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JHIMUV. MAY . HOI. PAGE TWO. Classified Advertisements WANTED. WANTED Wasle 'and in large tracts; title mut t perfect. Ad dress Rox 282. N. Yakima, Wash ington, V. g. A. WANTED Ladles wanting stylish millinery and dressmaking, call on Miss Crane. 612 North Second street. Prices low. Also appren tices wanted 'Phone 944. WAtNTiil) Uentieman-s second hand clothing. No. 61S South First etreet. south of viaduct. Send ad dress and wlU call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. WANTED A good hustler in every town to sell cur perfect water fil ters, retailing from tl.50 to $8.00; 100 per cent profit to agents; ex clusive territory. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca, MfV WANTEDPosltloii as oo composi tor In good office. First class man. Don't drink and can give best of references. Man of family. Would prefer to work under contract. Write L. W. Gray. Morgan City, La. State salary when writing. IOK KENT. FOU RENT Two rooms for light housekeeping. 214 South Walter. foil KENT Four room house fur nished, close In, large yard, water rent paid. $16. Apply Rankin & Co., Room 10, Armijo building. FOR RENT Newly furnished out side rooms, -nodern bath, half dlock from Ra.lroad avenue. "The Granada," 114 North Second street. FOR RENT Two all new housekeep ing rooms, well furnished, includ ing electric lights, water and bath; eouth and east front $14.00. 619 West Railroad avenue. E. P. Gol den. FOR RENT Light, airy, well-furnished rooms for rooming or light housekeeping. All rooms open ing on the outside. Price, $1 per week and up. Minneapolis House, 624 South Second. A. T. Devore, Proprietor. FOR SALE.. FOR SALE: Party will sacrifice type writer, good as new. Address Typewriter, care Citizen office FOR SALE: Fine Chlckerlng Bros.' piano, very cheap. Apply upstairs over Futrelle's furniture Btore evenings, between 6 and 7:30. FOR SALE: Underwood typewriter, good as new. cheap; new Interna tional Encyclopaedia, new. cheap, W. E. Milllken. Library building. FOR SALE: Furniture for a five room house . Practically new. Call mornings at 312 South Seventh street. FOR SALE: At the "Variety" The very best of home-baked bread pies, cakes, doughnuts, baked beans, soup, candy, etc.: all home made. Also staple groceries, dry goods and notions. 606 South Arno Phone 710. LOST. LOST Black lace wrap lined with white silk, on Fourth street between Railroad and Gold avenue. Return to this office. Reward. LANDING LAND SHARKS WILL BE HIS CHIEF DUTY Omaha, May 6. The new nemesis is on the trail of the western lan 3 g rafters. He is Sylvester R. Rush, for years deputy United States district attorney for Nebraska and later special assist ant district attorney. Mr. Rush's promotion conies as I result principally of his successful prosecution of Uartlett Richards and SMAISIKR It. Ill Ml. New SM"-iul I niicil Male Attorney v. G. Conisluck, both millionaires who are now under prison sentences lor land grafting. Last week Mr. Rush added still fur ther to his luurels by securing the eouvk-tlon of Fred iloyt, Thomas Huntington and A. B. Todd, lieuten ants of Richards and Com.stock. With his promotion to assistant of the attorney general of the United States, Mr. Rush's Jurisdiction is ex tended to several western states. He Is now working on the extensive coal land frauds in Wyoming and sensa tional developments are expected. pi bmc owm i1miii' meet- im; held in new yokk. New York, May 6. Chairman Mtl bllle E. Ingalls, of the public owner ship commission of the National Civ ic federation, has called to meet to night the committee of twenty-one, to consider a report ol a t-ub-com-mittee consisting of Edward Ilemls, Milo R. Maltbe, Walton Clark and Charles L. Edgar. The committee of twenty-one bus completed its inves tigations both in this country and In England, ami the work of tne engi neers, experts and accountants will form the basis of the report of the wub-cominittee. The committee of twenty-one will then formulate Its I and iioent It at the meeting nt the o.'i.uiiitfce a week later. New arilvam for the week Large assort iner t of velvet and AxmlnHterJ rugs, all t z-s. Alto Hoosler kltche.i cabinets. Fa:re!!e Furniture Co. i tS JeF-a . .y r ? 1 lis-J - 1 s v . y PERSONAL PHOPERTY LOANS. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs Horses, Wagons and other Chattels, also on SALARIES AND WAR! HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low as SI and as high as 1200. Loans ar quickly made and strictly private Time: One month to one year given Goods remain in your possession Our rates are reasonable. Call and see us before borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from ' parts of the world. Rooms i and 4, Grant Bldg. tit West Railroad Ave. PRTVATE OFFICES. Open Evening. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Ira M. Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW, It F.8U N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions land patents, copyrights, caveats letter patents, trade marks, claims It. W. D. Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building-. E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY AT LAW. OfHee Cromwell block, Albuquerque, N. 14 DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2 and S, Barnett building over O'Rielly'e drug store. Phon No. 744. Appointments made by mail. Edmund J. Alger, D. D. 8. No. 306 Railroad avenue. Offlo hours, 9 a. m., to 12:80 p. m.; 1:14 m. to 6 p. m. Both phones. Ap pointments made by mall. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Occidental Life Building. Tele phone 886. Albuquerque, N. M. DR. R. L. UUST. Office, 6-8, N. T. Anuljo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with Hlgb Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given eacb day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse in attendance. Both phones. DRS. BRONSON & BRONSON, Homeopaths. Over Van's Drug Store. Phone OfHee and residence, 628. DR. J. N. WARNER. V. S. When your animals are sick vou need a good veterinary surgeon. Cal. up the old reliable. Phone No. 642. UN DERT AtLEIL Auto, phone S16. Colo., Red 111 A. BORDERS. Commercial Club building. Blaes or Whit hearse, $6. ' ARCHITECTS F. W. Spencer. Rooms 46-47 Bar nett building, Albuquerque, N. M Both phones. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Maddison. Office with W. B. Chllders, Ill West Gold avenue. HAIR DRESNER ATTO CH1ROPO DIST. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors. No 209 West Railroad avenue, la pre pared to give thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns. bunions and ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and mani curing. Mrs. Bambini's own prepara tlon of complexion cream builds up the skin and improves the complex Ion,, and is guaranteed not to be in jurious. She also prepares a hair tonic that cures and prevents dan druff and hair falling out; restorn life to dead hair; removes mole warts and superfluous hair. Also i face powder, a freckle cure and pint pie cure and pile cure. All of thee preparations are purely vegetablt compounds. Have just added a vi brator machine for treatment oi scalp, face and cure of wrinkles, li Is also used for rheumatism, paint and massage. OFFICE CHIEF yl'ARTERM AS TER, Denver. Colo-. May 1. li07. Scaled proposals in triplicate will be received here and at office- of the post quartermaster, until 11a. m.. May 15, l'JUT. for furnishing I', 000. 000 pounds of New Mexico anthracite coal, re quired during the fiscal year ending June SO, lftdS, at Fort Bayard. New Mexico. Information furnished on application here or at offices of re spective post quartermasters. Envel opes to be marked "Proposals for Fuel at Fort Bayard." C. A. H. Mc CAl'LEY, Chlrf yuartermnster. NOTICE Kill rmi.ICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Ortice at Santa Fe, N. M., March 26 1907. Notice is hereby given that George Kirochima. of Lag.ina. N. M., ha filed notice of his intention to make final five-year proof In support of his claim, viz.: Homettead entry No. 6843. made September 12. 1902, for the N i NW SW NV U and NW "i SW 'i. section 18, township 7 N, range 4 W, and that said proof will be made before Silvestre Mlra Rafael. N. M . on May 6. 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land viz: Charles Carr, Lorenzo Romero, Juan l'alle, Jose M. Caco, all of La guna, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, O. K. wash'.i.g inaihir.es a;e th best. New ai.d -eoi'.d hand, at re duced prices, Jj5y up. Fu'.reiU Furniture Co. Reduced R. R. Rates To all points Ratroad Tickets bought and sold. .Moore's Ticket Office, 113 Weft Railroad avenue. Only member ff American Tic ket irokt-ifc' Attodalion In Albu querque. N. M. Correspondence solicited. BATH SUPPLIES and Toilet Accessories Until llru-.be. Soup. Nail ltnislies. Manlenro Scissors, Corn Plasters, Corn I 'lies. Shampoo Creams, Hair Tonics, Tnlciim Powders, Toilet Waters Etc, Etc. Let us Supply You o The HIGHLAND PHARMACY Orelilental Life Building, Cor. Railroad Ate. and Broadway. ROYAL WAS THE Diners Reveled Amid Food, Music and Flowers for Three Hours. The hanuuet of the liallut Abyad temple and Daughters of isls of New Mexico, at the Alvarado Saturday night, was a rousing success. The banquet hall of the big hotel was beautifully and appropriately decor ated for the occasion. White and deep pink carnations, harmonizing with the white and red rezes or tne banoueters, arranged artistically on the snowy tables, emitted sweet per fume throughout the room. J he tables were dazzling with cut glass and silver and at the lower end of the hall a floral piece, eight feet In height, framed an emblematic device of the secret order. Over all the soft glow of opalescent electroleers almost mellowed the scene Into a dream picture. Manager Pellow re ceived much praise for his excellent taste in decorating the hall. At 10 o'clock the banquet began. The following was the menu: Canape Marthla Olives Radishes Everybody sings "Blue Bell." Bouillon in Cups (with emblem) Salted Almonds On recovering your e quilibiium from this solar plexus shot, vocalize on "Everybody Works but Fa.aer." I'aupiettes of Halibut Claret Pommes Croquettes Never mind about getting the right key. You're in the right room any way. Chant if you can't sing. Now take a fall out of "My Merry oldsmo- bile." Chicken Patties After housing the chicken try thi lay. "Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nel lie." Punch liallut Abyad Don't forget to warble. Frank McKee will see that no notes go to protest. Pipe the old favor.le, "Good i ld Mystic Shrine." Fillet of Reef (Parlslenne) Champagne Pomme Chateau Stuffed Tomatoes. One more. Here we go, "Everyone is in slumberland, but you and me. Making love in the moonlight, happy as can be; To kiss you I am trying, nobody is spying; Everyone is in slumberlund but you and me." Asparagus Viualgreue Neapolitan Ice Cream Cake Assorted Mama, Be Warned! Pro tect the Little Ones! AM A! Don't be frightened but be warned I every Mother knows, or should know that the terrible Mortality among children la caused by Stomach and Bowel troubles. Colic, Sour Curd, Cholera Infantum, Summer Com plaint, Measles, Rashes, Scarlet Fever- even Mumps have their first cause in constipation. The Delicate Tissues cf a Baby's Bcwels will not stand rough treatment Salts are too violent, and Castor O i 1 will only grease the passages, but will net make and keep them Clean, Healthy and Strong. " There is no other medicine as safe for a child as Cascarets, the fragrant little Candy Tablet, that has saved thousands oi families from unhappiness. The Nursing Mother should always keep her Milk Mildly Puratlve by taking a Cas caret at night before going to bed. No other medicine has this remarkable and valuable quality. Mama takes the Cascaret, Baby gets the Benefit. Cascarets act like strengthening Exercise cn the weak little bowels of the growing tkte, and make them able lo get all the Nourishment out cf Baby's Natural Food. Larger children cannol always be watched, and will eat unreasonably. The Ready Remedy should ever be at hand Cascarets to take care of Ihe trouble when it comes. No need to Force or Bribe children to take Cascarets. They are always more lhan ready to eat Ihe sweet little til cl Candy. Heme is not complete without the ever ready Be of Cascarets, Ten cents buys a email cr.e U the Corner Drug Store. Be ver careful to gel the genuine, made enly ty the Sterling Remedy Com pany and never sold in bujk. Every tablet stamped "CCC." ' u SHRINERS BANQUET yt rr Auld Lang Syne ' DRrie Crackers Coffee i Nole: Noble H. C. Milliard will toot , his llttl hasoo steering the above ' liederkranz, but this is not to be I taken as an Inilicatlon that we think I him any better vocalist than any of j the rest of us. The !n is to create t confidence In the banqueter, as we ' don't suppose there will be one guest hut what would bet la he could sing belter than Harry, and start to prove it. After this program Dr. James H. Wroth, toastniaster, arose and de lighted the brothers and sisters with a short, pointed and witty speech. Toasts were responded to by Tnos. N. Wllkerson, potentate, who said that this convention of Shriners in Los Angeles would thaw the Ice out of some of the brothers from the frosty east. E. S. Stover, in responding to a call, to speak on "The Old Shrine," said no pessimist should be allowed to be a Shriner. "The kind of brothers we want Is the one who will always come up smiling." Among others who responded to toasts were: Col. W. S. Hopewell, W. ('. Porterfleld, Silver City, Maynard Uunsul, J. A. Hubbs and Dr. j. V. Pierce. The latter was presented with a comic bouquet upon closing his eloquent harangue. The music for the occasion, excejit that which was furnished by the ban queters themselves, was furnished by Mrs. Wm. Zelgler, pianist. I'rof. Dl Mauro, violinist, and Arthur Cox. claronetlst. Out in the plaza the American Lumber Company band made things lively and in another quarter the new elertrlc fountain played "Minnie Ha-Ha." Upon leaving the tables, the feast ers sang Old Lang Syne, which air is always used to close the Shriner meetings, and adjourned to the lob by. For an hour they made merry there and then the train was an nounced and the crowd went out to the platform to see the delegates and representatives off -for l.os Angeles. Those who went were: T. N. Wllkerson, potentate; E. A. Cahoon. delegate; John Horradaile, delegate; W. D. McFerran, chief rab- ban; E. C. Allen, oriental guide; Frank McKee, past Imperial poten tate; Otto Hahn. George Tletzel, I homas Hudson, E. S. Spooner. A. M. Whitcomb, Max Levy. Paul Teutsch, H. O. Bullard, James Wilkinson. Alex MacGregor. Frank Strong, J. H. Rraew, Frank Johnson. J. A. Hubbs, O. M. Slaughter, W. C. Porter- field. W. H. Jack, W. D. Newcomb, L. Snook, E. C. Rutler, E. L. Med lar. Gus Johnson and Frank Miller. The ladles accompanying the above are Mrs. J. A. Hubbs. Mrs. Frank Mc Kee, Mrs. McFerran, Mrs. G. M. Slaughter. Mrs. W. C. Porterfleld, Mrs. W. H. Jack, Mrs. C. L. Snook, Mrs. E. C. Butler. Miss E. Yrlsarrl, the Misses Jack and Miss Newcomb. 9100 Reward. 5100. The readers of this paper will be pleas ed to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its stages, and that In Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity, catarrn Deing a con stitutional disease, requires a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers tnat tney oner une Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address: K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family flls for constlpa- EL PASO IS IMPROVING NEW MEXICO ROADS. Pass City Expects lo Take Trade of Anthony Away From Las Cruces. El Paso, Tex., May 6. Ail Import ant Improvement has Just been com pleted In the fc,l Paso county roads and Indeed the improvement extends Into New .Mexico. Assurance has al so been received to the effect that the ranchers along the thoroughfare will do everything In their power to help along the enterprise. Major J. Lyter, who is working under County Commissioner Sam Freudenthal, re ports that now there is a splendid road between Kl Paso and Antnony, New Mexico. Hy the new road eight miles has been cut off in the distance between the two towns. There now a smooth level roan to Anthony with the exception of the I'ourchesne hill. ihe distance is reduced troni 2S miles to less than that figure by live or ten miles. Since the road to Anthony has be, -n put in such excellent shape the residents of the town and vicinity have been patronizing Kl Paso for Ihelr supplies. It is estimated that this road improvement Is bringing thousands of buvers to this city, who are attracted here by the new road Instead of going to l.as Cruces, New- Mexico. Las Cruces is exactly the same dis tance from Anthony as Kl Paso, but the latter now controls the Anthony trade and there were ten teams m t he city today from Anthony and vicinity. EUREKA! Yes, I Have 1 ouml it at Last. Found what? Why that Chamber Iain's Salve cures eczema and all manner of Itching of the skin. have been afflicted for many years with skin disease. I had to get up three or four times every night and wash with cold water lo allay the terrible itching, but since using this salve in December, 105, the Itching has stopped and has not troubled me, Klder John T. Ongley, Rootville, Pa. For sai.i by all druggists. TRESPASS MUST BE SHOWN IN CASE OF LARCENCY The necessity of showing a trespass in a prosecution for larceny is raise I iu Topoli-wskl vs. Slate, .09 North-Wt-strrii liepi.rter, 1037. The accused through a confederate had arranged to obtain by criminal means tin- pro ducts of a packing company, but the plan was abandoned upon the con federate disclosing it lo the company. Subsequently, hoever. a meeting was airaiiKed ui Ihe request of the com pany between the confederate and the accused, and the latter proposed that the fi Miner should procure packages of meat to be placed on the packing company's loading pialfoiin. ami that form and remove t lie packages. This plan was curried out. The supreme court of Wisconsin holds that undci the fact the accused uas not guilty of larceny, as the element of trespass was wauling. Till: OI 01tl0 NATIONAL . l i it: Assi itANci: society. "An old line" Insurance company, Willi ample capital, solid, conserva tive, progressive. Writes liberal con tracts of insurance and Investment. Prewitt & Prewitt. Managers, Com mercial Club building. "We do it right. KOrun DRY. perlaj Laundry Co. Im- PITCHING THE PUZZLING "DROP;" HOW SAM LEEVER DOES IT V I ' tmns7 wwwwi n i iimMii iiiiiu sn hoiiijm I lMiMraph Shows How Sim Leever. of the Pittsburg Pirates, Grasps tlie Bull to Throw One of His l'anio us "In-ons." The drop ball Is certainly a puzzler. Nothing Is more disconcerting to a batter than to biff at a ball and have It land In the catcher's mitt away be low where he thought it was com ing. Take a good look at the illustration and you will see how Sam Leever, of the Pittsburg team, grasps the ball for a drop. Remember, however, that It is Just as Important to start the ball In the right way. The ball should slide out between the thumb and forefinger, when the arm is high above the shoulder. At the instant the ball is being started the hand should be Jerked back, affecting the BASE BALL WIIKRK THKY PLAY TOIAY. National Ivague. Chicago at Pittsburg. Brooklyn at New York. Phlladelpnia at Boston. American league. Detroit at St. Louis. Cleveland at Chicago. Huston at Washington. New York at Philadelphia. HOW THEY STAM. National League. ft World, I XT-A. 1 . ill IWVfl "V J uln ' urn Won. Lost. Pet. New York 15 3 .813 Chicago 15 3 .S:5J Pittsburg 9 5 .b43 f hiladelphiu. 9 tt .600 Boston 7 9 .417 Cincinnati 7 10 .412 St.. Louis 3 16 .158 Brooklyn 1 14 .06.' American lx'tiguc. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 12 ,6'ii New York 11 6 .017 Philadelphia 10 7 . 5 S S Detroit 9 S .f29 Cleveland 9 8 .i'i3 Hostor S 10 .-III Washington 5 li .312 Louis 5 13 .'J-S Western l'iigue. Won. Lost. Pet. Des Moines 10 4 .714 Omaha 9 6 .60) Denver 7 .il38 Sioux City 7 8 .467 Lincoln 6 9 .4 00 Puebl 4 10 .JS6 SATIRDAYS GAMES. National league At Chicago R H. E. 2 0 6 2 Chicago 1 Pittsburg 0 Batteries Lungdren and Kling; W illis and Gibson. At New York It. H. E. New York 10 13 1 Biooklyn 0 2 5 Batteries Pastoiious. Miintyre and Rltter: Wiltse, H. Mathewson, l.n-sniihan anil Fitzgerald. At Cincinnati 11. 11. E. Cincinnati ' 6 1 St. Louis 1 4 1 Batteries Kwing and McLean; Be lee and Marshal. At Boston: Boston-Philadelphia Kanie postponed; rain. American league. At Detroit Detroit Chicago Batteries Mullin :md i:. li. K. 1 M 0 .' 4 1 Schmidt; W hile.: Walsh and Sullivan. At Philadelphia 1! New Yolk ! Philadelphia ' Batteries Keefe. rth and now: Dygert. Waddell, Seine I. el TV. At Washington K Washington i Boston H. K. Ill 1 7 0 and 1 1. II. E. a 6 II B 14 0 no! Hey- Batteries Kitson. l'atti don; Glaze and Armbruster. At Cleveland: St. l.ouis-CI K.inie postponed; wet grounds. Vcl.llid Western I,rii;:iif. At Lincoln li. Lincoln 1 l'cs Moines '.' Batteries Cicolte and Zinran b-r and Dashwood. Mil- At Denver Denver Pueblo Batteries Adams 11. . o II. E. 1 3 . ... n 6 1 ind Zalu.-ky; Hatch and lonneman. At nnali i li. H. E. innaha 8 11 0 Si..iix City 3 6 1 HOW SQUIRES WITH OUR Boxer. Squire v . . . Fitzsim iiions t i Biien Sc hreck Sharkey Corbet! .... Jeffries Mi Coy Huhlin ball like a billiard ball when a draw shot Is made. The easiest droD Is the out-drop. That means it is eom- timed with the out curve for a right hand batter. You can see from the illustration the grasp is somewhat similar to the one for throwing an out curve. It differs In the position of the hand, and in the backward Jerk. Be careful of this Jerking motion. It is liable to be overdone, and a srtalned arm will result. The "spit hall" will be the subject of the pitching lesson in The Citizen tomorrow. Ratterles McNeeley and Oondlng. Stimmel and Spies. American Ascociiition. Kansas City: Kansas City9; At Louisville 14. At Columbus: Columbus 4; St. Indianapolis 2; Paul, 3. At Indianapolis Milwaukee 1. At Minneapolis: Minneapolis-Toledo game postponed; snow. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. At Chicago K. H. E. Chicago 3 6 1 Pittsburg 1 6 1 Batteries Overall and Kling; Phil lippl and Phelps. At Cincinnati R. H. E. Cincinnati 11 6 0 St. Louis 2 10 2 Batteries leary, Coakeley and Schlci; Brown, Hostetter and Noonan. American l.eaguc. At Chicago R. H. E. Chicago 1 6 2 Cleveland 4 9 2 Batteries Altrock and MeFajiand; Joss and Clarke. At St. Louis: St. Louls-Detrolt game postponed; wet grounds. Western League. At Onwtha R. H. E Omaha 11 14 3 Sioux City 0 1 Batteries ltegan and Gonding; lownsend, Bennett and Spies. At Des Moines K. H. E Dos Moines 2 6 ! Lincoln 1 4 I Batteries (iehring and Ycager, McKay and Sullivan. At Denver: Denver-Pueblo game postponed; rain. Aiiiciicnii Association. At Kansas City: Kansas City-Louis vllle game postponed; rain. At Milwaukee: Milwaukee, 6; In dianapolis, o. At Columbus: Columbus, 1; St i-aui, . At Minneapolis:' Minneapolis, Toledo, 5. NATIONAL LEA. IE GOSSIP. Arthur Devin's Illness let Bower man Into the game because Rresna- han had to go to third. Bowerman showed us what we had been missing while he sat on the bench, by pro dining three clean hits. If Joe McGinulty pitches base ball for many more years there will al ways be one batter than can hit as fast as the iron man can shoot them up. Thomas found him for every thing but a home run. How many ambitious ball players will come out of the bushes to send Kill Gleason there ami then trek back over the old Hail.' The Kid played faultless ball last week, and got two of the nine hits his team piled up on the Iron man. it is possible that Dodgers missed the stick work of Harry Luinley, though on his work so far this season there is not much occasion for re gret. Luinley has not hit his best pace as yet. m. ....... .,r ti, ii,mi.. un.itc.l ..Ins I when he relieved Corndon in last week's game. The Giants got eight of their nine hits off 1'oriidon. and were able lo get only one from Mo ran. The Pirates were all framed up to hand It to the Reds last week, but the rain that prevailed all over the middlevvest stopped their little fame. They are now down to fourth posl- COMPARES HEAVYWEIGHTS jr-"v ' i .ma-! Weight. Beach. Height. ITT, Tti -I feet K ln lies ', lCU ;4 .'. feet 11 inches . lii:, 74 5 feet 1 0 la inches I..,. 7 2 5 feet 9 inches lsj 7.' a f.-el 8 i inches , ll 7 4s4 " f-et ' inch , null ; : feet 1 inches 17T, ' 5 feet 10,i Inches 19 5 7 5 6 feet 1 inch IfeO 76 f feet 7 inches , -go 6 feet 2 inches and can't cop us for a day of ven with the best of luck. The Philadelphia humorists wh3 were getting off so much stuff of the sldo-spllttlng order, about Joe MeGlnnlty's new "under groun-1 drop" don't write In such a light vein now . Good old Roger Rresnahan. prob- ibly the best all-round ball nlavcr l.i the country, hit one position last week that even he could not make good without practice. He took Dev lin s place at third and made p.vo rrors, one of them In the pinch. Like some of the National League lubs the Dodgers are Weak against the splthall. None of them could d anything with Llndeman. Dr. Casey's work so far this sea son has been far from scintillating, but he played like a good little war rior on Thursday, hitting In the on'.y run and making one sensational catch of a line drive. The most encouraging feature of Bell's work as a new man Is the fact that he never lost his head. After the base on balls and the pair of sin gles In the first, which would have sent most youngsters flitting upward he settled down nnd pitched the twelve innings with the steady cool ness of a veteran. Jacklltsch, In a game last week. made the entire circuit of the bases on loose work by the battery. Ames walked him. he went to second o:i pnssed ball, and scored on a wild pitch. With Beaumont. Howard Ridlev Rltcher, and Brain In the line-up, the Boston club almost looks like a farm for the Pirates. Ritchey. by the way. has been lacing them out. He got three on Thursday. AMERICAN LEAGl'E NWES. As has been remarked before. Frlggith does not need to worry about much else so long as his team can lace out three doubles and five sin gles in an inning. Kind of a tough fall down for Joe Cantillon's old-time style of coach ing. The epithets he hurled at the Yankees apparently made them feel like teaching Joe something about base ball ethics. It is up to the Yankees to repeat as often as possible, because Chi cago and Cleveland are lurking un comfortably near and we do not want to be Chlcagoed any earlier than nec essary. This man, Schlafiy, Is a sincere and hard-working pall player. When Per rlne tried to see how far over the grandstand he could throw the ball In the sixth inning, and Eberfeld and Chase headed for home with the tle- ing runs, Schlafiy grabbed Eberfeld'' ar and tried to stop him. Some one ought to introduce him to Eberfeld. Youngsters figured strongly on the Washington team last week. Per rln at short ate up everything that passed his way, and Altizer slapped Doyle s curves for a couple of hits. After his performance last Thurs day every true fan will wish Case Patten a long and successful career on the diamond as long as he stays away from New York. Case wiil never be popular here. The league umpires are in for a season this summer. Joe Cantillon used to be an umpire himself, and from the way he slung out last week he is certainly going to work out some of the abuse that was thrown Into him when he was an arbitrator. It Is noted with Dleasure that the fans are getting some new stuff lino their kidding these days. When John Anderson fanned twice the gang in rooters' row sang "Poor John." Laporte seems to be getting so that all the pitchers look alike to him. He got half of all the hits the Yan kees are credited with, and one of these was a double. The next time the Washington!? come to New York It would tie a good plan to have Patten arrested for spit ting on the floor of a street car or any little offence that will Insure his being locked up for a couple of days:. Besides letting the Yankee out with four little singles he hit out the dou ble In the seventh that cleared u; the bases and smothered all hopes. As soon as these pronounced sec ond division clubs win a game from a good team they begin to get cocky. After a win Schlafiy fanned three times, and on each occasion he tried to put It up to Tom Hurst. Hurst treuted his protests with a silence properly expressing his contempt. Moriarty showed that he has not had much practice in the outfield. With the high wind blowing across the park he made a miserable mess of a fly. But for the most part the whole team played sterling mid-season base ball in the field. EASTERN LEAGUE NOTES. The opening at Providence was a big success, and Manager Doyle was more than pleased. 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