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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1914.
Bringing Up Father
Opyrlgtit. 1U, International
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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Hniri an A lottaarea.
NONE to compare, ah modern 7-room
house, also 4-room flat. 220 N. 23d.
Fidelity Storage Co.
Strrage, moving, packing and "hipping.
16th A Jackson Sts. Phone Doug. 1516.
Van and Stor
age Co. Reduced
rates for SO dun.
Large van, 8 men, $1 26 per far.; dray, a
men, ft per hr. 171S Webster. Doug. 1496.
g-R. houne. mod, ex. ht.. 836 Pk. A v. D. 0l.
WEST FARNAM HOME. HARNEY 47s7.
NEARLY new, 6-room cottage, modern
except furnace at 637 8. 2Tth SL Tel.
We have a complete Hat of alt house,
apartments anfl flats that are for rent.
This Hat can be aeen free of charge at
Omaha Van & Storage Co.. 806 8. 16th St
TTnncna ln all parte of the city.
AAVUBca crelgh Bona Co.. Bee Bldg.
Free Rental List
Complete Information about every va
cant house and apartment In the city.
TIPPLE SHUTSJUT JOSIES
Holdt Holland's Men to Three Hits
and Whiffs Ten.
ST. JOSEPH LINEUP WRECKED
I'm pa Flrea Holland and Patterson
from Lot, While Stoloff la Spiked,
Necessitating: ' Changes la
Play ere' Poaltlona.
NEW 6-room houae. Inquire 609 8b. 62d
St. Call Harney (807.
NEW 6-r. bungalow; finished in oak;
modern: 120. 1015 N. ISth St., So. Omaha,
Tel. So. 1305.
1319 8. 2?d; 5 roomi; fX. Red 4946.
Stores and Offlcea.
OFFICE WITH VAULT
Suite of 3 rooms
On 3d Floor with water,
electrlo light, and
THE BEE BUILDING CO.
Office, Room 103.
Among other trivial happenlnga occur
ring at the ball yard yesterday afternoon.
Daniel Tipple shut out the Josies. holding
them to three hlta and whiffing ten;
Umplrea Cullom and Ffye fired Ham Pat
terson and Jack Holland from the lot;
Ben Stoloff waa carried off the field se
verely wounded and the Rourkea copped
the combat, 4 to 0. Outside of the above
details nothing much occurred to ap
pease the appetites of the large assem
blage of fans.
Daniel Tip was In fine fettle. He
generally Is about this time of the year.
One Josle got to third ' base. He was
Oeorge Watson and Goorga got there
j through a punk heave by Freddie
Thomas, who was greatly excited as he
was trying to engineer a double play.
George beat out an Infield hit and scooted
to third when Freddie threw the pill
over Schllebner's head trying to capture
Brltton, who knocked a slow roller. Rip
Watson got to second once, but the two
other Josies who got on couldn't get past
the Initial station. Fine.
On the other hand the Rourkea started
4 ROOM 8412, corner 16th and Vinton;
also 8 rooms upstairs. Douglas 3489.
DRUG 8 TORE CORNER A strategic cor
ner that It will pay to learn about. T.
J HOOK. 1101 No. 18UV
COOD barn, room for I or 10 horses.
1917 Webster SL Call Douglas 43.
REAL KSTATE '
FAItM & RAXCH LANDS FOR BALIS
MONTANA CAREY ACT LANDS 60,000
acres now open to entry in the famous
Valier valley. An excellent opportunity
for the homeseeker seeking good farm
land for general diversified farming. The
rich soil, exhilarating climate, and
abundanca of water for Irrigation assures
maximum crop returns. Great for grain,
alfalfa, timothy, and for stock farming.
Ideal spot for a home. Write today for
booklet and particulars. Valier Farm
Kales company, Valier, Mont.. Box No 17.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Nsfl Bank Bldg.
fir CITY LOANS. Bern le-Carl berg Co..
y i 310-312 Brandeia Theater Bldg.
RE A LESTATE -FOR EXCHANGE
160 ACRE) choice land near Julesburg,
Colo., to trade for modern cottage; price,
33.000; owner. Address F 445. Bee.
DESK Men's walnut writing desk, to ex
change for chickena. Phone Benson 475
or addresa 8. C. 1017, Bee.
FINE 3-D acres, 45 miles from Minne
apolis; every acre under cultivation;
lays level; good soil, good water; build
ings consist of house, barn, granary,
machine aheds, etc.; price 876 per acre.
Adjoining land held at 4100 per acre.
Will take up to 110.000 good property in
exchange, balance some cash and mort
gage. f SCHWAB BROS.,
1028 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
KTMBAL COUNTY FARMS.
All tillable ISO-acre farm nine miles
from Kimball. 200 acres under cultiva
tion. . 2,000 fine young trees In orchard
and round buildings. Fine house and
barn and out-bulidlngs. Well and mill.
Land Is all fenced and cross fenced.
one mile six times a week. j
Price 324 per acre. This Is a bargain. I
Also have other choice Improved and
BANK OF KIMBALL; Kimball, Neb.
Watch for the Klmbal county exhibit
at the atate fair.
40 ACRES Missouri land. Des Moines
residence. 12.600. 6-room dwelling, Iowa
town, $1,500. 3 lota, Denver, 3900. 8 lots,
Hot Springs, 8. D.. $1,200. Clear for Neb.
land. Write or call, evenings or Sunday.
418 No. 17th St.
ACRE property and 6-acre fruit farm, one
mile north of car line, Florence, 6-room
house on paved road; good outbuildings:
rart cash, rest In trade. Call Florence
3M2 or Mra. G. L. Barton, 320 N. 17th St.
Pianos for other musical Instru'ta. L 2017.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co..
a modern abstract office. 105 8. 17th St.
Phone Douglas 6487.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
flee In Nebraska- 206 Brands Is Theater.
RE A L KST AT E- -NORTH SIDE '
BARGAIN Modern 2-story, Hip
house. 2915 Bristol St. W. 4228.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade.
medium-priced land in Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley. Wol
ch. Neb. 4
Best dairy and general crop slate in the
union; settlers wanted; lands for aula at
low prtoea, on easy terms. Ask for book
let 84 on Wisconsin Central Land Grant
t-tat acres wanted. Write about our
vraKina- linHL If Int Arftr.t4 in fruit lands
sik for booklet on Apple Orchards In I
WEST COUNCIL BLUFFS LOTS.
$1.00 CASH, $1.00 WEEKLY.
On 8th Ave. and 31at SL 1 lot $ 75
On 6th Ave and 31st St., 1 lot 75
On td Ave. near 32d St., 1 lot 200
On 6th Ave. and 81st SL, 1 lot 126
On fith Ave. and 20th St., 1 lot 125
We have several bunches of 8, 4 and 6
lota at attractive prices, on terms that
A. F. SMITH CO..
Phone 329. 23d and Pearl.
on Darxy Vance In the second stansa and
eliminated him from the pastime. Daasy Is
supposed to he a nifty hurler. But he la
a member of the Pittsburgh club now, and
as has been before related, the Rourkea
are agalnrt Pittsburgh. Thus the treat
ment to Vance. Three runs were made
off Datzy and Lyle Pureell, who In com
pany with Stoloff and Wllley, floated In
yesterday after four or five days delay.
Lyle didn't do so worse, the Rourkes
only scoring once off him.
The Omaha outfield had an eaay time
yesterday. Not a fly was nailed In the
outer defense and only one of the hrts
went out there. That one went to
Thqmason. Both the other hits were In
In the second Inning Ffye put Patterson
out of the fray for too much gab. Imme
diately afterward I'mps Cullom ordered
Jack Holland out for the same offense.
Jack Refused to go so Sergeant Ferris
and lls aid were called upon to act a
escorts. Stoloff was spiked In the third
Inning either by Kruegr or by himself.
He put out Krueger, who was attemplng
to steal and fell to the ground severely
Injured. He was removed and the JobIs
lineup switched from one end of It to
the other as the box score will testify.
Conscalton Does Not Play.
Bunk Congalton did not play. Bunk
waa on the bench attired In uniform but
refused to participate. He says he in
tends to draw his pay however. Drawing
pay without work is a wise maneuver If
he can get away with It.
Thomason's three-bagger, errors by
Watson and Stoloff and Payne's blow
gave Omaha three In the second and lilts
by Seabaugh and Payne gave Omaha its
fourth count In the fourth.
Two games today. First game called
at 2 o'clock. Roy Sanders will work In
one of the games. Score:
AB. R. 'H. O. A. E.
Payne, Sb ,
Krug, 2b. .,
Thomas, , 88
Fchang, c.'....; 4
Fox. If 4
a. Watson, cf-lb... 4
Patterson, lb 1
Pettlgrew. cf 8
Brltton, 3b-ss 3
Williams. rf-3b 3
R. Watson, 2b 2
Stoloff, ss 0
Vance, p ; 1
Purscll, p 2
AB. R. H.
a 2 12
RE A I i ESTATE M ISCELLA N EOUS
Wisconsin. Address Land DeDt..
Line Ry.. Minneapolis. Minn.
6-room, mod., 1714 No. 28th St., 82,400;
r.-room mod. 1714 No. 28th St., 32.400;
6-room. mod. ex. heat, 2602 No. 27th
Ave.. $2,600; $A0 rash.
8-room, S5th and Leavenworth Sts.,
NOTICE! RENTERS, NOTICE!
Why are you renting high priced land
when you can buy land ln NORTHERN
WISCONSIN on terms easier than the
rent you are paying? Near GLIDDEN,
ASHLAND ' COUNTY. WISCONSIN.
where the rainfall is 40 to 44 Inches a I
year and the soil a rich sandy loam. You j
can buy cut-over land (or $10 to $.0 an j
acre and partially improved farms for.
l-U to ' per a re. on terms to suit your
self. Do not miss the chance of getting
one of our choice locations on 6ne of the
many lakea and streams on the 35.0.O
acres we have for you to choose from.
For further information write 8HANA
GOLDEN INVESTMENT COMPANY.
GLIDDEN, WIS. Agents wanted.
Boo I $4 200.
Phone D. SH07.
29th and Seward, $X.
.0 9 0 0 0
Three-base hit: Thomason. Stolen base:
Thomason. Sacrifice hits: Tipple, Krug,
Schleibner, Brltton. Sacrifice fly: Krug.
left on bases: Omaha. A; St. Joseph, 4.
Hits: Off Vance, 2 in two Innings; off
Pursell, 5 In six Innings. Struck out: By
Tipple. 10? by Pursell. 6. Rases on balls:
Off Tipple, 1; off Pursell. 2; off Vance, 1.
Passed balls: Fchang (2). Time: 2:00.
Umpires: Cullom and Fyfe.
Standing of Teams
Played. Won. IxisL Pet.
Sioux City 1H 88 51 .6:3
lenver 140 81 6 .571
St. Jieph 139 79 0 .&
Ies Moines 140 71 t .Wi
Lincoln 144 M 78 .48
Omaha 139 64 75 . 40
Topeka 141 58 88 . 411
Wichita 140 64 86 . 86
NAT. LEAGUE. AMER. LEAGUE.
New York.. 67 63 .68lPhlla 88 43 .(M
Boston 67 63 .fM Boston 74 50 .5!t7
St. Ix)tns...6 fio .6241 Washington. 63 58 .621
Chicago ....66 69 .5rt4Dtrott 65 63 .612
Cincinnati .66 66 .469, Chlcuiio ....62 64 .4S2
Pittsburgh Efi 65 .458; St. Louis. ..57 6 .4A4
Brooklyn ..65 66 . 46tNew York ..56 68 .4.M
Phtlo. 63 66 ,44 Cleveland ..40 87 .315
AMER. ASS N. FED. LEAGUE.
W.LPct.l ' W.L Pct
Milwaukee 80 81 .66? Indlenapolla 53 .566
Ixutsvllle .80 62 .563, Chicago ....67 56 545
Columbus .77 66 ,SM Baltimore .64 64 . 542
Indlanap'ls 77 67 . 5.151 Buffalo 62 56 . 625
CleveWnd .73 70 .510j Brooklyn ..62 68 .517
Kan. City.. 69 74 .48.11 Kan. City.. .57 68 .456
Mlnneap la 67 78 .42 ,t. Louis. ...56 73 .m
St. Paul. ...49 94 . 348 Pittsburgh ..50 69 .420
Lincoln, 6-4; Wichita. 12-6.
Topeka, 8; Denver, 12.
Pt. Joseph, 0; Omaha. 4.
Sioux City. 3-8: Dea Moines, 2-8.
Ptx Louis, 4; Detroit. 13.
Chlcsgo, ; Cleveland, 1.
St. Louis, 7; Cincinnati, 8.
Pittsburgh. 8; Chicago, 8.
Chicago, 13; Indianapolis. 1
St. Louis, 0; Kansas City, 1
Columbus, 7; Louisville, 4.
Cleveland, 8-1; Indianapolis. 6-0. v
Kansas City, $-4: Milwaukee, 4-2.
St. Paul, 8-0; Minneapolis, 6-6.
Western League Lincoln at Wichita,
Topeka at Denver, Ht. Joseph at Omaha,
Sioux City at Des Molnea.
American League Chicago at Detroit,
St. l.ouls at Cleveland. Philadelphia at
Washington,- Boston at New York;
double-headers at all polnta.
National League New York at Boston,
St. Louis at Pittsburgh, Cincinnati at
Federal Iyeague Pittsburgh at Brook
lyn. Baltimore at Buffalo. Chicago at
Indianapolis. St. Louis at Kansas City;
double-headers at all polnta.
American Association St. Paul at
Minneapolis, Kansaa City at Milwaukee,
Columbus at I-oulsvllle. Cleveland at In
dianapolis; double-headers at all points.
plsys: Spshr to Kays (2); Korsythe to
Rapps: Butcher to Fisher. Hit by pitched
ball: By Ogren, Gleaaon; by Kayc. Raps.
Wild pitch: Morgan. Sacrifice files: t
tlmore (2). Sacrifice hit: Morgan. Time:
8:14. Umpires: Van Syrkle and Meyers.
WICIIES TA KB tlOl BLK-HKADKR
aadar Jinx and Beat
WICHITA. Sept. 1-Wirhlta broke Its
ffunday Jinx today and took a double
header rrom Lincoln. The locals were
outhlt In both games, but obtained theirs
at opportune times. Wichita made eleven
runs In the fifth Inning of the first game.
It vii started with a home run by Oche,
a pinch hitter with the liases full. The
final score waa 12 to 6. The second
game waa called at the end of the sev
enth by agreement, with Wichita ln the
lead. Score, flrnt game;
Miller, If. ...
Colllna. rf. ..
Jordan, p. ...
Totals 37 6
Tydeman, rf 6 1
Nicholson. If 4 J
O'Rourke. 2h 4 0
Fitssimmons, ss 4 1
Bills, cf 4 t
Rnpp, 3b 8 3
Henry, lb J 3
Jones, c. I 0
1-ambert, p 4 0
Oreham, c 1 4
Ocha S t
Totala 34 11
14 24 10
INDIAKS WIN ONE IN TWO
Second Contest with Dea Molaes Re
salts In Eight to Eight.
DES MOINES, ia.. Sept. $. Des Moines
and Hloux City battled through four hours
of base ball this afternoon without getting
a decision In but one game. The Indiana
took the first game by the score of 3 to 8.
The second encounter was a hit and run
contest In which twenty-five men par
ticipated. It waa called at the end of
the eighth frame on account of darkness,
with the score, $ to 8. Score, first game:
AB. R. H.
R. I. LANDER YOU, real estate, Insur
ance: moved to 201 Neville. D. Mno.
fROOM house, rent tor 118. bu. must be
aold at once: $300 wlU handle It H. 4711.
IF INTERESTED in land In southern
Iowa and southern Minnesota write the
. F. L. Jones Land company. Winters!, la ,
for their list of 3S0 farms
Ol.'R farm list will convince you that
wa have the cheapest land, considering
soli, climate, water, markets. Button
Co., Seneca, Mo.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans: Peters Trust Co.
OMAHA homes. Esst Nebraska farms.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha Nat l. Douglas 8718.
II aUVINT UT?rSS Losria. $500 and up.
Omaha Nat l Bank.
CITY and farm loans, 5. Vrt. per cent
J.H. Dumont 4 Co.. 1503 Farnam. Omaha.
SEE us first If you
Unlt'd States Trust t'v
viu ran is.
W. Farnam Smith at Co.. .no r amain.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Tnoms, tp Stste Bank Bldg.
ftwt to $1M made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg.. 1Mb, and r arnam Sts.
xin nTariifi XIOHVON alii nm Net'!,
SALE OF SURFACE
OF INDIAN IANDS
United States Government
There will be sold at public auction to
the highest bidder at different railroad
points in the Choctaw and C'lilikajiaw
Nations in eastern Oklahoma, from No
vember 1& 114. to December 7, 1914, the
surface of approximately 375,000 acres of
Indian segregated coai ana aapnau lamia,
at not less than certain minimum piii-es.
Une person can purchase not exceeding
U acres or agricultural or mu acres of
graxing land. Bids may be submitted In
person or by mail or by authorised agents
iteaidence on land not required. Terms
25 per cent cash, 25 per cent within one
year and the balance within two years,
with 6 ner cent interest from date of sal.
W here houses or other improvements are
located on the lands the same will be
sold, with the land, at appralad value.
Improvements to be paid for in full at
time of sale. The coal and asphslt un
derlying these lands will not be sold with
the surface, except where authorised.
Where the rnai and asphalt are to be
sold with he surface descriptive circulars
will so state. For maps and full In
formation communicate with Superinten
dent for The Five f'lvlllied Tribes. Muski
gre. Oklahoma. ('ATM PELLS, Commis
Mi.iter of lnJ;nn Affairs.
AB. R. H.
4 27 10
( line, p...,
J. Clark .
AB. R. H
4 3 8
8 0 0
4 1 0
3 3 1
8 0 1
0 6 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
24 11 3
O. A. E.
2 6 0
0 0 1
11 0 0
1 0 0
8 0 0
0 1 1
1 2 1
0 0 0
1 1 5
0 1 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
84 U 3
Rst4 for nnvla In fifth.
Batted for Cline In clphth.
n. Mnlnn 3 1 3 1 0 0
Sioux City 1 1 0 8 1 0 fl J
Two-base hits: Hahn. Hunter. Haley,
pi v. hi. fAnnev. Home run:
y nut: Bv HoKan. 2 In
three'and two-thlrda Inningsi by Thomas,
1 in three and two-thirds Innings; by
- . . n tmrn-iMrAm tnntnes
w.. i.K.,n 1 In nna nning. Hits, urr
Hogan. 7; off Thomas. 2; off Clarke.
off Doyle. 8; off Cline. 4. Bases or i balls
'a. it tintran l: off Thomas,
V ;",ofr narke: off Wyle 1; off Cline
i. rf w.rthnrn. 1. Double Play: Doyle
1. .... uii.i nitrlica: Knlaht
c;arke.PDov.e. Woodburn. by pitched
.. . .1. l.-- i jitt nn hands' 1
ST. n..v; s loVx City, IS. Tims: 2:03. Um
pires: Gaston and McCafferty.
DENVER ROMPS OVER TOPEKA
Takes Seeond Game of Series hy
Twelve to Five Spore.
iirvv.-u 'r.in Rent. S- Denver, won
v,. Varna of the series from To-
peka 12 to 6. Errors by the visitors
helped Denver to run up a big score.
Denver garnered two doubles, two triples
18 27 10 1
Batted, for Jones In fifth.
Lincoln 01180000 26
Wichita 0 0 0 0 1 1 10 0 12
TSo-haaa hlta: Blackburn. Rapp,
Nicholson, Lloyd. Home run: Ochs.
Stolen bsses: McOafflgan 2. Tyde-
man, ixicnoison, Rapp. Double play: Rapp
to Henry to O'Rourke. Bases on balls:
Off Jordan, 3; off Smith. 1: off Iimhert,
3. Left on basrs: IJncoln. 8: Wichita.
4. Hits: Off Jordan, 6 In four and one
third Innings; off Smith, 8 In three and
two-thirds Innings. Struck out: By
Jordan, 4: by Smith, 4: hy Imbert.'f.
Passed ball: Jones. Wild pitches: Im-
r. w. u Pet.
Auto Row 14 H 2 .8M
Krebb Transfers 14 1 3 3 . 867
Trimble Bros 15 7 8 .467
Dundee V. M. Reserves 15 T 8 .417
West End Merchants.... 16 8 10 .8M
Wood A Adamson 15 1 . 14 .C'
Games In the Rooster league yesterday
resulted as followa:
Krebb Transfers, 10; West End Mer
Auto Kow. 7; Trtmnie urns., i.
Dundee Woolen Mills Reserves. 8: Wood
A Adamson, 0.
CUBS BUNCHHITS AND WIN
Vaughn in Fine. Form and Holds the
LEACH POUNDS OUT HOME BUN
With Two on the Bases the Little
Fellow Polls Off th Feat ore.
Slant of Ihs Day's
Black Kats Defeat
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb. Sept. --(Spe
cial.) The Black Ksta yesterday defeated
the Plattsmouth Red Sox, T to 1. Rathk
pitched for the Kals. holding the Sox
down to five hits, all of which were
aoattered. Vernon did good work for the
Red fox, striking out eleven men. but
could not keep the Kats from hlttlnqi
when hlta meant runs. The feature of
the- game waa the hitting and fielding of
Black's Kats, Both leame play today.
Oeorge Probst doing tho twirling for the
An n.u. a r.
AB H O AH.
1hr. !h I 1 8
W.Prahat. 4 I J
P. Frnhr, If t 1
O Probrt, lb 4 1 I
Oulrmns, lb, 4 1 11
Rslhk, p... 4 t
l.llht.ll. .. 4 I T
OTsrmsn. rtl I 1
Butsl. of... 4 0 1
I 0-Smith, tb. 4 0 I
I tverncn. p... 4 I t
0 Harold, o... 11
I SOUS. lb ... 4 1
lKln1T, rf... 4 i 0
I Al,lntn. If... 4 I t
t ftOA'blrm'a lb 4
ft M, Hmlih, rf. 4
Arris, as... 11
CHICAGO, Sept. 6.-Chlcago bunched
their hlta today against the visiting
twlrlers and defeated Pittsburgh. 8 to 3.
Vaughn wss In fine form and kept ths
visitors' hits scattered. Leach's home run
with two on bases In the third Inning was
the feature of the game. Score;
Crr. If ... I I IHarti. lb... 8 13 6
t.nt,r. rf.. lit (Kinoe. rf.... t I I
Kollr, rf.,.. 4 0 10 llr. lb. 4. $ 4
I r.im'orm'a III I I 1 I
I Vhulta, If . 4 1 I
I fl 4wsntr, lb 4 I 3 4
t ftorrltttn, . I I 1 4 1
I OArr-her, e... I 1 I 1 I
8 AVsuRhn, p.. 1 t .
Totals f mi a
Viol. lb.... 4
Konl. hr. lb 4 10
Wasnsr, sa . 4 1 t
M.'( arthr lb I 0 I
Glhaon. r,.. 4 11
A4m. p. . . t t A
Kantlr-hnsr p 0 0 1
rnlsman ... I ft 0
Bakan, p.... t 0 0
lhait. Smith. Time: 1:55.
Score, second game:
McOafflgan, ss 4 3
Lloyd. 2b 4 0
Blackburne. c 4 1
Williams, lb 4 1
Miller. If 4 0
Schrelber, cf 4 0
Collins, rf 2 0
Oriett, ss 3 0
Scoggins, p 3 0
Pope 0 0
Totals 32 4
Henry, lb ,
H. O. A.
2 0 1
0 1 3
8 4 8
3 S 0
3 0 0
0 0 0
1 4 1
8 0 0
0 0 3
0 0 0
il i io
H. O. A.
3 3 0
1 1 0
8 8 1
0 2 8
1 8 1
0 1 8
3 8 0
10 tl "g
Totala SJ I 11 11 I Totala 4 ItTll 3
Black Kata 410O3OO0 0-7
Plattsmouth 00010000 0-1
Two-base hits: Gus, Probst 2, Gul
nane. Stolen bases: Lchr, William
Probst. Gulnane, Rathke. Overman,
Futy. Harold. L Smith. Sacrifice hit:
Vernon. Basea on balla: Off Vernon,
8. Hit by pitched ball: By Rathke, 1.
Struck out: By Rathke, 8; by Vernon, 11.
Umplrea: Cunningham and Shubart.
8 Tl U
Batted for Thomas In the sixth.
Batted for Hogan In the eighth.
Des Moines 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Sioux City 2 0 1 0 0
Two-base hits: Kane (2), Hartford.
Sacrifice hits: Andreas, lejeune. Stolen
bases: Hartford. Smith. Struck out: By
Thomas, 2 in two innings; by Mogrldge.
3 in in" Innings; by Hogan, 2 tn two In-
nings; "V White, 2. Hits: Off Thomas.
In two Innings; off Hogan. 1 In two in
nings; off Mogrldge. 2 In two innings; off
'White, 4. Bases on balls: Off Thomas,
8; off Hogan. 2; off Mogrldge, I; off
White, 2. Double plav: Smith to Cooney.
Left on bases: Des Moines, I; hloux City,
8. Time: 1:45. Umpires: Gsston and
ocore. second gsme:
AB. R. H
Rreen, If 4 i 2
Hahn, rf & 1 1
Jooca lb 4 1 1
and four home runs, score
Casaidy, rf ...
Fa ye. 2b
Sirs nr. c
Totals 26 6
Ran for Blackburne In
Called at end of seventh by agree
ment. Lincoln 1 J fci
Wichita 3 2 0 0 0 1 -
Two-baae hlta: Blackburne, O'Rourke
(2), Bills. Stolen baae: O'Rourke. Henry.
Double playa: Bllla to Fltsalmmone; Hts
slmmons to O'Rourke to Henry:. Collins
to Williams. Bases on balls: Off Scog
gins, 2; off Durham,. 1. Left on bases:
Lincoln. 8: Wichita, 6. Struck out: By
Bcoggins, 8; by Durham. 1. Time: 1:8).
Rourkes Play Two
Today and Then Go
On Final Circuit
Today Omaha fans will see ths last
scheduled game for the . Rourkes in
Omaha. Two battles will be staged.
After the last game the Rourkes will
depart for !enver, where they will play
the first game of the long western
series. The Rourkes will play every
team on the circuit before closing
the season In October. The Topeka seres
has been tranaferred to Omaha so that
four mors games will be played on the
local lot. Roy Banders will work ln one
of the contests today. First gams called
at I o'clock.
St. Edward Defeats Fnlle.rton. j
St. EDWARD Neb.. Sept. 6.-(Special.) I
St. Edward took the aecond game of
the tournament by defeating Fullerton in
a faat and exciting game here yesterday
Both aides played tight and both pitchers
were working In the best of form. Toden
hoff featured by making a one handed
running catch In the field. Score: R H E
FulleHon ' 0 0000800 1 S 8 2
St. Edward ;...0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 -4 6 3
Batteries: St. Edward, Jones and
Fisher; Fullerton. Powers and Maxey.
Three-base hit: Flory. Two-base hits:
Styles, llellrich, Lewis, Tnrpln, Toden
hoff. Struck out: Bv Jones, : by
1 Powers, 14. Stolen bases: Maxey. Fisher.
Styles. Time. 1:55. Umpires; Kennedy
and Flory. Attendance, 600.
Falrnory Grays Beaten. .
FA1RBURY. Neb.. Sept 6.-(Speelail
Telegram.) Tho Narka. Kan., nlns trim
mod Fair bury Grays In a one-sided
gsme here this afternoon by the score
of 12 to 8. Neither team scored until ths
third frame, when Narka made three
and Falrbury aeven. Heavy hitting and
good pitching on the part of the visiting
team was responsible for the victory.
They were well supplied with players
rrnm the Kansaa State league.
Batteries :8hannr. Black and Booths;
Hamburger snd Kueker.
Another game will be played on Labor
day between the same teams.
Not So Straaaro After All.
You may think It strange that so many
people aro cured of stomach trouble by
Chamberlain' a Tablets. You would not,
however, if you- should give them a trisl.
They strengthen and Invigorate the atom
gch snd enable It to perform Iff functions
naturally. Mrs. Kosls Rlsh, Wabash,
Wabash. Ind., writes, "Nothing did mo
the least good until I began using Cham
berlain's Tablets. It Is decidedly ths
best medicine for stomach trouble I have
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Total! It 14 u 1
Batted for Kantlehner In eighth.
Pittsburgh 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1-8
Chicago 0 0 3 3 0 0 I 8
Home run: Leach. Hits: Off Adams.
4 In four Innings and none out In fifth
Inning; off Kantlehner 1 In three innings;
off Bohen, 3 In one Inning. Sacrifice hits:
Mensor, Archer. Vaughn. Sacrifice flies:
Good, Saler. Stolen bases: Carey.
Vaughn. Good. Zimmerman. Konetchy tl).
1 l Gibson. Double play: Good to Saler.
i ol i. en on basest rnicsgo. a; r-ittsDurgii. o
liases on balls: Off Vaughn, I; off
Adams, 3; off Bohen, 2. Hit by pitched
ball: By Bohen, Zimmerman. Struck
out. By Vaughn, 6; by Kantlehner, 2.
Time: 1:40. Umplrea: Lincoln and Byron,
f ords Beat tho Rods.
CINCINNATI. Sept. S.-8t. Louis solved
Ylngllng's delivery easily today and won,
T to 2. Orlner not only pitched well, but
carried olf (he batting honora. J. Miller
fielded brilliantly. Score:
8T. LOUIS. CINCIMNATI
AB H.O.A B. AB.H.O.A.K.
Dolan, It.... 4 I 8 I tKtltlfsr. . I I I I
Hulna, lb. 4 1 4 4 IK. Millar, rf 8
Maso. lb., I lit 1 Ol'voiublr. 114
I. Millar, as I 1 4 4 ll'raos. SO. 4
Wllaon, rf.. 4 t 8 Olroh. lb.... I
Rnyitar. c... 4 3 4 1 0lhoff. tb.. 8
Hlgiart. cf. 4 1 la Oanlala rf-cf 4
Bo a, lb.... I I O'lonaalaa, e. 8
urlnar, p... I I OUrahara, lb. 9
Totala 17 U 87 II iriagllng. p. 8
Fahrrr, p.,. 0
"Finarr .... i
Griffin Retains Title.
NIAGARA -ON-THE-LAKE. Ont . Set.t.
B. Clarence Griffin of California today r-
talned Ms title as international champion
In men's tennis singles by defesting
George M. Church of New York In the
final on the courts hers.
Totala M I IT It 4
Ran for Kllllfer In third.
Hatted for Graham In eighth.
Batted for Ylngllng In eighth.
St. Louta 00800012 1-7
Cincinnati 1 1 0 0 0 0-8
Two-buie lilts. Dolan. Snyder. Orlner..
Three-base hits: Dolan, Wilson. Hits:
Off Ylngllng, 10 tn eight innings; off
Fahrer, 3 In one Inning. Sacrifice fly:
Dolan. Stolen bases: Hersog, Magec,
Hugglna, Nlehoff. Double plays: Mageo
(unaaaiated). L'ulan to Magee to Snyder,
t-eft on bases: St. Louis. 6; Cincinnati, 4.
Panes on balls: Off Grlner, 8; off Ylng
llng, It. Struck out: Bv Grlner, 8: b
Ylngllng, 3. Tims: 2:29. Umpires: Rlgler
Kawfeds Shut Out
St. Louis Federals
KANSAS CITY. Sept. . 1 Johnson's
steady pitching and Kenworthy's homo
run enabled Kansas City to defeat Bt.
Louis, 3 to 0. Fielder Jones, manager of
the visiting team, batted for Davenport
In ths ninth and singled cleanlv to center.
It wss his first appearance In ths lineup
In five years. Score: R.H.E.
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 T 3
Kansaa Clty...l 0000100 -! 41
Batteries: St. Louis. Davenport and
Hartley; Kansas City, Johnson and
Wiiimii Wist Another.
The ' Wa groans defeated ths Council
Bluffs Athletics yesterday afternoon by
making double the hits of the men across
the liver. Tho game was tucked away tn
the ninth inning when Wlleon and Cox
hit for home runs. The score: R.H.E.
Athletics 0 00008810 088
Wagmsns ....0 3 2 1 1 0 S 0 812 IS S
Batteries: Wsgmana. Klllumacher and
Wilson; Athletics, Alderman and Belbsr.
1 3 i
Stolen bases: Butcher, MoCarty. Two
baae hits: Fisher. Barbour. -Three-base
hits: Bufher, Spulir. Homo runs: Spalir,
Fisher, Pay. Casaidy. Struck out: By
Kflglcl. 5: bv Morgan. 7. Bases on ball":
Off Kels'gl, 2; off Morgan, 4. Double
Tinx Have it on
INDIANAPOLIS. BepL .-sPases on
balls, wild pitches and extra baas hits
netted Chicago enough runa to win to-
day'a game from Indlanapulls. U to 9.
Indianapolis scored four runs in the fifth
inning when Brennan passed three men
and hit another and Johnson, who relieve 1
him. passed the first two men to face
him. Both teama ueed four pitchers.
B-ore: - R.H.E.
fh'caKo ...8 7 00000 1 3-13 10 I
Indumapolia..2 3004000 1- 9 12 3
Batteries: Chicago. I-ange. Flak, Bren
nan, Johnson and Wilson; Indianapolis.
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