Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 06, 1911, Page 5, Image 5

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    lilt; 1110K: OMAHA. niniSDAY. ATOTT, C. 1!)11.
Pentreu, Hall and Fatton Swept Mer
cilessly from Mound.
In Only Twt Inninus Did Omaha
Have More Than Thrrt Mm I p
Ihlrlr ,Mrn hmce White
o Trrlrler.
Hoping to tin; Colts even tip with
the White Hnx No. I, for the rtefpnt (if
, Huwlsy, ft small tmttd nf th" faithful blips
traveled out tn Kourko !:irk Vi-Mrrday af
tiriioon nnl.r in thrlr favnrltrs wal
oprd to the tun of to 0. And to make
t i1r.KH nr Funning nllowrd funaha but
thiPfl hits, two. of which were merely
s.-ntchrs. t
Thrre ldtchrrs wore sent Into the Ranio
f'.r Omaltu. tint thty could not cope with
tht heavy hltlrrs on 'the CMnpn tam.
KentrfM pitched thrp Innings and was
than substitute hy Mall, who wan up In
thi air before ue went on the mound, and
ncvr i-amf down The first two mm to
face him wore nlvn frwe transportation
to tho tnttlal carle. A hit then addr-d to
the list jid unothrr pans, netted a run.
An error on the part of Knne (tave the Sox
three more tallica. Another lilt, however,
did no damage.
In the fifth limine; TThM struck out the
first two 'trim tip, 'and the third man wan
retired by "a fly to renter field. Patton
went In for, tee rest of the same and
pitched arood ball, allowing but one hit,
which gave the White Sox their sixth and
last run. The Omaha outfiold played In
Roofl form and vpatred up no chance.
8choonpver .nnnllert four hard flies while
Pickering- took (-Are of three.
In . only two Inning did Omaha have
more than throe men up to hat, and during
the entire Kame not a man rearhed the
second plain, Jlut thirty men faced Farth
ing; and yix of these went down by the
strike out route. Tho White Fox were In
better rendition than the Coin, who showed
th effect of a two day lay off.
A cold mirtheant' wind blew throughout
th Rama, making the handling of ground
ers a hard task. Twice Brhoonover beat
out bunts which were fumbled by Farthing.
In the sixth Inning Bndle drew applause
from the bench by holding onto a texas
leaguer after running for It. Schoonover
extinguished himself In the ninth Inning
when he made a perfect throw from deep
center. Howbver, the distance was such
'hat A gnew could not get his man until
he touched the plate, and who was de
clared safe. The score:
AU. R. H. I'O. A. E.
Gllmore, If 5 0 0 1 0 0
Johnstone. 2b.. 3 1113 0
IVrant,, as 4 0 2 0 1 0
Collins, lb 4 0 0 10 0 1
Podle. cf 3 113 0 0
Melnan. rf 3 1 0 6 0 0
Tannehlll, 3b 4 0 0 0 1 0
Mock. c..i. 3 J 1 0 0 0
Farthing, p 8 2 1 6 6 0
Total! 32 i 6 6 27 11 1
, All. R. H. PO. A. E.
Anderson, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Picketing. If 4 0 0 8 0 0
Schoonover, cf. ....... 4 0 ! 4 0 0
Kane, lb 3 0 1 10 8 1
Bchipke, 3b 3 0 0 1 1 1
Ora.ha.rn, 2b S O 0 2 8 1
Kneavea, sa 8. 0 0 I 5 0
lAimew, c 3 0 0 2 0 0
; Fentress, p 10 0 110
, Hall, p 10 0 110
Pation. p 1 0 0 0 0 0
I '
1 Total 0 8 27 15 8
Btruck outr By Farthing. 6: by Fentress,
, I; by Hall. 1. Hit by pitched ball: By
f Fen trees, L Bases on balls: Off Fentress,
8; off Hall, 1 Umpires: Clark, and Haskell.
.Lincoln1 Secures : v
i Catcher.McGraw
"Western Leagrue Club Concludes Pur
chase of White Sox Flayer For
merly with Memphis.
LINCOLN. April 6. (Special Telegram.)
The Lincoln Western league club today
concluded the purchase of Catcher McOraw
liom the Chicago White Sox.
McOraw was with the Memphis club of
the' Southern league last season and suc
ceeds Catcher Kruger, recently suspended
Indefinitely by Lincoln for failure to re
Firsts Beat Arkansas.
T.1TTT.IB TtrWXT l.v An.11. K TV.. t'i
- - - - - . nan., ,J . . v. ilia V 111-
venslty of Arkansas players hit well
fourteen hits, but were unable to make
them count and Pittsburg won, 13 to 8.
I0RMEK ROURKE FLAYS VTinii Wolnnf TJill fllo
THE BOSTON RED SOX. "uu niu uu o
my tfasKet .Ball
Racfi and GrTramtics Fill Out an
Evenin j'b Sport at the Church
flasket hall, race and gymnastics filled
the program of the f'rsv athletic carnival
of the glrl of the Wa'ntit Hill Methodist
church, held at the church gymnasium
Tuesday nltfht. The Whites defeated the
Hlacks. 19 to N, In the basket hall contest.
First In the evenlnc's events came the
gymnasium nnd drill work, after which a
number of freak relay tacs and other fun
provoking etunts were rarn.J oui. Miss
Grace Ia" conducted the exercleis.
Starting the name w th a rush, the
Hlncks foon had the score !i to 2 In their
favor, hut the WTiltes came back strong
and ended t hr half 11 to 6 In favor of the
Whites. Sicond I alf went to the-Whltes
al?o. 8 to 2. Final score: Whites. 19;
I. lacks. .
The lineup:
Irn Own-
Klh.'l Miltelr-.
Tope La Khnrtstop It Traded for llnf
fortl of the I.nnraeter,
Pa., Inb.
Larry (Jtilnlan, the epeedy shortstop of
the Topeka club will be among the miss
ing In the Kaw lineup this season. Quin
lan has been tradod for Frank Hafford,
shortstop lat year with the Lancaster,
Pa., club In the Trl-State organization.
Hafford Is as good a man as Quintan
and some consider him better. He was
dissatisfied with the cut In salaries made
by the Trl-State and asked to be traded.
Manager Fred Moore is making more
than a hit with the Topeka fans. He has
snap and ginger and the Kaws are round
ing Into fine shape under his tutelage.
Moore and President Woodward are at
present hosclng the job of Installing 2H0
more box seats at the Kansas capital
ball grounds.
Practice has begun at Des Moines to whip
a team into .shape to open the Mill season
with Omaha, April 12. The Des Moines
lineup Is In general a very much unknown
iiuantlty and the opening series of the
league here three games, will be practic
ally the first test of how good the Boost
er's bunch la going to be In 1911. The
Omahas have a two weeks' start In the
training on the Des Moines and Pa and
Captain Bchlpke are straining every nerve
and wearing out uniforms getting a squad
Into shape that will take the opener for
Sioux City Man is
Caught in Quicksand
Guitav F. Benson Sinks in Fond in
Sight of Two Companions, Who
Are Powerless to Aid.
FIOUX CITY. la.. April 5-Wlth two
companions standing on the shore power
less to save him. Gustav F. Renson. promi
nent In Odd FeloW lodge circles here, was
sucked by quicksand beneath the surface
of a small pond on the shore of the Mis
souri river Just south of McCook lake, near
here, last evening.
In order that the advertiser may get the
reach the buyer by the most direct and
reliable channel. The Dee Is that channel.
Vo married Voman't liftpptnMsj to
complete without children; aba
yearns with .the deeper longings of
her nature for tho Joys of mother
hood. But women who bear children
should prepare for the coming of
baby by properly caring for their
Physical avstania. Mother's TV1ant
Is th expectant mother's greatest help. It Is a remedy which prepares the
xmiscles and tendons for the unusual strain, renders the ligaments supple and
elastic, Aids la expanding the skin and nosh fibres, and strengthens aU the
membranes and tissues. It is especially v-aluable where the breasts are trouble,
some from swelling and congestion, and its regular use will lessen the pain
uu uuifm wueu uia jiuie one
comes. Women who' use Mother "s
friend are assured of passing the
crisis with safety. It is for sale at
drug stores. Write for free book
Xor expectant mothers.
Atlanta, Oa.
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HTel liny R).!
Anna Evim
Anna niton
...Eleinur Olllan
.Helen Goodrich
Ltivtna IKtlHnry L O.I L.O
Summary: Miss rtuth Shehlon. referee
umpire, Miss l.ols Gagneliin; time of
halves, lj minutes; final score, Ulack 8.
Wh'tes 1!.
imerlcau League (lab Seconds Are
Oathatted, Elsht to Seven.
LINCOLN, Neb., April 5 Lincoln won
from the Roston American league team No.
2 today, 8 to 7, by batting a little the best.
Score: R.H.E.
Lincoln 8 13 1
Hoston 7 12 2
Batteries: Fox and Stratton: Karger,
Moser, Mcliale, Collins and Nunamaker.
Wrest Una Match at Crete.
CRETE, Neb., April 5. (Special.)
"Farmer" Kersenhrock snd Herman Stroh
of Heaver Crossing put on a wrestling
match last night at the opera house. It
was a finish match, catch-as-catch-can,
best two out of three falls. The farmer
won In straight falls.
Ulllon Defeats Mantell.
BOSTON, Mass., April 8. Jack Dillon of
Indianapolis, aspirant ior weuernvisnt hon
ors, dcreated Frank Mantell of Providence,
In a twelve-round bout at the Armory Ath
letic association last night.
Japanese Team Will Paaa Through
Without Stopping- for Propord
Hatch with Crelguton.
Crelghton college and the Waseda base
ball team from Toklo, Japan, wilt not meet
In Omaha on May 1. as the Japaneee squad
Is unable to make Omaha by that time.
The Waaeda team Is playing on the Pa
cific coast and will merely pass through
Omaha on Its way to the east.
Practice la held every night at the
Crelghton diamond and the prospect for a
speedy base ball team looks fairly bright
The cold, wet weather prevalent in Omaha
puta the Crelghton lads back, but . .v..
flrat game is not until April 19, there la
sun ume lert for training.
(anitht In the Art
and arrested by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
bilious headache quits and liver and bowels
act right. 20c. For sale by Beaton Drug
Llvelr Outfield of the Rourke ram.
11 y Decides to Report aad
Play Ball Hut,
Bert King, hold out aodety all by himself,
gave up the fight and appeared in the
Empkehouse Wednesday morning ready to
sign a contract and don his suit Bert
donned the suit in the afternoon and did
a little warming up work, but aa Fa
Rourke waa not in Omaha Wednesday, the
date of signing tha contract has been post
poned until Thursday.
Nlehoff to Indianapolis.
Third Baseman Nlehoff, bought by the
Pittsburg Pirates in 1910 from Dea Moines,
baa Just been sold by Manager Fred Clarke
to Indianapolis. Nlehoff Is not one of those
who did not make ood In tha big leagues,
but the youngster found triat "there were
so many speedy inflelders with older heads
already after that third sack he waa will
ing to take Indianapolis a year or two to
get some experience. .
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If your back aches, rheumatic pains shoot
through your joints and you have frequent
desire to urinate, painful or highly colored
urination, dizzy spells, It's a sure sign that
the kidneys are not In good working condi
tion and need attention. Get the best
remedy obtainable. The following formula
la one of the very best. Get from your
druggist a one-half ounce package Murax
Compound, one-half ounce fluid extract
Itucliu and six ounces best gin. Mix these
well together and take In doses of one to
two teaspoonfulH after each meal and at
bed time.
This simple prescription acts directly on
the kidneys by cleansing these sponge-like
organs; also gives them strength and power
to properly perform their function of fil
tering the blood of poisonous waste matter
and urlo acid, and aids to eliminate these
Impurities from the system. ' In this Way,
dread diabetes, chronlo rheumatism and
diabetes can be avoided.
At Fountains & Elscwhero
Ask for
Tht Original and Genuine
Th. Food-drink for All Agts.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains,
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no imitation. Just say "HORHCTS."
In No Combine or Trust
Elegant flew Tailored Suits
At T.lcsi Surprising Bargain Prices
,7 " 6ver''J,000 IJeautiful Suits, nearly all
Samples secured by our New York buyer
at about half their actual worth go
On Salo Thursday In Four
Immense Lots
All aro in very newest spring styles, col
; orings and materials, and prices are from
J one-fourth to one-half less than the actual
, value of the Suits.
: Sample Tailored Suits Worth fcQE
;. to $(50.00, on sale yC))
! Sample Tailored Suits Worth to $45.00,
including it line line of Black Satin
Suits;' on salo at
choice . . , ,
i Sampjo Tailored Suits Splendid values
. at $23.00, including white and black,
I r1.:':"r..i!...;...si4.9o
! Manufacturer's Surplus Stock of Coats-
Worth to if-UOO, jjjg jg
Colors and black, medium and light weight
materials, all sizes for ladies, small wo
men and misses.
From 9 to 11 a. m.
liddies' Tailored
Waists, pretty
styles nicely made
regular $2 values,
at $1.00
n her cvtrty
Thar won-.-leg
ami grt
fft rhoic f
tho UlMulfi
tv4 bergs lr.
Silk Underskirts
Taffetas, M e s a a -ilnes,
and Silk
Jerseys, all colors,
worth to $7.50, on
salo at ....$3.95
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VAA yoa
thoao Suita la
our windows?
The look
rn betuw on
clcxtvr limKH
Garments Completely Rejuvenated for "Easter
Year"--then delivered "creaseless" IN BAGS
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"If we can do away with boxes, wo can do away
with wrinkles," thought we then we invented
the "Bag" system of delivery.
When a garment has passed our many "in
spections," it is hung on a neat hanger then
suspended in a bag big enough to hold it without
wrinkling it then the bag itself is suspended from
the top of a delivery wagon tall enough to permit
of such suspension.
Better Cleaning, Too!
TO PLANT : : :
Not forpottlng RadlshPB, Lft
ture. Onions, Carrots, Paronlrs,
Boots and Parsley.
Sweet Teas should bo sown
at once. Also the lawn re
NEED ANY? : : :
Ifll.l Howard Street, Omaha,
Phone Douglas 12(11.
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When the "Bag" is delivered to your homo
you remove the garment keep the hanger give
the bag to the delivery man and there you are.
with a piece of apparel like new without a fold in
its entire surface.
The cleaning, pressing, renovating, and restor
ing of clothes dono here, is SO perfect, that we
couldn't think of having the pleasing effect spoiled
upon delivery that's why we invented the "Bag
System of Delivery."
Express paid one way
shipments of $3.00 or over.
Send for Catalogue.
Telephone Tyler 1300 or Automatic A-2225
2211-13 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
Tor tha convanlsnca of tha pnblio wa bars satabllahad a branch ag-sncy at our tail
oring' aatablishmsnt at 151S rarnam St., whsrs olaanlna- and dyeing; work may b
left or called for, If desired.
Will You Continue
to ro where you net unsat
isfactory lunches or will
you break away from It and
come to us
If you're particular about
Coffee If you like a gen
erous cut of well filled,
thoroughly baked pastry
tempting Roast lluef or
Chicken Sandwiches, and
other appetizing and quickly
served dishes, we know a
trial will prove that we are
making Kood.
The Boston Lunch
1612 Farnam
1408 l'nriiam
110(1 Douglas
S -
When the doctor says:
"Eat healthier food,"
He means
"Plenty of Sundgren's
" Malted Milk Bread."
and lOo per loaf.
790 Booth 08th Bt.
Phones: Barnay 3S88J Xnd. A-3817.
Fresh Every Day at Your Orocer a.
Bronchial Trocheo
r.p dependej upon to relieve rore Throst
HnrmrgM. Coughlna Spells snd all lunir aflSe
tiH h,v do" hls for half a ceaturT
Absolutely harmlees-cwuin noo"!,iafr
Price, 25c. BOe aad 1 1.00. Sample fr.
Jojm I. Brra A ,B B,on. M..
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ink 61 "Geo.
"MickeV popularized bicycles in
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100,000 Records
here, a3 well
as the largest
western stock
ol machines,
aad repairs
16th aad atarney
Oiaaaa, Men
this section of the west a
decade ago today he is
making the "Victrola" the
greatest prized, most talked
of, best enjoyed musical jn
strument in a modern home
"Mickel- predicted the Bicycle cruie yearn
ago; TODAY ha predlcta that there will be a
"VICTHOL.A" In ctuzens of homes in every block
within five years.
The sooner YOU get a VICTltOL.A" the sooner
YOU taste the Joy of real home living; and en
joyment; why wait until VIOTltOLAB" become
as common as pianos; why let yourss remain a
dull, listless home where one "gazes o'er the
wall" when mealtimes are o'er; no music, no
cheer. Just one round of work.
The V1CTKOLA," us you must know, Is an
enlarged. Improved, refined edition of the "VIC
TOH TALKING MACHINE." and Victors" are
known wherever the ulphubet is known.
YOU have stores of grand operas at your
command, in an Instant if you possess a "VIC
TBOI.A," while your ancestors had to Journey
to some far distant city to hear music not so
YOU have mirth, song, quip. Jest, frolio and
even serious lectures or sermons within arm's
length; your ancestors didn't, for they had no
You may own a "Victro
JaM for $75, $100, $150 or
$200, hut your ancestors
couldnt have bought one
for a million,
"George H Mickel will ship a "VICTROLA"
nywhtu-e and everywhere on KIIEE TKIA1
records and all; he will arrange payments to
come due as you earn the money; hi will afford
ycu 'a special private "VICTKOLA" recital any
time; he will send literature and catalogs ex
plaining plana and prices to those living out of
Is there ANY reason why YOU shouldn't get
interested right uowT
Mickel has a
new 'Tree Test
Graduate! Pay
ment Plan."
Just write or
ask for It and
say: "Plan A."
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CooaoU aiiUfs.