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Valter Mails Allows Chicago Butf' Three Hits and
Wins Shut-Out Game Faber Is Touched .
ForNine Safeties by Indians. ;
League Park, Cleveland. Sep. 24. Because of the per
sistence with which the White Sox hit the ball into the left
field crowd", Manager Speaker of the Indians today had the
playing field cleared of all extra seats, thus cutting the ca
pacity of the park by fully 3,000. 'President Dunn of Cleve.
' - land, agreed with his manager that itwas better to forfeit-
few thousand dollars rather than lose the game because of
the presence of the crowd on the field. '.
UrBan Faber was sent to
was in nil fcbvip m iuu 111 f t uiiv kJVJ iaig VI wiiOCVUUTV
victories to eight. He was opposed by Walter Mails, the In
dians' Southpaw. ;
' - R. H. E.
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Cleveland '.2 9 0
Strunk, rf. , '
Weaver, 3b. .
E. Collins, 2b.
iackson, If. .
'elsch,-cf. - ,
J. Collins, lb. i
Smith, rf. A
S ewe II, ss.
. Mails, p.
er, p. i
Umpires: Owens and Chilly
t ' FirsInniag."' v ,
Chicago Strunk 'was, .'out, - JohnJ
sfi to Mails. -.; Weaver.-foiued to
Gfcrdncr. E. Collins 'walked,- Jack-
sl:i singled to leit. felscn tannea
KV runs,' one hit, no errors. .
Cleveland Jamieson' beat out a
bard bounder to E; Collins. Wambs
ganss sacrificed, Weaver to E. Col
lins. Risberg threV out . Speaker.
'Smith singled to center, scoring Ja
mieson. Gardner dropped a Texas
leaguer between Ed 1 Collins and
" land to
relscli, Smith taking third. , John-
orced Oardner, laber to Kis-
the ball bounding off Faber's
to Risberg. One run, three hits,
nt errors. '
Chicago J. Collins ' popped to
Tohnston. It is raining slightly.
Mails threw out Risberg. Schalk
popped to Sewell. No runs, no hits,
Cleveland Sewell singled through
the box. Sewell stole second. O'Neill
singled to center, scoring . Sewell.
Mails sacrificed. Weaver to J. Col
lins. Tamieson' singled to right,
O'Neill taking third. Jamieson was
trapped off first, while hie was being
run down. (J N.eiH lea ort tnira tco
far and was out, Strunk to Faber to
CoHins to J. Collins to Weaver, Ja
mieson taking second. Wambsganss
popped to. Collins. One rim, three
hits, no errorS.s V . ' . . .
Chicago Faber fanned. Smith
side a pretty running eaten 01
mink's line drive to .the wall in
right center. Sewell threw out
Weaver. No runs, no hits, no' er
rors. Cleveland Speaker out,,. J.l Col
lins to Fabei. Smith fanned.
Weaver's fancy pickup .beat Gardner
out of a doubk.. No ?uns, no hits,
no errors. . ' ' '
Fourth Inning, .
Chicago Ed Collins singled to
left. Jackson lorced ,E. Collins,
Wambsganss to Sewell. Felsch
singled to center. Jackson stopping
at second. Sewell took J. Collins
low drive off his shoe top and dou
bled Jacksonoff , second. No runs,
two hits, no errors.
Cleveland Johnston . flied 'to
Strunk. .Sewell was safe on Weav
er's high throw..--1, O'Neill flied to
Felsch. Weaver threw out Mails.
No runs, no hits, one erroa
Chicago RiVberg fanned. Schalk
walked. Faber walked.?Strunk also
walked, filling the base-sC Weaver
struck out. Ed Collins fanned. No
.wins, no hits, no errors.
Cleveland Jamieson ined to Kis
berg.- Risberg threw out Wambs
ganss. Speaker lined to Weaver. No
tins, no hits, no errors. '
Chicago Jackson flied high to
Speaker. FelsclT walked.' Gardner
threw out J. Collins. Risberg fanned
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Cleveland Smith f o u J e d to
Schalk. Gardner bounded to J. Col-
Johnston flied to Jatkscn. No
rims, no mts, m errors. ,
Seventh Inning.- ;
Chicago Gardner threw -Diit
Schalk. Faber flied to Speaker in
deep tight 'center. Stnk flied to
SmitHT , No.nins, no hits, n? errors.
Cleveland Sewell singled to right.
Jackson went back to"tlie left field
stand for O'Neill's line drive. Mails
out, Faber, to J. Collins. Jamieson
out, J. Collins to, Faber. No runs,
one hit, no errors.
Eighth Inning. - .
Chicago Weaver lined to Jamie
iscfjl. Wambsganss' fast play retired
E. Collins. Sewell threw' out Jack
son. No runs, no hits, rio errors.
Cleveland Wambsganss fined to
Jackson. Risberg threw out. Speak
er. Smith singled to left. Gardner
singled to right, Smith, stopping at
second. Johnston bounded to JL
Collins, No runs, two hits, no er
Chicago Sewell Hrew out Felsch.
J. Collins flied to Speaker Risberg
flied to' Smith. No runs, no hits, no
errors. 0 ' )
I Hartmans Make Jligh Scor
In Gate City Pin league
The Hartman Furniture team led
in the Gate City bowling last night,
witn a 2762 total, winning the entire
series from the Woodrow CaigNo.
2 team. The. Hartmans 9orteam
ame also was high for the evening.
e Koran, the league i individual
leader, wasv again fight and chalked
uo a total of 6J Lain s H was
high single game of the evVw'ng. this
roller also registering a ous total
Between Labor day, 1919, anil the
sanie evetjtiui aay in lyiraemoers
' of the Granite Cutters International
Association of America secured the
greatest it&rease.in vfages they have
reciived in jheir organized existence.
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Handily, 2 to 0
the mound bjr Manager Glea-
v Yesterday's Results
Yesterday's Results. ,
r R. H. E.
'St. Louis .n) 0 1 0 1 1 0 S 0 1 7 14 , 6
Pittsburgh .. 1 8 0 0 0 0 3 0 12 16 10
Batterle: Schupp, Goodwin and Dll-
noeter; Hamilton and Schmidt. '
" R. H. E.
Hoston 000 00001 0 2 0
1'hlladelphia.. 1 Hi 4 0 0 ' 8 0
.Batteries:- Oeechgeo and O ffelll; En
4.an and Wlthron.
American Lfajue. ,
First game:. . --.
R. H. E.
Washington.. 20000100 0 3 8 0
New York ..-10000000 0 1 4 2
' Batteries: Acostas and 'Plcinlch; Mays
uiiu xinnnan. i
R If E
Washington.. OOOOOIO'O 0 l' 7 1
New York ..10000000 1 2 7 1
Batteries: Shaw and Gharlty; Collins
unit xianrnui. y
' R H E
St. Loufe ... 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 s' 13 . 5
l.troit ......... 0 2 1 5 3 4 1 M6 18 2
Battnalo: Boehler, Scheenberg and Sev
ereid; Crumpler and Jlanion.
Chicago ..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' 3
Cleveland . 1 1 0 0 O0 0 2 t
Batteries: Faber and Schalk: Marts and
" RH E
Philadelphia. 0 1 0 1 0 7 0 0 iio'i4 i
Bostpr- ...... 0 8 2 0 1 0 2 4 0 9 11 ' 1
PerkrrV Pcnnock, Karr and Chanlin. A
Jsatmirtes: IVavlor Rnmtnpll nH Wallier
With the Bowlers
, . T FARNAM I.EAGVR. -
Paker I. M. Of floe. KBaker it M. Shops.
Vlnem'n 130 141 143Norgard 169 166 204
Vaught 110 196 16KBredesen 137 185 163
Relley .461 17 1631 Buttery 124 148 194
Knox 169 126 160IOoeta . 139 163 133
Nicholas 171 154 1411 Straw 130 126 141
,- (Handicap 3 39.39
" Totals 771 796 7C5 Totals 702 827 870
Betsy Ross Rrettrt Reese' Printing Co.
Ripsch 166 203 1901 Harmon 176 162 165
Harms 141 13 127Kurta ' 1?1 148 177
Green 149 130 117Willlams 102 118 170
Cross 1H9 137 170Hoffman 112 104 113
WeininV-150 117 1C9 Russell 142 180 179
Totals 745'725 7731 .Totals 703 710 804
W. O. W. I Concrete Eng. Co
Clark .154 147 175Fltzg'ald 122 203 173
Baum .123 167 157 Vancura 150 173 125
Foster 181 m 212 Wlthnell 140 152 165
-StrW 122 133 1241 Rice 179 65 124
Ar'trong 142 138 1701 Batchel'r 195 135 162
Handicap 11 Handicap ... 67 25
-To-.als 733 749X8C8( Totals 786 876 784
Minn. Taiylor. (McCaffrey Motor Co.
Murphjl 193 211 179fYounger 197 185 136
Derby 167 139 143
179 244 202
168 166 161
123 173 166
KlrkhanS 162 127 1871 Kent
Wolff w 166 230 180
Huni'ton18 116 126
Handicap 22 ' 22 22
181 H6 .178
Totals 911 874 h 371 - Totals 848 884 m
Townsend Gun' Co. I Guarantee Fund
Mitchell 194 .180 1831 Peterson 127 168,10
138 161 155i3rlffln 17S 111 16'
Petersen 173 154 191IKlnney 163 137 169
Clark 1951SS 167QIIlespl 127 189 145
Blssett 195 206 156!Hardln 165 156 108
Handicap 37 37 27-
Totals 895 837 6521 Totals 782 793 729
Neb. Tent & Awning!' Basellrl's Kids.
Moyna 1S3 159 198iChandler 17,185 160
Zadina .192.173 177g'merra'n 187 181 175
L'd'hrko- 146 170 J70!Klauok . 177 172 187
Koran 237 235 SOl'Beseiin 159 151 172
143 139 187IVOSS1
181 213 203
Total' 901 876 933 Total 881 902 897
Sam's Indian .Motors Melclrolr Machine Co.
Board . 162 156 179:Bates 103 161 160-
Devlae 200 163 161 J. MTers 125 111
, 1 OS-
Straw 98 04 95IMelcholr 117 US 133
Wills . 147 177 16Peace ' 118 84 5
Martin 186 191 168Chrlstens'n 98 91) 122
Total 783 mii iM roiai ' . &ti on oiv
Hartman Furn Co. iWoodro w Cat No.
Cain . 244 201 163Loone 148 15 11
Koran 457 157 1 S2 J Kraacel 127 134 IS
Bowers 188 202 170iBachman 180 159 212
Pedersen 170 220 158Dyke 211 142 158
Erman 192. 180 178 Runa 179 140 111
Total 951 960 851t Total 845 731 779
Kohler's Autos. 1 1". S. Natl. Bank.
Hancock 160 130 157Jackson , 144 180 139
N'strom 112 167 223:Veppner " 153 166 177
Krander M92 168 159Shields 167 153 176
Kohler 163 157 123IBJolln 140 175 123
Sucky 186 149 154L'dstrom 162. 178 162
Total 813 761 8161 Total 767 851 782
Orphans. v I . Omaha Print.
Shaw 184 191 155!Radfonis 155 m 134
Edison 139 199 177C'kBhahk 184 Hff 201
F.Jarosh 169 204 l9I.arson 170 181 203
orgard 140 167 200 Wallace 186 171 235
J. Jarosh, 178 195 206 Moore 191 200 176
Total 810 956 907! Total 886 879 949
WKBTERN' ELECTRIC l.EAGVK,
rivrlrnL I Clntche.
rtuthven 89101 llSl.Tenkins ...110 171 127
Long .'. 12S 144 112
Borch'dt 19-141 128
Uauger 1.149 135 155
Narac'g .112 134 128
' Totals .577 655 639;
Schnase .167 155 167
Friday ..2S 174 137
Orr Ill 155 105
Joldberg- .160 10J 140
Totals ..663 762 676
t arpeaa" .115 130 155
Karhen .131 138 107
Rudolprj 136 H5 188
Alberta- .153 133 153
Williams 110 134 121
Totals .645' 679 724
A. Senders. .
Raltzer ..166 160 127
Stolid ...166 144 211
Williams J29 135 13S
Keller ..131 135 142
Wlltse ...130 170 112
Totals ..T21 744 728
.122 127 69
..130 145 199
115 192 105
Person... 1661 25 139
Heydln'r 121 140- 107
Karlen .(.143 IB lf3
Alert ....114 166 190
Dane1s 176 161
Totals .698 472 667 Totals 1.644 783 779
' Balrds. ' I llmpnlsers.
Rowan ,.106 134 llHonribld .135 146 142
Koch ...118 104 108 Thomp'n 102- 81 98
T.andw'r 134 148 166lTaugher . 137 X39
Mallgr'n 101 134 163 Pratt ... 106 103 107
Bass 119 144 146 Umidoni ..147 448 151
Totals :678 66i" 732 T6tals,..636 25 (17
Finals. I Outlaws. f
Sorvls .1.142 169 178 Hamme'n 162 178 114
Pederson 172 89 l08Sorenson .121 18 47
Carlson .123 148 116Howard .111 144 121
Spa it 1
...115 331 159i
,.x125 112 164
Olson .. .
.157 147 1TO
.Totals .67749 715,
,.670 pi 667
Burglar Finds jWirie Jug J
, Arid Forgets His Business
Talledga, Ala-i Seftt. 24. G. F.
Roper,' wh,o lies ' near here, is a
firm believer in thr theory that there
is some srood even in the lowly fer
mented juice of grape. A burglar
whoventered his house severaruifthts
ago, after having collected "a large
quantity of groceries from the fam
ily pantry and having gone throughj
tne Oia silver cnesi anu cAiidLiius
therefrom all . that was valuable.
came upon a jug of old grape wine
in the attic. He thereupon forgot
the old axiom about business be
fore pleasure and forthwith began
George Duffy ta Be
hird Man in Ring
,V George Duffy.
George Duffy, official -referee of
the state of Wisconsin, will be the
third man in the ring Saturday night
when' Llew Edwards and Frankie
Brown meet in a l(?ound boxing
bout. ' '- . ' '
Standing of the Teams,
. - - National League.
Brooklyn .89 69 .Mil Chicago ..
New York. 83 68 .568St. Louis..
Cincinnati 77 67 .651 Boston ...
I'lusburgh76 9 .0241 Ph'delphla
. ' American Leng ue.
W. UPet. " :
Cleveland 92 63 .634 Boston . . .
Chicago ..92 66 .(22 Wash'gton
New York. 91 63 .811 Detroit ...
St. Louis. 3 72 .503 Ph'delphla
, W. A.. Pot.
..72 75 .498
.70 77 .476
67 89 .390
W. L. Pet.
.68 60 .459
63 79 .444
.19 88 .401
4f 99 .322
Games Today. .
. ... tr-, . ..
St. Louis atVPlttsburgn. .
Chicago- at Cincinnati. ,
' New York at Brooklyn.
Boston at Philadelphia (two- games)..
American League. ,
. Detroit at St. Louis. ' j
Chicago sit Cleveland. '
Washington jut New York. ' '
Philadelphia' at Boston. '
Two Boys Barred
Fron Church Team
Directors Rule Out Cuinnane
And Jordan From Pearl
Lineup After Protest.
Third Baseman Frank Guinnane
and "Boots" Jordan, pitcher and out
fielder of the Pearl Memorial team,
champions of the Church league and
Saturday class B pennant winner,
last night were barfed from partici
pating gainst theTaulson's Fords,,
peiinantv winner of - the American
league and Sunday class B cham
pions. . ' : '
ine ir'auisons 'fords entered a
protest on" these two pfayers and also
Art Peterson, catcher of the rearls,
claiming that they were not eligible
tOjplay. Peterson, however, -it was
pointed out, has not violated liis con
tract with the Pearls and was there
foreraljowed to play, while the other
two players have not played with thje
Church'.champions during, the eague
season, but were allowed by the
Church league managers in the event
-flint the PparU wnn th nennant.
The ' directors gave ManageSt
George Parish of the Pearl team per
mission to sign two additional men
from the 3hurch league totake the
.places of uuinnane and Jordan
They will be given time up to Satur
day night to pick the tw? players
and reoort to Robert Kroll, Walter
Nelson and President Wagner of
tVia A tnaricon 1 i mi a 1
(.111- iiuiv.t ivau ivoqmv
, Two games will be played Sunday
fafternoon between the Pearls and
rne rauison s foras at L,uxtis pane,
the ooenetv starting at 1 :30 o clock.
In the event that the teams treak
even the third and deciding game
will be played a week from Sunday
as a preliminary to the Bowen Fur
niture company and the ofc. Louis
Wiamps at Kourke park.
:.- Answers to Yesterday's Questions.
1. Fans are not alloted on the playing
field or.in the outfield in a world's series.
2. Brooklyn and Boston hold the record
with a 14-lnning game in the 1916 world's
series won by Boston, 2 to It
i. Brooklyn won pennants in 1890, 1899.
1900. 1916. -
4. The Reds batted .255 and the White
Sox .224 in the 1919 world's series.
6. Jack Dempsey's full name is William
8. Dempsey has never " boxed Tommy
7. In water polo play is started by
the referee throwing; the ball) into the
canter of the tank.
8. A "pitch" shot In golf is an approach
shot played with little run to the ball on
9. The long game in golf is driving
and playing full sh(,ta throujrn the green.
The short game is approaching and put-
tlnfli . " ' - - x
10. Syracuse defeated the University of
Pittsburgh In 1919 In foot ban.
y Mew Questions.
1. With what major league club did
Walter Ruether pley ybefbre coming to
fMnlnniLti? I "
2. What did Boston pay for Babe Ruth
when It got him from the minors? ,
3. What is the most games Walter John.
son won in a season lit the maJors?
4. How many bases did Ma CarVy steal
in 1918? - I , ' v- v .
6. How tall is Harry Greb. the boxer?
6. Who were the new boxing champions
to win titles in 1919? '
7. When is a match Tjalved 'in folf?
8. Which naval reserve eleven during
the war defeated the University cf Pitts
burgh team, then unbeaten? '
' 9. When was lawn tennis originated?
10. Who originated the Lawford stroke
a " one-marr joy parfy. ' The next
morning' Roper found his valuables
and groceries in a. great pile ia his
attic. The empty jug was In the
front yard. Local detectives -advance
the theory that the second story
man having developed good-will to
ward -man in general with the con
tents of the jug, responded, to -a
call of his conscience and deckled'
to leave tht house without Carrying
away .the loot.
oarn shrd hrdl hrci snrai nraur
Bee want ads are ".test business
Charge White Sox;
Dare Not Be Victors
Johnson Quoted as- Saying He
Has Heard Statements That
Chicago Must Not Win.
'Chicago, Sept. 24. In a story
printed here B. B. Johnson, presi
dent of the American league, was
quoted as having said that he had
"heard statements that the White
Sok would not dare to win the 1920
pennant, because the managers of a
eamblinff syndicate, alleged to have
certain players in its power, had for-,
bidden ,t" ' ' '- '
- The gamblers . were said to have
backed Cleveland heavily..
Chicago, Sept. 24. Jacbb "Rube"
Benton, pitcher of the Mew York
Nationals, Thursday told newspaper
men previous to testifying before
the grand jury, which is investigat
ing charges of gambling on base
ball games,- that Hal Chase, former
member of the New York Nationals,
made approximately $40,O0Q by plac
ing ""wise bets" 6n world seres
Benton was the main witness
heard today, having come from New
York in response to a" subpoena.
After emerging from the jury
chambers Benton told newspaper
men that the substance of his( testi
mony was as follows: N '
"That Hal Chase had clearedap
poximately $40,000 on world series
"That he. (Benton) had been of
fered some easy money" by Chase
and "Herzog if he would 'throw a
clrtain game betwee the Cubs and
"That Henry Zimmerman, former
member of. the Giants, had called
Benton 'a poor fish' and that '400
bucks were waiting' for him had he
thrown the game.
Miller Park Golfers
To Close Seasqn With
TeWn Match on Sunday
, V ,
The Millar Parlt Golf club will
close its season Sunday afternoon
witha match between the Presi
dent's and Vice President's teams
The following members will take
A. N. Featherstone.
L. A. Detrlng-.
J. A. Swanson.
E. M. Tracy.
Vice President's Team
W. R. Wall.
Phil Kendall. '
W. D. Cralphead. .
.T. E. Ifterrlam.
L. H. Young1.
L. C. Rigley.
Bob Gait. .,
W. P. . Blinn.
1. V. Knee. 1
E. W. Cass.
R, R. Klrkham.
G. M. Matthews, v.
I.. H. Miller.
,T. K. -Finlayso'i.
J. L. Reuter.
F. P. Brown
E. R. Vohkamp.
W. J. Hlslop.
R. E. Hobart.
A. G. Procoplo.
' Paul Morton.
L,. H. Knettle.
D. M. Dessauer.
- Rod Malcolm.
C. W. McMasters.
W. E. Coates. v
M. A. Chrlstensen. '
A. P. Smith.
E. C. Rice.
H. B. Peters.
E, E. E,loyd.
K O. Brown. .
Al Peterson. Y
Vr P. Larmoa.
E. Tfj Tracy.
O. E. Johnson,
H. J. McCnfthy.
J. B. Fradenberg:.
A. R. Heltlantl.
E. M. Reynolds.
W. W. P. Born.
L. O. Frohardt
Dr. Adams, .
A. a. Gibson.
L. P. Dyhrberj.
W. J. Dobbs.
. Grand Circuit Results
Columbus, O.,' Sept. .23. While the tail
iiri" of the free-for-all race to fill left
but four racda on the Grand circuit pro-,
gram today, the competition was keen and
favorites were beaten in two of thewfour
events. Just David won the first two
a won tne nrst two treats
and In his middle mile
of the 2:18 .frot a
trotted in 2:t5Vi.
Jay Brook, selllnr for ITS In tickets call-
ins for 1700,. went over a straight heat
winner in the J:0 pace., J. W. S. was the
heavily clayed favorite. Jay Brook paced
two of Ms three heats in 2:01 t ;'
The biggest surprise was In ithe first
division of the 2:18 trot. Mlghtell, selling
In the field for $10 In 1140 tickets ffnishee
ninth In the first heat and then won the
second and third hastdily. Best time
2:08. The 2:07 trot was a battle between
Dr. Nick and the favorite, Millie Irwin,
the latter winning;. Best time, 2:05(4.
(Kilowatts, which placed second In the
1: IS trot, ia owned by Bert Murphy of
Omaha). - 'It
Summary: " - I
2:0 class pace, three heats. Purse,
$1,000: 1 . ,
Jay Brook, br. ;. by 8lr Silent
Brook '(Edman) 1 1 1
Captain Mack, br. h. (Palln) .... 2
J. W. 8.. br. a;, (Ha) 3
Hazel Kuerstner. tr m. (Allen)... 4
Lillian Silk wood. hlk. m. (.Perrv) 7
Little Kay, H. P. C, andT General Bald
win also started.
Time: 2:03i4, 2:Q3U. 2:0B.
2:12 .class trotting, (first division) three
Mlghtell, b. m., by Mighty Onward
(V. Fleming) 1 1
Manu loa, b. m., (Cox) 1 2 4
Wlki Wlki, br. g. (Perry) 2. I 2
Alma Todd, b. m. (Whitehead) . . . S 6 3
Helen L., ch. m. (Bennett) , 14 dr.
- Banwood, Aleolrex, Senator Joll
Peter Stillwood, also started.
Time: 2:08Vi. 2:0i. 2:0Stt
2:1$ trot, (second division) tflree hestav
Purse, $$00: :
Just David, b. g., by Northers'
Man, (Hedrlck) 1 1 3
Kilowatts, b. m. (Chllds) 2 2 1
Jay Lee, blk. m. (Whitehead) ... 3 3 .2
Charley Herr, Jr., b. h. (White).. 4 4 6
Bis Bingren, b. m. (Valentine) .. t 6 4
Baroness Hanover, The Pattern i Maker
and Darhyal also started. ' -.
Time: 2:06, 2:05. i:07.
. 2:07 trot, three heats. Purse, $1,000:
Millie Irwin, b. m. by Bingra,,
(W. Fleming) 1 1
Ir. Nick, blk. g. (Cox) 1 2. 4
Harvest Tide, b. m. (McDonald).. 2. 4 2
Peter L., b. h. (Bdman) i.. 2 2 I
Mack Forbes, blk. g. (McDonald) 6 S
Echo- Direct, Aitlen, Tommy Direct and
Sisbing also started.
28. An. offer of a purr
Jack Dempsey and Bill Brshnan, at ie
Of $150,000 for
bout' between (Jhamplc
Men Harbor, Mich., In October, -was wtr
to jack &earns. manager oi tne titi i
holder, In New Tork, by Floyd Fitzsin
Jersey, City. N. J.. Sept 23. Mil
O'Dowd. St. Paul, former middlewelgl'
champion, outfought Kid Lewis, claims'
af the English welter and middleweig!
titles. In a 12-round bout. .The America
bad the better of overy round exceot tl.
opening one, . which was' even. f i
Jersey City. N. J., 8ept. 23. Willie Jacli
son, 121 pounds, of New Tork, defeatec
Ned Fltigerald, 114, of Australia. In elgh
Charley Beecher. 123. of NeVr Tork. ant!
Frankie Burns, 122, of Jersey City, went.
etgnt round, to a oraw. f
NewXork. Bent. '23. The boxina contest J
oecwecn ueorges varpentier and Battling
Levinsky will be held In Jersey City base
ball park, October il2r the International
Sporting club announced tonight.
For disinfecting clothing a French
man has aevelopea an air-tight
tank in which garments are subjected
to a mixture of compressed air and
chlorine or other gas. heated by elecv
tricity, ' ; N
, Officers House
Man Tells Judge He Bought
" Booze In Front of
"Where, did you get your liquor?"
asked Deputy City Attorney Perry
Wheeler of John C. Nice, 3510 North
Thirty-eighth street, in South Side
police court yesterday fos intoxica
tion. "M 27fll E street," replied Nice.
"T,hat's nice," said Judge Foster.
"That's where Prosecutor Wheeler
lives." . .
, ''l haven't been selling liquor re
cently," said Wheeler.
"No, I didn't buy it from that fel
low," volunteered Nice. "It was a
Wellow in an automobile out in front."
He was fined $150.
Man Who Escaped Jail Is
p Rearrested On Same Charge
I Arthur . Belmtint, who escaped
from South Side jail the. first day of
a fentence of 30 days for intoxica
tion, September 14, wfts rearrested
Thursday in te Great Western rail
road yards for intoxication. '
He complained of his bed in the
South Sids jail and asked to be sent
to the county jail.;, ;. j
"Thirty days on t&e .South Side,"
roared Judge Foster. ;"They won't
work you at the county Jail. You
need work."" .
Three Speeders iFined In
outh SioV Police Court
Three speedersA were fined in
Stlufli Side colice court yesterday;
A. M. Robis, 610 South Twenty-second
street, $7.50; C.E. JKull
born, 2832 South -Twenty-sixth
street, $- and Martin Hannigafa?
.3641 V street. $7.50. '
Soft Drink ftace Raided.
. Following avjaid by police and
federal agents en Mis soft drink par
lor at 3223 Q street -yesterday,
Arthur Cramer was'fined $1Q0 for
illegal possession of liquor by Police
Judge Foster in South Side police
court and immediately arrested by
government officers for illegal man
ufacture of liquor.
Barking Dog Is Nuisance.
i Judge Foster in South Side police
court yesterday ruleJsa barking dog
is a nuisance. Neighbors had sum
moned Frank Soucup, 1329 O street,
in court for allowing his pet canine
to whine and growl all night. The
jndge ordered him to get rid oi the
,' Bakery Is Looted.
Burglars looted the cash drawer
of. the A. Bakke bakery, 4810 South
. i .r.'
1 x Australia .
A CLAN SPORT
Omaha Athletic Club
Omaha Auditorium, .
Beaton's Drug Store
Merritt's Drug Store
Reign of Terror
In Irish Towns
Police Burn Homes as Re
prisal of Ambuscade in
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By JOHN STEELE.
New York Times-Chicago Tribune (able.
. Copyright, 1810.
London Sept, 24. As a . reprisal
for theJ ambuscade in County.. Clare
yesterday,, the British police spread a
reign of terror in four more towns
of Ireland in the neighborhood of
the ambush. They entered the towns
of Melbay, Lahinch, Ennstimort and
Milltown, near the west coast and
burned a number of homes and killed
two civilians. The townspeople flea
in all directions, expecting another
The latest official report on the
ambuscade is that a large body of
Irishmen waylaid the motor truck
as it was conveying police between
Milltown and Melbay. Four police
men were found killed and another
is missing. A sixth is believed to be
The soldiers, called to the scene,
fired on the retreating attackers, in
flicting four . casualties. Thirty-six
men were arrested subsequently on
Meanwhile official England is be
coming alarmed at the Jiass- to which
the-Irish situation has eone. The
whole island is in a state of feud,
more bitter than anything that ever
raged in Kentucky.
The military inquiry, which started
today into the Balbriggaii depreda
tions, will riot settle the matter, for
the government has decided that the
lodal inquiry shall be'fH"wed by a
full judicial investigation. It is prob
able that one or more 'judges of the
supreme court of Ireland will sit on
the inquiry board and take evidence.
Twenty-fourth street, Thursday for
$6 in small change, ,
South Side Brevities
School supplies, stationery. Citizen. 2308
N. St. Adv.
Furnished room for rent, 4119 S. 2ith.
Phone Bo. 1689. AdV.
Basement man wanted, permanent posi
tion. Apply Petersen & Michelsen Hard
ware Co., 4916 So. 24th. Adv.
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Chicago, Sept. 24.-yOwing to the
serious split in republican ranks,
democratic leaders in Illinois actual
ly believe there is a prospect of cap
Uiring the state for the governorship
and the national ticket in November.
The democrats at a meeting here,
TURLEY RELIEVED IN
iM NICK OF TIE
-. ; . y .-
Couldn't Have Kept Going
Much Longer He 1 Was
So Run. Down, Says
"Honjrstly, I don't believe I could
have ltept going much longer if I
hadn't got hold of Tanlac when I
did," said A. B. Turley, a well
known photographer, living at 2028
South Lawrence St., Wichita, Kan.,
in a conversation at his studio at 217
East Douglas Ave.,, the other day.
" "I suffered for Jmree years from
a mighty bad case of nervous indi
gestion. I couldn't eat a meal but
what caused me to suffer for hours
from gas which" formed on m
stomach, .v I was very bifious and
often had blinding spells of "dizzi
ness, when everything seemed to be
whirling around me. I suffered ter
ribly from night sweats and was so
nervous it was always hard for me
to get any sound sleep.
"I kept getting weaker and -finally
got down to' where I was just sim
ply all in. Nothing seemed to do
me any; good rand I became terri
I Every Drop of Tour' 6lood ,f
You cannot overestimate tlit- im
portance of keeping the blood free
of impurities. When you feali2e
that the heart is constantly pump
ing this vital fluid to all parts pf
the body,' you can readily see that
any impurity in the blood will
cause serious complicates.
Ajiy slight disorder or impurities
is a source of danger, as every vital
organ of the body depends upon the
1lood supply to properly perform
its functions. '
Many painful and dangerous dis
eases arCvthe direct result of, a bad
i New York
State Referee, 'Will Officiate
Paxton Hotel '
Hotel Rom -
took .the necessary steftto mak
their presidential elector candidates
legal, but the republicansave not
yet taken this precaution and ualcss
thry can get together, there is grave
danger that the Illinois republican
electors' vote will, be lost. .
Feeling among thl factions is very"
bitter and it is not a wild guess to -predict
that out of this internal war
fare, James Hamilton Lewis, demo
cratic candidate for governor, may
emerge victorious. '
bly discouraged about my condition,
audi felt like if I didn't get hold of
something quick to help me I would .
just have to give up...
"But all these despondent feelings
disappeared by the time I had fin
ished my first bottle of Tanlac, for
I was feeling so much better I saw
I had at last found the medicine" I
reeded. I have just finished my
fourth bottle now and have the big
gest kind of an appetite, and every
hing seems to agree with me per
fectly. and I have : gained seven
pounds in weight. i
"I am no longer troubled ' vitli
palpitation, dizziness and night
sweats. I am free from neryousutu
and sleep, like a log at night and
wrtke up in the morning feeling fine
and. ready for just anything thai
comes to hand. Tanlac has certain
ly proved in my case to He a won-,
derful medicine " ' "
Tanlac is sold in Omaha at all
Sherman & McConnell Drug Com
pany's stores, Harvard Jarmacy
and West End Pharmacy. Also
Forrest and Meany' Drug Company
in Soith Omaha and Benson Pharm
acy, Benson, and the leading drug
gist in each city and town through
out the statf of Nebraska. , t
condition of the blood. Among the
most serious, are Rheumatism, with
its torturing pain; Eczema, Tetter,
Erysipelas and other disfignrins
skin diseases';, general debility,
which makes the strongest mn
helpless, and many other diseases
are the direct result of impure blood.
You can s in a Targe measure '
avoid liability to disease by the use
cf SjS. S., the wonderful blood rem
edy that has been in constant use
for more than fifty years. S. S. S.
cleanses the blood thoroughly. It ...
is sold by druggists everywhere.
For valuable literature and medi
cal advice absolutely free write to
day to Chief Medical Adviser, 831
Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
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