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THE "BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JULY 19. 1917.
PIRATES TAKE TWO
JAMES FROM BRAVES
ittsburgh Stops Boston's
Winning Streak and Grab
Long Ends of Both
RAINSTORM STOPS J
GRAND CIRCUIT MEET j
But Two Baces of Day's Card!
Completed When Near- !
Boston, July 18. Pittsburgh
stopped Boston's winning streak to
day fey taking both games of a double
header, 8 to 6 and 3 to 2. In the first
game Tyler did well until the eighth
.when Pittsburgh made five runs on
four hits, two errors, a base on balls
and two steals by Carey. Rudolph
was hit hard in the second game and
only good fielding held the visitors
to three runs. Score, first game:
Score, frlst cam:
Klnr.rf I 1
Debus, Sb 4
rtachtr.o 4 'I
8teele,p 1 1
Carlson, p 1 0
OKelly.lf - 4
0 'Bailey 1
Totaii..:5ii:: jo 2 Totals.. 11 27 is i
Pittsburgh 0 t 1 1 I 0 13
rllle. Three "as
i JP Steele, King.
Boa ton I I I
Two-baeh hit: Maranvlll
hit: Filler. Stolen buci
Vitxpatrtck. Double plays: Pltler to Ward
to W. Wagner. Bases on bulls: Steel, I;
Rudolph, 1. HIU: Oft Steals, I In nix
Innings. Struck out! By Steal, i; Carlaon,
Rudolph, I. Umpire: O'Day and Har
rion. Score, econd fame:
t'.isbee.lf 4 I 1 9 tPowe'll.cf.S 1 1 0 0
Kinc.rf 4 1
Uarey.cf 4 S t
U .Wa r.lb S 1 Jl
Ttali..SI USUI Mate
Total 80 10 If IT 4
Batted for Barnea In eighth.
Batted (or Barne In eighth.
Pittsburgh ....I I 9 9 0 I 9 I 9 I
Boston I 1 I
Two-baaeh tU: King, Pltler, Konetchy.
Three-baa bit: Ward. Stolen baaea:
arey. S); Kin. Double play: Carey to
VT. Wagner: Pltler to W. Wairner. Bum
on ball: Miller, I; Steel, lj Tyler, I. Hit:
Miller, I tn flv one-third Inning! Tyler.
In eveti Innlnit; Barne, i In one limine,
struck out: Miller, 1: Steele, S; Tyler,' J;
Kgan, 1. Cmplre: Harrlaon and O'Day.
Hit Fall to Win.
Philadelphia, July II. Although outhlt
nearly S to 1, Philadelphia defeated Cin
cinnati today, I to 1. Th visitor failed
to tak advantage of their opportunity to
ore. Philadelphia won In th eevonth on
xlnfle by Luderu and Killlfer, Paskert
double and tyro fumble by Rouah. Seore:
Oroh.lb Sill ORverMb 4
oiianoit, g i
IWhltt'd.lf 4 110 0
CraVth.rf I 1 I M
lPask'rt.ot 114 11
OKIIIIfer.o 114 10
OMayer.p I I 1 1 I
Total.. II 12711 I
4 0 7
II 1 I
Total. . 11 14 II I
Batted for Toney In ninth.
; 'Batted tor Kopt In ninth.
Cincinnati .......... ..-1 J t
Philadelphia .... I 9 9 9 9 I I I
Two-baas hit: Chase, Oriffith, Cravath,
Paskert. Double play. Ever to Bancroft
to I.ursru. Baae on ball: Oft Toney, li
off Mayer, . Struok out: By Toney. 4;
by Mayer, I. TJmplrel iClem and Bran.
, field. -
Giant Tab Third On.
New Torb, July II. New Tork mad It
three ctralfht from Chicago by winning to.
day. 4 to S. Th Olant won tn th fifth
when they cord thro run on four (Ingle
and a fumbl by William. Zimmerman wa
ordered oft th field in tlu ninth tor
making a motion to punch Umpire Byron
after he wa called out whtl attempting
to teal home. Bcori
CHICAGO, NEW TORK.
AB.H.O.A.B. , AB.H.O.A.B,
,f 1 a a 0 0Burna.lt 4 110 1
111 5 Miami, .d 1
III lKauff.rf 4 1
(II OZimrn.Sb 4 I
SI IFletchr.a 4 1
111 ORohten.rf I
ITS lHolks.lb I
111 ORarlden.o I
III 0Perrltt,p I
111 0Lobert,3b I
Total... 81 10 IT 10 1
Tout.. II 1 14 IT I
Batted for Dougla In seventh, )
Batted for Wort man In ninth.
Chicago 1 01 01
New Tork ....1 I I I I I
Two-ba hit: Flack. Stolen bases: Burn
fj. Double play: Doyle to Wertman to
Merkle, Zimmerman to Kllduff to Hoik (1),
Perrltt to Kllduff to Holke. Bale on ballet
Off Perrltt. 1. Hit: Oft Dougla, I In evn
Inning. Struck out: By Perrltt, li by Doug
la, a. Umpire: Byron and Qulgley.
, : BnUy Bom-he and Win.
Brooklyn. July 1. Brooklyn bunched
four hit and two pane In th third inning
with Ame pitching today, (coring all their
th, and winning, t to 1. Daubert wa back
la th gam after vral weki' layoff.
Heart: " .;.
BT. LOUIS. ' BROOKLTN.
ODaubrUb 1 I 0 I
Uhnatn.lb 0 1 0
0 Total.. Jl T 17 I 1
Total.. 12 12410 1 ,
Batted for May In eighth.
St. Loul, t t 0 0 0 11
Brooklyn ! S
Two-ba hit: Hornaby. Stolen baae: Cut-
Alkali In Soap
Bad For the Hair
Soap should be used very carefully
if you want to keep your hair looking
its best Most soaps and prepared
shampoos contain too much alkali.
This dries the scalp, makes the hair
brittle and ruins it.
The best thing for steady use is
just ordinary mulsified cocoanut oil
(which is pure and greaseless), and
Is better than the most expensive soap
. r anything else you can use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will
cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly.
Simply moisten the hair with water
md rub it in. It makes an abundance
of rich, creamy lather, which rinses
ut easily, removing every particle of
dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive
. siL The hair dries quickly and evenly,
and It leaves the scalp soft, and the
hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous,
fluffy and easy to manage.
You can get mulsified cocoanut oil
kt any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and
1 few ounces will supply every mem
ber of the family for months. Adv.
I By AMMM-iated Pre.)
Cleveland, O., July 18. Favorites
stepped to the front yesterday at the
Grand Circuit meet at North Randall,
but only two races were finished,' a
near cloudburst, flooding the track
and forcing the postponement of the'
other three events on the card.
Mawitza, with Edman Up, won the
first division of the 2:19 trot in
straight heats easily, outclassing the
The unfinished events of today s
card have been put forward, six races
being scheduled for tomorrow. "Sum
Trotting, 2-11 data, pure $1,000
Mawitsa, br. m by Crlto Leybura
Peter Schuyler, br. h., by Prince
Alexl (Lyman) Z t 'i
Oscar Watt, b. c, by General Watt i
Balraacaan, Brother David, Red Top. -
Robtnwood and Joffr alao ran.
Time, 3:12(4, !:14K. 2:13V4. I
Trotting, 2:11 claw, puree $1,000 (aeeond j
Peter Chenault, b. h., by Peter The
Great (Murphy) Ill
North Spur, b. h by Ban Franohjc
(Cox) 4 :
Minnie Arthur, blk. m.. by Malnaheet
1 1 1
S 3 !
Mnllvrnod Kin-. Judce Jones. Peter Grimm.
Carrie New and Porreat Blngen also ran
Time, 2:10. 2:10, 2:11.-
Fnslg weeptake, 1-year-old trot, yalu'i
Kelly DeForeiX b. g., by The Dfforeet
Harvest Oak, br. f., by The Harveatcr
Worthy Volo, ch. c, by Axworthy (lie
Donald) ; 3
Wlnema and B. Colorado, also ran. Time,
I 1 A w MX -WZZM
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Does for My
ikin and Scalp
I don't have pimples.
rashes, redness, roughness
or dandruff because I use tl
Cuticura Soap for
with touches of
Ointment to first
signs of skin
arti free by
r tvj y 1 i 1
X. 1 T "V TV I
shew. Bae on ball: Off Ames. 4: off
Horstman, 1; off Cheney. 2. Hit: Off Ames.
4 in thro Innings; off Horstman, 1 in three
Innings; off May, 1 In one Inning. Struck
out: By Ame. 2; by Cheney, 4. Umpires:
Rlgler and Emsllo.
Bee Wants-Ads Produce Results.
The Cause of. Gout.
(By VALENTINE M. PIERCE, M. D.)-
According to the consensus of opin- j
ion of most medical men" and scien- j
tists, such as Garrod, Minkowski,1
Hans, Vogt and Reach, the cause of
gout is due to an accumulation tot
uric acid in the blood. The same ef
fect happens in rheumatism, and pre
ceding the stage known as Bright's
disease an auto-intoxication process
has been going on, the liver and kid
neys could not do the work and the
individual suffers the consequences
High living, the eating of meat more
than once a day, over-eating, f re
quent chilling of the body all ma
contribute to the poisoning.
In such cases the very best treat
ment is to prevent or remove the
cause, uiec ana exercise u punsiuiej
drink plentifully of water a pint of
hot water with a piece of lemon
squeezed into it morning and night,
and take before meals a tablet of
A n u r i c (double strength). This
Anuric can be obtained at almost all
drug stores and it drives the uric acid
out of the. system by stimulating the
kidneys to better action. Thus many
cases of gout, of rheumatism or
Bright's disease may be prevented or
cured by taking this simple remedy in
time, and in the painful and serious
cases of rheumatism and gout it in
variably relieves and often cures the
When your kidneys feel like lumps
of lead, when your back hurts or the
urine is cloudy, full of sediment, or
you are obliged to seek relief two or
three times during the night, when
you suffer with sick headache or
dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach or
you have rheumatism when the
weather is bad, ask your druggist for
Anuric. I have found in practice that
Anuric is more potent than lhhia, and
in most cases it will dissolve the uric
acid as hot water does sugar;. Adv.
That' th wombn'i dread when ah get
up in th morning to start th day's, work.
"Oh I how my back ache." GOLD MEDAL
Haarlem Oil Capaule taken today ease th
backache of tomorrow taken every day
enda th backache lor all time. Don't delay.
What' the us of Buffering? Begin taking
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsule today
and be relieved tomorrow. Tak three or four
very day and be permanently free from
wrenching, distressing back pain. But be
sure to get GOLD MEDAL. Sine 1698 GOLD
MEDAL Haarlem Oil ha been th National
Remedy of Holland, the Government of the
Netherlands having granted a special charter
authorising It preparation and sale. The
housewife of Holland would almost as soon
be without bread a she would without her
"Real Dutch Drop." at h quaintly calls
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem. Oil Capsules. This
is th one reason why you will find the
women and, children of Holland so sturdy
and robust. '
GOLD MEDAL are th cure, original
Haarlem Oil Capsules imported direct from
th laboratories In Haarlem. Holland. But
be sure to get GOLD MEDAL, Look for the
name on every box. Bold by reliable drug
gists In sealed packages, three sites. Money
refunded if they do not help you. Accept
only th GOLD MEDAL. All other are
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election of the
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l The material used in the Kissel product is the best of its kind. Men who designed the motor
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