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OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
12 THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,
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TIGERS LAND ONE
" FROM ATHLETICS
Bush's Hitting Features Do
troit'i Playing; Cobb Ram
Wild on Basei ; Ii Caught
U on Three.
- 'Philadelphia, Sept. 28. Bush' hit'
tin featured Detroit's victory over
Philadelphia today, the score being:
6 to 1. In five trips to the plate Bush
made four hits and was hit by a
pitched ball Cobb ran wild on the
bases and was caught at second, third
and home. . Score -
i ; PBTROIT. PHILADELPHIA.
! ' AB.HO.Afc. AB.H.O.A.C.
!tuah. 4411 or.awrv.lb S 1 s
Vttt.Sb till 4Wltt.lt 4 S 1 1 4
Cobb.ct (111 OAhir'n.lf a t 0 0
Veacta.lf 4 114 OPalmer.Jb. 4 4 110
tlell'an.rf 4 1 S 0 OM'In'le.lb 4 S 14 4 4
K llloil,l B t 414 OBallev.rf Mill
Tnune.Sb 4 4S4 lfban'n.se I S i 4 4
Tell, 4 111 SM'Avojr.O 4 1 4 4 1
Dauas.p . I HI (Waylor.p 4 4 4 4 4
j ..-.aelbold.p 4 4 ,1 4
!rotu iimtn iK.f,p im'io
I v ' lchn 1
StandinQ oj Teams
.JamlMit 1 4 4 4 4
" I , " , . n 1 ,"TUto II 1 ST IS 1
Bktto4 for Nay'lof In third. '
f Batted (? Bttbold In vcnth. " ''
T(lolt .. ....1 'S I I S 44
rhlldelphl ., 4 4 4 S 11
- . ThN-b"4 hltl-ahtrmkA. Horn run! Me
Amy. ton bi vut, Cobu, Yalta. Doublo
lyl Vttt. Tcrtin. Billion. Bum an bllni
Off Dbm, I; bit Sdbold, I; off Kcfe. 1. '
H1U: Oft Beibold, T In four lnnlnii. HtruoK
ut: Br Dauu, 1; br Nylof. 1; by Btlbold,
1. ; Urapliwu Owa and Kvana.
n .' Indiana Uck Sfnatora.
Wmhlnfton, Bfpt. II. CloyelanJ wan tha
oponlnit Kama of tha larlta from Washing
ton todtiy, I to 1, by ninth Innlnj rally.
Score; j-: ,?"; f
. CLKVRf.AND, ? WASHINOTOM.
AB.H.O.A.r Wn'hMf 4144
3anry.lf IIS ?oater.lb i I 4 t 4
t'hap'M.aa 4 I S I eMllan.et 4 S S
llowtir.l rf I I I I Hlc.rt 4 114 4
F.n.tl ,rf 4 11 t'lhar'v.lb S 4 1
U-mu.)l IIS OMortun.Jb I I I I I
rvna.lH 4 t l't Cranr.'.a 41 1
'. trnvr.lb 4 111 CA'amlih.a 1114
ti,i!ln;,.o I I I I Ayara.ft 1414
Worton.p 4 4 I ' 4,Laoaard 1 4 4 4
Totila SMtfl Total tl ll"i
ntt(4 for Ayar la elhth. '
riavMMid ''S.'.V.l ' I I
Wmhlnston .. 4 1 ! 01
Twt-ban hltat Alnmlth, Menoaky, Tur.
ajar C). HiqIob baaaai Chapman (i), Wamba
kam. Xvaaa, Uaaaa on Mlla! Off Morton,
4; off Ayora, lu StrueK butt By Ayera, 4;
by Morton,; S. Umpires! Marlarlty and
O'Loushllu. ' ,
k4 Be 0 Dawn to it, lotjls.
Boaton 8pt. II. Boaten waa dfattd
'S to 1 by lit. Louis today on a rain aoakd
diamond. 'Tha haavy downpour of tha
marnlnt kept tha attandanca down to tha
sml)at that waa vr a tan at an American
laaa-uo tamo In this etty. terror nldad In
Vtvlnf both team thali tana. Manacrr
Ktaldar Jeni was ordrd from tha field
for proteatlnf daelaion at tha bom
feint. Score: ' . .
at. Lout. boston.
AB.H.O A E. AB H O A.E.
NAT' I, LEAOUR. AMER. LEAOUB.
New Tork.14 II .43!Chlcaeo ....It II .151
Phil. 14 41 .l7tBoston 17 II .III
St. Loula..lt II .l44jClvelnd ..17 14.171
Cincinnati 71 Tl .l3)Detrot 7171.114
Chlcato ...74 74 .4l7Waahln(ton II 71 .4l
Boston m.,17 7l.46tNaw York. .17 II .411
Brooklyn ..14 7l.45S8t. Loul 57 11 .371
PHUburgh lll01.lllPhlld4lpbi 4111.161
, , AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Cleveland, I: Waehlncton, 1.
Detroit, I) Philadelphia, 1.
St, LOula, tl Boatob, 1.
, RATIONAL LEAGUE.
Brooklyn, 1; Pltuburjh, 1.
; Cam a Today.
America Laaarue Clatvland t Washing
ton, Detroit at Philadelphia, Chicago at
Now York, St Louis at Boston.
National League Brooklyn at, Pittsburgh,
New York at Cincinnati, Boston at Chicago.
Phlladelphl at St. Loull.
Second Oame Goei to Brook,
lyn, Three to One; Steele
): Standi Off Victory
' V ; tjntu ruth.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 28. Smith
was hit harder than Steele, but the
tatter's wildneis proved his undoing,
and Brooklyn wort the second game
of the t..Ies with Pittsburgh tbday,
3 to 1. Steele held the visitors hitleis
until the fifth inning when they made
two of their four hits, and aided by
the bases on balls, scored two runs.
BROOKLYN. PITTSBURGH. I
. AB.K.O..A.! . AB.H.O.A.E,
Olson. 4 14 4 OCaton.ee 4 S 4 I 1
D'bert.lb toll OM'witi.lb 4 1 T 1 4
Myara.ct ,. 1 S 4Blgbee.lt (Mil
nteng'l.rt 41 OCarey.cf 4111
Wheat,)! 4 4 1 Cno'tkl lb S 1 1 4 4
Cah'w.tb'4 111 CKIng.rf 1 0 4 4 4
O'R lie.lb S 1 OPltlar.ak 14 14 4
Miller. I I T I OW.S th.o i '1 II
S.Smltb.p 14 4 I C8tl,p t 4 1 4
ToUl..MiTIl7 , Total.. t4iTu"l
Brooklyn 444ll I
pitUburgh ., 41
Three-base hftl ' Blgb. Stolen baaed
Cutahaw, O Rourka, Bit ba. Baaea on balls!
Off 8. Smith, 1; off ateele, ,4. Struck out;
By S. Smith, l by Steele, 1, Umpires: Rig.
lar and Emslle.
Shbtton.tf IIS OHooper.rf 111
Auetln.lb 4 11 ICooney.lB 1 4 4 0 4
tm1tk.ct 4 4 4 4 Hob)l'l,lb 4 1 Til
ever'd, 4 1 1 dlwls.lf 4 t 0 1
Mm'ltt.rf 4 i Wlker.cf 4 1114
lee'b'n.ib ttllt urd'r,lb. Dili
LaVan.lb t I t I SMrett.se t 1 1 I I
Oefber.s 111 4Myr,o I 111 I
Sothor-n.p 3 lit IMeys.p 41114
ip.'Thoma4 1 0
total 3t I IT 1 t J
I Tatal tl ' T 87 IT I
Bet ltd for Mayor In ninth. ,
St. LoHla .,;. 4 4 1 4 0 41
Boaton .. 1 f I I i 01
Twos-bare hlti Austin. Stolen bales: Shot,
ton,. Smith. Scott. Bass n holla: Oft
Sothoron, Si off Maya, 1. Struck Out: By
Maya, ft by Sothoron, lr Umpired Nallln
and Connolly. : , . ; i .
Attach Money in Hanfjs
; :r ' , Of Base Bail Commission
dncinnati, 0 Sept. 28. Money In
the hands of the National Base Ball
commission was attached today by
Sheriff Schott. at the instance of the
Commercial National bank of Great
Falls, Mont, which claims $1,595.09
is due it from the Great Falls Base
Ball club. '
. The money attached is the sum the
Great Falls club received from the
Pittsburgh. National league club for
A. Boeckel, a player. Under the rules
of the big leagues such money must
go through the hauda of the National
commission, and the sheriff caught it
ia transit, so to speak.
Garfield Lays the Coal
Question Before Wilson
Washington, Sept 28.After hear
ing demands of coal operators that
the government prices for coal be
. revised upward to permit an advance
' in pay to miners. Dr. H. A. Garfield,
the fuel administrator, today laid the
question before President Wilson.
Germany Suppressing ?
; V;i;: ; And Censuring Press
Copenhagen, Sept 28. Under or.
ders of the military authorities the
pan-German newspaper . Deutsche
Zeitnng of Berlin has been suppress
ed and the socialist Volkiwacht of
Oantzig has been placed under pre
rentive censorship. ; i " 1
To Hold Public Auction
Of Block of Loan Bonds
New York, Sept. 28.-A public auc
tion of Liberty bonds amounting to
$3,032,000 face value, will be held
here next Thursday as the result of a
$38,000,000 judgment recently recov
ered by the Equitable Trust com-,
pany as trustee against the Denver
& Rio Grande Railroad company, it
was announced here today by the
United State marshal.
The action was brougt in the in
terest of mortage bondholders of
the Western Pacific Railroad com
pany to hold the Denver & Rio
Grande liable on an alleged guaranty
of that company. The court held the
defendant company liable for the
amount of the deficiency judgment in
foreclosure against the Western Pa
cific company. Th bonds represent
cash of the Denver & Rio Grande
impounded at the commencement of
the suit and invested in Liberty bonds
with approval of the court ..
Austrian Frontier Is
V Barred to All Travel
Geneva, Switzerland, Thursday,
Sept 27. The Austrian frontier was
closed yesterday. No telegrams or
travelers or newspapers arrived In
Switzerland today from Austria. Ab
bas Hilmi, former khedive of Egypt,
however, received a special pass for
Vienna. The ex-khedive, who has
beeri living in Switzerland for sev
eral months, has decided to take up
permanent residence in that city.
Moratorium Bill Is :
Introduced in House
Washington, Sept 28. The civil
righta bill to create a moratorium for
soldiers and sailora was reintroduced
in the house today in revised form for
early action. - ; . .
Today Sport Calendar
Hewn Show i Almost! abow of Gwrawdd
Valley Xmnt Uub, Ambler, Ft,
AtmaH TblrJ Aetor wp two at the
SeWeekead Bkey spaafway, N. Y. Track ism
4 TroMBi evaatr (air, TMatM, Cob
BMsf-CToa t tM IttMl nm
Trattlfl ( tit Oraad CIreaK
ta at (MenabsM. O.
Stewtag Stoa-att of Sir lehaylkltt K7
asdrta Win JwsaM . 4dle Wl-
Scat tvaada, ritteaargn.
Walk Away With Their First
Victory in Post-Season Serieis
With Des Moines, Five
to One. .
Hutchinson, Kan., Sept. 28. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Hutchinson' won the
opening game of the post-season
series for the Western leaeue cham
pionship here today, 5 to 1, Lefty
uranam winning irom tnree ves
Tartr HnllanH'e rlnK atartait nff in
the lead and was never in danger, the
lone Booster score being the result
ofa walk, a single by Breen, a pinch
hit, and a single by Ewoldt.
Graham held Des Moines hitless
until the fifth inning- Gallio, who was
wuu, was icmcu, ivrcsscn pucning
airtight ball until relieved for a
pinch hitter. Hutchinson scored three
in the first on walks to McCabe and
Benson nrl atirrpaefv aincVe hv fi.
Clellan and Shay, McClellan Scoring
on Coffey's error.
In the third Art Shav hit th Inner.
(st fly ball seen on the field this sea
son, Knocking a home run over the
left field fence.
The last run came in theeighth on
an error by Hartford, who threw low
at first on Benson's grounder, Benson
scoring oil McClelland's single to cen
ter. The fielding, was fast, three
double plays being made. A big
crowd turned out, fans coming from
all nearby towns, a few from Des
President E. W. Dickerson an-
Sunday here, and if more are needed,
hivt itiii uc pitjau ai vvicniia. Dcore:
DBS MOINES. .HUTCHINSON. ,
..' AB-H-O.A.H AB.HO.A.E.
?ass,lf I ft t 4 OM'Ciba'cf I 0 4 0 4
Ewoldt.tb till 0Renon.lb t 0 4 S
Shan'y.lb till flM'Cl'an.tb 41110
Murphy.cf 4 0 10 4flhay.es 4 114 0
Hart'd.ea 111 irikrr i i i a
Mael'e.rr . A I 1 a Au.n. 1 w
-"'7ii-J I jHmltn.lt S 0 S 1
Pnr,o- v s o au'Brlen.o lIBfl
Kalllo.p 14 4 1 0Oraham,p S S
DriiHnu 1 0 A a .
Breen 1 1 0 Tbtala 24 I IT it i
ToUl SI' 414 1"7
Breen batted for Dreasen In eighth.
Des llolnes ..,4 440041 41
Hutchinson ...1 1 4 4 4 4 1 S
Ease hits: F!k. Horn rum Shay. Double
plays: Coffey to Hartford! Hartford to Cof
fey to Shanleyi Benson to Shay to Henry.
Stolen basea: MuCabe, McClellan. Struck out:
By Xalllo, 3; by Dreasen, 1; by O'Uoul, 1;
by Graham, S. Baae on balls: Oft Kalllo,
ll off Graham, 4. Hit and earned runsi Off
Kalllo, 4 and I; oft Dreeeeh, none and none:
off O'Doul, 1 and none In on inning; off
Graham, 4 and none. Left on base; Des-Moines,-T;
Hutchinson, t. Umpires: Shan
non and Daily. Time: 1:15.
Frisco Line Raises
Pay of Telegraphers
St. Louis, Mo., Sept 28. An
nouncement was made today that, ef
fective next Monday, station agents,
agent-telegraph operators, telegraph
ers and other station employes of the
St. Louis & San Francisco railroad
and yard clerks and clerks in the
general offices who have not received
an increase since January 1, will be
granted a wage increase of 8 to 10
Mobile Cut Off; Terrific
Hurricane Ravages City
New Orleans, Sept 28. All tele
phone and telegraph wires to Mo
bile were swept away by the tropi
cal hurricane late today, cutting off
communication with the city. At
last reports the wind there was
blowing thirty miles an hour and
some property damage had been
Odell of Omaha Vice
President of Dry
1 ,l 1
Peoria, 111., Sept. 28. George A.
Smith of Salt Lake City, Utah, retir
ing president of the International Ir
rigation Congress, was today elected
president of the International Dry
Farming Congress, at the closing
business session of the farm congress
Other officers elected were: First
vice president, Frank G. Odell, Oma
ha; second vice president, T. j. Har
rison, Winnipeg, Man.; third vice
president, H. M. Bayner, Topeka,
The farm congress adopted resolu
tions declaring "we deem it our first
duty and privilege to align ourselves
squarely with the president, his ad
ministration, the army and navy; we
pledge the richness of our fields, the
wealth of our flocks, and, as need
comes, the support of our firesides."
- The resolutions also favor farm
crop rotation, continuance of exten
sion work among the farmers and
housewives, ask stringent rules to
orevent abuse of sale privileges of
Indian lands, express thanks to the
Department of Labor for aid in se
curing farm lands. ur better market
ing facilities, advocate further estab-j
lishment of consolidated schools, urge
iurincr conservation oi looastuns and
say "establishing a minimum price at
this time for wheat is proper and cor
rect. We approve the action, expect
ing antearly price adjustment of other
commodities to correspond."
Arthur W. Nelson of Scott town
ship and Miss Adelia Lorenson 6f,
Red Oak were married here at 8
o'clock yesterday morning, Rev. F.'N.
Willis performning the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
M?s. H. L. Lorenson of Ilhambra,
Cal., formerly of Red Oak, and the
groom is' the son of Mr. and Mrs. N.
W. Nelson of Red Oak. They -de-parted
yesterday morning for points
in Illinois where they will visit for a
couple of weeks, and upon their re
turn will make their home of a farnj
in Scott township.
Gage County Draft Men
For Third Call Selected
Beatrice, Neb., Sept. 28. (Special.)
Gage county's third contingent of
drafted men will report at the sheriff's
office at 5 o'clock on the evening of
October S and leave on the afternoon
of October 6 over the Union Pacific
for Camp Funston. ,
The list is as follows: John T. Re!
mer, Julius Menke, John Pommier,
Fred J. Helmke, Luebbe Rosenboom,
Clyde W. Day, Gujr L. Bowman,
Galen J. Vasey, William H. Harms,
Verne E. Rogers, Anton J. Petrovsky,
John C. Traubel, Fred J. Genrich,
Frank Rupprecht, Henry W. Damk-
roger, timer Shepardson.
Beatrice News Notes.
Beatrice, Neb., Sept. 28. (Special.)
Charles Fulton and Mrs. Edna
Wade were arrested on a charge of
bringing liquor into a dry state. When
taken in custody by City Marshal
Lytle eight quarts of whisky were
found at their place. Fulton was ar
raigned before Judge Woolsey,
pleaded guilty and was fined $100 and
costs, which he paid. The case ot
Mrs. Wade was continued to Monday,
and she was released on bond.
Rev. C F. Stevens, pastor of the
Christian church of this city, who
recently received a call from the First
Christian church at Omaha, haS de
cided not to accept the offer and will
remain with his old . charge here.
The jurors for the October term
of tha district court, which convenes
on October 18, were drawn yesterday.
The jury is ordered to report on Oc
tober 22. There are 157 cases on the
docket for this term of court
A crowd estimated at 15,000 at-
U EM OVAL NOTICE
On and after this date the City Ticket Office of the
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &
ST. PAUL RAILWAY
Will be located at 407 So. 15th St. Phone Doug. 283,
The City Freight Office will be located if
Rooms 539-41 Kamge Bldg. Ph. Doug 3300.
City Passenger Agent
When tha thirst cravea some
thing aubstantlal, drink
An appropriate refreshment,
agreeable and appetising with
meals, th ideal drink for th
Served wherever invigorat
ing and refreshing drinks art
sold. Delivered at your ho
In the case.
at Ic C.
tended the county fair yesterday, it
being the largest attendance in the
history of the fair. A stock judging
contest was participated in by forty
boys of the county.
A light frost prevailed in this sec
tion of the county Wednesday night,
but no damage resulted to the corn.
Farmers say that light frosts with
one week of dry weather will put
most of the corn crop out of danger.
Paul Acton of Wymore, formerly
a member Of Company F, Fifth regi
ment, Nebraska National Guard, ac
companied by his father, Sheric Ac
ton, went to Lincoln yesterday to get
permission of Governor Neville to
join his old company. Mr. Acton
served on the Mexican border with
Company F, and upon the return of
the regiments, he was discharged and
entered the employ of the Burlington.
He is now anxious to get back into
the service and will leave at once for
Camp Cody if given permission to
join his old company.
Mrs. Edward Camper, an old resi
dent of Beatrice, died suddenly at her
home here this morning of apoplexy,
aged 52 years. She is survived by her
husband. She had resided in Beatrice
for about thirty years.
Mrs. Mary Robbins was arrested
last evening at Wymore on the charge
of conducting a disorderly house and
was fined $50 aVid costs by Judge
Woolsey. Edith Stratton and Charles
Whittaker, charged with being in
mates, were fined $25 and $10 and
t ' f
GENTLEMEN-.-Y0U ARE THE JURY!
Pass Judgment on These Suits and 0'Coats
We have on display Saturday,
for your selection 2,000 Suits and
Overcoats. All the very latest
models and materials, and we
guarantee a saving of $10 on each
garment. It is your duty, owing to
the high cost of living, to take ad
vantage of this great opportunity.
Dozens of new models Trench,
Belters, Double Breasted and
FOrm-fitting styles. The fabrics
are durable Cassimeres, Cheviots
and Scotch Mixtures guaran
teed for wear. Scores of smart,
snappy "different" patterns
each suit made in a manner that
rivals custom made garments.
They're clothing values absolute
ly without equal one look will
tell you so.
109 SOUTH SIXTEENTH STREET.
j i ,u '(uia, .
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HERE'S A GREAT SALE
At Less Than '"holesale Prices
: Just at a time when the Ducks are On the wing. Stock up here.
Peters, U. M. C. and Winchester
All New Stock and Every Shell Guaranteed.
U. M. C. Nitro Club
Smokeless Powder High Base
I. S Ajax
U. S. Arrow
Main Floor, Man' Building
Smokeless Powder Low Base
v Sale Price
Regular Price 95c
Regular Price $1.10
- Sale Price