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TTIK BKK: OMAHA, F1U DAY, AUGUST 1, 1013.
VRMIfO WIVD TUTJ CTJfiniin
Make it Two Straight from White
Sox by Another Win.
CALDWELL HOLDS CHICAGO DOWN
Allows llncni)- Fonr Hit, Giving
11 1 in First Vlctnrr of Srnann
Clcottr Knocked Ont of
llox In Fifth.
NEW TOniC. July 31. New Tork made
It tow straight over Chicago, wlnnlnjc the
sccon dgame of the scries by tho score of
S to 1. Caldwell, starting his first game
for New York In weeks, pitched excellent
ball and won his Initial victory of the
eenson, holding the visitors to four hits.
The only run scored by Chicago re
sulted from nn error by Harttcll In the
fifth Inning. Schnlk made an Infield hit
In this Inning nnd Weaver was hit by a
pitched ball. Clcotte forced Weaver at
second, and when Harttcll throw wild,
attempting to make a double play, Schnlk
New York won In tha fifth, when Cl
cotte was 'Knocked out of the box. Hr.rt
xoll'B pass and singles by Woltcr and
Daniels filled the bases with none out.
Pecklnpaugh also walked, forcing In
Hartzcll with the tying run. Scott then
replaced CicoUe, and Wolter scored
when ICnlght hit Into a double play.
Creo's double drovo In Daniels wth the
third run of the Inning.
A catch by Cree against the fence In
the sixth Inning and a catch by Chase of
a bad throw by Weaver In tho seventh
were the features. Score;
CHtCAOO. NEW YORK.
Ritb. ih.... 4 0 0 7 OHirttfll, 1! 11
0 Wolter, ct.. I
0 Danlali, rf.. 4
0 Pecktnp. S
OKnlgfat. lb.. 4
0 Crw. It 1
OMIdklff, SD. 4
0 Sweeney, c. I
0 paid well, p. 1
lb... 3 0 It
Fournler. rt 4 0 0
Dodi, It.... 3 0 3
Collins, ct.. 4 13
Bchalk, c, 3 t 3
Wearer, is.. 10 3
Cleotte. p... 3 0 0
Scott, p 0 0 0
Bitterly ... 1 0
Bmlth, p.... 0 0 0
0 ToUli l 7 27 ( a
Total 10 4 31 It 0
Hatted for Scott In the seventh.
New York 0 0 0 o 0 S 0 0 3
Chicago 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Base on error: Chicago. Two-base hit;
Cree. Sacrifice hits: Weaver. Chasa
Stolen bases: Mtdklff, Pecklnpaugh
Double play: Rath to Weaver to Ohase.
Left on bases: New York, 7; Chicago, 7.
Bases on balls Off Caldwell, 2; off
Clcotte. 4: off Smith. 1. 8truck out: Bv
Caldwell, 5. lilt bp pitched ball: Weaver,
lilts: Oft Clcotte, 4 In five InnlngB, none
out in the sixth; off Soott, 1 in one in
ning; off Smith. 2 in two Innings. Time:
1:57. Umpires: Dlneen and Egan.
Nnp Tnltr Iloth.
BOSTON, July 31. Cleveland put nn end
to Boston's winning streak and took both
games of a double-header today, the first
6 to 2 and the second 4 to 2. Only one
Cleveland player reached first base up
to the seventh inning of the first game,
but In the seevnth and eighth Bedlent
was hit hard and was relieved by Hall
In tho latter Inning. Boston had men on
bases In almost every" Inning, but Falken
berg was affective In tho pinches.
Cleveland batted two Boston pitchers
out of the box In the first Inning of the
second game and scored all Its runs In
that period. Hall then held the visitors
to two hits in eight innings. Although
tne champions made twelve hits off
Blandlng, fast fielding kept the runners
from scoring, except In the sixth inning.
A one-hand running catch by Hooper
In the first game was. a feature. Score,
AU.H.O.A.B. AU. II. u.A.l.
lelbold, ct.. 4 13 1 OJanrrln, 2b. & 1
Chapman, as 4 1 3
Olion, lb.... 4 2 13
Jtckaon, rt.. 3 0 1
Lajote, 2b... 4 1
Turper, 3b.. 3 0 0
Oraner, It. . 3 0 2
Carle.ch, C. . 3 0 8
.mkabarg, p2 0 0
Gregg, p.... 0 0 0
Lellvelt ... 1 1 0
Bates 0 0 0
: nooper, n.
0 Speaker, ct..
, 2 '1 3
. 4 .0 0
. 4 1 10
. 3 0 11
. 0. 0 0
.. 1 0
0 Wagner, .
1 Thomas, o.
0 Yerkra ...
0 Canlgan .
Totals SO 7 37 17 4 Total 30 ( 27 9
Batted for Falkenberg in the eighth.
Run for Lollvelt in the eighth.
Batted for Thomas In the ninth.
Batted for Hall In the ninth.
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 05
Boston 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-2
Two-base hits: Olson, Lellvelt. Hits:
Off Bedlent, C In seven and two-thirds In
nings; off Hall, 1 In one and one-third
Innings; off Falkenbenr, 6 In seven In
nings; off Gregg, 1 In two Innings. Sacri
fice hits: Qraney, Carlsch. Stolen bases:
Lelbold, Bates. Double plays: Lelbold to
"Olson, Chapman to Olson. Loft on basest
Cleveland, 2; Boston, 9. Bases on balls:
Off Falkenberg, 6; off Gregg, 1: off Be
dlent, 2. First base on error: Cleveland,
1. Hit by pitched ball: By Gregg (Lewis,
Wagner). Struck out: By Falkenberg,
8; by Bedlent, 8. Time. 2:10. Umpires:
O'Loughlln and Sheridan.
Score, second game:
llboM. of.. 4 1 0 0 0 Janvrln. 2b. I 0 1 S 3
Chapman, ill 0 I I 0 Hooper, it., t 13 0 0
Olaon. lb... 4 3 19 1 1 Ssealter. ct.. I 2 3 10
Jtckaon. rt.. 3 0 1 0 0 Lewis, It.... 4 0 0 0 0
Lajola, 3b... 3 3 3 3 OOardner. 2b. 4 2 2 0 9
Turner, 3b.. 4 0 0 0 Bngle, lb... 4 300
Oraotr. It.. 4 110 OWagner. as.. 4 3 t 1 0
O'ttfetll, a.. 3 0 3 1 OCarrlgsn, c. 3 0 I 4 0
Blandlnr. p. 3 1 1 4 OMoaeler, p.. 0 0 0 0 0
Ftiater, p.... 0 0 0 0 0
ToUla 31 7 27 It 1 Hall, p 2 1110
Thomas ... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 37 13 27 12
Batted for Hall in the ninth.
Cleveland 4000 0. 0000-4
Boston 00000200 02
Twobase hits: Olson, Engle, Wagner.
Three-bass hit: Hall. Hits: Off Mosely,
3 In one-third Inning; oft Foster, 2 In
two-thirds lnnlne: off HI1. 2 In eight In
nlnns. Sacrifice hit: Chapman. Double
play: Turner to Lujole t oOlson. Lett
on bases: Cleveland. 3: Boston, 10. Bases
on balls: Off Mosely, 1; off Blandlng, 2
off Hall, 2. First base on errors: Cleve
land, 2. Struck out: By Hall, 4; by
Blandlng, 2. Time:' 2:03. Umpire.;
O'Loughllng and Sheridan.
Ilrmvna Detent Mckmn. .
PHILADELPHIA, July SL-A baiting
rally In the sixth Inning, when Baum
gardner and Pratt made doubles and Sto
vail and Balentl singles, enabled St,
Louis to beat Philadelphia today by 4 to
3. The home pluyers got a good start,
but spoiled their chances for a big bunch
of runs In tho first inning, when Baum
gardner caught Eddie Murphy and Baker
oft second. After that Baumgardner was
effective and he was given grand sup
port, especially by Balentl, Lavan and
Austin. The visitors made, six out of
thtlr eight hits count in the scoring and
had only ono man left on base. A run
ning one-hand stop by Collins, robbing
Baumgardner of a lilt, was the best of a
number of fino fielding plays. Score:
ST. LOUIS. PHILADELPHIA.
Shotten, ct.. 4 10 0 OMurphr. rt. 2 0 0 0 0
morall, lb. . 4 2 13 0 0 Btruak, el-. 3 3 3 0 0
Pratt. 3b.... 4 3 3 3 0 Collins, Jb. 2 1 5 6 0
Williams, rt4 1 0 0 OUaker, 3b.. 4 2 1(0
Balentl, If.. 4 1 I 0 0 Mclnnls, lb. 2 114 0 0
Austin, lb... 2 0 2 3 OWalah, It... 3 0 10 0
Aleiandar, et 0 3 1 0 Barry, t 4 0 0 1 0
laran, ...! 0 13 a Lapp, c 4 0 4 3 0
B'mgrdnr, pi 1 H 0.1'lank. p.... 3 1 0 t 0
Totals 39 3 37 17 0' Totals 2t 3 37 13 0
St. Louis 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-4
Philadelphia 2 01000000-3
Two-base hits; Stovall. Baumgardner,
Pratt Sacrifice hits: Strunk, Mclnnls,
Collins (2). Double play: Collins to Mc
lnnls. Left on bases: St. Louts, 1; Phila
delphia, E. Bases on balls: Off Baum
gardner, 3; off Plank, 2. Struck out: By
Baumgardenr, 3; by Plank, 4. Time: 1:45.
Umpires: ' Hlldebrand and Evans.
"Iloehllntr Day" Dlaastrons.
WASHINGTON, July JL-Boehllng was
hit nurd , today and Detroit bad little
trouble winning the opening game of the
series from Wasnlngton, 4 to 1. The de
feat of Boehllng came in the presence of
1.0O) "fans" who came from Richmond,
Vo., his home town, with a band to cheer
him on. The day had been set aside as
"Boehllng day," and the pitcher was pre
cepted with a handsome traveling bag
from some of his local admirers.
Hall pitched shutout ball until the ninth,
when he rared up, and Washington
scored its only run an two successive sin-
Kles by Milan ami Gandil. Detroit never
nuh. ... 4 1 1
nmn. lb. 1 t I
Crawtofd, rt 4 1 0 6
OtN tt .. 4 I 1 0
Vnu-h. It.... Sits
(Miner, lb.. 4 1 IS 0
Stonti. c. 4 1 h 1
Mtrltrtjr. Ibl I I I
Hill. p. S II 0 4
4 1 4 B
5 114 1
4 0 J 1 e
3 1 1 0
114 4 0
4 0 4 3 0
0 UoehllniE. p. 3 0 0 3 I
Total. ...33 11 37 IB 0 Totals ... 4 3 1
Detroit 0 0 0 0-J 0 0 t 04
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Two-base hits: Cobb, Mcllrlde. Craw",
ford. Three-base hit: Hush. Sacrifice
hits: Veach, Hall. Sacrifice fly: Biu
man. Stolen base: Milan. Double plays:
Hall to Hush to Galnor, Foster to Mor
gan to Ortndll. Left on basear Detroit,
4; Washington. 4. Bases on balls: Off
Hall, 2. First base on error. Detroit. 1.
Hit by pitched ball: By Boehllng (Mort
arty). Struck out: By Hall, 4: by Boeh
llng, 4. Wild pitch: Hall. Time! 1:36.
Umpires: Ferguson and Connolly.
O'Neill is Backed
in His Position by
a Sporting Paper
Very complimentary to Norrts "Tip"
O'Neill, president of the Western league,
Is the lead editorial of the Sporting News
In this week's publication. The Sporting
News, the official organ of 'organized baso
ball, commends O'Neill for his action In
discharging Umpire Slgler, not for his
fight with the Omaha players and Pa
Bourke, but for forfeiting the game at
Denver to Denver. Tho editor says there
Is no cause for an umpire forfeiting a
game Unless tho p'fx.ycrs" of one 'team
absolutely refuse to .'lay tho game. The
following Is tha edltcHal.
TIP O'NEILL'S GOOD IDEA.
President Tip O'Neill of tho Western
league. In dlschiirclnir nn timnlrn re-
rectnly, made a point that should bo har-
Keneu to ny an tnoso in authority In
base ball. It was that there can be no
excuse for tho forfeiture of a game of
ball unless one team absolutely rcruses
to contluuo to play, which, necessarily, of
course, makes no other situation possi
ble. The public pays to see a full game,
declares Mr. O'Neill, and In no case shall
It be mado the goat, except under tho
circumstances jMcd-nnd In that case
the penalty on the offending team will
be so heavy that once will bo enough
for that club or manager.
President O'Neill's stand was an
nounced following a row In a Denver
Omuha game at Denver. Umpire Slgler
had ordered an Omaha player from tho
game. The player delayed his going
and the umpire decltred the game for
feited to Denver. Follqwing tho game
Umpire Slgler had a fight with Owner
nourke o fthe Omaha club.
If O'Noll is quoted correctly, he dis
charged the umpire, not for fighting
with a club owner, something that ho
could excuse under the circumstances,
but because ho forfeited tho ball game.
This, in the opinion of O'Neill, consti
tuted a. lack of Judgment and a failure
to appreciate obligations to the public
wiutn uuu pnia to see me contest that
could not bo excused. According to
O'Neill, as loner hr null n
at ball parks and the rules require they
shall be furnished Miey can be called
upon to carry off a rccalcrltont player,
and the league head will attend to the
player s case later. Even should an en-
"fe team need disciplining, the Umplro
shall not chusc so many players ns to
make a game Impossible. The onus of
forfeiture shall be put entirely upon the
it L ' 11 rexusai to play or quit-
There Is merit In fYMolii'n nnnnin
The public, which has nnld nt (tin nflln
uiiuu.u iiuv uu aeiuen wnai it nas pala
for. eXCCDt When tlin nffnmo v.
C!crly 1aMat tho door of an offending
enforced In the recent Chipncn-Ht t,.i
game in the National liHfrii
"'"i"1 iiiiKnt nave compelled tho two
ICU.M.O iu viay oul lno gamo oven if they
missed a half a dozen trains. It would
nave been a more appropriate penalty
for 'stalling" than to declare the game
Syracuse Man Holds
Auto Honor Record
juuan, la., July 81. (Special Telo-
gram. Richard Mossman of Syracuse.
Neb., holds tl.a record for tha unusual
witn autolsts In this community since he
has settled tor a wreck which ho ad
mitted was caused by himself.
While touring for pleasure last night
near here, he ran Into a car occupied by
u. c. vanocoy ana sons. The colli
oiuu uctumru wnno no was trying to
avoid a bad spot In the road. Mossman
sioppea nis car, offered to pay all don
ages nnd accompanied the damaged car
to a. ivogan garage where the bill was
estimated ana the money laid down.
jirs. vanocoy entertained Mr. Moss-
man s two nieces, who were In his party,
at ner iiuiiiu unm mis morning.
This is the only accident out of half
...u.o ncur Hern recenuy in which tho
. , i . , .
muiuiiBi m iuuh huh noi either escaped
ur incu iu avoia payment or damages,
GIANT SCOUT SAYS THAT
PITCHERS ARE SCARCE
Dick Klnsella, scout for tho- New York
uianis, in umana xor a raw days to
look ovef some new material tor tha
National league champions, was favor
ably Impressed with the work of two ot
Omaha's players In Wednesday's gam
but he refused to tell who the two mn
are that Impressed him so well.
Klnsella is making an extensive trip
through the west and middle west In the
quest of big league material. He says
good pitchers are few and far between
this season and tho clubs that have got
them refuse to let go of the star twlrlcrs
until tho season is over. It Is almost
absolutely Impossible to get a good, ro
liable pitcher for Immediate delivery,
says the Giant scout. He has been
watching games In the Western league
for the last week.
LEXINGTON TENNIS MEN
DEFEAT ALL COMERS
LKXINGTON, Neb.. July Sl.-(Speclul
Telegram.) In their annual dual tennis
meet today the Lexington Tennis club
defeated the North Platte Tennis club,
Lexington taking six out ot the eight
matches played. Lexington holds the
record In tennis playing In this territory,
having defeated Arapahoe, Kearney,
Gothenburg, Overton, Cozad and others
In the doubles today Mmltli and Kunkl
of Lexington defeated Berge and M. Bui
land ot North 1'iatte. ti-u. B-i.
Cook and G. Temple ot Lexington d
feated Armstrong and A. liulland, 4-6,
Olsson and R. Temple, Lexington, de
feated runn ana Aiunger, norm I'latte,
RAtikln defeated Berge, 6-4, 6-2.
Smith defeated M. II ul Land, 6-2, 0-0.
Pnnk defeated Munrer. 4-4. G-4. CL
A. Rutland defeated G. Temple, 8-6, 6-2.
Fllnn defeated iu lempie, e-i, z-, fr-z.
Hrottr Bluff Ilefe-mt Dsirsu-d.
SCOTTS BLFFF, Neb., juy XWHpe-
cuU. Bootts lUUlt Deal uaram in a fast
rami of boll t to 1. Bayard did not nuki
& hit off De Cooler, the only score being
made on an error, taming sure out Into
a three-base hit and the man scoring on
an Infield out. Only thirty Bayard hit
ters faced the Scott's lllofl pitcher.
Scott's BtufX txutiKss men have built as
fine a park as rrttny towns In the stxte
league. Owen Frank of Nebraska, font
ball fame has been pleed at the head ot
the team and expects to play the btat
teams that ca o proognt into the tmoxv
Key ta the iftrtramc -3ee Advertising,
SPEED RECORDS ARE BROKEN?
Fast Time Made on Track at Grand
SLOWEST OF 15 HEATS 2:091-2
Cheney, flip FnvnrltP In UlOS Trot,
Fulfil- Kxiieotntlnn After Drop
1Iiik First Ilrnt in
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.., July SI. Tho
largest audience that over assembled at
a race course here saw a world's recoi-d
for average spcU broken In today's pro
gram of Grafid Circuit racing.
Of the fifteen heats paced or trotted
the slowest was '3:094, by Strathstonn.
Tho speediest wan Ktotsrlno Lad,
In the third heat of the 2;07 pace. Tha
average time for. the fifteen heats was
2:00 9-1S. Every rnco was featured by
split heats and torrid finishes.
Tho Furniture Manufacturers' $10,000
stake for 2:12 trotter., featuro event of
the meet, stnrted with Tommy Horn rul
ing: a strong favorite.
i Winn First llent.
The Indian horso showed Juatltk.Ulon
tor this confidence In tho first, heat,
which ho won with ease. In tho econJ
hent a rush by Tenara landed the Mad--den
entry a winner nnd brought the tlms
down to 2:(C, which constituted iuraci
record for a trotter at Comsttjck track;'
This record endured only until the next
heat, In the 2:08 trot, when the Texas
maro Cheney, clipped a second from'
the mark, putting It nt This last
figure also Is the fastest mile trotted by
mare this season. "
Tenara, despite- her evident lamonesj,
outgamed and outstepped the field m the
third and fourth heats, thereby gnlnlnu
tho long end ot the heavy purse.
Cheney, the favorite In tho 2:03 trot,
fulfilled expectations after dropping tho
first heat to Marigold, hard driven by
Eula Belle, winner of tho Tavorn StsJcq
at Cleveland a few weeks sgo and who
gavo Undo Biff such a battle in the
Grand Rapids Railway stako Tuesday.
died in her stall this afternoon of indi
gestion. She was owned by J, J. Moonoy
of Toledo. She was 5 years old.
Pacing. 2:07 class, purse 31.000, three In
Stetbrlno Lad. ch. s.. by Stet-brlno-Bertha
Best (llodncy).... 6 i
Iowa Toddi br. s., by Todd-Wy-neta
(Smith) 1 2
Warner Hall, blk. s. (J. Benyon) 2 7
Eddie Dlllard, ch. n. tsnowj a o
Nellie Temple, b. m. (Murphy).. 4 4
Holly Brand, b. g. (Chinds) U 0
Our Colonel, b. s, (Jones) 7 3
Gordon Prince, jr., blK. s. (ur-
win) t a s
King Daphne, blk. a. (Frost).... 8 dls
lime1 z:tHi. :i, ;vv-
Trotting. 2:12 class, the Furnlturo Man-
ufacturers' Stake, 210,000, three In tive:
Tepnra, b. m., by Moko-Terentla
(Andrews) 3 11:
TVimtnv Hnrn. b e.. bv Otto
Wllkes-Artrene (McDonald).... 14 7
Judson Girl, b. m. (Cox) 7 2 t
uago. u. g. in. uraayj ; j
Fan Hatch, blk. m. (J. Benyon) 5 5 3
Lndv G rattan, ch. m. (Ueers)... o u o
Tllnnlf Pnt hlk. m. (Rav) 4 8 6
Castle Dome. b. g. (Dodge....... 8 7 dr
Tim.; z;074. z:u. z:utrti. z:ustt.
Trottlnir. 2:08 class, purse $1,000, two
Cheny, b, m., by Medium-Line
Nellie ueiamour w lemingj a
Marigold, b. m., by Delham-Agties
AVonder (Murphy) 1 3
nnlrrinln tt. n. (McDonald) 8 2
rtnt.art Mllrnl. It. tt. isnawi Z 4
Farn, b. g. (Andrew) 5 6 5
Blnvola, b. s. (HneaocKeri o o o
Time: z:uiV4. .. s.
csvd.ft.Te HI.nac:lanSH cmfwn
Pacing. 2:17 clans, purse 21,000, three In
Mack ThlsUe. b. g., by Thistle .
Strathstonn, b. a., by Adstrom
(Murphyj 3 2 1
Topton. b. f. (Rodney) 2 8 3
Baysure, n. g. tiiayj...... ; ;
Hetty Green, b, m. (Porter).... 5 Sdis
Oollssa. br. m.. (Snow) 6 dls
Alice IC, b. m. (McMahon) dr
Timer 2:06. z:tH, g:wn, :wjm.
West Point Speed
Events Draw Well;
Steppers Go Fast
WEST POINT, Neb., July 31.-(Speclal
Telegram.) The second day's racing at
the West Point Speed association was a
record breaker In point of attendance.
More than 400 automobiles were parked
In tho grounds. Anton Ptosa, the corn
king, was the first to welcome all visi
tors. Tho weather .was ideal and the
track in perfect condition. The summary:
Qolus 7 2 12 3
Little Nell , 8 1 1
Klsslme 4 3 6 8 2
Jlmmle v 2 5 2 6 ,4
Tho ast three were tied lor second.
third and fourth money.
Time: 2:zovi, zazvi, s:i. swuyi, a:.iii.
Sunny Jim 2 2 8
Miss Karon a
M. T 5 0 i
Time: 2:11, 2:w. .:w
Dan Wilkes 1 1
Otto T 2 2
Lord Duke 4 2
Glen Onward 3 4
Nabisco o b
The last two divided tho purse for
fourth and fifth.
Time: z:iVi. z:iV7.
In the running lace, Bright Maiden
nnm out urn: vancine. secona. ana
The Scout, third. Time: 1:03. '
TY COBB CALLS
UPON THE PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON, July 31, "Ty" Cobb
called at the White House today with
Representative Trlbble of Georgia, and
2 (or 25c
A my popoUr riijps iWU tenstjkrrsY
to boj. fiet too iscScal tet a cklifhtiul
i clttss tea the not coosorf i&w skspe.
Tii lioococi UtiratsUo EcSoc5kls
Tor Kale By
Thos. KSputrkk & Co.
X5D7 Songfsta St.
President Wilson greeted him warmly
obb invited the president to see the De
troit-Washington games, and especially
on Saturday when a cup will bo presented
to Walter Johnson. The president said
ho would try to attend.
Uloomtleitil Defeat, t'nlerlilitr,
HLOOMFIBLD. Neb.. July 3t.-SperUl.)
Bloomfleld defeated Coleridge by a
score of 8 to 4 on tho Coleridge grounds.
This Is the first time Coleridge has be.rn
deteJttfd with Hayn pitching: Score:
Rloonlfleld :2 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 0-4 13 2
Coleridge ..-0 0 0 0 J 0 t I 0 I IB 3
Batteries: Bloomfleld, Brandt and
Smith; Coleridge. Hays and Ptnkr.rton.
umpires, w attern and Crlppen,
St. RilTnrdn Detents fire ley,
ST. EDWARD. Neh Julv It KSr.elntl
St Edward, assisted by ScothO defeated
Oreety on the Oreely grounds by a, score
of 4 to 1 before a large ctowd ot chsjtt-
iauo.ua people, scare:
St. Mwnrd OOQOOOSt 01 , 3
Oreely 1000000 0 1 1
Uattrriijsr Kt. reward. trrU n,i
Adams; areety, Lanlgan and Miller.
CVntrnr City Loire, to Sllre-r Creek.
CENTiUL C1TT, Neb, Jury rL TSpe
claLX Central City lost In a rather poorly
FiW1 mn ,r,th Sll'eP Creek yesterday.
While good pitching featured the gnmn,
the svrors were. many. Scare; R.H.
ntral Cltv ooooisant in
(Silver Creek ... 3 0 3 0 0 1 J I ic
Batteries: Central City. Gumm and
Iwiyd; Silver Creek, Jahnxan. and Dour-
ULM. ' 4
To Itent the Tlnern.
lresldent Iftwtr nf . a r
1 . - , .... - V . ..... MU AAJIIIQ
AmOriCSJIS. Is ntlnte.1 na anl'M. M.n. .1
Tigers' have, no II
of the Browns. "Stovull's men ought to
.... ui iiieniseives II mey can
not climb abovo letrilt,' he adds '-Inxt
I am going to leavo tho team In George's
hands to see what he can do,"
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wholesomeness and delicious, satisfying
mellowness. Your dealer will supply you.
W. C. HEYDEN. Mar. . , n , n . n
rui B.DD.Ui2i, AsiMtucA-nu John bund Brewing lo
TIP S. 18th SUel, Oouht, Nb.
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I New 1914 Prices
I Effective August 1, 1913 J I
Model T Runabout . . $500
Model T Touring Car $550
Model T Town Car . . $750
WiU Fall Equipment F. 0. B. DeUoit. I I
Ford Motor Co. I
DETROIT ELKH. I I
Old Prices I New Prices
Per Lamp I Per Lamp
tion in Now
For Cost of
32 " " " " 13 "
50 " " " " 19 "
80 " " " 32 "
150 " " " " 48 "
250 " " " " 80 "
400 " ' 128 "
500 " " " " 160 "
8 C. P.
Thoro's nothing tlint will
lend zest nnd enjoyraent to
lunch or dinner so much
us pure and sparkling
THE BEER YOU LIKE
Always havo n caso in
your home. ".j.
IJrowetl nnd Ilottlcd hy
Frod Krug Urewing Co.
Consumers ' Distributors.
109-11 No. 16th St.
Office For Rent
Tho largo room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by tho Havens.
Whito Goal do.
Nico Faraam street front
age. About 1,500 square
feet of floor space with
large vault. Extra en.
trance from court of the
Fine offico fixtures are of-
fored for sale. Apply to
N. P. Fell, Bee offico.
itoTisiiN and nnsoiiTS.
Comfort Accessibility Modorata Rates
JL jiw A
Madison AvenuE & 49! Street
OnnMocV from Fifth Avenue nnd within r
walking dliUnce o( Theotrei, Shops and Clubs
nCr iNED SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT
175 Rooms with Bath. Restaurant
a ui carte with reasonaoia cnargea
SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE, JULY. AUG, SEPT.
Single Room .... Ji.ja
All OutiUe Unnmi
Blnila Room with Dath . . . . tioIr
Double Room with Bath . . . 3.00 Uy
I'srlor. Bedroota with Hath . . W-ootoJjxo
Further Keductloni for Weekly Occupancy
8. Q. CLAYTON. Proprietor
World's Largest Shly
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