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THE BEti: OMAHA, SATl WPAY, ,It LA" 2d. 19 U
PIR ATKR PfflUM
Soore in First on Leonard's Single
and Wagner's Triple.
LOBERT HIT BY PITCHED BALL
FnlW nirrillK nt Side of l'lnlr anil
Tlncop Tlnn for Iltm Six
Stitches Weeded o floor
PITTSBURGH. Pa., July . Pittsburgh
defeated Philadelphia today. 3 to 5. PhcVc
ert received a bane on balls 1n the flrat
inning and Iobert was hit on the aide of
the face by a pitched ball. He fell Meed
lng at the fide of the plato and Tlncup
ran for him. Itakert scored on Mngee's
elngts and Tin cup scored on a single
by Ludems. rjttsburgh scored one run
In the first Inning on lrormrd'a single,
and Wagner's triple. The 'hope team
made two more runt In the third In
nine on Kaforn's single, a wild throw
by Luderus on McQulllau'a bunt, and n
three-base hit by Mensor.
Iobert'e Injury is not serious, but si
atltchea were required to close the Rash
in his check. Score:
AB.ll.O.A.K. An.H OAK
Brre, 3b.... 1 1 S 0 OMeiwer, rf 1110
Pukert, cl .1 n I i tCnrtT. It.. .. S 0 o
Iteckcr. rt .. 4 0 0 Olonari. 3b 4 3 1 1 1
Lobart. !b. . 0 0 0 0Winrr, m . ( 1 4 I
Tlneup ... .0 0 OMeCrthr, Itl t I t
lretu. ... 6 S OKmwtHiy. Ib 4 lit 1
Mxm, U... 1110 OKfJlr. f.....I 1 I 8
IuarriM. lb.. 4 17 1 lKJfr. t....l 1' 6 1 0
Martin, u .8 0 2 4 OMi-Qulllan. H 1 1 0
Crurath .... 10000
Klllller. c. S 1 4 1 TvUfci.. ..S n It 1
Marr, p.... -
ToUU....40 4 24 11 1
Ran for lobert in the first.
Hatted for Martin In the ninth.
Philadelphia iOOOOOOfl 0-2
Pittsburgh 14)500000 " 3
Two-base hit. Leonard. Three-bate
hits: Warner, Mensor. Stolen haws:
Konctchy. Magee. IJHmlrte plays: Pask
ert to Kllllfer. lrelan to Martin to Uid
erua. Bates on balta: Oft Mayer, t; off
McQuillan, 3. Wild pitch; Mayer. Passed
balls: Kafera. lilt by pitched ball: By
McQuillan (Lobert). Base on errors:
Philadelphia, 1. Sacrifice hit; McCarthy.
Left on bases; Philadelphia, 6; Pitts
burgh. 7. Struct out: By Mayer, I; by
McQuillan. 3. Time-. 1:37. Umpires:
Hart and Rlgler.
Bussell Is High Gun
in Shoot at Tabor
TABOR, la-. July 24. (Special.) One of
the largest target tournaments In south
western Iowa wu held here yesterday.
The shooting, whleh ended at 4 p. m.. was
followed by a. ball game between Tabor
and Hamburg- The homo team w.n 6 to
4. The gun scores follow:
Jluaeell. Blanchard 116
Curt Johnson. Tabor , 145
Bener Qdwards, Glenwood 119
Ray Weatherhead, Tabor US
Timmons, Cedar Creek. Neb 128
Fred Weatherhead, Tabor IV
McNerney, Coin 10
A & Bloedel, Tabor 14
Taylor, Blanchard 154
George Wea'therhead, Tabor 183
W. E. Boyd. Tabor 2
Wolfe. Cedar Creek. Neb 132
Noyes. Carson li
f . 1 . 1 191!
.11) cio, vritrji . uiu .......................... i
Kleenier. Clarlnda 131
George Cutchell, Hancock 159
Wise, Hancock 18
Dean. .Cedar Creek, Neb , lis
Don Nichols. Tabor 128
Bert Boslsto, Tabor 15"
W. W. 'Williams. Coin 157
W. II. Fickle. Glenwood IK
Alt Williams. Tabor , 154
Cook. Hastings ...123
Jim Terryberry Cedar Creek. Neb,..,.. 123
Fred Whitney ....121
C 31. Otis. Tabor
Cheney. Glenwood. ......................... 131
Laraway. Glenwood Ill
Dunn, Clarlnda, , .. 120
Jack Winner, Clarlnda 120
Baxter, JIastlngs . H9
Icopold. Hancock 118
.McMillan, Blanchard 118
Stltt, Carson . v .N , , H3
Pullerton. Blanchard W
lAv BulU, Tabor 108
Hchloapka, Car.tqn 1
North, Carson '...'. 104
"MlcKclwa.lt, Glenwood v. W3
IX'Wls, Glenwood '. 52
Omaha Golfers Off
for Grand Rapids j
.' The jtecond Installment of Omaha sdlf-
rrs left Thursday njght for Grand Rapldi 1
to participate In the big Western Amateur !
Golf. 'tournament at thla c(l' W. " ,
'Clartf. professional at 'the Field club,
George O. Simpson, professional at the 1
CoUntrr club; W. J. Foye. Ralph Peters, j
PlarqnVe Peters and W. N. Chambers of !,
'the Country club were In the party. '
Frank Hale, Jaclc Hugbfs and Mr. and
Mrs: Calkins left early In the weeli by
automobile, while Sam Reynolds, J. U..
Ital n and Karl Bach will leave tonight
for tho big event- .Sam Reynolds hosje,
eIvexl a telegram ' from R. W. llbdge.
secretary of the TrtfhSmlss'lsslppl associa
tion, Inviting him to'cttmpetc as a mem
ber of the Transmlsslsslppl team, and
Reynolds declined In order to play with
the Nebraska delegation.
SEVERAL CHANGES MADE
IN CINCINNATI LINEUP
CINCINNATI. July 34. Announcement
was made today thaInfieldcr John Raw
lings and Outfielder Maurice Phler of the
Cincinnati National league dub wero re
leased to tho Minneapolis club of tlte
American association as a part of a deal
for Outfielder Kllllfer. who will Join the
Reds later. In addition Pitcher John
Rowan was sold to Dayton of the Cen
tral league and Outfitddrr I.aross was
sent back to Battle Creek, whence he
came. Catcher Krwln, who was obtained :
from the Brooklyn National league club. I
will be returned to thot club.
NEW YORK GIANTS BUY
BLOOMINGTON. 111.. July 2i.-Jlm
Bluejacket, the Cherokee Indian pitcher
of the Blooinlngton Three-I league team, '
who won his twelfth straight gamo
yesterday, was sold to the New York
Giants today to report August 27. Charlie
Jackson, left fielder, was also sold to the
giants to report next season, und Pitcher
Fred MarkB was sold to the Cleveland
Americans to report August IS.
BEAVER CITY BOOSTERS
TAKE ELW00D INTO CAMP
' BRAVER CITY. Neb'.. July 24.-th'po-olal
Telegram.) The eUaver City boosters
defeaUd El wood here thla afternoon, 3
to 0. The game was -featured by sharp
fielding and the pUchlng of Ford of
Reaver City. Scor.e:
Beaver City....... 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-!
Batttrles; Farcsby. and Devor. Ford
Minister PrnJr,i This I.axatlTe,
Rev. H. Stubenvollf Allison, la., praises
Dr. King's New Life Pills for constipa
tionbest for liver and bowels. 26c. All
Everybody rfads lice Want Ads.
ibb absence spoils pennant
Ty Cobb, who has been out of the
game for over forty games this season,
and has Immeasurably hurt the Detroit
Tigers' pennant dinners. Although Cobb's
hand is Mill In a plaster cast. a the
result of his adventure with n butcher
In ivtrolt, he is still drawing his salary
regularly. Ills contract calls for $15,000
a year and Cobb will get every cent of It
whether he pays or not.
Putnam Wins from
Nickerson in Fourth
Round at Longwood
BOSTON. July 24. California, New York
ami Metsachusetts won the honors In tho
morning piay on the tennis courts of the
Longwood Cricket club today.
The young Pacific coast players, E.
Fottrell and R. U Murray, after some
what erratic play defeated William Ros'
baum cf New York, and E II. Whitney
of Boston, In straight sets In the eastern
doubles championships. Tho first set
went to twenty games, principally through
errors on the part of the younger players
and the stendlness and consistent playing
of their opponents.
The next tsct was also a douce affair,
but In the third Rosenbaum and Whitney
weakened and the Californtans ran It off
H. H. Hackett and F. B. Alexander of
New York had a somewhat easy match
with Hugh Tallant of New York and
Wallace F. Johnson of. Philadelphia.
Team work of the New York pair, former
national chanplons, was again the fea
ture of their play.
In a dash between twn Boston pairs,
A. S. Dabncy and N. W. Niles, eliminated
R. C Reaver and G. T. P.itnn,m, also in
itralght sets'"1 ' ' '
Summaries: - - - .
Longwood singles, fc-urtli round con
O. T. IMtnam, Boston, defeated II. j
Nlclceron, Boston. 8-8, 3-6. -2.,C-l.
eastern doubles, tlilrd round:
Dfbi.ey and Nllcs defeated' Seaver and
Putnam fi-3. M, 8-7.
Fourth r und :
Fottrell and Murray defeated Rosen
baum ami Whltnty. 11-9. 7-5, i-3.-
Hackett and Alexai der defeated Tallant
om! Johnson C-3; 6-3, 6-3.
DOWM TO THESEMI-FINALS
SIOFX FAL&S, 3. D.. July 24.-(Speclal
Telegram.) The South Dakota tennis
tournament has narrowed down to the
semi-finals In the singles' championship
contest with Krause ' of Minneapolis,
BTarjoon of Mitchell and Barton and
TVlgen of Sioux Falls still. In the race.
Barton now holds the state title and Is
expected to be one of tho contestants In
the final round.
In the doubles six teams are still play
ing. Barton and Phillips will play Win
terble and Knrlght; Brannon. and Youn?
will play Dule and Borman; Tlegen and
Grlswolrt will play Kenvon and Krauso
The doubles will be completed tomorrow
and the Jingles' championship will be
Knvffeils Win Tmi.
BUFFALO. N. Y.. July 24.-Kansas
City won a double-header from Buffalo,
today. C to 4 and IS to 5. All Buffalo'
pitchers looked alike to the visitors. Man
ager Schlafly using six In two games and
putting seventeen men In the lineup of
tho second game, which lasted two hours
and twenty-two minutes. Store, first
Kansas City 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4-6 10 1
Buffalo 2 00 1 00000-3 7 4
'BatteHes: Adams. Stone and Ertzen"
roth: r'chulz. Ford and Allen. Blair.
Score, second ganlc: R.H.IC.
Kansas City 0 1 3 2 1 0 0 4 2-13 18 0
Buffalo '..0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 5 8 3
Batteries: Cullon and Easterly: Krapp,
Moran, Brown. Woodman and Blair.
Tnn'iflmnil nt nt lsw City.
IOWA FALLS, la.. Julv 24 (Special.)
Announcement was made todav that the
annual rase hall tournament In this city
wo'ild be held Angiist 12 and 13. Clyde
Williams of Amos ha been secured by
the management o fthe tournament to
nmnlro the games, Contracts sre now
belntf made with four of the best semi
profe'slonsl teams In th!a part of the
ttate to pla for the purse to be hung
un bv the management. The teams se
lected are werster citv Forest City.
lAcklev rnd Hampton All four of these
teams have been playing fast ball and
some excellent sport is anticipated.
BURWELU Neb.. July 24. O pedal. )
Burwell and Cential City played a good
gamo of ball here yesterday, the home
team winning C to 2. The field was a lit
tle slow owing to a two-Inch rain Wcd
noeduy night. Burwell b't heavier and
nipported Holland well. Tho score:
Burwell 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 t 06 13, ?
Central city. O 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 02 7 4
Batteries: Burwell. Holland and Danze:
C ntral City, Miller and Ward.
-r --. .. ,
Ilegret Culuin's Ttelrnse,
Heveral of the Clneinnstl players, wish
that the club had kent Rafael Almeida.
The-oulet, amiable Portuguese-Cuban was
a soothing not a disturbing Influence. Mid
how he could s'xy that ball when called
on In a pinch' He could p--ay the outfield,
too; and the boya t-htnk that In two weeks'
time, played' regularly, he could' fully re
place Marssns. It was one of the great
errors of 1913 when Almeida was sent
away, and he'd be extremely useful now
Tto Titer: rir Reds.
Manager Charles Herzov of the Reds
thinks ha hss a coming star In Pitcher
Lear of Princeton and he Is soon to have
another e-T(re- on ts tain In the
perron of Tol Pendleton, If Pendleton
srows any such ability In the majors ox
he did In the college rant's he will get a
permanent place in the Reds' outfield,
Defeat Canadians in Contest to Meet
German Cup Team.
BROOKES AND WILDING STARS
Antlpndrnns, nrlth Clrnn lnt Vic
tory tlrer Dominion Player,
Mnkr Snorp of the
CHICAGO. July 24. -Aufttra'asln s greai
trnnls team, with Norman Hrokea and
Anthony Wilding us Its mainstays, today
earned the right to meet the German
tram In the contest for the Davis cup
With a clean cut victory over tho Cana
dlnn doubles team, tho Antlpodcans mado
a clean sweeu of the series. Today
match went to Brooks and Wilding 111
straight sets tin did their singles matches
jcslprdny The scores were 6-1, 6-3. 0-4,
AKuIn as in the slngtea the Canadians,
Ilotert It. Powell and B. P Schwengers.
were outclassed but again they made a
game fight and by desperato rallies won
the favor of the big crowd which watched
the match on the Onwentsla club's court
at Lake Forest, 111. The dominion Mara
today made much better showings than
yesterday. In plnclng and Judgment they
did as well( In tho main as their op
ponents, but the latter carried out nn
aggressive, smashing, campaign for every
point and never seemed at the end of
Thrill the- Crovril.
Both Brookes and Wilding thl tiled the
crowd with their splendid scrlee but
It was tho fteuuent volleying that fur
nished most of tho exciting Incidents
Time after time the ball was held In the
sir until a dozen strokes had so- t it
back and forth. In theao volleys, the
Canadian pair gradually was forced back
of the hupp Hup by tho terrific sriiashet
of their opponents while the latter ad
vanccd steadily until one of the' other
was playing right up to the net.
Occasionally the volley would be won
011 a drive down the middle of the court
by Wilding or Brookes, while Schwoners
and Powell depended almost solely on
The lobbing ns a rule presented no dif
ficulties to tho Australians.
Next week at Pittsburgh the Australians
will meet the German representatives In
a series for tho privilege of playing the
British team. Tomorrow 'exhibition
marches will be played by Schwengers
against Wilding and Brookes against
Point scores, first set
Australia .. 1 4 2 0 3 IS 4 5 4 i-32
Canada 4 2 4 1 5 3 2 3 0 2-294
Australia 4 0 4 3 4 1 4 4 4-28-
Canada 2 4 0 & 2 4 0 1 119-3
Australia ...S4C 4443 5 R 4 44
Canada .. .707202 5 38 1-33 4
PAUL WINS LEAD ON JIRASEK
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seem to have the edge over tho other
.Vovnk Alnkes (iooil Jump.
A flurry occurred in the flrat division
running broad Jump .event In the morning
when Edward Novak of the Baltimore
Blesh made successive jumps of 20 feet 9
Inches, 21 feet 1 inch and then 21 feet 3
inches for his best jump. Although not
equalling- the national-ehntnplonship rec
ord, made by Ray Prohaska of Omaha,
flvo years ago at St. Louis. It Is expected
to rank among the best at this tourney j
and make the other Jumpers hump to
I'nder the direction of Assistant Joe
Pokorny of Chicago' the 140 Turner girls
entered in the big melit all assembled en
masse and practiced their pretty folic
dances, the Bohemian polka and tho
schottlscllc, for over an houKln the morn
ing. They will be big drawing cards In
the inn In exhibition to bo held Sunday
afternoon and will practice again this
morning. , ,
II ud l.uek for Omiiliu Clrls.
Incidental to the girls' practice dissatis
faction cropped out among the Omaha,
alrls. who found that they had learned
the polka slightly different from -the '
method of the Chicago and other eastern
lassies. MIbh Maymo Kment, leader of. the
local, girls, entered a vigorous proicstjat
having to change their dance, but was
overruled by tho committee, It appeariig
that the majority of the girls were on the
With characteristic vim. Miss Kmcnt,
who comes of a family of famous To
ners, marshalled her girls' team and'
spent several hours releurning the polka
uccdrdlng to the eastern style, ho that
the locals still having a good -chance to
show the Chlcugoans a, thing or two In
I'luii for Street I'nriiilr.
Details of tho immense street parudo
to be hcjd Saturday afternoon, have been
arranged and announced by Charles Ston
Icka, Ray Prohaska, Vac Schneider ami
Oldrlck Jelen of the parade committee.
Tho big pageunt wll start at Turner hall,
Thirteenth and Martha streets, promptly
at 3 o'clock, with, thousunda of Bohemians
of Omuha. South Omaha and many other
cities in the long line. Fully 1M automo
biles will be used, and yet the main body
of paradera will be on foot, from which
fad the extent of tho line may be under
stood. Without doubt. It will bo one of
tho biggest purades ever held in Omaha.
Over 2,000 Bohemians from South Omaha
alone will march In the line, all the pack
ing house and other South Omaha work
ers being off duty for the gala affair.
They will come with two bands and fifty
autos. Plattsmouth will be represented
with over 200 people, who will come on a
special train In tho morning, and remain
over Sunday. Other special trains and
delegations will como from Clarkson' and
other Nebraska towns, and from ' neigh
bor In;: towns of Iowa, so that Omaha
will be literally swarming with Bohem
ians. Frank Rlha, a nstlonal champion
Turner, who lias distinguished himself
evf-n at Prague', the hlrthplaco of .Sokol
dom, will bo grand master of the day.
Assisting him will be Mayor Dahlman
and Chief of Police Brtggs of South
Route of Parade.
The line of march will bo as follows:
North to William street, west to Six
teenth, oorth to Harney, west to Right
eenth, north to Fa'rpam, cast to SlxUenth,
north to Douglas, cast to Tlilfteonth,
south to Farnam. west to Fifteenth, south
to Howard, west to Sixteenth and coun
termarch to Turner hall and disband,
. Two main sections will make up the
parade, one of the, Omaha and visiting
turners and other Bohemians and the
other exclusively of South Omahuns. A
platoon of mounted policemen will lead,
with marshals riding next. A title float
designed and built by Gus Renze of Ak-Sar-Bn
will head the main body of oath
section and halt a dozen bands wilt make
the atmosphere merry all the time.
Twenty-six stalwart judges, themselves
EXECUTION AWAITS HI MIN
GEVKRAt, MAXIMO CASTILLO.
K LPASO, Tex.. July 24. When they
come' Into power one of the first do
mnnds of the constitutionalists will bo
mado pon tho Vnlted Stalra for tho sur
render of General Maximo Castillo, now
held n prisoner at Fort Wlngnte. If he
is turned over to them, Castillo will 'lie
promptly executed. Catslllo Is credited
with tho kilting of at east twenty Amer
icans in Mexico.
veterans of lormer tournaments, will
march on foot, followed by tho many
male contestants 'and alt other local and
visiting turners. Bohemian old sottlcrs
will havo a division, nnd so will the
twelve Bohemian lodges, all of Whoso
members will turn out In festive attire
for the event. Tho turner girls and rep
resentatives of the women's Koclotlcs will
be In autos, the Junior turner hoys will
rlclo on. a big uuto truck and the little
girls will have a fleet of nutos to carry
Good weathen continued to minimize
the possibility of hcut prostrations and
accidents, only one minor accident occur
ring tnla morning. Anton" Kozony of the
Sokol Rozvod, Chicago, sprained his an
kle slght)y' by alighting on the odge
of a niut ut' the finish of his perform
ance on the horizontal, bar. It la thought
he will be able to take further part in I
the contests, novertheless. He la a con
tcstant In the third division.
Omaha's first division team is making
a showing, hut In the absence of - Frank
Rlha and other local veterans, who are
over-burdened with commlttuo work and '
therefore -cannot compete, the Gate City
turners have no chance to plaxo along
side of the easterners. The Omuha first
division Sokols are Frank Kre.cek. Anton
Treska and Rudolph Z.lkmund.
Girts Itlile About City.
Tho Commercial club furnished twenty
autos yesterday to tcko tho visiting turner
girl on-' a! long tour of ,thb-clty. Monday
aftemoon-.All., the turner men will be
guests at tho Sturz brewery for a boun
teous Dutch lunch, and In tho ovcnlng
the entlro crowd of visitors who are ablo
to remain that late will go through Gus
Rente's devilment at tho Ak-Sar-Bon.
Herman Shuts Out Grafs;.
I1HRMAN, Nob., July 24, (Speclol.)
The Herman team shut out Craig, 9 to 0.
Jack Weber at second for the locals got
A double and two singles In four times at
hat. and ucccpted ten chances without an
error, ricoio: R. 11.12.
Craig 0 0000000 0-4) 4 7
Htrman 0 3 1 1 0 1 1 2 - 11 0
Sale of Dresses
Our entlro stock formerly sold
up to $15.00, divided into two lots,
at 83.05 and $11.1)5.
Up to $2.00 WuistB at Sc.
ORKINS, 1510 Douglas Street
Is the big day for Bee Want Ads
To Avoid Disappointment
bring your Want Ad to The Bee office
before 7:30 tonight. Or you can tele
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TUpUn, Tyler 1000 THE OMAHA BEE ".ryboJy R,aJ, B Want AJ
Disappearance of His Fortune
Solved by Chief of Detectives
The mystery of the disappearance of the
interest on 4,OUO, German marks and.
7.CUI.O0O Chines yen. as well as of two
clocks, one of solid sliver and the other
of gold, wna. solved by Chief of Detoe.
lives teo Malouey io tho entire satis
faction of Rev. C. W. Savidgo and Peter
Goos. tho latter being the mnii lio
many yours ago posseescd a fortune.
Goos. a trifle off, mentally, has bo'n
staying at the lloiiso of Hoh He Is
past seventy yenr.s of age.
Recently hr remembered thnt ho bad
npjd two diamond mines to tho empress
of China and the kaiser of Germany
and that he had tho money In the bank
there Ho used only the interest, which
was sent him. tivcry six mouths. fever-Hi
tlivn ago. ho received cablegrams from
hlH ugeiitH, notifying, him that tho kalsor
mid empress werw mailing by parcel post
gold and silver clocks, along with the
interest on his m-otu-y. The pared, has
been overdue for three uookn, and Goos
has been Importuning Rev. Mr. Savldge
to help him. Tho pnekngo was to arrive
OUTSIDER TAKES THE PRIZE
King Clansman WinB $5,000 Tavern
Steak on North Randall.
"D0PESTERS" ARE ALL UPSET
Four llnec Ituu, but llrnvlness at
Truck Pret ciitn ltx.tltlu of
Fast Time nt Hie .Meet
C'LUVinAND, July 34,-Tho "iloiieatnrs"
received a severe iisttlng In yester
day's featuru event at North Randall on
tho Grntul Circuit. King Clansman, a
rank outsider, won the 36,000 Tavern Bteak
by capturing easily thceooond, third anil
fourth hcata after finishing a poor fourth
to McClosky In tho olieiilng beaU
His best time of 2-Mi. equal to tho
ovonfs best time, although the track was
heavy owing to rain In the morning,
which delayed tho opening day's racing.
Later in tho afternoon, however, the
track dried off a little.
Four races wero run on tho fourth day
of tho North Randall racing. The heavi
ness of tho track prevented tho repetition
or tho fast tlmo thnt has characterized
tho meet this year.
Beth Clark, in tho first ovwnt tor 2:09
class pacors, after finishing seventh In
the first heat, emerged from tho bunoh
on the stretch In tho second and nosed
out tho field. Both Clnrk secured the
polo lu tho third heat and was never
headed, capturing tho boat and tho event
Tho third race, a 2:18 class trotting
event, went to Mahomet Watts In throe
straight bents. Barnoy Glbbs, however,
contested even foot of tho way In evory
hent, finishing second each time.
Tho last loco wan unfinished. It was
a paco for 2:14 oluss. After R, H. Brest
had won I ho first two heats and had
been nosed out hy Fred DcForrost In tho
third, tho judges announced the event
would bo carried over to tho noxt day
on account of darkness.
Pacing, 2:00 class, pUrne, $1,000:
Both Clark, bk. in., by Joe Pat-
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Now York and Iteturu - $48.00 $52.50
(Ono way via Buffalo, othor way via Washington.)
Now York and Hotum $50.00 $52.50
(One way via Buffalo, other way via steamer Norfolk and Wash
ington.) Now York and Keturn $51.90 - $50.20
(Ono way via Montreal, othor way via Buffalo or Pittaburg.)
Ronton and Hot urn $42.10 (o $46.50
iiiwton und Hoturn $50.80 $50.85
(Ono way via Montreal, other way via Buffalo and Albany.)
Boston and Hcttirn $54.80 to $50.SO
(Ono way via Buffalo and Albany, other way via Now York and
lloHton nnd Return $53.70 to $56.10
(One way via Buffalo and Albany, other way via steamer Norfolk
Boston mid Return $56.70 to $59.10
(Ono way via Buffalo and Albany, othor way via steamer Now York.
Norfolk and Washington.)
Our list includes points in Michigan, Ohio, Ontario, Quebec, New
Brunswick, Newfoundland. Nova Scotia, Mnlno, Now Hampshire,
Vermont, Now York, Now Jersey, Connecticut and Virginia,
Long Limits and Liberal Stopover Privileges.
at the Brutidels store aub-postofflco,
and thither Savldgo and Peter Goos went,
to meet disappointment.
"Steve Malonoy will know," quavered
the old man. To Maloney they went.
Savldge explained the problem and winked
sagely at the chief.
"Why Mr. Goos, I have had Informa
tion through rndio-tclepathio and psychlr
i-hanuols that you gambled all your
money away on tho stock exchange and
pawned tho clocks," accused Maloney.
."1 know all about you."
The old man arose, weakly, and took
"It's true. 1 thought I hnd kept my j
secret and could plead robbery for tha
.iflsiilipouriuico of my wealth, t am a
heartbroken old man."
Fifty yeais ago, Peter (Ions then a
very young man operated sevornl saloons !
(mm mucin ill-it,, nun M ua limn no ucm.a
very wealthy. In Inter years he com, .
t ... .1 .11 1 fl.nll., 1,1. I
Illirilil'll IU MCUIIUU, H1U .1111111 mo
invnlullty becamo weakened.
ohen (Valentine) 6 11
Fay Richmond, g. g. (Lane) 1 2 2
Dr. M. Ch. h. (Sweeney) 2 4 i
Frank Pntchen. br. h. (CoX), Sollers 1),
b g.. (Garrison); Cohn 1). b. g., (l.utz)j
Tilly Tipton, b. m. (Murphy); Miss New
sure, b. m. (Nuckols); Homor llaugh
man, li.li, (Snow), also started.
Time, J:0&Vi. 2:004, J:06i.
Tiottlng, 3:14 class, tho Tavern steak,
King Clansman, br. h by the
Clansman (McMahon) 4 1 1 1
MrCloskey. br. g (McDonald). .12 2 2
Lassie McGregor, br. m. (Mur
phy) 3 3 3 4
Haxcl Lnlng, oh. m, (Andrews).. R B 4 3
Mont Forih. b. h, (Jackson) 2 4 Mis
Time. 2 09Vi, 2:(Wt4, 2:00y, 2:08H.
Trotting, 2HR class, purse, $1,000:
Mahomet WnUs, K h by General
Watts (Snow) Ill
Barney Glbbs. br. g. (Gen) 2 2 3
The Comet, ch. g. (Myers) 4 3 3
lottle Slmmonds, br. m. (Todd); Donna
R. hlk. m. (Ready); Tho Temples, b. m.
(Murphy); also started.
Tlmo, t:QQ, 2:11W.
Pacing, 214 class, purse, H.OrjO. unfin
ished: R 11. Brent, b. r. by Wapanoo
(Grady) 1 1 n
Fred De Forest, br. h. (Osborn) 7 7 1
Klla McKay, hlk. in, (Cox) 2 2 0
Laura Patch, b. m, (Nloholson): View
Pointer, b. h. (8lalght); Little Director.
br. g (Valentine); Major Ong. b. g.
(.Murphy); Rodney W. b. g. (McDonald);
Tomklng. b. g. (Boyle); also startad.
Time. 2:(MVi. 2:08W, 2:0OU.
Throwln Fills Gap.
Inflelder Artie Butler waa only a sort
of a thruw-ln In tho St. Louis-Pittsburgh
trade ' to boot" as It were but ho has
beon a llfesnver to tho Cardinals, filling
the gap at shortstop almost ns well as
Hauser could havo done It. Ho never had
much opportunity at Pittsburgh and tho
fact that Fred Clarke let him get away
without testing him more thoroughly Is a
demonstration of the "mistakes of man
DodftrrN fur Gannt Trip.
Frank Bancroft has scoured Jako Dau
bert and "Buck" Wheat of tho Brooklyn
team for his all-star Nutlonr.l league team
that will go to tho coast with Connie
Mack's Athletics tills fall. Ho expeots to
take Tom Clark nnd Heine Oroh of the
Reds, and possibly Manager Herzog will
decide to go along, too, Tho two teams
will start from Cincinnati on Sunday, Oo.
Annley Blanks Kn-rennn,
RAVENNA. Neb,. July 34,-(0pecial,)-Ravenha
was defeated by Anslcy yestor-i
day, t to 0.
For information in detail, inquire
Ifiviniun i-osscuKcr ABCDii
nt..l..l .. .
Johnson Now Free
to Pitch for Feds
CHICAGO. July 24,-Judge Baker of
tho apellate court today refused a peti
tlon of the Cincinnati Nationals that ho
grant a stay of dissolution of tho In
junction .prohibiting Pltohar Johnson
from playing with the Kansas City Fed
erals. Judge Fodl has dissolved tho In
junction nnd thoro Is now no legal Im
pediment to Johnson's playing.
NEW CHARGE IN COURT
ST 1AJI IS, July 34. Armando Mnr
s.tns. Cuban baso ball player, In nn an
swer filed today to tho potltlon of the
Cincinnati National leagiio club asking
for h permanent injunction restraining
Mnrsiins from playing with the St. roulB
club of tho Federal league, charged the
Cincinnati club with violation of the FcJ
oral alien labor contract law.
MursauH says last January while he
was In Havana tho Cincinnati club sent
a representative to him to. sign a contract
which Is In violation of tho federal law
Unit prohibits the Importation of aliens
for contract labor.
I.nurrl At' Ins Aanln.
IAURKU Neb., Julv 24.-(Bpeclal Tele
gram.) U-uirnl dofeatod Hartington hero
today. 4 to 3. Routt allowed ten hits,
struck out eight mid passed Uirce. Hav
allowed eight hits nnd struck out seven
Two hoinn runs wero made by Ray Peck
for Ijuirol. Ratterlns: Laurel, Routt and
Pepow; Hartington. Hay and Vyman
1502 S. 10th St.
Phone D. 756G
Hot weather sense
Ent cooling foods in clean
The Puro Food Sign.
Baaemont City Natl Dank nidg
Or Boston Lunches.
210 South 10th BL
1400 Uouglns SU
1408 Fnrnam St.
24 POUNDS FOR $1.00
Rest cane Granulated Bugar. It will
pay you to put up your fruit with pure
3 lbs. Moyuno Hpecial Coffee $1.00
Tcna, all klndB, per lb 40o to 80o
Hugar sold with $1,00 other goods.
MOYUNE TEA CO.
400 IT, leth St. Phone Douglas 246.
fTlttrfff im rtiiitlfiti Vu m.i.
PromoUf a SaavUoi ctevth.
ttTT rails to SMtocs Oiti
lislr to 1U YouUiful Color?
PrOTeata btlr falllnr.
i If, nnd tl.no t TVnrrl.U.
OCISA.Y TRAVIS I,.
Short Sea Route
From Montreal & Quebec
in i win m'
German Home Park
SUNDAY, JULY 26
Mandolin Orchestra & Singers
fluster's Qrpheum Orchestra
Iin.T.TArT BABEK, Soprano.
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