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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEi TUESDAY, JULY 22 1002.
OMAHA WINS GREAT CONTEST
Last Garni f Kgntu City 8rie t Xoit
SIXTEEN INNINGS OF WONDERFUL WORK
, tat Maa Tallied I Bill Flfteeath aaa
Game la Wn After Twa Haaaa
Ara Dawa la tka Mx
leeatbu Amid the tremendous ' roar of 1,000
voices Omaha defeated Kansas City at
Vinton ttraet park yesterday In tba long
. eit league game ever seen on a local dia
mond. In the last half of the sixteenth In
ning, with two men out, old Reliable Frank
Oenlna dfov the ball Into deep left fell
for two bases, sanding In Johnnie Oondlng
with the winning no. '
It was the most spectacular hit
and precipitated the most demonstrate
cene witnessed on the grounds for many
a day. No aooner bad Oondlng crossed,
the plate with the second run Sot Omaha,
th run which untied th knot and gav
the game to the Rangers, than th dia
mond was fairly thronged with spectators
wild with enthusiasm.. Oealns was
grabbed by a motley crowd and born
away. Oondlng, who had mad two hit
and caught a great game, wa picked p as
If he might har been a kitten, and Owe,
th wlsard of th day. was likewise car
ried off by. -a large number of ardent ad
mirer. For ten minutes after th gam waa over
many of th Joyous fans stayed la the park
and kept up tbelr din of applause. Plaud
its wer showered upon all the horn team.
and so exuberant wa th cheering that
ven Welmer and one or two other Kansas
City player war remembered and given
portion of the enthusiastic outburst.
Wlsas Wm Flerea Ost. -
It would be difficult to Imagine a more
xcltlng and demonstrative scfn than
that enacted when th winning run wa
mad. The grandstand wa packed a on
th two day preceding. It wa ladles' day
and th fair sex was out In full numbers.
The bleacher wer well filled, and for
several Inning excitement had been grad
ually rising to fever heat. Kansas City
bad broken th long chain of blank in
the fifteenth and mad a run and Omaha
had tied tba score In th latter half f
th same Inning. Oondlng was the first
man up in th sixteenth. He sent th ball
out Into right field for a clean, aaf hit
and th pandemonium broke loose. Only
a few people kept their seats and fewer
till war seated until two out Wer
made, with Oondlng still on base.
. Owen advanced Oondlng to aecond by a
sacrifice and Carter popped up a little one
which fell Into Mr. Messltt' shovels.
Things looked bad Indeed, with two men
out, when Oenlns walked to the plate. But
Frank sent a thrill of encouragement Into
the weakonlng souls of his thousands of
admirers, and when th cheering was
again animated Oenlns pasted tha ball,
which went sailing out Into the eool, balmy
air, landing somewhere near th left field
fence. Frank was on second base by'tb
time Oondlng crossed tha plat.
. Th battle was over.
Crowd There i Cheer.
No hasty desertions of th scene of this
glorious triumph a so frequently follow the
final play of a game. The throng which by
now spread from th grandstand down oto
th grounds, swayed and aurged and
roared and rocked Ilk an angry sea driven
fcy some i fierce tempest. Mp. ' and , boy
shouted threw their hats In the air; women
and . girl shouted, too, and waved their
pretty white kerchiefs until th grandstand
where they wer located still resembled a
Chautauqua auditorium. Her and ther It)
tha wild crowd eouli be seen a red-faced
dusty, ttred-looklng Ranger In tat solemn
gray, trying to persuade hi eager worship
ers not to jerk his arm from It sockets or
seeking his balano in the air at th rm-
length of the fan wh had captured blm.
Nothing wa don In vain. It wa worth
It all. A gam sixteen Innings long, with
but two errors on the wli -lng aid and four
hits by th losers was phenomenal In th
history of Western league base ball or any
The run getting for Kansas City In th fif
teenth cam about In this war: Waldron,
who had a tbre-bagger already - to hi
credit, opened up with a line drive to left
for two liases; Hartsell, Mr. Nichols' new
man, followed with a single; Davla struck
out and Kemmer flew to left, enabling
waldron to score betor Bton could po
Ibly return th ball. '
In th latter part of tha fifteenth Dolan
started things going with a two-bagger t
teft. Captain Stewart aent on down It
hort, which Shannon garnered In an!
threw to first, retiring th runner. ,Pear
lined out th pigskin , to right field and
Polan crossed th plate with Omaha' first
run. Thomaa retired th aide with a short
grounder over to "little" Willi Kemmer at
FHchlasr Wa Remarkable.
The work of Owen In th bos wa phen
omenal. All Kansaa City could da with
his delivery was four hits, and but two of
these were made up to the fifteenth Inning,
when tha ether pair wa extorted. Owen
had th temerity to strike out on Cow
boy In th "very last Inning, showing that
he wa still fresh. In all thirteen of th
men from KawvllI fanned the atmoapher
In trying to solvs his hidden mysteries.
' Welmer also pitched a good gam, but
Omaha mad ten hit oB him Just the
am. Both pitcher wer tady. allow
1ng but two free passe each. Welmer
hit on man. -
. But for a most sensational and difficult
running catch by Stone of a long drlv
from Kerqmer's bal In th thirteenth th
result might have been different. The ball
looked Ilk It would leap tba fence. Stone
started with tt and reached tha fence In
time to throw hlmeeU against, It and cop
ai. - - , -i-JS
The best is none too good, es
pecially when tt costs no mora
than d-tubtful quality. Our Gold
Top bottled beer I fitly described
by that word, "beat" nd those
who have given' It a trial tiav
cheerfully agreed with ua. Order
a cas today.
Jetter Brewing Co.,
South Omaha. Neb., Phone t
Omaha Ofnce, phone 1&4X -1KB
1011 Main, Council Bluffs,
Mr. Kemmer'a candidate; for a horn run.
It waa a moat remarkable play.
Throughout th entire sixteen Inning
ther was not what could hav been con
sidered a loe acll oa, and not va M
ball and strike did Mr. ' McQuad give
either tam any Just grounds for complaint
from th Urn th first man stepped t the
plat In th first Inking until th last play
wa mad in th alxtefOth.
Htrkey wis out of th gam with a
sprained back. Attendance. B,000. Boor:
AB. R. H. O. A.
x"Mwn, tm. . I...,,,, . ....
Stewart, lb. '
OonfJIng e t
AB.- R. If.
O. A. E.
Da via, n
:::! I I
Total .. 5 1 4 4T it ', 1
Kansaa City... . 0 0 0 9 0 0 1 1
Earned .runs; Omaha, t: Kane Cltv. L
Stolen base: Stone. 1. Two-be hits;
Dolan. Oenlns. WiMmi: Thre-lwfe "hit:
Bton, Waldron. Sacrifice hits:. Oertln 12),
Owen, Hartsell. First base on ballsi off
uweti, x; on welmer, I. iyr on oases:
Omaha, IS; Kansas City. 4. Hit by pitched
ball! Hy Welmer, ThnWias, Struck: out:
By Owen, IS: by Welmer, 1L Time: 8:00.
Dearer Win U BUhlfe.'
DENVER.' lulv 1 Denier wn unftbl
to do anything to Barber until th eighth,
when tbey touched him up for three tin
gles, a three-bagger and a bom run. At
tendance, 100. Score i '
Dearer ,. 0 1 6 0 Q 0 1 10 i
Milwaukee,' Barber and, Xiuoia.
ala Still Wltslti, ' .
ST. JOSEPH. Jdlv Tl Bt ' Jnfcenh ant.
batted De Moines today.- The visiter wer
unanie to nit cninn wnen bits meant runs.
Score: . , l
t. Joseph M 1 H t h Ml I
De Moinaa.... lMtllMHI
Batteries i vn Moines, Morrison anl
Hansen; at. Joseph, cninn and Roth.
rorta Wlsi a Game. . .
COLORADO SPRINGS Julr fl.Peoria
won today's gam through the inability of
th local to hit when hit counted. Score:
Peoria 0 0 0 0 I t 1 8 11 $
Colo. Spring. 100 0 016 144
Batteries: olnrSfln Hnrlnaa Wirjiitian nA
uaerwaia; reoria, nart ana Wilson.
StamaUae; (f th Teasas.
. Flaved. Won. Lost. B.C.
Omaha , 77 52 23 .7S
Konsa City .. 79 45 14 .570
Dt-nver , ,. 73 40 23 .&4g
Milwaukee 73 18 84 .(28
St. Joseph 76 38 tf .507
Colorado Springs . . 74 M 40 .4'9
Des Molnel 71 ts 44 .g9
eorla 70 21 4t .800
Oarnes todsv: St. Josenh at Omshu.
Denver, Milwaukee at Colorado Springs,
Benoiagtea Trssstei IfalejBtbore.
BENNINGTON. Neb.. Jul lf)DenlH
Bennington people witnessed a very on'
Ided tame of base ball between the Irvine-.
ten muggers ana tn Bennington picked
nln yesterday. The Benningtona won in
a Walkaway. 11 to 1. lrvlnaton had an
imported battery, but they could not play
tne wnoie game. . Batteries: Bennington.
Gain, Peterson and Anderson; Irvlngton,
Wheeler and Baldwin. Timet 1:1. Umpires
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
ClaolaastO iWIa fvaa St. Lowl . by
HaaaaaerlBa; Mstfky tor Slat-
uia. ' "
ST. ' XX)Vth. July 2l.-Cinc1nhatl won tn.
day's game from St. Louie by hammering
Murpny s curves for sixteen hit. Poole
made hi bow with Cincinnati and pitched
well. Attendance, 1,100. Boor: -
t. If..... f
lord, f. i
CINCINNATI. , ,i ST. LOUIS.
w m l w nsrcisy, it... i
I t Smoof. f.....
less VonaTui, rf..
Parrall. sa... 1 1 t
Plata, lb 4 I 1 1 1 Breakaar, lb. 1 4
Corcoran, aa. I 4 4 4 Mabsla, lk. 4 14
Suinfaklt. I 4
111 4 Krsser, lb... 421
Pool. till 4:ftrn. e...... (it
Bargan, .... till 1 Marpky, p.,. 4
4 4 4
I 14 17 11 I
Tsui ... I in I 1
'Batted for Popp In the ninth.
Cincinnati 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 07
fit. Louis 00000010 11
Earned run: St. Louis, 1; Cincinnati, 1
Two-base hit: Nlohola, Bergen, Seymour,
Poole. Three-base hit: Crawford. Home
run: Crawford. Sacrifice hits: Kruger,
Bergen. - Double plays: Parr 11 to Brashear,
Dobb to Bergen, Bteinfeldt to Berkley.
Stolen bale: Barclay. Wild Pitch: Poole.
First base on balls: Off Poole, 8. Struck
outi By Popp. t; by Poole, i: !ft on
bases: fit. Louie, 8; Cincinnati. 10. tnntnn;
pitched: By Murphy, 7H; by Popp, jli.
Hits: Off Murphy, H. Time: 1:40. Umpfre:
FaMIIee Ar staay.
NEW TORK. July . Th game letween
Brooklyn and Philadelphia at Washington
park today, waa One-sided the home team
winning by the score of 10 to 1. Th loose
work ef th visitors In the field was re
sponsible for th big difference In th total.
Attendance, 1,600. Score:
BROOKLYN. I PHnJkDlLPHlA.
R H O. A l l K. H O. A ft.
BlMckara, If.. I s s oiTnoeaaj, ef... 0 0 1
Kaalar, rf.... 1 I 1 4,Barry. rf 1 1
bolan, ef.... 114 4 4
Dsklae, ss... I 8.4 4 4
Akaani. .... 1 8 4 4 0
S.rr.11. a i i 0 4
Halreltt. ss. 4 4 I
Jenslngs, lk. 4 1
Nxtllaaa. If. 4 I
kcOreert, lb. t I II I e1
lrala. k 4 1 i
Wbaalar, Ik.. 1 1 i I 01
Kllaoa, p..... 1114 0
Totala ... l a 14 la a
Taun ...is m si ii -oi
Brooklyn , 8 4 0 0 0 10
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Earned run: Philadelphia, 1; Brooklyn, 1
First bale on errors: Brooklyn, t. Left
on bases; Philadelphia, t Brooklyn, 1 Two
base bits: Barry, Doug.as, Dahlen. Mo
Creery. Stolen bases: Dahlen, Sh cWard,
McCreery, Keeler. Ahearn Wheeler. Dou
ble play: McCreery to wheeler lo Irwin.
Sacrifice hit; Wh'te. First base on balls:
Off Kltson, l;,off White, 1. Struck out: By
Kltson. 4; by White, I. Time: 1:41. Um
' Sfaadlaaj f It) Teams.
St. Louis -.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
pelralt Mae an Easy Time Defeating
Baltlaaar a Latter'
BALTIMORE. July tl.-Detrolt had an
easy time defeating the locals today.
Wilts was ineffective, while the nw
Baltimore men could not touch Slevers.
Attendance, 1,000. Score:
PCTROIT. . . BALT1MORI.
H Q II I a H O A g.
Marlar. If.... ill OiOllbart,. ts. .. 1441
tlb.rl.14, sill I'ftelbacb. It . . I 4
Caaat. ib ... 1 III 4 William., ts. I I 11
Barrett, af... i ill OiDllloa. Ik.... II I 4
Bark, rf i I 1 4 a Sobliiaon. ... I 1 I I 1
leiaa. lb... 114 1 OlArsdt. rt..,.. I i I i I
OlMaoa, Ik.. 1 111 ifc)Ars'r. .l I I I
McOulra. a.. 1 I j ar. ef 4 I 4 I 4
Siaaara, p.... 4 4 I 1 Wlltaa. p.... 4 4 111
Totals ...liinl"! Total ... If 14 4
Detroit 111840 0-1
Two-buss hit: . McOuire. Stolen bases:
Barrett, Gleascn, Arendt, Oyler, Robinson.
Double play) Elberfeld and Oleason. First
bas on balls: Oft Slevers. 8; oft yilt. t.
Hit with pitched bsll: By Wiltse. 1. Struck
out: By Wlltae, 3i bv Slevers, 4. Passed
ball: Robinson. Left on bases: Balti
more, 7; Detroit. 11. Time: 3;i. Vmptr:
Cleveland's Bad lanlnsi.
PHILADELPHIA. July tWft'ith a lead
of sis runs Cleveland had a bad inning,
the eeventh. when the locals tied the score
through tw errors and tw hits, o of
Ihem a horn run. A single by Brhreck,
with two men on nsses. In the ninth won
th game. Attendance, !,4"& Score:
PHILADELPHIA. . CLSVBLANP.
b.h o.a I n h n a m.
H.rtMl. r... I
rnM. ef.... 1
Scbrark. o-lt) 1
9 Pr. cf 1
Mrt-rthf, It. 1
Mlrkman, lb. I
P-ml, rf ... I
Thmar, lb... t
Qnchn'tr. m. 1
L Crnas. lb. 1
stNi, rf . ,
Mvrphy. n.. I
M Oom, M. 1
Power, e-lh. t
HwnlBm, .. 4 1 Monro, I
Fi.nk. p It) e.Wrtabt, ....
- i Tmsis ...m lrn I s
Totals ...ii it rr i i
Two out when winning run scored.
PhHadelohla 1100110 111
Cleveland 11500010 010
Earned runs: Cleveland, ; Philadelphia,
Two-base hits: Rradlev. Thoner (2).
Three-base Mt: Thonev. Home run:
Hansel. Hacrlflce hits: McCarthy. Moore.
Stolen bases: McCarthy, Hartsel (2). Left
on bases: Cleveland, I; Philadelphia, 11.
Double play: M. Cros and Murphy. First
bsse on balls: Off Moore. 1; off Wright, i.
Struck out: Bv Plank, 1; by WaddVII. J.
Wild nHchee: Moore. 1: WrlahL 1. Time:
1:16. Umpire. O'Laughlln.
Washlaatoa Defeats St. lonls.
WASHINGTON. July 21-In attemntlns-
lo make a double play Wallace threw wild
to first, the ball bounding Into the bleach
ers. Anderson recovered the ball and
threw to the plate. Sugden, who was sit
ting on the bench, Jumped up and stopped
the ball. This play permitted Clarke to
rnr the winning run. Attendance, 1,868.
WASHINGTON. i ST. LOVIS.
R H.O.A.E I R.H.O.A.E.
Rrin, rf I i 0 nurkett. II... t I I I I
1X1. Ik.... sell O'H.mpklll. cf. I 1 I i I
tMleb'tr. If.. 4 1 I DiFrl-l rf S 1 S
t'vushlln, lb. 4 I 1 4 4 Aniteraon, lb. 4 I 4 t
Ls, rf 4 1 10 olWaiisrw, m. . I 1
(ray, lb.... 4 4 14 IM'-Cor'k, lb.. 1110
Or, ss 4 14 1 Paddan, lb... 4 14 14
Clarka, e I 1 I 0 Kahoa, a 1 I 1 4
Orth, p...... 0 1 IPowall. p.... 140
ToUls ... I 17 11 Totala ... t I 14 14 I
Washington 00100001 2
bt Lauls 01000000 01
Earned runs! Washlnartnn ' 1. Twn-hnse
hits: Couphlln, Powell, Padden. Home
run: I'lnrKe. stolen bases: Kyan, Dele
hanty. Sicritlv-e hit: Doyle. Double plays:
Padden to Wallace (2), Padden to Ander
son. Bases on b"lls: Off Orth, 1; olt Pow
ell, X. Struck out: By Orth, 6; by Powell, 1.
Left on bases: Washington, 2; St. Louis,
t. Wild pitch: Powell. Time: 1:35. Um
pires: Connolly and Carr inhere.
Chicago Loses at Boston.
BOSTON, July tl.-Dlneen pitched the
home team to victory over Chicago today,
the visitors betnar unable tn hat until the
last of the game. Attendance, 3,140. Score:
BOSTON. . CHICAGO.
R.H.O.A.B. B. H.O.A.E.
poushartr, If I I 1 0 Strang, Ik.... 0 1 I 1 I
Collins, lb... 114 0 Jonea, cf 1 I I 1 0
SUM, of 0 0 1 Orwn. rf 4 10 0 4
Kraaman, rf., 1 1 t In Iiarla, sa. 0 0 0 1 1
far.nl, sa... 1 lit klartaa. If.... 4 1111
LaCh'os, lb.. 1 110 0 laball, lb.... 1 0 10 I 0
Kerrla, lb.... 14 11 llDalr. lb 1 t I 1 0
Warner, ... 0 I 10 0 Morarlan. a 0 4 I 1 0
iMoaao, p.... 1 I 0 Pattaraoo, p.. 0 0 1 4 4
Totala ... I 11 IT u Totals ... t 7 14 14 I
Boston 10010210 t
Chicago .... 0 000002101
Earned runs) Boston, 1; Chicago, 1. Two-
Das nits: Collins, Dlneen Green, Daly.
Three-base hit: Warner. Stolen base:
Parent. Double nlav: Collins in Lnhanca
first buse on bails: Off Dlneen, 2; off Pat
terson, l. struck out: By Dlneen, 8. Time:
1:46. Umpire: Sheridan.
Standing; of in Teams.
Played. Won. Los! P.C.
Chicago 70 42 28 .000
Philadelphia 71 41 30 .677
St. Louis 72 89 33 .542
Boston 76 41 35 .639
Washington 76 86 39 . 40
Cleveland 76 35 41 .461
Baltimore 75 31 44 . 413
Detroit 71 29 43 .408
Games today: Cleveland at Phlindelnht
Chicago at Boston, St. Louis at Washing
ton, Letroit at Baltimore.
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Indianapolis Palls Oat si Victory by
Sharp Hlttlnar In In
INDIANAPOLIS, July 21. Indianapolis
uuiieu out a victory toaay Dy snarp nittin
in the eeventh and elehth after Miller ha
apparently presented Toledo the game. He
gave seven bases on balls and five resulted
in runs. Attendance, y;u. score:
INDIANAPOLIS. - TOLEDO'. ' '
K.H.O.A.B. - II H O. A K.
HocrleTar. rl 1 I 1 4 0 florna. lb 0 I I k (1
Kuhna. U....0 110 0 Mranjr, rf.... 0 j 1 0 0
Woodrstf. lb. 0 4 4 I 0 Owens, aa..., 114 11
SlllS Turnar, lb... I 0 0 1
0 1 I I I Smith, lb.... 1 1 1 1 0
till Oirianagan,. If. 0 1 0
1 I I 0 0 Ollka, cf 0 1110
list i Kiainow, c, 0 0 4
111 0 Mock, p
Totala ...4 II 17 11 ( Totala ... I I 14 II 4
Indianapolis ........ 01100021
Toledo 80010000 05
Bases on balls: Oft Miller, 7; off Mook, 4.
Struck out: By Miller, 6; by Mock, 3. Two
base hits: Flick, Owens. Three-base hit:
Heydon. Sacrifice hit: Woodruff. Double
filays: Mock to Owens to Turner, Burns
o Owens to Turner. Stolen bases: Fox
(2), Flick, Ollks, Burns. Owens 2). Left
on oaees: inainnapons, ; joieao, 8. Time:
i. o. umpire: tynaau.
Fall to Hit Bailey
LOUISVILLE. July 21. Bailey had the
Louisville batsmen completely at his mercy
today, though Knoll's catch of Schaub's
fly In the eighth saved the day for Colum-
dub, as two men were on tne bases. At
tendance, 1,721. Score: ,
COLUMBUS. . . LOUISVILLE.
Hart, ef 4 111- OlKerwla. rf... 1110 0
Vloa, sa I 1 4 1 -0 Bonner, Ib... 1 0 14 0
Orlm, lb 0 1 4 1 l Ploumoy, if. 1 I 1
Mcrarland. rf I I I Oannoa, lb.. I 1 I
Turnar, Ib... I 111 0 (1) mar, aa-cf 0 0100
Knoll, It 11 1 0 O'Srhaub, lb... 4 110
chMttka, lb I 1 I I 1 Spl.a, a...... I I l.
Fox, s s oiailller. aa.... 1 1 1
Bal 1.7. p till OiCoone. p .... 0011
Odall, cf t I
Totala ... I I 17 11 I
I Totals ... I 4 17 10 1
Columbus 0 101000008
Louisville 4 0000000102
Left on bases: Louisville, 8; Columbus t.
Two-base nit: Orlm. Three-base hits
Knoll, Schaetske, Flournoy. Bacrlflce hit
Orlm. Double play: Hart to Vloa to
Turner. Stolen bases: Clymer (2), Turner
Flournoy. Gannon. Struck out: Bv Tiallev
I; by Coons, 1. Hit with Ditched bail:
Flournoy. First base on balls: Off Bailey,
4; off Coons, 1. Wild pitch: Bailey. Time:
l.uu. umpires: be ii river and Wagner.
Bt. Paul Beats Milwaukee.
MILWAUKEE. July 21. St. Paul beat
Milwaukee this afternoon by timely hitting I
In the fifth inning. Elliott and Slim. net
both pitched good ball. Dlllard was put (
out oi tne game tor sousing in umpire.
Attendance, 330. Score:
i ST. PAt'L. I MILWAl'KEC.
RH.O.ABl R. H.O.A.E.
Oaler. ss 0 111 llDunsan. If... 0 110 0
Bbannoa, cf. 0 1 4 0 A. MrB'e, ef. 1 0 I
t.umlry. If... I 110 Srhleback. b 0 I 1 4 0
I v a o riauman. rf . . 0 0
alia i.ni,.m,. i . . . .
0 0-11 0'Runkla. ib .. 1 1 14 0
Ilurl.r. e.... 11110
Sllmm.l, p .. I 0 0 4 0
Parauaoa. Ib. 1 0 1 0
iroaa. s s 0 I 0
Elliott, p.... 0 1 0 I I
I I It II I
Totala ... 4 T It II I
St. Paul 01001100 0-4
Milwaukee 01100100 0-1
Earned runs: Ht. Paul, 2. Two-base hit:
Shannon. Sacrifice hit: Hoggins. Bases
on balls: Off Elliott, 1;- off Stinunel, X.
Wild pitches: Btlmmel, 1. Struck out: By
Elliott. 4; by Stlmmel, 1. Left on bases:
MI'waukee, t; St. Paul. 4. Stolen bases:
Cltngman, A. McElrlde, Ferguson (2). Um
pire: Ebrlght. Timer 1;&.
Kansaa City Heats Minneapolis.
KANSAS CITY, July 2l.-Kansas City
won in the .eighth by baiting out five runs.
Attendance, 4uo. Score:
KANSA CITY. , MINNEAPOLIS.
KMhre. it-Ik 114 10 Lynch, ef.... Dili
Berlll.. a.... 0 14 1 1 Lally, It 1 I I 0 I
Smith, lb-lf. 1 04 I Pbyla. lb.... 0 0100
Nanca. cf 10 4 1 W.rd.a. lb.. 1110
Una sa .... 1 1 I I I Bara. a 10 4 10
Johnaon, II... 0 4 0 0 0 gulllan, aa... I I I 1 1
Oaar. rf 0 0 0 0 Grant, ib.... 0 1 I I I
W. Aa'va. lb. 1 I 1 0 Olkbana. rf. 0 1 1
Thl.l. tb I I I 1 0 Sporar, p 4011
Wolla, p Ill
; Totala ... I I 14 I I
ToUls ... I II It I I
Kansas City 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 I I
Minneapolis 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
ICarned runs: Kansas City, 4; Minne
apolis, 1. Two-base nits: Kotnruss. Thlel.
Stolen bases: Smith, Qulllen. Grant. Crib-
bens. Doable play: Uuillen to Warden.
9 play: Uuillen to Warden,
balls: Off Spurer, S. Hit by
lly Wolfe. 1: by Poorer, i.
First base on
k out: By Wolfe. 2: by Suorer X.
Passed ball: Uyers. Sacrifice hit: Nance.
Time: 1.4a. Umpire: liasaell.
Itaalias at In Teams.
Plaved. Won. Lost J.C.
Louisville , 71 M 24 .ft'J
Indianapolis "rt 41 27 .64
St Paul , 7 44 15 .aft 7
Columbus 7 SS 41 .481
Kansas City t 34 41 .4M
Milwaukee 74 M 41 .M
Minneapolis T7 ' 4 .377
Toledo 7 .24.. is .fed
Qames today: Minneapolis at Kansaa
Cltv. St. Paul at Milwaukee. Toledo at
ladlanajjolla, Columbus at Loulsvlile.
JEFFRIES QUITE CONFIDENT
Whn Time Com Baji E Will UtU
0oo4 111 of Hii Promise
PUBLIC IS PATRONIZING POOL ROOMS
Mneh Money I Being; Staked! on th
Fight at n Ratio f Ten to Font
and a Half, Jeffrlea Hav
InaT the Longf End.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 21. Th arrival
of Fltislmmoo from Skaggs Springs ha
had th effect of stimulating interest in hi
coming contest with Jeffrie and this week
will doubtless be most exciting on la
Tha Cornlshman will finish hla training
in this city, exercising at the Olympic club
and doing hi road work In Golden Oat
park. He look to b in fine condition.
The possibility of any HI effects that he
may suffer due to the sudden change of
climate In his training locations doea not
worry Fltxsimmons In the least. He thinks
that his present condition is proof against
th rigors that any San Francisco climate
can offer. HI opinion Is shared by Trainer
Oeorge Dawson, who state that th cool
air, even though It be laden with moisture,
will act aa a bracer and do Fltxsimmons a
world of good.
Champion Jeffrie did practically nothing
on Sunday. When asked what he would do
today he said:
In the morning I will take to the road
with my brother and Joe Kennedy. My
work will be llccht. In the afternoon I'll
go to the gymnasium and box with my
partners ana puncn tne Dag. i will worn
right up to Friday, but my work will not
amount to much. You see. I am ready to
go into tne ring at a moment s notice una
make the fight of my life. My training
Is practically over, and when the time
comes I will make good everything I hav
In the pool room there appear to bs
no limit to th amount of money the public
Is willing to stake on Jeffries or Fltislm-
mons to win. The betting Is at the ratio
of 10 to i, Jeffries having the long end.
Fit Feels Sore.
A brisk run through Golden' Oat park
to th ocean beach and a spirited plunge
and rubdown at the terminal training
quarter filled In a busy morning for Rob
ert Fltzsimmons. The Cornlshman ran
eleven miles with his trainers, tiring them
all and showing himself to be In splendid
"Th stories as to my leg muscles being
bound," said Fltzsimmons today, "are ab
surd and false. I never felt better and
stronger than now, and I shall win the
Fltzsimmons retired early and will con
fine himself tomorrow to even lighter ex
ercise. Jefferles spent a day practically in Idle
ness, exercising Just enough to hold his
"I will win the fight before It has run
Its length," he said to press representa
tives. Since the arrival of Fltzsimmon yes
terday afternoon the betting haa been stim
ulated, but the champion remains tho
favorite at 10 to 4ft. with Fltzsimmons
seemingly unable to cut down the odda.
Much money, however, is being posted.
ACCIDENTS MARK OPENING
Summer Meeting; of ., Jockey Clnb
Btnrta at Cttleaa;) and Six
CHICAGO, July 21.-,NumeroUs accidents
marked the opening of the summer meet
ing of the Chicago Jockey chib at Harlem
todav. In the steeDlechase over the short
course live of the six horses fell.. The
mare Queenshlp was killed, her neck being
broken In the fall. Jockey Taylor, who
rode Farrell, waa badly bruised, but he
will recover. When the accident occurred
the horses were bunched with tne excep
tion of Icenl, the extreme outsider, who
waa nearly a quarter of a mile behind.
The falling of the others left Icenl master
of the situation and he finished alone.
Jockeys Worthlngton and Dupee, who es
caped injury, remounted- Dagmar and
Helen Paxton and finished a length apart
for second money.
The feature event of the day was the
competition stakes for 2-year-olds, which
was won by Shooting Star. Scratches took
nearly all the Interest from the stake, only
five horses facing the flag. Shooting Star
was played heavily and won easily from
Esherln, an added starter. The latter, In
a determined rush, beat out Vatklns Over
ton, the favorite, for place. The stake was
worth $2,070 to the winner.
In the first race Jockey Mathews was
painfully Injured by being thrown over Ice
King's head. Mathews was picked up un
conscious and had to be carried to th
Jockey room on a atretcher. Weather fine,
track deep and holding.
Bape-rlor Defeats Indiana.
SUPERIOR. Neb.. July 21. (Special.) A
most peculiar and exciting game of base
ball was played here yesterday afternoon,
the second of the series with the Haskll
Indians. In the-ninth Inning, with tha
score 4 to 1 In Its favor, the Superior team
went to pieces and allowed the Indians to
score six runs. With the game aa good as
won. the Indians became careless nnd thon
rattled, and the Superiors took the game
away from them bV heavy hitting, the last
two scores being made with two men nut.
Buss, the pitcher whose nervousnens had
allowed the Indian such an advantage In
the first half of the Inning, made the long
drive to right field that scored the winning
runs. Attendance, 450. Score:
Superior 10010010 6-10
Batteries: Indians, Rapp, Bartholomew
snd Felix; Superior, Buss, Townsend and
Wabash Lands on Manley.
WABABH. Neb.. July 21. (Special.)
Wabash defeated Manley tn an Interesting
game of base ball on the grounds of the
latter by the score of 10 to 1. . The feature
of th game waa the splendid support of
the Wabash Infield. Score:
Wabash X, 0060111, 110 t
Manley , 00011000016
Batteries! Wabash, Hulfish and Austin;
Manley, Kennedy and Jenkins. Time: 1:20.
Umpire: Clark. Attendance: 260.
Norfolk Donblea on Sloox.
NORFOLK. Neb.. July 21. (Special Tele
gramsIn the game today between the
Norfolk and the Fagley nine of Sioux Cttv
Norfolk won by a score of 12 to 6. Score:
Sioux City 00111 0 0004
Batteries: Norfolk, Bucklln and Agan;
Sioux City, Orendorf and Trainer.
Pitcher McPaddrn Is Reinstated.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., July 21-Pltcher Mc
Fadden, who was suspended by Umpire
Cole at Colorado Springs for questioning
the umpire's decisions, was officially noti
fied yeMerday by President Sexton that the
suspension had been raised.
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Sw NS af. FRANCIS, Qen'l Pa$$. Agtnt, f
Statement of Taxes Paid by the Various Railroads Owned by the G. B.
& Q. System in Nebraska for the Year 1901.
TAXE3 PAID v
RAILROAD TAXES PAID MILES PER MILS
B. & M. in Nebraska f 90,363.70 191.61 $471.44
Atchison & Nebraska in Nebraska 20,952.71 108.04 193.93
Chicago, Nebraska & Kansas in Nebraska 733.32 5.'28 138.88
Grand Island &Wyoming Central in Nebraska 42,723.47 352.44 121.23
Lincoln & Black Hills in Nebraska 25,243.23 176.61 142.93
Lincoln & Northwestern In Nebraska 11,961.62 73.49 162.76
Nebraska & Colorado in Nebraska 61,085.63 430.71 141.82
Nebraska Hailway in Nebraska 29,240.01 136.74 213.84
Omaha & North Platte in Nebraska 20,335.98 80.59 252.34
Omaha & Southwestern in Nebraska 17,538.54 50.88 344.70
Oxford & Kansas in Nebraska 5,731.76 59.61 146.49
Bepublican Valley in Nebraska 108,885.36 552.18 197.19
Republican Valley, Kansas & S. W. in Nebraska.... 1,304.74 8.50 154.68
Republican Valley & Wyoming in Nebraska 5,921.49 . 49.17 120.43
Nebraska, Wyoming & Western in Nebraska 6,597.62 140.78 , 46.86
" ; " "vTotai . .'i .;v., . . . : . . . . . .$451,619.78 2,416.63 " fl86.89
The Nebraska. Wyoming aV Western in Nebraska was under construction In 1P00.
taxes on the Nebronka, Wyoming Western railroad should be eliminated from this
by this system would be (193.60.
In the operation of these railroads, there Is a remarkable variation In th volum
pay well, others show a material loss.
. We give below a statement, showing the gross and net receipt snd net rvanu
Nebraska which are &wned or operated by the C. B. ft Q. Railway Co.
GROSS ' OPERATING NET
RAILROAD , EARNINGS EXPENSES EARNINGS NET LOSS
B. & M .....f 3,9S5,355.93 f 1,487,049.56 452,498,306.37
A. & N 794,473.69 442,612.18 351,861.51 -
C. N. & K 14,639.81 ' 8,491.36 6,148.45
N. & C 1,398,038.41 ': 837,460.40 560,577.95
Neb. Ry . 751.848.68 496,744.61 255,104.07
O. & 8. W 393,330.23 294,013.37 99,316.86
Oxford & Kan 121,362.50 50,918.17 70,414.33 ,
Rep. Valley 3,330,452.79 1,818,212.03 1,512,240.16
N. W. & W 14,989.00 9,552.78 5,436.22
Rep. V. K. & 8. W 16,845.98 10,614.20 6,231.78
O. & N. P 380,540.90 385,295.50 4,754.60
G. I & W. C.... 1,068,872.48 1,357,556.31 288,683.83
L. & B. n 136,025.31 - 247,310.88 111,285.57
L. & N.-W. 121,254.16 149,660.23 28,406.07
R. V. & Wyo. . . . .-. 39,458.64 , ' 32,904.12 6,554.62
Total $12,567,488.51 $7,628,426.20 $5,372,192.32 433,130.07
Net Revenue $4,939,062.25
Th figure shown tn the Jtatement of net earning do hot '
Include the item of taxes amounting to $451,619.78 and .our pur
pose In making this statement In this way Is to hav It agree
with the form of statement given to th Inter-State Commerc
Commission. It will ba seen that thee railroad pay on an aver
age of $2,040.00 per mile net revenue, while the Chicago, Burling
ton 4V Qulncy system of railroads in that year paid $2,348.27 net
per mile in that, th most prosperous year In th " history of
In that year, theC. B. 4V Q. system received a net earning
'DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN
PARTS 1 to 20
At The Bee Office
Price 10 cents By mail 15 cents
(Issued Under Authority of the Railroads
If the mileage and payment made for
statement, the average taxes per mile paid
of business transacted. Soma of then
ultimately derived from th rail reads In
amounting to $18,100,177.09 and 17 per cent of that net earning
was derived from the business in Nebraska and tt 1 a Uttl ex
traordinary to find that 27 per cent of th taxes paid by this
system of road wa paid in Nebraska. On tb bail ef net
earnings, when compared with th State of Illinois, Wisconsin,
Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado. Wyoming, Montana and South
Dakota, it will b seen that Nebraska ha received her ' full
proportion when taken In comparison with these other state,
through which th Burlington system runs, while th buslnes
furnished the railroad from th Stat of Nebraska wa $308.27
per mil less than the average furnished that system.
. ROUND TRIP TO
July 17-31. Aug. 7-14
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