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5 I LATE,: .X DREb fJL TO,5S7CLJ
LINKS TAKE TWO OFF OMAHjl
Great Hurling Duel Between Willis
and Ehman Won by Lopes.
GOES FOR EIGHTEEN INNINGS
Sccand, tailed at Kid nf Five
tugs to Allow HonrWea to Catch
Train, Also topped by
J LINCOLN". Sept. 11. (.Special TelegTam.)
Lincoln took both cmM of double
It header here this afternoon. 1 to 3. in elght
J een Innings, and 2 to 1. In five innings.
ik Buff Khman and Ralph Willis opposed
" each other In the opening game and went
the entire route, both pitching elegant
ball and receiving splendid support. Bell
contributed the stellar fielding feature on
3 a wonderful shoestring catch.
Lincoln rcored two In the first on two
doubles, an error and a walk. Omaha got
1 one In the seventh on Thomas' walk, a
bad throw by Oriet on Schllcbner's
grounder and Blackburn's bad chuck to
kr Lincoln added another In the eighth on
McGafflgans infield hit and Krueger's
m. muff of Blackburn's long fly.
2 In the ninth Omaha tied It up, Thomas
singling. Schllebner doubling with two out
It and Blackburn making a wild throw to
Miller Scores t'oaater.
Both teams jogged along, the pitchers
IT tightening whenever scores threatened,
but in the eighteenth Miller opened with
a double, took third on a sacrifice and
It scored on Orlet's single:
Scoggins and Styles pitched pretty ball
in the second game, but Styles faltered
C in the fifth and Lincoln pushed the neces-
eary run over to win, it being agreed to
call the game then.
2 Lincoln scored one in the first on Lloyd's
walk, who went to third oil a bad throw
by Beabaugh and scored on Blackburn's
1 In the fourth Thomason singled and
Kruoger walked. Thomason scored on
Z Scoggins' wild pitch after he had gone to
third on an out.
" Winning Ban Scored.
McGaffigan reached first safely In the
T fifth on Krug's error on his grounder,
T stole second and scored the winning run
on Lloyd's clean single to center.
- Hv winning both games Lincoln Jumped
; back Into the lead in the second division.
1 Score, first game:
A B. R.
H. O. A. E.
2 6 11 0
12 5 0
0 R 1 0
2 27 2 0
1 3 0 l
3 5 0 0
0 3 0 0
3 13 1
1 3 9 0
15 54 31 2
H. O. A. E.
1 t 1 0
3 5 8 1
1 B 0 0
2 4 0 0
t 2 7 0
4 W 0 0
2 0 12 0
14 '5S 34 2
iriet, 3b ....
8 0 '
Two out' tii eighteenth when winning
Kurued runs: Lincoln. 3: Omaha t.
Two-base hits: Miller t2). Lloyd. Oriet,
chliehner. Willis. louble play: Ehman
ti Ilovdi McGaffigan to Lloyd to Willims.
Stolen bases: McGaffigan. Payne. Bchlleb
ner. Sacr'fice hits: Uoyd (-'. Schrelber.
struck out: By Khman. 3. by Willis 4.
Bnses on balls: Off Khman, 2: off W illis.
3. Wild pitches: Willis t2). Passed ball:
f-'r ahaugh. Time: 2:.".2. I'mplre: Fyfe.
Score, second psme:
AB. R- H, O. A. L.
A It man, rf
.... a i o o
. 2 O
. . 2 O
TUKer. rf ....
s Mlf-hner. lh..
1 3 13
Rutted for Scogk-ins In fifth.
One out when winning run scored.
1 In. oln 1 0 0 0 1-2
Omaha 0 0 0 1 01
l orre.l run: Omaha, 1. Two-bsae hits:
Viet, Lloyd. IWt on baaes: Lincoln, 6:
Omaha, 3. Stolen baser: MoGatflgan,
Lloyd. Bla'kburne. Struck .out: By
SrogKlns. 7: by Styles. 5. Bases on halls:
Off Seotgina. I; orf r-tyles. 2. Wild pitch:
bcogglns. Time: 0:53. V'mpire: Fyfe.
MOl X Wl IX THE TKTH
Hilly" gaaday Asalats la t'nplrtaa;
Uane Loat hr Bears.
DENVER, Colo., Sept. 14. Sioux City
won a bard-fought ten-inning game from
I "env r today. 9 to 7. The locals rallied
in the ninth and tied the score. With a
single and home runs by Matthews snd
Kdington. the visitors came bark In ths
tenth snd scored two runs. 'Billy" Bun
'v aasia'.ed 'n umpiring today's ame.
AB. R. H
. WESTERN LBAGl'E.
risyed. Won. I-ost. IVt.
Jl en ver
St. Joseph .
LKAGCF,. I AM ICR. LKAGl'B.
BoBton 74 on .574 Plilla 87 4S .R."4
New York. ..72 fix .5S41 Boston 78 M .WVi
Chicago ....71 B3 .Viol Washington S
St. Ixul....71 61 .537 1 Detroit 71 63 5:ilyn, 4 to 3, Boston Inert-sued Its lead over
f nY.;ou :S X :$:ra,.:::::S; :i
Cincinnati .. 58 73 . 4H4iNew York. ...69 73 .447
Brooklyn ...5S 72 .44i;Cleveland .. .43 W..321
om.h. s.1 i u. i.o. in
Sioux City. 9: Denver. 7.
Oea Moines-Wichita, postponed; rain.
St. oJseph-Toneka, postponed: rain,
AMERICAN LEAGI E.
Chicago, 6: St. Louis. 6; called end of
ftUtroit, ; Clevelyand. 4.
Boston. 1-3; Washington, S-0.
Philadelphia. 2; New York. 1.
Brooklyn, 3: Boston, 4.
New York. 3-6; Philadelphia, 2.10.
Chicago, 7; Pittsbureh, 4.
Western League Omaha at Topeka,
Sioux Cltv at Wichita. Des Moines at
Denver, St. Joseph at Lincoln.
American League Chicago at St. Louis,
Detroit at Cleveland, Boston at Washing
ton. Philadelphia at New York.
National League Brooklyn at Boston,
New York at Philadelphia.
Federal League St. Ixtuls at Buffalo.
Indianapolis at Brooklyn, Chicago at
Pittsburgh. Kansas City at Baltimore.
American Association Indianapolis at
Columbus. Milwaukee at 8t. Paul.
. . 42 9
Fa ye, 3b
7 14 30
Ran for Fisher In the tenth.
Sioux City 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 29
Denver ....0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 0-7
Stolen bases: Balrd. Davidson. Two
base hits: Davidson. Baird. Coffey. Three
base hits: Oooney, Leieune, Baird. Home
runs: Baird, Block, Mathews. Kdington.
Struck out: By Richie. 1; by Mitchell, 3.
Bases on balls: Off Richie, 2; off Mitchell,
s. Double plays: Murphy to Cooney;
Callahan to Cooney; Balrd to Kane; Baird
to Cooney to Kane. Hits: Off Richie, 13
in e-.ght ann two-thirds Innings:
White, 1 In one and one-third inning.
by pitched ball: Kane. Sacrifice files
Block, Edlngton, Butcher. Sacrifice hit:
Pmlth. Time: 2:25. L'mplres; Sunday.
Van Syckle and Myers.
Kansas City Feds
BALTIMORE, Md., Sept 14.-A base on
balls, a force hit, an error, and a wild
pitch In fhe ninth innlnr enabled
Swaelna to score without a hit being
made, the gun- that gave Baltimore a 3
to 2 victory over Kansas City today.
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 t! 5
Baltimore 0 100001 0 13 I 0
Batteries: Packard. Adams and East
erly; Qulnn, Smith and Jacklitsch.
BITFALO, Sept. 14 -Flelder Jcnes', St.
Louis Federals were beaten In the open
ing game of the series here today, 12 to
3. Groome was batted out of the box In
the second Inning when six hits netted
five runs. Watson, who finished the
game also was hit freely. Ford pitched
good ball for the Buffalo Federals for
five Innings when Brown, the college
pitcher was given a tryout. Score: R.H.K.
Buffalo 25002003 U 11 1
St. Ixiuls 0 1 00 1 00 0 1 3 3
Batteries: Ford. Brown and Blair,
Allen; Groome, Wat son and Simon, Chap-l-.au.
BROOKLTN, N. T.. Sept. 14 Brooklyn
lost an opportunity today to gain on the
Federal league leaders. Indianapolis de
feated the local team. 10 to 0, In a game
in which Brooklyn poorly supported Its
pitchers. Fslkenberg pitched good ball
for Indianapolis. Score: R.H.E.
tnaianapolls 0 0 0 0 0 ft rtio ?
)rooiwjrn QnvtoiIDD O 0 7 8
Batteries: Falkrnberg and Rarlden:
Peaton, Somera, Maxwell, Bluejacket and
CAMNITZ IN FINE FORM
AND CHIFEDS ARE BEATEN
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 14 -Camnlti Was
in fine form today and Pittsburgh du-1
feated Chicago, t to 1. The locals knocked '
Pr.nH....i nut r.f n,. i .1. , .
s-w.. ' " .
- .... a u tvvQi'VV l 3
Pittsburgh 0 0400040 eg is
Batteriea: Prendergiat, McGulrc and
w llaon; CUimmts and Bcirv.
eatla Wlaa fron. n.J
BTOTli Z Ly,V
H.m i-L . . -"',"" "'a nere
lima rt.i k. k " "7"' n ai4: Flttshu-gh. 1 Kases on bal a: (tft
??red tsi and Roe.rtif ,.rUn'' .B"n f i Mairaux. 3; off Vaughn. 1. Struck out
andTheTsalnJ ki?"U VBe.for Scotia R y McQuillan. 1; by Vaughn. 5; hv
"hreeaiS ' hit b? . hi .7C. h", IVIsmaux. Time: 1:51. empires; Byro u
twa as T .ihJU .V ,h ,n.nlni ' and Johnron.
two on, cinched the game for Scotia.
Score: R H E
Ord 0 1 I 0-0 1 0 O A v in n : 4 hlef Johnson In Bad.
n , c . , . ... ......
:ir,r ', ' - 2 0 0 tk5 3,
II yea and Greenslit. I'mp re: Ehonks of
v i c larke..
Coryilaht. ll. Internationa',
See. a Mmce
1 BRAYES WIN AND MOVE UP
Boston Beats Brooklyn and In
creases Lead Half a Game.
FOUR RUNS IN FIFTH FRAME
Daatiert la Put
hr I mplrr
Out of the t'onieat
Klrra for I' ro
BOSTON, Sept. 14. By defeating Brook-
i -f a gamo tod.y.
! Bunched hits of Tfcffer In the fifth.
1 coupled with a pass, a sacrifice and a
sacrifice fly. gave the home team Its four
,;runB - Rudolph s support was poor, seven
errors being charged .against the local
A double and a single gave Brooklyn a
run In the third and In the seventh; three
singles and two errors accounted for two
mote. Daubert was put out by Umpire
Klem for protecting a called strike. The
I Boston 00004000 1 ft H 7
Brooklyn 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 03 8 1
Batteries: Rudolph and dowdy; l'(i( -
fer, Ragaih Allen and McCarty.
. ftlanta and Phils Divide,
PHILADELPHIA. etit. 14. New York
broke even In a double header here tod yv.
winning tho first game, 3 to 2, while Phil-
adelphia Wun the second. 1ft to fi. In the
opening event. Tesreau nltched In nln -
did style, except in the sixth Inning, when
he gave two pHssen and was hit for two'itonper.
BinMies. two runs reHumnir. ew York
got many runners on the bases, but could
score only hy the aid of errors. In the
second contest Mathewson was driven off
the rubber In three Innings, during which
seven hits and two errors by Fletcher and
one each by Mathewson snd Mclean piled
up seven runs. New York kept after
Mayet, but the home team's lead was too
Creat to overcome. Score first aume:
NEW YORK. FHILADKLPHIA.
AB.H.O.A.E AH II O A K.
Doyle, ;b... t
0 onrckrr. If... 0 4 0 o
0 OMasr. lb... i I t I 0,
1 K-ravath, rf. 3 I I .
O. Bitrna. If-rf 5
Fletcher, sa I
uMrrmy. If.. 1
Orant, 3b. .. I
Mrkt. lb.. 4
Meyera, c... I
Tesreau, p.. 3
0 Paskri.ef" 4 1
1 OMartln. as... 4 14 4
OR Burn., i-. s 0 l 4
Totals ....35 10 27 12 1 Totals ..
Ran for Cravath In ninth
New York 0 0 0 0 0
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0
Two-base hits: Fletcher.
.31 27 17 2
2 1 0 0-3
2 0 0 02
fasKet. Stolen bases:
Merkle. Double plays.
G. Burns. Giant.
Martin to Pyrne
iu jH8rc. wovie 10 iweraie. irt on
bases: New York, 13; Philadelphia, n.
Bases on halls: Off Tesreau, 3; nif Tin-
cup, s. Hase on errors: New York. 1;
V Struck out : By Tesreau.
4; J men p. I
and Hart ,,; " r
nnarnv ' "ll.l
AP H O. A r.
AB H CI A K
Hooper rf.. 2
IKoster, 3b.. 4
lMilan ,rf... 4
0 iandll, lli. . 3
n.MI'. helh If S
OMoraan. 2b. . 4
OAlmtmllh, r. 4
ZMrllrlde, as. 4
OJohusoD, p.. 3
I Srott. ss.... 3
I Speaker, rf. . I
,ijwtff, it a
Hoblltzel. lb I
Gainer, lb... 1
Jativrln, 2b. t
gwanaon. 2b I
Gardner, Sb. 1
Thomas, e... 4
I Shore, p. . . , 1
0 Totals ....34 II 27
Beaient. p... s
Totals ....II 7 t4 13 i '
Batted for Shore In fifth.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Washington 30140000 -S
Two-base hits: Gandil, Morgan, Scott.
Three-base hit: Milan. Hits: Off Shore,
in tour InnliiRH; off Bcdlent, 3 In four
Innings: oft Johnson, 4 In six Innings;
off Lngel, 3 in three Innings. Sacrifice
flies: Mitchel, Speaker. Stolen haaea:
Henrlksen 2. Oantlll, Milan. Double
plays: Scott to Janvrln to Hoblltzel Ale
farnle to tin rirlil, McBride to Morgiin to
Gandil. Left on bases: Boston, i1; Wash
ington, 5. liases on halls: inf Brdvut,
1: of i Johnson. 2; oft Engel, . Uase
ou errors: Washington. 3. Jut by pitched
ball: By Shore, Gandil; hy Johnson,
Hooper. Struck out: By Shore, i: by
J-ieriacnt, 2; by Johnson. 4; by En gel, 1.
J hi,b. d bull: Alnnmith. VVild pitch.
Eiifcel. Time: 2:0". i'mpircs: O Ixiughlln
4 ska Defeat Pirates.
CHICAGO. Sent. 14 -National league
will, -..... V .u . . ooay
Mt.Ll.or.h ''t0ry fr ,h ,0,'a," ovr
i i. . , , ,
Mcyuijiuii was hit hard during the three
lnninga he performed upon the mound and
Chicago scored four rune. Fisher, the
new shortstop of the locals, scored the
run wnicn won the game In the fourth,
when ha tout tied Alumaux for a trtnlo unrl
came home on Archer's single. Pittsburgh
scored its runs by bunching hits with er
rors by Leach and Zimmerman
Manager Clarke of Pittsburgh was or
dered to the club houae when someone on
tho visitors' bench cr.tlcixed the decisions
of the umpire hy arbitration. The kcorc-PIT-rSTH
AH H O A E. AB.H.O.A E.
Carey. If.... s 1 2 0 Olarh. .f... 3 131
MrAule. s I 3 1 ;ood. rf.... 3 I 3 u I
neny, cf.... S I J.-ler. lb 4 1 a
i Vlmrmn, 3b. 4 3 1
1 M'-hulte if., lit
OFIaher. sa . I 1 3
0 Teenr, h 4 i
4 lArcher. r...4 3 4
st'auahn, p., I t
! ' '
Totals ... 311127 14 1
Totals ... IS 34 17 1
i "Biiea lor juamaux
Pittsburgh 0 2
0 0 0 0 2 0 04.
I Chicago .
. it I 2 t n n n i
Two-base hits: Zimmerman, Saler i-'l.
Thiee-buse hits: Curey, Konetchv.
Fisher, Kelly. Hits: Off McQuillan, ti In
I tniee innings; oft Mamaux j in five In
' nings. Sacrifice h:ts: Saler, Vaughn.
(Stole,, iMaes: Iach. Srhulte. Fisher,
.'? f"ole play: Vlog to M-Aulley
lo ronet'ny. Irt on banes
p.y. tn, .v Yeik Anicricai
;' m .1i.nel.,n ret t , ;.i,',i V'h ef Johns....
, ....u . . . .
1..i. ii" ii ns . .. uu. ..i'..
Tin: HEK: OMAHA, Tl KsDAV, SKITKMnKIi 1914.
RED SOX AND GRIFS DIVIDE
Washington and Boston Split
SENATORS ARE GIVEN SHUTOUT !
Home Tram Wlni First t.anie, but
la Blanked In Second Content
with Collins on the j
WASHINGTON. Sept. 14.-Washington
and Boston divided a double-hcnrier tO
day, the home teajn taking the first I
game, S to 1, and the Red Sox winning
, the second,
i three runs
3 to 0. Washington scored
In the first Inning of the
first game on three hits and a sacrifice
fly; got another In the second on a singl", !
a stolen base and an error, and scored
four In the fourth on two singles, a I
double and two errors. Boston's run camel
in inn eigntn inning off Kngle on a
double, a wild pitch and a sacrifice flv.
Collins had the locals at nls mercy
the second game, while the visitors .
scored twice In the third Inning, on two;
i',r,n-.-, i w j iiiitMnya unu a sncrince iiy. i
! .,,,! uuuin in ih. firih n.,i, ,r. i..
and Janvrln's double. Score,
, Washington 3 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 -8 It 0
Batteries: Shore. Hedient and Tin-mas
! Johnson, Engle n"d Alnsmlth.
I 'score. seconC game: L II
AH H O A l;
All 11 O A K
I OMoeller. rf. . 2
4 tianka. rf . 3
flKnver, 3b.. S
0 OMIIiu. rf... 4
0 Kianilll. lb... S
n OMll.-hKll, If. 3
1 OMoraan, !h. a
0 S lenry. e.... 2
2 OVVIMIama, c. I
I !. If... 3
llob'tzul. U 3
Jativrln. 2b. 4
Hrdnr, 8b. .1
Can-tMn, c. 3
Culllm. p... 4
Tolale . .3:
- M.-Hrlde. h. 1
I 21 11 1 llonl ley. p.. 1
Ktiael, p 0
Krhftr.r .. 1
I Total. I
raen tor wnitey in eignin.
Boston 0 0 2 0 1 0 0
Two-base hits: Janvrln, Milan. Three-
a11'"" nlt": Hoblltiel 2, Gardner. Hits: Off
1 Hentley. In eight Innings: off Enuel. 2 in
one inning. Sacrifice hit: Gandil. Sactl
i fice fly: Speaker. Left on bases: Wash
ington, 5: Jloston. 9. Bases on balls: Off
Collins, 2: off - Hentley. 8. Mist base on
errors: Boston 2. Struck out: By Bnt-
y. ny iMiaei. l. Time: 1 :C. empires:
Hlldehrand snd O'Laughlin.
Marks Defeat Yanka.
NEW YORK. Sept. H.-Phlladclnhla de
feated New York, 2 to 1, today. Shawkcv
hail slightly the better of a pltchera'
name wun fisher. Maker scored Phlla
,,,, I,, . U A , I i , i
wv'n " second on Mclnnes' sacrlf eo n
I reached home on Strunk's base hit. Col
IliiR counted the winning tally In
ninth. lie doubled, not to third
Paker a long fly to right and scored
when Mclnnes bounced a scratch hit in
front of the box. Daley's triple In the
seventh and Pecklnpnugh s sacrifice ftv
scored New York's run. iV-ore:
PHILADELPHIA. NEW TOftK.
AB.H.O.A F. AB 11. O A T.
OM.ilsel. lb. . 3 0
foil Ins, !b..
1 Harltell If. 4 0 1
0 ook. rf.... 4 : 2
1 Haley, rf... I 1 I
OMullen, lb . I 0 11
OlVrk'p'gh, sa 3 t
lpp. e S
1 1-Inner, p.
4 3 t
1 I 1
bbiwkev. p I
Totals . 27 12 11 3 Totals
Cook out for lIltcrferenVl.,'
Philadlphla 0 10 0 0
New York 0 fi o 0 0
17 4 V 11 4
First hase on error: Philadelphia. 1;
New York, 2. Two-base lilt: Collins.
Three-base hit: Dslev. Sacrifice hits:
Mclnnls, T-uley. Sacrifice fly: Pei'kln
paiiKh. Stolen bases: Murphy 2, Collins,
l-eft on bases: Philadelphia, 4; New York,
1 Double rlays: Murphy to Mclnnls 2i;
Maisel to Mullen; Fisher to Boone to Mul
len: Mullen to Boone; Barry to Collins to
McTnnls. Pares on halls: Of Shawkev, 2;
ofkf Fisher, &. Struck out: By Shawkev,
I; by Kisher. 2. Time: l:-:o. l'mplres:
Chill and Connolly.
Titters Trim Napa.
CLEVELAND. O., Sept. 11.-Detroit
nouncned nita or memo, a recruit from
the t nlveraity ot Kana.ta, and uon. 0 to
c''hb leading with three single and
double in four times at bat. A triple
play In which Veat h. Crawford and Cobh
i were retired, was a feuture. Hcore:
I R.U E
Cleveland ....2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 ij (')
1 IDetrolt 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 14 i
Batteries: Cleveland, Rlshop, Morton,
Dilllnger and O Nell, Baaier; Detroit,
Cuvelerkle and McKoe. -
BARNEY DREYFUSS TO
ATTEND MEETING HERE
Barney Dreyfusa, owner of the Pitts
burgh Pirates, Is another of the big ones
n' who has promised to attend the conven
S.tlon of the National Association of Minor
JJ, Base Ball leagues In Omaha In Novem
0 ber. He has Just written to the publicity
o bureau accepting the invitation to attend.
M. W. Cavanaugh of Llttlo Rock, presl-
dent of the Pautheri. league, haa also
written that lie will he here. A letter
I fnm Cliarlea CnmUkcy, owner of the
Chicago White Sox, a few days ago said
lhat he would be hete.
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Details of British Operations
i Related in Official Statement
IxlNOON. Sept. 14. Important details
of the operations of the British army In
France are contained In a report which
the war office Issued this afternoon
When the German army began Its east
ward movement to cut the French center,
i according to General r rench. Is was
1 Ignoring the British as a factor in thi
The allies hetfan a general advance on
September 7 agnlnst the German rear
gimrd of their rialit wing, which had been
left along the river Ourcq.
The British nrtny was reinforced. The
Germans began a retirement, on their
ilKht mi the 7th. it was the first tlmo
;! Belgians Assisted
by Russian Troops
' LONDON, Sept. 14. -In a dlsp'.'eh from
j Ghent, tho correspondent of tho Dally
R.ll.F. News ssys that after two days of inwg
0 00 0 0 0 0 1 C I 7 .11 titration It bus cniifli -mud the lilmnl
that Russian troops are In Belgium.
Afternc-un papers of Ghent, the corre
spondent sas, published last Saturday a
st itemcnt as follows:
"'Inn German army has been rut at
n Countenberg between Brussels and Lou
jValn by a Belgian army reinforced by
, Russian troops."
Ills investigations confirmed this,
"hut where these Russians are sr.. vlist
their numbers may be would bj Inini
cteet to tell," he says. Continuing, the
correspondent mentions the possibility
that the Russians are not the only army
relnforcelng the Belgians.
Bla Jndgmenl to Kearney Man.
KEARNEY, Neb, Sept. 14. --(Special
Telegram.) V. H. Nutter has been given
a Judgment by the district court for
JIN.was. HKainst the c-'tandard lAiid com
pany of Nnc.nl n, and C. S. Hawthorne.
The Judgment wns given for a mlsrep
resentatlon of Texas land, when the com
pany sold a large tract to Nutter.
Ilarkneaa Htona Game.
ST. LOIMH. Sept. 14. Darkness sopped
a hard lifting game between St. lunula
and Chicago here this afternoon In tha
twelfth inning with the score tied at
six runs. Score: R.H.E.
St. Louis 0 001 220101 0 0 1 r 0
1- Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 0-rt 10 a
Batteries: Wellniun, Mitchell, Hamilton
u and Agnew: Icotte and Hcimlk.
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tlu-y had turned back since the battle of
According to letters found on prisoners,
they had expected to enter Paris In a
few days. The order to retreat as a
bitter t'lsappolntment. Tho British
crossed the river Marne on the 9lh with 1
the French foices, and on the 10th cap
tured 1.500 men. four great guns, six
machine guns and fifty transport wagons
The Germans of the right army seemed
demoralised. They were without food
and surrendered readily, aceorc'lng to the
British report. The continued advance.
General French says, has delighted
troops, who, with the reinforcements re
ceived, are filled with icnl and anxious
to press on.
Vienna in a Panic;
LONDON. Sept. 14.-A dispatch to thu
Central News from Petrograd. dated
Sunday, aays It la reported from Bucha
rest that a panic occurred In Vienna on
lecelpt of the news of the capture of
Semlln by the Servians ami that thou,
ands of unemployed are patsdlnK tlx
streets of the capital. The military stores
and even the stock of uniforms prove 1
to he Insufficient and as a result tho
third levy of terervlsts are going to the
frontier In civilian attire.
Russians to the number of 3,o00 liberated
front captivity In Germany nave arrived
In Petrngrad via Finland. Jt Is stated
that the reason for this liberation Is lhat
tha German exchequer is too depp.ted to
admit o their being kept.
BELGIAN COMMISSION WILL
MEET WILSON WEDNESDAY
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14-Serretary
Bryan announced late today, on receipt
of a message from President Wilson, that
tho Belgian commission which has come
to this country to protest against alleged
German atrorltlcs, will he received at tho
White House Wednesday afternoon.
Everybody reads Bee Want Ads.
CONTINUED BY SERVIANS
NISH. Servls. Sept. 14. -(Via Parls.l
The Servian offensive movement con
tinues successfully on the left bank of
the Save. No Important developments
along the lower Drlna have been reported
since the Servian victory of September 9.
The nourishment and health
building properties in a glass of
good beer such as Heileman's
Old Style Lager. Beer being a
body and muscle builder why not
specify in your next order the beer
that has proven its superiority in
country and abroad
The Beer with the Snap to
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STRAY BULLET TAKES LIFE
OF YOUTH RIDING ALONG ROAD
KEARNEY. Neb . Sept. 14. tSpeflal Tel
rgrnm ) A stray bullet from the gun of
a hunter took the life of Earl Johnson
on Sunday afternoon, while the young
lad as riding In spring wagon. The
bullet entered his side tnd passed through
I the Intestines. The lad lived hut a few
hours. The bullet Is believed to have
been from the rifle of small boya hunt
ing In the uelghlxirhood.
gyraenae Kids the Feda,
Syracut.e, N. Y., save It wants to get
Into tlui Federal league, but there la a
suspicion that Syracuse, N. Y., wants to
get Into print. Syracuae, N. Y., having
spoken, we may now expect to bear from
the press agents of Kalamason, Mich..
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