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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1913.
BROWNS WIN EXCITING GAME
Senators lose After Ticing Score in
Third Inning.
SCORE IS SEVEN TO SIX
St. Lonla Srcurm Lend of Vtre Rnnw,
Which U I.ont by Wlliinemi of
llnmllton nntl Vine
II a up ItiinnInK,
BT. LOUIS, May 13. St. touts won an
exciting game from Washington today,
7 to & After St. Louis had a five-run
lead In the third Inning Washington tied
the score on Ing to Hamilton's wltdness
and Borne fine base running. St. Louis
scored four runs In the second when
Cashlon filled the bases with walks and
Agnew tripled and scored on a double
steal.
A baso on balls and a double by Austin
scored a run for St. louls In the third
Washington tied the score In the fourth
on singles by Schaefer and Milan, an
erorr by Williams of Laporte's fly, two
bases on balls, n single by A. Williams,
who batted for Kngel, and a double steal
by McBrlde and Williams, all of which
netted five runs. G. Williams, safe bunt,
an error and Pratt's single scored a run
for fit Louis In the fifth. Washington
again tied the score In the sixth on sin
gles by Morgan rind Shanks and an out.
Lewis won out In the seventh on a single
by Williams, Pratt's double, a base on
balls and Wallace's infield hit: Bcore:
BT. LOUIS. WASHINGTON.
AB.H.O.A.E. AD.H.O.A.E.
Oompton, ctl 0 I 0 oMotllir, rf.. 6 0 10 0
Johnston, It 4 0 0 0 OSchiefer, lb S 17 0 0
Q.Wll'nu, il( I 1 0 i Milan. ct...4 1 0 0 0
Prtt. lb.... 4 2 4 1 OLaporte, b. 1 0 0 1 0
Brief, lb.... 1 1 0 0 Morgan, lb..: 1111
Anttln. lb... I 1 1 1 lAlmmltb, e. 2 0 i 1 0
Wtlth, U...1 0 12 OA.Wirma, 0 3 1 8 2 0
Wallace, tt. 1 1 1 1 OEhinka, It.. 4 12 0 0
Acnaw, c... 4 18 1 OMcOrlde, it. 3 0 1 6 0
Hamilton, pi 0 0 1 OCaahlon, p.. 0 0 0 1 0
Engel, p....l 0 0 0 0
ToUi.....H I 27 t 1 Claim, p.... 1 0 0 11
lAltrock, p.. 0 0 0 1 0
Qldeon .... 1 0 0 0 0
' Totals 31 6 24 It 2
Batted for dallla In eighth.
Washington 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0-6
Bt. Louis 0 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 7
Two-base hits: Austin, Pratt. Three
base hits: Airnew. Hits: Off Cashlon, 1
In one and one-third Innings; off Engel,
1 In one and two-thirds innings; off Gal
lia, 6 in four Innings; off Altrock, none
in one Inninsr. Sacrifice hit: Brief.
Stolen base: Schafer, Anew, Comnton.
McBrlde, A. Williams, Pratt. Brief,
Austin, Shanks. Double plays: Agnew
and Wallace. Left on bases: Bt. Louis,
9: Washington. 4. Bases on balls: Off
Cashlon, 4: off Kngel, 3; off Altrock,
1; off Gallia. 2; off Hamilton, 4. Hit by
pitched ball: By Hamilton. Laporte.
Struck out: By Hamilton, 7: by Cashlon,
l; by Kngel, 1; by Gallia. 6. Time, 2:15.
Umpires' O'Loughlln and Ferguson.
IIlBltlnnilers Keep Up Stride.
CLEVELAND, May 13. New York won
from Cleveland today, 8 to 3, when the
locals went to pieces In the seventh.
Chapman's error and two singles filled
the bases. Blandlng pascd Ford, and
Mitchell, who replaced Blandlng, forced
In another run by walking Daniels. Ster
rett fanned, and then Catcher Carlsh
threw to right field trying to catch Dan
iels off first base, two runs coming in.
Chase and Jnckson each got three hts in
lour times at bat. Manager Blrmlimhim
directed thp team from the bench, rjsttng
his broken leg on a stool. Score:
CLEVELAND.' NEW YORK.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Jorratton, lb 4 111 0 oDanlelt rf.. 3 14 0 0
Chapman, as 5 1 J S lWolter, cf.. 1 2 0 0 0
Olton. 3b... 4 2 3 3 OLellvrlt, ct. 0 0 0 0 0
Turner. 2b.. 4 1 4 3 0 Hartal!, Jbcf 4 0 2 1 1
Jackton, rf. 4 I 0 0 OCree, It 6 2 2 1 0
Iljran, ct 4 2 11 0 Chase, lb... 4 3 0 0
Graney. If.. 4 0 11 OSweeney, c. 4' 1 t 1 0
Carlarh, c. 4 0 4 3 lMldklff. lb. 3 1 4 2 0
Blandlng, p 3 2 0 1 OStump, ta... 2 112 0
Mitchell, p. 0 0 0 0 OFord. p 3 1.0 4 0
Beall 1 0 0 0 OMcKch'e, 2b 1 0 0 0 0
Sttrrett ... 1 0 0 0 0
Toiali 37 18 27 14 2
Totals II 11 IT 13 1
Batted for Mitchell In ninth.
Batted for Lellvelt in seventh.
Cleveland 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0-6
New York 0 0 0 1 2 0 4 1 0-S
Two-base hits: Olson, Jackson, Ford,
Daniels. Three-base hits: Jackson, Chase.
Sacrifice hit: Mldklff. Stolen bases:
Chapman, Jackson. Doublo plays. Car
lsch and Johnston; Ryan, Chapman and
Johnston; Turner and Johnston, Hits:
Off Blandlng. 10 in six innings; (nono
out in seventh): off Mitchell, 2 In three
innings. Bases on balls: Off Blandlng,
E: off Mitchell. 2. Hit by pitched ball:
'By Ford, Johnston.. Struck out: By
Blandlng. 2: by Mitchell, 2; by Ford, 3.
Left on bases: Cleveland, S; New York, 6.
Time, 2:0C Umpires: Connolly and Mc
Greevy. Tljjers Lose to Champion.
DETROIT, May 13. Boston knocked
Mullin from the box today In less than
three innings and defeated Detroit, 6 to 1.
The locals scored their only run off
O'Brien in the fifth when Morlarity
doubled and came home on Vitt'a single.
Boston won the game In the first inning
through a single by Hooper, an error,
Yerkes' double and Gardiner's sacrifice
fly. Speaker tripled in the third and
again In the seventh, and each time lie
scored on a fly by Lewis. Lake, who re
placed Mullin, gave way to Zamlocli, In
the eighth, and the recruit kept the
champions from crossing the plate. In
the second Cobb made two unsuccessful
attempts to steal home. On the first oc
casion Cobb apparently beat the pitch,
but the ball hit Btanage's bat and rolled
foul. On the second attempt he m'.ssed
the plate and was retired before he couid
return to touch it. Score:
BOSTON'. DETROIT.
AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E.
Hooper, it., t 2 I 0 OBuah 4 12 8 0
Ytrket, 2b.. t 2 8 0 OVItt, 2b 4 12 10
Speaker, t.. 4 3 8 0 1 Crawl'rd, r( 4 0 2 0 0
Iyswlt, It... 1 0 2 0 OCobb, ct.... 4 3 2 0 0
Gardner, lb. 1 10 1 0 Vetch, It... 4 12 0 0
Entle, lb... I 1 t 0 lGalnor. lb.. 3 1110
Wafner. as.. 8 0 4 1 OMorlartj, 3b 4 1 1 3 0
Cartljtn. c. 4 0' 7 0 OStanaie, C...2 0 4 1 0
O'Brien p.. 4 1 0 3 0 Rondeau, c. I'O 4,0 0
Mullin, p... 0 0 0 0 1
Totals 81 27 ( J Lake, P 3 10 0 0
Zamloch, p. 0 0 0 0 0
Hlrh 1 0 0 0 0
i ' Dubuo 1 0 0 0 0
X7 W 'McKe .... 1 0 0 0 0
Totals It 27 1
Batted for Stanace In seventh.
'Batted far Lake in seventh.
Batted for Zamloch in ninth.
Boston 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0-3
Detroit 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Two-base hits: . Yerkes, Gardner, Mor
iarty. Three-base hits: Speaker (2).
Hits.: Off Mullin. 5 in two aiiX one
third innings: off Lake, 3 In l!ir 3nd
two-thirds innings; Off Zamloch, 1 in two
lnnlrgs. Sacrifice hit: Lewis. Sacri
fice fly: Lewis (2), Speaker. StoUm
bases: Bush, Cobb. Gainer, Moriarty.
Left on base: Boston, 6; Detroit, S.
Rases on balls: Off Mullin. 1: off Luke.
1; otf O'Brien. 1. Hit by pitched ball:
By Mullin. Engle. Struck out: By Mullin.
2; by Lake, 2; by O'Brien, 6. Time, 1:50.
Umpires: Dineen and Hart.
STAHL WILL BE ABLE
TO REJOIN TEAM IN WEEK
BOSTON, May IS. Jake Stahl, manager
of the Boston American league base ball
team, Is recovering rapidly from an
operation performed upon one of his feet
last week. Physicians said today that he
will probably be able to Join the Bed Sox
team in Chicago the last of this week.
It' had been feared that he would be
obliged to remain in Boston a month.
Ilaae Ilall Game Wnuted.
The Clark base ball team defeated the
Hoagland nine in a ten-lnnlng game by
the score of 8 to 7 Sunday afternoon.
The Clarks would like to make arrange
ments with the following teams for
games in the near future: lnvinclbles.
Victors, Alhambras or Foresters. Tom
Minister of Council Bluffs Is manager.
Ills telephone number is 1563.
College Coach.
Hugh BezdeK, who scouts for Pitts
burgh In the summer and coaches college
teams In the spring, has cltanged his
allegiance from Arkansas university to
the University of Oregon. He will take
charge of athletics at the Oregon school
next fall, after he has picked up a few
BOMlble Ham Wagner for Fred Clarke.
! Wayne Vote Favors
Sunday J3ase Ball
WAYNE, Neb.. May 13.-(Speo!al Tele
gram.) At a special election today on
the question of permitting Sunday base
ball the proposition carried by a 'Note of
162 to 147.
EWING IS RELEASED AND
PELTY SOLD TO BALTIMORE
MINNEAPOLIS. Mnv 13. Bob" Kwln.T.
formerly a pitcher with the Cincinnati
Nationals, who recently iolnd th Attn.
neapolls American association club, was
today unconditionally released, according
to announcement of Piesldent Cantlllon,
who also announced that Barney I'elty,
purchased from the St. Louis Ametica'nn,
had been sold to the Baltimore club of
the International league.
NEW AMATEUR RECORD
MADE FOR FIFTY MILES
LONDON, May 12 A new world's ama
teur running record of 6 hours, 13 minutes
and E8 seconds for fifty miles was made
today nt the Stamford Bridge Athletic
grounds by K. W. Lloyd. The old record
was made by J. E. Dixon In 1SS5 and was
4 minutes, 2Sft seconds slower than
Lloyd's time today.
CLEVELAND EXCHANGES
BASKETTE FOR GREGG
CLEVELAND. O.. Mav 11 The Cleve.
land American leacue club nnnrnmrtwl fn.
day that it had traded Pitcher Jim Bas-
Kette to the Toledo American association
club for Pitcher Dave Gregg, a brother
of Vean Gregg, the Cleveland pitcher.
Gnnlcn Hone.
We carry the best iuallty hose, In all
sizes, from 4-inch up, In various plys of
weight. Omaha Rubber Co., IGOS Harney.
Start to Train I.ntc.
Manager Krank Chance of the New
Yorks. declares that he will not begin
training tho New Yorks In Bprmnrln nni
year until about March 10. It is probable
that other major league managers will
follow his example.
Lnme n Iionff Time.
"Chanr.o'a tnliirpri Tp- la tmnn..iM
mnlHK-" nva n ' I. J r ....
Chance's leg. though, has been bad for so
iuui,. uiui ii is extremely aouotrui ir
'Hllsk' Can hold flntrn Vin ftrat.hnaA InU
regularly.
Wcllmnn n Wonder.
Speaking about finds, how does Welt.
man of the Browns Impress you7 At this
distance that fellow looks like a wonder.
He did It at the close of last season, for
tnat matter.
Another Frenchman.
Manager Jennings has ndded another
Frenchman to his Tigers in the person of
Catcher Russell Breaux, a student at the
University of Louisiana, who will report
at the close of the college year.
Pltclirr aftta-meil to Son. '
Connie Mack has sent his son, Bar), at
Raleigh, a recruit pitcher named Darl
ing. Manager Earl is told to watch him
carefully and If he shows that he's up
to his name to let father know, so he
can call him in later.
CoIIckc llnso nnll.
North Dakota university. 6: SL John's
college, 4.
Chinese University of Hawaii, 1; Notro
Dame, 6.
Leather is Loaded
With Epsom Salts
WASHINGTON, May IS. Americana,
with the possible exception of the bare
foot boy, aro today walking around on
not less than 12,000,000 pounds of glucose
and epsom salts which constitute adul
terants in sole leather. The assertion is
made by the Department of Agriculture,
which has Just concluded investigations
of the leather industry and has Issued a
bulletin entitled "The Composition of
Some Sole Leathers." The adulterants
add nothing to the wearing value of the
leather, says the department, and where
present in a large quantity may shorten
the life of the leather.
"Sixty-three per cent of the leathers
examined were weighted with glucose,
with epsom salts or with both," according
to the findings of the department's ex
perts. "The quantity of loading varied
from 1 to 7.3 per cent of epsom salts,
with an average of 3 per cent. The
maximum quantity of glucose in tho
loaded leathers was 10.4 per cent and the
average C.5 per cent. The maximum of
these loading materials found in any
leather was 16 per cent and the averago
where both were present was 8 per cent.
The results obtained Indicate that not less
than 12,000,000 pounds of glucose and ep
som salts are sold annually to the Ameri
can people."
The "loading " Is done to Increase the
marketable weight of the leather.
Persistent Advertising ts the Road to
Big Returns,
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Added to this sturdy car's economy is its ideal comfort. Turkish upholstery,
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
City Council Elects Tom Alton as
Its President.
CAVANAUQH GETS JUDICIARY
Ftrp nnil roller Mimni Until First
Seaslmi nntl ItoorniinUc a Be
fore Ulr!tlon Mnrtln lit.
m-ven (lllllt.
As Rearranged Monday night Jhe
mayor and, new city council met yester
day mqrn)ng for the purpose of organiz
ing. There was little discussion and the
slato was rushed through without any
j difficulty.
I Karly In . the proceedings It appeared
I that John Cavanaugh, une of "the young,
men elected nt the recent election, would
not make the presidency. T. J. Alton,
councilman from the Third ward, was re
turned to the position nnd Henry Hart
nett, councilman from tho Seventh wnrd,
was made president pro tempore.
Cavanaugh won tho chairmanship of tho
Judiciary committee and Hartnett drew
first place on the finance committee.
Williams was the only republican recog
nized with a chairmanship. Ho will head
the commltteo on printing. The council in
its organization is thoroughly democratic,
the two republicans. Williams and Btha,
being an Impotent minority. The follow
Ing Is tho list of commltteo appoint
mcnts:
President J. T." Alton.
President Pro Tern Henry Hartnett.
Flnnnco Commltteo Hartnett, Cnvan
augh. Williams.
Judiciary Committee Cavanaugh, Al
ton. Itlha.
Strets, Alleys and Viaducts Committee
Alton. I.nVelle. Illhn.
Telephone, Balwny and Telegrnph Com
mittee IjiVcIIp, Cnvannugh, Itlha.
Fire and 'Water Committee LaVcllc.
Btehcs, Williams.
Stret Lights Committee Hartnett,
Blches, lllha.
Public Property and Buildings Commit
tee Blches, Blhn, Alton.
Printing Committee Williams, Hart
nett, Blches.
License Commltteo La Voile, Williams,
niha,
Charity Committee Cavanaugh, Hart
nett, Williams.
Police Honnl Meet".
When tho now flro and police- board
reorganized yesterday morntng there was
no change made in the organization ef
fected before election. W. J. Donahuu
was agnln chosen secretnry nnd Mnyor
Hoctor held the lines as exofflclo chair
man of tho board.
Thero was considerable discussion
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Service Station in all Large Cittet
"Axnerlca'a argst
repair bills has been eliminated
ii ,
among tho dliferent mcmbns of t .o
board as to certain changes but Major
Hoctor was Inclined to a postponement
of any radical acts until later It Is
thought that the board will finally es
cape from the Influence of the men who
aro urging It to use Its power In the In
terests of political reprisal.
Tilnrtlit TnkliiK i'linrne.
City Treasurer P. J. Martin nnd his
deputy. E. L. Oustnfeon. assumed their
respective duties yesterday. The day be
gan by tho trnnsfer of city money In
cash from former Treasurer Olllln to
Treasurer Martin., Trips were made to
tho different banking depositories and the
money turned over. Treasurer Martin
signed receipts and then replaced; the
funds back on deposit, lter in the day
Treasurer Martin,, with Assistant City
Attorney 8. L. Winters as counsel, went
Into'the work of chrcklng up tho offlco
and securities.
Treasurer Mnrtln Has given bond for
$W,000, nnd divided the same among tho
South Omaha Insurance men. Deputy
Treasurer E. L. Gustnfson also gave. a
bond of $10.0(10 ta the treasurer. It will
bo some days before tho work of the of
fice ,wlll have been completely checked up.
It Is thought.
Mnulc City Gossip.
John Abemathy of Murray, la.. Is the
guest of bis daughter, Mrs. George A .
Allen, Forty-sixth and Washington
streets.
Miss Grelchen Boeck has returned from
Mynard. Neb., whero she taught school
for the last year.
Tho "Old Maids' Convention" will be
presented by the Home missionary of
tho Vnlted lrcBb.vtcrlan church, at tho
church. Twenty-third nnd H streets,
Thursday evening.
Henry W. Bleser died yesterday nt the
home of his brother, John Bleser, HIS
North Twenty-fifth street. Tho deceased
was a resident of Brush, Colo., whero tho
body wlH be shipped ns soon ns the fu
nernl arrangements have been com
pleted. Henrv Bleser was a member of
tho Elks lodge of Fort Morgan, Colo.
After rending the dally papers yester
day a number of the faithful are groom
ing themselves for positions under Elec
tion Commissioner Hnrley Moorhead. Tho
fact that Commissioner Moorhcnd Inclines
nway from the typo of the ward politician
has so far not cast any shadow In tho
camp of tho ploblters.
John Hlnchey will leave In a few days
for a ten-day sojourn nt Excelsior
Springs. Mo.
Mr. nnd Mrs'. C. E. Cnmpboll have been
visiting with their daughter, Mrs. Perry
Wheeler of this city.
A Viper In the flinmnch
Ir dyspepsia, complicated with liver nnd
kidney troubles. Electric Bitters help all
such cases or no vay. Try them. 50c.
For salo by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise-ment.
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