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'J - -' 'l. ' American League Umpire In 'Action. HFWKljfln
y American Aasociation
Begins Its Fifth Year
Play la Started In the Various Cltlee
with Every Indication of a Pros
V. . Tlje American association has start
7 a Its fifth season and It looks as If
ijt better teams would represent nil the
- veyes;"Wltn' neM leaders of big
league experience In like positions,
and 'teams made tip of the best of
. ypung talent mixed with vetorans,
there' is not only ait fielding and
heavy hitting, but it Is doubtful if
there Is any more insldo team play
In the big league clubs than there Is
1n the American association. The
lans that are supporting these teams
are beginning to roallzo this, and this
is one of the reasons for lucreased
attendance, which is expected to reach
high water mark tho present season.
Comparisons or tho different teams
are useless Just now, not only bo
cause of tho uncertainties of baseball
but because hardly a single team is
complete at this ttmo. IlowoVor, thoso
who aro Interested can hardly resist
the temptation to speculate along this
line. Perhaps popular selection of
first division clubs around the circuit,
basing opinion on tho present lineups,
would be Columbus, Toledo, Louis
ville and Kansas City. .Minneapolis,
'.npweyer, may demand consideration
, among tho leaders before the season
Alt reports indicate Indianapolis
lias keen strengthened, and Mllwaukoo
is likely tq be .a strong factor In tho
race ,agalp. St. Paul is of doubtful
caliber Just ribw, but great things are
expected of Manager 'Ashenbach, who
haa;'-strings on' a number of major
league players' who may make that
team' dangerous in tho championship
,racei . "
The acceptance of terms, by Dick
Coojlajr as Held manager of tho Louis
vllle' team has cleared tho atmos
phere) considerably, and unless all
siinafallilio.Colonols-again will havo
an aggregation of hitters that should
lead the league. The fielding strength
of the team has not been sacrificed in
the least in fact, It appears to have
been improved, The team Is also
strong in pltohers and catchers, but a
number of the battery men still aro
boIdlBg out. With either Po'itz or Sul
livan as chief backstop the Colonels
will look-as strong on paper as uny
,tiam la the league. The management
.lias' beeu. particularly fortunato In
, ;Jaifrln tjyqv young pltohers, Wright
' end' Bunion,, who liavri impressed, ihelr
"ihWr own against tho volerans who
will later try to. dlsplaco them.
& Parent Signs Contract.
t'Ar'fr repeatedly declining.' to sign a
contrail with the Boston American
league 'club because the management
" i Refused him .the salary that ho do
,, LyHafed,Freddy Parent, shortstop,
V V caaliulated.'and attached ,blsAslgna
v "ts. , cture to a document which enrolls
It.i' aim i .with the team for. this year. It
r t. ''HtSM IritnurW 'wholhap ihn nlnvor ctvn
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. 2lai,t the conditions which hud been
viiytMtAi uuori him. by the mannge-
kf whether the manugoment
kimt: ty the lotig term contract and
aajtary wmen nnu uuon uumunu
Good Fight Certain for
American League Managers All Sure
They Can Land the
The flglit for tho American leagui
pennant this season will be doll's play
compared to the scrap for- the cellnt
championship. Not one of thn rpc
ond division clubs of last season has
it chance to finish lower than first
this time, and for that wo havo the
word of tho malingers, so It must be
,13oston, which was backed over tho
dump last season with a superb rec
ord of lost games, came to life rlcht
at the start, In accordance with Its
manager's prophecy, nnd defeats the
Athletics in a 14-innlng game. Wash
ington showed something, of Its early
form of lost season under tho "born
loader," Jake Stahl, nnd only lost
to New York by a i to ;i score.
Detroit, In tho basis on tho predic
tions, of Jennings and tho ginger ol
the entiro make-up of tho team, can't-
tinisn possibly, by nny course of rea
soning, lower than first. Of course
Jow York won, .nnd that benrs out
Griffith's prediction of n pennant at
Ins't ror tho Highlanders..
MeAlecrHs absolutely sure that his
rejuvenated.-Hrowns, which ho hns
built up In four years around Hobble
Wallace, will bo In the front at the
finish; nnd tho Nnps! tho Naps!.
wen, cajole is certain ho will bust the
hoodoo 40 ways that haB been hang
ing around tho Cloveland club nnd Its
, It's ridiculous in tho extremo to
dope 'out tho Whlto Sox, world's cham
pions of 1906, as anything elso than
ropoaters at tho pennant-winning
gamo. Of courso Connlo Mack has the
pennant-winning stuff in his aggrega
tion. U'h a grand outlook for buBoball
an along- tho lino In the American
lenguo. .Every town will be satlsflod
becniiso pf having a pennant-winning
team, nnd tho roars that "hnv imn,.
up In thp past over second division
nggregntions- or talljoiitlors will be
happily missing for a little while.
AROUND THE BASES
Kruegor. tho California outfielder,
has earned a place on the Cincinnati
team by hlu excellent work iimvn
south In a gamo against Birmingham,
Krueger beat out a bunt nnd stole
Second. thlWl and hnmn onnnnnnllvolv
Jake Stahl has gone to Doomlngl
ton. uui., to take charge of. the
Jloosier ball team. Slab! had nu offer
from Champaign to succeed George
Huff, but, had already accepted the
inaiuna varBiiy oner-.
Wvfltt. f.llfi. Mm llfff hlltn,- nn tl.
Altoona club, has seen many years ol
brttWli.A nM ifcii kill L1.i t
-ul;-.vu uu uiu un num. jjo aiso nao
big league. aorvlce with Washington
It wpuldtnot be "Burprlslng If ,thert
y'as, a; wholbsaje ahakeup on the Bos
ton Americans. It Is bdlloved that
Colllmi, Parent and several others will
ho traded before the season opens.
Johnny Bates is leading the Boa
ton club In Mttlngwith Fred Toniwy
running him a close aeeond. Th
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TO MAKE NEW DASH'FOR POLE.
Commander Peary Gets Three Years'
Leave of Absence.
Now York. The application of Rob
ert B. Pcnry, U. S. N., for leave of ub
nenco of three years, which has been
approved by the secretary of tho navy,
has uncovered tho fact-that Command
er Peary definitely purposes to make
another attempt this summer to roach
tho north polo. The threo years' leave'
of nbsenco during which ho made his
famous 'Journey (o tho farthest norlh
ever reached by iiiaft 87 degrees fi
minutes expired on Sunday, April 10,
nnd tho new leave begins at once.
Preparations for another dash to
ward tho polo have" been well under
R. E. PEARY, U. 8. N.
(He Will Make Another Attempt tc
Reach the North Pole.)
way nil wlnior, but Connaindej Tcarj
nnd his associates of the Peary Arcth;
club hqvo been keeping secret their
action, as it was felt that It would be
a breach of courtesy, If not of discip
line, for the navnl officer to nnnouncc
his voyngo until his superiors ntiulo
It possible by their upprovhl. Tho
order granting the leave of uhsonco
stipulates that the time is to bo de
voted to arctic exploration.
Funds necessary for tho next trip
to the polo have not been obtained
In ndequnto quantity, but It Is stated
that there Is no uneasiness ns to that
Morris K. Jcssup and another well
known man of wealth, who caused lib
connection with the enterprise to be
kept secret, furnished practically nil
of the $160,000 for tho purchase of the
Hoosovolt and the fitting out of the
Capt. Robert Martlett of St. Johns
N. P., sailing master of tho Roosevelt,
has been notified to como to Now
ork In May to superintend the.
nitlng out of tho vessel.
Sledges will again bo the depend
once of tho explorer and ho will again
follow thoAnici'lcnn route, making fi
dash across the Ice from his winter
quarters toward tho pole, which ho Is
more confident than ever of reaching.
WOMAN ELECTED PEACE JUDGE.
Chicago. Mrs. Catherine Wnusfi
McCullocli has tho distinction of h i
Ing tho first woman Justice of tl.e
penco In Illinois, having boon c1.ccO.mI
to that olllco by tho voters of Evans
ton. "Squlro" McCullocli Is tho
mother of several children nnd le u'
noted worker in tho cause of woman's
suffrage. Sho ulso has a husband nnd
legal attainments. William S. Moore,
her plumber competitor in tho race,
CATHERINE WAUGH McCULLOCH.
(Woman Elected Justice of Peace at
was among thn first to congratulate
lior, Accompanying his noto woro ton
dozen American beauties. ,
"I am kind of sorry .l:hoat him,"
sho snld as slit) .sniffed tlq roses,
"Many ifnughtory Imo dpo worth.
Ily, but thou oxcollpHt thuni nJlA
ProvcrbH, xxxl., 2H," was thn telegram
hhri received from Row Knlo Ilughes.
pastor of n church nt Tabic drove
Mrs. McCullocli rocolvod congratu
lations from judgeil nil over tho, state
and from 100 suffiago clubs.
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so Saulro McCnlloch Is not llkeiy to
bo postered by drunks and dlsordor
licit, ulthotight It has a population of
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Tho amount of money yon
havo lost by keeping your
spare rooms vacant so long.
A largo sum is it not? Mako
up your mind that you will
lose money no longer in this
way. Have your ad inserted
in Tho Mirror for a week,
which will cost you 60 cents.
Your room will then be
rented. Cheap commission to
pay, is it not?
Phono ads to No. eltker
WANTED Young man of good ap
pearances and a hustler. Bring
reference Call 115 Kust Church.
0JUL- WANTED .To Eim paiifs
making, nt 1331 West Center street.
"01 SALE A No. 8 cook stove,
good as now, coal or wood. Just
halt price, G69 E. Church, or ad.
dress S., caro Mirror. tf
OR SALE on-j seven room houso
on FIcs nvenuo, two seven room
houses on Bennett stret, ono sev
en room houso on Nye street, ono
sir room houso on Nye street, ono
six room houso on Glad street.
Cash or cosy payments. Call Cit
izens phono 311, Doll C02 x or
Inquire of L. H. LoLaudcr.
POR SALB-FJvo year old black driv
ing horse. Also buggy and harness
and a uno horse wagon. Doth
phones. L. H. DeU-uider, David
POR SALE A Typewriter, good aB
new. Here "s an opportunity to uct
u machine nt a low price. C. M.
Docket. Phouo 1337. -MM-tr
POIl SA L"eOR TRADEireocry
stock. Will tuk! cheap lot as part
pay. Auurcss u.xunro Mirror.
run RENT Curtain AiylcherH, at
(!07 North Prospect stvect, or call
Citizens phone 1-1078.
fc'OR RENT ii room honsc'on Ed.,
ward street. Cltyorator, gas a'irt
cistern. J. K. SSUuingcr, phono
Street, third house
at GIG Silver
cast of Leader
The Feminine Plaint.
Helen, four years old, whllo dining
recently at the house of her aunt, de
sired her water glass refilled. Her
father, who But beside her, poifrcd
thp water till it filled the glass to iho
very brim nnd threntonend each mom
ont Jo overflow. Tho little tot looked
it It for a moment, and then In n dis
gusted tone rcniarkud,"Now, ain't that
Just like a man."
Kiiht Buffalo, N. Y., Api-a 'f).-eiUllu-Kocuipto
slow 10 (".' liOo lower. Prhne stceif
0.75 (i; 1200 to 1100 pound
steers 5.LT (ii) 5. (ill; 1030 to 1130
liouiul .steers -l.titi 3.-10; liulf
fat steers 'l.'J3 4.-10; .heifers
l.'JS 5.35; fuwa :i.50 4.75;
hulls y.50 () 5; stoekcrs nnd
feeders' 3.50 (rT) 4.75; -mildi c0vh
and Hpriucis WO (a) 50.
Veal calves Kecoipls 'J,700; ac
itve, steady. Tnca 7 7.23;
cull lo fair 3.75 0.75.
Sheep uul lunibs-Jfeccijds IS,
000; lambs iift:ivu nt a shade eas
ier. Sliet Jowor anil slow. Choice
lambs 7.05 fjjj 7. SO; cull to ,lair
u.u (il 7.50; ycarliiis 0.50 (,7, 7;
welhuis 0 (a) (i.25; ewes 5.50 Cii
o..i; mixed ,sluu D.75 (W) (i;
cull Iieop 2.25 4.25.
Iioyd-Receipts Kj.150; ,nai.kt!t
tiuvly notive, pljjs firmer; other
B...v. .! UJ lower, ioruei-s
and pi-s 0.1)0 (i.)55 ,ixc(l pack
11 0.00; heavy i-.ules fl;75
J.0 rouglw 5.00 0; stags
UNION STOOK YARDS.
Union Stock- Vnrds, Ills., April ail.
-Receipts W.OUO; estimated for Tues
day, 4,000; market 10c lower, steady,
l'rltuo beeves Clu C.-iO; jmor to
nioilluiii 1.20 5.35; stoekors and
rccdors 2.00 5J0; cows and heifers
2.00 5.25; winners, 1.75 & 2.85;
Texans 4,10 -1.80.
Hogs Receipts 42,000; esllmatett
for Tucsda", 17,000) markot 2 1.2 Q
5o lowor; light, G.IO 0,57 1-2;
rough, G,20 0.35; mixed C.15 Si
o.iio; Heavy fi.io dp 0,57 1-2; plgB,
i) u u.iiu,
22,000; estimated I
for Tuesday 15,000
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7 'P an 4 ' wculB
W ti.HO! WatflB hi .
.Daily Market Report
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
Wo can move anything movable.
Transfer work in our specially.
Citizens I'Jiono 700. Bell- 170 It.
UCTlONEERINQ-J. W. CiarK
will cry sales of every description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your interest la my
Interest. Oftico rooms, Court street.
Doth phones. Marlon. Ohio.
This is tho seventeenth year Lima
Business Collcgo has boon in suc
cessful operation in tho city of
Lima. It is now ono of the larg
est private schools in the west.
Many a young man points with
pride to tho fact that ho is gradu
ate of Lima Business Oollene.,
Many a .successful .business man
owes his success to the thorough
buinoss training ho received there
..Seventeen years of succossfnl ef
fort as a busiucss collcgo is no
mean record. Seventeen years of
steady growth, of a business doub
I lod twice in that timo means that
it has merited what it has gained;
that it has met the requirement of
a modern business age; that it hat
turned out students who have suc
cessfully held tho positions furnish
ed, to them; that it has established
a record for honesty and Kquare
dealing; that it is recognized as one
of Ohio's best institutions of
learning. Bookkeeping tx Short
hand course $30.
For information, address,
H. W. PEARS President
. Lima, Ohio. '
I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Business
No Mattor Whero Located.
Properties and Business ef all kiait
sold quickly for cash in all parte
of tho United States. Don't Wait.,
Write today describing what yo
havo to sell and give cash prica m
IF" YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Seal
tato anywhore at any price writ
mo your requirements. ' I. can sTt
you time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue
& 8.70; western lambs, G.7C 8.70.
Cleveland, April 20. Hogs Re
ceipts 35 cars; steady. Shipments,
GOO. YorK-rs, ti.80; mediums and
heavlca f.75 (i.SO: best pigs, G.85;
stags an J. roughs I G.10.
Calves- Receipts 100; steady, un
changed. Sheep and lambs Receipts 2 ears;'
I steady, unchanged.
Cattle Receipts 20 ears; steady,
ChiciiKo, A'pril 2!). Wheal
ClosiM 7-S fj' le to le IoavCi'; May
railed from 71' 1-1 lo 71) 3-1; elos-
J 2; July sold from 82
to 82,3-1; and closed at 82 1-4;
Corn Finished 1-S to 1-le high
er; May ranged from 41) 1-2 to
50 1-4; c4osiu,' nt 50 1-4; July
from 41) 1-4 to 41) 7-S; closinir at
Oats-Were 1-S 7) l-4e lower to
fliiulo higher at the chwo ray
sold fi-oin 44 3-8 to 44 .1-1; clos
ing at 44 3-1; July from 41 1-2
to 41 7-Scj with the close at 41 7-8.
Toledo, April 20. -Wheat-Cash
SI 1-S; Way SI 1-1: Jiilv 83 7-8
Seplomlior. 85 1-S.
Corn-Osli 50 1-4; AIuv 50 1-2 j
July 50 .'l-l; September 51 1-1.
Oiils-fasli 45 1-2; May 44 3-i
July 42 3-8 ; Septeaibof 33 1-8.
Cloveivedil-Cnsli nnd pril 0..13
Oeloher 7.5-r)' Deeomhor 7.57 1-2;
pH'ino nlilce 7.f)5; priino timoliiy
ltyo-No. 1, 72 1-2; No'. 2,
1-11; No. ,1, 00 1-2. .,,
OHIO AGO PRODUOl.1
Chicago, April J0;' Iltlttor ' Hleadyj'
tJflBsf weak; poultry uiichungcd.
Uutler Bxtm In creamery 2G 1-2
firsts 22 Q) 21.
Eiretf-KxlraK 17 .1-1; lrats 15 l-l:
prime firsts 111 l-f.
'Poultry-mii-keys, hens 12: chickona
hons 12; duoka 11 1.2: weso. nm
dozen, 5 $7.
Cheoso fl'wlns 13 ffD It: voinw
Americas II is.- II ,
,UEW YORK PRODUOB.
Nolv York4,' Ajll 20.-Eu-.
lloueiplh 21,800 pnekaijesj Vlioiee
firlii. torrliy wlillo falicy 20; n
till Inlxetl 18 X-2 10; mU
pivu, thnlH 17 .1-4 aiid',18j i'li
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