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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1913.
HEW YORKS SLAUGHTER SOXl
M&gee (St Deemers 2nd Semi-Annual
Bock O'Brien Hit go Hard He is Ke
'lieved by White,
LATTER GIVEN SAME TREATMENT
F3D 3 NT C1 "IT1 Q S T IT
v.i 1 1 i n rv n 1 11 vJLi f 1 1
Yonks Pile Up Seven Rnn Bnfor
Sinn neUretlj Smith to Rescue
mill Prevents Fnrther
CHICAGO, July ll.-New Tdrk played
a slugging game today and defeated Chi
cago. 11 to 1. Buck CDflen, the forme
Boston twlrlcr. made hl debut In a Chi
cago uniform and was hit so ljard that
he had to retire In favor of White. With
Whlto pitching the game becamea farce
the visitor scoring aeven nine before a
man was retired. C. SmUh was ant to
the rescue and ho had little difficulty in
preventing N4w York from scoring, The
local were saved-'irom a shutout when
doubles by 'Chase and Bodle netted a lone
tcorc. Keating almost Invincible,
Callahan's men getting tlvo hits, only
two of which were bunched. Cree hit
tho ball over1 the loft field fence for a
homo run with the base full. Score:
ntw mine. micAao.
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ZdtlVr, It.. I 1 I I OltMle. ,.... 4 1 I S 1
J. Smith. J J e J Otcbtlk, C....I 0 1 t 0
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weaver, si,. 9 v i z
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White, p.... ( I t O f
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Batted for O'Rfian in tho fifth.
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Chicago ,0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Two-baoo hits: Hartsoll. Three-bane
hit?: Daniel, Chase, Dodle. Homo run:
Cree. lilts: Off O'Brien, 8 In five In
ntngs; off White, In no Inning; off C,
Smith,, S In four Innings. Bacrlflce hits:
J. Smith (27, Wolter. Stolen bases: Cree,
Pccklnpaugh, Kuhn (2), Lord. Double
playn: Weaver to llathj Rath to Weaver
to Chare. Left on biues; New York,
Mr Chicago. 8. Base on bulla: Off
O'Urlnn, S; off Keating ,3; off White, 1;
off C. Smith, -1 Hit by pitched ball!
By Keating' (Weaver,) by White (Zeldcr.)
Struck out: By Keating, 6 by C Smith,
f Wild pilch: Keating. , Timet 2;M,
umpires: Evans and Sheridan.
Uoeliltncr Win. tit Ninth
DETROIT, Mich., July 11. Detroit er
rors helped Pitcher Joe Boehllng to hie
ninth straight victory today, Washington
Winning tho last sr&mn nt tha mrrlrn. fi to
X In only two innings was the young
iv.u.l"uer unswauy. in tno secona lie
4hlt Veach with the ball and Stanage
solved his delivery for a three-begger,
,, giving Detroit Its .first TUn. In the fifth,
.after Stanage slrfeled, Boehllng walked
High and Louden.' fllllnk thn hn Pnhh
who his been out of the gam because ot
his Injured knee, batted for House and
struck out Bush followed with a sacri
flea fly, which acored manage.
Wlllott. who atnrted nliehlns- t rt.
iron, wm lneuccuve. Tn
one In the second tnnlnd v
a past, took second on an out ami tnlllwi
on Henry's single. In the third Morgan
walked) and Ifoiter singled, Milan hit to
wlllett and Louden, who covered first,
muffed the pitcher's rather poor throw,
two runst crosslnjr the plate and Milan
reaching third. WlllCtt hit Calvo with
the ban end then retired In favor bf
ML1n Bcred on an infield out
Xh4 BenaWrs'' fljrnl run In tho fifth In.
nlnx resulted from Oandll's single, an In
IteW out and Vltt's wild throw. 8cor:
WASHrNOTOK. . DETItOlT.
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Begins Saturday Morning, July 12th
Lasts One Week Only
We expect this short, effective, value-giving, event to attract the intelligent and discriminating men of Omaha men who buy clothes '
not on the basis of price alone, but who consider also the quality, the style and the tailoring of their clothes as well as the price. If you've :
been "saled" to death if your belief in such a thing as legitimate merchandising is wavering then here is one place and one'event where .
your faith will be restored. 1 . .
A short, legitimate campaign extending to all departments Clo.thes, Furnishings, Straw Hats our regular dependable high-quality
stock, without a dollar's worth of goods bought expressly, for sale purposes. Discounts. of 10, 15, 20 and even 25 -per 'cent from prices that"
Bear in mind that this is our first summer season in Omnha and, therefore, every article in stock is absolutely now and fresh in stylo. Tho''. .
rf .riginal prica tickets or labels remairn'oh every item, and our regular guarantee of quality and satisfaction is in full force and! effect the same as -y
it we were selling at regular prices., , - " " .' .
Wo ctmnot impress -upon you too strongly the high- charaotor both of our merchandise and of the methods which govern this .sale.'. You are ''f
sure to profit if you qttond. Come during tho first few days if you can, and make it Saturday if possible I , M , ,
We &086 Saturday at 9 P. M.
The visitors scored
ig when Calvo drew
Our- ontlr'atock of Kensington, Kdnmor & 1. Syatom suits for spring
and Bummor, Including blUo Barges, fancy worsteds and staples all aro re
ducod tn prlco. There are many lines where but oho or two .suits of a
pattern remain just kb thoroughly dependable in quality and workman
ship as any suits In the house yet we offer them now at
The romajder of our entlro stocks at discounts of 10 15 nnd 20.
Odd TrousorB (except whlto serges) that sold at f 2 to ? 7.50 now
20 Off. '
Our carefully selected stock of domestic and Imported straw, hats
Including both Panamas and sailor shapes. No finer qualltlos or' more, j
exclusive styles in men's hoadwear have been ehown in Omaha $2 to '$10 -:
SIIIRTS A wldo .assortment of handsome summer negligees told -cuff a ...
-. and soft collars to match rich patterns in silk, sillc and ''linen and
. ?4.50' Shirts S3.15 ?2.00 Shirto..". . i . . !. . . .1.35
?3.00 Shirts 1.95 I1.B0- Shirts.. . 1,15
$2.50 Shirts..,. . 1,65 ?1.00 BhiftS'tregular cuffs) 70ei
NECKWEAlt Many of our regular 60c quality oponnd silk four-ln-hands,
. batwlngs and cummer wash cravats, now. . . i . . .35 or 3 for SI
SUIT OASES AND BAGS Our new and complete stock of ' hTgh-grado ;
'leather1 traveling bags and suit casos priced close in the' first in
stance now 4.', -15 Off
HANDKERCHIEFS AND GARTEItS PurO linen, full size handkerchiefs',
c or '...' 65
All linen, initialed, breast-pocket handkorchlets, 2 5o quality, now X7tk!
All of our 2 Be pad garters at , '-ITti
MAGEE & DEEMER
413 South Sixteenth Street.
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patted tor House in Vft tS 1 7l 5
ISa!!fS lQT Vlden ninth,
!Btted for Lalto In the ninth.
Washington . 0 ltoioOOH
Detroit j,.,,., 0 I 0 0 I 0 0 0 0-1
r.'.'l6 .h,u Stanage. , Hits: ' Off
Wlllett. 3 in two ana one-third inning;
off House,. S. In two an4 two-thlrds Tnl
iHB; on JKe, s in four lnnlnjs. Kaerl
loe hit; Milan. Sacrifice flvi Hush,
noian bnae: fltanAjre. nnnlii. ni.u,
Bush to Louden to aiUner, Left on bases:
1ms. 4, Tlmo: l:M.
MARiGCH.D-WlNS OHIO STAKE
Cftrries Off Big Event in Straight
Heats with Apparent Ease.
TOP" eQEEHS TAKES HRST
Falrlr X,lffa Bertha Cnrey Unaer
Wire n Victof li tho SUB-.
Evelyn W. Loses to Dan
u 7; uotroit, 9. buh on
',. Vli VJ ett.sl oft, "oshllng. . Hit
itched ball: I if U'lllHIt rnlvm hJ
iff. Veach. Struck out: llv lloh.
JIokiue DefeMt Num.
.CLSSVBLAND, O., July ll.rPhllalelphU
tnauo.il iwo am oi uiree xoaay, aereatliiK
Clovelond, it to 8, Bender hod Cleveland
at his merer until the seventh, when he
sed up and allowed hits, which netted
flv runs. ICtthlpr wu driven frorrt tho
bo in the sixth, tho Athletics having
then scored eight runs. Dhuidtng, who
finished In the bojt, ib poorly supported
,the tost three Innings, Sates at third
fctue. Ieibold In ceaterftald and SaMler
csytchlng. Files to left field were numer
ous. Oraner EetUhS a.evea and Oiarlnir
!. Scores , .
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Cleveland 0 JS 0 0 ft 0 .1 4 05
Phlladolphlaj.v.l-S 0 0 0 ft 0 0-U
Two-b& hits: Oraney. Loiole. Harry.
StrunK. Thfe'.haiit hits: Schsng, Mc
JrinlM, Barry. Jackson. Sacrifice hitt
Oldrlng. gacrlflee t)f , Bender. Stolen
crpny. ims: oif Jtauier. m
6 In three nnd two-third inntnera. Baire
on cau-r. Uit, nam or. z; .oil iJianainri li
r"M f f i'4ivijfru Mailt Jt
;Tvahler (E.. Murohy.) fcHruek outs By
BJandlng.!: Bender, S, Poseed ball)
.jjsjuer: who Mien: .sender. Left on
bases: Olevofand. : Phlladelohla. 5.
Time i-.flo. Umpires: CpntMlly and Mc
feT. IOOIK. July ll'Jr 'Jii. ftt,
lead In th first toning that Boston could
not overcome, and won. the final game of
the series by the ear nf s th i t.
vUttors' Ions -tally in the first 'rahlng
LWI. And IIAlnninn' rrnr
i AH. L?.UJ1 ?ro.Tr Wedlent -ott the mound"
"n'P ypen tney eoored roup
i"i inree puses singles ty shottpn
ttxl Johnston an AvneWa daubin.
aSn. tni ."SMrh Jl'un?. doubles by
Brief ad WlllaWs 'nkte another run!
The locals Heldtmr. wlthrtn.-s &iVafrat'
fJmef was WSX-. Anncw. with a double.
CLBVtetD. O., July ll.-.WIth np-
paredt ease, Marigold, Iiodney drivintt.
carried off tho Ohio stake, today's bier
event. In straight heats. The veteran
Joh" Oeers, wfto untH today had not
won a heat, today took first In tho
championship- pacing sweepstakes and
the 3 ilS trot. Btetbrlno Lad. a strong fft-
vorlto In tho 1:14 pace, renalaHhe confi
dence of his supporters by taking tho
event In straight heats. The? real contest
was between Ellsworth R and tsaao B,
as I Rodnoy Seemed to bo able to land
Stelbrfno Lad in 'front with ease. In the
third heat, Murphy nosed out Isaac B,
with Slrathstorm. and captured fourth
nrrnks nt Flrxt Qsartor.
The blffgeat flld that has faced tno
starter so far, scored for the )3,Q0Q Ohio
stake for 2)10 trotters. A dosen horses
were Given the word for the first heat.
In a driving finish, Murphy sent Marl
gold across a winner, -two lengths ahead
of Tommy Horn, the favorite. In the
tecoitd heat Tommy Horn got away In
front, but at the head of tho stretch
and won handily. The third heat was a eu.. juiy it.iDPecm iee
rnlltlan. &rHrrnM wlnntnsp M tulttncr I BTaW.) ThO AUOUm races Came to a
first money, and Tommy Horn, on whom 01080 today having bevn favored with
Four Will Play the
Semi-Fmals for Golf
Title of Iowa Today
DBS MOINES la., July., U.-Pour Des
Moines golfers, James W. Hubbell, of the
Qolt and Country club; Ralph H. IUdor,
William M.' Bheohan and Roland O. Har
rison, the last three from th Hyperion
Field and Motor club, Will meet tomor
row In the semi-final round for the ama
teur golf championship of Iowa, as a re
sult of their brilliant victories yesterday,
Playing a consistent game. In brilliant
form, Miss Jennie Jones of Slous City de
feated Miss Alma Hammer, of the Grand
View club, Dub Moines, In today's play
ot the women's tournament, six up and
four to play. Tomorrow she will meet
Mrs, W. F. Moore, of the Wavelahd club,
Des Moines, to" decide the state cham.
plonshJp, The results In today's championship
J, W. Hubbell, Des Moines, beat A
M, Bartiett'. Ottumwa, two up. .
R. II. Rider, Des Moines, boat M.'Mar?
tin, Des Moines,' twelve up and eleven t6
W, H. Sheehan. Des Moines, beat Dr.
E. & porr, Des Moines, eight up and
seven to play
R, O. Harrison. Des Moines, beat K.
Lindsay, Cedar Rapids, six up and flva
MINNIE CHIMES-FIRST IN
AUBURN FREE-FOR-ALL PACE
High School Lad Makes veteran
Tennis flayer Exten Himself,
YOUTH 0 APT HUES FIRST SET
Adam nnd StcCnscno Will Meet
ratter and Scrlbne In, Doubles
Todnr nnd Hope -tb rut VP
Match IMar Denliles. .
Adams and McCague beat Fernald and
Negley, 6-3, C-X
Powell and McConnolI beat Larjnon and
Larmon, 6-2, 8-4. '
Howe and Offut beat Fernald and Ncg-
ley, 6.2, -0,
anlehen and Saulrcs beat Koch and
Swai-U, W. O.
Van Camp and Powell beat Farrell and
FarreU, 8-6, J-8, e-S,
6. ST0VALL MAY GO FROM
ST. LOUIS TO TOLEDO HENS
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many had placed their hopes and money,
finishing far back. Nearly all the bet
tef known drivers In the country -han.
died a horse In this race.
"Pop" Jeers, the dean of Grand cir
cuit, relnsmen, landed his first heat win
ner In tho meeting In the 1:16, Bertha
Carey taking thA first heat when Ino
Jay. who had led! all the May, tired In
tlw stretch. jf '
Bertha Carey ltfoke at the first quarter
in, the second heat, but soon settled and
began to out down the lead of Major
Russell, the favorite. Tho crowd cheered
Itself hoarse when Oeers fairly lifted Ber
tha Carey1 under the wire a winner.
Bvtlytr v, winner of the champion
ehlp pacing sweepstakes last year, lost
the deetdlng heat of that event today to
Don Deasmort in one of the most thrill
IPS , f lplshas of the jneetlng, As heat
winners, these. wo wero left to race the
intra neat, tsveiyn w lea unui ue last
o.u"arfer. when Don Denantoro Ijegan to
creep up and flashed under the- wire,
winner, by a nose, After winning the first
heati Don Denrmore broke in the stretch
In th second and waa still pawing the
air when Rvelyn W went under the
wire. Independence Boy's time' of' JtoiH
for the event, made In 1911, still stands,
as the fastest time today waa J'M"4.
Ideal weather, a fine track and good at
Pace. I'M class, purao JI00: Charlie C,
by Symbol Patch (Seeley), first; Oamleaf,
by dambetta Wilkes (Neai). second;
Baron Bowles, by Baron Wilkes, Jr.
(Owen), third, Best time. 1:1U.
Free-for-all pace, purse f 400: Minnie
Qhlmes. by Council Chimes (McVey),
first: Robert II., by Ueamef Monflra
(Loughiin). and Roy WUKea, by Eye De
light (Lowen), tied for second; Jacklri, by
rat uaione isanamge;, tnira
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tM 'iif tox aUr in the etahth.
ft 4ui, 4 0 C 0 0 4 I 0 -g
atMe: off letwrd. ? ttt sta an4 eae-thlnl
taniaca. isuerMUw bKi aKb2W aJSS
f Aivf. IWW plays: WHUams
ll'.'PJJ.fT ii & Hamilton, J,
Struck om By MagHos, 4; by Bedtfcnt.
tttM ana 30gn.
RAILROAD OWNERSHIP OF
UTAH FUEL CO, IS ILLEGAL
WASHINGTON. July U.-?toe Inter
state Commerce commtsMofl today held
that the Denver & Rio Grande railway's
ownership of the Utah Fuel company and
Its apmpetltion commercially In Interstate
foal markets was in violation of thevcoro
mod Hies clause of the Interstate com
merce taw. The Department of Justice
may take up the case.
Three-year-old trot, purse IJ00; Tres
neln, by Baron Direct (Bartell), first;
Isaac It. by Alblngton (Thompson),
second; Allerton Heir, by Alienor.
(Reader), third. Best time. 1:SJH-
Five furlongs, purse $100. Archie
Bowen, first; Bint, seconds Minnie Colore,
third. Best time, 1:3.
MURDERER TO BE BROUGHT
BACK TO NEBRASKA CITY.
BURUNGTQN. Kali.. July H-Wes-sages
from the authorities at Nebraska
City. Neb., tended to confirm the confes
sion alleged to have been made yester
day by FUHer Shell pnberger. who Is In
Jail here, to the effect that be had
kilted, two men In Nebraska. Shellen
berger Is to be returned to ' Nebraska
The Nebraska authorities said the
killing of two men near Nebraska City
several years ago never had been ex
plained. The men were M. R. Leonard,
a stranger, and J. Bahaud, a French
tnan of Julian, Neb.
AMATEUR TEAM WANTS A
BALL GAME FOR SUNDAY
The S. A. C.'s are wltfcout a game tor
Sunday. Any class B team wishing a
game should call Dougtak tut. between
T and V .p. Kb, aaa ask 4ar Kg Kraadtw
8tubbornIy contesting every point and
playing the best game ot Ws career, Joe
Adams went down to defeat at the hands
of Cub Potter, former city champion, in
the city tournament yesterday. Adams'
youth and lack of experlenos. told against
him. He was enable tb time his shots
and made errors In judgment, while the
court generalship of Potter waa of tho
Joe played Cub tn' a standstill In tho
first set, the score going to-. He made
some ot the prettiest shots seen on the
Field club courts' this year driving force
fully and accurately and preventing Pot
ter from placing his return.
In the .second set Potter began to plan
his shots, and by virtue ot clever gen
eralshlp that wpuld rival that of any
tennis expert In the country, he made
his shots to the corners and sidelines,
where .It was impossible to reach them.
Another weak point In tha high school
youth's play of which Potter took ad
vantage la hut service. Adams has never
acquired a successful serve, and when
he attempted to hit tho ball bard could
not keep the ball in the court. As a ro-
suit he waa forced to lob his second serve,
whlcji Potter would then lawford back
to swiftly tnat tno iaa couia noi return jr. f NEW YORK. July ll.-Presldent Lynch
Adams had little ainiCUlty Wltn rotters nf tha National lwurue. In refustn to
service, as most ot the other players have ) upnoja tUe protest flletf by tho Chicago
hw. -v- --- ...... . C1UQ ,n inn camn Tvirn hl uiuii. riunciu v.
strong introduced here at the national i Jply 6 aenQUnces the- practice ot team
tourney, and has bocoroe 'almost as adept mansjiera entering Into agreements to
TOLEDO, O., July 11. It was reported
hwc tonight that George Btovnll, man
ager ot the St Louts American league
club, will be the leader of the Tole.lo Mud
Hens hero next season. Colonol Bob Hed
ges, owner ot thi Browne, It Is said, will
hand the veteran first baseman his walk.
Ins papers at the end of tho American
league season next fall and will scout
around tho country for a new manager,
Charley Somers, president of the Cleve
land American league club, and also.
owner of the Mud Hens, has notbeen
satisfied with the work of Topsy Hartsel,
the present manager ot Toledo, and will
try to get Stovall's signature attached to
a 10U contract at the end of the season.
Toledo now has one ot the best hitting
clubs In the American association, and
with a fighting manager Handling the
team, the Hens should be close to the top
of the league. Hartsel played with. Con
nie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics before
coming to Toledo two years ago.
ROMANIA DRAWS THE SWORD
Declares War on Bulearia,-. and
. Troops Cross Frontier.
GREEKS GAIN GREAT VICTORY
tn using It as Armstrong', himself.
Will Meet AkoIu In Doubles.
Adams will get another chance at Pot
ter today when be and his partner, Mo.
Cacue, will meet Potter and Scrtbner tn
the doubles. The younger team cherishes
no hope ot winning, but it does assert
that U will make tha title holders extend
Adams and McCague played Fernald
and Negley in the doubles immediately
following the final round, and. although
Adama was fatigued, he and McCague
disposed ot their opponents In short or
der. McCague and Adams are. playing a
fine game. Their team work is unet
celled. and the younger set of players
look for them to make a good' showing In
the big national tournament beginning
Powell and McConnell took the Larmon
boys Into camp in tha doubles and wilt
play the other matoh In the strnMlnaU
today against Kennedy and Madden.
Powell and McConnell are favorites, but
It Is not thought that they will be able
to beat either McCajtuo and' Adams or
Potter and Scrtbntr.
Today all matches will be played with
the exreptlon of the challenge round In
the singles and the finals in the doubles.
The challenge match and the doubles
finals will be played Saturday afternoon.
It Scrlbner and Potter aro defeated today
the challenge round In tha doubles will
aso be played Saturday afternoon. Jte
tulu: Match PUr Slna-lc.
Cub Potter beat Joe Adams. -,,-.
stop play .at certain hours In Order to
catch early trains. Ho saldt
"This practice has grown Into an abuse,
grossly unfair to the pubjlo and In viola
tion of the spirit of tho playing rUles.
Umpires will hereatter observe no agree
ment of such nature, -except It be abso
lutely necessary tn order to allow one
hour to catch tha ,1a st train by means ot
which either team can reach next sched
uled point on time."
CHICAGO, July la-No more games at
the Chleago National leaguo grounds will
be curtailed to allow a team to catch a
train, according- to on order today by
Sofia Opvernmentt.Korced hy Failure
of Plan to Drive Wedfft Between
Opposing; Arnlea, a Ap
peal to Powers.
LONDON, July 1L-Tha king of Ru
mania has declared war on Bulgaria.
Tho Rumanian minister at Sofia has
been recalled. The Sofia correspondent
ot the Times sends this announcement
early this morning.
Rumanian troops began to cross the
Bulgarian frontier at 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, according to late advices re
Rumors were published in Berlin, and,
according to the Dally Telegraph's cor
respondent at Athens, were current there
that" Genearl ivanoff, "with 60.0U0
Bulgarians, was forced to surrender'
near Demlrhlssar, where fighting waa
proceeding for the possession of a rail
way bridge over the Struma river.
Official dispatches from' Athens report
that continued pursuit ot the Bulgarians
and a desperate battle In the passes of
Mount Bellssl and on the road from Dot
ran to Strumltza resulted .In complete
victory for the Greeks and the rout of
the Bulgarians. ' "
The end ot a rortnlght'a desperate
fighting finds Bulgaria forced to appeal
to the .powers to arrange peace. The
Bulgarian plan to drive tt wedge between
the Greek and Servian armies In the
neighborhood of .Ghevgbell has com
pletely failed. The last reportJ of the
fighting received from Athens tonight
show that the Servians and Greeks at
this point are combining their forces,
while the Rumanian army is beginning
an Invasion ot Bulgaria.
WASHINGTON, D- C. July . ll.-The
American Red Cross has been 'appentod to
for aid In relieving the sick and wounded
In the Balkan war, Tho American con
suj at Salonlkl today cabled the Red
Cross society as follows:
"Ten thousand wounded eoldljra in
Salonlkl. Amerlean missionaries wish to
open hospital and appeal for funds, Ur
ent need for nurses and doctor."
CLEVELAND TEAM MEMBERS
JOIN PLAYERS' FRATERNITY
NEW YORK July tt-Slxteen members,
of the Cleveland base 'ball, team ot the
American leagu'e joined the Base Ball
Players fraternity. President Davtd L,
Futa announced the list or new members
to be as follows:
Fred B landing, Raymond Bates, Fred
Carlech, Raymond Chapman, Frederick
Falkenberg. Dean Gregg. Joseph Jackson,
Wilbur Johnson, George Kabler. a rover
Land, Napoleon Lajote, William Mitch
ell, Ivan Olson. Steve O'Neill, John Ryan
and William Steen.
The addition of the Cleveland club
players gives the fraternity repreeecta.
tlon In every club of the twq majoi
leagues and a membership trifle la ex
cesa of 400.
Lawja Swings at Less
Than Cost to Make
W-KS buys a regular Is, heavy f-paasen-ger
lawn swing, eight feet high, eight
foot base, five and a half feet wide,
thlrty-one-tnch seat, well made, well
bolted, well braced, painted red. tt93 buys
a porch or low lawn swing; can be used
on either porch or lawn, base four and a
nair. oy nve feet, standards and base
made of heavy Wood,, painted red, well
bolted; seats and back made of oak.
natural finish, seats thirty-one Inches
wide. Either ot these swings can be set
up In a tew minutes. Mail us your order
wiui snipping- instructions, j. zoiier Mer
cantile Co., 100-102-1M.103 Broadway.
wm.vm,i:, 4. .in io select a
.Floor Walker-Yes, madam. James
show the lady to the crockery depart-
Second CustomerI wish to select a
Floor W1''' Y, madam George,
show the lady to the brio-a-brae depart
ment .V Va.W WVtr
Bushelsof Flies; : ;:;r
Thero are 15,000 flies In a solid quar
that Is if they are all big and fat aa
they are. in Council Bluffs, where ther
gef plenty to eat, or BOO.OOfl in a bushet
They can bo trapped at the rato of
ouny a weea ,jr ue right kind ot a
snare 'Is used, and If every family and
business establishment In the city used
the proper device between 100 and 20,099
bushels, of files could be harvested In, the
city each "Week during the active fly
time. - .
These figures and deductions are tha
result of experiments conducted by B
B. King and H. J. BubJlts of the'Wood
rlng Undertaking company. Mr- Bub.
HU has been making some huge fly
traps that will hold about three bushelsi
each. The traps are placed, at- tho street
curb. The Insects crawMn from the uni
der side and enter the trap through aa
Inverted tunnel. Two experimental trap
were placed pa. .the sidewalk last Saturi
day morning and yesterday a bushel of
deadfllea was taken from each. The traps
wero again placed in position and last
evening each contained half 'a p?Ck at
fresh victims, ' , j
It has been demonstrated that 'this
rate of slaughter exceeds the birth fat
by more than two to -one. .
An Occasional Visitor.
pmti".1- houfekeepor of the past gen
eration, before the days of screens, Tiad
i.llnoune.p'.'w,ln decision tfit sho
never had any tiles.
llmW, nt Augusta,'- faltered tha
.Jnjd y'eJtora, "It seems to mo that I
ea!?va few" in e dining room."-
those," replied her aunt, with a
m!1tlc wave or the band, "wero the
neighbors' filea. They will come In occa,
elonally. But t was saying, wo neve?
have any ot our own." National Monthlyj
I Smooth as ijourSkin 1
1 Llsla25Cts. Silk50Cts. I
1 In Shops Everywhere 1
George Frost i Eo-m) Boston
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