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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD
WON 4 GAMES
During these hot days you want something
that is cooling, appetizing and invigorating
Beaneaters Capture Honor
Without a Single Defeat.
Last Game 3 to 1.
EVERS HITS SEND
QUAKERS TO DEFEAT
Great Crowd Watches Game De
spite Athletics Poor Showing
In Previous Game.
Fenway Park, Boston, Oct. 13 The
Boston Braves this afternoon won the
1914 world's championship. They de
feated the Athletics by a score of 3 to
1, and thus performed the unpreced
ented feat of winning a world's series
in four straight games. With this feat
they earned more than ever their title
of the Miracle Men. Having risen
from the bottom of the National Lea
gue to first place between July and
September, the great victory of the
Braves is a fitting climax to the most
wonderful season a baseball team ever
enjoyed. To two pitchers goes the
credit for the defeat of the Athletics.
Rudolph and James get the credit for
the quartet of victories.
Both of Rudolph's were clean-cut,
the last coming today. James won a
sensational game Saturday, holding
the Athletics to two hits. He then got
credit for yesterday's game, relieving
Tyler when the score was tied. From
start to finish the Braves have out
hit, outgamed, outgeneralled and out
guessed the Athletics. Their infield
overshadowed the famous ?100,000 in
field of Mack. Connie Mack showed
everything he had and lost. He re
lied on his veterans, Bender and
Blank, in the first two games and they
fell; then he turned to the youngsters
and Bush went down yesterday and
Shawkey and Pennock today.
The Braves put their game away
this afternoon in the fifth inning, af
ter two men were out. Rudolph smart
ed the rally and won his own game
with a single. Moran followed with a
double, and when Evers shot one to
"safe territory both Rudolph and Mo
ran dashed across.
Rudolph did not pitch as great a
game today as that of last Friday, but
it was good enough to beat the Ath
letics. He was hit steadily up to the
fifth inning. One safe blow was reg
istered oft" his delivery i.i r..h of the
first three innings. In the fourth and
fifth he was touched for two hits. Only
Shawkey's double, however, in the
fifth, after Barry had singled, scored
a run. In the next four inning only
12 men faced Rudolph. He fanned six
men during the entire game.
The luck was against young Shaw
key. He held the Braves h'tless three
innings , and the got only a scratch
hit in the fourth. This resulted in a
tying run, however, and in the next
session the game was put away.
The Braves were carried off the
field on the shoulders of wildly cheer
ing fans. The Athletics got away as
quickly as possible. Thousands then
jammed the field before the Braves'
bench, giving rousing cheers for Presi
dent Gaffney, Stalling, Evers, Gowdy,
the hitting heroes of the series, and
other members of the team.
' Stalling? and Gaffney delivered
short speeches. The Royal Rooters'
Band played "Tessie" and all Boston
took the lid off.
Athletic? Murphy was cut, Evers
to Schmidt Oldring was out on a high
foul to Gowdy. The Athletics were
kitting at the first ball pitched by Ru
dolph. Collins singled over second.
Baker flied out to-Whitted. No runs.
Boston Baker threw out Moran.
Evers was also out, Eaker to Mcln
nis, who made a nice pickup of Bak
er's low throw. Connolly flied out to
Oldring. No runs.
Athletics Deal threw out Mcln
nis, making a nice one-hand stop of
Mclnnis slow roller. Walsh doubled
to left field fence. Connolly misjudg
ed the ball. Maranville threw out
Barry, Walsh going to third. Schang
fanned. No runs.
Boston Whitted flied out to Old
ring. It was a wickedly hit ball but
Oldring was in the way. Shawkey
threw out Schmidt: Gowdy walked.
Barry took Maranville's grounder and
tossed to Collins, forcing Shawkey.
No runs. .
Athletics Shawkey struck out on
three pitched balls. Deal threw out
Murphy; Deal took the ball near the
bag and had to make a snap throw to
get the-'nmner. Oldring- singled to
center-?or:hjs first 4irtr-of the series.
He was out stealing, Gowdy to Mar
anville. No runs.
Boston Deal flied out to Oldring.
Rudolph was out, Barry to Mclnnins.
Barry also threw out Moran. No runs.
Athletics Evers threw out Collins.
Umpire Byron cautioned the Boston
player for coaching on the bench. Ba
ker singled through Schmidt. The ball
took a wicked bound and struck
Schmidt on the body. Play was stop
ped for a minute until Schmidt recov
ered. Mclnnis singled to right, Ba
ker going to third. Mclnnis was out
trying to stretch his hit, Connolly to
Deal to Eevers. Walsh fanned. No
Boston Evers walked. Connolly
was out, Collins to Mclnnis, Evers go
ing to second. A double play was in
sight but Collins momentarily juggled
the ball. Whitted got an infield- hit
which bounced off Collins' leg. He was
hurt and play was stopped. Evers
took third on the play. Evers scored
on Schmidt's slow roller to Barry, who
threw the runner out at first. 1 he in
field ivas playing deep for a double
play. Whitted reached second on the
play. Shawkey threw out Gowdy.
Athletics Barry got an infield hit,
his first of the series. Evers threw
out Schang, Barry going to second. It
was an attempted hit and run play.
Barry scored on Shawkey's double to
the left field fence. Evers threw cut
Murphy, Shawkey going to third. Old-
ring fanned. One run.
Boston Barry threw out Maran
ville. Deal was out, Baker to Mclnnis.
Rudolph singled to center. Moran dou
bled to left, Rudolph reaching third.
Rudolph and Moran scored on Evers
single over second. Evers was picked
off first, Shawkey to Mclnnis. Two
Athletics Collins out, Maranville
to Schmidt, a real wonderful play. The
ball shot over second base but Maran
ville got in back of the bag and scor
ed a great assist. Baker fouled to
Deal. Mclnnis out, Maranville- to
Schmidt No runs. ;- ,
Boston Pennock replaced Shawkey
on the mound for the Athletics. Mann
bats in place cf Connolly. Mann lined
to Walsh. Whitted singled over third.
Schmidt singled through Collins,
Tied. "On -anattempUicl TJoublo -steal
the bill. Its
Schmidt was run down, Schang to Mc
lnnis. No runs.
Athletics Walsh walked. Walsh
took ceeond on n wild nireh. Barry
fanned and Walsh was doubled at sec
ond, Gowdy to Evers, a very fast and
brilliant play. Schang fanned. No
Boston Maranville out, Collins to
Mclnnis. Deal out, Baker to Mclnnis.
Rudolph walked. Moran fouled to Ba
ker. No runs.
Athletics Pennock out, Evers to
Schmidt. Murphy flied to Mann. Old
ring flied to Evers. No runs.
Boston Evers fanned. Mann out,
Collins to Mclnnis. Whitted walked.
Witted stole second. Whitted went to
third on a passed ball. Schmidt fan
ned. No runs.
Athletics Collins fanned. Baker out
Evers to Schmidt. Mclnnis out, Deal
AB. R. H. ). A. .
E. Murphy, rf . . . . . 4 0 0 0 0 0
Oldring, If 4 0 1 3 0 0
Collins, 2b 4 0 1 1 4 0
Baker, Sb 4 0 1 1 6 0
Mclnnis, lb 4 0 1 13 0 0
Walsh, cf. ........ 2 0 1 1 0 0
Barry, ss 3 1 1 0 5 0
Schang, c 3 0 0 3 0 0
Shawkey, p 2 0 1 0 2 0
Pennock, p 1 0 0 0 1 0.
Totals 31 1 7 24 18 ,'o
AB.R. JI.X a R'
Moran, rf. .4''1 0 - 0
Evers, 2b. . : V-Q 0
Connolly, If. ...,.;..;2 0 .j6 .p'-rl 0
Mann, If 2 0 ,-0 1, 0 0
Whitted, cf. 3 0-2 1 0 0
Schmidt, lb. 4 0 1 12 0 0
Gowdy, c. . ... 2 0 0,8 2 0
Maranville, ss. 3 0 0- 1 3 , 0
Deal, Sb. 3 00.1 4 0
Rudolph, p:'. 2 110 0 0
Totals 28 3y 6 27 16 0
- Innings ; 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 T.
Phila .. ......0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Boston . 0 0012000 x 3
Two-base hits Walsh, Shawkey,
Moran. Hits Off Shawkey, 4 in 5 in
nings; off" Pennock 2 in 3 innings;
Stolen base Whitted. Double' play
Gowdy to Evers. 'Let t on 'bascJ-T-Philadeiphia"
4; Bostd"tf5. "First; base
foam is like the snow and it's as pure as the
IDEAL is the best drink made.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO.
on balls Shawkey 2, Pennock 2, Ru
dolph 1. Struck out By Pennock 3,
by Rudolph 7. Passed ball Schang.
Wild pitch--Rudolph. Time of game
1 hour and 4D minutes.
Umpires Plate, Byron; bases, Till -debrand;
left field, Klem; righ field,
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News From The County Seat
By Miss Hermine Kiehne.
Jackson, Oct. 10.
We regret to state that our towns
man, Robert Sawyer, is seriously ill at
the hom of Mrs. Lilly Walther at the
Cape wehcre he was taken several days
ago in order to be near his attending
The Mary and Martha society of the
Evangelical . church:' at their mooting
yesterday completed arrangements for
a coffee .bazaar' to be held in tic
Schmuke building next to the post
pfficVon Friday, October 16.
,Albert Kdufmann, of Oak Ridge, js
in tovn";visiting his parents, Mr. and
Ms. peo'rge Kaufmann.
- The. -Methodist Sunday school? will
haye .a, rally day November 8.
' Miss Clara Mueller will leave Mon
day.; for , -visit in St. Louis. V v
.' Mrs. H.'Voges, Jr afld'iehildren. and
Mrs. M. 'y.Qges will go to Tilsit today
to visit the .family of Ben Rudert.-
' Miss Ka'raijt Olfen of Denmark, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Belgium.
"The Jackson high school foot ball
team will go to Charleston next week
Thursday or Friday. -
The heavy rains the last few d;ys
have made those streets in town which
are being worked, almost impassable.
Yesterday the horse which was' MU li
ed to ; the ' Muelle . butcher cart got
mired in the ditch-which ' has been
made to lay water' pipes in West Jack
son "and it took almost two hours of
hard work to dig it out.
The big road ditehef . is now work,
ing on east Main street; " . . ". , ' ."
Mrs. Mollie Miller of Cape Giiar
deau, has been visiting Mrs. Lou
Green, left for her home today.
The Jackson Branch R. R. missed
connection at Allonville this morning,
therefore no mail for us at noon.
County Court met in extra session
this morning to inquire into the case
of Miss Cllie Pace of Cape G:rardeau,
and adjudged her insane. She vill be
taken to the Farmington asylum.
Mrs. Nora Hazeltine of Logansport,
Ind., has come to be at the bedside of
her fr.ther, R. Sawyer.
The stockbreeders' and corn show
people are holding a meeting here to
day to decide on the date of their fall
The stock sale here today has
drawn quite a crowd of peoplo and the
stock exhibited is selling well.
Robert Voges of Cape Girardeau, is
visitir.g the family of Oliver Rurpcl.
The World's Temperance Union ral
ly day will be observed here Novem
ber 1. Mrs. Daisy Poe will arrange a
program for the day and hopes to
have Rev. Lawson of the Cap? Pres
byterian church, to address the meet
ing. John Mc Williams, prosocut;r.g at
torney of Benton, Mo., is in Jackson
Alb?rt M. Spradling, attorney, leav
es for .Chaffee this evening on a busi
Jackson,. Oct. 14. .
Th-? remains of R. M. Sawyer, who
died at Cape Girardeau last Monday,
were brought, ito the family home at
Jackson- yesterday morning, and the
funeral will be from there tomorrow
afternoon at half past two. Services
at the Methodist church. By the death
cf .Mrl Sawyer, Jackson-loses one of
its best and most respected. citizens
and a host of friends will miss this
kind and genial gentleman. , Our sym
pathy goes out to the bereaved family.
Miss Lena Sohlig.'a trained nurse in
the Deaconess hospital in St. Louis,
who has Been visiting her mother and
other relatives here, returned to St.
Jake Brennecke, a prosperous farm
er" west of town, transacted business
in Jackson yesterday.
Born to Alfred Green and wife, Oct.
12, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Ells, who were mar
ried in St. Louis recently, expect to
make thejrjipme inJckson.MrElls
is" criipToyetTBy ' "Goodwin & Jean.
Mrs. Julian Miller cf the Cape, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Annie Lim
baugh. Mrs. J. Sawyer and Mrs. Price Mat
thews of Fruitland, are in town shop
ping. 0!ga Meyer anil Charles Sandrr,
both of Jackson, were married in the
parlor of the Idanha hotel at the Cape
yesterday, Rev. Carnctt of the Jack
son Baptist church, officiating. The
young couple have gene on a wedding
trip and on their return will make
their home with the parents of the
groom, Mr. and Mrs. Wn. Sander.-,
near Snider's mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wessoll er.ter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Will Wagner at
J. R. Bowman will go to Advance
L. C. Hoffmeister served as juror
in the Federal Court at the Cape this
The funeral of W. C. Iller, who
lied at his home at Tilsit Sunday, was
held at that place yesterday. Mr.
Biers who was 71 years old at the
lime of his death, is survived by his
widow, one son and two daughters.
Our hgh school foot ball t.m was
victorious in the game with the Per
ryvillc high school team at Perryville
Monday. The score being 13-6 in fa
vor of Jackson. Our. boys expect to
go to the Cape to play the high school
team of that place next Friday. -
Mrs. Linder Miller of west of Jack
son, is in town shopping.
Miss Magdalene Grosmann is assist
ing her brother, Charles, in his store
of electrical supplies.
The Jackson Literary club will meet
with Mrs. Will Heyde Thursday after
noon. The entertainment . tendered Rev.
Pitcher of the A. . M. E. church by
members of . his congregation was a
""Mrs.Eli Abernathy, who has been
visiting relatives in St. Louis, return
Mrs. Spivey, who has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. Helmkamp, and
other relatives here, returned to her
home in Valley Park Monday.
Miss Hulda Volkert returned yester
day from a visit with relatives at Oak
Rev. M. D. Collins of the Catholic
church, delivered a lecture on our
Phoenician Ancestors at the Normal
college at the Cape Vesterday morn
ing. , Rey1'CoJljns..wiJl Jeave Sunday
af ferhoorfon" a lecture rip"and will re
turn later in the week.
Mr. A. R. Byrd of San Antonio, Tex.
was in town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCombs will
entertain Mr. and Mrs. Sauer of Bar
tic3vi!!e, O'k.'a., at a six o'clock dinner
Miss Lenora Kerstner has gone to
Gordonville to visit relatives.
J. P. Mabrey received a card from
Rev. Jenkins, saying his son would le
operated on for appendicitis at the
Baptist hospital in St. Louis today.
C. W. Hoffmeister went to Allenviile
DeWit.t Sawyer and son, Cecil, of
Poplar Bluff, came to attend the funer
al of R. M. Sawyer.
Dr. Nienstedt and wife are enter
taining Mrs. Nienstedt's father, Mr.
The little son of Wm. Wessell of
Gordonville, who fell from a tree
Sunday had both limbs broken and re
ceived other serious injuries, is report
ed doing as well as can be expected.
BRINKOPF STORE EXPANDS
In order to meet the demands of his
constantly increasing business, Al
Brinkopf has found it necessary to
construct extensive additions to his
big, store building on Broadway, and
workmen are at this time busily en
gaged in making the required im
provements. The addition is to be of brick con
struction and when completed will be
three stories high, forty feet in length
and the full width of the present build
ing. The first floci of the addition will be
used as a display room for stoves; the
second floor will serve as a work room
and the upper floor will be occupied as
a storage room for unopened stock.
With this capacity, Mr. Brinkopf
will be prepared to meet every re
quirement of a thoroughly equipped
establishment in the line of household
He will not only be given greater
opportunity for satisfactory display
of his goods, but he will also be en
abled to carry a complete stock in the
various lines comprehended his busi
ness. The work is being pushed rapidly,
and when completed he will have one
of the most complete and up-to-date
institutions of its kind in this section
of the stato.
Henry Schwoon and R. B. Tweedy of
St. Louis, arcin. tieCape.on. aJausi