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NAMED BY KANSAS
OF-BIG LEAGUES FOR
WEEK JUST PAST
BRAVES ADD MORE
TO THEIR LEAD ON
NEW YORK GIANTS
G. 0. P. FOR GOVERNOR !
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1914
Boston Clinches Load on Giants
and Romnins in First Place
Giants Chances for Rogaining
Position Soem Very Poor
NEW YORK. 8pt- 16. Boston
clinched It grip on first place In the
National League race last weeX now
holds tho-lead Uy an even game mar
gin over New Tor. The Braves de
feated the Wants two games In three
and won enough additional game
from the PhtleaXphtans to bring their
playlnc rate for the week to the .687
mark. Meanwhile the Oiants losing
five out of nine games were playing
only rt a .444 clip. This pronouned
- disparity Jhcw why Stalling' men.
' 4rplte - Ihelr Saturday defeat by
Brooklyn, -are today well out In front.
Th4 chances of the Giants regain
Jag lost ground seems poor unletm
their itrhers do much better work.
' Marquard has failed to win even one
fkt his Inst ten games and Demarree
ha' been of little use all season.
Tyler of Boston was hit rather hard
his let time out. but James and Ru-
delpb are pitching well, while Davis,
the recruit who held the Phillies run
lets rnd httless In one of last week's
games, seems to be a and that will
help the 'pennant chances of Stallings'
men rppreclably. . ,
8L Ixuls and Chicago are having a
pretty struggle for third place with
(tie advantage on the side of the Car-
" Steal. Their double victory over Cln
(Qtnajati puts them within two and a
half games of the Giants. The Cubs
Are one game to the rear. Both are
within striking. distance of a second
place and not yet to be considered
out of the pennant reckoning if the
struggling pair above them should suf
fer losing spells. Boston cut Into
Philadelphia's lead In the American
League nee laat week but the Red
Box rro fitlll seven and a half game
dlataat from tfee world's champions.
A. continuation of the slumping ten
dencies the Athletics have shown In
fMm Hurt' two weeks, however, might
.jsjvt) i least a semblance of interest
6 4he closing days of the younger
iM leadership in the, Federal'
League for several weeks, struck
nerlrxl rrf hnl smtna- In TUltimnra
' while he rejuvenated Chloago team.
'anting a double header from BuffalA
-MA Am thejaext day, clam
ber ea once more into the lead, Chica
go now1 Is ahead with 71 games won
and 5 rerto Indianapolis' 72 and 69.
In the American Association, both
ttlbwankee aad Louisville, the league
laagers, suffered set backs, but the
beat their rivals could do was to
break even and the standing of tho
league was now materially changed.
CHANGE RESIGNS AS
DIAMOND BOSS; NOW
ON MOTOR TOUR WEST
Manager of New York Americans
Throws Up Job Says He Was
Paid for Full Season Peck
inbaugh in Charge of Team
NEW Y6RK, Sept. 16. Frank
Chanoe severe! his connection ns
manager of the New York Americans.
ad leaves tonight In an automobile
tri to California. He aaid he received
tall pay to the end of the aeaaon.
All is understood Jack Dunn, of the
Baltimore Internationals will be man
ager of the team' next season.
Roger Peckinbaugh is temporarily
254 South Broadway, Corner Third Street
diaeaM. Ynu r piritiMtuifly old knd not tlw
daalmt? uui win kmii ir imi aKPo w your
WIU '() aii4ll, uauiavi suu (jwiw wBssm.
Varicocele and Hydrocele
triJLSLrss jaws-tars- kssjt
wiaor ana maiicy aneaniiy mvu. imh aummnmt aiwiaiingi. i rma m no tna a.
G. M. FREEMAN,
Boston Takes Game from Brook
lyn in Lop Sided Contest while !
New York is Losing to Phila-'
dolphia the Lead Is Growing
BOSTON, Sept. 15 By defeating j
Brooklyn while New York lost to I
Philadelphia, Boston Increased her
lead in the pennant race a full game. I
Brooklyn hammered James hard, get
ting fifteen hits to Boston's seven,
but he was strong in the pinches.
Brooklyn used three pitchers. Mar
anvllle's throw from deep short for
the third out with men on second and
third bases was a feature of the game.
Brooklyn 5, Boston 7. Batteries
Hucker, Reulbach, Altchison and Mil
ler; James and Oowdy.
TAKE ODD GAME
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. IS. Phila
delphia made it two out of three In
this series by beating New York.
Fletcher and Donlin were banished
for disputing with Umpire Rfgler.
New York 3, Philadelphia 4. Bat
teries Fromme, OToole and Meyers;
Alexander and Killlfer.
VICTORY WAS EASY
PITTSBURG, Sept. 15 Pittsburg
shut out Cincinnati, Adams allowing
only six hits, while Benton was wild
and was knocked out In the seventh
inning. Krrors helped the Pirates.
Cincinnati 0, Pittsburg 9. Batter
ies Benton, Lear and Oonssles;
Adams and Olbson.
SINGLE ERROR COSTS GAME
CLEVELAND. "Sept. IB. Basslers
wild throw attempting to prevent
Bush from stealing third, waa the
game's only error and allowed De
troit to defeat Cleveland.
Detroit 2. Cleveland 1. Batteries
Cavet and Baker; J eel row, Carter and
Chicago at 8t Louis dovblebeader
I 1 1
STEADY PITCHING WINS
JV YORK. Sept, 15. -Brassier
men-on base. amijas-
tate1 br Mt fielding, pitched Pttlla
ueipnia ui a victory over New York.
Philadelphia 3, New York 1. Bat
teries Bressler and Lapp: ftroM-n
and Sweeney, Ntmamaker.
SHAW DEFEATS OWN TEAM '
WASHINGTON, Sept. 16 Boston
won its last game of the season in
Washington. Shaw's wlldness causing
bis own defeat.
Boston 2. Washington 1. Batter
iesWood and Thomas; Shaw and
TWO MEN HOG HITS
PITTSBURG, Sept 15. Hendrlx
held Pittsburg to four hits, Chicago
winning easily. Wlckland and Wil
son made seven of Chicago's eleven
Chicago 6, Pittsburg 0. Batteries
Hendrix and Wilson: Rarger and Rob
erts. HAL CHASE WINS GAME
BUFFALO, SepL 15. A pitcher's
battle between Davenport awl Krapp
ended In a victory for Buffalo ovfer
8t. Louis. Hal Chase's wallop, Dav
enport's wild throw and a sacrifice
fly scored the game's only run.
St. Louis 0, Buffalo 1. Batteries
Davenport and SUnou; Krapp and
TWO IN A ROW
BROOKLYN. Sept. 16 Imllanapo-
Los Angeles, Cal.
J Dr. Ttlillrli' Ta-
trotI for HleoU
I Give the Genuine Treatment
If )ou am wviaf from KPECtrSC BLOOD UIBKABJC, wttta
or mouth, tkioat Md Uincnc, body rah, call ua uait one
mu) 14 bm daiotrter to ou on treatmwit of thj Up
proved 6U6 (NwMlvtrata, Mi, Md you mtm rar for I if
No PAIN, no UOm of TIMS, no OOlNil to tu HOHP1TAL. w
hj Murn bom thortl) after th trwlment. u tt only i
iiinrtaa few KiinuUa at our timt by ny aMtbod of 4-mUiistrftiioo.
lVTpn throocb ladlKrHtoiu Md
men mlniM NaturrT brokm down
your Dewmir i 111m a cuuaiam grain on yoiir Tliainyr luar
HHI'lnd fat. drk--trrlad tyea, atuntnd dantlopoMml, and
IpiiHy, twahful aunnnr pruelaim want folly to all tha world,
and mat yw auocau in bualnMaA pUaaura or aodat). Imn't
daplr. I ran riil yon of all tbant ayuutuOM. paauan aiww
for married life and make you one mora a man ammg men.
Tim tr reeilni the nanaltT of naslarted yoathfnl alna
UismltMiltfili hlikrwl Jl --- .1.. a.... a -
nuu yon ahould bt. Tour manly tjowar k ou tha
crut oataOiciou. I can restora ou to
CO Nfi OTTATI 0 K FRBB
M. D. IC&t"'
Arthur Capper is the Republican
nominee for governor in Kansas, lie
hails from Topeka and Is an editor.
lis took the second straight from
Indianapolis 9, Brooklyn 2. Bat
teries Kalaerling and Hariden; Fin
neran, Marlon, JUmmers and Owens.
ISSUES PASSES AND FANS
BALTIMORE, Sept. 16 Baltimore
hit Johnson and Hennlng freely, win
ning from Kansas City. Bailey gave
five passes, but tanned ten men. .
Kansas City 5; Baltimore 1. Bat
teries Johnson, Hennlng and Bnien
roth; Bailey and Jacklltsclt.
Mission (, San Francisco 6. Batter
les 8trod and Rohrer; Pernoll, Sha
der and ScliuridL
Oakland 4, Los Angelas B.
les Killllay, Klawitter and
Perrltt, Love and Boles.
RAILWAYS ASK FOR ' '
WASIUMOTOK, Sept., Kaslern
railway have formally petitioned the
Interstate owtmeree oammtoslon for
a roil earing between, eastern railroads
and the ootnmeree commission on the
advance rat case, to nertnlt them to
put Into -effect fetiArevplr cent in
crease whtoi thV&IIMHfclon recenl-
GRAND STAND BOXES
The Arltona State Fair. will, as
P-suhI, sell the grand stand botxes
some thirty or fljere' days before the
opening of the Fair: For' the laat two
years tho demand baa been greater
than the supply. Last year there
were some forty or fifty more ou the
waiting list after all the boxes were
Tbre are, at the present' time, one
hundred and abtor-twip boine In jMa
big grand stand at the State Fair
Grounds, forty having been added
this year. Nevertheless the supply
will not be equal to the demand. Al
ready, letters and checks have been
sent to the State Fair offices, asking
for teaervations, and there Is 'no
doubt but that the rush will come
Just as soon as It is generally known
that applications will be received.
Applications will be received on
and after September 14th and the'
drawing for location will be made on
Monday, October 5th.
The method of procedure la as fol
fols: People roust send In their ap
plication for box with their check for I
$25.00,. and no more checks will bo
recefv$dthan there are boxes.' This
provision is made so that at the
drawing everyone who Is nermltted
to draw will receive a box, and the
drawing Is not really for a box at all
but for the location.
As a matter of fact, there Is not
a poor box In the stand. Every box
affords a beautiful view of the track,
and the magnificent stretch to the
Checks will be received until, and
including, Saturday, October 3rd. but
those who want boxes should send
their checks In with application, by
the first mall, or they may be too
WHAT IS YOUR BABY WORTH?
Not long ago a little child disap
peared from the home of a well-to-do
eastern family. The father offered
ten thousand dollars for the child's
return. A few days later, In the
heart of Now York's Little Italy, the
son of a atruggling shopkeeper was
kidnaped. Its father, who accumu
lated a small capital by living on
bread and macaroni and working fif
teen hours a day .seven days in the
week offered one thousand dollars
for the return of the child.
k Was one baby worth ten thousand
to Its father, and the other one thou
sand? NO! The baby was worth Just
every dollar the father could rake
and scrape together.
That Is the answer every father
would make: "My baby la worth
"NATIONAL HERO SERIES'
e lover of liberty
, j fcil tyUltM iu secure ior pungiry ivauonat independence, tor tt he sulfered imprisonment arid exile. For it he
verted as mr men have worked. His fiery soul was expressed in his writing and his impassioned oratory thundered across
the two ooratfients. Allthe world 1 read and listened to this h$vsouted Hunarian Patriot. Wiien exiled our government sent the U. S.
bteamer Mississippi to lurkcy and brought lum to our shores as the guest of the Nation.To-day we have millions of Hunsariancitiiens,
each one a lover of ftrsonal Libcrty.To secure it they sought our shores, and to a man they will fight to the death to keep forever alive
the spmt and letter pt cur immortal Dedaration of IndependenccTliey make gaod ciriKns, and like Kossuth detest prohibitoiv enact-
"v .... .u
i t-i v.9-v-U
law. Tliouplt NOTcat thts-thou
i" r"' .r w.u
pace with the public demand for
Bottled only at the home plant.
eerytUltif I hae in the world" And
mother would "agree with him.'
' ln;t It ftlknge that porents,
who will pay all they possess as a
ransom to kidnapers, do not realise
Wati'Tiey Vfe Ws bigger ciahes
of loaing their babies because they
do not know the best ways (or the
care and feeding of their children?
The officials of the Arizona State
-JPairt w II) have a remarkable featue
on the 'fair groulms this year-ra Bet
ter Babies Content1 Which will not
only prove : how "nwch bahieS are
worth . to their parents and the com
munity and thetnjttlon, but how si
better rare of bao)ea can be Rumnd.
The -Better Babies Hon twit Is a scimi.!
tlnc.ipeov eyimlnato of children
uiiurr nve yBars or age, ror pnysicai
and nuntal deveftpment. The. Judges
are physicians wlft pass on the baby's
condition. Sturdf limbs, firm flesh,
steady nerves, good digestion these
and not pink cheeks, soft hair and
Cured ir One Day
11 Our Pklnlna and Bloodied Hrtem
t Bcleatllio Offle Treatment.
Hydrocele, Rupture (Hernia)
No Detention front UuilnMt or Homo.
VAmcoCKLK la knotty, twlated
worm-Ilk coDdltlon cf the velni, with
rmptonii such aa actilng end pain,
laarvouaneaa, debility, lack of mery
jnd ambition A man Buffering from
Varicocele ranoot enter the I). 8. army,
n e cure In one treatment of a few min
utes. No pain. No danger. No lneon
Tnlinpe HVIiKOCEtK la a dtatreeelns con
dition requlrlmt expert attention,
lira wins off tbe fluid 1 only tempor
ary. If you are a aufferer from Hy
drocele jeu will do well to lnvestl
ate oor MKTMOIl OV TREATMENT
-nlrh curta uu-ompllcated caaea In 90
ItUl'Tt'ltE (IIKIINIA) Otarecard
of. Rupture baa coat many live. A
alight train, caueed by eneailnr or
""J.1"., ""'ntr or (tapping down
quickly, mar online desceut of tbe In
testine, nwultlog; In Strangulation and
renulrlUK to operation. W cure many
caaea In one trtitmMt M. Ium..
venlence. No detention from bualnes.
A Sure Cure For A Small Fee
In HI 1-uo.
Our Diplomas, Certificates and
Iterlitratlons, to be sten In our
oftires, prove us to be tbe most
eaprfl and best qualified Bp
rlalUts lu El lMe.
Oen't Give Up A Visit Will Tel
We also cure by tbe lateat and belt
inetbods lllood i'olaon, Nklu Diseases,
KlieiimallsBi, Catarrh, Nose and Tbroat
Troubles, Epilepsy, Nervous I) eel la e.
Net tousness, emerged 1'rostate, Ob
structloes (Stricture), Kidney, Wadder
and I'rlnary Diseases, riles and all
Itectal DUigutes. and all aueclal disease
of Men and AVoiuen,
UII.NBUl.TAT'OS, ADVICIS AND m
X-IlAY EXAMINATION TBEK. 9
If ont of town, write.
Beeond Ploer, llauimett tUoek, eorner
Teiaa SI and Ww Ava. HJ Paso. Tax.
hntrebo lit UtiU. i
llnurs, a. in. to I p. nu, I ts I p. u,
8udys, Jo a ou ta I p, m.
jawM 1 - 'S- tend
was to his beloved Huncarv uAinr RunVlt Hrmro Am; tj j
death meant to Kossuth all th.it m.idr lifr ujnrtK ihi l,nno
.w. MK-uiuiia vi ujcviay icw. rw tcniunts ounganans nave as a nation been
. u,wuy-' 'oiuui ujoinsi any icibiiiuun wmcn proposes to regulate numan diet D7
shalt NOTdrink that to those of brave Hungarian blood is insufferable tyranny. For 57
Hiwuu iw civu uicu 1 luuKoiuui puuuiis.
ArrtA InUUons 01 boules' Sev'en thousand, five hundred people are daily required to keep
Phelps Dodge Merc. Co.
dimples, make a better bay and a
prize winner. Such a baby la of In
calculable value to parents and the
country, for a liealthy, normal baby
' means a healthy desirable citisen.
If you think your baby Is in this!
clcss, write to Mrs. J. C. Norton the,
I Superintendent of the Better Babies
Contest for Information aboutl
splendid coutest. If your baby is up
to the standard. It will win a prise;
and even if it does not win a prize, It
will be given a certificate of examine-
tlon, showing that It has Joined tqe
i rank of the Better IJables and Ig.go
I lng to be the best baby next year.
In addition to the contest and the
interesting examination of the babies,
the fair officials will distribute) free
literature on the care and feeding at
babies and there will be a Better
Babies Health Exhibit which -will in
terest all parents, whether' they enter
babies or not.
That So Many Bisbee Peeple Fall To
Recognize Kidney Weakness
Are you a bad back victim? -Buffer
twinges; headache, dlssy
Oo to bed tired get up tired? .
It's surprising hew few suspect the
It's surprising how few know what
Kidney trouble needs kidney treat
ment. Doan's ffiilney Pills are for the kid
Have convinced Iliabee people of
Here's a Iliabee case; Bisbee testi
mony. Kidney sufferers hereabouts should
"I first used Doan's Kidney Pills
several years ago, when I was suffer
ing from pains In my back," says J.
Davles or School Hill, Blsboe. "They
acted quickly and positively. Since
then, I have taken tliem for trouble
cauaed by weak kidneys and bladder
and I uaveSiever known them to fall
Price SOc, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Davles had. Poster-MIIburn Co.,
Prone., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
I ' H I " " " ' .,, W I
Ho 1;. A (U,. ..... ' j u.-. i
1 ney nave iieipca to mane tne sales or
Try a Glass of Our Beer
to go with Uie sandwiches next timet You'll find tho little repast
much finer than formerly. Out beer adds zest to the appetite,
makes everything taste better. Try a case of It and you'll bo sur
prised at how much nicer things taste and how much tnoro you
will enjoy even the commonest things to eat ;',
Cnly $3.50 Per Case at Your Grocer's, or Phone 243.
U. A. BROWN,
Successor to Bocton and Brown, Agents for Capper City Brewery.
ZIM IS THE MAD MULLAH OF BASEBALL
I i.ou-.JiTBl I bM sj at I
m-foamMr . i
I ? K HIHii III Ma1 i cWH&
Heinle ammerman of the Chicago CuU is ths Mad Mullah of baseball
When he ton't fighting with an umpire or an opposing player, he is fighting
with one of his own men, ' h
"Now tell us." sternly demanded the
young legal lumninary whose brow
overhung like the baok of. a snapping-
turtle, addressing the cowering fwjt
ness, "what was the weather, if any,
upou the afternoon in question?"
fii.. .t :u.-
- i i
rnoderaie users cr
their great brand
"Why do you fed .every tramp"wh0
comes along? They never do any work
for you." ;
"No," said tbe wife, "but it is quite
a satisfaction to me to see a man eat
a meal without finding fault with the