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KVnNINO HUI.I.I-.T1N. DONOI.UMJ, T. 1!,, SATURDAY, JUNU 12, 1909.
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If. for Infants and Children.
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Save the Babies,
BTAXT IHORTAMTV Is something- frightful. Wo can hardly realize
llmluf ull Iho cliililrrti lioni in .ivilizl countries, lvvcntytwo per cent., or
nrarly one-qiu-lor, tlio boforo they reach ono J car; thirty-seven per cent., or
morn tlrm onc-tlunl, hrforn they aro live, nmt onn-linlf beforo they nro fifteen 1
We do not lic.sil.ito to nay Mini a timely use of Castoria would savo a majority
of theso precious lives. Neither do wo licsltnt n to say that many of these Infanldn
deaths nro ocaiiionrd by tlio ttso of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures ami
Boiitliinj syrups Bold for children's complaints contain mora or less opium, or
morphine, 1 hey nro, In considerable ipi.-uitltlm, iloailly poison. In any quantity,
(hoy Ktnpi fy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Cnstoria
operates exactly tin) reverse. It t mists the blood to circulato properly, opens tlio
pores of tlio skin and allajs feer.
nl(rnn( n ro of
'I hTP niM ynnr OfictwU In cum nf rnt.p In
f lilMrcn Ami hiue fnnntl It tlio hn-t nuOlrtno of
klud on tha tunrkct." J. K. Siurau:, M. li
. Chlrogn, III.
A tnfdlflnrpiTiiliiihlQ ii'l lrn'flritl fnr rtiU
iltf n ah yenr t'Mfmln l uWcm.4 the Mctiot ftrnlo.
J.H. AnxANDrji, M 1),,
- Omali i, Nib.
' nTe nM ynr Cat torli nn mrlont orr Mon
In Atiliihlcrnirftifrnl Itivo r.mnl It a intntH nn-t
rfflrltnt iMsiltcrfpctlNllj In tti urtmi iIIpi&hr
of thlMtiool "
Cim, Kdwari (lirmtrn, M.I),
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Children Cry for
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Taliirl Is tt fnr flilHrrn jci't I frrriiTlly
l-rwrilj It, flnit AliTRrn fihtlln Ilia drfilrril rrvntt.
F. UllULII llLATTmn, M 1).,
Ilullnlo, N. V.
"1 ht jif"'1 t'torUtofinniciiforTrrl
rrar. Itlsullrlflit. Jlnlhrn liko It, for children
ulll uko It nltliout u IronMc "
C. A. Wllnos.M. I).,
' Your CsMnrl l A pplrnitl'l rrmwly for thlMrrti,
knnwn llifi wnrM nrrr. I iiimi It In iiiy imrtIco tni
tmr fm liMllsnrr lu rrcominf njlns It for too com
I'lalula- uf ILfalit ul clilllr-tl.'
J. A. UOASMAN, M. P.,
Etou CIIJ, Mo.
In Uce For Over
THEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
The motorcycle that h noted for its Simplicity. Durabili
ty, Strength. Power and Speed.
The economy of the motor bicycle appeals to all. Its
cost of maintenance, ami operation is so insignflcant as to
make motorcycljnp; lh. most ecouomicnl form of transpor
tation ' Known today. When you ttop to consider the vast
amount of recreation and pleasure obtained at sfach 'low
operating cost, it is not surprising that motorcycling is
steadily gaining in public favor. And when you bring
to these conditions a. machine that is perfect in construc
tion, and dependable under the most severe service condi
tions, there can be little caute for. wonder that the "R-S"
Motor Bicycle ''as Rained such a strong hold on public
Call and sec our new stock or send for a catalogue.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
German Wins Marathon Race Breanc
Motor Mile in 1 Min. 9 Sccj.
Race Easily Trcmcnous
Runs Second Hcdrick
Bccman Wins Bicycle
Crowd of Spectators
Dr. Ilimii of tlio V. M. C. A. deheives slon mid, nlllioiigh BtraiiRe In say,
tiiu Rifiitest credit for tlio excellent m-IHivr man fell, both itiHchlncri wciu
badly Injured, ull tlio spokes lieln
lipped out of Van IltiUuh's ni.u hlne.
show lie put up K'slt'tday lit Knpliilanl
l'ark. Tin Hiorts meetliiKH was u Iiurv
This accident put Iho tnn men out of
Mireess fioiu oury stainhnlnt, and tliettho raco anil although l'adaken
185 King St,
tliiitiHiiiulH of spectators who crowded
out to the Park hail milhliu; but praise
fur tlio clean, Mialglil class of men
who took p.iit In the vuilout, compel!
The sporting doctor uas iililiiiltims
and uas unllrliiK In his effort to make
tilings ku with n hum. And besides the
limit wirk of uiraiiKluRS IIiIiikm the
doctor always had a uortyliiK tliiiuglil
to contend ullh, and that was the fuel
that Mime of tlio people would be killed
by Iho IIjIiib motor cjclf. Something
should he done to lull or rope off luc
"ti:dglil" ut tlio p.uk track or elho
sonmlny tliciv will be a terrible ac
Tho crowd would Hot listen to lea
sou and 11 Is n mlraclo that some ol
tho children who thronged tlio tiack
were not run over. At times It seemed
luoWtnlilo that an accident sbiiuld or
cur and u yell would go up as a iiii
mlle-au hour machine would conic
(lushing down the track, Just as a
humh of kids would n-amlcr on to tin
course and start taking bites out or
an apple. Then Ihero would h
mmciiiis from all sides nuil walug in
arms, but tho jouugsti-rs would calm
ly munch on, mid eseapo death l
Then In tho iirdlnary c)clo ruce the
ildors had to simply rldu head down
nt tho ciowd, which in some a
would uh.ii up and let tho cyclist'
thiuugli, but Immediately close again
till the next rider appeared. Now and
again n ildeV would put In an pppenr
anco whilst an argument ro record
Maui Mum times wits going on and
then thcro would bo souio fun.
Still, taking It all together, every
thing was O. K. and the only draw back
was the unfenced track;. Tho park
looked nt Its best and thousands of
people wcro present. No matter In
which direction ono looked, there wcro
groups of lcnlc paitles enJo)lng them
selves miller tlio trees and, ut tho same
llnio watching tho different events.
And tho best part of the whole busi
ness was that hero striilght,'slioncsl
rating wan going on, and all tho men
wicio showing what they could tlo with
only tho kudos to lewaid them after
Tim s.'orts slatted ut 1 o'clock and
weio not finished till nflcr '. Tho
.Marathon nico was tlio first event mid
nine men faced tlio starter, (ioriimn
was it hot favorite for Iho race and l.e
llicr-cu was considered tlio second
choice Tho touts vvero about correct
lu their tips, as (lornian won a duo
rare with tlio game little murine Just
ono mile lelilnd him. Tliu other start
ers were Iliodeilck, Mnby, Cockburn,
Kwiug, Ilonnn, MtC.indless and Nott.
(ormaii took the lead as Iho pistol
went and his long stride ut oneo bu
gau to toll. Tlio men Hindu one cir
cuit of (ho park track and then swung
out on Iho road for their long Journey.
Tho last seen of tho runners was as
Secretaries ilr other author- '
Izcd fepfescnlifilves of clubs
are nskdd to siod In n llsl of '
rrctiirt, nclioduled by them, thit
tney may uo inciuueu in tno
program. Address all comtnu-
olratlnns to tin' Sporting Kill-
tor, evening Bulletin.
June 12: Match.
June ZG: Moannlun.
Juno 12: KabUlul Crultc.
June 13: Marines vs. Itrd
Six; Aalns vs, C. A. 0.
June 12: Country Club.
Juno iB: Tom Morris Cup.
(Country Club )
Tho officers! of the regiments mid tliclrH
ladles ng Usual attended In force nnd
rooted In Krcat stylo for their teams.
Tho Marines managed to put It over
the Shafttrs lb the tuuo of 8 to I, and
grcnt wail tho joy of tho half wets.
Gibson nnd Audeison funned Iho bai
(cry for tho Marines, while ftiimsc)
and Oaklcj did like duty for the b'linft-
crs. ino line-up or bom teams was
las follows. Marines llaycs, 2b.; Wil
liams, lb.; (inf. Sh.; Davis, rr.; dlbson
p.; Anderson, c; Thompson, If.; Ma
kin, rf.; Winters, ss. l-tirt Hhsftcrs
' McCnll, 2b.; I.ciiiu, Jh.; i:ills, If.;
Itowe. ss.; Urady. lh ; lloloun. rr.,
jUongol, cf.; Ilnmsey, p; Oakley, c.
The greatest Interest was taken In
the KRine, and although soinu of tlio
I Sliectalors trltwl In rtlilHn tlii.U II... n
'!!..... (I... l..n...lfM ..lt.l..n. . ' ' " - M""
' ",u 'J""- "" -.... ..- iietween Ibo races and the ball gone.
...inn. nmi !-; ncnrlv eiervlHwlv ui ull ili.n- .. ..,i,..i
to seo of the best sinirts meeting ever
held at K.lplolnnl I'nrk, Drr Hand h:u
set the hall rolling, and It Is In h
unpen inn-, on tne ifiiiun or jiiiv wi
changed machines and CLiitluucd, lie
had Inst at least It mile nnd could nut
regain the lead. Ilccrman won easily
and showed very gmjit foim It is
hard to say whether ho could have
heiiten IMdckeii ti lid Villi llulzcn If (ho
accident had nut happched
lleeiiuan's time was .10 19 niul, as
that Is seven minutes slower tlinn tho
I lino put up b Dr. Hunt! some years
ii go, and fur beating which ho had of
teied a gold watch, the timepiece re
mains lu the doctor's ihishcssIiiii till
the next I hue.
Tho next event was the five mile
motor cycle raco for 314 h. p or under,
single cylinder, and only tno men
started In It. Ilerrlck, on a 2 h. p.
machlno inn against Strauss on a
similar power cycle. Tho p.iio that
Hen Irk got up was wondcilul. and he
-diowed that he Is scared of nothing,
lie cut out tho first, inllo In HI (from
a stauilliM start); two miles lu 3, Hi;
thiee miles in 4:C1; four miles G.32;
Mid Iho full distance lu S minutes l.V'(
ciune on, and .Ayrns, Jurdln and
Tlghe stinted In tho event. Jnrdln at
iiiice took the lead and set a very live
ly pace from the pistol. A) res, walk
ing In first class style, lay second ami
McTlgho L rough t up the rear.
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m me I wll hsvn niinllw.r imrut ,lnvV ,...,
end of the first tulle Jardln still led by Th,. liwillall i,.n,i unlr :a.,i,.i
White Cotton Cloth, 36 in. wide.
10c a yard
Ii. Alloy, Nuuami, bolow Hotel
about five yards, nnd Ayres, who wilh
wfilklng well within bliilself, lieg'in to
(pilcken his pace. At one mile nnd r
three-quarters Ayrck put on n flue
sprint iin.l, raildly overhauling tho
Irndor took tho rlKbt-of-way mid landed
an easy winner by five yards. Time
19:1.1. J. i rill n put up a (tno effort am'
ran Into second place. Tho walking
raco being pan, another mot-M ryolo
raco took place and this time It wits
over a two mile course.'1 Therb were
three starters In the event, vlii: Iler
rlck, Ilcrgor and Slraims; thh (list
limned lldcr went off at .1 veil f.'iul
gait and quickly took thv lead fruifi
Ilerger, Derrick's machlno ws 2
h. p. as was Strauss', Ahllo 'tjOigor
was mounted on a 314 h. p. bett-di-jvetl
Ynlo. Ilerrlck cut tint tin two miles
in 2:GS and won easily, tho second mull
(Strauss) taking 3,32 io cover tlio
course. Tho belt-driven maclilnu was
not In .tlio same class as tin chain
Tho last event In tho; tnntoi cycle
lino wns a teu-iullo race for whleb
three men Mnrteilj-llorrlck, Ilerger
mid 11. Chilton, Ilerger rodu a 0 h, p.
machlno; Ilerrlck a B h. (. and Chlltcn
n 21 h. p. This roco waB remarkable
for tho mishaps that hapiencd to the
marhlno that Derrick was riding. Ho
seemed to get Into pllkU soon after
tho start nnd had to slop "for repairs,
thereby losing about oiio-hnltl mile.
Then, when ho was making up leeway
In grcnt style, something else lnii
, pencil to tho ejelo once more and ho
had to slow down again. Ily that tlnu
Iho tiillend of them disappeared around 1 Dergcr had got a vory long lead and
tho corner of tho park. At Hint tliuo
(ionnaii wna leading by 11 few yards
and tho rest of tho men wore hunched.
As soon as tho Marathmi nice wiu
wcdl on Its way the lt-mllo bicycle race
cauio up for discussion mid six men
faced tho starter. Ueermmi, l'adaken
and Van llnleu, were tho most fan
cied for th raco uiid after 11 couplo of
miles had been negotiated, It was seen
that, barring accidents, tho winner
would como from their ranks.
However, when tho riders had cov
eied about flvo miles, with I'adoken,
Ilecrmau and Van Ilnlzen locked to
gcthcr, 1111 iiufortunatu accident nc-
cm iod which lobbed tho raco of most
of Its Interest. Tho tlireo riders had
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it wus hopeless Tor Ilerrlck to try and
flerger reeled off tho ten miles In
13:32 nnd finished alone. Derrick, af
ter repairing his machine, wont on nnd
cut out some very fust miles, ono be
ing 1I0110 In 1:20. Then, tho raco be
ing over, Derrick had a try ut Iho fly.
lug-sturt mllo record. Do wanted to
get within tho minute for tho mllo. but
such it paco, Is lniiosslhlo on the ICp
plolnnl track, which Is not banked at
tho turns. Derrick, hnwover, managed
to cover tlio mllo lu 1 mlntito 9 sec
onds, whli Ii is remarkably good time
for tho track.
At 3 o'clock a baseball match began
between dho Marines nnd tliu I-'ort
Just Hashed across tho lino when Pad- Shuftertt, and a big crowd wended Irs
eken and Van llulzcn caino into colli way norms Iho park to tho diamond.
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
ATry0NHAMM,YflUNOiARAGE. ' PHONE 109.
lleregr played sntno line Ho'i-ctluiu. iJLut
nig iiic attnriuion mid tho miislr Anr
H It B
Fltie Gulf At
Tho Counlry Chili was" well attended
jieslorilny, dhd tho play for tho four
ball foursomo was watched with great
Interest by over 0116.
Armstrong nnd Waterman can led off
the first jirlzc, nnd Hartwoll iin-i
Iteuidmuro wore the lullucra up. Tbo
prizes In connection with tin- ovent
wcro very npproprlato, and coiadsted
6f smoker's supplies.
Tills afternoon there will bo plaj be.
twecn tho members to decide vjio will
'represent tho Country Club In tho Tom
Morris cup cmiiietltlon, mid s'liiio flnn
play should evenlliute. Six Members
are almost certnfii to make tbo team
und for tho remaining tno places there
Is a lot of rivalry.
Tho play may bu made any time this
afternoon, (providing tho player Is ac
companied by 'a member to clu ek hU
card. No entrance fee Is chin god and
all iho arrangements for tlio comfoit
of tho players nro complete
There will bo a dinner served at Iho
Club this ovcnlng and ns tliu bus will
run as usual fioni iho end of thj car
lino to tho Club House, no doubt n
large crowd of non-platers will turn
out to spend tho evening at tho pop-
ular resort. Tho scores In yesterday's
play wcro as follows:
Tlrst Round. C, A. Durtvvcll and O.
Ileardmnro heat J. A. Wilder and Jas,
Kenwlck, 4 up and 2 to piny; C. IC.
Edmunds nnd Jas. rlddca beat J, U.
Young and A. 1'. Judd, 2 up mid 1 to
play; V. Simpson and II. Holm beat
11. u. uarier nnu 11. a, wuikit. 3 1111
and 2 to play; A. Y. Kwart and O. Pot
ter boat 0. Angus and A. C. Robinson,
2 up; M. A. Robinson and C. Kimball,
bye; 8. (1. Wilder nnd J. I). Mclncrny,
bye; T. (IIII nnd J. O. Spencer, hyu; r.
Armstrong and K. J. Waterman, byo.
Second Hound C. A. Ilartwell and
S. Ilearilinorn beat C, IC. Kdinuns and
Jas. Flddcs, 6 up anil 3 to play; A. Y.
Kwart and (1. Potter beat W. Simpson
nnd II. B0I10, 1 up; 8. O. Wlhlor and
J. I). Molnorny beat M. A. Robinson
und C. Kimball, 2 up nnd 1 to play;
Y. Armstrong nnd B. J. Waterman
bcaj T. Gill und J. O, Spencer, 4 up and
3 to piny.
Third Round C. A. Dnrtwell nnd 8.
Heard mora beat A, K. Kwart am) 0.
Potter, 1 up; Y. Armstrong and U. .1
Waterman beat S. 0. Wilder and J D.
Mclncrny, I up.
Fourth Round Y. Armstrong and K,
J. Waterman beat C. A. Ilartwell and
o, neanimortv a up anil a to play.
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