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Bringing Up
fOO 0 A, &.D
PAU.-SW.- ARE
FLU CARRY YOU
OVER TO THAT
TAVERN ANDCT
VOU A VTIMOLENT
SEE-SAW GAMETO BOOSTERS
Third Innin? Proves Disastrous to
Pitcher Single.
POUR RUNS MADE AT THIS TIME
Itonrkm Itnu Men on llmf In thn
Ninth, lint Are Innhtr to CJct
Thrm Aero nnl llc
Mnlur Wins.
DBS MOINES, June S0.-(8prclaI Tele
cram.) Omaha dropped n. ncc-saw mo
here today, 7 to 0. The result wag In
doubt to the lost minute. The Bouikes
rushed Krugcr onto the tiring line In tho
first half or the ninth In place of Slagle.
31 worked Lakaff, who succeeded Laf
fcrty In the sixth, for a pass and was
sacrificed to second. A passed ball put
Mm on third wlthonly one dawn. Kniff
walked, but was caught attempting to
steal second. T homason grounded, An
dreua to Jones, and all hope of scoring
was cone.
The game started out to be a pitchers'
battle for fair. There was little done In
the first two rounds. In tho third Des
folncs opened upon Steele. When the
smoke cleared away four runs had been
made on a comulnatlonof flvo hits.
Omaha came rleht back In the first half
of the fourth. Laf fcrty made a' wild
heave that put Thomason safely on first,
lie went to third on Thomas' simile. Con
galton' doubled, scoring Thomaoon and
Thomaa. Ward and Crosby both filed out,
XUt Burrell made a bungle of Slagle's
grounder and Congalton counted.
Tho vlnlturs overcatno Des Moines on
run lead In tho sixth. Thomaa walked
and went to third on Congalton'a single.
Thomas scored on Ward's' hit. Isbell
hurried Lakaff to thv firing mound,
Crosby filed out, but Blagto brought Con
gallon In on a single.
Bchlpko's ertor allowed Des Moines to
tie tho score again In Its hair of the sixth.
Lv.n1dt's home rUn In the seventh, with
llurrell on base, put the Roosters In the
leud ugoln. Congalton hi ado a bravo ef
fort to tie U up Jn the eighth, but his
luma run found the bases empty. Score!
DES MOINES.
AU. U. II.
o.
6
0
6
0
0
A.
0
1
o
1
0
1
3
0
3
0
2
Kahn. rt
Hunter, ct
Jlaloy, c
Hhaw, o
aircen, If...........
Jones. Ju
AndicN, 2b
llurrell. 3h ,.
Kxaldt, ss ,..
Irferty, v
X.akaff, p
1
1
0
1
, (t
0
1
1
0
0
Totals 31 T
OMAHA.
AU. K.
Behlpke. ib ....4 .
3uniop, ss 3 o
Krur. If... 4 0
Thomason. cf....... & I
Thomas. Sb 3 2
Ccngaltori. rf t 3
Ward, lb 4 o
4'rostic. c 3 0
Klstrle. d 3 o
13 'i It
II.
0
0
(I
0
1
4
1
u
,0.
4
1
A..
4
3
0
0
3
0
0
U
2
0
Krugcr .: 0 j) u
Totals 33 C S
Datted for filaclo In ninth.
la Molnea .........0 0 4 0 0
Umh 0 0 0 S 0
'-7
o
0-0
Two-base lilts: Haioy. Hreen, i.;ongaiion.
Hunter. Home runs: Kwoldt. Congalton.
Btruck out: By Latferty. 2: by Ikaff, Si
by Klale. 4. Hots: Off Iaffertv. 9 In
aeven Innlnp (none out In sixth); off
Lukaff. S In four Innings. Basea on balls:
df Iafffrtv. 1; off Lakaff. 4i off Siagle.
2 Dou 1 play; Andrea?, to Janes to
Hhaw Wild pitch: I.akaft. tft on bases:
Des Moines. 8; Omaha, 7. Time: 1;C0. Um
pire: HaskelL I
mints nniMsvr tiik savaqus
Drummers SmoOtrr Sioux iu Seventh
Inulnir Hatty.
SIOUX CITY. la.. June SO.-Bt. Joseph
ntnotherod Sioux City In a seventh-Inning
rally and won, 13 to 3, Score:
SIOUX CITY.
AB.lt. II. O. A. E.
f'ooney. Sb 4 0 1 4 6 o
flarke. If 3 0 14 10
Smith, ss. 4 0 113 3
Kane, lb 4 0 0 fl 0 0
Ijvleune. cf. 4 12 0 0 0
Halrd. rf. 4 1 2 1 o o
4'atlahan. 3b .40 2 3 0
Murphy, c 4. J 1 0 0 0
Etcll. n, .; s o- o o 2 o
Crisp 1 U 0 b 0 0
T.IIey. n. 0 o 0 0 1 l
Bramble I 0 0-0 0 0
Totals Si 3 S 27 14 4
ST. JOSEPH,
AU. R. II. O. A. K.
Tt. Watson, lb 8 13OO0
Fox. If 6 a S 3 0 0
a. Watson, cf. 5 112 0 0
Pattertun. Jb 4 1 2 9 1 0
Tlrltton. Sb. 4 10 0 11
Williams, rf. E 1 1 .1 0
Walls, ss. S 3 4 3 3 0
Schang. c 4 2 S S 0 0
Thomas, p 3 1 1 1 ( 0
Total 41 JJ 17 27 9
Batted for Exult In seventh.
Batted for Riley In ninth:
Hloux City 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-3
SL Joseph 0 10 0 3 17 0 1-U
Two-base hits: Schang, Cooney. Balrd,
Fox. Walls. Three-bajw ht Wall Is. Home
runs: lialrtl. Ljeune. sacrifice lilts
Clarke, Patterson, Schang, Brttton,
Thomas. Stolen bases: Brltton. Walla (2),
Clarke, Schang C). G. Watson. Innings
pitched: By ExeU. 7s by Jtlley. 2. Hits;
Off ExeU, 14; off Riley, 3; ott Thomaa, t
Hoses on balls: on Exeu, z. struck out:
li y isxell. : by Thomaa. v. raseed hall
Mgrphy. Umpires: ITcGaffertr and Fyfe.
uime; vnenaance, i,w.
W4C1IKS
AMD
WIN
Jalibera Tie Score In Ninth and Pat
Oro Drr! dinar Ran In Blctenlh,
WICJIITA. Kan., Juna id WlcblU
raUled In the ninth inning and tied the
core with Lincoln and tbcB put adm
Father
I-THINK fM
HURT-DOT t
MUVT feEE MV
TMI
UAWer
AND
Standing of Teams
WHSJT. UKAQVE.
W.Ii.IVt.
A II UIl. L.KAOUK.
W.UPCt
Denver ...,4I 27 .V03,
I'illla ...30 28 .6C0
ft. .Iopn..Z3 29 ,K4
Detroit 39 31 .6071
Bloux Clty.as 31 .6SljVashlngton 34 29 .640
Lincoln ,.,..M ,&43
Des Moines. .37 32 .f5
Kt Louis... 37 32 .636
Boston X 32 .(23
Omaha 30 3 .441
Chicago ....34 32 .ot.V
wicmia
Topeka
29 44 ,337INew York. .22 39 .911
.25 44 .362;c)evetaml ..3.1 43 .2S
NAT. LEAGUE. FED, LEAGUE.
W.L.Ipt. ttMiVnl
Now York...J7 33 .SUIndlanapolla 3 26 .t90
Chicago 3S 31 .SSOCIllcago 3 28 ,M1
Cincinnati ..33 32 .SOSHuffnlo 3125.864
Ht. Louis.. ..34 SI .SOOIJaltlmore ,.,33 27 ,K0
flttahurgli ..30 31 .492ilrooklyn . ...M 31 .W
Philadelphia SO 31 .475KaH. City... 30 38 . 455
Hrooklyn ..27 33 .450PlttsburRh ..25 33 .431
Boston 26 33 ,423t. Louis ,..M 40 .391
AMUR. ASS'N. HTATE LEAGUE.
W.UPct. W.LlPcL
Loiiisvl lie ...42 30 .683 Hastings ...30 1 .652
jinwauKee...JK i ,w9 licntrJco ....37 1 .587
Kan. C tv....40 33 .m n l.lnrM it mi
ailnncapolls.35 3 ,43:1 Columbus ..23 23 .S00
IKd ana'SolT r.&XS"
kP'WP!18 ???? ! Norfolk ...,18 27.372
Ht- I'aul 26 4S .366 Kearney ...14 3t .311
(erdny'a nraalts.
, WESTERN LEAGUE.
Lincoln, 2: Wichita, 3.
Topeka-Denver, postponed.
Bt. Joseph, 13; aioux City, 3.
Omaha, 6; Des Moines, 7.
. AMETIICAN LEAGUE.
Chicago. U Detroit, 8.
St Louis. 3-8; Cleveland, 8-0.
New York, 1; Washington, 2.
Boston, 5; Philadelphia, 3.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Philadelphia, B-2; Boston, 4-4, Second
called In eighth, darkness.
Brooklyn, l; Now York, 3.
Cincinnati, 1) Chicago, S,
Pittsburgh. 0: St. Louis, 1.
NEBRASKA STATE LEAGUE.
Grand Island-Norfolk; rain.
Kearney-Columbus: rain.
Hastings, 0; Superior, 2.
York-Beatrices rain.
Games Today,
Western Lengue-Llncolri at Wichita,
Topcha. at Denver, Bt. Joseph at Sioux
City, Omaha at Des Moines.
American League-Chicago at Detroit,
St, Louis at Cleveland. New Tork at
Washington, Boston at Philadelphia.
National League-Philadelphia at Boston,
Brooklyn at New Tork, Cincinnati at Chi
cago, Pittsburgh at St. Louis.
Federal Leaaue St. Lonln nt Knnui
City, Baltimore at Pittsburgh, Buffalo at
urooKiyn, umcago at inuianapolls.
American Association-Minneapolis at
Milwaukee. St. Paul at Kansas City, Co
lumbus at Louisville, Indianapolis at
Cleveland.
Nebraska State LeagueNew York at
Superior, Hastlnga at lltelntec, Grand
Island at Columbus. Kearnev at Nnrrnllr.
B.ilrd..o.C.,Btlcmfwy shrd omf wemf cmtw
the winning run In the eleventh Inning
yviuiuui. ui oui. ocoggins neia me locals
io jour mis until me ninui. score;
WICHITA.
AU. n, H. o.
Ochs, 3b S
Nicholson, If........ 5
O'ltourke, 2b 4
Graham, c 8
Henry, lb...., 5
Bills, cf R
FHxslmmons, ss..,, l
Boscolonl, rf. n
Rapp, rf.. as 4
Baker ,p..... 4
3
3
o
7
II
4
1
0
3
1
Totals
.41
9 33 10
LINCOLN.
Au. II. H. O. A. E.
McGafflgan. ss...... 6 0
0
4
l.ioya, ib & o l
Schrelber. lb......... 4 0 0
Miller, cf 6 1 a
gulllln, 3b 4 0 2
olllns, rf 6 0 3
Smith. If 4 0 0
1
14
2
1
0
1
7
0
0
lienor, o 4 o l
Scoggfns. p 4 11
Rspps, If 10 0
Totals .41. 3 11 ; IS 4
None out when winning run scored.
Lincoln 0 110000000 02
Wichita 0 000000030 1-3
a i, n fc5.a,e,sH n. : ,wcniu, 9.
Gatflgan to Schrelber to Rehor.
Btruck
oun uy co
i Bv Scoirclns 8- bv Baker l iVa...
balls- Off 8coaclns l piiL h.il
ham' Wild bitch- ficosiiln" MnSiri:
iton Time- 40 eco"81n- 1 nplre.
on nans
Graham
Gaston. Tlmo: 2:40.
Tener Disciplines
Cincinnati Rowdies
CHICAGO. Jun sa-n-esldent Tener of
the National league today disciplined
tnree players who participated In the dis
order of yesterday's gam between Cin
cinnati and Chicago In this city. Man
ager tierxog and Catcher Mullaney of
Cincinnati were impended for three days,
ana uood or Chicago was fined ta.
SlUtj Ryan Beats Miss Altahlaon.
WIMBLEDON, Enr., June tO.-Mlsa E.
A. Ryan ot California, today beat Mils
H. Altchlson In one of the semi-finals of
the English Ladles' lawn tennis singles
championship by t-4, 6-3. Miss Ryan
meets In the final, Mrs. Larcombe, cham
pion In 1911 The winner plays the title
holder. Mrs. Lambert Chambers.
Peshler Wallop Straus;. '
DE8HLER. Neb. Juna anrRno.iEi
Deahler defeated Strang yesterday, 13 "to
by the locals. The feature of the game'
was the hard hitting of the locals. Dea
ler put In an amateur pitcher to moke
the game more Interesting, but with the
uua support ot nis leam mates held the
visitors down. a
President of Taretvl easrao Dead.!
DECATUR, 111., June 30.-Vlrg H. San'
dern. prealdent of the Decatur Three'lH
Bos. Ball league club died erly today.
m Aitraquerqus, ot Jtubercaloais.
, . ""U11"'"
THE BEE:
Copyright, 114, by International New
ervlc.
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SEE TRAJCHT?
Alt
INH
THAT
THE 5A
J. TESREAU BEATS DODGERS
Hurler Ordered Out of Game Day
Before Comes Baok and Wins.
BREAKS TIE IN FIFTH FRAME
Twlrlcr IlrlTr-. In Stool1 on Thrre
Ilnfic Hit nml iKrorpa Himself on
Wild Pitch Hcore Is
Three to One.
NEW YOItK, June 30. .left Tesrcau,
who was ordered out of yesterday's game
by Umpire Johnson, camo back today and
beat Brooklyn in tho third game of the
series, 3 to 1. In addition to pitching a
strong game for New York TcsreaU broke
a tie In the fifth Inning when he dnne
In Stock with a three base hit, and scored
himself on a wild pitch. Hcore:
BROOKLYN.
fjnw YOItK.
AD.1I.O.A.K.
An.H.O.A.K.
ffMf .. ? ? ! ir. ef.. MM
numn d... 1 0 0 d 0Fltchr. u. 3 1 t 1
WhMt. If.... 4 1 a 0 01lobrt'n. tU M 0 0
CuUhiw. ft. 1 S 1 OMtrkle. lb... J 0 1 0 0
HUnsrl. rf...4 110 ADorlt. lb.... S 14 4 1
Hmlth. Sb....J 0 1 4 OHtnck. lb.... S O 1 1 0
Fiarbrr, C...3 1 4 2 OMerer. c... X 0 X Z 0
Rutboh, p. 1 0 1 0 0Trreu, ,p... 3 ,1 0 2 0
Humml ... 1 S 0 0 0
IT.tttn, p....O 0 0 10 Tottll.....!! ( 27 11 1
ToUll 1 H li "l
Batted for Reulbach in eighth.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
new York 0 0 o l 3 o o o '3
Base on errors: Brooklyn 2. Two
base hit: Bencher. Threa base hit:
Tesreau, Stolen bases: Burns. Ieft on
bases: New York 1; Hrooklyn 6. Double
Play: Doyle and Merkle. Base on balls:
Oft Tesreau '8. Struck out by Teareau 3;
by Iteulbaoh 3. Wild pitch: Roulbach.
Passed ball: -Fischer. IHIta: Off Reul
baoh. four in woven Innings; off Ragan,
one In one lulling. Time: 1:40. . Umpires:
Bryon and Johnson. r
Cnlm ' Defeat lleds.
CHICAGO, June 30.-Clnclnnatl'a errors
In tho filth and seventh innings, coupled
with a fuslilado of hits, winch Included a
home run by Saler In the eighth, gave
Chicago the socond game of the series to
day, by 5 to 1. Score:
CINCINNATI. CHICAGO.
AD.U.O.A.K. All. II. O, A. u.
Moral), rf.... 4 0 0 0 lLtlch, cf....i 3 ft 0 0
Ucrshamr, 4 0 3 OOood, rf 4 0 1 0 0
Oun. 2b.....4 0 13 lHalfr. lb.... 4 1 li 0 0
Clark. C.... 4 2X1 OZImnnin. ah 1 S i 0
JUKllnis. lb 1 0 1 ISchulta. If.. 4 0 3 0 0
HODiilKI. Ibl 111 1 OSw.nr, lb. 4 12 3 0
rtu. cf.... 1 0 3 0 rfOorrldro, as. 3 1 0 4 0
Millar 1 0 0 0 Onremihtn. el 1 3 0 0
unier, II ... 0 0 0 0 OHumphrlei, p4 1 0 3 0
jjtir, ir loooo
BtXai, cf,...0 0 1 t l Total 3J 11 37 11 0
AriiM. p 3 0 1 4 O
MeLAiigtlln 10 0 0 0
Totala SO 4 24 It t
Batted for Laross In seventh.
Battel for Uhler In ninth.
Cincinnati .....0 oooooioo-l
Chicago 0 0001013 '-6
Two-base hit: Zimmerman. Home run:
Faler. hacniice hit: Oresnahan. Double
playtt: Zimmerman to Sweeney to Saler,
Groh to Hoblltsel. Lett on bases: Cin
cinnati, 6: Chicago. 9. Bases on bal.a:
Off Humphriea, 4: off Ames, 3. Struck out;
By Ames, 3; by Humphries, 1. Time; 2:24.
Umpires: Qulgley and Eason.
Divide nnuble.llender.
BOSTON. June 3a Philadelphia and
Bos. on divided a doublo-luader today,
the vlMltora taking the first context, n to
4; In thirteen Innings and Boston winning
tne second, 4 to 2. Darkness stopped the
second game after eight innings had teen
played. Score, first game:
PHILADELPHIA. DOSTOM.
AIl.ll.O.A.E. An.H.O.A.K
nyrna, 2b.... f 3 13 OOllbart. rf... 3 1 S 1
naekar. II... f 3 10 OKvfri. lb.... 4 113 1
Dtiora 0 0 0 0 ODusar. If.... 113 10
Lobart. lb... I 113 OMaranrll'. Ml I I I
Mat, is.... 1 1 OBctoraldt. lb. ft 111 0 0
Cravath. rf.. ft 3 10 OIHaJ. Ib..... 13 10
tudrlraa. lb.. I lit 0 OMann, ct.... 112 0 0
Paaltrt. ct.. ft X 3 0 OWballnt. e.. ft 0 3 0
KlltU.r. o... I 111 1 OCrutclxr. p.. 1 0 0
Jiliar. P 1 0 1 3 OStrand. p.... 3 1 0 3 0,
Alexander. pO 0 0 0 O'Murray ....1 00 0
Oonnollr ...110 0
Totals 41 li U II 0
Tntala.. ..41 11 11 24
Ron for Decker In thirteenth Inning.
Batted for Crutoher In sixth Inning.
uattra ror scnmiat m tntrteentn.
Philadelphia 3 O u i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-5
Luderus. Hits: Otr Crutcher. 7 in six In-
n,ngsi off Strond. 8 In seven Innings; off
12 ,n twolva nnlngs (none out In
thirteenth); off Alexander, 1 Inr one In-
Luderus. Hits: Off Crutcher. 7 In six In-
! nlng. Sacrifice hits; !.obert. livers. Sacri-
lice nyi aiaranvwe. nxoien Dases: ira
vath, Schmidt. Gilbert. Double plays:
TUxey to Luderus, Maranville to Evers to
Schmidt Left on bases: Philadelphia, 9:
Boston. 10, Bases on balls: Off Hlxey, 3;
off Crutcher, 4; off Strand, 2, Bases on
rrors: Philadelphia. 1. Struck out: By
lUxey. 5; by Alexander. 3; by Strand. 4.
Passed ball; Killlfer. Time: 3:01. Umpires:
Halt and Rlgler.
Score, second game
riULADELPIIIA. BOSTON.
AD.U.O.A.K. AB.H.O.A.K.
Dru. 3b.... 3 S 1 I OOllbart. rf... 4 1110
nacktr r. ... a i i s.TTr. .... - - -Ijobarti
3b... 3 0 0 0 ecoonollr. It. 4 1 1 0 C
Mirer, at.... 3 6 14 lMaranTll'. nl I 1 I t
Crarath. rt.. 1 1 1 6 0 Schmidt, lb. 3 0 4 3 0
lioeana. jb,. i i i" njiua, c. i w v
r xart. er.. w x o . ...., . .
Klllltar. C...1 0 S X 0M in. cf.... 2 0 3 0 0
OaacBftr. p.. 3 0 II lDwxr. ef....S 0 1 0 O
DTr 10 0 0 Oflowdr. lb... 3 100
.Juim, p 3 2 0 1 0
TeUli IT 4 It 13 4'OolllM 0 O 0 o a
Totals 5 " "i "T
Batted for Oeschger In eighth.
Ran for Schmidt In sixth.
Called Kcoount of darkness.
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-2
Boston ...0 0 0 0 0 4 0 -4
Two-bass hits. Connelly. Gowdy.
Luderus. Sacrifice fly: Deal. Sacrifice
hit: Lobert. Stolon base Connolly. Left
on basea: Boston, 7; Philadelphia, 4.
Bases on balls: Off Ouifhger, 2- Base on
errors: Boston, 2; Philadelphia, I. Struck
out: By James, t: by Oeschger, 3. Time:
1:30. Umpires: Rigler and Hart.
Cards Take Second.
ST. LOUIS, June S3. Salle bested
Harmon this afternoon In a pltcchers'
battle. St. Louis winning the second gams
of the series with Pittsburgh. 1 to 0. St
Louis scored Its run in the seventh, after
two were out. Score:
riTTSBimoH. t. wuif
An It O A K AD H O A B.
liiSfcw till oMaSi'V . i
I . " 9 1 1 3"ian, ir j i s a
Jw'ac-r, s.. 4 111, Miller, lb J 115 1
OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1914.
1 : r 1 I 1
s ( -
WHAT S THE MATTER 1 ( '
Iff "" N EiSifl I OCw"r WNOW- j , f
" 1 I KtM T CACK Hi STAND' r
TO THB usvt-ci 1 noVhW V . I
Konelchj, Ibl M 1 ewilten, rf... 1 1 l- 0
MILcbtll. rf.. 2 15 1 0HaUr, .... 3 0 0 2 0
Kflly. cf.... 3 10 0 Pwinio, C.... 3 1 f 1 0
Calcmu, c. 2 0 2 3 tDeck 3b S 0 0 ft 0
Mnsor ....0' 0 0 0 0sllee, p.... i 0 1 0
llirmon, p...I 0 0 3 0
McQullltn, p 0 0 0 0 0 ToUll 24 E 27 14 1
Ktttn, c.i. 1 0 1 1 0
Total 34 4 24 II 1
Batted for Coleman In eighth.
Pittsburgh 0 o 0 0 0 U 0 0 00
St Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 -l
Hits: Off Hiirmon, & In eight Innings;
off McQuillan 0 In one Inning. .Hacrifica
hit: Mensor. Stolen bases: Dolan, Wilson.
DouUo play; Mitchell to Konetchy, Left
on baesi Pittsburgh, 4; Ht. Loulw, 2. Bases
on balls: Off Harmon, 3. Struck out: By
Hnllee. &; by Harmon. 2. Time: 1:28. Um
pires: Ktem and Emslle.
CHANCE picKS lF"
NEW FIRST BASEMAN
WASHINGTON, June SO. Manager
Frank Chance of the New York Ameri
cans today picked up another first base
man by taking over from the Woshlrig-
ton team Harry Kingman, a younir Cali
fornia player, who reported to Alanager
Griffith yesterday nnd.whoso work Chance
admired.
American Aasoclatlon Itraults.
R.H.E.
Columbus 3 12 2
Louisville 6 11 2
Minneapolis , 2 1 8
Milwaukee 9 11 1
Cleveland 8 10 3
Indianapolis ....3 9 2
I
Ilaxnru Loses (Same.
LITCHFIELD. Neb., June 30. (Special
Telegram.) Haxard was defeated by the
Prairie Dogs here yesterday, 11 to 4. Bat
teries: Fralrlo Dogs, llalbelson and
Halbelson: Haxard, Berg, Roberts and
Cowln.
Presbytery Takes
4No Action m Case
of A. J. MacMurty
Although the term of suspension of
Andrew J. MncMurtry from the Presby
terian ministry has run ono year, no
action in the case will be taken by the
Presbytery of Omaha until next fall.
Tho suspended minister, who formerly
was pastor at Schuyler, was declared
suspended after a judicial Inquiry, and it
was ordered that he remain so until he
gave satisfactory evidence of repentance.
it being expected that he would do so
within one year. He applied for rein
statement some time -ago, but withdrew
bis application when the presbytery de
elded that It was out of order. When
that body assembles for Its next regular
meeting It will decide by vot whether
to unfrock the suspended preacher or re
admit him to the ministry.
Garbage Company
Wants New Contract
The Omaha Rendering and Feed com
pany has asked the city council to enter
Into a five-year qontract for garbage re
moval. The present contract with this
company expires July 17. The company
has been removing garbage free of cost
to the city. The council has referred the
proposal to the committee of the whole
meeting Monday for consideration,
CITY EMPLOYE IS ASKING
THE CITY FOR DAMAGES
The question as to whether a city em
ploye lnjuied while. In the performance
ot his duty should receive damsges In
addition 'to his salary for the time he was
In the hospital because ot the Injuries Tias
come before the city commission for de
clslon on an attempt to compromise the
suit brought by former Assistant pas
Commissioner O. A, Scott, who Is suing
for damages because of Injuries sustained
when a city automobile in which he was
riding turned turtle.
The request for a. compromise, Scott
agreeing to accept J300, will be discussed
at the meeting ot the council In commit
tee, ot the wiole Monday.
INDIAN AND FAMILY COME
TO SEE WILD WEST SHOW
To see Buffalo Bill and his Indians and
cowboys In their warpath act ot the Sells
Floto combined shows, Alfred Blackbird,
an educated Indian living at Macy, .Neb.,
came to Omaha with his wife and daugh
ter. The little girl has been reared among
the most civilised Influences and had
never aeon a real wild west exhibition,
such as Colonel Cody presents.
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS
James I. Woodard. assistant post
master, had returned from a two weeks'
vacation spent in Micnigan.
C. M. ReJ. suDerintendent In railway
mall service. Is making an inspection ot
tne lines in nonnern tvsusas.
Miss Bella Robinson left Monday even
ing for New Tork to sail July 7, to spend
the summer in uurope.
M. It. Blackwell. assistant suoerlntcnd
ent Jn the railway mall service, has re
turned irom ma vacation trip to UKia-
homo.
Stn-KBlhrns Wrak KtduT.
Electric Bitters 'Will more than surprlss
uii after the first bottle. Get a bottle
today. .Safe and sure. 60c, and 31.00. For
cole by all druggists. Advertisement
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
REDS WIN FROM SUPERIOR
Wet Grounds Make it Difficult for
Game to Proceed.
UMPIRE DISPLEASES CEMENTERS
Nibs . Dellhers Oration to Grand
Inlnnd from Field nnd Gels
Iloasir.d Aplenty for Ills
Jndsment.
SUPERIOR. Neb., June DO.-fSpedal
Telegram.) eWt grounds and rains dur
ing the game made It bad for good play
ing today. A home run with two men on
was tho main efature besides a talk to
the grandstand by Umplro Meyers, whose
eye seemed bad on balls and strikes for
a dry town. Score:
Hastings. aurKHion.
AU.H.O.A.tl. An. H O. a i:.
nchUIJ, rt.. 4 110 AObat, 3b 3 I 0 4 0
K. Drown, 3b 4 1 1 OOray 2b 4 1 3 3 0
nannatt, cf.. 13 OKemnln. na.. ft 1410
tfettman, lb.. 4 III 1 1 Brown. If.... 4 1300
houim, 11.. 4 I I 0Drsl7. lb. .. 4 0 7 3 0
llcllrlch, at.. 4 10 3 TbUtri-. cf 2 0 3 1 3
Matttckf. 2b. 3 14 1 aKrr.ll. rf.... 3 1 I n
Rlcb'rdaon, c4 1 ft 0 OOreana, o.... 4 13 3 0
A. Vance, p, 4 1 1 ft OParks, p 1 0 1 0
weldinan, p. 3 0 1 1 0
Total! Hl2t:4 1
Totala 33 27 14 ft
Hastings 2 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0-4
superior 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 13
Homo run: Mattlcka. Three.hnsa hit!
Bennett. Two-base hit: Greene. Stolen
bases: McCabe, Mattlcks (2). Sacrifice
hits: E. Brown, Gray. Struck .out: BV
Vance, 4; bv Parks, 1; by Weldman. 1.
Flnt base on balls: Oft Vance, 3; off
Parks. Hit by pitched balls: By Vance,
Obt and Thfesalng; by Weldman, Mat
ticks. Double play: Thclsslng to Gray.
Umpire: Meyers.
Omaha real estate Is the best Investment
you could make. Read The Beo'a real
estate columns.
THERE will be
JL about your comfort all Summer,
if you wear cool, loose-fitting, light
woven B.V. D.' You'll "play the game"
of Life with keen relish. You'll belong
to the "Big League" of Keep-Cools.
By the wiiy, remember that not all Athletic Underwear is B. V. D. On every B, V. D. Un
dergarment is sewed.
WELL. UPOT4
WORO
HF BACK
Many Enter for the
City Tennis Meet
Starting July 4
Quite a largs number ot Omaha tennis I
players have already entered their names
for the city tournament, which will start
at the Field clnb July 4. The biggest list
consists of Field club players, but the
field ot entries from other Omaha, clubs
Is sufficiently largo to assure some com
petition tor tho Field club cracks. Art
flHhnr whn hs. nlnVAil In ev.rv nitv
- " - J
tourney for the last sixteen years, will
bo among the missing this year.
The entries up to date Include Harry
Koch, Sam Caldwell, Jack Switzler, Ralph
'Ralney, Robert Howe, Georgo Riley, John
Madden. Buxz Colpetzer, Joe Adams, Dr.
Lee Van Camp, Clark Powsll, Cub Pot
ter, John Cole, Harvey Readtnger, May
nard Swartz, Lawrence McCague, Lyman
McConncll, P. W. Casper and, Spike Ken
nedy. BRITISH ROWING EXPERT
PRAISES HARVARD CREW
HENLEY-ON-THAMES, England, June
30. British river experts, -after seeing the
wprk of the Harvard university second
eight and the Union Boat club of Boston
crew, expressed fears today as to whether
they would be able to prevent the grand
challenge cup from crossing the Atlantic
this year. They had an opportunity of
comparing the rowing ot both American
eights with that of tho English crows,
and the remarkable speed developed by
the trans-Atlantic oarsmen surprised the
English aquatic sportsmen.
no "foul" or "fumble
TkisRtdir,venLabt
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firmly in your mind and make the
salesman ihtw it to you. That posi
tively safeguards you.
B. V. D. Coat Cut Undenhirti and
Knee Length Drawer, 50c, 75c,
$1.00 and f 1.50 the Garment
B. V. D. Union Suits (Pat U.S.A.
43007) 9)1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00
and $5.00 the Suit
Tie
B. V. D. Company,
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TODAf A.LL
DAt -IbNT
FEDS LOSE KDjLIFER APPEAL
Decision of Judge Sessions is Upheld
by Higher Federal Court.
INJUNCTION REFUSED BY JURIST
Catcher Jumped to Outlaws from
Philadelphia Nntlonnl Clnb nnd
Then Reconsidered, and
Jumped Back Atratrf.,
CINCINNATI, O., June 30.' The United
States circuit court of appeals here today
affirmed the decision ot United States
District Judge Sessions in the case ot
Catcher William H. Killlfer. Jr. Judge.
Sessions had refused to grant an Injuno-
tlon asked for by the Chicago Federal
league club restraining Killlfer from ploy
ing with tho Philadelphia. National league
club and tho case had been appealed.
Killlfer, who was under reservation to
the Philadelphia Nationals, signed a Fed
eral leaguo contract and Jumped to that
league. Later he, reconsidered his action
and went back to the Philadelphia Na
tional league team.
The Chicago Federals then sought an
Injunction restraining him from playing
with the Philadelphia club, but in a de
cision rendered at Grand Rapids, Mich.,
April 10 last, United States Judge Ses
sions denied the injunction becauso in his
opinion tho Federals had not come Into
court with "clean hands." The Federals
then asked that an appeal be allowed and
Judge Sessions granted tho request
In Its appeal the Chicago Federal leaguo
contended that Judge Sessions has erred
In his decision because he did not grant
the temporary injunction and because It
had come Into court" wllh "clean hands,1'
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