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THE BEPUBLIC: THURSDAY. MAY 22, 1902.
200 People 'he Hair A healthy hair will quarter of a pound. There are 120, 000 of these on the head. Figure it out. It is equivalent to holding an audience of 200 people weighing 150 pounds each! That doesn't , seem possible, but it's so. It doesn't seem possible, either, that Ayer's Hair Vigor can restore color to gray hair; but it does re store it, and every time, too. It also stops failing of the hair and keeps the scalp clean and healthy. " Yocr wonderf ul Hair Vigor has been used for the past three years. It keeps the scalp healthy and vigorous, and has produced a luxuriant trrowth cf hair of which I am indeed very proud." -Mrs. L. : JIM. AE Dtok!". NATIONAL LEAGUE. CHICAGO -J, PHILADELPHIA tl. H5t 'Wert- AbiiDt Keenly Divided Punt Ileldlnc "Winn the (lame. Chicago, May "l. The hits to-day were about evenly divided Chicago wen by fat fielding. Attendance l.luu. Score: Chicago. l'hlladelp Ma. H.O. All.H.U.A ii Alt. .A.E. 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 Marie. If... 3 1 1 0 , Thcma. rf. Jcnc. ct... t 3 2 0 Heater. 3b.. 2 0 2 5 Concalion.rf 4 1 1 0 Xlint. c. ... 4 13 3 o i llrown. It... 4 0 . I'ouUas. lb. 3 0 Harry, rf.... 2 0 Jarklltch. c. 3 1 Ilulswllt. . 4 0 . llallman. 2b 4 0 1 Chllds. 2b... 4 Lowe. Hi. .40621 srllacen. lb 3 0 1) 1 0 Tinker s. . 4 1 2 2 0 1 fct. Vraln. . 2 0 0 S 0 Total. 30 7 27 16 1 Dusleby. p.. 2 Totals .. it 111 1 3 "hlea.-o 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 ..4 J'Mladelpbla 0 0 0 1 0 I 0 1 03 Loft on hast. Chicago i, rtillaJelphla. 4. To baee hits Kline 1. Harry 1- Sacrlilce hits Dexter 1 Jacklltch 1. Dugglebv 1 etclcn banes O" Hal-en 1. Double plays Tinker. lf and O'lla ir.n. 1. Kilns and Deiter. 1. Struck out By St. Vraln 3. by Dustlebv I Passed balls Klltm 1 lian on ball OS St. Vraln 2. off DUEKleby 3. Wild pitches Ft. Vraln 1. Time One hour anl Twenty minutes. Umpire O'Day. I-ITTSIIIIU; 3. NEW YOIIIC 4. Jinn From First to Home on a Two llnKirera Y Inn the Camr, Pittsburg, May 21. Taylor -was put out of the came when the sixth inning Ms half over, four hits and two runs having been made. Mathewson hit a batter, who scored on Lajder's wild throw. Mathewson scored ihe winning run bv running from first to home on Doyle's two-bagger. Attendance. S.100. Score: rittsturc. New York. Alt.H.O.A.E VHalfn. cf.4 13 0! Doyle, lb.... 4 1 5 1 t Jones, rf.. ..4 1 4 0 a llowfnr.an.c.4 2 6 11 Lauder. 3b ..1 1 1 2 I Jackson. lf..4 V i o Smith, 20....4 loll Bean, s 3 0 0 3 1 AH.H.O.A.U Darts, rf. 0 0 Com-oy. a 4 llcuumont.cf.S Waetier. If.. .4 llransrd. lb.i llurke. 2b.. ..2 Leach. 3b 4 Hmlth. c 4 TanneMU, p.3 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 14 0 oil n 0 19 2 11 0 o 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 2 Taylor, p.. -.3 Mathews n.p.o 0 0 0 0 Totals ....S3 7 27 5 5 Totals ....30 4 27 IS 0 nttaburs 1 10 0 0 0 10 0-3 Is'evr York 0 2 0 1 V V 0 1 04 Karned runs Plttsburjr 1. New York 1. Two base bits Doyle 1. Bowerman 1. Smith 1. Three base hits Warner 1. Home runs I-ach 1. Stol en bases Davis 1. Double play Rurke and ilranslleld 1. riret bas on balli Off Taylor 4. ff MaUwrrson 1. Hit 03- pitched ball Ily llathewnon J. by Tannehlll 1. Struck out Bt TannehlU 2. by Taylor 2. ty llalhewson 1. Wild pitch TaylOT 1. Time rt came-One hour and fifty minutes. Umpire Emslle. CINCINNATI 1, nn.OOKl.YX ft. Ilahn Ixtaea the Context by .llnfT nml IVIld Tlirow. Cincinnati. Hay 4. Ilahn lost the frame to-dny to Brooklyn through his two er rors, a muff and a wild throw. Kttpon kept the hits well scattered at all times. Ilahn also pitched fair ball. Attendance, 1(0. Score: Cincinnati. I Rrooklyn. AB.H.O.A.K. AU.H.O.A.C. Jlov. cf 4 0 3 0 0 1 Dolan. cf... S 1 3 0 0 Dofjbs. If... 4 3 3 0 0 Ke-ler. rf... 4 1 2 3 0 Reckley. lb 4 0 10 0 0 Sheckard. It 4 I 4 0 0 CtawforJ.rf 4 0 1 ft 0 ( McCreary.lD 3 0 s 1 1 Itacoon. 2b 4 1 1 1 0 Dahlen. ... 4 2 1 1 1 5orcran. s 4 2 3 2 1 . Flood, s 3 113 0 ttelnfeld, 2b 3 1 Z 3 0 I Irwin. 3b.... 4 12 2 0 Pelt, c... 4 2 3 0 I KarrelU c... 4 16 2 0 llatn. p.... 3 0 0 12. ICIston, p... 41010 Totals 34 9 37 10 3 Total. 35 10 17 11 2 Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 Rrncilyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0-3 To-base hits Magoon 1, Sheekard 1. Three baie hits Dobbs 1. Htolen bares Reckley 1, Khckard 1. Dahlen 1. Ftnick out Ry Hahn 1. by KItson X Time One hour and forty-five minute-?. Umpire Cautillon. -WESTnrsx league. Knnicn City 7. Ieorla O. Kan.as City. Mo., May 21. By miperb pitch ing Nlchois scored a shutout against Peoria to tiay. Rain stopred the game at the end of the eighth inninc. Attendance, 200. Score: R. H. n. Kansas City 0 0 2 110 3 07 13 0 Peoria 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 00 S 1 Batteries: Nichols and Medltt; McGill and fhafsull and Hays. M. .loKenli-MHTvuiikee Gnrne Cnlled. Ft. Joseph. Mo.. May 21 -The fame with Mil waukee was railed in the second inning to-day en account of rain. OniHlin. CSnme IciHtponeil. Omaha. Neb . May 21. Omaha-Denver game jartponed: rain. AJIKItlCAX ASSOCIATION. Kiinsnn City ."., Louisville 11. Kanras City. Mo . May 21. With the score 14 to 3 In Louisville's favor in the fifth innlnsr. Umpire "Ward awarded the game to Lu'sville because he thought the Kansas Cltv players ere trylnr; to delay the game until the ap proaching rainstorm should stop it. Score: Kansas City 2 0 1 0 .. 3 3 1 Louisville 7 0 3 0 4-14 17 Batteries Gibson. Gear and Beville; Kerwln and Shrlver. Mlnnenpnlla ft, Colnmbns 1. ;.tinneapolis. May 21 Luther was well sup ported to-day, and managed to hold Columbus down to seven hits and a single run. Columbus batted hard In the ninth, but a sensational double play by Zalusky and rnyle retired tin, side. At tendance. 300. Score: Minneapolis 0 2 0 1000 03 7 2 Columbus 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 01 7 s Battenea: lAither and Zalusky; Pfeister and Tox. Xo Gatme at MIlTrankee. Milwaukee. t"la.. May 21 Itllwaukee-Indlanap-c!ls faros postponed on account of rain. St. Paul C, Toledo S. EL Taol. Minn.. Mar 2L St. Paul won from Toledo to-day throurh Rood pitching by Cogaa, who made bis first appearance with the home I jjiigmjmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmim aaaaaaaaaia-iaal Ml X T"TT"""r" t . - . . JMJiXjfMMEk-saaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaTaTaaaaTaWsajsTJssasas saTaW IBssssT H saatjasaV lTgajSp---4 T)Uj A Whsmt-MaJt Foed Liked br CKfWren who Lik. no otKer CreaJ NcnirieHirti? Easily Digestd uiJI.,, IrilSW i v a Masaaaaaaassa4saaaaajsaajaaasaasaasaaasjfaaaaaaaasaaas V- " V r support one- team this season, lie received errorless support. Attendance, S3L Fcore. It. II. li Kt Paul 0001(1103 -j 10 0 Toledo ft 0 o o " 2 (l 0 02 G 2 Batteries Copin and Tierce, Ilusfce and Klel now. lies Moines II, Colorado Sprinjrrt CI. lcs Moir.es. la.. Vuy il. Colorado riprlnps non from lies Moines In the second game of the series here to-day. Scon: It. H. E Ds llnines 1 n n 0 0 0 1 0 02 C 2 Colorado Sprtnrs. .100010 10 03 S 1 liatterltn: Morrison and Hanon; Neumeer and Arthur Tliree-I Lenfoie.' At Rookfonl Rnckford 7. Dectaur At I'.nck Island Rock Island 2. llloomlngton 1, tv.eiic Inning. At Daenpo-t Davenport S. Terre Haute 7. At Cedar Rapids Cvaiuvlile 12. Cedar Rapids 4 College Bnscbnll. At New- Haven Yale 12. Ivhich 2. At Lafaettt Purdue 10. Indiana 0. Southern Assorlnitlon. At Chattanoopa MemrM. 7 Chattanooga 2. At Nashville Nashville 11. Little- Rock 3. At Atlanta Atlanta 5. Ptrevtport 0. jtpdnlln. Defeated .Topllii. IIPWDLir SPECIAL. Jop'ir. Mo May 21 sedalla shut out Joplin to-day Score. 9 to 0. Springfield j), Jefferson Clly T. ItBPCIlLIC SPKCIAU Sprintfleld. Mo., May 21 In the Missouri Val ley League. Sprinrneld defatril JrfTeron C1TJ by a scot of J to 7. Sprlmclleld Hits. 8: errors 2; battery. Porter. Moore and Schmidt JenVr sen City Hits. u: errors, 3; batterv. Shepard. Cartwrifiht and Shrast. Minor Gnmen. nnprnur special. Natches. Miss., May 21. At Vicksburs Natrhcs 2. Vicksbun; 0 At Raton Rouge Baton Rouse 3. Oreenvllle 0 P.nrUBUC STEC1AL. Vickibure. Mis. irn- el Vlrlchr Irtet tn. day after a hard-fought Kame. Score. 2 to 0 ( Natchez "rooters" won mot. than J1.0O on tiu I Eame. rle of thre Kamea to follow Raton Rouve shut Greenlllc out with thiee runs to her own credit in Raton Rouge to-day. Amittciir UnNelinll Note.. The August Kerns defeated the Hanan Baker team Sundav by a score of 14 to 12. Man ager Pete Gunn would lie to bear from out-of-town teams wl-hinr games. He may le ad-drcs-d at the Locled. Gas Light Company. The Rn.. Hills would like a gam with some Ford club for Sunday. Mav 23. the Victor Re,ls, Shanks Brothers, Orphan Bos or M.. K. &. T.'s preferred The club mav be addressed at No. 1H3 Chouteau avenue. ' H A. Elbrechs. manager of th Dojson Brauns, would like a rame with ssme out-of-town team for Sunday He may be addressed at No. 121S Sullivan aienue. Herman Kuhn of No 3115 Iowa street, men i.ger of the Rough Riders, would like to hear frim teams in the 11 and 12 year old class. The Tally-Ho Club has open date, for May 23 and June 1. The team ha- I en strengthened by the addition of new players recently, and would like to hear from cut-of-town teams. Ad dress J. Lindsay, rr.amger. No. 2037 Clark ave nue. Charles Hers of No. 902 South Fourth street manager of the Marguerite Dramatic Club team, would like to hear from some good baseball nine for a game Sunday. The Lone stars have organized for the sea son, and would like to hear from all comers In the 13 and 14 years old classes J. Gasnz of No. 2207 Indiana avenue, is manager. II. M. Douclsse. No. C3i Franklin avenue, man ager of the plstt ft Thornburt Taint Company nine, would like to arrange games with the Vane-Calverts. A- A. Ebcrsons. Reck-Corhltts. Sllgo Iron Stores or Mever Brother.. Th rt a T. team ! composed of J. Doue!as. left field; i, summer, iniru oase; . uooiey, catcher- M. DoutIas. short: Oorge Telken pitcher; II p riatt. flrrt base; p Smith, right field: n tv Sample, second bape; T. Peat, center CeM; T. Hlggins. L. lirou.ter and C Wilson, substitutes. AVon the Athletic- Ilonorn. r.EPuni.ic SFECIAL. Ma-shall. Mo.. May 21 Bayllrs Rtor, son of Alf Rector of Marshall, won the fi"st -rii:e at the Ml'.curi Valley College field exercl.es aa all-rcund athlete. Teins Chnmplona Win AkuIii. REPURLIC SPECIAU rvirslcana. Tex.. Mav 21. The Texa League Champions won the secend reme of Iwll from Waco. 3 to 1. Cnrslcana has played twenty two games and loat only four. .c!lool of Milieu Shnt Ont. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Rolia Mo.. May 21 The Ibanon team met the Fehool of Mines baeba!l team on the ground, of the latter and were shut cut by a score of 5 to 0. The feature of the game was the pitching of Kepler of the Fehrol of Mines, ho struck out nine men and allowed only two bits. Ilowllnfr. Schedule. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Games carded for to-nleht In the local cocked hat toumam.rt are: Woortward-Tleroan versus Cent-ais on Rnyai alleys. Merchants versus Of fice Men on Crescent alleys. Druggists versus Juniors en Acme alleys. MEDAL CAME AS Sl'llPniSE. Board of Ilenltli (Jetsi Avrnrd From the Pnrla Exposition. Health Commissioner StarklofI yesterday received a certificate from the Commission ers of the Paris World's Exposition con ferring on the Health Department a sliver medal In recognition of an official exhibit mado in the French capital. Doctor Stark loff Is proud of the artistically engraved certificate of award. "I had entirely forgotten about the Paris Exposition," Doctor StarklofI said. "We bad no reirular exhibit there, so I suppose the award was made In appreciation of a lengthy scientific report which we sent to the Commissioners. I was greatly sur prised tc-day upon receiving the certificate and an explanatory letter." BROWNS DEFEATED BY THE SENATORS, Washing on lint tore Use -lark Powell liouglilr at Start aud Obtain a Good Lead. AN EXTRA INNING REQUIRED. MeAleetites Fail to Hunch Hits 0:1 Orth, Except in Fifth In ning, in Which They Tie the Score. sTAxnixn of the cli'us. American league. I National C'.UbK. Lt-ag Clubs. W L. 1 V. I !!l7 ..1". I ..11 1 Pet. .M3 .i'.C .440 .37 .379 3T0 .3W Detroit 12 Philadelphia..!! It E I Pittsburg . I Chicago .. . Xew York. !N)Stnn ... t nicago u s Boston 13 10 St Ixmls 11 9 L'lltlmore ....10 13 Washington. .10 14 Cleveland .. 6 IS I Cincinnati .. II 11 1 11 : Hrookiyn . .417 Philadelphia. .i 1 i. lyirs .. 1 i YESTEIIDAVS GAMEf. American League. 1 National league. Wash'ton S. St Louis 4. Ft. I.-mi Iloston. lain. Chicago 2. Iiuvton 1. t ("hicaro 4. Phlladelp'a 3. Phila 12. Cleveland 11 I New Y-irk 4. Pltt-hurg 3. Petrolt 4. Baltimore 2. Brooktvn 2. tlnclnnatl 1. TO-DAY'S 5iCIli:mi.E. American L'-agUe. N'atlona' League. St Louis at Wah'ton. I Boston at St. Lml Cleveland at Philadel. 1 Pnliadelphla at Ohl-ago. Chicago at Boston ; Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Iietrolt at Baltimore 1 New Y"ork at Pittsburg. REPCBL1C SPECIAI Washington. Slay 21. The SL Louis club made its first appearance of the season In Washington to-day and after a great t,trug gle for ten Innings had to lower its colors to the Senators by the score of ."1 to 4. Uoth teams gave a masterful exhibition of the national game, the Browns fielding perfect ly, and there was Just enough batting to keep the st-ectators keyed up to u high state of excitement throughout the contest. All the old favorites PadJen, Ilurkctt, Anderson, lleldrick, Wallace and Sugden were given a cordial reception by the spec tators. The two ex-National League stars In the twirling line. Powell and Orth. did the pitching, and the former had much the bet ter of the argument, although both were hit hard In spots. Good Mnrt for Senators. Powell seemed to lack ginger In the first nnins and paid the penalty for his llstless ness by allowing the Senators to chase thiee .ur. over the plate. The sixth and tenth ere two other bad Innings for the Ilrown pitcher. At the start off Ityan was given a nase on balls and Wolvertun singled over .econd. Another base on balls to Delehan y filled the bases. Kelster then plunked a ine single into left and liyan and Wolver ;on scored. Delehanty tried to make third jn the play and was nailed at third through a good throw to UeCormlck by Iiurkett. Coughlin followed with a long single into right center and Kelster scored. Tne next .wo batters vtcre easy outs. The score stood at .1 to 0 for four Innings, and as Orth h pltcbing sood ball tne jame looked like a "cinch'' for the Senators in the fifth Captain I'aJdtn and his com panions woke up, and when the dust had jettlfd the lirowns were in the lead, and the spectators settled back to a prospective defeat with a groan. This inning furnished une of the prettiest exhibitions of consec utive hitting seen on the local grounds this seazon. Wallace started the trouble for the Sen ators with a single to left, and 1'adden ham mered a liner It r threi- bates to the c-ub-house, scoring "Ithody." McCormicl: sin gled over s-rcond, scoring .I'adden. and Sug den doubled to left, sending McConiilek home. Orth then made a sensational catch of Powell's short fly, but a moment later hit Burkett. tnd also sent Ueidrick to baso on balls. Maloney hit a slow grounder to Carey, and while he was being put out Sug den crossed the plate with the fourth nil. This Inning tells the tale of the Brown's game, an tney failed to core thereafter. Score Tlf.l In Sixth. In the sixth Coughlin hammered out a triple and scored on Carev's single into center, tying the score. Blanks were hung up until the tenth inning was reached, and the spectators were on their feet veiling like mad when the Senators came to the bat for the last time. Wolverton led off with a nice pinsrle into left and Delehanty soaked one to the center field fence for two bases. Kelster fallowed with a bounder that went over Anderson's head. Wolverton came home, and the game was won. It was a great finish to a splendid contest, the first extra-Inning game of the sason In Wash ington. The score: WASHINGTON. AR. P.. II. O. A. E. Ryan, center field 3 1 0 3 0 0 Wollerton. third bae 5 2 2 2 10 IMehantj. left field 4 0 2 3 0 0 Kelster. rlgrtt Held 5 1 3 4 0 0 tfuKuui!. euna Hint 4 1-340 arrj, i:rn uiutf 4 0 2 11 0 Elv. shortstop 4 o i ? a 0 4 1 0 0 3 0 unu. eaten 4 Orth. pitch 4 0 0 0 0 Totals 2) 12 AH. R. II. O. A. E. Burkett. left field 4 0 13 10 lleldrick, center t.eld 4 0 2 5 0 0 Maloney. right field S 0 0 2 0 0 Anderson, tlrat base 5 0 15 0 0 Wallace, shortstop 5 112 3 0 Padden. second base 6 113 10 McCormick, third base 4 12 2 0 0 Sugden, catch 4 115 10 Powell, pitch 4 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 40 4 9 27 "i "0 Non out when winning run was scored. Washington oonoiOOO 13 St. Louis 0 0OO4O0O0 4 Earned runs Washington 3, Ft. Louis 4 Two base hits Kelster 1. Delehanty 1. Sugden 1. Three-bare hits Padden 1. McCormick 1. Cough lin 1. Stolen bases Coughlin 1 Burkett 1. An derson 1. McCormick 1. Rases on ball Oft Orth 1. off Powell 3. Struck out lly Orth 1, by Powell 2. Ift on bases Washington C. St. Lcuts 7. Time of game One hoir and fifty min ute. Umpire Sheridan. Attendance. 3.OV0. BOSTON 1, CHICAGO Slertea Fnt Ont of Rame for Disputing; a Decision Boston, "May lb Chicago won from Bos ton to-day In a pitchers' battle. Both the Chlcatro men who scored were passed to first bv Winters. Mertes was put out of the game In the fourth inning for disputing a decision. Attendance, 4.C0I. Score: Boston. i Chicago AR.H.O.A.D. AR.II.O.A.E. Parent. ... 3 12 4 0 Strang. 3b.. 3 113 0 Stan., cf... 4 0 3 0 0 Jones, cf 4 0 3 0 0 Collins 3b.. 3 1110 Callahan, rf 4 1 2 0 0 Freeman, rf 3 2 1 0 0 Davis, a 4 1 J 1 0 Hickman. If 3 0 3 0 0 Mertes. It... 2 0 0 0 0 Lachance.lb 3 0 10 1 0 Sullivan, If. 1 0 1 0 1 Ferris. 2b.. 3 0 3 3 1 Isb-11. lb .. 4 1 6 0 0 Crlger. c... 3 0 4 2 1 Dalv. 2h 3 0 4 10 Winters, p. 2 0 0 3 0 McFarland.c 4 17 4 0 Gleason ..00000 Piatt, p 3 1 0 0 0 Totals 27 4 27 14 2 Totals 32 T 17 T T netted for Winters In the ninth. Boston 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 01 Chicago C 10 0 0 10 0 02 Three-base hits Collins 1. Davis 1. Isbell L Double plays Parent and Ferris 1. First base on halls Off Winters 4. Hit by pitched balls Bv Piatt L Struck out By Winters 4, by Piatt . Time One hour and forty minutes. Umpires Johnstone and Carruthera. rUII.AIlEl.l'lllA. lit. CLEVELAND 11. Sej hold's Home Run In Mntli Saves Guine for Home Teuiu. Philadelphia, May 11. Philadelphia de feated Cleveland to-day In u game of see saw. Wlltse was retind at the end of the first, when the visiters made four runs. Husting. who succeeded him. was also hit hard. Toward the latter end Wright was touched up freely. In the ninth I.avc Cress singled and came in on Sevbold's home run drive. Attendance. L'.:13. Score: Cle eland. Philadelphia. Ail H.O.. AT. AiJ.il.U.A.i;. Picker g, cf 4 2 3 0 1 Ilnrtsel, If. .4 rultz. cf....4 Davis. 11 G I Cro-s. 3h,3 Seyhold. rf..4 M Cross, s.4 P..vers, C...4 Castro. 2b. ..4 Wftlsf. r. 0 Busting, p. ,4 Ray. if 4 Hemph'l. If.6 Wood, lb ...4 Honner. 2b.. 5 Rradlcy, 3h.5 Thoney, S...4 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 llemls, C...2 Wilght, p.-.i .2 0 1 0 4 0 Totals ...33 19M4 9 Totals ...3S 14 27 17 4 Winning run made with Cleveland 4 Philadelphia 0 Earned runs Cle eland 7 base h!t Hay 1. Itonner 1. no one out. 0 0 10 2 0 4 0-11 10 0 4 0 3 2 2-12 '. Philadelphia 5. Two Ilartsel 1. Davis 2. L. runs Rradley 1. t-ev- 1. Hnrt.l 1 Viilt- t. -i:-5 1. lusiro 1 nome linlrl 1 Ctnl.n h.au .On., Custro 1. Double plas-r. v and Wool 1 I-'i st 2 off Busting 3. off Hu-tlng 3. by Wright Wright 1. Time Two 1'ftse on bans on wiitse Wrlrht 3. Struck oui lly 2. Wild pitches Wlltse 2. hours. Umpire Connclli . BALTIMORE It, DETROIT -I. Ten-Iunlns: Came Full of Fnxt, Snappy Fielding. Baltimore. M"a 21. In a fast, snappy fielding game to-dov. Detroit defeated Bal timore, after a ten-inning struggle. Deci sions by O'Laughlln. in which both teams fared badly. lncens?d an occupant of th open stand, and the umpire was struck with a beer glass. Kelly was put out of the came for protesting against rulings of O'1-.tughlin. Attendance. 2 S23 Score: Tr-i tl mnr Detroit. AH HO A.E. AII.II.O A.C. McOrnw. 3b 5 2 1 0 0 Selbach. If. 4 1 6 0 0 Kelley, cf 3 0 10 0 Rres'han. cf 10 10 0 W llliams.tb 3 0 110 Barley, if.'! 4 0 10 0 10irr-!f f'r r. 1 1 1 0 llr.lmes rf Blierfeld. s .501 00 0 5 a 0 .. 4 3 3 "1 0 . 3 2 IS 0 0 4 13 10 .. 4 1 0 2 .1 ..3S i 30 3) 1 -cji.iKui, i, J , V v ( J Tllfri , 1 1 eager, 2b airitann.iu 4 x j 1 u t union, lb Cllbert. s .. 3 2 0 4 0 I lliieluw. c Robinson, c 4 0 S 0 0 Mercer, p Hughes, p.. 4 0 1 2 0 1 Totals.. Tctals 34 7 3) 8 0 1 Haltlmoie 2 00000000 0" Detroit u 0 0 0 10 10 0 ? 1 Sacrifice hits Barley 1. Two-base hlt Yeager 1. Three-base hits Selbach 1. Stolen bases Mcflraw 1. Doubl plays i'nev and PUIon ' I'lr-tt tnse on balla On Merter 2. off Hughes 2L Struck out Hy Hughes $. by Mercer 2 Iyft in Inses Haltlmore 4. Iietrolt 6 Time of cane Two hours Umpire O'Laughlin. Dl'.MI.VM ItUPOItTS TO IHIXOVAX. la LargeNt Pitcher on Carillnnl StntT Boston I'lnys To-Dny. , The Cardinal twirling staff was swelled to six men yesterday whin Wiley Dunnam, the Columbus pitcher, report--1 to Jla.inger Donovan. Dunham arr-ved from "Minneapo lis and appears to 'je Ti sh-ip- to g. on the tiring line at any time. He Is 11 big fellirv and If size In any ird'c-'tu-i cf ipetd. M should be able to "bum 'em tip." He s probably as tall as Vie Willi., the big Bos ton pitcher, and of abou: the same nui'.d as I'at Donovan, who is no m dget. The new man made a good Iinrii ession and the strength he will udd to the team "".l o especially valuable at this time, whnn the Cardinals have brint prospects of ifaving three of four teams beh.b.I m the race. Dunham is an old friend of Bob Wicker's both having been m"mbcrs of the Daion club in the old Insterstato Arsoclallon. It is Leter than even money tnat the Prown! wil! turn the tables on the Sf-.n-t.irs to-Cay. Beidy :iay go :o the slab, thi-ugh it :s more bk?'v tv.at Sudhoff will he selected. Orth is about the btst that Wash ington has to offer ! a pltchln,: way. Tne Senators are batting well, Hele'iantv, Kis ter and Wolverton all doirg tl.tlr ihare. Joe Sugtlen probably will do 'he ct'hng. Loftus. by the way. stems to I avc p rke-J up a prize in Lew Drill, the Oer.rgctown law student, who n.t vau-tlit all but two games for the Senators. "Bridget" Dona hue Is still on the hosptttl I'st but Bill Clark v U join the team next week to l!p in the catching derailment. Since the Browns left St. Ij"-jis there ins been a notable decline in ihe hlttinj- or Burkett and Hoidrick. while Hairy lcCi-r-mlck is showing imieh improvement. Ac cording to teports, .IcC011n12k has trar.ed off some of his surplus (b h and is plaj inc a much better fllellng gam.- also. tic retary Iledgt-s says tha: in tin- Io.'ia game at Chicago Sunday "McConri'ck l-ullej off some Fensational play11 Itarrv -oul.-i al ways h't a fair clip, though he is generally a bit s'.ow in getting started. Jo Sugdru. too, had been get'lnj; his -:ngles rignt along. Harry Bay, who was released by Cincin nati la-tt week, has signed with Cleveland and made his first appearance as a Blue bird at Philadelphia yesterday. As the city of Phlladtlphla belongs to Colonel John 1. Uogers. i"lmer Flick had to cut the town out of his Itinerary and Bav took his place in tho field. Flick will rejoin the team in Washington. Bobby Wood is playing first nnd no one seems to know what has be come of Schreckengost slnee he was piv-n the g. b. by Armour. Gochnaur Is doing bench duty and Thoney is lining the snort field position. Gochnaur did not maintain the pace he hit in the games here. Our old friend Davy Jones is doing his shate to win games for Chicago. Out of four times up yesterday Davy swatted the ball -thrice for singles. The action of the Nntlonal League club owners In refusing to entertain reace prepo sitions from the American League apparent ly has nettled Ban Johnson. In the inter view given out by Johnson in Chicago Mon day he. made disclosures that bear out sus picions of last winter. It was known that he held a -consultation with Spalding at Atlantic City and it Is Iwlieved he talked to John T. Brush, who opposed Spalding's candidacy for the presidency of the Xattona' League. It therefore seems that if the American League had combined with either faction, the other four clubs would have been left out In the cold. "Hart has been largely responsible for this feeling between the lengues." said Johnson. "We never touched a player until after Hart had shown his hand. We warned Boblson on the St. Louis question. We made the National League what Is Is to-day by Ignoring both factions and realizing that the good of the game lay In two leagues operating In this territory." The plea of amalgamation suggested by the Spalding faction was to include the American league clubs In St. Louis nnd Boston In a circuit composed of Chicago, St. Louis, Boston. Philadelphia. Brooklyn, Pittsburg. Washington and Baltimore, leav ing out Messrs. Freedman. Brush, Roblson and Soden. The other faction wanted to combine the rival clubs in St. Louis and Boston and fin out the circuit with Cincin nati. New York, Baltimore. Washington and the American league clubs in Chicago and Philadelphia. If Johnson's statements are facts then one-half of the present club own ers in the Nntlonal League were ready last winter to put the others iut of business. "Jim Hart need have no fear of playing Davy Jones In St. Louis," said Secretary Hedges of the Browns yesterday, "for we will not molest him. I don't think It would be a hard matter to get Jones bnck. but I don't bellf ve that his return would be pleas ant for either the club or the player. "Ban Johnson was not dreaming when he said that we have another trump card which we are about to play against the National League. It won't be very long now until we spring something. "That seventeen-lnnlng game at Chicago Sunday beat any game I ever saw for spec tacular features. That night the players looked as If they had been put through a wringer. Mr McDIormld. ono of our Cin cinnati stockholders, watched the game and several times I thought I would have to throw Ice water on him. I never saw a man so excited over a game. Every man played as If his life depended on 1L That was a nerve-racking game for Jimmy Jlc Aleer. First he took off his coat and then his vest "and sat bareheaded out In the sun on a box in front of the bench, crossing and VSA" .5k:E2W SXW , 1 TO The Wabash Line Has Inaugurated Through Sleeping-Car Service Between Leave St. Louis Arrive Denver - - - - Arrive Colorado Springs Arrive at Pueblo - - - Ticket Office, uncross'ng his legs. I believe If we would have lost McAleer would not have spoken to me for a month. "Frank Donahue pitched wonderful ball. In the last six innings he was in some tight olaces. and when he uuiled out of them he was cheered by the crowd Wc had Just as many rooters as the White Stockings. i Jimmy Callanun d.d great wurK. Thev may talk about Griffith, but I regard Callahan , as one of the best pitchers in the country. 1 as he is a good batter and never lose.- his nerve. 1 "That night when I bid the boys goodby I on the train Burkett said: 'I guess you I don't want me any more. I'm north about j :' cent". Seven times up and not a hit.' it I hurts the old bov to think that he failed to I do anything with his bat In those seven chances. "I'm sorry now that we didn't enforce our claim to Pete Husting. He has pitched two games for Boston and four for Philadel phia and has yet to lose At present he is Mack's star twirler," continued Mr. Hedges. "I saw Henrv Kiil!lea in Chicago nnd told 1 him that I thought Husting's services were worth a good piece or money to me. ivii lilea regards Husting as one of the five test pitchers in the country. But Connie Mack needs h m and 1 ruess he will keep him. though later on in the season I mayo pres our claim to him Mr. Killilea think that Beidy Is the best warm-weather pitcher in the league. He probably will take h's regu lar turn from now on. He finished out two games at Chicago nnd did nicely. We are perfectly satisfied with Heidy and there Is r.o danger of his being released." Husting and Heldv were members of the Milwaukee team of the American League last year, the club being owned by the Kll lllea brothers. Husting was transferred to Rt I-ou's! -with the rest of the Brewers. but Jupt beforo the reason opened received a better offr from Mr. Klllllea. who owns the majority of stock in the uoton Ameri can League club. With five good pitchers at his command Manager McAler did not i feel like pressing a claim for th services i of Husting. but there was a protest filed I with President Johnson on which no ac tion hao been taken. EJdle Wheeler. Brooklyn's utility Inflelder. has won the distinction of being the most hnnt-st ball player In the country. Manager Strocbel has made the discovery. When ' the Brooklvns were in Boston Wheeler 1 asked Hanlon to let him go to Toledo on the condition that he return to Brooklyn next year. In tli menntlme. he had cor- ' responded with Strocbel. and the latter I sent Wheeler halt a dozen telegrams. Then Hanlon refused to let Wheeler go. and the I player sent Stroebel $2 to cover the cost of I the telegrams Stroeber had sent. The latter ! thereupon cnlled Wheeler an honest man. and Intimated that he would refund the money. ld to tne pic.tt-m, nunctn, Wheeler has not received the coin. Thmtnh tint llttl Clin fll in St. T.OlliS ' yesterday, the threatening aspect of the i skies killed the attendance at League Park, and the came with Boston was postponed. I Yerkes will go on the firing line to-day. nnd ! Manager Buckenbercer of Boston proba bly will assign Vic nuns or Aiaiarney to uo the twirling for the Beant-aters. Frank Donahue will have an-easy time of It when the Browns nlay at Philadelphia. Donahue will not venture In Colonel John I. Bogers-'s bailiwick for fear of butting against an Injunction. A play came up In Chicago the other dav that Is not often seen In the big leagues. It was In one of the games between the Browns nnd White Sox. Eddie McFarlnnd was on first, and Callahan at lat. Calla han fanned, but SuEden dropped the ball. McFarland sprinted for second, and Sugden lined the ball down to that base, but too late to catch McFarland. Umpire John stone then declared Callahan out at first, because there was a runner on first when the third strike was muffed. The rule is Intended to prevent a double play. Jockeys' Pool Tournnntent. In the continuous pool tournament in which lb ralr Grounds Jockeys are competing a' Chris Von der Ahe's Wilson last jilght defeated New comb by the score of 50 to 42. Dumlnlck and Singleton will play to-night- SHARP DEBATE OVER SEMINARY Cumberland Tresbyterians May Claim Possession. Springfield. Mo.. May 2L The theological seminary war was precipitated In the Cum berland Presbyterian General Assembly to dav, when a majority report, signed by the Reverend J. W. Laughlin as chairman, five ministers and three Ruling Elders, was pre sented. It claims for the assembly the legal right to the funds and control of the seminary, and recommended that the committee of seven appointed by the last assembly be continued. If this committee falls to reach an agreement with the trustees, the report recommends that a friendly lawsuit shall be entered Into to determine the questions at Issue. Meanwhile, this assembly shall elect a sep Good Old Grandma's Advice The children are sick send for grandma! 'Who is there like her for wisdom and gentleness, and sympathy, since the firs: baby came? What would we have done without her? "Cascarets are. splendid, my old mother praises them Trr l.hialy. and says sho would never be without tUem." Howard W. Yetl. nan, 1 Tremont Street. Falrmount. Ohio. "I suffered seven years with tte-worm but didn't know I had one. Two months ago I was taken with Inttamatton of the bowels, sour stamaeh. sick headache. I tried Casearets and had not tak-n them a week before 1 was relieved of a tare-worm 1 feet long. 1 am very much better " ..... , ilrs. John stone, mwn-uay isiauu. uuw. The wisdom of years of experience with her own health, and grandpa's and the children's, and children's children has taught grandma what is good for her and the several generations of family she has looked after. Grandma of today knows and advises that Cascarets Candy Cathartic are the only perfect family medicine for all bowel troubles, children's diseases, diseases of the stomach and liver, sick headaches, biliousness and bad blood. 3Q? S- DOOKltl 1ICC. uci Sterline Remedy Company. Chicago or New York. "FOLLOW THE FLAG" 9:00 A. M. Daily 1 1:00 A. M. Next Day 10:35 A. IVJ. Next Day 11:50 A. Wl. Next Day Eighth and Olive arate Seminary Board of Trustees, with In structions not to organize pending the ne gotiations between the committee and the beard. The reoort gives votinc nower tn four visitors from the assembly, which is i given both the veto power over the appjdnt- , ment of trustees and professors, and the privilege of recommending the removal of I objectionable professors. It locates the fund ' in tne nanas ot tne present trustees forever at Lebanon. Tern. A general debate fol lowed. The report of the Committee on Publica tion was unanimously ndopted without de bate. It Is wholly commendatnrv. Among other recommendations adopted ' was one for the Choctaw confession of faith. Another deciding for the present to co-oper- ' wit- in ?,ei:uwiiK a metrical version or tne Psalms and a third refusing to issue a new hymnal. NEW SYSTEM OF LICENSES. Illinois Medical Association Iec omniends .Entirely 2"ew Law. rtcrruLic srnciAL. Quincy. 111.. May II. The second day's session of the Illinois State Medlcat As sociation was even more largely attended than the first. Among the features of the proceedings was the adoption of the report of the Committee on Legislation, which recommended a law for the appointment of a board of seven members, to be known as medical examiners and to be named by the Governor from nominations submitted by officer! of a regularly Incorporated society. It provides that no person shall practice rrediclne or surgery after January 1. 1904. without a license from the b-jard: Tile candidate who desires to practice any other system must come up to the requirements of the board. Chicago was selected as the next pine? of meeting, and Doctor M. 1. Harris will no dcuht be named to-morrow for presi dent. Uner the new constitution no vice presidents are elected, but all former presi dents asume that office. The address of Doctor George W. Web ster, president of the State Board of Health and a member of the faculty of the North western University of Chicago, on "What Should We Teach the People in Hegard to TuberctilosH?" attracted much attent o.i and will bs sent out In pamphlet form by the board He held that consumption was not hereditary, but an Infectious disease. To-night there was a banquet and recep tion at tho Newcomb Hotel, with Doctor Deuslow Lewis ot Chicago as toastmaster. IVATEUSrOl'T IX OKLAHOMA. llonset Demolished, llrlilcra Wusbed Away nnd Crop Danmited. Guthrie. Ok.. May 2L A heavy wind and rain storm passed over Oklahoma after midnight last night, washing out bridges, wrecking several houses and damaging crops badly. Xo fatalities are reported. Three miles south of Guthrie a water spout struck, demolishing several houses. At Davenport, thirty miles east of Guthrie, six houses were wrecked and much stock was Wiled. At El Reno, Bridgeport. Kingfisher and the Intervening country' nearly four Inches of water fell. At Kingfisher the water was the highest ever known and two town bridges were washed out. while another was completely submerged. A bridge on the North Canadian PJver. at Bridgeport, is also gone. There wus much damage to crops by overflow and washing. TELEGRAPH NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD CINCINNATI The attendance at tho twenty-fifth convention of the National Electric Light Association Is largely in creased The programme Includes addresses by L. N. Nunn. Provo. Utah, and Henry L. Dougherty. Denver ABILENE. KAS. The General Conference of the River Brethren for the United States and Canada Is In session. Several hundred members nnd delegates have arrived from Pennsylvania, Canada. Ohio and other States. Bishop Oherho'.zer of Lancaster. Pa., presides. DETROIT William M. Jones, a one-time resident of Lincoln. Neb., la on trial on the charge of murdering George H. Heywood. whose body was found on the sidewalk a short distance from his home early one morning in April. CHICAGO It Is announced that Moulton. Lathrop & Co., brokers nnd bankers, and members of the Chicago Stock Exchsnge. have suspended business. AH their denlsi have been closed on the exchange. ARCOLA. ILL. Al Wilson, cook for the Vnndal'a tridge crew, was- accidentally shot bv O. Lairtis of Artnur. 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Teas or Coffee without Patient's Knorrledne While Illbbcn Remedy will cure or destroy the diseased appetite for alcoholls stimulants, whether the patient la a confirmed Inebrtat. "a tippler." social drinker or drunkard. Impos sible for any one to have an appetite for alco holic liquors ofter using White Ribbon Bemedy. Eadorsed by Member of V. C T. C. Airs Mxre. Press superintendent cf the Wom an's Christian Temperance Union, writes: "1 have tested White Ribbon Remedy on very obstinate drunkards, and the cures hare been many. In manv cases the Remedr was given secretly. I cheerfully recommend and endorse White Ribbon Remedy. Members of our Union are delighted to find a practical and economical treatment to aid us In our temperance work." Imijrglsts or bv mall tl. Trial package fre be wrlttnir or calling on Mrs. A. 3!. Tnwnaenrl (for vears Secretary cf the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Ventura. California), 21ei Tremont street. Boston, Mnn. Sold by all drucKlsts and in St. Ltiuls by Judg & Dolph. iu Olive and Fourth and Market ill. ward "Wilson and pulled the trigger. The bullet took effect in Wilson's body. Tli, injury will not prove fatal. PHILADELPHIA Information 1 re ceived here that John P. Altberger has been appointed superintendent of the sixth dls-i trict of the Western Union Telegraph Com pany, with headquarters In this city. NEW FRANKLIN, MO. G. L. Broaddus, a switchman In the Katy yards, wan run over and killed last night while making a coupling. He leaves a widow and three small children. The remains wil! be taken to Moberly for burial. j . MARSHALL. MO. A large number ot farmers northwest of this city have leased their lands) to the Saline County Oil and Developing Company, who wltl immediately prospect for oil, mineral, coal. etc. TOPEKA. KAS. The Executive Commit tee of the Washburn College Board of Trustees has selected Doctor Norman Plass of Wllliamstown. Mass.. president nf the college. Tho action will be ratified by tho trustees at the June meeting. Democrntlr Ticket dominated. Rni'UIILIC HPECIAL, Dixon. Mo.. Mar 21. At the Democratic primary held In this (Pulaski) county yes terday, the following ticket was elected: Representative. W. 11. Locker; Sheriff. R. B. Anderson: Collector, A. L. Mathewsf Probate Judge. Joe McGregor; Prosecuting;' Attorney. C. H. Davis: Presiding Judge, G. W. Berry. Circuit Cerk. G. IV. Gan: Coun-r" ty Clerk. E. G. Williams. I rNNFy&Sii&R 1B3vvqq33 iJsSSsyS Se339i9 KZi3sH i H ' l H I ME Hffff I 21 'aj j'. I m m. M qWMSilc