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Omaha and Cm Koin.i Hare Exhlbllioa Gams Which Omaha Loses. PEARS TUtS HIS HAND AT PITCHING Ioes Well for Taree Iaalags aa Thca Hie" Arm Glres Oat Des Molaeo Trlti Oil Teoster. iiM M01KK8. Aug. 27. (Special Tele gram.) Dee Moines today - woo a Terr closelr contested exhibition game. Today off day all aver tba league, but ow ing to tbe large crowd which are attend ing the fair in Dea Moines thla week a gam wae arranged for. Wlllla, a seral profeaalonal from Newton, la., was given a trial In the boi for Dea Molnea and ahowed p In One form. He haa good apeed and ' eurres and seems to uaa hla head more jtnan the average pitcher. Pears, the old Ime National leaguer, waa on the alab for Omaha and did good work for the firat few Innings and then his arm failed him. He pitched the entire game out, however. The brilliant feature of the whole game waa a triple play by Dea Molnea la the fifth, which cut off Omaha's chances of making ,tws or three arorea. As It waa Orashi "managed to Slida la one la the shuffle. rears started off the Innins- with a ain.u ,Thea Stone banted, but got a Ufa on an error by Wlllla. Carter then earns In with a scratch bit, whleh filled tha bases. Oen ,. .i . au( gruunoer or sec en a base. O Learr made a beautiful harM kicked tha bag and threw to Davie. Pears c"ne in from third and Btona waa try ing to make It from aecond. but waa caught vi nua.on wun a throw from Davis. To- furrows game will apea tha scheduled .THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1002. enre, Including ,009 school children, T.tOO. PHfLAnKi.rftiA. h no All Ttlmna., Cf .. I I 1 S tPirrll. Wilfa. tb. Barrr. rf t Unil If 1 Hulawltt, n. I J.nfilnga. b. 4 Dmiflat. ... e I'hIMa. ..,. S fcussleatia, p. 1 1 1 4 Smoot. cf . .. I Barclay. If... 1 I iHrnftvan, rf. t BruhHl, lb. I Kniitr. a. .. 4 Niniua, tb. t t 1 t R ran. S P- r0f Totals ciittI., p .. I H IT t O Noll . '. LOttS a h o A t. n ... t t i LARNED IS STILL CHABPIOSi Oatplayg Dohtrty, tha Terrible, ia Grand Battle at Newport. i s i s s row morning In sn attempt to swim the F:ngllh channel, lie hopes to meet Holbein on nn way to KTance. CAPE OR1SNBZ. France. Aug. 37. Montague Holbein, tne Kngllsh swimmer, sisrtea at s:w p. m. lousy on ills third at tempt 10 awim tne English channel. A light west wind was blowing and the sea waa ueaa raim. CROWD SEES TENNIS AT ITS BEST i i n it 1 1 I Total . Batted for Currle In ninth. Philadelphia I o 0 I St. Louie 1 0 10 1 Earned runs fat t.iia 1. tii.4.i..i.i. ii Three-base htt: Donovan' Sacrifice hit: Wolverton. Double plays: Fsrrell to lira- eiiear, tvrugerto arrell to Uraehear, 0 0 0 0 141 ny L-uggiesDy. i. nrst base Aaaerlea. a.d E..M..-.. B.,h r,.y with Dash and Clereraeoo, bat the Former Haa Soperlor Esdiraite. .1 earatnn. ' off filerta 1. KKicsny, 4. struck out: Fr Currle. off IHiasleahir. a I.ft nn r.... fii t',.1.' . Philart.lnM. 1 Tlm. .. ..... il ' I Time of arum pirn; v unj ana tirown. Staala of tha Tea. 1:62. Lrn- Flttsburg .. Brooklyn .. Chicago .... Ponton Cincinnati . St. I-ouls .. Phllsdelphls New Tork Played. lo Ill lo7 1 W 107 los 108 ' Won. 60 6 . M M 43 43 38 Lost. 37 61 2 (2 M (0 -1 63 p.c. .750 .641 .614 .44 .4"3 .361 NO gamea scheduled for today. IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Two NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 17. For the third time In eight years English aspirations for the highest American, tennis honors In singles have been dashed when they seemed almost within reach of the persistent for eigners, for today William A. Lamed of Summit, N. J., successfully defended Ills title aa championship by defeating Regi nald F. Doherty of England three aeta to one. The scores were 4-3, 1-2. 6-4. l-t. It was a grand game on both sides, but It sapped the vitality of each player until It became a question of endurance and the American proved to be In better condition. A scorching sun waa no Insignificant fac tor In the result, and at the end Doherty, unused to such hot rays, almost collapsed. It was generally acknowledged that had the Blades aad Two l.acky Baats Give Mllwaake Victory ' ' Over at. Paal. ST. PAUL, Aug. 27-Two singles and two dajr bMn co1 llke th0M of wee the fought longer, lucky bunts rave Milwaukee the vlntnrv In a fast ten-lnnng game tolay. Both Barber and Ferguson were very effective. Donahue at first base had twenty-two put-outs. At tendance, 782, Score: MILWAUKH. , ST. PAUL. Duntas. If Mollrlda, cf . 1 I Phifiho-k, Ik. I I 1 Mailman, if.. 4 1 Cllntman. aa 0 t 4 RnnMa, M... I 4 4 Ponahua, lb. t lit 4 OiPlarca. ,.... 4 1 pxr. 114) t Marfan, aa... 444 ww. .. list oIKara-uaoo. .. 4 4 1 battle would have been harder and perhapa with different re- sult. Larned, however, played the game of hla life, for Doherty Is undoubtedly the EVERY RACE IS A WONDER Prevldeare eea Rtreaaoaa Day at the Haraesa Track Williams Stake Goea Into History. PRCTVIDKNCE, R. I., Aug. fT.-Penxa-tlons contlnje to develop at the Grand cir cuit meeting at Narragansett Park and If the preeent record lnts Dan Patch will probably break the world's record next Fri day. It was the Roger Williams $10,r0 trotting stake today that amashed all precedent. It la still unfinished, with five heat winners, and all have broken their records, old time hormmcn say It is the grandest race they ever saw. The first four heats sll broke the stake record of 2:11914 and the slowest tied the record of the fastest horse In the race. About 10.000 people were loth to leave when, darkness necessitated post ponement until tomorrow. Hx"?n '"! horse Rhythmic, I.f4. wes nicked to win the rich puree, but after reducing his record to I:h the brown stallion had only one heat in six. Duloe the new stake record. Alice Carr won the first heat In J.09'4. a new record JI.-, Rhythmic came third and then won the second heat In 2:H. The T-.,1 DuJ.c Cor wn h fourth heat In the best time, 2:08V. Then Nut Bearer took the fifth heat, reducing his record from MJ to J:lo4. r"uut,n RHO.AB. I 4 14 4 I Mr. tb 4 Shannoa, ef., 4 tlnillari). If..., 4 41117 rf.., 4 OiHucmna, lb., t 0 K.ll.T, lb..., 4 OjPlaroa. ,.... 4 Marfan, as,., 4 blKarfuaoii, p., R H O A H. 4 114 4 4 4 1 4 1 4 4 1 4 11 i III .Trot That Kills. .tlV.W?". a A""", r.1'- nve "eat winners atarted In the sixth heat and the race was strongest player who ever cam. to Amer- boti horsea broke In the .twtch and "duIco lea. Lor won from third position. The race will t clocK tomorrow afternoon. iClark, cf. lO'Leary, as... Kjulnn, lb ilavls, lb..... Backoff. If.... garner, Tf.j'i. Burg, '8b.a,..v llanhon, o "Wlllla, p Attendance, 1,800. 8corv: DSS MOINES. AB. R. .... 4 0 4 0 .... 4 1 4 1 4,1 4 0 4 1 a o i . o Totala iptone, If.... T'arter, rf... .Oenlns-, 8b..; V)oUn, -ea... Jitewart, 2b Thomas c bonding, , lb....', tears, p.,.i,.,.., Totals M I l. omaha; (: AB. R. I .0. 4 1 .. ....... 4 4 ....... H. O. A. 10 0 1 1 1 I 4 1 12 I 10 1 1 0 10 2 2 4 1 14 12 17 14 H. O. A. 12 0 0.1 0 2 0 3 2 2 0 0 2 1 0 12 1 1 1 12 0 J Jl J S 23 14 E. 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 K. 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 Totala ...I IRK o1 Totala ...4 S M 14 t Milwaukee 000000000 S 3 Ht. Paul .., OOOOOAOOO 0-0 Karned runs: Milwaukee, 1. Two-base nit: Kelly. Three-bnse hit: ' McBrtde. Do J bio Dlavs: Clinerman (unaailati 1 Marcan to Hugglns to Kelly. Left on bases: Bt. Paul, 7; Milwaukee, 6. Time; 1:32. Um- pirw Dtuart. t Mlaaeaaoll. Loses. .i K.APOLIB- Au- " -Minneapolis "". a new pucner, today. He al lowed six hits, but was very wild and gave n ne passes In the first, with the bases 2 ,j """ put me Dan over the right field fence, winning the game. Bnrtos, Quillin and Werden retired the side with a fast double play n the second. Attendance. job oeieat or tne Englishman was not only a surprise, but a bitter disappoint ment to the Doherty brothers. The team Just mlsssd capturing the Davla troDhv. and now to be beated for the American championship, when It seemed almost theirs, accentuated their disappointment iney win not go home empty handed, however, for the pair are the American cnamplons In doubles and next ysar they zl ar XL frtsi 2iL.r. k er:1 when THa Kin n aa u a. and won first money. " c1 The 2:06 pace was first, but Audubon Boy outclassed the field. He won In 2:044 and com'etHors' th record" of ' "is The Roman won thai 1a ...- reducing his record to 2:09. ' thernrS W" nnei tor P Tomorrow Prince Alert, 2:004, champion pacing gelding of the world, will start tn the but for. another chance at ths more 1m portant single championship. Americans Joyaaa Momeat. Summary: ii VS"? J"'". two In three, purse Il,0u0 (concluded): Th KJn?. b. by day King, dam - r ,1,7 ' p-v But If the result was disappointing to Au MeX.V k ri.y',-X."-.u"C I AAA 1-..-. "L.-V-flIHiyj pes Moines . 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 11001001 04 two-Dase nita: Clark, . Qulnn. Backoff. !'"" inree-Dase hits: anin n. 400. Score: KANSAS CITT. a u ii a a 5?i?,f,""- "!!! ?!ltbcb, b. . r.... w v a Bilallr, I V 1 1 T 4 4 14 14) 1114 1 4 4 114 1114 I 4 NanAa. ef ... Oradr, lb... Lewa, aa... dmlth, If.... V, An4 a. lb. Thlal. lb McDonald. . 4 4 4 Taasar, .. Wllmot, rf. Wardan, lb. Qnlllln, aa Totala ... 1 4 17 11 a Total. n ansae citv a n n n 1 1 a i a Minneapolis 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 13 !ham. Oondlng. Double Dlavs: ftir I L Earned runs: Minneapolis. 2: Kansas CItv Wulnn to Davis, Dolan to Stewart. First k Bases on balls: off Bartoa, : off Mc the English It set nearly 4.000 loyal Amer icans who watched every stroke almost frantic with Joy, and the demonstration which followed the last play, when Doh erty sent the ball Into the net, will Jive for many yeara In the annals of the sport. The Englishman . was outplayed probably tor tne nret time in his life at every point. Larned was stronger at the net, covered court far better, proved sterling base line player and, when the strain came In the third and fourth sets, showed himself to be in magnificent condition. . M - I l"1?" nervous In the first game, ... I 10 IT t I whlle Doherty was cool. Outs and errors, Ing more than the Englishman. The points on the first set were: MINNEAPOLIS. R.H.O.A.B. 4 114 4 4 114 4 4 4 114 1114 1 1114 4 I I II I by Clay King, dam ..111 ,. 1 4 3 ..its III .731 .11 3 .. 8 10 4 .10 8 7 . 4 13 dr .12 7dr . 12 dr .13 8dr . 6 11 dr .ds ruiiitsb, ar.. 117 4 4 irani, to 1114 4 na, S S S .rCri VLi ". ; off Pears. 1. I A"""; 1? JJavis to Hanson. .Y- ."? I''. his, e: py- leara. 1 '"f'" tears. Tim; 1;80. Umpire- Donald. 8. Twil.h.U hlt. T .unnl T.I1.. 8ulllln, Werden. Hothfus. ' Three-bsse hit: rady. Home run: Smith. Double nlav: gartos to Wulilln to Werden. Struck out: crvniu, MCAnarewt. Passed h I. Doherty i.arnea Hawthorne, ro. m. (Hudson) u. s- tvvaiKer; Darwin, m. m. r if rlionrvi Promise, blk. g. (Rombough) Henry B, b. g. (WHUs) A cy blk. g. (Lasel) Flash Llarhtnln h w vrn. i 8- g. g. (Merrifleld) Ida Hlghwood. b. m. (Snear) Phoebe On ware) b. m. (Tosler) ... Bceele Owens, ch. m. (Dlckerson) .. Red Princess, b. m. (Snow) Mary-D. ch. m. fHnnti Confessor, ch. g. (Demafest) Monte Carlo, b. g. (Sckers) .iniuurn, o. m. irriis ...... . Time: 2:WH, 2:11, 2:114. Class 2:18. trotting nun. CAA. The Roman, b. g.p by McKln'ney Alice Russell, h. m a Austin Boy, b. g. (Lewis) " fj My Chance, ch. h. (Crowley) t j iino. m.ii-tg, j:iu'. z:i No Summer Bowel Troubles Not for me I I'm safe from all of them and happv. 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 ia 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. Little children suffer terribly everywhere. What does good sense tell you to do f You can't keep the human bodv on ice, and the drinking of ice-cold drinks does more harm than good because it stops digestion and chills the in ternal organs. The proper thing is to keep all impure and unnecessary matter out of the, body erery day, not give it a chance to sour and de cay in the stomach and bowels, and ooison the blew. anA th bodv. In this wav vou will ston all hot. fevricH nri;i. ---1 i. your insides cool and healthy. To do it, use a medicine that is not offensive to th taste and not harsh and violent in its action. There is only one safe system-cleaner to take in the summer time, because it will not cause diarrhoea or griping, and that is Beat for the Bowels. All druftiste, lot, sje, 90c. Never sold In balk. The genuine tablst stamped C. C. C. Ouarranteed to euro or your money back. Sampla and booklet A-ao. Addr.L. Starling Kemedy Co., Chicago ar Now Vera. Ill IOftus of tha loral team nffrA ramAn. revllle a price last spring which the latter accepted, but when Demont revllle sua- geatea tnat he would have to Jump his Boston National league contract I-oftus SdVlSed him In flrat nlav mi kla .nrMr.i Demontrevllle belongs In this cltyi glblry wins the Parse. SIBIET. Ia.. Aus. 27. (Snerlnl Tel.. gram.) Ocheydan kept gala day today. The i(ji irmurg waa me oaae nan game between Sibley and Adrlnn Minn fnr apurseof30. Score: Sibley. I: Adrian. 1. Uattertes: Sibley, Brlttatan and Jones: Adrian. Honklns. F'arssher anH t)r.k. Umpire) Johnson. Damage Clearwater's Record. CLEARWATER. Neb.. Au. S7 rRn.pUt Oakdale and Clearwater fought on the Clearwater diamond yesterdav. Onkriala carried off the honors, the score being 13 to 3. The Clearwater boys have played li-U KHIIIVTBI 1IIIH BHBOn HFin niV. Won all but three. They are Very abashed over ineir ueieai. .. , Helkea Gets Cop at Padsesk. PADl'CAH. Kv . Anr Ing marked the oeennd Ha v nt h xa.i.m.t. Oun club s annual tournament, although rain continued to fall. The silver cup was von by H. O. Hclkes of Dayton, O., who J .. .. ' ,"ul 01 targets. Tomorrow the 81.000 handlcaD llva hlrrt match tir. .ds .ds .ds .ds sas city, 7, Time; ir.eler. xuilineauuiia ia? Kan. 3:00. Umpire: Flgge. s ; i - - --..M.wnaiT, a asfvu uail , 1 ViTSTnla If "Ml- Mi.re, Kf?'-..B,ol.n bes: Grant, Leewe. Nance at . vr-iiv,aw 'HiaSi Vl.v.1. an a , . . . 'ing nia nest Kansas City "hats Oat St. Joe) Wlthoat TroaM. BT. JOSEPH. Mo.. Aug. W.-Ht. Joseph III 5UJ!5L td.y. NlcbtTl. jsi I7VUIV. Knaae City . 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 li"oEi St. Joseph .,...0 0 0 0 0 0-0 I ?tierK"iif.tMJ3' .Nlchol. and Me.. ri'jii." "((M,.iijriu an sllla , - . Another Isss for Louisville. All. VI T . , 1 ...1 1 1 . Sriothf r one-l(rd gams from Toledo today. . 7"4.w"' was ins reature. - At tendance. 127. Soore: LOUIIVILLl. I TOLEDO. K.H.O.A.II.I R.H.O.A.B. ; a ! ! ! D?' ,b :-' t 1 4 4 14 1 4 Tarnar. aa... 1 ...2 I45I4SII uasaa o 27 A Although Dohertv waa within m the first game In the aecond set, Larned made It deuce and won It. He followed It U I ) UY III K inir Trin r a ae . - J I A drl nKna, - a - Hi ui .4 IV " V 'i'I U9 I 4rutAMiii uuy, Ull. n., Dy J. J. Audlli cVeh..e0,h..hnaCcre0Whdo,h1nrn.e1. 'SS, J" Ji" 52";"" Bourbowillw. (HuS. J.l.??!' ,whJl9a Doherty Jell Off. The Fannie WlaVdi'bVVnV"(Snow) waa mm 1 J MIVTats iihji I MlIMn I Wlfia hla I ITaajl a Wf-J a . racquet slipped In his hand and k. hm It ,. ?J V,Wv?2?l.- n- turs) seem m o-V. .tt, th- T.n. r I "". fJ livrvini customed life . "M" .Wx"- (O'Nell) Larned. on tho other h.n ... Tlme: -?4. 3:04H. "?",".y"l Class 1: 14. naclnar. two In Three. I Leagae. At Decatur Eva nsvllle, ; Decatur. 0. At Rock Inland First game: Rock Island f. (,eaar Kanids, l. Second game:. Rock Island. 6: Codar Ranlria. ? AtBloomlngton Terra Haute, 11 j Bloom- At ocKrora Rockford, I; Davenport, 7. Jack Zalaaky Gets a Job. MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 27. Jack Zalusky. Vho haa been ratohlno- t ai,,.,. v. n. o D., for a abort time since leaving the Min neapolis team, haa left for Tacoma, Wash., where he has been offered fw . Mnnw . play on the Tacoma team. His contract lasts until December. Kearaey Defeated by Falrbary. KEARNKT. Neb.. Aus-. f7. fRneetal T.I Class 2:05, pacing,' two in three nura. lf;m.) The second game 6f ball between $1,600: V XnTttf purM Falrbury and Kearney, played here yester- 1 1 t 3 I It day, resulted again In the victory of Falr bury. Bcore: f to 1 Batterlea: Falrbury, Redmond and LaFrance; Kearney, Picks rd and Burman. Umpire: Sullivan. Staadlag of tae Teaana. Played. Won, Lost. . 4 ' 46 47 61 (3 eo 63 77 Des Oewall, cf... Bonaar, lb.. Oanaal, Ik.., Flouraoy. If Clrmar, rf.., rhaub. IS.., Splaa, , Tutors., as.., Coons, b. h.. by Oilka. ef 4 I i 14 114 Smith, lb.... 4 14 P.C. ' .5S7 .671 .641 , .527 .411 .2t7 Moines, Milwaukee no umana . ..... v u Kansas City in 4 Denver m eo St. Joseph , HO 63 Colorado Springs ..110 60 Des Molnea 107 44 Peoria lug jx Qames todavt Oman. . . Anver ai I'oiorado Bprlnss, Peoria at Kan mmm vu, niiwauKeo at ut. joeepn. Argoa to Hold Toaraey. NEBRASKA CTTiV Neb., Aug. V. (Bpe clal.) Manager Qaff of the Argo base boll viuu iisa arrangeo. lor a base ball tour- iiemrai. (o coniiuua ior several days. They will play with Louisville Friday and Saturday, with tha Paxton lAV naliaah.r'. of Omaha Sunday and with ths bricklayers VU A, tm VtJl U41 Ji GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE Plttsbarar Makes Baoaga la Oao la. alav to Wis. the Qaaso ' . , Frona Bostoa. 1 1 4 4 4 Cossaarall, rf 14 114 Mock, If 4 vi t MCNall, .... 4 1 in ?rowtnwl&Iayi!r' 4With that '."et thS erowd wild. He Judged some of Doherty s ph set"were1 PlnU' ,n the Be"' (B Larned 6 443441 4 gn li,vV Doherty 3 3 0 4 1 2 s fcSti Buck Larned continued his good work at the E?m- i7c?i. . Wuckles beginning of the third set by taking the SnW 1 i' Mfcfr (Miller) first game without effort. Doherty seemed 2 Bee'J,i.m- (Proctori to be saving himself for a ortfioVi "-tSSS? Wilton, ch. g. (Oil lis) Once he walked deliberately out f tho All?e Hol.m'8. b-"t. tn.;,AUen) Bed worth, Jr.. Bowser) Llvewood. br. a. fHavdnnt . Buck Thome, br. g. (Know) noma circle, t. m. (Nuckles) Too Swift for Albloa. NEWMAN OROVB, Neb., Aug. 37. (Spe cial.) The Junior ball club went to Albion yesterday and nlaved a ram. i,t. .k. three, purse I Juniors of that place, defeating them by iniB was me second the score of 21 to S. court without waiting to rettrrn-U.o ahot vm see ! TMl I as 9 - si u m ,ouiavmo 0 I 0 0 3 0 I 1 3 Toledo 000000030-3 Left on bases: Louisville. 6; Toledo. 3. lT1?",b,V,hU: Mrk" Three-base hits: bd well (2), Bonner (2), Mock. Struck out: By Coons. I; by McNeil. 3. Hit by pitcher: f'-rir."' ?n ball,: oft McNeil. 4. Time: 1:33. Umpire: TlndalL Hooslers Outplay Baekeyee. INDIANAPOLIS. Am. Won a ten-lnnlna arame tnH.v uifi... fleldlns by both teams kept the 'score down. Attendance, 1.3. Score: INDIANAPOLIS. I COLUMBUS H.O.A 1 II I "" wbo in me act or making. I . Doherty acted lust aa Whitman aia h-i?i fl he collapsed yesterday. Twice after thai games were brought to deuce. Larned 1 worked the Knilf.hm.. .. .. I. 1 ::: ? i ... S T ... 4 4 ... 5 5 ... el A i hub; a.u. iiiwv. w.r,AWi1,i,lmi,'.',r1 rot, three In v. y ui v.uiai 1 iinnnia noi 1 Dulce Cor. b. m.. by Baron ' wiikea-Nancy Oladysj. by Nut Breaker (Mlllert 11 a Alice Carr, b. m. (Garrison)., 1 8 Rhythmic, br. h. rHndannV' s 1 Nut Bearer, br. sr. nrr.nl. 1 s Wentworth, blk. g. (McHenry) 3 4 10 Bedworth I Itame played by these teams, both havlnar 1 1 been won by Newman Grove. ' !- '' Ask Agent "Werthwoslefii Urn., fTii: jo I . Lur Look Out forth Cheap Rates, Through sleeper daily be tween Omaha and Hot Springs S.D. Round trip passenger fare $U.50 Aug. JO to Sept 10 Inc. Bound trip to HOT SPRINGS, SO. DAK. Splendid gol! links. Eipert instructor. 0SDEG8' imm -tnt tX . OIUVLK ULUSS" for the Laundry Qlves finest Finish to all delicate Fabrics. For sale by all flrat-clasa sroeera. s l 7 I I 10 I I 1 I I 1 1 8 t 8 S I ro Hoaflsrar. W. ros. lb.. 1 CoulUr, of... 4 Orlrn, lb 4 O'Brtaa. ss... I Woodruff. It. 4 Kuhna. lb.... 4 Hareon, 4,.,, 4 .ailuor, ... I R.H.O.A.B. ni l "Hart, lb a 1 1 a I B.ldan, rf.... llli 1 jMeFarl'd, , rt. tills 4 0Turn.r. Jb... lilts I 4 Mrara. lb.... I 111 1 i novreuan, o. g. (Uoldenl.... 8 7 4 S dr Directum tfoler. b. h. fKennvi a a in n a . ,.SLme: tM' 2:(' :0. M. "Aft. FUTURITY RUNNERS' LOADS Totals ,ells 1 via. i i 1 1 i .j v.a 111 ino maic III 40. ros. ... 4 ilia w n,xt then PITTBBTJRO. Aui. 7.-rEsson tlfd rood .Winrt. until . K . 1 . . m. . ' Mim iiiiiimo, wneit nvo nits retted four runs. He was easy after that. a- "... J " . . " wm dui wnan Wlnnlnap run artM . 11 uia. 1 ik mil la 1 a n jwa 1 . . t . ... . D.es on dsus: off Kellum. 3: ner, 3. Strk out: By Kellrn'i- by I'l i!.'U:Turtr'..- 8erinoo hlU: W Pox Jver on th-oth; ld. helS hi. ho d' to VJtttl&&J!iJ? TSBUBO). BOSTON. s't-'Afn, .H.O.A.. .... Illl SltWUr, as... 4141s I 1 t JSis- 'L ! ! ! ! fill...... I... I 1 S lb. J 4 114 Csamr. sa... 1 1 1 1 Luab. f 4 lit! ? i ;lJra-rr, lb. t 1 I I I ; a v aionao, a S44IS Uaver. ... t I S iKiaoa, ...... i 4 11 Touts ..IHV I if Tatals I I M I 1 Louisville Indianapolis .... St. Paul Kansas CItv .. Milwaukee Columbus Minneapolis .... Toledo Games todsyt Played. lit ....113 113 ....114 ....113 ....1H 117 U7 Won. Lost P.C. .7 .652 .663 .41 .473 .161 ..371 .33! Paul, 78 73 63 56 63 S3 83 3 3 89 60 M t 62 78 73 Xf IIB....I... .1 ... limit AMERICAN LEAGUE JLirnad rn n 1 I . . K a . . Vi.. oi.i: i,-.,Vv"V', iwo-Dooe Buuiit. oaiurinuo niia: conroy, i. r?ont Stolen baaea: OlarW. M..T,r. JUtchey, Luah. rlrst base on balls: Oti fver. 1: oCC Kason. 4. Struck out: By tr,':.,:y.Ba,0, JUa we: 3;uA CiMtaaatl I'see ths CI oh. - CTNCINNATI. Aur n.-Inabillty to roojo' today was what caused the " ' itBft. lid I inniniiatll st I omyl aan sis runs In the first three lnnln(rs by land. GAMES CUvolsjsal Crowd less Homo Team Ad. olBlater Defeat to rhlldrlpkU '.la Close Gaaae. '"- FJySXB- Au ; iT.-The locals eele. mr on Miller and the Now York nlaver. maae nve errors. After Taylor went In the .....a .I.J..U uui iwo nus. ijoniln played XtteudeT i.o.M'3coV:: lUm In ihn. J 1 CMmi" lonty by deftat L.P h,ld,Ph' In one of the bent playd hSnf: ir.? .U!!,h";r' crred off the ivr.,uan u M.iun tr won t hs a v vicvonna Attendance. .7t. ClatVCLAMO. . . rHII.liDltl.Pl.li 1 III CIHartaal . If a a a a a p'-- arews. U....T i .1 , ; i f.0V' : .- . ;mr, .(.4114 4 Mal.-ib" S t 1 I U yi !k. '.i- ! ! ! ? ?''. 114 I I 4Brodl. ef... 4 illl Oorha".,'' a i 2"?."' " - 1 I I 4 II K . .... 4 1 I 1 1 Smith, lb...! 4 Illl "n"' 'JJ ll'ws ... 4 4 I I 4 ' ' w-M-a. ( sa Sa Mil oV A a a a I ok . . - . I . .. .... IBS S Cincinnati iS'ew Kork Mlllw. p larlor, p iiiueoo-( .iioioaoa Two-baas hita; Craiaford. Lauder. Double .yJ: ,rii0,L"n lo Bcly. Dunn to Mc--'i0, FlnK on balls: Off Miller, li off Taylor. 1 Struck out: By Pooli' 3; by IlilUdelphla'o lny a Ke.k. n1I" lVlB' 'Au- "-"-Oft acccunt of rain fnly one same was payed between fit Louis and Philadelphia today. Out of an enua.1 number of hita the visitors man sed to score one more run. which won the same for them. dplte the double and triple by Bmoot and Donovan. AttanJ- I I I i TV 1 V I 1UW ... II t a. J Jt J L,. ? out when "nn' run ecored a a M a a j-.-.t.-mu , U0D00AAA rmiaasiphia a n 1 0 a oi t... ncu runs: t' evt and. l t, k Hlrk.nun, McCarthy. ' Threo-base Murphyt-'Doupr.- play" rnhaVdTo OcT "!ck.H-": 'Base. oroan.?0o a: dt T llaon hita hits: taadla of the leans. tlm 1 ls4- couia. on place shots he finally won the "c"',ary f wo lames In succession and The points' In the third set were liarnea 4 811(3434 7 8ft Re-Elected, r. h. (Macev) ... ' V eeesTi4i j 36 I ""ueio n. o. m. tnerce).... 3 11 3 7 4 ro I ? y I $ "k1 1Johr'y seemed considerably ' Ml euro, br. g. (Dlckerson) t 4 11 8 8 ro Vn ;,V . ... . irv, u w a a iresner ana had more SDnna to hla atan t Jen.5 ' Tfnt w at hlht Pitch when Lamed won the ninth same and waa within a Same or the championship. But Dohertv waa not yet beaten, for he made the next fon,thi1,.it..K am.e wer " Larned took the sixth, a love a-am. ..i bre bit Do?ie?fvmw C.Ea.T.p'2n"hi?.ht!.r- " Wel.ht. for Fall VpnifJ. . c .l"", within two I ' nassiesp at Sbeepshead - . v. maii;ii. ina ina anman wnn I games all. Lamed won " way. m toolc the set and the tha fmirili ... . I NETW TORK" Ana- 7 Th. -..l-v... r . " I at,. .ii . . o " la neu O4348l043434 1 11 a 1 I. ok ""i-op. lurionrs, 10 be run Doherty 4 843634414041 0-3-4 I ' 8hP8nd Bay on Futurity day, Au- . " . w. " ri . . veil 1 1 ii 1 mnav aa r . i , . a Bonnie Bert. 113: Herbert n,,.J , , 1 ,u 13 lues, jar. ; Artlcu- jaie, prince 01 Melbourne. 124; Royal, li3: The Musketeer, 122; Requittal. 119; Demur J?r' vTen Can,ilesi. 118; Dublin, Hatasoo. Hyphen, Cobur. Lady Bchorer. Monarka. Cameron. 115: Hermia. lis- Rn.ana r?nw' U2: Pen'c-; "l: Musetta. Inventor. 110; Francesco, Wyeth, 109; Alta Lima! Komi-, z-oroaster, ius; King Pepper, imDton. Hlchlandee KIT- rninn.i Ya.i den, lu6; Runnels. Carbuncle, Colonel Bill. 106; Arsenal, Unmasked. 104; Rclna. luS Lux Caata. Port Hovil .om Paul MarUn Burke, Kamara. Oper ator, 102; Flora Pomona. Hlndr.H vino ll.nn,.. V..1.1 , . . ... . . " Dt-n nig uneui. Kg; wim Pirate. Par Ex. uoia Seeker. Himself 97- lo-niir . Femesole. 96; Setauket, Arden. IT I v I r, . l;.,,... A.m. 0.1. 1. v.- , J E: 1i."t. whittle,; ..ei ui iiai lefu, Dinier yearns, 64. Joalors Divide Spoils at Schai ler. BCHITTT.ER Neb.. Au. 7.-(8peclal Tel. . .m.i-in. ;non biocic Yards Juniors played a double-header here today. Thoy ' ' rny train lucaered out " and went Immediately on the diamond. Bcnuyier aereated them easily. The boy were asleep and played a gsvme chuck full . 1 leaiuro or tne- game was ..ia tiiitiuiis 01 aarronea ror Bchuvler. fp?re:.. .... . H H E. ecnuyier 4OD13V0I 14 10 8 I .uiiiuia 1 i u V 0 O O I 7 HI Batteries: Schuyler. Barronek and Oo aensrhwager; Juniors. Caufrhey and Mll- i-r- rirei oaae on Dans: on Barronek. 4: pff Cauahey. 3. Struck out: By Barronek aVby., uh)r. 7: by Adams, 4. Time t:(. Umpire: Dickinson. VlZ, fternoon game wss one of the best cumuiiiuu nmu piayaa nere In two years, the Juniors shutting out Schuyler, 4 to 0 Adams pitched a faultless e-ame. Hi. support was perfect. Ferguson In center , 1 ""rr irom scoring in seversl In nlnss. Score: R H E. vuniors 0 O O 0 0 I 0 0 34 0 Schuyler 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0-0 I 3 estrones: juniors, Adams end Miller: Schuyler, Pruyn and Oodenachwager. Two. wa.u 1111, oumier. rirai nun nn fr.ii.. Off Pruyn, 3; off Adama, 1. Struck out: Bv -ruyn, 7; by Adams. I.. Double play Miller to Mlllett. Time: l:lo. Umpire: Ellis. OYER THE NETS AT NIAGARA Fair Hacqaetero Are Wlanlngr Marks lateraatloaal Tennis Tor nament thla Week. ?JA?.ARA-V-THE-LAKE. Ont.. Aug. 27. U: J -The Niagara International Tennis tourna- T? Defun here today and there was I V v.i,.v.i piajr m ine women's singles, which ?"H." Z lTonf ntry- Th visiting SSn .K2",K,0imoJr?.w' nd tnft tournament ilr ." .IU, owing, ncore: Women a alnvlea An. -Wijis Closterman of Cincinnati beat Miss Todd Of Hno-lanit AA 1 1 f Miss Marie Wlmer "of Wanhlnrton beat co"encs, Gold Seek Mlas Hedley of Toronto. 8-3L 8-3 Pell t Lexington. Mlsa Parker nt Chi..n k.. ai I Lord Penoer. 112: i i ww.. ,....cr " " . inn. -Di 'iii. VI - " "ngion, s-e, e-j. Mlas Stever of Chicago beat Miss Sum merhayes of Toronto. -0. 8-6. C" "mPla" of Chicago beat Miss Mackarell of Kngland. -l. 8-3. ' nurgesa or Toronto beat Miss Pen nlngton of Chicago by default. uis cnampiain beat Mrs. Burgess. 8-1 Open handlcaD. nrellmln R. BisMll (soratrh) of Buffalo beat M M. MacDonnId (received half 15. nf rrt Pe"e?boro.,6F4.C:3K,rr " 0( Paul Oardnvr fnwa 1K1 e rkin... v... c- i, r, ' or Pittsburg, -4, . ... i.icimu uii oi loronio beat C Howard (owe lal of Tomnm a.a a , j fnalr ot Montreal beat aIS aJi wo, nan 01 rew York, First round: ' X? .roy,wowK .of Columbia heat B. rshelm (half 30) of Shreveport, La., 3-8, Lynch Hist from Botte. BUTTE, Neb.. Au. 27. finer lal T.I.. mm.i-oui Diavea Lvncn iniiv 8 to 1 In favor of Lynch. Batteries: Jameson and Aekley: Carroll and -Cheat. wood. U umpire: Pickering. Th Signal oi ulatress. Whites of eyes and skin yellow show liver trouble and Jaundice. Dr. King's New Life Pills cure or no pay. Only 25c. THE ItEAIrV MARKET. INSTRUMENTS filed In the register of deed s office August 27: Warranty Deeds. ' Rebecca Thorp to Harriet Stokes, lot IH nuaitan1 anaa la a . at Harriet Stokes and husband to J. H. Stokes, lot IS, Graves' park 60 Hans Beckmann to Anton and Albert jNejai, sw se w-lB-12, ecept one " 3,175 Halt Claim Deeds, Henry Tarratt and wife to W. T. w heeler, lot Z, block 4. Shrlver place 1 Deeds. Oliver Ames and others, trustees, to nn is, iwconane, lots 7 and 8, block ao, uiuiua , Total amount of Transfers k mum I Rutnbllnr of ras. I aour llqulda aiislritr In tha mouth, dUtrea after aatlnff be honest, you have had to diet, live on bland foods, and have tried many physicians' treatments and medlcinea,whlchonly relieve and still you are troubled. r'roi.r5" RAE RESULTS AT DES MOINES samnaarr ai lowa State Fair Speed Contests Over Tracks Heavy and Slow. DES MOINES, Aug. 27The truck waa rMiia.snn - , ai Ml u Ct. Louts FMQ g 'BEERS Th Ulfheet Price4 but tbe &at Quality, Oraat reaes Kay a Coaapaar Played. .,..lel ....1 ....U4 ....loS ,...K ....lllO ....luS Qamea todav! Houna at ru...i. delphla at Chicago. Baltimore at St' ashlngton at Cleveland. Philadelphia Boston Chicago St. Louis ... Cleveland ... Washington Baltimore .. Detroit Won. . CO 61 64 64 - 63 61 46 40 Lost 41 47 43 V M 64 60 43 P.C .644 .6a' .477 . .4-D Phlla. Louis, Bloomer Girls Tronnood at Aahlaod. ASHLAND. Neb.. Aug. n.-Speclai.V Avanmna aereated the New England Biootn. ., m iiaiBiuiaj iron pa ot loniaia ball play f". 9 the local diamond by a score of W to 3 yaoterday afternoon. Owing lo a r&lr.StOfou iui inr.M . ' OTV.W UU. played. Claas 3:18, pacing, purse 31.000 (unfinished iroirru-yc earan lou won In stralyht tf'r.d .i0" !lon. R Amerlcus third. Best time: S:17Vb. Class 3:40, trotting, purse H.OrtO (unfinished yesterday): Nosbod won, tsklng the sec ond, fourth and fifth hosts btsr Twist Second. Jean third. Best time: 3:25 Class 8:a), trotting, purse 11.000: Senator W won In straight heats. O W second Cherry Rlne third. .Best time: 3:174 lHI J. 5' . P"'"'., Pur H.OuO (unfin ished): FlosMle O took the first two heats biU.t..wV de''el by Pride Wood lo the third. Lady Chllwood taking aecond place In ths third heat. Best time: S:U. v Wargravo Wins Ekor Handicap. ...N?NT' uAu?i --W'trava won the . ' , , bend'eap plate of 1,000 aover 'P Lor ""' -"iiia ami upoard, one mile and three-quarters, at the York Ajguat r' lV ody- Orbel was second and Foa hall Keenes Slnopl. with Maker up. fin. enova Btsts Fnlrmoat. GENEVA. Neh ..'in. noi.i v.. I UhtxJ third. Seventeen horaea ran. terday afternoon Geneva' and Fairmont maan a.. 7Z 1 ' nlnoe tilayed seven mrUng. wheS rein ' MfUl Chaaaol. li-Jllf U am- tew.Wtltatover.t I LONDON. Aug r.-Frank Holme, n, ... I Flrmlinrhiim avtuu.fa v U.... T-v - HAU'S DYSPEPSIA CURE Will rare you aboolately. Cores the Caaae. Send for Booklet, FREE, to FRANK NAU, 2uS Broadway, New York City. SHERMAN Jt MeCONNELI. DRl'O CO.. 16th 4 Dodge Sts., Omaha, Neb. Move Your Office. While there are only about ten vacant rooms In tha whoi iw Tt.,iiiiin there are among them, some of the very choicest offices In the building and also some, which, while not so desirable, can be rented at a very low price. The rental price you must remember, includes light, water, beat and Jan ltor service, as well as Immunity from fire insurance because the building is absolutely fire-proof. '' List of vacant rooms iti The Bee Building First Floor. Rental Per Month. SI ITS! 101 There Is no finer nffln. ..,it. i n.i.. cated just on the right hand of the ,relt "mkrb e aWlrwy. ,d ha. u'n allyi,1Vge ,wlnd08 loo"ns upon the front entrance way of the- build aniar.,n i..... .-vi-Xl" '"Y"' M.nl Ptner will be frescBed to suit tenant " .7. ...... V....1;'. !. ' ""rawooQ noorsPrl"2,i?K ROOM 107 1 Here lg a room that will be particularly adapVed"foVan'aVcnltect ?I.,0mS n. .Wh2 neJed . north "ht- The room Is 30 feet squ'w fln shad throughout In hardwood, including tho floors, and Is i barJaVn at. Price 20. Third Floor. ROOM t This Is the only room on the second or third floor vacant, snd Is one J.'..th.t"h.lc5"t. room building. It is 17x32, and car! i be T divided to Suit the tenani 1 . i,H... m" .Li" "J.-'il-T l?"lL V" " 9'Viaea to omce having .ntrancVf.Vlng", Seventeenth street It has a very large burglar-proof vault hardwood floors and la just ths kind of sn offlo s that is linrd to obtain ordinarily Pries 160.88 ROOM 421 room, Fourth Floor. This room Is 18x14 feet and faces the court Is i, and has a burglar-proof vault. Fifth Floor. light. pleasant . Price 2000 Wilis M(l os a Hot Gaaaa. KANDOLPH. Neh Ana rro-.li Telegram. -The best game of the season wa niayoa nere loaay between Wauaa and Randolph. It waa a nit. -her.' hum. o.i tor ten Innings Interest was high. A wild Pitch and a long fly gave Wauaa the game hT ,ienth- . Htterlea: Wausa. Olllmore ..m niuani, luinaoipn, uuium and white Struck out: By Quimore, I, by Uilllam. 7. Umpire: Boughn. ' i oataera Aauolatlaa. At BirmlntKam.Rlrialn.li.n, a. VT I. . o . , ...w vr- bkuiiu game: fie Orleans, 3: Birmingham. 1. ' At Nashville Naahvllla S. VT 1. 1 a Second sam.: Nehvlllo, 7; Memphis, 0.' - uanooga Chattanooga. ; Little At Atlanta Shreveport. 3; Atlanta. 3. Aoaorleaa beta Do Msatrevllle. WASHINGTON. Au n B-,, . tv. montrevllle has alonml a rnnir.,.i with the Washington base bail team of the w rtt N CiwUs DrinR Drink hearty good, pure beer, properly aged and ripened, never hurt anyone yet on the con trery many people regard It as the finest tonic. But be sure tt is pure better order Cold Top. Jetter Brewing Co., So. Omiba. Kcb. 'Fhene I. Omaha Office, 'Phone 154i LEE MICHELL, Wholesale Dealer. 1013 Main. Co. Bluffs. 'Phons St. rieu linnpu a a iirAinin..... "'"'"" iim ;ie7;i season. The Doners I Fa I I llirl I I iu ro signed In Chicago last week and the V I IOO.0o0.00 iiuure of tho Second 6urmn from the I ' I1" r .r aora 4 aa:. aatam of lurf atlonal leanuo .rrJr.Z.t I "oai.t. fcntir.i, aa. .Ui riifc,. Writ. ,, i. Comiakev af fW i. u.. I '"k- THK tJt-OLs lilf lu.. Tart Cuauaia wwousae e( vuicago. Manager snuiaia. lit CUrk luoi, Ciui-tao. "'' Ih.ar'nBuoi'n'of S8& i.,.i.t. T..--ri .-1 "io .also noor spaoe a wno ess a n. or 'it win v. 7 AiZi. t-n-.'7?.-.r v" r".u,u 10 ROOM 1 ROOM ROOM lZsL?Ztlj?f the telegraph offlc. ani" on the "..mnSoV" number of grain firms. It would be a Darticular annd mn tn. . Price 320.0 Sixth Floor. StITB OiOi This consists of two rooms, both lWxllM: Each of them has a - large burglar-proof vault, have been newly decorated and are rooms wherS any business or professional man may be comfortable. Price forhs two I36.W R. C. PETERS & CO., Ground Floor, Rental Agents. Bee Buildinjc f. or"it wm b'.u SSr." .f.nl.K.w.,, w.0.uld Uk in a flrepreof buKd- andwhTlo'ltVce1i8.hbt- 'Jr? roomHt h'V-iuVlonary wh stand. and while It facea the west, being on the nfth floor It Is light and for SSSttSTl&n ,ofc'!e..r ?a ,nit..be,",Wly decor"d. Sit. 18i20f;;t:.ndltca7beTe;tVdUl.t. PrlcVlWM Bail This room faces tha court anil I. t. T. ' r?.";:- "c.74, .Tumbe "f'.'r'a.n'flr'm.t' 2&?lT ? "S " me floor wit h. numper or grain firms. It would be a particular e-ood room ir . ...i. tiJZ oesinng nrst-ciass aocommodavtlon . " The Animals All the Parts Laving of the World MOW READY Complete in Twenty-Four Parts At The Bee Office . Price 10c each By mail 15 c BUSINESS STIMULATORS ; UISIS ADS 11 ! '