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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1903.
KANSAS CITY TARES THIRD
With Eanderi to the Bo th. Yiiitort Tiad
. ray Bailing.
TEN HITS AND MANY Of THEM BUNCHED
Cable PHht lor Nichols Aggregation
an Keep, All tmtktii nut
Carter OiMilif Tfcroagh-
oat the Gam.
succeeded him. did much better. Mitchell,
who twirled for the I'Mlllee. l erratic,
three wild Pitches being chsrged against
him. Attendance, 1.2). Score:
T. LOUIS. 1 PHILADELPHIA
R.H O A E I KHOA B
I 1 I Ttrnnll. ef.. lit
VUleaaon, lb . I 1 f
1 OWoli I I, tb. 1 1 I
O K.i.ter, rf ... lit
(VTIIua. If 1 I (
t cn.rrr. lb.... I 1
1 eiHuUwItt. n. 1 1 1
t Rnth. e 1111
Jj.Ntltcb.il, .. 1 4
. t 1 II
7. .. 4 I aj
tal, .. T f tT il l
I t it 14 1
....0 1 0 1 0 0 3 '-7
1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 06
Pt. Louis, f. Two-bane
Rvan. Three-base hit:
Kansas City mads It two out of three
yesterday, afternoon by winning from the
Knurkeltes by a score of t to 1 Banders
was In the box for the locale and was hit
freely at times, most of the hits belnai
bunched for runs.. Cable was a puszl to
the locals and they only found him for six
scattered hits, mostly of the scratch va
riety. Kansas City started out strong and
Ketcham and vValdron each got a triple
first thing, scoring one run. They garnered
a second run the neat Inning on Webster's
double and slnglea by Ketcham and Wald
ron. Omaha's first run cams In the third. Oond
Ing reached first on a bad throw of Kahl's
to first and went to third on Carter"s single.
Then Jacobs threw badly to first and Oond
tng scored.' In ths sixth Kansas City made
(Things look worse for the locals after two
men were out. Kahl was on first and
'Webster banged out a triple and came In
with a second acore for the Inning on
V In their half of the sixth the Omahas
Started out as If they were going to do
things. Carter singled and Oenlns forced
htm out at second. Miller followed with a
single and Bhugart was erased at first.
Welch was up next and Cable got cold feet
and gave him a pass without any argu
ment That filled the bases, but Thomas
tailed to make good and It was all over,
Ths lucky seventh only brought In one
mora run and Omaha never had another
good chance to score, while Kansas City
got Its fifth score In the eighth with two
men out., .
Carter was the only Omaha man who
could find Cable with ease yesterday, tak
ing three hits out At four times at bat.
Bhugart made a beautiful running catch of
Weeks' fly In the first Inning and retired
the aide when It looked as If Kansas City
would score once more.
. .. AB. R. BH. PO. A. C
Ketchem, cf...,. 1
Waldron, rf 6 0
Strelh, lb 5 0
Jacobs, ss I 1
'Weeks, If... , 4 0
Kahl, b.. ....... .. 4 1
WebHter, Zb 4 t
Messltt, o 4 0
Cable, p 4 0
Bmoot. 8aorin.ee hits: Currle. Titus. Double
lays: Burke to Hackelt to Demont, Bmoot
o Hmont. Rtolen hnses: Hurke. l'emonl.
Hulewltt. Hit hy pitched ball: By Mitchell.
1:. Wild pitches: By Mltoheil, . Bases on
balls: Off Currle, I: off Murrrhy. 3, ore
Mitchell. 4. Btnick out: By Currle, 1; by
Mitchell. 1. Left on bases; Ht. Louis, s:
hllarielnhla, 7. Innings pitched: y cur
rle, 31; by Murphy, Hits: Off Currle,
on Murnhy. 6. Time; l:. empire:
Standing at the Tea so,.
York at Pittsburg. Brooklyn at St. Louis,
'hlladelphla at Cincinnati.
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Phillies Twice Dona White Sox,
Tksaki to Bender and
PHILADELPHIA. Julv 15. The Chsm-
f'ions and Chicago played a double-header
oday. the locals winning both. Bender and
1'ianK were in nne form ana sept inn vim
tora' few hlta arattared. Patterson and
Owen were hit freely, the latter retiring In
favor of Altrock. Attendance, Dcure
phii inn phi i Chicago.
R.H.O.A I I K.n.u.A.a.
1 0 0
I t 0 0
0 11 0 0
0 10 0
0 1 t 1
a i o
0 0 1 0
8 H 1
BH. PO. A. E.
10 0 0
0 16 1
0 I 0 1
0 It 1 0
0 t 1 0
01 s o
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
"5 n ii 1
10 1 1-10
2. Left on
Carter, rf... 4 0
Oenlns, ss 4 0
Miller, if 0
Bhugart, 2b 4 0
Welch, cf. ....... y 0
Thomas, lb.... r.. 4- . 0
Hlckey, tb I 1
Oondlng, o 1
Banders, . p I 0
Wright , I 0
"Shafstal 1 0
Totals.. SS 1
Wright batted fop Oondlng In ths ninth,
"Bhafstal batted for Banders In the ninth.
ftuns by- innings:
Kansas City... ..,.,. 1 1000
Omaha 0 0 10 0
Hits by Innings: "
Kansas City i S 0 0 0
Omaha 10 10 0
Earned runs: Kansas City,
. in.. . .. i
Danes: - nunHi viir, i, vawa. ''
base on balls: Off Cable, I; off Sanders, 1
Btrnrk out: By Cable, t: by Handera
Two-base hits: - Webster, Jacobs, Hlckey
... . , I ...... I, - m W'a 1 H .... m VL'aK.
Btrelb. Time: i:Vy . umpire: acvtrw
Das Molaea Ones I'ader.
rtv.n MfilNM. Julv IE. Des Moines lost
today's game In the first and second, when
the visitors batted Cushman for seven
rum Attendance. 700. Score:
' ' ' R HE
Bt Joseph S4001101 0-10 18
Des Moines.... 00 021001048
Batteries: J3es Moines. Cushman, Barry
and Fohl; Bt. Joseph, Ulade and McConnell.
reorla Wins After Errors,
. COLORADO BPHING8. July 15. Peoria
won a game full of errors after ths bom
team had a good lend. A shower during
the game made the grounds unlit for play
Peoria ..........1 0 0 J 1 1 I 0-10 13
Colo. Springs. 1 I I M M I 1-IU i
Batteries Peoria, Olmstead and Wilson;
Colorado 8prlngs, Jones and Doran.
. Denver Has. Easy Time.
DENVER. July 15. Today's game was
slow and the home team won an easy vic
Scors: ' R.H E.
Denver ........ 14181 10 -ll I 8
Milwaukee .... 1 00. 0 02 10 1 60S
Batteries Whltrldge and Bchlei; Vollen
dorf and Braun.
llaycd. Won. Lost.
Ift on baas: Detroit, ; New Tork. 10.
Two-baae hits: Mullln, Williams. Conroy.
Three-base hit: Bmlth. Sacrifice hits: Bar
rett Crawford, htnien bases: carr. long.
Fults. Conroy. Flrnt bs.e on balls: tiff
Mullln, 4. on woire. l. rirat wise on er
rors: Prtrolt, 2: New York, 2. Hit by
rltch"d ball: By Mullln, 1. Struck out:
By Mullln. (: by-Wolfe, 3. Paused ball:
Bevllle. Time: 2 06. I'mplre: Sheridan.
standing- ot the Trams.
Played. Won. Lost.
Boston 73 47 2S
Philadelphia ..73 43 )
Cleveland 70 32
New York R ti 31
Detroit ffl 34 34
Chicago fi 81 3i
Ft. Louis 37
".Vashlna-ton 70 21 49
Games today: Chicago at Philadelphia.
Bt. Louis at Washington, Detroit at New
York, Cleveland at Boston. ,
Hrti.l. U.. t
Pv.krlo, ef I
1iti lb.... I
U Crou. Ib. 1
Srybold, rf... t
m. rrou. m.
Powrm, e..., 1
Bandar, p.... 1
I li',lhn. Ib.
tyUhall, lb ...
1 1 I
1 4 1
1 ITannehlll, 1
lisiattarr. e... 1
I 0 Patterson, p. 1
I UtHallaua ...
Totals ...11 14 till J Totalt ...1 I 14 11 I
xBatted for Patterson In ninth Inning.
Philadelphia. 0 0 0 1 0 4 8 0 11
Chlcato 0.0 0 0 2 0 4 0 17
Earned runs: Philadelphia. 7: Chicago, 1.
Two-base hits: Jones. Pickering, iJavIs
Home run: Callahan. Sacrifice hit: Hart-
zel. Stolen base: Plckerina. Double plays:
M. Cross to Davis, Tannehill to labell. Left
on bases: .Philadelphia, a: cmcago,
First base on balis: Off Bender, Hit by
pitched ball: M. Cross, Slattery, Jones,
Green. Struck out: By Bender, 4; by Pal
terson, 1. -Tims: 1:35. Umpire; Hassett.
PHILADELPHIA. I CHICAOO.
a.M.o.A.n. , r.h.o.a.K
Plckarlaa. el 1 I I Holmaa. If... 0 I
r.. l 11SS S'Jnnea. ef 1110
I 1 9 urean, n.. .. i. a v
1 0 o'callahan, Ib. 1 1
I 1 llliball, lb ... 0 0 111
I l'Maiooa, Ib.. 1 4
oiTananhlll. aa 1 1 t
I olsiattarr. ... 4 4 1
I tlOwana. p.... 1 I 4
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Bt. Pant Climbs Down to Second Plaee
When Toledo Scores a
ST. PAUL. July 15 Inability to hit
Coughlln, combined with erratic fielding, put
a Derlod to St. Paul's brief enjoyment to
leadership honors. Shannon's batting was
a feature. Attenance 460. Score:
TOLEDO. I ST. PAIL.
Smith, rf 6 1 f 0 (nlT-. aa 1041
Ownii. at ... 1 1 1 I 1 Shannon, cf. I I I
Hoffman. If.. 1110 Uarkann. rf.. 0 I
Turner, lb... 1 1 11 (U Klournor. If. 1 1 1 I
R.lillnj, cf.. 11 I HulKlna, Ib. 1 I
Klrinoa, c... 0 0 I I l'K-ll7. lb... 1
lhaub, Ib... 114 1 1 Wheelar, Ib.
Chilli, tb.... 114 1 (iflulllran, C... J J
Cou(hlin, p.. I tuFcrtuion, p. t I 1
Total, . . 4" f 17 II V Total, . . 4 4U4 1 4
xReisilng out, bunt third strike.
Toledo 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0-
Bt. Paul 200101000-4
Earned runs: St. Paul. 2: Toledo. 2. Two-
bane hits: Shannon, Owens, Hoffman.
Three-bane hlta: Shannon, Hoffman. Home
run: t lournoy. stolen bases: onannmi.
Base on balls: Off Ferguson, 1; off Cough-
lln, 8. Hit by pitched ball: By f erguaon,
1: by CouKhiln. 1. Sacrifice hits: Cough-
lln, Relating Turner, Jackson. Struck out:
by Coughlin. 2; by Ferguson. 1. Douhle
plays: Flnumoy and Hugglns; Owens and
Turner. Lett on boses: St. Paul, 2; Toled.,
6. Passed ball: Sullivan. Time, l:.
Brewers Go Up Again.
MILWAUKEE. July 15 Hedges, a L-
year-old pitcher from Paducah, ky., nn
today's game from Louisville, although hit
hard at times. Egan was easy for Milwau
kee In the third, allowing six hits. Attend
ance 500. Score:
R.H.O.A.K. I k.ii.u.a a.
BohiftVy. lb. 1 t 1 ,!Kerwla. rt...
lb. 1111 OHrt. lb l
1 nraahear.. Ib. v
i-'Odwall, cf... 1
OiSulllvan, Ib. 1
fore Justice Greenbaum today and asked
that the hearing In the case of '.the New
York National league club atatVist Nor
man Elbefteld, the shortstop, be postponed
until Monday. Hie caw Is to prevent El
berfeld playing with the New ork Ameri
can league. The adjournment was granted.
ENJQIN DAVISFROM PLAYING
Chleaga American Ball Magnate, Ob
tain Injnnctloa Asralast Dis
NEW YORK, July IS George K. Davis,
sl.ortstop of the American League baxe
bsll club of Chicago, was served at the
Brighton Beach rare track with a tempo
rary injunction restraining him from
playing with any other club until October,
'i'he Injunction was obtained from United
States Circuit Judge Thomas, and is re
turnable on August 8.
The writ was granted on the ground that
the Chicago club holds a written contract
with Davis for Ms servlres outing the Sea
sons of 1902-3. Davis played with the Chi
cago dun during the s-ason of 1&'2, but
afterwards signed with the New York Na
tional League club for 1;13. He has not
played since July 8. On that date he left
New York with the local cub for the open
ing of a series of games in Chicago on
July 4. Objection was raised to his play
ing and he took no part in the games.
Sexton Fines Ball Fighters.
COLORADO SPRINGS. Julv IB Pn.nl-
dent M. P. Sexton of the Western league
today fined Captain Bill Everltt of the
Colorado Springs team Urn and Umpire J. J.
Kelly $25 for fighting at Des Moines on
Thursday. Shortstop Francks was warned
tnat u reported again tor an offense he
would be sevcrejy punished.
Arapahoe is Shot Oat. ,
HOLDREGE. jVeb.. Julv 13 (Sneclal
Telegram.) Holdrege defeated Arapahoe
here today in a pitcher's battle,- by the
score of 1 to It. Gray for Holdrge was in
solvable. Batteries: HoUirege, Gray and
Doane; Arapahoe, Salens and Patten.
lilts: iioltlreice. 8: Arapahoe. 4. terrors:
Holdrege, 1; Arapahoe, it.
McCook Wins Loose Game.
M'COOK. Neb.. July 15 (Sneclal Tele
gram.) McCook won' from Glllner this
Ktternoon in a game replete with errors on
l oin smes. l ne winning scores were made
In the last half of the ninth lnnlny in a
rather sensational finish. Score, 14 to 13.
The same clubs play here tomorrow.
Poaahua, lb. 1
Wood, at.... 1
TJnglaub. Ib. t
Hemphill, cf. 1
DatileaTjr, It. 1
Oanltr, rf... 1
Htona, p 0
Hadgea, p.... t
It 24 I 1
L. Croaa, Ik,
M. Craaa, a,
Powara, ,. ..
... i an u il
1 Total, ... 1 t 14 It 1
htladalnhla. 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 6
Chlcsao 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Earned runs Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, l.
Two-base hlta: Pickering, L. cross, an,
Cross. Powers. Three-base hit: Callahan
Sacrifice hit: Jones.' Stolen bases: Holmes,
Dav e. M. Cross. Double Plays: siagoon,
to Tannehill to Isbell, Murphy to M. Cross
to Shreck. Left on bases: Philadel
phia. ; Chicago, I. First base on balls: ore
irwen. i : on jliixock. a, uu rmn,
h nltrhed balls: llatooti. Davis. Struck
out: By Owen, 2; by Plank, 5. Innings
pitched: By Owen. S; by Altrock, . l'ro
Dortlon of hits: Off Owen, . Passed ball:
Blattery. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Hasaett.
Washington Tvk.es Good One. .
ToUl, ... I 11 17 10 l1
Milwaukee 0 0 5 0 1
Louisville 0 1 0 2 0
Earned rune: Milwaukee, 6; Louisville,
a Tn.hu hlta- Kuilivan. Wood. Brash-
ear, Qulnlan, Hart. Odwell. Three-base
hit: Shafley. Home run: Odwell. Stolen
Siiliivon rivmnr (21. HamDhlll. Dun-
Inavy. Base on Dans: un niuno, i, v..
Esan. 3. Struck out: By Stone, 2; by
Hedtres. 4: by Esran. 3. Left on bases:
Milwaukee. : Louisville, . Time. 2:00,
Kam Win In Third.
riH9ia rtrv Julv 1R. Five hlta. in-
rliwllnv homo run and two doubles, aiaea
by two errors and a sacrifice,- gave Kansas
City six runs ana me gum, in mo mn"
Inning. Attenaance, iuu. iscore;
VAVflAfl rtTr I INDUNArULlS.
Rothtuaa, t. 1 Hotrlaw, il o i
1 f OX. ID V -
I V, altera, IB., v i a
Nanca, Ib. .
Leawa, aa. .
McAnd'w. Ib 1
Olbaon, p.... 1
Total, ...II 11 IT 10 I
Havdon. e... t 4
CoHllar. cf.. 1 I
Jonea, rf 2 1
Nlchola, lb.. I 1
TansMtt, tb.. II
Marcan. aa... 1 1 t
Alltrmaac, p. I 1
ToUl, .. I 1 14 It I
T.- . -! 04S0I00I IS
Indlnnanolis 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 t-r i
rr 1... ,! Nnnra tzi. AlDAIlurcaB,
niiuiw:TPnv Julv is Washlnrton and I riradv (2). Walters. Nichols, Jones. Home
.. . . , , i ...i,in, m. in,i,v I t ' saprirL-A. hlL . McA ndrews.
P.1- f,u'v? ?kV. " V. Teif m battPng tXSm hes: Glbiwri. ' Gear, Nldiols.
I.i .I Wnb, I !. T.mutl tn KlchOlS to W OOd-
ana in, isuer in nriuin. ..- muuun ri , - ,ii..n nft
,u ni won thfl aume in me uiei m-1 rurr. uases on uaiim. -
nm. on two tremendous drives with no one Allemang, I. Struck out: By .Gibson,
out7 Selbach and Coughlin were put out by Allemang, 8. N lid pitch:
ne th tn for arruinar with the umpire. I nn haaea: Kansas City, ,
H.ll.u. A.a, I
If or, a,
galbaca, rt ..
Burkatt. if... 1 0
eiUldrtck, ef. t I
biMcCor'k, lb. I
VAnderaon. lb. 4 0
4-Wallaoa. aa.. t t
blKaboa. , 1 11! 1
01 Hill, Ib 4 111
CHPow.lL p.... I
Olea Tremble In Math
wTuurionTra Tnl v IK Columbus was
never dangerous till the ninth inning today,
' J. ' . ,in.iu .nrl a double it came
WIIBU Ull ."W . , mn w Jill V.A.Ll,.,
near tlelng tne score, jnuucvi."- 7 "'" " I third, nme: 1:14.
Harvard Heat Hastings.
HASTINGS. Neb.. Julv IS. f Snpclal Tle.
gram.) At a game played between Hastt
lngs and Harvard on the home grounds
this afternoon the visitors won by a score
of 11 to 4. Batteries: liasunas. Alace end
PhafTelbarger; Harvard, Mans and Rosen
baum. Umpire: W. B. AuDleman.
Games In Three-1 Leagae.
At Cedar Ranlds Cedar PanMa tn- ni
Island, 0. '
At DavenDort Bloomlna-ton. 5- ria van.
pot t, 1.
At Dubuque Springfield, 4; Dubuque, 1
At Rockford Kockford, I; Decatur, 7.
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Horses Fall In Iter York Bteenle.
chase, Injarlng Their
XEfW TORIC. Julv IK rtavv ih. ha..
of Howard Grata, who fell In Aha steeple
chase, was hurt and later removed to the
iiuKimai. uson, also one of the
riders who fell, had his collar bone broken.
. I'",rsJLJ',w:' one m11 n1 sixteenth, sell
ing: The Regent won, Albany Girl second.
Mary worth third. Time: 1:49.
Second race, steeplechase, about two
miles: Valdes won, Foxhunter second,
Woolgatherer third. Time: 4:21. Kufa
pulled up and John Ruskln, Rose of Sharon
and Howard Grata fell.
'Ihird race, six furlongs, handicap: Toung
Henry won. Flying Buttress second. De
murrer third. Time: 1:13 4-6.
Fourth race, six furlhgs, Atlantlo selling
stakes: Nameokl won, Bob Murphy sec
ond. Midshipman third., Time: 1:15.
Fifth race, one mile and a furlonr. sell.
Ing: Andy Williams'-won. Black Hussar
aecona, nam 00 third. ,3ime: 12.
Sixth race, on mile and a sixteenth
Irasacible won, Hyland second. Polite third.
nme: i:w i-t. .;. -.in
CHICAGO, July 15.-nRuts:
First race, one mils: Santon won. Birch,
broom ' second, Sioux Chief third. -Timet
Second race, one mil arid a sixteenth
Havlland won. Glassful second. Boaster
third. Time: 1:46 1-6.
Third race. feandicaD. five furlonas: Peter
Paul won. Memories second, Nannie Hodges
third. Time: l:ut-b. r
Fourth race, one mile and twenty yards:
Bad News won. Hoodwink second, biuuey
C. Love third. Time: 1:40 2-i
Filth race, six ruriones: -ine r orum won.
Mary McCafferty second. Cousin Cam
WHITE VAN HANGED BY MOB
Deity in Court! Angeri the PeopU at
MaytTi le, Xentncky.
VICTIM. KILLS MAN TWO YEARS AGO
After Two Trials Ha Is Given Life
Sentence, Appenls Can and
Is In Jail Waltlag for
M'ATSVILLE, Ky., July li.-Enrsged at
the courts a mob broks Into the Flemings
burg Jail ear'.y today and hanged William
Thacker, a white man, jnho had been given
a life sentence for the murder of John Gor
don two years ago.
Thacker In a quarrel with Gordon at
Foxport shot and killed him and tben sat
on the body rifle In hand while he smoked
his pipe and dared anyone to attempt to
arrest him. At the time Thacker escaped,
but was later arrested. After two trials
he was sentenced to life Imprisonment.
Kills an Inoffensive Man.
Gordon waa a good citizen and an Inof
fensive man. After being sentenced
Thacker appealed to the court of appeals
and was waiting for another trial.
Thacker had some money and waa able
to cammand th support of aom Influential
men, and It waa feared that he might es
cape punishment altogether.
. The mob collected at Mount Carmal,
where Gordon once lived, and cam Into
Flemingsburg by twos and threes in order
not to arouse suspicion. They advanced
upon the jail shortly after midnight.
The Jailer refused to surrender the keys.
He was overpowered and the keys taken
from him. Thacker was hurried to a tree
near the lail and waa given time In which
to say his prayers, which he refused to do,
but begged for his life.
To hush his cries he was hit on the head
with a rock and his unconscious body
strung up until Ufa had become extinct.
TTIIY not keep this remedy in your home instead
V V cf xcaiting until some one cf your family is sick
nigh unto death end then sending for it in a great hnrry,
and perhaps in the night, tchile te patient must suffer
until it can be obtained. BUY IT NOW.
BEST'S EMBALMER IS DEAD
Worries Over Mnrder Stories and
gnccumbs to Trohnble Heart
BAN' RAFAEL, Cel., July IS. William
Ward, deputy coroner of Marin county.
Is dead. He embalmed th body of the late
Colonel W. J. Best after the letter's sud
den death at Dr. John Wood's house In
Last night Mr. Ward waa discovered by
a night watchman leaning against th door
way, of his office, evidently in distress.
Dr. W.'. F. Jones was summoned and Mr.
Ward was taken home, where everything
possible was don tb save him, but with
An autopsy will be held, though Ward's
death Is generally attributed to heart trou
ble. It Is kmwn that ha worried constant
ly over th developments In the Best case
since the allegations that th New Jersey
capitalist was murdered war first pub
KINGSTON, N. T., July 16.-Deputy sher
iffs are searching for Dr. John 8. Woods
and his wife, who are Implicated In the
William. J. Best mystery and are believed
to be hiding in Ulster county, where they
have many relatives.
: - r. 1 r
1 4x14 I
' taadlnar ot the 'Sana
St. Joseph ...
Played. Won. Lost
62 ' 42 it
s ,.. 44 2
......rt 35 21
ToUl, ... I I !T II 0
xNons out when winning run waa made.
Waehlnaton 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12
St. Loul, 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Kerned run: Waahlngton. Two-base hits:
Orth, Kahoe. Three-base hlta: Martin,
iiMrii Sacrifice hlta: Anderson. Powell.
virat base on balls: Off Patten, 4; off
Powell, 1. Struck out: By Patten, 4; by
Powell. 6. Left on bases: Washington, 6;
St. Louis. 4. Wild pitch: Patten, 'llm
1:50. Umpire: O Laughlin.
Boston Divides with Cleveland.
TinnTfTM. Julv 15. Boston won from
Cleveland. 4 to 2, and lost, 4 to 1 In two
exciting games today. The flxst went ten
nnlngs. as grouna ruie muivcu una iu
three-baggers, in tne nrst game ronton
won when Young scored Crlger with a
imn the crowd. Hughea waa retired
in the secona innm,. a-ui wvu mvu mi
epoonar, lb. .
Kansas City at Omaha.
St. Joseph at Dea Moines, Milwaukee at
Denver, Peoria at Colorado Springs.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburg Loses Past, Brilliant Four
teen Innings Contest to
PITTSBURG, July IS. -One of th hardest
fought games ever seen here resulted tn
defeat for Pittsburg In the fourteenth
inning, when Doheny weskened and gave
three hits. Every point of the game was
worked by both teams and many brilliant
plays were made. Attendance. t.SJO. Score:
KKW TOP. at. PITTBBCRO.
R.H.O.A.K I R.H.O.A.K.
Browne, rf.. (Ill O'Haaamont, !,
VanH's. at.- I in li'iarka. If.... 1 II
MeOaaa. lb.. 1 1 11 1 VSabnnf, rf... 114
l cwacnar. aa... 1 I
I I Hrniaoald, lk 1 1 II I
1 1 larh. lb.... till
1 Kit, bar, Ik.. i ( I
1 Srallk. Slat
anohanr. p... I I
f SUtiM a a a
Total ...!! 4! II J Total, . ..l 1 at M "
z Batted for Doheny In eighth Inning.
Now Tork ...0 00000002000 la
Pittsburg 0 002000010000 a t
F-.rned runs: Pittsburg. I: New York
1 Two-base hits: Sebrltig. Leach, Smith,
Iiunn. uonemiaa. iiirre-uaw mi: uiarse,
Sacrifice hits: Bransfleld. Mathewson,
stolon base: Beaumont. Base on bails:
Oft Doheny, I: off Mathswson, 4. Hit by
Dltchel ball: Babb. Struck out: By Do
heny. 4; by Maihewsun. 11. Time: 1:20.
Thefts Pay Mierehes.
Uartaa. if.... I
Brn'b'a. It I
Babb. aa til
Ollbart. Ib... 1
Dun a. Ik I I I
Howarmaa, I II
Matn'a'a, .. 1.1
6 to 4. Oyler a fielding was. me iea.iurw.
Attendance sw. oconi
a u r' A.E.I R.H.O.A.K
, . . - . .
nnannon. ... a a a v
v'ArmH, rf I
UjTurnar, Ib... 114 1
V rvajuivr, . -
ulMorrlaaer. n, I I
0Koacb, lb.... I
bi'oi, e I I I
V McMakla. It. 0 11 1
UCrablll. p.... 111
t.i. ... 114 17 t ol Total, ...4 114 11 4
Columbua 0 0 1 u u w
Fu-ned runs: Minneapolis, s; uoiurauu.,
a nw.ha hits: 1.UQW R. mwrnwrj ir.
a. " " : . . . l , j . a w r.-.Klil
struck out: xsy vtBumuoi, , v. .
o iM...ha hit: Sullivan.
. w... .. ..In DlnlAn
CrabllL eacriiico nn.
bases: Sullivan, Mclntyre, 2. Left on
bases: Minneapolis, 7; Columbus, 4. Time,
1:30. Umpire: cunninguam.
Standing of the Teasas.
Played. Won. Lost P.C,
crowd and got Freeman's drive. Both Win-I Indianapolis .
ter and Bernhard were at their best. Brad-I Louisville ....
ley led both teams at the bat. Attendance, I Kansas City
11 m nnra flrat srame: I Columbus ....
' . . I Ul.n..nnll,
BOSTON. I .n.Vl-ArLF. I iTillillc
R.H O A. E l Jt.H.O.A-n. I Toledo
Dougherty. U 1 I "B. ? l Games today
V, W A .ft W
I ;tA)ola. lb... I 1 6
( Hltkmii, lb. 14
I 4 UMoCarthr, If. 1 I 4 ,
Kllek. rf Ill
4 I l.Oochn'cr, aa. I I
1 I lCllnsmaa, m. 1 I 4 1
4 1 vi&Muia, a 1111,
I njoaa, p 4 14 14 1
Colllna. Ib... 1 1
C. ataht. cf.. 1 1
Parant, ,... 1
rarrta. lb.... t 1
Crlsar. , I I
Huikaa, p... a a
tulsvllle at Milwaukee.
tn,ii.nnniii at Kansas City, Columbua at
MinneapoUa, Toledo at St. PauL
Creston Wins Hot Game.
CRESTON. Ia . July 15. (Special Tel-
I n,c, b,a lull.-iia- ,..,.., nu..,
Evelyn Byrd second, Flaunt third. Time
1:14 1-6. . . ..
h i . ijoijiSw juiv is. neguiis:-
rtrat race, six furlonas: Jean Gravler
won, LaChace second, Delacto third. Time
Becona race, nve iurionar: vicrrone won,
Quaker Girl second. Bird Pond third. Time:
TVilrrl rare: nne mile and twenty yards
Tony Lepplngwon, King's Pet second, Misa
Idon tnira. nme: i;o,.
iiv,nrtti para nne mile ana - inree-stX'
teenths: Josle F. won. Eda Riley secona,
Landola third. Time: 2:02.
Fifth race, six turiongs: uiine won.
Dr. Kammerer second, Aiflo third. Time
Sixth race, one mile and seventy yards:
Brown Vail won, Henry of Franstaman
second. Tioga third. Time! 1:44.
Bl'FFAIM JUiy !. nenmiaj- . '
First race, six furlongs: Clinton Bov
won James -jr. secona, wacsmora umu.
Time: 1:17V. . . ,'
Secona race, xour lurranp; oiior iio
won. False miry secoiiu, riaua w'"' a
third, .Time: :,. ...
Third race, one nuio auu .n cnuu,,
Ing: Benckart won, Meeouroan jecona.
Colonel Anderson third.' Time: 1:58V
Fourth race, nve lunonaa, unii,.
Dodson won. Too Many secona, xwo renny
third. Time: 1:0-' ',..
Fifth race, six iunon, rniu.
Bee won. Little Boy secona, itusuo uin
third. Time: l:17Vi. '
Sixth race, one mile, selling: Flaneur
won. Tommy GUI second, Illuminate third.
JUDGE DENIES BRIBE TALE
lays He - Wrote Javdatnent 1st Own
Ofllce, got with Interested
'?'.AftornTs: ; ;
BUTTE. Mont. July 15. In th Shores
disbarment case today. Judge Harney de
nted that the Minnie Haaly mine decision
was written in duplicate in tile offices
of McHatton St Cotter, attorney, aad that
Kennedy, acting for F. Augustus Helnce,
paid him for his Judgment.
Judge barney says the decision waa dic
tated hv him to hi stenosrranher In his
own office and that no one else waa pre,- j
ent. He oould not remember when he
On July 18, 19 and
20 the Burlington
offers tickets to St.
Louis and return at
$13.50; good 'to return
until July 28.
The Burlington is
the smooth road to St.
Louis. Four trains
every day, but the best
one leaves at 5:10 p. m.,
arriving St. Louis 7.19
the next morning.
AGAIN VOTES BRIDGE MONEY
Itew Tork Board of Estimates Bends
Manhattan Proposition Baek
NEW TORK, July 15. The Board of Es
timate and Appraisement today unanl-
mously reapproprlaed 16,533,000 for the Man
hattan bridge. This Is the appropriation
defeated yesterday by the board of alder
Bolt Slays Couple.
WiriLDON: Colo.. Julv 15 Durinr: a
thunder shower llehtnlne killed Mrs.' Stenh
enson and her J-year-old granddaughter tn
a teet field two miles west or tnis place.
- I . . .an A Ale
gram i-About 130 people witnessed one of I bHAMHUUM)
tne greaieai un a,"'"
TAKE A SPIN
ToUl, ...4 I M 11 t Total, .. llxll 14
xOn out when winning run scored.
. .T. rvuinn and Hhenandoah. The
laated eleven innings aiul was won by
h acore ot s to z. i ne ieatures
. " r .a. .v.. k.w hlltlnv of Ih.
Boston 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 Weston club and" the phenomenal pitching
Cleveland 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1 f Keny Welch for Creston. but three
wosion, z; Cleveland, J. .nBies being made off his delivery, wniie
s. Three-base hits: Mc-1 xiarkwell made a home run and two
Challenger's Hew Balls Are Stretched,
but Formal Racing; Postponed.
Tu,,..hn w. hit: JOSS,
c.-thv unier. loum, oiuien ease
xj-y. XJOUDie pia. iiiei iv r rrrie 10
I .a Chance. Joss to (-lineman to Hickman
t tola to Clingman to Hickman. First
base on balls: Oft Toung, 1; oft Joss. 1.
struck out: By Toung, 7i by Joss, 1. Passed
ball: Bemla. Time: i:ou. umpire: Con
CUEVKLAND. I BOSTON.
K.H U.A I B H U A E
NEW TORK. July 15.--A fair sky and a
doubles, and four singles were made off of splendid racing breese of fifteen knots
fioeckln. This places Creston at the head greeted the two Bhamrockj when they left
of th column In the Southern Iowa league, iandy Hook early today for another trial
Batteries: Welch and Corbetl, Bpeckin oft the Lightship.
and Twwnaend. Umpire: Warehain. . Blr Thomas had hoped to give the bti
auu luwiwwit ... - n KivmllM courae. but his ad-
la Easy. I visors. Including Ballmaker George Batsey,
who waa on Doaru x-ii". o hu,
WEBSTER CITT, la.
Bar, cf i i
Br.Jl.r. t 1
Hlrktu.a, lb. ,
McOartkr, U. t
yilcS. rt.. . t
Oocha'ar aa. 1 1
nania. e 1 t
baraaara. p.. 1 1
CHICAOO, July 15 Th locals won easily
today by batting Pittsburg hard, stealing
bases and taking advantage of all the vis
itors inispiays. Ainnu.uua, i.soo. ecor, :
a.H.o , k.h o.a
Slaila, If.,.. 1 I'tWitar. ef... I I i
"aaar. tb ... 1 t Uraa aw. la. t 1 I ( ,
ritlea. Ib .l ! '''. lb... 1 t :
Jaa. ef li Saal.r. If... t 4
Marlar. rt... ! '" !
anas. ... - m. w .
R.b7 , , eAabrajr. .. ! Ill)
Willlaaaa, as. I ' t l,Plttlaar. f.. t 1 4
Twkat. ..lll -
- Totals .-4 T M 11 I
Touts I 11 U
Chicago " a $
Ieft von baaea: Chloago, 10; Boston, 1
Two-base hits: Taylor, Cooley, Moraa (J),
rirminir Three-base hit: Chance.
aUotea bases: Casey U, Wllllama Struck
out: By Taylor, t; by PltUuger, 1. Bases
on balls: Oft PUtingsr. i. Tim: 1:4a.
M taint Wist la Klgktk.
I tT I'OlflS. July 15. A double by Ryaa In
1 the eiKhtfe Inning with two men On txtavr
I save Bt. Ivoul, two runs and th gam.
Clarence Currle, who started to pitch for
the locale, waa hatted front the rubber In
iUa tul ape-ball UiUltieV. Iaualijr, wtw
1 a Douch.rtr. If 1 0
1 1 Colllna Ik... 1 I 4
4 O'Brlaa, cf.. t t I
t l rraamaa, rt.. 4 1
aparant. aa... 4 1 4 I
LaCba,ca. lb 1 t I t
t 1 Karrla. tb.... 1 1 t
J. St., I, a... I t 1 4
I awintar, p.... 1 4 t
- - iC Stahl 4 44
i mu i
TaUto ... t inn t
.o.itl tn, Wl nl.p In Ih. ninth
J, J . . - ,
Cleveland 0 t 0 0 0 0 I 0 0-M
Boatoa 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit: Bay. Three-base hits: J.
fit. hi. Bradley ZJ. Btoien bases: Collin,
Bay. Double plays: Uocbnauer to Lajole
to Hickman, Bradley to Lajole to Hick
man. First base on dsjis: on Bernhard. 2:
oft Winter, 1. Hit by pitched balls: By
Winter, t, Btruck oat: By Winter, (; by
Bernha.ro, a. iiuio. i.w. umpire: con-
Detroit Down, Bow Tork.
MirtV TORK. July 15. Detroit won from
the locale today by 7 to 4. The home team'a
fielding waa alovenly, but, considering the
-.-.- k ,-.IvmI K" r 1 ,, it,, I, a., vaiI
r..fi ha waa relieved bv Cheahro In ih.l cram.) Clarlnda, lost a
ninth. Muiun was tin
hall sanerauy wen
hands. The visitors
home team at all stages.
DgTROrr. NSW YORK.
a ho a g. moil
marcaat. el... Ill l Kaalar, rf.... 111
McAlliatar, If 1 1 KiaariaM. nv
Cimwlara. rt. 1 I Kulia. tf 1
Carr. lb a i it. a '"miim ia i
WcOiklra. a... t t 1 4taru4. Ib... 1
Yaar. tb... I 1 ktrrarl',4. It
tnua, tb.... 1 tit ''"'. lb...
Laaa? SB 1 1 t 1 I'baallle,
ataiua. .... Ilia 4: Wolla. , 1
Totals I U 11 11 liiTaucklll . t
T,,lu 1C IBwIil I ... . . . . . fTT'a maw M.ln.
Telegram.) Webater City mopped th ulli BO that part of the trial waa devoted
ground witn iving oie uaauu iia j0 jockeying auoui r-nu uu. Dm.iau.
,huv. to h Th. feature of the cams I .hin tn .ir-trh the new boat'a mainsail
ii,. nlr.hin of Ted Oreen. who struck! k, that Rhamrock III led the old boat a
out twelve men and allowed eight acattered 1 ..ach from Scotland Lightship to the
hlta. The locals garnered thirteen bits off
l.'.uirW Ave of which were In the first In
ning. Eleven Mason City errors aided the
slaughter. Score: ......,,-.
w.i,i.tr ru lOltlOOl 15
Mason City e v o a w a
Batteries: Webster City, Oreen. and
White; Mason City, Laslck and Zaluskey.
Bassett Takes Second Gnme.
RASSETT. Neb.. July 18. (Special Tele
gramsThe Bassett and Newport nlnea
played a game of ball this afternoon at
Newport, resulting in a victory tor uae-
aett Dy a acore oi a o . ne game was
hotly contested from start to finish and
waa witnessed by a large crowd from both
towns. This wss the second game between
the two nlnea this year and both were won
by Bassett. Tne is ew port ciuo win play
a return game aero tomorrow,
Osceola Wins In Tenth.
a.nv ttnotc l.lithtshlD and back, eight
mll.a. ana Deal n auoui m. unnuio im
..ie i.i hfnr. It reached Scotland Light
ship', returning, n masthead runner block
k...v. nn Shamrock HI. but no other dam
age reaulted. A new block will replace ths
damage, .. ... .
Toalght tne new ior icm ciuu
dinner to Sir Thomas Upton and Designer
Sullivan Hess, Fair Athletics.
ST. LOUIS. July 15 J. E. Sullivan, aec-
retary Of the American Atnieiic union,
has been appointed chief of physical cul
ture for the World'a Fair. He is a native
r vnrk citv and la a recognised au
thnriiv nn records. An eiaDoraie aiuieuo
program has been outlined for the season
of the World's Fair. The main feature of
athletic sports will be the International
Olympic games. Definite arrangements as
tne atnieiio uruii.iu iu, ura . wi m
it. i. k. nnr-liMn comDleted. President
rt.ARINDA. Ia.: July 15. t Special Tela. I t.lna-ineer. of the American Athletic union.
ten-innina same I of Ml wsuaee. ui m. u.i..in
.h I....... . . t,i a - . , I h,i miwnii. nnr-unr..
irequenuy, but the I loaajr iu w.u. - ..tu n,,, yicau ai au,u " VJ" J: "u". r. . ,,Vih. 7..
I Into some fielder's I center neiuer. miui a mu-uue nil wuen I lives tnira mo '""-,- - -
played all round i the the bases were full. Score: Osceola. ; lean Athletic union will arrange a definite
. Attendance I O04. 1 Clarlnda, 4. ttits: usceoia, ; clarlnda, a. program.
I Errors: Osceola. J; Clarlnda. 4. Batteriea: I . .
t I 1
I 1 I
I 14 1
I Tetals ... 4 IT It 4
... A - .1 ' 1 , . 1
SDalian lor nwii. iu iiiiiiu.
Detroit 1 1 I 0 1 -7
New lor s s 1 1 1
arad rvuiat Detroit, t; Nw iutk. 1
Osceola, Berry and Bees; Clarlnda, Meken-
iuiv, Mckllllen ana Jtrrrey, -Jlmely bat
ting was tne teaiure oi me game.
Catcher Bowermaa Fined.
NEW TORK. July IS President Pulllam
of the National Basn Ba'.l league announced
today that ne naa nnea i airi.rr Bowerman
of the New Tork team lu0 for striking
Fielder Clarke of the Pittsburg team dur
ing the last visit of the latter team to this
city. Th One must be paid within five
Base Ball Case Postponed.
NEW TORK, July 15 Counsel for the
NalioiLii Baae Bail leafue afjtearen be-
Unclear Hesnlts nt Murshulltewn.
MARSHALLTOWN. I,. July IS. (Special
Telegram.) Cedar v&iiey racing circuit re
Pacing. S:20 c'.ass. Iowa won In straight
heats, vyaoie secona, isaoeii w inua.
Utml time: 1:18V.
Judge C won the 1 S5 trot, winning ths
Prt, third and fourtn neats, Alto aecond
Twin One third. Best time: t.U.
In the runninc. three-qusrler-mtla dash
B. O. Fo wss first, Chamberlaia second,
ttevrnge Dare tnira. lime: 1 11.
Vvsole was sold by M. T. Coonsn. Era
mettaburg. to Lafayette I jimb of Clinton
today for H.50O. Vysole will flu his engage
ments tn the Mlesuurl circuit, where is is
intttta ia nve pig event.
Pttrg, Pals and Sptu-Utng. BottM
Onry at th Brewery la St. Louis.
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