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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE; TUESDAY, JULY 14. 1003.
V TOUCHING UP POET MILTON NichoY Band fnm the Hsw Hu run with Omaha Pitcter. EIGHT GOOD HITS IN OUR INNINGS GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE Dra Batere Dow rittsbarg la Flrat. at 111 la Defeat la Last. PITTPBfRO. Thea Boarko Pate Ha4tnoa la tae tot, bat Kaasas City Tram AN ready' Haa tba Ota to II Credit. "Kid" Nichols' band from the Kaw tooK the locals Into camp yeeterday with great guato to (he tune of 1 to 3. Milton etarted In to pitch or tbe loraia and the visitor promptly felt on 4lrra and made his curves lock bad for hta record. They lambaated the ball and awatted It In every possible tyle for four Innings, and then Henderson went In, but It was too late and the lada from the Kaw bad their batting rags on, al though he Was no easy mark: for them Nichols, meanwhile, was a puszle for the Rourkottea and hn.mnde them all look like 30 cents with the Chfthge taken out. . Nichols, Waldron and eKetcham were amtUtia aoriM. for the visitors all the time ind they earned most of their runs. Out alde of Carter none of the locale got more than one hit off of Nichols and they were well-scattered, except In the first, when they aided In bringing In a run. Omaha secured Ita run In the flrat on a Ingle by Carter, a sacrifice by Oenlns, a swat of Miller's and an error of Mesaitt'a. In the ninth they got another. Shugart reached first on an error and circled the diamond on the singles of Welch and Thomas, but Wright and Oondlng pushed the ball Into the air and there was nothing more doing. . As for Kanaaa City their scores came In very how and then when they bunched their hits, and good, hard ones they were mostly. Both teams meet again on the Vinton street grounds thla afternoon to amuse the fsna and work for their salaries. The score: ' ''; KANSAS CITT. AB. R. BH. Ketrham, rf b 3 I tvaldron. rf I Streth. lb 4 Jacobs. K".. 4 feiter. Coolly, Stanley, renter. Moraa, e AVtlrhlo, Omn'tar, ef... 1 lb... I If... t rf... I 5 t Aubrey, M. Malirkcr, P Totals e i i ii i; i t , e July IS Boston won the in the. nr.t nn nff wnn lour nna. After that Wllhelm kept hits scattered until the ninth, when three mm ana inree er rors eonred four more rune. Malarkey kept the hits scattered throughout. At tendance, b2u. Score: Boston. , prTTSBrna. R.H.O.A.a. n.n.w.n .m m Reeemonl, i 1 i 1 rhrln, rf... I S t Wagner, Be., t 4 Brenaf'14, lb I 11 tjLeerh. lb ... Ill 1 Hltrhey. I.. 1 1 4 Kruaer, II., I Smith, ... liWIIhelm. B - iKeaaaay , I It 11 II 4 I Total . sBatted for Wllhelm !n ninth. Boston 4 MM Blttsburg 0 110 9 Twn-Heae hits: Cooler (21. Aubrey. Three-base hits: Sebrlng. Leach, m.ni.v HarTlflre hits: Warner. 1-each, Atihrev. Stolen base: AbbatWchlo. Io.ible niava- Waarnar to Rttchey to Branefleld, Anhrev to Abbattlchlo to Cooler. Bases on balls: Off Wllhelm. 6". off Malarkey. 2. Struck out: By Wllhelm, 8: by Malarkey, 6 Wild pitch: Maiaraey. lime: i:oo. . jjra plre: . ISmslle. Claelaaatl Baaebcs and Wlas. CINCINNATI. Jul . IS. Cincinnati bunched hits In the seventh and won to day'a game. Taylor was not hit ae hard as Hahn, but tne latter Kent many oi mo una scattered. Attendance, s,uuu. ocure: rivrlMMATt l NEW TURK. R.H.O.A K. R.H.O.A B. TVmlla. II... 4 114 l Brown., rf . .. 1 t 1 4 V vann . it' i i iTnrrT' i a a A i' I n Anrels defeated the Saratoga. ty a score n, .y , U k I II ft V V , in 7 The former scored in wie timu. i r iiuu wsatajua. iiiiw aa iiniv fourth, ninth and tenth Innings, and trie atter in ine nrai, urunu, nun tnnlnga. It took two umpires to eei mo r-.,r.l atralaht. The Swamp Angola now challenge any tesm whose members svernge LK years or sge, tne acrepir.ntT m u e:ii to Kmll Larson of 1113 Ames sveniie. The Toting victors ofiraiwi m hjum. Tenth Street Stars by a score of to 4. Oelwela Wlas la Teatb. WEBSTKTt CITT. Ia., July IS 8peclat Telearam.) Webater City lost an exceea- Weeks, If.... Kahl. 3n , Webster, tb. Mesaitt, c... Nichols, p.... Totals .....I I 4 I 4 1 0 A ' 1 0 0 1 I PO. I . I 4 17 II I 00 ooo Oremlnger, seymaor, el. I I Iiolan, rf.... 4 1 Berkley, lb.. 1 I StetnfeMt, lb I 4 Daly, lb 4 4 Keller, aa... 1 1 Bercea, 4 4 Halui, 9 4 i in i Totals . Cincinnati New York , Two-baae hits: lln. Three-base rf.. 4 r'MrOann, lb.. 4 l.Mertea, If.... 1 CiBbb. a..... 4 Brea'han. lb 1 Oloilbert. lb... 1 1 Bowerauui, e 4 O.Tejlor. b 4 xl Totals ... 4 14 14 11 .0 0001040 0 0110SOOO-4 hlt : Howerman. Double rf. U ....I. ....... Carter. Oenlns, s Miller. If. Bhugart. tb Welch, f Thomas, lb.( Hie key, tb. ......... Oonfllng, o.... , Milton, p Henderson, p..M. "wrigni ..'....85 7 OMAHA. AB, .......4 .3 4 1J 17 ..4 :i ..i ..a ..l i R. BH. PO. A. K. 11 0 1 0 4 a play: Kellev to BecRiev. irsi nase on balls: Oft Hahn, ; oft Taylor, 4. Sacrifice hit: Bresnanan. nu oy pucnea wit: uou, Btruck out: Hy liann. t. iert. on oases Cincinnati, ; New York, . Wild pitches Taylor (2). Time:. I.JO. Umpire: Oiay Fhlllles Easily Dowi Ralnts. 8T. I.OUI9, July 13. Philadelphia had iiia trnnhle wlnnlnST from 8t. Ixiiils today. the score being 4 to 1 At no stage of the game were the locale dangeroua. A catch by Wolverton In the laat inning waa the feature of the game. Attendance, i,jw. Score: PHILADELPHIA. I IT. LOUIS. R.H.O.A w.a. ef.. ( 4 1 e remit flleMoo. lb.. 1 111 UDooorao, rl. 1 WolVt'B, lb. 1 4 1 1 llBmoot, cf.... 1 Kelatar. rl... 4 4 4 1 Barclay, If... 1 Tito. If 1114 t-Bqrke. lb.... I n.rr?. lh.... 4 4 4 4 OHackett. lb.. 4 Halawltt, as. 1 I I eDraont. a.. 4 Zlmroer. ... 4 I 4 1 J. O'Nall. o. 4 J7 14 1-1 t IB a-7 Totals 4 Batted for Henderson. Buns r Innings: Kanaaa City ....... I' Omaha '..1 0 Hlta by Innings; Kansas City .l ft Omaha .....) 1 Earned runs: Kansas City. i. Left on bases: Kansas' City, 4; 'Omaha, 4. Baaea on balls: Off Nichols, 1; off Milton, 1 Struck out: By Nichols, ff; by Henderson, 4. Sacrifice hits: Oenlns, Kahl. Two-baas hits: Miller, Nichols (2), Strelb, Waldron. Throe-baae hlta: Waldron (2), Nichola. Passed ball: Oondlng. Time: 1:26. Um pire: . McCarthy. . gtaadlast at tba 1-eaasa. Played. ' Won. Lost Spark. B. Totals 4 4 4 1 1 4 I IT 11 1 nrova. p ikl. O'Nall uOUBloavy R.H.O.A.E Ib. 4 114 I I 10 Stock Ugrktt ia Oomo'ete Control of the Bear Element, Ingly sensational ten-lnnlng game of ball today to Oelweln. by the score of 4 to 1. The locals goi nine mm w i" .....v... -elKht, but the Oelwelna succeeded In bunch ing their hits. Tne features oi inn mnmt were the three-bBgera for Budd and the two-baae hlta of Isarr lor the locals, ids score by Innings: - , Oelweln 0 1MMIMM Webster City . ...0 OOOOneie li Batteries: Lander and Moore, Yeasler and White. The same teams play tomorrow. MrCeok Flalshes BtroasT. M'COOTC. Neb.. July IS. (Bpeclal Tele gram McCook won from Holdreere thla arternoon ry great oatung in ino ion of the ninth.. Score: It.HX McCook .: 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 J Holdrege 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 B u " Hatterles?. McCook. Moore ana trenner; Iloldreae. Pendirgrsft end Burman. 'Two- baea hits: .Burman J), Pendergraft, Mar' yott.- Threer-base fill: Townsena. d on balls: Off Pendergraft, 5. Hit by pitched balls: Kennedy (2J, Maryott. i,mpir: Burney, f Crestea Bats Oat Tlctory. ATLANTIC. Ia.. July lS.-Speclal Tele gram.) crest on s naro nititns. vuuijiea wnn Atlantic s ana conuuion, ukiui nucc men crippled, won' the game for the visitors toriav by the neat scori of S to . Batteries: Crea'ton, Havlland snd Corbltt! Atlantic, Alberaon, Lambert and Perry. Base hits Cretton, IS; Atlantic, 4. Struck out: By Alberaon. 1: by Havllnnd, 0. Bases on balls: Off Alberaon, l; on iiavnana, rror; Creston. 5; Atlantic, a, xne aame teams play again tomoirow. Red Cload Wlas Closa Oaaae. PRICES ARE THC LOWEST IN YEARS Fairarable Crap Rews Is Igaored aad tba gtaadard Railroad , Beearltles Are tbe Ones Most Affected ; by tba Blama. NEW TORK. July U.-Increased weak neaa waa ahown by the atock market In the early dealings, and a number of the Issues, Including several of the standard clasa, touched the loweat price In yeara. The opening waa fairly steady, with In dications of good support, but valuea eoon receded under the vlgoroua onslaughts of the bears, together with a renewal of laat week's liquidation. London reported Weak and hesitating market for Americana. Stocka that made heavy declines In the first hour Included Pennsylvania, New Tork Centra, Northwestern, Atchison, Rock Island, 8L Paul, Illinois Central. Wabash, the tractions, Metropolitan, Manhattan and Brooklyn Rapid Transit and Amalgamated Copper. The bonds of the United States Steel cor poration went to the lowest point In their history. On the curb prlcea yielded In sym pathy with the regular market. Bualness waa fairly large In volume and more stop loss orders came out Middle West tbe Sellers. Commission houses - with middle west connections were prominent In the selling movement Boston sold also. Aside from the general feeling of pessimism, there was no news to account for the weakness a yield of from thirty to fifty bushels to the acre. Hay haa been cut quite generally and la excellent both In quality and yield. The lack of rain In Nebraska has dried the ranges and pastures considerably. CLEVELAND BOOM A COMEDY Bryaa Rldlealea Beaoailaatloa Mova neat, Deelarlag laweet Weald pall Tragedy. MILWAUKEE!. July 18.-W. J. Bryan waa Interviewed today concerning Drover Cleve land's chances of the prealdentlal nomina tion. "It la a comedy aa It now stands," said he, "but a tragedy If It should succeed." Mr. Bryan declared that all he desired to see was the nomination of some one who would stand by democratic prlnclplea. "By democratic principles,' 'said he, "I mean the principles enunciated at the Kanaaa City convention of the democratic party, the last opportunity the party had to d .clare the principles on which It stands." Asked If there was any danger of the old line or-Cieveland democrats, capturing the next convention, Mr. Bryan said: "I do not think such a thing Is a probability. If there were such a probability danger would be the right word to use in connec tion with the results It would work to the democratlo party." turn riniTi Neb.. .Tulv IS. (Special Telegram.) Red Cloud took the first game of the market and such encouragement aa from Olltner In a hotly contested gsms today by a score or 3 to z. Beverai errors were made on each side. Score: Red Cloud 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 Giltner 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 S Batteries: Red Cloud, Schaub and Whit comb; Giltner, O'Nell and Jeffriea. Won by tbe Soldiers. The Koteras of South Omaha and Com pany H. Twenty-second Infantry, played a game on the post diamond Sunday, which resulted In a score of 10 to 7 In favor of the soldier boys. The game waa exciting throughout and many senaatlonal plaa 1 80 81 S3 86 89 41 P.O. .603 .04 .631 ,491 " .46.1 .891 .ait Milwaukee, 60 41 Colorado Springs.... 66 43 Kansas City. . ...... ..44 . 84. St. Joseph Ot . ,30 nariTer ..wa-a... 63 ivSO- eorla 6t Dea Moines 4 26 Omaha . 68 - - 23 Games today: Kansas City at Omaha, 8t Joseph at Dee Moines, Milwaukee at Denver, Peoria at Colorado 8prings. GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE Lee's Fltcbla . Daeldea Catest ta Washlagrtoa's Favor, Eatlrely KoaalaealasT Laula. WASHINGTON, July 18. Washington truik tnriav'a came from St Louis mainly (through Lee's pitching, he allowing the viaitnra onlv three singles. The fielding r i;.. visitors was poor on account of the soft conditions of tbe diamond. At tendance, ESI. Score: WASHINGTON. ST. 1AIU i. R.H.O.A.E. Vorae. as. I 111 1 Barken. If. Krma. of..,. 4 4 Clarke, lb..."l I .VI bach, it.. 4 8 'Ourtln, rf... 1 I Hoblnaon, IB 4 1 Kiitri, - a, e t e. Totals ... 4 1 17 11 4 x Batted for J. O'Nell In ninth. x Batted for Brown in ninth. Philadelphia 0 8 8 0 1 0 0 0 1-0 Bt Louis 0 OOOOOStO-4 Earned rune: Philadelphia, 1; St Louis, Two-bsse hits: Donovan, Farrell, Burke, Oleaaon, Tltua. Three-base hit: Hulawitt Sacrifice hUs."i Gleason, Keister, Barry. Double play: Wolverton to Gleason. Stolen bases: Burke, Zlmmer. Bases on balls: Oft Brown, ; OtT. eparas, i. oiruca out: cy Brown. 7: by Sparks, e. Left on bases: Phlladeipnia, e; ou iouis, a. xtius. :ta. Umpire: Moran. Brooklyn ' Wlas la Thirteenth. CHICAGO. July 13. Brooklyn won today's game In the tnirteentn inning, aiisr two men had been put out on two hlta follow ing Tinker's wild throw of Garvin's easy grounder. The game waa loosely played nn ttfktn siaes. iour iiauimna mbi uuuum by the locals being the only featurea. At tendance, i.vw. ecore: BROOKLYN. I ' CHICAOO. n.H.o.A.E. R.U.O.A.B Straaa. lb... 1 114 O'Sl.ale. If.... 1.1 4 11 Sheekant. If. 1 I 4 4 HCaaer. lb.... 4 Dobb. f.. lie elchaace, lb.. 1 should have reaulted from' laat week's favorable crop news was entirely Ignored. . The end of the first tiour br&ught a par tial recovery In some Issues and the volume of trading diminished materially, but the tone of the list continued feverish and unsettled. A partial rally In the second hour gave way to another selling movement In the course of which prices fell to a lower level than at the opening. Baltimore A Ohio, Reading and Southern were made by both teams. The superior Pacific were the especial objects of Inter est New Tork Central, . 8t Paul, Illinois Central and Consolidated Gas all made further declines. To show the extreme sensitiveness of the market Lackawanna Jumped 6 points be tween sales of 100 share lota. The second decline was followed by another rally just before noon. SlaTaUftcaat Featare. A ala-nlflcant feature of the day'a opera Hons waa the hold-oft attitude of several large commission houses which have hith erto been prominent on one aide or the Dor la. lb. Dan lea, as.. Rltter, .... Flood, lb... Jordan, rf.. Uarria. s... ' Totals '., 4 1 II 1 4 14 1 4 114 4 1 0 f Cook. Tinker, aa. , Brora, lb... H a-ley, rt. 4 111 (Wooes, rf 14 4 4 4 14 it 11 Kilns, a. Lund-roa, B. den-fee, p., iReub , 111 411 I 1 Heldrlck, R.H.O.AB. 4 114 4 of. 4 1 4 4 4 1 A A I 4 tl'rtel. tb 14 111 1 B ii'Anda ewallaoe. lie 14 1 4 1 Kahoe. Hill, lb Hemphill, lb 1 I 14 4 I as.. 4 114 1 4 411 I Total ... 4 I Mil I xBatted for Cook in the third Brooklyn ..8 00080000000 8-4 Chicago ...1 002000010000 1 Left on bases: Chicago, 6; Brooklyn, IS. Two-base hits: Cook, Dobbs, Rltter. Sacrt flca hit: Jordan. Stolen bases: Slagle. Chance (2), Tinker. Double plays: Casey to Evers to Chance, Tinker to Slagle to Evers, Menefee to Evers to Chance. Struck out: By Menefee, 8; by Garvin, 6. First base on balls: Off Luncren. 1: off Menefee, L Wild pitches: Menefee, Garvin, lilt with pitched ball: Chance. Mime: i:w. umpire: jooo stone. taadlagr ml tba Teaaaa. Played. Won. Lost P.C. c. I a , ijeudaoa, Total H I , 4 i e e "l "l 14 la 4 a MoiiMH 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-8 Total ... I 4 It 10 Washington Two-base hlta: Martin. Coughlln. Three base hit: Roblnaon. Double play: Rob inson to Moran to Clarke. Xrlef to Wallace VT a--.n irirat base on balls: Off Lee. 8. AJmplre: Htmrk out: By Lee. b; oy duo- vX U(t M biuies: Washington. 4; Lobs. 4 Crawford, rl. 1 Carr, lb 4 Mcuulro, o... 4 Yeefer, lb... McAIUater. If I Smith, lb.... 1 Bt. Louis, O'Laughlln. , Detroit Dmi few York. NEW TORK, July IS. -Detroit began the series today with ctory over Griffith s team. Donovan and Cheobro Pitched .rKvU, hat tie. Attendance. 843. Soore: DETROIT. I - ' HW amt. R.H.O.A! Rll0..B. Barrett, el... 41 Keir, n.... ; e . a 1 trrun., ....... . - 18 4 1 William, lb. 4 4 1 4 I 1 1 4 MoFarl'4, If. 4 4 4 4 I 14 4 lCnror. .., 4 11 S 4 COanael, lb... 4 4 14 4 - 1 eOreea, lb.... 4114 114 eo'Coaaor, . 4 4 4 4 iHworaa. .. 1 1 4 BCheaoro, s... J . ull e 4 4 4 Touis ...4 in r I T eta la ... I 1 17 11 t Ratted for Chesbro In the ninth. rVtoi 0 000031004 New York 0 0 0 0 0-8 Two-base hit: McAllister. Three-base hit: Crawferd. Sacrifice hit: Parent First base on balls: Off Donovan, 1 First base en errors: New Tork. 1. Struck out: By Donovan. 4; by Cheabro, 6. btolen baa Conroy, fmlth,' Donovan 0!. Left aa baaea:' New Tork. 8; Detroit. I Paasl balls: O'Connor. 1: IcQulre, i. Time 1:46. Croplre: Sheridan. - Poalpoaed Qaaaea. At Boston Claveland-BoBlon game post- A . r.tn ' Phiuuelptila Chicago-Philadelphia game postponed: rain. taadlac af tbe Teams. Played. Won. Loet Boston .......... ..v.?e 44 84 phllsdelphla'M 70 . 40 80 Cleveland . CM Jl New York 44 83 31 Detroit ...).-,,... r f? Chicago i 83 88 St. Lols . 28 84 Waahlnatoa ......... ea .80 48 Gamea today: Chicago Bt 1-ouls at Washington, Pittsburg . New Tork Chicago ... Cincinnati Brooklyn . Boeton .... St. Louis . Philadelphia ,.T8 ..69 ..74 ..e ..8 ..70 ..78 ..70 60 44 43 80 85 28 2 81 batting of Company H won the game. Games la Three-I Leagae. At Dubuque Rock Island, 6; Dubuque, 8. At Rock ford Rock ford. 10; Decatur, 8. EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS Mora Aatl-Bettlagc Warrants Served I oa Washington Park Officials. CHICAGOi July 13. Twenty constables were engaged for the fourth time by At- otner. These discourage any action by tha!r the turf men ruled oft at Detroit to serve warrants on ofBclala and bookmakers at the Washington Park track today. Only one constable was admitted to the track. He cerved the warrants quietly. The men ar rested were: Lawrence Young, president of the club: Secretary James Howard and nine bookmakers. The Bookmaker naa ail neen arrested In the previous raids. Those ar rested at once gave bonds and racing went on as usual. Results: First race, six furlongs: Nannie Hoage won, Age-le Lewis second, Ralnland third. Time: 1:HH. second race, six ana one-nan luriongs. Klale L. won Runnels second, Golden Rule third. Time: 1:19. Third race, one mile: Bad News won, Bondsge second, Postmaster Wright third. Time: 1:40. Fourth race, seven and one-Tiair fur longs: Barries won. Alee second, TTavers third. Time: 1:36. - Fifth race, one mile and twenty yards: Harry wnn, lampoon .second. Captain Ar nold third". "Time: 1:144, ..... Sixth race, Ave furlongn:' Silk Maid Won, Witchcraft second, Shawana third. Time: :00. , NEW YORK. July IS Results: First race, six furlongs, selling: Sailor Knot won: Tom Cod second, Sir Walt third. Time: 1:16. , miles, selling: Walter Clearly won. Tankard aecond, Lord Radnor third. Time: 4:86. Third race, one mile and one furlong. handicap: Ron Mot won. Himself second. Setauket third. Time: 1:66. Fourth race, five furlongs, tbe Distaff stakes: Possession won. Monsoon second, Semltlo third. Time: 1:02. . Fifth race one ana one-sixteenth miles. selllna-: Anklet won. The Reaent aecond. Carroll D. third. Time: 1:52. Sixth race, six Turlons-s: Tristesse won. Albany Girl aeoond. Nut Blanche third. Time: 1:18. PT. LOUIS. July 13.-Results: First race, four and one-half furlongs. purse: Ingolthrtft won. Bustler second, uusty unier mira. rime: v:b. FOURTH MISHAPS CLAIM MORE Iadependenee Day Deatb List Cob- tlaaes ta Grew Bigger Dally. ST. PAUL, Minn., July 18,-Paul Lorena, aged 13, died at the hospital from lockjaw. He was accidentally shot in the hand by a playmate on the Fourth of July. He la the second victim ef tetanus. PITTSBURG, Pa.. July M.-Slx boyg have died of tetanue since July 4. All were Vic tims of the toy pistol. HARRISBURO. Pa., July 13,-Four deaths from tetanus of boys ranging in age from I to It), have occurred in Harrlsburg sine yesterday, resulting from slight wounds In flicted on the Fourth of July from toy pistols. DETROIT, July 13.-Barrett Snow, aged 12, died this evening from lockjaw, result ing from a wound Inflicted with a toy pis tol on the Fourth. Two other boys, Israel Osturats and Wil liam May, suffering from similar Injuries, are not expected to recover. .633 .581 .628 .&W .400 .354 .300 Games today: Boston at Pittsburg, Brook lyn at Chicago, Philadelphia at bt. Louis, rew xora; at tjincinnati. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES Oles Baaeh aa Vela, Easily Defeating St. Panl, Wba Falls to nit. MINNEAPOLIS. July 11 St Paul eouM not hit today and the locals bunched on Vols in the third for two doubles, two singles and a triple. Stlrnmel Is troubled with a sore arm and retired in the sixth in favor of Williams. Attendance, 1,100. score: MINNEAPOLIS 8T. PAUL. R.H.O.A. St. R.H.6 A M D. Sir a. eiiiis sioeir. aa e 1 I 1 11 VHhaanoa, a- 4 4 14 114 ejarkaon, rr. 1111 4 4 4 Sr-louraor, If. 4 4 114 OHu.glna. tb. 1111 14 1 K.lle,, lb... 1 H t 4 11 1 1 Wheeler, lb. 1 I 1 I 1 I It 1 J. Sul'T'a, 1 1 I I it vvoit, b 1 f Ipooner, lb.. 1 Lallr. If 1 Veebluaer, It Smith, rf.... 4 Orler, a.... 1 Kclotyre, lb. I Martin, lb... I Lodwl. ... 4 fitlmmell, WllUama, n it "i TeUl I 1 M 14 clients. The beet support of the day came from London houaes, buying for that account in the first session aggregating fully 26,000 shares, chiefly Union Pacific and Canadian Pacific and Atchison. Reports credit the Pittsburg bull party with heavy losses. Chicago, according to reliable information,, sold largely on bal ance. Further improvement is shown by the list In the second. -hour of the after noon session. Trading fell off In a marked degree and the market, became more nar row. Almost complete recovery waa made by a number of active lsiuea at the beginning of the last hour. t The comparative lackof offerings caused the bears to cxerciaInv3re.. caution, and covering was general, arith aim oat complete. recoveries throughout the entire list In fact, there were net gatna in a number of stocks, notably New York Central, South ern Pacific, .Canadian Pacific . Atchison, United States Steel and'Tenneese Coal and Iron. The close, however, was irregular. MRS. MARY GRBGOVICH OI Phlllpsbarg, Moatana, Tells How She Was Cared of Dandruff, Mrs. Mary Gregovich, of Phlllpsburg, Mon tana, under the date of Nov. 26, 1899, writes: "1 naa typnoia lever this sum mer, consequently was losing my hair terribly, and my head in places waa per fectly bald. Newbro's Herplcide had Just come into use in Phlllpsburg, and the doc tor strongly recommended it to me. After 0DELL HAS AC0STLY BLAZE Five Balldtngs Destroyed, Eatalllag a Loss of Tbirty-Flve Tboa samd Dollars. ODELL, Neb.. July 18. (Special Tele gram.) The worst fire in the history of the town started about 10:15 and burned for an hour in spite of all efforts to head It off. The town is without any means to cope with a Are of such magnitude and it practically burned Itself out It started In the Durfee livery barn from an unknown cause and spread with great rapidity. The total loss is estimated at 836,000 and there la some insurance, but how much could not be ascertained tonight Tbe following are the places destroyed: Durfee livery barn, together with seven horses, harness, carriages and feed. Charles Walker 4 Co., lumber yard. John Fyerbend, general store. Dr.' Woodward, ofIce. Henry Kaabarek, furniture. jpelle rco! 10 Everywhere ... Olk Rare Blend f Mild Tobacco Save the Bands MILES PLANS A LONG . RIDE General Proposes to Cover Thlrtv Leagaea with Ilelaye of Horses. EL RENO, Okl., July It Lieutenant General Miles arrived at Fort 8111 today and will leave tomorrow for a ninety-mile ride ui horseback to Fort Reno. Relays or fresh horses are arranged for each ten miles and every precaution has been taken to insure the long ride being made within schedule time. General Miles is familiar with every part of the route, having hunted and soldiered in this eectlon for years. SeconT race six furlongs selling: Dolly s or 4 applications my hair stopped falling Blttw' Gray won. Mlatle second. Kittle CuUdaah I , .i. ,.i-.,i?l ., L , I sale by third. Time: 1:16. out and la coming in again quite thick. II nip Them la tba Bad. If you have loss of appetite, headache. constipation cr biliousness take Electrla It cures or no pay. Only 60c. For Kuhn Co. Third race, live and one-half furlone-s. purse: Forehand won. Major Pelham aeo ond, Jehane third. Time: 1:09. Fourth race, one mile ana seventy yards. purse: Haa D or won. raDy Tosa second, Mauri Gonne third. Time: 1:4&. rirtn race, seven rurionga: miss Mae Day won. Bengal second, Orleana third. Time: 1:28. Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth mlu- Orpheum . won, Montana Peeress second. Murmur num. lime; J:W. ised to be troubled g eatly with dandruff, of which I am now quite cured." Kill the dandruff germ with Herplcide. Bold by leading druggists. Send 10c. In stamps for sample to The Herplcide Co., Detroit Mich. Sherman A McConnell Drug Co., special agents. EVENTS ON TROTTING TRACKS Detroit aad Colambag Seasoaa Opea .Before Small Crowds of Spectators. DETROIT, July 18. The opening of the GOSSIP OF COMMISSION ROW Oaloaa with Forty-Horse Power Seeat Arrive at tbo Row from California. Onions are strong. That Is, California onions, with a forty-horse-power scent warranted to kUl at forty roda, which have DENIES TRAFFIC PACT YARN Clover Leaf Proaldoat Declares Ma Arraagemeat le oa Foot with 'Frlsoo. TOLEDO, O., July It President Norton I of the Clover Leaf thla evening denied the story that a traflio arrangement had been made with the 'Frisco for traffic moving rrom tne aouinwesi to tne northeast Sammer Toars. If you have not decided where to go. or how to go, don't fall to get a copy. It is certainly worth sending for. and reading POLICE HUNT FOR MURDERER! ! Bundle .of Bloody Olothei Farniiuoa Only a V5U8 Clew. DOUBLE CRIME IS NOW SUSPECTED Slayer of a Row York Tea Morebaat t Tbonght Now to Havo Also Mmrdered His Womaa Accomplice. NEW TORK, July It In the opinion of the police the murderer of Charles W. Box- , bury, the tea expert who was fatally beaten late Friday, near hla home In the , Bronx, concludea his crime by putting his woman accomplice to death. That a second crime, and one of s re volting sature, haa been committed, the cfficiala say there is every reaaon for be lieving. A careful search of the entire city la being made to discover whether any young woman Is mlaalng. - Another search ia being made, and that over a territory wider than, the city, for the body of a murdered woman. There 14 but a vague clew upon which to base a search for the woman or her body. This Is the description furnished by the young woman, with whom Boxbury was walking, when he was assaulted by a man and woman. Roxbury's companion fled from the scene and her view of the mur derers waa only a brief one. The bundle of woman's clothing, of fine texture, soaked with blood, which waa found near the scene is the baota for the belief that the man who murdered Rox bury killed hla companion later to destroy all evidence agalnat him. In the bundle were, among other thlnga, a light shirt waist and a aklrt of da.k material. Indications are that the woman who wore the clothing was killed either by a blow delivered with a sharp Instrument on the back of the neck or her throat waa cut The shirt waist Is much stained with blood. irSflore CheaO II txcursiuns y a... - u 4Sk H llaht harnsas races of the Windsor DHvina-1 harl the, t.p nmneta tk.i. . , . carefully After you get It It tells all about ... i.i v.,v. . .ii w . . - . ... . - " " da7 Results: " t,"wu "f three months and have been playing the Pi""-" P " ucnrgan cen- roa.d fund levy, which will be subject to MONEY FOR JJSE OF COUNTY This Year'a Assessmeat Will Prodaee Total Raveaae of Over ., . 44O0,OO0. According to the official figures of the tax department Douglas county will raise for all purposes the sum of 8440,173.6 upon the assessment of this year. The exact amount-at the disposal of the county com missioners haa not yet been determined. for the actual assessments of the cities of Omaha and South Omaha have not' been aegregated from the grand total, and until that Is done the total receipts from the ce. purse iwo: Page Hall won in ralght heata. Time: :U'. 1:12H. fork, Cleveland at Boston. PC .ftl .S71 .437 .bid .438 it Philadelphia. Detroit at New Total Minneapolis 0 0 4 0 0 0 8 0 4 ou aui v v i i i v e u Two-base hits: Spooner. Lally. D. finlll van, Kellev. Three-base hit: Oyler. Double riaya: oyier to Martin to Bpooner, Mc ntyre to Spooner. First base on balls Off Stlrnmel, 3: off Williams, 8: off Vols, 4. Struck out: By Williams. 1; by Vols, t Hit by pitched ball: By Vols, 1. Passed ball: Ludwlg. Sacrifice hlte: Spooner, Shannon. Jackson. Lsft on bases: Minne apolis. ; St. Paul, 4. Umpire: Cunning ham. Time: 1:46. Staadla of the Teams. Played. Won. 7 41 .....71 ....71 .....70 .....40 fi 70 67 Milwaukee .. ?t. Paul ndlana polls Louisville .. Kansas City Columbus ... Minneapolis Toledo Oamea today: Louisville at Milwaukee. Indianapolta at Kanaaa City, Columbua at Minneapolla, Toledo at 8t Paul. . Ameoa Amatear Ball Players. In a ten-lnnlng game at Twelfth street and Ames avenue Sunday the Swamp ' 43 43 35 n 29 2 24 Loet 23 28 29 S5 83 40 41 41 PC. .477 .4 .M .460 23 oi 'V- Established 1023. vjilsoh 2:30 pace, purse 8T00 tnres strai J:12. 2:13 trot, purse 8600: Judge Cullen won In three straight heats. Time: 2:11U, 3:13, t:114. 2.15 pace, purse 8400: Darky won the first and second heata In-2:11H and 2:10 and Wayne Kina won the third and fourth heats In 2:0SVi and 2:12. This race waa not finished and will be concluded to morrow. COI.UMBTJB. O.. July It The summer meeting of the Columbus Driving Park aaaoclatlon opened today before a small crowd. Reaults: 1:30 trot, nurse IW0: Robtsola won the second and third heats and race in 3:H14 and 8:17, while Patchen Maid took the nrat heat In 2:14. 2:18 pace, puree 81,000: Robert D. won In two straight heats In 3:124 and l:12. 2:14 trot, purse n.wo: joymaner won in two straight heats In l:n and 2M. 1:30 pace, purse 3300: Five Points won In two straight heata in 3:12 and 2:10. AMERICAN SHOT COMES THIRD Btsley Coateat Proves Sapromaey of Krag-Jorgeasea Over Other Service BUes. BISLET. Bng., July It In the Walde- mv romnetltlon. which waa won tortav hv Major Oxley, with n segregate of 49 points, the American, U. ti. UkiI, was tnira wltn 97polnts. Cook used the Krag-Jorgensen serv ice rifle. while his opponents were armed with the flnet match rifles. At the flret ranse of (WO yards he made the hlR-heat poih1e. and nls shooting la admitted to rank with the flneat on record and la held to prove the superiority of te Krag-Jorgepan over all other service rifle. fed WOLrlpot IVTwTTTXZS FXj animisms, ea . bully at I cents per pound. A car of them Signalled their approach yesterday morning from Albright and got a clear track. But they will probably be the laat for the local onions are practicing up and expect to get Into town In a few days with the real bouquet Bartlett Pear, the first ef the season, with 300 boxes of hla cousins and his aunts, reg istered on the row yesterday from Call fornla, and will go Into the provision bus! neee here. It must be admitted that -som of the Pears are little green, but a little Nebraska sun will ripen them in experience, xney are aireaay not favorites at 83 per box. In the Texas exhibit were a carload of potatoes, which came in yesterday to break the strike and are taking their time at 80 cento. A hot favorite and warm mem ber waa a consignment of green peppers. the flrat of the season, who had shipped in to be here for the catsup season. Another bunch of Texana who seem to be up agalnat 4 frost are some summer squashes, which have been here several daya, but find no purchasers. And they only ask 81.60 per box. The tomatoca are down to 66 cents today and "get thee to a cannery" will soon be the word. tral as well aa the New Tork and New England resorts. Address, O. W. Rugglee, G. P. A T. A, Chicago. CORN IS ' GROWING RAPIDLY B. e M. Crop Balletla Shows Decided Imarovemeat aad Bala Headed Sooa. The B. A M. crop bulletin for laat week Omaha Golfer Seeks Haaor. CHICAGO. July 13-Entriea closed this evening for the ope" aolf championship tournament of the Weetem Golf associa tion to bs held at Milwaukee on ThunWy nd Friday. The open champion. Willi Anderson, snd national amateur champion, fiula James, have decided to rtlav. Among hs other entrlea are the following pro 'esalonals: W. P. Sherwood of the Omaha Coiintrv club. Thames O'Nell of Des Moines and Gilbert Nichols of St Louis. Traasaorts Follow Cablo I.lae. SAN FR4NCISCO. July U.-Beainnlng at an early date the army trananorta plvtne between Sen Franriaeo and Manila will. It la aatd. follow the route of the new trana perlfle cable, paaelne within "tamal distance and nnaalhlv a toe ulnar at Mldwav Island shows a decided Improvement in corn and a generally dry condition throughout the territory of the road, which must be re lleved within ten days to prevent serious damage. There have been tight ahowers along the western reaches of the road, but the ground Is generally dry. With the hot weather corn haa grown rapidly and ta about two weeks late, wnere It was front thrse to six weeks late a week earlier. Wheat Is being harvested in eastsrn Nebraska and Kansas aad ia running from twenty to thirty bushels to the acre. Ia tbe western part of the state the wheat has not been touched yet. but is doing finely and promises to yield better than ever before la the history of the state. Arrest Ceases a Soasatloa. BLOOMINOTON. III.. July 1S.-A tre mendous sensation waa created here at noon today by the arrest or Maude Jordlne. the 17-year-old daughter of Andrew Jordlne, the fatner oi tne muraerea baby. The girl le charged with the crime, and other warrants are in preparation which will prove equally sensational. The alle gations are thai the defendant had a Dedal intereat la the removal of the baby and was a principal in ins murder. Tne crime for which Maude Jordlne waa ar rested was the brutal murder of her sister. Mabel, the z-year-oia. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew jordlne, on Thursday night Haatlac for Kldd's Treasare. NEW TORK. July It Another search for Captain Kldd's treasure haa corns to naught, aa all there is to show for It is a big hole In the celler of the house con nected with a big coffee mill In Brooklyn. The manager of the plant haa stopped the treasure searcn, in spite or tne race that Henrv Endum. sn engineer. Is positive that the "spirits" which caused the search were playing no idle lose wnen iney iranamittel to him the Information that Captain Kldd had deposited 150,000 worth of loot In the ground on which the building stands. Ford Memorial Wladew. NEW YORK. July It In memory of his friend, I'aul iveicemer roro, tne novelist, George W. Vanderbllt has executed a hand some stained glasa window which will be nlaced in All Souls church, which Mr. Vanderbllt erected at Blltmore, N. C, for the benefit of the members of his house hold and for the use of the Inhabitants of the immediate nelghDornood. Tbe window Is in American opalescent glaas. The sub jeet ie 'The Entombment of Christ appropriation by the commissioners, can not be ascertained, for the reason that one-half of the amount collected for the road fund In Omaha Is the property of the Park board, and one-half of the amount collected for the same fund In South Omaha goes for the Improvement of streets and parks in that city. The general fund . levy of 9 mills will produce 3230,842.49; the bridge fund levy of 2V mills, 863,4.03; the road fund levy ol 8H mills, 394.B77.64; the sinking fuad levy of 1 mills, v43,890.42, and the soldiers' re lief fund levy of .8 of a mill, 37.78 .08. It Is expected that the money at the disposal of the Omaha Park commission from the county road fund will cloaely approximate 832,000. Real F.stata Exebaage Waate Breea The members of the Real Estate exchange 111 aak the city council to eppoint John V Rreen aa attorney to represent tbe city In the litigation In the federal court over the collection or taxes irora tne railroads by local assessment FROM OSU3AHA CHICAGO,' ILL' '....I '. ' . . .tU. On sale June 30th and July 1st, Atlanta. Ga $33.10 On sals July 8, and T.. Boston, Masa ',...'..83315 On sale June 80, July 1-3-3-4. . Detroit Mich 82LO0 On eale July 14 and la. Baltimore, Md 83X25 On aale July IT and 18. Saratoga Springs, N. T SStZO . On sale July 8 and 4. Buffalo, N. T $41.60 Pittsburg, Pa 338.40 Waterloo, I a, ..11.S6 . St Paul, Minn 812.50 Minneapolis. Minn . ,..,.$13.60 Duluth, Minn , .314.60 Watervllle, Minn 110.50 Waseca. Minn 310.60 Falrbault, Minn ,......$10.50 Northfleld, Minn $10.60 Clear Lake, la $10.70 Spirit Lake, (Okobojl) 39 93 Tickets on sale dally during Juno, July, August and September, good for return unUl Oct 31. 1903. Above rates are for round trip tickets, Homaseeker's round trip tlckete on sale to points in the North, Northwest, South and Southeaat, on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays In each month.- Also one way colonist rates to points in the South and Southeast on same dates. Summer tours via, Duluth or Chicago and Steamer via tbe Great Lakes. - Write tne about your trip and let me give - you an itinerary, shew ing time, connections, cost etc Sleeping Car and Steamer reserva tion made In advance. Correspondence solicited and in formation cheerfully given at 1402 Farnam St, Omaha, or write. W. II. BRILL. DUt. Psss. Agt. III. Central R. R. OMAHA, NEB. 5 Maaager Arrested for Lareeay. NEW YORK. July 11 -Frank 8. Pllditch. for eighteen yeara New York manager for the ward low Hteel company of Sheffield. is today arreated on two indictments charging grand larceny and subsequently released In $5,000 ball. Marmeduke Ward- low of the firm came to this country last April to look Into the company's affaire. He found Pllditch had disappeared a day or two before his arrival and the book with him. The books were found later nd. It Is said, showed a shortage of something more than (40,000. Through counsel Pllditch offered to return and pay up ins auegea anoriage in oraer to avoid arrest. He was arreated today at the of fice of hla counsel. Seeond Trial Beglas. ST. LOUI8. July It Julius Lehmann, a former member of the house of delegates. went to bis second trial today on the charge of perjury In connection with the city lighting contract, in which 347,600 le alleged to have been divided among mem bers of the house combine. Lehmann was convicted on the first trial and sentenced to ths penitentiary, but the supreme court re versed the verdict end remanded the esse on a technicality. Judge Ryan Is hearing me case. EL'B-G beers Guaranteed Pure. None So Good. wrderfroaa H. May'Jk Comaaay 1 (Iest :y . the Nejgpjg.'.. Party Sius. Mc Is lee lack. A SAKIAEIXA CO.. Makerf. Taaps. 'la. 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