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THE OMAIIA DAIUf BEE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEH X 1006.
WHITE SOX SHUT OUT BROWNS
t-feittr Amtrcans Ttkfl Another Lone
, -, , Etsp ia'Rtce for Flaz.
ftW YORK tOSLS TO PHILADELPHIA
!t ' MM MM.
llirhlsg of tmnbi Prevn Too
'"' tlnch'for .rfnth'a lllghlaadera
-eei"ea ' Made on Other
S.T. LOUIS. Oct,"ft. -Chicago shut out St.
.Otti again lody. 1 to 0 Wii'i pitching
f r Chicago wan a. feature, the St. Louis
I rn-bc(ng-ilmibte to" solve his delivery nnd
Lynch hit. The hcrics will conclude, to-ijoTf-ow
wilt a double-bender, floor: '..-.
lai ' CHICAOO. T. UV18.
AR II O A.I. AB H.O.A B.
Iha. rf 4 I 1 a Win. rf 4 I 0
j . rf 4 0" rJiwi. ih.... 4 1 12 1
l.nall. ?ta.... 4 2 1 (. It 4 I
1. nt.-, .:.. I 1'J I Hmphlll. f. - 0 4 B
... mobile. Ih. 4 0 A HWalli'f, aa..4" 1' 4 6
.mirhenr. If 3 -1 4 HO" Wrlo. 9a... 4 0 0
, ,ih, Sb 111 iiKnraafd. li 2 1
..xtn. ' ci..., 2- ! S I.Ji,fntr. 't... 3, 4 4
. aan. p 2 9 4 OUIail, 3 1 0
v 'Totii?:;...w 1 2T t"o wiif ... ii,in n i
hicago I 2 I) 0 " U-'l
St. aLoui. . o o o o o .u 0 -
Two-base hit: Halm. Three-base hits:
I shell. Roth.' Kaorirlce lilts: Rohe. Owen I2.
itoth. Double pluv: Spencer to Hocken
nelii. Broliii had": Stone. I lalin. Hit . With
,.ltcHej) hall: By- Oladc, 1. Firm -hiise.a.n
i-ftlto;- Off rtlade, t; off Owen.- 2. Struck
ut: By Glade, 3; by Owra. 5. Left .on
eases St, 1-ouls. Chicago, t. Tlrrre:-1)..
S spa Defeat Tigers. .
CLEVELAND. 0 Oct. . ClevojAnd
easily deflated ..Detroit todny. hlttlrm
Donovan freolv. , l.jebliardt, Intn of.th'
Mewphla fiitlern Img-uc. pitched hl.i
llrat blKy Kami- und liold iH trolt to tlne.
ult'a. ' (TonKMlton'n batttng nnd Turnor
ileldiug were fcatureB. More:.
UKTROtT. " '
All. H O. A E.
Hlrmln m.,UJi u 1 lVlntjr. It. 4 .1 0 0 0
(trn. If ... J' 0 1 U 0Cihlln. SB. 3 n 1 i
l.ivtll. Jb. . 4 2 . fMwfor. rf. 2 " 2 P
Turner, M... 1 2 3 ' rf .1 a ' "
.jijeii. 2b.... 4 1 s 4'irtvn. c 3 0 1 1 a
OmnaWMh rt 4 4 0 (I fli liirfr, 2b. . S 13 2 0
U.i tt.i. .. 3 1 I 0 .1. Lln'l"y, lb.. 3 0 10 n
llnnman, lb. 2 2 13 lH'Uur, .. 1 2 4 It
liurlow. c...f 2 ft 3. 4" P punovan, p.'. 3 0 a 1 ft
iaiMtardt. 4.'4 11.S a
l Total...'..I7" 3 24 10 0
Wala.ri.fM-ff-ST i1 . '
Cleveland 1 .0 0 n o 1 0 5 7
Detroit v 0 ;0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Firat base on error': JJetroU,' S. Two
b&Kts Jijt:. Htovall.' lom- run. Con gal ton.
Siirrlllce hlta': Huelow, i'ouKhlln. Double
playa: , iUwdiuun luiHisHiUHl; Slovall to
Uajole to Hoaatttan; Sclwefer to Lindsay.
Flrat baao. on Iwlle:. , )tt l.elbhardt, J;
oftPonovart 1, -.TlnuJ: .1:20. t'mplres:
lCvaha dltd CTLouRhllri,
'..Athletic- Oelrat, lllKhlanilera.
rHII.ADULPHIA:-. Oct. 2.-rhlliidi !pbla
defeatel Jilew Vot k todnv through the effec
tive" pitching of Coooibs. .Score:
PHILADEl.PHI.t.' 1 J SEW YORK.
" S ,. B H.O VB ' ' AB.H.O.A.K.
Ilartml, If... I 2, t r.inrov( If... 4 0 4 0 a
Atmkru'nTf. U I t OKorlrr. rt... 4 1.2 a
IttvU. .lb,'... 1,1 t $ OKIbarfrld. wS 0 1 1 0
Nlrhol, J... 4 f J 3'i( h, lb.'... 4 1 t 1 a
OMrlnc,'' -!J- . 4 ' t '5 I I WHllimi, lb I I 1
Chen. Ib,.p., 4 1 a i . 11 ljr"rTe. 3b.. 4 0 0 2 a
HnrtrT 'rfi 1 1 0 'tMHtmin, vt. . 1'3 0 a
Brry, a.i..,i J I f jTtamu. c... I 1 1 0
Cwfmbt, ' p.., 11 J.l arhenbro. p... i OX S 0
t , . -noyle. p"....0 a 0 0 0
Toula 30 10 27. tYrfer 1 '1 0.0
' r t 1 .
, '. " V ! '.' .'.Total! 3) t 24 7 0
Rataed or C'hesbid it tlw eighth..
PhHadelphlii ..'.;:.. 9 o 10 1 0 1 1 '-4
New York, 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 03
teft on baseM; ew Vgrk. S; Phllndelphl.t,
if Stolen happi: Keclcr, Mender. Two-biia
Mitw: Dnvls. Khean. , Tltri e-bniw' hlta: Horf.
rtian. VJ111anfa. Pfierlllcc 'liKa: Martsel 2.
Double ' plnyti: .'lK0crf.''ld to t'lmse to
TlioTOna'CaorhbfJ to r.iMMng: Struck out:
Py CoorrifiB'j 6; b'1' Cliexf ro. J; by Doyle, 1.
frsH bayf ttr. 'ViUs: '.Off Coomb. 1; -oil
hribro,;A ilt.4; OiT Ch"abro, 8 In neven
Ihnliiga; nfr Ioylp,' 2 Ifi one inning. , Wild
pitch: Chcabro, fUt with . pitch. d 'batl:
wendrt',. ; fln.to: pit: Jlurst. .
. '' . Braaratrn Defeat ftetiatora. v .
"WASHI NOTOT,'4 'Ort. '" J. Boatdn u
feated 1 Vaahlhgtorr'torfn' 6 to- 5 knoeKV
Tng-Ooodwan'-oufr'of'lio WV In hr trei?
cnih Inning, -Mid apoctag 4l'e. t lmilng. 4'up
, V i- it
la Hs atUtude against dirt
Old Dutch Cleanser
1 . ...
'i. tpaiaewot th energy and
,, ct.pt.alty to .' uocatsfull.r
' remoTe it.-
Relieve, joU of the drudgery
ud utti 4lf the time end
Ubor required ' with erdioary
ele.Diere. . - ,
Sold in 1-rpe' convenient eiftlng
top cmoav . .
At ell grocer.
, Seat ' -FHEK' on requeat the
useful llulo booklet "IIloU far
The Cods!i) Packing Co. O.D.C.Oep't
SOUTH 0MABA, NEB.
kl-rkaa-t-r'a lUla la it.
,.! 4.11 brtallic Uaa. aciaJ
Mh BIlm alter a. Tilfxakin
an ot wnu. IlruraHt mmti MA let
H1-4"rir'.Tr K-M r.Vi.1 leH.
KIAMOSli UK AND fit LS, (ur
Cma' ia-i.tod aa Ht. SjIc Alaya
aliahta. hv Dr eflttf a.rvbr.a
Vttk ar.d rervou men
who. find their uower L,
NARUAt wuik und youthful vigor
VI wuo. aa k leault of ex-
resaes or indiscretion kliould lake OKAY b
JS t,HVE Koul) PILI4. They will niaae
you eat and alwp and ! a man iigiin,
1 Box, 3 Baza a.o by Mail. -
Sherman & McConnell DruJ C
J : qom. irrx ajto bodqb. oiuu
. i -. : .
I Ve. fTl I
10 c, HI
off Pmlth In th t,lth oi rTnta doubtof
and Stahla alnth. fcore: I
BOPTOX. WAHtyoTOK. j
AR.H O.A.V. AB.H.O A .
Hner. ir t i arhninr. Jh. 4 l i I a i
F'trnl. . . . I
C. W.M, rf? 4
W'Bfrr. ;b.. 4
M'irran. Jb... I
Fryman, rf. 3
rot rtfn p. . f
4 'a Jcnka. cf I t 1. 0 a
I Alttr. aa... 4 1 1 3 I
t t Htrhman. !. I 1 t
i , a AniVen. It. 4 3 1 a
1 no Blahl. Ik.. 4 2 It
a oatanieT. rl... 2 I
I .t.ikf!"M. r. 4 " t t a
7 2Uib. p.. j a a l
. , . L 1 k
i j - - c- III I ' H . p 1 v v m
Total ...31 27 2 4
ToUll M 12 27 1! 1
Hoaton . .' 0 0 0 0 1 ' 0 4 0 1 1
Wnahlngton -. . . .0 0 1 3 1 0 0-05
Two-bnae hlta: C. Ftnhl. Parent. Three
base bita: Schnlrlv, Urlmahaiv, Parent.
Sacrlllce hlta: Wchalfly, ii. Stahl. 8tan
ley :!, Anderaon. C. Ptahl. Iouble
playa: lVaanrr to Parent to Orlmahaw;
Altlitep io O. Ftahl. Keft tin. baava:
"ahlntin. t; Koaton. . Flrat baae on
balla: tIT oodwln. 4, off Snilth, -': "ff
t'berlln, 2. Flrat baae on errora: Wash
Irmlon. g; Hoaton. I. Struck out: tly
(loodwln, 2: by Smith.- I. , Mld pilch:
Oberlln. Hlta: Off Goodwin, V In aevn
innlnga; off 8inltb. 2 in two innlngJ.
Time: 1:50. I'mplre: , Connolly,
"tandlnaT of the Team. .
" Pin veil. Won. I. oat.
f'hliiugo 147 fl 'A
VfO VrtrW 147 .4,7. IUI
Cleveland i.14S S
f li hule nh ia 111 77 W
Ft. tViula !. . 74 .- 71
Ilftrnlt . 7li Tr,
Waahington ...!...!ln '. 54.
notion ,ij - 4 lie
tlames today: Chicago at St. l.oul
U-otl at Cleveland. New York at Phil
I. I . . TV . . , . . L 1 .
CJ.VMI-:S I THE, fATIOAI. I.EAfit B
Boaton and Cincinnati IMa? a Twelve-
.'. Inning Tie' at the Bab.. '
BOSTON, Oct. . !. Darkneaa neceltatcd
the. calling off of today's game between
Hoaton nd :inclnnatt with the end ot the
twelfth Inning, with the acore a tin,-2 to 2.
Weak hatting tnarkeii the tortteat and all
of the runa acored . resulted from poor play
ing; Score.: ; . , ,
. MOBTOK. -r ! . (INriXNATi.
Dnlan. rf.... i 0 3 1 0 Htigglpa. tb.. S 1 3 .A
Tnny, lb... 2 14 1 aUr), lf....( 0 1
riraln. 3b.... i 2 0 0 iJurte. rf 1 I "
Haia. f a 1,2 1 OSmnnt, tf.... 1 4 a v
onnaub'n. s i 3 4 3 1 Lbrt. 3b... t 'O 2 2 0
Howmnr, 2b.. t 1 t I I Srhlal. 0.....4 1 1 1
Camrron, If.. 3 0 1 0 'tCorroran, aa. 4 0 0 3 1
O'Neill, c 3 0 9 1 ODral, lh..... SIR 1 a
PfefT.r. p.... 4 0 0 fiKnlnj. p...... 4 9 1 .i 0
nrown, If....! Oloo
. Totals. ...'.40 S 14 la. 1
Totala 42 7 3 l t . .
Homon 1 0 I) 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 02
Cincinnati ..00002COOOO.O 02
Stolen haac: Lobrt. First haae on haMi
Off Kwlng. 1; off Pfeffer, 1. Struck out: Py
Kwlng, 9; by Pfeffer, P. Double plnyr:
Dolnn to Tenney, Hates to Tenner ' txtbert
to Hiiggina to Deal, Corcoran to Hugglna
to Deal, Connatighron to Howard to Ten
ney: Time: 2:oJ. L'iuplre: Conway.
Brooklyn Shots Oat Pitlabarg
HROOKI.YN. Oct. 2 -Whiting. Brooklyn'
voting pitcher, completely puiled the
Pittslmrg nine at Waatilngton park thla
afternoon and succeeded in shutting out.
the visitors. Score:'
.BROOKLYN. '. . prrfSBfRtl.
. AB.H.O.A.E. , . AB.H.O. A. fe.
rafav. 3b..... 4 1 1 l-OHallnian. cf. 4 1 3 0, -0
Hummel, cf.) 2 0 10 olaih. nb....t 1 Its
Lumler, rf.. 4 1 1 .0 Malar. , If 4 0 4 .
Jordan, lb... 4,113 0 astorko,. aa... 1 0 111
McCarthy. If. 4 2 0 ONaalon, lb... 4 .1 2 u
Lawla. aa 3 113 1 Abaiala. rf... 1
Alparman. 2b. 4 1 3 o Kin-hay. 2b.. 1 1 J 3
Rlttar, c 2 15 1 OCIbaon, ... 1 t
Whiting. - p.. 3 1 0 1 ePhalpa, v.'...' I 0 110
: Wlllla. p.... I 0 t 1 0
Total! 3 t 27 It lWaaner. ..... 0 0 0 0 0
- . 'Claika 1. 0-0
. . , Totala 31 4 24 14 1
Ratted for Storke In the eighth.
Batted for Absteln In the ninth. .
P.rooklyn 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
PlttKburg ; 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0'0 0
Two-base hits: , Alperman,' Leach, Nealon.
Stolen basea: Dumiey. Bitter, Whiting,
Meier. .Double play: RUchey to Slofke to
Nealon. Left on bases: Brooklyn. 8; Pitts
burg. 6. Rtruck out: Ly Whiting. 3; by
Willis. 3. Wild pitch: Willis. Trme:, l:33.
Vmpires: Johnston and Emslle. . .
' Standing; of the Teams.
' .' . . . Played. Won. .Lost., Pet.
Chicago 11... U , i . .7S.'
New Yorli' I... 149 96 , 54 . ..SSS
Pittsburg 161 91', . n .. ..
Philadelphia.. ...... lfil . .iO.i . '..IM
Cincinnati ...'.ISO" ' M,- . S8 ,',.4i
Brooklyn- lta... 43 .... (6 . .423
St. IajuIs 150 hi N .84,'
Boston i..V.'.'.... .:'.al47 ; 4 s W " ' .827
1; Games Voday.:'"'BrooV;l''n at Boston, fhlla'-
; qeipniu ai new lorn., , . . -. . . .
I WKsTKItV LEAGIE FABCG IS OVER
Cantlflon, vrlth O'Xell aa Tool, Keep
lloodlamiam at Top.!. .
The agony is over, ' the VS estern league
faice has closed and now funs are.reauy
to begin waiting and hoping tut' that great
day bt emancipation from the bondagi: ot
an outlaw gang that, through an- Impotent
and Ignorunf executive as Its tool, ' ha
browbeat and domineered' aver those wno
chose not to approve base ball outluwry.
These fans nro hoping sortie power will
deliver them before another season comes
Coder the O'Neill regime, which, as every
; one. knows, is actually the Cantillon re
I gltne, the Western le-ague- ha become a
'howling, farce. .Hoodiumlsm has been
! placinl at a premium. Decent - umpires
i have been driven out and.' with" possibly
lone exception, only men .employed who
will humbly and willingly do the bidding
'of their lawless dlctaturs.
' No wonder onuvia ceaxed to lUa intei--I
est. 'The Omuha team came out third, and
1 the only reason It did not come out last I
lb cause it tried through the greater por
' tlon of the season to rise atiove. the feartul
! odds placed ugalnst it by the Cantillon
regime. Such favoritism would disgust any
team. Of course, every one Knows mere
was room for Improvement in Omaha and
there are men in the tuam who have no
right there, as there are on all teams. -
Manager Rourke pajd off his men at
headquarters Tuesday morning and all the
players are on the reserve list uutll such
tlnio as Hon ike decides whether ho wishes
their, signatures to a contract for next sea
son. The only man who ht.s really been
disposed of, bf sides Carter, who was sold
to Memphis during the season. Is Perring,
who goes to the Philadelphia Americans.
The players are now free to scatter to
their homes, as there will, be no. barnstorm
ing trip this year as has been tho custom
tor the last few year. This may be he
cause Manager Frees? was not on hand to
arrange the trip. No official souvenir of
the team were prepared, probably becausd
Freese was not here to i;ll them and per
haps because the players thought .there
would be no demand tor them.
BOSTO-, NATIONAL TEAM . KOLP
Two of the New Owner .Are' Fred
. Tenney aa4 Roy THoaaaa
BOSTON. Oct. 2 At the concluaion of to
day game with Clnelnnati, Manager Fred
Tenney announced officially that the Bowon
National league base hall club had been
sold. Preaident A. H. Soden confirmed thla.
No details weie given out, but it Is learned
that Tenney will be part owner of ttw club
and - that Hoy Thomas, center fielder of
the Philadelphia- National league club, will
also have an interest. Tenney announced
that a wealthy man who doea not live in
liuion had furnished the nuresaary money
to enable the transfer to rva made. . -
Dan Patch Breaks Track Itecord.
SPRINGFIELD. 111., Oct. 2.-Before a
crowd of 4fi.t) people, Dan Patch today
broke the track record on the Illinois S ate
fair grounds whin, in an exhibition mile,
the great horse paced the distance in l:f.
one and a quarter atcoudn faster than the
time made In If H7 by Star Pointer in a race
with Joe Putchen.' . . .
Sport Inn: Rrevltlra
Chicago and Chicago. , "
No band to play. "The Conquering Hero
If N. L. O'Xetl would enter vaudeville
he'd be the biggest natural Joke on th
If Cantillon aspired to break up a league
he the . most howling success in iha
Ah.' well, many a manner Wa wrecked
on the shoals of might-have-been Cheer
A game of foot hall will be ' played in
Omaha Saturday between the Oni.ha High
school and the Nebraska Ci'y High school.
The cl mtng of the present b.ie hall aea
ann ia liK 'ly to murk lite pasaing"of soma
once brtlllint, but now taded light on
tho diiamoiid. ,
Owing lo high water, tne fishing at Cut
Off like ha not been good recentiv. ml.
) though haFs are biting fitirly weii and
out- crappi" i ix-.ng caii:u.' although
not buuig well. A coo a aa tha water
auualde a little it is thought halting will,
be good again.
. .Ak.far.Ben Visiters
Can have mall, ado r sawed to-Tot Omaha
Bee. W will see that It I pro parry cared
for.- '0l" oy- nd hhjht,, l, .', . '
til'ttlT " T 1 DYl" C" C T)17f
lAJlltL CAT IIKLJ riULU
Amerietn Arroj Litnttiint Grrii Cffj
Eonon in Balloon Bce. j
TAKES TROPHY AND CASH FOR DISTANCE
l ap Offered hi Jnmea Gordon Bennett
Beeomea ' Property of Aero
t Inh of America a
PARI. Oct. 2 -All the uncertainty re
garding the result of the balloon race for.
the James Got don Bennett tup, started j
irum nere on sunnay aiternoon. wss enaea
at noon today, when s dispatch was re
ceived by the Aero club announcing that
Hon. C. C. Rolls and his companion. Colonel
Capper, in the balloon Britannia, landed at
Sarldringham. Upland at 6:30 last night.
thus establishing that Lieutenant Frank P. !
Lalim, sixth cavalry, United States army,
the Airlerlean competitor In the race, who
doscended near Whitby yesterday afternoon
In the balloon Vnltcd States. Is the winner.
Slgnor von Wllcr, Italy, Is second; Count '
do la'' Vnulx, France, third, and Hon. C. S. 1
Rolls. Oreat Britain, fourth. ' ,
Some anxiety was felt .on account of Mr. I
Kolls,. It. being feared that he had at
tempted to cross the North sea. The delay
in reporting his descent is not yet ex
plained. . Lleutcnani Latim's friend are 'enthusi
astic over hi victory. With the exception
of -Behor Salamanca, the Spanish aeronaut,
Lohm was- the youngest .competitor. Since
his assignment to the cavalry school at
Saumur Lahm has devoted much attention
to aerostatics and his rspld advance as an
aerial pilot ha already attracted consid
erable attention. He made a doxen asce.n-sinns-.durinff
the summer, the longest voy
age being from St. Cloud lo St; Brieuc.
Took Father's Place.
The lieutenant took tne mace of his
father In' the race, the latter, who Is the
best known 'American', aeronaut In Paris,
being carted home on i Saturday. Major
Hersey's -trip as Lieutenant Lahm's assist
ant was .t,ull'e accidental. A Frenchman,
Levee, had been selected as his assistant,
but the Aero club of France protested, and
Major Hersey, who has Jiist arrived here
from. Norway with Walter Wellman, leader
of .the Wellmnn-Chicago Record-Herald ex
pedition, eagerly seized on the chance.
Lieutenant 'Lanm. who Is expected to ar
rive ' In Paris today, covered 415 miles.
against 370 miles covered by von Wilier, his
nearest competitor. 1
The beautiful cup presented for 'competi
tion by James Gordon Bennett ' becomes a
trophy of the Aero club of America.' The
first cash prlre of $2,900 goes to Lieutenant
Lahm and the endurance medal to Mr.
Rolls, who was the longest In the air.
Lahm In London.
IX) N DON, Oct. 2. Lieutenant Frank P.
Lahm, 'or the Sixth cavalry, United States
army, winner oy the International balloon
race, arrived in London this afternoon from
Whitby, ; where he spent the night. The
lieutenant 'and Major. Hersey, h(s compan
ion during the trip, described the voyage as
having been most delightful, the weather
favoring them from the start until . shortly
before the finish, when an easterly wind
sprang up, taking their balloon, the United
States, down near the cliffs near Whitby.
After the (Hart, Lieutenant Lahm savld, a
westerly "Wind carried the'; balloon over
western France, and then, . veering 'north
westward, took her across the channel from
Just north of Caen to eastward of Chi
chester. ' They ' had a beautiful moonfight
night for crossing the channel and greatly
enjoyed the experience. -The balloon was so
low and maintained her equilibrium so well
that the aeronaut were enabled to see per
sons on the decks of the channel' steamer.
After crossing the channel the wind took
the United States almost directly north,
along the coast, and had the Kreeio con
tinued favorable. Lieutenant Lahm said,
there would have been no trouble In reach
ing Srqtlarfd.' As It was an east wind sprang
tip and was carrying the balloon back sea
ward, . so .the -aeronauts made a leisurely
deecent, the lieutenant climbing- down the
guy rope Jo Inquire the way to the tatI'on.v
As the wind was favorable, the -Americans
continued their Journey toward, the rail
roads', .descending not far from the station.
While the trip was entirely without inci
dent. Lieutenant Lahm gives much of the
credit for the. success of the United States
to Major Hersr-y' meteorological knoalcdge
and the major says that the lientenant's
management of , the balloon wu perfect.'
EVENTS 4X THE Bt NNING TRACKS
Proper Wlna Cop' Prelluilnnry nt
NEW YORK. Oct. 2. Proper, the 2 to
5' favorite.-won the cup preliminary, one
mile and a half, at Bright Beach today,
defeating Oxford, and . Fllpfiap.- The race
was run In the faM.time-of 2:3.'!. Only
four horses eligible to start in the
Brighton cup of two and a quarter miles,
to be run Saturday, atarted In the cup
preliminary today and Proper waa alwaya
n odds-on - favorite. Oxford broke in
front and aet the pace for- one and a
quarter milea, with Prone r In Beyond
place. 1 In the ttietch William sent- the
favorite up and In a drive Proper won
by a neck. Jockey Miller was fined $100
for rough riding with Dolly Spanker In
the firth race. Reaulta: (
Flrat race, six furlonga:. Miss Ogdnn
won.- Winning . Hand second, Cloisteress
third. Time: 1:1.1.
Second race, steeplechase, about two
miles: Bound Brook won. Russell Sage
second. Allegiance third. Time: 4:18.
Third -race, six furlongs: Merrill won.
Victoria B second. Dan Buhre third. Tlirle:
Fourth race, the Cup preliminary, mile
and a half: Proper won. Oxford second,
Klipflap third. Time: 2:3i
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth: Far
West woo. Garnish second, Dolly Spanker
third. TiiAe : 1:4b.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs:
Four Full Quarts, Express Prepaid,
716 South 16th St
states ' west of
Nebraska will be
sent p re p aid,
""j1, ' j Providing same
calls for twenty
quarts' or more.
lidv Vincent nn. Landsman second. Gar
gMtitu third. Tim: Kk
Seventh race, five and a half forlon:
Main Chance won. Anglone econd. Lln
ncpe thlid. Time: l:i..
I.oriHVlM.K. KV.. Oct. 1-Reaults:
Firs race, selling, six furloags: Intense
won. Rtibuytt second. Dual third. Time:
1:17. . I
Second lace, mile and an eighth: fntldon
Mineral won, Chamblee second, Joe Lea
st r third. Time: I M.
Third race, seven furlongs: Martha or
man Won, 1'rstirv second, Clifton Forge
third. Time: 1:31,.
Fourth race. steplechse. handicap, short
course: Maverick won. Plgmund second,
St. Volma third. Time: 2:.s.
Fifth race, six furlonga: Tom Dol.m
won, Ur.ichlnua second. Clamor third. Time:
Sixth race, one mile: Insiiector Ulrl won,
Lsxelle second, Belden third. Time; 1 :4i"..
WITH THE BOWI.KHV
The El Caudlllos won two out of three
games on the Metropolitan alleys, lllnrii h
had high single gam with 222 pins, -ilsn
hlffh on totl With rV!S. The Inst year's
champions will have to. get down to busi
ness If they want to stay In the running
this year. Score:
1H. 2. 3.1. Total.
CaughlMii lvi 1i h:: ffix
Bauman , W l'.'7 bt .!
Straw 132 132 :M .S'i
Hamblel lnl li ' r4 171
HlnrMi . J14 17s 222 VTi
Totals i... rv 7s;
'',' .'.'- 1st. "d. 3d. Total.
Walen 1S lft 1ST .VJH
McKllvey .4 . 1 .15 I2S 152 V'
Sutton 1HS m 1 jo 4'4
Stapf nhorst 1!1 112 IS.' 45
l-liman 24 ls in Sli
Totals Is4 "t74 79 2. IIS
Wahitar rity' a Winner.
WER8TF7R CITT. Ia., Oct. !. (Sprcial
Telegram.) In a baU tournament at the
county fair In this city today Kamrar won
from Blalrsburg ' and Webster city from
Kamrar. Scores: Kamrar. S: Blalrsburg,
3. Tla'tterla: Carey und Wright; Thomp
son and Thompson. Webater City, 10: Kam
rar. 6. Bntterlea: Corbln and Phleger;
Carey, Meyers and Palby. .
POLICE BOARD ON CARPET
(Continued from Third Page.)
and so badly Injured that he died within an
hour. Coroner Sutherland held an Inquest,
the Jury bringing In a verdict that the de
ceased had met death in the manner de
scribed, through no negligence on the part,
of the company. Huber had come n on a
freight and had wandered about the yards.
He was warned off the grounds by the yard
watchman, Juergen Kllntworth, some time
before he was found, and upon the watch
man's warning had started to go. He had
been married, but'had been divorced from
his wife. He waa. about 35 years of age.
He had a brother at Central City who did
not know of his departure until advised- by
a telegram that he had been killed In the
local yards. ' - .
Frank Hammond Retires.
FREMONT, Neb..iOct. 2.-(Speclal.)-An-nouncement
was made this morning that
Mr. Frank Hammond has retired from
active management of the business depart
ment of the Hammond Printing company
and would devote his time to the manage
ment of 7 the Siire Hatch Incubator com
pany. His son Ray succeeds him in the
newspaper and printing business. Mr.
Hammond haii' been connected with the
Tribune since It establishment here and
was for a long time editor, Ross . Ham
mond his broaher having succeeded htm
about twenty, years, ago, since which time
he has had charge ef the business depart
ment and of the stationery and supply
business..' . . . '"
, ' Repnhliraoi, Meetlna at Clark.
CLARKS. Neb. .ct. J, (Special Tele
gram.) Norrls Brown, George L. Sheldon,
Judge Boyd, tV- 'King and Messrs.
Brian. Junkrrc -wmdi, Williams addressed - a
lurgc audience the opera house here
last evenlng'The' rne.tlng was arranged
by the Young Men' Republican club. A
fine choru of! Clarks' young women, thr
Clarke' band and Central City Glee club
furnished excellent , music. Brown, and
Sheldon made the principal speeches and
their square -deal doctrine In favor of the
people aa against, tax dodging railroads
and excessive freight rates met the em
phatic approval .of .the large audience.
, Girl Ban Over by Wagon.
ARAPAHOE."Xeb., Oct. J. (Special Tele
gram.) An 8-year-old daughter of Augu.it
Shultz, proprietor of the City hotel, while
endeavoring to obtain a ride on a wagon
loaded with corn, fell and the wheels of the
heavily loaded wagon passed over her,
breaking her arm and collar bone, and the
Injuries may proe fatal. -
Horse Thlvea at Inland.
HARVARD, Neb., Oct t-(fipeelal Tele
gram. )-r-A team of white mares, weighing
1.400 pounds each,' and a buggy and harness
were stolen from barn at Inland last
News of Nehraaka.
WAHOO The flrat frost of the season
visited here Monday, which is a help to the
AUBURN George Oilman ha traded a
farm for the Iliirlan-Blakely drug stock in
VAHOO The corner stone of the new
Swedish Luthern church will be laid next
Sunday, October , at 3 p. m.
BEATRICE In some fields In Gage
county winter wheat I up and looks we,l.
Farmer will begin picking corn soon.
COLUMBUS Carl Kramer took a day off
yesterday and hied himself away to Lin
coln to have a big time with the boy who
handle Uncle Sam' malt.
PLATTSMOUTH The following is the
mortgage record for September: Farm
mortgages filed, ; amount, 19,832. lle
ieased, In: amount, tA.032.
PLATTSMOUTH W. L. Cooper of Have
lock will succeed Thomas) Kenster as store,
keeper for the Burlington here and Mr.
Kepster will go to Denver.
YORK Hon. George L. Sheldon, repub
llcan candidate for governor, will open the
campaign In York county ot York next
Friday afternoon and evening.
PLATTSMOUTH Albert Hunger was ar
rested Usti night and is . now confined in
Jail charged with having committed an as
sault upon Misa Bertha Cllntberg.
PLATTSMOUTH The Infant child of Mr.
and Mrs, iiae Reynolds was burled Monday
afternoon. Rev. A. L. Zlnk. pastor of the
Christian church, conducted the service.
YORK The body of Henry M. Hall, who
died at the Hastings hr.spital. was brought
to York today. Toe wife of the deceased
lives in Ydrk. The funeral will he held to
morrow. BEATRICE D. D. Dunn, who recently
had one of his Angers amputated by reas n
of an Injury he-sustained. Is su Hiring from
blood poisoning and it la thought Id hand
will huv to be amputated.
OKNEVA The congregation at the taber
nacle on Sunday raised Jior for the
Evsngerist. Mr. Honeywell, and Mr. and
Mr a. Billliern. There were about 2u con
vene. Tha laat meeting wa held Sunday
AUBURN At the annual meeting today
of the Nemaha County bank, Verne W.
Dunda wa elected assistant caahier. Mr.
Dundati ha been a bookkeeper in the batik
the past two year and lately arrived at
BEATRICE Charle and Albert Polnk
Instituted a damage suit in the district
court for IjO.ipOO each against John B.
Kenard for alaede r nnd defamation of char
acter. All are prominent German resident?
of Gage county. ,
BEATRICE C hi- f Burke todaV raided the
Divia house 'and arreailed Lottie Hall aiul
Ray Walker. The woman wa flm?d for
disorderly conduct. She paid her fine and
left tor IJncolu this evening. Walker will
be given a hearing tomorrow.
BEATRICE Mrs. Alma Chlpperfleld.
pioneer reandent of Beatrice, died suddenly
esterd;i-, morning at her home in this
city of heart failure, aged '. She is sur
vived by aix vonax all grown, her husband
having pa.sHd away several years ago.
YOHK Warren Sovereign, brother of
Mavur Sovereign, died at the home of his
brother. Mr. Sovereign arrived here Tuia
day evening front OukUnd, Cal.. his huinu,
10 -visit iila brother. The funeral will be
heid frcm the residence of Mayor Sovereign.
BEATRICK Ira Pilchard, until recently
I a rt alUeui cf Btttrice, died in Denver eiui-
rmoed to her home at Wymote today-!
Her recovery hs been rapid the last fvw
PERI 'The harve-t of the api le crop In
thla vicinity la on In full blaM. Mesar.
Hleaslng and Taukerdsby of Auburn have
shoot finished ' picking th fortv-acre or
chard of F.d Ward eouih of town. They
lll sjhlp eight or ten csrlonds from this
PUTTSMOUTH -The Thirtieth United
Statea Infantry passed through this city
today on Ita return trip to Fort omiih.i
nd i camped on the I'latto 'river bottom,
mar Oreapolla. tonight. This afternoon lh"
regimental band gave a concert in this
BEATRICE M rs. Adam McMullrn. who
was operated upon recmtly at l nll s san
itarium by t wo Omaha, physicians h 1
visited Res trice on a special train. wj
.Beers, president; Miss Maria Upson, vice
president; Mis Louise Van Camp, avcre
ALBION Charles Raukln. a single man
of about 30 years of age. was brought over
from Primrose lust night by his friends
for the purpose, of bringing him before the
Insanity board. The hoard pronounced him
Insane and the ahetlff will take him to the
Norfolk asylum today.
COLUMBl S-All that was mortal of the
late Prof. John K. Hicks was brought h'-re
from Allegheny, Pa., and burled In the
Columbus cemetery by the side or his wife
this afternoon. The funeral was held from
Grace Episcopal church. Its rector. Rev,
Arthur J. Wevtcott. officiating.
PERU Blackleg is appearing among the
calves In this part of the county. C. T.
Marquis lost four head laMt week, but has
checked the further progress of the dis
ease by vaccination. Hog cholera Is also
reported as prevnlcnt. Several farmers
have already lost large numbers.
I PERU The band Trom the P ru normal
I has been engaged to furnish the music
'at l.n Al,K,. l.n...n A .. 9A
5. This band is composed chiefly of normal
students and hns been materially strength
ened by the arrival ot new miiKlclivns this
fall, until it is stronger than ever before.
BEATRICE U. N. Fulton returned yes
terday with a pair of bloodhounds from
Hanover, Knn.. where he was called to
run down some parties who had set fire
to several stai-ks of wheat and a thresh
ing outfit. The dogs located the parties
suspected, and arrests are likely to occur
at any time.
WAHOO Last Sunday the hall, team
went to Mempnis and walloped the Ash
land tram, which was. strengthened by
players all around, by a score of a to i
Anderson for Wohoo pitched a star game,
allowing bnt five hits of which four were
made In the flrnt two innings and giving
no iHises on balls.
BEATRICE At the mi eting of the Board
of Education last evening lh" hlirh school
teachers were granted Friday, October .
to visit the schools of Omaha and Council
Bluffs. They will attend the Ak-Har-Bcn
in the evening. Superintendent Fulmer's
report showed an Increase of eighty pupils
over this time InRt year.
NORTH FLATTEDlstrtet court con
vened here this morning, with a, fairly
heavy docket, ft Is a Jury term ant! thero
are a number of criminal cases as well as
civil suits to be tried to the Jury. A few
more than the usual proportion of divorce
cases are upon the docket, as well as quite
a number of equity matters.
TABLE ROCK The republican campaign
was opened in Table Rock last nieht by
Congressman K. M. Pollard, who. spoke for
nearly two hours to a large and enthusiastic
audience. Hon. W. II. Wilson ot Table
Hock, candidate for the sennte, and N. A.
Stelnauer of Stelnauer, candidate for the
house, occupied seats oft the platform.
ALBION District court convened here to
day with Judge Hanna president and O. A.
Abbott in court reporter. Most the work
of the term will go over to the adjourned
December term. The case of Meyers
against Nebraska Merchant Mutual Insur
ance company, which has once been tried
but reversed In the supreme court, will be
BATTLE CREEK Francis F. Rhynn,
commonly known as "Old Frnns." died at
I the Lutheran hospital at Sioux Clty'Sun-
aay ana was nurled here toils y. The funeral
wa conducted by the Grand Army of tho
Republic and tho services were held at the
MethodJst church, "Old Frons" was one
of the Battle Creek pioneers, having moved
here in 186K and taken a homestead near
town. He has been the mail carrier hero
for twenty-five, years.
GRAND ISLAND-Oscar Roerer of this
city refuses an office. He has twice served
as county supervisor, and the republicans
were so well pleased with his work that
they renominated hlni against his wish n.
He had no opposition for the norrnnjtm.
and the election In the particular dis.rlct
I as safe as a democratic nomination in
Alabama. He prefers, however, to devote
his time to his business and thinks some
one else-should take a whirl at It. , . . ,
" BEATRICE Tho Univirally club held it
first meeting of the year last night with
Miss L. M. I'rson. The object of tne meet
ing at this tlntc was a farewell to Mr. and
Mr. W. L. Hall, who li ft for Lincoln to
day to make their future home. Officers
for the year were elected, as follows: Frunit
dv night. Tho remains were brought to
this city yesterday nnd were Interred to
day In Evergreen Home cemetery by thoee
of his wife, who preceded hint several years
BEATRICE Frank Lillle, who usually
raises more good corn than any one farmer
in Gage county, has just finished putting
up his seed corn nt his farm near Rock
ford. Mr.. Lillle goes into his field and
selects the strongest and most perfect
(talks. These he cuts and currb-s ti a
place where they are shocked and left to
cure. From these stalks he selects 1 nly
the perfect car of corn, and by this man
ner of selecting seed he grows good corn
of the (Inert qualtty.
GRAND ISLAND Supervisor Fred
Phillips, a well-known and Highly esteemed
citixen of Doniphan township, was found
unconscious In his dooryord, having rnd
denly been stricken with Inertia of the
brain. He had been out in the garden
with his daughter, and upon coining In
complained of dizziness. He leaned against
a cultivator for support, whllo tho little
girl went. Into the house to notify her
mother. A ne 11 tlu two returned they
found the father in an unconscious state,
from which the physlelons aroui-ed him
with difficulty. He is reported but slightly
PERU A large tract or Missouri river
bottom land Just north of this place has
been formed into a drainage district under
the new drainage law. The final meeting,
before contracting for the actual work.
I is being held at the home of Thomas W.ig-
ner. Just acrocs the line in i noe county.
It is rumored that there will be consider
able objectlon'on tho part of some of the
owners of the land In the district against
the assessment tuxed up to their land by
the district's engineer. The successful
dralnuge of .this district will mean much
to Peru, as it will open up to cultivation
mmi of the richest land In the state.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Today and Tomorrow In Ne
braska Warmer In Eaatern
WA8I1INGTON, Oct. 2. Forecast of'the
weatlur for Wedm-aday and Thursday:
For Nebraska and South Dakota Fair
Wednesday und Thursday, warmer on
Wednesday In east portion.
For Kansas Fair and warmer Wednes
day and Thursday.
For Iowa Fair and warmer Wednesday
For Wyeinlng Fair Wednesday, except
shower and cooler In northwest portion;
Thursday showers, cooler.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, tx-t. 2 Official record of tem
perature and pieclpitatlon compared with
the corresponding day nf the last three
years: l:si. 1'JoS. i:H. I9ul.
Maximum temperature... 75 7i ill 83
Minimum temperature. ... 4ti 53 53 lil
Mean temperature 60 04 bt 7i
Precipitation C .mi .00 .02
Temperature and precipitation departure
from the normal at Omaha since March 1
and comparisons with the last two years:
Normul temperature tj2
Deficiency for the day 3
Detlclency tance M.irch 1 u
Normal precipitation '9 Inch
Deficiency for the day "flinch
Precipitation since March 1 91 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 t yi inche
Deficiency for cor. period, IMo S. is inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 10u4.... 3. 0J inches
Report from stations at T P. M.
Station and State Temp. Mux. Ral
of Weather. 7 p. m. Temp. In
Bismarck, partly cloudy 2 M
Cheyenne, clear 70 78
Chicago, partly cloudy 2 o4
Davenport, clear 7'.'
Denver, clear 74 V'
Havre, cloudy 72 78
Helena, cloudy 74 78
Huron, cleor w, 84
Kana.a City, clear wi 74
North Plutt. clear 68 84
Omaha, clear 8 '
Rapid City, clear 68 82
Ht. Louis, cloudy ..,' ,. bti ',
St. Paul, clear 4 7f.
Silt like City, clear Mi 84
Valentine, clear 74 M
Wllllttor cloodv 7u
U A, WELSH. Local Forecaster.
iPi if pi iiij
I .'- .- tv-ar'aewv: aVteff
The Reliable Specialists
OCT PAYING THE PENALTY
Everything has to. hnve a beginning and one of the most prolific souic
Of the diseases nnd weaknesses so prevalent among the men is the result of
abuses in early life or noglec.ted or Improperly treated pelvic discuses. Mich
as (ionorroliea, etc. While Gonorrhoea Is considered one of the simplest ion.
taglous diseases, yet through neglect It' develops Into Stricture an.1 Obet,
Insidiously progressing and tenaciously fastening itself upon tho system
until It has invaded the kidney, bladder and prostatlC Tegion. rendering it so
complicated as to be Incurable tn some cases. Perhaps the first sVlntom
wss a little discharge, which if properly treated, could have been cured 'in u.
few days. (Rheumatism Is another result of improper treatment of this con
dition, proouclng not only excruciating pain, but it frequently warps und
twists one of more of the Joints of the body producing horrible defnrmi'b-s,
frequently depriving the individual of the ability to earn, .11, living for him
self, leaving him a helpless and tortured cripple for life. Another deplrfralile '
result of this disease when Improperly treuted is swollen glands, that ar".tiot
only painful, but will finally destroy a man sexually sand In many eases,
physically. When this disease through neglect or improper, treatment, by. lt .
extension has caused a cj-stltlc. invasion of the- bladder. thenic by Its exieti-
slon up tho ureters to the kidney; 1t there prod mice resqlts-'thuk hre , indeed
lamentable. ' ,;
Some men, through Ignorance of the consequences which re sure to fal
low neglect or improper treatment, consider this a trlflling ailment and roly- .
upon patent medicines, druggists and unskilled doctors In an effort to-sncure..
relief for the cost of a bottle of medicine, and by this procedure allow the dl-
sease to make such serious Intend upon the sexual and nervous system li st
it lncnpaclate them for the physical, mental and sexual duties of life, and the
patient pays dearlv. for hi economy of the. selection of .Incompetent attend-
a nee .,.... 1.1 ;t 4 (. -..
We cure safely and thoroughly. ; -
GonorroheA, Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual
Debility, Impotency,. Blood Poison (Syphilis),.
' - , . T ".- O 1 " Tli AT '-a "a al ' TY-! -a! A JMT TV! If MAM
, Atcvtiai, niMidUicjr. iuu
and all dlsrases juiri' ifAkrtcVsi-i of men
or lilt 1 unuu (.'i PLFcu iiiu ur jhivaiv uintriatrsa
XXAMIHATIOK. . v
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1308 Farnanx SU Between ISth and 14th Sts.. Omaha, Neb.
II'' flfMfittl fs.VHlrlr?. XfJ!
13 rV lill
fill I"-. fil
and b.ilKl up the muscular, and nervous system.
- purifies and enrlche tho blood, clruuses and heula
bladdi r und kidm-vs nhen Irrliated or cmephi. .1 i,,. ,....r i... i,t. r
a- in t lie
revives the f elrlts. brightens the Intellect, aul restore the wasted uower of
Nervo-V'liul Ijijiility. ' ' v
We also cure tc, stay cured V RICOfELE. HYt)ROCKI.E 1-ROSTATIt"
TROUBLES. URETHRAL IliSTHI'i "HON, BLOOD POISON. NERVO-VITAI.
DEBILITY and all 11 flex comilcatlona and asaoclato diseases and wi-uk-nessi'H
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four of the b at years of our lives. Phyalclans having stubborn casea ui"
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multitudes of men.
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Drink to th? lieallh of yonr friends in
Underberjc Boonekamp Dlttcra arjd
improve ywif on. Taken before
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Ids ruddy rompUxlloii .U proclulni him u prime
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peer of the brightest and best.
Kb many men full l reuch thiy highest stand
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has bi-en weakened or destroyed through errors,
excesses, overwork or mental worry.
If thla is your condition we. want yo'J to hon
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