdies. Another thing that has caused some lit tle comment during the week Is the an nouncement that the National league is going to withdraw the protection It has hitherto afforded the minor leagues. This means In plain English that the big league proposes to take Its pick of the minor league players without as much as saying by your leave. Just what the minor leagues can do In the matter Is a question. Presi dent Hlckey Is out with a call for a con vention and proposes to lay down certain rules to govern players who Jump minor league contracts and fall to make good In the big league. This makes one think ot the convention the hens held when they pasbed n resolution denouncing the fox. It didn't help the hens and It didn't hurt the fox. The course adopted by the big league Is only another evidence that the morale of the game has suffered ns a re sult of the season. It may not be that the fiber of the fabric hoR been attacked. Indeed, all lovers of the noble sport will hope It ha( not. yet there seems some thing radically wrong when professed busi ness men will thus violate not only Im plied, but written obligation. If the major league adheres to Its proposition to drny protection to the minor leagues and re fuses to recognize any but Its own desires, then tbre Is surely nn era of demoraliza tion In prospect. Outlook for the Ccmbg Season ii Meit Flattering ea Paper. FASTEST LINE EVER W IN THE MILD Cnptnln Weilmrr lln Men Who Ouuht to Win nrerj- Game They Go Into, with Prohnhly One Kxceptlon. As n sirlklng example of the deficiency in morals of tho game It Is unnecessary to go bjyond the recent exhibitions given by Frank Shugart of the Chicago American teum and Joe McOlnnlty of the Baltlmores Shugart struck Umpire Haskell, while Kr.toll of his team kicked him, and Mr C.lnnlty spat In the face of Umpire Connolly Not so many people out here know cither of these players, nnd yet there are those who recall Frank Shugart as the quiet, active shortstop of the Minneapolis team of 1800, when ho was looked upon as a comer. He showed no signs of being a rowdy then, nor bm ho since, until this year. Very few Omaha people who mot Joe McGlnulty last summer when he was visiting his people here willingly believe that the modrst gentleman they then shook hands with and talked to could be guilty of tho hoodlumlsm he exhibited on the dln mond In Daltlmore. Vet all who are In nny wuy conversant with tho facts will applaud Dan Johnson for the promptness with which he fastened sentences upon these offenders, and few will regret their fuvcrlty. Only cne thing Is to be deplored, and that Is thnt the American league has not the means of malting Its sentences ef fective throughout tho base ball world. Whenever It becomes thoroughly under stood that a player cannot he a rowdy and remain In the game. It will be n glorious day for base ball The managers seek con tlnuRlly to nttri.ct people of good breeding and gentle manners to the raracs, nnd when there go It Is to be regaled with nn ex hibition of n greft a'hletlr spcrt and nut with an Imitation of n bar room brawl. To Vltk 1 as natural as to breathe with a ball player, yet he must ufro tho fame Judgment in making his kicks he does In his playing Ordinarily much will be excused cf a flayer for what he dors In heat engen dered by the "rigor of the game," and he may find partisans In tbe extrcmcstc show of temper. It has happened that the umpire has been assaulted by the crowd. Admit- Much might be written of the course of the pennant races. In the National either I'lttsburg or Brooklyn may win. St. Louis Is not an impossibility, but hardly a proba bility The Cardinals are not pUylns con sistent ball. In the American, Chicago and Boston arc having It ding dong for the first place, and cither may land. With Griffith tripplcd and Shugart and Katoll out of the game for good, the White Stock ings are hard hit, nnd tho chance looks better for Boston. Here again comes up the evil of a ball player'B temper. Just because Shugart haw fit to soak Jack Haskell in the Jaw, while Katoll kicked him on the shin. Chicago may lose the championship, while Haskell draws pay for the time he 1b In the hospital and Shugart is out of the game for all time ns far as th American league Is concerned. In the Western, Kansas City Is playing true to form, and holds the lead as casllj as at any time during the summer. Hardly a mtracle could head off the Tebeau team now. For second place, at least five other teamr. have a show. Mlnneapoltt and Des Moines seem about the only clubb that cannot honestly aspire to finish sec ond This condition of affairs will maU' the finish as warm as any series of th' whole season. Omaha has n good oppor tunlty. owing to tho fact that the conclud Ing game3 of the schedule are played on the home grounds, but the Inconsistent per formance of the Rourke family will hardb reasrure Its friends. In fact few people in Omaha will be surprised at the final stand ing of the team It Is one of the finest ag gregation of fielders ever gotten together In the west and one of the most erratic withal Some of the games played during the recent trip, If the scores were accurate, would dis grace a corner lot team, and others were of the sclntlllntlng sort. The pitchers per formed very much the same as tho fielders and the result. Is a showing that covers the whole range of base ball from rotten to the best ever. Just what the trouble Is can only be conjectured, but there is something out of gear somewhere. At present the team Is going fast again and patrons feel certain of seeing good ball whenever they go down to Vinton Street park. Some are disappointed that tho team has not held a higher place In the standing table all through the season. In and out work has been responsible nnd we will have to be content with what we have. Tho race Is clcse enough to suit anybody. As the time approaches for the opening of the university at Lincoln Interest Is re viving in foot ball. Captain Westover of the Nebraska team has announced that the foot ball squad will go Into camp at South Dend September 2. The men will live In tents along the riatte river and begin their training at once. A new tackling machine will be set up for the candidates to practlco on. The time at camp will be spent In cross-country running, swimming, tackling and punting. These men will begin train ing Monday: Captain Westovor, Brew, Crandtll. Cortelyou, Stringer, Bell, Shedd, Maloney, Koehler, Lchmcr, Bender and Ityan. Coach Booth and Manager Cowglll will follow tho party with the other men later. Captain Westover, to speaking of the season's prospects, says that Nebraska should win every one of Its games, with the possible exception of the one with Wiscon sin. All of last year s team will be uacx but Montgomory and Cook. Old men of former 'vanity teams who will be back are Kingsbury, right tackle In S and 'S9. Stinger, end In !7 and '8S, and Bell, right hr.lf on the '09 team. The line this year will be the most formidable one that has ever lined up for Nebraska. The candidates for the ends are Stringer, Kyau, Cortelyou and Johnson, who huvc all played at least one season on the 'varsity and Shedd, a 180-pound roan from the Lin eoln High school. For the tackles are Cap tain Westover, cx-Cnptaln Brew; Kingsbury and Mlilile of the Lincoln High school. For the guards are Illnger of the 'varsity. and Martin and Hubbard of the High BChool Koehler will be back to try for his old posl tlon at center and Maloney, n 220-pound man, will try to win a place. Drain nnd Ityan of last year's 'varsity team nnd Lcli mer of the Omaha High school will try fo quarter. With five such old and experienced men ns Westover. Brew, Kingsbury, IUngcr and Koehler for the line, besides the new men gold medal to tho best allround man this year. The Iowa team has also adopted the camp ing out method and has pitched Its tents on the Iowa river, Just outside of Iowa City. Coach Knlpe will not arrive until late this week and the preliminary prac tice work will be In charge of Captain Williams and Assistant Coach Hobbs. The Hawheyes hare already raised a hard-luck cry, but from the best Informa tion r large proportion of the old squad will go Into training again this year. Cap tain Williams, and Burrler, guard and tackle of lasi year's 'varsity; Watters. end; Griggs, the bulky substitute at center, and other worthy substitutes such a Selberts. Coulthard. Herbert, Macy and Hollenbeck are all likely to make the first eleven this year. Among the new men are Half back Crum of Bedford, brother of the famous sprinter of that name. The Minnesota team likewise has the camping habit and the squad Is nicely set tled at Grand Marata, Minn, on the nortn shore of Lake Superior. Dr. 11. L. Wil liams, the coach, and U A. 1'age, captain of last year's team, will direct the practlc9 Three weeks of preliminary training w 11 be undergone before the men return U college to begin attendance upon lecture The chief players In the squad besides ex Captain l'age are Mueller and Doble, guard and quarterback respectively on last year's tram: Currant and McDonald of the 19C0 second team, and Nelson, Jcnson, Van campen, Harris, Bldlake, Thorpo and Clarke Evans, new men. Within the next two or three days a dozen more are expected to Join the squad. HOW TO BUILD CP GOLF FORM Veterai Flayer Points Out PitfalU of Game to the Notice. LONG BACK SWING WITH FOLLOW THROUGH rundninrntnl Mmlm of the tSnnir Must He Committed llrloie the l'lnjer May Hope to Uev elup Imllt lilnnl Style. DOCTORS WHO IMITATE. KEEN EYES FR0MF0UR STATES Mnatera of the 1 rn Will Aaaemble t I.nLe Ciintrnry, Mlaaourl, to Compete for It lcli I'rlrcK. The best Omaha amateurs and other shots from throughout the state expect to attend the Interstate meet at St. Joseph. Many of them have grown skillful In shooting over tho water at Okobojl and expect to bring home at least their share ot the prize money The program has been completed and the 11 ret annual tournament will be held nt Lake Contrary September 15, 16 and 17. Most of the crack shots of he west will be In attendance, as a number good trophies havo been hung up. The officers In charge ot arrangements are F B. Cunningham, president; E. It. William, vice president; J. H. Felt, secretary and treasurer, and Directors Louis Moln, D. W Potter ana Herman Loaeruose. I) The amateur championship trophy for the in Bight, the "Bugeatcrs" will undoubtedly states of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and MIs have tho fastest line of any eleven In iheourl will be a gold watch nnd chain to Tommy Hughes has forced himself to the front at last an a star pitcher. He Is merely doing what good Judges who saw him lost Rummer In Omaha said be was capable of, pitching wonderful ball. In the tour games he has last pitched he has struck out thirty-nine men, hns not been touched for more than Ave hits In any one game, has given but few passes nnd hno fielded without an error. His record Is re mnrkablo, but not at all surprising to those ting nil of this, ball playera must confess , who know him. Hughes has wonderful con that there Is no situation In which nn as nault on the umpire can bo Justified rr v.iiere It can change the current of the name. The least It can bring down upon the rffendlng player Is a line or suspm rlon from tho game. In which event tho team loses his service3 fcr the time h? Ii laid up, hud the patron Is deprived of a portion at leant of what he has paid f r trol of the ball. It Is recalled that in one game he pitched for .Omaha last season he went through seven Innings and had the first man down in the eighth bctoro a ball was tailed on him. That is as fine an ex hibition of control as ever was witnessed. It In Uanicertiua. Cholera morbus often results fatally be- Pach considerations alone would seem tut- ( fore medicine can be procured or a physl flclent .to Induce nn ordinarily thlnk'ng clan summoned. Chamberlain's Colic ball pluyer to refrain from quarreling with Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is a certain the umpire!, Spectators do net enjoy a , euro for this disease. Every family should wrangle They realize quite ns ful'y as ' bo provided with It. It costs but a trifle nnybody nny Injustice done by the umpl e. and Is certain to be needed sooner or later and nro as quick to resent It as any p'ayer Buy It now. For sale by all druggists. I west. It will be the most formidable cne hat has ever lined up for Nebraska. The material for the end positions Is better this year than It has ever been be 'crr. The three end men of last year's varsity vvere the fastest ends for the .eight anywhere In the west. Stinger, who velghs 190 pounds, played on two cham- lonshtp teams nnd won a place on nil ihe vestern team both years. Shcda, the ISO- pound Lincoln boy. has been considered the best end on any High school In the btate for the last three years. These men will make two sets of ends that will tear up tho heavy Gopher formations, nnd will give the Badger backflcld such a smashing ns It has never received before. It looks as though Nebraska will have a light speedy back field again this year. Crandall, Bender, Bell and Eager, candi dates so far for the halves, are all light men but very fast. So far as Is known, ,none of last year's fullbacks will try for the team. Cook and Plllsbury will not re turn to school, nnd Raymond will not play. Kingsbury, who is a terrific line buckT, may be used In that position. He was used behind the line part of the '99 season. The new men as yet are rather unknown quantities. Several heavy men with more or less gridiron exporlence have signified their Intention of entering school. Besides those nlready known, there will undoubt edly be many others who will make their appearance after hard practice begins at Lincoln. Manager Cowglll has arranged the tcs' schedule any Nebraska team has ever had. The season opens by a game with Lincoln High school, at Lincoln September 21; September 28 the tenm plays the Klrksville School of Osteopathy at Klrksville. Mo. Doane at Lincoln, October 5; October 12 Mlnneeota at Minneapolis; Ociobor 19, Omaha Medics at Omaha: October Ames college nt Lincoln; November 2, Wis consin university nt cither Mndtson or Mil vvaukee; November 0, Missouri, at Lincoln; November 1C, Kansas at Lincoln The Thanksgiving game will be at Lincoln, if Nebraska wins or ties cither the Mlnne sola or Wisconsin game, Northwestern will play Nebraska Thanksgiving day. If Ne braska loses both these games then ths Haskell Indiana from Laurence will play In concluding his outline ot tho season's work, Captain Westover said the prcspects for a championship team were better than ever before, and with suffclent support from tho student body and the public In general, Nebraska should make a hard fight for the western chanmplonshlp. I ex pect sixty candidates to be out every night after the season proper openB. As an Inducement fcr good work, J B, Tuckcy & Co. of Lincoln, have offend a $33 cost not less than $100. and to be properly Inscribed emblematic of the championship This trophy will be subject to general competition at the annual shoots at St. Joseph In following years and at the state shoot of 1902. The first day, which will be for ama teurs only, will open with four events for fifteen targets each, to be followed by tha shoot for the Eagle trophy, donated by St. Joseph Aerie No. 49, Fraternal Order of Eagles. Event No. 6 will be tho Missouri Valley team shoot, to be participated in by Kansas City, St. Joseph, Leavenworth and Atchison gun clubs, each team to be com posed of ten men, twenty-flve birds to each man, for a trophy valued at $23. Events 7, 9 and 10 will be for fifteen targets each. There will be twclvo events on the second day, open to professionals and amateurs, ns followe: No. 1, fifteen targets, amateur; No. 2, twenty targets, amateur; No, 3, fifteen targets, amateur; No. 4, twenty-five targets, open; No. 6, fifteen targets, ama teur; No. 6, twenty targets, amateur; No. 7, fifteen targets, amateur; No. 8, twenty- flvo targets, open; No. B, fifteen targets, amateur; No. 10, twenty targets, amateur; No. 11, fifteen tnrgets, amateur; No. 12, twenty-five targets, open. On the third day there will be twelve events, as follows: Nos. 1, 2 and 3, fifteen targets each, amateur; No. 4, twenty-flve targets, open; Nos, 5, 6 nnd 7, fifteen tar gets each, amateur; No. 8, nfty targets trophy; Nos. 9, 10 and 11, fifteen targets, amateur: No. 12. twenty-nve targets, open. Any amateur shooter who is a member in cood standing of his respective organiza tion In either Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas or Missouri shall be eligible to contest Ths followlnfl rules will govern; Shooting to begin each day promptly nt A. S. A rules to govern nil cases and referee s decision to be tinai. MamntrRn nnd exoert trnns. Money divided according to Rose system, ' All'tles for trophies or merchandise must be shot off. .... , All nnnn vrnts to be handlcan events nnd handicap committee to be selected from sliootcro present. . .. nffiiKlntr nf dlrtleult birds Is not nllowed and referee's decision on this point shall be final. . . niHfinl arnro will be summarized on rnrp hoard in nlaln view of the shooter and If any protest or correction is to be made the shooter must attend to It with the scorer before the ncore Is sent to the com piler, ns no appeal will be allowed after tho score Is once sent to the clerk. Dropping for place will not be permitted; nny shooter detectec1 In It will positively be narrca una requesivu iu leuve wie SYPHILIS Dlv. A. U fLAKLL . Must ltrllnl.lr bprelsIlK in !)!- rmri nf Men. 6TRICTURE CwtA with a new Home treatment. No pain, no detention from business, URINARYddney and Bladder Troubles, Weak Back, Burning Urine, frequency ot Urinating, Urine High Col lired or with milky sediment on standing. cured for life and poison thoroughly lleanaed from the system. Soon every Sign and symptom dlssppears completely nd forever. No "BREAKING OUT" ot the Clteast) on the skin or face Treatment tontalnv no dangeroufc drugs or Injurious medicines. WEAK MEN rom Excesses or vie tlmt of Nervous De bility or Exhaustion. Waiting Weakness, .lth early decay In young and middle tged. lack of vim, vigor and strength. With crgacs Impaired and weak. Cure tuaranted. Dr. SEARLES & SEARLES OMAHA, NEB. SPECIALISTS FOR DISEASES OF MEN The Secret of Our Unparalleled Success is Told in Two Words: ..WE CURE.. Varicocele, Acquired Blood Poison, Nerv ous Debility and all Reflex Complications and Associate Diseases and Weaknesses of Men. VARICOCELE Are you afflicted with Varicocele or Its results Nervous Debility and are you nervous. Irritable and despondent? Do you lack your old-time energy and ambition! Arc you suffering from Vital Weakness, etc.? There is a derangement ot the sensi tive organs ot your Pelvic System, and even though it gives you no trouble at pres. rnt, It will ultimately unman you, depress your mind, rack your nervous system, un fit you for married life and shorten your existence. Why not be cured before It ! too late? WK CAN CUKE YOU TO STAY CUIIKD. We have yet to see the case cl Varicocele we cannot cure. Medicines, Electric Delts, etc., will never cure. You need expert treatment. We treat thousands of cass where the ordinary physician treats on. Method new, without cutting, pain or loss of time. Oinaaltattnn Free, Treatment ly mnll. Cnll nr nddrran lit Mth St. OltS. SKAHLUS .KAULUS, 03I.1IIA, grounds. BIG MEN WILL GET TOGETHER JrlTrlm nml Iluhlln Are Now I'nilrr Article llnrt-lliinrnlinn 1'lnnco In Explained. CURES GUARANTEED CHARGES LOW After unlimited palaver there Is a real probability that Jeffries and Iluhlln will come together within the ropes. George Slier who will referee tho go glvce the fol lowing review ot the negotiations "Last Jan uary everything looked rosy for the glen s of the ring to contest for the championship In Cincinnati, but the Ohio state author). les took a band in the game and had no dlffl culty lu convincing the court that rrt e fighting was a nuisance. That ended flghi proceedings between Jim and Gus for ih- time being, but Billy Madden, determlcel to have his protege. Kuhlln, take a whirl out of the champion, has persistently k-p after Jeffries to Inveigle him Into a match. To accomplish this Madden, with Iluhlln and his colored heavyweight. 'Denver Ed' Martin, traveled from New York to San Francisco by easy stages, and was ie warded by arranging details with Billy De laney for a battle with the champion. Arti cles similar to those drawn up for the.r Cincinnati meeting were signed, San Frtn clcco clubs notified to bid for the contest, and I was selected to referee the mill." In explanation ot tho calling eft of ths Hart-Hanrnhan fight, which was to l:av taken place befbre the Southern Athletic club at Louisville, Manager Grays says: "I was deceived regarding Hart's c-ndl-tlon by John Burns, his manager. That Is all there Is to It. We have bocn stating continually that Hart was In splendid ihop and ready to box for his life, when we were Ignorant of facts. Hart Is out ot the pug! llstlc game for some time. Sick tor nrre than a week, he kept 'under cover." and de clared he never felt better. Burns Insisted that Hart was In perfect condition, and as late as 11 o'clock Wednesday night tele phoned me that Hart was all right. At the came time he warned me not to b-lleve any statements that Hart was In trad rbaps. He said these stories emanated from malic ious ources. Rumors began to reach us that Hart was very sick, and upon Investi gation we fount, that he was not enly to sick to fight, but that h would not be able to enter the ring for some months. As a consequence, we were compelled to call the bout oft." 'Tlaylng much golf thuse line daysV was the question put to a member ot mo Country club, who was enjoying the cool south brcete on the club house veranda. "Oh! Yes." was the reply. "Have to keep my eye and hand In and try to win out In some of these handicap games tor cups and things. "What about golf form, did you ask? Well tnat Is what sometimes set me to thinking In relation to the ultimate out come of golf In the middle west. Here we arc. i new club with but ft few old-time players, and the beginners ore naturally dependent for Instruction upon those who know how, they must go it blind nnd trust to Providence ond a good driver to win out. Those 'Must to Providence' piajcrs are more numerous than one would imagine nnd it you know anything about golf as it should be played In good form. It will Interest you to watch a few of tho play ers and take notes. "Don't know much about golf form? Well. Just watch that player over there at ihe tenth tee nnd sec him drive. He Is one of the "T to I" men and you will notice that bis address to the ball Is rather stiff and awkward, and did you see that 'pull back' of the body after he struck the ball, thereby throwing his weight on the right foot Instead of following through nnd land ing on the left foot. He sliced the bnll and can't rasslbly help It owing to his style of driving or rather want of style. "Golf Is like many more games. A good player may have a particular style or form of his own. but If he has learned the game In his youth, he learned the true form first and then when he became proficient adopted n style of his own. Give mc a man with the long back swing with the driver and the clear 'follow through and I will bet you golf balls to marbles that he Is a good player. Jlnrd 'Work la Puttie. "New clubs are starting up all over tho country and. If the players are not prop erly Instructed In the art of using clubs for different tees, the time will be when we will have more poor players than good ones. This everlasting swatting at the ball often with the wrong club, Is not golf and tends to demoralise the player. To play properly one has to have Intelligence In tho use of club, a good eye and norvo. Ho must not only be able to play the loug game, but must be able to get out of difficulties quickly and without undue pen alty. If he makes a poor stroke he must have the power ot discernment to under stand what the trouble Is and be able to avoid the same grief In the future. "Why 1b It that some players have no trouble In placing the ball In a straight line with the hole on a short or long annroach shot while another player will slice and pull the ball to all eternity slmnly because the first doesn't follow- through and is thinking more about dls tance than direction. "One swallow never made a summer, Is true, and It is equally true that a good drive from the tee never won a match. Accurate even play Is to essential to the winning of a ga'me that the player who falls to make good approach shots can never expect to win out. A player should juoge distance with care, follow through well and half the battle Is won. Then in putting there are so many who fall down on the green that all their former good play Is nullified, and the hole lost. "I am a great believer In the straight pendulum motion of the putter whlla play lng either an approach put or putting for the hole. Get the head of the club directly behind the ball and follow through without any cut or pull, and tho Btroke will tell This circular motion with the putter before striking tho ball Is a losing game. nintnncr Not Sole Factor. "What I should like to see In new play crs la a more constant endeavor to play carefullv. accurately and In good torm rather than nn effort to go after the ball with the one oblect In view distance. certainly Is a fine, exhlleratlng sensation to see the "gulty" fly straight through the air I!f. or 230 yards, but how many can drive eighteen times ns the crow files Tractlce makeB perfection, and It should be remembered that golfers are not made In a day. and I have a feeling deep oown somewhere that the real thing Is a born golfer. "What wo should all do Is to get to cether and neslst our neighbors who are perhaps, our 'golphlc' Inferiors, and let them try to emulate the best there Is In the came, The youngsters growing nround us are the material from which the best players are made, nnd If we allow them to run wild, they win surety ne line an unweeded garden grown to seed, nnn w will forever regret that our boys or ou clrls were not trained up In tho wny they ought to have rhiK'd- Du' on tDe olhcr hand, If careful coacning, enromnca wun in telligence on the part of the player, pro duces something good, then wo can look Lack with pride at our bandiworK. The success of tht dott.irs of 'he Stnte Electro-Medltal In t tute l-n been ss pronoun'el that m t-.v doctors nnd self-styl d Sp' M st nre trying to copy their metlm' They even copy bodily their rr- d leal announcements. Iet n it- -be deceived by Ignorant lnvtitn . or false pretender?, for thtlr orig inal and successful tpvciul trent ment for diseases of men ca:i be had only ut ISO Kamam Street Omaha, Neb. It Is their skill f e cial original system of tmunvnt Unit cures men to stay c:red n not thPlr medical nnnouncem "Us and writings. We want every nflllcted man o honestly Investigate our spo lai Electro-Medical system nnd treat ment. v invite In particular nl. who have treated clewhcre with out eucrrsB, and all those vh s cases have been nbandoned by family physicians nnd so-cal.el experts. We will demonstr te ti yur entire satisfaction thnt we can cure you safely, quickly mid permanently Our counsel wl 1 co t you nothing, and our chnrge for n perfect cure will not be more thn i you will be willing to pay for U e benefits conferred We will do you ns we would want you to do to MASTER SPECIALIST. us If our cases were reversed. Certainty of cure Is what vvu w.mt Wo ran and will cite you. by permission, to ome r the hist cllltetis of this city w! ;n we have cured nnd mnde happy, nnd who will cheerfully vouch for our tlminun t.s well n professional standing. URDIPnnCi' CVnder cur Electro-Me Men! treatment tins insidious in-nse rapio I BnlUUbCLCly disappears, l'aln eases almost Instantly Th- i .... N ..f vtas nnnt blood are driven from the illluel veins and nil soreness nnd swelling quickly subside Evcrv Indication of vnrlcoiilc toon vanishes, and In Its stead conies tho pride power and the pleasure of iierle-t licnllli .mil rvstored tiiiinliiiiul, What e have done for them we can do for yo... tTJin.llB Our Electric -M"illcul treatment dissolves ihp stricture com OlnluiUnC pletclv and removes evry obstruction from the urinary pus sage, nllnys nil Inflammation, stops overv tu miturul discharge, reduces the prostrate Kluml. cleanses at.d heals the bladder and kiUl eyv. Invigorates the kcmikI ornuns nnd restores health and soundness to cut) imri of llir ln.d iinooted l Hie iiu- n PIC. nfillTHPinllP til fl"n nni?nil Our spermi torm Ot liiecinr..MurBi irvni- UUlf I HUtUUiJ Ui-U 'U rUI 'I'll mem for this dlete is prm-iic-niiy wir re sJlt of our lite work, and l ltulurs. 6 b the best physicians of this and foreiK'i countries. It contains no dangimus drugs or injurious medicines or any Kinn it ocs to the very bottom of the disen-e nnd forces out every pnrucie oi rai'ur ij loon every sign and symptom disappear. completely nnd forever. The lilood. trio tlKKUe the flesh, the boms nnd the wh"l- system are cuanseo. punnea boo irKiuri-i o perfect health, nnd the patient pnp.irij imew ror tne aiiiien aim i'iuir ui mt KEfiVO-SEXUAL DEBILITY 0.: Wf Ik falling nnd will noon be lost unless yo.i do (.omethllig for yourself rhere Is no time to lose. Impoteney. like all sexual disinses, Is never on the standstill. With It you cun make no compromise. Either nu must master It or It will mnster you. ami All ur whole future with misery and Indescribable woe We have trented so m.tny cuses of this kind that we nro an fiimllla- with them ns you tire with the very day light Once cured by us you will never again be bothered with emissions, drnlilH, pre lum irencNs, small or weal: organs, nervousness, falling memory, loss nf nmbltlon r other Hvmptoms which rot) you ot our maunoou nnn nosoiuioiy unui you iur fiwi,. i.ii.'i.,.,. Ml.mnri. nr tniirrincr Our treatment for weak men Will correct nil h..Mo viu nnd r..ton vou to what nat'irr Intended a halo healthy, happy niun, with Ili Irnl, tiirntnl nnd nexiutl pim rr t'limiilctr. rjCCl CW nicCICCC Many nllmrntH nre reflex, originating trom oiner ms IfCrLCA UloCHdkd Henscn For instance, sexual weakness sometimes comes from Varicocele or Stricture, Innumerable blood and bone dlsenses often result from contagious blood t.ilnts In the system, or physical nnd mental decline frequently fol low Impoteney In treating diseases of an 5 kind we nlwuyn remove the origin wo cure tne cause, nnnnr' nrtbinCUnZ One personal visit Is always preferred, but if you enn uUnnbOr(JnUI.I1w not cull at our ofllce, write us your nymptoms fully. I Cilll ODUTOAOT Riven to nil pntlents to hold for our promises. Do not LCUHL uUnlfiAwl not cnll today write nnd describe your trouble. Office Hours-From 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays IOa. m. to I p. m. STATE ELECTRO-MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 1308 Farnam St,, Between I3tn and 14th Sis,, Omaha, Neb KID COMES TO LIFT THE CUP I'rldr of Contrary 1 Lnunelied at Mniin n llmt Tho lleatx Out of Three. The mntest between the Kid and Andover, which began on Lako Manawa yesterday marks the beginning of pretentious sallboa racing in this vicinity. The fleet of a half doien eightccn-footcrs on Manawa th summer has made as good marks as any thing of Us class on any water. Andovt in conceded to be the best of the lot an as such Is well qualified to uphold local honors In the race with tho St. Joe catboat The Kid arrived Friday from Lako Con trary and was successfully launched the same day. Its crew will consist of W T. Van Brunt, owner. J. H. Van Brunt, A B Stoneg and James Bradley. Dickinson owner: Clark. Sadler and Wallace will man Andover In the three beats. The races will not In any respect be test between boats of a class, ns the con testants ore on entirely different designs. The visiting yacht has a heavy advantage In sail area, carrying over 100 feet more than Andover. The local boat has a deek length of twenty-eight feet, however, with a six-foot beam which gives it the advan tage of the Kid, whose deck length Is but eighteen feet. Tfle handsome challenge cup presented by tho motor company was placed on ex hibition yesterday. It Is of beautiful de sign, standing two feet high. On the bowl Is engraved a scene representing two yachts in full s All. On the lid Is a figure of a cuptd holding in its extended hand a wreath. The cup 1b of frosted silver and Is gold-lined. rEAK, WASTING, S miCTURED MEN Cured While You Sleep, IN 15 DAYS! 19,846-CURES LAST YEAR 1 9,846 'B VUtsr It ImstbBtlr fUlioTad and tha Obstraotion Dissolved Lik Snow B.Bcatk tk Sam-IN FIFTEEN DAYS. 1 Lrloocal Is Cured and Weak Mas Ara Restored by tba Ma,gio St, James Traatasaat Appllad Locally aad Dlractly te the Affected Parts. BY MAIL CM BE USED bi tsi PsTltlT HOME TREATMENT as SUCCESSfUUT IS Bf OUlSElVtl. "GrntwOolTeat" dlolve Mrlcttire like snow beneath thr onrea iTAIUCOCliXB and ENLAHr.ED PROSTATE, and atransthena the Seminal Jct, stepplnsr dralua and etulaalona IX FIFTEEN HAYS. No drafcTB tu ruin the atomnoh, but a direct local aad poaltlre applica tion tu the entire urethral Jraot. Itery sufferer fiom Stricture, and tho offspring, Varicocele, I'rostatltls and Seminal Weakness, should write to the St. James Association, ffi St. James Building, Cincinnati. Ohio, for v. itl..o.. .-rrr .hnvtnr th. ,inrt. nf fhft HumfLn AVStpm Involved In Urethral Ailments, which they send to male applicants, securely wrapped In plain package, prepaia. FREE FREE TREATISE COUPON St. jamas Aocltlcn with your nun and tvdarws plainly written, wbtn they will atnd you a copy of their exhauatva treatise accurately llluetrated In half-tone, showing the parte of the male system lnvolyed tn Urethral Ailments. ST. JAMES ASSOCIATION, I,d,n" Please Bond to mo a copy ot your Complete Illustrated Work upon tho Male Sexual System, e- 1 Name curely sealed, PREPAID, FREE of ALL CHARGES 1 Address CONSULTATION' AND 1CXAMINATIOW FIICB. ST. JAMES ASSN. 62 ST JAMES BLOG., CINCINNATI, 0. TROPHY IS DOUBLES AWARDED Young md Caldwill Win Tennis Honors Despite ficarj Handicap. INTERSTATE TOURNAMENT ENDS SEASON .Vt-lirnaKii, lovvn, Knnaua nnd MlNamirl Art' Invltnl tn Purtlripnt t- for Valiiulilc Prize nnd Intrr atntf Clinmplonnlil,, The fiercest striiKgle In tennis witnessed in Omaha In many a year occurred last week. In the city championship doubles at the Athletic association courtB. Young and Caldwell had won their way to the finals In spite of a heavy handicap of owe thirty. Austin nnd Clarke wero equally successful laboring under a handicap of owe fifteen. The match was to have bocn two in three, but the first two went to Young and Cald well without difficulty, 6-1, 6-3. The win ning players thereupon, out of lovo of sport nnd lust ot tlghilng, suggested that tho match be made beet three tu five. Thlb generosity almost cost them the match. Austin and Clarke took a wonderful brnco In the next two setB and carried off both, the score stondlng S-C. 2-6. The fierco play came In tho fifth and deciding set. Uoth Young nnd Caldwell had been bentrn by Austin In the singles and were out for blood. Clarke, who has never given particular attention to this branch of athletics, surprised tho gallery by his aggressive, accurate play. Caldwell caught a smashed ball between the eyes and vvas temporarily Incapacitated for duly. Tho games mounted to -l-I, 0-3, and finally G-2, Young and Caldwell taking the decid ing set. The uvsoclatton nent Its tennis team to Sioux City Friday night In an effort to DR. McGREW (Age 52) SPECIALIST In the treutmrut of all forma of Dla rates and Illaordera of Men Only, 24 years' exitrrl nee, lf yrara In Omaha VARICOCELE AND HYDROCELE A permanent cure guaranteed In less thaa 10 das, wlihout cutting or pain. CTDIPTIIDP cured In less than I day OI fill' I UilL without pain or hlndrunca from business. Kidney and bladder diseases. CYDUIIIQand all Blood UlseaseB cured OirnlLlJby a treatment which Is far more fcatlsfaitoiy and successful than "Hot Spring treatment, and at lens than half tne cost All breaking out and signs of the disease disappear at once. A cura that Is guaranteed for life. fHCD On (Ifin cases cured of ncrvou UVCn ZUiUUU debility, loss of vitality and MANIIOOD. bashfulness, Olect and all unnatural weaknesses of men. Lurre Cinirrt 11K-1 il. Luiiaultattloii I'rae, CHARGES LOW. Treatment by mall. P O Ilnx 7M. Office ove' ZIL South 14th street, between Farnam and Uouslas Sis. OMAHA. NEy. Raymond brothers of Lincoln, and Farns vvorth of Giand iBland, are expectud. from their recent showing, to make up tho most dangerous antagonists on the lists. Tho athletic association will be crippled by the absence of Austin, who will not havo re turned from tho cast before the tourney Soldlrra Ilefrnt Pnekrra. The ball team of Company E, Tenth in fantry, ratt the South Omaha team on Fri day. The soldiers w on easily, 27 to 16, Dt terles. Soldiers, Slmeron and Dorun, Sou h Omaha, Earper, Devany and Catper oarry off the honors In the tourney now being carried on there. The Omaha ropre- opefB- scntatlvifc are Mrlntyre, Hill, Ilennott, ! Term of foment. Caldwell nnd Klumpp. I The announcement of the tournament Is Trunin Ilfvlviil Mimlfco. I given out as follows: Thn RKnrintlnn nunirmni During cnilvnl week, ending September The association management Is much J4 tlie Cimhn Amateur Athletic ussoelutlon pleased with the progress raaje In bringing will hold h teni.ls tournament In both sln tcnnls again Into prominence and believes 1 plea and doubles, open to nil residents of thnt next vmr thi. rum. u-ill ih- M-h Nebruekd, Iowh. KunsnH and Missouri, nat next tar tne game will pass the high The d Ue , hlnKl,, coimlstH of a tide of popularity which It reached In 18&3. ! handsome silver nip valued at .donutert On more local tnnrnnmiint u-lll ). Dlimn hv Ilrown A llnralii-lm. to be won two COtl- wlch It is intended, shall determine the , nutlv,, 7", '',li,,t,,,r,,,I,l','lsde;ron,d trophies In .lng lea itlirt doubles, equally at-tiac-llve. will uIho be given. F J. III!. 1210 Harney street. Ims charge of the entries Drawing" fr Hie first round will l held Rcptt-mber 11 I'luy beg In a nt ii a m und 2 p in a h day Tho rontt'.t will bo gov t. -i I' ti,r rUcs f the National I, awn Tctiiils iiAvooidtlon, and owing to the low r.iii s in an ranrfiaa during the wwk It is championship of the states of Nebraska Iowa, Kansas and Missouri. Various play ers from each Btate have evinced a desire to enter and about twenty-five nre ex pected to begin the contest. The Nebraska men who carried off the honors at the Sioux City tournament have been sent an especial j Invitation and several have accepted. The j t xj e' ted that tho entry list will be lurji.