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THE OMAHA DAILY JEER ; FRIDAY , JULY 20 , 189J- .
FOLLOWED THE OTHER nvc
Tlilrd Game at Dos Moinw Wont the Waj
Bill Trafflej Wanted.
MR , HOLMES WAS 700 DEEP FOR OMAH/ /
IIo Took Jtovrngo for tlio Iliiniinnrlng ll <
Win fllven HVro Homo Days Ago
Lincoln Melted by tlio HU
DCS Molncs , 17 ; Omaha , 7.
Ht. Joe , 11 ; Lincoln , 5.
Brooklyn , 19 ; Baltimore , 8.
St. LoulH , 7 : ChlcnL'O , 1.
Cincinnati , X ; Flttshurg , C.
New York , 13 ; Washington , 12.
Detroit. 11 ; Indianapolis. 0.
Minneapolis , II ; Milwaukee , 10.
Toledo , 7 : Grand Rapids , 5.
DES MOINHS , July 19. ( Special Telegram
to The Uce. ) It Is a very sail message , bul
the truth must bo told , and hero It Is : PC
Ilourke's pets wore again badly beaten toda >
by Old BUI Trafiley's "colts. " The grounds
were very heavy after a shower about !
o'clock , nnd playing was disagreeable am !
dlfUcult. The ball was difficult to control
and consequently both pitchers were wild
The homo team , however , Ecemcd to bo ablt
to knock the ball nt will , -while the Omaha ;
were unable to touch Holmes' curves when
ho did get them over the plato. They were
unable to da anything till the seventh , when
by a combination of bases on balls and er
rors , with Uourkc'n homo run lilt , they piled
up seven scores. Score :
A.B. K. IB. PO. A. E.
McVlcker , of 7 3 3 3 0 (
Hoffman , If 7 2 3 1 0 (
Lawrence , 2I > 7 1 C 4 2 1
McF.addeti. Ib fi 0 1 11 0 (
Grlflln. BH fi 1 2 1 4 1
Trafllcy. c li 1 2 5 0 1
Graver , rf fi 2 2 0 0 (
Porter , 2b G 3 2 2 3 ]
Holmes , v t C 4 3 0 1 C
Total 51 17 21 27 10 4
A.B. H. IB. PO. A. E.
Beery , cf 3 0 0 1 0 !
Langsford. BS 3 1 0 2 5 1
McVcy , Ib 4 1 0 11 0 J
Moran , c. and rf
Hutchison. 2b 4 1 0 1 3 t
Fear , rf. nnd c
Jlourke , 3b I 1 1 4 2 C
Camp , If ]
AVhltchlll , p 3 1 0 2 1 C
Total 32 7 4 27 11 1
Des Molnes 0 4 3 0 1 fi 0 2 1-17
Omaha 00000070 0 1
Earned runs : Des Molnes * , 8 ; Omnhn , 4.
Two-base hits : Hoffman , McVlcker. Trnf-
Jley , Holmes , 2. Home runs ; Hourke.
Stolen bases : TrafHey. Double plays : Des
Molnes , 1 ; Omaha , 1. First base on balls :
By Holmes. 9 : by Whltehlll , 7. Hit by
Pitched ball : By Holmes , 1. Struck out :
By Holmes , C ; bv Whlteblll , 1. Passed
balls : Fear. 1. Wild pitches : Holmes. 2.
Time : Two hours and flvo minutes. Um
pire : Ward. Attendance , 400.
Siilntn Capture tlio Lint.
LINCOLN , July I9.-Sneclal Telegram to
The Bee. ) St. Joe had all the luck and the
larger proportion of hits on her Hdo today
nnd won handily. Hhe struck a lucUy etreak
of hitting in the sixth , when Jasper JHin-
son was hit for nine slug ! ' * : * , four of them
scratches. At other times Johnson did
splendid work , although poorly backed up ,
striking out fcveu men. Berg. KrKlsley's
Arkansas curiosity , tried It again , and only
the phenomenal lleldinff of Cole and Mc-
Klbben saved him. Corbett IIHH .ilready
been shown the plank , and Matty Mc-
Quald , late of Cincinnati , Joins the Pirates
at Omaha. Score :
Lincoln 0 12000040 7
Bt. Joe 11
Karncd runs : St. Joe , G ; Lincoln , 3. Base
lilts : St. Joe , 10 ; Lincoln , 12. terrors : St.
Joe , 2 ; Lincoln , 7. Two-base hits : Chiles ,
McCarthy. Three-base hits : Mohlcr , John
son. Bases on balls : Off Berg , 5 ; elf John
son , 3. Struck out : By Johnson , 7 ; by
Berg , 1. Hit by pitcher : Chiles , Ppuulg-
ney. Passed balls : Holllnpsworth , 2. Dou
ble plays : Mohler to Chiles ; Kennedy to
Slohler to Chiles ; Johnson to Pequigney to
Sullivan ; Hughes to Kbrlght to Sullivan.
Batteries : Johnson mid Speer ; Bertr , Hol-
llnusworth and Stelu. Time : One hour
nnd forty minutes. Umpire : Haskcll.
Hlnmlliif ; of tlin Txinis.
Played. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Lincoln C4 M M.3
St. Joseph GG 37 29 56.1
Jacksonville G5 35 30 ra.s
Omaha Gfi 35 31 53.0
Peorla G5 31 31 52.8
Ilock Island Gl 32 32 50.0
Des Molncs n. 30 35 45.2
Qulncy C5 21 44 32. C
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NATIONAL iiAiui : : OAMIS. ;
Itrooltl/n Olrc.i Hnltlmnrnn Thorough Drub
bing nl Home ,
BALTIMORE , July 19. The Baltlmores
misplaced their ginger todny , ami the re
suit wns a bad drubbing by the Brooklyns
Brooklyn 0 * -19
Hits : Baltimore , 11 : Brooklyn. 2T. . Er-
rora : Baltimore. 4 : Brooklyn , 2. Enrncd
runs : Baltimore , 3 ; Brooklyn , 12. Two-
base hits : Kelly , Hc-llz , Daly , Trpdwny
Three-base hits : Kelly. Iloblnson. Tred-
way. Hhindle. Double plays : FnuU , Stein
Struck out : By Inks. 2. Batteries : Inks
nnd Holiliiiion : Stein nnd Enrle. Time : Two
hours nnd fifteen minutes. Umpire : Mc-
Hravy llnllln ; ; at Nmr York.
NEW YORK , July 19. Today's game was
a slugging match. Score :
Washington r. 1 0 0 1 0 2 3 0-12
New York 1 1 0 0 5 2 0 413
Hits : Washington. IS ; New York , 13. Er
rors : Washington , 2 ; Now York. 3. Earned
runs : Washington , 7 ; New York. 7. Struck
out : By Sullivan , 3 ; by Westervelt , 4 ; by
German. 1. Home runs : Hnssamner , Me-
Gulrc , Davis , Farrrl. Throe-base hits : F.
Wnrd , Sullivan. Two-base hits : Jovce.
Abbey , Ward , TIernnn. Double plays : bar
rel and Dnvls. Bnttrrles : Sullivan nnd
McGuIre ; WostcrvoH , German nnd Farrel.
Hlilily .Mct'hfr'M LiiHt Homer.
CINCINNATI , July 19. McPheo clenrnl
the bases with a homo run In the eighth
Inning nnd won the game. Score :
Cincinnati 0 * S
Pittsburg 0 6
Hits : Cincinnati , 13 ; Plttsburg , 15. Er
rors : Plttsbiirir , 1. Earned runs : Cincin
nati , 5 ; Plttsburg , C. Two-base hits :
Smith , Becklcy. Three-base hits : Hney ,
Vaughn. Homo runs : Merrltt , McPhee.
Double plays : Mcl'lu-e , Vaughn , Latham.
Struck out : By Colclough. 1. Time : Two
hours nnd live minutes. Umpire : Oalfney.
Batteries : Dwyer nnd Murphy ; Colclough ,
Stenzcl nnd Merrltt.
Undo AlmoUVlilt < nvinlie < l.
ST. LOUIS , July 19. The Colts were un
able to fathom Brcltensteln's curves today
nnd barely escaped being whitewashed.
St. Louis 1 3200010 -7
Chicago 0 1
lilts : St. Louis , 11 ; Chicago , 4. Errors :
Chlcngo , 4. Earned runs : St. Louis , 2 ;
ChlrniTO , 1. Two-base lilts : Frank , Decker ,
Connor , O'llotirke. Three-base bits :
Dnhlcn , Twlncham. Double plays : Miller ,
Ely nnd Connor. Struck out : By Brclten-
steln , 3. Time : One hour nnd fifty min
utes. Umpire : Hurst. Batteries : Brelten-
steln nnd Twlneham ; Abbey nnd Schrlver.
LOUISVILLE , Ky. , July 19-Clevelnnd-
Loulsvlllc base ball game postponed ; rain.
Ktlimllncr of tliu Ti-uin. ;
Played. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Baltimore C7 45 22 C7.2
Boston 72 47 23 C5.3
New York 70 43 27 C1.4
Philadelphia Cfi 37 29 M.I
Cleveland r S 3.1 M H5.9
Plttsburg 73 40 33 54.8
Brooklyn OS SG 32 . .2.9
Cincinnati 70 32 38 45.7
St. Louis 73 32 4t 43.8
Chicago 71 27 4t 3S.G
Louisville f,9 21 45 31.8
Washington 72 19 C3 2G.4
WliSTKKN I.KAGOK G.tMISS.
Detroit Olvos the lliioiler.n a Very Neat
Coat of VI Iiltrwiinli.
INDIANAPOLIS , July 19. Detroit put
Gayle in to pitch today nnd the Indian
apolis team did not do a thing. Donnelly
wns hit at will. Score :
Indianapolis 0 OOO'OOOOO 0
Base hits : Indianapolis ) , 4 ; Detroit , 13.
Errors : Indianapolis , 7 ; Detroit , 4. Earned
runs : Detroit. ( J. Two-base hits : York.
Three-base lilts : Jant7.cn , Everett , IJun-
gan. Double plays : Everett nml Earle.
Struck out : Shields , Earle. Batteries.
Donnelly , Knorr , Westlnke anJ Murphy ;
Gayle and Jnntzen. Time : Two hours.
Umpire : Kerins.
Millers Slugged tlip Ilrcwrrn.
MILWAUKEE. July t9.-Today's came
wns a sltifc'glng match. In which Minne
apolis excelled. Score :
Milwaukee' 12023002 0 10
Minneapolis- 07111211 * 11
Vlsner , Parvln. Three-base lilts : Werden.
Wilson , Hulun. Home runs : Hulen , Wilson ,
Uurroll , 1'nrvln , Ixmg. Double plays :
Crooks , Hulen and Wcrdcn ; Sharp , Taylor
and Carey , 2 ; Goodenough 'and "Wilson.
Struck out : By Stevens , 3 ; by Parvln , 3.
Batteries : Parvln and Burrell ; , Stevens nnd
Fields. Umpire : McDonald. Time : Two
SIOUX CITY , July 19.-Sloux City-Kan
sas City game postponed ; rain.
Toledo's Without Struggle.
GRAND RAPIDS , July 19.-Good playing
by the visitors and a few costly errors
by the home team gave Toledo the name
this afternoon. Sco. c :
Grand Ilaplds . 0 10000202 D
Toledo . 0 10200 2-2 7
Base hits : Grand Rnplds , 12 ; Toledo , 12.
Errors : Grand Rnplds , 5 ; Toledo , 2. Earned
runs : Grand Rapids , 4 ; Toledo , 3. Two-base
hits : Wright. Three-base bits : Connor.
Miller. Struck out : By Rhlnes , 2 ; by
Foreman , 4. Double plays : Nlland , Connor
and Carney. Batteries : Tthlnes , Klllecn
nnd Spies ; Foreman nnd McKurlund. Time :
Two hours and twenty minutes. Umpire :
of the Tennis.
Plaved. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Sioux City . C5 43 22 16. 2
Toledo . IM 39 Ufl co.O
Minneapolis . 9 37 32 ( J3.G
Kansas City . CT 31 33 50.7
Jrantl Rapids . 73 HG 37 49.3
Indianapolis . 72 S3 37 4S.6
Detroit . O 2 ! ) 40 42.0
Milwaukee . CO 17 43 28.3
SHOUT HOKST.S SKCUKI.NU COIN.
Washington I'nrk the Prrno ot Sumo Oueor
" ( irlnu-oy IVi-fornm ncoi.
CHICAGO , July 13. With but two more
days In which to operate , horsemen at
Washington Park nre busy executingget -
\\vay coups. There were plenty of Btart-
llnif performances today. Among the long
Jhots to win were Monterey nt 40 , Sullross
at 15 and Jnja nt 30. Ono of the best races
of the meeting wns the fourth , in which
Yo Tnmblen. Henry Young and Faraday
'oinlit out the finish ns named. Oakwood
mil a nice race. Results :
First race , five-eighths of a mile : Monte-
py (40 ( to 1) ) won , Instullntor (20 ( to 1) second ,
Katharine (1 ( to 5) ) third. Time : IMV- .
Second race , three-quarters of a mile : F.
Smith (8 ( to C ) won. Ln. Rosa (3V ( , to 1) ) sec-
in l. The Distiller ( I to 1) ) third. Time :
Third race , mile and an eighth : Oak-
wood (2 ( to 1) ) won , Lake Shore (15 ( to 1) )
Fifth race , mile iind n slxtopnth : Yo
ramblen (1 ( to 2) ) won. Henry Young (15 to
1) ) second , Faraday (2' ( $ to 1) third. Time :
Sixth race , three-quarters of a. mile : Jaja
: so to 1) ) won , Kittle Cllvu (4 ( to 1) ) second ,
Pop Gray ( no betting ) third. Time : l:13'/i. :
COOK WINS THIS OIIAMIMONSIIIP.
Two OniiifH with the I'lnriu-o City HIuoH
Si'ttlei tlin Claim.
COOK , Neb. , July 19. ( Special Telegram
: o The Ureo The Cook champions met
heir rivals , the Pawnee City Blues , nt
rccumseh yesterday nnd nt Cook today In
a bane bull contest for the championship of
southeast Nebraska. Cook came off vlc-
lorlous In both games by scores of 7 to 3
nnd 17 to 0. The features of the guinea
were the all 'round vlaylng of young Dolun ,
ute of Omaha , and the phenomenal work
of Connor In. the pitcher's box. About
il.OOO vhania-.l hands on thtj rewult. Bat-
erlcs : For Cook , Connor nnd Hull , Gclst.
) ol.in nnd Mall ; for Pawnee. Wllinot nnd
Fox. Wukvlleld. Wilson nnd Fox.
ISITWIIN : : : OMAHA \NO IIASTINUS.
Final * In thn stnto TninU Toiinmment for
Uonllle Comn < on Tod.iy.
HASTINGS. Neb. . July fl.-Spcclal ( Tele-
tram to The Bee. ) Today witnessed the
clone of the second niul uoinl-lliml rounds
n the Htato tonnls tournament for doubles
telil here. The day was Bcncrally very fa
vorable , the courts In good condition nnd
ho attendance good. Following nre thu re
sults In the heroin ) round :
Johnson and Gullmctte of Hastings de-
sateil Hutton anil Mattocks of Hustings ,
C-l. 'i-4 , li-l.
Hn\vfKtli'k nnd CnUluell of Omaha de
rated Abbott and Musz of Omnhn , C-0 ,
Mllford nnil FoKht of Ord defeated Hart
and Hopkins of Omaha. 3-G. 2-6 , G-3 , G-2 , 7-5.
Ratlin im < l Austin of Omaha defeated
L'ouni , ' ami Cookaon of Omaha , 7-5 , fiB7 ,
Fn the Hcml-flnals Austin and liattln of
Omaha defeated Foght ami Mllford of Onl
G-2. 7-5 , 7-5.
Johnson nnd Gullmctte of Hastings de
feated Hnvorstlck and Caldwcll of Omnhn
G-2 , 7-5. 4-0 , 1-6 , G-3.
The last match was several times Inter
rupted by Blight rnln and was finished In
a sprinkle. The finals will be played to
morrow morning between Austin nnd lluttlr
nf Omnha and Johnson anil Uullmcttc of
A MX WAS NiViil : DA.NOKHOUS.
I.oril Clinton Whin thn Dntrolt 1'rrn'for-All
Trot In Iternnl llrr.tlitni ; 'I line ,
DETROIT. July 19.-Notwlthstnndlnff the
Intense hent , between 8,000 and 9,000 people
witnessed the fourth day's races of the
Detroit Driving1 club. The rport was of n
high order , everything being favorable for
fast time. Allx wns a hot favorite In the
free-for-all trot , but only In one heat was
she nt nil dangerous. In the first heal
Lord Clinton lowered the gelding record
from 2:0V : ! ) , to 2:09. : Azote , the favorite , won
the 2:15 : trot without oxfrtliir ( himself. Ed
Knston nnd Bourbon Patchen wore equal
favorites In the pace , nnd after the fourth
heat the former looked like a winner.
Btilmont wns ns stonily as clockwork , ami
In the sixth heat led almost from wire to
wire. Results :
2:15 : class , trotting , purse $2,000 : Azote
won In three straight beats. Prince
Hcrschrl , Ora Wllken , Dandy Jim , Home-
stake , Jessie MrCorkle. Redllno , Jack Sheppard -
pard , Fides Stnnton , James Lanswcr , Rys-
wood , llnrlnp , Courier , Metllo , Allegro ,
N'yanza. Maby , also started. Time : 2:09 : ,
2:11. : 2:12'i. :
2:15 : class , paring , purse J.2,000 : Bulmont
won the second , thlnl and sixth hent nnd
race. Ed Easton won the fourth ; S. R.
won the fifth , and Simmons won the first.
Tlmo : 2UM. : 2:13V'i : , 2:13-V : , , 2:12.i. : 2:13U : ,
2:1I : J. Bourbon Patchen , Dolly Spanker.
Coastboy , Blj.ax , Dlsectlon , Annie E , nlso
Frre-for-all trotting , purse $2,000 : Lord
Clinton won In three straight bents In
2:09 : , 2lli : , 2:1P : ; ; . Plxley. Allx. Pnmllco ,
Walter E , Belle , Nora and Nightingale also
Sport llalUi-il Again ,
NEW YORK , July 19. There were but
three starters In the handicap nt Brighton
Beach today , nnd Sir Walter was the
choice , with Sport and Herald equal second
choices. Snort broke well , but stopped
short and refused to po nnother foot.'nnil the
other two went on. Th y ran locked to the
stretch , and then Sir Wnlter tried to get
away , but It wns a harder task than he
thought , and at the end Herald ramo
again , and If there hart been nnother Jump
In th contest It would have gone to Herald.
The Judges decided thnt Sir Walter won by
a nose. Fifteen minutes later Sport was
sent around for third money. Results :
First race , six furlongs : Johannes (3 ( to
1) ) won , Carnalite (10 to 1) second , Lizzie
MncDuff (7 ( to 1) ) third. Tlmo : 1:16. :
Second race , six furlongs : Leonardo (7 (
to 1) ) won , Hoev (1 ( to 3) ) second , Polydora
(15 ( to 1) third. Time : l:154. : .
Third race , six furlongs : Tlnce (2 to D )
won. South Sldo (4 to 1) ) second , True Penny
(20 ( to 1) third. Time : Irtfift.
Fourth race , mile and a quarter : Sir
Wnlter (1 ( to 3) ) won , Herald (5 ( to 1) ) second ,
Sport (5 to 1) ) third. Time : 2OS-K. :
Fifth race , one mile : Virago (30 ( to 1) won.
Rluegarter (4 to 1) ) second , W B (5 ( to 1)
third. Time : 1:43 : % .
Sixth race , seven-eighths of a. mile : Mary
Stone (7 to 1) won , Tom Tough (7 to fil second
end , Adelbcrt (0 to 1) ) third. Time : 1:30.
CliiKO Finishes at KIIIKIIH City.
KANSAS CITY , July 19. Several close
finishes on a good track made the sport
exciting. Three of the favorites , Cyanthla
K , at 1 to 2 , Gold Dust , 3 to 5 , nnd Lank ,
3 to 2 , won , nnd helped the crowd even up
their previous losses. The attendance was
laree. Results :
First race , seven-eighths of a mile , sellIng -
Ing : Maple L < > nf won. La Grippe second ,
Helen third. Time : 1:03. :
Second race , nlno-slxteenths of a mile ,
celllnp : Cyanthla K won , Joe Harvey sec
ond. Jim Baker third. Time : 0:5S. :
Thlnl race , eleven-sixteenths of a mile ,
selling : Gold Dust wen , Joe Woolmnn sec-
oml , Roy thlnl. Time : l:014. .
Fourth race , fifteen-sixteenths of a mile ,
selling : Virgin won , Weilgelleld second ,
Montell third. Time : 1:37 : % .
Fifth race , five-eighths of a mile , selling :
Aeolian won. Governor Brown second. Miss
Courtlaml third. Time : 1:01' .
Sixth race , flve-elphths of a tnlle , selling :
Lonk won. Nancy Hakes second , Nelly B
third. Time : 1:05. :
UKSUI/r UK 1IASCALI/S CONVKKSATION.
Counulhncn Divide on Political Linen and
I'irtV a Tie.
A little remark of Hascall's nt the com
mittee meeting of the city council Tuesday
afternoon was the cause of lots of trouble
out at the base ball grounds yesterday.
The statesman from the Second oplnetl that
with his assistance the democratic members
could beat the republicans In a game of
ball , nnd before the meeting was over all
the preliminaries had been arranged. The
two ambitious factions came together at
the park yesterday afternoon , where -was
waged one of the most sanguinary contests
that the mind of man could compass. And
It was all for nothing , too. The score was
a tie after the last remains of the two
nines were laid away under the bleachers
to recuperate , and no one will ever know
which would have won If the players had
not succumbed to the demands of tired na
If nny one went out there to see a farce
they were disappointed. They played ball
In earnest , and there was more kicking-
the srjuare Inch than was ever seen In the
most sensational exhibitions on the pro
fessional diamond. It was highly amusing
to the crowd of spectators to see a lot
of staid and cencrally sober city fathers
get out nnd argue until a riot wns Im
minent nbout something that they knew
no more nbout thnn they did of the sermon
on the mount. Even the Wiley combine ,
usually so harmonious nnd united , wns
thrown Into complete disorder over the
cmestlon ns to the rlijlit of Pete Back to
have nnother trial after he had smasheil
out a base lilt nnd then forgot to run until
Huscnll had picked the ball out of a fence
corner and carried It to first base. Each
Player seemed Imbued with the belief that
the umpire , the spectators nnd the other
side -were trying to film Ilam him some
way. and In the adjudication of these nt-
tundnnt questions the greater part of the
afternoon wns occupied.
Some of the republican members failed to
> ut In nn appearance , and their places were
Illed from the crowd , which was also n
source of much Indignant protest from the
unterrlfled , Every tlmo the republicans
made n. run their opponents Insisted that
the outsiders should be taken out If the
republicans had to play with only a pitcher
ind catcher , but the surplus of wind wns
on the republican side , and they always
succeeded in arguing- their opponents out
of breath , after which the battle wns con-
The democrats went first to bat , and
Schrlver struck out three men after Cahn
lad knocked n liner to short field nnd run
lome while the fielders were throwing the
> nll around to see who would catch It
irst. Then Uechel's crowd came In nnd
> attcd out a brace of them. From this on
.he scoring was frequent and boisterous ,
ivory time a player was fortunate enough
to hit the ball he lost his hat and ran
wildly around the bases , while the couchers
an Into the dlnmond nnd set a pace for
ilm. Occasionally two or three runners
would get tangled up on one base nnd on
several occasions the fielders succeeded in
Hitting somebody out , but these were only
nvldcntuls nnd did not detract from the
nterest of the occasion.
Two hours of this amusement was
enoiicrh for all parties nnd the game was
called , while thu contestants limped away
o tliu nenrest drug store. Score :
AB. R. IB. SB. PO. A , E.
Huns earned : None. Two-base lilts :
I.omly , Howell , Bchrlver. ISilwnrili , Cahn ,
Miner , MeAndrews. Three-base hltn :
Hurkley. Home runs : Thomas. Cahn.
lluftoa on balls : Iy ) Schrlver , 1 ; liy I lowell -
ell , a. liases given for hittingbntler : lly
Howell , 1 : by Schrlvur , 1. 1'asned balls :
Cahn , 8 ; Miner , 2. Struck out : ny Howell.
4 ; by Schrlver , B. Umpire : Fairish.
Tturlni ; for ClmllriiKU Altnlul.
PI VTTSMOUTH , Kcb. , July 19.-Speclal (
to The Dec. ) A good sized crowd gathered
at the tlr grounds Inst evening to witness
the first of the Plnttsmouth Wheel club
rucea for u gold mednl offered by the
club. The race wua n three-mile handicap.
O. S. Bhermnn , one anil one-half minutes
start , finished first , time 10:02 : ; J. K. Vollock ,
one nnd one-ciuartcr minutes ftiirt , Recond ,
tlmo SMS ; F , W. hehnligff. forty-live seconds
start , third , time 9:20. : The winner of the
medal Is compdlc'1 in defend his title to
Biimo every w qki the conditions being that
a race shall be rftn tacit week , the winner
to wear the medHl.VA great di nl of Interest
Is being manifested In the sport.
lltICK nilltltlllT'.S TUItN TODA * .
Lincoln' * Until nn tjir Top Itoiiml to lie
UriiVrn Agnln ,
The nourlte fWhlly returner ! Inst night
after their thlnt'MrnlRht ' licking nt Des
Molncs ns full 061 pluck UK ever. Their Into
hnrd luck lm \ \ \ Ainwlse Impaired their
confidence , nnd this afternoon they will
show up at the Chnrles Street park ns gay
nnd brash ns ever , nnd try nnd get hunk on
nucklngham HhrjchLs Fanners. It will be
ladles' tiny , nnd"or course , the capacity of
the RrotimlH will hlhiln be tested , ns the
loynl fair , though bitterly disappointed nt
the wuy Old Mnn Trnlllny sunk the rnzoo
In their pets , aru true to I'oil and will be on
hand to root nml yell ntul pull for IVs
IMIJ-S. With nli.oplelous weather n great
crowd can be counted on. The teams :
Omaha. 1'osltlon. Lincoln.
McVcy First Sullivan
Htitchlnson .Second HhrlKht
Uotirkc Third HtiKhca
LunKsfoitl Hhort l'e < | UlBiiey
IVdroes Left McCarthy
Seery Middle Wood
I-Vnr Hlght Corbett
Moran Catch Spcer
Ncul I'ltch Utirncs
ci.osi : or TIIU IO\VA KIXJATTA.
Sioux City \Vlun lloth I'Diir' , Diibiiiiun tlin
Senior I'ulr ntitl Ottuintvii Senior Doulilo.
DUNCOMI1K , la. , July IS. ( Special Tele
gram to The Hee. ) In the Iowa state re
gatta the Otttimwa senior double , KHby
and Lyon , smnshed nil Iowa regatta rec
ords and won both heats In the phenomenal
time of 3OfiV : . Sioux City won thu sensa
tional Junior four from Dubuque and then
won the senior race. HestiHs :
Junior four , Sioux City. 13est time : 3:10. :
Senior pair , Dubuque. Host time : 4:53. :
Senior double , Ottumwa. Best time :
3W,4. : (
Senior four , Sioux City. Best time : 3:21. :
Tcnnli SCOTCH nt Chicago.
CHICAGO , July 19. Following were the
results In the tennis. tournament today :
Doubles Neel brothers beat WalUncr and
Moulding , C-3 , C-2 , 0-2.
Slngles-C. 13. Ncel beat Myers , C-4 , C-2 ;
Page beat Wrcnn , C-2 , 7-5 ; Wrcnn beat
\Vaiilner , C-3. G-2.
Consolations O. Wrenn beat Lucas , G-l ,
fl-1 ; Starr beat Lansing , G-l , C-3 ; Collins beat
Rood , C-3 , G-3 ; Necly beat Hobbs , tj-3 , G-l ;
Wrcnn beat GllTord , fi-1 , C-4 ; Llo.vd bent
Sanborn , G-l , fi-1 ; Alouldlng bent Itoberts ,
-2 , C-4 ; Moulding beat Gardner by default ;
Itoberts beat Garnett by default ; Lanalne
beat Smith by default.
The result of today's game makes the
Neel brothers the western champions for
Wheel liiicm at 1'lttnliuri ; .
PITTSBUna , July ID. About 3 , < XX ) people
attended the national circuit bicycle meet
at the rittsburg Athletic club grounds to
day. Most of the crack riders of the coun
try were entered and some fine races were
run. J. S. Johnson was not In condition
and Sanser would not race , because he
considered the turns on the quarter track
too sharp. In exhibition races F. J. Titus
lowered the Pennsylvania mile iccord , flying
start , to 2:07 : 1-5 , J. P. Bliss came within
one-llfth of a second of the world's record
in one-half mile , going It In 1:00 : 1-5 , and
Arthur Hanker made the Plttsburg Ath
letic club track record of 0:31 : for a quarter
mile. . _
I'UH Mini's HtKn lnll : Intercuts.
PAWNEE CITtf , Neb. , July 19. ( Special
to The Bee. ) TueWday was a field day for
Pawnee , She hat ) ' , thr.be ball teams playing
at different polrits. 'The I'lues went to
Beatrice and bear the Giants of that place
by a score of C t6 2. 'Nichols1 "Fats,1 the
heavyweight team , dufenled the Clay Citys
of Table Hock nt 11U * place , while Green
field's Maroons went , to Dubols and were
defeated by the Dubols White Sox. In
the evening the live-mile bicycle road race
was run , there being ten contestants. Paul
Haas was the wlrmerMlme 17:11 : ; Itay Dun-
das second , tlmo , 17L'3j
frn S lihngH Won Knnlly.
COLLEGE SPUJNdS , la. , July 19. ( Spe
cial to The Bee. ) The Hopkins ( Mo. ) ag
gregation met the home team here today at
Alluletln park on , thelr return from their
tour through southwest Iowa and northwest
Missouri. They wpr"e "outplayed from start
to finish. The home team took the lead
nnd kept It during the entire game. Score :
Hopkins . 0 31002100-7
College Springs . . . ' -15
Earned runs : Hopkins , 5 ; College Springs ,
9. Home runs : Mclvee. Three-base hits :
irulllnger (2) ( ) . Taggart. Two-base hits-
Sceley , Garrett. _
Kxrtcr vs Prlrnil.
EXETER , Neb. , July 19. ( Special to The
Bee.Y game of ball was played here yes
terday between Friend and Exeter. The
Exeter club was taken unawares and found
themselves three or four short of their reg
ular players , but they rushed around and
secured some lads from the country to fill
the vacancies and then did the Frlcndvllles
up , the score standing 14 to 24 in favor of
Osccolu Defeats Cciuiii's Inilliin Teiuii.
OSCEOLA , Neb. , July 19. ( Special to The
Bee. ) The Osccola team defeated the
Genoa Indian team here this afternoon by
a score of 12 to 4. Fully 3,000 people were
In town to seethe game. A heavy south
wind interfered with the work of the
KINGSTON , July 19. In the regatta of
the Royal St. George Yacht club today
the American ten-rater , Dakota , won the
champion cup , value 103 , with 25 oxlded ,
beating the Thalia , Luna and Thelma.
Knock-Out Near Washington.
WASHINGTON , July 19. Abbott , the
English featherweight , knocked Young of
Brooklyn out In the fourth round at Alex
Nortlieadterii NrliritMcu nnd Wc-ntcrii Iowa
Swept by Heavy Kaliix ,
SIOUX CITY , July 10. ( Special Telegram
to The nee. ) A six weeks' drouth was
> rokcn In this section by a heavy rain lact
light and today , which came Just In tlmo
o save the corn crop. The rain was gen
eral In northern Nebraska and In twenty-
flvo counties In northwestern Iowa and
hroughout all the part of South Dakota
east of the Missouri river , and from an
nch to two Inches of rain fell.
WAYNE , Neb. , July 19. ( Special Tele-
; ram to The Hee. ) A fine rain fell all over
Wayne county today , and the corn crop Is
now asureil. Wheat and oats are turning
out much better than expected.
REYNOLDS , Neb. , July 19. ( Special Tele
gram to The Bee. ) A heavy rain fell here
nt noon today nnd continued most of the
afternoon. Corn is mostly tasseled and will
uake a good crop.
FOUT UODQB , la. , July 19. ( Special Tele
gram to The Hee. ) Ilnln fell at Manson ,
Tara and Humboldttoday , but not here. It
Is the first time such.nn extended drouth
has ever been seenin this part of Iowa , but
good rains now would bo In ample time to
make the corn crop. , An ' offer of $400 for a
tupply of the secret 'chemicals has been
wired to the rainmakers.
FORT DODGE , fa. , July 19. ( Special to
The Dee. ) The droulb. U still unbroken , anil
after a Ehort hay ap'l ' V' crop , corn Is now
threatened. Fort Dpdgq business men wired
"Rainmaker" Jewell for his terms to oper
ate his device her , . lla replied yesterday
from Ilollvllle. Kin. , that ho was too busy
to come cast of the Missouri river this sea
son , but would send , , material for ten days'
operation , with Instruction how to uie , for
(700. Ho would nqt guarantee rain. Con
siderable faith Is qnlOCIalned In him here ,
but It U thought Tie ought to have faith
enough to guarantee1 hf Invention.
VOl.lTlV.il. HfclTliti JIKOKKX.
North Diilintn Itopubliniu Convention Sits
Down ( in a Combine.
ST. TAIJL , July 19. A Grand Forks spe
cial to the Dispatch says : The republican
state convention today nominated a ticket
which did not take In the so-called combine ,
the slate being broken. The following ticket
was named : W , N. Johnson , renomlnatnd
for congress ; for governor , Hoger Allln of
Walsh county : lieutenant governor , John H.
Worst of Kmtnons county ; secretary of
state , C. M. Daul of Ilurlelgh county ; state
auditor , F. M. Ilrlgg * ot Morton county ;
state treasurer , George F. Nichols of Cats
county ; superintendent of public Instruction ,
Miss Emma P. llntes of Cass county ; com
missioner ot Insurance , E. II. Fancher ot
Stutzman county ; attorney general. John F.
Cowan ot Ranuay county ; supreme Judge ,
J. M , DarthUomew.
THEY DID OT OBEY DEBS
( Continued from First 1'nno. )
whom died Inst night. Scventy-flvo others
nro In Jail , Two companies of 100 men each
of citizens li.ivo been formed , nnd application
h.ia been made to Governor Jones for arms
Tli&T roll riiANUT OIL.
die-mint of llio Afirlctilltmil Depurtuirnt
Thlnlifl llo lluft round One.
WASHINGTON , July 19. In reply to ix re
quest from Acting Secretary Dalmcy the
chemlsl'a ( i111co of tlio Department of Agrlcul-
lure lias submitted a preliminary report 01
an examination of peanut oil. It Is In par
as follows :
"Ono of the most Interesting dlscoverlo
which wo linvo made Is a characteristic lest
of peanut oil as distinguished from cottoi
nnd olive oils. When these oils are d s-
solved In equal volumes of petroleum am
treated with a few drops of sulphuric acli
of 1.G35 specific gravity , nnd tho'roilKhly
shaken , the ether solution of peanut oil be
comes a magnificent wine-rod color , while
the other oils remain cither colorless or become -
como slightly brown. Wo have not appllec
this test to all vegetable oils , but It li com
pletely characteristic of pcinut oil ns com
pared with the two mentioned. This reaction
Is entirely new , nnd will become without
doubt a standard one for distinguishing be
tween the oils In question. We will extern1
the examination to other vegetable oils as
rapidly as wo can get samples of known
purity. It may be that there U no other
vegetative oil which will give the beautiful
wine-red color. In which case we will have
established n test by which pciuiut all can
bo distinguished from all other vegetative
Will Mukn It IlitereMlliic for Sruli' ) .
BUTTE , Mont. , July 19. The strikers nro
making no preparations to receive the troops
who are expected to arrive tomorrow. It
Is said that several companies of regulars
now nt Helena , nnd whoso destination wa
sh-on out several' days ngo when ordered
out from Fort Asslnabolno ns Sacramento ,
are really Intended for Unite , nnd will bo
sent here tomorrow. The local officers ol
the A. H. U. say not the slightest resistance
will be made to .the soldiers , but they wll !
make It Interesting for scabs.
A bridge below Lima , on the Union Pacific ,
Is Bald to have been burned today. The
Union 1'nclflc receivers offer a reward ol
11,000 for the arrest nnd conviction of any
person destroying property In their charge
llyiuiniltii on tlio Truck.
PHESCOTT , Ariz. , July 19. A large
amount of giant powder was found this
morning nlong the track of the Santa Fe ,
Prescott & Phoenix railway In the city llm-
IU. It had been evidently placed on the
rails with the Intention of wrecking the
train which arrived at 2:30 : n. m. , but not
being fastened It had been jarred oft by the
approaching train. Had It remained on the
rail It would have blown the train to pieces.
As the company has had no trouble of any
kind during the strike officials are at a loss
to understand what motive any one would
have In committing the deed.
Branded UN n Forgery.
CHICACO , July 19. President reba sola to
night that the published and posted notice
that any man continuing In the employ of
the railroad department of the Union SlMk
Yards and Transit company would be branded
as scabs and treated as such , so far as the
officers of the A. R. U. nre concerned , Is a
latlon showing the officers of the A. R. U. to
forgery. He also took occasion to forcibly
deny other reports which have been In clrcu-
be selfish and overbearing In the extreme.
Almmlonml the A. 1C. U.
PALVESTON. Tex. , July 19. Today a
committee of the A. R. U. called on General
Manager Yoacum and advised him the Gnl-
veston branch had held a meeting today and
declared the strike off , nlso dissolving their
organization and would bo glad to have any
of the men reinstated wliose places have
not been filled. Mr. Ycncum said their ap
plications would bo duly considered by the
Will Arrive ut liutto Tonight.
nUTTE , Mont. , July 19. General Agent
Mazeo cf the Union Pacific stated this even
ing that the train bearing the Omaha bat
talion of regulars would arrive In Pocatello
at 4 o'clock Friday morning , which would
put them In Butte about fifteen hours later.
TO SVCCKK1) J1ISHOP 3IAKTY.
Father deary of Minneapolis tn lie Hlshop
of Slnux Fall * DIoccBo.
SIOUX FALLS , S. D. , July 19.-Speclal (
to The Bee. ) It Is understood here thnt
Father Gleary , the priest In chnrse of Bt ,
Charles Barromeo church nt Minneapolis , Is
to succeed Bishop Marty as bishop of the
Sioux Falls diocese. Bishop Mnrty Is out
of the city , and It Is Impossible to get
clearly at the facts. The Sioux Falls diocese
cese wns established In 1889 and Father
Martin Mnrty Installed aa Its first bishop ,
It comprises the whole of South Dakota.
The vicar general of the diocese Is Very
llev. Joseph A. Stephan of the Catholic In
dian buicau. There are sixty priests In
Hie diocese , forty of whom nro secular.
There are forty-six churches with resident
priests and sixty-one without. There are
no less than 100 stations located widely
apart. Six academies and fifteen parochial
schools furnish the educational facilities.
The Catholic population Is 40,000 , more than
inlf of whom nre innde up of Indians.
There are six Indian missions In the diocese
cese , and a large hospital , known as St.
Gertrude's , at Fort Yates.
Bishop Marty was CO years old last Jnn-
lary. He has been In this state for the
> ast twenty-five years , most of that time
> elntr spent among the Indians. He Is be
loved by the priests and the people of this
entire diocese , and while they rejoice at
his promotion , they sorrow over the fact
that he Is to leave this state. Father
Cloary Is said to be one of the ablest nnd
most scholarly priests In the western
Kxpcdltlon tn Aliixkn.
SIOUX FALLS , S. D. , July 19. ( Special
to The Bee. ) C. B. Mellette , clerk of the
United States district court , Dr. It. F.
Brown , J. W. Hutchlnson , and possibly
others , will start out next week on an ex
pedition to Alaska. They expect their trip
will occupy about six weeks.
Movement * of Seagoing Vnstelni July 10 ,
At Baltimore Arrived Lord Lansdowne ,
At Chrlstlansend Arrived Virginia , from
At Antwerp Arrived Lepanto , from New
At Rotterdam Arrived Obdam , from
At Boulogne Arrived Spaarndiim , from
At the Lizard Passed Fuerst Bldmarck ,
from New York.
At New York Arrived Blegenlaml , from
At Philadelphia Arrived Corcan , from
At Bremen Arrived Spree , from New
At Southampton Arrived Fuerst Bis
marck , from New York.
At Ixmdon Arrived Massachusetts , from
( inlil tixpurta KeHiimeil ,
WASHINGTON , July 19. The cash bal
ance In the treasury at the close of business
today was J121.947.771 , of which JGtCS3,707
wns gold reserve. Contrary to general ex
pectations , the exportation of gold seems to
have again Bet In. Yesterday the engage
ments lor export amounted to $800,000 , and
today to $1,250,000 , of which $250,000 will go
to Canada. _ _
Lieutenant \uu I.lmv'H A
CHEYENNE. July 19. ( Special Telegram
to Tht Beo.i-Flrst Lieutenant Vnn Llew
of tlip Serum ! Infantry nt Fort Omaha linn
Ix-en detailed for duty on the nlllclnl start
of Governor Onborne of Wyoming ns ln
utructor In military tactics for the Wyom
ing National guard. The olllcer arrived
here today and will cuter upon lila duties
at once. .
1'actft mid I'lgurr * About tlio 1'orrtgn-llnrn
lleMdmtfl of till * Country.
The Industrial disturbances of the pres
et summer have made the subject of the
alien population of tlio country more than
usually prominent In public nnd private
discussions , nnd for this reason , says the
Globe-Democrat , some statistics relating to
the subject which have Just bceu published
by tlio Census bureau nro of especial Interest
just now. In this document the number of
aliens In each state nnd county nnd In men
Important city Is given , nnd nlso the coun
tries which g.tvc them birth. It Is thus
possible to ascertain the foreign-born popu
lation of nny section of the country and Its
ratio to the totnl population , ns well ns Its
character , and from the mass of tabular mat
ter furnished some very Interesting facts
may be gleaned.
Aocordlng to this report , which Is , of
course , for 1S90 , the aggregateforeignhorn
population of the United States Is 9,219,517 ,
a little moro than one-seventh of the total
population. Of these aliens New England ,
New York , Now Jersey nnd Pennsylvania
hold almost one-half 3.SSS.177 while the
states comprising what the Census bureau
calls thn north central division Ohio , In-
dlnnn , Illinois , Michigan. Wlsconnln , Minnesota
seta , Iowa , Missouri , North nnd South
Dakota , Nebraska anil Kansas hnvo 4.060-
111 , leaving but 1.301,350 scattered through
out the southern and western states. In nil
the south , from Delownro to Tcxns nnd
Oklahoma , the forelgu-born population Is
only & 30.310 , considerably less than that of
Now York City , and In nil the states west of
Kansas the total alien population Is but
770,910 , of which California alone has 306-
309. The following table shows the forclgn-
bcrn and the total population of each stnte ,
as well as the percentage of aliens In each :
MISS. KMM.-l X.lfil.li IZSAXa.
Sonsiitlniuil Cnxt > Itm I veil by 1'roccrcIliiRi In
n Rlinyriino Court.
CHEYENNE , July 10. ( Special Telegram
to The Bee. ) Upon the application of a
number of the friends of Mra. Emma J.
Nagle , Judge Scott of the district court of
Laramle county today appointed AV. A.
Hobblns of Cheyenne guardian to manage
her affairs , a Jury having decided that she
wns Incompetent to do so. Erastus Nngle ,
the woman s husband , was one of the prom
inent business men of Cheyenne for many
years , nnd nt his dentil , In 18SS , he lutt
nn opiate valued nt $100,000 , which was
equally divided between the wife and a
son , 13 years of age. Two years later Mrs.
NciKle married Chnrles A. White , nn nd-
ventuicr from New York , who defrauded
nor out of over $30,000. The sensational di
vorce proceedings , the nrrcst of White In
New York , and his subsequent forfeiture
of $10,000 bond and llljtht to South America ,
where he is now a fugitive from justice , are
still fresh In the minds of the public. Mrs.
Nagle now claims that her attorney , who
conducted the divorce proceedings , has de
frauded her out of a large sum of money.
It will take some time for the guardian to
ascertain the condition of affairs , but It la
believed nearly one-half oC her estate has
i' . jr. c. M c.iMi'r.ns .IT
Secretary Ober uml Ills ltoy limy Accum-
iniiliitlng .Sunburn anil Appetite.
Y. M. C. A. CAMP ( Near West Point ) ,
Neb. , July 19. ( Special to The Bee. ) The
Toung Men's Christian association camp on'
ho Elkhorn is beginning to assume a very
cosy appearance. The Inventive genius of
ho camp has been busy building tables nnd
icndies , swinging hammocks and making
comfortable scats. The next party which
arrives will find all the comforts of homo
awaiting It. The base bulls , finning rods
and oars have been kept busy , and every
one manages to enjoy himself after his own
The rain early this morning , while good
or the corn crop , did not add to the pleasure
of the campers. But a rain storm Is ono
of tlio necessary experiences of camp life ,
nnd every ono took It nn n matter of course.
With the exception of the Witch Hazel bottle
for numerous cases of sun burn , the mecll-
clno chest has not been opened , while the
forage made on the store of provisions would
frighten a boarding house keeper out of ten
Amount of Iti'vt'iiiin from tlio Incoinn TIIX.
WASHINGTON , July 10. Senator Hill
has received a long letter from Worthlngton
Clifford , chief of the bureau of statistics , In
which he states that the possibilities of the
revenue that can bo raised from the Income
tax ranges all the way from $12.000,000 to
$39.000,000. Ho thinks the Intter llguro Is
the highest which can possibly bo hoped and
the last few years the collections would fall
below $15,000,000. Ho also expresses the
opinion that the revenue which will bo col
lected on prlvato Incomes will not bo more
than sulllclent to pay for collection.
Di'cUion AguliiHt tint I'ork Ixliinil.
JEl'-FEHSON CITY , July 19. The board of
railroad and warehouse commissioners has
rendered a decision In the case of C. J.
lluylo against the Chicago , Uock Island &
Pacific company In favor of the former.
Boyle shipped llvo stock from Humphreys ,
Mo. , to Kansas City in care of un employe.
The railroad company charged the employe
Cult faro In disregard of section 2592 , Revived
Statutes of 18S9 , The commission has or
dered the company to refund tht > amount
of the fare and cease such violations of the
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
BURNED A MARKET HOUSE
Immense Building fit Minneapolis DjitrojoJ
by Fire Last Night ,
CAUSE OF HIE FIRE IS UNKNOWN
Uiiriimn Killed by Coining In Contact
n Uv \Vlro-I.o m Foots llt to
# i7A , oo with
MINNEAPOLIS , July 10. Ths > nest
serious flro of the ycnr In Minneapolis nnd
the largest In thoTllslory of the city broke
out nbout 9 o'clock tonight , and before U
was extinguished had destroyed property to
the value of over $500,000 , leaving In ruins
ono of the finest market buildings In the
The origin has not been learned , but the
llames broke cut In the commission hotiso of
Dodswnrth & Drew , located In the center of
the Now Central market building , which
wns bounded by Second and Third avenues ,
North and Sixth and Seventh streets , cover
ing nil entire block. The building was con
structed at n cost of $2 ! > 0,000. It had a
frontage ami depth on ono sldo of 320 feet
nud on the rear nnd oppsslto sldo was 100
feet wldo , being four and flvo stories high
nnd of pressed brick. II addition to Its
purposes ns n market , It was used by fifty
commission merchants , 1SS stands and 300
market gardners. .
The structure was entirely destroyed , In
volving a loss , Including the original cost
nnd the value of the stocks contained therein ,
of $175,000. Thirty horses and thousands of
fowls were burned. The flro spread to the
livery stable , store nnd residence of S. U.
Watson nnd the residences of Del Matson
and O. II. Howard , which were destroyed
and a number of other business nnd prlvato VI
building were damaged.
The Insurance will aggregate .i$3t > 0,000.
The only fatality resulting from the flro wns
the death of Myron Flnlcy , a lineman for the
Gcnor.il Electric company. Ho came In
contact with a llvo electric light wire.
CholiTii 1'iitlcnt lit llorlln.
BERLIN , July 19. A woman who arrived
yesterday from St. Petersburg was found to
bo suffering from an Illness of n suspicious
character. She wns taken to the hospital
and today It was found she was suffering
INFANTS ARE STARVED.
linlilcs Die from IVnnt of I'rojior Food
1'iirontn' Noclect Koopi up the Fcnrlnl
Intuit Uciith Unto In July tine Lactntod
I'arents do not un
derstand how com
pletely the lives ot
their Imbles are In
their own hands thcsa
Starving the ba
bies Is a harsh phrase
to use In speaking ot
the loving euro ot
fathers and mothers.
IJut this Is what ox *
act scientific men call
It. Parents must use
their utmost Intullgonco If baby Is to get
safely through the summer. Cholera infan-
tum never attacks properly nourished chil
dren , no mater how heated the season. Only
the weak , drooping babies succumb to sum
At the first Indication of faulty nourish
ment , Indigestion or diarrhea the prudent
mother will look ht baby's diet. If she li
trying to nurse baby herself through tlio
hot summer she will malc tmro that her
milk Is capable of fully nourishing the little
one. Hut It she finds that the baby Is not
thriving lactated food should bo given cither
a.s an additional nutriment or for a complota
diet.No less an authority than Dr. Guernsey ,
the lenlor editor of the New York Medical
Times , says that ho uses lactated food with
children. Ho says It Is pleasant to taste
and easily digested and assimilated. The
famous Dr. Agnew , ns Is well known among
physicians , was one of the first to publicly
recommend the food. Dr. J. Lowls Smith ,
perhaps the greatest authority In the coun
try on the diseases of children , professor
In Bellevue Hospital college , New York ,
also recommends Its use. There are hun
dreds of physicians in New England , Bayi
the Boston Journal , who prescribe lactated
food Invariably ns the nearest approach to
healthy mother's milk , and as a rich baby
food that builds up the strength and bodies
of young children nnd Invalids.
Lactuted food Is an Ideal Infant nutri
ment , nublcs like It They crow fat
and ruddy \vlicii fed on It as an oxchnlvt
diet. U makes- the Impoverished bl6od ol
puny children grow rich and capable of
making growing bone and flesh , All fear
of cholera infnntum may ba dlsmlssqd after
baby Is put on n diet of lactated food , for
the essential elements of this dread com
plaint Impurity nnd lack of nourishing
qualities In food nre absolutely removed.
Mothers may sleep peacefully without fcnr
of being awakened by n feverish cry by
night that may tell of some grave Intestinal
Babies fed on lactated food gain steadily
In weight nnd escape summer sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boulnr , who live on
Campbell street , Snndusky , Ohio , owe their
happiness to lactated food. They write :
"When our baby , Hutli , wns sick ther
was nothing that would stay on her stomach.
The doctor advised the use of lactated food ,
nnd very thankful we are , for In n short
tlmo It worked wonders. She Is now a
large , healthy child. Her ago Is ono year
nnd four months. Wo nro convinced that
If It had not been for the timely use ot
laclatcd food our baby would have died.
AVe now have nnother llttlo ono that wo ara
raiding on lactuted food , we have nucli faltif
In U , and wo also recommend It to all our
And it-will Keep You Cool
a Drink It when you aru thirsty ; wju-n you
nrn tlrnl : wlu-n you reoverlH' t 1 , When ,
n I'VCTyoillVHtliutH Iiuultli-Klving KIUIH.TUIICO
" : Urlnfc will llo you 8"oU , Urluk
3 A2Sc , 1'kR. ' mukriiSRftllona. Boldeverywhere.
S Head 10. lUtsp fur tctutlful l > lalurt eardi led bouk ,
§ Tim CluiH. K. lllrrn Co. , l'lillnilrl | > lilii.
If , It , J > fi < nltory , Omaha , Ktitru lin *
CAPITAL - - $400,000
SURPLUS - - $55.600
Officer * nnd Dlrcrton Henry W. Yarci , pre > .
'lent ; John B , Colllnn , vice- president ! Llwu
I. Itcnl. Outlier. William II , U. lluglici , uulM *
THE IRON BANK
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