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Till? OMAHA DAILY BTJK: TUESDAY, ATJOUST C.' 1902.
OMIU LANDS TOE LAST ONE Tied Garni nf Dm idolneg Eria a Victory for lourlita. liOrrtR'S SLANTS EASILY STRAtGHTtNED Twelve tafXtea Gathered ky a Horn Tram Dairlan Ik After earn. TVfclla ladertakers Get fcwt Pavaav : Omiht pulled on (ont out f tb mlr rhea .t had become a rather threatening fcog Vy defeating I Moines U tkt Hut gam of th series Monday, 8 to 8. Th wy th bos batted to do It sounded Ilk promts of mora Victoria to com bow. H u "Pet" HotTer, too, whoa thsy so ever lastingly lambasted, "Fat" doe mot look tba part of hi nam at ail and h ear talnly wa set treated aa such a cognomen deserves. . Twelve blia u what bpps9d to him, and four of them ware big ones. Emphasis wa lent the punishment by the fact that moat of the batting waa done by tb players who are a ear the botteui ef the N.tuag average column. Ed Hick mad fcocd in bl aew position ef second In the balling order br siaklng a doubl aed the tingle. The two hits, br th war, cored the fir it thre runs, on la th third And two U ti fifth aad It looked for Yea Innings a if llickey had certainly won tb cam. Th Undertaker only had one ran. vhiek they took la the Brat a two singles aod a error by Tear. Along la tb savantb they took another;, on a slagl and a error toy Hlckey, aad tb three tall! tl!l looked rood. But tb Rangers eouida't resist rub Itng It In, for It wa eerUlnly their turn, o la th eighth they poled out tv kite, half of then twe-eacksrs, and soorad tbr run mora. Dn Moines scored again la the ninth, bat only once, Warner' thr-bn ger putting; him wbar he came In aasUy en th ball -which Backol batted alow to Stewart. ? Pear Oaabla Play. First Baseman Pear- U th flrat Omaha wan to execut unaided a double play en the Vinton fitraet nark rrnu side thla as on. Th irirk bat been dope -only one before abd then, by aa unusual coincidence It was accomplished by a Do Moinea player, Flrat Baeeman Wllaon, at the ex pense of Messrs. Dol&a and Stewart ef th Omaha team. That was a awlft By bait frora Ac' bat to Brit base, however, catchtfif Jo off the bag. It wa on May 17. Teaterday Fear had a differeat propo altlon. With Warner on Brat In th seventh Burg batted a bouncer down th line, and iWsrner thought h would go on to second. Then fed changed Ms mind, but meanwhile Fears had secured th bail, aod touched blm a he wa reselling for th bag. Then Fetey- arrived and Fears, also tagged the midget. It was 'th lllin Brtt batsman's unusual day all around. He batted a triple aad a two-bagger and; mad two . luscious rrori. Umpire Abbott bad tiro or thre clashes with Des Moines players, but tber was nothing dolor for Joe Qulnn. ' Abbott la a quiet fallow who Simply shakes his head, and that settle It.. Net a mease or even a smothered curt has been his quota In two games and thee thing war so com mon with those- other more diminutive umpires,.. It-has been learned that Bex ton sent him out aa much becaui he Is bl enough to whip-any man In tb league 'as - because he Is a good, steady keaded Judge of a baa ball situation. - Today Omaha plays In Pes Msine and tb team, will lu)txrsturBiuneU. August 11, playing In Peoria, Milwaukee, St. Joseph and Kansas City besides oa this trip. Oentns was In the gam again yesterday, . limping soma still, and is In shape to take 'the trip. There were 1,500 people out for . th goodbye game. Score: OMAHA. : AB. n. It A. a i i 1 . t ' i Carter, rf., ...,., I Hlckey, Jr 1 Oenins, cf ....... ...... ..4 Fiona, If ,.... Jiolan, ea.. ,....8 He wart. tb.. ,. . Pears, lb 4 Gondlng,. c. ..... 4 JJrowo, p .4 Totals Si II H 11 PES MOINEB. AB. R. H. A. 0 Clark, cf...Y, Qulnn. b.... O Ury, aa Yiavla, Xb... vrur, rf., 4 ejntit4ii 4 -.4 W.V-."- aP . - JcKof, if lxi bet-K, Hotter, p .4 .4 .4 .8 Total U 9 0 U 1 S 4 Omaha 0 0 Kolhea ,..,...,..1 i0 Itl 0 I Earned runs f Omaha, 1; Des Moines, 1. Two-baa iilte: liinkey. Fears, Uomting. Thr-b4 tit'.t: Pears, Warneir. rvo.cn- fce hit: Dolan. Stolen baaes: in-own (.), Carter (3), lackey, Oondlnir. First base on C'i Jlu.Vr, 2. t'-ruck out: If l)rov.rt. It by ilofrar, i. Left on beses: Omaha. 8: Dos Motives, C Double Maya: Fear (unassisted;;' burg to Uulna to 3avls. Time: l.ii. Umpltel Abbott, Balats Knock Keaaa at. MILwAUKtB, Arg. Joseph won today's same with euee by knocklna Kenna cut of the Ikx la- thre ImiltijjS aliti tiie total of ten run. Al'.ecdavnct), &. b- ''e: B.H.i;;. ft. Joaei h .... I I T I M I I 0-10 11 0 Milwaukee ... 00010-lJ7 taitorioa: rt. Juowfh, Citlurt and Tv. ii ; Miiwuk, Fruketi. Tboraiua and Luvia. peavtr Ksotki tiaataat Oat. COlRADO 8FF.INC-9, Aug. t-Denvaf knocked tiaton out ot trie box In the flrat two InniMKa today, securing a wimUiig Uad. M.'.Ncrlv v,aa tm tiu but could Out lisad tlie xiattvta ot. tVvr: nir.E. renvee ;.. t 4 1 1 1 0 B-ii ii 4 Coio. X?rutf... Q 0 1 I 9 1 0 0- 8 4 1 alatterlea: Colorado tsi.iMi(j, Oaaton, Mo- 1 1 a , jr - w Faware ef Impure unl adul teialc.l lvia"S 6urltg hot weather. A girt n.n people lBor from poison In this way each umur. , V guarantee tli at Ooid Top bottled bear Is abeolutely pure not only that but Its a splendid summer touts. Jetter DrcY.inCo. So. Ciuaha. ftch, 'thib L . Omaha OfTlce, 'Phone 1U2. LIE MiCKILl.. Wbi loesle Fxaler. 1011 Vain, Co. Lauii. 'Phone J. Ef.sY r..;:Y!i ICfXiPorsTrn iuj.0oJ .14 lia BMkoa -M tr our aura an4 aara aj,'m at turf tnv.a-E'1 a,U'!T aa ataa I It t a. ri:m tu u ... lit l..n,l,4 I'IT ').. Ttui , 1- liat O-.S t I 1 Newly arid BaerwaJd; Denver, Lempk and jnct.onneii. Oames reetpaaed. At Feorte Peorla-Kanssa Cltr ram post poned; rain; two game Wednesday. taadl.s f .e Teaaae. Flsvd. Won. Itct. V.C.. Omaha fc M M .01 Invr M M 7 . .Vllwnk 4 M M .MS Ktnan City 43 41 .KM B. .aph fiS 4t 4J .611 Cnlorarto Bprlnss .. S7 44 4-1 Ia Molnta M M M .f4 Fraria M 14 W .Ui Osina todav: Omaha at Ta MolnM. KanKBa City at it ienver. Proria, Colorado Pprlnss i GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE Lla - Defeata eetw ta flavea- laalaa; Cawtest, Rata Iatrfr lc with th Flay. ' BOSTON. Atir. 4 t Iule haat 'Rnatoii In a svn-lnnlnt same, erorlna a solitary run. Frtlllant Oaillng ty Carney, who threw Ursnhear cut at the plate, saved Boston from a worse dereat. Currle had the Boston batters at hie tnarrv. Rain stopped the game at the end of the sev- ST. LOrts. I BOSTOJ. mho. a. a. i H.oaa Prahr, lb. ( 4 I'n.e af ' k 1 a ;ptar, t.'., Kl'-tenla, 1k.. t 4 tTw, lb-. e 9 e I f i! t Smoot. ef.... f 114 e raatar,. tt.... M.ir. If... 1 tK'.rn.r. rf..i 4 n. e i i e rrr.ii, ... "-, a... 4 t t I lurtntaa. . 4 4 i I 1 irm'f'r, 4 1 Lit meet, lb,. Lone, M . . . .. 4 xoran. a..... Kaaaa, f-... 11 Br, I 1 Carrie, p.... 1 I l Tvtalt ... I tt S 1 TeUla I tM IS Meraa out: hit by batted ball, nt. Louia o Boston 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 MMliM EXnibla tilara: Dexter to Tennev. Lena to Tenney, Farrell to Braahnar, Carney to Moras, Baa aa balis: Off Kaaun, 1; off Currle, 4. Struck out: By tason, 1; by uania, a. iui4i i:za, empire ; urvwn. Hew Tavls Laaaa Another. rTcW TORK, Aug. 4. The local players lost another gam to th Flttaburg cham pion here today by a acore of ( to 7. Costly mislays war made by New York and McUlnnlty hit three batsmen, on iil h two occaalnne a run foliJWL New York made a rally In the ninth Innln. scoring four runs off of live hlta. tnU thre wane inaulflrlant to offset the lead of the champions. Attendance, l.tuo. Bcorei - PITTSBt'BO. NIW TORK. tt.H.O.A.S l R.H.O. CUrt.. If ... 14 14 SlRrawaa, H. t t S Boumolli, of 4 a e iMeurir, aa. . 1 1.1 la tah, lb..,, i t 4 4 IjKma'b't, a. 4 4 J i I aaa, rf... 1 4 MHUbl- IKi. t 14 1 tiuil U, la. li. la. 1 1 11 4 1,1 ' J". . '. I 4 4 t 1 i lirawa. ef.... 4 14 4 dinnar, t-Jon.i It 4 4 14 4 (jeitrer, Laular. ... 1 I s 4 e OXonnar. I.. I I I I a Km'ih. tb.... I I I I Pbimapt. 441 ;w.')lnltr, a 4 1 1 1 : , t --lWaU 4 4 Totals ...I tint ti - I Totals ... TllflU 'Batted for McOInnlty In the ninth. Pfttshurg I 9 110 61 1 New York t 1 1 4-T Flarned runst New York. 1: Flttsbura. 1 First base a errors: Mew York, t; Fltts burs;, 1. ttit on bases: New York, T; riuptiurg, t. First baae on bails: Oft McUlnnlty. off PhlUitml. 1. BUuck out By MoUlnnitv. 1: by Fhllllppl, 4. Threo bftte bits: MoQann, Clarke. Two-base hit: Clarke. Stolen banes: ' McOann, lAuder. Clarke, McGraW (2), Wanner. Htt by pltohed ball: MoUlnaity tS, Balk, Phll- urpi.. cuipire: tumaua. him; . sm , BROOkLYN, Aug. 4.-Brookiyn defeated Cincinnati by t to 1 toflay. Each aide made a rurt In the first tnnlnir. but' there was bo further scoring Until the Utter half f the aaventh, wlwin the borne players got two more runs on three elngles. a aacrl fai tMia' ytimhla nt Farrell'a bunt, The bltchlns- bonora were' about aorualle divided. 'Moor: . . - PBOOKLTM. I CINCINNATI. K. HO. A.B.I M. HO. AS. Ibookard. M. 4 4 I 4 ( K.IK If .:. 4 4 4 4 4 mart rt.... a s a K-ir, ie.. a i vita. ef.... 414 frawtord. rt. 1 1 1 4 tahla. ... 14 4 1 of. 4 1 kanNll. a.... lilt I Plata. tb....,4 (III Vix:rrv, lb 4 1 11 4 40oroorttn, aa. 4 4 t I Jr-aln. lb.. 4 4 4 1 alw.lnrdt, Ik, j I I I rioo4, lb.... I I ( ljPoal, ?..... 111 Hasbas. ... 4 4 4 1 SiBarg.n. a.... 4 t I 4 b.n. 4 41 'Hi.lnrdt, tb. lb.... I liPoal. p.,... p... 4 4 4 1 Barn, a.... ToUls .u I tiiUl ToUls ... 1 114 11 I Brooklyn ....' 1 4) O.0 I 0 - Cincinnati ...... I 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 Karned runs; Brooklyn, 1. First on er rora: ClncitinatJ, 1: Brooklyn, . Left on base: Cincinnati, 7. Two-base hit: DaU len. Three-baa hlti pahlen.. Stolen baae: Kewler. Dnubla play: Floor to McCreery. tacrine hits: Farrell. Irwin. First on balis: Off Hue-nee, 1; off Poole, L Struck out: Br HuKhea, 1; by Poole, L Attend anoe, 1,800. Time; l;ts, Umpire: Lynch. White Weakens la Twelfth, PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 4. White weak seed in the twelfth Innlnsr today and Chi cago made sit hits. Including a double and a home run, ecorlng five runs. Up to that time th game had been a pitchers' battle. Attendance, ,Zvi. Score: CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA. ft.K O A B I R.H .O A B. J-ioee, rf-..j.' 14 4 4 Thotnaa. f.. 1 I I 4 & If-ef. 1114 v wa.tr't a. lb. 1 I 1 I I Chanoe, lb. 1 I 14 4 4 Barry, rf 4 4 14 tiohtM, (.... 4 iJannlma, lb. 4 111 1 Wnnama. 11. 4 1 4 4 4 Kru, lb 4 14 4 tinaar, a.... 411 C,Loo;n, q 41144 Leae. Ib.. (ill (tjnoui'a. It.. 44141 kiii. a i I I I 4 r!viwitl, aa. 4 4 4 1 f baaror, is. s r r s a I Ta;lur. p.... 1114 ToUla ... I 4 M M I Totale 1 14 N 11 Cri'.cago 000000010001-7 I hlladelphla 10000000000 0-1 Earned rune: Chicago, I; Fhiladcl;hla, . Two-baa hit: . Taylor. Three-baae hit: Woiverton. Hctne run; Cliance. Sacrifice MU: Blali, Woiverton. Stolen baaes: Schaefer, 1 horn as. Left on base: Chi cago. 10; Phllaarjphla, .. Flrat base on bfels: out: ua Taylor, i: on wnite, s. etruric aylo out: By Taylor, li by White, a Pasatd balls: Dooin, Time: 'US. umpire: o Day. Ctaacia f th Teaiuaa. - yed. Won, Iost. P.C. 83 6S .7T,9 1 60 41 .Bi in . 4S 40 Mi M I 4S 40 .6.8 89 41 ' 4 .4 85 . 89 4 .4 i 89 M 13 ,4'4 ba U U .M Plttshurr Iirooklya 11 f'rttcao , a.,,., 8H Foston 81 fcl. Louis ......... V inciiiriau FhiiaiVlg-hla ...... Mew lora Onmti today: Bt. Loirls at Bosten, Pitts burg- at New York, Chicago at lhlladol- puiav, Clacinnatl at liruuaiu. Af. r-rto s M LEAGUE GAMES it. Loals Takes Aaather front Baltt- saor Wlthoat Betas Paehe4- ET. IX5UI3, Aug. 4 Bt. Louis took an. otler same from Baltimore today without boing puaiied. The vial tors Bnade the ettiii number or hits aa 4 tie noma team ana ore lens error, but their work In the field was declde.lly cflC color, lack of headword prov ing CmnagUig. St. Lou! bunched Its hill on wiiiiH. iiemphiu s Uilve ever ths riht fH fence was th featura. Attendunua, I.wa ecu re: If. Lorrs. BAtTiyong. ?.b?.O.A.S I ! I b a. u O.A.l tt. u siMvrarra. f. ,1 r), . 4 ,ioa-k. U .. 4 I viniiM. to. I Amdt, rf..., 4 I M.lior, lb... I a Mima, la. ... 4 t m,..,!!,' r.. i 4 i.iiwrl, aa... 1 1 Taea.r, a.... 4 liipi!)i, rf. 1 i aca-iaoa, lb -a,a, lb 1 1 11 of. i 4 1 4 -'(, aa. I I t V- , lb... 114 Ill ar.o 4 1 1 tttiauliaa, ,. S S 4 IWUlea. B TIs s s n is ii I Totals ... I 4 M T 1 Pt. I!UlS La.lL.inor , IMIIfHM ' OOOloiOvl-1 i:.irnil runs: St I,oula 8: Baltimore-L Tu-t lute: Anderoon, Hemplilll. Three bate hit: Mcfarland. Home run: Hemp, bill. . tlK'-ri'H His: Anderson, Hel-in.-k, Kahoa, br.tuh. lilt by pHt her: By litao, 1'attaca. t-'- -n baae: Vaiiacox Jtaafa on baiis; Off V'.:Ue. a. Btriko out: By Dona hue, 4; by VtH. a Left on busee: bt. Loi.la, 8: Beltliiiurs, T. Time: l.il. Um pires; CarruKiera aad Jvnaaton. Maasa tt'la Owa (iamt. CLKVFLAND. Aug. 4. With two out In the r'nih liming, Muor won his own game by driving in a run with a scratch sin a la. Alirnduucv, 3.0:1. bcors: CLSVifLAWD WA88I!0T1N. K a 0 A B I a M.O.A.B. Par. of 4 14 4 Hria, ef 4 14 4 4 t,.,r. lb., sill i tb.. . s ia.. o i a a no;:a. ... o lb... I 4 a l-.i.r. ty, lb. 4 a, lb. 4 f 14 4 keiater, rf .. 4 rt.. ... 4 4 14 i -in. lo,4 1 i .... . rl I: - U. 1 I 1 S II I ,r,w. aa. 4 4 4 'J I. aa 4 a .... I I I ' ink. .... klawa, S 4 14 4 OiOrtu. ....... Toiala ... I I 17 14 Totals ... 4 l-M 14 I T out a lien liming run scored. nv,.ii4 oooooo ii aaaiiigion 0 v 4 0 0 0 04 I -.r-vc-1 rur: "lovr' .vL 1 Two-baae bit: lej ie. bcrini a Int : Kvister. Muitn l ues: La Vile. lo an, ln-jb.o pin) a: hirad loy tn Lejwia, Utjuauor w Lajjie lm iiua- man. Ffrat raa on rJl: OfT Moore., l; POrth, 1. lilt bv pitched ball: Orth. 1. ft on baaea: Cleveland, 4; Wahlnorton, Birurk out: Br Orth, 4: by Moore, A Time: 1.22. empire: t) Xaughiln. Thleaa Win In Eleventh. CTfTCAfJO. Aua. 4-Chlcaro and Phila delphia fotislit a loosely plaed eleven-ln-nlri contest today. In which erora and tfta cut a great figure In tha run-rttlnr. l alft. a alnale and a terrific drive to center by Mcrts ei-ored the winning run. Attendance. l.ftiO. Score: chicaoo. i pHiutcn.rniA. a. r o a.i I a h o. a. a. trana. b... 14 11 tlHartaal, If... 1111 Jenea, M 1 1 4 4 P"l'. ef 1 1 I I 4 lran. rt.... 1114 biaiabnM. rf... 1 I I 4 O. ITia, aa. I I I tlx. l.la, lb. 1 I 11 I e btenaa, If.... 1 I 1 IU Croat, It, I I I I I I, ball. lb.... I 4 T 1 I WaiThT, tb.. 4 4 I S 1 t'lr. lb I S I I t'M t'roaa, aa. I 4 4 4 SuMirma. a... 14 14 ' (-lirerk, ... 4 14 14 Fl.'t, a 41 rMUrli.il, I 1 1 Orimtk, a.... 1 1 4 1 , Wllaon, .... 4 4 4 1 4 Totals ..."lUtl il Totala ..."t U 14 4 One out when winning run was scored. Chlcaro I I I 1 M II M M Philadelphia ...0 011001100 4-7 1 lft on baaea: Chlcaso. 10: FhlladelDhla. ti. Two-he hits: Sullivan, Mitchell, H. Iisvla. Hacrlftce hits: Griffith, a. Iavls, Fulls, Murphy, Hartsell. Stolen bases: Strang, Jones, Mortea, label), liartsell (2). out: By Orlfflih, I: by Mitchell, i; tor ! Wilson. S. Pawned ball: Sullivan. Flrat baae on bells: oft Piatt. I: off Ortmth, 4: off Mitchell, t; oft Wllaon, 1. Wild pitch: orlffith. nit oy pltchea Daii: ureen. Murphy, Time: 2:26. Umpire: Sheridan. ( Tsssg la Flae Foraa. IETTROIT, Aug. 4.-rYotinsr wss In tin form thla afternoon and pitched splendidly, filever, en the contrary, waa easy for Cap tain Collins' men, who hit him safely right times in th first three innings. Shortstop fciberfeid of the etrolt team alaued with Detroit for 1. ' Attendance, 1,6)17. Score: BOSTON. . DETROIT. R. H O. A I a. H O. A S. Dovihartr, 111 I I I OiHarler, If... 1 114 4 Onlllna, lb... 1 est K i oert 10, as. s 14 4jCaaar. lb.... 114 1 Barrett, ef... 4 114 Holraae, rt.. 4 111 l ltfc, lb... 4 till Oleaaon, tb.. 4 Skt M.O.lra. a... 44 tiBlarar, p 4 1 1 I 1 I t v 1 f 4 4 gtahl. t 1 Pi man, rf. 1 Parant, aa,.. La'h'aa, lb.. rmrla, lb.... t CYIr, a..... 1 Touos. 4 - . 1 Total! ... 4 11 IT IT l ToUls ... 1 I IT 14 1 Boston 1110010 0-4 Detroit 000 0 010 01 Threo-baee hits: Freeman, Crlger (1). Pucrlflce bits: rolllna, Yoilna;, ptahl. Stolen baaes: Colllna, I. Baaes on balls: Off 8 1 ever, 1; oft Young, 1. Left on bases: Detroit, t Boston, 0. Struck out: By felever, 1; by Young, 8. Time: l.aa. Um pire: Contiolly. Staaglaa at th Tea ma. Played. tv"on. Lost. P.C. Chicago M 49 8I Pt. Louis 4 47 17 .640 Boston ti 49 40 .5W Philadelphia 81 4S .BHl Waehlngton 87 41 - .471 Cleveland 89 40 49 .449 Detroit 82 39 46 . 444 Baltimore 7 87 BO .4 Games today: Washington at Cleveland, Baltlmoie at Bt, Louis, Philadelphia at Chicago, Boston, at Detroit. IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Klneteea Hlte OS Wewlla, Coapled . with Error by Mlaneapolla, Gives Taledo tha Game. MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 1 Nineteen hits off Newlin, coupled with six errors by the locals, gave Toledo .an easy game today. At. no time were the locals dangerous. Hughsy kept the hlta scattered and waa given good support. Attendance, 160. Score: TOLEDO. - , . MINNEAPOLIS. R.K.O.A.B ' K.H.O.A.B. Maaaar. rf-.. 4 14 cornea, ef..., 1 111 Hum., lb..,. I S I I C'L-il7. It 1114 4 Tum.r, lb... I 4 14 4 C'cmlaT, lb... 4 111 a a Ollka, cf ... Caiitb. tb... Snracek, lb, 4 11 111 4 11 I lira Moak, If.... vl.illllB, oa... 4 OraAaa, a.. Orant, lb. Huiber. a.. Kawlio, p. Touts ...14 11 U 8 Totala ... I I 17 11 Toledo 4 0 8 0 8 0 0 1 114 Minneapolis 1 01100008 Earned runs: Minneapolis 1: Toledo. 4. Two-baa hits! Wllmot. Grant, Mock, Turnt-r (3). Threev-base hits: Wllmot, Lynch. Wild pitch: Newllri. Bases on bans: orr. isewun, i: on nugney, a. rirue out By Newlin, 1; by Hughey, O.- Left on bases: Minneapolis, i; Toledo, IS Doubl plays: qulliin to Noavcea, Lyncn to cooiey. Bum to Turner. Stolen base: Cooley. Time: 1:30. Umpire: TlndilL Kerwla Easy Mark. '' MILWAUKEE. Aug. 4. Kerwln proved an easy mark for the home team today. Milwaukee won the game without much trouble. Louisville played a loooe game In the field. Th work of Pitcher Altrock In left field wa th feature. Attendance, IM. Score: MILWAVKEB. I LOUISVIIXB. I1BV11.L.C1. RH.OAB: ... 4 41 b... 1111 B.H O.A.B. Dunean. lb.. I I II s 'Kerla. M-Hrl1a. ef.. 1 g. hl.ba.-k. tb 1 Hallman, rf. I 1 I i Mnnner. lb. MUmd, lb... 1 I II 4 1 llMuurnoy, It. 4 1 4 4 S 1 ( lymar. a... 4 114 1 e;oJwll, ef... 4 4 4 ipchaub, lb... 1 I I I I 0ltiiea, e 11114 IlOannon. rt... 1114 Cltnifuiaa, aa. 4 Runkie, lb... AH rock. If... Spear, c 4 Uarbor, .... Total ... t 14 17 11 I Totals ...11114 14 I Milwaukee 41011000 7 Louisville 000010080-4 Earned runs: Milwaukee, 8; Louisville, I Two-bane hits: Dungan, Schaub. Dan iel, Barber. Three-base bits: Altrock, Dingan. Base on balls: ' Off Barber, 4. Wild pitch: Ilarber. Double plays: Cly mer to Oanzel. Altrock to Cllngman. Left cn tases: Milwaukee, 4; Louisville,- IL Time: 1:60. Umpire: Ebrlght. t. Paal Beats Colaaabae. ST. PAUL, Aug. 4. Columbus could not bunch their hits off Chech and the locals won a long drawn cut but interesting game: Attendance, 517. Score: ST. PAl'L. COUmBTJi. R H.O.A.B.I ' 8. H. O.A.I. Faraaaoa. lb. I 1 I C Hart. lb 1118 Shannon, ef.. 1 4 8 ;Waknr, oa., 1184 Luralay. rf... Mc-Frr, of. 1 I Haaama, lb. I I H 0 O'Hagaa,' lb. 4 4 rauihertr. Ill i I I Tarnar, tb... 1 I Kaller. lb... 1 I 11 I e Knoll. I 0 Knoll, If 1 Hurl.r, ..., 14 1 a HFndricka. rf 4 I Mama. aa... 4 4 8 1 llKuller, 4 4 4 4 4 4 taecb. p 4 14 4 tvMU-aiakln, s I'Vloa Totala I II 17 II 1 I Totala ... I II 14 I 1 Batted for McMakln In ninth. Pt. Paul 01001010-; Columbus 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 01 Karned runs: rtt. Paul, 1 Columbua, 1. Two-baae hit: Kellcy. Three-baae hits: Shannon, Turner, fiacrlflc hit: Lumiy. Ptoten basea: Hugglns (2), Dougherty, Hart (2). First baas on balls: Off Chech, 1: off McMackln, 8. Flrat base on errore: Columbus, 1. Hlt-by piubr: By Chech, Hart; by WMackln, Dougherty. Left on b : St. Paul, U; Columbua, 10. Struck By Chech. 4; by Mcilackin. 8. Tims: Umpire: Fltrgmeler. out: lid. Qames PostyaBed, At Kansas City Kansss Clty-Indlanap. oils gama postponed; ludlanapoUs failed to errivo. taadiaa ( th Teaass. Flayed. Won. IL rc lxtilsvtlle W v SI .rVJ Indianapoll VI t Ft. Paul VI ti Kanaaa City 80 4i Columbus W 44 Milwaukee to 41 Minnaapolia 81 14 ii 4) 4 41 47 87 6o .l-jj .J-Hi .4-4 .4 8 .! ToluUo 84 . U Games todayi Ixiuisvllle St Milwaukee, IrKiianapolls at Kansas City. Toledo at Minneapolis, Columbus at bt. Paul. Creiahtoa Defeated at Baado3h. RANDOLPH, - Neb.. Aug 4. Special Teirgram.) liy a e.ore of 4 to 8 the North east Nel.rska leaxue wa defealc-d today oy luanaoipn, wno noius sv.oiid vim-- a he game was conceded the best ot the aason hcra The fielding of Kinsel, Pates and Henderson were the features. Gilliam did perfect pitching for Randolph. Hits: Handwluh, 4; Creiahton, i. Hnne run Trelu. btruck out; liy GiUlani, 8: by VNelih. 8; by Heiidersun, 1. Latterlt-a: itenaoipn, uiinam and Bliaffer; Crrluhton Selch. Heuuiersou and Carrol L Luiplre, VGMIWIWII, Merth Platte Wlai Pals. NORTH FI.ATTR, Neb , Aug. 4 -(SpecUl Telegram.) 1 he Union Paclno team of this city won two limn from the blieiioa team toilsy. Thefce samea today iuke s-v-a stiaigrit sanies the locals t ve won. The ft-ature of totiay'a (amea was fhort s boine run aim two men on baM. 1 ho score In ths Drat gme sinod 8 to 1 and ths tn-onl I to t feaiiertes-. First same. North Platte, Teel and Ham; t-holiuii. Case and yuunotie; aetnuia Kauie, Alercor and bhott pKard, Case, tiratiie and Qulnietle. Teaala Players t loalett at Alaea IOWA FALLS, la.. Aug. 4 f Special.) Tha annual Hireling of the Nortimraiern Iowa lean it aas'iclation oM-ns at A Men to morrow and will to the bis tctima event in nuri&wraiern loss lias r. 1 ne tour nament cmtunuct tiiree das and aome tue boot utcis la lui aiil b la ailtud anoe. On tha 7th Farl F. Farnownrth, th rhamplou tonnla player of N-traaka, will meet 11. A. Tomllnaon of Allien, w ho IS rhnmplon of tiori h weatern Iowa, snd has held that title for five yeara. The con teele In the elnglea and dcuhles pror,ilee some of tha bet sport ever seen n a court In this part of the state. RYTHMIC AGAIN A WINNER Bllaa Tretter Rhowa Ppeea at Oraaa (Irealt Meettag la Beff ale. FT'FFAI). N. T., Atta-. .-Th fotirtTI week of the grand circuit opened at the Fort Erie track today with clear skies snd a fast track. Three races were decided, each In straight beats. In th 1:80 trot Pvthmtc; th Wind trot ter, wms favorite, 1&0 against the field 120. end when It came to racing It wss all Bythmlc. Both Directum Ppler and Johnny tried to beat the favorite, liut did not hav the speed. In winning Bjthmlo reduced his record from 1:11V to 1.0V Dan R. won the 1:08 pace tuat s flew. er;e. There was nothing in trie race that could eitend the sorrel pacer. Dan R. sold At VM against the field IW and was sl waye In front, fleers could not do much alth Fred 8. Wedarwood and new Klch- inind showed the beet of those behind Dan t. The latter' record was cut a second to 1:04 Y The 1:11 trot brousht out a hitt field of tedious de- eleven horses and there was lays. flan T. had the pole and also the speed, winning In three straight . heat, bard pressed by Border. Dan T. sold In ,the field, the flrat rooting being Hawthorne, l&o; Leoia, $.-; Lady Thlebe, 1M. - - The field. 111 A record was made, th nine heats decided giving tb fastest aver age of any day thla season. Summary I . 1.80 trot; putae, t,2no: Bythmlc, br. h., by Oakland Baron, dam Duchess (Hudson; .. Directum Pnler. b. h. (Kenn nney) '""" I ar) 14 1 fioan Wilkes, br. g. (Orear Johnny, b. g. (Johnson) , John Patterson, b, g. (Oeers) ....... 4 I ar da Time: $:. I:10V4. l:UVs, IK race; purse, 12,0"0: Dan ft., so. g , by Tssco, Jr., dam by Col. Hunt 8tahl) 1 New Richmond, gr. h. (Benedict).... 4 The Blahon, h. b. (W-Ueon) I Fred S. Wedgwood, ro. h. (Goers).. . I Captain Bphynx. b. b. (McLaughlin). 4 i Cheatnut. ch. g. (Brown) I da. Martha Marshall, ch. at. (Noble) da Time: 1.07V. 1X4 1:CE. 1:12 trot! purse, 11.000: . . Dan T.. b. g., ry Crawford, dam by , Hull (Mavllle) 1 1 Border, br. h. (Lydyard)...., 11 Belle Kuaer. b, m. .(Rites) I 1 Kuaer, D, m. .tiutes s s s Thisbe, blk. m. (Kennedy).... 14 4 Princes, b. m. (Snow)..., t i vsrd, br. h. (McDonald) , 4 f Oeraldln. b. m. (Noble) 10 t Lady Bed Prl Hamws Uaalhnrn, ro. m. (Hudson) 10 5 Leola, b. m, (3aundersl. .8 JW Tessle 8., b. m. (Btarr).. ... I 1 o Iva Dee, a. m. (r-pearj........ Timet l:UVi. 1:094, Ml1. ds. TAKE OFF DISQUALIFICATIONS Weatera Jockey Clah Oraata Maay Lloeases ta Mem Wks HsvS ' Bets Oat. CHICAGO, Aug. 4. At a meeting of th stewards of the Western Jockey club to day a number of disqualifications were re moved and nearly luO trainers, jockeys and apprentices were granted licenses. A num ber of applications for-reinstatement were passed to th next meeting of the board. An order was. adopted that all licensed trainers sgainst whom complaints have been lodged be notified that unlees forfeits be paid before September 1 the licenses will be revoked. . . . . . The list of officials submitted by th Kinloch Jockey club was spproved. Application for reinstatement of Jocky George Schlll wss referred to th Bt, Louis Fair association. . i rieeiirtattn rf tha following parson arid horses was removed: H. Chapoell, owner: ftenry neea, trainer; the homo Faney Rlaxea, Bonnie Maid, Lady Essex, Northland. . , William Kinchloe, trainer; ' th horses Lowry, Kenneth, Jr. ' I. w. O'Rourks, owner; th horse Egyp tian Frlnceea. Horse, Dandy ti, paoperty or, r. 4. f oa- "a .., BL oianey, propeT-xy ot a, foiwn. Owners and trainers: "M. 'Leigh, M. Mills, 'A. Stringer. - . Jockeys: C. BlairTR. Brewer, R. Oaylor. Racing , official ; XK," F Brueil. . . f Tronol Over Players. orders of Managor Powell, the police today refused admission to Hi. vrain. kvum ana Babb of the Memphis basa ball club, when they tried to enter Athletic park and there wa no gam this aftarnoon between Mem- his and New Orleans clubs. Unless th lfferences between the two manaaers ar settled none of the series of thre games 111 be played. Manager Fran said to night: "We shall day no game her unless St. Vrain, Evans snd Babb are allowed to take part. 1 have a telegram from presi dent Klcklln oated August 1 saying that all restrictions against my players has been withdrawn." Manager Powell said: "We refused to let the three players enter today because hey have been outlawed. Alter tne rul ing of the minor league association w do not prouose to play with them. To do so would be to run th risk of having our- t!v,i ontlawefl ' " OK for Flremea't Toaraaaat. FREMONT, Neb.. Atljf. H. (Special,) Th running Mem cf the Fremont fire depart ment left today to attend the tournament at Grand Isinnd. Tiio tui.iiers have been training for two month tinder in guid ance of George Howe, who had charge of th team In U0O and lJl when they won several prisaa. They are entered thla year for the hose races and coupling contests. The occupied a special ear on the Union pacific and were accompanied by a Dig delegation of enthusiastic rooter. - KaCoak Takes Oa at Alllaae. ALLIANCE!. Neb.. Aug.' 4. (Special Tel- egram.) Mccook takes a aeoond same from Alliance, acore: M cook 0 00 0 4 0 0 0 S-T 8 1 Alliance 1200000 1-4 It Vtatteriea- Mcfook. Jones snd Dnane: Alliance. Bell, O'Conner and Nioolo. Three baae hit: Core. Two-base hits: Doane, Jones, Gilbert. Umpire: Book. '. " "" , , Ckssgf Data af Tenala Tssraty. NRW TORK. Aua. 4 The lawn tennis doubles match in ths International tourna ment at toy F.:3?e will be p'ayed A'-'stiBt instead or Autuit l. as previously ar- ranaed. The committee announced th Chan tonlKht. Ail tb matciie will com mence at ( ou p. m. Bhaatlagr Tosraiatrst at Haaaptasu IOWA FALLS. la.. Aug. 4. (Special.) The Hampton dun club is to hold Its an nunl amateur shooting tournament In that city on August 7, the program for th oc casion Including fourteen events, the club auuuig i-.oo to aacs avoin. la Soathera Assoctatlaa. fihreveport, l Little Rock, 8. itrnilnKiam, 4; Atlanta, 4 tie. Nashville, I; Chattanooga, 8. Three-1 UaiaS, At Terrs Haute: Terr Haute. 8; Pav er port, 4. tt lilnomlnston Rloomlnston. 18: Rock island, u. A Uaa4 Thlasi far Mother. If she la tird out, sickly, run down. Else tii Bitter will give her new life or there' no charge. Try them. BOc, ..fir CATARRH GTOMACH iD JLLL STENCH TKC'JZLtt Mkm t cM2ipf4tt Cut of th Iiumc ViuUasf Ob Ui L J4tskCUa IDYSPEPSIACUr: llUr'VSUtoeV-taUvik 4)1. 4l epnfl,. stko WatlDesr ml taM (tusHI gsaaulU of Mast a D Ctaaa, saaa-e. ,arl Baa. JaiAr4 xtr) .,f W paar HkCbli(l 4f stona, r. h . ! rV tawo b . shomj . sT, 4V. f IB mm V saashsi.l Isweaat, M UaaaoL tria. 1 00 m ton t UttW$3H 4TN0 TO rftlLBt t00Xif T TO T&XtiK NAU, 201 trdwrnr, M, Y. Fur sals by Friern.aq a afcCoiinc!! Drug to , corner 11 n and Dt.clxe a s., Oifeaba aib.a aiid IcovuuAg tU u a cool taste and not to take in the WILL REDUCE GRAIN RATES Esiult of Ckmfensoo Btwa Biilroai Van anl rarmors la WwUrjiia. HUNDREDS LISTEN TO DISCUSSIONS ' - . i i - 01d-FaablB4 Cawatrr Dlaaa HoIoa, Wklek ltavllway rresldeat Attewel a4 Bntea ' Heartily lata Spirit at 1k Occasion. SPOKANE,' Wash.. Aug. 4. Grain rat will b rsduced from all points In eastsrm Wasblpgtoa and th reduction will tak place In time to benefit tb fanner oa this year's crop. The amount ot riductlon 1 not yet determined, but con,'ctur raa frora on to two cent per buslel. Th Great Northern and tl Central Washington branch; of, tb Northern .Fa cts Will b connected by a Cross road to run from th terminus of ' tb Central Washington In th Grand Coulee to Adrala on th Great Northern. It will k eight eea mil la length and will cost about $350,000 and will .be built a oon a th survey can ba completed, contracts let and tha work don under presiur. It may be completed Defer January 1. A a result ef this arrangement th Northern Faclflo will cease hauling . grain eastward to Spokan and thene westward to th coast and will mov It shar ot th tonnage to tb terminus of th Central Washington branch. There It will ba taken by th Great Northern and carried to Beat tie Instead, ot to Taeoma a heretofore. , Tbes announcement were mad by President Mellen of ths Northern . Pacific at Davenport today. Th occasion was unique la the history of American rail roading. Thre railway president, In rs sponss to a petition frora th leading farm er of th Big Bend country, had assembled ia antiKtt OMt of tinaala et,re.tv 4a hear their esse, plead their own Interests and tender argument. They were James J. Hill, president of th Great Northern and Northern Securities company, com bination with securities rated oa Wall street at more than $1,000,000,000; Presi dent C. 8. Mellen Of th Northern Pacific, and President A. L. Mohler af th Oregon Railroad and Navigation lines of th Har riman syium. Vith them.wsr a group ot . leaser railroad notable. - Publlo ad dresses were delivered by th three presi dents. - - - , - " " President nil! Happy. Then adjournment wa taken to th ar mory, where an old-fashioned, country dinner wa served to the railway guests and visitor from th surrounding coun try. Th presidents entered heartily into the spirit of th occasion. Mr. Hill de posited bis bat under his chair, remarked that he had not enjoyed himself In many 0 day and rubbed elbows with a wheat (rower from th Egypt country and an other from the Cedar Canyon camp. After dinner hundreds of people gath ered around the railway presidents, shak ing hands and listening to spirited dis cussions. Mr. Hill talked farming and stock rais ing. Mr. Mellen elaborated on his pre vious announcement and Mr, Mohler spoke of tb Immigration plan ot thvHarrl man roads. All this wa preliminary- ta th real conference of th day. Various counties and districts bad seat delegate ta th convention and after dinner thoi del, gate reaasembled In th convention hall and through their spokesman laid their wlshss before the railway presidents. The spectacle waa Impressive. Th Urge hall wa packed to th door and score of farmer, , fruit grower and ulnar stood in th slels. Many sat on th carpeted floor. Earnestness wa stamped UDon their feature and earneatcass raa through all their speeches. Mr. Hill wa th anly president speaking at this conference. H answered maay questions from tlm to tlms, offered numerous voluntary eiplana tlona of matters that aeemed all wrong to th farmer and repeatedly aaked th farmer ta speak out their beliefs and oa vidian. lie was frequently applauded and th convention wa always alert to applaud any telling point either mad by delegate or by th president Th ntir proceeding wer character ised by good spirit and ther waa much good nature in th badinage. Th special train bearing th railroad men and newspaper correspondents re turned to Gpokan this evening, after which th party left for Colfax, in th Paleus country, wher a similar confer ence will be held tomorrow. They hav decided not to hold a third conference at Walla Walla Hill Says Ha la tirewlaaj Old. "I am getting to ba an old man; I hav not many years to live. If I accomplish all I hav set out to do, thing must mov with cierlty." Such 1 the statement ef Jamas J. Hill, president of the Great Northsra railway, who. In eorapasy with Charles 8. Mellln, president of th Northsra Pacific; A. L. Mohler, president of th Oregon Hallway and Navigation company, aad a number of minor officials, arrived at Davenport this morning to confer with th firmer of th Big Bend country la regard ta railway ratsa and chipping conditions. 1 Delegates ar preeeot from fipokan, Stvens, Whitman and Adam counties, rep resenting a region that It Is estimated may harvest 10,009,000 bushels of wheat this year. Tomorrow a similar conference I to be held at Colfax. Th president's special arrived at Daven port about 8 10 o'clock thla morning. Deatoeratl Caagreeelaaal Moailaea, HOPKINBVILLE, Xy.. Aug. 4flufnclent returns nave tie on receive! irons tne duino- ciauo primary election to show that tjwsiey eiamy ot jrienaerson waa nom inated for coiiKreas In the hocond Kentucky m,uiwt iif povoiat atuuuiOMA nuLJUllly. CaUtrkeal Caadldata fa Itsstor. TOPEKA, Kan , Aug. - 4. Conrreasmaa William A. Caltlerhoad (republican), of the Fifth iCaoae district, today aunounood that he will be a candidate to succeed l nitea titua aenamr vv. A. Harris (popu Umu, wbuae Itru ea vires In lk-Js. Vi No Summer Bowel Troubles Not for me ! I'm safe from all of them and happy. The heat of lum mer causes organic matter everywhere to decay. All dead vegetable or animal matter rots if not kept on ice. All undigested food in the human body will ferment a hundred times as quickly in summer as in winter. Consequence stomach, liver, bowels poisoned, thrown out of order--sour stomach, gases, colic, diarrhoea, dysentery, cholera, append icitis, and in some regions yellow fever and the plague. 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During th night the patient had a alnk ing spell and th attending physician is now working with blm Is th bop of pro longing IK. Oxygen gas is being used. War LI a Akaat Caasplat. IOWA FALLS. Ia, Aug. 4. (epeolal.) Tha official of tb Des Moinea, Iowa Fall tt Northern road announced today that they expected to run trains to Nevada, la Story county, by August 15. Delay In receiving steel baa prevented traeklaylng for several weeks, but this work will be return td this week aad a tha Una la completed to within a few miles at iNevada, it will tak but a short time to reach th main line of th Chicago ft Northwestern. This will glv th people ot this county a new and a mora direct rout to Des Moln, as th trains of th Iowa Falls road leaving her at T a to. will connect with th Northwest ern traia at Nevada that reachea Des Moinea at Boon. Heretofore passenger traf fic for ths atat has been via Marshailtewn or Webster City. ; - Men tiaarrel aad Wesnea Flgkt. CLEARFIELD, . Ia.. Aug 4. (Special.) Carl Pelgier, a tenant, quarreled with Ms landlord, V. Bastos, on th farm occupied by Feixier, on and on, half miles north at this city. Th wives ef the men wr pres ent during tb quarrel which followed over th division of th wheat crop. Mrs. Pel gier became so enraged that th grabbed B ho and struck Mrs. Basto over th bead cutting a deep gash, from th result of which It la feared Mr.' Basto will dl. It seems that ther has been bad blood existing between th Basto and Pelgier families for om tlm and th quarrel Sunday wa tha culmination. Mr. Pel gier has been arrested and taken to Lenox for trial. : Robber Blow a Safe. OTTCMWA, I., Aug. 4. Robber blew the safe of th Laddsdals Supply company at Laddsdals, near her this morning. They secured aa unknown amount. Th poatofBc la In th earn bunding and part ef the funds belonged to th government. Sever gtaraa at Keokak. KEOKUK. Id., Aug. 4 An electrical storm, lasting twv hours, ending this morning early, struck a dosen houses lo this city and a number of bsras in this county. Ths losses ar larg In tb ag gregate. It was th herdest storm this city ba bad for years and is boLng du plicated tonight. Yaw Mlaat teat Lit If you neglect pile. - They will cau fatal diseases, but Buckles' Arnica Salve posi tively cures or ao pf. 15o. Ka imm la Paaa4. DENVER, An. -4. Th hearing In tfc suit brought last week In the district court here KKalnst th Colorado Fuel and Iron company for the purpose of ooinrielllng the oinctrs or the company to permit sn in anertion of Its stiu k bouka. to ba maxla br Stock holders, was postponed today until to morrow. BEERS Famous tha . World Over Fully Matured. Order frost H. Mar as laaapsvar The goeulne tablet . mneoy hack. amtlo sad booklet free. ASdrooa ireet eU baicag ar new era. ii M BJVF.RT MAN AFFLICTED WITH STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, KERYO-SEXUAl DEBILITY, BLOOD-PQIS0.1. 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