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J& I If fyqU get poor quality in clothes. you have
only yourself to blame.
J2G.0O H.B. & M.Sults now. .
15 Suits " . ..
25o Undorwoar " ...
The tW'oT the H a r t S c h a i f n oV & 'M a r x Clothes
Portsmouth Goes Down Bo-
LUDWIG SETS A BUMPING
Chillicothe Makes- 13 Safe
Marlon uiiU Portsmouth aro Still
Tied for rirbt i'liu-o Willi Limn
But Three Gaines Behind BlggeiH
do to Iibnn Today Tor Iist Series.
y HOW THIVOLTJBS STAND.
1 Club Won. Lost Pet
Marlon er Id .(ill)
Portsmouth OR 40 .(519
Iilma'....4. C2 43" ,C90
Lancaster 41 GO .IOC
Newark ..i 39 Gil ,:isfi
Chllllcotho .17 Ut ,3UC
Marlon at Lima.
Clllllleotho at Lancaster.
Newark at Portsmouth.
Lancaster B; Murlon 2.
Chllllcotlia 7; Portsmouth 2.
Clllllleotho 7; Portsmouth !!.
i Portsmouth, Aug. 19 Clllllleotho
knocked Ludwlg out of tho box Ju
tlio third Inning and won the last
game of tho series In un easy gul
Portsmouth. A1J II PO A 13
Jones rf 3 1 0 0 0
Con'cll 3 1 0 2 2 0
Brccn 1C 4 0 3 0 0
O'Day cf i :t 3 o o
Woin'rg o .... 4 t II 1 0
Rock'er 2 I 1 3 1 1
Scud'cr 1 i 3 Oil 0 1
Horn'ng s 3 o 2 t 0
Ludwlg p ....( 1 1 0 3-0
Walla n .N 2 0 0 1 0
.Ifljitahi,,, ..,.,, ,,,.... 32 J 27 12 2
Cllllllcotlio. All II PO A E
Purtell hs ........... 1 0 0 0 0
Wolro 1-sil I 3 3 4 0
KIblcr 31 r. 2 3 I 0
Dowltt lb r. 2 11 0 1,
IMt rr . I 1 0 1 0
Whalon 2 ).... 4 2 2 3 1
Brown It I 2 1 0 0
Lake c 3 0 7 0 0
Ahcarn p 3 0 0 3 0
Gill cf 4 1 0 0 0
TOUils 37 13 27 K. 2
ChlUlcqtllo .. 0 0 C 0 0 01 1 07
Innings plldiod Ludwlg K. TTTta
o'ff Ludwlg 8; off Walls f. Two-b.iso
hits O'Day, Itockhelmer, Welnboig,
Whhldn, Brown, Wolfe. S-ierlflco hit
KIblcr. Stolon ' bases amies f'on
Weill, Klbler, Wlmlcn First buso on
balls off Ludwlg 1; off Ahrurn 1.
Struck ovit By Walls 2; by Alieiirn
,C. Double plays Wolfe, Wlialon to
Dowltt. PiiBscd ball Lake. Wild
plch Walls. Time 2:00. Umpire
naphunu Attendance 1000,
" WILL ATTEMPT
Long Overwater Flight on
August 30 From Clove
land to Cedar Point.
' By United roll WIro.
Clovolnnd Aug. 19 Under the a t
Bplocs or Tho Cleveland Press, Aviator
aioon H. Curtlss will attempt Aug.
30 tho longcat ovei -water Might ever
made. It will bo the most remaikublo
uoi lul exhibition over seen In Ohio or
U.o mlddlo west.
Tho rlp will bo from ,j;uc)ld Bench,
- How's This?
Wo offer Ono Hundred Doltarn Howard
for any case of Catarrh that caiinoi' lie
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cine.
. F. J. CHBNUY & CO., Toledo. O
We, tho unUorslBned, lmvo known K. J.
Cheney for tho last IB years, and bellove
lilm perfectly honorablo tn all business
transactlonii and financially olilo to carry
out any obligations made by his nrm.
Waldlng, Klnnan & Murvln.
u Wholcsalo, Druggists, Tolodo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo la titkon Intornal;
ly,( acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of iho system. Testl.
monlals sent froo. Price, 7Co por lottlo.
Bold by all Druggists. ,
Talco Hall's Family PIHn for constlpu
Best and Cheapest Here
Blank fcooks and vacation
Supplies are hero in all
Come in and look them
over' "before you start.
martTTA-Krvncr . DPflS
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$15.7f $1,60 Shirts now 08c
IMM 7rjo8hlrttlow lUo
.10 OPEN TONIGHT.
Cleveland, to Cedar Point and return
a total dlsttmco or 120 miles. If tbo
daring aviator In successful bo w 111
havo broken the world's records for
water flights. Ho now holds tho
record miult during July til Atlantic
City when ho flew fid miles In a elr
clo over tho Atlantic.
Curtis, by a lumarkiiblu flight fiotn
Albany to New York, Mity 29, captur
ed tho $10,000 prbo oITeicd for tho
Jtiit, and won tho record for long dis
tance fijtng on this continent. In bis
flight fioni Cleveland tho sanio bl
pb mj will bo used.
Curtis may ulso dinner tbo attitude
record for ovor-wntir flights. Mana
ger O. A. Bocckllng of tho Cedar
Point Resort Co , Wednesday an
nounced A special pi lo of $5,000 It
nu tliu ictiirn flight Curtis uttalns nn
uKltmlo of 3,000 feet In front' of the
Rrcnhcis hotel at Cedar Point.
Both -Undid Beach pink and Cedar
I'olnt offer exceptional Hying fa
cilities. Cut tla will elicit! about tbo paik
ut a heUlit of nbout 400 feet before
heading for Cedar Point, duo noith
west. Ho will fly within half u mllo
of the shoro and will bo In sight
of land during tbo until o tilp. Ho will
maneuver above Cedar Point before
nllgbtlng. The return trip will be be
Curtlss' biplane, driven by nn elght
cyllndcr 50-horsopovvcr eiiRlnc, Is ca
pable of making u mile u minute. It
Is estimated that the trip from
nuelld Beach to Cedar Point v. Ill be
made In about an hour and a half,
tbo pi evading winds being from that
direction. On tho leturn, with the
wind behind him, Curtis may make
tho GO miles In an hour
Two aeroplanes will bo shipped
one to Ditclld Beach unit one to Cedar
Point Both will bo on exhibition for
lour da8 bcfoie tho flight of Aug
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Mayor Dablman leads Gov. ghalleii
berger by nearly 2,000 for Democratic
nomination of Governor of Nebraska
but both claim It.
It Is not known whether Works,
Spnuldlng of Mesarue weie nominated
for U. S. senator bj tho Hejnibllcaus
Mllltla will remain liivColumbus uu
tl strike U settled.
Warrants uro out for llarrlnian,
Uwlng and Taylor, who aio wanted
for ear repair graft In the Illinois
Contra!. " ' "
Mrs. Vera PioBser-wiiH declared not
guilty toclay at Llbby, Montana, on
plea of self-protection.
Mnor Oaynor Is being boomed for
governor of Now York.
James A Patten pi edicts a general
shortago In tho wheat crop but no
Tim Bulck Motor eompanv will n
Htimu woik Monday hi 11 or the II
Surprises In Chinese.
"Fonie people," Piild nn American
consul to Chlnn, "He as long us
twenty yeais la Chlnn mid noxor lenrn
mora than a dozen Clilnobo etpres
hluus. Hut not so my little girl. She
used to meet mc each exoiihig with
Komo new Chinese expression which
she lind learned during tho dny. Now,
tho Chlneso language, like tho Jnpnn
est. Is full of honoiltlcs. andI fondly
Imagined ono ovenlng. when my llttlu
girl greeted mo with some cutholy
new expressions, that nho was sajlng
bonielhliiK like this: 'Hero comes tho
honorable personage, my father.'
"To verlfj my guess I asked u Uttlo
Chinese boy to translate. At first ho
was rather backward, but I urged hltn
until ho finally said-
"'Your oNcelloncy. jour daughter
Bays. "Hero comes tlint old wooden
headed bottle."' va, ihero nio sonio
surprises In Cbluesa"
William Xorhof, of tbo Nassau
Boat Club of New York, who recent
ly proved his worth no champion
oarsman by winning tho senior slnglo
sculls In tho raco of tbo NatlonnJ
Association of Amaur oarsmon which
closed rocontly nt Washington, Nor
iof sot a now mark for tho quaiter
mllo dnsh which had stood for year
Hid superiority wiia manifest from
Jl"9 iuotiioiit ho dipped hla oars.
LIKE THE OTHERS
"Visitors Win and Get
LOCAL TEAM IS CRIPPLED
Goulait at First and John
stone Behind Bat.
Itubo Itlco Humped Hard and GUcn
Poor SupK)rt ltcllly GUcn n Host
iiL TInio When Team Needs GiuneH
Most MniiRct' Baffles Icnl Snnt
I.Ike all of tho other teams appear
ing hero In tho present series tho
Lanka said farewell by beating tho
Dlggcis with nubo Itlco up, nud n
sadly weakened team In tho Hold al
though tho usual strength wns ut
bund to battle with tbo enemy.
Fans criticise Manager Lewis not a
Uttlo today for sending Hlcc to bat
tle with crippled forces. Uellly, who
has caught moat of tbo games this
season and In entitled to n rest, got
ono yesterday and It was as much Ills
absence as anything tliat brought
about a Digger defeat. Whllo overy
ono wishes to boo lttillly given tho
rest ho ncods all reallzo that when
Marlon Is battling for thrtt pennant It
is no tlmo to rest np players except
whero games havo been decided early
and tho result cannot bo nffected.
Goulait went to llrst and Johnstotio
behind tho bat. Goulait, ono of tbo
threo able pitchers on tbo staff, will
not havo his effectiveness Increased
any by playing tho lnllold. On llrst,
being unaccustomed to tbo position,
tho pitcher stood n chanco of getting
lnlnrpil. Johnstone, who lias been
lllaylng a great gamo at first this sea
son, n put behind tne bat. The old
top found his duty n, hard ono catch
ing a. wild young blood when ho hus
not boon behind tho plato for weeks.
Then to top It off tho Lanks put In
Poto Maugor, their most eftectlvo
sllngor. Diggers fielded poorly and
their hitting was mighty light. Tho
result would havo been different
though with tho regular crew In tho
Ttlce was wild. Ho llolded his po
sition In a very amatourlsh manner
and Lanks tupped him for eight boll
ringers. Tho Lanks grouped their at
tacks and scored In four Innings. Er
rors by AVeller, IIummeL-nnd Goulait
made posflblo tho scoring or two runs
Sharp defense, with tho regular line
up would lmvo cut off two more.
Peto Maugor, though backed by a
switched llno-up found It easy sill
ing, lie found Diggers willing to hit
nt an thing bo served and had thorn
leaching for tho bad ones. Maugor.
ut that, had much moro than on tho
llrst day of tho scries und getting past,
of course, bo looked much stronger.
Weller'H error on Huff's bunt In
tho llrst gavo that player a life, ltlobl
sairlllccd and Blake wns lilt In tho
wilst. Uiielo Holnlo Pelts placed ono
in right Held, Huff scoring whllo Bhiko
made third. Thomas and Callis wero
In the third with one down ltlehl
walked and when Hummel eried on
Blake's grounder, Weill went to sec
ond. AVeller bad Pelt, thrown out at
llrst but Goulait tried to take tliu
throw Willi one hand and It got uway,
ltlehl scoring from second. Thomas
and Callla wero again easy.
The foui th Inning nttaek on Hlcu
was a strenuous one. Cumins put a
shot in center and Manger sacrlllced
Chenev lifted to Woller and 1 1 lift
walked Singles by ltlehl and Blake
put two runners across ulthough Lohr
had he llolded fast might havo cut off
a runner at tho plato.
Thoro was ono gone In tho eighth
When Cumins singled and stolo sec
ond Manger raised to Median and
( honey doubled to loft center, put
ting Currant) over. Five runs wns
enough for tho Lanks to fee! mighty
reitalu of tho old gamo with Mauger
on tho llrlng line
Goulait who tripled with two down
In tho third, was tho first Digger to
got on. Ho rested thero whllo Rico
made a sorry attempt to touch tho
nil! nnii thon mrulo an attempt to
steal homo that might havo succeeded
had not Colllgan hit tho ball, it wont
on a lino to Thomas. Kpler got on
w itli ono down In tho fourth and was
donblod when ho tried to go to third
on Median's out, Cuiruns to Thomas.
Diggers fans had but ono chanca to
yell. That was In tho seventh. Ono
Digger bad bean put away In the sev
enth when Median got a lucky double
on a Texas leaguer In center. John
stone followed with a hit, pushing
Median to third and tho old top closed
up tho gap with a theft. Hunimcl's
out, Blako to Thomas, let Median
count nnd Johnstnno cuine In when
Callis dropped Wellor'a fly. AVbller
stole second hut Goulait fouled to
AB R H PO A
Colllgan, ta... ....a oooo
Lohr, rf 4 0 0 1 0
I3plor, If 4 0 1 2 0
Moehan, m I 1 1 1!
Johnstone, 0......4 1 1 C 0
Hummel, 2b 3 0 0 0 2
Wollor, 3b 3 0.0 1 1
Goulait, lb S 0 1 0 0
Rico, n 3 0 0 0 4
Totals ........ 31 2 4 27 7 f.
AB R It PO A
Huff, m 4
Hlchl, v ......... .1
Blako, 21) 4
Peitts, 3b 5
Thomas, 11) ...... G
Callis, If C
Currans, ss , 4
Mauger, p 3
Cheney, rf 4
Totals JI7 6 8 27 10 1
Marlon 00000021) o-j-2
Lancaster ... 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0--5
stblon bases WOller, Johnstone,
ltlehl, Blake, Currans.
Two-base hit Moohnn, Oionoy
Threo-baso hit -Goulait
the Marion ljAnJX mirror, Friday august, 19, loio,
Doublo play Curran3 to Thoman
Struck out by nice, C; by Maug
Sacrllk'o hits Blehl, Mauger.
Baso on balls off Bice, 2; oft
LarryU Idol of All the Fans In tho
T9KA X R'U j
HALF GAME NEARER GOAL
Pittsburg Pirates Dofeat Reds
Pittsburg, Aug. 1) Tho world's
champions got ono-half gamo cloaor
to tho Cubs by defeating the Iteds
In a hard-hitting game. Tho Reds'
tulrlcr was hit hard In the second
when two singles and two homo run;
drove him to tho clubhouse. Benton
wtis also hit hard. Catnnltz, besides
pltrhlng winning ball, mado two hits
and scored a pair of ruiiB.
n. H. E
nnUnnitl .... 0 0 1 0 0 0 ( 1 0 2 7 2
PltUbUrg .....24.101001 10 13 2
Ilntteil'S Unspur. Benton and Mc
Lean and Clark; Cumullz and Gibson.
CLrns w. l. p.c. ' clubs w.
wkm r: wsmsi
70 .30 1
(.3 . 132
N Y .
35 C60 Cln'll.. 52
13 .012 Urook.. 41
11 5SS. Bt.L .. 4?
C2 5(u' Boat... 40
cr.uns w i. pc clchh w.
Phlla .. 71 .14 GS5 Clove... 19
Post . d3 47 1.57S WilHli.. IS
Dd t , GJ IH r,i.t Chlea.. 44
N. A .. 1.0 19 .550 HI. L .. 31
AT BOSTON' It. II B.
Detroit 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 16 9 1
lloiton, . ... 00000010 01 5 2
Ilittirles H'lllttH and Stmuige and
Sclimtdt. Collins, t'iuotte nud CuirlRiin
AT riIII.Al)i:i I'HIA " It II B
ride g. . .ooiooonoo o i s o
PI 1 ail. Iphtu .000000001 12 8 3
U iitoiiort Whlti und Sullivan, CoonibH
end 1 Kingston
AT WASHINGTON' U II B
Clivilund . .00000000 11 t, 4
V lilil),tou .. 0 ii 1 0 I 0 0 1 '0 8 0
Haiti ilea lviilu rnnvvell nnd Dono-
hue. Wilket nnd Ii-cki-ndorf.
AT X1JW YORK -St. Louis-New York
game postponed, i Un
CLl'BS W L 1- Cl.tjriS V. T. VI'
Mlnnc SI 52 .n.7 Coltlin.. 57 1 l3
St P . 07 60 ?l. Milvv... 55 07 IM
'I'oli do (.0 5.! Ml Ind'lly 5J 70 l:i,
K C. 0 68 fit Louis. 15 70 til
Al COLfMHl'S i. Mllvvuukeo 1
AT LOl'IA'iLLi: 0, Mlnneipolls 10
Other panics postponed; rain
By United Pres Wire
Sarntopi, N. Y. Aug, 10 Tomor
row's Hopeful stakes, to bo run horo,
will bo ono of tho richest purses of
fered this year. Tho raco will bo
worth nearly ?:w,000 to tho winner.
Tho great Bashtl, Somprolus and
Round-tho-World, aro lnellglblo. The
probable starters will bo Novolty,
Iron Musk, Swcepaway, Lovo Not,
Nnushon, Textile, Trap Rock, Foot
print and Paton " .
If James R. Keeno wins this rich
evont, ho will bo close on Sam HIl-
droth'B rrus as largost winner on tho
turf thlB year. Not Including yester
day's rates, Hildroth has won $78,775
Kecne was second with $54,590. R. T.
Wilson, .1., $50,100. August Belmont
$39,150; It. r. Carman $37,440 and tho
Newcastle stable $33,951.
William Wnlm, ugod 48, was found
hatless, coatless, ponnlloss, shooles3
and Bockloss by tho police on Silver
stioot this afternoon and taken to the
AYalm went on an excursion from
his home In Sprlngtlold to Cedai
Paint. Ho imbibed too frooly of th
Juloo which Is squeezed out of Koliyei
island and 'got on tho wrong ttaln
He wac ojectod from the, train nt
Buoyrus und mado the trip to Murlon
over tho trolloy lino. Walm does not
know much about himself, whero ho
Is or whither ho is going.
Tho police communicated with th'
authorities In Springfield and a bod
will como to Marlon and tako tho
Notice, Ruber Icursloiiluts.
Curd tickets will bo exchanged for
Pennsylvania railroad tickets at
American and Wolls-Fnrgo cxpross of
fices this livening. aM at the depot
The Crush and Rush
Still continues at Marion's Leading Furniture House.
Join the mass of eager buyers and benefit by this great
slaughter in prices. We are rushed with orders but will give
yours immediate attention. Selection never so grand. Prices
ne-ver so reasonable.
The Hoover-Rowlands Co.
Makers of Happy Homes.
Your Credit is Good.
Marion Gets Cash and Ossie
OEAL IS SWUNG TODAY
Reilly Leaves Tomorrow
Osslo Slneck, ronnro Buttery Pnrtncr
or Rube Wnddcll nt Philadelphia
Comes to Marlon for Rest of
Seafcon Baxter Slay Also bo Sold.
Catcher nmmett Rcltly, of tho Dig
gers, regarded as tho cream of the
Ohio State In tho catching depart
ment, was today sold by Marlon to
thp Louisville club of tho American as
sociation and will catch his last game
for Marlon tomorrow. Tho purchase
price Is said to be $1,000 and Louis
ville, according to tbo agreement, will
furnish a catcher to talco Rcllly's
placo until tho end of the season.
President Grajson wired that he
would send Osslo Shrcck, former bat
tery partner of Itubo Waddell and
tho piemler one-mitt artist of them
Tho deal was put through at al
most the lust minute b Marlon and
at a time when It seemed that t
peerless Reilly must go for the paltr
$300 in tho drnft.
Reilly has been in practically even
gamo this Heason and has helped tho
club at tho top. Osslo Shrcck will dn
good work for Murlon nnd tho old
head will help keep tho Diggers In
tho race until tho olid Ho will ro
port at Lima tomorrow night and
catch his llrst game on Sunday. Reil
ly will Join Louisville Sunday. Ho Is
batting 31- at the close of this week.
It Is also expected that Baxter will
be sold b tonight but not for deliv
ery until the end of tho season
Shreck's full name is Shreckengost.
Hv t'nltod PrenB Wire,
Hoboken, X J , Aug 10 That tho
condition of Minor Gavnor is satis
factory to his surgeons was indicnted
uy tho carlv bulletin today which
I" C Thomson of Los Augoles,
tho winner of tho ehlot nthletlo honors
of tho yenr In this country, nnd whoso
it 'victories tccently at Chlcngo stamped
"Tho mayor Is doing nicely this
Dr Arlltz, attending physician on
Mayor Gavnor today denied emphati
cally tho current rumors regarding tho
BerlousncM) of his patient's condition.
Ho sold tho mayor would probably
bo allowed to sit up later In tho day.
An Ingenious Defense.
Nimble wits nnd n glib longue fre
quently save erring "coppers" on trial
before the deputy commissioner at
headquarters Some of the "defenses"
put up by offenders nre more Ingen-
i... .!.nn n... i... in v. i ..
loni tban convincing. .Not long ngo a..
giant putroltmin. nccued of being
nbout a quarter of n mile off bis beat.
evolved this excuse. "You pee It wns
41. .1.1. .... I. .... T ..... .....IIIh.
I liU- WI1-S IIUl I1UUI1I. 1 U-1 llurillliUK
mr nost when 1 thtiuuhr I heard a
man up the
street yelling "Klre!
Fire!' I ran In the direction of tho
Eound. nnd. would you believe mc. Mr.
Commissioner, there stood a fellow out
on the sldewnlk trying to wake up a
friend of Ills on thp second floor, and
be wns yelling with nil his might
Meyer! Meyer!'" "Well, that's a
brand now one." said the trlul commis
sioner, the suspicion of a smile cross
ing his fine. "Complnlnt dismissed."
Now Yoik Tribune.
To Speaker Cannon Being
Indulged by People Who
Find Time Hanging
Heavy on Their Hands.
By United Press Wire
Washington Aug. 19 Tho selection
of "Undo Joo' Cannon's successor
us spea'fer, If tho next houso should
bo Republican promises today to bo
ono of lUt hardest problems that has
confrontul a party In congress for
years. There is every prospect that
tho regulars will be In tho majority In
tho Republican caucus, whero the
new ca idldato for speaker w 111 bo
chosen, 1 ut they will bo unublu to
elect him without Insurgent votes
If Cnnncns successor should bo an
Insurgent, tho man most likely to bo
chosen wruld bo Representative Ll
mond Midison, of Kansas Madison
Is a thorough Insurgent, but has a
(Judicial tn nd. and It is thought would
hhn as tho phenomenal all-rouiu man
of tho docado. The picture allows
Thomson winning the 880 yard wnlk
nt Marshall Field, Chicago, by whlrh
ho added 792 points to his total.
Ill N. Maia Street
command moro support for tho speak
ership than some insurgents who
havo been moro prominent as lead
ers. Representative Walter T. Smith of
Iowa was most talked of as Cannon's
successor last winter when the un
seating of tho speaker waa In contem
plation and his name is prominent in
speculation now as the now presiding
olllcor. Smith was favored by the In
surgents ever other regulars, despto
tho fact that ho was a member of
tho old coinmitteo on rules.
John R. Mann of Illinois, probably
tho best Informed man as to ths
business of tbo house, will also havs
stronB support for tho speakership.
A boom Is being nursed In tho Inter
t of Ebnezers j. H1U or ConncU.
cut a reguIari nna a member who hu
tnken an active part In the houio la
'eight congresses. Charles N. Fowlsf
. f.H. ....... MH. nl.A AM. AM !,
"I CW utjuuy may uiov vul
list, but there is no Indication wax
ho could win.
Champ Clark of Missouri, according
to all present Indications, will hare
the right of way to the speaker's
rostrum If the house Is Democrat!.
True economy points
here for the things you
will need to wear to Oed
tir Point, Saturday.
LadlcN' $5 Suits nnd dresses 91 OS
Hoparnto Skirts . , 6Do
$2.00 and $1.S0 Waists BBo
Men'tf Suits $7.75 to $25.00
$1.50 ShlrtH Mo
50o Shirts 30O
U5c Wash Ticrt 2 for 950
15o Wash tics U for 25o
15c Collars 3 for 35o
50 klu i 35o
15c luilf lioso 3 for 20
50c shirts and drawers 8o
Store Open Tonight
and Cloak Co.
Tip Top Cantelopes
and a full line of Fruits and
. j.nr t
Flvat door oast of Court Iloute.