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CUBS AND GIANTS
SPLIT DOUBLE BILL
New York Wins First Contest, While
Second it Captured by Chi
SECOND ONE IS A SHUTOUT
CHICAOO. July SO.-ChlcMo and Nsw
Tork broks evn In a double-hadr to
day, th visitors winning the first, I to
2. which wss th tenth irame out of the
last fifteen lost by the locals by one
run. but were ihut out In the second, 4
o . Chicago tossed the first iiim
away, when Flaher'a fumble, followed by
a sacrifice, an infield out and a wild
pitch, allowed the visitors to score the
wlnnlnf run In the seventh. A slna;l
and Boyle's homer In the first Inning
a-ave New Tork two runt.
The locals bunched a triple and a
douNe. following a base on blls off Per
ritt In the fourth for two runs In the
second game and bunched three hits with
a wild pitch, while Schauer was on the
mound In the sixth for two more runs.
McGraw used several pinch hitters, but
Humphries care out safely.
Baler, who returned to the game after
being out several days, wrenched his
ankle running to second base In the sec
ond Inning of the first game and had to
retire. Score, second game:
NEW TORK. CHICAGO.
AHf.. OAF. AB.H.O.AE.
fisrna. If I lt OO004. rf a I !
Robanaon, rf.l 1 I Flahar. M ..I 1111
!.. to 4 I I OHohulle. It... 4
Flatchar, n. i 0 4 7 t r.lmmer . Ib 4 a
Marsla, lb . 1 0 II 0 CB.Ier. lb 0 0
I ..ln, Jb.. 1 ft 0 A lKnU.lv. Ik I 0
Fnx1tm ct I St 1 Williams. ef.4
.hK rt, C....1 01 Unmr, 4 1
Stroud, p I o I OMcI.. lb-lb. 4 1
IvSvandar, pi I
Totals ....! 4 r 14 l-Murray 1 1
Vauahn I 0
Total! ... .16 I IT II 1
Batted for Lavender In the seventh.
Batted for Pierce in the ninth.
New York 20000010 0-1
Chicago 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Two-base hit: Lavender. Home run:
Doyle. Karnnd runs. New York 2; Chi
cago, 1. Double play: Fisher to Mc-barry-
First base on errors: New York,
1; Chicago, 1. Bases on balls: Off Lav
ender, 2; off Stroud, 3. Hits: Off Lav
ender, S In seven Innings: off Pierce, t
in two Innings. Struck out: By Stroud,
6: by Lavender, 1; by Pierce, 1. ("mpir-es;
Rigler and Hart, ft ore, second game:
NEW TOR It. CHICAGO
. AB.H.O.AE AB.HO.A.E.
Bursa. It 1 I OOood. rf 4 4 10 0
Robertson, rf 4 SIS 1 Flh r. aa.... 1141
rmyla. ib I 1 1 4 OSchulta, If... I 1 i
Klatclier. H.4 14 4 SZlmmcr . 3b. 4 1110
Merkla. lb.. .4 1 II OKntialy lb.. .4 114 0
ljohart. lb. . 4 4 0 1 owilltama, cf I 0 1 s
Stood gran. ef. I 110 1 Arrhar. C....I 14 10
Babbln(toa,cf.S S SMrlarrr. It I o in 1 1
ftehupp. p. ...a 0 0 1 Humphrlaa, p i 0 0 I 0
Dooln, I a 0
Patrllt. p 1 ( 0 0 0 ToUla . ..r 17 It I
Orant 1 10 0 0
firhaucr. p.. 0 0 1 0
Bralnerd ...1 10 0
DIRECTORS OF THE OMAHA DRIV-
KEK: OMAUA. 8ATITKPAY. JULY m. 1015.
: OH All A HORSEMEN
Harnen Game Here Attracts Big
Men of City, at it Does in Other
Parts of Country.
NO ADEQUATE FINANCIAL GAIN
The list of directors of the Omaha
j Driving club which Is putting Omaha on
the map once more In the harness racing
game Is. In a wsy. an honor roll. These
BEDIENT WHIPPED Paper Mill Combine
CI a-a-l TV . .
PV WUATU UT1DT ED! avniv mtpuiv
Blues Lose Pitching Duel to Chicago
by a Score of Two to
PRENDERGAST ON FOR CHIFEDS
CHtCACiO. July SO. hlcago won from
Ruffalo In a battle of pitchers today, I
to 1. ltodlent yielded a run In each of
the first two Innings, two bases on balls
men are doing a big thing for Omaha. jhHplnr the locals to secure the winning
and they are doing it for the sake of tally In the second. Three bits and a
this city and for the aake of the aport
' ' ' ., ., : V
Itself, without expectation of anything
like an adequate money reward.
HarnVss horse racing Is almost the only
port Involving the outlay of large
amounts of money which has so deep
an appeal to Its followers that they lose
sight of the financial motives to a large
degree. Almost Invariably It Is the big
men" of a city, those who accomplish
things worth while, who are Interested
In fine horses, and the rule has pi-oven
good In Omaha.
Fine Gentlemen and Fine Horses.
"Fine gentlemen and fine horses go to
gether" Is a saying that is accurate to a
Ed Peterson, president, and Otis M.
Smith, secretary of the Omaha Driving
club, both big business men of Omaha,
have taken the lead In the revival of the
harness game here. Mr. Peterson la head
of one of the biggest railroad contract
ing firms In the country and Mr. Smith
Is vice president and manager of the
Missouri Valley Elevator company.
The hall of trotting horse fame In
Omaha would not be complete unless the
name of Crelghton, once on the tongues
of horsemen all over the nation, were
In It. The family la represented on the
board of directors of the driving club
by John D. Crelghton.
The other directors are: Ed P. reck.
tfisu on liana made Hurralo Its run in
the sixth. vVlth the bases full In that
Inning Prendergast made a lucky catch
of a terrific drtva by Blair and retired
Ithe side. Booret P.. U.K.
'i"iirraio o o o o ti i o o o i s i
OiIchko 1 1000000 I Tl
Hatterles: Hedient. Anderson and Blair;
Prendergast and Wilson.
With Its Employes
NK.W YORK. July 30 Off Iclsls of the
International Paper company announced
today that John I.lndragnn, Industrial
superintendent of the company, haa nego
tiated a new working agreement with the
paper mnkers and pulp makers which em
hrsrs I per cent of the 50 employe. In
tha thirty-one mills operated hy that
concern. The new atrcement supersedea
an old one, which provided for arbltraton
of all dlsputea between the company and
Officials of the International Associa
tion of Machinists said the new agree
ment would have no effect on their de
mands for an eight-hour day.
Peven thousand employee In the mills
of the Alexander Smith A Sons Carpet
company In Tonkers were notified today
of a 10 per cent Increase In wages.
WASHINGTON. July SO -Federal con
ciliators, today reported to the Pepart
ment of lbor that the controversy be
tween the International Paper company
and s.Ono employes had been settled by
an agreement, and that the lorkout of
pattern makers In Bridgeport Conn., had
been amicably adjusted.
from Great Britain
IlNDON, July SP.-fS p. tn.-Kev. Ger
trude Von Pettolrt. the woman psstor of
a Vnltarlsn church In Birmingham and
who Is known In tha United States, waa
expelled from England today by order
of the Pritlsh home office, flha had llvet
here elshtei-n years. Borne years si
tha woman applied for naturalisation, hut
went to America, where she stayed two
years, and the application lapsed. When
her application was renewed at the com-
menrement of the war it waa refused by
the home office.
Club Quits Game
DBCATCR. 111., July JO.-The Decatur
Three-Eye league club today auceombed
to a series of misfortunes, which Included
the wrecking of Its grandstand by a
tornado recently, and surrendered Its
franchise, which probably will ba taken
by Hock Island or Galeaburg. Pitcher
Hirmayer and Catcher O'Brien were sold
to the St. Iouls Americans.
FAIR TIME ON HEAVY TRACK
MADE AT THE WAH00 RACES
WAHOO, Neb., July SO. (Special.) The
Wahoo races of tha clroult meet began
yesterday after postponement of two days
by reason of rainy weather, with a fair
attendance. The track was heavy. A
hi v crowd la looked for tomorrow on ao-
vice president and manager of the Omaha of th. lBrg9 entriea for the S:U
j Elevator company; Everett Buckingham
general manager of the Union Stock
yards; T. C. Byrne, president of the
Byrne Hammer Dry Ooods company,
and John A. Kuhn. department manager
of the Updike Grain company.
- Totals .... I M 11 a
Batted for Perrttt In the fifth.
Batted for Schupp in the ninth.
New Tork 00000000 00
Chicago 00020200 4
Two-base hits: Knlsely, Bralnerd.
Three-base hit: Zimmerman. stolen
bases: Doyle. Fletcher. Hchulte. Earned
runs: Chicago, 4. Bases on balls :f Off
Humphries, 2; off Perritt. 1; off Schupp,
1. Hits. Off Perritt, 2 In four Innings;
off Schauer. 4 In two Innings: off Hrhupp,
none In two Innings. Struck out: By
Humphries, I; by Perritt, 3; by Schauer,
1: by Schupp, 2. Umpires: Rigler and
Dodsrers Beat Pirates.
PITTSBURGH. July 30 Brooklyn de
feated Pittsburgh today, t to 2. In a hard
contested same.. The home team ecored
two runa In the third inning on singles
by Gibson. -Carev ancj Collins, aided by
tlett'i error. Brooklyn ttod the score In
the fourth; In the ninth O'.Mara doubled,
but was run 1own between third and
home when Wheat tapped to the infield.
Wheat reached second and scored on
Cutshaw'a single. Score: s
Mrara. ct t t 1 1 arara. f t tits
O'Marm. as..i 12 4 OColllna. cf.. I 2 I S
Daubart. lb. .1 0 II 0 OJohnwon. lb. I 1 11 1
Whaat. If 4 2 1 OHInrhman. rf 4 116 0
Oulahaw, lb.4 14 2 SWacnar. aa...4 0 I I
Stansal. rt...4 (11 OVIoi. b 4 2 111
. a littira, ao a a a i
loc.l association team who. It allege.! LINCOLN, Neb., July 30. (Special Tel-
iPSram.; rvain Bin interererva wun in
are now belnff p?ruadd to Jump.
Fast Steppers Do
Good Work on Track
At the Wahoo Races i:",?jn!Lwc:lvri
'WAHOO,', Neb., July 30. (Special.) The
second day"s circuit races at Wahoo
took place today on a fast track with a
greatly Increased attendance, with all the
disadvantages by reason of heavy rains
the fore part of the week. A great suc
cess Is being scored.
Inytbe :13 paoe today the second fast'
eat. time ever made in the state, 2: 104
j state tennis tournament, being held here,
hut at the business session It was do
j rlded to continue the play Saturday and
I Monday, to determine the championship.
Out of town delegates were out-spoken
in their criticism of the tournament and
a very warm
welcome to the city. Some of those who
were most rablijln their criticism an
nounced their Intention of going home
without playing out the tournament. But
It was finally agreed to go ahead alth
play regardless of the number of with
drawals. Play started again this evening after
a day's interruption. Halman sprang a
big surprise by defeating McProud, who
t had been doped 'to enter the finals.
pare, S:lt trot and 3:17 par for purses rf
$400 each. Summaries for today' races:
Trotting. 2:21 class; purse, 1400:
Charm Kin 114 2 1
E-. Bell Maden 2 2 112
Pronto J 2 4 8 2 2
Trlola 3 2 I
Kitty Red, Red Rice, Th Orphan,
Sand Hill Pete also started.
Time, 3:194. 2:2, 2:2I14. 2 M4 .
Pacing, 2:22 class: purse, V:
Vanalrkel ... Kill
lule Mac 1 2 t 1
Charllne i 3 3 J
L,iilu D 2 6 ds
Frank Holloway. Kara, King W ill, Ar
mlldlllo, Kred Hill also started.
Time. 2:15, 2;i;V 2:1S. 2:1.
Trotting. 2:18 class; purse, 2400.
David Look 2 1 1 1
Ixird Duke 1232
Heir Reaper t... 4 3 2 2
Dr. Wayo S 4 4 i
Time, 2:16)4. 2:17, 2:1. V z:is.
went to M. T. entered by S U Chap- j MathewBon aUo upet the dow wlth hli
man, Aurora, Neb. Helen Chimes in tne
2:1" pace, a 4-year-old, won second money
being her fourth time In a rsce.
The races promise much tomorrow, the
2:08 pace being particularly attractive.
Among the entries for this race are Hal
McKlnney, Columbia Fire and Sir Ixjln,
In the 2:30 trot, purse $400, there are
ten entries to go. Good entries for the
K.V:::. i . . : I :!-yeald and under pace, purse $0.
I and 3-year-old and under trot, purse $300;
Tat... .... SI 1 T.U.. j, . ,7 1 , on to,norrow.
Brooklyn 0 0O2O0O0I-3.
Pittsburgh 0 0200000 0-2 Today was Wahoo day. all the bual-
Cmpires: Cecil Boy
Two-base hits. Johnston. O'Msra.
Three-base hit: Vlox. Stolen "bases:
Carey, Collins. Double plays: Rucker to
O'Mara to Daubert, O'Mara to Cutshaw
to Daubert, Wagner to Johnaton.
Earned runs: Brooklyn. 2. 1-e't on baaea:
Brooklyn, 3: Pittsburgh, 6. Bases on er
rors: Brooklyn, 1; Bases on halls: Off
Rucker, 2: off Harmon, 1. Struck out
By Rucker, 2; by Harmon, 1
Byron and Eason.
Reds Wla from Braves.
CINCINNATI, July 30. Cincinnati won
from Boston today by hammering three
pitchers at opportune times. The score
was to 3. the visitors rails Inc In the
tiuat Innlna? by coupling two hits wltn
three bases on balls nnd thus escaping a
B08TON. . CINCINNATI.
Moral, rf....l 1 SOrah. lb. ....'4 10 6 9
F.r lh 1 S 1 4 (Harms. aa...l 1 4 t
Fltapat., sb.l 1 S 1 OWaanar. lb.. I 14 1 Johnie Mills
Connolly. 11.4 I 1 Klllitar. c...4 I 1 Helen Chimes ...
MilM. CK...-B 1 v vwrimta, 11... w w
Schmidt, lb.4 IS ewinao, e I 0 4 1
Smith, lb.. ..4 112 SWIIIIama. If. 4 1 S 0 0
MaranYll.. aa 4 SIS -SMollowlta, 16.1 I 1
iowdy, 0....1 2 12 OSchneKlar, p. I t 1 4
Janaa 1 a I
Hugbaa. ... see Totals ....III ( 17 II t
itinera ....1 S s ,
Tntala ....II T 24 11
Batted for Hughea In the seventh.
Batted for Barnes In th ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 I t 0 2
Two-base hits: Killlfer (3), Magee,
Groh. Smith. Three-base hit: Wagner.
Stolen base: Egan. Earned runs: Bos
ton, 3; Cincinnati, S. Bases on halls: Off
James. 2; off Hughes, 1: off Schneider,
T. Hits: Off James. 8 In five Innings,
none out In sixth; off Hughes, 1 In one
Inning; off Barnes, t in two Innings.
Struck out: By James. 1; by Barnes, 1;
by Sohneider, 4. Umpires: Klem and
FEDS ARE ENJOINED FROM
FLIRTING WITH TEBEAU MEN
KANSAS CITT. Mo.. July 30. A tem
porary injunction against President James
A. Gilmore of the Federal leasTue and
owner of Federal league clubs, restrain
ing them . from tampering with player
under contract to the Kanaas City Amer
ican Association team, was granted In the
circuit court her today.
Arguments on a petition for a perma
nent Injunction will be heard tomorrow.
Th petition declares that th Federal
league Is disorganising the local associa
tion team; that the players are becoming
dissatisfied and "listening to th call."
It 1 alleged that although th Associa
tion Mayer are under contract, that faot
Is Ignored In "secret persuasion." Th
application name fiftsea players on tb
local Association team, which It allege
are now being persuaded to jump.
Arguments on a petition for a perma
nent Injunction will b heard tomorrow.
Th petttlton declares that th Fed
eral leagu Is disorganising th local
association team;' that th players arc
becoming dissatisfied and 'listening to
It la alleged thst although th associa
tion players are under contract, that fact
is Ignored In "secret persuasion." Th
application names fifteen playsi oa th
nesa houses closing, even the saloons
closing during the races alonif with the
Summaries for today:
Pacing, M2 class, purne $400:
M. T 1 1 1
Hhadellne , 3 S 2
Shady Butterfly 4 4 8
o a a
lK-e Dene I a
O.IAI- 0-111. .111.
Joe Joe, Gallant Constantino and R W K
Trotting, 2 19 class, purse $W0:
Fdlth All Tell 1 1 1
Grest Northern 2 3 2
George Summers 3 4 4
The Corsair 8 2
Joe Vincent 4 6 8
Time, 2:17'4. 2:lVi. 2:144. . ,
John Kmerson. Checkheart, Jack Panic
and Chief also started.
217 nure. 1400:
. ..... , , ,
i i i
2 I 2
Ora Vldmar J 1 6
Allator. Freda G Don tluixote, I.st
Chsnce also started. Trine: 2:13'4. 2:11k.
Running, flve-eightha mile, purse $100:
Indlanola first, Hlalby second. Conjurer
third. Volthron fourth. Time: 1:04.
victory over Morgan.
Following are the results of this evenA
McProud beat Edmundson. 8-0, 810.
Proud best Hosfurd, 6-1. flu.
Weaverltng beat Reed. 6-3, 8-3.
Halman beat McProud, 8-6. 8-0. 8-8.
Mathewson beat Morgan, 2-8, 6-6, 8-2.
Colonel Get Catcher.
President Wathen of the Loulsvllls
Colonels, as a raau.lt of a scouting trip
through the Southern league, secured
the services of Catcher Francis Grtt-bens.
CHICAGO VARSITY TEAM
TO MAKE TRIP TO JAPAN
OIIICAGO, July 80 The University of
Chicago bane ball team will leave here
Wedneadsy, August 4, for Jspan, where
It Is scheduled to play a eerie cf games
with the clubs of Kelo, Wsseda and M1JI
universities. This Is the second trip by
the University of Chicago team, the first
being in 1910.
In addition to th game played In
Jspan, the team this year has scheduled
games with nine In . th Philippines,
China and th Hawaiian - Islsnds. ,
The team probably wilt not return to
the United States until next December.
MORDECAI BROWN IS
CHICAGO, July 80. Mordecal Brown,
pitcher for th Chicago Federals, who is
ill at a local hospital. Is slowly recover
ing; according to the attending physi
cian. Manager Tinker believes Brown will
be able to leave th hospital In a few
days and may b strong enough to play
ball within two weeks.
Onrar inf Honth.
Pitcher Ifty George, recently re
leased by Kansss City and who threat
ened to sue George Tebeau under his
contrsct, haa Joined ths New Orleans
Southern league team.
If tiF"Jl ' i't - ii.-;'-i'ij .''IXM.JjlU., i
"WEST FARNAM DISTRICT"
Big Salef DundeeLots
Beginning at 9 o'Clock.
Sale from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
(Saturday) HOW TO REACH THE SALE.
Take a Dundee car. GET OFF AT 4tTU AND DODGE STREETS. Don't
miss this sale.
We will soil your home. Why not move to the new district, where every
thing is beinfr 'done to secure ideal home-like surroundings.
PRICES are low in this sightly tiact of ground.
TERMS can be arranged to suit purchaser. No discount for cash. CALL
DOUGLAS 25rJ(: we will send a salesman with nu automobile after you. Send
2 for plat ami price list. (
I . H. H. HARPER & COMPANY
v 1013-14 City National Bank Building. " k'
DUNDEE DUNDEE DUNDEE DUNDEE DUNDEE DUNDEE
Powder Makers Get '
an Increase in Pay
WIIAtlNriTON', Del., JUT jo.Th
Hercules Powder company todsy an
nounced an increase of 90 per cent In the,
wages of all employed, who hav been In,
th service of th conrpsny fifteen days.
Th Hercule company was on of thoa
separated from th Dupont company as a
result of th government's anti-trust suit
against th Dupont corporation. It hs
several plants and a large number of
men are amployed.
" .uinw mi i a ' i. nu an ' " awjaaiuuii ma 1 1 u i i "
La. , , ,T , r- : :
The Clothes We Sell You at Half Price.
Are from the world's best and greatest makers, "Kuppenheimer," "Hart
SchafTner &. Marx." "Stein-Bloch" and "Society Brand0 clothes that em-
body every element of refined class.
of unexcelled quality ana value.
Clothes with a record behind them
I Great Sale of Extra Trousers
' Anyone who has ever attended these semiannual pants sales of ours
will now have a like opportunity to get the utmost In quality at a big saving.
$2 and $2.50
$3 and $3.50
See Big Window
$4.50 and $5
Manhattan Shirt Sale
These celebrated and famous make of shirts need
They are all In a class by themselves.
$6 and $7.50
Boys Suit Salev
T'p to 13.10 nulla l
nt'p (o (4 10 Sulla I,
t'p to M 0 Hulls 1.
t'p te IT SO milts 4
Up to l. (0 Hulls 5.
I $ 1 .65
. $2.50, $3 SHIRTS
Straw Hat Sale
any Straw Rat In tbe atore f f
-r I, . rui r araoeth braid Jf
SZ OA Tw 5 worth to lis ' -'V
If 4ir7Z' - lOt I I 77 ft f J3 Ar Lealaera that sold to l.0t. ,
ZZrtSt.',VZjr li t Hum. and Waoskuk H.U
nSlsi! I ai..ii... ii i i in l HI Paaama and ank
ANNUAL CLEAN-UP SHOE SALE
MEETS WITH UNANIMOUS SUCCESS. FRIDAY THE FIRST DAY
Of our Annual I'lean-Vp Kale (rccardlesa of the ireathrr condition!) waa one of the bftrtt aho einta
of the aensoii. This la beyond question the GRKATKHT SHOE H.U.K in the history of Omaha, and la
an annual event looked and vrnited for by the wise shoe buyers of this rjty. Below wo quote you only
n few of the many bargains for Saturday. Hundreds of others equally as groat.
Sale Prices for Men
Johnston So Mur
phy $6.50 tan Eus
lia and gtm metal
Oxfords, b n o h-
MacDonald So kl
lev'i $6.00 and
$5.50 tan Rnnia
vand gnu metal Ox-
j now..,. $4.45
Blater Ss McwTliri
$5.00 tan Russia
and calf cloth top
now. . . .
Howard St Foster's
$5.00 tan Russia,
whit) rubbar sole
Oxfords, &to nr
Reynolds, Drake Sa
Oabel's $4.50 tan
Russia and black
rubber sole Ox-
Howard So Foster's
H&0 tan Russia
and gun metal Ox-
Ten lines $100 Ox
fords, tan Russia,
calf and patents,
Mullen Shoe Oo.'s
$3.50 tan Russia
and calf, English
and hig-h toe lasts,
Sale Prices lor Women
Laird So Sohober'i
$8.50 hand made
Delta pumps, pat
ent and dull, turn
Laird St Schober's
$5.50 patent, dull
and tan Russia
now. . .
Wright & Peter's
$5.00 patent, dull
and white calf top,
Louis and Cuban
375 pair broken
lines Oxfords and
straps, kid and pat
ent, your yir
H. IL Gray's $4.50
patent Oxfords and
pumps, gray, fawn
and white quarters,
extra pe-(f) or
Ziegler Bros.' $4.00
patent and dull kid
straps and pumps,
Ten lines, all good
Dumps and button
doll and kids, $4.00
and $3.50 values,
Eight lines $3.50
and traps, dull and
f 1 V - I .
STORE OPEN UNTIL
9 P. M. SATURDAYS