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REGULARS AND YANNIGANS IN TAXLESS GAME TO
BLANK'S MEN WILL PLAY FIVE INNINGS WITH FANS AS GUESTS THIS AFTERNOO
HIGHLANDERS PLAY
ANITHER GAME
TODAY
REGULARS AND YANNIGANS TO
MIX IT FOF FIVE INNINGS
THIS AFTERNOON.
CARPENTER LOOKS 6000
Chico Shortstop Arrives and Shows
Lot of Speed in the Infield-Brooks,
a Pitcher, Comes With Him and
Makes Promising Showing.
lRegulars and Yannigans will tangle
for fi. e innilngs, ctlmll'niciin at "
i'i'liick this afternoon and the fantll
will hi as \VOeli.me as the sInishine.
Nio admiission fee will lie. demanded.
'l'he phlic is invited bIy M:anager
Blanketnshipa to see the Iiighlliniders in
action. ()I Saturday af'ternloon the
team will play a practice gamle against
the university team. The. varsity is
unusually strnng this year. Short
stip Higgins and Ciatcher Denhert
shiowed their slee't in the( game Sull
day and ('raighead. who pTrolbably will
)]itch, 'has been seen in nLction a. gouod
mItany times by tie freqitenters iif the
haselall park. The fans will he alle
ti see ca';rpenter, the hell' shortstop,
I t ll some of . the pitcht rs wV ol ddl t 't
perform Sunday if they go to tihe park
this aftelrnoon.
i arman ani ld Tio.in d Ilst ll 'iarl en
ter so art thit h' holt jIite a r"''i i-I
tlotion ti live up t.. Iut ']i got Iaway
with it inl fine shape yesterdaytl aftr
non. He was a little tired, of toIrse,
after two days of ridilng, but 11ie tilat:yed
his iosition in fine style. Ih, hltndies
grounid balls ii ell, has at splitendid
throwing iarmi, gets thel hall aw vy in a
hurry tand lookls like it first-rate
hitter.
'h, is the imagne oif fl.rge Ae- I
Bride, the 1Yutshingttn h hrtstip,"
saS thilnk. and liltank u ghtu. I lit ine,
for he plated with .Mitlride for ;t gtood
many years. "He movI s andi thro ws
just like' Me'Bride andi stems Ito be a
,better hitter. I think he's a real
find. He is only 18 years Ili and
ougcht to make ai fin pilayer."
Brioks also ikued gooid yesterday.
He didn't try to pitch at all, lilu he
4hrow them across the plate for
awhtilt and shlowIed a nictC. lit of speed,
good rcntrol and an easy motion. HIf
may worirk this aftternon.
l'ihin's leg was sii sore yesterday
that, he ui'ldin't \,'lrk with theI ' team.
He may he ,ut i, l . 1l)aselltch
played in right fihl, I'urdtz in centuer
and Hasse.l iin left yesterday. ('ar
iman Perrinte anlld ( luhngnfl \'wer In
their regular positions witlh ('arptenterl
and l"ol'ey at short. Polov workerd
well yesterday, ssipLiing thm tlllip in
fi n shtape a d slatlning th ml ver to
lust \\ii ti liily of tiulIu'.r 1 I, is a
ii'i.t little hnll playter.
LIBBY NEWS
I.lh'hy, April 1i1. (8ipr'ei .l- --The
Litih3 Rod and itnl -ilII has iari" i p
plicatirn to the srluperilntllld. ni-f the
strifte fish I ri-.heries for 21,illnO trout
fry, 11r of whic-h are to he rastern
brook trout lt .li half to he the native
vari-fry. The tru-nt are to hl Iplantfir
in tihe vairirous crieeks tri ifirhar l ,
ithhy. PerniIanoi-t officers ha",' 1-r n
I ,, ted Ii-" Ile c.i .1 as follows.: I'r s
idrnt. John K iklinskli: vire pri.-sid-ln,
1)r. i 11. .,Ine-s; s .r.ttary, r I. E.
Stone: treasurler. WV. 1. Paine. The
(luI has la mnhemberslhip of over Inn.
P. S. Rose, contr-actorir for th(e ci
struction of the [ihtby srewer sy.strnm,
hais res:niilrt operrations .ri nd the work
is againl inll tlr.'c' ss, tulr he iXplert is
to c'ol]n lete the work without fI1rth,1"
interrllluiptin. IB nd for $10.01 \.were
voted- t t il fol r timhe sef r s steni.
T' he. s,, Li.ists fI 'r oiles lrounlli
tlrn- -,:-nit at i e (i , -'- tl.r, I1 IIi llnia r
Eureka- i lir \t in w sll : in ii iS i] , i iun em n
stration ru~pi the r ,trn i if Sltat
iRepresent. t I' h l'l, nn lller from
Iie.leni.
Ri-liLahl, in i ni hais h-o-ni re
eeived i to thii efet thCatIht - :id iins
boe n tlk,-II ,n tilh Indllio l, ll n ,o t p Inap
t ly th e OIi i 'nlr l lio i ,ii ilI . ( '---r i
gin as so-.h - sl, \\% i ll]t p int. This
group is .- tn t,, Li a l lt ih." mL iles
northi ast of : il tr. T rh l iptinS
iof w rk onil his i il irir rt i w ill I n
tendency of n i n-rng Ul i ii f It ,. l ' . I,. r
King. COpper Kitthle ai i Illushir-l
groups.
Supervisor iW. A fymolil o f th
KI-rotenuni Itional ft est i11i riti--I
160,00l trout fr il'uring the - i iin
suintler, which will hi of the rain-i
bow varirt, and w ill hei , dlistrihuted
ais follow s: cedar lake, f! ul: Loon
lake, 5,,0,00r ; Spar la ike,- ii iii Kil
Lbrnn.ln lake, 30,000.
NORFOLK
COLLARj
a.h . a a & k --.hAa . i
Red Sox Outfielders Are the Best
in Every Department in the League
:i
Left to right: Tris Speaker, Harry
Hooper, Duffy Lewis.
Ostn, April 14. -The 1oston 1]hd
N,0,, \ rlnrkds ch iig iions, are (xlp{eri(l
to go great guis ii n the Amer niian
leiague Ilislall selasonl just lstartld and
the chief tlls of artillery in the arlna
niint slhoull be the great outtfield made
up of Sl'eaker, Lewis and Ilonp(r.
'These( thIIree for to year.s it least
have lven ncedelld to hal nis o 1l:al
as a trio of olit-gnardlners. Theyl have
hatted vigorously, they have ruin fleet
ly, they hia\'e nabbled the flying pellet
with eertality anld ispatch. Yiioung
men oif excellent lihysiqlle clnd gnoon
h.ahits, conhliiiiially le.;rnilg Inlor
houet iIasihiall, 11 lr. slee mis rno ason
y'hi thy shoeil nt imeprove this
Ie i for a fm se t'Il (iels i( (come.
'Their exeillence \iill more thani
penipnsiat i t n I defic.ieneies \\hioh
he rest of the tlearn mnay shoi,. 'lThes
leficiencies,t for that matnlter, sire fiew,
;AMERICAN LEAGUE
Standing of tire Clubs.
Vmoml. Lomst. 1'mt.
I'hlila d ,lmlml i t .... . .. . t 1 n
\\'mashingtl .. . . 1,0i i
'ti ILouis , .7,0
I 'hi auo . 2 " .5o, 0
1'li ti . l d I - .333
Rhston . 1 2 .333:
I tr it i . . 1 2 .::
'Ne\ York '~. .114 2 11
-----------I
Smoky Joe Wins.
mlo tonl, April 14.- \\'ood mao lmitch'l Id
.' hI ivell this a i 'tternoot, mand Iti.stotl
wonII f'rom N.ew Yor''l;, 2 to 1. The' N-V I
Yommrkelrs were<' the first to sc.iorm'.
I)m iclIs tled of'f "vith a, single, stilm se.
mndl and ctro'ssIed thie liatet onl t\wol put
In the eigmhth inning \'ood mhliledm
li m llen I to hird on Ilooptmr's outi t m
t'rmt. mY.tmkes frilml d tol S1 \t('enI av lllll
-i h mlmm m' r \\tins Imrp'lmmsmIly Jip mss'd. Lewis
mtm m mt doultmt to right mimhl, semlltiln "
ill Vwo runll.
c~ore I:. 11. I :.
Sorm .. iml 1
I;, :.t n . .
\ l.I Itmt m l N I mm ilmmmmmmm II-mm ndri.
Tigers Win From Behind.
'hm.\- .h'I nmt. m ilmn , \l ril i1. I m.mi ir
iu; Ia i ll t m hm, ",, I)itroit' ll, smimt
I until it i eill.hth illllllm :, \wht'li
\mw lilts, 1 111 Err1t ' ;111 it I i. m 11 i halls
; mll -,\\ mm1 m I m trli to t i. titmm lh ;1 h t nd
1\\m 111 inlh\'s i h5 ; 1 i- ' Ir'tm i ('m lvmm . iIi- , , tm o
4. ('Ih ' mi;mu lI mlit ,)mlo ' 1m1m ' i. , biml t11o
hmi .mm,1 m lI t m t'l I, t l lfour r11s n rtimm Im s.
S ,re - ' It. II. I.
... . . 7,- 11 4
... land .. .4 12; t
lhillir, mIm - 1-t1 ,riil n d.
Browns Win Another.
S mt. mmloni. A il 1 l II. - m ilt Im:lmm
pi ihn.d air-tig ht h ill fmr 't. lmom is
-oima , s mll mtmlmg- ou I 'Ihlluim tg up to thi '
mIlil uri i 'imm mm. I mn tit, Ili ill ('hli'cai i
sicor |d ,l t o bisi's 11 lh lls : tlhl tw\o
sling 's.
hit. Shlitt. in's smi rif'm.i I'l mnd Jolihn
.- in'. -inin4 h.
S i t - 11. II. 1,:.
I'hm i-migm 1 m -
5it. nillmms : 1
l atmm 'ii 8 \mimtm Ib m-IIl mtmm iiihilk
i\ tt u min t' m-mmm a d ; aIk
11h, I " r :a n-l s is tionod, rain.
TO KEEP OUT SMALLPOX.
\\'ashiington, \p ril 14. '1") lirvent
theli introimuiitimn of sinlaill. mx inlto
Alalska.li, l i limhlic him-mith si-i'.m' ie to
ml m imlm trl'lmeed that sti'ieerage pl,:isstenigel't
anid 'crmws aboiardl all ships sailing to
tilhe t'rrltl'ry- fromm I'nlit d .ni te Stats pIorts
must bi e vaccinate1i- id ilr snow certifi
(-mitmes. Tl'he order dloies niot ;tpply', to
tourists.
HURST VERY ILL.
Chicago, Aril 14.--Elmtore Ilurst
of Rock Island, Ill., who has Ireen tof
fered the lpost iof mlinister to l)enlnark
by Preslident Wilson, is reportmed crit
hlrlly ill mt his hlmit hei-r. Mr. ll'rst's
nclptance' of thm ' poirtfio lim \ill lldependl
upull his reistoratiun to health.
ui-e
flr the catching staff is aidmiitted by
l)m st crities the hslt in the Itlag e, the
init hil hold hut little helh\ thei great
inrner irce oif the Philadelplhia Aith
leIics, and their pitehing staff, swing
Ing aireolind thie recolrd- Ireaking Joe
BOSSES OF BOXING
TO ORGANIZE
IlItte Ap. ril 14 Feat.' lxin i
(', llllll.1 "illnll0 I. I );L'. ilv S " II ltlu t '
Iin l iht Jilllmllreed tlilt l 111 -
|i i l W€111 meat i, t l e h (ul II
IoI5ri lil \\.t" :t ll(] 111(' . ill lla i('lla t Io -
l it i\V t111 1 r tl' it 1 rt ii zu ti ll.
r11 I itlh '1is kill I)lt Iiu t ihalirnu-r ,
it is said. The Iilite Im Imbers of
II inl1lI i 1 1 lle 11r. il 'ly.
'o' .leVof ltellena anl d Jil. Te l . Marl'k
h51l of Ilillings.
AMERICAN ASS'N.
Standing of the Clubs.
WVon. Lost. lI.H,
K;111 i s c'it •............... i ,0111
i i\'ll .Jiki( ' ... ..... . 3 O 1,01)
t1 anlH ,,ul. is . 1 .15;
tit. Iaul u 1 067
zi;di;lln .olis 1 2 .5I3
( lu,IIuI bus 1 2 .33,.
I' . ... ... : ..... 00
, isvilhle 0 5 .(01100
Miltankn( o, ; h ouisville, ll.
I1t. Paul, : Indiotllulp. is. I.
I il lIn ii lqis, ( 'llll Ih n ils, S.
I.n;tls;Is ( iy, 1 .; tl h in, 3.
STATE FAIR OFFERS
PRIZES FOR BOYS
AND GIRLS
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF
CONTESTS IN FARMING
AND NEEDLEWORK.
Ihlna, April 11. -(S 'i. .) Ti , I
Mon.ltanla sl;Int fair, which \\t1I1 he heldi
Selp lntier 2-2 to 27, 11:13, at elehlna, i
]Its decided Io in l lgurate again 1
1 .s' aI11ld girls'l itlliust ri;i de l.tri tleat
underl the sulti'trvisio ofi Professor F.
8. 'Cooley of tie I,[nittilt Agricultural
c'll, gq.
The entries will be sitimilar to those
o'f last tit-, that is, Iboys .etwi\ ee the
I its of 12 and 15 ftrom eacth county
will comtltnte in a ipotati or a corn
grolwing colntest; girls of a like age
friti eacih counIity who intake the best
c('oret c.te \r. All the elltlries from each
'i.uyi \till be assembtled and judged
and p'iizes. to he announced later, will
he a wvardedtl the winnilng contestants.
The prod uts winlnilng the county
c'hampilonshiris will he exhibited at the
state fair, where the state champlion
ships will he awarded. The potato
Ianl tori'lt enItries of the boys will be
exhibited in the agriculltural Iuilding
and the entries of the atrls will be dis
played in the womnt's department.
The. county championships will be the
guests of the state fair during a five
day period from Monday, the 22nd, to
Friday, the 26th, an4 receive free ad
Voodi, oilige, to dip its ensign to none
of te. other sharl)-shooting brigades.
Spel:ik r, tlooper atnd Lewis caup the
exelh. II ee f a tinti which looms up
ts just ,,bnit the Jest bet for the 1912
hamniionship if the Aimeri"in league.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Standing of the Clubs.
won. Lust. Pct.
IThston ......... ........... 1 0 1,uOn
. ........... 1 0 1 00
i'itý lhur ii. 2 1 .667
l o.......... 2 1 .627
ill lph ........... 1 1 .500
Chica':.o ... ...... 2.... .33
Si ill i ........... I 1 .1110o
Net' York ..0 .1000
Superbas Down Giants.
New york, April 14.-B-rooklyn de
fllcted thel New Yor.k Nationals today,
I to 2, in a well-played, interesting
,aloe, fnatured bt the splendid pitch
ing of1 ,Allies til! Allen. Smith got a
h m, I n illnlo till( right field stand.
I.l.ia . r .le ,(i- iti used five pltchl hit
t-rs oild lhc'h ruinners.
rot.--. I1. H. E.
I :',r , I t . ..... ................. 3 8 "
New York .. .............. 3 7 3
iaittrites--Allen and Miller; Ames,
T'te l'l lllu 1 al.l al rs, \~ ilsoan.
Pirates Beat Cubs.
1hin: i-o, April 14.--Pithturgil de
l ti ! I hicago It lay, i8 Itol 5. Tlthe
visitors bitted all thllee Chicago
t w irh r, opport. u' ly, ('rey, I Hoflfmnall
liIId Vlix n alIini:; three hits each.
S nr' -R I. If. 1":.
'lilt h rlr h ...... ................ 8 15 1
'hi':l , .. .. ........ 5 10 2
Jol t Tics - Ioi ll11ison, Cuallllitz allot
iis lon; itichlie, Tonery, 1lalt phlrics
a1 lli t1 islnhiiil.
other g;nies I, Istponed; rain.
mission. Their lodging and meals in
-Ielena will lie laid by the fair board.
The boys and girls will be in the
chitrfe llf rteliable and conmpetent men
and wonraeln while in Helena.
A school of stock judging under
competecnt instructors will be con
dttel d frol' 9 to 12 o'clock each fore
lnoonli during the fair, using livestock
on exhibition. A simnilar course of in
structlion in holllle science will be given
d'Iring the siure houlrs toi thie girls who
have woni like hionors.
'Thle cilounty prizes will be awarded
ly judges selectled by the county su
lerlintetndtent of st hools at such a time
andli lilce as si, all liy designate. The
tiIeI should Ite' a-blout one week prior to
the state fair. Wherever practicable,
the coullnty fair Ila be detsignated and
its judges appllloilled to decide these
\\warlds.
The county suilterintendent of schools
nlyv divide Iler colllity Into convenient
districts, eacih u -nder the direction of
a teacher designated to have charge
of an exhibition in that district, the
winlirs of thet1 district plrizes to coin
pite1 fllr countly lonllrs under direc
tion of the county superllintendent.
JOHNNY EVERS SUED.
C(hiclago, April 14.--John J. Evers,
mInnager of thil Chicago National
league( team, wIas sued for $300 by a
mlanultfacturer of store and office fix
tures, who alle-ged that fixtures in
stalled in a shoe store which Ever's
and Charles \Villiamrs, secretary of the
Chicago Nationals. tried unsuccess
fully to run here, had never been paid
for. I0vers nimintlainll, in reply, that
Ithe etnllllt heIl lIh. rel t iOiIt, blelt for lthe
dtis iof thill \vltIlrII. whichll was Inun
1aged by a corporatioll.
SNODGURASS FACING
A MIGHTY HARD
CAME
NEW YORK OUTFIELDER MUST
FACE JEERS OF FANS EVERY
DAY FOR MONTHS.
MAY NOT PLAY OLD GAME
Critics Fear That Attitude of Bleach
erites May Affect Giant Star's Work,
Though McGraw Is Supporting Him
to the Limit.
New York, April 14.-The man who
put in the English laInguage a new
\'verb-- to snodgrass, meaning to fail at
ai cruciatl nmnnent-is going through
one of the mllost severe ordeals that
can fall to the lot of a baseball player.
Out at the Polo grounds, baseball
home of the New York Giants, is ap
pearing day after day the unfortunate
mortal, Fred Snodgrass, who last fall
in the tenth and deciding inning of
the eighth and deciding game of the
series for the world's championship,
mluffedt a long fly sent out from the
bat of Engle of the Boston Red Sox,
and lost to the New York Giants the
world's baseball title. From end to
FRED SNODGRASS.
end of the land were scattered broad
east pictures in word and photograph
of the- man \\'whse break had brought
the d\\ownfall of a ol\orful mechanism.
Other misplays, and many of them,
there had hIon inl that series, others
f;r worse than this error, but none
so striking.
Many at this time are questioning
thio Issibility of Snodlgrass to play
lip to his usual high hclass this season.
I}aselall fans have long Inmem ories,
lsharp tongtues iand loud voices. Ln
dioubttdly Snodgrass for weeks to
cone will hear taunting cries as he
goe's to hat, as 5le walks to the bench,
as he chaseis flies in the outfield. Will
lie stand up undter the strain? He has
thie cmifidence of his manager, Muggsy
M'di raw\, and that means lmuch.
Mc'(;rawV it \\as who similarly up
held Fred Merkle a few years ago,
when that then inexperienced player
forgiit to toluch second after he had
iladle a. winning hit in a crucial game
with the thiniigo C'lubs. The game,
afterward pl;ayed over, w'as won by
the ('ubs, who by virtue of that vic
tory \\,n the champllionship of the Na
tional league. Meatraw stood by
MerkIl, and now\\ that player is one
of the mllt \alttaed in the league.
PLAYS AND PLAYERS
('harlotte \Valker, now touring in
"The 'rail of the Lonesollmoe Pine,"
expects to appel.ar in .a new play next
st-ason, but to tb written by her hus
hand, Eingene' \\'alter.
A novel perfiorlnance is to be given
in New York at the benefit for Jerome
i.Edy, when a scene fromlll "Julius
Caesar" will Ihe acted by a cast made
up of dramnatic critics and newspaper
men.
I.Legrand Hl-tii,land, a grand opera
composec'r, has written a play called
"Deborah," in which the leading part
will be played by ('arlotta Nillson,
who made a hit in the star part of
"'The Three of Us."
MEMORIAL SERVICES.
London. April 14.-A cosmopolitan
congregation attended today mlemoriat
services in Westminster Abbey for the
late J. P. Morgan. King George was
represented by Captain Sir Walter
('nllphell, grlolll - in - waiting, and
Queen Mother Alexandra by the lion
orable John Ward, equarry to the ging.
GIRL BABY ARRIVES
AT THE MURPHY
HARLEM TOMMY GETS SOME IN
TERESTING NEWS OVER THE
TELEGRAPH WIRE.
HE IS BUSY. TRAINING
Ad Wolgast, Who Is to Meet Him Sat
urday, Thinks New Yorker Is Better
Fighter Than Ritchie - Former
Champion Has Hopes.
San Francisco, April 14.-H-arlem
Tommy Miurprhy, who is training for a
20-round bout next Saturday with Ad
\Wolgast, was informed 'by telegraph
that his wife had presente.d him yes
torday at their home in FIlathush,
tlro,.ltrn, N. Y., with a daughter.
Yesterday was also Murphy's 28th
)irthday, not an age thart woultl ie
c;illedl Rad\''anrced in any other business,
but Harlem rrTommyrrr is rated one of
the, veterans of the ring. He has
been fighting regularly for 12 years.
TVolgast thinks him a better man
than the present champion, Willie
Ritchie. "He's faster, garner, a bet
ter hitter and hette.r hoxer," said
the, frmer ehalnlmion today. "He is
a formnidable ring rmarn in every \\'ay
and can heat "litchie a.ny time. When
I left the ring after my fight with
THIS IS THE FAMOUS
GLAD-IRON, THE IRON
OTHERS IMITATE
-the ideal iron!
-No more oldtime, stoveheated, smudgy sad irons
that took hours to heat, only to cool too quickly. No
more the sweating, tiresome task of laboring in a
stuffy, stifling kitchen. No more the dread of iron
ing-day and its after-fatigue.
-Now women iron the HOTPOINT way. Take
their work out in the shade of the porch or a cool
anteroom. Attach to any lamp socket and begin to
iron.
Element
Guaranteed
Ten Years
-C 6-Pound Iron
Three-Fifty
- An electric iron that's unequalled-6
Ib. style, $3.50; 3-lb. style $3.00.
Missoula Light and Water Co.
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
This Coupon and 5c Will Get a Copy of
REACH'S 1913 BASEBALL GU 1DE
IF PRESENTED AT
THE OFFICE OF THE DAILY MISSOU.UIA.
Ritchie. the only mark.'. .had was a
slightly discolored eYe, but Murphy
hand-painted 'me Well, in our 20-round
draw.
'Taking it the other way around,
Ritchie was m'uch WObrse marked than
I. was. What I wanit most is a re
turn blut with Ritchi and a victory.
from Murtphy will jurst, about force it.
I expect to win:,.tbLeaLse I am much
stronger and faster right now than I
was in Our last fight, for which I
trained only five days. This time I
,shall have had two weeks' hard work
and a preliminary session of light
training in the h lls of Lake county."
TY COBB TONE0S DOWN
AND IS NON WILLING
Augusta, Ca., April 14.-Ty Cobb.i
holdout of the D)etroit American team,
gave out a statement today regarding
his position with the Detroit manage
ment, in which he.sald:
"I will go to Detroft lqf I am
asked, and I am anxious to confer with
officials of the club. I have advised
them of my desire to adjust matters
anmicably. I sullppose the punishment I
will get for d(emanding more money
will be' banishmlent from baseball this
year,"' he added.
Cobb said nothing about a reported
prnpori:tl that he. hbecome Chicago
agent for an automobile conccrn.
RATE WAR ON ATLANTIC. 1
Hamburg, April 14.-Another step in
the transatlantic rate war between
Europe and Canada was taken today
by the Hamburg-Americann company,
when it announced that the steerage
rate between Hamburg and Quebec was
to be reduced to $22.50 instead of $30
from May 1.

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