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BROOKLYN BEATS ST. LOUIS
Pil Up lead in Tim Two Inning that 1
' ' Not OTirocme.
ONLY IM ONE INNING BROWNS SCORE
Join Teams Bat FreUr, bat nil ef
Brooklyn Com at Opsxtrtaa
Tln. Wall it. fowls'
BROOKLIN, Aug. 8. Brooklyn won from
St. Louis today by a cor of I to S. Ia
the second, third and fourth Innings th
home tram batted freely and scored tlx
runs. Two bases on balls, a two-bagger
by Braabear and singles by Barclay and
Donovan brought in three runs for St.
Louis In the sixth. The fielding of tbe
visitor wse somewhat ragged. Attendance,
BROOKLTM. I tr. LOUIS.
R H O I b.u.n i I.
Shwkard, tf. J 1 j e 'nreelieer, lk. 1 I I
Keeier, rf... 1 14 1 ef.... e I 1
iHtlan. -e.r. 4 SBurelejr. If... 1 4
Iom.n. u...t 114 iL"onen. rt.. lie
WtOreary, Ik. 1 I 1 Parrel). Ik I I 1
Jrwln. lb.... t 111 tiKrucrr. a... 1 i
Flood, .,.. I lit elHerlman. lb. 1 I 1 I
rerr.ll, ..., I i OIQ Nell, ..,. 1 1 t
Newtoa. i elvtrke. ....! Ill
Vjiiala at vft a a a. - t at a m
amo-iai a l 1 J aOlaBl) . , 4V "J
Brooklyn , 08210 000
Bt. Louis .6 0000800 08
Earned runa: Brooklyn, 1. First bat on
errors; iirooalyn, 4. Left on base: fit.
Louis, 4; Brooklyn, t. Two-base hits: Bra
shear, Keeier, Newton. Stolen bases:
Barclay, Dolan, Dahlon. Sacrifice hit:
Keeier. first base on bulls: Oft Newton, t;
oft Yerkes.. J. , Struck out: By Newton, 2;
by Yerkes, 1. . Time: 1:4., Umpire: Brown.
Chicago Shata Oat Hew York.
NEW YORK, Aug. I.-The New Yorkers
fell victims to Chicago st the Polo aroun.1t
today, the vlaltora shutting them out. A
two-base hit and a single In the fifth and
an error of Lauder's at third in allowing
a thrown ball to get by him. gave the
Chlcagos six runs. Attendance, 2.000. Score:
CHICAGO. . MW YORK.
K.H.O A ,J f H.H.O.A..
J ann, rf l C Brown. If... I
fille. If.... 1 I e d'Mlrtw, ee. . till
( hanoa, lb.. 1 I It t tlreen'h'B, . 4 1
'"! ci.... t j j a o; Mr uinn, in.. i 14 t 1
Tinker, at... 1 1 I
Hrnale. ef.... 1 I 1
lx)w. tb 1 1 t e
rVhavfor, ib. 1 I I I 0
Meaefee, p... t I 1 0
1 Well, rf 1 t
trailer, Ik... 1 I 1
Hmltk, lb.... 1 4
Miller, t 1
ToUlt ... ( I rf It ll Total ... I 17 II I
Chlcaro ... aoaogaAOo I
New York 0000000000
V.ammA runt' fy.ir.mm. A. V. ..
errore: Nw York, 1; Chicago, L Left on
bases'. New York, 8; Chicago, (. First base
on Bans: un Miner, l; un Menefee, X.
Struck out: By Miller, 2; by Menefee, S.
iwo-owt nils: Lowe, wail, 'linker, barrl'
flee hits: Veneres (2), Kling. Double play
Kilns to Tinker. Passed ball: Bresnahan.
Umpires Emslie. Time 1:40.
Boston Wins la Blzta,
BOSTON, Aug. I. Four hits, a base on
balls and an error gave Boston six runs
In the elxth Inning today, winning the
came, reason was batted out of the box
and PtlUi.ger, who pitched yesterday, was
sent in. itotn teams batted hard. Attend
ance, 1,300. Bcore: ,
H0ST0M. . CINCINNATI. '
Deiter. St. . 1114 llKelley, If ... 1 1
Tenner, lb... 14 1 k!uckle. lb.. 114
Cooler, If.... Ill I'rawlord, rf. I I I 1
Carney, rf... 1110 S-ijnwur, ct.. I 1
Orem rr, lb. 1 -Ieti. tb I 1
Demonl, lb.. I I 1 t'oreoran, mm. 1111
Lueb,et 111 stetnf'dt. Ib. Ill
Kltlredfe. , J 1 Pools, , 1111
Kbma n A A e m m t e n e
minnf, .: i ('M"ion'.r"i;'.; i t
ToUlt ...I II 17 W ll Totlt "..."Il 14 H"l
'Batted for Poole In the ninth.
Boston ,11 0 0 1 0 1 10
Cincinnati 0 11100010 I
Earned runa: Boston, 4: -Cincinnati, i.
Two-base hits: Btelnfeldt, Klttredge, Ten
ney (2), Crawford. Three-baae hit: Carney.
Home run: Beckley. Stolen bases: Cooley,
Dexter. Double piays: Bergen to Beckley,
Lunh to Klttredge. First base on balis: Off
Pittlnger, 1: oft Poole, t. Struck out: By
Pittlnger, ; by Poole, 4..- Wll pitch:
Ksson. Time) 1:44. Umpire: Irwin.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 8. tberg kept
Fttcburg'e barters' guessing until the eighth
inning, when the visitors hli safely seven
times for elaht bases, scoring five runs ( lid
winning the game. Attendance, t,&ii.
PITTBBt'RO. , . PHILADELPHIA.
R.H.O I t
Clarke. If.... I
Tfcomei. rf... 1 4 1 i
Wolr't'n, Ib. 4 (1
IMaumont, of 1 1
letcli, lb..., 1 1
'ettner, rf. .. 0 1
prnnld. Ik 1
Conro, at... 1 1
O'Connor, t.. 1
Smith, a 1
rtiiiuppi, p t
Teonohlll, p. 1
ixmcltaa, a. I t
HuHwItt, ta. 1
ToUlt ... 1 17 11 li Totalt ... 4 11 It 11 I
Batted for It-erg In the ninth inning.
Pittsburg 1 000ObO-4
Philadelphia 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 t
Earned runs: Pittsburg, I; Philadelphia,
t. Two-base hit: Conroy. Sacrifice hit:
Krug. : Stolen bases: Clarke, Leach,
Bitchle, Volvoiton. Left on bases: Pitts
burg, t; PhMadeirhla, . First base on
balls; Oft Philllppi, I; off Iberg. 1. titruck
out: By I'hlllipp! 4; by Tannehlll. 1; by
lberg, 6. Time: 3:U0. Umpire: O Day.
Btaadinaj of the Teases.
, , Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg M 60 21 .7S
Chicago ' " W 40 ,65fl
Brooklyn 04 H it Mi
Boston W 4 40 ' .6.16
St. Louts 82 43 0 ,467
Cincinnati Ha 40 48 ' '.4M
Philadrlphla 9t 37 M .4i2
Naw York t Is l .816
Games today: St. Louis at Brooklyn,
Pittsburg at Philadelphia, Chicago at New
York, Cincinnati at Boaton.
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
Cj Yon no; Geta Rmag for His Do.
. feat by SbattlaaT Oat St.
ST. LOTTia, Aug. t.Cy Young secured
tv4i. fr Ms defeat of yesterday ty
shutting out bt. Louis todav, the home
team getting but four scattered Mts. Bos
ton ve l.im grand support In the field and
bt. Louis never had a chance. Harper had
foor ct.ntrol and was taken off the slab In
he sixth Inning. Kane, the ex-Callfornla
league twirler, who eurceeiixd him, allowed
but one hit during tne remainder of the
game. Auendinee, t,iw. Score i
' SKWrt-N, i BT. LOVIS.
Troserty. It 1 1 4 OlSurkett If... I I e I
alhue. Xtl. 1 I (Heldrl.k. ! I 1 I I I
Siabl. el 1 I Hemphill, rt. t 1 IS
Frew!, H. I Anaereaa, lk. 1
Parent, a... 1 t t t Wtllere, aa.. 1 I 1
l-a hoa. Ik.. 1 111 (MMorx, Is. t I 1 1
l.rrie. lb.... 1 114 fe4dea. tb... till
( riper, e , 1 . .ho, a t tilt
Yeauf, ..... 111 lierper, p.... 1 t 4 t
" "e. p...... a a a
Total! ... I I 17 14 0 'tnel t t t
' ' Totalt ...i'tnt"i
Jestn 3 0 0 1 4 9 0 0
bt. LouU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
iwo-base hit: Burkett. Eacrlflce hit:
StaM. Double play: paddrn to Wallace to
Andrrmn. hall: Kahoe. Kt)len
xiara: kitahl. Doberty. Wild pitch: Har
per. First base on balls: Off Harper,
. oft Young, 1. Struck out: liv lUruer. 1
bv Kane, I; by Young. 2. Innings i-Itched:
hy lirpei ; by Kaue, 1 Hit: Off Win
Ir. , t-fj Kaue, . I-f t n Lao.s: bl.
Louis, S; Bosiun, 7. Time: 1.4S, Umylres:
juiinstuas and Csrruthers. '
Chicago Lose to Waablagtoa.
CHICAGO Aug I The locals secured
but tour hits elT fatten to. lev. Tu of
tin-m. with a tse. a rteal and an error,
acorrd their cr.iy runa In the first Innlpg.
Callahan was batted freely thruuahnut the
game, especially In the ninth, when three
The High at Prlcod but
thm Rt QuAlltr.
U. Map ek laiasavap
..l.IvT.i'. ..i-.... , - fj j"m' 'li iV'
double and a single wre reglatered
sgiilnat him. Attendance, 1.9.5. Score:
wanitltlTOl. , CHICAGO
m .n.u.A a. h k.o a k.
". e Ill . ef I
I"Tle, lb.... 1 4 I re, rf.... t I
I-i-t. i7. Ib. I I 11 I ".Me. aa.... 1 I I 1 1
Keleter, rf... 1 4iMerea, If.... 111
louthlln, b. I 4 1 4 1 l-h-ll, lk.... 1 14 f
w t w w en..... v v I
t'r. at 4 Htrmnt, Ib... I I 1
....... ...... eel ( 'lrl t, t.. I 1
fatte, p.... 1 4 t.LeJUUea, p.. t I 1
Totalt ...I 11 7 IT 4) Trp(1t ... I 4 It 11 I
Washington 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 S
blrgo I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
..,J'X, on base; Chicago, 7; Washington,
U Two-bsse hlta: Davie (J), Coughlln,
Pyan, Delhnty (J). Sfirrlftr-e hits:
Btrsr.g, Isbell. L'sly, K'tner. Ktolen bees:
treen, Jviertes. Coughlln, Jones. Struck
out: By Csllahsn. 1; by Patten. 4. First
base on balls: Off Csllahsn. I; off Patten,
. Time: 2 00. Umpire: Sheridan.
Detroit Bhats Oat Baltlasoro.
DETROIT, Aug. s.-The loeale bunched
their hlta and the vlnltors their errors in
the fifth Inning, resulting In two runs.
Plevtr "vltehed a good game, keeping the
hits well scattered. A running catch hy
Barrett was the feature. Attendance, M9f.
. DITROIT. I BAXTIMORg.
R H.O.A.F. K II.O ll,
Herler. If.., 1 !Mrr.r1'4, et. 1
Eltwrfala, al I 1'Rrlt.ark. If .. 11
Caeer, Ik.... 11 k.Winieua, Ik. t 4
Barrett, . ef... lie lArt, rf...i 1 I
Halmaa, rf... tit M.llor. lb... 1 11
Ia. lb 1 tl Howell, Ik... lit
Oleeenn, Ik.. I 4 I tiOllkert, at... I I 1
bueiaw. t.... 1111 Bmlln, I V
later, p 1 1 4 Sblalda, ... 1 I I
Total ... I I 17 14 "ll Tataht '..7 14 "l
petrott v A AAOtOOO t
Baltimore 0 0 0 t 0 0. 0-0
Two-base hit: HowelT. Sacrifice hit:
Harler. Stolen base: Qleasnn. First base
pn balls: Off fiiever, t; off Shields, . First
bate on errors: Detroit, 1; Baltimore, I.
Left on bases: Detroit, 0; Baltimore, 7.
Struck out: By Wever, I; by Hliields, x.
Double plays: Elderfeld to Gleason to
Beck; Shields .o Smltl to Mellor, Time:
Leo. Umpire: Connolly
CleTcIaad Beats Phlladelpala.
CLEVELAND. Aug. s.-Cleveiand de
feated Philadelphia In a close game,' the
features of which were Hickman's batting
and Fults'a base running. In the sixth
Inning he stole home whlle'ftfoore was de
livering the ball. Soorei
CLKVELAND. . . il K PHiLASBLPtHA.
(trail lav, lb.. 1 1 1
S'Pulta, ef .... I
uaiote, Ib.... 4
Kl Ice man, lb 1 I 14
Mirk, r1.... I I
McCarthy, If. 1 4
Oochn'ar, aa. I I 1
Moore, p..... At
eiSerboi. rf. ,.
,U I'reea, ta.
M. Cmaa. s. s
Totals . .. 1 11 17 U l Tstirtt 4 t 14 It 4
Cleveland .............0 0 1 0 1 1 0' t
Philadelphia .......1 0 fi ,0 ft -0 1 04
Two-base hits: Bradley, Hickman, Davis,
Three-base hit: Wood, Sacrifice hits: Wood,
Bradley. Ptolen fce: " Oochnauf, Mc
Carthy, Fulls (Of Hartgel (2). Double
play: Bradley to Lajole toJUIckman. First
base on balls! Off Mopre, ,2; ,oT Mitchell. .
Left on bases: Cleveland, 4.lJlladelphla, I.
Struck out: By Moore., 1; by MitchslL 1.
Time: 1:46., Umpire: Q'Liughlin. ,..
Staadlaa; at the Tea.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C
Chicago KS 1 60 is .bai
St. Louls. i K8 40 . S .&t7
Boston 13 . SO 43 , .641
Philadelphia M 44 " . 40 ' .SSi
Washington , U 4S .473
Clevelaud ,T .'- 43 49 .467
Detroit $5 . S , 47 . .447
Baltimore W ' -i , ' U .123
Games today: Washington at Et Louie,
Baltimore a: Cleveland. Philadelphia at
Detroit, Boeton at Chicago.
IN AMERICAN: ASSOCIATION
Loalsville Has No Traabta LoeattagT
Altroek's Carves, While Cooas
. Proves. Paasle. :,-. '.,
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Aug. I The locals
had no trouble In locating Altroek's curves,
while the other fellow was a puasle. Sev
eral remarkable catrhes were made,
Flourney, Biles and McBrtde excelling. At
tendance, t.223. Score;
. LOUI8VILLI5. , "atlLWACKEB..
K.H.O.A.B. - R.H.O. A.
Dnnsaa. Ik. ,
Berber, U ..
Ionohu. lh. 1
ir"ae, e..., i
Alusck, p... t.
Totals ... 11 n 11 tl " ToUla ... I I 14 11
Louisville 0 10 1X300
Milwaukee .....0 0 3 0 0 0 0 03
Left on bases: Louisville, (: Milwaukee,
7. Two-base. hit: Kerwln. Three-baae
hits: Bonner, OUwell. Sacrlfloe hlte: Od
well, Bonner, Altrock. Double play:
Flourney to Bonner, Stolen bases: Me
Brlde, Uaniel, Clymer. Struck out:. By
Coons, 1- by Altrock, 1. First baas on
balls: Off Coons, 3; off Altrock, i. Wild
pitch: Altrock. Passed ball: Bpeer. Time:
3.W. umpire: Dickms. . . . .
t. Paul Beats Calambta, '
COLUMBUS, Aug. . flt, Paul bunched
hits early In the game, scoring seven rune,
six of which were earned, in the third and
fifth Innings. Columbus Indulged In a
great batting rally In the ninth, but fell
short one run of tielng the score. Short
stop Charley Wagner was spiked In the
seventh and badly hurt Attendance, L22a.
Score: ... .
R.H.O. A. .
Oeler, lb.... I
Shannon, el. 1
t'lllanl. If... 1
Lumler. rf... t
rtuaslas. Ik. I
1 S 1 I 1
Puller, rf-lk. 1
O-H a. lb-we, I
Mrere, tb..., 1
Knoll, If 1
Keller, tb... I 11
C Wee1', ss
t. Wafr. rt 1
Plena, e 1 I
Marcaa, aa... t
Parfaaoa, p.. 1
Totafc ... T U 17 14 ' -J ToUl i U 4 114 1
St. Paul 0 ui l. S A.u a a.e
Columbus g 0 3 0 0 it 0 4
Stolen bases: O'Hagen, Pferco, Fuller,
McFeulan. Two-baee hitsi Vuiiesiluggins,
Pierce. Three-base hit: Geier. Double play:
Myers to O'Hagen. Struok out: By Bui lev,
3. First baao on bails: Off Bailey, t off
Ferguson, . Tims; 1:42. Umpire: Flgge
niler. . ,
. Mlaacapolle Beats-Toledo.
TOLEDO, Aug. l.-4iuterior team work
won today's game for lllnneapolta. Sporer
was very wild and Hughes w&a bit freely.
Attendance, 6u0. Bcore: .
W. rf.... '
Lrnek. ef.... 1
Quillea, as... t
Lellr. It t
Wtiaiot, rt... I
V. .r.a, lb., s
Orant. ib ... t
olHu.oe. lb.... 1 ' t I
Turner, lb... 1 14
eiKi.inov. as., 4 lift
Hike. cf..... 1 1 I
4 11.1 oha.Mh,, b.,.. till
1I4M m- - i a a I i a
Cooler, lb... 1 1 I oj ... . us 1 1 t
sparer, p.... Ill e n.; . p. lis
. ' . -rCo,.ell ,.l I ( I I
Total ... 11 17 14 t , . . Z l
" ; Totalt "..1 mil I
Batted for Mock In tbe ninth.
Minneapolis 6 1 I I I M I 1-1
Toledo X 00 0. 00000 1
Two-ba hit: Hughey. Lynch," WHtnot,
Fyer. OranL Sacrifice hit: Burns, Grant
Stolen bases: Kieinow, Lally. Double plays:
Grant to Werden, Bums to Turner. Struck
eui: By Hughey, 6; by Sporer. V . Passed
balls: Grath us, by era. First bass on balls:
Oft Hughey, 4; oft Uporar, L Wild pilch:
Scorer, lime: 1:40. Umpire: Tindall.
eieagta Matcb att IsdUaspoll. :
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. g-Wltk the ateore
tied In the seventh by Kensaa City, the
visitor rolled up five tallica In the eighth.
Imllanapolle went them three better In tbe
lust hu.Z, chalking up eiyht runa and a
victory. Attendant, ,VsX. Score:
1NPIANAPOUS. I KANSAS CrTT.
H H .O.A.gJ R H.O.A.g.
KnaneTar, nil emornneta, n. 1 1 1 4
Fi.i. in...... ilea eTnia, a...,
W.ruff a I I I I S Crear. lb.... 1
eniM, rf..., t
teee, ta.... 1
t Cieer. If I
tl M.-Aa'd'a, ' 9b I
Cihi Iter. ef. .
ruiei. tb 1
Totalt ... I li M U I
T.ll ...11 11 17 I I
Keilum eubatltuted for Williams.
Indtsnapnlls 3 0 0 0 0 0 t "C3
tmui City 0 000301101
Flrat baa on balla: Off William. I; off
Klileo. 1; off McDonabi. 4. btruck out;
Pv William. 1; by fiillcn. 1: hy McDon
ald, 3. Tea-hut bite: Bavllle. Utwt,
C 1 1. eon. Two-baae hlta: lie villa, Leewe,
Ihiee-baae Mia: Hogrlever, Gear. Sacri
fice hi la: Woodruff, Kuhna. Grady, Uo
DunaJd. Stoien baaea: C'oul'ar, Nance,
paeerd bails: Hsydon, J: Bevllle, 1. Left
on baaee: Itidlanapolls, li Kansas City, 14.
Umpire: Grim. Time: 1.34.
taadlaat of the Teaaaa.
Plaved. Won. I oat. P.C.
i5 m aa .&4
97 til 36 .4U
W bo 40 .))
4 4o 47 .i
W 44 11 .41
M 43 M .4"'
04 M M .33
IT 30 7
Games tudsyt Milwaukee at LoulsvlU.
TITE OMAHA PA1TV nT.Kt BATDKIIAY.
Ft. rvl at Columbus, Mlnnespnlts at To
ledo. Kansas t Hy at Jndianapolla.
KANSAS CITY BEATS PEORIA
Distiller Lose Aaather aa Rosa
Ortatlt Beesst of Fallara
to Bit tbe Ball.
PEORIA. 111., Ang. 1 Kaness City mad
It four straight from Peoria today. Presi
dent Bartienn and Umpire Mnran bad
trouble and Moran was barred from the
grounds. Pitchers Shafetall and Welmer
umpired the game. Miller, a new pitcher,
wss tried. Its promlaee to make good.
Cox was suspended, today. Attendance, ?C
Kansas City.. 01331000 S 10 13 3
Peoria 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0- 3 t I
Batteries: Peorls, Miller and Wilson and
Kanford; Kansas City, Klaley and Messlth.
taa41av of tb Teaat.
Omaha ., 3
Kansas City t
St. Joseph II
Deo Moines M
Peoria S3 .
Game todayi Omaha
at St. Joseph. Colorado
Won. Lost. P.C.
37 14 .mi
at Peoria, Denver
Spring at Kan
Milwaukee. sas City, Dae Molne at
Two Oaate at Fl14 Clab. .
At the Omaha Field club Saturday after
noon two base ball games will be played.
At I o'clock the second club team will meet
the Columblaa, the line-up being:
O. F. C. 3d. , Columblaa.
Reed First Sden
Bprague..,. , Seoond Murphy
Lund Third .....McLain
Kennard Short ..Neplnalay
Werner Right Rire
Durkee Middle Bartlett
Neville Left Hemles
Seaman Catcher Graves
Martin Pitcher .....Mullln
At 3:46 the first club team and the
Creacents will hav a whirl, the men play
ing aa follows:
O. F. C. 1st, Position. - Crescents.
McHhane ..first heee Hoffmen
Knox second baae. Hall
Crelghton ...third base..,., Lynch
Malone shortstop Mlnlcus
Tlppery rlarluneld Campbell
Martin. center field Luehrs
Keed (C.) leftfleld Kennedy
Van Camp catcher ........... ...Henry
Moor...., pi tcl.r EaiTeltiar
Uordy pitcher .....Bullivan
At V. M. C. A. Grew a 4 s.
Out at the Young Men's Christian as
sociation grounds Saturday afternoon the
Union Stock Yards Juniors will try con
clusions with the Young Men' Christian as
sociation. This ta the third game this
season between these two teame and aa
the yards kids took the first two it
promises to be a warm oontest. . The
Young Men's Christian association ha
strengthened its lesm and It I aald too
ktrls will have to hustle. 1
The game will be played as a. benefit to
the yards boys, who leave Monday for a
three weeks' trip out in the etate. - The
receipts will go to defray their expenses.
The team baa been putting up a good
article ot bail and la deserving of a good
crowd. . Game called at 8:80 p. m.
Junior. Position. , Y. M. C. A.
MUles catcher Erickson
gulnn pitcher Whitehead
Hstchen ....first base ,.G. Wlllard
Talbot... ...second base.... Edeon
MiUett third base Foley
Bohner shortstop Williams
Caughey.. leftfleld Kavan
Adams centerfleld Nordstrom
Clarke rlgbtneld C. Wlllard
Substitutes McMahon and Ferguson.
Bricklayers AfraJast Diets.
The Brtcklayors Union team and C. N.
Diets play on the' latter' diamond at
Courtland Beach Saturday at 8 p. m. A
large delegation of union oympathlgers will
r"" line-tin-will ha aa fol
lows; .;"'. " . . . .
C. N. Dirtx. Brioklavers.
Hathaway Catcher Hoge
Daviaon pitcher D. Hoye
Harrison First Knodell
Welch Second .......... -Wlthnell
Thomas Third Daub
Lafferty Short Nlchnlna
Anderson , Left .Lynch
a. riatner tenter ....Jackson
I Platner Right C. lioye
The C. N. Diets club play at Weat Point,
Neb., August 10, Sunday, at plcnio grounds,
: -, Fltyv Loses .Tw.' J.'.
.'WAUSA, Nb.,' Aug-.'' 8 (Special Tele
gram.) Wausa, ehut out Dakota City, in a
flve-lnnlng game on the home grounds to
day by a score of ( to a Game waa called
on account of darkness. Batteries: Wausa,
nerarr anu ioert; ua&ota City, otberg
and Rogers. Struck out: By Haroer. ; by
Fosberg 4. Umpire: Cheat wood.
BLOOM FIELD, Neb., Aug. 8. (Special.)
Dakota City went down to defeat yester
day at the hands of Bloomfleld. The two
sorea were mad on errors In the first
Blomfleld .... 01.104101 eij"
Dakota City... 10000000 08 I 7
Struck out: By Powers, 4; by Grant 8.
Jree-base hit:- Orant. Two-base hit:
Read, Garvin. Batteries: Bloomfleld, Grant
and Hough; Dakota City. Powers and
Rodger. Umpire I Hoe battler.
' Tallertoa Defeat Colamba.
rtTI.I If TtTn V i a ,a i,.
The Fuilerton bail team defeated Colum-
dub uin yeateraay in a very pretty gam
r ecori ot i to i naileries: Fuilerton.
Stlmpson and Skeen; Columbus, Lohr and
Lohr. 1 Hits: Fuilerton, 8; Columbua, L
Umpire: Relmers. Attendance, 8j0.
aartp Loin Kearaey,
VT!ATVttT Wan a rat
granv) Today's game of bail between
Kearney and Superior resulted in Kesmey
once, more being victorious: Score: Kear
ney. ; Superior, k. Batteriea: Keafnev.
Teel and Burraan; Superior, Oase and
Beck. Umpire: Vern Bfack.
Xa Soatbfra Aasoclatloa. '
At Memphis Memphis, 11; Bhreveport. (.
At Birmingham Birmingham, I; Chatta
At New Orleans-Uttle Rock. 8; New Or
At Jaahvllle Nashville, 6; Atlanta. 3.
. At Btoomlngton Bloomlngton, 1: Rock
At Evanavllle EvansviUs, ?; Sock Isl
..TrJ Haute Terr Haute, 8; Cedar
OOHERTY BROTHERS WINNERS
Defeat Ward aael . Davie la Teaat
Doable a New Yark
r.NLE1y wTO?K -Au' The famoua
Doherty brothers, former tennis champions
in doublee of all England, defeated Hol
eombe Ward and Dwight E. Davis today
In the doublee match on the courts of the
Crescent Athletic club. Bay Ridge, before
7,l spectators. .
It was not generally expected that the
"'"""m woum win tnis match and the
prediction was fully re.lla-d In four sets
The Aral went to Ward and Davie at 0-3,
. two airwuuu, inirq ana xounn were
cored by the Iohertve at 10-8, -, (-4.
Captain W. H. Colilna. manager for the
British team, said In his estimation the
beat men hsd won throimhoiit the series
.'?h"he, w" orry they ha(l 'ailed to
lift the challenge cup thle year, the Brit,
lahers were by no means discouraged and
would surely make another- trial
Whelher or not It would be next
year It was lmposslbls for him to
say. The Unghah Lawn Tennia ae
soclstlon had sent over the three beet men
In their ranks, H. L. Doherty, champion of
all England in the aingle; R. F. Doherty
and Dr.-. Joshua plm. both former holders
ef that title and also at douhUa
The polnte and game in sets of the
Ward and l avis
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Wrd snd Ua vis... 14 4Ki Oil 417 0U all U-u3
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Doherty Bros 4
War. and Davis.. 0
Doherty Bros...! I
Ward A Davis.. 8
8 4 1
4 8 4
Teeaaaeeb Wtaa teceag.
MONTREAL, Aug. 8. Tecumaeh won the
Second lac in the Sewanhak cup sc rle a to
dHy by une minute, tanny-ieu bevoru.s.
The courae waa three lima round a I rl
anxls, the first leg being a beat, the e-c-ond
a reach, the third a free run. The
wind waa never more thaa three-quaa .'era
atrength. falling off somewhat toward the
end. while tbe sea waa calm. It waa Te
cumaeh a weather and she detested Trident
by outfooting her. hue was. however, out
pointed and lh reauli waa a race in doubt
up to the end of the third hrat The
elapaed t'me was: Tecuiuaeo, IM.&l Tit
GOOD PLAY IN DOUBLE TENNIS
Fills in City Totrnoj K arrow Doira
ONE SEMI-FINAL STANDS - ADJOURNED
Hill aael Cellett Agralast Battla aael
Ttwlt Showeal Set-All - Whea
Darkace gtoaaeal rlay "
Another delightful evening favored the
city tennia tournament yesterday and ths
conteat for the local, championship In
doubles was carried on stage nearer to
completion. Except for an unfinished match,
only the float round remain for this aft
ernoon, when Young and Caldwell will
meet either Hill and Collett or Battln and
F. J. Hill and A. Collett' after finishing
their postponed tie with J. Hughes and Dr.
Schneider, went np against J. W. Battln and
J. W. Towl and by a elngnlar coincidence
had again reached the score of "one set all"
when darkness cam on. The score by
games waa th same as on ths previous
evening, except that Hill and Collett took
th first Set Instead of th second, i
Hughea and Schneider wr not as suc
cessful last night as they bad been on
Thursday. Neither of them showed the
energy and determination which had gained
them th first act ot th match and cam
hear winning tbera a' second. They al
lowed their opponents to get a good lead
on them before they warmed up to the
game and almost before anyone knew what
waa going on the score' was 8 to 1 tn favor
of Hill and Collett: Collett wis showing
much agility on th back Un and Hill
mad aome winning atrokea at tb net,
while th other team merely returned th
ball a they cam to them without any
serious effort to score. '
Strong; Match ef Toaraey.
Battln and Towle, who had already
knocked out Mclntyr and Haskell and also
Sunderland and Dufrene, were expected to
make at least a strong fight against Hill
and Collett. and they are certainly doing
It It was only after two most strenuous
seta that th match wa postponed. Hill
and Collett captured the first at 7 to 6, by
hard work. Hilt waa very auccessful with
his service, and at th net he found plenty
of easy balls, which he volleyed with just
enough plsclng to make, them difficult to
reach. When playing a forward game Hill
stands very close to -the net, sometimes
rather too close, and arvthtng that comes
at him 'two cr three feet above th aet
band I an Invitation for a killing; volley,
whether by speed or direction, which he
seldom' failed to avail himself of. Battln,
from his has line, usually tried to lob eTer
Hill, and then , Collett . had a chance to
thine, . and It waa wonderful . bow much
ground ho could cover In chasing th balla
at the back of th court. Collett'a re
turns were usually simple aud easy to play,
but Hill found him a aseful partner In that
he saved many a point which would other
wise hav gone against them.
Battln did most of th work on bU aide
of th net. Aa a general, he made the most
S chance. Hi direction to his
partner to leave . a ball .that was going
out, or to run for a ball which was falling
Inside th line, were frequently th means
of saving a point, and jthe match waa on
la which every point was valuable. . Battln
was not so successful .aa usual -wlh his
sideline drives, or perhaps it should rather
be said b bad fewer opportunities for such
plays. If be bad been able , to get some
fast low balis down the . aid of tb court
It I doubtful whether Hill' network would
have; counted for' sci much. ..Towl sup
ported his partner with.. fame rather clever
volleying, but he foud,lt difficult to get the
balla away from HU1 .at.. the net and. did
not seem to. have the,, aame chances for
brilliant .play that he, has had, in former
matches. iC , , -,:-.r. : ,-; ,-.w. '
"? i Another Good Matcb. -
Young and Caldwell tad hy no means an
easy time of It with Browa and Rogers,
though th ecore ot 8-4. 8-1 doe not in
dicate anything very close.' Th losers bad
th games 4 to 1 in their favor In th first
set and were putting many balls down the
center of th court, where neither Young
nor Caldwell was "able to reach them.
They both hit th ball with considerable
skill and .there were many pretty passea
to and fro. Although outclaased, they
mad a good stand. . . - v
F. J. Hill and A. Collett beat J. Hughe
and Dr. Schneider. 6-7, 0-3.
C. H. Ydung and 8. S. Caldwell beat J. fl.
Brown and Herbert Rogers, 0-4, -t.
F. J. Hill and A. Coiiett against J. W.
Battln and J. W. Towle, f-6. 8-8. (Un
finished.) Isaae Raymond, the Lincoln boy who will
be Earl Farnaworth'a partner In th inter
state tournament on the 18th, was on tb
Field club courts yesterday,' and took part
In a practice gam. 'His fast style of play
attracted considerable attention. Raymond
says that Loveland and Shepherd, another
Lincoln pair who hav entered their name
for the Interstate, are in constant prac
tic and will glvs a good account of them
' Among th spectator of tb matches ot
this week and last there has been consid
erable comment over . the csrelestnsss ot
the playera in the matter ot foot fault.
It seem as it many of them did not know
the rule which declares that both fset
shall be behind the line when serving.
Everyone knows how easy It Is to encroach
a few Inches beyond the limit, but It la an
unfair advantage which ought to be guarded
against carefully. It is a matter la which
member of the Omaha club can set a good
example to th visiters, who will be her
the week after next If they will watch
themselves. " '
BEATS WHITNEY'S FILLEY
Rtiatt Wlti from Oaalrt at lata
toga by Length tad
SARATOGA. N. Y., Aug. 8. William C.
Whitney fast Alley, Gunfire, wa again
beaten this afternoon by packy Ryan's
k-year-oid mar. Boxsne, winning by a
length and a half, while . Huntress waa
third, three lengths behind Gunfire. The
card waa made up of over-night eventa;
originally there was very large fields, but
there were many Withdrawal. Scoffer,
Quoted at 40 to L won th dash for maiden
t-year-olda by a head from Andrew Miller's
Nevermore. The latter was disqualified,
O'Connor, who rode him, having three
pounoa ahort weight, aud Catecina was
placed second and Uweet Alice third. Only
two favorlies, Ordnung and Morningaide,
'won. Yardarm proved hiinaeif a more
than ordinary colt by winning the bandl
cap for 2-yee.r-olda by a wide margin. Ihe
western cult. Captain Arnold, acrmed un
able to make any headway In th deep
folng and waa beaten off. Redfern rode
wo winners. Clarence H. Mackay'a string
will be sold on Tuesday next. One of the
horse will be dlnpoeed of at private sale.
At a meeting of the atewarda ot the Sara
toga aaaociatlon. held after the race,
Jockey Winnie U Connor was fined 1200 and
suspended for four racing day for being
short of weight when tiding Nevermore.
Ptllsbary Caaaol Via,
HANOVER. Aug. I At far as chief
honors are concerned, eo much seems to
have been decided that It I evident the
American player, Pillabury, will scarcely be
able to finish first in th International
chea mastsra' tournament, now being con
ducted in this city under the iunplc.es of
tbe German Cheat sssoclatlon. When the
first adjournment took place today, in the
regular flteenih round of the conteat,
janowekl. who waa pitted against Pills
bury, bad by far tn auperior position and
ebouid win tila game ou the resumption of
play thla afternoon. In today'a nlaying
th men were placed In the anreneed orC'!
Puplal against Ollaud, bwideraa.1 against
AUtlUS'l' n, 11102.
Marshall, Mason sgslnst Wolf, lvln
asalnat OUnaborg, lohn Sgalnet Atklna,
Gottachall ssalnst Ntplr-r, Tachlgnrln
agalnat Bardleton, Plllebury against Jan
owxki and Bucc htlng glnal Mleaea.
While Flllabury wss conducting sn uphill
fight sgalnst the Parisian. Wolf had suc
ceeded In mastering Msn, while Cnhu
had gone down before Atklna. The gam
between Levin end Gunaberg waa drawn
snd the reet of th games were adjourned
In even positions.
RACE OF AMATEUR OARSMEN
First Day's Contest Take Plae fader
Favorable Conditio and
WORCE8TER, Mass., Aug. 8-fnder th
most perfect conditions the first day's rac
ing In the thirtieth snnual regatta of the
National Association of Amateur Oaramcn
wa held at Lake Vldlnalgamond this after
noon. Never before has such a crowd wit
nessed the championship. Each of the
race decided waa at a mile and a half,
wlt,h a turn, except the eight shell, which
was rowed straightaway, one mile and a
half, less sixty yards. Six final were dis
posed of In the entire Hat of twelve events.
Heats In the Intermediate singles proved
four triers for final heat tomorrow, those
who qualified being Ernest George of
Boston, a Harvard boy: H. H. Crowley of
Wschusette, B. C; W. B. West of the
Philadelphia Boat club and E. F. Rlvenua
of the Philadelphia Barge club.
New York snd Philadelphia were tied so
fsr in the matter ot firsts, with two each.
New York scored In the Intermediate pslre
with the Harlema, and senior double with
the first Bohemians, The Quakers un
covered winning crew In the senior pairs
with the Vespers and in the Intermediate
eights with the Pennsylvania Barge club.
The other first places were annexed by the
Ariel ot Baltimore In tbe intermediate
four event and th senior fours by the
Probably the prettiest rape of the day
ensued when the Intermediate eight Shell
race was under way. Six crews' started In
the single heat and furnished a most pic
turesque contest. So close were the half
dosen boats at the half-way mark that it
waa nearly Impossible to pick the leader.
The pace at this stage cuused half 'he
sextette to slow up and allowed the Fair
mount Barge club and WachuseMe club to
have the finish to themselves. The Penn
sylvania Barge club pulled In grsnd style
and crossed the line a length to the good.
For the second plaee there wss a battle
royal between the Fairmounts and Wachu
aettes, the latter being beaten on the line.
The time, according to experts, was re
markably fast .
The Winnipeg gsve their opponents a
taste of their calibre In the senior fours.
Opposed by the famous Vespers and the
Clifton Boat club crew ot Btaten Island,
trained by Fred Plalsted. they lost little
time In making for the lead, which they
assumed directly after they had rowed 300
yard. At the turn they were nearly two
lengths in front and when straightened
out for home three lengths of open water
separated their boat from the Vespers,
who wer second. The crews finished In
this order, with the CUftons twenty lengths
New York scullers hsd a race to them
selves In the Intermediate pair shells. The
Harlems, Nonpareils and Lone Stars turned
out, and finished In that order, althcag'.i
judges Nit the turn say the "Nons" were
beaten because of a poor turn around the
stake. The Lone Stars were besten off In
the second heat of the Intermediate singles.
rtivenus or Philadelphia lowed a grand
race. He waa bung at his stake and fully
twenty-five lengths behind the leader when
he finally got away for' the horn dash.
Clark of Boston was twenty lengths ahead
of him at the time, but so gamely did
Rlvenua struggle that he just nosed Clark
out at the line, being beaten two lengths
First heat, Intermediate singles: Ernest
George of Boston Athletlo club, Boston,
won; W. B. West of West Philadelphia
Boat club, Philadelphia, second. Both
qualified. Time: 11:06.
Intermediate four-oared shells: Artel
Rowing club of Baltimore won; Pennsyl
vania Barge club, Philadelphia, second;
At!ir.ia Belt !!b. VnrV thlrrt Timet
Senior pair oared shells: Vesper Boat
club, Philadelphia, won; Vesper Boat club,
Philadelphia, second. Time: 11:02.
Intermediate single sculls, second heat:
H. N. Crowley of Wachuaette Boat club
won, F. F. Rlvenua of Pennsylvania, aec
ond. Time: 10:46.
Intermediate pair oared shells: 'Hsrlem
Rowing club. New York, won; Nonpareils,'
New York, second; Lon Stsr Boat club.
New York, third. Time: 11:81.
Senior four-oared sculls: Winnipeg; Row
ing club, Winnipeg. Manitoba, won; Vesper
Boat. club,, Philadelphia .second. , Time:
8:6fH. . -.,.'
Senior doubles: Bohemian club. New
York, won; New York Athletic club, sec
ond. Time: 1:34.
First heat of Intermediate eight-oared
race: . Pennsylvania Barge club, Philadel
phia, won; Falrmount Rowing association,
Philadelphia, second; Wachusett Boat
club, Worcester, third. Tim: 7:87. , .
UEDEMANN WINS AT CHESS
Contest far Western" Cbanapioashla
Praetlealljr Over and Chicago
Maa I Victor.
EXCELSIOR, Minn., Aug. 8 The con
test for the chess championship of the west
is practically over and N. Uedemann of
Chicago will wear the title for the enaulng
year. Uedemann and his nearest competi
tor. Elliott, met today and the game waa
the finest seen at the tournament. Two
more rounds and a number of unfinished
frame will be played off tomorrow morn
ng. The playing today resulted as fol
lows: Round 13 Taylor beat Hald, Jacob beat
Wldmelr, Spencer beat Huxman, Hlllman
and Wilcox drew, Clark beat Smith, Stacy
beat Hine, Frledlander and Bigelow drew,
Uedemann beat Lee, Lynd forfeited to
Bruns, Elliott hsd a bye.
Round 14 Uedemann beat Taylor, Bige
low beat Widmeir, Wilcox beat Hald,
Jacob beat Clark, Hln beat Spencer,
Lynd forfeited to Elliott. Lee foreflted to
Frledlander, Stacy beat Hlllman, Huxman
and Bruns unfinished, Smith had a bye.
Round IF. Taylor beat Lee, Elliott beat
Widmeir, Uedemann beat Huxman, Wilcox
beat Bigelow, Clark beat Bruns, Smith beat
Spencer, Lynde forfeited to Frledlander,
Hlne-Hald and Stacy-Jacob game unfin
ished, Hlllman had a by.
Round 16 Taylor beat Jacobs, Wldmetr
beat Spencer Hlllman beat Huxman, Lynde
forfeited to Hald, Frledlander beat Bruns,
Lee forfeited to Bigelow, Uedemann beat
Elliott. Hine had a bye.
Round 17 Wilcox beat Spencer, Uedemann
beat Frledlander, Lee forfeited to Elliott,
Lynde forfeited to - Bigelow, Taylor beat
Brunt, Stacy had a bye.
In the unfinished games completed Bige
low snd Stscy drew, Bigelow defeated Ellt
ott, Widmeir and Smith drew and Wilcox
The etandln'g is a follows:
Name. ' Won. Lost.
Bigelow r. 0 7
Bruns IV4 13
Clarke 8 11 ,
Elliott , 13. 2H
Hlllman hi '. 84
Hine i 11 4
Huxman 84 lm4
Jacob 10 i
Lee 4 14
LMde 3 16
Smith 84 64
Ptacy 8 0
Taylor 8 8
Uedemann 154 4
Wilcox 114 84
Widmeir ,..44 14
Beat Day ot Seward Race. -
REWARD. Neb.. Aug. 8 (Special Tele
are m i Todav t il the beat day of the
races, and while the attendance did not
come up to yesterday, yet there were S.iiiO
In the free-for-all pace the second heat
was declared off by the Judges and In the
fourth heat Driver Roe wa taken from
behind Mine Pat and Fred Woodcock sub
stituted. In the running race Labelle and Emerald
tied for Aral, place and divided first and
stcond money, riesuit:
Free-for-ail pace, purs 8500:
Miss Pat 3 13 111
Young Jo , 1 8 1 3 1
Bay Ben I 8 or
Time: 3:1. :17i. 3:18, t:2ol, tli. f.SI.
Trotting, purse 1100:
Lallan V alias Ill
Dor Fgo 4 3 3
Idol Rex 8(3
Torreon i 8 4
Bond 4 f
Bodega Girl 3 ds
Time: 3:aVi. 2:21V. 8:30..
Running, one mil dajih, purse $100: I,a-
Belle ana emerald lied lor nrst place;
uaay ecru mira. ur. ixmg jourtn.
Twt reatber ier Sprlaggeld' Cap.
SPRINGFIELD. Neb. Aug. 8. (Roe.
clal Telrgram ) Springfield I'ltyed Avuca
at the Woodmen picnic at Dunbar yester
day lor 1 jiune 01 J, winning easy by a
score of 2T to 7. They then went to Ne
braska City and defeated (he Argo team
In a snappy game by a acore of 8 to 1. Ne
braska City plays here August 11 and U.
FAVORITES . W1N AT BUFFALO
Tb Monk Proves Ta gtroagr fr
Chain Rbt la laSalshed Trot
at Port Krl Track.
RUrFAt-O. N. T Aug. .-The two un
finished race of th grand circuit meeting
at Fort Erie were run off today before a
free admission Crowd, composed mostly of
bettors hoi wager were hanging In the
The fact that Chain Shot bad beaten
The Monk In the first heat on Thursday In
the 3.07 trot did not scare the foliowera of
Geersr and The Monk ruled about 2S to 17
against the field. Geers hsd little difficulty
In getting two hests and the race.
Re-Elected, In the 3:14 trot, was also
favorite at about 26 tn 16 against the field.
He had won two heats, but had a hard time
beating out Malborn by a neck.
The track waa slow and the weather
Windy. Geers narrowly escsped Injury in
scoring for the third time with Prince of
Orsnge. The horse reared snd lifted the
sulky. When It came down Geers stepned
out just In time to control the horse, which
was sctlng badly. Summary:
Trotting. 2:07 claas, unfinished after Chain
Shot had won one heat yesterday best two
hats out of three, burse 11.200:
The Monk, br. h., by Chimes (Oeersk I
Chain Shot, b. h., by Red heart (Mo
Dolly Dillon, b. m., by Sidney .Dillon
Time: 3:10, 3:12.
Trottlngv 2:14 class, unfinished after two
heats won yesterday by Re-F.lected, beet
three heats in five, purse 81.20ft:
Re-Eleoted. gr. h.. by Re-Election.
dam Strathmore (Maceyt 1
Malborn. b. m.. bv Barnes (Prtlso).. 2
Prince of Orsnge, b. h., by Prince of
inula meer , g
Alice Carr. blk. m. (Garrison) 8
Klondike, g. g. (GsrrTty) 4
Alice Russell,, b. m. (Hudson) 8
A. J. D.t b. g. (Walker.. .
..7 4 dr
Time: 2:1a. 1:12. 3:llVt-
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Well Dreed Vvltb Considerable
eTeVetlry aad ' Foand la a
Dltcb Star Chicago.
CHICAGO, Aug." 8.-Th body ot an uni
dentified woman wag found early today In
a ditch near the Chicago ft Northwestern
railway tracks, near Mayfalr station.
There wa considerable Jewelry on th body,
which waa well dressed. No marks wero
The police are Inclined to the belief that
death may hav resulted from an accident,
but th discovery of this body, following
so closely upon that of th nude body ot a
woman last night tn a field near Stat and
Seventy-fourth streets, baa led to an In
vestigation on the-theory at murder. -
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ROOM OKI;. This room faces the court and la lxl4 feat. It has a burglar-proot
vault, and as it is near lb telegraph omce and on the aame fiowr with a '
number of grain firms. It would be a paiUcuiar good room fur a grala
fliiu dcairlng firat-class accommodation .........Price t&C
. Sixth Floor.
CITE etO: This consists of two rooms, bo 1 h 18Vxlltt. Fach of them has si
large burgiar-pruot vault, have been newly decorated snd are rooms
where any business or proicsalonal man may be comfortable. Price tar
the two ., .....w......-,..l3i-s)
R. C. PETERS & CO.,
Little Liver Pills.
Muat Benr Slgnaturo f
m PaOeSlasl Wrapper Bal.
fr) tab aawg3i. ;
FM TCXfll UYII.
rtl SALLOW SKIX.
OURS tlCK HCAOACHSe
. ON AUGUST 1, 1SS2
thm house of
Wyckoff, Seamarvs & Benedict
waa founded, and assumed ' the
taK of converting Ihe world to
the use of writing machine
Slge ol Remington
lf yeart of ateady end un
aW vl broKen " progress .have
, carried the name and
lame ol the
. i. .
It ia to-day recognized in every
country on earth es the standard
writing machine. ,
Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict
(KMISOTOH TTPHrWTEt COMPAItT) 1
1619 FARNAM STREET.
Tewr. Pennyroyal; not a tlugle fellurri longeei. ni(l
CDeiUMl case railtred lu a few daje l-uu al
Bkeraua MoCenaall Drug Co.. Oman. Nek. ,
Floor. f '
noors ana is one 01 tne cnolcest 0111-
Bee BuilJiaf '
I Terr uU and
I 1 It'M
. I Ma I
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