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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1913.
2 July Clearing Sale In Our Ready-to-Wear Section The garments which we are now clearing out are all high class every single one made to our special order. We invite you to see and compare our values. All the Wool Suits at reduced prices. All the Linen and Ratine Suits at reduced prices. All our Fine Dresses at reduced prices. All our Separate Goats at reduced prices. The Store for Shirt Waists I DODGERS DEFEAT CHICAGOS After losing Ten Straight, They Wallop Cubs, Nine to Two. CUBTIS ALMOST UNHTTTABLE HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH JSTItEETS ricrce nnit Ovrrolt llnmnterril for Seven Apiece Ilenlbncli Check OnntntiRht -Aftrr it U Too 1-nie. Mulhall tdentlUed as one he had made to John A. Mclntyre. secretary of the Na tional Trpothetae. "A grout many men had been brought up from the south to take strikers' placet, but they proved no good to the emplqyera." wrote Mulhall. "Our plan won to get them to go out on strike alio o they would become charges on the unions and help eat up their funds." The report told of an arrangement with employment agencies by which new men could be secured, who were to be fncourased to go on Htrtko as sooh as the labor unions sugctsted It. etalU of the fight against Pearre were brought 0ut through a letter from Mul hall to M. C. Ifoltamsn of Cumberland, J44, dated April 7, lSOd, whloh outlined a plan to "send you all the labor or ganisers you wish, and guarantee all of thtm to bo first class men," to organise the fight against Pearre. (fays Oomvrra Threatened llooserelt. In a letter to Gushing In April, 1909, Mulhall wrote of a conference on March 22, between President Roosevelt and Sam uel aompers, at which the letter said Gompera declared that if labor were not favored moro in legislation It would carry on a campaign to elect tabor men , to congress Mulhall wrote Curttlng that ' he had found In tour of large cities that J the "threat of Mr. aompers was being carried out to the best of his ability," and added that the aompers "labor Waders are doing their utmost to turn the labor organisation Into the Hearst movement In rhltadeiphta." "I am perfectly confident ihat tr. aompers and his labor leadors can be badly beaten the movement I taken hold of In time," Mulhall prophesied, "I know if you tAke hold In the rllfbt way," he concluded, "no moro delegations like the one that called with Ctorapers on the, .resident wilt ever be gotten Up and 1 know that the splendid orgsnlration yotf lisvo got In the Natfpnal Association of Manufacturers can caaljy put those peo ple out of business," ' MulhaU told about making personal visits to Cumberland to lend his Influ ence In the campaign to defeat Congress- rnn Peorra and, one of tho letters he received from his employers, wmcn saiai "We want to do all Wa can to defeat that gentleman, o redouble your eiwni tnd don't get caught," Moncr U J'rsuaslon. "A letter to Mulhall from C. H Holts man at Cumberland sald tljat; the antl Pearre organisation there was costing JM a. day and, 'much periuaelon wai necessary." "Wluu do you mean by persuasion?" isked Senator Jelion. Money," said tho witness crisply. "We lad a large cotcred vote there that needed eelng often," hi explained. "You had to see the colored voters over and over again T" suggested Chair man Overman. . "Yes. sir, The lt fellow who got to em had em on election day." On June H, 1W. Cushlns- wrote to Mul hall telllns him that he could point out that Tearr was "playing both ends against the middle. Gushing" wrote "You ought, to point out to all sueh peoplethat is, those who naturally ought to be against Pearre-how he (a trying to play both ends against the middle,. that he Is attorney- f?r the Baltimore Ohio and could riot excuse himself as A paid employe if he does not oppose leg station when It came- to ft show down, "So while Fearre Is playing, both ends egatnst the middle, perhaps you can play both ends against the middle on your ow.i account." A letter from Holtsman to Mulhall June 24, 190S, urged the latter to help Im mediately raise funds for the final effort to beat Pearre at the primaries. It said that Pearre was working the "labor racket" with great success and that tho "federal office holders are supplying the, money," In July, lpos, Mulhall began to write and receive letters about campaigns In Pennsylvania congressional districts and he wrote to crushing! "It might be of some interest to you to show you what the tiompers people arc doing In this state. They have nomL rutted President Thomas D. Nicholas for the Tenth congreeslonal district of Penn sylvania on the democratic ticket, and I should predict now unless there Is very good work done In that district, we wilt have a red hot agitator In the next con gress. There are about 40,000 miners in that district, and Nicholas Is their ideal, ttesldcs John Mltcholl is pledged to come In to that district and work for the demo cratic ticket. "I hope Mr, Sherman 'and the repub lican congressional cpmmUtee will get busy in the near future," Mulhall said the Mr. Bherman referred tc was tho late Vice president. Some of the congressmen who Mulhall said were on the "Compere blacklist" were given In a letter from him to Cush- Ink as follows: 'The principal parties that he will at- tempt to defeat this fall will be Chair man Jenkins of the house Judiciary com mlttee, Speaker Cannon, Congressman Oalsetl of the Pittsburgh district In this state and Congressman Wttlefteld of Maine." Correspondence submitted dealt at length with Mulhall's efforts in behalf of the National Association of Manufac turers to bring about the re-election of. Congressman Charles EL Uttleflaid of Maine and to defeat tho present oni Kressman,. Daniel MeGUHcuady. Real Union Service at Franklin, Ind, Form of Ecg&na A Method of Home Trct want that b Yry ''Effective. There Is probably no other remedy o weii xnown as . n. u. ror tne piooa. 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The only reason why anyone should sot try to sell you 8. & tt Is the larva profit made on something' cheaper, from crude drug. Beware of any attempt to persuade you io puy omewing' in place or a. h. m m mm nmmtm mi. Mas.Witfsiow's Roothiko Stac hti Xxta WO'nmKS for tltelr CMILOXEN WUILM TZUTMNO. with PERFECT BUCCKSSL 11 BOQTIIKtVthe CHILI). KOVTSNtt the QVU6. BltOOKLYN, July 14. After losing ten ntrnlght games tho Brooklyns cut loose today and batted out a victory over Chi cago, 9 to 2. They hammered Pierce ond Overall for seven hits apiece, Iteulbach checking the onslaught after It was too late. Curtis pltchcdy erratic ball, giving eight bases on balls. He was almost un hlttabla, however, allowing only three scattered safeties, One of these was a triple by . Wl)llarns In the third, with Plcrco on .first, the result of a base On balls. Mitchell opened the seventh with a single and then Curtis passed two men. Ooortel batted for Overall and fouled out. Williams forced Bresnahan, spring Mitchell and Evert) grounded out. The Brooklyns actually won the game In tho third, when they landed on Pierce and Overall for five htts which, with two errors, scored five runs. Daubert led the batting with two doubles and two singles and four trips to the plate. A peculiar feature of the game was that the twenty four Chicago putouts were divided among. three men. Evers and Corrlden had a busy day around second, accepting twen ty-four out of twenty-elx chances. Cut- sntiw was also active around second. Score: ' Chic asro o o i n urooklyn ...,,,,,,,.0 2 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 10 0-3 3 0 0 0 o Left on baHHS! CMmun . TlrnnWIvn Two-base Ititst Whent, Daubert (8). Three-base hiti Williams. First base on errors) Chlcogo. 1; Brooklyn, 3. stolen bases; Leach, Smith. Double playst Cor rlden, Evers and Saler: Corrlden and Haler. Bases on balls. Off Pierce, 1; off Curtis, I. Struck outi By Curtis, 3. Hits: Off Fierce. 7 In Ivn lnnln it,nn ... 'i'.L ? 9?.! 7 ln tour Innings; Iteulbach, 1 in two Innings. Time: lift. Umpires: Brennan and Kaaon. Pirates Lose to Braves, .i10,N' u-WtUburgh'B winning if 'h'. consovuuve games woa fSSl i, Cost0'1 ln.tt.,Pltclwrs batUe to. ila? by a score of 2 to 1. Perdu pitcning was of the best and errorless ffi'uW hl,n- Adinis 1CKS lilt than I'ltllhurvh rnnrl h.if tiihA 0UUh 'pn'm?. Connelly, lifted a ? . "L6! ,n. alr d a strong westerly wind helped carry It over the right Held u( a. iiuiiio run. Boston's second run came In the soventh when Sweeney singled and went to third on , sacrifice hit by Myers, rtn- enItaridens Infield hit. Pittsburgh rallied in tho eighth, but after one run had been scored, mainly by the batting of pinch hitting, lnciudlnjr Honus Waner. who returned to Uit game after a long absence. Perdue set- Jivi u riBrV,a Slruclh oul in8 next thre men. Otis' Clymer played hie first gamo tor Boston today. Score: -jrreiuiiOH. BOSTON. Aft. If fl A W an VlOI. Ih 4 A 1 1 1 fcraM I mm A t A A oirr. if. ... 4 o t i ouoDome. ibi o e i e norameri, o l i ODtTlIn, ... 0 0 0 0 0 Put Wr, . .. 1 4 l iconntllr. If. 4 1 8 0 Miller, ib.., 4 e t l sntut, it,... t i t e o MoO'rthr. Ibl 1 1 I iun ii. . I a niiinon. p. e e a o tturieeii, iiuii Oplsmsn. v.. a Q A A lit;.. ,i v X i X .4.,n."' ? o eriiuiM. p... e e e e assr.::: 1 1 1 "-"111 m...- ........ I imuii,,i,M mil 1 I Battsd for MoDonold In tho eighth. FBANKLIN, Ind.. July ll-"Wo Have been preaching Christian union for years u is time wa were taking some practical steps toward cultivating the spirit of union," declared Judge H. C, uarnett in the Tabernacle Christian church here yesterday. Ha then propose mat ne enure congregation go across tho street to the Presbyterian church and worship as an evidence of good .will and ChrUttan brotherhood. AH of the 30 members of the Uon fell In with the plan and, headed by the pastor, the Ilev. William J. Wright, crosses, to tne otner cmiroh, where they re given hearty welcome. The two congregation joined in singing "Blest Be the Tie That Blnde Qur Hearts In Phrl. uan Mver ana tne Presbyterian pastor, the Rev. W. B. Tyler, Insisted on the Tabcrnaclo pastor assisting in the service. Both congregations wers so well nim.A with the plan thftt several ot the leaders said simitar visits to other churches would follow. HYMENEAL PoTrrll-Cross. rAinilUrtY. Neb.. July 14.-.fHnf.it - Mies EthtJ B. Cross and Chorlea M. Powell, both youna people of this city, were recenUy married at the Christi.n 1arepnoe In. Penvw. The bride is a aaugaur of Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Croee of this city nnd the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Powell. He was raised n . Hastings, Neb. Mr. and Mr. Powell nf-ve. gone to housekeeping in Denver, Persistent Advertising is tho itoad to Big Jltturna, Batted for McCarth? n the I Shth Ban i for Hyatt in the T eighth. 8" Tgted for filmon In the eighth. -.uaiisa jor Auoms in itie eif ntn. msirr o I U n H Twq.baea hlt Adams. Home runt 1 v Auams, a in seven inmnsa. wacrince hit! Myers. Stolen basts: Clymer. Butler. Loft on bases: Pittsburgh. 8: Boston, 4. Basse on balls: Off Adams. 1, Base on error) Boston. Struck, put: By Perdue, ; by Adams, i. Time: int. Umpires: JUgleir and. Byon. I'ltiuiea Detent Cnrda. time, the score being S to 3. The cham pions hammered Um Cincinnati pitcher hard In the foprth and plied up a four run lead. Johnson replaced Benton In the fifth with Hereof? on third and none out. and after yermlttlng Herxog ti score on n. wild pitch he held the locals to onno hit, striking, out five men. Mar- qusru was nii raiiicr iiccdi vui- , good control. Ho kept the visitors hits well seattered until tne ninui inn ni when Cincinnati closed strong, making two runs on four hit. The hitting of Murray and Marannn nnd tho fielding ot flrnh frnturvd the (rams. Score: Cincinnati 1 00000002-3 New York O 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 -fi Two-base hit: Snodgross. Three-base hits: Devore, Miurray. Sacrifice fly. Meyers. Left on bases: New York, 5: Cincinnati, 4. Double plays: Oroh'and HobllUeil; uoyio ana Aierxio. uascs on balls: Off Benton. 2: off Johnson, 1. Struck out: By Marquard, 2; by Benton, li by Johnson. 6. Wild pitches: 'By Ben ton, li hv Jnhnnon. 1. lilts: Off Benton. I in four Innings (none out In firth);,. off Johnson, 1 in lour innings, -iime; Umpires. KIcm and Orth. v , SHAMROCKS ciFEfT.HE ' PLATTSMOUTH .TEAM, 5 TO 4 The Shamrocks won from trio Platts m'outh Boosters, ln a ten-lnnlng game yes lllterday with a' score of 4 to 6. ( The game was well played throughout, and wjille both pitchers were hit freely, both were ablo to strike out men at crit ical times, Fletcher for the Bhamrocka striking out twelve and Conner for Plattsmouth eleven. . . The features of the game wero the fielding of Ryan at first and lilts and base running of Sullivan, who made three hits out ot four times up and a total ot five stolen bases. Score; B.H.E. Shamrocks ...I 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 l- 1 12 Plattsmouth .0 0 1 0 0 0 8 0 0-4 1 8 NEW RECORD NONSTOP FLIGHT WITH PASSENGER CHATEAU DUN. .France, July'l4.-A record nonstop flight with a passenger was mads yesterday by Lieutenant Adolphe Leopold Varctn of the French army aviation corps, who, accompanied by Sapper Chnpeau of the .engineer corps, flew direct from Pau to this city, a dis tance of 3C0ii miles. HARNESS RACES AT ' PITTSBURGH POSTPONED ; . . i i . PITTS.BUnOf I. Pay July 14 Alt events for the opening day ot the second week of thd grand circuit races at Brun'ot's Island here, we're this morning postponed because of the heavy track. Boy Falls from HighEmbanljmeiit ST. tfXuti.' Minn.. JUly HrPWhen the Wind filled the 'UcCl of Kowat-d pau). 18 yeera old, he Jurhped'aftipjl.t apd plunged. over a pixty-five-foo.t embapKment , at this end of' thp For(rSnetUng bridge, yes terday, It is bolleved ,he will die. DEATH RECORD. Mrs, Anna M- Shannon, PLATTSMOUTH,, -Nob:, Jujy 14, 8rr clal) Mrs. Anna M, Shepnon. aged widow of he late Joseph O. Shannon of this Ity died M the homo of -her daughter, Mrs. Virginia MoVlcker, Saturday and her funeral occurred . Sunduy afternoon from tho Methodist church. Mrs. Shan non was over SO years of age, death being caused from a stroke at paralysis. She leaves two daughters and one eon, the daughters .'.bclnc Mrs. J. VI Leetlay and -Mrs. MoVlcker of this" city and"h'er Hon,1 0 Ci Shanho; ot Columbus, Neb., Mrs, Shannon had been s. resident of Plattsmouth for thlrty-pne years, and was most, htlghly esteemed by all who knew her, .p!I1VAPBPIlJAt ;,u,' 14.-Phlodetphta beat St. Louis by the score of 3 to 1 in a Pitching duel between Rlxey and Harmon IK 5 tTCiT 4)hlt nn u run in the f rst Inning on Catchers' sln Sle. his beating out of Tllxey's throw on oafces bunt and an error by Dotan. Becker's home run. over the rlghtfleld Xa". H?"1."8 .00r ln lna fourth Inning. Fast fielding by both teams prevented urmr nrpnntr until tne nintn inning. Then KlStifer singled and reached second ahead of Harmon's throw on Itlxey'a ount, out ne was forced at third on tiecucrs ount Knaoe'a single filled the bases and Lobert's lnnl ncnrnl mv. In the first eight Innings Philadelphia did not have a man left on the bases. Score; nir. ujvm. rmUAVBuriUA. AD. It. O A H. AD.H.O.A.B. Ut. Ib... 4 0 1 I CBscktr. l...4 I I e e cstiwrs, it,, i tie oiub, ik... 4 i i it 0ks, tt. . ITS Othlwrt, 10. -.4 1 t I 0 Vhltlcd, Ib. 4 t I 4 epttktrt, cf.. 10 19 0 X'BMtbr. b I 0 t OCrnTiih, (,. HIM crn rl,...i e s e AiMrv. ib, i u i a )Vnt I 1 t QDolin. ..,.! e 3 1 I rrUry, if, I a.3 OKIllltsr, ... i 1 1 I I lUrmon, p.. I 0 0 I 04tUr, .p..,. I M Totsls II rail Tottt....is"i V li One out when winning run was scored. St Louis ., ,1 0000000 0-1 Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 12 TWP-oae nits i cather. Whltted. Home runt Becker. Double plays I Robert to Luderut, Dclan to. Knabo to Luderus. Left on bases: St. Louts, 6; Philadelphia. a. ubssb on oaiis, uir uarmon, it oil Blxey, 2. Base on errors! St. Louie, 1 Struck otltt Hv Harmon. 1; hv TUtav. T Tlmei liGO. Umpires: qulgley and Kmslle. (illtiitH Slake U Sovrn, NEW YORK. Jlllv U TJ.w Tnrtc featod Cincinnati for ,the seventh straight Knnr Men Hurt In Auto Upset., aniNNBLL, la.. July..:H.-(epqclat.)- An aulornobllo driven ai a high rato ,6't spceu aooui iv o ciock eaturaay nignt a few miles northeast of this city .burst a tiro and Plunged Into tho ditch, . se verely Injuring four young men In the car. Tqm Bradley, owner and driver, was severely cut about the head. Carl Creamer, a young lawyer, had two ribs broken and ;was badly cut about the back of the head, Charles -Manly 'had his left arm-.broken near 'the wrist. Ray Helshman.bad hU iaW. broken', and' pos sibly otficr'aeVero Jnjutlei; ,1f' was taken to the. hospital at, pes Moines Sunday morning-. Thr young men were returning tYOm ft Ylslt io Maicom, Accused of lClillnnr Ilusbnnd. ATLANTA. Go.. July 14. Mrs. Marv nne crawrora. m years old, was ar- I. Omaha's Home Me Charter -Franohises What is in it what Ib not in it what it means. Although U will bo two or throe months before tho neoDto can voto on tho now homo rujo charter for Oumha, thore U danger that their Judgment may dq warpea or prejudiced by mlpluformstion and falBe pUtementa dU- semmatod by Ito .opponents. To let the Deonle know lust what la in th charter, and .what U not In Jt -what clmnEes It la intended to brinir about nnd what It la not Intended to do The Bee will from time to time explain I I r . , t no uuicreuv lOftluroB. The aaoertlon U being made that the new charter "contains" no nro. Tlslona for the control and'regulajtton ot publle service corpora tione, which aro nauiy nceaed." This assertion Is either born of Ignorance, or wilful perversion. The homo rule charter gives the city absolute control and regulation of all public service corporations,'1 This power may be exercised through mo cQunwi or turecuy By me people, themselves, by initiative, in add - tlon the charter. itaeU, eatabllsb'ea certain regulations whloh the neonle have long in vain demanded. , i For example, it cuts down the maximum price that may be charged for gas from f 1.15 per 1,000 oub'ia feet to lj for water from 36 cents a 1,000 gallons to 85 centa a 1,000 gallona; for electric light from 14 cents, a kilowatt hour to 11 cents a kilowatt hour; compels the street car com panf to par for paving, not only between the rails, aa now. but also be tweon the tracks, and one foot on each aide ot its outer rails, It limits new franchises to twenty-one years, prohibits assignment to foreign cor porations not subject to state court Jurisdiction, makee the present 8 per cent tax a minimum and provides for full financial publicity, not only for chocking up the tax, but Jo forrafl-maklng. , The charter provide, further, that the city may acquire by purchasu or condemnation, and operate itself or by lease, any or all the publto utility services, and issue any necessary amount of bpnds to pay for them, aub Ject, of course, to the approving vdte of the people. 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