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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEt MONDAY, SETTEMBER 3. 1906.
R8URRES WIN FROM SIOUX
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Pa's ioyt Bonch Hits on Inditsi in Fifth
t ,v. .,r ! Inning. v .
WELCH . MAKES . 1W0 HOME RUNS
MeXeeler la flit Freely,. h Geed
Fleldlag Keene. Seero Davra
Aatry Make Ooed
SIOtTX CITT, la., Sept. t, Omiht took
the last pm of the present Mrles by
landing on'Newlln la the fifth Inning for
two home rune and three singles. Up to
that Uma ha pitched steady ball. McNeeley
' ni hit freely, bat good fielding behind
him kept tha soar tow. , Tha hitting of
' Watch and Atjtreys ' one-hand eatoh of
Weed's Una dHvs high la tha air whlla
running with tha ball were tha features.
B, R. H. PO. A. K.
' . OMAHA.
McNeeley . p I 1
Autrer. rf. , i . 1
Perrlng. lb I , 0
Welch, cf I t
Basaey, If .............. 4 1
. Kunkle. lb I 0
Howard, ib.. 1 1
Long, a t 1
OondMg, c.... . ...... 4 1
Totala IT I
io r u
' ' AB. ft. H. PO.
Campbell, If - 1 t 1
fjheehan, lb ....... 1
Kobllt, cf..... - 4
Weed, Jb...v... . I
Newton, ss 4
Corbett, lb ........ i
Frees. . o ........ .. 4
JlMlfr, rf I
. Is'ewlln, p
.... 3s i i n u i
o o o til o o s-
Omaha . ....
Bioux cuy. .........
.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ol
EtrnM runs! Omaha. a Two-base hits:
CamDtMtll. Autrer. . Horn runa: Welch
(2), Oondtng. Autiey, Doubla play: Long
to Kunkle. irti on oases: moux juy,
I: Omaha. 4. Stolen "base: Nobllt. Sacri
fice hlta: Bheehan, Runkle. First bane on
balls: Off Newlln, 1: off McNeeley. 1.
Hit by pitched ball: Howard, Corbett.
Struck out: By Newlln, 7; by McNeeley,
a- -rune: nw. umpire: uavis. Attena
anca: . 1.C0O. , , ,,,
. , Poatpoaed Gnoses.
At JDenver Denver-Pueblo game post
poned on account of rain.
StaAdlnar of ' tha Teams.
Played.' Won. Lost. Pet
Des Molnaa ........1-1 ,tl 34 .710
Omaha -..ll 62 67 .Ml
Lincoln ........120 M 4 .'
Bloux City ..120 66 86 . 450
Denver ..........1...121 66 84 .54
Pueblo . .......... ..119 46 74 371
Oamaa today; . Omaha at Dea Molnea,
Bloux City at Lincoln. Denver at Pueblo.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet
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JF.TTKR.S TIKI 1 DOIBLB-HBADER
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Bea4 Dicta Athletlee Twice Saaday at
Tha Jetter Oold Topa of Bouth Omaha,
who made their flret appearance of the
season at Diets park yesterday afternoon,
succeeded In - landing both games of a
double-header, winning from the, Athletics
In the first game by the ecora ot 4 to 3,
and winning the second from tho Assocl.i
tlona by 'the score of 6 to 2. The visitor
won out solely .through the pitching of
Collier, who pitched tha eighteen inmnus
and allowed but ten hits. Clark and Ken
nedy played excellent ball, and twloa d'ir.
lng the'eecond game each team pulled
Itself out- of a, bad hole through tho ex
.ii.tit wirk nf the Inflelders.
Next Sunday the Cherokee Indiana play
'a return engagement at Diets park.
., Bcora, first game:
. . , B, JKTTERS. -
.... AB. R. H. PO. A. K.
Kennedy, 2b 6 1 1 . J
Lisbon. b ....... 8 0 0 0 0 1
Clark, ss. 6 0.1 .4 4 0
. -Whltelock.,lf 4 0. ,.0,,.;.. 0 0
--CcrtrWrrp-Vii. 1"- -l. f J
M Crandall. c- '..?.V.. 4 ' 0 ' I 1 1
'Hinkle.' lb ..;.; J f " r 2
Pasrft. rf 1 1 -0-1 1
Tuthlll. -cf ..... .. .'
. ' Totals .
-.:.3 4' 7
pi4T25 A, A.'
'. a IS T TT
AD, X. aI
Tracy. b 4 1
Hall. 2b ......... I i
Camp, lb J
Fiatner, rr ,.
' Anderson, If ...... 4 0
- Knight, ss 4 0
, Hunter, o . 2
Iifferty, cf ....... 4 0
young, p 4 0
Tnl.ll .... .33
, B. Jettera .....0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2-4 7 2
Diets AvA X 0100010 0 3 4
Dou'bl play: Knight to Hall. Struck
out: By Collier. 4; by Young. . ilnw:
l:S0. Attendanca. 703. Umpire: Trail.
.. Score, second game:.
1 u in" ros
, . v, W
.. AB. R.
Kennedy. Jb 6
Lisbon, so v.i.. s
C lark, as ...I...... 4
Whltelock.. I'- 4
' Crandall, o ; 4
Hlnkle, la.......-.... 4
Page, rf ....,.. .. 4
TuthllL. cf. 4
Totals...... ........ .!L..'
, . . UIKlx. Ainunii.
AB. R. H. O,
rmrtdard.- Cf.. 4 0 0 0
' Camp, lb ... J
Tracy,. 3b 3
Plainer, rf , 4
In man. 2b. 4
Spell man, lf.....M.. 4
Koran. . sa. ...... ...... 4
Rica, t J
Mathews, p... ..... 0
Jetters -.V.J 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 06
plats i..O 0OO0200O-2
Struck aut: By Collier, 2: by Mathews, 1:
by.Rlcav 4. Hit with pltohad ball: By Col
lier, 4. Time: 1;16. Umpire: Trail. Attend
t ' '.1
. Cat-O Yacht Raa.
Tha Cut-Off araeht raoea Sunday after
noon were the faateat of the season, the
five-mile course being finished In 40 minutes.
Tha Teddy was disabled at the outset snd
did not finish the race. Following la tha
time at which the contestants finished:
Yacht S3 Sklddoo. George Redlrk, skipper.
I. bowl a, N. H. Oray, Jack Kelly, niUehed
Trio, A.. 0. Hartman, skipper, H.
Gamer, Ray Ayers. Robert Wiley, finished
Yaoht Viking. O., Drefold. skipper, Roy
Bloom, Fred Johnson, finished 6:G5I.
Yacht York, Q. Sayles, skipper, V. Bear,
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Hollys Skla Strellera.
Tha Hollys agalii defeated tha Strollera
Bunday, tbia time In a game which went
' eleven innings and was -xcltlug through
out, especially In th etajhth inning, when,
after two were out, Howell allowed a hit
and walked two, filling the baaea Hen.
drick'a safe soared all and tied tha score.
Tha Sjltotvlns of Bunnell, after he relieved
Grey In, the a'1" Inning, allowed enlv
PBOPOHALS FOR FLOUR, OATS,
Dried Fruit, Kta - Department of tne
iBtsrtor. Office, ot Indlau Affairs, Wus-
tngtoa, D. C, August, 7, 1104. beitled.
proposala, plainly marked on tha outatde
of the envelope. '"Proposals for flour, oata.
dried fruit," etc., as the case may be. and
addrssasd to the "Comiulssloner of Indian
Affairs, Washington. D. C." wilt be re
ceived at thi Indian office until 2 o'clock
p. m. 'of Thursday, September 27, 1101,
ana men - openea, ror xurnismng ins
Indian service with canned tomatoes,
cornineaL cracked wheat, dried fruit, feed.
flour, hominy, oats, and rolled oats, dur
ing the ftecel year ending June 10, HOT.
Bids anust 4e made oat on government
blanks. Schedules giving the neoesaary
lntormsiion lor aiaaers win De rurnianod
en aoDlleation te the Indian offloe. Wash-
..lngton.'I. C: the U. 8- Indian warehouse
at New York City, Chicago, I1L, St. Louis.
Mo.. Omaha. Neb- and Eaa Francisco. CaL;
wis rommiaaary cr suDslsisnce, u. a
atCheyerne. Wye.;' the quartermaster,
U. 8. A Seattle. Wash., snd tha nostuia.
ters at Tucson, Portland, Spokane and
Tecoma. . Tha department reservea tha
rsni ie rejert any and all bias, or any
" ot any bid. -1
C r. UUtliAil-S, Actla Commiasloneg.
two Sroltra to ae first In tha last 0r
Innings, while ha seemed to fan them at
will. An aewt by Denny from right a
first and Clslr'a first base play were tha
features. Score l R.H.B.
Mollys 1 0 I 0 1 I 0 0 1-1 10 4
Strollers lttOOMOOft 7 4
Batterlee: Grey. Bunnell and Velechoy-
iky; Howell and Bteck.
This afternoon the Hollva tlT the Ideal-
Hustlers In Council Bluffs, beginning at
1.16 p. m.
OAMR9 IS AMERICA. ASSOCIATION
Salata Wla Beth Gaaaaa at Daabla
Header fraas Parkers.
KANSAS CITT, Sept. . Bt. Paol took
both gnmea of a double-header hare to
day. In the second game Kansas City's
errors were costly. Score, first gam:
rr. pail. Kansas rrrr.
01r. ss I 14 1 lWsidnM, rt.i I 1
Snides, lb... 1
Mrera. rf-k . 4 I
VtnKandt. et. 4 1
Slills. rt ... 4
Wkesler, lb . 4 4
Cnf. It I I
Pm44a. lb... I t
Marias, a... 4 1
1 t orerrlna 4 I I I 1
I 4 Hill, cf 4 I 4 t
4 SBlirM. I... 4 14 14
1 I SPnnti. Ik ... 4 144
1 MrRrl4, Si.. 4 14 14
I t 4Sillln, (..1444
I I tDurkam, s... 141
4 14 Bobsnnon, p. t t I
Tutsi n 11 II 1 TMllS t II tl II 1
Cansady out on bunted third strike.
Bt. Paul 0 1 9 0 2 0 0 1 0-4
Kanras City 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0S
Two-base hit: Psdden. Three-base hits:
Coy, Waldron. Bases on balls: Off liur
ham, 1; off Bohsntvw. t; oft Morgan, 1
by Morgsn, I. lilts: Off Durhsm, 6 In live
Innlnsra; off Bohannon, .5 In four Innings.
Ieft on bases: Kansas City, 6; Bt. Psul, 4.
Wild Ditches: Durham. X. Double clays:
Sullivan to Perrlne; Oeler to Paddon to
Bugden. Bsrrltlce hits: Bugrten. Faddon
Stolen bases: Myers, Vsn Candt, Wsldron
Time: 2:06. Umpire: Owens. : -Score,
ST. PAfU. KANSAS CITT.
AB H 0 A . ' ABHO.AI
Osier, at 4 1 1 I 4Wal4rM. rf.. 4 4 t 4 4
utla, lb.. 1
IS 1 tCamdjr, If..
11 Periina. lb.
1 4 Hill. cf. ...J
III lBnrka, h...
4 4 4 trranta, lb..
114 4 MBli4. St.
4 7 4 Siilllran, e.
11 ft Onttrhar, p.
Myr. rf.... I
VMtr, lb.. 4
Cor. If I
Pmidn, lb... 4
Irwla, e 4
Slafls, p t
4 14 14
4 1 t I I
. (T 14 1 .
Total 44 11 17 11 I
Batted for Crutohar In ninth.
Bt. Paul o 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 16
Kansas City 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 03
Two-base hlta: Perrlne, Wheeler, Blaglo.
Three-base hit: Cnssady. Bases on balls:
Off Cmtcher, 7. Struck out: By Crutcher,
3: by Single. 7. Double plays: Hill to Sul-
uvsn; ouinvan io fernne (2). Faased balls:
Sullivan, Irwin. Hit with pitched ball:
Burke, Slajde. Ie-ft on bases: Kansas City,
7: St. Paul. . Stolen base: Sugden. Sncrl
nca hit: Sugden. Time; 2:00. Umpire Owens.
Distillers Take a Pair.
LOUISVILLE. Ky., Sept. 2. -Louisville
won both games of a double-header from
Indianapolis here today. Tha. first game
was a slugging match, the locals winning
out In the last half of the ninth In a bat
ting rally. Stovall relieved Elliott aftrr
the fifth Inning. The home team won the
second game by batting Hafford at oppor
tune times. Toe second game was called
at the end of the fifth Inning on account
of darkness. - Score, first game:
Karwln. rf... 4 I 4 0 4 Dunlnavy, rf. 4 1 1 4
Hantaan. If.. I II 4 4Atharton, Ik. I 1 1 1 1
Sul'ran. lb-lb 14 1 4 Hlmea, cf.... I 4(4
Braahrar, Ik. 1 1 I 1 4Carr. Ik t i 11 4 4
W'4'tiff. Ib-f ( 41 awilllama, at. 4 I 1 I 4
Storall, of-p. I 1 I I tThlelmaa. If. S I 4 4
Stoner. ...,.! 4 ft 1 4 Marcan, lb... ( lit
Rbaw, I l'Kah(w. 4 I 4 1 I
Qulnlan. as.. 4 1 I 4 4 Hlcksr. I 1 4 11
Blllott, p.... 1 1414
Dunk la, p.... 1 4 4 4 Tetsls 41 1N II 1
Kaona 4 4
Tstels' 14 II 17 IT S
Batted for Elliott In fifth.
Two out when winning run scored.
Louisville ...t 11 0 0 0 10 311
Indianapolis 0 1 0 2 2 2 0 1 010
Two-baae hits: Marcan, Dunkle. Three
base hits: Woodruff, Atherton, Brasheor,
Carr. Btolen bases: Hallman (3), Williams.
Carr. Thlelman, Sullivan. Sacrifice hits:
Qulnlan, Atherton. Kahoa. Bases on balls:
Off Elliott, t; off Btovsll. 1; off.Hlckey, 7.
Struck out: By Stovall. 1; by Hlckey, 4.
Hit by pitched ball:- by Stovall, 2; bv
Hlckey, 1. Wild pltehr Hlckey -1. Passed
ball: Stoner, 1. Hits: Off Elliott. 11 In
Ave Innings: off Stovull. 7 In four Innings.
Left on bases: Louisville. 10; Indianapolis,
. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Kane.
,. Bcora. second game: , ,
LOl'ISVILLe. 1 ' WDIAMAPOUi.
kars1n.',rf... I 1 'SDmlaaVr, rf. 1 1 1 4 4
Hallman, If.. 1 1 4 4 . 4 Atbsrton. lb. 14 14 4
Sullt.au. lb.. 1 ill 4 Him , of.... 1 111
n ahear. lb. 1 1 aoarr , lb 114 4
Woodruff, cf. 1 4 I I ftWIIIIamaf as. I 1 4 4
itoall. p..r. 14 4 1 aThlalmao, Ht. 1114
haw, 110 Maraan. tb... 14 114
Qulslan. as... I 4 1 I Holmas. ... I 4 11
Dunkla, lb... 1 1. I 4 HaSor,t p... 1 1 1,1 1
II 1.11' I Totals ...! "4 u"i"i
..a u 1 u 0 I
Indianapolis 0 0 0 02
a Two-baae hit: Carr. Home, run: Bra
w shear. Sacrifice hit: Sullivan. Baaea on
: balls: Off Hafford. 3. Struck out: By
. Stovall, I; by HasaXrd, 1. Left on bases:
I-oulsvllle. 2; Indianapolis, 1 Time: 1:0V.
I 1 niiri ivane.
colaaaaas ghats Qat Toledo.
COLUMBUa O., Sept. 2.-Berger had
better control tban Mlnahan and Colum
bus won a light hitting game 1 to 0. Pick
erings pass, his two steals and Hlnch
man a drive to the left Held fence netted
tha run. Score:
AB H O.A.E. . AB.H.O.A B.
Plrkarlns. cf. I 1 1 I 4rilnsnan. as. 4 1 I I 4
C'oultar. If... 4 4 I 4 1 J. tlarka. If 4 1 1 4
Hlurbaias. rf. 1 1 1 4 Odwll. cf.... 4 114 4
Frl.l. lb...., I 1 4 .4Damoal, rf... 4 1
Klbm, Ik 1 4 4 4 K usar, lb.. 14 114
Hul.wllt, as. I I 1 I OKnabe. lb.... I Ills
Wrlslar. lb.. 1 111 W. Clark a. lb I I T I I
Blve, s 14 11 4Abbot. .... I I I I
Bars,, p.... I I 1 4Mlaabas, p.. I I 1 I I
Totals ....., Ill I 1 TaUla .....1 3 14 114
Columbus ......0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Stolen bases: Pickering (t.' Wrlgley.
Two-baae hit: Hlnchman. Struck out:
By Berber, s: by Minahan, 1. First base
on Dana: un oerger. 1; off Mlnahan. 4.
Wild pitch: Berger. . Hit by pitched ball:
Hlnchman. Blue. Umpire: Flaherty.
Time; 1:45. 1
Oaaae Pestpoaed. .
At MilwaukeeMlnnnnlla.Mll mV..
game1 postponed on account ot rain.
. Btaadlag af the Tasas.
Plived. Won. Ixiat. Pet.
St. Paul ....
S3 . 63 .610
77 68 .670
71 , 43 . 630
48 8 .611
OS 09 .45
71 71 .M
61 ' 73 . 460
4 . 89 .X
(l.mM tV T 1n.1l. n. ....li.
Milwaukee at Minneapolis, Kansas ICty af
bu rsui, xoieao at coiumuua
lavlaclbles sal Ortclaals
The Coronas and the Invlnclbles and tha
Lee-Olass-Andreeee-n and Atlantic, la.,
teams played two Interesting same of ball
at th Vinton Street park yesterday. Tha
Invlnclbles and the Iee-01aaa-Andreeeen
teams carrying off the honors. Both games
were interesting trom tne can 01 time until
the finish. Two one-hsnd catches by Snyder
of the Atlantic team caused that Individual
to doff his oap to the enthusiastic f ana
Invlnclbles ......0 4 003004336
Coronas .........1 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-2 4 3
Batteries: Probst" and Bgnek: Feller anC
AB. K.. H. PO. A- U.
Bradford. ID ,.. 4 0 0 4 3 1
Lawier, ss ... 3 ' 3 0 2 1
Mullen, lb 4 2 1 9 0 1
laaey, 11.. ., a
Roben, -cf 4 1
Mlnlkua. Jb.... ... 4 3
Ulbaon. rf 4 O
Clair, c t 4 01
Adams, p 4 0 1
10 37 U 3
AB. R. H. PO. A
Harnhart, 3b 4 0 0 1 3
(l. r ranuin, c I S T
O. Franklin, rf 4 0 0 0
Sargent. If 4 t I ' I
rtnoaea, cr , 8-0 e
Uircher, . p..., t 0 0
Morrow, lb 4 0 3
Presaon, ss .4 0 0
Bnyder, 2b 4 0 0
I . 24 13
L. O. A 0 0 2 2 0 1 I 0 -
Atlantic 0 IIMli.lH
Earned runs, L. a. A.. 1 Two-base hits,
Minlkas, Mullen. Bases en bells: Oft
A. Isms, 1; Struck out: By Adama 7: by
Blrcher. 7. Double plays: Bnyder to Pres
son: Snyder to Morrow, Time: 1:1. I'm-
L. O. A,
Ceatral City Defeats Clarke.
CLARKS. Neb.. Bept. 1 pecial Tele
gram. 1 1 ne venirai .iiy (.'llppera defeated
(.'larks on the burns grounds today in a
slow game by a score of 8 to 8. Kjr.rt..
Central City. C. Workland and Aug. Qai.
vsji( viaiaaj awoavs aag 31, a le
C ARDINALS WIN FROM CCBS
OatoAcVi Winning Strom it Breksi by
HOME TEAM UNABLE TO HIT BEEBE
Oss Pleldlaj r.rror, Tferaa atatteap
Mlapaapa sal T Hlta far Rxtra
Bases Glva Tlaltara
CHICAGO, Sept. 2. Chicago's winning
streak was broken by tha St. Louie team
today. Ona "aiding error, three battery
mteplaya and two hits for extra baaoa
gave tha visitors five runa. Tha locale
could do nothing with Beeba when hlta
were needed. Score: .
rr. loits. chicaoo.
Bar, rf ... 4 114 4 Oaaalar. f... 4 till
BMiaatt. lb.. 4 1 1 I 0l bar, If.. 4 1.1 4 4
Oradr. lb.... I 4 11 1 Srhult. rf... I I 4 4 4
Hollr. lb.... 4 111 Hofmaa, lb.. I 111 4 0
Martea. If. ... I 11 Ptalofaldt. lb 4 1 4 1 V
Morrar, ef... 4 4 1 4 4 Tiaksr, as... 4 4 4 (4
Noonaa. a.... I 14 I a, lb.. A I 4
Ctawford. as. I 1 1 I 4 M an. t I 1 I 1 I
BMb. p 1111 4prlatar. p... 14 4 14
R.ulbatk. p.. I 1 4 4 4
ToUl It t 17 1 Kilos 1
Totals U 4 It II 1
St. Louis 0 1 0 3 3 0 0 0 01
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2
Hits: Oft Pfelster. In seven Innings;
off Reulbach, 1 In two Innings, l,ert on
bases: Chicago, ; St. Louis, 7. Two-base
hit: Barry. Three-base hit: Noonan. Sac
rifice hits: Bennett, Beebe. Stolen bass:
Oessler, Scheckard. Double play: Holly,
Bennett and Orady. Struck oilt: By
Pfelster, 4; by Ruelbach, 4; by Beebe, 6.
Passed balls: Moran, 2. Bases on balls:
Off Pfelster, 4: off Beebe, 4. Wild pitch:
Pfelster. Hit with ball: Scheckard, tics
ter. Time: 1:66. Umpires: Lundgren and
Reda Wla fress Pirates.
CINCINNATI, Sept. lLong hits figured
largely In the victory of Cincinnati over
Pittsburg In the mm today, although
two of the three-baggers made by the lo
cals were not productive of runs. Wagner
hatted for Lelneld in the ninth, but owing
to his Injury of Saturday ha waa able to
hobble only two baaea on his long drive to
left center. Score:
Husstna lb.. 14 11 triarka. If.... 14 14 4
Kalle?. If.... 4 111 40aaler. rf... 4 14 4 4
Juda. rf 4 1 1 4 4 Meier, aa 4 1 I 1 1
Smoot, cf.... 4 1 4 I SLaarb. lb I 1 I 1 4
Lohert, aa.... 4 111 1 Nealon. lb... 4 1 10 1 4
S:hlal, lb.... 4 1 II 4 0h ban, lb.. 4 1 1
Livingston, a I 4 I 1 Rlttber. lb.. 4 1111
Mowrr. lb.,.. 1 111 oibaoii. e I 1411
Prasar, p. ... I 111 0 Lettald. p... 1 1 I I I
Wasnar 1 1 4 4 4
Totals 11 I IT 17 1 '
Totals II I 14 II 1
Batted for Lelneld In the ninth.
Cincinnati 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 4
Pittsburg 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-2
Two-base hits: Smoot, Oaoley, Wagner.
Three-base hits: Kelley Fraser, Lo-
bert. Stolen base: Leach. Sacrifice hits:
Lelfleld, 2. Struck out: By Lelneld, t.
First base on balls: off Eraser, 3; off Lel
fleld. 1. Hit by, pitched ball: Lelfleld, 1.
Time; 1:40. Umpire: Klein.
Steadies at the Trams.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago 1 03 U .744
Pittsburg in 78 43 .b'16
New York 118 75 43 .f2
Philadelphia. ..1- 66 , 66 .464
Cincinnati 124 62 72 .411
Brooklyn 117 47 70 . 402
Bt. Lout 123 46 77 . 374
Boston ...123 40 33 .826
' Games today: Boston at New York,
Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicago at Cin
cinnati. St. Louis at Pittsburg.
GAMES 1 THE AMERICA LEAGUE
Chleajro Wins fraaa Cleveland Fear
CHICAOO, Sept. 2. Opportune hitting
and clever base running, coupled with
White's fine, pitching, gave Chicago to
day's game with Cleveland, 4 to L 1 Two
singles, an error and a wild pitcn gave ton
visitors their only run. Lajoie hurt hla
ankle and retired. A foul tip hit Sullivan
on the thumb, and he .too, retired. Score:
. AB.H.O.A B. - - ' AaH.ftt.il
Hahs, rf..... 4 1 1 1 tCatfrn. 1f...,4 4 ('
Jonas, et I 1 4 4 4 8to II. lb... 4 11 4 1
labetl. lb..... 4 111 ITurnar, as.... 4 1111
Davla. as I I 1 1 I Lajolo. lb.... 1 S I 1 4
Dosobua, Ik. I 1 14 4 SJackaon. ef... 1 4 4 4 4
Doufbertr. If I I 1 I 4CoDgalton. rf 4 1 I I I
SulllTsn. e.. I I 1 1 Srikfc. ef-lk.. 4 4 114
Towns. I I 1 I 4 Roaamaa, lb. 4 I 11 I 4
Tansaklll, Ik I I 1 I 0 Bemta. I I 4 I 4
Whlla. p I 14 4 1 Bern sard, p.. I 1 I I I
Totala 10 II 17'li I Totala It I'll 14 1
' Jones out; hit by batted, ball.
Chlcsgo 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 t I
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Left on bases: Chicago. 7: Cleveland. 6.
Three-base hit: Isbell. Sacrifice hits:
Davis, Dougherty, Donohue. Stolen bases:
Davis, Donohue. "Double plays: White,
Isbell and Donohue; Flick and Rossman.
Struck out: By White, 0; by Bernhard, 7.
Passed ball: Bemls. Base on balls: Off
Bernhard, 1. Wild pitch: White. Hit with
ball: Tannelilll, Jackson. Time: l:uu.
St. I.oals ftheta Oat Detroit.
8T. LOUIS. Mo.. Bent. 2. The Browne
beat the Detroit team here tooay by a
score or 1 to u. in tne sixth Inning
Hemphill, batting In the fare or a aevem
Indstorm. landed the ball asralnat tha
center Held fence for a home run. An In
stant later the storm broke In ail Its
fury, flooding the field and making play
BT. LOUIS. DBTROIT.
Nlloa. rf 14 11 4Mrlntr . if.. I a I a
Jonae. lb.... I 1 I - O' Laarr. as. . I 1114
Stoso. If I I I I ICrawfor4, it. I 1 44
HampbllL of. I 1 t I 4Cobb. cf 1 1 1 a I
Wallaes, aa.. I 111 I Liadaar. lb.. I 1414
O'Brteo. lb.. I I 1 I ISrhaafsr. lb. I I 4 1 4
Hsrtaaii, la.. I 1 1 1 tl'oualtlla. lb. I e 1 a a
O'Connor, .. I 1 I I IParoa, a I ,1 I ft I
Poltr, p 1 4 1 4 4Donaraa, p... I 4 114
Totals St I II I 4 Totals 11 4ll 4
One out when game palled.
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 a 1 1
Detroit ...0 0 6 6 0 0 0
Earned run: Bt. Louis. 1. Two-has hit-
Payne. Home run: Hemphill. Sacrifice hit:
Hemphfll. Stolen bases: Cobb, Wallace.
Struck out' By Pelty, 3. Left on bases:
01. louis, t; Detroit, l.x Tims: 1:10.
Umpires; Howell and Qulgley.
taadla'a; of tha Teams.
Played. Won. Lost,
Bt. Louis ...
Games todsv: Chlcaao atCleveland. Kt
Loula at Detroit, Washington at Boston,
Philadelphia at New Vork.
baSTrs Beat the Victors.
The Victor base bsll team of Omaha
lost to the Duffy's at Duffy pary Sunday
afternoon In a fast clean game by the
score ef to 0. Williams was the' star
performer and ha struck out fourteen- of
the Victors and allowed but ona scratoa
Boh Bar. s.... 1 1 II 1 4 Kill, si S 4 4 14
Talbot. Ik.... 4 4 4 4 4 Bowas. If.... 114s
tpltalaa. rf.. I 1 4 4 4 Haat, rf.... 4 4 4 4 e
BuBksr. If.... 4 114 4arak, rf 4 4 4 4
Caaaa, .... 1 4 I 4 4 Hobklas. tb.. 4 4 4 4
MIIMt, Ik... I 1 4 '4 4Murka. tb.... 4 4 14
naasra. i a a nam. la S S 4 I I
riatrsar, as., s 1 1 1 t B. Bsarsa. .. 4 4 11 4
miiwma, p. a a a Hisioai, s S S S 1
Tsui 4 I tl 14 4 Totals 4 4 44 14 1
uvmya I e 1 0 1 1
Victors' V 0 9 0 0 0 4 0 0 O0
Birurv out; By Williams. 14; by Hln
ton. il first Base on balls: Off wtl.
llama, C; off Hlnton I. Two-base hit'
Bunker. Three-baaa hit: Banrur.
fir ad Islatad Defcata Saacrlar.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Sept. 2.-8pe-olal
' Telegram.) Orand Island won from
superior today. Hcore; R.H.B.
Orand Island ..101S1SS0 4 10 I
superior S 0 I 0 0 0 3-4 10 1
Batteries: Superior, Singleton and Scrog
gins: Orand Island. Tsel, Towosend and
Tap ska Otaata Wla.
BURLINGTON JCNCTION. Ma., Sept.
1, (Bpecial Telegram.) Tupeka Ulants, 4,
vuimiitvu umiiun, a. naileries: utants.
AHVwwa Dtrvmaiv: sjurungton JUnC'
Uon, Sawell and Hitchcock.
Rasahlava Bra.1 Haaaeaaaa.
The Ramblers defeated tha Hanscom
raxss aunaay in a fast game. I p to the
last or in eighth the score stood 4 to t
Id favor af tha RemMere. In thla Inning
the Parks made three on throe hits and
aa error. With tha score against theiu
Aa ts th the RajnUars started, a baa.
ting rally, which netted them sli runs and
Cavanangll and Benson divided the
pitching honors ebout equally. Bhamblen's
snectaculsr one-hand catch In center field
waa tha feature. Score by Innings:
, R H E.
Ramblers 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 4-10 15 I
Parks 0 SOOOOOIS l4
Batteries: Cavanaugh and Cavanaugh;
Benson and Coe. .
names mt Tlatea Today.
The Ie-Olaas-Andreosen and the At
lantlc, la., teema, end the Coronas, vs.
the Victors will be the strong attractions
at Vinton 8L Park thla afternoon. First
game called promptly at 3 o'clock. The
line-tip first game:
Corona Position. Victors.
Hsrhton First , Wshl
Flrster Second Moucha
J el en
... ("enter ,
Pitch - Brodbeck
... Short.. White
' h. Franklin
Fremoat Defeate Neameyere.
FREMONT. Neb., Sept. 1 (Special Tele
gram.) The FiSMnont ball tesm defeated
the Neumeyers of Council Bluffs this after
noon by a score of 6 to 2. Boors: -
Fremont I 0 011 0 0 M l 1
Neumeyers 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-2 t 2
Struck out: By Bradley, 8: by Colnurn,
0. First base' on balls: Off Col burn. 6.
Batteries: Fremont, Bradley and Shea;
Neumeyers, Colburn and Rose. .
lewa Lraarae Resalta.
MARSH A LLTOWN, la.. Sept. 2Spe;
cial Telegram.) The following game wad
played In the Iowa State league;
Keokuk, 3; Oekaloosa. 3.
. All other games postponed on account of
SUNDAY NIGHT AT SHEELEY
Beer aad Daaeea aad Fights Keee
Police ea the Beat
A fight between four men at a public
dance and, another mlxup between men at
a private gathering around a keg of beer
three blocks away, held the boards at one
and the same time In Pheely at I o'clock
Bunday evening, and caused no end of
trouble for feptrolman Collins and excite
ment for the populace.'
The hall at Twenty-sixth and Walnut
street was packed to overflowing; with a
crowd attending a ball given by the Bt.
Paul lodge, and while some tripped to ths
strains of music by the band, others par
took of refreshments - In the bar room.
When the officer arrived he found four men
going at each other hard.- It looked llge a
free-for-all, ao Collins telephoned . to the
station tor reinforcements and tour men
were sent to his aid on' a gallop.
Meanwhile Collins grabbed two of ths
wrathy ones and started toward the patrol
box. It was a continual fight all tne way
and one of the prisoners made his escape.
When the wagon with aid arrived the dance
was again' In full blast, as though nothing
had even Interfered and, all suspicious look
ing persons had disappeared.
Just before the wagon left the atatlon,
a mesage was received saying a fight waa
In progress at .Twenty-ninth and Walnut
street, and .finding nothing to do at the
dance hall the officers went to the second
place where they found a number .of fond
neighbors seated around, a beer keg on the
back porch. It was explained that some
one had "butted ln'r g the gathering and
at ruck .mis . o ths guests, whereupon tha
iuest struck the neareat'person at hand.
Tho result was Tikrd feelings between
former friends, and It remained for Captain
Moetyn to discover that It was all a mis
take 'and Induce the combatants at the
station to kiss and make up. "They did so,
but when released on 'ball they feared to
trust one another to the truce and Insisted
on going out separately' and under police
protection aa 'far as the oar.
AFTER GASO OF ' HORSETBIKVES
Wroaalaa; Officers Hope to Break Cs
Dssl that Steals Aalaaals. -
BASIN, Wjro., Sept. I (Special.) The da
talla of a thoroughly organised system of
horsa stealing, covering depredations In
Wyoming, Montana and Nebraska, and Im
plicating at least a score of men, are
gradually being unfolded through the ef
forts of the local authorities. . Accord
ing to report, suspicion points strongly at
several residents of this county who oc'
cupy positions of prominence In buslnsss
and social circles, and while It la under
stood tha county attorney has been asked
to file Informations against soma of theae.
ha does not feel justified In causing their
apprehension until mors evidence has bean
Tts recant arrest of Bob Sutton at Wor-
land gave the authorities tha first Intima
tion of this powerful organisation. . Sut
ton. It Is said, had contracted for the aala
of aeveral head of . horses belonging to
Henry Lyons ofr Meeteetae, and forged bills
of sals for ths animals ware found in his
possession. Button has been released on
a nominal bond, and It Is rumored that ha
hayi made a full confession, Inpllcatlng tha
gang and will turn state's evidence at tha
trial here In October.
Within the past two months no lass than
two hundred horses have been reported to
the sheriff as missing from their rsnges,
snd these reports continue to come In. Ths
Iocs) stock associations are determined to
break up thla gang, as It Is unsafe to turn
Stock loose on t.be range as matters stand
now, , , .... '"- ,
Fatal Panic la Trailer Car.
CHICAOO. Sept. t John Alexander Dowie
will return to M ex loo to smnd-the comina
winter, according to a letter read by Elder
Right Food Hakes Fine Boys
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can be really nourished aad built up from
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The wife of a prominent legislator In
Ksntucky says: "A woman of my ac
quaintance was in badly run aoern eon'
ditlon at the time she became a mother,
and at three months of age the child was
a mite of humanity pitiful te look upon.
with no more brain development than a
"About ths time X speak of when tbs
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began feeding him Grepe-Nute.
"Ia ten days It waa plain that -a change
was taking place and In a few weeks the
boy became rosy, healthy and rounded
out. , ,
"He Is- now five years old and his food
this entire time has been Orape-Nuts and
cream, Ha seldom ever takes aoy other
kind of food.
"It Is a aplendid 0 lustration ef the fact
that selected food eaa produce results.
tor u us bc ie periacxiy xormea, has a
beautiful body and arms and legs of a
young athlete, while his head and brain
deve patent appears parfect, and ho Is
as bright and Intelligent jj eaa be.
"I cannot comprehend a better lllui
tratlon ef tha truth of the claim mads
for Orape-Nuts, that K Is a brala and
body builder." Kama alvsa Prist Mm
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CONSTITUTION FOR CHINA
Imperial Edict Promises People Self-
Goverasnent Whea Thejr Are
K " Fitted for It.
PBKflNO, Sept.' .-Tha emperor has Is
sued an edict promising constitutional gov
ernment when the people are fitted for It.
The edict says: , '
Since tha beginning of our dynasty there
have been wise emperors who have made
laws aulted to the timea. Now that China
has Intercourse with all nations, our laws
and political system have become anti
quated snd our country Is always In trou
ble. Therefore, it is necessary for us to
father more knowledge and draw up a new
rode of laws; otherwise we shall be un
worthy of the trust of our forefathers and
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commissioners . report that the cause of
China's weakness is antagonism between
the. rulers and ths ruled and promises ad
ministrative and financial reforms. When
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been educated to understand their relations
to the government a constitution will be
framed. The time for putting this Into ef
fect, the edict saya. will depend upon the
rapidity of the nation's progress toward en
Tuan Shi Kal, viceroy of the province of
China and comma nder-ln-chlef of tha
forces, has been here for several days par
ticipating In a conference regarding a con
stitution. " '. ,
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WEST POINT, Neb., Sept. 1 (Special. )-
Herman Rlddcr of Monterey and )dlae'Lena
Dnieke of St.. Charles were united in mar
riage at the St .Charles church, the groom's
brother. Father. J. Rlddcr, officiating' as
celebrant of . the -mass, Father H. Behoof
as deacon,' Rev. ' E. ' A. Klemong . as sub
deacon and Rev. Joseph Ruealng aa organ
ist. ' The couple are Ue children of pioneer
settlers of Cuming county and, will live on
the groom's farm west of the city. . 4
' . Bakcr-Be en. . : "i .-.
WOOD -RIVER. Neb., Sept. .-(Special.)
hflas Maud, -daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Jerry Bowen, and Prof. R. S. Baker were
united In . marriage this afternoon at 4
o'clock In the presence of a large number
of Invited guests. Rev. J. C. Irwin of the
Presbyterian church performed, the cere
mony. .The bnae naa taugni me primary
room in' tha public schools for "several
terms -past; while the groom has been
superintendent of the schools. They left
tonight for Denver, where they will spend
their honeymoon, returning; in time for Mr.
Baker to begin bis school wont on Septem
ber 10. : -
'l. .. Castley-Mackey.
CHADRON. Neb., Sept. .-(Special )-Mr.
Erwln Costley and Miss' Blanche Mackey
were married here last week, the' Rev. O.
F. Everly of the Baptist church Officiating.
They will reside In Chadron. '
John W. Cady.
John W. Cady, aged 71 years, died after
an Illness of less thsn twenty-four hours
at I o'clock yesterday morning - at hi
home. 107 Wirt street. Mr. Cody waa
seised with a complaint from which physi
dsns could give him no relief at noon Sat
urday and, death followed.
Mr. Cady' was born at Alexandria, N. T
and came to ' Omaha with his wife and
family of two children sixteen years ago.
engaging In the. meat business for. some
time after his arrival. His children. Miss
Orace and William, and his wife survive
him, all making thefr home with, him ex
cept hla son, who Is state deputy for In
diana for the Woodmen ef the World, with
headquarters at Sooth Bend. Considerable
trouble was experienced In getting Sord to
the sco, but he Is expected to strive today.
Mr. Cady was a prominent member of
the Knights of Pjrthlss, and ths lodge will
have charge of the funeral, which probably
will be held tomorrow.
J a bsss R. Cary.
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publisher of a newspaper In this city, died
this evening. For years he was a promi
nent prohibition advocate and later reached
almost an equal prominence In the councils
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BOY .WANGLED IN THRESHER
George Janaee -of .Sloas Falls, S.'D.,
Caenht la Belt aad Fatally '
SIOUX FALLS. S. D., Sept. l-(Spectal )
George James, the 14-year-old son of Q;
H. James, a well known farmer of Aurora
county, had a terrible experience and re
ceived fatal injuries while assisting a
There were no eye-witnesses, when the
lad. In some msnner which has not yet
been explained, became entangled In the
drive belt. He was unable to release him
self snd was carried around the pulley
on the separator several times, the belt
having been thrown off the engine only a
few moments before the boy s;ot caught.
Before the unfortunate lad was released
from the flying drive belt one of hla arms
wss torn from his body at the shoulder,
one leg waa broken In two places and the
body of the boy was pounded almost to a
Rev. R. M. Henderson Is having a new
wen put. down et nis nome.
Mrs. L.' Darling returned Friday
ner two-weeks visit in Michigan. v
Mrs. Pitman Is entertaining her brother
from Hubbell, Neb., and also a nephew.
James Tipton, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Hensman,. was under tha
doctor's care the paat week.
Mrs. John Gants and daughter. Mies
Ada. and friend. Mrs. V. Bell, from Wal
nut Hill, attended the reunion at Waterloo,
last week. ' .
Miss Long .of South Tenth street, has
ape in - her vacation at the home of her
friends Mr. and Mrs. D. Shandy, on tha
helghte. She will return home the first
of the week to attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hickman of Pueblo,
Colo., who have been guests of their mother
and other relatives here the past fortnight,
left the last of the week tor Illinois to
vlait Mrs. Hickman's parents.
Rev. H. M. Henderson most ably filled
the pulpit of Rev'. Mr. Sptker In the First
M. E. church at Fremont, last Sunday, re
turning home the aane evening. He reports
a large ana appreciative congregation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Aushe drove over
land to Waterloo -Tuesday momma to at
ieiia tne sessions or tne uougias county
Veterans' reunion. They camped out and
enjoyed It all. They report a bumper corn
ana appie crop.
Mr. Ledgwood. the janitor of Beala sohool,
recently Jost the eldest of his two sons.
Charles, In a railroad wreck out In the
atate. The funeral waa held at the family
home on Tenth and Hickory streets
Wednesday of. last week.
Miss bertha Lehr died suddenly at her
Some, . Twenty-firth and A streets. South
Omaha, ths first of the week. She '
threatened with appendicitis. Seversl of
her young friends from here attended the
funeraL which was held here, she having
formerly lived here. Burial waa at Laurel
mil cemetery. . , -.
The funeral of Joel T. Hendricks will be
conduct sd at his home In Council Bluffs
Monday afternoon at 1:10. Friends ars In
Tf rl l.fV TIUICT
Uttlk9Vr I 11 aanmarH. I tswln SO-. 750
TONIGHT Ed Stair and Geo. -H.' Nicolai Offer
In the Great Racing Play '
" HIS LAST DO LLAR 7
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SHERMAN McOONNKLX. DRUG COk
I to Post psid. let- Dodgo Stay .
.llatncy and 11th Phone Doug. 15.
Tonight at 8:15. Garden Concert at i :4j.
hPZCiaL- MATIIIll TODAY
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RAND A RYRON. th- lfurh
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