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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1913. CM AND PHfl&BREAK EVEN Wind Up Season's Series by Dividing aUouble-Header.. , No Wonder Mutt is Always Abusing Him Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher i V ALEXANDER BLANKS OHIOAQO flood Control by fierce nnd Ilnnl Xlnltlnsr,OlTe Home Team Second Game br Score of Fife . CHICAGO. Scpti 22. Chicago .and Philadelphia, wound Up their season's series today by dividing a double-header, Alexander, who was routed .by the.locals In the first game on 8unday, was good, nought to shut them out In the opener today, timely batUng off Humphries gtv Ing Philadelphia iv Mo-0 victory. Good control by Plerco. and hard batting gave Chicago the .second 'game, 6 td 1, Chalmers proving. Ineffective. The rc cult of the' game leave the locals still three games behind Philadelphia In the struggle for second' place. Seconds by Doolan and Knabe, com bined with two outs, gave Philadelphia a run Tn the third' lnnlhg6f the first gafrie: Lobert'a three-bagger and Alagee's slrig'le netted "the second.' . ' ' ' In the second game Mage 6 drove a lined Into,' &e stand in left field, (bid reached third before the ball, which 'had bounded out, 'hair been fielded In. The visitors argued that the hit should be counted as' a Wome tiin, and Umpire Emslle finally allowed their claim. 'The Philadelphia lead1 was short-lived, h'dwover, and a strbhg rally In tho flfih,-sixth and' sev enth 'reninds save the locals five f runs. Brennan succeeded" Chalmers and shut out Chicago In the eighth. Scots, ff let came; ' t HtUjCSCLTIIIA. CICCAOO. AB.H.O.A-. . AD1H.O.A.B. Knb, tb... J 4 t SLfMt, ef.. 4 0 a 0, UttUt. sf... 4 lit tEitn, 2&...i S 1 .4-0 iun, ,.. e a ,o winrm hi 1 j o i tUtte. If. . J 1 1 0 OZImrroin, lb 4 1 0 3 0 Onr.tli. rf.H 2 0 0 lBclir. lb.... 4 S Is 10 Idrrm, lb, 4 0 1 1 0(lod. !..... 4 100 Doolan, . .1 1 i 0 lllHSwell, . 1 1 ( 4 1 Kllllftr, e... I I I I cnrt.n'hm. el 0 2 2 0 rhaimfre. p:: t i t ortwc. p... o a i o niriunt, r. i o o j -e CftH .m 1 0 9 0 0 ToUU U SSTIS 1 i t TolU:....t I U 11 2 Batted for Chalmers in seventh. Philadelphia ..., OlOfrOOOO 0-1 Chlcor.i, 0 0 0 0 1 J104 Thre-bae hit! Evcrs. Homo run: Mafce'ei , Hltsr Off Chalmers, 9 In sovan Innings. Sacrifice hltr Pierce. Btolen taitR. Williams. Double .plays;. Brid well to fivers to Safer; Zimmerman .to Hrld netl 'to Saler: Knabe to liuderus.- Ieft, oi Basr, Philadelphia, o: Chicago,, 7. Bases on balls: Off Chalmers, 2; off Hrennen. U ott Pierce, V Hit by pitched , ball: By Chalmers, EVersl .by Pierce, Magee. Struck out: By Pierce, ,2; by Chalmess. 1. Wild pitches:7 Pierce. (S), Timer' 1140. Umpires; O'Da nnd Emslle,' rnnUoLvuu . . cmcAQoT . , A'n.ll.O.A.B. , AU.ll.O.A.E. Knfc, ... 4 111 0Lch, tt.., 4 110 0 ntr.tfcr, ct.. 4 0X0 OKnn, lb.... I 1 3 I ) Irtbifrt, Sb, . 4 1 1 0 0 Williams, III I II 0 1 Uini, H... 4 1 4 0 OXItnrmnn, tb I 0 1 1 0 CrtMtb; rf.. 4 0 I 0 Blr. lb.... 4 114 0 1 Hidlnu. lb. 4 111 0 DO&od, rf I 0 4 0 0 DooUn, t 0 4 onridwfll, ,.;J a 1 I..p Doofi. e J 1 e 8CrrlJn, 1 m'O-.O o 16- u&sAer, p I o o s OArehtr. c',. a ,o l 3 I J Humph.", pl0 0 ..R- 0 Tftaii M 7 XT IS O'Mlller 10 0 o ,0 TDaunwtt a m v y v Toui.';...Ti'iTj5:jl stted for BridVcll in eighth. ait tnr WUIIatau In ninth. Mtelpitte .w.....o 1 o i ? ? 4M w..U....e 1.0 V0b4vse hits: Ec4. I-ach. Three. bltt LOBK. Otitic BUSIfciJSOin u. iitolAit bajtos: M4Ufe.i VKI tib jly: lioolftM t. Knabe to TtWier. trx on iMtses: .rniipn, . k mu rt. mm: utr w mu mi fat ilMiiLHAar. 9. KIT; 1:28. Vmvtrec pr n4 Ems)(. , . TTH. Bent. Kaatan rmide 1U the .ultw iMlnflHwMte. HtfiLottiC plsl. Hefs'Wss stronif In all but t the jMossid lnnfrur- win M. Ixiuls rat Its oraf,.UUy. .Boston score thrre rvnisln. iner iirs, inainv wnnsm a niu in nun CAR wg-$axo MAS TAMIL Y TEADS1 South Offlftha: Wbl Jetter 2502 K Strwt. 1 n c f VMf Yoo 1HNT rtA TKIN6 N L6T ovcodA ru. YoiW A OH, X X ier 4N A..Ufs tSh utfii Trie HS Xo curve Inning, after two passes and an error filled the, bases Qriner gave way to TrekelJ who was fairly effective, but ro- 'celved ragged support. Score: , , . nr. wmi!.f ' . bo8t6w.? L , ' AH.H.O.A.B. .tiAD.lt.i O.A.B. Qulnltn. ut., 4 0 2.0'0tmnTll,'U.l t I, 0 M ibis 1 1,4 3 Mann. (.... o 1 0 o , 3b. 4 10-1 13WnI, il 4 3.1,1 5 liUlllDfrf MwAr, Olkll. tU,,.'4 0 J 0 IKehmIS WMtUd. lb. 4 Oil 1 OZIOn, ct 4 0 10 0 Dck, u... tOtl JOrlMtb, rf., 40100 Miller It., ..,4 1 t 0 OBmlth, 5b,., I 0 0 0 0 srlr. c.ViU 6 3 liurliitn. c. 4 0 4 S 0 tOrfcer. o 0 0 oIcm, p,..,;,4 1 I 4. 0 Trell, p.,,1 0 o I ,t A . -ir- ' , 5s ., ToUi..'.- .'KIHaO f Totals.. .WUI . wosion ...,(w;.t,.ii,, i e u v o .i q at. Louis ........ i e 00 o o o 9-1 lilts; Off Orlnor, none In I10 tnnlk (three. o In first lafilntOi off TreVelt, 5 In Ktn 4nls. Sacrifice, hit; Mann. Ktolrft bsaeii .. .Swfcenev Xlnn. rveublB ;v01e 'to SmW. iJtt on bssesr'-W 0rtnr,,3;.off.llesfl. ajtOfr..TreSseltfA- -lilt ssWt'A'-ff" ?der. Eirnef UK. tim- t " " ''' '" ' ' ' " '" ' ' li I i I i II 1 1 " ' ' i iimn iij.ii hiii nirim n r-i'iii i i u Big Game jRID Crl$$ The time of alt other when rcli i ai Art-inv.:iual4c ki f m l-;arxio hunn. A.iswis-fir,, jui inccuriic' caidir.' or one oYi?)4i: poor penetration may iauwrhu lowrof cwetd trophy injuiy :fe' the hunttr. iiitcrthc''W 'brand-of cartries, either smoke- Jtblack powd'cin always Bc.rellcd on to be sure fire, accur- 1 . 'wC ' and penetration. . You. can help. YOUR HUNT A pUCCmSBYVSING .... StTPPLJlD Omaha; Hugo F, Bils, 1324 Ppugla St, wv, voj poor. CONccrreD oMRINP I'rA TME fUNrW GOT OF THE BGRtES -USKtz IT TO TM6 PHWTCJUY t WE6T ON TM5 otfceiT td uDRirtwo TKt UJHot-G YHeSC CfXRTOONt FMA, Jtrt r6e, (yC -DON'T tUMflU. UNUtJtt ONtlJ "VHiHK 1 TNG FONNieT, J ' B I I MACKMEH HAffl THE FLAG Win Araerfotui Icapie jeanarit ly i (. ,llaaking Tig? r Tfioe. ' NOT A FUXDIKd MADE HtU Kelds Detroit Dsws 4b Blvht Settere K4(a in Flrstt 8ne'KH .Nt)jRdelta TBkeKalSeYrtHW'CiB- v ' tt geared in 3eectS Krme. FUItAOKLrniA, ept, 2L-Phlaaol- phla won the pennnt .uf the Arperlcan l?af4Sift. t-ks. sor( antt.-ta tfth, ciHMfHfrli!iJ..n.th .MjtteejXjygirSrftfcis two v otorfes jjver , Detroit -here ,thls.J aiterncein ii was n day o luriumpjia ipr the homel team. as- the Petrclt,.t4a'm vac fvhltewwhed ln each oolites V the soore being 4 to 0- and 1 to 0, nots. tleWlrej ertor marring the atternoon.siQtK of !!onnlo Macks combination.- , ' Bush held Detroit down tb eight scat cfed hits In the openinj? ofiiSt,fcn poIc'1 fits 'opponents when opportunities were presented for scoring. Piilladelphli eofed' two runs in thd second inn,insi laker slnglefr- and Dauss hit Mclhnlii. loth runners moved up on tnintt'p bunt and scored oft the "double siiueeie" ploy -yhen Harry was thrown cut on' a, bunt. The ottler 'two tallies wero eecurea by OunchlhK hits In the third and fifth Innings. " v 1 The one. jrun needed to decide, tne s sue In the'Jaocbnd game was scored m the second'' l&nlng. Dubuo gave Molnnts a pass. Tl latter was -Torcc by Walsh, who stole second Wise and" tallied on Lapp's single to right" field. Fenaotik twirled for two Ifthliitsr, durlitsr which le,r trolt sot two' hits" aad-Va iM, , Pjatjk pitched the last seven. Innings. He was In trouble In the-thlr-slon, when, with twb jouj, CrgTff&r and Cobb each sin glfclf and ''BunitV yaa hit by s." pitched b4l(, filling the bases. Plank then famed lbon. ,,Jri the last six Innn'gs Detroit a not' get f. runniir, past first base.. luriiN ahd Bush fielded their positions' in Mnsatlons.1 stple, 6oore, first gam; AU.U.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.K. Biub, ... 4 ft- fB.Wrpir. rt4 l o e o 3.1 t cuaitx, ci.-. i s v:v 1 r Ocolli, tb,. 11 l"'0 ISO siukr. lb... I I l I o. cr"r, rr 4 Ctobb. ct 4 Burn, it.... 4 atlxon. cf. 4 1 1 0 OMolnnll, lb, I 1 14 1 0 lis 4Btruk. It... I I t 0 -0 outov, lbi. o-i o oiumr, si.... -e t e Uju4d, lb.. 4 1 1 i IgcMtnt, 0.1. X 0 11 0 DttUM, P.. .S 0 I 1 IU Uuth, p.. 6 0 4.0 V.ek 0 0 0 0 ; -T.-7.TT Tatl...,.5 till) 1 Hatted -for Dauss in the ninth. Detroit 0 ooooooo o-j Philadelphia 0 I I I 0 Q .O -4 Two.base hits: O. Bush, Qlbson. -Bac rlflce hits: Btrunk (S). Barry, Stolen bases: O, BUslt (2). Collins. Double plays Bauman to o. uusn to unsiow. on bases; Detroit, 11; Philadelphia. . Bases on balls: Oft Dauss, Si ott t Bush, 4. fclret base on errort PhlladeU phla. 1. Hit with Ditched ball: Mclnnls by Dauss. Struck out: By DaUss, 1: by X Bush, t Wild pitch: U Bush. Timet 1:55. Umpires: Jllldebrand and Etraru i , Score, second game: DKTHOlT. PHIUADELnirA! AU.ll.O.A.E. AD.H.O.A.R Huttt-u 4 oil oau'rphr. rt4 i 1,1 I nu4. lb. 4 i l I OOlonos. It.. 4 0 1 Hiri, Tfi t 0 0l OOolllu. S1.4 I 1 t tt 4 110 0I1UW. lb. . t 1 Ct t..S 14 0 OMelnaU, lb, I 0 11 0 Ullwo, ...4 0 t 1 9WIB, cr... 4 II tlur.-lb..,4 01 0 lDatrr, M.... 4 Oil Oubite.'..?. . I l l S 01cnitok. p.. t 0 0 .. -Plnk. p..M.i e-1 TOUH.....J1 1 1t U l'Blruak ..... 0 0 0 , , Totsl...,. n 0 , "Butted for Penn.ocK-In the, seconds. Detroit ...,'..0 O00OO00 0-0 Philadelphia 0 1 P'O.l 0 M M Two.hu hits: 11 Marbllr. Walsh. ftlts: Ott Pennock. t In two Innings; off- Plank, 5 in seven innirgs. uacriuce nit; Molnnln. Stolen bae: Walsh. Baker. Double T!ayt BuhttBauma to, Gainer. ien oa .oases: jieirou. i-nunueiyiuu, 9. Bases on balls; OfflDubUC, 6; off Pennock.'U off Plftnk, :1. I"lrst base on error: PhllAdolphU; 1, Hit with pitched ball: "Burns by Plank. Struck outs By Dufcuc'i; by Plank, (v Tlmei l:to, Um plres: ;Kgan and lllldebrand, Hrovrna Trim Bnnatora. WABHINOTON, Sept. St Washington played miserably In the field today and St. Louis had Uttfo difficulty in winning. 7 to C The defeat, coming when Clave land was winning ftom New York, ousted the locals from secehd place, which they had held Jointly with the Naps since Saturday , Ayrts a recruit .from nichmoud, Va., Poof Poo?' t& f CCUTCH JEFF Y Standing of Teams, VYE8T, liEAOUTD. 'NAT. LKAOUR. Denver ..T.S7.67 i630l Mew York... 93 T .0A Phils. 81 M .uoo Chicago .,.,83 63,572 Pittsburgh .75 06 .532 Brooklyn .)78S435 noston.....-62 77M uea Moines-sr 07 .035 Lincoln ...,81 35' ,Bt9 8t Joaoph..79 75 .'CIS Omaha ,.,,.76'to .44 ToDska. .1..71 82 .44: Biou nitv.er s .mai Cincinnati 63 8S .420 fWIChlta '....WW .384l8t lUiS..4D 8 .358 , AMEIt. UhAQUe: I AMElt, ASS'I, ' W.I. .Pp.4. wL.rct. Milwaukee .DS 64 .592 Mlnne'polls. 93 06 . 686 Columbus ,.68 70 t557 Iou!vlllfi .h86 .KG3 Phlla m 46 .6S6 Cleveland 83 61 .376 Wash'ton 82 63 .580 .Bo'ston ,.,,.73 66 ,525; UftlCagb ,7S71.60 at, Pauu....73 i'.'.m uetroii; .v..bs rfli BU lAfuls 92 .ifMJndlan'.poUs-ef 93 .8 Ventefftltty'ii Resalts. Western league:. leairuei, AU games schcdulel clay played in J double-headers - i ; ior yesteraav Sunday. ' .1 ' r. -NATION A IjLBAOUB. .Philadelphia w, Chicago 0-6. Doatdn f,8t t.ouis i. Brooalyn-Plttsborgh. postponed. New Vorli.ctrwilnmitl, oatponed , AMERICAN- iilAaUIS. . , , iouls 7. ntf&sfilngtoh 6. 'THitrott (Ml Philadelphia 4-1. CJovelanU v. New York 4. ASifcltlGAN-ASSOCIATION, KhBas Cltylndlanapolla, postponed., . tit. Paul 3, Columpus 0. Minneapolis 0, .LouUvlllo 2. Milwaukee 7, Toledo S. ' Qum TodKjr Vtrn ' K'mjiiVnnvr at - Ornaha Uacola" at 'Bioux City, "Wichita. . atEt, peamclnes at Toptlta, National League-Brooklyn at Pitts. pvi en Amorloan .wamie Chicago at iBoaton,-, t Chlcai St tuls ..at AVoshlngton, Detroit, .at VhlliiiAhl)L. Pi eve lard at New York. f Ai&ritattr Awoclatlon Minneapolis al jjouisvilie. Milwaukee- at Toledo, Kansas City, jrt iflaianapojia. . , . 1 B started,hte. first, msior leagye (tame to day and Pitched a fine, game wmie on the mound. He wentvalong for slat .full Innings in srreat shape; holding St; Louis to three .scattered hits, only .one of which ma pinn. Tn ha seventh he allowoa hU fourth hit, andthen. vyashlngfon. went to pieces, weiore u noun been retirea live runs nau crvu ui late, in wmcn ,omy iwo m naurnu loehling went lriwlth two, on bases and two out. After allowing the iirac man to face him to single he struck out the next batter. He was not scbrod on again. Wanhlncton could do little with either Irtiverena or MltchelL Bcore: .. A ST. .v - ""f "V Vr', AU.ll.O,A.r ,n.u,A,o, BheUon. lf.. 1 01 0 0Mnr,'.rr.. 4 o j j 0 ABttlo, lb.,. S 0 I llMlIn, ol.,..s 0,2 0 3 0 1 io lit 1 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 1 0 e 0 mtt, lb..,. & J WlllUns, It4 S) BI0411, r!....l 1 DliWud, w.. 4 Wirta, 2b... I 1 McAIUUr, ol 0 An). 0.... 0 0 0 - 0Ondll, ' Ib.l. 4 0MorBn, Xb. 8 1 0Hnri. c. ... I i (KJeOeoo, It.. I 1 owillluai, It 1 1 0MeBtll.-H. 1 0 OArm, s I 0 QUotblini. P.I A A lTttMt, P. I S UIICMII. p.. 0 u Dtltnll .... 0 0 Crnwin ... 1 0 0 0 ToUU II 7 II T Ttan'Vor'McAllister In the seventh. Batted for Laveren in tne ,eignn. 8t Louis 0 0 X 0 0 0 6 i, v7 Washington 0 1 Q 0 i 0 2- 0 H Two-base hits: Pratt. Sloan. lilts: Off Levcrcnr, 7 In seven Innings; off Mltcuell, none in two innings; ofl Ayres, 4 in six ahd two-third Innings; oft Boetylng. 3 In two and one-thtrd innings. Sacrifice nil; auian, fsiuicn uiisvBi unuuu, Pratt (J). Wares. McAllister, Foster, dan- dil, Morgan, Gedeon. Double plays: Moel ler to Henry, Moeller to Gandll. Left on bases: BU .Lodlsr 7; Washington, 8. Bases on balls; Off Leverens, ! off Aytes, 3; otf -Boehllng, 3. First base on errors: 8t. Louts, S; Washington. L Hit with pitched ball: Williams by Boehllng. Btruck out; By Leverens, 4, by Ay res, 4t by Boehllng. S. Time: 2:25. Umplresj Dlneen and' Sherlda,n. Cards Lou to Braves. i N6W YORIC. Sept. 22. Though -New York outhit Cleveland more - than two to one Hodiy, the "visitors tpok the sec crA ckJim of the series- bvv s to 4. What the Clevejanda lacked; lh hits they made. Three, .of the. passes were converted Into tuns? New York had many chances to win the game,vibut after, getting runners cn the base cflulU not Ktt.tliern uround Falkenberir was batted, far ten., hits, and "was tagen out -Willi none oui in tne win nnd Iwa rfini in S 'Btern rellevedi him -and after walking "ZVIder, filing .the basea. he easily re tired the next three men. Bteen was again hara pressed m . tn nmtn, wntn two passes and two hits tailed to net New York n run. cansctt saved tne & for Cleveland wherl. with none out ari4 two on the. bases, he .caught ' Holdim napping otf second, a pata.. a ; long tiy, and b sinKle followed Uolants .nan Fisher's witness enabled the visltbra to score four runs on him before SchUls went to his relief Is the third, Bch pitched goqd ball, but the visitors fouh.t him for their winning run in the fifth, Mil TO Falkenbtrg- scored Qranoy on-the ruu CO R.&HT Down -me piw.t wf NeeT wr0'S TK6 fNNIT, I'LL Show 'roo'. I MTRM VJHO "bb TOU .. --.-- , ?APEf-, OEFF;. OR. rAV-TT ?"- squeese play, Qraney had 'reacHed third eti & pans, and carisch's slngiu. Hcore; ' CLEVELAND. ' NEW YOItK. AB.H.O.A.B. AU.ll.O.A.E. LatboIiV'C'.- 4 3 10 0Mlwl, tb.,. 4 r-0 1 0 CTiapmin, .m I 0 I jl.'OHolilao, ,cf.. 4 1.0 Jickwn, rf., S 1 2.?0 iCrt, if...... S 2 4 T alki St. i AnriniBH etv s n LJoi,. :b,.. 4 1 J I OWUIUSU, tb4 ,11 Johtuton. bt 1 11 4 flj;kfr. tb.. 4 nitek. vJh.... I Oil r.flllhnnlv. rl K 314 Oraner, If.i.J 0 2 0 OPtcklnpi. ill 0 5 IVUknbars. c 1 1 0 0 0ltrtxll ... 1 00- 0 t ' Toui..v,;.roni8ihVircS: o : I onweir;..T i o a t r ' iuciiais. p.;. 0 p. 0 i,o ' , t ' : . Totslr..... 16 :ill 1 Batted for Qossett In the eighth, Batted for SchUls In the eighth. Cleveland 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0-5 TJaw Vnl? . 11.1 A A 9A a' a a . Two-baso tilts t' William's, Mallei!" Sac lf its Chapman. - lift C fif''r -iffqiaua,,9:.'4JOUife,i?iys Mhtllite' . , w .UlV,.i, U SLwJJff" -CR- 'v? Mollale, L Hit with' p tched ballr Jackson by I?lsh6r. Wild g'chepr falkenberg. Steen. Hits:: XJff- off Sohiilr, 3 In five and one-third. ?n S.iisi 2ff Mcllale, none" In one renlng1, ott' inaihtnfi7,5M.,JlJoUh tnn'nss Cnon out BARNEY OLD FIELD LOWERS RECORD FOR MICHIGAN AKRON.. O... Bent. 22. Tn TWrnlf U,in. daiTlarney Oldfteld lowered the mile- recora in Micnigan to 48.8 seconds. This record was made on Firestone 'tires and p.p. Ikli - J. ri fire stone. Victories., Including . Indlan iPolis. Panama. Pacific-' , - . . - . , - -"w. Corona. ' - Amerlcaa AseclntloB. Hesnlta. At Toledo- 1- ' '" Vn,?H;H Milwaukee f.-..f, ,T;..?14'1 Toledo J,. .4,..,,, f,3 , l: Batteries: Cutting; and Hughes; jQeen, Williams and Bassler, i ... ' At Louisville R.ILE Minneapolis o 1 c Louisville 2 5,0 Batteries: Flene and- Owens; Louder milk and Clemmons. At Columbus t ftjl.BX St Paul 4 0 'Columbus ..,,....0 2 J3ivtterles: Gardner 'ana Jameal; Cook wia, .Coleman, l T IOOf I -SSBSBBSSS' D o You Know Anything 03 -rrm 1 teiHHrtiiiiH' FERDINAND WESTHEIMER k SONS, Distiller ST. JOSEPH CINCINNATI LOUISLLK vjt wna po YOU THS FUNN16ST N tAKixr and aepf SoribSiiage Practice Is Likely. This Week' LINCOLN. Neb., Sept. Zi-Wlth tho football squad going well, and some new additions today Coach es on the Nebraska field said they believed, tt will be possible" to start scrimmage practice . this week. The hard wjork of tho coaches la' In drill ing the lne. which has ,few .veterans. Th back 'field has already pasted by. In the doubtful stage, ahd made an especially good showing in today's drill. , In. the back field Head Coach Stelnhm now has Captain' Purdy Rutherford, Cof-. fee,'' Reese," Beck,. Hawkins arid Towle: lAtthe eheVftowata.;'-Huig-'B,ha Gellwlckf tare, sfcowiril: theffeote bfr-flfllllhg- Hal-, ltganV who wai'at"star' at futlbuck last; year, -neiier, -Bhieids, Thompson and' C&meroh are almost certain of places in ,tlio Uhti ' ' Pender Wins Ih Twelftk, -PENDER. Neb., Sept. 22,-(Spefclal.) Pender defeated Wlsner on the Wisner. krpunds Sunday in a twelve-Inning game. It,, was the fifth game between these two teams this season, this 'making' the third' victory for Fender. vBchaub for Pender pitched a very good same. He received nineteen trikeouts 'and held Wiener to five, hits. Lueschen for Wlsner got thir teen strike-outs and was hit for- fifteen hits. Score: Pender' 0 0 2 1 8 0 0 2 0 3 6 3-12 15 Wisner .............0 3 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0-0 S ii Golfers Arsis Trimmed. ' NEW'yORK, Sept,, -T.he' turning of the lane la not yet In sight for Hrry' Vardoh and Edward Ray, the British golfers, who Avers defeated today up and 2 play In a best 'ball matoh over the Wykagyl Country ,cluU links by the brothers, Alex arid McDonald SmUfc, the, Wykagyl professionals.' V : 1 To Get Retuad. The hatfonat commission decided that Garry Herrmann would not have to ac cepter. Morgan, former Athletic, because he reported with a BOro arm. Herrmann also gets a refund on the money he ad. vatic to Kansas City forj Morgan. During Walter Johnson's lone run of. .fourteen consecutive wins, and Including the gome with Boston which Interrupted the run, he pitched 127 innings In which only eighteen runs were made off him About Whiskey? A ' : - r- ' Almoit any whiskey ' can be guaranteed ua-. idcr tc . Puro . Tood Jaws.t . Certain rsscn .tials wclknown'td the ' ' trade can be overlooked, arid avoide'd snd'the ' guarantee still bold goodbut RED TOP" RYE is the result of distilla- v - -jion frjom" choicfr grain with pcrf ecr; f 5od value" 1 ' gusxanteed by distillers.. . to be blended of whis kies' of such age and resultTUREi v V' .Anyone who.fs well f osted.will understand he merit of this argument. TKINK TH6 Ctrv cartoons 5f cooese If x . ' (.- , ffi. . .U OC , tC Jso lit He- .. ''; ". srx tT nt t-' r i,V . .t,V ' ' Yt." (M P:t i.-rtti.. . .'- v:Vf nr.. ' f:o; .;, ' "'4' r1.-v "All Roiirkes Begin the' Last Series at Home ,.' With Bears 'TodaS . . t , y.jf Omaha will begin Its last, series pn't'hC' home grounds Tuesday .with Denver as the' Opponents; The .'drisalies will play .today, Wednesday, apd. Thursday. On Thursday night Omaha will leave for nint games on the road, closing the Mia Vfra-v, son- at St, Joseph with a double "header on Sunday, October 6. Folljwlng iq .tW, lineup ior. the Denver series: - " ' '..' OMAHA.' DriNVEltf Kane .'i I'irBt ..'V.Y...n:Fteh.r ScfelDke'..?.......l Seriand1 ::.in..'...):nnx. Thomason...A" Center Cangalton, j , ..Right ............ChanJiell ............. Ulstpu.. onnaon. atcn .,.,.,..,; . .ptock, M..v-'i..BIOCk,. .. wwraui "itcn ...........wougarir OhloTr Defeats 3tlUtKa, 'J " .v OHIOWA, Hob., 'Sept, 2t-HSpeclalW Ohloway defeated MlUlgan on the Homo grounds yesterday in. a snappy,- brilliant1 games with Mllllgan, the other same-"' Ohibwa , 2 0 0 0 0 G O a 7 'g -1 . MUlllgan .; 0 0000121 OM S 3r- TIAtfArltfflf. tllHlrMfln mv, T l poskl and Rozanek.. Three-base hit Selement, Rotanek. Two-base hits: W, Domeier. -J. Bahe". Ijiun. RImioVm. 1iu Sleckman. 7: bv. TTnunnaki- . hi,-,i.u).' Tjltched hall .T. Tlnrvial,. . .na.L, " Off Sleckman. 2; off Hosposkl, l.. Time:. vr "'"t"i Ti-anaioner ana retra cox. ' A Wrtirttit nl 1vntn with biliousness,, malaria and corntlpvj. tlOn. is quickly overcome by taking TfK?& King's JJew Ufa pflls Only 25c.. For:v sale by Beaton Drug Codvertlsement., Persistent Advertising is -the Read ti " Big Returns.' . ifw ; rf-; - Your eyesight will con-- 8? vince you quicker than our arguments. ,nr That's why we want you to see our Fall Style Exr hibit of L System Clothea'; r ' this week. . . - ."if To see them is to like & them. . - ,r '. This is the L System x ? College and High School 1", l weekr you knowalLthe 14 -young fellows who appre-. . ciate 'nobbv stvlea nnrl' lively fabrics are headed. our way. : 1 Tirril for TntMoial I A little extra covering. feels' mighty good these? chilly days and nights. We doubt f better topcoats can be found anywhere than the. Ken singtpha and Kenmora we are' waiting to show you. Dray;, Ox- - 4 fords. Blacks and Fancy Mixture ' Silk or serge lined 4xi id J0. MACEE & DEEMER 413 S. 16tk 1 Ufi.-: 'I 2 .V.