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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 9.
BROWN PITCHES CREAT BAIL
Allwa tht ahUUaairt 1 Totich Eim Up
PERMITS TWO TO WALK ON WIDE ONES
Backed f9 by (inod Fielding, Pair
lllttlng; aa Gifts hy fiaaton ke
! laane Was Easy for
the Omaha Team.
COLORADO FPRINOS. Sept. 8. Browns
magnificent, pitching .won the last ot the
series today from the Millionaires. The
core was, 4 t i." He beM the home team
down to only two Jilta and wan accorded
fine support, Castort. the elab artist for the
locals, u extremely wild, allowing total
of right passes .to. .flfst. There were no
other feature of. tile game, the visitors
winning hand down. . Attendance, 300. The
core:. .. 4 . , ' v s
AB. R. M. O. A. K.
tenins, or 4 o 1
Stewart. 2b 4 0 1
Dnlan, as.'. ....3 0 0
htone, If. ,.......
Burg, 8b.. . 7. 2
ptars. lb 1
Oondlng, c 3
Brown, p 4
Totala 31 4. 6 27 12
AB. R. H.
I.ynrh. 2b..,'.. .J..
.4 0 0
J lemlng. If 4
Congalton-, rf 4
Kvurltt. lb. ...4
Hemphill, -f.. ,...3
(iranvllle, 3b... 2
Hauson, a ,...2
Oaaton, p 3
totals .........30 1 3 27 19 4
Omaha 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-4
Colorado Spring ...0 0000001 01
Three-base . .hits: Congalton, Stone.
Stolen bases): Burg, Pears, Stewart.
Double plas: Qastcrri to Hauaen to Kver
itt: liolllngsworth to Everltt; Drown to
Doian to Burg. Htruck out; By Oaston, 1;
by Brown, 2. First base on balle: Off
Oaston. I; off Brown. 2. Hit by pitched
ball: Pears. Left .on bases: Colorado
Springs, 4i Omaha, 9. First base on errors:
Colorado Springs, 1. Time: 1:50. Umpire:
Saints Finish with Win.
. ST. JOSEPH, Bept. 8. Today"! game wae
the last of the Western leagje season at
this m.lnt. Score: R.H.&.
Bt. Joseph I t 0 0 10 0 1 4 8 0
Peoria 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 02 7 3
Batteries: Peoria, Hart and Han ford;
bt. josepn, ctiinn ana Kotn.
' Dearer Defeats Dea Moines,
DENVER, pKnt. Today's game waa
close and exciting, although the playing
was of a loose character, score: K.H..
Denver ......0 31112020 110 15 3
Des Moines 0080003180-9 10 4
Batteries: Denver, Dempk, McCloskey
and McConnell; Des Moines, Softer, Willis
Nothing- Doing; at Milwaukee
. MILWAUKEE, Hept. 8. Milwaukee-
Kansas City game postponed; rain
Standing at th Teams.
Played. "Won. Lost P C.
Kansas City ,.13 t
. Omaha v.. ...... 122 .
St. Joseph '...'.... 123 .
Cnlnrsrin Snrlnrs. . . .I'M
Des Moines' 123
" Peoria 121
No , fames today.,!.
73 60 .Bl
74 63 .toil
73 62 . 681
70 63 .674
08 67 .637
M 71 R7
49 74 .3US
8& 8 .a
GAMES ; )N NATIONAL LEAGUE
Now Yerer. JBaparleaeoa the ffevalty af
Def eating; the Caanpa Tvrlee
' !' !! Day.
NEW TORrJ, Sept. 8. New York beat
Pittsburg twice toaay anu imyu m.i
. class ball In both contests. McGlnnlty tn
Mhs first game was In- his best form and In
i iha second came 'XTonln was well sup-
' oorted. Attendance. 4,600. 8core first
NEW T0P.K. . PITTSBUBO.
i ' R.U.O.AK. R.H.O.A.H
Breirn. ... I . p Bwumeet, el 1 1
MtOraw. si.. 1 0 Bebrlni. rf... 1 1
Hr,.nhn. lb lit 1 OlLMCh, lb.... 1 I
brodl. ft.... !
.HQwriun, e. 4 4 I
LAudr, Jb. .. 1 I t I 1
Smllb, ib.... 0 1110
Dunn, rf 11110
MuUlonlt, p. 0 1 1
WllMT, lb.. 0 1 10
Hltoocr. lb.. 0 11
Burke, It 01
Coaroy, as... 0 0 I
O 0 I
.. 1 I 14 1
New Tork 0 0 0 0 0
Plttsbura 0 0 0 0 0
1 2 0 -8
10 0 01
V.m.T rimi' New Tork. 1: Pittsburg. 1
Tlrst base on errors: Pittsburg. Left on
bases: New York, 8: Pittsburg, 4. First
base on balls: Off McGlnnlty, 1; off Ches
!ro, 2. Struck out: By McGlnnlty, 4; by
Chesbro. 3. Three-base nits: wagner,
.Browne. Two-base hits: ljaer, ieacn
Rarrino hit: McQlnnltv. Stolen bases
Lauder. Bresnahan. Double play: Bregna
han to Bowerman. Hit by pitched ball: By
McGlnnlty. 1: by Chesbro. 1. Time: 1:30.
. Umpire: O'Day.
Score second game: ...
NEW YORK. I WTT8Bl'RO.
R.H.O A B I R.H.O.A.a
nroirns. If... 1110 0 Buamoot. 41111
iirOraw. u.. I III llbrlng. rf... 1
.HNia'b'n. lb 0 I I I OiLMCb. Sb
Urodl. ct.... Ill Wsrnr, lb
llowarman, c. 1 14 1 0 Rttcher, Ib.
favuder,' ib... i rax ituursa, ii...
. Smith, Ib. 0 1 4 I Cearer. as.,
iunn. art..... o I a. a o h. snita
tlraala. S..i.. i 1 Phelps, e
t ( y m- -r LeersT, . B
Totala ... 1 II ft 11 II
1 ToUla ... 4 T 84 18 I
"Jf aw York ".,,8 I I M M I '-?
PltUborg .J.- k 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4
JarneT runs; .New York, I: Pittsburg, 1.
Fftt base on errors: New York, 1; Pitts
burg, 1. Left on bases: New York, 6; Pitts
burg, I. First base on balls: Off Leever, 1;
off PronltT, 4. Struck out; By Leever, 8;
by Cronln, 6. Two-base hits: Lauder,
Leever, Dunn, Bowerman, O. Smith. Sacri
fice hit: Cronln. Stolen bases: Browne (3),
McGraw. Double play: Beaumont to Con
roy. .Wild pitches: Cronln, Leaver. Time:
1:45. Umpire: O'Day."
Close Rak Yor Boston.
BOSTON, Sept. 8. A pass, an out and
Cooler's single gava Boston the winning
mm in: today a" game. Morriasey, formerly
of the. Mancheaxrr '(New England) team,
pitched for Chicago and held Boston down
to Ave tills WUlla pitched a splendid game,
not allowing more than a slngla hit In an
Inning. Attendance, 1,693. Score:
BOSTON. . , CHICAGO.
R.H.O A-B. I R.H.O.A.I.
Lush, cf 1 10 0 Stasia, If 10 10
Tenney; lb... I 1 I ,0 0 Doliba, of....O 111
Demoul. as,. J) 1 I I 1 Kllng, e 0 118
L'oley. h... 110 OTinker. as.... 4 14
rnay. ft.... 9 19 Murray, rf... 0 0 4 4
.mm car. . t a v i
Leo(. Ib...., A .U 1
Kiurld.s, o.. 4 J 1 I
Willi, p r I
Iram'rer, Xb. 1 I O'Fsylor. Ib... till
Menafee. Ik.. S a
Ivecs. Ib I 1 I
alorrlaaey, p. 0 0 0 1
TsUla ... I 8 17 10 ll , Totala ... I 4 14 14 I
Boston 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Two-base hit: Long. Stolen bases:
Kling. Coolev. Lush. First base on balls:
Off Willis, 3; off Morriasey, 1 Struck out;
Ind1ff4t1oa is of tn cu8d by oti.
tting. Aq eminent authorttf tart
tho bhrm done thus excedi that from
the ezceasife use of alcohol. Kat all
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load the atomachs A weak atomacrt
may refuse to digest what you eat.
Then you need a good dlgeitaat llki
Kodol, which disjeata your food with
tui ihe aiouiacla a alu. This rett and
the wholesome tonics Kodol contain
Soon restore health. Dieting unneces
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which aome people suffer after meals.
Absolutely cure Indigestion.
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Tbel bnttfecontalnatH tlmeslheOnc '
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The faaaoua little pills for eonailtailo.
By Willis. : by Morrlwy. 3. rss-d ball:
Kling. Time: !:". Umpire: Kmslle.
Fist Klaat la a llimf.
PHILADELPHIA. Srtit. 8.-PhllalPlihia
ami Inrlnnati broke even on a double
header today. In the first gnme the home"
team won on opportune hitting. In the
ee-ond contest the visitors hit llxrg freely,
while Tblelman k'pt the hits scattered, fn
tne nrtn inning or ine second game iiuls
wltt and Mlney Indulged in a lively list
flaht and bmh were put out of the same.
Attendance. 1,84V. Score first game:
R.H.O. A B. i R.H.O. A B.
g. Tb'm's, cf I
Birry, rf I
Hnl.wlu, ra. t
Imuitlts. lb.. 0
I 1 pnnlln. If ... 0
0 0 Hkl. lb..
1 0 t'rawtortf, rf . 0
I I Malnner. rf.. 0
1 A K'llr. lb.... 1
1 C'Cofruras, M. . 0
0 Pllnf.ldt, 2b I
1 0 Herjen. c... 0
1 O.Phllilpt, p.. 1
W. Th'm i, If
Totals ... 11 4 Totals ... 4 14 I I
Philadelphia 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0
Cincinnati 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 04
Enrned runs: Philadelphia, 3; Cincinnati,
Two-base hits: Donlln. Stelnfelrlt. Sacri
fice hits: Douglass, Child. Stolen base:
Barry. Double plavs: Phillips to Beckley,
K. Thomas to Krua. Left on bases: Phil
adelphia, ; Cincinnati, 7. First base en
lHlls: Off Phi litis. I: ore DusaieDy. .
Struck out: By Phillips. 1; by Duygleby. i.
lime: 1:35. Umpires: Latham and irwln.
Score second game:
R.H.O. A. El
B H O A B.
Donlln. If 1
R. Th'm's. tt 0 1 0 0
lurrr, rf V
Berklsr. lb.. 1 I 10
Crawford, rf. 1 t
1 Krus. lb
Maloner. cf.. 1
1 Halnwttt, u. 1
10 1 Jennings, as.
K.llfT, Ib... 1
I Douglas, lb.. 0
I 0 Dooln. e 0
,W. T'm'a. If.
Sttnnfsldt. Ib 1
IWsen. a.... I
0 01 Chi Ida. lb
s s 1 0 irxrs. p....
Totals ... 7 14 17 14 I
I ToUls .
Batted for Iberg In ninth.
1 I 17 II I
Cincinnati 0 0 13 1
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0
I 1 I M
0 0 0 0-1
Sacrifice hit: Thlelman. Stolen base:
Ptelnfel.it. Double tilays: Kelley to Cor
coran to Beckley, Chllds to Douglas. Left
on bases: Cincinnati, 14; Philadelphia. 8.
Klrat base on balls: Off Thlelman, 6: off
I hers. 6. Struck nut: Bv Thlelman. - hv
lberg, 6. Passed balls: By Dooin, 8. Time:
empires, jamam ana irwln.
Easy for Brooklyn.
BROOKLYN. Sent. 8. The Ttrnnklvn
team easily defeated the St. Louis playera
today, the visitors only scoring a run in
the ninth inning. Up to that time Newton
neia tnem well In Hand for three hits in
eight innings. Brooklyn scored four hits In
the first tnnlna-. Errors bv Kruarer and M.
tl'Nell were responsible for these runs, as
ine siae snouiu nave oeen Wlinout scoring.
Attendance, 1,400. Score:
BROOKLYN. BT. LOl'IS.
R.H.O. A K.I m n i l
Sbarkard, If. 0 0 4 0 0 J Farnll. Ib 0 1 1 I 1
Dotan, cf 1 1 I
s 1 Klrbola. lb... S
C. FutcII, lb 1 1 10
0 0 Barclay. If... 0 0 0 0
I0P. D'v'a, rf. 1 1 1 0
Flood, lb Ill
Irwln, lb 1 1
W. LfT-n. rf. I I 1
I 0 Kruger, as... 0
0 0 Braahaar. ef. 0
1 0 Hartraan, lb. 0
I 0 J. O'Nell. .. 0
jvMwton. s... 1 0
Wbesler. as.. 04
Latlmwr, ... l
M. O'Nell, p. 0 0 0
- "Vinous ....a s a
Totals ... a t n 10 i:
ToUla ... 1 4 14 12 I
Batted for M. O'Nell in ninth.
Brooklyn 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 -
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Earned runs: Brooklyn, 2: St. Louis, L
Three-base hits: Dolan, C. Farrell. Home
run: W. Donovan. Stolen base: P. Dono
van. First base on errors: Off Brooklyn, 4.
First base on balls: Off M. O'Nell, 1; off
Newton, 4. Struck out: By M. O'Nell. 8;
vy newion, s. rime: umpire: Tom
Btaaatlagr af the Tessas.
Won. Lost. P.C.
89 83 .729
5 67 .633
60 57 .613
m 60 .600
68 61 ,4s8
64 64 .m
49 70 .411
43 75 . 359
St. Louis) 118
New York 117
Pittsburg nt New York, Chicago at Boston.
iuL'iiiiiau ai x'miaaeipnia.
WADDELL WINS ANOTHER GAME
Philadelphia's Pitcher Again. Sends
1st Kails that Are Bar
CLEVELAND. Sept. 8.-Rube Waddell,
who won his game Saturday from Cleve
land, went In today and aa-ain took off the
victory, the Athletics winning In the first
inning on errors Dy Lrajoie ana uoennauer.
Attendance, 8,688. Bcore: -
PHILADELPHIA. I CLEVELAND.
R.H.O.A.B I R.H.O.A.E.
Hartisl' It... Ills OlBar, ef 00110
Pultt. ef 0 1 .0 0 0 Bradley, lb.. 1118 4
Darts, lb.... I 4 II 0 O Lajole, lb.... 1 0 14 1
L. Cross, lb. 1 1 1 I O Hickmsn. lb. 1 14 I 0
Berbold. rf... 0 110 0, Flick, rf 110 0 0
Wurphr. lb.. 1111 0, McCarthy, It. 0 0 I 1
U. Cross, as. I 1 4 OlOoeho'er. as. 1 10 1 I
Bhraok. e 110 0 OlWood. c 1 1 1 0
Waddell, p... 0 0 0 1 OlMoora, p 0 I 1 I 0
ToUla ...I 11 nil 0 ToUla ...11117 17
Philadelphia 4 01000012-8
Cleveland 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 05
Two-baae hits: Wood (2), M. Cross, Bey
bold, Bchreck. Home run: Bradley, Sacri
fice hit: Fults. Stolen bases: Flick. Mur
ray, Hartsel. Flrat baae on balls: Ore Wad
dell, Z. Hit by pitcher: By waddell, a.
9. Struck out: By Waddell,' 8. Passed
ball: Bchreck. Wild pitch: Moore. Tim
1:46. Umpire: O' Laugh lln.
nt. Loats Bents Detroit.
DETROIT, Sept. 8. In the three Innings
that St Louis bunched hits off Mercer
the visitors accumulated eight runs, three
more than necessary to win. Stupid base
running In the fifth, when there were
three on bases and nons out, marked the
play of the noma team. Attendance, 1,000.
8T. LOOI8. I DETROIT.
Burkett. If... 1 1 I 1 Hsrl.T. If.... 1 1 4 1 t
Hemphill, rf. I lit OiCaasy. Ib.... 1 I 1 1 I
Heldrtck. ef.. Ill 0 Blberfeld, si I I I I
Andaraoa, lb. 1 1 14 0 lBarrett, ef... 114 0 0
Wallace, as.. I I 1 liktcAI'a'r, lb. I
MeCor'k, lb.. I 111 0 Srhlpp, ri ... 0 0 4 0 0
rrlel, lb 9 117 1 Oleason. lb.. 0 114 1
Kahoe. e 1111 0 McOuIrs, c... 0 110 0
hlelda, as... 1 1 0 MareeT, p.... 0 4 0 4
BudboB. p.... 4 041
1 ToUla ... 4 I 17 11 I
Totala ... I U IT It 4
Bt, Louis 0 1 0 0 4 0 3 01
Detroit 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 t
Two-base hit: Shields. Stolen basea
Casey, Anderson. Flrat bass on balls: Off
Mercer, 1; oil Bchlelds, 1; off BudhotT, 8.
First base on errore: Detroit, 1; St.
Louis, Z. Left on bases: Detroit. 9: St
Louis. 9. 8truek out: Bv Mercer. I
Double plays: Burkett to Wallace; Mo-
cormicx to riiei to Anaerson. Tim: 1:40.
taadlaaj af tha Teaaaa,
Played. Won. Lost P C.
St. IxjuIs ...
Games today: Chicago at Cleveland, Bt,
j-ouis at ueiroir, waanington at Boston
uammore at rnuaaeipnia
At Cadar Rapids Cedar Rapids, 4; Dav
At Evanavllle Evansvllle. 7; Blooming.
At Terre Haute Terra Haute, 3; De
At Rockford Rock Island game post
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
aa Resalt f Oatbattlagr
TOLKDO. Bent. 8. Louisville outbatted
Toledo today. In the sixth lxulsvllle mad
tnree singles, a double and a florae run,
petting nve runs. Attendanoe, buo. Score
LOUISVILLE. 1 TOLEDO,
I I a I Burns, Xb ... 0 1 I 1
karwia, rf... I I 0
1 Kl.lnow, lb.
0 Turner, as . .
0 Orafius, e. .
0 Ollks, cf ...
Oaasel. lb... I I 11
Bonner, Ib... 1
Ciyiner, te... I
0 Bmlth. Ib
ft 0 1
0 Moik. If
Coons, p 8 I I aUNeal. p.... 1
fotais ...ll ll 11 U 1 Totaie ... i ll h ll
Louisville 3 1 0 2 0 6 0 0 11
Toledo a 1US00010
Two-baae hlla: Turner. Grafftua. Smit
til. Kerwln, Splea. Horns runs: Gansel,
Clymer. badrlrice hlta: Spit. Odwell
Stolen baae: Ollks. Double plays: Odweij
to iiymer turner to nurni to nieinow
Smith to Klelnew. Struck out: By Mo
Neal. 4. Flrat baae on balls: Off McNeal
3: off Coons, a Hit by pitched ball: By
airnni, . nj t,wni, L time: i:u. i m
Seaaea Kada at rolaathas.
COLUMBUS. Sept. 8 -The loeal baae ba
seaaon closet today, xnaianapoiis alnnln
H H O A B.
lb 0 0 T 0 0
H H O A E .
,rlevr rf I I 1 0 0 HH
Koi, Jh... 1
0 Helden. rf ... 0 I I 0 0
1 M'Karl'd. rf. 1 1 I 0 0
0 Turner. Ib... 0 I I I 0
Milter, ct... 1
thm. Ib 1
(l Vlni, lb.,
I Knoll. If .
I e . Fox. c.
0 Hnpke, a.
1 fl Bailey, p..
0 0 0 1 1
0 0 0 1 1
ToUls ... 11 n 7 ll Totsll ... 1 114 1
Indlannnnlle 0 0 0 n 4 a 0 0
."nlumbus " w ' . " w l
Stolen bases: Wnnonm at, i urien.
acrlflce hltx: W. Fnx. ti'Srln. Two-baae
Its: Hogriever. Coulter. Kiiien. lnree-
bss hits: Turner, Kihm. l'ounie play:
Matthews to W. fox. niruca our: ny
Ballev. 4: bv Klllen. 4. Bases on balls: Off
Bailey, 2. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Tlndell.
KANSAS rtTY Pent. 8. The Mlnne-
Polls-Kansas Cliy game p"tPonel today
on account of rain.
MILWAUKEK. Sept. 8 MllwauKee-St.
Paul game postponed; rain.
(landing; of the Teania.
Plaved. Won. Ixst.
Louisville . .
St. Paul ....
Mlnneapolls at Kansas City, Louisville at
Toledo, Indianapolis at Columbus.
Bartenders Play Machinists.
A nine composed of the bartenders and
one from the Union Pacific machinists on
. strike will play ball at Vinton Street
park this afternoon, the proceeds to oe
donated to the strike benefit fund. Ladles
will be admitted free. The policemen's nine
was to nave met tne partenuers, out as
he new lire and uollce board objected the
bluecoata were retired and the machinists
tilled the breach. The lineup will be:
Bartenders. Position. Machinists.
Scanlon First base Berry
Phealon Shortstop Cavanaugh
Van nil l .
Substitutes: Bartenders, Heelan, Wink
er. DunKer: Machinists. Berrie. Menxie.
Game called at 2:30.
Oaawa Loses to Rock Rapids.
ONAWA. la... Sept. 8. (Special Teleeram.)
The Bock Rapids team of the Bush league
defeated the Ottawa team today by a score
01 t to i. McAllister orougnt in tmawas
wo scores with a two-sacker. White rf
Rock Rapids made a home run. Batteries:
nawa, Kllroy and rulmer: Bock Hanlds.
Snyder and White. Umpire: Prltchard.
KlVborn Team Wins.
ELK HORN. Neb.. Sent. 8 (Special The
Elkhorn ball team won a well nlaved and
closely contested game from the Millard
team on the Elkhorn grounds Sunday after
noon. Score, Jl to 10.
Harper Goes to Cincinnati.
ST. I.OITIS. Sent it Charles W. .laeVl
Harper of the St. Louts American I.eaaje
club has signed a contract to pitch for the
Cincinnati national league cluo next sea
Suspended for Insabordlnatloa.
Tm vnn n o ti. tti . . .
the fast leftflelder for the Louisville Amer
ican association team, was today Indefi
nitely suspended for Insubordination.
LAST MATCH OF THE SEASON
Tennis Tournament Opens at Field
Club Court This After-
Probablv the last and one of the most
Interesting1 tennis tournaments of the sea
son will begin this evening at the courts
of the Omaha Field club. It will be a
handicap In singles, with the handicapping
accordance with the rules or tne Na
tional Lawn Tennis association. The courts
will be ready for players to begin at 5
m. although matches may be started
as late as 6:16 p. m. Parties matched may
piay at any otner noura it so arranged.
ine drawings are very interesting and
are aa follows In the first half, first
round A. Soribner (scratch) plays H. P.
Leavltt (16 plus 8-6 'of 15); O. T. Erwin
i:40l nlavai J. T. 1-irnwn (Hr.ratchl. Tn nre-
Ilmlnary round J1. W. Towle (scratch) plays
tt.. Moore taoi; u. rouara (scraicn) Plays
A. T. Ryan (30); E. Neville (39) plays S. W.
Smith (la); H. Clark (scratch) plays P- M.
Blich (scratch). In the seconcf half, pre
liminary round T. T. Caldwell (owe 3-8 ot
16) plays A. Potter (scratch); J. W. Bat
ten (scratch) plays J. N. Haskell (scratch):
nr. wiicre us plus 3-e of 16) plays G.
Martin (scratch). In the first round F. J.
Hill (owe 8-6 ot 16) plays winner of tho
LeMere and Martin match: O. C. Mcln
tire (scratch) plays C. H. Young (owe 15),
and F. DuFrene (scratch) piaya Dr. Van
Camp (15). Players are requested to aee
their opponents and arrange for as early
matcn as posaioie.
PEDLAR PALMER BESTS DIXON
English Pugilist Defeats the Amer-
learn In a Fifteen-Round
LONDON. Sept. S.-Pedlar Palmer. En
lish. defeated George Dixon. American, in
a fifteen-round bout at the National Ath
letic club tonight for 35"0 a side and a
purse of XjOU.
uixon waa tne ravonte at odds or & to
4. but after the second round Palmer
showed such smartness that the odds
turned In his favor. Dixon seemed quite
unable to cope with the Eneliahman. al
though In the twelfth round, when Palmer's
hands were rather damaged, he made
determined effort, which he kept up until
the end, but he could not offset Palmer a
big lead of points secured In the early
rounds or tn contest.
Tonlsrht Dixon seemed to have loat much
or his old-time dutum power, uotn men
were loudly applauded. . Four-ounce gloves
were uaed and th weight limit of the fight
as 120 pounds.
Harry Ware retained the bantamweight
champlonahip of England and will try to
get a match witn Harry roroea of Chi
cago lor tna worm s cnampionsnip.
Tom Jones of Lancashire defeated E
Lawrence. American, at the National Ath
letic club tonight In the lightweight wrest
PINLIC0 TROTTING RACES BEGIN
Opealaa- Day la Marked by Walk
were for Three of tha
BALTIMORE, Sept. 8-Small fields and
walkovers for the three favoritea marked
the opening day a sport oi tne urino cir
cult meet today at Plnllco. Kesults:
2:J0 class, trotting, purse la,"):
Dulce Cor, b. m., by Baron Wilkes
(Miller) 1 J
Katrinka G, b. m. (Toxler) 3 3 :
The Quaker, br. g. (Clark) 4 3 i
UurvallnH h m 4 Rltfirak I 6
Grace Arlington, c. m. (Rites) 8 4ds
Time: 8:1H, 2:18H, 3:14.
3:10 class, trotting, purse 81.000:
Prince of Orange, b. g , by Prince of
India (Geers) 1 1
Antesella. b. a. (Renaon) 2 3
Ladv Geraldine. b. m. (Hu(xy) 3 3
Ruth M, b. m. (Curry) 4 4 da
Time: 3:12V 2:1.", 2:11V
2:13 claas. trotting, purae 31.000:
Monte Carlo, b. g., by Mendocino
tEckeral 1 1 !
The King. b. g. iCurry) 3 2 j
Pug, gr. a. (Merrltield) 3 3 I
Time: 1 111. t.U, 3:11V
Mpton to Issue Phalleage.
ROTHESAY. Scotland. Sept. 8. In an In
tervlew her today with a representative of
the Associated Preea Sir Thomas IJptin
iniormea tne latter mat ne would mall
formal challenge for the Americas cup to
the New York Yacht club within two or
possibly three weeks. If, however. In the
mm mini any firman yacntsmen or combl
nation uf yachtsmen challenged, they
would h hia cordial assistance and th
use or rtnamroca t as a tiinl horse, abao.
lutelv free of cost. Sir Thomas Mnmn
added that the stories about his new boat
oeiug aircauy nu.it ouut were false.
Al Wrlalg Is Dlsqualiaed.
CHICAGO, Sept 8 -Billv Stlft of Chi
cago waa given th derision over Al Wei
nig ot nunaio in tne aecuiid round uf wiia
waa scnenuiea to be a six-round contest
at tha America club tonight. Stlft dis
played better Science and had Welnig in
uau coouunm at ine close or tne Bra
round, in th second round, after receiv
ng a hard left on th jaw, Welnig wen
uown tor a count of nve. After he ro
ne went flown again without being struck
ana waa aisquanned by Kefere Slier.
Prlaeo Rayal la a Dead Horse.
LEXINGTON. Ky.. Sept. S.-Prtnre Royal,
agrd 17, by Kingfisher, dam Imp. Princess,
OUIied bV Baker AV fleiltrv and fa in. ma ua
a horoughbred air, died at th Kingston
HH IWBfi ...
the flnnl game rere hy bunching
Bailey in the fifth and sixth Innln
NATIVES TO BE CHASTISED
Sumner is Ordered t Lead Ooluma Againit
Mom in Mindanao.
CHIEFS REJECT FRIENDLY OVERTURES
Major Gardener ArrlTea ls'a Craa.
el era and Dealee that "Water
Cure" Report Waa Made for
MANILA, Sept. I General Chaffee has
ordered General Sumner, commanding the
Department of Mindanao, to lead a column
against the Macln Moros. In his order
General Chaffee suggests that eight com
panies of Infantry, two troops ot cavalry
and one battery shall form at Camp Vicars,
Island ot Mindanao.
It la expected that the column will move
within a week. Most of the attacks upon
th American forces have originated In the
Marin country. This movement Is to be
directed against hostile, several ot whom
are enumerated In General Chaffee's order.
General Sumner Is directed to require the
hostiles to give a satisfactory pledge to re
frain from aggression In the future.
There are several Moro strongholds la
the Macln country. It Is not definitely
known where the Brat opposition will be
encountered. This will depend upon Gen
eral Sumner's course after moving. Gen
eral Sumner is directed to protect tho
Captain J. J. Pershing, who Is la
command of the American force at
Camp Vicars, Mindanao, reports to Oen
eral Chaffee that several of the Moro
chiefs whose forces have attacked Amer
icans, have rejected all friendly overtures
and that he has been unable to reach any
understanding with them. The breaking
of negotiations with tha Moros, Captain
Pershing reports, will probably bring on
a crisis In the Moro situation. It la be-
lleved in Manila that a renewal of Moro
ttacks will result In retaliation by the
American force. The military record
shows that since the Bayan fight last May
tha Moros have mads twelve attacks on
American soldiers, killing four Americans
nd wounding twelve, including one officer.
Agajresslve Campaign Inevitable.
WASHINGTON, Sept 8. The War depart
ment haa received a cable dispatch from
General Chaffee dated Manila, September 8,
stating that an attack was made on th
United States troops at Mattltng Falls, seven
miles from Camp Vicars, by Moros, Sep
tember t. First Lieutenant William Par
ker, Eleventh Infantry, ami two soldiers
were wounded and one acldler killed.
General Chaffee also says:
Have authorised Brigadier General Sam
uel 8. Sumner to move troops Into hostile
country and exact promise or good behavior
In future from dattos and followers. Troops
have been attacked twelve times since May
with loss to us or lour Killed and twelve
wounded. We have remained all the time
quiet, seeaing xnenasnip; in action, sen
The last part of General Chaffee's dis
patch evidently is to Inform the War de
partment that the army baa been acting
wholly upon the defensive in the Moro
country. His instructions nave been to do
nothing which would provoke conflict with
the Moros, the position with the War de
partment being that If there Is a conflict it
must be Justified hy the aggression of the
Moros. Some time ago General Chaffee
asked for permission to attack the Moros
immediately, but he was advised the War
department wished to avoid hostilities if
possible. At the same time it has for a
long time been the belief of officials of the
department that an aggressive campaign In
Mindanao Is Inevitable, and It would not be
surprising if there should be a forward
movement of the United States troops in a
If you eat without appetite you need
Prickly Ash Bitters. It promptly re
moves Impurities that clog and Impede
the action of the digestive organs, creates
good appetite and digestion, strength of
body and activity of brain.
NJURIES RESULT FATALLY
South Dakotaa Who Was Assaalted
aad Robbed Die Without
YANKTON, 8. D., Sept. 8. (Special Tele
gram.) Louis Thrane of Vermilion, who
was held up and robbed at a negro diva
here Sunday morning, died last night from
wound received. The coroner's jury found
that death came from an assault with a
murderous weapon In the bands of some
person or persons unknown to them.
Examination of seven men who have been
arrested will be held today. The crime
was committed about I o'ctock Sunday
morning at the back gate ot a stockado
around a negro dive.
Thrane had been in the dive all evening
and had flourished considerable money. He
waa not able to make any statement as to
the assault. When found fcla skull was
frsctured. probably with a elub. There wer
several deep cuts from a razor on bis head
Every Towaahlp la Repreaeuted.
MITCHELL. 8. D., SepL 8. (Special )
The republicans ot Daviaon county held
their convention Saturday afternoon for the
nomination ot a legislative and county
ticket. The convention was th best held
In years and every townBhlp of the twelve
was represented in the convention with full
delegations. The only friction that occurred
was in the nomination for auditor, for which
there were three candidates. Tbs following
is the ticket named: Benator, O. L. Bran
son: representative, M. C. Betts of Mount
Vernon; sheriff. George H. Brooks; treas
urer, E. J. Hayes; auditor, O. D. Stearns
register ot deeds, C. G. Halphlde; clerk ot
courts, Sheridan Cattrell; superintendent
of schools, O. W. Coursey; probate judge,
W. Abbey; coroner, Dr. R. F. Dundaas.
The position of state's attorney was not
(ra Belt Kspoaltloa Datea.
MITCHELL, S. D., Sept. 8. (Special.)
The dates for the Vru Belt exposition to
be held in -this city, this tall hav bean
selected. They are September 29 to Octo
ber 8 inclusive. DeBaugh's Twentieth Ceo
tury band haa been secured for the musical
attoactloa and there wilt ba others for th
week. Work wss commenced a week ago
to redecorate the exterior ot the building
and it will b more attractive than aay
previous palace of corn. Half fare rates
bave been secured on the railroads for five
days of ths exposition snd these will be
aunounced In due time.
New Bank at Alpeaa.
SIOUX PALLS. 8. D.. Sept. (Special
A new banking institution. Incorporated
nuder the nam ot the Alpena Stats bank
has just commenced business at Alpena.
Until its now building Is completed ths
bank will occupy quarters In a rented room
Tha raptlal stock ot the new bank is 810,
000, divided into 100 share of $100 each,
The stockholders are; D. 8. Manwariag and
Frank Baker of Alpeaa. C. R. and M. A
Manwariug of Rock Rapids, la., and O. A.
Manwartng of Alford, la. The bank has
bean granted a twenty-year charter by th
authorities of South Dakota.
Tawa Want Klectrla Lights.
8IOUX FALLS. 8. D.. Sapt. I. (Special.)
Th city council at Flasdreau has author
lied the eaUiag at a apecial election, to b
held oe Thursday. 8puar U, at which
time the proposition of Issuing warrants
In the sum of 38.000 for the purpoae of In
stalling a public lighting plant at that pi as
will be submitted te the voters. Sentiment
Is strongly In favor of a lighting system
being established and there appears little
doubt that the proposition will receive a
vast majority ot the votes cast.
Soath Dakota State Fair.
YANKTON, P. P.. Sept. . (Spee'al Tele
gram.) The South Dakota stale fair
opened today. There was no admission
charge on the first day and the race do
not begin until tomorrow. Exhibits are
being put Into place and they give promise
of the beet In the fair's history. Cattle
are here from prlie stock farms of Ne
braska, Illinois, Minnesota and Iowa, aa
well as South Dakota. Many counties have
agricultural exhibits. Crowds of people
are arriving on every train.
Myatfrlous Stranger la Jail.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Sept. 8 (Special.)
The authorities at Menno have a myste
rious stranger as a prisoner in the town
Jail. When he first made hts appearance he
was taken for a genuine "drunk" or an es
caped lunatic, as he violently abused every
one who appeared In sight. It took Con
stable Tbeurer and several cttltens to over
power the man and place him tn Jail. He
111 be kept Imprisoned until he becomes
rstlonsl or something can be ascertained aa
to his Identity.
Mora Money Thaa
MITCHELL, S. D., Sept. 8. (Special.)
The Methodist church has been reopened te
the public after being partially remodeled.
The seating rapacity of the church Is In
creased and new opera chairs are substi
tuted for the old benches. Rev. A. D. Trav
eller ot Chicago was secured to preach the
sermon to raise the money to pay for the
Improvements. About 82,000 was spent In
making the changes and the preacher was
successful In raising $300 more than was
Pioneer Crushed by Waprou.
PIERRE, 8. D., Sept. 8. (Special Tele
gram.) M. C. Rosseam, one of the early
settlers In this part of Dakota, was killed
Saturday afternoon near the Cheyenne river
by his wagon overturning on him and
crushing him. The body was not discovered
until yesterday, when a half breed passing
along the trail found him and reported the
accldentMo his family.
Town Without a Lawyer.
SIOUX FALLS. 8. D., Sept. g (Special.)
While many South Dakota towns have an
over supply ot lawyers, Alpena enjoys the
distinction of being probably the only town
of its size in the state which has not got
lawyer, and a good disciple of Blackstone
would find It a profitable field.
FAIR WEATHERJS PROMISED
Nebraska and Kanaaa Predictions Are
Favorable for Today aad
WASHINGTON, Sept. 8. Forecast:
For Nebraska, North Dakota, South Da
kota and Kansas Fair Tuesday and
Wedneaday; warmer Wednesday.
For Montana Fair Tueaday; warmer in
northwest portion; Wedneaday fair.
For Colorado Fair Tuesday; Wednesday
fair, wltn warmer in eaat portion.
For Wyoming Fair Tuesday; Wednesday
fair and warmer.
For Illinois Showers Tuesday, cooler in
south portion, fresh to brisk northwest
winds; Wednesday fair.
For Iowa Fair Tuesday; Wednesday fair,
with rising temperature
For Missouri Fair in west and .north.
showers in southeast portion Tuesday,
cooler in east and south portions; Wednes
day fair, with rising temperature,
Local Record. .
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUVtEAtT.
OMAHA,. Sept. 8. Official record ol tem
perature and precipitation compared wltn
tne correaponaing aay ot tne last tnree
1902. 1901. 110. 1899.
Mean temperature ....
, 64 69 J3 71
60 63 '! 68
, 62 66 Kl 64
. .00 .72 .00 T
Record of temperature and precipitation
at omana lor tnis aay ana since Mi.rch l,
Excess for the day
Total excess since March 1 ...
Deficiency for the day
Total rainfall since March 1....
Deficiency since March 1
Deficiency for cor. period, 1901
Deficiency for cor. period. 1900
Reports from Stallone at T P. M.
?i? i v
CONDITION OF THM I I
WEATHER. : S : o
: i: a o
Omaha, clear 611 64 .00
Valentine, clear 62 66 .00
North Platte, clear C4 68 .00
Cheyenne, clear 64 66 .00
Salt Lake, clear 68 73 .00
Rapid City, clear 62: 66 .00
Huron, clear . i 62 68 .00
Wllllston, part cloudy 6 64 .00
Chlcugo, raining 66; 80 .00
Bt. Ixnils, part cloudy 80 86 T
Bt. Paul, clear 68 84 .00
Davenport, cloudy 58i 74 .24
Kansas City, part cloudy 62 78 T
Havre, clear 72 72 .00
Helena, clear 721 74 .00
Bismarck, clear 6o 66 .)
Galveston, clear 84 H .00
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
U A. WELSH,
Local Forecast Official.
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Move Your Office.
While there are only about ten vacant rooms In the whole Bee Banding,
there are among them, aome of the very
also some, which, while not so desirable,
The rental price you must remember, Include light, water, beat and Jan
itor service aa well a Immunity from fire Insurance because the building la
List of vacant rooms in
SUITE 01i There Is no finer office suit
cated juat on tne ngnt nana ci tne
usually large winaows loosing upon
In. It fronts on Farnam atreet.
It haa a burglar-proof vault, marble
will b frescoed to suit tenant
ROOM lOTi Here Is a room that will be
or some one who needs a north light,
throughout in hardwood. Including
BOOM 838i This Is the only room on the second or third floor vacant, and Is ens
of ths choicest rooms In the building. It la 17x22, and can ba divided to
suit the tenant if a private office is desired. It is a decidedly handsom
office, having entrance facing the court, and windows looking out on
Seventeenth street. It has a very large burglar-proof vault, hardwood
floors and ia Just ths kind of an office that Is hold to obtain ordinarily.
ROOM 421 1 This room is 18x14 teet and faces the
room, and has a burglar-proof vault
Sl'ITE B14i This Is a very large room. 17x43 feet. It faces west, but Is very light
and well ventilated. It la very seldom that space of this sis Is offered in
The Be Building. It could be used to advantage by aome firm employing
a large number of clerks, or requiring large floor spase a wholesale
jeweler, or manufacturers agent, who would Ilk to be in a fireproof bu ld
Intr. or It will be divided to ault the tenant Pr.ca 860.01
ROOM Bitot This Is a light, attractive room.
and while It faces the west, being
aomo one not in need of larg floor
ROOM 621 1 Thl room face the court ana
vault, anil a It Is near tne telegraph otnea and on th same floor with a
fiumbci of grain Arms, It would be a particular good room for a grain firm
desiring flrst-cliss accommodation Prlo 24. M
Sl'ITB aiOt This eonsiats of two rooms,
large uurgiar-proot vault, nava been newly decora lea ana are rooms where
any business or professional man may b comfortable. Prlc for th two 3S .44
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' Omaha Office, 'Phone 1642.
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All the. Parts
Complet In Twenty-Four Parts
At The Be6 Office
Price 10c each By mail 15c
choicest offices. In th building and
can be rented at a very low price.
' Per Twfnprri, .
In Omaha than this one. It la Jo- , .
great marble stairway, and has un-
the front entrance way of the build-
On room Is 17x19 and the other 8x1.
mantel plec, hardwood floors, snd
particularly adapted tor an architect,
The room Is 20 teet square; finished
th floors, and Is a bargain at. Prlc TX.1t
a light, pleasant
It has a stationary wash stand,
on the fifth floor It is light, and for
apace, would make a fin office.. Prlo 810.08
la 18x14 feet. It ha a burglar-proof
both ISHxIlVi. Each of them haa a
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