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ANOTHER CHANCE FOR MARION
TO TAKE LEAGUE LEAD TODAY
AlthotrBUx,tlto IIggers hav won
the first two games with Mans
field Newark lias not been accom
modating enoi'ijh to whin Lancaster
and the Diggers remain In second
place but onb .half a. gamo behind
the Lanks. Jn both the games at
Newark the home flub had out
batted the vlsltore but the Janeas
ter tribe has Jiad a. Jot ot horse
shoes and imanagod to gvt enough
Yesterday at Newark Frank
Kramer, one of Hobby Qulun's Indi
cator men, was handled roughly by
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you'll be better satisfied all
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THE OINTUH OMPANT. ntWTORKOITT.
.tho fans over a decision at first
,base. Newark Is losing again and
Newark fans ai3 ?oIng wild. If
tno present losing streak of tho
Mcldera keeps up It will be a hard
place for umpires to work.
Tho race In the Ohio State
league Is a pretty one this week
and there may be somo .Interest
ing duvelopmonta during Uio next
few dnyB. Newark Is surely due to
trim Lancaster today and If Mar
ion Is able to take the last game
from Mansfield then the Dlgcers
will occupy that coveted position.
It Was Only a Village Compared With
Another historical He has been untied
to the counter by the German Oriental
society, which has been engaged re
cently la uucoverlug the ruins of an
In Its report, Just published, It states
that practically the whole area of
the city has now been luhf bar and
the foundations or the Inclosing wall
traced throughout Its eutlre length.
The spnee occupied by the city was
barely one square mllu as compared
with Loudon's seventy, and tho build
lugs were plain, unpretentious struc
tures of sun dried bricks, The famous
wall was about thirty feet high by
four miles long and was pierced by
Herodotus made this same wall fifty
miles long and a hundred feet high,
with UK) Kates. Hut then these old
historians were proue to exaggeration.
They gnvu the world to understand,
for Instance, that the Colossus of
Ithodes bestrode the harbor with Its
feet so wide apart that au hour's hard
rowing was necessary In order to pass
from one to the other. As a matter of
fact, the statue was not a striding one,
and Its height wns 120 feet only as
cO n pared with the ItYO feet of the
statue of Liberty which dominates
New York harbor.
And us It is with this, so It Is with
most of the other wonders of the an
cient world. Pompey's pillar, for ex
ample, would be dwarfed If placed
alongside the NpIsou column. The Al
bert memorlul, erected, In Hyde park
by Queen Victoria lu memory of the
prince consort, Is larger and more
splendid than the temple tomb built by
Queen Artemisia at Hallcurnassim lu
honor of her husbqiid, Mausolus. A
score of Nlnevehs could be contained
within the area of modern London,
while the palace of Cyrus, which we
were gravely assured wus cemented
with gold, was quite an(ordlnary edi
fice by comparison with, say, 1)19 new
war office In Parliament street-Peur-son's
Omelets are more tender If the eggs
ure thinned with hot water Insteud of
milk. Before folding the plain omelet
spread It, for n change, with a green
pepper mined line. The pepper does
not need previous cooking.
WINS THE GAME
Only Run of Pretty Game
Batted in by Flinger.
CORK IN RARE' FORM
Kept Hits Scattered and Fan
ned Seven Tigers,
Diggers Defense Is Strong and
Mantfleld Never Had a Chance
Ihe Story of the JJattle.
. , , ...
aauioru isum was an 01 ine money
in tho pretty pitchers' bittle which
held Ihe attention of tho fans un-
til the last man was retired and the
''big one" that Burk was so Instru-
mental In getting looked bigger than
a mountain to the lads from Tiger
town, yesterday afternoon.
Lloyd worked for Mmsfleld and he
worked hard. In only one Inning-
the seventh-were the Diggers able to
bunch hlfs. Time and again the
Dlssen had an opportunity to count
butlJoyd tightened .P Ble the pro-1
.1,, , ,, ,, , T '
n wllil ImnvA liv TAtfoll flint Hl,l tint
a wild heave by Jewell that did not
affect the score, his support wiis
faultless and at times It even ap
proached tho brilliancy.
Heavlns for the Diggers, Burk wan
In that rare form which he has exhib
ited during the past few ganiea In
which he has worked. He was bet
ter at all times than wero the bats
men who opposed him and in all but
four Bafetles wero secured off his
slinging. . Seven TIgors bit the dust
In a futllo effort to connect with that
elusive pill. Several times batters
had threo wide ones served to them
before the flinger could got. one over
it those times lfe showed his class
und with perfect control made them
fan tho breeze.
While Burk was tho king pin in
tho Digger defense the other lads in
blue were ''for" htm all tho tlmo
and accorded thelrleader almost per
fect support, the only wobble being
a fly which wns dropped by O'Day and
which did not co.?t anything-
(With tw odown In tho first Mathay
singled and Channel! got a gift. Blery
ended It, however, by hitting to
Parker and Channel! was forced.
Kotter In the second was the first
DIger to bust one of Lloyd's slants.
His push to left -was good for a base.
O'Day followed, however, with n hard
drive to Flood and ho and Ket wero
Parker opened with a single In the
fourth and Lnruo sacrificed neatly.
It looked, as though Lloyd's throw
pulled Blery off the sack, but Handl
Imo guessed differently and called La
reu out. Farroll got a pass nnd Tnto
fouled out. Ketter ended It bv whlff
Incr. Luskev singled :n tho fifth nnd
when .Towell heaved a wild ono to
the bleachers after handling Burk'n
grounder, Luskoy went to third and
Burk to second. Parker's sky rocket
was taken In by Meelian.
All of tho show Inppcned In the
lucky seventh that frame when the
Diggers seem to have a knack of get
ting enough to win. This tlmo it
was the only run that crossed the pan
but that was an ample sufficiency
with tho kind M ball Burk was'
After O'Day had been retired, Wil
son poled a baser to right center.
!As Wilson dashed toward second.
Liwkey cracked the sphere. Lloyd
managed to nail It and throw to sec
ond Loo late to get Wilson, but Ket-
tlor kept tho kill going and caught
Luskoy at flwt.. There oamo to bat
at this Important crisis Sanford Burk,
leader in the Digger defense, and
San proved to be leader llkowlse In
tho offonso to his team mates. He
laced a peach over tho second sack
and Wilson tnme over with that
nunt every one had been looking
for. Parker niado a fino try for an
other hit, but Kettlor mado a pretty
stop and retired the runner at firat.
With Larue on second in tho next
Tate rapped one on a lino toward the
left field fence but Mithay grabbed
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the ball close to the1 score board 'and
Kotter lifted to Jewell.
In the Ultra frame Jewell singled
with one down. Burk was In no
danger though as taiskey nailed him
a blook when ho tried lo pilfer. At
no other time were the callers dan
.-, AB HPOA E
Parker, ss 4 J 1 1 0
Laruo, 3b .'... 2 0 0 4 0
m.t$i , m ,.. . . Hi . .oS'-fl' 20 0
Tate, 1b 4 18 0U
Ketter rf ..-. '.-..... 4 1 1 -0 0
O'Diy, 2b .'.... 3 0 3 1 1
Wilson, If B 1 4 0 0
Luskey, o ft.. 3 1 8 1 0
Burk, p ..3 1 0 2 0
2!) i 27 0 1
AB H PO A E
Jewell, ss 4
Mohan, m 4
Mathay, 1 4
Channell, r 3
'nerv in 3
Kettler, 2b 4
'Fkvxl, 3b :... 3
Jlreymaler, c 3
.Lloyd, p 3
Totals fll 4 24 12 1
Marlon 0 0 0 0 0 0 .1 0 1
LMansfleld 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
,nunvlson. Sacrifice hlt-Larue.
,m8e on balwo Burk, 2; off
, , 2 gtnlck oulDy Burkt 7;
fa ' , fl 2 Double play-FIood to
B, ljett on Wfies
''Marion., 7; Mansfield, . m:ap.
Umplre-nHnndlboe. Attendance riuu.
NOTES OP THiH GAME.
Burk was working yesterday In
the form that ho showed In tho
famous twenty Inning game against
Mansflold. As long as his support
.remained goad Burk would have
blanked the Tlgera had the gamf.
gone twice the regulation number
Ketler made a pretty stop
a grounder hit by Ketter In
seventh. The blow looted Uku
lutn Htia 1UUUUIL "I. it w.t. tw.;i
his mighty pok'o to left field was
fPnln .nf ltV.n.l f fi .. 1. 1 -I.IAn
gathered In by Mathay close to the
Burk had it on Channel thai
hard hitting Tiger who has not
missed a day in several weeks
without (getting a hit. Yesterday
he did not get anythlnp that look-
ed like a safety.
-A. Rellly. If 4 1
Jewell, that, dlttle lad who per- .filler, rf 3 0
forms iln such a remarkable manner Lpoutz,' r-s 4 2
about tho fihort field, Jed In tben.lndsay 2b 2 0
Tiger hitting, getting .two of thei.E. Bellly, m 3 0
frtllti TMrvilM nnfAilnn ' . m .
...... .,,., nuii-iico.
Jewell was tho only Tiger who
tried to swipe a base on Luskey
and the crowd ihad a good laugh
when Pop nj?ed him out nbout
Until there were two down Jn the
ninth only .three hits had been
mado off Burk. Blery tlicji got an
nverage for the day by' dropping
a Texas leaguer in left.
Hugey Tato played a Jilco gamo,
at first, yesterday. Once ho ran
over to the hleaohern and pulled
.down n foul lift from Flood's bat.
Today tho last QlnnBfteld-Marlon
battle will be fought,,
Brown, the Moo'dor
sling for tho Dlgsjrs,
BucJioltz or Prlae will do
throwilrl? for Mansfield today.
Tomorrow Lima wtlll come to
Webb park for a -stay of .three days,
Al Wllmot will bo used by
Manager O'Day ,to clean up the Sto-
Llnke or Smith will piteh
WHITEWASH WAS PLENTY.
Three National League "clubs Failed to
Tally on Monday.
Btancllns of the Clubx,
St. Uiuls ,.,.
New Yorlc . . .
....... ..32 H
, :r, :io
i .. n. ' " ' i'S 13
j-uiiuwinH art) aiomluv .8roresi
Ai t"levelali(1 I'liiiadelnhla 8. C!leve
',?ind ?' S?0'nbi, I'lanki I'owers; Chech,
Af, r)Jtl:flt - niTrft'Ro XT Detroit 4.
White, Sullhan; Wlllotta, Thomas.
Standing of the Club.
-,.., Won. Lost,
Chicago ,,,, ,;i2 20
pusburg ...:::: :::.i3 n
Clnclnnut SO 24
NmV York ' !) 24
Philadelphia 2s 27
Hoeton , 24 3
llrooklyn si 33
Following I1IH Ariinrt.iv'n ro.
At New Vorl; Chicago 1. New York 7.
Lundif ren, Kilns; Wlltne, Breanahan.
At Brooklyn. Philadelphia 0, Broolclvn
J If" Inning. McQuillan, Jacklltsch,
At BcstonHt, Louis 1, Boston 0, Ray
ond, I.udjvlgj Boult. Smith,
o Au ,,,,ubHrK C,"lnnatl 4. Pittsburg
Welmer, Echleti Maddox, i'oun. Gib
son. 1 ,
Big Molder Rally, Falls Short
LIMA DROPS A GAME
Portsmouth Bats Garvey at
Lanks are Fighting Hard to Keep
.the Diggers Ftom Copping FJrut
Place It May Happen 'loday,
HOW THE CLUB3 STAND.
Won Lost V. C
(Lancaster S3 20
Marlon 33 21
Llnra 29 20
Newark 2G 29
Mansfield 25 33
Portsmouth 19 36
iLanpnster nt Newark.
Lima at Portsmouth.
Mansfield at Marlon.
1 (Lancaster, 4; Newark, 3.
Portsmouth, 0; Lima, 4.
Marlon, 1; Mansflold, 0.
.PORTSMOUTH, C: LIMA, 4,
, Portsmouth, Juno 22. Lima: failed
Ito hit when hits meant runs and UIs,
coupled with Kahl'o ejection from
the game In tho fourth was responsi
ble for their defeit. Burt's running
catch and throw to third were the
AB H PO A E
Totman, r 3 2 2 0 0
Burt, m 3 V 2 1 0
Bohnnnon, 2b 3 1 9
Spencer, lb 3 ! 3
aioeller. 1 2
Uiunii;i . .
iDooln, 3b 2
tWhlsner, ss 4
iZImpfer, c 4
(Mercer, p 4
Totals 28 9 27 9 1
AB HPOA H
ipjnk, 2b 3 2
fivCii,'"'""""". 4 e
5 3 0
ofeieau, e i i
Tofals 31 9 21 10 2
Porismduth 2 0201100 0
Lima 10 0 0 10 2 0 0-4
Runs 'fotman, Burt 2, Bohannon,
Spencer, Zimpfer; Pink 2, A. Ilelily,
Garvey. Two base hit 'Fink. Three
base hit Totman. Doublo plays
1,urt lo Do3ln: Bnon lo Spencer,
Sacrifice hits Bohannon, Burt, Mo-
Jer, Pink, A. Rellly Hit by pitched
iballs-DooIn, Miller. First base oh,
balls Off Garvey, 4; olf Mercer, 0.
Struck out .By Garvey, 2; by Mercer,
5. Time '1:30. Umpire Hart.
LANCASTER, i; NRiW-lAJlK, 3.
Newark, Juno 22. OJells wns sick
when he went In for the locals nnd
was roplaced by More In the fifth.
Tho finish was exciting but errors
were costly. Scorn:
AB H PO A E
Abbott, rf 3 0 10 0
Snyder. If A 1 3 0 1
Smith, 3b 4 0 2 10
Gygll. lb -t 3 0 0 1
Locko, m -1 0 1 0 0
Murray, 2b 4 1 4 0 1
Wratten, s 3 2 1 1 1
Williams, o 4 2 8 3 1
EolH, p 0 0 0 3 0
Moore, p- 2 0 1 3 0
"Wlntprs 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 32 0 27 U 5
All II PO A B
Brown, 2b 3
Elckelberger, If 3
Heller, 3b ....- 5
Carter, rf 3
Humphreys, '& 4
Riper, o ....
Mock, p ....
Totals .. 30 3 27 10 2
Batted for Mooro In the ninth.
Newark. . , . ,, . , .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 I 1-8'
Lancaster 2 00 200 00 04
Jtuns-iAbbott, Murray, Wratten;
Brqwn, 2, Heller, Yost, Two baso hits
Gygll, Williams,! Home run Wrat-
iten. Struck out illy Dills, 1: by
Moore, 3; by Mook, 0. Kirst base on
balls Off JCells, 7; off Mooro, 2; off
,jock, eo, iwuoie piay carter 10
Piper, Stolen baaes Snyder, Brown,
jPIper, Sacrifice lilts 'Abbott, Wint
ers, ElcHoJbergpr, Umpire JCramor.
' O-P LEAGU RESULTS,
East Liverpool, 2; Akron, 1.
mother s slianeliness. All DI this
Mother's Friend-before blby comes, ns this
bodv for the strain unnn it.lind preserves tlliMlfThmetry of her form.
Mother's Friend makes lie danger tjklirtlld-birth less, and carries
her safelv throuch this cflical oerifldrThousands gratefully tell of
'-wiiuciicui ihiu ruuer ucriyui
Irom the use of this remedy"
SuM 1T druculltn it 11.00 nrrnottl. Onr
Jlttlo book, if IHnc ill bout ttila liniment,
TUB liUADHKLD RH0ULAT0U CO.
Canton, 3; McKeesport, 0.
Erie, 10; Sharon, C.
New Caatle, i; VoungslowJi, 3 (11
THE HALL OF FAME.
Perhaps the two best friends lu Sut
ton, N. II.. are David Hurt nnd G. S.
Morgan. The former Is ninety-one
years old and the latter ninety-three.
The pioneer of Berks county (Pa.)
Bniilrrs Is William Y. Shearer, who has
conducted the oilier of justice of the
peace ever since ISO!, holding tho of
fice for forty-four years, nnd his ninth
commission will explro nest year.
Although his famous silver mine has
yielded him S1S.000.OCO, Pedro Alvnra
do, the "Mexican Croesus," has been
bo extravagant that be has run into
debt and has been constrained to lease
bis property for fifteen years to an
To his collection of mote than 800
relics Captain .John Ityan of West
Newton. .Mass.. a veteran or several
wars, lids added n cane the materials
of which repiesent three wars lu which
he participated the Mexican, civil nnd
Sixty years ngo Hiram C. Matthews
of Derry, N. IL. was (riven a letter of
recommendation by several of the mer
chants of Hyde Park, Vt Although he
bus uever hull occasion to use the let
ter, nt the age of uluety-one Mr. Mat
thews treasures It us u UeepsaUc.
Because Claude Trent of Princeton,
Mo., serving on the dispatch boat
Yankton, weighs 1!15 pounds he Is un
able to get Inside the ship's boilers to;
clean them nnd do other jobs required
of it bluejacket. He therefore has an
eiiBlcr time thuii the other men.
. Chief Justice Fuller celebrated his
, seventy-lift h birthday last February.
He took the oath of office Oct. 8. 1SSS.
so that before the next presidential
election he will have rounded out an
honorable service of twenty years as
chief Justice of the supreme court.
Baron Sped; von Sternburg, the Ger
man ambassador, has gone to Europe.
.Jbuoness von Sternburg accompanied
him. Prevlolis to his return to Wash
ington, which will be the latter part of
September, the ambassador will spend
j a short time lu Scotland us u'guest of
Electric Campaign Cane.
An electric ininpnlgu enno is being
manufactured us one of the novelties
of the approaching presidential cam;
palgn. The huudle of the cane Is
modeled to represent the head of the
candidate lu whose Interests the cane
Is being carried. Inside the head,
which' Is of glass, Is 11 small electric
bulb, which' lights it up at night lu it 11
effective manner, Instead or being
fastened directly to the upper end of
the cane, the Illuminated head Is con
nected ith It by leather sleeve or
neck and bobs hack and forth with
the Hwlug.of carrying It. The battery
'is placed within this sleeve. Popular
Mechanics'. ' ' . ?
The Cocked Hat.
Of course there is no reason why
Mr. (or, rather, Viscount) ."Aforley
6l)ouhl not t wear a cocUed bat, but
there Is hardly any mini whom the
mind has greater dltllculty In iifcHoclnt
ing with thnt type of head covering
bud scarcely any typo of head cover
ing that would seem less befitting for
that aufitore and philosophic brow. The
greater the natural dignity of the
wearer the more ridiculous it mnUo.i
him Joule , Any scheme for tho reform
of the house of lords ot'ght to provide
for Its abolition. Manchester Courier,
ays and Players.
'Strpngbenit" Is now being used lu
tlje stock companies.
John C," Mice iind Sally Cohen will
Btnr lu u new farce culled "Just Like
K'J'ljo revival of, "Thi' Prldo of Jeulco,"
whlejLvJa,ui?B IC, Ilnckett made this
season, Fins jjeeu input jniceessful.
Murle Don) has achieved a decided
hucccbs .lu London. Ilotli personally
mid professionally she Is exceedingly
Felice Morris, the daughter of the
late Felix Morrla, will appear lu vaude
ville lu 11 one act comedy called "The
Old. Old Story."
Wo ro so certain that
Jtf Itching, Bleedln
I UfSTS Protruding; Piles
SWSWBe ways ba relliiHritl
Itching. IJIeedlntc and
. 1 soluUhuSflHa by tlila
&uBf DrJCTV. Chase's
dealers 4r Dr.
Every woman covets
a shapely figure, and
many of them de
plore the loss of
their girlish forms aTter mar
Is nften destructiUMl0r
UW UVUIUbU jpF'ttth uuw w.
nt prepares the
Want the liody of Mias Ar-
line Kinaley Exhumed tor
New Phllidelphla, June 23. The
body of Mies Arllno ICnlsely, who was
alipt and killed Friday evening
while out rJdJna wl'fclL Chai'lies
Spach, her former employer, was
burled by her parents Sunday, al
thougJi the funoral was not an
nounced to be held until yesterday.
The burial angered the police, who
have not completed Investigation of
the mystery, and they have asked
the coroner to order the body ex
humed and held until after the post
mortem. Late Saturday Burgeons
probed and found the bullet which,
Robert Stueve, of Cleveland, Spach's
former business partner, was re
leased on $2500 C3sh bond. Ho has
demanded nn Immediate hearing, de
claring ho can prove he was In
Cleveland between 8 and 9 o'clock
Friday evening, nnd ho wants to be
completely vlndloited. Tho police
don't doubt his story and believe hla
being taken Into custody was a mis
take. Physlc'lnns now say Spach
will recover. Ho Is under guard.
Ab a result of a vivid dream thrice
repeated George Chester ot West
Livingston, N. J., found his wife's
wedding ring, which she lost nearly
five years ago, under a. roadside tree.
An up-to-date archltoct predicts
that the house of one large room, a
small electric kitchen attached and
an inclosed porch with facllltes for
outdoor sleeping has come to stay.
FROM THE LIVER.
In his itudy of kidney diuase. Dr. A. W.
Chase, the famous Receipt Book author, found
that 90 per cent, of the cases arose at a di
rect result ol liver end Lowel disorders, and
working on Jliisa idea led lo the discovery of
liisceleErattil Kidneyand Liver Pills, theonly
Kidney mrflicine having a combined action on
liver and LEwels as well.
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Mrs. Mary Jones, 831 East 2nd SL,
AW. Vernon, Ind, states:
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