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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEt TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1902.
ERRORS COST OMAHA A GAME
Fitoher AlUwaj Only Allow, the DeDTtr
Hen Throa Hits,
thewson, I; by Evans, 4. Timet 1:00. em
Staadlaa- at la Tram.
Played. Won. Loat. V.C.
vatn IS. TOUCHED UP
FOR ELEVEN i'!'
Base Italia, a. HI aad Two t:reor
by Do I a i fjfv Denver the
Game )n tho Tenth
DEtfVER. Colo.. July 2S. (Special Tele
tram.) Denver give the- fourth coBaecu
tlve defeat to the Omahai today by winning
out In the tenth Inning In a very netting
finish. The game wr.a won through no
fault of Allowajr, who pitched aa brilliant
a game aa waa . aver aeen on the home
ground!. The Omaha players were there,
good and strong, with the willow and
lammed Kyler for a total of eleven hits,
while the Denver team could not And Alio-
way for more than three. Until the
ninth Inning Omaha had Denver abut out,
Alio way holding them down to one measly
single up to this time, and that was some
thing of '.the scratch order, popped out
by, Kyler la the third Inning. Tba leaders
gave Alloway poor support at momenta
when fielding was needed, and this threw
the game in . the tenth Inning. It was
practically Omaha's up to this time, as
Osmea tndsv: St. lxiiiln at New York.
Pittsburg st Brooklyn. Chicago at Boston.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
AMERICAN LEAGUE - GAMES
Reconstructed Baltimore Team
Emt Tim Taklasr Third
BAITIMORR. Julv 28. The reconstructed
Baltimore team had an easy time with
Cleveland this afternoon and won Its third
straight game. Lajole wns put out or the
f rrounds by Umpire Johnstone for dlaput
ng a decision. Attendance, 1,864. Score:
a h o a B
aa... Ill 1 Bay,
Balbarh, II.., t
Wllllama, In. I
M Far I'd, cf. t
Mi-llnr, lb... I
Mn.tii, ib. . l
Arnat, rf I
Wlltaa, p.... 1
ft I 1 0 t
Hradlar, lb.. Ill
Thonay,7 2b... 1 I 1
Hickman, lb. 0 1 II
rtck. rf 1 0
0 MoCarthr. If. I IS
Qnrhn'er, aa. 1 I 4
Rrmla, c ft I t
iB.rnhardt, p. I 1
Total! ....1117 1 Totals ...114 14 17 I
Baltimore ., ( 1 0 0 I 5 0 IS
Cleveland 0 0010190S i
Sacrifice hit: Bradlev. Two-base hits
Melior, Bernhardt, Howell, McCarthy, Me-
reriana. Tnree-bane nit: Howell. Home
fun: Williams.. Stolen . bases: Belbach.
. , . ,,,. t.lti. I Bradley, Thoney. Double play: Gochnaur
Stone and (Srabam found little difficulty , Hlckman. forst base on bails: Off
tn connecting with Eyler's twisters. Stone, I Bernhardt, 8; off Wlltae, 3. Struck out: By
the sturdy fielder of the Omahas, cams in I "'. J ernnarui, rasseo. Dan: My
lor me Donura wuu m e. " I land, 11. Time: 1:65. Umpire: Johnstone.
By putting out a noma run. nr m. , Vomia Hltm Weli
t . -1 1 ,u, I, aAM.A In H ninth nn a I
i mirr inft outi t..i.. oc o. t i -
. . . . . r . a 1 . n I ' AAAM.nA-'AMM 111 HUtT AO. UVUin
nil Dy J ODB, Diane came w UM " toftnv'a ma m tmm Ih. kntna ,Q. w.
first of the tenth and knocked the sphere I good hitting. With the exception of the
tnr a circular, tn the last of the tenth I seventh Inning, when four runs were made
Webster walked to first base and made
aeoond on, an error of Dolan. Then Rad
clllte came to the rubber and singled and
Wrhater scored aaaln. tying the score
Wilson went to the plate and hit a hot g"ric4, it.
one down to Dolan. The shortstop lor
Omaha made a wild throw to Pears to
catch the captain at first station and Rad-
cllffe came home with the winning run
The work of Alloway for Omaha was
marvelous and It was shame that h
did not win his game after such a fins
performance, but his fielding support la
largely to blame for the. defeat. Alloway
showed the local batters no mercy and at
Hemphill, rf. 1
Anatraon, lb I
Wallaoa. aa.. t
Mot or' a, Sb..
1 10 1' 0
all times had excellent control of the bait. '''J'
on a single, double and two home runs, the
Philadelphia's could not (to mucli with
i'oweii s pitching. Attendance, 5,985. Bcote
ST. LOUIS. PHILADELPHIA.
R.H.O.A E I R.H.O.A.B.
Bnrkatt, If... 1111 1 Hartial. If... 1110 0
O rulta, .of 1
OlUarla, lb.... 1
0 L (Ton, Ib. 0
0;srbol4, rf.. 0
OlMurpbr. lb.. 0
0 M Croaa, aa. (
0 gchreck, a... 0
Olrnwara, ... 0
- wiiaon, p.... s
I IT 17 It llHualrnc, p... 1
MlUhell .... 0
Baited for Hustlng In the ninth.
Bt. Louis 1 0 0 4 0 1 2
4 It 171 0
00 0 00040 04
. . . . , . . .... hl.h I riarnea runs: Bi. i-ouu, o; x-niiavuoiuinu,
and had he been given the support which 4 Two-base hits: Burkett. Anderson. Pad-
was handed to Pod Eyler he would have I den, M. Crosb. Three-base hit: Hartzet.
nome runs; Anderson, narisei, unvin
-won his gam hands down
Radcltffe, as 4
AB. R. H. O.
..4 1 0 ' 6
.. 8 0 0 I
.. 4 0 0 0
..8 1 0 8
.. 4 0 0 10
..4 1 11
..4 0 0 7
..8 0 10
,:.ja "l 1
..88 I 11 19 II
- Pears, lb
'. Tntala '.
Two meh out when winning run scored
Denver 0 000000012-f
nrnih. 100000000 1-8
Stolen bases: Webster, Preston, Pjars.
n. hail.- riff Allowav. 1: off Kyler.
1. Struck out: By Alloway, 4; by Eyler,
4. Home run: Stone. Hit by pitched ball;
Wehnter. Carter. Double play:. Dolan to
! Pears. Time: 2:06: Umpire t walton,
""""sainTta" Wtai Good awa.
KANSAS CITT. July 28-St. Joseph de
t.tcA Vanyu Cltv tn a hard-foUKht Con'
test lasting twelve Innings. Attendance,
"- " R.M.E.
at Tn..nh '. 0 A 1 A 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 1 t 10 4
v.n.a. Cltv .... 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-8 8 I
. Batteries: Bt. Joseph, Parvln and Roth;
Kansas tty, Cable ana Messiii.
Peoria. Still koala.
Stolen bases: Hemnhtll. Wallace (2).
Double plays: Burkett to McCormlck to
Kahoe, M. Cross to -Murphy to Davis,
Murpny to Davis. Lieu on Dases: tsi
Ivouia, : Philadelphia, 7. First base on
balls: Oft Powell. 1; oft Wilson, 2: off
Hustlng, 1. Struck out: By Powell, 8; by
Wilson, 1; by Hustlng, 1. Time: 1:55. Um
Boston Defeats Detroit.,
BOSTON. July 28.-Lion hits by La-
Chance and Karris with men on bases ac
counted lor most or Boston s runs today.
Yeaa-er a left hand was apllt by a batted
ball in the eighth. Score ;
BOSTON. I DETROIT.
Doushortr. It 1 1 1 0 1 Harl.y. If.... 0 1 1 0
EiDarfala, aa. 1
0 Caaay, lb.... 0
0 Beck. lb....
0 MeAI'i'r, rf.
O Olaaaon, Ib.
Colllna, lb... 0
stani, ...... a
Frocmaa, rf. 0
Parent, aa... I
LACh'oa, lb.. I
Farris. .,.. 1
Crtcar, a..,.. 0
Toung, p 0
I 14 17 10 l!
Buelow, o. . .
ST. PAtx. ,
Oett'r. aa 1 1 I I 0 Kervln,
Shannon, rr.. Ill
Ml lard, rf .. a I I
Huilna. Sb.. 0 1 I
rharh. rf 0 0 1
Klly. lb 0 0 1
Plerr c 114
Marran. lb.. Ill
Slette, p 0 0 0
Periuaon. p.. 0 0 0
hitting. Attendance, (78.
I I I I 0
1 0 !nnner, Ib. .,
1 0 8 hrlrar, t.
4 0 rinnrnoy. If
0 0 (Gannon, rf . .
1 0 Srhaub, lb..
1 0 riyraar, aa. .
0 I Bplea, lb....
1 1 4
I 10 0 0
cf. 1 1 I 0 0
- " Totala ... I 14 14 10 I
Tntala ... 7 10 17 11 lr
St. Paul 0 0 0 1 4 0 1 1 -7
Louisville 1 0 0 0 2 8 0 0 0-4
Karned runs: St. Paul. 1: lOiilsville. 2.
Two-base hltn: Hugglne, Dlllnrii. Three-
base hits: pierce, Marcan, Clymer. Sacri
fice hits: Clmer. Stolen bases: Shannon
(2), achrlever (2), Bonner (2), Dillard. Ueler.
Baces on balls: On Plette, 2; toft Kerwln,
Wild pitches: By Plette 1. Struck out:
By Blette, Dournoy. Base hits: lift Slette,
Id: off KerKiison. 4. Left on bases: St.
Paul, 6; Louisville, S. Time: 2:00. Umpire:
Standvnat of tbo Teams.
Plavsd. Won. losL TC.
Louisville 85 58 27 .&S4
Indianapolis 86 M 30 ..!
St. Paul 85 47 88 M3
Kansas City 84 42 42 .)
Milwaukee .82 89 43 .476
Columbus 85 40 45 .471
Minneapolis 84 81 53 .8H
ioiedo , w M w -""i
Oames today: I)ulsvllle st Minneapolis,
Indianapolis at St. Paul, Toledo at Mil
waukee, Columbus at Kansas City.
BASE BALL GETS IN COURT
Ask for Receiver to Take Charaje of
American League Gronnda
BALTIMORE. Julv 28. The troubles of
the Baltimore American league base ball
team are nor to be aired in the coutrs.
Today the Baltimore Base Ball and Ath
letic company, by Its attorney, tiled a bill
in circuit court No. 2 asklnr that a re
ceiver be appointed to take charge of the
American leairue grounds and also asking
that President Byron B. Johnson of the
American league be required to account for
all money received by him since McGraw
and his associates left Baltimore and Joined
tne New York ratonal league.
The bill was filed against Byrort B. John
son, defendant, and upon It Judge Henry
D. Harlan signed an order requiring cause
to be shown by July 31 next why the re
ceiver should not be appointed as prayed.
The bill states that In January the club
became a member of the American league
and leased the present grounds on the
York road. This lease, the bill declares,
was aligned to President Johnson In
March last as trustee.
CINCINNATI, O.. July 28 John T.
Brush, president of the Cincinnati base
ball club, is In the city and has heli a
long conferenoe with his treasurer, Mr.
Lloyd.- The Times-Star says there Is every
indication that the control of the Cincin
nati club will within forty-eight hours pass
into the hands of Clnclnnatlans, among
whom are August Hermann and Mayor
Besides the appointment of a receiver the
bill asks that the assignment of the lease
from the Baltimore Base Ball club to Ban
Johnson be declared void and that Johnson
be required to render an accounting of the
profits on the games received by him.
An Injunction is also orayed to prevent
the president of the American league from
disposing oi tne ciud s aBseis ana property
at the base ball grounds. Later In the day
Johnson's attorneys filed an answer, in
which he denies the allegation and claims
that Mr. Johnson, as president of the
American league, Is continually acting, not
only as owner of the Baltimore club, but
of all other clubs of the American league.
BASE BALL MAGNATES CONFER
Are to Take Decisive Steps Against
' All .Contract Jumpers and
TENNIS TOURNEY'S NEW DATE
Interstate Tixtaro Will Coma on Out Week
Later Than Aanounoed.
CHANGE TO ACCOMMODATE SIOUX FALLS
Ion Town Has an Independent
' Tournament, bat Original Omaha.
-Data Interfered and ao Post
atonement Js Ordered.
- . - ... . t t tr T7" tt. Y..i.. da wn ... .. lr-- fm I Kalatar. rf... I
a featureless game today from Peoria. At- g?."n.'D i
Totala ... 1 I 14 It 4
Boston ....1 0 0 1,0 4 1 0 -8
Detroit ..1 0000000 0-1
Earned runs: Boston. 8. Three-base hit:
Ferris. Homo run: LaChance. Stolen base:
Beck. Double play: Elberfeld and Qleason.
Hit by pitched ball: By Teager, 1. Struck
out: By Teager, 2; by Young, 1.. Wild
pitch: Teager. Time:- 1:42. Umpire: Sher
idan. Attendance, ?,00. ..
Wnaklntrton Pounds Callahnn.
WASHINGTON. - July 28.-Washlnton
found Callahan's benders to their liking
today and by some loose fielding ny Chi
cago and seven hits, including two home
runs, won the game as tney messed. At
tendance, 2,264. Score:
WASHINGTON. I , CHICAGO.
R.H.O.A.B. K.H.O.A B.
Rran, cf lilt 0 Strang, Ib... 0 1 0 t I
v jonaa, cr l.
SiUraan. rf.... 1
Daiab'ty. It.. 1
MllwaiiVea 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 02 7 1
Peoria 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 . 0-1 4 4
Batteries: Milwaukee. McPherawn and
Lucia j Peoria, Hart, and Wilson.
Spring; Takes BotU. (
COLORADO SPRINGS. July 28-The
Dana, aa.... 0
Mortca. If.... 0
label), lb.... 0
Daly, lb 0
Callahan, p.. 0
Totala ... t 11 14 It I
ToUls ...II It 17 II 0
Washington 1 0 0 0 10 1 0 0 12
Chicago 1 00001000-2
Earned runs: Washington, 6; Chicago, 2.
loi'airVoS wo garnet T from iSea Molne. Two-bass hit..: Green (2; lsbell. Daly,
today. WNewnTyerF. pftchlng wa7 the tea- KL".terVHylS'.?leh5": .r? n?,,e
ture of the first game, iunx support was
accorded Feeney In the second" gam and
the heavy hitting of the local mad it one-
Colo. Springs ..0 01000, 1 IS 0
.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Batteries: Colorado Spring, Wewmyer 1
Dei Htinn, Morrison ana
Colo. ' Spring.... 8 0 1 4 i -12 15 0
Dea Moines ...O 6 0 0 1 0 0 1 0110 t
Batteries. Colorado Spring, Gaston and
Baerwald; De Moines, Feeney and Lobeck.
hits: Jones. Kvan. Home runs: Elv.
Clarke. Stolen bases: Delehanty, Kelster.
Sacrlflc hit: Ely. First base on balls: Off
Lee, 8; off Callahan, 8. Hit with pitched
ball: By Lee, 1; by Callahan, 1. Struck
out: By Lee. 8: by Callahan. 3. Left on
base.: Washington, C: Chicago, 7. Time:
2:08. Umpires: Carruthara ana Connolly.
Standing ol tne Team. .
Standing tko Teams.
Kansas City ....
Plaved. Won. Lost.
84 M 80
88 48 84
86 v 47 38
.....78 42 3
81 41 40
81 40 41 .M
7 80 49 . 8X0
78 21 U .282
Da men today: Omaha at Colorado Springs,
Itansaa City at St. Joseph, Dea Moines at
Penver, Milwaukee i foria,
7 ' 44
.......82 f47 86
...... 78 41 87
....81 39 42
..Trrr.82 39 w
.1 81 3& 4
78 29 47
K on ton
Games today: Cleveland at Baltimore.
phla, Chicago at Washington.
IN AmtnlUMIM AiiUUIAIIUP.
,VI,V,1 . I W. " 1 J 1 ' I' " I 1 "
president of the Eastern league and the
atlonal Association of Base Ball Leagues.
arrived in the city tonight with J. H. Far
rell, president of the New York State
league, and M. H. Sexton, president of the
Western and Three-I leagues. Important
business for the National Association of
Base Ball Leagues was transacted. It was
decided to notify each club that all con
tract Jumpers are to go- on the black list
and the $1,000 fine rigidly enforced.
''And when the peace settlement Cornea
they will be. even, more severely dealt with,"
said Mr. Powers. ' ' t
Mr.- powers aaaea inai no was noi in a
position to say anything more regarding
the peace settlement, except that ne had
been requested to draw up an agreement
that couia De suDtnittea to an tne major
and minor leagues, barring the American
association, against which wax to the teeth
had been declared.
A 8outnern league oimcuity which arose
because the Memphis club insisted on play
ing rucner 01. vrain, wno naa neen sola
by the Chicago National to a Western
league, was discussed, and an early date
was fixed to withdraw protection from
the club. A new club will be put In Mem-
fihln. In the meantime any club will be
lable to IUK) fine that plays against St.
Vrain. A telegram Was sent to Thomas P.
Daly, president of the Players' Protective
"The officers of National Association of
Base Ball Leagues, In session here, extend
reeling ana express willingness to co
operate with your association upon any
reasons oie Dasis mai win tena to promote
tne best interests 01 oase oati.
Police Atxalnst Carmen.
The game between the team of the police
department and the Ames Avenue nine of
the street car men win ne caned at 2:30
tnis afternoon at Vinton Btreet Dark. The
line-up win De as rouows:
foiice. position. . car Men.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mew York Win Last of Series- of KIT
from Brooklyn ' li
' Short Contest.
.,. NEW YORK, July 28. The last gam of
the series of five between the New York
and Brooklyn lUbs was won today by the
New York on the Polo grounds by a score
of I to 0. Th game was called on account
of heavy thunderstorm In the latter half
of the fifth inning, when New York had
only two men out. Lauder's hit to the
left flald fence In the fourth Innlna won
the gam for the locals. - Attendance, t.UO.
' KKW YORK. I ROOHI.VV
P.. VI. OA. E.I H.H.O.A.B.
0 0 0 0 Shackart. II.. 010
a a a a t'w-.i.. - a a a a a
Milwaukee Shut Out Toledo by the
Eletrant Pitching; of
MILWAUKEE. July 28. Toledo was shut
out this afternoon by the elegant pitching
01 Aurora. 1 ne noma team Duncned .neir
hit In th third and sixth' Innings. Burns
was pat oat of th game in the ninth for
talking too much.. Attendance. 1.160. Score:
' K.H.O.A. I I R.H.O.A tJ.
Duncan, if... t t 0 0 0 Bursa, lb... 0 1 t I I
v a aicany, n.... 9. a I
f I K lelnow, as.. 0 1 I 1
0 Turnar, lb... 0 1 It 0 I
0 1 ; 8 in 1 1 b. lb.... 0 0 0 t I
0 CotsavaH, if 0 1 1 0 I
1 Ollka. cf 1 11
0 0 Grafflua, f.... 0 1 1 I I
I nuKhrf,- p... I t :
.. a a o i
A. McB'C, r.
Bcheiba. k, Ib 0
Hallntan, rl.. 0
Cllniman, aa 0
Hum la, lb...
O. McS'a, lb 1
paar. c.:.... 1
Altroek) p;.. a
Sharkart. II.. 0 10
0 00 1 Kalr, rl.,.. 0 0
1 T llDulan, ct ... 1 0
t 0 I 0 SIaDian. aa... 01
0 111 OlFarrall, a.... 0 0 4
0 111 UH raarr, t 0 4
010 0 Irwin. . Ih,.
1 t 1 6 Kloml, .... 0 0 1
0 4 0 8 O.Crana, p..... 0
Mot tana, lb.,
Mataa a n. p
Total ... t 4 11 T tl Totals ...0 114 1 I
- Two out when gam wag railed.
New Yorlf ; 0 0 0 0 l-l
Brooklyn . 0 0 0 0 00
first basa on ermrs: New York, 1J
Brooklyn. 1. Ift on bases: New York. 1:
Brooklyn, . Two-bnae hit: Iuder. Stolen
tasa: Mc-Creery. Doubl playa: Bower,
man to Ijtuder to Smith, pahlen to Mc-
Crcery. First base on balls: Off Mathew
bob, ; off Kvana, 2. Struck out: By Ma-
Pwrw, Pol and S4triiBn. BattM
Only at th Brwwery ha St. Louia.
H. Map- a Caaaasy
- I Total 1 14 U
Batted for Burna In th ninth.
Mllwauke ....0 0100800 -
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Earned runs: Milwaukee. 1. Two-bas
hit: A. McBrld. Stolen base: CUngman
First baa on balls: - Off Aurock, -i- t,tt
Hughey, 4. 8truck out: By Altroek, 2; by
Hugney, l Uouble play: Klelnow to
Turner. Sacrifice hits: urafnus, Speer.
Left on bases: Milwaukee,, i; Toledo, 10,
ladianapoll Loses Attain.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 28.-Today' game
witn innianapous wa another pitchers
battle, with Katoll and William as the
opposing pitchers. Williams-ws poor in
the fifth, the locals aettina three rtina.
Phyle' horn run In the sixth clinched tha
victory. Attendance, 74. rkore: .
MlNMEArXtLld. I INDIANAPOLIS.
R.H.O.A.B. I R.H O.A.B
Lroca, cf.... 1 1 0 Hocrlavar, rf. I I M
a i a a Hunna. it i i
I I I 0 W oodruC. k. 0 I I
t 1 1 0 Klhm, Ib 1 I It 1
I II 0 0 O'Brien, aa.. 0 a 1 I
ft OToullar, ct... I I
0 14 I Foa, tb 0 I t 4
a I I 0 Herdon. c... 0 111
18 e, wiiii.ua. - a
Phrla, lb... 1 '
Warden, 1.. 1
vara. a..,., l
Uuillln, aa. .. 1
Totals ... 4 0 tl U tl Totala ... I I 14 11
Minneapolis 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 4
Indianapolis 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-1
Karned runs: Mlnneaoolls. 1. Two-baaa
n't: werden. Home run: Phyle, Base
on balls: Off Katoil, I: on, Williams
Iftt by pitcher: By Williams, gulllln: b
tiaiou. ivinin. niruca out: ny ivaion,
by WUlltnu. 1. Stolen bases' Werden
I.-nch saciince hits: I-aliy, Grant, Kuhna
O Brten. Lft on bases: Minneapolis,
Indlanapnlla, (. Double plays: Qulllln to
Orant, v oodriirr to Kinni. Williams 1
O Brlen to Klhm. Wild pitch: Katoll
Time 1:86. empire: Tyndali.
I. Paal Wla Another.
ST. PAUL. July 2S.-Th locals took an
othar gam from th lea go leader totiay
Subject to the aprovat of the National
Lawn Tennla association the date of tha
Omaha Interstate tournament has been
postponed from August 11 to August 18.
This change Is made to enable torn
Omaha players to take part In the Trlstat
Tournament at Sioux City, from the 12th
to the 16th, and to enable other who de
sire to enter for the Sioux City fixture to
come to Omaha also. The original date of
the Omaha tournament waa fixed by the
National association and as the Sioux City
club la not affiliated with that body the Iowa
fixture was overlooked.
Last Saturday C. H. .Young, representing
the Omaha Field club, visited Bloux City
with tb purpose of agreeing on soma plan
by "which a clash could : be avoided. It
was found Impossible to set tha Sioux City
date back oh account of the tournament
at Alden, la., which many of the Sioux
City men are In the habit of attending, and
it waa agreed that the week of the 18th to
the 24th, coming after the Northwestern
tournament at Mlnnetonka, and tha Trl
atate at Sioux City and preceding the week
of the Kansaa City tournament, which
opens on the 27th, was after all tha beat
poasible data for the Omaha fixture.
Good Dates for Future.
It la intended that the week commencing
with the third Monday tn August shall be
the. regular date for the Omaha Interstate
tournament In future. It Is the week of th
national championships at Newport, which
may some time interfere with the presence
of outsiders, but this Is preferable to a
clash with any nearby club, and the Omaha
players are congratulating themselves that
a way haa been found to adjust the diffi
culty with Sioux City and at the same time
promote the interests of both tournaments.
At least two of the Omaha men will enter
for the Tristate and It la hoped they will
bring back several player from Sioux City
to compete here.
The Omaha committee is working hard
now to get a representative list of entries
from the state of Nebraska for the Inter
state. P. M. Blieh haa had a letter from W.
P. Prowett of Fullertou, who tella of a
new club In that town with twenty mem-,
bera. Mr. Blish la urging them to enter
In a body and auggests that other towna
follow the same plan. Such. players as John
Power, N.yA. Webster, Joe Bailey and Al
bert Bernhardt of Hastings; Prank Red
mond, Frank Mooney and E. A. Carey of
North Platte; Isaac Raymond, a: A. Lore-
land and Frederick Shepherd of Lincoln,
and N. A. Huse of Norfolk" and W. 8.
Pearse of Grand Island should all figure
among the entries. While the tournament
Is for the championship of Nebraska, Kan
sas, Iowa and Missouri, the standard of
play will not be too high for any one from
any of the four states and it can be pointed
out by way of encouragement to the modest
ones that all the rest are In poor form
this year' on account' of continued wet
The facilities of the Omaha' Field club
for entertaining are unexcelled in the weat
and all visitors are 11 promised a "good
time," even If thef win none of the prlzea.
Morrison First base..
'unntngham ..Second base.
PAPA-Oh, what palnl I believe I hare a fever In tha haart
.KM,1?M.Av?OI,n il ls?! rour beart your tomch. Every time you eat, thl. hot wtther, you 0,t . Bcmr .torn
" ,uU ' hot cld.. and tou .wall up until your heart hardlr ha. room to beat If you we? 'nofH ob.Un-
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Crelathtou Trim Wataa,
CREIQHTON. Neb.. July 2S.-f8Declal
Telegram.) Crelghton defeated Wausa lere
today, 4 to 2. The all-around good playing
and snappy fielding of the locals won thim
the game. . The same . teams play her to
crelgnton ........0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 4
Wausa 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-2 8 6
Batteries: Crelghton, Ben llenderscm and
Gtllard; Wausa. Longnecker and Alberts.
Umpire: Dad Turner. .
Norfolk Troiiueca 8prln;AelJ. v
xt-,i OT"r rr xrw T. . i .. ao o .. ,
1 III' V ' 1,V, , ui y a. , .1 1 K 1 mi J Kit.
gram.) The base ball game today between
Norfolk and SDrlnefield resulted: Norfolk.
8; Springfield, 1. Score by Innings;
Norfolk 1 0 0 0 8 1 0 I 8
Springfield 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Batteries: Norfolk. Bucklln and Wllkins:
Springfield, Ballinger and Bates. Umpire:
Miudru Win nt Falrbory.
FAIRBURY. Neb.. July 28 tSneclal.l-
Fairburv played against Mlnden Base Ball
club today, resulting In the score of 8 to 2
In favor of the visitors. Score by Innings;
. .. . . . R.H.E.
Mlnden 8 4 2
Falrbury 2 a 10
Batteries: Mlnden. "BIIfs and Bender:
Falrbury, Redmond and Lafrance, ,
Four of Mne Matches in the Prelimi
naries Settled Last Klffht.
What promises to be a most Interesting
week " of tennis opened on . tb courts of
the Omaha Field club yesterday evening, j
The occasion is the , competition for the j
championship of the city. Forty-one
names appear on the list of contestants
and among them are so many who are new
to tonrnament play Jnv Omaha that It I
a difficult matter to guess at tha winner.
' The six courta are in excellent condition,
save for a few denta made by a couple
of members of the club who Inourred the
displeasure of the committee by playing
before the surface had had time to dry out
from Friday', and Saturday', rain. They
have been 'well rolled and the fresh white
line, stand out well. For two hours yes
terday evening the scene from the veranda
of the clubhouse waa brilliant aa well as
animated, and there waa a goodly assem
bly of spectators to watch the opening
Four of the nine matches in the pre
liminary round were played and another
wa. Settled by default. The results - of
the evening's play are shown below: .
R. ' K. Sunderland beat C. C. Webster.
6-1. 6-0. '
A. Potter beat H. Doorlv, B-T -8, T-5.
J. W. Hughes beat J. Brown! 6-2, 6-4.
O. 8. Krwlr beat R. F. Colley, by de
fault. V. Dufrene beat S. W. Smith. 6-0. 2-6, 8.
Three remaining ties In the preliminary
t-ound must be played off tonight, and the
committee annouacea that absentees will
be defaulted. The following tlmea are an
nounced: At ( p. m., D. Pollard against
J. W. Battln and George Pritchett against
F. J. Hill; at 6:30 p. ra., Luther Kountze
against W. H. Ladouceur. The tournament
haa already been delayed somewhat by the
tardiness of three or four of theee player,
and, a. tha matches in the next round are
scheduled for tonight also, there can be
no more waiting. Every man excent
those who were put out last night la
aakad to be on hand aa early a. poasible
after 6:30 this evening.
The courta will be kept busy from that
hour until- dark.
dam Lulu Campau (Kenney).. 1 1
Darwin, g. g. tMcHenry) 2 t
Horace W. Wilson, ch. h. (flhauh)..... 4 8
John Patterson, b. g. ((Jeers).... w I 4
Time: 2.14, 2:11.
..! n.iMl Ua niiaaa C4tVWa i . fl ( art aA
rULIllgi , tlno, fuion fa,vrn.-, w iiiiiiioiu.i
Fted 8. Wedgwood, ro. h., by Fred
8. Wilkes, dam Nocturne (ieersi.. 114
Captain Spinx, b. g. (McLaughlin)... 6 4 1
Daphne Dallas, b. m. (Kenney) S 2 1
Dan ., s. g. (Stahl) 2 6 S
Prince Direct, bl. h. (McHenry) 8 8 8
Lou Vaughn, b. m. (Spencer) 4 ds
Time: 2:ub4, -.cue, jcvo. 'urawn.
Pacing. 2:18 class, two in three heats,
Miss Leach, bl. m., by Gambonlto, dam
Mignon (Estes) 1 1
Emma Lou. b. m. (Johnson) 2 2
Josh, bl. g. (MrMahon) 4 3
Legal Hal, o. n. tsiuan; a t
FA RNS WORTH IN FINE FORM
Nebraska Tennl Champion Defeat
Paul Marshall In Opening Tour
nament at Minneapolis.
MINNEAPOT.18. Julv " 2S. Arthur C.
Snow of Chicago, present tennis champion
of the northwest. Is promised no easy task
to defend his title at the annual northwestern-
tournament, which opened this after
noon In the Hurton oourts ai ueep naven.
In the preliminary rounds this afternoon
E. E. Farnsworth, the Nebraska cham
pion, showed superb form, defeating Paul
Marshall, 6-1, 6-0. James Mix Campbell of
Huron, 8. D.. was beaten by George K.
Belden, 6-0, 6-0. -
More than 2tX college and eastern player
and enthusiasts are already at the courts
and the attendance from out-of-town will
be quadrupled by the end of the week.
English. Champion Win.
4 LONOWOOD. Mass.. July 28. The pres
ence of the great English tennis players,
H. F. ahd K. L4. uoner,ty, lent mucn inter
est to the Longwood Tennis tournament
which opened here today under most" fa
vorable weather conditions. Half a dozen
matches were played off In the first round
during the forenoon, but all were ignored
hv the nnectatora with the exception of
that between H. P. Doherty. the present
chamnlnn of all England, and H. H. Hac
ker of New York. The Englishman won,
a ata tn 1. aa follows: S-fl. 6-3. 6-4. 6-3.
The other morning games of the first
round resulted: ....
H. G. Feasenden beat A. L. Hlskln, 9-T,
W. L. Jennings beat W. E. Putnam, 6-J,
R. L. Scott beat F. H. Montgomery, 6-2,
H. H. Whitman beat G. McC. Sargent by
P. P. Staples beat K. Horton by., default.
G. E. Earns beat H. Marshall, 6-5, 6-3,
(-3. J ' -
, C. B. Wilbur beat A. Codman. 6-6, 6-8, 7-5.
R, 8. Seaver..beat A.-A. Pier, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2.
A. C. Boydea beat G. C, Cabot, 8-6, 6-3,
8-6. ' ...
E. V. Leonard beat H. Tallant. 4-6, 8-6,
6-2. 6-4, 7-6.
I. a Wright beat G. F. Chapln, 6-2, 6-1,
H Wnrrl heat IT. F. Allen. 6-3. 4-6. 6-4. 6-0.
W. J. Clothier beat B. F. Merrill, 6-8. 4-6,
6-3, 3-6, 6-3.
H. H. Whitman neat r. r. onarpiess, o-a,
' 7"6, '
Three Games Are Settled.
HANOVER. July 28 The pairing In to
day's play In the chess masters Inter
national tournament was aa follows:
Janowskl against Tschignorln, Bardeleben
against Gottschall, Napier against Conn,
Atkins against L.evtn, uunsnerg against
Mimon. Wolf aerainst SwiderHkl. Marshall
against Poplel, Olland against Mleses. and
PllBbury against Suechtlng. At the ad
journment for luncheon three games had
been disposed of for good. Swiderski de
feated wolf ana uunsoerg ana siason ana
Olland and Mleses drew. Thus the Dutch
representative, Olland, lost his first point
In the tournament. The rest of the game
were adjourned tn even positions.
Diirlno- the afternoon sittlna- the follow
ing additional results were recorded:
Atkins .vanquisnea Levin, janownu
worsted Tsehla-orin. Naoler went down be
fore Cohn. Marshall administered defeat to
Poplel and Bardeleben and Gottschalk
Plllsfniry had to adjourn nia game witn
Suechtlng a second time, but it is thought
that Suechtlna will resign ilie same In
hort order when ulavinn is resumed.
Marshall and janowskl nave eacn won
five out of six games played. Olland is
next with four and a half games won out
of Ave played.
Save your Diamond "C" soap wrappers.
They are more valuable than ever before.
We give premiums for them. We do more.
For every 50 wrapper we give a certificate
which entitles you to a share of stock in the
Omaha Auditorium Co. It also gives you a
chance to win a prize in the Auditorium
Voting Contest, capital prize in which is
$3,000 in gold.
Certificates are in addition to the pre
miums regularly given with
304 So. 16th St.
Fort Dodate Loan lo Alajona.
FORT DODCE. Ia July 28. (Special
Telegram.) Algona defeated Fort Dodge
today 4 to 1 In a beautiful game of ball.
Every acore waa earned. Algona made two
home runs and scared two on sharu hit
ting In the ninth inning. Both pitchers
did effective wora. uatieries: ort uoflge,
Flene and Whlttemore; Algona. Johnaon
nd U. Johnson.
In Southern Association.
At Little Rock Little Rock 2; Atlanta. 5
At Memphis Memphis, 6; Birmingham, 6.
At enrevepori tsnrevepori-nasnvllie poJt
Jl' 1, V , .(..It.
At New Orleans New Orleans, I; Chat-
mnooa, a, -
Jinn J. (orbett for Referee."
NEW YORK. July 28. A conference here
today between Ham Harris, representing
ierry aiouovern ana - loung corbett," rep.
resenting nimseir, gamea j. corbett was
selected as referee for the fight between
tht, two featherweights at New. London on
August 29. Corbett refused to accent Tim
Hurst. Harris then proposed Jaints J. Cor
bett and the lienvtr boy promptly accep:ed
Strang: Lower lliarhlanriar.
STRANG, Neb.. July 28. (Special.) Th
Strang ball team dt-feated the Highlander
or urant today in a well played game by
a aeore of 6 to 2. The feature of the gam
was tne sort or tne Strang cattery: lot
teries: Strang. Ralhbun and Riliniimiu;
Mignianaera, coon, uunper and Waerts
I'mplre: R. Baxendal. Attendance, U0.
DIRECTUM SPEIR WINS RACE
Justine Confidence of HI Backer
by Leading; from Wire lo
Wire In Xiao Trot.
LULUMBU8. O.. Julv 28. The arranrl clr.
cult meeting opened here todav. Tha
weather wa warm and delightful, until
a- storm blew up shortly before 4 o'clock
and drenched the track so thoroughly that
i no pace, in wnicn three heats had
oeen necmea, was postponed until tomor
row. r)f lore tne storm the track was
lightning fast and every winner of a heat
lowered his mark.
The fields in the three races on tha enrd
were small, aa many or the owners pre
ferred to reserve their entered horses for
stake events later In the week. Dlrerfum
8elr, Henry Srhmulbach's 4-year-old stal
lion, was picked to win the 2:30 trot, sell
ing in tne auctions at 850 to 816 for the field
oi mree. in. neiu price was reduced to 17
tier ine nrst neat ana a large number of
pooia were sold at mat, ngure. The son of
Directum Justified the confidence of his
backers by leading from wire to wire in
both heats reducing his record In tha aer.
ond from 2.13H, made in his first start in
Cleveland last week, to 2:ll. Darwin
drove hint nut In each heat, but wa always
a length behind at the finish.
The 2:09 pare, the feature of the opening
nay. was puRiponea arter J-red a. Wedg
wood had taken the first two heats and
Captain Sphinx the third. Dan R. and
Daphne Dallas sold equal favorites before
the race, each bringing ISO In pool of
$125. Dan R. eould not catch Wedgwood
In the first heat and Daphne Dallas wii
unable to land the second or third, fitr
both of which she waa driven hard. Tho
DOStDonement of the race will Drobablv
make Wedgwood the favorite, although he
was a b-aen horse after the third heat
today. Prince Direct was drawn after the
third beat ana will not start tomorrow.
The 2:1)1 pace waa a gift to Miss Leach
the favorite, at I'M to 16, with a field o:
Trotting, class, two in tnree, pur
Di(ctum Splar. b. - to , by Directum,
Canadian Rifle Team Win.
LONDON. July 28. The re-shoot for the
Marklnr.on- cuo at the National Rifle as
sociation meeting at Blsley resulted In a
victory today for the Canadian team. Th
Canadians scored 1,376, the English team
1,840 and the riflemen representing Scot
land made i.s, point.
Win Wlnafleld Scolls.
LONDON. Julv 21!. H. H. Cloutt of the
London Rowing club won tbe Wlngfleld
sculls at putney today, Dealing it. m.
Etherlngton-Smlth of the Leander Rowing
club and -J. Bereaford of the Kensington
Rowing club, after a kpienaia race.
To Katabllsb Cutholla Mission Home,
WASHINGTON. July 28. Rev. Alexander
P. Dovle. secretary of the Catholic Mis
sionary union, has received a gift of IIO.UOO
for the establishment of a mission nouse,
an Institution which Is to be opened In
this city for the training of Roman Catholic
priests as missionaries - to nnn-Catholto
countries and to tha newly acquired insular
possessions of tne united states. Tne
donor declined to allow his name to be
made nubile, but It Is said he Is a well
known priest, who Is greatly Interested In
the cauae of mission to non-catnono coun
Gold Top Bottled Beer la a
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creating, health building. Order
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Top with any other well known
beer. We will accept your ver
dict. Jetter Brewing Co.
So. Omaha. Neb. Those I.
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In looking at office tn different buildings, th greatest pralae the owner or
rental agent can give aa'bmc la to ay tb at It la "aa good aa an office la Tb Pee
Building." It may b in aoma reapecta, bu t It can not be tn every respect. -
Th Be Building 1 one of th only t wo absolutely fireproof office bulldlnga la
Omaha. The Be Building 1 th only building having all night and all day Sunday
levator aervloa. Th Be Building furnlahe electrlo light and watar without ad
ditional coat. Tb Bee Building la kpt eUan, sot aom tit th tlm. but. all of tb
tlm. . .'
Keep these points In mind when looking tor aa offlea, and you will tak on of
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List of vacant rooms in
The lee Building
ROOM Ht 18x13 feet. Face Seventeenth street and haa window along th
alley. This 1 a large, light room, and the rental price Include heat,
light, water and janitor service. It has, an entrance both, on The Bee
Building Court and Seventeenth atreet Price $55.
Sl'ITB 101 1 Ther 1 no finer office suite in Omaha than this on.
It la located
lust on th right hand of th great marble stairway, and ha unusually
larg windows looking upon tha front entrance way of the building. It
fronts on tarnam atreet. One room Is 17x18 and tho other axis. It haa a
burxlar-Droof vault, marble mantel-olece. hardwood floors, and will be
freacoed to ault tenant Price (75.01
ROOM lo4i Thl room la Just at th head of the main stairway on th first floor.
It would be a very desirable offlc for some real estate man or con-
tractor.- The floor spat la laxl feat Prlc S20
ROOM 80S: Thl room is 21 il feet and 1 very conveniently located near th
elevator. A sign on th door can b readily aeen In atepplng oft th el- '
vator Prlc 115.
ROOM Has: Thl room Is 17x32 feet and will be divided to suit the tenant.
This room I particularly adapted for some concern needing larg duor i
pace and la a decidedly handsome office, having an entrance facing the
court and windows looking out upon Seventeenth street. It has a very
large burglar-proof vault, hard wood floor and 1 on of th choloeet ofll- '
cea In tb building ..Prlc 550.0
aiOOtf 401: 15x1$ feet. Thl room la next to the elevator and faces court. It
haa a larg burglar-proof vault and i well ventilated. Has good light,
and for th prlc furnishes first-class accommodation Prlc 517.6
Sl'ITB 614: Thl Is a very large room, 17x43 feet. It face west, but 1 very 1
light and well ventilated. It Is very seldom that space of this site Is of
fered in The Be Building. It could be used to advantage by aom firm
employing a larg number of clerks, or requiring large floor apace a '
wholesale jeweler, or manufacturer agent, who would Ilk to be In a
tl reproof building, or It will be divided lo suit tb tenant Prlc-150.0
ROOM Bill: This room face the court and Is lXxlt feet. It has a burglar-proof '
vault, and as It Is near the telegraph ofltce and on the iimi floor with a
number of grain firm, It would be a pailjcular good room for a grain
firm desiring flrat-claag accommodation Price $30.00
SUIT12 ttlO: Thl constats of two rooms, both 18VixllH- Kach of them haa a
large burglar-proof vault, hav been newly decorated and are room
where any business or professional man may be comfortable. Price for
tbe two , .....$SS.0a
R. C. PETERS & CO.,
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