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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1913.
Swat Mil lig art's Galvanic Bat
Stolen by Red Sox Hit Out
Runs Intended for Giants
Peerless Hitter Fires One of His Secret Service
Men for Letting Bat Get Away, to Burn Holes
. in Larry Doyle's "Ho i Shield," Specially
Invented by the Willow Swamp
Expert to Stop All Hits,
BY SWAT Mll.hlt: AS.
(Ths Peerless Hitter of the Poison OaKa.)
ELL, me and Mac la ready to make our laat stand, and It looks like
we've tot a swell chance. You fans Jet' lav low and say nothln',
and if you'll keep your syes skinned 'long about the fifth Innin'
you'll see somethln' come off. That's
the way things Agger now, but there
ain't no tllln' when I'm join' to git
crossed. I Jes' can't put no more de
pendence In them secret service men
of mine. Every time I turn 'em loose
they balls up somethln'.
There ain't no use In talkin'. You
can't tA h one of these big leaguers
the Willow Swamp way of doln'
things In a minute. My secret ser
vice squad has pullod so many bones
that I fired three of em this marnln'
and sent 'em bark to Bobbletown
We never ould've lost that
game Saturday if It hadn't been for
one of my picked men goln' to sleep
on the Job and splllln' the beans.
Four il.i v ago me atvt Msa knowed
titers wag goln' in bs trouble In this
i tries on atvount of balls glttln' trrouch
the Intlelders' lege. I allowed as how I
rnuld etop that anrt we sent a man all
OLD RACE TRACKS
MAY BE RE-OPENED
UNDER NEW RULING
Justice Scudder Holds Individ
ual Bets, Without Book
making Art Not Illegal.
A decision which, If upheld In the
higher courts, will afford sn opening for
the revival of horse racing hi this
fltats was ftlel with the tleek of Mat
sau County, at Mineola, to-day. It was
handed down by Justice He.i.Mer of the
rhiprsme Court In the ease, of Paul
Hlrins. avuae.l of violating the witl
Bttlng law, and Is of prime Importance
to raring men, In that It holds that the
ownnrs and directors of a race tra-k
cannot no held guilty or oonnlvancs In
violating the law", unies they have post
tlve knowledge that bookmaklnx Is be
ing rarrlet on In the race track In
ctontire. under Ihelr supervision.
Jiiet.ce drudder Is pnrtlcular to stale
thai bookmaking and not ordinary bet
ting, must be known to the .lire tors be
fore they can he assumed to have any
the way to Kobhletown to ...i a patent, knowledge of violation of the law. And
utntraptlon of mine that was used with success for years. This contraption Is , then the Vurt goes farther and gives
called the "Invisible hog shield" and It works perfect If handled right. It IS in the. dictum lhajl the law does not specify
list shape of a shield and made out of a preparation like thin rubber except It
Tt invisible so that you can't see it. I fleet Invented It for bow-legged men to
See In hssdln' off hogs In dlt.-nes. 1 s'poss you know that when a bow-legged
man tries to head a lmg In a ditch, the minute he stoops MI MM porker will
tlx. t between his legs and git away. Well, my invisible hog ShlSld was made
sa. that a man could button It to his pants all the way down on both legs and
bead off anything In the world. It would stretch so that he wouldn't notice It
a stoopln', but It was sure to stop anything that iried to git through. When I
first went Into baseball I saw right off that this would be a groat thing for
When Doyle and Fletcher missed them balls In the second game I hurried
of my men out to the Willow Swamp League to git a pair of them hog
racing associations criminally liable for
violations of the antl-betUng law on the
(.remises under their control. This Im
pelled wealthv race) track men to get
oit of the game, as they did not wish
to risk Imprisonment. If Justk-e Scud
drr's contention that the owners and
directors cannot he barged with re
ennneubl'.lty for the acts of persons
making nets on a horse race, but not
bookmaking. la upheld, there would ap
pear to he a chance for reopening Bel
mont Park. Oravesend and other racing
plants which have been Idle.
The salient points of Justice Rcudder's
decision, which sre of supreme Import
ance to sll Interested, either In the re
vival of horseraolnr or a continuance of
the present system of suppression, fol
While In reality the ststuta Is direct
ed arn nut ga nbllng. not against Its In
cidents, the Isw hss laid hold of cortsln
Inc. dents on the theory that thoas he
in prohibited the evil Itself will be sup
pressed I.ecstUS of the impracticability
of csrrylng on gambling on a large scale
without some of the accessories de
nounced by the ststuts.'
"Whether this plan Is the best plan
Is for the Legislature, not for the
courts, tn determine. The oourt s pow
rrlees to hold that a given act. or a se
ries of acts, constitute a crime, nnless
they fall within the prohibition of ths
statute. The remedy for ths svll com
plained of hers must corns from ths
Leglsleture. Ths Legislature hss mads
It a crime to bet oft prlseflghts. It can
maks It a crime to bet on horse rsess.
It haa not dons so. and the oourt la
powerless to do so. I hold thst ths Leg
alature. In Inserting In ItIO In Section
" of the Penal law after ths words
"bookmaking' ths words, "with or
without writing." did not Intend to
make betting a crime, bu&adld Intend to
Are Good Fighters
deal with thst form of professional
rntnhllng known as bookmiklng.
DIRECTORS CANNOT BE HELD
RESPONSIBLE FOR BETTING.
"It was contended on the argn:nint
thst If the sets slleged In this Inf. .Tui
tion constitute a crime, then the I!
tectors end persons In Charge of the
racing association are likewise guilty
of a crime, without any intent who
ever to violate the law. t agree with
the learned District-Attorney that the
answer to this Is, that the law reqvtPH
knowledge of the acts constituting ths
crime on the part of the persons
-nscd; and the law will not permit the
conviction o the owner of a rti NJ
track Who has no knowledge of the
fnct that bookmaking (not ordinary
hatting) Is going on upon his premises.
It la erroneous to say thnt any Dire -'or
could be held liable under these ron
dlllons under the present law. "ertlnn
M of the Penst Law of tha Stale
Vew York, as a pennl ststute trust
be strictly construed. True, there need
he no proof of actual knosledite where
n thing Is clearly and SXPFMtl pro
hibited, for In such a case knowledge
Is alwsya presumed: but here (he thing
prohibited la the keeping of a race
track used for gambling, snd no M feet Of
could be convicted of keeping a MM
track used for gambling unless It was
proven he had guilty knowledge that
ths place was. not once or twtre. bv
continually used for ga-nbllng In the
form of bookmaking (not of private
uedtlnrv and had taken no effe-tlve
means to stop It.
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BAD LIVER OR SLUGGISH BOWELS.
Thai Rent If, effective fruit laxative thoroughly cfoeUtf
your stomach, liver and 30 feet of bowcll of sour
Mlti poisons, gases and clopged-up waste.
A harmless cure for sick headache,
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digestion, coated tongue, aallowness,
pimples -take delicious Syrup of figs.
I'or the cause of sll these troubles
lies in a torpid liver and sluggish con
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A Icaspoonful of Syrup of Figs, to
night meara all poisonous waste
mailer, the undigested, fermenting
fowl and sour hile, gently moved on
and out of your system ny morning,
wilhont griping, nausea or weakness.
It means a cheery day to-morrow
many bright days thereafter
I'lease don't Ihink of gentle, effective
Syrup of Kips as a physic. Don't think
fN arc drugging yourself, for luscious
figs, senna and aromatira ran not in
jure any one.
This remarkable fruit prepsrstinn is
a wonderful stomach, liver and bo
cleanser. regulator and Imiic, the
safest sml must positive ever drvisi d
The day of violent purgatives, sin h
aa calomel, pills, salts ami castor oil
ii past. They were all wrong. You
got relief, but at what a col I Tliev
acted by flooding the bowels with
fluids, but these fluids were digestive
I 'uires. Syrup of r'itfs embody only .
isrmlrss laxatives, which ait in a
natural way. It does what right food ;
would do what eating lots of fruit j
and what plenty of esercise will do
for the liver, stomach and howele.
He sure you get the old reliable and
genuine Ask your druggist for the
full name. "Syrup of Figa snd Kit xir
of Senna," preparer! bv The California j
rig syrup ompany. Hand hack, with
scorn, any Kig Syrup imitation recom
mended aa " put as good."
Plain Corset Talks
Y ou know, as all wit
Cio, that nn imitation m
inferior to the genuine.
Al-o. that there is no
tion lo imitate anything thai isn't
Do ) i.u gel (hat?
Now, aa a wise woman, yot
will of courte avoid being "bun
coed" by the horde of hopeless
When you pay yen food
money, why not get the REAL
Be a Wise W
aono We Give and Redeem Surety Stamp Coupons oboe
Just what bookmaking la. This Is the
most liberal Interpretation o fthe law
that has been given. In that It gives an
opening to ths oarers and director! of
racetracks to avoM responsibility for
hettlng In which they have no Interest.
NOT A CRIME TO BET ON A
Shane was amated at the terminal
outside the Belmont l'ark race track
June . during the meeting of thy
Me and ; I'nlted Hums Itaclng Association.
Minus ana luirry osck wnn em. i ncy ...on t nn i.e.. ... ..,......... a.,..
Mac got together right then and buttoned one of them Invisible chteide on Larry was charged Shane went through the
Doyle and one on Fletcher. In practice they worked so perfect that l-orry said crowd at the terminal eoi'.cttlng bets,
he couldn't toll lhat he had it on. ut It was admitted he mads no nota-
Now. that ain't all we done. Karly In the game I se-n that Bedlent wasitlona of bets himself, hut allowed ths
takers to make their own memoranda.
The esse waa first tried before at
Justice of the 1'eace, and finally, after I
lntttin' a powder on the ball, and as soon as I smelt It I knew what was comin'
off. He was rubhln' it with a preparation called "nltro-dynamle powder" In the
Willow Swamp. Thn Idea waa that when this struck the bat It would blow It out
of the batter's ha " I and make him foul or pop up or somethln'.
In. my locker I had a patent rubber stick teat wss made special to offset the
ullre-dynamc powder. It was strung Inside with galvanic wires and things that
would make the powder explode when it hit the bst and knock the ball a mile.
Wen you hit one of them balls with that hat It will smoke all the way to the
feace and la mighty hard to ketch.
On account of hl sp'osist reliability I picked out Inspector Frost, ons of my
sleuths, to set ntr.r the bench und run In the bat when the right time come. I
was busy on another scheme snd couldn't art there all the time myself
there Is where inc and Mac made our mistake
Whether at Work or Play, Endurance
Come i from Good Digestion,
Always Assured by Stuart's
Men and women must have quick
and good grit to stand the aer'e battles.
A dyspeptic may get away with his werk.
hut la always at swords' points with
those around him. A goed stomach and
a gaud meal well digested puts ua In a
good. Jolly righting mood, the sort that
mows down work and commands the
hearty ro operation of our 'associates The
man at the head of a business who hss a
Mood stomach haa behind him a good
flahtlng (oree against competition and ths
dally mlxui.s that are bound to taka place.
In fact, a well organised business Is like
our digestive system.
Htunrt's Dyspepsia Tablets aa soon aa
take.. Into the system go rlsht to work as j
aaslstanta to the stomach, rendering It sn I
Immense amount of help In working out
(gal very complex processes of dlgeetlon. en
ioursglng It In the performance or its
functions, relieving It of a portion of Its
duties, thereby allowing It a temporary
respite, and also toning up, strengthening,
revitalising lis secretory glands, muceue
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... . ........ Oi.mpIiIp, ,iir..l. and mm
various motions hsd been areajifl, I walla' tn ,UQn . y ,., ,B, .,,
reached Justice Bcudder on writ of , taon recovers Its lost p.. were sf dl
habeas corpus, Shane being In BUStOdy. I gsstlsa, motility. assimilation and ultt
Justice Scudder's decision holds MmuM maiely does Its work as well aa ever with- 1
waa not guilty of bookmaking and or-lout outside assistance.
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man, wneu SU ot a suuuen i .ol,r ., i. ..... . iiruuru nut us.oa.nus.nsun nore ra. e . ,.uenrs Is surfsrlna from nisi
bullet for three l.asrs. I must have looked acarsM becuuac I amelt burnt powder s a crime, but Ihc law falla to specify nu.rllon ,nll mal a simulation, you owe
when that hail paaeel me. In a minute I heered another sharp report arid 1 seen Ju" wn"1 DO, '' ln,r'' i: to yourself 10 give the abused stomach
,fc MM WWW , tiuiua. in ,ir ill..!... nr . I, a... .. , I.. .........
Terkes start one nmnkln' toward centre. I knowed now that somethln" had gone J
wrong. I started ror the tilant nenen on a oeau run, out gut in irons ot mo
Boston bench Just In time to see Spesker pop one. I couM amesl ths powder
The ball went right toward Poyle and I waited to see the hog shield stop
that ball. I could tell by my patent slmetograph that It was goln' to bouncs
Use high for Larry's hands, but me and Mac was oountln' on the Invisible hog
Shield savin' the day.
i' -in another feennd I looked over snd Mae was turnln' psle. That ball went
right on through Larry nd to the outfield.
Jest then the bnt that Speaker Bd uied come rollln' right to my feet and the
minute I looked at It I knowed w-hat had come off.
It was my patent rubber hat for explodtn' the nltro-dynamlc powder. Speaker
bad used a double charge and the ball was blasin' ao brtak when it got to sscond
,at It burnt a big noie ngnt o jf.. ms. i.vi "-. w w,wwu,
.'Wit'' Wood In my eye I dashed over to where I had left inspector Frost to
Viwy m patent hats. There he was aou'.d asleep!
. sy I f.li fnr a hag of them aineu tnin to-aay.
wir when I smelt th- hag I If we don't win to-day I'm goln
, .1 thai Old Joe Uulrk. tlie lti.st.in stialght hack to Bobhletown and nevor
aUuah. had allnned him a slue), powder write anotber piece for no paper.
god had got hold of the patent but. The
rtoalon players had been battln' with
It for two innin'e, and to make sure of
the game they had put a double load of
the powder on every ball pitched!
I had the bat bank all right, but It waa
ja aood now, as them Red Sox had
used up all the electric juice In two la-
.1 reckon you noticed that after I got
te fcat back Matty didn't let another
Had Box player git to first i.uao for ths
asH ff hhe game, didn't you?
t-IWe'i I'm takln' you. aa one man to
.'.another, what Is a feller goln' to do
nkft tie can't trust his own help? I
.hon though, lhat a man from Hob
bletown is Just as much of a boob In a
Mg town like Boston as a big league
hall player would he in tho Willow
I filed Inspector Frost all right, and If
1 can keep (hem lemonade and peanut
away from the rest of my sleuths
me and Mac will be able to putt aOOie
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