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THP, OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. 1903.
Winning- Streak of the Tigers Broken by Boston; Pirates and Cubs Win; Nothing-for Sioux City
BOSTON DEFEATS DETROIT
Ti ivan Tai A 4tat -n ni'nrv KTivt
VICTORY IS DUE TO MISPLAYS
Visitors Make Fear Reaa la Nlntla
on Rrrara M4 OffMl nail? of
'torn Teaaa Which Reaelt
In Tw Raaa.
DETROIT, July SL-After winning nine
straight Detroit's streak was broken by
Boston, which won today. 9 to 8. Miiiplays
tn the ninth made possible four Hoston
runs, killing . the value of the home team's
xally. Burchel) was wild and Bummers
jwa easy to hit and both retired. Score:
r ' BOSTON. DETROIT.
AB.n O A R AB.H.O.A B.
M'Connsll. lb I t I I "nclntjr.. If.. I 1 1 1
Lord, n j eel !oiiihi. aa.i t I I l
Buiiitu, see iwford, cf. 4 l a o
Owln, rt... I 1 1 0 Cobh. r( I 110
Thnnar, If ... 4 1 t 0 ORoeeman. lb.. 4 1 11 I
Stehl, lb. t t 14 0 icnuchlla. lb. I 4 1
Winner, aa...l 14 1 lTtaomea. 0....1 1 t 1 t
ramaes, e .. I 1(4 oSrhmldt. o... I 1400
fiurrtietl, p.. I 10 0 ODownt, ID.... I 1 a "
teela. a 4 t 0 I .Rummere. a.. I 1 I
Mallln. p I 10 0
Totals SO II IT 11 1 'lone. 1 0 0
Kllllfer 0 .
' Totals M 10 17 14 4
Batted for Downes In ninth.
Ran for Mullln In ninth.
Detroit fO 800000O&-
Boston i...0 0 1 1 0 0 58
Two-base hit: Carrigan. Hits: Off Sum
mers, 8 In five and one-third innings; off
Steel, T In seven Innings. Sacrifice hits:
Crawford, Coughlln, Lord 2). Stolen bases:
Mclntyre, Oessler. Double play: Downs
(unassisted). ift on bases: Detroit. 8;
Boston. 6. First base on. balls: Off Sum
mers, t; off Mullln. 2; off Burchell, 2: off
Steele. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By Steele,
1. Struck out: Bv Hummers, 2; by Mullln,
4; by Steele. I. Wild pilches: Burchell, 1
Time: 2:10. Umpire: Bvans.
Browns 'Win from Athletics.
' ST. DOVIS. July 81 The local Americans
not an early lead In the third game of the
series With Philadelphia and won out easily.
gT. LOlIS PHILADELPHIA.
AB.H.O.A . AB.H.O.A.B
. Stone. If 4 I 1 0 OH.rteel, If
Hrta.ll. rf . 4 1 1 t OMrlng . ,cf .. . 8 0 0 0
' Wllhema. Ib.l I I I OPeyle. IB t 110 1 0
Wallace. aa...4 .0 1 4 -4 Murphy. rf...4 J
rrrla. lb Collins, lb 11
C. Jonee, ef. I 1 0 "Parry. Jb 4 0 0 4 1
T. Jonea, lb.. I 1.10 1 Nlrhola. ee. .. 1 1 J 1
Pp.n.er. o.... I 0 ,i 1 oPnw.rm c 1 1 I 1 1
Falley. P..... J 1 0 0 oBr-nder. p.... I 0 0 10
Waddell. p ..l 0" 0 0 '8eybr,l4 1 0 0 0 0
Coomb. If... 1 1 - 0 0
Totals - ? II I'Srhrerk 1 0 0 0
ftmltb 1 0 0 0 0
Totals.. ..'.. J 14 11 1
Batted for Hsrtsel In seventh.
Baited for Powers In ninth.
Batted for Oldrlng In ninth.
Bl T.mila ...1 0 10 0 0 11 4
fhll.l.liihla 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0-2
Two-base hit: Stone. 'Three-base hits:
Hsrtsel, Davis. Horns runs: Davis, Hart-
- REAL ESTATE
C1TV I'UOPKRTY ron SALE
TOUR-ROOM HOUSE WITH BASEMENT.
CORN Kit LOT, 82x941276 CASH. BAL
ANCE 310 PER MONTH.
. W. II. GATES,
OT NEW TORK LIFE. "PHONE D.-12M
(1) 417 81
New home. 4 rooms, modern except heat;
lot 40x70; east front; IH8 N. 28th Ave.,
l 31,500; essy terms; would consider clear
I vacant lot for first payment.
R. A. MEACHHON, Owner,
--', rCUy Savings Bank.
U.j 2S Aug 1
R'iED ABSTRACT CO., Est. 186C Promul
service. Ut our prices. 1710 Farnaro be
, T 7-ROOM modern house on large corner lot,
2Mh and Keea fits.; room for three houses.
N. Fengei61 Bea Bldg. Tel. Red 3167.
I 0 834 21 X
PEAL B8TAT TITLE TRUST fJQ
CHA K WILLIAMSON. Pres. "
PAIIM A1HU AiA.aCit U8U FOR A1.B
TRAMPING LAKH. BaskatchewaD anil
Boulhern Alberta selected lands, U to 111
per acre. Settlers secure farms on crou
nat mant Dlan- Agents wanted. Wnts
Oundy Oundy, De;U B, Union Bank
Btdg.. Winnipeg. .
GOOD FARMING LAND Noar Denver.
Orosley district; wells 36 to 40 feet; abun.
dance of bioisture; gansral farming, In
cltidlnc corn raising; cna crop pays for
TTaTtriNAT. INVESTMENT CO..
881 Brandei BMg. Omaha, Nab.
WANTED Wa hara several thousand
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want good, live aaenia to rpresent us.
Glob Land aiid lavsslmant Co.. Omaha,
,'aAROAINS in Nebraska land; few good
0-acre homealuads, often cheap relln-
oulalimenta. J. C Heraina, wnitman. u.
A SNAP. .
rilE financial flurry last fall enabled us
i buy a l.inxi-acre alfalfa, grain and stock
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offer this rancn at a small advance. J.
V. Bowman, WO.U Cauwell. broken Uor,
Nab. ti). Maw AX I
A RARE OPPORTUNITY,
gy homestead of 440 acrea In Kimball
county. Neb.. yng tn a rich, productive
country, nine miles from county seat.
There is no government land to be had
In this locality and unimproved land sells
fur 31150 to 315W per acr. For valid
reason I am - unabt to stay on this
plac th required time to prov up,
which la five years, hence have offered
am tor sale. 1 have over $1,000 in Im
provements, also 46 acres In crop. Don t
write unless you can coma at one and
look at th .above. Price, 32.60. casta.
Address "Owner. Kimball, Neb.
tJ0-M4o8 aug 4
Four ectlon of good hay and pasture
land. Price, M.MI. Frank Morrtasey,
Basil Mill. Kpox County, Neb.
(20) M446 Sx
HERBS A 8NAP.
Good until Aug. L 1-
an acre MO acre Banner county,
Nebraska: land between Heath and Kirk,
8611 cash; balance easy payments cov
ered by Union Paclfio R. R. contract.
,"hls contract is at our office and will b
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tali or write
a hiK W. f. BH ELTON LAND AGENCY,
118. Boulta loth Bt.. Omaha, Ntrb.
t) ti 81
D WILL give you a start In th world.
Chanoe ut a Iilelim. Wa sell a farm
and two kt in th flowing well
I district of DUntnlt county, Texas.
for 3210. payable 810 monthly, n
Interest, no taxes for two years. Farm
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4) Choice land, sweet water, a California
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PANY, nan Antonio. Tax.
y U-M43 AugliX
VKdT Investment In tha world. 1.000 acre
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14 faet deep; nothing better for corn,
cotton, can. He and truck of all kinds;
land adjoining producing 104 oushels
I largo oil faslds. with tin oil Indication;
)nuai soil at one; for quick sal only
f III 8 r arte; ai cask; balance on,
two. hr year. M. M. Jackaon. Bay
City. T - . 130 M4i8i
I. Hits: off Pallev, 4 In six and one- J
third Innlnsr: off Wsdrtell. 8 In two and
two-thtri Innlnss. Sacrifice hits: Uld
rlng. Williams. J. Colllna. Stolen bases: T.
Jones. C. Junes. Double play: Ferris to
Williams to Jnnes. I.eft on hssee: St.
Unuls, 3: Philadelphia. First baee on
balls: Off Bailey, , off Waddell. t Struck
out: By Hsltey, 8; by Bender. ; by Wad
dell, 1. Time: J:0t fmplre: Connolly.
Hap Pile Ip Bis cre.
CLEVELAND. July 31 Cleveland de
feated New York today. 1- to 8. Chesbro
and Billiard were hit hard and received
poor support. Josh Clarke wss put out of
the game for disputing a decision. Home
runs were made by Hlnehman and N.
CLEVELAND. KIW YORK.
AB.H.O A F AB.H O A E
Clarke. If. I 1 0 0 SCosroy. t...t 114 0
Blrrn ham. If. 0 0 1 0 K-eler. rf....t I 0 0
Hradley, Sb..t 1 I a OChaee. lb 4 11 0 1
Turner, rf ...4 1 0 0 Hemphill, C..4 I I 1
Le)o!e, Ih a 1 I I PMoriarltr, IM 1 I I !
Slnrall, lb...! I II 0 r lielrhanty. If. I 0 I 0 0
Hickman, lb. 0 0 0 (Kali, aa 4 1 J J
N. Clarka. e. 1 1 I I tKleleow. 0 1 S 1
Peyldeon, .. 0 0 1 0 OCheabro. p.... I 0 t 0
AJtlier. CI....4 110 lSween.y, C...1 0 113
Hlnrhtnan. aa 4 111 I Billiard. P...1 0 0 0 1
ralkenbrrs. p 4 0 0 0 flNII-a 1 0 0 0 0
Foalar, p 00000
Totals M 7 14 II
Ttll 3 14 17 11 1
Batted for Billiard In ninth.
Cleveland 2 0 0 0 4 0 t i 16
New York 0 10000 0J0 8
Hits: Off Chesbro, 8 In five Innings; off
Billiard, 8 In three Innings; off Falken-
bera. 7 In eight Innings. Bases on errors
Cleveland. 4; New York. J. Two-base hits:
Turner. Stnvall. Three-base hit: Bajole.
Home runs: N. Clarke Hlnehman. bacrl
flce hits: Bradley, Hinchman, N. Clarke,
Keeler. Double plavs: l.ajole to Hlnehman
to 8tovall; N. Clnrke to Btovall. Left on
bases: Cleveland. 8: New York. 7. Struck
out: By Falkenherg, 8; by Foster. 1; by
Chesbro, 1; by Billiard. 2. Passed ball:
Pweeney. Wild pitches: Falkenberg. 1;
Foster. 1. Time: 21. Umpires: Bherldan
White So a Defeat Senators.
CHICAGO. July 81. Chicago pounded In
four runs off Charles Smith In the first
three innings asralnst Washington today,
enough to win easily, 4 to 1. Score:
AU 11 O A K AB.H.O. A C.
Hahn. rf 4 110 c Milan, rf ... I 0 1 t)
Jnnea. rf 1 110 Kianler. If ... 4 1 4 0 O
tJrmahertjr, If I 4 0 0 t'nslaiib. lb . 4 0 0 f
Andaraon. lb. 4 113 OPelnhantr, lb 4 0 5 1 0
Davla. tb 4 0 1 4 OEdm'nda'n. rf I 1 1 0 0
Parent, aa....4 Oil t McBrlda, as.. I 1 1 i 0
Sulllran, ... 4 1 7 0 0 Street, c 1 0 4 10
Purtell. lb.... 4 10 4 CBrhlpke, Ib.l 10 11
F. Smith, p.. 10 0 1 jClymer. lb... 1 0 0 0 0
C. Smith, p.. 1 0 0 1 0
Totala 15 11 It 14 0 Keeler, p 0 0 0 I
Plrkartnf ... 1 0 0 0 0
Totala IS t 14 10 1
Batted for C. Smith in the eighth.
Chicago J 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4
iWashington 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-base hit: Ganley. Three-base hit:
Edmondson. Hits: Off C. Smith, in
seven innings; off Keeley, 2 in one In
ning. Stolen bases: Ganley. Davis, An
derson. Doua-herty (3), Jones. Double
plays: McBrlde to Delehanty to L'ng
laub; Parent to Davis to Anderson; Da
via to Parent to Anderson. Left on bases:
Chicago. 11; Washington, 8. Base on oals:
Off C. Smith, 4; off F. Smith, 1. Struck
out: By C. Smith, 3: by eeley. 1; by F.
Smith. 6. Time: 1:52. Umpires: Hurst
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homes of the best people.
FARM AND HA.CH LAM) FOR SALE
ON AUGUST 18TH.
To Brown and Edmuns counties, 8. D.
We have 150 choice quarters that wa are
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This Is a golden opportunity. Write us
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WAIT INVESTMENT CO.,
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TIMBER AND TIMBER LANDS are bet
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Either large or small Investors will be
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REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
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PRIVATE MONEY-CASH ON HAND
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NAT. BANK BLDU. TaiU DOUG. l,a.
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Peter Trust Co.
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Money to loan on
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Room L New York Ufa Bldg.
PRIVATE MONEY to loan. 8400 to .0n0;
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Wanted To Buy
We have a client who want to buy a
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Payne Investment Company,
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Tels. : Douglas 1781. Ind A USs
.at 4tf7 31
WANTED Moderate priced horae and run
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WANTED TO RENT
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dlNtrtct; reliable party; will pay 850
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STOVE, FURNACE. STEAM and hot water
boiler repairs; water fronts.
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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND
' Tha following- propositi antandmaat t
tha essaunuos of Us mat of Mebiraaka,
aa haraiaartes set forth ta fall. Is tub.
mltted to th alaotora of th tttavi af -
kraaaa, so aa vowa npon at the goaei
alatooea to ha feald Tmaaday, ovaanker 84,
A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend Sections
two t-). four it), five six t) and
CHICAGO WINS FROM BOSTON
Cubi Take ToTirth Straight Victory
OVERALL KEEPS HITS SCATTERED
Doable and Riant M,les Reanlt la
Bat On It a a Scores of Other
Games In the National
BOSTON. July 81. Chicago took the
fourth straight game from Boston today,
S to 1. Score:
AB.H.O.A K. AB.H.O. A.B.
Stasia, cf 4 1 1 3 0 Beaumont, ef. 4 1 I 0
Bhorksrd. If.. 4 0 I 0 tliahlen. aa ... I 1111
Cham-, lb... 4 Oil 0 I Keller, If ... 10 0 1
Evara, lb....l 14 1 C MKiann. lb.. 4 0 II 0 0
gtelnfeldt. Ib.l 10 4 ORItcher. lb.. 4 1 I 4 I
.1110 9Hrowna, rf .1 1110
.4114 Sgweenejr, Ib .l Ilia
.4141 OGraham. e.... 4 1 I J
.10 0 1 OLInriatnan. p. 1 0 0 i C
Bowermaa ..1 0 0 0 0
a mil i
Totala 14 rM 14 1
BOatted for Llndaman in the ninth.
Tinker out, hit by batted ball.
Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 13
Boston 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hit: Beaumont. Home run;
Kllng. Sacrifice hits: Howard, Browne,
Overall, Sweeney, Steinfeld;. Stolon
bases: Evers, Sweeney. Inmble play:
Evers to Tinker to Chance. Left on bases:
Chicago, (; Hoston, it). Base on balls:
Off Overall. 2; off Llndaman, 1. Base on
errors: Chicago, 1; Boston, 1. Struck
out: By Overall, K by Llndaman, 2. Time:
1:41. Umpire: Blgler.
Cardinals Kmmr for Giant a.
NEW YORK. July 81. New York scored
another easy victory over St. Louis today.
NEW TORK. iT. LOI I8.
AB.H O A E AB.H.O. A G.
Tenner, lb... 4 14 0 1 Barry, rf 4 I 1 i 0
Doyle, lb 4 1 I 5 ORelllr. aa ... 0 18 0
Braanabas, e. I 1 I 0 1 Murray, ct...l 0 10 0
Needhatn. c. 1 0 I 0 0 Konetrhy, lb. I 0 1 1 1
Donhn. rf. ... I 1 1 0 a Iwlch.nir. If. I 8 i 0 0
Prrmuur, cf.. 4 (31 OCnarlea, lb-lb 4 1110
Brain, cf 1 0 0 0 0 Ludarla, C....4 16 10
Derlln, 3b.... I 1 1 1 OOllhert, lb... 0 0 0 0
McCorm'k. If. 4 1 10 OByma, lb 4 1110
Merkls, H.... 0 0 0 0 0 Luih, p 1 0 0 10
Brtdwell. aa..l 1 0 1 1 Raymond. p..l 0 0 1 0
Harms. aa...O 0 0 1 (thaw 1 0 0 0 0
Taylor, p..... 11030
Totals ta 1 24 15 1
Totals 14 14 17 II 1
Batted for Raymond In ninth.
St. Louis 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
New York 1 6 0 0 8 0 10
Two-base hits: Doyle, Donlln, Seymour,
McCormlck. Barry. Hits: Off Lush, 7 In
ame and one-third inning; off Raymond,
7 in In six and two-thirds Innings. Stolen
bases: Tenney, Seymour, Devlin, Hersog,
Murray. Konetchy. Double plays: Doyle
to Tenney; Hersog to Doyle to Tenney.
'Left on bases: St. Louis. 7; New York, 7.
Bases on balls: Off Taylor. 3; off Lush, 2;
fff Raymond. 3. First base on errors: St.
ouls. 8; New York. 1. Struck out: By
Taylor, 7; by Raymond, 2. Wild pitch:
Raymond. Time: 1:50. Umpire: Johnstone.
Phillies Blank Reds.
PHILADELPHIA, July 31. Philadelphia
thirteen (13), of Article six (), of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska,
relating to Judicial Powers.
8 It KesolTsd by tb legislature of tb
tat of nsDrasxai
Section 1. Amendment Proposed. That
Section two (2) of Article six (6), of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska, bo
amended to read as follows:
Section 2. (Supreme court judges!
lurlsdlotlon.) The- Supreme Court shall
consist of seven (7) judges; and a majority
of all eleoted and qualified Judges shall be
necessary to constitute a quorum or pro
nounce a decision. The Supreme Court
shall have Jurisdiction in all cases relating
to the revenue, civil cases in wnicn tne
state Is a party, mandamus, quo warranto,
habeas corpua, and such appellate Juris
diction as may be provided by law.
Section 1. (Amendment proposed-) That
Section four (() of Article six (6). of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska, bo
amended to read as follows:
Section 4. (Buprem court, fudges,
election; term, resldenoe.) The judges of
the Supreme Court shall be elected by the
electors of the state at large; and their
term of office, except as herelnsfter pro
vided, shall be six years. And said Supreme
Court judges shall, during their term of
office, reside at the place where the court
Section 3. (Amendment proposed.) That
Section five (fit of Article fix (6) of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska be
amended to read as follows:
Section 6. (Buprem court, Judges,
lection, term chief iustlo. ) That at
the general election to be held in the state
of Nebraska in the year 19i9, and each six
years thereafter, there shall be elected three
(3) judge of the Supreme Court, who shall
hold their office for the period of six years;
that at the general election to be held In
the state of Nebraska In the year 1911. and
each six years therafter, there shall be
elected three (3) Judges of the Supremo
Court, who shall hold their office for the
period of six years; and at the general elec
tion to be held tn the state of Nebraska in
the year 1913, and each six years thereafter,
there shall be elected a Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, who shall hold his office
for the period of six years. Provided, that
the member of the Supreme Court whose
term of office expires In January, 1914. shall
be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court dur
ing that time until the expiration of his
term of office. And. provided further, that
upon the adoption of these amendments by
tne electors of the State, the Governor
ahall. Immediately upon Issuing the procla
mation declaring said amendments adopted,
appoint four (4) judgea of the Supreme
Court, two (2) of w hom shall be appointed
to hold taid office until their successors
shall be elected at the general election In
19"9, and have qualified: and the other two
(?) shall hold their office until their sue
ctasors shall be elected at the general elec-
tlon held In 19U. and have qualified. ' worm ana uey, Kansas; r orts i. A. Kus
Sectlon 4. (Amendment proposed.) That sell, Mackenzie and Washakie, Wyoming;
Section six ttil of Article six til. of the I Fort Des Moines. Iowa, and Fort Meade.
Constitution of the Htate of Nebraska, be
amended to read as follows:
Section 4. (Chlsf Justice.) Th Chief
Justice shall serve as such during all the
term for which he was elected. He shall
preside at all terms of the Supreme Court,
and In his absence the judges present shall
select one of their number to preside tempo
rarily. Section G. amnamnt rroposea.) 'mat
Section thirteen (13). of Article six (4), of
the Constitution of Ntbraska, be amended
to read as follows:
Section 18. (Judges, salaries.) That
judges of th Supreme Court shall each
receive a salary of 84,jW. and the Judges of
the District Court shall each receive a
aalary of 33,000 per annum, payable quar
Approved April 8, 1807.
I, Geo. C. Junkln, Secretary of State, of
the State of Nebraska, do hereby certify
that the foregoing proposed amendment to
the Constitution of the State of Nebraska
la a true and correct copy of the original
enrolled and engrossed bill, ss passed : the
Thirtieth sesxion of the legislature of the
State of Nebraska, as appears from said
original bill on flic In this office, and that
said proposeu amendment Is submitted to
the qualified voters of the State of Ne
braska for their adoption or rejection at
the general lection to be held on Tuesday
the 3rd day of November, A. D. 1K08.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the
State of Nebraska Done at Lincoln, this
ISth day of July, In the year of our Loid
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Right,
and of the Independence of the United
Ststes the One Hundred and Thirty-third,
and of this State the Forty-second.
GEO. C. JUNKIN.
(Seal.) Secretary of State.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND
MENT. Th following proposed amendment to
th ooBstitntloa of the Btat ef Mebraska,
aa hereinafter sat forth ta full, 1 aub
mittad to tha electors of the Btat of -hraska,
to he voted apoa at the general
election to ha held Tuesday, Movembi
A. D. IPOS.
A JOINT RESOLUTION to propose an
Amendment to Section 8. Article 8, of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska.
Be it Besolvad aad Snaoted by tha Leglav.
lataxe of the Btate ef afssraakai
becUoD 1. (Ajneadmeat.) That at th
general election for Mat and learUiatlve
officers to be held on the Tuesday succeed
ing the first Monday in November, 19u6. the
following provision be proponed and sub
mitted to the electors of the at ate a an
amendment to Beotios) 8, Arltcle 1 of th
Constitution of th State of Nebraska:
Sectloa 8. (.BdaoaUoBal FaaAa, vest-
shut out Cincinnati In a game msrked by
senaatlonsl fielding by both teams. Score:
AB H O A K AB H O A.K
Grant, 3h .... 10 17 0 Kane, ff I 0 0
Knahe. lb ...I 1 I 1 SHuaalna. Ib .l 10 0 1
T.tua. rf 4 0 OLfbert, Jb ... 1 1119
Maaoe. If 4 4 1 0 0 S. hlel, t 1 110 9
Hranafleld. lb I 111 1 OGaniel, lb ... 4 II 0 V
Oiborna. rf. .. I 1 1 0 Ta'kert, If.
Pnoiia, as 4 111 r Mitmell, rf
!.. In. a I 0 4 t P Hulawlll, sa
Foaen. p 4 0 14 OCoakley. p.
Ml Lean ...
1 1 o t o
.4 t- 1 0 v
.1 0 0 0 0
Totala 11 1 17 14 4
Totala...... n 1 14 II 1
Batted for Coakley In the ninth.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 3
Cincinnati 0 0000000 0 0
Two-base hits: Make (2). Osborne.
Hugglns. Sacrifice hits: Lohert. Brans
field. Left on baaes: Cincinnati. ; Phil
adelphia . Struck out: By Coakley. 2;
by Koxen. J Double plays: Hugglns to
Hulswltt to Cancel; llulawltt to Hansel;
Grant to Bransfleld Grant to Knobe to
Bransfleld. Base on errors: Philadel
phia. 1. Base on balla: Off Coakley, 3;
off Foxen, 4. Hit by pitched ball: By
C.akley, 1; by Foxen. 1. Wild pitch:
Foxen. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Klein.
rittsborar Defeats Brooklyn.
BROOKLYN. July 3i. tn a game which
was enlivened by sharp fielding Itttsburg
beat Brooklyn today, 4 to 2. The visitors
made a neat triple play In the third In
AB.H.O. A.K. AB.H.O. A. E.
Leach, lb.... I 111 oBurrh. If 4 1100
Shannon. cf.. 1 4 l ' Pattea. 2b... I 1 I
riarko If 4 0 1 0 0 Hummel, lb. . 4 1 1 10
Wagner, as . . 1 1 0 1 Alperman, rf. I 1 0 0 0
Ab llrhlo. lb. 1 1 1 1 t Learla, aa 2 0, 41 0
Wllann, rf.... 4 1 1 0 OBiTarn. C....4 1110
Swaclna, lb.. 4 1 11 1 fSh-han, 3b . 4 1 I 1 0
Olbeon, t I 0 1 0 IMaloney. cf..4 0 0 0 0
lladdox, p.... 4 1 0 1 0Ru.ker, p.... I 1 J 1 J
Totala II 10 17 11 1 Totala .10 7 17 11 0
Pittsburg 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 J 0
Brooklyn 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 02
Three-base hit: Wagner. Sacrifice hits:
Leach, Lewis (2). Stolen bases: Wilson,
Gibson. Burch, Pattee. Triple play:
Leach to Swaclna to Abbatichlo. Double
rlavs: Leach to Swaclna; Sheehan to
Hummel to Lewis; Iewls Ho Hummel:
Pattee, unassisted. Base on balls: Off
Rucker, ; off Maddox, 2. Hit by pitched
boll: By Maddux. 1. Struck out: By
Rucker. 6; by Maddox. Wild pitch:
Rucker. Time: 1:45. Umpires: Rud
derham and Emslie.
Red Cload Falla Bark Xoteh.
FRANKLIN. Neb.. July St. (Special Tele
gram.) Bed Cloud fell back In Its old track
and let Franklin have today's ball game
with ease. Clegg, who pitched yesterday
for the visitors, was in the box again today
and If he had received any kind of support
the result would have been different. The
feature of today's game was the heavy
stick work of the locals at the right time.
Carey in the third got a three-bas'ger,
bringing in two scores. In the fifth with
all bases full Greenwood drove the ball out
for three bases and cleared the diamond.
In the eighth Bonner came up with a man
on third and one on second and made a
nice two-base hit and the two men came
home. Bradbrook. shortstop for Red Cloud,
wss the first man up and made the longest
hit made today. The quick fielding held
tiirn on third. Score:
Franklin 0020800 -7
Red Cloud 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-4
Batteries: Franklin, Smith and Bonner;
Red Cloud, Clegg and Schoonover. Struck
out: By Smith. 8; by Clegg, 14. Hits:
Franklin. 8; Red Cloud, 7. Uhiplre: Perry.
mant-l All funds belonging to the state
for educational purposes, the interest and
income whereof only are to be used, shall
be deemed trust funds held by the state,
and the state ahall supply all losses thereof
that may In any manner accrue, so that
the same fchall remain fnraaer inviolate
and undiminished; and shall not be invested
or loaned except on United States or state
aecurities, or registered school district bonds
of this state, and such other securities aa
the legislature may from time to time
direct. And such funds, with the Interest
and income thereof, are hereby solemnly
Pledged for the purpose for which they are
granted and set apart, and shall not be
transferred to any other fund for other
uses. " '
Section 2. (Ballots) Adoption.) That
at said election In the year, L8. on the
ballot of each elector voting Xwreat, there
shall b printed or written the -werds: "For
proposed amenoment to tne -iconaiiiuuon
with reference to the investment . of the
permanent school fund," and -'Against said
proposed amendment to the Constitution
with reference to the Investment of the
permanent school fund." And If a majority
of all voters at said election shall be for
such amendment the same ahall be deemed
to be adopted.
Approved April 5, 1W7. '
I, Geo. C. Junkln, Secretory of State, of
the State of Nebraska, do hereby certify
that the foregoing proposed amendment to
the Constitution of the State of Nebraska
Is r true and correct copy of the original
enrolled and engrossed bill,' as passed by
the Thirtieth session of the legislature of
the State of Nebraska, as appears from
said original bill on file In this office, and
that said proposed amendment Is submitted
to the qualified voters of the State of Ne
braska for their adoption or rejection at the
general election to be held on Tuesday, the
3rd day of November. A. D. lig.
In tetlmony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the
State of Nebraska. Done at Lincoln, this
15th day of July, In the year of our Lord
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eight,
and of the Independence of the. United
States tha One Hurrlred and Thirty-third,
and of this State the Forty-accond.
GEO. C. JUNKIN.
(SeaU Secretary of State.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Nebraska, August 1, . Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, will be received
here and by quartermasters at the posts
named herein, until 10 a. m., central standard
time, August 31, 190. for furnishing oats,
bran, hay and straw, during the period
from October 1, 190S, to Juno 30, 1SU9, at
Omaha Q. M. denot. Forts Crook. Omaha,
and Robinson, Nebraska; Forla Leaven-
South Dakota. Proposals for delivery at
other places will not be entertained. United
States reserves the right to reject or accept
any or ail proposals or any part thereof,
information furnished on application here,
or to quartermasters at stations named.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Forage" and ad
dressed to MAJOR D. E. MCARTHY,
C. Q. M. Al-3-4:27-28:a
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Carol ine and Gottlnb Anders to Dirk
C Hass and wife, lot U. block 8,
Horbach'a 2d add: also s4 feet lot 6.
block 1, E. V. Smith's add S.Jw
Arcninaid p. Murtagh to Frank S.
Whitman, lot 15. block 120. Dundee
South Omaha Land Co. to Edgar W.
Crcviaton. lot 6. block 19. Sjuth
nana r. n iria 10 nrnrii'iia 13.
' Wleck, lot 11, block . Shlnn'a ad.. 1
Nebraska National bank to National
Ijind Co.. nH lot 4. block li. West
End add 1
National Ii nil Company to Reed
Bros. nVs lot , block lti. West End a I 1
Grace L. 1-ove and husband to Heed
Bros., lot 17. block 3. Crelghton
Height add 1
Joseph Leibentritt et al. to Mat
thias Kaiser et al. lots 5 and 13.
Marshall & Lobeck's sub 1,10)
Walter C. Wyrlck and wife to Wal
ter L. Selby, lots 12. 13. 14. 15, 14.
block 4 W. L. Selby 's 1st add 1
Walter L. Selby and wife to Walter
C. Wyrlck. lots 13, 14. 15, 16, block
4, Rush dt B.-lby's add 1
Marlon A. Kline and wife to Joseph
B. Robinson, H lot 12, block 2, A.
5. Patrick s add T50
Charlea F. Impey to Jennie E. 1m-
pey, sublot 4 of taxlot 32, 15-1S-13 4,000
John J. Gillln and wife to Hellen
Broderick and Kllnora MaslowskU
lot 8, block 8, Jetter's adj. J
Hattie J. Wayne to Charles Cor belt,
lots 8 and 4, Okahoma add 1
County treasurer to Parkway Real
Folate Co., lots 7 and 8. block 4,
Myers, Richards & Tllden's adJ
Robert LaSalle and wife to Harry D.
Reed, lots 8 and , block la. Clifton
Hill add Z
Western Furnace and Foundry Co. to
Oradell Farms Dairy Co., n40 feet '
lot 14. block 3. aubdlv of nta, lot 14.
East Omaha -. 100
County treasurer to J. E. Baum. let
80. block 1. and lot 11. block 8.
Melrose Hill add
flame to same, lots t and 4, block. 4.
Mayn Place '.
OMAHA WINS, RHODES HERO
Champiom Take First of Series from
, Sioux 'Mid Excitement.
KTaUTJ T17T ff-THrtl TW TaCT TWWTSn
ii aa yy am la ill a.y iwiwa
Lea Ran Is Made tr Pa's Sew
Twlrler, Mho Toy with I)srk
Unas as If They Were
Omaha, 1; Sioux City, 0.
The haughty Sioux were not only beaten
but shut out In the first game of this l
c-.i.l... .a I
as, i (. aa I. BC I ill r IIUIlJi nliriliuuii cauva
" '",T " i ." "
hotel in their bua. thinking of the score
of 1 to 0. It was a bitter dose for Ducky
anrt hie trih in aaaalinay aa thv have been
,iu.. . .... . , ,. .,
telling far and wide what they were going
to do to the Rourke family when they
reached Omaha. They had thought or
.w,i ... , .v,. .
mu moi i.ui. navi rr.:
Starr, their crack pitcher, lor a week, giv
ing him a thorsugh rest that they might
by no possibility lose that first game. I
The trouble was they did not rest Starr
quite long enough. He pitched great ball 1
for eight Innings, but weakened In the
ninth weakened the very first time he
got In a tight place. The Champions had I
been able to hit him but twice until that
last inning, when he became shaky and
passed the first two men. He had the best
of the argument all the way through until
that fatal ninth. He had not passed a
man, and In spite of the fact that Andreas
was a little wabbly he saw to It that not
an Omaha player reached second base un
til that last Inning.
Rhodes the Blsr Noise.
rK.i.. .. ... v... .u .v.. , jt i .
...insure io uic uuj iu otiiuiii wis uig virun
belongs for winning the game, as he not I
uiijjt pm-iieu niBKfmtceni oau. ouv maua I
h. -Ir. t,V,. h n .1 Kl-
cumroi or. ine Dan, wnen it is oonsiaerea
this la but the second game he has pitched I
this year. All aprlng and early summer he
sat on the bench of the St. Louis Nationals,
and during that time pitched but four in-
nlngs. II was a trifle wild at tlmea and
passed six men, three of them when It
seemed, to. hurt, as they were the first men
up In three successive Innings. But when
harp, clearheaded work was needed he
was there with the goods, and although
the Sioux had eight men left on bases he
held them down at critical times. Three
times they had runnsrs on third and three
ttm.a their ma.t.e TKri- i
' ' "
Rhodes showed his superiority over Starr
tn. fh r.r.rr,rJl ..H.t..lL. .11 ...
-..w ....... neu.a.iv,iw. vm. .ii e
tators. For Rhodes was even better In
pinches than tn the clear, while Starr went
. .. J 8 ' Very
first time hi nerve wa put to a supreme
test. Rhodes mowed down the Sioux as If
they had been a. many children, striking
out eleven of them, and then, when he
would But himself in the hole bv naaslns
the first man up. the little fellow would
, . . . .1
teady and begin to mow 'em down again,
lie simply toyed with this vaunted aggrega-
tlon of self-styled inivlnctbles.
Interest at Fever Point.
The game was a great one to watch.
Three thousand fana aat In ausnenss
throughout the nine Innings and broke Into
bedlam at the aenaatlnnel rinieh Tka
intense rivalry of the team, gave Intense
Interest to the contest and each team fought
with desperate effort to gain the vantage
around bv winning the first arame of the
series, which mean so much In the pennant
The last half of the ninth inning wa the
Wi. : jt , nnn m n
iian-iaiiri aiiu tiiv e.wv tana iiwu uv anu
made th old park ring with pandemonium.
Rhode wa the first man up, and as he
hail alrearlv hoenma milt. hern In tha
eyes of the fan, he was given good round
applause, which grew louder as the Omaha
ooacher called upon the crowd to turn
lonae. He waited llkn a veteran until I'm-
plre Haskell motioned him Uy first on four
wide ones. Fear of Red Fisher and his
liltla titint culiaerl Rlarr tn laane, another
r , ' ,. 1
pans, risner is a gooa waiter, anyway, ana
when he had the help of a man on base and
a rtltohee eh1 u.'na aft-elri he wee vnlne t
bunt, It was a cinch he would go down on
balls. Rhode had In the meanwhile reached
second base on a passed ball. Then came
little King. He showed clearly that he
... , .v, ....
" . . . "'T .""".. '.'
and, aitnougn tne esioux inrieid wa in
closer he put one toward Welch and then
beat It out. Welch threw the ball wild
.... .. . . ..wa..
and Hester got tangled up In th dust from
Kings suae and in aunngnt, and tne Dan
kept going. In th meanwhile Rhode wa
,".fi" v,e,t . .hi. n
vw... -v. ......
King's bunt and walked on horn when
Welch threw tha ball away.
Fan Are Servoas.
Rhode had the fan a little nervous on
several occasions and It looked aa though
one of hi passe might sooner or later
develop into a run. In the first with one
out, he walked Ducky, who stole second
and went to third on a passed ball, but
mere ne aiea. in tne seconu urtnviur nit
one over Autrey' head
for a single, went
j w 7 L .
talked, but died at
to second when Shea w
third when Starr grounded one to Austin,
In the fourth Andreaa the flrat man un
In th fourth Andreas, tne nrsi man up,
drew a pass, was sacrificed to second, went
to third on Welch's Infield out, but ther
. .... v.
ne aiea. a. xie.icr .uula uu x...
opened with Danrjy Green drawing a pass,
H went to econd on an Infield out and
. , . . ..... v, .111. .
died at third when Granville hit a sharp
one to r rancK, wno lusiieu tne Dan 10
Austin. It was a fin play for Buck.
Omaha Play Errorless Game.
double play. Fisher hit a clean on p
the pitcher and Welch hit safe betw
Andreas and Hester. King bunt wa
th third hit. Granville hit one to right
field over Autrey' bead and In the eighth
Inning Sioux City made two more li
which, with a stolen base, wa not eno
each flew out to Belden and Andreas hit
by striking out.
Crowd Eager to Get la.
Yesterday was ladles' day and th ladle
the fact. Ther have been larger crowd
this season, very much larger, but non
wa mors eager to get In th park than
that ii v-.lur.1av Tha aatekaenem
that one yesterday, in . gatekeepers,
flanked on an aide Dy Dig policemen,
had all they could possibly do to accom-
modate the mass. Excitement wa on Up
.... .u e. . ....
from th Urn th fir.t man got Inside
until tne last naa gone; everyooay knew
what It meant to win that first gain.
Tnt.r.,1 centfrelt An KhlUAl the new
Omaha pitcher, .0 far a. Individual Inter-
sat went, tne result iiiuwco r. nnoae 1 tesm dereated tne laurwell Tigers at Hur
to b a pitcher of nerve and head and I well yesterday by a -score of ( to L Bur-
great delivery. HI wlldnes at time 1
evidently due to a lack of work.' It Is I
probable h will pitch th laat of th
Th same team play today; gam called
at 1:4S. and tomorrow tbay will play al
double-Leader. Eandern wilt be oa the I
r"Paww4Je rt h Trimi l
1 a a aaa 1 1 1 i wa
1 ' I
I nn -
AMKR AS8 N. I
Omaha 87 t .H Indianapolis. . 43 ,41
Sioux City. ..: 1 .Mlll-oulsvllle 44
Uncoln S8 4 .141 Toledo
.f ... . .M
lerover ..... 50 61
496 Columbus M 4 .847
Pueblo 40 S8 .4Mlr-neapolls...M M Mt
Dra Moines.. 34 58 .870 Kansas Clty.. f.T .467
Milwaukee. ...4S b .
St. Paul 31 74 .3
NAT L. LEAGUE. AMER. LEAGUE.
Pittsburg ....M 3 .8!Detrolt 67 8 .-)
Chicag. UW.itHiSt. Ixmls .VI 3S .
rw ion....u if .awiChk-ago sji si .w
Plillailclphia.47 40 .Ml Cleveland ....4 43 .633
Cincinnati ...4A 46 .611 Philadelphia.. 44 4
.40 68 .435
.83 M .371
.31 60 ,341
Hoston 43 60 . 42
Washing! on.. .16 66 .
Now York. ...3! 60 .348
Western League-Sioux City at Omaha,
ru,m at Lincoln, Ivnver at Pes Moines,
National League Chicago - at Boston,
Pittsburg at Brooklyn. St. Ixiuis at New
Y'ork. Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Arnr,cn l.uW.hnrtrr at Ohlcaso
Boston at Detroit, New York at Cleveland,
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
American Association St. Paul at Col urn
bus, Minneapolis at Toledo. Kansas City at
Indianapolis, AUlwauksa at Louisville.
slab for Omaha and probabty Furohner
for Stoux Cltyi
R. II. O. A. E.
0 1 0 0.0
0 18 10
0 0 4.0 0
0 0 6 1 0
0 110 0
0 0 13 0
0 0 3 0 0
0 0 10 0
1 0 0 8 0
1 8 87 "o
R. II. O. A. E.
0 10 0 0
0 0 3 0 0
0 0 8 0 0
0 112 3
0 14 10
0 0 11 1
0 0 8 0 0
0 0 3 8 0
0 0 0 3 0
0 I 'M 11 1
... . , t
W '. 3b
None out when winning run scored.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
.......0 0101000 1-4
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
0 10 0 0 0 0 8 01
Passed hull.' ten.inJ QK. ii.
balls: Off Rhoades, ; ofV Starr, 3. Struck
basis: Omaha. 4: Rio i fx cf.v s ...ki.
plays: LeBrand to Autrey to King; Starr
i,?rvnvlul8 to Stolen bases: Camp-
H"Lm"'...AndIf- Sacrifice hits: An-
r ., ' .:rnvlll- Time: i:so. Ump re: Has
kell. Attendance: 8.000.
f Vrn. w n..TI
" . .y . a. a Ui IV 1 ta
I'neMo Throws Awar Chance to Win,
Darldana IlriyUe Is I ... ta
LINCOLN, Neb.. July ll.Today'. game
with Pueblo went to n Innings before
Lincoln could squeese In the winning run.
bases without a hit to heir, him .,2,.,,
Wild throws by Sullivan and Bonnn follow.
r. nt li1 on nans were contrlhut-
tacinr. unnno was wild In the onenlnr
innings, but pitched grand ball toward th
I ciose. rna visitor hr.d the bases full In
wmmJ .V. 2 . 5 Dut . Bonno
I enu miner ana v isrs
popped ud to the Infield. Davlriarm
I m the winning run In the tenth after Fox
r."2.TrV,cf. "yiason. Mat-
1 " w diiiiiu in ins outiieio
while Gaanier's shortstopplng was a fea
lure. A. OOUDIO Header 1 tn ba nlaved tn.
iTanlrTi": f,rZ"l" .Z
hlbltton game on Sunday as a bensflt to
-icuer wimur omitn. Bcore:
AB. R. H.
4 1 1
1 1 oomaa, ID,
I Prltchatt' Sb
I Mills, rf...
I Total 81 1 13 80
I AB. R. II.
O. A. E.
1 i I
BiSmcer,rif . . . !!!!!!!!!'. Ill
Patterson, 2b 3 0 0
MatllCXS, CI I V O
Clark, H 4 0 0
Miller, rf 3 0 0
I Cor nan, ss a. s 0 1
1 MitKe, 0 .... 10 1
I Wen' " A
Total 31 1 4 2S 17
One out when winning run scored.
Lincoln 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-3
Fueblo 1 010000000-1
Three-bass hit: Jude. Two-bas. hit: Da
vldson. Double play: Bonno. Oagnler to
Thomas. Ieft on bases: Lincoln. 10; Pu-
eblo.; Stolen bases: Fox, Sullivan, Spen-
er (1), Hogriever. Sacrifice hits: Fox,
Gaamler. Thomas (2), Davidson, Prltchett
(ii, fatterson, Matticxs. birurk out: py
"nno- 4; y Owen. 2. Bsse on balls:
P .nn. : off Owens, 1. Hit by pitched
Bail: tion no. i; uwens, l. wild pitch;
Bonno, L Time: 1:10. Umpire: Davis. At-
ERRORS COST DEB MOINES tAM
I Belden In Fin Form for Denver,
Making; .Three Ran,
DEB MOINES. July 11. Errors of omls
I ln and , commlsslsn lost another game for
for tn, m(;,t art the hit were timely.
i .aiunay ajut a nome run in ine aecona in
nln w'tl! m"on Vllr.1' KVh taanlu2
two pitcher. De Moloea drov Chabek
from th, tcen9 the eighth and Wltherup
was taken out to allow Dolan to bat for
I nlm In the same Inning. Dolan got th
)r, m,Z,m Ni.hnff h,.t
Belden made a trrar.d stop of Flournoy
stiff bounder and saved the game from be.
I Ing tied up In th eighth. The numeroui
:ame from be
erf0rs msde by Klnneally lately led Irwin
to put Belden at short. Barring one wild
throw the great batter did well. His bat
una; wae me leaiura 01 tne game, ocore
I " nrvvru
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Waldron, cf i 3 1 1 Q 0
Belden, ta 6 3 4 1 6 1
Casaady, rf 8 1110 0
White, lb 4 0 1 18 0 0
Irwin, 3b 4 0 110 0
Krueger, lb 4 0 ft 1 1 0
Lovett, If 3 1110 0
Zalusky, c 3 116 0 0
Chabek. p 1 0 5 0 6 0
Olmstsad, p 1 0 0 0 ft ft
Total 85 8 11 li 1
AB. R. II. O. A. E.
Flournoy, If 4 1 i 1 0 0
Pitspatitrk, ss 4 0 118 1
Dwyer. lb i 0 1 16 0 0
Bader, cf 3 0 0 1 0ft
Walsh, 8b 4 0 0 ) 1 0
Kelly, rf 4 0 0 6 0 1
Nlehoff. lb 8 111)0
Welgart, c 8 114 11
Wltherup, p 8 0 1 0 4 0
Nelson, p 4 ft 0 ft 1 ft
'Dolan ft 0 0 0 ft ft
Totals 33 6 37 1
Batted for Wltherup In eighth.
De Moines 0 0 0 0 I 0 1 1 06
Earned rune: Des Molnea. 4: nnvr a
Two-base hits: Nlehoff, Flournoy, Dwyer,
peiaen, tine, inree-nase nit: Belden,
I Lovett. UOlrt run: ibalUSky. Base on
be.lu. Off Wltherup. 1: off Chsbek. 8.
giruck out: By Wltherup, 4; by Chabek. 1;
by Olmstead, 1 Stolen baaes: Bader, Caa-
"dJr . Beld.n. Double play: Fltxpat-
rick to Dwyer. Sacrifice hits: Fits pet nek,
Dolan. Casiady (li. Time: 1:06, Umpire:
I Black. Attendance: l.OuO,
Flraaaen Beat Harwell.
rtlThV Cent' ral CUy depaTTmeTt
well lone tally came In the ninth a
wild throw to first. Hntterles: rJurwI.
Caruthers and Ilrd: Central City. "roa.
I alley and Patterson, central city ha
ames scheduled with Columbus, Silver
reek. Chapman. Grand Island and the
Beward team for next week.
OAME IN AMERIf tlH A8SOCIATI01
Kansas City Take Third RtralsM
INDIANAPOLIS. July 81 Kansas City
took the third straight game from Indian
apolis today, I to I Score:
KANSAS CITT. IKPIANArVit.lS.
AB.H.O A B AB.H.O A.M.
Hallman. el.. 4 0 4 I Itvah. aa I 1111
rroaa. as I 1 1 I I twyHlans, rt, I I I I
vltlyan. a . 1 I I e Hay4e. rf .. I 4 1 I
KsiCtibora, If I I 4 44ndaar, tV. 4 114
Braafcear, tb. 4 i 1 Smaller. II.... 4
Hill, rf 4 10 l.yinsMos, e. I 0 T a t
IVivnIs, a...4 1 OMewlay. lt... 4 1 II I
Prawn, lb.... 4 111 1 I Has., lb.... 4 Slit
Carter. 411 SBIeyar, 184
Totals 1 17 It 1 Totals It 17 11 I
Kansas City 1 0 0 0 3 9-4
Indianapolis 1 0 0 1 ft 0 0 0 01
Left on bases: Indianapolis, t; Kan as
City, . Struck out; By Slever, 4; by
Carter. 1. Sacrifice hit: Bush. First has
on balls: Off Blever: 1: off Carter, 8. Two
base hits: Howley. Neighbors, Rrashear.
Three-base hit: Lindsay, Neighbors, Croaa,
Double plays: Carter to Brown; Cross t
Brsshear to Brown; Hay den to Livingston.
Stolen bases: Hallman, Hayden. Passed
ball: Sullivan. Umpire! Kan and Blare
halter. Time: 1:45.
Distillers Win front Brtwtrt,
LOUISVILLE. July 11. Woodruff horn
ran In the third Inning gave Louisville a
victory today. Score:
LOUISVILU ' MILWAtTtrn
AB.H.O. A.K. AB.H.O.A. B.
Perrlne. rb .. 0 1 4 OftflMnaon. a, I I I 1
W druft. 1Mb 4 1 I 1 ORreyra. lb ... 1 U I 1
Stanley, rt .,4 4 1 Rk. I 111
. ....... t 1 1 v
all. ef...a 3 4
. tb..,? 4j 1 14-
n, ff. 1 I I I
H.rley. lb-If. 4 14 0 SRandall. ef..
Burke, lb 1 I iriar.
Sulllran. lb.. I I 0 4rlmn.
Storall. rf. .. 1 I I fftataman, if . 4 8
Qulnlan. aa .l 1 1 I MeTeraa'k, lb 4 111
Ha thee, .... I 1 I I t Dottbaltr. I 4 -
Halls. I 0 1 1 .
Teala...i.. II I .4 11 (
Totals 11 8 17 14 1
Louisville 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 I
Milwaukee 0 1 ft 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
Stolen bases: Btovall (1. Woodruff,
Hughes. Sacrifice hits: Brown (3). Three
base hit: Clarke. Double plays: Stanley
to Perrlne; Flynn to Brown. Struck Out:
By Halla, 8; by Dougherty, 1. Left on
bases: Louisville, t; Milwaukee, 1. Tim:
1:36. V'mplre: Hayes. .
Minneapolis Bent Toledo.
TOLEDO, July 81. Minneapolis won from
Toledo this afternoon, 8 to 1. Tke visitors
combined one hit with a eoupl of base
on ball and an error, scoring two runs,
enough to win. Both Lattomor and Pat
terson pitched steady ball. Beora:
AB.H.O. A.B. aB.H.O.A.R
Oyler. as..... I 14 1 Barbeas, as. 4 I II I
Kerwln. rt... 8 1 I 0 Hlnehnaas. lb 4 1 4 4 '
O'Neill, ef..,. 4 It tArmb'awc. rf 4 1 e
Weldar, If.... 4 11 moot, cf.... 4 13 4 1
Block. 111 ILaa. S 4 ! 4 1 1
O'Brien, M.. 4 14 4 OLIeter, lb 8 111 I
ntlth, lb 3 1 1 SSIwart. lb.... 1 III!
Clarke, lb . ..I It McCarthy. If. S 1 00
Fatlersoa, p.. 4 1 tLetilmar. s. 1 1 1
TotaU W 4 87 11 Totals.
.-. V., -1 tr 11 4
Toledo 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Minneapolis 0 ft ft I 1 0 ft 01
Two-base hit: O'Brien, Wldy. Doubl
plays: Hinchman to Barbeau to Lister;
Oyler to O'Brien to Clerk; Clark to
O'Brien. Base on balls: Off Lattlmor. 1;
off Patferson, 1. Sacrifice hit; McCarthy,
Kern, Block. Stolen , bases: Hinchman,
8mlth, Clarke. Struck out: By Lattlmore.
4; by Patterson, L Time: 1:54. Umpire:
Owen. , u
Colnanboa Shnta Ott St. rani.
I COLUMBUS. July 31. Hes shut St. Paul
out in a last gam inn ariernoon, pttcning
eighty balls in th nine inning.
OOUTMBVB. ' BT. PAVU
AB.H.O. A. B. AB.H.O. A. 81 '
rrtel. lb 1 8 4 1 OOeler, If. 4 Its
Odwell, rf.... 0 1 fi Flood, tb 4 0-8 3
Kraser. If ... 4 1 1 9 OWheel'r, lk-aa 4 18 11
Coasaltos, rf 8 8 0 Davie, rt 1 3 o
Jamea, 1 1 0 i Noonaa, a-IS s 1 4 1
BaMy. aa 1 8 4 Tleiyar, ll .l III)
Kihat. lb a 11 s Nee. aa..
'. aa 1 4 1
aela. .... f 4 3 4 1
r. cf 1 1 1 1 1
Wrlgley, lb.. 4 1 1 i Fraaela.
Heaa. D 8 1 3 Orar.
H4U, f I t 0 I 4
Totals M mil I
TotaU 11 INS I
Columbus j.. 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 7
Bt. Paul ft ft 0 0 0 ft 0 ft ft-ft
Stolen base: Frtel fS). OflnkaTtorl.' Heaa.
Sacrifice hit: Raldy (3), Hess. Three-base
nit: wrigiey, pgunit piayi wrigiey 10
Itaidy to Klhm. Hit with pitched belli -'James.
Time: 1:22. Umpire: Kerln.
G amen Wanted hy Btaclc Ynrala.
The Union Stock Yard Baa Ball club
la anxlou to book a bunch, of game for
th balance of tha season, either In or
out of the city, for Sunday and mld-wak
games. Have no game for next Sunday.
Writ or 'phone G. al. Kennedy, manager.
Boutn umana. rnon iiu.
AT A MODERATE PRICE
Nlcoll' present offer of a Fall Bolt aad
aa extra pair ef Trottaer for th price
of suit alone should appeal quickly to th
economical dresser. ' -
THAT EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS
Will prolong th wear of your suit r
Suit and Extra Trousers S2I ta $45
KICOLL'S SERGE SPECIAL
Full Blue tr Black Berg ' . a a!
Suit with extra Trousers) -
WriXIAlf afRRafA' SOSt
S0B.11 South I6tb M.
VOn BOX TRADE
Saturday w will sell All th leading
brands of cigars cheaper than tby
can bo bought at wholesale. Ask for
your favorite brand, and we bar it
and sell It cheaper than you ever
bought It before. A few of the favor
ite ones we sell In less than box o,u au
ntie: lOe Straight Teller Bfl
SZ. BO per box of 60.
10c Crown Special a Bo
$2.50 per box of B0.
lOo Palmer House ............ 6s
12.50 per box of B0.
I Oo Tom Moore Be
10c Commercial Bouquet Bo
$2.(0 per box of 60.
15o Herman Corte 10
$4.75 per box of 10.
16c Principe de Galea S0t
$4.75 per box of 60.
Beaton Drug Co.
15th ASD FAR-NAM.
NO PAY TILL CURED!
I seal feteessss aawsMl aaltnan tha nallii
.t'aayieatiss aad kaaaam area. j
OH. TAftit Y, 84 Be , itmSmi Melt.
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