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THE MARION DAILY MIltROR'-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER' 17, lOOTv
WTECTIVH JAN. 1, HOT.
ITo. II T:9 arB
mo. n ... 10:2R m
No SB r i:20 Pm
.-No. 37 W:M P
No. S9 l:10pm
No. JO :H am
)No. 38 7:20 m
No 32 1?:"an
No. 84 i:?5pm
No. S r 7: m
No. 38 tart from Mario.
No. 39. stops at Marlom.
No. 39 will 1t Colummu ni I m
Now York Central Unos
BIG FOUR ROUTE
No. 17 C:40 am
Jo. 19 9:M wn
No. 27 2:00 pm
No. 6 4:32 pm
No. 43 7:30 pm
No. 16 :
No. 46 12:17 pm
No. 10 C:27 pm
No. 1C 7:2B Pm
No. 20 11:14 pm
All trains dally except locils and
Mos. t and 10.
L. H. NEBKROAUi,
C TIckBt Ajtnl.
" rhonts iiorn 246; BU 177.
Effect Jan. 1, 1907.
Ir further Information recardlna
trains; call lnlormatloa operator,
ERIE Rft lbmb
No. 10, Chauliuiciua Ex. .12:30 air
"No. 8, Now York Ex.. 5:10 am
No. 12 8:50 am
No. d, Vcalibulo Limited 0:15 pm
t.No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 run
No. 'J2 arrives 5:20 pm
C. ir. H. DIVISION.
No. 14 11:20 pm
Daily except Sunday ami legal
holidays carries passengers, but no
bnggago between Hammond and
No. 9, Chicnjro Express 12:15 am
No. 3, Vestibulod Limited 10:54 am
No. 11 4:25 pm
N8. 21 7:00 am
No. 7," Pacific Express 11:00 pm
.SOUTH AND CINCINNATI.
No. 9, Cincinnati J3xpross...l.lB am
No. 3,Vcstibulcd Limited 10:5!) am
No. 11 4:25 pm
''Dally. Dally except Sunday.
That's the number of hours
Marion is from tho Exposition
via the Hocking Valley route.
Ohdico o'fj TWENTY-NINE
different rottt53 dircdt (via
Washington, Petersburg, Phil
adelphia or Ealtimoro) or
via Now York.
10 DAY LIMIT.... $12.00
15 DAY LIMIT.... 1G.50
CO DAY LIMIT 19.25
SEASON TICKET.... 21.80
VIA NEW YORK
GO DAY LIMIT.... $23.75
SEASON TICKET.... 28.50
Tlckct3 on sale daily to
DatlyExcursions to Norfolk
Tour of East with
Pittsburgh New YorH
and other points
Last excursion of tho
season to Cedar Point
SEPT. 15, $1.75 round trip.
Trains leave Marion at
7:51 and 8:15 A. M.
J'or Particulars cull on ,
O. M. KNAUKIt Ticket Agent
Teat of Greatnuan.
Thp greatest living Amoncar. may,
man who does not cni'e a whtatlo
wbetHer anyLody knows H or not
Wwji nmmmmmmamni,mLjCr, yM
Or Winning tho 0. & P.Pen
nnnt. MOULDERS AND CHAMPS
Now Tied For First Position
Fight One of the Closest and Most
Interesting Ever Enjoyed by
Local Baseball Fans.
While Akion and Youngslown
played thirteen inning tie game
.csteiduy Ncwaik put one over on
Mansfield .nnd is now tie Avitli the
Champs for first place with Akron
but threw points behind.
The great battlo for the honor
iHitiiiimi in thn lcncua is attract
ing wide attention and every eon-
test is bitterly iouglit. J-Voni me
pioent outlook it seems that the
ii. .lit! will ('(iiitiniitt until the ilunl
game nro played and that the
struggle will bo a memorable one
in the Ohio-rcnnsylvnnia league.
The batting of tho Tip Tops and
tho Champ is helping Newark mid
Hb Herrybill's aggregation the
uuil surprise of the season is tak
ing full advanlago of the leader'
hiitlle by winning every game. Tho
iranie fight put up by Newark all
season in spito of tremendous odds
has made that club a geneial fav
orite mir tho circuit and nine out
of every ten fans want Borryhill
to cop the rag. All ot the clubs,
New-ail; included, aie strengthening
tin in uvervi (IcDJl'tlllOllt. As the
other leagues close for tho season,
their stai-s . aio being secured by
(iiliiir YiiuiiLrstowii.' Akum or Now-
uk and wil.hin the next few days
mimic new mccm may no expected
mi all three clubs.
Whilo Youngstown and Akron
battle again today, Newark will
piny Mnn.slield and should win.
If Akron whips the Champs as
they are due to do Mien Newark
wili pull into tho lead. Tomorrow
Youiiisstown will open U two-gamo
seiien with New Castle. . Akron
will play both days at Sluwun and
Nowaik will havo Marion on its
home giounds. According to tho
dope Newaik .should take from the
lnrals while either ouiigstmvn or
Akron will bo fortunate if thoy
et better than nn even break.
In losiui; tho season next Avcek
Newaik has thioe games with Mar
urn and two with Lancaster. Tho
Mulders should win at least four
l tihe- lie games and by so doin
will (in, t tin iioimnnt.
The Mohlers h'avc shown a great
fighting spirit throughout tho sea
nan and if thov can niaintniii it
until the last a southern dub will
suii'lv come out in lront. Neither
A si n nor Yuuigslown has dis
placed tJie cln- Hint their salaiy
lisls would indicate that thoy
should and should either of the.
clubs, especially tho Champs, fail
li l Hie Jiunling Ihoie will be
a it n.ruicd bunch of fans that has
wasicd a lai-ge amount of money
in In in;; to cinch fho flag even he
ft le the season nprill'd.
Sbnroii has been nlaviitL- an ini-
pmwd iirti-lu of hall during tho
past lew days and lias nosed Muns
fidd mil ot sixth plaee. The Tig-
ei. have been nlaviiiir n.ln.Arn.rinii
Ion cHiif iliinn !iiol i.iiiliniij t rwil
closer I,, Unit magnetic cellar posi
tion which (Iil'v occupied for so
long a time. TJic.ro is little danger,
liowrwr, of the Lime Humors puK
ing Ihcniselves out of tho last hole
so AfnuMield may rest easy a,s fat
as I hat is concei'iiiMl.
Madm will return from Newark
on Friday and will finish the scti
m'ii al home. A double header will
he played here with Mansfield on
Sunday, the last Sunday gamo of
season ;,M(j, jjjj, mnvj .should bo
ii hand. Tho fans should turn
nl well luiiug tJie Last few games
to demonstrate to tho management
I hat they desire, tho club to remain
hero another year. '
DIAMOND DUST. mmm
Scliiulu of tho Cubs is tho only
nun wn miner iucago ic;un this
fccasou who hns hit for .:i00
In ( a recent game between the
Wasli.ngtou team and tho Athletics
Oldi'ing of tlm Athletics hit for two
base twice, hi the mimo inning.
Tho Omaha Western league team
is going at a faie-yoti-w ell clip and
looks a suro winner.
The season's raco in the Araori-
WE CARRV A FULL LIHE;Orn
can Association was n beauty.
"Wild HUP Donovan of Detroit
and "Miner" Brown of Chicago
arc haviiifr.it nip mid tuck for pre
mier pitching honors.
Big sensation in Indiana. A base
ball fan unwilling to dig for a
pasteboard sneaked into a game and
wn caught nnd lined eleven dol
lars. Another year in the Southern
League and "Hoot Mon" Mclvenzie
of 'Atlanta will be a big ( leaguo
wonder. He won ten of his first.
There are fifty-four players on
Washington's drafting list for tho
sw-on. Sir Joseph believes in tak
ing a elinnco oit quality by going,
after a quantity.
' Cincinnati fans (predict that
iieonro .Sehlci will be another Johu-
iy Kling, both as catcher and hit
Neaily H the wiso ones arc- piclc
ilig tlio Athletics to win the Ameri
can biiiguo pennant but outside of
Philadelphia the majority of fans
would prefer to see Cleveland or
Detroit capture tho flag.
It is said UfoA 'f John McClos
lv v wants- to get any work out of
"Hug" Huyinond ho will have to
liiie Wilson Miitthcws to manage
I he litiinan microbe.
Dining their last trip tho Chi
cago Cubs won 14 of the 18 games
lloywl. How can' you beat a team
for I ho pennant that does tills kind
Sh shl Not, so loud. A secret.
The American League iiu-o is fixed.
No one knows for which team it is
fixed, but it is fixed nevertheless.
A Pittsburg scribe says so and a
Philadelphia "Keyboard'' says so,
so it must be so.
In the list of youngsters drafted
by the Host on Nationals tho name
of 'Pop' Kehrivcrs appears. "Pop"
had eighteen or twenty years' ex
perience in major leaguo circles thir"
ty-fivo or forty years ago.
The Aberdeen, Wash., team of
tho Northwest League has a great
nteher in lligginbothnni. "Kougli
ueck1' llioy call him on tho North
west circuit, but "Roughneck'' is
a smooth niticlo at that.
A spoiling editor of Muskegon,
Mich., has entered a theological
cmiiiary and will study for the
ministry. Sporting oditors are mado
of good stuff.
Charlie Wagner of tho Boston
Amerieiius seldom iys a woivl whi'o
ii' the iliainom'.. So when ho roar
d ,ind jumped at Umpire "Silk"
O'Loughlin tlio other day his fellow
iIu.uts thought ho had gone crazy.
It must havo been a bad decision
to get Wag's goat.
I fefty Wilhclm, tho Marion cost
fT pitched and won his initial
tame wiilJi Newmk. N. J., against
'I'jiltimore 'last Sunday by a scoro
f (i to 0. Ho allowed tJireo hits.
( niowU of itwelvo thousand pcr-
s;iis- iiuc'iiueo lino gamo aiui weiu
ivild ovel' tho Kaiser's work. AVil
helm wasi told by Marion o East
Liverpool ftr $200 and wns In turn
Wld by ICast Liverpool to Newark.
of the Eastern league for $lf,0D.
And the lans heio did imt liko
Did' Duty Under Difficulties.
A Batokcoper In tho employ of, ttio
I'.csBlan railway company was recent
ly tho horo of an amuslnu incident;
His wffo being 111, ho wont himself to
milk' the goat, but' tho stubborn crea
turo would not let- him como near It,
as It hail always been accustomed to
havo this operation performed by Its
mistress. Affnr tnnnv fmttlnaa ntTrtria
ho at longtli decldod to put on lila
wuos clouioa. Tho oxperlmont sue
ceedod admirably, but tho man had
not tlrao to doff his dlsgulso before
tho train approached, and tho Bato
kcoper ran to his accustomed post.
His appcaranco produced qulto a son
satlon upon tho officials of tho pass
ing train. Tho caso was roported and
an Inquiry Instituted, which, howovor,
rosultcd In his favor, as tlio railway
authorities granted tho gatekeeper a
gratuity of 10 marks for his faithful
dfBchargo of his duties.
Advice from "John D."
"Don't bo ofrald of work. Tho
sturdy, hard-working men mako our
Itnnnlnr ir.iiit A m.I ,1...... .
,......!.., ftnni, ami nun i reueu ior-
'ard too easoily. Ono of tho gical
3v of tho day 1b tio anxiety of.
'.'OlinK mon to cet to Hie fintif Inn r.,. '
( dly. Lasting successes nro thoso
wlilrh aro enrofullt'. f.vnn i,ni,,iii
Liullt up. Life Ib not a gamble, and'
'""""i" miiiTtn uiiiiuiH n) won UJ
he turn of a qrtrd llo satisfied wlib
mall roiults at first,""--Cosmopolitan
The "Eaton Hurlbut' first
brought to Marlon by' us, r Top 'ex.
pensive for, ordinary letter writ-Inr-'till
'rScenrty4. Otlfer bfjirfdi
LIME BURNERS :
Marion Defeated by Lanks
3 to. 2;,
MANAGER BOBBY QUINN
Carries of Batting and Base
Marion Played 'Doncjr, Hall and Al.
lows Lancaster to Win out in tho
Ninth Frame. 1H.
HOW THB'flLUBB'f STAND.
Iiucnster ". 4C7r
Now CiiBtlc .'.MJl
T..,..,,sii'. Senf. ATI TJic Lanks
whipped tho liitno, Hiirners yestcr-i
.1.... .. 'iinmwiii iv iniHllli" en JHuugn
Lin the niiit.li inning,-, making tho
.. i i . it T '
(uiiu ecorc i - as
start in tiio sccomlji inning. Nefcau
the first nini uj) wiNjstruck in tlio
sluts. IIumphiHjyshkforceil him at
tsecond. Then llarkins drew a
,pas and Piper came, along with a
double scoring botliinen. Then
llloiigh worked better nnd thcro was
nothing doing for- tho Jinks for a
limn. Tin. Marion tinrrcsalion play-
,.l n ilimm. jirtielfe of baseball and
Slot until tho oifrhth did they awnko.
In that inning liotti (.luinii nnu
Kni-jcll iix)sbm1 the. rubber tying
"the scoro. Then tho ihomo club won
out in tJio nhitlu
Catdier Luskey returned to the
'nine nfton lvihtf oflf for a week
on account of an injury to his foot.
Ono of the features o tliu contest
was the batting anil the base run
ning or Manager'' Quiim.
Elston, r .......
All IIPOA 14
.112 0 1
. 1 0
Humphreys, 3 ,
Piper, c '2' 18 0 0
Scanlan, p ..3 0 1 0 0
30 2010 1
'AB II PO A 13
,M- 12 10
Qulnii, m ....".
,..r;2 2 3 0 0
Farrcll, r .'M'i 1 10-0
Dauborf, lb .-1' 0 7 10
Mylctt, s A4' 0 2 2 0
Burke. 1 .....ft 0 3 0 0
Flood, 3b .'.13 0 2 1 0
Luslty. C .3l 0 4 2 1
Bloiigh.p 3 0 110
Totals ZU 4 25111 1
Flood out; riiiinliigtout of lino.
Ono out when winning run
Lancaster 0 2 0 0'0,0 0 0 0 13
Marlon 0 0 O'O 0 0 2 0-2
Huns Humphreys 2, Harklns;
Qulnn, Farrcll. Two base hits Pip
er, Farrell, Sacrifice? hlU-Quiiin.
Loft on bases- LancastcPh; Marlon 4.
Hit by pitcher Nefnati. Struck out
Scanlan, 3; Bloii;h 1. Stolep bases
Qulnn 2. Wild pitch Scanlan, Umpire-Smink.
Newark, O . . Sept. ' 1 1 , Nowark
won easily from Mansfield today by
o scoro of 5 to 1. Ited DavlB, tho
new center fielder fiom Zanosvllle, re
ported nnd secured a tlrlple tho first
tlmo up. His work In the outfield
was splendid, and Im'has won. tho
hearts of the fans? Sandy Murray
stole homo from third wfth tho hall
In tho pitcher's hands, ,- Mansfield's
only run was earned by Buckbolz
singling, iisacrlflco and a safety by
Reynolds, Newark's runs wprc earned
by timely hitting, an error of Drako's
sacrifices and purloining, of bases.
Tlbblts of MaiiBflold, was jerked In
the second on account ppoor fielding
and Iluckholz wns substituted. Scoro:
R II 13
Nowark 0 2 0 0 V2 0 0 -B C 0
Mansflohl ...0 0 0 0 16 0,0 01 0 1
Batteries Sto-.n and Pchrco; Yarnoll
and- nroymalor. '
Akron. Oi. Sent. Ifi". Phnnint nn.
lion by tho pollen savell Umplro List
from being mobbed at tho end of
tho thirteenth limine of. today's cimm
betweon Akron and Ynungstown. List
caneii tlio gamo because; of darkness,
It was to have been tho first gamo of
a double header and his action came
as a complete surprlso Tho biggest
crowd which ever witnessed a gamo
In tills City tinned nV"' Tlmrn worn
almost 4500 paid admissions. Several
of tlin lnvfriif., ..... 1 ......I..
v..w ....wi iiiuiiuiuciuriiig con
terns in mo city closed' down at noon.
Akron ,... 1 1 noftononnonn-'; n
YoanKtown linannnnnnnAn r n i
Blirtes-pArtiiMronB and Ialonge:
Cotiiptrtn nnd OntilMi ,-.$ - U , t .,
(il!o lediaMUon Md aKHfi TrouWM
Sharcn, lj New Oa3tlo, 0.
Shaion, Pa., Seiit. 15.-Rhifon
again whitewashed ibo i'ocks to
day through tho efTcctivo work of
Pitcher Malarkey. Sliiiron has won
II and lost eight games to Now
Castlo in tho series this year, and
allowed them to scoro only onco
in tho last 27 innings. Sharon
play its last gamo with tho Nocks
tomorrow. Hear of West Middlo
w). will bo tried out by Sharon.
n ii ia
Nlftivon.. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Q -l C 0
Noweastlo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 5 0
, HaUerics Twilchell, Malarkoy
oty Maltison; Camnitz and Latt
zonj ' '
'MbGRAW'S MEN. LOST TWO,
GIANTS DROPPED TWO GAMES
' - SCORES' AL'IKE IN ETAOH.
Washington Won a Pair from the Bos
tons and the Phillies Took a
Double-Header from Brooklyn.
I Standing of the Clubs.
! Won. Lost. Pet.
-Athletics SO 51 .011
I)ntroIt ,.79' C4 .594
,QIilcngo 79 r,C .r,8r.
'Clbvclnnd 77 57 .575
!Ncw York C3 70 .471
Doston 58 78 .426
Sti Louis 55 78 .413
Washington i 42 S9 .321
Following nre Mondny's scores:
At- Philadelphia Now York 3 Ath
letics 2. Choshro,' Thomas; Plank,
At Washington Boston 2, Washing
ton 3. Glaze, Young, Prultt, Cilger
Second game: Boston 0, Washing
ton C. Steele, Prultt, Shaw; Fnlken
At Detroit Chicago 0, Detroit 7.
White, Patten, Sullltnn; Donovan,
At Cleveland St. Louis 2, Cleve
land 5. Diiiccn, Stephens; Joss,
Second gamo: "St. Louis 2, Clove
land 2 ten Innings called daik
ness. McGill, Sjicnccr; Bergcr, Bcmls.
Stnndlng of tho Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chlcngo 97 38 .719
Pittsburg 80 54- .597
Now York 77
St. Louis 41
Following nro Monday's scores:
At Brooklyn Philadelphia J, Brook
lyn 3 14 lnnlngB. Sparks, Dooln;
Second gamo: Philadelphia 2r
Brooklyn 0. Richie,- JacklltBcli; Scan
At Boston New York 2, Boston 3.
Tnylor, Bowermnn; Young, Necdhani.
Second gnmo: Now York 2, Boston
3. Ames, JlcOlnnlty, Bowcrnian; Dor
At St. Louis Pittsburg 4, St. Ixnils
2. Maddox, Gibson: Knrger, Poolskl.
Second game: Pittsburg 1, S
Louis 5. Adams, PholpS; LUsh, Po
clBkl. , EARLY DAYS OF THE RAIL.
Little Thing ,Like Danger 8lgnal
Didn't Stop Trains.
Jcsso Lewlsohn, tho flnancler, told
us 'at a shareholders' meeting In Now
York a railroad story:
"America has a. good many railroad
accidents," ho began, "hut wo must
romombor that America Is an Im
mense country, with an Immenso rail
j-oad trafflo. Our roads? on tho whole,
aro carefully and Intelligently man
agedi Thoy arc not managed In tho
least llko a road I hoard a story of tho
"It wns before tho war, and a
northerner wa3 traveling on a llttlo
rnllwny In Now England. Suddenly,
in an out-of-the-way spot, tho. train
halted and tho brakeman leaped out
and ran up tho track. On tho brftko
man's return tio tourist said to
"'ThlB Is n oncer place 'to slop.
There's no station horo. What's tho
trouble, nny way?"
"'Oh( nothln' of any cousequonco,'
tlio brakeman answered. Tho signal
wuz agln us; thut wuz all. 1'YoJcst
sot It Igltt, an' now we'll go on agln
8trathcon'a and the Simple Life.
Aro two meiIs a day couduclyo to
longevity? Wo should think thoy arc.
Judging from tho Hfo of Lord Strath
cona, who Is champion of tho slmplo
llfo and a devoted oxponont of the
"two meals a day" theory. Breakfast
at 8:30 usually consists of porrldg
and milk, toast and marmalade, and
tea with hot water added. Not un
til soven o'clock in tho evening does
tho high commissioner eat anything
elso or drink nny stimulant. Ho tlioa
alta down lo a slmplo meal consisting
of soup, fish, fowls and tablo'water,
Sir Thomas Barlow has described
Lord Strathcona as, "an Idenl diet
1st." Nothing will tompt him ,from
his simple, nourishing diet, and In his
olghty-soventh year ho' keops his
uetlvo body and, mind -working In bar",
mony on two meals n day. ',
Bishop Potter's "Job."
To lllustrato a point be was making
In an address ho waq delivering tho
other day, Bishop Potter told the fol
lowing story: "Not long ago I .was
staying with a friend In a country
house up on tho Hudson. On Sunday
morning as I passed through tho li
brary I found a small 'boy curled up
In a big chair deeply Interested In a
book, 'Aro you going to church,
Tom?' I asked: 'No, ho- roplied.
'Why, I am,' I said. Huh!' ho said,
hat'fl- your Job.' VHarmji Wggkjy.,
trating1 and soothing properties,
all unpleasant feelings, and so
ordeal that she passes through
the event safely and with but
little suffering, as numbers have
testified and said, "it is- worth
its- weight in gold." $1.00 per
bottle of druggists. Book- containing'
valuable information mailed free.
THE? BRADFIELD. REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
'" ( ' . . "
Marion Masons Caught in
To Releive People of Their
. Good cash.
The flfcKlnley Memorial nnd the
Name of Judge Day Play a Part
in the Big Swindle. '
Ixical members of tho Masonic or
der havo been made the victims of
Kastorn bunco-artists who usetl the
AIcKInloy meinoilul, and tho namo of
Judge1 William R. Bay to work their
game. It is probable that a hundred
or moro local .Masons were taken in
on tho scheme, which was worked
throughout tho pntire country and
probably netted the manipulators u
neat profit. As tho result of a let
ter being delivered 10 tho wrong
party, however, a stop has been put
In tin ir.inio.
It was about seven weeks ago that
Mnrtnn M..n,iH rnpiiivpd ('Irciilfir lot-
Iters supposed t6 como from the Ma-
Sonic Memorial association ot Now (vino, i-in. urn ing 1110 pasi winicr Bea
York. In each letter the recipient i" Knglo played ball In Cuba and In
was asked to send ten cents to Judgo Florida, while ho was In Yucatan two
William R- Dav. of Canton, to heln
pay a deficit In tho .McKluIey monu
ment fund. The recipient was also
asked to wrlto letters to three other
Masons In rcgnrd to the matter, thus
Keeping up an "endless chain."
Accompanying each circular letter
wcro sovernl envelopes on which were
printed the address, "W. R." Day
Ksq., Canton, Ohio." Shortly before
tho time for replies, a man called at
tho Canton postofflco and asked low.
mall directed to W. R. Day, Kscj.
Judgo William R, Day novcr re
ceived mall addressed In thaL stylo
and the postofflco authorities showed
no nuthorlty In delivering letters to
tho stranger. Finally, however, 0110
of tho persons who had received a
circular letter wrote n personal let
ter to Judge Day, making Inquiries.
Judgo Day know nothing of tho
Bchenio and Immediately started nn
Investigation. Now Jotters aro be
ing bent to nil Masonic lodges, ex
posing tho fraud! . Tho Canton man
who worked tho fraud has made his
WILL TOLLOW PRECEDENT
IN THAW TRIAL
Chicago, Sojt. 17. A complotrf Jury
was obtained today In tho trlaL , or
Frank. J, Constantino. for tho mur
der of Mrs. Ixiulso (?entrv. Tim
court -will keep tho Jurors toKuthnr '
llko tho nlans followed In flm TllvJ-i
nut 1110 pinns iono od in tho lliuwl
mm, V.U1111, wiia uujoiirucu unin to
THREE- MEN KILLED
IN AUTO ACCIDENT
Colorado Springs, Col., Sept. 17.
William Hfihloii, Britlou Omvcs
nnd Chauffeur Grey waio killed
outriclit and a fourth man is, Av.
jilifffls the rchult of an iiutuiunbilc
cjwfli near ihore, 'this morning.
TO MANUAL LABOR
Mtuicio, Tnd., Sept. l7.-necnuj
WilliniiK Campbell .preferred raid
ing ehea'p doteolivo Btories to work
nig,. Mas. Minuio Campbell wins
granted a divorce from Jiim.
WANTS' TUNDS TO
AID THE STRIKERS
WaNliinirlnii. S1111I..1 17 Piu;,lnnl
jUnmpejK ot Ui0 American Federa
tion ol uitKir, "today issued an
appeal -to organized labor for
funds to 'assist (lie striking tele
graphers. Mis. Talltnioro "Your husband la a
grojTt lover of mimic, isn't ho?" Mrs.
Shatters "Yoa, lndeod. 1 havo soon
Mm get up In tlio mldtllo of the night
mil try to qoinpoao." Mrs. T.
Whutr Mrs, C,-"Tho baby,"
Is to love children, anil no home
can be' completely happy with
out them, yet the ordeal through
which the expectant mother
must part9 usually 13 so full of suffering-,
danger and fear that she looks forward
to the critical hour with apprehension
.hi! AfnriA Mnlii-'e F?iftfiI. I... tin ...n-
allays nausea, nervousness, -and
prepares the system for the
uonso. Tlio same Is trim ot othor
Worked down to a practical basis,
the main Idea In coaching at present
Is to Inform a player not In a position
to Judgo for hlmsolf what Is going on
no that ho can dovoto his .attention to
making a play. Signaling plays Is
growing moro Important right along,
and this may also bo referred to as
coaching. Outsldo of this n reason
nblo amount of hustling on tho coach
ing llne.-wlth somo talk to tho baso
runners, does no harm, and It Hvciia
up tho gamo. Ruloraakcrs should not
attempt to sllouco tho coaching entire
ly, as It adds to tho spectacular part
of tho gamo decidedly, oven If Its
valuo may bo In doubt. On tho other,
hand opposing nlnyors should bo pro
tected from vllo language or InBUlt by
tho rules and so should tho umplro.
Central Will Not Disband.
Tlio Central league Is not to bo dis
banded at tho closo of tho present sea
son. According to Information received
fiom a high official, tho league In 1908
will bo composed of tho clubs which
now form tho circuit and Br. F. II. Cnr
boh will remain at Its head, tho South
Bend man having been elected presi
dent for a torm ot three years. A
wet senson caused a general falling
oft of tho nttendanco early In tho year,
but as tho schedule advanced nnd tho
weather becamo bettor all of tho man
agers mado up their losses nnd nro
now In position to quit nearly oven", so,
far as finances nro concerned. 1
,' A Regular Rolling Stone.
Clyde Englo can rightfully claim tho
tltlo of prlzo wanderer of tho Newark,
N. J., team. Next winter Knglo hns
signed up to play for on nll-Amerlcan
.team In tho Yucatan, which "will bo
1 managed by Connlo Lewis of Jnckson-
"r n- ""WO oociaics mni no pro-
fors to play under warm climatic cOn
ditions than stay In tho north during
the cold UlCAtllS.
Just Double. I
Patron What Is that, professor?
Phrenologist Why, Mint Is a 44
measurement of tho heads I hnvo
been examining this morning.
Patron Great Scott, professor! You
told mo tho iivcrugo clrcuniforenco
of the -human bead was 22.
Phrenologist Yes: but you see I
havo had a-i patrons a bunch ot col
lego tsnuUuiTO, . i
Mrs. 'Jamc3 B. Blackburn of
Xcnia, Ohio, says that nothing
equals Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve
Pills in such troubles.
Rome medicines affect tho heart nlono,
noino tlio'Blomach, BOino U16 head. Dr.
A'. W. Cluifco's Ncrvo Pills by a happy
combination und a perfect control over
tho nervous system that -legulntes,' nil
tho organs of tlio body iirfectBHhenvull,
nnd puto them In perfect working 61 dor,
Mrs. Blackburn found this to bo true,
and hrts no hesitancy In lolling others
of tlio fplendld ix'shlts obtained. In
faqt, says nho consldors It her duty to
do so. fihosays: "I was troubled with
sovero nervousness, sleeplessness, ludl-
BcM'"" and heart trouble. I hcai
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thought I would try them. I got a
I heard ol
and I nin pleased to fuy thoy lyn Just
what 1 needed my nerves nro ngnlp
steady nnd strong I sleep well nin not
troubled with Indigestion tho netlon'of
tho luviit Is regular and I feci vlgdrnut
and strong in every wuy. I consider
tho medicine n splendid ncrvo and gen
eral tonic, and um well plenaed to
recommend It." COc a box. All- deal
ers or Dr. A. W, Chase Medicine Co.,
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