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OMAHA WINS EXTRA
CONTEST
Beats Wichita in Second Game
of the Series by Score of
Four to Three.
COME STRONG FROM REAR
Wichita, Kan., April 22. (Special
Telegram.) Omaha won the second
game of the series here in a ten-inning
battle by a score of 4 to 3.
With, the count standing 3 to 2
against them in the ninth and two
down Burg walked and stole second.
Irelan hit a high fly in front of the
pitcher's box and Burg scored the
tving run when Hctling dropped the
ball.
Smith led off in the tenth and hit
one to right that bounded off the top
of the fence and back into the dia
mond for three bases. He scored on
Brokaw's sacrifice fly to right.
Irelan doubled in the first and scored
on Thompson's single.
Thompson walked in the fourth.
Krug singled. Smith forced Thompson
at' third. Brottcm singled counting
Krug.
A walk, single, double and sacrifice
fly scored two for Wichita in the
first. Hctling was hit in the fourth,
look second on a passed ball and
scored when Watkins dropped Yary
an's fly.
C. Thompson worked the last two
innings and the Izzics could da noth
ing wilh his delivery.
OMAHA.
All. II. II. n. A. T..
iitirn. 4 i 2 i 3 0
Irrliin, V 4 1 1 1 ft 0
Th-.initv.il, rf 4 II 2 4 1 0
K-iii. It 1 1 4 I 0
milli. K 5 I 4 2 0
rirollrm. r 4 0 t II 2 1
lirok.iw. lh 4 0 0 7 0 0
IViitMn. rr A 0 1 0 0 1
l urry, p R 0 0 0 t 0
"Mrl - 1 0 0 0 0
Thump in. n 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tlh 3t IS 80 13 3
WICHITA.
AB. R. H. O. A. IT
Knodivin, ?h 4 0,3 3 3 0
Harvey. If 2 1 1 1 0 0
Jones, lb t 1 1 0 0
C'i, rf 5 0 1 2 9 0
Helling, 8b 2 1 0 2 0 I
rajton, w 2 0 0 0 4 0
Wmhburn, rf 4 0 0 2 1 0
Yaryan, e 4 0 0 a 4 0
Koentner, p 4 0 10 4 0
Kapp 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ..........83 S I 10 1 1
'Ratted for Carry In ninth.
'Batted for Ilarrer In tenth.
Omaha. .... lOOlttOOl 14
Wichita, ... 200100000 03
Two-base hits: Irelan, Goodwin. Smith.
Three-bane hit: Smith. Haeriflee Itltat Har
vey, Goodwin. Bases on balls: off Koestner,
ft: off Curry, 4: off Thompson. 1. Struck
nut: By Koestner, 9; by Curry, 0; by
Thompson, 1. Hits and earned runs: Off
Koestner, It and 4 In ten Inning-.; off
Curry, 1. and 3 In eight Innings; off Thomp
son, 1 and none In two Innings. Stolen bases:
Payton, Tbompson, Burg, Smith, Irelan. Left
on bases: Wichita, 3; Omaha, 10, Time:
2:03. empire: Jacobs.
Denver Beats Boosters
In One to Nothing Game
Denver, Colo., April 22. Denver
won a pitcher's battle from Dcs
Moines today 1 to 0. The winning
run came in the second inning, when,
with two 'men out, Shanley hit for
two bases, scoring Mills who had
reached first on a fielder's choice.
Boehlcr's pitching was a feature. He
struck, out nine men and gave only
one base on balls. Score:
DES MOINES. DENVER.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Cass.lf. 4 1 0 0 0Wuffli,3b 4 2 0 3 0
Rwoldt.Sb 3 0 12 OKellher.se 4 0 3 0 0
Spcnccr.of 4 0 10 OOakcs. fr 3 0 2 0 0
Huntcr.rf 4 2 10 OButcher.lf 2 110 0
Hartfd.SB 3 0 2 3 OMUla.lb 3 0 8 1 0
Coffey, 2b 3 0 0 7 0Hartmn,rf3 110 0
Swecney.lbS 1 16 0 OShanley.Sb 3 112 0
Sphar.c 3 0 3 0 OSlwstak.c 3 0 10 2 0
Mueser.p 2 10 4 lBoehtcr.p 3 0 14 0
Hreon. 10000
Klnsey.p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals.. 28 6 27 12 0
Totals 30 6 24 16 1 s
Batted for Muaser In eighth.
Dcs MoIiicb ..00 0 00 00 0 0 0
Denver 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two-base hit: Shanley. Three-base
hi t ; Butcher. Stolen baaes : Ewold t 2 ,
Wuffll. Banes on balls: Off Boehler, 1;
Miissir, 1. Struck out: Boehler. 9: Musser,
'.: Klnaey, 1. Hits and earned runs: Off
Musser, 4 and 1 In i Innings. Left un
jftaps: Denver. 4; Des Moines. 4, Time of
'' tame, 1:32. Umpires: McGUviay and Mit
er. . '
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Minneapolis R, H E.
Minneapolis 16 4
si. Paul 2 3 0
At Milwaukee r. h. E.
Milwaukee 1 16 3
Kansas City 4 4 0
At Toledo R. H. E.
Toledo 0 6 3
.oulsvllle 4 5 2
At Columbus R. H. E.
Columbus 4 6 1
Indianapolis 3 6 2
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION.
Nashville 2
Uttle Rock 9
New Orleans 16
Atlanta 3
Mobile 9
Birmingham 2
Memphis - 7
Chattanooga 3
Quick Relief From Colds.
"I have found C(iamberlVin's Cough
Remedy to give the quickest relief
from hard colds and bad coughs of
anything I have Used." states Mrs. T.
ttowman, Decatur, 111
Sioux City Wins Slugging
Match From Joplin Team
Joplin, Mo., April 22. Sioux City
won a slugging match from Joplin,
14 to 7. Connolly's home run in
the fourth scored ahead of him.
Score:
SIOUX CITT. JOPLIN. I
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A,E
Ollmore.lf ft 3 I 0 ODevort.tf 4 2 10 1
Cooney,2b 4 0 11 OJoc'r'ne.Sb 4 0 4 & 0
Conn'Iy3b S l3 1 1 IDaltoiuf 3 0 3 1 0
Watoon.rf 6 1 3 0 OAllen.cf , 0 0 0 0 0
Mets.lb 4 3 4 1 1 Hunter, lb (13 18
Rader.ss S 3 7 2 1 Horan.rf 4 0 0 0 0
Henry.cf 3 10 1 lL'more.ss 3 0 4 a J
Croeby.c 4 2 8 1 0Roche,2b 3 2 0 3 0
Clark. p 4 2 11 0Lambs,2b t 3 1 0 0
Orover.n 4 2 8 1 OCollns.O 6 2 Z 1
Leroy, p 1 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 46 17 27 11 4McG'nor,p 1 0 0 0 0
WriRrht.p 2 0 o o u
Burwell.p 2 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 88 10 27 16 7
Sioux City .,108 8 2000 014
Joplin 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 0 07
Two-base hits: Watson, Henry, Crosby,
Hunter, Lamb, Collins. Three-bane lit la:
Rader, Devore. Home runs: Connolly.
Sacrifice hit: Cooney. Sacrifice fly: Horan.
Stolen bases: Cooney, Met, itit by pitcher:
By Clark (Devoro). Passed Vail: Collins.
Hits and earned runs Off Leroy, 6 and 1
in 8 innings; off Mctiranor, 2 and 1 In 0
innings; off Wright, 7 and 6 in 4 innings;
off Burwell, 2 and 0 In 2 innings ; off Clark,
9 and 6 In 6 2-3 innings; off Gmver, 1 and
0 in 2 1-3 innings. Struck out by Le Roy.
1; Wright, 2; Burwell, 1; Clark, 3; drover,
3. Bases on balls: Off Le Roy. 1; Mc
Granor, 2: Wright, 2; off Clark, 6. Left on
bases: Sioux City. lfl; Joplin. It. First
base on errors: Joplin, 3; Sioux City. 4.
Time, 2:15. Umpires: Shannon and Fillinan,
Links Win Ten Hits Off
Adams and Defeat St. Joe
St. Joseph, Mo., April 22. Lincoln
gathered ten hits off Babe Adams
today and defeated St. Joseph, 4 to 0.
Lober's batting featured. Score:
LINCOLN. ST. JOSEPH.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Carliele.lf 4 14 0 OShay.sa 4 0 0 4 0
Smith, 2b 4 10 3 VHaley,2b S 0 3 0 3
Bavles.cf 4 110 OM'Cabe.cf 4 2 3 10
T.ober.rf 4 3 3 0 OKrkh'm.lf 4 110 0
ariflin.lb 3 1 12 0 OHenry.lb 4 1 12 0 0
Butler.ss 4 2 2-2 OM'CtTnSb 41320
I,amb,3b 4 113 iB.Smth.rr 4 0 3 0 0
Block.o 4 0 3 0 OMoore.c 4 12 10
Ualla.p 2 0 11 OAdRmn.p 3 2 0 3 0
w rifrni.er i v v v v
Totals.. 33 10 27 9 2Fusner 1 0 0 0 0
Totals. .36 8 27 11 3
'Batted for Adams in ninth.
Lincoln 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 04
St. Joseph 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Struck out: By Adams, 1. Stolen bases:
McCabe, Klrkham. Sacrifice hit: Halla. Two-
base hits Klrkham, I.ober. Double play: T.
Smith to Butler to Griffin. Left on bases:
St. Joeeph, 8; Lincoln, 3. Hits and earned
runs: Off Adams, 1 and 2 In nine Innings;
off Halla, 8 and 0 In nine innings. Timu
1:35. umpire: Gaston.
Dahlman Knights Win
From the Sample-Harts
The Dahlman Knights defeated the
Sample Hart Motor company, cham
pions of C class last year, for their
first loss in two years. The features
of the game were the hurling of J.
Baumgardner and the receiving of
Rosenblum. J. Baumgardner allowed
three hits and struck out eighteen
men. In the ninth inning, with Al
Tolliver at bat, he hit the pill for a
two-bagger, scoring the needed run.
With two men on base, Slavin hit a
two-bagger, scoring two runs. The
score:
DAHLM'N KNIGHTS. S. If. MOTOR CO.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.AR
Ranblm.c 3 0 1 3 0P3ilirtz,a9 2 0 0 0 0
Rhyseli.cf 3 0 11 nSnboila.'f .10 0 1 0
Bnstn.rf 3 110 flSkmok.Jb 3 0 0 3 1
BoKue.es 3 2 13 1 Dhanty.c ii 0 0 2 0
Tlliver.lb 3 1 2 12 0Hol1nd,2 3 112 1
TBgdr.lf 3 0 11 IScheaf.lf 3 0 0 3 p
Ma.her.3b 3 0 10 OWgnr.lb .1 0 1 10 0
.TBmgdr.p 2 0 12 OJCDhty.rf 3 0 0 1 0
Slavin,2b 3 0 10 OUooehw.p 3 0 110
Totals.. 26 4 10 21 2 Totals.. :'6 1 3 23
Games Today.
Western League Omaha at Wichita.
Slous City at Joplin. Dcs Moines at Den
ver,. Lincoln at St, Josr-ph.
National League Chicago at Cincinnati,
Pittsburgh at St. Louis, Brooklyn at Phila
delphia, Boston at New York.
American League Philadelphia at Wash
ington, New York at Boston.
American Association Toledo at Colum
bus, Indianapolis at Louisville, Minneapolis
at St. Paul, Kansas City at Milwaukee.
Legislature Prints Many
Copies of Prohibition Law
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Neb.. April 22. (Special.)
In order to supply a widespread de
mand for copies of the newly enacted
prohibition law the house decided to
have 3.000 extra copies printed and
furnished to the members, this bcijig
thirty copies for each. The senate has
ordered a large number of copies and
Secretary of Slate Pool is also getting
some for distribution.
Good Roads Meeting.
Gcring. Neb.. April 22. (Special.)
It has been arranged to hold a gen
eral good roads meeting in Gcring
April 30. State Engineer George E.
Johnson and H. 11. Bushnell, Jr..
president of the Association of West
ern Nebraska Commercial clubs, will
attend to explain to representatives
of the western counties the scope and
purpose of the federal road aid mat
ters. Building Activity Steady.
'Gering. Neb.. April 22. (Special.)
n,,,iri;n i. ..in , , I,.,, ;.,
u..u...e ,a ...... . B ....v. ..o. ...
this city. Aside from the twenty new
rtctflrnfa ttint rtr tn Kn knit kir tlm
Twiford-Stewart Co. of this city, a
milliner ui new liunirs ami uus.ncts
additions arc arranged for. The brick
State bank building has been com
pleted
CDBS LOSE BATTLE
TO CINCINNATI REDS
Home Team Wing Game by
Bunching Hits in Seventh
Inning of Fray.
SEVEN TO FOUR IS SCORE
Cincinnati, O., April 11. By bunch
ing six hits in the seventh inning
here today Cincinnati defeated Chi
cago, 7 to 4. Wortman was spiked
by Groh in the fourth and Roush
was hurt while sliding into second in
the sixth. Both players were carried
from the field. Score:
CHICAGO, CINCINNATI.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Zrltr,3-ss 6 114 droll 31) 4 3 0 5 0
Wnlter.rf 4 12 1 0 Kopf.na 4 i 1 3 1
lloylF.2b 5 13 3 ORoush.cr S 1 0 0 1
Mann. If 4 1 2 1 OChase.lb 4 1 13 0 0
WMhns.cf 3 0 3 0 OOrfith.rf 4 3 10 0
Merkle.lb 3 3 7 0 0Shean,2b 4 0 3 3 0
Wrtmn.ss 10 10 OWIngo.c 4 14 2 0
IVaUb 2 0 0 1 ON'eals.lf.cf 8 13 0 0
Wllinn.c 115S OSobnldr.p S 0 1 1 0
Doufflns.p 3 0 0 2 3
rsoknl.p 0 0 0 1 0 Totals . 3 12 27 14 2
Flack 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 33 7 24 15 3
Batted for Packard In ninth.
Chicago J 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 fl 4
Cincinnati ...00 0 0 0 2 50 1
Two-base lilts: Doyle. Merkle, Oroh, 'Zel-
dcr, Chsse. Thrpe-bape hits: Orlfflth, Kopf,
.stolen base: Flack. Double plays: Kopr to
Shean to Chase; Wolter to Merkle. Dase
on balls: Off Schneider, 6. Hits: Off Doug-
Isfs, II In 7 Innings. Struck out: By l'oug
Ibks, 4; by Schneider, 3. Umpires: Klem
and Emslle.
Cardinals Trim Pirates.
St. Louis, April 22. St. Louis hunched
hits in the first and third innings today
ami. aided by two mlsplsys, defeated Pitts
burgh, 4 to 1. Pittsburgh got a run in the
ninth on Fischer's double and a single by
arrt. Srore:
PITTSBURGH. ST. LOUIS.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Blgbee.H 4 0 0 9 OHescher.lC 3 0 2 0 0
.'arey.cf 4 1
2 0 0 Relate, 2b 3 0
1 0 OLong.rf 4 0
2 2 0
Schuite.rf 4 0
Hchmn.lb 4 0
0 0
fl 0
9 0 OMiller.lb IS
1 2 1 Hornby ,rs 3
4 2 OCrulsp.cf 4
i 5 lF.Smlh.3b 3
4 2 ISnyder.o 4
0 0 ODoak.p 3
0 9'
Balrd.2b 3 1
3 3 0
Klschcr.c 3 2
3 10 0
12 3 0
2 6 10
0 0 4 0
Ward.ss 4 2
Varrtr,3b 4 0
Mmaux.p 3 1
Altberff 1 0 0 0 0
Totals,. 32 7 27 IS 0
Totals.. 34 7 2t 11 3 '
Batted for Mammaux in ninth.
Pittsburgh .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 11
St. Louis .... 2 0 2 0 0 0 0
Two-base hits: Cruise, Fischer.
Three.
base hits: Carey. Stolen bases: Cruise (2)
ueinet, ijoiir;. oase on nuns: vri mam
maux, 6; off Doak, 3. Struck out: By
Mammauy. 4; by Doax, 4. Umpires; Big
ler and Orth.
Hans Wagner Driven From
Game by Jeers, Says Schulte
Chicago, April 22. Jeers of some
of the Pittsburgh fans is what drove
Hans Wagner, the veteran shortstop
of the Pirates, out of the game, in the
opinion of Frank Schultz. a former
member of the Chicago Nationals.
Schulte, while, here with the Pitts
burgh club, related an incident which
occurred last fall. Wagner had an
off day, Schulte said, and had booted
one or two. Two or three times there
were yells of disapproval from the
stands.
" 'Frank, I'm through,' Wagner told
me as we were coming off the field,"
Schulte said. "I can stand anything
but that. When they start hooting
me I guess it's time to get out of the
game.' "
Fremont Team Wins Out
In the Mixed Doubles
Miss I.aura Bruch and Luce Ham
mond of Fremont, defeated Miss Lil
liam Hughes and Dad Huntington of
Omaha, in their mixed doubles con
test by 43 pins. Hughes and Hunt
ington had a lead of 34 pins to go on
when they started to bowl the final
five games. Miss Bruch shot a re
markable series, averaging 185 2-5.
Miss Hughes had hard luck running
into a number of splits. "Dad" wants
a return match. Following is the
score: '
Miss Bruch... 173 19 10 17 116 :7
Hammond ... 176 1S2 344 177 178 7
Total 184
Miss Hughes.. HI 162 HI 17 1S1 78
Huntington... 255 2-3 222 171 175 1024
Tot, I U12
Big Fields in Harness
Classics at Detroit
Detroit, April 22. Big fields of
famous harness horses have been en
tered in the Blue Ribbon classes which
take place in July. The M and M,
with a purse of $10,000 has twenty
four nominations, while the $5,000
Board of Commerce stake has twenty
two entries. Tommy Murphy and
Walter Cox each has three horses
entered in the M and M. "Pop"
Geers' candidate is Allie Ashbrook.
Golfers Place Membership,
Plans in Committee's Hands
New York, April 22. The matter of
election to membership in Jhe Pro
fessional Golfers' Association of
America has been placed in the hands
of the national executive committee
of that organization. This was an
nounced at the meeting of the pro
fessionals held in the Hotel Martin
ique. The power to elect or reject
under ccriain conditions was vested
in ihr national committee by a co
pas.icd after lcngtjiy debate.
Sport Calendar Today
Ttenrh Show Opening of annual tthow f
the M aNhlngton Kennel club, M ashing
ton. t. .
lion line Annual tournament f North
western International How line assoelatloa al
rortland, Or,
Field Trials Annual trials of New York
IHato Field Trial aworlation In Orange
county, Aew lork.
Hoxlnf ls larry vs. Jeff Smith, at New
ur.ea.ns (called offti Jim i off e vs. Carl
Morris, ten rounds, at New Vorkt FranMe
liurns rs. rddle O'Keefe, all rounds, at
rniiajlelptilat tieorre Chip . Zulu Kid,
twelve rounds, at Brldteport.
Steeplechase to Be
Feature of Races
At Saratoga Track
New York. April 22. Steeplechase
events are going to be one of the
features during the coming racing
season. Judging from the number of
entries that have already been received
for other races over the sticks, there
will be a marked increase in the size
of the fields this year.
As all the other stake events have
already closed, the Saratoga Racing
association announces the date of
closing for the steeplechase events
which will be run at the summer
meeting.
There will be the usual big four
events and the entries to these will
close on Monday, May 7. .Two of
these, the Saratoga steeplechase
handicap and the Beverwyck steeple
chase handicap, have an increase in
the added money, $500 increase being
added to the first named stake and
$200 to the other.
Tom Mills Books Twelve
Games for Creighton Nine
Coach Tommy Mills of Creighton
admit it will require no little maneu
vering on his part to arrange dates of
his base ball schedule. Creighton
now has twelve games hooked and
many other college teams have offered
Mills games, but owing to the fact
that the final examinations start in
five weeks, lie has refused most of the
game offered.
Followers of the Creighton team
are bewailing the fact that it became
necessary to postpone the opening
game with the Huskers, but Mills an
nounced last night that the Nebraska
authorities had promised two later
games one at Lincoln and the other
to be stagey here. Trinity and Wes
leyan will also be seen here, while
Peru Normal will be given two games
at Peru and Momingside and Trinity
will be met at Sioux City. Wesleyan
will be met at University Place and
St. Mary's at St. Mary's, Kas.
Wyoming university offered several
dates for games to be played at Wy
oming, but faculty authorities are not
in favor of such a long trip. South
Dakota university has cancelled their
games, as they will not finish their
schedule because of war conditions.
Chases Man Armed With
Knife Clear to City Jai!
The fact that Morris Bell, negro,
more than six feet tall, was armed
with a knife, did not prevent Joe
Batillia, 1023 Capitol avenue, from
chasing him to jail.
Bell stopped Batillia at Fourteenth
anl Douglas streets. "Say, gimme a
match will you?" Batillia complied.
Bell made an iiisulting.rcniark.
Batillia struck Bell squarely on the
nose. The colored man then drew a
knife, but Batillia proceeded to chase
his opponent to jail.
Bell was charged with assault and
battery and Batillia held as complain
ing witness.
Sir Francis Cowley Burnand,
Former Editor of Punch, Dies
London. April 22. Sir Francis
Cowley Burnand, formerly editor of
Punch, died at Ramsgate, ls home,
today.
He was editor of Punch from 1862
to 1906. He was a playwright and
author of much, light literature.
Among the more than 120 plays,
chiefly burlesques and light comedies
of which he was the author, was
"Black-F.yed Susan," which ran 800
nights at Royalty theater, Soho, and
was played for years in America. He
was 81 years of age.
British Food Dictator'Will ,
Take Over All Flour Mills
London. April 22. Baron Devon
port, the food controller, today issued
an order for the taking over of all
flour mills in the United Kingdom
April 30 by his department. It is pre
sumed that the mills will continue to
lie operated by their present owners
under the supervise of the food con
troller. Steals Home W Inn rnte.
MoRifflfk stole home In the eighth Inning
of the iam between the Stagu and Alpha
corpn of the Woodman of the World, bring
ing In the run which won the game 6 to
6 for the Stags.
Ratterlm: Raima and Flet; W. O, W.,
Baler and Sardeau, Strike out Hainan
II, Bakfr 11.
Army Ball Tram Electa.
Vt Point. N. T., April 22. Th army
bn" hall tram has c Ire ted Cabet Norman
McNV II of tioorgla an Ita captain. MrNol!
Ii.-m rnu.ht for twfl -Hon on the army
tiinp. lie tii-longn to (he ctasa of 1918.
TIGERS DEFEATED
BY INDIAN CREW
Cleveland Makes Enough Rung
Off Ehmke in First Inning !
to Whip Detroit. j
FOUR TO THREE IS SCORE
Cleveland, April 22. Cleveland
made enough runs off Ehmke in the
first inning to defeat Detroit, 4 to 3.
Klepfer pitched steadily for Cleve
land, an error accounting for one of
Detroit's runs. Score:
CLEVELAND. DETROIT.
AB.H.O.AE. AB.H.O.A.E.
Alltucm.rf 2 1 t 0 (tnunh.iia 4 3 16 0
Chimin,. 3 14ft OYounn.ib 4 0 fl 3 fl
ftpoakr.rf 3 31 J 0 oro.ili.rf. 4 110 0
WIRna,3b X 0 3 I 1 Vouch. If 4 13 3 1
OttlMo.lb 'I 0 11 0 flUtillnm.of 3 0 0 0 0
Roth. If 4 110 Ot'rwM.lb 4 0 l! 0 0
KvnnUb 4 10 3 Alver,3b 4 10 10
On-Ml.r ,116 0 OHticnrrr.c S 1 7 0 fl
KlrpOr.p 0 1 3 OKhmkv.p 0 0 0 0 0
.lHiiifN.p 2 0 0 4 0
TntAl..:7 7 27 14 llMnnen.p 0 0 0 0 0
Burns 110 0 1
Tnti.li ,33 I 24 14 1
HAtlfU for JunifH in Oth.
nptroti : o i i o o o o i o3
Cleveland .400000000 4
Tm'tt-hmtft lilt': RppnUfr, Dyfr, Htirns.
Double plnva; Klfpfer to CliRimian tn Uuln
to; WmmliHgRiins. Hano on hull: Off Klu
fpr. 1; off I-;hm1( 2: off Jinoi, t. Hitu:
Off Klunhr, 3 in 1-3 innlnit; off JHm, 4 In
fi 3-3 tnnlnjtH. Hlrurk out: By Klepfer, ;
by Jumna, a; ly Jour, a. Umplren; Hilda
brand and O'Louffhlln.
ChlcAjro Whip Brown,
('hlrnso. April 22. Pitcher Oroom. nflrr
Itnldliifr ChlniRn tn on hit, wa It cnoil hi
thft ninth and thn loralu tefftd St. I.ouK
3 to 2. After one man ws out, Rlsberft
walk od and E. Collin ilnglcd. Jarknnn
wn purpuaely pannud, fUllnn the bnoM.
FHsrh then alnKld over aocond, lending
home the winning runs. Scor:
ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO.
AB.H.O.A.E. B.H.O.A.E.
Sholton.lf 6 111 OJColna.rf It 1 1 0 0
Austin, 3b X 1
3 I OlttHberE.an 3 13 2 1
Wsler.lto 4 1
Pratt, 2b 4 2
Jcknon.rf 3 t
Mrann.cw 8 3
Lavan.ns 4 0
.Se'rtM.c 3 0
Hmlton.p 0 0
I 3 0KColnH,2b 3
1 6
1 0
2 13 0Jfl.-ksn.lf J
12 0 OKelah.cf 4
8 0 0 OUatidll.lb 3,
0 2 6 OWcavr.Sb 3
1 13
0 6 0 Oaelialk.e 3 0 J 2 0
0 0 0 I'onfrlh.p 0 0 0 0 0
1112 Wlllma.D 3 0 0 4 0
Groom, p 4
Murjihy 1 0 0 0 0
Totala.,33 1026 16 0
Totals.. 2 6 27 U 1
One out when winning mn scored.
Battrd for J. CoHlna In ninth.
St. Loulf . . . . 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 02
Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3
Two-haae hits: J. Col Mm, Pratt, rtl.
bong, Staler. Thrce-haae Jilts: Oandll.
Douhle plays: Shotton to Pratt; Rlabcrg to
E. Collins to Gaiidll; U3. Collins to Rlnberg
to Oandll. Baae on baMa: Off Danforih.
1: off Williams, 2; off Groom, 3. Hits Off
Danforth, 3 In 1 and none out In second; oft
Hamilton, 3 In 1 1-3. Struck out: By Wll
llnma, 2; by Groom, 2. Umpires: Nallln
and Evans. .
It Will Soon Be aBbne-'Pry?
For the benefit of the consumers who are unable to be
' supplied with
GOOD WHISKEY
from their regular dealers, we now invite them to pur
chase their future needs direct from the Nebraska
SUNNY BROOK agency.
Six-Year-Old
Bottled in
Bond,
$11.00
Per Case.
12fullQts.
GROTTE BROTHERS COMPANY
General Distributors.
918 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
, ' Telephone Douglas 954.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
FIRST COME
Mire Worker Says Germans
Trying to Foment Strike.
Spn'ngiicUl, 111., April 22. Believ
ing that annus of (icrnumy ivc try
ing to foment strikes unions the min
ers to liarrass the Luitot! States kov
eminent in the war, Frank Farring
ioii, president of the Illinois district
of the United Mine Workers uf Amer
ica, has asked the federal government
to investigate the strike ut Kincaid.
Xukomis and Wilt, near Springfield.
Approximately 2,500 miners are out of
work' there because of Ihr strike of
fifty niotonnen and trip riders, who
arc asking for ten hours pay for eight
hours' work, or an advance of $1 a
day over the increase granted at the
joint conference of operators and min
ers held in New York last week.
Ameriqan Fined for Entering
Japanese Wireless Station
Yokohama, Japan, April 22. Ralph
Huyt Thayer, formerly of Utica, N.
l Y.. was convicted here yesterday of
violating the law for the protection of
military secrets and fined 20 vfti. The
judge found that Thayer had no in- j
tention ot violating the law,
Thayer was arrested :n January
on the charge of having entered with
out authority the wireless station zone
Yokosnka, an important naval sta
tion three miles southwest of Yoko
hama. Freight Car Shortage
Is Largest in History
New York, April 22. The largest
freight car shortage ever reported by
American railroads existed on April
1, it was announced here today by
the American Railway association.
The shortage on that date was 143,059
cars, an increase tf 12,977 as com
pared with March 1.
Cyclist Knocked to Ground
By Speeder Who Goes On
Thomas Sullivan, 2514 B itreet.
South - Side, was knocked from his
bicycle at Twenty-fourth id Deer
Park avenue by a speeding autoist
who did not slop. Sullivan was badly
shaken up. His bicycle was smashed.
Pull Trolley Off Street Car;
Passenger Struck With Brick
A dozen boys and men pulled the
trolley off a street car near Eight
eenth and Vinton streets. One threw
a brick into the passengers, who
crowded "out of the car, hitting J. C.
Strasser, 1509 North Sixteenth street,
and cutting a gash in his scalp.
COST OF LIVING IS
UP TO INDIVIDUALS
r
Each Must Settle for Himself
His Contribution to
Solution. r-
HOW THE BEE WILL HELP
At bottom the cost of living is an
individual problem. It cannot be
solved by government investigations
nor by laws, but each individual can
do a great deal toward lowering the
cost of his own food by learning how
to buy it, raise it store it and preserve
it. And when all of us have learned
this lesson of individual economy, it
will be found that the national prob
lem will also have been solved. We
will no longer have occasion to rail at
the retailer, the middleman, nor the
storage concerns, for . we will no
longer be at the mercy of these inter
ests. There will be no demand to
curtail our export trade in order to
make up the food shortage at home,,
for when there is no waste there will
be no shortage.
The education of the people in the
methods and principles of food econ
omy is the only possible wy that thin
desirable condition may be brought
about. All of these who own or have
access to any land must be taught to
produce food upon it. And everyone
must be taught how to preserve
fruits and vegetables which will, re
main fresh all winter, and lastly, how
to prepare foods for the mble. It is
hard to find an American housewife
who really understands these funda
mental principles of food economy.
The Bee Will Aid Work.
To bring this information before
the people in a concise and authori
tative form is to be, for some weeks,
the chief purpose of The Bee's Infor
mation Bureau.
All of these vital problems have
been worked out by government sci
entists. The information is contained
in a series of pamphlets, written in
popular style, well illustrated, concise
and complete. The one which we a
offering this week entitled "Care of
Food in the Home," is a good sample.
One or two new bulletins will be
offered every week and the series will
constitute a complete course in food
economy. No housewife, no matter
how well posted she may be, can af
ford to miss this authoritative dis
cussion of her business.
Six-Year-Old
Bottled in
Bond,
$11.00
Per Case.
12fullQts.
Open Evenings Until 8 P. M.
FIRST SERVED