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Bringing Up Father
Copyright it. International
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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"DRUMMERS TAKE FINAL ONE
Defeat Lincoln in
Game of the Series.
'"mn BY POUR TO TWO SCORE
.3eaaan Pitches tioori null for Ante
l.pea, hn, .. t.lve. Poo, -.p.
" port nnd Home Tram
j LINCALN, Sept. 1 St. Joseph won the
jfSlnal game of the scries by a score of 4
jtn 2. Dawson pitched a food game for
"the loralii, hut was Riven poor support.
J Totals ...
fT attereon. lb...
aK. Williams. 3b
;. Watson, rf...
(ftoraer, p. .......
fi 'Ran for McOafflgan In ninth.
f 'Ran for Hcoggins In ninth.
- III.KI ... 1 .... I . I...W
... 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 O 1 2
... S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4
. . . . i t . a. r
- ramvu runs: i.iiicnm. , i. -ivpnim,
A. Two-baae hits: Brhrslber (2), Hennrtt,
(Ti4terMr. Uouble plays. Lloyd to Wll
llams (2). Loft oa Imuws: Unroln. t; St.
)oph. 10. Stolen bapfn: MotlaflKan,
-Patterson, O. Watson. Schanc. Hrarlflco
hlt: -Kox. Wrui-k out: Hy liawaon, 8;
by Ktrrser. 11. Hass on balls: Uf Daw.
"-4on. ; off Htrrsrr. 7. Hit by pitched ball:
jBjr Steraor, 1. Time: 2:10. 1'mplrr. L'ullrm.
fWlCHEl DKFBAT TIIK INDIANS
Two-hat-e liltfi Mlthrwn ill, Hurrrll. 1
Hiitebrr (ii. Thrro-liBfo lilt: Harlour,
JoriPH. Hump runii: KdiiiKton. KlMher,
Hunter. Struek out : llv rllatteiy, 1; by
Kuffv. 2; bv MurUHn. 7: by Sihreibrr. 10.
Uiisp'h on hHlla: l f Hlnttrry. 1; off 1'iiffy,
4; off MorKHn, VI Imnble plays: Moru.ui
i Bloeh to Kinder. Hunter t" Jnnn. Hits:
tiff Slattery: 7 In three Innings; off
liuffv. 10 In five InnlnKs; off Thomas. 0
In one Iniilric; off Morion. 11 In eight and ,
two-tliirns inninRe: on nenrru'i-i. i m
une-thlrl lnnln Hit hv pltihed hall: Hur- ....
f..n Tim. "v I'iMiitroH' Vn Kvekln and i 1 ,on
MERCHANTS TRIM BRANDEIS
Store Team Makes Thirteen Errors I
Behind Pitcher Potash.
MOYLAN HEAVES NICE BALL
Standing of Teams
I'layeQ. Won. Lost.
Slufeds Take Fifth
111 ' WS l, Hrpt. IS.-St. Iotils took Its
fifth ronseeutlvs defeat from Buffalo by
a s ore or 3 to 1 today, rne vinuors nem
II. O. A K.
0 1 1 I j
a 0 o 0
1 0 0 (I j
11 4 7 .'I
0 10 1 2
.17 0 0
0 0 0 0
2 2 0 0
1 2 0 ii
0 1 2 ii
0 0 1 0
0 0 0 0
3 27 12 &
TI O. A. K.
10 0 0
s l o i
12 0 0
0 12 1 o
0 13 0
helm, Kmith and Jbi Mhk. Ii.
aRrrratt Holds SIosjx Visitors to
Z. Tsrrt lilts.
jf WICHITA. Kan., pt. lS.-)siar llorst-
r mH. tha third rn-rult plteher Wlcbhlta
fhsd tried out aaalnst Bloux City In this
r4rins, held tha visitors to three hits and
TVon hla lime, to i. All of the Sioux
""City runs were made as tlM result of
rwslks. Tydeman, with a hit over rlnht--Sfteld
feme that went as a triple, senl In
gftwu runa, wlnnlnn the usine. Fcore:
i AB. R.
jTTydeman, rf 6
-.jlcnolaon, if. ....
""O'Rourka. 2b. ..
Alonas. o ,
tHoralHian. p. ...
JfClarke. It ...
JrKane. lb. ....
rfMurphy, c. ..
ePliaspar, p. ..
CIatka. p. ...
ALL NATIONS TO PLAY
TWO GAMES WITH STORZ
The All Nations, headed for,Des Molnea,
where they will disband for the season,
will stop over In Omaha Saturday and
Sunday and play Fred Bradford's Storx
at Rourke park.
"Broom" lionaldson and "Cannon Ball"
Jaeksnn, two of tha most wonderful col
ored pitchers In the world, will work
attained the Brewers, although It Is pos
sible that the All Nation management
may five tho fans an opportunity to see
Reeves, the Chippewa Indian, who be
longs to the Philadelphia Athletics, In ac
tion in Saturday's game.
Manager Bradford Is holding the local
star, "I'ep" Sanders, to work against the
visitors mighty pitching marvel, Don
aldson, thus assuring those who are
anxious to ace these great slabmen op
pose each other an opportunity to satisfy
their desire. Both games will be started
at 3 o'clock.
O. A. K.
1 0 0
3 0 0
1 4 0
2 2 1
3 0 0
1 3 0
3 0 0
0 5 0
0 0 0
37 14 1
O. A. K.
3 4 0
3 0 0
10 0 0
1 Z 0
1 0 0
3 3 0
S 0 0
0 1 0
0 0 0
21 10 0
g 'Batted for liorstman In ninth.
A None out when winning run scored.
fWlchlU 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 l-
Left on bases: Bloux City. 6; Wichita. 7.
Warrlftce hits: Kane 2, 1-Jeune, linspar,
VUulmniuns. Two-base hits: Bills. Three-
baa hits: O Rourke Tydemun. Stolen
bases: Cooney, lx-jciine, Davidson, Henry,
T: .lAn.i Hits- Off fMHi.ur 8 in .lh.
linings: off Clarke. 1 In one Inning Double
tlss: Fltxsliuinons to O'Kourke to
y Henry; Rapp to Junes to ltapp to Flti-
-jstnimons. 8truck out: Ry (jaspar, 3;
Shy llorslinan. 2. Bases on balls: ulf tias
T. par, 2; off Hoiatnian, S. Will pitch:
F liorstman, 1. lilt by pitcher: Osspar, 2,
Umpire: Myers. Time: 2:Ui.
to riar North i
at. Panl Roys In t. Paol Kondax
In r'lrat Rattle of Inter
The Vinton Street Merchants completely
w I tied out the Brandels Stores In a vicious
battle yesterday afternoon, surToundlne;
the Stores with heavy artillery and bat
tering the Inner defenses until they were
a loud of one run until the eighth inning, entirely snauerca. I ne .Mercnanis orant
when Buffalo hammered out a single andS'pe out the large buildings at the cor
Iwo doubles, three men crossing the plnte. ( ner of Sixteenth and Douglas streets, but
(4ror,: II U.K. they certainly did put the blink on the
Buffalo 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 3 1 11 o' base ball team carrying the name of
St. Iiiils 0 00100000 13 2l Bramlols Stores. The final count was
Batteries: Anderson snd I-avlgnr, Al-1 . .
Icn; Davenport iind Simon. i
BALT1MOBK. Sept. 1.-Kansss City 11 """l-o ted that the Merchants vlo
broke its losing streak today and wonla,'', ,h rul'" nt warfare hy using duin
from Baltimore. 6 to 1. A threo-base hit d,lm bullets just, as the trusts are using
snd a squeeze play gave the locals their ;,hm , raising the cost of living. Any
single tally. Score: RH.K.!now " ' certain that the Brandels de
Kansaa Clty. O 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 1- 5 11 oj fnses were resistless before whatever
Baltimore ... 0 0 0 I 0 n 0 o 0- 1 7 1 brand of bullets the Merchants did use.
Batteries: -ai sard and risteriy; vu- Mltr r.rnh ..f ti.. u.u
J of Potash Perlmutter, was general of
the Brandels forces, but while lie was a
fine general h couldn't make his sol
dlers give him any support. Thirteen
error" were made behind him in addition
to a passed ball, six stolen bases per
mitted hy Ms catchers and a bunch of
punk fielding. Nine hits were made off
his delivery, hut about five of them
should have been easy outs if his mates
had been on, their toes. About the only
way Potash could put the Merchants out
was to whiff 'em and ha couldn't whiff
Moylan la Fine Form,
On the other hand Jim Moylan allowed
but five lilts and struck out thirteen. Jim
was In such neat form that when a Bran
dels baiter went to bat he atuck on
foot In the water bucket and waited for
I mps Clark to call strike.
A gent by the name of Mann, who Is a
brother to I-eslie Mann of the Boston
Braves, played left field for the Brandels.
Maan resembles his brother greatly. Inas
much ns he is so different. He whiffed
four times and made a muff of his only
chance. He might have whiffed more
limes and muffed more chances If the
game hadn't stoied.
Dick Orotic and George Clark were the
umpires. Clark is a regular umpire with
u mask and a hreast protector, but Dick
was only taking a chance. He took sev
eral and miraculously escaped with his
Two thletea llnrt.
R. Boyle of the Brandels forces was
mortally wounded during the conflict.
He and F. Moylan collided and he cgjne
out of the heap with a twisted ankle. He
was carried off the . field by the Red
Cross corps. Tollman was also Injured In
the fray. He suffered a split digit, but
was fixed up with the assistance of a
first-aid kit and a handkerchief.
The Merchants will leave tonight for
St. Paul, where they will play North St
Paul In the intercity series Sunday. If
they should win they will py th, w,.
ner of tha Chlcago-Iulsvllle game next
i.M :fi .vi
149 M Ii
If2 7H 73
15H 71 a
152 71 HI
NAT L LKAIH'K, I
W.L Pel. I
Boston 77 Mi .fvW Pbila
New York. .75 f.9 .5tin' Boston ...
I St. Ix)iiis....71 3 .M0 Detroit ...
i Chli Hgo ....72 i .MHI Wash
I'hlla 4 71 .474 CIiichko ..
Pittsburgh. .fil 7? Km, St. Lnuls.
I Brooklyn 74 .44 New York
. . 70 in .;,m
. .r.l 74 .I.Vi
..l 74 .412
..11 4 .311
Cincinnati. M 77 .4ili Cleveland
Sioux City, 6; Wichita. 6.
Dcs Moines, 15; Denver. H.
St. Joseph, 4: Lincoln, 2.
New York, 7; Chicago, 5.
Washington, 1; St. Louis 0.
Philadelphia. 2; Detroit. 3.
Boston, 4; Cleveland, ,1.
St. Louts. 1; Boston. 1. Called end of
t hi' sko, 0; Brooklyn, 2.
Cincinnati, 2; New York, 3.
Pittsburgh. 4; Philadelphia, ..
Western league-St. Joseph at Denver,
Des Moines at Lincoln. Sioux City at To-
BRAYES AND CARDINALS TIE
Battle for Twelve Innings with the
Score 0n and One.
DARKNESS STOPS THE COMBAT
Doak llnrls f.rejit Rail' bnt Visitors
Ranch Three of Hits In Kla;hth
When They Score Their
BOSTON. Sept. lS.-St. Louis and Bos
ton battled for twelve innings today In
their final game of the season, darkness
necessitating a suspension of hostilities
with the score 1 to 1. Doak pitched great
1 all. but the visitors bunched three of
their hits in the eighth Inning, when they
scored their run. In the first Inning St.
Louis had the bases filled with one out,
hut Wllpon struck out and Wlngo forced
Boston's run wss the result of a pass
to Moran, followed by Kvers' double to
right fteld, sending the foormer home.
TIGERS DEFEAT THE MACKS
Detroit. Though Outhit. Wins by
Three to Two Score.
BASES ON BALLS START THINGS
These Followed hy Veach's Double
and Horns' ainarle Rive Home
Tram All of Its
DKTROIT. Sept. IS. Although outhit,
Detroit won from Philadelphia, 3 to 2. to
day. Two bases on balls by Wyckoff In
the first Inning, followed by Veach's
double and Burns' single, gave the Tigers
all their runs. Wyckoff, Invincible after
the first, drove a home run between Cobb
and Crawford in the fifth inning. He was
removed In the oinhth to allow Schang to
bat for him. Score:
AB.II.O A k-. AD H O A K
Team Meets Sunday
All members of the Ca'.endonian eoccer
team hac been requested to be at Miller
park Sunday morning at 10 o'clock for
practice. Others have also been invited
and new men lll be chosen t i fill tip the
vacancies that may arise in the team's
J Miller, n.
AR H O A T.
0 ftMoran. rf.
3 OKver. 2b....
3 0- onnnlly. If.
6 IWhltled, cf..
AB. H O. A. B.
n Schmidt, lb S
stmlth. 3b . . 3
n OMar'nv'le, aa 2
4 Orinwd), r 3
6 njamen. p. . . . (
Barry, . . . .
Col Una, 2b
Raker. 3b. . .
I Mrlnnla. th.
Hrrunk, rf . .
I I 2
0 I 3
t i; o
o n o
n o o
0 i o
1 n i
0 n o
1 I n 0 n
oBuah, aa.... 4
OV'ltt. M 2
(ICohb, rf.... 2
ovcai-h. If... 4
ORurns, lb... 4
OM.irlarty. th 4
OMrKee. r... 1
A 'inflskl, p.. 3
0 Totals...-. W
4 27 12 I
38 7 3122 I Totsla.... 33 3 3S 22 1
,.n o o o o o o i ooo o-i
.0 00001 00000 0-1
neks llmnha Ml Wlchtts
Anierlcan lngue New York at Chi-1 B'1''' 30
t-aaro. Washington at St. Louis. Plnladel-i 0'k. P-
plus at Detroit, Boston at Cleveland.
National I -ague Pittsburgh at Boston,
Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Chicago at New
York. St. I Willis at Phlladeltih la.
Federal !aeue Kansas Citv st Brook- Two-base hit: livers. Sacrifice hits
lyn, St. Iiuls at Pittsburgh, Chicago at j Smith. Cruise. Double plays: Whittcd
Baltimore. Indianapolis at Buffalo. to Schmidt to Gowdy to Kivcrs, Beck to
American Association Ind',anaolis at Hoggins to Magee, Muggins to Magee.
Cleveland, lOiilsvllle at Columbus. Mil-1 Left on bases: St. Louis, 8; Boston, 8.
waukee at Kansas City, St. Paul at I Bases on balls: Off Doak, 8: off James,
Minneapolis. 1 6. First on errors: St. Louis. 1; Bostor.
il. Hit bv pitched: Whitted. Si:-.; out:
Bv Doak, 4; by James, R. Wild pitch:
Doak. Time: 2:35. empires: Hart and
Phils Trim Pirates.
SADIE B. MAKES AWAY
WITH HURON STAKE
TRIM TIIK. BKARs
ie Eleven-Ran Lead aad Win
DENVER. Kept, la-Des Moines over
came an eleven-run lead and won the
last game of the t.eiies today from Den
vr. 16 to 14. Morgan was wild and In.
y tiXfertive. passing twelve men. The locals
. m'-j i v t vicicii lull in iiiv luui m Hill, IIVI1
.fifteen men came un to bat. before tha
V. third out was made. Score:
HFRON. B. D., Sept. 18. A crowd of
about the same slxe as that of Wednes
day attended the state fair Thursday.
making another record breaker for this
Thursday's races results follow:
3:80 trot, purse ILOnO-Sadle B. Parks.
David City Neb., first; Isaac R. T.
Thompson, second; v'iggim las, third.
Best time 2:17V
Three-year-old pace, purse J.00 Sir
Francis Pratt. Denver, first; Happy
Heart, Mc.Uowan, Horton, Minn., second;
Peter Williams, Wright. Huron, third.
Best time 2.34V
Seven furlong dash, purse $1.YV-Way
Mark, Kinds, lke Andes, first; Merry
field, Broaddus. Varna, 111 , aecond; The
Scout, Marr, DeCater, Neb., third. No
Three-eightlia furlong, purse 375 Jack
Curley, Martin, Oeddea, S. 1)., first; Jlm
mle Hicks. Boors, Scotland, second; Billy
B. third. Best time :.W.
2:15 trot, purse ii Mount Hurst. Lined,
Sheldon. la., first; Spartan Queen. Thomp
son, lkw Molnea, la., second: Margery
Hlgga, Kdmau, Meridian, Miss., third.
Best time 2.16V
2:30 pace, purse $.Vtt Sunny Hal. Wash-
burn. Vermillion, Mason ity, la., imru
Best time 2 1111.
BAKERS BEAT CHIFEDS
BY FIVE TO THREE SCORE
PlTTSBl'imil. Sept. 13. Pittsburgh
took advantage of two wild throws of
Chicago fielders and a wild pitch by
PremVergast and scored five runs in the
first four Innings today, defeating Chi
cago. 5 to 3. The visitors could do little
with Camnltx' offerings. Score: it U.K.
Chicago 0 002001 00302
I'litibuigh ...1 1 3 10000 ol
Batteries: 1-ango, Prendergaat and Wil
son, Cauiuitx anil Berry.
ISBELL REFUSES TO
TRANSFER GAME HERE
WORKING AGAINST SUFFRAGE
Brogan Explains Influences Seeking
to Stop Women's Votes.
STEP IN PROGRESS OF
pejtker Declares that F.qna
lotlnar Rlarhta la Development
of New Era Necessitated
Tolala.... 21 7 24 13 9
Batted for Wyckoff in eighth.
Philadelphia 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 02
Detroit 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03
Two-base hits: Veach. Rarrv. Home
run: Wyckoff. Hits: off Wycokk, 3 in
secn innings; on pnawKey, l in one in-
mn. .-acnrice nu: aisn. narry. stolen
bases: Vltt. 2, Cobb, Morlarty. rxmble
plays: Collins to Barry to Mclnnls. lift
on bases: Philadelphia, 4:, Detroit, 7.
Bases on balls: Off Wyckoff, 8. Struck
out: By Wyckoff. 4; bv Covelskie, 4.
VXild pitch: Wyckoff. Time :1:."5. Um
pires: Ugan and Dineen.
Senators Blank Browns.
( ' ST. UMTS, Sept. 18. A single by Foster,
j Milan's sacrifice and Oandil's one-hase hit
i In the sixth inning gave Washington to
day's game with St. Ixiuis. I to 0. Score:
I WASHINGTON. ST. Ill'IS.
AB H.O.A E. AB H O A E
!?!!!!i:'''tKaf f r"ai-::i''e"'i'.i
0 0hotten. rf.. 4
1 OAuatln, .Mi... 3
(I 0 'rail, 2b ... 4
OWalker. If.. 4
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 18-Phlladel-uhla.
won Horn l'lttsburch today. 6 to 4,
I thereby making a clean sweep of the
i series and getting their sixth straight vlc-
. tory. Marshall was driven orr tne ruD-t.Twt-.
lier In two innings, but Baumgartner and
liraCi , t)eschKcr blanked the visitors the re
! malnder of the game. Adams was suc-
o reeded by Kantlehner in the fourth in-
t tint- Hin,v .n.f rl.ila.4Al,.Kia .,r.lr lh leuil til
the sixth on singles hy Luderus and Mar
' tin. sacrifices by Burns and Paskerv. and
1 .chert's double, score: K.M.t..
oKiuiiiiFirv. oanonooo 04 s z
Philadelphia. ..0 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 6 12 0! Totals.... 30 10 37 1 Totals..,
!8a"ttn..::::::::o S S
bbuom.., iw. i Two-base hits: Gandll. Sacrifice hit:
h.' 1!'t,KT."' ".."'.'hmk M Ml,an- I'-": Austin, Alnsmlth.
scored the first run on a single, Daubert's
iaf hit and an error by Corriden. In
Moeller, rf.. 3 0 I
Koaler, 3b... 4 2 1
Milan, rf ... 2
ranitll. lb.. 4
Shanks. If... i
Morgan. 2h. . 4
Alnnwnrth, c 3
M-llr1n. m. 4
JohnaoD, p.. 2
1 I lary,
3 OVgnear, i
2 OHoch, p
Two Influences are relied upon to op
erate against the equas suffrage amend
ment this fall, according to Francis A.
Brogan, who gave a talk before the
r.iuai franchise ""ciety Thursday thiuth" Stengel singled-. Wheat sacrl
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clement n,.d and Cutshaw's single over second
Chase. "One Influence is the dlsseinl- scored. Sehulte got on base in the ninth
nation of the'imrresslon that th. busl- I wh one out. but was left when Corriden
ness prospTity of Omaha will suffer
from the granting of equal suffrage to I Chicago
women, and the other is the Influence i Brooklyn
31 6 27 II 2'
10 0 C 1 ;
0 0 0 C 0
fanned and Sweeney was thrown out at
first. Score: . . .'VV'-i
O00UOUUV V V I i
....0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 9 0
of the foreign voter," said Mr. Britfun.
"The same argument that Omaha would
suffer was brought to bear prior to toe
Double play: Hoch to I-avan to Iary.
Bases on balls: Johnson, 2; Hoch, 4. Hit
by pitcher: By Johnson, Agnew. Struck
out: By Johnson, ti; by Hoch. 4. Left on
bases: Washington, 7; Ft. Louis, s. Wild
plteh: Johnson. Time: 2:00. Umpires:
Evans and Slicridan.
t'hlcaa-a Trims Yanks. v
CHICAGO. Sept. lx.-A fifth-Inning bat
ting rally gave Chicago a 7 to 5 victory
over New York today. Kuhti started the
F. Mi)lan. 2b...
J. Moylan, p
J Breen, cf-c
wa Uaiin. rf
a7 Hunter, cf....
f7 Haley, c
J Hurrell, 2b-lf.
F eiattery. p......
a Andreas, 2b...
J Thomas, p
f Totals ,
J Matthews. 2b..
jj Mct.'rtjr, cf....
C. Rulcber. If
J Fay, sa
. Swilir, c
'A Mlix k. -c
JT rihreloer. p...,
y ofley ........
Ies Moines ...
11. O. A. K.
14 0 0
2 J (I (i
1 o 0
3 12 0
3 2 4 0
0 o 0 0
0 0 11
0 0 10
H 27 ll 3
II. O. A E.
1 I 5 0
t 1 0
: o o
3 10 0
13 3 0
4 13 1
14 0 0
1 0 3 0
0 3 10
17 27 IS l
3 113 4-15
2 0 I 0- 14
W. Boyle, ss 3
Barney, 2b 3
Hay ward, cf-lb 4
B. Boyle, lb 4
Mann. If 4
Burkenroud, 3b 4
Tollman, c-cf 2
Jensen, c 2
Holland, rf 2
Potash, p 3
Pa IC'iuWe has missed out on another
attempt to transfer a ball game to
Omaha Rourke tried to obtain the con
sent of lslx-11 to play the Tuesday game -,n
scheduled for Ies Moines in Omaha aa it .-acrlflc
will be Impossible for the Omaha club ! 'r tunaaslntedj. potash to B. Boyle to
to play In Wichita Monday and make
Huns 0 0
Hits 1 1
Stolen bases: Sherer (21. Waehtler,
Kauth, Sukey, F. Moylan. Tollman. Pot-
W. Boyle. Sacrifice hit: F. Moylan.
fly: Kauth. IKmble play: v a. ht
R H. O. A. E.
3 2 0 1
10 13 0
1 0 2 0 0
2 2 12 0
118 4 1
12 10 1
1 2 0 0 1
0 0 14 1 0
1 0 0 2 0
H S 27 13 "o
R. H. O. A. K.
0 0 2 12!
0 14 0 1
0 110 1
0 0 S 1 3
0 0 0 0 1
1 1 0 O S
0 1 1 0
10 14 0
3 6 34 T IS
0 3 0 i 1 3 -11
1 1 0 3 3 0 -
0 0 1 0 0 1 03
0 0 1 410 06
nd scored on Fletcher's single.
CINCINNATI. NEW ".' .
ill H O A K AB.H.O.A E.
cUmIi Make Hwrro
NEW YORK. Sept. 18,-New York made j h'Uing i this round, and after four sharp
I.i;,r,TVhR series with Clncln- Vol was driven from the mountf.
" """a"' vivr " ' - "JIZ.'Z .V 1..1 .umA todav 3 to 2 .ncriaie. nis ttuccessor, couia not cnecK
passing of tha 8 o'clock (losing law and n.atl bv "k.n" fi.K.tT.?T Kt Jeen ! the locals and before the Inning was over
k.,.i... mm .k. . -01 f'.'A ,vTi.h,lh..r: ; Chicago had counted seven runs on seven
' . - " " ' Tomme, im 7l'"y,r ,h " wi I h". sacrifice hit and a sacrifice fly
put me noieis or omana out or ntisiness. ona inning. nu pi"; "; -CI
Now these samo business men have ' Vin'th? nlnh. whlch Fromm
raised $1,000,000 to build one of the finest I 0,,en.d with an Infield single. Snodgraas
hotels In tha Mlaaourt Valley." struck out and Doyle tapped to Schneider.
The speaker said that It wa- question. K
like these which widened tha breach be- f.,V.H th. bases. Bescher ran for Fromme
tween the state and Its metropolis. "If
Omaha's prosperity has any direct con
nection with state politics. Its welfare
would be better promoted by a policy
which cultivates harmony between the
city and the state, rather than the too
frequent suggestion of antagonism."
Mr. Brogan warned the women that
powerful Interests were at work to thwart
the suffrage movement. "Political, so
cial and financial pressure Is belne
brought to bear to bar the door of the
otlng booth to women of Nebraska. The ; Cincinnati
nanlfla. of.. 3 l
KlllUar, rt.. 3 1
Twomhly, It. I I
Hero. aa. - 4 0
uroh. 2b . . 1 0
Nlahoff, lb.. I
(ionaalaa. r.. 9 0
Kalloix. lb.. 3
brhuaioer, p 3 I
(Mitodgraaa. ct 4 1 I
01)o la. 2b... I
0 Ollurna. If... 3 0 0
t IKIetrhar. as.. 4 1 3
3 Kob rta'n, rt t 0 3
0, Irani. 3b 3 0 0
1 IMerkla. lb. . I 3 13
4 OMevrra, ... I 0 4
j at 1' fouls, p. .. 0 0
Promina, p . a 1
J I'M 12 3'Baxher a
New York....0 00023000580
Chicago 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 7 11 1
Red Soa Beat Napa.
CLEVELAND. Sept. IS-Boston de
feated Cleveland today, 4 to 3, In ten In
nings, Scott KcorlnK the winning run with
two out on h's triple and Speaker's Texas
leaguer. Shore allowed only one Cleve
land player to reach first base to the
eighth, when Cleveland made six hits, but
lost the gsme through poor coaching.
AB H.O.A E. AB H O A E
I.lebold. ct.. 2 I 1 DHoeper. rf... a 3 1 n 0
3 03rolt. aa 3 1 1
OSpeaker, of.. 12 4
0 .rwla. If. ... 4 1 4
24obllU'l lb 4 1 It
ounvrln. 2h.. 4 1 1
Oiiardner. 3b.. 4 0 0
Totsla ... 30 2"
0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
v n II U '1 u o U V
. ... J . I f M III M " - -
politician wno causes ine cause 01 su.-j - ,RBn for Fromm, ,n nln,h
1 rage must expect a venoeiia wnicn iu
1 bapman. at I I
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Rgan, c I
O'Neill, c... 2
Ktaen. p 2
4'i,uniha. p.. 1
37 11 SO 16
pursue him whenever he enters public
life and the banker, merchant and pro-
2 1 fesslonal man must expect an attack
upon his deposits, his trade and his
clientele. We have In Nebraska an or
ganisation which takes no polities' va
cation. In my observation of a quarter
of a century, no chief magistrate of this
city has over been elected over the veto
of this powerful Interest. The time Is
ripe to end this ronditlon before we
stand disgraced by It. The traffic that
has made Milwaukee famous should not
be allowed to make the politics of Ne
-Mill . V. 1 a .- .
One out when winning run s-ored.
First on errors: Cincinnati. 2. To- I
base hits: Merkle. 2. Home run: Schnei
der. Sacrliite hits: Twombly. Daniels. .
Sacrifice fly: Myers. Lett on hases: I
New Yolk. 12; Cincinnati, &. Double
Plays: Doyle to Merkie. Merkle to ,
Fletcher, bases on balls: off 0 Toole, j
4; off Schneider. H- fe'ruck out: By
Fromme, 3; bv Schneider. 4. Hit b
Pitched ball: By Schneider, Fletcher.
Hits- Off O'Toole. none in one inning,
none out In second; o".F"mm'1J '
elirnt innings. Time: 115. I mplres.
oTUl' II M 30 91 I
Cleveland 0 i 0000030 03
Boston 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1-4
Three-base hit: Scott. Sacrifice fl :
Scott. Stolen base: Uibold Hits: Off j
Steen, 9 in eight innings; off Coumbe, 2
in two innings. Bases on bails: Off
Couinbe. 1, off Shore, 1. Hit by pltctwr:
Bv Shore iBarbarel. Struck out: By
Steen. 0. by Shore. 1 Wild pitch: Steen.'
First-base on errors: Boston, 1. lf t on j
bases: Cleveland. 7: Boston. 0. Time: I
2:15. ITmpires: Connolly and Chill. I
THE price of a
cigar is no proof
of its mildness.
Mildness is the re
sult of correctly
blending the right
kinds of tobacco.
For 57 years the
Robert Burns has
everywhere as the
finest flavored, mild
Sold by all firit class
clubs, hotels and tobac
Conway Cigar Co.,
Sioux City, Iowa
Harle-Haas Drug Co.
for O-rahi in 1 Ccuisil uff
Des Moines by Tuesday. 1 shell, however,
refused so a double bill will bo played at
Wichita Sunday and no game Monday.
fcuilcn hjoaei: HaJio, Matthews, BuUbar. Detroit at once
Kcotla Defeats North Lonp.
SCOTIA, Neb , Rent 18. - Special -Bi-olia
defeated North Ioup yesterday at
the Popcorn celebration. to 6, in a
eleven-Inning battle, making three
straight fnnii them and making the ninth
straight win for Scotia. Yesterday's
game was one of the hardest fought ever
Played and the umps had a hard time of
It Score: RHE
Scotia 1001o;ft.l-io 0
Nort.i Loup 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 S 10 2
BatterlNS: Scotia. Duryea and Shannon;
North Ioup. Riley and Tbetsaing. Threo
base hit: Rondeau. Two-base hits: Shan
non, "elk. Umpire: yiiigUajr.
Roland 3,1HM TIBrj Prise.
The Ietrolt club has purchased from the
Nashville club of the Southern league
Pitcher Bennle Boland The price is said
to have been o.AAl. lie will report to
.lenaeu. Left on bases: Merchants, u.
Brandels, a. Struck out: Hy Moylan. l.l,
by Potash. . Bases on balls: Off Moy
lan. 4; off Potash. 6. Wild pitch: Potasn.
Passed balls: Tollman. Pstss S). ILt by
pitched balls: V. Molan, Sherer, W achl
ier Time: I60. Umpires. Clark and
JESSE GARRETT DRAWS
n'Cnnnor and Byron.
1 - ninn lillHll V 1 tl . i
4 Hilled for the. Mfr. j fxmT oik;k u 5,pl. Spe'cial 1
"Nick" or "Barker Cadman ,;m'r' . Telegram. )-Th All Nations, with Don-
of Rourke tame and now one of tne ieaa rjmhir ., the rbicHiro
biaska Infamous. Whatever the women lng Hha of the , J show I I nion Giants here today. This is the
of Nebraska may do when they get the : ''u 'J'0 ',h" "gterti scribes Nick j second time the Giants have defeated him.
vote. I believe there Is enough manhood j uhll(l,ng the fences something . Score: , AIVI,.'K; !
to defy this power and crunh it if wrible during the summer and ha. also Giants 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 Si
' ,. 1 been catcidng a grand game. All Nations ... S 000 1 00 004 5 2
necessary. been taici.ing a a Batteries: Whltworth and Coleman;
The speaker stated that universal suf- IJ HowBrd 8tl Home flnaaT'r. I Donaldson and Schamburg.
rraga was oniy a uairiuiiiireiH cue, . . iiOWard. who manages io in.iin i ,
times and that In he olden dajs. when ; tna gan Krandsco club and wno at one
king, were allpowerful. the unfitness of .,,. aided -t'bHlIn- by
the masses to rule tnemsenes oy me ,
lot was argued "with even greater elo
quence than the lata lamented manifesto
of the anti-suffragists. There Is only one
cure for the evils of democracy and that
RELEASE FROM ROURKE'
The first militant suffragists in Eng-
' land flourished in the days of King John
Jesse Garrett. Rourke twlrler. waa
given hla unconditional release yesterday.
Garrett contracted a aora arm and will
not b able to work effectively furthor
this season. Ha came hers from tha
Butte club In tha now defunct Union As
sociation. The Hourke squad has now
been cut to thirteen men. Including but
four pitchers and eight regular players
and Manager Johnny Gonding Ia
Rourke did not leave with the team when
It left for Wichita yesterday afternoon.
and gained their suffrage at Runnymeda,
according to the speaker. "Not by
smashing pictures In the royal gallery,
but by threatening the royal person, did
they obtain a votea In the affairs of
The lata General Charles F. Mandeison
and General Est a brook were pioneers in
the suffrage movement and advocated
eijual suffrage at tha framing of the
state constitution, forts -three ears ago,
according to Mr. Brogan.
tans io ran inp.
i time aided Pa to win a pennant Is I'ad- (-ub player threaten trouble if Presl- '
! , -w.. ..,,.. lenarue In hitting by a -n. . iA. Thnm.. rfiiMea to sanction 1
large majority. Del Is fat and forty, but the propow(i barnstorming trip to Cuba,
still whanga the three-bag bacon getters nxt montn When members of the team;
with ease and nonchalance. learned In Pittsburgh that the Cub head ;
. , . had announced that he would not permit ,
Red "oa Ranks Depleted of vets. tnp ,hey aald ,hBt hey woua make ,
The passing of Steve Yerkes. together lne visit to Havana regardless. ;
with Stahl. O'Rrien. Hall. Pape. Ball and - I
Vunamaker. makes seven of the Red Fielder Jones seeks Sonthnnw.
Six championship team of two years ago
who have been released.
? lefl lilt WMJ-
Fielder J. nes, manager of the St. Ix)uis j
feds. Is said to be after Wllber Cooper, j
the star southpaw of the Pirates. Jones' I
pitching staff needs strengthening very i
barilv and the new leader for the Skill-
I .oe Angeles until he haa won thinks Cooper will be the man to aid i
Jo Rivers In Bad.
Joe Rivera will be given no more fight
a c I m AriKHlea until he haa worn
decisively from s-me flgnter of real clasa n(, ciub jn the climb for a higher berth
Should he win rrom joe naww
Orleana. next month, be will again be
considered a drawing card.
!aps Have Big gqaad.
Tha Cleveland basa hall team will take
about alxty playera In Its training trip
to San Antonio next spring. About
eighteen of the squad will be pitchers.
aras Parehnso iyraense Twlrler. 1
Pitcher Louts North, star hurler for
the Syracuse club in the New York SlaiV
league, has been purchased hv the St.
Ixiuis Cardinals. North has twirled great
ball thla season, winning a majority of i
his games and was sought by several
major league clubs. 1
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