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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEEt FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1903.
Omaha and Sioux City Each Win Two; Chicago Gains on Pittsburg; Detroit Increases Its Lead ;
NOW FOR FINAL AT SIOUX
Omaha Beats Den Moinei Fire Straight
and is Still in Lead.
GOES TO IOWA TOWN I0E WHTDUP
Caaaaploas in One Ham la th t.ad
aa Clara Peaaaat With
Tare Vtetorte t'p
Hendrlx, P ...
Waldron. cf .
ssady. If . ...
Zalusky, c ....
Olmstead. p ..
0 0 0
0 0 1
Omaha. 2; Des Moines. 0.
Omaha, 2; Den Moines, 1.
Two nor rames were taken from the
Boosters by the Ronrke family Thursday
afternoon, which puta them In arood ahape
to ft to Sioux City for the final aeries
of five aarnes to be played. The curtain
was rung down for the Omaha team - in
Omaha for this year and the few fan
eaw two fimet of ball played In record
time, the Boosters hurrying' through to
catch a train and the Omaha boya willing
to let them hurry aa long they wera
ahead. The first) gama waa played in
fifty-two minute and the second gama
in ftftv-four minutes, and as the first
game was started at 2 o'clock the fana
were ready to start for Omaha about tha
time a regular gama begins,
By winning both the games Omaha goea
to Bloux City one gama In tha lead of tha
Bloux. That means that If Omaha wins
two games and Bloux City three In tha
nertew of five Omaha and Sioux City will
be tied for the Western league champion
ship. Sioux City must win four of the
five games to win the pennant, and If
Omaha wins three of the five the pennant
will flutter from the old flagpole In
Vinton street park for another year.
Floiirnoy, the fast fielder and heavy
hitter of Des Moines, accompanied the
Ttourkes to Sioux City aa one of them.
President Rourke bought him yesterday
from Mr. Higglns and signed him for the
remainder of this season and next. He
goes to play left field In place of Fisher,
whose injured arm disables him. Fisher
went with the team and may play a game,
Flournoy will add strength to the Champs.
He Is batting about .290 and fielding .940.
Besides, he Is a heady ball, player.
Hasan nd Rhodes for Bloux.
Pa Is Having Ragan and Rhodea for the
opening games In the 'Sioux City series
and for that reaon pitched Hollenbeck and
Hall yesterday. . Hall has been sick and
was not In the best of form, but he pulled
through the eight fast Innings without
weakening. Aa Pa let Qonding rest Thurs
day, Omaha goes up the river In good
shape for the firm! battles.
Hollenbeck pitched a fine game of ball.
allowing but five hits and refusing to pass
a man. He kept these five hits so scat
tered that the Boosters had no chance to
score. The Southpaw, Kelson, did the work
for Des Moines and he was hit enough In
the first Inning to win the game. King
opened up the sport with a tripe. He has
sort of contracted the triple habit of late,
Autrey, who followed, aent him home wit
a single to right. Austin made. a clean
double, but Welch and Franck struck out
and Belden popped one to ahort and they
died on bases. In the seventh, Autrey
opened up with his second hit and stole
aecond. He went to third on . Welch
grounder to Dwyer and scored on Franck's
double to left field. I.awler made somo
, remarkable stops and throwa in both
gurnet, taking sixteen chances without
The second game was also one of few
runs. Autrey mad the first run in the
firs', inning, by a three base souk and
Welch's fiy to Kltxpatrlck. Austin made the
second run in the, fourth Inning after two
were down. , Ho hit a double and scored on
Belrten's single. In the seventh Inning
Dolan opened with a double and scored on
That was the final game for Omaha, al
though the Lincoln and pueblo game are
scheduled for a double header at Vinton
street park next Sunday afternoon.
King, lb '..... !
Autrey, Jh 4
Austin, 3b 3
Welch, ct 1
Franck. If 4
lielfen, rf 2
I.awler. ss S
I.eUrand, c 2
Hollenbeck, p 3
Llnooln 0 0
Lianvar 1 U
Three-base hit: Olmstead. Two-Daae
Its: Thomas. Fox. Cassaay is), ouu.e
playe: Jud and Henry; rmciieiv. r o
nd i nomas, i.rn on u-. -
Denver. 7. Stolen bases: ox. i nomas.
Bacrlflc lilts: Waldron. Klnneally. Struck
out: Heniirix, 7; Olmsteaa, o.
balls: Off Heniirix, 1; off Olmstead. 8. Time.
40. Umpire: Brennan.
GAM US IX AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
ladlaaapoll Makes It Foar tralat
TKntiKitni.iil Rort. ; 10. Indianapolis
made ft four straight by defeating Toledo
today, 8 to 2. Score:
in H o.l.I
Bmh, aa 4 0 I 0 Lttlmore. ci
Derldaon, cf. 4 1 OHI'oh'B, Jb-ee 4
OA B Ker, n-u
H'kmaa, It-Sb 4
Abbott, e 4
OKIwert, lb.... 1
1 wm, rf 2
Soccer, lb... 4
Cromler, ... 1
Tou" 7ru 1 T.ui...,...n-.ni3-;
Indianapolis 0 0 ? ? ! i I
Toledo 0 0 o i w u u u x a
Struck out: By Marqusrd, 7: by l rem ley,
Hit by pitched ball: Lattlmore, by Mar.
quard. Two-base hits: Hickman, ajuou,
Carr, Livingston. Three-base hit: Hick
man. Bacrmce nus: mummm, ..
brurter. Double play: Cromley to Spencer.
Stolen base: Marquard. Passed ball:, Liv
ingston, 1. Umpire: Owens. Time: 1:4.
Batata Defeat Brewers.
ST. PAUL, 8ept. 10. St. Paul hit Hchnel-
berg hard ani won, 8 to 3. Bcore:
ST. PAVU MILWAUKEE.
AB.H.O. A 3. AB.H.U.A.B.
8 27 17
Kelley, If 4
Fllspatrlck, cf 4
Dwyr, If 3
Choulnard, as 3
Dulan. 2b 8
lxter. rf 3
Neihoff, 8b 8
lleckinger. c 3
Nelson, p.. 3
BROWNS ARE EASY FOR NAPS
Cleveland Bunches Hits on Powell in
Standing of the Teams
EACH SCORES 0UCE IN FIRST
Bera-er Pitches Strong- fiame and
Keeps Hevea Hlta of Visitors' Scat
Harden, rf... 4
rxrr, lb 4
Cook, If 4
Hopke, lb.... I
Mara viva, p.. I
CLEVELAND, O.. Sept. 10. Cleveland de
feated St. Louis again today, the acore
being S to 2. Cleveland won In the eighth
on hits by Perrlng. Goode, Hinchman and
Bemla and Stephens' error. Berger pitched
strong game. Score:
Clarke, If 3 o
Bradley, 3b J '
Hinchman, rf-lf .... 8 2
Lajole. 2b 3 0
Stovall, lb 2 0
Bnmta, C . $
Birmingham, ci 4 y
Perrlng, ss 8 1
Berger, p ....8 0
Goode, rf 1
Oaler, ib 4
D. Meyers, cf i
Meyers, lb 4
Davla, rf i
Laughlln, c. 4
TH-mjrer, Ib.. 4
Nee, aa 4
Hall, b I
Hallett, If.... 1
1 Roblnaon. sa. I
2 Drown, lb. ... 4
I, M'Chenney, If 4
C Dougherty, cf 4
0 Manuach, rf.. 4
OFIynn. 3b.... 1
1 McCorm'k. Ib 4
Totala 16 U SI 11 G Totala U 1 14 14 4
Milwaukee 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1-8
8t. Paul 0 1 0 0 3 1 3 0
Two-base hits: Robinson. Hall. Davis.
iiemyer, Ufier, isee.- Tnree-Dase nit:
Laughlln. Double plays: Nee to J. Meyers.
Tlemyer to Ueler to J. Meyers. Bases on
balls: Off Schnelberg, 2: off Hall, 3. Struck
out: By Hull, 8. Sacrifice hLs: Robinson
Brown, 'iynn, Hall, Hallett. Time: 1:26.
Millers Boat Batchera,
MINNEAPOLIS. Sept. 10. Kansas City
supported awann raggedly today and Mln
neapolls, with Olmstead pttcnlng, had an
easy victory. Bcore:
MINNEAPOLIS. KANSAS CITY.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O. A K
Oyler, aa ...
OHatlman, cf . . 6
OBeckley. lb.. I
C. Neighbors, rf. 4
0 Braahear. Sb. 4
lCroee, aa 4
OCrutcher, as.. S
I 27 10 1 "Hill
0 Brown, o. ...
,.U 7 14 to
Batted for Swann in the ninth.
Minneapolis 0 0 0 1 1 0 8 1
Kansas City 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
Two-base hit: Neighbors. Three-base hit:
O'Neill. Sacrifice hit: Wheeler. Stolen
bases: Kerwln,' O'Neill. 'Double play
Brown to Braahean. Lett on bases: Min
neapolis, 8; Kansas City, . Baaes on balls
Oft Olmstead. 2: off Swann. 1. Struck out
By Olmstead, . Hit by pitched bail: By
Swann, 1. , Wild pitches: owann, Olmstead.
'i'lmo: 1:50. Umpire: Hayes.
GIANTS ARfcl MCI IS I" ' MAKERS
Wiaslsg Ban Ball Proves Faying; la-
atltatloa la New York.
NEW YORK. Sept. 10. Base ball la
paying Institution with a winning team.
both for the management and players. 'I'lio
splendid fight now being made by til
Giants for the National league champion
ship has attracted the attention of thou
sands of persons, who otherwise would
hii'D nnlv a naaalncr Interest In tha sourt.
and aa a result the treasury of tha New
York club is reaping the benefit.
Although It is impossible accurately to
estimate the exact amount of the profits
of the season to the New xork club.
conservative estimate of the money mads
by the club as a direct result of winning
the championship placea the aum at tziu.wi.
This amount represents the dlfferenoe in
receipts between the leaders and the tall
Des Moines '
base hit: King.
, 31 6
Stone, If ....
Wallace, ss ,
Jones lb .....
Stephens, c ,
Powell, p ..
Batted for Stephens In ninth.
Batted for Powell in ninth.
Kan for Spencer In ninth.
St. Lou s ...l ' "
Tiin-hm hit: Brsdlev. Three-base hits:
Lajole, Ferris. Sacrifice hits: Stovall, Fer
ris 121. rh-nwemer. oioien oases; mm u-
nn HoMrlrk i2. First base on balls
Off Berger, 2: off Powell. 2. Hit by pitched
ball: Bv Merger, l. on uhm.
land. 3: "St. Louis, 8. Struck out: By Ber-
a- K. Pnwll. K. Passed ball: Bemls,
Time: 1:43. Umpires: Sheridan and Egan.
Detroit Wins In Tenth
DETROIT, Sept. 10. Crawford's triple
following a double by Schaefer tied the
score In the nintn ana arove wnue om
of the game. Hits by D. Jones, Downs and
Schmidt gave It to ueiron in ine irnm.
White was hit hard all the way, while
passes cost Donovan a majority of the runs
scored off him. F. Jones' batting waa the
A.B. R. H. O.
4 1 2 6
WEST. LEAOl-R I AMER. AS9 N.
W.L.Pct W. UPctL
Omaha 85 55 .r17iIndlanspolls 89 0 .fw
Bloux City ..84 M .6" Louisville ...87 61 .5M
Lincoln it 72 .4!ir'Cnlumbus ...$8 67 .5fJ
IHnver 69 73 .4iToledo 80 .&K
Pueblo 6S 74 .160 Minneapolis 74 74 Af
Des Moines.. 50 92 . 352 Kansas City 9 80 .4
Milwaukee ...t ss .ia
St. Psul 46 tt .311
NAT. LEAGVE. AMER. LEAGUE.
New YoTk...7T 4 .rXUinetrrrlt 75 Si .6M0
Pittsburg 80 5l .6I Chicago 72 f7 .55
Chicago y 51. Ml St. Louis. .....71 67 .665
f-niladelphia (? M .Bts.develand ....n tut .m
Cincinnati ...62 68 . 4H, Philadelphia 62 4 .4!.'
Hoston 56 74 .416 Huston W
Brooklyn ....44 S3 .3171 Washington ..M 69 .4
St. Louis 14 84 .341 New York. ...41 Htt .Mi
Westorn Leae-up Omaha at Sioux Cliy.
Denver at Des Moines, Pueblo at Lincoln.
INational League Boston at Khllaue.pnia,
Brooklyn at New York. Chicago ai ft.
American League Chicngo at Detroit, Ft.
1muh at Cleveland, Philadelphia at Wash
ington, New York at Boston.
American Association Columbus at To
ledo, Louisville at Indianapolis, Milwaukee
at St. Paul, Kansas City at Minneapolis.
Gilbert) third. Time: 1:46. Red Friar,
De Burgo, Countersign, Wes, Tipping, Dixie
Gold, Bisma and Bonn a also ran.
Third race, the Belles, fillies, 2-year-olds,
fruaranteed cash value H,60, five and a
lalf furlongs, futurity course: Petticoat
(loo, E. Dtigan) won. Trance (120, McDaniel)
second, Spectress (100, McCarthy) third.
Time: 1:U6V Miss Kearney and Senten
tious also ran.
Fourth race, the Waldorf, colts and geld
ings, 2-year-olds, 350O. added, six furlongs,
futurity course: Fashion Plate (118, But
ler) won, Sir John (118, Notter) second.
Marcellus (118, Schilling) third. Time:
1:154. Strike out and Yard Stick also ran.
Fifth race, the Banquet handicap, 2-year,
olds and up. $600 added, mile and an eighth,
turf course: Tourenne (106, McCarthy)
won. Miss Crawford (104, Upton) second.
Brother Jonathan (110, Notter) third. Time:
1:54. Royal Tourist, Lady Winifred and
Tony Bonero also ran.
Sixth race, the Accountant, all ages, non
winners at this meeting, 8450 added, selling,
one mile: Whip Top (104. McCarthy) won.
Lord 8tanhope (113, Notter) second, Vasle
wood (107, Land) third. Time: 1:39. Dram
sar. Esoteric, Juggler, Orphan Lad, Dark
Night, Golinda, Gliding Belle, West More,
Aster Dor and Duke of Bridgwater also
Mclntyre. If ..
Schaefer, sa ..
Crawford, cf .,
Rnssman, lb 4
Thomas, c 6
Perry, 3b 3
Downs, ib 8
Donovan, p 4
F. Jones, cf...
lsbell, lb 4
Parent, sa ..
Sullivan, c ..
Walsh, p ....
14 30 10
INDIANA AT THE CORN SHOW
Fountain Cossty Mrs Bnsy Collecting;
aa Bxhlblt and Coin After
Chris Carlson of Council Bluffs has re
ceived a copy of the last Issue of The
Saturday Press, published at his old home
town, Attica, Ihd. The following Item in
Its columns shows that Fountain county,
Indiana, is planning to have a large ex
hibit at the National Corn Exposition in
Omaha next December:
Fred Palln, who has charre of tha
hlblta being prepared In this county for
the International Corn show at Omaha
on December 9 to 19, is getting the work
well in hand, and, with the assistance of
various persons In the different town
ships, will see that this county Is well rep-
rem-nieu. riw says mere is no reason
Fountain canrfot make as good a showing
as Johnson county, and he believes that
with proper effort the first prlxe for com
can be landed In this county. He urges
all growers to keep watch on their fields
and aelect car for the exhibit. He hopes
to have a full carload to ship to Omaha
when the t'me comes for the big show.
'FRISCO ::BANKER " KILLED
THREE STRAIGHT FOR G1AMS
New York Win See-Saw Game from
Brooklyn in Eighth.
EACH TEAM CHANGES PITCHERS
Ilresnahaa Makes Final Rn
Pass, a Bant, a Sacrifice
m Single hjr U
BROOKLYN, Sept. lO.-New York made It
three straight over the Brooklyns by win
ning today's game 6 to 5. The local men
opened with a run In each of the first two
Innings, but the visitors piled up five runs
In the fourth, fifth and sixth. When Brook
lyn had two runs In ar1men on bases
with none out In the seventh inning Mc-
C.raw benched McOlnnity and substituted
Taylor, but the home team managed to tie
the score In that Inning. Meantime Holmes
had replaced Pastorius for Brooklyn, but
only lasted one Inning and the burden of
endeavoring to beat the leaders In the pen
nant race fell on Rucker's shoulders. He
gave Brcsnahan a base on balls, Donlin
bunted safely, Seymour sacrificed, sending
Bresnahan to third and Hummel handled
Dolan's fly In time to beat Bresnahan to
third, but the New York catcher scored the
winning tally on McCormlck'a single. The
AR. R. IT. O. A. E.
Tenney. lb 5 1 1 11 0 0
Herxng. 2b 2 11 4 5 0
Bresnahan. c 3 1 0 3 2 0
Donlin, rf 4 1 4 2 0 0
Seymour, cf 2 0 1 3 0 1
Devlin, 3b 3 0 0 1 4 0
McCormlck, If 4 1 2 0 0 1
Brldwell. ss 4 113 3 0
McOlnnity, p 2 0 0 0 2 0
Taylor, p 1 0 0 0 0 1
Totals 30 II) 21 It 3
CHANGE TO RATIONAL BANKS
One Nebraska and Oae South Dakota
Instltatlnn Receive Per
(From Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. S-pt. 10.-(8rclal Tele
gram.) Application to convert state banks
Into national banks were approved today
as follows: The Seven Valleys bank of
Callaway. Neb., Info the First National
bank of Callaway, with JS.ono capital; the
Evnrta State bank of Mcintosh. 8. D., into
the First National bank of Mcintosh, with
Bids were opened today at the treasury
department for the construction of the
rubllc building at Sheridan. Wyo. The
bidders were J., H. WHse, South Omaha,
1131,431, and Ferguson A Tearson, Sheridan,
Judge jHmrs W. Whltten of the general
lnnd office, who has boin designated to
superintend tho opening of the Rosebud
lands In Tripp county, South Dakota, has
about completed his arrangements and ex
pects to leave for Chamberlain the latter
part of the week. Today the commissioner
of the land office received a couple of let
ters from London asking for information
regarding this valuable tract.
5 11 28 20
0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0-0
1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1-4
: Austin, Franck. Three
Bases on balls: Off Nelson,
z. tunica out: tfy nelson, 3. llt on
bssot,:. Omaha, 6; Des Moines, 2. Doubts
Plays: Lawler to King to Autrey. lioilen
beck to King to Autrey, Nelson to Dwyer
to Hsckinger. fctolt-n bases: Belden,
Autrey. Bit orifice hit: Welch. Time: 0:51.
.liupUra HaskelJ. Attendance: 4(0.
Bcore, second gams:
, ...4.J-...2 2
Fttspairick ' cf,. 4 0
Uwyir. 16 4 0
ChouinarU, ss 30
Dolan, it 3 1
Dexter, rf 3 ' 0
Neihoff. 3b 2 0
Heck inter, c 8 '0
Bomar, p 3 0
Two Gaines at Arapahoe,
ARAPAHOE, Neb., Sept. 10.(Speolal Tel
egiam. Yesterday morning s game between
MuC'ook and Cambridge was a. much more
even contest tnaii lue svute would Indi
cate. On several occasions MsCuok had
men on bases, but Owsley was invincible
at such times. Score by :nninns: n.it.a.,
Cambridge .. .011200 0 2 V 11
McUoa V 0 V U Z V 1 V V I 1
Two-base hits: Cambridge, 4; MoCuok, 8.
Home run: McCook, 1. Double play; Cam
bridge. Struck out: By Owslay, 1; oy Ban',
4. Base on balls: Off Owsley, ti; off Barr, 1.
The atternuon gams butweon Beward and
Oxford Indians was also a surplse as the
Indians were counted as winnors. Hours by
Seward 3 00000212-7 1
Oxford Ind... OOaOfOOO 08 18 2
Two base bit: Holtser, Base en balls I Off
Trimble, 1; off Calvert, .
Americana Play Hoffman.
Tho Americans will play the Hoffman
of South Omaha Sunday at Florence iwW,
This will be the third game between lies
two teams this reason, each having Won
one gamu. Guma will be callud at it p, rn.
anarp. in lineup:
Rapp Scuond ...
Sweeney Third . ...
bmltn allot latop.
Fox Center ..
I lli hsr ,,
. 'Batted for Perry in lnth. . . ...
Batted for Donovan in tenth. .
One out when winning run scored.
Detroit , 3 01000001 1-8
Chicago 0 30100100 0-6
Two-base hit: Schaefer. Three-base hits:
Crawford, Roasman. Hits: Off White, 11 in
eight and one-third innings: off Walsh. 3
in one asid two-thirds innings. Sacrifice
hits: Crawford, Rossman, Perry, label!,
Sullivan, Tannehlll. Stolen base: F. Jonea.
Double plays: Perry to Rossman; Perry to
White; Tannehlll to Isbell; Ats to Sullivan
to Tannehlll. Left on bases: Detroit, 11;
Chicago, 10. Bases on balls: Off Donovan,
6; off White, . First base on errors: Chi
cago, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By White, 1.
Struck out: By Donovan, 6: by Walsh, 1
Time: 2:20. Umpires: O'Loughlln and
Boston Defeat Washington.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 10,-Boston wound
up its season here today with a victory. 7
to 1. Burchell was a great puzzle, wtillo
Keeley was hit hard and given poor sup
Nllea, Ib 4 1 b 1 OEdm'deon. cf. 4 I 4 0 1
Lord. 3b I 0 0 4 OOanlry. If S 1 2 0 1
. t I I 'j Olnglaub. 3D.. 4 1 1 1 r
.4230V Dalehanly, 3bt ! II
. I 0 11 1 Oriymer, rf.... 4 0 2 0 0
till OPreeman, lb.. I 1 12 V 1
.till McBride, aa . J 0 1 5 1
.(111 0 street, c t 0 1 1 0
. t 2 0 a OK. hoe, e 1 0 2 0 1
Keeley, p.... 1 0 0 4 0
.it 11 27 11 0
Totala It 4 87 13 4
Washington ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Boston !...! 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 0-7
Three-base hit: Sullivan. Stolen bases
Delchanty, Speaker. Double play: Speaker
and tahl. Left on bases: Washington, 4;
Boston. 11. Bases on balls: Off Keeley. 3
off Burchell. 3. First base on errors: Bos
ton. 4. Hit with pitched ball: By Keeley, 1.
Struck out: By Keeley, 1; by Burchell, 1.
Passed bull: Kahoe. Time: 1:30. Umpire:
,.K, t erewiarl
Charehmen Play Tie Game.
BEATRICE. Neb., Sept. 10. tSpecial Ttl;
d am.) In the second came tor the pen
nam for the Sunday School Base Bill
league the Presby terian and Baraca teams
played a tie game Hit atternoou. c-CJie
a to &.
RIG SQUAD AT THE HIGH SCHOOI
Promise to Get
Totals 29 1 - 7 21 13
Buna 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Hits 1 0 2 0 1 V
Runs 0 0 0 0
Hits 1 0 W X
Two-base hits: Dolan, Dexter, Neihoff.
Throe-base lilt: A'Jtrey. . Hu by pitcned
ball: By Hall, 1. Struck out: by nail, 1,
by Bomar, J. Left on bases: Omaha, 1;
Des Moines, (. Sacrifice hit: Ne.hjff.
Time: v-A. Umpire: llaakell. Attendance:
GRAND .CIRCUIT HARNESS HACKS
Del Censai Wlas SlilO Trot at
Chart Oak Park.
HARTFORD. Conn.,' Sept. 10. This waa
military day at Charter ouk purk and be
tween l.'.'jou and 16.1VU people were on hand
to er.Joy the special attraction. There were
only two earns, the 2:bv pace, which was
won by William C, and the :lu trot, which
went to Del Coronado. With today events
the harness racing at the purk enueu. bm
marlea: 2:t pace, purse 31.000:
William C. br. a.. (Murohv) 8 1111
Charley Hal, b. g., (W. rinow).. 1 I
LINCOLN DROPS ON IS TO DENVER
Olatatead Oataltchea Headrla la Klaal
Cam of SsrUa.
LINCOLN. Sept. lu. Der.ver made It an
even spin of tne series today by defeating
Lincoln 2 to 1 In another closely coutesteu
game. Olmatead and Hendrix were both
baited freely, but the Griaslles lugged the
luck and on tighter base-running would
have Increased tneir total. Cassaay' bat
ting and Juds two throw from the out
field for -putout wera the features. 'i'u
. . . LINCOLN.
Murphy, rf 4 0
Fox. 2b 4 -
Jude. If .i 4 "
Thomaa. lb 4 1
Davidson, cf 8 0
H. O. A. E
12 0 1
4 1 0
1 0 V
1 3 u v
Milton B., Jr., ch. g., (Cod...... 4 8
LA'Jy of Honor, ch. in., Thomas) 3 4 4
Lauretta, b. In.. i Klnnry) ... d
Time: 2:ttS; 2;(V, -i 2.10'ii 3:10.
2:1 trot, purse, tl.:'X:
Del Coroiuuiu, br. m., (Durafee)..,. 1
Kl Mihigro, br. g . lLasell;
Teasete, ch. m., (Uerspy) 3
Scasa, blk. m., (Payne)..... ......... 4
Chimes Bell, b. m.. (Tloor). 8
AxlelUy. b. to.. (Thomas) 1
Iday eale, b. m. (Uwwerman..,.,. I
Bell Bird, b m., (Chester) (
Time: 2:14; 2:11; 2:k; 2.i0.
WXECOXSIX STATS sttliS
Jerry B Paces Three Fastest Heat
Ever Recorded la Badaer Stat.
MILWAUKEE, Wl.. Sept. 10. -Jerry B , In
the 2:13 pace at the atai fair this after
noon, went three of the fastest heats In
that class ever paiced In Wisconsin, captur
ing the raue In sua I lit heal. Murly Alice
landed tne I: J trot, and Count Uuckner
the 2:lt pace. Results:
1. tki trot, purse I1.ua: Early Alice Won
second, third and fourth hats and the race.
Beat time: ..2:ut1.
2:13 pace, purs H.0Q0: 'jerry B. ,won in
straight heats. Best time; 2:04H-
2. U pace, purae l.iM: Count Buvknsr
wun In straight heats. But tiro; l.vlv
With the largest squad enrolled In the
history of the school foot ball "fans" at
the high school are looking up. Sixty-one
men have promised to gel out, among tnem
some veterans, and with .this material Head
Director Cherrington hopes to make a win
11 1 nar team.
The season was opened with a business
meeiintc yesterday afternoon, at which stu
dent rallied enthusiastically for the team
and expressed confidence In a successtu
season. Mho meeting was In charge of Mc
taillan. who talked to the men on foot ba!
seasons past. He introduced Mr. Cherrlng
ton. the new director of athletics and de
bating, who discussed the coaching of the
team; Merle Howard, one of last year's
best men, urged the men to hard work for
a successful year,
Among the old players who are out for
I ma year a work are: itay Mcnninney,
center; Wilson, guard; Claude Neavles,
tackle; Warren Howard, end; Phil Lehmer,
quarter: Kntricken. Nash and McWhlmiey
lor halfbacks and Gardiner for full. The
team will be made up of the men showing
greatest ability, every man having a fair
chance to make good. Thursday the first
try-out for the candidates in real practice
will be held.
Phillip Llennthel Die a Result
Kali from Auto Which
' Strike Carriage.
SAN FRAtlCISGO, Sept. 10,-PhlHp Lien-
enthal, president of the Anglo-California
bank of this city and one of the most prom
inent financiers of the Pacific coast died last
evening from Injuries received when the
automobile In which he was returning from
the Gans-Nelson prize fight collided with a
horse and carriage. The banker, who Is
an extremely heavy man, either Jumped
from the machine when he saw that the
collision was coming, or was hurled to the
ground by the sudden stoppage of the car,
striking on his' head and shoulders. One
lde of his head was found to be terribly
crushed when he was picked up, and several
ribs had been fractured by the force of his
fall. He died in the car on the way to the
hospital. None of the other occupants of
the machine was hurt.
H. O. A. K.
Rureh, cf 3 0 0.0 0 0
Lumlev. rf 4 0 110 0
Hummel, If 4 11 3 0 0
Jordan, 1b 8 0 0 12 1 0
Pattee. 2n 4 0 2 1 4 1
McMillan, ss 4 2 2 8 4 0
Rheehan, 31 4 112 8 0
Maloney, c 4 1 2 6 3 0
Pastorius. p 1 0 0 0 .3 0
Holmes, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Alperman '... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Rucker, p 1 0 0 0 1 0
Totals .' 33 6 9 37 19 1
Batted 'for Holmes In the seventh.
New York 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 1 -
Brooklyn 11000030 0-4
Two-base hits: Tenney. Herxog, Pheehar).
Three-base hit: Mslnney. Hits: Off Pas
torius. 8 in six innings; off Holmes, 0 In
one Inn'ng; off Rucker. 2 In two Innings;
off McOlnnity, In six Innings: on layior.
1 In three innings. Sacrifice hits: Seymour
(2. McOlnnity. Pastorius. stolen Dases:
Donlin, 2: Sevmour, Hummel. Double play:
McOlnnity, Herxog and Tenney. Lrt on
bases: New York. 4; Brooklyn, 2. Bases
on balls: Off McOlnnity, 2; off Taylor, 1;
off Pastorius. 1; off Holmes, 1; off Rucker.
2. First base on errors: New York. 1:
Brooklyn, 1. Hit by pitched ball? My res
toring. 1. Struck out: By McOlnnity, z;
hv Tavlor. 1; bv Pastorius. 2: by Rucker. 4.
Passed ball: Bresnahan. Wild pitch: Tay
lor. Time: 2:05. Umpires: Johnstone and
. Red Defeat Pirate.
prTTRHiTRO Sent. 10. Suade allowed
Pittsburg but three hits today and Cincin
nati won by a score of 3 to 1. . Will
pitched a good game. Manager Clarke was
put off the field In the second Inning for
arguing with Umpire Rigler. Score:
TERMINAL CASE DOCKETED
Amount of Sveltchlna- Char ires for
Live Stock to Be Determined
br Supreme Court.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10,-The case of the
Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy railroad and
other western railroad terminating In Chi
cago against the Interstate Commerce com'
mission, Involving the right of the commis
sion to fix terminal charges on live stock
in untcago, waa docketed in the supreme
court of the United State today. The rail
roads fixed a rate of 32 per car between
the stock yards In Chicago and their vari
ous terminal points, and the commission
directed a reduction to 81 per car. The pres
ent case was begun at the instance of the
railroads to obtain an injunction against
the enforcement of the order, and the
United States circuit court of Minnesota
granted the petition. The commission ap
pealed the case to the supreme court, where
it will probably be heard at the next term.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Supply of Hogs Moderat and la F.x
ceu'of the Preceding;
CINCINNATI. Sept. 10 (Special Tele
gram.) Price Current says: Moderate sup
plies of hogs wer marketed the past
week. Total packing was 395,000 compared
with 365,000 the" preceding week and 35.Oj0
last year. Since March 1 the total Is
13,145,000 against 14.03a.000 a year ago. Prom
inent place compare a follows:
Kansas City ..
St. Joseph .....
Floux City ...
. . . 2ffi.0il0
... 51 8. COO
BALLOONIST LOOKS TO OMAHA
Glldden Mar Start from Here In
Effort to Break I.onar-DItance
BOSTON, Mass., Sept. 10. (Special Tele
gram.) Charles J. Glldden, the balloonist,
announced today that his midnight ascen
sions, the first of which was made tonight
with Prof. H. H. Clayton, were in prepara
tion to a trip which he apd tha professor
are planning to take from either St. Louis
or Omaha in an effort to bent the world's
distance record of 1,206 miles, held by Count
Levaux. On this trip Mr. Gltddcn and
Prof. Clayton expect to be In the air for
seventy-two consecutive hours.
Prof. Clayton has already made ascen
sions with Erbstoh, the winner of the
International trophy contest at St. Louis
ah !mpetu. In order to rise Into ths air.
It would therefore reunite l 1 lunching P-
pnratus If It acre start! from one of the
scout cruisers, which makes twenty-two or
twenty-three knets an hour, or about twen
ty-five miles. It could fly over the ad
vance column of an cwmy's loet and drop
explosives or secure valuable information.
"Instead ot the skids which Mr. Wright
uses for navsl purpose Ihe aeroplane could
be fitted with two light water kld. sim
ilar to rowing shells, so that it could land
orj water. After the ninchlne made a flight
It could bo brought alongside of the hlp
and pulled out of the water by means of
tho davits. The bureau of equipment h
an appropriation available for buying equlp-
rnrnt for vessels of the navy and this
money could be drawn on for the purpose
of buying an uerophire with which to mak
a start towards building up an aerial fleet
for the navy." , , . - 1
SlOt X TAKl! ! 4.1 It FROM Pl fCBI.O
First Game a t'oateat and tho Seeoad
n Force. '
SIOUX CITT. Ia.,' Sept. W-Bloux City
got away with two k anion from Pueblo to
riav, the second marking the twelfth con
secutive victory. The first game was a
rattling contest, the Sioux winning by a
rally in the eighth Inning, while the second
was not base ball at all, but Just town
lot horse play. The. Indians tried out
Schauli. a looul semi-professional, in the
hex and the Bloux tok advantage of the
opportunity to fatten their hatting a.ver
g' s With ineffective pitching and Indlf
lerent fielding the game quickly degener
ated Into a Joke. The agony was. ended In
t lie eighth on account of darkness.
Announcements vf the Theater.
As the week grows older the Orpheum
grows more popular. Each performance
sees the theater crowded and the enjoy
ment all get from the entertainment la
great. For those who en.loy a quiet laugh
there Is "The Old. Old Story." Other again
will find entertainment in "The Girl and
the Pearl," wherein are displayed the per
sonal charm and cleverness of Miss Walker,
not to mention those of the smart Mr.
Mack. Matinees dally.
H. O. A. E.
11 1 0
0 2 0 0
0 0 2 1
2 2 3 0
0 14 0 0
0 O 4 0
0 0 0 0
0 10 0
0 8 10
0 0 3 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
7 27 14 1
H. O. A. E.
0.2 0 0
0 ' 2 3 1
0 2 4 0
2 2 0 0
1 13 2 0
13 0 0
0 0 10
6 27 13 1
Spade, p 3 0
Total 31 3
Batted for Starr in ninth.
Batted for Willis In eighth.
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-3
Three-base hit: Wagner. Hits: Off Wil
lis, 6 in eight Innings; off Vail, 0 In one in
ning. Sacrifice hits: Gill, Spade, Hoblltiel.
Stolen bases: Shannon, Lobert, Bescher.
Left on bases: Pittsburg, 6; Cincinnati, 8.
Bases on balls: Off Spade, 2; off Willis, 6.
Struck out: By Spado, 2; by Willis. 2. Time;
1:4a. Umpire: Rigler.
Cub Defeat Cardinal.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 10. Chicago defeated
St. Louis this afternoon in the first game
of the series by the score of 7 to z. Brown,
who pitched ror Chicago, was eireeuve an
the way through. Baldwin was batted out
In the second Inning and Beebe was hit
Teat Accomplished br Orvllle Wright
WASHINGTON, Sept 10,-The two aero
plane fight made by Orvllle Wright at
Foit Myer yesterday, which broke all rec
ords for distance and time, have aroused
the officers of the nfvy to action.. Secre
tary Metcalt was one of the moat enthu
siastic spectators present, and Asistant Sec
retary of the Navy Newbery ha been fol
lowing the Fort Myer tests closely. Lieu
tenant George C. Sweet of the bureau of
equipment has been detailed to observe the
Fort Myer tests for the navy.
Secretary Metcalf was asked If the navy
Intended to buy an aeroplane as a beginning
in the application of aeronautics to that
branch of the service.
"I cannot say what we might do," he re
plied. "Of course we would need fund for
that purpose. There Is only one reason that
I can see why Mr. Wright' machine would
be Impracticable for use In the navy and
that la his starting apparatus. An officer
has been detailed to observe the flights,
and what we do will depend Itrgely on what
Is learned from these tests."
Lieutenant Sweet hns been present at
rjearly every flight of the Wright aeroplane
at Fort Myer and was so much impreased
by lta performance that he suggested that
the Navy department keep In close touch
with the progress being made In aerial
flight. "The aeroplane would prove in
valuable In naval warfare," he remarked
to an army officer during Wright's flight
yesterday. "Mr. Wright's machine requires
a speed of twenty-four mile an hour as
laws ev Note.
MARSHALLTOWN A. Janney, a pioneer
settler and one of the city' oldest retail
merchants. Is lying at the point of death,
it is thought that he cannot live.
QRINNELL M. A. Setors, onlor partner
of the Sear Implement company of this
city, and a resident of this county for
many years, died at his residence here at
6 o'clock this mornlr.fr. after an Illness of
four weeks of stomach trouble. lis was 65
years old, and had been, in business here
for the last seven year. Funeral on Fri
day. MARSHALLTOWN-John E. Boomershlne
of Tiffin, O., was ordained and installed
pastor of the Grace Reform church of
Llscomb at a special meeting of the Iowa
classic of the church, held ai. Liscomb
Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Boomer
shine succeeds Tlev. Mr. Loucks. who re
signed early In the summer. He Will begin
his pastorate October 1. r n
MARSHALLTOWN Dr- Daniel A. Colll
son, a well known dentist of this city, arvd
Miss Edna A. Guilford of PlRtteville. Wis.,
are to be married In the Catholic church
of Plattevllle about the middle of October.
The date ha not yet been fixed. Dr. Colll
son's home Is In Carroll, but he has been
practicing In this city for several years.
His bride-to-be formerly taught school here.
During the Inst two years she has been
teaching in the schools of Seattle, Wash.,
and Madison, Wis.'. . .
GRINNELIy A. F. Swaney of thla city,
who yesterday attended a meeting of tne
directors of the Waterloo, Pella & South
western railroad at Pella, reports that
everything la ready for beginning, work on
the part of the line extending from the Des
Moines river to the Tama county line, and
the work is divided 'Into- six-mile sections,
wr.h contractors ready to take hold of
each of such sections. The bridge con
struction on the wntlre line Is to go to a
Kansas City -compaar 1 wttn wbqndant re
sources. Arran;ements are said to have
been made with the Wabash for the use
of their bridge over the Des Moines river.
IOWA FALLS SteVen M. Jones, one of
the founders of the first paper ever pub
lished In Franklin county, died at Hampton
the first of the week, aged 71 years. He
was born In Essex county. New York, In
18M7 and came to1 Johnson county in 1S45.
He learned the printer's - trade on the
Progressive Era. which wus then pub
lished In Cedar Rapids. Later he was em-
ployed on the Vinton Eagle. In 1859, In
compnny with a man named Bowman, ho
moved to Franklin county and established
the Record at Hampton. The paper Is
still published, the name being the Franklin
County Recorder, published by L. B. Ray
mond and I. L. Stuart. Bowman later sold
out to Jones and returned to Vinton. Jones
continued to publish the Record until 182,
when he suspended on account of the out
break of the civil war. In IfW he sold the
outfit to J. C. Whltnew. and in 1R71 was
appointed postmaster at Hampton, holding
the position for fifteen years. He had
served his town as, councilman and town
clerk several terms.
A Total Eclipse,
of the functions of stomach, liver, kid
neys and bowels, is quickly disposed of
with Electric BitUrs. 50c. Beaton Drug Co.
By using the various department of Tha
Bee Want Ad Pages you get best result
at least expense.
EVENTS ON THL at UN AlG TRACKS
three of the Foar Horse from Whlt
aey Stable Wl at Sheepahead.
SHEEPSHKAD BAY. N. Y., Sept. 10
The features of the racing al Slieepshead
Bay today were the victories of the horses
belonging to H. P. Whitney. Out of four
starters from the stable they won three
races and ran last in the other. Petticoat
won the Belle slake In a drive by a lenpth.
Trance waa the pacemaker, leading by two
length to the final furlong, when Dugan
brought Petiicoal up and won. Fasuion
Plate easily won the Waldorf stakes, six
furlongs, futurity course. In the slow time
of 1:UV He had a lead of five length at
the finish. The Brooklyn Jockey club an
nounced today that the price of admission
will be reduced to 82- The field stand will
be closed. Summary:
First raoo. the Reydel Career, all ages,
ImjO added, six and a half furlongs: Brook
dale Nymph (lu7. E. Dugan) won. Fort
Johnson (loo, Butler) second. Nimbus (115,
McDaniel) third. Time: 1:13V Liv Wire
Second race, 8-year-olds and up, non
winners la Ifcw. l&o added, mile and a
sIMeeiilh: Fancy V4. I'ptonl won. Mlaa
bam li'i. K. Dugan) second. Adoration IHU.
ROBBER FAILS TO TURN TRICK
Assault Max Wlatronb, a Grocer, bat
Latter Protect III Cash
After aseault:iig Max Wlntroub, the pro
prietor of a grocery store and meat mar
ket at 1 North Thirteenth street, and at
tempting to rob the cash drawer of the
store, cn unidentified negro for whom tho
police are now looking escaped from the
place without attainlrg the object of his
visit. The negro bought flv cent worth
of sausage and had handed Wlntroub 31.
As soon as the cash drawer was opened
the negro struck his victim a blow across
the forehead with a gas pipe" or Iron bar,
but in a tussle Over the money drawer
Wlntroub came out ahead and his assail
ant disappeared. Dr. Harris, had to take
several stitches' In the man's head, but say
that the skull was not Injured.
AB. R. H. O. A.
Shaw. If 4 0 111
Charles, 2b 4 112 5
Osteen, ss 4 0 2 4 $
Murray, rf 3 0 0( 0 0
Konetchy, lb 4 1 1 11 0
Murdock, cf 4 0 0 1 0
Byine, 3b 4 0 0 2 2
Bline, c 3 0 0 6 0
Hale. win, p 0 0 0 0 0
Bet-be, p 3 0 112
Totals 33 2 t !7 K
AB. R. H. O. A.
Torpedo Cut Engineer' Arm.
HOT SPRINGS. S. D.. Sept. 10 (Special.)
A serious accident occuired on the main
line of the Chicago & Northwe.-tern rail
way today. As the trsin was approaching
Buffalo Gap it ran over a torpedo, placed
as a signal about four mllfs south of that
station, which threw a piece of metal
striking the engineer, A. N. Cehart of
Chadron upon the forearm cutting a gash
and severing an artery. A message came
to the Springs that the man waa bleeding
to death and a special carrying Dr. Har
gans waa at one sent to Buffalo Gap. Mr.
Cehart wa brcught here and placed in the
Hargens hospital and Is reported to be out
How to Avoid Appeaaicltt.
Most victim of appendicitis are those who
are habitually constipated. Orlno Laxative
Fruit Syrup cure chronic contlpatlon by
stimulating the river and bowels, and re
tore the natural action, of th bowela
Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup doe not mu
eat or grip and la mild and pleasant to
take, Rero substitute. All druggists.
Slagle, If ....
Lvois, -O ....
eotiulte, rf ..
Chance, lb ..
Hotmail, If ..
Tinker, as ..
Brown, p ....
St. Louis 0 0
Chicago 1 3
Two-base hits: Evers. Chance,
run: Konetchy. Hits: Off Baldwin,
14 1 :
0 1-2 1
0 t 7 ,
one Inning; oir ttwue, s in eigni. innings.
Sucriflce hlta: Brown, Murray. Slol. n
base: Single. Double pluy: cyme to Os.ctn
to Konetchy. Lett oil buses: SI. Louis, 6;
Chicago, 4. Base on balls: Off Beebe, 1.
Struck out: By Baldwin, 1; by Btebe, J;
by Brown, i'. Time: 1:3-. Umpire: O'Day.
Boston Easy for Philadelphia.
BOSTON. Sept. 10. Philadelphia easily
won the deciding g.-une of tne series from
Boston, 8 to 2, today. Luttu.g Llndainun
and Dorner hard. BOvire:
AB.H.U.A.i:. AU.H.O.A E
Grant. Jb....i lit v backer, rf . . 4 ) i v 1
hnabe. 2b.... 1 t i vUruauall, It.. 4 1 t i 1
Tl'.ua, r( 2 111 B, uniout, cf. 4 I 0 0
Magee, If t 111) OMO.uo. lb.. 4 0 I 0
j uatueu, aa 4 V 1 1 I
0 libveenajr, 3b.. 4 I I 0
1 1 bowermaa, c. I 1 I I 0
) 1 Hanmreu, Jb. 3 0 I 1 u
V LlDdainaii, p. t 1 4 I 0
t 'jBatee 1 0 t,
Uuriif, s 0 0 C i
7 111)11 i
Taiala It 17 14
Batted for Undamsn in seventh.
Philadelphia 4 0 0 1 0 O 0 1 2
Boston 0 0 2 0 0 0 V 0 0 1
Two-base hltsi Magee (21, Osborne, Rower
malt, Bransfleld. Three-base hill Duolln.
Hits: Off Llndaman. 11 In seven Im4ng;
off Dorner, 4 In two Innings; oft Motjulllnn.
t In six Innings; off Currxlon, 1 In three
Inr-lngs. Sacrifice hits: Titus, McQuillan.
IK.0I111 J. Double play I Grant, Knabe and
Bransfleld. Left on bases! Phlladniihia,
7; Boston, I. Bases on ballsl Off McAJuil
len, 8; off Dorner, 1. , First baae on errwrsi
Boston. J; Philadelphia. 2. Struck ouli By
Llndaman. 2; by Currldun, L llmti 1:4V.
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