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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1914.
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' NEW YORK, June 18. New York
evened the series with Pittsburgh by win
j nlng, 3 to 0, today. It was Teircau's sec
1 6rid shutout over Pittsburgh this season.
The champions Rtartcd hitting Harmon
laic in me game, scoring two runs in tne
sixth Inning on Bescher's single, Fletch
er's being lilt by a pitched ball, Merkle's
single and Carey's fumble. In the sev
enth Itobertson drove a home run Into the
right field grandstand Meyers was hit
on the anklo by a foul tip In the fifth In
ning and retired. Score:
riTTfinunoif. new yohk.
AD. It. O. A E. At). 11.0 A.E.
3 fcirrr. If... 3 0 1 Beach, r, ct . 4 1 1 0 0
Mowrer. Jb.. 1111 mums. II.... 4 0 3 0 0
" ! J. Kellt , tf. 4 1 I 0 0Flteher, . 3 1 1 4 0
watner, m i O I 1 ODoyls. in... 4 I 4 J u
Kopctchr. lb 3 0 10 OMerkl. lb... 4 9 0 0
.Mitchell, rl. I I I 1 OnobtUn, rt. 3 J 4 0 0
McCarthy. 2M 0 S 3 JStoca. Ib...l 1 1 1 0
Olbmo. e.... 3 S3 3 lMerm. c... 2 0 & 2 0
Harmon, p.. 3 0 0 2 0lelan, c. . 3 0 I 2 0
Tearrau, p.. 3 0 0 0 0
Totals ....30 24 11 S
ToUU IS 7 21 12 0
Pittsburgh 0 0, 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0
P-evr York 00000J10,-3
Two-base hit: Mowrey. Home run.
Robertson. Stolen bases: Gibson, Kone
tchy. Left on bases: New York, 4;
Pittsburgh 7. Double plays: Meyers to
Doyle, Mitchell to Gibson, Fletcher to
Ptock to Dougle to Fletcher. Bases on
balls: Off Tesrenu. 4: off Harmon. "!.
ftruck outJ Bv Tesreau, 6; by Harmon,
J. Hit by pitched ball: Fletcher, paused
ball: Olbson. Time: 1:43. Umpires: Klcm
Revenge for Hoaston.
BOSTON, June 16, Boston turned the
tables on Chicago tdday and won. 7 to 6.
It was "Sweeney, day" and Chicago's sec
ond basoman, who was a member of the
Boston team for several years, was the
redolent of several trtfts. Tonight Swce-
I ney was the guest of honor at a reception
Both Jnmes and crutcher, wno pucnea
for Boston, -were, wild, but they kept the
hits scattered In all but two Innings. The
Braves batted Vaughn hard In the third
Inning, getting four runs. Vaughn gave
way to Humphries In the fifth Inning
with three men. on bases and after one
run had been scored. Stack, who pitched
the eighth Inning for Chicago, nave three
bases on balls and struck out three bats
CLEVELAND WINS CLOSE ONE
Bill Steen Has Shade the Better of
FINAL SCORE IS TWO TO ONE
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CLEVELAND, O.. June l.-ln a pitch
ing battle between UIU Steen and Doc
Ayers. steen had a. shade the better of It
and Cleveland won Its third straight vic
tory over Washington, 2 to 1. Steen, who
allowed two scratch hits and one real
single by Alva Williams, helped to win
his own game by singling In the third,
scoring Chapman. Score: I
AD.II.O A.K. An.H.O.A.K
Graney. If.. 10 10 OMoelter. if. 4 I I 0 0
Turner, lb.. I 0 1 1 OFoaler, lb. . I 0 1 1 0
1-e-lbold. cf. t 0 0 OMIIan. cf I 0 J 0 0
Wood, rf.. J 1 o r-nandll, lb. . I 0 u I o
Johnston, lb I M oShir.ks, It... J 0 0 0 o
Olson. Jb... t 1 0 4 eMcrgan. Jb.. 4 0 0 4 0
Cbapmaa, M 1 t 1 1 (tMollrlde. n I 1 4 t 0
O'Neill, cr.i 3 01 Olienry, c... 10110
Ween, p..,,, 1 0 I oAlnsmlth, c. 0 0 1 OA
' -Ayres, p.... 2 0 0 4 0
Totals ....17 I 17 10 OEngel, p 0 0 0 1 0
Acnsta 1 0 0 0 0
Sihseffcr .. 0 ft 0 0 o
Smith 1 0 0 0 0
Totsla ....II I 14 14 0
Batted for Henry In eighth.
Hatted for Ayres In eighth.
nan for Williams In eighth.
Hatted for McHrlde In ninth.
Cleveland 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Hits: Off Ayres, 5 In seven Innings;
off Engele, 0 In one Inning. Two-base hit:
Wood. Sacrifice hlf Shanks Stolen
base. Schafer. Casts on balls' Off
Steen. 5; ofr Kngcl. 1, Left on bases:
Cleveland. 2; Washington, 8. Struck out:
By Ayres. 3; by Enxel, 1. Time: 1:43.
Umpires: Connolly and Dlneen.
Three Straight for Athletics.
CHICAGO, June 18.-Phlladelphla won
the third straight game from Chicago to
day, 10 to 7. Too many bases on balls by
KubscII and Wolfgang, coupled with five
errors and opportune hitting cost the lo
cals the game. Chicago started a belated
rally In the ninth Inning when they forced
Shawkey to retire. Bcore:
AO. II. O. A.E. AD.II.O. A.E.
Murphy, rf. 6 1 0 0 1 Weaver, as.. 4 1 t 1 1
Oldrlng, If., s i l o unikbrn, lb. lint
K.Collins. Ib 1 1 1 S ODemmltt, It 4 110 0
Mclnnls, lb. S 1 11 1 OJ.Cotrlo, rt 6 1 1 0 0
Walsh, cf.. 1 0 0 OChaae. lb... 1 0 I 1 2
Barry, lilt Ollodle. cf... 41001
Lapp, c I 1 0 OMayer. c 1 0 1 1 0
Miamkey, p. I 0 0 1 Ollreton. lb.. 6 16 11
riank, p.... 0 0 0 0 ORusmII, p... 0 0 0 0 0
Wolfgsng, p S 2 0 2 0
Totals ....11 71TU1
Totals ....38 11 l; 11 t
.n if nil inirnAirt
Leach, cf ... i'j'i' 6 OOllbert, rf..f.Vs o o J Philadelphia 0 3 0 0 1 S 2 0 110
Good, rf.... alio IE vers, 2b... 4 i 3 a o
Saler. lb.... 4 1 0 ODugey, It... 3 10 0 0
rhe'lan, lb.. 3 0 1 0 OConnolly, If. 1 0 0 0 0
BChulte. If.. 2 1 2 0 OMrnvIe, as,. & 0 1 1 0
Sweeney, 2b. 4 1 1 ORrhmldt. lb 1 1 1 2 1
Cbrrlden. ra. 1 0 2 2 ODeal, lb.... 4 0 2 1 0
Breenahnn, c S 2 5 OMann. cf.... 3 2 0 1 0
Vaughn, p.. 1 0 0 0 lOowdy. c... 2 0 3 0 0
Humphries, p 1 0 0 0 OJamea, p 1 1 0 1 1
Stack, p. .. O'O 0 0 OCrutcher, p. 1 0 n 1 0
Williams ..1 0 0 0 ontartln ... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals ...41 3 54 12 2 Totals ....14 2 17.11 1
Batted for .Humphries n the eighth,
Batted for James In the fourth.
Chicago 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 8
Boston 0" 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 -7
Two-bnse hits: Good, Salor. Hits: Off
Jsmis. 3 In foiir lnnlnsrs: off Crutcher.
5 In five Innings; off Vaughn, 7 In -four
and two-thirds Innings; off Humphries,
1 In two and one-third Innings; off
Stack, 1 In one Inning: Sacrifice hit;
Sweeney. Stolen bases; Corrlden, Dugey.
Left on basest Chicago, 11; Boston, 9.
Bases on baits: Off James, 7; off
Crutcher, 4; off VaUgh, 3; off Stack, 3.
Struck out. By James, 1; by Crutcher.
4; by Vaughn, 3; by Stack, 3. Passed
balls: Cowdyf Bresnahan. Wild pitches;
Vaughn, Crutcher.- Time: 2:26. umpires:
Ortlv und .Byrpp.. '
.0'phMHe! IVnUy. Kills..,,, ,
PHILADELPHIA, June 16. Philadel
phia rallied In the ninth, but could, not
overcome st. lquib icaa ana lost. to a
WEST. LHAC1CE. AM Kit LEAGUE. ,
W.UPct W.UPct i
Denver . ..SS 20 .6lPhlla. it IS .i;i
Sioux City. S3 21 .611 Detroit ... .33 23 l
St. Joseph.. 20 24 .M7 Washington SS 22 5
Des Molnrs.SS X .f2S: Boston SS 31 ,&3S
Lincoln .... 23 27 .5WSt. Louis. ..2S26 .Si
Omaha 82 25 , 4l0iChlcago ... 23 .1111
Wichita ....K 33 ,431Ncw York ...1S32JC0
Topcka 17 36 .311 Cleveland .17 .S27
NAT. LEAGUE FED. LEAGUE.
New York. ..3S 18 .603P.uffalo .. . '. 21 .5eJi
Cincinnati ..30 22 .ST, Baltimore . 91 23 .Sit
St. I.ouls....2$ 26 .SlChlcago 2S 24 ,S
Pittsburgh 24 24 .BOOInd'napolls 26 3 .511
Chicago 26 27 .431Brooklyn ...21 23 .477
Phlla 23 24 .!7SKansas Clty.r. 29 43
Brooklyn . . 20 26 .435St. Ixvlls. . . .36 30 .IS5
Boston 18 29 .3S3Plttsburgh. 22 27 .Hit
Hastings ...21 10 .677
rork 19 12 .613
Beatrice ...20 H.MS
Or. Island. .IS 14 .WU
IS 15 .MA
'ohimbus . .IS 16 .4S4
Norfolk .... 20 .310
Kenrney ... 6 25 .191
AM EH, ASS'N.
Ixiulsvlllc .32 26 .K2
Mllwaukeo .23 25 .S2S
Cleveland ..31 27 .Ml
Kan. CltV..J3 2S .533
IndUnapols 31 29 .517 Superior
unneapois . z .hi
Columbus .17 31 .466
St. Iaul....22 31 .393
Bloux Clty-Omnhs; wet grounds.
Llncoln-Topeka, postponed; rain.
Des Moines, S; St. Joseph, S.
"Wichita, 1; Denver, 8.
New York, 0; Detroit. 3.
Philadelphia, 10; Chicago, 7.
Boaton, 2; St. Louis, 0.
Washington, 1; Cleveland, 2.
Httsburgn. 0; New York. 3.
Philadelphia, 3; St aub, 4.
Chicago, 6; Boston, 7.
Brooklyn, 4; Cincinnati. 7
Pittsburgh, 4: Chicago, 3.
Baltimore, 1-3; Kansas City, 10-8.
Brooklyn. 12; SL Louis, 13.
Buffalo, 1; Indlanajolls, 4.
Cleveland. 12: Milwaukee, .
Loulsvlllo, 4-2; St. Paul. 3-10.
Columbus. 2; Kansas City. 3.
Indianapolis, 2; Minneapolis, 9.
Columbus, 7; Hastings, 0.
Norfolk, 0; York, 9.
Beatrice, 2; Grand Island, 1.
Superior, S; Kearney, 3.
Western League Sioux City at Omaha,
Lincoln at Toneka. Des Moines at St.
Joseph. Wichita at Denver.
American ueague I'nunaeinnia ai ni
cago, Boston at St. Louis, New York at
IDotrolt, Washington at Cleveland.
National league Chicago at Boston,
Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at
New York, St.Ixnils at Philadelphia.
Federal League Buffalo at Indlanapo' ,
Baltimore at Kansas City, Pittsburgh t
Chicago, Brooklyn at St. Loula.
American Association Cleveland at RL
Paul. Loulsvlllo at Kansas City.
Ktntn Leaarue Columbus at Hastings.
Norfolk at York, Beatrlco at Grand
Island, Superior at Kearney.
State Sunday School
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Two-base hit: J. Collins. Three-base
hits: Weaver, Murphy. Hits: Off Rus
sell, 3 In one and two-thirds Innings; off
Wolfgang, 4 In seven and one-third In
nings; off Shawkey, 10 in eight and In
ninth Inning; off Plank, 2 In one Inning.
Sacrifice hits: Walsh (2), Mclnnls. Sac-
n..JS' . fi 0U6' P'0 I AURORA, Neb.. June lS.-(Speclal Tel
.Mclnnls to Barry to Mclnnls, Baker to . . . .
Collins to Mclnnls. Weaver to chain X egram.)-Tha forty-soventh annual con
Breton. Left on bases: Philadelphia, 6; Mention of the Nebraska, Sunday School
?.hlfAKoVi. ?aM.0n.i,a,1l?L.0ff R"Me,J; ! association met this morning. J. S. Dick,
Plank. T. 8 A out.- By Shawkey, 4; i of Crete, presiding. The worker, of the
by Wolfgang, 1. Passed bal. Lappa, i con'cntlon are. Rev. William A. Brown,
ijiVJ.01! '7, UmPrw,: O'Loughlln and j Chicago, superintendent of the missionary
Poster In Good Form.
ST. LOUIS, June 16. Foster was Invln-
MlltA With mn n Kn... - A
its third successive victory over 8t, Louis. ent of the lnland Er"Pro uwiay School
2 to 0. Boston scored In the first lnnlrw association; Prof. C. E. Ashcroft, dean
when Speaker scored on Lewis' double, i 0f the United Brethren collegw at York;
in,, " nr' flvl'."ef: Rev. H. H. Price, pastor of the Congro
third and when Lcary threw to center . Katlonal church. Aurora; Rev. Emanuel
field trying for Gardner, Lewis counted J. Kallna, pastor of tho Bethlehem Pres-
omer run' "cor.i... I bl'tcrlan church of the Bohemian
ADli.o.A.E. ' ah.h.o.a.t: Moravian Brethren, South Omaha; Ii. C,
H2.hi,"Sf? 2 ? X SmimI;"' it i i ! 0 Oborlles, Lincoln educational, secretary of
Hooper rf. 1 0 1 0 OMIller, lb.. 20900. - m. - , .
Bcoit. i l o o o'Henard i.. l o o o o . the Declples of Christ; Miss Margaret
Freaker. rf.. 4 1 S 0 OAgnew. r. . n a a n a i ni.M t)A... , n .iinnijniMt
llL.nU L .nnd S Z i owiMl.m.rrf i, 5 S ' Nebraska; W. H. Klmberlln. adult
5Srt SSMC;?:! I SSSKi : Superintendent of Nebraska.
naa T)nvsa n nln All V. I r 4 A a (J4 T Atllai aA m at . . a . . T v I mshh
Estes Park Gaining
as a Summer Resort
Estes park, rvached over the Burling
ton and tho Colorado Southern lines,
Is steadily growing moro popular with
tummer tourists who long for tho beauties
of the mountains, tho Invigorating air
and the delightful climate of the Rockies.
If Colorado Is the playground of Amer
ica, as cx-Prcatdcnt Roosevelt has said.
then Estes park Is the playground of
playgrounds. For here seventy miles
from Denver, at the foot of grim scarred
Ixng's peak nnturo has set her Garden
of Eden, a lovely natural park, ram
parted with a wall of rugged mountains
that enclrclo It like a glgnntic crooked
arm, flung out from the main range of
tho Rockies, tho Continental divide.
Within the embraco of this circling
spur nestles a natural amphitheater of
1C0.000 acres, everv one n contributing de
tail to a series of panoramas the most
charming nnd picturesque In the world.
Estes park Is unique and without
replica, the Inspiration of the Creator's
rarest mood. For when whlto wlntor sits
enthroned among the grandest of peaks
and glaciers, the green nnd tawny park
swims In a drowse of golden summer.
Above Is the circle, of great snow peaks
Ypellon and Hague's and Flnt Top and
a score of others; while below Is the
grass carpet of thousands of acres of
t'ently rolling meadow, tho silver river
threads snaking their way to tho deep
canons which lend ultimately to the Irri
gating ditches of fertile northern Colo
rado, and the stretch of rising upland
studded with beautiful open groves of
pine, spruce and quaking unpen.
Trips for Season
Special service for the accommodation of
fishing parties to the Wisconsin lakes has
been provided by the Chicago & North-1!
western this season, and the lakes were
never more Inviting than this summer.
Veterans of tho rod and reel havo lone
known the remote lakes of famed mem
bers of the finny tribe in Wisconsin, and
tho real back-to-naturo enthusiast, who
has a natural abhorrenco for tlia usual
summer resort, finds a keen surprise In
tho Wisconsin lakes. While hotel ac
commodations are plentiful and easily
reached, there are many lakes far from
the haunts of civilisation where the
camper may hold close communion with
nature and the fisherman cast hla line
without fear of Intrusion.
department of the International Sunday
association; Mrs. Clara E. Knnpp,
, Spokane, Wash., elementary superintend'
t BTW ,
It Is Cool
1 1 j
ano there arc many things to fill vacation days.
Sailing, Canoeing, Swimming in quiet safe waters.
Fishing in the "bright waters" of Indian days.
Tennis, and bracing walks through beautiful country
in a delightful summer climate.
Excellent hotels arc scattered throughout this region,
als.o boarding houses and fine camping grounds.
And, if desired, you may own your own island.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
takes you there through the most extensive fishing
country in all America.
For further particulars write
or call for Booklet No. 14
iuMuiMnii a fir I. r l . n r .
.PACIFIC vxco. . wanon, uen. Jgi. raas. uepu
Telephone Wabash MOO
Summer In California has become quite
ns popular as tho world famous winter
cllmatca of tho sunny Paclflo slope.
Glorious In Its luxuriant garment of
foliage, flowers and fruit, the summer
season In California Is most delightful In
the summer time, when fruits and flow
ers are at their best, ripening In the
balmy sunshine and under the cool
breeses from the Pacific ocean, The Joy
ot the plunge In the surf, the sting of tho
salt water and above all the California
climate call the busy man from his
work and tho wife and youngsters from
the sheltering cities.
I H 1 39 il 3 3 ! flaw 11 1 1 1 1 .1 3
USED DY MILLIONS OF MOTHERS
FOR THREE uCNERATIONS
Mad strong and
well In a fw days-
without a surgical
operation or loss of
time. Our work 1
ruamnteed. Call or
writs for partlouUrs.
Ors. Wray A llalh
ny. 30f 11m UlOi,
out Burns, a nlnch hitter. . Bt. Louis won
the game by hitting Mayers' delivery
hard and taking advantage of errors.
BT- 1.0UIS. . , PHIUiDEUMHA.
ADlH.O.A.E. . AD.II.O. A.E.
Hurstnsi 2t; 10 1 Olrelan, Si.. I 1 I I O
Dolsn. Jf.... 1 0 0 0 0Dckr, If... 4 till
Vlaaee, ct- 4 2 .3 1 Olobcrt, Sii.. t 0 0 1 0
Giither, lf-cf 13 3 0 0B. ilact, ul 10 10
Mlllm ti..T-S l- 1 lCraratb, rt.s 4 110 0
Wilson, rf.. 4 10 0 olA'darua, lb. 4 1 fl 0
ptrtlar,. 'es.rf4 ,t 1 I lPaaam,- cf.' 4 I t II
r t 17 i nKUIirer. O. . 4 0 7 1 0
Dack.' Jb I' 1 4 1 oMajpr, p.... 110 10
l'srrlit, . ... J-0 o riuiii, - u u u u
iT , U( P 1 1 U O II
Totals, .,.,51. 37 12 3Rd ...... 0, 0 0 0 0
' Tlneup .... 0 0 0 0 0
Durn 1 0 0 0 0
Totala ....34 10 17 II 3
natted or Mayer In the eighth.
Itan for Devore In ' the eighth,
ran for Luderus In the ninth.
Batted for Marshall In the ninth.
St. Louis ,-vH'O 010O210M
Philadelphia 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 .0. 1-3
Two-base., hits: L. Magee. Cather.
Snyder., Home run: Luderus. IIIls: Off
Mayer, 9 In eight Innings: off Marshall,
none In one Innlncr. Sacrifice hits: - Mil.
ler, Snyder, Lobcrt. Stolen bases: .Hug-
Kinn, nnyuer, uomn. uoume plays:
on bases: St. Louis. 3; Philadephla, ft.
uases pn Dans, urr J'erritt, l; off Mayer,
J, Struck out? By Perrltt, 6; by Mayer,
4. Time: 1:50. .. Umpires: Illgler hnd
Reus Overcome Lend.
BUOOKlVn. N. V.. June 16. Clncln-
natl dfeatd Brooklyn todav. 7 to 4
Brooklyn Piled un a lead of four runs off
xingnng in mo nrst inning by virtue of
three singles, a triple and two passes.
in-tlib mini Allen w.akened, his support
wont to pieces and the visitors got the
four back. Clark knocked a home run to
Center In the fourth and Bates, who
batted for Uhler In the eighth and played
center, put the ball over the right field
wall ti'f , 1. Vt.V, ft . '
xnnl.O A.E. in ll n t tr
aiorao, n .. t l 3 0 QO'lisrs, as,. 3 2 110
Hartos. M.. 3 1 ' 3 ODauert. lb.. 1 0 1 n n
Oroh, 2b.... 4 0 0 5 OKcao, Jb..,: 0 1 a n
n.Mlllrr, If 4 1 0 0 obalton. cf,., I 1 1 a O
Nlsholf, lb.. 3 3 3 2 OWtisat, It..' 4 3 2 1 0
iioDiiiisi, ids o ia i lBioitn, lb.. .;s 0 3 11
unirr, ct... a u j o vitnw, n-zo-ib a 0 6 3 i
Rstts. cf ... 1 1 0 0 ORutshaw. h. 1 i n ,
aarke, c... 4 2 3 3 ORIsfart, rf. 3 0 2 0 ft
Ylntllns. P. 1 0 0 3 0O, Millar, c. 4 1 I o
Amu, p 2 0 11 OAllen, p 1 0 0 0 0
'naulbacb, p 2 0 1 1 0
Totsla ....31 i 17 IT 1
Tctala 11 s n is
Cincinnati 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 3 07
Lrcoklyn 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
i-eii on cases: Cincinnati, s; Brooklyn,
i. Two-base hits: O. Miller, Wheat!
.ui.ua nti; ivneai, iiome runs:
Clarke. Bates. Sacrifice hits: DauberL
IlOblltzell, Ilerxog. Stolen baaon; Ifni
og (2), R. Miller C2). Nlehoff. Double
Play: Yincllnir to Herzoir in irnhiit..n
Bases on balls: Off Vlngllng, 2; off Allen,
4; off Ames. 1; off Reulbach. S. 8truck
uuu ay iingnng. i: Dy Alien, j. PaaaH
ball: Clarke. Hits: Off Ylngllng, 7 In
njur i ninsi-; on Ames, l m live Innings:
off Allen, 3 In three innings; off Iteul
bach. 6 in six innings. Time: 2:10. Um-
j'nta. casan ana wuigiey.
Central Cliy Wins.
CENTRAL CITY. Neb.. June 16. fin
clal Telegram.) By a score of 7 to 2, Cen
tral tuy aeteaiea euver creek mis after
noon. Bllver Creek had tho strong Omaha
Btorz battery. Olson and Claire. Davis
and Ward formed the battery for Cen
Stnplrton Defeats Callaway.
STAPLETON, Neb., June l.-(Special.)
Sunday's game here resulted In a l-to-2
Victory for Stapleton. Score: R.H.E.
Stapleton .... 01010010 J 8 l
Callaway ....0 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 5 I
Batteries; Stapleton, Beecham and Hoi
liday, Callaway, Holllday avnd Sadler.
Headache nnd rrrnasnaa Cared.
'Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled to
all the praise I can glv them," writes
Mrs. Richard Olp, flpencerport, N, Y,
The.y have cured me of headache and
nervousness and restored mo to my nor
mal health." For sale by all druggist.
3ioi oLarr, b-lb. 1 1 l 1 1
..2001 OWarta. as... 3 A i a i I
-S;vi S I ! Si Chief Justice Reese
ToUla ....SO 17 12 3
Batted for Wellman In the eighth.
Batted for Miller In tho eighth.
Boston 1 0 0 o o i n n ti
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Two-base hits: Yerkes, Lewis, E. Wal
ker. Hits: Off Wellman, 8 in eight In-
i.iiio. ojicruico nus: wares, Janvrln,
Foster. . Miller. Stolen base: LawIh. tW
on bases: Boston. 5; Bt Louis, 6. Struck
olil: 7 Wel'man, 1; by Foster, . Time:
v. umi'Moo. MtailO nun scin.
SHOOTING OF FARMER BY
BOY WAS ACCIDENTAL
PIERCE, Ncb Juno 16. Jacob Wngncr
camo to his death by a bullet wound ac
cidentally Inflicted by a pistol held by
rhlllp Fink. This was the verdict of the
coroner's Jury which held an Inquest over
tho death of the farmer who died In the
hospital at Norfolk two weeks ago, fol
lowing tho shooting on his farm near
Hndar. Fink is 14 years old.
The Jury was out fifteen minutes. The
Jurymen wero Julius Kuhl, O. A. Lea.
John Iratpchvll, George Llttel, James
Wltten,' Rudolph. Rohde.
A Chnnare in Editors.
BRADSHAW, Neb., June 16,-iSpecIal.)
Th? Bradshaw Monitor, owned by L. D.
Beltzer, which has been under lease for
the last two years, first to R. J. Rlcely
and then R. A. Allen, has again been
taken .charge of by the owner, Mr.
Files Again for Office
CFrom a Staf Corespondent)
LINCOLN, June 16. (Special Tolcgram.)
The second filing for chief justice of
tho supreme court under the non-partisan
Judiciary law passed by the last legis
lature was made by Chief Justice M. B.
Reese this afternoon.
The petitions contained 8,400 names
coming from seventy-five counties, tho
largest petition coming from Douglas
county with oabout 1,000 names. Throe
petitions with 186 names came In from
Clay county, tho homo of H. C. Palmer,
the first man to file for the name office.
A number of democrats are on th4 pe
tition of Judge Reese, among them being
W, 11. Thompson ot Grand Island, and
I. L. Albert of Columbus, both attesting
JeTvelrr Store Itobbed.
HEMINOFORD. Neb., June l.-(Sp-clal
Telegram.) The Olds' Drug company
store was robbed last night of over 00
In Jewelry and watches. The thieves
were traced to Alliance whero the trail
Lamr Back and Weak Kidneys
greatly helped and often cured by Elec
tric Bitters. Keeps kidney and stomac's
In healthy condition. Gives prompt re
lief. COc and II. All drUgglats.-Adver-
America's Latest and Most
Refined, and New York's
Only hotel occupying an entire city block,
Vanderbllt and MadUon Avenues, 43d and ln
Streets, adiolnlne and connected with the
Grant. CentrarTermlnal, of New York.
Central Line and New York, New Haven
V Hartford K. II.
1W ROOMS OPEN TO OUTSIDE AIR
959 mm on. in
ROOM RATES FROM 2.59 PER DAY
Writ for UUtrlruttdo Idtr and ttwp ot
JOHN McE. BOWMAN
on Pacific Coast
In spite cf the fact that the exposition
of 1915 has delayed many Pacific coast
trips, a number of convention will be
held there this summer, and attractive
rates are made over the Northern Pa
cific In anticipation ot theso events.
Many tourists will use the Northern Pa
cific routo one way, if not both, for the
scenery along tha line makes It one of tho
most beautiful in the west. Tellowetono
Park Is also most convenient on the
route for those who desire to spend a
portion of their western trip In tho won
derful government park,
HAMBURG A. AMERICAN
Going or Coming
TRAVEL BT TKB
HAMBURG AMERICAN LIXE
PARIS LOHDON HAMBURG
Pennsylvania SBtb, 12 Noon
ZICPBBATOK. . 07th. 1 2 Noon
Atnarlka (from Boston) June JO
Prss. Zlncoln 0, 11 A.M.
VATUKLAHD 7, 10 A.M.
JCAZB'XT AUO VJO. .11 IP M,
IBatavU 10, 11 AM,
r&ZPBSATOB IB, 12 Noon
tPrstorla 83, I P.M.
lrM. Orant 30. 10 A.M.
Becond Cabin only. IW1I1 call
at Doulocne. tHamburtr direct
Gibraltar, Naples and Genoa.
8. S. Hamburg. .June 30, 3 P.M
B. B. Moltk...,July IS, 3 P.M.
B. B. Hamburg. . .Aug. 0. 3 P.M.
8. B. ZSoltks Aur. 87, 8 P.M.
CRUISES to the
Land of the Midnight Sun
BeoVtnd, Orkney and raroe
Islands, Iceland, Spitsbergen,
Worth Caps, Norway.
Durlnr JUHX, JUTiT and
I '"Victor X,ulssn and M
14 to 20 DAYS M
M 802.60 UP , M
Writ tot booklet. M
Hamburg-American Line M
160 W. Budolph M s?
St, Chicago, nL, J
EXCURSION RATES EAST
TICKETS ON SALE DAILY VIA TUE
Milwaukee & St. Paul
ROUND TniPS FROM OMAHA
Atlantic City. N. J
Bar Harbor, Mo
Bar Harbor, Mo $50.5
Buffalo, N. Y 833.5
Detroit, Mich S27.5
Montreal, Que $30.5
Muakoka Lakes, Ont $32.45
now Yom uity
Portland, Mo $43.85
Low ratos to many other summer resorts In Canada, New Eng
land, Now York Stato, Southern Michigan and the Wisconsin Lake'
country. Delightful tours on the Great Lakes at very modorato cost.
Ask for copy of booklet. "Summer Homos" or for any other Infor
mation desired concerning your summer trip.
CITY TICIUCT OFFICE1317 FAHNAM STREET,
AV. E. BOCK, City Fosnenffcr Agent.
Agents for all stoamshlp linos. Accommodations quickly secured
to any part or tno world.
8,500 Red Blooded Railroaders
Wo havo 8,500 employees on the Chicago
Great Western, real people just like you and
mo, and I don't believe you'll find one among them
who wouldn't go out of his way to make any patron
glad ho choso the Chicago Great Western. They have
'learned to see railroading from tho customer's view
point, and they mako a business of giving service
minus red tape. t
Try. the Qrfat Western on your next trip and tell
mo if I'm not right.
TO ST. JAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS
Lv. Omaha" 8:30 p, m. 9:30 a. m.
Lv. Council Bluffs. . .6:50 p. m. 0;B0a. m.
Ar? St. Paul. ...... .7:30 a. m. 0:65 p.m.
Ar, Minneapolis .8:05 a. m. 10:25p.m.
Ask P. F. BONORDEN, C. P. & T. A.,
1622 Farnam Street, Omaha.
Phono Doug. 200.
aaar aaaw papiaaaBaaaiaBBBiiBBisBBBBi i li s 11 m
mil iTY li I'l mm T1
(Emphasize the "Great")
to be Idoal, must Include,
Iff! '.V' MV'" 't"',rT of Tata. Ihreash Ontario to Tomato from
lh.. If ifflnj, either thai dasoeat of lha EtTLawroaM Hirer throuahti.
.r.t r TlL"r.S.lP"w w Moniroai (iiaa trip to Quaint
ir bMt tl.enoo throoih lha W hlu rountina to roitland or llostoa. Or
IlT!t,,a0.,1' bt"ff ?orl,?'l.tr"'on.M Ilea fcoswia to Nw
ork. Then tin. throaah tbn Thl.h Vftl! w.n.
ulHj'AVAr'wu'i That Isopl ronool otar filfhtr drand Tnink clrela Kmri.
. 9 10DAY for SDoalal ''OlrtU Tour" bwvlilel daaoriblns and prtoT
Ids far not for the wooer than ion can possibly obtain elsewhere.
J. D. McDONALD, Asst. Gen. Past.
Agt., Grand Tronic Ry. System,
112 W. Adams Street.
Chlcairo. 111. spgV
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