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'HIE BEE: OMAITA, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1013.
BED SOX TAKEJHE SERIES
bake Clean Sweep of Four Games by
TTTf ? T 1. t TT .
yi inning xruuuic-jneaaer,
'BLANK OHICAQOS IN FIRST ONE
Content n I)nrl of IHtchrrn Iletirern
Scott nml Fontcr Three Pltch-
era on llnnil for Vtntton
III, I In Second Bnttle.
BOBTON, July . Boston made a clean
irwee pot the four-pnuie series with Chi
cago by winning a double-header from
the visitors today, the first game, 2 to 0,
and tho second, S 'to S.
The first contest was a pitchers' battle
between Scott and Foster. The latter
twlrler held Chicago to four scattered
Jilts. Boston scored 111 the fourth Inning
on Gardner's single and Bngle'n triple
and In the sixth the home team's other
run was made on a double by Hooper
and Speaker's single.
In the second game Chicago used three
pitchers, but all of Boston's runs were
'cored off O'Brien, who until a few weeks
ago Was a member of the local tenm.
.O'Brien's wildncBS and numerous errors
by Chicago lntlelders were responsible for
JLhe most of the five runs made by Boston.
: Chappello wrenched his knee In running
lo first and had to retire from tho second
ame. Bcore. first game.
but the game was called before he hod
a chance to pitch the ball. Score:
Mnrph?, rt. S 1 1 0 lnuth, 1 I
WJ.h, It.. S 1 t 0 Oruumin. tbl I 1 1
Collini, lb.. 4 2 S OCMVterd, lit I t I I
lltker, 3b... I 1 1 0 OCoff, cf ... t 1 0 0 1
Mclnnlt, lb. 4 I 8 0 Olllsh. t.... 0 0 0 0 0
Btrunk. ef.. 4 110 0'Mk. If... 4 000
lurry, m... 4 0 1 OOaleer, lb.. 4730
ltV. e 1 Z t 1 OMeKf. e... 4 0 S 0
Brown, p... 4 0 0 1 OMwIirtr. hi 1 1 fo
DtuM. p. . . 1 0 0 1 J
TCU1K.....R II J7 1 limits, p. . 0 0 0 1 0
ToUU.....m" M 11 4
Detroit ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Philadelphia 0 2 1 0 3 0 1 1 -s
Two-base hits: Collins, Mcllnnes. Three
base hit: Iapp. Hits: Off Daush, 7 In six
Innings; off House, 6 In two Innings. Sac
rifice hit: Collins. Sacrifice fly: Baker.
Double plays: Bnumiin to Bush to Gainer;
Barry to Collins to Mclnncs, Lett on
bases: Detroit, 7; Philadelphia, 7. Ba:us
on balls. Off Uauss, 1; off House, 1; off
Brown, 1. First base on errors: Detroit,
1. Struck out: By Dauss, 4; by House, 1;
by Brown, 1. Wild pitches: Dauss, 2.
Time: 1:50. Umpires; Hlldebrand and
Hooper, rt.. 4
wli. It.... I
Oartmr. lb I
EMiilt. lb... 1
(Vuntr, " l
Thomu, e.. S
yitter, p.... I
1 OChitrcelle. It 4
0 OlUth, lb.... 2
0 0 Darter, 2b.. 1
0 OLord, lb.... 4
0 OCtiro, lb... 4
1 OColllnt. ct.. 4
1 0 Founder, rt 1
1 1 Wearer. . 1
t OKulin, c... I
I Scott p.... 1
ToUls....,:t 7 27 10 l.nem. p..... 0
f Eatterljr ... 1
Rider .... 0
SCOTIA TAKES TWO GAMES
FROM ST. EDWARD TEAM
SCOTIA, Neb., July 29. (Spcclal.)-Sco-tla
defeated St. Edward both gamt-s here
Saturday and Sunday, the former by a
score of 9 to 3 .and the latter by a score
of 4 to 2. St. Edward threw up the
sponge In the last half of the sixth In
ning In the first game after being badly
beaten, claiming the umpires wero not
giving them a square deal, though both
wero umpires from on outsldo town.
In the tecond game St Edward got
their own umpire from home, but were
beaten the second time.
The feature of the aecond gome was
Bono's hitting, he being responsible for
both of St, Edward's runs, muk'.ng a
home run and driving In tho other run
with a hit. He made three of the four
DROP IN BOHDSDUE TO PLOT
JIsAdoo Says Low Record of Two Per
Cents Result of Campaign.
CONCERTED ACTION EVIDENT
llrnd of Treasury Department Ad
vlsrn Such Paper lie Not lvt t!
of Ilronuno of Kcnr of Ad
WASHINGTON. July 20. Secretary Mc
Adoo Issued a statement tonight flatly
charging that tho decline of government
t per cent bonos to M a new. low roC
ord wns due "almost wholly to what ap
peared to be a campaign waged with
every Indication of concerted action on
tho part of a number of Influential Now
Ycrk City banks to cause apprchenslo t
and uneasiness about these bonds In or
der to nelp them In their efforts to dc--rent
the currency bill."
Banks throughout the country own al
most entirely $730,52,130 of the 2 per cent
bonds. Their market value today was
approximately J30,000,000 less than when
the banks bought them. Almost all tht
entire Issue Is used us security for na
tional bank notes.
At the present price, however, the dis
ci epancy between tho market value anA
the Issues of notes against tho bonds Is
covered by whnt Is known as the 5 per
cent redemption fund, deposited by tht
banks with the treasury to care for re
tirements of national bank notes.
Secretary McAdoo announced It was
not his Intention to rcQulro the banks to
chaige off tho present depreciation be
tow par, but that tho banks might con-
ttne to put In the bonds at par In their
nothing oecitried to Impair the value of I
1 the 2 if r cent bond, hut tint th. t
amendment already adopted by the bank
ing and currency committee of the houso
enhances tholr Intrinsic worth;
First Because tho banks and alt
other holders of 2 per cent bonds are
given a privilege, not now possessed, of
exchanging the J'i for 3's, without the
circulation rights, at the rate of 5 per
cent per annum of their holdings, present
or hereafter acquired; so long 'as they
do not mnko tho exchange, tliey may re
tain or sell arid buy tho 2 per cent bonds
and exerclso tho circulation privilege at
"Second At the end of twenty years
the government will pay at par and In
terest all 2 per cent bonds which at that
time remain outstanding. In view of the
rct that the 2s have no due date and
nre payable after IS39, only At tht option
of the government, the definite promise
of payment at the end of twenty year
is distinctly beneficial to the holders ot
the 2 per cent bonds.
lilt, irnrnreil bv St. Edward off Dnn
Sautter, who was working In fine form, j Mattments to tho comptroller of the cur-
Selk and Ammerman made all four runs : rency
Totals..... :S 4 ! 10 0
Batted for Rath In the sixth.
I 'Batted for scott in tne cigntn.
i Ban for Bodle in tho eighth.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Boston ... 0 0010100 -2
Two-base hit: Hooper. Three-base hit;
Gnglc. Hits: Off Scott, 7 in seven in
ilngs; off Beniu none In one Inning. 8a
Ifice hit: Scott Stolen bases: Gard
ner, Janvrln. Lef.t on bases: Chicago, 3",
3oston, 3. Bases on balls: OK Scott. 1;
iff Foster, 6. Struck out: By Scott, 6;
v Foster, 7: by Benx. 1. Wild pitch:
Foster. Time: 1:27. Umpires: O'Loughlln
' "Ran for Chappelle In the third. ,
Batted for O'Brien In the seventh.
Batted for Lathrop In the eighth.
bhlcago 0 00000210-3
boston 0 t 0 2 0 2 0 0 -5
l . T 1 T.-rv.- Til f D
, -iwo-oase nus; "v,
bff O'Brien. 4 in six Innings; off Lath-
op, l in one inning; on urm, x 111
nlr.g. uacniice iiy; oijuaati. munu
aj.es: uarrman, rnsie. uuuum
Weaver and Berger. Left on bases: u -
ago, 91 Boston, . uases " "
b'Brlon. 7: off Leonard, 3; off I.athrop,
ofr Benx, l. irai Dase on errura; m
eo. 2; Boston, 3. Struck out: By Leort-
ird, e: by u'ltnon, i, oy ueni, i. "
20. umpires: u Lougnun anu oirawau.
nps Take Both.
NEW YORK. July 19. Cleveland won
he series from Ke-w York, three games
o one, the visitors taking both ecUous
f a double-header today. 6 to 2 and 6
o 3. A heavy rain began to fall In tne
ourth Inning of the second game, but
Impire Dineen compelled the players to
o through the entire nine Innings.
Though outhlt, the visitors won the
irst game .easily, when the scored four
uns in tfio sixth inning. McConnell
elleved Keating In this Inning, with one
un in and the bases full, and Bent two
Cleveland runs over on wild pitches.
Cahlor pitched a steady game and kept
ow York's hits well scattred. Cleve
ind won the second game In one big
nnlng, the fourth, when they scored all
heir runs, xnree runs wero
ichultx ni this Inning, on singles by
ackson, Lajole and O'Nell. Hartxell b
rror on Turner's rap, Turner's steal and
. pass to Graney. O'Neil'B hit struck
chultz with great force on the shin, and
orced him to retire from tho game.
Varhop took his place and after ho
iralked Mitchell, Chapman cleaned up
fith a triple, driving In three runs,
.lltchell gave nlno passes, but the localw
ould not solve his delivery. Jackson's
irork featured both games. In the two
ames he hit a home run, a double and
wo singles, drew a pass, scored four
uns and stole two bases. Score, first
CLEVELAND. NEW YORK.
elbold, cf,. 5 12 0 Ollirttell, 2b t I i t
ilipman, ul 0 Z 4 OWolter, cf., 4 1 Z 0 0
)1oq, lb... J 1 8 2 0 Caldwell, rt 4 2 2 0 0
ackion, rt, 1 1 I t Ol'ecklnpa. aa 1 0 1 10
Jole, 2b... 1 12 1 lKntsht. lb., 3 010
i -urner, Jb.. 312 OCree, If 41400
Iraner, It... 4 12 0 OMIdiltf. lb. 4 0 0 2 0
Tarlach, o. . 4 0 i 0 OSweenej, o. 4 I S 2 0
Uhler p... 10 2 2 OKeatloi, p. 1 0 0 0 1
, ' it'Connell. p 1 0 0 1 0
jr6tiU.....Sl 7 27 12. I'aDnlel ... 0 0 0 0 0
Totala M 27 II 1
Batted for McConnell In tho ninth.
leveland 01000401 06
New York 00010000 12
First base on errors: New York, 1;
Cleveland, 1. Two-base hits: Hartxell,
ree. Home run: Jackson. Sacrifice hit:
'.pklnnauirli. Sacrifice fly: Knight.
ktoien bases: Jackson 12). Craney. Lett
in liimes: New xora. 9. uteveianu. o.
Double Dlay: Turner to Chapman. Bases
)n balls: Off Keating. 3; otf McConnell,
off KahlBr. 3. trucK out: ay iveaiint,
' VxrTnnnnll. 2; h Kahler. 2. Hit
kv nitrhd hall: By McConnell (Lapole).
Wild Ditch: McConnell (2). Hits: Off
Keniinir. s in live ana one-inira uiniriBo.
Iff McConnell. 2 in three an dtwo-thlrds
fanlnes Time: 2:17. Umpires: Egan and
Score, second game:
Batted for Warhop In ninth.
H,..lnnrt 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 06
&e,w York 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 J
' -irir.t ' yas on errors: New York. 1:
-iv.inii . 1. Two.baae lilt: Jackson.
fThree-base hits: Chapman, Llebold. Bao-
1 . .i . I . . CinTn 1 1.1 . Ml ' Pmi(.
Inpaugh, Turner, juukiii, i-eiiun
Klew York, 10; Ctevelapd, !.. Double plays:
Cajole to Olson, Olson to Cliapmun to
Obion. Bases on balls; Otf Schulz, 2; off
RVarhop, X: off Mitchell, 0. Struck out:
fey Schulx. 1; by Warhop, 2; by Mitchell.
tT in. h nltnhed hal : Bv WarhOP,
fcaJole. Hits: Off Schulx. Slnthree in
nings, none out In rounn: oil vvarnop.
In six Innings lime: umiiuco.
pinten and Egan.
Senators Make It Three.
"WASHINGTON. July .-)Vashlngton
l-.ide It three out of the series by win
ning from St. Louis. 2 to 1. It was En
tWi second victory in the series, and In
tho two games St. Louis made but five
hits and scored but once. Leverenx. al
though batted rather freely, tightened
up with men on bases and kept the score
Sown Errors, behind him helped. Wash-
'hlngtonhscoBraedein the first Inning
ntC Moeller's double and Milan's single.
I& the sixth Oandil singled, went to i sec-
for Scotia. Score, first game: Il.H.K
Sootta 0 1 1 6 0 29 9 2
St. Edward 2 0 0 1 0 0-3 6 1
Batteries: Scotia, Orth and Ammer
man; St. Edward, Canine and Adams.
Umpires: Hill and Davis of North Loup.
Bcore, second game; R.H.E.
Bcotla 2 000 (I 101 4 51
St. Edward. ..1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-2 4 2
Batteries: Scofa, Sautter and Ammer
man; St. Edward, Bono and Adams.
WINS FROM COLLEGIANS
GORDON, Neb., July 9. (Special Tlc
gram.) The Nebraska collegians of
Omaha and Gordon played a slxteen-in-nlng
ball game hero today, the final score
being 6 to 4 in favor of Gordon. Tho
game was Interesting throughout as both
pitchers worked out of Beveral very bad
holes. lK)scy for Gordon allowed but
fourteen hits, one a two-bagger, and
struck out six men while Front of the
Collegians was credited with eighteen hits,
one a two and one a three-bagger and
thirteen strike outs. Score:
Collegians ...0 40000000000000 04
Gordon 0 00002020000000 1 5
Battel les: Collegians. Front and Dineen;
Gordon, Losey and Grlswold. Time: 3:00.
FARWELL BEATS ROCKVILLE
IN SHERMAN-HOWARD LEAGUE
Won. Lost Pet.
Farwell 11 3 .785
Boelus 10 6 .625
Rockvllle 8 7 .633
Elba 8 8 .600
Dannebrog 5 8 . 461
Ashton - 1 H .083
Sherman-Howard league results Sun
day July 27:
At Farwell Farwell defeated th
champs Sunday by the score ot 5 to 1
.Tnrnbaen's stick work waa the feattilf
of the game, he Retting two singles and
a single in tnree times up. score: itti.ji
Rockvllle looooooo o-i 6 a
Farwell 004 1 0000 5 10 I
Batteries: Rockvllle, Coulter and
Werner; Farwell, Jacobsen and Petersen.
At Boeius Jisnion, i; uoeius. s.
At Dannebrog Elba. 9; Dannebrog, 10.
DESHLER BATS FOUR MEN
OF DAVENPORT FROM BOX
DESHLER, Neb., July 29. (Special Tel
egram.) A ball game played hero yester
day between Davenport and Deshler re
sulted In a score of 34 to fi in ravor or
Deshler, which batted four pitchers ot
Davenport out ot the box. Attend
Glltner Win, from nine Hill.
GILTNER, Neb., July 29. (Special.)
In the longest and one of the best played
games even seen on the local aiamona
Glltner won a seventeun-Inning contest
from Blue Hill Sunday oy a a to score.
The game was replete with fast fielding
and the pitcning oi Doin Dpeano anu
Luby, tho opposing pltcherB, was of the
highest class, both going tho entlro
route. A large aeiegaiion oi rooiern
from Blue Hill accompanied the visitors
In a special train. Score: R.H.
B. H1U...0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-4 8
Batteries: Blue Hill, Speake and Farn
ham; Glltner, Luby and Luby.
Beaver City tionen First.
BEAVER CITY, Neb.. July 29. (Spe
cial.) The Beaver City Boosters lost to
the Orleans salaried team here this after
noon by a score of 14 to 6. The game
was the first of a series of three games
for a purse of 1100 a game. Score:
Orleans 0 0 0 S 0 1 2 4 214
Beaver City 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 06
Batteries: Orleans. McCoy and Car
roll; Beaver City, Whitted, Byckford and
Warner. BtrucK out: iy mcuoy, iu; Dy
Whitted, 7; by uycitiora. l.
Reifulnr Dividends on Steel.
NEW YORK. July 29. The United
States Steel corporation todav de la ed
Its regular quarterly dividends ot Hi per
'cent on the common stock and li per
cSnt on the preferred stock. The total
earnings of the corporation for the quar
ter ending Juno 30 were 141,219.813: the net
Income for the quarter, 231,920,611 and the
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
at least "until some materinl
change In conditions should compel the
adoption of another course."
In his statement Secretary McAdoo de
clared the 2 per cents were worth par,
t otwithstnndlng their decline In the New
York market, and continued:
Term -It V nf oiinuVri.
"The Idea seems to be that the country
banks, which hold about two-thirds ot
tho 2 per cent bonds, nnd use them - as
tho basis for their circulating notcB, may
be Induced to unite with the New York
City banks In opposition to the. bill if
they cah bo made to believe that tho cur
rency, measure is going to Injure these
bonds and cause losses to tho banks.
This is, of course, unfounded.
"Meantime Jt-ls folly for any bank to
sell government 2 per cents at a sacrlflCH
because of any apprehended legislation
adverse to government bonds, as no such
legislation will result. In tho 124 years
of Its existence the government has kept
faith scrupulously with Its creditors and
it Is not going to change Its honorable
character now. If the necessities of any
bank oblige It to sell bonds at depressed
prices, that, ot course, Is another matttr
a matter solely for the bank to de
termine "Tho secretary said that not only had
A mil Red h- Statements.
"The secrets! y spoke with amusement
of the grave statements sent out from
New York to the effect that It the cur.
rincy bill shall pass and government de
posits nre put In tho federal reserve
tanks, the 2 per cent bonds now used to
Mcurc deposits will be thrown on the
market and their value thereby impaired,
As only 113,900,000 of the 2s out ot a toUl
ot $730,882,130 arc used to secure govern
ment deposits. It can be readily seen how
trivial this is. if these, bonds are not
used to secure deposits they can bo used
for additional circulation.
Nearly all of tho 2s are owned by th
banks. If ,the price is marked down, it
is because the banks themselves are put
ting pressure on the market and depress.
Irg tho valuo of their securities. The
f mi It Is their own. It would seem the
part of good sense nnd good business not
to do ' It. Tho secretary expressed the
hope that the process, if continued, will
not be carried to a point where tho do
partment wilt have to take action.
AlwnyK Nnrrotr Market,
"There Is nnd always has been a nar-
rrw market foi the 2 per cent bonds, Just
as there Is for many Inactive although
high-grade corporation bonds and overy
one knows how'eflsy It Is to put VP r
down the quotations for Buch bonds, espe
dally when a favoring stale of1 mind has
been skilfully created.
"Tho department, because of Its rcla
tlon to tho banks and Its necessarily tm
portant part In the financial affairs of
tho country, has a deep Interest In the
welfare ot the banks, tn the stability oi
the financial situation nnd in a continu
ance of the prosperity now attaching to
agricultural and industrial enterprises and
"For these reasons the secretary sold
that he hoped that the banks would not
consider a suggestion from him Imperti
nent. In many quarters there Is a dls
position on tho part of the banks to re
strict legitimate credits. There Is noth
Ing In the situation to warrant such a
course. The bnnks should not put un-
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Democrat of Committer Allow
Themselvrs Two Wrflm.
WASHINGTON, July 25. Democrats ot
the house banking and currency commit
tee agreed today to allow themselveB
two weeks mora of wrangling over tho
administration currency bill. Two weeks
from today a democratlo house caucus
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Btovall scored St. Louis' only run in the
tourth. After reaching first on i . single,
he went to second when Laporte drpppOl
Watt's fly and tfcored on a single by
" 'Batted for Johnson in the ninth.
Bt. Louis 0 0 2 1 2 ? 2 2 Iti
Washington 1 0000100 0-2
Two-base hit: Moeller. Sacrlrlce hit.
Vllan. Left on bases: St Louis. 4;
Washington. 8. Bases on bals: Off Lev
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Struck out: By Leverem. J; by Kngle. 4.
Passed ball: Alexander. Time: 1:42. Um
pires: Connolly and Ferguson.
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ef a scheduled double-header, but the
aecond game was called In the third In
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home team scored ono run In the second
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topped. Hall and Stanage were the bat
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Ilouck and Lapp for Philadelphia. Aft
the bases bad been filled Ilouck was
taken out and Loau Bush substituted,
an error, reached third on a
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Hot Springs, S. D., noted for lta plunge, batfis and sanitarium
Dead wood and Lead
THE BIG HORN REGION
Sheridan and Ranch-ester, Vyo.
Thcnnopolls, Hot Springs, Owl Creek Mountains.
The Anheuser-Busch main plant and
branches give employment to 7,500 people.
The main plant covers 142 acres, equal
to 70 city blocks. There are 110 separate
buildings, a city tn themselves.
Hundreds of visitors eyery. day go through
with guides to Inspect this immaculate In
stitution. One cannot see It without the convic
tion that quality is an Anheuser-Busch rule.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
The Largest Plant of Us Kind
in the World
Some of the Principal
ANHEUSER-BUSCH GO. OF NEB.
Distributors OMAHA, NEB.
Homeseekors'. Excursions First nnd Third Tuesdayn.
Sookltts Tr "California Zxourslont," ''Sunim.r
Toars of Vootflo Coast," "TUowstoao Park," "Cody
Boaa Into Ttuowstons," "Colomdo-Tr.llowston Toars,"
"Worthwiit Tonr," "dolordo.TJti.h Handbook," "Ete
PMk," ''Big Horn Stsorts," "Sammir Tours Wtit.
crrr ticket office,
'Phono D. 1238.
1502 Fnrnam Street.
Office For Rent
Tho largo room on ground
floor of Beo Building, oc
cupied by the Havens.
White Coal Co.
Nice Farnam street front-
aire. About 1.500 square
feet of floor space with
large vault. Extra en
trance from court of the
Fine office fixtures are of
fered for sale. Apply to
N. P. Fell, Bee office.
for opportunity! create It tor
yourself by Judicious use of The
Beo' a odrertlslng column.
Mads atronK and
well tn a few days
without a lurgtcal
operation or loia ot
time. Our work la
Ifuaranteed. Call or
writ for particular.
Dr. Wruy & Ma.tn
eny. 904 Be Uldic
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