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ER TAKE
ANU 61E ONE
AT HELENA
MIBUOULA WREAKS EVEN IN SUN. ei
DAY DOUBLE-HEADER AT
CAPITAL CITY. k
BRYAN ETN BY BUSH
Brainerd Boy Lets Senators Down
With Three Hits in First Encoun.
ter, Shutting Them Out-Southpaw .
Enz Shows Blankenship Something. Ii
d
UNION ASSOCIATION RESULTS
AT HELENA-
FPirst game: Helena O0 Missoula 6.
Second game: Helena, 7; Mis
soula, 3. i
AT GREAT FALLS-
First game: Great Falls, 0; Salt
Lake, 7.
Second game: Great Palls, 2; Salt
Lake, 5.
AT BUTTE
First game: Butte, i; Ogden, 6.
Second game: Butte, 3; Ogden, 4.
Standing of the Clubs.
Club-- Won lnsat Pcl.
MISSOULA ..........84 1 .694
Salt Lnke .34 15 .1694 1
G(reat Falls . ...2 19 .5 .51;
letna .. ..19 tt .380
Butte .... . . 19 34 .351
Ogdea ..... . 15 :: .300 1
Though v'we couldn't make It double, c
It really wasn't tI,l, 14
I'or Bush, uar fBralnerd Reainty, 11
Struck ioati that Brya at . la d.
--ilylaldeltr Illymni. t
Helena, ,illne 16.-The Senallitors and
Highlanders ,broke r even in today's
doutrble-h.luder alnd also In the, series,
which closed today. Bushl1, who, ptchtd
the first game for the vsltorsw, \\as a
puzzle t th locals, while BIrya;n wins
not In fOrml. In the setleOll gatmel
Blankenshllp used all but one of his
twirlers. Enz, his new snuthluw,
showed well IIn the last lllting. Two'
tlnSsstlsted dlouble phys wer.l the ,tea
tures of thle s(ec'4n(4 giOle. '1'rh4 tur'.st;
First gualt'-
Missoula.
Player-- All. . II PI. A. E.
Warren, rf . 1 2 0 U
Perrine, 2b ....4 1 I 2 4 0
Bassey, If ... . 5 1 0 I I
Oroet, s ............. 4 1 1 t 3 11
Cur.nlll n, b ....... 4 0 1 t I I U
Tobln, of ......... 5 1 1 I i I
Chllangnottl, 3b .4 0 1 I +
Rouberts, c ... .. 3 1 1 Illa 31
" Bush. ,..........I 0 2 1 0 t
Totals .....38 6 12 27 11 2
Helena.
Player-- All. R. II. P(). A. 1.:
Mlengt, lb . 4 t0 U I 1
Qulgley, 2h . 3 0 4 . 1]
Killilay, oTf . .. ... 2 . , t 0
&adofsky, as .4 0 I u 2 I
Lussl, lb .. .... 4 0 u 1 :1 0
Sullivan. rf ..2 0 0 2 0 0
ThomIpsonlI, If.. 2 , 1 U 0 0
Baki er, ....... 3 0 4 2
Blryiu, p .. 3 u 0 t1 3 1
Totals ...........29 0 3 27 12 5
Scrore Lby inlning:<--
M ssoula ............ 1 1 1 o 0
lhele'nta .. .... 000 ( U0 0 4
'hlulllaryv: 3tol' lIts, N riTren,
]a44se4 , (huiileý., Killily .t.ll rie,'
hits Perrillt, t'arnwaI). t,1,lll( Ily
- ' ul, . I ti 1 hatted ii, l II, .,
(lriet, I'arni.t Clit nll. , It l.-h.
J'hre-lhus. hilts To'Ibi, Id ris.
•oitbl. tilahys -M'Itigs a 1,,>i I4,
311 'ag, s; I',rl ine tl i . tl l.i.s.i.se
on Ih. ll 4 )I fit4ush, :; 1 I;r , I
ktruIk ,itt---By lhush, 4.y ,II, 2.
VMild atl-h- -tryatl. TLn 1, lir ;. ram
,ih , , dr try. -
Missoula.
4'.(4 4r - Ali. H. II I. A i h
.1\ trl i, rI I i ( 1 | i
l'erein,, 2a 4 . 2 I I
Jlaul-,.y, 1f . ..... U 1
Ori±,t, cs .. . 4 1 2 I 1 I
(u'ta ,,in , 1b ..... 4 1 2 14 0 1
Tohla, lf " .. I 4 1 ( 40
(hlathgliol, ,b , 0 1 3 7 44
Roberta, c ....4 0 4 : 2 i
Jto.+ I f t1 rr.4411i p I 44 0 ( 0 4
tulck, p . , 0 0 , 4 ;:
i'niz, , ...4 . It I4 44 44 0
Tot14 ...:3 : 13 :1 11; 2
* Hayttd f,,r Wan Ipll, in s |hlh
Helena.
Player- All. It. 'll. 4)o. A. +.
M oengos, ..... 2 2 1 3 2 0
Qtulgley, i... 4 1 : 3
Klllilay, tf . . 4 I 4 0 1
Iadofuky, as . 3 1 it :1 . )
Lusael, lb ..... ....... I
Stullvan, rf .... . I I 2 44 o4
Thompsoo:, If .3 . I 3 1 0 i
BAker, .. ... 2 41 t l 0
Byrd, p ... ... 4 o ) o l 0
Tolgls ... .... 3 8 7 8 17 11 2
Boorp by InnIngs
MieUoUn) ................0 1 2 0 0 0 0 o 0--3
Helena .................0 3 0 3 0 1 0 0 x-7
ummst to Perrlne toe Iarmp arman
( urrestted). il.t-Ot RP e 'O F))
r4UWll. s tn one m f. til0k,
,i#RSa aD *$Inotily Q
i! 1-8 tnnlngs; off lIne, I In one In
ning. lBaes on balls-Off Rosebur.
rough, 1; oft Quick, 2; off Woetfflr,
2; off Byrd, 8. IStructk out--8y
Roseburrough, 1; by Woeffler, S; b'
Byrd. Time, 1: 'l. Umpire--'rary.
Menges by Woeffler; Carman by
Byrd. Teme, 1:6 t, tmpire--Frary.
AS IT LOOKS
Ralt Lake arrives tonight on North
ern Pacifei train No. G.
Well, we'll take this series, hut we'll
know we've been in a battle.
The first hard luck of the season,
l1anketlship's getting his thumb
knocked out.
Three henst bhets for the week: Mifs
stouln over SNlt Iltlkte; Helena over
Bulltte; c;r'nit l'tills over (Ogden.
A lot of the bnaseIal; nng, including
Jiml Mtc';ir,. Thigh Camplbe)l, Jim
l"rolnlmn inld C?. 1)oIglts Blllakenship,
is going fishing up the tBlackfoot to
day.
We iall esptciall attention to the
heroic vetrs'e in whlich outr Irlumph over
our Ionth.ome contempilorlary is cele
brated tilts morning. That I poem is
the hlIt thling in the ballad line,
Mlissoutlhi tnd Sallt tlake play at Mis
situle tills wor'k; l,'elelta goes to lButte;
)lgdtln mixtes it witll the Millionaires at
(trent FValls.
"'thr fart that Salt l.nke's double win
yesterlday fietn thle NHtltil an the lligh
hlnders for thei first phite lends nhddld
Interest to the cllnting series. If we
It.n' 'I'tunsda(Iy we are headed for the
first tinte lIhis season.
1lin ltliirtm , hblg-lo.'uetie smtt, Ils in
o.tr midstt. "le's looking mt ,r local
ttl hnt, with eslpechtl referein'tc t Zam
loh. Lst ryerl Mrcittre wasn with
ct'eveianri: this season he's gllulnlhoeing
for the Detroit Tigers. li, was here
last season and is well rllmlmbered.
Ilelena fans prerented the High
landers with a blnek cat Illt night,
after the double-lteade'r. The eat was
c(rted and put on the team, but the
locals turned Talhitha loose, consider
ing her-or him, mlanyhe-n- Jinx Incar
ttlfte. The c('at w\as wont to Ihang around
the hotel where the, teamn stopped and
tangle with Elmer.
SPORTS OF THE WEEK
Monday.
Opening of the International Horse
show at ()lyrnpa, London,
TennisiI tiolrnaltfi'lnt for the chanm
piinslhijp of the t'arolinus opens at
44reenrille, S. V.
T'"nniDi tolurnament fotr the c'hnti
ptionship iof Arkansas opens,, at Little
Rock.
TenllniR tltournalment for the challm
ilonship of Virginia opeIns at Norfolk.
.Jim Stetwar't vs. Toni Kennedy, 10
rolnds, at New York city.
WIIII,' Pi'tzgtrald vs. "Kid"'' Henry, 10
rounds, at Albany, N. Y.
Jinimmy 1utffry vs. "Khi" Kansas, 10
rniirls,. at Buffal, N. Y.
Tuesday.
)Opel'lnig of Ct, itr Valhey circuit
trotting imeeoting fit Marion, Iowa.
Johnny Kilhane vs. Johnny Dundee,
10 roundsl at New York city.
Wednesday.
Ano\DII ntermnlwIItt of We'teri Ad
v-rtising tifftrsi:' laiftt i, n olrluift IAl
(ipnintg of u'frtn Itt-it circtuit trot
ting 1n ,-tiil; at ,lundDreau, S. I1.
Luti h r" M% 'l'airtlly vs. 'I'llt I loga n, ti
rouitfiif, iat I'thlit ,lt phip.lll
Jacrk II f ri k \ s. 4'happlli 11 DlDr r
'30 rif- itDs, it ,iD irfz. M 'exico.
':a WVfiitrs v's i:ddie Johnsltion, 1.
riotutis, it Aliano ia, Colo,
Thursday.
Pl''i ntllilallry t v il'ls in theII' larvard
Yale l,iit rifIaw- r(1i New Illl'llilld, Conln.
taip sh . 11oli tour.t ti ft'I llt at p1irinig
fiehl, Ill.
)lliilllng f .ll" : n11 0t1 | 114 h11 81h li\ if
It l," 'lo i K - wl ll 4 'i i' intalli, 41ii,
1,11ifn (ff -1114 n 1 Vft t1t iii ng tt 11ti ' ,
10 roiIuntit s, iat ('thlm1imitllft , (Ilii,.
Friday.
Anniitii 1 YVtli-iI,frvaird 'tir itiy I atl
i 'Inlt i f i r t.t Itiliita n llgini lls il III'
Niti fi'lr ltihn
N'1i'i r t inkti g If I l i filal itl x N .
liVb IDonlsol V" 1larry Idrewer, a
rmuDIis, il Il. I. Lo in, 1M1 .
Saturday.
I htiurna in u'p ns il 'itifburgh.
I'1i1(r 1', 1inli.'iin ;iliat iil %r xiililng
tour(-ll , ll ll ai l l ii nil "I' , NI .M l(' .
AMERICAN ASS'N.
Standing of the Clubs.
rlulb \Vn Itbu t 'rt. ,
(,l , E,11 42 21 .1';7
!t. 'Itul S . ... . t 1 .4I 1
l oul uvlll ..... ::) 8 .345i
At I .IuluiiuH Kianas Clty-Column
At hInd ilnopoll;lin -TlaInapol, 1-2;
St. Paul, 0-4. (First ailllt 10 illlninges.)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Standing of the Clubs,
Club .. Win Iet pl
New Y rk .......... .. 37 10 .787
Plttsburgh ........... ..7 20 ,574
Clncinnat ................29 22 .988
hicago .................. ......2 6 21 .553
Philadelphia .................'20 4 .455
t, oul ..........................2 3 31 .416
S 'ooklyn ..........................16 80 ,.14 .,
ston .......... ..... ...........
IMPLOYES OF LOCAL JOURNALS
RATTLE ON BASEBALL DIA.
MON,D TO 'FINISH.
OPISItll YERY TAME
In Opening Inning the Enemy Looks
Dangerous, " but "Best Morning
Paper in Missoula" Has the Game
In a Sack After That.
Yesterday nfterntton l naseblnll teams
from The Missoulhtn nold the Mentliel
met in mortal colhmbat at Highlander
ilark. This lpaper won the game hands
down, the score at the end of the Mara.
thitn belng id to 8 in favor of the best
morning paper in Misnnoull. In only
one inning were the evening paper's
representlatives l:dange'rtlous. 'his was
in the first inning, when a cotmblna.
(ion ,of hits and errors resullted in five
scores for the vulgar otpposition. After
this, hiowever, then result of the ganmel
was nllever in lIt. Three uorev ttal
lies resultted ihring the re. aining
eight inningsie, Ibut lrown's whildnesse
andl a hlrrllhly w:Mull infield allowed
TheIi' lissinlIIicl tem;tt to nie'k the liavi
land soiiim Ii tthus. The fe.tiitre of lthe
conteste \aix itrmwn's wlldness iandil the
fnIt that S1n tt .'Ct frenlan falled to get
anything that m1ight be classed ias a hit.
Nlmll wals sulppolse to be good for a
hItoiteruln cvery tIllne up, but Ihe didn't
show. Fred Qtllnmby was eslly tlhe
star for the evening sheot. IIs work
at second hiaie wias phlenomenatlly rot
ten. In six lnnings the evening paper's
representatives drew a blank.
This is the second game between the
two ttimls. The one played last year
vllsie resulted In a victory for Tihe Mis
soulialt.
OwecI Kelley umliredl.
HOW WE BEAT'EM
W\' howl with joy; we bwell with
prhde;
Loud let the eagle scream;
Our ihanller-lheadid hired hands
Are sure HtnllO hatehlltll team.
lixt'en to eight: that was the score
We didn't have' to try;
'1h . opposll titon wa. a .Linch,
VWe .niote hint hip and thigh.
Thle eveniniilg iraig's poor, feeble dubs
Were Ilunch for otur Ibrave lmen;
Two years this lllt akes that We have
won,
And, watch, wn'll make it ten.
The stands were crowded to the rail
with rahhl, raving fans,
Who waitched, lmoiuazed, our spe'1dy
111i11
Wallop those also-rani.i
Tho start looked had; the foe scored
five
On alister Tibhalkann,
IIh twirlr, 'lll fine; tbut ohil, good
'l'h, tlihhidrs were insane.
''liey I.td.I aisy, little liits,
An.il ever'y peg wentl wild;
Ami ill thie field the ililn Were blind;
Wo'dl, even, randy chihl!
11111 '\e scored four whienl our turn
[il lll ,
Aiid tha:t was jusial i start
Aroundilu we went, ilrounlld again,
.lJoy riom inI every hlieart.
hllrw\i walktld i1 sorie, hle was so wil]d,
\V. lilt hisx curves with rase;
W\\' sthelllned the aill against the fence,
(All papers copy, please).
..nll sixteen rlllls halid come across
And dtlrint all thils while
T'11 vullgr oppl.ii io ltlin allo
itut Ihii r' whviio wouilhin't stiile?
\We' hwl with joy; we swell with
prliti ;
i.lne l 14"1 Ih.i crutil.o t;arF l: .
Otuir hllltlll, r-li;lt lle h]lir ]d hliands
Ar' suirl. alui ' II'Ip, ;ilt tleai.
1'IN NVOl.
T'h'y've lis of ciiist, thtse poor dubs
1'h.ey Iwant to I'lal agtin:
"(l; g-. f it r.Iu ." 1i 1ol1r, r.lily'
"W e,'l think it ti." h-,l.
WESTERN LEAGUE
Standing of the Club.
Club .Won LP.st Pet.
. l h ...................1. . t 23 .G9
lui .. ........ :... : 25 ,45
Slolux City ..... ...... t *25r ,*2
I ,nvir .. .. ...... ... ;... :!7 .526
i hhitil .................... 1 2!i .491
Iiuiii . ....... ::2 ,400
Tool"h ... .. 20 ::3 .;GI
At i. ait r iit .*iJuepih, i;: 1tlinver,7.
At \iVhhlita is .Molto,0 It; \Vhli-.
At T-Ihl i tut tm ao, ,', ; T',op ka, 1.
i., , nd t iil ll ihl , G; J'lioka, 1.
At ioi.il C'ty-- lMnincuh, 2; HlMoux
'ity, 12.
RATS!
- a
i ;, I ,"it i \' .',ga , N7 ., 5 . lino I. "A
ar'lr l l' i ilntuatii l of ,Inckh J lh , lson
shoi. i m his ih ie: ilisipItio is itit lip to
tlin sanid, ui r wuiuld him asto tLo 'eark
lair i tl' o l lliu ,l ,."
Tlis us iorti wo k itern i suu'ral l.by
ai l11i1l pllysiahiai after he lid inado an
of team work, Play i lotf te hodavy
weight c'htmpioh l
"was ftr examnng Flynn." the phybes
clan said, "I regard him as it remark
alle i petllich of lphyslhal develop
mtt'it."
Phains, Juno 16.--(fpelal.)---Owing
to Poor inflild work anti a gen'ral lack
of team work, Plains lost today to,
Dixon by i score of 8 to 10. Heater
was In the box for Plains, this beitg
his initiat appltarance.. He is a comer,
'Zhe bLatter.es, Wier and Weimer;
WEAK JIMING BY H NI . tI
AND Pc BASEBALL P
APOSTLE8.
Tallendl s Cop Double-.eaders on
l-uoeslive Days From MeCafforty's
CI.b-.sCpwd in Smoky'City.Shows
Its Disgust.
Butte, Juno I,; --l'laying the same
weak hitting and "bush" ball of the
past .C'V days, lhow loctls lost to Mtc
4.l'Joaky's orlDpphid , )glen team in both
r;t urahere this afternoon. Lafk of
'lepd. £upidlty, p pitching and
fTidare to oona·w'. at the bat lost the
une.' or" .L rda:'tcy's men.. The
orrvid ;.4s 94e as L.k IA disgust, The
scorew.
-1rsrt ',ame-.
Playbr, A8R. A PO. U A. 3
penleet, of ... . 1 0 0
WVessler, 2b . ...,a 1 2
8,himpff ", ....J 1 0 "
Jenenn, Ift ...... 4 2 0 't
Stone, rfL ...........4 0 0 5 0 t
Wood, us ........1 1 0 4 2i r
Perklns, .. 1 0 6 1 o
Erickson, p .,,,... S 1 1 0 6 0
Totals ......... i5 6 10 27. 11
Butte.
Player- A I1. R. 14. PO. A. 1.
Stovall, rf ......... 0 1 2 0
Doekstader, If ..4 0 0 0 0 )
Levy, 3b ..........5 0 0 1 5 M
Mathes, "as ..........3 0 1 2 2 )
Whaling. lb ......4 0 0 15 1
Kafora, c ............. 4 1 0 7 1
Morehead, f ........ 0 2 0 0
McNamara. b ......4 0 1 0 2
ell, p ..............2 0 0 0 1
'Druhot ............1 0 0 0 0 0
Klein, p ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ..........35 1 5 27 14 8
,Batted for Dell in eighth inning.
Score by innings
Ogden ......................000o:08001 2-6
Butte ..... .........010000000-1
Summary: l.eft on bauses-Ogden,
7: Butte, 15. St,.n bases--Wessler,
Spentcer. Sacrifice hits-tone, IPer
kin:, chihmpff. lricksun. Two-base
hit - Jensen. 'rthree-base hit-Spencer.
iLnnings pitheni r-By Dell, 8; by Klein,
1. tUns. hits- Off Dell, 5; off Klein, 2.
$tru'k .ut- ;.3,v Erickson, 2; by Dell
ii. Bmnses oni balls-Off Erickson, 5;
iff Dcli, 1: off Klein, 1. Wild pitch
lIell. Hit by pitched blali-Kalfora,
i)o(kistader, Spencer, Wood. Passed
halls--Kaf ra, 2. .Time, 2' hours. Um
pir. -Wribght.
$econd gamto
Ogden.
Player- - AR. R. It. P1O. A. E.
~ýli nuc r, 0........... 2 0 : a a
Va\n n, lb ..........3 1 f9 0 0
%\\'rsl .r, -'h ....... 4 0 :I 2 4 1
'ehbinlpff. :1, ........5 0 0 3 0 0
J'llnstl, If-I .......... 0 0 40 i
ton,, ' r • ......... 4 0 1 0 0
l;irshall, r'.........1 0 0 0 i0 0
\VWo,., . .......4 0 0 3 3 0
iripp, t ..........8 0 0 6 2 0
i',,rkins, a ....-.....1 1 13 04 0
I:rhi'kson, 1 I .......1 1 1 0 0 0
Jaclh4, ,...........3 0 0 0 1 0
'Jtals ........... 9 4 12 27 30 1
Buttes.
TI'Iver.- AB. It. It. PO. A. B.
Stov\;ill, rf ............4 0 1 8 1 0
I),.lteI llktr, if ......8 1 2 T 0 0i
Lvy, ..b...........4 0 0 0 6 (0
,at.ths,:. ............4 0 1 0 1 2
W halling, l, ..........4 0 1 12 1 0
in l',,rn , e ..........4 0 1 3 1 0
.l,,r he ';,l ... rf ..........3 1 3 1 41 ()
M 'cN t,.r. ,, 2b .....3 1 1 2 0 0
Kleil, I ...... .....8 4 1 4 0
c'l'l lT y ........1 0 0 0 0 0
.'.. tal. ...........33 3 10 27 14
*tiI, iI fr Klein in ninth.
S,',r I4,y innings-
S . ...........1 0 i 0 i 0 0 0 3-s 4
Datlio. .......... 0 0 0 0 1 0 . 0. -- 3
.MimrltIl'\: Left on lanes -Ogden,
1;: laii1 , 4i. Stolen bfls.sn--Spl.cer, 2.
"'\I l, ; t . , . l lit s - - pO e n tc e r , M Or oh e a d .
ih raeI., b- t ...tMorethead, Dotutllo play
.Jl 4,, t VoWod ,1o V .ill. nlllnngs
Itllh'h.l l'V Jachs, 5; by Jontson, 1.
Iir, hit. irff Jache, 7: off Jensen, 2.
Htrc.k ,,,It H' Klein, 1; 1)y ,hJlchs, 5.
II4 4su I{ I.aIls-Off Klhin, 2; 4aff
JasChi', ; 0.'lte, 1:40. Utnplret-Wright.
BASEBALL NOTES
B, t,on funs like the work of Young
,'ltnurkc, the -rldgeport shortstop,
iniw rlhpying with Johnny Kling's
l'y 'i.yin.lllr, former'y of the Glants,
i )hltting close to the .350 mark for
Noul rk ml the International league.
Iill it'ily has succeeded Danny
,Lugr its manager of the Man IFran
li.eo rtolan in the aolcilo league.
I)l ite Ithe poor showing of the
lirooklyn Dodgers, Jake Daubdrt con
tinuos to sline in all departments of
the gaue.
Mine It nsell Ford joined the New
York Amir leans in 1910 he has lost
but two gnFnes to tihe cleveland Naps.
JBy the way, he Is stealing bases it
doesn't holo as if Ham (frawford of
the T'lgre, is slowing down this year.
Mikel Itonlln has been playing great
ball ini the field this season and hit
ting In the neighborhood of .400 for
the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Yountl Magee, Who is putting up a
fancy artlele of ball ftr the Cardinals
Is not rilhtedl to Sherwood Magee, the
heavy-lit ltng Quaker.
tahtclllr Nullamakur of the ( Boston
It'd Box, In out of the game nursing
a badly split hand, the result of one
Qt the Hall's fast inshoots.
,,gltlimore has sold Plioher Bob
Grant to the' Allentown 'Tri-tate
leaguets teso,anJ4 .an rt4 t :Say¥
eron to the RIn2ligh 'o
adlan league,
14, St '
e.tsau race, f`te ti;at.ltate went
1I tonings alat b pend , catled
in thte eighth t .laow prers .t catch
a trainfr t t. coast. Scoreeil
Wiret game: #s. a1.
Sp okane .........y.........B......... .......4 1 "
Portlaend .......,..... ..... ... 1 4,
Batteries- Naoyft and evs andt
Sand Mooand Harri.
one and One.
Se.ittlO Jene 17.--S&hattle and Van
couver broke even on todry'ds double
header, the lodait tak(fg the first
game. In the first amne Seattle's hits
were timely, whlte9 Vancouver could
get but three seattered singles and a
double off lbullerton. he vislitors came
bark strong in the second game and
drove Thompson out of the box in the
first inning. Harrenkamnp, who relieved
him, was unable to hold the Vancouver
hitters. Scores:
Morning gmme: .. X, N.
Seattle .......... ............... ........ 8 -2
Vancotver ...................... ........ 1 i 4
latterleg--fullertep sed ' S Wballra
do ord sadSlJeputveds.
Afternoon game: . ' r .
Seattle ..................... 1 1
Vaneouver ...... ....... .......... 11 0
fBatteries - Thompson, Balre~pkamp
and Willy; Cates and Lewias.
Good and Bad.
T1acoma, June 16,--Tacoma won this
morning's game In a close, clean con
test. The afternoon tame was lost to
the visitors. The afternoon game was
an uphill fight for the home team,
LTyncht getting 18 men into It In his at
tempt to make a whirlwind close. Ken
nedy of Victoria batted a hornerun, a
three-bagger, a double and two singles
out of his five times at bat In the aft
ernoon game. Scores:
Morning game: It. H.. E.
Tacoma ....................................... 7 1
Victoria .................................... 1 8 8
.Batterles - Criger and Crittendea;
Narveson and Meek.
Afternoon same:' R1. H E.
Tacoma ....................... 7 12 1
V ictoria ....................................... I
, Batteries-Schmuts, Mpikle and IA
Longe; Wilson, Concannon and Meek.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club- Won. Inst. Pet.
Boston ........................ ....84 19 . .64
W ashington ....................33 21 .611
Chicago ...........................38 22 .600
Philadelphia .................2R 21 .571
Detroit ..............................26 ,464
Cleveland ....................23 28 .451
New York ....................1....7 31 .354
St. Louis ..........................15 87 .286
One to Connie.
Detroit, June 18.-Philadelphia got
a flying st.rt of five runs and taking
advantage of nearly all of Detroit's
seven errors, downed the locals.
Htanage's throwing and great catches
by Oidriag and Mcl-nns were the
bright spots.
Score - I. IT. E.
Philaldelphia .............................. 11 0
D etrolt ....................................... 6 14 7
Butterles--'lank and Egan; Dubuc
and tuanage.
Sex Beaten.
('hieago, June 16.--Boston defeated
Chicago and forced the locals to third
place. TLnge and Wood fought a
pitching duel. Lord hit a home run
in the first inning, counting Bath be
fore him.
Score-- L. Ii. E.
Boston ................................. 6 8 1
Chicago ................................... 4 5,
Ilatterles-Wood and Cady; Lange
and 'nlock,
St. Louis, June 16.--St. Louis-Nea
York postponed; rain.
('leveland - Washington ; postponcd
rain.
CLERGYMAN'S SON HAD TUBER
CULOSIS-NOW WELL.
Consumption is a flattering disease
and the sufferer is filled with bright
hopes of improvement. Call it by its
own dread name-and then-take Iick*
man's Alterative, because it is effective
in tuberculosis. No one need doubt it
-there is plenty of evidence from
live witnesses. Investigate the fol
lowing;:
Amenia, N. Y.
"Gentlemen Prior to February, 1908,
I was suffering with lagrippe, which
developed Into tuberculosis. My physi
elan gave me a month to live, My
father, who Is a clergyman, heard of
Ec man's Alterative and induced me to
tale it. The night sweats and chills
disappeared, my cough became ester
and gradually diminished. I am now
in perfect health, back to 155 pounds.
I feel certain that I owe my life to
Eckman's Alterative."
(Signed) "'. H. COWLFL."
"Gentlemen: I cannot find words
to express my appreciation 'of what
your remedy has done for my son.
(Signed) "RBV. J. J. COWLES,
"Pastor Presbyterian Church."
Eckman's Alterative Is effective in
hrpnchltlt asthma, hay fever, throat
and lung troubles, and in upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates .or habit-forming drugs. For.
sale by Missoula Drug company,
George Frelshelmeer and other leading
druggists. Ask for booklet telling of
recoveries and write to Eckman Lab
oratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for addi
tional evidence.
Fishing Trips Up the Blsekfeet.
Speclal fishling parties, BQnne up
the Blaekfoot, every Sunday, $1.50
round trip; other days by appbint.
moent. Stage leaves at 7 a. . m . . D
Yerlan, Bonner. Phone 8688 bla,k.
There Is no real need of anyone be
nptrwoub tw esitatlon, C~ram
at' w oue a ree
4bw"nuvi3'n bt ttr W -tbu
4 -.
MORSE QNI ',9 AKi * ItIa AT,
GREAT fPAbLt MY COPPING
SUNDAY 0oUt L.I4*M A It.
fIiCUIS FtIRD AD1
rrrore by Home Olub and Favoring
Beake Give Coeley's 4Ran Both Con.
stest of Aft.rnoon and Allow Them
to Challenge the Leadprs.
Great Palls, June 18.--Salt lake's
luck and Great arlls' errors combined
to give Salt lake both games of the
da.ble-header here today and the se
ties. Jensen 'got [email protected] t support
Il 0 the tfirt lgae +ot.'lkept, the hits
.wel.l soatteredi, #htl the GIreat Palls
lntield wlnt to pisoe 'timoe fter time
an tallowed C.e ,* lltbrs to pile up
rune. Williams blew up in the fourth
and fifth innings of the second game
and alt itake bunchedhits and scored
five runs,, besng helped materially by
Great Pall' errors. Orr's fielding was
the feature. The score:
First game-
8alt Lake.
Player- A. It. H. P'. A. I.
Spencer, If ............4 1 0 3 0 0
Bauer, er .............5 0 1 1 0 0
. rtler, rf ...........5 0 1 0 0 0
Devereaux, b ......4 0 0 0 0 0
Orr, as ................. ..5 0 2 ' 1 6 1
Pendleton. ab........ 2 1 2 1 0
Abbott, lb ............ 3 32 12 0 0
Weaver, c ..............5 1 1 7 0 0
Jensen, p ..........4 1 1 0 4 0
Davis, 3b ... .....0 0 0 1 1 0
Totals ..............42 7 9 27 11 1
Great falls.
S.ayers- AB. R. H. PO. A. 1H.
Murphy, rf :..........4 0 0 3 1 0
Misse. se ... 0.........5 4 3 2 4 4
Huelsman, if ........5 0 1 1 0 0
Toner, 3b ..............3 0 1 3 . 3 1
Kirmayer, lb ........4 0 0 11 0 2
Kelly, cf ................4 0 0 3 0 1
Faye, 2b ................4 0 8 2 4 1
Shannon, c ..........4 0 0 2 0 0
Bittrolff, p ............3 0 0 0 1 0
xGibson .................1 0. 1 0 0 0
Totals .......... 37 0 9 27 13 9
xBatted for Bittrolff in ninth.
Score by nnings-
Falt ,a'.e 0 1 0 3 0 1 2 0 0--7
('t Pails ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0
Summary: Two-base bits-Orr,
Pendleton, Hulcsman. Runs batted Ip
-Fortier, Rauer, Spencer. 2. SColen
bases-Pendleton. Rases on balls--off
littrolff, 2; off Jenseon, 2. Struck out
-by Rlttrolff, 1; by Jensen, 6. Left
on bases--treat Falls, 12: Salt Lake,
9. Time, 2:10. Umpire-.Hurlhurt.
lSecond game
Salt Lake.
Players- AB. R. Ii. Po. A. It.
ffpncer, If .......... 1 2 4 1 0
enucr, of ............3 1 2 4 0 1
Vortier, rf ............4 1 1 2 0 0
I.vis 3b ............4 1 2 1 2 0
rr, s .................. 4 1 1 3 2 0
Pondleton. 2b.......4 0 0 1 1 0
Ahbott, lb ..........4 0 2 8 0 0
iW eaver, c ............ 0 0 4 1 0
Ames, p ..............4 01 0 0 1 0
Totals .............38 5 10 27 8 1
Great Falls.
Playere- . AB. R. it. PO. A. T.
Murphy, rf ............4 1 2 2 1 0
M isse, so ..............5 0 1 1 2 1
Huelsman, If ....+ 3 0' 0 0 0
Toner. 3b ............4 0 3 2 6 0
Kirmayer, lb .....4 0 1 14 0 1
Kelly, ef .............3 0 I1 1 0 0
Fayeh. ............4 0 0 3 2 0
(llhson, e .:........... 1 3 4 2 0
Willidms, p .........1 0 0 0 0 0
('arlon, p . 2............. 0 1 0 1 0
xilmannon .......... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ..... 36 3 12 27 14 2
kBatied for Carlon in ninth.
Score by Innings-
Satt Lake 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 O-
V't Ialls i.1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0.,-2
tlumnlary: Two hase hits-Misse.
Hita--oft Willinms, 7 In 4 1-3 Innlngi:
of. ('arlo 3 In 4 2-3 Innings. Runs
altted In-Davis, 2; Forther, Abbott,
2; Toner, cnarlon. Bases on halls
off Williams, 1: off Amos, 2. Struck
out-Williams, 3: Carlon, I: Ames, 1.i,
Wild plth--t'arlnn. 1reft on basese
reat Falls, 9: Salt TAko, 5. Time,
; :15. Umpire--Hurlburt.
DELUSION;
Wallace., June 14.-(RgSpeclal. -Dep
uty lhertff Charles laliavre last night
detained Angus VanPool, a man aged
32, employed for some time past on
the dairy between Wallace and O.-*
burn. VanPool has * been actinhg
queerly for several days, andti is sub
Sect to halluainations. He is of the
beolloef that the hills around the ranch
are filled with opium smugglers, and
that he is responsible for their cap.
ture.
FINLIEY TO BS BROUGHT SACK,
Thompson, June 16.--(SBp.claL)
iorlff William Moser loft yesterda)
morning for Spokane to bring back a
man by the name of Finley, a Flat.
head halfbreed, He is charged with
breaking into a cabin at Dixon and
stealing a gun, watch and a postofttlc
money order which has'been easbed b)
forging the name thereon.
DEAD ON TRAOKS.
Waillae, June 16.-($pecial.)-·Louli
Hill, alumber-camp workman, Wae
found, mangled and deud, on the Mil1
waukee traoks this morning. $ i,
posed that,.o was run over b4 a b"
train during the nft, He i.I no
known relatives. His body WAs $li$e
by the county today.
lNInAhl iWtlAbPA eittW
Bilankeneip steps a Ft.i Ow Wits
His Thumb and Is "Ilegi*d to
Cosohing iine .for Severa ii ke
He Is Confident 'r Vietery.
Our boys are home. Train No. 6
brought them In from Helena last
nlght--mlmer t4io--tid they unloaded
before the train came to a standttill
and hit it up town at a livtely pace,
all feeling fine. This does not in
elude Manager Blankenship, however,
for he met With an accident in thir
first 'nningi of the first+ mtae Sun"
,day. . at *ll put him on the side
lines for two or three weekh. One of
ltuh'ri fast ones struck, lanaslenship
right on the end of his thumb and
knocked' it out of joint. 'It is badly
&wollen and painful and iS of such a
nature that its mending will' be slow,
Aside from this Blankienship is 0.
K.. and seems perfectly satisfied with
the work of his team in the Helena
series, "Whenever we split even
away from home I am satisfied," he
said. "As long as we can win at home
and split even on the road,,even With
a tall-end team, it is doing well
enough. But I certainly have a jinx
In Helena. We should have won that
secohd game today in a 'walk. Any
body could have won it. but it was
the same last year, whenever I was in
Helena. iWe are all in fine shape, ex
cept myself and I guess it is the silde
lines for me for two or three weeks.
But I'm not complaining and it prob
ably won't make any difference this
week.
We'll Winl
"About Salt Lake this week? Why,
we're going to put it all over that
hunch. Didn't we have it on them
over there? They are no better now
and we have them off their own dung
hill. They can crow as loud, but they
can't do such effective scratching.
Zamloch will open the series for us.
He is in great form as I have been
restling him up a bit for this lerles."
The New Men.
"The manager had but little to say
about the two new pitcherS, "~ins from
Ios Angeles and Woeffier from MIl
waukee, who joined the team in Hel
ena Saturday. "They both look prom.
Ising," he said, "although they have
not had a chance to show what they
can do."
Inr, looms up like a giant in all of
his, six feet four, but he Is well pro
portionod and graceful. He comes
from the Aos Angeles club in the
tcoast league. He showed well during
the few minutes he worked In the
Hltleena game yesterday,
Voeffler is a medium-siled, but
well-put-up Individual. He appears.
just the sort whom nothing can ex
rite. If he has the goods he will un
doubtedly do so far as his temper*
ment Is concerned. Both men will be
eagerly watched the coming week.
COAST LEAGUE
Club Won. Lost Pet.;
Vernon ........................... 42 98 .600:
Oakland ............... :.......... 41' a .577
Los Angeles ................ 30 31 .557
acaramento .................. 30 38 .441
Portland ...................... 2 8 .419
San Prancisco ............. 28 43 .
A Division.
1,os Angeles, June 16.-Vernon and
Sacramento divided the two games
paryed today. Score:
Morning game- R. H. P.
Vernon ...................................... 2 9 3
Sacramento .............................. 6 11 3
l8atteries - Raleigh, Temple and
Brown, Agnew; Williams anJ Krelts.
Afternoon game- R. H. 10.
Vernon .................................. 4 18 1
Pacramento ........................... 8 0
'Batteries--Brackenridgo and Brown;j
Baum and Cheek.,
Two for Angeles.
Map Franelsco, Juno 10.-Los An.
geles won both th4 morning and after
noon games today. In ; the morning
game the visitors blanked the locals.
The afternoon game wsara slaughter
Delhi was in bad form in the after.
noon game, the visitors hitting his
offerings freely. Scores:
Marning,kame.- 1. H. 1.
pis Ahgele ........................ 5 1
Bhn ranaolso ......................... a 1
Ratteries-Tower and Smith; Miller
and Schmidt.
Afternoon game- Ii, H. I,.
Los Angele ............................ 1
San Franclseo ................, . 7
1atterles--4Leverons and Brooks;
Delhi and Sohttildt,
SQekland ODI Hard.
Portland, June 1.-It took 12 in'
nings of superb itoahlpg, basked by
errorless support of 1gawitter for the
Portland team to o.aaome Oakland
today In the fnetl '"me of the se
ries,
poore-- R. .,
.Oakland ..................... ............ 1 . 1
Portland ...................................... 10 0
1 itterlop - Ohrlitign and Mltse
IKlawitter and ilIher,
The anwiai per s0pi* oons tmptiol
of surir tlr t Brtatu is ut 101
.pouin as WS It - @at e
,'Pou in t I
It eoeent a DM S e
p ?hat1ta I Wit Git
ko far Out il ra t

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