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RECRUIT
ABRE 9OWMgkN IS THE NAIMj OF
THE (IAt" PROM THE BUS4'
WHO DOES IT.
TH ETI GO Her
The Red Sox Keep Coming and Show
the Most Consistent Form of Any of
the American Teams This Ntohth.
8tanding of the Clubs.
Clubs- Won. Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia ...........31 18 .633
Washington ...... .....29 21 .586
Detroit ....................... 31 23 .574
St. Louis .........................28 23 .560
Boston .....................................26 24 .520
Chicago ........... ............ 23 28 .451
New York ..................18 30 .375
Cleveland ..........................16 35 .314
C am June 14.-Bowmsan, a, re
cib Malhber. won a4t S60 victorY for
Clveland over W.,si ington with Wal
te J oin the o b today. It was
ftor r Cflevelnd . .ainst
' in the last 14 games. 'It
was also the seventh defeat for John
this year. He lost only seven games
lass year.
Score- R. H. E.
Cleveland .......................... 4 6 1
W ashington .......... .....--.... 0 6 0
Batteries-Bowman and O'Neill;
Johnson and Ainsmith.
From Behind.
Chicago, June 14.-Philadelphia came e
from{ behind today' and defeated Chi- a
cago, .8 to 3. The locals had taken
a three-rUn lead on Brown, and when
Bressler. replaced him the locals failed
to gather more than three hits. Scott
was hit liard and, coupled with his
wildness and errors, cost Chicago the
game.
Score- I. H. E.
Philadelphia .......................... 8 16 0
Chicago .................................... 3 8 2
Batteries-Brown, Bressler and I
Lapp; Scott, Jasper, Faber and Mayer.
Hard Luck.
Detroit, June 14.-After starting the
raF.y in the eighth with a double, which
gave New York its only run, Caldwell
went to pieces today and Detroit took
advantage of his wildness to count
three runs in its half of the eighth
and won, 3 to 1. I
Score- R. H. E.
New Y9rk ......... ............. 1 6 1 I
D etroit .................................... . 3 5 2
Batteries-Caldwell and Sweeney,
Gossett; Hall, Dubuc and Stanage. C
Red Sox Coming.
St. Louis, June 14.-Leonard had St.
Louis at his mercy today, while his
teammates pounded St. Louis pitchers
hard, Boston taking the opening game
of the series, 10 to 1. A home run by
Clarence Walker counted the locals'
only tally.
Score- R. H. E.
Boston ................................. 10 13 0
St.. Louis ................................ 1 3 4
Batteries-Leonard and Carrigan;
Hamilton, Taylor, MIanning and Leary,
£Crossing, Rumley.
WESTERN LEAGUE
Standing of the Clubs.
Clubas,- , Won. Lost. Pet.
St. J.e. ..............d dS9 i '.612
penver ......2........0.. .... ,..9 20 .592
Sioux City ....:.. 29 22 .569
Lincoln .......................... 9 ,23 .55
Des Moines .................. ....6 24 .520
Omaha ............... ...........21 27 .438
W ichita ............. . 25 29 .463
Topeka ........................ 14 36 .280
Sioux City, 9; Wichita, 0.
Omaha, 3; Lincoln, 6.
Des Moines, 2; Topeka, 0 (first
game); Des Moines, 5; T'opeka, 12
(second game; called in eighth; dark.)
St. Joseph, 4; Denver, 2.
SI. KILLED.
London, June 14. --Lightning killed
siX persons, four of thmn children, and
injured several others on Wandswnrlh
cpmmnon today during a severe storm.
Many buildings in South L,ondon were
struck by lightning.
"It" FO8 TIRED
'h!I what relief. No more tired ftMf
no more burning feet, swollen, bad smell
tsJa, sweaty feet. No more pain in corns
callouses or bunions. No matter whalt
MJp a. n you've
tried withouI
out all the pol
asaous exuda
fons which pR
graqd; "TIP
will ncure your
, A r up II' .
IY .apd ofgydig t
I GIR FLYER~R PROSE ~ ~TO, I.JPLICATh,
TLEL PSIDJW*DO F1ATS OF BEACHEYP
9.S
KATHERINE STINSON.
Katherine Stinson, young aviatrix,
promises to duplicate the upside down
feats of Lincoln Beachey during the
exposition and congress of woman's
achievements, to be held under the au
Kid Marvel
Loses Game
Ehmke, the Los Angeles
Wonder, Drops His Frist
Game in Nine, but His
Team Retains the Lead.
Standing of the Clubs.
Club- Won. Lost. Pet.
Los Angeles .................. 41 32. .562
San Francisco .......... 41 33 .554
Venice ........ ............. 3 3 .543
Portland ....... ....... 31 31 .500
Sacramento ......... ... 30 37 .448
Oakland .......... ............ 27 43 .386
Boy Lbsaes.
San Francisco, June 14.--Howard
Ehmke, the 17-year-old pitching mar
vel, broke his string of eight straight
victories and took his first defeat of,
the season when Los Angeles lost the
first game of today to San Francisco,
BIy winning lt :afternoon gaitme also,
score 3 to 0, San Francisco clambered
back into second place.
Morning game- .L It. E.
Los Angeles .................... ........ 1 3 4
San Francisco ................. 3 7 3
Batteries -- Elmnke and Boles;
Standridge and ('larkie.
Afternoon gamne- It. I. E.
Los Angeles .............. ..... 0 3 1
San Irnm-isc, ................ 3 i 1
B3ntteries--Chech and M\leek; Fan
ning and Sepullveda.
Two Blanks.
L.os Antgelt. .l1e It.- ,ar nttlento
and Vmenle ic it ited ltdays -double
header and thel series still stands
even. .ilacr.raunto took the mumorning
game at Vmnice, L to 0, while tile
Tigers won the afternoon con test, 6
to 0. 'cores:
Mornting game-- 11. II. K.
Sacramento . .......... 1 5 ]
Venice ................... 3 0
Batteries- Stromtd anld Rtohrer; .le
harty and Elliott.
Afternoon gamtte- It. II. E.
Sacramento .......... 0 6 1
Venice .......... 6 11 2
Batteries--lIlawlitler, ('aldtell and
Rohrer; litt and Bliss, Elliott.
Pulling Up.
Portland, June 14,-Portland now
stands .500 ill thIe percentage as the
result of two more Victories from
Oakland today. Int the first game of
the afternloonl P'ortland p)ulled away,
6 to 3. The second contest, which ex
tended over 11 innings, was won by
the stick work of Ryan and Deane.
First game-- I. ]I. E.
Portland ............................. 6 11 2
Oaklat d tl... ............ .. .... 3 8 2
IBatteries---Krause and Yantz; Ables,
Killilay tand Mitze.
Second game- R. 11. E.
Portland .................... 3 9 2
Oakland ......... ......... 2 7 1
Batteries---Itigginbottha m and IBrene
gan; Prough and Alexander.
AMERICAN ASS'N. .
Standing of the Clubs.
Club-- W.n. Lost. Pet.
M ilwaukee ........... ........ 30 22 .577
Indianapolis 30 "6 .36
Indianapolis ................... 30 26 .536
Louisville ............ 30 25 .545
Cleveland ........................ 29 27 .518
Columbus ........................ 27 29 482
Kansas City ............... 29 29 .500
St. Paul ............ 26 31 .456:
Minneapolis ................ 23 27 .460
Columbus, 0; Kansas City, 3.
Milwaukee, 0-0; Cleveland, 2-2.
- Indianapolis, 16-0; Minneapolls, 4-2.
St, Paul, 0-1; Louisville, 1-5,
spices of the Woman's Association of
Commerce at the Coliseum in Chicago,
June 13 to 20. She will loop the loop
an't do the tail glide and other new
sensational aerial stunts.
Great Game
to Spokane
Indians.Are Climbing Back
but Van'couver Has Such
a Lead as to Be Seemingly
Safe.
Standing of the Clubs.
Clubs- Won. Lost. Pet.
Vancouver ........................42 17 .712
Spokane .................5........ 35 25 .583
Seattle ....................... 29 23 .558
Victoria ............. .............20 28 .417
Portland ............................23 36 .390
Taco a ..............................23 "9 .371
Errorless.
Seattle, June 14.-Stanley held Seat
tle to two hits and Spokane won the
game, 3 to 0. Spokane played error
less ball. A feature of the game was
a triple play by which Seattle shut off
a run in the eighth.
Score- R. H, E.
Spokane . ........................ 3 7 0
Seattle ...................................... 0 2 1
Batteries-Stanley and Altman;
Dell and Cadman.
Eight Straight.
Tacoma, June 14.-Vancouver made
it eight straight this afternoon when
they took the locals into camp by a
score of 7 to 2. Hall was wild, but
was effective with then on bases.
Score- R. 11. E.
Vancouver .- , ................... 7 12 2
'Tacoa .... ............ 2 9 4
ltoatteries--~l14ll and Cheek;, Jones
and lHarris, Brottem.
The Theaters
The Star.
"Th11 lis.,tler in Shaft 19," is the
title of a most exciting mine story
which will appear in three parts on
the screen at the Star theater this
evening and tomorrow night. The pic
tllre is of unusual sort, and shows
in detail the working of the machinery
of a big coal mine. They are novel
scenes, these, which show the under
workings of a coal mine, portraying
the actions of the characters in the
play both above and below the earth's
crust. It is a different type of picture
and all the more interesting for that.
The story deals chiefly with the action
of a brave mining engineer, who saves
hits employer from ruin and poverty.
Love figures prominently, of course,
and the whole fabric of the plot is
Powerfully woven and splendidly re
Piroduced. One reel of comedy will
complete the Star's offering for Monr
day amnd Tuesday.
At the Bijou.
The three inusical melody kings,
"The Shirleys," vaudeville's premier
musical entertainers, open their three
day engagement at the Bijou theater
tonight. These three aristocrats of
melody use wonderful novelty instru
llnntsll, playing melophunes, elari
phones, cello and clarinets, airphones,
saxophones, also the wonderful call
4phone. This) act is a big feature at
traction, with beautiful electrical ef
fects, special scenery and settings and
magnificent costumes. Four reels will
be shbwn on the picture program, the
World's two greatest news films, Pathe
Weekly' and Hearst-Sellk Weekly, with
interesting live news tbpics from a11
parts of this big busy gldbe. The coin
edy picture, a Biograph, "Pat Cahey'a
Case," is some laugh - provoker, and
"The Road of Plaindale" is an inter
esting dramatic,
BALTIMORE - 4i#AGO ENGAGE*
MENt B a E rf.'FiRE ENOUGH'
EM*ROGLIO.
MARSANIKES A JUMP
Discontented CiriTlnitati Man Shows
Up in the Feder.l"Ranks With a St.
Louis Unie on His.Manly Form.
Standlgtd *he Clubs.
Clubs- Won. Lost. Pct.
Baltimore ............ ........26 19 .578
Chicago ......... .......27 23 .540
Buffalo .......... .......24 21 .533
Brooklyn .........................20 23 .465
Pittsbutrgh .......:.......:.........21 26 .444
Indianapolis ...................24 23 .511
St. Louis ......... ...............24 29 .45K
Kansas City ......:....:.:.,..24 98 .4&6
Blank for IBlank.
Chicago, Jt.ne i.--Baltimore and
Chicago: blanked eagh other in a doc::
ble-header todat.i. Chcago winnthig the
first gene, .4 t Q,; .ad Baltimore thf
second, 2 tod 5. .A..col~tfsoh betiveeº
Zeider of Chtcdgo atan Walsh of Ball
tlmore started ·t~gdt.Ients ..i ang thb
players in the fisat" -game, into which
Umpire BuOIh 'wif sB awn, Mid t~dfore
the game was wi :'he had, explled
Manager Ki abe,. Vian, Walsh, Ddolair
and Simmons. Scores:
First game- R. H. E.
Baltimore ................................0 5 0
Chicago ...................... .. 4 9 1
Batterfes-Wfllilfri and Jacklftschi
Lange and Wilson.;
Seconmd geil-`- " R. H. E.
Baltimore ........ ........... ..... 2 7 6
Baltimore ................. ........ 0' 4 1
Ba'tteriesQuinti and Russell; Wat
son, Fisk and Block.
A Ju.ger.
St. Louis, June 14--Armando Mar
eanb, who wat t Sd Vdl d' by the Cin
cinnati Nationals : 10 days ago,
"jumped" to'the St. .ouis Federals to=
day. Buffalo won from. the locals, 9
to 2. MMaria.n' i*'ing at shbrtstop
was sensational . at;si
Scor-- . -n 'B. R. . E.
Buffalo .................... .2 2......... 9 IT 2
St. Louis ................... .. ..... 4 1
BattlrbS--I-rap Wnd" Blair; La
vigne, Willett, W6lcqi4 Simon.
Sundays Swats.
Indianapolis, June ...14--Indianapolis
batted" the' offerings of tio 'Pltts'
Beginni Tomorrow
th e wil appear in this newspaper a
remarkable series of advertisements fe,
tu..rg Prince Albert Tobacco--"th
national joy smoke.'
This publicity is the most notable, from
the standpoint of illustrative treatment
and reading interest, that it has ever
been our pleasure to print.
Prince Albert advertising has long been
a feature of the country's magazines,
and it is so original and appealingly
human, .i both picture and text, that
people everywhere follow it with keen
est interest.
you. will f t1i ads. in the forthc.
ie: series ieat.. ted with rematkable
chara rdes s by ari repute, and
t8 f beey, snappy talks which you
1l deigtt to rea. . Watch for themz
t ..
Ob4ers for 18 bt o
r4. Moeel3 d i
es until the seventh.'
Score-- R. I. E,
Pittsurgh ..h. ý. ........... 4 Al 1
a i a .:.............::. 11 18 1
Batteries - Barger, Adams and
Berry, Kerr; Moseley and R*tiden,
Reaq T e
T hia Phtis
Murray Pulls a Spectacular
Finale for t.e Glory of.the
Game and the Advande ".
Her Standing.
Standing of the Clubs.
C(hba-- - "o. 'iLost, Pot.
Ogden ...............................24 18 .57-1
Salt Lake .....................28 18 ;x561
Boise "................... ...........2§ i9 .548
Murray ,...............................2' 18 .5tb
Butte .........::.........................18 24 .429
Helena .............................13 25 .842
Thrille..
Salt Lake, June 14,-(Special.)-In a
thrlling fhiish, Murray tobk today's
gadte in the ;ninth ih.in,' after '~wd
were out, beating Boise~ S t'i . '.
score was tied at two in the 'ninth;.
there were two on-Thornton with a
single and :Auer (bWl a gn ltetiod~i
base on balls; Citýr.i -wdit4"tt in.'tb
iinch-hi. for Sfiberaiand met the first
ball Melter pitch~d, slatatirilg. iout a
clean inigle attd iesidfng fii the `'in
riing run..
Score- R. Hl. BE.
Murray ................................... 3 10 1
Boise ....................................... 2 9 1
Batteries-Shader and Auer; Melter
and Weaver.
One-Sided.
Butte, June 14--Ogden today took a
one-sided game from Buittd, 15 'to 5.
The visitors hammered Robinson all
over the lot in a 'eatureless game.
Score- .U . .
Butte ................:..................... 5 O 2
Ogden ...................................... 15 21 .4
Batteries - Robinson, 'immerman
and Lewis: Galaano ad Ss6aq'ocgh.
Helena Wins.
Helena, June 14.-Salt Lake made a
grelt bid for today's game, When five'
m'enn were put over the plate in th'e
fifth inning, but from that round on
Blfobra kept the GCrils in check, While
hi, teamnaitei anneied enou'gh rld.
to win out, 6 to 5.
Score- R. H.' E.
S'alt Lake ............................ 5 101 3
Helena ..................................... 6 14 1
Batteries-Schultz, Allen and Mo
Cldih;' BelforGd and Crittenden.
The word .has made a lot of prog
ress$ but there have nevef" been any
improvements made on wheelbarrows
anrd kissli.g.
Fighter Who to ! . Dton chestee
to *oeii gto t
_ ...,E "·a'i3: ,: ,:ýI`E.
It sounds incredible, but ii " ONa'
nuts" Schieberl 1iisobu~ia !eas 2lI
have the privilege o seeig a bby vI
ijas never lost a decisnI, thoi6$h "be
has fought in 64 b'ttles. ft'fi of
srf'Oh dynamic energy iid titrlesd
alid has so many styles of ffglViii
th't his opponents never',can 8,6
what will come nekt.
He' has waded tfdugh n~earsy a of
the featherweight like> a drnl~ i`
pion. He fights all th'e t6.dr t a
fBat Nelson says, "he' 4i.fvs t
goods,"
W' as Blind at 8ievt.4
At? bie time, litei t tet ages of
6 and 7 years, 85 '' ii.'1 *a .s iid' e
blind, his eyesight bI ate e a
been hit on the Ieit.I" t . d:', ~x
while at play. Lud flhf, ai d feli=
Vton resulted in '.1,&rf .1ibi'"2bi
'"Peanuts" has bie6hli i' men 'freak
b'potss, At one t1it~ d , il',e
ftg, just bfdi'e' ti
match with Schlel ' flittkedf ouf'e '
Carl Henderson, whib ha f~ti.ht 4'
Anderson, Wildcat'l fi.. a' 'ii.ti. e e
oXs =other leaders, if*'ti fight' eth
was. substituted. After ' ohh of tW;i
hardest battles o~' hit caeer,', ?ea
Xiuts'" won, from fleidersbei ,
The youngster f'66 l.iow what!
fear means. He "@i#:'c 6disiobiro.v
Ollie Bishop of St.dLWotrfl hftei"'hb .i.'l
been dropped six= tinireaih the flrti
round. He went in6 tflih figt_ -g w
a high fever and aftetbvafis jh fW -'
ledi frOm the ring. 'lPle e.eroisese i
tb bireak the fever," horiverr " 'id.
afterthe battle Schieberl w's all fight:
A flbating knee-cap' resulifd fi'trn fhis
falls in the first round and for a tiME'
it was thought that he would have t6
give up the game. :ut again his `luck.
asserted itself and, with the aid of 'i
doctor, he got over the- injury in'tfhe..
weeks.
Juist now "Peanuts" has the amfi
tioi"'nursed by al 'featherw'eghts of
boxing Champion Johnny Iilbane be
fore his increasing bulk froes ' in
into the lightweight class. This' is'hils
professional ambition, but he hb"M an
other which he doei not impart to
everybody.
Remembers His Mother.
Down in Rock Island, Ill:, there is
a little flaxen-haired wo.imn whk is
just as proud of her son as any wom
an could well be. Even though "'ek
i~uts" has made. his own way .lMost of.
his itf be he hs not forgotten, thie' care
and attention given him when he sof
fe~ed affllctton in the form of blipsd
hess in ~its yduth.
He has bought a $3,000 home for his
nother and is workIng hard to pay o''o
h 3e 1 arnings.
ý,#o'mof lrewill havq
ý`ba be ped iiid
e ¶n b boy V .e beat of
est. The
ee labeled
1 d: RS 1
tetterf retiatn~in ,1~a>led in the
MIfMsbilta pbMa . i ending'
`" $ `: i c 1r8; } j:t C arle
n e<l ktnaj w.ra'e , Geokge
A ~1. ~'la era.: J lib doDs ,JlrrW ti'
l b. s in Ve . nrrfl Mrs.
MraS0 . t&a.a 7hI
8t YA~n HeergBi;' tP r, k tield.
Mrs.t 3. Mnn, 4 rs.y
"Ql. d. M . ard·SI Wed Moore,
.Mr. 11if her `Ol McG~urka
A. SatN blePo'tmater.
8t ii, hn, `EeeherS1ibtifieid.
tclai"1ie W aPdinaj}, 1 hsrtin: G. Wag
ner.
Mrs. J. M. yqoung.
Regina Ran `Y
A. I:d s7,Potmaster.
FREE t A DE,
La Guaira, Venezuela, June 14.-The
go4diitrie'nt" has beet p:' tlitioned by,
lz'i matri~tacitlrers to red.uce the duty
on- cott.in sebe bMi, the custom tax of
which is $$0.28 pet 100 pounds.
Trinidad; l'ne 1i4: .- t Iidian mert
chanrts doing b..inesW " With Canada,
di~jiin~< tbhat the arrival of drafts
bef6re `ood..i diei s a source
of I discfuozt kedtilet; 4 to ' Usiness with
th~e Dominthft. '

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