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JOBBERS EASILY TAKE LAST
Hare Walkaway Defeating Willii,
Who It Hit Hard and Often.
WICHITA PILES UP TWELVE RUNS
Rata la Last Half of the lath
Betirers Baker, Wha l-els la
le Scores Dartae;
WICHITA. Aug. S. Wlrhlta won the
laat game of th series from Omaha In
reny fashion. Willi" was hit hard and
often, the loo Is plllnx up twelve aeons.
A rain fall during- the laat bait of the
ninth and Baker was unable to control
the ball. Omaha made five acoree In that
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Tydeman. rf & t S 3
Nicholson. U 4 3 3 4 0 0
ORourke. 2b ( 1 2 3 0 0
Kltastminons. aa (13 2X2
J-till d. cf a S I I 0 0
Itapp, 3h 4 J J 1 0
.Henry, lb 4 I Z t 0
lones, c 1 0 0 2 0
Baker, p 6 0 0 0 J 0
Total 5 U II n I 3
AB. H. H. O. A. E.
Krug. If 3 2 1 0 0 0
Thoniason, cf 4 0 2 1 0 0
Krueger, c 4 0 110 1
Srhllabner, lb 6 0 0 1 0
Consallon, rf 4 12 0 0 0
Thomas, 3b 3 1 10 4 0
Graham. 2b 4 0 0 1 (0
Iunlop, aa 4 110 3 0
Willis, p 210(1
xCroeby t 1 0
TotaJa 36 I 10 M 11 2
s Hatted for Willis In ninth.
Omaha 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 (
Wichita 0 0 0 2 0 3 11 li
I-eft on bases: Wichita, : Omaha, 6.
KacrifWa hits: Thomason. liapp, J one.
Two-ban hits: O'llourke, Thomwnn,
iMlla, Krug Fltaslmrnons. Ktolen baeea:
Tydeman, Nicholson tSi, Henry, Krug,
Conxaiton, Thnmaa. struck out: Ky
W lllla. 3: by Maker. 0. JHaavs on balls:
tff Willie, h: off ilaker. 4. Wild pitch:
Haker. Umpires: iiarr and Uaaton.
aiorx hit TorEKt at will
Whole Array of Jlarlera kfewed
Don a by he ladtaaa.
TOPEKA, Kan.. Auk 5.1fioux Ctly hit
Top,;ka pluhira at will and won tally,
14 to a. tsrora:
AB. a M. O. A.B.
ik h ran. 3b & 1 3 8 i
1 -a Flainbera, If 4 0 0 0 0
1-on y l nc, rf ( l 2 3 0 0
Kuernor, lb 4 0 3 7 0
Happa. c. a 0 1
1 aiiion, cf 2320
l.aiumore, 2b 2 1 a 0 I i
hlHn, aa 4 0 O 2
Daahner, p 0 0.0 0
tilKl. p. , i 0 1 0 3 0
alrcloth, p. 1 0 0 0 0
Totala St r II t l
AH. K II. O. A,K.
t'ooney, 2b & 0 0 I a 1
l 'lark, if (01100
Kane, lb 4 1 3 0 o
Davidson, cf , 1 1 0 2 M 0
Baird. iib 4 3 113
ail.haii, If 3 1 3 i v
Wmtth. aa 4 0 2 2 3 2
Murphy, c ( 1 2 a
1 aapcr. p ( 2 2 0 4
Totala Mt 10 12 ST 13 "l
Minim out: hit by batted ball.
Top ka I00l3t t
Si"U City 0 ( 1 0 0 0 2 1 1-10
He.jnn run: llalrd. Two-baae hits: Kor
afhe. Taillon. ljiitlmore ii, smith. eo
nllce fly: Koerner. lKMible play: Cnoney
to bmlin to Kane. Rtolwn baana: Halrtl,
Kan, Hlta: )ff Itaahner, 3 In on In
hina; oif ru-lalgl, ( In ala lnninaa; ff
l aij cloth. 4 In two tnnlnaa. llaara oa
balia: off ashner, 1; oil Kelslgl, ; off
h ain lnlh. I; off (iiutprr. 2. .sir in k out
Hy Ziiuihner, lj by Krlelal, (; by Keit-
loth. 1. lilt by pitchrvl haii: Dy Lli
nr. 1. Wild pitch: halrcluib a), i m.
DK.tYKR FROM BOOITERI
Derldla (iaiue at Berlra Settled fcy
. scan mt Tbrcev Tnr
PK3 XniNEH. U.. Auir. I In-.r wn
the dtcldlnt; arame of the avrlrs tram ih
Itooateis this aJttmooq. 3 to 2. by bunch-
iniiiia 011 iiuen wuu two out In the
eveutn tnnins. ekoic:
AB. R. If. O. A. E.
Halm, rr o 3 2 0
f iuntrr, rf 4 040
Burr-rll. 3b .3 1 0 0
Jnllfl, lb 4 0 10 0
Ml. c 4 0 17 10
KHMlUL as 4 2 J 2
Vlrcrn. If 3 0 0 3 0
Harlord. 2b 4 0 3 1 (0
ltKan 4 10 0 3 0
1 0 0
Totals l 3 1 27 10 0
AB. H. M O. A. K.
Ftye, 2b 413(0
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ered promptly. L:s tb phone.
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faldy. rf. ..
Kditigton, f .
( 'off ey, ma.,..
Uaakell, p 4
Touls 34 3 I 21 U 1
Batted for Hoaan In ninth.
Pea Moines 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 02
Denver 1 o 0 0 0 0 2 0 i
Two-base hits: foffv. Butcher, Oas
koll. Faye, Kaldt, llolne run: t'a-aldy.
mruia win: jiv iioKan, o; oy (jaaaeii, a.
Hits: Off ("ovlnirton, riona In one Innina,
Kaaes on balls: Off Ilorau. J: off lias-
kll, 2. Irt on bases: Oes Molne. 3;
IJenwr, 0. Tim. 1:2b. t'mplrea: Cullen
ITEHZEH HOLDS 'LOPBS DOW
Pltehea Waaderfal Gaaae for Jaalea,
Wlaalaaj, Tm ta Oaf.
ST. JOSEPH, Ana-. I-An airtight pitch-Ina-
battle between Khmun and Hleraar
enaea in tne twelfth Inning today whm
Hrlttan alniiled with Kox on aerond baae.
Ko acorln. Hteraer pitched a wonderful
Cxme. allowlna the vlaltlnK dub but four
hlta and pllchina the last eleven innings
without being acored on. Bccre:
..... . AB. R II. O. A. K.
-mer. rr I, 1 i j o o
McdHfrivan, aa II 0 1 3 0
i.iovo, in t 0,1 2 7 1
Collins. If ,...4 0 1 3 0 0
QiiMlln. 3b.. .(. '.. 4 ' 0 ' t 1 0
Sohrather, tt 4 0 0 4 0 0
H. Willlama, lb 3 ft 0 It 2 0
itnnor. c a a 1 n
li'.nman, p 3 0 1 1 0
4 34 1
AB. R. H
O. Watson, rf 4
Pstterson. lb (
Brltton. ss.3h (
H. Williams, rf (
Wall. a 3
rtchang, r.-3b S
Kteraer, p 4
Totals ...,..4J I
U 34 21
Aw4,tut . whn " 'nnlna; run scored:
Orlfflth out, bunting third strike.
Hatted for Wall in ninth.
Uncoln 10000000000 0-1
Ht. Joseph 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1-2
Two-base hits: WUler. R. Watson, Brlt
ton. Hacrlf Ice Hits: Collin. O. Wstso-i,
Irltton. Htolen bases: Fox. Double
l,,',r.": B.BhoJtto Qun to Williams,
lirltton to Hchaxig- to Patterson, brltton
to It. Watson to Patterson. Left on
base: Uncoln, (; Ht Joaxph, I. HI ruck
lV J v"""- ' y Hteraer. . llaa-e
vn i! 1 nieraer, off Khtnan, 3
Hit by P toned ball: By Ehman (rtuter
ron. Wall); by Hterser H. Williams),
lime: 245. Umpires: Dessau Orlfflth
Sluf eds Defeat the
PITTSBURGH. Aug. l.-Bt. Louki de
feated th Pltlaburgh Federals In th
second game of th series today, 3 to 2.
There waa little hitting and no scoring
except n th sixth Inning. Seer: R.H.E.
M. l.ouie 0 0000(0003
j-uiauurgn 0000300 03 7
Batteries: Uroom and Simon; I.eclalr,
Walker and Berry.-Kerr.
BROOKLYN, Aug. ( - Hoffman a
double. Westerall'a alngl and Land's
eaf hit to left la th alxth lanlng,
scoring Hoffman, brought la th deciding
run which easbled Brooklyn today to
win from Kanaa City, 4 ta a, Rcore:
Kanaaa City 160030 03 1
urooKiyn 110110 4 t 2
Hatteriea: Stone. Adams and Easterly;
SeKton and Land.
tilFFAU). N. Y.. Aug. lA ninth,
liming rally gav Indianapolis today
fume, ( to 4. Th Buffed also filled
the bssea with only on out la th last
half of th ninth Inning, but they were
ui able to score, -ore: K.H.K.
Indianapolis I 0 0 1 0 2 7 1
J'ulfalo lO 1 00 2 0u4 4
Batteries: Moselay, Billiard and Rati
den; eVhuis and bieir.
. SaraTat Triaaa Bcatla Twlee.
SARGENT. Nb., Aug. . 4 Special Tel
ei mil.)-Kargent took two of the fastest
guinea this season from fck-oU yesterday
and today. In th first iiim Walter
Johnson II, belter known aa John Reach,
would not allow 8cotia to cross home
plate, shutting them out, 4 to 0. Mmokey
John allowed Scotia only six scattered
l.ita and struck out elaten men. fcauiter
a en the mound for eVotla and did ex
cellent work. M"ore:
lament 0 0 1 t 4 4
bcoii 0 a a 4
Batteiira: Katgent. Reach and Raach:
H.otia, haulier and Dansee. Wmuire:
Toe ay Sargent took the lonr end of It.
uruia 1 i 1. .Misma was on
me n 10 una tor oargeni, lury for Sco
tia. 8ie: K1IK.
Karaent 1 141T4
Bcolia 1 0100 0 03 4 7
struck out: By Atlahle. I; bv Puryea, 1
B&tterlea. farBt. AUslile and Prichard;
Scotia, Duiy and Lianaee. I uipirc:
Defeat far Beetere.
CAMBRHXiK. Neb. Aug. a-tHpwial
Telcgiani) Cambridge defeated the
liansas City Bwoetera jf Kiulth CenUr,
7 to a Batteries'. Cambridge. Juatua and
Carroll: boosters, Moat and Bournaiu.
:anilridg got eleven hlta and the booel
era seven. Th game was won by a bat
tlug rally la the ninth.
4ii ai t
( 4 0-4 (
7 14 1-3 7
II 1-4 1
Carry Uaea I Hast I age.
IOWA C1TT. la.. Aug l.-Spe.tel Tel
rgram r'aul J. Curry, quarterback of
ine iowi root ball team In l,iu. mil anl
llil. has accepted a position a coath of
the Hastings college team at Hastings.
crry ruainfa me ioa (lealinian
l'il' rrKht. '. Intcrnstlonal
NORFOLK IN THE FIFTEENTH
Two Hiti in Final Inning; by Turpin
and Bright Tarn Tide.
HARD BATTLE FROM THE FIRST
Saaerlorlty Orer Calaaabas Re
vealed by Oraellaa; Contest
Waved la Brllllaat rialak
af Two Ran la Oat,
NORFOLK. Neb., Aug. (.-( Special
Telegram.) Two hits In th fifteenth In
nlng by Turpin and Bright won th game
from Columbus, 3 to 1, this afternoon. It
was a hard battle from th first Inning,
la which Dad Town' Drummers showed
superiority over Columbus. Norfolk is
now In sixth position for th first time,
AB H O A.E.
AB H O A a).
Bond, in. lb I
I VTurpla. rf... 7 1 4 1 t
Krsslnger, e 7 1
ok.k. :b t 1 I 7 1
tMelkar, lb.. 4 111
1 Hrlbl, II.... 4 144
Pratt, II I
rrrt, af.. i
Hlh, rf... I
Klruaner, . I
1 Obruca. cf ... lilt
I 2Town, lb.. I 14 1 1
SHroars, as... 4 1111
I M U.Mr. f... I 11 1
INm, e till
- ninth. ( s a a
Tetais ....it r44 II
Totals .... I 44 21 I
On out when winning run scored.
Columhua 0000910000000 01
Norfolk 10000004000000 1-3
Two-bas hlta: Bright, Nee. Bases on
balls: Off Hlrsoh, 3: off Klrchner, A
fHruck out: Uv Hlrach. : bv Klrchner.
7. Left on bares: Norfolk. 12: Onlum
bus, 0. Double playa: Hlrach to Musser
to Towne. Rels lo Brown. Passed bails:
Musser 12), Kranlnaer. Hit by ptfebed
ball: Role and Bright by Klrchner. Bao
rlfic hits: Klrchner. Dvrert. Brown 121.
Towne, Nee, Turpin. Plolon bases: Rem,
Rondeau, Kranl.iger, Melker. Tim: 2:66.
Haatlagra Lasea ta Yark.
lIAflTINO. Neb.. Aug. 6.-Hfipclal
Telesrain.) With three pttchera playing
In th outfield and boota on the Infield,
Hastings lost to York, 12 to 4, today. Th
game waa alow and fsatureieas. aloart;:
I0RK. s HABTlNliS.
AS It O A 1 AU H.O.A I.
Rita, aa I 1 IBechtold, II I
Mumhy. (.. (
II epUrt., tt.. 11
1(1 SHrowa, 2b... 4 11
111 Oatoora, aa.... ( 4 t
11 aoattaua, 10. I 1 ( 0
II (Kller, rt I I 4
111 lltlunaMm, e I 1 7 I
IS IMatilrka, 3b. 4 2 I 4
111 SKliarmaa. If 4 a
Teltea, lb. .. I
K Harris, I
luisr. rf... I
Hrhlml, a... I
PsrnMn, If.. I
g. Harris, a. I
Plarot, .,.. 3 11
Tetal 17 11 37 1
Total. ....M I 37 IS 4
York 0 10 0 14 11 1-13
(lasting 0 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 04
Two-baa hlta: Brown (2). Richardson,
Matticka. Murphy 12), . Harris. (Sac
rifice hit: Bechtold. Stolen bases:
Klettman. Bechtold, Chase. Htruck out:
By Piercy, ; by Harria, a Bases on
balls: Off Plrcy, 7; off Harria, 7. Sac
rifle fllea: I'lercy, B. Harris. Double
plays: Mattlcks to Oettman t2). Totten
to Chase. Hit by pitched ball: By
I'lercy, 2. Passed ball: Pchimel. "Tim:
llo. L'mplre: Newtime.
tlraaal Ulaad Baaebee and Wiaa.
URAND leLAND, Neb., Aug. 4. IHpa
clal Telegram.) Orund Island won from
Kearney today by bunching hlta off
Wright, while Htevena pitched tight ball
and kept the hlta acattered. Krrora con-
inouteu to all th visitors scores. Bcore;
KgAJtHBV. 0RAJ4D ISLAND.
AB H O A a. AS H O A
g;a.k, lb... 4 111 IRabea. lb... 114 1
e a a eutMt, k I
I area. If.., I
11 (k'era.r. f. , I
auewner. rf.. 4
II 4v'anre, c 4
11 4(',ir, lb... 4
111 KUhorg. n. 4
14 laleeeaa, a.. 4
Woodruff, as I
KrltkMa. a. I
Wrlakl, ... I
Pl;le . 1
I 14 37 14 I
TeUla ....U 14 1 1
Plympton batted for Wrlgrht In ninth
Kearaev 0 0 1 0 1
Urand Island 0 1 0 1 3 1 -(
Base on balla: Off Wright, t: off Star.
ana, 3. Struck out: By Wright. 4; by
ctevena, j iwo-mw nit: vanoa. named
runs: Orand Island, A I .eft on baaea:
Kearney, 8; Orand Island, 7. Sacrifice
hits; Synek, Ramsey, Roben, ObaL Molen
bases: Acik, Payne 2), Varney. Tim:
3. Oi. Cniplr; Qulgley.
in State Tennis Play
WAYNE, Neb., Aug. l-(8peclal Tel-grain.)-Th
fliat day of th Nebraska
aiat tennis tournament at this place
showed aome faat playing In th first
round. Thar were elxty-etxht entries.
Coach Stlehro of th University of Ne
braska, official referee, won f roni J. 8.
Maths eon. 4-4. 4-0. Powell, Omaha
High school star, won from Patterson of
Arapahoe, 4-2, 4-2. Weaver Ling of North
Bend, fomvar champion of th 1'nlveralty
of Nebraska, defeated Haskell. South Da
kota player, 4-2. 4-1 Another result that
waa Interesting waa th defeat of Dru
liner of Plattsmouth, champion of Ne
braska two yeara ago, by fcVakln of
Sholea, who was defeated by Drullnertwo
years ego. Th player were entertained
at smoker at the) city ball tonight.
PRELIMINARY ROUND. .
Drullner beat Krsklne. -2. 4-4.
Oomboia beet Krnst, 7-4. 4-3.
C. Powell beat Heald. 4-L 4 L
:illott beat Orunea. 4-2. 4-3.
1m ut a beat Pile, 4-4, 4-4.
Hamblln beat lewis, 4-4. 4-1
R, Powell beat Patterson. 4-4, 4-3.
Cussock beat FUher, 4-t 4-1
Carlson beat South, 4-3, 1-4. 4-1
Harrison beat Harrington, 4-1, 4-4.
trakine txat Llndatrom, 4-1. 4-2.
Pae.alk beat Hum, 4-1. 4-2.
Oivideralteve beat Groevenor. 4-4. 3-4. 4-1
ftockhana beat Nance, 4-3, 41
Barka beat Watkina, 4-1. 4-3.
Weaver Ung beat Haakel. -!, 4-t
Buck beat Thompson. 4-3, 4-2.
Kueha beat Cbnakiouson. (-4, 3-4, 4-3.
Calvert beat Kemp, s-3. 4-0.
H Poe beat Hamblln. 4-1. 4-2
HtUhm beat J. Mathewsoa. 4-0. 4-0.
Uaily beat VinDiu.il 4-4.
) Be Want Ads f-roduc Itesulis.
OMAHA, TIi;iWI)AV. AUGUST G, 1914.
Standing of Teams
WEST. LRAOITK.I NAT. LKAOCK.
Sioux City..6 43 New Vol k.. ..VI 37 .SMI
Denver 62 4f .5741 Chicago ....02 46.1.34
SL Joseph.. l 44 .67i.ft. Louis ..E2 47.62S
Des Moines .66 53 .M Boston 4 46 .M4
Lincoln ....62 (3 .4" Cincinnati ..46 61.474
Omaha 4 67 .42 Philadelphia 43 40 .479
Topeka ....43 67 .3tli Brooklyn ...40 01 .440
Wichita ...43 66 .:S. Pltshurgh ..40 M .430
AMKH, LKAOUK. I FFJ. LEAOITB. .
Louisville .. 49 ,f3j Chicago ..,. 43 .Mi
Milwaukee 2 4S .ix4! Haltimor ..62 41.660
Cleveland .U 64 .51 H
Columbus .65 63 .&ot
Brooklyn ..40 41 .644
Indlanapils 60 43 .CM
Buffalo ....47 46 .606
Pittsburgh .4 1 62 . 441
Indlanapils 67 67 .MH
Kan City...o 55 .WG
Mlnneaplls 63 62 .477
Kan. City... 42 67 .44
ft. Paul ... 40 70 .3641 St. Louis... .42 64 . 429
W'KSTBRN LEAGUE. ,
Denver, 2; Dea Moiriea, 2.
Lincoln, 1; St. Joseph, 2.
Hloux City, 10: Topeka, (.
Omaha, 4; Wichita. 12.
Philadelphia, 7; Chicago, 4.
Boston, 6; Ht. Louis, 0.
New rork, 14; Detroit, 4.
Washington, 2: Cleveland. 3.
Ht. IiOUla. 4: Brooklyn. 0.
Pittsburgh, 0; Boston, 4.
Chicago, 0; New York, 3.
Cincinnati. 0; Philadelphia. 6.
Kanaaa City, 3; Brooklyn, 4.
Chicago, 4; Baltimore, 0.
Indianapolis, 6; Buffalo, 3.
SL Louis. 3; Pittsburgh. 2.
Indianapolis, 7-2: Minneapolis, (-3.
Cleveland, 4-1: Milwaukee, 6-3.
Ijouisrllle, 4; St. Psul, 3. ,
Western League No games scheduled.
American league No games acheduled.
National Leaxu Pittsburgh at Boston,
St. Louis at Hrooklyn, Chicago at Nov
York. Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Federal League Kansas City at Brook
lyn, Chicago at Baltimore. Indianapolis
at Buffalo, St. Louis at Pittsburgh.
American Association Indianapolla at
Minneapolis. Cleveland at Milwaukee, Co
lumbus at Kanaaa City.
Nebraska Htate Learue Kearney at
Orand Island, York at Hastings, Superior
at Beatrice, Columbus at Norfolk.
MASHiE CONTEST AT
FIELD CLUB SATURDAY
Mashl championship of th Field club
will be contestod for Saturday afternoon.
when aspirants wUl try their skill at hit
ting a flag aeventy-flv yard distant.
Each contests nt will have throe shots and
a club trophy will be given.
Ht. Edward Defeats Lladsay.
ST. EDWARD, Neb., Aug. (.-(Special.)
--8C Edward defeated Lindsay yeaterday
In a close game. St Edward won th
game In the last of the ninth with a walk
and a hit over the fence. Score: R.H.E,
Lindsay 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0-7 S
St. Edward. ..0 1 ( 0 0 0 0 0 2-8 12 4
Batteries: St. Edward, Qulnn and
rianer; unaeay. ljcign ana JioseiKa.
Another "Collealaa" Star.
Third Baseman Ilheam of the Pitta
burgh team Is a graduate of the famous
Pittsburgh collegians, Jim Shaw of
Washington, "Lefty" Oeorge and other
players of note formerly played with th
MOOR HEAD CALLED ON
CARPET BY DEMOCRATS
A local democratlo council of war was
held Tuesday night at the Paxton 'hotel
with Governor Morehead present to help
else up th situation. The chief result of
the conference waa a calling on the carpet
of Election Commissioner Moorhead, who
was accused of using th machinery of
his office to further the ambition of a
republican candidate for governor who
had promised to keep him In his lob.
The democratic patriarchs insisted that
th nonpartisan election commissioner
show his democracy a little stronger In
appreciation of appolutment by a demo
cratlo governor, and assurance was de
manded that whatever changes are to be
made In the judges and clerks for the
primary he would keep thes Interests in
Xfwi JSotea fro a Falrbary.
FAIKBURY, Neb., Aug. t-(Speclal )
A large delegation of Falrbury people
left for Alexandria to attend the annual
plcnlo at that place. A fraternal picnic
will be held at Dlller August 13.
Acting County Clerk Frank Houstan
bss completed the ballots for the primary
and seme have been turned over to the
Falrbury News printery. The primary
ballots are being printed. Owing to O.
H. Bonney, recorder of deeds, resigning
August 1, three candidates, including II.
O. Nellis, Jamea Hutchison a'nd O. F.
Burford are seeking this position, and it
will be necessary tor th voter to writ
their names on th ballot
Owing to th Impending strike, James
P. Holland, chairman for th Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineers, and II. C.
Emery, for the firemen, have been laying
off thle week and conferring with the
local member of th brotherhood.
W. A. In wood of Good land, Kan., ha
arrived In Falrbury, and taken a position
as chief dispatcher. He succeeds W. C.
Cavanagh, resigned. Mr. Caranagh, who
has beta "chief since May, ISO), will
engage In the lit Insurance bualneas.
James B. Odey, an engineer en tha
through freight runs. 31 and 94, Falr
bury to Horton, Is laying off. and da-
parted for Excelsior Springs, Mo., to re
cuperate hla health.
Charlie Eggert ia out of servloe oa
account of sa Injury he sustained at
Alva. Mr. t-'ggert la a biakenjan oa
runs M and St, sad had hia left forefinger
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
PHILLIES SHUT OUT THE REDS
Batting Rally in Seventh Givei Phil
adelphia the Game.
SCORE IS FIVE TO NOTHING
Foar Sinales . Beached with aa
Error, Pass and flaerlftc Hit
pell Defeat far the
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. t.-A batting
rally In tha seventh Inning when four
singles ware bunched with an ror, a
pass and a sacrifice, enabled Philadelphia
to defeat Cincinnati today, S to a Score:
Cincinnati 0 0 00 0 44 00-0 7 2
Philadelphia 000000(0 ( 10
Batteries! RrVir:,lf .' . mT n.iiil..
Mayer and Kllllfer.
Braves Wla Eight la Row.
BOSTON. Aug. (.The home team won
their eighth straight arame today, shut.
jtlng out Pittsburgh. 4 to 0. Boston's hits
! wer timely. Score: R.H.E.
! Boston 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 24 4 1
Pittsburgh 000 0400 0-0 4 3
Batteries: James and Cady; O'Toole,
Kantlehner and Gibson.
Card Blank Dodger.
BROOKLYN, Aug. 6 Reulbach waa
easy for St. Louis today, and the Cardi
nals won, by a scora of 4 to 0. Aitchlson
succeeded Reulbach after tha fifth and
allowed only one hit, but th damaire had
been done. Doak had Brooklyn helpless.
St. I .Oil Is 0 200200 04 0
Brooklyn 000000 0-0 4 1
Batteries .TWialr -.4 u .. . , i ,
. 'r . -" ufuvr, xwuioacn,
Atchison and McCarthy.
laat Take A Bother.
NEW YORK. Aug. I.-New York In
creased its lead over Cbtcaa-o bv wlinii
Its second straight un from th. r-..v,
today, 3 to 0. Score: R.H.B.
Chicago ..00000 0 0O-O i i
New York 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 4
r..o ."V. IIvnt'e"" "nd Archer, Tes
reau and McLean.
on Next Monday
Secretary W. S. Whltten of the Lincoln
Commercial club has written for 600 Ak-Sar-Ben
tickets for next Monday night
That is to be Lincoln night at the Den.
Secretary Whltten aaya there will be the
biggest Lincoln crowd that the Don has
ever seen. There Is to be a special train
over the Burlington leaving Lincoln at
:. It Is scheduled to leave Omaha on
the return trip at 11:15.
WILL TALK COUNTY AND
CITY CONSOLIDATION TODAY
While Europe Is spending millions on
destructive wars, Omaha and Douglas
county are Juat preparing to enter on a
big campaign of economy. Th first gun
of this bloodless battle for a saving of
the people's money is to be fired at the
council chamber this afternoon. It Is
then and there that delegates from thirty
organisations of th city and county In
cluding th council and th county board
are to meet to begin a campaign of edu
cation looking toward consolidating the
county and city governments.
ECST1S, Neb., Aug. (. Speriai.)
Jerry Wagner, an old pioneer and bust
bees man of Euatia, after suffering years
from heart trouble, succumbed to the
Inevitable and passed away late Monday
evening of mitral heart lesion- He was
41 year old.
Mr. Wagner came to Eustis In 1K, en
gaging In th hardware business. About
thirteen years later he sold out and en
gaged in the furniture business and still
later going Into th general merchandise
buainess. He leaves a widow, a son and
a daughter. Mr. Wagner was born near
Free port. 111., and the body ; was taken
there for burial. As a mark of respect
all the bualneas houses ia town closed
their door from 4 to 6 o'clock, during
the services at the house.
Mrs. Aaaav Parker.
HARTINGTON, Neb.. Aug. k The
funeral of Mrs. Amos Parker, who died
recently la an Omaha hospital, was held
from the Presbyterian church yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. Parker wss the mother
of President Parker of the First National
bank and waa one of the pioneer of Ce
Fetes at. Jehaaea.
LYONS. Neb.. Au. .-(Speclal)-Petr
M. Johnson died at 7:44 Tuesday avenlng
of asthma and dropsy. He waa bora In
Smoland. Sweden, sixty-one year ago.
He waa an old settler of Burt county.
He leave a widow sad stepson, who lives
laaa Jtewe Nates.
SAC CITY Among the nrw features
which will be Introduced this year at the
Fao county fair, August 11 to 14, are the
taly health conteat for babies between
the ages of 1 and 3 yeara, an exhibit by
the publle library of Sao City and a prlre
cf aa) for the best township display of
SAC CITY Three Haa county farms will
be sold at auction Auaruat Bk. oa situated
in boyer Valley toansblp and two in
Delaware township, all in the vicinity of
Sac IMy. They comprise In ail a sactl.in
of land. This unusual method of making
a farm sale Is employed in order to
facilitate the settling of aa estate.
SENATORS AND NAPS EVEN UP
Each Take Half of the Series Just
CLEVELAND WINS IN NINTH
Wood' Doable, Aloaa with "Ingle
by Johnston, Brlngsla Wis
alagr Tally Score, Three
CLEVELAND, O.. Aug. 5. Cleveland
and Washington broke even In the leries.
Cleveland won today, S to 2. Washington
had more chances to score than Cleveland,
but twice Cleveland's Infield worked a
doublo play with a man on third. Cleve
land won in the ninth on Wood's double,
an out and Johnston's single. Morgan,
Washing-ton's suspended second baseman,
had his suspension lifted during the yame.
He resumed playing- at once. R.H.E.
Cleveland 2 0000000 13 1 4
ivvasningion 1 0000 1000-2 9 1
Batteries: Blending and Egan; Johnson
MACKMEN WIN CONTEST
BY A BATTING RALLY
CHICAGO. Aug. (.-Philadelphia started
a batting rally after J. Collins .dropped
Schans'a fly In the ninth Inning and
acored five runs, deefating Chicago, 7 to
4, In the final game of the series. The
batting of E. Collins and Mclnnls and
the fielding of Mclnnls. Schalk, Bodle
and J. Collins were feature.S core
Philadelphia .0 0200000 6-7 12 I
Chicago 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 8 1
Batterlea: Bush and Schang; Clcotte,
Wolfgang and Schalk.
1 Boatone Take Final.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 5. Leonard was too
much for St. Louis thle afternoon and
Boston took the final game of the serlee,
to 0. Score: R.H.E.
Boston 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 1-6 11 1
St. Louis ......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 3
Batteries: Leonard and Cart-Iran; Lev
erenx. Hock, Taylor and Crossing.
Yaaks Trim Tig-era.
DETROIT. Mich.. Aug. 6.-New York
batted three Detroit pitchers all over the
field today and won, 14 to 4. Score:
New York. ...2 2 0 2 1 ( 0 1 01422 "i
Detroit 0 03001000486
Batteries: eKatlng. Caldwell, Mcllale
and Sweeney; Williams, Boehler, Cavet
and Baker, McKee.
ROBBER MAKES ROUNDS
OF STORES IN RAVENNA
RAVENNA, Neb., Aug. (.-(Special.)-"
A bold robber made the rounds of Ra
venna business house last night and
early this morning. The Joe Smaha meat
market was entered and a small amount
of change taken. In addition the robber
here secured a diamond ring valued at
3oO which Otto Smaha had left In the
The Ski-able pool hall was broken into,
aa was the John Kalus saloon, at each
place the robber secured some small
change from the cash drawers. The
next place visited was the Frank Ger
Just before S o'clock he was seen by a
cot pie of railroad employes, who called
the night policeman. All three men went
to the back door, which was open, and
the ' robber Immediately rushed to the
front of the saloon, kicked out a plate
glass and Jumped Into the street. He
eosily outran the officers and railroad
men and, having more than a half block
atsrt, was soon lost to sight. A few
drops of blood on the sidewalk, indicate
that he may have been slightly cut by
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Tax Board Fixes ,
Lands Are Raised
I From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Aug. 5.-(8peclal Tele
gram.) Tse State Board of Assessment
this afternoon agreed on the state levy
at 7 and 8-100 mills, the same as laat year,
divided as follows: General, 6 mills;
university, 1; university building, 4; nor
mal school, 85-100; state aid bridge, 20-100.
The valuation on lands was raised In the
following counties: Burt, Dodge, Doug
las, Gage, Keya Paha, Cherry, Pawnee
and Saunders 6 per cent each; Arthur and
McPherson, 46; Morrill, 40; Deuel and
Keith, 20; Thomas, 25; Nance, U; Dun
dy and Wayne, 10 per cent
WIDOW OF CONFEDERATE
GENERAL TALKS AT REUNION
CENTRAL CITY, Neb.. Aug. 5.-8pe-clal.)
The Platte valley district reunion
association of the Grand Army of the Re
public will hold the seventeenth annual
reunion here August 10-14. Mrs. George E.
Pickett, widow of General Pickett, will
deliver an address Thursday afternoon,
Auguat 13. Other speakers during the
reunion will be Ross Hammond, Congress
man Stephens, ex-Governor C. H. Aid
rich, Art C. Koenlgatein, Charles Wooster,
George W. Ayrea, Richard U Metcalfe,
O. S. Spell man and E. H. Kemp.
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Sign of Health
i - t .
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When there are swellings, gathering
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Impurities, and either continue
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are deposited here and there In the
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A host of people use 8. 8. 8.' every
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