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10 THE OMAHA. DAFLrVI5LNJ5SJAr \ , SJ5PTHMUJSK U1 , 185)8 ,
KANSAS CITY WINS THE RAC
Red-Hot Windap of the Western Leagui
INDIANAPOLIS UNEQUAL TO THE PACt
Mnnnlim nnil IIU Merry Men .SIUK < h
Ilnll IHKli nnil Iow , HarnhiK Their
Six Ilium nnil ( he rinR In
Tine Sl > le.
KANSAS CITY , Mo. , Ecpt. 20. In a ga | .
lantly ( ought battle before n wild crowi
of 8.000 fans , Kansas City today won tin
Western league pennant for 1898. The gatu <
was resplendent with brilliant plays , am
was won strictly on Its merits. Gear's mas
terly pitching viaa thu decided feature. Phll <
lips was hit hard In the last half of th (
Kamo anil was rcllo\cd by Scott , who , how *
ever , was unable to pull the Reds out. It
the eighth Klopf scored a homo run.
In the second Inning Tllnn started Ir
nlth a ( luce-bagger and was brought li
by Allen , who followed with a two-baa <
hit. Campau caught a ball from Hlckey
holding Allen at second , but Phillips poor
sent a single to center that scored Allen
In the third Jlmmlc Slagle earned n greal
cheer for a Dno catch of McKarland's lent
hit to right center. The Blues' run In this
Inning was brought In by Gear , who led of
with a clean bit to left center and was
brought In by Campnu's long drive.
In the fourth Wilson scored for the Blues
leading off with a slngl going to secom
on McVlcker's out , taking third on a passer
ball and being brought In on Klopf's slngli
to left. The tlelng of the score fairly ae
the crowd crazy , 8,000 people rising en massi
and shrieking like wild.
In the fifth , Slagle , Frlubee and Campat
scored for the Blues. Slagle started ou
with a two-bnggcr and was aided In. FrlS'
bee and Campau made singles and scored ;
double steal. In Indianapolis' half of thi
fifth SUgle made a star catch of Phillips
fly.In the sixth Stewart on second and Mc >
Tarlanrl at third were brought home foi
Indlnnnpolls by a left field hit by Allen.
In the eighth , after two strikes had beet
called on Klopf , lie hit to center field
Id proved a long run. as Tlcmlng let 1
get p.ifct him In his effort to get It on thi
fly , and Klopf made the circuit of the biscs
In the ninth Inning Allen hit a ball dovvi
the first base line that was good for threi
, buses H began to look squally when Stof
hit to.left for two bases , Allnn coming In
The crowd was neivous when Hogrleve :
came up. Clear wns a bit shaky and hi
HogRle. Fleming hit to Vlox , who threw ti
Klopf , putting out Hogrlever Klopf hm
time fov n double play but Hogrlever heli
his nnn up and Umpire Sheridan would no
allow rrcmlns out nt first ! for Interference
There was five minutes wrangling eve
Sheridan's decision. When play was re
Btimcil Scott wns on third nnd Fleming a
first , with one run needed to tie the score
When Hogrlevcr went Into Klopf he dam
aged his eye and O'Hagan had to go ti
short. Cnmpau saved the day by catchlni
McFarland's fly to light. The momcn
Campau caught the final ball , which moan
the championship for the Hlues , mei
seemed uo spring from the ground like BI
many ants. They swarmed oxer the gras
and In on Instant Manager Manning wa
picked upon on the shoulders of the frcn
zlcd fans and carried around the field. 11
held an enormous bunch of roses In hi
hands. Score :
Totals 3 10 24 10
Kansas City . . *
Indianapolis . . .
i : a rued runs : Kansas City , 3 ; Indian
apolls , 4. Two-base hits Allen Scotl
Three-has * hits , Fljnn. McParlnud. Horn
run Klopf. Passed ball Kahc ? Sacrlllc
hits Frlsbcc. Williams , Wilson , Kahoi
Allen Pcott Stolen bases Williams , Frlr
bee , Campau , Klopf Bases on ball ? 0 :
Gear. 2 , of Phillips , 4 , oft Scott , 1 HI
by pitched pall Dy Phillips , 1. by G ni
1. Struck out By Phillips. I. by Gear. ' .
Hits Off Phillips , 9 , off Scott , 2. Inning
pitched : Phillips. 5 , Scott , 3 Left c
bases Kansas City , 6 , Indianapolis. '
Double play McVlckcr to Klopf Tlmo c
game. Two hours. Umpire Sheridan.
HOW KA > S.Vh CITWl.VH OH I.OhU !
Knotty Problem of llawe Hall I. aw In
Aolvoil In the * AVInilnp.
Only by the solution of a base ball legs
problem can the championship of the West
cm league bo settled. Manager Bob Alle
of the Hooslcrs Insists that Indianapolis ha
the coveted flag In spite of and without re
gard to the outcome of yesterday's gam *
He claims that the Cowboys lose one gam
credited as won by forfeiting one of
double attraction that was played with Mln
ncapolls on Sunday , April 24. Ho insist
that the rules do not permit of the playin
of two Raima for a slngro admission in th
llm series of the season He also insist
that the disputed Kansas City-Detroit gam
should go Co Detroit.
Although there may be some merit In th
form or contention , It Is probably not c
fiufllcleut worth to be supported by th
league magnates , but a question will aria
over the latter The facts In the case at
ttiCFC On Friday , Juno 10 , n game wa
scheduled at Kansas City between thu Blue
and Detiolt. The latter claimed that it wo
to end at a certain tlmo la order to enabl
them to catch a train ; Jimmy Manning ilt
olnri'H that no such agreement wab entcrc
Into. When the train hour arrived the gam
had not been finished and the score was 7 t
G In favor of Detroit. Detroit refused t
continue the game and miss the train an
Pitcher Sullivan , who was then with Kar
Ens City and was acting as umpire , declare
the game forfeited and gave it to Kama
The cnso rests solely on a question <
veracity which has not been officially so !
tied. However , Jimmy Manning's reputa
tlon for truthfulness IB such aa to convinc
The Bee that he would not dally with tl :
truth If he had made any such agrcemei
as Is alleged , Consequently , although Tl
Bee has steadfastly placed the game to tl
ctedlt of Detroit , II ) now cheerfurly tranefci
It from the loiing to the winning column i
the Blues , confident that the league me
nates cannot do otherwise than decide tt
cage In favor of the westerners. If th
should not ) be done and the game should 1
awarded to the Wolverines , the standing i
the two leaders will be as follows :
Plavod. Woo. Lost. Pi
Indianapolis . . 134 S4 GO 62
Kaunas City. . . 139 87 62 62
With the game decided In the Cowbov
favor , however , the final standing of tl
teams is shown In this table-
STANDING OF THE TCAMS.
Played. Won. Lost , p (
Kansas City 133 M SI 63
Inultinnpolls 134 SI 50 63ft
Milwaukee 139 f : 67
Bt. Paul 13) ! > 1 &S
Columbus 133 73 GO B (
Detroit 13S 50 t > S a *
Mlneapolls 140 43 9. ! 31
bt. Joseph 131 42 91 31
CHICAGO , Sept. 20. President Ban Johi
eon of the Western Bate Ball league ti
night gave the Associated Press the follov
Ing table showing the standing of the clul
nt the end of the season. The protest !
Detroit-Kansas City game of June 10
not Included In the table. The averages fa
.Club. _ Won. Lost. PC
Kansas City 51
Indianapolis M 60
Mllwaukeo S : 57
Ht Paul 81 68CO
Columbus 73 CO
Detroit 60 87
Minneapolis 4S 9.
at. Joseph 4 : 93
Si. raulVlim till * \Vliulup.
BT. 1'AUL , Sept. 20. St. 1'aul and D
trolt plavcd their last gomo today nnO
It was a pretty contest. St. Paul won out
In the ninth by clean bitting. Score.
R H E
St. Paul . . 2-C 11
Detroit . . . 0 5 8 ' .
Batteries St. Paul , Cross and Hitter , De
troit , Rrlggs and Buclow.
O.VMKS OP THU > ATIII\AL MMGl'U
Ilonton 1'lajn Ball and I.oulnv lilt
I'ln } Home for a AVIiulnp.
BOSTON , Sept. 20. In order that there
bo no doubt of the final Boston-Loulsvllli
game , the former te.am rolled up twenty'
four runs today , ( he fnrgest this season
ILII O A E I IU1 O A K.
Ham'ton. cf I 3 3 0 0 "Clarke " , If 0 ! 2 0 1
Tennpy. Ib O.lloy , cf 1 1 1 1 i
I/one , M 4 3 8 0 Hnrtzell , rf 0 2 1 0 (
I p , Jb .2 5 3 < 0 VVncncr , 31) 0 0 2 2 1
Collins. Ib 1 4 1 J 0 IVevker , Ib
Stahl , rf . . 1 0 1 ( I 0 Hltchej , 2b 0 0 1 0 (
Ilrgen , o . Tujlor , 2b 0 0 3 1 J
Iiuiit , If . . ' 0 0 0 0 ICI'Knifln , siO 0 0 1 i
Stafford , If. 3 3 1 0 0 Klltredge. c 2 2 3 2 :
Irfttln. p I'owers , c 1 1 2 0 (
IIUkinan. p 1 1 0 1 0 Dow line , p 00201
TotaU . . .24 20 J7 H 0 | Totals . 4 S 21 J 1C
Earned runs. Boston , 12 ; Louisville , 2
Two-base hits Stafford , Lewis (2) ( ) , Ten
ney , Lowe , Clarke. Homo run. Hey
Stolen bases. Tenney , Collins , Stafford
Lowe. Double plays Altrock and Decker
First base on balls- Off Lewis , 2 , off Alt
rock , 2 Wild pitches By Dowllng , 1 , b ]
Altrock , 2 , by Hlckmau , 2. Umpires : Gnff.
ney and McDonald.
Orphan * TaUc the Lant.
WASHINGTON , Sept. 20. Three errors h
the fifth Inning gave Chicago the game
Everltt was put out of the game for dls
puling one of Andrews' decisions. Attend'
ance , 60J. Score.
WASHINOTd } * I CHICAGO
Itll o A E U Jt O A K
Heltz , 2b 0123 O'Rjan , rf . . 1 1 1 0 C
Earned runs : Washington , 2 , Chicago , 1
Two-base hits : Andeison , Smith , McCor
mlck , Dahlen. Three-base hits Anderson
Laugo First base on balfa. Off Klllen , 1
off Callahan. 3. Struck out By Klllen , 3
by Callahan , 3. Left on bases- Washington
6 , Chicago , o. Time- One hour and thirty
five minutes. Umpires. Snyder and An
Cliicy Turns IlacU ARiiln.
PHILADELPHIA , Sept. 20. Clnclnnat
won the concluding game from Phlladelphl :
this afternoon by better all-around playing
Pitcher Murphy was a trifle unsteady and a
thu end of the fourth was relieved by Dug
gleby , who pitched out the game in gooi
style Attendance , 1,308. Score
I'llIL.ADKI.rill'A | CINCINNATI
It II O A U I U II O Ti 11
Cooley , of Mcnrlde , cf' ' 1 2 0 I
UouKlnB. Ib 1 0 7 1 0 Corcoran , BS 0 1 131
De'lmnty , If 2 2 7 0 0 St nfeldt , If 1 0 B 0 I
UiJolc , tb . 0 2 4 5 0 Miller , rf
Uiuder , 3b 01232 McPhee , 2b. 1 1 1 3 I
Orth. rf 0 i 1 1 0 Wood , c .
MiKtrl'd , cO 0 0 0 0 Iruln , 3b
M Murphy. 000020 VuUhn , Ib 0 2 7 0 '
Or m , PS IIu.nlcy , p . 0 10 2 i
I ? Murpli ) , P 0 0020
Uugsleb } . pO 0 0 1 0 Totals . . . . 7 11 2T 10 I
Totnln .5 S 27 18 3
Philadelphia . . .
Earned runs Philadelphia , 1 ; Clncln
natl , 2. Two-baso hits LaJolc , Wood
Three-bnso hits Coofey. Sacrifice hits
Duggleby , Corcoran and Yaughn. Stole ]
bases Douglas , McBrlde , McPhee. Let
on bases Philadel ) hia , 7 ; Cincinnati , 1
Struck out By Hawley , 5 ; by Murphy , 1
First ) base on errors Cincinnati , 1. Firs
base on balls Off Hawley , 3 , off Dugglebj
2 , off Murphy , 2. Hit by pitcher. By Dug
gleby , 2. Umpires Emsllo and Smltt
Tlmo. Two hours.
I'oiir TliiieH for Cceland. \ .
BALTIMORE. Sept. 20. Peters , th
Cleveland pitcher , was wild and receive
rather ragged support. Nops weakened a
the close and was lilt hard. Tebcau's me
made four runs In the eighth , when th
game was called on account of darknes ;
McGraw was put out of the game by Umplr
Brown for disputing a close decision. Score
n H o A n II II O A
Mcdraw , 3h 1 2 0 2 0 IJurltptt , If 0100
Hull. 31) 00010 CrlKer , c 0075
Kceler rf 00300 M Kenn , us 1 1 22
Jennlnpe , BS 1 0 3 4 0 VVal'HCe , 3b 1 0 2 2
Kelkj cf 12100 0 Connor , Ib 1 2 6 0
Mcl inn , IbO 0 8 0 0 lliiUrkk. cfO S 0 0
Unimex , If 12100 Tcbcau , 2b 1022
Demont , Ib 2 1 3 3 1 Hlake. rf 1120
Hob nton , c 0 1 G 0 0 1 elers , p . . 0 2 0 1
Nops , p , 00010
Totals . . . . 5 9 21 12
Totals . .6 8 24 U 1
Baltimore 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 *
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Called on account of darkness.
Stolen bases Demont , Kcllcy (2) ( ) , M <
Oravv , Holmes (2) ( ) . Two-base hits : Kellej
Blake Double play Jennings to McGani
First base on lulls Off Mops , 2 ; off Petcn
6. Hit by pitched ball. By Nops , 2 , b
PciTb , 1. Struck outBy Nops , 2 : b
Peters 4. Passed ball : Crlger. Wll
pitches : Peters , 3 ; Nops , 1. Tlmo : Tw
hours. Umpires. Brown and O'Day. At
tendance : 1.997.
1'lraten Pit mill Iloarlnn tllll.
BROOKLYN , Sept. 20. The Pirates rubbe
It Into Roaring Bill Kennedy today , touch
Ing up his curves for twenty hits and
total of thirty-one bases. Padden made
hit every tlmo he went to bat , besides flcit
Ing brilliantly. Cronln , the New Englan
recruit , had the Trolley Dodgers nt hi
mercy and shut them out. Score
imooKL\N i I'lTTsnt'ua
it H o A n I H n o A r
Htnlth , cf. . 0 1 2 0 0 JIcCTeery. rf 2 4 2 0
Jones , rf . ( Vllrleii , of 3 3 1 0
Shwkaid , IfO 1 300 M'l'arthl , If 2 2 1 0
Mailman , 2bO 0152 Uirk , ib. . 1 310 1
MaEOon , 0 1 4 5 0 Gray. 3b 1010
UiCh'ce. Ib 0 0 12 1 1 I'addeti , 2b 2 6 4 C
H > an , Sb . llon'iinn , ol 1 5 2
Grim , c 00100 Cl > . fa . .
Kennedy , p 0 0 1 3 0 Cronin , p. 1012
Total * . 0 5 27 16 4 Totals 15 20 27 14
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Plttsburg 2 1
Earned runsPittsburg , 8. Two-base hits
McCreery , O'Brien , Clark , Bowermai
Three-base bitsMcCreery , Padden. Hon :
run O'Brien. First base on errorsPltti
burg , 2. Left on bases : Brooklyn , 6 ; Pltti
burg , G. Struck out : By Kelley. G ; I
Crouln , 11 Bases on balls : By Kenned ;
4 , by Cronln , 3 Double plavs Jones I
Lachance , Lachance to Magoon to Lachanci
Ely to Padden to Clark , Padden to Ely I
Clark. Wild pitches Kennedy , 2 Timi
One hour and fifty-five minutes. Umpire :
Connolly and Hunt.
tilaiitt anil llroiva * Tie.
NEW YORK , Sept. 20. The Giants lit
the game well In hand up to the sevenl
Inning , when six singles nnd a bad thro
by Davis let In four St Louis runs. Dav
got confused In the eighth , allowing Taylor
hit to drop safe , and this run could not I
overcome by the New Yorkers. Oood battlr
was responsible for the New York's run
NEW VOIIIC I ST. LOl'IS
n u o A c it n o A i
V'HaU'n , If i S 2 0 1 Dowd , rf . . 3 3 1 0
Davis , fs 24331 Stenzel , If. . 1 1 4 0
Uoylf , Ib. .0 2 6 1 0 Hurley , If 1120
Joicf. Ib 00400 Cro . Ib 1312
Urudy. rf . . 1 2 3 0 0 .Susden , c 0132
Seymour , cf 0 0 0 0 0 ijutnn , 2b 0131
Warner , c 0161 Ofluckcr , Ib . 0 210 0
Toater , 3b. . 11130 hmltli , ss .
C.eltlE. Ib. . Tajlor , p . . 2 2 0 3
I Uolitnj , p
i Total * . . . 7 14 27 1 !
Totals . . . 7 II 27 i : 3
New York 2 00040010-
St Louis 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 1 0-
Called on account of darkness.
Earned runs : New York , 4 , St. Louis ,
Stolen bases. Davis , 2. Two-base hit
Vanllaltren , Tucker , Cross , Grady. Hon
tun Doheny. Double pla > s Davis i
Doyle. Smith to Tucker. Sacrifice hit
Stenzel , Dond. First base on balls. Off Ii
heny. 4 Hit by pitched ball Harle
First base on errors St. Louis , 2 Strui
out : By Doheny , 3 , by Taylor , 2. Passi
ball. Warner. Wild pitches Doheny.
Lift on bases. New York , 3 , St. Louis. 1
Time- One hour ami forty minutes. Ut
plresSwartwood and Warner. Attendanc
STANDING OF THH TBAMS.
Played. Won. Lost , r
Boston 130 M 44 C <
Iliiltllnoro is K 43 f
Cincinnati ut si u w
Cleveland 113 74 G9 E50
Chicago 11) ) 73 60 619
New York 13) 70 CO 616
Plillndclplila 128 M C2 MS
I'lttsburg 13.1 G7 C.S 504
Louisville 131 67 71 4T 5
Brooklyn 12.1 H 73 390
Washington 131 41 SS 328
Bt Louis 130 31 W 262
( James today : Chicago nt Baltimore ,
Plttsburg at Boston , St. Louis at Brooklyn ,
Louisville at New York , Cleveland at Phil-
udclphla , Cincinnati at Washington.
TKititn iiAUTi's m.A.MCLJT n.Msiins.
UiII ( Pure In llot ! > rontrxtnl , lint
Mil-nan 11 Clay Taken It at Iant.
TCIUin HAUTD , Ind. , Sept. 20. The second
end day's card of the Terrc Haute Trotting
association Included the 2 23 , the 2 09 pace ,
the 2 13 trot and a gentleman's race for
trotters. Numerous brilliant finishes were
made nnd especially was this true of the
2 03 pace , hi the second heat of which
Sherman Clay was ncarlj run off his feet
several times by Nlcol. In the finish of
the third heat of this roco 11 vo horses went
under the who so bunclicil that a blanket
would have covered them , Sherman Clay
winning by a nose from Dclmout , who tan
neck and neck with Red Star , with Hum-
boldt not half a length behind the leadeis
und the field nt her heels.
The weather was magnificent , the attend
ance fair and the track Is becoming better
each day. Star Pointer arrived early this
morning and will endeavor to beat his rec
ord of 1 GU'i on Thursday. He is in c\cel-
ent condition. Summaries *
First race , 2 2S trot Minnie Dlrchwood
won In straight heats. Tlmo 2 13U , 2 14 % .
2 14. Allco Dorman second , Maggie Lnss
third , Fannlo Drnune fourth Minnie Bfrch-
wood went every heUt better lhan Cer pre
vious record. Nobby and Royal Rene also
Second race , 2 03 ricc Sherman Clay von
In straight bents. Time 2 071 ; , 2 00 % ,
2 OS'iNlcol B second , Satin Slipper third ,
Milton S fourth. King Egbert nnd Miss
Williams also started.
Third race , 2 13 trotPllatus won In
straight heats. Time 2-09'i. 2 10H. 2 12 % .
J B D second , Delmonto third , Alrlco fourth.
Nlrnut , J W O , Red Star , Junto T , Medium
Wood and Humboldt Maid also started ,
rrlnce of India nnd D L C were with
Pouith race , challenge ? 200 , 220 trot :
Manznnlllo won the second nnd fourth heats
nnd the race Time 2 2C % . 2 24'i. 2.24 % ,
2 23JJ , Battle A\e second Axnlt also
READVILLE , Mass , Sept 20. The great
race nt the second dav's meet of the New
England Trotting Horse Breeders association
was the 2 10 stallion trot , In which Crescus
and the Blue Hill horse. Blngen , fought out
thrco of the five heats In grand style Twice
Dlngen led the big chestnut under the wire ,
but in fhe deciding heat the Forbes ho.-JO
was not quite fast enough for Cresrus took
the heat nnd race by a short neck
The 2 19 trot postponed from jcsterday
proved easy for Improvidence , for she won
in straight heats. Summaries-
Puritan stake. 2 10 trotting , stallions ,
Crrscus won second , fourth
put so $3,000
nnd fifth , best time. 2 11 % . Bingen won
first nnd third heats , best time , 210 % .
Gavtone , Dan Cupid , Early Bird , I icd Kohl
nnd Benton M also started
2 19 clasi trotting , purse $700 : Improvi
dence won In straight heats ; best tlmo ,
Philip C. LI-
> 14 i Queen Wllkcs , Rival ,
lett , Susie Hovvo , Jack D. Barney's Baby.
Avana , J T and Walter Cleveland also
8 Foals' of 1895. * 2 25 class , purse $1,000'
Charley Herr v\on fist and third heats and
the race ; best time. 2 14 % . Klslo S won second
end heat ; time , 2 15 % .
" " 3 pace , purse $ ,1100Betsey Bugle won
first" second nnd fourth heats nnd the race ;
best time , 2 15V , Llbbio C won third heat ;
best time. 2-16 % .
BALTIMORH , Scpe 20. Perfect weather
and grand sport rewarded the big crowd
of the trotting
which attended the opening day
at Gentlemen s Driving
ting and pacing races
ing park. Results ,
- Nominee won in
First race 2 pace-
straight boats. Time2 21 % 2 19 % 2-1BJ4.
Hobson second , Wilton Boy third , Joe Pilot
fourth Othello , Bcsslo M , Matter F. Breeze.
Miss Emma , Mary B , Zcen Day Jay and
Hnrollnp also started.
Second race , trottingKlnsten ' .von In
straight heats. Time- 17 % , 2 19 % . 2-21 % .
Lord Harford second , Maureen third , Tiger-
town Gray foutrh. James Bud and Pat also
' and pacing , tin-
Third' race , 2-10 trotting
' heats. Time :
flnl hed- Hydrogen took t'wo
> ISli 2-mi. The other starters were
Rock P. Vcta , O M C. Belle T and Mem-
' " "MILWAUKEE , Sept. 20.-The races at the
State fair under the auspices of the State
were hotly contested
Board of Agriculture
but long-drawn-out , as there were many
starters and baJ actors. Resultv
First race. 2 33 paceOlea won second ,
third and fifth heats nnd race. Time : 2.15 ,
Seco'nd "race. 2 20 trot- Miss Sydney won
second , third and fourth heats. Time2 15' ,
2 1534 , 2 151& . Eggwood won first heat.
Time : 2 14 % . _ _
IJVHNTS OX Tlin UVNMNO TUACICS ,
Ilexsle r : lnu Heat * Volamllen In n
Hard Ilrl e at Newport.
CINCINNATI , Sept. 20. Bcsslo Ewtng , nt
odds of G to 1 , beat Volundles in a hard
drive at Newport. The handicap at a mile
and one-sixteenth went to J H C , the favor
ite , who won as ho pleased. Weather pleas
ant , track fast. Summaries-
First race , six furlongs , selling : Mazcppa
won. Lufna second , Miss Verne third. Time :
'second race , four and ono-half furlongs ;
Fannie Taylor won , Leclla second , Malais
third. Time : 0 55M- .
Third race , one and one-sixteenth miles ,
handicap J II C won , Samovar second ,
Orimar third. Time1 47M ; .
Fourth race , selling. six furlongs Bes
sie Ewlng won , Volandles second , Mayno M
third. Time : 1'IG.
Fifth race , one mile and twenty yards ,
selling Amber Glints won , Elslo Barnes
second. Joe Shelby third. Time1 44 % .
Sixth race , ono mile and twenty jards ,
selling Kownlsky won , Annie Oldfleld second
end , Aberegate third Tlmo 1 44
CHICAGO , Sept. 20. Harlem results-
First race , five furlongs Miss Doolcy
won , Ramlet second , La Josephine third ,
Second race , one miles and twenty yards
Cherry Leaf won , David Tcnny second , Can-
delatla third. Time 1 48.
Third race , selling , six furlongsAfamadn
won , Hlndonet second , Douster Swivel third ,
Fourth race , one mileBuckvldere won
Dunols second , Yubadam third. Tlmo
Fifth race , five and ono-half furlongs
Tulla Fonso won , Canace second , Survival
third. Time 1 07i.
Sixth race , selling , seven furlongs Cherrj
Flume won , Bishop Uecd second , Count
Fonso third Tlmo 1 28 J.
NEW YORK , Sept 20 Gravesend results
First race , five and one-half furlongs
Sombre won , Francis Booker second , Aultn
third. Time1 10.
Second race , tnilo an one-sixteenth , sell.
Ing Charcntus won , Nosey second , Headlight -
light II third. Time 1 49'/ .
Third race , six furlongs : Belle of Troj
won , Domineer second , Jean Ingelow third
Time : 1 164.
Fourth race , Greenfield , six furlongs , sell
Ing Lillian Belle won , High Jinks second
Kenmore Queen third Time1 1C.
Fifth race , mile nnd one furlong Whlt <
Frost won. Handball second , George Keem
third Time 1 55.
Sixth race mile nnd one-sixteenth Fire ,
arm won , Oxnard second , Glenolne third
Time : 1 50.
BUFFALO , Sept. 20 Fort Erie results :
First race. 3-year-olds , selling , five fur.
longs Our LUzle won , Samuel second
Burnap third. Time1 16Vi.
2-ear-olds. Belling , five furlongs
Second raco. - ) - .
longs , Amelia T won Cavotte second , Darl <
benne third. Tlrao 1 31H
Third race , 3-car-olds and up , selling
one mile Ellcmcro won , Never second
Can-I-Scc-'Em third Tlmo 1 12
Fourth race , 3-vear-oldi six furlongs
selling Guilder won , Anna Lauretta eec
end Farm Ltfo third Time 1 10'i.
Fifth race , 2-yfar-olds , selling , five fur
longs Llzile Kelly won , Garrabrant second
end , Mouseltof third , Tlmo 1 03
Sixth race , 3earolds and up , mile , sell
Ing Confession won , Lena second , Fred .
third Tlmo 1 43 .
1 LEXINGTON , Kjr. , Sept. 20. Second day' ,
Used by the United States Army in the Advance
upon Santiago Makes daily Ascensions from
the Exposition grounds in charge of a detail from
the United States Signal Corps.
By special request the Stereopticon Concert Piece entitled "The Spanish-American
War" , will be repeated on Friday night by the Mexican band , the Omaha Concert Band
and the Exposition Chorus. The piece will be made realistic by the use of fireworks.
First appearance of the Celebrated Innes Band , Sunday , Sept , 25 at 3:30 : p. m.
Realistic Sham B the Indians
Sunday , Monday and venings Admission 25c
races at Kentucky Association course drew
only a fair crowd. Three bookmakers drew
in. Summaries :
First race , seven furlongs , sellingTeucer
won , Tan Faronade second , Frank Grinin
thlid. Time : 1 28 % .
Second race , five and one-half furlongs :
Hal\ers won , Deb Sailer second , Reflect
third. Time : 1.10 % .
Third race , six furlongs : Oadllcho won ,
Padrone second , Fair Day third. Time :
Fourth race , one mile : Dudley E won ,
Money Spinner second , Den. OTallon third.
Tlmo : 1-43.
CALSKS A STIH AMO CJ SPOUTS.
Report flint Iloli > Hope Truck Mny He
Scene of Corliett-WeCo ) lltK Flulit.
CLEVELAND , Sept. 20 A special to the
Plain Dealer from I > a Porte , Ind , says :
Roby , which In past jcars was the scene
of muny pugilistic battles , may bo m.ule
the- arena for the pulling off of the big
fight between Corbett nnd McCoy. Private
advices from Hoby give the details of the
proposed meeting. Architects have been at
work for several < lajn on plans for the
conversion of the betting ring at Roby into
a llRhtlng arena , with , v seating capacity
The details for the meeting of gladiators
are in the hands of Stuart , Considlne and
John Condon of race tr.uk fame , nnd .1
secret meeting held at Mount ClemetiB ,
Mltli , resulted In Hoby beinc selected aH
the battleground for the two lieav.v weights.
It 1st the evident purpose to keep both Mc
Coy and Corbett In training without re
vealing the exact location of the tight nnd
the advices revealing : the arrangements In
progress of consummation have caused a
great nensatlon in sporting circles.
StamlliiK of Champion Klilcrn.
BALTIMORE , Sept. 20. The following
bulletin has been Issued by Chairman Al
bert Mott of the League of American Wheel
men racing board :
Score in the national championship : Dald ,
i 155 ; Major Ta > lor , 139 ; McFarland , 1L'5 ;
KImble , 112 ; Cooper , IOC ; Arthur Gardiner ,
06 ; Freeman , 71 ; Stevens. C2 ; William
Partln , 19 , Mcrtcns , 18 , Jay Eaton , 16 ; John
Fisher , 14 ; Tom Duller , 9 ; Howler , 7 ; KIser ,
6 , Fred Sims , 5 ; Dr. Drown , 5 ; Jaap Eden ,
4. Decker , 4 ; Nat Duller , 3 ; Karl Kaser , 3 ;
Harry Terril ! , 3 , Dourdette. 2 ; C. M. Dly ,
2 , Hills , , jr. , 2 , Watson Colcman , 1 ; H. a.
Caldwell , 1 ; Cabanue , 1.
Other Purlieu to Compete.
LONDON , Sept 20 It is reported In
yachting circles here that other yachts be
side the Shamiock are going to New York
for the purpose of competing In the racing
Indlani Defeat I.laliiin.
LISBON , la , Sept. 20-Special ( Tele-
Brain ) The Nebraska Indians defeated
Lisbon today by a score of 25 to 2. Battcr-
' IPS [ Indians , Corbett and Ogee , Lisbon
Neesley and I'eets
CIiloiiKo ( treat WcNtcrii Oflluerii.
ST. PAUL , Minn , , Sept. 20. The board of
directors of the Chicago Great Western met
| today and re-elected Its old officers , as
follows : President , A. B Stlckney ; vice
president , Ansel Oppenhelra ; second \Ice
I president , C W Benson ; third vice pres
ident , Arnold Kahlman ; secretary , Robert
C. Wright , treasurer , C. O Kahlman ; dt-
I rectors , H. W Fletcher. Minneapolis ; A.
Oppenbelm , C. W. Denspn , F. Weycrhauser ,
, A. Kahlman , J. W. Lusk , S. C. Stlckney ,
A. B. Stlckney , St. Paul , and Maurice
, Wormser , New York.
Incorporate I.oxiiKrlrn Hallway.
SAN FRANCISCO , Sept. 20 Articles of
Incorporation of the Los Angeles Railway
' company were filed today. The capital
stock Is fixed nt ? 5,000.000 , of which sum
$220.000 has been subscribed. The Incorporators -
raters are Claus Spreckels , J. D. Spreckels ,
A. B. Spreckels. Robert Watt and A. H.
Payson. The road will be nearly 200 inlles
long and will be In operation In two years
Its completion will give northern California
Its first competing railroad , the Southern
Pacific having had the monopoly of the
St. Pan I A. Diilalli'x itrort.
ST PAUL , Minn . Sept 20The annual
report of the St. Paul & Dulutb railroad
given out today shows the total passenger
earnings to be S414.603 , an Increase of about
14 ner cent. Total freight earnings were
| $1.214,312 The road has 1,047 employes and
officers , who earn $611,604 annually The
last > car the road carried 497,313 paasen-
I fiera and 1,240,636 toni of freight. Pasien-
| ger earnings per mile were $73 2 and freight
Senator Morgan Expresses Doubt it Will
Eecominend State Government.
SOLDIERS GUILTY OF ACTS OF VANDALISM
Hawaiian ArohlpelaKO Is Now In
cluded In tliu Military Department
of California Iale AlTalr *
HONOLULU , Sept. 15. ( Via San Fran
cisco , Sept. 20 ) ( Correspondence of the As
sociated Press ) The American soldiers In
Honolulu are causing the good people of
this once peaceful community much worry.
Acts of vandalism are becoming frequent ,
and General King has issued orders for n
court of Inquiry to Investigate alleged law
less acts committed by soldiers nnd to assess
the amount of damage caused. Chinese
fruit growers and vegetable gardeners have
been favorite victims of the soldleis and
their gardens have been raided.
The Hawaiian commission Is holding dally
discussions , but nothing Is given out for
publication. The commission will probably
not leave for San Francisco'before Septem
Mormin on Territorial Cut oriiiuiMil.
Senator Morgan , In an Interview , Is quoted
as saying :
"I have always been In favor of a state
government for Hawaii nnd am so still
Speaking for myself , however , and not for
the commission , I am Inclined to think
that you will only have a territorial gov
ernment at present. You have not asked
for state government and I doubt very much
If the commission will recommend one. As
the territory of Hawaii vou will have your
own legislature , of which jou will elect the
"Tho territorial officers to bo appointed by
President McKlnlcy will be a governor nnd
secretary ; three district Judges , who will
compose your supreme court ; a United
States district attorney , whose duties aie
similar to your attorney general , but who
only acts In coses in which the
United States is Interested , and a
United States marshal , who per
forms tile same duties as jour present
marshal , but only In United States bus
iness. The United States will , of course ,
take charge of the custom house and postal
department , but In all other nutters you
will bo your own masters You will make
your own laws , subject to the approval of
congrcse. The territory of Hawaii has a
great future before It and with the increase
of popualtlon and business that must come
from annexation nnd all that Is Implied by
It , the road to statehood cannot bo a long
one The opening of the Nicaragua canal ,
an enterprise which must be carried to con
summation In a very short period , will still
further advance the prosperity of the
A mass meeting of natives will bo held
when resolutions asking for the restoration
of Lllluokalanl will be adopted
The Planters' association presented n
memorial to the commission asking for an
extension of time , that they may be In
a position to regulate new labor conditions
The Chamber of Commerce , In a memo
rial , asks for a territorial form of govern
ment , while the Bar association wants the
Judicial eyetcm of the Islands to remain un
Hole Still MKIIH an Tri'Mldi-iit.
Senator Cullom has announced that the
land laws of the United States do not ap
ply to the public lands of Hawaii The lo
cal land laws remain In force Mr. Dele ,
for the time being still signs as "President
of the Republic of Hawaii , " and processes
of court will run as heretofore.
Antoue Rosa , the well known Hawaiian
lawyer and ex-attorney general , died Sep
tember 9 , aged 43 years
Princess Kalluanl's reception In honor of
the American-Hawaiian commission , given
at Atnahau on the 7tb , was a brilliant suc
cess. General Merrlam and staff , Genera !
King and staff , Colonel Barber and staff ,
government officials , army and navy of
ficials , ex-Queen LliltioKalanl nud several
hundred prominent society people of the
A committee- from the Annexation club
waited on Senator Morgan at the residence
of S M. Dallou on Saturday evening to re
ceive from the senator n large photograph
of Congressman Prank G. New lauds , who
Introduced the annexation resolutions In
the house at Washington.
The Hawaiian archipelago is now the mil
itary district of Hawaii , Department of
California. An order creating this district ,
dated September I , has Just been promul
gated by Major General Merriam. The or
der has no significance to the civil govern
ment to bo adopted herb nnd outside Its
military application no further significance
than another indication that the Islands are
a part of the territory of the United States
nnd are being tieated in exactly the same
way that all othci territory of the repub
General Merrlara leaves for San Francisco
HEARD ABOUT TOWN.
Congressman Mercer "Our Davo" told
the best campaign story of the year so far
at the republican rally at Crelghtou hall.
Ho said he had been In the habit of drop
ping occasionally Into the drug store of a
populist friend. The friend had In his show
window a largp frog as the sign of his sale
of the "frog-ln-youi-throat" medicine.
An over-zealous republican chanced to
drop In for Bomethlnc ono evcnlnc when
Mr. Mercer was there chatting pleasantly
on social matters and Inquiring Into the
druggist's domestic need fortune , and sud
denly broke into the conversation with the
query : "Say. have you changed your plat
"What do you mean ? " was the counter
Intoiiogatlon of the astonished apothecary.
"Will , jou used to have the cottage homo
as your platform , but now > ou've got a
"What's that got to do with my plat
form ? " Inquired the druggist again
"Oh , nothing , except that it's got a green
back , a silver belly and is so full o wind
that It don't know which way to Jump "
Of course Mr. Mercer was taking Icavo of
his friend , the vendor of chemicals , about
the tlmo the intruder got off this sally , but
the audience which heard that story did not
let him get off the stage until It had almost
split Its sides with mirth and threatened the
stability of the building with several
thunders of hilarious applause.
Senator Allen came up from Madison jes-
terday morning to assist In representing the
government at the exposition.
J. H. Wnllbank of Mount Pleasant , la. , a
member of the exposition commission for
that state , is a visitor In the city.
Miss Theresa Gels of Dcadwood. S. D ,
formerly of this city. Is visiting the exposi
tion and declares It n grand SUCCCSH
Mr ana Mrs. Robert Llttlo of Sydney ,
Australia , stopped over In Omaha yesterday
on their \\ay west to look at the exposition
S D. Cook of Davenport , la , editor of
the Tribune In that city. Is In Omaha to
toke part In the Iowa day celebration at
the exposition. Ho Is accompanied b ) Mrs
John J McCarthy. O. A. Pnulsen nnd J
II. Gannon , business men from Davenport ,
la , nro in the city to witness the festivities
connected with Iowa day celebration at the
Deles Thomas of Winston , N. C , division
freight agent for the Norfolk t Western
rullnac ] , u visiting iclativts In the city
and attending the exposition Mrs Thomas
Is with him
T C O'Halloran. who U a member of the
Second Nehrala volunteers , and who has
Just recovered from an attack of typhoid
fever , left jcsterday for Alma Center.VU
where ho will epend his furlough and try
to recuperate his health
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