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OMAHA DAILY KEK; FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1002.
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COULD SOT HIT NEWMEIER
Omaha Shut Chit Until flinth, Win it
v filet Up Pour Bum.
THIS IS FOUR SHORT OF WINNING GAME
rf 1 I 1
McCarthy, If. 1 1 t
Oorhn ar, ... 4
H'oofl, e l v
Bernhar. p. I
Played, feat rvtaiely
Oa Wi raUea
COLORADO SPRINGS, July 8l-(8peeta1.)
-Colorado Bprinss took th last of the
...... . . . - . . mb.'t MnHlHI Wttfc.
wi ivuftf irvui -
- . .. m m . . . tx.. . w . efeht
-J at icon oi iu e. Liiiiiui " -'
$ lnnlnga Newmeyer had th visitors eoro-
I pletely at nl ' metcy, ellowlat oaty n
lt and striking out eleven mea. But
rata la the ninth made tha ball slippery and
Newmeyer could tot eoatrol It, with tha
result that ha was hit freely for four was.
Alloway waa found pprtunly for a total
of Bin hlta and theses otXipKd with bad
error on th part of Thomaa at th initial
Back, especially la th : seventh, tallied
aaraa maa. Th second tarn waa ot
poaed ob account of rate- Th aoor:
COLORADO BPRINOB. .
AB,.R H. O.
Fleming. If ............
Oranvlfle, 8b.. .. i
Hemphill, ef ....-. 4
Everett, lb I
Hoilitigsworth, tb t
Lynch, as..,.. ......... J
Jtaoawn, .............. a
Ton It .
White, 1. Struck out: By Poole, 8; by
White, 6. Time: 1:46. Umpire: O Day.
Masta Baals Oat Chicago.
1 I e
l" "7 . Rradl.w. IB.. Ill
hey and Carney and a double by Demont I i)ni. tb... l
In the flrat Innlna- save Boston three runs l H1(.knM1, lb e in.
ana cooiey a single ana iipmuni i r n,
In the eecond added two more tallies, giv
ing tha home team an easy victory. Chi
cago rould do nothing with Pittlnger. At
tendance, 1.175. Score:
B.H.O A.B I a.tt.u.a.B).
r.i.a If ... . t tl .!. If.... 1 I
Tenner, lh... I 1 1 1 Jones, it
eieor, le.. t t 1 I I'dunee, lb..
Carney, rf... I 1 Ptfbha, tt.... 0
Dtfia itr, It. M I I tinker, ...
Vrht, 0 1 t Lowe, tb
ah, ef 0 Kllng. ...... 0
Varan, t I 1 Hiaefar. lb.
rmtDfcr, . Phe4e, ..
Totnii ... rt II
Batted for Rhoadea In ninth.
rtnatnn ItOlOOVO -
Chicago o 9 a w v v v-i
Teamed runt' Ronton. 2. TWO-DIM nil
Demont. Coolev. Three-baee hit: Demont.
IWtnhl nlav Ttntltf to LOWS ID nHUl-r
Flret baea on balle: Off Plttlnger. ; oft
Rhosdea. S. fltrurk out: By Plttlnger, 2;
by Rhoadea, (. Paused ball: Kling. lUne
1:48. Umpire: Brown.
who wn able to find Bernhara. Attena-
ance, J.wz. ecore:
CLIVILAND. i BOBTUH.
R H OA
thle eerie' will therefore be a warm one,
Oame will b called at 1:45 Saturday after-
SOME GOOD TENNIS SHOWS
a. II. OAK.
e riitiartr, it 1 J
Oit'olllna, lb,, till
t ptihl. ff 1 1
I Fromu, rt. I 1
Prnt, m. .. I I 1
lAI-b'M, lb. II
rtrrtm. lb.... t I 4 J
.Werner, 1 I
DtQMn, .... I
. I II fl II l ToUle .
1 0 1 0
0 0 0 0
runs: Cleveland, z.
. I M 16 1
0 0 1 -
0 0 9 00
Alio, ay .
Qurn Oloiiij atcha it Booaud Zxal of City
lournej Art warm.
.. Beckof I
.'. .. Barry
nv cnlltns. Three-base hlta: Braa-
Frmin. Double olaya: Lajole to
ilorhnatir to Illrkman. Collins to Ferris
in i.n'huiM. Flret baee
Ttmhunl l: nfT Dlneen. 2. left on baeee
Cleveland, 6; Boston, 6. Struck out: By
Bernhard, 2; by Dlneen, 4. who. pitcn:
Dlneen. Time: 1:25. Umpire: OXaughlln.
At Chicago Chicago-Baltimore game
postponed; wet grounds.
ttaadlaa; af tae Teams.
Oaawa Take Hie Oa fraaa Metal,
nviwi t. .. Inlv 81 (Pneclal Telegram.)
on balls Off -By shutting out the Modal team today
1 on bases: by a score of 1 to 0 the Onawa team won
Its elxhth successive victory, i n gnuic
was one oi tne Desi evrr
GAMES WELL UP TO SCHEDULE NOW
Talrt Reaat nl ieaal-Flaale Will
Ba Played Teday ill Flaals
Will Cass fee
Ther Is now every prospect thtt the
tt. Leal Defeat t Tork.
AB. R. H.
t5artar, rf . ..- 4 1 1
Thomas, lb.. . ..... 4 11
Stone, If...- 4 11
Dolan, s. 4 0 1
Stewart, th...... 4 1 1
Pears, cf 4 0 . 1
Hlckey, tb 4 0 0
XUoway, a... 4 0 0
jNBVv" YORK. July 81. The game between I Cleveland
New Tom ana Bi. Ivouis loaay '"" i
nn and the local team's poor stlckwork
was responsible for Ita defeat by a score
ot to I. me mew iocu dui hub
double playa. Attendance, l.noo. score:
tr. iria. yew tork.
a h o. A.I. I.I.O A.I
k-tohala. IV. t HI j;one. If t 1 J J J
Brolr, Ill' iMoOM. lb-
f)oooTa, rf. 1 I 1 Itrwlle, ef...
gruir.r. M... I 4 llsmlth, lb...
B.M, lh A a 4 AiDnna. rf....
i. O'Holl, e. t I I iBiWh'a, ll I I I J
H. 0'N1I, . 1 I I s V "
J . v V .
Plav.il VWon. L,osL P.C.
79 44 .KM
84 4 38 .MS
77 42 J5 .6o
SO 44 36 .twO
83 40 43 .4S2
82 87 46 . 4T.1
85 38 47 .447
78 S3 45 .423
n.mu iniliv Wnshlns-ton St Detroit.
Baltimore at Chleasro, Philadelphia at Bt
Louie, Boaton at Cleveland.
Ft. Louis ....
Ffl ri I " " J ' 1 I ... , . , ,
home diamond. Neither sine scorea ior i ouy ensmpiooaaip
eleht Innlnss. and Onawa won out In Hi I . hrousht to a conclusion within the
half of the ninth on an error At tne time depend upon the question of
the wlnnlns run was made Onawa had the I url u " 1 . . 1V.
bases full Brnwn pitched phenomenal ball, rain or no rain. Yesterday evening th
holding the Modale team without a alngle 1 - . on Md the Becoad round waa
hit and striking out eleven i men Banene. according to program. Eight
linawa. Brown inanu -, ", .... - ,i.in.l rrtv-ona
nM an ('ani o it mn re: ij xl. x tminc. inarersi uuii. uuv w t-aw v
remain in tne competition, ine iour uiivu
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
o I i I
Totals I mn 1
Touii i n ii ii
Batted for Miller In eighth.
Colamina Penads Olbsai avatel Till,
with Paor Fleldtaa, Caisea
Kansas City, to Loa.
COLERIDGE. Neb., July 81. (Special
Telegram.) In the base ball game nere to
day Wausa wss easy. Score:
Pnlnrtrt ISOlOOeO I I
n.tt.ri.1. rniwlilr. Morrison and Wood;
Wausa, Ijongneker, rosourg ana iuer.
Kearney Shut Scare Carl nneiion.
KEARNEY, Neb., July SV-(Sneclal Tele
gramsThe Kearney base can team snut
out tne oneiton nine in a pumu ir"
noon 11 to 0. Patterlee: Kearney, Saline
end Burma n; Shelton, Cas and Short.
it Lotils . -1 0 0 1 0 1 -
New Tork 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-
Totale..... ........ . 4
Colorado Springs.. T ft t J
....... p.w.n flnrinas. 1: Omaha,
T.n-h.u hits: Stewart. Pears. Sacrlfloe
x. ,a . T u . uti.n K.IM! HemDhlll (Z,
Clausen, iyncn, Mrm .1 rf...;r.
Slayi Lynch to Houingawonn m "IT"'
irat b.e. on balls: 0ft fcAUoway 8: off
Newmeyer. 1. Mlt by P"eJ
hlU (2). fctruck out: BrNeeyar. 11.
by Alleway. 1. 1" on bases: Colorado
SnrlngeTrt omaha, 4. First b;M
Colorado Springs. 4; Omaha, J. Tims. 1.46.
Umpire; Cole. Attendanoel t.ioa.
Salats Wis Aaotker.
ST. JOHBPH. Mo July 81.-A wild throw
by Waldron aided St. .ieamh In win nlng.
The home team bunched their hit WSIL
( Attendance. . Boor: Rrt.B.
. . . . i t iui in
K-iTTC?.-.- ? o n a a o II
Batteries: Kansas City, Nichols and Me.
altti St. Josepn, farvin anu wv
Pearla Btlll LoallsT.
MTLWAUKEB. Wia.. July 81.-Mllwaukee
took th slith consecutive am" 'rm
i, . j ' j.. .. tv,. .,nit waa a pitchers
trr.ii' VnT' eicltlna from start to
finish. Attendance, tuft. cres
Mllwauk 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 -8 8
. peorla oOOOOOiaa l av
' Batteries! Teorla, Hart an Wllsen;
Milwaukee, .enna al
Dee Molaee Take Oas Gam.
DENVER, July -BenrTbro,1J?1 4I!5
In a . double-header today. In th flret
gam Morrison pitched a ?i garn0' but
.iv.n nnnr aunDort. In th second
gam."opportune hltflng and c stly errore Philadelphia.
t DV tne lOOam BHIVO Tv.i.ar -"-e 1 iVW AWkaa,
V . ... J TAh.aa awl lna. T Allr I .
' sTavme ot tne Br. iwjii-
npm runs. Attendance AWO. Boor..:
Denver 1 1 J 0 1 t J
r. unlnM .naooioaoa 188
Batterlea: Denver, Whltrldga and Wll
on: Xee Motn,: Morrison and lAbeck.
Des Moines .'Oa-J SJ
Denver 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 ( 1 18 8
Batteries: Denver, Eyler and Wilson;
Dea Moines, Feeney and Lobeck.
, . ttaadlaa of th Teiaaa,
Played. Won. Lost,
Earned rune: New York, 1; St. Louis,
First basa on errors: St. LOuis, z.
on base: New YerK. ; t. iuis,
First base on balls: Off O'Neill, 8.
Struck out: By ONelll. 1; by Miller, 1;
he Mnninnltv. 1. Two-base hit: Jones
Bacrliloe hit: Jones. Double playet Brodle
to Mcoann. ureananan V wcursw m
Smith. R rod I a in Miflmw. Lauder to Bres
nihin. Hit bv Ditcher: By O'Neill. 1.
Hits: Off Miller, in eight innings. Tlmei
1:86. Umpire: Emalie.
Braeklya that Oat by Plttsbir.
BROOKLYN. Julv 81. Plttsbura defeated
Brooklyn again today. The home team waa
snut out ana mtsDurg s tnrne runs were
all made In the eighth Inning. The visi
tors had a chance to score with two men
en bases In the sixth, but a beautiful throw
by Dolan from deep center nippea u jon
nor at the plate. Attendance, S.V0O. Score
A.M. O.A.I. R.H.O.A.B.
Clark. If.... lit! 08henkird. If. 0 3 0
iMiinuml. af 1 I S GKaalar. rf ... 0 110
Leach, lb.... Sill ODolan. ef.... 0 1 1 4
Waanar rf.. 1 Dahlan. aa... 0 0 3 8
Branaris, IBS S I orarrau, O....V a v
RlWhar, lh.. Sill MoCrearr, lb I I
Cftnroy, a... Ill Olreln. lb.... 4 0
tl'IVianar. a. S 1 T 1 . OriBad. lb.-.. 18 4 0
Chaabro, ... 111 IBtsm. p 1 1
Toaala B II ST I 1
. Touts ... 1 17 II 0
Batted for Kvans In the ninth.
Plttsburr 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0-8
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Earned runs: Pittsburg, 2. First base
on errore: Brooklyn. 1. Left on bases
tM,t.h... a. TJ...1.1wn A Th..li.U hit
, i iini.ui w, uiwmf u, . . . . . u .....
Clarke. Double play: Dahlen to Flood O
Mct;reery. f irst Dane on Dans: un cuvans,
8: off Chesbro. 2. Hit by pitched ball: By
Evans, L Struck out: By wvans, i: Dy
Chesbro, 5. Time: 1:47. Umpire; powers.
ttiitlasjr et th Teases.
viavad. won. Lost. P.O.
81 61 20 .753
89 49 40 .561
79 42 87 .532
40 40 .am
81 87 44 . 457
84 88 48 .463
, 84 36 60 .413
, 83 27 65 .Si9
na m tnrtnv! at. Louis at New York.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn, Chicago at Boston,
Cincinnati at rnuaoaipnia. -
KANSAS CITY. July 81. McMackln's
pitching and the hard hitting of the visitors
were tne feature ul , une-niuu
Mh ho Inn hit hard tha Kansae City
twlrlers received poor support. Attendance,
In th third round ar down tor aecision
tonight, leaving the two semi-finals snd
the final for Saturday afternoon ana even
The hot eun bad dried out tha courts
from tha downpour of Wednesday night
and they wer In excellent condition when
the player entered them last night. One
of tha earliest games to eommenee waa
that between George Mclntyre' aid
Serlbner,- which waa stopped by the atom
when each had scored seven games on
Wednesday evening. The old score waa
abandoned and they atarted ever again at
love-all. 8crlbner was playing a pracky
fiDAWn fMRfMIIT RfinFS TAMri Uame. but Mclntyr kept him chasing tha
Wlinnw vhivwii - I r ,, ..v v i i mnnA edeaataea
pane, WU1UU ytm. w
Hart, f 4
Vioi, lb I
MrParVo. rf. I
O' Hapten, tb. I
Turnar, lb... 1
Knoll, ll a
Wtfner, aa. ..
McMackln, p. I
Rothnisa, rf. 1 I 0 0
nmiia. a.... e o I l s
Oradr. lb.... 1 14 4
Nanaa. cr.... 9 v v a i
tiMwa. as.... II
Only Snrprlee of Day Colsmbsi Is
Oaased by Bliteoa Itors Beat
In; Favorite Avail.
COLUMBUS, O., July 81. The grand clr- 1
and alwaya with plenty of finger In them
and finally wore him down. Th acora of
7-5, -2, tella th tale.
Pollard Play i Pair,
D. Pollard, who had been Kept naca oy
i nu i-.i- - -- ' . . . . .v. a
...l. - . ..m imi.v hut there a as the absence of nw opponent ou u
a 1.,.. attanHnnrn end a Kreat deal of I a.- . v. tnimnmint. WAS riven th task
i.i rarTnUiaw.sthTeh3 07ttpi!c"Of ol Playing two matche. In on. evenln, la
IW-S I I 5 i in tVover-n' Riley B. was a order to catch up. H. won from Hughes
Glbaon, f y J . a...-i,. ..mn o tr.i tr. ff. tnr a field ifflMiltv and started In
Walts, If.... 1 I 1
ToUls ... I 1 17 11 i
P.lnml.111 S 8 O 0 O O U
Kinui tltv OUUVViVV V a
ir.Tifl nine: Columbus. 9. Two-oirse
hits: Thll. McAndrews. Knoll. 'inree-Daoe
hits: Knoll, Viox. uaennce
hot favorite, selling at 850 to 326 for a field )
Just heforo tne race ne was ibkbii
alck and withdrawn. C. F, W. was also
drawn, leaving only rour to score jor tne
word. Fanny Dlllard was made the favor
ite In the new books at $25 to $30. The
mare won the first heat with ease In 2 :06,i.
lowering her record a run isecona. in vne
eonnrt heat she broke badly In the first
un. vuuuia i -,i .i a .v.- v.-, I - j ... . . .
Blavr :eewe to Thlel to Grady, Wagner to """n .1.11. ewll T placed and nia voneys ana iooe
CxHa.Hlt byp accurst. and full of vim. H. eap-
rithAiit mat rlifncultv ana Biariea
auin with only a tew mlnutea rest against
Aubrey Potter. The first was Pollard a
by Jto t. but Potter by thle tlm waa
iteveinnin a strong and telling game, re
turning everything that came to him and
makine- few mistakes. His balls wer
B."r,1f'r 7!.?5 a Struck on the field to beat Fannie Dlilard. who tuMd tha aecond set. I to . and then had
bui , u.i w- - "v 1 broua-ht 116 to KB. me juoges aeciaea xo 1 .. . .,k
out: ay uioson. 1, uy .- 1 ... - .. k.t,ini th- m.r. 1 -
1 ui 1 iit ..inann ai uil ir ri . - . . . . .
amavniii, -t" " , , , ' I -, 1 v. 1 1 n T . MnH.nrv
. . . -m u.u.nk . 1 pttiwi nan: jsevme. i " -
Time i 1:66. Umpire: Haskell.
First bsse on balls: Off Orb
it waa getting dark and
n. I..! M nut Pol ard. who was ClSSTiy lauguea, wee
be found, however, and Scott Hudson re- I oniy able to score two gamea in tha da-
lusea to anve tne noDoiea pwr. 1 -iiiinff et.
Mllw.ike Beat. -Tol.d. much daUberatlo. .Snow -waa ijwo 1 t,m. Dufm
. 111 1 v. H..IU la u.uun n, . " v ....... - -i . .
uit -ar AtTwir.-m Julv SL Two hundred I ,.. innr hv e neck over The BtshoD. I hn harfllr dlsnlaved tb Torm n naa
people at the Association grounds today who mtiSt, a try fpr the heat after Major I . , artier game, and th e-ther
. ii.tii vame between Mil- I ...n..i. t.. AiA I " . . .
Wllllaa.u m .."" , . I axua.jw "
waukee and Toledo, tne rormer winning uj
a score or 6 to 2. Aiienaanue, uw. ow.
.... n.ir.v.1 . . TOLEDO.
n u rt a a I R.H.O.Al.
1. a 1 a A 0 niima. O & 1 a
V o aiaaner, ri.. w a v - -1
akixnow. aa. 1 I I 1
Turner, lb... 1 111 I 1
I 1 Smith, lb.... 10 0 11
l n Mock, if I 4 0
1 1 Ullka. af..... 0 14 0
1 OOrirnui, o... 0 0 10 0
t 1 Lundblam. . I 0 0 I 0
llOVTtJ: ml'ln th. 8:13 race, contests were al.o mostly ona-.ld.d.
for which casonaa was a neavy iavonm..i The julI Bcores touowi
conienaer, nna iwinn.o
A. MoB-a, ci. a
gchelbeck, lb 1
Mailman, rf. 1
Cllnnra'n, as. 0
Runkle. IB... e
O. McB'a. lb 0
Altrock, p... 9
Totals t 37 U $'
I 1 14 II I
ah wo- nvr e
won In straignt neats. - eyivmone nu
Prince Direct divided second and third
monyi . . ...
The Koman, as expecrea, ouiiTianswu mo
field of 2:17 class trotters and none of the
three horses that were sent after him In
the three heats had so much as a lookln.
The unfinished z:i trot was won rjy d.u
Lee, a Columbus mare, strongly bacaea oy
the local talent.
The 2:18 pace had only three starters, all
of toor class. Tom Keene looked good
Toledo 0 l 0 u v" enough to win, but he abstamea irom t&a-
rpw.teeei hits: Dungsjt. Mock. Bacrlflc ins; a heat, and th Judge were satlatled
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
It. Lals aid Philadelphia Play Tn-
laalaaT Tie, Gam Betas Called
i Aeooaat of Darkness.
hlU: CUngraan,- Gllks, Aunaoiora. oioiu
bases: Klelnow. Gllks, Shlebeck. Runkel.
First baa on balls: Off Altrock. 8; off
f..nKinn l R trunk out: By Altrcek.
3; by Lundblom, 1. Left on bases: Mil
waukee; 8; Toledo,. 8, Tlma: 1:46. Um
tt. Pail Found! Miller. ,
BT PAUL, July 81. St Paul batted out
rtctorv today, hitting Miller hard In the
second and sixth Innings. Attendance, 800.
Bcore: .., ,
T. FAUU. ,av(AiiarviMi,.
. . w uurtaa
ST. LOUIS. July 8L St. Loul and Phlla.
dalnhla nlaved tan lnnlnss to a tie. the
18 I game being called on account' of darkneas.
.W3 Murohv'a three-bavKer. followed by M.
Cross's single, tied the score In th eighth.
BOtn mtenera wer nit nara. out soma
fast double plays cut oft several runs. At
tendance, a.uuo. fccore:
at. LOUIS. I PHILADELPHIA.
H. O. A l l R M O A K.
names today! St, Joseph ht Peoria, an- parkatt. If.. 1 1 0 Hartsal, If... I I I
... City at Milwaukee. liaiorjak .1. X J 0, .f ... . I 4 l .
.w I Andaraoa. lb I I II L. Croaa. lb. I 1
I Hanson, ei. a a
Lumlar, rf. 8 3 e
Huaalna, TO. e
Chacb, If.... I l
Kaller, is... i
Pleroa, a 0 1
Marcao, H... I .
Sttismal, p.. 0 0 1
llHotrlaver, rt I 0
i Kuhna, It..., 1 0 0
I Woodruff , lb 4 1 3 1 0
I Klhra, lb.... 1 11 I 0
) O'Ur'an, aa.. 0 I I 0
) Couitar. of.. 1 1 I 0 0
) Fen, lb t I T
1 Haydon, ... lilt
) 'alller, p 0 3 1
. I 18 14 1
.... v a " w
.... 0 3 10 0
. I t 34 II 1
3 2 1 -
0 0 0 0-8
Humboldt TOO e Wallace,
. -... e..i.i I MeCot k. b. I 1 I I 0
HUMBaiiUr, ...TJn hliiain I r1, lb.. I I I DM. Croat, aa. 1
TM MCtina cwwi ir mi. "-- "'" "J tiliia, ...... f III 0 Bcnracs
the Humboldt and Teoumseh teams took 1 honabua. .. t 9 0 Waddall
r.M nn the home around Tuesday after-I I
Tha day was a fine one and a large Total. ... 4 14 M 30 l Tot Ha ,.IUM 9 t
crowd was In attendano, not only from I gt. Louis 3010010000-4
this city, but from Pawnee, Table Kock. i Philadelphia 080000010 04
Dawson and Fall CHty, The faturee ot Krned runs: St. Louis. 4: Philadelphia,
the asms were the horn ran f Tanner of I a Two-baae hlU: Heldrick. Anderson,
th local when th baeee were iuu a i Wallace, Kahoe, PavU. Three-baee hit:
th pitching of Ltnn. Score: I Murphy. Horn run: Burkett. Double
...... . . a a a I playa: Wallace to Mccormick to Ander
Humboldt .... J J 0 J rJ J son. Donahue to Wallace to Anderson. Pad
V Teoumseh. .... 8 000000 a i. t Wallace to Anderson. Hurnhr t(
Batterlea: Humboldt, Unn and Davis. Stolen bases: Fults (2). Seybold,
Teoumseh. Oore. Paris and Martin. Struck Ftnt base on balls: OS Donahue, 4.
out: By Linn, 15; by oore, 4; oy rane, s.
First baa on balls: Off Unn, 3. Two-baae
kite- Feta. Dor. Home runs: Tanner.
Ortnatead. Times lv4i). Umpire: prof. A,
9 9 19 Saybol. rf.. 9
MeCor'k, lb. I 1 I I Murphr, lb.. I 1
St. Paul ...
Earned runs: St. Paul, 2. Two-nase mt:
ir.m.n Thre-base hlta: Marcan. Lum
l.v UMTArm. Home run: lunuey. nwiun
bas'e: Ferguson. First base on balls: Off
etlmmel. 8; off Miller, a. rirsi dbbb on
errors: Indianapolis, . Lft on bases
at Paul, it! Indlananolls. 9. Struck out
nv Stimmel. 2: by Miller. 1. Double playai
Ktlmmel to xieuey. u oiic w a1 u. w
Klhm. Time: 1:67. Umpire: Flggemeler,
Millers Wli Another.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 8L Minneapolis
made It three etralght from Louisville by
-kino hnth tamM tooav. in ine emmn
i..u. t .v.. flrat vame Tinrlfl.ll pulled
080000010 0-4 ciymer out at second and CJyuier lost bis
mnr ann ran ai a. uiiu&ii. iiio wu utnii
clinched, but no blows were struck. Ciymer
was sent on tne gonunas untu tne seoona
game. In the second, with tha score 8 to 6
In favor of Louisville and two outs in th
last half or the nintn, natoii anocaoa a
home run. Lynch followed witn a aouDie
and waa brought In by Lally with a single,
vrarwin took Coons' place In the sixth In-
Struck out: By Donahue, 8; by Waddell, I ning In tha second game. Attendance, 1,200.
(. Left on bases: St. Louis, 6; PhlladeU I Roores;
T I 0
D. Pollard beat X W. Hughes. tH, -l
Second round: ,
C. H. Young beat A. Coflett, -2,
George Mclntyre beat A. Scribner, 7-6, 8-i
R. E. Sunderland beat F. P. Rooney by
fpotter beat T. Pollard, 8-6, 8-. t-t.
F. J. Hill beat F. Dufrene, 6-X 6-1.
H. Martin beat L. 8. Webster. 8-2, -L
B. S. Caldwell beat H. D. Allee, -8. J-l.
W. O. Sherwood beat W. A. DeBord. 4-0,
Matches for This Evealac
evenine the nroerram consists ot
ig a neat, ana me ;uu(. i av- nrnmn consists Ox
with the race. Bummary: . ".t - ... , v,, wi v. in-
Trotting, Z:u class, purse si.uw, two nivva iour maitow, v.
i three (two heats on Wsdnesday): terestlag. Tha players will ba paired as
b., by Denter Prince
711. T K
Miss Johnson, b. m. (Benson). 3
Brlgham Bell, tt. n. (uarrieon.. a
Baron Ball, b. h. (Hudson)
Jack. b. g. (Stuart)...........
Betsey Ko.s, o. m. twiiiei....
Jim Fenton. br. g. (Patterson)........
Thornboy, g. g. (Ward).....,..,
Time: l-.n-A. :iov, ;iDy4i
Pacln. 8:16 class, purse ST."): .
Byrl Wilkes, br. jr., by - Ethan
Wilkes, dam oy iaptain uwr
Baron Waltser. b. g. (Fleming)... 1
Tom Keene, s. g. (Swearlnger).... 8
Time: 1:10, -l. "
rrmttlno. 9-17 class. Durse 82.000:
The Roman, b. g., by McKlnney, dam
Silver Sign, br. h. (Dillon)......
Alice Ruasell, b. m. (Hudson)..
Alice Carr, bin. m. tuarnsonj..
Dr. Strong, g. g. (Gahagan)
Mlhka, ch. m. (Stuart).....
Time: jj:ii, x:ir. , . ,
Pacing. 2:13 class, purse $1,200, two heats
In three: ... . .
Twinkle, D m., Dy aiercury. uam vr
phla, 11. Time: 1:66.
ruthers and Johnson.
rail to Hit Mallln.
GAMES ' IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
DETROIT. July JL-Mullln waa Invincible
today, only two of the Washlngtons ne-
rn. latlnar with th hell. The locale landed
Philadelphia ters i thi4 Oat it th I hard on Orth In the second Inning and
aaeJn iu me naui, owie
Baits ot Clielaiitt, -JrVh
Ttrrr i tmtt TT A Julr at. Th home
team Buffered a ehutout at the hands of
ci..i...,i iniiiv White and Poole were
In superb form and the visitors barely
managed to squeex In a run In th eighth
innlna on a single ana tnuie, nuv.
anc. 2.144. Score;
. CINCINNATI. ,' PHILADELPHIA.
irlar. If... 111 I Rran. af..... I I I
barf Id, Bill' l'Uorla, 3b... 4
lb.... ill lUalah'tr. lb. 0 111
Barrett, ef... 119 0 Katater, rf... 9 1 1
Hulmaa. rf... Ill Cougblla, M. I
feeek. lb I 11 1 'Lee. 1141
W.aaon, is,, s lis a fcir. aa. .
IWelow, .... 9 I I K'larka, i
Uullla, p.... 9 3 13 Orth, p.
Grant, lb..., 1
N.wlia, p.... a
Karwln, rf... 9 1 0 1
Conner, Ib4 11111
Oantal, lb-lb 0 I 10 10
Odall, It 1 1 4 I
Gannon, cf-lb 1 0 1 t
uiymar, aa... I I t 0 V
Hckaub, lb... I 1 I
srhrlver, .... lit
uunnie, p.... l i i i .
Klouraoy, el. 0
. I 1123 11 I
Kallr. M ... I J 1 0 0
Backlar. IB.. J 1 4
C'raeterd, rf. I
of. 0 4 1
.... t 4 I
aa. 1 4 I
a M O.A.B.
Staler 41.. IB. 19 3ihrs.-ssA.
foola. D 111 OK'hilde, lb.
BarKea, .... I White, p
Wglr'V. ! 1
Barry, rf.... 1141
J.aalnaa. Ik ll I I 1
... . e f e
Totala .'.. 1 I 17 IS 1 1--' Totals ... 4 97 1 1
-Mni.inna,i . A a 0 0 0 0 1 01
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Earned run: CTnoInnatl. -l two-dim
Barry. Three-base hit: t'rawrora.
on bases: Cincinnati, ; Phlladeipma,
Flrat baae on balls: Oft Poole. 1; on
Total. ... 9 11 17 II ( Total. ... 1 3 14 to 1
Detroit 08OO03O0 9
Washington o a v o i v v o i
Kerned runs: Detroit. 8. Three-base h.ts;
Elbert. Id. Hurley. Sacrifice hits: Beck,
Buelow. Stolen base: Elberfeld. First base
on balls: Off Orth, 1. Hit by pitched ball:
by Mullln, L First base on errors; waan-Ina-ton.
3. Left on bases: Detroit. 4: Wash-
melon, s. ntruca out: by uuuin, i: ry
Orth, 1. Double play: Gleason to Klberfeld
to Mack, win pitcn; nuiiin. iini.i
Clevelaad that Oit Beatoa.
CLEVELAND, O., July 81. Cleveland
shut out Boston In a well-played same.
Collins baring the only one of the visitors
Tfim-inrg la the name tometimea given to what 13
all 4 TT .., V.rr mtu-af-il A OVA
Tea rear ag I contracted a bad caa
efBleod Poison. X was under treatment
m.t e tihealelam until I foand that be could
do ma i good. Thai began taking
at I ft. I commenced to lSBDrov at one
and ll i rerr short tlma all vidence of
the disease disappeared tooa ei uu
,1.- .nil tnda am sound and well.
K. K. Wall, Morrlstowi, Tena.
Played. Won. Lost PC.
87 68 2 .667
88 67 81' .648
87 48 39 . 6:.!
87 44 43 -t"
85 41 44 .42
88 41 47
, b 33 53 .4
b9 27 63 .3u3
classes. The purest and best people are
aometitaea infected with this awful
maladv throuirh handhnjr the cloth
iaar. drinkine from the tame vessels,
usintr the same toilet articles, or
ivitri terann who have contracted it.
It begins usually with a little blister or tore, then swelling in the groins, a
red eruption breaks out on the rxxiy,
tores and ulcers appear in the mouth,
the throat becomes ulcerated, the htir,
rye brows and lashes (all out and, as
the blood becomes more contaminated,
copper colored splotches and pustular
eruptions and sores appear upon differ
ent parts of the body, and the poison
even uesiroya toe dumb. , .. .. j
o o c?:. - c f, thie irtothnnme disease, and cures it even in the
rorst forms'. It i.Vperfect antidote for the powerful vVUuVtn3
blood and penetrates to all parts of the system Unless
...... ..tvi. riann nut nf vour blood it will ruin you,
and bring disgrace and disease upon your children for
:a ... Y tranamlttM from tjarent to child, o. o. t.
contains no mercury or potash, but is guaranteed a
airicuv TCKciuuic romwuuu. .... ....... I arier tnei
V rite for our free home treatment ix0a; ana learnauaoouwconioKwue uiWv afternoon thry ui atari a at riea of three
" .I.,;,. o-ive na a historv Ol Vour Case, ana our I iran.rerrea irom ib Molnea.
poison. If you want medical adVlC give Ut a History vi . Julnn s team Is Just now la the best eon-
iihvsiciana will furnish all the information you wish without any charge miln u ba. been this sraeon and is put.
whatever. . THE SWIfT SPCCIFIC CO., ATLANTA, 6A.
T I 37 11
Quillin out on an Infield fly.
Mlnneapolla 10004110 7
Louisville 0 8 0 0 I 1 0 0 06
Earned runs: Minneapolis, 1: Louisville, i.
Two-base hits: Wilmot, Dunkel, Pussed
ball: Bchrlver. Wild pitch: Newlln. First
baae on balls: Off Newlln, 4; off Dunkle, 7.
Struck out: Hy iMewnn, . Aeri on Danes:
Minneapolis, 6; Louisville, 7. Double playe:
Grant to weraen, n imioi to cciuuu, ime;
2:00. Umpire: Tlndall.
MINNEAPOLIS. I LOUISVILLE).
1111 OIKerwln, rf.p. 0 1110
0 110 0j Bonner, lb... 1 1 4 I
1 I I 8 jUenaell, lb., 1 II 1
111 1, Odall, If 01101
0 1 a ljoannon, cf... I 1 I
111 cirmar, aa... 9 1 9 I
110 Bi-haub. lb... 1941
14 11 Bchrlver, ... 1 4 I
,149 Coone. p 1 I
Tloufnoy, rt. 1 1 t I (
, T 17 17 14 I
I Total. 9 1014 It 1
Two out when winning run was made.
Earned runa: Minneapolis, 8: Louisville, 1,
Two-base hits: Wilmot, Lynch, Bonner,
Gannon, Flournoy. Home run: Katoil.
Passed ball: Bchrlver. First base on balls:
Off Kstoll, 7; off Coons, 8; off Kerwln, 1,
Hit by pitched ball: Byers, Lynch, Gannon,
Lally. Struck out: My Katoil, i; tiy uoona.
2. Left on bases: Mlnneaoolla. 13: Louis
ville, 12. Double play: Fhyle to Grant to
Werden. stolen taaes: wilmot, ijulllln,
Schaub. Sacrifice hit: Werden. Time: 2:00.
ataadlBST ot th Teams.
,81. Paul ....
.aiiaae i )iy
Games today: ioul.vllle at Kansas City.
Indianapolis at Milwaukee, Toledo at St.
Paul, Columbus at Minneapolis.
OMAHA COMES HOME AGAIN
Papa Bill aad Ills Boys Will Meet
t'aderteker t.alaa' Crew
C. H. Young against George Mclntyr.
R. h. Sunderland against A. Potter.
F. J. Hill against H. Martin.
8. 8. Caldwell against W. G. 8herwood.
It la tb general Impression that av-
sral cloie conteste will oocur before th
chamntonshln Is won, and It Is certain
that both' tonight and tomorrow will wit
ness soma first-class tepnls if only th
The committee Is feeling much encour- .
aged over tb prospects for tb Interstate
tournament on August 18. The national
association has not only sanctioned tha
cbang of date, but has notified the com
mittee that all arrangements ar left ea
tlrely to local management. This infor
mation was wired In response to a Ques
tion whether the official designation of
"championship ot Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas
and Missouri" would bar entries from
other states. It had been th Intention to
make the entries open to all corners and
the telegram from the secretary of th
national association leaves tha commit
tee free to aet as It wishes.
Inanlrl froaa Playars.
Aa inquiry about the .tournament from
W. O. Parker of Arkansas City waa also
received yesterday, as will a a letter
from Earl Farnsworth, who Is expecting
to bring several men down from Mlnne
tonka. Great efforts are being made to In
due George K. Belden of Mlnneapolla to
take part It la pointed out that after his
defeat of Farnsworth on tb Mlnnetoaka
courts a match between the two on the I
Omaha courts would be necessary to fully
determine the real merit of the two.
Bom ot th Nebreskans ar also ansloua
to ae young Rayraoad of Lincoln pitted
It lath Roust of Chs Toirnsnoit.
HANOVER. Julv 81. Th ehessmssters
engaged In the International tournament
here began the ninth round thla morning,
being paired as follows: Napier against
Janowskl. Atkins against pnisbury, Uuns-
berg against Tschlgorln, Wolf against
Gottschall, Marshall against Cohn, Olland
aglnst Levin, Mleaes against Mason, Poplel
against Bwlderekl and Suechtlng against
Bardeienen. Jl lire oi me eaniee were con
cluded when the noon adjournment was
day gathered about the court where the taken. Of these one went to the credit of
Wrenn brothers were playing. Among this PillBbury, who succeeded In disposing of
crowd were the nonertvs, w-no wetcnea Atkins, tne cnrnen ameieur coimpion, in
Intently every stroke of the famous Ainsrrl- good style. This is the second defeat th
can cracks latter has thus far experienced. Gunsberg,
The Wrenns will meet Wrlfht and Cloth- playing In his best form, canqulshed TaohT.
ler tomorrow arternoon in ine lemi-nwia, i gorin aim encwoe wui.u meeun,
Tnm Hell (Hudson).
Prince Dlreot. blk. h. (McHerfry).
Bylvlaone, g. m. (Walker)....
Dolly Carr, s. m. (Valentine)
Casonda, b, m. (Wilson)....
Joellsco, g. g. (McConnell)
Flash S.. b. g. (Johnston)..
Flossl F., b. m. (Klrby)....
Gamecock, b. h. (McGowan)
Time: 2:09V4l y.os. t . .
Pacing, 2:07 class, purse $1,200, two beats
In three: . ,
Fanny Dlilard, b. rn., by Hal Dlilard,
dam Ellen M. (Snow)................. 1 4 1
Major Muscovite, br. h. (McMahon).. 8 13
The Bishop, b. g. (Wilson)..... 8 8 3
Geora-e. b. g. (Moeher) , 4 8 4
Time: z:ixw. mhi a.wm.
INTEREST IN JTENNIS GROWS
With th Doherty Brothers Again la
th Gun th Contest Is
LONGWOOD. Mass.. July 81. With the
Dohertys again in the courts, the Wrenn
brothers over from New York, brilliant
weather and a good crowd, the tennis at
the Longwood Cricket club took on much
" . . . , . . .. .
Only two rnaicnes" were pieyvo m ine
morning, the Wrenn brothers with H. H.
Whitman and R. F. Merrill, while VT. 3.
Clothier of Philadelphia played one of the
matrhea In the aeml-flnals with I. C.
Wright, winning In straight sets. The re-
suit or tne inner muicn wee riwi:iru,
most of those who visited the grounds to-
Msnsser Rouike with the Omaha team
and Munaser Qulnn with the Des Molnea
players will reach Omaha this evening
afier their mountain eiperlonce. Saturday
ting up a same of ball that wilt make any
of tht-m hustle to beat. Manager Hourke
wants t get a atari aa wlunloa again, and
snd the winners will probably play the
Dohertys on Saturday for tha champion
ship. The last match of the tournament
thue far was that between Holcombe Ward
and I E. Ware in tne upper nair or tne
semi-finals for singles. At one time Ware
Nenler Is aivlns the leader. Janowskl.
splendid fight Honors are fairly even In
all tne games penaing.
AH the remaining alx games were decided
In the arternoon session. Janowskl out
played Napier in the evening and Increased
had his opponent two sets to one. and four file lead by one point. Gotschall disposed
games In the fourth set, and then Ware of Wolff, Levin outplayed Olland. Swlodur-
went to Dlecea and Ward won easily. Ward
will meet the young Phlladelphlan, W. J.
Clothier, In tha finale tomorrow morning
and the winner will play W. A. Lamed on
Saturday for the Longwood cup.
The Interest in tne afternoon was in tne
match of the Dohertys against Neely and
Leonard In the second round of the eastern
rimihlea ehamolimahlo which they won In
Straight sets. Better playing waa between
lj. u. ware and vv. a. larnra ana L
Perrv and W. P. Blasdon. Ware being
somewhat tired from his match with Ward,
had little strength in the first set, and tha
youngsters run the set up to fourteen
games before their seniors won it. The
Otner two eeia were aieo weit iouni.
Ware and Lamed will meet the Dohertys
IxnKWood singles, seml-nnais:
H. Ward beat U H. Ware, -2. 8-. 4-8,
W. J. Clothier beat I. C. Wright, -.
Eastern doubles cnampionenip, nrst
. K. D. snd c i. wrenn beat u. r. Mer
rill and H. H. Whitman, 6-0. 6-2. 4-4. 6-1.
L. Perry and W. P. Blagdon beat H.
Atkinson' and J. Codman, 6-3, 6-3, 4-3.
Wrenn brothers beat K. Horton and A.
Codman, (-4. 6-4, -l.
Clothier and Wright beat Beaver and
Pierce. 6-3. 6-8, S-2.
Ware and learned beat Perry and Blag
don, 8-4, 6-3, 6-4.
, Doherty brothers beat Neely and Leon
ard. 6-1. 6-0, 4-3.
Handicap singles, third round:
Putnam beat Hasklns, (-4. 6-5.
Wise beat Eames, 6-4, 4-6, 4-1 defaulted.
Bishop beat Merrill, 6-3, 8-0.
Putnam beat Allen, 6-4, 8-6. 8-0.
Peraei Win Cap.
LONDON, July 31. -Perseus won th
Goodwood cup (of 1 000 sovereigns, for 8-
ear-old. and upward, di.tanca two miles I
snd a half) at Goodwood today. Cheers.
with Maher up, was second aud Fowling
riece cam u tniru,-
ski won from Poplel and Suchetlng acd
MeKlbhei Is Relaetated.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. July 31. Mansger Mo-
Klbben of the St. Joaeoh base ball club. 1
who waa suspended by President Sexton of
the western league ior participation in a
little difference of opinion, which enlivened
the game at Colorado Springe a couple of
weeks ago, naa Been reinstated ana caa
now enloy all the privileges of the diamond
as a player and manager. President Sex- 1
ton intimates thst he would very much like
to be put In possession of the Ka nne levied
upon Pitcher McFadden, Impoaed for par
ticipation In the same demonstration. The
demonstration was made because of some
unpopular rulings by Umpire Cole. .
Many Speed Entries to York Races.
TORK. Neb July 81. (".Dedal ) There
are more applications for concessions and
more speed entries for the county fair
which occurs at Ydrk August 12, 13. 14 and
is than have ever been made. The Kansas
City & Omaha, the Fremont, Elkhorn A
Missouri Valley and the B. A M. railroads
are billing the towns along their lines an
nouncing excursion rates to tne ior
county fair. Hor.ee have been entered
from Bellwood, Seward, Friend, Berne,
York and Beatrice. Neb., and alao from
Bellevlll, Kan., Denver and many other
At Bloomington Bloomington, ; Cedar
Ba plds, 1.
At Decatur Decatur, ; Rock Island. .
At Terre Haute Terr Haute, 6; Rock-
'It' TCvanavllle First came: Fvansvllle. :
Davenport, 6. Second game: Kvansvllie, 6;
For tooth Dakota FleLS Trials.
SIOUX FALLS', t. D , July 81. (Special.)
A meeting of the rltlsens of Salem has
been held for the purpose ot making ni
rapgementa fur th annual trial ot th
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Only pure vegetable oils are used in
it, arid they arc treated with antiseptics.
They are so pure so preserved that
the older the soap the better.
( JL rraeea aaaw
Pay us ten times the price and we
can make nothing better nor can
anyone. So pure that you can read
through it, and one-sixth is glycerin
JAMES S. KIRK k COMPANY. CHICAGO
Wll IT A DnCCintl L-wodry So-P Wrapper exchanged
nilC tvUbSltlal for valuable procniaraa, at our store,
1615 FARNUM STREcTa "
AND BACK $45
July 29, August 2 to 10.
(Standard Sleepers and Tourist Cars Daily. Spe-,
clal Train will leave Omaha 7 p. in., Lincoln 8:30
p. m., Fairbury, 10:00 p. m.,
For itinerary, Sleeping Car Berths, etc., call
it or address w
City Ticket Office,
1323 Farnam Street, Omaha.
Hct tllghts In
The niffats art cool without damp
aeaa from dewa, Tha air it pura without
indue moistura. Thar) it no otoeaalT
boat in Bummer, th averaa- temperature
being- B0, Thar are n eoatlnuooa, aatu
rating; ralsfalU, fcot rather kurial fahewora
which paaa away CfuloMy, Uaring clear akloa
bahiad them. The Summer nighta art ln
variablj' oool. iaeittcg out-door aserolisi aad
isdaoiB8j rast aad rairaaUnf tlaap.
Bplendls train serrte with aecxmodstIana tor an
alasas of passeogora, aa4 vary Ww rate yia tb
Writ to or ask for pertlaulee
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Bkwted feeling after eating, Coated
tongue, Bad breath, DUslnese, Poor
appetite aad constipation, qukkly re
DVicEcly Ash Bitters
No' other remedy does so much to put the digestive orgass,
liver and bowel, la good conditio.. People who have ised it jiey
tbey can eat heartily without inconvenience, where, before they
tried It tk saoet healthful food Itemed to get them out of as.
bold at Drug Store. PRICE. $1.00.
South Dakota Field Trial association, to be
held on the grounds near Salem the latter
part of August.
Elhs Object to Flht.
MALT LAKE CITY, July 81.-Th pro
moter of th proposed Root-Gardner fight,
which waa scheduled to take place at the
Salt Palace track August 14, today ob
tained a Uoense to pull off the contest on
August 16. Thla, .in the opinion of Mayor
Thompson, takes ths matter out of the
Jurisdiction of tne t:ika, wno nave ounoi
liMna nil ell amliaamantl ia the Oltv for
Aneiiet II to 14. Inclusive. Uoon healing of
thla art Inn the Klka today forwarded to
Ulnvirnar Wells the letter frem Or and Ex
alted ttuler ricaetc, asking ir imerveaueu.
Ann Uadlesl Co . a eomblaetlea ef tae
bleat MeSloel Xxparl SpecUilMe la the werl, Wae
treat all Dlaeaea. aeoulUr W Maa ana ",BV
kste by Ualr hosen aso auccaaaiui
a vast lortBae, ea sow oar la tree! aaul eare
II perena allls from Ckreals Dlaaaaaa. frea.
Write tham teday .11 .bout year ee w get tfee
reeer treataMBi irae oi
AMBRltAM MBDirAb CO.
awuiTB DOVK CUat satar fall, to Saitroy era.
tut I for Mruvs Brluk. Ik. .Mie,tof WBIok eaeeuj
i"al after uims ikis reoieiy. Ola ju any Hjulr
wuh or eltliouikBuwl.es. of petlaalj taaleieati l
BUaruus MvCeoa.ll Vrv Co., Oauka, he.
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