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HIE OMAHA DAILY nHK: SATl'HDAY. Al'M'ST
Peters of Chicago Wins Finals in Mid-West Tennis Tourney; Des Moines Forfeits Game to Sioux
, FARM AND M AX H I.AXI) I'Oit Kl.U
A DELIGHTFUL EXCURSION
In a Private Car
NORTH PLATTE VALLEY, TUESDAY,
CHICAGO WINS FROM BOSTON
Two of Lindaman'i Fanes Are Turned
REULBACH DRIVEN FROM BOX
Nine North River Farms
v hare Just closed a contract with the onrrs of 4,'on acres of land In the
N!Tth Plttt -valley. This land formerly i omprtsed lo bg ranches. The hus
bai.'d In each case liavc died and the widow being urmhlc to manage the lnml have
f . indented to allow tia to cut these fine ramlin Intd farms. We have divided the
tract. Into farms varying In slxe from ltil Hires to acrr., hut will subdivide
these' farm to ault tiurihutn.
Intthl tract of land the homeseeker can purchase an ideal farm, lie can get
1rrlga.td land, bench farming land, hay Isnd and hill grazing Intnl. all In the aame
farm. 'Or he can buy all Irrigated or al! grazing land or all bench farming land.
There are Ms arts of fine Improvement on thin tract, which makes It possible for
the hotrieeeeker to Duy a. well Improved place. The prices on these farms range
from to $4 per acre, depending on the location and Improvements.
For the rrtan who Is looking for a borne we don't know of a better thing to offer
- him tha hese Platte valley farms. This irsct Is directly west oT the Hershey
"Vlony. vf..ich Is one of the most prosperous seitioii of the state and which tndav
ha fine iiropa grewlng on every farm and the owners don't want to sell their land.
In a flitlon to these nine fine farms we have several other tracts which we can
offer yii. We can aell you forty acres, eighty acres, a quarter section, section or
a five (Umisand-acre ranch.
Remember- that we leave Omaha at 4 : 10 p. m. Tuesday. August 26. In a private
car. This car will be taken to the land by a special engine Wednesday morning
over th new branch of the Union Pacific up the North Platte river valley and we
will return to Omaha Thursday morning. This will be a fine trip to a fine coun
try. Get ready and go with us. Write or wire
Payne Investment Company
General Land Merchants, First Fl nor X. Y. Life Bldg , Omaha, Neb.
' " " ( 713 n
ab Tnlrler la lilt Freely In First
Tso Innings nnd la Succeeded
liy Overall, Who Stops
CtTY property for sale.
. - - i (Continued.)
No Better Way to Start On
110' cash, W.10 per month, without Inter
est, are the- terms on which we sell tho
very f meet reaWanee lota, with exception
to none, for beauty of location, view, con
venlence to car, stores,, general surround
ing etc., anywhere to be found In or near
the-city at the prtrts. Good eawt front
lots. $0,' M0, M60.' 1400 and up to W0; also
west: north and south fronts, same. You
can't-make a- better Investment and cer
tainly none so safe and the 111) ami and
Vi lO monthly would scarcely be felt. This'
la tho efcsteet-possible way to acquire, a
choice home aite and at the same tlmo ac
cumulate an -absolutely safe savings ac
count. Take Benson car to Lynn Ave., then
two blocks -south -and you are on tho tract,
or call at office or 'phono Doug. V57 and
we will meet you at any time.
. Russell &,McKitrick Co.,
432 Karn Bldg. 15th and Harney St.
, ' - - (l)-744 a
' Jtib Fxuit.Fann .
1 On Dodge Street Road
It la choice, well Improved and near the
city; good C-room house, nicely finished;
large barn, granary, chicken house and
sheds; tw6. wells, 60-barrel cistern; tract
consist of 86 acres of good fertile land,
adapted to fruit, garden truck and poultry
raising) one-aore' of fine grapes, 105 apple
M cherry, 2o peach and a large number of
plum tree; and blackberries, black and red
raspberries: 10 acres of corn and 6 acres of
pasture. This place must be aeon to bq ap
preciated. It la on a Rood macadam road
. leadmgtqlhe) ORy. thererry furnishing easy'
access to a fine market for produce. If von
are looking for something that Is first-class
you should see us at once,
PAYNE, BOST WICK & CO.,
' - Main Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
FARM A M tt (.tl I. AMU FOR SAI.K
M Iscel la neons Cant inned.
lOO.Oot) acre of western Nebraska and
eastern Colorado Improved and unimproved
lands al )." t li pur acre. Any stxe tract,
lime crop.. Writ or come and see Us.
Globo Land and Investment Co., 312 8. 1Mb
8t Omaha. (20) M814
CHICAGO. Aug. 21. Two of Llndnmans
parses were turned Into- rune today. Well
placed drrvea, with the fumble of a hard
hit ball, scored the other three. The vis
itors found' Roulbach re.ther freely and
he retired after two ouis In the third.
Overall succeeded him and allowed but
two safeties. Score:
AB - H .0. A . K. An. H. OAK
Hofmsn. cf .. 4 1 f 1 "Beiker. rf....4 0 a I "
Fherksnl. If . 4 I I ' OBstes, If 5 1 1 0 0
Chsnre, lb...l 1 I t llrsumont, cf 4 1 0 0
Emi, 2b I t 1 I evtcOinn, lb.. I 1 0 1
Sieinffldt. lib J 1 S l OKItihev, 2b . I I 4 3 1
Hnwiril, rf...4 1 1 0 opahlfn. . . . I 0 S 8 0
Tlnk T. .... 0 2 1 I Sweeny. Ib.. 1 1 ' 2
1nran, t...t. 1 tl cBmltti. r S 122"
Kllnn. c I 1 0 0Llndmn. p. 1 0 0 2 0
Rettihaih. .. 0 9 0 I-Frruon, p.. 0 0 0 A i
Overall. I 0 1 f i llrunrne 1 (1 0 11 0
K.'lley I 0 0 0
Totllt ) 27 S 1
Totuli n 8 24 13 2
Hatted for Llndaman In sixth.
Batted for Ferguson In ninth.
ChlesKo 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 -."
Boston 01100000 1-3
Two-base bit: Rlti hlc. Thiee-bf.se hits
Sweeney, Bates. Jilts: Off Meuluach In
two and two-thirds Innings. S; off Overall
In mx ami one-third Innings, ir; off l lniln
inan in five Innhigs, 8; off Ferguson In
three inlngs, !. Sacrifice hits: Stelnfeldt,
Smith, Ushlen. Stolen buses: Rltclicy,
Mrtlann, Double play: Becker to Kitchry.
Left on bnses: Chlrftgn, 4; Boston, 9.
First base on balls: Off R"tilbHch, 4; off
Overall. 1; off Lindaman, 2. First bso
on errors: 'Jilcngo, - 2; Boston. 1. Hit by
pitched ball: By Overall. Rltehev. f truck
but: By Reulbach, 2; by Overall, 6; by
Ferguson. 1. Time: 1:15. I'mMres: Rud
(b i iiam and RIhIt.
I'lralea Defeat Downers.
riTTPRFRtl. Aug 21 -IMttshurg won rt
po.tponil game from Lrooklyn fdav by
a score of 2 ly 1'. Score:
riTT.'Ft HI. tinK)KI.VN
AB H O A K AB.H.n.A.K
Thnmtli. rf. .. 0 I 0 CPtte. !h ... I 1 0 4 0
Lfifh, 3b.... 4 1 1 1 M.umler. rf.-.H I 1 S
lr. If ..101" Hiitnme, If.. I 010
Wisner. m... J I 1 1 CJnwtsn. .lb. ... 4 1
Ab Hi bin. Sb. 4 I) 4 ' bewlf. M....4 114 0
So.rke, lb .... 4 lid t 0Her-n. e ...4 1 1 l
4 I 0 ( d Sheehtn. Ih . I II I 1
4 I (1 n M. Mlllan. if. I 2 1 II' 1
I 1 J J Ru-k r. p . . . I o S 0
Alpermnn . . 1 e 0 0 f,
SI 2T n
Tol.l. SI 7 24 10 1
Patted for nucker In ninth.
rittsburg 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 -2
Brooklyn 0 0 o 0 o i o 0 0-1
Two-base hits: Leauh? Wilson. Thre"
base hit: Maddox. Sncrlfhe l.lt: Thomas.
Stolen bases: Leach. Warii"r, Tatte.
Ijeft on buses: Plttsborr, !: Brooklyn, 6.
First bnse on halls: Off Ricker, 3; off
Maddox. 4. Struck otit: By Rtieker. 4;
by Maldx. 2. Tim": 1:45. I'mplre: iVDny.
Inrdinals Defeat Phllllea.
ST. 1-OrtS, Aug. 21. -A donble. followed
by two sacrifices In the ninth Inning,
scored one run and gave St. luis the
second game of the series with Philadel
phia by a score of 4 to 3. Score:
ST. l)t IS. ', PH1LADKI.PHIA.
AB. HOAR. AH. HO. AC.
fhw. rf .... 4 1 2 0 Xlnnt. Sh 5 2 9 2 0
I'hirlrj, 2b... 4 1 4 8 0 Knutif. 2h....4 1 6 1 0
Murrav. rf...4 ISO Titos, rf 4 I 0 0 vl
Konetrkr, lb, 4 111 0 Mff. If 4 1 1 fl 0
!lrhnlv. If. S 1 0 0 0 Onborne. rf . 4 2 1 0 0
Nvrne, lh....t t i I 0 Hr.n-flelil. lb 4 ! t 1 O
Relllv. m .... 1 0 3 1 Iloolln. M....J 0 2 i 2
l.udwlK. c... I 1 6 I 1 Orniln, 0 4 16 10
l.unh, p : S 0 0 1 il CurrMon. p .. 4 0 1 4 1
Toulii 3! 10 27 III J Tolsln M W:6 14 2
One out when winning run was made.
St. Louis 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 1 1 o 0 0-3
Two-base Mts: Murray, rant, Konet
hy. Threo-baso hits: T'liarles, Magee,
Osborne. Sacrifice hits: Deleliunty, Byrne.
Stolen bases: Lioolln, Osborne, Tltns. Dou
ble play: Byrne to Charles Jo Konetchy.
Left on bases: St. Louis, 1; Philadelphia,
7. First base on balls: Off Lush, 1.
Struck out: Bv Lurh. 5; bv Corrldon. B.
Wild pitch: Lush. Time: 1.47. I'mplre:
Standing of the Teams
WfcST. LKAOLE I A MLR. ASS'X.
W.UPct J W.L.IVt
Omaha bt 4ti ,ii Louisville ...74 M .o'vt
Sioux CHy... n0 .rxW Indian lis ...73 54 .MS
Lincoln f .h Toledo 2 M 671
Denver ' M .&' Columbus ...71 M .!.
Pueblo Ml xt .44.'Minneapolls .03 fij ,WH
Des Moines. .403 .34t Kansas Clty.M RS .4it:i
Milwaukee ..So 72 .413
St. Paul W S7 .310
NATL. LEAGUE. AM BR LtAUUE.
Pittsburg ...65 42 6o7 Detroit 5 43
New York ..K4 4i .6i4 St. 1-ouls .... 4 .&T7
Chicago ... 2 4rt .574 Cleveland ... 61 49 .SM
Philadelphia 67 47 . 64K Chlcagn 60 Mt .54ri
Cincinnati ..54 M .491 Philadelphia ..M 53.5nO
Boston 47 62 ,431iBolon ?S R7 4R2
Brooklyn ...41 61 .SiH) Washington. 44 fa .411
St. Ixmls ....RS9 .3MNew.York . 35 73 .Sl'l
Westctn League Omaha at Denver, Lin
coln at Pueblo. Sioux City at Des Moines.
National League Boston at Chicago,
Brooklyn at Pittsburg, New York at Cin
cinnati. Philadelphia at ' St. Louie.
American league Chicago at Boston. St.
Ixiula at New York, Detroit at Washington,
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
American Association Columbus at St.
Paul. Toledo at Minneapolis, Indianapolis
at Kimn City. Ixiuisvllle at Milwaukee.
dlhMBRhouseOrp-H g,..N....8 ..ow
the Western s.ot iiitli n. lodiiy disr1ri'
of three players to the Luuisvllle te;im of
the Am-'ili B-i association for Jl 'Ml each.
Pitcher Pelby, Second Baseman' K Oleson
ni'd Outfiilder ljtmlrelh. Cooh y also sold
Pitcher Hapirinan to the Chicago Na
tionals for t3.PV.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm and ImnrK Lands fur Heat.
FOR MKNT ACR17S.
15 to 20 acres just on edge ot city (northi
westi for winter wheat or olhor small
gruln. Real L'statn Title-f runt Co..
ground llour tT. 8. Nsllonul Bank Bldg.,
1201 Farnam. (ilj M72i23
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FOR SALE OR RENT Brick residence;
21 fooms; extensive grounds; walking
distance; suitable for residence, hospital
or club house. C. H. Brown, 407 Brown
DANDY (-room cottage; modern; Kountse
place, -'Mion owner, Webster V9. Term.
, . tl9)-M520 A31
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH W. FAR
NAM SMITH & CO. WS DON'T LIST
AND FORGET WE SELL, 1320 FARNAM
STREET!., Tel." Doug. 1064; Ind, A-1064.
(19 M519 25
Will buy -brie 1c business -property rented
for 13,400 year.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
LJ8T your property with Chris Boyer. 221
and Cuming Sts. (19) C13
it UA'fctTl UIHU
' , ' 3aloraao, -
GOOD FARMTNO LAND Near Denver,
Greeley distrust: wells 2 to 40 feet; abun
dapu of moisture; general farming, in
cluding corn raising; ouo crop pays lur
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO.,
iS2'BrapOi Bldg, Omaha, Neb.
TRAMPlNO . LAKE, Baakatcbewan and
Boultieru Alberta selected lands, $9 to (in
pr acre. aWtllers secure farms on crop
paynivui pian. Agents wantea. write
Uundy & Gundy, Dept. U, Union Bank
; aildg.. vvianipvg, ta)-4ko
- fliia, .
SARPY COUNTY FARM
1 Near Fort Crook and only half mile from
' electrlu var line, about 160 acres, good Im
: provemvrKs, 8-room house, large barns, or
I chard. Price,. $a6 per acre for Quick sale.
I A bargain..
AVM. DICKEY REED,
421 N. Y. Life Bldg.. Omaha.
. 4M 70 a
V100 TO lio.oou ltia.ie promptly. F. D. Wend.
Weill Bldg., ma ana f arnam. (22) J'ji
LOANS on improved Omaha property.
O'Keefc R. ii Co., lwCi N. Y. Life Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT
Money to loun on
Omaha business truperty.
Room 1. XSew York Llm Bldg.
WANTED City loan and warrants W.
Fa "nam Smith U Co., 1UU 1- arnam St.
WANTED City loan.
Peter Trust Co.
LOWEST HATEB Ben Is, Paxton Blk.
MONEY TO BUILD.
loOti to lAW.OuO at current rate.
TV. H. THOMAS. J'J3 Firs ial. Bank Bldfc
. , . . cm .
PAYNE, BOBTWICK & CO., N. Y. Life.
Private money, ooo to 15,100, Low rato.
- (22 3U2
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co!
PRIVATE MONEY NO DELAY.
GARVIN BROS., WW FARNAM.
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for 2-hand furniture, car
pels, clothes and shoes. Tel. Douglas 397L
RIGHT price paid for 2d-hand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, sbouf. Tel. Red
6401. ; 0)-i97
for the period of six years. Provided, that
the member of the Supreme Court whose
term of orflce 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
the electors of th' State, the Governor
shall, Immediately upon issuing tne procla
mation declaring said amendments adopted,
appoint four (41 Judges of the Supreme
Court, two (2) of whom shall be appointed
to b.olil said office until their successors
shall he elected at the gene; a 1 election In
19ii3, and')ia"ve qualified; and the other two
I") shall hold their office until their suc-
cfbsors shall be elected at the general elec
tion, held In 1911, and have qualified.
Section 4. (Amendment proposed.) That
Section six (6 of Article six (6, of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska, be
.i ... wl ,1 tA rma A n m fnllnwar '
Section 6. (Oblef Instloe.)
Justice shall serve as such during all the
trm for which he was elected. He shall
preside at all terms of the Supreme Court,
and In his absence th judges present sliail
select one of their number to preside tempo
rarily. Section 6. (Amendmsni proposed.) That
Section thirteen (13), .or Article six (6), of
the Constitution of Nebraska, be amended
to read as follows:
Section 13. (Judges, salaries.) That
Judges of the Supreme Court shall each
receive a salary of 4,50ij, and the Judges of
the District Court shall each receive a
salary of 13,000 per annum, payable quar
terly. Approved April . 1907.
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
is a true and correct copy of thi original
enrolled and engrossed bill, aa passed by the
Thirtieth session of tho legislature of th
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 ut the State of Ne
braska for their adoption or rejection at
the general election to be held on Tuesday
the 3rd duy of November. A. D. 190.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the Great Heal of the
State of Nebraska Done at Lincoln, this
15th day of July, In tho year of our Lord
One Thousand Nine Hund.'ed end Riuht,
and of the Independence of the United
States the One Hundred and Thirty-third,
and of this State the Forty-second.
GEO. C. JUNKI.V.
(Seal.) Secretary of State.
(JAMES IX THPl AMIOIIirW I.F.AGVE
Waahlnsrton Donrhri tills and Wins
WASHINGTON. Aug. 31. -Washington
hurhed two hits and a base on balls on
Wlllet In the first Inning today and defeated
Detroit, 3 to 1. Score:
AB.H.O.A.K. AB H O A E
Milan, rf 1 1 J ! JMrlotvr. If.. 2 1 , 2 6 0
Plrkerlng, if. 0 0 0 0 0Srhier, 2b . 4 1 0 S 0
Bi'htpke, .lb.. 4 0 0 0 K'rtvforit. rf. 4 1 2 II 0
0nlfv. If.... I 0 3 0 Oobh. rf 4 0 1 0 0
t nslaub, 2b. , I 1 1 4 ('Kortmin, lb. 2 0 14 1 0
t'lymer. rf...3 1 1 0 eHrhmldt. c . . J 10 10
Preamin, lb.. 2 10 I Ceughlln, Jk. 2 1 0 1 0
Mi'Hflilf. .. 2 0 2 OO'Leary, M..3 0 12 0
Btreet. c 2 0 5 1 (I Willed, p.... 2 0 4 5 4
Johnson, p. . 2 0 0 i I Jonw 1 u 0 0 I
Totals 2 4 37 10 2 Totals 31 5 24 1
Batted for Coughlln In ninth.
Washlnston 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3
Detroit 01000000 01
Sacrifice hits: 1'r.glaub, Johnson. 8tolen
bases: Milan (2). Schmidt, Coughlln. Double
plays: Unglaub, McBride and Freeman. lA'ft
on bases: Washington. 3: Detroit. . Base
The Chief on balls: Off Johnson, 1;. off. Willctt, 2.
WANTED TO RENT
BET. Sept. 1 and Oct. 1, 4 or 5 unfurnished
looms, for light housekeeping.' Tel. Har
ney 941. , (2S) M724 24
WANTED Furnished house for the win
ter by responsible middle aged couple;
can give best refeiences. Telephone Doug
las 3i'05, between 2 and . (2)-M754 2Sx-
DENTIST experienced, wants " location In
Nebraska. Address 2 tto, care Hee. .
y (27) MZtiS 23x
SITUATION warned by young man, 23
years, single, as aulu drl er, ejfpc lenred.
B 37. Bee. (27) M756jg x
BTOVE, rUKNACti, STEAM and hot water
boiler lepaira; water fronts.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS,
12m- Douglas Si.
Telephone Bull Douglas 960.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND
MENT. The following proposed amsndment to
the constitution of th State of Nebraska,
a Hereinafter set lortn ta mu, is sud
mltttd to th elector of th Stat of Ne
braska, to b voted npon at th general
ltotion to b held Tuesday, Tovmbr 3rd,
A. S. 1908.
A JOINT RESOLUTION to propose an
Arh'sndmrnt to Section 9, Article S, of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska.
Be It Resolved and Unacted by th legis
lature ot th Btat of Hbraskai
Section 1. (Amondmnt) That at the
general election for state and legislative
officer to be held on the Tuesday succeed
ing the first Monday In November, 19W, the
following provision be proposed and sub
mitted to the electors of the stat as an
amendment to Section 9, Arltcle 8, of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska:
Section 9. (Xduoatlonal Funds, Invest
ment.) 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 th state shall supply all losses thereof
First on errors: Detroit, 1. Hit by pitched
ball: By Johnson. 1. Struck out: By John
son), 4. Wild pitch: Wlllett, 2; Johnson, 1.
Tlmei 1:3a Umpire: Egan.
It row n a Win Close Game,
NEW YORK, Aug. 2a. Errors at critical
numentsmoments were fatal to the locals
chances In a close game with St. Louis to
day, the visitors winning, 4 to 3. Both
Howell and Lake pitched good ball, but
the former was steadier and his support
better. Score; . ...
ST. UH'IS.' NKW YORK.
AB.H.O.A.B. , v AB.H.O.A E.
Stent, It 4 0 2 1 nConrnv, 2b... 6 112 1
Jlsntsll. rf.. 4 0 0 ) OMrllvoen, rf. 2 1 0 0 n
lieldrli'k, cf.. 4 2 10 t chase lb 4 0 16 1 9
Karris. 31).... 4 0 12 J rtpoiyhtll, ff. 1 0 2 0 0
Wallace, as . 4 2 5 2 tiMortarlty, 3b. 4 1 1 3 0
Williams, 2b; 3 0 0 4 ODMshantr, If. I 2 0 0 0
Btrphena, c... 4 1 I 2 OllaU, SS 5 3 2 I 2
T. Jonas, lb. 3 0 V2 0 1 Hl.tr, r. ...... 3 0 4 4 1
Howell, p.... 4 0 0 1 SKMilasl, ...! 0 0
- UKe. p.: 1 0 2 0
Totals 33 4 27 14 5 l.apone 1 0 0 0 0
Orttt 1 0 0 0
l - Td1b...,..35 9 2713 J
Batted for Delehanty In ninth.
Batted for Lake In rjinth.
St. Iuls 0 O'O 3 2 0 0 0 04
New York 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 03
Two base hits: Wallace, Ball. Three base
hit: Mcllveen. Sacrifice hits: Mcllweein
Williams. Stolen bases: Heindrlck. Ball.
Double plays: Ball and Chase;. Williams
Wallace and Jones. . First on errors:- St
Ijoula. 1: New York. 1. Ieft on bases: St.
Louis, 6; New York, 5.-Base on balls: Off
Howell, 2; off Lake, 1. Struck out: By
Howell, 3; by Lako, 6. Time: 2:U. umpire:
Chicago Win from Boston
BOSTON. Auf. 21. Chicago won an up
hll game from Bostorj today, 8 to 7, each
team using three pitchers, score:
CHICAGO. . BOSTON.
AH H O A K AB.H.O.A.E
H.hn. rf .. . 4 2 10 OMTonnell. 2b 6 2 12 1
Jones, cf 4 11 1 tLnril. 31 5 1 2 2 C
llavla. 2b 2 2 2 OThoner. If ... 5 2 2 0 0
DDUKhrrtv. If 5 2 1 0 0 Oeasler. rf....4 2 3 0 0
Donohus. lb . 4 0 14 1 Ogtahl. lb 4 110 0 0
Parent, aa 0 1 6 0 I'-rluiKviw. tit I I 0 t
W Sullivan, c 1 0 1 2 0 Wsgner, as. . . 4 2 1 0
Anderaon ...1 1 0 0 0arri(an. v
Shaw, i- 2 0 6 0 urliotle, p.,
Tannehlll, 8b 4 0 1 1 OSleele, p....
Smith, p 0 0 0 1 l-cravam ..
. l l 9 v v Bartntii, p
. 1 0 0 2 Totals...,
.. 2 2 5 2 0
. 1 0 0 0 0
.0 0 0 1 0
. 1 0 0 0 0
.38 1 27 13 1
Totala 37 12 27,21 I
Batted for W. Viulllvan 'in fourth
Batted for Smith In second.
Butted for Steele -In sixth.
Chicago 00070100 0-8
Boston 3 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 07
Two base hit: Jones. Thee base hits: Wan
rjer. Davis. Hits off Smith. 7 in two in
nltigs; off Cicotte, t In three and two-thirds
M4.it Bl.lJ-HE MK.lt
Fast Maryvllle Team aart orlalnals
and Holl and West Knd.
Pans need nut stay away from Vinton
street paik Saturday nor Sunday Just be
cause the Chumps are out of town, for
there will be three fast games of ball
there. Saturday the Ie-Glass-Andreesen
OrmiiiHls, the local amateur champions,
win play tne great semi-pros or aiaryvuie,
Kan., the team from which Lincoln got Its
crack pitcher, Hendrlx. Then Sunday the
Originals play the Maryvllle team again,
nut tieiore tins game me nouys hiio est
End team of Omaha will play. These two
Eames will constitute the double-header
unday, the first game being called at
o'clock. The game Saturday will be
called at 3:30.
The local fans are In great luck to have
this opportunity. The Originals and Mary
vllle teams are two or tne iastesi inue-
tiendent teams In the entire west and tho
Holly and West Ends are snappy amateurs.
A certain Western league team I dicker
ing with a certain member of the Mary
OMAHA GETS TtlE AMES CAN
Metropolii Will Be Scene of UniTeriity
Foot Ball Contest.
DIRECTOR EAGER DECIDES . n
(ornhnskers Probably Will Play Awn
at Inlon Park Xpvember T
Loral Sentiment Ktroaar
far Match. '
The Nebraska-Ame foot ball game will
be played In Omaha Novemben -7, accord
ing to the present plan of both th Ne
braska and Ames management. Athletic
Director Eager was In Omaha Friday com
pleting arrangements for the game, which
probably will be played at Vinton treet
park. The game Is scheduled for, November
7. with the place of playing left open to
be decided upon by Manager Eager.
While in Omaha Friday h vlalted many
vine team for next year and other profess I people to see what the sentiment for th
slonals are watching this great aggregation. ,ome wa. nd did not find a dissenting
was the total of the Indians' hitting and
thev suffered their first shutout this year.
Past fielding by the Indians kept down the
store. Tlie score:
Oxford 0 0 fl 0 0 0 0 0
Cambridge 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22
Batteries: Oxford, Hoekenberry and Nun
amaker; Cambridge, F"ugates and Lucas.
GAMES IN AMKHICAN ASSOCIATION
St. Panl and Toledo Break Even In
ST. PAUL. Minn.. Aug. 21 St. Paul and
Toldo broke even In a double header today.
Catcher Ijind of Toledo, who has been sold
to Cleveland will loin that club August SO,
and Catcher Fisher of Cleveland will Join
Toledo on the same day. Score first game:
TOLEDO. ST. PAUL.
AB.H.O.A. P. AB.H.O.A.E.
narhesu. ..( 2 1 ( Oeler, If 4 10 0 0
Itlnrhman. 2b 4 1 1 4 0B. Mvsrs. cf. I 0 1 0 1
Armh stsr, rf 2 0 1 t 0 Flood, rf 1 1 0
moot rf 4 2 0 0 OWhsrltr. 2n.. 4 0 2 6 1
Hli-sman, If . 4 1 0 CIistIs, rf-o...l 0 10 0
Ahliolt, c 3 0 o 0 OJ. Myers, c. . . . I 15 1
Llnter, lb.... 4 3 17 0 OTIsmyer, 3b.. 4 113 0
Mrf'srthv. .th. 4 3 1 1 0 Nee. ss 4 2 12
Prultt, p 3 0 0 1 0 Lauajhlin, lb. 3 114 1 0
West, p 0 0 0 0 ODunleavy, p.. 3 0 4 3 D
Totals 84 11 27 12 0 Totals 81 T 27 II 3
Toledo 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 14
St. Paul 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 04
Two-base hits: McCarthy. Lister. Double
tilftvs: .Wheeler to I.anglilln: Hlnchman to
Lister I2i: Hlnchman to Barbeau to Lister.
Base hits: Off Prultt, 8 In eight innings;
off Went, 1 In one Inning. Bases on balls:
Off Prultt, 4; oft Dunleavy, 5. Struck out:
By Prultt, 4; by Dunleavy, 4; by west, l.
wild pitch: Dunleavy. aaormce nits:
Hlnchman, Dunleavy. Time: 2:15. Umpire:
ST. PAVU. TOLEDO.
Geler, If 4 2 0 0 1 Rsrbrsu, SS..4 2 0 1 1
B. Myers, cf. 3 1 4 1 1 Hlnrhman, 2b 4 1 1 4 0
Wheeler, to.. 4 14 0 1 Armb'atar, rf 2 0 2 2 0
Davis, rf 4 12 0 OS moot. cf...i. 4 0 2 0 0
J. Miyeri. c..4 2 4 5 ulllrkmsn, If.. 4 0 1 0 0
Tlemyer, 3b.. 8 0 3 1 0 Land, c 4 15 0 0
Ns, ss 4 1 1 1 I Lister, lb 4 0 12 u
Laugblln, lb. 4 2 7 0 II MrCarthy, 8b. 8 2 1 1 2
Hall, p 2 0 0 4 ONagle, p 2 0 0 2 0
Totala 82 10 27 12 5 Totals 32 24 11 I
Score second game:
Toledo 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 02
St. Paul 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 -?
Two-base hits: I-and, J. Myers, Oeler.
Double plav: Nee to Wheeler to 1 .nil g hi in.
Base on balls: Off Nagle, 1.. Hit by pitched
ball. Armbruster. Struck out: By Naglc,
6; by Hall, 6. Passed balls: Myers, 3. Sac
rifice hits: B. Myers, Hall (2). Time: 1:30.
Goodwin 1 Wild.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 21. Goodwins
wlldness forced two men acrosa the plate
in the second Inning today and Klhni'e
wild heavo over third allowed the deciding
run to cross. Both the visitors runs came
on errors, for Wilson was effective
throughout. Score: '
Oyler. SS 4 1 t 1 -uFrltl. 34 4 1 0 2
Qulllln. lb... 4 0 10 0 OOdwell, rf....4 12 0 0
O'Neill, cf..,4 1 2 0 fl Krussr, If.... 2 0 2 0 0
Klene, If 1 1 1 0 'jConialion, rf. 4 8 2 0 0
Krrwln, rf.,,8 1 4 1 1 James, c 4 0 5 1 0
Blnk, c 8 1 8 1 1 Haldy, ss 8 113 0
O'Brien, 2b.. 2 0 2 3 SKIhm. lb 3 0 12 0 1
Hmith. 8b I 6 2 1 PWrlslsv. 2b. . 4 0 0 1 0
Wilson, p 8 0 0 1 0 Goodwin, p... 4 0 0 0
Totsls 26 8 27 8 4 Totals 37 5 24 12 1
Minneapolis 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 -3
Columbus 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 02
Sacrifice hit: Klhm, Wrlgley. Double
plays: Kerwln to Qulllln; Frlel to Ja.me
to Kilni. Left on bases: Minneapolis, 3;
Columbus. 7. Struck out: By Wilson, 6;
by -Goodwin, 2. Hit by pitched ball: By
Goodwin, 1. Bases on balls: By Goodwin,
2. Tlmo: 1:20. Umpire: Kane.
Distillers Pile I p Ilia Spore.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 21. Louisville over
whelmed Kansas City today and won the
game by a score of 11 to 3. Cross. Beckley
Here are the teams for the Originals and
Lee-Olass-A. Position. Maryvllle.
Lewis First Wolfe
Dougherty Second llamlll
Mlnikua Third Clark
l,awler Shortstop Kolu n
Casey Left Ptimma
Olbson Center Flshhaek
Henry Right Hawthorne
E. Clair Catcher O. Vance
Williams Pitcher C. Vance
Moriarlty .Pitcher Merkel
4TREHT CATCHES HIGH BALL
Washington Player Take One In from
Toa cf lonment.
W A SH 1 NO TO N, Aug. 21. Charles Street,
catcher of the Washington Base Ball team,
today Won a bet of fcon made with John
Blddln of this city, by pernfrmlng the un
precedented, though oft-attempted feat of
catching a regulation btse ball dropped
from the tup of the Washington monu
ment. The ball was dropped from one of
the small window near tho top of lh
monument at a height of 5.V) feet. Street
caught it on the thirteenth attempt, the
failures being due to a rather brisk wind
which deflected the ball In Its course.
Same J, Emmet lleldrlck.
When fans saw the name of lleldrlck In
the lineup of the St. Ixnils Brown the
other day many of them gasped and won
dered If this was the same J. Emmet
Heldrlck who played the outer garden for
that team a few years ago. It Is. His re
turn to the game after several years of re
tirement I most -remarkable. He signed .
two-year contract with tho Browns the
other day In Philadelphia. He will be a
great hrilp, as he Is a fine batsman, good
base runnvr and fielder and corking
thrower. He was horn at Queenslown, Pa.,
on July 9, 1876, He showed promise as a
ball plaver while a student at the New
York State college at Elmlra, N. Y. HIS
debut as a professional was made with the
Franklin, Ta.. team .of the Iron and Oil
league. In IRMt be was a member of the
Atlantic City Independents, composed of
collegians, and In 1M)7 and 1898 with the Pet
erson team of the Atlantic league. Toward
the close of the 1888 race he was bought by
the Cleveland club of the National league,
which was transferred to this city by the
Boblsons the following year: He deserted
to the Browns in li)2 and remained with
MpAleee until the eloso of the 1004 rnee
since which time he has devoted himself io
the lumber Interests of his family. Held
rick's return to the game is as much of a
surprise as his retirement.
Ko. Man la Iot Ont
OMAHA. Aug. 21.-TO the Sporting Editor
of The Bee: . In your Issue of August 20
volt were asked the following question:
"OMAHA. Aug. 19. To the Sporting Ed
itor ff The Bee: Kindly answer the follow
ing ftuestion In the sporting column of your
paper and oblige a subscriber: If a base
runner, atter ne manes a lair nil or in any
other manner Is able to make first base,
overruns said base and in returning to the
base turns toward the left with no Inten
tion whatever of going to second base, but
walks straight back to first base, can he
be touched with the ball before returning
to first base and be called out?"
Was the answer right? ,
Answer The rule says: The base runner
In running to first base may ovverrun said
base after touching It In passing without
incurring liability to be out for being off
said base, provided he return at once and
retouch Uie base, after which he may he
put out as at any other base. If after
nverrunlng first base he turn in the direc
tion of. or attempt to run to, second base
before returning to first hase he shall for
feit such exemption from liability to he
Two Game at Happy Hollow.
The Happy Hollow club team will play
two games on the club iliiimoruls Saturday
afternoon the first game at 2.3u sharp,
with the Kamos, and the second with the
South Omaha Country club second teum
at 4 p. m.
The lineup, iirst game:
TT. H. Club. ., Position.
voice, all he consulted being in favor of,
having It played In Omaha.
For scveraJ year Nebraska b not
played a largo game In Omaha, but rather
has brought as strong teams a possible
to Lincoln to build up the sport In the
university town. This has brought such
good results that a contest like the Ames
game will draw a (3,000 crowd. It was
with some misgivings ' at first that Mr.
Eager decided to break away from JS.OOO
sure money to try the experiment In
After his rounds Friday morning, how
ever, Mr. Eager wa thoroughly convinced
that Omaha people wanted the game and
would support It. Not only did he get ex
pressions from the people, but h also se
cured the signatures of tome of the largest
stores that they would decorate A foot ball
window that the game might be thoroughly
advertised, and ho, who walked the streets
of the metropolis might understand that
the Cornhuskers were on again going to
play a strong team In Omaha.
"The Ames game Is without dubt th
hardest game we have on our schedule,
with the exception of the Minnesota
game," said Mr. Eager. "Wlien we decide
to come to Omaha we want to give Omaha
the best we have.' That team has bean
forging ahead until It I no mean opponent
for any team that wear a uniform. Ames
ha given us a hard tussle for the last three
years and hus made the Minnesota team
look to Its laurels.
"Nebraska will have as good a tram this
fall, If not belter than ever, and we warjt
more people of Omaha to become lnterstd
In the team. Omaha has more student at
the university than any other city except
Lincoln, and the alumni list I large. W
have felt all along that Omaha would sup
port a big game here and r.ow we are In
position' to give thai game. If th gam
Is a success, there is no doubt In my mind
it will be an annual fixture."
MA VEX PORT
and the bat boy were put off the grounds q McKltrlck Center
tor umpire baiting, bcore: T.lnlrer
Louisville 0 2 0 0 6 0 3 1 0-11 Weekea
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 i Dow
Earned runs: Louisville, 4; Kansas City, Wooster
1. Two-base lilts: Qulnlan, Hughes, Downio; J. McKltrlck
Swaclna. Flint huso on balls: Off Halla', Smith
2; olf Carter, 1. Struck out: By Halla. 2; Lvons
by Carter, S; by Hill. 1. Hits: Off Halla, emb
16 in tune minims; oir uaricr, ii in seven
innings; off Hill, 1 In two Innings. Left
on banes: Louisville, 6; Kansas City, 12.
Double plays: Carter to Downie; Perrlnc to
Swacina. Stolen base: Hughes. Sacril'ico
hits: Sullivan, . Tughcs, Lamlreth, Carter.
First base on errors: Louisville, 2; Kansus
City, 2. Hit with pitched ball: 8. Biilllvarl
(2). Time; 2:10. Umpire: Kern and Bier-halter.
, . Moran
Lady Maud C Win 2i04 race After
DAVENPORT, . Ia., . Aug. . At the
Great Western circuit races till after
noon Minor Heir paced a mile In ;:02,
falling In an attempt to rduc th track
record from 2:01, net by Dan Patch. B
a great spurt of speed Ding Pointer won
"nit second race or f he Week. A bad brttak
on the back at retch left him seven lengths
behind Hazel Simmons. McMahon made
a brilliant drive from the half and won.
the heat by a nose: ..The IM pace -was a
horse race In every neat. Aunt Jerusha
made strohg bids, for each heat of the
2:11 trot, which went to Naraja. Sum
mary: . '
Trot. 2:14 class, purso 11,000: La Maud
won In straight heats. Best time: 2:11.
Daffodil, Beauty Wright, Black Silk and
Gratitude also started.
Pace, 2:04 class, purse 1800; Lady Maud
C. won second, third and fourth heats
Citation won the first heat. Best lime:
2:034. Argot Boy also started.
Trot. 2:11 cities, purse 11.000: Baraja
won second, third and fourth heats; Aunt
Jerusha won the flrnt heat. Best time;
2:iiK'i- Just the Thing, Charley T..
Clara Cooper, Dixon and Medium Line also
started. , .
Pace. 2:23 class. purse n0: Dlnf
Pointer won second, third and fourtn
heats. Best time: 2:0. Haael Simmons
won the first heat. - Senator Clark, , Joe
Hoy, Archllles, IiOtils Medium, Amtl nd
Margy Wllke also started. . ,
that may in any manner accrue, so that innings; off Steele, 3 In one Inning; off
the same shall remain forever Inviolate Burchell, 1 In five lnnlr.iga. Sacrifice hits:
and undiminished; and shall not be Invested' Davis, Btahl. Btolen bases: McConnell ('),
BEST INVESTMENT IN NEBRASKA.
II will offer (or saJ for a short time only
my t-acr farm,, lour miles rivm tuat
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weiu sim pwuijr oi water na good wind
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! Hb - ' (iW-Mfio ;4x
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Thl u'tV certify that I have 50 acres of
corq on my piace In Hughes county, a
D., that went'7 bushel per acre, peter
Carlson. u about this land and join
our excursion' up there next month.
OTia LAND CO.. U4 Hrandvls Bldg.
' (20r Mi Sept. 1J
Mt' a ore of well Improved land near
jDilln. Mo., underlaid with sine and coal.
Will sell for 560 per acre, cash. or. will go
In with responsible parties and organn
; company to develop coal and or mines.
Will guarantee eoal and rlnc enough to
make a .-big investment to any Investor.
vvnil urn lur mil (won umit.
QLORB1 LAND INVESTMENT CO.,
! Ill 8. lath St.
at laralla ).
TIMBER AND TIM BKR LANDS ara bet.
tr Investment at this time thamniost
others. S want to tell you about th-m.
Either large or small Investors will be
Interested. Writ os for particular. Th
International limber Co.. Minneapolis.
Winn. . ,T0 ViU A3i
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND
MENT, Th following propozad amendment to
th constitution ot turn btat of Mbraka,
as hereiuaiter set lertii lu tali, 1 sub
mitted to th electors of tn a tat of Ne
braska, to b voted upon at tu general
lection to be held Tuesday, jfovembex 3rd,
A B. 1908.
A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend Sections
two (2j, four (4), five (. six (0) and
thirteen (13), ot Article six tu),' of the
Constitution of the Slat of Nebraska,
relating to Judicial Poweis.
Be It kesolved by th Legislature of th
Stat of Xabraskai
Section 1. Amendment proposed. That
Section two l- of Articl six (b. of tho
Constitution of the dtute of Nebraska, bj
amended to read as follows'.
Section 2. (gaprems court; juagse
.urtidllntioni ThT Supreme Court thai f roll. and engrossed bill, a passed
!tj Mfi'rS" 'Lh: I -atd -lnaf bft in "t.'o, .'oaa
rRBAT BAU(1 Ir "UiUcrvat." 140-acr
fruit and- etouk farm; apple, peach .
cheiTWs. grapes. Prtoa, to, 000: -ay
texoiav J. T. Camp ball, Litchfield. NeU
- iW-uta ax
narciiarv to constitute a QQorum or pro
nounce a decision. Th Supreme Court
shall have JurltdK tk n in all cases relating
to the reverue, civil cases in which the
state is a party, mandamus, quo wuiranto,
linbeas corpus, and such appellatn Juris
diction as may be provided by law.
Section 2. (Amendment prc-foasd-) That
Section four (4) of Article six ttO, of the
Const ituikm of the Bute of Nebraska, bo
amended to rtd as follcws:
Section 4. (Sapreni eourt, udg.
taction, term, riano.) I he Juukcs ut
tho 5up:eme Court shall be elected by the
electors uf the state at large; and their
term of office, except as Hereinafter pro
vided. Khali l-e 1 ytars. And said Supremd
Court J,iUk'S snail, during their term of
ot'icr, reside at the. plate a lter tne couit
Is holden. .
Section! (Amsadment proposed.)' That
Section five if) of Article six (61 of th
Constitution of thn State of Nebraska b
amended to read as sfollow:
Section 6. (Buursuae court, Judgss,
lection, tarn; cnlet justloe.) That at
the general eltctlun to be held in the s-.ate
of Nehranka in the year It, and each six
year thereafter, toere shall be elected thre
iZ Judges of the Supreme Court, who (hall
hind their office for the period of sit years;
that at the general election to be held in
the state of Nebraska in the year 1911. and
each six ears iheratter, trer shell be
elected three (3) Juilges of the Supreme
Court, vho slia'l hold their offlre for the
period of six years; and at th general eleo
linu to be held tn the state of Nebraska It
the year 11J. and each six year thereafter,
there shall be ulcclad a Chief Justice of the
Buprem Court, who shall hold his office
or loaned except on United State pr state
securities, or registered school district bonds
of this state, and such other securlti-s as
!he legislature may from time to time
direct. And such funds, w!ih 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
Section 2. (Ballot; Adoption.) That
at said election In the tar lD-jb, on the
ballot of each elector voting thereat, there
shall be printed or written the words: "por
proposed amendment to the Constitution
with reference to the Ir-vtiiment of the
permanent svnool fuiial," and "Against said
propoi-ed amendment to the Constitution
with reference to the Investment of the
permanent school fujiu." .And if a majority
of all voters, at said .election shall bo for
such, amendment the same shall be deemed
to he udjpted.
App'ovcd April 5. lf-07.
1. Go. C. Junkln. Secrettry of State, of
the StJte of Nebraska, do hereby certify
thut the foregoing proposed amendment to
the Constitution of tl-.e State o Nebraska
Is a tvu- and correct cupy of tne original
1 thai sala proposed ainenduieiu Is Submitted
to the-qualified voters of the Stato of -Nebraska
f ir their adoption cr rejection ut tht
general election to he held on Tuesday, the
3rd day of Nov mler. A. D. 1 s.
In letimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the
State of Nebraitka. Done at Lincoln, ti.in
loth day of July. In the year of our I.oid
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Kignt,
nd of the Independence of the United
State the One Hun ired and Thlrty-thlnl.
and of thU State toe Forty-second.
GRO. C. JU.VKIN.
(Seal.) Secretary of State.
OFFICB Or - THE SIOUX CITT AND
WWfEHN ItAiLVVAl COMPANY.
Omar-e, Nebraska, August 1. 14.
Ta the Sio lfcliolders:
Nolle Is I ereuy riven, that 'jj annua;
moautib of Die stoc liioiders ut Iba Sluux
City and Western Railway cun-.uny
be held at the office of the company in
6ouA.il Clou City, Nebraska, at (id)
j clock . m.. on Thursday, Ocloucr ii. Uu-,
to ret directors for the ensuing year jr.a
to act upon tl question of selling th
nlltwd property and franchise of tisi com
pany to th Chicago, fO-rllinrton fc (juiney
Railroad compan, tba railroad and prop
erty aforesaid being now under lea t9
aid company, and for the transaction of
tu. a ethor buainesn aa may legally omi
before the meottiut-'
By order X the Board of Directors.
.. W. P. DL'RKXE,
A ad tt
Thoney. Double plays: Carrlngton and Wag
ner; Smith, Parent and Donohue. 1-ft orj
bases: Chicago, 8 Boston. 7. Hase on balls:
Off Cicotte, 2; off Burchell. 1; off Walsh, 1;
off Altrock. 1. First on errors: Chicago, 1.
Hit by pitched ball: Hahn. Struck out: By
Cicotte. 2; by Burchell, 1 : by Walsh, 5.
Passed ball: Carrlgan. Balk: Burchell..
Time: J:A Umplies: O Litilln and. Hurt I.
Athletics Win from Napa.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 21. Cleveland
played a great uphill gume today and tied
the score three times, only to be beaten
out in the ninth, when Phldolphia scored
a run on four singles off ryan. Score:
Hsrtsel. If... 4 1 1 OJ. CtATk-e. If.. 4 2 10 0
Olortng. rf. ..5 1 4 t) Brsdley. 3b.. 4 0 1
K Collins. 2b 5 8 4 1 OTurnsr, rf.... 8 0 0 0
Murphy, rf... 5 10 0 Lsjele. 2b.... 4 8 1 5 u
Davis, lb 4 1(0 (ititovsll, lb.... 4 I II M
J. Collins. 1st 8 2 1 ' N. darks, c. 4 1 12 0
Niibuls. SS...2 1 2 J -C Btmls ,-..... 2. 1 i 9
8i hr-iB. - c . . . 4 2(2 "Quids. c( I 1202
CuoHlbs, p.... 2 1 0 1 C Perrlni. as... 2 8 10 0
PTisrt, p.... 9 0 0 0 i) Rhuailrs, p...l 0 0)1
Viiktrs, p.... I 0 0 1 v Herser, p S 10 8 0
Rsn, p 1 0 1 0 D
Totals S7 14 27 12 fi,Hinctinian ..1 0 0 0 0
Totals 39 14. 12 2
Halted for Berger In seventh.
Two out when winning run scored.
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 1-7
Philadelphia 0 U o o 1 1 l-B
IiHSe hits: Off Rhoaces. 5 In two Innings;
off Berger, 1 In four Innings; off Ryan.
o In three Innings; off Coujiihs. 1 In six
Innings; off Dygert, 1 in twu and one-third
InniiiKs; off Yickeis. 2 In two innings.
Two-base hits: Pern's, Berger, J. Clarke,
Goride. Pel ring. Coombs flume, run: E.
Collins. Sacrillce hits: Bradley, Stovall,
Lyg rl. Stolen bases: J. Clarke. Bradley,
Tinner (21. Struck out: By Ryan. 1; by
I' nut, . 4; by Herser. 3, by Dygert, i.
Lett on bases: Cleveland, 11; Philadelphia,
H Bases on hulls: Off Rlmades, 2; o.'f
Cooml s. 4; off Dygert, 1: off t ickers. 1.
lilt by pitched ball: Uy Coombs, 1. Wild
plt'h: Rhoadei'. Time: 2. IS. Umpires: Sher
td.in and Evans.
PlEBl.tr RALLIES IV THE MSTH
Fonr Run Driven Over the Plate and
PUEBLO, Aug. 21 Pueblo turned th ta
bles on Lincoln today and after Johnson
had pitched great ball for eight Innings, the
locals rallied In the ninth and drove him to
the bench. Wasson, who relieved him,
could not stop the hitting and Pueblo
scored four runs. Errors were responsible
for all the visitors' tallies except the flrsl.
In the ninth Inning Hogriever singled, but
was forced at second on Spencer's grounder,
the latter being safe on fielders choice.
Spencer scored on Patterson' two-bagger,
and when Mafficks slnKlcd Johnson was
taken out. Clark then secured a three-bagger,
tying the score, and after Miller had
been retired Curhau singled and wun the
AB. R. H
J tide. If
6 27 13
AB. R. H. O
Friend an i'.aay Winner,
FRIEND, Neb.. Aug. ,21.-(S;HCiol 1 The
second gume of base ball . bet a en S'-ward
nnd the home nine, played on the Heaver
Crossing ground yesterday, was a victory
for Frli-Utt by the following score;
, R II E.
Friend S 0 II 0 O'l 0 0 0-7 19 2
Seward 0 O 0 0 1 tl 1 0 02 i i
Batteries: Friend. Morse and McDonald;
Fenard. Stewart, Weaver and Neff. Two
base bits: Flnlen i"1. Callahan and Shlm
or.r'o. Double p. ay: Friend. 1.
Fntatrs Dors Orrnt Pitching;.
OXFORD. Neb., Aug. IL iSpeclal Tele
srani.i Pugnle fanned .eighteen Oxford
irulans here today arvj the ('amh-ltli-luia
won by a m-trt of 2 to f. A raica
h i Into rlii lMld by Calvert In lha cinih
City I.eaKue Champion ihlp,
BEATRICE. Neb.. Aug. 21. (Special Tel
egram.) In the series of three gumes to
be played for the championship of the City
lepgue the Blue Valley won the first game
tiKlay from the Dempster ball team by the
score of 6 to 1. The Dempsters did not score
until t ha ninth inning. The features of the
game were the pitching of Dealing and the
fielding of Miller ami Lucke for the Blue
The Pickrell and Oketo ball teams nlaved
a double-header at Pickrell this afternoon.
Oketo won the first game by the score of
to o, and Pickrell the second bv the
score of 4 to 0. .
Pllger Shot Out Wlsner.
PI LO ETC Neb.. Aug. 21 (Sueclal Tele
gram.) Pilger defeated "Wlsner In a fast
game of bull here today. Swartx' pitching
was the feature of the irame. allowing hut
one sera tch hit and fielding his position
perfectly, but two balls being batted out
or trie uiamona. Bcore: rl.H.E.
Wlsner 0 0 0 0 0 0 f) 0 0-0 1 3
Pilger 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 4 1
Batterlea; Wlsner. Benslen and Felh-
man; . Pilger, Schwartc and Za?ekl.
Creaton Itnees Draw Well.
CRESTON. Ia.. Aug. 21. (Special.)
i Thursilnv was the greatest dav in the his-
Bigger tory of the Creston fair. Never since the
roil race meet has been In existence lias there
,nmlv I I. 1 .1.... ...Il..un.l ,1... ..ntt n)
IK'eri H CIUWU Ull ri:niir..-ti in." in ll
that day. To add to this feature of tho
I'.uy, the track record was twlco broken
and a new murk of 2:12i set by- Creston,
the TMiclng horse owned by Wray Brother
of this city. In the 2:o trot Red lender,
owned by J. 11. Harrison of Oskaloosa,
la., toolt first money, with Irvln S, ownd
by H. H. Smith of David City, N-b., sec
ond, and Captain Bird, belonging to-C. E.
Bliss of Diagonal, third. Time: 2:, 2:18j,
2:i'.ii. 2:y. There wirt folir entfle Tir
the 2:14 pace, which wss the feature of
the day. The race was won 111 three
straight heats by Creston In th fast time
of 2:1a. 2:l.'l'i and 2:12',. Hater. owned
bv C. W. Hill of Orient. I.,-took-second,
with 8ilver Fox, owned hy F. 1'.- Butler
of Des Moines, third. Ottawa Boy, owned
by C. H. Samson of Tepeka, Kan., crossed
the wire a winner In threo straight heals
in the 2:3u pace; Little George, J,-.,' owned
by Harry C. Wilson of Rockport, Mo,
second, and Vanga, owned by J. H. Bot-
5er of Ollle, la., third. Time: I:!1!.'
Ai. In the three-quarter-mile running
race Irish Swede, owopd by L. 1. Pierce
of Villlsca, toiik Irst In the time' of VII.
Fred Swan, owned by Owen Qosh of Mem
phi, second, and Jack Hardy, -. owned .by
M. D. Allen of Omaha, thlrd
Ilartlett Lose !y One Run.
OLEENWOOD, Ia., Aug. 21. (Special. )-
Base ball here today between Bartlett and
Bartlett 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 01 1 g
Glenwood 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 11 0
Battrles: Bartlett, Eyler ard Long; Glen-
wood, Workman and LaChappelle. I'mplre,
Central Illy Does Well.
CENTRAL CITY, Neb.. Aug. H.-fSpe-clal.)
The Centtal City ba.l team returned
this morning from a three days' lour, win
ning a twelve-Inning contest at Ulyase by
a score ot 2 to 1; losing Tuesday at Staple
hurst, 3 to 0, and winning Horn Osceola
Wednesday, 7 t6 0.
Lincoln 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-4
Pueblo 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46
Stolen bases: Spencer (2). Two-base hit:
Patterson. Three-base hit: Clark. Double
plays: hox to Zlnran to Pritehett; Johnson
in Gagnler to Thomas; Gagnler to Fox to
I hotcis. Bucriflee hits: Gagnler. Zinrau
Fox. Patterson. Struck out: B James, 1.
Bases on balls: Off James. 1: off Johnson
3; off Wasson, I. Time: 1:40. Umpire Has
kell. Attendance: 7)
DES MOINES. Ia . Aug. 21 Umpire
Brennun forfeited the game to Sioux City
today by the usual B'.ore because Des
Moines refused to play with Breunan aa
umpire unless he showed his credentials.
At Denver Denver-Omaha game post
poned; wet grounds.
Two llinri at tnaley.
AN8LEY, Neb . Aug 21 -(Speclnl )-Two
good game of hull were played here yester
day. Alerna beat Broken How by the score
of 1 to 1, and Ansley heat. .Ravi-nu by
the score of 1 to 0.
St. Paul Don Two Men.
ST. PAl'U Minn.. Aug. 21. Mansfr-r Ki!
Iiy of the St. Paul Base Ball team to
day announced the purcrasu cf Pitcher
Dunbar and Third Basemen MeAuley from
the Wausau team of tlie Wisconsin league
and First Baseman Casey of the La Crosne
Conrad to Hat Field Day.
IOWA FALLS, Ia.. Aug. ll.-(Sneclal )
There Is at least one town In this part of
the state that has made Its annual field
meet such a success that It grows bigger
every year and each recurring meet brings
bigger crowds to wltns the (port provided
rjy tne management. I ins ai.nual event Is
held at Conrad every summer, and the date
this- year Is August 27. Big purses have
been hung up tor the base ball features
which will Include games by the teams
from Grundy Center, l-aurc-1, Llscomb and
Union. A wrestling match has been ar
ranged between Calkins of Spirit Lake and
Billings of Omaha, for a big purse. Balloon
ascensions, minor sporting events and other
amusements are Included In the program
Venetian Hall the lit, -
The sun at noon Friday wa a welcomj
sight to the ccmmlttee in charge of ar
raiigemcnta for the Vnetlaf carnival at
tlie Omaha Rod and Gun club grounds Fri
day night. For a time It looked a though
the weather man wouta tans a nana, nut
he backed down on hi position and very-
thing seemed lovely. The commute hat
completed all plans and th boats have.
been decorated ana in ugnis pung out
nnd all is in readiness for ' the beaut ful
festival. The cottager on the Vest (Id
of the lake will Join In the fun to the ex
tent of Illuminating their cottage that the
lake may appear a bright, .aa possiDic. to
those who are visitors. ...
Saturday Is th) laat day of the Big
Annual Special Cigar Sale. Stock up
now. A few of them. ,
10c Teller ; .'. ..;... tve
12.60 per pot of. 80.
10c Preferenrla. r.-. .Se
ta. 50 per boa of tl
10c Crown Special , .....Be
$2.50 per box of 60
10c Palmer House. .. .'. ..'..;.. . '.6c
$2.60 per box of 50 ' ' '
10c Preco (Imported) ........... .5c
$2.60 per box of 60
10c Commercial Boquet.,. .6c
$2.50 per-box of 50 '
15e Principe De Galea 10c
Any 10c cigar,. 3 for 26c; All 10a
cigars. $3.60 per bo of 60; all S fof
l2lc cigars $3.00 per box of SO. '
BEATON DRUG CO. . ..
lflTH A.M) FAilNAM STS.
Pllrker llaas-rnsaa ioea ta Cob.
TOPEKA. Ka".. Aug 2L M.mugrr Pick
Cooley uX lb Tunel. IUa 1L.1I t.-arn i,f
All Keetal DsasM trstd lipna petltt
ur4. A mild trsstmsii't. Wlthirit th ut
CURED WITHOUT TMI KNIFE.
g-l.rr.ntst. No moner ta be naltf till
m r ..I . ,.i.. i. , . . ... i Mnut.&,lM. t . . a, .....m. Uluh ie..,&
MO-uat lor Pre geek on Reels! Biese wltn Tttrwenal.
DH. U. R. TARRY. 224 Uee Dullding, Omaha. Neb.
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