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THK Oil AHA DAILY HEE; WEDNESDAY, SEL'TKMIIKIt 17, limi"
ST. LOUIS WINS IN STRETCH
Eesti Detroit by lcnttiti:al Dri ia
THREE RUNS MADE IN QJICK SUCCESSION
Two B on Bali. Wild Pitch aad
This) lilt. Art BeVlrded Aanlnat
Rlaslacrr of the Detroit
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 16.--Pt. I.nuls Amerl
rsns won out from Detroit thla afternoon by
making three runs In -the ninth after be
ing ahut ant up to that time. Kissinger wan
effect! tor olght Innings, but two bases on
balla. a wild pitco and three blta were made
off him Id tbe ainth. Powell was hit hard
In tlic first" Inning, but after that was ef
fective. Attendance) 1,200. Score:
ST. LM'la, : - DETROIT.
H.n.A.I R.H.O A K.
RurkMt. M: .-. ft 1 1 tttrr. If... 1 1 4 S
iiMnpniii, rrr l i l no i'lvr, jb o 0
llaldrt, h, f.l . lt Rlber'ela. u. 1 t a
Aidr-re..iV lb. 0 t 0 Uerrett. tf .. I I
waiiar. . a ft I 4 M. Ai a-r. lb. 1
or . i . ioi iiapt. rf....
f 1 4 1 tO'nlinall, lb
Sildm. a ... B A Mrtlalr. c...
Powell, a... 1 o 0 1 a Klraluaer. p.
ii ii in- ..... Aivff,
1 Totala ... : 11 II 1
To'ale ... J 21 t
On out when winning run wan scored.
Ratted for Rugdcn In ninth.
Ft Louis noonnoon j a
Detroit.-, . 2000000 01
Earned runs: Detroit, "2. Two-baa lilt:
Kissinger Stolen base: Klherfeld, Hinp
hlll. Wild pitches: Kissinger, 1; Powell. 1.
Haees on harts: Off KlHsiiiger. Struck
out: Hy Powell, 5; ,hy J Isslnger, 2. Deft
tin banes: Bt. Dquls, li; Detroit, 8. Time:
l;6f. t'mplre: O'l-aughlln.
Wllaon ftavra Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA. 'sept. l.-lt looked like
a victory for Washington today, but Wll
aon took Hustings' place on th rubber and
saved the. game. Attendance. 1,078. Score:
PHILADELPHIA. , WASHINGTON
R.H.O A B.I
H.rt.-al. )f... t 1
a Doris, tb...
0 Ryan, rf
0 Keln.r. rf. ..
a I'miaMln. Jb
B Carer, lb ...
a i., ir
a Kir. n
I i i a i
'ult. r(. a
liarla. lb a 0
L.. I Yoaa. 3b. I t
HTholi. rf... i 4
Murphjr, lb.. 1 1
W. (roea. aa. 1 0
Pawre, r..,. 1 I
Huatlnga. - p.. a 0
Wlleoa, .... a t
I 1 Pillon, p.
Totala ... I I 14 I I
Totare ... T 11 27 It r1
Philadelphia -. 0 2 0 0 3
Washington. 4 10 0)
10 0 7
0 (r 0-J
Kamed rum: Wanhlno-ton I'hllarl!,
phia, S. Two-base hit: geybold. Three
bar hit: Hartzel, Reynold. Stolen baae:
Fuller. Ift on baae: Washington, ;
Philadelphia. 7. First baae on balla: Oil
Patton.' 3; off Wllfon, 4. Hit by pitched
ball: M. Crosa. Struck out: By Patton,
S: by Hustings. 1; by Wilson, 2. Time:
1:60. Bulk: Wllaon. Wild pitch: Patton.
. Katoll l.eta Down to Boaton.
BOSTON, Sept. 16,-Xfter having today'
game apparently well In hand Katoll fell a
victim to a batting rally by the home team
li thsrelgth. Spark pitched cleverly. At
tendance ,ll. . Score?. "
' ' eJOSTQ.S. V V j . BALTIMORE.
.' R.M.O.A.fc. R.H.O.A.B.
I'ouaaartf. Ill 1 I I 0 MrParra, cf. I 1 0 0
i 8lbath. If... a 1 4 a 0
I Hi.w.ll. Jb... 0 1 1 1 1
t aT. Jonaa. lb. a 1 II i a
atahl, rr..;.. 1
Kraeman, rf. 0
Ottaaoii, lb. . 116
a aiamot. it a l l a l
b c. IB., I 111
Malhlsou, 2b. 0 0 t 0
rrla. Jb,... 1
tlllh-rt. aa... a 0 1 t I
Koblnaon. c. 0 1 4 a 0
kmoii, p a a a t o
rner, . I
aparka. p..i. 0
Totala ... T in II i Totala ... 1 f 14 11 I
. Boaton 00000.007 7
. Baltimore 10 001000 02
Earned rtma: Boaton. S; Baltimore, 1.
Two-bane hlta: Parent, Howell, Dougherty.
Heme rune: Gleanon, Ferris. McFarland.
Double, pjay: Gilbert to J one. Uaaea on
ballsf Off Katoll, 1. Hit by pitcher: Sparka.
Htruck out: By Sparka, 6; by Katoll, 4.
Time: 1:25. Umpire; Connolly.
RtaoaMaaT uf thai Tea an a.
Plyed. Won. lxt. rC
Philadelphia 16 75 60 ,no
St. IiuJa AM 71 M .m
Boaton Via . 70 no .5fi)
)P-'hlcago ..,.,...,.,....123 u 68 56 .553
'..'Cleveland 127 1 65 62 .612
Waahtngton 16 b7 aa .462
Detroit 124 48 76 .37
' Baltimore 125 . 46 79 . 368
Oamea today: Washington at Phlladel-
fhlH. Baltimore at Boaton, Detroit at St.
lOUla, Cleveland at ChicaaTO.
rrtmoal Defeated at Colasakaa.
COMTMBI'S, Neb., Sept. 16 Special.)
The Fremont Foreater base ball team waa
defeated by the local For-ater team here
yeeterday. The contest waa exciting until
the fifth Inning. After thla Inning the
locals hit Pitcher Conwell at will. The
features of the game were the pitching of
Dolun, who struck out twenty-one men, the
fielding of O'Connor and double play by
Arundel and Dunkle. Batteries: Columbus,
Dolan and Ryan; Fremont, Conwell, Arun
lel and Koa. Htruck out: By Dolan. 21;
by Conwell, 7; by Arundel, 2. Umpire:
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Boatoa Takes Reveaa-e aa Philadel
phia hr Flalahlaajr with Score
Thlrtsea ta Three.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 16.-Philadelphta
tried a new pitcher today and Boston won
without much effort. The home team could
not do much with Malarkey a pitching. At
tendance, 168. Score: .
BOSTON. I PHILADELPHIA.
R.H O.A.B R.H.O.A.B.
Luah. cf I I I 0 0 Tbomaa. ef.. 1 t 1 a I
lanoay, lb... I 4 II a a Barrr. rf a a a 4 t
Ditr, 2b... 1 a 4 I e.Huiawttt. aa. 1 I 1 4 I
t'aoiax. if ... i i a a a
Cam.y. K. ... I 1 1 a a
Jannlnaa. lb. a 1 11 1 1
Krui. if a a 4 a a
Orvm'fV. Ik. I 1 I 4
Loot, aa a a l a a
ioin, e a I 1 a a
klraen. Ib a a 1 I a
Kittndaa. .. a I l a aknuiia. t a t 4 1
Malarkav, p.. I I t 4 I
Mcraddaa. p. a a a i a
Totala ...H 14 17 M tl Totala ... t t n II 4
Boston 6 0 1 0 0 2 1 1-18
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 01
Two-base hits: . Tenney. Carney, Kit
trldge. Three-base hit: Jennings. Sacri
fice hit: Jxng. Stolen bases: Tenney,
Carney (?), Malarkcy. Double plays: I.ong
to Dexter to Tenney, Malarkey to Long to
, lnney, McFaddei to Jennings to Dootn.
IWt on bases: Boaton. 8: Philadelphia. 6.
First bsse on balls: On Malarkey, 4; off
McFadden, 7. Struck nut: By ktalarkey.
1; by McFadden, 2. Time: 1:35. Umpire:
Aaala Brooklyn's Vlctlaa.
Sept. 16 Brooklyn again
York today and won by the
Smith was put out of the
core of 7 to 2.
same In the
third inning for disputing
decision. Attendance, 1,1"".
BhKtard. If. 1 1
0 Bmarns, If... t
KMlar, rf.... I I
1 Hraas b a. e. 1
t HilUna. lb:, a
a.HroOM, rf a
CMcU'ljr. rf-tb a
0 Laudar, tb... t
HHmlth. Ik a
OW'ronln. rf... a
aitHian. aa a
. T II IT 11 1 Hokina
Batted for Miller In ninth Inning.
Brooklyn ..: I t t I II t I 07
New York, 1 0 0 0 0 1-1
' Earned runs: Brooklyn. S. Two-base
hits: Dolan, Irwin, Bresnahan. 8tolen
btkea: Hheckard, Dolao (2), FarreJI. Hit
ter. Jdrowne. McQann. Left on baae: New
HERE Tl,,is it.
Know by the aign
ST. JACOBS OIL
Rhcuiraattsin, Neuralgia. -ScUtUs.
IrniaVM, - Sarasa, illffnaai
York. ; Brooklyn, t Flrat baae on errora:
ftrnnklyn. S. t)ojble playa; C'ronln to
l reanaiiMn, funn to Mrtlinn. Struck out:
Hy Miller. S: hv Donovan. Haae on
bHila: Off Miller. 2: off Donovan. .1. Wild
pitch: MllWr. Time: 13S. Implrea: I La
tham !: Irwin.
Stanaliaai of Ike Team.
Played Won. I-oat. PC.
Plttahurrt 1 9.", 84 .7W
Urooklyn K'H 7o r .447
Boaton l.:t ,i m .MI
Inlnnatl 12s 64 4 ..vm
( hicaao 13t 4 M .
8t. Ixula 1M 6& M .447
Philadelphia K'H 61 7 .
New York 123 44 7 .35(1
No irnmea acheduled for today.
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
M. Paal Palla llaelf Oat al talaakai'
Matches with a Battlaat Rally
BT. PAft.. Sept. 16. The visitors had a
letting rally In the ninth and tied the
score, winning out In the tenth. Attend
ance, 30. Score:
COLlMBl g. I ' BT. PAt'I,.
ft H O A B. I R H O A .
Hart, lb I II 0 1 Turnr. ea...l 114
HMn. rf.... 1 a I a a Lumler. rf... 1 1 1
h. rirrd. cf. i t t a a ( h-th. it a i a a a
Turner, lb... I t t 1 Hi.ln. tb .a lata
vioi. tb a i a o rariuium. ib. t t it a
Knoll, If 1 t I a 0 Hurlrr, c ...0 alia
Mrrra, e I I a a a Mar-aa. aa... 1 1 I a
Hopkf aa ... a ail F.ian. Ib 1 I I I a
MrMaraln. p. a a a I a Miliar, p a t a t a
miir. p i a i a ei
Pox t a a a a Totala ... I t2 II I
Totala ... li 10 II 1 I
Hopke out. hit by batted ball.
Batted for MrMackln In the ninth.
Columbus 000020012 16
St. Paul 0 2 0 2 0 fl 1 0 0 0-5
Karned runs: St. Paul. 3: Columb.is. 1.
Two-base hits: Chech. McFsrlnn. Three
base hits: Miller, Muggins, McFarlan.
Sacrifice hits: Hurley, Marcan. Stolen
bares: Dumley. Knoll. Myers. First base
or, balls: Off Miller. 6; off MrMackln. 1;
off Bailey, 1. First base on errors: Colum
bus, 1. Deft on bases: St. Paul, 8; Colum
bus. 1ft. Struck out: By Miller, 2; by Mc
Mackin, 2; by Bailey, 2. Double play:
HupTKlns to Ferguson. Passed ball: Meyers.
Innings pitched: By Miller, 10: by Mc
Mackin. 8; by Bailey, 2. Time: 2:15. Um
swedes ProSt bp- Errors.
MINNEAPOLIS Sept. 16. -Toledo's ragged
fielding In the sixth inning, coupled with
the wlldnesa of McNiel, gave Minneapolis
five r.ins off two hits and made It three
atralaht for the locals. Attendance, duo.
R.H.O.A.B R.H.O. A K.
Lrnrk, lb.... lilt a'nilka. Ib a a 10 1 0
Lallr. If a 1 t 0 I Hon?. Ib J 1 0 1 0
Yoaaar, c... 114 1 Gler, cf a 1 1 I a
Wllmot, rf... 1 a t 1 riralTlna. r... 1 1 I a 1
Wrnt.n, lb.. 1 1 11 I IMllchll, of.. 0 t a 1
Quilling aa... 1 1 I I l:Hmlth. Ib....l 1110
BulllraN, tl. I M O'Cnsaaarall, rf a I 4 a 0
(Irani. 2b.... I 1 a 4 I Mm, If 0 1 1
N.wlln, p.... a 1 1 1 0 McNiel, p.... a a 1 4 1
Totala ... I 7 17 12 4 1 Toula ... f 114 10 t
Minneapolis 10002600 8
Toledo 00200200 16
Earned runs: Minneapolis. 1; Toledo, 1
Bases on balls: Off Newlln, 3; off Mc
Niel. 4. Two-baae hlta: Itllv, Cogswell,
Turner. Struck out: By Newlln, 8: by Mc
Niel, 8. Double playr Warden, unassisted.
Sacrifice hlta: Lynch, Sullivan. Stolen
bases: Werden (2), Daily. Left on base:
Minneapolis. 5: Toledo, 7. Timfc: 1:20.
StaaallBaT of tbe Teams.
Played. Won. Lost. PC.
Indianapolis .1,12 M 44 .667
Louisville 131 87 44 .664
St. Paul 131 ii M .54!)
Kansas City 130 64 66 .492
Milwaukee ..135 . ' 63 72 . 467
Columbua 134 , 01 73 . 455
Minneapolis 132 53 ' 79 ,4i)2
Toledo 136 42 83 ' .311
Gamta today: Cuiumbu at Ml!;u.W,
Toledo at Kansas Ciry, Indianapolis at
Mlnneapolla, Louisville at St. Paul.
BASE BALL MAGNATES MEET
Amerlraa I.eaa-ae aitaatloa la Sabjert
ef a Coafereaee Between
Owaers In New Tark.
NEW YORK. Sept. 16. With th Amer
ican league baae ball situation still under
Consideration, the National base ball club
owners resumed their .conference here to
day. The absence of Frank DeHaas Rob
Ison of St. Louis and James Hart of Chi
cago, however, will keep the meeting from
deciding upon any definite plan of action.
John T. Brush, chairman of the execu
tive committee, presided today and the
others present were Colonel J. J. Rogers
and John Reach of Philadelphia. Charles
Ebbitta of Brooklyn, Fred Knowles of New
York, Harry Pulliam of Pittsburg, Max
Fleishman of Cincinnati and A. 11. Sodon
It waa said today that the members of
the league executive committee had formu
lated two or three plans of action In the
contest with the American league, and
that the purpose of the present conference
waa to get a unit of exnreaalon uDon one
of the plans and empower the executive
committee to go ahead and carry the war
Into the American league's territory.
"The league," said Mr. Brush "has had
a moat aucceeaful season. Financially
speaking. It has been the most successful
season we have had in years. Of course.
It is admitted that hi Boston our rivals
have won out."
The National league magnates adjourned
tonight without having reached any plan
for the future as regards the American
league situation. The absence of Frank De
Haas Roblson of St. Louis and James Hart
of Chicago Is said to have blocked what
ever action was to be considered. John T.
Bruah announced that another conference
will be held September 24, at which both
Mr. Roblaon and Mr. Hart will be preaent.
THREE DOUBLE HEADERS NOW
Peoria Cornea ta Have 81s Ganaes
with Omaha la Three
Papa BUI Rourke will attempt to clean up
tlx remaining scheduled games with Peoria
In three days, playing two every day from
this aftemoou on, always beginning at 2:30.
When the Omahaa returned for the final
serine at home they had eighteen games lo
play In thirteen days. Thus far the weather
man has certainly been with them. It is
greatly to Omaha s Interest to be clear up
on game If possible. The Distillers' will
oppose the Rangera thus:
Omaha. Poaltlone. Peoria.
Wright ..First base Clark
Stewart Second baae ....O'Brien
Genlns Third baae Tlbald
SPRINGFIELD. Neb., Sept. l.-(8peclal
Telegram. 1 A very Interesting, , although
not a very c lone, game of ball waa played
here today between the champions of 1S92
and the preaent team of iWi. The 'V2 team,
composed of 8. L. Etnyre. Mahlon Brown,
Elmer tlerst, George Bates. II. Beerllne,
W. J. Hodemees. ('. K. Caihoan.. Josenh
Peters. Oscar Harlan, Harry Hardin, Wil
liam Hall and Georae W. Fox. wre tha
amateur champions of southeastern Ne
braska and western Iowa for the season of
1K. All of the former were present today
with the exceptions of Hall and Fox, the
former being In western Nebraska and the
latter In Montana. Considerable talk has
been going the rounds aa to whether or not
the prevent team waa as fast aa the former
team, which waa Bttled in todav'a game.
While the 'trla were handicapped bv lack of
practice. lor a wnue it aid some very last
work, but growing fatigued from ao much
work all at the same time, finally gava up
ine game ai me ana or ine niuin tuning by
a soure of 20 to 8. Uelat. Holderness. Rt-
nyre and Bates did the battery work for
the champions, while Clement and Bates
emulated for ine locals.
Palrbary Skats Oat Mrt'aok.
M'COOK. Neb.. Sett. M. (Snerlal Tele.
gram McCook Buffered a ahut-out at
airoury nana a today. (Score:
. R.H E.
Patrbury 0 0 1 1 1 84 8 4
McCook 0 0 0 00 T
Battertea: Falrbury, Redmond and La
ir ram-e; McCook. Jones and Doane. Struck
out: By Redmond. (; by Jones, a. Umpire:
. ... w . vr' a.,v. m, Ulll I ,
At Little Hock-Little Rock, 8; Cbatta-
. . A
At Memphis Memphis, t; Birmingham. 0.
At New Orleans New Orleans, D; At-
la the Weetera l.eaaiae. - . -
Dames today: Peoria at Omaha. ' St
r.a4h at Iwnver. Kansaa Clt at Uotosade
opt lugs, JaUwaukeo at Dag Mwlava,
DAN PATCH IS TOO SIM
Tins it Effort to Boat World' Eton),
riniiuinf ia 2:021-2.
BLIND RHYTHMIC TAKES EMPIRE PURSE
Has All the aeed Reaalrrd to Beat
Dalre for tield Brick Proves
aa Bad aa HI
NE YORK, Sept. 1. With perfect
weather, a good track and a large and
appreciative crowd, the great stallion Daa
Patch had every circumstance In hie favor
In hla effort to defeat old Father Time
and win the world's pacing record at the
Empire track today, but he did not do ao.
Accompanied by a running mate, the fa
mous eon of Joe Patchen Just eame out and
paced a preliminary mile In 1:11.
Speculation was active at 100 on two min
utes to 75 for faater. In his first effort
he went to the first quarter In 804 and
broke and came back. In his aecond effort
he went to the quarter In 30 and oa to
the half In 1:01, but tired badly and came
home all out in 2:02H. Tbe pacing record
of 1:684, held by Star Pointer, looks safe
for this year.
The first regular event of the day was the
15.000 Empire purse for the I:J0 trotters,
in which an orlglnslly good field dwindled
down to four starters, the blind wonder,
Rhythmic, selling for $500 to $450 for the
field, which consisted of Dulce Cor, the
faat Cansdlan gelding, Wentworth, and the
Callfornls-bred Kstrlsks Girl. The sight
less son of Oakland Baron had the speed
of the party and his victory was never In
doubt. ' He won In straight heats, with s
little to spare, In faat time.
In the $3,000 Yonkers purse. Direct Hal
waa s prohibitive favorite, but with Mm
barred, Gold Brick sold for $50 to $40 for
the Held. The racs was almost s wslkover
for Direct Hal, who won with lota In re
serve. In the 2:15 pace, Schley Pointer fcold at
$100, Dors Delphs $65 snd the field $15.
This was s rsce of bests, two In three,
snd tbe favorite closed it out with ease
snd was never in danger. Summary:
2:20 class, trotting, the Empire, purse
.'.00O. three In Ave:
Rhythmic, hr. h, by Oakland Karon,
dam by Strathmore (Hudson) ill
Duloe Cor, b. m. (Miller) 2 2 3
Wentworth. br. a. (McHenry) 8 8 3
Kntrlnka Olrl. b. m. (Toxier) ds
Time: 2:08, 2:0rf. 2:OK4.
2:20 class, pacing, the Yonkers, purse
$3.0110. three In five:
Direct Hal, b. n., by Direct-Bessie
Hal. bv Tom Hal (Oeera) 1 1 1
King Charles, ch. g. (Maloney) 2 2 8
Gold Brick, ch. g. (Spear) 4 4 2
Cotillion, b. h. (Snow) 6 4
Free Advice, b. g. (Miller) 5 8 6
Time: Z:07, Z:l'!H. ZW.
2:15 class, pacing, purse $1,000, two in
Schley Pointer, b. h., by Star Pointer,
dam by Captain (Nuckols) 1 1
Orrln B. b. g. (Walker) 3 2
Dora iX'ipna, n. m. (ionmis) z s
Monte Joe. or. g. (Kinney) 6 i
Mercury Wllkei (Dlckerson) 5 4
Garnet, ch. m (Miller) 4 5
Lucre, b. h. (Dunn) T 7
Time: 2K. 2:10.
Special to beat record of Star Pointer.
Dan fa tch. b. Ii.. by Joe Faluliiu-Zuilca,
by Wilkes Berry (Mctlenry) i Lost
PUGILISTS IN THE COURTS
Attorney General of Keatackp- Will
Attempt to Prevent Match
Schednled for Monday.
liOUISVILLE. Kv.. Sent. 16 tn accord
ance with Instructions received from Gov
ernor Beckham. Attorney General Pratt
filed today in the JsfXeraon circuit court
suit for an Injunction, seeking o prevent
the contest scheduled to take place De
fore the Southern Athletic club - at the
Auditorium here next Monday night from
being held In this city.
The motion for the Injunction will be
argued before Judge Emmetfleld of the
common pleas division of the circuit court
Thursday morning, and it Is expected that
decision will be handed flown promptly
In order that the status of the contest can
be determined at once.
Should the decision be aralnst the matcn.
the fighters' attorneyg say the case will be
taken at once to tne court or appeaia ana
will be pushed through in ample time for
the contest. The defendants to the .suit
are Terry McGovern, Sam H. Harris, his
manager; Young Corbett.' John F. Corbett,
his manager; James J. Corbett, the referee;
William F. Norton, owner of the Audito
rium: Robert C. Gray, manager, and the
Southern Athletic club and C. E. Lam-
bertson. sporting editor of a Cincinnati
paper, as a utorkholder.
The petition states that both Terry Mc
Govern and Young Corbett are professional
prlxe fighters, and In the fight each con
testant will exert hla utmost efforts to
disable his opponent. The petition further
declares that the proposed contest Is merely
a postponement of the fight arranged to
take place before the Nutmeg Athletic
club in Hartford, Conn., where an agree
ment was made to split the purse, 60 per
cent to the winner and 40 per cent to the
It Is alleaed that the Drlxe fight will
bring together a dangerous assemblage of
many thousand persons, which will have
a demoralising effect on the well-being of
the community, and that the contest Is
contrary to tbe laws oi tne state.
UNLUCKY DAY FOR THE JOCKEYS
Three of Them Get lajared la Falls
aad One Is In Serloaa
DETROIT. BeDt. !. Jockeys Kelly snd
Welch were injured In the steeplechase at
Windsor this afternoon. The former took
a bad cropper with Lord Farondale, the
oddavon favorite, at the seventh Jump, and
Cubanlte. in trying to avoid htm, also went
down. Kelly's collar bone was broken snd
Welch had hla head badly cut.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. if. Jockey Bay re nad
Ma left leg broken In four placea and waa
otherwlae Injured by being caught under
Joqueta, which he was riding In the first
race at Delmar today, falling on him. The
horse turned a complete somersault, break
ing his neck. The boy was removed to tne
hospital badly Injured.
Creatoa Fair a Winner.
CRESTON. Ia.. Sent. 18. (Special Tele-
gram.) The opening day of the Creslon
district fair was a decided success. Be
sides the races there was an Elks' parade.
a flower parade, a rant ana a slow mule
ace and other special reatures. summary
Special pace, 2:35 clasa:
Freddie M 1 8 2
Idy Guy 8 2 8
Drummer Boy 4 4 4
TUue: 2:li, 2:. 2..t14.
One-half mile heat,, colt race:
Mattie M 1 1
Rosa Lee 2 I
Time: 1:, 1:35.
Elks' Derby, five furlongs:
low McCorkle ill
Dr. Moot us 1 1 2
Dick Gray 8 3dr
Highland Prince 4 4dr
Robs Lee $ 3dr
Time: 1:04. 14, 1:04 Sa
To Amead the Game Law.
SIOUX FALLS. 8. D.. Sept. 16.-(Spec!il.)
It ia probable that an effort will be made
during the session of the legislature next
winter to have the state game law amende !
to the extent of requiring local hunters to
pay $2 each for licenses to shoot praliie
rhlckena. Thla. with the $10 required to be
paid by" outalde huntera, would, it ia argued,
bu a good aource of revenue, and bealdcs,
In the opinion of those who are agitating
the matter, would have a tendency to cut
out a lot of huntera who never have a gun
in their hands except on Seotetnber 1 of
each year, and do not hunt for the sport
there la In It. but simply because . their
friends and acquaintances do. It la be
lieved a amall local license would do away
with a great deal of thla and leave the
chickens open to those who enjoy tba
aport and are willing to pay for it.
t halleaae of l.lltn.
LONDON. Sept. 16. The challenge of Sir
Thomas I.lpton for another sertea of racea
for the America's cup will be forwarded
within a few days, so as to reach the New
York Yacht club October 1.
Ta Organise Foot Ball Team.
SIOl'X FAI LS. 8. D Sept. 14. 8peclaL i
At a mecUiiC of a number ut young man
St Dell Raplda It waa decided tn organise a
foot ball team, snd the following officers
were elected: Manager, James Munroe;
captain, 8. Smith. The mn'nbera of tne
team propose to put In some nard work
and expect to be able to hoi. I their own
with other teama In that put of the state.
Ball Sells far Tea Thoaaaad Dollars.)
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind . Sept. 1.-At tbe
stock yards today Clem Graven, owner of
the Bunker Hill farm, sold the Hereford
bull Crusader to Edward F. Hawkins of
Earl Park, Ind.. for $10,000.
GOLD IS COMING THIS WAY
Yellow Metal Belagr Imparted from
Aostralla aad Sooth Africa by
tew York Bankers.
NEW TORK, Sept. 1$. J. 4V W. Belig
mss sV Co. snnouncs tbst they will receive
$1,250,000 gold from Australia. Tha (old
will reach San Frsnclaco on October I.
Fully $1,000,000 of the gold obtained by
the National City bank from South African
sources leaves London Monday for this port,
per steamship Majestic. The bslance will
follow shortly. Officials of the bank de
cline to make any explanation of the
mechanism by which this (old wss di
verted from Its origins! destination, except
to say that the transaction Is without
special feature. Intimations from an au
thoritative qusrter Indicate thst tbe South
African consignment will amount to more
TRUST SELLS DECAYED MEAT
Evidence to Prove that It la Chem
ically Prepared and Placed
Upon the Market.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 16. Partly dwayed
meat, which bad been treated chemically to
hide Its condition, ss well as sausages, po
tatoes, flour, unhealthy kidneys ground up
snd other sdulterstions were sold In Bt.
Louis snd other large cities of the country
between August 80, 1899, and May 1, 1902,
by the members of the packers' trust, ac
cording to testimony given today by Thomea
O'Sullivan, meat snd live stock Inspector cf
O'Sulllvan wss ths first witness called by
Attorney General Crow, when the taking cf
testimony was resumed by Bupreme Court
Commissioner Keinle in the beef truat In
FUNERAL OF W. S. STRATTON
Services Are to Be Thursday at Late
Home with Interment In Charce
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. Sept. H.
The body of the late W. S. Stratton will
lie In stste in the Mining Exchange from
i to I o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The fu
neral services will be - held at Mr. Strst
ton's lats home Thursday morning at 10
o'clock snd will be private. The Interment
ceremonies st Evergreen cemetery will be
conducted by the Mesons at 2 p. m. Thurs
day, but only relatives, pallbearers snd
close friends will accompany the body to
COOLER AND SHOWERS TODAY
Weather Foreeaater Gives Kebraaka
and Kansas m. nallty Kot Asked
for Tfor Waated.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 16. Forecast:
For Nebrsska snd Kansas Cooler; show-
ers Wednesdsy; warmer in weet portions
For North Dakota Fair In weat; showers
and cooler in eaat portion Wednesday;
Thursday fair. i
For South Dakota Fair In west; cooler
and showers in central and east portion
Wednesday; Thursday fair. probably
For Montana Fair ' Wednesday; warmer
In west portions; Thursday fair snd
For Colorado Partly cloudy and cooler
Wednesday; probably showers In east por
tion; Thursday fatr. warmer."
For Wyoming Fair Wednesday; fair
For lows Showers Wednesday; cooler In
wrat portion; Thuraday fair.
For Missouri Partly cloudy Wedneaday;
probably ahowera and cooler In west por
tion and st nli;ht In eaat portion; Thurs
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, Sept. 16. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the past three
1902. 1901. 1909. 1S99.
Maximum temperature ..80 63 69 72
Minimum temperature ... 59 49 45 67
Mean temperature 70 56 62 64
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 T
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for thla day and since March 1,
Normal temperature 63
Excess for the day 7
Total excess since March 1 S3
Normal precipitation 10 Inch
Deficiency for the day 10 inch
Total rainfall since March 1 21. 90 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 2.27 inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1901... 6. SS Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1900... 2.05 Inches
Reports from stations at T . s.
CONDITION OF THsl
North Platte, cloudy
Salt Lake City, clear
Rapid City, raining
Huron, partly cloudy
St. Louis, clear
St. Paul, cloudy
Kansas City, partly cloudy
Helena, partly cloudy
Galveston, partly cloudy'
751 80 .00
66i 71 .00
5 72 .00
66 68 .00
46 6til .04
70 781 .00
42 60 T
66 721 .00
74 82 1 .00
72 78 .00
7 7S .00
76 82! .00
46 48! .10
441 46 . 01
4H 62 j .00
80 82 .00
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
U A. WELSH.
Local Forecast Official.
Eiercorg and potash
ONLY SERVE AS A. MASK FOR
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
They hide its repulsive form, and this serpent disease,
stupefied by these drugs, lies dormant until the effects have
X - a a i. J - j : A: .a i t , ,
wuiu uu ur ircaiiucui is uisconunucu, wacn ir. preaits down
the mask and becomes as full of life and venom as ever. Mercury and Potash
may dry up the 6orea and eruptions, but at the same time they drive the
poison back into the blood and aystem, where it feeds upon the tender tissues,
membranes and nerves, finally breaking out in most disgusting sores and
even destroying tbe flesh and bones.
Mercury and Totash cannot accomplish a radical .and permanent cure.
They have a palliative but not curative effect upon this treacherous snake
like disease. These drugs produce mercurial Rheumatism, destrov the teeth
and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bowels, causing inflammation
ana ayspepsia, nervousness ana general derangement of tlie system.
S. S. S. is a Specific for Contagious Blood Poison, and the only antidote
for the peculiar virus that spreads ao quickly throughout the system, cor
rupting the blood and infecting every organ and fibre of the body.
Writ: us about your case and onr
( wn uuugc uoj boius- vcauncm nooic
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
City Officials Will Icaiat Upoa Soildinr of
QUESTION IS RAISED ABOUT BOND ISSUE
Lawyers Doubt that Hoada Voted to
Tahe l Overlap Waald Be Leant
Masoaa to Entertnln
A few daya ago Councilman Welsh called
the sttentlon of the city officials to the
fact that the provisions of the permanent
aldewalk ordinances were not being lived
up to. Had there been s meeting of the
municipal sutboritles last night some ac
tion would have been taken. Even as It
wss, tbe chairman of the street snd alley
committee Instructed the city clerk to
send notices to those who bsve not com
plied with the ordinance, stating that un
leaa permanent walks were laid within
fifteen days the wslks would be fenced In
snd would remsln so until the property
owners had time to sttend to the letting
ef contrsrts for either brick or stone walks.
Notices of this kind will be mailed today to
nonresident property owners, while local
owners will be served with personal no
tices by one of the employes ef the police
"There will be no foolishness about this
order," said s councilman laat night. "We
have given the people all summer to com
ply with the ordinances slready on tha
books snd those who hsve taken no steps
to Improve their property will have to
suffer. Some property owners have an idea
that they have a pull and can get along
without obeying the orders of the council,
but this la not the case. We propose to
avert, as far as possible, all damage suits
caused by reason of defective sidewalks,
and therefore want to get sll wslks In
good condition before winter."
Serloaa Staeatlon Ralaed.
Since the talk of voting bond a to take
up the preaent overlap of about $62,000
has come up tbe question has been raised
ss to whether the city can legally do thla.
C. W. Lambert, formerly city attorney, al
ways held that an overlap In any of the
funds was illegal, ss thr city Is not per
mltted by the charter to expend more
money than tbe annual levy amounts to.
For this reason Mr. Lambert and other
attorneys hold that auch sn Issue of bonds
even though csrried by a majority vote of
the people, would be Illegal and the bonds
would not be accepted by esstern buyers.
As for the proposition to vote bonds for
a city hall building, some people do not
deem tbe time opportune, ss It is stated
that the city Is In debt enough now with
out going in sny deeper.
The question of providing for the overlsp
Is a serious one, as it keeps growing from
yesr to year. One member of the council
said laat evening that the only remedy he
could see was a change in the charter
whereby the city would be permitted to In
crease Its indebtedness snd thus stop ths
payment of interest to a great extent
With this ides In view a committee of the
council Wlii aoou be deieKaled lu ao uVef
the preaent charter snd prepare an amended
charter, which will be presented to the next
legislature for approval.
Masoaa Will Entertain.
Members of Bee Hive lodge No. 184, An
cient, Free snd Accepted Masons, will give
a reception to tbe past maaters of the
lodge on Saturday evening of this week st
Masonic hall. A literary and musical pro
gram has been prepared and invitations
were issued yesterday. Those 'who hsve
been given pieces on the progrsm are: Miss
Maude Henry, Mrs. J. R. Csrter, Mrs. H.
C. Richmond, Luther M. Kuhns, Mrs. B.
E. Wilcox snd John J. Mercer. The past
masters of the lodge era: Jsmes Gilbert,
E. C. Hsywood, C. C. Stanley. W. B. Wy
man, J. B. Watklns, C. L. Talbot, A. B.
Farrar, C. W. Miller, B. E. Wilcox. J. C.
Buchanan, J. W. Hastings. Of this number
of past masters two are deceased, James
Gilbert snd E. C. Hsywood.
Kenyan Recjoeats Delay.
At the reqoeBt of W. J. C. Kenyon. gen
eral manager of the Union Stock Yards
company, the postal authorities have con
sented to s delay of one month in the
opening of a sub-postal station in the Ex
change building. Mr. Kenyon aaaerts that
he cannot secure fixtures snd fit up the
portion of the lobby reserved for the gov
ernment sub-ststlon In tbe manner he wants
to within at least a month. This delay will
hardly cauee any Inconvenience to the com
mission men at the yards, as the malls srs
well handled now. It is understood that a
superintendent snd two clerks will be as
signed lo duty at thla sub-ststlon when It
School Board C'enanred.
On tbe streets yeeterday members of tha
Board of Educstlon were censured for ap
pointing s truant officer at a salary of $75
a month when two offers had been made
by well-known citizens to do ths work for
$50 a month. The office is considered some
thing of a sinecure, consequently there has
been considerable rivalry over its poaaea
aion. For eeveral meetings the queatlon
came up regularly, but Monday night the
board settled the matter by electing John
Jsckman. Several members of the Tsxpay
era' league were preaent when this action
waa taken and It la understood that steps
will be tsken to Induce the board to re
duce the salary of the truant officer In or
der to ssve the school district money, which
it is stated is needed tor other purposes.
Eagles' Special Meeting.
On Friday evening of this week the local
lodge of Esgles will hold a session for ths
purpose of Initiating s number of candi
dates. Following the Initiation and the en
tertainment refreshments will be served.
Secretary Thompson snd ths other officers
of the aerie request every member to attend.
Tax List Filed.
City Treasurer Hows bss instituted a
new sytem In ths tressurer's office? In
times gone by property owners would call
s. s. 3. destroys the serpent, and eliminates
every atom of poison from the blood and at the same
time builds up the general health. S, S. S. contains
no minerals of any kind, but is a purely vegetable
remedv and WC offer il.ooo for Toroof tn the rnntrarv
phvsiciana will rh.efrf.i11v a.lvU with.
will be sent free to all who desire it.
WIFT SrtCIFIC COMPANY. Atl.iU. St.
at the treasurer's office snd dispute the
smount of personal taxea due. Thla year
the slips for personal taxea made out and
signed by the property owners have been
bound snd Died sway in the city vaults. Now
when a taxpayer disputes hla peraonal taxes
he will be confronted with his own signa
ture, which epecifiea the amount charged
agalnat him. The binding of these aheeta
coats very little snd Treasurer Howe says
mat they will be of great value to hlra
when the 1902 taxes commence coming In.
o toancll Medina.
hrough a mlaunderatanding some of the
members of the council thought that s
meeting would be held laat night. When
there waa no quorum Monday night tbe
body merely adjourned. That meant that
the next meeting would be held on Sep
tember 29 unless a special call was Issued.
When It was understood laat night how
the records stood thoae who showed up left
snd Clerk Shrlgley wsa not even called
upon to call the roll. There was no bust
neas of Importance to be tranaacted.
Magic tltjr finsalp.
William Maberrv. who has been sick for
some time, was reported quite low last
Ell IT. Doud was In the cllv vestenlnv for
a few hours and called upon his many
Mrs. Elizabeth Bulla of Albany. Mo., Is
here visiting her son. James 11. Holla
Twenty-second and M streets.
St. Martin's guild will meet with Mrs. B.
E. Wlh ox. Twenty-fourth and J streets.
this afternoon. All members are requested
iu uj present.
Mrs. Melissa Buckncr. Twentv-slxth snd
O streets, died yesterday. Funeral serv
ices will be held at the house Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be at
l.aurei itui. cemetery.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 16. Another riot
occurred at the Presidio today. Five hun
dred soldier, 'chagrined at being molested
In their attempt to destroy the saloon of
Adolph Rehfleld last night, gathered Is
front of the place again today snd began
atoning the building, breaking windows snd
doing other damage. Rehfleld left ths sa
loon In charge of his wife snd proceeded to
the Presidio to get Bid. During his sbeene
the soldiers broke In the front doors snd
the mob proceeded to drink up Rehfleld's
stock and to make swsy with the cigars
nnd tobacco. A squad of soldiers from the
reservation appeared on ths scene snd the
riotous soldiers were ordered to their
cempa. Mounted police and s guard of sol
diers now patrol the district which has
been the scene of much disturbance during
the past few days.
WOMAN JUMPS INTO A WELL
Sarah Ronnd. Wile of Wealthy Man of
t'nrllnv Hie. Illinois. Takes
Her Own Life.
CARLIN V1LLE. 111., Sept. 16. Mrs. Sarah
Bound, wife of Harry Bound, one of the
most prominent and wealthy cltltens of this
city, committed suicide early thla morning
by Jumping Into a well.
She left her bed during the night with
out the knoweldge of the family. Ill-health
ia given ss the reason. She was a rela
tive of Robert Parker, who laat week shot
himself through the head.
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