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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: MONDAY. AUOUST 24, 1903.
OMAQA LOSES IN TWELFTH
were won on bunched hits. Score, flrt
lolo. Springs 8 0 4 2 t A 0 1 10 IS 2
Peoria 0 000001 1 1 13
Lid Bicboll CrOW Takei 803nd Cf Bo.isS Colorado Springs.' Vllloman and Doran.
pi uitt, Fannin nine . rv n . kla.
Coin. Springs..! 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 12 2
reorla 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2- 12 1
Batteries: Peoria. Hart and Wilson;
Colorado Spring!!. McNeely and Doran.
Steading of the Team.
Played. Won. Lost. P. C
Colo. Springs 1S
Kansas City Iu3
Pt. Joerph W
tes Moines 102
Oft men today: Kenans City at Omaha:
Milwaukee at Denver; Peoria at Colorado
Spring; St. Joseph at Des Moines.
and Washington will he played ai one of
la poubie-neader tomorrow.
' Steading ol the Trim,
After Hard Fight
HARD HITTING AND LOOSE FIELDING
Bath Tea ma Bat Ylgoreasly, bat the
, Rearke Oataala Lata a Let at
Files Get Away DarlBg
Fl-ed. vn. L"t. T n
Ft. Paul I1 T1 M .r
Milwaukee l-7 - 41 .617
lxulsvllle 107 47 .SSI
Indianapolis 110 69 61 .5W
Kanaaa City 106 64 62 .&
Columbui Ill 4 M .
Minneapolis K 1 68 .274
Toledo 110 37 73 .338
No games scheduled for today.
65 27 .VT7
S 40 .61?
b 60 .610
60 49 K
48 64 .4U
44 68 .441
44 68 .4(1
41 60 . 406
GAMES IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boataa Takes a Doable-Header fraaa
St. Loots, Triple Play Being
START SHAMROCK'S RIVETS
Sir Thomas I.lptea Aaelata la Pre
llialnary Work af Recneaaarlna
Challenger While Rellaaee
Kansas City took th second fame of
the series from the Rourkeltes yesterday
afternoon after twelve Innings of the moat
sensational kind of ball and by a score of
to T. Nichols didn't allow a hit In the
first three Innings, while the Ka wiles
pounded Sanders for nine hits In the first
four Innings and took seven runs doing
it. Then Bandera steadied down and
Nichols was freely hit for four consecu
tive Innings and the score was tied. Miller
did some pretty work out In the left garden
and Hlckey's work was superb at third.
Jacobs was the star performer for the
Kansas Cltyltes and made all kinds of
brilliant stops despite his lonely error.
, The second Inning was the beginning of
tt for the visitors. Messlt smashed for
two sacks and Corbln fanned. Then Crura
got three . bases on his hit and Genlns
dropped Nlcbol's easy fly. Thornton muffed
a throw and Waldron flew out to Miller.
Strelb walked and Jacobs singled. That
tnade four runs. Three hits and Carter's
drop of a. fly added two In tha third and
another slipped In In the fourth on a
double, another dropped fly by Carter and
h single. ,
Roarkea Take a Few.
' Then the Rourkeltes got busy and began
doing tbfngs. In the fourth Genlns got
two bags on a hit and scored on 3hugart's
Single. The sixth was tha real beginning.
Harry Welch and Jack Thomas had
crawled Into Oenlna' and Oondlng's shoes.
Jacoba fumbled Miller's hit and Dusty
reached first. Thornton walked and Shu
gart flew out.' Kelly did likewise to center
field, but one run was safely home. Hlckey
Singled and stretched on to second, to
Come borne on Thomas' single.' That made
four funs In all and the lucky seventh still
In the seventh Carter smashed the ball
light Into Nichols hands so fast that you
could hear It cut the sir. That put one on
first and Welch " singled again. Then
Nichols filled the sacks by hltUng Miller.
Thornton forced Miller, out at second, but
one run came In. Shugart, Kelly and
Hlckey each got singles and the score was
Then It settled down to a pitchers' battle
and the first bit came In the tenth when
Nichols got a double into centerfleld. In
tha twelfth It started the same as always
and one- man - went down. Webster and
Messlt each singled and Crum fanned.
Tben Nichols drove -one out Into the left
garden and Miller dropped It after a long
run, scoring two runs In the meantime.
In their half of tha twelfth the Rourkeltes
could do nothing and so It was all over.
Today the same teams will play and It will
be ladles' day besides. The score:
. KANSAS CITT.
AB. R. BH. PO
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
LoaleTllle Takea One from Mlnne
apolls by Hitting Hard
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 23 Louisville made
It three straight from the locals today.
batting' McDonald terrifically In the eighth
and ninth. Three doubles, a triple and a
slniile gave the visitors their live In the
ninth. Attendance, 1.600. Score:
LOI'ISVILLE. I MINNEAPOLIS.
k 11 O A K I R. H O A.m.
Kerala, rt... I t 1 0 D SulllTan. ct 1 t t
Hart. II t I 1 Malonar. lb. 1 I
Brnhar, lb. I I I I X'rl-r. as.... 0 114 1
CM-HI. ct... 1 1 I OMrlntrre. lb. 1 I 1 I
S tillltis. Ibl 1 I 1 0;UII7. K t 1 4
tarlYar. lb. I I 11 I tunr, e.... lit
Whit, c I t 4 1 rsroorer. rf.. 0 1 1 1
Quintan, aa.. 4 114 Martin, lb... 0 1(1
iiu. ...- i ait q McDonald, p. e r s i
ToUla 10 XI 14 4
1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 6-10
Mclntyre (2. Lally,
a. p....l I I t Cj
stsls...'.'..l II IT It tJ
Odwell. White. Kgan. Three-baae Left on bases: St. Louis, ; Boston, 3. Time
mi: ocnriever. uouuie piays: nrasntvir i i.tn. umpire: Connolly
to Qulnlan to Schiiever, Mcln- I Score, second game:
lyro unajwisien rirm oaee vn uaua: kjh I BOSTON.
8T. LOV19. Aug. IS Boston won both
games of a double-header here this after
noon, the first 6 to 3 and the seco.id 4 to 2.
Sudhoff and Toung pitched In the second
game and Boston was lucky In winning, a
triple play and a double being all that
saved the visitors. Hoth games were full
of sensational playing. Attendance, 21,300.
Score, first game:
BOSTON. I ST. IOUI8.
R.H.O.A. E.I R.H.O.A ..
Deufhertr. It 1 1 I 1 Burkett. It... 1 1 I
rolllnt. lb... 111 Martin, rf... 1 lit
C. siahl. cf. 1 1 1 0 Hill, lb 4 0 111
Freeman, rf. 1 1 1 Anaenon, lb. 1 1 It
Parent, as.... Ill Walla.-o. as.l I 1 I 1
Lafhanc. lb 4 1 1 Hrldrlrk. cf.
rarrla. 2b.... t I 1 Ffiel. ib I I I 1
1. Stahl, ... 1 1 II 1 f usden. C....4 111
Hugbta. p.... 1 1-1 Sir.,, p.... 4 4 13 0
xHtmphlll .. 0
Tola la I 7 17 I lj
I Total a 3 10 17 U 4
x Batted for Slevers In ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 08
St. Louis 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Earned runs: St. Louis. 2; Boston, 3. Two.
baae hits: Sugden. Wallace. Anderson,
Hughes. Home run: J. Stahl. Double
plays: Wallace to Anderson; Ferris to I.a
Chance.' Passed ball: Stahl. 1. Stolen
bases: Heldrick, Ferris. Wild pitch: Sle
vers. 1. Basea on balls: Off Hughes. 3.
Struck out: By Hughes, 10: by Slevera. &.
McDonald, 2; off Ggan. L
Kgan, 3. Sacrifice hits:
Struck out: )ly
Hart. Stolen bases: Malonev. Mnrtln.
Qulnlan. Left on bases: Mtnenapolls. 7:
Louisville, 7. Time: 1:16.. Umpire: Fore
Kanaaa City Wlas Two.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 23 -The locals won
another double-header today, playing hard
throughout both games, while Toledo
Slayed poorly. Attendance, 6.600. Score,
R.H.O.A.K I . R H.O.A.E.
Pouihartr. If 1 I I 0 IBurkatt, If... I
I Martin, if... t 1 1 a t
0 Hill. Ib I I
OlAndaraoa, lb I 3 1
3 4, Wallace, .. T
0 J Haldrlca. cf. 1 I 1 0
1 0' Trial, lb.... 1 I I
0 lisugdcn. o.... o a i
1 0 utoff. s... 111
0 Hemphill, If. 1 1 1 I guests
Collin., lb... 1 I
C Stahl. cf.. 1 1
Kreaman, rf. 0 1 0
Parent, aa.,.. Ill
Lachance. lb 0 1 II
Perrla. Ib.... 114
Farrtll; c... 0 14
Young., p.... 0 10
Crliar. 0 0 1
n h o a
Rothfuaa. lb. 1 1
Lw.. aa ... 114
Allowar, p.. 0 0 0
Olbsoa. p.... 0 10
0 ellWreart. If... 114 0 0
0 , Ovena, at.... 113 4 0
amun, rr v v e
Blanh'ablp, 1 1 a I
B.haub, ib... I t 0 I 1
Turner, lb... 1 1 11 0 1
Ball, cf 1 a 1 1- 0
China. Ib.... 0 110 0
Coufhlla, p.. 1 1 0 a 0
Ketcham, cf.... 7
Waldron, rf 6
Btrelb, lb ;, 6
Jacobs. 3b 6
Webster, 2b 6
Messlt. c 6
Totals 14 14 1 a
Total! 11 II 17 14 1
Kansas City 0 0 2 0 1 0 6 2 11
Toledo 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0-8
Two-base hits: Hill. Oear, Butler, Leewe,
Bernard 2). Home runs: Grady, Turner,
Ball. Sacrifice hits: Nance, Bernard. Sto
len baaea: Knoll. Leewe, Blankenahtp.
Bases on balls: Off Alloway, 1; off Gibson,
2; off Coughlln, 2. Struck out: By Allo
way, 1; by Glbaon. 4. Hit by pitched ball:
By Coughlln, 3. . Innings pitched: By Allo
way, 3H; by Gibson, 6W;. Hits: Oft Allo
way, 12; off Gibson, 4. Passed ball: Blank
enshlp. Left on basea: Kansas City, 10;
Toledo, 11. . Time: 2:00. Umpire: Cunning
ham. Score, second game:
KANSAS CITT. I TOL-EOO.'
R.H.O.A K R. (T O. A .
Kill, cf I t 1 0 1 Barnare, If.. 0 0 1 0
Gear. Ib 1 1 0 0 llowena, aa.... 1 I I 1 0
Nance. Ib.... 1 1 t t CSmllh. rt:... 0 0 0 0 0
Oradr, c 1 1 3 0 ftKlalnow, . e.. 0 0 14 OlifBlk, p
Knoll. If 0 110 ttRehaub. Ib... 1111
Durham, rf.. 0 1 0 1 ft Turner, lb... 1 I I 0 I I Tata la
Rothfuaa. lb. 0 1 t CB.II. cf. ..,.. 1 0 0 I New York
Loawe. as.... 114 IChlloi. lb... 1 lit 0 rhlraao . .
a a . .1-.
Totli 4 14 rt II 1 ToUla 3 T 17 IS 1
Boston 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 04
St. Louts 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0-2
' Earned runs: St. Louts. 1: Boston. 1 Two
baae hits: Hill. Parent, Sudhoff. Sacrifice
hits: Freeman, Hill, LaChance Double
plays: Hill (unaaslsted); Ferris to La
Frlel to Wallace to Heldrick. Triple play:
Ferris to Parent to LaChance. Paaaed Ball:
Farrell. Stolen Basea: Heldrick. Dougherty
(2). Hit by pitched ball: By Sudhoff. Far-
reu. uase on mbjis : un euanon. s, on rt , .,
Young, 1. Struck out: By BudhofT. 2: by
Young, 6. Left on bases: St. Louis, 6: Bos- attention In this morning's papers. Both
In the editorial and dispatches from New
York correspondents of the papers It Is
NEW TORK, Aug. 23 -Shamrock III was
towed today from Its moorings Inside of
Sandy Hook to the Erie Basin, where It
was at once place. In dry dock. When the
water had been pumped out It was found
that the straining to which It had bee
subjected In the heavy windward thresh
yesterday had apparently started somu
rivets, for a gang of dockyard hands were
set to work tightening them up. The dam
age, however, appeared to be trifling. Its
bottom was found to need only a little pol
ishing, and when It was refloated It was
ready for the remeasurement, which will
be taken early tomorrow morning, after
which It will return to Its moorings.
It Is unlikely that the remeasurement
will alter the time allowance in any ap
preciable degree, as Sir Thomas Llpton
said that should the additional weight of
anchor and chain, which will be aboard
when the tape Is passed over it. Increase
Its sailing length, the original figure will
be restored by the removal of other
Shamrock I also was towed to the basin,
where It will await Its owner's disposition.
After seeing the challenger dry-docked Sir
Thomas took a party of guests In Erin to
Sea Girt, where ' they attended divine
service on board Commodore Tod's steam
yacht Thistle, after which Erin went up
the North river to afford the earl and
countess of Shaftesbury and the other for
eign visitors an opportunity to visit Grant's
tomb. This evening Sir Thomas and his
ttended a dinner at the Oriental
hotel, Manhattan Beach, at which General
J. C, Bates and General Corbln were pres
ent. The next race, on Tuesday, will be
over a triangular course.
Reliance took a short spin outside Sandy
Hook today and then returned to its moorings.
Little Hope for Shamrock.
LONDON. Aug. 21 Saturday's race for
ton. 13. Time: 1:46. Umpire: . Connolly.
Break Evea at Chicago.
CHICAGO, Aug. 23. Chicago's errors at
game today. Although outbatted two to
critical moments gave New York the first
...4 a IT it a
unanimously admitted that Reliance proved
Itself a better boat In a fair and square
contest. Only the most slender hopes are
entertained as to Sir Thomaa Upton's
chances now of "lifting" the cup; Great
sympathy and admiration are extended to
him for his plucky and sportsmanlike fight.
Little comment Is made regarding the
remeasurement episode, but satisfaction is
expressed that It was Sir Thomas himself
who discovered the necessity for again
measuring Shamrock III.
With tho Boats at Saady Hook.
SANDY HOOK. Nr J., Aug. 24-There
was more than ordinary bustle for a Sun
day Inside Sandy Hook today. John
.0 0020080 06 1 Scully, one of the New York Yacht club's
one In the second game, the locals bunched
their hits with two errors and scored three
runs. A base on balls and two errors were
responsible for the only run scored by the
visitors. Attendance, 10, 'ni Score, llrst
game: - -
XEW TORK. . ' CHICAGO.
K. H.O.A.E I M. H.O.A.E.
Conror. lb... 1111 0 Holmes, If... 4 1
Keelar, rf... 1 I 3 olaball, lb.... 0 4 II 1 1
Eloarfald. aa. 3 1 1 3 2 Joneo, cf... 0 0 10 0
OanMl, lb... 1 1 11. 1 Mlrn. rf 3 4 0 0 0
Williams. Ib. 0 0 1 4 liCallahan. Ib. 1 I 3 4 4
DaTla, If 0 1 a 0 v'Maioon. Ib.. I 1 I 3 1
McFarlaad, cf 0 3 I 0 OiTanneblll, aa 0 1 I T 1
Datlllo. a.... 10 10 aslatlery. c... 0 1110
oinlte. p 1 1
Totals I 11 37 14 4
31001 0 01
GROCERS' AID BUTCHERS' PICNIC
VALLEY PARK, IOWA,
Thursday, August 27
The Northwestern Line
Special trains from Union Depot, Omaha, 8 a. m., 8:30 a. m., 9
a. m. and from U. P. Depot, South Omaha,7:30 a. m.
Games, Races, Speeches, Refreshments
Spend a day under the trees Take the family.
Tickets, $1.00. Children, 50c.
Including Admission to the Grounds.
P. S. All groceries and meat markets will close all day Thursday
I U M 1
' Oentns, cf ...........
Bhugavrt. tb.. .......
.' Totals ...........
Runs by Innings:
Hits by innings:
Kanaaa City ........
" AB. R. BH. PO.
8 1 1 1
J. J Z Left on bases: Chicago, 13: New York, S.
1111 I ll lwo-Dase nits: magoon, urcen, Lauanan.
8 0 0 Q .loemeia. -inrw-oaH mi: tunror,
Totala 4 a It 11 a! Totals..!.
Kansas Cltr A...1
Toledo f. 0 0 0 t 14
t-.-.i. - - iTannehlll to Isbell; Tannehlll to Magoon to
Two-base hit! Nance. Knolh Turner. KJLTn ,n a.-,.i u wki.. i k
Crlstall. Three-base hit: Owens. Stolen Grlfflt.h. i Base on balls: 6ft White. 3; oft
base: .. Hill. n Double, play:, Rothfuaa to Griffith, t Wild pitch: White. Hit with
iewe io ttoiniuss. . naaea on Dans: un blU; Holmes (2). Ganrel, Keeler. Time:
Alloway, 1; off Crlstall, 8. Struck out: I iTmnir.- Ka-an.
Score, second garnet'
Alloway.. Left on bases: Kansas CUy, 6; I r ." . " Vuktl A I R H O A r
Toledo, 1 Time: 1:06. Umpire: Cunning- I Holmas. if. 0 l' 0 iceerey. 3b. - ' t' 1 1 0
nam.- I Ub.il, lb.... 1 111 IKtaiir, rf... 111
. - aw.t. Oat taa Brawtri. " . ' I Joooa.. el...-.: 1 1 t Klbrf.l4. as. t I
i sta ut i nrvwers. i rt , . , , 0OlDIl lb...
i MILWAUKEE," Aug. Columus Shut Caiiahaa. lb. 0 1 J Ho mf. lb.. 0 I 0 1
out Milwaukee ibday n the most closely SmlMii,b-1 i M In-.."?! k" 1 ? ! i 1
played game seen here for some time. The 1,. " J til t SJ rruia" ci l l l
Seli was muddy, but the fielding was good. ur'io, ' p. 111 l:" X a 0
boats, came down from the city beating
the racing committee, at an early hour.
and the reasons for remeaaurtng Shamrock
7 10 8 18
Earned runs: Kansas City, 1; Omaha, 3.
Left on baaea: Kanaaa City, 10; Omaha, 7.
Struck out: By Nichols, i; by Sander., fc.
First baae on balls'. Off Nichols, 4: oft
Sanders, 1 Hit by pitched ball: By Nich
ols, 1. Two-base hits: Nichols. Memlt.
Jacobs, Genlns. Three-baa hit: Crum.
Stolen base: Shugart. Doable play: Nlch
ola to Btrelb. Time of game, 1:64. Umpire:
Kelly. . ,
Two Ikit.sta St DasTtr,
" PENVER, Aug. J3. Denver and Mllwsu
1m hroka even today, each being credited
jrlth shutout. The second, game was
stopped by : rain: Attendance, 4.WJ3. Score.
Milwaukee 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1-4 8 1
Denver 0 0 0 8 8 0 00 4 1
Batteries: Denver, 'Eyler and Bchlel; Mil
waukee, Kenna and Lucia,
Score, second game:- RHE
TtonVer 0 1010110-480
Milwaukee 0 0000000-O84
.--Batteries: Denver. Lemke and Schloi;
Milwaukee! Vollendorf -and Lucia.
mlaa Does Sowae. Battlag.
- DES MOINES. Aug. a.-After apparently
toeing the game beyond redemption les
Moines Jumped on Chlnn In the laat half
of the fourth for nine runs. In that Inning
Qulnn got a triple and a home run. Attenii
wnoa. 2.000. Score: RH E.
Des Moines.. ..0 0 0 8 1 8 0 0 -10 14 1
St. Joseph. .... .0 0 .0 818010-8 10 4
Batteries: Des Molnea. Miller and Fohl;
"St, Joseph, Chlnn and Die hi.
Springs Peoria Break Evea.
' COLORADO SPRING8. Aug. 23. -Colorado
Upringa took a double-header from Peoria
today by ' good stick work. Both games
Oleason's one-handed catch of a foul over
the bleachers' rail was a feature. At- I - Totals..
tenaancej iz.suu. ocore;
BtlbWAUKKB. I . . COLl'MBUt
R.H.O.A I , B.H.O.A.B.
Bhla..sr. lb 1 3 3 0 Amdt. If...... 1 114
nonahua, lb. 2 OiOlMaoa. rf.. I 1 a 1 0
Wooo. e 0 3 T 0 0 Cllnsmao, as 0 0 t 1 0
VBflaub. Ib. 0 0 1 1 ( Fijimr. lb.. 4 1110
Oanar. rf.... 1 t 0 0 Baaoon, c(...0 110 0
D.alaaTjr, If 0 0 1 0 0 Turn.r. lb... 0 10 0
Hrmphlll, cf. 0 1 1 0 0 Mrllor, lb... 0 111
viox. aa.,,.. a a rm, o a o
Btlmm.1. a.. 3 Q Dornar, p.... t 3 t 1
Totals 111 I t Tola la I 4 37 13 1
Columbus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 03
Milwaukee 0 000 00000-4
Sacrifice hits: Wood, Cltagmah. Basea on
nana: un Btimmeii, j; on isomer, z. etrura i BoJton
out: By Stlmmell, 6; by Dorner, 6. Double I Cleveland
..?w"ahr. ...I'fff. L""SH.br: PhUadelphla"
sel, Williams. Stolen base: White. Double were carefully gone over. Sir Thomaa Lip-
lays: Callahan funajlsted); fcallahan to ld tnat M, p,, n inform8d
they need not carry cbaln or anchor.
"However," he added, "I have no ob
jection to offer and jo fault to find, and
as you see I have sent Shamrock up to
the dock." J, "s
This' was true,, for fan hour before the
committee arrived ' the tug Cruiser had
taken the two Shamrocks In tow and was
proceeding to the Erie basin. No sooner
had the Shamrocks left than Captain Barr
sent a line to his tender and Reliance went
out beyond th Hook. - The crew raised
mainsail and lib, but. the captain was un
doubtedly just trying the set of Its sails.
for he .only cruised a little and returned
In an hour. Sir Thomas In Erin followed
the two Shamrocks up to the city and
later Reliance's tender also went up to
the city. This left Reliance alone and It
held receptions all day long to admiring
crowds of excursionists. Shamrock will
be measured In the morning, returning In
The Standard thinks that If there Is any
thing to choose In the handling of the cut
ters the superiority does not He with Sir
Thomaa Llpton's boat.
iHowall. 1 I
a 4 IT 10 4xJ. Taanouill 0 0
1 3 34 U 4
xBatted for Holmes in ninth.
Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 -3
New York 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
Left on bases: Chicago, 4; New York, li
Three-base hits: Jones, Conroy. Sacrifice
hits: Jonea, Callahan, Howell., Conroy.
Stolen base: Isbell. Double play: Green
to Isbell. struck out: By Patterson, 4
by Howell, 2. First base on balls
Patterson. 4; oft Howell, 3. Time:
Staadla or the Teaaas.
Hooalers Oatplay St. Paal.
ST. PAUL. Am. H. The locals were nut-
played at all points by the visitors today
nay pa i an points or me visitor toaar i lumri todav: waahlna-t
and Indianapolis took Its nrst game of the 1 Philadelphia at Cleveland. New York at S?" .OI Aiexanana, tne preeer
Pr,Aotten,d,inCi-,IfCr,: Chicago." Boston itVLou'" ftrdy"
.... I I t '
Won. LoL P.O.
68 37 . 651
69 46 .61
69 48 . .661
63 60 .616
63 60 .610
48 66 .461
48 69 .449
33 71 .808
Klbai. It.... I I t four, lb I 1
ro. ib alia o sti.nBon, et.. t a i
Hot rterar, rf 8 Jackaoa. rf . . 3
WooaniS, rf. 3 1 a Scba(w, sa. I 8 1 1
Mama. so... 1 1 SHugalaa. Ib. 1 1 a 1
Harden, .... 1 9Plounior. If. 13
Coultar, cf... 1 1 Whlar. lb. II 0
timartt, Ib. I 1 1 1 Sullyau, .... 1 I 1 1
kalluaa. s... 111 tUstl.r, .... 1 4 a
CRESCENTS BEAT ARMOURS
Plteker Peteraea'a Steady Work Fl
aally Wlas Over Ragged
uauay, a.... lilt I ;.'
Totals...'.. .10 1 37 l ToUla...... I 137 U I
Indlanapolla ....... d 1 1 0 1 8 0 0 0-10j rBoon by the Crescents at the B. Jetter
BmP w 8 8 1 0 0 0 0 0-3 Park. For the first three Innings the sup-
; rui fi, iiogrirvfr. rirat Dase on
lis: Off Kellum, 1: off Kelley. l. struck
t: By Kellum: Huajglns (2), Wheeler,
iur, Shannon: by Bailey. Coulter. Passed
Two-base hit: Sullivan Three-base hlta
Bchaeffr. Shannon. Sacrifice hits: Flour
noy, Kellum, Heydon, Marcan (i). Stolen
bases: Fox (7), liogrlever. Flrat base on
Ueiur. bhannon: by Bailey
ball: Sullivan. Wild pitch: Bailey. Left
on baaes: St. Paul, 6: Indianapolis, 3.
Time: 1:65. Umpire: Haskell.
Poatpoaeel Oaaaca. . .
DETROIT. Aug. S. Tha American league
game scheduled for today between Detroit
The Armour were defeated yesterday aft-
port of Petersen waa very raaaed and. to
gether with three hits, netted the Armours
a total of seven runs. After that the Cres
cents steadied - down and played a good
game. The feature of the game was the
smr fielding of Ryan, who also got four
hits st six times up. Petersen, who waa on
the slab for the Crescents, pitched a steady
game ana aept trie nits wen scattered. He
naa twelve strikeouts to his credit.
The Largest Selling
. Brand of Cigars
in the World
Tk4 nd it tU
" Smoker' t ProUcimt
-1 Is.iV' I III
U '' ; I I
gether with good stick work.
Ryan. If 3
W. Lynch, ss 3 0 '
Rodman, 3b 7 3
Petersen, p ..6 1
Roben, 3b 8 . 1
J. Uyn6h, c 4 1
Saffelder. lb 6 0
Weed, cf 6 1
Tompsett, rf 8 1
Total 48 13 13 17
- . ARMOURS.
AB. R. H. O.
Rawley. cf 4 0 0 1
Van Cleve. If 1 0 I
iMcMahon. lb 6 1 8 10
Tonneman, 3b 6 111
O Keefe. c 6 1 0 t
Johnson, as 4 13 0
Bunnell, ib 6 3 3 1
Adams, rf and D 4 0 11
8ullivan, p 3 0 10
Hitch la Bkootlac Coateat.
8IOTTX FALLS. S. D.. Aug. 23. (Special.)
A hitch haa occurred In the negotiations
for a rifle shooting contest of 600 balls for
the world's championship between Ray H.
Chase of Alexandria,- S. D., the present
tion for the throwing of the balls from a
trap, atatlng that If -Chose wants to shoot
twenty-four-foot rise, balls not to fall
within fifteen feet of the shooter, and
thrown by hand, the match will be made.
Chaae Is understood to be perfectly willing
for Hardy to shoot balls thrown by hand
If he wants to, and he (Chase). will use a
trap. However. It la believed the trap mat
ter will prevent the contest being held.
Two West at Battle Creek.
BATTLE CREEK. Neb.. AuaT. 23. Spe
cial Telegram.) Battle Creek won .two
games here today In three hours and Rve
minutes. Battle trw against rxorioix,
score. 8 to 6. Batteries: Battle Creek,
Balyard and Boyer; Norfolk, Marquardt
and Wetxel. Struck nut: By Salyard, 14;
by Marquardt, 8. Time: 1:32. Umpires:
Howe and ueet.
Battle Creek against Ttlden High school.
Hoover and Boyer: Tilden. Mcuonaia ana
Halsy. Struck outv By Hoover, 7: by Mo-
Donald, 4. Time: i:jd. umpire: Best.
DEDICATE ME FOR AGED
Wjman8 Christian Aswoistion torms ij
Bets Aside Commodious Building.
CLERGY PARTICIPATES IN THE SERVICES
Home at TweatyFoarth sad Wirt
Will Be Throws Opea for the
Inapectlon of Pabllo
The Old People's Home at 234 Wirt street
a as formally dedicated Sunday afternoon
In the presence of a large number of friends
of the Woman's Christian association, un
der whose auspices the home was estab
lished. The services began with the open
ing prayer" by Rev. . William Gorst or tha
Seward Street Methodist Episcopal church.
Tha musical services, which were very In
teresting, were In charge of Ernest John
son. Addressee were also made bx Rev. E.
R. Jenks of the First Presbyterian church.
Rev. J. W. Conley of the First Baptist
and other ministers of the city.
Mrs. P. L. Pryne gave a history of the
organisation and founding of the home
that was full of interest, and she was fol
lowed by John Dale In a short address.
Another enjoyable feature of the services
wss a vocal solo by Ralph Sutherland.
The Old People's Home was established
about fifteen years ago by the Women's
Christian association of Omaha, In addition
to other -charities. Its first home was at
2718 Burt street, which was maintained for
many years until the acquisition of the
handsome and spacious new home dedicated
yesterday at Twenty-fourth and Wirt
streets. The Women's Christian association
still owns the Burt street property and
also the property comprising the new home.
The new home Is a large three-story frame
structure handsomely furnished throughout,
and has twenty-seven rooms. There are at
present nineteen Inmates, with four more
to enter this week. Eligibility to admis
sion to the home requires the applicant to
be over 65 years of age and may be of either
sex. A payment of 8300 insures the appli
cant a home for life. But If the applicant
wishes to remain fof a less period 34 per
week Is required, which pays all expenses.
The home will be thrown open for public
Inspection Tuesday. The location Is an ad
mirable one. The building Is surrounded
by trees, affording ample shade, and the
Interior equipment Is modern In every respect.
Creatoa Wlas Over Atlaatle.
CRESTON. la.. Aug. ' 2S. (Special Tele-
cram.) About 600 people witnessed one of
the best ball game of the aeaaon here to
day between Creatnn and Atlantic. Both
teama claved excellent ball. Creaton hav
Ing but two errors and Atlantic four. The
game waa won by Creston In the fifth In
ning, when Haveland made a home run with
two men on baaes. Score, t to 3. Preaton of
Atlantic also made a home run. Haveland
atruck out ten men and Schooler alx. Crea
ton made eight hits and Atlantic 6. Bat
tTlra: Haveland and Corbett, Schooler and
I-anklln. umpire: uoioen.
Totals 47 8 8 H 14 3
Crescents 0 1 0 8 3 8 1 1 1-13
Armours 0 3608108 18
Two-base htta: Petersen. Roben. Collier.
Bases on balls: Petersen, 4: Sullivan, 1;
Adama, 3. Struck out: By Petersen, 12; by
Adams, 7: by Sullivan. 1.
At Rock ford Rock ford. 6; Bloomlngton, 8.
At Iavenport Davenport, s: Decatur, t.
" v I At l eaar napios nock island, 7
la tho Natloaat Leaa-ae.
Qalalaa Is Dlsaapolatee.
BLAIR, Neb.. Aug. 23. SDecial Tele
gram.) Tom Qulnlan and hla Senators of
omaha were Defeated by the Blair team
this afternoon by a score of 3 to 1 In the
faatest game played here thla season.
Qulnlan has tried for the last tbree years
to beat the Blair boye, but defeat has al
ways lurked In hla iathwar. Todav ha
brought up the beat part of the Omaha
Orlglnala with their shirts turned wrung
aida out. but that waa not enough to break
the hoodoo. The (ra lures of tha game
were th pitching of E. Novea and the
work of Chapin at short for Blair. In the
ninth Inning Kennedy knocked a ball over
the fence lor a home run, which waa the
only score the Senators were able to get.
Blair 1 0 0 1 8 8 0 8 4 8 3
Senators 0 0 0 0 0 8 8 8 11 3 1
Battertea: Blair. E. Noyes and Enllnc:
I Senators. Bkully. alias Gibeon. and Miller.
Hurua .run: Kennndy. lo-tase hit:
Brady. !ub!e playa: Senators. Earned
runs: Blair. Struck out: By Noyea. 8;
i by Olbeun. 4. Baae on balls; OS tilbaoo.
flames today: Pittsburg at Philadelphia:
Chicago at New York; Cincinnati at Brook
lyn; St. Louis at Boston.
SNEAK THIEF ROBS BANK
Doooys Teller from Wladow aad
Walks Away with Beadle
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 23 -A sneakthlef
stole 1835 from th First National bank of
this city Saturday afternoon. Clarence H.
Cheney, paying teller, was decoyed away
from the window of th cage In which he
was at work to answer a bogus telephone
call, and during his brief absence an un
known thief stole a package of bills.
Cheney left the bundle of bills on the
counter Inside the Iron csge, but It was
apparently only the work of a moment for
the thief to draw It through the window.
Das't rosik All Blah.
Restful sleep follows use of Dr. King's
New Discovery, the best lung cure In the
world. No cure, no pay. 80c, $1.00. for
DAVENPORT, Neb., Aug. 23. (Special
Telegram.) John Hoatson, county clerk of
this county, died at his home In' Hebron
this forenoon of appendicitis. He had been
In poor health for some time. He formerly
resided on his farm south of here In Kiowa
precinct, having lately bought a farm ad
joining this place. He was elected county
clerk two years ago and would doubtless
have been re-elected this fall. Arrange
ments have not been completed for his
funeral, but it Is thought It will be held
at this place.
Rev. F. A. Matthls.
DAVENPORT, Neb., Aug. 23 (Special
Telegram.) Rev. F. A. Matthls, pastor of
the English Lutheran church at this place
the past two years, died suddenly at his
home- here of heart trouble Wednesday
evening. The funeral was held Saturday
and was largely attended. Rev. Matthls
was well known In this state and Illinois,
having held a number of Important charges
In that state, coming to thla state In hope
of Improving his health.
RAWLINS. Wyo.. Aug. 23.-(Speclal.
Henry Magor, father of Richard Magor,
died yesterday at the age of 81 years. De
ceased was formerly a well-to-do business
man of Galena, III., where he was In
terested In lead mines. He came to Raw.
11ns In 1887.
Nephew of Seaator Brace.
DEADWOOD. S. D., Aug. U-fSooclaLl
Alonso Bruce,' colored, was found dead In
nis room this morning. He died from na
tural causes. He was a nephew of the
late Senator George K. Bruce of Missis
J'loaeer Wholesale Dragglat.
CHICAGO, Aug. it-Robert Stevenson, a
pioneer wholesale druggist of Chicago, Is
dead ef heart disease. He was stricken
suddenly Saturday while visiting at the
home of friends. .
FIGHT INCREASED ASSESSMENT
Older Members of A. O. V.
Do Not Like to Pay Hoc
BUFFALO, N. T., Aug. 23. A vigorous
fight will be wsged against the proposed
Increase In assessments upon the older
members of the Ancient Order of United
Workmen. A committee representing the
protesting members, will report at a mass
meeting to bo held here on September 1.
The committee has also addressed a com
munlcaMon to the National Fraternal con.
gress, which meets In annual session In
Milwaukee on August 2S, urging that body
to use Its Influence with the supreme offi
cers of the Workmen to have the recent
Strikes at the "loot.
Many dangerous dlsesces begin In Impure
blood. Electric Bitters puriflra ' the blood,
and cures, or -no pay. Only 60c For sale
by Kuhn Co.
The Big State Fairs?
fowa, toaBlolaos........Aarast B4VO0
BUaaosota, Mamlla.. .-Aa. ftl-lost. 8
Itkrssks, Llaeola. . . . Septean her e-11
oath Dakota, Yaaktoa. . . .Sent. 14V-1S
Coloravde. Pmehlo Sept. 11-ls)
SCaasas, Topeka ....Sept. 14-19
HUaois, SprlagSeld .... Sept. SJS-Oet. S
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