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THE OMAHA DAILY HKEi FllIDAY, JULY 25, 1002.
SAINTS LOSE THE UST ONE
Omaha's Timely BaUla J (rats Inetlur from
Mclibbea'a Train ftobbirt.
STONE LANDS ON PARVIM WITH CASE
Xaa Oate a Slaale, Deaala
ui Rosier Oat ! rear
Tlaae at t.
"" u i I '
ra.n. .. 1 i i 4 t I
nwna, el.,.. I i l
single, double tad bote ran out. of
Tour timet at bat Til Stoot'a record y
terday In the third and last gam of tb
Series between Omaha sod BU Joseph,
which went to tb born team. Bton
Smed to bit Mr. Psrrla just bMinii h
liked to. Every time up be coanected
with the ball, and each time reached nrst
baae. but once, the flrit time at bat. ble
life was eeeured by a fumble of a bit to
short. Twice did the young left flalder
cor. Bo ble part la winning the feme
tea a rltal one.
Btone'a homer came In the fifth lanlaf
and wa the ooljr hit or run that Inning.
He caught the ball quarly oa bla bat and
lifted It to the lert-eenter field ao that with
too bounce It cleared the feaoo aad the
tout young man, who bate far pastlis,
lowed up, and walked leisurely arouaa the
diamond amid the cheer of bla ardent ad
. While the Mleaourtana managed to touch
Al lower up for nine blta, oae mora than
the locale got. they failed to bunoh their
htta and were aot on their toea oa the
besee at the proper ttmee. Notwttbataad
lng theee facta, though, the visitors did
bare to face what eould be called nothing
but aheer ill luck. Only oneo were they
Able to make anything out of aa arror by
the home team. The pair of mlsplayd
charged to Oenlaa, which were wide throws
to Pears, got the visitors nothing.
Alloway's work la tha bo , was of that
masterly character which deeerrea special
. credit. He was not Invincible la bla de
livery, for the Jo Joa bit him alao times
safely, walked twice and oa tha other band
fanned four times. But Alloway's great
work came In la bla fielding. Out af nlna
chanoea ha rolaied none and It should
said that some of bla assist were made
on extremely difficult chances,
Manager Rourke'a Rangers leave tonight
for Denver and will not ratura until Au
gust S, wbea they meet Dee Molaes oa the
soma grounds. Attendants, 1,804. Soors
Carter, rf I
nine, Sb 4
Stone, If 4
i Peara. lb..,-
4 Graham, cf .... 4
Oondlng, e I
AUoway, p 8
Two-has hit: Ltindgrn. Sacrifice hit:
Feraen. Stolen oascs: William). Seymour.
Dlrurk out: By Ltindgren. 1; bv Hahn, (.
First eon on bells: tiff Ltinritren. I. off
Hahn. 1. Time: 1:S. Vmnlrei O'Lay.
ev Vara: Skats Oat llrneklya.
NEW TOftK. Jlllv 14 MrHnl'l -Mew
Tork playera shut out Henlon'a men at
ProoKlyn today In a faat. clean and well
piayel ann-ie. Matthewaon had solentlM
control and wae excellently supported.
Attendance, 4.400. Score:
KW TOaa. 1 BROOKLYN.
a u n a 1 , n u n a a
J". U 1 1 a e'Mweiart. If.. i t 1
Hir, ri.... 4 4
Dolan, ct 1 I 4 (
rtekin ... a t a a
Lt, lb... s ill eiramii. a.... I I I
iml. lb ... 14 1 KK'nwry, Ik 4 I I i
tt 1 III Irwin, lb I 4 t
anrna. a a it i Wh.i, ib.. e i i a
MaU e ra, 4 4 4 4 alNewtoa, ... 4 111a
Totals ... IT 4 e Totale ... I I It II 1
New York a a i a a i a a
Brooklyn 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Karned run: New Tork. Flrat baae on
arror: New Tork. Left on baaee: New
Tork, f: Brooklyn, 7. Two-baee hlta:
Smith, Heeler, polan. Btolen baaea: Keeler,
Prodi, Jones. McGinn is. Double plar:
Sheckard to Dahlen to Wheeler. Flrat baae
?n belle: Off Mathewaon, 1: off Newton, 1.
Ht by pitched ball: By Mathewaon. 1.
Struck out: By Mathewaon, 4: by Newton,
4. Time: 1:40 Umpire: Emalle.
lleetoa Beate Phillies.
BOSTON. JulV t4-nnatnn wnn from
Philadelphia through error of Chllds and
Felix, which netted Boston two runa.
Philadelphia's single run came with a bat
tin rally In the ninth, when three Sinai
War made. A sensational double play In
the ninth by Demont, Oregalnger and Long
prevented Philadelphia from tlelng the
acor. Attendance, 1,400. Score:
a.M.o.a.a.l nun a a.
CooWy. If ... 1 14 1 STbomaa. ef.. 4 I
f..r. lk.. till e Barry, rt 4 i I i a
iMmieat, id. , viae e uMin, u e a a a
Cr.,, ft.,,. IS ijAoklitnu, a i i a
Oraia'e'r. Ib. a S I ftijMatna. mm. e 1 a 1
too a, e Sill Daaalu, lk.. 4 1 I S a
th. ti 4 4 1 4 4 r.iix. lb...,, t lit
Morae, e 4 114 OlOhllila, lb... I 1 I i I
. a nil liwkite, ... I I I a
Teute It U "l ToUla ...IliJiil
Boston 0 404901 t
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 11
Earned run: Philadelphia. Two-baee
hit: White. Stolen baae: Carney. Double
play: Felix to Chi Id a to Douglaa, Ion a to
Demont to Tennay, Demont to Oremlnaer
to Long. Case on bulla: Off F&son, 2; off
wnne, a Hit ny pitcneo can: carney.
Struck out: By Eaaon. 1: bv White. A
Time: 1:40. Umpire: Power.
Itaadln of tke Team.
Sweeney of Norrlatown, Ta., will be given
a trial n MBnav.e lirh(nnn The relBKA
of Substitute Oyler haa been recalled.
Otar Challennee Klrhol.
KANSAS CITT.- July J-(peclol Tele-
rram. Ever elnce the opening of the baae
all aeaeon there haa been much dlacttaalnn
among the fnna aa to the auperlorlty be
tween the Hiuee ana jMnnningiiea, ana to
eettle this quentlnn beyond any doubt
Manager Dale uenr Of tha Kaneae City
American Aaenclatlon club nna leaued a
challenge to the Wratern league manager
to a poel-aeaeon eerie of five gamee to o
clde all claim to the championship. The
teame are to play wltn their regular nne-
udi aa nulrklv After the rlnalna of the
championship aeaaon aa poaalble. Members
ot the Blue have been wanting a cnance
to meet the Western leaauer and playera
of the latter team have expressed the eame
desire, ao when they meet, providing the
challenge la accepted, there will be a battle
Indian Pitcher Doe Well.
ONAWA. la.. July tl (Sneclal Tele
gram.) The Sail team waa defeated by
Anderson learners this afternoon In an
Interesting anme of ball. Score, 4 to t.
Snllx waa blanked four Innings and got Its
two runs In the eighth on a hit and an
error. Kaymond. the Indian pltcheV, waa
In great form and pitched a fine game. He
allowed but six hits and struck out fifteen
men. King allowed five nits and struck out
en men. Uattertea: On aw a. King and
Frelae: Salix, Kaymond and Long. Um
pire: Prlchard. Onawa plays Blencoe tomorrow.
Colerldare Land on Randolph.
COLERIDOK. Neb.. July U. (8peclal
Telegram.) Coleridge easily defeated Ran
dolph here today. Score by Inning:
Coleridge 1 0 7 1 0 0 0 1
Played.' Won. Lost.
i- Total SI I
? ST. JOSEPH.
t ft U
Pittsburg 77 N
Brooklyn 83 47
Chicago 77 40
Boston 71 38
tUMinnatl 74 (3
St. Louis 74 84
Philadelphia ) 8)
Nw lor 70 17
dames today i Cincinnati at Chlcaso.
New York at Brooklyn. Philadelphia, at
Boston, Pittsburg at Bt. Louis.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
Barketf'o Home Ban la Ninth Make
, f latakt of Boatoa Gam
later est la a.
BOSTON. July 14 St. Loul went out In
order for seven out of eight Innings, but
Burkett'a borne run In the ninth made the
core close and the finish exciting. Attend
ance, ,77. score:
BOSTON. BT. LOUIS.
a. ho. a. a.
rotitirtr, if 1 I i I
Coillaa, ib... I I I I
stiki. ct (tie
rrwnu, It. I I 1 I
famt. aa.... f 4 4 I
Uch'ee, lk.. t 111 I
Frrla. Ik... 4 114
fnr, e i 4 l
Hmshlll. at. 4 1 S 1
Andmoo. lk I II a
Wsllaea, aa.. I I I I
km or a, id,, s e
Pmdrt.o, Ik.. 1 1 t
KIk, e I I I 1
Pevell, 1 S S t
Totals V I 84 IT
Omaha i I 00I1000- 4
fiL Joaeon 000101040-1
Karntd rune: Omaha. 1: Bt. Joseph, 1.
Two-baae hlta: Dolan, Stono. Hartman,
Taula ... 4 II It 14 41 Totals ... I M II e
Boston 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0
t Louis 010000001-1
Earned rins: Boston. 4. Two-baae hit
Collin. Freeman. Three-base hit: Collins,
Ferri. Home run: Burkett. Stolen baae:
W'allaoe. Struck out: By Toung, (; by
Mayer. Home run: Stone. Flrat baae on I powell, 6. Time: 1:42. Umpire: Sheridan
XXI A5l7owL,rtoyboi.n',to"s7.,wk?t. Stofe'S Covelaad,
baae: Stone. Left on baaee: Omaha, 4: WASHINGTON, July 14. Both Carrick
Bt. Joseph, 10. Struck out: By Alloway, 4; I and Barnhard were effective In today'e
by Parvtn. f. Tune: J-.au. umpire aicMuaae. game ana aepi nit wen ecaiterea. A two-
Peoria Will Protect.
nrvvEB. Jtilv.c 14.-Paaiia refused -4o
continue the first game aftee the alxth
Inning on account ot a dlaputed decision
' tha iimnlre. The arama waa forfeited
to 0. In the second game the local won
tiv aunerlor and all-round playing. Both
gamea will b protested. Attendance, 1,000.
Score, nrt game:
baae hit by
Byan, followed by Doyle'e home
Unjaoc. l.asu Scorst
run, won the game for the noma team. At-
nsUh'ty, If.. I I I I i
Denver , 0 0 0
Batterlee: Denver. Eyler
Peoria, 8hafatall and Wilson.
0 0 0-444
0 9 -4 1 1
Kaiatar, rt... 1 I
Cou.hiia. lb. I I
Caiay. lk.... I I 11 1
BU. aa 1 a 1 T a
Clarka, a 9 I I
CarrMk. ... t I I
0 0 7 I 1
Denver ... J
Peoria ......... 0 I 0 S 0 0
Batteries: Denver. Moeklman and Wll-
aonj Peoria, Hart, Wllaon and Vaughn.
t naaaai buy a rn.rn.vm nnu
Totals ... I
I 17 14 1
Bay. af 9 111
BriAlaf, Ik.. I 1 1
Ljele. Ib... 1111
Hlrkaian, lb. I 11 I
Flick, rf 9 110 1
McCarthy, II. 1 S
Oorha'ar, aa, 9 9 I I 9
Wood 4 I I I
0 0 10 0
0 0 4 0 0 1
1 T 14 II
0 1 0 -4
0 0 0-1
Washington, 1; Cleveland,
'. 4av took the lasl
I rlaon nltohed for
'vlaltora In check until the ninth Inning.
.when they landed on mm tor aeven runa,
Brilliant fielding by the locale wsB a tea-
ufa of tha pnntaaL Attendance. OOOl Score
' " ' . O u HI
Kansas City ,. 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 H i
De Molnee .. . 101090000-444
I Batterlea: Kanaaa City, Rleley and Mea-
altti De Moluea, Morriaon ana Hansen.
Fail to Hit BiePhereea. .
' COLORADO SPRINGS. July K-Mllwau-ke
took a commanding lead, In the flrat
' Inning on two baae hlta, 7ol low-id by Duffy'
: borne run. Three more were added by an
! opportune three-bagger In the alxth. The
lecala could not Hit Mcrnorson. acore:
Colo. Springs- 01100010-144
Milwaukee .... 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-4 1
Batterlea: Colorado Spring, Newmeyer
and Baerwald; Milwaukee, Mcpherson and
Btaadlac af Ika Teanaa
1. Two-baae hlta; Ryan, Kelater. Three-
base hit: Bay. Home run: Doyle. Double
play: Kelater to Carey, Bernnard to Qoch-
nauer, iajoie to nicaman. oaaea on pan
Off Carrick. l: off Bernhartl. 1. Struck out
At Phllaflalphla Philadelphia-Detroit
aame called at the and of the eeoond Inning
on account of rain.
At Baltimore Baltimore-Chicago game
poatponea on account ot rain. .
Btaadlaa af tha Teaoaa.
a, V1L V. Bl I l ., aa VU UCIIIIinill, a. Dll
, July M.-Kahaa City to- Jy Carrick. 1 1 by Bernhard. 1.
t game of the serlea. Mo- )s9; Washington, I: Cleveland,
r " he local and held th IM. Umpire: Carruthtra and Cot
St. Loul ....
Cleveland . .
11 13 1
Randolph 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 7 1
Batteries: Coleridge, Bucklln and Wood;
Randolph, Haupmler, Kausel and Spafford.
Umpire: Dad Turner.
Loag Drive Wine for Springfield. -
SPRINOFIELD, Neb., July 24. (Special.)
Sorlnafleld won the second game from
Wehoo yeatarday by a acoro of 4 to 1. At
the end of the alxth Inning, with the eenre
standing 1 to 1 In favor of Wahoo, Catcher
Bate or tne epringneiq learn mane a noma
run, with three men on baae, winning th
game. Batterlea: Springfield, Clement and
Bate; Wahoo, Anderson and Johnson.
Redaklae Scafp Kearneyltea.
gram.) The Haskell Indlane put on their
war paint toaay ana ec.aipea me ivearney
baaa ball team by a score of 7 to 4. Bat-triu-
tCearnev flrhauh and Burmani
Indian, Rapp and Felix. Umpire: Sullivan.
Faaley'a gloom Fsggtd Oat.
BLOOMFIELD. Neb.. July M. (Sneclal
Telegram.) Fagley'a Sioux City and the
Bloomfleld team played the lecond game
here today. Bloomfleld winning, 9 to t.
T. Din. m A.l T fi.M A n X A .
Sioux City, Meta and Olaon. Umpire: Cogga-
la Aaaerieaa Aaeooiatioa.
URinra vuvir-j . uuiiid, iiiq m i. v. . . x r n i , .11
dtananolla at Minneapolis, Toledo at Kan
sas City, Columbus at Milwaukee.
GRAND CIRCUIT RACE MEET
Three Favorltea aad Oae Ontalder
Carry Oat Honora at
CLKVEIjAND: July 24.-Three favontea
and an outsider won at the grand circuit
meeting today. Darwin waa the selection
for the opening race and Lord Marsh waa
the second choice. The showing made by
Lord Marsh In the flrat two heata, 'Which
he won. caused a break of the money
toward him. He was all out after the first
half of the third mile had been raced, ar.d
he-caught the flag on the next trip. Went
worth loomed up in the third heat and waa
able to beat Darwin, who waa always the
Daphne Dallas was made the favorite In
the 2:11 pace, with Dick See a a strong
second. The pace was terrific all the way
and all seemed lost to the favorite after
she waa beaten by Caeconda In the third
and fourth heata. She chased Casconda
so faat In the fourth heat, however, that
he waa all out In the fifth heat, and she
won this neat ana the race.
The favorite. Amelia, clipped a aacofid off
her record to win the Initial heat of tha
2:10 trot and repeated In exactly the same
time. There was a hard fight for the place.
Oreenllne waa a strong favorite for the
1:17 pace and he was never In real danger
at any time in tne two trips. rranK .rwin,
driver of Tou Bet, In the 2:11 pace, waa
unaeated In the third heat, but wa put
back again for the next one. Summaries:
2:23 class, trot, purse 11, COO., three In flv:
Wentworth, blk. g., by Superior,
dam by Highland Chief
(James) 7 1111
Darwin, g. g. (McHenry) 4 2 111
Miss Brock, b. m. (Nuckolx) 1 4 4 0 4
Halite Hardin, ch. m. (McQuIre) 17 114
Boralma'a Brother b. h. (Nash) 4 4 4 5 1
Goldbug, b. g. (Stewart) 4 8 4 4 4
The General, ch. g. (Ketcham) 1 4 7 7dr
Lord Marsh, ch. g. (Gears) 1 1 8 da
Aunt Rose, g. m. (Stlnson) 8 9 da
Time: 2:14ft. 2:llVa, 2:12, 2:12. t:18.
2:11 class, pacing, purse 21,2o0, three In
Daphne Dallas, b. m., by
Casconda, b. m. (Wllaon) 8 8 111
You Pot. b. m. (Erwln) 8 1 4 .1 .
Don Riley, b. g. (Hudson) 1010 14 3
Carthajte Girl. oik. m. tMerrl-
fleld) I 4
Rosebud, ch. m. (Nuckols) 7 8
Donna McGregor, br. m.(Klrby) 6 ?
Dick See, b. n. (Lyman) 1 t
Shortv. ch. sr. (Bowne) 9 4
Pat Wilkes, b. g. (Wright) d
Berdina, b. m. (Davis) d
Maggie Hubbard, b. m. (Grant). .da
Time: 1:07. i:W!4. z:um.. i:uott, i:on.
Trotting. 1:10 class. 11,500, two In three:
Anaalln, b. m., Antrlm-Haselklrk
mrnt of his game on Monday, had a good
winning chance against Naplrr, bat the
latter today. Atkln and Tachlgorln,. Who
had left their game unflnlahed In an even
position on Tu'day, made a draw rf he
contest. The rillfbury-Napier game, whli'h
was adjourned from the second round
played on Tuesday, when th latter had a
winning advantage In the morning Mttlng.
but Inst ground In the afternoon, starti'd
today on really even term and Naplcr
OUTSIDE PLAYERS v ARE OUT
Rot a Bind Uolfer Left for tba
Flaala la Great t'oateat Save ;
CHICAOO. July 24.-Not a single out-of-
town Dlaver Is left for the final In three
of the principal events of the Onwentala
golf tournament. Two of the outsiders
won their matches In the first round, but
were defeated In the semi-final.
OnwontalA and hxmoor. represented re
spectively by Abram Poole, Jr., and Chand
ler Kgan, are the club vitally Interested
In the possession of the Raven Oaks cup
for the coming year. The two western
boys won both their matches In the first
round end semi-finals todsy In the seventh
competition for the trophy and will meet
In the finals tomorrow.
Chandler Egan is credited with vlctorle
over the two formidable easterners who
had aspirations for the Raven Oak cup,
F. Oden Horstman of Chevy Chase, whom
Egan defeated by 4 up 4 to play in the
morning, and Percy Pyne. the Princeton
champion, who fell by 4 up and 4 to play
in the seml-nnai. Khould Egan win to
morrow it will be the first time that an
Exmnor man haa held the oup. Pyne de
feated Phelp Hoyt. the western champion
In the morning, making an vn eighty, by
4 up and 2 to play.
rooie won irom xtwrenoe Adams, tne
Glenvlew lad, who had won the play-off
of the tie tor last placn, and In the after
noon Poole defeated Charles Counselman,
Jr., of Midlothian, who had beaten Arthur
mickney of nt. iuis in the morning.
In the solace cup, Walter Smith of
Onwentsla and Walter Egan of - Lake
Geneva, both former runners up In the
national champlrjahlpa, will meet tomor
row In the tinifd Smith had two easy
matches, but Egan had first to defeat
Conklln of Princeton, and In the eeml-Hnal
young Raymond Russell of Detroit gave
Egan the ecare of his life, Egan winning
only by 1 up.
W. Houghtellng of Skokle and George
A. Thome of Glenvlew will fight it out In
the finals for the Tyro cup.
The Lake County cup for team play will
be decided between F. Oden Horstman and ring attired In a tuxedo dress suit Hs says
w.r.e n Vmith art Ata."!.'! i 9 order the mea to break and will
Onwentsla. not go between them. He will not permit
The unfortunates who had missed getting I any Infraction ot the Marquis ot Queens-
berry rules. No ens but Delansy or Daw
son, representing Jeffries and Flttslmtnoni,
will bavs th right to throw up the sponge.
Graney will not allow either man to be
disqualified by a bottle-boldef. It a man
Is knocked down tha one standing will be
compelled to go to bis eornsr or be dis
qualified. Graney looks for no trouble.
H says both msn know the rule well and
will not commit a foul. ,
The eve ot the heavyweight champion
ship fight finds both of tba opponents ai
aertlng that they are la prima condition.
Each on Is also equally confident of get
ting the decision. Neither aeea bow be
Both Jeffries and Flttslmmona spent the
dav auletly. cutting out all work. Jeffries
My training Is over and I am glad of It.
T nver ! better In Tnv life and I don t
see how I can lose. I am pleased to hear
that Fltsslmmons la In good condition, and
I hops to prove to the world that the dope
story he sprung last time was without
foundation. 1 have not been able to let
mvseir nut In m v training and I look for
ward with pleaaure for the chance to cut
loose for keep. If I win, I Intend to keep
on fighting a long a inert is anyone iv
BOTH FIGHTERS CONFIDENT
FitnimiEona Kakea Oroatait Proptratloni
of Eia Lift for Battle.
JEFFRIES ALSO IN COOD CONDITION
Referee Declare Tke re Will Be a
Pair Fight a Flalek aad
Ikat the Rale Will Be
SAN FRANCISCO, July 14. Sporting men
from all parte of the country are arriving
here on every train to wltnea tb contest
tomorrow night tor the heavyweight cham
pionship. The betting bas not been heavy In com
parison with th amounts wagered en pre
vious events of the kind and tho odds have
not fluctuated much from 10 t 4 In favor
of Jeffries. Those who fancy Flttslmmons
admit that ha bas tha disadvantage et age,
but argue that b baa led an exemplary
111 and Is younger today than tb average
man of 40. That h Is trained to the hour
Is beyond Question. Fltsslmmons baa never
mads such preparation tor a battl. He
la ss fit aa a man of his age can be made.
This being known, the short-endrrs are
looking upon him as a good Investment
Flttslmmons Is full of confidence and
wtshea to be quoted as saying that hs will
Jeffries attended the theater Isat night
and will do little or no work today. Ha Is
In splendid spirits and declarss (hat ther
is no possibility of his losing.
The canvas csnopy of tha arena baa
been closed and declared saf by the fire au
thorities and la ready for uss. Nearly 100
policeman will be employed to restrain tb
crowd which Is sura to gather around th
structure while the fight Is In program.
Dr. C. W. Oreen, physician for th Sao
Francisco Athletic club, bas examined both
Jeffries and Fltsslmmons and pronounced
them In perfect condition physically.
Eddie Oraney, the referee, will eater tba
The liniment bottle) and flannel gtrlp are fam
iHar objects in nearly every household. They aro
the weapon that have been used for generations
tn tier tit rAA Bti ,.,.:.. I J 1 . rr
.vm.uui.u3ui, auu aic auvui aa enecuve
in the battle With this o-iant rliaeaaoaa t. K1r,.,. y--'
bugs of our forefathers would be in modern warfare. f M'
Kneumfttism is cauced by an acid, sour con
dition of the blood. It is filled with acrid, irritatine-
matter that settles in the joints, muscles and nerves, and liniments and oils
nor anything; else apphed externally can dislodge these gritty, corrod in g pflr
j 3!,'we? deP8iteJ there by the blood and can be reached only through
the blood. Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieves temporarily the aches
and pains, but these are only symptoms ; the real disease lies deeper. Tha
blood and system are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically and penna.
nently cured until the blood has been purified, and no remedy docs this so
thoroughly and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends
stream of rich, strong blood to the affected parts, which
dissolves and washes out all foreign materials, and the
sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains.
S. S. 8. contains no potash or other mineral, is a
perfect vegetable blood
tonic. It relieves pain and builds up the exhausted vital forces at the same time.
Our physicians will advise, without charge, all who write aboth their case, and
we will send free our special book oa Rheumatiam and its treatment.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AtlsRta, 6a.
1 1 i
Into the ellglb'.e list for the three main
cups played in two seta to qualify for the
two cups offered by the golf committee,
four qualifying in each. Summaries:
Raven Oaks, first round:
Abram Poole, jr., of Onwentsla defeated
Lwrence Adama of Olenvlew, t up, 8 to
Charles Counselman, Jr., of Midlothian
defeated W. Arthur Btickney of et. Louis,
1 up, 19 hole.
Perry R. Pyne of Princeton defeated
Phelps B. Hoyt of Glenvlew, 4 up 1 to play.
H. Chandler Egan of Exmoor defeated
F. Oden Horstman of Chevy Chase, 4 up,
4 to play.
Second round: '
Poole defeated Counselman, 'i up, 4 to
Egan defeated Pyne,, B up, 4 to play,
fiolace, first round 1
Walter Egan of Lake Geneva defeated
Ia H. Conklln of Prlnoeton, 4 up, Z to play.
Raymond Russell of Detroit defeated
W. E. Clow, jr., of Edgewater, 8 up, 1 to
Ray E. Penlels of Midlothian defeated
Wilbur E. Kettlestlng of Westward Ho,
up, 5 to play.
Walter B. bmltn or onwentsla o rested
Walter M. Dean of Bkokle, 8 up, 4 to play.
Second round 1
Walter Egan defeated Russell, 1 up.
Walter Smith defeated R. E. Daniels, T
un 4 to play.
Tyro, first round:
H. S. Robblns of Onwentsla defeated
Walter Knott of Edgewater, 1 up.
W. Houtellng of Bkokle defeated Wyll
Carhart of Detroit, 1 up, 19 hole.
George A. Home of Glenvlew beat
Leander Hoyt, 8 up, 2 to play.
Eugene Heme of Waukegon defeated
Charle E. Dupuy of Skokle, 8 up, 8 to play.
Second round: . r
Houahtellng defeated Robblna, 1 Up.
Thorne defeated Heme, I up, 1 to play.
Lake County cup: v .
Walter B. Smith aad Abram Poole, jr.,
of Onwentsla defeated B. Frank Cummin
and Chandler Egan cf -Exmoor, 8 up, 8 to
F. Oden Hnratman a.nd Percy Pyne, jr.,
defeated Horace Smith and L. H. Conklln,
1 up and 18 holes.
The following are the scores of the four
qualified for the first committee rup:
Out. In. Total.
T. McKlttrlck. St. Louis.... 42
C. B. Hershberger Onw'tsla 41
Cheaholm Reach, Cleveland. 45
W. I. Howland, jr., Ev'nston 46
R. McKlttrlck of St. Louis defeated W. I.
Howland, Jr., of Evanston, 8 up.
Clarence B. Herechberger of Onwentsla
defeated Chesholm Beach, 3 up, 2 to play.
The four that qualified for the second
committee cup and their score were:
Out. In. Total.
ft. 1J. BoKum Jr.. uienview 44
W. A. Alexander, Exmoor.. 47
K. L. Ames, Glenvlew 4S
C. H. Zimmerman, N. Haven 45
R. D. Blockum, Jr., defeated W. A. Alex
ander, 4 up, 6 to play.
Ames of Glenvlew defeated Zimmerman
of New Haven, 4 up, 8 to play.
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Nebraska Cyele Con MM S. 54k St, B, B. Uwrtsa, TOS Leaa-eavvartk,
Kt T am n1n ntlsAad with tne referee.
Tomorrow night will settle everything, and
may tne nest man win.
I aee by the morning papera that Delansy
aava that all I want Is the short end. It
has always been th short end that I have
had before tne contest, nut mey nave ai
waya turned out to be very long ends when
the fights have been finished. What I
want, and what I am going to get,' i tn
hamDlonsniD. 'mat i everyrnina io me.
Tba odds In tha betttog remain at 10 fo
4,' but ' up to the present time - no large
bets have been made.
Qaraei todays Cleveland at Washington.
Chicago at Baltimore, fiu Louis at Boston,
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Freaaeatera A Baay Mark.
FREMONT. Nab.. July 24. BDclal Tele-
gram.) The Fremont boy did not tak
very kindly to Bellinger' curve this after,
noon and aa a conaequenoe only got In two
taillea to epnngneia aignt. it wa any
body' Bam ud to th fifth lnnlnc. Blake-
Well, th flrat man ud In th fifth, planiad
la three-bagger In the left field and tea next
man got two baaea. ana before the agony
waa over Springfield had four run In.
After that Reut held them down In good
hap. Fremont' error were expensive.
i GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE mad aom dtmcuit oatch in th naid.
. v. w - .........
I iiilara.uka 16
fit. Joseph IS
. Colorado Spring 77
pea Molne ......... 75
1 Peoria v 78
No gamea today.
Won. Lost, PC
44 4 .47J
44 84 -M
45 84 ' .461
84 84.. .6)
4 88 .400
M 41 .48
40 ' 48 .400
tt 68 .288
St. Leal Defeats Flttsbarc la a Sea-
v attaaal Nlatk-Iaala(
ST. LOUI3, July J4.-Bt Louis defeated
illttabura today in a sonsatlonal ninth
Inning rally. It waa a pitchers' battle
throughout, with O'Nall having the better
of Chesoro. Aitenaanoe, ,w. acoro;
ST. LH'i. riTBSBfjao.
BprlngQeld .... 041 40 01 1-84
Base hlta: Sprlngfleld, 4; Fremont, 8.
Struck out: By Reuf. 7: by Balllnaer. 4.
Batterlea 1 Springfield, Ballinger and Nlchol-
son: Fremont. Reuf ana i-aae. Umpire:
a H OA K 1
Nlkala lk.. 1
Smoot, et ... 4 1
H.raUr. If... 1 1
Iwaaraa, rt.. 1
Kartell. Ik... e S
kruaw, aa. .. S
trimaa. IV 1 1
O'N.U. a.. 1 1
O'NaU. 8 8
a. M. O.A.I.
rurk. If t t
aiickor, Ik . a 4
Tn..MII. rt. 1 1
nnaaaald. lk I I II
t aiBurka, Ik.... Ill
raarar. aa.... 4 I I
n'Coaaaa, .. I I
Clwawa, ... 4 4 4
t rt S l
4 tM 11 4
- Two out when wlnnln run waa scored.
Pt. Loul 4 I 4 1 4 4 1 I
Pittsburg 41424440 1-4
.Earned run: Pittsburg, li SU'Loula, L
Two-baa hltsr Branafleid, Burke, Nlchol.
Three-baa hit: O'Connor. SaorlAc hlll
I Rltchey, Conroy, Double playa: Krnger to
, Farrell to Nichols, Kruger to Nlchol.
' Stolen bases: Barclay. Donovan, Hartman.
1 Hit by pitcher: By Chesbro, 1: by O'Nell. 1.
' First bas an ball: on O'Nell, i; err Chs
I bo, 1. Struck out: By O'Nell, 4: by Chea
' bro, 8. Left on baae: St. Louis, 7; Pitts
burg, a Itma: lai. umpiri Mr own.
Ckleaa Wlaa la Flftk.
CHICAGO, July 8t-Th local aoorad
ttre rune by bunching three lilu, an error
and a oueetionable decision at the elate.
Th vlaltora' two run resulted from three
Ingle and a double. Excepting In the
Innlna In wnicn eacn team acorad It waa
dacluediy a pitcher' battl.. Attendance,
f CHICAOO. CINCUINATt
a h.u a i . a u.u.a a.
Waaea Troaaeea Oeaaoad.
WAITS A U.h Yi.ttf SA QrtAAUI k
hut out 6amond on the home grounda jrea-
laraay ny a acore or iu to v. i no reaturee
of the game were the batting work by
Wauaa. Janaa of Wahoo Dlaved hla Mrat
game with Wauaa and made a fine showing
on secona case, acore oy innmga:
Wauaa 4 4 4 0 I 0 0 1 110 13 0
Oamoud S 0000000004 4
UKitenre: wauaa, Longanecaer and
Haysi Oamond, Hayne and Mendhall.
Struck out: By Lonaanecker. ; by llavne.
8. Not art Oamond man reached third
Baae. umpire; w. weicn ot uamond.
Saaerlar Fall to Seore.
ST7PERIOR. Neb.. July 24.-(S pedal.
Minden bunched four of It six hlta In
yesterday's game and won It In the ninth
Inning. Superior got an equal cumber of
hlta, but waa unable te bunch them. Each
team snad a single error. Score; ,
Mlndea 040044448-84 1
Superior 44044004004 1
Batterlee: Superior, Buss and Heck:
allnaaa, uenaer ana Moore Btraca out
Bv Buaa. : by Render. I. Two-baae hlta
Hfck, Moore, Townsend, Hoffraelster. Time
i .M. Altmoann; aw
I eUfia. w.... e i ertckka, it.... e i el-.
lV.iiaaa. rt 4 I k-cki.r. Ik .i 1 4 $ l At
Uwfc Ik..,., SSS c r..ira. it I I I I 1 1 At Cedar Ra
' Muter, Ik. 1 8 I 1 H.ka. 1 1 I
Iahaum. a. t 1 s s S ?. .... i l a
At Rock Island Rock Ialand, t; Decatur,
At Davenport Evanavllle, 8; Davenport,
Rockford Bloomlnaton. 2: Rock ford 1,
pld-Cedar Raplda, 4; Terr
forfeited to locale became
e e2S 'l t a H a.
venth Inning and left the
Tetale ... mil Si
8 I M U 1 1
- Battad far Usba la tb ninth.
'(kloaao 40408444 8
Cincinnati ... 4 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 t
(ft aa ;, CMcaga, 4;. CtaclnnatL 8,
Mar riayers lur walltaiore.
BALTIMORE, July 14--Raln Interrupted
the Baltlmore-Chlcage gam In the flrat
Inning today. Two tame will be plryed
tomorrow. Ales Smith of ProvM.no and
Catcher Taager. late ef New Yofk, have
jwtu4 th Baltimore . team. Catches
(Sandere) 1 1
A a ate Medium, b. m. (McCarthy) 8 2
Dan Wllkea, ch. g. (Kltchel) 8 4
Charley Mo., blk g. (Raybold) 4 8
Dorothy Redmond, blk. m. (Willis).... 8 8
Anaeua. b. m. (Bnear)
Glory, ch. g. (Marsh) 8 4
King Chimes, b. g. (Davis) 4
Edna Cook. b. m. (Geers) 7 7
Time: 2:06H, 2:08.
Pacing. 2:17 class. 21.000:
Oreenllne, b. g., by Atllne, dam by
ureenbaca (baundersi x l
Major. C, b. h. (Marvin) I 8
Tertlmln, b. . (Hudson) 4 2
Strega, b. g. (McDonald) 8 4
Winona, br. m. (Lyman) 5 4
Blasa, b. g. (Strader) 10 8
Hnlts, ch. g. tuavla) s
Frank Powell, b. g. (Ciitchfleld) 4 7
Cubanola, blk. h. (Greer) 7 10
Bylvlaone g. m. (Erwln) 4 8
Ooa4 Day at Haetlaaa Haiti.
HASTINGS. Neb., July 24. (Speolal Tele
gram.) With a perfect day, an excellent
track, plenty of fast horse and an en
thusiastic audience, the second day's races
of the Nebraska atate circuit meet waa a
decided aucceaa here today. Summariea;
2:30 trot, puree KWO: Lady Downing won,
Emma p. second, I. A. Colet third, Axdell
fourth. Time: 2:244.
2:17 pace, purse 4300: K'i Range won.
Doctor Tom second. Jeasle Kilng third,
Dulcle S. fourth. Time: 2:14.
Trottlnc. for S-year-olda, puree 8300: Olle
Miller won, Cleo O. second, Robert Mac
third. Tiro: 2:36.
Runnlna. on mile and repeat, purse 2100:
Emerald won, Doctor Long second. Time:
1:48. McForest and Lady Chapman war
Ella Kanre. the "guldeltss wonder," aava
an exhibition of pacing without driver or
aulky and paced a mile In t:l2.
Roaad Robla Teaal Toaraameat.
NAHANT. Mass.. July 84 -The eecond
day tn the round robin ten.ila tournament
at Nahant aaw two more matchee finished.
M. D. Whitman and H. C. Wiiaht won
from W. J. t'lothler and L. E. Ware, re
aiecllvely. Thla meana that two mora
matchee have to be played between Clothier
and vare ana wnitinan and rigr.t. The
latter two have won two matchea each and
the award of the trophy depends upon (he
outcome of tne match between them which
la acheduled for tomorrow, Th luminary
or tne round room waa:
Whitman beat Clothier, 8-7. 7-4, 4-4.
Wright beat Ware, 7-6. 4-4. 4-1
Day ot Lively Bporta at Iroejaoia.
HURON, 8. D.. July M. (Special.) The
Huron contingent to the iroquola aport re
turned Tueadav night. In the baae ball
ronttet the Huron team defeated th
DcBmet team In the morning, 11 to 4. In
the afternoon the DeSmet defeated Huron,
11 to 4. The program of the day waa In-
tanaely lntereaung ar.d the eporia were wit.
naaead by at leaat 8.4u0 people. Th DeSmet
band (urnianea in music
Aejearaee Uaaiee Flalahed.
HANOVER. July 24. Today' play In tha
International cheaa masters' tournament
waa aavoted to the flnUhlna of all th ad
journed game from previous rounds. Levi
and Napier, Tschicorin and Atkins, and
Napier and rlllseury bad adjourned eon
tea la oa band. Luvln, who, at adjourn-
NOW READY FOR TKE FINALS
Alexaader, Considered Probabla Win-
aer of Tennle Cbansatoaabia,
la Defeated. -
CHICAGO, July 24. The final In the
western tennis championship tournament
will be fought out tomorrow between Wald
ner and Colllna, two team mates of the
Kenwood Tennis club. The winner will
meet Champion Little on Monday for the
championship. Alexander of Princeton,
who was considered a probable winner of
the championship, was defeated today In
the seml-ilnal by Waldner, after a hard
and brilliant oontest. Peterson, the Ca
nadlan. proved an easy victim In the semi
finals for Collins. Play In the doubles was
brought up to the semi-final round.
Particular Interest centered In this the
bualeat day of the annual western tennis
championship tournament on the court ot
me Avmwooa wouiury oiuo. uwtns it me
postponement of yesterday game be
cause of bad weather play In the fourth
round began early In order to complete th
tournament oy aaiuraay.
uniy eiant ot tne sixiy-rour entries re
malned at the opening of play to contest
for Champion R. D. Little' laurel on th
last day of the meet. Theae men were all
faat and good player and drew a large and
iasnionauie garnering or entnuaiaatic apec
tatora. Weather condltlona were perfect.
The nalrlna for the fourth round was
Waldner and Hunt, Emerson and Alexan
der, Colllna and Aahcraft and Dlehl and
Faterson. Several sets of doubles and tha
first round In consolation singles were also
acheduled for today. The aeml-flnala will
be played tomorrow.
Slnalea, semi-final round:
Waldner defeated Alexander, 4-4. 7-5.
Collins defeated Paterson, 6-2, 4-1.
Doublea. third round:
Alexander and Little defeated Snow and
Aancraft, -o. -u, -4.
Emeraon and Dlehl defeated Petera and
Garnett, 4-8, 4-3. 4-4.
uouin and wamnar defeated Hunt and
raieraon, -, -s, -x.
Coaveatloa Every Three Yeare.
TORONTO. Ont, July H.-The Iron Mold
era International convention has decided
to Increeae their defense fund by an addi
tional aearaament of 24 centa a member
each quarter. Thla will add 60,000 a year
to the tuna, wnicn already amount to
over 8100,000 a year. It has also been de
cided to hold a convention every three
years, subject to postponement by voto of
the membership through a referendum. The
representation will be reduced from one
for eva.-y luu, or any fraction thereof, to
one for every 2o0 or majority fraction
thereof. A propoaal to unite the ofllce
of secretary and treasurer wa rejected.
A CROOQ WOMAN
tba SjaaUa is to
to lire wttki
F. H. NEWELL AT CHEYENNE j
Government Official aa Party Tea.
Aered Banquet by Senator Warm
While Toartaa: tb Weaf.
CHKTENNB, Wyo July 24. (8pcil.)
. H. Newell, chief of th division of
hydrography of th United Statea geolog
ical aurvey, arrived In Cheyenne at noon
yesterday from Denver. He la acoompanled
by President Trumbull, General Superin
tendent Dyer, Paxton and Zimmerman of I
the Colorado 4 Southern railroad and Con
gressman Reeder of Kansas.
Th party cam In Colorado V Soutbsra
private crs and waa ' mat at the etatlon
by Senator Warren and other prominent
citizens and escorted o the Inter-Ocean
hotel, wher at 1:20 thla afternoon they
were tendered a reception and dinner by
The party left thie morning for a trip
over tb Cheyenne Nonnern. juogo
Carey baa extended an Invitation to Mr.
Newell to inspect tha Irrigation works in
the Wheatland colony and this will b
dons. Returning, Mr. Nwell will SO west
over tb Union Paclflo and will return east
br way of Montana.
Mr. Newell stated that he will not ex
amine any reservoir sites la Wyoming, that
work now being in charg of A. J. Par-
shall ot Cheyenne. H aaya be la In the
west at th prassnt tlm to get acquainted
with th people and learn their need and
Prickly Ash Bitters
THE SYSTEM REGULATOR.
Tkl great raiasdy remove at ck to bfltaoa imparities U th .
, system, enres ooostlpatkm and etrewgthene digestion. A lew rtoeee rear
, a wpaderful Change) tb tired, pale, acrvooa, despondent woman be
'' eoaaee atmeg aad happy, with rosy check and cheerful spirit.
PRICE, SI .00 PER BOTTLE
AT ORVa STORCS).
GRAVE ASPECT FOR STOCK
Dlfflcwlt' Food ttaestloa Oeeaaloaed
by Aorptla of Wyonala '
MEBTEETSE, Wyo., July 24. (Special.)
Th feeling here agalnet extending th
Tellowston Park and Big Horn forest re-
arve is still very strong and an active
movement la on to bavs ths rscent orders
ot the Interior department rescinded.
At lbs recent meeting ot ths shsep grid
cattlemen of thla section, it waa clearly
the sentiment that th stockgrowsrs are
being done an Injustice by extending the
boundaries of ths reserves. Available rang
Is getting very scarce,' even la this part
ot tba state, snd It bas come to bs a seri
ous question to find sufficient food for th
thousands of sheep and cattle now being
W. B. Eleeper, a personal friend ot Presi
dent Rooavlt, ha been nt to Waahlng
ton with a copy of th reaolulions adopted
st ths mass meeting, which ask that tba
presides1, grant th stockmen ninety day
In which to remov their herd and flock
from th country Included la th extension
of ths reserve. A strong effort will also
be mad to hav Bw reserve line eaUb
llsbd so as to not Include aom rich grat
ing sections that ars now within tb boun
daries of the reserves.
SALEM. O., July 24 The republican of
the Eighteenth district todny nominated
jamea Kennedy on the 2oth ballot for
rongreea to aucceed Hon. R. W. Tayler.
who recently announced hla withdrawal aa
Hod? Sewed la a Sack.
NEW YORK, July 24. The body of a
man aewed In a sack which was found
near Bay Ridge last night waa Identified
today a that of Joseph Cateno, an Italian
frocer of Brooklyn. Vincent Trlca, an
tallan fruit packer, who, the police claim,
made threat agalnet Cateno, wa arreeled
"King sl all Bottled Basra. Hltjbaat prioeg bacaua Bsrtt an4 4tt asairtx.
Aaaerieaa tWewtag C..M. Uaa, Me.
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Kama At Hutch Inaoa, Sop. 1519
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