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'TT ; i-
It's Your Coal
We are after now. Don't
wait longer toorder coal
Hard or Soft Coal
It's the best money can
buy, and at prices very
N. Stale, Between 2 Rys.:
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tfo. 43 ,
Ho. 16 ,
No. 4G .
No. 10 .
No. 16 .
Prof, Frederic Berryman
Teacher of Volco and Piano.
, Studio 400 E. Church cor. Vine. -
SEVEN SAFE SMASHES
Secured off Fox in the Open-
Lime Burners Play Good Enough
Ball to Make Both Games Very
.tneaster, Sept. 18.-
zled top flingur, Lizzie Justus, Wis
"IT" in capital letters yesterday
and aidqd by some timely batting
by hi teammates put the cleaner
on the Lime Burners in both games
of a doiiblo header. Tho llrtt game
it was 2 to 1 mid the (second game
5 to 4.
It was the same old stunt of tho
Lime Bunion m gelling just enough
i tins to be but one behind. "Tho
Hoys Behind" Avill be the tillo of a
song on wilioli Hobby Oman w now
working. The only tiling however,
I bat the. manager i'eara i.s that the
liitne I'limcr chorus will always be
a nolo or a measure behind the or
rhcHlau mid that tho piece will bo
(lu Fox woikcd for Marion in
I lie fiit game. He hold the, Lanks
lo seven Mife Miiashctr,'-which netted
bitl two runs. One came in the
third and another in the fifth. But
tho two runs was an ample suf-
llrieiicy with J itst at twirliinr in
liii be-t fonn. The disheartened
1iiiM' I5urii(iiv mnly got two safe
ones. M'.tiion'n lone run value in the
second inif.'.ig. The visitors were
uiia'ile to hold their advantage and
the Lanks tied up aim won out.
The fiit game, like the m.-coihI, was
made a seven inning coitlcst hv
iijjreeniciit . The contest was practi
cally dew id of failures.
LANTASTIC AM 11 PO
hirhburger, n ...
Heller, 3 ........
Hiimpliiuys, s 2
1 1. irk ins, J
(i. F, o
Junius1, p .
MA I.M OX
Blake, ' ..
Quiiin, m 3
ton roll, r 2
Daulieil, 1 'j
M.vIeU, , 2
Tttn base hit-
2 IS 12 2
. 0 II 1 0 I 0 -2
. 0 10 0 0 (I 0-1
l.ilt ni MiascM I.anca.ster, (T; .Mar
SI l nek out By Justus, 8; ,y
I ii si Ijusr
on balk Justus, 2;
Stolen bases Hixiwu.
Tin e 1 :25, Umpiie Hart.
Jusi.jf, was going rjKi,t ,
i-Kicd to put anotlier one over on
I he Lime Biunom -'as it was their
Ja-I appearance on the Lanwustcr
b.ill yard, ami tho cuilov h'aiird
i monster got uwav with Vlw. -.-ii.in
i". But it wiik only tho leiTifie
slugging of the Links, aided by
a brace of errors .that allowed him
t afCninplish ,jjle fea(;
Marion opened up and got a
ally in t.ho first inning. Then
Uiirustc ,- got tnrtcd in th0 lbiil
aiHl li,l (ho vore. AVilmot wsw
Imping the homo dub's bingn well
atleied and there was nothing do
ing hi the next framo. I tlf
ittli Alimou ojK'iiod np and smnRh
'il the ball around tho ynv with
a vim, getting threu taVua ami Rp
paivntly sewing up l)0 game. But
hva not to be, for in tho last
Imll of the fatal flfllt tlm Lanks
got tour htinging bloivs and aided
by an (-rrr, saoriflce tind No
Ipuu'm lolcu bono juudo four runs.
Then iand .(hero the run gutting
lItHSl. J'lie featui'Q of tho wntcst
lMf and tieautlflr. th. h.f..
rouwfet A I11.ufl.11l irrnwlh
lcr 'H-to lir.toro ory
"-lr to ito Youthful ColorT
Cul K-lIp ilUr.M. ti half HlliM.
WE CftRRV A FULL LIHEOK
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The KM You Have Always Bought
' Boars tho
was the slugging of Make and Fnr
ivll. The Fcoro: .
AH II PO A
No fen it, 1
Hnrkiiis, 1 ..
.) iim us, p
Tolnb .. 21 0 2L 12 3
MAIMON AB H PO A E
Ulake, 1 1 3 1 0 0
Quiiin, c 2 0 1 0 0
Mnrell, 'r 4 2 10 0
Ityibert, 1 1 1 I) 1 0
M.vletl, ss 3 0 1 2 0
Lucas, 2 ,3 1 2 0 0
Flood, 3 -2 0 0 1 0
l.uskoy, i 3 0 3 0 0
Wilniot, j 3 0 0 4 1
23 7 18 8 1
10 0 0 3 0 0-4
L'.iniMcr 0010 4 0
iliin.a ICichberger 2, Heller,
Brown, Nefeau; Blake 2, Farrell,
Thieo ba.se hit Daubeit.
'I( ba.M hit. Brown, llarkins.
Sacrillro 'hits Quiiin 2, Heller 2,
Left on bases Laiiciustor (5; Mar
Struck (ttitBy Justus, 3; by
!. IIP.IB, .. ,, . .,, III.-
First ljkse on halls By Justu
1; by Wilniot d.
Stolen bases Quiiin, Rinvll, Lu
cas, IJoo, Neleau.
Passed balls Piixir, 1.
Time 1 :10. Umpire Oa.ssidy.
Vr LITTLE BINGLES.
The Lime Burners movo over
to Netnirk loduy for two games
and it is n safe- prediction that
when they leave Newmk will be
a trille nearer the coveted goal.
"While Akroir 'trimmed Yottugs
lown yesterday Newark won from
JIaiuslleld and secured ,(tbe lead
in tho mce. The CIianis 4ind the
Tip Topsi will Imvo to keep on tho
jump to head off tho Berrybil!
gang. The fa in here believe (bat
N'ewnik will not m overtaken
again. Here's hoping.
DON'T LOOK IN "BUSH"
LEAGUES FOR PLAYERS
Secretary Navln of Detroit Club Says
Younnoters Generally Fall to
Tho aUvlsablllty of digging among
tho players of tho "IjubIi" leagues for
nmtorlal to dovelop lu tho fast com
pany of tho majors Is a subject often
dlBciissed by baseball managors. Thoro
Is consldcrablo dlffcrcnco In opinion.
Some bay that It Is good tactics, point
ing to tho fact that nearly all tho great
baseball "pbenoms" wore men picked
up from obscuru teams aiul'developcd
by tho wlso heads of tho big ball
Somo think that minor leagues aro
moro bother than thoy nro worth, pre
ferring to wait until a man has proved
himself and then buy him, oven nt a
much larger price; and others think
that tho number of minor leaguers
who "fall down" when In fast com
pany eo far oxceeds tho number of
thoso who "nialto good," and thero
Is so much difficulty attached to plac
ing a man who has failed that a man
ager takes great risk In picking up
what promises to bo a "phenom."
They lmvo very little to do with tho
minor league men. Secretary Navln
of Uio Detwilt club Is of tho lattur opin
ion. Ho said:
"I'm not looking for tips on players
who aro starting out lu tho small
leagues. Not a day passes that 1
don't recolvo scores of letters telling
mo about u certain young pitcher on
piich nnd such a club, or a great hit
ting; outlleldor on tho homo team; but
1 have been Initiated, 'and 0110 and all
of thoso letters go Into tho wasto-pa
por basket. Vou can not got doBlrable
mon from tho llttlo leagues," Insists
"Tho Detroit club 1ms liar! cxpoil
ences boforo and doesn't want to en
counter any moio. Tho drawback lies
In tho fact that II this or that young
ster falls to ninko good In tho big
league wo tlnd troublo In placing him.
Usually tho manager will say that ho
could have secured tho youngster from
mo snme league if ho wanted him, nnd
naturally a good minor leaguo club
balks on taking a greon ono. Lakaff,
Rowan and Forrester nro examples,
"I was forced to placo Rowan and
Lakaff twlco nnd Forrester threo
times. That's why I contend that it Is
J bettor to got hotter pitchers from
strong leagues, Jllco SUggs of Memphis,
nnd Summers" of Indianapolis, Instead
of digging In tho 'bush' organizations
and pulling out nhenoms." '
Tho "Eaton Hurlbut" ttrat
brought to Marlon by us. Too ex
pensive for rdlnanr letter k wrlt-Ine-'till
tfcWlyY ' dkr5 ftw.A
THE MARION DAILY MlKKO'fo, ttfgDNESPAY. SEPT. 'l8, 1007.
IN THE LEAD
DRUMM Willi. MANS HELL'
Plays Great Gamp at Second
Said That Iix.Mariqn,'Managcr-wlll
Lead the TJgcrs'Durlng Next
HOW THil OLUBS STAND.
' L Pet
Newark . 70
Akron oFA 7?
Voungstown . . . .A?J 78
lyuucnstcr ''3? !)
N'ew I'astlo .....t?S. (i'2
Slmiou IVkf. 51
iMnnMielil ''.v... CI
MAUIOL :ffi. 45
DRUMM WITH TIGERS.
Newark, O., SimVU 17. Newark
defeated JI(iiisfleidilo(lay, winning
out fu the ninth by,s a score of 1
lo 0. It- was a-pilohers' battle
from start to finish and although
tho vis-iti.rs ivn6hed Ihinl hvico
were unable lip. '.l-e. ,PittJhcr
Ioeko proving effective at critical
dagos. MnuMleld hjnded by playiug
Ferd Drunini, cy-miimi" r of the
j Marion team, andVjj-JhorUtop JIc-
tiiew i t.aiiMn., XMcwniK again
loads tho nice fin llj O. J1, iien
niint. Dmnnn playod a grett game
.ill second, ncce)tii)f;- eiglit iiard
chinces without siTi '"enor. It is
mKI Fcnl w',11 miuiage Jt.ansfie-ld
next .senwon. ScOiM:',
' ' , R II E
Nrcwnik.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 (i 0
"Minefield 0 0 d 0 0 0 0 0 d-0 4 2
Butteries Locke ml Winters;
I.loyd and Bivymnier.
Akron, 7; Yourigsfywn, 1.
Akron, O., Sept(. 17. "Lefty"
Boyjo had Youngstown cit his mer
y in tho first '.game f what was
to liave been a lpiihle-heiidor 'to
tlay, allowing Im't, three widelv
nlttred hits. T.lio , wnjlon,' only
run was 11 present by Jlickey La
hitige, wlw pegged wild to Schwartz
.Mlh two down. Billy. Thomas w its
benched for arguing .with Umpiie
Hist, akioii wifii tiic (Jliainpn'
Mireo jdtcliaw .haul. Rain sUijipetl
tho second game iflor iii inning
'md beon plnyod with Iho scoro
t 0 in Akron's favor. Another
ig crowd was jneent. Score:
, "ii nn 10
Youngs 0 0 10 0 Oil) ,,0 0-1 3 3
Akron.. 0 1 0 0 .12 0 1 7 10 1
Batteries B'. Thomni, Glassbuni
(r, Old and 0-ddiek and Redman;
Boyle nnd Ialoimc S.'r
New Oastio, 2; Sharon, 1.
Sharon, Ri., Sept. 17 Sharon
tried out Pitcher Buirof West
Middlesex 1 spitOfall I wirier,
agniusl, Newoastle nnd ho lost his
own giuno j throwing 'over I'at-(ei-sons
Jiead, whieh ' r-sultei in
Iho winning run Ho pcrfo-med
sjileiididly and g.u0 "oijly six hits,
thivo being of tlm scratchy order.
Seven of (ho visirors fanned.
.iniiging- 11x1111 ins wtirk today .lie
gives promise of beiiigflha fi'(i f
tho season. ISot.lt neanis played
seiiMitionnl bill. Score:
Sharon,.."... 0 1 0 0"0 0 0 0 01
Newcastle.... ( (j J fco 1 0 0 0-2
Battoiies Bhr nifd Maltison;
Bowott- Mud Brigger. ,
AMERICAN LEAGUE NOTES
Catcher Shannon, of Des Molnos
has Joined tho Washington team.
Tho Athletic club Jiob , purphasod
Pltchor Hills from thq'McmphlB club.
Klmer Flick Isn't n mercury, but ho
uses a No. 1 judgment 6n tho sacks.
"Branch Blckoy, of tho Now York
Americans, declines to piny Sunday
Chicago Elks have presented Broth
cr Jannchlll with a sot of gold nntlora.
rrho Dotrolt club glvca-a part of tho
receipts for Sunday games to charl
Dr. Granville Tonkin, loft-bander, of
Parkorsburg, W. Va., 1b a lata addl
tlon to tho Sonators. , '
Prosldont John I. Taylor, of tho Dos.
ton Americans, Jms taken n doop In.
terest In golf this season."
Tho noston club lias purchased
Catcher Tom Madden 'frphi tho Lynn
club, of tho Now England lensjlio.
Tho Boston club hnsYoptlred Out
fielders Carllslo and Cravath from tho
Los Angeles club for $4,600 tor the
George Stono is coml'nR down tho
stretch In good shapo, audVUl "wind
up tho season over ,300 If liq keeps
up his clip.
Tho Boston club . lids purohnsod
Pltchor Kddle Ccottovrom tbq Lin
coln club, of tho WeB'torn league, for
Tho Washington club'tlms secured
Pltchor O(oy, of thJgfoffolk tVn.)
club, Instoad of Mtt8purif'ttB was first
CODING TO MARION
Play at Webb Park Satur
Limo Burners and Senator? Thrice
. Champions of the A, A.
Through nn arrangement made this
morning, Columbus, tho Cbnmpluns
of the American association, w ill bo
tliu opponents of tho Llmo Darners
next Saturday afternoon and a record
breaking crowd la expected nt Webb
rark. Tito association season has
closed nnd tho Senators, three times
champions, arc on a barn storming
tour. They will play at Lapcastei
on Friday nnd hero on Saturday.
In order lo play tho Champs of the
bigger leaguo It was necessary to
postpono tho two LanciiBtor games.
scheduled for this week. The games
will bo played a week from Snuir-
day, a doublheader bring scheduled
for that day, closing the -local sea
son. It Is probable that other exhibition
games will be arranged with bin
leaguo clubs after thb oloso of the
season. Arrangements are now be
ing made to secuio dates with Clovo-
I nnd, Pittsburg, nnd other clubs
VJAJ0RS RIDDLE RANKS
0? CENTRAL LEAGUE
American and. National League Scouts
Gct-Many Players from Minor 1
Scouts from tho National and Amor
Iran leagues nnd Amorlean nssocla
tlon lmvo Just about riddled tho Ccn
tral league ranks, all tho stars hav
Ing been practically picked "up, al
though tho ill lifting season is some
Tho first man to bo picked out was
Dal Audelman, better known umong
Central league fans as Hullinan. IIu
has boon bold to tho Boston Pilgrims
by Springfield. Ho gained his repu
tation at Notio Dame university tbroo
years ago, and then went to South
Bend. Falluro to kcon In eniullilnii
brought about his release, nnd this
year Springfield snapped htm up, and
now makes $1,500 on tho deal.
Other pitchers who will go Into fnst-1
or company are Earl Ylngllng of Day-1
ton nna I'at Malloy of Evansvllle, who
have been Bold to Detroit, and Mar
quald, tho clover southpaw of Canton.,
who will bo rcturnod to lndiauapollB
under agreement. ,
Pittsburg will et two mon from
Wheeling and quo from South Pond.
me mosics wuo aro slated for ad
vancement aro Outfielders Boggart
and Catchor Phllbln. Tho South Bond
man Is Shortstop Hush, tho most pho
nominal inOoldcr Hint tho lenguo has
over secin Although by is tho small
est man playing tho gamo on tho
circuit, ho Is hitting tho ball nt n
.2811 clip, and Is covering jnoro ground
than any InOclder. II0 In put or
school only ono year.
Two tlrst-sackeis aro to ascend tho
ladder Hon Hny worth, tho premier of
Central league Brat sack guardians,
and Don Cameron, or Tone llauto.
South Hend has four, offers for Uuy.
woith, two being from tho National
league and tho others fioni tho Amer
ican nsBoclatlon. Ileforu St. I'nul se
cured Buck Connors that team offered
South Hend $1,000 for tho big boy
Cameron goes to Detroit.
Frank Doimhno, tho Springfield sec
'nd baseman, together with Outfielder
Collins of tho same team, will Ko to
(ho Boston Aniorlcaiiu, . '
LEADER OF DETROIT TIGERS
M, t -if 7 r '.: ; W' : I
m, tWit wiMKFM Wt ' 'iirf .
HhHHF' (if MwMS Wi
ftTilWh -WT-WuiMHMyytiirMni. 1 1 ,M i, iiimillMllrittWlTllllTIIIIIIMWmiWiri
b ..i. inMm..CTmCT.M.m-. rnntiwriiniiinniiiMiwmiiBw iiwim
- Capt, Coughlln'p team In at presont
league riennant. Coudhlln Is a veteran
There la no other pari of our physical system upon which eo much'
depends ns upon the blood. The muscles, nerves, bones, sinews, skin, and
other portions of the body are sustained, developed and enabled to perform
their different duties, because they arc supplied with nourishment nnd
healthful properties through the circulation. In various ways the blood
becomes contaminated nnd polluted. A sluggish, inactive condition of tho
oystciu, and torpid state of the avenues of bodilywastc, will leave the refuse
nnd waste matter of the body to sour and form uric and other acids, which
are nbsorbcdlnto the Wood and Khcunintisui, or some Itching", disfigurlntf
skin disease Is the result. Muddy, sallow complexions, eruptions, plotchcJ,
pimples, qtc., all show that some humor has taken root In the circulation
and rendered It sour nnd unfit for nourishing' the body. There 19 scarcely
any disease which cannot be traced to the blood. Often the disease-tainted
blood of parents Is handed down to children and their lives arc a continual
battjc against disease In some form, usually of a scrofulous nature. Rheu
matism, Catarrh, Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcers, Contagious Blood Poison,
etc., arc all decp-aeatcd blood troubles, nnd until this vital fluid Is purified'
they cannot be cured. For all blood diseases S. S. S. is the best remedy ever
put upon the market. This great medicine is made of roots, herbs and barka'
of recognized blood-purifying and building-up properties. It goes down into
the circulation and removes all poisons, impurities and humors, supplied,
the blood with the healthful properties It needs nnd completely cures blood
dlSCrtSeS of CVerV kind. S. 5?. S. riire.l 'Rllrliinntisiii Pntnrrli Rnrnfuln
Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcers, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., because It
pumica me oioou. ajoou on ,tiic Diootl ntiu medical advice free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. OA.
TOO MUCH CREDIT
VELLINQ ON THE 3IDE-LINE HAS
LITTLE VALUE IN PRESENT-
RULES GROWING MORE STRICT
Old-Style of 'Noise-Making and Use of
Vile Language Legislated Out of Ex-
. Istence-Signaling Plays Growing
In Importance In Modern Scientific
Coaching Is ns varied as tho opin
ions expressed regarding it and Its
relntlvo vuluo to tho gamo of baso
ball. According to tho commonly ac
cepted view It means llttlo moro than,
"noise." So long ns a couplo ot play
ers or tho mannger and n player get
on tho coaching lino, Jump around and
mako n lot or nolso tho clement ot
coaching ,1s supposed to bo proporly
taken carp or. That is nlso tho old
Jtlon, and tho ono which reached Its
holglit tlurInrtho old Dnltln.iro days,
along with assaults on tho umpires
and riots by tho' fans. This was when
players were permitted to refer lo op
posing playors and umpires In terms
that would have- resulted In their got
ting killed off tho baseball ilold,.but
wus considered tho proimr thing on IL
Patrons of tho gamo also used lan
guage to players which would result
In their being put out of tho stands at
With tho now order of things has
also como a now order of coaching.
Hules havo boon growing stricter
every yenr, until now thoy havo all
but loglslated "tho old stylo ot coach
ing out of existence, and when old
timers like Jennings and Cantlllon
start to creating a nolso on tho coach
ing lines without directing It at any
ono or nnythlng In particular thoy
caiiso a lot of comment. Not so many
years back these two would not havo
boon looked upon with any particular
degree of curiosity or excited any
Conchlng, an a mntter or fact, Js
iflvcn too mucjt credit by most of tJio
fans. If It was as cOlcnclous 03 sonio
of thorn thlnjc It Is Griffith would lmvo
long ago had a penant with his Now
York Americans, and Med raw would
still rotalu tho titlo bin tenm onco
hold. On tho other hand, Comlskey'j
Whlto Sox and Conillo Mack's Phlla
dolphin Americano should rank fu tho
also ran class. Chanco and his Old-
leading Ip tho race for the Amerloan
at the game and la guardian of tho
cngo Cubs aro not particularly noisy
elthor, yot they manage to win over
tenms which havo thorn boatcn much
In this rcspccL So much for tho moro'
mnttor of making holsb on tho coach
ing lines, badgering opposing plnyord
Even tho moro scientific coaching
has Its limits. It will novor turn a
slow thinking player Into a really1,
first-class one, though it may cut off
somo of his worst brcakBr Whc'n It
c'omes to mnklng tho plays which
count In tho modern gamo It Is but
soldqm that a coachor can got Infor-.
mntlon to his man-with speed enough
to bo of any valuo to tho latter. Only
In enses whoro tho player Is l!o placed
Hint ho cannot sco a piny because It
Is behind him is this not truo. In
such important matters as stealing
Bases and running out lilts' tho player
must almost entirely depend upon,
his own hcadwork, nnd In taking rid
vautngo ot tho many small happen
ings which cnnblo players to got
around tho bases this Is also truo.
As a matter of fact tho most valu
ablo coaching now Is dono bo qulotly
that It passes unobserved. Signaling
for plays by tho mannger may bo con
sidered In tho lino ot coaching, nnd
all or this Is necessarily dono qulotly
and with secrecy. Not a tow of tho
base-running signals must nlso bo
given without attracting the nttcntlon
of tho opposing players, add this
loaves but tho ordinary open-and-shut
plays to dopoud upon lolid coaching.
Half tho tlmo tho players do not hoar
these and tboy njo wnstod. Even
with a conchcr yelling directly nt htm
nt tho baso It Is frequently nucenpary
for tho baso runner to bo shoved back
by main bodily strongth.
When It comes tq tho mornl sldo of
coaching, tho matter Is much ovcr
lated also. Possibly when a coachor
was pormltted to call a pitcher any
thing that suggested Itself to him, no
matter how vllo or obscono It might
bo, ho could bo taunted Into losing
bis temper, but sinco this lias been
practically obliterated fioni tho gamo,
tho ordinary lino ot talk Is not Habit)
to havo much effect. "- -
I'resincnt wuvoiy nus susponnod for
tho balnuco of tho season Umplro Hoc.
tor Melnnla for a fight with Pltchor
Kobert Bandy, of Oklahoma. .
An effort Is being nmdo-by tho To
poka club to got Lou Armstrong, of
.loplln, as manager, ns tho LouIavIIIo
club will jitit let Dick Coojoy go.
Tho Joplln club has changed mail
agomont. H. A. Baker bns bought out
the Interest of Howard Murphy and
will run tho team lu the future as ha
now owns practically all ot tho etoob
of tho team.
Tho Cedar ltaplda club has traded'
"Busty" Owens to Springfield for Ffrst
llasomaii I'fylo and Pltchor tfox. "''
That Torro Hauto Is the bosl".b'aB&
ball town In. the circuit has beon
proven. TheTots havo boon drawing
liottor crowds than any team In tho
leaguo thfB season v
I Wo Ruurmiti
c'uurniitco to nlthrr euro or refund t.
tlm money lo uny mifTrri-r from IlehlnR, J
iiiFciuiii; or rromnnut j-uea wuo laiiD
fully anil properly uroh
Dr. A. W. Chase's ., .
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which woro no liml Hint they ncroflsllulort my
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numvron rrmnllcH nml underwent one opera
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