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THE BEE: OMAHA, TIirRSDAr. ALUUKT
Omaha Defeats Lincoln: Cubs Win and the Pirates Lose; Senators Take a Pair From the Naps
OMAHA WINS FROM LINCOLN
Victory Due Largely to Lower's Fine j
Work in the Box.
CLEAN HITTEfG BY ROURKES
Fnar Bun la Third r cared nn
Tnn Passes and Three lilt
In One ftlorlnns
LINCOLN. Aug .4. The Link dropped
the first gam of the series to Omaha today
by a S to 1 score, rhlefly because of low
er's fine pitching. Omaha won In the third
Inning, when Johnson paused two batsmen
and wa touched for three hits. Including
a triple by Welch, four mna scoring. Ho-gr-lever's
error gave Fisher two base In
the ninth, and a sacrifice and an out scored
Omaha's fifth run. Lower was In grand
form until the final Inning, when three
walks and. hit sandwiched let Gagnler
to the plate with Lincoln's only. run.
r.ddie I'relghtnn. an' Omaha amateur,
aught a fine game for Lincoln. Sullivan
and Macon both being on the hospital roll.
Paul l'avidon. a brother of the Lincoln
pn'rr fielder, Joined the Omaha club today.
AR ft. H O A K
3h f. 0
ToibI 32 1 5 17 10
A B. n. H. O. A
.... 4 2 110
...a l l a 3
... a 1 0 3 2
.... 4 114 0
...4 0 8 10 0
.... 4 0 0 11
... 0 1 3 0
... 4 0 0 0 R
S -hlpke, 3h.,..
Low er, ' p
Lincoln ,..0 0
omaha 0 0
0 0 0
4 0 0
Three-bass hit: Welch.
Waldron. Fisher. Pendrv
Fisher. Kane. King. Sacrifice hits: Gag
tier. Pendrv. Davidson. Struck out: By
Johnson. 6; bv Lower. 8. Bases on balls:
off .lohtison. fi: off Lower. 4. Tilt with
pitched ball; Bv Johnson. 1. Wild pitch:
Lower. Time: 2:10. I'mplra: Clark.
I mplre Glenaleln tttempts In Pnnch
Fnce of Pan Who Boasted Htm.
DKS MOINES, la.. Aug. 4 Des Moines
outplayed Sioux City by a wide margin
In the first game of the critical series,
winning by the score of 10 to 4. Only two
hits were made off Miller until the eighth
Inning, one of them being Edmondson's
home run swat to the left field f.nee.
Des Molnea played en errorleas game In
the field, while the Champions let the ball
slip away v from them In the Infield like
a lot of school boya at times. The batting
of Bader and Dwyer was the big factors
in the offense of the. Dps Moines team.
All three of the hits made by Barter
brought In runs and Dwyer's three-bagger
wa at an opportune time. The game was
marked by fight In the grandstand and
the effort of Umpire Olenalvin to get at
fan in .the grandstand "to. punch his
face off.", Score:' ,
.' nrcs MoiNEs.
' 1 ah n it it r
Palton. rf ..,.'.;:..,, 3 ' J ' 2 0
Colllgan. ii,..j,...,;.L 0 .1 3 1
Bader. if 2 3 3 o
Maftlck. cf 4 2 I 1 0
Dwver lb ..".'.:......:. ' - T 'HO
Nlehoff. .1h 5 1 1 0 2
Williams.. 2J 4.. o 1. 3. . 2
Law la, c ,. J. 1 I 10 1
Miller. ;p .,..,... J O 0 0 0
Totals 34 10 13 27
; Aft. R. It. O. A.
Smith, as 3 0 0 0 2
Andreas, 2h 3 0 0 2 1
Towne. c 4 0 0 r 0
Welch, Jb 4 0 1 1 1
F.dmondson. cf 4 1 1 3 0
Hunter, lb 4 119 0
Campbell. If a 1 1 . 1 ' 0
Stovall. if 3 0 0 3 0
Chabek, p 4 110 6
Total ........ i...S2 4 5 24
lea Molnea 3 0 0 2 0 4 0 1
Sioux City 010000030-
Mattlck. Dwver. Hun-
ter. Hojnr nin:
Rdmondson First h
on balls: OCT Miller, 3; off Chabek. 8.
Hit by pitched balb Andrea. Passed
ball: Lwl. Struck out: By Miller. 10:
by Chabek, H Stolen bases: Daltnn (2).
Pader. ..Sanlflctt hit; Colligan (2), Dwyer
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Standing of the Teams
WkST LEA Of K. AMEK. ASSN.
. .. ... ,.r i-i Milwaukee . . HW otn
'""" ni " "l Louisville '....Mol.ol
''n)'r 4"'4' -W' Columbus ....MM ..00
""nit" 47 47 ..Vol St. Paul S2&3.4
Tnpekn. 42 47 .4.2 Kansas City . 4 64 .4T
Pueblo in &1 Toledo 60 M ,4T1
Lincoln 34 SO w;',Inrflanpolls .48 .43(1
AMKR. LEAGUE. ' NAT. L&AOl'K
Detroit f2 3 .6Vt Plttnburg '.. . .05 3 714
Philadelphia . 3 .004 Chicago
81 30 .tTT'l
tf 44 FiMiNew Vork... .52 .F.9
fil 46 .."uVCinclnnau ."...4 M ..V)0
48 48 .Mi Philadelphia .41 Rl .44f.
4.1 ol .4.VtSt. Loul......WM 4iU
ft. Iouls . ..41 M 4T. Brooklyn .....34M.270
Washington 70 .2St.J Boston 27.2M)
Western league Omaha at Lincoln,
Sioux Ctiy at lies Molnea. Wichita at Den
ver. Tnpeka at Pueblo.
National League Boston at Chicago,
Brooklyn at Pittsburg. New York at Cin
cinnati. Philadelphia at St. Louis.
American League-M.'hlrag) at Philadel
phia. St. Louis at New Vork, Detroit at
Boston. Cleveland at Washington;
American AsxoclHllon lndlhtipnll at
Milwaukee; Toledo at Minneapolis; Colum
bus at St. Paul; Louisville at Kansas City.
Lewis. Miller. Left fin bases: Dee Moines,
8; Sioux City, 4. Time: 2:15. Umpire;
Olrnalvin. Attendance. 1,000.
I)K V i;r
Ten II Ma.
DKNVER. Colo.. Aug. 4. Wichita bat
ters won today's game and then Wichita
pitchers gave It away. Little devolved
upon the Denver batters, who awoke late
and cinched It. The wlldness of Shaner
was really responsible for the Denver vlc-
0 1 lory, although hard hitting of Bn-tinan a
oeiivery m the eighth was the final win
ning circumstance. Maag was at the plate
five times, being given his base four times
and making one till and scoring a run
each time. Casaady'a catching In the out
field was a featu. Denver made two
runs In the first on a base on balls to
Maag and two lilts. It made two more
In the third when a base on balls to Maag I
as ronoweti ny two more to others and
a hit. In the four'th Inning Uohannon
was hatted for five lilts In a row, giving
Wichita four earned runs. When the "first
batter in the fifth made a three-bagger
Bohannon want to the barn. Wasson did
not last the inning out. a base on balls,
single, a home run and a three-bagger
sounding his knell. Then Olmstead went
In and held the Kansatia pretty well In
line. Denver got four runs. In the, fifth,
two of these being forced over the plate
by bases on halls. In the eighth Maag
opened with a single. Belden followed
w ith a three-b igger. 'assail y struck out.
Jones was given his base. Lindsay made
a single and Stankard a two-bagger. That
decided It. The score'
A B. K.
Maag. 3b 1
Melnen, If 4 2
Cassady. if 4 1
Jones, cf , 2
Lindsay, lb 4 t
Stankard, 2b...: 8 u
Mailman, s 6 0
Haas, c 4 0
Bohannon, p 1 0
W axson, p 0 , t)
Ulmstea, p 3 0
Totals 31 13
II. O. A. K.
2 10 0
X 8 1 U
12 0 0
2 11 1 0
18 4 1
11 8 0 0
0 0 0 0
1 1 0
10 27 12 2
H. O. A. K.
1 S 0 0
2 2 4 0
0 7 0 0
2 8 2 0
3 3 10
2 1 0.0
2 5 2 0
10 0 0
0 0 0 0
10 0 0
15 24 10 0
Uaited In ninth for Biennan.
t'enver 2 0 2 0 4 1 0 4 13
wicnna 0 u 0 4 5 1 1 V 011
Two-baae hits: Jones, Shaner, Caaaadv,
White, stankard. Ibree-baa hJLa: Hushes
. j Weaver. MelUen. Home run: Pettlgrew.
v 1 Stolen bast: caa. 1 y. Maag, Hughe. Sac
I rifle hit: Shaner, .jones. nasee on bails:
E. Off Bohannon. 2; orr wasson, 1; off Olm-
l'sted. 1; uU Shaner. ; off Biennan, 3.
3! Struck out: By tllnisted, 1; by Shaner, 3;
0 ! by Miennaii. 2. Left on hasea: Denver 7;
0 1 Wlchlia, J. PaHsed ball: liaaa. Time: 2:36.
0 ' Umpire; Haskell. .
o'lMIA. OITCLASS TOfKKA NINE
Jackson Pitches Good (same for
Poeblo and lapport F.rrorleaa
Pl'KBLO. Aug. 4.-WIH1 Jackson pitch
ing and given errorless support, Toprka was
outclassed In the flrsi t,auie of tne aerie
and defeated by a core of to 1. After the
second inning Harris was hit hard, most
of the local hit going for extra base
The feature vera the hitting of Miller and
Spencer. Both (ectired home runs, and or
econl "me thi aeaion Miller put the
ball over the center field fence. A has
on balls resulted In Topeka only tally.
The visitors' train waa late and the game
did not sijrt until 4:45, although It was
one of the quickest played of the season.
AB, R. H. O. A. E.
ooley. cr 4 0
4 0 1 2 0 0
(leler, rf 0
Kunkle, 8b 4 u
Fenlon, If 4 0
Kahl, 2b 4 u
Henry, c 4 0
Abbott, lb 2 1
Anderson, as 2 0
Harris, p l 0
Totals m ' l
Curtl. If 2 2
Spencer, cf 3 1
t lrk, lb 4 I, n
Miller, if 4 I
Corhan, rs t v u
Walter. 2b 4 1 2
Prltchett, 3b 4 11
Mltxe, c 4 2 1
Jackson, p. 4 0 0
Pueblo 1 0 1
Topeka 0 0.1
Stolen bases: Mltxe, 2.
Miller, Spencer, Walters.
base hit: Prltchett. Double play: Wal
ter to Corhan. Home run: Miller. Spen
cer. Sacrifice hit: Anderson, Spencer.
Corhan. Struck out: By Jackson. 3: by
Harris, 3. Bases on balls: Off Jackson. 3;
off Harris. 2. Tima of game: 1:26. At
tendance: 660. empire: Mullen.
FORT ( HOOK DKFK 4.TS AI.I.-8TARS
Oiuahaaa tihol Oat by Infantry Mat
la (Sanaa at Fort.
The Sixteenth Infantry nine beat the All
Stare. 4 to 0. In a good gma on the aol
diers' diamond. The fielding of Quigley of
the vlMitora and Wallers' throwing to sec
ond were noteworthy. Score:
INFANTRY. AU, STABi
B.H O A g B.H. O.A.K.
riaiar, r . . . J I IP kail). U 4 1 1 1
wnna. : a . . I a w 1 i an, b I Ilia
Ui-lgley. 3b . 1 1 1 1 Trab'4g. aa.l I I t 1
M.Qua.U, lb. t 1 I 4 0Ko. II 4 '. ' ' 0 (I
Murphy. cl...4 0 1 0 dllukaj. rt....l 0 1 0
Waller, r I 1 T 4 OPraaanaa, If. J 1 A o
( urran. aa ..4 I 2,-1 0Qullr, Ik... IX 0 a
pauldln. If. I 0 0 1 Ot'aaeiay. cf.,. t t 3 1
nih. p t I 1 Ollaniltuu. p.. 1 I 1 4 0
TmaU H I St II I Totala It T 14 14 "l
Infantry 0 1 0 1 1 0 t
All-Slai ... t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stolen base: jSpauldlng. Sacrifice hit
White i2i. Double play: gulgley to Spauid
ing. I'mplre: Calrna.
Waltalll Defeats Wayae.
WAT NR. Neb.. Aug. 4 -tSpeclal Tele
gram.) A large audience wltneaeed a hall
game at the Wayne diamond tola afternoon
oetween the wavne and Walthlll Indian
rluba. hlch resulted in a victory of t to 4
in faor of the latter, fteore: V--
Walthill 1,4 2 0 0 1 0-j
Wayne 0 0 0 0 i 0 04
Batteries: Wayne, Skeen and Sana; Walt
hilt. Hamilton and Kelberg.
Another game will be plaved at 3:30 to
morruw afternoon on the Wayne diamond
by the earn club.
tlnaworlk Take (iaaae.
A INS WORTH. Neb., Aug 4,-iSpeciai
Telegiam.i-Ainaworih defeated the faai
Craw foid ball team her today bv the ror
of ( to 2 Ainaworih. ouKIed Ita nppon
ent. but the plalng at Umea ma eyre-
tacular. Batterlei: Alnsworth, Sawyer
no vtaKeman; ( ram ford, Wllsna and
nurns lilts: Alnsworth. ; Crawford, .
mrucit out: By Sawyers. K. by Wllaon, I
!E IN THE AMKRKAX MC4GI R
Detroit anal Roatna Break Even la a
BOSTON. Aug. 4 -Detroit and Boston
broke even In a double-header before more
than 2S.W10 spectators today, the visitor
winning the first game. 10 to 8. and the
home team getting the victory in the sec
ond contest. J to 1. Detroit batted hard In
the first game, securing eighteen hlta and
knocking two pitcher out of the box. The
second game was a pitcher' battle. Boston
winning by bunching hit In tha fourth In
ning. Karger was very effective with the
bases occupied. Manager Lake and Lord
were put off the field In the flrat game for
disputing a decision. Score, first game:
0 t 0 I
1 t I t
4 I 0 n
1 I 0 0
0 t 4
1 I t 0
0 10 4
0 9 10
0 0 0 0
o 0 n t
t obb. rl
t I V lisiiea. If ....
1 1 flLor!. Ib
4 10 sper, el .
I M v i(l.Mlr. rf..,
II 'W'imr, .
I 1 rrnrh. 2b ..
t Ot'irrlitit. c .
Mnrtiritr, Jt. I
O l.r. 2b.. b
Elana, c 4
"peer, p I
Mdi1en. c. .
It 111" I 1 Sfhlllrsr. p.
batted for Schlitier In aecund
Detroit 1 1 1 0 1 4 0 2 0-10
Bosion l luuoiwuo a
t v o-base hlls: Craw ford. Cobb (2).
O'Lear), Kiahl. .Spefr. busn. Hits: Utf
Hcniiixt-r. 4 in two innings; off Wolter. 14
in six inning. Stoien bases: Lora, Uess
ler, Cobb i). Mush (2i. Double piuys: Ixird
to French to sianl; O'Leary tu Knsemaii.
Left on bases: Detroit. 111. rioston. o. Bases
on bans: otf Sclilltxer, 2: oil Speer. 1; off
Wolter, 2; off Noure, 1. Struck out: My
,chHtxer, 1; by Speer. 1; by Wolter, 1; rrf
oiitsf, I. Time: 1;66. L'mplrea: Connolly
core, second game:
B.H. O A B. B.H.O.A g.
Ml, ib ...
1 1 JMclntrr.
0 I V OBuab, a..
1 1 ftt ravtord,
10 0 UCobb, rf..
W agner, as. .
Si.nl. lb ...
Krant k. b. .
0 4 10 Rom man.
0 10 1 Morlarltr. it. 4
via OU Leary, .b . 4'
1 I Oftanaia. a..., 4
0 0 3 1 Donovan, p. .. I
Totala I 17 14 4
Toiala 11 : 14 I 0
Baited for Donovan In ninth.
Detroit 0 0 0 1 0 0 V 01
tfuston u 0 1 1 0 0 II 0 2
Two-base hit: Carrlgan, Speaker, (Jess
ler. Sacrifice fly: IMies. baenfice hlU;
Katger, Crawford, Donovan. Stolen bases:
speaKfr t agntir. Lert on bases: Detroit,
8; Boston, 4. Klrst base on balls: Oir Don
ovan, 2; off Karger, 1. First base on er,,.
I'etrou, o. Jut by pitchea ball: iMlts.
tiuuiK out: Hy Donovan, 6; by Karger, 3.
'l ime: 1.2i. L inplres; tgan and Connolly.
Kenatora Win Both Uamea.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. Washington won
bum aauies of tuoa.. aouble-neuuer from
Cleveland, 1 to 0 and to 0. Detehanty's
tty. wntcn Flick loet In the aun, went tor
two bases and resulted In the run thai won
the tirst game. Mugnes lasted one Inning
of the second game, nut Obetiin waa a big
puxxl thereat ter. while Hoolea w as nu
timely ana was given poor support, bcore,
first game: ,
B.H O. A t. B H O A C
Brnnna, rf...i 1 1 0 uOootr. rf I 10 0 0
Milan, If i 0 10 usiovall, lb... 4 0 11 1 u
l'niaub. lb . 4 Oil ttrhrk. cf I I 8 0 (I
l.nanij. 2b I 2 1 3 OLalole, tb.... 0 0 4
Lallrelt, cf... I 1 0 UHlncbman, 1(4 1 11
lonroy. 3b ... II 1 1 0 eclarke. c 4 111
MrBrltfa, ia . 1 I I 4 OPcrrln. Ib...l 0 1 4 0
treat, c 1 0 10 1 ORall, aa 3 0 3 1
Johnaon, p. , i 0 1 I OJoaa, p .1 0 2 10
Tola la 19 t 21 10 0 Tnlala Sit I !l XI i
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 '
Cleveland 0 U 0 0 u 0 0 U 0 o
Two-base hits: Ooode, Delehamy. Sacri
fice hit: Milan. Stolen bases: cioode, Bali.
Lert on bases: Washington, 6; Cleveland,
i. Bases on balls: uff Johnson, 2; off joss,
1. Bases on errors: Washington. 1. Hit by
pitched ball: By Johnson, 2. Struck out:
My Jopnson, 8; by Joss, 1. Wild pitch:
Johnson. Time: 1:20. implies: neiin and
score, second game;
Brown, rf . . . 4
0 (lOooda. rf. ..
0 (Mlovall. lb..
1 fllck. cf
Milan. -If 1
t naiaub. lb . 4
Dalehanty. tb 8
Illvalt, ct... 3
Conroy, lb 1
4 1 Lajola. 2b...
. '. 0
1 iil'larka, c...
i OPvrrlnx. tb.
I OBall. aa
1 OBoolaa, 9...
1 USlilon. p ...
.21 t It 11 l'Kaaterly ..
Butted for Boole In eighth.
Batted, for Sltton In ninth.
Washington 0 0 2 0 0
Cleveland 1 0 0 0 0
.13 t 14 11 8
0 4 0 -6
0 0 1 0
Two-bfiMA bits: l.atoi Brown Throw-
base hit: Delehanty. Hlta: Off Boolea.
in nine inning; on cniion. u in on inning;
on nugnes, z in one inning; on uuerlin, i
In eight Innings. Sacrifice hit: 8tovall.
Stolen baset: Browne, Milan, Unglaub.
Delehanty, Lellvelt. Conroy. Double plays:
Conroy to Delehanty to L'oglaub. Ball to
Lalole, Ball to Stovall. Left on base
Washington. 6; Cleveland, 7. Bases on
erroia: Washington, 1. Hit by pitched ball:
By Oberlln. 1. Struck out: By Oberlln. 2;
by Boole, 1. Time: 1:40. Umpire: Kvana
ana tier in.
At Philadelphia Chlcago-Phlladelphlg,
two game postponed; rain.
At New Tork New York-St. Loula game
gprlngfleld Defeat Blooralagton In
SPRINGFIELD, Aug. 4 Springfield won
both gamea of a double header today,
Rloomington b?lng unable to score in
either contest. Springfield struck a batting
treak In the aecond Inning of the first
game and In the eighth of the eecond.
Score, first game: R.H.E
Springfield 0 3000010 -491
Bloomington ...0 0000000 00 S 0
' Batteries: Patrick and Johnson; Llmrlc
Score, aecond game: R.H.E.
Springfield ...1 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 8 10 0
Bloomington ..0 0000000 00 6 1
Batterle: Bell and Johnaon; Clark and
DUBUQUE. Ia.. Aug 4. A three-bagger
and a single in the tenth gave the game to
Dubuque, 2 to 1, today. Score: R.H.E.
Dubuque 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 t ) 0
Davenport ...0 10090000 01 7 0
Batterle: Wilder and Nunnemacher; M.
Smith and E. Smith.
ROCK ISLAND 111 . Aug. 4.-Mallcoat
went to piece and McK'night. who relieved
him In the third, wa hit ha.d, Rock Island
winning. 7 to 1. Score: R.H.E.
Rock Island ...0 0 1 0 0 240 7 12
Cedar Rapid 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 4 6
Eatterle: Neal and Starke; Mallcoats.
McKnlght and Rohrer.
DECATUR. III.. Aug. 4-Peorla won
from Decatur today, 3 to 0. Havllk holding
Decatur to three hit. Score: R.H.F.
Decatur 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 2
Peoria 0 I 0 1 0 0 0 0-8 8 i
Fatterlea: Crowell and McNamftra; Hav
llk and Higglns.
Wahoo Scalp Glrard Indian.
WAHOO. Neb.. Aug. 4 (Special Tele-1
fi mn.) Wahoo won again from the Glrard I
ndlana by the cor of $ to 2. Score: 1
, . ..... R.H E
V'"'"' f ? J ? ? 0-2 8 3
' "" u u 0
Batteries: Craig and Towl; Anderson and
.Inhninn fil Piuk H., , . w.. . 1
. - - " 1 -J v 1 . ' a . . vy rt.i-i
deraon. Double play: Indian. 1. I'm
Central t'ltv Blank a .....
' J " .
ANSLLY. Neb.. Aug. 4 (Soeclal Tela- '
ruu.i in.. on looay irom tne
.iuni. i.i. ... fiui.y coniestea game iv .
a score or z to o. Hit: Centtal City. 4
Aniey. i. MrurK out: By Cerothers, 8;
by Strltcher. 4. Batterle: Ansley, Caro. ti
er and HoUter; Central City. Strltcher and
rilffdwellera aad Tlaer.
Th Douglaa County Cliff Dweller will
play th 1'ottawattamle County Tigera at
Vinton atreet park August 14 for th bene
fit of the Child Saving Institute.
Plraaaalna Defeat Saaaaer.
PLEA8ANTON. Neb.. Aug. 4-(peclal
Telegram I Fleasanton won a ball gam
from Sumner at Sumner today by th ccor
of 4 to t
CUBS TARE STILL ANOTHER
Seulbach Pitches Hia Twelfth Suc
cessive Winning Game.
BOSTON IS DEFEATED 8 TO 3
Pirate bat Oat b Brooklyn Taey
Kind It Hard to Hit Mrlntrre
Day' 14a mr a la the
CHICAGO. Aug. 4. Beulbach won his
twelfth consecutive game by beating Bos
ton, I to J, today. Score;
I 1 ft
II 0 1
I 1 IS
OTiioTnai. If. . J
Ktna, rf ....
Chanr. tb . .
OBerker, rf.... 1 I I i
.i(flv. at... .4 1 i :
ORuumont. rf 4 2 I I
0 0stien, 4 0 I n
J osiem. Ib 4 01
) ftlwaeney. 3b . 4 0 I 0
, iiemltri. c 4 1 4 1
4 f Turk. p. ... t t
0 FrUMn, p.. 0 0 0 0
F'alnfrldt. Jb 4 1 1
.tnt.an, 1 1. . . I 1 i
T nker, a.. . .
Archer, r i t
Reulbarh. p.. I I .
Totals It I U
Totala 3 t r t
'Hatted for Stanley In seventh.
Chicago 0 8 0 0 0 0 4 1 -8
woiton 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 08
Two-baae hits: Ever, Smith. Chance.
Home run: Archer. Hits: Off Tuckev. 10
in seven Innings; off Ferguson, 1 in one In
ning. Sacrifice hits: Hecker. Archer lli
Chance, Turkey. Ileulbach. Stolen base:
Beaumont. Double nliiv: Ruumnnl in
Smith. Left on bases: Chicaao. 6: Boston.
5. Struck out: By Ketilbach. 2; bv Tuciev,
2; by Ferguson, 1. Time: 1:31. Umpires;
Kane and Klrm.
Plratea fhat Oat.
PITTSBI RO, Aug. 4 -Pittsburg could se
cure but four scattered singles from Mc
Intyre today and Brooklyn won by a scon
of 1 to 0. Willis Ditched a aood came
ft I Score:
Burch. of-lf.. 1 l 1
MoKI'n, If-cf 4 0 1
Lannoi, 3b. .. 4 U 0
Alperman. lb 4 1 2
Lumler, rf . . 1 J o
Hummell. lb. 4 u ia
McMillan, aa. I 1 2
Parian, a 1 0 4
Mrlntyra, p i 1 0
0 Ol'larka. If ... I 1 1 '( .1
0 Ostorke, lb.... 1 0 1 1 0
1 0 Leach, rf I 0 0 tt 1
0 1 Ab'tlchlo, aa. 4 1 u 1 0
0 ti Millar, lb ... 4 t 4 0
0 0 Abataln, lb. . 3 0 U 1 V
l'Hyatt ........ lOOOt
1 OWll. on, rf.... I 0 4 0
4 0'Barbeau .... 10 0 0 0
Pbllllppl, p .. 0 0 0 0
Totala II mil I
Totala xt 4 87 11 1
, 'Batted for Abstein In ninth.
Batted for Willie In eighth.
Pittsburg o 0 0 0 0
Brooklyn u 10 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
Hit: Off Willi. 4 In eight innings; off
Philllppi, 1 In one Inning. Sacrifice hits:
Storke. Leach. Burch, Lumley. Stolen
bases: Miller and Burch. Double play: Len
nox to McMillan to Hummell. Left on
bases: Pittsburg. 8; Brooklyn, 5. Base on
balls, tiff Mclntyre, 2. Flrat base on er
ror: Pittsburg, 2; Brooklyn. 1. Struck
out: By Mclntyre, 3; by Willis, 4. Wi;d
pitch: Willis. Time: 1:26. Umpire: O'Day.
Phillies Heat Cardinal.
ST. LOCIS, Aug. 4. St. Louis' young
pitcher were bailed hard In spots lodav
and Philadelphia won, 4 lo 1. Corrldon was
practically invincible In the pinches. Ral
eigh, the California recruit, had one bad
PHILADELPHIA ST. LOl'19.
B.H.O.A E. B.H.O.A.B.
..rani, JO g i i ORvrna. lb .4 10 10
...4 2 0
... 1 1 1
lb 3 2 :l
(I F.'.Ut. If 4 1 1 0
0 j TIIUP.
0 npheipa, c 4 0 t t 0
0 Obnnatohy. lb. 1 0 10 I 0
1 OK tana, rf 1 0 3 0 0
on.lahanly, 2b 4 I 0 1 0
4 0 1
Poolan, aa 4 1 3
Itooln. c I 0 4
ccrrldon, p... 1 0 1
a OPIia. cf..
ii ft a
e. " J 0 I t
7- I l 0 o
p.... 8 0 1 3
0 0 Harmon.
12 27 14 o'Murphy
1 0 0 0 0
Batted for Raleigh In ninth.
St. loul o 0 0 0 1
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 1
33 8 37 12 2
0 0 0 01
0 0 2 04
two-base hit: .Magee. Sacrifice hits:
Grant, Dooln, Ma gee. Bransfield. Double
plays: Knabe to Doolan to Bransfield;
Knabe to Bransfield to Oram. Stolen bases:
Titus, Byrne. Bases on balls: Off Har
mon. 1; off Corrldon. 3. Struck out: Bv
Harmon. 1; by Raleigh. 2; by Corrldon. .
Hit: Off Harmon. 4 In four Inning; off
Raleigh. 5 In five Inning. Left on bases:
St. Louis. : Philadelphia, . Time: 1:52.
I mplre: Emslie.
At Cincinnati CInclnnatl-New York game
postponed, wet ground.
4iA MEN I TRI-COI NTY I.EAGI F.
Dorcheater Wlna from Exeter Heavy
Hitting; the Featare.
DORCHESTER. Neb., Aug. 4. -(Special.)
Dorcheater won from Exeter here ye-
i'terday by the eoore of 12
to 7. It was
taaiefl dav and there wan lor
7lou to witness the game and every fan
v, , u "ll IBre grin arter tne game.
Bakr wa knocked from the box in the
fifth and wa relieved by Jordon, who was
pounded all over the lot for seven scores.
Byer waa hit hard for seven innin..
! '"r which Wampler put the finishing
'v"l"" i" i game, i ne real lire or the
game waa the heavy hitting by both aides.
Dorcheater getting two three-baggers, three
two-bagger and aeven singles, while
Exeter rapped out a home run, a three
bagger, two two-bagger and five singles.
Scor: R H E
Dorcheater 0 0 K A K ! iv
iir i u o 0 2 1 1 07 $
riome run: Graul. Three-baae hit: L.
Byers. West, Bean. Two-baae hit: Mar
vel. B. Baker. E. Morrasy. Wampler (2).
Left on basea: Dorchester, 8; Kxeter, 8
Stolen base: Dorcheater, 4; Kxeter, 6
Sacrifice hits: A. Morrasy (2). Flret base
on balls: Off Byer. 2; off Wampler. 1;
off Jordon, 1. Struck out: Bv Byera In
even Inning. 6; by Wampler In two In
nings. 4; by Baker In five innings, 5; by
Jordon In five Innings. 1. Duoble play
E. Morrasy to Wet. Batteries: Dorches
ter. I: Byer. Wampler and A. Morrasy;
Exeter, B. Baker, Jordon and Anderson.
Olher games August 3:
At Shlckley-Shlckley. S; Geneva, 1
At Sutton Sutton. 7: Fairmont. S.
STANDING OF THE LEAGUE.
. , , Won. Lost. Pet
Shlckley 12 5 .70s
Sutton 10 7 5S
Dorchester 9 600
ter 8 10 .414
Fairmont 7 10 412
Geneva I ji .353
Games for Friday. August : Dorches
ter at Exeter. Sutton at Fairmont, Shlck
ley at Geneva.
GAME. IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Milwaukee Defeats Indianapolis by
score of S ta a.
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 4-Tlie Milwaukee
!rinhh.adKt"lVrOUb.! ",""'!" ,0.daV' b"" -
Irig the champlona. 5 to 3. Dougherty was
Invincible outside of the ajxth inning, when
a home run by Carr over the lett f ield
rence acored three runs. Dougherty's sup-i
port was brilliant, a catch by Barry and
me snon rieia playing Dy Jimmy Barren
being the features. A crowd of 10 000 fans
welcomed the club home this noon. Score:
B.H.O.A.B. B.H.O.A B.
Si runic i t.
( lark, lb ..
4 0 1
5 1 :
4 I IA
0 orhadb'rna. II. i
0 Hkyutn, rt. . . 5
0 0 0
(iSmitb. cf ...
0 OCarr. Ib
1 0 Burke, lb . .
1 I Howlav. r .
It dWllliama. !b
0 Oin.pka. lb .
1 i.Uraham. p. .
1 10 I
1 0 I)
0 4 1
u I 1
1 1 1
.3 1 I
Ib t a I
w arnar. r.
37 5 Toiala ....
0 2 0 1 1
0 0 0 0 0
It t 24 II
0 0 1 -
3 0 0 03
Carr. Sacrifice hits: Stiunk
('lark. Randall. Stolen basts: M
Cormlck. Strunk. Randall. Burke. Double
". narren to atcuann. uert on bases:
Milwaukee. 3: Indianapolis. 8. Hases on
balls: iMt lin,,h.,. a ,.tt fi.ui,..
ntriiCK out: By Dougherty.
4: by Gralitm.
l. l ime: l ift
Umphea: Owens and Sulli-
Nei Pitcher lor Hrda,
CINCINNATI. Aug 4-The ddltion of a
new pitcher for the Natioi.al lexgue club
of thi city waa anr.cunced today bv Pus
Idem Herrmann In the purchase of Samuel
Smith ..f Chicago, now with lhe Montreal
club of the F.asurn league.
4. lira Wins rrom l.aarel.
LAUREL. Neb.. Aug 4 'Special t-In a
game of baae ball here today Laurel waa
nereated by Allen bv the aiore of 4 to 2
The ga.nea are now two and on. In favor
of Liurel. H.rrin-tnn and rilnt we,- .
the points fur Laurel and did good work.
Cmpire; He . F. M. Drullner of Allen.
h'.y K M 0 Til K Hl.M(i TRACK
HIM Top Kasily Wins Mohank Sell
SA RATOilA. N. Y.. Aug. 4 Hill Top. at
I to 3. easily won the Mohawk selling stake,
one mile, the feature or the card here to
day High Hange cut out the paie to the
stretch, where the favorite moved up and
won easllv by half a length The first dls
qiiaJIflcation of the meeting occurred In
the fifth eseni a handicap at eeven fur
longs. Mr John Johnson, who finished firs ,
repeatedly interfered with Jack A, kin, the
favorite, and was disqualified. The plating
was Jack Atkln flrat. Apache second ana
Prince Ahmed third Summaries:
First i ace, selling, six furlong. l-aJO
added: Pretend (Kin. Iiugati, 9 to 6) won,
Madeline L. (W. McCahey, 10 to li second.
Pulka 104. Goldstein. .VI to H third. Time:
1:14. Amyl. Zephyr. St. Dunstan, Moltke
ami Kvcnlng Song also ran.
Second race, steeplechase, selling, 3x)
added, two nd a half miles: Pagan Bey
(lot). McAfee, 3 to 61 won. Fincaetie I Hi.
Withers. 0 to li second. Student King (l;il'
Hughes. 8 to 1) third. Time; 6:29. o. K.
J 1 1 1 1 cl race, handicap, one mile and an
eighth, !'.) added: Moguette (lib. Pane, i
to o) won, Pins and Needles i6. McCahey,
to 6) second, Arclte 1124, Powers, 13 lo 6)
third. Time: 1 :62V Three sianers.
Fourth race, the Mohawk, 3- ear-old,
selling, one mile; value $1,200. Hill Top, 101,
McCahey, 1 to 3i won. ttigh Hange tlnl.
Hinchcllff, 12 lo 1) second, yuantlco tllili,
Goldstein, 10 to 61 third. 'lime; l.W.
Home Crest and Sensation also ran.
Fifth race, handicap, all aged, seven fur
longs, tiou added: Jack Alkln ill:., Powers,
J to 6) won, Apache t '.01 , Page, s to 11 sec
ond. Prince Ahmed 019. Taplln, 6 to I)
third. Time: l::4H- Berrymald, Doranle,
Alfred Noble. The Suulre, Fort Johnson ana
oiuna also ran. Sir John Johnson fin
ished tirst. hut was dlmiualif led for fouling.
It ace at Windsor.
WlNDSt.Hl HACK TKACK., Out., Aug. 4.
First race, 2-year-olds, selling, purse $400.
five and a half furlongs: Ixitia Creed ilii
Howard. 4 to 1) won, Mac Henley (110. War
ren, 6 to I) second. Norman (110. Burns. 7
to 1) third. Tim.: 1.07. Whim, Judge
Walton, Fearnaught II. clem Beachey, Hal
lock, Metzle, Inferno Queen and K) rat also
Second race, 3-year-olds and up. selling,
purse 300. six furlongs: Arlonette tW2.
Davis, 7 to 10) won. Injury tl4. Burns, 7 to
1) second. Darelngton tllj. Dreyer, 16 to D
third. Time: l:lj.,. Ida May. ClolstereSs,
I bailee, Mrs. Sewnll, Irrigator, lorothy
Webb. Sabado and Work and Play also ran.
Third tare, Ontario handicap. 31. M0, 2-year-olds.
five furlongs: Lady Sybil UOS,
Howard. 3 lo 21 won. I'atasalaga (108, Trox
ler. 10 to li sfcond. Turf Star (12. Ken
nedy. 2 to J) third. Time: LOOS. Kva Tan
guay, Scruples, Kngllsh Kather, Polly lee
and Front How also ran.
Fourth race. 3-year-olds and UD. handlran
purse toOtj. six furlongs: Center Shot (113.
U to ill WUIl. ( nl oouv lll.'l I n
, rjcuiiu. merricK uuz. Kennedy. J6 to 6)
third. Time: 1:12. da Meade, fncle
Jimmy Gray. Charle Eastman. Bewail,
Sig. Hasty Agnes and Emperor William
Fifth race. 3-year-olds and up. Belling,
purse $400. one and one-lxtenth miles
County Clerk (106. Davis, 4 to 1) won, Bo
ema U0I, Howard. 6 to 1) second. Belle
Scott ikw. Kennedy. 4 to 1) third. Time:
1:47. Desi don. Floreal, Fair Messenger,
OHental tjucon. Sniff. Oilvedear. Ladv
Baldua. sister Ph.rTlis. Solon Shingle and
Kigln also ran.
Slxt'i race. 3-year-olds and up. selling
purse $400. six furlongs: Youthful (ion!
Harty. 4 to 1) won, Mlnot tlOH. Herbert 6
to H second. Johnny Blake (t03. Troxler 7
Mi T1',"P: 1:Ii,", f'fotagonlst'lc.
Many Colors. Merry Gifl. General Lee
serenade. Firebug, si. Clair. Flarney and
Annotation alpo ran.
. Seventh race. 3-year-old nd tin .n.
ill ma. mitus. ftjnn nr , .... ..
a W j "11 iiuif- ann an eigntn:
? f.fdro '5 ,l"d' 2 ,0 3 wn. Lanlgan (104
0 1 5 ';n,V 2 ? "..,ec.ond' PW-m . Bran-
Hi!"?'.7 " ,h r.''' . Timf: :6Vi. Llllle
Turner. Arrowswlft.' Maid Militant, Wgrner
....jcr miliar, Man Prlmo. Im
boden and Pink Linen also ran.
LAKE FOREST TEXIVlS PLAYING
Mcl.angblln and Jones, Pacific C'oaal
Men, Are Winners.
LAKE FOREST. III., Aug. 4.-In the
final of the preliminary national double
at the Onwentsia club M. F. McLoughllti
and George Janes, champions of the Pa
cific coast, won an easy victory over Wylie
i. Grant and Theodore Roosevelt Pell, tlile
holoers of the south. The score was i-7,
m'!'8 d?!'at of Grant and Pell entitles
McLoughllti and Janes to compete against
., M' f,.a0Kell d F. B. Alexander, na
tional tltleholilers for the championship of
America, the match to be played August
17 at Newport.
The defeat of the southern champion,
k'!? af!, that ln n,me ony. lnmuch as
both Pell and Grant are New Knglanders
was a foregone conclusion In the minds or
many critics who witnessed the play ln the
aeml-flnals yesterday. .
The coast champion fairlv played Pell
Vm11 a"1""- '". with the excep
Hon of the first set, when the voung Call
fornlans seemed unable to get into action. I
. .1. .1 ., . " '"uginin and Jane was
I a revelation ln regard to uii h.i. ... 1
f rl T. DacK over ,h ne though
nit.""" orr" ""ox rrom a cannon. I tnoer tne city ordinance the application
k. .m "rvle f, , these players also was 1 0 be police commlaaloner for hi au
brllllant. esuec a v thai r, ui t,i ' nrnml init ih.n 1. '
. -rf - - - wa- V V4J UKflllal
of '"hi. ?.P,PmTil!,,i",,.ll,,r. e,ker member
... .,u xttv v.iiii.f riniaiiB 100 K
vaniage of this and kept him busy most of
Grant and Pell won the , a i
!?""; 'be flret man to serve
. ts, were made on th Initial aarv
ice. then Jane made a poor return out
side the court. Khlch m.r .i '
3 Pell then duplicated hi. iVl. ..Ti 'f'V :
r.'.BM '? '7 fauh" ,n tn nt .ervlce
15-for.y the ball mak"' 'he
McLaughlin then amaahed the ball Into
r !r ,T ' u,,lc" lav U " more chance
for the game. Two more fault, however,
gave the westerner the first game. Mc
Loughlln easily won the second gam the
southerners securing only one point off his
service. Grant on hie service turned the
iari?f OIV!f ""ornlan., who seemad
j !.S at'd, d,ov he ball Into th nei.
It wa a fifteen game.
Janes readily won his first service In a
thirty game. In the fifth game. Pell partly
retrieved himself for the poor showing In
the first game he served, by winning a
1?.V'. Tne Karni' then alternated un
til It waa a deuce set after which the
southerner succeeded In getting two
straight games, giving them the first aet
In the second set McLaughlin and Jane
et a terrific pace, which the southerner
were unable to follow and won the set
with a score of 8-2.
The third set was ia in ..
, . wiia.i
-" "in c Karnes resulting
in LIunL. .
A(,t. . a t,Jl
ci.iic-i uiie or ine pun snrf ,m .
In the fi,i ... "...
erner, w taken '. V'T ""V. ?J !
and Janes to win It hJ -.1
The fourth set. which proved the decid
ing one. was even easier than the two
preceding ones for the Callfornlans. al
though the score was a M..I .,,.t.i.
"1 Jo n,f " on lhe flrBt four lfames. Grant
i'" then alternated until ha final
1 ..ne the ninth which kid man in 1.
j a whirlwind fashTJ I on X ! .erWci by ma "
1 Ing It a love game service iy mak-
o.i icii tueii annexen two mra vht
Til HOW M
r.ac r. i.-v M.ai.K HOI B. I
Frank l)n( ray Makea Good on thai-'
leime at (allaway. I
ril.i iB'iv K-.t. , ., . .. I
rt,....V.:. " '. 'i fu" '' "n
inuisoav evening of last week a wrestling
n.atch was held between Charles B. Blecha
of Table Ro. k. Neb., and Frank DuCray. !
wrestling Instructor at the stale univer.nv1
... U...VU..I. in wnicn uucray won two
traight fall, th fr8t In twenty-two mln-
: ..-e ...in me eecona In nineteen minute.
4 After Hie match Mr. DuCray lud a chal-
- : '"'' 'mow any five men In Cuater,
J county within an hour. Thla challena. wm.'
j accepted by a rouimitt ee. All1 .he mat,. I.
pullid off last evenln ih. Rr.-
', ,u mm cny
ne rue men clio.en u.r. v tr d.
Callaway s marshal: wiiiian, k, it. . ...I i
Fete llelnz. all of I'lllnaav on.! l.m..Uh mnm . ,t-.l 1, I ...,..
" ' """J nar e I e ua ..r u,
John utuu .1,. ai..u, ......
seconds; Moure came next i.n.,. i
minute and thirt-two seconds; Teiiua .
i'ennv r ll.r'mJn"!""" eighteen seconds
and Heini eight rnSu", and'hinVaond."
Dik-ihv extHii.ieH it., rh.ii.nu. . ". .-
he had been up agaimt some pretty god
iTeve ,hweVehe''be.in,J'. :.,ild not b"
they were the best lntu.ter county. !
BruLen Bora Drfrat tirrna.
brokfn now. Neb, Aug 4-.Kpeiai
Telegram -ii.oken B.,w defeated Merna
Jarrolt former of",he"f,ou'. A,, Tj"0"
ern M.'-guelelm'. o'cup'uie m.'und for'
.i.iuiii, ana waa nit nam. while Hul- 1
t-ain was almost in- !
.'"V'aa...."" ""'h .
Batteru a :
nrnsen now Hulflah
V:. .r,n rr Sn Mccarty. I
Rourkc Will Let
Fox Deal Drop
Doesn't Cm to Break Up Lincoln
Team to Get the Second Bae
man for Omaha.
LINCOLN. Aug. 4. (Special Telegiam.l
The deal between Ronrke and Despaln for
the transfer of Fox to the Omaha team
will probably be allowed to drop. Fox Is
holding out for a big slice of the purchase
price, and under his contract with the
Lincoln team i in position to do this.
According to hit contract, he cannot be
sold or transferred without hi consent.
Rourk and Despaln had a long con
ference thi evening, and Despaln and
Fox wer closeted together for some time,
DeRpain made Fox several proposition, and
t one time It aeemed that the deal might
be made, but It finally came to the ame
old impasse. Another very erlou objec
tion developed today.
The transfer of Kox to Omaha prac
tically means the destruction of the Lin
coln team, and this Rourke could not be
P".rty to. He doe hot car to disturb
the -circuit at this time, and would rather
get along with the player he ha than
to upset the playing arrangement of the
Western league. Young Davidson from In
dianapolis joined the team here, and
Rourke got lom, encouraglna word from
"...r. piayers, ana believes he will yet be
ble to secure a first-class Inflelder. This
will put him In good shape again, for,
with a man to play either second or short!
he can return Pendry to the utility work,
In which he waa doing so well, and he
back In the race with a splendid prospect.
"The team Is going along very nl.elv aa
It Is." he aald tonight, "and with any
thing like an even break on the umpiring
will win the game. I want to keep up
In the race, and hope to land first place
again. I am still after player and pro
pose to keep after them. Just now I am
In bad for want of a utility man. having
to use Pendry regularly, and for several
days 1 have been using a pitcher In the
outfield. Davidson will f that gap. and
ii j i an get one of the Inflelder I
nor in nave a team that will
them all hustle."
of Fa moil
Work aa I,
John Aiken, a member
Isle foot ball team and
the LHWt Carl-
one of the best
known of Indian athletes in
States, was In Omaha for a
the l nlted
raving tiers Tuesday, and
worked a's a laborer on th. n.w n.j -
It is said that Aiken belongs to a wealthy
.L,y and U not known why he was
.. u, ,,,s aa ,,r am uniess ne was in temp
orary financial straits and did not wish his
people to know of the ract.
Tuesday morning he went to the office of
the contractor and asked for the monev
due him. and since then he has not been
seen. It I auDDoaed that h. ......
the same day.
..!,n wo!,.kln5 h'r' he tracted the at- i
01 nis loremen by his unusual lae
and plendld physique, although thev did
not know that he had been through at rug-
5L';hnthe fton hrdr h.n any ffe
had while working here wlih a whoolbarrow.
TRAFFIC MEN ARB FLAYING GOLF
Rain Interferes with Player. Who
Work I nder Dlff lenities.
NEW YORK. Aug. 4.-Member of the
Nation Fre eht Tvaffin iie
PI y,ed, ,h', am nder difficulties over
the link of the Foxhlll club at Clifton S
; nday. Rain began falling shortly after
the start waa made and everybody was
thoroughly drenched. The survivors of the
first round of play for the association
champlonahlp are C. M. Booth, Detroit
Dougla Delane. New York; D. N. Bates
Worcester, Ma.; H. B. McClellan. New
i,rW:vW' S oe". Chicago; J. 8. Mar
v n. New York, who beat W, G. Groe
.'.l1,' f St '"'. 8 up and one to play
V.' W Ear"on- New York, and C. F. Seegar,
New York. '
BAE BALL LICENSE IS HELD IP
Boston Police Orflrlal Object to
Gambling: oa Gamea.
BOSTON, Aug 4 -The application for the
annual license for the Boston league cluh
to play games In thle .city, which has
hitherto been Issued on th 1st day of Au
gust, has been returned to the office of
i.m.xn niuujiq wun me a saunrot-ai t,t
ro!lc" t-ommisionr Stephen O'Meara.
ar- - - fa BVViav 1.1 7 I IW mm V f
! Intimated that the commissioner wlthheH
probably be held. There will k. n Tn,...
ference with the plajtng of same irtitll '
tiiv maitvr i unauy aajuaterl.
Joe yke Home from Blgf Plh.
Joseph Sykes, assistant to W. L. Park
general auperintendent of the Union Pa
cific, ha returned from a fishing trip on
the continental divide west of Yellowstone
park. Mr. Sykei accompanied party com
posed of W. A Whitney, auperintendent of
th Ltah division of the Union Pacific;
Dr. R. S. Joyce, dlviaion surgeon at Ogden
and F. E. Lewi, superintendent of the
dining car service of the Union Pacific.
They spent a week at a club house In the
mountain, maintained by H. C. Frlck and
other Plttburg millionaire. Plenty r
I!?.,rul were caught, but the one fish
which Mr. 8ykea prise moat highly 1 a
two-pound grayling, fifteen lnche long
Thi specie I fast becoming extinct and
a found In few water. Mr. Syke I hav
ing the fish mounted.
Seward I. oar a to Superior.
SEWARD, Neb.. Aug. .-(8peeial Tele
gram. ) Seward loat th laat gam with
Superior by nol having a regular pitcher
In the box. They tried out a new man
and Superior made five score off him In
the flrt Inning, and then the fielder took
their turn In th box the reat of th game.
"Prior 8 2 1 0
1 1 1 1-12 12
0 02-4 9
jheward 0 0 2 0 0
Batteries: Superior, Kratxeberger and
Depew; Seward. Meyera, Ling. Seelv and
Neff. Umpire: Ed Woods of Lincoln.
Seward leave for Heating for a serle
of three game Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday. faaikrtga Wlai frara Holbrook.
CAMBRIDGE. Neb., Aug. 4 .Special Tel
egram.) Cambridge won from Holbrook
tne most exciting game ever played her.
Score, 3 to $. Batterle: Wyncoot. and
Carroll; Adama and Wa Hermann.
Vaaderhllt'a Ham win.
PARIS. Aug. 4 The Prix Vlllers at Deau-
vllle lodav waa won hu W K V. n.rv.i
Th absolute Tagetabla purity of
Btrongeat nolnta In ita favor and la
. .... . ....
strong; mineral mixtures which act so
1 1 1
delicate membranes and tissues of the stomach and bowels, that eren if
such , treatment purified the blood, the condition ln which the dlgegti"!
yt1 would often be more damaglnf to the health than the original
trouble. Not so with 8. 8. 8. It ia
t tha gam time is an abeolutely safe nd harmless remedy. It Is mads
atii.y of th healing srid cleansing extracts and Juices of roots, herbs
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MARGIN WINS ANOTHER STARE
Little Mare Takes $10,000 Erent at
RACE IS BADLY SPLIT UI
Jadae l ee Wlna Two Neat 14 BF
lefress One Green Pllo Take
the an I Pare la Fifth
KALAMA7DO, Mich., Aug. 4-Mrglfl
won her second $10,000 stake of th aeaaon
when he won the feature of today' card
on a muddy track. She finished first In
only two of the heat, but the other wer
divided and she was best In the summary,
the rat ending with five heats under the
Margin won the first handily and in lh
second ahe beat Marl N. a neck In splen
did lime for the track. Judge Lee chsl
lenged Margin In the atretch and beat he,
In the third. In the fourth El Vlctresg wen
away fast and none could get near bei
The fifth saw Judge Iee draw out and wit
In tr last part. Jut beating El Vlt Ires
that had made a break earlier. Margin wai
an even money favorite against the field
before the race.
It hd rained hard In the morning an'
racing did not. start until li'i o'clock,
dozens of automobiles being preaaed intu
ervlce to aqueexe water out of the triuk
t Improved, but wa muddy at the pole
nd the time made wa surprising.
The 2:11 pace also went through fl
beats. Walter Hal, the favorite, winning a
heat and then being beaten. Star Direct
took the aecond one, but could not repeat,
Green Pilot being the fastest.
The 2:15 pace was won handily by Walter
W a strong favorite, although King Cole,
his driver having been changed, made him
hustle In the final heat. Summaries:
211 pace, purse $J.O00:
Green Pilot, b. h. t Murphy).
Walter Hal. gr. h. (Garth)..
Star Direct, ch. h. (BooneL.
Maconda. b. m. (Alblnl
Billy B.. ch. g. t.McDonaldl
3 6 4
4 4 6
Time: 2;(ttH, 2:10V 2:08V,. 2.00. 2;12'4.
i m pace, purse t,tmu:
Walter W b. g. Geers)
King Cole. br. h. (Dollge and Snow)
Ora Jackson, b. m. (McMahon)
Mayblrd, b. m (Hoffman)
Mike A., blk. g. (Wilson)
Greatest Line, br. m. (Clark)
Directly Connor, blk. h. (Falls)
Lady Patch, ch. m. (Shuler)
Time: 2:10Vi, 3:10. 2:08.
2:14 trot, stake 810.000:
Margin, ro. m. (McDonald) t
Judge Lee. gr. h. (Lasell) 4
El Victress, b. m. IRosemyre)
Alice Roosevelt, ch. m. Murphy) I
Penis Maid. b. m. (Schuttl 2
Marie N.. b. m. tGeers) 7
Jack McKerron. b. h. (Shank)... 8 10
i tie Angeius, br. h. lHodges)...10 9 10 o
Ulna. b. m. (Cox) 3 g 8 lOdi
Jennie C nst'ntlne. b. m. (Gradyi 6 6 6 6dr
Tlme: 2 :(. 2:0R',, 3.08, tMhi, tM.
It M ING
Kenannee Queen win the 3tlS
rare In Stralaht Meal.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. Aug. 4-(Specll
Telegram.) For several year past W. F;.
Rounds, who ha the local management of
the Nebraska Speed associations race and
bear the financial responsibility, Is having
strangely poor luck In the matter of date
For the last three seasons rain have o
Interfered with the events a to make thu
races unprofitable. The opening of thi.)
year's races was booked for yeeterdav, but
the rain of th preceding night so softened
the track, which I on low grounds, thai
the event of yesterday had to be post
poned, and this after the business men had
agreed to close their doors for the after
! 'a n.stponed, there
fore, till this afternoon. Summaries;
facing. 2.13 class:
Kewaunee (jucen . . i
Fred H j
Ottawa Boy 4
gueen of the West 3
Time: 2:15V4. 2:lfl4. 2:1.
Trotting. 2:30 class:
Tom Smith 2 1 1
Belle Tolus 12 2
Francis Starr 3 8 3
Raven Boy 44
Time: 2:21H. 2:23, 2,20, 2:224 2 221.
Half mile dash:
Bob Kirk "."
Gore Break tbaataaqaa Date.
CRE87'ON. Ia., Aug. 4.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) A crowd of 2.000 people at th Cre
ton Chautauqua was disappointed thi aft
ernoon when Senator Thoma P. Gore of
Oklahoma failed to keep hi appointment,
not Informing the management till 11
o'clock. He passed through thla elty late
Tuesday night enroute for Waahlngton,
called there for the vot to be taken on the
tariff bill In th senate Thursday. He wa
th head-liner on the program thla year
and waa filling hi Chautauqua date up to
Tuesday, when he appeared In Glenwood.
Bla Yield from One Grain of Wheat.
UTE. Ia.. Aug. 1 (Special.) William
Lloyd, a farmer near here, threshed 1,000
bushels of wheat from forty acre, which
he sold for $1 per bushel. While harvest
ing hi crop Mr. Lloyd noticed a peculiar
bunch of wheat growing; from one stem.
Thi he secured and It wa found to eon
tain sixty smaller stems, each containing
a fully matured head of grain. H counted
the grain from th head on thi on
talk, and found that th on seed had
produced 2,640 gralna.
Rig Deal Nenmr Taker,
TABOR, la., Aug. 4 -(Special.)-One of
the biggest land deal of th aeaaon has
Just been closed here, Joseph Haines sell
ing his fine farm of 824) acre, one mile
north of Tabor, to W. G. Greaorv for
$166 per acre, or th sum of $o2.800. Thi
make Mr. Gregory on of th heaviest
land owner in thi locality, with about
1.300 acre ln thi vicinity and $.000 lo South
Dakota. Mr. Halnea. who 1 a widower,
will divide moat of hi property among hi
Be Want Ad are Buinea Booatara.
Two More Drowaed al Daveaaort.
DAVENPORT. Ia . Aug. 4 -l8peclal Tel
egram. ) August Caratens, who wa crazed
y heat, drowned hlmaelf her today. Th
body of Charles McVey of Muaratln waa
recovered from th Mississippi river thi
afternoon. This makes eight drowning
In this vicinity within four day.
8. S. 8. has always baen one of ths
una of the nrlnclnal reaanna vh-w le la
,l ,,a.H rJ .11 hl..J .JI.I... a
unpleasantly and dlaaitroualT on th
the Kreatest of all blond nurinar. and
vuutaiung mucn Taiuauii luiorioailOaV
enretntn a w a wa a .
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