Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 08, 1905, NEWS SECTION, Page 7, Image 7
THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1905. v If UllCACO WINS FIRST CAME Winning Bon Vsds in Third Inning on Bocktnfiald'i Lrm. SECOND GAME RESULTS IN A TIE Brave la Urtfa to "een Wki Tim Is Called at Km ot tho Elchth . Inning- oa Account at , - DirkiMi, 8T. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 7.-BL Loula lost the Unit (tame of double-header witn Chi cago today on Rockenfleld a error, but auc ceeded In tiding th second after Buchanan had been pounded for what appeared to be commanding; lead. The second contest also uncovered a new pitcher for McAleer. Vanxant, who relieved Buchanan, and who haa been the local a utility outfl-ld all season, displayed excellent control and held Chicago to two hits. Score, first fame: CHICAOO. T. LOt'M. AB H O. A.E. AB.H.O.A. F . ef I iton. If 4 1 1 Or,-, rf..., Kaeta, M laiiahaa. If pnnanue, lb. Itnlie, 2b.... Hart, r. tRm k field, lb 4 I 4 I I I 4 I 14 I I 0 I 0 1 0 t Itriitr rf. 1 1 1 I 4Vall..-, ee. TJjjnea, lb. Kehier, cf., v auften, OSudnoS, p.. 0 14 Untmliill, lb Altrork. p.... I Totala II I IT II TsUle II I 17 II I Chicago 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 8t. Louis 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1 Earned runs: Bt. Louis, 1; Chicago, 1. Two-base hit: Koeliler. Home run: Davis. acrillct! hit: Davis. Double plays; Da vis to Donahue, Donahue to Davis: Davla 'to Rone to Donahue, Ijtolen base: Rocken. Icld. Kanci on halls: Off Altrock, 1. btrucK )ui: Hy Hudiioff, 1; by Altrock, 1. Left n bases: St. Louis, : Chicago, 3. Time: 1:1ft. Umpires: O'loughlln and McCarthy, bcore, second game; ST. LOT1B. CHICAOO. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H. OAS. Stune. If m I 4 ir. Jnnea. cf .l 111 i.chk tela, 2b I In.iie, rf 4 b rfUaue, aa. .. 4 I. Jr.nes. lb.. I ileaiion, 8b... I hoehter, cf. .. I ll ein-er, o.... 4 U'-nanas, p., 0 tangent, f... 4 4 4 1 1 Green, rf 4 I I It OLwela. as 4 I I 1 I 1 Callahan. If., lilt 1 tlronahu. lb., 4 till 1 OHuhe. lb 4 1 I I vHart, c 4 1 ulannehlll I T i 0 3k 4 t I I I 4 I ....It I 14 U ( 1 0 0 0 0-7 0 00 07 0 0 OBnillh. s. lis Tola la. Toieli to 24 to i 4t. Louis 4 0 2 JniCMgo 8 4 0 Game called end eighth Inning on account f darkness. Earned runs: Pt. Louis, 8; Chicago, 8. Two-base hits: Callahan, Davis. Three juse hit: Wnllace. Hits: Off Buchanan. 1, In one and one-third Inning; oft Vauaant, ! In six and two-third Innings. Passed . Mil: Hart. Stolen base; Gleason. Hit nv hitched hall: Bv Vanxant. Smith. Wild Mtihes: Smith, 4. Bases on balla: Off iUichanun, 2; of Vanxant, I; off Smith, 7. fctruok out: By Buchanan, 1; by Vunxant, j; by Hmlth. . Left on bases: St. Louis, ; -Chicago, 7. Time: 1:40. Umpires: O Loughiln and McCarthy. Attendance: 4,2'JO. ' Detroit Wine from Cleveland. CLEVELAND. Oct. 7. Cleveland lost the lant gnme of the season to Detroit, item bard being batted hard. Score: DETROIT. CLEVELAND. AB H O A X:. AB H.O.A B Mclntyra, If.. I I 1 0 0 Bar. cf 4 I I 0 4 Llnanay, lb... i 1 11 conxalton, rf. 4 1 I K.hu-lrr, lb.. 4 Oil 0 Stovall. Jb... 4 0 II Crawford, rf. I I 1 0 Uraiilajr, lb., i loon, cf 4 I I 0 Turner, aa. .. 4 I'oiiflilln, lb. 4 1 1 1 J'Uary, aa... I I 1 t 0 Harbaau, lb.. 4 1 Hew. If I tVarlier, c... 4 110 MUllln, p Sill 1 Clarka, e I Harnhara, p.. I Totala. . Detroit .31 11 17 U 1 Tetali U I 17 II I , 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0-T Cleveland 0 OOlOOOOO-l First base on errors: Cleveland. 1: De troit, 1. Two-base lilts: Bay, Mclntyre, I.lmlHay. Bacrltice hit: O'Leary. Stolen bases: Crawford (2). Double play: O'Leary to Schacfer to Lindse'y. Bases on balli: Off Bernhard, t. Left on bases: Cleveland, I; Detroit, . Struck out: l.y Bernhard. 4; by Mullln, 4. Wild pitch: Bernhard. Time: 1:30. Umpire: Sheridan. Attendance: 2,036. ' Wsahlngton Beata Philadelphia WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. -The season rinsed here today with a double-header be tween WusUngton and 1'biladelphia, tlx litAula winnkAr 111, Aral lw A t,k 4 SLti thj econd Was called at the end if the fifth in ning by agreement with the score a tie, I lo I. Score first game: WASHINGTON. PHILADELPHIA. . AB H O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.E. lonea cf 4 0 1 0 0 Hartaal. If... 4 111 Taaaaday, aa.. I I I I Lord, cf 4 1 1 0 - Hickman, lb. I 1 4 4 Barten, lb... I I AniUraoa, rf. 4 1 1 0 -hreck, lb. .1 0 1 0 0 Mtahl. lb 4 1 10 I OKnlahl. lb... I 0 111 Mil. lb I 0 1 1 0 HoRman, rf.. 10 10 0 Stanley, If... 4 0 1 0 0 Muruhy, lb. .. 4 0 0 4 1 . Ho don. .,.. 4 0 10 CM. Cruaa, aa.. 4 I I 10 Hardy, p 4 0 0 1 1 Poware. c.,.4 OHIO waddell, p... 0 0 0 0 TMsli 17 I M la IDyfan. p.... 4 I 0 .. 1 Totala ..17 120 I Two out when winning run waa scored. Washington 2 02000000 1 S Philadelphia 0 04000000 04 Earned runs: Washington, 3; Philadelphia, Three-base hlta: Barton, Cassldy. Home run: Hickman. Stolen base: Anderson. Sac rifice hit: Lord. Double plays: Cassldy to Stahl; Mil to Hickman to Stahl. Waddcll pltchud one inning, 3 runs, 2 hits; Dygert pitched nine Innings, 3 runs, 4 hits. First on bails: Off Hardy, 2; off Dygert, 2. Struck out: By Hardy. 4; by Waddell, 1; by Dvgrt, s. . Lift on baaea: Washington, 4; Philadel phia, . Time: 1:46. Umpires: Hurst and Connors. Attendance: fy.JuO. Score, second game; WASlllNOTON. PHILADELPHIA. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. Jaara, cf 1 1 CaAaaay. aa. I 1 OHartael, If... i 1 0 0 0 Lord, cf I 0 Sihre. k, lb... 1 0 Knisbt, lb... I 0 Hofttnaa, rf . . I 0 Murphy, lb... I 0 M. Croaa, aa.. I 0 Powera, c I V Uyara, p 0 Hii'KiDia, 2b. 3 HueLuueu. U. t Btahi. lb 1 Nlll, lb 1 Stanley, rf... V Knoll. C 1 Mauuel, p.... I ' Total IV 15 I 0 Totala U lull Washington 10 10 03 Phiiuuuipma 2 1 0 0 03 . Game called by agreement. Earned 'runs: Washington, 2; Philadel phia, 1 Yvo-baae hit: Hickman. Three mis hit: M' l ioh. Stolen bases: Stuhl, HmtHl. Double play: Powers to Cross. First base on bails: On Manuel, 2. off Myers, . Hit by pitched bail: By Myers, 1, Struck put: dy Manuel, 3; by Myeia, 6. Left on bases: Vusiuiiglon, 3; Phlludel piita, 1. liino: 1:00. Unipirea: Hurst and Cioucors. Neve York Wins Both Games. BOSTON, Oct. 7. Boston observed th close of th American luaue season today by winning a double-header from New xork. Tliu second gsn waa called at tne er.d of the tilth inning on account of dark ness, nuors, first game; BOSTON. NEW YORK. Att.M O.A.. AB.H. O.A.B, k... 4 14 1 OH. 1.0. cf a 1 I 0 0 rarest biebi. ol I 0 OKeeler, rf.,.. 11111 Freentaa, 3b.. 4 Burk.lt, It. . . 4 UriDithaw, lb 4 beluu'b. rf... I Uoowiu, lb... 4 ens". 4 Taunel 111, p.. 0 Winur, p t 1 1 Doue-horty. if I 1 4 0 0 0 Latiorla, 2b. . . t I I I 1 Ot li..e, lb 4 I 11 0 0 1 Uidriu, as... 1 1 I 4 1 1 Kleinow, t . i 0 1 Otorkraan. 3b. 4 0 0 1 0 0 li'Nia. p 1 o 1 t Orta. It I 0 I Teula W 11 0 1 4 Tout W ! 14 I (.me out when winning run was madu. Boston 31020000 1 7 New York. 30100VUOO vtf Horns runs: Laporte, Oldrlng. Saurlrtce hit: Douiierty, ioutle piay: Oluring to Laporte to Cnance. Hits: Off Tannelitll In une-half Inning. 2; oil Winter In nine and ono-lialf innings, 6; off Hugg In three Innings, 4; oor Una In seven inningo, J Ftisl base on bails: uff Tanuwliiu, i; off Winter, 1; on Hogg, 2. Struc. oot: By Winter. ; by llosa. 6; by Onu. 3. Tin's; a.tM. cmiilio: Connolly. Ocore, secuitd jtainv; BOSTON. KKW YORK. AB.H. O.A.B, ABU. O.A.B. Parent, .... 4 1 4 1 H.hn, ef 4 0 111 Slant, at 4 I aaeier, rr. ... a t 1 lKu(hertr. if I 1 OLapona, lb... I I Othaae, lb I I OUta.iag, aa... I 1 IConbor. c I I OCooksua. lb. I I 1 Newtou p. .. 1 0 JVooaalu. p... 0 r re. man. lb. I Buikett. U...0 1 tlr.iuehav, lb I 1 SellM.'fe. rf .. 1 UvUwin. lb. .. I I Arianruater, 4 I buahoa, p 1 0 iuuea). p.... 1 0 Huti, v 1 0 0 Totala. ..II 10 11 11 OUiioiia. p.... 0 0 00 Vwuwsa ... 1 I 0 Total... .J le 14 Batted for Newton In fifth. Boston 3 1 3 01 New York 4 114 11 Two-bse hils: Parent, Burkelt. Home run: Ormishaw. Sacrltlue lilts: Seiluich, Heeler. Dougherty. Double play: Goodwin to 1'arvnt to Griinahaw. Hits: Off Newton In three Innings. , off Quudwtn in one-half inning, I; off lluit in one-half inning, 1; off Oiirfith in one inning, 1; off Hatches In four Innings, , off Dineen in one inning, 1. First base on balls: uff Dineen. 1; off Ooodwln, 3; off Hop-g, 1. Struck out: By Dineen. 1. by Nenton, 3; by Hogg, 1; by Hueiies, 3. balls; tuuuur, 4. Wild 1:30. Flayed. Won. I,st. ret .?1 .M .516 .RM 413 .47? .424 .361 Philadelphia ,...M 82 '"hlcairr ....iso ....1M ....152 ....1M ....! tl 19 19 T 71 64 83 69 74 71 7. ?s S7 $s Detroit Itonton Cleveland ... New York... Washington ..Jf.1 St. Louis 151 Games today: Chicago at 6t. Louis. GAME M TtlK SATIOJAL LF.AGIT. Clnelnnatt aad St. Louis Break Even la Double-Header. CINCINNATI. Oct. 7 Each teem won a game In the double-header between Cin cinnati and St. Ixiuis this afternoon and In each Instance the victors were aided by the errors of their opponents. Score, first game: T. LOVI". CINCINNATI AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H. OAS. Pttnleaev. If. I 0 H.i.ilna, lb.. 4 0 Karrr. II 4 4 Iroff, rf . .. I Berkley, lb.. Grade, I Horae. Ih.... HUnee, rf 4 Hoelak'ter, lb 4 Mi Hrid. as.. 4 Taylor, 4 I 1 I I 1 I I 0 Seymour, ct. . 4 0 Corroraa. a.. 4 1 Odwall rf.... 4 0 Hlnrhmaa. Ik 4 1 1 K'ller, lb. ... 4 1 tl B'hlfl. c 4 1 I Cbach. B. .. I "Blefla .. 40 II 17 I I Totals... Totala... llatted for Chech In ninth. .r.u mil l St. Louis 00240100 0-7 Cincinnati 20000000 13 Two-base hits: Seymour (2). Hlnchman, SchleL Three-base hit: Dunleavy. Stolen bases: Taylor, Dunleavy. iHiuble plays: McBride. Hoeiskoetter and Beckley; Cor coran. Hugglns and Kelley. Bacrlllue hit: Homes. Struck out: Hv Cheen. z: Dy Taylor, 1. Umpire: Johnstone. Time: 1:60. core, secona game: CINCINNATI. ST. LOflS. Hvntaa. 2b.. I 0 4 10 AB.H. O.A.B. Barry, lb 4 T 0 0 DnnlraTT. If. I 0 0 0 Peymour, cf.. 4 I I 0 Corcoran, aa.. 4 111 ('dwell. If.... 4 110 0DBToff. Cf. ... 4 0 Berkley, lb.. 4 1 10 Leahy, c 4 4 1 Hmrhman, 2b I 0 1 I Hurke, lb 4 Hlmea rf.... I Hnlk'lar, lb I 1 0 8 1 -a la. rf 4 0 10 Street, e 4 14 1 Vowlnkla, p.. I 0 1 0 Mcllnde, aa.. 4 Brown, p 1 T ota La II I 17 10 OHirady 1 Totala. ..14 I 14 10 1 Batted for Brown la ninth. ' Cincinnati 00002022 - St. Louis 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-3 Home run: Odwell. Stolen bases: Sey mour, Muggins, Vowlnkle. Bases on balls: Off Brown, 9; off Vowinkle, 3. Sacrifice hits: Vowinkle (31. struck out: By vo winkle, 4; by Brown, . Wild pitches: Brown. 1: Vowinkle, 1. Time: I SO Umpire: Johnstone. Attendance: 2,500. Erta Break la Brooklyn. BROOKLYN. Oct. 7. By winning the laat game of the final series trom Boston today me .Brooklyn Nationals wound up the play ing schedule for I'M with four wins and one defeat In their last struggle with the New Kngiandcrs. Score, first garnet BOSTON. BKOOKLYN. AB.H. O.A.B. AU.H. I.t I. Ab'tlrchlo. bb I 1 I 4 Hall, rf 1 . 0 Tenney, lb. T I OSheckaril, II.. Bill Dolan. rf. 10 1 dewier, lb... 4 I I 10 0 Batr-h. lb I I I 1 3 Hummel, 2b.. 6 0 I 0 OLewla, aa 4 I I 1 1 0 Malay cf Ill 110 Rittar. c 4 I t 110 k'aaon, p I 1 0 iielehanty, If. 4 Wolrert'n, 3b 4 Cannell,. cf. .'. 4 Hajrmer, lb... I Needham, . , I Kramer, p 4 -Mclntyre, p.. I 0 0 Totala 31 14 17 II I , Totala 17 13 17 17 1 Boston 0 0 0 3 1 6 0 0 110 Brooklyn 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 04 Two-base hits: Wolverton (2), Delehanty (11. Sacrifice hits: Wolverton, Malay. Stolen bases: Abbattlchlo, Ritter. Base hit; Off Eason, 7, in five innings; off Mc lntyre, 7 In four Innings. Lett on liases: Boston. 7: Brooklyn, lu. Bastis on balls: Off Eason, 1; off Mclntyre. 3. Firat base on errors: Boston, 1; Drooklyn, 1. litruck out: By Mclntyre, 1. Passed ball: Bit ter. Time: 1:45. Umpire: O Day. Attend ance: 2,600. Score, second game: BROOKLYN. BOSTON. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.. Hall. rf. oAb'ttichlo, as 4 0 Tenney, lb... I 1 Dolan. rf-lb. . 4 14 0 (10 Bhrckard, If.. OiBMer, lb... Batch, 3b Hummel, lb.. Lewia, as Malay, cf Ritter, c Stanton, p... 10 1 0 Delehanty, rf 4 OWolvert'o. lb 4 0 Cannell, cf . . . 4 1 Ray mar. lb... 4 0 Moran, c I OWllhelm, If.. I 0 10 110 0 0 0 110 10 0 10 0 Total. 14 17 11 U I Total. 13 14 II 11 1 Brooklyn : 2 0 2 2 0 5 11 Boston 1 0 3 0 1 0, 2 7 Two-base hits: Abbattlchlo. Wolverton, Hummel. Three-base hit: Delcounty (2) Hummel. Home runs: Oeasler. Lewis, Bit ter. Sucrllice hit: Balch. Stolen bases: Kaymer (2). Moran, Sheckard, Balch, Hum mel, Malay. Double plays: Kaymer to Abbattlchlo to Tenney; ADDaiticnio u Tenney. Left on bases: Boston, Brook lyn, 6. Bases on oans: un ocanion. x. First base on errors: Boston, 1; Brooklyn, 1. Hit by pitched ball: Scanlon (1). Struck out: By Scanlon, 1. Wild pitch: Dolan. Time: 1:13. Umpire; O Day, Attendance, 6,200. Chicago Wins from Plttsbnrar. PITTSBURG, Oct. 7. Pittsburg closed Its season at home by going down to defeat in a close and exciting game. Score: CHICAGO. PITTSBl'RU. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H. O.AB 81. gle. cf 4 ill OCIymar, If.... 6 1100 Lcbert. lb.... 4 14 1 IGanley, rf....l Chance, lb... I 1 4 0 0 Leach, cf 4 McCarthy, if. 4 1 1 0 0 Wanner, I Tlrker, mm.... 4 1 I OHowani. lb... 4 Malone, rf..l 0 4 0 0 Knabe, lb.... I Bvera. lb I 1 I 1 ORItchey, 2b... I O'Nrll, c 4 0 11 ooibaon. c I Reulbacb, p.. 4 0 0 1 0'lanacan ... 1 LelHeld, p.... 0 Total II I 17 ) 1 "Clarke 0 1 11 Totala 30 T 17 21 1 Chicago 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-2 Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Earned runs: Chicago. 2. Two-base hits: Wugner, Slagln (2). Double plays: O'Nell to Kvers, O'Nell to Tinker, Tinker to Evers, First base on balls: off Lft-ltield, 2; off Re u I bach, 6. Struck out: By Lelfteld, 2; by Keulbach, 5. Wild pitch: Keulbach. Balk: Leltlold. Time: 10. Umpire: Klem. At tendance, 4,Otio. Even Break at New York. NEW YORK, Oct. 7.-The New York and Philadelphia teams wound up the National league base ball season here today in 'a double header and broke -even. The home team batted out a victory In the tenth Inning of the first game! and the visitors took the second by a score of to 1, the game being railed at the end of the fifth Inning on account of darkness. Score, first game: NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA. AB.H. O.A.B. AB.H. O.A.B. Breenaaan. c. 6 0 I I OThomaa, cf... 4 I 1 1 0 Browne, rf.., Don I In, cf..., rlenea. If... trang, as..., Devlin, aa... Ullbert, lb.. Clarke, lb... Taylor, p.... 1 OOleaaoa, lb... 4 1 I ( I 1 Courtney, Sb. 10 4 10 1 0Ma.ee, If Ill 1 IT 11 in, If 4 00 1 OHraneueld. lb 4 1 II t 1 1 IDoclln, as.... 4 0 1 I 1 0 ODooln, 4 I I 1 1 ODutsleby, p.. 4 0 Totals 1 SO 11 s Totala 14 111 10 I One out when winning run was made. Phtludelphia 0 00011000 13 New York 0 00001010 J i First buse on errors: New York, 1; Phil adelphia, 3. Left on bases: New York, ; Philadelphia, k. Base on bulls; off Tay lor, 4; off Duggleby, 5. Struch out: by .Taylor, 4; by Duggl-eby, 3. Home run; Mertes. Three buse hit: Thomas. Two buse hits: Mertes. Browne. .Sucrlflce hit: Uleason. Stolen buses: Browne, Gilbert, Magee. Double plays: Bresnahan and Gil bert; Devlin, (unuuHlsted); Taylor and Ull bert; Uleuson and Bransneld. Wild pitch: Duggltiby. Passed bull: Bresnahan. Um pire: Einslle. Time: l:5o. PHILADELPHIA KKW YORK. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. Thorn... rf...l 11 OBrow.e. rf...l 0 0 0 0 Olea.ou. lb... I 114 Ol 'i.lin, ef....l 110 0 Cuurtuey, lb. I 1 1 I OMtlLa, if..., t 110 0 Mae. If I I 0 0 Sewn. M ... I 1110 To a., rf 1 0 0 0 Devlin, lb... 110 10 Bran.Seld. lb I 1 I 0 t Gilbert, lb... 1 1 1 I 0 boolls, a.... I Oil IClarbe lb....l 0 0 Muneob, c... I 110 0 Bowamwa, a. 1 I 10 Brady, p .... I 0 1 llEllloll, p.... I 0 0 1 Totals It U 11 1 Totala II it ( 0 Philadelphia ; 3 1 0 0 3 New York 1 0 0 0 01 First bus on errors: New York. 1. Left on base: New York, t; Philadelphia, 8. Bases on balls: off Brady, 1. Struck -wl: by Elliott. 1; by Brady, 1. Home run: hia- fee. Two buse hits: Donlln. Mertes, nomas, Munson. Sucrlflce hit: Courtney. Double plays: Brady. Doolin and Brans Meld; Courtney. Gleuson and Bransneld. Hit by pitcher: by Elliott. 1. Umpire: Emslie. Time; bi minutes. Attendance: (.Ouo. Standlnc of th Teama. ' Plaved. Won. Lost- Vet. rsew ion ioj Pittsburg , 151 C'hieavo 151 Philadelphia 1J6 ( iiuinnutl , ial St. Louis 152 Boston 154 Brooklyn 153 CItchrs: Goodwin, Dineen. Time: mplre: Connolly. Attendance, t.tu'A tnndlua of the Team". H6 4 .CM W b .bMo HO tl .& M .M7 77 74 .610 hi u .thn (I I'll .J: 48 14 .31 Games today: Pittsburg at Cincinnati; St. Louis at Chicago. Bcbvrarlek's Fin Striae. Will Schwarick of the county treasurer s office spent the day of the daylight parade away from the maddening crowd, which be has becorti too used lo since the Inaugura tion of Die scavenger law, and was re garded for a day's Ashing at Cut-Off lake by a fine string of fish In which was a pik that wvlguvU wvsr pwutul and m half. -- DAKOTANS ARE OUTCLASSED f Hebraike'i Goal Lino ii Droned Onoo tl Bemlt of Bkd Fnmbln. t SCORE IS FORTY-TWO TO SIX Heme Team Has Advaataae ef Weight Jehasoa, Deaslew ss Horse Wake Sareeasfal Bprlats, (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. Oct. 7.-(Speclat Telegram.) South Dakota was outclassed on the uni versity gridiron today and Nebraska won, 42 to (. A fumble by Nebraska on the four yard line allowed Case, the visitors' speedy quarterback to grab the ball and run the length of the field for a touchdown. This and the ease with which the Corahuskera marched down the field for a steady proces sion of touchdowns were the sole redeem ing features of the annual clash of the two elevens. The score credited to the northerners was due to one of the veriest of flukes. With the ball on South Dakota's two-yard line and only one more plunge needed to carry it over, Wilson, Nebraska' right half, fum bled. The oval plumped square into the1 open arms of Case, Dakota's quarter, who cleared the bunch In a flash and ran down the field and over the Cornhuskera' goal. Booth's daxed pupils vainly pursued, but Case had a long lead and waa too fast to be caught. Once again South Dakota sneaked the ball out of the pile on Its own one-yard line, Fromlsy racing the full length of the gridiron for another touoh down, but the officials ruled that the ball was dead and In Nebraska's possession, and the Cornhuskera soon pushed through for another score. Nebraska fumbled execrably, forfeiting the ball a half dosen times when within a few yards of the opposing goal line, but for which the CornhUBkers' total easily should have been over sixty. Booth's men also were lame on kicking goals, falling on olx tries out of eight touchdowns. " In every department the South Dakotans were completely routed and while making a determined stand, they were helpless to stand up against Nebraska's rushes or to even once make their distance and retain the boll on down. The margin of weight was also against the visitors and long runs around the ends by the Nebraska backs and ends were so profuse aa to become a mo notony. The flashiest sprints of the game were achieved by Johnson and Denslow, the Cornhuskers' ends, who broke loose fre quently for gains varying from thirty to sixty yards. Morse, Nebraska's quarter, pulled off several dazzling runs, dodging with rare dexterity, while Mason, Weller Taylor and Cotton were used effectively In plunging through the line. The lineup: . NEBRASKA. SOUTH DAKOTA. Denalow. Coulthard..R. E.L E Bennett Cottoa K. T L T.... - Cuppett Taylor , Borg, CAptala... Rica Weller Johnaon Morae. Eager... Wllaon, Little.. Schmidt Maaon. Beekley R. O L. O... .....C.C .L. c.n. a... .Tolefaon. . O Nelll Kolb Ihma Lattln Evana ..Caaa, Captain aimpeoa Walker L. T.R T... . E. R. E V Q ,.R. M.U ft.. , .L. H. R. H.. ..". M.tr. B... Bromley Touchdowns: Mason. Tavlnr 3V T.ltilo i2i Denslow, Weller. Goals: Morse, Cotton. Referee: Cornell of Lincoln. Umpire: Ervln of Lincoln. Time of halves: 20 and 16 min utes. BELLE VIE BEATS OMAIIA C. C. TEAM YounsT Presbyterians Too Strong- for the Embryo Bnslncss Men. The Omaha Commercial college were de feated by a score of 17 to 2 down at Hello. vue Saturday. With a strong wind from mo Boutn. umana KicKea orr to Bellevue; ball down on the twenty-five-yard line. Bcllevue, defending the north goal, carried it to the flfteen-varri line, waa hr-M fnr downs. Omaha carried the ball for downs twenty yards, was forced to punt, the ball striking; a ulaver and bounded har-u nf the. goal line. Omaha kicked out to twenty-flve- yara niie. cseiievue, witn gorxi team work, carried It over for touchdown. Brown kicked goal. Score, first half, to o. Time Of half: 0:25. The second half Bellevue worked some fine fake plays and team work began to tell, nearly every down making its dis tance. Omaha lost two chances to score on account of fumbles. Several times both teams were forced to punt, Brown of Belle vue being the gainer. Omaha forced the play to Bellevue s three-yard line, but lost on a fumble on the next play. Benson was tackled behind his own goal line, giving Omaha the only two points they made in the gam. Bellevue finally got things rustl ing along v their own way, making two touchdowns and one goal In the second half. The Benson brothers of Bellevue made some fine returns and good gains. Loring, an ex-hlgh school boy, did fine work for Bellevue in smashing Interference and returning punts. Omaha's best ground gainers were Cox.- Watson and Smith, and with little Interference could have done much more. The half ended with the bull on Bellevue's lif teen-yard line. Score: 17 to 2. The llneuo: OMAHA. Ball R. E. R. E. BELLEVUE. Baakervllla , Pope Wahott Kearna Berry Agnew Marvel, Loring Harrington, Youaem..R. T.R T... Pllator R. O. R. o... Dunn .-. C.C Wateon L. G. L O... Arnold, Year L.T. L. T... Blarkman L. E. L. K. .. Baker, Captain Q Q Co K. B. K B... Browns Harts ,...B. Ben.on Hraltn jh, H. R. H B agnail ONLY ...U H. L. H O. Beoeoa SCORE AS WHISTLE BLOWS Crelarhton Wins Close Game from Peru Normal la Nick of Time. PERU, Neb., Oct. 7. (Special Telegram.) Th Creighton university foot ball team succeeded In defeating the State Normal team today In a close and exciting game, full of brilliant plays. The first half ended with no score, but both teams fighting desperately to place the oval for a touch down. In the second half the Creighton boys fought desperately to win the game, and succeeded in making a touchdown during the last Ave minutes of play. Lam phere and Cuscuden, for Creighton, made repeated line plunges, bringing the ball (o the Normal team'a five-yard line, when Cuscaden went over the line for the only touchdown of the game. Coad kicked goal and time waa called, with the aoore to 0 In favor of the Omaha team. Cuscaden gave the greatest exhibition of tducky playing that has ever been seen on the Normal field. Time and again he ran en tirely through the opposing line to be downed by the Normal s fullback. For the Normals, Davis and J. Ray did the most consistent work. The lineup: TATE NORMAL. CREIOHTON. Jo.eel ., L.E. LE Roosap "its L. T.L. T Miller Murphy L. G. L. O Alberta Ph'ls C.C McCorroirk Bleaalng R. G.R. O Kuhl 7Y' R. T. R. T Laapkere r K. E R. g..Ke.aea, Ayleworth B k Q Q Coad Le L H.L H Hobba Malar R. h Ft H Btee... Ulr B. F. B Cuacadon IOWA VNIVERSITY FAILS TO SCORE Chlcaao University Mnkes Seven Touchdowns. s CHICAOO. Oct. 7. Chlcaao univeraltv eleven, showing splendid form for so early in iiiv eoii, overwiieimingiy aeieatil Iowa this afternoon, scoring seven touch downs, goal being kicked in every Instance, a total of 42 points. Th Maroon goal line was never seriously In danger, although lows succeeded In getting the bull on Chicago's thirty-five yard line In the second half. This was due to a fumble by a Chi cago back and Iowa waa forced to kick lin. mediately. Most of Chicago's scoring wig done in the first hulf. On account of the excessive heat th second half was only of fifteen minutes duration. The lineup: CHICAGO. IOWA. Parry I- R. BtreH I- 1 R T SehoMua L- O. R O Roekwoud C.C... Pita a- d L d Wsekbvra E. T. L T Seyde) R- L. Moors M.Q heat Hill Boons Meigs S h-rer ,.. Bedeneca ratlin. Captala Evkeraall Harpor Walker Beldek , L. H. B. R. H. B Oreeos ..a. n u n. Muruky F. B. T B...MecGeaa. Caputs Crelahtoa Juniors Win. Saturday afternoon the Creighton Juniors met tne Capitol mil root bail team on th Crelgnmn campus. A a result the Cretan ton Junior crossed their opponent' erne. I line twlc. while the Capitol Hills failed U scorw, . To un bucking of Captala Coad, McMuhon were the feaures. The game was watched by about ? enthuslustlc spec' tntors. 1 he lineup: CTtriOHTON JVNlOKg. CAPITOU HIIXA. Jam'eaon a B'R K a. Oearlr Olytin ft T R T Hitler Thofnpaon R O P O Kopal Muaan t O Blrharilaon Mi-lien I. O L O Sla. k Pentherty LILT R. Coady V artery L K L E Kalrnner to Kenma McShana U H y B , I1nca MrMahon R HHH B Toom CM 4 (O L H H L H B lna.r Rorha riPB More 1 1 Umpire: Cullen. Referee: Mullen. Time of halves: Twenty minutes. Touchdowns; Mugan, Dougherty. HIGH IICHOOL TRAM BK AT 1IARI.AH After Bel Oat played la First Half . Former Takes a Brare. The game on the Lake Manawa gridiron yesterday afternoon between the Council Bluffs and Harlan High schools resulted In a victory for the locals by a score of 10 to Despite the heat both teams put up a good game of foot ball. The two teams were about evenly matched In weight There was a small attendance, although the Harlan boys were accom panied here by a goodly alsed crowd of rootera. Twenty-minute halves were played, in the first half it lookrd as If the visitor were going to have everything their way, as the Bluffs boys made a number of costly fumbles. Harlan scored a touoh down and kicked goal and the half cloax-d with the score 6 to 0 In favor ol l no visitors. in the second half, however, the locals took a brace and early In the play Nlcoll scored a touchdown, but failed to kick goal. With but forty seconds to play Nlooll was gushed over the line for a sea ona touchdown, but again failed to send the oval over the bar. The second half closed with the score 10 to ( In favor of the Bluffs team. The officials were: Referee, Chestnut; umpire. Fink: head linesman, Dtetrloh; timekeepers. Cutler and Hess. Next Saturday the Bluffs team wiirplay the Missouri Valley High school and the contest will be waged on the Lake Manawa del.. DOAKK COLLEGE 19 DEFEATED Second Team ( Inlrerslty Wlaa at Crete by Five Xothlnar. CRETE, Neb.. Oct. 7. Special Tele gram.) The second team of Nebraska uni versity defeated Doane today by 5 to 0. The University kicked off to Doane. Some line bucking was tried and then the teams began to punt. The ball did not come closer than the fifteen-yard line during the first half. The second half Doano kicked to the University after a series of punts on both sides. The University kicked the ball out on Doane's five-yard line and then bucked the line for a touchdown. Coach Fuhrer says that the Doane team played the poorest game he ever saw played by that Institution. The lineup: I'NIVERSITT. DOANB. Pateroon .C.C gpeea, Taylor Orono Mathers Butcher fraier , Penlla Cook Thaln, Benedict. Arery Bender Kummel ..R. t. R O ,.R. f. R T . . R. E. R. E ..U O. U O ...L. T L. T ,..U S. L B si. Q Brunaoa wilhabsr M areata Dowae Furrow Day Bales, Hurd Orarblll. Paraona ..R. H. B. n L. H. L. H...Johneon. Dickeraon F. IS. r B Fubrar South Omnha Wins at Plattsmonth, PLATTSMOUTH, Nob.. Oct. 7.-(Ppeclal Telegram.) The South Omaha High School foot bull team came to this city tniu after noon and defeated the Plaltsmouth High school team, 16 to 0. The feature of the game was the fast work of the South Omaha boys. The lineup: BOCTH OMAHA. PLATTSMOUTH. Ktddoo CC KaPP , R OIK Q Noxon K T It T Fltlgeiald ...,,.R e,R B Tuley ......L OIL U Leonard L 1 L T Beal Li:LB Bwis Q BQ B Tyeon ...L H ill L 11 B Mapoa ...R H B K H B Hawaen F BF B Mloer Ererett Carr ....., Barclay .., Wolf HU-kman . Meuioiigli , Monger ... Plniell ... Ntxou Cohn (C).. Touchdowns: Cohn, Everett, Nixon. Goal from touchdown: Colin, ttcferee; Wind ham. Umpire; Currau. Hard Work at Ames. AMES, la.. Oct. 7. (Special). The foot ball team the past week has been under going some stringent practice. From scrim mage work and th game with Coe college a week ago It Is ery apparent that Couch Klstlne Is sadly lucking in heavy line men. in the first part of the Coe game, Ames waa outplayed, bat owing to its good physl cul endurance it took, but a ahort time to flay the Coe boy off their feet. On-e of he points that Coach Ristlne haa been Instilling Into th linemen la their ten- rlmv 1 n nluv fork Vttirh anrl he has been giving them some direct 'pointers in this i posted for the half. Excitement' becam In direction. It :s no secret that the Ames tense when the threw-quarters was passed team does not have the weight that It has had In recent years and a great deal will depend upon the speed developed In order to stand any show of a winning team this fall. It will mean an unlimited amount of hard work to net the team In shape for the game with the Minnesota team which occurs at Minneapolis next Saturday and It is likely that they will be given aom urgent work the coming week. Flsrht In Columbia On me. NEW YORK, Oct. 7. It looked for a time as If the Columbta-Wesleyan foot ball game at American Leugue park today, which re sulted In a tie, neither side scoring, would end in a free light when Bailey. Wesleyan s fullback. Jumped on Armstrong of Colum bia as tne latter lay prostrate on the field at the end of a long run. For fully rive minutes the Columbia players fought to get at Bailey and the presence of a large po lice force alone quieted them. Armstrong was removed from the game. Harvard Defeats Maine. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 7-rWlthout having Its own goal threatened Harvard defeated the University ot Maine, 22 to 0, on Soldiers' field today, scoring three times In the first half of twenty minutes and once In the second during ten minute of play. The only poor feature In the Harvard plays was the holding In the linn, which resulted In heavy penalties. The lighter Maine team could make but little progress against the Harvard line. lows State Defeats Normal. AMES. Ia.. Oct. 7. (Special Telegram.) In a ragged game here today Ames de feated the state normal team. 39 to 0. The normal team was unable to stand the hard line smashes ot Ames and the players were forced back over their goal seven times. Normal fumbled unmercifully and both teama were continually penalised for off side play. . . Yale Wins from Syracuse. NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Oct. T.-Yale won from Syracuse in a splendid game of foot ball on Yale field this afternoon, the final score being 16 to 0. Fnr the second game of the fall the Yale men were agreeably surprised by th showing of th team. Northwestern Detent Wabnsb. CHICAOO. Oct. 7. Northwestern uni versity defeated Wabash college today by the, score of 6 to 0. Northwestern made a touchdown In the flrt half, but failed to kick goal, and from that time until the close of th gum Wabash held them safely. Mornlnsreldo Defeats Bnenn Vlstn. SIOUX CITY. Oct. 7 (Special Telegram.) Mornlngslde college defeated Buena Vista college of Btorra Lake here this afternoon Id to o. It was tne opening game ror Dotn teama. Mayor W. G. Seara kicked off. Navy Wins Decisive Victory. ANNAPOLIS. Md.. Oct. 7-The navvs Opening foot ball of the season which Waa played Here today waa a decisive victory, the team of the Virginia Military Institute being defeated by a score of 29 to 0. Tie Game In SI. Louis, ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Oct. 7. Washington uni versity Inaugurated the local Rugby foot ball season today by playing a 0 to 0 game aeainst koss roiyiecnnic institute ot I err Haute, ind. (loua City Wins from Onawn. SIOUX CITY, Oct. '7 (Special. V-loux City High school defeated Onawa High school here today 72 to 0. Beatrice Boys Win from Relvldere. BEATRICE, Neb.. Oct. 7. (Special Tele gram The sixth grade foot ball team de feated Btlvldere. 6 to 0. Soore of Other Games. At Mount Vernon. Ia Cornell, 23: Lenox, (. At Champa. III. Illinois. 14; Northwest ern College, 0. At Notre Dame, Ind Notre Dame, 8; Michigan Agricultural College. 0. At Cedar Rapids. Ia Drake. 23; Coe. 18. At Madison, Wis. Wisconsin University, 34; Ijiwrenee University, o. At Philadelphia Pennsylvania, 11; Swarth more, 4. At West Point-West Point. It; Colgate. . At New York Lehigh, (; New York Uni versity, I At Ithaca. N. T Cornell Id- Rnoknall A At Lexington. Vov. Washington and t university, i; nampaen money College, 0. ai wasnington. r-e. Washington and Jf. fersnn College, 57; Ohio University, 0. At Favettevllle. Ark University uf Kan Ma, , UniversU-r of Arkansas, t KLY !K0 TREATMENT IS . a a. aa- a a ft V ft innmuRn irnii irrnimrTn. - nniviina wi. timt iiw i at an honest price and permanent cure la wlvit Dr. Branaman offers to his office or by mall before October 31st, A free trial. Then only per montn pays "r i - DEAFNESS. ASTHMA, CATARRH, DLOOD POISON CURED , . -..!.. r - . .,... i ..m.mm It.. I. EACH INDIVIDUAL CAPE according to th etxsre of the disease, so there can be no doubt. If lie a -cepts pur r"r ' are APSt'HED OF A CURE. NOT AN IMPROVEMENT for a few days, but a permanent and 1 -intlng . uie. H a straightforward business proposition. Voucannot lose. 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Stokes, Craig, Mo., a promi nent lawyer of northwest Missouri; writes: "I had trouble with loss of appetite, great distress In my stomach, constant belching, nose stopped up, throat aore, constant hawking. I lost flesh, got weak: was tieated without success by the best doc tors. I was a nervous wieok when 1 begin your treatment I am now cured of all the above symptoms. Am strong and well.' FAST MILE BY DAN PATCH King of Paoeri Loweri ihs Doit Shield Fsoinf Bocord to 1:551-4, WILL START AGAIN WEDNESDAY Attempt Will Be Made to Break Record of 1iS14 Mode With out Any Artificial Aid. LEXINGTON, Ky.. Oct. 7.-t)an Patch, King of pacers, today clipped three-quarters oi a second from his own, the world' record, negotiating the mile In 1:55. A crowd of 10,000 was already In high atat of. enthusiasm over the smashing of the 1905 race record and the world' thrce heut record successively and when Dan Patch' tlma was given out excitement approached freniy. Cheering people threw hats and wraps In the air and swarmed onto the track c? spite the efforts of po licemen, th ovation continuing cvial minutes. The great son of Joe Tatchen and Zelllka appeared for his trial at 4 o'clock. Tho track was lightning fast and there was no wind and the weather condition were ideal. Scott Hudson was behind the pace maker. A trlp of cloth between the wheel of th forward sulky prevented dirt being thrown behind was tho only suggestion of a wind shield. Hershey was behind Dan Patch. Th book offered t lo i either way on th result of th effort. There were cheers when -$hi was hung out for the first quarter. Dan Patch's nos was al most against Hudson's ooat and the crowd began vainly yelling to Hudson to mov up. Hope was stimulated when 67H was in 1 :264 and the apecators began shout Ing encouragement to the drivers. Into the stretch the great pacer, still keeping his even, seemingly effortless stride, tho runner at hi sulky wheel began to mov up, Hudson giving a little more rein, but Hershey sat like a statue, not urging hi charg with whip or word. Dan Patch made no last supreme effort. He just finished th mile aa h had begun It. He had scarcely broken Into a sweat when led back to receive the plaudits of th crowd. M. W. Savage, his owner, had the an nouncer publicly thank Hudson for hi work as pacemaker. H also announced that Dan Patch Wednesday would be sent against the record of 1:694 made without a dust shield. V The three fastest heats ever paced marked the 2:04 event, and the average time for th total heal of the day was the fastest on record, nl the Initial heat of the 3:04 pace Haxel Patch gav th Lexington track the 1906 race record of 2:024. Th next heat was won by Laconda In 2:02 flat. II likewise claimed the third heat In 2:044. The three finishes were pronounced the most heartbreaking seen this year. Nathan Strauss, the favorite throughout the pooling, though fields sold at from 60 to 50, Ho M to 30. had to be content with third money. The betting In the event was th heaviest of the meeting. Scott Hudson ' was In th sulky for th first time this season and behind Nervolo. Every favorite wa beaten todajr. In the Wilson stake, 3:20 class pace. Bolivar won In straight heats. Kid Shay won the 2:08 trot from the heavy favorite, Anglola, Ilk wise In straight heats. Harold Brooks was favorite In th 2:14 pace, but Gratt did not allow him to have a heat, though the con test was close. Summaries: The Wilson stake, 32.000, 2:20 pace: Bolivar, b. sr. (DeRvuer) Mi Bonnie Wilkes, cn. m. (Howard). Ed Patch, b. a. (McHaffe) ..2 8 .4 4 Cashwood, ch. g. (Chandler) Time: z ;(, l:, z:U!i4. Trotting. 2:08 claaa. purse 81.200: Kid Shay, b g. (Rosemlr) I 1 Anetola, b. m. (Ames) 6 2 Mazetto, blk. g. (Dicksrson) 2 6 Redlac, br. h. (Grubb) 2 2 Direct View, Chase. Robert B and Jim Ferry alsvvtarted. Tlma: 3:084, 2:07V. Paelne, 3:14 class, purse 81.000: Oratt. blk. h. (Spenoer) 1 1 1 Harold Brooks, 6. g. (Estee) 2 2 Black urattan, blk. g. (M Mahon)....! 8 4 William C, blk. g. (Freeman! 7 4 3 Martha Young, Roland Reed, Diamond O and High Seven also started. Time; t.Cu, 2:07. 3:10V Pacing. 2:04 class, curse 81.509: Locanda. br. h. (Murphy) 1 .1 8 .2 2 Haael Patoh, blk. h. (Flack).. Nathan Strauss, b. g. (Thomas).. Nervolo, b. n. tMudson).. .7 o Major C. Pan Michael aad Baron Grat- tsn started. Tim: 2.-024. 8 02. 104. PHILIPPINE BEATS BLACKHAWK Faces tho Tours la On Tea and a Half. . The Omaha Driving club's matinee pro gram at Sprague Stieet park Saturday aft ernoon proved a popular event, for several hundred 'people were there to witness the races, part of them Omaha people and a urge numoer 01 ineiu AK-nar-uon visitors. Three good races wer pulled off In the course of th afternoon. Interest wa greatest In the 1:16 pace, which It took three heats to decide. Black hawk won th first heat, but th crowd wus sore on him because he cam down the home stretch at a gallop. In the sec ond heat Blackhawk ran a pretty race until near the finish, when he broke and Philippine cam in first. Philippine won the third heal In 1:1H. the fastest of thj three heat. Julia B., driven by Mike Weatherbee of Council Bluffs, took the 1:19 pace with Nebraska, driven by J. 8. Iman. second In th third and deciding heat It was peck and neck almost around th track, but Julia B. forged ahead on th stretch, whll at th same Urn Nebraska broke his gait. Aa shiblUea ha If mil wa paced by 0 u in FREE MEDICINES ARE FREE M W W. ft Kav leaalMSitt 1 0 what - i, ..mm lu, ! a Me tn ttlne - n.on.ro.t evlth ,v,rv morlnrn Hovl.-e for THK ELECTRICITY Cures deafness and head noises perma nently by applying It to the ears. A mild current is passed through, the ears, reducing all Inflammation, relieving ail shrunken nnd thickened conditions of th ear drums. It also acta as a great nerv tonic, restoring and reviving every nerv fiber to a healthy condition. rONSl'LTATION FREE. Free Trial Treatment to All In Office. Mr, . R. Garrison, Reynolds, Neb., says: "I was deaf fnr-26 years. Specialists told me I was Incurable. 1 treAted with a dozen, who failed to even benefit me. Dr. Branaman cured me by home treatment. I can hear splendid." Rertn Wilkes, owned by Hurry Huston, In which she broke her former record of 1:09 by going it In 1:0HH. The timers and Judges were 8. RAndolph, Captain Freer and W. D. I-rfmrldae. O. U. Yeoman of Des Moines acted aa starter. The events and stores were as follows: Class 1:1-, pacing: Roy F. (J. S. Imaii) S 2 Billy Boy (A. L. Anderson) 2 3 Kxlon K. J. Cnmplcll) 1 1 Rena Wilkes (H. Huston) 4 4 Time: 1:0!). 1:09. Class 1:20, pacing: Julln B. (Mike Weatherbee) ..2 1 1 Nebraska (J. 8. Imaiil 1 2 2 Time: l:lVs. l:23Vx, 1:25. In this race Chestnut Babe withdrew after the first heat and The Captain after the aecond. Class 1:16, paclnar: Farmer Boy tL. Betts) 4 4 1 Blackhawk R. A. Thompson) 1 i 2 Lady Belle (A. M. Henderson). ...3 3 4 Philippine (H. R. White) 3 1 1 Time: 1:16,, 1:12, 1:10H- RULES FOR CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Game Will Be Called at a O'clock Instead of 3fctO. CINCINNATI, Oct. 7. Supplemental rule for the world's championship games ere announced today by Chairman Herrmann, as follows: All games in Philadelphia and New York will commence at 3 o'clock Instead of :3U, as heretofore announced. Tho ofllrlnl bulls of the Notional league will be used in all (fames on National leafcue grounds, and' the official ball of the Amer ican league on AntfiiCRn lengun grounds. A meeting of the commission nnd the um pires selected will be held on Monday, Oc tober , at the Bellevue-Stratford hotel, Philadelphia, at 11 a. m. Chairman Herrmann of the National Base Rail commission makes public, today an an nouncement of the championship series at Chlca 50: Lnder an agreement drawn up between the respective presidents of the Chicago National and American league clubs, a series of games la to be played between irese two clubs, commencing on October 10, 1908. to determine the championship of the city of Chicago. J. E. Johnstone and Thomas Connelly will act aa umpire. Grand Island Averages. . . GRAND ISLAND. Neh.. Oct. 7. Sneclal The Grand Island base ball club finished the season with thirty-one games won and twenty-eight lost. The following averages have been compiled hy the scorer from the forty-Beven games of which a detailed score is at nana, scores or a raw of tiie games played in other cities being unavailable: BATTING; AVERAGES. Name and Rank 1 Shafstull 2 Kitxmun 8 Grant 4 Bennett Feta 6 Dow 7 Twitchell 8Woita 9 H. Trobough lOSchuff 11 D. Trobough 12 Balrd 13 Iewin 14 Glade 18 Whltcomb 16 Steen 17 Welsh 18 Brown AB. II. Pet. .. 95 32 ,M7 .. 80 9 .300 ., 63 18 .Zo'i ..IK 8 .278 .. 19 8 .'.a .. 108 28 . 251 .. 82 8 ,U0 ..m 81 .238 .. 89 U .LK6 ..43 10 ,2iS .. 143 33 .231 .. 177 40 . 22S .. 54 12 .22 .. 143 31 .217 .. 125 87 .118 ..81 17 .210 ..IOC 21 .1H8 ..64 .! In fielding the Individual members of the team stand as follows: FIELDING AVERAGES. Name and Rank. PO. 1 Brown, If... 1 it 2 Whltcombe, c and rf.. 211 3 Glade, p, lb and rf... 74 4 Shafstall, lb and If... 232 5 D. Trobough, 2b ,. 119 8 Twitchell, 2b 23 7 Wolta, c, lb and rf.... 221 8 Welsh, p, lb and rf.... 73 9 Balrd. cf 47 10 Rltsman, p and If 13 11 Lewin, p. if and rf.... 12 12 H. Trobough, if and 3b 22 i:: Hohuff, 8b and as 15 14 Steen, Jb and ss 33 15 Grant, 3b.. . 24 16 Feta, ss 13 17 Dow, ss JO 18 Bennett, p and rf 8 A. E. Pet, 1 4 0 l.COO I 44 3 I 36 8 .957 1 8 12 .953 ' 96 . 15 .i:ia 20 8 .:- 28 18 .Mi 44 9 .m 3 4 .9:i 14 7 .'J19 29 8 .ell 13 6 .8 5 32 7 .870 62 14 .859 56 13 .8.9 10 4 .852 73 28 .70 1 4 .;i4 Three-1 I,caatu Report. BTXDOMINOTON. III.. Oct. 7.-Edward Holland, president and treasurer of the Three-I league has completed his annual reports which are to be submitted at tho annual meeting at Dubuque, October 10 The balance on hand la 841.272.92. The receipts for the year were 314.153.92 and the dis bursements, 88,i. The umpires' salaries amounted to I2.S08 if while the varloua cluba drew out 32.803.50. The 'average re ceipts per game In the various cities were as follows: Dubupue, 1144 94; Rock Island. 3172 98; Springfield, 1211; Decatur, 3162.97; Cedar Rapids, tlft 96; Blnnmlngton. $149 17; Daven port. I1S0.02; Peoria, f 1 60.30. During the If M2.810 .49 was paid to visiting clubs; 36.f029 into the holiday pool; 87 710.42 Into the sinking fund. The total receipts were $78238.79 and the total attendance for the aeason. 823.681. Five hundred and four games were scheduled while 488 were play-d The average attendance per fame WtVB 6o3a Amateur Carnival at Kansas City. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Oct. 7-Arrange- r.KiJ.ihv.,MB rrnpl,'"'(1 hy e Missouri Athletic club for Its national amateur box- h.Kh?M ,,lirifr tournament which I to . """"oiin nan on Mondav. No. 7 .k , rpny wnn-n will l, awarded In eVeK" f "nd 'tC"n1 t,rl2t'' welgn,. the 'latter" cMnit Wn nd wrestlers weighing over m pounds Amateur rules will govern both the boxing n", I"1? ""'"nsT contests! . .. uioni 10 go mree rounrle. m .1.1 wrestling matches to be limited t uL:,mU'T Tach' Any mateur boxer ler desiring to enter thl. ,n..JlJ to fifteen or wrest- KH U,rh-',',ry hUnkt- 'lch III give hlrh all th Information, by addressing; J H Herman, manager of tournament. 12lA wll nut street, Kansas City. Mo ournament may ' ureet. I hamplo PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 7An ArT'rf I"1' champion PI American league base ball rloK Crowd Greets Ih.mnl... immense 'hlladelphli k. it. ' 1 "I" e iit-riainmeni prom ses to h- S.iBr"Tt thletic -vent ever held In the west, and all amateurs in this part of the eountrv nr.. lio.i,. . ." V . . eie ior ine 1 ne weights for both boxing snd wregt- vi" ?l?VS.o!in d.,Xld'! ,n, "ven class,. lz. Hm pounds, 115 pounds. 125 pounds lis pounds. 146 pounds 1R ... i. ' urn to this city tonight. Tl e train rea. I. i the lVnnMvlvan.it J 111 p:n'',l er., enaer and Wad p 11 urn VOU Want tWof VH T ft, Pnt. Honest Apply -r - . .,, .-.i its, tret. every li k ami ted person rmae - evcrv rnse. and does not ac- THKAT3 CUKE OK DISK ASK. H" Mrs. R. I. Hutchison. IMHI If, 1"th St., says: "I bad catarrh and deafness for years; noises In my head, my kidneys, itomach and lime: pained me. I tried many good doctors without any relief. I was discouraged. Dr. Branaman cured m) In a short time. I am now enjoying; the best of health." Mrs. 1.1. ale Unifies 214 K. 13th St., says: "I had asthma so bad I could not walk upstairs. I would wheese, rough and gimp for breath day and night. Doctors told me asthma could not be cured. Dr. Bratinmnn cured me I am now free (rota All tho above symptoms and feel fine." Home Treatment aa Effective as Office Treatment. Write tor Home Treatment Symptom Blanks and Book of Testimonials. G. M. BRANAMAN, (.1. D. . 510 Kerr York Life Bids?., Omaha, Neb, Office Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.; even-, Ing, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7 to p. m.; Sundays, 10 a. in. to 12 m. dell attempted to puns through the throng. They wi-n surrounded and the service of several iollr men were required to get tlieni sjtfely to the street cars. Vrrdla-re Meets Waterloo. FIERCE, Neb., Oct.- 7. (Special.! rieree took the scalp of Verilpre's vaunted cham pions today n the local diamond by a suore of 7 to 4. The game was close, and exciting up to the eighth, when Pierce took the lend. The pitching of Peterson for llerce w.ts the feature cf the sumo. He struck out eleven men and only four safe hits were made off his delivery. Billy Carroll anil O'Keefo, both brush lengue players, were Verdigre'a battery. Skeuil caught for Tierce. Burns Detents Fillmore. FOREST CITY. Ia., Oct. 7.-(fnccil). In a wrestling m-ich at the fair, "Far mer" Martin Burns, champion lightweight wrestler, bested Doc Fillmore, champion of Canada. Burns winning tho first nnd third falls, each of the three bouta lasting less than ten minutes. Tire affair took place on a platform beforo the grandstand and was witnessed by thousands of spec tators. lor 32 Show Piano Sate at Hospe's The "big Biiccensj of our Carnival Week Piano Hnlc induces us to put tin another groat wrck of bar gains. Two cars of New Piano. golden oak cases, 'mahogany cases,, walaut casea. The finest bunch of High Grade, Pianos ever seen on our floor. ; Wc have ' nin tic mimx-IhI Induce ments for buyer In and out of town. Mnet-lnl terms;, xutii am 95, (!, $7, H and f to per month. I'lanoN delivered to any part of the nest, ' Your money Is good at this house your obligation to pay 1 just aa good. You can get the best piano at A. Hospe Co. on easy payments at a price which begins at 9143, $16.5. 9173, 9187, that this money will purchase.- You will get tJiCBe pianort $B0 cheaper than the small dealer can sell tbem for. -You will have the best guaran tee that can accompany the bar gain. . Just sea. our stock of KXAHI3 ! PIANOS, Klt.lMCIl & HACK PIANOM, KIM HALL PIANOS, HAIXKT-DAVIN PIANOS, Hl'SH & LANK PIANOS. Just figure It out; Here are the best grades made, and you buy them from $225 up, on 17, $8 and f 10 (and for cash) payments. ' Our Organ Department has equally low prices. New Organ, selling for $ tl).no and up. Used Orgaus at 912, 913, 91H, 923 to 9:10, at 31 k! per week payments. Our Stool and llench Depart ment has the finest to match any piano, at prices running from BO up to 914 each. Piano Scarfs, from 91.73 up. Music Cases for sheet music', from i7 to 91. Cases for Disc and Records at from 9 up. Everything in Music Boxes, from 92 up to 20O. Victor Talking Machines, from 922 up to l 10(). Piano Players from 9150 up. Ebb.v payments. The most perfect Angelus Piano Player, In all woods to match pianos, 9250. Easy payr inents. Pianos Rented, 9: up. Pianos Tuned. Pianos Moved, reflnWhcd aud remodeled. A. liospe Co. 1513 Douglas St. 3X3SB BBtSmmTLSBmVmW PS! bill RIVER EXCURSIONS FROM FLORENCE Moat leaves every hour, afternoon and evening. TRIP TICKETS, IS CENTS Special arrangements may be made for HUNTING. KlrJHING and CAMPING PARTIKH at camp, eight uule north of Florence.