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THE OMAHA DAILY BKB: Tl'KSIUV. SEPTEMBEH 1. -190S.
Sioux Win and Omaha Does Not Play. Cubs and Pittsburg Each Win, While New York Rgsts
SIOUX WIX-JROH LINCOLN
roth Team. Put Up a Eagged Game
in the Field. ,
LDtCOLN riTCHEES ARE HIT HARD
Knrchner for Moil t'lty Was Wild,
tint Effective Rale la the
Pinches, and Gets Awr
with Ilia Game.
SIOUX C1TV. An. 1.-Furchner's wild
nes wss costly, but the Llndnln Oreen
' backers could not connect with his bend-
,a crs when hits meant runs, and Sioux City
, jr won a rather loosely played game. Hen
dr'x was Ineffective and n relieved In
the flrat Inning by Million, who wai hit
hard and received poor aupport. Welgart
had an off day behind the bat and the
locals took sdvantsg-e of Ms weakness in
throwing to hsses. Andrea' one-hand catch
of Fox's line drlva was the feature f the
Campbell, Jt....,.. 4 2
Holmes, cf 4: 1
ireen, rf . .'. ." 4 1
Weed. 2b 4 1
ArnlrMA," .;.:: "1: l
Welch. 3b 4 l
Shea, c 4
Hester, lb 4 0
Furchner, p 4 0
Totals 3 7
H. O. A. E.
2 0 0 0
2 10 0
2 13 1
3 14 0
1 15 0 1
10 4 0
15 27 14 3
H. O. A. E.
0 1 0 fl
o 1 0 t
13 0 0
2 2 3 It
0 1 4 0
0 1 1
0 3 10
ft e l 0
0 0 0 (I
4 24 14 2
Zinran. Jb. ......
A etgsrt. c
'HuUi'J for Waaaon In ninth.
Slonx City 1 0 0- 0 2
Lincoln ..,... 0 0 2 0
To-base hits: 'Welch, Green.
CampbeH. Gaunter. Davidson. Sacrifice
hlfr Gagnler . stolen bases: Holmes (2i.
Hester. Welch. Weed. Fox, Murphy. Double
plays: Welch to Weed to Welch; Fox to
Zinran: Wasson-4n fclnran. Rases on balls:
Off Fhrcliner. 6 off Hcndrlx, 1: off Was
' son 1. Struck out: Bv Kurchner, d; bv
Wilrnin, a: Hit 'With pitched hall: Weed.
Holmes. Wetifcer. Time: 2:0".. empires:
Haskell and fctrenaan. Attendance: 1.5i.
I1KMKR M 4i M T A VICTORY
ItequLrea Keuieen lilts to Get Five
": Haa In.
DENVER, CotK.. Aug. 31. (Stecinl Tele
gram Denver won today by hitting Hon
sk al .will. Out reouiied a good rr.anv hits
to get runs. 4WliUtinnn held the- Pueblo
team to. one .aiafc-le In six Inninga, when
they Xel) an Lis delivery pretty hard. As a
lively otncusKion hud come up over a plty
Juat lef ot the liltllnK ojnraejiced, the ap
Iearanc" as I IkiiikU tlie plthe had
lost control of his temper. He regained It
before damage was done. Score:
. DEN.VER. ...
A B. R. H. O. A. E.
I-ovctt, If ,. 4 12 2 10
Belden. 21 ,i...,. 3 1 2 2 4 0
Cassady,.f S 1 2 6 0 0
Wa id roil. cf..'. 4 0 1 1 0 0
White, lb 4 1 1 10 o o
lrwui, -lb 3 0 2 2 4 1
v .REAL ESTATE
FARM AND nANCM LAND FOR SALE
4 (Continued ) .
-', -i '' ,' -,'Coralo.
GOOD FARMING LAND Near Denver.
Greeley district; veils Its to 40 feet; abun-
oniic of 'rdofstttre;- general farming. In
cluding ceru xuwtiigr on- crop pays for
fat m. ..'
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO..
KC 'Branacis B.dat-' Omaha. Neb.
. ;- . t)j-4
HURRY! HVRKY. HL'RRT!
Buy a faini ln Beadle county, South
Dakota. - Wheal Is yielding la to 26 bustie.x
per acre, oats Ji to bu, bailey 26 to 40. corn
prcspects of 3u tu bJ. and good farms a.
only XJ to iM pc.' acre.
i'or particulars call on P. E. McMonlea
Huron, S. D. Offlcai ver James Valle..
bank. . 120) 3u7a
' aanth Da mot a.
This ia to certify that I had 50 acres o.'
corn, on my piaca In Hughes county, j
D, tr.at wunJ-.'O bushela per acre. PeU
Carlson.' See ua about this land and Jo:,
our-excursion up thre next month.
OTIS LAND CO.. 4U2 Brandeis Bldg.
. .... 2W UJHS Sept. 12
rtJBUC LAND OPENING
liA.cOO acira ot rich Irr, gated land. In the
Edeyi Valhy ot southern Wyoming, per
petual water rights furnished settlor
under Carey act of eonurena. The greai
cet. opportunity ever oiiereu clilacna of tht
United Slates, by tha federal governmtn.
aoU s'.ate of Wyoming, tu own a rich Ir
rigated farm. Cheap rata excurslona. For
Ull particulars write or see the Globe
Land auU luventment Co., 3i2 S. loth St..
Omaha. Neb. Uu Mpli
TIMBER AND TIMBER LANDS are bet
iit investments al this time than moat
. others. wru to- tell you about them.
lUlier -Jarge or small Inveatora will be
Ituereatod. Write ua for particulars. Tha
laternalional Timber Co.. Mlitneapoila,
M.nn. . () M521 A31
NEBRASKA-COLO KADO LANDS.
1U0.OOO acre of western Ne-braaka and
' easiera Colorado lmprcved and unuuproved
UrulS at 16 I a lJ (r acre. Any sue tract.
Fine crops. 'Write or coma and sea ua.
Globe Land and lovealmw-iu Co., Jl- S. 1MB
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEbT price for 2-hand furniture, car
pete, i-lotues and oboes. Tel. Dougia ai.i.
r t W
RIGHT price paid for M-ban.l furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tei. Had
MIL ' V (Al oW
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS on lmprool Omaha property.
OKMle H. Co.. 1AU . X. Life Bldg.
- ii 4
. FIVE PER CENT
- ' - vioncy tu loan n
' i Omaha iiuaincas i,rciH t ty.
- 'IHoUAa btit.S.N AN.
' : Room L New xotk Lu Uldg.
WASTED City loans and warrant, w.
Fa'-tiam SdtllA a Co, wuia St.
. t-Ji cj
WANTED City toana.
Palars Trust Co.
LOWEST KAIES-Uan la. Paiton Blk.
MONEY TO BUILD.
SaN to 1-Vu.uuO current raixi.
W. H. AHOkiAB. td 1iat. is'at. Hun Bldg,
.... , iti
PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO., N. Y. Life.
7t . -at . ". Insia T itaV rata
Iff VIII UJaUV fM W vi.Wa. ' a-vwm
I y, 'MOJiavV XO LOAN-Pyna InTealmentCo.
V ( ll ' made premptly. F. It. Wead.
Tiiidg. isvh and Faraara. 02
A.TK MONEY-NO PKLAT.
-GARVIN BotGd.. 4 FARNAU.
flEAL ESTATE WANTED
Vt'ANTk-D Fsems frVcgab; customers.
u BMraa, lUIllMa r'-'l a
Klnneslly, tm 4 3 I
Mr IVrfinugh, c 2 0 2 2 3
Itohannon, p I 1 2 4) 1
Totala r 6 14 S 15 1
A B. R. H. O. A. 15.
Moariovcr. Ib 4 9 114 0
Spencer. If 4 1 I 3 "
Pmtth. c I . I 1 I 2
Mafic, cf 4 0 1 1 0
Clerk, lb 4 1 7
Mllicr, rf I 0 1 2 1 0
Coriian, a 4 n 0 4 4 0
Mltxe. 2b 4 0 1 1 0
Honska, p 2 1 1 1
Total ....S2 2
Spencer (2), Belden. Mc-
ponough. Sacrifice lilts: Ixvvett, Irwin,
hohannwi. Miller. Bases on balls: Off Bo
hannon. 1; off Honska. 2. Struck out: By
lnhannon. 2; by Honska. 2. Icft on bases:
Denver, 11: Pueblo, 4. DmiWe playa: Ir
win to Belden to White: Mitxe to Hog
riever. Wild pitch: Honska. Passed ball:
Smith. Hit with pitched ball: Mcpon-ous-h
(2). Time: 2:0. I'mplre: Black.
At Ie Moines Omaha-Des Moines game
Aaaorlatloa Team Win Fast Game
fram Baath Omaha.
The Pleti association defeated the Union
Bto k Yards of Bouth Omaha In one f the
fastest games of the season Sunday. It
waa noixidy'a game until the eighth Inning,
hen a home run by Blglow made toe
score t to 1, and the B-tith Omaha boys
could not overcome It. The feature of the
game waa the pitching by Cavanaugh and
Probst. The latter allowed five scattered
hits and struck out twelve. Both teams
played an errorless game. There will
no games at Iietx park for the next two
Sundavs. September 6 and IS. on account
of a big military event operated by the
Thurston Rifles and Omaha Guards.
II1TZ ASSN. SOUTH OMAHA.
AB H FO.A.t. AB H.PO.A.B.
Hill. 2b 3 - I Kennedy, b. 4 I 1 1
SpH!mn, cl. 4 II CTallKrt, lb... 4 0 7 9 0
t.Mm.n. 4 111 Kelly. 2b.... 4 1 1
BlsUiw. It 1 1 IV 0 Mrtll4. . 4 I I 3 4
N'li.hoMi. Ikl I ! ! J Ci'iti'Ib.r 4 7 1 (,
rieron. lb . 4 0 T 1 (Ore. It... 4 1 I 0
Shentk, rf... 4 1 Shmle, cf. I 0 1
Smith, c I Oil I fi Murtby. rf... I 0 10
Probst, p I 1 0 3 afaTaaauth, p I 1 v
Toli 30 t 17 J (I Toll U I it t
Dietx 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 '3
South Omaha 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Struck out: By Probst, 12; by Cavanaugli,
R. Home run: Blglow. Three-baee hits:
Graves, Eastman. Two-base hit; Kennedy.
PlalaTlew Makes a Great Record.
PLAINVIEW. Net... Aug. 31. (Special
Telegram.) The Plalnview Sterlings
wourd up the base ball season In thla city
this afternoon, winning from the famous
Walthlll Indians in a pretty game by a
ioiv of 6 to 4. These teams have played
six games together this eaon and the
Sterlings have landed four of them for
victories. Batteries: Sterlings. Tepnor and
Chapman; Indians. Conger and Walker.
The Ptainvlew ball team ha demon
strated that It Is one of the fastest semi
prof esslnnal teams In Nebraska thla sea
son bv its exceptionally fine record. The
Sterlings have played forty-three games'
and won thirtv-two, which glvea the team
a percentage of .744. Plalnview expects
to support a team next season and the
management will make an effort to secure
about the same lineup that represented
this city on the diamond this year.
Atlantic Wlna Three.
ATLANTIC, la.. Aug. 31 (Special.)
In three fat games of ball thla week the
Atlantic Merchants' Grays defeated
Exlra. 12 to : Karnamvme. Ia.. 6 to 3,
and Adair bv the score f 17 to 2. Berse
pitched all three games for Atlantic. Next
Sundav the Lee-Glass-Andreesen team
play the locals on the home grounds, and
WANTED to borrow 32.500 on Impro'ed,
close In. Omaha, at S per cnt. no com
mission!. Ample security. G M, Bee.
(2tl M4H3 IX
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED 3 or 4 furnished rooms for
housekeeping; stata price. C. E. Alkln,
general delivery. f2S):M543Slx
BOY 20 years, would like place with re
sponsible house to learn trade. Tel. Web,
lam, call evenings. : (27)-64 Sx
HOV E, FURNACE, STEAM and hot water
unilcr repalu; water fronts.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS.
L'Oo-a Douglas SL
Telephone Bell Douglas tea,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
..sepli M. Tucek and wife to James
J. Jahn, part lot 2. block 7. Brown
tit M. Peacock to Frank House, lot
IK block 2. Rose Hill 600
Jountv treasurer to Ellen Gavin, lota
1 and 2. block 6, Walnut Hill
Jusiave Defoordt to Peter Picqueur,
lot . block 6, Logan Place 4K
John Freese to Margaret G. Ritchie,
lot 16. block 1, Moea subdlv 200
Rocheater Loan and Banking com
pany to Wesley Coppock, lot IS,
block . Lincoln Tlace 300
G. W. Waltlea and wife to same, lot
14. block 4. Lincoln Park 400
Frederick J. Adams and wife to Mat
tie B. Stone, lots 11, 12 and 13, Utica
Berth L. and Thomas B. Norrls to
Jane B. Shields, lots IS and 14, Gra
dy's subdlv 3,500
Maria J. Carpenter to Orland Mc
Connaughey. lot 7, block 1S5. South
James J. Reilly and wife to J. W.
Pflug, lot 1. Maxwells subdiv 1,400
Elizabeth Konntxe Roal Estate com
pany to William H. Clark, lot 4.
block 5. Kountae Place 1.000
The Frgnciscan Monastery of SI.
Claire to Annie H. Brown, lots 7
and g. St. -Claire add l.SM
Julian L. Simmer and wife to Jt-sae
Davis, lot 3. block 6. Lyman's Place .
Hastings & Hevden to Anna Bear, lot
4. Ames' 2d add V
D. A. PattersMn. trustee, and wife to
Park av Rt-al Estate company, lota
-1 and 22. Washington Square 6
Fllza Shelley and husband to Beasie :
T. Redman, lot 17. block 3. Sulphur
Springs sdd 2.100
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS HIGH
School. Fairmont. Neb... Aug. il, Jhm
B-aied propoaals mill be received al the
ollice of C. A E. Holmes. Secretary B a: d
of Trustees of District No. -1. Fairmont,
Neb., until 3 o'clock p. m. on the 14th day
of beplriober for the labor and material
fur a high school building at Fairmont,
Neb., In accordance with plana and speci
fication fur the same now on Iile with said
secretary. Said plans and spec llcatlon
may be aeen at toe following places: Of
fice of C. A. E. Holmea, atcreiary, F'alr
monl. Nib.; oftice ol R. W. Grant, steal
lect. Beatrice, Neb. Each bidder must ac
company bis bid wlvii a certified ciics for
rt cent of the amount of Ills' bid, aaid
cht-ck to be as a guarantee of g tod faitn
on the part ot said bidder, saad ch on to le
madtt oat able tu the order of C. A E.
Holli es. The Board of Trastti s re.-erves
the lit hi o rJ'ct any and all bids and
also to aalve any Informality in any pro-
poaal. Bids must be made on proposal
oiank furnished by the a rent ecu l. A
OFFICE OF THE SIOUX CITY AND
WESTERN KAlLwAV COMPANY.
Omaha. Nebraska, August 3, lSut,
To 'ha Sto kholders:
No'lco 1 Lsreby tpem. that it annual
meeting of lln sloe holders of Abe Sioux
CU and Western Railway company Wtii
be beld at tho office of tha company in
South Sioux City, Nebraska, at ten lu;
o'clock a. m.. on Thursday, October 16. iftua,
to elect diiectors for the ensuing year and
to act upon tho question of selling Ins
rallied property snd franrhlsa cf this com
pany to the Chicago, Bcrlingtoit A vjuincy
Ruitroad company, the rabroad and prop
erty aloreaaid being now under leas to
said company, and for the transaction of
such other business as may legally corns
before the meeting
By order e tbo Board "f Directors.
W. P. DC St K EC
A 44 ol
Standing of the Teams
WEST. LE AG IF. I AMER. APS N.
Orcalva 7J hi . Ix uisvllle t' .6
Bloux City. .. "2 M7 Indianapolis i" .r4
Uncoln ST M .51 Ct.lumbus TH 61 .M
Irnver ......... 61 w Toledo 7
Pueblo 67 i .W Minnenpo'is 67 .T
Des Molnca. .47 tf .tf Knnsas City..? 74 .4-
iMilnaukee .. .4.15
fit. Paul 41 'l
NAT L, LEAOI E. AME K. 1-EAiHT..
W U Tct r W.I. Pet.
New Tork....9 4 .Sos Detroit Cf .:
tniknao 71 47 Bt. Ixuls 67 So .STI
Pittsburg 7" 47 .6H Chicago fti '-
Pbllaxlelphla fin 62 .n;l' Cl veland bl M .nij
Cincinnati ..... fti .4K? Philart -lplila. .M o" .fo
Boston io 7 .4.7 Boston W K -475
Brooklyn ....43 71 .37T Washington .4 .421
SI. Louis 42 74 .3W;New York. ...34 79 .iS
Western l eague Omaha at Pes Molncs.
Lincoln at Sioux City, Denver al Pueblo.
National League New York at Boston,
Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Pittsburg at Cin
cinnati. St. Louis at Chicago.
American League Cleveland at Detroit,
Philadelphia at New York, Chicago at St.
Louis, Boston at WahingtTn.
American Association Cc lumbus at Ix)U
lsville. Indianapolis at Tol-do. ft. Paul at
Kansas City, Miraieapolis at Milwaukee.
the following Sunday the same teams
play at Vinton street park In Omaha.
HUSTLERS A.D ORIGINALS SPLIT
fcaeh Team Takes a Game la Doable
Header Bandar Afternoon.
The Ideal Hustlers of Council Bluffs beat
the I-e-Glass-Andreesen Originals 7 to 1
and the Originals turned the table, 3 to 1,
Sunday at the Hustlers' park.
Bogatts, for the Hustlers, held the Or g
lnals down to four hits In the fttst game
and had excellent aupport. But Moriarlty.
who was hit at will in the first game, far
outpltched anything thst Bogatts did In
the second. He wss all but Invincible,
holding the Iowans to one little hit. Bo
gatts pitched well in this game also, but In
neither did his work approach thai of his
opponent In the luttcr game. Moriatliy
showed wonderful class to put up the pitch
ing he did In the second game sfter lav
ing worked for a tough nine Innings be
fore. Bogatts fanned eleven fh-iginals In the
first game. The Originals' lone run waa a
homer by Clair In the seventh Inning. A
one-handed catch by Peterson and M irl-
arlty a box work were the bright pols in
the second game.
Score, first game:
AB H.PO.A B. AB H.PO.A.g.
rer. If. . . I a i .'Gotr. at 1 2 1
Bndford, 2b. 4 0 0 I OWonten. lb . I 1 1 '
Llf-r, ... 4 S I 1 OS' hnrlder, lb 4 0 1
Hwirr. rf 110 1 I'Prtenwa. cf.. 4 1 '.
Crittenden, lb 4 OK 9 0 Hodge. 2b... 4 100
Mlnlkuii. 3b.. 4 10 4 lPnrll, If... 10 10 0
rioogherty, cf 4 0 1 1 rrerry. c 4 lit J 0
rilr. c 12 14 tPowem. rf... 4 1 t
Moriarlty, p. I t 2 OBosutta. 4 10 10
Totala 12 4 24 ll I Tot In 32 11 27 t 1
Hustlers 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 2 -
Originals 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Two-baae hits: Ferry, Wooten. Peterson.
Three-base hit: Powers. Home run: Clair.
Struck out: By Bogatts. 11: by Motiarity.
. rirst base on balls: Off Bogstls. 5
Sacrifice hits: Powell, 2
Score, second game:
AB H.PO.A. S.
Cr. If.... Ill '.Ooff. n I
0 0 11
0 1 . tl
13 0 4
0 2 V 1
0 0 10
0 1 V
0 0 4 0
Bradford. lb. I 0 0 1 lWnntrn. lb . S
Henrr. rf.... 4
Lawler. aa. .. 4
Crittenden, lb I
Uinlkua. lb.. 1
Pougherty, cf I
Clair, c 1
Moriarlty, p. 1
1 3 1 0 Schneider, lb 1
111 l Peterson, cf.. 1
0 19 CHodge. 2b... 1
0 111 Powell. If ... t
9 6 t OPelatrr, c 1
17' OFulhoff. rf. .. I
10 2 OBogalM, p. . I
21 4 21 2 Totala.
.a i 2i n
1 0 0 1 0 0 1-3
0 il H II -l
Lawler. 2. Struck out:
By Moriarlty, 7
First base on balls: Off
Moriarlty, 2; off Bogatts, 1. Stolen ba.se:
Peteraon. Sacrifice hit: Vojtj;n. Umjire:
STORE WIA FROM MERCHANTS
Florence Park Scene of Goad Ganae
i - liaaay, -
The Stort Coronas defeated the Omaha
Merchants at Florence park by a decisive
score of 5 to 1. The brewers' battery waa
at its beat, Y'oung allowing but two hits
and striking out fifteen men. Brown
whiffed four timea and White and Reilly
three times each. Elliott hit for two bases
In the ninth inning and scored on a paaed
ball. Smith's one-handed catch In ctrjter
field was the fielding feature. Score:
ITOKZ CORANAS. MERCHANTS.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O A.E.
Tracy, lb ... a 2 4 0 i Melum, 3b... 4 0 i 4 1
Carrey. 2b... 10 12 I. While. 2b ... i 0 I i u
McLean, lb... 4 1 0 il ICoe. lb 1 0 lu J i
hut era. aa... 4 1 1 ) 1 Elliott, aa.... 1 1 2 1 1
Brodbeck. rf. 4 1 0 0 Kmlll. rf 1 0 0 0 4
Bando, If 4 1 1 t OMoeller, rf... I 1 tl 'J 0
smilk. cl 4 1 1 J l Howell, It. .. 1 0 1 il 2
Will lama, c. I II II i CRonan, If 1 1 J a
Youds. p 4 0 0 1 iKeilly. p I o 0 i j
Totala IS 7 27 I 1 Touts :t 2 27 1. I
Stors Coronas 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 o o
Merchants 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Two-bae hits: Bando. Tracy, Elliott.
Struck out: By Young, 15; by Reilly, !.
Bases on balls: Off oung, 3; off Kelny, 2.
bacriflce hits: Garvey, Williams. Stolen
bases: Garvey, McLean (2t, Kucera, Brod
beck, Coe, Elliott. Left on bases: Coronas,
a; Merchants, 6. Passed ball: Williams.
Hit by pitched ball: Small. Time: 1:45.
The Storx Coror.es go to Oakland Labor
day to play the Waltnill Indians.
YACHT RACES AT 1 1 T-OFF LAKE
Catherine and Anita Win One Apiece
On Cut-Off lake course Sunday afternoou
I bo t ti the Catherine and the Anna won one-
race. 1 lie first race was won by the
Anita, bkipper Sutler, in l:ltM., and tue
second race by the Catherine, bkipper Mc
Mcneiny, in 1:0M. In the first race the
lole went over in the heavy wind and the
clew got a ducking, but recovered without
The races are for the Edholm cjp, for
which twenty were to be held betwren
July 4 and October M. Seven of these have
been run and the percentages stand as fol
lows: Trio, .424; Anita. .424. CallieMnt,
.142; lole, .tmO, and the Mary Alice, .ouu.
Alaaaltoa, 1 est Sides, it.
Out at West Side park Sunday afternoon
was played the greatest game of t lie s-a-son
on the locals diamond, between, the
Alatnilos and West Sides, resulting in a
victory' for the dairy boys, by the score oi
1 to 0. Jensen waa in fine form and
pitched a great game, striking out fourteen
and holding his opponents to two measly
singles. The feature of the game was trie
itiaatio!i.l, allround playing of Harry
Smith, he winning the game with a three
bagger. Sweeney caught a nice game, hav
ing all of his enemies bluffed when it came
to stealing baaf-a. Several changes were
made from Saturday's lineup. '1 ne South
Omaha Country club. Antlers or Hoftmans
are cordially invited to call up Wcbster-2i
and schedule a game for any sixed purse.
Batteries: Jensen and Sweeney; Nlheart
and Clark. 11. ta: Alamitoa, 3: West Sides,
2. Three-base hit: Smith. Stolen liases:
Sweeney, Holly. O'Neil. Errors: AlamUos,
2; West Side, 0.
Diamond '" learn Wlna.
Ttie Piamond C.'s added another game
to ti.rlr long list by defeating the M. Sul
livans of South Omaha, by tlie score of
6 to 1. Stephen pitched s good game, and
Hollander, the regular pitcher, was sent in
to catch during Murphy s absence. He
cauglit a good game and threw to bases In
grand style. Frankum's homo run In the
sixth inning was the feature. Score:
R H E
Diamond C.S...0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 5 1
Bullivaus 1 000000 01
Batteries: Stephen and Hollender; Craw
ford and Sweeney. Double play: Hopkins
to Anderson. .
Joe Dolaa Ont of Game.
"Hard Luck" Joe polan. second baseman
of the Des Moines team. Is up against his
old luck agau. Sunday lie waa hit on tlie
inalep by a ball and waa unable to go to
Des Muiaci with the Iowa nine lagt night.
Pr. litnrj Fitaaibbon attended to his foi,
which is badly biulaed. and says tual he
may be kept out if tlie game tor a week
on acoouut W it.
leal Case of Sunday Bill.
DETROIT.. Aug. 31. Warrants wre is
sued today In ponce court against Manager
Hun Jeumnga ol tlie I K trull Aintrkan
league t.ss Lail club and liie tsn fuenruets
ol tue learn wlru prtic:pu.led In i ster
ol. a vr- .it ll Auett pai n wuh Oev.--UiiU.
ci arglng them wuh ptsylna base ball
on bunuay conlraiy to the la a. 1 ii .--M
Le-ii U'SUlulcd as a lot
TIGERS PLAY ERRATIC GAMEl
Errori GiYe Cleveland Three Bum in
FITCHES STJMMEB IS WILD
He Hit Three Tlayera aaal Ills Three
Taaaes rate 'War fr Three More
Raaa Other Aaierleaa
DETROIT. Aug. 31.-Detrolt played very
erratic ball, errors giving Cleveland all
three runs In the fourth, while passes by
Summers paved the way to three of the
others. Chech kept Petroffa hits scsttered
and mas well supported. Goode's home run
drive, one of the longest hits ever made on
the field, was the feature cf the contest.
AB H.O.A F. AB.H O A.E.
M'-lntvre, If . i 10 0 ic.oode. If ...41100
S'baefer. 2h..4 lit iRradlev. 3b ... 5 1 0 J 0
Jonea. rf 4 1 0 I' Flick, rf I 1 1 0 0
CoMv rf .4 0 1 ft OLajoie. Jh ... T. 1 1 I 0
Rnartnsn, lb.. 4 I I I Otttnval!. lb... I 1 IS I I
gcbmidt. r ... 4 1 S 1 t'J Clarke, r.. 3 1 1 I u
I'oughltn, !b. I 1 0 2 iBIrm ham. rf. I I 0 (I
O Learjr. aa .. I i i 1 Perrlna;. ra ..S I I I (I
O'Larr. ra .. I t J 1 Check, p 1 1 4 0
Summers, p.. 10041
Mnlltn 1 0 0 0 0 .TnUla 34 27 li 0
Thomas 1 0 0 0
Totala ii 10 17 15 4
Batted for Cnughlln In ninth.
Batted for Summers In ninth.
Petroit 0 0 1 1 n 1 0 0 03
Cleveland 1 0030100 2 7
Two-base hlta: Cnughlln. Bradley. Per
rlng. Three-base hit : Schaefer. Home run:
Goode. Sacrifice hits: Summers. Goode,
Che-h. Stolen base: Goode. Double "plays:
Rossman. OLeary and Schaefi-r; La"ie.
Perring and Stovall. Ieft on bases: De
troit. 7; Clevelsnd. 11. Bases on balls: Off
Summers, 3: off Chech, 1. Hit with pitched
ball: By Summers. 3. Struck out: By
Summers. 4: by Chech, 2. Time: 1:60. Um
pires: Sheridan and Fgan.
Boston Ranches Hits.
WASHINGTON. Aug. ST. Boston bunched
three singles, a double and a triple In the
fifth inning today, defeating Washington.
7 to 3. Young was very effective with men
on be sea. Score:
AB.H.n.A fv AB.H.O. A F.
MVonnell. lb 5 I I a "Pit kertnr.. rf. 2 1 u
Lord, lb f 1 0 I Ganler. If ... 4 1 I 0
Crarath, If... 4 0 1 0 3l nlHub. !h..4 1 0 1 0
Oerler, rf....4 14-1 (. Pel-hasty 2b 4 1 4 I t
Ptahl. lb 4 1 11 0 f t-lymer. rf . . 4 1 I 0
Wasner. a .. 5 1 1 4 1 freeman, lb . 4 3 0 0 1
Sullivan, cf , 1 0 0 0 vMiBrida, aa . 4 1 I 10
Crir-r. e I 1 7 1 Warner, e.... 4 S 2 a
C Young, p.. 4 1 0 2 0 Warner, c 4 0 ft 2 0
Tannehlll. p.. 1 0 0 1 0
Totala IT 11 77 15 IJohnaon, p... 3 0 0 I 0
Milan 1 1 o v
Touia riir 14 :
Batted for Johnson In ninth.
Washington 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-3
Boston 0 0 0 0 6 0 1 1 0-7
Two-base hits: Unglaub, Wagner. Ganley.
Three base hits: Gessler 12). Sacrifice hit:
Ganley. Stolen base: Stahl. Double plays:
Wagner and Criger; Wagner, McConnell
and Stahl: Young. Criger and Stahl. Left
on bases: Washington. 8; Boston. . Bases
on baJla: Off Tannehlll. 2; tiff Johnson. 2.
First base on errors: Washington. 2; Bos
ton. 1. Hit with pitched ball: By Johnson;
1. Struck out: By Tannehlll. 1; by John
son. 3; by Young. S. Wild pitch: Young.
Time: 1:55. Umpire: Evans.
' Browns Blank White Sox.
RT LOUIS. Aug. 31. St. -Louis defeated
Chicago In the first game of the series
this afternoon by the score of 4 to 0.
Walsh pitched Invincible ball for the first
four Innings and the ball was never out
of the infield. He then weakened and St.
Louis scored two runs on Williams' single.
Tom Jones' triple and Iigvls' error. St.
Louts scored two more In the pixth,
when Walsh gave way to Owen. Score:
BT. LOflS. CHICAGO.
AB.H.O. AC. . .AB.H.O. A.E
Stone. If 1 0 4 0 OHahn.' rf.v. .. 4 ! 0 0 0
Hanzell, aa . I 1 I 1 IP. Jooaaw.of .1 t v
Heidrtck. cf.. 4 0 1 o flebell. lb 4 14 0 0
Perria, lb.... 4 1 1 1 '' Doushan, It t 0 0 0
Scharettaer. rf 4 1 0 4 Ofiavla, rnV 1 0 111
wiuiama. lb. 4 1 t 1 i Parent. nv.-. 4 10 4"
T. Jonea. lb . I 1 5 0 ISulllvan. C...4 0 4 1 J
Smith, c 1 1 II . 1 Tinnahill. lb 4 1 1 1
Waddrl), p.,,1 0 0 0 'Wal!, j.....2 0 0 3 0
All ., 1 0 0 0 V
ToUls 2 4 27 S lOaen. p 0 0 0 1 0
Anderaon, If . 0 0 1 0 0
Totala 33 4 54 11 1
Batted for Walsh In seventh.
St leouls ..00002200 4
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Two-base hit: Ferris. Three-base hit:
Tom Jones. Hits: Off Walsh. 6 in six
Innings; off Owen. 1 in. two innings Sac
rifice hit: Hartxell. Stolen base. T. Jones.
Double play: William to Jones. Left on
bajes: St. Louis. 5; Chicago, s. Banes on
balls: Off Waddell. 1; off Owen. 1; off
Walsh, 1. Hit bv pitched ball: By Waddell,
1. Struck out: Bv Waddell, 10; by WaUh.
. Wild pitch: 'VVaddell. Time: 1:55. Um
pires: Hurst and O Loughlln.
GAMES IX AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
l.onlsvllle nnd Colombns Break Even
LOUISVILLE. Aug. 21 Lojisvllle and
and Columbus hroke even here today In
the second double-header of the series.
Geyer hjlwnked the locals In the first
game, while Stovall held the visitors aaf
ln the second. Landreth's batting was
again the feature. Score, first game:
AB H.O.A.E. AB.H.O. A.E
Prlel. Sb 4 111 C Perrine. Ib . .4 1 1 1 C
Odwell, cf ... 4 1 1 1 (Woodruff. If.. 4 1
Kruger. If 6 2 I OSlanley. cf...4 0
(onisalton. rf. 4 0 0 0 (Landreth. rf.. 4 1
Jamea. c 4 1 I 1 "fwarina. lb.. I 1
Raldr, ra 4 0 1 4 1 Burke. 3b ... 1 1
Kihm. lb 4 0 14 0 I'gulnlan, aa... 4 1
Virlaley, !b.. 4 1 I 4 "Pelta. c I 0
1 0 ;
2 0 tl
4 I i
4 1 t
t 1 0
0 I 0
1 2 0 3 OPuttmann. p.. 4 1
Totala 34 10 27 14 1 Tolata 31 0 27 10 5
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : oth-r balloons from Columbus, o., Sattir-
Columbus 0010001 2 0 I I dcy afternoon, with Lieutenant J. J. Ben-
Stclen bases: Raidy, Kihm. Leitz. Kru- , "f the Britisli army balloon corps aa
ger. Two-base hits: Kruger, Odwell. I1""'. accompanied by Tom L. Sample.
Double plays: Raidy. Wrigley and Kiiim; f-d "P. " Lake Erie yesterday
Pieii and Burke: Wrigiey and Kihm. afternoon off Pigeon island. Owing to a
Struck out: Bv Pittmann. 2: bv Gever, 6 . defective valve the pilot was unable to
Bases on bails: Off Puttmann, 1: off keep the balloon afloat. After throwing
Gever, 3. Paased ball: James. Left on " " ballast they sighted the
haes: Louisviiie. : Columbus, 10. Time: ! steamer Mohegan and signalled that the;.
2;l. Umpires: Blerhalter and Owens. ! were in danger. The captain of the ahip
Score, second game: j accompanied them for nearly ten miles,
LOl'ISVILLE COLl MRl S when seeing that it was Impossible to keep
AB H O A K ah H O A B I tlle balloon In the air any b ngtr they cut
Perrine. 2b .3 1 2 4 iFriel Sb.. .. 2 o u 4 tl
Slot Oaeil, if 3 ft II v 0
2 2 cl Krur. If. ... 4 0 4 tl
2 2 0 - Conaalton. rf. 4 3 3 II 0
I tl u iFohl c 3 0 1 1 ti
0 17 1' Raldv. ra 1 1 2 I 1
S 2 2 r Ktl,m. lb ... I 0 I 0 0
13 0 1' Wnsley. 2b ,112 2a
10 0 UKalrbaoaa. p. 2 1 0 0 0
3-1 10 21 li 0 Totala .7 I !1 1
lied on account of darkness.
0 1 2 0 0 1 1-5
o o o o o a oi
Congaltun, Swacina, Sto
vall, 2i, Stanley, Hnixn. Two-base I. Its:
Cotigaitcn. Hughes. Struck out: By Sto
vall, 3; by Fairbanks. 1 Bases on balls:
Olf Stovall. 5; olf Fairbanks, 3. Left on
bases: Lculsvl.le. k: Coljmbus. l'i. Time:
1 :&. implies : Owen and Blerhalter.
St. Paul Detents Knnsas City.
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 31 -St. Paul bad
the better of a slugging match today, and
won, 11 to i Swatui was found for eighteen
sale lilts, while Rirbuld was hit fur twelve.
gT. PAl L. KANSAS t ITV
AB H.O.A I'. AB.H O A E
Geler. If 1 1 0 ' t Hallman, ft.; 1 1 0
U Mryara. if 4 o t 0 (iBeialey. Ib. 4 0 10 u II
W hler. 2b . 4 14 4 : Ne.uhora, rf 4 2 1
pan., rf 4 1 1 i "hr.,near. 2b. 13 14 0
J Merere. c. 1 1 1 J "I m aa 1 1 I 4 0
Tlemer. 2b . 4 12 1 tiiarli.le. It. .J 2 I
ill? tbroan. t ii I 2(4
i 1 11 1 Hostile, lb ., i Ml:
.4104 vSa.no. p 4 0 a 0
Sullnan. c... 1 1 0 0
. li s :o i
Totala 34 1. 27 20 1
St Paul 2 I 1 O 4 311
Kansas City 1 o200oSO3
Earned runs: Kansas City. 7; St Paul, 5.
Two-base litis: Hall, Carlisle, Davis. J.
Jleera, Tlemever. Three-base hit: Bid
shear. Bases on balls: Off Tlitebalii, 6: off
Swann, 4. Struck out: By Unebald. 4: by
Swann. 3. .Left on bates: St. Paul, 7; Kan
sas Oiu, S. rouble pla : Cluas to Bra
shear to Btckley. Stolen bases: Hallman,
Neigiibors. r-s. Carlisle. B. Meyers. J.
Meyers. Sacrifice bits: B. Meets. Brs
shear Brown. Passed "balls: Brown. J.
Mevers First bate on errots: Kansaa City.
1, St Paul. 1. Hit with pitched ball: 1 te
rm er. Hallman t2, Carlisle. Umpire:
Millers Hunch Hits.
MILWAUKEE. Aug. .31 -The visitors
hunched four of their five hlta on Manake
in the fifth, scoring two runs'. Errors weie
responsible for the other two. Patterson
kept the lilts well scattered. Bcore:
AB H O A f. AB H O A
Ovter. aa ..lll P.oblnaen. a. 4 I 4 i
Unillln. ib-cf. 10 11 fPnvan, Ib . 4 0 II I
Plena If 4 0 1 f M t h ne. If 1 1 1
O Nelll. rf... 4 1 0 epousherly. If. I 1 0 0
ti'Hrlen, Jt .. 0 0 1 Ogiioall. rf .. I 10 0?
KeraMa, rf....3 I 1 0 Messsea. rf . 4 I 1 0 0
Hlf-.. r I 0 1 1 tri.aa. .... 4 3 1 I
Smith. Ib .... 4 111 I MToraVk. lb 1 1 I I "
r:atae. Ib 4 1 10 I I Penile, r 4 lilt
Patteraon. p.. I 1 1 2 n Manuka, p.... 2 0 110
Totals 90 I 17 14 I Totala 4 17 14 4
Milwaukee 4) 0 0 0 0 1 12
Minneapolis o 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1-4
Two-base hit: IVvtigherty. Sacrifice hits:
Manske, Block, yuillin. llt on bases:
Milwaukee, ; Minneapolis. t. Bases on
balls: Off Manske. 2; eff Patterson. I. H't
with pitched ball: Ovler. Struok out: By
Manske. 3; by Patterson. 1. Wild pitch:
Patterson. Time: l:4n. I'mplre: Kerln.
Toledo la Skat Ont.
TOLEDO. Aug. 31. Slsxle and West
pitched brilliant ball, but Indianapolis
managed to convert lis hits Into rtms. In
the eighth, with two out and Davidson on
first. Hayden lifted the ball over the right
field fence for a home run. Score:
AB H O A F AB H.O.A B
Buh. aa 4 1 2 "Plarheao. aa . 4 1 7 0
iMvldaon, cf . 4 1 a 0 eHinrhman. !h 4 1 0 2 4
Harden, rf ..4 I s a Armb'eter. ifl 1 1 M
Carr. lb 4 0 11 OHi.kman. If . 4 0 .' 0 l
Coulter. If I i v Abbott, r 4 1 4 1
Llvlnreton. c. 1 0 3 l Elwen. 3b.. .41010
W llllama. 2b. 4 0 2 1 t McCarthy, cf. 4 0 4 1 P
Horkr. 3b 1 0 tl tl.irler, lb 1 1 15 4 1
Slagle. p 1 0 4 (Weal, p 1 0 0 I V
Totala 12 4 17 14 0 Totalt 32 7 27 14 J
Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 ( 0 0 00
Indianapolis 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 04
1'ft on bases: Toledo, b; Indianapolis. 3.
Two-base hits: Abbott. LiaAer, Hayden.
Home run: Hayden. Hit with pitched ball:
Livingston. Bases on balls: tiff West. 1;
off Slagle, 1. Sacrifice hit: West. Stolen
bases: Havden (2i, Coulter. Struck out:
By West. 4; by Slagle. 1. Time: 1:35. Um
PRESIDENT C. RKKT9
Words of Praise lilies Men Who Won
In Olympic Gnmes.
OYSTER BAY. ' N. Y.. Aug. 31-Just as
Ideal weather favored the Olympic heroes
today when they paradi-d up Sagamore Hill
and received the official welcome home by
the president of the United States as on
Saturday when they were acclaimed with
the cheers of thousands In New York City.
Each of the victorious athletes was Intro
duced to the president by the American
commissioner, James E. Bulllvan. The
president grasped the hands of each one
In an enthusiastic handshake and had a
word of congratulation to say. The men
plainly showed their pleasure at the high
praise the president bestowed upon them.
It was almost 11 o'clock when the steamer
bringing the men from New York waa
sighted. As the vessel passed the club
house of the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht
club, a gun boomed a welcome. It waa
only a ahort time afterward that the en
tire party was landed and was marching
In a body to Sagamore Hill. The president
was awaiting on the veranda and rose to
greet them. The reception was soon In
progress and the Introductions of each of
the men who contributed toward the ath
letic glory worn for America at the London
Olympiad followed in awlft succession. The
president's remarks were brief and to the
point. The ceremonies occupied only a
short time and then refreshments were
served to the party.
After the reception the party re-embarked
for New York.
BREWSTER W1.S CHAMPIONSHIP
St. Joseph Tennis Player Defeata
Hodge of Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 31 Harry H.
Brewster of St. Joseph today won the
Missouri valley tennis championship in
singles, defeating Hirold Hodge of Kansas
City, winner of the 1H07 challenge trophy of
the association. The score was fr-i,
letalled scora In singles;
4 3 4 2 s
1 5 2 4 3
5 2 3 4 t
7 4 6 2 3
0 2 2 4 5 0 .
4 5 4 12 4 3
4 2 3-284
0 4 633
4 I 4-30-6
1 6 1 13 0
Brewster 4 S 4
Hodge 0 4 1
Brewster played a masterful game, out
playing Hodge at almost every stage of
the play. Hod go was nervous at times
and made some wild plnys. The wenther
was perfect and the ccurt was In splendid
TE.MS AT HAPPY HOLLOW CLUB
Toorney Begins Tncsday Morning Be
tween Members and Minor Sona.
The Happy Hollow club tennis tourna
ment will be begun Tuesday morning. The
members of the club and their sons under
21 are eleglble to compete for the prizes,
which will Include a championship cup, a
prixe for the runner-up and one for the
consolation winner. If enough doubles
entries are in. drawings will be made
Wednesday. The drawings for singles,
which were made Monday morning, are as
H. Gates, bve.
W. E. Shaffer plays Reed Peters.
N. Benson playa P. Lord.
J. Webster plays Rob Thompson.
Charles Anderson plays E. Burkett.
W. Hlllls plays G. Carpenter.
R. J. Williams plays M. R. Uhl.
. Frank Selby plays H. P. Leavttt.
Ralph West playa Carroll Belden.
J. T. Bartlett plays Pr. Lemere.
E. O. Royce plays Jack Palmer.
George Shirley playa I. Carpenter.
Tom Cretgh playa R. 8. Purkee.
Ed. Zabrlskie, bye.
Fred Creigh, bye.
BALLOON FALLS I.M'O LAKE ERIE
(Juern Louise Drops Into Water and
Arronnnts Are Rescued.
BUFFALO, N. Y.. Aug. 31. The balloon
Queen Louise, which started with two
il"e gaa oag ana permuted me gas 10
tsca(. Hie two passengers, with tha
balloon, were taken atnisrd tlie Mohegn
and brought to this port.
Iowa Horses Doing; Well.
IOWA FALLS, la.. Aug. 31.-(Special.)-The
string of rnce horses owned by John
G. Buckton. formerly of this city, but now
of Dowk, is making s good record this
seat-on. Don Roma is tlie speediest of Mr.
Bucklon's bunch and clipped off a second
from his record in tlie Iree-for-ol' pace at
r.aenport. where he took the race in three
rtraignt heats, the best time being 2 OT,
Red Milda is s new acquisition of Mi.
Lucklun's snd Is proving a winner In the
county fair circuits of n- rthern and central
Iowa. In 8 E. Mr. Buckton has a very
promising 3-year-old that is making a gnod
snowing for himself and promisee to de
velop into a fast one.
Silver t reek Wins Game.
SILVER CREEK. Neb., Aug. 31. -(Special.
1 rt,lver Creek defeated the Maryville.
Mo., tearu today by a score of 1 to 0. The
game was one of the faateat played here
Batteries: Silver Creek. Shank and Zip
per; Maryville. Markwell and Clark.
Hits: Sliver Creek, 3; Maryville, 6. Struck
out: By fclpper. 2: by Markwell. 2.
RACE WAR NARROWLY AVERTED
rmie-t win inMnnuiYUi HVtnicu
Kiiim of Near, at Pnraona. Kan., by
tintrcr While Restating; Arrest
PARSONS. Kan., Aug. 31. -A race war
was narrowly averted In tti.s city this ra rn
Ing when Policeman John Williams shot
and killed Matt Matthews, a r.egru. After
the killing the negroes began to gather In
Glen w ood park and plan vengeance against
the police and city officials. The better
class of the negroes at once took the affair
in charge and iersuaded the leaders from
ai y rash action, and the mob was dispersed
Matthews ill I train porter on the Mis
souri, . Kansas & Texas railroad between
here and Kansas City. - The trouble began
jester Jay when bs resisted the officer and
culminated with Ma again resisting arrest
this morning. Matthews was considered a
bid man. He killed a i.rgrv In this cl'v
four years ago and was known a a prlxe
fighter snd bulty.
DEBS SPEAKS AT LEMONT, ILL
Alterant to KJect Men front Roof ot
Park rarlllon early Starts
CHICAGO. Aug .'M-Etigene V. Ivba
presidential candidate of the sislalist
party, who Is to have for a tour of the
western country tomorrow In a special
train, addressed an audience of several
thousand persons at a socialist picnic at
Lcmont, thirty miles south of Chicago, to
night Snrl for two hours hurled broads. d"
of excoriation against republicans and dem
ocrats. Much of the force of his speech at
the beginning was lost through Interrup
tions attending the efforts of John Peter
son, owner of the park In which the gut'.i
erlrg was held, to eject thirty or more men
from the roof of a pavilion, from which
elevated position they shouted and whistled
their appreciation of Mr. Debs' statemTits.
Mr. Debs shouted to the men to st whrri!
they were since the root bad stood the
strain for half an hour without breaking,
but to keep still, whereupon Peterson sub
sided. Mr. Pebs flayed the capitalist class, Taft,
Bryan and the prohibit Ichlsta. once order
was restored, and flashed by denouncing
the working class as "wsge slaves who
never had and never will have either
money Or sense."
"You are a republican because your father
was one," he said. "You are a democrat
because your grandfather was one. Every
thing has changed except bis grandson.
What do you care for bank deposits? What
do you care " He got no further for the
time being. Peterson appeared on the roof
again. He had discarded a special police
man's star, which be wore on his previous
sorties, and Instead he wore a red ribbon
tied In his buttonhole. Instead of appeas
ing the sociafllsts It Served to rouse them
to such an extent that they threatened to
throw the park owner to the ground. At
this point Miss O'Reilly of the Chicago
Teachers' federation mounted a stumphnd
counseled moderation. Between her ad
monitions and those of Mr. Pebs trouble
was averted and the roof auditors were per
suaded to descend. Just before Mr. Pebs
concluded his Interrupted discourse some
body In the crowd shouted: "How about
"Oh, Gompers?" rejoied the speaker. "I'll
psy my respects to him later. Today I am
discussing only live topics."
REV. MR. BINGAMAN FOR' TAFT
F.lon Baptist Minister Resents Impli
cation that He Is Not Loyal
Rev. James A. Blngaman, pastor of Zion
Baptist church, says articles appearing In
a local paper signed by one Blngaman,
purporting to be a colored man, advocating
the election of Bryan and denouncing Taft,
have caused him much annoyance.
"I have had friends meet me on the
street and ssk me what I meant by turn
ing against Mr. Taft and the republican
party In that way." said Mr. Blngaman.
"They had read this stuff and jumped to
the conclusion that it was written by me.
I think that Is the purpose of these srtlcles
to give out the Impression thst I am ad
vocating Bryan Instead of Taft. It that
Is It, I want to say right here that my
republicanism never had cause for more
emphatic manifestation than It has this
year In advocating and voting for Mr.
Taft. I want also to say, that those col
ored people who are allowing demagogues
to pull the wool over their eyes and make
them think Taft is not their friend and
Bryan Is, are making dunces of them
selves. All this hullababoo about the
Brownsville affair, Is purest political bun
combe and via being peddled for the sole
and specific purpose of Injuring Mr. Taft.
The men who are agitating this question
are not the friends of the negro, but they
are political tricksters, trying to cajole the
negro Into believing that his race has suf
fered an injustice at the handa of the re
publicans. But their plot Is too apparent;
the grest majority of negroes see through
It all and they will show these democrats
that they do by piling up their votes as
usual for the republican nominee.
"Mr. Bryan la not the friend of the negro
and Mr. Bryan's party Is not the friend of
the negro, and It Is the worst sort of hy
pocrisy for Mr. Bryan and his party to
pose as such, even for the purpose of try
ing to make votes."
GENERAL A. P. STUART DEAD
Confedernte Commander Dies at Ills
Home at Blloxl, Miss., at
BILOXI, Miss.. Aug. 31. General Alexan
der P. Sluart, one of the laat two survlv -
lng lieutenant generals of the confederate
army, died at his home here today. In his
7th year. A native of Tennessee, General
Stuart lived the greater part of his life In
that state, but of late had been making
his home In Blloxl. He was born st Rog
ersvllle, Hawkins county, Tenn., October 2,
1821. He was appointed to the United
States Milltsry Academy st West Point
and graduated with honora from that Insti
tution In June, 1842.
He was made a second lieutenant of the
Third United States artillery, and later
was transferred to West Point, where he
served aa one of the assistants to tlie pro
fessor of mathematics, neslgning from
the army In IMS General Stuart accepted
the chair of mathematics at Cumberland
.,-i-,.i... -cc, at it,. n,K,..t, ,.f ih.
civil war be was commissioned a brigadier
general In the confederate army, was made
a major general In 1503, and received his
commission as lieutenant general one year
later. The close of the war found him com
manding the Army of Tennessee. From
1S74 to 180 ha was chancellor of the uni
versity of Mississippi. In lMa he was ap
pointed one of the commissioners of the
Chiekamagja National park. General
Stuart spent the laat years of his life de
voting himself largely to literary work.
He married at Warren, O, In H46, Miss
Harriet B. Chase. She died in l!s.
WYOMING MINEST0 SUSPEND
Seven Thousand Men Will Be Idle
Today Becanae of Deadlock.
Over Wage Scale.
BUTTE. Mont., Aug. 31 After a two
session conference In tills city, lasting until
late laat night, the committee representing
,he Un,ted M!re Work'r,of Wyoming failed
t() ft,C, ,,,, (rftmenl lllh lhe opir,.
t0"' and "wording to John J. Hart, spokes-
man for the mine owners, all the coal mines
In Wyoming would shut down tomorrow.
About 7.000 men will be Idle. Charges of
bsd forth are made against the mli.e work
ers by Mr. Hart, representing tho I'nion
Pacific railway, who claims thst sn agree
ment with respect to wages was made be
tween himself and Thomas Gibson, presi
dent of the Wyoming coal miners' organiza
tion, cw.eotuting a regularly named sub
committee, which agreement.
r-11 rA CURES WITHOUT THE STRIFE. All uaoaaJ Disosaet treated upon a aostflrt .
II mm "Am. gusrantao. No money t bs paid till cured A mug trsatmsnt Witt.out ttis lH
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DR. E. R. TARRY. 224 Deo Dulldlng, Omaha. Neb.
(IBS SHIT OUT CARDINALS
Oypra'.l i.r Strnf 7 in rinchu and
Strikfi On! Eleven Mea.
KATMOND PITCHES GBEAT BALL
Puss In First Isslsg t oslrlkstri to
tne of t hlraa-o'a Rons Scores of
Other alfnai l.eaanr
CHICAGO. Aug. 31. -Both Ovcisil and
Raymond pitched great bait today, but
Overall was the steadier In pinches, strik
ing out eleven men. A pass, a sacrifice and
a hit by Evers gave Chicago one run st
the start. In the sixth Sheckard suns ed.
stole second and scored on lrifielU drives
by Evers snd Stelnfeldt. Score:
CHICAOO ST. 1H ll
AO II OAT. AB 11 O A r.
Hnfman. If . 3 0 12 1 Sha. rf 4 0 I a
Sharkers. If . 1 1 0 Charlea. ah... 4 4 0
S.hulte. rf ... 4 0 1 0 Sarii. c ...41510
r.vem. ?h 4 3 1 1 Murray, rt . 4 0 . 0
Stelnreldt. lb J 0 2 "Konelihe, lb 1 nil 4 0
Howard, cf .. 1 0 0 Tllehamv. If. : J 0
Tinker, rs ... 1 I J "Hvrne. lb .... 1 I 1
Klins c I S in i 1 Woerla. a. I 12 4 0
Overall, p ...I 0 0 4 efiaysond. p .1 I o 4 1
Totala 27 4J4 12 I Totala... . 10 4 2 17 t
Byrne out, hit by batted ball.
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2
St. Louta 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0-
Sacrifice hit: Slieckard. Stolen bis?1:
Pyrne, Sheckard 2i. How ai d Ift ; on
bases: Chicago. 4; SI. Louis, R. Bsses on
balls: Off Overall, 2: off Rsymond. 3.
Bases on errors:: Chicago, 1; St. Ixoils. 1.
Struck out: Bv Overall, 11: by' Ravrriond,
5. Time: 1:30. Umpires: Rlgler and Rtid
derham. Pirates Blank Reds.
CINCINNATI. Aug. 31. CWlnnsti made
but two hits off Willi tudr H:i!(wtt
getting lxth. Only i ne f tho lock's reached
second bsse. The Pituburgs Duncncu six
hits in the third Inning, netting four runs.
AB H.O.A. Tl. AB H.O.A. E.
Shannon, cf . 4 110 nla!rr. rf 4 0 1
Clarke. If. ..I 14 0 Hucslna. Jb..4 0 1 0
l,erh. Sb.... 4 111 4Kane. cf
Wajner. aa .. till Hubert. ..
Gill, lb 1 0 in 2 (manual, )h .
Ah'tirhlo. 2b. 4 1 1 I t'Couleonj. If .
Wllaoa. rf .. 4 0 1 0 VUcln, e ...
Olbaon. r 4 111 OHulavitt. sa.
Willis, p 4 1 I 2 t'Spade. p.....
1 !Bhur. s
Totala 11 10 tl 11 .0 "Howry
1 0 2 0 0
0 1 0
I 0 11 0 0
I n o
l 4 n
I a o i r
0 0 2 0
t o c
Totala. 2 3 27 10 o
Cincinnati 0 O 0 0 t 0 0 0-0
Plltaburg 0 0 4 0 0 I, 0 0 0-5
Three-base hits: Clark: Wagner. Sacri
fice hit: Gill. Stolen bases: 1-euch. Clarke.
IKiuble plsy: Wagner to Abbatichlo.
Struck out: Bv Spade. 2: by Dubuc, 1; by
Willis. 1. Bases on -balls: Off PubMC, 2;
off Willis, 1. Hits: Off Spsde, 10 In six
innings; off pubuc, 0 In three Innings.
Time: 1:36. Umpire: O'pay.
PROF. FITZGERALD"" KILLED
Instructor In lown Stnte Normal
School Meets Death In Anto Acci
dent In Los Anscles.
CEDAR FALLS. Is., Aug. 31. (Special
Telegram.) Prof. F. A. Fitzgerald, for
twelve years connected with the State Nor
mal school, was Instantly killed Ib an
automobile accident at Los Angeles. The
car In which he was riding collided with a
street car. Mrs. Fitzgerald Is visiting with
friends In Ohio.
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