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    THE OMAHA DAILY T.ER: THURSDAY. .TULY P. 190S.
Omaha Takes Second Game from the Sioux; Cubs Again in First Place in the National League
OMAHA FROM SIOUX
lUgan it Effective, but Walks Nine
During the Game.
IS GIVEN ERRORLESS SUPPORT
Ml( of Easy Pnpa Fly hy Anrts-ea
la the Eighth Inntna Give th
Champions th Winning
Ran.
SIOUX CITT, July . Onruh took today's
Itrn by ecnr of i to 1, winning; In tho
tenth lnnlnrt when Andreas dropped an
easy popup In the Infield. Bcor:
BIOUX CITY.
a d. n. h. o. a. n
Campbell. If 6 0 100
Holmes, of -3b 4 0 0 0 1 0
McKay, rf-cf 3 1 0 J 0 0
"Weed, lb 2 0 1 I 1
Andreas, 2b 2 0 I 1 1
Welch. 3b 10 0 10 0
Oranvllle, 3 0 0 1 1 0
Henry, e 4 0 1 12 2 1
Freeman, p 3 0 0 1 2 0
Starr, rf 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total .
.2
t 2
OMAHA.
A I). 11. K. O. A. E.
Fisher. lf.... 4 1110 0
Kin. 2b 8 0 1 3 2 6
Autrey. lb 8 0 0 S 0 0
Welch, rf 8 0 0 8 0 0
Austin, 8b 4 1 2 0 2 0
Franck, aa 3 0 12J0
Belden. rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
flooding, o 8 0 1 0
Ragan, p 3 0 0 0 4 u
Totalis' 30 "i " 27 11 0
Auatln out on bunt atrik.
Omaha 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1
Blou City I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-baa hits: Campbell, Andreas. Three,
baa hit: Austin. Sacrifice hits: Freeman,
Andreas. Stolen bases: Fisher, Holmea.
iMul'lt plays: Freeman, Andreaa to Weed;
OranTllla, Andreaa to Weed; Pagan. Franck
to Autrey. Base, on balla: Off Freeman,
4; off Ragan, . Rtruok out: By Freeman,
IS; by Ragan, 7. Wild pltchea: Frman. 1;
Kagan, 1. Tim: 1:85. Umpire: Davla.
Attendance: 2.0WV.
WALDROX'l MUFF COSTS OA MR
Will Two Dwa la th Ninth He
Drop. a High On.
PUEBLO, Colo.. July 8. After Donver
had tied th score In the nlntn Inning, with
two out and two men on bnaea, Mitre hit
a long fly to center field. Waldron muffed
the ball and Pueblo won by a score of
8 to 1 Nichols kept his hit pretty well
scattered and waa given better support
than Adams. The locals took the lend In
the fourth, singles by Miller and Corhan
and Lauterborn's error netting two runs.
Lauterborn' alngle, an out and Waldron's
Texas leaguer gave Denver one In the
eve-nth and Zalusky's single, a sacrifice
and Adams' drive over third lied the snore
In the ninth. A running one-handed catch
of Lovett'a drive, which looked like a
homer, by Spencer, when the bases were
.full, waa the feature of the game. Score:
DENVER.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Waldron, e 4 0 a 2 n l
Belden. as 4 0 1 4 8 0
f'aaaady, rf 5 0 110 0
I.ovntt, If 2 0 1 8 0 0
Irwin, 8b.. 1 0 0 2 -0
Hohannon, lb 4 01000
Zalu.ky, c 4 1 1.6 o o
Lauterborn. 2b 8 11111
Adams, p 3 0 1 3 3 0
Totals . 82 1 1 'S io 1
PCEBLO.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Hutrrtever, 2b 3 0 0 6 2 0
Pnencer, If 4 0 0 4 0 0
Miller, rf 4 1110 0
Mattlcka. cf 4 118 0 0
Clark, lb 3 1 0 7 0 0
Corhan, ss 4 0 112 0
Maddox, Sb 8 0 2 1 8 1
Mltse c 4 0 0 6 10
Nichols, p... 8 0 10 10
-TottilS 82 8 27 10 "1
Two out when winning run waa made. '
Fenver . 00000010 12
ueblo 0002000, 0 1-4
Stolen bases: Waldron, Mattlcka, Corhan
(2), Maddox (2). Double play: Adama tt
Rohannon. Left on bast a: Denver, l i
Pueblo, 7. Baae given for hitting hatter:
By Adama, 1. Sacrifice hits: Lovett. Ir
win. Lauterborn. Struck out: By Adam
t: by Nlchola. 4. Buses on balla: O.
REAL ESTATE
CITY PROPERTY roil SALB
(Continued.)
. snap!
8-r. modern cottage, with barn, nrar 16th
and Locust, on paved street, 81.7T0.
P. D. WKAD. Wead Blk., lath ami Farnam.
tl; MK6110
FOR SALB OR RENT Tl rick realdcno;
& rooms; extensive grounds; walking
distance; suitable for residence, hospital
or club house. C. 1L Brown, 407 Brown
Bldg. (ISO M34S
HIGH CLASS FLAT
LOCATION
'ADJOINING HIGH SCHOOL
I. CONNER, OWNER,
BOARD OF TRADE BLDG.
(13) M-781
WEST FARNAM STREET
Two elegant modern brick raaldsnces Id
Weat Farnam atreet district, on block
from atreet car; everything In flrt-claa
shape, 84.000 each.
THOMAS BRENNAN.
J71rst Floor Nw York Life Building.
(llr-MOl
NORTH 24TH ST. BARGAIN.
Cast front on 24th St., south of Lake,
with f-r. cottage: If sold at one owner,
who lives In California, says reduce to
.1,800.
r. t. WEAD, Wead Blk,, 18th and Farnam.
(ltl)-M962 10
A NICE HOME
For small family; new; four rooms; closet;
bath; porch; cellar; ground 40x70;. ast
front; two blocks north of Cuming on 2th
Ave. Price 31.600; easy terms. R. A. Mu
X-achron, ownei. City Savings bank.
(1)--S71
LIST your property with Chris Boysr. 224
and Cuming St. u CJ
H3ED ABSTRACT CO.. Esi. ISM. Prompt
wryioa. 0t oar prices. 1710 Fman St
" n-3i
RB7i . J,SJATK TITLE TRUST n(
" C11A8. E. WILLIAMSON. Pres.
(121-434
WHK?f r2i wr1u -vrttrs. kindly
mention Th Be.
REAL ESTATE .
FARM AJID RAIfCIS 8.AND FOR SAL
TRAM PI NO LAKE. Saskatchawan and
Southern Alberta selected lands, U to in
per acre. BettlrS aecur farms on crop
paymunt plan. Agents wanted. Writ
pundy ) Gundy, Dept. B. Union Bank
Bldg.. Winnipeg. (20) MjiS
Cl4ra.
OOOD FARMING LAND Near DnTr.
OrMley district; wells 26 to 40 ft; abut.
dance of moisture; genaral farming. In
cluding corn raising Ton crop pays for
, NATIONAL INVESTMENT. CO..
181 BrandaU lildg. Omaha, Nb.
i-j4
.WANTED - W hav, several tbouaan.l
w . oi um v-oioraao land for sale; a
want goud. liv agants t represent us,
Olob Land and Investment Co , Omaha,
Kah.
(j-ta4
th Dahnta.
. AIrPVery che" ni1 " eaay
r.pm4 i 5 u-r,'r aectlona of unim
R.W . Un1 m E.imunda county. South
KJLLJ'iZ. c"UBy- Addre. H. H.
aMLUri O-nant, bldg? Minn.
Spoil, Mrj tV-UH li
Nlchcls. 4; off Adams. 1. Time ot mnv:
1:6. Attmdanvr: fO . I'mpire: Brennsn.
inuiam sit. is o des moise
Johnson Allow Them O
ly Tte) Mlta,
Oa n Doaht
e.
r Johnson was
Pea M.)lne to
Incoln won tho
Llnroln'a hits
LINCOLN. July .-Pitch
ton much of a putate for
folve this afternoon, snd L
game by a score of I to 0.
I came In bunchea. Score:
LINCOLN.
All. It.
Jude, If 4 0
Fox. 2b 4 1
Oaenler. ss 4 1
Fenlnn. rf 4 0
Dm Idaon. rf I 1
Thomas, lh 4 0
Prltcht. 3b 4 1
Zlnran. c 1 1
John.'n, p 2 1
It. O. A. E
r i o o
8
Totals 30 i 17 1J f
DEB MOIKE3.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Flournoy. If 3 0 1 3 0 0
Dolan. lb 3 0 18 10
Dwyer, cf 4 0 0 4 0 0
Padrr. b 3 0 0 3 8 0
Fitinafrlck, a 3 0 0 6 3 3
McLaughlin, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Nlehoff, 3b 3 0 0 1 0 0
R.tedel, c 2 0 0 2 1 1
Ford, p 3 0 0 1 4 0
Total 26 0 I H 12 4
Lincoln 0 0 0 2 10 3 0 '4
Des Mnlnea 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits: Judo, Fox. Davidson.
Johnson, Flournoy. Htnlen bases; Fox,
Davidson. Thomas. Bacriflre hits: David
Son. Zlnran, Johnson. Double play: Fox
to Ongnler to Thomas; Johnson to Oagnler
to Thomas. Struck out: By Johnson. 6;
by Ford. 2. Usees on balls: Orf Johnson,
4; off Ford, 1. lilt with pitched ball: fcy
Johnaon, 1. Wild pitch? Ford. Time: 1:118.
Umpire: Haskell. Attendance; ten).
PA ROCRKK JIA9 A KICK COMIXO
Other Teania Protest As" Inst Treat
ment at ft Ion x City.
Pa Rourke telephoned from Sioux City
Tuesdn right that he hao. tnuirated ths
game, because of the evidently unjust
aecikion In the Inst Inning which robbed
Omaha of the game. He said that witli
two out and two strikes on Weed, and the
ucore s'.inding 2 to 1 in favor of Oman
Weed swung at th ball which hit him.
Instead of calling him out according to
the rulea. Slats Davis gave Weed his
base, and Sioux City won the game. ll
said that Davis waa viciously unfair all
through the game and that although the
records show Hollenberk hit seven, that
moat of these deliberately walked in
front of the ball and were given their
baaes by Davis. He said thst Dea Moines
and Lincoln both entered protest against
th coarse work of Davis In halplrg his
home team.
Sporting Ooaalp,
Poor old Lincoln. It Is in danger of being
overtaken by Pueblo yet.
The World's Champions are In serious
flan fior of losing their celebrated title, the
"Cubs." They are about to be dubbed the
"Llmpera."
That sapient sporting writer out In Den
ver whV foretold with graphic precision
how Hark would eat Ootch alive, also
gave his friends the tip on how Qana would
devour Nelson. It's a gay life when you're
flusn. .
President O'Neil predicts that more
youngsters will go from th Western
league Into majors this year than from
any other minor In the land. Wonder If
he can't arrange to send SlaAa Davla
somewhere, too.
Mordecae Brown la not only put In to
pitch full gamea more often than hla turn
and sent In to aave gamea for other pitch
ers, hut la now being reaorted to as an
emergency batter. Pity there aren't a few
mor such on th crippled Cuba Just now.
Let's see, waan't It Ducky Holmea who
punched Slata Dav.'a' face once on the
streets of Lincoln? Ducky Holmes Is now
manager of the Sioux City team, which
was given the game Tuesday by thla same
Davis. Who knows, but Ducky threatened
to alap Slata again?
After his wrestle with Roller Ootch an
nounced he would retire. Many admlrera
think him too young and facing too great
a future to stay by his word. what
Kreater future could a man have? Ootch
made the one vaunted Invincible hero of
th world holler "enough." What more
vould he expect to do?
It is a strange fact that the St. Louis
Browns hav worked their wav to first
lace and are holding It with a pertinacity
hat la disconcerting to the rest of the
earns with pitchera who have been unl
ormly weak becauae of various mishaps,
carcely does a Brown'a pitcher who be-
Iris a game end It; almost Invariably he
relieved and yet the team gonsa on wln-
'ng. Which Is fine argument for those
ho maintain that the pitching staff Is
verythlng. .
REAL ESTATE
FARM AMD ItANCH LAND FOR 9ALIS
(Continued.
' lain,
FOR SALE No. COOA. IBS-acre farm 8
miles from Bartli-tt. Fremont county la :
nearly ail good level tillable land, 2 acres
of orchard, good 7-room house, large
barn, 2 stables, several sheds, corn crlhs
hog houses, 2 good wells, wind mill, etc.
Price, $7ft per acre; encumbrance, ij.tOj;
want equity cash.
OLOBE LAND A INVESTMENT CO-.,
Omaha, Neb.
(-0)-MK7 11
Tmh,
FOR 8AI.E-Very.cheap, 8.584 acres Texas
panhandle land; near railroad; 84 acre.
Vill make flno atock farm, and pur
chaser a handsome profit. J. Wellington.
-rort Worth, Tc x. ') M'M Ux
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
v n.w n. m v-o., uoi t. . Life JJIUg.
2-)-ea
PRIVATE MONEY-CASH ON HAND
NO DELAY. J. H. MITHKN. Jl.-a laf
NAT. BANK BILDO. 1EU DOUG. l.;
Lilt) tiu
PRIVATE MONET NO DELAY .
QARVIN BROS.. Itw4 FARNAM.
(BiJ 14
i PRIVATE MONEY to loan. 8400 to 86 000:
cash on hand; no delay. J. 11. Shet-wood.
C6 Brandela Bldg, (2.) M3l
FIVE PER CENT
Money to loau on
Omaha business property.
THOMAS BRENNAN.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
(..)-63
WANTED City loana and warranta. W.
Farnam Smith 4k Co.. U Farnam St.
(t)-4H
1100 to no.xo mad promptly. Jr. D. Waad.
Waad Bldg.. lsth and Farnam. (2J)-4
WANTED City loans.
Peters Trust Co.
(-iJ-44.
LOWEST RATES Be inla. Paxton Block.
(a)-444
MONEY TO LOAN -Payn Investmenl Co.
iiZt 437
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for Zd-hand furniture, ear.
pts, cloth sod slios. Tel. Douglas
()-4l4
BEST prlc paid for t-hand furniture, car
pels, siov, clothing, shoe. Tel. Bad 64tl
W4NTO1 Til niTV-
I Brick block on lth ht. south cf Cuming
! ni1 "'."J'1 ' Leavanwovth; muet be anap.
r. n trtu, neia jjik., istn ana r irnan.
()-M 10
MONEY to build. Lars or small loans
at reasonable rates. Partial payments
accepted on loana. Caah on hand. Loans
closed promptly.
W. H. THOMAS,
50 Flrat National Bonk Bldg.
(22)-90 17
WANTED-T0 RENT
TWO gentlemen want neat room with
jamilyj modern conveniences.
AddriaeH74o,careBee. (24) Ji tx
WANTED SITUATIONS
WANTED Housework or to car for
orL' Experitnted. Frank Iked a. 7z3
B. Hh sL U7)-n Vx
CUBS BACK IN FIRST PLACE
Chicago Win from Brooklyn by
Score of Six to Three.
REULBACH FAILS IN EIGHTH
H Flll-i Dnaea. hot BroTrn Goes la
and "area Situation rittsliarg
Lose. Two to Phila
delphia. CHICAGO, July .-Chlcago returned th
National league leadership today by default
ing Prooklyn, 4 to 3. Hofman's home run
rame In the second. Reulbnch lost csntr.il
In the eighth and filled up the bases
Brown then checked Brooklyn's rally.
Score:
CHICAGO.
D. 11.0. A K
MtOOKLYS.
B.H.O.A.E.
Hnfmn. lb . 4 I 7 3 CPurrli. It .
I 1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
9
0
0
fh'rklril. It.. 4
0,Mlon. cf.
t 4
Hft'nt, rf... I
i tlm'rman. 2h. 4
iMummel, ib.
I Lumlejr, rf..
I C Jordan, lb..
4 OihMhnn, Ib.
4 GLewlt. M
5PRItter. t.....
Pell, s
9tlnfel!t, tb I 0 0
Mnran
Durbln, rf ... 4 1 t
Tlnkr, 4 11
Rtulhsch, p.. I 0 0
brown, a 0 0 0
0 0
0 2
Pitte
31 11 17 14 Bfr.n, o....
Molmrs, p...
0
Totals.
0 4
0 0
0
4 0
TotiU....
Patted for Rltter In elshth.
Batted for Bell In eignth.
Chicago 3 10 0 0
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1
M 7 14 10 I
2 0 0 -
0 10 1-8
Two-bas hits: Hofman. Zlmmarman
Pheehan. Malnney (2). Durbln. Home run:
Hofman. Hits: off ReuHv'. In seven
and one-third Inri.igs; off Brown, 2 In one
and two-thirds Innliigs; oif h.-.i, .o in seven
Innings; off Holmes, 1 In one inning. Sac
rifice hits- StcinMdt, Reulbticli. Stolen
hase: Maloney. Base on balls: Off Bell, 2;
off Reuloach, 6; otf Brown, 1. Struck out:
Hy Reulbaoh. 8; bv Dell, 2; bv Brown. 1.
Time: 1.4o. Umpires: Rtgler and Ruddcr
ham. St. Ionia Defeats Roatnn.
ST. LOUI3. July 8. St. Louis defeated
Boeton, 7 to 2. today in the acond game
of th current aeries. Poor pitching by
Dorner and equally bnd fielding behind
htm were responsible for Boston's defeat.
Tha acore:
ST. LOt'IB.
BOgTOI.
B.H.O.A.E.
B.H.O.A.E.
Pha. rf I
1 0 1 Kelley, If.... 4 10U
I 4 IDahlen, M ... S I I I
ftmrlra. tb... I
Murray, cf... 4
Delehanty, If 4
Konetrhy, lb. 8
l.udwlf, e.... 4
o opeaumunt, cf. 4 1 4
0 OMrOann, lb... toil
0 Rltchr. ib . 4 1 I
1 OHannlfan. lb. 4 0
Hyrne, Sb.... I
1 0 Browne, rf.... 4 4 1
n'Rourhe, as. I 2 2 I OUrahatn, c... 4 4 18 4
aajrinona, p.. i l a 1 0 Flaherty, p.. I 1 1 1 I
Dorner, p.... 0 4 0 1
Totals 84 I 21 10 J Bale.
... 0 0 0
Totala 14 T 54 17 4
Batted for Dorner In ninth.
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 8 0 3 1 7
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0-2
Two-base hits: Shaw, Dahlen, Murray,
Konetchy. Hits: Off Flaherty, 4 In six arid
one-third Innings; off Dorner, two In one
and two-thirds Innings. Sacrifice hits:
Bhaw, Ludwlg, Bryan. Stolon bases:
Charles, Hannlfan. Double plays: Rllchey
to Mc.Qann. Left on baaes: St. Louis, 4;
Boston, 10. First base on balls: Off Ray
mond, 4: off Flaherty, t. Hit by pitched
ball: Raymond. Struck out: By Raymond,
6. Time: 1:58. Umpire: Johnston.
Giant Easy for Reds.
CINCINNATI. July 8.-Poof fielding by
New York and timely hitting by the locals
gave Cincinnati an easy victory today.
Wlltse, who succeeded McOlnnlty In the
seventh, lasted only one inning. Score:
rlKrlMNlTl kvw vnoir
W n.H.n.A.tc n u n i i
Holilna. it.. 4 1 I 4 Tonnr. tb... 4 1 T 1 1
Kan, cf. I 111 ODnyl, tb 4 till
Ubrt,.ab.... 4 tit OBrnnahan, e. t 4 1 I
raakart, If... 4 0 1 0 0 Donlln. If ...4 110 4
Oantel, lb.... t III I OS-ymour. rf.. 4 1110
Sohlel, e I I I I 1 Devlin, tb.... S 4 111
Mitchell, rf.. 1 0 4 0 1 Shannon, rf.. 4 0 2 10
Hulawltt. SI.. 4 8 0 1 OBrlUwell, aa . 9 0 I I I
Welmer, p.... 4 1 0 I McOlnnlty, p. I 0 0 4 0
Mcformlck .110 0 0
Totals 44 U 17 14 1 WIIim. 4 4 0 4
Malarkor. p.. 0 0 4 0
Snoinus ..1 0 4 0 0
Totala tl 1 84 18 I
Batted for McOlnnlty in seventh.
Batted for Malarkey In ninth.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 2 0 1 4 1 8
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 03
Two-base hita: Sohlel. Lobert. Stolen
baae; Hulawltt. Sacrifice hlta: Kane 2),
Lobert, Schlel, Doyle. Double plays: Kane
to Oansel; Doyle, Brldwell to Tenney. Baaea
on balla: Off Welraer, 8; off Wlltae, 1.
WANTED SITUATIONS
(Continued.)
.JEWING wanted by young girl. Addresa
P 53, care Bee. or Tel. Harney 4041.
(27)-991 8X
MECHANICAL draughting student wanta
losltion aa tracer; not experienced. H..
Oma" a Bee, Council Bluffs, la.
' (.7J-M11S llx
ROCTC ISLAND operator has three hours
leisure In forenoon. Familiar with ac
eotinta and clerical work; can furnish good
references. Addresa R. Wells, Oreer
hntH,SOmahj4, IS'eb (?7 II x
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Germon-Amerlcan Life Insurance com
pany to Henry C. Detacher, lot 11,
block 4. Dupont place I 200
Reed Bros, to Elliabeth M. Shahan
lot 12. block 2, replat of Durant
Place j oq,
W. E. Hesse to Charlea E. Smith, 'lot '
1. block 18, Central Park 1M
John S Bacon to Sllna Hobblna, lot
3. Arllnutnn addition i
Mary B. Juacks and husband to Ida
Malln, lot 12, block 2. Spring Lake
"ark 2f
Benjamin F. Thomaa and wife 't'o'j.
un Dorun. lot 7, block 11, Dnndea
llace
George t. Morton and wife to J..sle
S. Colby, lot 1. block 2, Shriver
l'lace j
I f"1""'1 J- ""'l 7-. H. Had.lleston. part
I , i. "" "ui-a i, lUHeys replat
uf-iiiis ram 3,00')
Total
..3s,i7
LEGAL NOTICES
NOITICE TO CONTRACTORS AND EN-Inw-'hTT"0
vi"""of Nehraaka.
V . 0I? M"ndly evening, July Z7. lid"),
for the lnsial!ann and completion of a
?rk "yatem as per plana and
apec flcatioim nn fn i... ' -
village. .esclng-the-Vighr to reject "J?
I'nVlJty M'- or or ac'cept
HI Is should cover the following as a
wh le or any distinct part, town
On pumping station.
fill Hm.lv
nn Suaollne engine, 2R horse power
pscltv -"- gallons ca-
dcep W'" " fPCt dlame,,or nd 40 feet
J.Oti feet of 8-Inch pipe.
J.'fl feet of 4-lnch pipe.
4,l feet of 4-lnch pipe.
lO.OTO feet of 2-Inch pipe.
Twenty hydrants. , '
All valves and specials necessary to com-
manner.
rrV' ,e'"'r lh rl?ht to Increase
or diminish thw quantity of any alaed pipe
above specified. v 1
.Jm...mT' sealed and nddressed to
for' nd m'rk"1 "Pr"OS' !"
45WAN DEDRTCK. Chairman
LESLIE NEUHAUER. Clerk
' J 7-9-l-14-16-17-21-2Jt-:4.
NOTICE AS TO SALE OF WATER
tn,nd,T7,h" Nebraska!
nvltes bids snd wlil oren the same at
W:n s. m. on Saturday. Autniat 1. inr
the sale of water bonds In the sum of
twmty thousand (820.O..I dollars. In denomi
nation of five hundred tt&oni dollars each
due In twenty years: optional at the end
of five years; dated May 1. 1S; Interest
": -J1" .nt par Bnum. payable annually
at the office of the village treasurer cf
Bldney, Nebraska. There Is no other bonded
or other debt. The actual value of ral
and personal property aa found by the
Board of Equalisation la IKM.iaifl.
Bid are to b sealed and addressed to
the village clerk and marked "Propoealu
for Water Bonds."
SWAN. DEDRTCK. Chairman.
LESLIE NLUBAUER. Clerk
J-7--10-l-l-17-a-28-24 '
Standing of tlie Teams
W EST. LEAGUE. 1 AMER. APS N.
W L Pct ' W L Pet
Slo n Clty....4 .11 67 Inrll.inspolla.H 31 .K2
Omnha 41 31 .Ml Lnuiavrrte ....4 3.' .6i
Denver 41 87 .62:1; Toledo 4f) 35
Lincoln .3 25 .R2l;rolumbus ....4.1 40 . .MR
Pueblo 83 44 ,4W Minneapolis. W .fion
Ies Moines.. 2fl 47 .a3lMllwatikee... 4 4'i .(W
IKansas City. 84 4t .416
ISt. Paul W 63 .33
NAT L. LEAGUE. I AMER. LEAGUE.
W L Prtj) W.L.Pct.
Chicago 42 27 ."! St. Louis 42 30 .Wi3
Pittsburg ..,.(4 19 .6 Detroit 42 30
Nw York.. .. 42 . Ill .6 Cleveland ....89 32 .649
Cincinnati ...3 3R .f,21 CblrnsM 40 3.1 .f4S
Philadelphia. 29 .'5 .4f.3 Phllndelphla..! 33 .6?:
Boston .1? fi 44 Boston S3 3! .4f8
St. Louis I'D 4:1 ,S!4i Washlr wton. .27 44 .3
Brooklyn t: ,K;Nw York 17 43 . 375
a GAMES TODAY.
Western league Omaha at Sioux City.
Dea Moines at Lincoln, Denver at Pueblo.
American Association Indianapolis at
Columbus, Louisville at Toledo. Knsns
City at St. Paul. Milwaukee at Minneapolis.
National League Brooklyn at Chicago.
Phlladelphls at Pittsburg." New York at
Cincinnati, Boston at St. Louis.
American I.eaRUe Chlcaen at Washing
ton, St. Lo-ils at Philadelphia. Detroit at
New York, Cleveland nt Poston.
Struck out: By Weimar. !: bv McGlnnltv,
3; by Malarkey. 1. Hit hy pitched hall: Hv
McOlnnlty, 1; bv Wlltse. 1. Hits: Off Mc
Olnnlty. 7 in lx Innings: off Wlltse, 8 In
one Inning; oft ' Malm key, 2 In one Inning.
Passed ball: Bresnahan. Time: 1:47.
Plratea Lose a Pair.
PITTSBURG. July 8.-Phi!adelphla took
both gamea of a double-header today. Both
games were characterized by loose flel.llng
on the part of the home tcum, which was
responsible for both defeats. Pittsburg
used seventeen players In the second game,
five of them being pitchers, hut errors and
fioor Judgment allowed the visitors to keep
n tha lead at all times. Score, first game:
PHILADELPHIA. PITTSHIRO.
B.H.O.A.R. B.H.O.A.E.
Oranf. aa 4 0 I 1 OTnomaa, cf... 4 1 4 1 0
Kni. he. tb....t 0i4 CLaih, 3b 4 1010
Tltua. rf I I I 0 OC-larlte. If 4 1 1 0 0
Maaee. If 4 0 2 0 OWacner, a ...4 112 0
Ilranaflcld. lb 4 110 OAb'tlchlo. 2b. 4 0 1 I 0
Oaborne. cf...l I 4 0 1 Storse. lh....4 1 10 0 1
Courtney, lb.. 10 11 OWIIaon, rf ... 4 110 1
tonln, c 0 0 0 0 OOlhaon. c 10 4 11
JarklHach. c. I 1 1 1 PVVHUe, p 1 0 0 2 0
McQulllln, p. 1 1 0 0 0Kane 1 0 0 0 0
CamnlU, p...O 0 0 1 0
Totala to 4 17 11
Totala S4 I 21 12 4
Batted for Wlllia In eighth.
Plttabnrg 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
Philadelphia 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 04
Two-basa hit: Storke. Three-base hit:
Wagner: Hits: Off Willis. 6 In six innings.
Sacrifice hits: Knahe. McQulllln. Stolen
bases: Wagner. Osborne. Double plays: Ab
batlchlo to Storke, Thomas to Storke. Left
on baaea: Pittsburg. 6, Philadelphia, 6.
Struck out: By McQulllln. 2; Willis, 2;
Camnltz. 1. Passed ball, Jacklltsch. Wild
irttor: McQtUUIn. Time; 1:40. Umpire:
Day.
Score, second game:
PHILADELPHIA. PITTBBtTRO.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
Orsnt, as 6 Oil 0 Thomaa. cf... 2 1100
Knahe. tb....4 111 OLearh, 81).... 3 0110
Tltua, rf 4 0 1 0 0 Clarke. If.... 6 110 0
Magee. If 1 1 0 0 4Wa(ner, n ..4 112 1
Branaflel4. Ib 4 113 0 lAh'tlrhlo. lb. 12 11 1
0borne, cf...4 14 1 OPtorke, lb ... 1 110 0
Courtney, lb.. I 111 OWIIaon. rf.... 4 0100
Dooln, c 4 0 4 1 CPhelpi, c 1 0 1 0 0
8 parts, p 1 0 0 4 OOTonnor, e.. I 0 1 1 1
Lelflelil, p.... 0 0 0 1 0
Totala 34 10 27 It 1 Mollcr 1 0 0 0 0
Young, p 0 0 0 1 0
Rwarlna 1 0 0 0 4
Philippe, p... 0 0 4 0 0
' Camnltl, p... 10 0 10
Kane 1 0 0 0 0
' Leerer, p 0 0 0 1 0
' Totala II 1 11 12 4
Batted for Lelfield in third.
Batted for. Young In fifth.
Batted for Camnlts In eighth.
Plttaburg 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0-6
Philadelphia 1 0 3 0 3 2 0 0 C 8
Three-base hits: Clarko (2). Hits: Off
Lelfleld, 3 In three Innings; off Young, 2
In two Innings; of Phllllppe, 3 in three In
nings; off Leever, 2 In one Inning. Sacri
fice hits: Lynch. Abbatlchtn, Storke, O'Con
nor, Sparks, Bransfleld, McGree. Left on
baaea: Piltaburg, 10; Philadelphia, 9. Base
on balla, off Lelfleld, 8; off Young, 1; oft
Camnlts, I. Struck out: By Sparka, 4; by
Lelfleld, t; by Camnlts, 2. Passed balls:
Phelpa, O'Connor. Wild . pitch: Lelfleld,
Phllllppe. Time: 2:00. Umpire: O'Day.
EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TRACKS
Brighton Detach Meeting; Opens With
Attendance of Five Thousand.
BRIGHTON BEACH, N. Y., July 8. -The
Brighton Beach midsummer meeting opened
today with a crowd of 6,000 persona In at
tendance. There were no stakes down for
decision and there will not be any at thla
meeting. The feature of the racing today
waa the finish of the third race, when three
horses came in heads apart. Edward cut
out the running to the scratch, where
Watervllet and Merry Gift closed, and In
a hard drive Edward Just lasted.
Today, for the flrat time In years, a
purae offered by a Metropolitan Racing as
sociation found no horses competing (or It,
The fourth race at Brighton for 3-year-olds
snd upwards, weight for age, had but one
entry. Big Chief, and he did not start The
purse waa for 80OO. Summary:
First race, handicap, for 8-year-olds and
up, JfKH) added, six furlonga: Altuda (104,
Ollbert, 16 to ) won. Nimbus (112, J. Lee,
3 to 2) second, Pantoufle (11)4, McDanlel, il
to i) third. Time: 1:13V Bats, Dolly
Spanker, Golden Pearl and Noatalgia ulau
ran.
Second race, 3-year-olds and up, soiling,
8460 added, mile and a sixteenth: Earl G.
(lo3, Musgrave, 3 to 1) won. Cairngorm
(111, E. Dugan, 3 to 1) second, Don Eiirluue
(108, Notter, 7 to 10) third. Time: 1:40.
Umbrella also ran.
Third race. 2-year-olds, added, five
and a half furlongs: Edward (112, J. Lee.
3 to ) wen; Watervleit (112. Notter, 7 to 2)
eecond, Merry Gift 1H9, Gllbyrt, 4 to 1) third.
Time: 1:07. Eschau, Aunt Kate, Mcrlae
and Dearly Bell also ran.
Fifth race, steeplechase, handicap for
4Vyear-olds and up, selling, !et added, about
two miles, short course: Rocket (148, Mc
Klnney, 3 to 1) won, Waterspeed (150, Dav
idson, 6 to 2) second, Banner 4 147. McAfee,
11 to 5) third. Time: 3:Qt,. Paprika. Roba
dor, Chcre. Amie and Canvas also ran.
Sixth race, 2-year-olds, selling, $400 added,
five and a half furlongs: Rubia Uranda
(DC, Sweet, 3 to 1) Won, Clef CM, Lang, 6 to
2) second, Indomitable U'v). Dugan, 6 to 1)
third. Time: 1:U8H. Enfield also ran.
Seventh race, 2-year-olds and up, selling,
alx furlonga. Tom McGrath (1, Notter.
5 to 1) won, Comedienne (107. McDanlel, 6
to 2) second. Saruclncsca (19. Miller. 9 to
5) third. Time: 1:13. Easton, John Marrs,
Mexican Silver, Rock Cress, Eydent. Big
Ben. Braggart and Disobedient also ran.
CINCINNATI. O.. July 8. -The third race
at six furlonts was the feature at Latonla
and was won by Mirth, the favorite, with
1'lratu Dana second and Caltha third.
Tratk fast. Summary:
First rae, five furlonga: T. M. Green
(H'j. ilkka, iSU.So airaigtU) won, Lomond
tit. Heiuel, -4.o plue e,-ond, Stowaway
tlu6. Fogart,, li j snow) third. Time:
l:ulVm. ranfcBcliaw, D..01110, Ort. Ned Car
iu..ck. All Re.l, Old ilh kuiy, t.od.n Hope,
ioin Holland and Sning uiao run.
(Second la e, live and a naif furlonga:
OUibbala ill", Powers, H.tu straight) won,
Hum (h7, Huidel, !.) plue second. Far
Mrastngtr Uoi, Kos, tti.it show) th rd
Time: 1:U4. Azi. Irrigator, Roneburg ti,
AlU-e Balnl. Dlabolo, lien Howe, I'uena
VlBiu, Maraany, Joe CalUne, Rob n (Jry
mi l J e Enrich also ran.
Third rate, aix furlongs: Mirth (110,
Powers. 8b. i& straight) won. Pirate Dlani
dr. 1 utltr, liti.Uo pace) eecor.d Callha(lj,
McUee. (lclM - show liilrd. TIium:
Imogt iie, O Dalie. Dantette. Anne ltey
iiolda. Mies Ft llx. Out-en's Daughter, Tti-
"ti;., -arjn n., liuiantu Viola Guild
i n iiria .iy aiao lan.
Fouitu race, alx fjri,.ns: Apache ('.03,
Mar;ln, l.-.u stiaighti won; Al Muller (hi,
Minder, $x.4i place) aecond, Geneva S. i:6,
R s-, ).4.fw sIk wi third T.11 : 1 :13V. Mol-
e M. ntiosv. Honeai, Hannibal Be, Mcr
r ck and Heine slso ran.
Mftli ia.ee, mile: Lady Raldur (32, Ross
llsio straight) won, Uuldie til J, Hndl
low tlacr) second, Goldeaa tlt7, l'owera
l.iS mow) third. Time: 1:41. Cygnet'
De Oro, Th Thorn. Uncle Tim, Lou Niff.n
Helen Helland, Di-mo, Vanael, liuerlano
ana Lady VI also ran.
Blaaa Placed on Railroad.
DE3 MOINES. la.. July 8 -Blame for the
collision of Great Weeiern and Rock Island
tralna at that East Sixteenth street crossing
this city, of these lints laat Wednesday la
laid oa both rouda by the verdict of the
coroner'a Jury returned this morning. The
verdict aiao places the blame fcr the death
of W. H. Urbahna. who waa killed In the
wreck, oa bis fellow trainmen.
SENATORS DEFEAT WHITE SOX
Tannehill Holds Chicago Americans
Down to Four Hits.
MA1JUEL IS DRIVEN FROM BOX
(.anley Throws Rail Into a Stand and
Save the Visitor from a ghat
ont Score of Other
Game.
WASHINGTON, July 8.-Tannhlll held
Chicago down to four hlta today. Wash
ington winning easily. Manuel was knocked
out of the box and Owen was hit hard.
Ganley's wild throw to first, the ball going
Into tho stand, saved the vlsitota from a
shutout. Score:
WASHINGTON. CHICAGO
B.H.O A E. B.H.O.A.E.
Milan, rf .... 1 0 2 0 OHahn, rf 1110 4
fi-hlpke, 3b... 1 0 1 1 1 Jonca. rf 4 0 1 0 0
Oanlev, If... 8 4 I 0 1 Irbell. Sb . . . . 4 1 4 1 0
firmer, rf...,4 110 Or11therty, If 4 0 1 t 0
Warner. C....I lit Oponohue, lb. 1 0410
Freeman, lb . 4 4 10 IpivD, ft 0 4 1 0
Altlfer. 5h ....I 14 4 OLTan'hlll. lb 4 1110
Mollrld". a . 4 14 1 sulllran, C...1 0 0 11
J Tannrtilll, p4 1 0 1 CFhaw. c 1 0 110
. Manuel, p.... 1 0 0 10
Totala 2S 11 11 11 5 Owen, p I 0 I 1 0
ndenon ... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 81 4 C4 14 1
Batted for Owen In ninth.
Wnshlngton 0 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 -7
Chicago 0 u 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1
Two-base hits: lsbell. Freeman, K Tan
nehill. Hifs: Off Manuel. 4 In two and
one-third Innings: off Owen, 7 In five nnd
two-thirds innings. Sacrifice hits: Schlpke,
WBrner. Aimer. Stolen bases: Milan,
Warner, Freeman. Left on buses: Wash
ington, 4; Chicago. R. liases on bills: Off
Tannehill, 2; off Manuel, 3; off Owen, 1.
First base on errors: Chicago, 2. Hit with
pitched ball: By Tannehill. 1. Struck out:
Hy Tannehill. 2; by Owen. 2. lid pitch:
Owen. Time: 1:45. Umpire: O'lxnighlln
Detroit Win on Errors.
NEW YORK. July 8. Chase and Pall
were responsible for two of tne mlsplavs
which enabled the visitors to win their
third straight victory. Score:
DETROIT. NEW YORK.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
Vrlntyre, If.. 4 110 0 Nllet, Jb 4 1 I 1 0
t-haerer, tbaa 5 10 11 Pall, aa 5 1 I t 1
Crawford, rf. 4 1 1 0 0Keler, rf.... 4 0 0 0 0
Cobb, rf I 2 1 1 lChaae. If 4 1 0 0 1
Roeaman, lh.. 4 1 12 I 0 Morlarltv, Sb 4 2 1 10
Courhlln, Ib. 1 1 111 Hemphill, cf. 4 1 4 1 1
S'-hmMt, C... 4 0 2 1 OSUhl. lb 4 111 0 0
O'Leary, aa... 10 4 1 0 Klelnnw, C...1 0 4 10
Downa, tb.... 2 0 2 4 OCheabro, p... I 1 0 1 0
Mullln, p 1 1 0 1 l()rth 1 0 0 0 0
Hoss. p 0 0 0 1 0
Totals IS 8 27 1V 4 Sweeney .... 1 0 0 0 0
Touts 14 4 97 14 1
Batted for Chesbro In sixth.
Batted for Hogg In ninth.
Detroit 2 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 0-
New York 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0-3
Two-base htt. Crawford. Three-base hit:
Rossman. Home run: Cobb. Hits: Off
Chesbro, 7 In six Innings; off Hogg, 1 in
three Innings. Sacrifice hits: Cohh, Nllea
Stolen baaes: Cobb, Morlarlty. Hemphill,
Coughlln, O'Leary, Rossmnn, Ball, Nllea.
Double play: Mullln. Rossman and
O'Leary. Ix-ft on bases: Detroit. 6; Now
York, 8. Baaes on balls: Off Mullln, 2; off
Chesbro. 1; ofl Hogg, 2. First base on
errora: Detroit, 2; New York. 2. Struck
out: By Mullln, 3; hy Chesbro, 4. Wild
pitch: Chesbro. Time: 1:45. Umpires:
Sheridan and Evans.
Athletic Shot vOot Browns.
PHILADELPHIA, July 8.-Phlladlphla
shut nut St. Louis today hy bunching six
of their hits In two innings, while Bender
kept the hits of the visitors scattered.
Score:
PHILADELPHIA. ST. LOflg
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
Hartsel. If... 3 Li 0 0 atone. If 4 J 0 0
Nichols, 2b... 6 111 OHartzell, rf . 4 0110
Davla, lb 1 0 4 0 OWIIIIkma. Ib. 4 0 1 5 0
Murphr. rf.,.4 0 1 0 0 Wallace, aa..4 14 10
J Colllna, Ib 1 0 I 1 0 Hoffman, rf.l 0 0 0 0
Oldrlng. of... 4 I I 0 0 T. Jonea. lb. 4 I 0 0
E. Collins, al I I I OParrle. 3b 4 0 0 I 0
Bmlth, a 4 1 10 1 OPpenrer, c 3 0 4 1 a
Bender, p.... 1 1 0 0 0 Howell, p 1 1 0 1 0
Crlas l 0 0 0 0
Tetals 11 1 1770.
Total! 34 1 24 IS 0
Batted for Hoffman In ninth.
St. Louis 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0
Philadelphia 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 -2
Two-base hits: Stone.. Oldrlng. Stolen
bases: Hartsel. Doublu play: Smith to E.
Collins. Left on baaes: St. Louis. 7; Phila
delphia, 13. First base on balls: Off Howell.
0. Struck out: By Howell, 4; by Bender, 9.
Wild pitch: Howell. Time: 1:&6. Umpire:
Connolly.
Boston Shots Out Cleveland.
BOSTON, July 8. Boston won the second
game of tho series from Cleveland today
by timely hitting. Score:
BOSTON. CLEVELAND.
B.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
MeCosnell, 2b 4 0 1 1 0 J. Clarka. If. I 1 4 0 0
Sullivan, cf..4 0 10 onrartl,.y, ss...4l I 1 0
Thoney, If.... I 110 0 Turner. rf....4 14 0 0
Oeaaler, rf....l 110 OLaJole. lb. ... 1 114 0
Laporte, lb...l 0 2 1 ON. Clarka, c. I 0 I 0 0
t'arrlfan, lb.. I 0 11 OHlnchman, Ib 4 1 14 1 0
Vt'agner, aa...l 114 0 Herring, lb... 4 1 V I 0
Craf. 0 1 0 6 1 onirra ham. cf I 0 1 0 0
PfuKt. P 1 1 0 1 0neinla 1 0 0 0 0
Fhoadea, p...l 0 1 1 ,1
Totala... ...11 4 1111 0Hlrkman ...1 10 0 0
Ryan, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totala IJ 1 14 14 "0
Batted for Birmingham In ninth.
Batted for Rhoades In eighth.
Boston 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Three-base hlta: Geaaler, Bradley. Hits'
Off Rhoades. 6 In seven Innings. Stolen
base: Thoney. Double playa: Lajole to
Hlnchman (2); Bradley, Lajole to Hlnch
mar.'. Left on bases: Boston, 3; Cleveland
8. Flrat baae on balls: Off Prultt 8- oft
Rhoades, l. Hit by pitched ball: By
Rhoades. Laporte. Struck out: By Trultt
3; by Ryan, 1. Time: 1:28. Umpires: Egan
and Hurst. "
Dutch Defeat V. M. C. A.
BEATRICE. Neb., July 8.-Bpeclal.)-The
Dutch hall team in the City league yester
day shut out the Young Men'a Christian
aesoclatlon nine by the score of 10 to 0
Kuehl for the Dutch pitched a pretty game'
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LOUISVILLE. July 8.-Louisville won th
siond game of the series from Toledo to
day by tt.iperlor all around playing. Score:
LOt'lBVILt.B TOLEDO
11 H O A E. V " "
Stanley Vf .. 4 I S 0 PParbelu. J J ' J
Woodrutr, rf. I 0 1 0 Plllnmnian
9k it 1 x a 0
vtoonruo, ri. e w v v !' nu.., -
e . t A It Am.v. -..- rf K I Z 0 3
liariey, . v - - - :
Hurke, b .... 4 0 5 1 OSmnol, if 4 0 I 1 e
Perrme. 2b... I 0 1 J OAhhoit, lb ... I 1 1 0
gulllran, lh.,1 111 4 Olnrt. c I J 4 0 1
Umnlan. aa . 1 1 1 4 1 Klwert. lb... I 1 J 1
relte. e 4 1 4 1 tl Klehl. If 4 I 1 0 0
Puumann. p 4 l 0 ." ' ' ; ; J J! J J
T01" 1 ToUU .85 "l 54 14 I
Batted for Gillen In ninth.
Louisville 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 -
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2-3
Stolen bases: Hnrley, Perrme. Fncrlflc
hit: Bullion. Throe-ran lilts: F.lwart,
llarl-v. Hlnchman. Double plays: ',,n,m
man. 'Parb. nu and Abbott. Firm k out: B
PUttman. 3; by Gillen. 3. Buses on halls.
Otf Puttman. 2; off Gllleen, 8. "
ntfi: Loilsvllle. li; Toledo, 10. me.
1 ;6i. Uirpirts: Owens and Hayes.
Columbua Wins In Eleventh.
COLUMBUS. July H.-Odwcll got tlue
long hlta und a single oU Mariuar.1 of In
dianapolis today, one of the 'hree-bnggers
sent two runs over In the ninth, tving
tho score. The third distance hit scored
Jackson with tho winning run In tne
eleventh. Score:
COLt'MBfg. INDIANAPOLIS.
B.H.O.A.E. H O A E.
Prlel, lb I 0 1 1 Otb.eh. as...... J 0 1 1 0
Jark.on, If ... 1 0 0 0 ODalnann. cf... J 1 4 0
Odwell, if-Sh. 4 I 2 OHayilen rf...S J J
Kruser, If-cf. 4 1 1 0 Ofarr. lb... ...6 1 " 0 a
fongalton. rf 6 0 I 0 0 Coulter, If... J J J J
Fohl. c 4 0 11 (iLlvlnaetnn. c. 4 1 4 1 0
Ralrty. a I 1 1 I 1 Williams. 3b. 1 J 0
Klhm. lb 4 0 14 0 OHopke. 3b ... 4 1 I 4 I
Wrlfley. lb.. I 1 1 1 0 Marquart. p. . S 1 2
SSi;i.r,:::J ? S to....
evpp 0 0 0 0 0
Total. S4 3S 19 1
One out when winning run was scored.
Ran for Toylar in third.
Columbus 0 0 2 !?J!2
Indianapolis ...0OO201O0OOO-3
Stolen bases: Raldy. Bush, Carr, t oulier,
Livingston, Williams t3). Pacr flee hit .
Raid " Bases on balls: Off Taylor, 2 off
Goodwin, l; off Marnuerd. 5. w",
hlta: Goodwin. Three-base hlta: Oil well
(3). Double playa: Wrlgley to Klhm.
Hopko to Williams to Carr Hit by r . u-hrr
Frlel. Jackson. Struck out: By rl.oru:
by Goodwin. 2; by Marquard. 3. Hits. Off
Tavlor. 1 in three Innings; off Goodwin,
In sight Innings. Time: 2:10. Umpire:
Kerln. ,
Even Break In St. Paul.
8T PAUL. July 8. Loose fielding and
hunched hits' off Teal gave K-nsa. City -lead
in the first game that Bt. Paul lould
hot overcome. Wood waa batted out of tne
box ll the first inning of thi . second game
and Egan was a so hit hard, the teiumi
Jnlitting even on the doulble-hcador. Score,
tr'ps!uTe8 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0-6
Kknpsaacuy :::.::::.i 014001 0
Two-base hits: Tlemyer, Beckley. Hall
man. Stolen bases: Neighbors. Beckley.
Braahear, Hallman. Double nlajs. Mrs
fhear to Beckley; Flood to Laughlln to
Nee. Hits: Off Teal, 7 In three and two
thirds innings; off Leroy. 4 in f lye and one
third Innings: off Esalck, 10 In five and
two-third Inning.; off Carter I. n th ee and
one-third Innings. Bases on balls: off real.
off Iroy 1: off Ess ck, 4; off Carter, I.
Hit with pitched ball: By Easlck Leroy
U). Struck out: By Easlck, 2; by C arter. 1 .
bv Teal. 4; by Leroy. 3. lid pitch. Es
ilcli? Sacrifice7 hit: Downle. j h:
Bt. Paul, 11; Kansas City, 8. Time. 2.20.
Umpire: Blerhalter.
Score, second game:
m.iii fnf tr.ffan In ninth.
Ht Paul V 5 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 10
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits: Flood, uenrmg. v nceier,
Neighbors, Beckly. Carlisle. Stolen baae:
Oeler. Double play:Downie to Beckley to
Sullivan. Hits: Off Wood. 6 In one Inning;
off Egan, 12 In seven Innings; off Gehrlng,
4 In aeven innings; on if'V. ".
nlngs. Base on halls: Off Gehrlng. 3: off
Wood, l; on r.gan. i. oirut-a uu;.
1; bv Gehrlng. 6; by Iroy, 1. Passed ball.
Sullivan. Sacrifice hits: Davis, Laughlln.
Left on bases: St. Paul, 9; Kansas City,
10. Time: 2:00. Umpire: Blerhalter.
Brewer Win in Seventh.
MlN'NKAPOIJS. July 8. A base on balls.
a single and two doubles gave Milwaukee
three runs In tho seventh and the game
today. Score:
Ran for Block In eighth.
Batted for Oberl n In ninth
Minneapolis 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1-4
Two-base hits: O'Brien. Robinson. Mc
Chesney, McCormlek. tSolen bases: Free
man. Clarke, Bevllle, Flynn. Left on bases:
Minneapolis. 9; Milwaukee. 3. Base on
balls: Off Oberlin, 2; off Manske. 3. Struck
out: Hy oberlin, 4; by Manege, t. Time:
1:40. Umpire: Kane.
Consular Appointment.
WASHINGTON, July 8. The State de
partment todav announced the annnlnimonr
of William W. Handley of New Y'ork aa
consul general at Eoma, Congo Frre Slate,
also theae consula: Arthur Garrela of M la
sou rl at Zanzibar, Zanzibar; Samuel C.
Rent of Illinois at Port Louis, Mauritius;
Douglas Jenkins of South Carolina at St.
Pierre, Sf. Pierre Island; Adam Lleber
knecht of Illinois at Aden, Arabia; Freder
ick D. Cloud of Iowa at Antung, China;
Edgar D. Turner of Pennsylvania at Mus
kat, Oman; Thomts W. Hasklns of Cali
fornia at Swatow, China.
New Mining; Town In Prospert.
PITTSBURG, Pa., July S.-Contracts for
machinery nnd equipment for the Immense
plnnt of the Pit tshtirg-Buffalo Coal com-
rony at Mariana. Yvashlngton county have
een awarded. Delivery will be started bv
August 1 and it is the Intention of the coal
company to build a new mining town with
a population of about lS.flOO. The work in
volves expendlturea of about 83,0OO,0tO
D CROW
ilPCROij
HYBJ
gn nt aj
STRENGTH
WE CURE MEN uAYOUR"tE
wn7. ! s IV WHEN CURED
Will ear yoa for X.KSS KOIIT than any otbar soaci-lia.
aad aoo.pt th. money U any way o wtah t Va. p01U,
"aU ol M.r? ,,0-Ch' U "P""1 Uws's-d ilX
Established in Omaha 25 Years.
misleading or false statements or
wo,rr''aa treatment Examination
Writ for symptom blank for
Free
CO., 215 S. 14th St., Omaha. Neb.
NO PAY TILL CURED I
- wlthoyt th knife.
. L'i'T'".''"" 'oa booklet fiea. u
on. TARRY, 224 Bc4 Bi;s.. Omaha, Nsb.
ltfit iaim' rsir i r t I'yt.
Wins Thret Contests in One Day at
Women's TennU Tonrntment.
ONE CONTESTANT IS OVERCOME
Mis. Mr Cook, Gne.t ( Kenersfl Man.
drrsnn, Sncrambs to ll, t,nt
Wpeedllr Iteeovera and Will
Remain la Tournament.
Mrs. N. p. Dodge, jr., made quite r pu
ation a . .,nn, p,.r Wf(JnMl,v H,
trie women's tournament at ths Omaha,
Held club when .he heat thre of th
Playera In th. tournament In on day In
nit,..""" r'Und of th plBy h"
batched against Miss J.sn c.id.hr. and
ind J "me "'' D,,d" to the front
Quite handily in straight gamea.
fc.iV,, '"I f,erttr,". hf m,-t and da
, I7nrn, Won a ,1"-'-f'M.ght match
won .."I r- ,, Mrs- ,,oi
b which She ha.l beaten Miss Moore.
YorkaihBnC!lrf,gnm'- M'8" MlCo k (f
Chart 's F l 0pn"", M
he heat hMnd;r,,u"' oer,om b
iolne T Hr0" vTM Srd1
Joined tho merrymaker, at dinner In ths
ho, I ""r' "eunM tho c"'
hut ,, " l ll,W Miss PMter.
hut the la,ch w,a postponed nn'.l lavr
The women presented a met pit turesqu ,
(mtion and many 'of them play rema-k-Wy
good tennis. gpvoraI Lcn 111
0?n.a. ,h mftle Unnit ""' r:
ywc"Z!?, w,,:nrn ""r "y -
hair to r bbon bounJ around their
10 Kei p It out of their eyes aa ih...
re receiving some swift serve K "'
lions. ,n tn9 confola-
M. .T"n "" 0 T"'r.
MofJ lnt?le.. i. being ,h-.wn In th.
CSJT " ",,c p,a- S.
rui iTaver. ri? WPfd 0,,t ll" '"I..-
rf9 fiarx::';
P..ld lo ?.; I -,n"i. however. I.
that ,?V ,hafe of t; e Pr- no"
. loZ P0du',n ot of tan
aa would ony be ac oumula.ed by wek. in
the mounta ns? wfegs in
The scores:
Mrs. N pFiv5R,OL'!'a
Cjdahy. 6-4 6 0 1 Jr- Uat J'an
Mrs. Dodge hen t M as M nr s 6-- n
a Mis, Helen Cudahy b al Ml . Da:e. s. k
Ml8snSv'A.T,ox l''KT ROI N"i
-l 3-.l.V0Cl,nre" lut - V.hr a.
E- Mrl""Hl leat Mus'r K '
""'' May. ViJsi..7'l "'.
Nw Mark for I.n.ltanla.
ner
by loggltiK m nautV, al m Ins I, dT(- accord
ng tn ir-lormutl.,,, received "o.l?y bv tlm
rlJLJ Lulstama l;a mer.lv moved It.
ler.A po"l'l -t notohe. higher is It
previously held the speed record ,t41
mll.-s per day. The new fast run was mad,.
PrWe'nt rin r" ?Ut " -""t-ntfS
present trip from Queenatown. whence ;t
"alle tor New York on July 8. w,,ence jt
Two Venn for Krllnr.
CHICAGO, July 8.-D.mlel F. Keller
formerly a captain In the United Sta".
."Vt-nT;a3 r''" by Judge Land . Ii
the t nlted States district court today to
serve two years nt hard labor In (he fed
eral prison at Fort Leavenworth. Keller
was found guilty on A charge of havlnif
defrauded the government through us. of
stolen qunrterniasters checks
THE BUTTER
is melting tho milk Is souring
dog days are drawing nearer anJ.
It Is growing warm warmer
HOT!
Now a Soothing Bummer Suit
made-to-your-rneasur( o f fine
fabrics by cutters highly skillful,
would prove grateful.
And now, during this sale, It
would prove inexpensive, as ws
are making to measure:
530.00
KI IT8 FOR
$6.00
V-JTTI TOM
$4.00
$50.00
TJTTS ro
530.00
OTHER, PRICES IX PIvO PORTION.
PERFECT FIT CLARA XT EKD
UacGarthy-Wilson
Tailorinq Co.
304-04) bcuth c:zzT'-;rtn sr.
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