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XlfK 1C1U1131UMJ 1-AliL.AlJlLM AM) SU-TLKUltA3l, Tfll'KSDAV, 3IAKCII -5!, 1908. LEAGUE LEADERS LOSE HARD ONE Affairs of the Sporting World Onmiafit 1908 The House of Kuppenheimet Chicago II you want a Spring Suit out of the ordinary In style, material, workmanship and fit, at a common price. We can suit you perfectly. Our clothes are not only rmule to sell, but made to wear. High grade clothing at pop ular Prices $10 to $20 In all the new models and shades. Come in and look; you'll not he disappointed. K - Clothiers & - Hatters K - Furnishers Krone & Kennedy 803 Main St. lHUNTS me leading THE LEAGUE AGAIN Take Tailenci Rictaio.ic's Two Out of Three. CITY BOWLING LEAGUE Won. Lost. Pit. Hunts L'l It .Ml Colonials -i i;; xah; JEntre Nous Ill 17 .4S4 .Richmond '. . . 11 'S .IXC) Games Friday Night. Colonials vs. Entre Nous. The Hunts again took the lead in the City Howling league last night by de feating the tailend Uichmonds two out of three . muck. Both teams played off color. t :.- good score made was by Kit.' i .-:; subbed for Lichtcn 'fel6 in tlu .wcond game. Summary: HUNTS IstG. 2dG. :ir. B. Martin 17ii l!i l r, Hunt lr. m; n l Parry 14."! l.-.s E. White .. . . . . .. 1 47 1::: I7r, 9- Martin KIS nr. 1ST. Votals mi !1 RICHMOXPS IstG. mg. ::dc;. Crump 1S2 1iW 145 tlodge. 17J VSJ: 18' -IJehtenfels 1H ... l."H 'ferlcker . . ., l.Ui V.'m 134 Johnson Vf. ItiO (Kenney , . . . 1M4 ilTotals .'. S24 rsi "'Governor McKiEley was not. a mu sician," said Opha M(xrc, who was a jlnember of his office staff when he was ipovernor of Ohio, "but he had a ,mooth, soft voice of musical quality JfctKl he was fond of the simpler hymns. ften when we were working quietly Sere- In the office a low, sweet hum ling of a familiar tune generally a lethodist hymtt would come floating e"ut from the Governor's private office, And it was good to hear." Columbus HO.) Dispatch. Only One "BROMO QUININE," that is Laxative f)romo Quinine Cures Cold in One Day, Crip in 2 Days A Money Maker for the Corn Grower. 4 00 LBS. BEftRTIUZHl The McConaha Co, 413-415 Main. Tailend Beallview Team Takes The Kibbeys Last Night To the Tune of 5-4. SOUTH ENDERS HAD GINGER IN THE FIRST GAME THE GREEKS DEFEATED THE EMPIRES IN A WARM OVERTIME GAME, ALLI SON BEING THE STAR. STANDING OF CLUBS. Won. Lost. Pet. Kibbeys 7 2 .778 Crescents " " .025 Greeks " 4 .i7 Emipres 5 ."75 Beallviews 3 6 .33:5 Scores Last Night. Greeks .'J, Empires 1'. Beallviews r, Kibbeys 4. To the amazement of a good sized crowd the tailend Beallview team, suf fering with an over dose of ginger, took the league leaders, the Kibbeys last night by the score of r to 4. This was the second spanking administered to the cravat, clerks this season. The Kame was scrappy and well played. Young Sharp stared for the south end ers. In the third period his work was on the sensational order, scoring three goals and cinching the same in rapid fire order. The fir:st. period closed with the score :; to - in favor of the Kib beys. No scoring was done in the sec ond period but in the third the Beall views hit their stride and there was nothing to it. The south end defense was excellent with the exception of Sfol'.e. who cets in the way. For the Kibbojs Henley was the only shining light. Summary: First Period. 1 lenlev. Kibbeys. Beallview Bayer Iltisli Sharp Jienley Rush Harris Fctzcr Center Weist Newman .... Half Back Stolle Snaveley Goal Moore First Period. Henley. 1:41'. Sharp, ::1o. Bayer. 4:27. Sharp, ."i:lo. Henley, !: . Second Period. No scoring. Second Period. Sharp, 0:04. Sharp, 1:00. Sharp, l':3r. Henley, 4:33. Stops Snaveley 1, Moore 21; Rusn es Bayer 7, Sharp f. Greeks Trim Empires. The first game was played by the Greeks and the Empires, the former team winning alter a close and inter esting: fight. At the close of the third period the score stood 2 to 2. After 42 seconds of overtime Bulla slapped in the winning count. The feature of the same were the two scores made from the spot by Allison. Summary: (lucks Empires Allison . ". .. .. Rush Nolan Bulla Rush Clark Haas Center Jones Burke Half Back .... Oesting Steinkamp .... Goal . . . . Lancaster First Period. No scoring. Second Period. Nolan. 7:0.'!. Allison, 0:04. Third Period. T Clark. 3:35. Allison, 0.O5. Overtime. Bulla, 0:42. Stops Steinkamp 22, Lancaster 9 Rushes Allison ", Nolan. 3; Foul- Haas. Many cases of astigmatism arise from the practice of reading in bed, particularly of persons recovering from a severe illness. It strains the muscles of the eye to such an extent that tbey alter the curvature of the cornea the abnormality to which the term astigmatism is applied. on every The Old Reliable Globe Fertilizer We are now taking orders for the above. You will miss it if you fail to fertinlize your corn. Give us your order. We will take care of you. Will take ordors to April 10th. Will order late cars at that time. 11-13 S. 4th It is probable that local fans will get a chance to take a peep at Louie Hunt's fast Van Wert I. O. League team before the opening of the league season. Van Wert wants to play here Sunday April 2'. The locals have a game with the Indianapolis Reserves for that date but if the Reserves can be booked for the following Sunday, Van Wert will be the attraction. Polo managers throughout the mid dle west have their eyes fastened on the players in the Richmond city lea gue, which now is as it always has been, the polo training school of the west. One of the most likely lads in the bunch is George Bayer of the Kib beys. Bayer however, will not play pro fessional polo. Notwithstanding that Sunday fishing is a violation of the state blue laws, it is predicted that if the present weather keeps up the fish in this section of the country' will probably lead the strenu ous life next Sunday. Baseball fans heave a sigh of relief that L. Krt Slack is out of the guber natorial running. While professing to be a friend of Sunday baseball while a KAISER OPENLY SNUBSJ). J. HILL Refuses to Accept Him as Embassador. Washington, D. C, March 21.-Kaiser Wilhelm has officially refused to accept David Jayne Hill as ambassador to Germany. It is stated that Kaiser Wilhelm has thus openly snubbed Mr. Hill because of an incident that happened during the visit of Prince Henry to the United States. Just what the incident consist ed of has not been fully explained. The action of the emperor came as a surprise, as Germany was first sounded and it was declared that Hill would be entirely satisfactory. Mr. Hill did not vant to take the place, but was pre vailed upon by the President to accept. Mr. Hill served as assistant secretary of State and is now engaged in writing a complete work on diplomacy. He is prominent in many ways. The action of the Kaiser ends the matter, as the United States could not send a man to Berlin who would be persona non grata. Best Healer In the World. Rev. F. Starbird, of East Raymond, Maine, says: "I have used Bucklen's Arnica Salve for several years, on my old army wound, and other obstinate sores, and find it the best healer in the world. I use it too with great success in my veterinary business." Price 25c. at A. G. Luken & Co. drug store. POLICE FORMED LADDER TO SAVE Officers Proved Heroes in a Tenement Fire. New Y'ork, March 20. At the risk of their lives, two police heroes saved four persons from death in the flames after they had been given up for lost when fire gutted two tenements on the Bowery. A family of seven was caught on the third floor of one of the houses. The policemen, climbing up through the debris of the adjoining building, were able to reach a third-story win dow. They broke in and gained a fire escape leading toward the roof. Form ing a ladder of their bodies, they brought down those whose lives had boon despaired of. LOOMIS MAY GO TO JAPANEXP0S1TI0N Also Gets Snug Little Salary Of $6,000. Washington, March 26. Francis B. Loomis of Ohio, formerly minister to Venezuela and Assistant Secretary of State, may be appointed commission er general of the United States at the International exposition to be held at Tokio, Japan, in 1912. It is under stood that the President will send Mr. Loomis's name to the Senate as soon as the bill appropriating $500,000 for the American exhibit at the fair is passed. Mr. Loomis's salary will be $t,000 a year and he will begin his work as soon as his appointment is confirmed. A CARD This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if; Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold. It stops the cough, heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold. Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneu monia and consumption. Contains no opiates. The genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. A. G. Luken & Co. Representative Burleigh of Main, is one of the few members of the house whose biography omits the usual sen tence: "Studied law at Univer sity." He is a real newspaper man, the publisher of the Kennebec Journal and has been governor and state treasurer of his state. member of the state senate he never theless stuck, a knife in the Sunday baseball bill. There is a chance of Sunday baseball being permitted this year at Piqua and Van Wert. It is predicted that a bill permitting Sumiay ball- with the con sent of twenty-five per cent of the vot ers in each community will be passed by the Ohio legislature. It would be easy to obtain fifty per cent of the voters both in Piqua and Van Wert. The athletic field and tennis courts at the public school play grounds are now being placed in condition for the season. President Gamble has selected his corps of .umpires for the coming season but he has not yet announced their names. He received a large number of applications. "If the umps I have se lected are not satisfactory. I will have plenty of reserves to fall back on." he states. Authorities of the University of Chi cago emphatically deny the report that Alonzo Stagg, director of athletics at Hie university, contemplates tendering his resignation. WATTS 0 MUNC1E Will Organize Baseball Stock Company in That City This Season. ANDERSON IS LISTLESS. (By Tort.) Manager Jessup and A. J. Watts, the Toledo baseball promoter, journeyed to Anderson yesterday afternoon to con sult with T. D. Norricl of the Union Traction company in regard to secur ing the West Side park at Muncie for the Muncie I. O. league team. Mr. Nor riel was out of town so Watts went to Muncie. He will remain there several days looking the field over and trying to interest Muncie business men im taking stock in a base ball company which Watts will organize. As soon as possible he will meet with Mr. Norriel. Managers of the various teams in the I. O. league are somewhat put out over the actions of the promoters of the Anderson team. They still insist that Anderson will be in the league but as yet no effort has been made to organ ize a stock company. When Manager Jeseup was in Anderson yesterday a number of fans asked him to do some thing to stir the Anderson promoters y ip must be sicn-L Mame Address Town Kl Five of the above coupons (each with a different letter) entitles you to a full size cake of Sweetheart Tof! Soap, absolutely free at your grocer's. Sweetheart Toilet Soap is exquisitely perfumed, contains benzoin and cold cream, and lathers freely in any kind of water. 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