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THE MARION DAI LY MIRROR' MONDAY JULY 4, 1910
Heaver in Grand Form On
MARION COPS 6 TO 2
Errors Let Newark Count
Peerless Southpaw Not Only Hurls n
Magnificent Gunio But Bats In
tli'o nuiis Tlint Win .Tolmstono
unit Other ' do Hitting Stunts In
with tho largest crowd of tho sea.
roti on hnnd thlg afternoon, Marlon
and Newark squared away for tho
hucond came. Big Ed Zmlch was tho
ivlgf?or dependency whllo Cllckcnger,
11 u selected to nonvo for Newark.
a ry o( the encounter follows.
. iitST INN1NU Kendull out Wol
.(.r to Johnstone. Myers walked
i tOlil fanned. Gostiorn out to Colll
RAn. illgan was passed. Kpler bunted
h-. ttus anfo on itlohl's .error, Col
i.n reaching second. Hummel sac
uiiccd. Itlclly lilted to aosliorn und
.. .i.Kun scored. Meelmn grounded
t. j. , Conley to Rlehl. Ono run.
.. i.COND INNINO Anderson popp
lu to Meohan, who tnndo greet ono
i u udud catch Franken fanned and
unley fouled to Johnstone.
Johnstone sura on lnlleld single.
Woil beat out hit liu sume place,
welier sacrlflcod, Zmlch bunted but
. j.instono wus caught between third
mid horn. Colllgan skied to Ooshorn
ilIIRD INNING Hanna skied two
Hummel. CUckongor safo on Hutnmel's
error. Kendall out Zmlch to John
(tone. Myers fanned. No Huns.
Kpler out Myers to Rlchl. Hum
mel out, iTanna to Rlehl. Ilollly
walked. Meohan lifted to Franken.
FOURTH INNING Rlehl skied but
to Mechan. Goshorn funned out. An
derson walked. Frankun raised to Kp
Uohnstono singled through Conley.
Wolfe rolled to Hanna, who erred and
both were safo. Welier sacrificed.
2mlch hit a sacrificed Ily to rrnnkeii
and Johnstone scored Colllgan rol
led out, Cllckcngor to Hlehl Ono
FIFTH INNINO Conley safe on
Wolfo's orror. Hanna fanned. Cllck
enger grounded out to Johnstone
Kendall safo on Hummel' wild peg to
first and Conloy scored. Myers hit to
Hummel who erred and Kendall scor
ed. Two Runs.
Epler out Myers to Rlchl. Hummel
singled to right. Rellly out Myers to
Riehl and Meehan out Conley to
Rtehl. No Runs.
SIXTH INNING Qoshorn fouled to
Epler. Anderson lifted to Wolfe.
1'rankcn sklod to Epler.
Johnstone hit through short Wolfo
sacrificed. Welter was panned. Zmlch
hit past third foe a double, two scor
ing. Colllgan out Colloy to Hlehl.
,Eplor lifted to Myers. Two Runs.
SEVENTH INNING Conloy frooz
ed Hanna lifted to Wolfo. Cilckengor
raised to Colllgan.
Hummel lifted to Frankon. Rellly
lifted to Myers. Meehan got a pass.
Johnstono, out, Conloy to Rlehl.
EIGHTH INNING Kendall skied to
Wolfe. Myers walked. Rlehl raised
to Colllgan. Goshorn also lifted to
the tight fielder. -
Wolfo hit over third for a double.
Zmlch shot ono over second and Wolfe
scored. Colllgan hit to right for a base
mlch out at third, whllo trying
double steal. Epler hit for 3 bases to
right. Colllgan scored. Hummel out,
Myers to Rlehl. Two Runs.
NIWTH INNING-Zmlch pitches a
no-hlt grone. Anderson lifted to Ep
ler. Frankon safo on Waller's error.
Conley out Zmlch to Johnstone
Hanna. out to Johnstone.
Marlon 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 x 6
Newark 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02
Batteries Zmlch and Rellly; Cllck
enger And Anderson,
PREMIER NO ONE
WINS FIRST PRIZE
Jn the Big lidden Tour Con
test, cnaimers Second
and Maxwell, Third.
Vy United Press Wlrs.
t Chtoago, July i Premier car No.l,
driven by Ray McNamara, was award
ed test place in the Glldden tour by
tho technical committee which com
pleted its inspection today and fixed
the ratings. The Premier had elght
elBhr points against it
The Chalmers car No, 5 was second
wKh 118 points against it.
No. 7, Maxwell, with 808 points
against it, won thtrdplace and Pre
mier No. 2 was fourth with R06. The
Glide No. 10 was fifth with 2,247, und
No. 15 Cltio was slzth with 2,4H.
The prdtost of the Chalmers coin
paay that the Premier was not a stock
ear because of an ancillary hand oil
fiptnp, was overruled by the committee
which hold that all such objections
mustbe mode befora tho start of the
i The Chalmers company will appeal
ioj tbe (Contest board of the' American
VThdf-Mollne Np.l driven by Van Der
,. , Voort was awarded the Chicago
HARD HITTING WINS, GAME
2 ca ' j
Reds Find Camnlt2 Easy and Fatten
Their Averages .
Cincinnati. July 4. The) Pirate
tilt the ball hard and easily defeated
the Kcda by tho score of 10 to 2.
Twelve hits were made off Camnltz,
but smart fielding kept the ecoro
n. it. B
PitUburg .. 00Q20S32 010 14 0
Clnclnmtl 00000010 1 3 12 4
Cntteiles Camnltz nnd Gltjson; Gas
per, Benton and McLean.
AT ST. LOUIS II. H. E.
Chicago 2 10 10 10 0 06 0 t
St Louts . 0 0 10 0 10 1 03 5 0
Batteries Cole and Kilns'; Lush, Bailee
CLt'BS W. L. PC. CLUBS W L. P.C.
Chlen . 40 21 658 Phltn... 2S 32 .467
N. Y . 37 23 617 8t L. . 29 38 .4M
Pitts 32 28 ,523 Bnok, 26 S4 .43.1
Cin'tl . 32 31 COS Bot .. 2J 42 .3M
AT DETROIT . R II. E.
Cleveland .., . i 1 0 6 0 0 0 1 0-3 7 1
Detroit . 00000003 1-4 14 3
B'Uterlci Hnrkntss, Kotstner and
Easterly Summers and Schmidt. '
AT CHICAGO It. H. C.
St LouN . . 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 4 .1
Chicago 20010001 4 8 3
Hntterlri-rtny nnrt Stephens and K11
llfer. Scott and Payne.
Bccond Gimo P.. II. E.
St. Loun ... 10100010 03 10 1
ChlOBRO ....00000100 01 7 0
Batteries Powell and Kllllfer; Olm
steud Youiiff And Block.
CLUBS W L. PC. CLUBS W U P.C.
I'lilla . 42 21 687 Clcve. 27 30 .474
N. Y . 36 25 ,H0 ChlCft 21 34 .413
Deft... 39 28 .673 Wash,. 28 34 .443
Uo.n . 33 28 .641 St. L. 19 43 .308
AT TOLEDO 1. Indianapolis 2.
AT COLUMBUS 3, Louisville 1.
AT MINNEAPOLIS 4, St. Paul 0.
AT KANSAS CITY 4, Milwaukee 5.
Second) Kansas City 5, Milwaukee Z.
CLUBS W L PP CLUBS W L P.C.
Mlnnc. 62 26 667 MIIw. . 32 40 .444
St. I' 18 28 132 fnllim 31 41 411
To'tdo 14 30 .693 lnd'lls. 33 44 .423
ICC. 3i 3S .462 Louis.. 25 50 .313
Thomas Hood's 0crslght.
Thomas Hood gave to literature
tho undying "Song of tho Shirt," but
ho might have written nn even sad
der song, that of tho washtub. Hew
itt's Easy Task laundry sonp was
unknown In his daj.. It Is only for
tho last quarter century that It has
been relieving women of backaches
nnd bruised hnnds. It takes the dirt
out of or off anything actually does
most of the work Itself. Your grocer
AFTER WESTON'S RECORD
Chicago Man Contemplates Hike
Columbus, O., July 4. Oeorgo
Stokes, a 68-year old pedestrian of
Chicago, who came to Columbus to
meet In a three-mile exhibition walk
ing match Edward Puyson Weston,
the world famous pedestrian, who
walked across the continent it tho
age of 71 years, mado tho announce
ment after his arrival here that ho
Intends to attempt a transcontinental
trip, beginning In September. Stokes
thinks ho can beat Weston's time by
20 days. Weston mado the trip In a
few hours more than 105 days, his
nttempt being to make It In 90.
Stokes says' he can walk 60 miles a
day and keep It up, and, allowing for
accidents, bad weather and other un
avoidable delays, thinks he Is safe in
saying he can make the trip In 85
days. He will go Into tralnlns Imme
diately and expects to start from
Now York. '
THIS AND THAT
Costa Rica and Panama are talk
ing warlike over a little boundary
Western railroads contemplate abol
ishing all reduced rates and making
2 cents the minimum for all travelers
and all occasions.
Five persons perished In a fire
which destroyed tho castle of Herr
Seel, one of the wealthiest landhold
ers of eastom Prussia.
-' DOINGS IN OHIO
Live News From All Parts of the
Columbus, O., July 4. Former
State Fire Marshal Ily D. Davis of
Cleveland has told Attorney General
Donman he Is ready to reimburse the
stnte for any sum shown to have
been drawn by him Illegally, The
Bratty lmestlgatlng committee held
that he had so drawn 5900, Davis Is
not ready to accept that finding as
correct, but Informed Denmnn he
,would pay whatqver sum Governor
Harmon and Donman, or a referee
named by thorn, should find to be due,
and that thoro was no necessity of
the attorney general bringing suit.
Boy Shot by Hunters.
Canton, O. July 4. Fred Relkel, a
Canton lad, was mistaken far a
groundhog and waR probably fatally
shot by a party of hunters. Relkel
was down In the grass watching a
groundhog hole when the nuntors
were nbout 30 yards nway. He raised
his head and one of the hunters
fired, tho load taking effect In Rel
kel's head and aboulders.
Want Postal Banks, '' ;
Columbus O., July 4.-Potma8ter
Harry W. Krumm waft intnong thq
first In tho United States Jo request
Postmaoter Gennral Hitchcock to es
tabllnh at an early date a postal sav
ings bank In his city. First on tho
list of applicants itnod George C.
Bradon, ros'niaster ofWarren( Akron
was another Ohio postof&ca that put
In an early request.
Jones Receives Pardon.
Columbus, O.j JUly 4.-Thomag fO.
Jones, Wood county wurdererr walk
ed out of the penitentiary this morn
ing a free man, Having been, granted
tho Fourth of July paWon by Gover
PEPPER, BOYS j
WIN WITH EASE
Baxter Blows in the Second
FINAL COUNT IS 1 TO 0
Marion Unable' to Solve
Krrors and Passes Nicely Bunched
in tho Mornlnir Ganio Gho Nc
wark 0 Huns in Second Brilliant
Flny Somewhat liclloos Monotony
.Wolf Again n Digger
Those pepper' bdys from Newark,
Bobs Andersen Included, humiliated
our nsplrlng Diggers dilrlng the ear
ly morning hours of tho Independ
ance day and all of the flro crack
ers nnd all of the other noise making
devices would nbt serve to give
Marlon even, a single tally.
Newark did all In the second
tllng nnd Baxter on tho firing line
was the causo of his Own 'defeat, al
though ono or two others were con
tributers. La Polletto wns on tho
Newark omlrco and his Ipxlncl
pal asset was good control.' He was
seldom In a hole 'With a batter nnc'
then after the secdnn tnnlng, It did
not make much difference Ho mcroly
ly let tho Diggers wnllop, or rather
made them, nndv for six long In
nings but one local was nble to place
a safo one. It was not until tho
elgth that Marlon got n runner as
far as third. The caso wns hopeless
all tho way and It mattered not.
Nowark ave signs of becoming
trouble makers In the first round
after Kendall was out. Myers hit safe
ly and Rlchl followed suit.' Epler
took off the Goshorn fly and Bnxtut
could not get them over to little Bob,
filling tho sacks. Frtnken was a
strike victim on three balls.
But that second, Cramba, It was
some Inning, scnor Cdnley led off with
a nice drive Irf left for a-base. Huil
na attempted to sacrifice and Bax
ter made a one handed grab of his
little popper and dropped It, both
runners nrrlvlng at their destinations
safely. Then La Follette dumped
one that Baxter fumbled and tho
buses were full with none out Ken
dall hit to Welier and Conley shou
have been forced at tho plate but
(Paddy's throw wcB a llttlo too 1)
and Rellly dropped the ball. Myers
walked, forcing In Hanna with the
second run. Rlehl hit to Welier anr
La Follette was flagged at the pun.
Baxter forced In Kendall when he
ribbed Goshorn. With Anderson up the
squeeze wan done to perfection, Bob
by Bunting to Baxtor and going out
to Johnstono while M'ors ambled In.
.Franken got the second clean smsah
of the Inning and siorcd two more,
making six big counters for tho pep
Baxter was hit hard all of tho way
but there was no more scoring until
tho sixth when after'1 Kendall had
put a shot In left and had been
sacrificed by Myers, Baxtor throw
high to Johnstono In handling Rlohl's
easy hoppr, and Kendall 'crossed. '
Newark should hot have scored a
run and had Baxter been ftt himself
the- game might have bden going on
yet for It was a mountainous task
to got a runner any where the scoring'
lino on Newark.
Frank Wolfe, a Digger celebrity In
tho halycon days, arrived today and
played his first game at short for the
Diggers, succedlng Ayetto who has
been sick and out of condition for
sovcral weeks. Wolfe played with
his usual brilliancy.
"Features of tho game were the
outfleldlng of (he Nowark gardeners
who had eleven chances; a pretty
stop by Hummel and the play of
Hanna at Bhort for the visitors.
Colllgan rf . .
Hummel 2b .
Rellly o .. ,.
Meehan m . ,
Welier 3 . . . .
Baxter p . . . .
AD n II N A
4 0 0 0 10
3 0 0 2 0 0
4 0 0 3 3 0
3 0 0 6 1 1
4 0 2 10 0
3 0 0 II 1 0
4 0 0 8 10
3 0 2 0 4 0
3 0 1 0 6 1
31 0 5 27 16 3
Newark AB R H PO A E
Kendall, m S 2 C 2 0 0
Myers, 2b 1 T 3 0
Rlchl," lb 4 1 2 U 0 0
Goshorn, yf, . . . 4 1 0 5 0 0
Anderson, c . . . 2 o 0 1 0 0
Tfiirtken, rf, . . . 5 0 2 4 0 0
Cony, 3b .-,.412000
Hannan, b 4 1 1 (! 8 0
La'Follette, p . . 8 0 0 1 J 0
Totajs ....."".. ,24 7 10 27,11 0
Marlon OOOO'OOOO 00
Newark .... 000 '0 0100 07
Stolen basos Kendnll. Two-basji
nits Franken. Doubleri lay Weir
Ifir to Hummel 'to Johnstone, M
jio Hanna "to Rjehl Struck out -tiy
Bakter, 4, by La Follotto 1. Sacrlllde
hits La PolloUe, Anderson,' Myers.
Baso on balls Off gaxfei1, 3 Ltt Fol
Jelte, 3. Hit by pitcher. Johnson,
Rlehl. Umpire hetan. Time 1:1
Attendance 800. .,,,,
' ' r
Girl's fall-1 Fatal, ,
Marysvllle, O., July 4. Iisa Erel!
PooIq, the 8-year old daughter o( r.
and Mrs. Joseph Poole, died from the
effects bt an Injury to her head,
catiBed'by A fall.
peneral MaUfty Kxeeutsd. ,
' tfbw prions, July 4 tA private
csbjegram ref'OlvcdbeietfroiM, UlUf
field, Nicaragua,- states 'tiiatCleaBraj
Moluty" has been, executed foMawiiig
a,trll by courhntrtlnl, It wafychurg
ed that he" behaved th Bttttda
Taken From Jail Hour Alter Ar
rest For MurdBr.
HEARD TALKING OF GRIME
8earch Revealed Bpdy of Man Who
Had Been 8hot to Death Arrested
by 8herlff, but Jail Doors Had
Scarcely Closed on Them Whon
Posse of Farmors, Neighbors of
Murdered Man, Arrived and Strung
Cape Girardeau, Mo., July 4. Two
men were taken from tho county tJall
and lynched by a crowd of 350
whites, most of them being farmers,
who had beon aroused from their
slumbers In on hour's tlmo.
Tho negroes were both strangers
and their names unknown, nnd had
been employed as harvest hands by a
farmer living three miles from
Chnrloston. During tho night the two
negroes went Into tho barn, whoro
they had been sleeping. Three white
men In the barn overheard th' no
grocs talking of a killing, waited un
til the negroes had gone to sleep and
then made a search by the roadside
and found tho body of tho mm who
had beon shot, and olso had been
beaten with rocks. They wont to
Charleston and notified the sheriff.
The npgroeH were arrested and
taken to Charleston Jail. An hour
later a crowd of formers assembled
at tho Jail and, after batterlngdown
tho doors, took Iho two negroes out.
One was hanged to a tree In tho
courthouse yard and his body riddled
with bullets. Tho other negro was
strung up to n tolegraph polo end his
body shot full of bullets. Tho man
whom tho negroes had murdered was
a farmor named William Foe. "
NEGRO SHOT TO DEATH
Trailed by Hounds After Acsault on
Young White Girl,
Dotham, Ala,, July 4. Henry Simp
son, an 18-year-old negro, waB lynch
ed at tho residence of S. W. Cheek,
three miles from here, for an assault
on MifiB Maty Cheek. The negro's
victim Is tho 17-year-old daughter of
S. W. Creek, who Is one of tho lead
ing citizens of this section.
The itBBault was committed whllo
the girl wns In hed. The negro
crawled Into the bedroom through
the window and the girl awoke to
find herself In the clutches of the
negro. When tho alarm was given
posses with bloodhounds pursued tho
negro. Ho was captured several
hours later and taken to the resi
dence of hla victim. The negro do
nled his guilt, but there was strong
evldcnco against him and he was
shot to death near where no commit
ted tho crime.
The outrago so Incensed whites
against the negroes thn-a racial out
break Is feared, nnd Governor Comer
has ordered a company of state
guards here to bo In readiness to pro
vent further trouble. Tho troops aro
under arms uwaltlng orders from tho
ALLEN 0, MYERS DIES
Well Known Newspaper Man Suc
cumbs to Paralytic Stroke.
Toledo, O., July 4. Allen O. Myers,
one of tho best-known newspaper
men of Ohio, died suddenly at hla
home on tho Ketcham farms, near
here, from cerebral hemorrhage, fol
lowing an attack of paralysis several
weoks ago. His remains were taken
to Detroit for cremation and cthe
ashes will bo burled in this city.
As political correspondent for the
Cincinnati Enquirer, In 18S4, ho
printed a story concerning tho "tally
sheet" forgorles In Franklin county
that created a sensation. Tho com
mon pleas court demanded that ho
make known tho source from which
he obtnlned his Information. Myers
refused to toll, As a rrmilt, he spent
several days In Jail fqr contempt of
court. Ho kept up his political writ
ing behind tho bars and headed Ills
articles from the Franklin county
Jail. Tho work of those1 few dnys
made him famous;
. About 1G years ago Mycrit became
Interested In agricultural subjects,
belrig considered an authority on al
falfa, growing and at the time of his
death was manager of tho Ketcham
farms,' t '
BAD MAN PMJ VAWAY
"Pod" Connolly" Kill "Jimmy" Dona
hue In Columbus Saloon.
Columbus, d July 4. "Jimmy''
Donahuer known In loral police clr
cles as' "the llttlo man with tho bis
gun,' was shot and Instantly killed
by "Pod" Connolly, in tho lattnr's sa
loon. (Donahue was heating his broth
er Mike, who also has a record In
police circles- .and Connolly; who Is
atbrother-ln-law to the Donahue vit
tempted to stop the fight, -when Jim
pulled a knife and slashed Connolly
aros thoi thlijh. Connolly seized n
revolver and-shot his1' assailant dead.
He surrendered to the 'police, '
Mrsi Donahue, when she viewed
tho body of her son In tho morgue,
forced her son Bill to swear over the
dead body that he would kill "Pod"
Connolly on sight In revenge fof the
killing of Dopahuo. , -
rjr After tn Careute.,
isVixt Beveler-I ny,,bjd3 roan your
wife won't (to thiht? ta ii when sua
JiWllf-tka wblkr. g4eMIUv6ler--
Whea-rm Mr lisr, J fedUUWJTOTeaui.
'FlrsX Bevter;You won't txCubl W
RAIN STOPS .
THE 'LAST ONE
Diggers are Idle at Yallor
LIMA WINS ONE GAME
Halts the Aspiring Shoe
Wet Grounds nt Lancaster -Now
Munngcr Appointed for tlio LanUs
nnd Better Work Hoped for In tho
Future Two Games to bo Flny
cd Today t. --
' GAMXS TODAY.
(Morning and afternoon.)
Lancaster at Portsmouth.
Newark nt Marlon.
Chllllcothe at Lima.
Lima, 4; Portsmouth, 2 (called In
Wetgrounds at Lancaster nnd Chll
llcothe. Limn, 4; Portsmouth, 2
Portsmouth, July 3. Threo errors
wild pitch and baso on balls won
tho gnmo for Lima In tho first Inning.
Rnln put nn end to tho gamo In tho
last halt of tho sixth. Score:
Conwcll, 38 .
O'Day, cf . .
Scuddcr, lb .
Weinberg, a .
Chllds, 2b . .
Hornung, ss .
Ctillls, rf. . .
Ludwis. P -
AB II PO A IJ
18 0 15 8 3
Houtz, If .
Lloyd, rf .
N'lmm, ss .
Long, 3b .
AB II PO A 13
Totals 19 4 15 5 0
n 1 o
Portsmouth 0 2 0 0 02
Lima 4000 0 4
Three-base hit Houtz. Stcrlilco hit
McCllntock. Stolen, bases O'Day,
Weinberg', Callls. Flrts baso on balls
Ludglw, 1; Pennybakcr, 2. Hit by
pitcher Long. Struch out by Ludwig
l; by Pennybakcr, 1. Passed balls
AVelnberg. Wild pitches Ludwig.
Tlmo of gamo 1.10. Umplro Mason.
A New Manager for Lunks.
Lancaster, July 3. A new manager
has been secured for tho local base
ball club in Don Hamilton of Co
lumbus, who has been playing under
tho name of Hoffman and has been
playing great ball since Joining tho
team. Tho fans aro well pleased
with Owner Ruff's selection.
Gnulunt Hit Hard
'Chllllcothe, July 4 Saturday's gamo
was easy for tho Babes principally bo
cause Goulalt was hit hard all of tho
way through and Marlon erred with a
regularity that spelled defeat.
Potts, tho chubby right gardener of
the locals, set a record mark for long
distanco hitting when a lifted tho ball
ovor tho fence Eddlo Meehan got a
homer when his dive went under the
Chllllcothe got to Goulalt in tho se
cond Inning, making three runs and
mado It four by adding another In the
fourth. Marlon scored two In the
sixth and ono moro in the seventh and
Chllllcotho came back and Bet aside
all fears of a closing rally by putting
two across In tho eight.
Ayetto was taken r.'.ck In the fifth
Inning nnd had to rotlro.
Marlon AB II PO A B
Coll'n, rNss 3 0 3 10
Epler, It 3 0 2 0 0
Hummel, 2b 4 0 E 2 1
Rellly, o 4 15 4 1
Meehan, cf 3 10 10
Johnstone lb 4 0 7 0 0
Welier, 3b j. 4 2 13 1
Ayotte, 9. .,......,,. 0,0 1 1
Suppose YqU Drop
In Here Tomorrow
And let us fit you out so that you can "enjoy thei,4th"'with comfort--"Manhattan"
'tropical Summer Clothes are the thing for this hot weather
and can l3efhad,a pleaingly, moderate prices. , ' , ..,'.'-
. ' r "
Summer Suits $10 to ... M .- $20
Summer grousers $2 tov f . . , $6
Summer Shirts bOc to' $2.50
Summer Underwear '50c to' , , .$3.00
Summer Neckwear 25c and , . . ..,.., . . , . viip
Straw-Hats . . 50o to $5.00
Panamas , X ... ,. $4. to $7.50
mi i n a ' tit ,j t
itore OlpSM All Day July,4.
For Dress rarad
We March Along whether we think so or not before'
our fellowmen. Get one' of those becoming straws, to
Lop you off . - - -A new-necktie for a head
light; a swell pair of hose for a flag, and a new suit
to be in uniform. , '
And March Down With the procossion. i ; "
a... ., v ut of the High
Store closed all
Zmlch, rf. 3 1 0 0 Q
Goulalt, p..., 4-01 C 0
Total 33 524 174
Chllllcothe. AB II POA- E
Lohr, t 4 2 10 0
Purtcll, ss 4 112 1
Klblor, 3b 3 0 111
Irwin, ib 4 1 14 1 0
DoWItt, cf 3 2 0 0 0
Potts, rf 3 110 0
Whalen, 2b 3 0 0 5 1
Haley, c 2 2 0 10
COopcrr'r, p 2 1 0 '4 0
Total 28 10 27 14 3
Marlon .... 00000210 0 .1
Chllllcotho 03 0 1.0002 x-C
o : o
Homo Runs Meehan, Potts. Two
Uaso Hit Cooporrldcr. Sacrlfico Hits,
Dpler, Klblor, DoWItt, Coopcrrlddr.
Stolen Bases Kpler, Lohr. Left on
Bases Mrirlon 6; - Chllllcotho.G. First
Baso on errors Marlon 2; Chllllcothe,!.
Doublo Ploys Purtcll, Haley nnd
Irwin. Struck ' Out By G-oullat, 3;
by Cooperrldor, 6. Bases on "BnllB
Off CloulaU, 4; off Coiperrldcr, 2. Hit
by Pitcher By Qoulalt.l. Passed Ball,
Rellly, Haley, Time MD. Umplro
Portsmouth Wins Long Gamo .
Portsmouth, O., July 4 A pass nnd
Houltz's triple In the llrat gnvo Lima
Its only run. Portsmouth bunched
hits on Riley to tie tho score In tho
ninth and won out In tho flftccnh t
Hout2' got flvo of tho visitors' seven
hits. Scoro R.II.IS.
.... 000000001000 00 1-2 10 1
.... 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 2
Batteries Miller, Weinberg; Riley,
Lancaster Slugs Willi EITecl
Lancaster, O , July 4 Lancaster had
easy picking with Newark Saturday,
hitting R. Holllngsworth all over tho
lot. McOuIro pitched a one-hit game
up to tho ninth Innings. Score:
Newark 0 0 0 0 00000-0 2 3
Lancaster ......3 0 0 0 0 2 4 21113 2
.Batteries R. Holllngsworth und
Sample; McOuIro and Welsh.
' KEPT ON PRAYING. '
The Hatii Chaplain Responded to the
Journal Clerk's Appeal.
After a rather lengthy prayer by tho
chnplalu of tho house of representa
tives a veteran member Bald;
"Tho chaplain's prayer reminded mo
of tho most amusing incident I ever
Bnw during ray cutlro ecnlco in tho
houso of representatives. Xbo incident
occurred uiuny jenrs ago. so 1 bavo
forgotten the names of the nctors.
"Ono day the Journal clerk rushed
into the bouse while tho chaplain was
praying. Do looked through tho draw
ers of his desk In a hasty manner and
then hustled to the sldo of tho chap
lain. i '"Keep on praying,' ho nrged ear
nestly. We can't Und the Journal.'
"Mr. Chaplain was bo startled that ho
faltered In his prayer, but nfter n mo
ment ho seemed to grasp tho situation,
rio bowed his head still lower nnd
continued to pray, The, us,iuil tlmo
devoted to prayer in Uio house is nbout
n, minute. Members began to shift un
easily on their feet, to look nt their
watches, and. Instead of bowing their
beads In roverence. they looked nt tho
304 W. Center St. -
"day July' 4th.v "
speaker pleadingly. The speaker evi
dently hntl been informed or the diffi
culty, nnd. ii'iillzlng Hint the business!
of tho house could not proceed without
the Journnl, ho una willing the menv
born should get plenty of prayer. Aft
er ten minutes' solid praying tho
preacher showed signs of getting nerv
ous, rio" knew (ho members wero get
ting restive, nnd ho looked down to ono
of tho clerks.
" 'Don't stop,' pleaded tho clerk. 'We
haven't found It yet.' "
"Tho preacher did not atop until h
find been praying for fifteen minutes,
at tho end of which time the Journnl
clerk rushed Into the house bearing
the precious hook under his arm.
'"'Amen,' wild the chnplaln. with a
sigh of rolK'f. nnfl tho speaker prompt
ly ordered the clerk to rend the Jour
nal of tho preceding dny's business."
RAILROAD. TRACKS. '
If You Must Follow Them, Walk Out'
sldo, Not Between Trum.
Two men, one iouug nnd tho other
gilzzled with middle nge, were wnlk
Ing beside the railroad track In a 'Bos
ton suburb on their way to the nee rest
station. T4ic younger 8tppcd between
the rails. "Better walk hero," be ad
vised. "It's better walking." "K
"No," replied the older miln. "1 never
wulk on the riillrond truck.' "But
wo'ro facing the direction from whlcli
trains come," persisted the other. "It'n
safe." "My non." said tho middle,
aged mnn, "I was a railroad engineer
for moro thnn twenty years, and It I
learned ono thing from the poor chap
I've seen picked up It wns not to walk
on a railroad truck when tbcro Is &
possibility of walking anywhere elsel
If tho law stopped all trains running
on Sunday ami thin was Sunday ,1
wouldn't do It. It's tho fellow that's
suro he's taking all tho precautions!
that gets killed."
i Here was n man who know abdut
railroads from Intimate conectlon with
them. His advice was the ndvlce of a
mnn who knew. Rvory railroad man
of experience will Any tho snmo as ho.
In England the trucks arc prlvuto propt
crty. nnd -nobody Is ulkMvcd to walk
upon them, so accldontH nm rare. Here
r hardly a day puhsos thai wo do not
read of men killed while making- a
thoroughfare of the riillrond right of
way. And usually It Is noted that
they were on the "snfp" side of tho
track, became confused by the ap
proach of two trains nnrt stopped. In
front of one or the other.
Occasionally something Is to bo gain
ed In dlstunco liy inking to thc'rallt
road Intend nf the public highway
The mnn who reels that be must dd
this will bo wIko uIwii.vh to walk be
side the mirk ilnd never oh' It.'Mt
may not bo finite ax good walking, but
be Is nutMlkolT m milter regreti In a
hosplfnl. Button Trnvclpr.
A Henlthful Costume.
When the l-'rntvr highbinders laridcd
in North A merlon In 1757. It was pro
posed to chnnge the dress on nccount
of the cold winters and Hot summers.
Tho ofllcerH successfully opposed this
and were ultlnintoly- justified by, the
hlghlnnders being the healthiest -sol
dlors In tho army. In tho campaign In
Holland In 1701'some regltrients Idst da
mahy ns -flOO from disease, bnt th6
Black-Watch, which had 300 recruits
In its ranks, had only wentj-flvo ens
unities, including tho killed In battlo. "
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