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Champs Win Opener by i io
THOMAS MAKES A HOMER
The Only Run of the Great
Al Wilmot Pitches a Great Game-
Both Teams Held Well
(By Fred Sypher.)
Youngstown, .Inly ISO. Two
liHii.lfulls of faithful fans at Willis
pink Tuesday reaped a rich lewnrd.
1'liej &a one ot the gieatest base
ball battles uer waged on any Held,
a wunderlul otfenxu and defense
game a spaikler and sizzler lrom
slui t to llnisli.
Will Thoinith. by a mighty home
run in I he second, a diiboer Red
I'ViioIIk Hery bend to the i'oneo
the longest hit cur made at Willi.
paik seoied the only run. Fiom
then mi the Champs ionghl the tie-
Jfciisc, and u gi enter light net or was
put up. Dick 111 ecu siud L'urley
13Ionnt weio the lleldiiig stars, and
Louie Sehettler pitched one of. the
gieatest games of W caieer. Twice
Hi cm made marvelous plays when
n slip-iip would have been disas
trous. Hltiinl kept tin vNitors
from tieiujr the seme in the seventh
liv n great throw to the plate, and
twice Sehcttk'i' choked oir tin visit
ois when it seemed .h though they
could not be Mopped; onco in tho
second iuuiiur, wlieu Jimmy Lucas
Mailed thin;! with a 1 tilde. Luskey
could not hit the ball out of the
diamond and Wilmot breeed. In
the seventh, with one down, Dau
herl. Dninun's new llrl Packer,
tripled. It was following Dnitbeit's
mighty drive that ltlount made his
great throw. Cuiley got the ball
away instantly. It bounded per
fectly Io OMdiek.
Heller balanced learn play than
the Champs put up a team never
had. Chances thai even the Champs
themselves have looked upon, ns im
kmIic wore gobbled up and easi
ly. TJie only clinker was made by
AVill Thomas on a hard fly thai the
wind made a foolrr of." "Will got
under the bull after going for il
bnckwnrd and fr.ywnrd. It eamo
down in his outstretched bauds and
MR. WILL THOMAS,
Whose Mighty Swat Won the
Opposing on tlio heaving mound
was that old hoodoo, Al Wilmot.
Albert was much n puzlo ns ever,
and even moie so, except for the
champion sw ataman. Just threo hits
weie made olf him. Cap. ,Stnrr an
Hill Hannon .singled, besides Thom
as' home run.
Two strike and Iwo balls Aere
on fielder .Hill when he landed for
his fiiiulriiple. He was first man up
in the second. Ned Farrell could not
run baios for n sore ankle, but
there wns no sign of lameness as
ho lure after the ball. Fiehlor Hill
could have made another base had
(here been need of it.
Ovations that would have been
creditable to a fan throng four
(lime, greater greotcd the fielding
and batting star, Scheltlor never
received a greater hand than when
he ivnlked in in the third after gel
finsr out without a score, and with
Jimmy Lueis on third while three.
Lim- Humors were shelved. Luskey,
following Lucas, poked a sizzW at
Hreon, Hick shnrod Lucas back to
third bv a feint then threw Io Han
lon, Wilmot fanned. JfcCIi'.f' '
plucked a drive by Mylott with his
The one sure, safe remedy for flair
trouble). It makes the hair beautiful,
heavy and fluffy. Use it every day
and watch your Iiair improve.
THB MXlttON "BSlIiT m&K0kkWEDNESta, SUfiY'ST, 1907
glove and on the run flied the ball
1" jiu- times it wan up Io Hreen at
enleial moments. Again, in the
fourth, Dick was called upon with
the game at stake. Farrell singled,
and on Thomas dropping the ball)
Manager Ditimin, running for Red,
went Io third. Hnrk ended it by
poking one at Uroen. Hick made
one of tin greatest stbps ever made
on n local lot lin tlio sixth, and, in
eidentnlly, shut oft' tlio Lime Hunt
ers when their bteath was begin
ning Io be hot.
Schcltler paxsed Flood, his nlily
pass of the game, Fan ell followed
wilh a liner to short rigid . Dick
was nt'ler it with the crack' of the
bat, and leaping into the air. he
pulled the ball down. Flood, never
suippi'ling tlmt Rroen would come
anywhere near I lie ball, was easily
doubled at flrt.
' A. good start toward making trou
ble was flipped by tlio Howery boy
in Ihe ninth. Flood lilt. Farrell
dittoed, only Hreen got it. Hannon
wenl nfler the drive, which was in
his territory if in anybody's. Hreen
rushed over and grabbed ihe ball
on the bound.
Hill Btiiinon wns given a warm re
eeptlon, which he proved was due
him. Hill ployed a perfect game av.
first. Holding a la Jlill Schwarl..
lie had ginger, and drove out as
m ell v and clean a single as was
ever made. He made two nice slops
H.'sides lining a game tlmt kept
all on edge, the fray was the fastest
championship game of the season.
It took only nn hour and twenty
live miimtos, Hammer Wiijrht was
ill and unable to be at ihe lot.
Cap. Starr wns in command.
Redman, if. ...
2(1 II 27 14 1
nb. IT. po.n.o.
.MVIl'tl. SS 'I
Hood, .11 :i
Farrell, rf 4
nithiidge, 2b 4
Flaubert, lb. .:. 3
Rmk. m. ,.....'. f
Uiciii! if". .';.Jttc...:i
Luskey, e. .., .1
Wilmot, p :i
Totals ....' .10 r. 24 14 0
Youngstown. 01 fT'o 0 00 0 1
Mai-ion 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
Nun Thomas. Homo run Thom
as. Three-hasp hit Daubed. Stolen
base Starr. Double, play Hreen to
Hannon. Base on balls Oft Schell
ler 1; off Wilmot 2. Struck out
Hy Sehettler 5. Umpire Smink.
Akion 7; Lancaster 1.
Newark 7: New Castle H.
Mansfield fi; Sharon 2.
Youngstown 1 ; Marion 0.
Mansfield at Shawn.
Marion at Youngstown.
Newark at New Castle.
Lancoster at Akron.
New Castle, a,, July III
Ashonbaek, of the Indianapolis
team of Hie American Association,
was hom today looking oCr tlo
New Castle players. Ho particular
ly wanted to eo Hinkney, the star
second baseman of the circuit, woik
ing, but the Clevelond boy has been
out of Hie game three weeks with
an injured nnklo. Ho lias just re
turned here after a slay at home,
but will nnf bo able to play for
laAflbl-lEliD 6; SHARON 2.
Sharon, Pa,. July .10. By bunch
ing hits and clever bnse-running
Mansfield defeated Sharon today.
Hiicholz was effect ivo except in the
seventh, when Sharon got three hit
mid t-o iitiis. The playing of
Oreene nnd Delolmnty featured
what would olherwiso. have been a
'tedious game. Score
Sharon.. 00000020 0 7 1
Mans. . . 01001201 1-fi 8 1
Batteries-Noah . and Mutlison;
Hucholz and Hreymoiier.
NEWARK 7 j NEW CASTLE 3.
Now Castle, Pa., July ,10. A
balling rally gave New- Castle three
mils in tho ninth upon five singles
nnd n batsman hit, but tho locals
could not overcome Newark's lead.
Bowers replaced Kennedy in the
fourth. Two games will' be played
Now c. oooooooo n-n 10 4
Newark 01410010 0-.7 0 0
Batteries Kennedy, .Bowers and
Lauzon; Locke nud Winters.
AKRON .RECALLS NEBINGER.
Akron. Ohio, July 31, Dick Ne
binger has ibeen recalled from Bea-
Afn'i'fier Fast on ac
e.ritfli ed condition oi
Hie Akron team riinUlie will bo used
Oilier lit he olillleTillor as n utllitt
mall the letiiaithfet'f the season.
HOW THE'OLuls STAND.
,er Falls by
muni at the
W. h. Pol.
M 28 .or
ro no .op
14 02 .5?
:in 42 .4ftl
.10 42 .4S1
32 44 .421
no 4S ,nm
30 52 ..100
ftew issue ....v.
Marion ;,.-.?. . 32
. . . ..p. . .
AKRON 7:" fiANCASTEfe 1.
Akion, July 3-After winning
hut two games of tjifl nine played on
the last till). Almm? hatted Justus
from tho box thlspiternoon and took
an easy game frdihjiijiiu aster 7 to 1.
Ctut Elstnu'n libmdr over the right
field fence gnvffy'tlTb visitors their
only run. Fox'sPhRtliig was tlio fea
Lancnster ...0 0 OJO O () O 1 01 7 1
Akron 2 Ojno.f) 0 0 0 7 9 1
llatterles -Jilstusy'ii Qould
Oooile and I.tilbllge
nig lor havcliall
at WelilLpatk Ufa after-
noon. Unite iriurgoirrnwil Aent out
n n .. MHMUWH .1
to the park to
witness the contest.
To game. wifMbo played this af
ternoon in the Y?r. C. A. league.
The St. Mnrvjjgfi the Malleablcs
will play thohjgl, game and tho
Y. M. C. Affid.thp Clerks wilt
do baltle in the sefond.
RUNS WERE 1 1NTERESTING.
An Intercstlilg .came of hall wai
played by two Eiisl End teams Tues
day, the scoro bitn47 to 30. For tho
winning team Harry Gibson, Itobort
Iloyd, Charles tbffif T.cst6r Drlckard
and Raymond Davis played fine, ball,
while Pailnl CoclTifrnl. Artbln- Ilrtrtl.
ard, Chester Siiiittifiinil Homer Coch-
erol starred fori the defeated aSKro-
White 8ox andjWashlnrjtona Divided
the Honors fnaDouble-Header.
Standing of tho Clubs.
Chicago .:'... G5
Detroit Mft El
Cleveland .... '.V?U634
Athletics .... ;?.Se0'
New York 41
St, Louis 36
i . J&Nk .1
Following are Tuesday's scores:
At Boston Cleveland 0, Boston 3.
Clarkson, Bonds, Young, Shaw.
At Philadelphia St. Loillo 1. Ath
letics 2. Powell, iSpeucor; Bender,
At Washington Chicago 4, Wash
ington 2. Patterson, Sullivan, Me
Farland; Patten, Falkeuberg, Hughes,
Second game: Chicago 4, Washing
ton G. Whlto, Hart; Falkonberg, Hoy
At Now York- Dotrolt C, New York
1. KlUJan, Schmidt; Hogg, Klelnow.
Standing of tho Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago CC' 24 .733
Pittsburg :'E3 , 33 .610
Now York 52 34 .G05
Philadelphia 'JG 38 .518
Brooklyn ....41, 50 .451
Boston '37 49 .430
Cincinnati 37 52 ,418
St. Louis j21 73 .223
At Chicago Brooklyn, 0, Chicago
7 ten Innings. Boll, Rltter; Overall,
At Pittsburg Boston- 3, Pittsburg
12. Dorner, Necdham; Phlllppl, Gib
Eon. At Cincinnati Philadelphia 0, Cin
cinnati 8. Corrldon, Brown, Jack
lltsch; Hltt, McLean.
At St. Louis Now, York 11, St.
Louis 0. Lynch, Brosnahau; Walters,
POLICEMAN KILLED' EX-CONVICT.
A Fierce Battle In the Streets of Chi
cago, During Which Many Shots
Chicago, July 31. William Wood, a
colored ex-cotivlct, was Instantly
killed Tuesday by Police Sergeant
Hertz, after a fierce revolver fight in
which Wood and several ofllcers bo
sldo Hertz participated. During tho
tight Henry A. Noyes, a bystander,
was shot and sorlously wounded by
Wood was discovered In tho baso
mont of a bakery ut 2848 Archor ave
nue, and tho baker asked that an ofll
ccr bo sont to arrest him. Officer Me
Comb was scut to tho place, and
when he entered tho basement and
demanded the surrender 'of Wood, the
latter opened fire with a revolver.
McComb returned tho fire nnd tho
colored man fled from tho basomont
with McComb In hot pursuit. Noyes
was standing In front of his homo at
209 South Sangamon street whoii
tho negro-passe;l him, and a bullet
from thd negiS's revolvor struck
him In tho abdomen. '
Sorgeant Hertz and several other
policemen Joined In tho pursuit, and
for several blocks tho running fight
was continued. Wood finally sought
to escupo by climbing the fence sur
rounding the yards of the People's
O as, Light and CokoCo. Ho was on
the fenco when Hertz fired nt him,
the bullet striking hlai in tho back
and causing Instant death.
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Everyone should take a. tonic in the Spring; their systems require it, The blood has
become thick and sluggish with the accumulations left in the system from breathinMhe
impure air of closed rooms and overheated buildings ; the heavy', rich foods of the "Winter?
season, etc., and when this vital fluid is aroused and stirred to quicker action by the return
of warmer weather, these waste matters and poisons are distributed through the circulation,
to act depressiugly and injuriously on the system. The blood being in this unnatural aud
impure condition is unable to furnish the body with the proper amount of nourishment and
strength, and the system suffers from debility,, weakness, nervousness, indigestion, loss of
appetite, and many other unpleasant symptoms of a disordered blood circulation.
The depleted system must have assistance ; it needs a tonic and it is important that the
proper one be selected. When the health is in this disordered condition it is not safe to
tfike unknown concoctions, sarsaparillas, etc., , . t . . . .Hiin. .
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because tliey usually contain potash or can bo had: It slmnlv cannot bo improved upoh as a
other strong mineral ingredients which act nmrSi
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run uown, weaKenea system, ac
11 uvcus ucuut: uuu uuiurui
throw off the impurities and
lost enertjy. A great deal
UUlaVOrablV ana Olten damrcrotlSlV on tile and I was run down In health, and havlne seetl your
these days about living close to nature, aud
it is more aoolicable to medicines, nerhans.
than anything else. Nature has provided a remedy for all the ills of mankind, and medicines
made from nature's vegetation act better in every way than do the strong mineral mixtures
which are the products of the chemist's or apothecary's shop.
The tireatest of all tonics
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it does not contain the slightest trace of mineral in any form it is especially adapted for a
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the blood, ridding it of aliy aud all impurities and poisoUs, and restoring the lost properties
of rich, nutritive strength so that it is enabled to supply to the system the heatliful, invig
orating energy needed to pass this trying season of the year. Its action is the most prompt,
THAT S. So S. MT
humor that may be in the blood
or other rash or eruption of the
tired feeling, quiets the nerves,
way acias tone ana vigor to tue
months that are to follow.
Iu selectiup- vour tonic for
good,1' but get Sa S. S., THE
forty years has been recognized
cumuie itLcyejcy way, q. v3. q,
No one would suspect Lieutenant
James Larkln of tho Chicago detective
buienu of having onco been a safo
blower. Ho docs not look tho part.
Ho played tho 10I0 of cracksman on
one occasion, nevertheless, nnd If you
pin hi in down to It ho'U admit that ho
can do ns neat a Job on 11 "box" as
any "poto man" In tho business.
Tho nontenant, who has tho reputa
tion ot knowing moro sufo robbers
than any other thief catcher In tho
United States, received a telegram ono
day In July, 1903, from tho president
of an express company asking him to
go to Philadelphia, whero a tost wns
to bo mndo of a "burglar-proof" safo.
A fow wcoks boforo tlmt tho express
company had Installed a safe on ono
of Its cars running out of Chicago,
which tlio manufacturers declared wns
practically burglnripioof. An order for
several' hundred of the safes was
about to bo placcdwlth tho manufac
turers, when tho ono that was mado as
a samplo was blown by train lobbors
near Davenport, la. This, of courso,
cancolcd negotiations townrd tho lot
ting ot tho contract, but tho safo man
ufacturers pleaded for tlmo In which
to mako nnothor strong box that
would withstand tho assault of all tho
burglars in tho land.
Tho express company wns as nnx
lous to get a burglur-proof safe ns
woro tho manufacturers to saako ono,
so tho ofllclals agreed to equip all tho
company's enrs with now safes If thoy
proved to ha Impervious to train' rob
bors. A four-ton safo wus built for
tho experiment, and, as hundreds ot
thousands of dollars depended upon
its being able to withstand the attack
of cracksmen, exponso was not spared
in Its manufacture.
At last It wsb completed, and tho
manufacturers notified tho express
company ofllclals that they had suc
ceeded In making a tfafti'jfhat all h--
couldn't o, .unless TtoSmb";.
was known. Tho presldont of tho ox-
press company, who, by the way was a
United States sonutor, bogan to look
mound for a handy iiinn who under
stood tho gentle ait of cracking a safe.
Ho asked a fow senators and sonio
congressman It they know anything
about tho business, and ono or two of
thorn bocamo Indignant. Falling to
get tiny Information on tho subject nt
Washington, ho wroto to "Billy" Pin-
Korton, explaining what ho wanton,
Tho noted detective nns'wered tho son-,
ator'n lettor, loconimendlng Liouton
ant Larkln ns "tlio -vory man for thq
Job." A day or two later Lloutonunt
Larkln recolvod a tologrum fiom the
president of the express company urg
ing him to start Eaul at once. Tho
BJ.e88ago.advhed him. to, "jeo .William'
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n Hnir whenrf medicine highly ndvertlsod 1 commencod ltd use. To-day
a nmewueutf y 00,1,, condition and my general health is of
th a boBt. Am filling
is being said
cern hero, and if I was not In good physical condition It
would bo Impossible for mo to fill tho place. Your 8. S, 8.
has boon of great aervlco to mo and I do not hesitate to
give It tho oredlt It deserves. WM, F. VAN DYKE.
815 Fifth St., Beaver Falls, Penn.
is S. S. S. It is made entirely
and thus prevent an outbreak
skin. S. S. S. restores lost energy, relieves that all wornoiit,
helps the appetite and imparts
entire system, ana prepares it ior tue depressing oummer
this vear do not be led into believing that others are " iust as
GREATEST OF ALL TONICS, and one that for more than
as such. It is Nature's tonic, absolutely pure and safe, and
is ior suie at an ursi-ciuba urug mures.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC
Pli'Kertoimnd he will explain."
Packing his "kit," or his satchel,
rather, tho lieutenant caught a train
that night nnd was in Philadelphia 21
hours later. The safo was waiting for
him; so was tho manufacturer and tho
ofllclnlB of tho express company, Tho
nontenant examined tho strong box
with tho eye of an expert In such mat
ters. It was mudo of 12 thicknesses
"Any tools you want, lieutenant,"
said tho president of tho express com
pany, "you can buy and Imvo tho bill
sont to me."
"I don't need any toolB," said Larkln
scornfully. "All I want Is a cotiplo of
old gunnysneks and sonio 'dy',"
"Sonio dyo?" queried tho president,
"What do you wunt of dyo?"
"I guess you don't understand mo,"
said Larkln. "'Dy' is what tho 'peto
men' call dynamite, Nltro-glycerln Is
'soup. I'm going to uso 'dy,' as I like
It hotter than 'soup,' and It Isn't so
dnngeious to handle"
"Oh, I seo," remarked thu presldont,
winking nt tho other olllclnls. "You're
going to uso 'dy' as you prefer It to
'soup.' Every man has his likes and
Tho safo was loaded on a truck nnd
taken to Washington Park, a pleasuio
resort a fow miles outsldo Philadel
phia on tho Dolawtuo liver. On leach
ing tho park tho nontenant took off
his cout and vest, It being nn oxtromo
ly hot day, and ho then consulted a
llttlo book entitled "Safo Blowing
Mado Easy," of which ho Is tho author.
"I had 50 pounds of 'dy' with mo,"
said the nontenant In telling tho story
at detectlvo hoadquartors tho othor
day, "as I thought best to have onough
In caso tho first nttempt was a 'fluko.'
Taking 15 of tho sticks of 'dy,' I laid
thorn on top ot tho snfo and then fixed
my fulminating cap, attached to an
oloctrlc wlro, which I ran for a dis
tanco of fiom horo across tho street.
Affor this I filled tho two gunny sacks
with sand dug It light thero In the
park and laid thorn on top of tho 'dy.'
Then 1 says to tho bunch: 'Now, got
buck to tho tall grass and don't como
up till you seo 1110 nt tho safo again,'
"When ovory thing was ready t goes
1 "n "'V'10 ? ""f" th
": J e " !?" 0"! '"1
plosion that shook tho earth, and that
'box,' which the manufacturer said
was burglar-proof, turned Inside out
It was tho prettiest Job of safo-.blowlng
l ovor saw. Thero Isn't any of them
that you can't blow If you only know
how, I used to know, but I forgot"
A teacher was Instructing a class of
young pupils In history, says a wrftor
In tho Philadelphia Bulletin, sho
asked ono of thorn how ninny wars
England fought with Spain.
"Six," tho little girl answered, .
"Six," repeated tho teacher. "Enu
merate them, plouso."
"Oao, two, three, four, flvo. elx,"
suld the llttlo gltl, cheerfully and confidently,
' : r " . " . ,
tioaltlon as fireman for u large con
of the roots, herbs aud barks
picasauc ana satisfactory 01 au ionics
and blood purifiers, and those who are
beginning to feel the need of a medi
cine to fortify the system against the
unpleasant conditions that come with
Spring, will do well to commence its use
at once. It will not only tone up the
system, but will remove any taint or
of Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum
a relish for food, and in every
COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA, $ Q
Bad Burn QuicHly Healed
"I am so delighted with what Cham
berlain's Sulvo has done for mo that
1 feel bound to write nnd tell you
so," says Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457
John St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My llt
tlo daughted had a bad burn on her
knee. I nplled n Chamberlnln's Salve
and It healed beautifully." This
salve allays tho pain ot n burn almost
It Is for sale by all druggists. i
Moorish Idea of Feminine Beauty.
The amiability ot Moorish women 5
strikes 1110 gicatly, says a wrltorlntho
National Itovlew. I vlsltod some the
other day, and they were full of kind-'
ly Intorest. Thoy liked my fair hair,
they liked my clothes; one old crone
suggested how lovely I should bo were
I to paint my cheeks a brilliant red,
stain my under lips coal black, adding
threo black vortical linos on my fore
heud and one In tho mlddlo ot my
chin, also stain my teeth with walnut
Juice, my hands with hennal I there
fore mbbed my cheekB with lny hand
kerchief till thoy tinned crimson; that
uiuuscd them highly, and they laughed
and said I needed no pulnt, but did
need henna and blacklngt
80 Nervous He
Could Not Work
Los3 of time means ,1,09s of
money. Dr. A. W, Chase's Nere
Pills save you both.
To the wago eai net- who needs steady
hanils to do his work and to whom tua
Iosh of u day or a, week meuna Unan
cl.il hardship and powlhly the lack of
ability to purchase the necessities of
life for his wife nnd little ones. Tha
statement of results obtained In Just
audi a caeo by Mr. Fred Hoyt of 724
Cth Ave, New Brighton. Pa., la of the
gieutest Intel est nnd value. Mr. Hoyt
nay lit a way that shows positive re-
"I used to havo a hand so steady I
could wilto tho Lord's prayer, in a
twenty-fUe cent pece-tlien as V re
sult of qvemmk and overstrain my
eyes gaya put and my hands and nerves
generally became trembly. 1 was rest
less tint! tould not Bleep. 1 certainly
was In bud shape and lost my ability
o? nrr,trwu,,r.iJU8t. " I ar5
or Dr. A. AV, Chase's Nerve Pills and
got B01110 und they took hold Immediate
ly. 1 began to alien and gain streugth
my ncivtB grew steady and my e 9.
sight Iriipiovea gicntly. Today I feel
finely and can write us well again as
ever, and that means a very steady
neivo." C0c a box at all dealers or DrJ
A. y. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, jsr. Y
For sal0 in Marlon, Ohio, by Flok' 1,
Drug Stora. "
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