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THE RICHMOND PALI.ADIU3I AM) SU.VTELK ti HA 31, SUNDAY, MARCH 1, HM)S. M'GRAW HOPES TO WIN THE PENNANT ANDERSON SHOUTS ROSENBLOOM-BUNTINS OVER PROSPECTS 0 Says Other Teams Must Hus tle If They Keep in the Wake of the Giants. The first signs of Spring in the Hat Depart mentmerely to announce their arrival and invite you to see them or pick one from the many new and interesting styles. We picture two: The Mallory Cravenette Derby which comes in cedar with brown trimmings and in black. Also Mallory Cravenette Soft felt in tan trimmed with brown to match and in black, both at $2.50 to $3.50. 824 MAIM STREET That Noise-That Smell News ol Interest Concerning the Whirling, Buzzing Automobiles. Harris county has 200 automobiles, the largest number of any county in Texas. Tlio Houston (Tex.,) Auto club now lias a membership of "0 and is rapidly Crowing. Js'ew Castle county, Delaware, re etyUly sold a $10O.om issue of bonds tor good road purposes. "Chassis" Is both singular and plu TtJ. according to a French authority, nd "Chassfta" nver is correct. Ball bearings used in live aile con Ktructlon should ba examined regular ly and any degree of lost motion ta ken up. Four Flench and four Italian cara will be among the 24 orm testa nta for ,he BriarcHff trophy, near New York, April 24. A bill to appropriate $60,000 for a pew state road from Baltimore to An- speud on road repairs this year. luriiiK li7 the automobile industry in the United States gave employment to 3,000,000 persons, factory hands alone receiving $ti,loO.00o in wages. The New York State Engineer in a single recent week received bids for the improvement of 41 stretches of road in i'.'J counties, totaling 301 miles. Provided tho public, shows proper appreciation, several hundred taxicabs w ill be installed in Boston by the com pany which has inaugurated a ser vice there. A steamship lino that runs to the West Indies has arranged for tourists, when purchasing tickets, to engage an tomobile tours of the various island winter resorts. Automobiles are selling at the rate of four a day in Indiana, according to the Secretary of State, who has regis- PrSimttfieg is an art into effect. The West Side Y. M. C. A.. New York, claims to teach a man how to run a car in four weeks. Formerly the course In its motoring school was twice that length. Hapolls, Is before the Maryland legis- j tered over 5.000 since th new law went lature. Even Manitoba has caught the speed ing fever, for a bill to regulate the speed of automobiles is now before the provincial legislature. The Government of the Congo Free State is building an automobile road from the head of navigation on the Congo river to the Nile. The Milwaukee Automobile Trade association is arranging for a three days' reliability contest, to be run as poon as the roads get settled. Under the provisions of the automo bile law passed two years ago. New Jersey has collected about !?S2,00o to GREENFIELD MAY BE Ofi! AS A E printing thai is, the kind cf which embodies the. stylo and execution. The Qnaker Cftv Kind Our methods are sure to merit your complete approval ami coTiticuci! patronage. Quaker City Printing Co. Over 1719 ft. 8th St. Phone 21. Greenfield. Ind.. Feb. The Anti saloon League iu this sity has closed a remarkable campaign and has filed with the county auditor enough cards to insure it being a dry town unless the saloon men succeed in contesting uae signatures. The ma rein is and it appears that the necessary ma jority will not be obtained. Committee called time aut. acrain on every voter in -.aj ana last nicm women ton', i part in tho work. Mrs. Anna New par ticularly doitis effective work. Corn mil tees i;f lariai o;m.c in. ar.d ex. erti'd I heir influence. HE COMPLIMENTS CHICAGO. STATES THAT IT IS NOT LUCK WHEN A TEAM CAN WIN SO CONSISTENTLY, AND GIVES IT CREDIT FOR WORK. New York, Feb. 26 Who will win the pennant next season? was the question hurled at Johnny McGraw last night while the Giants' manager was entertaining a crowd of baseball fans. "I hope we do," was McGraw's mod est reply. ' Who will if the Giants don't?" was the second question hurled at the little manager, now that the conver sation had been started. "Now you fellows want me to com mit myself on something I have never done since I became the leader of the New Yorks," was McGraw's answer after a bit of a pause. "You know we can't play baseball and win pennants until the season is on. The Giants for next season will play good baseball or I am not a judge, and if they do this, why the other fellows have got to beat us. "It would be arrogance on my part to come out right here and say that the Giants will win the title in 1908. I don't know what is going to happen between now and next October. All I will say now is that the team is bet ter than last year and will be strong er still before the season opens. Now you can draw your own conclusions. If you want to have it that the Giants will land the rag, why have it that way. Then the conversation drifted to the Chicago Cubs, and there was a lot of argument pro and con. Mc Graw was a good listener until one of the fans who can see nothing but the Polo grounds team, no matter how good tho other fellow may be, re marked that the Cubs were mighty lucky to win the pennant last year. "I am going to butt iu on that line of talk," snapped the Giants' manag er. "They have been a little lucky, or, rather, the Cubs may have been more fortunate than some of the others of us in having fewer players injured, but let me tell you that the Cubs last year were abont as fine a piece of baseball machinery as ever represent ed a city in the National or any oth er league. "It isn't luck when a team can go ahead and win as consistently as did Chicago. That is good ball playing. So give the credit to those ienows out West because it is coming to them. "I am going to keep pretty close to that Chicago bunch next season. They are the ones that, must bo held down. But, then, I am saying just what I didn't want to. But let's wait and fight for the pennant when the season opens." Fans Enthusiastic Over the! Idea of League Baseball For the Summer. TAKE A SLAP AT MUNCIE. ASSERTED THE MUNCIE SHAM ROCKS WANT "PENNY LEAGUE" THE SITUATION AT ANDER SON AT PRESENT TIME. Stop Indigestion It is unnecessary. All the food that you eat can be digested, and should be. Kodol will always do it. No need of the pain the as and the poison that come from undigested food. Note our guarantee There has been a great c hange in the basball situation at Anderson since the league meeting held there Thurs day last. The Anderson papers are now shouting "We are going to have league basebail'" Listen to the Bul letin: Howard Witt is also spoken of as sure backer of the local franchise. That this city wants baseball there is no doubt, and Mr. Williams thinks that a company can easily be formed to support the favorite American sport here. The I.-O. league looks a sure go here now that two good busiue.-s men have been found who will back it. No better advertisement for the boom ing of Anderson could be designed than a baseball club in the J.o. league. Dal Williams will in all probability be the local field manager and already has his eye on a bunch of good players. Williams is one of the best known base ball men in the state and his ability to control men is not surpassed by any manager in the state. No better man could be found to start and manage a new team than Dal Williams. That Anderson is going to have ball : this summer In one of the best minor leagues in the central west and it will j receive the warm support of everyone. ! The base ball fans are highly elarw.l at the outcome of yesterday's meeting. Team for Muncie. After the adjournment of the meet ing here yesterday the managers went to Muncie. They first visited the ahamrock Athletic club there, a small organization which seems to have, a grip of peculiar sort on the Muncie press, and were tt.rned down. The Shamrocks stated that they thought to long as you suffer the pains f indigestion you are making a cure of the stomach impossible Lndigested food forms hard lumps in the stora- ii u nuiiitrs me stomacn lining. And dLure nor drugs can remedv the that irritation exists. When the stomach fails to digest all of the food ... i-c iivi.-u um. icai is essential anil -... . M . V. - . itroi. iL, wr mere is no ouier way t ion. neither trouble while to Aid it reeupera- V r,rtH,'u-t wntams a;i lb f!mra neeaed for refect d1Kestion. We have proved this in counties laboratory tests. There is no other aid r'ri 1U4Jf lt,r m stomach which will aipe-i any combination of food 4 l; . I - 1. -..-. .v law iouoi taken after a meal no matter wtat the meal consists of completely will digest it. fact is that the action of Kodol is Don't do this by dieting not by starvation For .strength comes only through nourishment, and vou need all you can get. uo it by digesting the food, for with Kodol. cannot b a little time, There is no cure for Dyspepsia, and you don't need one. The stomach must cure itself. Tonics and stimulants may spur the stomach to action. Hut any weak organ is only injured bv forcing. The right way is to help out the stomach, as you would help out a lame foot. Stop the irritation Ftop the formation of gas. Stop the pain. You will be astonished, we think, to see how quieklv the stomach recovers. There are, in these days, many aids to digestion. But they are only aids. Pepsin, for instance, digests only albumen. It aids only to this extent. Hut a very large part of your food is starch, and another large part is fat.' They must be digested too. Complete relief requires a product that digests all sorts of food, and. Kodol alone can do that. Another stant. It is put up in liquid form, as it must be AM i-i uie piemen's needed for digestion put up otherwise lU-ing liquid, like the digestive juice, the arf!r- vi iwum of:ins as soon as tt reaches the acn. mere is no delay, as there always a remedv needs to (ii..nii And Kodol does all that is necessary, while vwr oi.sesters do scarcely half. It piete digestion, and that means there is no other way to attain it. IF stom- hei e causea com- complete relief. Our Guarantee We ask you to prove, at our risk, that the facts are as we state them, liny a large bottle of Kodol, and ask your -druegist for the s-.ened guar antee. If you are not satisfied, take the emntv bottle back with the warrant, and vour driuicin wiil return your money. There will t)e no quibble or question. This offer applies to tho large bottles onlv and to but one In a family. That is sufficient to prove. Then please tell ethers how much Kodol does. Kodol is prepared at the laboratories of V C. DeWitt & Co, Chicago. The $1 00 bottle ooauiiii 2'. times as much as the GOc Lottie. ican association. As tho new farming law has gone into effect he wishes to hold them together by placing them on the Muncie line-up. Thiu would as sure the local fans one, of the fastest articles of baseball they have seen in many years and as the Shamrocks are willing to have another promoter stop in and take the local berth it is likely that Muncie may after all sew league baseball. Tho Newark, O., Advocate is happy j over tho troubles of the I. O. League. It says: j The Indiana-Ohio league is another : organization that is having more trou ble than it can well tako care of. 1 Hamilton has dropped out. because Affairs of the Sporting World While the Senators tht-y will cross bats Mike's Millers, who are Ijone Star state. The are in Texas, with Brother tot rain in the conte.sts be- MURRAY W GEI RIDGELY'S PLACE Is Now Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Labor. Washington, D. C, Feb. 29 It may now be stated upon excellent authority that Lawrence O. Murray of New York, assistant secretary of commerce and labor, will succeed William B. Ridgely a controller of the currency, who will soon retire to accept a posi tion in a large business Institution. Mr. Murray is a native of Steuben county, N. Y. He served as deputy controller of currency during the sec ond administration of President Cleve land. He is a close personal friend of Secretary Cortelyou of the treasury department, who selected Mr. Murray for the office of assistant secretary of commerce and labor. Mr. Murray is on terms of intimacy with President Roosevelt, and is a member of the so-called "tennis cabi net," which is made up of the young er set of the administration. they couldn't get a park, Muncie. who it would be risking too much money to i had been counted on by the magnates go into the organization. They want ' as a certainty in the league, has been some kind of a penny league and are thinking seriously of investing their cold 'cash" In a city fund. We advise ! present time there has been nothing them not to do it as they might lose a little. But the Shamrock's refusal will not effect the I.-O. league. "Jack" Grim of Indianapolis, representing President Watkins, of the Indianap olis Browns, will in all probability han dle the Muncie I.-O. league franchise. Grim was formerly a catcher for the Brooklyn Nationals and being well up on baseball, is not afraid of the Sham rocks. Most of the sporting public of Muncie favor the I.-O. league and will support the game. j flirting and prancing around in the Ty I Cobb class of towns, and so up to the doing. Jessup of Richmond, the town that was first considered for the Ohio State ; before it was decided to make an all Ohio league out of it, is the king pin of the Hoosler-Buckeye aggregation. Maybe Marlon, Ind., or Delphoa may bo induced to take the Hamilton fran chise and land with tho Van Wert, Piqua, Richmond crowd. If they so decide, a league of the smaller towns may yet be patched up. BASEBALL GOSSIP. PROOF OF THE PLOT The Muncie Press sizing up the I. O. league situation in that city has the following to say: The local magnates do not. look with much favor upon the proposed trolley league or the Northern Indiana Base ball association, which is being push ed by Frank Banyon, of Bluffton. The local promoters do not feel like expending $1,500 which would be it- quired to place a team here, and tho j probabilities are that Muncie will not be blessed with league ball during the coming year unless foreign promoters take the matter in hand and put the team in place. With the latter possi bility the Shamrocks say they are in hearty accord and will not stand in the way of outside interests that may desire to place the team in Muncie, and further, they say that the local Six Men in Different Cities Connected With Killing Of Father Heinrich. INSANITY TO BE THE PLEA. Denver, Colo., Feb. 29. Proof that men in six cities of the I'nited States were connected with the killing of Father Leo Heinrich is alleged by Chief of Police Michael Delaney to have been found in a letter written by Giuseppe Alio to his son. This missive was discovered in the cell occupied Nearly twenty thousand women are emnloved in Prussia as brick makers close j eleven hour day is the rule. base ball property would be disposed 1 by the of to the foreign capitalists at a much ' Springs. lower consideration than it could be newly placed. It was said this morning that should the Shamrocks not tako the Muncie franchise, W. H. Watkins, of the In dianapolis American r.csociation team, would take over the Muncie franchise tnis afternoon at the meeting of the magnates. Although no official con firmation of tho statement could be secured, it is likely that Watkins will have a representative at the meeting and assume full control of the Muncie end of the new I.-O. organization. The reason that Watkins wishes to acquire the local option is that he will have many members of the Indianapolis team who will need a little seasoning before entering the ranks of the Amer- accused man in Colorado tween the two Cantillon outfits should be interesting. Washington fans think Michael's Minneapolis Mihts will put. it all over ,loe't Senatorial Incompetent.-. "Wee Willie" Keeler does not rel ish the imputation that he is now a member of the "Has-Hceii Brigade," and says that he intends to cut out smoking the coming season to see If the absence of tobacco will not improve his batting optics. "I won't smoke again until after I have a bat ting average of .nOO," said he, "and I don't think I'll have to ro smokless all my life." St. Louis fans are hoping if Pitts burg decides to lose Harry Smith, the Cardinals will grab him. "Doc" Mar thai! is not liked by Mound City en thusiasts, w ho say he has a bad habit of roasting the young hinders and be longs to a class B league, ivte Noo nan is the favorite receiver out in Roblnsville, and the Holy Cross boy is accounted a far better backstop than the man of medicine everywhere else on the Pulliam circuit. There will bp a preliminary spring training trip for the St. Louis Cardi nals, as well as th Browns. At least four of ihe National leaguers will re port at Houston a week ln-foro the regular squad and do some prelimi nary work. Hostetter, Byrne ;md Beebe have asked President Robinson to send them south the week of Fi b. 2". Karger, whose home is in Texas, will also report at. Houston and the four will get a full week of work be fore McCloskey arrives with his squad. That means that they will be going in pretty fair form by that time and wi'l be in hhnpe to make the other pk TH hu.Mle. The TrillCht yr Ufe. The musclet o( the ktotnach in old tf e ar net as ktroDgr or active as In youth and in cor...--quente old people are very mbject to contipa. tion and tediseiition. Many rllom bave u bowel movement without artificial aid. Many also, have unpleasant eructations of from the stomach alter eating. All this can be avoM ed lb, -the use ot Dr. Caldwell's Syrup hptii, which permanently reflates the bowels so tht passaees come naturally, and so strencthenn Ihe stomach that food is digested without dts- e bomeV "U U ,5 CeBU cr 11 u The C Chief Delaney later declares that half a dozen men connected with the supposed society had been arrested one in New York and five in Pittsburg. Dispatches from the Pittsburg police, however, state that t.he men were ta-i ken at various times in the past, three i months on other charges and have not. j been connected by any evidence with j the Denver assassination. j Whether Alio was a tool or a ring- j leader in the Anti-Clerical Society, to I which, it i.i said, he belonged. Chief Delaney says he has not determined. Insanity will be the plea in defense of Alio, according to Baron G. Tosti, Italian Consul, who visited the pris oner in jail. ourts uniformly recommend relia .bl; Trust Companies as ex ecutors and administrators. This institution is more re liable, more prompt, more accurate and more business like than individuals in the performance of Mich duties. The making eT your will is one of the most important things in life. Don't delay; consult u.i at ouee. Richmond Trust Company. OUR GUIDE in choosing th coal we sell you, is just "good judgment." know the needs of our customers and buy accordingly. When you order your coal supplies from us, you are sure of getting exactly what is right for your purpose clean, clear-burning and locg-last-Ing coal. H. C. BULLERDICK a SON, 529 S. 5th SI Phone 123S. The Incubator Season is now on fall blast and we want everyone who is think ing o! an incubator to come in and let us show yon why the PETALUMA is the best. Pilgrim Bros. Cor. 51b and Main. S125.000.000 ELEVATED COMBINE Chicago, IV.). :::' Consolidation ui an the elevated railroad companies in Chicago and the formation of a $1" -O'0,0"0 con-Line t-. opcr.uo the roads as one continuous s'e:n a bein planned. K ports in linm u,'. and traction circles, are that steps toward :ne consolidation are being taken, and that the plan broached is acceptable to the roads. FurQier it is declared that while the time 13 not yet thought ripe for announcing the act ual combination of the roads, the de tails of the combine were aareed up on at a meeting held in New' York ev er to months ago. L0 WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 4th UhrichsviSSe, Ohio League, vs. Richmond. The Real Article That Everybody Wants. How is This? Pap Roberts and Sox Quigley, Rushes ; Spot Hadley, Center; Ball, Half Back ; May, Goal. Plat opens at Westcott Pharmacy Monday noon, March 2d. General admission 2Sc. Reserved seats 15c extra. Skating on usual nights.