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RALLY IN SEYEHTH
Hew Torks Perk Up and Defeat the
Cleveland Club on Grounds
TRIPLE PLAY BY THE INDIAKS
REE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, MAT 13, 1915.
CLEVELAND. Way l.l.-Woods .rror,
Park's trlpla and tii r,iiCh by
Walker ware the principal factors In
Nw York' four-run rally In the sev
enlh Inning-, which gava New York the
victory. 4 to J.
A faatura of the jrarrtc waa the triple
play made by Cleveland. New York had
Nunamaicer on second and warhop cm
first Mafael hit a liner to Wood, who
atepped on flrat, doubting Warhop. A
throw to Chapman at second retired
Nunamakar for the third out. Scope;
CTjBVELAND. NEW YORK.
AH H.U A b. AB.H O A t.
Tthnld. rf.. 4 1
Tnroar, .. 1
Chapmaa. Ml 1
JarkMa. rf.. 4 1
Oran.y, If... t 1
Wood. Ib.... 4 1
WmtMCia. Ib I
fSn. c 1 0
Willrar, 1 0
Mltchdl, .. a
t a tviiMi. ib
1 OFV-k. m ...
1 IHUh rf ...
i a opipp, ib ...
1 OCoi.k. rf....
1 IHam.ll. If.
1 X ("Boon.. Ih.
a a a Warhop,
V V o
a Totala IS
i o o i a
i i V
4 l ta n a
4 i o a o
4 0 1
ui i"in(i(rii Nebraska. TWrtlcy
a ieive rut for nln. for Cam
uriiB... Ben Wight, ho caught for rtnrt-
". Pit a three-bawer. two double and
two singles out of five tlmee up.
Bluffs Man May Have
Jumped Into River
A basket containing a hat. coat and
letters was ricked up Mat nl(th. by
pedeetrlana passing a dark spot on tha
bridge. When the police lnvpstltut h.
found several loiterers who said they saw
a middle-aged roan sadly contemplating
the turbulent waters below. Maybe ha
Jumped, they as Id.
Tha letters Indicated that the hat and
coat was tha property of John Snyder.
13? Vine street. Council Bluffs, and an
employe of the Chicago aV Northwestern
Snyder could not be located it his
home, from which ha haa been missing
PUBLIC ASKED TO ASSIST
OUTINGS FOR CHILDREN
Co-operation of the public with money
N!mikr. it I s l i vlaory committee of the Associated Char-
p . 4 1 1 a (tics in Ita effort to nut thrnuah the nUn
xi it 1 of RlvlPtc outings for poor children during
They are planning; to have KTra. George
W. Doana of the Associated Charities re
ceive tha donations. They desire not only
funds, hut frc-e. transportation, drayage,
luncheons, etc.- .The special committee
that was appointed to look Into the. feasi
bility of a acheme of periodical outings
for the poor children la to report In two
weeks to tha advisory committee.
Touts a it ta l
Batted for Walker In the eighth.
Cleveland 0 1 0 1 I 0 M M
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0-4
Earned runs: Cleveland, 1; New York,
i Two-baae hits: Oranev. Turner.
Three-base hit: Peck. Sacrifice hits:
Chapman, Walker. Btolen bases: Jack
eon, Cook. Double plays: PecK to
Boone to Plpp (2). Triple play: Wood to
Chapman, lilts: Off Walker, 7 In eight
Innings; off Mitchell. 1 in one Inning.
Baaaa on bails: Off Walker. 7: off War
hop. 3. struck out: By Walker. J: by
Warhop. 3. Base on errors: New York,
1. Umpires: Mullaney and Evans.
Real Swx Trim Detroit.
DKTROTT. May 12.-A rally In the
fifth Inning, which Gainer, a former
Tiger, lod with a home run, gave Bos
ton a, 4 to 1 victory over Detroit here
today. OaJnerV drive over tha left field
two errors followed, giving Boston two
more tallies. Shore waa effective with
men -on bases. Manager Jennlnga In the
fourth Inning protested that 8horo waa
pitching tha "emery ball." but tha um
pires declared he waa not. 'Score:
rf... 4 1 OBtnti, as..
Waar, lb.. 4 4 OVItt, 3b..
Eixakar. cf... 4 t 1 a CCobb. cf. .
lwto. If.-.. 4 1 t a aCmwford.
Oalnar. lb.. 4 1 1 IVearh. If.
Rcott. a..... 4 til (tJacobaon.
..4 0 t 4
rf4 S I 0
..4 1 a ft
lb I 1 11 1 0
MrNalljr, Ik. 1 I I 1 OYounf. re... 4 1ls
iir c I 1 4 1 0Bkr. e I 11 1
Bhori, p.... 4 lit 0Ptnt, e...a 1 0
. Cowlmkle, p 1 1 1
Totals 14 IT u irubuc l a a a
Karanagh . 1
' -1 - a s art at
- 'Batted for Baker In the eighth.
'Batted for Coveleakio In the ninth.
rcston 0 0 0 0 t 0 1 0 04
etrolt 0 0010000 0-1
Two-base hita: Lewis, Shore. Home
run: Oalnor. Earned runs: Off Fhore,
1- off Coveleskle. 2. Double plays: Young
to Jacobson; Coveleskle to Vltt to Bush:
Shore to Cadv to Gainer. Base on er-
Tors: boston, i; Detroit, i. uascs on
halls: Off Shore, S; off Coveleskle. 2.
"'truck out: By Hhore. !; bv Coveleskle,
I. . Umpires; ilallln and, Dineen.
prnatnra Lost to Chtcaavo. ;
CHICAGO.' Mav IS. Tha Chicago Amer
icans defeated the Washington club here
today, 4 to 1. Score: '" -
AB.HQ.A.B .1 i AB H.O.A.B
MMl1.fl -Tf., 4 at ir.larh.l el..'. 41 19
i-1 Roth. ib i a a
1 a eB.CoHlna. b-4 I - -I
1 OFaumkar,. K. 4 1 J 0 tl
r o OJ.Calllna. r(. I 1 I l fl
0 a dw,..u. aa.. I. L. 1 D
I t .Oflrlef,. lb..l 14 .6-1
t I lriairv I 1 4 a a
: 'abjt(.... I a o -6-g
i 6 .;v ' . -
1 V Totat...,3-l tl ID A
1 1 " -
a a . -1'.
a a a . i
Foster., lb... 4
Sbaaka) If... I.
Mlbui, et ... 4
tian4ll, lb... 1
Willi. ma, ibi
morpmSf AO., 9
Hnry c-, I
Airtmltb, . e.
MfBrlSa, aa i
F.Bfal. p..... a
Uoebllag ... 1
UanOty, p... a
Total...... 3t 14 II I
Batted for Oaliia In sixth: ' -Batted
for Engel In eighth. '. .
Vaahlngton 0 0 0 o 0 C' J-DI-l
Chicago .v....t 0 0 0 X 0 0 -4
Two-base hit: Milan. Earned 1-uub:
Off Gallia. 1; off Engel, 1; off Faber. 1.
Double clays: Gallia - to Williams to
Ftieter, Bentley to McBrlde to Williama
Bases en balls: Off Gnllia, 1; off Enge),
it on riuir, j; on cienwey, j. iiiih;
Off Gallia. in five Innings:-off Engol,
2 in two innings; off Her.tley, none-' In
orte Inning. Struck out: By Faber', 4;
by Gallia. 3;. by Engel, 1. Umpires:
Chill and Connolly. .
.1 Mavcka (ihait Oait. J '
ir'-TUOVIB. May 12.-Clarenoe"WaJkar
scared in the aeforid- Inning of today's
game between St. Louis and Philadel
phia when Bchang' threw wild to sec
ond base. "Walsh went to third on tha
same play and then adored on .A smew's
single. - Another tally waa made for tha
iocaia in uie una inning anu .01., vouib
won. to o. score: .
rHUUADBLPHIA.-' BT. IT)t!tg
' AB.H.O.A. t. AB.H.O.A E
Murphr. rf 1 Oahottoa, If.. 1 4 4 4
eAuatia. 3b... I 111 1
' CPrmtt. ib.... 4 a 1
1 Kaufman, lb 4 1 1
a 0CWlkr. eft 1 1 M
O.Walati, rf. I '1 0' 0 B
I lAcnaar, a..., 4 17 1
1 STavan. as.., I 4 4 l a
1 JWaHaiaa. p. I 4 1 a
I Total K l ntt
Ol4rlnf. If.. 4
Mnink, tf. .. I
tirbaaf, c... t
lAjola. Jbp... I
Mclaaia, Ik. I
Barry, aa.... I
Kopf, lb..... I
T'aaaork. p.. 1
Wjrckff, p.. 2
'j. Walsh. v I
Tad Joins Happy Fish Family
in the Pool in The Bee Lobby
"Tad" haa arrived. Tad la Juat a tad
pole, not favored with piscatorial
pulchritude, but with promts of appear
ing some of theae day as a real frog,
with a lusty croak.
Tad haa Jolnvd tha fish colony In the
aquarium In the Bee building rotunda.
With Tad Is an entourage of other tad
poles, but lad Is the chief aubjert of In
terest In this acquatlo social renter. Fish
Commissioner O'Brien wanted to place
Tad and hla companions In congenial
company, ao be picked thla aquarium.
The goldfish at first were a little shy
of, Tad. wltn his large head and queer
aatlra, but altar a few hour the gold
fish snd' the tadpoles fraternised and
now are tha brat of friends.
When tha Mws waa bruited through
out thla fish family that Tad would do
tralop Into a cmaJtar, there waa coa
Mentation among the goldfish, but wheg
Tad promised to slug only of peace And
plenty, than discord waa changed to har
mony and Tad ta assured of an entre
Into Ma new surroundings.
At prrser.l Tsd la busy getting out of
his tadpole coat. Instead of "kicking
In," he Is kicking out. and when ha
makes hla final kick he will have a regu
lar "coming out" aa a frog and will show
tha goldfish how to do the Australian
splorh just like Annette Kellermaa.
Tad and hla associates were brought up
from the state hatc-herlea with a carload
of flan for Carter lake.
Hundreds of Crew
Of Carpathia Won't
- Sail; Fear Subseas
NTSW TORK. May U-Nearly W
Italian and Greek members of tha oraw
of tha ateamahlp Carpathia of tha Cunart)
line. It .waa learned her today, rafuaed
to ear 'on that steamer from thla port
laat week because It had been ordered to
transport troop from Canada to Eng
land. They gave aa their reason that
tha ahlp might be torpedoed by German
Official of the Cunard line said today
that the men had broken their contract
and that tha company waa under
obligation to ead them home.
KIDNAP SON OF ITALIAN
GROCER; HELD FOR GOLD
ST. 1XUI8. May ll Lorenio Velante,
10 year eld. son of an Italian grocer,
was kidnapped here today and la being
held tor IR.0O0 raneom. A letter sent to
the boy' paranta by hi captor ald
they war on tha way to Chicago with
the bey and Warned tha paranta that tha
boy would b killed tf tha pollca war
put on their trail. '
Lorenso departed for school after hla
noon day meal at horn' and two hour
later a apeclal delivery letter to hi par
ent told of the kidnaping. The police
are looking for an Italian who was seen
Appoints Him Chief Inspector in the
Department ef Pnblio Im
provement. CKAI0 MATTER STILL IN ATR
Herman Be&l. city engineer of.
South Omaha, ha been appointed
chief lnpector tn the department of
public Improvement by Commis
sioner Jardlne. Mr. Bear probabll
appointment to a poiitlon In thla de
partment has been a matter of dis
cussion la tha position of city engi
neer add unofficially It nai been
stated , that when tha new commis
sioner complete hla reorganization
Mr. Beat will have an engineering po
sition In which his knowledge of
Bouth Omaha will stand him lnsteat
In the event of consolidation.
"I have placed Mr. Beel on geaeral
Inspection and field work for the tint
being, at least. I am not prepared to
atate what later plana will be made, '
stated Commissioner Jardlne, - who also
declared he 1 not ready to y whether
George W. Craig, former city engineer,
will return to thla city to reaum hla
former poalton In tha city hall. '
Mr. Baal la out on tha work with City
Engineer Townsend- Prominent German
a'tleane .have bean working hard la be
half of tha Bouth Omaha engineer.
Total t 4 11 4 1 ' '
Batted for Murphy in ninth.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
t. Iouls ...0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 J
Two-bssa hit:- ftchang. Stolen bases:
Austin. 12), C. Walker. First basa on er
rors: M. L3Uis, 2: Philadelphia, 1.
Bsavs on balls: Off IVnnock. 11; off
Wyckoff. 4: off Wellman. I. Hlte: Off
Pennock. S in two innings: off Wyckoff,
a In six innings. Struck out: Br Wyckoff,
7; by Wellman. 5. Umpires: O'Loughlin
New Feat are la Flrenaea'a Races.
BELE FOURCHE, 8. D., May 11
i&pqclal.) Tha program committee of the
rotate Firemen' association haa ' added a
i t feature to the list this year that
promise to be a most Interesting and
far-raaching event. A free-for-all. -hub-rnd-hub
200-year straightaway which is
open to the world and which carries a
cash prise of I'M la the entry, and In
quiries from 'Iowa and Minnesota teams
which are aspiring for world champion
ship are now being received. Previous
to this meet the state tournament has
been confined to Bouth Dakota trams,
but the commltte . feel that such an
entry a the above will create moic In
terest and at the same time enable con
testing teams to maka interstate cham
pionship record that will be worth while.
Hartley Hlsih Defeats Cambridge.
HARTLEY. Neb.. May 12.-r-pcial Telegram.)-Hartley
High school won from
Cambridge High today, 12 to 5. Until
today's game , neither team had loat a
game this season, thereby making the
winner a strong contender for chafr.plon-
PRING aolKes agaira
fashion favors; the
the hew style jut more r ;
: phasis than ever on clothes that fit.
, Yoa fJifficnltmen who stoop slightly' or
carry . the head forward-nere is ; the
Kuppealieimer F0REWARD model, de
.tignedJ etpecially to fit you perfectly
without alteration. '
' You Know better than we can tell you
liow often with ordinary clothes your col
lar has a tendency to kick out at the neck
or sag too low at the back. You know, too,
that alterations attempted at such pivotal
point as the collar and shoulder- often
throw the whole coat out cf balance and
destroy the style effect -
The F0REWARD is made for men of all
ages;, men cf regular figure, short, tall and
stout men And in various young men's
modeIs.'.'... V;.:.V': - ' v ';,,., ;';',,
'' It comes in a wide range of fabrics, cut
in the advanced Spring styles.'
TheFOREWARD is an original Kuppen
teimer achievement, and is only found in
the work of this House and in the stores of
'dealers who sell Kuppenheimer Clothes.
Prices $20 to $40
Knppenieimer Clotnes are sold It a rcpre
entatir store in nearly every Metj-opofitaB
center of the United State and Cassia. Your
nam on a post card will brinf you our Bosk ef
The Notice We Received Reads
fVacate Your Estab
lishment by July 2"
Some reason for us to
take action, don't you
think? Could YOU . sug
gest a BETTER way to
obliterate a $75,003 stock
than to simply cut, devi
ate, reduce and even ruin
the regular prices if nec
essary? It doesn't make
any difference WHAT ac
tion is required, this stock
absolutely MUST sell
ALL of it in a J1TFY.
Prices That Will Jog Your Memory
NODOft 50c size, at
Captmt-ftt df. Tk Anas a Kvrptmlulmtr
- kave Character ind Individuality
ia every Style, combined with a a
CUsanea and Fit, unsurpassed.
SOLD OUT AT
U. S. Atkuson 3,
114 South 15th Street
ED. S. TB0M5CK, Up.
There should come thoughts of cool shirts and
comfortable underwear Just now we are offering
a pure Silk Negligee, French Cuff . Shirt with
bright colored satin stripe that
usually sells at. $5.00 for . , . . .
Bft 1 'II
II , I . J h 't i
f J . 5Ti?!?f I '?f-':-fl I v ..
I f 1 1 . ., 4i i J
Jj . plpjjr-.: , .
wi'n'i'' i i ' i " "' ',' ii v ' ' 1 EsBSB
A f-Vilaaf-i' f Tvi.a- ' IS BSKB
wiiiitiw in in
PIT EST OF OUVK OIK AT
"NOTICK to VAOATK" PIMCl
Hotels, r Patau rant, boardlug
hmiars and prlvavta homes),
alioutd mak the most of tleae
reductions there Is nothing bet
ter on tha tnarkot than the
brand we are offerln here
en at these exceptionally re
CALIFORNIA OLTI'K OII
(Ollve Growers' asnociatlon). In
80c else, now, at 22t
The 60c alie at ;j ltj
The fl sice at tS
1-aallon tins now st. -52.75
PIIRK IMPROTKn OUVK OIL
Under our own label. The
kind you've always bought here:
13.35 bottles at $2.72
$1.75 bottles at ....$1.4S
$1.00 bottles at 78
60o bottlee at 434
80c bottles at 24?
TIZ, for, foot comfort The 2oc
aire at -I64
ALLEN'S l-WrT EASE, the 2 60
alse at 14
KVEKSWKKT, 60a Talue . .34
EVEItSWICET, 25o value . .17
MUM, 26c value ir
HPIKO POWDER, 26C kind 17
PERM PI NO, 26c all 17
NONSPI 50c sUe 50c
SCISSORS 300 pairs of aa
sorted klads. in good grades, all
slr.!, st. pair 13
HTSSnRS Regular 60x and
7 5c manlctire scissors, pslr 32c
STORA MALT EXTRACT -1 60
kind, pr-r bottle
Ter dof.an bottlos . . .81,18
HI LI'IUR CANDLES lOe
EtlVPTLW DEODORIZER A
25c value, at X7C
RAZOR STROP SPECIALS
We pofuwsa more rasor strops
than any wholesale house In
Omaha; we own them at less
than manufacturer's prtcea. We
show 8 dozen $2.00 kinds, at,
26 dozen $1.00 strops are of
fered you at, each 340
20 dozen 50c strops are offered
you at, each 23
CHARCOAL TABLETS, REQ f
10c Rind, at 5,
Dl'ST CLOTHS. 2 Re kind. 17
KTVPTIC PENCILS, 10c kind.
at : 4t
DOTTLES Pints, worth $1.50.
now at $1.12
D. D. D., $1 size GOO
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK
The $3.75 size 82.00
The $1.00 size 4,00
The 50c size ,. . . .340
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.
Cor. 16th and Farnam. Phone Doug 150
--, - .
' ' Sirt'lCtyu v" ::M3 lining: .
' SO. OMAHA, MS, O .... , .. -
Sfoet Modem and BaxJtary Brewery in the West.
' Family trada supplied by: South Omaha, WM. XETTER, C503 N
Street; Telephone South S63. Omaha HUGO F. RTLZ, 1324 Douglas
Street; Phone Dong! 3040. Council Bluffs OLD AGE BAR. 1513 South
Sixth Street; Phone 8623.
1H ,-. ZVfi)ifij:liSi.i l1T;
sTHf BEER YOU tJKE
ASK FOR THE BEER AND SAVE THE COUPONS.
Phone Douglas 1889.
LUXUS MERCANTILE CO., Distributors
Fine grade of check and plaid nainsook, sleeveless
and knee lengths, that are worth y c
S1.25 and $1.00. special at 4 DC
HALF HOSE Men's lustrous pure Silk Hose,
double toe and heel, black, white and several col.
ors, 35c; 3 pairs for $1.00
GREEN RIVER WHISKEY- QgV
8 -year-old qualify, full quart, $1.25 value, only.......
Old T)lor. full oart, years old, value ...080
Old Crow, full qunrt, 8-j ear-old Whlakey, (1.25 Talue OSc
Clarke's Rye. H ers old, full quart, 91.25 value 080
Mall Orders Killed the Day Received We Give Shoppers' Mileage.
Ask About Free. Coupons for Chlnaware.
121-2.I No. 10th St.
"THE QUALITY UOISE.
Rheumatism Can Be Cured
Why ufrr when the new treatment will positively euro Rheumatism
la ten days. Stop suffering and avoid serious complications which may
pother you for life. CaU or write for teatlmonlala and full particulars.
DR. W. W. BOWSER
SljlJBdJiD Omaha, Netraaku.
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