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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1908)
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Jack vPfeister Pitches Great Game for Ghicago Cubs; Denver Sets the Sioux Back
OMAHA LIVE STUCK MARKET
Liberal Beceiptt' of Cuttle of All Kindi
HOGS SUP BACJS A FEW NOTCHES
d I.m)m. ! Large Receipt,
hat All Kinds Are Artht Sell
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. 15. '.So.
Receipts wera: Cattl Hog! ehp
crucial sronaay 4.M.
Official Tucsdsy 4.33
t.stlraated Wednesday .. ,)
r? : j
Thee days thla week-.K.
Same day's last rffk 11 44
Same dwysx weeV ago.'. HVlM
Bam days I Vrrkt ao..ll.u4
pom days 4 wnki ago.. ,'.'
Kama diiy "last year !.'!
in loilowing tabl anow the receipts
' cattla, hog and hoeo at utli Una ha
jr the Year to date, cimutrid wuh last,
rear: io. iwrT inc. Da
Caul .. H4.K 6A7.K71 143,
Hog ..'...:;.i;fTi.ri l.&io-r. io2.:70 ;
Sheep .." 106.15 94H.171 9L037
Th following labia shows in avriag
price of hog at South Otraha lor th last
several day, with eompar:on:
Data. imr. iuo7.iUoc.il. iK4.iws.iun.
Au. I .
S 2 U I ( 4 , 4 ta. 7 41
I 1; 111 Til, 4 W I 1 i
t HI (KitUli IMiiHi
I7S ( a, i i i . t Wl 7
ITS, I 3 i 7S I M I 04 T t:
f 44V to! f H (Hi I 0t T 3a
J.r Tn xir thi t V4; x '
V' niHii;) mi 11, U, 7 u
a r ..' a i i .. at . li
KV i K I M. IS I "2, t IS
i m. I 3i 4 III 26 7 C3
I K), I II
I I tt 1 S W, 4 kl! t -t 7
CATyt-lV-RrelpU of rattle war very
IKx ral foe V eOnrnday, 176 car being, re
ported drtr'ln fact (Wag'tha largeat run
for tlila Ttrae In thfweek of any day lm-e
June 10, Ooiiw of the train were a llttl
late in ratting ftarted, and aa there wu
guite a"IHtb- )inlnng Up to be don, tho
mornlag Waa TXetty Well advanced before
the trade n- beef ateer waa under way.
Feeder buyer! got -to work early In the
morning and -anythlrg that would do for
ihem ra ery readily at good, ateady
.to trong brtcea.- I,lg-ht catile, which were
dull ami did; xyht li6w any Improvement
'at wVekV firmed tip y eater day and to
Jay under, the Influthce of tne good de
mand. rYetty much everything that would
do for. feeder changv4 hand arly la the
morning.- jAjyer.'vJr.Ina; .tome , that would
do for .kfilnra. -
Cow ktid heifer were In pretty good
demand, put there . waa an undertone of
weakness to .tha' market on. the better
kind Veairrda and thai waa naiinuhi.
again today.. The fact th better grade )
of cowa' and "heifer have been ealng off
a little amr today mot looked around I
toe .. i... .r. . .7 7i
hnrf iiniJu. ...I... li - t I W
... v. v . i iciitc prurri anu nave
bean all th week and they, ar a littl
stronger thanks, aeek ago."
Tha supply or beef steers proved to b
quite meager considering the large receipts
oi oiner ainn or rattle and most of those
on sale did" hot 4rlve'unlll Tate Iri the fore
noon. 'wh,fK naturally delayed the trade
very malerTaJly. Owing to tha moderate
receipt-, tha market-did not show very
much change In spite of the fact that ad
vices from Chicago were generally unfav
orable. Some-pretty gnod crpfeds sold at
16 85. which waa the tup price of the day.
Quotation on cattle: ilood to cholc
cornfed ste,' KjX.'ml 0 fair to good corn
Vd steers. 36.4Ofl6.0O; common to fair corn
ed iteer, 44 JS'o5 49;-good 40 choice rang
steer, M.TSJji.li: fair to good rang steer.
14 STM.TX; common 4a fair , range steers.
W 4oi&4. 5: gord to choir fed cow and
heifers, t3,8f.a4,TTij fair to good cows and
heifer.' 65; -common to fair cows
and heifers, t2.004fi.no; good to choice stock
ers and, feed-e. U.tf4t i fair- to good
tockera and feeder. IS SoetS; common to
fair atocker and fdera. .33.0033-60; atock
Raprasentatl ve sales :
Ka. . H. r.
4 ' III 44... ...... ...1177 it
41 Hit 4 ' 41 1101 I U ,
7 104 I t lu ..lUi I ti
4 S 4 - I -.. M IS
1 Ml III ( UWt I o
I IM1 I M I ldtt 06
ft III 4.. SM It
i 1 7i u m iu
ft M IIS .
COWS AND TlEIFERB.
, -n i si v
........ 1 t M
Ml I l
.. 711 t M
... lit on
,.! I M
.. 115 4 y
., im in
. . 744 I it
.. 410 .1 On
..1375 I SO
l I 40
...l. ... 2 7r I.....'.
...... .1K 2 7.
?..lv40 3 W 1
FARM A .ID HA.NCH LABU FOR SALB
! 11 1
TRAMPiNO LAKE. Saskatchewan and
Southern Alberta selected lands, 39 to S:I
per acre. Settlers aecui farma on crop
payment ptafl-'' Agents, wanted. Writ
Ouody A Gundy, Dept. B, Union Bank
Blllg.'.' Winnipeg. ' (30 3M
1 . ' Colorado.
30OD FARM I NX! LAND Near Denver.
Oreetey district; well tt to 40 feet; abun
dance of moisture; general farming, In
cluding corn raising; on ctop pays for
NATIONAL- INVESTMENT CO..
S3 Brandeis Bid. Omaha, Nth.
LOOK " HERE MR.
Wa.can sail you land that will produce
aist aa-tnanr do.llara rr acre in corn,
aheal. ots barley, rye. flax, caul and
logs for 'an average of about 2o per acre
n easy terms as you ean produce on land
telling at 27S to SH per acre in other lo
calities, and on which you are paying 34 to
per acrs In rent.
Thla land fs located In Brown and Ki
nonds' coUnpe. South Dakota, the vry
leart of the great corn and wheat belt of
lie state, wher Crop failure la unknown.
Our next, ercurilvn (eaves Omaha Aug.
6. and We Want you to Join u. . We w.ll
nake every tatemenl good or return your
rain fare.. Write us for information at
nee; a card win secure your pasaag.
WAIT INVESTMENT CO.,
401 Bed bldg., Omaha," Nth.
' 130-Mi3 11
TIMBER AND TIMBER LANDS a re bet
ter Investment at thla time thsn moat
other. Wo asant to tall oa about thtm.
Either -largo. orwiati ln-tor will be
Interested. Writ us for partirulara. Th
International timber- Co..- Mlnneapotla.
Minn,- ? p . -Ml AM
100. M. aaras , erf woswrn Nobraska and
wstern-Oujarado Improved and unimproved
snda irlili 1 15-par aare. Any stae track,
"in a rap. Wm or. com and e ua
Hob La rl ans! lavearnjent Co , 112 a nn
K.. Omaha.- - ' ' ';. t20 Ms;t
REAL ESTATE LOANS
UAN8on Irtiproved Omaha, property.
ri ., - --. , ir-l7
10 TO tio.009 inad promptly. F. T. Wrad.
Weed fcldg.. Uth and Far nam. 22 3u4
- FIVE PER CENT
r- Mnney to loan -n
.. Ontala buaijieas iroprrty.
r ' 1UOMAI BMENNAN.
ltom L New Vork JUfe Bldg. '
AANTBO City loans and warrants. W.
Farnaiu Bniil di Co.. tea) Farnani St.
.'ANT4 Ot -ioiauk Plr - Trust Co.
t -OWiJiT. HATaJr-onta. Paxton Bik.
IONJU UHM-k ki BO- lav.slmeet Co.
v x. vE;-rl
I id Ik 1 4 I
I m im i i l
t m a , l. l
l )i I Jl
STOCKKR" AND FEEDERS.
i i4 i . i
t in n T!a i
I KM 1 3. 14 M I W
I : I 1 s I 7
7 71t I 4 I 474 I 71
I 4l IM ri I
IN II " II , 471 I li.
7 tM I ) 4 ; :l
in i 4 I 1 . . 7i 4 4
7 IM l t K 4 K
4 77 I 4i I Ml 4 U
19 hrlfrrs.. 4441 i 75
2 o .
IS h-lfer - HI I
t cow. .
3 cow lsi
32 row .-!?
1 feeders. I'c.7
I heifers.. 513
1 corn s (
11 heifers.. 4
12 heifers.. 61
6 f.vders.. Ml
. 2 trntfrn.
7 htferf .
4 cnwi. . .
7 I 1.5
6 cnwi Ma
9 (own . .; 7K6
7 t-Slves... 237
S cows 12il
SI cow s ;K1
1 heifers... 70
1 hull 10
2 catvu... 230
4 rovi.,,,. ")(
1 bull lib
1 row 1110
1 atfer 100
1 aterr 91
IK row I7 2 4fi
I Kjfl I l
1 aterr n 2 4")
1 rtter 70 2
1 bull 146j
B. Johnaon Nfb.
3 f-pdera..l'K 4 15 7 frerlrri.. JM7
1 fedora. 774 2 7i 2 feeder. .
2 ro J 23 t betferi.. 7C
17 iol 127 2
Diamond Catlla Co.-Wyn.
74 hlfm.. IM 22 atefr...l'l
4 helfern.. Wt 4 So calve. .. 24C
1C calve... m i r
C. Morgan Scb.
feeder . HIS 3 60 IS fetrder.. a I .3 70
2 feeder.. 51 3 00
A. L. Hodge Nrb.
23 cow K3 3 oo n cow ;C S OS
3 feeler.. I.'i I -4 heifer., ail 2 7a
1 bull 133)
.1 55 calve... ill
T. Soper Wyo.
4 25 1 bull 1W
2 70 37 cow f
61 eow. . .
2 3 o
(tr.2 2 70
SM7 3 70
10 calve... ?f
1 cowa 17
13 cow SIC
9 cow 7i
4 feeder.. 175
11 feeder.. 1140 4 50
t tow I' AO I 0
2 teer....1205 4 f-0
9 heifer.. 631 2 0
HOfJIu It wa a ea of put on yesterday
and take off today. The market this morn-
lr. with liberal receipts and with nothing
reassuring from other selling points, til
generally 10c lower. This means that the
ho- sold largely at. and - right around
SC. 40. whereas yesterday over half of all the
hogs brought K.50. Choice hogs sold up a
high a s 46 today, as against a top yes
terday of 6.Co. Tha trade was not very
active at the decline. In faot. It wa slow
and dull, with the tendency . weaker a the
morning progressed. .
40 I IS
... I 40
... 4 40
170 4 40
4 I 40
IM I 40
i:i . 42i
IM I 4J-,
4 I 41
14 I IIS,
14 I 4?v,
... 4 41 '
t 4 I 44 . -III
o i a
M 4 4i
... I II
110 I 41
... I 4714
44 I 60
.... C 44
J7 tM I il
1 44 4 TTwj
1K4 120 I iT,
117 M I 1714
J7 iei 171,
40 I 10
40. . .
IM .4 40
40 4 40
4 I V)
tHLLP-Keoelpta of sheep were sgnln
very large this morning, makln the run
for the week to date the heaviest I ft om
time, it win c remembered that the mar
ket yesterday and the day before showed
more or less dullness dua to liberal receipts
and the bearish tendency of buyers. This
morning there wss a decided change. Jn the
situation. k in., preax that has taken place
In- tha slictp market this week seemed to
make buy era feel mora Ilk taking hokfc
wlill tha liberal receipts have brought In
more buyers, inus It happened thi morn
ing thai with the receipt very larye, the
craae an en ainaa waa active, ana the greet
big bulk of 4 lie offerings chatared hands
before 10 o'clock In the morning.
Parkers all seemed to want additional
supplies of fat sheep and Iambs, especially
sheep, and the trade on desirable kinds was
brisk, with prices anywhere from steady to
lou higher than yesterday. -Operators on
the market, aa a rule, were summing It up
as a good. trot4r. active market. Pretty
decent kind of lambs brought 35.30, with
yearlings up to 34.30. .-
Feeders were very active sellers at prices
that were a little stronger than yesterday.
Tha tendency on feeders this week has
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY TO BL'ILD.
3500 to tauO.WO at current rate.-
W. H. THOMAS. 603 F1rt Nau Bank Bldg.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK & CO.. N. Y. Life
Private mony, tBuv to 35.iX. Low rate.
PRIVATE MONEY-NO DELAY.
GARVIN BROS., 11SU4 FARNAM.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I WANT to buy five to forty
acres, improved or vacant,
near Omaha. Must be cheap
for cash. Address O 835
. (23)-Mro 15
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for 2-hand furniture, car
pets, vlolbts and shoes. Tel. Douglas 3471.
WANTED TO BUY.
On Urge and on small gasolln nglnj
also small upright boiler. Must be In
good condition and cheap. Addresa O,
74. care Bee. (2Sl Milt It
WANTED Position a sesmetreaa, maid or
nurse, try capable young lady with good
references; can do facial tnassagt, mani
curing, soalp treatment and embroidery.
Mrs. Jensen. 1 S. 11th St., Omaha.
BOOK KEEPER F1rt-cl accountant
familiar with modern methods; nuriladi
aouer ana teiiaui. AOJlens W-,w ctu
STOVE. FURNACE. STEAM and hot wstr
Doner repairs; water rronta.
OMAHA. BTOVE ft E PAIR WORKS,
1204-1 Douglas tel.
Telephone Bell Dougia 330.
OFFICE OF THK-SKH'X CITY ' AND
Wl jSTERN KAIL" Ai COMPANY.
Omaha. Nebraska. Auguat L liaja.
To the Siockholdars:
Notice I hereby given, that tha annual
meeting of the toi kholdera of Th Sioux
City and Weslorn Railway oompany will
be held at th office of tha company In
a.....w . . . . . vt. ... . .
cuuin oiuui v . i . . unjrfiii, I len tll
w'cluck . m.. on Thursday. October li 1 a
u el4:l d:recloi for the ensuing year and
to l upon the uuestion of celling th
railiwad property and franchise of thla com
pany to th Chicago. Burlington A Qulncy
Railroad company, th railroad anri
erty aforeaald being now under leaaa to
aid compaay. and for tha transaction of
uch otaer bualneaa a may legally eom
before th meeting
By order of Its Heard of Directors
W. p. DLRKEE.
: ' Aid Sot
RAD THE BEST PAPZB
Tko Qaaavka, (MUly stoo.
kn upward, aa a mult of the active com
p41tlon amon buyera. Eeedr buyer
paid 14 10 fur anod - yearllrira and around
iiaa.70 for rood wethere. It . In fact,
a rery aatlafactory market throughout.
Quotation on itrrt or T liccp rd
lamb: tiood to choice lamb. lo.Sia"'1;
f.ilr to good lamb. I SrSsi, femllnf lamb.
$4 1m; good to choice light yearling
H l.v4 Ja); good to choice heavy yearling.
UtMU lO; fair to pood yearling. WN6A4 U;
feeding yearltna. 35 734. 1; good to choice
wet!ira. S.yl.K; fair to gid wether,
I3K-pJKi; feeding wether, til 4"lt7o, good
to rholce ewee, B 4Oi3 H0; fslr to good ewea,
REfll.1; feeding e. U SOfea OO; cull and
Ko. A v
til titho aether 99
M Idaho yearling S
J ldha wether K
247 Idaho wether
V! Idaho yearling i
S3 Idaho Ytr'.'.ng W
IHItAGO LIVK STOCK MAflKKT
rattle Steady lloaja. Sheep aad
l.a m ba Lower.
CHICAOO. Aim. U.-t'ATTt.K-RecelpI.
ertlmsted 17.""i head. Market aleady;
tte-r. 34.7K7; rnw. li.ii.A: heifers.
tS.iT'flS.COi bull. 3:.75I(5flO; culve. 36.7. SC;
tocker ana feeder, u.hw".
HiKiftRerelnta. etimated at C.oDO bead.
Mirk M lie lower; clio:ce. heavy hlpping..
ruW; butcher. 367irfj.o; light mlied.
tfifc'ffj.oo; entire llgrlit. eSO.i.7o: n.'lrig.
i.4"ti 1(5; pig. $4.i"u6.JO; bulk if rale. .0
IHKCr AXU LAMHH-RfCf Ipll, cll-
nisled abojt .6i lied; market limjlec
higher; eheep. Ut"ii(l'; Iambs, l..t'oi.
St. Loala Lli Stork Market.
ST. lOI'I3. Ms., Aug. 12. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 5.SO0 head. Including I.HOO Texsna:
market steady; natlv" ehipping and export
wieers. S4.7Vov7 50; dressed beef and butcher
steer. t3.00H3.T5: steers under 1.0 0 pounds.
S3.WfrS.50; utockers and f-eders. K.Jiii.ib;
cowa and heifers. S2 754i6.50; canners. 31 50
liR: . bulls. S2.KXs4.6u; csjve. Si5ii.75;
Texas and Indian steers, SJ.TS'gs.&o; cows
and heifers. SI.5iV&4 00.
HOGiS Receipts. T.SW head: market 10ft 15c
lower: pigs snd lights. tXauTiii.lU; packers.
S6 347i; butcher and beat heavy. fci.tiS
sHEEP AND LAMRP Recelrs. 7.700
head: market for sheep, steady; lambs, WQ
15c higher; native muttons, S4.rtt4.2S; lamb.
S5.TM6.00: cull and bucks, H.25-&4.00; stock
ers. S4 5"o 00.
Kansas Clly Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITT. Mo.. Au. K. --CATTLE
Receipt. 14.000 hed. Including 4.ono ,ruth
rn; .market Xeady to a shade higher:
choir export and dressed beef steers. 3600
vi m: rir to goon:. n.Sfic no; western teera,
tStoCaO; stockera and feeders. S3 0(34.50:
outhern steer. t3.4(i4.7t: routhern cows,
32.2.Vg3 40: native cows, 32 fto'4 O; native
heifer. 3.6.50; bulls, 2.5t33.a0: calves,
JIOOS Receipts. ll.Cro hesd: market 110c
lower: top. 36.724: bulk-of sales. S6.S54i 85;
hesvy, JC.65i 7?H: packers and butcher.
3fi.2f7'); light, .t 00176 61; pigs. t3.T56 A).
BHEEP AND LAMB&-Ri-cIpti. 8.5u0
heSd; market lftfTlic higher; lamb. 34.251
tOO; ewes and yearlings. tX604.2t; Texas
yearling. 34.0034.50; Texas rheep, U-hCt
400: Blocker and feeders. 36.35690.
St. Joaepk Un Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Aug. 1! CATTLE
Rect-lpts, 2,ti0 head;' market steady;
beeves. l4'a7.2S: Texans, 32.503475: cows
snd heifers, tt.25fr.M; calve, $3006.50;
s'.ocker snd feeders. 32.7WI-4 5n; bulls and
stsg. 12.234.50; wagtem. .Of7j5..
HOGS Receipts. 11009 head; market low
nd 10c lower; top, 36 70; good heavy, 36
.70: medium mixed, t6.40fr6.s0: light.. Si.sOe
.145: bulk of sale. 36 3.Vri 6v.
BHEEP AND LAMK8 Receipt. 4.&no
hesd; market strong to 10c higher: Ismbs.
t3.5?;.26; wether. 32.754.00; ewe. S2.60
J. 55; yearlings, tZ'XS-i.7i.
Slows: City LIto Stork Market.
SIOUX CITT, la., Aug. 11 Sreclal Tele
gram.! CATTLE Receipt. 400 head: mar
ket weak: heeVe's, J6. 50117.00; cows and hetf-'
era. S4.05.50: feeder. 3.10a4.; calve
snd yearlings. 32.754375.
HOGS Receipts. 4.000 head: msrket 54J10C
lower; rnnge of prices, C309.Oi bulk Of
Stork la SIsrfct.
western mnrkets yesterday: 1
Cattle. Hor. Sheep.
South Omaha 4.31 2.6i 10.72U
Sloiix Citv 4i 44)
Pt. Jcaeph J.500 11.000 4.500
St. Lout 5.0 1.I 7.700
Kanaa City 14.0f 11.ti.rt 5.500
Chicago ....17.C0O 2?.rM 26.000
Total ,....,..... '.(00 68.419 63.4!5
PRAIRIE CHICKRKS INCREA8IXG
Alaaoet Exllnct la Iowa
Yeare Are Xov Pleallfal.
LAKF CITY. Ia.. Aug. i;.-(Special.V-Good
new to the sportsmen of flit and
nearby states come In the announcement
that not for-- year have there been an
many prairie chicken In the north and
central part of thf state as there are this
year. Sportsmen In Calhoun county are
relolclng over the proaneets of lull baas
this coming month, when the season opens.
For a number of year past the prslrls
hen ha been almost extinct, but either
bv the klndi.rss of nature or because of the
pientirul amount of rood th prairie hen
has seen fit to inhabit this state In grot
numbers again. Farmer who have big
fields of small grain are n'.t w-lllinr that
the bird should be shot this year, because
they welcome the sight of. the slow-flying
game bird. There arc acres and acre ot,;
lana wnere tnere i no lurlsilietlon main
tained hv the farmers and the sporting mn
are already planning to invade the domeln
of the chicken. The increase in the num
ber of quail Is noted nnd they are often
seen near this city 1n flocks of from thirty
to 240. The low. brushy timber and the
willow hedges ring every day with their
boo hlte and merry whistle.
FIREMEN'S TOIRMET AT LEIGH
Ifenapkrey Win Rotk Ike Hose' Race
Kreats, ritmii Grove teeoad.
LEIGH. Neb.. Aug. 12-ISneclal Tele
gram.) The opening day of th Leigh fire
men a louroamem wa a nummer anrt s
good -si ted crowd wss In st'endance. The
free attraction were rood The H'nnnhr.v
department won both the hose races, while
in ii urrvf w a a ci-1 e second, lime '
Humphrey. V9 and SM,: Newman Grove. 1
and 6. The hall game between Howell
and Newman Grove was a one-aided affair.
Howell lost the earn bv making wild
throes at every critical moment. Howell
3. Newman Grove 1.4. Has hit: Howell
3: Newman Grove. S. Struck out: Wleae
3: Provo. 10. Passed hall- Helm., t'.
Mcintosh.. Frror: Hnwells, 14; Newman fox
Grove. 6 Umpire: Price. Gagnler,
ARMEY OLDFIELD IN XEW MATCH
Aaloauoklle Rarrr Sign Agree
for Raro Wltkoat Rales.
CINCINNATI. Aug 12-An agreement
for one of the moat desperate automobile
match races ever run was aia-nai tr.A .
by John J. Ryan, the widely known tore.
man. and Barney Oldfleld. the automobile
rarer. The ronrtat. which I to be held en
September IS at Lalonia Cleveland or De
troit, according to where the track ean
be aeeured. I to he th heat two out of
three pet. to be from three to five mile
each, for a bet of 2.5u0 a (id. There are
to be absolutely no rule, the mn who get
through first being declared tha winn.r.
There will be no right of protest, no f ula
will bo allowed and generally all rules hav
BRITISH TEN.wfg TEAM COM It O
It Will Coaa pete tor Rlgkt to Ck al
iens tor Darts Cap.
NEW YORK. Aug. 12-New confirming
today's cabl dispatch from London to ta
Associated Press regarding th visit of an
English lawn tennis team to this country
in connection with the competition for th
Dvi cup and giving further detail regard
ing th romlr.- matches, was given out to
night by President James Dwight of th
United Slate National Lawn Tnnls asso
ciation, A announced, the Engllah team
will come her and play a team of Ameri
cana to decide which ihall go to Auatralia
aa challenger of Australasia for th pjaaea
aon of th Davl cup, the emblem of Inter
national supremacy la tn lawn tennis
woria. i auiograjn nave been passing be
tween Prestdeat Dwight and the Erllah
Tennis association for several weeks and
now me matter is settled.
Th English tam. M J. Rttehare 3 r
Harl and K. Powell, will sail fur .America
lat thla month and th International match
ill k-a playad on tho court of tn Long,
wood Cricket dub about tha mlddl of Sep
tember . Tha team winning th match wll
bo sent to Australia and th challenge
round will b played thra beginning JSo
vw ruber 3.
TU Anitrican ttam tuts gt toen earned.
LINCOLN CUT OF TONE. LOSES
FUjen Get Hid at Each Other,
Omaha Scnrei Game 4 to 2.
rA'S CHAMPS TJSE BUNTINO BAT
ruar Sr4 of I'lak Fvoled Oreea
barkera, W koae r lay ere Tkrew
Wild ill rerist Tbere
Was si First Baa.
Omshs. 4: Uncoln. t
King mode fhree hits In Wednesday's
game snd Fisher, who preceded him in
the bsttlng order, made three runs, nnd
Omaha won from the Orelnbackera by the
score of 4 to t In a game lively enough,
but which was 1 so filled with Interesting
features to a rloee observer of the play.
Internal strife wss noticeable all the
while in the Lincoln team and from the
time Bon no made lit wonderful two-bao
throw in the first Inning until, the finish
the entire Lincoln ttarr. aeemed to lack
that harmony which should txit to win
tall games. ,
Msd Anthony Bnnno wss pitching for
Lincoln, and although he has been quite
a puisle to the Rourke- family at times,
he wss easy yesterday, as the big fellow
from southern Italy dM nt seem to rare
whether school kept or not. Lincoln made
a run In the first Inning snd then that
tantalising Fisher came to bat. He bunted
one at Bonno and had ! ally beaten, but
the tig fellow threw It anyway, th ball
soaring over the head of JacK Thomas,
riid Fisher was snoir on third.- That wa
the-first cause of groi-rhlness In the Lin
coln team. The second csme a short time
afterward, when Austin beat out a bunt
and on one covered 'first. Quite an argu
ment wss raised as to whether Bonno
should not have covered the sack, and thU
did not tend to promote. .harmony. If any
thing tends to upset a team it Is when the
opponents get to bunting successfully, and
thst Is what the Rourke family did yes
terdoy. Tha f!rt three hits msd by
Omaha were safe bunts by Fisher, Austin
Banting; Cashed la.
King had on his batting clothe snd field
ing as well for that matter. He made a
bunt, a clean single and a triple, and took
all his fle'dlng chances, one of which wss
a hard start of double rlV- Fisher,
Welch and Austin each made two hits and
Austin stole three bass and tnen was hot
able to cash any of them In for a run.
Captain Franck has been a lck mn for
couple of days, being confined to his
room. Ho would not quit the game, how
ever, nnd although h had Eddie LawUr
play short for him. h directed the play
ing from the bench. Lawler took several
hard chances and made a sacrifice, but
made one low throw to first which cost him
' Sanderf tried to work quick return
on Jude and hit him, the first man up In
the game. Fox made a clean single Into
Fisher's garden and Jude stole third. After
Gagnler was out from Sanders to Chicken
Tbomas hit a long fly to Welch and Jude
scored. That was tha first run for Lin
coln and the second was made in the
seventh Inning, when singles by Prltchett,
Zlnran and Bonno scored Prltchett.
Last Innings W'laGame.
Omaha got back that rwa in the first
inning and tied th score. Fisher bunted
safe and went to third. oi.Bonio-s wild
throw. He scored on Autrfssr grounder to
Fox. Th score remained "-s'e until the
fifth Inning. when..fwlth two out Fisher
singled to Juda. He- stole second and came
home on King's single to right.
The sixth Inning also brought forth a
run. After 'Autrey had flown out to
Wenger. th new right fielder, Welch hit
for two Austin tried out the new bat which
Pa has secured as bunting bat and made
a safe hit, putting Welch,.-! third. Bonno
was afraid of Beldcn and deliberately
passed him, preferring t tcke his chances
with Lawler and Oondlng. King had stolen
second and Lawler hit a long fly to David
son, Welch scored from third, but a good
throw caught Austin at third.
: The seventh Inning waa somewhat of a
re-petition of the fifth, for a run was made
in each after Gonding and ' Sanders had
been put out. Fisher walked and then
came little King. He had made two hits
and was ready for the third. Picking a
good one he drove the ball over Pritchett's
hesd. It bounded out of tho reach of Jude
and King went to third, scoring Fisher.
With Austin's two hits and three stolen
bases ho was not able to score. Wenger is
a cut little fellow. His nam Is Carl and
he la about as big as a minute. He did
not set. the world oa Xlre at bat and had
plenty of exercise In the field, shagging
hits which were sept tn " that direction.
Sanders . pulled off a neai coup when he
trapped a ball from Bonno'o bat and then
started a neat double play. The ssme
trams this afternoon. The score:
- AB. H
7 24 12
Runs 1 0
Hits 1 1 1
Hits 1 0-2
Two-bae hit: Welch.
Kina. Wild Mich: Bonno.
' Bases on balls:
Off Sanders, 1; off Bonno, 3. Hit by pitched
ball: By Banders. 1. Struck out: By Bin
der. 3; by Bonno, 1 Duubi play: San
der to Lawler to Autrey, King to Autrey,
Davidson to Prltchett. Left on baae:
Omaha. 6; Lincoln, A Stolen base: Austin
). Flsber, Jud. Sacrifice till: Austin,
awler. Tbomaa. -Tim: 1:40, Umpire;
Davl vnd Brennan. Attendance: 70U.
PUEBLO BATS OUT A VICTORY
Drs Molar Tie Ike Sear la lklrd,
kat laaasl Keep Up tk Gall.
Pl'EBIXi. Colo.. Aug. 12. Pueblo won
again from De Moines today by bunching
hits off Bntnar in the first and srvenlti
inning. It waa a close gam until the
seventh Inning when a twobagger by Gai
gano and singles by Hogriever, Spencer
and Patterson, won the game. Honska was
hk hard by Des Moines anrl ha was re
lieved by Galgano in the third Inning, sfter
the visitors bad tied the score. Galgano
was effective In the pinches. Tne feature
of the game was tha. -fielding of Niehoff
who accepted eight hard 4'hanre-a at third
without an error. Sew:
AB. R. H. O. 4. E
Flournoy. If 4 110 0 0
Fnspatnck. I I . 0 0 4
Dwyer, lb i 0 1 14 1
Badr. rf 1 1 1 1 0 0
Irxtr, rf 4 1 I 0 o 0
Walali, 2b 42210
Kethoff. to 4 0.1 3 it
Wfcie-ftA. c , 10 0 4 2 0
Standing of the TVams
WEST. LEAOfE I
...70 4 ,5l
Omahs 66 4! .or 1.dilvlle
Sioux City ..63 47 .572'Toledo ..
m 47 .4
Lincoln 56 51 .537 Inriiananoll 70 50 .363
renver 55 56 .45 Columbus ... 64 54 .f-43
Pueblo 47 .49 Minneapolis 5 5 .46
De Molne. . 37 C .2li Kansas City 53 63 . 467
(Milwaukee ..MCA .449
St. Paul 34 52 293
NAT. LEAGUE. I AMER. LEAGUE.
W LTct l W I. Pet.
Plttahnrg ...61 J9 .gioi Detroit 30 .614
New York ...59 40 .606 St. Louis ....61 43 5!t
Chtearo M 42 .r. Chicago 5S 45 .rvl
Philadelphia 53 44 . 546 Cleveland . ...fi 46 .563
Cincinnati ..M (2 .416 Philadelphia 47 53 . 470
Boston 46 56 .4.M Boston 4S 54 .476
Brooklyn to ..IMS! Wsshlpgton 3 61 .SO
St. Louis ....33 16 .Xiti New York. . 33 61 .3:7
Western Iesne Lincoln st Omaha. Des
Moines at Pueblo. Sioux City st Denver.
Nstlonal League Boston at Philadelphia,
Brooklyn at New York. Cincinnati at St.
Lou's. Chics go at Pittsburg.
American league No games acheduled.
American Association Columbus at Mil
waukee. Toledo at Kanaa Cilv InOianan-
olls st St. Psul, Louisville at Minneapolis.
Bomar. p. ...'...:.; 4 0 1 1 2 0
Tutals 33 4 24 15 1
A.B. R. H. O. A. B I
Hgrievr. Sh 4 3 2 1 1 0
Spencer. If 4 0 2 2 0 0
Patterson, 2b 4 1 2 4 5 1
Mattlrk. cf 4 13 110
Clark, lb 4 0 3 10 1 0
Miller, rf 3 t I 3 0 0
(Vrhan. a 4 114 3 0
Mllse, c 3 0 0 3 2 0
Honska, p 10 6 0 10
Oalgano. p 2 1 1,0 0 1
Totals 33 6 13 27 14 l
' Des Moinea 20200000 04
Pueblo 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 4
Stolen bae: Bader, Dexter, Hoarrlever.
8encer. Patterson (21, Clark, Corhan. Two
tae hit: Galgano. Left on bases: Des
Moines, S; Pueblo, I. Sacrifice hits: Ftta
patrlck. Miller. Struck out: By Honska,
1; by Bomar, 3. Base on halls: Off Honska,
2; off Galgano, 8; off Bomar. 1. Time: 1:40
Attendance, 1,200. Umpire: Haskell.
JACKSON PITCHES A GREAT GAME
Holda Sloax City Dowa to Tkree
DENVER. Aug. 12 A pitcher' battle
today waa won by Der.vet, partly by hit
ting the ball In the fifth Inning and partly
because of an error by Grtin. One run
was really batted In, the other two coming
on the error. Jackson had the better of
Fiec-man until the latter gave way to Starr.
At that time the a-ame was won, so the.
charge mado no difference. Tha only fea
ture was the excellent pitching by all three
of the men who went Into the box. Jack
son was 4b star, having marvelous con
trol, and making tho hit that sent In the
first run. Score:
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Waldron. cf 3 1 2 1 0 0
Pelden. ss 3 0 1 3 4 0
Cassady, rf 3 0 110 1
White, lb 4 0 0 9 0 0
Lovett, If 4 0 0 4 0
Krueger, 2b 3 1 0 3 0 0
Klnneally, Sb 2 0 0 2 S -0
Zalusky, c 3 0 0 4 1 0
Jackson, p 3 110 2 0
Total v.... H 1 i 17 10 1
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Csmpbell, If 2 0 0 3 0 0
Holmes, cf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Green, rf 4 0 1 2 0 1
Weed. 2b.- 4 0 0 1 5 0
Granville, ss 3 0 113 1
Andreas. 3b 3 0 0-1 2 1
Hester, tb 3 0 0 12 0 0
Henry, c 3 0 0 3 1 1
Freeman, p 2 0 1 Q 3 0
Starr, p 1 0 0 0 3 0
Totals ....."o I 3 ll 4
Cassady hit with batted ball.
Denver 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
Sioux City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stolen base: Belden, Lovett. First base
on balls: Off Jackson. ?; off Freeman. 2.
Struck out: By Jackson, 2; bv Freeman, 1.
Ijett on bases: Denver. C: Sioux Citv, 4.
Double play: Belden to White, Time: 1:40.
GAMES IN AMERICA LEAGUE
Cleveland Wlas from Pklladelskla la
. tke Twrlftk Inning.
CLEVELAND. Aug. 12. -Cleveland todaV
defeated Philadelphia by the score of 4 to 3
In a twelve-Inning' game. After Hinchmin'
errors had allowed Philadelphia to tie the
score he led off In the twelfth Inning with
a triple. Vlrkerc passed N. and J. Clarke
purposely, but Bradley's long fly to left
tenttr let Hlnchman home. Score: .
AS. H O A G. AB.H O.A E
J nark. If. 4
Bradley, lb - 4
Turner, rf t
Lajol.. TtK... 4
f israil, lb.... I
Bam la, c t
A liner, cf.... I
Llebnanlt, p.. I
Hartsal, If.... i.
lOMrtn. cl... I
It Collins, ss I
0 Murphy, lb... 4
OBerbola. rf... I
1 Bander, lb... I
'Klahola, lb... I
1 Powara, ..... I
D)Srt, p I
IVlckara, p.... I
Total! 41 11 M 16 4 Totals 41 r4 If I
One out when winning run scored:
Batted for Liebhardt in the twelfth.
Cleveland 10000100000 14
Hits: Off Dygert. 4 In five and two-fifths
Innings; off Vlcker. 7 In five and two
thirds Innings. First bsse on-rrrors: Cleve
land. 1; Philadelphia. 3. Two-base hit:
Power. Three-baae hits: Murphv, Hlnch
man. Sacrifice hits: Bradley (2), Lieb
hardt. Beybold. Stolen base: Murphy. Dou
ble plays: Nichols to Bender to Collins.
Lajoie to Stovall, Lajole to Hlnchman to
Stovall, Dygert to Murphy to Bender. First
base on balls: Off Liebert. 4; off Dvgert,
1 Left on bases. Cleveland. 9; Philadel
phia. . Struck rut: By Liebhardt, ; by
iygen. s. fasseo pail: Bemls. Time
At Detroit Detroit-Washington
-NATIONAL LAWN I EN .MS MATCH
Sontkern aad Eaatera Player Meet la
Preliminary Hennd Tkaraday.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11 -Th draw for the
eaat against weat tawn tennis preliminary
maae iouay oy A. Jioatana, cr
tary of the United State Lawn Tennl as
sociation. The matches will be played at
the Crecnt Athletic club. Bay Ridge, The
east and south ar to meet on Thursday
next in the first round. The west players
have a bye and will meet the winners of
the first round on Friday. The victor In
these matches Is entitled to cnalleng at
r.ewporr, ror tn national title.
Tha southern players. Whitehead and
Winston of Norfolk, will tomorrow meet
Raymond D. Little and Heal C. Wiignt.
who won the eastern tin at Longwood.
Th western pair, Nat Emerson, th sin
gles champion of tha west, and Louis H.
Waldner, will arrive In thla city tomor
row. GREAT WESTERN CIRCUIT RACES
Fleming Boy W la Maaafactarcr'a
Sink at Gale bars;.
GALESBURG. 111..' Aug. li Fleming Boy
won th Manufacturer' atake. tne prin
cipal event of th opening day of the Great
nraiciu vutuik race Ln. a erw were
seven starters in ins big ctenu nummary
Manufacturer alkea, t.jt trot, purs
ll.iwK: Fleming Boy won th aecond, third
ana fourth hoais ana race. Alary Have won
the first heal. Bracaglrdl third. Best
Line: 1 111,.
pacing. 1:2 class, purs t500: John Waed
won three uccealv neat and the race.
Bonner second and Achillea third. Beat
FTca-fur-all, on heat, purse 81,000: Cita
tions rirst, Anglola second. Tun: l.lf-s.
CONTEST IN SKIRMISH FIRINg)
Sergraats MeNabk aad Cos Mako Slewg
Searoa at Fart Skorldaa.
CHICAOO. Aug. 11 SklrmUh firing com-
prised tn program of th army snoot at
Fort Sheridan today. Th two beat ehou
In the northern division red th field of
147 contret&nta. Sergeant Juaeph McNabb,
troop K. Eighth cavalry, and William C.
Cox. Ci.mn.ny M. Twnty-tvnth Infantry,
tieing lur l.isi place nun a poinia ou
of a poaalble Tl.slr nearrai comptl
tor wera. P. P. Hernandra. artisan, At
lantic diviaion. and Pmai Claranc Bur
rninl.i Pflmunv two. Ta enlv-aa-venth Ih
faniry. Cuban dlvisiob, sacii cf whoal j
scorad 3H. I
CHICAGO' BLANKS PITTSBURG
Firatei Are Unable to Hit Brown and
Axe Shut Out.
BAT OUT VICTOEY
Tkree Jilts ta Seeead, Coapled wltk
aa Error ay Witser, Glrr The a
Two Rao Otker National
PITTSBURG. Aug. 11 Brown was In-
vinvlbl today and Chicago won from Titts-
burg by a score of 3 to 0. Three hits and
an error by Wagnr In tha second Inning
gar tho visitors two runs. Th locals' hits
were well scattered. The gsme was re
plete with sensational fielding, ths players
of both trams making some wonderful
AR H 0 1.1
ll. cf ... 4 3
4 Thomas, rf. ..4 I 4
fhchtri. If . I
trh. Ih ... 4 t I I t
J Ociarke. It ... I 1 2 I 0
I 4Wanr, ...! I I f 1
I f Stork. Ik I 0 11
l Ab'tlfhlo. a. 1 I I I
I t WHmmi, rf... I t I
0 taikeon. e I 1 I 1
1 lKM 10 00
CMaee. lb... 4
Krer. lb I
cein'elat. Ik 4
Birt. rf... 4
U I 27 10 Initiation ...1 aO I 6
"ip. e I 4 4
krr, s 1 .1
Total M I 17 14 t
Bttd for Gibson In eighth.
Batted for Willi In lghth.
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 O-i
Three-base hit: Clarke. Hit: Off Willis.
T In eight Innings: off Leever. 1 In on in
ning. Sacrifice hits: Ever. Tinker. Ptolen
bases: Kllng, Howard. Ift on bases:
Pittsburg. 4: Chicago. 1 Base on ball:
Off Brown. 1; off Willi 2. First base on
error. Chicago, 1. Struck out: By Brown.
5. Time: 1:35. Umpire: Johnstone.
Even Break la Pkiladelpk la.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 12.-Boton broke
even whh Philadelphia In a double-header
this afternoon. Score, first game;
AB H O A E AB H O A C.
nmwn, rr... a i eursat. ss t I 1 x 1
Bates, If 4
kMinoau at. 4
McOans, lb.. 4
Rlteher. Sb... I
Dahlen. sa. ... I
Sweeney, 8b.. I
Orabarn, c... 1
1 I 0 Km be. lb.... I I I
13 CTIim. rf I 1 1
t I 3 Mase. If f 1
. I 1 1 I 1- BransrtoM. lb 4 1 I 3
.111 lowborn, el... I I 1 M
.III) vDnolin, as 4 4 ft
.141 noeln, t 11121
111 VFoimi. I 1 1 8
Cearlney ... 1 0 t
7 17 II I
Touts 10 T 11 il 2
Batted for Foxen in ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 13
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-1
Two-base hit: Titus. Three-hase hit
Bates. Home run: Browne. 8n critic hits:
Graham, Titus (2), Magee. Stolen bases:
Grant. Knabr Magee, Doolin. Double
plays: Knabe to Doolin to Branafleld.
Doolin to Knabe tBransfleld (2. Left on
bases: Boston, 1; Philadelphia, 9. Bases on
balls: Off Ferguson, i. Hit by pitched
ball: By Fox, L Struck out: By Fergu
son, 2; by Foxen, 2. Time: 1:63. Umpires:
Rlgler and Rudderhsm. Score, second
AB H.O A f AB B. O A S
trast. lb .
BBrrtwM. rf... 4
0 Baaaaiont, ct 4
1 MeOann, lb,. 4
Rltcbey, lb... 1
I Dahlam. aa ... t
4 Sweeney, lb.. 1
0 Bowaeaua. . I
ILIsaaataa, p. I
Oaborae, f... 4
foolln, aa.... 4
Doom, e I
ktrQalllra, p. I
a 14 17 la 1 Total! M I 34 11 I
0 0 0.0 0 2 0 0-3
1 0 tl 1 0 0 -
Browne, McOann, Os-
oorn. ot-cruir nits: Knaoe, Doolin. Ktolen
base: Bates, Magee. Double playa: Magee
to Doolin, Doolin to Knabe to Bransfleld.
Left on bases: Boston. 2; Philadelphia 1
Base on balls; Off McQulllen, 1. Struck
out: By Llndaman, 2; by McQulllen, 2.
Passed ball: Bowerman. Balk: Llndaman.
Time: 1:30. Umpires: Rudderham and
Dodgers Win from Gloats.
NEW YORK. Aug. 1!. Brooklyn set New
York a peg In the race for first place In
the pennant race today by beating th
locals, s to 1. Mucker waa in tine form
and held tha home team when they had
men on oases. Dcor:
BROOKLYN. NEW YORK.
AB.H.O.A B. AB.H O.A K
Burck. If ...
Lam ley. rf..
9 5 4 Tenner, lb... 4
0 4 1 Hersoa, 2b... i
6 2 0 4 Breanahaa. . 4
It ODonlln, rf 4
t 1 6rn04U-, el . 4
111 IDerlln, lb.... 4
13 1 4 Barry, it 4
IIP IBrldwell, as.. 4
111 trrandall. p.. 1
Maloner. cl, . 4
Huckar, p 4
...17 9 27 I CMalarker. p..
.Naedhara ... 1
Batted for Crandall In aeventh.
li: I :
Batted for Malarkey In ninth.
Brooklyn 0 0 110 110 O 5
New oYrk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Two-bae hit: Barry. Beraer. Sheehan.
Hit: Off Crandall. In seven Innings; off
Malarkey. 0 In two Inning. Sacrifice hits:
Hersog, Crandall. 6tolen base: Burch,
Humeb Double play: Tenney to Crandall
to Bresnahan. Left on bases: Brooklyn. 7;
New oYrk. 10. Base on balls: Oft Cran
dall, 3; off Rurker, 3. First base on errors :
Brooklyn. 2. Struck out: By Crandall. 6:
by Malarkey, 1; by Rurker, Z. Passed
ball: Bresnahan (2;. Time: 1:50. Umpire:
GAMES IX AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
LoalSTllIe Wlas from Minneapolis la
Sevealk on Errors.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 11 Errors by
Smith and Fienne gave Louisville two runs
and tha game In the seventh today. Both
pitcners were nit hard, although Putt nam
kept the slouts scattered better. Score;
AB H O A.E. AB.H.O.A.R
ttorall. rf ... 4
II OCn-lar. m I I I I 0
Woodruff, rb. I
t t 1 1 Kerwln. rf... 4 t 1 1
13 9 SO'Nelll. rf... 6 10 9 0
17 1 IWeldar. If. ... I X
113 SBuelow, e.,.,4 t 7 C
ll to Brian, lb... I Ilia
1 dSralih, lb 1113 1
114 1 Clark, lb t t
I 1 1 4Quillln, Ik. ..II T
aianler. rf .. 4
riana, p 4 0 I
41 11 27 14 2Hecblar ..!
Battde for Kerln In ninth.
.19 11 17 I 4
Minneapolis 3 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0-S
0 2 0 0-4)
Louisville e 0 110
Two-bas hits: Burke. Puttnam. Stolen
baaea: Woodruff. Stanley, Harley. Left on
bases: Minneapolis, l; Louisville. n
Doubl play: Pelts to Vulnlan. Base on
ban: on Kiene, 3; off Puttnam, l. struck
out: By Flene, $: by Puttnam, 4. Time:
2.10. Umpire: Blerbaiter and Ksnn.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 12,-Tokvlo and
Kansas City broks even in a double header
bro today. Score first game:
TOLEDO KANSAS CITT.
AS H O A C AB.H.O.A E.
Barbeau. ss . I 4 I IHallmaa, d.t 1 I 1 I
Hlnrkmaa. lb I 3 4 1 IBackley. lb.. 4 1 11
Annb'star, rf. I evaickkora. rl I I I I t
soot, tl 1 1 t sBraaaear, lb. I 3 t
SwoUeB Elands about tha neck, -weak eyes, pale, way cxrmplrxiona, runninr gores
snd ulcer, skin diseases, gnd g-mrrxJ poor health, are tha usual wars in which Scrofula
is manifested. The disease being- deeply intrenched in tha blood often attacks the
bones, resulting in White Swelling-, or hip disease, and the scrofulous and tubercular
matter so thcaroujrhly destroys the healthful properties, oi the blood that Scrofula,
sometimes terminates ia conaumpUon, an incurable cUkams. The entire circulation
being- contaminated, the only way to cure the trouble is to thoroughly purify the blood
and restore the circulation to s stron. healthy state. & & a is the very best trtatrnen;
for Scrofula; it renovate tbe enure blood supply and drires out the scrraSilcms and
tubercular deposits, a & Sl is the greatest of all blood purifiers, and It sot only croc
right down to the very bottom of the trouble and removes the cauea, but it aaotUiaa
the weak, diraed blood with the healthful properties it is ia need of, and ia thiVay
builds up weak, frail scrofulous persons and makes them strong; and healthy ail
is a gentle, safe, vegetable preparation. Book oa the blood containing infonaatioa
about Scrofula and any medical advica fro.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.," ATLAH TA. OA,
nil rOW'HWITHOWTHIIIIIFt AH Recta Dlswase. bwabsd .roe a p-alrie
'TO-DAY lor fro Seek n tfesUl O.a witk YsslisaonlaiaT
DR. E. R. TARRY. 224 Dee Dullciinc, Omaha, Neb.
Iims IM eww.av ad 0 sT f
L)Me. lh.M It IfM, I is
w-4. 111 sr!. twt It
rruti, 1 t i ir-wi 11!
TMakv.wBl 9X7 11
Total ....ft) Hill I
FattH fop Bxnkiay in ninth,
Hrtd for EXrwnto in ninth.
Toledo .... 01SS1001 0-4
Kanaaa CHy 001S02000-3
Famed runsl Toledo 1. Tr baiw. hit-
Carlisle. Base, on ball; Off ITolt. 7; off
tMtck. A wruck out: By Prnltt. 4: bv Ka-
sick, L lft on base: Tntodo. B. Kansas
City, t, Tamble play: Hlnchman. Bar beau to
uster. hacriflce h Is: Prultt. Cross. Insula
111. Pa seed ball: Abbott. First on errors;
Toledo. 1. Time: 1:10. Umpire: Owens.
ccone second gams: .
KAKtAS rtTT. T04.ITDO
41 H O 1 g II M O A a
Hallmaa, tl., I 1 I I BarnM. as . 4 1 lit
t Hlachmaa. fk I
I Arab star, rl. I
rroaa. as . ...
4 1 SnMH. c 4
I t HMkwaa, If.. 3
1 1 I.mer. Ik ... I
I 1 1 k tRIwaet. lb... 4
4 10 3 9 AkbMl. I
, f 1
H II M II ISnltb, t
Nasi.. S 1
Total tl fJ 12 1
Two out when winning run scored.
Toledo 4041000 0 0-1
Kanaaa City S0010000O-T
Earned runs: Toledo, I; Ksnsaa CHv. 1.
Two havso hit: Smoot. Armhruster, rirjis
hear. Three base hits: Braahear. Hlnchman.
Base on balls: Off Nagle, 2: off Steen, 4;
off Smith. 6; off Swain, 1. Struck out: By
Stern. 1; by Smith, 3. Hits: Off Nagle. 2
In one. Inning: off Steen, t In three and
one-third Innings; off Smith, C In five'and
two-third Inning. Ieft on base: Toledo
3; Kansaa City. 14. Double plays: Braahear
to Ooa to Brown (2); I Jeter to Klwart.
Stolen base: Mailman. Scrlfc hits: Smoot.
Hickman, Cross, Carlisle. Wild pitch!
Swain. First base on error- Toledo. 2. Hit
by pitched ball: Brown, 3. Time: 3:10. Um
Ckaataloas Blank Brewer.
MILWAUKEE. Aug. 11 -Taylor wa In
vlnclMe with men on the base and Co
lumbus won easily by a score of 2 to 0.
Pap pitched a beautiful game, but slow
fielding behind him and his wild throw
were responsibly lor two of the runs. Sours:
AB H.O A K , AB.H.O.A B.
Frlel. lb 4 1111 FeMaaoo. aa. I 0 I 4 I
OSwvll, cf. ... I 111 SBrowa. lb.... 4 1 11 1 I
Krusr. If.... I SSI 0 Hoefrner, C...S 041
(onaarton. rl.l 1 1 I t Randall, ct... 4 1 1
Jamat, c 4 1 I Clark, lb t 0 I i
Rainy, as I 1 t 1 Pirns, rf 4 1 I a
Kikra. Ik I 1 9 t Batman, II. . 4 1 4 I
W rnlT. lb.. I I 4 I Mt ena'k. s4 I t
Tsylae, I I c rr. I 0 12 1
Twtala a initi Totals II 4 17 10
Columbus 00000 021 01
Milwaukee 00000000 0-0
Two-base hits: Randall, James. Rsidy.
Sacrifice hits: Odwell, Krugsr, Congalton,
Raidy, Klhm, Wrlgley. Stolen base: Klhin.
Double pl: Brown (unassisted), Taylor
to Wrlgley to Klhm. Left on bases: Mil
waukee, ; Columbus, 4. First base on
balls: Off Tsylor, 4. Hit by pitched hall:
Odwell. Struck out: By Pap. 1; by Tay
lor, 5. Time: 1:50. Umpir: Hayes.
ALL STARS DEFEAT SEWARD
Loral Unable ta Flad At kta Wken
Hits Were Needed. -
SEWARD, Neb.. Aug. 12,-The All
Star of Onihi defeated Seward in
a fast and exciting game, 'by a score of
4 to 2. Both teams played fast ball, but
the Inability of tho horn team to find At
kln with men on base prevented them
Phenomenal catches In tha outfield by
Mullen. Qulgley and Murphy wera , tha
feature of tii game.
Atkins pitched a great game for Omaha,
allowing but five hit and striking out
six. He w-aa strong with men on bases and
at no time was in danger. Kissel sls
pitched good luil), but was week with men
on bsses and Omaha's hits camo when they
This makes two games won for Sewsrd
and one for Omaha out of the set lea. The
i1HO.il, AS. HO. AC
Penny, as,... 4
1 6 Peeler, cf.... I
Trowb g. lb 4
I 4 Uurphr. II ... I
I If. Ltng. lb.. I
1 Bwarti. as.... I
'Karl, tb , I
0 E. Uns. e... I
IW'sar.r. rf ... 4
Browalnf, lb 4
a Kissel, p 4
rarley, ' lb...
.M I B 1 Total..
M 111 il I
01000000 24 ' 0
00001 000 0-1 : 5 1
Two-base hit: Brcwrlng. Sac'rlflc hits:
Sealey, Neff. Stolen base: (Jul. ley 12).
Double play: Dejiny to Elliott to Karley.
Baees on ball: Off Atklna, 6 Hit bv
pitched ball: Alklnsf 3- Struck out: B
Atkins. 6; by Kissel, 7. Time: 1:6. Umpire,
PLAINVIEW, Neb.. Aug. 11 (Special
Telegram.) On of the beat games of bsli
ever played In northern Nebraska wai
Played here this afternoon between th
Bterllngs and the fast O'Neill team, tin
locals winning by a score of C to 0. Duna
way twirled for the Sterlings and achieved
the record of pitching a no hit. no rue
game and striking out half a dosen bats
men. He wa given gilt-edged support ant.
was never in a tight place during fho gam
Chapman carried off tha batting honor,
but was followed closely by Kelley an?
Biprllngs 00020200 5.' i B,
...0 0 0
v v v v e j
0 0 '00 0 4
TMsaseh Wlaa Slow Game.
TECUM8EH. Neb., Aug. 11 iBpecia,
Telegram.) Tocumaeh defeated Sterling li
a alow gam today. Score:
Btertlng "l 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 21
Tecumaeh 10000(10 11
Batteries: Sterling. Olffln. MeCulloch and
Emmen; Tecumaeh, Parries, Stewart ant
EVENTS ON THE HIXNING TRACK!
Darante Wlas Hlatorle Trarers Stake
SARATOGA N. Y., Aug. U-On a ven
heavy track Dorante, oaj-rylng top weight,
Ut pounds, won the historic Traver atakea
worth 9o.5a2 to th winner, at Saratoga to
day. Dorante, who ha Improved wonder
fully lnce coming here, ran the best rac
! haa shown this year and J. Lee put up
a perfect rid on the Foreythe colt. Kins
James was aecond, with Beauooup third
The time, 2:0!r,. for on mil and a quartet
was good conaiderlng th track conditions
Bir John Johnson Jumped away Into a two
lengths lead, followed by King James and
Beauooup, with Doranta bringing up thi
rear. Sir John Johnson continued to ahow
the way to tha uppar turn, where ShUllns
aent King Jam to tha lead, but almo7
Immediately began to send Doranta ut
on th outide. At tha final furlong poli
h was on even terms with King Jatnei
and In th drlva bagaa lo draw away to wis
by thr-quartrs of a length. King Jatnei
wa ten Unartha Ufor lmcoup. Bum
Claelaaatl Natloaala ta Lakau
CINCINNATI. O.. Aug. 11-Aftor th.
Close of th regular baa ball season In
this country, the Cincinnati National
jeagua club will play In Cuba, contract4
having been lgnd today. It I plannaa
to hav tho Cincuuiati regular team play
with all the leading teams of Cuba.
1 mm j 1 a
THE CUHEJr OH
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