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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
10, 1906. .
eel pest, ' limiting working hours of rail
way employee, Porto Rlran cltlaenshlp in
th United States, reduction of tariff 6n
Philippine product. copyright revision,
navy to hav blgaeet battleship afloat, and
establishment of Appalachian and Whit
Mountain format reserve.
Than follow attracts from speeches. r
mark and mMiaitn of President Rooe
velt on various public matter, vsrlous
statistics, th railway rata law In full and
other legislation. . i
Keynat an Tartar.
Th keynote of th discussion of tha tariff
question la sounded In the following state
ment: ' y y
"PTOleetlonlata ara content to left, the
preaent law stand without change or
amendment ao long aa preaent condition
"A allgbt reduction In many cf our
schedules." eaye ." the campaign book,
"would reault In th dumping Into our
market of perhaps- a hill Ion dollar' worth
of manufacture annually more than we
now Import. Thar wmitd mean a resort to
on of two thing! We would have to do
our mill or reduce wagea. There I posi
tively no other 1terntlve.
"Protectionist do not claim that ached
ule ara acred and nevr to be altered.
They do claim, however, that the to-called
America system nf protection a exempll
fled by th. operation of the Dlngley" law
for nine year la aacred and muat be main
tained. We do not have to theOrlse In th
leaat degreA We have tried and tried thor
oughly both high and low tariff and we
have experience an example to guide a
In reaching" the truth.
"We need go back vn further In our hle
tofy than a decade to learn that a low
tariff mean Insufficient revenue, cloning
our mantrfactorle. Idleness for million of
our laborer and low wagea for other mil
lion and-unprofitable price for our farm
er. J L
"A mere -handful, however, of the repuB
llcan party have been aeklng that the duty
be removed or reduced upon certain ma
terial entering Into the product of their
own locality. It la believed that this de
mand ha .been made more for political
than economical reeult."
Regarding tha negro In politic, the state
ment I made that "the mere mention of
th facta well known to every observer of
the time will suffice to Indicate the rela
tive attitude of the two great political par
tie toward the colored citizen."
Th republican party, It I etsted, be
lieve In the political equality of all men
without reference to race or nationality,
while the democratic party believea In re
stricting -the privilege of cltisensbtp to a
particular ' class and hat written It opin
ion Into 'the statute. contltutlon and
practice of nearly every aouthern atat
where the party la dominant
After quoting the letter, of president
Roosevelt, of August 18 last to Representa
tive Watson of Indiana, analysing the Is
sues of the coming campaign, the book
clot with, "a quotation from wbat la given
at Speaker "Cannon new platform j
"Put non but horne-made cake In the
XACOOjt'S RISE" IS RAPID
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trust reaaon that If Cuba waa taken over
to put down the Insurrection and rebellion
they would be benefited to the extent of
the abeorptlon of tha duty on raw sugars
at leaat. - j : .. '
Thl powerful Influence, coupled with the
unreal and disappointment of political agi
tator, I bound to create a revolution in
Cub on of thee daytf th suppression ot
which will reat upon the United State,
according to the term ot the Piatt amend
ment. - ,
Deael Ha lerk Oorerrhtp.
- Th resignation' of Judge C. H. Deuel of
New Tork from, the court , of appeals of
th District of Columbia give rise to much
speculation aa to whether Judge Deuel has
not political ambition In th Empire state
(hat may land hlnv. In the senate a the
successor of Chauncey M. Depew. As com
missioner of patents Judge Deuel distin
guished Mmtelf and his. elevation to tha
urt of appeals bench ' waa a tribute ' to
his ability and hi uprightness ot charac
ter. It was aupposed hi promotion marked
the termination of an active political ca
reer for that of the quieter paths of juris
prudence, but Judge Deuel ha done the
wholly unexpected thing by resigning hi
pile on th court of appeal bench to
make a-plece for himself In some active
field Of work. It , la even Intimated that
Judge Deuel, who cornea from New Tork
City, would make a splendid compromise
candidate for governor on th republican
ticket In view of the dissension between
th Odell and th Mlggln crowd and that
his nomination would meet the hearty en
dorsement of President Roosevelt, who,
while not taking an active interest In the
New Tork campaign, la keenly alive to the
situation. . Although Deuel's friend are
maintaining a discreet silence. Intimation
ha been given that Judge Deuel would
not stand aloof should his party call him
to lead In the fight for governor.
r FIRE RECORD.
v Lialtr Vlrl iil Urwr Barm.
IMPERIAL. Nsb.. Sept. .-8pclal Tel
' gram.) A. 110.000 fir occurred today In Im
perial, burning the K rotter company' lum--r
yard. Sheriff King' livery barn and resi
dence, and Flleabach'a atorag house. Tha
fir atarted In tha livery 'barn. It waa a
hard fight to save the business portion of
th lowtu j , i '; ' t. .
' Bli Rally t BntHss.
EMERSON. Neb. BepL I. (Special. V-A
big republican rally la scheduled to take
place her on Wednesday. September 12,
th occasion being Jth i convening of tha
Eighth district senatorial convention. Hon.
Norn Brown, Hon. George L. Sheldon and
Judge Boyd-are expected to deliver addressee,'--.-,
- . ,
. HOW MAN V OK 18?
fall tavSclt read atar Demand
Ward OaT Ailments.
A Ky.' lady, speaking about food, aaya:
"I was accustomed to eating all kind of
ordinary food untU, for soma reaaon, In
digestion and nervou prostration aet In.
"After I had run down seriously my at
tention was called to tha aeeeeeelty of
om chang of diet, and I discontinued
my ordinary breakfast and began uetng
Grape-Nut with 4 good quantity of rich
"In a few day my condition changed In
a remarkable way, and I began to have a
strength that I had never been poaeeeaed
of before, vigor of body and a poise of
mind that amased ma. It waa entirely
new In my experience.
. "My former attack of Indigestion had
been accompanied by heat flashes, and
many time my condition was distressing
with blind spell of dlsalnesa, rush of blood
to th head and neuralgic petite - in th
cheat. ...v t v- - " . . i
"Sine ulnT'Gr.pa-Nuta alone for break
feat I hav been tre from these trouble,'
sxoept at time what) 1 hav Indulged la
rich, greasy foood , la quantity, then 1
would be warned by a paia under th left
shoulder- blade, and upleaa I hdd th
warning th old traual would com back,
sut wtien I Anally got to know where thee
trouble originated I returned t my Grape
Nut .'and eraam and tha' pain and distur
bance left very quickly., ' .
"I aoa so In prim health a a reault
of say us f Qrape-Nut." Nam given
by PaaUni go., Battl Creek, Mich:
INQUIRY INTO UWERS1I.
Mot oi Fot to Gut Down th On Mill
Tat Lot? for Institution.
FRIENDS OF UNIV.fcllY ASK FOR MORE
ftreretarr Rays at Stat Baaklaa
Board Recommend Santa Changes
' la the Present Baaktaaj
- ' (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Sept. -(Speclal.)-An in
quiry la being made Into th expendlturea
of the Stat university, evidently with a
View to the Introduction ot a bill In the
next legislature to reduce the 1 mill tax
that goe to the support of th university.
Thl levy ha been Increasing from year
to year owing to the Increase In th as
sessed valuation of all property of th
stat. In 1X1 th assessed value of the
state, on which the 1 mill levy waa baaed.
wa llW.4i8.l79; In 1904, $:,77,z44: In 19.
,000,0r0; In 1906. 3318,000,000. ' The levy
produced in 1STI3, 3188.4M; In 1904, 1294.77;
In IMS, 1304.000; In 190 It will produce
3313,0CO. At the close of the blertnlum, in
November, 1904, a toul of inoo.000 had been
expended by the university from a total
of IS71.M0 appropriated by th legislature
for the university for Bll purposes. In
cluding 1231.491 spent for salaries and
nearly 1100,000 for buildings. An. appro
priation of 185,000 for a building waa not
expended owing to the failure of the re
gents to secure plans and begin work In
time. The friend of the university will
oppose a reduction of th 1 mill levy on the
ground that all of the money appropriated
by th legislature la needed and that if
the university la to retain It place in the
educational world It must be liberally sup
ported. It la aald that during the last five
years Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota and Illi
nois universities have been taking some
of Nebraska's beet-talent by paying higher
Wages. Th payroll of Wisconsin In 1904
was $323,8:7. of Michigan 1421,442, of Ne
braska, 1193.937. '
Chances In the Baaklaac l.nve.
Secretary Royse of the State Banking
board may tlr up a controversy If hi
recommendation are placed before th
legislature In the form of amendment to
the present banking law.' ' He has formu
lated recommendatlona which Include one
requiring bankers to pay for as many ex
amlnatlona each year as the board find It
necessary to make. The law now permita
one examination each year for pay, the
fees to go to the state treasury. At pres
ent a bank Is taxed on Irk capital, sur
plus and undivided profit. Mr. Royse
desires a tax on capital and surplus up
to the point where the surplus equals 20
per cent of the capital. This, he believes,
would be beneficial In that it would en
courage the building up of a surplus. He
further recommends that a bank be per
mitted to loan SO per cent of Ita capital
and surplus to any one Individual, firm or
corporation Instead of 20 per cent of Ita
Of traveling expensea and salaries for
ttat bank examiners and the' use of rail
road passes,, Mr. Royse aaya:
The appropriation for each examiner by
the last legislature was $1,200 for the blen
nlum, making ftiflO each year for expenses,
which Includes transportation. It must be
evident to the law-making body that this
sum is entirely inadequate unless the ex
aminers accept free railroad -transportation.
If In the opinion of the next legls
Isture the - railroad pass Is an evil and
should be abolished, the preaent banking
act should be amended and appropriation
made sufficient to cover 4he traveling x
penaes of the examiners, which It la esti
mated would require an appropriation about
double the amount heretofore appropriated.
If ' Senator Clilllgsn 'of Holt county Is
again elected to the senate he will prob
ably go' after" the state banking depart
ment rough shod. . . He introduced a bill in
the last legislature to abolish the entire ex
amination system or at least to make ex
aminers personally liable for the failure of
banks that had been examined by them.
Such a ault was actually filed In court in
Holt county, where a bank was wrecked
by-i Ita managers. The examiner was not
held llajTfle by the court.
Emerson and not Hartlngton Is the place
where the first republican rally of the stste
campaign will be held, September 12,. with
Attorney General Brown and .George L.
Sheldon th speakers. An effort will be
made to have these two apeakera cover
the state a thoroughly a possible. Sev
eral local speakers, including Judge A. W.
Field, Judge M. B. Reese and Judge J. B.
Btrode, will be asked to take tha atump.
Most of the speakera will be Nebraakane.
Th publicity bureau of th tt commu
te will endeavor to keep tha press in
formed regarding the work of th remib
llcana and the democrats. Congreasman
Pollard has planned to make a number of
speeches In his district. E. C. Strode Is
his chairman. The offlcera of th state
committee ara formulating a list of com
mitteemen to comprise the exeoutive com
mittee, but th appointment ha been de
layed, i . ' ,
GERMAN METHODIST CONFERENCE
Claalag; Session Marked by Olvlaat
BEATRICE, Neb.. Sept. .-8peelaI Tele
gramsThe Weat German Methodist Epis
copal conference closed at Clatonla, Neb.,
today. Bishop Wilson announced ' the fol
lowing appointments : . , -
Kanaaa City District presiding elder,
John Asling; Arley and Liberty, Mo.', John
Klein; Huonevllie, Mo., to b Supplied;
Cameron. Mo., Lewla Irmlnger j Concordia,
Mo., Othoin Gemech; Crader and Alma,
Mo.. P. u. Schramm: Dalton, Mo., Gustaf
Meier; Endoia, Mo., H. F. Ahreiie; Hlgglns
vllie. Mo., John Koehler; Independence,
Mo., P. C Venner; Kansas City, Kan.,
first and Second church. W. B. Isler: Kan
sas City, Mo., Indiana avenue, A. D.
Stueckeman; Lake Creek, Mo., G. J.
Jalsere; Lawrence, Kan., to be supplied;
Iexington, Mo., C. G. Meyer; Salisbury,
Mo., C. w, Schnakenberg; Byrmont and
Florence, MO., JU D. Wagoner; Bedalla, Mo..
Samuel Buechner; Bmlthton, Mo., W. L.
Meyer; Topeka, Kan., Henry Burns; -Central
Weleyan college, Warrenton, Mo.,
Otto E. Krlege, professor,
Nebraska District J. J. Stelnmeyer. pre
siding elder, IJncoln. Neb.; Beatrice and
Johnson, Edward Beck; Marteil, Neb.;
John C. Zwlnk; Clatonla. Neb., John Kra
cher; Cortland, Neb., C. H. Budbrock;
Crosby and Graham. Mo., C. Stelnel; Cul
bertson and Oxford, J. A. Klein; Humboldt,
Neb., H. A. Harenwald; Cramer, Neb.,
H. A. Slgman; Lincoln. Neb., Charles
Harms; Macon, Neb., John Lauer; Oregon,
Mo., William Tonart; St. Joseph, Mo.. Gus
tsf Becker; Sterling, Neb.. J. W. M-cklen:
burger; Wathena, Kaa., P. W. Wathae!
White Cloud. Kan., E. G. Aling; W. O.
Last, professor German college, VI t. Pleas
Third District J.. G. Lelst. presiding el
der, Lincoln: Arlington. H. W. Werner;
Berlin. S. W. Frlcke; Boelua. A. J. Worst
and H. Norden; Denver, Colo.. First
church. H. C. Elfeldtt Denver. Colo.. Sec
ond church. M. Herman; Denver. Colo.,
Third church, A. J. Rosa; Lincoln and
Columbus, Bernhard Johnson; Euatls, H.
H. Hackman; Friend, W. R. Vetiy; Grand
Island. J. J. Muller; Kalamasoo. W. C.
George; Omaha. Ed Sallenbach: Osceola,
8. H. Hulls; Partition. G. G. Grausneck;
Plattsmouth, J. G. Keller: Pueblo. Colo.,
Fred Hauser; Rushvllle. to be supplied;
South Omaha, to be aupplled: Waco, John
Schraum; Western and 8 wanton, Ed Greu;
Wst Point. C. C. Harmon.
Wichita. Ksn.. District Adam Young
meyer. presiding elder, Wichita, Kanj Al
exander, Kan.. Adam Qulnaer: Alvaatoa.
Kan., E. V. Hetsel? Biaon, Kan., John
Sohen; Buahton. Kan., H. A. Triber: Can
ada. Kan., Jacob Tanner; Clay Center,
Kan:. J. J. Hamel; Ktlinwood. Kan..
Henry Pansteln; El Reno, Okl.. J. C. Phil
lips; Enterprise. Kan.. J. A. Nlgg; Halated,
Kan., C. Herman; Hitchcock. Okl., Lewla
H !; Jefferson, OkL, Frederick Reich
hardt; Kingsley, Kan., Lewis Bertueton;
1 Arned. Kan., J. ! Sternberg: Lyona,
Kan., John Demand: Newton. Kan., A. B.
Baker: Harper. Ktn, Geore BcV: Okla
homa City, OkL, John Batsman; Otis, Kaa.,
William Pomerenke; Ruseel, Kan.. John
Hauler; Salem, Kan., 14. 8. Humfeldt; Sa
line, Kan., to be supplied: Shewn, OKI ,
H. A. Fenton; Sylvia, Kan., N. S. Flair;
Wichita, Kan., C. I- Koerner; J. B. Keir,
principal of Enterprise (Kan.) Normal
Visitors Oreapy Pa I pits.
HASTINGS, Neb., Sept. 0-(8peclal Tele
gram.) MOre people attended church in
ttilt city today than any Sunday for many
yeara. Visiting minister sttendlng th
Methodist conference conducted sen-Ice at
all th Protestant churches, resulting bt
large audience deeplte the extremely warm
weather. Th following minister con
ducted morning and evening services at
th churches: D. W, C. Huntington, C. M.
Shepard, F. A. Colony, N. A. Martin, C. A.
Mastin, M. O. Brown, Charles Rums, L,
M. Grlggsby, J. T. Roberts. M. E. Gilbert,
T. A. Hull and D. L. Thotnas. At I SO this
rriornlng conference love feast waa 'con
ducted by a. A. Hobson of Fairfield and
the public worship sermon was preached
to the largest audience that lias yet visited
the church by R'shop Cranston of Wash
ington, D. C. At 2:90 this afternoon there
was memorial services and ordination of
OMAHA MAX KILLED BY THE CARS
Attentate ta Board a Mavlag Train
STELLA, Neb., Sept. .-Speolal Tele
gram.) Whte trying to board a moving
Missouri Pacific freight train here late to
day, Emmett Brlsley, wged 26 yeark, was
run over and died from the Injuries St
o'clock. Hi legs were both cut off, one
arm at the shoulder, and there were other
severe Injuries The young man's father,
lives In Omnha.
Nebraska Sevr otea.
WOOD RIVER The new Methodist pr
eonnge was completed this week and Rev.
J. B. Leedom and family are now occisfy
Inar it. It Is a model residence In every re
spect. WOOD RIVER-Th statements Issued
by the local banks shows good Increase in
deposits, which goes to show that the farm
ers of the Wood River valley are enjoying
prosperity to its fullest extent.
WOOD filVER A lares number of hunt
ers are In the sand hills after the pralrl
chickens. The birds are reported numerous
and some good bags are reported.
WOO DRIVER Rev. J. B. Leedom of
the Methodist church preached his fare
well sermon Sunday, as he expects to go to
Central City this wepk to attend the sn
nual conference. An effort is being made
to have him return to this charge.
WOOD RIVER The corn crop la prac
tically out of danger, unless It be a few of
the late planted Melds. Saturday, which
Was the hottest day of the season, was a
fine on for ripening the grain and the
farmers are expecting aome good yields.
WOOD RIVER Sheriff Holllsler of
Merrick county and Sheriff Dunkle of Ha',1
county, were here today looking for a
atolen team from Clark. They found It
at Warren's livery barn. The thief sold
It to Warren for SS and bought a ticket
COLl'MBt'B Next Monday night at the
North opera house In Columbus the demo
crats will fire off the first gun of the cam
nalgn, and It may be two guna for they
have secured their defeated candidate for
Sovernor, Hon. George W. Berge and Judge
raves, who Is a candidate for congress
from this district.
FREMONT The democratic county com
mittee met yesterday afternoon and filled
the vacancies on the county tlci'.et by
nominating Frank B. Lawrence for repre
sentative In place of Thomas Carroll, re
signed, and John D. Markcy for super
visor in the Seventh district. John O'Con
nor waa chosen chairman and 8. S. Van
Horn secretary of the county committee.
Both parties are arranging for making a
stiff flght on the legislative ticket in. this
Colamba "cores Three Times in
Eta-hth and Wlna.
COLVMBl'B. O.. Sept.!, Columbu nmde
a whirlwind finish today and won the sec
ond game of the series from Louisville
S to 2. Shortstop Hulswltt was bsdly
spiked when he stopped Braahear, from
stealing In the ninth. Score:
COVl'MBt S. . .. LOVTSVILLIC.
B.H.O.A.B. B H O.A.B.
Plrktrlai. rr. 4 t 1 0 DKerwIa, rf... 4 1 1 0 e
Cenlur. K... 4 til ttUllraan. If.. 4 lite
Hlnrhmsa. tit I I I lulilvsn. lb. 4 t 14
Ryan, lb 4 let I Druhur. 2b. 4 I I 4
Klhm. lb. ... I tilt 6 Woodruff, Ibj t M I
Hulrwltt, si. 1114 1 Murray, cf..4 lit
Wsras. at t t OOulnlan. u . I t I I
WrlgKy, lb.. I t 1 4 sthaw. I t t 1 1
iiiua. e I I VEinoct, p.... I eels
kobertalllt. l ! i I
Totals 10 t ij s
Totals M 7 V 14 t
Columbu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 -t
Louisville 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 0
Stolen bases: Kerwln, Woodruff. Sacri
fice hit: Elliott. Three-base hit. Hinch
man. Struck out: By Robertsllle, S. First
base on balls: Off Robertatlle, 2: off El
liott, 1. I'mplre: Ksney Time: 1:24.
Bre era Beat Parkera.
MILWAUKEE, Sept. (.Durham wa hit
hard and Milwaukee won a spectacular
game by a score of 6 to 3. Hynes' Aral
base play was the feature. Score:
MILWAUKEE KANSAS C1TT
Rnhlnaon. as. I 0 I I ePfrrln. lb.. I t I I 0
Or, rf 4 3 I 0 s MrBrlas. as. I I t 4 1
Hrnca, lb.... 4 1 II I sBurke. lb.... I tits
RaMman, p.. t 1 I I ft Hill, rf 4 t I 1
Bovtlla. S....4 III Lah. et ... 4 I I t s
Clark, lb I I t t i Frantaa. lb.. 4 til 1 t
Hmphlll. tl. I 1 i 0 I Bnhaanoa. If 4 t t 1 e
Mcchaanar, If 4 1 I S eJ.SulMT, SI t I 1 t
McCorm'k, Jb I III 1 Durham, ... 4 t i t
Totals M 10 17 If Totsla II t 14 17 i
Milwaukee i 0 1 0 t 0 0 0 t
Kansas City 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 o 13
Two-base hits: Hemphill, McCormlck,
Leahy (2). Home runs: Bateman, Green.
Flrat baae on balls: Off Durham, 6; off
Bateman. I. Struck out: By Durham, t;
by Bateman, 2. Double plays: Burke to
Frantse to Burke; McBrld to Perrlne to
Frantae. Sacrifice hita: McBrlde, Burke.
Left on bases: Milwaukee, ; Kansaa City,
6. Time: 1:30. empire: Owens. .
Bt. Paal Skats Ont Miller.
ST. PAUL. Sept. . Morgan held the vlsl.
tors to three scattered hlta today and the
noma team won oy a acore oi t to u.
Thomaa waa batted hard in the third and
sixth Innings. Score:
IT. TAVh. MINKBAFOLI.
B H O A B. B.H.O.A.B.
01 . as 4 I 1 4 t Parts, el 4 I 1 t t
tnitan, lk... I I It t Sullivan, rf . . I t t t t
Mrara. rf 4 lit OOrrmtnstr. lb 4 1 1
VanZantt. cf 4 I I t SHart, If t 1 I t t
WtKlir. lb., t 111 tFrarman, lb. I t I t I
Cor. U I 1 t t tOraham. aa,. I t I I 1
Paddaa. lb... I t I 1 t r. ib 1 t t i
Drill, a I 1 I I t Shannon, a... I t 4 1 t
Morsaa, ... 4 I I I t Thomaa. .M I I t 4 t
Tetals M II 17 II Tola la t I 14 it 7
St. Paul 0 030700
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0-0
Two-base hit: Davis. Sugden.' Three
base hits: Wheeler. Stolen bases: Fox,
Coy. Double plays: Fox to Graham to
Freeman. Bases on balls: Off Thomaa, 2.
Hit by pitcher: Van Zandt, Padden. Struck
out: By Thomaa, 3; by Morgan. 4. Sacri
fice hits: Sullivan. Left on bases: Bt.
Paul, 7; Minneapolis, 1 Time; 1:45. Um
Flatter Too Mark for Mndhens.
TOLEDO. O.. Sept. (.Indianapolis shut
' out Toledo today In a pitchers' battle
netween risner anu (.ammts in wnicn th
local tmlrler had a shade the better of It,
but waa not given a good support aa wa
given th visitor. Score:
B.H.O.A.B. B H Q.A B.
Dualeavy. rf. I t t t ' linsmaa. aa. 4 t I I
ntuano. Ib. 4 t 1 t Clark a. It ... 4
Htnaaa. ef....4 lit tOdwail. cf...l I I t t
Carr. lb 4 111 I I Daraant. rf... I lit
Wllllaaaa. sa. 4 t I I t Kri-aa.f. lb.. I 111
Tklalaua, II. 4 4 I t t Hnatoa, Ik.... I 14 3
Mama. lb... 4 111 4 W. Clarke, lb I t I I 4
Kabos, e I I 3 3 tAbbnu. c I tit
riah . B....3 til SCaainlts. p... t lilt
SNaaca 1 t t t I
Totals U 4 n t I
Totsls II I 17 11
Batted for Camnits In ninth.
Indianapolis 1 1 0 0 0 9 0 0 0-1
Toledo 0 0 0 0 4 0 00
Stolen base: Hime. Sacrifice hit:
Knabe. Basea on ba.Ua: Off Camnits, t.
Struck out: By Flatter, 3; Camnits, 4.
Double plsys: Marcan to Williams to Carr.
left on bases: Indianapolis, t; Toledo, t
Time: 1:34. Umpire: Egan.
Btandlatr of in Team.
Played. Won, Lot, Pet.
Columbu 141 at 34 .tti
Milwaukee 14i 3 3 .ton
Toledo 143 . 7 .5.13
Minneapolis 143 7 (7 Mi
Louisville 147 70 77 . 47
Kalians City 144 " 7 , 77 .44
St. Paul 141 77 .42
lndlanapoli 14a 61 4 .ibi
Game today: Iulvllle at Columbus,
Indlanapolla at Toledo, Mlnneapolla at 8u
Paul, Kanaa City at Milwaukee.
DIAMONDS Edholm, 14th and Harney.
aiarlli.g 8uvei-rreaar, ma and Dodg
POLITICS HOLDS ME STAGE
Indepenueao Learn of Hw Tork Glattd
to Nam Hearst for OoToraoT.
MUCH INTEREST IN THE MAINE ELECTION
troatr rin-ht Made on Governor t
Congressman l.tttleHeld and
Resalt aomewbal ta
WASHINGTON. Sept. .-On Tueday,
September 11. th convention of th Inde
pendent League of New Tork tat will
be railed to order In New Tork City. The
sessions probably will last two days. Th
leagu may or may not nominate a full
stat ticket, sentiment being divided a to
th wisdom of placing an entire ticket In
th; field. Some ot th delegatea favor
nominations for governor and lieutenant
governor only. It is regarded aa a cer
tainty that William R, Hetrst will be se
lected by the leag-ue to atand ad Ita candi
date for chief executive of the stste.
Th democrat of, Connecticut alro will
meet In convention t Hartford on Tue
day to nominate candidates for th vatlou
atat office. It Is expected that Charles
F. Thayer of Norwich will be named tor
governor add John M. Ney of Hartfoid
for lieutenant governor. On the same dty
the California democratic convention wilt
meet at Sacramento.
On the ev of the Maine tt election
both, parties feel that uncertainty exist
to an unusual degree throughout th en
tire tate, and many surprises are looked
for Monday when the ballots shall hav
been counted. .Two of Maine' most promi
nent republican stand out etpeclslly In
the element of uncertainty. Governor Will
iam T. Cobb and Congressman Charles E.
Llttlefleld, both of whom are residents of
Rockland, and both of whom seek a re
election. Governor. Cobb has made his
campaign on purely stste Issues, but th
candidscy of Mr. Llttlefleld has been given
wide prominence on account of the fact
that he haa been opposed by Samuel Gomp
ers, th president of the American Federa
tion of Labor, who has' made many
Speeches in Congreasman Llttlefleld'e dis
trict In tha last three week. Republican
leaders are quoted aa admitting that largely
beoause of the operation of the so-called
Sturgl liquor law tha stat ticket will
probably not have a plurality exceeding
11.009, while for nearly a decade th re
publican plurality has been In excess of
On Wednesday th prohibitionists of i
Maryland will meet at Laurel. Also on
Wednesday the graduation exercises of the
naval academy will take . place at An
napolis. The national convention of. th Brother
hood of Locomotiv Engineers and th
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen will
meet September 10 at Milwaukee.
Although th republican atat convention,
which convenea at Dayton,- O., Tuesday, Is
held for the nomination of candidates for
secretary of state and other state Officers,
the preconvention interest centered on tha
equal endorsement of the president and
the two senator ''and on the contest of
Senator Dick for re-election as chairman
of the state committee. Notwithstanding
the fact that he was defeated In hi horn
county. Senator Dick expresses full con
fidence In his own-success.
However, Harry Daugherty and Con
grestman Burton express equsl confidence
In their contest against the retention of
Senator Dick. The endorsement of both
President Roosevelt and of the Ohio sena
tors, notwithstanding their differences over
various matters of legislation at Washing
ton, Is being sought by msny .delegates,
while others are equally Insistent that the
president be endorsed and that the sena
tors be Ignored, or, at most, glvon a merely
perfunctory resolution ' of commendation.
GAMES 171 THE AMERICA!! LEAGIE
Cblcaaro Gives Detroit a Coat jot
CHICAGO. Sept. . -Chicago shut out De
troit 4 to 0, here today. Isbell's and Davis' I
netting witn men on oases were responsmie
for the runs. Catcher Roth, recently pur
chased from the Mllwauke American asso
ciation team, reported today. Score:
H.hn. rf 4 t 1 t tCobb. if 4 t I I t
Jonca, cf I I t 1 oO'Learr. sa . 4 I I I I
laball, tb....l I I I "Crawford, It. I I I I I
Darla, as I I 4 iTnompaon. rf 3 t 1 t s
Donohue. lb. 4 III I lPayna. cf....4 t 1 I 1
DouiSertjr, If 4 t t t ttCoughlta. Ib. I t I 1 t
Itoha. Ib I t 1-4 OScha.r.r, Ib. I I I I I
Towne, c I tit Schmidt. S...I 1411
AltffKk, . ... I I 4 SMullla, ....! t I I t
Total! II I IT II l-Llndaar ,...1 t t t t
i Totals II 4 14 14 I
Batted for Thompson In ninth.
Chtcas-o 1 0103000
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-O ;
Left on bases: Chicago, t; Detroit, 4. !
iwo-oase nit: ecnmiat. (tacrine nit:
Coughlln. Stolen base: Davis. Struck out:
By Altrock. B; by Mullln, 5. Bases on balls.
Oh Mullln. 3. Wild pitch: Mullln. Time:
1:30. L'mplres: Evans and Connolly.
Even Break at Bt. I.oala.
ST. DOUI8, Mb.. Sept. I. Cleveland and
St. Louis broke even In a double-header 1
today. The locals were ahut out in the '
first game, out won th second by lucky
hits. Snore, first gam:
CLEVELAND. BT. 13 1' IS
C.Srn, If ... I 1 I t tKllaa. rf I 1 I t
StoTslI, Ib... 4 t 11 t t Jonas, lb.... t t t t
iiuraar, as... a a a a a stona, u s i a s
;Lajola, Sa.... 4 J I I Hamphlll, ill 1 1 I I
I on ga I ton, rr 4 I I fl o Rrlaa, aa.. 4 (lit
nick. cf...-..l 1 I t Rock'fala, 'lb. I I I I 1
Bartwau. lb., i t 1 3 Hartull, Ib. I t 1 I 1
Clarke, a 4 13 3 O Conaor. .. I t I
Rhoadas. .. 4 I t 3 I Poarall, ....! Ill
Totals 14 Hill I Totals M I IT 11 '"l
Clevelsnd 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
St Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Earned runs: Cleveland, 1 Two-base
hits: Clark, Powell. Sacrifice hit: Sto
vsll. Barbeau. Double plays: Turner,
Lajolt, Btovsll, (2); Barbeau and Stovall.
Hit by pitched ball: By Powell, : by
Rhoadea, 1. Wild pitch: Rhoades. 1. First
base on balls: Off Powell, '1; off Rhoades.
2. Struck out: By Powell, I; by Rhoades,
3. ' Left On bases: Bt. Louis, f ; Clevelsnl,
3. Time: 1:40, Umpire: Sheridan.
Score aecond game:
BT. LOUIg. CLEVELAND.
Nllas. rf 4 tit sraftVa. If.... 4 I 1 t t
Jonas, lb 3 t 11 1 slioall, lb... 4 I II 1 I
Stone. II lit tTurnar. sa... t t I 4 1
H.mpaltl, II. I I I I Lalola. 8b... 4 I 1 4
O'Brlaa. as.. 4 t 1 I t Coogalloa. ttl II I I
Rock'fsla. Ill I I I truck, ef I I 1 t t
Harttall, lb.. 4 111 IBarbaaa. lb.. I tilt
Ipaarar, a... I tit Bam la. s 4 tilt
Paltr, f lit! SJoaa. I t 1 I
Hoaamaa ...1 I t t t
Totals.'.. ...II mil I
Totals.. ....M I 14 It I
Batted for Joaa In ninth.
St. Louis 0 M II 1 II M
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Earned runs: St. Louis, 1. Two-baa
hits: Flick, Caffyn. Stone (3). Sacrifice
hit: 'Stovall. Passed balls: By Spencer,
t. Stolen base: Hartaell, Berrlls. Stone.
Wild pitch: Pelty, 1. First baae on balls:
Off Pelty, 3; off Josa, 3. Struck out: By
Pelty, 4; by Jess, 3. Left on baae: St.
Louis. 4: Cleveland, 1 Time: 1:48. em
BtaadlaaT of th Teams.
Played. Won. Lest. Pet.
New Tork m 77 48 .61 1
Chicago 12S ? 41 .r
Cleveland ll 60 34 .Ml
Philadelphia 124 , 3 M .3
St. Louta 124 (1 .tit
Detroit 123 M 37 ' .ioi
Washington 12 4 77
Boston .... 12 40 38 . 313
Games today: Detroit at Chicago, Wsh-
ina'on at Philadelphia, Boston at New
Kimball Defeats Brldceaar.
8IDNET. Neb.. Sept. v. (Special Tele-
Kern The Kimball and Bridgeport baae
11 team met on the diamond here this
afternoon wish the following result:
Kimball 3 I I 1 I M I M
Bridgeport 0 0 0 t 0 0 8 0-8
Batteries: Bergman and Bartholomew;
Moore and Trlnnlner. Umpires: Sager
Brennan and Flshman. Time: 1:30. At
tendance: 1.2CO. -
Save time aad money by ualns Th fees
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mean it saves you that much over the ready-to-eat kinds. Besides you
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two full pounds costs 15 cents. When prepared, it makes 12 pounds. The
ready-to-serve kinds, containing about i of a pound to the package, cost
ten cents. A full pound would cost about 11 cents. 12 pounds would cost
$1.32. So the difference between 15 cents and $1.32 indicates the saving
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the "White heart of the Wheat " berry The very life of the grain.
OMAHA TAKES BOTH GAMES
Bourko'i Mei Tber with the Stiok and
. field in 6ilt-Ede;ed Tora.
DENVER HAS NO CHANCE IN EITHER GAME
Sander aad Mc.Neeley Do th Twirl
las; and Good Sapport Tarns
the Trick on th BUI
DENVER, Colo., Sept. I.
gmes to Omaha today.
Neeley pitched masterful
tors,' while Stecher and
Denver lost two
Banders and Mc
ball for the vlsi
Palge of Denver
wer In poor form. The
listless ball. Score; first
H. PO. A. E.
Gondlng, c... ....
0 2 11
Totals S 10 tl t
AB. R. H. PO. A.
McHale, 3b. 4 0 0 1 0
Smith, ss 7- 0 0 1
Randall, rf..... 3 0 1 3 0
Russell, cf 4 0 0 0 0
Zaluskt.c ..3 1 t 10-1 0
Messerly, lb ...4 1 1 8 0 0
Donahue. 2b 4 0 2 3 S 0
Belden. If 2 0 0 1 0 1
Stecher, p 0 . 0 0 0 0 0
Paige, p 3 0 0 ' 0 3 0
Totals..... 31 1 " 27 11 1
Omaha 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-
Denver 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22
Stolen bases: Belden. Two-base hits:
Donshue. Three-base hits: Autrey, Welch.
Zaliiaky. Randall. Bases on balls: Oft
Paige, 2; off Sanders, 2. Struck out: By
Paige, 7: by Stecher, 3: by Sanders, 2. Hit
by pitched ball: Perrlng, Gondlng, How
ard, Belden. Wild pitch: Stecher. Passed
balls: Zalusky. Double plays: Bassey to
Gondlng. Time: 1:30. Left on bases: Den
ver, ; Omaha. 7. Umpire: Edinger. At
Score, aecond game:
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Howard, 3b 6 1 2 4 3 0
Autrey, rf 4 110 0 0
Perrlng, 3b 4 0 0 1 1 0
Welch, cf 4 13 10 0
Baeseyt If 1 0 0 0 0 0
Corns, If.... 1 0 0 8 0 0
Dolan. lb, 4 1 1 14. ,0 0
Gondlng. 6 3 10 3 10
Long, sa 4 0 110
Totals 84 5
8 27 " IS Ol
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
MeHale, 3b 4 0 1 4 1 0
Hmlth aa 3 0 0
o o a i
Randall, rf 3 11110
Russell. cf.. 4 0 2 4 0 1
Welgardt, c 4 0 18 11
Meeserla, lb 4 0 0 7 2 0
Donahue, 2b 1.0 1 0 8 0
Belden. It 3 0 0 1 0 0
Paige, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wright, p 8 0 0 0 1 J
Total 81 "I 1 27 11 3
Omaha 0 23000000-
Denver 0 0 0. I 0 0 0 0 01
Stolen basea: MeHale Sacrifice hits:
Corns. Three-bas hit: Welch. Baee on
ball: Off Paige, 1; oft McNeeley, 1. Struck
out: By Paige, 1; by Wright, t. Hit by
pitched ball: Gondlng. Double play: Mc
liale to Messerly to McHala, Donahue to
Smith to Messerly. "Left on basea: Den
ver, 8; Omaha. 3. Flrat baae on errors:
Omaha, 1. Tlm: 1:20. Umpire: Edinger.
tons aad Champ Divide.
DE8 MOINES, la., Sept. I. Winning the
first g.me by a acore of 8 to 1, the Champa
lost the eecond In the twelfth inning by
score or 7 to a mese iwo gamea ena me
Sioux City series here and the Champa
leave tomorrow for their final trip over the
circuit. The first game waa a battle royal
from start to finish, marked by fast field
ing and clever base running. In the second
game th Slouk City team played hard ball,
but the Champa played horaa until the
ninth inning. Then they braced, after Blou
City had tied tha acore, and the tenth
and eleventh Inning were aa good ball a
one carea to aee. In the twelfth, however,
Deaver hit Corbett with the ball. Heater
sacrificed and Deaver fumbled Haifa easy
one. Hall attempted to steal aecond and
Wolfe threw about a mile above Magoon'a
head, letting In the winning run. Score,
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Schlpke, lb 4 0 10 10
O'Leary. aa 3 0 14 10
Andreas, cf 1 I 1 1 0 0
Sable, lb 4 0 1110
Hogrlever, If., rf 10 1 4 0 0
allien, rf., If 4 1110 0
Mitooa. 2b 4 0 0 8 8 1
Wolfe, c 3 0 13 10
80 3 11 XI 8 1
H. PO. A. E.
10 0 0
Total 31 1 6 24 11 0
Des Motnas I 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Sioux City 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
Stolen bases: Schlpke, Hogrlever. Two
baae hlta: Sable, allien. Double play:
Frees to Weed 10 Frees. First base on
halls: Off Newlln, 3; off Clcotta," 3. Btruck
out: By Newlln, 8: by Clcotte. 7. Hit by
pitched ball: By Newlln. 1. Paased balls:
Wolfe, 1: Freese. 1. Time: 1:30. Um
pire: Davis. Attendance: 1.000.
Score, aecond game.
AB. R. H. P. A F
Schipk. lb 4 1 1 . 4 0
mean that 11.17 in currency is
Doyle, lb .-.
3 1 , 1
t 1 1
Totals 38 8 8 86 17
AB. R, H. PO. A. E.
Campbell, If 6 2 2 1 0 0
Sheehan, 8b 5 0 1 1 10
Nobllt, cf 1 3 - 5 2 0
Weed, 2b 6 0 0 6 6 1
Newton, ss (04141
Freese, c 3 0 0 8 3 0
Corbett, lb 4 1 0 12 1 tl
Heater, rf 4 18 10 0
Hall, p ( 2 1 0 ( 1
Totals 4 7 IS 36 22 8
Batted for Deaver In twelfth.
Des Moines ..0 0501000000 0-6
Sioux City ..0 0200020200 1-7
Stolen bases: Newton. Heater, Hall,
Schlpke i2i. O'Leary (), Wolfe. Two-bane
hits: Schlpke. Three-base hits: Hall. Dou
ble ply: Andreas to O'Leary, UUary to
Msgoon to Sable, Noblitt to Corbett. Base
on balls: Oft Hall, 4; oft Deaver, 8. Hit by
pitched ball: By Hall, 2; by Deaver. I.
Struck out: By Deaver, 8; by Hall, (.
Passed bslls; Freese, 2. Time: 2:06. Um
pire: Davis. Attendance: 2,000.
Lincoln Wlna and Tlca.
PUEBLO, Colo., Sept. t Lincoln took
the first lame of the double-header here
thin afternoon and the second game was
called at the end of the seventh In order
to permit the visitors to catch a train, and
resulted in a tie. Score, flrstgame:
, AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Ketchem, cf... 5 2 3 3 0 8
ijolllln, 3b 3 0... 0 0 0 ' 1
Rogers, lb 1 0 0. 3 0 0
Fenlon. If 6 0 0 0 0 0
Thomas, 3b-lb. ........ S 0 I 4 4 0
Gagnier. ss 4 0 0 6 2 0
Bteen. 2b-8b 4 1 0 3 1
Hams, rf 3 110 0 0
Zlnran, c... 3 0 1 6 0 0
Eyle'r, p 4 0 1 ' 0 t 0
Totala 8 t 11 37 14 "l
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Cook, If 6 1 I 1 1 1
McGllvray, cf -6 1 2 6 0 0
Bader, 2b 4 0 0 6 4 0
Melcholr, rf "4 0 1 1 0 0
Elwert, 3b 4 0 1 1 1 1
Hill, ib.. 4 0 1 7 2 6
Fleke, ss 4 0 0 s2 2 0
Rennlcker, c , 4 1 ' 2 6 0 0
Morgan, p 4 0 0 0 1 0
Minor , 1 o 0 0 0 0
Totals ....... ........39 1 10 27 13 "l
Batted for Morgan in ninth.
Lincoln 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 I 0-6
Pueblo 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 08
Stolen base: McGllvray. Sacrifice ITtta:
Quillln, Hams, Zinran, Rogers. Two-base
hits: Zinran, Elwert, Cook. Three-baaa
hit: Melcholr. Btruck nut: Rv Mnmn a-
by Elyer. 5. Double play: Flsks and Hill.
Left on bases: Lincoln, 7; Pueblo, 8. Time:
l:3fi. Umpire: Van Slckel. Attendance:
Score, second game:
,, , AB. R. 11. PO. A. Q
Ketchem, cf 8 1 2 2 0 0
Uuilltn, 8b 3 0 0 1 0 0
Fenlon, If . 4 0 1 2 0 0
Thomaa, 3b 4 0 1 6 0 0
Gagnier, ss 4 0 10 10
Bteen, 2b 4 0 0 1 1 0
Ha me, rf 4 0 110 0
Zinran, c 4 117 0 0
Rogers, c 0 0 0 1 0 0
Mttddox, p.... 2 110 10
Totals 32 6 10 31 1 1
, AB. R. H. PO. A. O.
Cook, If 2 1 0 6 0 0
McGllvray, cf... 12 0 1 o 0
Bader, ib...,. 4 13 13 0
Melcholr, rf. 4 0 10 10
Flwert, 3b 4 0 0 0 1 1
Hill, lb 4 12 10 0
t lark, as t 1 o 0 2 0 1
Hake, ss , 1 0 0 2 0 1
Tonneman, C. 1 0 2 6 0 0
Price, p o 5 1 i 0
Totala 20 1 i 21 t 1
Lincoln .1 10 10 0 '-6
Pueblo 1 0 3 6 0 1 1-4
Stolen base: Gagnier, Cook (2), McGll
vray. Two-base Mis: Bader. Melcholr,
Tonneman, Gagnier. Paaeed ball: Tonne
man. Baae on balls: Oft Maddox. 4.
Struck out: By Maddox, ; by price, 6.
Hit by pitched ball: Maddox. Clark. 1-eft
on bases: Lincoln, 3; Pueblo, a. Time:
1:M. empire: Van Slckel.
taadlaa; of the Teama.
Played. Won, Loat. Pet.
De Moine 123 81 33 .7uS
Omaha 127 (6 ol
IJncoln a bi to .484
Denver 11 6s 71 .too
Bloux City. Illy . 68 71 .ton
Pueblo 1J& 48 77 .DO
Gamea today: Omaha at Pueblo, Lincoln
FIKALS IX THIS VACHT RACE TODAY
Two American and On Garmna In
MARBLEHEAD. Mass., Sept. 1 With
the elimination of three of ta aspirants
for th Rooaevelt cup after yeaterday'a
races the question among the yachtsmen at
Marblchead today waa which of the three
remaining .contendere, the American yachts
Vim and Auk and the German yacht
Wannasre. would win tomorrow's fifth race
of the German-American series. The first
week of racing closed with the New York
boat. Vim, having two legs in the cup and
the Auk of Boston and tlie Wannasee one
The course tomorrow will be a triangular
one and It aeema to be the Opinion tonight
that If tha wind attained a velocity of
over six or nine miles an hour the chances
would fsvor the Auk. Indications tonight
gave promise of moderate to fresh south
Baila Cobba that Oal.
GRAND I8LAND. Neb.. Sept. . (Special
Telegram.) Grand Island ahut out tha
Maxie Cobba today. Score: ft H K.
Maxle Cobb ..0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 00 1 2
Grand Island ..0 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 1 3
Batteries: Maxie. Bell and I'lry; Grand
Island, Coykendall and Totvnsend.
Mangum A Co., LSTTEH 8f C1ALI8T8.
,i it. (j)iii?iiyjiS
v r pfefo
actually enclosed, in
PITTSBURG DRUBBED BY CUBS
Four Strairh". Booorded Off the Crew from
the Bmoky City.
PFEISTER DOES SOME GREAT TWIRLING
Holda the Sluggers Down to Two Hita
for Seven Inning and Then Step (
Ont to Allow Kiln -to
Rat for Him.
CHICAGO. Sept. f.-Chicago won th
fourth straight game from Pittsburg to
day. A fumble, a wild pitch and Nealon's
drive to th club house gave Pittsburg their
two run. Leever was taken out In the
seventh. Lelfleld replaced him and his
team went all to pieces, Chloago. Scoring
seven runs. Scors:
B.H.O.A.B. - B.H.O.A.B.
tlaaMo, tt....t lit tClarke If.v,. 4 404
Hoffman, I t 4 "Oanl.r, rf.,.,4 Old
UhacV.nl, l(. I 1 I t "l.ach, f I 1' I I 1
Ri-bulia. rf...4 lit VW'atnar, as... 4 till
Chanca, lb... 4 ltd INsalon, lb... 4 1 I t
Stalnfaldt. Ib I 1 0 I ogheahan. lb.. I t I t t
Tinker, aa.... I 1 4 VRitcher, lb.. I tilt
kTora, lb.... 4 4 t 4 iPhalpa, c I t ill
Moras, e tilt OLaarar, .... I t t 1 1
Pfalatar, a... I 0 t 1 VLaiBeld, t t t t
Brown, p I t t t
Kltni 1 t Totsls 11 4t t I
Totals M 4 IT 11 I ,
Batted for Prelates la seventh. t,
Chicago 0 OOOOOTO 1
Pittsburg 0 0000010 01
Hits: Off Pfelster, 2 In seven innings; off
Leever, 4 in six innings. Left on bases:
Pittsburg, 1; Chicago, 6.' Two-base hit:
Moran. Home run: Nealon. Stolen bases:
Stelnfeldt, Tinker. Double plays; Tinker
to Evera to Chance; Ever to Chance.
Struck out: By Pfelster, 6: by Ieever, 8:
by lelfleld, 1. Bases on balls: Off Lelfleld.
8. Wild pitches: Pfelster. Hit with ball:
By Pfelster, 1; by Leever, . 1, Time: 3:00.
Umpires: Klem and Email.
Cincinnati Take Two.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 3. -St. Loull
dropped both games of a double-header thia
afternoon to Cincinnati, the first 4 to 0, and
the second, 3 to 1. The second game was
shortened to seven innings and Beckley
helped with the umpiring. Bcore, first game:
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. -
B.H.O.A.B. , B.H.O.A.B.
Husflas, lb. I 1 I I e Bureh, ef.... 4 1 I t
kslla. If.... I tit t Barry. Ib 4 III
Juda. rf I I 1 I Bennett, lb., till
taioot, ef....l 111 Murphr, rf... 4 till
Lobert, Ib... 4 III t Re-kler, lb..l 1141
Mx-Loaa. e... t t 4 1 t Martee. It...; 4 I t t
Corcoran, as. 4 t I I t Hollr. ss 4 1 I I t
Deal, lb 4 I 11 t I Noonan, ... I t I t I
Hall, 4 14 4 SBeebe. p 1 4 4 3 t
Totals II t IT It t Totals to I 17 II I
Cincinnati 1 1001 0 0104
Bt. Louis 0 00000000-C
Earned runs: Cincinnati, 1. Two-bast)
hits: Hugglns, Met tea. Three-base hit:
Deal. Sacrifice hit: Kelley. Double piny:
Hugglna to Deal. Stolen bases: Hugglns,
Lobert. Basea on balls: Off Beebe, 3; oft
Hall, 4. Struck out: By Beebe, 6; b.vHall,
4. I -eft on basea: St. Louis, I; Cincinnati,
6. Time: 1:38. Umpire Conway.
Ber.re. second game: . . .r
CINCINNATI. ' ST. LOT18, . "
Hagflna; Ib. 411 sRurrh. rf.... I t I t t
Kallar. If 1 Sit a Barry, lb 8 Ills
I Juda, rf I I 0 I Bennett, 2b.. I 1 14. 1
Smnot. cf I III I Murray, rf... I t t t t
Lobert, Ib... I 1 t 1 ouradv, lb.... I tit
Brblal. a I t I tl 1 Mertea. If..., I I t I S
( orcoran, aa.. I 1 t I o Holly, as.... I til
Deal. Ik t t It t oM.r.hall. a. l 1 I I t
Fraeer, ....! til tHhodea. a....! t t I I
Totsls 14 t II It 1 Totala M 1 It It I
Cincinnati 0 10 10 10-1
St. Louis 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Earned runs: Cincinnati, i. Two-bas hit:
Smoot. Sacrifice hit: Lobert. Passed ball;
Marshall. Hit by pitched ball: By Rhodea,
3. Bases on balls: Oft Rhodes, 1; off Fraser,
1. Struck out: By Rhodea, 8; by Fraser,
1. IWt on bases; St. louts, 4; Cincinnati.
4. Time: 1:24. Umplrea: Beckley anil
Staaalaar or tha Teams.
Won. Lost. r- Pet.
1 - 82 .7M
New York 127 . 82 46 .648
Pittsburg 129 82 48 ,ff?
Philadelphia 12 68 70 .453
Cincinnati 132 66 ?. .404
Brooklyn 126 . 61 75 ..44
St. Loula 1.12 . ' 48 . 84 . ,.864
Boston 130 42 M " .821
Gamea today: New York at Boston, Phil,
adelphla at Brooklyn.
lawa I.eaaae Resalt. .
MARffHALLTOWN. Ia.. Sept. . (Special
Telegram.) Following are the results in th
Oskaloosa. 8: Ottumwa. 0; forfeited. Ot
ttimwa. 7; Oskaloosa. 4.
Burlington, 8; Keokuk, 1. Keokuk, 3;
Clinton. 1; Waterloo. 0: thirteen inning.
Marahalltown, 7; Fort Dodge, 4.
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