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BASE BAIL DOPE . Batteries Farlin Parm and Sommers. Kee. and Harris , Umplre--Mc- Sallna 5, 6 Beloli 2, 8. Sallna, Aug. 5. -r-Sallna cinched Ballna, Aug. 7. Banna won ootn the game with Abilene in the first ends of a double header irom ueioit lnnlntj when two hits, three errors yesterday. Flrat game ecore: and a haae. nn balls netted the locals! RHE i Sallna 0 0 0 0 I 1 8 0 0 5 (our runs. Mallon got oft bad at the Btart and the Abilene Infield made It worse by Juggling easy balla and Imply presenting the locals with scores. Score by Innings: RHE Sallna 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 5 2 Abilene ....0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 05 8 5 Batteries Fury and Swift; Mal lon and Monroe.. Umpire Slgler. Minneapolis O, 2; Clay Center 0, 1.. Belott 10100000 02 4 1 Batteries Hendrlx and Swift; Kretzer and Mead. Umpire Slgler. 8econd game score: RHE Sallna . . . .1 1 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 10 4 Beloit 0 0020100 03 8 1 Batteries Kemp, Fury nd Swift; Beat and Mead. Umpire Mead. OUr Center 1; Manhattan O. Clay Center, Aug. 7. A two base hit by Johnson, followed by a single vacation that Mr. Hoffman has so kindly given him. When "Bechle" gets Into the game again aftes his three day lay off woe be unto the opposing slap artists! Now that Mr. Brumage has re signed why does not Pres. Hoffman make Slgler's . resignation compul sory! Brumage was always honest In his decisions and worked hard, Abilene has been taking a rapid toboggan .slide the last week and It was not the fault of any of the pitchers either. A few fines and reprimands are In order, Jl Jl Isn't It strange how many people pay a quarter to roast an umpire for Clay Center. Aug. 5.-In the first 0 io. wah4 AttA a w eltavllAnA llfl ds. n D sTAl I I . . 11 .m 1 n m A li4a tVastAtaan ll narlr game yesterday afternoon Manager Short ot the Minneapolis team show ed marked disrespect tor the umpire and was ordered off the grounds by Umpire Brumage. Upon refusing to go or to allow his team to play and after the required time had been given, Umpire Brumage declared the game forfeited to Clay Center by the score of 9 to 0. In the second game but six Innings were played and the game was her hits at the right time. Score: RHE Mlnneanoll 1 0 0 0 0 12 4 2 Clay Center .... 0 0 0 0 1 01 4 1 Batteries Bear, Osborne and Har ris; Brooks, Johnson and Alllngham Manhatton 4; Beloit O. Beloit, Aug. 5 Manhattan, fea a last game ior uiay wamr - afternoon from Manhattan. Score;:! RHE Manhattan ..00000000 00 o filar Center. 00100000 01 S 0 Batteries Co and Sullivan; John son and Alllngham,. Umpire Brum age. national sport and the baseball park is to cheer the braves on to victory but It Is not the place for abusive ora tory. Even the Sallna papers de vote a column a day knocking on the umpire and not telling a thing about the game.' Jl Jl Alph Brumage came In for a good Junction City, Aug . Junction deal ot uncalled ror aouse at yester- strengthened its percentage column day's game when Abilene lost tnrough won by Minneapolis getting I nd weskened mlmt., by winning its own errors from which no um- the game Saturday by the score of I plre on earth could have saved It. t to 8. Mallon was hit hard: June- Mr. Brumage naa ascea ior nis ra tion City getting twelve hits oft him. lease next Monday in order to pre Abilene made a couple errors at crlti-1 pare for his school work of next cat moments allowing the Junktown year. Somewhat weary of the treat- tjum to annex scores. Junction's meat he decided to make It take pretieler was also hit freely but kept effect now and resigned today. J. J. Scanlon or Chapman will umpire today's game. The C. K. league has become very cranky on umpires and all four lead a strenuous life at every game. It Is not strange that Wilsons Cubs' hits scattered. Both turlng Qulntt on third base, sprung a 0 the slab artists were backed with surprise today and shut out Balolt. I excellent support. Beloit 1; Saline O. Sallna, Aug, . Beloit won from 4 to 0. Score: RHE Beloit 00000000 00 2 8 Manhattan ..30001000 04 6 0 Batterlesir-Green, Beal and Meade; Coe and Sullivan. No Game at Ellsworth, Ellsworth, Aug. 5. The game be tween Ellsworth and Junction City was not played on account of rain, Sallna Saturday, by the score ot 1 to they become tired of It and the lea gue will be lucky if it does not have other resignations before the season closes. Jl Jl The Beloit ball fans who attended the ball game at Sallna on Saturday Junction City, Aug. 6 Starr, backed by admirable fielding, shut out Abilene yesterday S to 0 The Western Association discard had the visitors at his mercy throughout the entire nine innings, allowing on ly two hits, and striking out five. His batting was also an Instrumental factor In the Junction City tally ac cumulation. Score by Innings: RHE Junction City 18100000 5 9 1 Abilene . . . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 u 0 0 2 2 Batteries Starr and Coe; Root, Monroe and Ehrgott. Umpire Ham lin. A. Score: - . K n IS Sallna 0 0 0 0 0 o o o o o s z BelOlt 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 4 2 Batteries Leon and Abbott; O' Nell and Lawrence. . Manhattan a; Clay Center 1. Clay Center, Aug. . Manhattan are disgusted with the spirit shown ,.-.-. defeated Clay Center Saturday In a by a larger number of the Salina ten inning game oy me score ui u 1. Snore: KB' Manhattan 000000100 12 7 8 Clay 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 6 1 natterles Bryant and Sullivan; Stokesberry, Day and Alllngham. Minneapolis 8, O; Ellsworth 2, 8. Minneapolis, Aug. 9. Minneapolis and Ellsworth broke even in a dou ble header here Saturday. Score: RHE Minneapolis ..0 0 2 0 0 0 0 13 9 1 Ellsworth ..000,20000 0 2 6 8 Batteries Baer and Harris, Woods tried In every way to intimidate him fans, and are unanimous in their assertion that Salina on Saturday showed no tendency toward clean snort, but rather evinced a deter mination to win the ball game, even though they bad to kill an umpire and a few ball players to do so. big crowd ot hoodlums were present with the avowed Intention of "get ting" Umpire Slgler. No matter what the decision was when he called strike or a ball he was greeted with hisses and threats, and the crowd 3" No Fake Sale a Winner Our Suit Sale a Dandy r UP-TO-DATE Appreciated BV People appreciated our " bona fide sale on our Suits and Straw Hats. Not a suit held back black, blue or spotted, we don't care what you take, it's all the same to us. What we are set tins at is the room for our big fall purchases. Read what we say: All our $25 suits 18.50 All our $15 suits 11.50 All our $20 suits 15.00 You will enjoy our sale; Come and see us. Abilene's Fashionable Clothier and Hatter 1 Thl LONGWOiTH Ederheimer, Stein & Co. MAKias Greatest Sale in Abilene Every Suit a New One As far as we are ooncerned, we would rather see Beloit root Manhattan and Siegle, Second game score: RHE Ulnn.anMla 1 II II O II II II II O O 8 8 1 IV. ..11.. ...Itlnn I. !.. . . I ntuu.jfv,w - I Will. UL 1 11C wil.l yuaniuH uv v-?u- " """ Hottorlon Hftflr. Osborne.- Jen-I -1 Tr.n..a l.i.n. than in hor Sallna, Aug. O.-Beloit outplayed Qarrlgon M(J ,.. woods ,uch reporU an4 from iuch r8Uabie Sallna yesterday and won by a score of 6 to 1. Sallna used two pitchers. Culver for Beloit got a homer in the second with one on. Beloit played errorless ball. Score: Baltna ..... .0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 4 8 Beloit 12100010 0 5 T 0 Batteries Balrd, Leln and Swift O'Nell and Mead. Umpire Slgler. Clay Center 8; Manhattan 4. Clay Center, Aug. 6. Both pitch- era were batted all over the lot yes terday afternoon, Clay Center win ning the game by errors on the part of Manhattan. It was a poorly play ed game. Score: RHE Manhattan .0 0 2(0 1 0 0 1 0 4 M Clay Center 1 8 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 Batteries Oswald and Sullivan; Wescot and Alllngham. Umpire Brumage. Fllsworth 8; Minneapolis B. Minneapolis, Aug. 6. With the big end of the luck and by Sommer'a timely hit In the eighth Inning, Ells worth took the first game of the ser ies. It was a close and thrilling game. ' Score: . RHE Minneapolis 01201001 08 10 4 Ellsworth ..200 002 0 2 01 it Batteries Osborne and Harris and Sommers. CProm Tuesday's Dally. Ahllnnn and Junction City nut on RHB the mlts yesterday afternoon at the ball farm. Junktown pounded Abi lene out ot the ring eight successive bout with another knockout but the times and would have ended the local aggregation buckled down and Quit sparring in the ninth and last round, tallying one score. Junc tion 'City did not deserve the scores oredlted to it as it was through otter honeheadednesa and costly er rors that gave the vlsltona ;thetr scores. Sallna 8; Ellsworth H. Ellsworth, Aug. 10. Although outblt 2 to 1 Sallna won from Ells worth. Lack of support caused Parm I .. ,.. i Junction City at Sallna. sources as these come, as we hear from Saturday's game. Beloit Call Jl Jl The league season Is rapidly get ting toward the end. These are all the games yet to be played: August 11. Minneapolis at Belott. Junction City at Abilene. Clay Center at Manhattan. Salina at Ellsworth. August 12-13-14. Junction City at Clay Center, Beloit at Ellsworth. Abilene at Manhattan. Sallna at Minneapolis. August 16-17-18. Minneapolis at Sallna. Ellsworth at Beloit Clay Center at Junction City. Manhattan at Abilene. to lose the game. Score: RHE Sallna 8 001 000 8811 Ellsworth ..00 02 0 00 0-0 2 74 Batteries Hendrlx and Swift; Parm and Sommers. Umpire Mo-1 Kee. CUy Center 9; Manhattan 1. Manhattan, Aug. I. Manhattan Fulwilder, Woods and Sommers. Urn-1 tried out Its rejuvenated team yeater- Belolt at Manhattan. Abilene at Ellsworth. , Clay Center at Minneapolis. August 23-24-15. ' Beloit at Clay Center. Ellsworth at Junction City. Ballna at Abilene. . Minneapolis at Manhattan. plre McKe. day, but lost a close game by a score August 20-27-2S. of 2 to 1. Junction City, Aug. 7, turned tables on Junction City yea-1 Manhattan Timely hitting won for Abilene I the visitors. Score: RHE 0(00.1 ftOOO 122 terday and trounced the soldier town braves in a tea inning battle yes terday by the score ot five to three. The locals pounded the horsehlde and hypnotised the Junktown's pitching staff In such a manner that If a hit could not be gotten a walk could. Therefore the Junction City manager waa forced to use three pitch era la Clay Center 000 0 8110 i I 4 Batteries Murphy and Parker; Brooke and Alllngham. Umpire Slgler. Beloit B; Minneapolis O. Beloit, Aug. 10. Beloit bunched Its hits yesterday and defeated Min neapolis, 2 to 0. Score: RHE Junction City at Beloit Abilene at Minneapolis. Clay Center at Ellsworth. . Manhattan at Sallna. August 20-21-Sept. 1. ' Junction City at Minneapolis. Abilene at Beloit Clay Center at Sallna. Manhattan at Ellsworth. MOTOR CLUB 18 FORMED, yesterday's game. Williams pitched . . win Ub, ABonvbito Owners and in Organization. the total ten Innings for the locals and twirled a magnificent game all though he did walk a tew. -Score by Innings: R H Abilene ....10000 '2 00 2 I 7 I Junction. ..10 00 0 001 181 8 Batteries Williams and Ehrgott; Gin, Hunt Doherty and Coe. Um pire Hamlin. Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 0 04)00840 Batteries Kreser and Mead; W. Balrd aad Harria. Jl Jl The Salina Journal began its baae- Oa last evening a respectable num ber ot motor ear owners and drivers et at the offloe of C. C. Wyandt AROUND THE CIRCUIT Mlnaepolls : Ellsworth S. aflnaaanolia. Ana-. 1 Wlnnaannlla though Slgler IS not a won the second came from Ellsworth umpire. here yesterday by the score of I to 2. Parm. the pitcher for the visitors "Toaag" waa hit hard. It was the visitors' off day an around. 8cora: RHE Minneapolis 1 011 2 0 8 0 08 7 8 Ellsworth ..2 01(0000 (3 7 11 ball story ot Saturday's game la Moa-Und perfected a permanent orgaoisa- day'a paper but only need one para- tion. electing the following offlrere graph to tell the story of the game for the ensuing year: C. M. Harger. and the remainder ot the column was I president; E. H. Forney, rlos presl- devoted to roasting Umpire Slgler. dent: J. T. Nlcolar. secretarr and We would like to hear about the; game as that is more Interesting, al- proteasional Brittoa fielded wall yea- treasurer. executive committee ot four embers was appointed: E. I. Coul- a, C. A. Cass, T. T. Prendergaat, 0. A. Rogers. An examining committee ot three teraay aaa get bm asnai an ai ue members waa also appointed: H. A. payekologtcal mement Utt C. W. Parker, Earl SUIlle. jl Jl , 1 The following members hart en Berk told is UX if g a long neead rolled aad there are a Bomber fco have not been seen: J. T. Nicolay, H. Jenness, W. H. Broughton, J. A. Tufts, Briney, Pautz ft Danford, E. H. Forney, E. G. Engle, J. S. Engle, E. 8. Engle, J. .. Shearer, A. R. Elwlck, J. K. Forney, B. M. Shockey, J. F. Murphy, Ben Murphy, R. E. Townsend, Garsel Toliver, C. E. Benham, J. N. Dieter, R. B. Olmmell, C. A. Case, C. M. Harger, E. E. Coul son, J. Steelsmlth, Karl Riddle, Ken yon Riddle, Earl Briney, Earl Stlllle. W. Mathews, R. B. Briney, F. S. Sails, A. J. Page, Wilbur Nicolay, C. W. Parker. The meeting adjourned to meet . . B.A on next Monaay evening ai s.ov o'clock, the place ot meeting will be stated later. THELAND DRAWING IS fN PROGRESS Fortunes For Lucky Ones Are Pick ed From the Pile, ing the names In numberical order and posting them outside. After two hours of hard work 500 lames had been drawn fro mthe lot of 105,000. ME FIRST CARGO OF SUGAR Came From Cuba and Amounted 44,397 Bags-i-Largest Crop In Recent Years. to MODERN METHODS ARE BEST THIRTY TO GO FROM HERB. Young People's Alliance and Mis, ston Society to Have Meeting. The eighteenth joint annual con vention ot the Young People s Al liance and Women's Missionary So ciety ot the Kansas Conference of the Evangelical church will convene In Garfield Park, Topeka, August 10th to 16th. The convention Is looked forward to with great expectation by the above named societies. Here they camp out for the week and a large dining tent Is on the ground to ac comodate the large attendance. The program, which is varied, prac tical, educative and Inspirational, alms to touch. In addition to 'the gen eral lines, every phase of the work ot the two organizations. ' Dr. O. Helnmlller of Cleveland, Ohio, General President ot the Young people's Alliance and editor of the Chriatlche Batscbafter, the most widely read religious paper in the United Btatea; Dr. C. Btaebler of Clerelaad, Ohio, who Is closely allied to the Young People's movement and editor ot oar church magastne; Miss Susan Bauerntiend, principal of the Bible Woman's Training School of Tokto, Japan; Rev. W. F. Umbrlgnt treasurer aad financial agent of the Northwestern College and Union Btb- Ical Institute of NapervlUe. III.; J. Werner, conference secretary of P. A. and Sunday school work; Miss Louisa Heyntn, superintendent of out Italian mission of Kansas City, Me.: aad last but aot least our' own fellow townsman ana wiae awake Sunday school worker, J. H. Engle, are the chief speakers. This unusually strong array of special talent secured to enrich the program muat at once attract at tention ot all. The local Young People's Alliance and Woman's Mlasionary Society of the Evangelical church, who are alive to their opportunities will send a delegation of about thirty front Abilene. These delegates left today for the convention: Miss LeU Picking, Mrs. K. 8. Picking, Rev. Mr. Bolt and fam ily. Rer. B.H. Hobos aad .family. Miss Lela Town, Mrs. Hope, Mlas Lor- eaa Bommera. Mr. and airs. 8. Roav bergr. ' ' Three . Thousand Namssr Will Be Selected From the 109,000 Ap- s r plloatlone for Indian Lands' ., - Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Aug. 10. When Little Helen Hamilton, niece of Mayor Boyd ot Coeur d'Alene walked In the middle of a pile of 105.000 yel low enrelopea containing applications tor land In the Coeur d'Alene Indian reservation, the great land drawing on the three tracts of government land the Flathead, the Coeur d'Alene, and the Spokane Indian reservation was on. ' Several hundred people stood around the platform on which Judge James Wttten ot Washington, IX C, formally opened the drawing. . Unlike the rush In 'Squatter" days, the modem method of distributing the land moved along with the precision ot clock work. When Miss Hamilton picked the first lucky envelope from the mass and banded It to Judge Wit ten and the name of Isadora Sellg, of Myrtle Creek, Ore., was read aloud the garnered crowd began to evince Increasing interest Mlas Hamilton, aided by Miss Chris tina Donlaa and 'Mis Harriet Post, plucked the other lucky envelope! front the pile men and- women now aaxtoas to hear th verdicts la the Irst 20 envelopes, crowded up to the platform, where newspaper' men and government elerks grabbed at the bits at paper bearing names and started them through ovtthe. land special wires ran to ue drawing s'and. For. two hours la the heat ot mid day sua the three little girls pranced over the pile of yellow envelopes plucking fortunes for some from the pile of applications. - After string any one preeeat a ehaaee to com, to -the platform and pick his envelope from the man; it be Mold, with a forfeiture te any sue jessful number after. Judge Wltten motioned te Harvey Ham, son of D. r. Ham, and George 8. Canfleld, both if Bpokaae, to start the work of mix ing the 105,000 envelopes with pitch forks provided. From top to bottom aad from side to side, the mass of envelopes were stir red and at the word from Judge Wit tea, Hiae Hamilton walked to the mter of the platform tea picked the Irst winner. leader Sellg of Myrtle Creek, Ore, the winner, waa aot present at the (rawing. The names of John Hedmark and Charles Q. Cromwell, beta of Spokane, then followed in the order named. At this Juncture, A. H. Ratteree of Lit tle -Rock, Ark, a professional "telk r waa called te the platform and itarted the teak ot reading aad crying tlond the Xjm names which wlU be irawn fraa Uo lOi.000 aaelieanta. MMeeagera weee dtaeatched wltfe rateable slips te the land ofS-e up wwu ant (here a eonx ot clarks and tfMrat:cs ben til ot lid- ; New York, Aug. 10. The steamship Mercedes Larringas arriving from -3lenfuegos, . Cuba, brought not only a record cargo of raw sugar but she was ?r 'lie flrat vessel to bring In any of that ;. lommodtty under" (he lower duty pro- , rlded In the Payne bill. She has ht ior hold 44,307 bags ot raw sugar, the nrgest cargo received In New York in nany years. ' " Many other vessels carrying Cuban . ugar are either, on their way here or ire being loaded as fast as possible ud It Is expected that the market will , e flooded with sugar from Cuba with n thenext few weaka, The cane orop n Cuba this year Is the largest la re sent yeara. A Woman Serves aa Coroner. St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 10. Dr. C. F, Byrd, coroner of Buchanan county, de cided a few days ago that as business In his line seemed dull he would take I short vacation and left without ap pointing a substitute, laughingly tell ing his wife to take his place. Mrs. . Byrd evidently took his order serious-' ly and has served as coroner at half I dosea deaths which have occurred bare bbe bat viewed the bodies, at tended to their disposition and held Inquests. Typographical Union at St Joseph- ' BU Joseph, Mo., Aug. 10. Following, the organisation of the flfty-flfth an nual convention of the International. Typographical union, the delegates , and visitors were taken on a special train to Waterworks Hill for aa out-. Ing. Oa aeeount ot the extreme heat1 than ware half a doaen prostrations! among the visitors but none of tho les were serious. Minneapeiut seems, to- be la tea lead at this time over Atlanta and Salt Lake City as the., place ot aext moating. . Kansas Labor Men Meet Leeveaworta, Kaa- Aug. 10. Th ; annual convention ot the Kansas State 4 Federation of Labor opened here There were more thaa 10 delegate present aad about 4 more are expect ed. B. F. Endresa, elty attorney, atade an address of welcome to the visitors.. 8. A. Bremlett, state prealdeat OI me federation, reaponded. Short speeches ere alto made by J. T. Smith, secre tary of the Mlasouri Federation, aad J. C. Cable, the representative of the , American Federation ot Labor. Hyakand and Wife Fight Duel. Chicago, Aag. 10. After tocktna their two ohlldrea la a bedroom aad-. fasteaiag all the doors of their Bat so that the aelgabors could not eater la a hurry, Antooto Splxsirrl aad ale wife, Anna, west Into the darkened, parlor aad tried to kill each other. - 'the woman was shot twice aaa tite- bed twice and died before the polios arrived. The hneband was saot twice also aad probably will die. Tha Greek flag, which was ran ever the fortress aad the Cretan salu tary barracks of Gaaea Jnly II, the day after the evacuation of Ue ln laad by the laUrittioael troops. Was . lowered as a reeult ot the protesta at tee teacKOtectieg jpowers.