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.Aim OMAHA DAILY V,KK: THURSDAY, JULY 2. 190
Ballot Wins Advance Stake, Making a New Record for the Distance; Omaha Defeats Denver
j OMAHA GETS ONE AT DENVER
I Game Stopped at End of the Fifth
Inning by Eain.
ONLY SCORE MADE IN SECOND
) All DNTer Men (nnM no with
Hasan's. Oarlna to Pot
Tbrna la Air to Drop la
DENVER. Colo.. July 1 A furious rain
I form swept over Broadway park Just ns
the fifth Inning closed- Omaha Iad mad;
a run on n, brace of hlti !n tile second
Inning, in won the game. Doth pltrrtrts
were doing well. Rngan'g best efforts get
ting the Ienver men to hit the ball high
In the a!r.. I'p to the fifth Inning th
I Omaha players hart not made nn ass st.
strlkermt and fly balls having retired all
' the Denver men. Score:
It. O. A. K. f
0 10 0 1
0 2 0 1
0 10 0
14 0 0
0 2 0 0
0 2 2 0
) 1 2 0 1
0 2 2 2
2 0 4 0
1 16 12 3
H. O. A. E
12 0 0
0 2 10
0 3 0 0
0 2 0 0
0 2 10
1 0 0 0 i
1 10 0
0 2 0 0
4 15 2 0
.0 0 0 0 C 0
; Waldron. rf ...
l'cldcn. If ....
. CassRdy, rf ...
M hlte. lb .......
: 7altisky, lb ...
I Irwin. 3b
' McDonnugh, c
: Latitcrhorn. 2b
1 roll, ss
; Rohannon, p ..
' Fisher, tf ......
Autrey, lb ....
Kranck, ss ....
W. Pelden. rf
, Austin. 31.
I doming, c ....
Two-base hit: Austin. Ttirce-bna hit:
Ilcjmnnon. Stolen banes: Fisher, Austin.
Kit st base on hulls: uff Rohannon, 1. fctruck
out: By Bohannnn, i; bv Kagan, 2. Left
cm bases: Denver, 4; Omaha. 3. Douiilo
J lay : ltohannon to Doll to White. Time:
;0j. . I'mplre; Brcnnan.
Pt'KBLO HAKKS A GREAT 11 A L LA
, Wins Out a Game In tha r.lahth that
I Waa Lost In First.
I FPEBLO. Cnlo.. July 1. Pueblo won an
Uphill game from Lincoln today by having
- a great rally In the eighth inning wliicu
netted six run. Oqlgano pitched shutout
ball, but J uomblnatlon of infield hits and
' errors nave the visitors five runs In the
I first Inning: Blx of IJncoln's hlta were tn
I field onea. - After the first, Ualgano was
, Invincible. In the eighth Inning Mattlcks'
two-bugger started things. Clark was rc
l tired, hut MaiUtcks scored on Corhan
single. Corhan waa out at second on a
t fielder's choice. Madclox waiked and Smith.
who went In for MIIea. j;ot a hit and when
! Oalgano drew a baaothe bases were full.
. Wasson then retired In favor of Johnson.
! Johnson walked Hogrlever, forcing In a
' run, and Milker's single scored two men.
Johnson then yalked two 'more, forcing In
another run. The score:
AU. R. H. O. A. E.
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IT . , iatu-w-Miisa
Standing of the Tearm
WEST. I.KAOt'E. I AMER. ASSN.
W I Pet W LI'fl
Omaha 3 '."9 Ind finnpolls 4 i
pioux nty...r-s ro .&- i...iivii' ...
17 31 .5 1 Tolo lo 4: :vj .ivt
r. 3-.' oV3 'n!:in bus ...40 .'5 .13.!
27 4J . M Minneapolis .33 3i .45
27 4: 31 .VCwauke 40 .4 9
I ' nvrr . . ..
i Kansas flty.no 44 .j
ipt. Paul 21 TO .:9i
NATL. LEACH' tC. AMEK. LEAOIE.
W I. Pet I W.L.I'ct
Pl'thurg ....4' 21 .-'.". ri. vi unl ... I' 2! .891 i
Ch'cjigo SS :3 Ft. i.nuis 27
New Vork 3! IS .6 4) fnlriipi 56 J.') .'. I
t Incinnatl ...34 31 triro t i .9 . I
1 lillac e plilu 27 0 .474, I'hiladt lr h'a 3.' .".1 , o!
Boston 29 37 .4:, jl'.ott m 3 7 . 4iS
St. Louis 2l4.3lNew York . . . .W 37 . 113
Brooklyn ...23 89 .371; Washington i2 41 ..19
Western League Omaha nt Den-er. Lin
coln at Pueblo, pea Mtn.-s at Sioux Citv.
National League Brooklyn at Boston.
Ph'liidciphla at New Vork. Cincinnati lit
Si. Louts. Chicago st Plttsbut g.
Anient nn League St. Louis at Ch'raito.
Detroit at Cleveland, New York at Welli
ngton, I oaton at- Philadelphia.
American Association! olumbus at To
ledo, Ixiulsvllle et Inc.lanapoils. St. Paul at
Milwaukee, Minneapolis at Kansas City.
Ju.le, If 4 J
K 'X. 1) 5 1
Oatztiler, sa 4 1
Feiilnn, rf 4 0
Davidson, cf 4 1
1 !iomas. lh 4 l
Prltchett, 3b 4 o
Fulllvan. c 4 0(
Wasson, p 2 0'
Johnson, p o
Zmran 1 0
Totals 36 5
It igrlever. 2b 4 8
J pi nee r, If , 5 1
Miller, rf 3 0
Mattlcks. cf 3 1
Chirk, lb 4 0
Corhan, ss 5 0
Middox. 3b 3 1
Mltze, c. 3 0
Smith, c , 1 1
GalKiinn, p 3 1
0 0 0
3 2 4
1 4 0
0 2 0
1 2 0
2 6 2
0 0 2
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
8 24 8
II. O. A.
4 3 4
1 2 0
1 0 0
3 3 0
0 1')" 0
1 2 S
0 1 1
0 6 1
1 0 0
n 3 u
Hatted for Johnson In ninth.
Lincoln 5 0 0 0 0
Pueblo 1 0 0 0 0
Stolen bases: Fox. Pavldson,
Spencer, Miller (2). Two-hase hits: Fox,
Mattlcks. Dnulile p'.avs: Milsse to aiannox;
M'iddox to Hogrlever to Clark; Thamna to
liagnler. Sacrifice hit: Miller. Struck out:
Hy Oalgano, 5; by Wasson. 3; by Johnson,
1. Lase on halls: Off Unlgano. 2; off Was
son, 4; off Johnson. 3. Wild rltch: Wasson.
Time of game: 1:16. Attendance: TOO. Um
At Sioux City Floux Clty-Dca Molnea
game justpomd; rain.
CHEAT It A C 12 l. FOin LEAGUES
I'ennanta Are I ncertnln In
Four t-iiros In eai h the National, Amer
ican and Western leagues and the Atner
ues anu me iii-
chance to win their
IC1111 association have a
respective pt nnunts. The race Is not as I
close In the American association as In
the other three, and yet fovtr teams are
dill cuntenders In that organisation.
It Is doubtful If base ball ever had a
more 'lively Interest by reason of the close
standirgs of teams. This cornea near be
ing tti't Ideal of the game. In the Na
tional league Chicago Is out of first place
for the first time since 1!M, when for a
little time onlv It slipped a CO. In
19..7 It took the hiv.1 and kept It con
tinuously nnd this year It took the lead
at first and has nialntnltiPd It up to the
present only by a terrific fleht. Vlttsburs
goes Into tirst place, hy virtue of the Cubs
having lost two games anil the Pirates
not playing for two davs. Pittsburg is a
great team and is muking the Hunt of Its
life, but the odds are for the Cuba win
ning the pennant. The Cubs have had l!io
worst luck thus far tills season that they
have had for years. Scarcely have they
had their regular lineup nt wcrk for three
days lr. suoccrslon at any time. Their
riitrhlng stuff has been decidedly off-color.
Minor Hi own was not well at the begin
ning of the season, though he has not
lost a game: Jack I'fristcr has Ditched
irrent bull hot been In l.nioh biek : Overall1
bus not rounded to and Ruelhach bus
been Wilder than ever.
New York has been playing desperately
hard to win and Cincinnati Is doing the
best work It has done for several years.
If the Cube win the flag a third time in
succession they must tono ud and play
the game of their lives.
The American league outcome Is perhaps
more uncertain than that of the National.
St. Louis, Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit
and possibly the Athletics are In the race
and It's a hard throw to the winner. It's
one of the most sensational races ever
seen In any league since the grand old
pnmo was Instituted
McAleer says the
team that wins the pennant must beat St.
Louis, and that looks like a pretty gnod
Omaha has the fight of its life, but Is
eoing to make that flpht to win th.
Western leugue flag again Sioux City.
Lincoln nnd Denver must till be reckoned
with and Puebjo and Dos Moines are tough
nms to ciack. OrrHiha has thus far played
seven games In the mountains on this
trin and won three. It has made a hard
fight In everv game, though, sav one.
The team's pitching staff has not been
up to the standard this season and its
outfield up to the time It went to Colo
rado but he'a gone now.
Pa is working faithfully to strengthen
the team and may add another battery,
which will go a long way in that direc
tion. Indianapolis and Louisville are Just now
the leaders In the American association,
with Toledo and Columbus atlll In the
Cotton wood Takes flame.
COZAK. Ne4. July 1 SiH-cial.)-Cntton-wood
and Willow Inland nines played here
yesterday afternoon. Tile game resulted
In a sere of 12 to 4 In favor of Cotton
wood. I'p to the seventh inning the score
stood 2 to 0 In favor of Willow Island.
McCook Defeats Franklin.
M'ClViK, Neb., Julv 1 (Special.! Mc
Conk took the second In the series of th ee
games with th Franklin team this after
noon bv a score of o to 4. ten innings being
required to settle the controversy.
Ranaera Want Game.
i The Rangers would like to schedule a
game for Snndav. They would prefer t.i
jmhv irie niversioes, rtpaueitnKa. Americans
or South Omaha Tigers. The manager may
be found at Webstrr 11 SS.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Thomas C. Rich and wife to l.aura M.
Herd Linger, part lot 11 and part lot
10. block tf. Plalnvl.-w $ 2,6.0
Stors Brewin company to Anna M.
Ande rs. i , lota 1 and block 4. Camp
bell's add 1.0
Susan K. Shurpnack to Rosa Wax
man, lot 2. block L'. Hamilton Square 2,000
William II. Eusterday to Jnaepli C.
S.'iail luck, lots 1, 2 and 3, block in,
Burnhatn place ". 6.250
Van A. Mathews and wife to Philip H
1 lever, lot 6 and part of lot 6. block
T. Kendalls add .' 1
Edwin F. Bialley, sheriff, to J. B.
I'.risbiii. lots 1, 4 und 6, block 37,
J. B. Hrlaoir. and wl'e to Florence
Cunning and Manufacturing com
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Barbara Hoffman to Sam J. Ellas,
lot 7. block 2t'9. Omaha l.SOrt
Mary Dyers to Maria I:. Lewis, lots 1
ana z. H. G. Clarke a add 10
Alva J. tirovcr und wife to John Rei
nichek. lots 4i and 4J. Clark place 4(4
Bedford P. Thieband ar.d wife to F.
W. Ludack. lot (jo, Drexel add 86
Catherine B. Uiwry and husband to
Charles H. liinkhoubc. lot 9. block 11,
lH-er Park J,30u
Alt A. Galea and huiband to Sam
Newman, part lot 6. bl.K-k 4w, Omaha 4,ttX)
Mary R. Wuodard and husband to
Charlea Blonoiuiat. l.vt 4, block 14,
Saundera ac Himebaugh a Highland
Park add loo
EIU. J. Snuttuck to Mary Nelson, lot
7, Anisfield 1,500
Magdeltna Northain and husband to
Kata II. Wehater, lot . bl.n k 3. Clif
ton. Hill 1,10
Mary Swelgard and husband ro F. W. "
Hall, lot 111, Malonny'a add l.Uco
Alfred Hoagland and ife to Nela
Nyairom, part lot 10. Reed a 2d a!d. 83
REDS ARE EASY F0RTI1E CUBS
Fine Base Running of Chicago is
Feature of the Game.
REULBACH DOES GREAT WORK
Cincinnati Finds II I m lint for Tiro
nfe lllis Scores of Other
Game Ployed In Natloaal
CINCINNATI. July l.-Chicngi defeated
Cnclr.natl today 5 to 1, the visitors' fine
base running being a feature. Score:
u.h.o.a.f; b.h.o.a k
Pin. If. (. .. o 2 0 OHucnlni. :b
fonv-sart. If . S 1 4 0 0Kne. cf....
Howm-d. rf .. I 0 1 0 Olilirrt. Sh
I Mm, lb ... I 115 0PkTt. If.
K'.'lnf-ldt, Sh 4 1 1 1 OOanrl, lb..
Kilns c I 0 1 5 tiy.In. c.
Hnfmftn. 2b . I 0 15 iiM'rf, t ...
T:nkr. rs ... 4 t 1 3 OMltrhell. rf.
Itrulliarh. p.. I 1 0 5 OHtiUivUt. u
4 0 S 0 0
t o I i
4 0 110
4 0 4 e 0
J 1 in 0
I I 0 J
,10 10 0
J 1 I 1 0
.1 0 0 4 0
Toula 30 I II 0
Totals .: 1 V I
Clwlnnatl i 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Chicago 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0-5
Twn-hasc hits: Ganzel, Tinker. Ivllng.
Fheckard. Three-base hit: Keulo.ich. S ie.
riflee hits: Sheckard. Mofman. Stolen bases:
Tinker (2), Slagle, Sheckard. I low ai d.
Chance. Rases on balls: Off Coakley, 4;
off Keulbach, 2. Struck out: By Coakley,
2: by Reulljach, 3. Time: 1:31. I'mplres;
Rudderham and Emslle.
Dodarera Shot Ont Glanta.
BROOKLYN. Julv L The homo team
shut out New York today. 4 to 0. McOinnitv
was hit ten Lines In sercn Innings, the
first hit being a home run by Maloney.
plrch also made the circuit of the bases
on his hit. Rucker pitched a fine gain'.1
and his support waa faultless. Score:
FIROOKLTN. NEW YORK.
B.H.O.A E. B.H.O.A.E.
Ilurrh. If i 2 0 0 OTenntv. lb... 8 0 11 1 1
Maloney, cf . . 3 1
Hummel, 2b.. 4 t
Lumley. rf... I !
Jordan, lb ... 4 0
Bhrehari. 3b . 4 I
Lewla, aa S 0
Hcrs-en, c I I
Kuiaer, p.... 4 2
i 0 OlJovte, 2b 4 0 O 4 0
4 Brcn.hn, c. I 1 I 0 0
0 0 ODnnlln. rf 4 1 2 0 0
7 1 OSermour, cf . 4 0 I 0 0
1 0 OlVvlln. Sb.... 2 0 12 0
t i Oslliinnnn, If.. J 1 1 0 0
t 1 OHrtdwoll. H.. I 1 I I
0 2 C M. Cinnay, p. 1 0 0 t 0
N.. Ihim ... I 0 0 0 0
Total 13 12 27 11 OMalarkcv, p..O 0 0 0 4
Totala ii 4 24 II 1
Batted for McGlnnlty In the eighth.
New York 000 0 0000 00
Brooklyn y 10010020 4
Three base hit: Hummel. Home runs:
Maloney, Burch. Hits: Off McGlnnlty, It)
In seven Innings. Sacrifice hits: Maloney,
Bergen. Stolen bases: Donlln, Hummel.
Double plays: Tennoy, nnd LVvlin; Lewis,
Hummel nnd Jordan; Jordan and Lewis,
l-eft on bases: New York. 6; Brooklyn. 9.
Bases on balls: Off Rucker. 5; off McGln
nlty. 2. Struck out: By Rucker. S; by Mc
Glnnlty, K; by Malurkey, 1. Time: 1:55. Um
Dnaton Wins Uotn Games.
BOSTON, July 1. Boston won both games
of a double header from Philadelphia to
day, 6 to L and 14 to 5. Score:, first game:
Beaumont, cf. 4 2 1 0 OGrant. Ib I 1 1 I 0
irow rf , 0 , 0 0Knbe, 2b.... 4 .211
Mrtinn; ,b -4 , u j ,,T,uii r( 4 1 0 J 0
..2110 M.ne. If I 1 1 0 0
Ixihlfn, aa .1 I S 2 0 Hranafleld. lb I 112 0 0
Swu'icy. aa.. 110 1 l inborn, of... 4 10 0 0
Haonlfan. Sb. 4 0 1 OKcnlal, IS....S 0 2 4 0
Bldhsy. 2b... 1 1 I' OPoolo. c I 0 4 11
Smith. .....-. 4 I 1.1 O'.Mrt ormlck .1 0 0 0 0
Dorner, p 10 11 OCorrldon, p... 10 18 0
Totals, 31 14 27 17 0 Toula 3D t 34 20 2
'Batted for Doolln In ninth.
Boston A 01102101 -6
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1' 0 0 0 0 01
Two base hit: Hannlfan. Sacrifice hits:
Bransfleld. Doolin, Browne, Rltchey. Dor
ner. Stolon bases: Grant, Pnhlcn. Double
play: Doolin, Bransfleld. Left on bases:
Boston. 6: Philadelphia, 9. Bases on balls:
Off Corrldon, 4: off Dorner. S. Hit hy
pitched bull: By Dorner. Corrldon. Struck
out: By Corrldon, 2: by Dorner, 1. Passed
ball f-Doolin: Time: I K. Umpire Rlgler.
Score, second game:
B.H.O.A.E. U.H.O.A B.
Beaumont, cf I 0 0 1 OCrant. Ib b 2 2 0
Browne, rf...4 110 OKnabe. 2b t 114 0
Mr;n. lb.. I 0 II 1 ITItua. rf 3 10 0 0
hatra. If I I 3 0 OMaaeo. If.... 3 110 0
I'nhlcn, aa. .. 4 tit OBranaflaia. lb I 1 9 0 0
Hannlfan. 3b. 2 0 2 3 OOaborne. cf...4 1 5 0 1
Kltrhey, 2b ... 3 112 0 lluelln. SH....4 2 2 11
Graham, C....4 1 4 2 0 Jarklltarh, c. I 0 4 1 0
Lllidnmin, p. 2 1 0 3 0 McQuillan, p. 3 1 0 0 0
Moren, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 30 I 27 17 l' ourtncv ...1 10 0 0
; Rlt.hlc. p.... 0 0 1 0
Jltt'ormiik -.1 0 0 0 0
Totala 15 11 24 1
Batted for Moren In seventh.
Batted for Ritchie In ninth.
Roston 00002660 14
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 05
Two base hits: IJndnman, Dahlen. Home
run: Tltua. Hits: Off McQuillan. 6 In five
and two-thirda Innings; off Morn 1 In one
third Inning; off Ritchie, 1 In two InnitiK.i.
Sacrifice lilts: Jacklitsch, Graham 3I.
Stolen base: Grant. Left on buses: Phila
delphia, ti; Boston. 6. Bases on balls: Off
Lndaman, 2; off McQuillan, 3; off Moren, 1;
off Ritchie, 6. Bases on errors: Boston, 1;
Philadelphia. 1. Hit by pitched ball: Mc
Quillan, McOann. Struck out: By McQuil
lan. 3; by Llndamun, J; by Moren. 1.
Passed ball: Jacklistch. 2. Wild pitch:
Ritchie. Time: Sa'o. I'mplre: Rlgler.
GAMES IX AMERICAX ASSOCIATIOX
l.onlavllle Falls to Hit Durham and
la Shot Ont.
INDIANAPOLIS. July 1 Indianapolis
ahut fiul Louisville todav- 2 to 0. Durham
was a puzxle for the visitors. Score:
INDIANAPOLIS.' LOf ISVILLE.
Mush, aa 1 0 2 1 Osianlrr, cf...4 2 0 0 0
Took, tf 3 1 2 0 0 Woodruff, If.. 3 0 3 0 1
Havden, rt...4 0 2 0 0 Perrln. 2b... t 0(30
(arr. lb 4 2 14 1 OStovall. rf .4 1 1 0 0
Coulter. If ... 4 8 10 OSulllvan. lb.. 4 0 10 0 0
I.lTln,t,m. C. i 1 7 2 0 Hurk. lb.... 4 2 110
Wilhama. 2b. 0 0 2 0 OyuinUn. as... 4 0 110
Hopke. Sh ... 1 0 0 2 Ollughra, c 2 0 3 4 0
Duiham. p... 3 1 0 1 0 Pool, p 3 10 2 0
Totala ti t 27 11 0 Tolata 81 24 14 t
Indlanupolis 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4)
Struck out: By Durham, 6; by Poole, 2.
Sacrifice hlta: Cook, Williams, Hopke (J).
Bases on balls: Off Durham. 3; off Poole,
3- Doublt play: Qulnlan, Perrlne to Sulll
van. Stolen bases: Perrlne, Burke. Wil
liams Time: 1:40. Umpires: Owens and
Millers (lulvlar Butchers.
KANSAS CITY. July 1 IJumb fcaaa
running and lack uf ability to hit with
nun on bases lost today's game for Kan
sas City. A drizzling rain continued
throughout the game. Score:
MINNEAPOLIS. KANSAS CITY.
B.H.O.A E. B.H.O.A.E.
v Neil, cf...
Bio. k. c
Uuillln. 3b ...
O'Hrlfn. 2b .
t 3 3 3 2 N-lshboia, If. 4 2 3 0 1
4 1 1
0 OCrow. sa I 1 1 1 1
1 OHcklry. lb.. 3 U 13 0 0
4 OBraahrar, 2b.. 4 '114 0
3 Ocarllale, cf... 3 1 1 ! 0
3 0 1
1 Hallman, cf.. 1 0 I
0 0 Pnwnir. 3b... 4 1 4 1 I I
4' 1 1
( larko. lb ... 4 0 1
0 C fulllvan. ... 4 2 3 2 ft
1 0 Carter, p S 0 0 7.
Flout, f 4 3 1
- Tulalt 34 10 37 II I Totala 21 lilll 4
Minneapolis 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3
KaiiMas City 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Earned runs: Minneapolis, 2. Two-has
hit: Cross. Base or. balls: Off Carter.
2; off Flene. 2. Struck oat: By Carter,
1; by Flene. 2. Stolen bases: Nelgnbors,
8ui:ivan. Sacrifice hits: Cross, VVelduy,
QUlllln. Wild pitches: Flene, 2. Base
on errors: Kansas City, 2; Minneapolis.
2. Hit by pitched ball: .- Carlisle. "Time:
1.4 3. Umpire: Blerhalter.
Saints Win from Brcwtn
MILWAUKEE. July 1 Iroy was In
vincible In every inning but the fourth,
when the home club aetured Its two runs.
ST. PA PL. VILWAIKEK.
H.H O.A.E. B.H.O.A E.
r.eler. If ) 1 0 Randall, rf ... 6 1 3 u 4
Flood, to 4 0 I 4 0 Koblnaoa, a i 0 4 2 0
Meyers. ct...l 0 4 0 Hoih. e 4 1 4 i I
1.ti. rf 4 1 1 t Finn, rf 4 0 0 a
Laufhlla, c . 3 4 1 0( Ur, 8b 3 10 10
Whwler. lb . 4 0 10 0 1 M'C'bmney. If 3 1 1 0 0
Nm. aa ..3 1 2 1 1 MeC'orm'k. 2b 3 1 2 1 1
Tlemyar. lb.. 2 0 8 1 1 brown, lb 4 1 11 4 0
Laroy, p I 1 8 0 vnae, p 3 a 0 i 1
Kuuua I 0 0 0
Toula 31 4 2IU1
Totals U I V 15 1
Batted for Manske In the ninth. ,
St Paul 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 01
Milwaukee 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 i
Two-hase hit: Randall. Sacrifice hits:
Lauglln. Tlemyer. Stolen base: Rob
inson. Clark, McCheiiney, Davis, Nee. Left
on bases' Milwaukee, k; St. Paul. 4.
Base on balls: Off Manake. 2; off Lerov.
3. Hit by pitched hall: McCheaney.
Nee. Struck out: By Manake. 6; by Le
roy, 6 Time: 148 I'mplre: Kane.
Coluuibaa Saute Oat Toledo.
TOLEDO. Julv 1. Columbus won today's
anm by hlttlrg Futthoff nnd West ron-
siatntty. Goodwin hld the Toledo club
to two hits. Scorv.
ron Mnt s Tou-rxi '
B.H.0 A R D It. O A F.
Krll. 3h .... 3 2 ' IPirhrsn. H 4 4 I I
( dwrll. rf 0 4 0 HiacSir.an. lb I 0 t I I
KrM5r. If 0 1 0 0 Ar;iih l r. rl I ) I I I
I critlton. rl I I ) fJJirn.v. cf I 4 0
' Jm. e 4 1 1 P AbSott. lb.... 4 2 6 1 0
R1.). ft IKS Vl.in1. c ..... 4 0110
K hm. Ib ... S 1 14 o tKl'rt. ?b .... 2 0 2 1 1
TVrir. 2b . 5 0 P M I'a-thr, If. 2 0 1 0 I
r;v.urin. p...f, 4 0 ! 0 suttli'iff, p...2 0 0 10
Weit, 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 44 14 27 14 t
Totala 11111 I
Columbus 0 3 12 0 t 0 0 613
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0
l.e!t on bnats: Toledo, tij Columbus, 7
Two-twee hits: Goodwin tTI, Frlel. Double
play: W rlpley to Icjtdy to Klhin. I'.ajea
on liall.i: D't Goodwin, 4: off Sutthotf. 3.
Stolen baac: odwell. struck out: Hy
hutinoff. 3; by West, 2. Hits: Off Sutt
lioli, b In six innll.gs: off West, 6 In three
inuitits. Tltc.u: 1.1 . I niplit: Kerln.
tLOTHIEIl AM) HLlilt AHF. OUT
Defeat of Tennis Cracks Surprise of
Middle States Tourney.
MOUNTAIN STATION. N. J., July L
The defeats of W. J. Cloliiier, 1'iulaaeiphiu,
and Karl iL Itchr. botn former Interna
tionalists, ovcrsnadowtd nil else today In
the continuation of the middle states cham
pionship on the tutf courts of the Orange
Luwn Tennis club here. E. V. Larned,
younger bruther of the national champion,
defeated Clothier In the first round, t 2,
S ti. Ciothicr was the victim of his op
ponent's passing shots and could not cover
court nor get up to the net effectively.
I'.ehr was defeated in the second round by
Lev. IL J. Keimjl!, n former Princetonlun
and holder of the Pennsylvania slate
doubles title with Walluee Johnson.
Pehr was erratic nnd could not get his
balance, losing against Ills opponent a
Steadiness at 06, 2. 62.
U. 1). Little lost a set to L. M. Burt,
the match being scored 26, 62. 60.
John Necly, Cincinnati, defeated Frank
Kldde. 61, 63.
Wallace Johnson, the rhlladclphlan, de
feated G. W. Blood. 61. 6-0.
In the doubles the best matches were
those In which W. A. Lnrncd and O. L.
Wrenn, Jr., defeated P. B. Hawk and R.
L. James, L'nlverslty of Pennsylvania, 64,
I. C. Wright and Harrv Torrance. Jr.,
defeated 11. Kawasaki aiid J. W. Blood
Race Meet at Tecnmseh.
TBCl'MSEH. Neb.. July 1. (Special. 1
Everything is In readiness for the race meet
here July 2, 3 and 4. under the direction or
the Nebraska Sliced association. There are
a number of good events and" each la filled.
The puraea amount to ID. CM). I p to this
time there are about ninety horses, In
cluding harness horses and runners. Ira the
city to participate in the races. The track
Is In good condition and fast time la ex
pected. The events aa they will occur fol
low: Thursday, July 2, 2:35 trot, purse 3300 ; 2:22
pace, purse fcuo; half-mile running, purse
Friday, 2:17 pace, purse J300; 2:19 trot, purse
i",iN; five-eighths mile runnlrvg. purse $100.
Saturday, 2:30 pace, purse iw; 2:24 trot,
purse $300; 3-yenr-old trot, purse $300; three
fourths mile running, purse $100.
Keynolda Deleata I'aher.
The first game of the series of throe
games of 6ni points for the Monarch gold
medal, between Reynolds and Usher, was
won by the former, ISO to 132. This gives
Reynolds a lead of eighteen points which
Usher has to overcome. The game was a
Food one throughout and very Interesting
at the finish. Reynolds made the highest
run of twenty-five balls. Thursday evening
they will play the second game of lio
points. Score of game:
Itevnolds 0. 4. 0. 14. 0. 0. 12. 7. 2. 4. IS. 11,
6. IS, 6, 2, 17, 3. 3, 1. 4, 0, 0, 2, 14, 1-155. Total
l'sher-12. 6. 3. 1, 10. 9, 9. 0, 6. 1. 18. 0, 8,
6, 0, 3, 6. 11, 9. 0. 0. 1. 14. 0, 6-137. Total 132
Red Held to Hold Shoot.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D., July 1. (Special.)
The marksmen of the north central pop
tlon of thu atate are taking considerable
Interest In a ahooting tournament, which
Is to be held on the . Fourth of July on the
grounds of the Rodfirld Gun club at Red
field. The shooting tournament will bo
held under Ihe auspfceg of the club. Some
of the bent marksrufO'ln that part of tha
state will be present and some fine records
are expected to be made. Teams from
Aberdeen. Huron, Frankfort. Athol and
other planes have notified the club they
will he present to compete for the $300 In
purses which the club has offered for the
winners of the various events.
Aqnatio Feata for Fourth.
Canoe races, swimmirig races and sailing
races are part of the program of the
Omaha Rod and Gun club for Saturday
afternoon and evening at the formal open
ing of the club for the aummer. The ens
tertalnment committee has promised a
splendid program of evening, which will
Include all sorts of water sports as well
as a concert by the orchestra and a hop.
The management of the Omaha & Council
Bluffs Street Railway company will have
the new line to the club house completed
In time for the openlrjg.
More Interest In Regatta.
HENLEY, July L This -was the second
day of the Henley regatta. The crowd
present was somewhat larger thar. yester
day, but still far below the usual. The
racing today Included heata for the diamond
acuMs and contests between four oared
crows. In the afternoon Eton again was
victorious In the second round for the
grand chnllenge cup, defeating Calus col
lege, Cambridge, by three-quarters of a
Golf Players Go to Dea Moines.
MARSHALL-TOWN, la.. July 1. -(Special.)
A email team of golf players from the
Marshalltown Country club will go to Dca
Molnea early Wednesday morning to meet
a team from the Dea Molnea Golf and Coun
try club In a thirty-six hole match. Eight
een holes will be played In hoth the morn
ing and afternoon. The chief reason for
the trip being made Is to get acquainted
with the courae, over which, the atati
tournament is to be played In August.
Fairs After Championship.
BRIGHTON, England, July 1. Cecil
Fairs, former professional tennis court
champion of the world.' today won the sec
ond portion In a series of games for $1,000
a side and the world s professional rham
plonshlp. He won the first of the series
on Moi.day. His score today was 3-1. The
match is tor the beat out of thirteen sets
The. finalB will be played July 4.
Gotrh-Roller Match Tonight.
SEATTLE, Wash.. July 1. World's cham
pion Frank Gulch of Humboldt, la., and
Dr. B. F. Roller of Seattle will meet, for
tne world's cateh-as-cateh-ean wrestling
championship at the coliseum tonight.
Roller has a slight advantage In height,
but is two years older than the champion.
The two met once before. Gotrh was to
throw Roller twice In an hour. He failed
to throw htm even once.
The total receipts will be close to $15.f).
There has l-en little betting and the odds
have been t-hght!y In favor of the cham
pion. Omaha Wrestler Loses.
WOODBINE, la.. July 1 (Special.) In
the wrestling match between Ray Crewd
S'm ar.d Billy Light of Omaha, Crewdson
threw Light two out of three.
Two games with Des Moines In Omaha
That's a dengerous country anyway, that
My. but those grizzlies have been awful
mean to our boys
How would you like to have the gate
money In Pittsburg about uow?
And the Cuba are out of flrat place for
once. They won't stay put, though.
When a team lets Corbett hold It down
to four hits somebody s shagging at tha
Perrlng has been playing a great game
at third fur Cleveland but hitting not at
Your old friend Liebhardt held the
Browns to three lilts and Store got one
Isbell has played Just one game since his
return from Wichita in wtitcb f' did not
get a hit.
Never mind, our dear boys will not have
to stay out there In those nasty old raour
taia but a day more.
Doea the failure of the Highlanders to
get a hit off old Cy Young Tuesday aignlfy
anything relative to the managerial abilities
of Mr. Kid F.lberfleld?
Autrey brought In Omaha's only runs
Tuesday with a homer when King waa on
base. And they say it was a- beauty.
At the age of 41 Cyrus Young Is able to
ntleli a no-hlt. no-run same lajcimt tha
I BlUEglng lilgularvders. hicu la Pit-llv lair
I fur au old luau.
DETROIT DEFEATS CHICAGO
Killian ii Wild, but Does Effective
V7ork in Pinchei.
WHITE SOX VAKEJTHREE HITS
T I iters Field Poorly, bat Their Fire
Errors' Are Not Costly Other
Scorn In the American
CHICAGO. July l.-Klllian was wild, but
highly effective In pinches, today and De
troit defeated Chicago, 3 to 1. Score:
B.H.O.A E. B.H.O.A r.
V'lntvr. If . 4 1 2 0 0 Dougherty. It 2 0 1 0 0
lchafer, 2b . 4 1 1 1 2An 1 0 0 0 0
Crawford, rf. 4 I I 0 0 Hahn. If 1 110 0
'"'o. rf 4 10 0 OJoncn, cf....4 0 I 0
rtoraman. lh. 4 0 11 2 Olabell. 2b 3 0 4 4 0
rnnghlln. lb. 4 0 0 2 1 Anderson, rf. 3 0 1 t 0
Schmidt. c .. 4 0 4 S 1 Ponoliuo, lb.. 3 1 16 0 0
H ilary, n.,. 4 3 4 2 0 Part., m t 0 14 1
Kllllan, p.... 4 1 1 i lpnrti.ll. 3b... 4 0 0 4 0
Sullivan, c... 4 10 0 0
Totalt 21 21 13 SAItrock. p.... 0 0 4
Titala : 3 27 It 1
Batted for Dougherty In fifth.
Chicago o 0 o 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
ltroit 1 1 o 0 1 0 0 0 0-3
Left on bases: Chicago. 7; Detroit. 6.
Two bne hits: Crawford (3), O'ljrarv, Kil
Sacrifice hit: Davis. Dmihlc 'plays.
Rosinian. O Leary and Rossman; Altrock.
evi ana oononue. struck out: Hv Kill
Ian. 4. Bases pn balls: Off Kllllan. 4.
Wild pitch: Altrock. Hit bv pitched ball:
Davis. Time: 1:40. Umpires: Sheridan und
Boston Defeata New York.
NEW YORK, July L Boston mnde It
three out of four, winning the series, bv de
feating New York, 4 to H, todav. Unclaub's
batting helped the visitors to victory. The
home players failed to make timely lills.
BOSTON. NEW TrttlK.
Thnny. If. ..I o 1 0 INIIfa. Ib I 12 7 0
Sullivan, cf . 2 0 S 0 0Kc.lr. If.... 5 12 0 0
MTonnell. 2b 4 1 3 2 OMorlarltv. lb. 6 1 IS 0 0
ncMi.r, rf ... I 10 0 1 Hemphill, cf. 3 0 3 0 0
4 113 o Ball, aa 4 1 3 1 3
4 3 OSi. hi. It 8 0 2 0 0
Wanner, a..,4 0 4 1 IConrov, 3b... 2 1110
Carrlra,, c... 4 14 8 OKIolnow, C...2 0 18 0
Purrheii, p... 4 0 0 4 1 ( heubm. p .. I 10 0 0
Clcotta. p.... 0 0 0 0 0Elb?rfeld ...I 0 0 0 0
Totals II 7 87 It I Totala 34 7 37 II I
Batted for Chcsbro In ninth.
Boston 01001200 04
New York 011000 V0 03
Two Hase hit: Vnglaub. Hits: Off Bur
chell, 7 In two and one-third Innings. Sac
rifice hits: Klelnow. Sullivan. Stolen bases:
Morlarty, Gesslcr, I-aPorte Ift on bases:
Boston, 6; New York, 5. Bnse on errors:
New York, 2; Boston, 2. Hit by pitched ball:
Chesbro, 1. Struck out: By Chcsbro. 1; by
Burchell, 8; by Ctcotte. 1. Wild pitch: Cl
cotte, 1. Time: 1:60. Umpire: O Loughlln.
Napa Bunch Hlta.
ST. IOriS. July 1. Cleveland bunched
four of their hits for four, runs and de
featedt. Louis, 2 to 1. Score:
CLEVELAND. ST. LOt'IS.
J Clarke, If.. 4 1 2 0 0 Stone. If 6 0 1 0 0
Bradley, aa... C 0 2 3 CHartaell. rf . I 1 0 1.0
Htovall. lb...S 0 13 I OWIIIIama, 2b. 1 14 1
Lajole, 2b.... I 18 4 lWallace, aa... 4 3 4(0
N. Clarka, c S 1 0 1 Huffman, cf . I 1 1 0 0
Hlnchman, rf 4 0 2 0 0T. .tone, lb. S 0 14 1 0
eerrln. Sb. . 4 1 0 4 2 Kerrla. 8b....4 114 1
Hlrm'ham, cf. ( 1 I 1 0 Spencer, a.... I 0 i 2 0
Rhoadr. p .. I 1 0 ( 0 Howell, p....( 1110
'Cross 1 0 0 0 0
Totala II 36 II 4 .
Totala 43 34 84 3
'Batted for Hoffman In twelfth.
Cleveland ... 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
St. Louis .... 010 0 0000000 0-1
Two base hit: Williams. Sacrifice hits
P.hoades (2). Williams. Spencer. Stone. N
Clarke Stolen base: J. Clark. Left on bases:
St. Louis. 13; Cleveland, 7. Bases on bulls:
Off Howell. 2; off Rhoades. 4. Hit by
pitched bal: Howell, 1. Struck out: By
Howell. 3: by Rhoades, 4. Time: 2:28. Um
pire : Evans. - ;
Senators Arc Shut Ont.
PHILADELPHIA. July l.-In a long-drawn-out
pitchers' battle here today Phil
adelphia shut out Washington, making It
four straight victories. Score
Hartael. If ... 4 1 2 0 0 Milan, cf 4 0 3 0 0
Nlchola, 2b.. ,4 111 OSrhlt ke. Sb... 3 1 1 1 0
Lavla. lb 3 113 1 lTatea. p 0 0 0 0
Murphy, rf ... 4 10 0 OGatiley. If.... 4 13 0
J. Colllna, 3b. 8 I I 4 0 Pickering, rf. 4 1 10 0
Oldrlna-. cf... 3 1 3 0 0 Street, c 4 0 5 3
v v v v a
n, lb.. 4 0 7 0
, 2b... 2 10 2
e. as.. 2 0 6 1
K Collins, as! 1 0 2 0 Freeman
Powrra. c I 0 I 0 OAltlier,
DvKfrt. B 3 1 1 4 OMrBrlde.
Hushes, P ... I 0 0 4 0
Totala ii 127 14 lclymer, 2b... t 10 0
Tannehlll ..10 0 0
Totala Si' (3411
Batted for Schlpke in eighth.
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
PhllnrlelnhlH. O 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2
Hits: Off Hi'ghes, 8 in seven Innings
Two-base hits: Pickering, Ganiey, K. Col
llns. Murnhv. Three-base hit: Davis. Bic
rlflce hit: McBrlde. Stolen bases: Schlpke
J. Collins. Left on bases: Washington. 9
Philadelphia. 5. Struck out: By Hughes. 5
bv Dvgert. 6. Base on balls: Off Hughes
2; off Cates, 1; off Dygert, 3. Time: 1:10.
Umpires: Lgan and Hurst,
ARMOUR'S DAUGHTER BETTER
Girl Operated On by Dr. I.orenso of
Vienna as Well aa Any
Child of Her Age.
NEW YORK. July 1. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ogden Armour were among the passengers
yesterday of the Kronprlnzessln Cecllle
from Bremen. Mr. Armour said that his
daughter Lollta, who was operated on
several years ago by Dr. Lorenxo of
Vienna, had almost recovered and was
quite as well as any child of her age.
Regarding the financial situation, Mr.
Armour said he had found a disposition
among all European countries t again
buy American canned meats and that
there was but small doubt that the preju
dice existing since the Investigaton has
been almost eradicated.
COTTON BELOW THE AVERAGE
Department of Agriculture Reports It
at 8 1.2.'l on June 25 Ten.
Year Average 81.8.
WASHINGTON, July L The average
condition of the cotton crop In the United
States on June 26 was 81.23 of a normal,
as compared with 79 7 on May H last; 72
on June 25, a year ago"; 83.3 on June 25.
1.. and 81.8 the average of the June con
dition for the past ten years. This was
the announcement made toda;' by the
crop reporting board of the bureau of
statistics of the Department of Agricul
ture, based on reports of the correspondents
and agents of the. bureau.
;eorge II. Daniels.
LAKE PLACID. N. Y.. July 1. George
IL Daniels, formerly general passenger
agent of the New York Central, railroad,
died here today, aged 66 years. He was a
native of Hampshire, 111., and began his
railroad service as a rodman In the en
glneer corps of the Northern Missouri ra It
road. After a varied s-rvice in railroad
work 'he became general passenger agent
of the New York Central railroad In 1889
and remained In that position until 1S05,
m-hen he was made passenger traffic man
ager rf the New Y'ork Central linea. Mr.
Daniels had been 111 with a hardening of
the arteries for some time and this waa
complicated by Indigestion, which made
it Impossible for him to take nourishment.
Montana Kid" Arrested.
GLEN ROCK, Wyo.. July 1. -(Special. )
"Montana Kid" Jordan, who Is charged
with the murder of Ray Parnell, a sheep
herder, near Lusk, was arrested here today
and taken to the county seat at Iiouguts
Jardan did not offer any realatance. He
proteats hla Innocence, but the authorities
I claim to bave slrduar evidvuee. agal&al Mm
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South Tenth Street Paving.
OMAHA, June 29 To the Editor of The
Bee: During the absence of our dis
tinguished mayor, who Is In Denver seek
Ins to further his own Interests by trying
to work up a boom for himself for gov
ernor of the great state of Nebraska, and
alo the absence of our city engineer, who
is only In Omaha spasmodically, Botue per
son or persons, evidently with malicious
Intent, have placed piles of broken stone
In some of tha larger holes In the asphalt
ravement on South Tenth street In the
vicinity cf Browncll Hall, embracing a dis
tance of several blocks.
In view of tha fact that many beautiful
homes are situated In this vicinity, and
furthermore that this street Is a thorough
fare to and from that grerct Institution,
St. Joseph's hospital, cf w filch our city
should be so proud, It seems an outrage
that these stones should lie left In the
street for ambulances and carrluses con
veying the sick and afflicted to and from
the hospital to pass over, much to the dis
comfort and no doubt danger to the health
of the Occupants thereof. Tenth street is
almost dangerous to automoblllsts.
Someone has suggested tha. the rocks
were piled Into some of these; holes In an
effort to repair the street, but no sane man
would dare hold to that Idea after viewing
the premises. Would It not be well for
our mayor and city engineer to give our
city sonic attention. Instead of spending
their time elsewhere? It Is reported that
a number of persons have twisted their
legs and had to seek medical nld, and one
man with a wooden leg broke it while at
tempting to cross the sttect after alighting
from the car. OLD SUBSCRIBER.
OMAHA. June 30. To the Editor of The
Bee: I desire to thank you very heartily
for your editorial, "A Model Report." You
not orly stated the truth therein, but In
such a way as to greatly assist the worthy
work the Young Men's Christian associa
tion Cf this city Is trying to perform. As
president of the association. I assure you
that wo appreciate. It and thank you very
heartily for It. GEORGE F. GILMORE.
Sparrows a Fire Risk.
OMAHA, June 30,-To the Editor of The
Bee: My attention has been called by ope
of our special ager.rs to a report showing
the cause of two recent fires to have been
directly traceable to sparrows' nests, which
have, without doubt, been either the direct
or Indirect cause of 'numerous other flreu.
The report Is as follows:
About two months since a fire was dis
covered In the top of a cupulu of St. An
thonys church, 200 feet above the grounu.
In Evansville, caused from a sparrow's
nest. The Melrose Milling company's ele
vator at Fort Branch was destroyed from
this same cause, which goes to show
that there Is a hazard in leaving open ven
tilators In buildings that hus not been
taken Into consideration.
The English sparrows are taklug this
part of tne country, and It would seem
that two fires near one city within so
short a time would make It necessary that
all such openings or ventilators be pro
tected by wire screens. While the church
was saved, scarcely any damago being
done, yet In the case of tho milling com
pany the entire elevator plant with large
warehouse near was utterly consumed.
I believe the suggestion for protecting
openings should be brought to tho atten
tion of the owners of buildings of every
class which may be bo exposed.
A. G. BEESON.
"Simmon Seeds" and "Dixie.
MARION S C. June 27. To the Editor
. . . ... , i. .a c
oi i ne jjee: & noie in wie luiuuiuia c-j. v-.
State an extract from your paper on tho
subject of changing the words of tho popu
lar southern song. "Dixie." Tn that article
you are quoted as saying, "It won't do.
'Dixie Is the land of cotton, 'cinnamon
seeds and sandy bottom.'." You are In error
In the use of the words "cinnamon seeds."
The correct words are" " slinmon seeds,"
meaning "persimmon seeds," " 'tlmmoin''
being the negro expression for that fruit.
The southern darky Is alleged to be par
ticularly fond of " 'possum and taterj."
"watermllllons," and " 'slmmon beer," the
last being a weak but pelasant drink made
from persimmons after early frosts have
fallen on these' fruits and sweetened and
ripened them. The author of "Dixie" cer
tainly had "'Simmons" In t.ls mind In
composing his famous song, for down here
we know nothing of "cinnamon seeds." No
cinnamon, so far as the writer's informa
tion goes, la raised or grown In the south
ern states, nor arc " 'slmmon seeds" ever
called "cinnamon seeds "
The darkey is specially attached to the
" 'slmmon" for other reasons than that it
Is a very edible and pleasant liult und
suitcjle for making a pleasant but non-
Intoxicating drink. He l. attached to It be
cause In the fall of the year the " Vliiinuii
Is the favorite fool of the darkeys favorite
meat, tho festive and succulent " posuni."
At no tlm Is the " 'possum' so good 0.3
when the " "slmmon" crop Is full and ripe.
I am led to make the above correction
because I have In other papers than your
own Been the same mistake made. Let ui
keep the record straight and not try to
supplant the well known " 'slmmon"' with
the unknown "cinnamon." Very truly,
' F. B. HAM ER.
The Longest Continuous Double Traclcl
Hallway in tne vt orld
under one management Is the Grand Trunk
Railway System from Chicago to Montreal
and to Niagara Falls. The Grand Trunk-
Lehigh Valley double track route via
Niagara Falls reaches from Chicago to
Descriptive literature, time tables, etc.,
will be mailed free on application to Geo.
W. Vaux. A. G. P. & T. A., Grand Trunk
Railway System, 135 Adums St., Chicago,
When bad blool is caused from an infection of the circulation by the virus o
Contagious Blood Poison, it usually allows in the form of ulcerated mouth ami throat
Copper-colored splotches on the body, swollen glands in the groin, falling hair, sore
and ulcers, etc. These general symptoms, affecting all parts of the body, show hot
deeply poisoned the blood becomes, and empha-sis the tlangerons character of th
trouble. If allowed to remain in the system the disease will finally wreck the healtl
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EVENTS UN RUNNING TRACK
Firestone Wins Spendthrift Stakes a
DIHECT TAKES TROPHY STAKJ
nuns-Leah Entry Win Frnture It sc
at Latonla From 4r)all
Maid In a lrlvln
SIIEEPSHEAD BAY. N. Y., July 1
The Spcndrifl stakes, the feature of tie
card at Sheepshead Bay today, resulted ll
an easy victory for Thomas 11. Williams
Fire Stone, scoring his first victory in tin
cast this year. Spooner dashed Into a l'l
lead soon after the start, followed by I'll
Stone and Earl G. Spooner continued !
show the way, leading by three lengths I.
the middle of the up)cr turn, when Kin
Stone moved up and took command In tli
stretch and won by two lengths. Mastti
Robert, last nearly all the way, close
with a rush In the stretch, coming frof
last to second place. Spooner was tlrln
very fast und Just managed to last for thlf
First race, the Klamesha. for mares. S
year-olds anil upward, selling, six und one
half fut longs, main course: Queen Mar
kguoriie (m;, McCarthy. 7 to D won, Cres
Mlua (114. K. Dugun, 3 to second, liult.l
tor thai, Musgiave. 30 to 1) third. Time
l:2)Mk,. Tipping. Explosion. Coincident
Aimce C. Miss Norfolk. Biskra. Black
Mary, Dial Piulo and Wild Refrain ulsi
Second race, the Hvlas handicap, steeple
chase, about two miles: St. Kevin (US
Dupeo, 8 to 6) won, Malacca (142, (lender
son, even) second, Paprika (1.15. Steele, l:
io ll nurd, rime: 4:W. Bebador, MedHie
some Boy and Welrdsomo also ran. Tain
Third race, the Alcedo, for 2-year-olds
selling, five furlongs, futurity course: Pre
ri ptor (loti, Notter, 2 to 1) won. Fore (W
Phreve, 4 to 1) second. Sea Cliff (lcK, E
Dugan, 3 to 1) third. Time: ;WV Shor
Cut. Uncle Jim, Traveller, Leak Out
Beauty Bright, Grania. St. Abe, Merlx
Wrtmoitth and 1. acuta also ran.
Fourth race, the Spendtlft handicap, foi
S-yenr-olds, one mile and an eighth: Fin
Stone (In. Miller, 6 to 1) won, Maste
Robert (110, Garner, 8 to 51 second. Spoone
(W3, Upton, 15 to ll third. Time: l:W, .
Royal Tourist, Falcada, Earl G. and Gowat
Fifth race, the Swlftman, for 3-year-nldi
and upward, selling, one mile and a quar
ter. turf course: Grapple (lli Gainer,
to 5) won, Brother Jonathan (M. Sweet, i
to 1) second, Beiiucleie (US, Shri ve, 7 to 2
third. Time: 2:ir. Plus and Needles, Re
Friar, Crack Shot and Winning Star alst
Sixth race, the War Engle, for malde?
2-yenr-olds, five and one-half furlongs
futurity course: Helen Harvey (112. Gar
nor. 15 to I) won. The Pippin (112, Notter
6 to 2) second. Moorish King Ulfi. J. Lee
10 to 1) third. Time: 1:07V Bamhory
Dnndv Dixon, Joe Lett. Summer Night
Clef, The Vicar. Petticoat, Killereen, Ros
Irum, Howth. Great Kills. Tod. Mugwump
Testator, Corona Belle and Fredonla ulsi
Direct Wins Trophy take-.
CINCINNATI. O.. July 1. Direct couplet
In the betting with Warfleld as the Younar
Lcsh entry, won the Cincinnati troph:
stake at Latonla today. The race wa
for 2-ycar-olds at five and a half furlongs
Direct, cleverly ridden by Koerner, cap
tured the event In a hard drive by a nosy
from CrysLiI Maid, with Dick Roller thinf
The value of the stnke to the winner wai
$3,4CiO, and In addition tho winner receive!
n silver cup donated by Hon. Jullu.
Flelschmann. Semper Ycra, a rank out
sider In the kettintr, won the third even
In a drive from Hollow, the favorite, wltl
Caltha third. Track fast. Summary:
First race, five furlongs: Hosehitrc I
(Hi. gklrvln. Iii-MT. straight! won, Robh
Grey (110, Troxler, $15.Hf place) second
LlKlit Blue (iio. Martin. $S.6o show) third
Time: l:01fc. Dispute, Jolly. Camel. Oeorg "
('. Dillon, Grnen Bridge, Harry Perclvnl
Stowaway. Ferrenial, Ort, Azo and Jo
Gaitena also ran.
Second race, six furlongs: yRangher (lo
Butler. $2ori strnlglit) won. Mirth (lie
Warren, $lu.l0 place) second, Pirate Dian:
4 ! T. plckens, $u.2) show) third. Tlmo
l:15fc. Katherlne Stephenson, Ogbent, Mis
Promise, Europe, Triangle, Danzette, Orl
i "'al Queen, Queen's Daughter, Tls M
I Nell Oll'i nnd Odulln also inn.
Third race, six furlongs: Semper Ver.
f2, McGee, $2ui for $2 straight) won, Hollov,
(15. Pickens, $75 place) second. Cnltha ('
Frazler. JS.10 show) third. Time: DIP!;
No $ muttials sold on Semper Ven
straight. Viola Guild, Blaze O'l.iglil
Wastl, Tigress Lllley, Harriett Wright
Hester Zora. lidv Hashurg, Erlcson, Ca
inllle IL, Anna Reynolds and Top Loft
Fourth race, tho Cincinnati trophy, fo
2-year-olds, five and a half furlongs: Dl
rect (H4. Koerner, $16.10 straight) woi.
Crystal Maid (121. Heldel. $18.75 place) sec
ond. Dick Roller (ION. Martin. $12 show
third. Time: 1:074. Woolwlnder, Floreji
Variation. Cowdln. McAndrews. Warfleli.
W. A. lach. Irrigator, Michael Angelc
und Ben Howe also ran. Direct and U'ur
field coupled In the betting as Young i
Fifth taee, handicap, one mile: Czar fid
Ross, $361 straight) won, Moquetta 1 p.;
Powers, $x.2() place) second, Plnkola (M
Minder. tf.ilS show) third. Time: 1,3. j
Quagga and Miss Strorue also ran. '
Sixth race, six furlongs: Joe Moser (l.i
Martin. $s.4S straight) won, Al Muller (14
Editilston, $2.a0 place) second, Honest (1"!
Franklin, $17.70 show) tilled Tide: l:L!j
Mcrrici, Gold Proof, Frontcnnc, Geneva i
and rjKyo also ran.
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NEBRASKA GETS BETTER DAIU
Governor Sheldon "ays Flnancai
Crops and Politics Ins
"Finances, crops and politics In Nebrask
ore all looking fine, better und better a
the days go by," said Governor Sheldor
who ppent last night in the city, coming u
from Lincoln In the evening and returnln
to the capital city this morning.
"If there was any dissatisfaction over th
result of the Chicago convention, and ther
is always some, as it Is impossible to pleas
everyone. It certainly Is fast disappearln
and I find but little," said the governoi
"I have been out over the state some tr
past two weeks, and everywhere I go
find confidence In the republican purl
and Its principles and candidates, und ther
Is not a question In my mind but that ou
majority this fall will be the ueual larg
one. If not latger than some."
The governor came to Omaha on a bus1
o BAD BLOOE
NO PAY TILL CURED!
actal Olaeaaos cured without tha hall.
v DR. TARRY, 224 Mfcis.m.h; Na.
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