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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURJTAL TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE .18, 1907.
Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by Ofei-Wbrk. UnheaJth7.KIdiiejs.Mae. Impure Blood. it.. used to be. considered., that-only urinary and bladder troubles were to be iracea 10 me jtianeys, but now modern science proves . that nearly all diseases have their beginning in- the disorder of "these most important organs. The kidneys filter and purify the-blood . tliat js tneir worlc. Therefore, when your kidnevsare weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty. : If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as vour kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to .health. ;A trial will convince anyone. If you are-sick you can make no mis take" bv first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. 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Capitol Building and Loan Ass'n 834 KANSAS AVE. 1 SAFE ' CONVENIENT ECIOCAi I If yoar dealer don't handle it, write to M jV THE STANDARD Oil- COMPANYS XhaeaBifeqiijtm'wm.'Hwiw mini miin.'y LOSTTOTHE METS Topeka Drops Second Game of the - Series. - Poor Fielding Is Responsible for the Defeat. ' ARNOLD WORKS WELL Bat He Threw Away Ball in Mnth Inning. White Sox Outhit the Tisitors But That Is All. A short aerial Journey through the clouds by some of the members of the fielding department of the "White Sox handed yesterday's game to the Okla noma City Mets by a narrow margin of 4 to 3. Most of this occurred In the ninth Inning when Roy Arnold, the new addition to the pitching staff was getting away in great shape and had the visitors paying their respects to his delivery by rolling little easy ones to the lnflelders. But Captain Hurlburt contributed his part in the fifth. After the Journey wa completed Oklahoma City had annexed the necessary run to win the game without the faintest sign of a hit. When Pendry Stretched a Single Into u Home Run. The Mets were anxious to win yes terday's game. So ambitious were they in this regard that "Chappy Chawles" McParland, the pride of the Oklahoma City populace, assumed the task of working on the pitcher's mound. Mc Farland pitched a good game but Ar nold, although several years younger in service had him bested. McFarland uncorked some choice deceivers, how ever, and eight men walked right in and turned around and walked - right out again. - Arnold had the goods yesterday after noon and the opposing batters were fruit for him. His curves were break ing good and his control was much bet ter than on any previous appearance in Topeka. With the ninth inning eliml anted from the score card he would have won a great game. Sir. Wisser's Famous Squeeze Play In terrupted by Catcher Irwin. The locals were the first to score. Lawler walked and stole second. Hurl burt attempted a sacrifice but it didn't work. Abbott saved the day for the time being with a clean single- to right. Abbott stole second and third in suc cession but was unable to score, as Davis fanned and Ragan skied out to Scoggins. In the third inning after Charles Mc Farland had fouled out to Abbott, Pendry reached first on a hard one hit right in the direction or Arnold. Bcog gins got his first hit of the series which was a three bagger to right field and Pendry ambulated across the rubber. In the fifth inning the visitors ap parently cinched the game. Snooks walked to first and with one down Pendry hit a single to center field. Hurlburt ran In on it attempting to scoop it in but the ball drifted through his shins and Pendry cleared the cir cuit. Ragan Grabs Everything In Sight. The locals at this time, however, were equal to the occasion. Olson was the first man to bat and singled to left. McFarland threw the ball to catch him napping and the ball went up the hill in the southeast corner of the lot, Olson going to third. The next two men were eaf.y outs and it looked as though an other horse collar would have to appear on the score board. Lawler, who was thought to be on the verge of hitting Walked. Hurlburt got a scratch single half way between pitcher's box and third base and Olson scored. Abbott plunked out another single and Lawler crossed the rubber. Hurlburt was on third when Abbott started to steal. Snooks then worked the old time play of throw to second and right back With the ball. Hurlburt tried to beat the game but was caught. The rest of the scoring was pulled off in the last inning.- White was the first to face Arnold but a little grounder to the pitcher was his limit. Wlsser popped one out to Lawler and the catch looked o easy that Lawler dropped it, allowing the lad to go to second. Then Snooks hit one to Arnold, who in field ing to catch Wisser at the third station overthrew Runkel and Wisser scored the winning run. The inning was clos ed with a play one sees but once in a thousand games. McFarland flew out to Hurlburt with- Snooks on third. Spec's arm is still in bad shape and he could not have thrown the ball over 20 feet. Ragan darted back to center and relayed the ball to Erwin who caught Snooks at the plate. - In the ninth Runkel and Olson sin gled . in succession with one down but Erwin, the new catcher flew out to McFarland in right field and Halla batting for Arnold popped up to Wisser.- . The .details of the ascension of the mmm " 1 m?rr- I -JESSf Jr. locals: topeka; Player- AB. R. H. O. A. E Lawler, K. 2 Hurlburt. cf. ......... 4 Abbott, lb. ...-,., 4 2 0 0 o . 0 1- 0 . . 0 1 1 . 1 0 0 e 4 5 2 4 0 18 2 1 0 0 . 4 0 0 uavis. ri ..,..4 Raxan. ss. 4 Runkel, 3b. Olson, 2b. . Erwin, c. Arnold, p. Hall .. 4 4 .. 4 .. 3 .. 1 - ' ' 34 3 8 27 21 ' "Halla batted for. Arnold, in the ninth Inning. -..- OKLAHOMA CITY. Plaver AB., R. H. O. A. 0 0 0 0 ' 0 4 1 1 s 11 Pendry, 3b. ....... Scoggins, If Gill, lb Rapps. cf. ........ M. McFarland, rf. White, ss. Wisser, 2b. Snooks, c. C. McFarland, p.. 3 3 3 1 0 . o o 1 .0 1 1 3 .. 4 33 4- . 6 27 SCORE BY INNINGS. Topeka ,'. 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 03 Oklahoma City 0 0102000 14 " Summary: Three base tilt Scoggins, Sacrifice hit Scoggins. Stolen bases Lawler 2. Abbott 2. Davis. Erwin. White, Bases on balls Off Arnold 1, off Mc Farland 2. Struck out By Arnold A by McFarland 8, Left on bases Topeka 6. Oklahoma City 5. Double play huh burt to Bagan to Erwin. Wild pitch Arnold. Passed ball Erwin. Hit by pitched ball Pendry. Time- of gam 1:35. Attendance 600. Umpire Gpth ris. Hutchinson 7, Springfield 8. "Springfield, Mo., June 18. Spring field and Hutchinson played on the home diamond, the visitors winning easily by a score of 7 to 3. Prnrp bv Innlnn: R.H.E. Springfield .... i..2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 2 Hutchinson 0 0 0 0 0 14 1 17 9 6 Batteries Gregory and Olmstead and Partridge; Fleharty and Lewis, Webb City S, Leavenworth 2. Webb City. Mo.,- June 18. Leaven worth tied the score in the ninth on three successive errors of the locals and lost in the eleventh. 3 to 2. Quia ser was hurt and forced to retire; Score by innings: R.H.E. wi!hh r-itv oiooiooooo lS 10 Leavenworth 1000000010 02 5 3 Batteries Burns and Cheek; Ash ley and Qulsser and Fisher. , Wichita 4, Joplin 3. - .Wichita. Kani, June 18. Westcott's wild throw in the tenth inning gave the game to Wichita by a score of 4 to 3. Score by innings: R-H.E Joplin 0 00020 0 00 13 7 I Wichita ..' 0. 0 10 0 10 0 0 24 7 : Batteries Westcott and Vanderhill; Speer and Weaver. . Western Association Standing. Clubs Won. Lost. Pet. Wichita Oklahoma City .32 .26 9 18 18 18 .780 .ei9 .6S1 Topeka . r 2 Joplin 24 .571 Hutchinson a Webb City -..17 Sorinefield 13 .4S8 , .405 .333 26 33 Leavenworth 9 ' .214 NATION AL LEAGUE. Chicago 2, Boston 1. Chicago, June 18. Chicago defeat ed Boston in a lively hitting game, The locals earned one run on three sineles and a sacrifice. Young forcing in the other on apass witn tne Dases full. A sun hit that Schreokard. drop ped and Bridewell's single gave the visitors their one. Score by limHiga: r(!t-- .'-SfRiH.E Chicago ,iO.to-.0.M - Boston 0 0 0 0 i 0-0 0 0-1 B 1 Batteries Brown and Kling; Young and Needham. New York 9, Cincinnati 1. - Cincinnati, June 18. After the New Yorks had made 3 runs in the sixth inning without a hit, swelling their total to 6, the locals gave up and finished without spirit. - Captain Gan zel was benched for disputing a de cision. ' Score bv Innings: R.H.J3. Cincinnati ..0000100001 6 4 New York 0 0003301 29 13 1 Batteries Mason and McLean; Ames and Bresnahan. Brooklyn -2, St. Louis 0. ' St. Louis, June 18. St. Louis was shut out in the first game played here by Brooklyn, the score being 2 to O. Pastorlus and Lush pitched good ball, but Lush weakened in the fourth in ning and Brooklyn tallied. Score by Innings: R.H.E'. St. Louis 0 0000000 06 1 Brooklyn 0 0020000 02 3 Batteries Lush and Marshall; Pas torlus and Ritter. Philadelphia 7, Pittsburg 3. ." Pittsburg, June 18. Pitcher Moren for seven innings held Pittsburg to no hit. In the eighth inning he was hit five times in succession, netting three runs. The Phlladelphians were fast on th hases. hit the ball when needed. and won easily. Lynch, Camnitz and Wolters pitched for Pittsburg. Bcore by Innings: ' R.H.E. Pittsburg 0 0000003 03 6 3 Philadelphia 2 1100100 27 8 0 Batteries Lynch. Camnitz, Wolters and Gib3on; Moren and Dpoin.' . Clubs . , Won. Chicago .: 39 New York 32 Philadelphia ..' ...SO Pittsburg 26 Boston 21 Cincinnati 20 Brooklyn 17 . St. Louis 14 A5IERICAN LEAGUE. Xew York 4. Chicago S. New York, June 18. The locals won another game form Chicago in a hard eleven inning battle. Each side changed pitchers in the eighth inning. Seor-i by inntng:' R.H E Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 210 0 03 11 1 New York 00 1 1000 100 1 4 13 3 Batteries -Smith. White and Sulli van; Chesbro, Doyle and Klelnow. St. Lonis 11-1, Boston 4-3. Boston. June ' 18. In the first of the holiday games Boston held the lead over St. Louis until the fifth in ning when the visitors found Tanne hill and scored six runs following with five more in the next two innings. Boston won the afternoon game by bunching hits in the seventh inning. Young pitched a strong game and but White Sos vs. Oklahoma City Sunlay, Hoalay, Tao3lay, WeCU, tfun. 18, 17, 18, 18. Weak Day Gaines 4 b. in. Sunday 3 p. m. Ladies Free Day, Tuesdays and Fridays. General Admission,- 25c. Grand Stand, 1 5c . Grand Stand Sunday, 25c 3S33sfs5si5 BASE BULL DENIES IT. Bella Is forty, 'bat yon wouldn't believe It. No, and she doesn't believe it. either. It's Worth la esse a ' rcai ambitious hoy employed in a store at three dollars per throws a pall of water orer the flagstones on a bright winter's .morning the first pedes trlan to come aleog ond find the place will be a fleshy.- good-natured man. He won't lose any time going down, and when be strikes' tie will realise that be baa hit something All he will say. how ever, as be slips and slides aroand and reaches bis feet Is: "Is It possible!" As be moves off he. will look orer hia shoul der and ' wonder If he left a bole , hig enough for the careless pnbiic to. fall Into. .'!-...- - ,, -.- - The second man, will be a bank, clerk with a pencil oven his ear.; anrt a preoc cupied mind. He'll be swinging his right arm and rushing- ahead when he'll aud- 'denly behold mlllfooS of stars shining In tbe morning sky.- 'His first thought will he that he ba run Into t. somebody 'a Fourth of Jdly -celebration, and the next will be for bla , bat hai -boated auspenders -Mut hl mlaslnirr.eoUar! buttons He won't. say -! -word Wtif aet- goo a .blacky a ad: than .'he'll gently isur: ? r.T !-' At B per ceBtrlt.Jrlll jeomer-to S8M.17." '"The third mas' will be- a strapping big fellow with. anr olstr tin and a red silk handkerchief j banging out of 'one of tbe for an error In ihi first inning would have shut St. louis out. - St. Louis 00 0 08 3 2 0 011 16 2 JUUI11IUK HaillC' - - . XV. l-l. iLd. Boston 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 8 1 Batteries Morgan, Powell and Bue- low; Tannehill, r Oberlin, Harris ;and Armbruster. ... -;. Afternoon name; R.H.E. Boston ....0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 .8 2 St. Louis ......... 1 00000 0001 5 1 Batteries Young and Criger ; How ell and Buelow. , - Detroit 5, Washington .4. . Washington, June 18. Detroit de feated Washington yesterday in an ex citing ten inning game, 5 to . 4. Gra ham and Sievers lasted an inning and Patten and Klllian finished the strug gle. . ! - '(. ;, .,- ' Score by Innings: - - 1 -. - R.H.E. Washington 2O0OO00O2 04 10 6 Detroit -tr-0,3 0 00 0 0 0 1 1-6-; Batteries- Graham, Hughes, Patten and Warner;-iSiever. lUllian and Schmidt. Philadelphia 4, Cleveland 1. ,;" '"' Philadelphia,- June '18. Philadel phia defeated . Clejelpd by scoring three runs in the first inning on two hits and two errors.; The home team batted -opportunely,; Score hy Innings: ' . . "R.H.E. Cleveland . .0 00 10000 0-1 8 2 Philadelphia - ........,3ft0 1 000 0 4 10. 1 Batteries Joss . . and f. Wakefield; Coombs and Powers.' '. '" American League Standing. Lost. Prt -Clubs , Win, 11 .780 Chicago .32 17 .63 16 .667 Cleveland ......... 32 19 ."-.627 19 .612 Detroit 27 18 .600 19 .678 Philadelphia '. ..27 22 .551 29 .420 I New York , .,...,.. ....-22 24 .478 31 .392 St. Louis 21 31 .404 34 .333 Washington ..j. 15 29- . .341 40 " .259 Boston 17 33 .340 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Toledo First game: Toledo, 6; Itansas'.Clty, -4. Second game: To ledo, 11; JCansas City, 4. At Louisville Louisville, 1; Minne apolis, 6. At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 8; St. Paul,, 4. . . At Columbus ?61umbus, 2; Mil waukee, '1. ':' ." WESTERN LEAGUE. Lincoln 8. Denver 5. - Denver, June,.. 18. Lincoln defeated Denver, 8 to 5. . in . a. poprly played game. Score by Innings: " " ' " R.H. E. Denver 0 0 1 0 0 0 J 1 16 8 6 Lincoln .1 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 0-S 14 Batteries Bohannon, ' Leroy and McDonald; Stimmel -and Sullivan. WESTERN ASSOCIATION GOSSIP. WHERE THEY PLAY TOMORROW. Oklahoma City at Topeka. Leavenworth at Webb City.' Joplin at Wichita. ,-.. Hutchinson at Springfield. . Yesterday was the thirty-fourth consecutive game in which Emory Ol son has played without making ani er ror. Altogether this season Olson has aceepted 295 chances out of a total of 297, which gives; -hi-ea' an average - of -93. .. . '. . .. ... , Erwin, the new- catcher, made a favorable impression on the fans- yes terday. He handles himself, well In Lthe cage and pegs well around the Trying'. "mm Be. won't lose any time arolns down. pockets. When he geta np bis ulster will be ripped up rthe-back, bis handkerchief fluttering "down tbe street and bta Vyea full of wonder that-a sidewalk' cxnrtd -fly 0"p''ab.?rMe'ir lost alf arooud, select oiiie"' victim, and walking np and siring him a punch In the Jaw will exclaim:. "I told you I'd band you out one notn day, aud there tt lal" I, JOE KEUU ... bases. He seems to have a faculty Of hitting the ball square on the nose and looks like a good hitter. He had one passed ball yesterday. The addition of Henry to the Okla homa City team will help that team materially in- their chances to win the pennant. Henry is about the best catcher there is in the league and the fans in Topeka hate to see him leave. Oklahoma City has about the big gest squad of men which has been seen in Topeka this season. There are now four catchers and six pitchers. The Ditchers are McFarland, Bandy, Gib son, Bemis,, Buchanan and Page. The catchers are Pelky, Snooks, Jeffries and Henry. ' Eddie Goes, who was hurt t few. days ago and then hurt again since,, is not with the. team at the present itme. Lattimore . the southpaw of the Webb City team, of last season, pitched a great game against the Kansas City team for-- Toledo Sunday. Lattimore was one of-the few finished twirlers of the association last year, but was not given half a chance to work-in the box. The defeat which the Oklahoma City team gave Wichita last Saturday was the first one the Rabbits have received on t.':?- home grounds this season. ' Charles McFarland of the Oklahoma City, team isleadlng the team in bat ting. His percentage at-the' present time is .519, Gill comes second with a percentage -of .303 while Pendry is third with a percentage of .294. S. C. Garrard, an old soldier who works in the pension office was the victim of Captain Hurlburt. He with others in the west bleachers was hav ing fun with Hurlburt after he had al lowed Pendry's hit to be stitched into a home run. The belligerent captain promptly got" a cup of water and soused Garrard. Captain Hurlburt should realize by his experience that with the added years of service which are now bang-. Ing over him, that he -is not ..fast enough to run in and scoop up flies like Murray and some of the younger fielders of the game- do.- This occur rence has happened-twice within three days and yesterday he . allowed . two runs to come in which probably would never have crossed the plate. Ragan made a- beautiful, one handed stop of a drive from Charley McFar land's bat yesterday but was -unable to recover in time to make a good throw to first. ' While' the games between Topeka and Wichita are in progress at Wichita the Novelty theater will be .the. ren dezvous of the fans. By the aid of a Western union wire direct from the grounds at Wichita - to the Novelty theater every play will be reproduced almost immediately .as soon as it hap pens. The theater will be well ven tilated so that the heat will not be noticeable.' Red Davis is playing great ball now. He is making great --catches in right field all the -time and fa hitting the ball with regularity. - He is one of the most valuable players on the team, and if all the outfielders played the same kind of ball that Davis and Lawler do, we would have one of the best outfields lnthe league. : few No More Lotteries in the Cigar Business What is your cigar expenditure in a year? Taking" chances one at a time dis turbs your comfort and enjoyment more than it seems to disturb your income or confidence ; but after a year of it youVe paid a very fat tax to a very flourishing lottery and drawn a long list of blanks. It's all unnecessary We designed the Triangle A merit mark to be a sign to yow a sign thaj; you could not only recognize but pro nounce and ask for. It enables you to make your selec tions from cigars that you know are the best your money can buy. The New CREMO is one of the most convincing examples of the improved quality produced through our new processes of refining tobacco. Every box is extra-wrapped in glass ine paper to make sure the cigars reach you fresh, clean and in the condition. AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY, Mfr. TRAINS A DAY TO Everybody Reads HIS Mr. E. Z. Mark I've Just been Temple In my lodge." Mrs.. Mark What will you have to Mr. E. Z. Mark Guard the outside . - TJncle Who- la . that man yon said Niece It'a Mr. Mllllona.: Uncle Indeed! I didn't kno he Mece Well, hia fxlio4 aay Uwt h.e best smoking A Leave Returning Lt. Kans City 8:06 A. M. 9:56 A. M. 11:0J A. M. 11:20 A. M. 6:10 P. M. 10:00 P. M. 10:18 I". M. 10:80 P. M. Topeka 4:30 A. 4:&l A. 6:60 A. 8:00 A, 2:80 P. 8:28 P. 7:26 P. 7:68 P. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. DOUBLE TRUCK-NO S 0PJ-FAST TIME. Ticket Office First and Kansas Ave., end - 831 North Kansas Ave. the State Journal DUTIES. elected "Grand Worsblpal Master of tbe dot door. yon were a-olo to marry to reform him had any bad hablta. - ' li bccomlna; auite tniaertr. .. KANSASCin