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xTIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1913.
EASY GAME FOR TRIUMPHS t Council Bluffs Merchants Defeated Home Grounds. on JUGATE IS POUNDED HARD Hrerrerr Men Win In the Filth, but Titer Keep night on PIIIur Up Scores to the Finish of Content. The Stors Triumphs defeated the Coun cil Bluffs Merchants Sunday afternoon, In the. Bluffs, it to G. The game-. was . won In the fourth on a combination of hits and, errors. This was the Triumphs' last game of he season, and they showed the Bluffs' bunch ,they had lb yi them. They pitched "Marvle" Olson, their best man for they wanted, tho came. He fanned seven men. The Merchants had Jack Fugate, an ex Xlourice player and he was hit all over the diamond, coupled with errors which lost the game The features of th-j game were the bat ting of Graham and Lawler and the fielding of Wahl, Mlnlcus, Welch and Lawler. The Storx Triumphs started the scoring in the first Inning; when, Durkee singled, stole second and scored on a single to left by Lawler. The Merchants came back in their halt of the inning and scored two runs. ' Both Goff and McLean were hit by pitched balls. Wahl walked, Mlnlcus hit to. Durkee, forcing McLean at third and Goff scoring. Graham fumbled Kemp's fly and Wahl scored, Claire got a double In the second and was sacrificed to third, and, scored on Ooff's single to center. The Merchants scored again In the third, and the Brewery bunch got a lone tally In the fourth. With the score of 4 to 2 against them the Triumphs won out In the fifth in ning, when they scored four runs on a double, a single, three erors and a passed ball. After that the game was never In danger. Score: MERCHANTS, TRIUMPHS. AD.H.O.A.3. AB.H.O.A.E. Ootf, cf 3 110 OFalcontr, cf 0 2 0 0 McLtin. 1 1 2 1 gat&ham. lb. 6 1 0 J 1 Witil, lt.... 3 111 IDurkec. lb.. (2110 Mlnlcus. lb, i I M '.Welch, rt... I 0 t 0 Bwlnrrd. lb 4 0 IS 0 lLawlcr. It... 4 3 10 0 Ktmp. It.... & 1 2 0 lVmnoui. lb.. S 2 12 0 ft Illce. rt 6 110 oaillhtm, .(! CUIn. e.... 4 1 3 1 IHachten. c. S 1 0 2 Fuute. s... 10 0 3 OOlson. p..... E 0 0 4 9 Dundee Woolers Take Three Games in Play of One Day The baso ball team of tho Dundnu Woolen Mills played three gameswlth the Kloronce Athletics Sunday and made a clean sweep. A double-header was played on the grounds at Thirty-second street and Dewey avenue In the morning and tho third game at Florence park In the afternoon. Kauffman was on the mound for the Dundees In the first game and pitched a hot-hit,, no-run game.. Carmody pitched the second gamo and won, 6 to 3. Score, first game: IUI.E. Dundees 0 3 0 0 0 0 2-fi 6 0 Athletics I) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 2 Batteries: Dundee's, Kaufman and Hol brookr Athletics, Isltt and Growney. Score, second game! Jtll.E. Dundcea 0 0 2 1 - 0 S 0-6 8 2 Athletics 0 0 0 2 0 1 0-3 6 3 schools, the speaker round an answer to in.eucs ........ - v a v- - - , quesUoli ,n a deflnltlon of education. Batteries: Dundees. Carmody and Hoi- .. . . .. . . . .. - brook; Athletics, Cumlngs and Orowney. . wnicn. ne saia, is a means to an cna. In the afternoon Vernon was .on tho purpose ,oi mviuo wn. moUnd for the Dundcea and pitched great j coming to uie epcaKer, was me oeteiop- ball. allowing but five hits and striking , mem oi m wnoie man, inuiieciuai. out nine. The fielding of Stilts and Car- moral and religious. Education that looks mody featured tho came. Score: R.H.K. toward the destiny of man Is necessary, Dundees 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 1-7 7 4 i h " not reasonable nor right Athletics ......0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 5 3 to confine education or cnuaren to tne Left on banes: Dundee. 6; Athletics, 6. ' mastery of making a dollar. The safety Tn(.t SI 1 Jf IS It Totala 41 11 M 11 S Trlumnhs ..... 10014G10 1 It Merchants 21. 1 00100 16 Two-base hits: Claire. Graham .QUI ham. Stolen bases: Durkee (2). Sacrifice hits: Swlngwood, Fugate. Sacrifice fly: Goff. Bases on balls. Off Fugate 4; off Olton, 4. Struik out: By Fugate, 3; by Olson. E. Double Dlays. McLean to Wahl to Swlngwood, Welch to Vanous, GUI- ham totJraham to Vanous. Left on bases: Merchants, 10; Btorr, 9. First base on er l'ors: Merchants. 6: Btorz. 6. Passed balls Claire (2). Wild Ditch: Fugate. 1; Olson, X. Hit by pitch-id balls: By Olson (Goff, McLean); by Fugate (Lawier, weicn), Time:' 2:15. Umpire: Nelson. Scorer: Cross. Next Sunday tho Merchants play the Slots and DeVol Victors at Athletic, park. AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA Cornerstone of St. Bridget's Sohool Laid and Ceremonies Held. ADDRESS BY REV. KALLAMAJA Odd lllovr of the- Magic City Dedi cate n Monument to thn Mem ory of Their Dead rtrethrtn. Catholics erect and support Independent schools because other schools do not meet the requirements of developing the moral side of tho child, according to Itev. T. II. Kallamaja, hu spoke yesterday at the placing of the cornerstone In the new S'u Bridget's Catholic school at Twenty- sixth and F streets. South Omaha. Beginning with a query as to why Cath ollcs erect separate and Independent The school building and rnrsonago were decorated with American flag. Parish ioners to tho number of 500 surrounded the building silo. A procession headed by Ilev. T, F. O'Callachan and Ilev. M. L. Ballou, pastor and assistant Dnstor, re spectively, mnrched from the parsonage to tho school building, where Rev. M. L. Ballou blessed the school. Ho was as sisted by Fathers T. F. O'Callnghan, J. T. Smith, James A'Herne. P. Flanagan, T. II. Kallamaja, George Joonltls, M. Gluba and M. J. Feeney. The choir sang "Venl Creator" before the ceremony of placing the cornerstone and "Credo" afterward. Following the address of Father Kallamaja the proces sion marched to the church, whore tho solemn benediction of the "Blessed Sacra ment" was held. It Is expected that the new school will be rrady for occupancy by January 1. It will accommodate about 300 children. Odd Ktllnirn Dedicate Memorial. Two-bnso hits: Klein. Pates. Custard. Struck out: By Vernon. 9; by Htribiing, 4. Batteries: Dundees, Vernon and Rich ter: Athletics. Strlbltnir and Pates. Um pire: Graham. BENNINGTON AND 0RKIN BROS PLAY TEN-ININNG TIE of the country does not depend upon the perfection of arithmetical calculations. "The Catholic church," said tho speaker, recognises a three-told method of educa tion embracing the home, the church and the school. Mothers are the divinely commissioned teachers, but their work must necessarily be supported by the IllurvUInn rtt lh fthllrrh. TIlA fhlirh. BENNINGTON, Neb.. Sept 22.-(Spe- . ,..r H. h.ilv that Hundav claU-Bennlngton and Orkln Bros, played , Bchool tralnIng wiu meet the need urn inninB ua Bino nr.ro ye.ieruujr , n,1iino. tni morltv In the minds with the score 4 to 4. when the game was ot chlI(Jren. Such teaching give only a caned on account or aarKness. rno runs ,,, ,, fhi ,.rnt.hinr ,. were all made in the first Inning, when gufnc,ont t0 gtana the everyday wear and scored. They agreed to Dlay It off next ' tear upon tne conscience. year, as both teams ended un their I In th0 Cathollo school the speaker found season yesterday. Tho features of the game wag tho fielding of Watters and Truston. The batteries were: Bennington. Morgan, Peterson and Mangold; Orkln Bros., McGrath and Kelny. Might Fall on Them. Thrt Ttrvftinn. UraVa1 f I - . Mnfi.t Schmidt, who weighs lo the neighborhood or zoo, nas oeen nicKnamed the "last station." Bass runners fear to slide Into first sack, fearing that the "Little Giant" may .fall on them. the solution of the objections referred to. He said that In the Catholic school Catho Ho children would be free from non-, Cathollo association, anti-Catholic text books or bigoted teachers. The speaker closed with an appeal to the Cathollo parents to be Impressed with the obi Ira toon of supporting their school. He con gratulated the pastors and people of tho parish, on the new school, which, he said, would be a credit to them and a benefit to the whole vicinity. still remaining a debt Of 11,000 on the home, which they oxptsto pay this fall. Magic t'lty tlosln. William Koetter, a mn&nn.io saleaman, was arretted on sutulclon Saturday night by Police Captain Zaloudek. Miss Mary I.oechen of Des Moines I For a case of Jetter's Old Ago or Gold Top beer call So. JWS. Prompt delivery to oil parts of the city. Wm. Jotter. , Superior lodge, Degree of Honor No. 193, will give a aril party Wednesday evening nt tho A. O. U. V. temple. Wo can sell you a ton ot screened lump coal for .S0 dellvorcd. Good value. UioadwelMtoberts Co., 2112 N St Phone South . Tho South Side Ladle's Aid society ot tho Lefler Memorial church will meet at tho home ot Mrs. H. C. Bloat. 13U Jackson street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. There will be a meeting of the city council tonight unless the council decides to hold the meeting at 6 o'clock. The, 4 o clock sessions seem to bo growing In popularity with both councilman and city hall attaches. For sale 2 largo Wilton velvet hall rugs, Bouth Omoha lodge No. US, Independent 8Uo 16x18 fret. Call T. B. Scott, phone Order of Odd Fellows, yesterday afternoon dedicated the triple memorial erected to their dead In Oraccland Park cemetery. 1h oration of the day was by Norrla Brown. He toc?hed upon the advantages of tho Odd Fellows. A. C. Pancoast pre sided at the services. Rev. R. L. Wheoler, pastor or the First rresoytenan cnurcn,ii,0uco tllat Oeore Hubert, her husband, performed the dedicatory service. Among, had threatened her life, Hubert was or- tho speakers were Rev. 8. 11. Verian. Mrs. wuraay nignt at tne noma or nw So. 178, or J. G. Blessing, phono So. 1000. Mrs. Mary Kailllonls, aged 61 years died Saturday morning ni the South Omaha hospital. Her rcildcnce was at 327 South Thirty-second street. Funeral services will be held Tuesday mornlnu at 9 o'clock at St. Anthony church. Burl.tl will be in St. Mary's cemetery. on complaint of his wife, who told tho Emma L. Tolbot, Chaplain George A. Bradley and Rov. Harold L. Bowen. A large crowd was present at the services. The crowd was made up of Odd Fellows, their wives and friends. Beats were ar ranged for the audlcnco and a platform for the speakers. Muslo was supplied by the lodge's quartet The monument Is of marble with em blems of the Odd Fellows Inscribed. On the face are the words, "South Omaha lodge No. 14S. Instituted May 18, 1887. Erected In memory of deceased brothers September 21, 1C13." Talk to the Eagles. Before a large crowd ot Eagles of the South Omaha aerie yesterday, Rev. R. L. Wheeler discussed the question, "Why I Remained an Eaglo." The address was listened to attentively by those present, who later commented highly upon the eplondld expression ot fraternallsm given by Rev. Mr. Wheoler. Rev. Mr. Wheeler last year delivered an address on "Why I Became un Eagle." The address ot yesterday was a sequel to that of a year ego. Members of the South Omaha aerie ot Eagles say tho lodge Is the largest In the state and one of the strongest In the country. There Is wife. TwentV.ntuli nml t trt Mm. Hubert told the police her husband has called upon her attor threatening to kill her. Sha was afraid that he might carry out his threat and appealed to tho police iur assistance. City Attorney C. Murnhy and Mrs. Murphy returned yesterday from a trip to Montreal, New York City and Wash ington. At Washington Mr. Murphy was the guest of friends. During his stay in Washington Mr. Murphy received a num ber of courtesies from Congressman Lo beck and the latter'a secretary. J H. Hanley. He also enjoyed an interview with Secretaries Burleson and Bryan. QUARRELS WITH HUSBAND; FOUND NEARLY ASPHYXIATED Mary TIchy, 1315 Williams street, quar reled with James, her husband, last night and when the latter . returned from a visit to a neighbor's house, he found his home locked up and all tho windows closed, An odor ot llllnattng gas aroused his suspicions and ho broke down a door and entered to find his wife .lying on a bed, unconclous and four gas Jets turned OP She was revived by police surgeons and a reconciliation between the pair was effected. MURDERER CONFESSES DEED Man Held in Philadelphia Killed Woman in Roohester. CRIME DONE IN CEMETERY Arrested tor Thefl, Declares Ills Confidence Wonld Not rermlt Hint Longer to Go With, ont Telling. PHILADELPHIA, Sept 22-The Identity of the perpretator of the brutal murder of Anna Catherine Schumacher In Holy Sepulcher cemetery In Rochester, N. Y., on August 7, 1W0, was established here late last night, It Is bolleved, when, ac cording to Captain Cameron of tho Phila delphia dotectlve bureau, Jacob Woltsohn, at rested for larceny, confessed to having Committed the deed. The murder was a stntattonal one and despite the extraor dinary efforts ot the authorities no clue was ever found to the Identity ot tho murderer. After Wolfsohn's arrest guards noticed that he constantly paced his cell and seemed to have something on hla mind. Finally, according to the detective the prisoner asked tor a pencil and paper and wrote a note to the district attorney containing the slmplo statement that he had killed a girl in a cemetery nt Rochester and that her name was 8chu macher. Undor questioning by Captain Cameron and two other detectives he collapsed. Later he recovered sufficiently to make his alleged confession, which, as repeated by the detective, Is substantially as follows: "Wolfsohn said he passed the cemetery every day on his way home and several times noticed the girl placing flowers on a grave. I flirted with her and she smiled back at me," Woltsohn confessed, according to detectives. "The next day I saw her and spoke to her. Wo agreed to see each other there the next day. She kept her appointment I tried to kiss her but she resented .this and tried to run away. I grabbed hsr and began choking htr. She screamed, but no one heard her and then I strangled her. "I then, attacked her and after that dragged the body to the woods In the cemetery. I found a grave digger's spade and dug a holo large enough to plaos the body la H. "No one knows how suffered tor doing this. I could keep It secret no) longer." Mllcka to Story, Wolfsohn was questioned again today and the detectives say ho stuck to the story substantially abovo related except that he retracted that the girl had flirted with him. After the murder, he told the detec tives, he went to New York where rte married Miss Ida Bermen. She obtained a divorce last May, Wolfsohn said, and shortly afterward he came to Philadel phia. According to the authorities, Wolf sohn was arrested on complaint of the manager of a company by which he was employed as a window cleaner on a charge ot stealing. AVolftohn tonight attempted to com. mated suicide In his cell In the city hall. according to a report from police headquarters. Los Angeles Police Protect Cathedral Upon Getting Threat L03 ANGELES. Cal., Sept 21St Vlvlatia's Roman Cathollo cathedral was guarded today by police against Its threatened destruction by dynamite. A warning placed In the hands of the police) linked the throat with various other at tempted or succossful dynamite outrages here. The unnamed writer of a letter, an nouncing that he had mado the recent attempt on tho life ot General Ilarrtosn Gray Otis, said that he would visit tho cathedral today. He said that he might If so Inclined, blow up tho building. Then, he said, he might visit the Los Angeles Times building, erected on the ground where the old Times building was de stroyed by dynamite three years ago. Granting the truth of the writer1 declaration that ho .had sent General Otis, publisher of the Tlmea, the dyna mite bomb through tho malls last week. FOUR GIRLS STRUCK DEAD ON MORN OF WEDDING DAY BUDAPEST, Sept Four grls who wore to become brides today were killed by lightning near the village of Nagy Varad. The girls were picking flowers to decorate tho church for the weddings. They were overtaken by a storm and took rerugo in a grotto which lightning struck. Townsends Win from the Luxus Players The Townsend Gun company defeated the Luxus team Sunday at Fort Omaha. 3 -to L McOuIre on the mound for the Townsends, allowed' only two "hits and struck out fourteen men, and Dyke far the Luxus pitched a good game. The 'Luxus' started 'the .scoring In the flrst.f inning, by. abase .on balls: to -Smith, a . stolen base and a two-bagger' by Farley. The; Townsends came back In the' their halfi.'.wben Baup got .'on by an error reached secondhand' third by passed balls and jscored on an Infield, out ' Tfils ended the scoring unflf the sixth, wheri with two down, Bohan singled and McGowan end McGu'tre reacKe'd first 'and second by trrors. filling the bases. Coady, the next man up singled,- scoring Bohan and Mc Bqwan. After this neither side counted. fn the Luxus half of the ninth, Tracy, the first man up. hit for three bases. Fox struck out, Rap?, was. hit by a pitched ball and stole second and Hach- ten. . the next man up hit what looked iiko a xexaa jeusucr, .dui fenny running backwacd, nailed it and doubled Rapp at second, cutting off a near ninth Inning rally. The features of the game were the pitching of McGuIre, the catching of Russum and the fielding of Penny, Bohan- and Coady. Next Sunday the Town sends close a most successful season, by playing the Ancient Order of United Workmen at Fort Omaha. Score: TOWNSENDS'.' LUXUS. AU.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.R. Collr. tt.. 113 1 0 EmltS t t 1 i 1 Baup. 3b.... 0,0 0 0 Denny 4 0 0 0 0 RuUum, o.. 4 0 II 0 iFMley ...... 3 1 11 0 1 Krtcsler, lb. 3 0 4 0 ISMrer ....... 0100 Pnnr, is... 3 13 4 OTrttjr 3 10 0 0 Put, rt 4-0 1 0 OFox 40100 Bonus. Cf... 1, 3 0 OlUpp 3 0 3 3 0 McOowtn, Ulllt 0JU:httn ,... 3 0 7 0 0 Ucdulr. p.. 3 1 0 3 ODrk 3 0 0 3 1 TotaU....."l37"r"I ToUU 13 3 Townsends 10000200 -3 Luxus 10000000 0-1 Two-base hit: Fatley. Three-base hit: Tracy. Struck out By McGulre, 14; by Dyke. 7. Bases on balls: Oft McGulre, 4 off Dyke, 6. Double playc: Penny to Coady, Rapp to Smith to Farley. Um pire: McCullough. PRACTICE AT IOWA FALLS BRINGS S0UAD OF TWENTY IOWA FALLS, la.. Sept S2 Special.) A squad of about twenty responded to the call for the first practice of the high school foot ball team this season. Wig gins. Watt. Trlckey and Gehrlng are the four regulars back In the game thisyear, While the new recruits offer some good material. The first game of the season Is scheduled to be played at Ackley next Saturday. The following Is the balance of a tentative schedule announced by the management: Oct'obwr 4-Fort Dodge at Fort Dodge, October 11-Eldora at Eldora. October ls-Eagle Grove at Iowa Falls. , f Plep.r 1 I'luion It I jovm rmm November 1 Hampton at Hampton. November" 8 East Waterloo at Iowa j Novrmber 15-Mason City at Iowa Falls. November 17 Cedar Falls at Ceaur ?alls. Newnrlc Wlm Pennant. NEW YORK. Sept 2t-The Interna tional league season closed today with a lame between Newark and Jersey City, rhich the Newarks. this year's cham pions, won by a score ot S to 4. The icheduled double-header between Provl lence and Baltimore at Providence was santeiieo beuiune o; ra n. The champion ihlp fight, which has been Interesting 'or the last month, since Rochester began I spurt which sept It to within a few vlnts of the leaders,, ended yesterday rheh Newark clinched the pennant by Winning two games from Jersey City, while Rochester lost a double -hilt to "oronto. ' Women Golfers to Meet. MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Sept Zt.-Mark!ng l new era in southern golfing circles, the Women's Western Golf association will 4old Its 1913 tournament this week on the links of the Memphis Country club. This Is the second time In the history of the association that the annual tour ney has been held outside of Chicago. The tournament will begin Tuesday. The finals will be played Saturday. MAGNIFICENT JEWELRY STOCK OF SCOTT-PARR CO On the Dollar By LOFTIS BROS. & CO., Jewelers Now On Sale Regardless of Cost I The passing of Scott-Parr Co. as a business house of Omaha, and tho entrance of Loftto Bros. A Co., who purchased the assets of the old. coippsny, marks an epoch n the Jewelry business of not only the city of Omaha, but all territory, tributary to Omaha, as welt as -surrounding states. Loftls Bros. & Co., known throughout America, and all foreign countries as "The Old Reliable Original DlamenU- andWatoh "Credit Mouse," have bought, and taken over the entire Jewerly 'business of Scott Parr Co. stock, good will, fixtures, etc,, etc., and remain for the present In the old location, 409 South 16th St, main floor, City National Bank Black. While 'Scott-Parr Co. was a cash house, Loftls Bros. A Co. oeen uo In Omaha as both a CASH and CREDIT HOUSE. The same liberal system of extending credit te all honest people will be maintained In umana as-in our oiner stores in unicage, mtsBurgn, st touis ana eisewnere. THE ENTIRE MAGNIFICENT JEWELRY STOCK OF SCOTT-PARR CO. BOUGHT BY US AT CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, IS NOW PLACED ON SALE REGARDLESS OF COST, FOR CASH OR On EASY CREDIT TERMS EXTENDING OVER A PERIOD. OF EIGHT MONTHS. The world does not produce more exquisite, brilliant Diamonds, or mere beautiful, hlgh-gra4e tjd Gold juid Platinum Jewelry, or more artistic Sterling Silverware and Novelties, than ce merit ad the ateek of the former Scott-Parr Co.. and which stock Is new offered at a mere fraction of Its original eoet. If you are so fortunate as to secure the first choice of some of these marvelous bargains, you will think that "Good Luck" surely came kneoklng at your deer. Prices at this, sale aro little mere than give-away prices. 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Comes In 14K solid gold mount ing, as shown here, or In any design of your own oholce. These dlamonda are exquisite In cut and color, and are of excep tional brilliancy. Their actual value Is 176. A bargain. Indeed at $45. SPECIAL TERMS- 1 A WEEK Our Price For This $95 Diamond, $68 No. 15 An Extra Offering of Usual $95 Rings That Go at 968. Large, ex quisite diamonds of perfect brilliancy and color, set." in heavy 14k sold mountlne, as shown, or in any style mounting preferred. Terms $ a Month GREATEST BARGAINS EVER SEEN IN OMAHA CASH or EASY CREDIT TERMS RIGHT NOW DURING THIS GREAT SALE. IS YOUR TIME TO OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT WITH US AND SAVE MONEY You do not need to have a pocket full of cash In order to purchase a few articles. Just bring a few dollars and an honest face, and take homo and wear and use anything you wish, while you are paying In email amounts weekly or monthly, ae you get paid. IT'S EASY, I8N'T ITT The Loftls Credit System Is planned to make It easy for honest people to own and wear beautiful diamonds, watches, artistic Jewelry, etc. There Is no red tape no eecurlty, no Interest to psy. You will thank us a llttlo later for reminding you today that Christ mas Is not far off jutt about SO days or so when yu will need Innumerable gifts for friends and loved ones. Now Is your oppor tunity to provide for your needs. Think of the comfort of knowing that your gifts are selected and partly paid for before the rush comes on. You. will be telling yourself how wise you were In having made your purchases when you could secure euch bargalna as. are found In this sale. "Mr. Roy M, Scott, former president of 8cott-Par Co., and for many years with Albert Edholm, Is manager of our store. He wae chosen be cause of his eminent fitness for the post, and because the people of Omaha Know him to be a man of the highest integrity. 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