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New York Drops Two, Cubs Win and Only One Point Behind Giants. Detroit in Second Place
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATFTJDAY. SF.ITEMF.EK 190?.
REDS WIN TWO FROM GIANTS
Hew York's Lead in Pennant Race
Reduced to One Point.
ALL PITCHERS LOOK
Mrr4 and Darfcam Are Driven
' from Box In the First Game
mad MfOlnnllf la th
I -I m
ALIKE! Hummel, "b 1
Jordan, lb 4
Huron, cf 4
Mc Millan, 4
f-heehan, 3b 3
Farmer, c 3
Rucker. p 3
NEW York. PpL 3,-The Cincinnati
tam knocked out of the box at tha polo
ground today two of New York' new
pitchers and gave the local club a double
r.eaded setback, 7 to 1, and 6 to J, which,
with the other results of the day, leaves'
New York but a single point of margin
pennantwerd.. The pitchers who proved
powerless to deep down tha visitors' list of
runs were Marcjuard, the acquisition from
the Indianapolis club, who was retired from
the box In the fifth Inning of the first
game after five funs had been scored by
Cincinnati, and Durham, whose first work
In the box was of good (futility, but who
noon lost effectiveness and was relieved In
the eighth by Taylor after two more runs
had been scored by the visitors.
New York lost the second game through
Inability to connect consecutively with
Dubec's offerings, while MoGlnnJty, pitch
ing for the locals, was knoi-kedV out of the
box In the second Inning, when the visitors
crossed the plute four times. Crandall
pitched out the game. Cincinnati fielded
cleanly and at times brilliantly, while New
York's work In . the field wus far below
Its usual form. Beore, first game:
AO. H. H. O. A- K
KHne, rf .)
Kgnri, Sb 6
l.iDert, ss 3
Bescher, If 3
Hohlltsell, lb 4
1 3 27
Batted for Hayden in sixth.
Chicago 0 10 0 0
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0
Two-hmie hits: Tinker,
run: Hummel. Sacrifice
Evers, Chance. Stelnfeldt,
I StanrJina of the Tfimi I
s -nnnnw I
hits: Hay den
ley. Stolen bases: 8chulte, Chance, Kllng
kh. nnaer. uonDie piay: jiurcn to farmer,
Left on haws: Chicago, 11; Brooklyn, f
Klrst bass on balls: Off Overall, 2; off
Rucker, 8. First base on errors: Chicago,
1. Hit by pitched ball: By Rucker. 1.
Struck out: By Overall, : by Rucker. 4.
Wild pitches: Overall. 2. Time: l;l. Um
pires: Kmsile and Owen.
Phillies Pile l'p Bin Score.
PHILADELPHIA. SeDt. 26. The Phila
delphia today knocked Lush out of the box
In the first Inning- and took kindly to
Bailees pitching. They scored seven runs
in tne first Inning, finally winning by 11
NAT L LE OUE I AMER. LEAGUE.
, V L. lct I W.L.Pct.
New York. 52 .J' Cleveland ...M fti .".n
Chicago !1 M Detroit 1 SI i'O
Pltlahurg ...91 tfi .4:t Chicago 81 J .u6
Philadelphia 7 t!4 .143 Pt. Louis ..."SfiS.M
Cincinnati ..70 74 Hoston fi9 73 .4XS
Boston fSl M .4241 Philadelphia f 75 .44
Brooklyn ...4 M .SiN Washington 61 77 ,44J
Bt. Louis. ...47 9S .3'JHNew York ...47 S3 .835
National League Pittsburg at Boston,
Cincinnati at New York, Chicago at Brook
lyn, St. Louis at Philadelphia.
American League Washington at Cleve
land. Philadelphia at Detroit. Boston at St.
Louis, New 1 ork at Chicago.
to 1. Score:
Charles, 2b ..,
Murray, rf ...
Konetchy, lb ,
Osteen, ttb-ss ,
Morris, ss ....
Lush, p ,
Sal lew, p .....
Mowrey. 3b 4
1'askert, cf 4
33 7 10 27 12
Tenney, lb 4
Herzog, 2b 4 0
Bresnahan, e 1 . 0
Needham. o 1 0
Donlln, rf 3 0
heymour, cf . 4 0
Devlin, 3b 4 ' 0
Mccormick, If 4 0
Bridwell. ss 4 1
Marquard, p 1 0
Devore 0 0
Durham, p 0 0
-Barry 1 0
Taylor, p 0 0
Merkle 1 0
6 27 13
. Totals 32
Batted for Marquard In fifth.
Batted for Durham In seventh.
'Batted for Taylor In ninth.
Cincinnati 9 0 0 0 3 0 2
New York 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Two-base hit: Devlin. Three-base hits:
lxbert 2), Besoher. Hits: Off Marquard.
7 In five Innings; off Durham, 2 In two In
nings; off Taylor. 1 In two Innings. Sacri
fice hit: Bresnahan. Stolen bases: Kane,
Lobert, Beseher.- Double play: Mowrey to
Ka-an to Hoblltiell. Lett on oases: iin
cinnatl, 2: New York, lL First base on
halls: Off Marauard. 2: off Durham. 2;
off Spade, First base on errors: . New
vork. 1. Hit by Ditched ball: By Mar
quard, 1. Struck out: By Spade, 2; by Mar
qiiRrd, 1; by Durham. 8; by Taylor, 1.
r-usaed balls: Bresnahan, 1; Schlel, 1. Time:
y:". Cmplree: Klem and Johnstone.
Score, second game:
H. O. A.
Bay less, rf 6 0 0 2 1
Kgau. 2b avis
Lobert. ss 4 0 0 0 1
Bescher, If 4 12 10
HobltUeU. lb 4 1 11 0
Mowrey, b 4 110 3
l'askert, cf 3 8 14 0
McLean, C 4 0 4 0
Uubec, p 4 0 10 8
.37 S 13 n 11
A 13. R.
Hrldwell, SS 4
MoGinnlty, p-. 0
crandall, p 2
3 10 27 14
Batted for McOtnnity In second Inning.
Batted for' Crandall In the ninth.
I'lneinnatt 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 05
New York 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-3
Two base hit: Seymour. Hits: Off Mc
Glnnlty, 6 In two Innings; off Crandall, 8
In seven Innings. Stolen bases: Bescher,
fcgan. Double plays: Mowrey. Egan and
Hnhiitzell: Kevmour and Merkle. Left on
buses: Cincinnati. 7: New York. 8. First
tiiin nn errors: Cincinnati. 1. Struck out
Hv nnher. 4: bv Crandall. 1. Passed ball
Bresnahan. Time: 1:40. Umpires: Klem and
Chicago Wins From Brooklyn.
BROOKLYN, Sept. X. Chicago won to
day's name from Brooklyn by making
stronger finish. The teams fought on even
terms fur six Innings. Hummel scoring In
the first with a home run drive to deep
center and Chance getting around for Chi
caao In the second on his being hit, a stea
and Tinker's timely single. After that
Osrrall was Invincible, while Rucker weak
Carl Gale carried off first honors,
races, though not fast, were exciting,
Trotting. 2:35 class:
Princess Lock hart
Time: 2:34. 2:3i, 2:'.14.
Pacing, 2:30 class, half-mile heats:
Time: 1:094, !:(',.
Totals 80 1 B 23 10
AB. R. H. O. A.
.... 4 1112
.... 4 0 3 1 4
.... 6 2 110
.... 4 2 3 2 0
.... 4 1 3 10 0
.... 4 2 2 8 0
.... 8 1112
.... 4 11 2 1
.... S 1 0 4 4
Knabe, 2b ...
Magee, If ...
Osborne, cf ..
Jarklltsch, o ,
MoQulllen. p .
Totals 85 11 18 27 13 0
Bransfleld out; hit by batted boll.
St. Louis 1 000000 0O1
Philadelphia 7 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 11
Hits: Off Lush. 8 In one-third Innlnc: off
Bailee. 10 In seven and two-thirds Innings.
Sacrifice hits: Grant. Knabe. Stolen base:
Grant. Double plays: Grant to Knabe to
Bransfleld: Konetchy to Osteen to
Konetchy. Left on bases: St. Louis. 8:
Philadelphia. 4. Bases on balls: Off Bailee,
1: orr Mcoulllen. 1. First base on errors:
Philadelphia. 1 Hit by pitched ball: By
uusn, 1. struck: out: By Bailee, 1; by Mc-
Wumen, 1. lime: 1:32. Umpire: Kigler.
Pittsburg ad Boston Split.
BOSTON. Sept. 26. The Plttsbure and
Boston nationals divided a double-header
today, Boston winning the first game.
to 1, and the vis Mors taking the second, 6
In the first game Ferguson and Maddox
were the opposing pitchers and both per
iormea wen. 'ine nome team scored tne
first run In the second Inning- on a single
by Stem, a foul to Gibson, on which Stem
took second, and Leach's error. Bates hit
over the right field fence gave Boston the
second run. Pittsburg s only tally was the
result of an error by Dahlen, Wagner's
long single and Abbatichlo s sacrifice fly
in the second game cnappelle, who
started to pitch for the locals, was off
form and was taken out In the second, after
Pittsburg had scored three runs. Score first
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Becker, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Bates. If 8 114 0
Browne, cf 3 0 2 2 0
Stem, lb 4 1 1 10 0
Sweeney, 3b 8 0 0 4 5
Smith 3 0 0 1 8
Hannifin, 3b 3 0 0 1 4
Dahlen, ss 8 0 0 6 8
Ferguson, p 3 0 1 0 2
KVESTS sr-f TII RINSING TRACKS
DETROIT WINS BOTH CAMESfe-
Tit-eri Take Pair of Fast Contests I
.... I seas
rms and was exceedingly well
hv the faculty and bv the stu
I This has been her most successful season
as a bass ball umpire, her services having
in ennstmt demand througnout tun
ason. lurlng the season she umpired
halt games In ihre different states and In
each Instance gave entire satisfaction, both
to the competing players and the fans.
HARNESS RACES AT COLUMBUS
SUMMERS PITCHES ALL THE WAY
Philadelphia Makes Bat F.Uht Hits
Off His DellTerr la Nineteen
Innlnga Scores of Other
Totals 28 3
6 27 17
Thomas, cf ...
Wagner, ss ..
Shannon, rf .
Gibson, c ....
Maddox, p ...
Stakes at Ciravesrnd.
GRAVESEND. N. Y.. SeDt. 2. A heavy
fog hung over the Gravesend track all
ine artei noon and it was impossible 10
see the running of some of the races.
The Speculation selling stake was won by
Araxee in a hard drive by a head from
The Squire, with Monfort third. The fin
ishes in nearly all the events were close
ana exciting. Summaries:
first race, fillies, 2-year-olds and up,
selling, five and a half furlongs: Court
Lady (99, Upton) won. Obdurate (9, Mar
tin) second, Taboo (103. Schilling t third.
Time: l:u7',4. Mascarada. Clvita, Con
stellation, Belle of the Ball, Nasturtla
and Hose Beaumont also ran.
Second race, steeplechase, 4-year-olds
and up, selling, about two and a half
miles: Jlmmv Lane (148. Allen) won.
Btellan Land (182, Henderson) second,
Pirate (143. McKinney) third. Time:
4:4 7. Ramrod fell.
Third race, handicap, 8-year-olds, six
furlongs: Delirium tDU, Gilbert) won.
Besom (107, Schilling 1 second, Peter
Quince (124. Notter) third. Time: 1:09.
Sir John Johnson and Bellwether also ran.
Fourth race, the Speculation, 3-year-old
and up, selling, mile and an eighth. Ara
see (97, Sweet) won. The Squire (107, Gil
bert) second. Monfort UUt), Schilling)
third. Time: 1:63. Tony Bonero and
Marathon also ran.
Fifth race, all ages, mile and a six
teenth: Golden Pearl (103, Schilling)
won, Uowan (88. Upton) second. Durante
(116. J. Lee) third. Time: 1:46V Frank
Gill. Tourenne, Live Wire, Lad of Lang
don and Mayfleld also ran.
Sixth race, 2-year-olds, five and a half
furlongs: Etherlal (111. Notter) won,
Harlem Maid (99. F. Martin) second,
Mariana (99, Schilling) third. Time not
taken owing to the fog. Dandy Dixon and
Sententious also ran.
LEXINGTON, Ky., Sept. !4. Sum
maries: First race, five and a half furlongs,
purse: Semprontum (110, Pickens,
straight, $69.10) won, Peter Pander (110,
McUee, place, S9.86) second. Whistler
1 1 0. Glaener. show, $17.60) third. Tlmel
1:08 ft. Fabersham, Bob Daley. Mellow
Mint, Jupiter Joe, Mlque O'Brien, Joe
Hrlch. Duomo, Colonel Blue and Mlnto
Second race, one mile, selling: Lady
Ethel (104, McGee, straight, $14 86) won,
Wine Merchant (9lt, Walsh, place, $88 80)
second, Lady Vie (99, Hufnagle, show,
$7.40) third. Time: 1:42. Clifton Forge,
Kennewlck, Vansel, Carry and Danerld
also ran. ...
Third race, six furlongs: Warfleld (108,
Walsh, straight, $17) Won, Dr. Barkeley
(101. Pickens, place, $810) second. Miss
fie well (110. HelilHl show. $8.06) third.
Time: 1:04 Vi- Wheat Bread, Buena Vista
and Aspirin also ran.
Fourth race, six furlongs, selling: Al
Muller (107, Butler, straight. $7.80) won.
Financier (108, Heldel, piaue, 312.30) sec
ond. RiLcontsur Uuo. Taylor, show. $24.60)
third. Time: 1J4. Banbro, Beth Good
win. Toplofty, ftexull and Whlskbroom
Fifth race, mile and a quarter, selling:
J. IU, AlCIMlUan t'VV, VTttlHIl, Bwataiti,
$738: place. $7.86: show, $6.60) won, Dun'
vegan (97. Franklin, place, $38.46) sec
ond. Albert ii. (9tf, Uutler, show, $10.1o)
third. Time: 2:0lH- Uellevlew. Dr. Lee
Huffman, Washakl, Tlvollni and High
binder also ran,
?. Horse Falls and Rider Receives 1
gj Broken shoulder.
01 BEATRICE. Neb.. Sept- 25. (Special Tel
0 ! ejrram.) The County fair, the most BUO'
0 1 corsful of any yet held In Gage county,
0! closed this evening. In the pony running
DETROIT, Sept. 26. Summers pitched
both games for Detroit and made his rec
ord seven successive victories over riilla
phla. Detroit ran the bases In sensational
style In the first game and this, wl;h
bunched hits, decided it. The second game
was a great battle between the pitchers,
decided by Rossman's home run in the
tenth. Summers gave one hit and no passes
in the regular nine Innings. Detroit's gen
eral plsy. Bush's fielding and Schmidt's
throwing featured the game. Score, first
A.. It. H.
...8 0 0
,.. 0 0 V
..3 3 2
...4 1 2
..2 i 0
...4 1 1
...2 1 1
...3 1 1
...4 0 0
... 1 0 0
I F. 4 C.I K
Crawford, cf .
ACCIDENT AT tJKATRICH FAIR
AB. H. H.
O. A. E.
4 4 0
2 0 0
16 0 0
0 2 0
2 3 0
1 6 2
0 6 0
0 0 0
27 20 2
O. A. E.
2 3 0
2 0 0
1 0 0
16 0 1
0 1 1
0 3 0
0 4 1
0 0 0
24 16 3
Batted for Mclntyre In eighth.
Batted for Powers In ninth.
Detroit 10 0 0 0 0 1
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
Two base hits: Crawford (2). Three, basa
hit: Bush. Home run: Schmidt. Sacrifice
hits: Schmidt, Oldrlng. Baker (2). Stolen
bases: Bush, Cobb, Davis, left on bases:
Detroit ,6; Philadelphia, 8. Base on bails:
Off Summers, 8; off Kellogg, 3. First base
on errors: Detroit, 1; Philadelphia, 2.
Struck out: By Summers, 1; by Kellogg, 2.
lime: 1:40. Umpires: Evans and Hurst,
Score second game:
Jones, If ....
Bush, ss ....
Downs, 2b ....
4 30 17
AB. R. H.
Strunk, cf 8
Barr, 2b 8
Lapp, c 3
Schlltser, p 8
of P la vers Held for Neat
(ilven Ont hr Pnlllam.
NEW YORK, Sept. .-Harry C. Pul
l!am, president of the nstlonal league of
professional base ball clubs, today an
nounced that the following players have
been reserved by National league clubs
for the season of 19W:
Chicago Chance, Archer of Buffalo;
Brown. Butcher of Rtckford; Campbell,
Channell of Mansfield: Coakley. Durbln,
Evers. Fraxer. Haaerman, pitcher, Hayden
of Indianapolis; Harper. Hofman, Hownrd.
Jung, pitcher, Kllng, Kroh, Liece of Madi
son; Lundgren. Marshall, Miller of Wau
sau; Moran, Moore.i Overall, Pfelster, Reul
bach Pchulte, Shecksrd, Slagle, Stanley
of Iu1svllle; Stelnfeldt, Tinker, Walsh.
Welmer of New Castle; White of Lancas
Cincinnati Ganxel Autrey, Bayllss,
Bescher. Csmphell. Daly, Doscher, Dubec,
Ellis. Ewing. Ferguson. Gasper, Holltiell,
Muggins, Hulswltt, Kane. Lobert, Lower,
McUlliay, Mclean, Mitchell. Mowrey, O'
Toole, Paskert, Pearce, Ragan. Ralston,
Rice, Robinson, Rodgers, Rowen, Savldge,
Schlel. Slncock, Smith, Spade, 8uiHvan,
Philadelphia Barbeau of Toledo; Brans
field Brown, Clement. Corrldon, Courtney,
Covaleskl, Crist, Delnlnger, Dooin, Doolan,
Foxen, Gleason, Grant, Hanford. Jark
lltsch, Johnson, Knabe, Magee, McQul.l.m,
Moore, Moren, Osborn, Richie, She 111,
Sparks. Titus. Vandyke, Paige of Charles
tun, Pfvl of Baltimore.
Pittsburg Clarke, Abbatichlo, Absteln.
Adams, Barry, Brandon. Camnltx Esmond
of Ulmlre; Frocl, Gibson, Gill. Hystt of
Vancouver; Kane, Leach, Leever, Lelfield,
Maddox, Maier, Moeller. Nealon, Nelson,
pitcher; O'Connor, Parker, pitcher; Phelps,
Philippe, Powell, Richardson, Shannon,
bhaw, Sllton of Atlanta; Soffel of Merl
den; Starr, Storke, Sullivan, Tate of
Marlon; Thomas, Vail, Wagner, Wilson,
St. Iau!s Baldwin, Beebe. Bliss, Byrne,
Charles, Delehanty, Fromme, Galser, Gil
bert, Hlgglnbotham, Hosteller. Kerxer,
Konetchy, Ludwlg. Lush, McGlynn, Mo
Gulre, MoLaurln, Moran, Morris. Murdock,
Murray, Osteen, Raymond, Rellly, Rhodes,
Bailee, Shaw, Waller.
Boston Kelley, Ball, Bates, Beaumont,
Beck of San Francisco; Becker, Bowerman,
Boultes, Browne, Carrie Cappflle, Colea ot
Augusta; Dahlen. Donohue, Dorner, Esslck,
of Kansas City: Ferguson, Flaheity,
George of Trenton; Graham, Hannlfan,
Henderson, Hohnherst of Augusta, Linda
man. Mattern. McCarthy. McCann, Moran.
Pfefer. Pierce of Lansing, Ritchie, Simon
of Cedar Rapids, Smith, Stem, Sweeney,
Thomas, Tuckey, Young.
Brooklyn Donovan, Alperson, Bell, Ber-
f;en, Burch, Catterson, Dunn, Farmer, Fln
ayson. Holmes, Hunter, Hummel, Jordan,
Kruger, Kustus, Lennox, Lumley, Mo
loney, Mollveen, McLane, Mclntyre, Mc
Millan, Murch, Pattee, Pastorius, Rittar,
Bucker, Sheehan, Scanlon, Starnagle,
Btrlcklett, Whiting, Wilhelm.
New York McGraw, Ames, Barry,
Beecher, Bresnahan, Bridwell, Cocaah of
Springfield, 111.; Crandall. Curtis, Devlin.
levore ot ruewarK, uonnn, uayie, uurnam
of Indianapolis, Farley of Urlea, Evans of
Montreal, Fletcher of Dallas, Kuepper of
Peoria, Mathewson, Marquard, McCormlck,
McDonald, McGlnnity. McKenney of Al
toona, Merkle, Meyers, catcher; Meyers,
B., Needham, O'Hara of Baltimore, Rapp
of Meridian, Schreiber of Terre Haute,
Seymour, Snodgrass, Taylor, Tenney, Wel
mer, Wilson ot Springfield, 111.; Wlltsa.
None out when winning run scored.
Detroit 0 00000000 11
Philadelphia 0 00000000 0-0
Home run: Rossman. Sacrifice hit:
Schaefer. Double play: Summers to Downs
to Rossman. Left on bases: Detroit, 4;
Philadelphia, 1. First base on errors: De
troit, l; Philadelphia, 2. Struck out: By
Summers, 6; by Sohlitser, 1. Passed ball:
Schmidt. Time: 1:20. Umpires: Hurst and
Boston Defeats St. I.onla.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 25. Boston defeated St.
Louis In the second game of the series, 3
to 1. Four infield hits, coupled with two
errors, gave Boston three runs in the fifth.
Steele, the Boston pitcher, was hit hard
five times In the game. 8core:
Stone, If 4
T. Jones, lb 4
Lillian R, in Pint Start of Year, Win
FAST MILE BY DAN PATCH
Kin of Paeera Circles the Track
1 IBS, Three Seconds A bore Ills
Reeord Resalts of
COLUMBUS. O. rVpt. .-l.llllan R..
owned by David Shaw of Cleveland, made
her first rare start of the year this after
noon and astonished the grand circuit tsl
ent, by showing speed enough to beat Mar
garet O., the favorite. To do this. Lillian
., had to take a record of 2.0iH, the best
time made by a trotting mare this year. In
the betting she wss a strong second choice,
a porrlon of the Cleveland contingent mak
ing the play on her. Margaret O., sold at
$.t0, Lillian R.. at $42. Locust Jack St $27
and the field of two for $20.
Lillian R., won the first heat In rather
easy style from Margaret O.. which was so
full of race In the second heat that she
crowded the Cleveland mare all the way,
being separately timed In 2:. Lillian R..
was somewhat weary In the third mile,
and Early Alice, given a vigorous drive,
won the heat from her.
Just before the last heat of this sensa
tional lace, Dan Patch gave a good exhi
bition mile, but failed to reduce his record.
Hal Raven's victory In tha Hotel Hart
man consolation was a hollow one, but
Genteel H did not win the 2:12 trot with
out a struggle, in which three entries took
new marks. Raffles, the favorite, was dis
tanced In the second heat.
Fred D., was the first choice of the 2:07
pacers and made good by winning the first
two heats, lowering his record to 2:01V
Brenda Yorke won the third heat in a
whipping finish from Fred D., Harry L ,
and Eph Cinders, all being lapped with the
winner, that r-'duced her record a quarter
of a second. Summaries:
Hotel Hartmann, consolation, 2:14 pacers,
Hal Raven, b. m., by Hal B. (Snow).. Ill
Billy P.. oh. g. (Snyder) 2 2 2
The Liar, b. h. (Cares) 3 3 8
Ttme: 2:08"4, 2:0tH. 2:05"4.
Trotting, 2:12 class, three In five, purso
Genteel H., br. h., by Gambetta
Wilkes (W. McDonald) 9 18 11
Zasa. blk. m.. bv Cascade
(Payne) ' 1 2 7 2 2
Csarlna Dawson, b. m.. by Cxar
(Oeers) 6 3 1 $ 3
Judge Lee, gr. h. (Lasell) 2 6 8 4 4
Alice Edgar, b. m. (Benyon) 10
Great Medium, gr. h. (Cox) 3
Miss Prophet, br. m. (Johnson). 6
GOLFERS TO PLAY FOR A DINNER
Thirty-Two Men to a Side to Compete
nt Happy Hollow.
Two teams, of thirty-two men on a side,
will contest for the golf championship at
Happy Hollow next Saturday afternoon,
the losing side to buy the winners a dlnnei
to be served at the club house on October
8. F. 11. Gaines will captain one, team and
A. A. McClure will captain the other, and
an Interesting game Is looked for. The
Nassau system of scoring will be used and
the gume will start promptly at l:3u. Tha
following compose tne teams.
i M Id
Ran for Gibson in ninth.
Batted for Maddox in ninth.
Boston 0 1O00
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0
Home run: Bates. Sacrifice hits:
Abbatichlo. Double play: Leach to Abba
ttchlo to Storke. Left on bases: Pittsburg,
9; Boston, 6. Basea on balls: Off Ferguson,
6; off Maddox, 2. First base on errors:
Pittsburg, 4; Boston. 1. Hit by pitched ball:
Bv Maddox. Struck out: By Maddox, 1.
Time: 1:39. Umpire: O'Day.
Score, second game:
6 13 27 10
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Havden. rf 2 0 0 1 0 0
Moran 1 0 0 0 0 (I
Flagle. cf I 0 0 O 0 0
leis. lib 8 1 0 1 6 O
hulte. If 3 113 0 0
Chsnce, lb 3 3 1 13 0 0
Stelnfeldt, 3b 4 0 118 0
Becker, rf ,
Stem, lb ,
1 m - SL Vf.
PoliticB all over the, map.
Spellbinder oratory largely on tap.
Whatever pour politics, your
interest in buying clothes is to
be satisfied. The primary 6tep
in good clothes is first the fabric,
that is easy ; then the tailoring,
this is art ; which, when right
ly confined, make clothes with
' ' classy. ' ' We have that kind of
clothes, and sell them at $20 to
$40. Drop in and talk it over.
' W. T. BOUKKE,
Men's Fashion Shop,
Zia So. 16th Street
Totals 86 1 6 27
Pittsburg 1 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 08
Boston 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Two-bsse hits: Gibson, Llefleld. Hits:
Off Chappelle. 2 In two Innings; off Mc
Carthy, 10 In seven Innings. Sacrifice hits:
Lrach, Wagner, Thomas. Storke. Stolen
bases: Ieach (2). Double play: Wagner
to Stor'ne. Left on bases: Pittsburg, IS;
Boston, 12. First base on balls: Off Chap
pelle, 2; off McCarthy. 4; off Llefleld, 4.
First base on errors: Pittsburg, 2; Boston,
1. Struck out: By Uefteld. 2; by Mc
Carthy, 1. Time: 1:43. Umpire: O'Day.
TOPEKA W1S A SLUGGING MATCH
Pat Raaan la Touched l'p for Eleven
TOPEKA, Kan.. Sept. 25.-Speclal Tele
gram.) Topeka took the second game of
the series, which proved to be a slugging
match. A high wind blew throughout the
game which made good fielding almost
Impossible. F.Men dropped three files
In the seventh Inning on account of the
wind. The three pitches used In the game
mere all hit hard. A fast triple play was
pulled otr by tne locals in tne nintn, when
the bsses were filled. Score:
Topeka 0 3 0 0 0 0 5 0 -7 11
Omaha 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 11
Batteries: Topeka, Hagerman and Do ran ;
Omaha, itagan ana lionuing.
smith Retains Position.
IOWA CITY. Is.. Sept. 25. (Special.)
Prof. A. G. Smith, for many years tne Iowa
representative on the conference committee.
will not resign this fall from his position
either on the conference committee or na
chairman of the board In control of ath
letics. President George B. Maclean has
relieved Prof. Smith from all committee
work in the faculty, which allows him to
coutinue In the present position.
Races at Out toeaty Fair.
BEATRICE, Neb.. Sept. 26 (Special )-
Nearly 4.UU0 people attended the fair here
yesterday afternoon. Before the races In
the afternoon a grand parade was held. In
which tha live stock on the grounds partici
pated. It was a fine exhibition and showed
that the farmers of Gage county have
learned that It pays to raise only the beat
stock. Tna blue ribbon for the best driv
lng team was awarded to Charles Utsvsns
of Lincoln townsn.p. in tha roadster class
race the animal ridden by Chester Cal
kins of this city stumbled and leu, tnrow
ing the rider. Calkins received a broken
shouldur and was trfidly cut and bruised
about the head. Three other riders fell
In a heap, but they escaped injuries. Un
account of the accident the race was de
clared off. Summary of races;
Free for all pace:
Prince McGregor 3 3 3
Red Harry 3 4dr
Lowell 4 3 8
Med ford, (Vincent) Ill
Tune; 2:18; 2:10; 2;Z1.
Princess Lockhart 4 8 8
Oladola 3 2 3
Countess R 3 4 4
Time: 2:26; 2J8.
WITH THE) BOWLERS.
In the league game of tenpins on the
Association alleys last night between the
Stora Triumphs and the Chancellors, ths
former won three games and total pins,
their total pins being the sama as the
Gale Cltys' the opening night, 8,604. While
there was a difference of 146 pins In the
totals, the last two games were rolled lie
In the tenth frame, but in the roll off the
Triumphs won. This Is very .unusual,
something that never occurred in a leaguo
game before in the city. Frush of the
Chancellor team had high single game
and Johnson blah total. The Onlmods
against Jetters Gold Tops tonight. Boore;
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Frltacher 182 167 128 461
Johnson 300 160 166 666
Zimmerman 166 163 182 493
C. J. Francisco 1K7 104 170 601
Anderson 2o0 157 11 648
Totals 90S 623 836 3,54
West J 143
823 836 2.418
Last night on the Metropolitan alleys the
Birmingham Steel Kangu company team
took the Kelley & Heydun team down the
line for three straight games, the last game
being In doubt until the last frame. Drink
water took all honors for his team, with
680 for total and 222 for single. Jennings
had high total and single frame for l.ls
team, with 201 for single and 600 for total
BIRMINGHAM STEEL RANGE CO.
Spencer, c ...
Powell, d ....
Totals 32 1
Lord. 3b ..
gt&hl. lb ..
Crlger, c ...
Steele, p ,.
H. O. A. E.
0 3 0 0
0 8 0 0
0 2 0 0
14 0 1
0 16 0
18 0 0
0 0 2 0
10 0 0
0 0 10
6 27 11 2
H. O. A. E.
0 4 0 0
14 0 0
12 0 0
2 8 6 0
1 10 0 0
0 0 2 0
8 27 12 1
F. H. Gaines.
F. A. bw?eley,
H. E. Mllllken,
Joe Wright. Jr.,
C. C. George,
W. E. Snafer,
C. W. Kussell,
E. E. Kimberly,
F. 11. Garvin,
T. H. VanOstrand,
A. AV. Clark.
J. W. Conley,
W. P. Durkee,
W. C. Lvle,
B. W. Tandy,
J. H. Royce.
F. J. Hughes,
J. R. Webster.
J. E, George,
H. B. Lemere,
A. T. Austin.
D. M. EdKerly,
A. R. Wells,
W. L. Selby.
R. C. Peters.
Crlss batted for Powell in eighth.
St. Louis 0 0000001 0-1
Boston 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 03
Two-base hits: Cravath, Gessler, Spencer.
Hits: Off Powell, 7 In eight Innings: off
Pelty, 1 in one Inning. Double plays: Wal
lace to Williams to T. Jones: Hartsell to
T. Jones. Left on bases: St. Louis. 6; Bos
ton, 4. Bases on balls: Off Powell, .1; off
Steele, L Struck out: By Powell, 6; by
Steele, 1. Time: 1:33. Umpires: Kerln and
Senators Defeat Napa.
CLEVELAND, Sept. .-Washington
again defeated Cleveland today. Wltherup
pitched great ball, especially' with men on
bases, and fanned eight. Chech was even
more effective than Wltherup up to tho
ninth Inning, when he weakened. Then
five hits, errors by Chech and Goods and
Bradley's error of Judgment resulted in
five runs for Washington. Score:
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
.. 3 0 0 0 0
A. A. McClure,
C. H. Miner,
S. Kees, Jr.,
E. A. Nordstrom,
F. H. Brown,
L. J. Nedd,
John Bai tlett
C. I. Anderson,
W. S. Hillis,
C. J. Lyon,
F. L. Loveland,
R. S. Hyde.
H. E. Burnam,
R. W. Havward,
C. S. Hayward,
T. C. Havens,
C. I. Bowman,
G. E. Carpenter,
A. J. Cooley.
W. P. Conklln.
A. A. McBride.
E. A. Benson,
H. K. Burket.
R. A. Flnley,
Peter Balta, br. g. (Snow) 7
Mllham. b. g. (Douglas) 8
Todd Allerton, b. h. (Wilson). ...11 10 10
Raffles, blk. g. (Burgess) 4 dls
Vandetta, br. h. (McCarthy). ...18 dls
Reuben S., ch. h. (Nuokols) dls
Time: 2:07W. 2:08V. 2:09. 2:0B. 2:124
Pacing, 2:07 class, three heats, purse 81,200:
Fred Ii.. sr. sr.. hv Dr. Douclass
Brenda Yorke. b. m.. by Moko
(Nuckols) 3 4 1
Islnets, b. m. (Loomls) 4 2 7
Eph Cinders, so. g. (Crist) 3 3 4
Harry. L., b. g. (McGrath) 8 8 3
Richard Grattan. blk. g. (Putman)... 6 6 6
Spill, b. g. (TBylor) u T 6 5
Queen Pomona, b. m. (Wall) 8 7 9
Arthur J., b. g. (McDevltte) 9 9 8
Time: 2:04. 2.-06, 2;06H-
Trotting, 2:07 elass, three heats, purse
Lillian R., b. m., by J. T. (McDevltte) 113
Early Alice, b. m., by Ertrlv Hesper
(Tsvlort 3 3 1
Margaret O, b. m. tl'nvl! 2 2 h
locust Jack, gr. g. tMcllenrv) 8 4 3
WHtson. so g tl.oonusi 4 8 4
'lime: 2:.V. iHt. 2 :-,.
Pacing, spt'cml, to beat 1:6s:
I 'nn Patch, br. h., by Joe Patchen
Time by quartets: 0:2. 0:t. I:27Vi. 1:.V.
NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY
Qoalnt and Cnrlona Feat ores of Life
In at Hapldlr Growing;
Must Po n Editor What do you thinly
t.f a fellow who would rivet a section onto
a mower sickle upsldo down and never no.
tloe the difference. We won't tell his name
this time Carleton leader.
A Wonder Al Pvtlt has certainly tackled
enrAigh lines of business to puiale J. Pier
point Rockefeller. From printer to rsll-
roader, from rsllroader to drayman, from
drayman to printer, from printer to real
estate, and the latest move Is writing life
Insurance. Well, hope you work up a lu
crative trade. Eustlce News.
loone Seedar letter-Deer mister editor
1 gens He rite a gin beln as I haint been
very regular In a rlten we R a still a haven
wither equal 2 that uv th garden spot uv
eden tha hev got a bran nue deal up In
ulst. no 78 they r a goen 2 put th skule
house on skids an hitch the big steam roller
2 It to move It from house 2 house whar th.i
gift lots o kids tho krew konslsts uv a fire
man engineer 2 konductoers an a brskey
all tha ned yet 3 make th krue kompleat
is a pilot an tha got him spotted sum of
th laws fellers got a loone seedar water
melon patch tother night an pon my word
If tha didn't make a mistake an git pi
melllons in strwd uv water melons It tickled
th owner uv em to deth but goeh heas
wife wus gist fttten mad th korn on loone
sedar looks like 16 frosts hes a hit It Jense
stall Is a tlireshen on loone seedar he
threshed las Saturday an pulled 2 mile set
twice quit at 6 o'clock never begun till .2
an got 200 bu I tell u It dont take that feller
all da to turn around he got dun 1 sett eh
pulled to another mile an wus a runnen a
fire In 7 mlnlte hows that wuddent that Jar
you. Stockvllle Republican Faker.
KRLLOOG, IA., HAS A BAD FIRE
Grlaaell and Newton Fire Depart
ments Asked for Aid.
ORINNEHJ-a la.. Bnfi.. 26. (Special Tele
gram. ) Fire broke out at Kellogg, la.,
about 4 o'clock this afternoon and soon got
beyond control of the local fire force. The
Newton and Grlnnoll fire departments were
called, but were unable to reach Kellogg
In time to prevent the destruction of the
entire business block on the east side of
Main street. The Qrinnall steamer proved
the only thing of any use aftr the city
water gmve out and the railroad supply was
Bobseln's general merchandise store and
stock and opera house are a total loss. Tha
brlok bank on the south rnrt of the block
and the Kellogg Tribune outfit above are
probably a complete loss. The livery barn
east of the bank is a total loss, but tha
horses were saved. The loss will not be
less than $100,000.
The fire started In the llvury barn and
Is supposed to have caught from some
burning trash in the street nearby. Af 9
o'clock tonight the Qrlnnell fire steamer
was stIU playing upon the burning bank.
v vj": 4 -A", 1
NEW FLAT BUILDING
2716-2712 Jackson Street
York Foot Ball Crew at Work.
V hrdiu rdlu rdlu dluuuu
YORK, Neb., Sept. 25 -(Special. )-Thii ty
elght high school students lined up and
are working to get on the York high school
foot ball team. Out of this material and
with the old members returning, coach
Brown says that on paper York will have
a stronger and better team than any of
the many foot ball teams -that have won
Halfback In Critical Condition.
WATERRURY, Conn., Sept. 25 Wilfred
Balthazer Martin, halfback of the Water
bury High school foot ball team, is in a
serious condition as the result of an in
Jury to his spinal column during a prac
tice game of foot ball yesterday. The
body Is paralyzed from the shoulders down.
K - -t-.- i
- v- A i
Chech, p 3
KERMIT ROOSEVELT GOES EAST
Pnts In Several Days Hunting; on tho
Cheyenne River Reserva
tion. PIEF.RE. S. D.. Sept. 35. (Special Tele
gram.) Seth Bullock, Kermlt RooBevelt and
party arrived here this evening from their
;i:unt west of the river and go east tomorrow
I afternoon. They have been out since Sun
day and visited several Indian camps on the
Cheyenne river reservation, but were com
pelled under the regulations to go south of
the Cheyenne river to do their hunting,
putting In most of their time along Plum
1 creek. They visited the Phillip buffalo herd
7 27 18
1st. 2d. td. Total.
Keyt lw 172 151 48
Lansing 174 166 121 4no
Oernandt 121 178 133 4.12
Drlnkwater H9 199 222 6K0
Martin 154 lb 157 6o0
Totals. 773 893 764 2,150
KELLEY ft HETDEN.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Collins 135 laS 1M 41
Jennings 1-3 176 301 b")
Kalnes 140 167 170 477
Oustavson 130 18 161 449
Punkerson lil 1M K 3&8
Totals 690 776 764 2.230
Chooalnc Foot Ball Officials.
IOWA CITY. la.. Sept. 26-(Speclal.)-Prof
A G. Smith, Iowa a representative on
the conference committee, leaves tonight
for Chicago to aid in the selection of a list
of approved foot ball officials for the com
ing foot ball season With Prof. T. F.
Moran of Purdue university and a third
member to be appointed by A. A. Stagg, a
conference will be held In the Auditorium
hotel Saturday. Each member of the Bl
bight has submitted a list of officials a
the foregoing committee wiM go over these
lists and compile a final IJ'Jfrom which
the conference schools muiTr'aw this fall.
The final list will be published a week
after tomorrow's conference. The choosing
of officials will be the only business trans
acted by ths committee.
Wltherup, p j.
8 27 12
Batted for Chech In the ninth.
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
First bate on errors: Washington, 1.
Two-base hits: Bradley, McBride. bacriflce
hits: btreev. Picketing. Stolen basea:
Hlnchman, lllrmlnghain. Double pluy:
Clymer to McUride to Freeman. First buse
on balls: Off Wnlierup. 3. Left on buses:
Cleveland, 8; Washington, 2. Struck out:
By Chech. 1; by Wltherup, 8. Time; 1.13.
Umpires: Sheridan and Kpan.
Woman Aets as I in sire,
PlOUX FALLS. 8. !.. ff t. 1. r'l)
During a recent game of base ball be
tween the teams of Hudson and Fairview.
Miss Amanda Clement of Hudson, who has
gained national fame because of her ability
as a base ball umpire, demonstrated that
she also has ability as a player.
She played first base for Hudson. During
the game she secured one hit. stole second
and third, and would have scored but for a
fluke by the batter who followed her.
Miss Clement hss decided to take a course
of physical training at the University of
Nebraska at Lincoln and perfect herself in
a number of studies also. Miss Clement
was physical director at Yankton college
Chicago Trtbnne Prints Facsimiles ot
Documents signed by Governor.
CHICAGO. Sept. 26,-The Tribune today
publishes a story with what purports to
be fac similes of documents showing that
Governor C. N. Haskell of Oklahoma was
the prime mover of and a charter member
of the' Citizens' alliance, alleged to have
been a secret society organized for the
purpose of fighting the demands of union
labor In Muskogee, Okl., three years ago.
Governor Haskell recently denied that th
Cltlsens' alliance had ever been organized.
The documents presented by the Trlbun
purport to show the signature of C. N.
Haskell attached to r petition for mem
bership and to a set of resolutions. Th
resolutions sre alleged to have been ad
dressed to working-men to "discourage
fanaticism of trades unionism" as It ex
isted at Murkogee. They are represented
as stating that "the laborers through their
unions and backed by a central trade
union are becoming Intolerable," and "the
price of labor Is being constantly advanced
to a prohibitive standard by these labor
The story further states that tha alliance
was formed In Mr. Haskell' building, ths
headquarters of an Indlanola contracting
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completed. Has reception hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen, rear en
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floors, excepting In kitchen; maple floors, oak stairs, second floor has
4 good bed rooms and bath, with tile floors, high grade plumbing and
heating throughout, cement porch floorB aud steps, and tile roof porch,
cement walks all around. 54 feet south front lot.
This property Is in walking distance downtown, and In good local
ity. Paving in front, and paid. It is vury seldom that you can get the
opportunity to buy such desirable property at such a low price.
Will take 15,500 caen, balance, long time. Don't overlook this
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From I'ulon Station.
At Four Forty P. M.
7:25 A. M.
OR AT SIX TEN, P. M.
8:40 A. M.
Electric lighted drawing room
sleeping cars, chair cars and ob
servation cars. A U carta
dining car service.
13 28 Farnam St.
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