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SIOUX CITY LOSES
Ed Hanlon Will Transfer His
Club to St. Joseph or Tulsa;
Booster Program Does
Not Go Through.
Sioux City, la., Aug. 2. Sioux City
if to lose its franchise in the Western
league. The team will go to either
St Joseph, Mo., or Tulsa, Okl. The
decision to definitely transfer the club
has been reacned following the action
of Sioux City business men in decid
ing not to purchase the club at the
price named by the club owners. The
failure to provide a booster program
also factored in the decision to send
the Sioux City team to another city.
Hutchinson Wins Third
Straight From Des Moines
Hutchinson, Kan., Aug. 2 A home
run by McCabe with Falk on base in
the last of the ninth, won the third
striaght game of the series from Des
Moines 4 to 3. Hutchinson took the
lead but lost it, due to hard hitting.
Manager Coffey played the game un
der protest, due to a decision by um
pire Wilkinson. Scores
DEB MOINES. HUTCHINSON.
rss.lf 4 I 0McCb.ff I 1 1 0 0
Rweldt.e I J I 1 Bensnn.lb I 8 3 I 0
Coffer, lb 4 1 I t OM'CI'n.Sb 4 1110
HunUr.rf 4 10 8 AMIti.lf 4 0 J,
Speneer.cf 4 8 8 0 OWilli's.rf I 0 1
HsrlrS.s till SHsnry.lb 401101
Forfn.sb 1 1 4 IFalk.ss 4 t 4 S 0
8w-oy,lb 8 8 8 8 10'Brlsn.e 1 0 I I 0
Normn,p 4 10 1 OBmU'on.p I 1'U 1
Shy 1 0 S 0
Total. .88 11114 a
Total!.. 10 TIT 14 I
Two out whon winning run icortd.
Bttsd (or Bmlthson In ninth.
tfi Moln ............ 1 0 0 1 1 t 0 S
Hutchinson 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 4
Tf-bi htti: Ewoldt, Hunter, Coffny,
llartforil, Falk. Horn run: McCsb. Hue
rifle hit: Ewoldt, Hartford. Stolen bama;
nwoiat, corrsy, Bpsncsr, Banaon, MrClel
Ian, William. Struck out: Norman, l
Bmlthaon. 4. Baaaa on balls: Off Norman,
S; off Smjthaon, S. Latt on baaaa: Pea
Molnaa, I; Hutchinson, S. Baaaa on balla
O' Brian: Hit by pltchan By Bmlthion,
ffortman.) Doubl playai Norman to Hart
ford to Bwaanayj Falk to Hanry, Earnad
runa: Hutchinson, 4i Daa Molnaa, S. Tim a,
1:10. Vmplrat Wilkinson.
Lincoln Bunches Hits and
: , s. ?,Wins in the Fifth
Denver, Aug. 2. Lincoln bunched
hits in the fifth and won from Den
ver in a loosely played game. Lober'i
home run was the efature. Score:
Smltn.Jb I 1 4 S lHart'n.lf S 0 S 0 0
18 0 10aka;cT:
4 1 ft O'ffck.r-p
Cain. t.. .
Totala It 11 IT 11 0
Ratted for Cain In fifth.
Butted for Wu'ffll "in nlnUi." '
Lincoln I 1 0 I I 0 ft 0 01
Denver-.. ....I ft 8 0 0 8 1 0 14
Htolen baeeb: 8ohmAnt, Elffert. Three
baa bite: Oakaa (1), Schmandt Baaa on
balla: Off Cain 1, off McCormlok 1, oft
Halla t. Home run: Lobar, Struck out:
By WflCormlrk 1 by Halla 1. Sacrlflo hlta:
Hartman, Tbomaaon, Halla. Sacrifice fllea:
MeCormlck, Smith. Left on baaa: Denver
I. Lincoln 10. Hit and earned rune: Off
Cain, ft and I In five Inning; off MeCor
mlck, 8 and .In. four. Innlnga; off Halla,
11 and I In nine Inning. Time; 1:00. Um
Wichita Hits the Ball
v f Hard and Wins Easily
' Wichita, Kan.. Aug. I. Lrone kept Sioux
City' hit (catered and waa given brilliant
support, while Wichita hit hard and got
the break, winning cully. Srore:
WICHITA. BIOVX CITT.
AB.H.O.A.U.' - ' " AB.H.O-.A.n.
Raut er.cf S I 4 0 OOll'ore.lt a 1 I 0 0
Jone.lb 4 0111 1 OHolly.ib I 0 4 S 0
Berger,at 8 1111 Rader.a 4 1 1 I I
Coy.rf 4 110 OWataon.rf 4 14 0 0
Oo'wln.tb Sill OM'ller.lb 8 011 8
McBre.lt 4 110 OConn'y.rt 4 1110
DavU,tb 10 14 OMorae.lb 4 1110
Dobblna.o 1110 OCroaby.o 4 0 0 0 0
Lyona.p 8 10 4 OBrcm'ff.p 18 0 11
, Totala'. 11 11 IT ISI Totala. .117 It II "t
loui City ,.0 0 1 0 0 ft 0 101
Wlchtta 10 0 I I ft 1 ft I
Left on hasea: Blout City, 8; Wichita, 8.
Sacrifice hlta: Coy, Done, (2). Two-baae
hlta: Berger, Mc Bride, Mremmerhoff, Wat
ion, Hlta and earned rune Off Bremmer
hoff, 11 and 7 In eight: off. Lyons. 1 and
1 in nine Inning. Trouble playa: Lyons to
Pavia to Goodwin to Jonea; Davie to Uood
wln to Jones. Struck out: Lyons, 1. Baac
on balls: Bremmerhoff, I. Wild pitch:
llremmerhoff, (1). Hit by pitcher Holly
and Ollmore by Lyons. Umpire: Brown,
Four Italian Sailing
Ships Sunk by U-Boats
Rome, Aug. 2. Italian vessels lost
as a1 result of submarines last week
numbered four sailing ships, accord
ing to an official statement During
the week 610 ships with a gross ton
nage of 413,000 entered Itlaian ports,
536 with a tonnage of 401,000 de
parted.' Summer Complaint. ,. '
During the hot weather of the sum
mer months some member of almost
every family is likely to be troubled
with an unnatural looseness of the
bowels and it is of the greatest impor
tance that this be treated promptly,
wlu'ch can only be done when the
medicine is kept at hand. . Mrs. F. F.
Scott, Scottsville, N, Y states, "I
first used Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy as much as five
years ago. At that time I had a se
vere attack of summer complaint and
was suffering intense pain. One dose
relieved me. Other members of my
family have since used it with like re
Consistent Stick Work
Alt. ft. H. O. A. E.
Coonty, Sb I O 0 S 0
Kruf, a 4 112 11
Millar, If t 1 0 I ft 0
haw, lb 4 8 S 10 O 0
Yaxrilay. it 4 0 1 8 0 A
Hrrtttrm, a ft I 0 ft
Thompwa, of ,.4 ft A S ft 0
Ny, Sh I 1 t 8 S ft
O'Toole, p 4 1 1 I t 0
ToUl II linn"
AB. R. H. O. A. W..
Hnr. tb 4 4 1 ft
Cochran, Sb ....4 ft 1 0 1 0
lamb, aa 4 t 8 8 1
Mata, la I O ft 1 ft
lal, rf 4 ft ft ft 0
ftlltnar, rf 4 ft 1 ft ft 0
Colllna, r- 4 0 0 1 1
lYor, If 4 O 1 ft 0
tendera, p- 1 O ft 0 I ft
Hall, p. ...ft ft O ft ft 0 0
Maptl. p S ft ft ft 0 ft
Monroe ......1 ft 0 0 0 0
Batted for for Mapel In ninth,
Omaha 1 ft ft Oft ft 0 ft ft
Joplln ....... ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tow-baa hit I flavor I Threa-baaa hit I
Tardlry. lft on ban! Omaha 5, Joplln ft,
Ka.rlflrs hltl Krng. Kanrlflc flyi Yardloy.
Mln ham I Miller, Shaw, Lamb, HII and
earned runm Off OToole, 1 and 0) off Hand
ra, 4 and 8 In threo and an-thlrd In
nlng off Hatl, 8 and 4 In two-third In
ning I off Mapel, 8 and 0 In flv Inning,
ftaae on hallai Off OToole 1, off Handera T.
Struck out i Hr OToole 3, by Handera 4, by
Hall 1, by Mapel 1. Wild pitch) Handera.
Passed ball) Brottem. Timet liftO. I'mplre:
Red Cross Benefit
Shenandoah, la., Aug. 2. -(Special.)
Snappy matches have featured the
first play in the Red Cross benefit
tournament which is being held on the
Algonquin courts. 'Rain, welcomed
by the players and every one else
alike, broke up some of the matches
late Tuesday afternoon. Players from
Council Bluffs, Tarkio, Mo.; North
boro and Clarion are entered with the
Shenandoah players in this tourna
ment, which takes the place of the
annual southwestern Iowa event.
Evari Furyaar of Council Bluffs defeated
Rev. C. A. Carman of Hhanandoah by de
fault In the first round of the single.
Ernett Nye of Shenandoah defeated W.
W. Creal of Northboro 4-1, S-l.
j. n. porter or Northboro vanquished It.
A. Walburn of Shenandoah 1-4,. 4-1 and
C, E. Parker of Shenandoah eliminated
McMullan of Tarbloj Mo-.-o-4'l) and 4-1,
Italph Ritchie of Shenandoah defeated the
ether McMullen brother 4-1, t-t, T-(.
Mrs. Bruington Is Low in
Buick Cup Play at Manawa
Mrs. D. A. Bruington was medal
ist in an eighteen-hole qualifying
round for the Buick trophy presented
by Chester Bowers at the Council
Bluffs Rowing association Wednes
day. Her score was 106.
Saturday and Sunday the men of
the rowing association will qualify fdr
the club championship. Paul Scott,
who reached the semi-finals n the re
cent Nebraska state tournament,
ranks as favorite.
Pairtngs of the eiirht women who
qualified for the Bowers prize are
Mrs. B. A. Bruington against Mrs. Cop-
Mrs. F. J. Despecher against Mrs. H
Mlaa Beasely against Mrs. Douglas.
Mis Morrla against Mrs. Davis.
Mrs. Letts Wins Chicago
Women's Golf Title
Chicago, Aug. 2. Mrs. Fred C
Letts, jr.. of Indian Hill. Western
champion, today defeated Mrs. Melvin
Jones of Glen Oaks. 2 ur. in eiehteen
holes, for the Chicago championship,
nuiucu a wcsitru gou association
event. ( Mrs. Jones is the retiring
champion.' The match was played at
Midlothian country club.
State Agents Find Much
Booze in Crystal Lake
Lincoln. Neb.. Aus. 2. CSnecial
TclegranOAn additional 280auarts
or neer ana twenty-seven gallons of
wiuskv nas Dccn iouna m Lxvstai
lake near Dakota City by agents of
the governor sent out to catch boot
leggers, according to reports reach
ing me ornce oi tne governor today.
This makes in all about 4,000 quarts
oi beer and several kegs of whisky.
On account of alleged negligent
of county officials of Dakota county
to take active steps in prosecuting
tne violators, Governor Neville has
wired Judge R. E. Evans of Dakota
City to take proper steps to push the
Outfielder Magee Is
Released to Cincinnati
New oYrk. Aujt. 2. Sherwood R.
Maece, the Boston National leaeue
club outfielder has been claimed by
the Cincinnati club and was today re
leased Dy the Boston club, '
Jack Dalton Given Gate
: As Manager of the Miners
lfmlin. If ft. Alio- 2 -Tarlr Tlalfnn
manager and center fielder for the
Joplin Western league club, has been
released, it was announced today.
Troops for Big Victory
Berlin. Aue 2. fVia Cnnrnhao-rn
Emperor William, according to an
omciai statement, today telegraphed
fo Crown Prince 'Riinnrerhr rf Ra.
varia his congratulations on the great
success of the German Fourth army
juiy j i, whereby the vehement An-
gio-rrencn aitacic intended to con
quer the coast of Flanders ailed-"
WHITE SOX KEEP
HOLD ON FIRST PLACE
Daniorth Retires Boston in
Eighth With Bases Full and
Drives in Three Runs
Boston, Aug. 2. The White Sox
strengthened their lead on first place
today, when Boston was defeated by
at 7 to 1 score. The score:
Totals..3 10 J7 H
oTtals.,31 T 37 13 3
Batted fr Ajneir In eighth.
Batted for Shore In elKhth.
Ran for Thomas In eighth.
nHcao 3 9 0 0 0 8 9 9 47
Boston 0 9 9 9 9 0 0 1 0 1
Two-base hlta: telbold. E. Collins. Schalk.
Three-base hit: ranforth. Htolen base: E.
Collins. Double playa: Rlsberg to E. Col
lins to Oandll, Scott to Hoblltzel Weaver to
B. Colllna to Oandll (I). Baaea on balla:
Off Faber, 3: off Pennock, 1. Hltai Off
Shore, In eight Innings; oft Fiber. 8 in
seven Innings (none out in eighth). Struck
out: By Faber, 1; by Danforth, 4; by Shore,
1; by Pennock, 1, Umpires: O'Loughlln and
Johnton Drive In Winner,
Washington, Aug. 3. Washington de
feated Detroit 4 to 3 today and evened up
the aeries. Johnson celebrated the tenth
anniversary of his entrance into the Amer
ica; 1kus by producing the hit which
gave Washington tha winning margin.
Bunh.sa 4 1 3 3 3Meno'y,lf 4 3 13 0
Vltt.Dh 3 10 0 OFoster.Jb 4 0 3 1 0
Cobbcf. 4 3 3 0 0 Milan. cf 3 0 12 0
Veach.lf 8 3 4 0 ORIce.rt 4 1110 0
llell'n.lb 4 S 9 OQhar'y.lb 3 9 8 1 0
Harpar.rf 3 0 8 0 OLeon'd.Sb 8 13 3 1
Young. 2b 3 113 0 Henry, o 1 0 4 0 0
Stsnage.o 3 13 0 OAlsmlth.e 114 19
YHIe.c 10 3 1 IMdBr'e.ea 3 0 4 3 0
KhmUe.B 3 18 3 OUallla.o 10 0 10
Burns 1 0 0 0 OJohnson.p 3 10 3 9
Total.. 21 9 34 3 8 Total,. Ts 3tT1
Batted for Ehmk in ninth.
Detroit 1 0 0 0 9 0 1 0 03
Washington ...0 0 0 9 9 1 9 3 4
Two-baa hit: Veach, Cobb. Thre-bae
hit: Leonard. Stolen bases: Bush, Young.
Foster. Base on balla: Oft Gallia. 4; John
ton, i; Ehmke, 1. Hlta: Off Gallia. 4.
Struck out: Oallla, 1: Ehmka, 3; Johnson,
3. Umpire: Hildebrand and Connolly.
Athletic Win With Stick.
Philadelphia. Aug 3. Philadelphia won
today' game from Cleveland by hitting the
delivery of Gould hard in the first two
Innings, the score being 8 to 4. The home
team did not get a hit off Coumbe or Dick
tnson. Schauer held Cleveland down until
the ninth inning, when a rally netted the
visitors tnree runs, Score:
Jamlan.rf 3 0 3 0 0Oraney.lt 4 18 1
Strunk.cf 4 13 0 OChpmn.ss 4 10
Bodie.lf 8 3 10 OSpeakr.cf 3 0 3
Sohang.lb 4 13 3 OKoth.rf 3 11
Minis, lb 4 011 1 lHrrls,lb 4 3 3
Hsley.o 8 1 t 0 OTurner.Sb 4 0 3
Wltt.aa 4 10 3 OEvans.lb 3 0 1
Orover.lb 4 0 3 4 OW'b'g's.lb 111
Schauer.p 4 111 OO'Netll.o 3 0 8
Myers. p 0 0 0 1 ODeberry.e 3 10
Oould,p 0 0 0
Totala 33 T ST 11 ICoumbe.p 10 1
Dlcknsn.p 0 0 0
Qui. to 10 0
Smith 10 0
Boehlng 10 0
Billing 10 0
Totalis 33 7 34 IS 8
Batteii for Oould In third.
Hatted for Evana in aeventh.
Batted for Ceumb In eighth.
Batted for Dickinson in ninth,
Cleveland ....0091 0090 34
Philadelphia.. 38909900 I
Two-baa hit: Witt. Three-base hits:
Strunk, Chapman. Stolen base: Jamleson
Bodle. Double play: Orover to Mclnnla
basp en halls: Off Gould, Is off Coumbe
3; off Schauer, 3. Hits: Oft Oould. 7 in
two Innings: oft Schauer, 7 In eight and
two-thlrda Innings. Struck out: By Oould,
8: by Coumbe. 3; by Schauer, 8. Umpire:
wcLorniicK, Nallln and Owen.
New York and St. Lout Split.
Kew York, Aug. 3. Cew Tork broke even
In a double-header with St. Louis here to
day. The visitors won th first game, 3 to
0, and New York the second. 3 to 1.
The first game waa twice stopped for
long periods by thunderatorms and the
game wav finished In a quagmire of mud
11 room shut out the New Yorka with six
Shawkey won over Flank, a former Ath
letic teammate. In the second game. Score,
ST. LOUIS. NEW TORK.
I .avan, na
O Russell. p
ST SI lLove.p
Totals I 8 3711 3
Batted for Shocker In eighth.
St. Louie..... 00030800 08
New York.... 8 9 0 0 0 9 0 0 00
Stolen base: Pevereld. Double plays: La
van to Staler. Auatln to Pratt to Staler,
nases on balls: Off Russell, 3; oft Groom,
I. Hits: Oft Ruf.oII. 4 in three ami one
third Innings, struck eut: By Ruaeell, 1;
by Shocker, 1; by Love, 3; by Oroom, 1.
Umpire: Evan end Morlarlty.
, Snore, eecond game:
ST. I.OU1S. NEW TORK.
Shotton.lt 3 13
Austin, lb 3 0 0
Sloan.rf 4 0 0
Pratt. 3b 4 3 8
Smlth.cf 4 B' 3
Maaee.lb 4 9 11
3evereld.o t't 1
Rkhdan 10 0
Totala. It 4 27 1 9
Totals.. 61 8 34 14 1
Battedj for Plank In eighth.
St. Louts 9 9 1 0 9 0 9 0 01
New York. 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 3
Two-baee hlta: Pratt. Lavan. Double
playa: Shawkey t Peckinpaugh to Plpp,
Peckinpaugh to llaleel to Plpp. Baaea on
ballet Off bhawksy. 3; off Plank, 3, Hlta:
OMAHA. FRIDAY, AUGUST
Off Plank, 4 In seven Innings. Struck out
By Shawkey, 3; by Plank. 1; by Martin, 1,
umpires: uoriarty and Evans.
American General Inspects All
Branches of Activities of
American Camps and Looks
for Headquarters Site.
American Training Camp in France,
Wednesday, Aug. 1. General Per
shing gave the American expedition
ary force an example of the strenu
ous life by sweeping through nearly
a dozen villages where United States
soldiers are living in France and visit
ing nearly all the training centers
which have been established for
America s first great contribution for
the war for democracy.
It was not a cursory inspection. He
went into minute details all along the
line, questioned private soldiers, com
pany cooks and various other ranks
as to how thintrs were troine and
what, if anything, could be done to
improve inc situation. ,
Looks for Permanent Site.
The general is also inspecting, vari
ous places suggested for his field
headquarters, for he expects before
very long to remove from Paris near
the troops in training. He will re
turn to Paris late tomorrow.
At the end of the first day's in
spection General Persing said:
kjui puiiiipa! tontcrn jusi now,
of course, is to prefect the army or
ganization. This is a big task, but
it is moving along smoothly and in
a most satisfactory manner.
the work at certain ports of dis
embarkation is well started. Railroad
material is coming over as rapidly as
can be arranged.
"The progress we have made thus
far with the assistance of the French
is a source of great satisfaction to
me. Billets and training ground for.
men are as well located as could be
expected at this time of the year.
when space is limited by crops in
After these are moved we will
have plenty of space for lodging and
training the divisions that are to come.
Some of the places where men are
now sleeping are not all that could
be desired, but this soon will be
remedied by the construction of port
able barracks. Training is progress
ing very well with the assistance of
General Pershing found the Ameri
can soldiers and the French villagers
livingttogether in the greatest amity.
He found the soldiers nearly all
washed their own clothes in the vil
lage wash houses erected along run
ning streams. At several company
kitchens the American commander in
terrogated the cooks tlosely and was
told the men were getting plenty to
eat, even a variety ot vegetables such
as potatoes, onions and tomatoes be
ing supplied them.
General Pershing gave orders look
ing to a little smarter setup of the
men in the future. A great majority
of the troops now in France are re
cruits and many of them are learning
the art of soldiering for the first time.
They are doing remarkably well, but
being plunged into actual war train
ing all at once they naturally have
neglected some smaller details that
would seem, unimportant to the un
initiated, out that go a long way
toward establishing and maintaining
the morale of an army.
Senate Reduces Tax On
Corporations Five Per Cent
Washington, Aug. 2. In further re
vision of the war tax bill the senate
finance committee today decided to
reduce from 15 to 10 per cent the tax
rate on corporations' undivided sur
plus, which large interests have vig
The new 10 per cent rate also would
not he applicable to undistributed sur
plus "actually invested and employed
in business or retained for employ
ment in the reasonable requirements
of the business.
ine change was made in what is
known as the Jones amendment and
virtually is a surtax on corporate in
conies. The modification provides
that should corporations retain sur
plus income, ostensibly to use in their
business, and then hold the surplus
without using it, the original 15 per
cent rate shall apply.
No other revisions of the bill were
acrreed upon today, but the commit
tee hopes to complete it by Saturday
for beginning of senate debate next
The tax on surplus applies, in addi
tion to corporation, to joint stock
companies or associationsvand tnsur
ance companies, payable upon 1015 in
Two Iowa Men Charge With
Violation of Espionage Law
Davenport. Ia Aue. 2. D. H. Wal
lace, a lecturer: E. C Willis, an attor
ney, and Fred Vollmer, brother of
former Congressman Henry Vollmer,
were indicted today. Wallace was
charged with violation of the espion
age law and .conspiracy and Willis
and Vollmer with conspiracy. All
pleaded not guilty.
Bee Want Ads product results.
Dodgers DriVo Three Ginciiu
nati Pitchers From Box and
Take Final Game, Six
Cincinnati, Aug. 2. Brooklyn made
a clean sweep of the series by hitting
all three Cincinnati pitchers and tak
ing the final game, 6 to 2. Cheney
was exceptionally effective and had it
not been for Johnston's error in the
.first inning, he would have scored :
Olson. sa 4 3 3 8 lOroh.Sb 4 10 3
Myers, cf 4
Stengel, rf 8
3 8 0
0 Sheen, b
O R'rk.lb 8
Total 34 15 17 15 3Schnder,p
Total 31 8 37 II 0
Batted for Shean In seventh.
Batted for Mitchell in eighth.
Brooklyn 099 1 00 8 3 18
Cincinnati ....30809000 03
Two-baa hlta: Stengel. Kopf. Griffith.
Three-base hit: Johnston. Double plays:
Olson to Daubert to Miller, Kapf to Shean
to chase, Shean to Chase to Kopf. Bases
on balla: Oft Cheney, 1: eft Schneider. 3:
off Eller, 1. Hits: Off Schneider, ll in
seven innings (none out In eighth); off
Mitchell, 3 In one inning. Struck eut: By
Cheney, 4; by Schneider, . Umpires: Har
rison and O'Day.
New Tork Take Series.
Pittsburgh. Pa.. Aur. 3. New Tork made
It four games out of flv in the series
With Pittsburgh, by winning today. 7 to 3.
An error by Debus was responsible for three
runs in tne sixth inning, but the other runa
scored by New Tork wer secured on op
portune hit off Miller and Carson. Ben
ton was compelled to retire in the fifth
Inning. Demaree bald tha local acoreleis
after that. Score:
NEW TORK. PITTSBURGH.
3 2714 OCarlson.p
Total.. 88 3 87 19 4
Batted for Miller in sixth.
New Tork 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 17
Pittsburgh 9 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 33
Two-baae hit: Carey. Three-base hits:
Fletcher, Debus. Stolen bases: Burns, Her
log, Kauff, HOIke, Barldan, J. Wagner.
nases on bans: Off Benton, 1; off Demaree,
on miner, j; ort Carlson, 1. Hits: Off
Benton, 7 In four and one-third innings
oft Miller, 7 In six Innings. Struck out: By
uenton, a; by Miller, 3: by Carlson, 3. Um
plres: Klem and Emails.
Boston, Aug. 3. Chicago broke even In
the aarles with Boston todsy by winning 7
to 1, thereby securing tha ninth hold on
first place. Danforth was th star. He
relieved Faber in tha eighth Inning when
the bases were full, and retired the aide
after one run had bean made, and In the
ninth inning, after Penock had substituted
for Shore, Dsnforth drove a three bagger
to center iiem wun the bases rilled,
Mar'le.es 6 13 3 OFlack.rf 4 13 0
Powell.ct 4 3 3 1 0Mann.lt 4 8 0 0
Rehg.rf 3 8 0 0 0Doyle,3b I l I
Kelly.lf 4 3 4 0 lMerkla.lb 4 3 13 1
Kon'hy.lb 4 0 3 1 OWU'mi.cf 3 0 10
Smith, Jb 5 3 0 1 0 Deal, 3b 3 114
Raw'ga.Sb 5 8 3 3 OWort'n.s 3 0 0 5
Trag'er.o 3 0 8 0 OKlllott.o 3 14 0
Bailey lilt OHen'lx.p 3 10 37 IS 0
Rlce.c 1 0 0 9 0
Barns.p 3 10 3 0
Tosle..3S14!4 10 1
Batted for Aragresser in ninth.
Boston 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 ! i
Chicago 0 0 3 1 0 8 0 0 8
Two-baae hits: Mann, Merkle, Maranvltle.
Three-base hits: Smith. Double plays
Rawlings to Maranvllle to Konetchy;
Wortman to Doyle to Merkle, (3). Base on
balls: Off Hendrlx, 5. Struck out: Barnes,
3: Hendrlx, 3. Umpires: Rlgler and
Score, second game:
0 0.1 0
Totals.. M0 30 11 1
Totals.. 35 7 3013 1
Batted for Allen in aeventh.
Ratted for Wortman In tenth.
Baited for Vaughn In tenth.
Boaton 0 10000010 24
Chicago 0 00003000 13
Twe-base hlt: Konetchy. Rehc 2.
Thread-bass hit: Deal. 'Home run: Wll-
llams. Stolen baaea: Rawlings, Merkle.
Double play: Maranvllle to Konetchy.
Bases on balls: Off Vaughn. 3: off Walsh,
4; off Rsgan, 1. Hits: Off Walsh. 3 in
five Innlnga; eft Vaughn. 7 In ten lnninxa:
off Ragan, 3 in four Innings. Struuk out:
By Vaughn. 0; by Walsh. 1: by Ragan. 3.
Umpires: Rlgler and Bransfleld.
Phillies Bleak Cardinal.
St. Louis. Aug.' 3. St. Louis waa able to
get but two hit oft Oeichger today and
was abut out by Philadelphia. S to 0. Aa a
reault, St. Iula and Philadelphia exchanged
aecond and tblrd placea in th pennant
Philadelphia.. 30100003 1
St. Loula 0 0 0 9 0 0 9 0 0 0
Two-baa hits: Paskert. Balrd. Three-
base hits: Cravatb. (S). Adams, Stock.
Stolen base: Smyth. Double play: .Evers
to Luderus to Bancroft. Bases on balls: Off
Oeschger, 1; off Goodwin. 2; off Packard, 3:
off Maya, r. Hlta: Oft Packard. 8 In five
and one-third inning; off Mays, 2 in on
Inning. Struck out: By Oescbger. 1; by
Ooodwtn, 3: by Packard. 1; by Maya, 1.
Umpires: Qulgley and Byron.
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advertising in The Bee pulls the
HOW SAILORS ARE
TRAINED BY U. S.
Naval "Activities" on Great
Lakes for First Time Since
Perry's Great Vic
tory. Great Lakes, 111., Aug. 2. Hidden
under the bluffs is a gunboat. Its
coat is battle gray, its guns peer
menacingly from ports and barbettes.
It appears, and is, ready to tackle any
thing in its class afloat.
The crew, however, is the distinc
tive feature of the craft. Three months
ago their nautical experience for the
most part had been conhned to the
operation of a rowboat on some in
land pond. Now they have mastered
many ot tne duties connected witn
deep water service and are ready, as
products of the United Mates raval
Training station here, to take places
aboard a first line battleship ot the
United States navy.
Recently this gunboat put to sea
in Lake Michigan in the teeth of s
furious northeaster a squall ac
companied by thunder and lightning
and a torrential rain that made the
task of beating away from the lee
shore anything but pleasant. But
when the skies cleared just before
sunset every man jack appeared on
deck when the ship's band played the
colors down. By morning the boat
was in a quiet harbor on the east
shore and the captain s gig was clear
ed away to the coxswain's shouts of
give way starboard, give way port
and finally "give way together." With
the dripping oars flashing in perfect
time the coxswain said:
"They are sailors, aren t they? and
it was agreed they were.
Before they reached this staare they
learned a lot of things, among others
a new vocabulary. In the navy down
stairs is "below" and upstairs is meta
morphosed into "above," or the "top
side, while right and left become
"starboard' and "port." A post is a
"stanchion" and a window a "port
hole." Similarly they learned that
there is only one rope on a ship that
being used to lower a "bucket" (not
a pail) over the side for water. All the
rest of the ropes are not rones, but
"lines." Other terms which sound
like a strange language to the aver
age inland man are: "Abaft," behind
the ship: "gadgett or gimmick." any
ingenious contrivance: "belay." fasten
or tieup; "dou6e," to let down; "chock-
a-Dlock, filled to the extreme limit.
Generals Haig and Petain
Paris, Aug. 2. Sir Douglas Haig
and General Petain, commanders of
the British and French armies, yester
day exchanged telegrams of congrat
ulation at the Franco-British success
The former paid a tribute to the
effort of the French troops under
General Antoine. He sketched the ir
resistible dash wherewith the French
not only gained the object set for
them, but surpassed these objectives,
thereby covering and assuring the al
lied flank and inflicting heavy losses
on tne enemy while sustaining "only
reauy very itgnt losses.
General Petain replied with thanks
to the felicitations of the British.
Speaking for the French, he declared
the succcs of the attack illustrates
anew the glory of the British flag and
binds closor the two armies. He con
gratulated the British troops in the
name of all French armies.
Iowa and Washington
Fill Volunteers' Quota
Washington, Aug. 2. Iowa and
Washington have filled their ouotas
of war volunteers for the regular
army. A total of 1,921 men was re
cruited yesterday throughout the
country, bringing the number of war
volunteers recruited since April 1 up
to 175,187, against 183,898 to bring the
army to full war strength.
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IOWA MILK COMBINE
Two Producers' Asscoiations
Charged "by Attorney Gen.
eral With Attempt to H
Des Moines, la., Aug. 2. (Special.)
Charging that the Des Moines Milk
Producers' association and the Iowa
Milk Producers' association, its offi
cers, directors and members arc
guilty of forming an illegal combina
tion to restrain trade and have con
spired to fix the price and control the
supply of milk in Des Moines and
other Iowa points, Attorney General
Horace M. Havner and County At
torney Arthur Wallace yesterday filed
a petition with the district court ask
ing for a temporary and a permanent
injunction against the milk men. A
prompt hearing on the temporary in
junction is expected.
The petition declares that by con
spiring and combining the associa
tion has attempted to stifle competi
tion, to regulate and control the price,
to fix terms and conditions on which
milk may be sold and to whom it
may be sold.
Further charges of attempting to
compel by intimidation and coercion
the milk producers of this vicinity to
join the association are made. It is
charged, also, that an attempt has
been made to create a monopoly.
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advertising in The Bee pulls the
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'The Lait of the Carnaby'
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